The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 16, 1918 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JT7LY 16, 1918. THE BAILT COURIER, CONNELLSVILUB, PA. PAGE SEVBW. '£.'··' Baaelbeffl m Brie* NATIONAL LEAGUE. YcstertoT'* B*»«IU. Pittabnrg 6; Brooklyn 5, New York 2; Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia-Chicago, rain. Boston-SL Look), no game. Staaiiaf ·» *· · Chicago New York _ Pittsburg _ Philadelphia Cincinnati -Boston Brooklyn -St. Louis 55 23 4S 30 39 37 : _._3S 40 34 «'· 35 44 30 4S 3J 4« Pet .705 .« .513 .467 .453 .443 .460 '.400 T«Uy'« SckeiMe. Brooklyn at Ptttsbuig. Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at St Louis. New York at Cincinnati. in hot glass jars or tin can* until full. UK a tablespoon, -wooden 'ladle ' or table knife (or packing purposes. Poor boiling hot water over the product in the hot Jar. Place rubbers and cape In position, not tight If using tin cans, seal completely. Place in the steriHier vat, or canner, and sterilize for the length O f time given below according to" the particular type of outfit used-: j . '..-··'.:·.-: · . Mlnatcs- Hot-water_.'batli. -homemade or com-'.. mereial-\.~'....'; ;;.; : .;· . J9 Wawr-r leal,. 214 -deareeir.:.'.".'..: 10 5 poH9dj ate*m pressure.....; IS 10 pounds iteinr pr««ure.....:"... .10 .After sterilizing remove the filled containers. Se»l Jar»; invert-to cool, and ttrt the Joint*..- Wrap ta paper to prevent bleaching-and ftore in' a dry, cool place. If .tin cans are used it Kill be found advantageous to plunge them: into cold., water Immediately after sterilization to cool them quickly. .· . . ; .; A ; ; . . · ; . . - . · . · I AJTERICAX IE AGUE. Tmienter'i Sewlta, Boston 3; Chicago 1. Philadelphia 5; St. Ixmis 3.' Philadelphia S; St. I.oult 4. Cleveland 5; New York 3. Detroit-Washington, no game. ARE TOO WEAK, SICK AND TIRED? BEST SEE ME AT ONCE Just because you start the day wor-. ricti and tired, stiff legs and arms and muscles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back--worn out before, the day beelns-r-do not think you have to stay in that condition, 1 B«-strong, well and .vigorous, with no 'iribrQ -'pains from ; .stt{t' joints, : sore I muscles,;, .rheumatic suffering 1 , - aching 1 j ·back -or kidney-'trouble; - 5 ' | If- you suffer from" bladder weak-: ness,-with Burning-, scalding pains, or if | you are .in. and out of be'd.half a dozen : times a nighh : you will'appreciate t h e : rest..'comfort and strength my treatment 1 , gives COULDN'T WORK GAINS 20 IBS Parker Bad Been Like Dead Jta* Until He Took Taalac. Boston Cleveland New York _ Washington St Louis Chicago Detroit Philadelphia the Ctahs. W. 1,. Pet. 4* 33 .593 47 38 .553 « 36 .-544 42 39 .519 38 41 .481 38 41 .481 :_32 46 .410 _32 46 .410 Tmby's SekwMe. St. Louis at Bontcn.. Detroit at New York. . Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. Meyersdale. ^ £ .MEYERSDALE, July 14.--Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lanonrare and their ··phew, John Larkin of Cumberland visited friend* here On Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Plltt are visiting their som. Jobs Flitt, at Camp Lee. . .' Mils Kathryn Dougherty and niece, Hits Neil Dougherty, of ConaellsTllle *Wt Snaday nert with friends. Mra. Maria Shipley of Confluence viatted -h«r COMUI. Mrs. John Stacer, Saturday and Sunday. Mis* Kathryn KfWlf his returned i to »«r horn* in Mance after a two *··**· TMt at the hofae ot Mr. and Mra, Glen Crow*. Mr*. 'William Granty and two chil- " · ··»: c*txtiaeonln«. -JK., are her* for a few WMki' vl«it with the tenner's . brtther, Rwr. PWher Brady. ·- ' Vbomiia JL Coortaey of. Aco»U l«Pt andar here with frlendii K~. J. W. TlTalah pt Cumberland, ·tut Monday here visitinr and at- tujding th« fnaeral of H. Shannon. Mra. AU»« Brand aad two children har* retoraed to their home in Cnm- heilaad atte rrlaitlnc relative* here flr · f«w days. Ckuln Oia and liiten, Misi(;3 MarcarM and Ida, have been flitting tfceir brother, Elmer Dia, at. Canip Lae for cereral dayi. MEYBBSDALE, Jill; 16.--A T«r . HfMtr wadding took place la SB. PhlJip . and Jane* Catholic church on Monday. July 15, at 12.o'clock noon, when . 3O«; Grace Haley, dauatter o( Mr -, V'.and ^Mr;». John B*l»r of thi»-pl»ce, be'. .e*JM the- wife-ot RaJoh Mmmper of ; ; Ea»t PlttBburi,' the tsremony being j". V»erfproied;bT HeV.-tVlj'er'Brady, pa«- tbr ot tie bride. The attendants were ifiw 'Helen Gibbons ot Duquetne, and "William McHale of East Pittiburg The.bride won a dark blue traveling · suit' with, hat to matclu A:reception ,. followed at the home of the bride's : parents on the South'Side, and in the ·' evening . the happy couple left on"., a . honeymoon trip to the eastern cltiei, ,' after which they will go to BaatTttta- ; burg to reside. They were the recipi- j. enta of many beautiful and useful '. preaent*. : " Dennis Lowney, M. J. Kerrigan and f iJathew Kerrigan ' of CoDne)l»Tille, .' were here "Monday attending -the funeral of the late'.Michael Shannon. . Miss Mildred Just of Akron, O.,.i* here for a few week* visit with relatives and Iriends. : Mrs. Louise Hawn of Salisbury, was ; the guest of relatives here the paat ·- few days. | ' _ . ' . , ' "Yes, sir, I bare been taking this Tanlac for about twv weeks and I have gained twenty pounds," said J. ! a. Parker, machinist* ot 163 East 12th Avenue, Erie. '. "It was about a year ago that I sufr f»red a stroke of paralysis. At the time I weighed 205 pounds. I was obliged to quit work, and I haven't struck a lick at my trade in nearly twelve months. .1 fell off In weight to 147 pounds, a loss of 58 pounds. "I" have been nearly dead. In fact, I was so bad off that I thought my days' were really numbered. "I heard about Tanlac. I made some private investigations about the medicine. I inquired of several neighbors whoNrere taking Tanlac. They told me it was the beat .thing they had ever used, and that I would make no mistake in testing It I thereupon bought me some of the medicine. I began Improving in a few day* after commencing to use it My strength came back to me gradually, and I am now today stronger and feel younger them I ban felt in yeara. "Yes; it i* true. I have gained twenty pounds in two weeks. It seems strange to believe, bit it ia certainly so. I am now feeling so well that I am going back to work next Monday. "I consider Tanlac the most wonderful medicine ever sold here." Tanlac ill now sold here by the Con- nellsrille Drug Co. Taalac can also be secured in Dunbar at D. C. Eaaon'i Drug Store.-- AdT. " Dr. R. W. MacKenzie Weak Ifl f §1 Don't Nervous HI f* H Give Diseased ····»» ·· Up DO YOU- KNOW of any one ·who has Nerve, Blood or Skin Diseases? 914--ADMINISTERED SEND THEM TO ME 1C I treat your case charges will he reasonable, everything- strictly confidential and the beat pos«il)ln treatment. REMEMBER THE DAY. New Sloe Hotel. ConnellsvHlc, Pa- Special Prices on Auto Tires 1 30.13 30x3 '/i 32x4. 33x4 34x4 Guaranteed Tubes! 52.95 $3.10 $.1.35 54.10 54.25 54.35 West Side Garage Agency Pilot, Metz, Paige, Harmon . Motor Cars High Test Gasoline Best Motor Oils CAN WITHOUT SUGAR Will Irej. PerfeetJy J« Water u« Xay Be Use* ·!· M*«r *f : . · · :TnOi Tnimctf. · · · ^WASHINGTON, D. C-, July IS. -- "Ke«p canning, sugar or- no sujar," - aay ipecialists. of the United State* Department off Aariculture. ; . If · you caa't get enough mgar for home can- '· nteg put up your frtut irithout it. The products will keep perfectly until a time when more sugar ia available or until k sugar substitute, program has been worked out: Fruits put up ,jn this way are excellent for pie-flllint acd aalads and may be used: in dei- "serta. puddini*. ice*, and punchet. JB canning fruit irithout ugar, can the product the day it is picked. Cull, stem, seed and Clean fruit by placing ,in strainer and pouring cold water .over it Pack lie product carefully Battery Specialists PARAMOUNT JHEATRE 10e --TODAY AJTD TOMOKKOT-- 15e "The Lone Avenger" LASSO" FIUJ COMPANY PRESENTS THE GREATEST "WESTERN AND MOST EXCITING PICTURE PLAYER OF THE DAY IN HIS BEST PICTURE ' . FEATURING WILLIAM S. 1IART. ALSO' THE tTOVERSAL WEEKLY--DONT MISS THIS. ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY MABOUBEJTE CLARK IN "JRICH MAX. POOH 3L1N" Also a Good Comedy. ./ _TOXORROW-- Jesse I» Laslty Presents George Beban in "OKE SORE AMERICA^" Coming--ViUgraph's; Greatest American'Photo-Drama, "Over the Top, Featuring Sergeant Arthur Guy Empey (Himself) We under»t»nd Battericc, their peculi»jritie» JUKI trouble*: .The _moitt : modem, exchuire ftoT»Kt bMtery Mnice aUtion itmtside of Plttoborg. : . Wart flUa, C«n.fl.t»«, Fa, : THK THEATRI, THAT PLATS THE BEST Come When You Please. Stay As Long As Ton Like. ; WEEK OF JTTIT 15TH, Hal Hoyt Presents " ' - . ' " · ' A Feature Attraction'pn the S u n Circuit. ' - - C^'t Inflncles Hal Hoyt .._ · : . Harry. Chstpman Earl Wilcox ; . Anna Stein Choras of Six Real Singers aiid Dancers. . ;·'':4--Big VaudcTine Acts--4 * Sp*cl»U Lighting Effects. Wonderful Costumes. OnVtbe Scirieen--Helen Holmes m "The Lost Express " Another of Our Enormous sales of Beds.are resulting from the fact that in spite of the great rice advances everywhere around us, we are still selling beds at prices that jjjatways were sensationally low. a Wonderful Example! This Massive Bed, for - - It's just as It was before tlie war. It has not been. reduced ia size, nor cheapened in quality one particle, It has. full, height -head and foot, massive continnoiw posts measuring 2 inches in diameter, 30 vertical fillers, upper and lower cross rods, angle Iron head and foot rails, giving it 'great rigidity, and. it's that same "VEKXIS ' FES'ISH --a rich golden bronpze that will not tarnish. Such a sale is most opportune, as at this season cf the year there are a great many people starting housekeeping. Such a bed will match any Bedroom furniture irrespective of the design or finish. . Terms so easy that everyone can lake advantage-of this sale without feeling teh cost--only-- 50c CASH, 50c A WEEK. It's So Easy to Make Your Home Beautiful Our terms at payment are arranged so that our customers may supply all of their needs without feeling the cost. THIS HANDSOME MBRART TABLE FOB OSLI-- $14.75 PROVES OUB VALUES ABE UNMATCHABLE. IT'S A MOST ATTRACTIVE DESIGN. The massive scrolls which support the large top rest upon a very beautiful, large Colonial base. The artistic beauty ot the design Is enhanced by its high class finish which is a perfect reproduction of the handsome grain of quarter-sawed oak. Come und see It. "We are sure you'll admire it. And remember, you can put it In your home at once and pay for it in a way that yoa'll new mis* the money. $1.00 CASH, 50c A WEEK. It's Beauty Has Made It Exceedingly Popular Its popularity has been increased by the comfort and service it renders-^Our low price and very easy terms .have made it possible for everybody to purchase on« without feeling the cost. That's why the demand for these Rockers is so tremendous that sale must be limited to a few days oniy7 $16.75 OUB SALE PJUCE IS 03VXY-- EAST TEESS, J1.00 CASH, oOc A TTEEK. The covering is of that rich, golden brown, imitation Spanish leather. No covering ever became so quickly and so universally popular. The xraat, broad seat is deeply upholstered over a naiiss of steel coil springs. It haa doable pillow back; with large side wings. You'll save $3.00 by taking advantage of this Bale. DONT MISS IT! The Home of the Colombia Graf onola and Columbia Double Disc Becords Come in and have any of the latest Records play«d on this wonderful "life-tone" instrument. Tou'll find this is a REAL COLUMBIA SERVICE STATION, ' - COLUMBIA GKAFOJTOLAS' As Low As tlSM. The favorite model pictured here, complete with 12 selections (6 double records)-for only Easy Terms arranged to suit yonr convenience and" no' interest charges at 'tho Rapport-Peatherman Company. Comparisons Always Prove You'll Do Better at Connellsville's Most Dependable Furniture Store. Indian Creek. jooexxxstxwexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxjoo INDIAN CKEEK,'July,. 15.--Mr. and ] Mrs. William Boatty. and children of |' 'Connelisvllle are spending .a few days r here with Mr.. Beatty's parents. ; Mr. and Jlvs: Rodney Woodmancy spent over Sunday, among Connellsville friends. . Miss Jean Illig spent over Suaday among Connellsville'Criends. A. "\V. Nicholson uf .'Dickerson Run spent over t'unday with his family at Mill Run: . Gilbert Ma~ of "Comieilsviile spent over Sunday with his parents at Mill Run. Mr. and Mra. Walter Smith and son spent-a day among Connellsville and Leiaenring friends. Mr. and Mrs.- L. Otto of Jones Mill are spending today amoTig Connellsville friends and-shopping. Mrs. James Johnson of Connellsville spent ; over Siradav among Mill Run friends. Herman Hough of Donegal IB in Pittsburg on business. ;Ralph Cox of' Ohiopyle spent over Sun'day among Mill Run friends. j Patronize Those Who Advertise in This Paper. JOQooooQooaoooooeitxxiOOOOOcaoo^ Want HclpJ Then use our classified column, suits will follow. He- F. T. EVANS ESTATE. BOTH PHONES. "HT ffltS: TTMS

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