The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 28, 1918 · Page 6
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June 28, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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SEC. THE DAILY COURIER, CONTCELLSVEULE PA. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918, NEW PREFERENCE RULES FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF COAL I r- ^ »« Hetalkd Instructions For the of Administrators ··! Traie. 'MANY REPORTS REQUIRED 'Tram Skippers, Jetton, CongmBwn »nd AdBUBistratioB Officials; COB- received ttom the district representa tires and the consumers of coal within his state each state administrator will receie from "Washington a weekly report showing the produc j tion of coal in his own state properly j classified the consumption of coal in 'his own state and the stocks of coal on hand ; Under this plan of distribution each consumer should arrange for shipments from the same source of supply |. as last year if possible When ar- j rangemcnts of this kind cannot be i made, due to an^ caiibe the consumer The W»»kjy courter should matie e% cry effort to form some District represenUUre* of the Fuel a 6 *" connection in a coal-producing .Administration have been instructed to district from which a coal supplv is »»i Kales t»der Wkh* T)!- »( Shipments C»« Be H»de, observe the following preference rules -jn distributing coaJ available preferablv under a contract i arrangement. Coal operators -»ill i* 1 Distribute coal In amounts TMf- ur B ed to make tnese new contracts ttcient to take care of current require- I w " n the consu-ncrs whenever possi t»en»s ot all consumers on the Pref | bl e ' n order to reduce to the minimum ·ercnee List.' Current requireimnU ' t h c number of applications tor assist- anean s«UTlcieiit coal to take care of anc6 to tte 5t »« "d local admims their Jeiiy consumption and. in addi- ' »ators an amount necesserv to i " W1lt!n cll!ed u «* n for assistance br a consumer who has been unable to make Arrangements for his roal supply thc state administrator is direct ed to communicate with a district representative--n« er with an mdlv-id ual coal producer---who can ship to j the consumer with the request that. if possible the district represent* _ 'build up xhe reasonable reserves ·which, are required to insure uninterrupted operation The reserves required will vary with the distance from tne toorce ot sappy and the a-milable transportation facilities 2 After making distribition under CD airy remaining coal can go to at al] times to the storage re- 1 of those consumers on the Pnf mace list. the Prefer *^ Te arran s* W| lh one of his operators Mice U*, but only m an amount nee" I t o eotcr into a eon^act with the con- eMK, tor their daily consumption Bnmer "V ! amOTnl of -° al *· re *. After making distribution under «f res », » 1 » ca TM" , ** accom (1) and (» if tkere should still be a "" "'f mp ! J sh .? d '. (tbe di f nct """^, balance ot coal it shflt be sentettre shal! *rect shipments to j I u deradeo by the state and, il " d coa!Inner in accordance with re- | loetl fxl administrator givmg pref I-"" 5 '" 085 "hicS may be received from j the state administrator from time to j time provided he can do so without, ·violating the instructions from the War Industries Board which may be in effect at the time In placing; these ] requisitions the state administratoi will of course take Into consldera tion the total amount of coal which the state can expect to receive from the district representative under the allotment plan to be announced by , the distribution division, ann also | whether or not the consumer belongs in one of the preferred classifications -Whenever district representative is unable to nil a requisition from a state administrator he shall so advise the latter giving the reasons for his! inability In such cases the state ad- | mmistrator shall make an efforr to secure the coal from other district representatives who can ship to the consumer and if no one of tue dis tnct representatives is able to make the shipment the state administrator may in an emergency, divert coal to the consumer If no emergency ei- ists the matter sboald be referred to ' the director of state distribution at at inference as between the coasum- an em the original Preference List. t*» ant decrM of -p-eferenee has al- rtablihed cod will in- fuel, steamettip bunkers of pleasure craft and by- Btaati--and you are hereby ia*traeu4 to see that shipments go to take care of these re- i first. T%» Preference Lin which is now rftoettre pnTMea th* folloxn( clissi- ·) (b) Army and Nary, together with department* of the federal gov (e) State and county departments and instHutions (d) Public utilities («) Retail dealers. (O Mannlicturinj plants on War ladastries Boards preference list (C) Manufacturing plants not on TVasbingion War Industries Boards preference lilt. k) Jobbers (1) Lake (J) Tidewater Classes (a) (b), (c), (d), (e) aad (fli j atso furnish 8Uch other mtarmMm to ·TO comprise th* preference lists and.the district represeutat-ies as is no* preference in coal shipments will be authorized relative to contracts with given to all consumers within thes* 1 eonsnmers coal production car sun- clauee IB. accordance with instiuc p | 7 elc r thu wnich the War Industries Board i j^ a^ct representative win Iwue from ume to time I send a TBekl re All coal ongmally classified under ja anl inUtrator Into who (ID, (i) and 0) will be redistributed, 5hlps a and will finally be classified under' - Mine operators aban report, wch day to the district representatives a list of the cars shipped during thc d*} giving consignee and destination of each car Mine operators shall shall he one of the other classifications show same ume _ nig rt the anmber that pan which may go for j each state du preceding week through trfew.ter or to Can to each c i asslfl ^ UiB1 Pja ^ gpw ^f eiyort ada throngh the lakes Tbe redistribution of coal to con »«*« m dasae. (a) and (b) will b. »udl«i trorr -ftaslunstou Wash IB ^. will also supervise shipments uTcertam plants in classes (d) and I (0 »d in sach cases proper notraca- lion wfll be given the state fuex «d in whose state ence ,,,__. ° Pe TM tor company or other per- « m * TM ** 1 "COMW. or diverts ^ *?*' TMf°" s " cb f « "*?"'?" tO ^ r L* Stn f' "' '* ""ose terrttorytke coal ong- A IM of class (d) consumers in this slat* wfll be famished each state administrator by the statistical section of tb« United States Fuel Admimstra t'ott at Washington Thif, list will (fve the name, location and require ments for each plant b counties Tka state and local fuel admintstra tors will be required to check these lists and make such additions or de- ductioBs as ftey may find necessary to keep the lists complete anud ac curate. A list of class (e) consumers in his state will also be furnished each state administrator by the statistical sec- thm, which list will shoir for each eeoaty in the state the name and loca tion. ot each coal dealer m the coun ' ty, teiethcr with the 1117 tonnage delivered to the customers of each dealer over the greater part of the eastern territory of the country A Hst of class (f) consumers will b* assembled by a postal card questionnaire to each manufacturing plant la tke country in duplicate--one card to te returned to tne statistical section at -Washington and one to the ststc administrator in whose state the plant is located. Tke distribution division at Was*- iBitea will supply each district rep- resMitatrre with a complete list of class (ty consumers for each state melmJed in the district represents tiv«*3 Chipping zone is coaformance with the lists assembled b; the state administrators With these lists to guide them state and local administrator* and district representative* are directed to gire their attention to building up proper stocks of coal for all consumers in the preference classes in accordance with instructions issued by the War Industries Board from time to time Guided by the wwltly reports from consumers administrators will be aWe to direct Increased shipments to preference clas^ consumers who are not making sufficient gam in t-eir stocks of coal as weil aa to check iklpnents to those consumers whose Blocks are accumulating too rapidly In order to control the distribution ef ooej to domestic consumers and m- 'daetrial plutj br retail dealers and jwacen mines, they will be required to ·aake a special report to the state administrator IB addition to the weekly re?trt3 2 shall also report recoa- or diversions to the statistical section at Washington instead of to the district representative. Slate Administrators may mak» di \ersions of coa 1 consigned to their respective states in the event that such diversions are necessary to relieve emergencies but m no event shall thev divert coal consigned to ' consumers whose requirements are under direct supervision of TVashing ton except on specific authority from ·Washington In all cas«s of diversion I by a state administrator he shall im- I mediately report the diversion to thc original consignee the new consignee aad the district representative in whose district the coal originated suing in each case car number and initial and kind of coal rhe district 'representative shall transmit this in formation to the shipper Local ad ! ministrators when authorized br state administrators may make diversion of coal consigned to their respective territories under the same conditions and restriction In such cases they must immediately report to the state administrator the same information in regard to ttie diversion, indicated above, which information will be promptly transmitted by the state administrator to all parties af- 'ected In making dh crsions state i administrators shall at all times re- jspect the boundaries established by 1 the transportation lone system Each consumer in classes (c) to (g) inclusive is required to make a .weekly report m duplicate is regard 1 to his coal situation one copy going I to his state administrator and on" copy going to Washington This re-' port will show the amount of coal OGJ hand at the first of each week the receipts dunng the T eek the con- ·JumpTion (or for retail dealers the amount of coal on hand at the «*nd of the week the nmrtber of days supply which this amount of coal on hand represents and the producing district from which the consumer is receiving coal In putting this plan into effect the puolic utilities retail dealers and mannfaetnring plants consuming over 500 tons per annum will be covered first, followed later i by the smaller manufacturing plants. M an early date a statement wi'l be sent irom the Fuel Administration at Wstbinrton to each state fuel 4d~ DEAL WITH THE PennTralficDept. Store 503-305-807 3SORTH MTTSBUBG STBEET. "We handle crerjthing under one roof. 1 e h a i t no large expense for you to pay, M c paj no rent; no automobiles to keep up. A full line of ladies' and Gents' Clothing, Furnishings. Drj Goods and Shoes. I Watch 4\ie l -e astonishing prices for the present market Men s Work Shoes, up to $3 i values for . Men s Dress Shoes, up to $5 00 values for Cul prices on Bos and Children's Shoes Bo\s bmts, Serge, Worsted all sizes, up to $5 00 values for Men s everj-dav Trousers up to $3 4S -values for Her s Dress Shirts neck band and collars attached up to $1 50 values for , _ Men's Lnion Suits up *o $1 50 -values for $1.98 $2.98 $2.48 $1.98 Ladles' Sflk Dresses, value $2? 50, for Ladieb Silk Skirts, value $5 95 for . Ladies' Waists up to $1 75 -value for Ladies White Petticoats value ?1 00, for . F I TXT E __ $14.98 __,, $3.95 .__ 69c 59c AS LOW AS $ 9. 9 0 F R I G E A T O R S TVe Hare a Complete tine of Furniture, Hardware, Housefurnishings, Paints and Oils. JUST A FEM RESTDTDEKS: Porch Swings at $2.50 Good Strong Hammocks -- $1.29 Screen Doors complete ivith hinges, pull hook and Good strong Bicycles at $27J0 Fine Non-K'.nk Water Hose per foot 13c Milk Crocks all sizes, per gallon up from 15c Good Elgin Watches up-ward from $5.00 21 jewel Hamilton Ball Elgin and other makes of standard Railroad Watches at $23.50 mjjiistralor and local representative advising of their bituminous and an thracite tonnage allotments exclusive of tonnage required for classes (a) and (b) for the coal year ending March 31, 1*)19 tiom each coal producing district. 7IMMERMAN WILD pOMP ANY " FURNITURE " RUGS V STOVES "The Big Store Near The Bridge/ 154-158 West Crawford Aenue.Successors Leonard Furniture Co. Thrift You Uncle Sam is providing a grand opportunity for you to store away some of your war-time prosperity for the preverbial rainy day. Are you buying War Savings Stamps? Did you buy Liberty Bonds? Now is the time to practice thrift in all things. This is the "Thrift Store" in Connellsville for furniture buyers-our one-low-price-to-all spells savings of the real sort on everything for the home. It is because we have become established as the city's economy store that our business is increasing in leaps and bounds. Have you seen our windows lately? Thrifty People Buy Nationally Advertised Goods Exelnshe Agent"; For Globe M'ernjckc Bookcases Scaly Ttiftless 3lattresspi iimbert's Fine Furniture Simmons' Beds and Springs Sellers' Kitchen SrYNTEMO'aJRLED HAJRMAITRESS TTTILSON'S "ReXfcood" SamUry Curled Hair Mattre« beneath the vj shc^KofjroaTbedfiiuvrecyonof^reatercomCortandaacisfactionthan eTiy olh«* mattrtsi. It i» a matt luxurious mattreai and far better made than any 9therm.ttreM,re§srdles4ofthematenBlsQsedinits numtif.ctttr It it not ft tnh priced inattrea* hat it is the mattress that -ynll satufy yon every day rftroafch the rest of year jife Forty poancU of all new, ·amtary enrled h«r are «cd in fijhnj the Qck which u of the best malerisl, m either* mmber oTxripes or in art ockinj. Ceil today and let «* show yon e "Kest^ood." L«t va shw yon why it la better than ordinary rosttresMS, and why it is the immress that yoa should have in yonr horn*. The Reslood u mnntifictaied aud. ^narn- cecd by Wilsen Co, Quags C03IPASY Agents Exclusive Agents For Bellier Luggage Vital "\acimm Cleaners Coolmor Porch Shades Bozart Eugs Lanrel Combinatton Ranges Quaker Cnrtains Stradivara Phonographs All Styles--Play Any Records--All Prices At the Zimmerman-Wild Store Exclusively Do You Make A Good Deal Of Money But Save Little? Do you -,ronJer irbai becomes of it ana do you wish to Had ouf Pay your bi Is witb. checks T oat will show you whe*-e the mousy g-oos and what items might be cut out. Your chcctong account, .large or small is welcome at tius bank. BEST 12» IV, Crawford Av*, CtaviellsyiDo. "The Bank Unit Pees Tjitagi for Ion" Liberal Interest on Mme Itcposits HOW THIS LITTLE BOY Strength After Garrctt Texas -- The measles left i my little boy aged nine years in a I cry weak run down condition -- be s coughed a good deal and as medi I ctnes did not seem to heVp him ^ e finally took him out of school and I thought ne would never be strong again One dav I read about the cod Hver and iron tonic knonn as Vlnol ^^d such a change as It has made in my little boy -- it stopped his cough be is now back in school strong and woll --Mrs E A, Wright There is nothing ! ke Vinol to restore strength appiute and vim to pale sickly children We a'rongly recommend Vinol foi this purpose Laughrey Drug Co ConnellsTille , D C Bason Dnnbar and druggists everywhere -- \dv HILLTOPS WIN West .SWe lean fcully Defeat* Sny- dertairn Iggrnsation. Tbc -West Side Hilltops had a walk- away with Snydertown last night, ·winning 10-5 The game was played at Payette Field Tbe Hilltops held the lead from the beginning Four errors on the pan of the -W°st Siders were aTl costly each allowing a run for tile Snydertown team Pllss, catchmg for West Side suf fered a bad wound to the eye w!n»n a foul top struck him full m the face. He was not wearing a mask Th« services of a physician were neces sary The score b innings follows West Side 205 000 1U--10 Snjdertown 100 400 000-- 5 Batteries--West Side Coughenollr PIiss and Wetrefee Snyderto-n n-Ichor Sbuok and Fllburn Yough House RESTAURANT Dunbar. Try DOT Clsmrfled ids. One cent a word Is all they cost Patronize those wfio advertts*. All early season hats including models reduced to one-half former price We have everything desirable in inid summer hats, Leghorn Milan Georgette and Organdie Hats al McFarland s Apple street--A*-28-Zt Oasoline 2c Wells-MiUs Motor Car Co_ ConnellSYaiB--Adr-W-lt. 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Hill stand water JLS bot as can the human body Th's Tub will be on di^nla% in Anderson ^ Loucks Hard-ware Company s window on June 28th 29th and 30th An\ one desiring to pur- Lha^e can lea\e orders at his store Prices- Black lab ?11 00 \ \ h i t c Tub §1600 NEW TRACTOR FOR THE FIELD ARTILLERY J. B. KURTZ, NOTARt PUBLiC AND HEAL ESTATE. Wo. a »Mrth Mudvw LaM. This is the ne* five ton aititlen i-ictor that has been tested br srm and found to be -ver\ sucressful PATRONIZE HOME MEECHANTS WHO ADVEETXSE US THIS PAPEBi

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