The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1918 · Page 8
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April 30, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVIIJLJC PA. TUESDAY APRIL 30 1918 OCERS MUST CUT OUT WASTE SAYS MR. HEINZ F. 9. food Administrator Issues Instruction to aCereluuito of Keystone State. CERTAIN SALES i s 1 Iniit Upon Avout of Stocks 1 Sneers May HoU and tke Supply i 3ay Be Sold to A»y One C«»- r; fnaatilnifirni Bestrietrd. i , April 30--"Penn- grocers must inaugurate an pjuraadiate campaim tor the elimina- Stion of waste and extravagance, says ^Howard Heinz, Food Administrator of HYauuylvanJa, in a rigorous statement j.Ja*de-today "Among the important I would like to make to cers are these. : "Co not oraer or keep on hand more a 10 days atrppry ot sagar or Kv OJkml of Door to a person residing m town or city, or more than one- u a person living in a iarm- s or keep on band more i a 60-day euppjy of the followinf commodities and do not »eU i than a 60-4ay supply^aexeot to roM customer: Canne4P»a» Canned Potatoes Canned Corn Canned Salmon flgTMh VecetaUea Canned Sardine* tYMttrr PoTM 3ta|le Sugar Dr«* Fraa* Dried Apple* flirted Katetoe MolsMea In bulk g- _ Pur* Map}* Syrup ~P "Wheat fltw mint not be sold «n- {·W toe ewtonMr tMm -wfceat zubiti- at the win* time. He mast ··· pound of wbe«t rabstitutea for ·a* fcmd of wieatfloor. «alea are prohibited, tba* near may be add to cotn- oonaneal, and wheat maat be aaid -»lth iriteat floor Dawson. eompUaaee with the direc- of tne state and county admtn- Sbatars are eaecntiai." Ccnfloence. Aprn 30-- W. S. ·attkein n» returned to Ids home in feoieraet, arter vtetboc frtends at 'SilbyspoTt J£d.. for several dara. and Sirs E. I* Be«J! and t»o n of ConneUsmie, were main with the formers jBreota nere 3tr and Mi« Brace Tr«otle and nter ot CouoeBadne, -were re- viittoca -witt. frtende. h«re B Brown, Baltimore * Ohio loaaaafB, is off duty on account afcknen. BgtaWr "W M. Bracken, Jawtor of (ha ·tx. eharch here, ha* *on« to iwavr . where he Iz hoUtec e»*n- ·atfetic aWrieea. Ultrs. T. IT Humbert Is TtoUng wrm [faadc In ContteBariDe. ·late. Cbavrie* IfcMntt sad doubter DAWSON. April 30--Nineteen out of .il of the Dawson graduating* class .Bed the final examinations Satur- Donald Bush carried off the honors Nelson 'Walsh of Woodiawn spent Monday with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Scott Osborne of East Liberty, were Saturday Pittsburg callers. Mrs 3 L Thomas has returned home from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. William Shannon Youngstown, Ohio Vfrs Johrr Jacobs has returned to her home in Easu Libert} trom a few days visit with her mother at Mc- Ki.es Rocks who is on the sick list. William Brown son ot Mr and Mrs A C Brown who is in training at C mp Lea surprised them when he arrived home Sunday for a short fur lough Mr and Mrs Maurice Stevens of Glassport spent over Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs William McDonald Word has been received here of the marriage of George McGill, Jr of Monessen He is the son of Mr and itrs Harry C McGill, formerly o£ Dawson. Miss Cora Gilland has returned to her^h-ome in Cleveland. Otto Haas, n his hotel, the Dawson House, has some fine photos ot the Florence mine tipple at Laurel Run- 3t shows the tipple with a trip of coal from the mines also a view of 1he new bucket system which conveys th« coal acrces the Yoagh river to the Pittsburg t Lake Erie side They were snapped by Photographer Sprtaffw ot ScottdaJe. Mrs Thomas Mclntyre irteited with ·firienda m Somerset Sunday Charles J McGill w«s a reecnt business caller at th» county aeat Clarence Dorbm of Dickerson. Run who has been home the past tevr davs on ftnioacn, wfll leave today to join bis company at Camp Lee. INDIAN CREEK, April 29 --Mr and Mrs. Sodney 'Woodmancy spent over Sunday among Bear Run friends Jlr and Mrs Fred Humphries spent OTW Stmday among ComiellsviJle frmods. air and Mrs. J. L, "WHUaua and children from ConnellsTtlle, spent over Sunday wltt Mr Williama par ents, Mr and Mis George Williams, near Mill Bun. Mrs. Wlfflam Beatty «nd tMldren trom ConnellaTine, spent o*w Sunday here among fricndi Mrs Edward Jfiaer from ConneDs- vin«, »pent orer Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. C, H. Brooks at Normarrille Mr and Mrs. J K. Wortnan from, Baltimore, spent a Jew day* with Mrs rtnBV»« brother and sister to-l*w Mr and Mrs Jake Don, at Jones MH1 Mr and Mn L. Otto fitro Jones' MH1, are spending today arooBg Con- nellsvfll* friend*. Miss Ruth Baker from Scottdale spent over Sunday »n»n;; Jones' Mill friends. Mr and Mlm. Bert SSirpley from _jll Ron, are calling on ConneBs- viHe trteids and skopptog today. George Cramer from Bockwood, !s spendmc today among MiD Run MMVW«n«WWflARWtf3{«!«'»«A^^^^ PARAMOUNT J HE ATRE --TODAI-- "WHO IS JUNE 1 SHE CHARMING VIOLA DA,A -VS JUNE |IN T1IB STIRH]G 7 ACT DltAMA 'BLUE JEANS' A PICTURE THAT 'WILL, HOLD \OU TO 10UR SEATS FROM, BC GINMING TO kND THIS PICTURE SURL'ASSrS IPS STAGE CAKCrK ALSO A KBYSTONL COJILD1 IN 2 ACTS ' TOMORROW THE PLA'i S THE THING BLUE BIRO PRESLNTS FRANKLYN FARMiM Th story ot a mollycoddle who thought he w a t Dutcli but later ] found lie was Irish -ui(l pro\ cs this in "FAST COMPANY" ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IiN S V.CTS IN 5 ACTS «W irMh Mr. and Jtn. 'lit tet* £ JBo . o« DcatotnwiV bas from f 0» Con- Re*. P S. Wflrtaara trom Connens- vflie, afoot over Sondar among Mill BaafxtoDds. GET NEW KIDNEYS the mo* comork- b«man body ud tb«y U ^ tlietr ~w«rk of filter- toy out send thxuniur off tbe pots dwniopwl ia ttM »im\tm. tMnn beein at to One of _._ ._ _ attflnavs in. the hjweg part of the iMKa:, wrtoe, tof* of appetite trrtt*tlon, or even atone In the blakMea. Tneee armptoioa £n- dieaie a. eoeditian that icar lead mat drexded and txtal maiadr, Br%hti dlzense, for wMdl then Im laid to be no cure. , Ton can a*maat certainly find Immediate relief In GOLD 3CEDAL Haar~ lanL OH Capartea. For more than 200 Xears the fainova nrrparvtion haa boen an un^aOtoff renet}y for all bladder and urinary trouble*. Get It stt mar dne: aton. and It It doeu cot Kive yom rtinoat. humedixta relief your wm be refnnded. Be sure tha QOIJD ^CZID4Jj Irrand. Kone otiier vexMrtne. In boxea; thrco SOISSON Tonight Will Be Presented George Tenners Musical Comedv Followed by 2 Good Comedj Screen Plaja 10 People In All TOMORROW-- THE 'StAREIAGE it VRKCT By the George Fennors Singers and Dancers FRIDAY AND SA.TURDA'k-- "THE GIRL US HIDING GOLD BOND STAMPS PAY 4% ON WHAT YOU SPEND--GET THEM VVITH EVERY PURCHASE Clearly Established by Our Present Showing of Women's and Misses' Models Suits properly cut and beautifully tailored We might desciibe ore or two but cant even begin to give vou an idea of the dozens of smart fashions youthful and becoming of the beaut) of the eolois e\en in the most inexpensive suit and ot the goodness of the materi ils Serge Poplin Gabardine Tricotine Poiret Twill Wool Jersey Silvertone Taffeta Fancies Choice-ma) be had of Eton or upple effects styles shoeing cleaily the military tendency or handsome, plain tailored models on the smaitpst of lines The display is most complete in all lespects for women misses aid stout ·wo- men and is one fiom i\hich anv particular woman may choose with entire confidence in her selection New Silk Suits Just Arrived Designed and tailored b New York s forcTiost makers they repeal new beauties in ttus popular form of Summer iture These newest models come in good serviceable materials and are shown In taupe prune nav copen and black Pnces ?35 to $75 $J?J5, $25, $29.75 to $79,50 ORPHEUM THEATft DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "XAVH VTTA 31 UK }· Sh" Also a Good Comedy T O M 0 K B 0 W Do we all ]»SSCSB to u-vtures' This sirl lotei memory and he- comes a most vicious Apache despite her reined bringing up Ti illnm Foi Presents GLADYS BROCKWELL I\ "THE BETELS Not Difficult to "Make Over" a Home It sounds like a terrific problem to change a home but a real!} is very simple ---merely a Question, of lighter curtains cretonnes rep'acine draperies and winter furniture beiua; recovered w i t h bright cool-looking matenals \ IICM Rug bere and there Linoleums for the kitchen and a change of w i n d o w shades w i l l add im measurablv The lollowmg lo\\ priced stocks \\i[l aid j o u maienallj -Rugs Carpets Linoleums Matting Curtains Shades MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS BOTH PHONES OPPHAITS TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE. PA. 3000000000000 nrCiDHorner's f? CAJ\ QotMag FOR SA1K. Good clean sharp building aand, a3so moulding: sand Bank .First street. West Side Tri State 53S. tHAS. H. SALSIFY IIS North Firm street, T\ eat Side. Connellsville Pa- New Stocks Children's Summer Underwear --Girlb Cltnbnc WiisL bnion Suits drop sc.it sizes 2 10 12 ·veirs Tnet fide. --Boys Slip on drop seit Nimsook t n j o n Muts idju^tod fro i shoul dcr siz^s to 1- years 6Uc the bint. ·--Chi dren s plain clodi T^aists all si?es at Jx 1 --Bois ETd girl; Knit Viists a 1 sizes at Tic antl lOc -- To ri» Waists all = ?OR 3 to 10 jeirs it We "ttch -- Gir]* C oth V\ a ts emhrojLCrv trimmtd ^170^ 2 to 12 ·* pars at 6 t cncli --Cluldrci s 1 ght upigh cotton Vests high or low neck no sleeves all s 2e-; it 40e, 4?c and ollc --Children s Cotton Lnion Suits high neck long slee\es inkle lengtli or low neck and elbow tieeieo all =iios -± to 12 at 7jc and --Doj« cream bnion Suits high neck i Tt slce\ es c osed crotch knee lent-lh = /es to 8 at S1.00 and !12. --Bo^ Cream Lnion Suits athletic st le d-op seat a( T ic and ooc. --Girls drop scat I mon Suns, low necl ro ^lee'ves loose knee sises 2 to 9 --at "ic, $1 00 md ?!.;. These All-Over Bungalow Aprons at $1.50 and $1.75 Of exccp ional good quahtv percale in prettj plaid patterns "\Ahite fin ahes the slcoves bolt and neck. ; These aprons arc com cnient fcr morn ng noon and light just slip on one of .hem aril noi a spot will toach jour dress Soft, Shimmering Taffetas Are Much Liked By All Thre is a mo~e tban ordjnanlv good as BorUreni here--all the icst colors particu larh blues and laupe--36 inches ?.ide and ^2flO a TRrd Ch flon Taffetas irhich rram "women like e^en bettt 3G inches -wide and *2^0 a vard, Also a good assortment of eolois at $3 " tJic yard. A PRETTY WHITE SHIRTING MADE OF ARTIFICIAL SEE Comes m most conveniently between cotton and silk fabrics and it has many advantages oj both Jt is white with colored stripes, arid has, a brilliant silk finish It washes verj well Women are using it a great deal for shirtwaist dresses and blouses and for men s blurts 32 inches v ide and $1.25 a yard. Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend FROM THE CHOICES FAVOBITE EEEW \Vlndow Ncre«np tor f\y time iliai will keep ibc r out, COME DOWV AD SEB US OPPOSITE B A. O ConneUsville Car TOLLIES OF AN EVENING" Supply Co. Big Classy Chorus. Special Feature Moving Pictures. POPLAR GROVE ot Tllcse Eem^tablj low Pnces: Lots on Pittstmrg Street, S125: tots oa 1'oplar Street, 5125; lots on Hawthorne Street, S100; Lots on Carson Street^ $SO City Wiitor. Casli or on Easy Payments. Lots at BITS THE SPOT* C. B. TffcCOBMICK, Agent, P. 0, Box 141, CoaneDSTflle, Pa.

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