The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 28, 1918
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PAGE srx. COURIER, CONNELJ-SVILI-E, PA. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 191*. NVT10-AI, Testcrday's KesulK Boston 2, IVtsburs 1 Philadelphia. 2, Cmcinoat i Chicago 7 Ntw York : brooklyn 1 , St Lou s j Standing of the ( lulx. ot Mr a id Mrs, RubsUl SiliK-ugh. of Joh-ibtm Chapel Pa lii-mart. Miller of Pittbburg, Pa is spending a leu clavs btre vnth his p-ueuts, Mr and Mrs D ._· Miller Ohiopyl«. New York Chicago Cincinnati Plttsburg -Philadelphia Boston St Louis _ Brooklyn _ 20 -J5 14 Pet. 6»7 ' Today's Schedule Toston at Piusburg, Cincinnati at Chicago OILtOPLl- Mas 2S -- Among those from Ohiopyle that attc ided the funeral of Llishj. b juei «'io \vas bur- lul t \Ieadov. Hun Mom · were Mr and M i b Ir\un bhiple\ Vlr and Mrs 'ft 11 It" 'em Gladjs Dean and A J Jeffries 667 ' Mr Mich itl Kafte- hab gone to 541jporoersc to ^puid the \vrek Vrith her 500 |dju 0 h'u M i a Ma-shall 43" I Mibs Hdtn loneb loft last e^enms 4M 'for ConnpllsuJle to spend a short isit 36 1 |\H h friends 3G4 ] Mi^s Ophelia Cinnvpghan retnnicd 'to Conncllsnllc .esicrdai afttl a short visit bTcnt here AJEblUCVN Lt\GLE. DAYLIGHT SAVED; A GARDEN MADE IcstcrdaVs Bt'nlts. Chicago 6, Boston 4 New York 7 Cle^elatd 1 Philadelphia S St Louis t "U ashington 7 DetroiT 1 Standing 01 the Clubs. "Boston -- Ne-sv York St Louis Today's Seheflnle. Chicago at Boston Cle-riand -at New 'S ork Detroit at "Washington St Louis a Philadelphia And -bey mode it correctly, «» you ean ee, by getting- · free War Gurdca Book from the National War Gttden Conrant-ion of Wa-lj-agton. Do like WXSA and get -fcws ssrdoa ftnule. SUFFERED 20 YEARS NOW INDS RELIEF Tried Remedy After ttimt^ly Without ATIU! Until ^lasUr Medicine Bronicht Uk-Jitf. "Tanlac has done more for me than anything I e/ver u'sed aid I have -ned everything during the %veatr joart I suffered, says Emaniu I G R-Cherick foreman at Smalls ^iour feed "SVarefaotise, York Fa "I had stomach, bow-l and nervous trouble, he continued, 1 had no ap- ( peute and got no good out of my rood, j This wore me down uQtil my health,! was so weakened that I was attacked oy neuralgia and oh' the. agonj I suC- ' ered from those da-ting, burning! pains that would ehoo-i through ever} aerve in my body Somet mes it got through the da "I tried, remed-v af^er re*nedy I guess I tried about o cry-thing that .held out the slightest hope of relief, "but none of them did me a particle o[ good. I was desperate --1 Celt th*U I could not stand L mu h longtr One da I icad about Tar lac I said to myself--1 ve tried all the others so 11 i see if this w i l l fcelj' me "\nd H dad 1 It helped me from, tire ver first I iclt be ier and better ·fltith each dose until today I hardlj kzxou myself 'I am going to stick to Tan-lac for already those neuralgic pains a^e left me Mj stomach i 0 in such fine condition that I can eat anything and I feel well ami -vigorous all o\er Tanlac the Master Medicine, is now sold acre by the Cocnellbville Drug Co Tanlac can also be ecured in Dunbar at D C Easons D m, Store--Ad\ Confluence. and wbtkert for every kind of ·and Bucikrkin Shoe ,a_ » iftii m never chanqe^ l§^ color l * BMa JTTSJ. - CQNFUL.ENCE. Ma-\ 2S --Word re-- ceive^l by'Mrs "W. S I-ewers from her t_ husband ^ ho is in the hospital at Wilkinsburg undergcing treatment, ~ slates he ib sligntly improved Tlie various Sundae schools are all ~ asked to join, the par ide here on Me- ~nHnsl daj Tht,v vill meet at the ~ Christian church at 0 A. M . thenco to ^---£ the Lutheran church to foe M E ,* courch, to the BapE^t church Vest _^tt" Side "where tne vdl a.11 join and rtt- ~Z ~~~ turn to the Casselman bridge where -dlTZJld'tfexs ^ U I bo strewa oa the waters *^"in honor ot those who ga\ e up their - lives for tbeii country ^* ~" Miss-Edna Shank ( f Oakland Md , ~* who 13 ill at the hone of hei sister -^ Mrs FranK Clouse is slightly improved at this ·writing r Leo Croc, n an employe of the Balf iirnore . Ohio Itailroad company ai Z ConnelHv.l.e, -visited a_s parents he c ~ o\er Sunday ~ Mrs J Cover of Friendsv-ille, IMd, - has returned home after a visit of j J beireral dajs iJti he daughter, Mrs ~ \rnoa Provero and -r* C B Picht" ner - Rev W Af Bracken pastor oE the _T First If E church -reachcd a ven TM eloquent and apprornate mcmonal -- aermon t o the old soldiers Sundaj -- i-iorning ^ "Miss Mona Brown of Connellsville ^ \^srted her* parents, Mr and Mrs D ~ if Brown here over Sunda j^ Mr an-d Mrj. J L Bumworth and ^. two sons spent Sunday at tho home B il il §1 « m m R T. EVANS EST1TE BOTH PHONES Our Store Close on Monday Evenings at 6 CFdoci Until September 9th 145 W. Crawford Ave. Otir Sade was off with a Hum--Saturday was a Record Day and we wish to thank our many valuable customers for the hearty support to our first call of this 8 Day Bargain Event. We have added new lines, quoting many special extraordinary prices not previously mentioned. Take special note of the econoomies presented below for the week. Every man and woman who need footwear should think twice before passirj-j the advantage this sale offers in quality, style and price. We want you to compare these bat gains. Comparison is the only test to use. Compare quality, compare prices and compare the rea' savings to be had, and be convinced that now is the time to buy your Summer footwear. See them in our windows. Come in and let us show you. $6.85 $4.85 Colo na! Women's all Brown Kid Lace toot-» leather heel $_, 00 \ a l u e s -- Wotpen h ail B l o w n Ivid Lace Oxfords, leather Louis liccl, $6 00 \ d l u e b \ V o m e n b \Mute Canvas Pumps I'eggj and stilus h i g h and low heels, $ 1 0 0 \alues - . - _ _ _ Women s all Patent Leather Lac/ Ovfoidt, Icathei Louis heel, f u 00 \alues _ _ _ Women's all Bro%\n Kid Lace CKfoids, military heel - Go \ a l u o b _ W o m e n = Giev Kid Cloth tops \\.uh leather Louis heel 01 M i h t a r j heel S b u O v a l u e s Women s Black Kid Pumps w i t h leather Louis or m i h t a i j ' h e e l , 1") 00 \alues _ _ _ _ Women s Bro\\ n Lace 0 \ f o ds leather Cuban heel, $ 5 0 0 \alues _ _ sMASON'S WHITE CANVAS POLISHs $4.85 $4.85 Misses 1 and Children's Shoes Children's Patent Colt and Gun iletal 1 Strap Babj Doll Pumpt M/es S J ,A to 11 if2 75 grades now . . Mistes' Patent Colt and G u n Metal 1 Strap Bab) Doll Pumps, swes ll'/j to _, Qf) ,| f $3 00 values now _ _ ._ __ . ^^l.'ieJ Misses' Daik Brov»n Lace Oxfords, sues l l ' _ to 2, $3 50 values __ ,,. . " Misses and Children s ' W h i t e Canvas Purips and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices Bo\,b Dark Bro\u Lace Slioeb Lnghsh stj le= $4 00 values _ Little Cents DirK Brown Lace Shoes ]- iglibii stjle "3 30 \alues _ _ _ . Bo\s G n u MU_1 Lace and BuUotn Shoes higli toe suleb, Si 00 values _ _ Bovb (."hem Red Lace Shoes English sUleb *p~iO \alues _ _ _ _ _ Lnglish or $2.50 $4.65 lien s Koko Calf Lace Shoes, English sU les, ^9 1)0 "values _ _ _ . Men s Koko Calf Lace CKfoidb enghsh bt} ic $7 00 values _ ,, _ Men s Gun Metal Calt Shoes, English and high LOG tlcb, ^S 50 values _ ,, _ Men s White Canvas Lace OxLoids, leather soles, $2 50 values ,, _ ,, Men s Palm Beach CaD\as Oxtorcls leatliez soles, $2 50 -values _ ,, - ,, ,, _ _ _ Men s Bro\\n Kangai oo Calf Bluches Work Shoes Goodyear -welt, ^ t 00 -values _ Men's Heavy Brown o^ Black Kangai oo Calt Bluclier Work Shoes 5*4 00 values B Meyersdale. MTYEESDALE Ala^ 26-- The [procession held in SS Philip and Catho'ic church last Sunday evening "was the prettae£t and one of the largest e\er held Th-e church uis irtisticallj decorated with Gow- i -s tfrns and American flags A lost excellent sermon was delnered Rev Father \\ard o[ Johnstown John Di\on cf Loi nellbvillo rendered, ·'crmc.n prr-achcd to thp gridudLcs bv IKHHH j- a very picas ag solo Besides r a t l u r j t h e pastor R(.\ 3 D Bin im or h ijj^i M ugjrct r t L \ j i TVard Hev Pathei Brady the pastor' I h t chon o[ the chinch cndercd c\ incids in \S i ling o i i) t. of SS Pluhp and James ^a assibtcc 1 1 ceilent n tibic oa this ou i*ion Tho Goort,L Gi f^i h s I o n i c fi HI Rev Fathtr Biennen of Western-i senior cl-iss nla^ and conimoncpmeiu at a college iii ntinzdu 1 n a at ihc (anobc recior\ u ivcv J. tlLHtr Jji eu mn. 01 v ubHTLi-1 suiiiui ciaob Jlil^ ft mi t-iijji uit.*ut:t'iijciM poit Rev Father Nolan of Lonacon- exercises \ \ i l l be held m Reich s au mg RQ\ Fathu Quinri ot Midland diicnum ou 1 iula e enuig "Ua^ u3 Md and Kf\ Tathei McCarrln oft at S o clock "V\ ost Sihsburj Di anr Mrs loll i D \on of Con ntl b\!lle L uiie up Suida-\ to \ i ^ i The autlitoiiura of the Main S rent Brethien church Sunda\ evomng c owt ed on of by Rev Father \\ard o[ Johnstown Sunda\ evomng \ \ i t h thp graduaios of MI«SS Tlckn The music, hoth by the children and the Mevarsda'e hi^h schooJ and heir lege Pa 35 spt^diM; senior chorr ^as excellent Mrs r nends who absen?bled to hxai the "\\ith her parents, Mi 11 Mr and 1 Di\on Tlckn BoiUiei of feiitt. col- the ueflc heie and Mrs M J pamiib Mi md ^j Mi ( x t h t n m J hnji i i^ spend 115 \i \ t.i J ili li n lid-, Mi-- N e i l I rad% tnd I s i p h i m G r anc\ o '-j cm bu di\ and ^lond Lhc fo me" s brother Kc\ J. J iuin P u \ G r ' f f n i 1 ti f* I « if c \" d i « i ii ion The Penn « ! nie t a t- f \ T'ni mu csic ' c^s art n i id hand i sulh H il ( nc-s. ·v [1( Rul ' rrss lu-i ih= lion f ( Mrs ·uu at i All the work nri \Mll lied to a t« d Pe*. uut ire a 1 p(1 to fi i i 1^ 1 'mrsda^ d.*"Kn \\ ho e Up nns ·-^ ,t oon. MTio . Merchants who advLrojo tlielr jro ii-a Daily

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