The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 13, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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IREWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING INTHE MILL TOWN . Albert KeLiter, Jr., is Hpatem at Knitting Party. CROSSLAND WAGON CO. THE OLD RELIABLE, IS Concern on West Side Prepared to Make IVnsnns, Carts, Other Ye- '» TURN SflE IS GUEST OF HONM |»«TfHS»« M.otoT Track Straek ;by · »»d .Drhrer Ha* Sarrow Us- S*rio»s l«j«rr; Jfetn- *4tst Ifomtm to B»l»« » War P«a. S" SCtWTDALiE, July-13.--Mrs.. Albert '-- ' r. Jr., entertained a t - a knitting at her West, Pittsburg--street , on Thursday afternoon; {or her _ je tuest. Miss. Gertrude Goddell of jJ-Sast End, Pittsburg. The other out ol r town, guests were Mrs. Glenn Bar-, itoon, ilount Pleasant; Miss Jenks, 'Charleston, and Miss Margaret Glea- ·oe. Skwomaa,-Ga. Miss Winifred 'O'Connor gave a prettily arranged llanebeon at her Pittsbnrg : street 'fconie yesterday for Mrs. Keister and f 9fis GoedelU and Miss Florence Diclc W Charleston, W. Va.'. who is the or .Sirs.. Lyde Keister: The ,»_« out of town guests present were fMr». Carl Gilbert, Meadvllle;, Mr*. |rfairison. Mount Pleasant, and Miss lGIe«son, Savannah, Ga.- ,,«.,-'- Shifter Hits Track. . i'--While the furniture truck ol Wll^Otan Ferguson was being driven over ftOft railroad tracks at Oie .bridge,- with ffccdmird OTxmnell at the wheel, the mill, shifter struck the truck; »g badly the front end.; The H?,;-...^ escaped uninjured but for a l«w scratches, on his.face and arm. ·;_. . Kemic at OnkJori. J"'MUses Helen Strickler. Helen. Sis- Ifity. .Jennie Snyder, Edna and Olive i, Mae Gibson, Georgia Wray, ·Slyers, Ruth Hayes. -Ruth Jiicli- Mrs. Haye§ and .daughter 'uf Bjmireensburg, - who chaperoned Uu l§«rty. held a picnic at Oakford Park **= Wednesday evening. -A very eu- if ,,tlf evening was spent. .Th'i^.ar- Jfcfr was held in honor of Miss.Sny- r'iier at Homestead. · · · - ' · Sew P»rtoT lastaned. -it o'clock last evening, Rev. E. It. ·uhaca was installed as J pastor of iet Trinity Reformed clrurch of this »t3. The services were in charge Rav. W. S. Black of Irwln,.and Rev. r..Barley of Mt. Pleasant., Si-V ·« See»tfc AnalTCTsaiT- very enjoyable party was held .it . home o£ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pahd North Scottdale, .in honor o£ the birthday of their "daughter, i!din. Various games were playni a dainty lunch was serveU. .Amor.g guests present were Kathleen and urice Vance, Mildred Header, Jea- Pritts, Adrienne .and Francis vehicles in its line--wagons, dirt cartis, dump wagons.' cofcie barrows,' truck bodies, and coal wagons., .-The .company is also' prepared to.-do alV'kind* ot repair worlt on shorn, notice. '.' .'Realizing the demand for. service in this line in ConnellsvJIlc. we have-prepared to do automobile painting. The large room on the second, floor will be devoted entiroiy to this line ol work. One; of the best painter's-in'this· sec- Upa of the state will ba in charge- of the department. The best of .service and fair.treat- ment will be a inottoot" the concern. Ail.oia customers are Invited to .re- ·turn. Those who have not been on the list/pf patrons'are.urged to give us a trial.'-, (You. will be treated right. The Crbssland Wagon Company, McClain Grassland, Shop Manager.--Adv. Meyerklale. toner, Thelma and Ruth e Pah«l. Margretta Paiuti-r, ·6 and Elizabeth Myers. Blanche Bernadine and Blossom PaheL ['Twelve room double house, irn, rent »30, lor 13,100. . ' - . . ;Slx room hoase with bath on jpaved Wt, »2.600. · ." .. - S«v«n room house, newly painted. *" giw immediate possession for ·(Seven-room house and work shop Mulberry' street,' $2,~500. E. F. ·Witt.--Adv.--9r5t: , . a meeting of the Home Missioa- society of the Methodist.Episcopal ch, Mrs. George Walker and Mrs. .' Cblbofn. gave a report" of the ention 'in Pittsburg. v l£ .was; de- id to raise the satiety's share of a fond that an invitation would be ud-ed to Rev. Bumgirten of Pitts, who spent the month.of May in . A. work at Camp'Meade. to d give a lecture on his workr ' Stile Talk. you know, won't change itich 'during the war. Conservation Bjptrictions - make that essential. of the merchandise we offer in sensational sacrifice July Clear- iiice. Sale, will therefore be just as iliniiicmable next season as now. But jjirlces next season will .be terrific. ~' ,the.tax schedules, printed In the iwspapers .and. judge for yourself. !e~ln and 'see the. bargains' we now, and use your own jucig- t whether it is to your advantage _, now or wait till neit season. gbrerything a woman, child or in" wears. . . - · · - - [JBandiner's Broadway Ladies' Store, ttdal.e,-Fa.; as you get off the car. i: . FersoB«J. . ' ... ;- Brs. George Peoples and. daughters, (toona '. and Doris, of .JJorth Bnin- lc r . are visiting friends -and' rela- jrM'ne're. -.' - :. ^n'brd has been received here of the Mtle arrival overseas of Walter Fretts. ^Arthur. JrcQa-'gsau, Jr., oJ Jean- ftjte. Is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. gianttte Parry. .. . fijlrj and.-Mrs. Eay'Rosensteel- and tjwislitcr, .Meredith: ;l Ambridge, arc i» guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. Kuig. |5Hrs. :.C. E.. : Coughenour had as 3ier! meats. Thursday, at her: Third avenue' Stce SUss Mary Matthews, Mrs. Kelly d daughter Annai'^Mrs. Charles ^er.and daughters' Jennie and Ho- I ol- Ducbar. ,j.,«es. Isabel and Grace Shirey ^6"i»turiied home'from a -visit paid feeeniiljufg 'friends. iTKr.-vMid. Mrs. Lew BisSop and-fam- jj; of, Philad«lJ'hf4. former residents Jii! rJace, are calUng on friends Uses. Ordinary Buttermilk To Beautify Her Complexion nicies and Do An to The Grassland "Wage the old reliable-: has : plant In Ninth street, "W is how ready, to make Tainting. com pan y--e-opened its :st Side, and all kinds ot · .mxj,i.rjAojL^Ajui^, .'July 11.--Miss Grace' 1 Haley was tendered a surprise Hrieri- shower .on Wednesday evening, it being given in honor "of her : mar- riage'^tb -Ralph Rumiui; which; will, take jtlace next'week. .About 20 of Miss '%aley's friends^ were", present and tlie .-evening, was delightfully spent in playing vaoious games and music after which refreshments were serveiZ · , ' · ; ' . . - 31r. and Mrs. Robert Varn 1 and little daughter of Warn, W. Va., and -Mrs. Lev! Dear and daughter, Miss Wan. of- Grove City, spent Wednesday here with relatives. The party was going by automobile from Warn to Grove City and stopped here for a short visit. .-. Miss Eva Leckemby spent Wednesday -'Visiting and shopping In Pitts- Tmrg. Mrs. George Pfeifler of SalUburg and Miss Gladys .Deeter of.Johns- town, "who were visiting their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Deeter, left. Thursday for Johnstown where the former win visit for,a few days before returning to. her home. Miss Edna Wrote of Connellsville is, a guest of her friends. Miss.. Mary Leckemby. 'Miss. Clara Stacer who was "recently operated upon in the Allegany hospital in Cumberland, returned norne Wednesday. . Dr. Bruce Llchty visited Mrs. Lichty in the Allegany hospital in Cumberland on Wednesday. Joseph Shultz of Pittsburg is visiting relatives here for a few days. Miss Kathjyn Sciiuyler of Lona- conhie-is visiting-at the home of her bffrother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. W. H-.tlyland.' , \IEYERSDALE. July 3 3.--Mr. and Mrs. DeForest Ludwig, who visited the Iatter's parents/ Mr, .and Mrs. George'W. Collins for the past two weeks, returned to their home in Pittsburg today: . . Mrs..Harry Brown of Pittsburg. was a guest at the home, of Mr. and Jfrs. Charles. Darrow. on. Thursday.. . George'. Mossholder has · returned from a two .weeks'-Visit with relatives in South'Dakota. - . " . " " - . ' Mrs. Elizabeth Tounkin Is home from Bosweli, where stie" had been visiting relatives for -the past month. Indian Creek. '· ^/ INDIAN CREEK', July ll.--Mrs. James Cole and daughter, I-ene.' of Leisenring. spent a day here, among friends. , Lester -Barry of Hazel wood is spending a few days among MiMll Run friends. Mrs. Jake Dull and son of Jones Mill are-spending-today among Con- lellsville friends. . . . J.. F.-Dowler of Clearfield spent a few days in our valley on business. Mr; and Mrs. H. B. .Brown and Mrs. ,James Cole and daughter-are.spench 'ing today, among : Confluence and Humbert friends. Rodney Woodmancy was called to Pittsburg today on account of .the injury of his brother, Daniel, who is an employe of the Westinghouse company. Miss Jean Illig spent a short visit here among friends^ .Mrs! W.' J. Metis and children of Brookyille; Pa;, who spect the past two rweeks here with her husband' and father, have returned to their home. . " ' -. . . "", MIsB Annie Neiderheiser of Jones Mill is spending, today among .Con- neilsTllle frieads and shopping. iMLAN ; OHLEEK; July 12.--Elmer Smita of.Wooddale, spent.a;day here with- his brother and sister-in-law,. Mr.; and Mrs. .Walter Smith. .Elmer leaves..for camp on..'July 2,3. . . . * . Hiram:CoKnor is spending .a day among Conu«UsKilie.friends: '; ... Mr. and M^s. : 'William Ohler and'son Frank' spent' today' among Cphnells- vIUe : friends:;.:.. ·'"·'·'··' · '.V.·:- ' ' . . ' · ; ·'. ifr. and Mrs. John Prinkey are .calling on Conr.,elsville: frjends : and shopping. . · . "·;' ·'.'.-' ·· -'-; : · ; . . . ' · ; '· C. Casso^era is m6vihg .to South Cbnnelsville. 1 ; .! The Trinity hoys broke, .camp and left for their homes in .Pittsburg today: A. W. Sipe of Mill Run, is transact- .in'g.basiaess in Connelisville and Ua- iontown today. This Pretty Girl Tells the Connells- yille Drug Co. not 1o take on rone's money unless tills' delightful new Vanishing Cream quickly , shows » decided Improve Try It Today at onr expense. Buttermilk Cream creates beauty-almost like maffic. The ..most wonderful thine about It is the. fiwct that whilst it j turns the dullest., m'ott lifeless com-I plexlon to radiant beauty and makes j red -or rough .hands or, arms snowy | white, yet there'is · not the slightest! sipn -of Its . use-after-application. It j actually vanishes from sight -and 'the most heated atmosphere will.not produce the least .shininess'or greasiness of the skin. - . - . x - - - . . No ;natter whether you are troubled with a poor complexion, wrinkles, puffl- .ness around the eyes;..freckles, crow's feet or lines around the mouth, .ugly finger-nails, or ji'st a sample rougrhnens of the face, hands or arms caused by .wind or sun, y o u ' w i l l find, that any or alt. of these .troubles, will quickly disappear wltll the use of,Howard's Buttermilk Cream. . .. To prove this to your complete, satisfaction, get a small quantity today at the; Connellsville Drupr Co., with the Beautiful actresses say, "A short massage with Buttermilk Cream at night before retiring is alt Chat is 'necessary. . , understanding that they will freely return the purchase money to any dissatisfied user. . . *. callers. in town yesterday. Mrs.-JIary -Costa of Dickerspn Run, was a: business calor here yesterday morning.; . . . _ · · Miss; Lillburn 'Reed, Gwendolyn Edwards, and O. -ii. Strickler were shopping .in -Connellsviile 'Friday afternoon. . · .. " The .Entre. - Nous Sunday school class : of the Methodist Episcopal ·ehurch;-met last night at the home of Miss-Freda Wright and- elected the following named officers: Miss Marie Mundprff, president; M"s. C. J£. Shal- lenbfirger,' vice president; Mrs. Alva Rltenour, secretary; Miss Carrie Dull, treasurer,. .. ' Mrs. J. B. Henderson and son Hugh j and daughter Mary .irere-.calling on·_ Charles Magiii's of Dawsori, yesterday j evening. . ' ^ -Mrar L. L. Collins and grandson, Paul Collins, were Dawson callers Wednesday evening. .MlKs.Leona Colbert ol East Liberty, was shopping in. town yesterday evening.; , Mr- and Mrs. Sturgis Bailey of Daw- j son, were recent callers with -Mr, I Bailey's father and mother, Mr. and] Mrs. iWilliam Bailey. ^ j ·Mr. and' Mrs. Seafelt and son of i Lower-Tyrone township, visited Mrs.' Seafelt's father, J. H. Litten, Friday j evening. .- ' ! W. A. Cosgrove and J. B. Henderson were ..in Uniontown last night.. BEAD THE COURIER. Bas®Wl m BiraslE- S'AWOJfAI, LEAGUE. · Testerdajr's Results, SL Louis 8; Philadelphia 2. Cticago 8; Boston 0. Nnw York-Pittsburg, rain. Brooklyn-Cincinnajti. rain. Standing- of tie Chicago --New York _ Pittsburg Philadelphia Cincinnati ^_ Boston* --'-Brooklyn St. Louis _ W. ...53 23 -46 28 -37 -J4 -31 _33 Pet. .697 .622 .507 .·172 .437 .-134 .417 ,-10S A3DEBICAX LEAGUE. , TeiterdBy's BMnltj. xBoston 6; Chicago' 3. ..'· New York. 6; Cleveland 1. St. Louis 5; Philadelphia 3. -Washington. 5; Detroit 4. iCailed in seventh, rain. Boston Standing of the Clubs. W. L. i__47 32 42 34 ___4S 37. New -Tort _ Cleveland ' Washington St. Louis _. Chicago Detroit Philadelphia _42 · 37 -37 .3D -37 40 -.30 46 -30 46 Pet. -.5or, i. -.553! .540 j .532J ·404J .481 ' .305 .305 10c 15c PARAMOUNT THEATRE Program For Next Week A Week of Special Attractions. Tlie home of the best pictures for the best people'in Gonnells- ville's best theatre. H. A; Franks, Organist. MOjNDAV "And the villain still pursued her." Mr. and ' Mrs. Sydney Drew, America's greatest tun makers will be seen in a 5-act Metro thriller, "PA! DAY" A special production De Luxe "dellclously different." Also a special attraction of "OVER THE ROAD TO- WAR," showing how Uncle Sam gets there first. ·· '· . . · TUESDAY A'» WEDNESDAY Lasso Film Company presents the greatest Western and most exciting picture player of the day in. his best picture "THE LOJfE AVlEjrGER" Featuring William' S. Hart. Also -the Universal Weekly, don't Miss This. THURSDAY r ~ World Presents June Elvidne in "THE TV-OKAS'OF. REDE3IPTIOS" This is a story of the way. in which a mountain maiti wrought the redemption of a man. It is a story that moves fast to a smashing climax. It Is a corking good screen entertainment. Also Current Events. FRIDAY SATURDAY The biggest; star in films in a rugged, smashing role--William Fox presents America'* most popular actor, William Farnum °ROPGH AXD READY" A powerful 'portrayal of man's Herculean struggle against overwhelming odds. Also Universal Weekly and a Comedy. --COMS'G-- Mae Marsh in. "THE FACE IX THE DARK" Mute I* Doing Hii Bit rhe-MIssonri mule is rtoins his Mt, doing it. well.'xln the present world cl; just as he did it in flie Civil . iln mnhy sections, at the. fruot along the linos of communication | lil!ie*s wherb mules'are almost th- able and where- Loises nnd ii-ircars are virtually u.-pic«. hlns'-* engineers have testified |rl» rorth ot the mule* in I he tioa* they hne mr.ile to Wa.li- jor the .uuroal* Vanderbilt; VANDERBILT, July 13.--Mrs. Hetty Balr- an* daughter Margaret: of Al- vertpn,' are.spending.a -few days witft. the. tormer.'s brother, 81'Ef'Porter. 5Mrs.'Milton. Deal of.. Juniata; and: Mrsr. Casner ol Wilfcinaburg, spent yesterday visiting with 'their brother, G. M. Strickler. ' Dr. C. B, Roberts and J. Earl Robr jcrts" were' transacting.: : business at ' Franklin" works: F.riday, i llrs:-Elizabeth Dean 'and Mrs. Wat- json Ouia pf : Franklin township, we're PARAMOUNTJHEATRE 10e --TODAS-- 15c GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAGNLFICIENT JIAEY GARDEN FOR THE 'SECOND.TIME ON ANY SCREEN. THE MOST'CELEBRATED '. ' TOMAN IN THE WORLD IN "A SPLENDID SINNER" THE .STORY.OF A WOMAN WHO .PAID HER GREAT '.. . ' ,DEBT IN SILENCE ALSO A GOOD CHRISTIE COMEDY' AND "WEEKLY. . . ' · ' ' . . . . ' . ' ' -· M 0 S-D A : Y---- · . · .^AND THE. VILLAIN STILL PURSUED HKR." MJR. AND MRS.'SYD- ··, KEY. DREW AMERICA'S GREATEST PUN SIAKERS WILL BE - :. ·' SEEN IN A 5-ACT.METRO THRILLER :. "PAYDAY' A SPECIAL PRODUCTION DE, LUXE "DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT.' ALSO A SPECIAL ATTRACTION j!F "OVER.THE ROAD TO WJR," SHOWING HOW. UNCLE SAM GETS THEHE.FIRST. ORPHEUIY1 THEATRE --TOBAI-- Jesse. L. .Lasky Pre«ents: JULIAN ETLINGE: In THE IVIDOIV'S 3nSHT" ; , \ Also 'a Good f'TOTO" Comedy. --SONB.« AM) TBUSliiAY-- Adolph Zukor Presents Dainty. MARGUERITE CLARKE in «BICH XAX, POOH 3IAN" "Happiness mocks ..the'..rich. man. wbo knows, not .'love,-and h's envies the poor man who loves and is loved} i "OVER. NEW FALL GINGHAMS 1 That Escaped a Submarine I : -\ · · ( Indeed a jtortk^n of this big shipment, much of which was scheduled to reach this store, never arrived at its Ariierican port. But the Ginghams that did win. through!" Kow.prettyj they are! How new! How serviceable and moderately priced! We wouldn't know which way to turn in 'aft attempt to replace them today. --Fino, imported Ginghams in large plaid patterns 31 inches wide, and in tlie desired color combinations for the late Summer and Fall wear, at "we the yard, --"OTV Fall Oinghams in large and small plaids and stripes, 32 inclies wide, and 50c the 3'iinl. One Lot Fancy Ginghams, 50c Values, 35c the Yard A limited quantity suitable for women's and children's dresses Knitting Yarns Knitting Bags We have ready for disposal a large variety of MINERVA YARNS for knitting Summer Sweaters and Slip-ons. Minerva Yarns are made from the best wools grown for each respective kind of yarn, an'd-are scientifically Wended to produce the desired effect. --M.IS"EBTA GEKKAJiTOWK in hyacinth, roliin egf, bcfroDia, coral, old rose, peacock, gendiirmc and many other beautiful shndes,--at ooc-the ball. --MINERVA VICtTNE, SIXK SHBTLAl'D anil SIUv XECED in a bi? range of suitable colors, nt 60c, 70c nnd 55c the ball. --lATtXS Jor knittJag-Sweaters and Socks /o r soldiers, sai/ors und iiriators, in khaki, oxford, olire drab and natural color,--nt ode and 60c the boll. --.HKERTA TARKS for knitting soldiers' and sailors'garments, khaki and n\!ord,--nt-$4.15 and $1.10 the hank. --LfSTBUCTIOJf BOOKS containing advice on tie many uses of Minerva vnrns,--at lac ' each. · Attractive Stock Knitting Bags and Materials for Making Same MID-SUMMER SPECIALS Seasonable and Genuine War Time Economies Illustrative of the" Many Splendid Opportunities That Await You Here LACES! --One Lot Torchon Lace Edges and Insertions, V/ 2 to. 3 inches wide,--at lOc the yard. --One Lot Cotton Cluny Lace Edges, suitable for fancy work and curtains, ecru only. 1 to 2 inches wide.--at ISJ^c the jarfl. ,,,. --One lot Linen Cluny'Lace Edges and Insertions', '2 to 4 inches wide,--at 25c to 40c the fard. --One Lot Odd Laces and Trimmings to sell at,--0'E HALF PRICE. --One Lot of odds and ends in Embroidery to sell at,--0'E HAX.F OFF. NECKWEAR! --One lot Organdie Collars, sailor and roll shapes,--oOc and 65c rallies, 39c each. --One odd lot Neckwear to sell'at,--O"E THIBD OFF. BOOKS! --One lot popular Copyright Books, the kind that make delightful Summer reading, .to sell at,---35c each. STATIONERY! --Highland Linen Initial Stationery, excellent quality, very popular,--at 59c the box. RIBBONS! --One lot Fancy Ribbons in light 'and dark Dresden patterns, 4 and 5 inches wide, at 25c the yard. UMBRELLAS! --Both medium and short handle styles with eight-rib frame covered with American Taffeta,--to sell at 81.50 each--which is our regular selling price. MOHAWK SHEETS $1.95 --Standard size and quality and exactly the same as advertised recently by a competitor as "special at !fl.9S." WEARWELL SHEETS and CASES! --81x90 inch Hemmed Sheets to sell at,--$1.85 euch. --Nine-quarter Wearwell Sheeting to sell at--70c the yard. Fine value. --Weanvell Pillow Cases, we recommend as. very serviceable, at He- MILLINERY! --One Lot 15 Pattern Hats, regular $22.50 'to $25.00 values,--now $12.45. --One Lot 25 Pattern Hats, regular $13.50 to $20.60 values,--now 89.95--One Lot Trimmed', Sports and Tailored .Hats, up to $12.50 values-- now $6.95. --One Lot Trimmed and Sports Hats, $8.00 to ?10.50 values,--now $5-00. --One Lot Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed Hats, $5.00 to $6.50 values--now $'.98. --One Lot Misses' arid Children's Hats, $3.50 to $4.50 values,--now $1.98- FIRST NOTICE TO MEN! Of Our Semi-Annual Shirt Sale Planned to begin at a very early date and scheduled to surpass all previous sales. Watch Daily Papers for announcement. Straw Hats Reduced One-Third A big- reduction aplyiag to our entire stock--men's and boys' 1 styles and sizes--soft straws, stiff straws and Panamas. Early choice advisable. Gold Bond Stamps Paj[ 4% on Every $100 You Spend--Save Them.

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