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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, April 24, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSYTJLLE. PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Liberty Bond Sales Have Reached Grand Toal Here of $14=4,6OO. MICKIE SAYS TJWN'S. QUOTA IS $205,450 -Man Charged With Evading Draft Is Arrested and Taken to Camp Lee in Custody of Officer; Town IVill Turn Oat Sunday to See Draftees Oft'. Special to The Courier. -MT. PUBASAOT, April 24.--Mt. Pleasant has sold $144,600 -worth of liberty Bonds in the Third Liberty Loan drive. Chairman- S.t-m Warden has announced chat he thinks without, any question the town will go over the top. The amount set for ML, Pleasant is ?205,*50. Standard Comes Stronz. James S. Mack, superintendent oC ;he Standard works of the H. C. Frick works, and also of the -Mount Pleasant "Water company, has announced that every employe of the water company has proven 100 per cent patriotic, as all own bonds frotr this issue and that the amount subscribed from, the Standard has totaled 553,000. Kvader Taken to Camp. Constable Gus Hoffmann left last evening for Camp Lee with Steve Polash, a Russian Erom South w est, classed as a deserter since. he refused to return his questionnaire to the local army board. 3'olasb. was very loud in talking about not returning his questionnaire. "ew Tnit formed. Mrs. S. C. Stevenson, chairman of the Red Cross committee, has organized a unit at the Church of God. .Mrs. George W. Stoner was made chairman and Mrs. S. Fulmer, secretary. Sounded Yery IInnum. Constable James EElis on Monday might was awakened by a young man who was going home from calling on a friend, and who told that in the alley up the street farther was some person in terrible distress Mr. Ellis and the young man, heavily armed, started for'the scene, and upon reaching the place where tlie mournful cries had come from, found a goat with several small ones belonging to Ton Gismondi. The goa 1 was hun- gr and cried very much liie a person in distress. Son Born. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Noble While of Stahlstown. at the local hospital, a son. V n d Another Son. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Berber, at the local hospital yesterday, a son To Ksoort Urafte*"*. All patriotic, fraternal. Slavish, Polish ind Italian societies, band*, drum corjs and council are invited to meet at the State armory at 3.30 o'clock on Sunday afternoon and acccmpany the drafted men from District Xo. 6 to the B. 0. depot. On May to Prance. William S. Porch, a member of Company A, Machine Gun Battalion. S2nd division, was home on a two da furlough to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Porch. He was one of the first lot of draftees who left this town seven months ago, and has been In tramtr g at Camp Gordon Ga. His division has been moved within the past two weeks to an embarkation, port. Killed in $Jne. Emery Sofranko, aged 65 years, of Calumet, was instantly killed by a fall of slate at the Calumet mines. His body was brought to the Reichman undertaking rooms. The fuaeral will be held from his late home tomorrow morning. Interment will Collow in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery- He leaves a large family. Xosko Body Here. Michael Kosko. aged 35 years, who died a: the Cottage State hospital. Connellsville, will be buried from the Reichmau undertaking parlors on Thursday afternoon. Interment will be made hi the Slovak cemetery. Austrian Bnried. Charles Roskomik. aged 44 years, was buried in the Trauger Jreek cemetery Erom the Reicbman undertaking ' parlors yesterday. He leases a wife a-pd family in Austria. $10 RILL,LosT VOUR PE-T BUU.OOG, \MW4T TO 8VJV A BONO O« V.'t'vN-t -to SEU- THE yea., -TAKE A CVMMMCE. ON Oun. -rues eo-r iwe THE PAJLtatOIEi'T. "THE WINE GIRL."--A five-part Bluebird feature, in which Garmel Myers is seen in the leading role, is being shown today. The plot o' this interesting screen production concerns an American jouth who falls in love with the daughter of an Italian. His rival. Chlco, blackmails the girl's father and trigs vainly to get the girl. · The father is supposed to be murdered, but torns up unexpectedly at the close. The vineyard settings are attractive and photographed with the smooth even effect for which the Bluebirds are famous. CarmoJ Myers is atractive as usual in. the rote of the Italian girl. Bona Kenneth Harlan makes a splendid hero. A selected comedy .s included Tomorrow. Ethel Clayton, the fascinating TVorld star, will be featured in "The Witch Woman." her newest attraction, m which she portrays a siart- linR role. The splendid picture was written for Miss Clayton by Willarrt Mack, the famous author of one of the biggest stage successes of the current New York season. "The TVHch Woman" is noted for its splendid scones and superb acting. The scenery is of the sort tbnt will long [ be remembered by all those who see ! t'je picture, and the btory is one of the kind that sticks in the memory i for months. Friday, Francis X. Busb- j -nan and Beverly Bay-no will he seen in 'The Brass Check.' On Saturday "The Auction Block." a Goldwyn feature, will be bhown. THE SOIS50X. Indian Creek. "REDEMPTION*," with Bvelyu Nes- bu and her son, Russell Thasr, considered by many one of the most remarkable photo-plays ye: screened, and fresh from a highly successful career on Broadway, Nerr York, where it was a profound sensation, winning instantly with the overwhelming coherency of Its story, and the thrill and tense interest of its narrative. Is being shown for the last time today at ;he Soisson theatre, this afternoon and tonight. The excellent direction of Julius Steger and Joseph A. Goldman 13 evident throughout. No eicpcnst^ was spared to make "Kedempt on" a. noteworthy play, which will greatly interest not only through the star's name and the part that her hfe plays in the story, but also in the production. There is an extraordinary fascination about MJ3S Nesbit Thai indefinable something which transcends beauty and genius and is often called personality 13 here in full measure. She has one of those rare and charming natures that win an instant response of complete sympathy from all who come within their spell. Her transparent sweetness of character, which the screen reveals as nothing else ever did, will add greatly to her per- onal attractions and mental gifts in making her one of the greatest favorites of the world-wide picture loving j public. OKPJ1KIDT THJBATRE. over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, at Mil! Run. Jake Dull spent over Sunday aoiong ConnellsnUc friends. Miss Daisy .McLim, who spent the past week here'at'the home of Mr. and Urs. P. W. Daberko, returned to her home'at Ohiopyle. Mrs. Boitaey Woodmancy and son Rnssell.'spent over Sunday among Bear.Ran friends. Clarfc S. MiUer from Indian Head, [A a business caller m Connellsville. jwilbam Halsong. superintendent of the Rogers Coal company, spent over Spndaj- with his family at Dunbar. ·Miss Sadie Kooser from Connells- vjlle, spent over Sunday, with her Barents at Mill Ron. ,! Mrs. William Sanner from Davla- ' t»*ii. Is calling on Connellsville trtends and shopping. .' Cha P. Xewell from Mill Rtrn, was ii business caller here today. George-Bigam is transacting business la Connellsvllle today. A. W. Nicholson from Dlckernon Run, spent orer Snndo.y viOi hbi family at Milr Run. Tom Krnsh spent a. day -arlla his fairilly la Connellsvllle. patronize those who advertise. Fox drama, featuring has to do with the sac- i rifice an orphan makes to repay a U S. senator for his kindness in adopting her. She allows the finger of gulH to be pointed at her so as to save the senator the distress of knowing that his wife has been untrue to him. This wife loves a man who is a German spy, and extracts from the senator's safe United States government secrets. Miss Hyland's own swei-theart aids her in getting the spy and in bringing back to herself the lost affection of the senator. Tomorrow Olive Tell is featured m "The Girl and the Judge," and shows how a kleptomanias kept her friends busy. April showers' wish and clean old mother Earth of Winter's germs and impurities. Hollister's Rocky Mountain. Tea does the same thlnK for your stomach. bowels, blood --purifies, cleans you through and through, a thoroughly Spring remedy. 3Sc. Tea br TabfetA Coaa«tiavill« Drty; Co.-Ad*. C. S. Stwl Corporation Has Extensile Southern fmpTOYfTnonffl In Progress. -.The United States Steel Corporation is spending about $20,000,000 in enlarging its operations at Fairfleld Ala. near Birmingham, to increase its ' facilities for making Bhip plates and ' for the production on an enlarged! i scale of by-products coke output of j i chemicals for war use j | It is also spending abont $15,000,-! MO on a shipyard at Mobile, where it has purchased 10.000 acres of land a.s th» site for a gigantic industry. Let it not be forgotten that the duty of each and all of us is to buy Liberty Bonds. Let our money fight for us; strengthen our armies abroad and so shorten the war. There is a great shirt sale going on this week in every one of our furnishing departments. While you have the opportunity it would be wise to invest for we can not tell how much longer we can offer shirts of this high calibre at the present prices. The celebrated Emery brand is our leading shirt; standard percales, all white ground, black and white stripes, black colors, soft cuffs attached. There are other lines of shirts which you may prefer. This. class of goods is advancing, which means the shirts are going to advance. It is a great opportunity to stock up. Toil will also find in our furnishing departments, complete lines of collars, cuffs, neckwear, hosiery--a stock equal to any town or city, and prices we believe jost a little bit lower. 43 Large Department Store*, Located in Fayette, Wectmoreland and Allegheny Counties. Grandpa Is Sixty-four Today ami In tTia b«t of fcaalth. H»l« fcnd h«ity, wKh good, red blood. good appetite aad rood disertlon, Ormudpa'fl ncrvoa fcre Btudy. too He takes cars of Wnuelf. Be keeps himself fit. H« ··«· to It that hU narrea Md blood ·re IK good Bhap* Vfh«n he find* that b« !· MUar without rvltoh, ***!Inc a. llttte d»pr**»ed and CTTJM, ·I«PT aH da? yet c*n *ot *le«p at nlfht. h« kMfflaa hi* tr*atmem of Bfo-f«ren, the r«rv« and blood tonic -Bto-fcrcn, *. compound of Lo^thln Iron P«plo»U and other vaftoobta tonic eleniMU In tnW«t form, la Jiut ·imctlj what the arerftia tlr«d bu«J- n«sa man, the averm** housekeeaar Bead* at a»a*on of the year. It tho nerreM and puu vljfor and ·ncrx7 Into th* lyvtffim. Thorv ti no rayvtery about B!o- fercn. Evi-ry packace shows lost exactly th* contwrt. Artt your doctor -\bertt. Blo-forcn, or, if Twa ^»rts^. ·end u* bis name and wn ^U forward him the complete tonnula, OlT« Blo-fer«n a fn.Vr trial. If It don't mnXe cood your moaer will ba ptaacafitly re Lured to j ou In tor- eatint N-ok;let will t« moiled jou on Lane p*okui H-00 «.( all good dro«3«Ui or direct tf yo«r drmrRlst don t handl* 1L Tb* Senlanel Rem- edlM Co-, Ctpolnnati, Ohio. LEAVES NO AFTER-EFFECTS EXCEPT HEALTH At-L D R U G G I S T S - L A R G E PACKAGE 1^2 Help Win the War With COAL P RACTICALLY every consumer of coal is engaged in war work of some kind. They need coal in large and regular shipments. This company has been, appointed agents to purchase the requirements of a large number of important industries. We appeal to coal producers to advise us what coal they can ship to take care of these very pressing needs. Government price paid. Prompt settlements guaranteed. MOORECOfflPANY, INCORPORATED Land Title Building, WfHADEWHIA, PA. Wko to Fatrnnlie. Merchants who advertise their good* Th» Dally Courier. Has Your ,, i . . Iwbscnption Come '" am renew U nex time you m in town. oocxxxwotxxxxxioooooocxxxwa jj J. B. KURTZ, \ g NOTARY PUBLIC 5 AND REAL ESTATE. f 8 "s, H Couth Meadow LM*. · O Conmllwlllo Pa, . L Driving a Hose ¥/edge in High Prices and ^y ^3 EJ «jy Proving That "The Big Store" Undersells To save money should be uppermost in everyone's life because it is power that gives us the worldly things we neec! and want. Here is a chance to save. Sensational Purchase and Sale of Women's and Misses' High Grade That brings our customers a golden o p p o r t u n i t y IQ secure the most wonderful values and right in the -\er heart of the season, too. $19.75 to $27.50 Dresses oily $16.75 $12.75 to 915.0ft Suits at $10.00. $12.75 to $14.50 Coats, at 810.00. 1...0 to $16.50 Dresses at $10-00. $29.30 to $55.0!) I Smart .Suits. $24.75. | $29.75 to $32.50 | Coats »( $24.7.". § $29.50 to S37.50 Dresses at $24.75. 10 Crash Toweling . . . . 6c 1 5 c Best Calico - - - - - 9 c 25c Bleached Muslin - - 29c Spring Percale - - - 35c Huck Towels - - - 22c Apron Gingham - Women's 19c Vests - - - 25c Dress Gingham - - - 35c Heavy Turkish Towels Boys' 89c Kne.e Pants Boys' 48c Waists Men's Work Sox - - Boys' 75c Wash Suits - Men's $1 Night Shirts - 75c Rag Rugs ..... 21 c 27c 15c lie 19c 29c 55c 29c 13c 47c 79c 59c $2.50. 82.00, S1.75 and $1.25 NEW WAISTS Yoi es 1 iuviib UUL Q ' ^ a m K s itrotl\ sn Ie* in nl] white or -tripps also m v p n h s ind blut-s u M6i $2.50 to $ Fine .\e\\ Waifats ?J oO 10 ? I ,"0 The Big: Store Leads in Millinery* Values $5.00 to $6.50 S t u n n i n g "ew · Trimmed Hats H v t r y ne"w shapp-- r-verx smart style-- e^ery ne\v color, included in this popular price shcm ,ne. $2 50 N'eT.- Uijtrinimecl Sliapes _ . Up to M.Sn Clnldren's smart Sprint; Hats $1.39 95c Extrac rdinar y Values iiz Footwear "\\ omen b 55 " ' 3rown Kid Shoes at _ $3.48 Children =, ^ ftj Gi n Shot s $1.39 l ( l a k $4.45 $7.45 e*' $". Kid Si.98 r. v. s. Conjions Tnipc ;is Valuable as Stamps Tnico as Viiluable .is .Stamps Bell Plmnc »-"n -IS V. Bill St ' PATEONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER, TRA.VSHiR CO.\IPV"T General, Light and Hea\y Haul nig Local and I-ong Distance Moving: JljrhS M. Cual iind ('nl«c. ( J. N. Trump FHITE LIN TRANSFER MOTOll TKl'CK euid W UOVIMG AU H O t f f T X X G PIAA'OS A hPSCIAl.TY. FOR WHITE SHOES ,, Gives a Lilj wMte fiaish to* shoes aad leaves no yellow tinge. Does not change the natural grain of leather or texture of fabric. ^ ean ycmr shoe3 m any times one box. Ask An/Store? H H A I S HADE IK BLACK-TAN-WHITE-BEP

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