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r PAGE FOim. ·THE DAILY COURIER, CORNELLSVILLB oATURDAV MARCH S, 19IS t · OHj? Satig Eimrier. HENRY P SNTD1..K. Founder and L-ditor. 1875-1916 THE coumrm coaii'AXT, K. IL SNTDER, President. JAa J DRI9COIX, Seo'y and Treasurer Bnaia ss JOHN L. GAX3. Managing Editor WALTER 3. City Editor VIS3 LTTNKE B Society Editor Press, Audit Bureau of Circulation. I*eiu»sylvanla Associated Dailies- lie's e that CoqtiellsvlUe no"W has a. dll fereat concptiod of us and our Intentions and -we believe that *very ob- Uac'e haa been removed to malting' the merger a KG li which case not only ·will Red Cross efficiency In this coun ty be greatly Increased but the rela. tJonahip betwe«£ the two cit es -vnll obserre a, *ricn.t-»b out-face in the direction of mutual civic pood fello\v ship understanding and pros^e^s! there can be no room tor pett jeal ouines and kindred a Iments -which i n ) the past have done us all injurv and 1 injustice. Over there 1 niontotrn and Con , n*l)siiHe boj^ ml) be fighting ''ide bv side \Vh\ should not vv e vv h u e bickinpr thr-rn h c i r t ind s^ul o\er hpre i tie vv n r k l n p tdt;i»thrr "boulder o n m i r i e r in the spirit, w h i c h the I r o i i r l { T o f f e t h r r w e I i v c o Ic in I ct o*. [ l e a r n o l i v e together 1 JBot*red as second class matter at the j Connellsville Pi. ! SATTTKDA* ., 1UJR. 9, 191S. Sup* rin e n d p n t Hiloteid dicln t to vait lonp to (Ind a job w i t h a WAter c o m p i n j : t The ' Te Courier * ««rvlce I las WILLIAM P SHERMAN nit L U *· A Sor von A! lam a Ci ·R tLPH F SLIC t 1 Company H 339th I n f a n t r j L b. N A Camp Lee Petersburg: la. their k i n g - h a d better w a i t u n t i l fini«thf"cl t h e i r 1 ttle · M e m o em to -71 A J J i f - s b i \ e f i n i « t h f " c l t h e i r J f p L g r e m c n t w i t h t h e Hohcnro fort t h e y select one of th be | be I If class: car i '"eparatP r u h n ? n r d ^ r incJ.tLon n acic bj the d r a f t t o n t i f N rein = p u t r d i n i d i or \ an arm the 1 . \\ on d inaKr llejtttei ot The Associated Prew The Associated Prraa is «x clUbf ely en titled tb the use Cor republlcation of all uews dis patches, credit ad. to It or not otltt*rtvise creUttcd in tins paper and aU.u the local news publishe 1 herein. _ _ TKe call of " W a r P o u l t r v Conimi" J · - l i n e - 1 ntHlGj, foi e \ p r \ b o d j to n *=e i L,t oiPUM tlo. *. ot mean as lome p^o I [ pic h i-\ c T t tlm* 11 ; crtniirtored c h o i r pr \ilccro. tha t h o \ he riised in the r r v bid "v ird carden \ \ i t h fi\" Vmencan soldiers putting IP ( ei-man* out of bn°!n*"««f »* can form an iriei of how on*- **$e 1 th° t.imL will be tfte-r our boi s c«t O'v cr there n force TnOtoC persons who ar 1 best -inforai ed about tne progress o* the \\ ar or in position lo ha\c"access 10 miormauon ti-e public kno*s nothing about the more impres-ed ere they with the verv senoub character oC the undertaking in which VVE are engaged, the more convinced ar e they tha it will be a struggle ot Ions dura ion r that ve will ba\ c manj dark hours and gloomy forebodings before the da of peace snail dawn th.it before ihai 1 nine shall come w e -will feel the crushmg weight of the burden \Huca I.OVP rests rather HghLh upon ua, and that \ve shall be called upon to make sacrifices we would wy probably to- LLTTIN(. Oil WASTE. I calltd my aa ho passed b and ' for an h o u r h iransrued him cxplammp w h y he had to die ind t h e n I d r o w n e d tna hanged h i m He si» tl c p o i n t of in rema k = ind v.i$,?ed hi-* tail for frivln*, he headed a pa.fr of f r i e n d j v bJ.r-n.3 and dtst ontmued livtns The Srub old Towficr daily i-to would keep j. «o.ldier feeflfnj, ind Tower couldn t i»ull his f r e i g h t for T ranee and dn some bleeding TVo re pampering ten mil lion p u p s in t h i s our v,i"tefuL nation and sttll above our coffee cupn w e talk 'HOLDING HIS OWN. By Macauley. of conpfr\ition had n i n e cat« is silk Maltese Ansrora. cnt mewed Tor meat and fritters morn nc: \ \ h e n t h e h had their lunch -- rttt t fefL t h ( ? m -- J forman? i.t'S arc s i n f u l ·* eirv soiuicr squirm'i ..'"-he lack* a. skin f u l l The kit trns stiv* t*iat I w a * rt^rht that f e c d i n K t h e m was foil} thov mewed a linjcer ing pnod night and then wt.nl oft t h e i r trolle Alas J ftnd it v e r v hard mv dncr* pets to slaughter u p j n t h e i r p-aves in mi back R d mv ej ca ar* ·rtieddinp w a f r But better that some toldier fanfft* and fl]]f M«J waist l i n e flabby than feed boiled cess to lizj; bea^t* to Toy. s«r f i r tn Tabbj i Edgar A. Gueiu ,.da think to be impossible In lus tour of the contry to present' o n ll er the issue* ot Jto war aad to arouse i b^ea-HiUm 0 Tpmnt thij people to a comprehension, of the te^-ms that nar-pered task, before us one o* he missions of wnen manj Former President Tafi i» to .ram ^mcncaas thai thev musts needs make sacrifices and must, learn to steel their hearts to m«et tlie certain hard conditions that lie be ore us It u not for the purpose of alarming the people that Mr Tat,, |ouads his wrninf, trat*that we jaay better pre- p«.rQ ourselves for the «\entuaUies ind make sure that -we shall be able to \\ D have done much he said du*-- ing his address at Uniontown 'but ^c are net and contr*b moos of our TV ealth ha\ e haril been missed There will be tn?ny arifices aoa.ed "and exacted before ^e are through The are inevitable They are bound l l ^ 11 k ( j a Tto come It js then, is. I sec it that known the roal Vmencan spirit w i l l arise It i \ o u see u in uotne distant place" iviil surmount all tho^-e obstacles and V n d rush to ciilm u as our own ·^ eld tne American ]eople into one Ha« a bri r dced m uie^lone °^n e d 'di-e compact, body for th aLtamraeni of miles che goal ^hich we must reacti befoie And with it you can settle down we sheath, tho sword U will earn . V i n o n K r f i m j l i a r teftrs and fcm » cs ns through to -victory * \\e have not -vet fcno*n except m a vague way, what tf3« cost oC ^ar is m life treasure or tbe gnms ap of throws to which we ire stronglj at tacbcd "We presenth will learn The learning will be easoer it we begin now to make our sacrifices Fur Rent, FOR TlKVT^TLrN SUED f o r gentleman - i b M a r k e t -ti "WANTED -- TOUR business. RENDCsE S BARBEPFNGj tf J l J f c M -- * L R N SHTD - I I I . Green "" S ANTED--YOU TO A U classified column*. rnmsfc. i^ iK R V N T -- F C r s t s H I - f l i c h L ho uCN.f p i t -, H L street Vi c fald** 4 in- --BO TO \CT and w o r k in d r u s store J :. MOORfc- ISfcb f d 1 1 p | NT--I- M [ - itnd p i I n,m* I 00 I o t h u r Lr ! Snle A 1 pi d In ( l i n t if j n\ j J L 1 "W \VTED -- D L S H W A f a H V R A \ D t h i r d t r i c k cook it E . O J i t S F ^ L I ANT 4 m i r f i t r-i oo Phonra T\ T l^M KOt *F \ \ T Q N SH I- Boih 3m ir t WA VTPn--PTV F ouw I n q u i r e 160 " SIX rO C r a w f o r d T OR Ft! NT- O N I 1U SIKAlil I tor? room f rme U o u p l c d bv M ins t M u r p h j i n n n l i l O l f - \ l SML IV f l a l C f r o m Scoud ik un Pi^ --on ml ut^-J" u i k f r m strfCt a- at Old M id w M l l l h lUe mm rta. k f r j i n O ve =d il* t i\~ head v, c rk lir r*sf s three cc * ^ h*vr TV tfroti n «m^ 1 (i) i hint*- b n d i\ r iK. 1 i pJ iw ^ ai d rir o« hi l i t ! r i the car Mm Lf i I r D nlioT'd TPT n^ of A In u i d-r fJC ^0 to be O M 110 00 q x m o n t h to o' cood f c u n t \ K \ f n l^l n I R A i r ! Ov.cn drik \ \ K \ U \ d U c t i o n e f r ·^rnar id WANTED-- SECOND H A N D writer Cail Bell n R, or *" 98 W M o u n t JleaKti.nl 3 for genen.1 hou ·**··» ork Cedar a v e n u e after fi I* JfOXF iimff fnendiv T-YCC \ o cc ^ o u long- | * /S.VTEO--OIRU FOR housework A p p l j -to MllS j IF US 103 Jlaas a%-?nue i . W A N T L D -- M T D D L F for hanibermaid a B TAL PA-NT FOR J 1 NT--S) V [ N 1 r l c r t n r l i R h t RI t n d i vard 5 1 00 CoU ^0 TOR R F N T -- T ' R O N T second floor of I ) L n n ins Inqul-e of HAI 1 . ;M H Jl i n l r 1 OFFirCS ON t/vuns b u i l d D L S N Sjan tftl Iii i th u t h i b u u j HJ-- m tli r en Hi" t u i r 1 1 n p t · l i L t u* 1 , .1 n t M n H\ \ 1 18 i OT nil n r I r-o«* -Notice* H O I \ l t t I I t V \ \ ^ M 1 C H A I - L i t i ~ L L mj on i Jei" v J N u 1" "\Tarch M h I P ( I o (t\ r c T h r I 1 n n itierl L tnd i it*-* sul)po n i o r r r ^ t u n d N n i LI-C L l i e r f f o r ^ r in t h e t urt of Com ^ in co ir fv Pa. on f \ p r i l of -,-ud Court i « = \ v t r tl c 1 bet n d and One thing we mutt do is sa%e lood ai d one particular kind of foorl v,e inu-t save is flour. We are now facing a flour famine, and it is predicted by representatives of the United States Food Administration iliat -\MUim a short time this countrj -nill be out ot flour e itirelj The supply is getting lower e%erv daj The recent r u l i n g reouinng persons b u y i n g (lour to buy an eqna! amount of some substitute is being eu- foiced by all good lo\al merchants and the felloe w h o is not enforcing a is taking a great chance of being put out of business We h a \ e heard complaints from people of standing about this ruling the unfairness of it etc It is not unfair it is not unreasonable--it is absolutely necessary and von ma\ as ^ell accustom yourself to using flour substitutes because the real flour f a m i n e is coming Learn to eat bran bread oat meal bread corn bread, nee biead There are many combinations that make good bread We are having demonstrations at oui plants over the entire region daih teaching our people how- to use these substitute foods and have had remarkable success The foreign people are alright, thev take to this order cheerfullj The flour situation is critical people that are cuticis- ing do not kno-R the conditions evidentH and it is time to take warning Help win tbe v\ar ·3 tartre Department Stores, Located In Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. u h i v e v, h-v a di\ f n ) ( f m a t r l m n r sh rf f i 1J f h b e i l n n t t M I C 1 ^ S I HOTV A f t D Sh t II L M x r U i S 1015 TV \\T5-D~TO b u i l d nc or l^ \ I lumber \dd-f5S Courier Of D Id ks for e\ ery f r i e n d you know l l H of sccnrv ^ vou e a r n to :fe I", i I t I f \ntl telln o' j o v \nd us j u u run it From j sterdav back ^ ou f tnc) vu rr at h o m e onco more \nd sold«,n aeeni the letters black t n.t are to be columns o cr come W A N T E D -- B O ^ O\ S r 16 t O R «hop work s p l e n d i d o p p o r t u n i u to Jearn "i OLGH l^Lfc CTPIC R h P \ l f x . fr end that ^ ou are glad to see IMONTOIV^ A^» COV^iLLL^TILL! In tne proposed consolidation o( the Red Cross chapters of Fajette county the Uniontown Herald sees »L splendid opportunity for the peopU of Lmontoun and ( onnellsvillc to forget the petty jalousies tnvia 1 \wZit'tor me~*ten* Awfa^hati 1 · misunderstandings and mis^uitterl I \nd I sh-ii reach the other si cmc spmt that ha\e made difficult B ^ 0t ^/ ltl " I f" c J 1hcn ^ a \ c ff * n that pleasant relationship which f j ° 0 u^^in 1 " 00*01 Tn look^upon should eTist betwcer the two cities t The old nomo paper o v e TM there and al»o an inceati e to face about i * in the direction of imitml en it good ^ lelloTvsiiip understanding and pm ' T V N T E D -- M I N E R S "WANTED \\TIO i oop ngr j arc . ( u r f j f n g - for examinrt-tions to get the be-it m i n i n g book p u b l i a h e d Mln Ing- In a. N u t s h e l l b J VML.S "WARD LA.W Scottdale Pa. Price S* 1 'a Iti speecb is one ou u n d e r s t i n d It tellfs of g r i f f s hat ^ ou can share It brings ·vou in that foreign land. G-Hd meysairps to banish car Thert among ^c^nes and faces strinffe The old home japcr *eem« to be The i a i t h t u l Ir end thit doefn t change I-OP b VU -- n i l 1 1 plino p5O 3 con lit Vl-i 1 J-T1 K I M Ll I f » a r l t i -- f ra M t r n i. 1 1 n -, \ tcl W A N T P D -- T V I I P \ M A K T M I N 1C h u j ?10 00 suits imcU to me i ^ u r e $1 00 d o w n fii-Iarice « h e n 3 oti i eccl\ c *-ult \t Bishop · Sta^, Hotel room 31 all d t ard e v e n i n g to It I M O P SAULr--n. Marlctti r f s i d ^ - i f I n q u i r e MRS J i - j TrI State 646 1 i I \ E S\l u Jo! n s t o n U \ A U S D I . n i o n own I |)h i OH SALT PI \ N O \VD DA.A t *· port leather r ck 1 H hen c i b i n c t s t o \ e and ·=*,«! if, mach n i n q u i r e r !5 N o r t h P I t t s b u r f r "m ir i J 1 1 n**r \ t o r n o \ T T \ 1 I I 1 N 1 - UJ \ N I I 1 I I L I N t ) Lo in of (. mjimuii 1 le * L I i e t t c n U i "Nu 4" J e c ( . m b e t Term - M u I P h e r 1 n n U t 0 t h it t h e s u b [ M ! h ( n h fTi. j n IiK (.isc I i\ b en rt i n i n d N n t -n i n \ e n t u 3 u i i c i\ r o f o r f ( i u r r d (a -ipr»oar n th o u i t i t c nun n } lei of 1-aiett " ' u HI 1 i on th l ^ t M o n d a of \ p n f I L L C L I I t D S I V t- i i u til ^ i 111 I u d t. inpl nit Hi tt hert-in and I -ih c-tu-jO f iiv\ ·; ou !ii.\ i_ \i, li% i d i \ i o f i m t t bond*' h ild n q t b^. c r i n t o d il O \ L n am d IHOMA" S]j -ill bl cr ff ^ OtJlce 5rcc "WANTED--EXPF RIENC-t-D f ASH . Stnt, icr ind stenogr-apher f o r d e p a r t m e n t store Statr- aali-\ ^ anted and /rive reference w th tpphcat on n o\vn hand writing' Address X care Courier F O P ^ V - 191S p-iin 11 F--^ \ \ - l O N SIX 1 O U . R I N P orH 1 ! r in 00 i ik Ii r S\\ 1 T oo «1 IM t l n i r U * r f m*ir mon^ iJic libel anl s 1 H O W \ R P "SI rt-h 3 191S Sip l i n s J I i,b it chew lor Cotnrnenting upon tho proposiuon from tins and other points of new our neighborlv imentioned contem porary says We do not know ju*t whJ.t the senti rn^nt is among the merrbert. X n k m t o w n chapter egardin^ the at. i m North Stxtb. stVeet "West Side tlon of the tlicers o the loca.1 t h a p t e f expressed bv Mr Carr s offer but AJID O^rGRHOLT AfARKLL The funeral of Howard 0\ erholt ilUt was held je»terda afternoon o£ the at 2 o clock from the faiiilj illins Lo so on ·vv* Lre pt.rfet.tl record ii approi-ine, rno 1 *! heartily hit. u n i q u e proposal unc. t h e "pint whlct" ptQmpfart it Serv»* J x t f c e kcj-note off the ked- Cros- Lnd a u ^ h a merg;er u ouM pa.\ti the v.n\ for tli^.t k i n d of pfHcient s e r v i c e In h i t count good ^ ^^^ onhr co operation aid h a r m o n i gol j ^ ""* The be*t tntere*t* o f -- t h e J^ed Crosr- -and the work^w-hTch it should do arjyue "fo- the cffnffolMatioiL of all u n i t s Into one compact, h a r m o n i o u s ind efficient county chapter \ \ h u h ^ta o Red ro^i pfflcia.1? ara desirous 01 h n \ m s effect Rev G \V Bucknci ""·pastor of the Chnstian church officiating The sen- recfixe*"checv- "by" rcLjrn"""nVui Vi \M DT--PbLlABLE «Al«ESMAN for ,,?od b eadj position Call on C ar se« bto-cs 1* a/ Lories n this ten i r o r i Good pav for righi m a n M i l \\ \l KLI T \ M v ^ O x x K b M i l w a u k e e "W fsconsln D m a r l t * I-OR S \ l 1 --f VI C \ I N 1 ICI1C room h/us^ in 3 In 40-cl 0 I K Ul ttre^i "We^t c o I [iitrf 1 J South ·jiciith street Tri Stile 6 5 V*r f [ x IL.I * N ^-'cru* In tl f 1 l e i s f I i\t.t [Je e m b t r ^ -m The Sto-e that insists on fitting their Shoes coircctly Particula" people like our Shoes Thev re pleased with ot-r stvle selection and our methods in Itting A FAMILY SHOE STORE with Bette- Snoea--DetLcr '\alues--Bettej bcmce--for our customers satisfaction Call and sec some new Shoes W 1NTI D--\l \VTfc, salary ?24 '-ellnit- puaran eetl ho**ier\ to w e a r e r 50c in h o u r spare inn. Bijr ipn igr butinf*? 1 * r^pericnce unnecps sirj I N X T J R N A T I O N V L "MILTS N o r r st w n Pa Oinarlt* ·^ ANTED--OLD F VLSI TEL-IU. Don t matter iC broken I pay t* 00 to $15 00 per H u t faend b-v parcel post and FOR fa V] 1 --ijCOD H V N I ^ Y T O inch p o r j Ls U o r i n c nn k Tt 1 it,h f r present 1 r o p n s l t i n Call I U V N K \ TARH i O V I COMP V M Bell " I r i State 75 Da\\ ^tm in a i ^ t to Lundlord.s S. f O M A K E V ·specialty of collecting rent 1 ' lSt t tu s ivere attended by manj relatives and "rlends of tbo de cased The floral tribtnes \v et o numerous and ha.ndsom-' John F Ton puce Jaoies C Long Charles L "\\ork Harr M - Kurt? and "Walter DuH of Pietsburff were panbea"ers A7nong the out of town, persons attending the funeral -\\ere Di and Mrs Claude D Anderson and Robert "H Singer O F Pitts-burg Miss Irene Husband F V Tl 1C re is another rtwn wh th, Husbard and J. V Ovcrholt, ot Mount proposal of the local chapter to the (Pleasant Mr and "Nfrs C F Overholt Connellsvilic chapter ^ most commend f and Braest Overboil of bcottdale Mr and Mrs Cyrus Markle oC G-reens- MV/L.R, 2007 S F i f t h Street Philadel- p h i a Pa able Petty Jealou 10- t r i v i il miiun derstandlngs and m J ^ R u i d e d c i v i c spirit "havp made difficult tliat pleasant re latlonship i v h i c h "-h u l d i xist between the two cities T icre has been no common, bond no common cause to brln?: together the people and intor- e«st* of the t w o coiimumticT Such a bond iuch a cause s n o \ v afforded In pKcInz thenveH e^ on A p l a t f o r m of ab^oluteH disin ere^tp. unselfl^V pi t-io ic I n t e n t tbe 1 en officer h v e pr^^enrd th* one j i ~ chance for tho burg Roscoe Hough of lmionto%n John Blair, Ben blocum and John Armstrong of^Perryopohs The interment private MRS MARGARET E HENRY Mrs Margaret Ellen Henry, 50 year* old wife of Jerry Henr d ed yesterday at her home at McCoys Spring 5mar23t" .iND COL,OUL,O laborers for regular work N i n e hour clay time %ml one-half for o v e r t i m e Mil e twelvr hour«! MFMPUIS STUPL, CONSTRUCTION COMPAN\ Ol PI J V^- STJAANIA Grcensburs Pa * "\N"A.NTFD--VGENTS "\f \ r v T ElG profits ^ c l l f n j r our ex tracts porfuiucff cold creams face powders Hpic*s= medicines etc B e a u t i f u l hi^h gr-bde hue, 1* ·*« lu«i\ r t e r r i t o r v faanxplc soap tree 1 AGASSI AN CO Dept 9j St L.ouis Mo 9marlt* WANTED--ANT KIND OF PRLVT- Ini? whether it is a calling card, sa.it; bill or the finest engrtved. wedding invitation or innouncemenL We nrint n\ thing:--everrthinc"--do it promrtlr and do It r i f f h t - v C a l l the man at THA COtJRIER office Both phones 27 tf voclatlon and in w h i c h *£r peoples will have che n p p r r t u n i t } Cet b f t t e r i qn nn ed t ! *a.lt£ hov p r t t y and in'nffntii n u t h a v f h^eti (In incident*! w i n c h lia.\i n_, i d rt-ci i J~H I f n p l e u ^»nt ts^I ttto^s ant(- o sp«~--\vha ki- -t thiiii,-." in ) l u n in a -i H I o tUio fcv l i n k i n g fv*vr 1 jallic 1 * li ths. .greater l i x H l \\ f ^ W e ur i ouu tr In Thi* h o u r o t f*- I \ j a s tt v urW t u ^ t h ^ r \v c -ibafl j,» t b f t t n ic l»ilnt*l ^ i» ^hail put ittv re of nit t l flih "Je-lf Jn:o the work me* coi f qu^ntn- K«t n r v out of St to hi m t t r u a i pood f f t h e *aus^ and t ^ e wel br th*m It x "mf^htv fne the I ° clock from the familj residence with incerraen m Hill Gro\e cemeter'' "Deceased v\ as born m l"avette coun tv i daughier or Samuel ind Mar- £?atet "\ic.Co\ Ilei huband and one ·"·r RC-MT FOR REXT^rliREE^ICELY FUR- nished rooms for hpjht housckceninK with use of bath No chtld'-en 1217 Syc-wnore street 9rnarlt In tlaui^tiUi of Mrs Lelle Stills agon of Lmro'n tvenne underwent an op-tra- tion ar Si Joseph hospital FIttsburg ^c t jtprds aliri acrordinp to reports Of All Kinds PRINTING not tlie cheap kind but the good kind done here. TOR PAKTICULABS) [N R CARD to Jie bwjt Gcnpril Store o p p o r t u n i t y In Ta-^ette countj write u n.e to GL.OIt(-.C C MCCJT.L Danson P i n m r a t " c HI rs \ s i rr A At C o u r t of Common : urn-, 1 i \ n -m M To Leu M ^L -is i m d c n t ^ ou ire h o r t b v no t i l 1 li U tho s ibpotu i ai 1 ill L-, « u b | I f f n L in thi"? cise hfi've bt,en rcu pri "^ Ji t j \ Mitiis ciu iro I h e j L f o r c i n u i r ^ d t f t i p i ar m UK Co r t of ( o mon J 't is of Tn\ to counlv Pi on t h t 1 t Mnml iv of \ p i 1 of i?aid C r u r t \ f i 9 J i t o insw e r t h e J f b e l i l l c u p ! m l f i l e d L h c r p l n a i d sho-w C i i s if n j T,( n s i v t v. hi a d \ o r c e f r in l i e b o n d s o f m a t r i m o n v F i o u l d n o c i n prran o t the 1 j l l a n t al ova n i n L d i n O A I \ S T j H O W \RD Slieriff ^lierif! Ollic \ f i u h S 111 5 ? ro i s\Lr -- T W O each one Domcst ? $1000 I h «f ni it-hi scam enutl w i t h \ci'. im s o m ike com., -in 1 Lrv tli^ md be corMncoil Wnn ! M A C H T M CO ^ South Btroot Connellb^ i l l e a sisci i i '5 oo o f 1 oni. "V 1 ! h te t. ^ - \ \ i l L ^cw i- ^ ourbo f S! W \ G Mtti-bu t, A.T ONCE LBsOTYPD OPPRATOIl AT THE DA.ILY COllIUCR OFT-ICD fcood and 1 O! 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