The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 12, 1918 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, July 12, 1918
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918 THE DAILY COTTKIBK NATIONAL XEAfiUB. VeJue Giving Consider No need to go into details as to styles, trimmings, colors, etc., -for every woman, at all familiar with this store, knows that no natter what the occasion Wright- Metzler styles are always right. But what we DO wish to impress upon, you is the magnitude of the savings offered and" the importance ' of making a. prompt selection. The following table of prices will convince you of both. TBDCTY-TWO IEAVE SCOTTDALE FORCAMPJULY23 Local Board So. 7 Makes Announcement of tke LUt Selected. CHURCH WILL HONOR SOLDIERS RefenH CoigiegctlM TH1I on San- 4»y Afteraooi TJnteil Honor - Boll «Mf BedJwrte Serrfee Flag; Ge«I to Amiged; Otter Sews. il ' ' ! . " . . .:. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, JulTi 12.--Local Board No. 7 of this place has as its quota-32 men to send to'.Camp" Lee on July 23.- The following men make up the-list: .Samuel Grant Herb, Low- ben. Frank . Potaka, Tarr: Alexander 3yiew«ky. Lowber; Domenicp Gal- iarda, RiUton; William Grubb, Mount Pleasant; Norman Miller,: Stauffer; Daniel F. -Ridenour, Scottdale: Stephen F. Tuchosh, Tarr;" Charles East Scottdale; Anthony J. Kuhns, 'Rttlun;;.. Emile ~Rpcco,: · Scpttdale; August Kulcak, Scottdale; Johu E. Hill, Seottdale; James .Curran, Yu. ktti'jbhn F. Shuster,.Scottdale; Joseph-Lux, West Newton; David Randolph, Scottdale:. Harry H. Snyde7,' ' .Jacobs Creek;'George W. Ulery/In- diaaa;. Michael .Aduaro, Scottdale; : Francis E. Crabtree, Mount Pleasant; Albert J. Hough, Yukon; James Tome, Scottdale; -John- Pnzzi, Jean- Pleasant; : SolTio--Ruesgeri. Scottdale: Anvito .Mr.Sealizetto, -Yukon: Arno Schwartz,-; Scottdaler Edgar Taylor, Ruffsdale; Joseph Steimik. "Mount Pleasant; Solvio.Rueggeri, Scotdale; John ~Vf. Moore,' Smithton; Charles B. Shoemaker. Scottdale; Elmer Bungard. Mount Pleasant Alternates are: Henry V^ George. Scottdale; B J. Kaschmarek. Scottdale; John J. '. Jury.' lash; -Steve · K. Lindway, Jacobs Creek,'and Ernest W. Rich" 'ards, Smithtori.' . ""For Sale. Twelve room double house, mod- "ern,"-"rent J30,'for"J3.100.; . · -· Six Toom house with" bath on paved -street, $2,600. . ;' - Seven roonj house, newly painted. .. .-.Can give immediate possession for Chicago _-New. York.-Pittsburg __ Philadelphia Boston _;-Cincinnati' _ Brooklyn .-St." Louis --. iSeven room house and work shop ok- -Mulberry -street, $2.500..' E. F. Standard Bearers Entertained. " Miss Ohma Stoner entertained the Standard: Bearers . of tie Methodist Episcopal 'church at. her home ' on ' Mulberry street. Following the pro; gram .refreshments were served and a pleasant social hour was spent UmreU Homor Roll. On next Sunday at 3 o'clock the Reformed church of Scottdale will pay . iti tribute of honor due its young . · men now in the .service for our country." The event will be celebrated by uarelHajr an honor roll on which are inicribed the names of the soldiers from the congregation. An elaborate .. program has been prepared, the ; leading number ot which is a pageant representing the- Allied nations. The ' yomif ladies taking parr, are to ba . coftmned In the ,dress_-pf the respec- ' trre aations. 'A special"invitation is i. extended to .the public. Good'music '·'. is biiinif prepe.ri»d under 'the -leader- : : ship o* Prof. Funer. XeaterdBy's Results. Pittsburg.S; New. Ybrk 4. iChicago-.4; Boston:?. .] Chicago 3; Boston 2. i Philadelpjjia 5; St.' Louis 2. Cincinriix;: 1\.Brooklyn 3. xio'-f ' ·' Standiag of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. __52 ; 23 .693 __46 28 .'622 ___37 36 .507 34 36. :.4S6 33. .'42. -.140 _^_31 40 .437 __30 « .417 30 . 45 .400 Today's Schedule. New York at Pittsb'urg. ; : . Boston at Chicago. ,' .Philadelphia at St.'Louis. . Brooklyn at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterdays Kewlte. Cleveland 1; New York 0. Boston 4; Chicago '0. PhUadelphia 8; St. Lonis 5. Detroit 8;' Washington 6. Standing of the Clubs. BOSJOQ New York _ Cleveland _ Washington St. Louis j-- Chicago Detroit--;^ Philadelphia" W. L. Pet. 46 32 550 _41 34 .547 __42 36. .538 40 38 ,513 37 39 .487 37 39 .487 31 44 .413 _30 45 .400 Today's Schednle. Chicago at Boston. - Detroit at -Wa St. Louis, at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. NIGHT OPERATOR-ALL IN Ti.ol Xwie Hill Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep BH*er. · Springfield, Mass.--'T am a night operator--was all run-down, couldn't sleep, .had no ambition--I had tried 'blood and. nerve tonics without, help T--and thought 1 would try Vlnol and I must has bnilt me.up «o I fee! better; look better-and sleep, better." --Charles T. Harder. -The reason Vihol "was so successful In Mr. Harder 1 !!, .'case, is.. because it contains beet and cod liver peptones, iron and mansinese .'peptonates and glycerophospbates, the very elements needed -to -build- up a weakened^ rundown system, make rich, red Mood aud create strength. ; · Laughrey Drug. Co., ConneUsville; D. C,. Eason, Dunbar, and druggists everywhere.--Adv. ._ . .. The rnpretoe .value-giving event of tke year. If ever women had an op. ; portnnity .to obaerrel the spirit ot ·eooomy without sacrificing ' their .. t»rt» f or ftae' apparel" it Is here at thl» July clearance talr now. . Come in and ae« the bargains -- you'll buy irittoot . being coaxed. Bendlner's ·roadway Ladles' Store, as you 'get c* fh* cai, Scottdale.-- Adv. FeoouL : Mra. X Neiedball bas retnrned to k*r Eaat End, Ptttiburg, home after a -vMt aald triendi here. HiH Katharine .Hart man ot Pbil- ,,i» tbe guert of Mrs. WilUam Hz*. Edward Wardlow of Toung- Ifn. M. Mclndoe of Mount Vent yerterday a' their iere, . . ";... .-.-'·· . Mm Imcam Turkey, who stopped DC ben enroBte tram Ntw To::k to TtaM Mr. and 3trm. J. M. Reed; has to her Eaat Liberty home. tad Km Leroy See* cave re- to their Wiwitngton home » rirtt p«id the former's par. tut*. Mr. aad Mn. J, 3L Re«d. -MM Kary Schokty of this place IMW acoepttd a position with the "Eleetric Water Sterilizer Jfc Ozone cerapaoy of North Scottdale. [- _ ..jir. and Mn.' Harry Par56nsi: : 'ind ttoOr'Jtfft. retarJMHT-to;..t2ielr Mtoiies- MB ban* after a'visit paid Mr. and "3tn. John Eekman. \ Mr. and Mrs. Joh£ v .'iEWier are .vis- iijsg Greene couity jrfands. ... 3Ir». ClHford ; Brothers is visiting Oreeuburg friende. · Sirs. Jefferson Freeman is Tisiting her Mn. Clifford, in TJniontown. "Misses Pearl and Lillian Kepner : svent Wednesday in ConnellsvilU with'friends. GROCEK W AG.UNST 17 "I-bare been up acalast it for past three years suffering from pain in my HootKh and side: until I was consid- V.: ertni jirlnt np riiy^grocery business. " D o c t o r s aad medicine did not help-me. I heard af Mayr 1 ! Wonderful 'Remeds; through a Mend In Buffalo. The first M* «ar tae more benefit than, all jfee medicine ;i had taken before and Mt'jiicnr t*eilnc ai well as ever lito." It I» » lioipit. Larmless 'prejp- ..·. urttiftc ikat remorwi the . catar'rhal .; .SMKtu from the' Intestinal tract and ' ''jsjljkjrjs tlie ioflamiiAtfon which causes- »IJ staniach. Jirer and !a- a)Jw*»t»; ! ' iacltdlhg «.ppendi- }n« 4w* : will convince or ftfitptui,;.-. A. ^V, 'Clarke and 5-Adr. i Confluence. COXFLUBNOE, July . 12,--Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Fox an'd two children of Consbohocken, are. visiting ilTs. Pox's lather, G. G..GroH, and other relatives here. ·The Beggs Cpbb tannery, which is.'closing do^ra, is shipping its supply of bark to Curwensville. . The State Mining* company, which is..preparing to operate Du- miis, has received several carloads of luiaber. , . Jirs. T. B. Frantz left yester'day for a 'visit with- frienda at Star Junction. Mr. and lire. George A. Jlunson and family · of ConneUsville, have taken possession of their suhuner home here. . . . . John Hawke has returned to his work' as .policeman at . Rockirood, after'visiting his family here. E. H. Burmrorth of Johnson Oiapel, has returned from a. visit with friends at Connetlsville and .Uniontown. Bruce Treseler, who has been working down the road, te-.visiting his family here. · . Perryopolis. PKRETQP01.IS, July 10.--Miss Marie Snyder of Bellevernon, is visiting relatives in. town. Mrs. Jennie Hixenbaugh and daughter Blanche spent Wednesday with Mrs. Hugh Duff. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. TownBend c.f Monessen," are visiting the fbnner'i; parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Townsend. Mrs. L. T Leptey has returued from a Visit with relatives at Meyersdale. Mr. and Mrs.' Ira Blair were shopping in Charlerol Tuesday. J. BL Price and M! B. Strawn of Deifson, transacted business in town Wednesday. . jfflss Marie Carson of Lay*on, was the guest of iflss Ella Mae Pollock ·Wednesday. ' : . · · :Mrs.-Howard Adams and children were Pittiborg callers Monday: ' cun This includes every straw hat In our men's and boys' stor,e--sailors, Panamas, leghorns, sennits, baliluks and all others. A cold," backward season is the only reason why these are being sold at such a sacrifice, as our .policy is never to . carry anything over from, one, season to the next.. A great opportunity for men buying either for now or for next season, j . . SAVINGS SAILORS--That were J2.00. to $10.00 Are now $1.84 te * 8^7 KTLASS --That were fl.50 to $10.00 Are now S1.00 to * 6.67 I/EGHORSS--That were J1.50 to $10.00 Are now 81.00 to * 67 FASAXAS--That were $3.50 to $10-00 Are now *S44 to $ 6*7 No Man Should Complain About the Heat when Cool Clothes Cost So Little Palm Beach Suits $10 Cool Cloth Suits $12 Mohair Suits $15 and many other Suits, both single and. double breasted, ranging up to $25. Our Suits at $15 are specially priced and exceptional values. 35 SUITS At a Saving Still a few of those good Suits, worth $20 and $25 which we are closing out AT OJTLY H2.50. Not all sizes in every style. Reminders Overalls Extra Pants Khaki Pants Union Overalls Caps Bathing Suits Boys' Wash Suits Boys' ^Boinpers Brownie Creralls I'laj Suits Children's Hats Going Away? New Luggage Tr»re](BC Bags, all sizes and styles, J3.00 up to 535.00. Those at $7.50, $10 and $15 are eicop- tional. Snit Cases, fibre and leather, in every wanted style aad size, ranging from |1.50 up to |20.00. Trnnktt, steamer, three quarter. and full size,' manj* styles at ?7.50 to »85. Gold Bond Stamps With All Purchases pARAMOUNTJHEATRE 10c -TODAY AKD XOMOBEOW-- loc GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAG.MIFICIENT MARY GARDEN FOR THE SECOND TIME ON AN5T SCREEN. THE MOST CELEBRATED WOMAN IN THE WORLD IN "A SPLENDID SINNER" THE S.TQB.Y OF A WOMAN WHO PAID HER GREAT , DEBT IN SILENCE . : . . ALSO ,A'GOOD CKRISTI3 COMEDY. AND WEEKLY. . .. ;' . . '' . · --COMISG-7- .' ' ' ' · ' TTM. S. HAHT Ef THE' 103TE ATOXeEH" FAKBTTM IN "ROUGH A»T EIADT" 15 Pattern Hats, regular $22.50 tb $25.00 values now - - $12.45 25 Pattern Hats, regular $13.50 to $20.00 values now - - $9.95 Trimmed Sport and Tailored Hats, to $12.50 values now - $ 6.95 Trimmed and Sport Hats, $8.00 to $10.50 values now - - $ 5.00 Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed Hats, $5.00 to $6.50 values now $ 2.98 Misses' and Children's Hats, $3.50 to $4.50 values now - $ 1.98 New Fall Hats $3.50 to $5.00 A splendid new showing in all wanted shades now ready for your choosing. Hear These Splendid Edison Re-Creations With the New Velvet Surface A"o. 820S4--Explanatory Talk for ErnKn! InvolamI Ernaui Involam; (Ernani, Fly With, Me) by Alice Verlet. "q. S2118--Bsndemeer's Stream--by Christine Miller. My I.ove She's But a Lassie Yet---by . Christine Miller. So. S039J--Life's Railway to Heaven--by Charles Hart and Edward Allen. My Mother's Bible--by Edward Allen Allen and Male Chorus. 'o. 5W82--Light as a Feather--by John P. Burkhardl, Bells. Valse "Erica"--by Rudy Wiodoeft, Saxophone. Jin. 50JG3--Band Festival at Plum Center--by Ada Jones, Byron Harlan and Steve Poner. ; - · . Bill's Dog Towser--by Billy Golden and Billy Heins 'Jio. 50464--Buzzin' the Bee--One Step--by Lou Chiha "Frisco," Xylophone. ' Pozzo One Step--for Dancing--by Frisco Jazz Band. Midsummer Brings More Charming Blouses Designed for Maximum Comfort and Style They arrive almost daily--a few choice models from designers who. have no seasons and who create the year round. If you will examine these Blouses carefully you will see more than beauty to recommend them, for they are superbly made and priced very reasonably. , [07 War Savings Stamps --"fl'irthmor" Blouses---white cotton--$1.00. --''Wehvorth" Blouses---white cotton--$2-00. --Cotton Blouses,, striped dimity, linene and voile, tailored and lace trimmed, all sizes,--;Ht $2.50 to $19.75. .--Crepe le Chine Blouses, --a fine assortment in both tailored and lace trimmer! styles, in white, flesh and a range of notable noveltv shades,-at $3.95 to $10.00. --Georgette Blouses, --of most excellent quality and loveliness, in white, flesh and other good shades, lace, embroidery and bead trimmed, --at $3.95 to $25.00. ._. Save Gold Bond Stamps Do It Now Save $10.00 by placing.y.our order now for a CALORIC Eipeless Furnace. ·Estimates cheerfully furnished on p]umbiag:and heat of'all lands. ; C.A.BmLHARf Bell48-M. SCOTT»AZE, PA. Tri-State 84-X. Yough loose air fade/.' Sew Manngcment. A Clean Qufet Place for Your Faaiiiy to Eat. Let C; .Know What You .Want arft How You Want it. GOOD SERVICE. Mrs. C. J. Ariastroijg, Prop. S The, COASTi/ME to Tfcc de.tittiit ot your,-vacation begin tho rnoment you board « D. C. Coatt Lina Slcamir for benutifu! Mmckinac Wind-for half of the ddiibis «rc in the Lute voyage. R*i!road tickets ore lia^oti-i on jJ) D. x C. Une ·tevnerc witV oat extra charge, Tae D. C, In*ifjma Iniure:: tbc best in anpointtneoti, cuirine. end painttaiiiii! Jiervicti Safety Biid health provision! arc ell chat could be desire* All ileamen; *re equipped with lateet wirclcw service. Al! water is sterilized by ultra vioiet ray process. Two BplcndJd ^easclB-Ctty of Mackinuc II and City of AlAena 11--operate four tiraet a week to Ma clause Iiland From ToJcdo Mondays and Sjiturdwi8JO A. M.. Tuesdays nnd Thuridayt 6:00 P. M. From Detroit Mondays and Snturdavi 5:00 P. M . WcdDci- daya aud Fridays SutOA. M. Send S-centBiampforillustmted pamphlet and Great Lakes map; Addrcsa L. G. LEWIS, C. i*. A., 9 Third Avenue, £cttoit, Mich. Eiiffila tll.OO Kmioi Mr 19.00 From Gevetaxl S 9.00 Round trip 11.00 From Toledo 17.25 Roundbip 13.00 V fr"" ^ Drool i630 Round trip $12.00 PATRONIZE HOME MEECHANT3 WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPEB. HOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES OPPMAK'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVIi-LE. PA. --TOBAT AXD lOMOItKO'iV-- JULIAN ELTINGE IN* "THE WIDOWS MIGHT" Also a "TOTO" Comedy. ' Monday and Tuesday--Marguerite Ciarfc in "Rich Man,.Poor Man." July 29 and 30--Guy Empey in "Over the Top."

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