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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              r i v A1 FRIBURG Mov j After Sunday Sellerj Mayor Tiddy lifted the ban vesler ana at the same limy gavenotice taut any soilingon Sunday would SATCTOAT H0V f MEWS Or SERVICE HOME AND ABROAD J The Arlou Hand will its Jlrnt rehearsal since tho was placed on the town on Sunday afternoon to prepare for the concert tliat had to be postponed 01 account of the epidemic Of Mrs James Williams ine funeral of Mrs Jas Williams St Michaels Church itev J J Don offlrlato1interment was in st Michaels Cemetery St Michaels F McMULLEN BECOMES CAPTAIN Daniel F MeMulleu of this city who has heen a first lieutenant in i the United States Army lor u year or 1 more received notice yesterday ot his promotion to a captaincy He has oeen on duly at Camp Meade and so lUir as known he will Hi the service at that camp for the pres ent Prior to entering the was associated with his Church Notices will be re sumed on Sunday Mov loth Tim new pastor Rev ciews will preach Frostburg 11 a Lord 7 p in The sermon will be a clarion call to all Presbyterians MmL Harry i o Meidleman school a m Church service 1045 84rviceC7loSOCiet3 Eveuinff n A Va Ormer Pd of Tuniata College Huntiugfon Pa Tvlll preach both mornine and nveniiur Monday evening the Ladies Guild will Er WT home of MrsH uS1W ler Last Union street First M Thos Van Dvkc pastorSunday school am Jipworth League p m At 10lr the Itastor will The and the Evening 110 AR1UV TPirrir AKMl IKUCK MEN DUE TODAY 1 auvin j Notice has been received here that llu soldiers in army trucks will pass tirouBh Cumberland sometime this evening They will be lodged in the Masonlc Temple tonight and will con Unue thbir journey tomorrow morning Miss JJarv Bobbins anfl committee of tne YM canteen will serve the oys mzwie Pies cigars servirn Mt John M Streett furnishes all the tart nocil in making sandwiches for the soldiers Safely Across Mrs J Kyle Cowherd whois now in Hagerstown received a cablegram j ltj iiuoUKilU J Iv evening Cowherd of the Medical Corps U S A Dr Cowherd is a son of Mr a and Mrs Gabriel C Cowherd South fork Mechanic street Them Uiat Love 2j Midlothian Soldier Arreited Rev Fiostburg Nov of orn pastor Regular Sab Solice Weniv Fischer Friday arrested Bath services at 1100 a m and 730 Private Joseph J Britt of Midlothian uuu 4 p Bible class p m preach Sin Isolators koalem Leo D Horn IJdLll OCrVICGS U JJ1 HUG u Jji i LL iiiw m Sunday school 1000 a m I pon of Camp Meade author Christian Endeavor p m Mirti absenting p m at the church ing held awaitiuc instructions English BaptistSunday school at scilool at Lrnin o seven coacuag PreacnnK a in by carrying 14 officers and 350 men from vV Linden of Leavenworth to Camp Meade e Jua Jr B Y p i stonnRrl thp inri c Rev Theo Beck marched about the citv for exercise Eckhart Boy Wounded in Mr and Sandvick i tickhart received word from their s meyer a m SiinrtVv school Services will be heid at ll Oo EnSish German and at Pm inj Mr and Sandvick of Thp i i Eckhart received word from their son day wi5i Mrs MonJohn Saudvick that he had been Church CounHi shrapnel in the shoulder Tuesday Inand was in a hospital in France Ill in the catechism will be re on Tuesday at p m Personals Earl Micldieton Gassed Earl H Middlcton son of former s o r a ofE Kerns Ormand street Frederick Eichhorn is ill Reward a partr of children took flowers from graves in Allegany Cemetery reward will given lor the names of these children Par ents are warned that children found in cemetery are liable to arrest also Allegany Co Advertisemetn 1031St FISH SPECIAL 15c POUND i and daughter i County Koad Director that he is recovering in a hospital Theodore 0 Stevens left Midland today for Fort Washington for military i training John Kenny who was home at Midj land on a threeday furlough returned today to Camp Meade He will leave for overseas in a few davs Mrs M D Martin Mt Savage re ceived wordyesterday that her son W J Martin Battery D 45 C A C had arrived overseas Private John T Kiiffner is home from Camp Meade on a few days fur Guy Crigler a United States Ma rine who wounded in France will speak in Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church South Ridgeley tomorrow evening He is a former principal of Advertisement PUBLIC SCHOOLS RESUME ON of the pumic I medical corps county Sitxh Tr i r oay Mechanic street colored school en ters upon a new era havingbeen plac ed upon the list of approved state high scuoOiS Aa additional teacher has been added iliss Flossie L Bass a graduate of Howard University has been appointed the principal Prof Ben jamin Smith will be enabled to devote nis full time to high school subjects A partition has been placed in the wounded July 12 After considerable time in French hospitals he was sent home Mr Crigler made a tour Kansas in behaft of the Fourth Lib erty Loan Mrs G W McDonald 125 Seymour street received word that her son Dominic McDonald had arrived in iiiis ill Lilt lower floor additional room and France He enlisted in the aviation the entire buiraing hasbeen renovated section last February County Superintendent Edward F Webb sent word to all janitors in the Foster Kay Revnolds 119 Harrison county to buildfires today and heat street and Nathan Dreyer Shriver ana ventilate the buildings well so avenue are home on a 10dav furloueh everything will be in first glass shapefrom the Naval Training Station New Monday port R J O LAMPS A Rayo Reflection When your boy comes back let the bright radiance of your smile and the cheery presence of the Rayo Lamp reflect your wel come Its generous soft without flicker or glare gives light wherever needed Best for all fine workrcant strain the ces Rtyo ore simply port no trouble to or re economical to buy ind to me Altddin Security Oil givei belt reiulti Aik to tee the Rtyo nt your deilcri STANDARD OIL COMPANY NcwJtruy Baltimore M4 D C N C Norfolk W KiehmoiJ Vi S C BUY i RQP TOfiGA BOY BACK CT bLU THAT WILLBE CAN OF FIFTH ikii LOAN NOW BEING PLAN NED Amount to Be Raised In Cam paign to Start In April Set at Eight Billions By E C UODGERS Washington Bureau 112S 1134 Jiuu sey Hide Nov next Liberty Loan the will be the goal of a drive to begin in April U will be for at least six billion uouars and may be for eight billion the biggest loan any nation has ever attempted to raise The go verm en t has already started preparations Noted artists are todav working on posters Tho subject of the poster will not bo the outrages of the Huns or the fighting over there ihey will be based on a to Bring a Boy Back i Tve Construction idea has gone in to the bond advertising program They will jpsace Jwnds to Salsa for the war win ihc money with which American are to be deuioblized and returned to their homes The interest rate has not been do finitely llxedl but it is probable that that it will be 4Vi per cent A harder advertising effort than ever before will be made to put the loan across It will fce slwwii that njfiney must be subscribed or our boys ianuot re turn after victory Victory is going to play a promi nent part In the loan campaign The letter V will be used extensively both to emphasize vktorv and It is expected that the rnonev sub scribed for the Fourth Libertl will be used up by the middle of De cember and that the treasury wllP be gin issuing certificates before Christmas These will be issued against the fifth loan and will prob ably total four billion dollars by next April That guarantees a loan total of at least six billion dollars allow ing four billion to take up the trea sury certificates and giving a working balance of two billion A large part of the fourth billion of treasury notes will go toward bringing back the boys it peace comes soon it may ntbe inappropriate at this time to recall that Marie Twain once said It could probably be shown by tacts and figures that there is no dis tinctly native American criminal class except THWMC HEROES DAY ON will For Frederick upright piano in good condition Ihoiiu 41VV FOR SALE Three Milch cows apply Luke Hill Aid Advertisuient nnrrnV I fy dedications And anjMMj vlJKLUll for the Conference Endowment JPuiod Heroes Day will be observed to morrow at the churches on the Raw hugs circuit of the Methodist Episco pal Church In tho morning at oclock Kdwin T Dixon Cumberland speak on of the at Rawllngs and in the afternoon at 3 o clock on the same subject at Cresap town There will also be an address at both churches on Heroes of the JACOB HAFER Funeral Director FROSTBUHQ MARYLAND Open Night and Day UNCLE SAM SAYS Do your Christmas shopping early That means now when selection is best REIICION CHEERS In The Hour Of Trial The First SS Church A HOMELIKE CHURCH all who mourn and need all who are weary and need all who pray and to all who do not ought and bids you i Welcome Sunday School a m At a the pastor will preach subject The Night and the Evening subject The S upreme p Epworth League Good Singing Special Music by the Choir Hear Miss Fay TurinsViolin at the evening service All of our Womens Coats Coat Suits and Dresses are on sale at a reduction of 10 per cent you can purchase a Wooltex garment or any other in our lines at this spe cial price you can rest assured that you have made a good investment It is to the interest of any prospective purchaser to pay a visit making herpurchase Our show ing is very complete and embodies the tjest selections in the newest fashionable styles and shades The quality of materials used is apparent and of the most dependable sort Coats range in price from 100 less 10 per cent Coat Suits range in price from to less 10 per cent DRESSES In a delightful sjowing of the new Fall styles in silk satinfserge and wool jersey Prices to less 10 per cent The values offered are unusual Our store will be open Saturday evening until 10 p m Christmas Toys Novelties and other essential holiday goods now on display Get a Warm House with Little Fuel and Little Work but Mightiest Comfort Be Safe If It Fails We Take It Back at iNo Cost to You My What a Good Guarantee The Jl FROSTBURG Iff MARYLAND Mens Womens and Childrens Outfits Thli It no year to taking a with your Wool scarce and the modern require skilled tailoring We Make Our Own Our tmall weekly or monthly payment tytUm to every garment nnd every pocket E Pay What You Can THE ONION STOKE 1S5 BALTIMORE STREET Fhe Caloric Heating System Stands as the Peer of All Like Systems You know what you and your neighbors suffered last year when the gas went off play safety GET A CALORIC You know how much dirt and dust a stove will make in your house Get away from this dirt and GET A CALORIC You know how uncomfortable it is to say nothingof catching cold to go from a good hot room into an icecold room Make arrange nents to have your whole house heated thor oughly and uniformlyiGET A CALORIC You know how cheerless it is to sit in one room around a stove Why not have your whole house GET A CALORIC You know Uncle Sam wants you to conserve fuel You can save onethird to onehalf of your fuel if you GET A CALORIC You know it is entirely unnecessary and wasteful to have a lot of heat in your cellar You can have a cool cellar and pile vegetables right against the heater if you GET A FOR QUICK TRANSFER SERVICE Phoaer357W THE ENTERPRISE TRANSFER COMPANY Motor are ready to you In all kindi of hauling Mov ing and Long a Specialty OFFICE 149 BALTO ST CUMBERLAND MARYLAND We are sMittle behind just now on install but have a great many CALORICS in transit Let u have your order now we will be able to install a CALORIC for you in time for the cold weather There are many pipeless furnaces but only one CALORIC TELLING TESTIMONIAL ON FUEL COST v T Cumberland Feb 6 1918 it is with a great deal of satisfaction and comfort that I am enabled to advise you of the satisfactory results obtained from the patented Caloric Pipelesa Furnace which you installed in my residence last spring I was just a little dubious when you first ap proached me on the subject as to its practicability but I find after four months trial that it has done even more than you claim for it Since I first put fire in it early in the fali of have up to this time February 30th used only about four tons of coal and have during all of this severe weather had sufficient heat to keep comfortable through out the house m every way and the expens e attached has been less than I have ever had for the same period of time JOSEPH HENDRICKSON 4 Ridgeway Tenace weather is coming rapl ly dont let this opportunity escape you of installing in your home one of the greatest h tling systems on the market CUMBERLAND HOME OF THE CALORIC 101 NORTH CUMBERLAND HOME OF THE CALORIC   

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