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PAGE FOUR. THE DAILY COURIER, CQNNELLVTM/R, PA. JU\E 3, 191$ Otljr Baihj HENRY P S2TCDBR. ftiiot and Editor 1879 1 THE COlint,H K- it. SNTDluB President J IS J DKISCOU* and Treasurer Business Manager. L. GANS Mutinying Editor "WALTER S SUM^EU Clcj tduop MIS;? LTNNE B ICI v.C£l*U Society Editor MEMBER OF Associated Press Audit Bureau oE Circulation Pennsylvan'a Absoclatetl Dailies. f w o cents per copj 50c per month S- per year by mail if paid in a.d ance Entered as second class matter at the injotofflce ConncIUv Ille Pa. If Republican newspapers of tie state had the hardihood to sa* the things about the Democratic boabLS that the r Democratic c-onteraporaneii arc saj ID.J, about the \ew Ft eedotu luuigrs of he state bow vocuuoui and indignant ^ ould Le ihe duudls of the truth of the a. -*e~ ioub But for UTjate] for the Rtp*blicau tbu need but to Una to those publications wLube Demacrac is of the Kind ih*u doca not --1 if r about w i t h e%ei t u o i mg \\ind or title in order to lea it the mne-mobt secrets, of bobaism ai it i^ being practiced by those \ino ha\c es- -id\ed the iole of Democratic bo--s m PennsjUinia tor informing a id au tirenuc n formation of cf is cJiaractt-i \\e are afcaiu indebted to our ebtt.rrru Centre count contemporary iht Celleionto ^Vatcl man v,bLch sa\s Mi \ Mitchell Pali iei memVr or the Dtrrocra ic natioial conunttee The Christian Religion The Single Hope II n r j "\\ at erson ir Mirth tlu i attire looks )tljit,k Lnvttiyh, ict it holds u IHHM, n *nuU liopt. One, ind o"*- I'"«^r n n l v , t u n urnst Ha ill s« «T mni s u e us. UMfr i*. tin UnMhui 11 Mill Hit tin , » , , ! , . . i x i ^ i 11x1 i ills tor Perni-ohann ough,. 10 clisccra m ·aOMAl LUMM., JVM .!, 191". ^ m|] ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ut n (ii llllcr]lc^, is tlu iit,- ut ( hu t ami Him ( ru J- tiul, (Ire h«lr»k ti ( iiH/Ji!ion; tin Mmnx and rtsuurn »\ till that i** north lui\um m tin world that IN. that $ni imniUM in tho T»iM to come, not us an tthMnutitiu, not as H iiinlJU uf seiU imrt lie- Jions; h i t as u mfctiti KH The Courier'* Service * WILLIAM P - Hoopitai L n i t L A m e r i c m 3 ·* pedUionarv Forces, t ranee ^ RALPH F SLJ.QER Conipanj H 319»h Infantrv U S. \ A Camp Leu Petersburg \ u. MlCHAt-L GRENALDO 11A1 OLD IUCHW Daltery B I ield Arutlen 2Sth Division U S, G LLOliD B CO\ ,* Cu wpan t 3"th Fngi et,r-» TJ S \. Port Myer \ a _ Comp i-ii L l a t h r-ngin ers - r a t l « . i % ) \rner can H-xp "* d i t i c f i - v n t t r c e - . P r i n c e J WI S J McP VRTL \VD -- Compani R a 3rd i.nj,ir« t.r^ Z U a i l \ i a \ ) t o r t Benjim r Harrison Indian ipo- hs Indiana RLSSI ^L L r \ H \ F T -"L S b ' r e s i d e n t Grant t S ot tiling. Hie V-unl in C*oiK (kM-trtu hj the ID ntlo »7- iironi UIHII tin hillside oi hil li-, s nirhin i] b\ j h t ( ro*»s ot ( i i l \ » n « lias surueil i n. r j 4is*..iuU. H i«% won irra\c.l upon Inml anil '·on t* meet the ilrniJhPst ot nil assaults Satan Inrnorf loose tor one luvt, final strttirfje, Tlip hats^r Imldh thn r down the Knee oi bnttlr -- Infidtl Oor- mam ncr»"i v t 11 u hi Hi ^ m p 110 rid -- **knH[ir" mr»In«;( Chris t- mnity -- t-lip C»ospel oi Hale nfranist tho C.o-pol ot lou\ Ilin 4 * it ho ^afiin p sonified -- *l\stlt and (TfxT* mtreh hiv «n\ ot prftolnini- Member ut Tlie «jvtndated Presi ^ Tbd Associated Press ts ex c l u s U e l j entitled to tho us* for repubUv,ation t all news do patches creU't-J to It or not othe \ i3G credited ia this paper and aUo the local nfeWfa tublishail L herein. pressing invitation LOI him to resign h pa t oifice Ht. forced n t t c Deiijcra ic ele^ oiate an oujccuon able candidate for go\e~nor ht, an tagomzert. ihe renommation of a capa ble and fattj-Pul member of Congress in his own district for no otttei reason than, that the Congressman rt/used to recog-Ize his right co boas t tnd he organized an opposition to aiiot h ei ! able eloauent and efticient Der ocrai I it Congressman A.rthur G Dew a t at I he Lrhigh Bert^ disirici for precise 1 } y the snme i**sufi uent reason Both aiC EaiiVuI supimriei* of U e Pre^i ' dent Lve 1 since Mr Palmer a umed j ing it--lor his *MrnV . t h e role oE parti, bo=s six car- ago i J he h~3 ruled vulh an noi rod Four , r ___ ·veais a.,0 he arrogantlj usurped the ngiit o make the platform o£ the paicj and cojiniured c to jwlwies re pugiian to nine tenths of the \oters and subversive of he party traditions o* a ct-nturv But supplied u ith a bargain coumei laden w i h political patronage he bough r with the freedom of a uuckstei and bnU i v . n i the }eciJtssne=s of a pirate \na i n j all tiie^e netanous and corrupt opor- j ationb ^o Ua ahuterod himself under u the name o.. Piesi(J*yi \\ IMJB lit know = that even. Democrat in Ne VH of the Paul Con A h « , Courier bwb, the Vive! oi IkstniLtjou, lilt, trued the lt\ilS o«u, liih aim and cud u IIt.ll uu cuith. t r did { rusiukr lilt fjutlJt i\c in j)i I)LT ·n u u^»uut tlu Vmiceii tluiu is Hiu,a,d fi out sutdiir^ oi tut ( ross apiiiist tht btniuui. Iho ishuca im nulnd iiltiiUcni. It HIL world Is to hi ba/td mini (iLslriHtwn--iiisvu it no less (ji i« spiriUal dtstnittuni--it ^ill Je savul nloni lj tht ( hnstiaii UL- Iiu-loii I hut rlmitn.iUd k . i v s the oirtli (» tttnml war. lur 0 » its innmo has been oririin* i«in^ and laliorfjii? li supplant it « J t h 'Imltnr," the niiia ot Jnfi- di lit). Hi r (ollCtie pnnosiors hJi\i h(Hm ohsossMl with it. Her mmcrsittis have seeUii.fi mth it l i j M d a l m i n c * * M \ s ( l f .uid «od" the kiuser hius wit tht Imperial soul upon il« "^ ken out armi* s haM run il to its l»n^-- nhen th«\ luue crushed it--uuiiifM will hnt hcen Riumtl unless (he tflon/ins l l n n m r ol Ihe Cross ji li»lt-- e t n as Mosos iiilo'l up (ho sir- pi ut in the wilderness--and the misled m is'.fs 01 GornuiiT are hnrii to arather itwnit H ind he- nonth it »s s.idh lho\ collect flu (J( hns ol thi ir nun mr fhr rrton- strnttum 01 ihe Potherl iniL \rro~YOL,VG MA. TO jf, sioi o I O MOOH1Z M I S H LAG I-UH K J T C J 3 1 N I AUMSTUO-vG rint 17niiv If vi, \vr; D -- ojjji Don t ni ittcr if hrolt ?li 00 por s-et S ! 1 root. \c ch ok b j u*ai TI mi n I pa * Ul in ^ j T ccl vt ^ id 1 Ij M A / r i i ^OfiT S i u t I f t l i btr«- 1 iln i I -i l j u n e t o work on rr] d r i n c or iur u n i t j ir» nt,hl i I i«!ht s I r»K \ p · \ f i r i l \ M C , C 3 l E NTFD-- T ) clpers w o r l 1" r nt pild In prop r t J o f a t t h e \ \ T ^T I I \ f o n n f Hf,* i l l e Pi BO""1 I S mochinik L vborers per h in I 1! \ N D l i r e i u n ^ pp in prrso i PO\S 1-.TI PI A N T Ijurit. 1 n L ^ V A V T P D -- GO'V 7 R 2f 100 clcrl s t "S\ a* i n i K n s ever-vvvhoro i n I P c unn«.ci"--ii^ ^T j, j,oveniniont ix s f f rm K t n pirlic M r Ti f^T M f- Ds felon I \ mil ( u n o J \ [ r r n in 1 u. mi* 1 ! for J C I I ON \ r 100 Fx mm ·· ) F \\ aslunfrtc n Iji ne Gc* a t K t i h r l o l v u l l p M r M i l t t(*p cvf f ,i ii U - ) \ n o f l n r ThA t l i r * 1 i UtltJtOk lor i d o i l 5 1 ·. 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( i o l ^ i a 1 omi j.i j o\ ( r : uMon o f t i e l u i t - r silling L I s%lvania reveres the s rea *- mai in the t ^ ouctll t 0 a emi in £*\ ir ( imirf)cii s \Vhlte Hoiiae Cut he sets up a ficn , 7 tt T 1 th ·rl t h f . e h L More and mor* dcfnittl\ ai d clear- lions opposition in order that he ma P aN , t h «. c r, t ' J ls ^^ " i 1 ' *i r i *; trade ipan n frmiHiship wMch he ^ ^^ ^ no *· "^ J ^ "* go |' : accused of bet of t hc-efoic ih U Mr Palmer Poll 13 "t I n v i i · in?- ^ n Hn 1 ( Jf -0 M M o u n t t U i-*ft i f K m 1 1 u ry\ i I" M I M C- ir n \ t c u n 1 LS 1\ is the fat,. beii£» brou^nt tome to i Thc j) em ocrat c part^ w i l l ci dure n o | n j ^ ^ nd " n that"" the e(t\ii t ) i en f i n n trans e ^ ant la! ^ tl f 0 r loadc-bhn I f ou- Hi in ur portat on and n ain'cna^ct of our hc Iare \\!i n m ^ \\allac» or Use i ·*"* ' r! "" t u J l ai-nied icroeb ia but one of ine costs ]aEe g aimKl j Handal or the l i i o ) of W " J J ' f n \f of the v,er L en before w e bccime ^ o b t r t j. p at ti^on rea Iradt-s o' U r inn mt engaged ia the connic ^e h«^i bcgim Jne ^ as the w e r e htwl atienivted the j IHA ^f *s f ^/i to feel the burden or uie w 1=10 and nt^ ^hich Pa'mer has trie ' to pull ^^ , ^ ^ ^ '" desirucUor H t wii v- i 1 - i n p f s n e U r ^ t ^cv would IITAC been cri Lifted b-\ M l J" i on the i hole v,orld H e r ing tuK ^^ ou ra^ed ikctorau Gut thib sell \i -r « o * i of prices for almost ( \ ( * c i t t l e of appoints pait-v in ocrit struts, for snuff r L r n ' human c^td ^as e\monct to us that ^ a r d j kt a co loi,sus and crushes all tfAri'.!' M i '^i p 1 T-" »* ! ^ ^ we had alread^ com-nonted t( pa% il ·» opposition 10 his whin- No man can i j t , .,1, U1 i a bill bince o ir nation has tecome t s l l r v u c \ nb e nn it\ a n t the prce of CM i *. r- iv *I^^M l i t^ big- factor in tht struggle for rtedoin h l f n v o r ]S ^iMle obbdicnrt o 1 I D i Pre^vjt mj- i ^ ^M Jiwi^ ^ ^^^^ o£ the ni ions Tie ha\e bet me con- randate* No p a r - \ r e erv -, n d 1 "^*^! iT * ^ i l * ^ i"^ -i" i" "n i t ^ciousl} bn =.lowl\ a-^are that w e d u r o ha per tilts *urh a ma en « t n*, i O.T-UII * e i Sc c i r v u arc ro« paying both dirtc I and in- ThJ creates i «iiuauon Ktoubhcans 3^! * ts *- i - r mik « i ir du-eotlj *» larger sb?ie am we arp w j j V1C ^ V v u ^ irterrsttd toncorn confronted with the certamt} That our ^ a x l l l _ j h a i -^ c i u ]ri ikp faith m the as I , l proportion w i l l present h become ser , ons o ·'i; J ej r Democrat c rcibren t\i_n larger jhai tht. poht cal boss hi* hoLn an \ n- Oyr contril \itions have tc-ken thf 1 i^nown f n c O'- i" all partie except form of ncro^aed costs of living t *j 0 i.epubiican l n K - r*3t cjrciim f t r l r 7 r V f t. t f L r- p t ui !( nf j i« i - !T. r \ u t ins ructl TS f i t ·* 111 r t e t u r r t i r o h ^ ! t i crm n os t o tt'utiio In ke r * Utni, ! oiraf* opon or to riost 1 c iT^^-v Mo n A. ilo it l U n -Jt n ) i i i r r \ bi E b^ / i f jx"rrJi?-! 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Iran 4 yacht ric th it j n lit dt Mil P u n P i ni t t n u o n o r j s fn t 1 r r 11 1 mon ' h ( r^a / i n R i l "tfl-w C l J \ -ir M r Pr i t T i l l Mr po * (livolu ion f N o t i c e ts i (.ri-bv qi , H l i tl ( in LJruJg C n ih I o\ t- r ju t pt t i t l e i r a j i n k tor i tl o r c c of IT M i l n T.I d i!i it Ui" ou t ] ·, j T i d u ht l l i h d f lu iji^ l n ^ d \ A is th u n i t ) 1 thi ( " l i d ~"nurt ··· tht, j l i L /r h a n j, j 3,ud petit un arit] i p p h c tl i f r tlinv | t i t G ^ it! i I i n d « n o \ v can f i * t c I -m * J th r n er r tl ** lie- i i i i i 1 I i ot i? j r-iit f ( \ \ ^ i UIL.I J s s i i f i · t i i n r m i \ 1 ntrO W \ \ T f D -- ' i O U H Lend the fact th it ConnelUulle is no ( ' r e t l th" 1 h - w o u ! l '^^ te th , c resl ! J r « r H^Cwn^n^* P ^ **** TM^ longe- a rel-uveU small and an.m ^ ''^^.nVfr'^^ 1 ^ i ^ Lmt,d ! v ^'' "i rm i" n ,on i x mom j \V \ N 1 D-- \ Ml P U c ok a t untx t i l l «K cnicbi vno-v an i Coun y of r a I \I [ \ M 3 Ui j. % G t portamt uiban oomnuinit w i t h us sti icnoo! and m in cipj.1 nte H and ob ligationa hinted to the sine conipa°s O 1 2t lo 0" e\eii 10 ^ear^ a = o \\ e hav e become a small en j in nmrt, than mere name and p ortn o r go\ern mem \N e ha\e e; own in population t 1 c ml In !u * i his w fn\ int, u ihe M 't dpir ind for L C - n t r t be u^ed (*i f re t h e w ir) in cor uct nt, t-mt'lrtccmtnt 1 - f " Germin a in Frirct i. it Be IE. I Jm V. \l Ji 10) r \ i R J n R -* loOIvc KII rt 7 sermons t o t h t \ e t ( t - X i - L . i *i i n i in % p stiit c f i en \ l (,t{( C S B c f o t o Hid hr ^ub^rrlhcr r N »t ir\ P u b l i c w j t i in a n d f o r s i ,, Cou i t i anO b t U t , p r l l j j| i i d I ^\ \ n o as we ha\e increased in commercial I n o c i t a n c e and pioeresstd m deali ar' standiid along cftim lines | cocir A Guest \\c have acquncd a school equin rient sufficient to f al»e *are of our i eeds r or manv- ^eai-s -tr come b i t IHI iil)hiil rot out of p-oportion to the growth of our 'itc'is Th ·? _has ott i lar^e ' ! ' M m c f m o n e % an~d u-- m a i n t e n a n c e , ^ " ^ ll ^ 1 ^t^^^T ^ costs iiore. than did 'he maintenance. \v D used u A ^ n m \ i t h l»is aj-d b O T the equfpiLtnt ^hich ^·^s been re- I ^111,} v t u u^-htf hin truu froj jear pHced -V i-Jrge- foice of te-xch" rs L, r % - a r . , , , l h Us had to be prov.rtod ar.l u .alir.es M ' ".^T' "" "°" ! ' ° r " ^" """ F r ^ k l l n that apnio\ mate JIO^L ~nm citie-j rhu i-hut, b irk hict -i m uj it time f nr 1 1 necessnr\ TO pa% n nrrfer ID r h c l t L i t £ - l i o w int-U LO », mb Hecp un O e i r ed ait on i s -uidard* r " ""n r , L ] rin , b 1 ·"» comt b u t 1]t " ... , , iin.iwii.1 H ui c i l l t d u [ i , n h i i a \ f t e tree Other e\ptnsos ha^e btei i«a»d to i x o t u k r w h r t UK% iii m i sa s the upkeep of our s t n ^ U ihaz tre ^ ^^3 i-ro told li s matched tte p esult of an expai 1-1 of tL^ L ^ iil CDUWCB of n ^ i u c t n o mca the t , t n d t l w l v l t t h c birds W ] l l caj i u i c riMDr i eert^- of rhe nrrt Th» *e t ' . - w t [ i o i m ih Unu -m jav and o K r exiuns.,^ ait h O bei than i ^ robin m t*iL l ill lc r too l,st ia 0*" tUG "Xi -ir -t n ^ f .r n-v _ ' L V '- r O f l t - lieni Ji M i n e T n ^ i ''tor T f r m r U CntHirl in 1 f\ I \ rnmU T o\ T ^ K «; T 0 "\\ \ f rrc I f r K t ^ p K i 1 r | \^ M r r r 1^1 \ or T t ) Irn* t s lit tht r ils i n r of i n v n i l - foot po e at 1 \ i Kon 'n n-rks Tho h i n h t - r-f U ^ ""i nticr rh nr IT. Mnod il w p f k !\ r ^ I i r r n u r a n 1 f*( p 1 l i r x s p-it p r t l ^ v alt n p 'or t h 1 H i 1 th in 1 t if 1 TS.! t I i f f The ^OT-r-i f r lo.nl h o r l in^r ha^s "i on** 1 He 1 lichen ^11 1 L \. liOU \ V M l \ 1 1 \ N l r g . t J U H . l l , h ^ t ,, f i ^ y , S t a i [ \[ , i , , , N , , D ! c i ^ t i o n t f h « Cou'-iL- ', , N v. P" 1 ^ p Put*" 1 ''"J In Con f er of Clr . i J i ^ ^ a I-- \T MfC ^I i i to i nOer \ h it tiu ru. t h a t us- !am R i t n o u r \ ^ t r , n f t l c \\ 11 ·» t H n r o r n sU 11 u h i i f T "\ i n lorl ilt f rt m p n e i n nil f i l l \ l i i icf\ P it I t 1 er n nrs In \ )j f his ) j? ^"n V\1 l f -- t O b f l I(J\ AS HI I \ Lit l u t in b Ic D \ I P i_ ir^ ( \ i J t u C ^ L " I OU G M U U 'o ^ b uil N i n t h , l0 ' i )n AI Ui it In, n o i ibcr of p i pj tntnl j d u r lit. I f t, \\tcl f lint, S i t u r d j . j ' S i t u t d i j Ju f 1 19M M ts is lo] \\ b I M \ G r-, -\ to ,,_ M \ t u l t I ^ J ] o J» 1 l 5 l u n l T o t i l IM H % r Pli i t h The summer season is now on; the summer business is starting with a rush. There are wonderful preparations at all of our stores for women, misses, and children in all sorts of seasonable raiment. The real June novelties are now on display, as well as the real staple lines. Remember these large department stores of ours offer you inducements that you cannot get elsewhere. 63 Large Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. In \\liite, Gre, Field House Brov,u and Black The Vsoman \\ho demandb a periect Si, \\ho insists on the newest and best stj ies, v,ho desires QLAL1TY FOOTWEAR ivill do -well in comjng to us WQ pleae }Ou We sa\ e ou money lie t c t i 19Ji t. ~(Ti\ \ \ M l I - \ \ M \ v \ p i \\ 3 t Sid c c e m e TO V 01 K ut N i r t h b t i ItlS Tinu i ' ru r~ i M v r t h \ p r l l \\ N n u- i oi i i r \ i i C t n ) } i h i \ j i 1 T t ' V ' r i n l ' Ol N 1 T l f J N ( c - ^ t i t Tl Ho u i s f*rf) \ei-s n 1 ' H ' u s t \T i 1 S i Cor t K J i i rin ' o^s i i u i 1917 Ju H j T tn« ir\ P ebru i r j Trrirt«nv^ n ^ v * i iios no ^f f 1 report fr* t ^o n^Msi kf t- (V nr th \ " k "n H i ^ ^ ^ O - i h w i t i t i l o ' " 4 0 \ c n i j rf/ri n nl \ i h H ire n 1 list -2 ' _ i 11 v i t h a lota t i n IK 1 r j d i if n o I " "**" t n n « s A N Th t -- t l i t ! S TO "VV O K K rt. Hit lo ^ 1 i \ c i ainilt, ir A r i l p i l l L. \\Ll l^\ Ln i SI7 K M o :r *i\\ - 5 m i \ t t i I u n o Juli V u i U 4 t SOJIK Ijcr t, f he Un \i. iln , - ,. - r i e jr e\- ^ t s r j ^^ o ^ ^ct the a're na^m na t it nov \ n h t l p j , u c e r d; ^- t re co^i* to i " T a ie ter !"·*· l ei*.^ - - i - i n ^ tei w ' f t , t-tforo t i e \,ar it ' »«t ^JLI two T Pi ll () ° L ^ n et - n b * inct conN M ^ Mch a ^ part or the er t o* T he ^e\ war and it at he ru* Yt i -.^onid \ i n w. i be ju^t a.-. i^iUin^ to r 1 ru- %hi e ^ r ^ c v of thc cc t c f jua^m* Ou w o r l d a sife r T r r j, plauc to luc in is v.c i e w i l l i n g to v iH ft ^i^n^, rueot thc eo'-t^ of rial- ng ^«ur child r er fit to taKc their plnce=. i i it 0 1 IT riisflbu ^ 1 | W \ N T I D - b \ B O l J 1 S r \1 GO » u ^ _ i _ t[ J i *· in n I'm n r r I vork \PPK \ M l l u l \ N M V M \ M hi j _O Dui 1 r I L I j u i u 1 _t t l e i fir-=t o r.ree i ru»-d fr n i \ o i i i e r -wh-u old h« -, r tht. - ^r-, h t m t limb m all u.ai Ii* ^m here ar t \ c i r ciro foil w In r 1 c r* t pom ts u ·- c-i ri T f ^ ri , .; ' 2 2 cirs is co- -n.ro 1 \ \ i t l ·t thc pre\ ("iic ^ ( ok i fVinnoi s a l l i e s new =-tatf arm-or\ !·; opened , r^-it" is fotin 1 R - i i l t - v of mu'- %\ --M 1 -- M \ N f D SU I [ f U -a I I 1 t 10 ) x ^ O l ad D U l l \P1 1 it once t M \ST I II Mlj HIM!" 1 \\ t. t P c n n 1 i l v t d i Lo 1GL' ul t r b r for a H o n e of \our OV.LI--'in thv. tomiij, "csulencp district of Con- bvnlk Out in hp open ^hort, tlic'-c s T )lcm\ c 1 " fresh air and Y.lurc the 1 iddies can romp aud pi i to their L e a n s conkn And ] t s oul a u lumutL cai ndt. or a ID i nnne i i L from Bnmitoac Cornei lughi uo« vou caii bu\ iol^ m asi r n^ tricts--at B e i u t f u l PopJjz Groie 'or as Iu\\ as ,, ,, feet--ftiarter acre §80.00 V K K I N M I ) i i j u \^ v\Tt n -ciRr TOK 01 % r u \f u o u s c w o r l v C v l l j.1 11 \\ r t "\^ i^li '""" l " lt - n n o n t n n n i n c u n ^ x ( n i t . , O i 1 ri tiu r f ' U f K l f \V Ui i/ni du The Conn I l i i i l l e po^t rfi ». I made much n ise duriiu it-bond ilri\ti p-tferrlni? to h i fi*rures of Us muKnincent total i S?l b" lo "^ t i l k l i « T^o · 1 uJ enough to je lu^rd in Be e the · r« -1 lieu h Di.. bush « i l ! fac r ni.s*-, nbo it th lact i r s i r , a n r m r h e t i [' t. turn o pi i! t an r_ e" it n cli itp ha k n o w n -i t. h i ] tliAt s ! ner Krov, n \ f n h i n from \ j.r t veir \t.rj sain thc\ 1 H ho hert- at i « ond rtn \\hsu t h r v 11 i ih ^ nd out hc «s n in.hed n ' f^rmi! \\ 3 | It?"- t P ti'-it tor k » l i a, Pol ( c o u n i r ' . iJout T-13 n riei«?a,nt t 1 ditr-k i two l 1\ part !] c v e i « u th t k tsio-, i ^ 1 in i r f i n ' r.~ . T o t a l \nd f u r t h e r i \ c t [ i J \\ \i ] U P I s r - HjL S» oru tt mil sul c i ibt i L-lori) mt tli s si di of ! l I* 1 i J B Iv! RT/ V P There 1 ; Cm w-tor in front of e\ ^\ ]oi and the Publ c School is just Mihin a fat otic s throw Thmk of n t )fe JOK co onU 5.SOOO and unv, ird--e\pn as i m a t t t r of siiocnlaDoii iluj 1 pio\o on«_ of the best ime^tmen s \ o u \ c c \ c r maci, tor full I arucu ars and I n i r r m a t on ^ ri e C. B. McCORMICK, Agent, 1' 0. Rn\ 144 toniullMilie, PB- rat it ^ T e F n l i r l r t P n t 1 W V M H -- H Ll IbLJ M \ \ J - U I position i-^ -. tlesii-tji i to call on or es t bli-Jli bufeiriL*- R f e r nc s rt.((iJir I d ^ ^ t , \ \ ^ l t S X I r S M \ N c t r e t juri»,r J n G l " \ I \ i n i I n f - i street C inell \ UK Mr*- Xnna. l l u n k t l e , \ \ n o --. CHFU -\i i _,,,, its don t iecfi t i pr 11 f hi 1 nicr In F i t \ p j \ u ^ L t . u i i t i c i l t n l \ x n i | !t^ Mone; mak i*. 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