The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1918 · Page 6
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June 12, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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ff t%^'"'TPAJGKSrx. THE DA.ILT COtTKtlLlK. nONNKLUSVIU.B. PA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1915. IN KAISER'S PLAN FORMTTEEUROPA Poland, Bulgaria and Turkey Also Would Be Embraced ~ in Scheme. _ " ' Meyersdale. ilEYERSDALE, June' 13.--The Lincoln Chautauqua, held here for several years past," will again visit Meyersdale, th'e dates being, from Jnne 28 to ' July 3, inclusive. Everybody should get busy and boost from now until the 2Sta and make this the best chautauqua ever held here. Excellent programs will be rendered every day, and those who do not attend will miss a rare treat · · The convention of the Women's rni TODHiurur inuinu! Home aQd Foreisn Hsslon «y society rUIV rf.lVHIflrir.PI I UrlIUn! ot tne Allegheny synod of the Luther. j an church is being held in Zion Luth- ·~ - · . " i eran 'church at- this place, opening on CM*OIM and'italics IVoiUd | Tuesday evening and will last until Thursday evening. "There arc 125 delegates here. Every session will be interesting. Tile ladies of the home church are serving meals in the basement o£ the church to the delegates. Mis. W. .C. Price is visiting relatives and triends in Scottdale. .Urs-.^Iarj-'E. JIcKeczie is .spending thew'eefc at.'the.homc"'of Jfr. .and Mrs. Wilson Waiker.^in Scimrait township. . Mrs. Boy "Horn of Akron, O., is visiting relatives aid friends here for a few weeks. ;james_-Hauser ann^ LeVi Marti of GJencqe,- - were business visitors to " "Be ~WKUonni ami Boundary Lilies 1 TV'onM 'Be Eliadutetk, Sajs State: ' 'meat »i German Tlce Chancellor By j ited Presa. taae 12.-- Permit a«rt ecoupmic and military union be-. twfcen GenatDy and" Austria-HungiLiy,'- e gradual disappearance of.- duties and frontiers, is i»ro- ~*y ·' Jriederlck von Payer, 1m- peruU..Tice chancellor of Germany,. la a statement published M the Nene' JPrJe PMSS« ojC Vienna and quoted; in i tha VoB^«Jie^2eJtnQg of Esrtia. la- this scheme of a Mrttel domiMtioii of the Ccn- ; tral Po»ers are Russia, Poland, Bat: /aria and Tuikcy. '- Th* vice chancellor point* oat that '.. frith this 'union once effected the peace · e£~-£urop6 would be m the hands of " Tbe wrtUwjoeit of vexing problems from the war wonld be-roade ' mowea«r, acd the solution of in tonnl atoo.vooU be .facilitated. ;.'**' Sou ··tonikCD,.clogged. pbnpta*, bteckieads," foal breath, are evfle ot constipation. HotHjtor's Rocky Mountain · Tea regulate* th« bow*to. parincs the stomach, eipeis decay iMtter .fronr system. Nature's ·wondrous herbs.'; Positiro results. SSc.- Tea. or tablets. CouieUsrille Co.--Adv. N E W L O C A T I O N STOP 1XIOK READ BENS KIT 1! ROT H E li S ADtomobile AVreckcrs Highest Prices Paid £or All Makes Cars. We sell secotnl hand parts and accessories lor a.11 mak«5 of cars nt. lowest prices. G« tht *'ne»nrU" flabtt and Save MUD'T. Open Sunday 10 A. M. to 1 P. St. Comer Grant nnd .W»ter Stxcct^ Hell Phone Court :KI,VJ. PITTSBURGH, I'A. Meyers^ale .on Tuesday. Karl. LeitQ.. .-who spent the urinter at. Atlantic City.' 'has returned and will spend the summer here with his mother, Mrs. Joseph Letth. · Mrs. Rbbe'rt-Downey is visiting for a few weeks with relatives and friends in Pittsburg. '· Miss Helen Baer of the Margaret Morrison school in PJttsburg, is home for the summer vacation, to be spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Baer. Dickenon Run. DICKERSION RUN, June 11.-- GUS? Urnach received a card Monday from Stanley Mong stating he had arrived safely in Prance. He ?/ss a P. Just Over the Bridge Connellsville (West Side) i a r a SERVICE STATION 1 Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Trained Buttery 5an. J. N. Trump fffHITE LIN 1? WW TRANSFER £l MOTOR TH17CH mm* WACONfl. OOISYIXB You will get romfort and style \l I examine your eyes and fit your es. Dr. L. Tucker. Optometrist, I 105 South Pittshurg street, Conurlls- L.~E. railroad'yard brakeman in the ville.--Adv. DJciersOE Hun yards before joining Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dnrbin juat re- Uncle Sam's forces. ceived a card from their son. Corporal I 3% on Your Savings With Safety ·\ RE you earning? Arc you sav- ·** ing? Earning and saving should go hand in hand. In these timc».or prosperity, prepare for the ' "Rainy Oay"' thiat comes sooner or later to most of us, .. "How can I invest my savings safely?" is the question thousands ·of people ask. The best answer is--buy bonds, good, safe bonds, the kind that is bought by banks, insurance companies, trustees, estates, and shrewd men of means--bonds tliat combine safety with 6% interest. Many people used to think bonds were an investment for die rich. But now everyone knows that bonds are an investment for all the people^ 36 Years Without a Dollar Loss to Any Investor Investyour-savings in first mortgage bonds, - safeguarded under the 'Straus Plan. They 'a're safe. The best proof we can give you . of their safety is the fact that no investor · has ever lost a dollar of principal or interest on any bond bought of ns since this "House was founded, 3o years ago. And they^yield 69^ interest . . . You should learn mpre'about these safe bonds, and about the reasons why they wifl make you a good, satisfactory investment. They can' be "bought in amounts as low as $100 and $500. Write Today r* T^L*: o i r or 1 his Book "6% on Your Savings with Safety".. It tells "h'ow t6'inv'e« money. It outlines precautions · taken By banks and large inititmioiu in (elect- mg investments. It sets out the rules that mean safety first". It is se« without charge-no obligation. Write today. Asfc for Booklet y. SSS. S.WSTRAUS fi: ESTABLISHED 1SS2 '" INCORPORATED .. , . J5fl ISBOABWAY. 5EW 1'OEK. C» !-««· JCukuj City Thirty-six Year* Without Loss to Any Investor Coolmor, Porch Shades "The Big Store Near The Bridge." 154-15S West Crawford Avcnue.Successors iconard Furniture Co. Grass Rugs ani Runners An abundance of everything for true home comfort awaits the June Bride's inspection at the Zimmerman-Wild Store. All the newest styles are displayed and the range of prices will enable you to get exactly the furnishings you want at a co^t within your means. Ask about our dignified confidential credit plan. Buy Furniture Now for Future Economy The Furniture you buy now will in many cases' cost more than double later--prices are on the upward jump. Therefore we say buy now for future economy. Figure out your needs for years to conie and you'll thank, us for the suggestion. For Real Savings on Furniture, Rugs and Stoves, Come to "The Big Store Near the Bridge/' Our system of "ONE LOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY" met with instant favor in Connellsville--it is the lowest price Good Furniture can be sold for and results in year round values that are termed bargains by most stores. If you have a Furniture need make it a point tp visit us. Connellsville's Most Progressive Furniture House. Clarence W. Durbin. giving lie ne%vs thai lie arrived safely in France. He also Is a P. L. E. boy. Mi»s Ropio Muzzacco ia spending two weeks with her parents at Star Junction. Miss Laura HcinbAugh was the guest of frietftJs at CoancllsviJlo ycs- tcrda}*. Mrs. James Bcalty and Miss Loralne Ambrose were calling on Dawson ErfcndK yesterday afternoon. Don't neglect your eyes. See Dr. A. L- Tucker. Optometrist, 105 South Pittsbarg street, Conncl'lavltlc.--Adv. At TaE VAKA3LOL5T. "Tbe Guilt of Silence." a flvo-purt iuobird feature, in vhich- Monroe Salisbury and Kulh Clifford aro seun in the leading roles. Is being shown today. "The Guilt of Silence" Is the story of a man stricken d u m b by exposure in Alaska, who is accused by an irate husband of an unpardonable crime, and unable to defend himself. In several of the scenes of the fea- tur, declared by Salisbury to be the best yhicle in which he has appeared, "Wo 1 fie." a member of the dog team, of which there were six. plays a mosf. dramatic p.art. The dob, a magnificent specimen of the Alaska "hus- kie," one-fourth dog and three-fourths timber wolf, displayed an almost human intelligence in obeying the comr mands of the star and director of the picture. No effort was snared to make the picture from a scenic and photographic point, surrounded by typical atmosphere, a perfect production of mysterious Alaska. A selected comedy is included. Tomorrow Montague Love, Barbara Castleton, Madgo Evans, George MacQuarrie, prominent World stars, will be seen in "Vengeance." the story of a man who is part Indian, part Englishman, who Is brought up by the priests of Buddha. On his twpniy-flrst birthday this young man is given the inheritance .left to him by his lather, and to his unbounded surpr'sc he finds that this is an inheritance of jbate, that Ilia father has bequeathed to him a duty of vengeance. A War-Time Request from "Information" '"T'HOUSANDS of times each day our .L "Information" operators are asked for telephone numbers which are listed correctly in the telephone directory. Calls to "Information" require greater service on the part of the operator, more . time, and a more extended general use of telephone equipment, than any other form - of local calls. Great activity in business has brought about tremendously enlarged volumes ofg, telephone calling and demands for telephone service; telephone users will assist in handling this war-time load if they will ask for "Information" only after they have looked carefully in the directory for the number. Then die facilities required in handling the unnecessary information calls may be applied to care for the increasing volumes or" important messages. Telephone service and communication are vital today; don't call "Information" unless you absolutely have to and thus help us as we serve! THE CENTRAL OfSTlUCT TGJ.Ei'HOJVK COE. F. PATTERSON, T-ocal Kanaffer. tfA'IO.VTO WiV. .PA. TTTE OBPHBCH. "HIDDEN PEARLS."--Sessue Hayakawa appears as star in his latest Paramount p h o t o p l a y , "Hidden Pearls," from tho story of Beaulah Wa.rio DIx, Much ot the action takes place out of doors, and the scene is laid in a. remote South Sea. Island, of which Hayakaa-a is ruler, being the son of a native princess, last of her 'Hno, and an American pearl trader. MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS BOTH PHONES OPPMAM'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Falling in love wit-h an alluring native mitiden on his first visit to the island, Hayaltawa proceeds to tail suddenly out of love with the ilashy, snobbish American £irl, whom he had formerly almost worshipped. Cnder Jf A Clean Qa:et Place for Your Family lo Eatv Let Us Know "\Vhat Tou Want and How You Want It. GOOD SERVICE. Mrs, C. 3. Armstrong, Prop. 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