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   Warren Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - May 30, 1916, Warren, Pennsylvania                               BARREN EVENING .TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY FfYJ NATIONAL Owner enters HOTELS of Carl Cmffy Canmtfeiwry Tbe "cook tent" is oae of the j vels modern eireus. U was t the cwetora- for uwuiy jreara for tiic manageMeot to t-ond its to take the Icca! "city" fir their food. The undertaking so stupeudoua that tbe befit regnlat- ed show fcesliatcd" to take the taste nr ttunv i inaily the objcations to the old A SORT OF CULIMAfiY MARVEL made accompiishmcrii necessary. As the circus grew in the" combined efforts of hotelc and restaurants were unab'e to nie-jt the demKnds thrust upon A SINGAPORE DISH Ricetafet Is Not a Mere Is a Whole Banquet. 13 K. Wallace WJLS the man to i c.ury a complete commissary depart- H Contains About Everything From Fish to Dessert, hut Ita Great an; Crowning Dciigni Secrns ta Go tht Highly Odorous Borr.bay D.iefc. plied, meat, vegetables and ouie. 1 quirements await the hcnd': of a tV.-z- en chefs. There ;ue tv.'o serrate End distinct eui'miry the Cari Hageabeck-v.'allacc- Circus, Avhich comes to Yvarren, Tues- day. June 13. for i-t 1 snd 8 p. m. One is occupied by C-ie workingmcn, tru-naoiis i.re i not satisfied until the touts i.re r.u; Jed and all the parf.p'aerna is >r. tjie lot. This is a wire iuca. v.-hiea prompt s.n-1 huf.ly work. Under a nearby congas arc- led st--ff, pei forjners, men, ivomeu and chilCreii cf the eircos. a knier t'lf r for :.vv, York ami it 'lio Pa- c-iiic; U t the A i'- More od.I.-: of livu.a'iity thrown tJijeilioi- hore in t'.iiin hi any other city in tlso Sii-ua pore is suvl halfway Inui i ai.tl China, On t'lf r'.iev stream TaniiN. Aruic-.il.ins, Arabs. Chinese. Japanese. if thyy wru msde >ip for a procession, somo with In connection with, the opening of the new Library building the Library will have a loan exhibit of scarce and old books and pamphlets.. Books and newspapers of local imprint or relatingto this locality are especially desired. :jThe success of the exhibit depends upon the co-operation -of the public and any one having or knowing of available material is urged to notify at once the vice president, Edward Lmdsey, or the secretary, Rev. W. H. I WIL.L, IS3XT T. SMITH TYPE- WRITER THREE MOXTHS FOR peculiar appetizing Jl.-.vcr. H served in abundance, and a Lapr-ier- heartier body never did more justice to a meal. SKillt'ul waiters, attired in do prompt p'..tend- ance. As the "cook tents" tre the C7.5O. ADDRESS. KXICKI3RBOCK- flrst to be raised in the morning tnc-y _ ________ _ _ n K ww.4- r ER, Cl BARRETT BL.DG., JAMES- TOAVX, N. Y. 2-12-tf TOUR WARREN TO JUINE 5 and 2O Necessary We don t have to of Willard Storage Battery know a good thing when Tickets include round-trip transportation, 4 days' ho- tel accommodations >at Wash- ington, and Mt. Vernon side trip, good going on regular trains, June 5 and 20 and returning until June 14 .and 29 respectively, via Balti- more and Harrisburg or Philadelphia, with stopover privilege in these cities on return trip.__________ Includes trans- portation, 3 V> clays' hotel -n: in Washington and 1 days' in Philadelphia, with sight- seeing auto trips in both cit-' ies, etc. _____ flerfully made ttie world. Tt staggers tbe ini.i-In-i'.ion to think of it composed. An ordinary in- tellect stands appalled when it begins trying to figure out what tbe dish is made of. Only a KeSvin dare try to re- solve it into its elements. The first Oay I ordered it in a reck- less, care free moment. I had never heard of it before and supposed that it town probably a in another State. NOTICE TO MOTORISTS il are necessarily the first to be- p-aclceti away on the "Flying Squadron'' IU nighf that breakfast may be served at 7 o'clock the following day ?n a hundred miles a-.vay' "'as just an ordinary siuale dose disu, but in a few minutes I began to find j out that it was a tafel of another colcfr. An ordinary sized boy t-ame up bear- ins plate of rice atid gave it to me. j Hardly iiad the boy turned aside when another boy came up with some meat I piled on the meat, but just as I was picking up my knife and fork a larger boy came up bearing a plate divided off into sections piled to the cargo line j spices, cinnamons and other trop- ical products. I looked to sec if there hadn't been some mistake, but his toiili- dent manner and benrins showed plain- ly that I was to put them ou too. I tiid. even though it looked as if I were leaned icu an- I begun my way the more Our Proof We claim you can get 30 per cent more speed, 30 per cent more power and from 20 to 50 per cent more mileage by using going 011 a cruise, and had tr i n n back to strdv tbe inouncl w a York Gas Saver. We have proved this beyond the slightest doubt, not only by demonstration in the factory but users have testified as to the value of this wonderful Gas Saver. -For details of these attractive tours apply to nearest Ticket Agent or -address B. P. Fraser, Division Passenger Agent, 602- fi04 Brisbane Building. Buffalo, N. Y. Pennsylvania R. 5-1-9-17-24-31 Round Trip WHY BE CONTENT ro receivK or 4 per cent interest on your money when the CONEWArlGO BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION alpo monthly payments on installment stock G per cer.t p.as been credited. We losn on Fvst Ivlort- t' c 23 years of business we helped hundi-eds of neople to homes. We are doir.pr business under the Bank- ing the same as Banks. Hcunc Office. 309 Second Avenue CONEWANGO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Chang e in Schedule Effective Jan. 1st, 1916 First will leave Warren for Jamestown a. in. First car will leave Frewsburj for Jamestown :20 a. m. First car will leave Jamestown for Warren a. m. Friday, June 16 Farmers' Excursion Special Train Leaves WARREN-- P. M. RETURNING Lv. Slote College June 17 AT P. M. attrac- t tive program o? ex- I ercises at State I College. PENNSYLVANIA R. R. i You- Can Notice In the Speed of Your Motor after installing a YORK GAS remember you can get all these advantages with our SAVER. Our guarantee goes with every order. Use the York Gas Saver for 30 days. If it is not satisfactory, return it at our ex- pense and we will refund your money promptly. This is the fairest proposition ever offered. Immediate delivery guaran- teed. We want sales agents. Exclusive territory allotted to i live agents. other bun bearer came up- on his anil worked around, helninir myself to W. F. Hansen 4 Connecticut Avenue Sole Distributor for Penna. Bell Phone 1O89-J When you think of think of ibe Evening Times. Otherwise schedule will remain as heretofore, i.e., cars will leave Warren every hour on the even hour. Last car 10 p. m. Carp will leave every hour at thirty min- utes past tke fcow Up to and including the p. m. trip. The car Ivftvtatf Jamestown p. m. will run .Frcwsburg only. car will Jamestown for War- trn.il :10 u. m WARREN A JAMeSHTOWlf ST. RY. GO; I WE DO I Fsniily Washing J AT 5c A POUND Rough Dry I i If we receive your wash by 11 o'clock it will be re- 1 turned on the afternoon I of the next day. The flat pieces are neat ,f, ly ironed and the garm- ents starched and dried, ready to be dampened ind ironed. Phone We for and deliver Jmdbent Laundry ft Taylor, 4 Sunday Excursion CLEAN OR BRADFORD Sunday, June 11 Special Train leaves mineton.......10.03A.M. Warren .......10.1SA.M. Struthers......10.27A.M. Returning Leaves Olean or Bradford 8.00P.M. __ stood only Train. Twtas will stop going retnraiag MIC! limestone. Ortokwr 1 and See Flyers Consult Agents Pennsylvania R.R. 5-31-6-2-5-8 prominent and after lie had gone on I picked up iny spoon and  r ii that every sincle one or" dc.M loycrs was in j my rice t.il'c1. I put Bombay dm.I: la-t. for I know; th.it other inifelients would ralncr i not a-sori.'ste v Hh it. Yon could read-! il.v -.mill (iicir .-tMludc if" you had once t.i-tc.i rt'ick. for there i-- no other thing if-: size in t'iO world such an on j ou. Ii tlie ocloi' of 1 over wont without to bon-Jt I hi've --locked I that weic in tl'.cir lii.v. but s'lii'llii'ir 'io.- in ami day out r.oui.jay iliT-k ha-? tLc.'.i all in the Yankee -TivUiou. In compar- ison with it (.heoso lias a delicate 'lerfuaie. IIov.- it irot that name is more than I kiiow. It icaliy :i dried lisli. which. a !JL t for myself I would rather take my sja-.onins some othcv form. Old rcsii'rnts and missionaries who bale been in tlio country a lonn time say th.it after a time a person conies to be vci v font! of it. but per- sonally I that there t oultl never be anythinu Ix-iviccn ii was distance. It is t'lat I can do to j at tlio ivli.u- c of the parties is an old residcnl or a missionary a long I time in ilio ii-c. Tlio people in :-iiiL-.iporc do not call j rii ctafcl a They consider it a -Vnd that's what it is. It looks as if it had meant for the noon- day repast at a Woodmen log roll inc. Manv and many a person here has ricefafe! at and nothing else. In fact, after c.uiiiir a rkctafel there Isn't room lor anything cNe. A person then Wants to off and co to sleep. Ami that is what everybody docs in the suburbs of the equator. The shops all close at noon for a couple of hours i while everybody lies down and sleeps I off the effect of the Croy in Leslie's. Comment. Mr. Smithers says he would die for me. "He can't; he's too Baltimore Self to greatest of flatter- Rochefoucauld.   for tr_csportji.oa I.ctr.nt DETROIT CLEVELAND NAViG AT JON COMPANY run ir H. M SHORT ORDKR8 AND MKAI-S TRY OUR to 1O In the Evening A. K. 1'iui 4 and 5 IVimit. E. tu-ii IMIOMC r IN FW SPA PERI NEWSPAPER   

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