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June 26, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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. PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, COimfi^LSVTLLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JCXE 26, 191S. NEW HEAD NAMED FOR SCOTTDALE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Edgerton, Frin- rjr.iv. cipal at Crafton, is . '- Alan Chosen. SUCCEEDS PROF. L A. MARSH Other Teachers Are Elected at Meeting of School Board Last Mk-tt; ScotUUlo Savings i Xros! Co. Depository for Funds; Till Cxil Cellars The Courier. SCOTTDAJJE, June 26.--Tae school board- held s. busy session Monday evening, -with all the members but Robert Skemp, Vho is- at ?sew York, Bhtiadetphia and other eastern points in the; interest of the government, present. Tb.9 treasurer reported a balance -in th« .general fund ot $1,- SJ8.4S, and In. the-sinking fund, ?2,781. Mlra Mary E. ily«rs applied for the aeceseac7 papers to obtain a special teacber's permanent certificate. The bond lor Tai CoUeaor J. M. Steiner_»as fixed at J25.000. It was presented and accepted. Bids for interest on tb« daily balances were opened, Tb« - - Broadway National Bank bjd three per cent and the Seottdale Trust Compa.iy Md 3 S-4 per cent. Hie Scottdsle Trnst com- pan7 was made the* depository. It was asked to furnish, a bond ot $30,000. The work of installing tie heating plant in tile Chestnut street braiding ·was reported moving along at a satisfactory rate. John Stock was elected summer janitor, and Kramer Bb- erhardt janitor at the hish school building, iliss LaeiHe Glenn was secured as teaoher ot English and history, in the high school. .Miss Glenn will tafce the place of Miss "Viola Simpson, who did act apply. The resignation of Prof. L. Alden Marsh, supervising principal of the schools, was read and accepted. Mr. Marsh has · accepted a profer-sorship at the Indi- ·ana staid normal. J. Howard Edger- town, lor a number of years principal of tie high school at Crafton. was elected to tace his place. Mr. Edgerton will be here about a month before school opens to take up his new duties. At the present time he is situated in Greene county, where he has the supervision of boys' farm work. Mrs. Ulery, teacher of arts, [asked to be j-eleased, as she goes to IGreensburg. Mrs. G. F. -Vlalick was lelected in her place. Mrs. Anna {Wooster was elected attendance of\fleer. Tuesday. September 3, was 'named as the opening dati for school. 'There has been no manual training ;nor science teacher elected yet. The. property and op iration committees ( asked that the supply of winter coal be laid in now in compliance with the government's request. Kitclien Shower. Miss Ruth Frye on M»nday afternoon gave a kitchen sboner for Miss Florence Hurst who, on Thursday erenir? will become t'le bride of Haven Dawson. The -wedding will be performed in the Presbyterian, church here. Takes I'p Jied Cross Work. Miss Margaret East, daughter of Mrs. Margaret East of th.s place, has resigned her position as -welfare nurse at the Lambert works cf the H. C. Frick Coke company, where she has speoj. the past two years hi that position, and will leave Friday morning for Boston, where sbe will take four months' special training for field Bed Cross work. Miss East is a graduate of tie Children's hospital at Washington, D. C., having taken, a tour years' --e«urse-o£ training there. ... Held Social Session. The Daughters of Isabel on Monday evening held a social session in the Knights or Columbus hall. .Refreshments were served and a very pleasant evening was spent -. rre* tarts. Tomorrow,' Thursday, all of our show windows -will be Mica with July clearance sale bargains selected from oar-"large and most seasonable stock -ot summer goods, proving again that ."buying most, we buy for less--sell- Ing most, we sell for loss." To en' courage early buying we will give 'absolutely free to the first 50 customers entering our store Thursday morning, the opening day of our July clearance sale, a valuable gift package or seasonable merchandise. Doors open at 9 A. M. Bndiner's Broadway Ladles' Store, as you get oft-the car.--Adv. Personal. Mrs. James Gray oi Unioatown, spent the week-aid with Mrs. Margaret Sast and Mrs. Luther Cope. MrsrHoward-MeMeckin of Hazelton, is the guest of friends liere. · Professor aad Mrs. J. Alden Marsh _ _and family are visiting friends at --Vaian City. Mrs-^towata Phillips and Miss Alma Dannecker of Meyersdale, delegates to the Bp-worth League convention at Perryopolis. stopped off and .are the giiests-'of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. ''DeWitt, " Mrs. William Mobis'and son Teddy of New York, are the guests of Mr. - -·aad.xrrsr-jT;k i -Bu'rton.~ · Mrs. .Thotoas- Browittkild and son, Thomas,-· Jr;,-and Mrs. Briie Kiefer, are .spending.a few days at Indiana normal, "whore Miss Edna Kiefer israduatcs this year. You Can Help ' I 'ELEPHONE service is an important agency 1 in die country's war program. The use and demands for telephone service have increased tremendously. The great task which we, as a part of the National machinery, are shouldering is being carried forward successfully; but we may serve st.H more broadly if the public will co-operate in its use of telephone service as it is co-operating in the conservation af food and in the ptevencion of w»*te. Ycu will observe that the operator repeats the number. This is so you may correct her if she has misunderstood. If she repeats it correctly, please say "Yes" or"Riqht"; if incorrect!-,, tell her the correct number before she completes the connection. Telephone users can prevent waste of time, service and telephone facilities generally if they will always make'sure of the telephone number before calling and make sure that the operatot has understood. Wrong number calls and the possible tie-up, of telephone equipment over unnecessarily long periods will thus be avoided. TOX CENTRAL BISTIUCT TEl.KT'HOnrE CO.. E. T PATTERSON. Local Manafier. Confluence. CONFLUENCE, Juno 26.--Walter Hackney of Homestead, is visiting his j uncle, E. E. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wright and titree children of Cereal, who wore j visiting MTS. Wright's parents, Mr and Mrs, 'William Roibcr, have returned home. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Wright's sister, Mr- William Burnwo.-th and daughter Loutee, who will Tisit a few days. | Mrs. Harry Brown and Miss Eva Brown Trent to Connellsnlle ycstcr-1 day to visit friends. Robert Watson, who recently returned from Indiana State Normal, i wirere he was a student, is spending , | a pleasant vacation at the home of his \ parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Watson, i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fisher, who were visiting friends here, have re-[ tamed to their home in Conaellsvine. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bro-an and two children have returned to their hor-if in Pitt3barg after visiting fnend.- here Cor several days. Milton Artici has returned to Can 1 ; Meads after visiting friends at Sol bysport, Md., for several days. Mrs. Charles McMillen was her. yesterday on her way to her home in Listonburg. after a visa: of sever.V days with friends in ConneLsville. W. S. Bowers, who is a patient i« Frantz hospital following a severe operation, is improving at this writing. CONFLUENCE, June 25.--The ehau- i tauqua is on in f u l l force. The en- I ter-amments are fine, the attendance 1 good and everything moving along very well. .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wright anil two children of Cereal, are visiting Mrs. "Wright's parents, Mr. and Mr'. William H. Re4ber. Ralph Glover of Johnson Chape . is the possessor of a new Ford touring car. Calvin Ankeny ot Harnedsville, was here yesterday on his way to Somerset on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowlen and son of Burgettstown, who were visiting Mr. Bowlen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Bowlen, have returned home. Miss Mary Nedrow has gone to I Cumberland, Mi, to visit her friend, | Mrs. James Valentine. Calvin Brawn of Dawson, visited i his" mother, Mrs. James R. Broirn,' here over Sunday. I ·Mrs. JVank Koontz and two children ot near Uniontown, and Mrs. J, L. Blosser of Point Marion, are -visiting their father, Mr. T. L. Hall, here. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown and two children of Pirtaburg, are visiting friends here and at Listonburg at present. N. F. 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It costn bnt little ar.d yon can get an original package at any druggist anywhere. Tafce two tablets after each roeal and ono at bedtime--seven a day for seven days--then ono after meaia till all are gone. Then if you don't fool twice as good, look twice as attractive and Ceel twice as Btrong as before you (tarted, your money is waiting for you. It belongs to you. Cor the discoverer of Blo-fnren doesn't want ono penny of it unk-Bs It fulUs all claims. frote to PhysJclanert Thera Is no secret aboot the formula of Blo-feren, It Is printed on every package. Here It Ja: Lecithin; Calcium Olyccro-phos- phate; Iron Feptonate; Manga neae Peptonate' Bit. Nux Vomlca; Powd. Gentian; Phenalphthalein; Oleoresla Capsicum; Kola, A healthful tebte drink that war corkJHions jnake excepiionafiy proper PQSTWI PROFESSIONAL NURSE Tolls TVliat to Do to Begaln Strength After Sickness. New York City.--"I am a professional nnrse--the grippe and brou- cllial pneumonia left me with a cough and in a depleted, anaemic condilaoTi and no appetite. I cannot take cod I liver oil in any other form than in Vinol and in a short time after taking it mj" appetite improved, my cough left me, I gained strength and weight. Tat 3s why I recommend Vino! lo others."--Miss E. M. Walker, R. N., 35 W. 38th St. Ic is the Beef and Cod Liver Peptones aided by the iron and manganese peptonates and glycerophos- phates contained in Vinol whach makes it so wonderfully successful. I/aughrey Drag Co., Connellsyille; D. C. Eason, Dunbar, and druggists ererrwihere.--Adv. Come and See IKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 9'to 133'N PITTSBUR St.j CONNELLSVILLE' Connellsville's Greatest Store I The Greatest Event Featured This Season TH E VALUES! Why there isn't a manufacturer in the country who could or would duplicate these garments at the price you can buy them for in this Sensational Sale. Yes you'll find Suits, Coats and Dresses that would be big values at $10 to $25 more than we ask at this sale and would be only a fair price under present conditions. Whether you want garments for town or vacation wear take advantage of this extraordinary sale. Ilenrick-Kopner. Miss Birdella M". Herwick, daughter of Mrs. Ella Berwick, of South Pitts- bnrg sireat, and Charlrs Ray Kcpner of Seottdale, were quietly married yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the parsonage of the United Presby- !er:an church, Rev. \V. J. Evorharr,; the pastor, officiating. The bride, who was graduated from the Con- ne'llsville hi^ti school, a member of , Uie class of li)ll, will cOrnt.nue in t h e ' j employ of the P. R. De.MuOi Sons I until the close of the war The bride- , groom is with the aviation section at' Langley Field, Hampton. V.i. He was granted a ten-day furlough, v,hich empires on Monday, After :he cero-.' mony Mr. and Mrs. Kepner motored : u Pitts-burg for a few days' visit. 6 BEU.-ANS Hot water Sure Relief Are the Best Values of All at $19.95, $24.95 and $32.50 3 Suits Formerly Sold at $25.00 up to $50.00. The smart Suits are of Serges, Tricotines, Checks and Gabar- liines and are featured in this sensational u n d u i priced offe-ing-- the season's smartest styles, including belted and chic tailored models in Black, Xavy and Light colorings for women and misses to choose from. For Women and Misses A splendid collection of sty- lish summer frocks for vacation or street wear. Hundreds of styles to choose from. Materi- als are Voiles, Plaids and Plain Ginghams and figured Lawns in light anc dark colors. Tailor- j ed and beautifully trimmed 1 dresses are featured. Exccp- j tional values at $3.85 up to ! $10.95. One of the smart practical type that you can wear on any and all occasions--soft summer-like Velours, Poplins, elegant Serges and Tweeds--more than twenty-five styles, all sizes, hi this sale at $15 up to $27.50. ?1.00 Waists Of fine white Voile, all crisp new- summer models , 7Q/» I i/v $1.00 Corset Corers Combinations, or Muslin Drawers Petticoats 59c $1.00 White Silk Gloves It's doubtful if ever yo seen better values than these . .._ | $1.50 House Dresses ! A collection of the daintiest Dresses that will win the favor of the women. They are exquisitely made. .._ Proml*« to keep Teeth clean: to bclp care ana- sitlve. bleeding uma, . . . . AND DOES Ask your Dentist. On sale For Style Plus Value--For Variety I'lus Charm See the "ewest To have the prettiest hat in the city for the money is always the standard we work for in this line. Even to the point of sacrificing all profit sometimes. At this time \ve are snowing smart Georgette, all White Milan Hats, flo-wer- trimmed Leghorns, stunning all black hats, large picturesque hats, dignified bats for older women. Hats in every color. Hats for every occasion--at $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 up to $12.50. For Children A real bargain for thp kiddies in fashions that are most winsome-and the price is one-third less than the real value of the Coats. The fast that they are samples--only one or two of a kind explains the low prices--it also explains the beauty of fabrics and dair.ty workmanship. Coats for the children of -i to 11 years, in all the newest models and cute as can be. Come and see the Coats. $10.00 Coats 57.50 $ 9.00 Coats ,, $6 0 $ 7.50 Coats - _ _...,, $5 00 . ? 5.00 Coals ...,, S3.03 $ 3.95 Coats $2.64 $1.50 White Wash Skirts--Clever styles of w'iite linens and gabardines, trimmed with real buttons, large pockets ·2."c Women's Stockings--A timely sale of lisle -finish Stockings, black only, all sizes, THE =3 =4- Friday Is Coupon Day And Final Windnp of Our DOUBLE THE SALES IN JUNE Watch for our Ad. in Thursday's papers--41 big specials. Be sure to clip the Coupons. Just Over the Bridge Connellsvnie (West Sloe) Cairoli Battery Co. A Factory Trained Battery San. READ THE COURIER. BOTH PHONES OPPMAM'5 TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLF., PA. READ THE COURIER. 100 5. Pittsburgh St.

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