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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - June 12, 1924, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                THURSDAY MORNTXG TITUSVlLLlv HERALD I STE 121924 Our Bank is Open Saturday Nights On Saturday nights the Second National Bank is open until 9 oclock This is not only for the convenience of our savings depositors but also for those who wish to open new accounts and receive the benefit of the safety and service which this bank offers Banking Hours FOR SAVINGS 9 A ML to 3 P M Saturdays 9 A M to 12 M 7PMto9PM The Bank Where It Is f to Keep on Saving i I Once You Have Started GAS RATE NOUNCED BY BMIHRAL Monday evening Officials of the company appeared before the MeadviJje Chamber of Commerce on Monday evening and stated that if no litigation was brought to prevent the proposed in crease a 65cent instead of a 75cent rate would be filed at Harrisimns It would seem from the companys an nouncement in The Herald today however that the 65cent rate is what is to be asked for in the ij tarifi to be tiled Sixtyfive Cents Per Thousand Net Price Under New Tariff to Be Filed INCREASE HAD BEEN FORECAST T TOiiSE 1 The United Xatural Gas 1annoui es today that iLs iiev natural gas will be cents per lOOOi cubic feet of used This will be i j the net price to the consumer the cents per lOOO cents per oinpauy Fifteen Subscriptions Amounting rate for io Hy Aj j r r j Seen Received ohtinnaii of tUc advisory hoard Of the local Salvation Army reports 0 in subscriptions in advance diilcd for June rate to bo 6S feet a discount oi one thousand lor prompt payment The United Naturui Gas company j of the local appeal i through a crks oi Jin Tin Herald announced some time ago a prospective increase 1 imouut tbe yearly budget to in rates later in the year and carr local work together with a majority had believed that the j the building deft is and the ad would be boosted to 7f cents Jvisory board has every coniidence that j per thousand feet that being the rate the asked by the Pennsylvania Oas corn1 rail ci friends of the organization TviI to the support ot this appeal W Kovie the divi Jennings local agent of thersional special efforts secretary is hen company stated to The Herald last for two days assisting Captain J L ODDFELLOWS HAVE SERVICE FOR DEPARTED Only Four Titusville Members cf Order Have Passed Away During Past Year ADDRESS GALBRAITH The annual memorial services con1 ducted by the three branchesof Odd Fellowship in Titusville last evening brought out a considerable number to pay tribute to members or the or ganization who had passed away dur ing the past year The following are the deceased members to whom es pecial tribute was paid although the services were in memory of all mem bers who had died since the Titusville lodges were instituted P L Lang worthy member of Queen City lodge Xo 304 lO O F Petrolin encampment Xo 220 and Lady Drake Uebekah lodge E L Hummer member of Queen City lodge Second National Bank TITUSVILLE PA that he did not know when j Pelrie in this effort thi new rate tariff would be filed with Subscriptions i the Public Service commission but treasurer F O ilifi Tituuv likely in the near future Such notice company will bo proinptlv of increase in rate has to be filed with icnovlodged The following are the commission at least thirty days subscriptions already received to tlurj Trust 11 Mrs Josephine Alcorn rie lugrahain members rake Jlcbekah lodge the ment before the increase can be iectve and opportunity of hearing on the proposed must be given made efA J Thomson a public Luke I Carter increase John M Scheidc j Joseph Seep Second increase in Short Time A little over two years ago the pruiy increased its rate from 35 to 50 t K O KnuirsonJJ 1 00 00 10000 10000 10000 ecrcrv o R Doud scribe and Mrn of Lady aid to the s and sis L V Dc iueen City 3r Petrolik and Mrs Mae Smith for Jsoii Fare C Mow land L SUPPOSB THIS WERE THE HEADING OF A NEWS PAPER ARTICLE REFERRING TO YOU AND YOUR CAR If you drive a car you have had your narrow escapesyou have ALMOST been involved in a serious accident You have ALMOST besn in a position to need the help of a dependable insurance com pany These accidents should remind you to make sure of your insurance CaH write or phone this agenoy of the Hertford Fire In surance sure that you have complete pro tection I cents per thousand net and the matter f was held up for sonic time bv litiV c the cities or up instituted bv luisville Oil City Franklin and Mead l ivHte which protested the increase j The Titusville city council has not yet considered in open session the proposed gas rate increase but now that a definite announcement has been made by the company as to the j amount of the increase it is likely j that the question will be up for I cushion at the meeting of council nextj lit John J Harvc D Tot ATTENDED CONVENTION R A Kerr Presided K A Kerr acted as master of cere GOOOj monies and following a selection by 50uO i Watchers orchestra prayer was of 5000 fered by Howard Driebeibis cliaplain 1000 of Queen City Mr Kerr spoke 2500 briefly in an introductory way telling the purpose of the meeting and 2500 expressing pleasure at the large at A P arnnton 2500 tendance The responses to the roll call of the 2000 three lodges were made by Ellsworth Sharp and Albert Smith following which the Rebekahs marched to the front of the hall and placed a beaiui nil bouquet of flowers upon the altar Mrs Haze Marsh Mrs Dean anS members er Mrs Sophie Randolph and Missj The address of the evening was Nellie Larson of this city and by Rev J Albert Galbraith D M V Yroornan of Hydeown were I pastor of the First Methodist among the members of Acacia chapter Episcopal church and was a masterful O K S to attend the convention as inspiring discourse on the f Order 01 eastern SUir at Erie this principles of Odd Fellow ship friendship love and Dr Galbraith was followed closely i and for an hour held tiie close i attention of the men women and children in the audience The Odd Fellows quartet composed of C Ur Fay Howard Driebelbis Al bertAnderson and T M Baiae sang two selections and Mr Fay sang Abide With Me as a solo number The orchestra gave several selections during the evening and the service Give Dad a Shirt Fathers 15th FUNNY THING ABOUT MENS SHIRTS While they are in the store in their boxes waiting for a customer they are as unindividual as box But the minute you take a shirt to your bosom it is as nmcli a part of you as your eyebrows That is why you should buy and try on an Eagle Shirt before the summer is it will lend more individuality to your appearance than any shirt you ever purchased Beauties just the new Cloud shades that eclipse anything we have ever shown for pure sheer personality Eagle to S850 Siik Hose Summer Bows Benson One Price Dependable Clothiers pR QUALITY PRINTING AND GOOD f SERVICE CALL OUR JOB DEPARTMENT Rex r LIN i KG lo Strip Shingles Asphalt Slsilc 5urfaccJ J SUPPLY COMPANY ORPHEUM Tickets Now On Sale LILLIAN G1SH This Pretty Girl Who Defies Age Discloses Great Beauty Secret was concluded Galbraith with prayer by Dr BIRTHS Van Guilder A liaby sirl S pounds was born on June 10 1V24 to Mr anc TIrs Ionron Van fJiiilder of Granu Valiey The baby has beeo given liie name qt Margaret m A GF THOSE SAMPLE SU TS AND COATS STILL REMAIN suits with snk crepe Lined Jackets Ccats all Satin Lined go at Smiths 3x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs Close vvoven deep pile mi rich patterns offered ex special at Today We Start the Greatest Sale itusvillellas Ever Known Our portion of a great purchase of Rugs made by our New York Buying Or ganization at the recent five Million Dollar Sale of surplus Rugs by Alexander Smith and Sons the largest masufacltirer of Rugs in the Owing to various condi tions in the manuiacturmg and financial market these First Quality New sold at the lowest prices quoted m fifteen years and our customers are indeed most fortunate as we are to be able to share in the offerings oi this great sale Look over this look over the rugs If yon are con sidering the purchase of new rugs within the next say to you in ail ear buy them dont know when youB see these prices again Says Itrs Nothing More Than Old J Fashioned Ordinary Buttermilk in the Form of a Wonderful Cream j Is Guaranteed by All Good Drug and Department Stores The first application of Howards 1 Buttermilk Cream will astonish yqu It creates beauty almost like naVic The most wonderful thing about it Is tiie fact that whilst It turns the dull est most lifeless complexion to ra diant Beautyand makes red or rough hands or amis snowy white yet there f is not the slightest sign of its nse afj tor application It actually vanishes from sight and the most heated at1 mosphere will not produce the least shininess or greasiness of the skin j No matter whether you are troubled with a poor complexion wrinkles puffiness around the eyes freckles j crows feet or lines around the mouth ugly finger nails or just a simple roughness cf the face hands or arms caused by wind or sun you will find that any or all these troubles will quickly disappear with the use of Howards Buttermilk Cream To prove this to your complete sat isfaction get a small quantity today at your favorite toilet goods counter wiih the understanding that they will freely return the purchase money should you be Ssiiths Seamless Brussels Rugs A limited quantity of these extra large size seam Smiths 83x106 Seamless AxHiinster Rugs The most popillar selling rug of the entire Smith lines beautiful designs special Snuth7s 9x12 SeairJess Axminster Rugs Chinese and Oriental patterns deep pile woven in one piece new est color com binations extra special at vl Smiths Ertra Hugs size ft extra special at Smiths Extra Heavy Eng5 size ft extra special at Smiths Extra Heavy Aximrster j Engs sise 36x63 s4 QQ I v onerea at i Smiths Extra Heavy Axmiuster size 6x0 ft offered STeciai at Smiths Extra Heavy Axmiiistcr Eiigs size 113x12 ft QG 7C ofierea special at Extra Heavy Axnvhrstor Hurincrs 35 in x 0 ft 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