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PAGE POUR. THE DAILY COURIER CON\EL,LSVlI«Lffi. fA AIAT r i 111S. (Snunwr. P SIsYBER Founder anJ Editor is7° 1316 THJB COLlUt-n (OMPAAY. PublUbcrs. R. M SNTDEK. President J \S. J URIS^OliL, Sec'y and JT-easurei ^Bustm as Manaeo- JOHN" L. O \S 1Zanai,»if, EdHoi "WAI/TL.R S S1IMME1* CItj Editor MISS LYNNE B KINCELL, Society Editor MEMBER OP Associated Tress Audit Bureau of Circulation Pennsj V4.n a Associates Dailisa. Cwo contg per copy SOr p " *nontn Ja per year by mail if paid Ir advance Entered as -second cliss matter at the fDotofftce Con-ellsville PJL ME'G, 31 U 0, ltts Th«» Courier R Service fc ln*f WILLIAM Hospital U n i t L Anertc.vn Ex pedltionarv Forces Fr ince I \LFH f SUGl £ . Company H 3i3t.h Iniantrj t 3 N A Camp l^ef Pwie-sbu-R "V a. M l C H V t - L . GRtN VLOO KAFO ,D P1CKK1 S-*tcr\ B I ie d A r t i l l e r j 28th DiMtion l *S V O 1..LO1D B COX Company j. 2~th F"£in c~f L S \_ f o r t M \ 0 " \ ·*. JUcmbcr ot The AtwoclntcJ I**-^* Tho -V^socla'cd Preaa la "i. -oluii\ely entj^lM to the uaa for ^epubli^ation ( t all ne v j dta patches credi od to 't or not atharwiae cicdited in this p ^ p ^ r and also the local news p ibllshail lie rein. X Scott, Mr -O Neil s runn-ng matw fi for lieutenant go^erno" savs the Gieenshurg Tribune j BotL Senator Sproul and Senate( Beidlcman are bear i\y indorsed foi ! the places the teek b\ prominent j dergimen m Phi idelphia aud o t h e r ' eastern count e=* w h i l e the tenper- ance federation of. some of the w e s t cm Pennsj l\ania counties hav c indorsed "Mr 0 Neil and Mi Scott Between the two aspirants for t i e £overnor-,h p iht,r is ib t ' u t U v no comparison Senator Spioul s recog nized as capable from a joung prin t r he h-s piogre sed to be a con- opituo ib figure m the busings affairs of bis ho no coinrauDit lie stands j foi prohibition and he pi L Ices as veil a* p r e i U e^ empe a ce His running mate Senator Bein cm an fa a la-w-%er of abi itv, and -taming ana also jas stood h i m and fat r or Lcm- p(-ance legislation in tins state Both Sena or bproul and Sendtor Beidle nan have unequivocal'} rt.c.a ed thai thev vvj]! abide In the iCMilts of the p r i m t r i C b to be Kid Maj 2" i ^ r 0 Nc 1 a^, the Pn Ia.dc phL* f North \meucan Jie leading 1 temper I ance paper of the state sa\s is a re cent convert to the caus,. of temper ance Bill I h n n one or O N e ^ l s gem. ralisoimos is campaigning foi h n on a v, C L p l i i f o i n Dennj reu e-, to sav that ho w l l abide by the i t s u l t of the primaries and his running man, John. K Sena ib de nounccd bj ministers and prominent lavmir of hio h o n e cm w h o Know him afa a disgrace and a, humiliation o the Kepublica part} a i(* to thc i*ili Mr Scott is an anvocate 01 hquc r m ever* f orm and rr f h e pric tice of the law it 1°= claimed he r^ sorts | ent relj to tlu m d e r ^ o r l a T e fact that cverv newspaper m Philadelphii s protecting tne candt dacv of Mr Scott on the grounds of i d, comtion decenc-v i, certain to sprag the \ hceU of the 0 Nell pol tical car- a\ac V A N LCD--¥O r tflus Hied co \\ \ N L 1 L 1OI t U HOI UULOKJ \\ M i l l A T l K L b T A L K \ N T l I* -1 X 1 H I I ,,,! ^ \ ! A. \ \ t . I K II L. 3 U H £ I M K \i-* i" V\ est cr L\\ EL rtl in 11 if X N 1 L D -- I VP1 1 T l N I D . 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L ! -- B O ^ \ N D C 1 H I t r s of if-t I i cl w h i l e I N L LM LLLL, SII K. --Lprtfd | ji IN M"i n 01 ». n o u r w a n t ' s C H L H I A J I I I ll C \\ \ M I P -- \ V O a i \ N TOR Gl N l u u t u o K Appl M K S t J ^THC\O a \ o u b h I oubc rt \\ \NT1- L cei (. 1 T K H S\S 1 \! I -- 1 \ P L I I f N( Mulill a^ u i I N l j N L unlj-i- "V\ \ M L i t -- \.r 71. h usf w i t h [ i r t m e ·* C i l l O N C L "\ MJH M c n \ n i t nt t ·* 01 '·j t i J u r j on or I n i j If \ \ v \ n i L -- v r O N L ! i x t L i it-nc J *-ii 1 t(i m u s t u r u t r i i a n d a tcr U ni ii ii u r n i li rcf rcncc-t Ap pl I 1 r i - l S D L P V R " ^ 11 NL tsTORI 2_o N o r t h J i i f f b u r j , s i r f ^ t 2 G " p r t f \\ V N FI I -- vl V N i-OK ri L t - I R I L n TO P M i 1 I JNC 10 to A S OJ: THL I O O \ . A sigoihcau impoitant and pie^sive lesson o p ue Tli "(I L beri} Loan campai 0 n i b lu fat tha L iht. ·va» r total of iht -ub c ipi o is vvhiei t xoav- reach $o('Gu UL JUJ when all tht, | records are comp kd is la gel^ m a d e j up of small c ub-crin ions i t p r e eut-| ang it is etima cd 1" OuO tuU peopk | or about one siiij of the population ot the Lnited »ia es That iLe bulh. of tne b« ad b u \ c r a are persons in t^t uage ea T ng cUsi. or perbon» of moderate, nu nfa is par t (,ula"l true of t he indus al bee t o n s the C o n n t l L u l l e c ^t, reg or being a uotewo-th\ exanip e Out ol 17000 emplo\eb of Uif H i. Jb nc ^ Coke campan% 7 o ^36 or at l per cent. became sabocriber, the to al of Jiei puiciiaies having been $ i 3 t r ( H K i or an. average of $85 ti per subbcribci At eight plants a 100 per t n t rtxord was attained e \ t r cnipl ^ e on tht paj-ro'l becoming a subsc:i)er 3i*n alar re^ulti, w * l l no dovib^ be s nov,i when the n^ures at the pla !·- ot ot 01 operating com pan it. ·» and lie malle Industries of he re^ior arc tompilcn ·which maj be taken as t ^ T c a l of iht whole countr'v The bisniflcance of ihi^, \ Ider d i ^ i n bution ol bonds anorg i^t peop'e w i l l be manifest o even lo-.-.hiful pei son Tht loan c^mpaigii ^ hi p r o v e u jncele^s boon to gjotl ci uen^hip Through its pfluence Jie ' *s c c ' t a u to result a bet er unde i -^*a dir^, of ui" b'essmgs and ^1^ JegCo u m.* IL. American t tiz^i The A O K t » who foi the n r st t me h a v e 1" cr^ -· buv er a of g o v e i n n i t r t tct-nue-. h a \ e been i r q u n m ^ of i\i\, i *-r v ; Lh^ meojimg of thc campaign Thev fino their ov n answei m a bet f patriot c spirit T a o u g n i 5 nfli c it^ t h ^ v will uncou c ou^U 1 e oirc no onh better t 'uen* r i i be tt v L. \c" TUi l n o % l d g e that, t i e V v c loaned mone to t h t ove-nn^eut 1,'ia has fii--ibhc{I t 011 p oif c t T i oppor tunuK- to ga n uo c 1 I n U i h o j l bu a conn Uence and to c lucate t icu children and ouch c,fe lo if rn al the blessings o 1 " po'iiic«l and u l ,1011-. hb eri w i l l oe an Tiliunc. of t i u a k i able a Ut, n he fu ne n atioi -, o the c e tond buvc ^ o thc at on Taat j)i *c iraJl 01 e r on n t J \ of ou-- popul Uio i has jo c nc a SLJ sc ibe to the If n inv tes a cm on to a f-c ncu. prenera'li k n o t -t o~ ijj t ciatcd at tre w" 1 ^ t a r - s u ci !· the s" c il ul w e«. t m cla H n v p t i real monci w ( i \ jich c lid ice iJu govcrnnen* m th w a r un OL $10 000 QOO 00ft u o v n ol bii'iiri so iransiLt ed iu thc L liter S f U - , la. t \ear libo received c o t » f i O yno 0' Mn ~=: -. w h i l capital icct *d but s ti \ j 000 a,s its -h u Th v i t h of the ca] Itahst i i «ualh not i al v c o a v t r t ibk »n o cosh w h i l e h i OL th w a 3 ear: e^ ^ in ca i or -'t.vl q-, Tin T is s a o w i that if the o \ v n c - s of capi ai in the sen^e that tins t ^ i n "'s usually applied wt,re alon^ t a l i t upu^ to i^ sorb (he vvar loan^ out o' ,ae r ci i r e n p'-ontt. in bu^-ine^s a~d n ^usi nev would ha " to b o n o w th« mu-ev O i the other naud t h c w a g e a i IL-» cojlo take- a'l the bond I^-»UPS an« pa fc, them in cash and u«e but a s-nalt pari of their earni^gi m mak ng h t i r " ·ve tmen^ia the ^aftsi seciritics in ac -world ^ftese inct^px^wble fact g \ e the IK to the piO-Germau c atm tnat th;- i*. a capnalisiic ^ar and that capl a is alone profiting bv It Tne \ oi^er-. of the land kcou Jiat t Ja Sietr u ^ r and the war o£ everv citizen of o r rf public and the are proving their pa triousm and *ound bu«trr- -ense K rroviaing tae bulk or ne mcar The h ?h =?chool and college s t n d o n t ^ ( f !· a^ e t t e c o u r t \ ha^ e il\% T\ s been npror to i n c t t thilse t f A It R h e r \ ind o l h r c o ^ n i es. m U ^ t b of s il m atl 1 t c o n t e n t ""he oJs*ii in br no ic t i-f 1 t m i t t h e i r v i l t l n ne*." [f ^ ' am h I j cr i) r up D t *»!· mt r D inb i onl\ w»,n n\ er the 11) nl I it "t\ Lt* in q u o t l I I ] 1 h -,ph n d i d uchK-veme'i col br Utoii t h t t p u t It 1 rt-Mou^ d i p i\"i in the F u r a t e ' M I C H X N U st Pern K i i t w ifv * Co Sin ix BL t rs Cor b u t l i l i M P J j.!r v. ork n -ur i c i d \ w t r k M V h i l P MI I K P i J ) iii 1 ' C o i n p i n y M n i --MOI j nrus o\ re i ii d i ) co*-e n \ v o r k mi ii "-Hon C H R I S M \ N TGI N O \ t o w n U \ a. n m (. RI i i k c r .·v\ tit bill \M"L*» -- A M ivJ?*D OF w h e t h e r H Is a cil mj, ciird s i l t or h finest cnsr*\ «-d \ s e d d i r r j - j v i t ^ t l o n »r a n n o u r c e i n . nt. ^V e p r ' n i n j l h i n f T - ? \ e r y l h l n g - -- cio (t pr-omct'" and do it rii,ht CT!! tho man at Tli- CO' r t l R Jfice Both phones. 27 tC \\ rr --oov i Rvaii- NTM* M f r s _ n (if t) ( !%·* it U i v h i n K t n n 1 \in ni Kl \ b T O M L i t V N I N G P P t U l L ! (, v in I i I O I I U L i I i ts I ( H \ P l l S U Oa J V . t i L i L^\ f mil, i_oni L.11 \ HU j i j i t * I MI u i i t r s I ·*" \ f i H i c I I \ K ( H I M i \ I f (h H H M I | t Sp i t, 1 un uf 1 \ t t l t . iiif t u f | tt «.1\ LI ! ^ i 3 n t s! v j i u on J it i. it LI! 1 t h t In 1 ct.ii t,r i i t d t tin. u i u l e i i - n » I m n c r b h e r t \ fii L i I j t n if! t il t b, £ t ; fi hf it n h itt p n i n t ir ! LU Imst v l n ^ , ] iini'; u i h i t h i n 0 t I rcs U t p i n p t r l y \ h n ic its. 1 f r L l l P i n o n l T \"\I I "- f i l M I x out r C i i il v i l l Penn i R * D II i.. \IA"i \ ( t c rn j O i n a v S t thurs "McDonihl ^ t rn\ A i t c r n f y p I SI \TT OJ- t^f OH EJ W M ( AKT n* ^ fit ceitf» d L f O t t e r s t t n n u nLir 1 on the fc-^tato t rp "\\ M ( ^ t r t i l i t e oC he t t \ f *. t i n c l l u v l i e hi; Cte c o L i n t j P r --(vi h \ J t i f , b e e n in cd o Ui i u d c i ^rt c\ t C.G n h* reb; ^ n n t i I p u- i n d t b r c 1 t o sr I 1 c t Lit, to -ml r- ur nodi UP n-x\ m e n t ind t tho"0 his nif, cli ms IL, u n ^ t h f 1 samt to i r**f Til t i l m r i l v i i hen t i c lc I l r -«t t l o n u n i I I I^A C Mf t \ K T N I \ I \ c i i l r i \ ^ I L ) I i i r \ l o v i\ o n u C o n n ^ I t,v Ule Pa I n Mr Ct N t K l c e t o ^i \i rn : n tractor* \ I £ \ 1 I I ! HI- ck i That v Inch is happening now on the other side of the Atlartic is no longer a s.ni£t;le in w h u h c asscb or nations, alone arc interested ML markird is interefa (d m the i c s u i t of Ibis strut, I O H III N T -- b L l N i - ^ H I D UOOMS f o r 1 i i L 1 -» net- nit, H3 S Sixth St J I NT - R M a -tt t M i n M Pit i c u d i l i 1 ? Tnd ( U n ac ion tin! p o r - i on 10 di.t J. is no longc" a capitalistic w a r or an impenli R v \ a r or a lationahstic i\a It is a war of hu i am ) Jt is a war be icon the \ iddie \grs am thc t A c n t i i - U i tcnti. bt.iweeu C U L V b e t w t p n re r e t H e n d a ? k r c s « i a i d I I L ' I I fl L v ar ras not snca a* thc bc^mnins It b s ^ come whit it is iat£[ Jt js pDfc.--ibl that t insf that p)a tl P k td ng roll i i this strii*; ^le tlo net u n d e i M ^ n d it i r e K a i s « r | o and Hirnlenbui a ev J t n l l \ do u n d e r j H1 and it hc% ^ic t i 0 h n n q Cor tht UrKnos* it thc Middle Agos Oil er M e tnev \ o u l r l not h u i (Mined on 'Lc v ai (n such "nthu-i t n The c t i t e r~en of t h e oth°- side are begi n 13 t r s--e th s Pi 1 1 nt \\ Ison t ms to um'cr and bo^i of Ml ti t 'lit allies arc fi HJng 1 ^gair tlie da.rk loices o r mcd e\alisri SI i i ST 01 b \ i i --c oor reti.ib e lioir i i r % H )ine r^.\ t rt. t_i.U I U 1 IS I I ! l \ M ? t o p i i N r--i nsned r i m s f u f i r l i., u 1 -- \ \\ I I! A tl u ' I 1C * , rt h n 1 t, " 4 g n ON GOOD I I I \ \ 1 I r\\ M f 1 81 i j t If Oil ider id L h To a iva ihai has issuin" I =;jch a i-l u icier o n l j i «ak t l t o r f s n - peanu ) i t i c n r s incl rnrro^ n iml d egi i ts cjn tenn n nt-Utra 1 I v m p ho n-,s nnn ud ^ omen w h o thi k inu t di c sMiic Coi he Gen m n b 01 Vnd thoughtful peorlt on ^taid Dov n w i t h nd an o^n ic least of I - T l 1 i t F- -\ i \i ] --TUM X TO ^ A n l H I ! b h t. \ni ^ f t t o t. t i n t y I i r '-x I in t i l .Min I ! u 1 -^j \ n i i i i l \ t i inL-s C t if-r C \ \ » - t n r L i d c o t n \ it h o ·i (v LU Ji u n t i l m OL M t n U v \I i - M l ) 1 I S Pin i Lt 11 f n k \ M i*nft dli M L " v t l r I 1 - f r t «, n t r u e ion f d lib j f t i i r t i n f ire, 1 c n r r f t f f l n o r H s t t n i u it I r t ^ t ( ^ of J ir h f rt 1 n o w i s N V h i t f B - i l M p ind t l e n "uct n o f f t i e and \V(*rtrr rci md c u n t i s i b o u t n i.n'1 nn h a l f in IPS n r t h i ^ t i t ! r Jcvp^ rt rtn th^ J o u n l ^ l n rr ri } Jci I In,, f r r i m Ton ells* i l l c to Moun F l f i . ting the biggest, ripest berries on lop of the box often appears in clothesmaking--a showy surface to hide the absence of good f abrice and good tailoring. , In the Kirschbaura suit you get here, the standard is just as high, * the workmanship is just as exacting in the details that don't show as in those that do. $20, $25, $30, $35 HORNER CO. 106 W. Crawford Ave. Connellsville^ Pa. BI-IK or r Tjit Pompinj IT pood crt?d t Hi 1 t n t I ^ T I I I J . quid t o ri pt-i crnl u C f , - ) the -unount of h- pripo-^tl \ t i ^ p n n u d \ \ i t h e t h c r or thtl prf i ST!" tl f name nuido payable 1 to ho I-01. u r n r of Jie r ^ u u n t y Th» i h t to r « j *n or all pro P t i !·; P t p r ^ ^ i i rnfipr-ifd. IvIs!NGl-R, C o u n t s Coatroilf in t 1 1 . t tl f r j n t j T'OI ] I nt. n cr f i 1 1 House I P ns-y!\ nn. C u n t \ T. rl = i r " 1 t -,, inn f In / r li J olJ C( m r t f n n*-! ( i t nrtM H " ( F 5 0 0 ) t r srt, M b m i l i 1 I '1 one 1 ! o(H'- ^. t h \ r nn L N t r » m l AT ONCB ONE LTNOTYPF OPEIvATOK AT THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE -t \ J m l i t i r I U.J i J . to i ' t th i j i . J e m 1 Tiilunrv i -n a n j , id Austria \nd -cram \\ ar i n t i l the tv- eutieLh cen ur) m Mctor jus o^ er the Middle Vt,p^ u n t i l Di n ocra v 1 as shat oiod 11 i p e r t a h in nn il pio^rcib has, cm h d reac ion u n t i l ipht h i s drowned t d ir 1 nr-ss ' nd u n t i the h u m a n cf 1 Las 1 rn n de sr ui e f n r c « c r cau st ieud" i\ r°artit i and daiK TCSS ai!--wi 'inur r e ^ r l to c is'-os i d partios-- -i«st -tand i nited and fi!,ht or (he ^idc of p ogress Dem ot rac* i-. Ii£?ht Progress is m dan "· - The 'uture o* the human race s at sta^e To look down upon this c, t^ntic, struggle, at such a t me Trom philosophic »heicnts and quibi le or vci ccndemr both sides a'ike is *nore hai idioc) It is c n m i n a l A.ml m si'ch a time Victor Berger ot \\ i c con-In declares hat if he i ^octed lo t 1 "» T Itcd States Senate lu v ill demand thar our cuntr v th dratt its ajmies from Lurope \\ e have no doubt but that he earnestly i eans w h a t he savs just as the chat erer TroUkj eaine^tlj rreans what he u s Eut to withdraw he American \ t r a j frcm Lurope at this moment iicans to heJp the German Junkers {' i o\\ n the dcmoci acies of Prance Mill I I Sir i L t HI U \ st Crn. ^ f ] o i s v · v l O l B f~ b n f- i roi ' 4 1 f and u \ r^ is t Sc t t i l a l I Ol " to 5] f. n t_r IL.LI ' 1 L1 L f u d iif-t n K ing Tt * footveai that ·women belie\c in, as v e have for \ oars if \ on them n \ L i U l i 115 ne\\ that'b good is here foi ^ our choos- BUtck, \\hi e C i c v and Bicnvn SHoes--Pumps--Oxfords f NN \r 1 Tri j.te I ho i r ORJ \( i N Ifi KK j x i u i i i r f I U A R h l j m J i t i r o s t u c i of ti es tubes i«,es^( -i a i d Ford i n r t s Si s i -\crij;* ^11 ^ r nioi h O w n e r in d i f t o n K r o n t o r inili f f M i u I M b l l M O T M OMP \.^\ Scottdite I a )ni t v tf i OR fa vLf .. Vf cj in tv o w n s each and ji i ts c f ti es ing of the conSict ^re a v i tonous end l ns'ipd and Italj in blood and nn In \\hrn he \ ill na-e made a v a un these *o put back \ cholas i o"ninov 01 the Russian th**on° "v!\ho in fail to uadfrstand this now ^ 1 vnone novv t dmi f s *hat it" this now " TH! Ci"nPVT« ON. Th.c gubernato-ial campaign Pennsvlvacia has opened with a and all the candidates for the several ! Government had no en f ered^he vvar a offices are now at sri^s w i t h their i ^ a" ago then it vvou'd have to do so ·work Secaior William C^Sproal. cand' da*o for the Republics nominai on for sovernoi is in the wes er" ead 01 the state, while T Dem \ 0 Neil the no-par -v candidate for Jie banic of fice, Is la the (*ast Scatter bproul 1» accompanied b Seiiaio K.\\ Td f Boidlen'aii candidate fo the Kcnub Ilcan nomination for M t u t t n a n t gov \.re the Social sts standing outride the h'man race 9 Cm thev w i n w h o n ' e hunan race lores'? Do the Social- f O U f a VLB-- T H I U l A N B O P T L I N ( o Dost b u « J l n n n s in tho f i t j f r i T 1 m o r ) f \ i n \ c s i e O doing 1 cnoug-h hu icbs to eI"pIo^ t w o t r u c k s Pod'-o i to m\ co i r This is v- oft 1 " n.n\ m i n s consicl er-vtiun M ill eicli you t h i s b u s m o s b f o r e l e a v i n g D VMD H A R D E N pi o p r i c t o r Siinaytfd FOR S \ I D -- E X T ^ V L X P G f c 1^1 Ur ir ^ i t c m i h o g ny fin -h u p h o ] urctl M ini-h it t t h ^ i consists of d 11 trnoi ind t,ood i31 c»l on nntr^'-s t u c 1 i r p e r o c k c r i ind larprc *li ii?rli l i a r O n l j u s ^ d h n r t irr c o ui t tf I i r o n ie\\ TMs iv i l-lig^ prnde su t Td n ill be "JOM at birj.i n A f -o ti"! D ou t r t e - _ i r o n 'icd ind rmtrc^ 1 I n n e CO Second %-UioTLl ^ i i k 1 uili ns 1 or "i n Ui il)i tmcnt N o 1 \\ n te b ront bui Ping o v c n l n g - ^ "Sotlcc or DST vi r or CH VRI rs KL"\ Vt iponer late of tt-t, CHJ of Conm \ i l l p c o u n t y o f F a j e t t t . a n d ^ t i t e Penitb\ \ i n i u decei td J c t i _ r s t id m i n i r tirm r n the i o v e m n i u d t.s I N expect to mum e the Soc a h s L j I a t e ha me b t t n f c ] in Ld 0 t h e undc^ o i d e r in. hea\eu and not upon the n n a l u n r e ifa hi r c b j M v ^ n to al e i r t h 7 \nd ^ahen the w h o l e civilised !»"«- indebted to said est Ue to world JID«I under the he. I of the Gorman Junkers do th Social sts e\pect to establish democracy and brother crnor nhii" Mr ONoij Is personally / hood under the foot of Field MarsL attended m hid carapaigi b John R, t A on Hmdenburg? mp- p % i n e n t ind to those hav ipainst fie ^ime to )re i t h TM properl's. a u t h e n i c i t e d for se tlcmcnt A N N \. M. "\\ \ G O N m \tl m i n i s - t r a t r *c 104 East G r ^ e n ^ L r e e t C o n n l l « \ i l l e PL H G M \- \ t t n r nev 9niabt t h u r s YOUGH TRUST COMPANY "The all-the-jeai-round store," because -nhalever the season, are al\\ays filled ·vntli new, attractne merchandise Buying quantities for cash ard selling at moderate pi'ces Keep our stocks at top-uotch month in and month, out It is no-w Mav time and Thi if t time, the season calls for women s raiment and here thev are in all the new 'rtyles Beautiful waists, Trtute and colors, a superb line of 'women's skirts, ·wash- able if you want them silks of the most beautiful patterns, serges, and other kind There are numerous tempting offerings of cotton fabrics skirting, stnpes and plajds, 3n a charming arraj of color srhemes enbodjin? almost every particular ihade at reasonable prices Dresses and piic"s that have the art of pleasing, for misses and chi'dien G Dod values are like a magnet -\ou have only to s»e those \\e are dispjayjng to be attracted There is a \vonderfulh attrac- tne lire of -ftomen s misses and children s hos- iers in all the beautif i! shades, to match the fanQ colored shoes Goou large stocks of glo-\es Mlk and cotton made in %hite and all the fancv shades summer headwe u for children m all the novel stjles at i,erv moderate and -\erv reasonable iinces It is a w f u l l \ haid to get children s neckwear somethms; that is becoming and to match their clothes but you can get them at our stores If vou will take time to Msit the nearest Inion Supplj Comparn, stoie ^e assure ^ou there are many lines of goods that we can save TOU monej on You ha%e most a 1 ! £riort convenient fatree^ car seriice short automobile trips; go to the country store and do \oui shopping 63 Laree Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. 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