The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 19, 1918 · Page 6
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June 19, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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,' PAGE StX. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNSLLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, Mb. ! Basdbsl naa KM'sS · NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. TVlrnlj I B in SR5 Ph"I^A.|pi|a in 32 n?S Today's Schedule. Cleveland at Chicago. Detroit at St. Louis. Philadelphia 1; Pittsburg 0. Hew York 9; Cincinnati 1. Chicago 4; Brooklyn 3. ' Boston 4; St. Louis 1. Stacking of the Clubs. V. I.. Pet. Chicago 3 1 15 .CM New York ...34 1C ./isI) Boston 26 ; t ; .500 i Philadelphia _ .._ 2?. it; .153; Cincinnati _: ...2o 2S -T~1 I Kttsburg . -20 Jii ..KS| Brooklyn -.20 2'j .!ijs| St. Louis : .. 1!) 30 .SSS Today's Schedule. Chicago at Pittsburg. - · Xeyp- Yorlt-at Brooklyn. Boston at Philadelphia. Philadelphia al Boston. Perryopolis. I/RAGUi:. Yesterday's He-suits .Washington 3; Cleveland S. .Detroit S; St. Louis -. Detroit 3; St. Louis I. No other games scheduled. 'Standing of the Clubs. Vf. L. Eoston .-- New-iTori _ Cleveland -Chicago "Washington . SI 26 28 PcL .607 .577 .544 .sni .491 PERRVOI'OLrS. June IS.--Mrs. Jane Harvey of r-ollc-vcvnnn hnr. ho?.n r.pc!-c!;n~ The po^t week \vith. her daiichinr. Mr:-. Guy Martin. Dr." am; Mrs. .1. P. Stnckler ot Keottda^ v.'ere vjsiring Mr. an:! Mrs. 0. T. Dfividprr. Sunday. Mr. rr.f] "rs. V.'iliiatn H a k c r returned home from their honeymoon Saturday. :.!:?.·= Alta Frotts h r s returned froir. Pur.K^uta\vnoy to rpcurl he:- annual vacation. ^Irs. Tlcbeeca Biphcp is on tho pick liFt. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Chalfant ot Uniontown r.prnt tile week-end with relatives here. Harry "Ountins and son or Dunbar rpeTit Sundav \vitli relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. William Al'orlEh' and two daughters of Brriwnsville vrcre guests of town relatives Sunday. Ru^-ell Bro'^neller. v--hn enlisted ! in the Kavy pomp time ago. received | his call and !eft for Cape ^fa7 Sunday evening. B/^eiiPl I u?a£ £* FUElITUiE 'The Esg Sfcore Wear The Bridge." Ini-ISS IVest Crawford Avciijie.Sitfoe.ssor.s J^-uusird Furniture Co. For tliree years America has (bu^ht starvation in Tlnntlne TWCTTIIS 1 i Tf so. rc?ad our advertising columns, j WiE you Eat less -- wkeat n^eat -- fats and sugar that ive may still send £ood in ship loads ? : ! BgmiiBaBgsggg'gsgBsaiaaMg'ff^^ ^ : | a Tfec Canter of the Pittsburgh Shopping District Tho ' Roscnbr-um Co.'s h a n d s o m e r.o-v home -- a t - "*i"erty A v e n u e , S i x t h b'lrect niut ;»ot;n .'.v*!:u:c. A Trip to Pittsburgh is Ksvsr OcsnlMe Witftoct a Vkit 1o Roseiibid'j. 'THE STORE ling SiampsiTn Adidi'Cfo'n. $o Beat Valuea Pjtisbiirgh, Pa. JUNE BRIDES and others just starting to housekeeping will find the biggest values at the "Big Store Near the Bridge." Everything for tiie home here in a variety that is fairly bewildering. We shall appreciate the opportunity of showing you the new things for the home. No Chance for Mr. Moth With One of Our M a d ? u p v:oar at Prices Lass than Cost af Materials nprJK UOSEXHAl'M CO. have provided largo q u a n t i t i e s of these popular every-;ia;.' Aii-ona in ft J- \vitlc iiHsortjjifiu «f style-s and materials. Buying in l u r q e q u a n t i t i e s we are in a position to co-operate with manufacturers in provhlliiG an outlet for their product--special concisions fn prices re.3ult in oiceijtional bargains for our patrons. I'rcseni. uiarkvt condiiinns s u ^ f i ' s t Inyiog in n supply of ttteae Aprons--it will be some Lime before fuch values wit! aga:x b" obtaiuablo. ife ws DEUVER Ksrmsas. BY PREPD PARCEL PosT-sfiTisFfieiss^ GUASAKTEES m HONEY 6? ·^» other winter jarn" w i l l bo safe f r o m moth ravage if stored in one of the X/iuinicrinan - Wild cjuaraiitoed Tennossoo U f d Cedar Cbosts. COITJC in aud sec Uic lH-auti£u'i selection See Our Big Special Cedar So. 334 'omon'a Jt:di Bluo Cungalow Apron 1 ; --as illustrate". All sixes. No. 113 C h i 1 (1 r e n's c o l o r e d M o t h e r Ilubbard A?rc:.s- Sir.i-s, -1 to Vacationists! We Are Exclusive Agents For ^ lichen Cabinets This is the celebrated K i t c h e n Cabinet wiUi the flour bin that lowers to the floor for filling. You have seen it advertised in your favorite niagax-ine. now see u in reality here. Prices $29.50 to $45 You v j ] j have a most satisfaciory vacation if you travel equipped with a Beibr-r Bag or Suitcase. Tlu- Uolber label Is an d-i;!i/:c.it!on of the best, Hc the his siock here o£ ^ Very Special Bags and Suitcases jrspi Exclusively at tlie Zimmerman-Wild Store Known for tone--the phonograph v.'ith the sonl of an artist. For the noble quality of its TOXJO rho STUADAVAKA stands supreme aiiioi;;; phonographs, just as the Stradivarius stands supreme among violins. Extra Large Cabinet Styles All Woods--Play Any Record. i|;;!"i@lF' I 50 ¥ \\'e ccisbrp.tc Our GokJpn Jubilee this year-- 50 year? of painst.nkinff effort in .serving' the pccple of Pittsburgh and environs--linlf-a-ctntury of close contact wilh tlic brain iind brawn of a great city--always keeping abrrast of ihi- times--ever upward and onward. Our success is due to the COJii!fi*MH*o of our patrons. ^ OHIOPYLK. J u n t - IS.---Mrs. Charles j Thorpe of Mr, and Mrs. Vi'ilha-ui TIiur;e at K e n - ' j tuck. .Mrs. ,J{?r:n;e Knry 3ias reiurned _ I from a several weeks' v i s i t :ipunt at ' i Prnrf:;vi:if. Mti. Bcriha Iiarbaug-h, who has ; ' been iittondir.g iriaie n o r m a l school ! f. r , Indiana for Uip past several weeks. : has r e t u r n e d to her borne near here. | · Mr;. Rogor Welsh and daij^liirr of - \Vellsburg, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Alice Holt. Mrs, Richard McClain i i n d I wo | ciaughtftTs and Ophelia C n n n of visitor? IKTP. . \Y. H. H u r k c i t has returned to his UTU-rence and D:iriii:y P;ark of work here :ifier a visit with his fam- Ma-insrton. Va.. are I'.crij for a few ily at OuniborUtn;!. (Ja.v? visiiing o!il a . - f j u a i n t a n c w . ?:. .1. O'Lau-lilir. ^pent yesterday M i s s Mihii'rd i!ar'.)angh of V i c t o r i a , w i t h his f a m i l y at Mt-Keis Ilocfes. .^pejit P a i u r d ^ y and Sunday hero, t!:r Oar} Iloy.-i rciurned 10 35row»svni' jiiK'Si oi MibK Itiuh tihow. : last eveiunc; a f t e r spending a day Roy Kfcffer of Conr.ellsvilie. wap here with Jiip nioihcr. IHTP on business yesterday. · M. J. Gitihoiis of Daw sou was A Mr. and A i r o . Show. Mi?s M a r i o : P i t i ^ b n r g bupiness e.nller yesterday. Lnnibie and Miss L,aura Stuck a t t e n d - ; Mrs. .lames Beatly and children od ihe coitcr-rt at M a r k l c i o n Sunday [ n^o spenOinc; this week visiting the and spent a very pleasant day. ; former's j»}oihc*r at Scoitdjle. ; Ht-v. and Mi-.i. H. A. Banm of Dawl\'l _ -.^ f^ i s o " ^ ! '° Fpendins i?:is wctk visiting iI^i^ei5eii Jtvtin. | relatives and frk'nds at Dayton, 0. | Miss Mabel Penn. spent yesterday nTC/mnSON" ni'N. J:;no l'S".--'with friends at Uninntovn. Charln." McCarthy of McMpospnri was j Mrs. G. \V. fieatty wcs shopping in ; C n n n e J l s v i l J e .Monday. a l/u.sioe;s raVic-r here ME ITS Ate THS SAME. To ME.

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