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PAGE FOUR. X-HE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVOJL.E, PA. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1918. HENRY P SNYDER. Founder azu! Editor. 187 9-191*. l^ubiiakcn*. K. AL SNTDSR, President. JA-S J DRI3COIJX ^y aad Treasurer, Business JOH2) I* GANS Managing EtUtoi WALTER City Editor MJSS LTN-VE B. Societj Editor MBiIH£*K OF ApsocUicd Press, Audit Bureau of Clrcu'sMon, Pennsylvania Asyociated Uaitles. fwo ceits per copv 50c p^r month, lo per ear by mall It paid U ad\ancfl *3ntereii as *ecor 3 cla r s ma tor at the potofflce Conrellai. ille Fa. ·TlfCBSPW tYE'G, 30, 13IS. to become benetlciirles of all the sacrifices that the aonored dead ha\ e made and the equally honored living stand ready to mate OBSERVATION BALLOONIST INSPECTING HIS APPARRTUS BEFORE AN ASCENSION Come on boys the officers called the Americana in the battle at Cantife- ny and tue sprai b 'or^ird -without hesitation For once you can take the v orcl of me Hun that the. de spitted Yankus did come The moro Frits' str^cheb the Allies, hit the greater \viii be the kickback toward Eriln f-om ^\ru Day cunt, A"chariiLh Connetl s BTO.M icb cc and threatened oblivion Qttins act to prt,c--de ilei^orijj ^orm, people had planned U n i n t o w i t o d t j b u t t h e to p find weathe- cool t u o u ^ h In ConneJlsville I CT.VC it to Gem r o the bocht.s at ht. .1 t o c h to hd."d It r!rh time The Conrler'i* Scrrlcc Z~] WILLIA.M P SHERMAN Hospi ai U n i t U m « n c v n Ex pedUtonarv Fortes P r i n c e PAXiPH F 3LIGEI Company H J19«i In2 atry. U 3. N A. Ca*np Lee Petersburg Va, MICr* A.fcL OrRCTwVLDO H_UtOLD RICHLY Ea.t'ery B, i^ietfl ^.rtil o y 3Sta IM\». on U S, N t 1A.OYD U COX Company * 3"th. t ngin^irs U S. \ I o r t Mver "\ a. JUUIUS CKOLSfc, Company K 15th Bi plneers (Railv *xy) Arrt.ricJ.n Lxpe- ditiomo Forces France J I M L S J McPVRTL-OwD Company D a;i-d L'-^nocrs (RaUw a Fort Et.r jamir Ha-nsfm IndnJiu.p6"- liv Indiana. L F M I U T President Grart, U S. :i% J ttj tt'alt Member ol The A*«»e*»tttd Thd Afcsoclated Press Is ex clusUelj entitled to the use for re pub! Seat ion oC all cu*tf dis patches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thia paper and aUo the local news published herein. 100 tftUI I f t e n w r i n t m h-ir d and m o u r n and. fi.cn tints. 1 got in U u t ^ h and all the iroub c~ 1 h a ^ t b j no li^tie come beuLiun I .alked too much I can t re -Jtriin "i i t.agcr j t w s v.h£t tin.re i a uhance to spring liot ur I a i,ut- L A u r 1 unun cause ind t \ t . r j ijUbjcut c \ e r v v , b e r e Tht l(.sa I km % "bout a thxnic the more u Arm pi itltud* s I ihtd 1 talk j r m i my he* ers st earn ar il 1 om ce j. brickbat on m j heatl I uied to Ii i v f ,,001! f r i e n d s ii tov.n \v th h l f , n clasi, men 1 -vy L-, fn t o u c h bu n v- tln.% a l w t j s t u r me d o w n i t 1 ct. VLI v I alk too much I bt,*, our Ic i ling boi i nci*; m n t,oncea thi m.sel\ts u hen i druw near U i t w i l l not show i h e r n ^ i K u s ib-un u n t i l t h e j Mnd the 1 tr ci stai e clear "\\ i,n 1 itrl^t to li ind out siush to n n k e a httlc iir-J«. a.'pet.Ui the .iiMl tors g t n up and rush for %1 the ftri t. ^ayes In reach I 1 now !t ^ -nj beset m e s i n t h i t h i n g cC t i l k i r t , n.1 tho dav but wtitii at sp Umj, men bog-In it ^ roijrbfv- hard to break n.wa-\ I m alw aj ^ t r v m t , to reform but \ \ h e n I ste i ejjT.net. o talk I i TSV a r o u n d i"d "ant Liid storm aid pus i p nic [~niruiR;e i min/1 the block Tf'ei p^o people Dat me on the loipt v i t h wooden J L t, and c l u b ind crutch inl tH -ne 1 U o u l d tocid », home and sla 1 - t^er-o for T a l K too much . ( O M F S v \ \ \ U b s n i sm !e t iW C O N N -J-LbN I I J I SI I j ^ '"in i if i r r j in h T I U N \ I j 01 J U l I M i O K I ft* n I ur 1 r L t T ON C J OKTl 1 i j \ \ D ck r f I M H \J ai I 1 nO . f « n i l i n a \ i f 1 \n obasrvation b^l oon s luspucl ng Ins tek^liom e q u i p m e n t befo c going up to ohtjCrvi. ^aoru\ ineb ii^d nioiciacnu sa Jii. '10 inai be aiK to '·ond his rep-ms without fail lor apoa his iL-poitsi depend tho oraers o£ our coimuandcrs IF AKF DO THINGS TKV.T Vi OETUY. At no period in our h story since the close of the Kevotutun ba\e w e teen without old soldiers among our population to inspire us 1.0 new sac- nfice* as our coitntr ha= had need and to lead us in doing honor .o the memory of those who h . v e earlier given their all in their ccuntn-s service Vfben the 'War of 1812 i losed mir^ of the followers of "SVastmglon l e e Morgan Greene and other Jeaderb of the Re^olutioi were men just pa="* iriddle lite Thirty-three jears later »hen General Scott co npeiled the capitulation of the capital of Me\ico man ot hu, soldiers had sersed through one or more of the cam- paifns of our second war with England But 13 \ears el ipsed until General Scott became the fi'-st chiet hi command of the arm cs of Jie North in the initial strufgle» agamst th e armies of the South Boih w e r e : largely o^cered bv m e n who had! followed S'cott to -victo-i south of the Rio Giande Onh. a hi-d of a ce'itun passed after the Civil \\ar unti v.e became engaged in the conies' tbit ended in the freedom of the peoples of Cuba i aad the Philip? nes frjn Spanibhj rule The men w h o b-cued all the dangers of tie ca-nns n-rches bat- tlefleld"! and prisons during: the con- te^t between the stateb both o' the j FRENCH VETERANS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE YANKEE SOLDIERS to t u t a the uie to MUCK) arrt u umpban r t f j o i u T h v are hokhug t t. c i c u n u i! bi, -M^II ^ad iti p^.- appt, ir 1'raj 0-od jv h u i u i i i i u o i rt. jji.nt.aDcc asui sat,i3Hc j? l i f t -Uis bi.a\\ hand iiom the nationb n u a l f r a t t l e TM _r_ c mint TN thu j o u n g d Co -ing from t h e titld of , Hen. ..o stn-ri. \ o u r s i i ni \u.Ui_} Adcllni, l u s t e r to u r sto--T. Doming here w l J i T. ou o mJlj M o u t h f u l t3-ad to sltep bcs d ou Mothers bra\e toda-v irt brsngins- Out of Picard arcl t lanUtrb bp e"dJ(] ioul 1 - arc ht«n-*«a*-d « i n 'In t i cr Crtcrfom s brav c "Tjm-ndt rt ^ o ^ the Flas that j ou ] cpt n \ i n s F-ictitj., a f th c res that t i c J ou Onct. ifealn our v o u t h an. dyinj, fa. 1 C ( I d the j o u n p arc d y i n g Fo- t 1 L riaf v h h - h o-ic T.OU li'teu t to pi,ths of so]fl"h pl«T,-»Ure H-vic o u r c h i l d r e n i, children drift ed golo t»t in "Min o u i m n k d c t t h 4 niLisu-t J-or th b j n n t r hl^h a.b it, wu ; to ' tw u ith s o u v o u n K m n ire !j in,, i an C So Icier* t--u \ w o r t h y f' \ou i [[(r^f C o r t J a u e d * 1- om Pn.ee Otie. m a j o t«u mo^c selections i \ \i d. ibc prof TI.LI) v-j,g tile pn^c paci L^G 1 inju e lit lit, e m u blovvl 1 ·ma d g i _ t l L C l l ) froji beh».u(I tbc n ul i b e r i j tre or ; hatcher Uie c iu a i ougc w on tLc i tiigd i id a Ua'Knl 0 t n ce itcr oC the roa rufti bom w h a t l i l t a lot of u u id to cio m n^h s c h n i l onU he ^ad all Jie b. i Loufi U cc t i thi, \sorh He \ ai till 'slenrit ard fur Pi 1 - hair \sj.s com JLC! ot Ins di{ ulai f ce \*crc ! ghtl-v tinted u i t h Aimrf (out of a ro ig c bo\ I thnk) ard ht wore n n d t n a ^ e r s b) c i \ j b 1 ^o" L and J.,LL B.J.' t ion V r u\ i f 1 Ui iiul c Ufa 10 natch Sirtori t ly j Le was p r f ( i Uoj a r a e v c u i o v c v i ^ s a [ i P t u r f II \ d i t o d \ i t 1 cl | d ti^n Js un il ul u ^ j gun L an 1 11 LU n nouic td tht. t !,_ o! hi 1 , pi etc 1 thought l u j ^ b u . I \ is i ' oui M n c Man liK \sbi. and Dn t,^n ar u \ c inkin. back i nic bi t ^iicn if t;ot BOY SCOUTS OF CITY INCREASE FROM 12 TO 136 IN TWO TEARS I H O V ST I I I K K I \^ I I b O 1\ m « ( t i i n r u , c y in ooil r*- \plih \\ \ fa MS fahj I ( 11 ,, dnu It ^ \ \ T J P --- I \ 5f H P K S C 3OP uii. s Si -uU - W f i k \]jp!\ i M l 1 i C VN V \ N C M N I SI- M \ M . A I b H I N G COMTAM Dunbtir. 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FR2 Ii Insr wh. tl P- I t is a ci J l n f f curd a^le h i l l or tho flucsL eiit,ra\E,d v . e d d i r I n \ ! t i K n o- announcrrn nt "V\ i. prln t n y t h i n f -- e v e r l - h l n p -- do it promCt 1 ' onJ ln i rij.hU Call the man at T1LJ C O L H 1 1 R (Hep Both pi nt B 27-tJ ] )U K r NT- tl n If q u i r i . ! Kor Rent OM T I T ! 1 : J" \ i u o tr I I NT--1111 ! I .11 ir mm ! I kOii t ^ ! for M 1 - u u l h iw ice "S\ulJ ih pretl f ^ it soH U -n 1 ^ jd talf e v, c r -tit Joan O b jh e to Paul "_ o od bj a lartc s t '-iuch T t i IPOV ) t h i s-nn iKo ' b 1 tut n u 1 - \ irm t, f 111 I n " l ^ i r l ) r-l ( c n o '-ant j-nr - t t c ro t*ri i I i M -TH ilk r I H I Tr b alt. S I I [ !' r I mo L)J SAT I - -- A A J V J U J t l ISI^G In t h i s papt.r "i^U for rites r i o t n l i r ihe I.T i pi J ul CAMPAIGN TO CONSERVE SUPPLYJF GASOLINE Var Needt. n big Of course I v h u s?j \s c.s s n t p t b to t c t e ci j* 1 sht sin^ ^ ****** F,»t . U n Jiuc their sons wbo fought in 9S base felt then brsa=U s^cl! ^ith a ne\\ thnH or prid^ as then descendants hate marched awaj In khaki under one Has just as roadv to make sac- ^ nfices as /cre the r sm s and grand- | ^' sires when the too, answered dat si A campaign for mw,ln savmg of call j Easolme so the war mjeos of Uio Unit- Short'y alter the clo-= of the Cmll ' d Sta es and her alllei m »J be met !·'· » Uar the Grand Sirmy o' ie Republic. f u l l w i n bt 'an iched by the goiern- Icha-ces ire j ated fthe beaUlft I custom ofl" 1 TM 1 wlthm ^e nest '»-» «--ki 'n H'o -.cincc c m i l 1 1 umlor taiJ » ? t LU nubofh i \ »,r wo- 1 o T sola ir J nglibii o I f i" of \ 3 ina^li up i o U\ ri g -i c ^tn nl i i iitMc'qtia t s at Un 1 t u Th f n , t % i t!) crt \ n l t a i !oi i' cum or _ ' l u i IP,S UK! i ro r c " ani'i neii f o u i tn oiis aid So fort. 11 L j r - , \ l ! -- I N I 111 l u - , 1 I r n i U u - t! 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OM J 1 a tit o c ijo the umbers iMia tbe -est of t iLin Tbc i st o f the pro^ia i up ot more solos b\ t IL form!? i s c£ tic"s b t c FI lie c IP is and n Jtlirr ( i - i n c of ihe ?lo c u t p r Tom i n IK to IIP lotion Tlie-e a L not n c o ^o the ] i Vi\ n' th( srr H UK byis T in It. o|, - j, ni r i l i r p i- n COM) iXA I t i l 83 D u n ! ir ] 1 H I Mi, i Ifo nor non I 21 e it" { d T rorp 5 v. i h 12 j ' --= = i ^ is sucr edod bv R i l p ' ^^_TM m ' 1 Lj I lT ' O 11 i -cmr Tin K ' }S~OM CM \ \ 1 N C J in ohai p-^ ( F l \ q | 0 1 llt Ur nl- v o ^ r i l a i n u i U -^ ra^ li f VL ro original! sirevnni? flowers upon the grues their fallen comrades a^ a tribute ot rcspcct v to their memo-ies bitter jears o' cml s nfe Save receded and new issues l a v e arisen to cement our citizenship in t o a common brotherhood the services ot Memorial Bay have bi oldened m thei scope trom %ear to \ t a r until thev haio come to include within their War needa of Jxe countrv which at kindlj function the decoration of Uie last -estmg place of ever} soldier Tfho has fought in all the wars m winch* our countrj lias been engaged iXnder the soft«nmg mlluence o- time and the comple e reunion of both sections of cur conntn into one nation there is just as much of love the ou break ot the conll ct it uat, es As""thc umaled »ould tol^! JS)000 gajlons a day have been more tlan tripled The United Suites has tal»ea o v t i Iht, greater part of ihe lueling oC air planes for Uie Allies ab sell so tluit iLe neeos ot this ore brand ot tie service alone w i l l run into millions of gallons and w i l l unle=* drastic economics are brought into plav curtail t c t t t m n i t n i . 'h i'l lot fo bW so n u u ^ tin \^ben v e u r o i r IiO ·· if rolo «1 boi I n ]]·)= n o* ul i' in n 18 i n c m b o th Ttis a i\tli inop H ^ S s l i Icri 'Jcv AI h PTM,O \ M ] h j ?( The t r o j p h a - - ri or liais L r a w f o r d t n u t f - t e en h t t to pav think O rt J^mg hunc cd Prnatc \\ P S the amount left for other uses tremendous 1 Figures compiled bv government experts on 1 the basis of 6 849 000 gal ions production a- day iiuicaie a pos =ible sa\ ng of 1,500 jOO gallons a day o- 22 per cent through economical use of gasoline and ..he nreven- PATRIOTISM KE'AWS 0? FATHER BREWMN'S ADiCCSS At p i e , i i tliorc in 1"( or-rnts in M tic 1 t n i p ip r n" \\ ich -MO 10 first cln = srruS \ \ l ~ i ] i v i o lined V m r n t bidup" "_ con(' cH=s 5rnu*s m i I t c tie foot «u tit-s The nn or o' t c hov«i ir* i i i l n i m o d and i -· ronlii"- m l T i i * i ! i c Itf it tlirmigh J a t e v llmglj per en.cn Leaky tank aang the graves of fieir northern ammg ot cars and leaving the en- brothtrs In recognltiin ot Che fact gmts of au'omobiles unning when ttet ihe men who wen out n the] cot to service are to be especial ob- Contlnued Trout Pato n-e. called conscientious objucloi ^ ,10 are not r e i i i v m cu tot a tl oo ott^a ' thiow Ov'er hen B efi-sji c o \ v j i d i c u ^ t h e c l o i k of hores religious p ~ m - I ciplc^ We alt natc \vai lud we all f IOM. peace \% t a I d i p r e t i t t war foi I unjust aggie'-sion biu v c co.nno and WL mus uo t onjoj a p aci. w i t h d i s - j honor Our splendid V rt, icd-u n n ! i lathe Jian ptaci. Our b a\e n u n vvil 3qgt as much of tenderness JUSL as L i OE O j nlnch of admirat on of a va'iant foe It ^ m ^ d lrec ti On that the hard- mi decorums the gr./e- ot the e?t dr ve [gc eoonom5 mlt bc madc |''ood (3enianr 0 i southern soldiers as there i- m decor Leaky tank ^^ aDd wagons use i eb s I"" suc ' a pl ' cc not pa i oa to ou claufcb crs a h t i it ige o MI A rt cowardice 01 to GUI sous a flag b i ncd \\ ih djslionoi "L. t,\Jl tu a c l ' v l c u :l.i-(i i n (it* H . s n n c ( n l nn_ . ""{a ^ ' ^^u t "j u i - m v l l u l -American war were actuated jects of attack by the !-ame nobl- im ni se as those Tae second largest consumption ot I who went out ,n 76 in 12 in 48 a n d ' gasoline at the present time 3s cred- elMos ot o u r E ° c l n m e " ^ c i u e » t b e P etulaat a n L 61. equal tribute 1= paid to their iu.d to pissenger automobiles, with a dent ot this snl 2 tbt, pi £.~-C .remei dous dailv requirement of 2 000 000 gallons J.o« that we S'aie boen engaged Arraagements made so ta.'- do not in- over a yea" in Jhe greatest of all wars l dicatc a rationing of fcis for passen- if not the g~eatC5L c history and ger cars but borne steps must be the sons of the \cter nu of 9S and taken off eials sa/ to cut down this grandsons of the vc T e r aus of 51 are item througl- voluntary elimina.tioa of fading graves in far off Fra"cc a useless trivel new significance is ~ n c n Memorial Commercial consumption totals 1 - I com P a e(J Da and the need has come to s '11 300000 gallons dail\ estimated at 10 j attlim i more widelv pxtend the tender mm- per cent of the dail output. Motor- anj pdtitnoc \ \ i t h g lacker Ihe Pros, i did countrv i;, todav oi I'-oUc-; to vabt and n-duv idcd and i^r SOMSRSMOTSSTS I)c-l.-rt(l D i n t l Is Out of 1'roportinil · icoin to ri r url r SOMEKbLI '],i 0-Sh»nn- I e'- er C \\arnei ind olho' Somorsi t cc H tv off cKls n u i. talp llp ,, ,tb the d j i t a n , ^iieuls nf Ice ^ I k g e d disc i j L - n c i c b in tho L u m b c i of men call c i o n a i i i i 1 11 n } iervico f i o m tms L Mi j tn -\ i r \ ^5 \M t 11 c i, i ^ c c c md ir f [ \ Ji p l l u i t L ill kc \ · w i t h ch mr of rap \i p r u n e u n i c*.-5 i ^r i. 1 hj.\e mi j t u n i t . C u r you t IH i 1 it a t u I -,ti.ai] b , a n t n for t h e i K h n n r 4 ^ M l ^ l ^ i t C r i ^ L i d \\ I HE C'X I ^ f r o i« ucro f,r uixJ ^v c j j t , Ct fruil i t H st O)K f ur Ui c k c n li u-^ !,( d w ucr I ciit J ai j L stnicr i i LH ru id to M mit I Ic i i t lo i i n u t i v i I k f r o n trol!e\ l i n t i l i i s p r p r i \ v i l l j offc ed at p u b t ur I ij J MC 1 it 1 o c C l l l J S T I N X C V K I I T L D -iOniaj H A d m i n Z M r u l r i x s Notice ' STAIL or "n \ i W i ^ j r lau c t h e i l v l l L COU ot 1 IM. I / eniihj Iv tin i ti co LSI. m i n i s rat ou o lilt. o u n t j IT (lie last cal 170 men were t i i c h i v i u o q j n e d b i t i tei a cj| for 10 morel '·' Kne ° ""iiti. l^n aa issued m iking Ib*) Of these nn^o'hau ^1 orti.1 Cjtniiatefl with othe-|" = ' poulalion consideipd this SIM mrabr- is eon^ dered fa- oo la go I n ,| 1 ,' It ib dcoiared that Johnstown and Cor oilier cities an qxtt ng credit w t h ' " c ) vo uni ' ai . ins a.k-xii, *" " p r l ' "rK A IO? - v i l l o Pa v a u t h t n c I K d f . ^i A\ U N1- it \ 'ast C J L n sin 11 C M \T M l c ^i n C£ t n r ·eatlung t at it takes a courage more rj enlist ncnis of Somerset coimtj mec It is believed tha. proper | c-etlits h-xve nr. ^ce^ a l l o v e d either than huuiap to faco tlltm and a jpor Somerset conn i /one for men of d n f t l ) hunau mind to b o h c tliem To a -Mie vrho v o l u n n i i l y eite ed the s r thinln g l o v e r of i s c o u j t i though "ce Shrr ft Vagner said the tleple are made thcv aie tnf iag tion of young- m^n In Srneiset c o u n t y IslraMons of the dav We cannot so 1 boats stationary engines and clean- to- Prance tc lav our remembrances 1J J? establishments dalii the greatest on the freshlj turnel earth thai portion 2 043,900 gallons or SO per marks the resting place of those who ce n* ha\e Yielded up tnerr ' oung lues that wft ma\ be spared v-ssalage to a power that would do, ilnate the nat- II KHII ff* ° fst loos of the earth Bit in spirit w« j| Ji lei© VSFSffil H®apgif cao itand beside ih(«i little mo"n*t that dot the fields )f Praace, as in the flesh we stand tcaide tlj« flag- MRS CORDELIA DEARTH Mrs Cordelia Deartn. wife of John ~ -*" ^«»%*ci»* jjci LU, wiie ui jonn marked graves in oar cemeteries and | A. Dearth of \ew Salem died yeste"- do honor to the memory of both if,[day following an illness of para'ysls to the migmficent rcau,lu A 1 honor to our dead and Ii\ing heroes The\ earned Our Tlag That flag -vour fl^g tru.h of honoi s\Tnbohzes a life o£ and or freedon "Go bv reiser of the being caJlel \icc piescnts a scrioub siti^-tton for farmers Three "tfen Vrrosted. Throe -)iisone s \\ere g von bear- \ u t l c J - M A U Ol (OHS h Gl III f i l l C F l i t n v u b n i p oC S p r i U K l i id cuu L3 cf Fc cue in i s j . r o of 1 n n s j ^ n i l d co (.bcu Ij llorb tc in ( n j r v on th atio\c named L ^ l i t c \i ^ ! LH R i i n i (1 L h undi. bif. led ", Me is i h j m \ t . n u T.11 pcrs in 1 t K I M I ( T^le 1 ma c i unc li l ] i \ n nl nd to t! ibe h ^ v l n t r clai s it. U n s l i ., im l |»(.senc them Tr p«.rH u th u c i ed ror s e t t l in t } \ M I ^ C17IM D-LOinor ( o n i l ] s \ i ! l i t n i H I O H G Ml" 1 Ml n \ forth, unstained banner o f frecdoii j ins , before-Major John Duggan in Gods name and bring ba.cn free-'police cou-t this morning Two go,.' do-n to mankind Day aftc- o.ij our , cell sen enccs and one paid a s"! 50 ! prayais shaH rise like iccensc to Jio j forfeit grejit heirt of God that his Vng»ls of . Battle shall be at jour bido to maku. Desertion Ulpeeil. valiant jo ir cors to strengthen theii Dci=ic R o i n c ^ l u i g of 'Ueversdllo arms, to confound thci- encnlea ,h^s filsrt a li cl n divoice n the Bkeding France Is calling o u r , county court astm« her luisli UKI brave boys TLoj aro w a i t i n g anx Ilir\ j C Rom sbuit; alleguiE d lously for tho strong arm of 4mi-uca ec tion ..nd non buppoit AT ONC-n ' l O I 1 U V 1 O U \r int. COl 1,11 11 OKTICU The ending of May means the ending of a lot of special bargains in women's, misses, and childrens wear. There is a large variety of odds and ends in shirt waists, silk, gingham and percale skirts, hosiery, underwear, and other eaily summer goods for women, misses, and children. Big bargains all this week. S3 Larje Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Alleghery Counties. Ii White Gic'. Field Mouse, Bro-Rn and Black The \\omau i\ho demands a perfect fit, who insists on tht iie\\e^i and best snles, who desires QUALITY I OO1\\£4.R un! do well in coming to us We please you We save j ou money for a JJozue of T O L T oiui--n iho (Oinin^ jo^jfienco distrjc* of Con- 3 ellsvillo Out in ihp o])e u ' l ^ r i M f i s pient\ of fre«;li air and ·Rliero the kiddies L U I i m n p 11 d pl'n 10 tin i IKT* q {.ont nt \nd it b onh a j minute ca i Klo 01 a la m i n u t e ^ ilk fioin .brimstone Corner ,-. Right now \ o u can lnv ct i" isuniis 60\i 0 fcci--quarter acre tiaclb--it 1 i i H i f u l } r plai Cr j\, for as IQ\\ as __ . _ _ T h e r c s C H v vsitoi m f i o u t of i v e i v lot ind the P iblic School is 3Ust v Hlnu i btoni. s tlnov Tl i il of il t i c s , | 0 r b tost on j s SSOOO and u i u i i d -- 0 1 n as a i m i l t r of simulation tlin ,1 proic oae of the bf st investmLtus v o u v o ever n icle l o r f i l l P i r t i c u l a r s a n d Infomilioi A\rite C. B. McCORMICK, Agent, 1- O. lira J41 Cimn«!ls,!l]e, fa- Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results.

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