The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 18, 1918 · Page 6
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June 18, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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TUESDAY, XDTvS IS, 1918. · THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. XE. WFETP A OT= SCEUE.--· LET'S. so To TMG. IMMEDIATE STEPS MUSTBETAKENIO SAVE HIGHWAYS Tlie roundntJons of Which Arc Being Ruined by Military Trucks. "Without the highways the business of the CGuniiy would be crippled. The roads must be preserved both for war purrees und for the preservation of the industries upon *,vliich the country's revenues depend, as we!! as for the living necessities of those who are doing thuir full share by keeping ihe h a m e facs burning. "To preserve tile highways we must save the foundations. Makeshift surfacing will crumble in a few aioaths a£d will have to be clone all over | again. To neglect surfacing will ira- j pose the absolute necessity for recon- © FY-CftVFRNftR TFNFR ' 5trucU '-K thousands of m\lK ot fou: CA-bUVCftmm l-tWIVa. ( , iV t ions wl|lch| 1£ prcperl y surg now, wouicl mean the saving- oi hun- THE MOOST V A I * I J A B I j E I'llODUCT QV T1IK A(;j-3. Yoa S lion id T3c n JVInn la Evnry M«ni*c. I Am Dolne X r Sim re in UaUtilnc Up Mankind. CHARLES M. S C H W A B TRULl" SAT Si "The man who hjui done his best has done ft-veryih'.Tig. The rru\n v.-'ho hu3 | fji-.no les:i tl:;t;t Ills heat has done noili- I Inff." N" man can do his liert with Eloorl Disorders. "UVnkonocl Xcrvcs, Gloomy, Slut'K'ish Urain. Hapgar*! Face and Sunken t-yos. -"is y^essarj to Pnjfa.it the Commerce 1 red3 ° E ml!1I : ons ,° r dollars n0 *' in , _ , - . . ....... ' . , - , daneca- of beiDj; l brown away by a · aud IndHstrics flhicji Supply tlie. Ken la France; Jlesnr- · IVorli.Slioalil Be NEV[ YORK, June 18.--Unless the federal," slate and local governments take . immediate stejis . t o - save the foundations ol the roads of the country: most. of..the highways now bains uect for military purposes ..will bo ruined and no longer can be used for tbe motor truck trains which are be. ing sent over'them. . - This wa pointed - out in striking """fashion today' by former Governor ·- John K. Tenor of Pennsylvania', who now is the president of the Permanent Highways Corporation o£ this city. Governor Tener declares it is a military necessity for tht- various respon: : sible authoritifts to protect these roads ". by a proper surfacing. '-" · "We must preserve the roads of the '"country and especially must we save "--their foundations if the United States - is to do its full duty in the war and it -the government is to protect the commerce and the industries of the country which are supplying the needs of '.par men oa the hattlefronts, as well aa the taxes of the government and ...tfce necessities of the men, women and "children who are keeping the wheels going at home/* said Governor Tener. "The federal government, the manufacturer and the fanner for months .:;. .have been depending on tbe highways . 'for the', transportation of - enormous amounts o* materials and supplies by *motoT trucfes. The roads fast are ; ~ wearing down, and hundreds of miles ot highways will : become useless unless tbe-resurfacing if these roads is Encouraged, so that the foundations may be saved. In. road construction the principal cost is in the foundations. The top, or road surface, naturally is the first to give way, "break and finally grind up and disap- Coolisii policy cf saving at the: rnigot and wasting at the biuig. "By all tacans loi Die proper authorities speed up i!:e work oi resurfacing the highways so the foundations may be saved. This cannot be made too emphatic because it is a matter that soon will become viial to t'jo work of the war ana the life of tiie nation." \ Vanderbilt. VAKDERBTLT, June 17.--*!r. and Mrs. James Dunn and family of Uniontown spent Sunday with Mrs. Dunn's father and stster, George McBurney p.nd daughter Georgia McBurney, o£ East Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ueai of Juniata visited Mrs. Beai's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Evans and family, over Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Roadman and family of Allison visited Mrs. Roadman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L,im of Lookout Farm, on Sunday afternoon. Dr. Ullum of "^Vaynesbnrg is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. II. Ilazlett, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fra.nl: Mulac visited friends near Bryan recently. Mr. and_ Mrs. Tl. .E. Stoner and j daughter Catherine of Scottdaie mo-| tored here Sunday :xnd were guests j of Mrs. Stoner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ] ·William Bailey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kubn of Dawson and Mrs. George Kubn and son Elmer motored to Connellsvillo on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. "William'Fox of Mount Pleasant motored through here yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. .G. B. Roberts and daughter Vcra and Mr. and Mr. J. E. Roberts motored to Jeannette yesterday and visited friends. Mrs. F. E. Qslevec, who "had been : A I5UO1* T O D A Y IS A PHI I* TOMOtm- I H O W .AN'tl A N T H K A 3 1 .VK'XT W E K K . ' ; A cuztr: is W:IAT YOL'WANT. 1 Dr MncICeniile only accepts cascy for j trc.".tinont tiittn can be greatly bene- | fiitei or cured. If your case Is i n c u r - j able you 'A'III bo frankly told «o. How! ever, m a n y castis thn.t havo been pro- j nf.uncsd jncuraWc under th* olU mtth- c-il^ can be quickly bcnofltted and cur| .^cl under this -vvondtrrul new special treatment. OLD AND YOUNG, il ma-ttcrrr not wjiat yourallmeut may be, or how long 1 star.dlnjj, if your f u t u r e health ant! haji- pine.-s arc at slake consult this specialist. R K W R M D E R TIIK D A Y \VI5IXliS».\Y K A C H 1VKI2K, .New .Stas l l o t r l , CnnncllfivIUc. Pa. Dr.MacSENZiCspecialist pear, leaving the foundations exposed I visiting with her daughter. Jfrs. Wiland nest in the line ot destruction. GCT ? rt! of .^aynesburg for the past "Foundations costing hundreds ot millions ol dollars now. are in danger of being mined forever when they could be saved by proper resurfacing, but this resurfacing should be done at once or else the costly foundation work will have to be done all over again in order to make the high-ways available for traffic which depends so much upon them. In some states and localities,"! am. Informed, there is a disposition-to delay road wort until after-the "Var, on the theory'.tbat the men arid materials are more-needed else'wnere in'tie war work; ' This is a grave mistake which should be corrected at once. . · week, returned home yesterday. Confluence. CO.VFMFEiVCE, June IS.--iPaul Ross bas returned to his work at Pittsburg, after visiting his home at Addison for^several days. Mrs. Charles Flar.isan and four 'daughters. Brma, Christine, Alta and Felicia, are visiting friends in Somerset. Mrs. Charles Minder is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown. Mrs. Harvey Shipley and little son of Connellsville, are visiting friends here at present. "*Vurd received here by Walter Shipley yesterday stated his father-in-law, Samuel Spears, had died at his home on Beaver creek. The funeral was held at Joanson Chapel today at 2 o'clock. Cli.irles Flanigan, employed by the Kendall Lumber company, Ligonier, visitntl his family here Saturday night and Sunday. The cars o£ Sherman Gower and William Keckner collided Saturday evening in Odiu street and both were ihimngeil. Mrs. Mary Taylor and son Will v/cre here yesterday on tueir way to their home in Krienclsrille. after visiting in Newark, N. J., for several days. Dunbar. DU^·E;U^, Juno 17.--Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson ot Bryson Hill, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Neil Kline of llo- ncsscn. Mrs. Jennie Searight and nephew, DvrtEat Jackson of Brier Hill, are spending a few days with Mrs. S. C. Martin of "Woodvale street. J. L. Bakewell of Brownsville, was a business caller here yesterday. Mrs. Stillwagon was calling oa Mends in Connellsvllle yesterday. EFFICIENCY of the Nation during war times requires careful attention to the feet at home or in l'^ Ar^ny. Theactivity of che war and change of occupation has thrown. an extra burden and strain on the feet of thous- andsof persons. For these reasons Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Week this year, caries more significance than ever before. Over 17.000 promtnCTilSioc Dolcriand Dcwnmntt orn arc «o-operalirE in tbu ciwi movement. They are maVinc tixctal K-indour itoptavi and 'demortKrattnc how Dr. Schoti'l Foot Comfort Appliances produce the eu decree of fool efictency. These dcaienaie icadcr » dtxmct scrricc to tbeir comrrjuaitr. foot ComfortAppliances evert (orm oMocxrrooble. Illuirrarcd a on thit pa c e arc 3 lew of the rainf Dr Schol! a«d Rcmrdiei (or the fret. Study 'her u« carefully; joo will probably find one thai fin your individual Tired, achmc. burnmc fed, corni. bunion I, wcat , broken duwn anhci. callouses in »!«, piin \:\ ball nt tbe tont, painlul hcHt, fUt f , *prnne fcct'an3 otVier f.xn nlmrntt rcadil)' yirfd to Dr. Schull't vimplc a . SchoU Dealers are Foot Experts In evrrv More icll'ine Dr SchoU Foot ApplUncci Graduate Pfactipcd'nt, a (om espcrr. He i you whirh ApIiincc a needed and fit it proper!)-10 live ro«r trouble. ft rcmf dealer n nrrt prepared to pvc yotf thi-»er- ·. writrdireci to Dr ScSoU tlejcribit-z -our iocn trouble, cry Dr SchoU Foot Cortifon App'unce and Remedy to give cniiie sunfacuoD or joui back Send For loteneitin? Foot Book Ci/e," hr Dr. Wm. M. Scho'l, Onlw- n.-iir-fi irul 'dnrrihri alt (oof HOHUri md , |;nr oi Ut THE SCHOLL MFG. CO. Ij-yta Malti efft* Sftrufuei ,* tfx VcrlS 213 VJ. ScUIIrr Street diU*ffot HliaoU 15 Stores 145 West Crawford Ave. ALL BUSY TEE MA 1 PerryopoKs. 1 PERRVOPOLIS, June 17.--Joel Stravva of Avoiimorc, is spcncliag a week with bis aum, Mrs. Molliu Hii- enbaugii. j Mrs. Robert Snydor is East recover- j ing trom an attack ol measles. I ilrs. Hay Chalfant, wife of Captain I Ray Chalfant, who is nw iu France, j is nere visiting her latlier-in-laiv, Mr. l Ephraim Chalfaat. Mrs. Flora Carson o£ Daytona, Fla., is visiting relatives in tonvn. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Chalfant of Uc- iontown, spent Sui:tlay in town wilh firends and relatives. Messrs. J. Alvin Byers, H. H. Slocum, Rev. JI. L. Law and J. BueiJ Snyder attended tue service flag dedication in Payettc City last evening. Mr. Snyder made the dedicatory address. ' Bente Luce, who underwent a successful operation for appendicitis in the Connellsville hospital, is now ready to corne home. Jtr. and Mrs. William Baker re- i turned from thir wedding trip Satur| day evening to receive the hearty con| sratulaUons of tlielr many friends. | They are among tho most popular ! young people of tie town, both being strong community workers, always reacy to help and serve. . PJ3KRYOPOL13, June 15.--Miss i Oreta Sisley of HaxelTvood, is visiting relatives and friends in town. Kaymond Luce, formerly of this place, now in camp at Atlanta, Ga., was calling on town friends, recently. ^ James Hopkins was a Connellsville j caller'Friday. .Mrs. R. K. Chalfant spent Friday, j with Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Chalfant at Uniontown. Dr. Kathryn Smith. o£ BcUevernon, j is visiting town "friends. I Judson Luce of Monessen, was a recent caller in town. FdEL SAL^TOATORS FnrWier of ni; f).v !)ir,{,irict ; Administrnfion * It having been, currenviy reported that soine coal. and polic operators and jobbers have been violating some of Lhe rules and regulations governing: the cisfcributioQ oi' coal and coke \V. i L. Byers, district representative of the Fuel Administration has again called. attention to the requirements laid ! down in the president's proclamation j and the order o£ the Fuel Adixrinteira- tion governing the granting of licon- ses for the distribution of ccal and coke. The regulations, whicli "were pub- iishad in The Courier some weeks ago provide for the licensing of dealers in coai and coke, subject to the penalties provided in the original orders establishing governmental ' control of price, distribution and sale of coal and coke. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ' Can Be SaTed by naring 1'our Hat Qesuefl anrf Si»J??flr*!r*5dl dill! £XiCL!iyoacil into the Latest Shape by our Experienced and Expert Hat Cleaner, who makes a special study of all Panama work. \Ve use no acids and guarantee all our work to be tlie best. Kstsblished 1800, Tbe American Op-to-Date Mat Cleaning Parlor J. L. riillBUS, Proprietor. Ill W. Crawford Ave., CONNELLSV1LLE, PBKKA. The army of our Country stands shoulder to shoulder with the armies of our, Allies--thus forming a barrier of steel to the Prussian fury. Let each of us, even at home stand shoulder to shoulder in the defense of a just cause-and render full support to our Government. : BEAD THE COURIER. 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