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May 16, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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fpf^7*? : " ? P gpr'.?···.?-"':'·' v: · ' ' . ' · ' · · - · · · · · · THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA, TjrtTKSDAY, MAT 16, 1918. (the Vbeaifres be held in. the Mount Olive United Brethren church Saturday, May 18. There will be a flne 'program and all Sunday school · workers who **-*" are invited to attend. ?«*·' Ba " LIL.V--In which Gordon, UM internationally t- bwvty. » *ean in a striking and role, if bfiag shown today. of the scenes la this great pic- takes in the' Adirondack in tbc dead ot the winter, at* at Bitch beauty as to lon( IB tie memory ot every- ·who safe tbcm.. The story itself fast aoring, tunsaal tale, which spectators from to'lhe city toad again. Miss Gordon'! U one o tbe bMt afce has erer ·d natnrally abe plays it with ability. The ·tate of th* a*penteres of Marie a ti««t1««l young monn- O l*iM«mi tixed of h«r mo- moimtmta We and takes the pweaUng HaoU-to of ltf« and adven^ B«r «Ufa an led Into strange- and *e ha* an the adventure mid foadbiy dwira. Supporting i» a rotaWe cast, inclBd- and (ftierk-' Tile is aim batng- shown. · aad Satndax. jiadg»KeiH. . tfci «· n« a thoumd nrnriM. ' INDIAN CREEK, May 15.--Miss Mazie Crese of Jones Mill will spend, a few days among Scottdale friends- Miss Dollie Crabtree of Scottdale^ spent a few days among Jones Mlffi' friends... 1 . j£" Mrs. F. W. Daorko and sbn^Sre- spending today among: iCoi friends and shopping. / Mrs. F. S. Wortmah of Co- _ spent a few days among Mill Run; friends. . v S. B. Dull of ConneHsrUle spent a' few days amon^MmiiRun_triends.. His mother accompanied him to .Con- nellsviUe today. . -"··;'-.· *·-....'-·-.:·«. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Craig of Greensberg are spending a few days among Roaring Run friends. air. and Mrs. J. I. Rogers returned from ConneHsviUe list, evening!' ·-!~- " MrX Charles- Mffier'af Coinelliviile spent'a few days" among Indian Head friends. Mrs. 'Walter Smith and children who spent the past week with Mrs: Smith's JST. at;lKiSBnrint,';Te.tvrrnec|f borne today/ - \ an* poweifnl . irtory o( HaroU Lockwood -^-. A Mutaal Margarrtt» Fischer. jom wet* a flcitery young and Ml in wh«c, be looked h« tbjkught you too Ooo do? S«e ,, ___ Gcartnorp* dkt.vaad- abe. [ill tt» nwn she parted. Friday 'and Frederick appears Paramotmt photo-drama, "Tli» Beut," by David Graham It k a vital rtory^if-*; bu»T and a TOW wife, A play' of and unfilled longing. i an unezpeeted AT THE SOWS«5. BELGIAN- i« a gripping. storr that wfll mjaMf-je-^ery. i heart aeto for the martyfn' in t-treddta Bdctum. And : .with v the will come tl» thrill 'eiery'one I :for tkoae who .TaluurUy deteiid r-ri(hti, their home* 'juxl.itbeir- ,i--.r. Then will oe born tie deter- Smation to help them avenge tKem- jMyca and to do oar part in the great Hint for freedom and democracy, for i Belgian" comn upon us like a that If mighty ,-mff blows us vcrfBlly into a Tirid realrzation of tils conflict has to overcome. · Connell in a comedy--*!!!! ;he pireciated by all. PetmrriBe. '*r la.--Mrs. O. P. received a l*ter Monday i her son, G. E. Letthart;';wfto*KJi · fireman on the TJ. S* traimport " nt Grant, testing Sir of bfe arrtaa tram I'rance. He also 1.a muntxir of beatJtifnt. souTBtftr. '··k hamlkerchiefB matte in France, ?£-. hi* fatter a fine pipe. He says MiM be la wen and happy. . Kl.mnaTit nwRWa S. Baker v of~ the ^^··rta'flHHtei^ Ocpflfftnent -at'^juip ·jiii*, i* M ·***" a fww days' forloogh '""" « Ui fmrtutt, Tt-r. and Jtrs) J. k«r, at BoaedaJe fara.' r '"" moved Me tsadly to fenn9«iile Monday, · in* Mng In part of the bottse ' avMd by th* gtorrflttm. - .. r. M. lUehijy. Jt, ta.makSig ([tirfe oc mooem ua«l aoxlay otfoot. of Mo. 11 B»«iaim UFE SAVED CHAPPY r'L Jult«, Box Indian Creek. Wm Be Big Featan at Yietor Concert Monday KJgbt at Hfgh S*o»l. Campbell, Bnrr, Collins and Meyer, peerten singers, in-the Vtcior Peer- a-rjanartet--.Billy .-.Mnrraji; Coiltes" and HarJan, the Sterling- · , - TbebdoW Moree, pianiBt, -irill po-esent the program for the Viator., Artists.' ; 'conc«t to be gtven at the high school audi- .toriuzn on nert Monday night. May 20, for. widen b procured from McDonald's jihisic Store or from any member of the Nary Leacae, to wiioin Mr. McDonald will torn over the proceeds. t^-The seating 'capacity; of :' .Ote high *5ho61-suaUoriom "is'oniy SSOrand the way telephone reservation* are being made now those 900 will be jnst aboat half as many, as . are deatred. "When it .is- consideied r tnat -any one -of- the eigfit arttets appearing" h«re, is capable of filling a theatre and entertaining it royally for an entir^evenmg at prices at least as high ssTrill be asked, and that nert MondXy.lhere..TsrUl_be a cimt, psnT of eight star performers for the price of one, it caa readily be seen that ihe,.demaid for ^eate Js heavy. Telephone orders will be filled In'tn'e' order of tb.eir receijft,.. .. t i . . PECHIN DOES GREAT WORK New Tork CJUcago "_ Cincinnati Pittsburg _ Bodr »tlsaa^^lattij. to - Branclrcs oJ'Tfar Flnaaec. " -That.,, thr Pechin/scbpols-.baTe been. most active in J war Work is . indicated by the following: The schools invested !2J.OO in Liberty Bonds, |U7 JS in^ Thrift Stamps, J679 in War Savings Stamps, 129.75 ,in J.orrior.Red eros« irorlc, 53tt25-ia"the" senior branch of ,Ue.JUd:Cros8 aad 41135 Jh T^SC^i, A7-actItKies. " TKe'schoblThavea'rec- ord of 100 per cent in the Junior Bed Cross. Besidos tbJs the schools tare made three a;rabnlaDce robea, one of, which, «r be»Svliii^piec«- of'~worj£; -wauT'ezbib^ h «* *t -SS. recent. .discUia; -in. . the. Con-. ne!l»Tfl]o R«a..CToss headquarterB;' 18 sweaters and flye -helmets.^, ^The stu- aertts-'ilso coUeaeil'iB pounas.:bf-trn-: foil. J. C. Baker Is principal of the schools. Hii assistance are: MJaees Margnerite Ctoctoan, Loxiy Scott and Qladjrs Pnefiter. -. . . STOP FREAK BALL PITCHMG ~Tt»" Makh«g Gwnw En- of "ill tM«_'CTjeSiii 'MKUO* oogftt to rimit In tqor* .bttttnf st*M qiiaitiiimiitfj ··' fc MW "aJoT«Btr'(MM''nt flw-'Tiptiet*- tocm. Tb» tejraBa m^miitr tMnJu that It Dffi tx pnttr knd wort to r*fo- M» IBM nMttor at l*mk HMIi«.. tat tboM wlio knv itadtod- OMT pnMm mj ttat tt H oan(mnttr*r m*i, *o Oat i«rt and not eaoe*n ta ft an, tfjfltamm**! Mtottati. WlMn(l»n li nrte they mj it caa b* mforerf. Domtte lutfmmm nmj be BMMmy. but th«t dpM aot concent tba patron. Tb» jMteMBtlM m ttart ft* urer- ap UmliiTI tuBrniu inoM re«DT ate *» M* men hntta«. nd It tb* r** worta o«t t (Mi nd tt wfll tw , . tbe liirfwt IB twwb«ll btiftorr, bu keen 'Kn«tf -»iBi~Ko»illC"Ky.rter; Lht_ Lorraine lector of -Uie ..westerr. t:ti ]Hrop»;:aecar«ns to afflcWi of tt«Tronhg"Men'i Chri»tinn itUn. .. .. .... ' UNCLE SAM'S THRIFT STAMP CAR GETS RESULTS · -- Here i-one of tte Thrift Stmrp "c ars, painted rod. white and bra«, that are being operated on the line between JamaJcu,JU. JL, .and,,New Turk, and are .Ifcery to be introduced in other parts of the conntry. Th« conductors are getting 'jsobd-'reimlti; as agents for the Thrift Stamps. ' ' l TJEA!TGB. Eesnlts.. BrtxAlyn 5,- Wttsbnre 1. Philadolphia 5;, Chicago, 3. Cincinnati Sj New"-York 2. iSt. Louis 3; Bqston.2. inntogs, " · . · · GOOD-BYE BACKACHE, KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES of the Crabs. W. . L. Pet -18 4 .26 -Jit S ".S.-M _K 12 .538 Brooklyn ' -TO 'i 11 .476 _ 8 14 .304 -·S IS .348 _ 7 16 .JO-i . Boston . Scbednle. Pniladelphia at Chicago. . Brooklyn at Pittsburg. " ' ' Bostoil ai-St.. Louis. .' New York at Cincinnati. A3CEB1CAJ 1EA6TJ3E. Testerd»j*s Results. iiRtiQfiderphia 3;-Ctcveland 2. --Boston 6;-Detroit-4; nWashhigton 1: Chicago 0. nxSt. Lonls-5; New York t. · T13 mnings. ulS icnings. 1 nr2 Bbafccl " New Tork _ Cleveland -Chicago Wasnington Hiiladeiphk Detroit' -- of ~tl« Clubs.' W. U Pot. ^J--.:--is' 10', .600 13 11-·.542 lias'- u .542 01 10 .524 , 11 12 .475 : :,-..ap; 11' .47.6 '. 10 13 .435 : l_j__ 7 '22 J568 . . ; . . . . - ;_Joday's.'.Schoaale'.. -. Chicago at"Wasain'gt6n". Cleveland at-Philadelphia.... St. Louis "at New York! ' Detroit at Boston. LEADER .OF CiNCIIfNATl REDS Chrfcty MaUi»»ian*». First Compute fnJ In tv«ry W»y. . .(Big 'Six) Wbi"' flntibed'fourtJi"In T:lie ^National -league- lost .year with the CLndn- nati R«da* has b e c o m e rocog- alzed as OOG ot :' thft'- moat - -Jxopor- · tnnt managerial ftictors In the- Nfttloiml -leagiie. M a t t y w*s a pltcber In playing dnj3 1^rlrl«d for New York ants bis aad the Gl- from M01 nnm 1918, when he was traded to Itatbewaon. Cincinnati for B n c k Herzog. B»« Sir's flrat complete season as a manager of the Beds was a signal sac- .9*5^!''*.. .-tflftJtcftDt-jwlII bG-in.tlio penuant- ·flfhL tM* year.~" SKtfteWBon "ia a'Btick- etgfat years old...-He U said to be the-- beft..chc(Aer^ player--la. the -basebar! For ocntarlea all over ttwa world GOLD IIEDAL Hsuurltsm OH ha^i oAord- ed relict In lhou«a.nds apon Lhousajids of cairea of lunut: back, ]Qtnbg:o, sciatica, rheamAtlsm, gallstonea. gravel and ail other affections of the kid- '' neya liver, stomach, bladder and il- Ud orffans. It actu auiefcly. It does the ·work.. It cleansta TOUT ktGaoys and purifies the blood. It makes a new ttmii, a acw ·woman, oC you. It *ueatly wards off attacks of:' tho dread" and fatn.1 dlsoasta of the kidneys. _ It often conspkHely cures the S is tresBrfhg 'diseases of Ih^- organs of th« body. aJlted with the blndder ajnl kidneyEt. Bloody or clou-dy urine, aftd- ar "bricfc-dust" fmlicate on on- BROS. COMING Gigantic Spectacle to limulo This Lo-r cality In Jfear Future* "Word comes thitt Ringling Bros.' majjimotii circus is 10 ejiibit afternoon, and night at O-rceasburg, Monday,, June 3. Always the leaders in mtroduciBg Uie. BCft'esi,. and greatest features lie famous sho^v·IIlcIl tliis season announce. tb* most nimarkabie program of thcUr career. TJxero is a brand new spectacle of gigantic p-roporiions eu- -titlod "In days of Old." Prof," ce[ on : the biggesL stage ever buiH, it tells, the story of the golden age of Ivau- hoe, Robin Hood and King Arthur. An, en-lire train load of scenery is car-' .ried. The cast numbers 1,250 actors and there is an. encranclag TaIleL ot 300 .dancing girls. A thousand arenlc sensations fUow the s^ectadc on tho maJn-tent program. There are great' troupes of seals, dogs and monkeys tiat walk, on tight ropes and ride horseback; herds of elephants in all new tricks; international aU|letes ia' feats of- amazing strength; slides for life* from tent-top to the ground by men suspended by-the hair, and one--· .the great Hillary----w-ho :'jnmps the gap" -with skates attached to his head. Thie world's greatest stars, uueh as- May WiTth. who 1 eaps from tho ground to galloping steed with baskets- tied to her feet, are presented, in 1 great number. There are twice as, many etovvris as before, a menagerie. of. 1,009 splendid animals and, to in_- trodii'ce the'.ho!iday, sm all now street" parade three miles long. Patronize those who adyertlae. Bonk Statement. REPORT.. OF CONDITION" OF T3IK First National Bank a,t Dn.wson, In tlje state.of Punnsylvania, at the closU of buatnes on May L0 t 1918. Do not deiay a. mintire If your back a6hes"or you are' aore .across tho loitig or Iravo tiilficulty wben u.ri£Lila. Go to your druETgrist a-t once ;Lr.d got a box 1 cif "onportod GOIiD' "5CEDAL Haarlem Oil Capeutes. They dlssoivo in the "stomach, anl the kidneys BCKik up tho oil like-a. aponec tloos ^-atc-r. They thorouErhJy cleanse and " out the bIiidUer.".T.n.fl Xlducys and throw oft ti\o inflammation which is the cause of t l i b ' . trouble. Tour dru^frlstB -will cheerf u liy re fun d your mon oy \f y ou are not'satisfied aft or a fow days' use. Accept only tho pure, original GOIjT Haarlem Oil Ca-psnlca. None g-enulne.--Adv. 143,575.12 1,900.00 23.237,99 1,900.00 thiwi U. a bonds'(not f n - ' · eluding- sto«kfl- · ' · O-WDfed · · HU- ·plOdj;cl 143.575.12 Stock, other than Federal "Kcsurre Bank irtoclc .. Stock -ot Fiwflcrnl Reaorvo Bank (50 per cent of subscription Ta'ioe ot bank- Ing- house "23.237.M Furniture and fixtures .. I^i/wCal rcsftii'c with 5?cd- e.r«.I Reserve BaJik. ,.. Cadh In vault and net ainounvw due from national 'bunks _ . . , . . . . . . Total of Items '14, IB...16. 17;.. and IS 714.472.60 Checks on banka and ptbor cash Iietn-s .... Redumption fund with D. S. Treasurer and dua from U. S, Treasurer . Total J2,H 6.781.73 80.00 2,500.00 1,1 ABILITIES. Capital stock paJd in.. SirrpUn? fund ~ Umlividod jiroHLs ... 84.338.49 Irfjss (Mrretit ex- penites, j n t c r - · pai*l . . - . . ; - · . 5.II13.37 Clrculntinff notes out- jttitiidfny bfet- a m o u n t s d u e to National banks -Vet TLmoun-ts due to bfuilts, baiikers and LJ-UM companies f o t h or t.han Included in Itanra 31 .or 3 2 ) . . . , - . . . Total of Items 32 nnd 33 .. 1.393.19 Individual dnposit^ sub-' jeal to check .-.'. ,·,,., Cashier's- checks' o u t standing ' SO.-OOO.OO 150,000.00 1,026.11 1,808,693.67 7.S21.54 RJiISOUBCEa Loons ami di«- courets (except tiioso sho^vra shown in b secured. 267.53 SS7.53 Overdrafts, unsecured 267.G3 207.Tl U. S. bonds do- posited to secure circulation value) 50,000.00 ' U. S, bonds and certificates of Indcbtcclnoas ; owned and un- · iBdsd ... .,$455,000,00 . . . 605,000.00; ·Liberty " -IJoan- · --·' - - · '*" - :-'---.··- · · ' , Bonds, 3% r pSf cent 'ahd~ ' " "- ' - ·'· -I 4 per cent, un- . . . fpiedseti ."."...-;:55,4,00:00;.; :;:;;:.;..;· ''r: Payments act. ually msidc en Liberty 'Tf^ - -: '"-. -"' per cent bonfl-s 87,20;00.f. -142,650.03 Securities other. .. . .,'. : Total ..·.,..;.;.;.; 52.146,751.72 State of Pennsylvania. County of Fa,y- ·ettv BR: . · I., B, O. HEXRY, Cashier of the abovo. nam^d bunk, do solemnly awear.\thn,t Lhc above Btatomont-ls true to the bast of my knowledge and belief. . . . . R. D. HENRY. Cashier. · Subscribed and sworn to · bcioro me this 15th day of May, 19l8'. A- VAK HORN, Notary Public. * M. 51. COCHRAN, ' " . " .' - - J. H.' PltlC33, M. E. STRAWN, Directors. . . . . , . - X J j » TO THK -XAX. You r tret ha-ir when -you use our BALD HP:AD IliVIR GROOVER! ·Telephone -and ask questions. Ullly Forai, Scottdalc'n DnnrRiMt, , rir 'U3 J*j . TM_. .^JaiFL A preparmtionfor natwinit natural color to-pay Of uoodhftir, for removing daodraffitDtl u * fcairdreo- iJ«3eii,ie4dytoua»i f^oHAyCo^Kewuk.N.j. The following trucks bave been left"on our hands for sale by party having to go to war. . One Little Giant 3V 2 ton truck, equipped' with with'.a Woods Hydraulic Hoist" and Steel ' .bump Body. .Good as new. Same..has be^c. in use only six weeks. One 3-y 3 Ton Republic Truck^. equipped- with cab. and 'wood b.ody for hauling coaL. : -r Two 2 'Ton. Republic Chassis.. -- - One 1% Ton Jeffries Truck eq.ui£p'ed ; 'with--wood . · . . body, and hand hoist. . ..;:.: " ;·; The above trucks can be bought at a. bargain. by a quick buyer. - ·· ·" ," : ·· .- , Wells-Mills Car Co., Connellsvflle,- Pa. Tbc. deCtftili of roar vacation bc^to the moracot you board a . D. . C. Coast Lin« Stnancr for beattttfn! MwAiiwc I»J«nd-for Railroad ticket* arc honored on all D. C. Line neamer» -m- The D. C, Irwi^nia in«ore« the be«t in appointment!, cuiwnc, and Dain«niVot service. Safety aad hcnUh prcrvisiob* are all that could be desired. - · · · AU ttcamen are equipped with hieM wireleu ccrvice. All ·wutcr ia t;erUized by utira Tiolct ray PTOCCM. Two Bttlendid veo«c!t--Oty of Mackioac It and Gry of AlptroB II~opcrate four tiroe* a week ro M«dunac Uliod. Frooi Toledo Moaday« *td SatnrdaywSJO A. M., Tuesday* and Ttmmteyi 00 P. M. From Demm Mondayn aod Saturday* 5:00 P. M.. Wednesday imd Friday" 8^0 . ·A.M. Scad 3-ceat Mump for iDmiraicc pmphlst and Great L«tc. nwn. Addrew L. G. LEWI! C.. P. A.,.9 TMrtI AVenue, Detroit,."" ' TO MACKINAC From Buffalo $ 950 Round trip I6JO From Cleveland $7.00 Round trip 1ZXX) From Toledo $6.25 Roiiod trip 11-00 From betrott 5550 Round trip flO.00 IS, , Mich. ( AWAKE TO PROGRESS The Union National iBank is always awake to progress -- ever alert in -supplying approved ; facilities 'for thej: convenience and requirements of its cus- lW£STS)OE) Accounts subject :to cneck are invited. UNION NATIONAL BANK MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. J. N. Trump THITE LIM1 TRANSFER UOTOK TRtTCK ud ^VAGOK HOVI.fO AJSD HOI3TUTO PIAXOS BPEICULTT. hHICHESTER S.._ VP.--. . THE DIAMOND BKAXD. * ilc«! Asltyonr Wrap ' " " l-«h«a^«r-fl If luuona. ^____~,. , ..Im'in E«d and Gold i , T-J^JJSj boies. tcaicd -rtth IHcc Ribbon. N \ **i Wl Take no olhcr. Bur of ram/ -- At Iirngtrlnt. Aik farClu-OIIES-TEn S D1A1JOM WHANU PILLS, tot X SOLDBv'SSaSsTsEvSlilF Modern Methods and Superior Facilities The two strong factors which have added imich to this bank's service are modern methods and superior facilities, and which have been found especially useful to our customers in the transaction of their banking business. -·' ' Checking accounts, including your, are invited F. T, EVANS BOTH PHOKES. '--^Rrs. Ulnlc "TTW'*: Twite Pcteir*s Mistake a« » .Comptlment By C. A. VOISHT WS'^SiiS^^'- ····'·.···-i- v ·.. ';····· -'-;·::·'-'.' .' ; .."'.'·:· :··''.-· ····'··:.· -·:,' : '--'- jasaimassaaiaj s^; Ji^ i; i^ ^i^ii^^i^.iii,:. ^^^iii^iii:; i . . j-. ^.^sft. 1 ..

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