The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 5, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, July 5, 1918
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·FJ3E DAILT CDUREBR, CONNELLSVILIJS. PA- PAGE FIVE. WUNT PLEASANT IS $50,000 ABOVE ITS WAR SAVINGS QUOTA i " Totals Now 9170,000 and 93O.OOO More Has Been '; Pledged. FIKST LOAFER 6 ARRESTED My Gutmar Toil* Bwgeea He Cares lot low Ik* Ww EB*S u4 it Or- tern* Locked Vp fw AeUn fcy the L»tt*d SUM* Aittn-itfes; f Xotm. FOOD FOR PRISONERS IN GERMANY : Special to Tb« Courier. .MOUNT PLEASANT. July 5.-- Sount Pleasant has rone 150,000 r»r the top In the War Sarings Stamp campaign. The sales hnva .Tin way beyond the greatest expec-.; ULtiona. The total is HOT $ 170,000, \ and pledges for 130,000 more hxrej 'I*** given, running the total of sales 1 ifor the local office over $200,000. The | 'following members have been added I to the Pershing .Limit club, making a i total of 84: Mrs. Harriet Ruff, CiU- , lens Savings ft Trust company, Josie ; Skowrorek, F. D. Barnhart, 'W. H. · Evans.' W. Jesse Evans, Mrs. Mar, garet R- JonM and J. W. Orerholt. ' XxaiUutioa Bctonu. The remit of the civil service examination held by Mixs Emma Miller here on March 23 hare been received and on the clerk carrier examination. Floyd R. Harrer was first with H. C. JaeqiMtte second In tbe examination for males. In the examination for females Genevieve Mnllin was first and Ladybird Sipe was second. Both Floyd Harrer and Generieve Mnllin hare been working 13 substitute ' clerks. Hot la la*. Wreck. Amel Cecl of New Stanton was brought to th« Memorial hospital here yesterday morning after having been hnrt in an automobile accident the night baton. C«ei had Us face badly cnt and one eyelid almost torn off. Loafer Amatfd. Rudy Gardner, alias Rudy NicBc. was arrested by Policeman MeCol- r Icvgh and brought before the bur. f** tf* *· hearing laat evening m a , charge of violating the anti-Ioaflng act. Gardner admitted that he was mot working. 'The burgess than ask; «d htm If he did not know the eonn- |try is at war and all men should ! work. He tiid he did. He was then asked if he did not cam which side won the war and he stated no he did ' not. The clief of police Tras instructed to lock him up and hold him for the federal authorities. Tonlh Observed. The Patriotic League held a Jnry Tourth celebration. at Prick park yesterday,; with races of varions kinds andrball games nn the pro; gram. Dr. Clarence L. Paughcrry of Pittsbnrg, made two- excellent pa' triotic.addresses, one in the afternoon and. ohe'n th» ierening. There was a band corcert at 8 o'rl^ck in the events' vn *· park *IL : Marie Detwller . as soloi.t. .. : · '· '· ~~' ~~ r .' . PeTMBaL Mrs. fohn Bossart Is spending a few. da? in Pittsbnrg with her son, Edwarif · Mrs. 3. Robb of Latrobe Is lie guest t Mrs. Laura Stauffer. Mr. uid Mrs. John Fischell of Al- toonaire gueste of Mr. aad Mrs. D. Pijnan. Mr and Mrs. Ross Wilson of WT1- kicsUrg are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I "W. Sw»rti. SEEPS ANY OLD WAT NOW "Item 50 years old and never was aiciootil eight years ago. when I got stoich tronble. * I have spent a for- r medicine which.did not cure. , ^ I kpt on suffering and getting worse. A Slow worker told me about Mayr's Wnderful H«medy. After taking tr» doses I felt like a d.itferent'nian; More taking it I could not lie on my . bck nor right side. Now I can sleep ay old way." It is a simple, harm's* preparation that removes th! .atarrbTal mucus from the intestinal Tact and allays the inflammation, jrbich causes! practically all stomach, liver and intes'tlnal ailments, including appendicitis. One tioje will con- ivlnce or money refunded. A. A. Clarke ,'«nd druggisU everywhero.--Adv. J . : Jf«r Order STore Tars. The Railroad Administration is ·aid to be considering placing orders for 50,000 additional freight cars on the same terms that applied to the nrst order. That was for 100,000 freight cars/mostly of: the .gondola and bo^i car types. New business is Coal Production In Spain. The coal production of "Spain is sliwly but surely increasing, the rec- ,01 d for'the last five years standing as ,' follows: 1913, 4,293,100 tons'; 1914, expected to cover stock, refrigerator, | 4,-74,500 tons; 1D15, 4,636,800 tons; general service and flat cars. 1917, 5,973,300 tons. The agency of the prisoners of war, at Geneva, Switzerland, acts as an intermediary for handling mail and packages for the allied prisoners in German camps. Below, a mall train for those camps is being loaded at Geneva. Above is shown a portion of the great store of food for the cap- tivas, awaiting shipment at Basle.. SHIVELY GAINED THREE MORE POUNDS -Way It Baa Restored 3ty Heall* So Perfectly That It Smaa a XlracW "Yes, sir, this Tanlac beats anything 1 .have ever berfore used," declared F, P. Shively, a well-known salesman who lives ait 1007 Third St., Jiiniata, Pa. "I hrd no Idea it was so good. Why, it has restored my health so perfectly Uiat it sejrns more like a miracle than anything else-. "I hud suffered from stomach' trouble. i!y indigestion was all out of. sorts. 1 couldn't eat. Whenever I did try to take anything solid, I would suffer from gas on my. stomach and a sickening feeling that lasted for several hours afterward. "My nerves were also out of fear, and I couldn't sleep sound and restful a', night. I would, wake up in the morning feeling heavy and languid, and I could scarcely muster up enough energy to get up and dreja myself. I seldom over could eat breaklaitt. ' "After using two bottles of Tanlac my stomach seems In perfect shape. I can eat good and never slept better in all my life- My weight baa been increased three pou;is bj* Tanlac. I simply- can't get- enou^l*. to ~nt now." r is now sold here .by the Con- n-llsVIIle" drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured m Dunbar at D. C. Bason's Drug Store.-- Ailv. '-. 1,700 RAILROADS ARE RETURNED TO OWNERS BY R. R. ADMINISTRATION GREENE COUNTY SALES Crucible Fuel Company Pays |600 Per Acre for !ISQ Acres; Oticr Sales. The Crucible .Fuel company has purchased 120.6 acres of coal from George F. Luse of Carmlcbaels. G::eene county. , The price paid was $600'per acre, the total consideration being $72,417.60. Tie tract is '· located in Cumberland township, one mile nort of Carmichaels. L. P. Ruth and vile at Connellsville have transferred to the Union Securities 'Realty company of Connells-. ville an undivided interest equal to 20 acres in 10 tracts in Gilmore and Wiiyne 'townships, and an interest equal to 50 acres in 19 tracts in Jackson, Wayne and Gilmore township: being the consideration in each trjmsfer. Cain If Lake Coul Movement. _Thc movement of coal by lake now is' progressing at the rate of about 3,000,000 tons a month. This estimate based upon the shipments for the first.. 15 days of June, when 1.605,204 tein# 1 were dumped into lake freighters. This movement shows considerable increase over May. Whtm T»n Tfaat Aaytklng Advertise in our ClassiQed Column. Try Oar Clunilcil Ads. One cent a word is all they cost. Are Short Lines and Inter-Plait Boads, But Represent SiMXX) Biles, or Oae-ScTWith o Total. · About . 1.700 short-line railroads were turned back to private management Saturday by the Railroad Administration, a few hoars before Congress passed legislation !ntond«d to prevent the relimjirlsliment of many of them. Between 300 and 400 of tc roadi relinquished bad sought to remain undAr government management. About 400 short tines were retained as part of the national system. . Announceemnt of the action was withheld by the Railroad Administration until less than an hour before th3 legislation which would have stopped it was finally enacted. It was'ex- plained that the course was made necessary by tho railroad act's provision requiring tlie government to decide before July 1 which short lines would be retained and which relinquished. More than 1,200 of the roads turnod back to private management were Industrial or plant facility linos, or others which did not scok to remain under government control, aad over which no issue existed. Many if those relinquished may be til-n t.icfc later, it. was announced, one .11 will be given fair divisions of joint rates, insured a reasonable car supply, and protected apiinit undue disturbance in traffic routing. Short lines represent about 35,000 miles of track In the United States, or about one-seventh of tho total railway mileage. The legislation of Congress was in form of a resolution extending from July 1 to next January 1, the period In which tho Railroad Administration would have been forced to decide its course affecting short Unas, with an amendment providing that lines in competition or in physical connection with railways operated by the government sbould notibe turned back to private management against their will. The original resolution was introduced by request of Director General McAdoo, In'his representation that tie Railroad Administration had had insufficient time to consider its policy toward many short lines. The amendment was added by friends of the lines which have insisted that they could not operate profitably in competition with government- operated railways, .consideringre- routing and other practices .initiated by-the Railroad Administration. Bnmstead's Worm Syrup A *afa (uid vnr* XmKdy lor Woruia, ·tood tlM tnt for SO T««r«. IT zreTXX To children It !· an »nff«2 of rT.TA«A«T TO TiJtB, SO 9. If O PXTSZC mlZDED. On* feotil* »»· ttlleft 132 worm.. All dlnf- and dealers, or by znall-- 20o n, »O1. C. A. TOOBZrEXii, M.' D,, PBlla., ?·. Classified Ads. One Cent a Word. After the Fourth Savings for Thrifty Shopperi, That Are Emphatically the Best Values In Connellsville. You^Will Buy It for Less at the Big Store, Presentlmg a "Wonderful Opportunity For Women and Misses to Biry Beautiful Brand New Dresses Regular $25.00, $27.60 and even $29.75 /values at ...... W«Btn'9 at Mines. Up to $19.76 Clever Dresses A Sensational After the Fourth Sale of Dresses. Hundreds of our finer garments nacrinced at startling reductions. There are beautiful Pongees, Satins, Foulard*, Silk Poplins and many other wanted materials, and all the newest styles and colors that New York creates. Special Saturday only There are beaded Georgette dretset, elegant Satin dre«§e» stunning Serge dreisei, beau, tiful Lace dresses and other high grade dreiaei. The col. or* are rose, quaker grey, pekin blue, rookie white and navy. Special $19.75. Other Drewes Priced at $9.75, $14.75, $22.50, $25 4 Big Specials FROM Our Shoe Section First Floor Roar Women's |8.00 white Kid Shoes, lace style, Louis hen!; all sizes, Misses' 12,50- White Canvas Slippers, sizes i to 11, Special Sat- J2.00 Misses' White Canvas Button Shoes, sizes 11 : ,4 to 2, Special Women's $8.00 Grey Kli Oxfords, lace stylo, Louis heel One Lot of Ladies' Fine Pattern Hats In all the newest Summer creations at Half and less than Half price. From $12.00 to $18.00 values at $6.90 One tot of $MO to $8.30 ladies' Trlinmed Hats, Special : $2.95 There are Hemp Straws, Leghorns, Llaere and other popular Btrawa and materials, trimmed with georgette crejpe, flowers and ribbonB, $2.95. New Arrivals Service Flags on felt, hand embroidered for each branch of the army, such a» Infantry,. Artillery, .Medical, ' Signal Aviation,.Ordinance and Engineers, which sell at .50c. Just received a. shipment of the (most popular) Jersey Dresses for women, trimmed with Sutach braid. The colors are Rookie, Pekin Blue and Sand. NEW SUMMER CORSETS In high or low bust, with supporters, flesh and white, Special Saturday .__ Some front laced. In ! $1.29 We are showing many smart.and exclusive styles in plain and fancy Baronette, Georgette and Satin Skiits. Beautiful New Summer Blouses One lot of Ladles' beautiful hand embraidercd amd beaded Waists, .ta a wide range of colors and styles. The materials are Georgette *"^pe and Crepe de Chine, high or low necfcs, large and small collars, Special $5.90 One lot ot Women's Crepe de Chine, Voile and Plaid Silk .Waists --a beautiful range of colors-some embroidered, some tucked with high and low neck. Specially priced $2.95 Coatees are very popular this season among the smart set. Come in combination of colors. Velvets, Satins, Wool and Silk Jerseys, and Rajah Silks. Many novel effects. Boys' White Sailors and Jack Tar Hats at 50c and 6oc. Boys'75c Wash Suits WB GIVE TJMTED PBOFIT SHAKEfG COOTOIffi WITH KTEBT PURCHASE (^BACKERS * "- " THE BIG STORE In stripes and combination' ' ot colors. Ages 2 to 8 years.. ': Other - speciaL values at Ote $1.48 and $1.05. PETIT DUCK-- P«tcy Onsrht to Hare Told Him to Keep the Boole T)r- BT a A. VOIGHT - GOSH- ITS LUCKN » \ TO-BRIMC^V ·RIGHT THIU VWITU M^ ,. J.

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