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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES FRIDAY NOV S 1916 AFTEKNOON KXCJSPi THE MD UEL1SHED CY THIS TIMES AND ALLEOANIAN Inc W St Cumberlana MO the at Cumber Md atjscmR By A Oue Mouth All Payable In Read This About Influenza COUNTY DRAFTEES TO ENTRAIN NOV 12 Krostburg Nov followiuK Allegany county draftees have been ordered to report November 12 at 4 p to entrain for Camp Meade I Frunk Corrlijau Lord Samuel Mo KBPORT Of THE CONDITION OF THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK AT 1 CUMBERLAND IN THH STATE OF MARYLAND AT T1IE CLOS3 BUSINESS NOVKMBEH 1 1918 RESOURCES Loans and Stocks UondB Securities etc A Slight Chest Cold Leads to Deadly Pneumonia 1 Oowwi Midland William Leroy Fra Bftllkiag House Furniture and Pixturea Often zee Oldtown Harry Earl Lease Lou otllor Hea E8tate Owned v Savage rostburg and ot llecord James county fcy 1427 ator Tilbott carrieCS Handolpli 637 and Pendletoii by probably With a clear rlfcht oJ way Austria to the German frontier tte Allies will be abia to play both endi u don t ttilto uny in cinur i starts wita a ooia send for The medical board reported I U S Currency uiid National you doctor at once i Creegan Midland Quailed for geiierj Gold In the meantime protect youi throat r OPOV MvnrH I All bo by Mouvr Cttck at Tens iio rtiitotoon AV 1111 Hartford and ehwt and ward oft service and Edgar Lacey Myers and soarness by rubblnir on Muntarlno Westernport better thin a mustard plaster Mount bavajfe James Atkinson OPlter inun U yiasLri i not blister and stop nil aches and Frostburg George E Derrick Mount pains quicker than anything you eun Savage and Ivan AVllson Krostburp Kmitarl WUHnm tm alto Afternoon Nov 8 TO BE RIGHT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN TO BE FIRST The people of almost the entire country were doceivert of thousands use it lor Horo throat chest colds plurlnyl tonsllltls and wonderful STOPS MU5TAR1NE MLISTEM for Wester jport was William disquali B Upole fled The following were discharged be cause ot disability From Fort Wash ington John M Stewart Lionacoaing Levl keed Brown Lonaconlng Wll Sllver Coin Nkkles and Oeuts 13098 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid FROS1BURG Frosthurg Nov 8 jn Undivided Profits less Expenses Interest and Taxes paid Roposlts demand buruMcCormick Cumberiaird Josj Subject to i eph Edward Lavin Eckhart Mike Ar Certificates nn none Morgantown from Cainp Certlfled Checks Enoch P Price Frostburg Charles cashiers Checks outstanding Deposits lime Savings and Certificates of Trust How Frottburg Celebrated When the news of Germanys re ported surrender was received it was I hailed first by the loud chimes of Michaels Church at p m and the fire bells and later by nearly all bells in town which kept ringing until p m At seven oclock a joyous parade started which was termed the Kaisers slx men dressed in Navy uniform carrying a About S oclock they stopped In front of what was the Shea building before the fire and where a large stone pier is still standing One ot the men climbed to the top and lowered a rope A stuffed image of the Kaiser was tied A Mott Keyser W Lewis J Miller Frostburg frojoi Camp Wads worth MaxSapiro Frostburg Charles James Keating who was 111 October 2 lelt Wednesday for Fort Thomas for limitedservice Pet er IWartin Mount Savage passed the I physical Claremont ELECTED STATE Herman O Johnson editor ot the Elkins InterMountalu was elecfed to the West Virginia State Senate over I his Democratic opponent Senator H I Ed Talbott a majority of approxi mately C70 votes Mr Johnson car rled Barbour county by ISO votea TiredrOverworked Men What You Need is Vinol Vinol creates strength because it is a combination of most famous bodybuilding and strengthcreating elements known Beef and Cod Liver Peptones Iron and Manganese and Glycero phosphates You who are run down nervous lack energy and working strength we know that Vinol is what you need Try it at our risk Here ii Prooff I am ft night operator rundown couldnt Bleep Beautiful Hair Thick Wavy Free From Dandruff Draw a Moist Cloth Through signed armistice terms and tne war thg mage hat bllrnedj tne ceiebratioii had ended took the formof a Mardi Gras At 3 Tha truth is the armistice was not oclock a largo American Hag was rais yesterday and the German delied on the 100foot town flag pole Rev signed yesieruaj mm nit Tnomas Vandyke offered a egates authorized to sign It reach the headquarters ot Gen Foch Rear lloskin decorated his show window with ivnto American flags and electric lights country to prompt people to ceieoraie i any display of merchandise by the blowing of whistles the ringing 1 as djd he i j shearer store Mrs until last night several hours after the false report had been cabled to this prayer and the crowd sang several patriotic songa At the arrival of the news the town was hastily decorated of Bells arid jolllflcatlon entering Into a general How did this false re port obtain circulation The best in Annie ORourke decorated the trout widows ol her house with candles Tho City Band the Arion Band and the Boy Scouts File and Drum Corps tooir formation obtainable today is that the llart in the parade United Press Association a big and I About 2 oclock passed important agency tor collecting and over distributing information to newspapers throughout the world cabled a dis at Once State of Maryland County of Allegany ss I Tips B Lashley Cashier of the abovenamed Institution do solemnly Bireaithat the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belie THOS B Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of 1918 GEORGE C COOK Notary Public CorrectAttest OLIVERS WILSON ALBERT A DOUB J H REINHART Directors Sudfonl MUM I uffered so rnuch from run down nervous condition and trouble J never felt like working and bad tried almost every thing with out relief The first bottle ofVinol however helped me and it has finally built meap io I feel better now than I havefor a Md no bloodand nferve D help and thought I would try inol anfl I must it built feel better look Charlei T Harder REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE DIMESAV1NG BANK AT CUMBER LAND IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 1 1918 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Save Your Hair Dandruff Dis Overdrafts secured and unsecured appears arid Hair stoPS Coming Out Other Real Estate Owned I Mortgages and Judgmpnts ofRecord TURNER DRUGGIST AND DRUGGISTS EVERY WHERE light wavy fluffy abundant and ap pears as soft lustrous and beautiful Checks and other Cash Due from approved Reserve Agents Also try little Danderine and ljDla a cloth with a carefully draw it thro gh your hair Silver Coin Nickels and Cents patch fiom Paris stating that the armistice had been signed and tne war was over The rllspatcK seems to have propeller could be clearly heard Flu Ban Raised the ban than had practically closed the town for over a month on been cabled not by an inexperienced acicount of the flu epidemic was correspondent or enthusiast but by the i raised President the United Press which fact probably caused everynewspaper in this country using the United Press 1 Oiin Beall Under The Knife Olin Bcall cashier of the First Na publication ut to be apologized for in later editions Personals Ndw the question would Misses Anna Glorius and Cora the head of a big important institution Colfard graduate nurses ot ou Agnes like the United1 Press Association Hospital Baltimore are the guests ot make such avcolossal blunder The Miss Qlorius mother Glor desire to MeCTmnlc street 10 727 46 taking one small strand at a time This will cleanse the hair ot dust dirt or excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty ot your hair A delightful sur prise awaits those whose hair has j Capital Stock paid in nnnnnn beenneglected or is scraggy Surplus dry brittle or thin Besides Undivided Profits less Expenses Interest and Taxes paid tying the hair Danderine dissolves uue to National State and Private Banks and Bankers and Trust every particle of dandruff cleanses i Companies other than purifies and invigorates the scalp i Deposits demand forsvcr stopping itching and falling Subject to check Certified Checks Cashiers Checks outstanding Deposits time Savings and Special LIABILITIES reserve really new hair grow ing all over the Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation It goes right to the roots and strengthens them Its Notes and Bills rediscounted be first andniswniingnesstotakB and Mrs Patrick Stanton and I invigor ohnnce that In giving 1m family LongdaTe W are the stimulating and iife Dofiant rlews to the world it is FAR guests of relatives hare producing propertic TuirTXTDTAMT TTi m TinTTT Mrs Walter Yates is seriously ill at her home in 0e 4lORE IMPORTANT TO BE RIGHT TO BE FIRST the United Press man undoubtedly felt sure that the armistice would be signed some 1 time yesterday He knew that if it troit Mich R P Brookes sister of A F Moses East Main street is ssri signed after he announced it had ously ill with pneumonia in the North oeen signed a busy world would j Wheeling Hospital Wheeiing W Va neter take time to ascertain the fact that he announced it a few hours bej lore it happened and ihat many j Hugh Watson Camp Meade is the of relatives here jjrs A P Brown andMiss Hazel cause the hair to grow Ions strong and beautiful You can surely have prettv charm Ing lustrous hair and lots of it if you will spend a few cents for a bottle of Knowirons Danderine from any drug store or toiletcounter and try it as Total State of Maryland County ot Allegany ss I J A Hoover Cashier of the abovenamed Institution do solemnly swear thst the above statement if true to the best of my knowledge and belief J A HOOVER Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sth day of November 1918 DARKEY Notary Public Correct Attest D L SLOAN THOS B FINAN CEO G directors accept the boasting his agents would i Hartig witnessed Miss Blue Eyes at indulge in throughout the world lor the Maryland Theatre Thursday being the first to give the news as being justified Well the fact is this A reward to the person returning anxioub enterprising gambler with i lUe OVercoat left hanging on the M facts was caught He his E church Ience on Thursday evening to Sheas drug him they would The Associated j tisomeut nvS3t Press which supplies the news of to the Evening Times we are DANCE glad to observe was not tempted from T n TT A M Parir Satiir its habitual custom of sticking to Jr U U A M 1 ark saiur1 facts Consequently the readers of day November 9th Bealls Ur the Evening Times were assured yes tertay afternoon that the armistice had not been signed and that the GerAdvertisement jnan delegates had not yet arrived at Gen Fochs headquarters at tho time the false report about tho signing nv72t Reward OnTuesday a party of children Vvas given publicity in this country It took Dowers from graves in Allegany is important for a press t Q0 eward wU1 be givea and for a newspaper tu give news A in speedily as possible but it is far names of these children Par important for both that the news is ents are warned that children found Tight and reliable when it Is given in cemetery are liable to arrest also Yesterdays exijerience adds mifch to i Cemetery Co the great accumulation of proof of the JAdvertisemetn 103i3t absolute reliability of the Associated Press dispatches which are published ovary day in this paper Readers may depend upon it that with tho Asso Girl Wanted for general Good elated Press service the Evening Times will give ihem the news when it happens is speedily as wires willj carry it and when they read it they Vill know it is jrue Q wages Apply 241 East Main street sVdvertisement OBITUARY Mrs Maria W Freeman llrs Maria Washington Freeman aged 73 wife of the late Charles Free hifln of Baltimore died suddenly at the home her soninlaw Dr M 15 B Owens 126 Virginia avenue this morning at 1 oclock of heart trouble She had been in ill health for several months The body of Mrs Freeman was taken to Baltimore this after jioon after having been prepared for atthe Stein mortuary She was a member of the Lee Street Me morial Church of that city Mrs IYeeinan was a native of Gloucester countv but had been u resident Baltimore for many yours Her husband too was a Virginian Mrs Owens is her only daughter There are three sons Richard E Freeman and William H Freeman Baltimore and Ernest M Freeman Philadelphia TXfO VM AVnahlinpfnn Miss Adeline and Mrs Gertrude Deck Charles W Colvin Charles W Colvin aged 28 years son of Mr and Mrs George W Col yln Schellsburg died at 1 oclock this morning at the Western Mary land Hospital of Tho hody was removed to the Stein m ir ituary and prepared for bnrlc1 J lu body was taken to his late home a Schellsbiirg this afternoon Tliu fi neral will take place Monday Air Colvin is survived by his parents his Vfife and one Weeks ago Mr Colvin buried his only soli Mrs Hugh J Minghini Mrs Mary Anna formerly Miss Mary A Rathe aged 20 years tiled last niiht at tho Allegany Hos pital at oclock aftnr an illnuss Of two weeks She is survived by her husband Hugh J Minphlni one daughter ftnd the Henry The ftinenii will take place at fl oclock Monday morning with services at St Marys Church Burial will bo Ui SS Peter nml Pauls Mrs pleaslns innnucr iron hor ft host of friends who will rOBret to hear ot her donth Mrs Minghlui was taken 111 after jwo of her children died of tho samp lsease Mr Minghini liasonly re from tho Influenza a Liberty Bottle for Corns Theres Only One Genuine Corn Ever peel a bnnanaV Thnts the wny i GetsIt peels oil corns IVs tlio only i corn treatment that will GetsIt s n guarantee that you wont finally hnvo No More for or to Roiipc pick Jerk or cut your corns If you want the plcnsuvo of get tinK rlil oC a corn hu sure to OciK It is its wniitlurfil formutn that hivs JctKlt tho roru that it Is iiscil by nuive than other corn trciitmtnt on wirth drops on iinv or ralhis i nil H Cnnt stlnK It Is painless pain You can kick your corny tmt ftrouml oviii In tight chocs Uui youC corns wont criKIfy you You can ahfiiid nn worlc iancp live lovo unit laugh as thoiitfh without corns tho jtuaranteld mony hack rtinovrr Hie only siiro wny JACOB HAFER Funeral Director FROSTBURG Open Nlaht am8M pay Good Shoes NEED NOT v Be High Priced If you will come will prove to you that you need TO pay high prices for your shoes Our shoes for Men r Children have Style Quality and Value and are marked at prices that makes it real economy to buy your needs in footwear at the Bee Hi and Dresses Selling At a Reduction Of 10 Per Cent To appreciate the value of our offerings in the above lines one has to see them We cordialy invite you and your friends to call and see the many beautiful models of Coats Suits and Dresses on display and decifle then where you think is the most likely place to make your purchase When you consider that we are giving at this time a 10 percent reduction from prices that previously only reflected a fair believe you will recognize that the value we give in the price of our garments is greater than you can obtain elsewhere Gome and see THE HITCHINS BROS CO MARYLAND Look in our display windows You know good values when you see them Come in and have a try oriyou will not be urged to v ft Once You Try You Will Always Buy at BLUE Always O P BRICKER 65 Baltimore St CUMBERLAND MD uncommon sion Serge is always good Realizing Cloth Craft shops have gone one better and have specialized on serges They buy the cloth in immense quantities making it up by scientific methods and selling it to us at a marked saving This is why Cloth Craft blue serge specials in their rnany models represent the utmost invalue OTTO HOMING and SONS Style Headquarters ITvOSTBURG MARYLAND Cloths Craft Storo of This Town   

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