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PAGS FOUH. · - · - THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, HAY 4, ISIS. (tarter. P. -SNYDEB, Founder and Editor. 1879-191t. · ; TIIH COURIER COMPACT, Publisher*. K. M. SNTDER, President. JAS. J ; -DRISCOUU Sec'y and Treasurer. Business Manager. :- JOHN L. CANS. ATanaginB Edlipi-. = · WALTER S. STIMMEb. * City Editor. ; ; .MISS LYNNB' * " Society 'Editor. · MEMBER OF: Associated Press, Audit Eureau ot Circulation, Pennsylvania Associated Dallies. Two cents per copy, -SOc per montft: $5 per year by mall If _ paid la advance. Entered as second class matter at the jjostofflce, ConnellsvlHe, Fa. SATURDAY EYE5ISG, 31AI 4, I01S. vrhea wo turn in oar money to -Uncle Sam to use tor a. while, taking a Liberty Bond as a receipt. Tho Importance JHes in the fact tliat it, too, Is u gesture o£ confidence, of unity, of devotion so the cause, of realization that Jt is tho cause of each of us. Otheriviso it! might as well be raised by taxation. It Is a gesture that Germany will noi fail to see and understand. It is a gesture that is going to make us a more united and a, better people than we ever have" been before. FOR SALS-- S. ITE LEGHORN baby chicks, 12 cents each. Hatching GKffs, and yearling: liens*. G. W. NEWCOMER. ConnollnvlHe, Pa., R. D. 1. 3may3L* FOR bile. SALK--OVERLAND AUT r u n n i r i K o r d e r ; t w o your -wants. C. H. BIRD, Addlson, Pa., 26aprI2t" JCEYSTONK CLi^A-KING PAIILOH. Bring 1 y o u r Pan/urni and straw hats to with car. nu:er and t o u r l n p . - A m d r u f L - ! CHARLBS _ COCUS. 170 West C r a w f o r d eel ami w i l l sol! Cor S-i'S before Tues- I riven uo, ConnellsvilIe,,Pa. 3may33t» Cull S3S-R. Beli phone, 4 may It* FOR SALU--ONE FORD. KORM-A truck. »no Aomo t r u c k , ono 11)17 Konl tourintr, ono 1918 Oakland roa.dst.or, sovcr;il srecoml hand cars at a b;\rp:itn. OAKLAND SERVICE STATION', 216218 JSverson a v e n u e , Scottdalo, I'a. ·1 may It -- YOUR RTENDINE'S. BARBUIUNG tt WANTED--,DISHWASHEK AT B. O. RESTAURANT. SmaySl WANTED--COLORJiD WAITER AT YOUGH HOUSJi RESTAURANT. FOR SALK--OXK ACUM AND 52 perches of IMUsburfr vtin of coal and U Vjt acre? oC stumpg and ribs nnd 1 ncrc more or less a d j o i n i n g p a t n o w i t h 1 *£ n c r o p s t u m p s and r i b s w i t h i n l'0 m i n u t e n d r i v o by t r u n k or f r e i g h t st:i- i tion s-hlinff ;tll tho war on a b r i r k rond. for $5,000. 1C. K DeTVITT. Bell p o n u 259-J, Scottilale, - i m a y l t leading f r o m GiHcaple towards Brownsville in Washington Township. Fay- IF IN NEED OF PIT POSTS WRITE e t t a County, Pennsylvania, the asphalt " " "" ~ ~~ to be- applied w i t h an approved type of pressure d i s t r i b u t o r . All .pernoriH . s u b m i t t i n g p r o p o s a l s must f i l e w i t h t h o C o u n t y Road a n d EJrlcise E n g i n e e r t h r e e days bel'oro the date o£ closing bids, a one q u a r t samp'.e of (he material to he used together w i t h a certlficAto of soui-ce or oripir. and a n a l y y l a . i Proposals and specifications can be secured at tho offlce of \ the County. Road and Bridge Engineer, O o u r l House. U n i o n town. Pennsylvania, for I tfte sum of five (SC.00) Dollars per set. J3Cach proposal must be accorr.p-nnleil j bt a certified check drawn on a bank In P e n n s y l v a n i a squ;il to ten per cent O0/jj o' the a m o u n t of the proposal. i T h o r i g h t to rfjcct. n n y or all b i d s is expressly rcsnrved. HARKY K 3 R I N G ER, Controller. 2 7 a p r 3 t - s a t Opcnini HAVE AN KXCELLL.ENT OP- port u n i t y for savora] yoiing- men. 38 years or ov«r. as assist ants in the operating d e p a r t m e n t or the m a i n power plant, AkJdresy In person, or - - · ANKUSON, Superin- by letter L. R. I tondont West Counel'isvillo. ean. Power THK CONNI3LLSV1LLE NEW SEC- ond Hand F u r n i t u r e Company, Satur- Tfce Courier's Service Fin P. SHERMAN, Hospital Unit L, American Ex- pedUionarv Forces, Fi ance. RALPH P. SLICE 1'v. Company H. 3l3tli Intanlry. U. S. N. A.. Cam:? Lee. Peteriburjr. Va. M1CRAKL ORENAI.DO. HAROLD RICHEY, Battery B, Field Artillery. 28th Division, U. S. N. G. LLOYD B. COX. Company F, 37th Engineers, U. S. A., Fort Styer, Va. - WANTED -- A.N r K X P K K I K . V C K D kitchen girl. Apply WEST PENX TEA BOOM. Ii7iay2t WANTED--WOfUC AS W A I T E R OH dishwasher. Address IRVIN L A Y M A N . R. J. ", Box 330. -lmay2t« WANTED--BOYS AN'D GIRLS OVER 16 years of afire. PaTd w h i l e 1'iarnine- CONNELLSV1LLE SILK MILL 12aprtfd FOR SALE--FARM OF 2-o ACRES about 1 mil a f r o m B r o w n s v i l l e , near brick road, u n d e r l a i d w i t h b-mall vein of coaJ a n d - valuable Jiinestone, fronting or. Mononf^ahela river and railroad; brick d w e l l i n g - house; stream of m o u n t a i n water; splendid property for stock raising or farming 1 , w i t h drat- ' at a class markot for garden products, ad- j L h c jacent to ."Brownsville city limits and town lot pl:vn; owner encased in other b u s t ness and offers a bargain; price J100 per acre, on g-ood terms. J. DON- A1-.D rORTBB. P. O. Box 672. Conn e l l a v i l i e , I"a. 2Qaprtftl 4, will o p e n jw and sfccon brass beds, d i n i n g room tables and chair, hose, ffas rang-esi und coa! stoves, k i t c h e n cabinets, dishus oC all kinds, p i a n o " and victrola, ]23 South Pitta- b u r p street. 3may2t lint; of such a casea, Notiee. Member of The A»»oclnt The Associated Press Is ex : _. clusively entitled to the usa fcn:-- republicatlon oC ail n«ws dlsi", patches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thin paper and also the local news published herein- · "WANTED--WOMAN FOR G E N E R A L housework. A p p l y MRS. C. J. AKJ.E- STflONG, at Y o u g h Houiie restaurant. ·R* ANT ED--BOY O V K R 10 Y B A U S o ' L t a r n h a r d w a r e busincs,-?. -%ddrc^a ·HA11DWAR.K," care Courier. 3may2t R I G H T BOY OVKR I B ·years of ap;e to learn job printing, lu- quire" JOE DEPARTMENT, Courier. 16anr-tf LOST--THURSDAY MQUNING A pparl car hob w i t h amethyst drop. Reward If r e t u r n e d to KubacUers' store. tler I S H K R H B Y GIVtfX T H A T ing- of t h e a t o u k h o l d e r u of K o u i t Co;il . Coke Company, a poration cm:i.U'd a n d organized un- tlie laws of the st;iie ot' West Virg i n i a , held at Dirr.Uar, Pa., on the 25th day of A p r i l . 1918, the f o l l o w i n g reso- l u t i o n s were a d o p t e d : R t j r f o l v e d . That, w h e r e a s the assets of the corporation have besn convert- ,, .. ed i n t o cash ant] negotiable securities, \ w i t h Notice. THi; P E t t C H K O X STALLION BLACK .Scott i v j j ] ni.iKc tho e n t i r e season on the J. I.. P i i u l l f:irrn, n e a r Junh;i.r. Keeper. ]IK.--:ilY t ' K N C M . Approved llcenao No. 2 J 2 , n e t registered but sound. WANTED--AT size house a p a r t m e n t s . w i t h Call ' ONCE. MKDIIT.M j c o n v e n i e n c e s , o r ' -17 e i t h e r p h o n e or I m a y t f - ·\VANTBD -- FIl XKLLSVILLE SHtliEY*. Chtc-£ station. ' \VA.XTK ! "That bunch oi · men can put : anything across; they frave created a solidarity of effort in this - city that c»n go oVer anything." ': This seut;Tnent, expressed by Judge j-Reppcrt . ]ist night. In his willing, 'hearts and: enthusiastic admiration ot ·whac tho Liberty Bond boosting tdams ot Connellsville have accomplished in -exceeding our -district's quota, ..explains with clearness and exactness i The reasons for the success of the cam- i 'paign, While previous Tefforts of this character have demonstrated ;hc effectiveness and,value of team work and united effort, th'e Third Liberty Bond drive has so far surpassed all earlier concerted movements in point of things accomplished and unanimity of spirit displayed by the workers, ihat they | are justly entitled lo the ilne disiinc- j tioir, Judge Reppert so happily con ferried upon thorn. The campaign was e Uered upon, j both by the directing tnd working '· tif " e salary tKMAX, CALL. CONA T K R CO., J. L. Engineer, P u m p i n g - Sir.aytfd -MALE « over C L H K K S 16 yra.ru. AN'D J n - qUir« I S a y t m o r e " Ohio M A S T E R MR- CHANIC'S O l t l c f . .' 4m:i'it FOR -S \LP:-- TA\ n O S I N G K U S AT JS.Ort; f j ) i e r rfrop hojid inachf.-re.s- flft.Qi) and up. f a l l n.nd see t h e m , every ma- c h i n e f r u a r a n t r e d in p e r f e c t c o n c l l t i n n . t .. \ V K I T K P K W I X G M A C H I N E CO.. 129 | V i r g i n i a , and d u l i v South P t t t s b u r g street, C o n n e l l s v i l l e . W A I T E D -- M l DILK AGKD COLOR- ed nuin f o r swuopin^- car.s. 10 h o u r shift. N l s n t t u r n . Steady w o r k . A p p l y il,-i5ter .Mechanic, West P c n n Jlriil- \vays iahops. 1 may-it WANTED--MACHINISTS, LATHI-:, pljLiu-r and iriillinK r.i-'iuiilne operators. ttcod vairup. S t f i c l j - emploj-m'.-nt. A M K I I I O A N SAW 11.1LL. M A C H I N K I t Y f -"f'" K.ickt-jwiown, N'. J. 3may4t W A X T E U -- AT ie-nced salyalady. " ONCE. K X P K R must u n d e r s t a n d ai- \atlce. TUK SCJIOOLi D J J t E C T O I l S OF Bnil.skin l o w n s t i i p w i l l meet nt K e l l s School I l t . i i f s e on May 1C, 1913. at 6 o'clock P. M.. to r e c e i v e h i d ? for f f i i i t i o n e r y R u p p l i e ? f « i r t h e e n s \ i i n p school term. J. M. K E K F E R . S ^ R r e L u r y . the ' H o u l t Oo»J A C^ke Company, corporation created and organized u n - dor the J a w s of the H t a t e of West V l r ! Kin in,, h e r e b y d i s c o n t i n u e business as I n. "corporation and siirrtindor to sn'iA ' atnle its c h a r t e r ;irnl c n r p o r n t e f a n - chises; t h a t the hoard oC directors clis- c h n r g p n.IT 'h* corpor.-ttlon'f 1 de!)ts a n d l i n b i l i t i e s and tlu-rfitipon. a f t o r ptibiicn- t i o n ft( nrtlc.-.i J-oiiuired by law d i v i d e the rcmiindur pro rnta among thc stock- hold errr. Resolved Further. That, thc Fresl- deni ol tliis corporation cause notice of a d o p t i o n of t h e s e resolutions to ba a d v e r t i s e d cm«e a week for four » u r - ccsnivo w c n k r I n a. newspaper putiH.ili- i;d, and oC p p n n r a f c i r c u l a t i o n , near t h e p r i n c i p a l o f l t c c of i h j a c o r p o r a t i o n ; n,nd t h a t h o c e r t i f y these r e s o l u t i o n ; ! tho S e c r e t a r y o* thc Statt* n* West t h o r o w i t h a p u b - lisher's c e r t i f i c a t e oC publication of these reaolutoiiK. G i v e n u n d e r m y h a n d t h i s 25th d a y of A p r i l . I f f l S . A. Jr. N'EMON. President of raid C o r p o r a t i o n . Attest: V. D. XT3MOX, secretary. 27apHt-sat SEAL13D PE-OPOSAXiS WlI^Ij BB R K , _ l v e d by tho Controller ot Fayette .nd f u r n i t u r e 1 Coun'.y, Pennsylvania, at hia office in dresscrsr. book I the Court' House, C r U o n t o w n , Pa., un- t f l two o'clock P. M., Friday, May 24, 1DI8, at which lime they will be p u b - licly opened and read in t h o ofllce of the C o u n t y Commissioners, for f u r n i s h - ing and a p p l y i n g si sty-live h u n d r e d ( G 5 0 0 ) gallons of asphalt on t h e road leading 1 f r o m the Borough l i n o of Fayette C i t y to lhe bridR-e over the P. L. 13, Railroad t r a c k s t o w a r d s Wiok- h a v o n in W-ashlnt'ion T o w n s h i p . Fay. ette C o u n t y . Pennsylvania, the asphalt to bo applic'i v.-kh an approver! type oi ppessurc d i s t r i b u t o r . AH persons s u b m i t t in K" proposal 9 .-nust f i l e w i t h the C o u n t y Road and B r i d p c E n g i n e e r t h r ^ e tl:iyn heTorc the d u t y of closing; bids, a o n « q u a r t s?aniple of the m a t e r i a l t o be u^ed together t.''?rlitlcate of source or o r i g i n and aunly.siH. socured at t h e office of t h ' j C o u n t y Hoad and B r i d g e "Enprtnoer, Court HOUKO, U n l o n t o w T t . P e n n s y l v a n i a , fnr Llie sum of five ( 5 5 . 0 0 ) Dollars per net. Each proposal m u s t be accompanied by a certified check d r a w n on ,1 h a n k I n F e n n r . y l v u n i a e q u a l to ton per cant (10/j£) of Lhe a m o u n t of the proposal. The r i j r h t lo reject any cr all b i d s IP e x p r n p s l y reserved. H A R R Y K I H I K G RR, Conirnllcr. 2 V a p r 2 t - s a t N o l l t ^ to ContmcloD*. ll' Y O U A R E UXAI1LE TO W O R K on the I n f - i d c or ilo h n r d l a b u r o u s work, \ a n d arc i i - o k i n p for a position on tho j o u t f - i d i * \ v h e r e the w o r k in l i g h t arid ' pleasant w i t h n chance of r a p i d prom o t i o n , I can place y o u , p r o v i d i n g v o u f u r n i s h SftALBD PROPOSALS WILL UK UB- c e i v e d hy lhe Con troll a r oC F a y e t t e C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a , at hiu ortico I n the Court House. U n i o n t o w n , Pa-, u n - til t w o o'clock P. M., Friday, May '^. 131$, :IL w j i k - h t i m e they u ' i i j bt pub- j " n *j l l u l y opt-nud u n d read in the olBw of C o u n t y (.'fimirjjsHjoni'rs, Cor f u r n i s h - t h o u s a n d SEALED PROPOSALS W I I . U BE RE- calved by the C o n t r o l l e r of Fnyettf C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a , at h i w office in the Court House, U n i o n t o w n , Pa., u n - til two o'clock P. M.. F r i d a y . M a y 2-f. 1918, at \rhlch t i m e t h o y w i l l bo pub- i l c J y o p e n e d and road in the o(Hc« of the County CemmlsRlonera, f^ f u r n i s h ' I n p and applying ten t h o u s a n d (100^0) g-allonB of asphalt on the ros,d b e t w e e n Broad Ford and Owenstlalo in Upper T y r o n e Township, Fayette C o u n t y . P e n n s y l v a n i a , .the asphalt to he applied w i t h an approved typo of pressure dist r i b u t o r . A l l persons f U b m i t M n g - proposalB must flle wlih ih« C o u n t y Roml nurl Hrtdgf* 1'jnptiiflcr t h r e e d ^ y s h e f o r c the !nte of tlosingr bids, a one quart san-.plo ith a c e r t i f i c a t e of sourc« or o r i g i n lyiila. L u ' r n i s h - r c f f r c n c e s . A p - ! Addrcs *f "SALKSMAX." The Courier. ply PfJOPLICS' WKPAKTWK.VT STOUE, 220 N o r t h 1'ittshurg street. 2tiaprtf WNTED--OLD FALS13 TBETH. Don't matter if broken. I pay J2.00 to Slc.OO P'-r sol. Send by parcel post at;d r e c e i v e check by r e t u r n mail. L. MAiSKR, iijOT South Fifth street. Phila- dt-lphiji. Pa. llapr-St* 'J may 31 and. a p p l y i n g u i j f h t three h u n d r e d ( S 2 0 P ) .·uiphalt on t n e r o u d le.adlni; from the N a t i o n a l P i k e at Se-:iriffht to H e r b e r t Works in M-:na![on T o w n a h f p , Fayette C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a , the asphalt to be a p p I i e t l witlt y n approved typo of proposals Propo«alR and spec!filiation3 can be secured st the office of thn C o u n t y Road and - Bridge Engineer, Court ! Ilousv, b'niontnwn, P e n n s y l v a n i a . Tor thc sum ot nv« (S5.001 Dcllarn per a c t . Each proposal HIUPL be accompanied by a certified check drawn on a bank In P e n r s y l v a n l a equal to ten per cent (10%) of the a m o u n t of the proposal. The r i f f h t lo reject any or n.1] bids is res-ervod. H A R R Y KIS1NG- j ER, Controller. 27a.prSt-sat ^VAXTED--TiiUCK nillVFR. GOOU i I J i f c l n w . Ufc-asod. and Mary L. Mci b e r man. nrjst k n o w hew to pack ] Chi in. Bc-ila Rigelmv. Joseph V i c t o r td h a n d l e h n u n e l i o l d g n n d r . Good { R i e r l o w and II. W. ni^elow. nitce;" a^es to r i n n t p a r t y . N o n e o t h e r need j and n c p l i c u - y ' a m i nc.\t of kin of J o h n ^ply, Call at 103 Or ape aJlt-y. : JJ. U f s r e i f w , dPCf-nscd, To 3i«rj p Ij. 2 m a y t f d SrcCJnin, Bella Bij_-elow. Joseph v'ictor Bic-plow. H, W, Bj^elow: Notice is W A N T B W -- V O M E X WANTKD F T ' L U j hereby f.iven t h a t iherfi h a a boon Is- suod a w r i t of Sclrc K a c l a h to r e v i v e lhe teams. i sicry .vf:,irer, no! t i n]C . B\i_ thought or purpose other than, to make ! u:;r.ecyFsary. ixt . * N jrnsftt^vn, I'a. tae :most creditable shoeing for our district and to bring as largo a number of persons as possible into under- an IK. spare a Jui3jrm«nt of Mary V. D o n n h o noo.fi Hmi!*c, Ill's s u r ISaeh hy a c In I'ciJi f 1 V' r ) The : of j TV ANTED--LAIIGK M AXfFACTUH- er wants representatives t;j »e)l shirts, . underwear, hosiery. . . i j. , . . ,. ! skirts, direct to homes. W r i t e for Creci sending contact, with (nc imperative ; Mmptes . MADISON MILLS, soj Broad. KR. lw find sp^ci/lcctlons cK.tr b at llio o(Hcc of th* Counts* and Bridge TCnffincor, C o u r t U n i o n t o w n . Pennsylvania, f o r it five J 5 .10) Dollars per set. p f o r » » a l must lu* accompanied *r titled check drawn on a b a n k s y l v a n i a e n u a t to ten per c e n t of tho a m o u n t of thc proposal. - l p h t t.n rej'.'c*. a n v or all bids is ly rfworvcc- 1IAHIIT KISIXG- n t r o l l e r . 27apr3t.-sat neds of our country in the present crisis. A spirit of generous rivalry vris engendered between the teams merely as a spur to greater effort uppa the part of the indiridnal workers, and not to selfishly gain honors fa'-which, all could not :;harc. ·way. Ncvr York City. W A N T E D -- A N Y K I N D OK I»Rl.-.'t ! - · L1J inij, whether it is a c.illir.pr card. « a i e j T ; . o ' c ' T ' bill or the Hnest engraved weddinK ' " invitation or aunouncftm^nt. We print anything--every thing--do it prompt. 1 .? Mary L. McClaln. a r t m t n l ? t r a t r l x t h e e s t a t e of J o h n E-r. B i s e l o w , d.-- cetiBi'd. n,i Is'o. 28S M a r c h Term, X!*1S. Jn thfl Crtiirt o! Common Ple.iff nf Pare t t e c o u n t y , Pcnna,. a n d to c o n t i n u e SBAI^KD PROPOSAtiS WILL BE UK Ute l i « u of the snmo against the roal ] colved by t h e C o n t r o l l e r of K n y e t t u estate of said J o h n H. Biprolow, d e - j C o u n t y . P e n n s y l v a n i a , at his ofllcc in ccaitod. n n d I* « h o w caune w h y th- -, the Court House, 1 ' n l o n t o w n . Pa,, un- p U i l n i i f r should not h a v e j u d g m e n t ! Ul two o'«-lci;k P. M., Friday. May 21. and e x e c u t i o n against said real rmate ' 1018. at w h i c h t l m . j th«y w i l l be p :md mill d * r n d n n t s : writ r « * t u r n a b J R j Holy npcm-: and n«ad lii the o f f l TM · t h o Hrpl M o n d a y of .Tun... 1318. ; the'Cotinty Cnmmls: Notice to ContraHor*. SKAT-ED PROPOSALS WI^L- HE RIC- ceivud by Lh« ConLrollor of F u y e t t e Co'inty, Pr-nnByivanla. a t h i s ortlce ir, th'5 C o u r t House, U n l o n t o w n . Pa,, until two o'clock P. M.. Friday. May 2-i. 1958, a : w h i c h t i m e t h e y w i n be p u b l i c l y o p f n r - Q and rr-ad in t h e ofllrc of the C o t t n t y Ccimrn'tKRiotirrH. for thc con- u t r u c t i o n of f o u r h u n d r e d t w « m y - f l v ^ ( 4 2 5 ) H u e a l f e r t of road i n t'onnell:*- vlllc T o w n s h i p at Broad Ford, Payctt*- C o u n t y , P e n n p y t r a n i a , w i t h concrete c o m b i n a t i o n f o u n d a t i o n and c u r b ani pToutod brick TV oar ing: surfac". proposal. 1 -* and F n e c i f i c a t i o r . ^ secured p.t the.- office f{ t f i e C o u n t y Roitl and Brldp-e 'Engineer. Court House, U n i o n t o w n , Pennsylvania, for the sum of five dollars US.00) per Pft. Each proposal must, he accompanied ( hy a certified check dmvrn on a b a n k b- ; In P e n n s y l v a n i a p q u a l to tt»n por c e n t f't i ( i ( l r / r ) n( the a m o u n t of lhe proposal. TS. for f u r n i s h - -- ' ' ' j P!an:. pro for th« abo and do it r COURIER Call thc maJi a.L TIT Both phones. 27-tJ WAKTJCD--KJRE UOSri AT ONCB. I must bu sober. This mii-e clo.so to nnal results of t:ie drive were ; i-ittsburpr; o p e r a t i o n " t h r . c y«ars; small - : i:cf.ion. Pay TG.OO for X hours' ·work. A p p l y at Smith H.use, C o n n e i l s v i l l c . I'a.. u n t i l Saturday at 5..10 P. M.. or tfive address. l-OtJIS VODII.A.- early forecast, but tie certainty that the-quota would be es-'eeded served rather to impel the c^rnpai^r-ers to re.S?ub,te their efforts ia the closing days. The winning o[ il:e Honor Flag, arid passing- of the quo^a by so large THOS. I,. HOWARD, Sheriff. j |n«r and apr-20-27-may-4 · (1SOO) * app!vine- ·» of eighteen asphalt on h u n ] red the road ( f X p RR res c ''ly retforved. onlroil«r. t M R R Y 27ar KISI.VG- REGISTER AND CLERK'S NOTICE The? f o l i n w l n s r cxccuttjrrr. a d m i n i s t r a t o r s , puardian.-; and trustees IKIVR s e t t l e d t h e i r respectivp ticro-Tits in ·.nico n f tlio R.-pi^.t-T nnct (Mi»rk of O r p h a n s i ' » u r t and the eamo w i l l bo p r f i f i e n l f t d for c o n f i r m a t i c n io lhe Or- 9 i.tiurt nf K a y c - i t o C u u n i y at Lhe C u u r t M O I I K O . U n i o n t o w n , Pa., . « O . \ U A V , JU.MS 3, 1O1S. ·WANT12D--HOISTING K N G L N E E H on man !?hu.Ft. Steady w o r k . M u s t h« rffthor. K i n e place U.i livr;. No sir.ike, , U miles f r o m IMttaburs 1 . .Position a marsia, was therefore the legitimate j now ready. Are winin:,' tn brcr.k in h a n d y man f~-r t^.in jot. pver -'-- 'and" deserving fruits o:' the joint er- forts and Hearty cooperation of the solicitors, aided by thr interest ami wQSmsness of the people Qf.lhc district to do their part--many- to the liiSllof their ability. ·Chairman Norton, Director General N5rrls, the executive committee, tho Address P.'ltsburtf, Pa. Box 724. 4 may 21* team captains and the privates in Lhe" TV .\NTJ2D -- -WE ARK OFFERING steady c s n p l o y r p p n t to mo,n, b e t w e e n thc atfea of IS and 15; for p u v e r T i m u n t work and reyuiar 'cnmmerciu.1 Jincs. Our fact dry operate a six day a i»er week. In t h r o f i e i ^ h t - l i o u r tthifis. While l e a r n ins opt rations wu p.ty yon 37-c per hour, piiiK 10 ppr cent bonus ou all wnpes f o r steady attendance, c o m p u t e d ^V. Ta 2--Ci-ort -fnd February 23. . . - - '. . F e b r u a r y . . 2H, 5--John II. H c n s h a w . . . 1--M;irparct C u n n l n p r h a r n 7 -- \ V l l l l n m A l b e r t U r i i u K i n 8--X.mh B. M i l l e r 0--M. V. Whetwel 1 0 -- J u l i u s K e n n i n g , . . W J U i j i m K I I . Binna. A d / n i n i a t r a t o r . . A l f r e d M. X n i ^ t H , A c i t n i n i a L r a t u r ,, P. liufano. A d m i n i s t r a t o r . .· . . D o r a H'.il. A d m i n i s t r a t r i x . . A n n a il. H c n s h a w . H u r r y . H e n n h a w a n r l P o r t e r G. Hen- shu-w. A d m i n i s t r a t o r s . . K . B. H ' j i f . E x e c u t o r ,. . S t e p h e n B r l n d l i n m i r , A d m i n i s t r a t o r f Sabra S. J U l i c r , A d m i n i s t r a t r i x Graver "VVutiftjl. E x e c u t o r 131S 1315 1 Si 1S ft HU A p r i ] :5, 1018 .. M a r c h 7. 1 3 1 S Wtirch J 5 . I f l l S . - A p r i l 17. 1915 . . . March S. IStlK j 11--Mary in weekly periods. A f t o r l e a r n i n g t h e wrk, w h i c h takes f r o m o t i c to six no It-ss than Uie people who I \vv-ks, you arc able LO earn f r o m $rt back oE the or^nizatioa, arc j {·,,«.,£' ^^.^"^ ,£\K. therefore 10 bf congratulated on tiio i -"iJ^t nur applicants in : : ccurinpr houseo and rr-oms at the lovre^t ra.tcn. We also signal success, more .--o because thc result was achieved, JLS Judge Rep- |Xer£ so aptly observed, through "a s^klarity of effort Uii^t caa go over ncert a larpcc nun'.her of pirls. j apes 2t to .15, for steady, p r o f i t a b l e j factory" cmplny^ncnt. rhysicnl ex.imi- · nation required. A p p l y in person o r ' communicate with Factory Km ploy- j ment Ofllce TTII3 GOOPVEAH TIUE i COMPANY, A k r o n . Ohio. 2raprl2t r : FOLLOWKG PKBSIIEfG. -Tile greatest Liberty Loan of the irprid was made by GEera! Pershing j bo a rooms . he lold General J*och tSat ttte ' avenue. troops were at his disposal. For FOR BENT -- TWO K U t t N T K H E D Apply 107 East r'airvfew , ,, , . - , K O R KENT--FOUR U N F U J I N 1 S H E D shall be hoQortd." n e S4ld/."U , ro0 nia 501-South Arch ^tru^L ·Jmay 2t win accep: our troops to use "as find best. 1 ask it ia raj-, najne ,-.. . . - - · FOB RENT--TWO UK. and in that of the American people." j and one furnished room. -tft course it was thc cause of Gen- i East Peach. oral Pcrshins and of all of us" tiiat (federal Foch would use them for. Tbe courtesy lay in giving up, personally, cputro! of the army, in erasing us bOifu.dsjy iiaes as an American divi- ston, in Lh FOR KEN'T--TWO L A U G K U'FLTR- nis^hed rooms for liprht hoiiscUcepiiiff. No children. 509 East Green street. 1 3 -- H a r r y W h l p k e y 3 4--.Mary K r l e n d " 1 0 -- A n t i i i h n l l e H a l l '. .'.[''. I B -- X V I I I I n m It. A s h e n t f l J » -- K l ! z « Cro.sNl.-tnd ^...'....'.'.'. J ! -- f l l u H f c p p t i F l i c t : h l u t o '.., L'O--Kraiik C i j r i n i n ^ h i i n i SI -- \nnn C. f T r n s n '" ? 2 -- V . ' l l l i a m S. 1 - I o n m k p p " ! ' . ' . ' . 1 -·' s --iffirtrariit .f. Spoftr* 118--Hannnh X V r i p h t '.'.'.'.'. 27--John J. Wrlfe-ht nncf H a n n n h W r i g h t 23--.Tohi) X. A c h f ',',', 2!)--Samuel K. Thomas , . . M--John P l x n n P.I--Thorn.TM J. H a l p l n H--'-- !''HiJ K. T I n u p - h f l . 1 - * ( i ? r t h o R. P n f o . . . ' " 3 - 1 -- A u r p i i o P.rupnolln .'.!'.'.'.]] 3~\--j:innc*Iie BarrtclfJnw ?.r, -.-.in n r ,p Oochran ', ," ' of t h o etnate D. W, ' Hiinderson, A d m i n i s t r a t o r .. Charles S»jk:i. A d m i n i s t r a t o r IJ. K. i»avit». E x e c u t o r ".I K l i a a W h i p k e y , A d n i i n i 3 t r a ( r i x . . . . O. O. K i c h e r . A d m i n i s t r a t o r Thomas M c C a r t n e y , A i t m i n i i r t r a t o r .. Loe S m i t h , A d m i n i s t r a t o r d. b. n., c. t. Dnu^rlas, A r t m i - ^ i K t r a t o r . JeceiLse3 GoorKp. P a t t e r H u n . 1C ^ ecu tor George Patterson, Guardian Giic.to.no Horr.ido. A d m i n i s t r a t o r !...'!]!!!!! E l i z a b e t h 51. H o w a r d . A d m i n i s t r a t r i x '.'. A n n a A l v f r d a Cruse, E x e c u t r i x Chari«s S. Hohsakor. A d m l n l s t r u t o r ',. Jn],. ,\f. U e f f o n b a u R h , Guardian Hjirniutl K- Taylor. Kxociitor ' Ed«-:n K Speer, Kxecutnr . * ' . . . * David R. Wrieht, A d m l n i a t r a t p r c. t.' a~ .....'.....'.'.'.....','.... A p r i l 11. 1 U S Jlari-h M, l i ' l S M a r c h I f i , 131S A p r i l U2. 1 9 1 S M a r c h JO. I'.'lS of J o h n S. April 11, 191$ A p r i ] 10, ] P ] S A p r i l 10, I M S . A p r i l HI, 191S . A p r i l S, 1?1S .. May 1. 1?18 . A p r i l zx, 1918 , A p r i l a n . ! 9 t R A p r i l : J 9. 11H8 A p r f l 1 9 , J 3 Z S A p r i l '24, ] 9 i 8 A p r i l A p r i l 1518 1318 A p r i l 3 0 . I f l I S HI- -!'ir'.nn H. n i m « i 8!1--Sirnh n i ' . r a h p l h Bnl I"--Knr.lti J. H u M o a d . ·11--Mamnnl C .Brltt ... ?-- M n r y W. Ciirson 4 3 -- . ! n c o h Covor J -- S n r a h n. O i r l o t h r j r p o 4T--T.rnry W. O.iborn 4 f -- \ . T r e r 7 M. F u T M r 47--.jvirnn C n h n r n 4 3 -- / . n n l c 3f. ^ V n t k i n p '"--'-'ranch' K h ^ r h n r t e r TM,, _ W i l l i a m J. SangKton. Trustee Samuel J. A c h e a:ut J e n n i e Ache. Executors ........ . I Q Q s - Thomas, A d m i n i s t r a t o r ................................. .'amea L. Dixon. J o h n :. Olxon and M a r y C. D l x o n , Kxeculori Ap-il"'s' l i i i s · J o h n T. B n w l o y , K x o c u t o r .................. .....i, .,,',, , K K l r n y T t . H o u g h . A d m i n i s t r a t o r . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrie r.M«e Hryson. A f l m l n l H t r a t r l P i e t r o Bnittnolio, A d m i n l s t r a ' . o r Bar; Fisher, A d m i n i s t r a t o r M. M. C'ochran. Trustee ........ . N ^ w ji,, s , nb)n _. A d m i n i s t r a t o r John M. ("ro\v. M x e c i i t o r H a r r y Boyd Bell. A d m i n l s t r n J o h n O. Clark. A d m i n i s t r a t o r . . Robert M. B r l t t and Charles G. Brltt. Trust.-es l-'ayette T i t l e i Trust Company. U u a r d i a n . . . l r a w - F -'i" and A l l e n J. Fast, ' A d m i n i s t r a t o r s c i s t r a L r i x e s FOR REXT--FOUR ROOM IIOU'SE, he gesture of complete ccmQ- East Murpiiy. Jii.oo month; largo lot. ' unity of devotinn- in n n o ' X I n e ro( ' m Il °" sc - South Connellsville. . unity. 01 emotion '.0 one . R0|)(1 ,, oni i it | OI ,, 51s .OO raontli. JOSF.I'H Socond National Bank ... MASON. V.xhere is sometbini; like a great/ building. tlrrllHns. dramatic, sacrificial emblem ~" o*C :\vhat we are doin^ right here at.' i^me. in tho^e words ot Genera) p er - j ~^S. SaTE-TWo S.VDG SEAT says thc Liberty Loan commit- d : r p l a . y ' t o p tables nt very low flsruro. Call Tri-State "3, Rinff 2, Ztlr.bar, Ta. 6apr-tf-T.i;B tee. «Wc are saying to U icle Sam: "\Ve shall be honored if you vrill accept our i taoney tc- use as you i.nd best." j Sam fs going to use t for. It is for i ' Lbe defense of our homes, our institu-' - tious. ouf-icpuntry; just as General! FOll S.VLT3--ONE EIGHT TON ICE mu.ch]ne. Cully equipped. One 3 H. P. 4ntu7-tfd-s.ics A'Ick I'hvr.r n i i c T t h n M c C u t c h o n n 53--.fam^H .tostpli Morrlsaey . 54--[1. n. Splicer " " ' Mo ;.V clIerii:k drain H:iy ./nf-'eph L. Starter. A d m i n i s t r a t o r "H. aeorpe May, A d m i n i s t r a t o r "Eug-ens O'Donovan. A d m i n i s t r a t o r ".Tosenh T. J o h n s o n , iOxectitor Faj-ette T i t l e Trust Company, J5xecutor Tlanie! St«r c eon, G u n r d l a n A p r i l 2T. A p r i f .·}'(. ]!/lS . A p r i l S. -.HIS. . A p r i l 1'!), 19!S A p r i l 22, 191S . A p r i ; C. 19:8 . . May 3. 101S . A p r i l G, 1918 . .. M n y 3. 191S .. .May n. 1318 A p r i l J J ( , 131? A p r i l ^0. I f l l S Ain-il -'«. 1.1/S . M : i y 3, J I M S . April 24. I ! - J S . . M n y 1. I M S Api;il 30. 181K Murch 6, 1?1S I M S I S I S 19U 1.12S FO"R SALE--AT A. Foch is using" Our nun--and.llis own ' perman's Pool Room in Second N a t i o n a l men--for us j Bank building:. Terms reasonable. See | PHED OPPERMAJN or s. R. GOLD- It is only a mattor of self-defense' SMITH. 29apr6t r a t i ^ r a r t e r . A d m i n i s t r a t o r M a r c h . A p r i l IS . A p r i l 15 A p r i ; 2P, . . . May 1. 1918 .. May 2. I S I S May 2. 1918 3, 191S 3, 1518 3. 191S . M n y 3, 131« M a y 3. 19!S May 3. J U S HEXRT R. TlTTERrXOTON. Resistor and Cleric ot O r p h a n ^ Couri. U n i o n t o w n . Pa.. M.15" 3. ISIS. AX'DIT NOTICE. Notice !a hereby pivcn that the abcvo accounts w i l l be t a k e n u i " £ o r a u d i t and d i s t r i b u t i o n b e f o r e James C. , President J u d p e of the Orphans' Court of F a v e t t e C o u n t y at the Court House at 10 o'clock on each ot the ^ing:. days .viz: ! A c c o u n t s Xos. 1 to 32 inclusive on Monday, J u n e 21. J i U S ; Xos. 13 to 2-1 i n c l u s i v e on Tuesday, June -5. 1(118; BARGAIN O P - I Nos. 25 to 35 i n c l u s i v e on Wednesday, June 26. 19IS; Xos. 3T t,i 48 i n c l u s i v e on Thursday, J u n e 2 ( , 191S; Xos. 19 to c*^ . v o . t m ^ _ . r ,2 nn p-j-iday, J u n e 28. 1918. \\-hich cases w i l l be ca'.led tor hearing; on the day and the time set f o r t h in the a b o v e notice at which time and place creditors, heirs und^njl o t h e r persons interested shall a t t e n d if they see tit and present tlie'.r claims against the said estate or f o r e v e r be Barred from coming upon said ?unr1. HENRY R. TITTERINGTON". Clerk of Orphans' Court- 57--7n.r!iw!fle 5f. IVvnlt Anna M. Beall, E x e c u t r i i n a v ' n n -- \ m : m n n Barnh.-irt Hn-ry A. Cottora. A d m l n i n t r a t o r Mav r.3--II. H. W n f l s n y I31IZH Tf. T^lndBay. E x e c u t r i x ji n j. f i n -- . t e f f o r n o n A. W a U p r f l ". . .Searitrht B. W i i l t e r s and Ewlnp: Walters, A d m i n i s t r a t o r s Cl -- ttnrtrarwt B r u n d e s n A V C i l a m S. Conweil, Executor C2--^Samuel S. Tatterson Thomas S. Lackey. Executor r u l l n Let the boys at the front feel the grip of friendly hands across the sea; that means Liberty Bonds. Help your favorite fund and double your patriotic work by buying more Liberty Bonds. EOAI lL=a vs=^JLA~Si.lL=fi for women, misses, and ciiildren. There is an attractive lot of especially made dresses, blouses, ajid other sorts of garments for misses and children. Styles especially made for youthful people, styles sturdy enough to stand inconsiderate uses, yet fine enough to appeal t.o young girls' taste. There is a great line of underwear for women, misses, and children; .there is an extraordinary line of hosiery, corsets, gloves, and par- Licular attention is called to our attractive stocks of ribbons and the very moderate prices. You caa not afford to miss the May special bargains at our stores. 83 Large Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmorelaad and Allegheny Counties. It's foot-wear that women believe in, as we have for 30 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 Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word, They Bring Results.

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