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

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 28, 1918
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THE; DAILY COtTHIER, CuDNELtSVILLri PA. OF THE DAT I f AT MT. PLEASANT · BRIERY RELATED Many Well Known fomng ·Ton I*»T« Next Tbunday for Camp Lee. THE IBT % Mim. Iihkt/irife ·( C«t*i V. B. VIM* MCT SaMtafr at tiM Age ·! " r, J* Tw*r K*d " Cr»» ·f BtMClal to 1 JTT r"»ASANT,;'March 28.--The ; i» the list/otinen who will next Thursday In tie draft'from Di»trict No. 6: : Carl E. Smif, MeM- mere, NielrSpalaris, Latrobt; "John E. Tfaipierv Southweat;' Thomas ,H. .-j!Ur»k.. Mammoth; -Vincent Thetde,' ^rBt. Vincent, .Beaitj-; George F. Mellon,, Mammoth; George "W. TOsffeld, Latrobe, Frank Grsbiak, Porryopolis X. D , "Walter Bower, 3K. Pleasant; JTkmdore Walker, Tarr;Michael Mc- Gerem, Mt. Pteaaant; Jolua. Noel, r Tou»g»town; John Lojan, Southwest; i Hmines, Latrobe B, D.; Tony , Crabtree; Xarianna 'Memani, , Bronck Koerasky, Jeaaette; "Walter Rolnolk. .Southwest; Michael tort Naaaar. Mt. Pleasant: James Bawae. Mt Pleaaant; Enric Pasqualti, tatro**. B. D.; William Bnfrman, Taoaaatom; Jacob H»n»r, Whitney; J"*a«k Z. WalKer, : Mt. Pleasant; JttJhH Badrck, E»»t pittatwrj; Henry Neaamuc aack ·EdTfafd W. Kaip, Jon** Den. 8.x Bellinger, United; Pawofekukl, ' Mt. Pleaaant; Walter Bolaoifc South. wat; Michael J.Mnrray, Whitney,- f Roy J-. auiil, JOBOT Mills; "William E. Kelly. Transar;.JEmry £. Borna, Ligahler; WllUai Kaach*, ; MpFleaaaia; Ster« IT, Staolatown; Henry O. Brows, Craktre*; Jwepb N. Chtiley, Mt Pleai-. ·ft.'mtmi Harhager, Mt- Pleaaant; BamM M. Croiaw, Talapaiiao, Ini; Main P«to, Mt PleaMnt; Andrew .Mnrartx, Kt/Pleaunt Unity; Geprg* Bjaajlla, Trwia^r^Xjdcar Ai Ilarr, La* ' tnb* B. D.; Augwt Bntski, :.Greena- ^kBUV.S. D., lamer Mllliron,"Mt. Fieaa- aat r -Lawrenci! B. 3h«w, Mt Pleaaimt; JOmu JUmtj. Mt Pleaaant; Nayareno AJbattbn. Baggatlr; Raphael. Jairas, ·Mlkweat; Jowl* C. Ihte; Latrobe; KM* Wetty, Mammoth; Mftv Molcha TMUd; Aha C. Bktaer; Hirrisburg; Mike Uhrla, Latrobe; Jofca P. Veayan- ko, United, ud Joaeati Kttehmark, fluaUiaaat JOtemate* -are Edwartt B. Kalui. Donagal; Elekard Boasart. I««tp««s: Lee MUllrm, Jit lleuant; Doaato DtpaBqaali, "lit.'- Pleasant; : K. Heeae." "Whitney, and Joe Jars. M. B. BwU», ao* 1* T»«s. Oft. T«IT MM inly at h«- College aTe- .MM kon* ·· Tmwoay ni»tt ot acute Mfewttoa. No..amacsmeii.t»..haTe k**m ·! for th« faneraL; BeaidM ··r kaflknC Ca»i. Hnkbs. sha 1 snr- Tfce foUowiag U a report of the in- jattart»« ot ; ki*te4 irtielM heU by tfce KM Creei ebaater: Seottovle, 60 MTMtan, M pairs.of wiMlets, U jtin «T Mdu. «Ml M hetmeU; Mt Haiaiat. n rwaUera, 31 pahn ot Bihtfata. » mofflen. 3 helmets and m fotn of aoeka. WliTTOUSTO , PIETERT APPBHHOTIS CnnnattarUle ·people should know akBfle InckUwre bark, glycerine etc.. aa aMxed in Adter-i-ka, tuches .the aatfcre fcirnel tract » eompletaly that aa*a*aViti« la nrerented. On« spoon- fa) tiBirl fra r*H«ve» any ease, aoiir atoaaadi, gaa or constipaUon becaiue It mnoTW ail-foni-maiteir. which" c'log- ga* md poisoned your srsteia. The iBetaot action iorpriaea both doctors ··4 jatieaU- A. A. Clarke.V-A.dT. ^ LAHOR^SfflPMEKTS I., MH Baartri a Tetal *l "Water and : land carriera which inai oAfrom . .the Lake dhtrlet fcandled 64,«7.0eS tana in 1917. (H this figure, «2,- 4tM*l to»' ^ere shipped by lake and IJM.iel tone were hauled directly by rail from the mine* to consuming aotate, aa qbowa Vytne :offlcial sta;- tistka contnllad by The Iron -Trade , Tke all-rail shlpmtnU show a stead Oy flaticaataic Imprrttinrn In niilntiin la« the pig iron output of the hlut · riataam Iribotary to tie Lake r 3uptr- Mr*district. : ; ,TI»M. direct shipment! ·am We» cioae to 1,000,000 tons both ia'JWT a»d In 1»1«. while 30 Tear* ago UHL joraiit movement was only MO,- NECESSITY FOR FOOD CONSERVATION TO BE IEPTBEFORETMVELERS P. JL R. to WiptoT -Series uf FoMon IB C»r» Ttat WDI be S«» fcjr.- -, MO^MO Pe»»le Dally. In coSper»Uoo with the ;: United States Pood Administration, the Penn- ·jriranUi railroad uystem has arranged 10 provide space in'its'passenger curs for the display ot posters tb. aid In tellim" the- Vnb.lie .the facts as to th« necessity for food conservation _ The fatter* · will be placed 4n the coaches on all ]tortion9'-;of the: Pennsylvania system, both east and west ol PittAurg, and will .be the first printed" matter ot any Mnd to be displayed in Pennsylvania railroad cars. Approximately 5,006 day coaches, baring a. total seating capacity of more than 300,000 passengers, will be available; tor the display oc the fodd-^say-, lag potters.,' .This' will-tervevto'rliif:. 'the' salient facts 'as to fine iecessity; for food conservation -'before more than 216,bOiD,00'-persons a year, . or n«arlTo600,008Va^diy. L These figure*. are based on: jne;jaseeigerB traffic the P«l»7lTania.Ilailroad System. iniSlT. 1 The' joajersy-iini be changed from; ·time to thnej'.ii' order p'reseiit. ; neiir phases ot the'sub'ject:^; food SB-ring.' In- additloi to the postere-'prepared .for use lp. ; the "dayi coaches, 7 special car* irllf be aiaplaywMn the restaurant cars and restaurants ~ setting forth the .fact that Pennsylvania-railroad system i» ajmeinBer of the United States Food Administration, and pb- serres all .the regulations laid down' by {he Adminiiitraiton. Jor tlie saving o f food.. .":". '·'''.. -' · · ' · · ' . ' nrcLE six SKEDS iror. B Wanti Ton to Help Bin BJgkt Here atEoBie. . Tie ieryice he aata ot you benefltiT ywu Just a» much as it" does him. He buy War Savings Stamps. He paya liberal;''lntenat; ' a n d - the money is to be used win the war.: Stamp* oo ««le and fuH in/or-, niatioa at the Firm National Bank of " ' "-Adr^.-.:'. . V - " ' · ' - ·"· ' all-rail shipment* in 1917 .show ot only 0.73 per cent; or 13,534 ·»« 1»1«. Ta» lake moiement a lou of 1S3SI tons, mak- lac tke Mt loss (or the year 2,221,463 to««, «c JJJ pw cent · ' '··"···'· A* VaU 4 States Steel '· Corporation »Mj»i tSjmffn tons-last year, com- Bwradwltti 31,673,131 tons, or «.34 per c«A acataxt 47.52 per cent in 1816 and W ttr etui IB IMtt. - ' Practice *l JhfckiJt* f.»«sw«rk. ' It ham been said" that the practice of. medicine at beat is simply a game of gnesBwork, because the action of dragB varies to a great degree upon different individuals; but when, a medicine tas ;lived for forty years, constantly cniwlnK In sales and popularity there «an be no peater proof of its merit. Sluch a.mediclnc is Lydia [ B./Plnlrism;s;A;;Veg«tflJle Compound, tl*t\ famous- old. root; "and herb ·'rem- edy, now recognized from shore to shore as the standard remedy for female Ills-- Adr. ' To* win find than la cmr ad. colnmat: Don't Neglect your stooMcb. Keep jt strong and well When food dis? grew with it, strengthen it with BEHHAM'S MILS *··-· ****·» "H«*« *«. wdit, -rarr chap-foil *t kal tte, cMllw Ntmid, Ik D. D. IrritltkB .- Bw*. Save a Quarter Each Day and Invest itfin War Saving Stamps--On Sale at Our Coupon Desk-- Main Floor. With This up to $5.59 Trimmed Hats . L, $3.95 Large and small stapes in the very newest trimmed * styles and colors to suit every taste THE BIG STORE ithThi e | Regular $2.50 French Kid Gloves : $1.95 Plain. bl«ck of Viack with rour rows o£ emoroidery 'wliite, all sizes, Special $1.95. ,March 29 Extraordinary Values j No Phone Orders, C. 0. D. or Approvals on Coupon Items. Please Bring Coupons With You. In order to make tomorrow a Record Breaking Coupon Day -we offer choice of brand new merchandise from every department throughout the store at famous Coupon prices. And coming as it does just two days before Easter makes a special appeal to all thrifty women. Just get your scissors and klip the thing you want--that's the way to shop on Coupon Day. _· ' .'' '.· ' , . . ' ' · . . \ · ' . . ; . ' · - - . ' ^ ' · . ' With This Women * and Misses' $16.50 Values $12.75 i Latest bussle, back models'of fine quality Serge, in . Navy, Copen, and Black, trimmings ot braid and buttons, ail sizes, Special, ?12.75. Women's'$7.90 Sweaters .--;--_."Women's and misses' newest Shetland wool Sweaters, slipovers or button--front and belted styles, all colors. $1.25 to $1-50 Silk Camisoles . beautiful flesh color .Silk Caraf- solcs in ln^eiit lace, and ribbon trimmed stylia. 99c Xuslin Wear Consisting of Gowns, Envelope Cliamise and Petticoats oE fine Natuftook, lace and 'embroidery trimmed. C O U P O N Women's $1.25 Silk Gloves ........... Heavy Milanese Silk Gloves in white and "New Mode" with black embroidered backs or self trimmed. 59c 69c Silk Glores "Women's TVaphsljie Silk Gloves in blnclt or white, all sizes, with this Coupon 59c. Women's ^1,39 Presses Women's extra ·well made House Dh esses ot good Percales . and Ginghams^ with Coupon only 9Sc. With This Women's and Misses' $15 to $16.50 Dresses $10.00 The season's newest models of Taffeta and Serge, in all wanted shades, sixes for women and misses, special at $10.00. $1.50 American Alarm Clocks - 97c«»3 cakes Castile Soap - - - - ' - lOc^l^SO House Scales--Special - - 89c Women's Kimonos q( heavy quality crepe in attractive patterns at Obc. . . COUF»ONI _ $4.45 CoBMllBTOl*. Pi. National Taxi and ·' , , . Tramfer eoop TorarsG CABS ASO IBVCKS TO Atl Quick serrice. : 'Moderate chwge, · . Carafnl driven. '· ' : MoTing «nrl hauling: ' ' ' : : J. Tl/HITE LINC- fT TRANSFER £i ·UTOB TBDCK u WAOOIM. · ' i AAD iionvoro · Rieck's Ice Cream Freeh Prmn Pitt»b«i^i Brety bay. TAKE A" BRICK HOME Senred With Delicious Dreseings at Collins' Drug Store, u; s. rrrrsjujite STBEET. Girls' Shoes .Growing girls' brown kid English. Shoes, imitation tips,.all sizes, 2U to 7.' 69c · Corset Covers ..___ Beautiful new styles in lace and:' embroidery" trimmings, Friday, special 48c. . WiJhThis Women's and Misses' $12.50 Coats^lO New Spring modelsr-in,Plaids, Checks and Mixtures, Special Friday at $10.00. Childrens $3.50 and $4.0Q Raincoats MerceriSed Rain liood attached. . Capes in Red and Blue.witli Boys' 75c tfn io n Suits · Spring weight Balbriggan, knea lengtli with short sleeves--sizes 6 to 14 years.' COUPON Hen's $1.-00 78c "Well made, fjill size blue denim Bib Overallsr-with Coupon, 7Sc. ,, 79c $1.00 Corerall Aprons - Fill! size, well made Aprons in lignt ahd dark colors, with this .Coupon;only 79c. COUF»O 50c Table QQ/» Damask O tj v Excellent quality lull bleached Mercerized Table Damask in attractive patterns. Special 39c yd. COUPON 18c 25c Dress Gifighams _._ Beautiful Spring patterns. ID stripes, checks and plaids, special at ISc yd. C O U P O N ! 30c linen OO^» Crash ,,..,,.. ^OC "Stevens" all pure linen bleached Toweling--absorbent quality-Friday special 23c yd. ' lOc Crash Toweling 90 Fancy Taffeta Ores,; Skirls $2;98==$2.50 Voile and Lawn Waists - $1.98 P)-| i AC ·25c New ' ' * Percale _..._...^ Newest Spring patterns and colorings, in light and dark 'colors,.'. Friday 21c yd.';. : , , . · " C O U F»0 IXI - . . . . . Women's *8.00 Sid Shoes .,,.__ Bfrown Kid, lace style, D in, topii, Louis heel, Special Coupon day. . . . . ... . ... · · (j»r Q/\ »£JO»«/\F 98c Children's if 1-»0 Brasses.._ Newest models of'tub proof Ginghams in plaid and checks, ..sizes 6- ''·to 14"yosirs." ^ . -, . . ' . " ' . 'V COUPON fi»-| .«p JL« Children's $2.50 H»ts . · Smartly trimmed with flowers and ribbon in the most popular styles. . , . COUPON Boys' 75c Pants ...._;... . Dark..raixcd materials, well made, ' ·full, size Bloomer Pants'," sizes 6 to 17 years.. . ... . Up to 75c Collars .,,.,, _________ ,, Newest style collars and sets of Satin,- Organdy; Georgette "and Pique, special at 50c. ' . co UPON Children's $3;00 Shoes ......... ... Fashionable - ' Patent Leather vamps with white cravenette tops, lace style,' sizes' 8% to 11. QT : .*7 ; 1 c o u PON -| QO _±»t/O Dress Skirts $3.50 Values ..... _ ; "Women's and Misses'--,. Smart Dress Skirts 'in plaid materials, extraordinary values-at $1.98. . ' · ' Brassieres 50c Values _____ ......... ..... Embroidery Irimnicd, hooked £r.ont style. Special values at S9c. $1.25 Lingerie Waists ."..; ....: Vpile, Organdy 'and Madras Waists, lace and embroidery trimmed. COUPON QS/» »/Ol Popular; $1.50 Corsets ...... Low bust, long hip model of fine aiiaiity white cputil. Misses' $4.00 Shoes _______ : Chocolate brown^faid, lace pattern cloth. tops, English style, .sizes lli to 2. . 1 ·- . POM $1.75 $2.00 Dress Gloves French Lamhsldn Gloves, in- all white or white -with black stitching. $1.25 Spl.50 Sheets ·· 'Full double bed sizes, 81*90, special for. Friday at $1.2o. " Touths' $3.50 Shoes Made ot Gun Metal leather, lace, English" style, sizes 33% to 2--with this Coupon ?2.95. 59c Women's 75'c Hose .... "Women's Fibre Silk Hose in Mack or iroite, all sizes--with this Coupon onlySOc. COUPON 12ic Colgate's Talcum "Colgate's" nationally known Talcum Powder Friday only with, this Coupoi 12c. COUPON "Women's 1 Vests _ ....... ·*· Women's Gauze Knit Vests, tailored tops, white oniy, special Friday 12%c. , "Jap Sflk" Crochet Thread · Superior quality Crochet Thread in white and colors, all numbers. COUPON Boys' $1-00 Wash Suits Newest Spring styles in combination colors, ages 2% to 7 years. 78c $1.25 NewestScrim Curtains, pair 89cp=°35c;Large TurkishTovtels - . - ' . - . ' 29fcc=25c Bleached Muslin · - * - ' . . . 19 C *M*M*WMWUMVI*IMUM*UAIVWM*V**ni Confluence. CONFUJJJCE, March 28.^-The Man- hatian quartet of the Coif, Nelson, Lyceum Bureau, Pittsiburg;. will-'.glve : a first class entertainment ; ln the. Lutheran church thla" eTeningV: , ProceedB. for tte local. Red Cross-'- chapter: Mrs Milton Long has retameVl to her home hi Somerset, after- visiting: her brother,-Silas Hlleman and family of the West Side several days Mrs. 'John Hunter and, son,. Ira, o£ JohdisbnvChapeli :Pa., : were" here, yesterday on. their way to Connisllsville: "J-.-WvCIouse contractor of : this,.place who ;has ha3; a large ciintract building houses'for a'coal.coiopany at Ohiopyle expects to complete the saime.,.in ; the next week or 10 days , 'Rev. "W. M. Bracken, pastor of the M. K. church will Sunday.everiing next preach a sermon -appropriate · to,- the dedicaition o£ a: service: flag for those:who are.ih the service from the church. JVIrs;.."vVm. .Lediow o£ Braddock, Pa; and Miss SopMi Hilaman o£. ASdMoa, Pa., are visiting their brother Silas Hileman'and family cit the Vest Side at present. Mrs.- Sheridan .Hunter has returned to her home in.Ohiopyle after visiting friends at Somerneldr Pa. Thomas JetfreyB.of Addison,--'Pa;, was here yesterday .on ' his. .way to Pittsbtirg, Pa., on business. Lottie Lancaster, was.ber.e yesterday on- her way to her hoine in Somerfield, ~, aftcv,.visiting friends-at Somerset, Pa., a few days. .. . ' : ' . . , Julius Butler of Somerfleld, Pa., w"aa here yesterday on his -way to Connells^ .ville, Pa., to visit friends.'. G. W. Lenhart a well known merchant of Llstonburg, Pa., was her* yesterday transacting business. Mr. andilrs; P. E. Vincent of FoiOi Hill was hfre /«et«pd«jr .. . _

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