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The Dayton forum. [volume] (Dayton, Ohio) 1913-1949, September 20, 1918, Image 3

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UNFEELING SERGEANT
GETS HEAVY SENTENCE
Little Rock, Ark.—Here Is
how the United States protects
her private soldiers. William L.
Taylor, an onlisiwl man at Camp
Pike, was ill arid sent word to
his sergeant, George W. Iteub
lin^. "I don't euro, let him die,"
said lleubling. Iteubling was
tried by court-martial, convicted,
s( ntencod to five yeurs in mill
tary prison, forfeits all pay and
allowances and is dishonorably
dischurged from the army.
•Boy Named "Liberty Bond."
Sloundavtlie, W. Va.—A male child,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sieime, has
been named "Liberty Bond Slelme."
EMANCIPATION CROWD
'illiams, D.J.Galloway, T. W. Wheeler, Correspondent, Sec,
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«it AT MEMORIAL HALL
Messrs. John L. Thomas and Rey
nold Jackson have secured Memorial
Hall for afternoon and evening of
Emancipation Day for the entertain
ment of a large number of vihitors
who will be in the city, as well as
Daytoniana. Immediately after the
program ends at the fair grounds the
hall will be opened to the general pub
lic. Moving pictures will be shown
from f»:00 to 7:80. The pictures will
be educational as well as entertaining.
From 8 p. m. until 12:00 the grand
Emancipation dance will take place.
Music will be furnished by the famous
Jackson and Toots Willis eight-piece
orchestra. More than a thousand per
sons n^e exnected to be in line for
the rriir.'l 'narch at 10 o'do k. nnlrPS vou Mi« monoy r^rh-.vh-n
All soldiers in uniform will be ad- the completed. Our new ruling
mitted to the hall free. Admission to is to give the best service to thosr
pictures from 5:00 to 7:30 adults 10 who pay piompfly. You will save 10
ceats, cfeildmi, 5 cents admission to !er cent by paying ca*?i on d^livPrr.
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STREET PARADE AT 9:00 O'CLOCK
Sunday Schools, Churcher, Secret Orders and all Oganizations are
invited to participate. Capt Peter Miller, Marshal
ROGRAM begins at I p. m. Proclamation read by Mrs. Maud' Walker Invo­
cation, Rev. F. D. Day Short Addresses, Revs. Burton, Smith and Meade, Attys.
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Adxii. Adults 15c, Children 5c. Part of Pro
VARIOUS FIELD-DAY EXERCISES
COMMITTEE: Col. J. M. Butler, chairman, Eugene Jackson, Sec., W. G, Hogue, Treas., S. O. Shell, John Ki G. F.
Rcfroshments consisting of light
lunoheti, soft drinks and ice cream will1 ^!c
lie served throughout the evening.
In opening the hall in the late af- r»
..evnoon a place will be provided for
Jie visitoi's to rest after having a'
)U^y day at tlie xair grounds. Here
.ofore the strangers have had no place jj
to go to in the evening. The affair SJ
'"'imoi'iai Hail this year will he hi
ost elaborate ever attempted, i»»
at Memoria
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and Mothers' home will be on aal^ at
the fair grounds Emancipation Day. ,«
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LEGAL NOTICE
Common Pleas Court, Montgomery
Oo*i Division of Domestic Relations. Jj
To Parker Burks, whose place of f*
residence is unknown, you will take no- rj
lice, that the said Plaintiff did on the j]
11th day of Aug, A. D., 1918, file a l{
petition against you in the Common
Pleas Court of Montgomery Co., Ohio,
Division of Domestic Relations, pray-1
ing for a decree of divorce from you, Jl
upon the grounds of gross neglect of
duty and extreme cruelty.
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You are required to answer her said
petition not later than six weks
after «!jj
the date of the first publication of this [jj
notice, to-wit: Aug 17th, 1918,
Case No. 43844.
LUELLA BURKS, Pitf.
Per MOSES H. JONES, her Att'y.
NOTICE
Don't ask us to rush your printing
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Resuscitator, Hair Grower
Beauty Parlor and Hair Culturist
526 Hawthorn St. DAYTON. OHIO TJe!l Phone 4049 j'
Has made it possible for every woman to obtain beautiful
hair by the use of her wonderful preparation. Cures all
scalp diseases, stps the hair from falling out, starts it at
once to growing. A six weeks' treatment sent anywhere
in the United States for $1.70. Madame Anderson ha3 done
wondearful work for her people in Dayton. Madisonville,
Newport, Lockland.
JRemsoitator Hair firo 50e
Resuscitalor Hair Supplier 50e
Hesuscitator Presinj? Oil 35c
remedies are manufactured only by Madame An
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HAZEY P. I.ORITTS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER
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