The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, June 12, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1918. TTTE DATUT COTJKTEK, CaWNEt,T*T5VIl-32E, FA. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAfS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Birth* in Scottdale in May Doubled on the Deaths. GOOD SWIIBMC CONTESTS A. B. loaeks uri Lamai Glen Carry Ofl Ftost Honors M Meet »t »e I. M. C. A.; Otter latnwtteg Sews bjr Coutei Bepoiter. Special to T« Conrl«r. 9COerTTDAl4B, Pa., June 12.-- Dr. N. E. Silsley, registrar of Scottdale, lias liven the lollowing report tor tfte month ot May: Deaths-- Scottdale, 5; East Huntingdon township, 9. Births -- Scottdale, 10; Eart Huntingdon township, 11. Falls Dvwii Stain. As Miss Ha»l Kelly, employed at E. F. DeWitt's real estate office as stenographer, was coming down the stairs yesterday shortly after noon her foot caught, throwing her to the foot of the steps. Her back was injured. She bad to be taken to her home on Grant avenue. Swimming Meet. The following is a result of a. swimming meet held at the Y. M. C. -A. under the direction of Elmer Carroll. IVr the Cadets A. B. Loiicks, Jr., won first place with twelve points William Bedeinie was second with eleven points, and Clarence Gott third .with four. The juniors also had a meet Lamar Glenn carried off first honors with sixteen points, Charles' Sraeltzer was second with twelve points and John Marliri third with ten points. For the intermediates John Merritt was first with twenty-three with twenty-two points and J. F. Lester was third with eighteen, points. Ball Game Thxnday. Thursday evening the Everson Intermediates baseball team will play the Scottdale Intermediates at Loucks Park. ! Lawm Fete. The Fourth Ward Hose company will hold a lawn fete at the comer of Broadway and Fifth avenue on Saturday evening. There will also be a band concert. Bog Bites Bey. " Chief of Police Frank McCudden yesterday afternoon shot a ilog belonging to Jerry Quillo. The dog had sunk his teeth into the right side of Wayne Rutherford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rutherford. Arrange a Surprise. Mrs. Charles Forrest, Mrs. James Lipps and family, Mrs. George Diehl, Miss Ella Crosby, Mrs. Clyde Crosby and family and Mrs. R. Crosby, with Mrs. Austin of Uniontown, ^7ent to the Pitcairn home of Mrs. E. E. Barron last evening anu gave her a very pleasant surprise party. This Is You OpitflrtanilT. Just 160 New Sample Hats, worth up to J10 now in June Bargains, all at $3.95; 100 Dresses, women's, misses, juniors. Nothing b u t - the newest; 53.98 to $19.75; values up to 430. All Suits 1-3 off. Pr:cs now range from $9.38 to $25; values up to ?40. All Coats, regular up to ?30 values, now from $7.98 to $13.98. Extraorinary values every la? this month. This is your real opportunity. Come in and see for yourself. Broadway Ladies' Store, William Bendiner, as you get off the car. Annul 3(i*sioo«rr Meeting. The annual meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will be held tomorrow afternoon at the church. Business of the old year will be closed uj and plans for the new year mapped out. In the evening at 8 o'clock the society will hold its annual mite box opening. Other News. The Triangle Club is holding its annual picnic at Wooddale today. Misses Elizabeth and Agnes Glenn spent Sunday at the home of their brother, Charles Glenn,, in Fairchance. · , H. B. Lee hat returned home from a business trip to St. Louis and Michigan. Mrs. C. E. Coughenour lias received the announcement of the birth of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaeff of Gary, Indiana. Mias Pearl Thomas spent Sunday with Connellsville Mends. Mr. and Mrs. WiVIlam Kennell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Kennell and family were at Somerset on Sunday attending the funeral of their nephew, Ralph Kennell, 'who died at Camp Greene, N. C. Ed Stemm of Youngstowty Ohio, is visiting friends here. Ben Anderson and Gustave Johnston have returned to Youngstown, Ohio, after a visit paid friends here. Mrs. Max Miller and daughter, Rosella, are at Pittsbnrg, where Miss EsteUe Miller is grauattng from the, Pennsylvania College for Women. Mrs. Joseph Goethe and family are visiting Wilkesbarre friends. Mrs. William Simmons is visiting friends at Grafton, W. Va. Miss Virginia Clingennan is visiting Wilkinsburg friends. Mrs. Albert Hemp has returned home from Newport News, where she visited her husband. Mr. and Mrs. George Myers have returned home from an eastern wedding trip. John T. Hudalc of Greensburg has accepted a posit ; /n as traveling salesman for the Sanitary Manufacturing company. He is taking the place of Joseph E. Love, who will join the C ASTORIA For Infante «nd Children hi Us* For Ov«r3O Years Always bean the Money- Fayette County's Colossal Event of the Year. Stylish Wearing Apparel to Be Sacrificed at Destructive Prices. Starts Thursday at 9 A. M, and Lasts For 10 Days. i STo need to wait for later in the season for Reduction Sales, Come here and choose from new un-to-date and full and coioplete stocks and styles at pricts from halt and les than half the price. Waist* $1.99 Silk, Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepe and Sa'in striped Tub Silk, regular $4.00 values, tl.99. White Wash Skirts One lot of $2.00 Wab'a Skirts in plain white and fancy-TM stripes, a'l beautifully made of fine quality Gabardines and Linenes. 98c Beautifully Trim mod Hats 55 00, ?6.00 and $7 00 values. All shapes and colors. Trimmed in the latest fancy novelties. Special $1.98 Of Undermuslins $1.50 and $2 Values Gowns", Skirts, Combination Suits, Chemise and Corset Covers All beautifully trimmed with fancy laces, ribbons and embroidery, for Special! One lot of 50c Corset Covers and Drawers, embroidery trimmed - Q Q /» special at OtSC Special! 91.00 and $1.50 Corsets Discontinued styles oC finest grade Corsets, mostly all sizes and styles, fiQf» Special U«/C Special! 7 yards of Bleached or Unbleached C»"l AA Muslm V-t-»vU 7 yards of pure Irish Linen fo°r w !!!!!______ $1.00 Limit 7 yards to each customer. MONEY SAVING SPECIALS! · $1 Percale House Waists, dark blue an dgrey 75c Ladies' Fine Quality Silk Hose, all colors 29c Ginghams, light and dark checks, special, yd. _ Men's 25c Dress Hose, all colors 15c 35c best quality Table Oil Cloth, a! lectors special yd. Specials in Boys' Wash Suits $1.00 and $1.25 values 69c Best quality Chambray Ginghams, Galateas and White Linens, all pretty styles and trimmed with colors to harmonize, special 69c. $25, $30 and $32.50 Women's and Misses' Made in the newest and cleverest styles, for $18.50, $22.50 and $25 Women's and Misses' In all the newest up-to-date 'colors, styles and materials Tor Dresses Made of the finest Taffetas, Crept de Chtnea, Georgettes and satins. All rol- ors and styles for $25 AND $27.50 SJLK We Give S. H. Green Trading Stamps. Specials From Our Shoe Department Women's $5.00 new Kid Pumpe in patent Sien's ?5 00 Dress One lot of Girls' Ol- Shoc» m buuon or luce, and plain leathers, · tan and blade special flO OK English st- PQ epMct/O , , . PO ' at ies, special fords m white and black, strap styles, low heels. 53.00 special at -. values, $1.95 Tills Sal is a great profit-sharing distribution ot Thousands o{ Dollars worth oi seasonable inerchan- t (fisc at sacrificing pri;es. Our Great June Money-Saving Sale Of Men's and Young Men's Clothing offers $2' 522.50 and $25 new up-to- date Suits for Straw Hats, $3 and $3.50 values for Get under one of our Straw Hats and feel comfortable. An kinds of shapes and styles on sale for $1.30. Complete line o£ Panamas in all kinds o£ snapes, JJO OQ $6.00 values for tpO.O*/ Money Saving Sale of Men's Dress Shirts $3.50 and $2.00 values, of finest Percales, Satin stripe, best quality Crepes, with French soft cuffs, special for Men's Union Suits 31.00 and $1.25 Values Athletic styles, short sleeves, fine quality Balbnggan, special Men's Work Pants $2.50 Values, $1.69. Made of good serviceable ina- teiials ,also good heavy Khaki $1.69 MONEY SAVING SPECIALS! ?1 00 Percale Underskirts, light and dark colors ~--. All kinds of Tennis Slippers, ?1 \alues _ |3 Boys' Knee Pants, dark £?Qrt colors .special . "*7v/ 3rc Gauze Vests, comfy t Q _ cut styles, special - 75c Children's Gingham ers ,all colors, special _____ Romp- Extra Special--Women's J*1 and Misses' Wash Dresses *P ··· « Cp to SC.50 Values for $1.95. Prettiest Voiles in white and fancy colors all beautifully made in the very latest, styles. All sizes to fit large and small women. This is a wonder special for 51.95, colors. His territory corers part ot Westmoreland, Allegheny and Cambria counties. Dunbar. DUNBAE, June 11.--John De Vors of Jewett, Ohio, spent a few hours here Sunday. You will get comfort and style If I examine your eyes and fit your glasses. Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 South Fittsburg street. Connellsville.--Adv. · J. W. Sterling of Mount Sterling, Ohio, was transacting business here Monday.' 1 Miss Leona V. Pasco ot Fayette City is visiting friends and relatives nere. · Warme Parker was transacting business in Pittsburg today. Mrs. Fred Kearns of near Fayette returned home from Pittsburg after spending a few weeks there with relatives. A'fiss Margaret McDowell was calling on friends in Connellsville yesterday. ·Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough and son Ora Lee of Scottdale visited friends and relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Harrison Crawford visited relatives in Uniontown Sunday. Mrs. Kingan, formerly of this place, but now of Connellsville. visited friends here Monday. Mrs. Margaret Milholland of McKeesport is spending a few days here with relatives. Don't neglect your eyes. See Dr. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 South Pittsburg street. Connellsville.--Adv. Try our classified advertisements. ConmnnitT Prayer Service. Community prayer services of the churches of Dawson will be held to, light in the Cochran Memorial Meth- l odist church. - I Children's Day at Pennsvllle. ] Children's Day exercises will be held Sunday morning at tie Penns- 'ville Baptist church. _ Old England at \bur Doer THE EMPRESS HOTEL Y1CTOIUA.B.C. Perfect service at reasonable rates--glorious views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca --picturesque homes in almost tropical foliage. Splendid roads -- seaside golf, trout and salmon fishing. Reached from the Emit via CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Only 4 hours by steamer from .-Vancouver or Seattle. Get to know Canada better-your nearest ally. ASK for RESORT TOUR No. K-IB C. L. Wllllfunft, G. A. P. Dep't Cuajidlait Pacific HBt3w*T, »IO Dtk Av., rH»bu-», P.. You should take a thoro, purifying, cleansing laxative once each month. 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