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f AGE -FOUR. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1913, HEXRY P. SNTDBB, Founder and Editor, 1879-1911. THE COURIER COMPANY, Publisher*. K. M. President JAS. J. Sec'y and Trfiftsuror; Ettainoss JOHN I* ManitsinK EclUw. TVAIVTKR S. STIM5IEU City Editor. MISS LTKXE B. KINCEIA. Society Editor. MEMBER OF: Associated Press. Audit Bureau of Circulation, Fennnylvania Associated DaHtes. Two c*nM per copy* 69c per TnmtiU *"· »sr yt-ar by mail It palU In aiTWce. Entered as ,«recond class mottflr at the Boatofflco, ConnellflvUl«, Pa. FKIIUT EVBStSG, JUT 5, 191S. ·WILLIAM P. SHERMAN, Hospital Uoit U American Ei- peditlonary Forces, France. RAUH F. SLIGER, Company H. SI»tli Infantry. U. S. N. A.. Camp Lee. Petersburg. V». 1UCHAKI. GRENAI.OO, HAKOUD RICHBY, - Bittery B, Field Artillery. 2Sth : Division. U. S. N. Q. ULOYD-'B. COX. - Company ?, 3"* Engineers, U. · S. A.. Fort Myer. Va. "Member of Tie A»«ii-l«t«J ~ Tbe Associated Press 1» a*- ~-c!-Jsive!y entitled to the us« 'or -republloatlon at all news tlis- BiLtohes credited to it or not -"otherwise credited la tnls P«P«; and also the local news pubUauail herein. THK BOYS' MTTEKS AXD fOCK is the soldiers, who but recently -were care-free civilians in their SCT- eral home communities, have -approached nearer and nearer the firing lines, parents and others who are permitted to have access to the letters from the front, find a new note in «ihem. To the parents these letters are, in many instances, Iittre short o£ a. revelation, causing them to teel that they are just beginning to know their boy. After he -went away to the training camp, which opened up a new, novel and interesting; experience for him, his thoughts centeied upon t?ie new relation he hart assumed. His letters home were touched with a lightness and gayety which were the expression of bis thoughts as they wer. being stirred !y the incidents and events of his changed surroundings. N'ot until his period of tram ng was completed and he had reached an embarkation camp, and 3nal preparations were made to voyage fonh upon the Great Athemure. was there a change in t;ie tenor of the mssives sent homeward. Then, having realized for the first time, the £r:.ve seriousness of tho business upon which he had entered, the heart of the boy besan to open to things he n ^ e r before permuted it to express After he had reached France, and bad advanced rty successive b'.eps in his preparation to the point beHnd the lines whence the trenches are supported, the thought of death came more and more to hold perustently in his mind. Here at home and in the training camp, he, in common with others like him, had sought to conceal rather tl an to revea!, a side of hi e nature hi tie known »'.ven to his parents or companions. · "He could not talk about tl.e things he threshes out in secret," writes a soldier who spec-ks from a rich experience. "He doesn't tell you about "ils snuggles vi;h temptation. He'd altnoat bite his tongue off Lefore he would admit tnat somewhere deep inside of Ms heart or his nilud is an ideal that he is more or leis intent on realizing. "But when he thinks that he may die before he can do much a3out that ideal, he wants his mother aad father to know that at least he did nave one. Tha war may take your boy away Irom you-- but it will also reveal him to you. "When he feels that he may ;never liave another chance, after he has sealed his letter, to tell his mother that he loves her, he isn't going to let that chance go by. Over There in tha trenches, with, the thunder of the guns and the screech, of the shells, 3ie can, and will, talk to jou as he never did here at home." Having bared his heart in his let. ters to his parents, they should be fair to the boy and give him a glimpse of thcir_pwn. in return. Yes, more than a glimpse. Let your messages be so freighted with, sincere lovn and affection that they will be an uuction to his soxil in the trying hours that ·win come to him. No finer opportunity tas.eKer.como to you than "exists in writing brave and cheery, not doleful and dispiriting, letters to your son Over TheTe. -ir -through the fortunes of -war he is "wounded or -becomes ill, yonr ·woras ot^ hopefulness will sustain and strengthen him when all else fails. Should it be_b!s.portion to have his name inscribed ,on the Soli of Honor, which "wUl grow in length, as the war wears slowly to its encTyour home and his patriotic sacrifice will both be iancUftea by" the rantual exchange oC sacred confidences". This will be to you one of the compensations of war, whatever Its cost in heartaches, bereavement or sorrow. mg before the world, but the honor and standing of city and country alike are at stake, warns the Liberty Loan committee. All of ur, individuals., t-ommunilies, country at large, must do our best to make tho humiliation of Ithe Hun complete and lasting in this var. Tho fingrer of flutr points the way. The country cannot [ie a slacker! The city or hamlet or township cannot afford to be pilloried in that class. And you must not be. You cannot afford It for a matter of fifty dollars--fifty dollars which will be the safest invcslment you ever made in yout life. Be true to country and self. Buy your Liberty Bond. TVT KOSK HUT AMERICANS OX By Paulino Worth llnmiln. We have always been taught mat a chain is only as strong ,is :u weakest link, yet we continue to allow Germans to occupy positions of trust, and in consequence are having almost daily fires of suspicion origin and other peculiar things for which no one seems able to 'account. The argument put forth as a rtde is, "But nut a)l Germans are bad." Granted -- but we have pretty conclusive evidence that a great many of them are. Tell me this -- How many Americans- occupy positions of trust in Germany today? Lot the innocent be classed wHh the guilty, it is the only safe way. There are enough Americans to attend to America's business, and it is about time they were put on -the job! a?@©ssXiX£-«^iSx-ei^ Wnntvd "WANTED -- TOUR BAKBKRIMQ business RENDINE'S. tf "iVAiVTHu -- nisfnVASHEn AT M A N HATTAN CAFE. 29avrlf W A N T A V O L U H H CHAMBr.HMAID. Al'Pl.Y W A i N T I j n -- U 1 H W A S I 1 K U AT H. \VAXT l-;i -- G K X E J t A L rnrk. U!3 Snjiler atroot. IJCfL'SE 20upr..t* WANTKD-- COlO!tCD TV'AITBH TOUCH UOUSK RESTAURANT. WANTS D k i t c l i e n K i H ROOM. E X l ' l i U I K N C E D WEST FE.VX TEA Imay2t WANTED--BQVS A N D G I R L S OV.KR I P yours of !4£e. I'.iid wnne "learning CONNEI-.LSV1LLK S1LJ-C M1LU lliaprtfd WAN'TKD--WOMAN FOR Gtf.NEUAL, h o u s e w o r k A p p l y M-KJ?. C, J. AJt.M- STKQ.NG, at Yough House ronLauranL. 29aprtt Some ]ioople were missing 1 f r o m the throng fcC -visitors at Ited Crobs h e a d - uarters last n i ^ h t T\ ho w e r e also miss- Ins from the Liberty Loan parade These absences are becoming conspicuous and. in certain instances, just a trifle suspicious 1 WANTED--BOY OVER 16 YEARS to l e a r n h a r d w . i r o business. Address* · H A R D W A R E , " care Courier, WANT ISO--BRIGHT BOY OVKR 16 year.-: of a-Sf to learn job p r i n t i n g In- i iiuire JOB DUPArTMJSNT. Courier. (FLAG COUPON) H0»' TOD CAS GET A ftFLESDID FLAG FOB LH'TLB L All that is necetsary £or you to do ta ti clip the coupons and bring or spud thora to The Daily Courier oiQce with $1.49 and 'the beautifm Flag ^ yours. Description -- The flag In 8 te-ot long by 5 feet -wide; rainproof and sunproof American bunting -- abbolutcly fast colors. ££ripes »ew- pd, double HtHchcd.l Ha« atrong canvas heidmg-aod metal grommcnts. TliU Sx.' toot Flat? for 6 Coupons of CouaefcutlTe Dates and $1.49 Cash, Note- -- -1C ordered by Mall odd lOc fur packing aad. postage. CI.p THIS FLAG COUFOJT TODAY I and, with required casti for Flag Bend to F'ag Department THE DAILY COURIER 1291-2 "!, Crairford Ate-, CO^ELLSVJXLE, PX Name . Street or R. F. D. No Town , StateTM WANTED--AT ONCE. M K D I U 3i?.e bouse w ith cunvenicnctiiB, o apartnieotH, Call 71? e i t h e r phone u Bell 77. lni-15 It . M A Y O R JLAY t'O.HK TO biUi WILSOA'. |" VANTKD--FIP.KMAA. CALL coiv- XKIjUS"* ILrUfcJ WATER CO . J. L. S H i r t B V , Chief Jinjfineer, P u m p i n f f station. S m a y t f d "WAKTUU -- C I I O H L S -nuslcal comeil X p p l thoalre. G E O R G K Kfcl iv IN our wa · OJ- P I T pcS"*P . H J51HU, Add WP.1T1-; -on Pa The C?ar Union to H-II e x h i b i t s over t h e possibility th.T.t Connellsvi'.Ie ma lay violent hands on a liberty Ix3nn Honor Flap before It is "oflluially" declared a w i n n e r of on**, would be l a u g h able were it not t.o childish. G I 1 U U S FOR S may It* There IP but one reerret o v n r the decision or the "War Department to re- sum 5 clvtns addre^ u ea of men in the casualty lists. That is the regret thtit casualty list** are necessary. Wiho. we mode«£ly h^cr to I n f j u i r e . iy to maim:Un wd-tch and ward o\ cr the L i b e r t y H o n o r l-'jiig" which U n i n n t o w n haa "otllcially" not w o n ? T h a t Per-yopolis "uicid« very =i]cc M s f u i l y m t r o d u c c - d the * spurloy \ crsenki" method of self destruction B SUth Grade TupiL= W A N I K O - - M I D P I i K A G K U COLOH- r f J RIJ.H for su e.-j)um rar-4. 10 h o u r s h i f t . N i g h t t u r n Slesidy work. A p ply Mn~HttT Mechanic. \Vcsl I J enn R a i l - w a j s Shops. I m a y U WA.VTBP--MA^'HI.N'fHTS LATHK. pl.uicr and m i l l i n g niaohmc operaturs. Good «afi'" Steady o m p l o y m e n t . AMKRK'AN SAW MJ1A. M A C H 1 N K H Y CO., H a c k e t t i i t o w . n , X. J. ."maj'tt WANTKU--A T ONCE K X P W H - [ f e n c e d .sn.lewl.idy, must undTidand ai- [ ;i*rn.ttuns .i.n(3 f u r n i s h rcffronces. A|- , fly PKOPLKS' UJ-;PATlT.Mi:NT STOFtE, ^20 N o r t h i'lttsbu-jj si reel. 26.'prU \ WNTRD--OLD KAJ^SfJ TKETH. Don't m.Lttcr if broken. ! pay J'-.OO to 515 00 per set S^rM by p^rcej po^t j.nd r^ceivp chock by return mai! L .MAXKK, 2H07 South F i f t h gfeet. Philadelphia, Pa. llapr^3t" · W A N T B D -- T I ' U C K UH1A JUt. GOOD ·sober man. m u s t k t i o w how t o p.iok and han-dic household poo UP. tJood v* apes to rifcht p a r t Nom- other noed appl Ca.J at lO! Grape aJ]"y " m a y t f d F ' n i n n i a anil * t r n w h ; i t s T1J \I'.Li:s rnrGS. t 7 w West Craivforrl a v * - j i L i ( . ' u n m ' l l t Y i h\ Pa. r.(uvpr10L» THE rnrv^HKON STALMOX ni^n-c Sc»I L w i l l mn.Ke ' h f e n t i r e I F U I on i l i o J 1, P - i u f f farm, n e a r D u n b r f r . Keep* r, r l l J N R T f'KXCK A p p i o v . » d I h - o n -e No 22J, not roistered hut t - o n r d ·Hoi IcC, j LBTTKKS | on ill.- estate nf .Tanper Thom.is. l.n« J nf j ^ u n l i a r t o w n s h i p Kaj ol te c u i n i ' th/i t*ndi»rs!iT'ied. n u i l c e is hi r o i j cat.u** lo -ii--..«.·» i m m o d i iLo p a \ m r n i i 'h' 1 samt i ." priTM; · t T h in pr j ^ f i t\ ' C T t l O M A P \ i l m l i i l K t c u t o l i e J^iwrcncc O'N'oii, Jnrd mayor o f , The English class oC the Sixth grade in ihe Fourth ward school had f u r Dished iwo composi'ions on "How lo Be u Good American. Citizen," assigned lo u by Miss Myrtle Durst, teacber,. which show that the pupils of Con- nellsviHe's schools are early learning j ( the essentials of patriotism acid loy- , dlty. These compos lions, w b i c h follow, aie lie work of pupils aged 11 and 1- resjiccuii oly. fly Harold i:. Kc*.tar. You can be a gooci American cituca by lending j o u r money to ihe go\ern- ment. You. can do this by buying War SaIng Stamps or b n i n g Libert} Bonds. You can also donate money to the Red Crobb. You can save wheat and meat. If a man is me right j age he can be a goori American citizen by joining the Army. The women can work for int- Red Croas. 'Ihe children can save their nickels, pennies and dimts and buy War Sa^ngs Stamps. I am glad that I lire la ihe United States because it IB a free land. The t countries of Europe are war ravaged | by the murderous Germans. In Belgium the families were dm en from their homes to starve. France is bled white and England will be. It is up to us to hoJp. By Herbert JfiJU. To be a good American cHuen is to be loyal to your countr. .Enlist in the Army, Nary or the Marines. All three of these branches are needing men. Or If ou are a carpenter, mechanic or any other expert, enlist in shipbuilding. The government is needing men to build ships. It also needs' men to learn to fly. If you are a medical doctor enliht in the Medical Officers Reserve Corps. "Women may also enlisi as nurses in the American Ked Cross. Besides this there is ctiier work to do at home. The women and children can knit for the Red Cross and the Navy League. They can. sew and make bandages for the wounded soldiers. Or if you cannot do these things, buy Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps and buy them now. Help the government to buy ammunition, food, clotting and shelter for tbe soldiers in France. Anything to swat the Kaiser and help win the war. This is tho way- to be a good American citizen. WANTED--ANY K.IXO OP PRIXY- Inc, w h e t h e r t is a. c.iUli.u: card, sale bill or the finest engra.% cd w«d I n v i t a t i o n or a n n o u n c e m e n t . We print anj-thin^--everjlMn*;--do J: p r o m p t l y and do it rip-ht. C.ill the man at TJ.IIS COVR1KR office Both phoncn. 27-t( "·.VAN'TKO--\. N t M B K F t OF 3TKONG y o i i n c m e n t J a r n t f i t * p h o n e line f ' ] ; N T R A I j P l P T H H ' T T K l . l . P H O N K r O . M P A X Y S ( . m e . , fifth floor Tr.Ic ,L Trust b u l i n t t i f . ' , C n n n M l s v i i l o . Pa S j p r - f o d - i w f f k H K F T A T K OH" L i l U V 1NM H \ T T t K T A " i J 1 CTO. / l i l t f J u ; t b . i r !JH R f - h f O K iotu- co'iniy, ]'f nnsy1\ nnitv, d- t-f.ts- od L e t t e r s of ulmbi n i n n o n · n t n « .ibovti n'lined e m a ! " h a . n i K b t f - n i r r n . n i - f d t o t h e u n d e r p i n n e d , n o i i c ? i s h t - r r n \ K l v c n LO all ])e r '»on»t In tie b l e d f '-aid Dublin, who mny come in the Vmtod » A tatp 10 make tntrm-dtat*- p.o'ment.. ! States 10 present Ireland's case on j and t o ihosf having i,jn.ims .isain^t - h e conscription to President Wilson. i ».tmc to present tin-, proper \ a u - "·--'tlcated for .*"n rm#nt A^F".V- BASLLOXE. A d m i n . t irate,- i * ( . n . v i l l e Pa .}. K J R K H K N M - ' U /U- iorn^y. 5 . t p r t i t - f r . 'wtU- FOR 8 A L K -- a liOOSL JIOUSK. . j location, pnvoti s t r i c t and Bldewa-lk i Pantry, bath a n d two po-chea. Hot air 'heat- Address "D. J" care Courier. S'-tlo'-l p r o n i - M ^ w U' he rec«" f .1 -u , / O m i y - t f C th*- oJlK-t; nf \ n d t c ^ f f n . · , . - . \ r i ) i i . , _ t c ^ t , 70 f I- i's.1 \ itic.n.it B tf.ix H u i ' f i - i p l . t n A t w o f t r u l y ' fih,' f o u r ( l\ *cj(it")^ 13. *'Ia* !5 "". ^"°r .ii" A ' u - r - wl i ' J . U . n i l UK i n ! ia- .'.u h 1 Le L t - i c boys at the from feel the grip of LriencIJy hands across uic sea; that'means Liberty Bonds J l e J p your favorite f u n d ard double your patriotic ·work by buying more Liberty Bonds. for women, misses, and i h i J d r e n . There is an attractive lot of especially made dresses, blouses, ami other sons of garments for misses and chil- drpii. Styles especially made for youthful people, styles sturdy enough to stand inconsiderate uses, yet fine enough to appeal to young girls' *aste. There is a great line of underwear for women, misses, and children: there is an extraordinary line of hosiery, corsets, gloves, and part;cu]ar attention is called TO our attractive stocks of ribbons and the very moderate prices. You can not afford to m ss the May special bargains at our stores. 3 Large Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. W A N T E D -- F I K P . BOSS A T n\i K in u ·*[ be f(tltc - TM i.« m J n · cJo.M t it J'ltt'-rhi.irif, opf r ' t . " : i l i n e * t i r i . - n i . i ! - e c t i . i'.ij, f 6 nfl f .[ 8 hourn w o 1 , A p p ! a Sm Lh 11"!)'--, i o r , n * i l ' n nl.-. I'IL . ' j n t i S: t -i.r(!i a: e , .iO P M , ci K i \ " j. l d r u - H . L C - I ' l S V O I ' U . A 1ni.iy:t* · WANTED-- \Ol*.N*n T\ t i M C N W I T H one j e'ir t hi? 1 ! ichool c t i u c a t i^n or equivalent, t i tr.vn 1-4 nu-s* 1 ^ in i t . r O^lo ValU'v Ho^ntlal. s*t*MitM'n\ i,\v, Orlo. "\Ve p VP thr^*» o«ri' ih^rom-h r o u rse of s · v d y a r ri t ra! n t n K ^ · ncr'ibbfng R e m u n » T a t i o n t o c o % r r f x - punscs- H^.^ c a co-r.fort itil^ N u r s e s ' Home apart f r o m :he hof-pi:.il 2 ? . t p r G t ' WANTICI»~-WK AIII: OI-'F':P,;N«.; thf atrf ·* "f 1^ n n i i -(o, for K r t v f t r n f n f « n t work aid r e i j u l a r ro-nmoro 1 L| J l n f Our factfi-y "pprai^a sit (J.Tt-i per week. In t h r * e o ' t f h i - h o u r " h i f i e "Whno I^arnmir oporation" wo p.iy you ^r»o per h o u r , plu.i I 1 ) per cent b o n u s on a l t ivaccrf for 3-"ndy attendance, mmpyied in w e e k l y pt rinds. A f t e r l e a r n i n g ' h o w n r k , which t a k » K f r o m on« 'o t i x wc"ks. you aro a h t c f t oarn f r n m J.T to J6 per day and better. T\V ^ a v a a r r n u f r f n R - I ^ P i J n r t m c n r , w h l c J i n-i ! ft 1 ?- ?ist our applicants In ttei-JrhiK ' . o u « » s and rooma .it t h e lowest r.xtos. Wo aldn nned a litre* 1 n u m b e r Pf f r i r ' ^ , ages 21 to 35, for steady, profitable factory e m p l o y m e n t PhysicM p - t a m f nation r « q u i r a r t . A p p l y in pei-aon or communicate « i t h F'wtory Kmplay- mPTtt OfTicp T J T K OOODYB \ R T T R K RL'BSRR COMPANY, Akron, O h i o 2 5 a p r l 2 t r hwu ·»· 5" r i 1 ( l r - \ n, I t . i , met- .mo A5. s\,h' ' r e n t i ' r . f f {!,- ° '1' r r y " bnck ini'i h ^ i i o o , irui-d c i n d U J o n . S1-;' 1 -I'.v n . b l l - ci.m mo.- i n n o n l h l s [ i v tn. n i - 5-f. 00 a | ilu- Sevt n r i m f n - u - ^ "n '.'! i- c \ ^ n u r . ' l » r s w i t h h t . t \ ltr-T( 't p . i \ . ' l n t r e e i , E^"0 per ' rio-* n. ha I i-c" :n m»'«f i ) ; l«.i mrr,;-- f £ , ^ i . 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A or I / M 1 l i u U f n n H i w n r « ' if 111 M r "-d to t ^ i r d ' W i n . - sirrr-- . i p p r o t t i n \-li-lj S , ?s ltd floor Str.it ford · X j i . k r ' n ) - t i t . nr \K- j of sanitarj s « o r and l , ~ - o fot-t of irLCfmnn H .^ *" ^ t . L i i ^ r , I r n . i y S t - - o t n r m R"v,*r on " ] t t t l « u - K -f - l , nN., . ; ~' n.pproxlma.tt^y 3,?ro c'.blc ^ i r d a «rj.il- \ o i l re, in^ T.OArt =qutire j ,i-(I° p.i v i r f r , I ?S2 ^^___^ .--^~^^~ .^, ^~- ^ l i n e n ) for t v.'urMnp t n d H7 l i n - il ff e ^ · E C C V S T O V K ' M . ' C A V I N O l ' A R I - O R ' bn^V ing 1 . I - he u 1 "fl n pa\ j»«- ? v c a H r i n t i your J'i ii*ui im' h t r i ^ v h i t i t " ni^'e P t r p c t f r i ' m W r o u l a w n a\ ^;me t n , i ' H A / l J . O ' » M ·· s ] 7 f ^ e--t * r i w ford f M i c K h ^ n y . In th*« H u n u ^ h i f S . M I . I I , v \ o n u p . t ' o n n * U 1 -'. u! I'-' l i n t j i T ^ * f'onn* !!«*% .!, r ' t ' n n s \ - i \ ini.t. MI aci . r . - t · . ;··-- · · · ' --s.'j aT" w l i h p i a n s anil ^ p i c . t U ' L t .n 1 - on 1 Oiicitintr . fl!o In tho -tOlcr n 1 " J H o w a r d H f i i ( I * » r - ' ~^rrTir\Tc; A.N r^i-.u.i.h.xr or- [ f o - J a t ' R m k BuiWjr!r. ' cAn».'Ti\irL" ( i p o r t n n i t y f"" " "·' rs *' v o'irc: i n o n , I S ( r e n n y l v a n i i I , i-e.T-r^ or rv-T. nt, ass sta.ii K in t h * Parjrff fint] «" W ^ r n j : ^ tJd"- sheul.i h. ' I operatitifr d e p a r t m e n t nf t r i e m a i n ( separate ' p o w «r p l a n t A d d r e s s in ;i.'-,on or , The r i p h t i" r c s p ^ v u d u r c i . ,ini by l e t t e r L, M H A N K 1 I P ' N . Superin- n n fl a 11 bid" I l . l - S N A l ' A * V T \ _ 1 , \ tend en t We it J V n n 1'ow .r L'l.int. P K R , r , ( r' n i I ' m i n c ' l . Sn t l i « M i * !ls- I T ' S footwear that ·women Lelicve in. as v-c have for 3u jear.-,, ii" you bn iheni. Kver\tl3U)g jjow that's good is here for \oui iug. Black, White, Grey ard Drown. Shoes--Pumps--Oxfords By *W«U Muoo. pon jif:.v3 bed rooms. Apply 107 East I-'iurvH- avenue. ."Oaprol" FOR KENT--TWO I N F f l t N I S J r i E and one f u r n i s h e d room ^ P p f j '-'· Ka#L Peach. J ^ m « \ .il* 1 .\ottcc. TH'-; CON.VIJl.I-SVIl '.K S'KW SH«'- ond H i n d r u r n iu"u ' ' n i n p . u i v . Su.tur- rt.iv. .if.ij (. w i l l i t p e n w i t h ,L c i m p l c t c J i i p n t "ifv. a n d s i _ u n d b l i n d f u r n i t u r e -m )i ri" n r - V M !x !· d r t ^^crs- I j - j u . t case 1 -, d i r mi; ' ooni t i b i ^ s Mid c h a i r . S.irrfrn i"-' 1 . KU--^ i » 1K--- and rij.1 s t o \ ts. k i t f l i t 1 cabinn-,. d '-i i *- ui .1.11 f'imis, ' i.ino itid \ '.·'trul t U.i ^(u h I i t t s - l \dinlnlxtrm.tor'H of Kt-al FOR RKNT--POi;U ROOM HUl'SJC, E,l*tt Murphy, f 13 UO m o n t h , larff** I L - L N i n e -o(im house. So.ith C o n n e i l B v i l l r . good c o n d i t i o n , 5 I S 00 m o n t h JOSI^i'U A. MASON. Second N a t i o n a l B a n k b u i l d i n g . hr.ayCt VOT Sale. FOR SALE--SO CHICKS. .--OCR weeks old. B L. HENDEHSuN', Co.u]- b r o o k . ^Oa.pr3t Jsssil 3''ilf .ir A. C l u e a L FOR S M i E -- T W O GOOD H K A \ Y P O T K te.i.m.H Both phones J. t.'. U13T- j A DISMAL J)AT. THE FlMiER OF DUTY POINTS. Every man in America today Js in the spotlight. Jrip is .standing Jjefore the bar of conscience. He is being tried in. the balance. The ayes of his counto* are upon him. Aud a benso of his responsibility should be. AH that he is, all that ne has, he owes to his couiurj. Much of both he . owes to his eUy, Persona 1 pride aad pride In locality aud com try should tspur him to his utmost efforts in bc- ·half of both right now. For not only his honor, his stand- An ice cold, rain is falling 1 , it's mixed with aleet. the ipttmJst is .callinc, "Tb4a raJn will save the whoa.t!" Then I forget the v ca-ther, and smile from ear to ear. And craok my b«els losecher, and raise a lu*iy cheer. It rainstxrnwf. blooming-, bleeding, with sru«tH of sleet and snow, w.ll i briwr t3ie wlioat we're needing:, why, let -Jif- moisture flow. I never can bo doleful, I alwaya must be ffy. In gloomy mood and fioulful I'd Hke to spend a day; 1 wish I might he swabbing: frorn my tut checks the tar», but ·when 1 start my sabblaj- ine o-ptltaiist appears. He laughs at my repining^ with scornful laugrh and loud, and sho^ws the silver lining* that i feature* every cloud. Tho war sorne- f timn« seemB jjattlnff the only poat I o*-n; I yield ntysHf to frot-tioR and; put j u« r j u J t f t a prroan; and whllf I shed the briny, and, trot out doubts and fears, . i ^ l t h features bright tuid shiny the op-! ; tiinbrt u-ppfutre. He nun a hundred rea=- I i on a wtiy I should wear « t=nille: he ! , ffhows thai doubts are trft-iA-irta, and { fetra ara out of style. So d.rm In arm iva teetef, a reuben a»d n iilck, a«d » ' swea.r this Ufa Is »w^6ter t h a n taffv on i FOB under this head. and cheao. Thoy are elTectlva FOR SAU1£--BROWN* R E I J D CART good as np\v. .110 South E f ^ h t l i b t r o e t , West S.de Second floor I m a y U d I NO TDH-; I OK SKLFISILYI^SS. ! Tiioro II he L n v o f nou^'i for inonel 1 svhen t h e buy.-, cun.t, liurae fro-m \Vu can d i n e ai^Lin on h o n e y \vjicn the r^iH-'s iriwn danger Ii .-e There 11 be tinu 1 enough ,01 p l e a « j r t » when t h e \ i e t o r y is w r j n . Thna pnouRli ID zihce trcaeure whpn o u - h t . i v '.aili. is don" 1 , But ric^lit no'v we must ho l v i n g w.th a M n K . p i'-' 1 " Sn \ i t - x v . AH t\ e have ^*« i n u ^ t he i^ivinK to tho work we VIAC in tUi FOR SALE--AT A BARGAIN OP- | pcrman'fl Pool Tloom in Second National ere'll h e t i m e f o p ] 1 ibo-r In t h « FRED SMITH R. GOLD- · "9apr6t i saber and ; dried all mothers' FOfi SALE--S. T WHITE LRQHOR.V baby chicks. 12 cent 1 ; 3it H a t r h l n g eggs d--d e n r l i n i ? hens* G W N K W COMER. ConnollBVlIle, Pa., R. D 1 3ma 3t* FOR SAIjF--FARM OF 220 ACRES about 1 m i l e f r o m Brownsville, near brick road, underlaid w i t h small v o t r i of coal and valuable limestone, f r o n t - ing' on Mononerahcia river and railroad; brick d w e l l i n g house; Htrram of m o u n t a i n "vr-tftr; s p l e n d i d property for stock r u t H i n f f or farming, w i t h (Irfit- clfls market for ffardor. p r n d u c t w , ad- j.leant to B r o w n a v l l l e city l!*nlta and town lot ]) an; ov/ner enffaered !n o t h e r business a n d offcr-f a. ba"(raln- prioe ?10P par JUT*?, on K-oori terms. J OON- ALD POP.TER. P. O. Eoi 572. Con- iiellsvllle Ps. 2 Q a p r t f ' ' IT^ierr''! 'IP time fur selfis'i ·« iv H K when I these days of strife art p n s L 1 And t * e old Klatr s pr- u d l j w a v i u p o'er r a peace tint's rrrnf'o £.0 |,-u«*t. i But "oday oil" lioys r,pe flying- Tor a Now*-* t h e liTnp fo-r s e W - f i p r injr ^ e rnuat all be soiciiers, too. , There'll be L i r r c f n o i i f r h Cor l a u g h t e r , wi.er the bova art home a g a i n , WP rap r^ach t ' i o p - n l s \ s e r p a f t e r t Tvhen the b u I i e t s --ense to r-iin "\S*r» can se^k n t i r soltl^h p ' f a s u r c , Wo ran trc-.i'j our ·setls'h w a y ? j And ctin fill wUh g-old o-ir measu"e We .\a" trejic 1 o n ' c m r r the c'over IHI- f f e r pearo'ijl *.k!es of bl :G But ui'til the war is over TC'VP a s i n g l e task to do J o h n M ('ore A t Lor i j BY VIKTUIS or \.\' u : t i K K tji- nn: O r p h a n s ' t ' o u r t of I \ i y e t t c cm; 1 :! i Ui undcr«*lK:n. d A d t n i n i s t n t t o i of t h o cs- f.no i,f A u j n d a P ; i r K h j l dn-. i^t'd w i l . niter -u I ' u b l u Su.le on Int; i r . n i - . iBo-i ihe h t i i T j f s t p id t.£ tlu d ^ f f i ^ d ot, S a t u i U : i ,M t t t i h . UO P ai J L ol .v i, P. M. S.ild propf r i j is J e ^ t i i h i d iia f a l l o w ' B o g i n n i t i R . n W a ' r . u t ^ t r t - t t , L^rner of l o t fru lb Idcjjct" l\ lifi .No as. uin i h i i n d i o i l lifly f'M L lo l.iml t o i m e t 1.. . t A .1 t i l l - tliftUi.i. b\ SMIII« t i v - t : uid b v "a i' t. 'c M u u i l i d .mil t u t \ f i *-t Lo \ \ ' a l n u - t ' r e c t { l i m n . b M a l n . i t - i r o e L S I M \ ami l l i r t j v - f o u r t h ^ .t to t i n p fie i. nf ht fi En n i rig- L*«ni£..uti(nB one-fourth of .in an e IIMM t; or If-J'- and b e i n p let N o "( 'n plaji of i - i e \ i l l a K C f now lju rough' of \".i'id.rl)iH j .LJ, ii.id out by \ V U I L u n I I Specr- 1 'I'll u re i e. c r t ^ d on bani lot a s u b - j v t . i r t i . n l t \ \ o b t o r y bi\ : ooin f r - i m c l rtw e l l i n g 1 h o i i ' ·' u n e ^-'on rooni .ind | b a . K e r y and fr.me btab.i- i 1 orms f jC Sale --T'-n IK r c»nt down | on d a j of s.iIP b a l a n c e of tine-third o'i r o n l r m i l ic i of ^ a ) r , c J i t - t i u r d in six m o n t h s . ,ind t h e rLrr.^mtng- o n e - t h i r d i n one } p.)r f r i m t - o n f i r n i a t l o n of naif T u t t\s o - t h i r d ? u r p . u d to bt- secured b j mortpra^e on the p r i m i s e t hear ins nx pf - cen' intcrcsL payable as t h e p r ^ v r o e n t h m a t u r e iin] c y n t a i n - inpr insurance '·tifJJcient to co\c- tJ)t, u n p a i d re ma in UP r. Deed ro be m a d p nn confirmation of sale and p a j m c n t s of t ^ c one-tlii-d of purchase money and s e c u r i n g the re- mAinlng' two-thirds' ai nfa-OF:dd at w h i c h t i m e posses M on is l' he given, subject to lease or premises. Pm 'lego , of po-yinFT a l l cash do-wn nn c o n f i r m a - ' tion R-ivcn. IZOBCRT McBUHNlCT, . I A d m i n i p t r a t o r P O. 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