The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 21, 1918
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FRIDAY, JL'NE 21, 191S. FI-IB P^ILT COURIER. OONNEtiSVJTjT .R PA. f AGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Monongahela Baptist Association Missionary Women Gather. ·BALI, COWS OF TUIJJ2 1 1TITH SATIS GIttILE. FORTY-FOUR DELEGATES HERE Day Is eivea (her t« Central Business; Inteivstiag Reports on Tarf- ons 1'hases of IVork Heard; Trifutllj' Society Holds Reunion; Other "eivs. XVTIOXAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Kesults. Pittsbmg 3; Chicago 1. Boston 6; Philadelphia 4. Philadelphia 5; Boston \. .New York 6; Brooklyn 0. Cincinnati-Si, Louis, rto: grounds. Chicago Standing of the Clubs. Vf. L,. _J5 16 17 New York _ Boston Cincinnati . Philadelphia . Pitisburg Brooklyn. St. Louis 35 JS 33 23 21 21 Today's Scheiluii'. Chicago at Pittsburg. Boston Chicago Washington _ St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT. June 21.--A basket meeting of the "Woman's Missionary society ot the :donongahela association was held in tlu First Baptist church here yesterday. The' morning was taken up with business] and the afternoon program opened [ with devotions by Mrs,. Eddie of; Greensboro. Mrs. H. D. Allen of Scottdale, conducted tLe recruiting office. Reports were given as follow s: From Camp Carey, Cb.imbersburg conference. Mrs. E. P. Smith, Mount Pleasant; on Chicago training school. Miss Hannah Norgren, Umontown: fc fronx Philadelphia, Miss Aldora Bailey, Greensburg; from the trenches, Mrs, Bromley, Vniontown. the home , work report for the year Mrs. Col-l-^" 1 ^°rk lins, Unionunvn special foreign | Cleveland wort, Miss Alma Broadhead, Brownsville. A monologue on nussionan propaganda was given by Miss Jane Herbert of Scottdale Several duets were sung by Mrs. Frank Cooper and the Rev. E. Paul Smith. Forty-four delegates were present. All Day Mertins. The Friendly society hole, an all day meeting and reunion ta the Elks club rooms yesterday. A lunch was served at noon. Infant Dies. Raymond, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Dominik Skilouc, who 4 ed at his home here, was buried m the Polish cemetery yesterday. Helen Steil. Helen, the three-year-ol 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stell. died yesterday morning at their Hitcliman Street home. In Persliing ClnK F. S. Dullinger is the first Mount Pleasant man to purchase "War Savings Stamps to become a member of the Pershing "War Savings club. Joe Skertran Calleil. Joseph. Skergan, who enlisted ic May in the Naval Reserve has becjn called upon, to report next Wednesday in Prttsburg. Cr.rl Clark Safe. Mrss Cora Eckenrod of this place, has received word o! the safe arrival overseas of her friend, Carl Clark He enjoyed his trip across very much and saw only whales and flying fish. Private Clark is a member of the 319th Infantry, Company B, and trained at CarflB Lee. Personal. Mrs. Charles Hetzler and daughter Martha of Fainnont, are -he guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank Noss. Pet. .686 .673 .509 .451 .451 .412 .412 .396 Cincinnati at St. Louis. New York at Brooklyn. Boston at Philadelphia. A31ERICAX LEAGUE. Ycsterdaj's Kesults. Boston 3; Philadelphia 0. Philadelphia 2; Boston 0. Washington 4; New York 1. Chicago a; Cleveland 4. Standing; of the Clubs. ·\v. 35 . :;i L. Pet .503 .574 .552 .520 402 .463 .400 .383 Heal Skin Diseases It is unnecessary for you to suffer with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes and similar skin troubles. A Ettle zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c, or $1.00 for cntra large bottle, and promptly applied will usually give instant relief from itching torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin and heals quickly and effectively most skin diseases. Zemo 13 a wonderful, penetrating, disappearing liquid and is soothing to the mo:; delicate skin. It is not greasy, is t easily applied and costs Tittle. Get it] today and save all farther distress. The E. W. Ease Co, Cleveland, O. y*vtwaaafi*vnrx\sinfiw^^Je^^ SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd D unbar. Todnj's Schedule. Cleveland at Chicago. St. Louis at Detroit. Washington at New York. Philadelphia at Boston (2). Tulip, tbat soft material of cool and pleasant memories, has come to the ballroom once more, bui m straighten lino and with large loseltes. The puffy gardle is of i ambow-color satin. You should take a thoro, purifying, cleansing laxative once each month. Decay matter in the stomach and uov,Dls generates poisons that go t o ' every part o! your body unless re- , moved.--Hollister's Rocky Mountain , Tea cleans, purifies the stomach and | bowels.--Connellsvllle Drug Co.--Adv. Patronize those who advertise. Card of Thanks. Mr. Kobcrt Pollock and family wish to extend their heartfelt apprec.atiou and thanks to those friends who so kindly sympathized with them during the illness and death of the father and grandfather To Re\. Hayes and choirs of the Baptist church of Flatwoods and Star Junction for their kind assistance To the ones who sent the beautiful flora, tributes.--Adv.-21-lt. DUNBAR, June 20.--T. Howard of Uniontowo., waf, a business caller here yesterday. , ' C. Crrotbers of PiUsburg, was i transacting business here Tuesday. Wilbur Brown and Albert Cole of Mount Braddock, were visiting in Dunbar yesterda}. Afr. and .Mrs. William Harper of Un- i loutown, was the guest of relatives here Tuesday. J. M. Troy o[ Pittsburg, was tl e guest of friends here recently. ! JYed Pol.ukeau of Connellsville, I spent a few hours heie Y/ednesday' looking after business. i C. C. Luther of PHtsburg, was trans- i acting business here yesterday. | Miss Janet Springer of Connells- i villc, was the guest of friends here j recently. i Mrs. Frank Trost was shopping ill Connellsvllle Monde; j Miss Nettie Rankm of Umontown, I is spending a few days here visiting I relatives. | Mrs. Anna Wilson of Washington, j D. C., is visiting her sister, Miss El./- | abeth Ferren. I Miss Irene McQuiggan was calling on friends in Connellsville yesterday. Meyeradaie. MEYERSDALE, June 20.--Mrs Charles Schroyer of Rockwood came up Tuesday for a vitnt with her moth-. er, Mrs. H C Kemrrien. | Rev .Father Brady was at Frostburg on Wednesday attending the funeral of a friend. Mrs George Miller and three chit- ' dreu left Wednesday for a few days' visit withrelatives and friends i n ' Johnstown. In Our Ladies,' Suit, Coat and Dress Department. (Just C more days left). Every Horn on this page has iieen priced less than regular value!--(o keep the crowd.s n-coming--to get more business in every depart ment of this Ijig sot re. Thai's the spirit and the motive Chut induced us (o launch this Double (he Sales in .lune Event. Bargains in wanted Summer apparel that should make standing room a premium on our First and Second floors tomorrow. Don't miss an item--e^erj one Is a money-saver. Ladies' New Summer Dresses Dawson. DAWSON, June 20.--Mrs J. C. McGill was a Pittsburg visitor Tuesday. A new line of steps are being built from the overhead bridge from the roundhouse to the Y. M. C. A. J. L. Thomas, general agent at Dickerson scales, was a business caller at Pittsburg Wednesday. Carl Boyd of Brownsville, visited his mother at Dickerson Run "Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Leve.good and sons, John Jr., and George, were Uc- iontown visitors Tuesdaj. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G-aaVwero the guests of friends m Conae'lsMile on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Goldboro have received word tha*. -.heir son James has landed safe in Prance. Mrs. A. J. Manning spen. Tuesday in Ptttsburg. Brady Sherbondy has re igned his position as yard clerk at tie Dickerson yard office. Charles Rheinhood, who has been on the sick list the past two months, has returned to his work as general ardmaster at Dickerson Run. Mrs, O. P. Higbee of LOW-T Tyrone township, was calling on fn ndb Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howell were Pittsburg visitors Tuesday. Sour stomach, clogged up bowels, pimnles, blackheads, foul bieath, are evils of constipation. Hollisters Rocky Tea regrlates the bowels, purifies the stomacb, expels decay matter from system. Nature's wondrous herbs Positive results. 35c. Tea or tablets. Connellsville Drus; Co.--Adv. For a Man's Comfort Kirschbaum two-piece suits--offered in scores of a p p r o p r i a t e hot weather weaves and in models which are sanely and sensibly stylish. These garments are constructed without a needless ounce of material-skeleton lined--and yet tailored so that they will hold to their lines under the test of daily wear. And at these prices it is not alone a matter of comfort, but of positive economy to dress properly for midsummer days. $12 $13.50 $14 $15 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. l^it 1315, X B. Jtinchbdom Co. In all the new styles and colors. Up to P22.00 Dresses,. L'p to !$37.50 Dresses, ._ _ Ladies' Summer Suits . $12.75 $19.75 For quick action Saturday! "We have priced them at these ridiculously low figures: I'ji to $27.50 Suits _ ¥11.95 I'p to SI9.50 Suits .. $21.50 One lot of Ladies' Suits $lb.50 All sizes and colors. Ladies' New Summer Coats Will be displayed on Coat Racks at prices tliat you will agree are genuine bargains. lTl to $15.00 Coats . _... 9 7.95 L'p to $22.50 Coats $12.75 L'p to $42.50 Coats $2 (.50 Ladies" Vash Skirts at Attractive Prices. 11 Big Saturday Specials Boys' $1.00 7/? ,, Knee 1'ants _ .... « 'U'O Of mixed materials, si/,cs G to 17. A sood assortmen' of colors. Men's SI.00 Union Suits, Special -in short find long sleeve styles, si/cs C l to -31--of good white ma- tci lal 2.c Mennen's Borafed Talcum _ ... Th s ib a vt-ry big special. Ti'omeu's Taffeta A siiar.inlef-d ·waur-prool Um- bre'la that cannot be bought any- uiu'ie at il is price. Women'), S7.00 Oxfords Of Brown Kid, Louis hce', lace style. A genuine bargain. Children's $2.00 While Canvas l'\lJilJ)S ... Sizes 83£ to 31. One-s,trap Babj Doll style. $5-00 and SG.OO Ladies' Trimmed Hats Of Hemp, Milanb a:id Lisere, mmmed v,itli \or pietty Qo\vers and fanpjcs. Boys' $2.50 Middy Wash Suits Ladies' Lndermuslins Ladies' Undermuhlins Consisting of Gov.nb, Chemise, Princess Slips and Skirts. "Quick Suds*' Laundry Soap, a cake . Limned quantity. OK o«/t ..89 $1.95 4c We Arc Offering Unheard of Values in Our Shoe Department. It Will Pay You to Investigate. Our Men's Furnishing* Department As You Come in the Door, is Ofiering: Exceptional Values, Make Cs Prove It, ftftAAMVV%i^ftn!VVVb^V!tft»£UWmVKWi7^^ Under XCTV Slnnngetnent. A Clean Quiet Place for Your ratr.ilj to Eat. --o-Let Us Know Wiat You Wait and How You Waul IL --o-GOOD SCRVICB. --o-Sirs. C. J. Armstrong, Troii. TEY CUE CLASSIFIED ADS. ONLY Ic A WORD. BOTH PHONES !f;ccn ijFi.ti OPPOSITE fOST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE. PA. Case 3T24--Bcliool teaclior; Residence--KeaW tuoky, Bevere operation; ]e/t her weak, anae- mic, nervous low vitality Ph sic'a.n recom- flfifi mended Blo-feren. Two weeks' treatment ^·^ sho\v*d remarkable improvement Doctor ro- po r tcd, "Bio-feren had done wonders (or her." Another catc--Perrsvlvm inn, reports "I have taken about, cne-half of the Blo-ferrn pellets and must confess thit I feel Hire new." A Kontucklan woman savs. "I have taken. Elo-fercn nsqula.r'y and fce much benefit id I can use my a-ms TOU^ bettnr. . However, can not gtt my hands to my bond sufficiently to comb *ny haJr, but I 'eei that I will soon b» ablft 10 do that." You want th« vigorous health and ruddy beauty ihit J^ dependent on st-ength, nerves and red blood. Eventndi doci. Head those r^iwrts above, again Tou, too, If ou are draeced do\/n In. health, and strength because ot oversvorlt, worry, nerves, and oimilar causes ca.n rebuild health and Btreng-th wlfJi Elo-fcren. It is not a stimulant. It Is a. builder--a builder oj betier health Bio-feien (.ontalns some of the best Ingredients kr.o\.n to the medical world, and is indicated for the treittmeat ot run-dowii conoiUons due la e%erv?orh, worn, anaemia, melancholia, nervous debility, debility following liifertioas diseases, convalescence from acute fevers, etc. Thfcre is no aecret nor myfatery about Dio-feren. Every packace showa the elements it contains. AElc your phvaicJan about It, or lia-ve him write and we will rend M^~ complete fornula. And don't forivct that Blo-forti is cold only on condition that you w'!l rsiurn the empty pcUnsc and allow us to refund jCur purchase price if, for any rfoison, you arc r.ot fully satisfied. Please bear that In mind for it *s vcr" important Bio-feren sells at fl 00 for a larpe package Tour druggist cin supply you or we w ' l l scnrt it direct upon receipt of ?1 00 six p.tckac#K for- $600. Bhomd /ot. liitvo an; trouble in aecurlns It, The Senlaael Remedies Com- papj. Mr.sunlc Ten:rle, Cincinnati, Olaio. PETEY D!ZOi--Pcfc^s PInnco Cooled His Ardor T. A. VOIQHX DEAC.-- tsw'-r -- I'VE HOUE.

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