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PAGE FOUR. THE DAIL.Y COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, FA. WEDNESDAY, MAY S, 1918. Bally C£0nii?r. HENRY P. SNTDBA. Founder and Editor, 1879-191*^ THE COURIER COMPAXY, K. M. . . President. JAS. J. DRISCOLU - Eec'y and Treasurer'/ Busiuesa Maaas°r- " : JOHN' L. OANS, ; Managing Edit Of. TVALTER S. STIMMEU City Editor. MISS LYXXE B. KINCELL, Society Editor. aiEXfBER OF: Associated Press, Audit Bureau o£ Circulation, Pennsylvania Associated paiUea, - Vwo cents per copy, 50c per month; fo Oer year by mall if paid in advance, Sintered as second class matter at the po»t office. ConnellsvUle. Pa. Tafe By Governor Boyle ofi Nevada. f5^£®aXS®®®SXsXS®®5^^ 3SSS£®»3®«X5X=)®S®«^^ ®3GX-tSS®333fSSGXS£X^^ ! WAXTI'lD--luUiOREUS. HOLT CO, Broad ford. Pa.. WANTED--YOU TO AUVJSRT1UK IR iur classified columns. T EYE'S,- 3LVY S, WS. .The CourhrT'H SerrJee P. SHERMAN. Hospital Unit. L.. American Ex- podHicr.a.-y Forces, France. RALPH F. SLIGKP^ Company H. SlStb. Infantry, U. S. N'. A., Camp Lee. Petersburg, Ya. M l C H A K I j GRESATj'BO, HAROLD RICKEY, Battery B. Field Artillery. 23th 1-.L.OVO B. COX ""·--" Company F, 37th Engineers, 13. % S, A., Fort Myer, Va. \VAXTKI--ClOLOKKU W A I T i i U TOUGH HOUSU RESTAURANT. "WANTED -- TOUR ' The Germans are kllUug our DO'S J business. RENDINE'S. "over ·Ui'ore" with lies, · Every American soldier iransponed tQ France since we entered tlie war has gone to replace the Russian and Ititliaa resistance which was destroyed by mnrderoftg German, lies. Ever}' lie toid in Russia, in Italy, and in. the United States itself may well cost an American life and tlie total may destroy civilization. This is a shameful tale, but there is one that is worse: Every deadly, poisonous lie made in Germany to kill our boys is tolerated, j accepted, and circulated by Americans, Without the help of Americans Germany can not win. this war. We must, wake up to these facts. Every person in tais country, whether ! BAHBERING tf A t t e n t i o n . j wt?r t h n l i b e l ;intl com p hunt. filed there- \ in, uncl show cavj^e, it any y o u have*, j IP IN N B K D OF PIT POSTS T r V B l T l S j why n. divorce fr.mi t h o bonds of I y o u r wiuits. C. H. B1KD, A d d i s o n . Pa. j m a t r i m o n y should not be trrantctl ' S h e r i f f , orf, THOMAS ,U S h e r i f f s r.f«oo, j m a y - l - G - 1 , 6 - 2 2 | KKYSTONK Brinjr y o u r Pa.nani.ri itntl stnvw h a i a to CHAKI-.1CS CO'JOS, 170 V/etft C r u w C o r d iivtmue, C c m n f i l l a v i t t t ; , I':i. 3maj-33i" W-ANTED--EXIM5RLKNC-KL) SALKK-. ladle*. Apply AllTMAN "WORK. 8n:uyl!t Piny ford t h i l l i;is. A U o r n o y a . COH A HA C.'O H VS. W. .7 . ft A l;GI. Jr. J n tin? C o u r t of Cc-mmou Pl*:ti 'f-';jyct t « con r, t y. Pa., · o. 2 fi U · March . Tn W. J. l ^ i u R l i . ,lr.. r«- i u U - n l : Y o u arc Imr ;by noi.Ifled th:tL ia a n d r i l k ' S suhpncua J n WANTED -- EXPERIENCED « * ' a y Scc " nd Cook - M ·\VAIT- AT | C O X K T ISLAND IM'.STA'JRANT. J wa»?es PU.U1. Srr.jiy.U ; [ h e be an American, Gerinan-Ameri- f I can, or any other kind ot' fractional "^ American, who tolerates, credits, or | j.. e ^ t convevs statements capable o£ re- i · .nvl*n s us £ r om giving our whole j J^*TM^^!TMTMTM w. .r whole heart, and our whole cONXELLSVUJjE SILK MILL. s,. ij tiiis war is doing coward- ( U u p r t f d BSTAT1C OF MK!S. M.fKY A, W 1 U T - ney .decer-sfil, l u t e uf the Cky of C»n- n c H s v l l I f l , Pa. Letters- [of mlmJni.'«t ration on th*? estate of alim-t- n u r n n U d e - cedent h a v i n g been s m i i i e d t» '.h- u n ''."" ""!' _"' ._, !1'" J " | ( i c r s l R i i e u . n o t i c e is horc-tiy i;|wn to W A X T K D . -- Y O U N G MAN TO OFM-iR- 1 t h e p e r s o n ? i n d p M r d to ( h i - nn.il e.s- a l c cJeviitor. J I u i - L be 18 yuars nf LKJ« t:ite to rv.iik* i m r r u ' d h i t p p.-iy»''»l. iind A p p l y KOBACKIOUS. Gmay.1t i tlif.se h n v i n f f f.'hilms . i ^ i i i n ^ t the K;unc . ; to present thorn p r u p i - r l y s i u t l i e n t l - WANTED--IIO.MK . FOR V H K B I S i a-awl f o r H e u l e m c i i l . MRS. K M M A year old boy. Address "HOM1C," c a r t i SOISSON, A d m f n i s t r . - i i r l x . 5.10 Jotins- may3L* | Urn aver.ue, C c n n o l J w r i / J e . l':i. you ;tr I n t h » - r r l i i r n u r t d csl C f i m m o n ., on th'* Chiirie to u p p c H l u a p "f F;iyoU- c o u n t y , P! flrM. M o n t l n y of . f u n r of snM ' ' n u r t . A. D. I E - I S , lo a n s w e r th'. l i b e l a r A rnm- pl.iinl f i l e d therein, :in''. nlmw t;nu.-*«. if a n y you h:iv», w h y ;. d i v r - r r c - f r o m t h : b o n d s of m a L r i m n r . y s h o u l d n o t be R r e n t e d il'.f-. H h « - l J : u U ,-ibove nam'-d. T H O M A S !,. H O W A R D . S h e r i f f . Shur- A p r i l 2S. 1518. m i L y - l - S - 1 6 - 3 2 Pal i cr*jn Oiri Member of T Tire -AssoclJVtcd Prisa "-laJ.,"«3L- ". clusively entitled to "Cla^usp-Jor - reiubllcation ol all- n»wa - dispatches credited to. It ...of n o t o t h e r w i a e credited in- this patM*c and also tae local ' herein. W A N T E D -- E X P K U l E X C E n cerv Olork. Mid.r.u jvf?cd man. H. S W E A K I N G K X . D u n b a r , I'a. THK '·-Tho newspapers, as a class, have i not imputed to themselves undue j Credit for the part they have taken i in the promotion of every activity j ha: ha* hart TO do with the prepara- \ ^^ w . uu hen }y . :r;iiiorous work for Germany. \\ a can not take refuge in. ignorance. Vfc must- -recognize treason, wliea we see it, as cleariy-as we identify orison oa our own shelves, and we must brand it with the skull and cross-boaos so that all who come across it may shun aad abhor.iu It is a German-made Jie itiat Germany is fighting a defensive war. ·.Germany "has increased tlie territory and population under her domin- ion'fonrfould since the war began. · ,, It is a German lie thai, the government and power of. Germany are destined to rule the world. The Prussian principle is that the individual is the servant of the £OV- b l a c k s m i t h . ernmcnt and exists t'or the Severn- ^, ly l ^ C t r u . u t inent. It is mere dcs|ptism. Despotic j L.L1 power can not survive in the world. I \VAXTP:D--AT Jt is a German lie that Germany is not our inosi dangerous enemy. Germany has slaughtered our men. women and babes when we w e r e at \VANTKI--WOMAN FOR Gi-'XKILAl.. j housework. A p p l y MR.S. C. J. A R M - I s STUONG, at Yough Huuse restaurant. ; j-, 2'Japrtr 0 XOTICK IS HLCJIBBY GlVIi.S THAT i f , an application w i l l bo, tnutle by It ! r-mhft Tf»rm. I'.'IS. AlarieLta. L. F. R u t h . K. K. Dick. J. M. , KcF .p (im ipr t : Y » u f (Irey and A- D. Sdipwuii, to t!ie (Juver- thll nor of T't-nnsyfViintn, on' TjjursiJay, ; Muy 16, ISIS, al 10 o'clock A M., u n - dfr the jirovisions of an AL:I cl' A^- mbly entitled. "An Act ;.u pruviiie r the incur porn.', ion and ri-gutatUni . certain corporiitinnp," apjrov*-ri the I 3Ch of April, A. D., 1S74, and Hie f u p - j ·laments tlinreto, for a charier f W A N T K D -- A T ONCK, M E D I U size h o u s e w i i "n conveniences, o a p a r t m e n t s , Call 747 e i t h e r p h o n e o I m n y t f \VANTED-f31HL work, good w i t h a LenoRrap!:y and lypnv SILK MILL, r k n o w · r i t l n t f . intondctl corporation to be 0:1 turpriso Coal . Coke Ci clin.ractor iind object of w j i i f h is tli ( m i n i n g of coal and t!sc m .in 11/net lire , cf i Jit wamw i n t o coke, and the s:tie of ; coal ami coko, and fnr ihe^c purposoH i to have. pu«s«R« and enjoy all th; : rich IP. benefits ami privEU'^cs by sakJ . .Act of Assembly, anil the supplements I Lhcr»ti cnnfrrred. STRR1.1NG, HIG- BKE MATTHEWS. Solicitor*!. iLpr-2-l-inay-l-8 Attorney. A M T A TIJTTU ^'.S. A! V JIT I,F. f n t h e C o u r t of CVinnvm PU-n? t o c o u n t y , I'a.. Nf.. '118. 1'o- To M y r t l e Taylor, re l i r r f h y n o t i f i e d I he s u b p o e n a n n d a!ir.,t . u u b p o f n a in t f i l n fiHBC h«vr bi'pn r n t u r n e d "Non e ^ C in v e n t us," you n r p t h e r e f o r e re- ulrert to a p p e a r In tlio (*ourt of Common rin:!i of K n y e t t p roimty. Pa., r-n t h e f o u r t h M o n d a y of S!«'iy "f -'·"'id Court. A. D. 7 P I S . to an."wi?r i h f t J,!K;: ,7nfl oom.p!.-Jini filed t l i ^ r o i n , and sliow ra'JSft, if any y o u have, why a d i v o r r e ; i n u l d 1 K n - f r o m the b o n d M of mauiinony ^1° not lit- p r a n t t t l the l i h H l a n t nli»vf iiam.'s. THOiFAS 7.. H O W A l i O , Shprlff Sheriff's OlHcf, April SB, 193 S. m a y 1 - S - 1 K - 2 2 WANTED--O.VE man. :it :CO. I.J1] JJo:=t NIGHT WATCII- · car builder, ono ONC1S. KXPIvH- ionc«d salej»lnrty. must uncloratnjid ai- t era l i o n s and f:irniRl'. rpferonces. Apply PKOIM.KS 1 1 K P A H T M E N T STORK, 22G N o r t h r i L t s i i a r t ; - s t r e e t . 26aprtC She . , - has destroyed; cion-of oi:r country for the war. Ac- , OUf p r 0 p u r : v shc bas deQir(i o u r cepting such service as their piiinotio j r . h t s , Q ^^ gQa un] ^ s we ahoul(1 j duty, just as modest and loyal ""»-! mako ^ a r ou her enemies. Sbe has vit-uat citizens have done, ihe newspapers have been glad of the o.ppor- \V A N T K I J --1 A N K«."U :^rs :.t n l K h i : l l . S f l P. M. t!. S t e a d y w o r k . A p p l y rfK«*HAXIC. Wost Pcnn lir tunity to lend a helping hand. Thus make \ \ a r ou fcer enemies. officially thrcateuod to break down j ^ ' A N T K V . rur .Uunroc dof-crine--the wail it at j \^^^ .s kopl war from tho \Vostoru World, j A;H.IJ- y la-w. directed her i-ubjects . S W K K 1 M N U in i f ).^o A. MASTKC w a y d Co. SmaySt fri ihe- first : and second Lilcrt:* Loan , t* ^, and Knights of Columous drives for , ^ ^^^ Germany under pea- Mads, the newspapers have TT lingly | s h o u f r l corje ghe and oC one accord lent their i n f l u e n c e j J K V K t ' . A L . C A P . P K X - r e p a i r w f t r k on ritro-;i c:iri* and j ;, Kter.dv w o r k ; i - h c u r d;iy. i M A S T K U MKCHA-N1C. W e s t , t a i l w ;!'·* Company. Sin ay r»t M A U Y A N N U t ] U V V i C K \ S . G K U U O K W. H e r w i c k . Ln t h e Court of Connrio:i [ i'U-ae or F a y u U e c "ituy, I'a., N'n. 376. J Se p i cm bur Term, is 17. To George W. H?nvick. He."pondei]t: Y o u art; h e r e b y ! ;nn ilioil thaL t f a u suhpncn.1 a t i d Lillaa ' t u r n oil "Son (;-u i n v c n i u i . " - u u are j T i i c r * 1 for*: r n q u i r f t t i LJ a p p e a r in tk* . ''win - i f Common I'Jc.'i.s of 'ay«ttc c o u n t y , J'a.. on t h e C o u r t l . M o n d a y of i Muy of said Court, A. P. 1018, to ;ins- ; WIT the I t h e l and cutnp'a.ini filud i tht-rrin, and show Mua«, If any you ! N.T.VI-. w h y ,-t (Jirnrcc f r o m t h e bands «.f i m a t r i m o n y f lion Id n o t tie g r a n t e d tho | ; - i h f U R i u ah((.vc n:im«d, THOMAS L. H O W Aim. SliurLtr. S h e r i f f ' s OlRco. I ,\lrl] 25, 13is. l*iaj--I-8-i5-2J DIv H. K. M;i:Qu;trri«. Attorney. CHARLKS AijMOSI , VS. KI.IZA- belh Alrno.si. 3n the CaurL o£ Common PJoa.t o( Fay cite county, i'a.. No. IC'J March Term, 1918. To E l i z a b e t h A l - mosi, Rospondt'iit: You :iro h e r e b y n o t i f i e d that the s u b p o e n a and .-i.lia-'j y u b p o o n u in i n is case h a v e bnen ret u r n e d "jNon 'j;=i. invertiis," you ars t b u r e f o r c r e q u i r e d to n p f j o - a r in thi Court of Common l-'icia.' of F a r ^ t t f c o u n t y , r.i.. on the 3r'l Monday ot M:ty of suM Court. A. O. I S ' S . to ant*- w-pre t h r )llj ( ;1 .tnd c o m p l a i n : filed t h e r e i n , and s h o w causa, if a n y TOU tiavn. w i i y a d'.vorco f r n n i ihe bdinl.i r.T ma.t ri r n i n v s h o u lit n"f ho prantT*! th*? l l b ^ t l n t t t ah«v» n.'tmcd. THOM.S'S J.. .Spril S, 1918. and tho use of their columns to the fcrtaerance of these cau-.'es. ; In the Third Liberty !,oau, populated our country w i t h spies,. dy- | J^y^in i.amiicrs and inccndiariya at a time ' ' j when she claimed the privileges of a ; COURIER omre. Both pbone». 27-tl cently closed. t;:c newspapers, no les- ' Ll1 '' Br-nvnfi.'id i Z ' - f i t l t i f i l n . AJtrirnryrt, inc. w h e t h e r It Is a caiKnj,- card, sale TUXM,\S H I ' . V T K n VS K M M V H l ' N - blll or tho finest enfc'rjived wcddir.^ , t ^ r . T n l h ,. c . lU . { , lt c-imjimn r \ « a r t or an.inimcemenL Wo prln:; O f K:iy.;t'o n o y n t y , L\-i.. No. 3'U, S^l)-everything--1-J it prornc t'.r j t cipher T u r i n . J f t " . To KrrxmiL H u n C t - r . a n d do it r f ^ n L Ca!l the mn-i at TZJ^ j K e f - p u a d ^ n c : V « t i .-i r,' h-reby n o t l i l c i l ,),,, ,] iins than citizens general ly. made even j greater effort to brin£ the people to a j clearer imderstantllnf; of the impera- j tive needs of our country m t'nft pres- i ent crisis. During this campaign, as in all that ^avc prccetlcd it, t! e newr,- i papers sought to dfccharqe their oh- Our alieraative is German s.avcrv . ligations with the same fulelrv as did i * la « r ' *« ^ rks lhc ^"^ wilh those earnest. unselfish patriots ! ^'^ DaE!on - e ' o r ' P c o p l e - ever7 agc ' amona; our busineps and pro-'eFsior.al ! a n d ever " sex - iN ° maa can commit Her friendship has been as dc-atily as her £riend?bip for Belgium, for Russian, or for Italy. It is a Oennar. lie that a ay war measure impairs the freprtom oE Americans. Without war we have no 20.01)0 i . M t - k s n t l n n s e v e r y w i unnecessary. ·.ere Stay 25. fc'.'.t[, M i p u i o n s writ- f ; Exu-miner. SI'S c n i u n . " i , Pa., ..f raid on . el i W A N T K I ' - V.-K tvn Jy f::r.pl y ruen h» ;',u*"-s of J S ;tn! O F F K P . I N G ni'M:. bf t w o · f o u r t h i] on day of ,M;iy ! A. D. I T - I S , to ni:nwp"r . c n n i p l a l n t filed t h e r e i n . a:nl · c.-vu?c. if n n y mti h a v e , -.vhy a i f r o m the b c n r i n nf m a i r J m n n y · n / t be cr.-int^d l ) i * - H h o l l n n i if . . i . (i , i T M i i M A S I-. T I C - W A R D . Slier- - I M ^ S II. C. *;ir. A t t o r n e y . CAJIUIK W O N A KOSS V«. CHAUL1-1S TJoK. 1 ?. l»i t b o C^o^in of Commmi P J ^ J s nf. K a y c t t H c o u n t y , Pa.. No. ?~2 AI;ircJi Term. Ji-'lS. To r j j i i r i e f liosif, ]'ie- p o n d o n i : Yoa :trc h e r e b y n o t l f m d that tho 8Ul)po*n:L and alias Hiibj.)fna In i h l s cuso hn.vt b e e n r f t u r n e d "N-m «?^ I n v c s i t i i s . " y - ' U uro t h e r e f o r a re.';Jifreri :o .'t[Jic-;tr i - i ib" C o u r t tt C o m m o n Plt^ji.s of Fay-it*? c o u n t y , Pa., on ihe 3rd Mondiiy of May of said Cn\irT, A. D. I'.US, to answer ihc libt*l and c o m p l a i n t N'IUI ' "' Il 'S t i i ' i r e l n . a n ! fh''vr eaus«. . ; £ « n y n i r - | ^ o u h-'^ v «. v - hy a divrrrH f r o m t h o 11011 f l'ir:r!s of m ; j t r i r o T y simuld not he tht; ' ^ra:if*d t h e l i h i ' - i l n n t ahov* nri-mod. u r l J T H O L A 3 '-. U O W A P . n , S h e r i f f . S h e r i f f ' s ftn ,j ' -Mru.-o. A p r i l 15. 1918. A great opportunity awaits you now at OUT stores to purchase shoos. TIKTI.- is much talk of a scarcity of leather, regukiu:ig t h o height and and styles of worsens', misses', ami children's sboes. yet n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g , the shoes are still high-topped and the dre.ssos are short, and all indications poiui t h a i they are going to remain so, at least during this summer. The shoe styles and the shoe prices for woir.cn and misses is what we especially %vant 10 call your uUeniion to. The high top, fancy colors, all leather, we have galore. You w i l l also find thorn here with leather vamp and cloih tops, in the various colors, all the different lasts. They are all novelties and at popular prices. By careful comparison you will find they are high class dress shoes for women, and miss, are lower t h a n any legitimate compe- t i t i o n : you will find the stylos perfect, the workmanship superior, and the general make-up can not bo excelled. You know enough about shoes to convince you that our prices are an inducement for yon to purchase from us. In addition to the fancy colors, there is a very extensive line of white shoes, high tops. Oxfords, and other sorts. The spring season is now here and the demand up to'the present time has been brisk. There will be a rush now. so sret in early while the stocks are complete. It is hard to keep lines up on account of the scarcity of croods a.r.6 inferior transportation facilities. There is a popular line of shoes in our departments for men and boys, dress and working. You are invited to inspect them. Supply 83 Lar^e Bepartmeat Stores, Located in Fayette, Weatmoreland and Allegheny Counties. ·n :^* ) Oflic Apri" 'tl amons; our busmeps and p men who have given days and weeks ! ttj the actua 1 . work of conrtu; isnr; Lho loan drive in the several Federal Re- , serve districts and their sub-'Hvisions. f rau£ l ^* And like these wntlrmon the new?- ! treason. Xo enemy may assail this paprrs have sought nor expected no ! governmdnt under tho proiepiion of its praise or reward other than ihat com- treason under tbf cloak of freedom o£ j !i or of the press. He may not ' i'urilior anarthy, in:nioraUt', or tfio^e raf ^n.'s n:uch ices : ing -from a sense of duty faithfully ^erformod. It becomes the greater pleasure, therefore, to receive recng- nition. such as is given by the Liberty Loan Committee of Fay cite oouoty in the following: in. JOH.V i.. GA.VS. JUauaurin^- Editor T!*c Courier, C..J.n,-HsviHf. Pa. Mr I»c-ar Mr. finn**: The LIhrrty Loan Conmiltl«*e . %-vi.shps yoa to knovr ho\ Ccrpfy Jt .^butlori 10 lite xurerxM of the Third · _ Liberty Loan In Fiiyottp o n n n t y . . While the coiuiTt'.ttcf J(»c* not for- · -Kfl »hc work nf any uC tiso^p- vvlio ·'"»o loyally and ab)r xuppoi'Tctl tlie as a German lio that this is a cap- j »: t war. ; ? tal profited by this war so long ' '^ were out of it. because capital j {-. f\t, tn t h r f · r n i n q o p i - r · Iiour. p h i r o u r - i u ' h t - h i t inns? v.'c i^. I-j prr ccn: t. ijy itit-ii'Jar.i''-, ci h i f u . W5-.Ho : R. W. am'. O. ? r'nvrsr n.y you 3,'c T / A ) " F I A K. S r : ? ] i V \'. c /» on all ' S.i:ri':y. In the I ' n u r i of · n p u t e J : 'jf K:'.v-"ttc l f t i n i i n ( ; om nno to W o h a v ifth w i l l e:r.l.*r T'-rn tg :.t r a t We nd f n l l h f a l ct- of (ht eon^rj- kc?* the raif«r rolssdn of ti't- iieo- IB this Reserve ;. District ^as no forJuna'i- tit t h i s r.: respect n* our oivn. u n d thl« fni-t . Ja most'tntlmnfcly related to tlte n?i the cjirncst ort?* of the prcM.i ho nc all times ppfrmo.ft in tlie onnty \\"t- apprvflatc. too, th^- c .* · Mtcrlfleir- Iirrolvrd- lit- Thfc* n* nnil » l M t t It iM'upon Nach n wiiirit of " y"ou it ly nnd to mnk«- o nfl yo n bch and labor made and sold war a gi-f-at profit without Lax or bacrifice. Capital and labor in this cour-try would today be the prey of Prustiaa conquest hud not both combined against the common danger ihreai- ened by the \Vol£ of the World. li is a German lie that our war activities are mismanaged or characterized by neglect or incompetence. "VViih over a million mon encamped ; in plain sight ol the American people · and Tvith every aveniiti of i n f o r m a t i o n ! open, no radical defects* or abuses · have been discovoroth The best brains , avenue-. of the countrj* a r e cooperating in this ) H.i-:Rf^n I war and the ."accompiishrat-nts of the ; past year arc conceded Lo be unprece- j denied in iho history o? tho world. j The Gt-rman lio has unmistakable j j marks. It typically refers to some; i frriovous wrong inflicted on the Amer- | ican pe-opic, so flagrant tJja: were it ; ' operating it eon id not escape wide j --^^ ^~. I public knowledge and iuvestiga:ion. urnJer this -«f n t i m h o r P;I 21 to 2ii. far stvmly, -itor}' vnip'tr-yrnnnt. Diy.O ;oods at i n a t i o n r ' ^ u . r f r l . A p p l y In l o m m u n l c a t * - w i t h F n r t n r y F.mploy- n^ist Onice T U B C i O O I i Y K A R T I K K A iriiliKfl C C ' M P A X T . Akron. Ohio. y. r.i~. NV.. si?., 1 ? ! 7. To Ciuir I** n r : Y o u :tre h-' ; n i i 4 ,MI;L and f'ir f o u r t h q u i r e d *, mon Ph'. U i C 3rti A. I. } FT. G ^fay. ' a y c i u - i-rm. 1P1S. .:n! : Tm: art: h Mjfip"-n.i and ;i.-' h:i v» hr-on iitu-'." y o u nrt 1 :i-![if;-.r ill 'Ji A l tli**rffk»r" - Colir* C-f c u n t y , Pa. ' - · - I If j r- 1 I th. "t F;i.ji-tlc h'll t h e r e i n , anil uho-A- c:i hiivo. why a. d i v o r c e f of m a t r ' m ^ n y sh"5!'.i said C o u r t , A. P. J ? 3 8 . lo ans- «BXT--iiFL'HNlSHKD FRONT S m u y U . A p r i l U O. an. R h o r J C . . 1'Jli. er os JLOOK s M a y . A t l r - r n r y , i.'K MAY t i i - ' i i K Y , Klchcy. I n ihts C u u r of r t u n t y . and ITS ALL IS 'J'HE FLAG. -TWO L.A rmni3 f e y c o n v u u i t n c ilh (HO Tri-Stati: »sl Crawf..,r. Call J. M . Snutyt' It's Th« . Tlie 1 Tin; t h e Fins' T h « . f . - r hi:; f u t u r w re- { In l.-^i-c.'! Term, 331.^ To r i t - H j . M i i d u i u ; Y o n a it t h a i tlH' t«utip'.p po.-nu in ihl.s case h:r u;d "N" -n v s t i r i v e n c t i H . ' "i- f orn rcfj u i r-cd t p ,T pp r; ··.' ''onunor. V l n u p 'if K i i y e l i c n t y .Pn.. "n V,:i 3rd M c - n d a y of May i,M(il C - u r t . A. V ' . 151S. t o an^-.vr 1 !h- l i l . i - 1 and f ( i n i p : ; i i n i fiir-ii M i ' . r e i n , 1 iluyy aiui ^!icnv cau«". f f ;uiy y / u h;iv^. w h y ;t ( l i v o r o . ? f r [.;-!i tl'.e b u n d s nf m a ; r i - hT.pi'M' m o n y sh'.-'iU! n o t bi: t r r a n u - d i h c J i l i r l I I a n : ahnv,. iminod. T H O M A S 1-. M u \ V - h a n i ? h i A P.P. Sho~i:T. S h e r i f f s CI:!!CL\ A p r i i ir», IS IB, It's footwear that woman believe in, as we have for 39 years, if you buy them. Everything :iew that's good is here for vour choosing. Black, \Vliite, Grey and Brown. Shoes--Piumps--Oxfords M; S-M-.K--t.iNI-: t-lu J. '-. U K T W J L L U l . fC^R S.MitJ.-- UINI-VtJ KOOM T^UJJ-;, · c.d as n u i v , ch«:ap. Cul] at l u i U i t - ^ L D u t isi. C m i i y - t £ FOTt SALE -- A U V E K T J S E M B X T r f . ; o( the eo f u l ack.no\\l*x] Yutirw .w. lttr !f It tends to sc: tlie people Ligains: war and cheap. sRi.r, r.\ttn. Vice Chairma SAI-K--TOMATO i'LA.XTS. (·"airvicw avp,nu. S n i a y t f "·The Courier esteems ' :nost highly tils estimate of ibe value of the service rendered by it in behalf of_ the Third Liberty Loan campaign. The cordial acknov.-lcd^mfnt Q* Vice Chairman Carr is prized the rcore because m general, against this war ia par- KOU ticnlar, and against one or all of the nefcessary means and methods of con- j sn; K:i^t ducting it. It tends to sicken and ter- j j.^ii: SALK--ONI-; t'Oiui TOL'JtiNu 1 Y n rorize people, to undennine their con-; car. in Ro-.d condition. J- M. ti[fiKi,DS. | Kver.^oji, l j ;t. 8 / n a y ^ t I ° . ^ Glory. Su iton't ' i k e s u r e of u r e s d o w n w o n h t h o t r e m b l e l r : \ v i n B Old. G l o r y nn t h t f t r e I fidence in Uio gov ernrnont, and to arouse dissensions, animosities, and distrusts that vill woakea the determination and the power of the people in the prosecution of tnis war. It pro- FuU S A L t : -- K l V K PASS1CNC.KH Buick t o u r i n r ; car, i n ertud c o m h t i c n . M c C K K A U Y MOTUd CAll COM I'A.V Y. Kast Crawford avenue. 8ir.ii.y-iL magnificent success ot the caw- j moles indifference or despair respect,- i paijrn was jointly the r.;suU of the ; ijitf :he f u t u r e and evasion or dis- ·Wise direction of Lho^e ic charge and j obedience of the laws. Beyond all this it is prlvaiely circulated and is with- the willing cooperation i't the newspapers and the people as a irhole. . ;We are both glad and proud to have bad such a part in this splendid ajChie-veracnt as to merit n fre praise so generously bestowed. ts ami stiu-f.-r. r boy's erliication, y o u r d r o n m f n r tho l a d . r da u u h tm-'s p p ' t action f r o m all t h a t . I K b;ul. h n m c y"j'r*{ :t proud of, (he f ^ r - Tlic r.-tit. in l i f e ' s t x v i l i g h t you're p l a n n i n g to t a k e A r f t w r a p p c i l hi t h e f l a ^ t h a t f l i e s o v e r its ;tJl, And yr,i:-ve w n s t r r t your l i f e jf Old G i o r y should f a l l . ·lanl :i! AltD. ! 1013. i i r t . A. I ) . T.US. :o i m s w ^ r iinci o ^ n i p l n i n t f i l f d HUT p i n . cause, i f a n y y o n h n v o . w h y f r o m Uio b o n d s ^.f m . - i t r i - '3Ji. p ! n o t hf^ KT;K: r*?d t lie J i h r - l i- namort. T H O M A S I, H « i W - rin'. S ^ G r i f f ' s OHU-i-, A p r i l I T , out a known or acknowledged author. Any statement respecting the meeting tais definition, was made in i German;". It' was made to help Ger- ! t SAbB--VIM TRUCK. D E L , r v i. j ery body, imw tires. nc«'Jy overhauled, bargain. See P.AH'11 HYATT. m a y t C ~ .... .. · ; icans. · ".XcjcL.to the boy., bath.-rs the a n - j Tne manufacture of these lies can npunucmcnt f the Chauiauuun. is bo- j nol h e stopped, but Uie trade-mark of c o m l n s t o b C o n o o f t h « u - , r a i H n e r * i ( r M f l r C B S o n can be b r a u d t f d on them j wherever they appar. Ttte American Prosrearfve rwrj.- conr.nues to keep i who repeats these _ transparent sian- a~3t?p* ahead of its sister townships in ders is doins traitorous work and Its schot.! proeruit,. i'sioulfi know it- many k i l l , conquer, and rule Amer- , r-^fo^okTr'c^rL'nrJdl^o'j^ed and dox'i-loped. Owner in d r a f t , only rpitson f o r selling. H. M. \VKIMKIl. Scottdal", Pa. S t n u y G t . of the approach of j*uniijier. TRY OUR CLASSIFIED ADLETS. Ic A WORD. AT ONCE ONE IJNOTYPK OPERATOR AT TI-IE DAILY COURIER OFFICE KOR SAtK.--LI.VOI.KL'il 7»o YAI1D, O i l c l o i l i 6^^ y a r d , new carpets f r o m *5 ' .to t l ^ , y:is r:innes, porch ;\viii?i?, iu\vn ; m o w e r s nnd garden host-. (.lONXKI^LS- · vii^E XEW SKCO-M^-HAXD P U K X I - ' 3T he docs not know . TL"R: CO. Tri-State Plione. 7may4t ; ~ : ·" ; it, ho is a tool of Germany. Ke must ···The b;ink clerks are rratefu! that clioosc to appear-oitlior a fool or a Cfbofty Lo:m c.imnh.iirri's; come only at t f .',,,;,:, ' Intervals, and not o* it r.ipular part of ^ I1lve - - . . . tJia b a n k i n i r business. ' Tbe time for argument is gone. Out . dead lie silent on the fields of France, -"-Hindy" m U r h t ^ a s we 1 n$xt drJv.j he expects to w e s t e r n f r o n t . Xicv.rac* list of German's encru and D u n b a r last n l c h t r call off the ' Loyalty :o them was more than life, nnkc on t h e ! We must sTrike ami fight hero, no loss FOP. SAT..B--TH13 D15AN UOTTLIXG "\Vorks. Boat busiiiL-^s in t h i j city for tho money invested, Joinsr e n o u g h busi- noss m employ tiro t r u c J i a / . i:ea»on for selltnp, K'oinp to serve ry. Thi.i 5^ worth e ration. "\ViIl teach you t'n b e f o r e I c i w l n f f . DAVID ' coun- n ' p consid- is business H A R D E N . Smaytld determination ro acccp: rr Councillor Hipbt 1 **" rend-' the tlon ·;·£ Inilvyentient-e to the !· Berlin. Bnllskln TUc s^ool board of 3uilskia supplies. -cimrmel its ; lo/t ' Prussian pollution u n t i l ·' ant! the free land they died for '· -ir -' 1 ~i i^ived from the brutal machinery LT n p ru sj. : i an isra despotism. FOIl S ; VLE--FARM OF ^20 ACRBfS ' jg about 1 m i l e f r o m Brownsville, near a brick roatJ, u n d e r i a i d w i t h sms.ll v e i n 01 ol coal and valuable limestone, f r c n t - ; in.tr on M o n o r i K a h e l a river and mil- ! road; brick d w e l J i n s house; stream ot i m o u n t a i n w a t e r ; splendid p r o p e r t y for \ Tnfnilt IJlOS. stock raisins or farming-, w i t h first- i , . , , _ _ ' , ... claps market tor prarden products, ad- ' .. ... ,. n . K , An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. \ j a c e n t to B r o w f l s v ni e city limits \^ \ ship will meet at Hell .-; school house Prack Coffman of ^Vhlie, died Mon-( town lot plun; owner cnfjaeed in other, 1 tlie aftertoon of Thursi.ay. May ID, 10 '·· day. The. funeral took place yoster- j business' and oflcrs a barpain; pric«' elect ceacijcrs and awarj contracts for . day, with Funeral Director C. B. j ^ P pSRTER 0t pf °O. d BTM*^' D Con-1 1 Brooks of Indian Head, in charge. 'iieiisvine. Pa. ' 20aprtCd War Garden Coutson Do you want a garden plot?TM location . Size Do you need plants? . TVhen wanted . Kind Do you want your garden plowed? Location . Do you nocd f e r t i l i z e r ? . .'_ Kind Do you bave piol you would allow others to use? _ Location ^ Size . Your Name , Your address Please fill out and return :o Peter R. "Wer.ner's store, East Crawford avenue. YOUGH TRUST COMPANY Anything, Havs Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results.

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