The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 18, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, June 18, 1918
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TUESDAY, JUNE IS, 1915. O.ATLY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. . f.AGE NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Eastern Coal Syndicate Opens Offices in IJren- nen Building;. STORMDARKENSTOWNFORHOCRS Strikes Transformer mid Sets Fire to Pole, Sewssitating Aid oi Firemen in Extinguishing It; Free Course in Causing for Girl. 9 Do Moving Picture* Hurt Your Eyes? They shouldn't and they needn't. We can equip you with a pair of glasses especially intended to .protect . your eyes from bright lights of all kinds. These lenses are -not dark in color. Indeed they cannot be tolcl from the ordinary lense by the average person. If you desire eye comfort at the movies, |Tve are waiting to extend it to you. Special to TIxo Courier. SCOTTDALE, June 18.--The Operators' Coal company, with S. P. 2im- mermaa, manager, has opened offices in the Brennen building. The company had meat through here last winter buying up coal for eastern shipments. In the east U is stated the conditions are almost as serious now as last winter and the company has found it convenient to open offices " here for the purpose of facilitating -shipments and giving greater advantage in prompt settlement to the operators. The company 1 represents a large eastern syndicate, LJgktniBg Puts Out Lights. I. W. Myers, Opt. D, Optometrist and Optician. Woolworth Bldg., Upstairs. Our Specialty--Comfortable Vision. Dawson. .DAWSON, June 18.--Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Landymore of East Liberty, spent Sunday witli relatives at West Newton. Scottdale was without electricity I Miss Carrie Painter. o£ Greensburg, until a late hour yesterday afternoon. Tickets at the Arcade were gi vc n ou t for the evening performance to those who wished to attend matinee. There "as no current for lights,, electric irons, "washers, etc. Even people who rode on elevators operated by electricity found it necessary yesterday 4 o climb stairs. This was all due to the lightning striking the transformer at the corner of North liroadway at the casket factory and setting fire to the pole. It was necessary to call the fire department out, 'I'u'Ki Busy During Storm. During Sunday night's storm a thief tried to 'gain entrance to the homes of W. J. Doorley, Robert Barkell, Frank Home, and succeeded in gaining entrance into the home of T. H. Rutherford on South Chestnut street. A pocketbooi belonging to one of the family was found on the back porch and some small change that was on not become qualified in that length of clue as to who it might have been. Free Cunning Course. An. opportunity presents itself for some girl who wishes ID attend the drying, canning and preserving school that is to bo held at State college, is the guest of her aunt. Miss Zola Henry. Mrs. Don Porter of Connellsville, was the guest here Saturday of Mrs. Lawrence Parfchili.- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gaal have returned homo from West, Newton after spending the week-end with relatives. -Mr. and Mrs. James Meehan have returned from a few days' visit with relatives at Indiana. Jfrs. Arthur Fieldsoc and baby spent Sunday at West Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Vf. F. Bute, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McGIll and 'son Frank motored to Frostburg Saturday, and going from there to Cumberland, returning Sunday evening. Miss Mary McGill, who has been spending the past two weeks at Cumberland, accompanied them home. Carence McGill of Duquesne, spent Saturday here at the home of his uncle, J. C. McG-Ul, North Dawson. Sunday he visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hue'., Scottdale. Rev. W. B. Purnell spent Saturday in ConnelisTilie on business. The festival held Saturday evening by the Home Guards was a grand success, they being ail sold out by starting Julj 3. This is in charge o f ! 30.30. The boys appreciate die help the women's committee uf the Council j they receive*! from all who came. of National Defense. E:ich term will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hensel of Un- have forty girls, this being as many as can be properly handled in tho college laboratories. The term lasts for tea days and while (he girl would iontown, spent Saturday and Sunday her with Mrs. Hensel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mong. Misses Anna and Sara Aloline are not become qualified in taht length of j spending a few days with relatives at time for a. public demonstrator, she wouEd be of value in her own household ant would be an intelligent missionary in her community. She should be over 21 years old. l^rther information can be obtained of Mrs. A. C. Overboil, corner of Pittsburg and Chestnut streets, who represents the women's committee in Scotidale and East Huntingdon township. Person*!. Miss Frances Bell is visiting friends at 'Wiliins.burg. K. F. DeWitt has sold the J. J. Davis property on Fifth avenue to W. H. Shieldcamp. Mrs. John VaUeace and Miss Edith Vallanco and Mrs. Amy Vallauce spent part of the past week with Mrs. Redshaw of East Pittaburg. Miss Ethel Fretts of Pittsburgh spent Sunday at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. George Hough spent Sunday at West Newton. Mrs. M. J. Fretts, Mis? Sarah, Mrs. John Lyons and Mrs. Sara Kiefer motored to Leetonta, 0., Sunday. Mrs. M. B. Porter of Market street, ·will entertain the ladies of the W. C. T. U. with a soldiers' and sailors' meeting this evening. Miss Dorcas Hill, a student at Wesleyan university, is home for the summer vacation. Mrs. Anthony Donnelly of Latrobe, spent Sunday with her brother, F. B. Folk. Miss Gertrude Parker returned yesterday to the Children's hosrpital in Washington, D. C,, where she is training. A Tast Store. Filled with only new merchandise Scottdale. -Mrs. William McDonald and daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patterson at Buena Vista. Children's Day service was held Sunday at Tyrone church. A fine program had been prepared and was thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowd present. Mrs. John Dom of Lower Tyrone, was a Sunday caller in town. Miss Anna Leonard and nephews, George and William, spent Sunday in Pittsburg. Mrs. Clarence Brewer of McKees Rocks, was visiting relatives in as'. Liberty Sunday. " Thomas Jfclntyre, who is employed by the government and stationed at Baltimore, is home on a week's visit. John Ober spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Ray Morisson., in Connellsville. TOO WEAK TOO FIGHT The "Come-back" roan -was really never down-and-out. His weakened condition because o£ overwork, lack of. exercise'. Improper eating- and Jiving- demands stimulation to satisfy the cry for a health-giving appetite and the refreshing- Meep essential to strength. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OH Capsules, the National Remedy of Holland, will do the work. They are wonderful. Three of these capsules each day will put a man on his Teet before he knows it; whether his trouble conies from uric acid poisoning, th,* kidneys, gravel or st(nc in the bladder, stomach derangement or other ailments that befall the over-zealous American. Don't wait un, , , . , ,. , , I til you are entirely down-anfl-out, but from the cheapest to the very best, | takc thcm tojay . Y our druggist win owned at less than prevailing market: gladly refund your money if they do prices, and offered on the same basis' no * nel P ' ou - Accept no substituter, Lootl for the name GOLD MEDAL on every box. three sizes. They are the to double our June business, that's the best reason why rou should make this your store tomorrow and every day thereafter for your apparel needs. It used to be fashionable to bb extravagant; now it is fashionable and patriotic to be economical. Where is there - a better placo than at the Broadway Ladies' S-orc, Scottdale, Pa. Bendiner's, as you get off the car. --Adv. BCUDS BUSDTESS. That Commercial Banking Service Makes for Success. For 42 years The First National of Connellsvill-e has been an important factor in the business life of this community. Naturally, in these war times! its officials give a good deal of attention to Liberty Bonds and other patriotic duties, but the bank's comms:cial service js never negated. It is prompt, helpful, painstaking and gives iiarticular attention to in divid- pure, original, imported Haarlem Oi 1 . j Capsmles. ual requirements. -ited.-- Adv. Consultation is in- Patronize those who advertise. VO AMTAXCE IN PHICE M O T H E R S Keep the farnSy he* Iron colds by ICKS VAHORUBLB 2te--Me--*L09 LOWERSTM Por Wonu;n and Shorter Coats for '· 3Ien .DeertcxI by IVar Industries I ' Board. j By Associated Presa. [ WASHINGTON, June 17.--The W a r ; Industries Board has announced re: strictlons upon the manufacturers of shoes and men's clothing for next: spring's trade dia: will have the si- ' feet ot making changes in the quantity of material used and In tho styles. The height of women's siloes is to be reduced to a maximum of eight inches from heel to top with the same maximum for bver-gaiiers or "spats." All shoes, both leather and fabric, irili be restricted to black, wliite and i:\-ci colors of tan. ; Shoe maaufacturers maj- not, for the nest sis months, introduce, pur-! chase or use. any new style lasts. : -Marked changes arc prescribed f o r ! men's clothing. Sack coats will lie : shorter, vrii.U a minimum of 30 inches far 36 sizes. Doubic-iireasted overcoats will be eliminated anti the length o/f topcoats will be a minimum of 43 inches for 36 sizes. Side and back straps and flaps of trousers be eliminated and no reinforcement of trousers can be made with r/col cloth. Not more than 10 models of sack suits are to be pat out S A JL± Is What You And tJie oaly kinds of HomcJurnishin^s that can griVe you the satisfaction you waiit are the reliable, dependable kinds of knoivn quality--tlie kinds that Aaron's lias been offering Fnyctfe County folks for the past 27 years.. Cormelisville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Our four-store buying power enables us to soil these exclusive, quality lines of Aaron Homeiiurnisliings for less money tlian other stores ask yon to pay for just the ordinary kinds. Convenient credit terms arranged, if desired. (Made by the Cadahy Packing Co.) This 40 Ib. Genuine Hair Mattress, Special at This is a buoyant, supporting mattress, a luxuriant, rest-giving one--made from sterilized curled horse hair. Every bair is a live coil spring--that's why this mattress is 40 pounds of comfort---iu IDS. of well-built, everlasting sleep luxury. See These Values! Priced upward from as low as This 4 Fi. Solid Oak Sv/lug :.... This 4 1't. Solid Oak Swing We Are Exclusive Connellsville Agents for "Kaltex" Fibre Furniture-the kind fch^t was built to last. Will stand hard wear. Tliis Genuine Kaltex RoeJter This Kaltex Rocker, (P TJ Upholstered Seat ... y I » These Rockers are exceptional values at the prices Quoted. Come in and see them. This Solid Ouk 6 Ft. Extension Table--A Special VaJnc... Special! Substantially built from genuine quarter sawed oak. This Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak ( Bnffct Tour choice of golden oak or fumed oak finish. For Real Service TMs Pnllman Bed Davenport Frames are solid oafc. Upholstered in imitation leather. A big value. Rugs, Carpets aid Linoleums Entire Second FiooL Largest Varieties--Newest Designs-Better Quality--Lower Prices! At Aaron's you liave the largest collection of Floor Coverings in Southwestern Pennsylvania to choose from--all the newest designs and patterns. And the exclusive, quality Aaron, lines cost no more than other storesiask for just the ordinary kinds. All Floor Coverings Laid FREE. To Insure Baby An Enjoyable Ride! Collapsible g-| SJ r?f Carring'es at itpJLZi. 8 D Genuine Keed Carr'ag-es at Come and See Them. e In and See That Famous l o a n a b l e 'like a Clean China DislT Here is a Refrigerator that is scientifically constructed-that is made of the best materials only--that is built by specialists to last a life-time.. That's why the Leonard Cleanable is a permanent investment. Ten Walls to Save Your Ice! That's why the Leonard Cleanable will save it's cost in ice alone--conserves and saves your food most economically. Come in and see the Family Size Leonard that we're offering at W O M E N Suffering Iron Nervousness Sick AMERICANS MUST CONSERVE THE MEAT SUPPLY --lassitude, low spirits and loss of appetite will find renewed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsby using Beecham's Pills. They give you the very help you need, and are a natural aid to the stomach, liver, bowels and blood. Gentle and positive in action, without any disagreeable after-effects--Use »--J~« S-hy.AlIT Unlicfae «, 0,. World. zt* lOc., 25c. Hn»ti»g Bargain! ? j Ton will find them in our ad. columns.' OKAILBfiSS ·vnmiat rowawr cr wt» noun m me 10: CLEAR YOUR KIN and Cuticnra Ointment. The Soap to cleanse and purify the pores, the Ointment to soothe and heal little skin troubles. Nothing better. Sample Each Free by Mall Adim3 postcwd: "Catt«i», n«?t tr xoaam." "a«i», n«?t tr, xoaam." StwpSc. Oin'Jucnt »w! 60s. This iiiotograpti illustrate:; one ol t!io ecnditioas that make necessary lio conservation oj tiie meat supply by Amcrioar.3. II shov/p the line outsidea butcher shop in London where 3ve poun-cs of bones arc sold for one shilling, the stock of bG?r in the British isics being kep: very short by'the feeding of the armies. HAVE YOUS JOB F2ISTTING DONE AT THE GOUBIES OFFICE. M"WHE£2I£SSMfc. WCBE OOKTMHIHS

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