The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 14, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 14, 1918
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 191S. DAILY COTTRIER. CONNELLSVITJ .E. PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MI PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Braddock Avenue Undermined, Members of Council Hear, COMMITTEE WILL INVESTIGATE Xeir Street Kepnir Orilinauc« Providing for L'se ,oi Concrete in .Dating Part of Fill is Adopted; Sew Seas' ure lias Drastic Provisions; Xotes. Special to Thft Courier. MOl NT PLEASANT, June 14.-- Couae;i held a special meeting last evening and almost tee entire evening was taken up by the discussion iwwi«««an5s««wsnRSM»ft)WB««B»sws«5«^^ AT THE FIGHTING FRONT It takes "muscles of iron and corves of steel--real men--men with red blood, men with the brawn to do and nerve to buck the line. Men "with a wallop," men v/ith vim, vip, 'vigor, are those vrho take "Irontic," a new discovery, com | posed of iron and herbal extracts, ' and recently found to be a wonderful tonic for the manufacture of red , blood within the body. Doctor \ Pierce and a dozen physicians at the Surgical Institute in Buffalo, N. Y., have long experimented and have at of Bracldock Hoad avenue, which it is last found the best blood maker and thought has been undermined by nerve tonic known today. This they Hurst Mullio. who have opened a , called "Irontic." It's an iron tonic custom coal bank on the McAdams ' that puts new energy, life, stamina farm, and who roads heading across ' into the blood. "Irontic" is to be the road. A committee composed of procured of almost all druggists, in the street committee, with Messrs. A. 60-cent vials. If .-ou want to try it, P. Porter, C. M. Galley and Ernest' send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Surgi- I Copeland, with Prank Pfrogner, miner cal Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., for a and 810 boss, will go and inspect the trial package. You will find ' Iron- mine and the road, and it found that ti -" tablets equalhr as good and such is tho case the road will have to effective as Doctor Pierce's Pleasant j be closed so that there can be no traf-, ^ llete ,^igji have ^ en lmown TM r The ordinance governing the repair- , . i " . , healthier of i tag ot paved streets when torn up was habits _ % become " regnlar ^ s revised and passed. "When a paved c ] oc k. wor i c » after taking these 1 street is torn up to repair water, gas I "pi easan t Pellets." Easy to take. ! and otter lines, at least 15 inches of ' concrete, must be laid belore tie brick oaa be put down. A fine of not less than fid nor more than $50 will be Imposed on persons refusing to com- | ply wiib this ordinance. This fine is , added to the cost of, repairs that the i borough most put on the street. A j carload ot bride -was ordered for street repairs. I Bond Mores. On account ot the special meeting of council last evening the .Municipal I baad moved to the Nemacolm club for practice. Personal. Xrs. Sampson Eeed ot Greensburg, B^ent yesterday with. Urs. "William Templeton. Mrs. Harry Bossart returned yes- "Women's $U.OO Brown Kid Shoes, new military heels, late style, 1* very Special Have been thronging our store since the opening of this, the greatest of ail yearly events, and at which time each Department will try and double its own past records. Larga New York manufacturers are contributing their surplus stocks of the most wanted merchandise that the country produces, al prices that will give every thrifty buyer a chance to save many dollars en their purchases. Our SUIT, COAT and DRESS Department is offering for Saturday THREE BIG Specials, and it will be a miracle if our store does not carry the largest crowds during THIS SALE that ever assembled here. Read every item there are many bargains in small type. S. CONNELLSmiE PREPARES TO PAVE i PITTSBURG STREET Negotiations on ITiUi West Pcnn to Haie the Trolley Company Place Girder Balls. Plans are Tinder way for tire paving' of Pittsburg street in South Conneils- vttle from the limits ot the city at Gibson ar-enue to Park street. The' paring has been hanging fire in that borough for some time, and Tuesday, Mayor John Dnggan o£ this city, ac- terdoy to her Alliance, O., home after a visit ot several weeks paid itrs. John Bossart. Mrs. Donet of MeKeesport, is the , goest of tier daughter, Stisa Elizabeth ' Ibaet, sttperinteadent of the Memorial POLICEMAN GAVE EXPERIENCE Gore Officer Tost Additional T*e%ht and Beueired His Strength. sir, I gained five pounds dur- companied by Councilman B. C. Burkhart and "William Stewart of South ' t ConnellsTflle, conferred with West Penn railway officials in Pittsburg about having the girder rails laid. The conference was held with president A. M. Lynn and J. L. Fritsch,. who said the company would place the rails as soon as possible, it they could i be secured. The street car line would have to be moved from the east side of the street, where it is now located, to the middle, and the girder rails are necessary to allow the laying o f , bricks. ; Last year toe residents of that bor-1 ough voted on a J22.000 bond ibsue to i be used for the purpose of paving , G Pittsbnrg street sewerage and other ( ^ improvements. The paving will be 4* the first week I took Tanlac" through'with as soon as t h e , A^rf lA.ce Vrtet *i« iL-pxtl Irnrvwn f l i v I I aid Je*se Yost, -tie well known, city! street car company puts ta the re- wiroiman, ot 5331 Addison street, j West Philadelphia, recently. "I had suffered from a sour dis-1 . ordered stomach," cononued Officer' ^ hmits OI ConnellsMlle. and the Yost, "and no matter what I toot 11*** improvements would give « ex- could not get any tetter. uellem roadway to Park avenue or I "My digestion was very bad and I avea beyond if the paving can be got so I could scarcely eat at ail. The I tai ^ farther. From Park avenue the , ' ---·* ··"" u - improved as far as the rlass company, i quired tracks. Pittsburg street is now paved to the gas on my stomach and headaches ! r ° ad «"" ** improvedI c bothered ne no little. " laBl ot the Ca P sta:1 l bothered me "1 was also badly constipated, and I felt languid and kind of tired out. My 1'X this company, which is getting the i « old-time energy was disappearing and I could hardly poll mysett through some days. "I saw this Tanlac highly praised in the papers, I read whore Patrolman erman had been benefrttedV I Considerable hauling will be done Ohiopyle. omOPTLE, June 14.--Mrs. · Edward Gaddis of Dunbar arrived here Wednesday evening and will spend a creased to 700. j'lant ready for operation. Everything; 13 being done to help the new mdus- j | try by both this city and South Con-' nelL-mlle, and the new street will be' a great help in transportation. "When the plant starts operation between decided that 1 wanted to try Tanlac. i 300 and 400 men will be employed, but before I got the medicine I talked * a late r the number may be in- wHh a doctor about it. The doctor said ft was all right to try It. I began using Tanlac. TVhen the doctor weighed me he was surprised tc discover th-it I had gained five pounds in weight on the first bottle of Tanlac, "My stomach is now in good smrpe and I feel fine. I am rapidly gaining ' back, tha strength and weight I lost." Tanlac is now sold here by the Conn jllsvirie Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dun- biir at D. C. Eason's Drug Store.--Adv. TAKE A SUNSHINE TABLET FOR! THY STOMACH'S SAKE There never was such a marvelous prescription for stomach distress and ( li digestion, as Ml-o-t'o. j No doctor ever wrote a better one: { It's doubtful 1C any doctor ever will i It's so good that A. A. Clarke says' money back 1C it doesn't relieve. r A woman in Maine calls Mi-o-na the ' sunshine prescription because she has seen so many sour, miserable, aKfrra- vi'tlnfi" dyspeptics turned Into happy, cheerful, sweet human beings in a fcw di-ys by taking: Mi-o-na. The stomach Is responsible for three- fourths of the nervousness and hn.if the misery of the world. A woman car, have, a fscBt-claws stomach and yet be few days the guest of Mr. and Mrs.! TM'«erabie if she has a husband who is T- * r« __ ~ - _ » - _ . a- nervous dyspeptic. If you have in4i£ef,tlon, bolchinpr of Ernest Ziramerson on Sugar Loaf, R. C. Holt was a business visitor in Ptttsborg yesterday. T. TT. Eailey of Mill Bun was a recent caller in town. D. Recfcner was in town yesterday on business. Roy Setter of Connellsville was a :aller in town yesterday. Eras, heaviness after eatfnff, drowsy 1 seisatfon after eatinEr. sour stomach of any miserable stomach disturbance the j prescription called Mi-o-na win put j you rtebt. and bring" sunshine into your' life In a · as The Greatest One Day Suit Event of the Season The values--"Why there isn't a manufacturer in the country who could or would duplicate these garments at the price 3 r ou will luy them for at this Sensational Sale Saturday. Just aliout 150 in (Jus lot of all the new Summer shades, and al! bo wanted materials and the styles direct £rom fashion's ne?t. Regular %alues to $27.50, Saturday only All higher priced Suits Reduced Accordingly. ONE DOLLAR Saturday Ooly. One lot of Ladies Untrimmed Panama Hat Shapes, i-egular valueb xo $2 00. Special Saturday Only. One lot of Ladies' Wash Pkirts in stripes and p l a i n colors, ail waist mec^ure;;, Special Saturday Only. $1.25 M e n s Athletic Unim Suits, in all sizes, Special for Saturday only Saturday Only. 51.50 Ladies' House Drones of good quality Percaios, trimmed very pretty, Special Saturday. Saturday Only. 51.50 Children's Drosses of good quality Gingham, ages 6 to 14 years. The Coats are of the smart practical type that yon can wear on any and all occasions. But we would rather have yon come Saturday and be surprised with g u t t i n g far more than you are promised in the way of values. One lot of Ladies' ^nd Misses' J Summer Coats, values to $15.00. Special Saturday All hitrhor priced Coats reduced aocordiiiirij. Silk Dresses Are the Vogue Fashion designers have brought out such beautiful models that the gn'al popularity of Silk Dresses thih season is assured. In this lot you will find charming and original styles for street, afternoon and spores wear Plenty of the fashionable are shown in pastel and dark colorings, and white, ar.d all the new maierials. Regular values to $22.fll), Specixl Saturday Beginning Saturday Morning at 8.30 on Our Second Floor. The Most Important Millinery Sale of the Year. Featuring 150 Trimmed Hats, in the newest Summer shapes, of G»or- getfe combinations, fine white Milans, black and colored dress Hats, fancy Sports Hats, light garden Hats, natty Suit Hats, smart banded Sailors of fine Milan, or dyed Leghorn. Regular Just 150 in This Lot. Values to $7.50, at All Children's Hats aud Trimmings al Great deductions. Men's 50c pure Silk Hose, in black and colors, sizes \il-_- to 11, (second quality. Special a pair !)Sc large size Fibre Suit Cases, made of stronog material and lined throjghout with steel frame. Special ... _ _ Women's. Misses and Children's white and black Tennis Oxfords, 79c value Special at 69c 10c Twill Crash, /» Special Saturday, a yard v/v/ 25c Apron Gingham, fj-t Special Saturday _ jL\s 25c Children's black rib- -| rt _ bed Hose, Special J. I C Souvenir Spoons of good quality metal, set of six, Special .. ; 25c FETKY DFN'K--Oh, Hovr BUI longed for the Bounding Main Saturday Only. $1.50 Ladies Underrausllns, Gowns, Skins, Combinations and Camisoles, lOc Crochet Thread 111 colors and white, all numbers, Special, a spool nnanaAfWWtRAgwwMAniWwvwvMvi V larpe box oC Ml-o-na tablets cost only 60 cents at A, A. Clarke and hy By C. A, VOIGHT

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