The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 10, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, June 10, 1918
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f AGE SET. I'HE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSTTLLE. PA. , JUNE 10, 191S. fife© f Ba©aCip©s I and Tom Moore ivill b» seen in "The I , Floor Below," a unusual interest. THE AliCAUE. r''··'HENPECKED HENRY" -- . The -.: week's irttislcal comedy attraction ai */the-Arcade, the fast, suappy ~_ musical coniedy- farce, ""Henpecked Goldwyn picture of j Indian Creek. TRKATRE. INDIAN CIIKBK, June 10.--Edward Fullem was transacting business iu Connel !s villa and Mount Braddock "A.MAKIL.LY OF CLOTJLES LL\E | Sa ^ urda "; AL.LEY."--Today and tomorrow Mary j . W 1 , , her latest ill get comfort and style i£ I 'ATI- ! cxaaitnc y° lu ' °y cs antl ft" J ' our S'ass.- ! es. Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, « i f ' e !'10S South Pittsburs street, Connells- Pjckfora,. of. r i l ] e _ A ( l v superintendent for J. H. Kaston, the OneUUt Coal co-.npany at Indian j Fickford appears craft picture, "Am.u Lino Alley." Mary presented by the Charming' course, is AioariUy, daughter o£ a Witiow company. Henpecked Henry.; tcritwr-hoartod 'Irish washerwoman, | Blayed by Eastwood Ilajrisoii, character full of continually his wife, Mrs. Bouser, through his af- i a scrub K irl iu a theatre, while her , %n we] . c ^ m c , mllellsvillu lection tor the fair sex. Miss Mary i flaBcc, Terry McGowan, the pride ot| Jrlcl)ds aml sbopplng Saturday. Bushman, in the pars of Mrs. 'Bo-user, the allsy. is a bartender m tue Mid- Migs Sai | ic Kooscr (-,.,,.,, connolls- cleverly carries her part of the suspi- · way saloon. Aside from the fact tUat I v[1 ' lo "spent over Sunday with her par- cious and jealous wife. .Miss MeAHis- ; he holds- the heart of Amarilly, Jie is ; cnts M r an( , M , s _ Fra . nk Kooser, at .wood Harrison, is a ' and raoi-nur of a ;argc faniiiy, the boys .j , t g u n ^ ;; kh; Lis f a m i , , n f natural humor ap.a: of ·.v.-.ich njc ini-iswigisrs !ini nows- ! connelisyilh' itittg- in wrong w i t h . b o j s . A-narilly makes her living as; _ M ,. '.^ ^ L QUo £ , on , Joncs -- Mill Run. Don't m'Slect your eyes. Sec Dr. A. L. Tucker. · Optpmpimt, 30u South I Pittsburg street, Coimellsville.--Adv. Patronise those who advertise. ter, as Fay''Daver.port, who occuiiies celebrated as the inventor of tie fa- an apartment under the same roof j ruous Hickoy-Boola cocktail, though witt the Bousers, by her attractive j he himself never indulges in liquor. appearance..and-vivacious personality I The happiness of the inhabitants of caosee-HeRTj-much-trouble in getting j clothes Line alley- is well portrayed, onfofpredicaments-whei; caught by ! a. n i fr c moral attitude is compared to JUs';»*fe.'spooning ivitti the.cate little j the bored and restless life of the up- -rifcl'ghborJ. Richard Llo?d, Phil Mason j pC r crust, including one of its lead- Cand Jack Grey in' "Smok.',""ke«p the . .; n g members. Gordon Phillips, whose ^audiences'in laughter, anil"the pretty i IW ,th£-r is anxious he shall marry a -_ch6fus in titelr song and dance num- | g i r [ o ; so cial prominence. Mother re- and will upend a few hours f u r l o u g h -bers are a pleasing attntction. The ceires-a severe shoclt when she Sis- j with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. DtiXBAR, Jutu' 10.--Cecil S m i t h o f i Newport News, arriv-jd home SuiLday ! V^iSllSiSl^M^t'tU^msa^^ffSSIIifiti^ RUGS "The Big Store Near The Bridge." Scaly Tuftlcss Mattresses Here "^Charming "Widow company will be in covers thai her son has fallen in love j Smith ot Siieora Hill. all week and will change with Amarilly. The even(s that ensue j Misses .Margaret and Anna Dornan .their program every other day. The , prove conclusively that the two wide- were calling on relatives iu Couuells- .-company has a chorus:ot pretty .girls iy separated elements in the social ville Suaday. ".'and.: special" scenery. VOn ihe screen -world cannot mi.t happily. I Miss Susanna Losan of tin; West '..'will, be" another c}:apter. of. that well -- *i "p~iunm 'Side, spent Sunday here with her '.'Siiam' picture, "The Lott Express," , TRAVELING . SALESMAN ' mother. .Mrs. Logan of Water street. :^'featuring Helen Holmes,' 'that plucky 'girl that stops at nothing. Wcdnes- (-jells How day and Thursday will be shown o n ' the screen. "The Women in the Web." Go -with the crowds and see the best shpws. Strength, Prank A. Frost has purchased the garage ot Wishari and SoJsrfon of j Amhition and Vim. Atlantic, lowa.-"I am a traveling, Tl ' "alesman and was run-down, worn ! l"ld ' V."oodval,. atreel. Tl '° baccalaureate services were last night in the M. li. church. out. no appetite and no ambition. 1 T!l = Darlldl Poached the ser. . druggist told me Vinol was what 1 1 TM on I0 t n e class needed and within a few days 'after ' -: i taking it I commenced to gain, and · -- - THD FABAMOlTfT. -"··TRBASURE OP THE SEA"--In i" bujlt U P m v health and strength, which Edith Storey, the Metro star, i So every sprrag and fall I take it to i3 .seen in a. charming role, is being ' ''«'!* »« up and it keeps me in splcu- shown today. "Trtasur.- o{ the Sea" ! "! condition."--\V. E. Brockelsby. is" a picture which contains all the ro- j Tne reason we guarantee Vino! is. rnahes and excitement its same im-! because it is a cor.ntuunonal remeu;. . j ., ., . .i"= ,, _ ! containing beef and cod liver pep- 'cmuu money jl It lailS. HOC Indigestion. Druggists plies. There is vigor, humor and breath-tafcins adventure throughou the five acts. The sea gives and takes tones, iron and manganese pepton- . ates and glycerophosphatus. the most its-toll. Tragedy lurks near to hap- j -"uccessfu! tonics known. piness in this absorbing photo-drama. ] Umghroy Drug Co.. Connellsville; Miss Storey is' SWKI as Margaret El- : D - C- f"- 33011 . Duubar, and druggists kins, a. true outdoor girl, and as j overywhere.--Adv. usual, clever-and lovable. The hero'. ine matches* her-' wtts with those of strottg men and wins in a thrilling ! quest for gold given up by the sta j PEN'NSVILLK, June 10.--F. M. '-aboard the wreck of an old merchant (Richey, Sr., who has been on the sick -"trader. -"Miss Storey has never had list during the past week, is improving. If there is a s-aember "doing Ms bit" for Uncle Sam. ; keep the home bright for the glad day of Ms return. Keep it cheerful for the other me-mbers of your family. Good furniture will help a lot and this is the store in your town that sells GOOD FURNITURE. Sellers Kitchen Cabinets j Sold Exclusively Here! You have seen the Sellers ach'ertised in your favorite magazine--let us sliov.- yon Uie cabinet itself--the Sellers has many exclusive fealurey tliat places it in a class by itself. Sou Our Special Kitchen Cabinets, $29.50. Extend . a^ HEIPING HAND . to JUNE . BfUDES . OxO Horner's" QotMng Mrs. H. S.-Leasher and children r e - j .a more enjoyable vehicle than "Treasure of the Sea." The- picture was made In California, when- the gold f turned home Tuesday from ferer of early mm ing days was-at it.- [days' visit with friends Tiear Rogers! height." A selected comedy is includ- i Mills. \ ed. .TonKorowviWilliam Desmond v.-ill ; -Mrs. William Henderson of Swiss-i be featured ia "Old Hart well's Cub," ', vale, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs,! a "five-part TrJaugle production. On ; 0, P. Lea ban, from Saturday until) ""^Vediiesday BlaeMrd will present Ruth i Sunday. I CliffOTd and Monroe Salisbury in "The | Mrs. Grant Miller, Mrs. Dan Miller, j Goilt of "Silence." Thursday, Mon-1 Mrs. O. P. U:nhart and Miss Sue tagne Love, the famoup. popular star, j Means atu-ndod the lecture, "Wako Up, will appear in "Vengesince," a World : America," in th^ CounellsviHe high feature. Saturday, Mabel Monnand ; school building Monday evening. § o I ooocaoaococooocx3ooco3oooc» ;Just Over the Bridge ConneUsvffle (West Side) June Brides will find the credit plan of the Zimmerman- Wikl store much to their liking. It is a dignified confidential method of si-curing that "dreamed of" home with no inconvenience. We arrange terms to suit your individual needs. Come in and talk it over \vi(h us and at the same time se« the wonderful array of spic span new home- furnishings here to select from. The Stradivara Is Proof Against 1 Dissatisfaction The Stradivara is the greatest trouble proof phonograph on the market today--it is freest from motor trouble, freest from spring ironfall.', freest from case trouble. It is guaranteed both by the makers and ourselves--piays all records perfectly and uses any needle. Cabinet Styles vcV'- '--·^'v . ·"-,.;- · - -* TV*TM-**^ -.- - , '*·: / Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Trained H.iUory Man. Prettiest Patterns in Town June Brides as we]! as (he bride of any other month is particularly interested in securing beautiful lloor coverings. Xo store in the town shows as pretty array of patterns as will be found here. The Proof awaits your visit. Zimmerman-Wild Co. New Reed Carriages and Strollers ! 5 Moderate prices prevail at the Zimmerman-Wild store! j for distinctly new ideas in reed carriages and strollers. J t If you want your-Baby to ride in style select the carriage! f from this great stock. j Use Our Classified Ads--They Bring Results. Patronize Those Who Advertise in The Courier. ·The Theatr Peopl REAL SINGERS. Direct From Beautiful Monday and Tuesday The Original Hen-Pecked Henry in Three Acts. Kevue of Reviews. Eastwood Harrison, Jack Grey, Richard Lloyd, Girls, Music, Comedy, Fun, Class.

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