The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 25, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, April 25, 1918
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THJE COURIER 00\\KLLS\ ILLE P-V TULRSDAY APRIL 5 1018. h- !· I r I Results. York 6; Brooklyn 2, Chicago 2, St. Louis 0. Philadelphia 4, Boston 1 No other games scheduled New York _ Philadelphia Cincinnati ._ Chicago Pittsburg -St Loais Boston Brooklyn -- dibit. W L Pet 7 0 1 000 _ « 1 857 _ 4 2 _ 3 3 _ 2 3 667 500 400 3 400 6 143 7 000 Toter'a SekHile. ' : St Louis »t Chicago; Cincinnati at.Plttsb'jrj Brooklyn i at Boston. AMERICAS LEAGUE. Testeriaj'a limits. Naw York 5,_W«ibii»ston 4 Philadelphia 3./J9oatm 0 Detroit 5. Cleveland. 4 St Louis-Chicago,, xaic StudiBg of tk* W Boston Cleve|*ni . Detroit -New Toric . St Louis Chicago --~_ "W ashmgton ^ L 2-2 1 5 4 4 2 5 Pet. 778 667 667 444 429 333 333 2S6 Today's Scketale. Chicago at St. Louis Washington at_Ne«r Yort . ~ - Boston at Philadelphia!' r Cleveland at Detroit. i CAS (FLAG COUPON) HOW 101) CAijc GhT A SFLl-SDID F1AG FOB LOTH. MOTFY. All that Is necc^sarj for you to do is to clip the coupons ana onng or send them, to The Daily Courier office with SI 40 and the beautiful Flag is vours Description--The flag is 8 feet long by 5 feet wide ramprool and sunproof American bunting--absolutely fast rolors Stripes se\ved double stitched Has strong canvas heading and metal gromments This 8\» Toot Flag lor C Coupons of Consecutive Dates and $1.40 Cash. Note --If ordered by Mail add lOc for packing and postage cr.ip mis FLAG COUPON loim : and \vith required cash for Flag send to Hag Departmen' THE DAILY COURIER 1291-S "H. trawforf Aye-, CONELLSATI1 F, FA. Name. Street or D No» VanderbilL VANDERBILT,_ Agril 21 -- Miss Helen Rjan jf-CoimeIIsylll.e_ jiaited- "Miss Liltounxfr- Bced~last cvemng ·· Mr and Mrs C S "Freed and daughter "Hiss Sara Mrs TV G Blair and REPORT OF THL CONDITIO OF the 1-ouch Trust Company seated at Connellsvllle Pa. at tht. close of b u s i ness April la 2S13 RESOLRCES Reserve Fund Casli specie and notes J 45 alB 3o Due f om ip proved resene agenlil ~S 823 17 Jgul -eserve se curities at par oO 000 00 172 338 o2 Nickels and cents 334 56 Checks and cash items la 423 62 Due from bank 1 * t r u s t com panics excluding" reserve 12 355 ~9 Commercial paper purcha« ed Lpon one name 26 511 SG Commercial paper purchas ed L p o n two or more names 485 "39 2o Time loans with collateral 167 304 "1 ; Call loins with collateral 88 088 10 iBonds stocks 1.0 113 19 Mortsit,es and j u d g m e n t s I of record 2"S 1331C Ofllce b u i l d i n g and lot o5 000 00 Other ical estate a 204 ^ F u r n i t u r e and fixtures* 20 000 00 O\ crdrafts 1 2 172 rS Other assets not included In aboW 4 834 G8 rronw ealth of P e n n s j H i n i a f »0 000 00 Certified checks 2 4C 72 Treasurer s checks outstand Time deposits (exclusive o' trust fund*?) Time certificates of l e p o ^ i t 16 SOS 60 1 Saving 1 ? f u n d de posits D i v i d e n d s unpaid "Unearned Interest Heser\ c for depreciation Totil Trust furd»- O^her i n i c s t m e n t s etc Cash bilance O\ Total t r u s t f u n d s 561 744 09 18900 1 3"110 1,3365 Of) 5 70~ 00 449 Jfi . e ,. Mrs Grant Le gbtjr of Busbar town- Jffarr Ereed 7*Mrs Jxm £ "-SnaTOiberger Mrs Charles Martin, Mr and Mrs J B ..Henderson S G wr McBurnej John Sha.Hen.b rger anA F Harry Shallenberger attended the fi £ neral of "VTrs Robert McBurnej at the « Baptist church m Flatwoods Tuesday morning. Rev Hays of that church officiated Interment In the Flatwoods cemeterj After a two *eeks illness Miss- Freda "Wright~lias -returned to her position as bookkeeper foi the A.uto Sales Repair companv ^A. Mrs "William DilUnger md son ot *" Bitner are visiting relatives Jiere Mrs Samuel Addis was a shopper m ConnellsviUe esterdaj A Red Cross 1 entertainment ^as -wrt»8JTeu under the- a.uapw*~of the Van" d«rtilt branch of the Red Cross in Ihe Presbyterian churc i on Saturday evening^ \pnl 20 Desp te the in_ 'of the weather a goodt au- *"3Tence wis in attendance 4 quilt *5-*" "pieced and p-esented to the Ecd Ooss b the I^oyal Junior Red Cross was auctioned off by Attorney John Duggan George AT Stncl ler was the successful bidder, at $25 The enter tainmenl was enjoyed by everyone* -- ·- j a great success financially Total $1 I»4i390 47 LT\BTLIT1L,S Capital stock SurpfuC 4und ^ LndlvWed proftti less e: pfcntes and taxes paid Demand deposits (exclusi\e of trust funds) Deposits subject to check a78 a3~ 01 Demand certifi catos of depoiit 2 534 -t" O« posits Com COKORATE TRLSTS Total amount O e face -v il ue) of trusts under dcedt ot trust or mortg-affes e-ce cutcd b cor ji orations to the compin as trustee o secure Issues of corporate bonds including" eiuti ment trusts 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 00000 SmitKfialcL 24 -- F D fannlyof UTiiontown vsit- ea_r*Iatixe3 iu^thls section SUBUV EL X.'Xouiis of Eolnt Marion -was "n. borough. bualtTesi visitor Monday Tranfc Balles* andUos«iih. Hoon Trls FREE TO ASTHMA 'A Xnr Horn* Cur* Tint Ac JOB* Can UM Without DUcomlort or Lo«m of Ilia* UM Thomas Koblnson at Wood- bridEe^own Tuesday evening thc went to consult Mr Hobinson, TV ho is leader of the band, about music tor Memdnal Da - V? S LeecL \v ho has been confined to his home by sickjiess was able to be uptown a short time Tuesda but is not sufficiently reco\ered to assume lus duties as cashier o! the back here Mrs John H le of Richmod Ind, is at the home of her mother, Mrs Caroline Young who is seriously ill from a complication of ailments incident to old age She is 84 years old. Mr and Mrs- Clde Howard are moving here from Waynesburg The} State ot ennsyl-vania. Count o' Fa ette bs 1 E It Kioto T-easurer of the ibove named conipan\ do sole-nnly swca- that the a b o \ e statement !K t r u e to the best of m k n o w l e d g e ant! be lief "E P I* LOTO Treisure- Subscrlbed and iw orn t[ before me t h i a 2Srd daj of V p r i l 1«H3 J B KURTZ N o t a r j Public, Correct--\tiest L T NORTON "W F SOISSON R O B T N O R R I S Directors occupy the old J Showalter homestead on the hill out the Gene- n road "Mr Howard^ will be emploj ed by E E Morris, his v, if o s Jather a coal operator here. »qd wo inuit you to try It at our expenw ' r wbether your case Si ot lone- 3# fn f? "if~ you sboulh send for n free trial of our ·Mtfcod Ke matter la wbat climate you llT»7 BO matter -what your nge or ocenpa* Don, JI you are. troubled with astkmm, our awtbod should relieve jou promptlr- ~ » MpectaUy want to send it to those mlr boptlew caw*, ^liereall formi ,, _ want to »how 6Tt3i7oae »t oar own expense, tbai this B«w mfltbod is dM)«ned to end «n difficult breathing, nil irbMiliic. ·Bd «J1 those t«nlDle fAtoxTnu at once ukl lor ·!! time. XbjAiree offer is too importaat to natlect ^ ilnile dflr. Vrtte now and then beicln the method mt once Send no money ip!T n*Jl eonpon bejoir. Do It Today. Indian Creek. INDIAN CREEK April 2-t --Mrs S D Sipe from Connellstfn'le spent 1 few~aays here with her uncle and .annt, ,Mr and Mrs P TV Habe! Hicbard Murray" is transact ng business In Connellsville and Lmon town i Mrs S C Kalp from Davistown Is iriends, and shopping I Mr and Mrs A Craig from Greens' burg spent a fev* davs among Roar- i ing Run f"iend c ' Blair Crise from Camp Sherman is spending a few days with his parents at Jones Mill Edward Blgam from Humbert, is 1 spending a Tow days here among I friends Mr and Mrs Jake Dull from Jones nellsTille friends driven in automobiles, also the veterans ot the Cull war Citizens band and then the Red Cros -workers in | their uniforms the Girl Scouts Hev j rather Brady with the Cadets S oci- I ety of SS Philip and James churcli, i i and 28 little girls dressed as Red | Cross ntiraCs Boosters club firemen i and public school children At the auditorium the meeting was in charge of H D Martin chairman of the local 1 Libert} Loan cot mittee He 'ntro duced Rev T R Coffman pastor of the Church of the Brethren who gave the invocation The Citizens band then played 'The Star Spangled Banner So'os bj B S Rash and Prof Butler and several selections M e r e rendered b} the male choir The chairman then introduced Dr J R Harrii of Pittsburg who gave a most excellent talk on the war and Liberty Bonds Everyone who heard him has been ven much enlightened on that subject, Dr Harris is au eloquent speaker and if there were any who did rot hear him Tuesday evening will have the pleasure to do so neTt Sunday as he will speak in the Brethren church in the morning and in the Methodist Episcopal church in the evening National economy has no place for haphazard tire-buying. The Country's need demands conservation. Your own responsibility as a motorist requires that you treat the equipment of your car as a business proposition. Study your tke needs. Select and buy the tires that will give utmost service per dollar, on the roads you travel, with your driving. There is a United States Tire scientifically planned to meet every motoring requirement. The steadily increasing sale of United States Tires is an evidence of their solid worth. Steadfast performance has proved their unfailing reliability and long-service economy. Equip now with United States Tires. Let our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer help you to select the right ones. for Passenger Cars-- Usco' Tread, as illustrated also Royal Cord', 'Chain , 'Nobby' and 'Platn'. States Tims i Meyeradale. i MUTERSDAIE A.pnl 24--The Llb- I erty Loan and Patriotic parade and meeting on Tuesday evening was one of the largest and be^t ever held in Meyersdale The parade formed on lower Main street marched up f tfain to Cberrv then to Meyers avenue down to Center up Center to North down to Grant and then up Broadnaj to Keich's auditorium W H Deeter is chief marshal followed by the soldiers and sailors' mothers, who were TTtleand Trust Compcmcf A Quicker Response leans Quicker Peace Now is the time to subscribe to Third Liberty Loan Bonds, issued m amounts of $50 and up and paying 4 1-4% interest They afford you the safest investment on earth Subscriptions received for these Bonds UrffMt Sale of Any Medi bold ercrywher*. In HA-- ElSE ]S CBTTIVU: --"IHE PROBTIXR mtfaraand Send 1m Mai at yaw BMHind to: Dim--Hare Some "Vic* Iiirye Apples Vr Jnne Brigtit Eye§ Indicate buoyant health. When the eyes arc dull, liver and bowels need regulating. Quickly restore healthy conditions with a dose or two -- in time-- of BEECHAM'S PILLS in th« World. 10«- 26c- ALABAMA'S OUTPUT It Requires Money for big guns, shells, rifles and airplanes -also for ships and submarine destroyers, clothing, food and materials for the army and navy You can do youi bit bj BA bnn S m S ^ our dollars to the front and "* buying Third Liberty Loan Bonds which UNION NATIONAL BANK 19 " amounted oi« Of foal and Toko '.hon r d Tlcavr f i n i s ,, ^ TMirinj; tht Yoar 3117. t \' Duil 12; he \ p a r 1117 ho i f atc of "nu Alabama mined 204JS841 *OEI of T coal aga^st 1 3 2 U C 2 5 tons tbe year vc?r previous an Her a_s« of 217321S I" tons. *.oi C ite p'Od i tloi ft t SC" r 8 ui u a i -t 4 )85 493 i« n 1H "ii ncr=-t " of 1SJ 103 j ^ T I f-o i ( cnl s oven, o' the I \' sn'r"- c .i.-»ol u, *.ia.ry m Etowah u j n«-cnl "tt-t 1 l ? " o i ^ tons ot coke T s i » i t * n " t't h o i'nut this, -3-r\ ^noj.iri incrt^ise both d · h I2a paiTlcal?rlv in HAVE YOTTR DONE AT THIS OFFICE. Gray Hair * a c »-B Til rit » ii«- Ctnooi . m«d boltlcs rt »li dnlst niilytouM. Stain BM Co, Newui,N i. FOR q\I,t. Good clean sharp building sand also m o u l U i n g s^nd Bank First street "West. Side Tri States 538 CHAfe. H BALSI U"i 119 N o r t h * ir t ptreet. "West Slda ConntlK-ville Pa

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