The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 15, 1918 · Page 21
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 21

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 15, 1918
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i. PAGE SIX. .TJblJffi COURIER,. Cp.NNEI4£Vn4JE. _ PA.. JESDAY, APRIL 16, Smithfield. ^ SMITHEJDLD-, ..-April "B5»--Distil A Deputy ; G-;; M.- Charles -Bartholomew ot Lodge-No,::il.8S, ."'WsHerSburg, and staff, Cfo*ries'._Fo | irier. C:' S.. Bryner, John waiiatak:ai£ Stone, o't Uniont6wnV"aflsjaillfed".";tiie officers of Gallatiii 3k)dge,!3toi Slj; J. 0. 0. F., Saturday " night.*--'jr/ -"Bartholomew has his- work- -well 'In-hand, and with his corps- of- ahle "assisats,---per- formed · the · ceremony lit- a; highly' creditable manner.- The following officers were installed: N.--G. t -WiliIam P. Dilsr:V. G., ·'W. JI.-McLaugh.lin; R. S. to'NVG.,' H. R.:Breaciron; I? S. to N. o;:C.-H. EwiQS;,R. S. .to V. G., T. A Low; L. S. to TV. G,:SUas Vacbremen; Right .and LefT scene supporters, Joseph Hoon and Harry Abraham; conductor, p. ,C."-Britt;-. warden. C.-L." Jones; "O. G., Clark Stuck; I. G., Charles Vise; chaplain, Lewis Hastings. After hearing^ a communication read from the grand lodge, urging the., subordinate lodges to-invest in Liberty' Bonds, the noble -grand .committee to-solicit members', to. buyC thejbonds; _the lodge having already invested'lB. the bonds and Savings -Stamps -ttC. .the limit of its Snan'ces. "-"in discussing the importance-'and "the" urgent'_n«ed--of" this loan -tp^ a- successful prosecution of the war, District Deputy Bartholomew brought put that his lodge had subscribed for a thousand' dollars of the bonds and 'a like amount for War- Stamps and was going to invest another thousand. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jackson. Friday the IJth.iBSt., and left another bouncing boy. This is the third lurrival Ta Ihis family. All are boys. Jacob Lester Rotharmel of the 26th Engineers, American Expeditionary ?orce in France," writes an interest- ing letter to a fri and sound, never :nd here, in which. · he says he arrtvi d over there safe got. a bit seasick and' thai "he. enjosjedl'tis; trlp'-lacrbss' "immensely.' -and ."is nSdyvfto ...put .'lite hooks into-' the Boche 'whenever. ffitop- portubJty.ipiTers. '.. He'is. a "sera 6C-Mr. and-/Mf»xil?A C. Rotharmel" of Caeat . ¥he}i"a5J' .Grands' association, L O. . p£. T :Faiette and.;'.WestmorelaTid; 'counties; .wilt meet -In" Brownsville; .Thursday. evening, April 18.. -- " John: . BieaKirbn and .Itiss ' Hannah E*ing-of .G-Kmdale, ..-rlsited Mr. '.'and Jtrs. "Joseplr'Elwins Sunday. Mr. Ew' of Mjss-Bwlng. : . . .. FOrt SALE. Good · clean, sharp building ·-Band, also · moulding sand. Bank. TFfrSt. 5trtei;T^V"eSS, -Side. ~.Trl-" '- State'.338.--CH-AS.-H-. BALSLEY. . 119 :i.*ort!i.::Elrfst slceel, "~Wcst WesternPe r3£: Dunbar. _:f. C.-Eason for wall paper. -- Adv.-- ;26m«r27.t. ' . . ' Cluslficd AdrcrtlscmpBls Bring results. Cost only Ic a'word. ·Eczema - j. - C.. Moora. Drufffflai.' - - er' S.. . ' Connellsvllle.. Pa. WHEN DUTY :.Every Soldier'knows what' the bugle call meansjand'gifes quick response. It is the duty of every citizen | .to purchase Third Liberty ."Loan -"Bonds. TKey'^are;r issued in amounts' of ?50 and up, and pay 4.1-4%. interest. Subscribe .through us. THEATRE TODAY WILLIAM S. HART^IN "THZ: PKQUI, LUKE" Also a Good Comedy. - . - --TOMOBBOTT-- ' "William" 1?ax Presents'JEWEL CARMEN "in rTHE GOtl \TITS THE CHAMPAGNE ETES" A Thrilling Story of How Love Changes.a Girl Into a Noble Being. There Is No Monopoly in the packing industry- Swift C o m p any, although the largest packer, handles not to exceed one-eighth of .the total meat production of the United States. TKfe five large packers do not handle to exceed one-third of the -total meat production of the Swift f Company: 'is · tlot iii combination Jv^iUv ^ny? r other packer or- packers rto 1 control prices., There .is- very .active competition in the buying of live-stock and equally keen competition in the saleifdl Cdfessed- meats and by-products. 1918 year* book of interesting: and _ instructive facts sent on request. _ Address Swift Company, -Union Stock-Yards, Chicago, Minbis, Swift 7 Company U. S. A. IfcfOMPANY FtJRffiTURE H RUGS C STOVES "The Big Store Near The Bridge." 154-loS Wosl Crawford AvenueJsuccessors Leonard Furniture Co. Your First Liberty Bonds Your Second-Keep the Home Fires Burning -.":'·-. .:.:. BacK nj'the boys who ar.e away from home by. briyJng liberty-Bonds. Keep the home fires burning for the.great day wh'en they vrill come back. Tlie'"Big Store Near tJi"6 r B;ridge'' offers a big selection of frcHh new goods to homemai- ers,vail' priced at decided savings to get you acquaiiitetV-.witJivus;.aii'd pur modern merchandising methods. For real satisfaction conie to the Jio'w Store lor Furniture, Bugs '"'' StovAii. ··! ·* Special-Tbis Week Only For Massive Continuous Post Beds Exactly as Here Pictured $8.75 These iron beds have two inch continuous posts and one inch fillers. They are extra heavy in construction, and come in a choice of three handsome finishes--snowy white, Vernis Martin and oxidized. These beds are now priced at $15 in most stores. Our special price will prevail this week only. The New Strollers Are Here · Mothers--this is a season of the Stroller Carriage;--and Connellsville's most compelte selection is to be found at the new store. Styles with hood and reclining back featured in a particular manner. Exclusive Agents for the "Kumfy-Kab" The World's Best Collapsible Carriage for Babies. Even Youngsters Welcome Neponset New Idea* in Tea Wagons Dainty styles in mahogany, walnut and Jacobean just arrived. See them,.the very one you^want is probably in the selection and the prices are exceedingly modest. Alt styles have..removable trays. Sellers' Kitcbeneed Special 75c Yd. Its cheerful color designs and resilience to the step appeal both to mother at her work and children at play. Thick, durable, waterproof, sanitary, and easily kept clean. Lies flat without tacking, and won't curl The Kitchen Cabinet; With the Flour Bin That Lowers to the Floor For Filling. 4 The Sellers' Kitch- ' eneed as advertised in the leading periodicals is to be found here in all the newest 1918 models. On sale At the Zimmerman-Wild Store Exclusively floor Covering fArtistic designs specially suitable for kitchen, bath-room, sewing-room, play-room, bed-rooms, halls and closets. Saves work, nerves and ·floors. Inspect our display today. Made by BIRD SON (Established 1796)'-Eut WmlpoU, M«II«L|I«I«HI - - / . . . . . . And Sold Exclusively In Connellsvflle at the ; . Zimmerman-Wild Store.. ; · ·" · . LONG DISTANCE MOVING HEAVY HAULING . Fast Service Day and Night, Get Rates Work Carefully Done 613 McCormick Ave. Call Bell Phone 234 A A'ATION THBtyj^S THROUGH ITS PEOPLE'S 0?HEIFT. It has been well; said-that -'"A -.nation can thrive only, through the thrift of its · people." Now is. the time when"it is especially important for everyone to be f'.. thrifty. ' Buy Third Liberty Loan Bonds now through us in amounts of $50 and up, "which pay 4 1-4% interest.' · UNION NATIONAL BANK PETEY DESK--Henrietta Couldn't Take Her Place By C. A. VOIGHT ' -- OH iHELLO Mow DID. \ V/A.S IMISS PtACE V/HIIE AT - OW ?OY-- I UUC, UP 5OME Coin OUTER'-TVie otx SOCK. VJow ME- ' ' JS: eiviM« KISS

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