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PAGE POTTR. 1HK DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVTLLE P\ JIjNE I t 19IS, (Sourier. P SNTDER. Founder and Lditu- 1S7J 1S1« THE cornucu K. \L SNIDER, President JAS. J DRISCOLL Sttfy and Treasurer Buaiiiesa Man lE^r JOHJ, L- GAJsS liar aMne Editor WALTER a STtMMEL. City Editor MISS LXNNt. B KIJ.CELL. Society Editor ilB^aLR: OF -- Associated Fre«s Audit Bi-rej" of Circulation Pcnns^ Ivarria Associated Dallies. two cents per copv. 50c per m nth »· Jw yoar- by mall If paid In MN J.nce Entered as second c'ass matter at the po*to£nce Conneilavllle Pa. Universal Military Training Bj Himlfn. Garlai 1 The world knew In 1014 has passed p w a \ Germans has taught us the foll and dangei o hemg unprepared Thcie can be no securn in ' our national h r e except as we insure it bj o ir ovni methods of defense Out fso ition s gonp \Ve are m te mid«t of the irre*= stible ·w-oild stream of naUonal forces Our innies are in Ei rope X\ hen v\ 111 thcv be recalled 7 No one knovvs There ia out on just democratic method, o f making war and that is by d r a f t ·whe"em e~\orv citizen eroraious significance in the pioblem of universal trailing "Uorkmg girls who are on theh feet ill day endare these torturing contrnanceb Men w h o walk, man} rules each daj do =0 upon sick distorted feet To co" ect lhe.se Dibits is one of the first lules of null orj disci] line Mam of those weakening tendencies can be sharph counteracted by tram mg m the schools b a drill "which starts with design to make the most of the students physical endowment" and leads on to tbe mculition of T L D -- D I M \ C ROOM GIFT AT UIef-,hf n Horel J e j u n e t f D^ M VN on CON ·*t nation ^ ork The. F o u n t a.t on C o West P ( _ n n E M o r H u e 1 j u n c G t TV \ N 1 PD--T-II L 1 OR PUN r n \ L f o u s t w d r 1 .i i l j a tJ % t MPfa I HAN01S " \ S H G I 1 T 3"j % r r H l i\ 0 Vv S m n State G8S 7 11junc2t* VN ri P r t j St \ M K . H \MC -M! N T O I T \ U N T v l K 1 ot. pi ir un t to r i g h t | FUJ1MT EYLVTM-, 11, 5 _ The Courier · Ser\ ice WII^LIAM P HosiJttal L-nit L Americ p^duionar^ I orcea France rican i.fi- ; Comply H 31th infantry "L S N ^ Vmerican Lxpeci ~» uonao orccd t rani-e HAPOL.D KlCHi\ -Batcry B 107th t wld Art ' lery 23ih l)iv '-ion U S ^ G Ainerii. in Expedition " ar t orces fr ranee " IXO\D B COX Company F 3Tth Tabin^ers S. V ^ort 'VJjer "VO- JTLTLIbS CROLSE "Compan -. J-ih ^ngiff^ r ·" (Iaaw£5") janeTlcan i-tp« - d tionary I-orcefi trance (Kailwa) ort Benjaimr Har i-*on Indianapo 1 s Indiana Fl^ST-lLi LB.NHART ; S S. Fre Udent Grant D £ is cillpd upon to servo according t o ' h a b i t s of dress i id exercise which his pov-ers TliC'-e must be no shirk tend to bu Id i p and maintain an ins no shifting of pain and so i row t o ' efilcient bod\ others "ftp must all do our sbar and! "\\e ca i no a 1 JG solders in th s to do our '-hart w e must h a ^ e training' line "fte can not all fh in the battle --training not mereH in marching, plane but vc can at least all wilK an"i shooimg but in ill the naiufoldi ike sold ers and be road and able tn departn ents of modern mill ar\ ser sene in some capic ti in our eoun vice First of all v,c mu be ft try s cause This t-imms should stait m the Training of b i s sort because it is c vc v iools I should like to see the u n u e r s a and democratic will not drill--the sotting up drill m U-,P on breed a t j n n m "SVe need b d \ c no every plavgrcund Girls as u e l l as Ceai o 1 " n ihtan^ru "U c shi I Til i c bo~vs shot Id be taught to find erect niaia citi/en soldiers The ^ p i i u o 1 " to walk stronglv and g^acefulU and such training should be with us a= it to mote in unison V mi£htj force is in Switzerland defensive not ig VT \ J s T r r - Y O u N G M \ N 1O CL.I RK tn I i r l u d . r p store Good c p rt i Et t I irn t h ^ bub ni^s VddreT« E l \ H D "VVARC ca G The Courier C nn ll«s \ i l l o SJunct' "W \\TljD -- M N TO "\VORIv ON motor rucks inrl t oneril r r p a i r w o r k j S pad w orl r~arfa.ro paid \i p i M \STFP MT ( H \MP West P t n n Hail v\ ays t u n e f t \ \ T b U -- I \BOHKUS " r f r 9 h o u r da^ ^ III i i " PI i n t \tlc for Frr 'v ^ ilcot Conp-Lnv *or regenL'-a ion lies in this drill \s a nation we h a i e been for rwen ty \ears on the down grade Tene merit life apartment hotel luxury of gressl^e patriotic and friend not tvrmnjcal "UTiere all pi^ no one is impo\er ished "UTieio all sene no one Is ev Member of The Associated Pr*.s» Tb.« Associated Press is * cluslvely entitled to tbe use tor republtcation ot all news cia patci-ea credited to It or not otherwise credited In thJd pape- f and also tbe local nows publish* 1 herein. fTce and shop -work poor foot, and I p o u n d "ttbere all ire soldiers no foalish forms of amusement bave so ati^ma attichts o the p t i v a t c s uni sapped the v i t a h f v of our younj? men form M n a d j w e ^ee i ne\v regard tbat an appai mg number ot them for the 1 rran m khaki fbo men who fill to pass the le^ts of the exam n , h a v e served m th trenchts are no\ mg boarus--and it the same time our coming back o us hallowed bv t h e i r women picscni ar \cn. worse condi ^icnfico and pain No one desecrate tion Hobole skirts h i g h h e t l e d i hp Jag ihest davs shoes bad a r the use of ei and pas | Ou irm is even now a r ti en tries aad a cra7C foi b i l l room a mse arms--let us keep it =o hv universal nen s and moi ic tbcitres haie nnde train ng in the -oljoo!s from Ut, pri thorn, a -.ad procession in our c i t y j m a r grade i p to the great u n u e i streets | s t j Only ir ihis vvnv 1 v bui dm The hi eh bee ed shop "which ^omt.1 jp a \tgorou-, nd p o w e r f u l r e ^ e i v wear and the mach ne uade pointed force of traine I and competent moi ·'hot of the- men of UM! life are in ind women can we sifpgu ird rbc re themselves destructive of eas grace pub icin form of g o v ^ r r m e n \ \ h i L fill and MiroioLo action fhcv ire of \ve have ^o toil orneK a c h i L \ t , l S^CKHICL. Cop am Robert S Morton realb a^e his life in t b e serucc f h » counir in as lirge a sense as other a Mnorpi^n nation 01 many --o erai^ stJite*,; a ptnett union, om iud n » paniblo^ c'sto.blislud up 11 tluiM y n K i p l t » (n treulom. t jiml j i, u i ^ t K H and hunimitr i n r w ihlt Vnune,in patriots s i u n h t t d thtir l m anil loittmts I tin ruure behf*t it i* m\ dutv fo mi country to lo\t it, i i ^no- who have been permuted to go closer r p 0r t j| x C o n s t i t u t i o n ; to ofot \ to the scenes OL actual hostilities and there pav the full price of their de \otion to d u t v The excessive amount of work and to respett its llu- uud to It acamst all e m m i c ^ thrown upon him tn tae \ou w 11 be t i e b te" citi/ morrow anct in the d n s ahead prepa-a ion ot his coumand f c r mo j o u r lojaln ard devu ion to billzaton as a part of lie P* in\l a vanla Division of t i e Nationil G i i i d | d , are A not at Canrp: Hancock when he m his usual pLj.sical conaitiou r.o\ed too muca for his stiengln and h" became the victim of a senoi s ail ment Ho lought it with gnm de termination and stuck to hi post until ordered b\ mtd ca 1 officers to undeigo treitrrent at a hos.pi al far removed from the *cenes and activ i ties* of war p r t p a r a t o n He -ilhed antt re urnert to his command hopeful that he could resume his duties. buc fii'u,£ «,o ie-,a!n *· rcn n 1 ind \igqi he TV is honor^b disc nrged from that office m w h i c h hu hat given promise of rendering coi sncuouo service Denied the p ivilege anc 1 Lonoi ot accompaQviug Com pin v D to 1 ranee ^vhich ^ad b t e r the desire uppermost in his heart as i w a s o* the m n w h o ·were privileged to serve iindei hm Capta r Morton relumed ' on e a dis appointed ma i a^ crushe 1 n s int as he was ermaut-utlj b oken in hei t*i j The Although so'ne nea u e of rel f f Lame to hua he uas too much coi sumed of r,egret ind hea mess of heer while weakened in bo 3 to iCMst he u roads _ oj d,bease Gradual j his strecgtT ebbed av\nv ind hs \oung life wis ot r i d as a saci fice in the cause it 1 id 1 eei his ambition to ^tn a? T oiir, a^ here he need The upturn tinces of his deuih tie the^e'ore pecul irh sad ai d dis tressmg Pv ] s fidelitx to ( u t ^ in his eijre nt.^ xo make Coniian} D fullv ftt o meet the cnemv b- 1 over taxed I is strength anu pa d tl n price }us^ as as-.ur^dU as those whom be tpmed iMll do if duty of a a^rner sort dcnsndg-] Caprarzt Mortons n a m e v,ill be for e\ec assotiited w i t h Compin D m the n"incs o r tht peonl« ot p avett eo«at\ It w a ^ he who recru ted tht unit to it 1 - f u l l strength and l e f t Con nellsv iFle as us comm^udirs; office on fe f u s t s -iqe o r the 301 UQ\ to the bauleneldb of om greatest v\a" His jt * un lai 1 " ti eatment of his nen- m^nied their resptct Tnr 1 ad nnrat on vvhi e his aJmmi fatrve abilit uon the corfidence of his su periors Tlje m.en; nndei bjs con mac j their fnenjK and tue community t H ge will hcudLUs juemry in "arre tion^te reraembraij_t.»._havm^ iharet more fulli than he ever 1 new tLc ic^iet he si ie"rfcd"m not being ible to leal CoLiiirfnv T» thiough all the »arvmt, foriunes tha mav be in ^tor foi it belone those who- sar\ive are permit I ted (o return to ho*nes and ki ared j o the tts., taat v. II con *, hoars and ^'GOTH for^bc i f ·vou tpeat this Fledge auc a n d k e e i toough o" 1 both i" jou and t^c r spin an^ purpose r heart. n o \\ hen nt-y \v Ui th_ since I f'com' 1 n id^ nrit i i, elect on of i t c i n d i Ht i \ e n i b e r the k r c i t « . r art ih P ""t at lit t one 1 !! f n \ rc norri 1 n lt!j tr i i fi-rr d f r o r i th S f U \ Br t i-dc to t h t 1 ir^t I t L tr n e t c w \ v r r r -- M I N E R S t o GI r ii? c.rtirtj lt,ti_ ( f a l ) t of tl e iT-Tt ex · m u n i t i o n qu stl is an i answer I "ict. $1 00 J V M T S "v\ V H n i \\\ b t It. I n njnni-5t WVNTFP--OLD i- usr T i TII 1 t matlt,r if brok n I j a^ 5 ^ 0 0 t $1 J) p tt Send b j pfirct. post tin i r t I v check b\ re urn niai TJ M \ I 5 I R W Sou 1 I i f t h «tre t Ph I idUp] a Pi. l j u n ^"t FOR R.I-NT -- ONT t l i modern convcn tnce M U H \ ] b ^ 1 j ROOM S N A It 3f I./ NT -- m p-tnti*. min bouth L, tt L^.» ovi i r f 1 OR Ti NT-- Hi! I I PL RN bHJ 1 urn K t L e i p -f r d 53 r iw ford a v r n u l i j u i t - T t fr DR R L N T -- lir r( un i p a r t n 11 1 lire I JjOl TN F ^ \ PI SI I \EI I w i l l 1 uh In I T/ l l j u n tf £ C R R I NT ire 1 LOP1 X STC £tl-^ OC MS IN L. 1JMUT7 J l j u n e t f 1 No ·« n ^ l e ·'ok ier can or o s cS t x e l u i \ r ^,1 t to u« of t! e nhr I trn prrutl t !e «* r \ i n rt\ can i Th it is I o^\ the nil ft 1 T. nut H TU* 1 electric to bre ik its s i mill his bt. rt c i r c u i t Gi_rr"an hai E t'lC 1 n i t c l ^ es ettrt-mel clirf d the ei^L C il s 1 di h r z Tot-rou 1 * for H U T mind \ o u r , B I T I I K C . L i I N U H There i be md the =.u d bv Cio\vdor Q c Linio if r ir^t ulace I I LII I urcnasmj There is no hale in sight to the upward trend of clothesmaking costs-and will not be for at lease a year to come. Our selection of purpose l V P L I - I X I VM) ( HP ED ] OK As a stimulus to pair o^i«-c of the sort ive all should ope icaee r Uie^e dat, w t ou=;r o iept.a iln* pledge as u e --a me ] I las on the ia that commeraoraies t-e j iui of lae btar Spang \d L i u n t r I pit dvc alleiri met t« IUT 1 u; and to tht Kipnbiie lor » ! H ] I it ·^tard^. OIK nation m^m^ibl^, ·vvifeh Tiberty *nd Justice ~HT all. a seiiou r«,^ S c r k or right re a n^uon Provosi. Marshal General t._t persons affec eu b^ it R at 'a I o heed IL U. e th orop-jSii on 1= batkec, bv 111 und t d t d public. =er t ment w h d- declares that t it Lime has come \vin_n e v e r j abk bodied citizen v \ i h out r c a a i t j to circumstant-eij in Ii^e mu coii r bu e service m onu sub slant al f o r m to a -uie tne e n t a m '·ucctss 01 t u greatest u n d e i t our eour i ever entered upon The vas,. rcttjoi i of citi? 1 ^ s have not onlj been \ 1 n, jut arr eager o do al the\ caj nd in e v e s v waj th j can a i e omg these things with a fine d^ e 0 aid ot (.ln.li o w n ind udLa.1 it e L I f u f t profits or advan ages eing impelled bj a spirit oC patiio i^m w h i c h imds L pre sion in .nanv for*us OJieri \v th a whoil} uduer nt regard of thei*" obligations h a v e b t e p contributing no u s e f u l of ort m an\ direction least of all owa d£ helping v\m Uie w a r Tne 0 eat American public which insists upon f a n pla and a ^quaie deal n ill t ic ielations DI_ \\c n indi \id als and groups demaads tha tht. same principles feove r n the acuoas a i d re 1 a ion =- of citizens to\vnd the nation 11 tno ume of its gi eat t uiec 1 lo h a v e a portion oC our e i t / e n r v v o l u n t a r i l assu lie ibeir ^h ire of the uuruens and others efj allj fit and ab e ev iae hen i a tufle moi e th m The ten per of the peopU m tbe mass vuP at this t rat. eomplacentl stand for ILIL i determination, has taken Lorm in several states m the enact ment of an i loafing a\b and ha« been c vstal izcd in the r sulauon promul swted l y t "- piovos; marshal gGaeial To give a iea er effeetiveite^s to this reflation niiy require the enactment oC a 11\\ bj Congress the necessity 101 vvhieh is no ; being argtd upon the members of tl at bod) \\ithout such, a lau i nu = ht be found difficult to enforce the "cgulatio-ns ot the pio- vost maishal generals office but tbat H v*in be passe3 if needed ihorc js QO reasonable doubt Meantime those whose occupations or lack of occupa uons place them in the classea de h a d as n o n p r o d u c t i v e ha1 better omp oj heir spare moments m pre- paru g to br ng themselves w i t h i n tha* other elasa described as engaged in useful employ raent 1 i U t t»r c, greit f r v i t in t i l k c 1 U out h i f i intr*- i sj c r- \Vh " Jaj, -wer l u l l M, e ·« r j i =5 n ii fa c i t.k t cl rt uck c t h [p all ou- ^*» L! b he pr». it st U 11^ \t,ir Id 1 If in * c 1 t o i l b a b j on H d ^ c l d i h p un j.i b ut i in s / cr 1 n \ n L we he rt hoj. t ab ut 1 onct Jit- i -oudl5 aid ^ a v t th* Ul -i p U Thf f,r»l 1 in T i l ill 1 mil ri b j b v M e t 1 - t Just n o t e the \, i Ii v . i l k s II ^ p nts al! rr \ bej n thit h.e a horout,hbro \n so he \\ t. of our - c n s T. Lin t l o u t an a d o u b t f r o m vear t year j f thj.t boy No finc f or« r hot, or ^to r coi.(d f u r n h ( in the joj TI y o u n ^ , s t t r 110 tn tti^ucr'i ! e had i 1 t t Moc dt_cl stock II s on\\ uilk « ^ o£ the lid the on pride f h i Hock One t i m I L. t h i m ill aline in asked the r iv n v - h v An t h o n he ·* LK! lie ^ ill I ow n t! i-t mone\ c i r t n o t h u v \v o ;,or L 1 oa *t n · v e ^ t e r d i j the r u v- is c ml d ·« n \.i moht rif i l l come i iv t R ·; aip n h own "We t a l k e d 01 r fine possessions o ci tbe ** e h was fi\ in hot \i c ich v. is e l f i n i r an more of richer tl at IIP d cot But th ·* !«- i 1 w e 1 p-ird h m s iv \vh i had c- me lii 1 - cl LPCf I \ e i rm tl int, T c m 1 o ist t c d i j I e hot a bo tn Trn Cf I OI RI NT -- T\S t 1 f u r t n h'-fl i o r b-f* pIn»T M! c n n \ L 1 S t bur,, '·tr ot roi it \i -PL Cum "h i rnnm 'n nir 3 1 »· i *· C i |^_ ror s\i i -- JK[ 1 1 S N t l i u I s\l 1 -- OM r i n t r j c ! ! u r r I n l ! i M f i i n I H t Ic ifb Ir i j s ro ) I \T ( L TUSH r s f r 1 K t 1 UH n nc s 4 1 N r 1 H j u n t l t tMsin n f r I N t o r d i H j u n f l *i. =T- i r O I D J L R N ( \V s 1 j u t It* A N P T H U V l " 1 No U 1 U t * 6 j u n Gt' I R \NP TOM \T t Z \ % 111 100 7 j u n e 4 t H! b U 1- -- M \ 1 T VbSh N C I fl 1 r c i r 1 f, d con l l t i n I n n i l r a - th H me " j u n c j L 1 )R ^ VI F -- s ")ND H \ M ) r\ I F r i t e r U. m n k I n [ u i i t. r ^ t b\v KIT!- 1 uart C o u r r 1 Line t 1 OI S \.Ll -- T H f ha.n 1 | i n s J ] t rn I 1-TM R r t r 1 ivoi aft i I S U 1 ~ u N l 1- 11 T uc 1 i 1- I u r t - 1 r C,O I tr C U N «H 5 5 ^a h \VL,n tu us i 1 j u n o l t ^ I M N C ^ )P V " \\ U 1! rl a j t L f \S H E K T S l l j i 4 l * FOR S \ L R -- G HOOta. H JUSt NICfc. location pavod Bt eet ard Hide-trail, I a n t r y batti an 1 n o po chea Hot air heat. Address D J c i r o C o u r i e r roi ^\i i f i T c i \ } u \K t i i 1 oj fi J a l i t n \ n I rbl t r^a.1 Li k 1 m i 1 M So 1 tsun f o j l!ii rU" r i t e n b t ( 11 l o t h ph n ROPFUT T N T \ an 1 rh It Hotel n j u n Gt* 1 R S M I -- -Sf I I I )R THIS ! !; -- ! 1 r- rp ts H u p [ i 1 tm I f i U L r R ! n ip i * I I t I K I L R f i r i a l n s and Ul ntl-» ^ a t L t n f c , n N-\ n N L W u 1 Si.con ) IT i 1 F i n t re o l l j u n t I- OH. SM.,1 -- ». N l 1 j\ -" S.BL.1 what they cos what they we $20, cc in car in of t i ttr d a v of \ u f (here n T t r i -\ ! t i l u t I F 1 U VKD J U III. 1 1 the Court u* 1 C v n 1 1 « f u i . n t i L JL ci t i I t . ,u--L of tl 1 U r l \ 1 *» t (. HI I in 1 coi i 1 Int i I nd v c.3 J ( f in i ^ d v rce f r o i i t 1 1 st j U not bu ,, l 1 il n d TI M \s f -lU if bl fl L li l j t l i IHvorcr \oeic T^e b i t h \t x T JIOM \b ^ LJ K K \ b r OR \ ( ai f Ii tl t ou r ) i PI j 1 i\ tt L un! ^ 1 a N j M r 1 I ni. i J l b lo L la f 1 u J = l d \ u ir h f r e b y ti" 1 ili t t e u b p en i cuid ali \. f eub,) e in i t i c LSC ave be n i cl trued N o n t f \ n t U M you arc t h t r c f re r J 1 f d | L ir i t3 C ourt of t o i ] i 01 1 ivettc c u m j I a n h 1 M n d a -.f J u t j f s-aid C u I \ ! I ^ I R to insw r t h e 1 b c l an i rn 1 i filed t h f r in vn 1 1 w c u P i u ha\ e u t ·v i d n orce frc m Ii b mK r mat in n\ bl uld 10 I t ,-ra tt 1 th( ibell i n t 1 o\ o "im 1 is limited to stock on hand -- no duplicates available. And we have priced them in accordance with ^UIiJOl CO us six months--ago and not with lid cost us today. $25, $30, $35, $40, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. j u t i e no in 11*1 On I o r l P a r i ed on I ick f i uh s I I botl oh ap for SUITS'* S bTOKL Lt d d v e t v s W i l l Ci 1 at P-i | I TITOS I HOVv \1 D Sh r i f f Sh Om t Jen*. 6 1118 juit ! J LOST -- il Conm.lth IK D u n b r I * n o n l u t ! or i n f o r r al V r l 1 N and ! s j L C3T"i II VLL :1 cho I h u e f · A i l i r e t u r n ' J l 11 \NN \ H j l l l U l ' OEM UM 1101 SL rcss G B SH VW City I V L N JNG ji D Ib O cha d A v e 1 j u n e l O t * WANTI D--on L FOR GI NJ. RA h o u s e w o r k i il at 111 We^t W^a int,ton a v e n u e o*- on Tn Su te 532 Some of ! a ^ i e c w il o U the eierans of GI C5 mav le I the v oun,., ter bemcnt ot t h e C v il i ir t nj, = a.m j L t t l e s b u t the\ qu t K c«. t crc j; n s h i m about the pn.s n u i Ii--·* n t n e b pxcept t h e sham aims of ^ i t o r \ t c Germai s make v c r i me thi, A.mi. icj.ni g \ them a ood 1 cktng Then .,w£5i should also -reed equal re\ eT ·» ice \v e repeat the Vn trlean « The death of Captain tTorton w i l l tu--n t l i r e c t i o n ut t h e tlo\ of sid n t , w s from O v t r Here 10 O\ i There v-htrt. his I ? and our^ ·v. II be ST 1 to t. ov t h n t he has Answered t e l i * t r c l l cill WANTED -- rOCTH B \JtEERnsG business RE *JDINE S. tf T T \-XTl S 1 j u c2 : " bol ) jbinson McK T i. W 1 t \ M r \\ is b ! v^ ID v, Ii the Tou t nF C 7 on T l s cir e n [ No 4 ^ Ma i 191S To T \ \\ f i is He p m c J f n t 1 OL. ire h r_b n t i f l c I t*i tt T ^ P '-ill p en i in 1 al as ul p eni Ir i c i e h i v l e n et r n t Nor cst i v e n t ^ j o u are there ore required to J © Ik IE ° W VNTlvD -- BO1S A N D GIRLS o% er 1C t - L r « of L^L Clt. ii p l e u a n L w o r k Carlirt paid CONNJELLiMLLJ. SILK MILL. 7jum.t£ WANTFD -- LOrOMOTrV D URt men App to !· "vs OO1.SON ahant int road orcman oC £nsin-s 1 ount, u ood Pa l"juncGt IV VNTUD--HIGH SCHOOL BO'i S TO u o - k m L.vboiatO'-i P 1 KAMT I CK "West Peon Railwaj s shops CO MsTDD -- LABORERS PA1 GOOD et) Also qu·^^ ^ ^ men for cor tract k \pDlj VMERIC VN M \NG \Mt,SID u n t a r Pa IjUTcl't $ b*'lioe in tl* IniUtl staffs 01 \merlea as a etnernment 01 tin j[»wi/Jei by the peapl(,-iffr t^e peo- pi*; ifho^e fnst pOTTtrs an derived IHHM U e cvnsert of the COT- eroed. a democrat 1 } in a rejnhhc; c bi! t a lo Tr-e mere imjtation of a p 1 -i a DC i e r a n -\ b pr fr f -\ r c i h i nr 1 j 1 in " . ton s ir^ Cental Dtmocrit nt-^vs pip ^ to rr*"\t I tip-,i of n nd a rt t o r t u r of "nul TI mnrt urt. nt w e e tne\ IT aiUor-atinrr t^it. n o m i t o n of a dri c ndi l a t t f}r eo% ern r nt the p r M i r k and t^e more uri, I t h a \ e W \NTLD -- FXPERrC\~ED P VT tern rrajctr for general w o r k Vppl it office Conn lls\ille Mlnte. i* Ml e Sup Co 14junt.U WANTI D--^OUAG M \N TO DI l i v r an5 It i n to cu n eit Vpp j Haru Ij i Ic x Veat "\Iarkot 14jnne3t | W ANT? D--Rl LI \BLE MV\ FOR pobUion is lUsman Call on str re trad" I efert. ce r e q u i r e d Ac.drcs« j Salesman (.ir Courier 10jun6t* ~ · I Go to Hooper Long's You get a good fit lou get quality footwear You get good \ style You leave the stole pleased You go back for youi next pair You are satisfied The summer season calls for special shoe stjles and ou \ull find jn oui shoe departments just now what jou are looking for not only special summer srvles but special shoe bargains TheN are reallv aimzing the novelties m t\ omens and misses' shoe stales high top shoes in the various popular colors numf rous neu lasts 111 oxfords T%hite and all the fancy colors and remember v.e ha^e black shoes also and there are many oeople ·who will not have an other kind Theie is a great arraj of special shoe novelties for children it is needJcss to describe them here tnc stock in our ohoe departments is enough and should be inducement enough for you to visit us when you \v,mt good shoes 63 Laree Departmeat Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. 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