The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on July 18, 1917 · Page 2
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The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Kane, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 18, 1917
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, KANE, PA. .AYEDXEKPAY, .JULY IS. ir2 Local Briefs TEMPLE' At the Tonight Hot Water CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND JUNE ELVIDGE IN "THE PAGE MYSTERY" , A World Feature in Five Acts that is Sure Entertain. TOMORROW The vampire of France, RE0INA 1SAPET, in "ATONEMENT," tliT" of the World Specials. The wonder dance, scenes in litis production alone make it a Inilv eeptional offering. .Miss Badei as a Creek dancer well Justifies her title of ''The Vampire France." Von will enjoy, this splendid attraction.. Sec it. Flil PAY Alice Brady in "MAN'S .WOMAN." OOMINfi Theda Bara in "HEART AND SOUL."' , NOW IS THE TIME Starting a Bank Account NOW means more money for you than starting Bottle STAR At the r. r one six months from now. f)0 IT TOD A 1 Tomorrow, today will be yesterday. Kane Bank & 7 rust Co. "Oldest Bank in the City." I - LIONEL BARRYMORE in HIS FATH ERS SON" A Metro Wonderphtv ol supreme appeal. ,n five acts. WAR SPECIALS 3 r. 'Neil in "MRS. BALFAME." PETROLEUM MARKET. Pennsylvania $3.10 Mercer Black 2.45 New Castle 2.45 Cabell 2.57 Nrnh Lima 1.88. South Lima 1.SS Wooster 2.10 Indiana 1.78 Princeton . . 1 .92 Somerset 2.20 Ragland v. 1.00 Illinois 1.92 Kansas and Oklahoma J. 70 Plymouth 1.83 Healdton '. . .90 Corsicana, light 1.70 Corsicana, heavy 85 Electra 1.70 Henrietta 1.70 Thrall 1.70 Strawn 1.70 Moran . . 1.70 DeSoto i.SO Crichton Crude 1.40 Caddo, .18 degrees 1.90 j Caddo, 35 degrees , 1.80 Caddo, 32 degrets ., . 1.75: Caddo, cpide 1.00' Canada . . 2.23 Refined Oil Market. Standard white, in bulk, 5.;"0. Water white, in bulk, 6.50. , .Standard white, in barrels, 10.25. Water white in barrels, 11.25. Water white, in caseB, 13.75. That Wears It's ( lint way with our hot, Avaler hollies. Beauty alone would' tempt anyone to buy; hut it is in years of use under airports . of conditions, that' the hot. water - hot ties prove their perfection. vans SCo. MAIN DRUG STORE WILL COMMAND THE NEW YORK DIVISION. Major - Oenral John F. d'liyan, oi the N'ew York . National Guard, who will have command of the entire division to be formed in the National Army of the New York National Guardsmen. Try a Republican claaHsirt.Jt uJ. J TJ For that vacation you should buy your traveling outfit at Infield's Leather Goods Store ad. 6 - 28 tf Lionel Barrymore in "His Father's Son," at the Star tonight and one reel of war special. ad. Dorothy Dalton in "Wild Winship's Widow," at the Grand tomorrow. .Ar range to see it. Also "Bucking the Tiger," a Vogue comedy. ad. Subscriptions pledged to - U Red Cross war rund became due on July 15 and persons not making payment in full are requested to make settlement with S. K. Foote, Jr., treasurer. Frogs are being shined with a jack - light as much as ever in the days before the new frog law went into effect, according to - campers along tin creek, and river. There is work in plenty for a fish warden they say. Warren Times. Edwin G. Flohr, formerly of the Pennsylvania railroad shop? of Kane, but now a resident of has eulisfed in Company No. :!, ammuni tion train, of the Fourth regiment. G. P., which reported for service at Mt. Gretna, yesterday. Miss Laura Anderson pleasantly en tertained the. members of the T. L. ft. club, last evening, at the home of Mrs. George Lippert on Jane ay ctreet. The evening was enjoyably spent with fancy - work, at the conclusion of which luncheon wtfs served. Misses Elsie Crowell. Doris Peter son, Mabel Christie, Esther Coad, Charolette Evans, Margaret Fleming and Eleanor Heaton, chaperoned by Miss Irene. Bittenbennder. are spend ing a week camping on the P.Iiss farm on the Kinzua road. Ridgway is making a bid for recog nil ion of being cosmopolitan and met ropolitan through o - omplaint. of rav ages of goats owned by alien residents. Complaint was made to council .Monday that, gardens are destroyed by goats and in line with usual 'propensities of "Hilly" protest was made against, practice of eating clothing hanging on lines to dry. - - - Regina Badet, the famous vampiie of France, is seen on the American screen for the first, time in "Atone ment," the notable production coming to the Temple theatre tomorrow. It is through the medium of the Brady - International Service World - Pictures that this famous French icreen artist is presented in this coun try. Rv an arrangement recently com pleted Miss P.adet will bo seen in "Atonement" and other French nrt - sts will be seen in other production of equal note. The plays in which they will he stvii are American phis that will appeal particularly to American people. This first offering of the number is an exceedingly brilliant attraction. Miss Hadet is given j'lenu of opportunities for the display of her wonderful beauty and splendid abilities. All those who see this unique offering will be thoroughly entertain ed. ad. William Chalmers, Jr., and Mrs Alice Sumner, iboth of Russell, are suffering from severe burns as the re suit of a gas explosion in the la tier's home late Monday. She went across the street to the home of William Chaimers, Jr., an asked him to inspect her house. Me discovered the absence of the cap from the chondeiier pipe in the parlor and after turning off the gas at the meter put on a cap.; The door and windows were left open for some time aniK'when he had reason to believe that the gas had left the. rooms he decided to test the fitting to make sure that no gas was escaping. He accordingly stood upon a chair and struck a match. There was still suf ficient gas in the upper part of the room to cause a terrific explosion, which knocked him through an open door into another room. The door. sla'mmed after him with - , suflieient force to break the wooden panels. The rug and lace curtains were de stroyed by the flash of fire, but no other damage was done by lire", as the flames died out immediately. EXCELLENT SHOWS AT GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT & THURSDAY House Peters and Myrtle Stedmati re co - starred in the Paramount fea ture, "The Happiness of Three Women," at the Grand jtonight. This ia an exceptionally good photoplay, one you will all enjoy. V. - ith this is a Triangle comedy, "Twin Troubles," that, will keep you laughing for a quarter of an hour. Tomorrow, Dorothy Dalton in "Wild Winship's Widow," a delightful com edy - drama with the popular Triangle star at her best. Also a two - reci com - dy, "Bucking the Tiger." Coming special features at the Grand are Irene Fenwick and Owen Moore in "A Girl Like That;" Fannie Ward in "Betty to the Ilesjcue," and Lillian Gish in "Souls Triumphant," ad. v , o Norwegian scientists have patented a seret process lor producing 18 per cent, nitric acid from "0 per cent, acid they have iheen making from at Used in the Armies and Navies of the World YOUR BOY NEEDS A TUXEDO SAFETY SELF - FILLING Fountain Pen Fills and jpleans instantly Ten years ahead of other styles. 34 Kt. Solid Gold Pens. While they last at $1.00 Newcomer's Phramacy The "KODAK" Store. M'NEIL t lfflJ CO. Architects Offices : Savings Bank Bldg. IO. 0. F. Bldg. Warren, Pa. Ofl Pity, Pa. Warren Bell 54 7 - AT. SUllld ARE NOW IN SEASON. We have just received a nice lot of Lobsters, Clams & Hardshell Crabs FRESH TWICE A WEEK. GRIFFIN HOTEL CAFE H. F. SWALLEY, Prop. QUALITY IN AWNINGS AND SKILL IN ERECTING GUARANTEED. See J. W. CURRY Or II. C. BOLLMAN S I FROM NEARBY TOWNS ALONG THE P. & E, Lion Kills Bear. In a phorl battle at the carnival grounds in Corry Monday night. bo - tween members of tiie hear and the lion families the latter was returned uie victor an or Having delivered a vicious assault on the bruin's head quarters. There was nothing to the skirmish, for the hear was outclassed outgeneraled and outslugged and never had a ghost of a show with the Afri can jungle King, it was all over in the twinkling of an eye and the bear lay quite dead on the floor of his cage which the lion had invaded in making the at tack. To Uuild Loading Station. A pang of men started to work yes terday on a 5,000 feet pipe line which will lead from the gasoline plant of the Interior Oil & &das Corporation at Sheriff to the Sheffield and Tinos - ta railway tracks. A leading station is to be built, wfrarfi the company fan load the irprivaie - ears with gasoline The work will take about ten days to complete,: TieJJoregoing' corporation is buwivg up aTT the oil 'and gas prop erly that is available in this section. Their latest purchase was the Deer lick Oi Co., which owned several hun dred acres upon whiih are 20 produc: iii wells in the Oeerlick sand. - The - company lias two gasoline plants and is - buildinfiia refinery at Tiona of 100 ITtfrrelTapijcity".. Daylight Robbery. A man giving his nnme as fleorgo Poli was rolVbed and 'badly beaten yesterday at. Corry. The robbery occurred at !) o'clock and was witnessed by residcns living in the vicinity who immediately notified the police. Poli was badly battered, lie was taken to the city jail, where he was locked up and a search wan begun for his assaiL - ant. A. man, Kred Allen, who gave his home address as Pittsburg, lUass., was picked up at the station and talc - en to the jail where he was identified an the highwayman. FAMO THE NO - ALCOHOL HAIR TONIO Makes Hair Fluffy and Wavy Invigorates the Scalp and Restores Its Lost Vitality! Famo hair tonic and scalp , remedy quickly converts the skeptic, because. it is a real remedy for the hair and scalp - containing the ingredients that nourish the - roots of the hair and rp - new the life and vitality of the scalp. Famo contains no alcohol as most tonics do. Alcohol dries tissue and gradually has an injurious effect on the hair. By doing its work naturally, Famo makes the hair light. Huffy, wavy and beautiful, just the way it should be, A few treatments with Famo and dandruff, irritation of scalp and falling hair become a thing of the past. Pleasant to use. Famo comes. in large 12 oz. bottles, 75c, and 'i a?., trial at 25c, and k sold on money hack guarantee at S. S. Newcomer's. ad. From sandstone and clay a Herman inventor is unking an artificial pumice stone i.aid to be more uniform in hardness and size of grain than the natur - U product. Tonight BUY National Mazda; Lamps AND OTHER KLKCTIfl - CAL IlorSFJIOL!) A 111 .1 A.WFS JIRRK, WHK !,': 'IT IK ASSORTMENTS A!,'! OOOI), PRICKS RKASOX. AliLF, AND SKRVII'i; OOKS WITH EVERY I'l l;. CHASE. Pierotti Electric Go, 210 Chase St. Bell 111 - M Charles A. Smulltii UNDERTAKER Greeves Street. Bell 'Phone 1 - 1 3 - J. Davenport CAN DE SEEN IN OU1? DISPLAY WIN DO W AND IS ONE OF TDK MANY BEAUTIFUL 0 I F T 8 ABSOLUTELY FREE - TO OUR CUSTOMERS. IN ALL THE NEWEST DESIGNS. PRICES REASONABLE. tt TOMORROW Nance O n MISS MINNIE RISINGER . BRIDE OF WILLIAM WADE OF EMPORIUM Miss Minnie ltisinger, of Iluefner, rot me r I. v of this city, and William Vnde of Fmporinm, were united in marriage yesterday moniing tit Lucin - da by th Itev. Fr. lliliol. lmmediiite - ly alter the ceremony the. wedding party left for the bride's home at Muefner, where a delicious wedding breakfast was served. The bride re ceived many pretty and useful gifts. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wade have many friends in tin's city who wish them much happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Wade will reside at Oil City. O ; If you have a house for iale or rent, ulace an ad in The Republican's classified columns for quick returns. The High Cost of Living THAT 13 CAUSINQ YOU TO G1VI0 MORE THAN THE UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF THOUGHT TO THE SOURCE OF YOUR SUPPLY. OF MEAT, LEADS US TO BELIEVE THAT WE CAN HELP YOU OUT ON THAT QUESTION. OUR SUPPLY NEVER WAS GREATER, AND THE VARIETY AND QUALITY 18 THE BEST ON THE MARKET WE GUARANTEE THE FRESH NESS. GET YOUR MEATS HERE. ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE OF EASY SELECTION AND THE PLEASIHK OF GOOD QUALITY JOHNSON BROS. Both 'Phones. SO Fraley 8tret LY Sale! ,. 79c . 89c .$1.10 .$1.25 DRESSES HERSHENSON BLDG. Coffee Economy MEANS FRESH ROASTED COFFEE FOR QUANTITY AND .... QUALITY. OUR PRICES: 18c 20c 25c 28c 30c 35c If yon pay more than .'!"(' for the hesl Coffee that grows you pay for something which yon cannot gel Inferior quality is poor economy. We sell groceries at real economy prices. R. A. FORSYTHE Opposite Postoffice. Clearance This Bed Starts Thursday, July 19 and Lasts for 10 Days Exceptional Values in Summer Wear No time like the present, to take advantage of money - saving propositions. , AVe invite you to our stores, get our prices and compare with others. DOLAN BROS. SPORT AND WASH SKIRTS. One lol. regular price .$1.00 sale price " One lot. l'l - iilar price .fl.15 ami . 1.2."' sale price. One lol. regular price T.f0 and .l.(i."i sale price. One lot, regular - price $1.70 and 2W sale price. Furniture and Floors SUMMER LIME Give your marred furniture or floors a coat of varnish stain, and have them look bright and new, the way they did when first, finished. The cost, is extremely low and it comes in all colors and a hundred uses for each color. I AVe can supply you with Porch Enamel, AVire Screen Paint, Daih Tub Enamel, Floor AVax, Liquid Veneer and Furniture Polish, One lot of Ladies' and Junior Oinlinin Dresses, special. . 39c One lot of Ladies' Dresses at 98c One lot of LadieV Dresses at $1.50 Another lot oi latest, .style Dresses at helween $3.00 and $6.00 THE BALANCE OF OUR COATS AND SILK AND CLOTH SUITS AT SACRIFICE PRICES. Cfaas. EIsob Just received a carload of the - best Marblehead building lime Wall Paper Kane Decorating Co. 31G CHASE STREET. Both 'Phones. 106 Fraley St. Odd Fellows' Bldg. mospheric nitrogen.

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