The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 27, 1918 · Page 8
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June 27, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT. i-HE D41LY COURIER. OONNELLSVITJJE. PA. THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1918. XITIOXAI 1EAGUE. Yesterdaj's Results. Chicago 1; St. Louis 0. .Naw York 9; Boston 1. Philadelphia 1; Brooklyn 0. Fittsburg-Cincinnati--wet grounds. Standing of the Clubs. "W." L. Pet. ..Chicago 40 17 .707 .New York _3g 19 .667 Boston. 29 31 .483 ·J'illadelphia TUtsburg _ Cincinnati iBrooklrn St Louis -27 29 .482 _25 SI .446 _24 33 .421 _23 S3 .411 _21 34 .382 Schedule. ;Ftt»sbnrg at St. Louis. Chicago at Cincinnati. New York at Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. AHEBICJLS Besnlts. New York 3; Boston 1. Chicago 3; Detroit 0. 'Washington 3; Philadelphia 2. -Cleveland 5; 9t Louis 4. ..St Louis 4; Cleveland 2. Starting ol the Clubs. 'Barton New York 'Clereland , 37 37 33 .Chicago :--_ St. Lotiis -- ·.Detroit : Philadelphia L. 26 25 20 29 33 33 27 Pct. .587 .576 .561 .516 ,491 .46$ .421 .362 Today's Schedule. : Chicago .at Detroit. Boston at New Tort Philadelphia at "Washington. Of Little Boy. Had Ugly Blotches For 3 Months, Had To Put Cloths On Hands, Used One Cake Soap and Two Boxes Ointment Which Cost Only $1.25, · "My little boy's face and neck were diafijfured tor over three months with \3g\y blotches. The general appearance was in a rash, and the skin was red and sore. He always wanted to scratch, *zd I was- compelled to pot ckrth* on bi» bands at night. His lace looked like a piece of meat, "I h*d him treated but it did no food. I was told to send for a free ·ample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I did so, and afterwords bought more, and I used two boxes of CutScma Ointment with one cake of Cuticor* Soap and be was healed." (Signed) Mra.Hettie Thompson, 2803 Reese St., Pixila., Sept. 15, 1S17. When Cuticurm baa cleared your skin of -pimples and redness keep it clear by using the Soap assisted by Ibe Ointment lor erery-day toilet purpose*. - nothing better. cwd: '*Cvii««t».D«*t. R.Bowo-ou" Sold everywhere. So*p25c. Ointa FeimsviHe Girl Becomes Brid« t)i California Business Kan. .':." "A 4ttlet but pretty home v/eddiag *"iras that o(. Miss Nelle Beatrice K'."Sounlun,Jaugb.ter ot Mrs. Prank ;;.;SbuDfcin.."6£ the .West Side, formerly i o( "Pennsville," arid Edward Gregg 7-Wlley of -California, Ea., solemnized i^lasi evening at 6-o'cloclt In.the home .^bf- t'ae-bride'-s broth*r-in-law and sis- j Ater, Mr. and .Mrs. Dick Sherrick ir.j VSbuth Seventh street. "P.'est Side. Rev. j ^·Jwilbur Nelson, pastor of the First; · ; '' - 3aptist ··church, officiated, using the ·',':ftag "service. Owing to the recent yideiith of. the bride's father, tie wed- yiling was very quiet, the gusst list iffacludicg only members of the two .; families. There were no attendant:. '^The "bride wore a haadome gown of V-Tfliite crepe-de-chine, "beaded and 'VIa.ee trimmed, aad a co'sage of white £'jo3e buds. Following the ceremony ; beautifully appoiated wedding din- C^tier was served. Covers for 15 were ..laid. The table was centered » J .th a ^ilarge French basket of sweet peas J-.'aad roses, in Dresden effect, caught iltltn pink tnlle. Red roses were used| ^Jn the parlor, where the ceremony ; ".-'.vaB performed. .i'- The bride resided at Pennsville for j :'a nnmber of years and is wjdelv a n ' l j favorably knov.'n in that community. 1 i She- also has a number of friends in ^.CosncHireille. Since the deatl: of ;.'f.er father she and her mother have iresided at the Sherrick home. The ilriJegroom is connected with the Vesta Cda3 company at California,' *; Pa. The following wpre present. M r . ' ',xc Mrs. H. G. Whitsett and son.' ~ Walter, of Eustis, Fla.l Mr. and Mrs. i f Charles Detwilrr and Miss Cora: Rfcbey. Ponnsrille: .Mrs. ifalissa! Wiilcy. California. Pa., mother of t b s ) bridesroom; Mrs. Frank Younfcm.' mother of tic bride. Mr. .ami Mrs. Dick Sh?rric!\ and daughter, and .Mis.s ; JEUizabeth Curry. Today Mr. "Wiley j KnA bride and Mr. and Mrs. Die!; I PJicrrick motored tD Pittsburg. Upon} their- return Mr. and Mrs. Wiley n-.;i! j go- to California. Pa., to resid?. "GOVERNMENT PRICE" Defined by Fnei Administration to 3leaa the Haxinmm Price. In order to clear away any misunderstanding that may have been caused by use of the words "Government prices" in connection vrilh coal-supplied railroads, and explaining that any shipper may sell coal for less than, the government price. United States Fuel Administrator Harry A. Garfleld issued the following state- ] ment: "It is represented to me that a mis- ! apprehension nas arisen in certain i quarters as to the moaning of the | ·words "Government price" used in the press notice issued by the Fuel Administration and approved by the Di- ! rector General of '.Railroads 011 May 24. The government prices for coal i are maximum prices, and it foLIov,-«, ds a matter of course, that any consumer, including the railroads, may purchase for less than the govern- 1 .] raent price, provided it is mutually · agreeable. "The preferential car stipply 3i; been discontinued and will not be a ' consideration oC the contract or understanding." Vegetable* Make Good Munition With Which to Fi^bt tbc K»ker. Complete iactructioas lor war ya r 3*a* n ff will be sent to tb* m*dt3°3- of thi* pa{er Hpon application to the N»- Hcrtal W»r GafJcn Cotnrmnionr Wash-' i , D. C M encioiutf two-cent f WELL, It's Good Here is one big table of fine soft straws, including Toyos, Panamas and other popular styles--all in the handsomest of braids and new shapes-which we are going to sell at ONE-THIRD OFF They used tocost you $1.50 to $6.00. Now it's $1.00 to $4.00. Which Is SOME SATING when you stop to think that it's only June and there's a whole summer of straw-hat weather yet to come. Mayie yoa've already bought a hat. All rigir;, well and good. Here's your chance to boy another, for you probably will buy another before the season's over. If you haven't had a new straw yet this yeJ;r, here's the chance you've been waiting for. AUTO f /W Mlfintf* OlFTT'Pt* ONE LOT MEN 3 SUITS Worth Today $25.00 Choice Choice We don't want ?cm to get the wrong Idea iibont these Suits. There aren't a whole lot of them, and not all are new this season. They consist of broken lots in mostly small sizes, of wtrcrj there is always an accumulation in every busy clothing store. Not all sizes in thu lot. but if your size is here--Oh. Boy, what value. Some Time This Summer You or the Boys Are Going to Need-- --Toll Crcn (Xreral)5, good quality, plain blue, $2.50 garment. --FrJl fror 0«rnlls_ stiTel stripe. ?2J. r i garment. --"Onr Own -Hake- OTcrails, $1.50 garment, --Onion Suit Overalls, $3.90 each. --HOTS' Overalls, flOc, We, $1-00 each. -- Bojs' Sllp-Overs, $U» each. -- Boys' Khaki Pants, $1.25 to 51.SO pair. --Wen's Work Fants, $2.50. ilcn's Khatl Pants, $1.25 to -- Work Caps l,"c to 5Dc. -- Dress Pouts np to $10. Bay IVar Savings Stamps--Sare Gold Bond Stamps. A prcpanUosfar ratocue Mtanl color to gray 09 focd bur, far remoriox dtarirnff ud ·· · niran^ ·inc. la not · d}«. GeMtnii nieo bottln at » Ou «xd Gotnlind W I 3 C E H * . ex. liva zd Wood 1'oolz. COMMERCIAL TBCCKS. GAf^r Xrncfes, x to 3i ton*, IXitan ** S to 7 44 i Colier SpcclBl, 3f ton, trith Sutler ; Geneva 4i Vi ton Runabout i Trucks of ftll kinds for EAffiD MACEEffiBT CO. Pitubotzb. E*. (WESTSIDE) THE H00SB5EEPEK;S EXPENSE KECOED. When the housekeeper pays her bills by check she has a record of the amount, to whom and for what p;ud. Women appreciate the safety, convenience and economy of payment by check on the Union National Bank. Your Checking Account is cordially invited. CMOS 3fATIOSA1 BASE, ConnellSTllIe. Meyersdale. j". MEYERSDALE, June .25.-- Mr. and Mrs. tklward Stahl and two obildro:ij .of Alcron, O., are £ue3ts at the home ; ;of -thsir relatives, -Mr. and Mrs. I,3"i I .jfj^ D«al of Center street. :';:.MJss Margaret Damico ir- I3omo[ ..from Indiana Slate Normal schojl; i'wbere she graduated with honors! ·this week. : ? "Robert Smith was transacting b'.is-j :iiie3s in Frostburg on Tuesday. ··'.·.-Sir?.. James Daugherty and Mis. :Bbbsrt Gloss of Versailles are visil- ,!aK relatives and friends here for sev-j .isial days. I : .Her. J.-J. Brady was visiting i^ · Jotnstown on Tuesday. I jT'-'aHw. George Miller and three cb.il- j jdren bave returned from Johnstown ; ijrhere they visited relatives. ' j TnMrs. S. Luceute went to thft AUc- : OTny .hospital in Cumberlanil on Mon- i'day. .where % she will take treatment. ; "jiTMiss Mattie Kendall of Homestead j :fe.a-guea at the home of her brother! Shd sister-in-law, " Mr. and Mrs. S. A. j Kendall. ' . - . . " . ' : j i.,'Miss""EIizabctli Haager of Connells-. Srlile and Mrs. Lewis Burke of Johns- i 'jtown are visiting their parents. Mr. j ·lid Mrs. C. B. Hanger. : £· Mrs. -Elizabeth Cox. Mrs: Michael: Keegan and Mrs. "William Hay have . returned from Clarksburg. "v%~. Va., where they dad been visting relatives; and- friends. i \- Try our classified advertisements, j You Are Jusi As Old i; As You Feet Most lcrlook old if yen T*QHccepnp yasr Mood ac9 nerra t OTCM with ___ · f^ DR. CHASE'S BloodastNerve Tablets " ' , run down from ov«nrorlc. vorrr or d". ««w th»Imn,NuxVorai»,G«ntian»iMi jther W«i«fc Tc«r«lf Brf»re Taking "VT TE know- yon feet more mileage \\f from. Firestone Cord Tires than from others. That's why "we recommend them. Here are the features that we find ive the extra mileage: Numerous -walls of stout cords. Pttre gum separates cords and prevents friction. Extra thick cushion layer of pure £um under 'tread absorbs shocks and protects inner body of tire. Toujjh, thick, resilient tread. Bead, 'which holds tire in rim, strongly reinforced, as is also the side wall. Hine or bending point of tire thrown hifeh where strain nas least effect. Result, Most Miles per Dollar. Firestone Red Tubes stand up to the hardest driving for the longest time. Antimony cure and laminated construction are two of the important reasons. And be sure to see the Firestone O»rd section whan you come in. Wells-Mais Motor Car Co. · Tou can inspect our stock of room-size Rugs today and find pretty much the same attractive collection of neat patterns and beautiful colorings you have always been accustomed to find at this store. That is because we took time by the forelock and ordered tremendous stocks early. So much for today. But what of tomorrow? Many mills have been taken over by the government, and what Bugs are manufactured will be at a greatly increased price. These are the conditions our buyers must face when present stocks are exhausted. And it means that onr next stock will .of necessity foe much higher priced. The Rugs on hand today are without exception, priced 25% and even more under today's actual value. Surely this fact is suggestive to anyone anticipating the purchase of. new rngs in the Fall. The Following Prices Are Suggestive of the Many Splendid RUG Values That Await You HERE and NOW. 4 Tapestry Rugs, 11-3x12 ft $35.00 9 Arminster Rags, 11-3x12 ft. $55.00 B Body Brussels Rugs, 11-3x12 ft. $55.00 2 Wilton Rugs, 11-3x12 ft $70.00 2 Wilton Rugs, 11-3x12 ft. $80.00 3 Wilton Rugs, 11-3x5 ft. $110.00 6 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 ft $38.75 8 Body Brussels Rags, 9x12 ft $40.00 9 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 ft. $60.00 14 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 ft. ._. $70.00 4 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 ft. $75.00 10 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 ft. $90.00 15 Axminster Rugs; 9x12 ft $45.00 7 Brussels Rngs, 9x12 ft ' $20.00 22 Brussels Rugs, 9x12 ft. S25.00 2 Brussels Rugs, 9x12 ft $32.M Other Rugs, Large and Small Priced in Proportion One Lot of Transparent Brim Plats That Sold for $8.50 to $ JO-HOW $6.95 These models are oew this Summer and in most excellent style, being exceedingly popular everywhere with, well dressed women. Next to the substantial saving, the best thing about these hats is the splendid variety of choosing they a£- Eord you. Some hape tapestry crowns; some have velvet crowns; and - some have lisere crowns;--while ribbons, flowers and fancy feathers are used as trimmings. And, we aright add, they are most delightful. These popnlar colors--brown, navy, and black. Taffetas for Cool Summer Dresses, Special at $1.65 and $2.00 the Yard No woman, needs to be told -what useful sort of frocks are made from these silks, and now comes the opportunity of choosing from some fresh, new shipments, priced almost as low as today's wholesale cost- In the case of black taffeta -at $1.65 a yard, 36 inches wide, we would not be able to duplicate it at all. It is a fine soft quality, nice for either dresses, blouses or linings. The colored taffetas are all $2.00 ayard and are particularly good. They are in light as well as dark shades and are 35 inches wide. We strongly advise any woman who will need such silis to buy them now while all the shades are here, and while prices are no higher. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% ot» Every $100 You Spend--Save Them. BECOME AN EXl'EKT SAVER An account with the Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania will prove valuable to you. The safety afforded and liberal interest allowed are good incentives for regular deposits, thus helping you to become an expert saver. Thia is the only bank in this community paying 4% interest on Savings Aci counts. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE 10c --TODAT-- WORLD PRESENTS KITTY GORDON IN "THE INTERLOPER" SUPPORTED BY IITWTX CUMMINS. A big, smashing, forceful picture, crammed wilh intense dramatic action and powerfully telling a tremendously interesting, deligiitfully entertaining story. ·ALSO THE UNIVERSAL WEEKLY AND A GOOD COMEDY. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. --FE1DAT JDTD SATURDAY-THE "WORLD'S "MOST BEAUTIFUL BURGLAR." THE STAR WHO CAPURED THE NATION. A STORY OP MELODRAMATIC DARING. ALL ARE COMBLNBD IN THE GOLDWY.N PICTURE, MADGE KENNEDY IN "THE DANGER GAME" ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. iiuw*ftH«ftjMWiro»wvwavv^^ -TOTHT-- Suppose you wanted a career--you married with an agreement that you were to live with perfect freedom--and your husband grew tired of tue bargain. See MARGARITA FISHER IN "·THE SQt.VKE DEAL" Also "The Screen Telegram" and a Good Comedy. --FRIDAY AN!) SATURDAY-PAULINE FREDERICK IN "3T.KS. "HAKE'S DEFKXSE" Monday and Tuesday, July 1 and 2-rCnarlie CaapUn in "A Dog's Ufe »

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