The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 28, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 28, 1918
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FRIDAY, JTJXE 28, 191S. THE PAILT COURIER, CONNEI*LSVHJLE. PA. PAGE FIYS r HEWS OF THE DAY - AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Three Local Men to Build Refrigerator Plants in France. SOI5S03T THKATRE. WILL LEAVE SOON FOR OVERSEAS Brats Ktea's associated players who hfive been playing at tile Soissoit the past week presenting farces and i comedies have become I so popula"-' · with cbe patrons taht the manage-' ment has found it necessary to hold § them over for another Week. Tbreu bills presented so far have met -with the approval of the ' CoBnellsYill* theatre going public. This is ac-! counted for from the fact that the ! offerings are clean and refined, up- j to-the-minute, fuil of^ laughs and eac» member of the company is an i artist.) Today's offering is a new | Wl!li«» Sortie is Co«miMlO!,«d a ""f* e " tltled _ " Br ""» n S' i ^M . . , ,,.. . . . Out." Both singing and dancing w i l l , Lieeteont and James Fikparnck be lntro(Juced ,, n thla Comc6y , Next Is Serteant in Same Company; John week there urill be special artisn i ClMU HusHand Third of X umber. ] £rom :he best ranks of vaudeville ro i strengthen the show, and there will Special to The cou.ier I be presented three good films to MOUNT PLEASANT, June 28 -- ' amuse those patrons who enjoy a Mount Pleasant is to have three o f , S° od screen play and comedy. her townsman in the refrigerating · crew that will leave Washington, D WJIPHBUJI THEARTKE. C., shortly to erect refrigerators in | France and other foieisn countries. "MRS. DANE'S DEFENSE."--'Is a -"William Kuehlc, sou of Frank Koehle, i realistic i roblerq piny featuring! whv has beec m Milwaukee lor some i Pauline Frederick and show a woman | tiaa and has "set refrigarators W | Quoted to the, last stand, straining I practically all oi the cantonments in , « T( «y nerve to hide the deceit of her j tnte country, has been made a first llfe - and finally succumbing In a most lieutenant for overseas duty. James hun) an way. it tells the stoiy o f ; Fitzpatrick oJ Diamond street is,Felicia Hindemarsh, a young rad home on furlough and will be a ser- ' lovel r Koverness who has lived in geaat io this company. John Elmer j t h e hon e of the Trents in Vienna, Husband of Mam street was inducted and °* Mr - Trent's unwelcome at- "mto this service several weeks ago. tentions from the first day. After a struggle shi: arrives at a little coi«- Next Wednesday they will organize at Washington, D. C., to leave for overseas. AH Day Sewing. The E Red Cross unit held an all- day sewing ?.nd picnic in the bixck try station in Canada with her baby boy jn her anus and is directed to the home of Mrs. Lucy Dane, her cousin, who is a confirmed invalid. After telling her story she asks Mrs. y~rd of Miss Viola Stevenson yester- Dane for aii Th e I»«w agrees to ,j3j. - [settle a very substantial fortune oo Class Holds Picnic. Mrs. Robert Burkholder's Sunday school class hiked to the Ferguson farm, south of town, yesterday - :md picnicked there for the day. Personal Mrs. Fields and daughter of Eagle street have gone to Melcroft to spend a month. Mrs. l*yman Shirey and son, "Wilmer, of New Stanton are the guests of her sister. Mrs. Joe Sullenberper. |" ·William Palmer of Port Sheridan Illinois Supply Company, -40th Infantry, Is the guest of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Joe Sullenberger. Palmer, -who is » Spanish American TTar veteran, ex- pectes to leave soon for Italy to be on duty. MDN'T CARE WHAT HAPPENED · x "I became a physical wreck from ''stomach trouble and was a fit subject only for the operating table or graveyard. Being discouraged, I gave way to drink, which made things worse. I got so I didn't care what happened, and wanted to die. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has cured me of everything. Am now in fine condition and feel 25 years younger." 3t is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the eatarrhal mucus from tr-e intestinal tract and allays the laflamamtion cauges practically all stomach, liTerand intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One sose -will con- rince or money Clarke.--AdT. refunded. A. A. Aft THE FABAMOO'T. her and when she dies leaves Felicia her name as ^ell. SILL FLIRTED WH A GRAVE riUibnrg Jfaa Fnqaently Fainted and Had to Be Taken t* Hospital. "I'll tell you the truth, if I knew this Tanlac was not going to be sold any more, I would try to buy every bottle on that counter over there be- tore I left here today," said W. J. Sill at the drug store in Plttsburg, Pa., where Tanlac is being introduced. -Mr. Sill lives at 1206 Magnolia, Street, North Side, and Is connected with the New York Dye Works, « 528 Penn Avenue. "Before I began taking it," he continued, "I weighed many pounds less than I ever weighed. Today I got on i the scales and tipped them 10 pounds | more than I have weighed in 12 i months or more. That's exactly what' two bottles of Tanlac did for me. Just i look at me. I'm filling these trousers | rapidly. j "About two years ago I commenced j havh'g stomach trouble and !· kept gettiag worse until I began having I regular attacks of acute indigestion. "When these attacks came on me, and | they were 'usually accompanied by ' nervous spells and dizziness, I would ' just swell up out of all proportion and j become as limp as a rag. My breath , would get short and my pulse so weak I was afraid my heart woulc. stop' beating. I have become unconscious I on the street numerous times and had i to be taken to the hospital. I trtl yon I was flirting with my grave, and would have been in it it it hadn't been ' for Tanlac. Tanlac is now sold here by the _ . "THE DANGER GAME."-- In which I Connellsville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dun- at D . c . Bason's Drug Store.-- Ady. ACCOUJfT. Tie Bank Qten Modem Conreiienee l»r People Earning Xoney. A checking -account may be made very useful, if the depositer regards as a means for making his financial affairs more systematic. Open a checking account witb the Citizens' National Bank and deposit your Madgo Kennedy is seen in an entirely t different characterization, is being shown today. Again she is found !*. ·ociety environment with every opportunity to wear the charming Individual gowns for which she is famous. Miss Kennedy appears as ""Clytis, a wilful daughter of the rich, with a flair for literature. Imagining that she has but to write a book to find heraelf famous, with the world I waiting for another masterwork. Ons ' critic scores her book harshly, paying that such a heroine as Clytie created could Htmmatea Md an'^r.'ClyJte detem- j °L 7 ° ur finaacial "-auctions. We | to get even with evervbody. So offer prompt accurate banking serv- , she tells a suitor. LeHoy Hunter, that i £;; . Thls ba ° k s lo ^ ted at *» N ° rth j she will marry him secretly. But at ^" , Art " fte last moment the impulsive sirl g cenincate.--AOT. change's her mind and escapes. "The . Danger Game" is the strongest piayj " J°» Arc ««·"« Bargah* ever assigned to ( Miss Kennrfy and Read "" ad»ertiseing columns of The the part of Clytie is the r.uly d r a 1 Dal1 ^ Conner. Tou will find them, matic role she has erer essayed. Yet "· the play is such a clever nurture o f , Y °u should take a thoro. purifying melodrama and comedy that excite-1 cleansing laxative once each month nwnt suspense, heart *hrobs und Decay matter^ in the stomach ant" smiles follows one inothcr in rapid bowels generates poisons that go to every ptirt of yonr body unless re- moved.--Holhster's Rocky \Jountai* K d never go through "the c , ome ' payl f,f expenses by check, so et forth Tn the novel. [h , at you *'" *TM f con ""f te recor(l - Buy War Savings Stamps Our Government Asks You to Help Store Open Saturday Till 9 P. M. liny all the Thrift Stomps r, you can afford. Let tlic cliil drud buy them. Special for Saturday 9x12 Matting Rugs, very pretty designs 6 ft. Matting Rugs Special Saturday $5.95 59c Saturday, June 29th, Last Day TO DOUBLE THE SALES IN JUNE Saturday the last day for the final decision TO DOUBLE THE SALES IN JUNE, has caused all departments -throughout our store to offer exceptional big bargains FOR ONE DAY ONLY. Up to $25,00 Ladies' Stunning high class models t obe offered to women who come to this store Saturday, at $11.50. Snmmery Taffeta Suits, Silk lined Check Suits, fine Gabardine Suits, light colored Serge Suits Wool Jersey Sport Suits. All sizes, all colors, including blues and blacks in this lot at $11.50. Other special values in Suits, $18.5fl, $24.50, aud $20.50. $2.50 Children's White Canvas Shoes, button styles, sizes to 11, B-| Special Saturday _ «P !-· Extraordinary Sale of Values up to $25.00 Just the kind you need lor cool evenings now and later in the Fall. All styles, sizes for women, misses, juniors and stouts, in all t}^e wanted colors and materials. Special Saturday, $12.75. Other special values in Coats, $1«.7,1, $19.75, $24.50 and $2fl.!)5. Women's White Kid Boots, lace style, Louis heel, all sizes, Special for Saturday A Wonderful Sale of Ladies' Trimmed Hats Brand new Georgette Crepes, White Milans, Black Liseres--200 of the smartest, the prettiest, the most amazing val ues we have offered this season. $3.95 Up to $10.00 Values, Special Up to $ 5.00 Ladies, Trimmed Hats $2.95 Up to $10.50 Ladies' Trimmed Hats S7-90 Up to ? 8.00 Ladies' Trimmed Hats $5.05 Sensational Sale of Stunning New Up to $22.50 Value All brand netr. Are fashioned from beautiful Taffetas, Satins and Crepe de Chines. Many with georgette sleeves and snowy collors of satin, Special $12.75. $19.75 Up to $29-50 Ladies' Silk and Georgette Dresses A mosl beautiful selection nf colors and styles-of crepe de chine," taffetas, and other wanted materials, $19.76. HUNDREDS OF NEW STYLES BLOUSES $2.50 and $3.00 Striped Tub Silks, plain and satin striped Voile, with large and small collars, lo wand high fl»nl neck styles, Saturday Special «P J-« One lot of Ladies' Crepe de Chine and Georgette Waists, in all the new summer styles and colors, Special ,,. $3.95 Men's Furnishings Boys' Athletic Nainsook Union Suits 69c Men's $1.00 Summer Union Suits 89c Men's 50c all pure Silk Hose 29c Boys' $1.00 Knee Pants. Special 78c Saturday is Children's Day at The Big Store Children's Gingham Dresses, in plain stripes and checks, 6 to 14 yrs. Infants' Short Dresses of white embroidery, high or square yoke ' trimmed, Special 50c Infants' Lawn Caps, made of embroidery, some pin QQ/ tucks, Speciiil Ot/t- Saturday is Children's Day at The Big Store 75c Boys' Wash Suits in checks, stripes and plain colors ..... _ ..... ____ $3.50 Boys! New Middy Wash Suits, in plain. blue or white, pink and blue trimmed. Special ............ ______ patronize Those Who Advertise.| Just Over tbe Bridge Connellrrlllf- (Weot Side) ECK«AW5\ succession. Miss Kennedy Is supported by Tom Moore and f screen s+ars of prom'^ence. A " lected comedr is included. * ably | Tea cleans, purifies the stomach an, I bowels.--ConnellsvilU Drug Co.--Adv BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25 c ^^ ^ fciluiAna ·» alcerb FOR WEAK LUNGS «r thrott tronblen th«U threaten to become I chronic, this CoJcium compound frill be j found oftectiYQ. Th« bn.ndi^«t form yet i devlspd FV*n from harmful or hablt- j forming drugs Try them today 50 cents a box, including war tax For »nl« br Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Trained Battery .Man. M * k1 j *« fight Ac KaUer. .'*· '·**"»=«·" for w»r Co Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. r G*rd«n Comub»Ion r I. C., endoraf a two-cool ·taov for po«U*a. 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