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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 12, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVXLLE, PA. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918. lg jmrter. HBCKT P. SXTDBB, Fonnfer lad Editor. H79-H1*. JAA J. DRISCOtL. f t l f j and TllM»t«t. Busl=«» JOHN L. QANS, WAUTSR Cltjr I4HOT. IfiaC I/THTCE B. KINCBUi, goetoUr Editor. MTOCBBR OPt AMoclate* PTMO. Borau o CtTcuUltom. Two emu Mr copy. M« P»' month; II KT 7«*r by nail It paid In ad-ranc*. ·stand MM Meond elitu matter at tti« Pa. iTHmwi, APBH, 12, MIS. S«-rvic« P. SHERMAN. Hospital Tinlt I*. Amorlcaii £1- P*ditio»ai7 Forcas, France. · RALPH P. SL-IGER, CoBwany.H. JUth Inlantry. U. 3. N. A, .Camp L»e, P»t«r«burr, Va. Tb« Aaaoetated :Pre»s ,!· *»*· elttflYAly «nUU*d totb« l»« for r*»vMlcation of an nwM dia- * patch** erodltad to It or not otfccrwlM crvdlud In U paper and also tb« local nowa publiahed WANTJBEf -- YOUR BABKBSIZfG tf rlclc, having- loft my bed and board without Just provocation, I hereby give notice tbat I will not be responsible for any d«bta of Her conraettng. WARNE WARRICK, Dunbar, Pa. 2 9 roar 31-f riday s one*. ARLINGTON HOTEL. 10*prSt WANTED--DI3H WASHER, APPLY SMITH HOUSE. - - I 12apr2t _ WANTED--QIRL8 FOR FACTORY work. Appry TRI-STAIE CANDY CO. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ARE lieroby notlfl«d that they are permitted to uend patients to the County Home onljr after an investigation by one oC "the membersJor the Board of Directors of the Poor and House of Employment. By Order of the Board. E. E. DAVI- SOM, President; W H. RANK3N, Sec- retftry. 20opr3t WANTBD--CARPENTER WORK BY first c*ss carptnter. Cull Bell phone 12apr2t WANTED--GIRL FOR OENERAL housework. 201 ·- Hom««cad ^ -avenue. Seottdale, Pa. i Il»*r3t WANTED--FIVE. SIX OR SBYKN room modern house. Addreas MRS LEO O, care Courier. 6apr7t' WANTED--ELEVATOR EOT. SttiST be 18 years of a*e. Apply KOBACK- 10apr3t .WANTED -- AN EXPERIENCED kitchen sirl. Apply WEST PENN TEA ROOM. 10apr2ld WANTED--DTSHWASHER AT ONCE. Apply CONEY ISLAND LUNCH. Tri- St»te phone 544. 9apr4t» WANTED--SECOND HAND TYPE writez. Call Bell 13-R. or Tri-Stat« 98-W, Mount Pleasant. Mfebtf WANTED--SECOND TRICK COOK. Wages $7 00 per week. CUPPS* RESTAURANT, Water street. - llapr«t WANTED---DISH WASHBR WAGES j £ 0 0 per week CUPPS RESTAURANT, Water street llapr* WANTED,-- CHAMBERMAID AT once Wases *5 00 per week. CUPPS' RESTAURANT, Water street llaprfit 4 BILLIONS FOB. DEFEXSE. -,, Gradually the evidence has accumulated until the conclusion is no longer that the Kaiser's war Uas coniempl;ed the complete sub- : tton of Europe and then a visit to f America .for tlie purpose of levyln , uf«n us the cost of tae world con, flfct. Por America alone would have ' loft the ability to pay, we are reminded by the liberty loan Committee. .Fifty billion dollars was the mod- e«t.little price which the Kaiser had piaaned to collect from us. Five hundred dollars for every man, woman and child in the country. How muck would that have meant for your family? And of course that vrould have been the smallest pan of the tremendous price we would have had to pay in lire* and money. For Uncle Sam would hare fought until the last drop of blood before he would have submitted to any such demand.' But if the Kaiser's hordes had finally orenun the co\mtry there would have been but one course left for us. We should have had to pay. Whaa one looks back- over the history of this horrific conflict to date; how the Huns .pillaged poor little unprepared Belgium; hcnr they stripped weak little half starved Serbia; how they ran amuck through Roumama and Poland, and how they devastated those portions of France from which they have been thrust back, all the red blood in one's body boils at the picture. And one* they were triumphant in Axnftxica we could hope for no better fate. We should have to pay their price --those who are left, Away back yonder vrhen the nation was young a patriotic American, voiced the sentiment that still is dominant, "Millions for defense, but not a cent for tribute,** he declared. Let it guide us now. If Liberty Bonds can thwart the Kaiser's plans; if the?" can bring hope again into stricken Europe and insure a»fety for the firesides of America; if they can save Democracy and revive a faltering civilization, why then BRING ON THE BONDS'. WANTED--BOYS AND GIRIiS OVER XC years of ape. Paid while learning CONNEI*LSVII*I*E SILJC MILL. 12aprtfd WANTED--EXPERIENCED MAID. Reference required, grood ·n-ag'ea rlg-ht party. Call 515 Irfmclcs avenue, Scott dale. Til llaprtf WANTED--YOUNG LADY WITH some experience for store work. Apply 153 East Crawford avenue, llaprSt "WANTED--TEST AND TJIOUSER maker and seamstress Apply H. J. BOSLETT, 182 South Plttsburg street. llaprSL* WANTED--YARD CLKR.K, 18 TEARS or over Apply GENERAL YARDMASTER'S OFFICE, B O. R. R. lOaprit WANTED--GIRL FOR GENERAL housework, ffood wages. Apply H. L. CARPENTISR,' BIO South Pittsburp street laprtfd " WNTED--OHD FALSE TEETH. Don't matter If broken. I pay S2.00 to MS 00 per set. Send by parcel post and receive check by return mall L. MAZCR, 2007 South Fifth street Philadelphia, Pa. Ilapr23t WANTED--ANY KIND OF iner, whether it is a call In c card, osile bill or the finest engraved Invitation or announcement. We prinl anything:--everything--do It promCt'y and do it rlffhL Call the man at THE COURIER office Both, phone*, 27-tt WANTED--A NUMBER OF STRONG younfi: men to learn telephone line work. Good -wages to start and rapid advancement Apply In person at CENTRAL, DISTRICT TELEPHONE COMPANY'S office, fifth'floor Title Trust buildinp. Connellsrille, Pa 3apr-eod-4we«k3 FOR RENT--TWO FURNISHED BED rooms 107 East Fairvlew avenue. Notice. A4Mtnl»tr*ti-Lx'» Notice. H. D. Leonard, Athtorney. JJ.STATE OF MARGARET ANN Kvrn, deceased, late of the borough of South Conn*lUville, Pa. Letters of *d minifttratlon on the estate of above decedent having" been granted to the unders-cned, notice is hereby given to the persons indebted to the sahl estate to niaku immediate payment, and those having claims .Against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement, GEOR- KERN SHIPLEY, Adminis- tratrix, C T. A , Postofllce South Con- ncllsMlle, Pa. laprSt-mon LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the estate of Jasper Thomas, lato of Dunbar township, Fayettd county. Pa., deceased, having been granted to the undersigned. notic« Is hereby given to all persons indebted lo said estate to make immediate payment and to those hitvinff ola-ims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. GEORGE C. THOMAS, Dickcrson Run, Pa '12 mar 6 -fr I Kent Kutmte John M. Core, Attorney. BY VIRTUS OF AN ORDER OF THE Orphans' Court of Fayctte c o u n t y the undersigned Adnunlsrtrator of the estate of Amanda Parkhill, deceased, \vlll offer at Public Stle on the premises the homestead of the deceased on Saturday .May 4th, 1318, at a o clock p. M. Saiil property is described as follows: Beginning on W-alnut street, corner of lot No. 18;'thence by lot No. 18, one hundred fifty teet to land formerl of A. J Hill; thence by same sixty a.nd three-fourth feet to lot No 2.J; thence by same one hundred and f i f t y feet to Walnut street, thence by Walnut street sixty and three-fourth feet to the place of beginning, containing one-fourth of an acre more or less, and being lot No. 20 In plan o£ tho village (now borough* of VandcrblH a* laid out by William H. Spocrs. There is erectod on said lot a sub- st3tntio-l two story six room frame dwelling 1 house, one store room and bakery and framo stable. Terms of Sale.--Ten per cent down on day of sale, balance of one-third on confirmation of sakt one-third in six months, and the remaining 1 ono- thlrd In one year from confirmation of sale The two-thirds unpaid to be secured by mortgage on the premises bearing six per cent Interest payable as th« payments mature and containing 1 Insurance Fmfuciont to cover the unpaid remainder Deed to be made on confirmation of sale and payments of the one-third of purchase money and securing the re- nw-ining tw o-lhlrda o.s aforesaid at which time possession Is to be gl\en, subject to lease on premises Prl\ liege of paying all cash do-wn on confirmation given ROBERT McBCRXEY. Administrator. P. O. Vanderbllt. Pa. 12apr4t-triflay FOR RENT--STORE ROOM. 505 West Crawford avenue GEORGE A. MARKLE. 12aprtfd FOR RENT--FRONT OFFICES ON second floor of Dunn Evana build- in ff Inquire of HAJRRY DUNN. Sja-n-tfrt FOR RENT--THREE FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. 23G East Apple street 10apr3t" FOR RENT--FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 307 East Crawford l laprtfd The Brownsville anil Point Marlon chapters of the Red Cross evidently prefer b_ins drafted Instead of volunteering for places ii the county merger. Connellsvllle is edging close to the million dollar mark on Liberty Bund allotments. i, To date only one graduate of The Courier has attained the rank of lieutenant colonel Opportunity is all that is needed to swell the list. Boost Ing Dawson's Liberty Loan quota was but the signal for the pa- friots doT*n there to boost just a little harder; and they are *-ti!l boosting. l.v- It is a grossly Inadeiuate law that permits of fio heavier penalty than two yean and four months in the workhouse for a scoundrel who de- frauits the mother of a soldier Are you doing all you can every day to help win the war? "When the JIous* puts the finish ing touohftH on the sedition law there is coing- to oe a very general suspension of the pro-German business in this country, or a very large increase in the jail populations. Don't let the boys with Pershing^da all the "over the top"" stunts. Get Into practice yourself I n ' t h e liberty Loan campaign, then you,will be in trim for the Red Cross drive nt^ct month. Who said the Am c revd to flfirht?" leans were "too . to Contractors. SE ALEjD BLDsvflLi BE RE CETV ed untit 7 00 P. M» May 6, 1918, for turn lah Ing- all the labor, tooib and material necessary to construct the following: , Approximately M58 ff-et of sanitary sewer, and 1.459 feet 01* storm sewef on Vine and Painter streets; approxl- m»t«ly 1.000 feet of storm sewer on Wine street, approilma. el 3,398 laet ot sanitary sewer, and 1.7J5 f«"et of storm s*wer on PUtsburg street, also Approximately 3,900 cubic yards grading. 7.000 square yards paving: 4,953 lineal feet curbing:, and 317 linr-il feet backing 1 ,., to be used in paving Srca- mor« st"e*t from Wood.ln.vrn. avenue to All*ch«ny. In the Borough of Sjuth Conn«ll5% lile, Pennsylvaiiia. In accordance- with plans »nd specifications on Al« In tho office of J. He-ward Header- von, BoroUfTli Engineer Second Xa.- tlonal Banlc Bn'Mlnff, ConnedavUte, - and sowerc* Mds should be ffht is reserved to reject any jtnd all bids. GLENN" A. CADWALLADER, Clerk of Council, S^uth Connells- Tllle, Pa. apr5-12-lS-2S-may-3 FOR KENT--HOUSE. SOUTH SIDE, Jl* per month. STANTON* S1PI2. Both phones llaprZt FOR SALJ3--FURNITURE. MRS. A. S. PItOBST. 127 Sast Falrview. lOapr-tt FOR SALE--INCUBATOR, INQUIRE of MRS M L COUGHENOUR, 502 East Murphy avenue. llaprSt FOR SALE--GOOD HALL PUMP OR compressor cheap. A TAYLOR CO, No. 211 South Broad-way, Scottdale, Pa. AT ONCE TWO LINOTYPE OPERATORS AT THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE COAL FRONTAGE OUTLET FOR 1,600 ACRES OR MORE; A VERY LOW YEARLY MINIMUM AT 10 CENTS PER TON, FREE SURFACE FOR HOUSES, CLEAN COAL AND ON" H. R. READY FOR IMMEDIATE DEVELOPMENT. ADDRESS COAL PROSPECTOR, 266 MAIN.ST, WESTON, W. VA. FOR SALD--GROCERY AND MEAT market at invoice, or will sell fixtures Separate EDWARD EAEIL, 306 East Crawford avenue. 12apr3t' FOR SALE--TWO TON ACKE truck In g-ood condition See Mc- CKEARY MOTOR CAR CO , East Crawford avenue HaprJH FOR SALE OR TRADE--TWO GOOD fresh cows, also three other good milk cows. Apply HARRY HETZEL. 501 West Cntwford avenue, West SI3e. Uapr2t FOR SALE--60 ACRE FARM, 8 room house w i t h bath, arood spring water, larpe barn; one-half mile from borouirh limits, for $7,500. on terma to suit purchaser. K. F DeWJTT, Bell phone 29S-J. Scottdale, Pa. FOR SALS--O.VE TEAM BLACK cob hor«es Weight 1,000 poujids each; grood workers. Price ?100 for team One brown horse, weight 1,100 pounds Good all round horse, price J50. STAR JUNCTION LIVERY STABLE, Star Junction, lOaprSt FOR SALE--A TKACT OF TIMBER and coa! land, situate in Wharton township, Fayette county, Pennsylvania. The coal is the Freeport vein Inquire of the undersigned as to terms, price, etc. CHARLES C, MITCHELL, Administrator Annie Adams Estate, Connellsville. Va. fiaprfi't FOR SALE--CHEAPEST AND MOST convenient building low for workmen .nd otheri City water, natusaf gae, electric lig~ht trolley 'service price* range front 150 to ?JOO, but niovtly range around 5200 Inquire while the) ast at the office of THE CONNELLS- VILLB EXTEKSION COMPANi, Th« i?ourl«r BuiUJinir ConDellaiiH* Pa. LOCAL SALESMEN. Never was there such a demand for silver as there ia today. We have a sliver mine-Ita proven--we have the ore-lots of It. "We want high grade men to sell stock for our company for the SOLE purpose of raiting money to build a MILL to mill this wonderful'lot of ore that can be seen on the d u m p The erovernment wants silver and so does everybody else. If you have the pep--g-enuine g-in- ffer--you can earn ?100 and more a week. You must act quick. Wire, p h o n e ^ write Mr. B. O. YOUN'G, 443 Union Arcade, Pittsburg, Pa. For Sale FOUR LOTS FRONTING ON FIRST STREET, SOUTH CON- NBI.LSVILLE, NEAR HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. THESE LOTS WILL BE SOLD REASONABLE TO CLOSE ESTATE MRS. M^iEY R PHILLIPS, DUBOIS, PA. MORE FEWER FR V U PON inward quality, i-atker than outward frills, trie man who dresses in good taste always insists--and today more than ever .... Absolute simplicity o£ line and the elegance-the quiet bur- unmistakable 1 elegance--of all-wool materials smartly cut and tailored sturdily through and through .... To see what we mean try on a suit of Kirschbaum Clothes - ' - $20 to $40 HORNER CO. Are Good It's footwear that -women believe in, as we have for Zt) years, if you buy them. Everything new that's good is here for your choosing. Black, White, Grey and Brown. Shoes--Pumps--Oxfords YOUGH TRUST COMPANY Buy Your TodayI ESTATE OF GIOVANNI BATTISTA Dl Picrro, ls.te, of Dunbar township, PajJ-ette county, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of administration on the above namei estate having- been granted to the underBifrneo!. notice Is "hereby Siv*n to all persons Indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, j and to those having claims against t h e , same to present them, properly au-1 thentlcated .for settlement. ALPON-! SO BASILOKE. Administrator, Con- nellsviUe. Pa. J. KIRK RENNEK, Attorney. 5apr6t-fri KEEP TOUR ON LAND OR SEA. LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACK, WHITE, TAN, DARK B R O W N OR OX-BLOOD SHOES. PRESERVE THE LEATHER. Thi F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS. LIMITED, BUFFALO, N. Y

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