The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 31, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 31, 1918
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PAGE SEC DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. gCTUUf PHOTOS WAIfTED t*T nrten* oLImw, JiUgM, Etc, ' -- Pbotoenplu, drawing? and description* of bridges, buildings, towns and bcalltm now occupied by German lorete, in France, .Beteinnr'aud Luxr emburg. are in grMtrdemandrb7 the War Department. The Pennsylvania ixunmlttee on Public Safety ha* been rqwitf»l to aid the government in 'flooring a large quantity of such material, also photographs, drawings and other descriptive material relating to that part of Germany lying vest of the line running north and ·oath, through Hamburg. All persons possessing such, material are urged to send it by parcel pMt or express to Col A- B Coxe, 1M« 15th street. Washington. D C Pletnre pocteards are included in the oeeired GOOD. Smes »» Vote. Dr. J. C. Hemminger, ot ' Hock- vood, has entered suit against the Mtate of the late P K. Moore, of JUddUscwek township, fot.tlie collection of a judgment-note- coUtog for. 43,675 clidmed to hare been made and delivered to plaintiff by testator dur- , tof hii lifetime. Fainxriui those wbo adrertise. Fmyette Bo; Speeds "Murk at Bock bland itrscnaL According to Hock leland newspapers. Lieutenant Colonel LlojJ G Mo- Crum, formerly ot ConnellsvlUe, see- on^ in command at" the government apenal at that place, la more than sustaining the reputation he won as an executive In civil life Colonel McCrum reported for duty on May 1 and during the first three weeks he succeeded in speeding up the wo k at tlie aisenal nearly 50 per cent The Rock Island plant which is the largest owned b the government employs 9 000 men, and one of the first accomplishments following the arrival of Colonel McCmm was a resolution adopted b tiio men to work overtime whenever necessary. Has Typhoid FCTCT. Mrs. J 0 Bis.hop, wife of the pastor of the Paradise Evangelical churctt In Bullskm township, was removed to the Mount Pleasant hos- pita Tuesday, for treatment for typhoid fercr Tlsitor Prom West C M Bea-chy ot Wichita Kans is here vlskmg at the homo of his wif« s mojier, Jl^s. Sarah Olrnger He will also visit his mother iu Berlin bfore returning to the west AVERTS PANIC Makes Good Use of head When Team Takes Fright. A serious accident was averted Wftdnesdaj at Yo ang"wood by Mo- tormau John Pnntiey's presence of mind when a frightened team draw- lag a load of heavy gas pipe threw a scare in*t ihe passengers of the street car · i .Frightened at the approaching' car i the horses attempted to jturn across' tho st-eet pushln g th e ends of the load or pipe into He front of the street car Fortunately the driver got his team under cortrol and no paasen^cis were injured The front of the car -vas badly damaged Seven in Service. Seven SODS of Mrs Koru Jletskof- sky formerly of Unioatoftn who died ncarlv a yeai ago, ar« m the aemce The/ are James Rudolph and "Walter, oorn. to Mr Kmtz her fird husjand, and Edwara, Oscar, Arthur and the second Walter, sons of Mr Retskof- j SK Two of the boys are in the run/ FURMTURE « »' RUGS "The Big Store Near TIae Bridge." Opening Cool 3tin«. George \V Deeds count commis- ( sioner of Westmoreland county is opening a coal mine near Champion in the Indian creek valley Mr Deeds purchpsed 50 acres of the S»der farm The reason for this advertisement is because we have something unusual to tell. The week of June 3rd is the week of 49TH ANNSVERSAt SALE Every day--Monday to Saturday-of that week will be days of interest. Days that will justify every person who reads this to make preparations to come* That's what we did--made preparations for this s~-?~ and made them months ago. Searched and bot^t goods in every market -here Quality and Style-and where Price (for Spot Cash) was convincing and of unusual interest. Bought only the best of its class- whatever the item or whatever the price-- whether 25 cents or $500-- it was bought at a special price cr not bought at all. The great stocks of Merchandise that will be shown and the Prices they will be sold during the weelrof this Anniversary Sale--will be positive evidence of our determined purpose to exceed any sale in this store's history. No- difference where you live --come --and you f J~be well paid. s BC Buhl. Pittsburgh, Pa. It is an easy matter to make yoor porch different if you come to the Zimmerman-Wild Store--different in appearance as well as different in its comfort. To gain an idea of the exclusive new styles here in Summer Furniture just glance in our big display window--incidentally note the remarkably small prices marked on the pieces shown therein. The New Seller's Yon have seen Uw Sellers ad- Tertised in the leading mafra- yines. Stop In the HI? Store, examine the cabinet itself. Ton will be sniprisod to note the many really new con.vente c «1 s that the ScD- era possesses. The Sellers is the Only Kitchen Cabinet with an COOLJ at the Zimmerman-Wild Store Exclusively The Cooimore Porch Shade has exactly the qualities its name indicates It Is GO constructed as to shot out old Sol's hot rays and it the same time permit a free circulation of air, thus insuring a cool porch even on the warmest days All Widths. Colors Brown or Green. All Prices. Regular $16 "0 Values See Window These are tic rao^t sensational val- nos ever offered l n Beds Thej are ail distinctlv new sty'es full size and constructed to fjire a life-time of service. The finishes are tnowy vrhite and old ivory They arc idcntiealH the same bods ou sec priced elsewhere at 51E.5Q aiid 518. Oc El. Cooonellsville's Best Selection Gas Coal Ranges The Bag Store's display of Gas and Coal Ranges embrace the newest and most convenient styles mannfactured Every one is absolutely guaranteed bj us and prices are the most moderate in town. Beiber Trunks, Bags Suitcases At the Zimmerman-Wild Store Eselushelv. Beiber Luggage is known from coast to coast--the name Beiber on your T^runk, Bag or Suitcase assures quality, style and dnrabiKty. J. N. Trump IITE TRANSFER HOTOR TSUfCK Mod \\AGONS. KOVZ1VG AfiO UOI13 I A « P1A.NOS A KI'KCI-1 LI V, OtB«« 103 K. Orup« tJley, Opt*- N ·ft* P R. R. f«f«H. XhM* Phoae*. p FOR SALE GOOD COAL. ORDER YOUR NEXT WINTERS COAL SUPPLY NOW CAN M-^KE PHOMPT DELIVERY PRICB RIGHT CAI.L BBLL PHOVE 1016-H, TBJ- STATB 615-W There is urgent necessity this year is tlie production of vegetables and finita Do all you can to supply the demand A garden m your backyard, if -iraperh cultivated, can be made to produee enough vejcfbles for your entire Cainilv during the summer Llso culbvate the practice of regular bamc deposits Trour account 13 invited This is the only Bonk in this ommunilv pa-ving 4% nter'-st on Savings Accounts Akron, Ohio. Second Preferred Stock Guaranteeing S^i. accumulative bonus attached Ten year investment to be retired 10% each yeai, if held three years v, ill pa $105, if held six years, $110, if held 10 years, 5115 Selling at $100 per saie, par value See 256-258 E. Crawford Ave., Connellsvffle. "CAP" DECIDES TO LIVE. By EDTFTX I FNH A HOOi*. ME: WHERE. VJ6*fT~ 'NO DOfr-5 Oft

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