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June 24, 1918

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THE DAILY COtTRTEItt CUNNELLSYIIJLE PA. JUNE 24, 1918. ?·,, llattg Olmmrir. HENKT P SNTDEK JWnder and Editor 18i5- K. M SNTDER. -" President J VMS J DRIsCOLL ··Sec 1 ? and. Tr*as Business Manaeer e I JOHN L {^OiS ^ »· Managing F litor J WALTFP S STr«\IL.L £ , .CJtr'Eili r » ISS UT'O.E B SCKsC^LL, ,," "Society "Editor MEMBERS OF Associated Press Audit Bureau of I Irculitlon , PennsKania A3S-cii.ed Dailici . * Two cents per copv sOc pe- month ·"JS per veir by mall if paid in id\inca. i ^*. -- · * Entered is second cla" ma te- at 'the postofflce Connell-Mlle Pa BRITISH HOWITZERS IN ACTION AT CORNER OF A WOOD FTEMNG. JLTTF 24, 19IS. WIIXIAM P SHERMAN bpltal Unit L Aruerfcan Ex edl fonarv Kor-e«- France. RALPH F^ Company H 31*th Infantry 1 S. \ \ American L-xpedl tionarj Forces France MICHAEL GKENALDO HAROLD P1CLUY Battery B 107th t leld Art! leo -8th Divisio i U S. N G American Exp^dltion- ar Forces, France, LLO1D B COX Com-i any F 37th fc.ifflneers t S, A. Fort M,,* \a. - " · JbLJUS GROUfc-C Compans t. l.»th hngineers (Railway) Ame-lcan fctpc dltionary Forces £ r LHCC - JA.HES J McPAIt-TLAND Company B i»3rcl Engineer* (Railway) Fort Benjamin HarTisori Indimapo -- Us J-idlanx " W \ N T E D -- T O U R B UlbCItlNO b-s i s P C N D I M i S tt w \NI-L. :--EXPM n Norn DIN ing loom fcirl at SMITH iOLSE *» h J ie * Vv \ M I D-- I ABO! PRS 1 OM IO" p \ eeliiv \ plj it II \ b ] M \ r / \ t l i i i t i Rt.fi n i t, Cuufii a.n i "\\ f-fat Si ie lIoLol -I uie.lt" \\ VN TL T) -- r \ J TF \( H"R e IN Si o« irt I v* n s h l p Boird meet* J U l I t Ti \lc O r i N H \I b-U GH Sec r t i \ \ i c t o r i i j'a I j u n e S t -^ s r r n -- s \ L C S M A N 01 SALFS 1 d Outdoor v. ork and i good oppor in tv f r th» r »,hl p.rs n Vddre^" X\ are Cou ier 18 June if \ battcrj o£ British howitzers is seen at t\ o corner of a wood hurling shells at the distant Uuns In the to e ground is a motor diepa ch rider read/ to ca-ry messages to headquarters The work o r the Democratic stite i.nd ?ho% Lncm they re absurd men committee al its session In I!a r aburs to mx thinpr-i up w i t h me lo Po s o floppin,, an mj large d u p l o x d U eri, the 1 t.ee me drop i w i l l b b a d l j disappoi it ng- to Democratic voters, ot the sta e It fullj expec, eel that ha mony w o u l restored in tht p irt tnd a cam] pregnant w i t h conlidci ce of openta But the part wr GK ha\ c been using- tht, ort,A the T.S bo c Lm I d \ ings I inp t oC bombs a n d things I d spo I t i e kai«-e-sf palare and leave it OOa produLLio idle w i t h n of 136 t\^8 nf? f( i he r d i s t r l b t . to til e^Li n tout, veek ASprofr c 1 as Collr To Pit 4 cirt, to p o i n t s ek nt 1 "-13 cars i Li compared %% itli ictor i ounde 1 "at or else I d b u s t i pallUJ lecrt. INC t ho \nd likeu ise bieak T slat And then the jirc\ ions iyation a y a - ' l d w i k n j pedals ^nd soar back Quarterniistor S rgfi t S T. m u e 1 post lor pn.r i patronise f o r ] whence I ca-ne and have a lot o£ C i i t k trrh ea h t r e f r o m STn I rancl^o half a do^cn vcars deft-ittd heae ex 1 me 1 ilb hunj, on m\ hero f imc And j brow nt_d b; dri I to rt-cru t up thp com pectj.tions f o r i time by creating i Perst mf, roc i T.nd Joffre w o u l d crj panics now on tin i. a t ) Man l i condi ion w h i c h no self rcsj ectmt ' Parhleu Gee whiz Did c \ e r mortil | candidate could accept. Vn adjourned meeting ot Uie conunitlee is to be held at t i e ca.ll of I t , chai-min in the near f u t u r e w hei the damage S Presldeit Grant TJ duffer ,a or such cttj ma den ts his" 1 And ithin a dozen may be repai cd But the present outlook is inauspicious ' mabiz 'K hen the Ucmoc**atic voters of the hinted state b t consirfera-blr majonl bean nominated Judge Eugui c C B o n n i w p i l mile" w o u l d co"ie with laurels laden ind hand me wreaths and mi cs llj p i c t u r e ^ ould he printed in all the for x ernor it expected nat he Member of Tke Aisceiited PFCNM. Xho As«oclatod Pre^s 13 ex crobixely entitled to the use for republlcation of al the news dispatch""s credited to it or no otherwise cred ted i thi 1 * paper antU. alao the local news pub w o u l d be accorded the p r i \ i ef,es m he matter 01 the organization, that i nis predecessors ha\ e e n j o j ed In both of President Wilson s campaign" he | selected his o w n part maTi^crn trid Cou- j ears ago \ a n c e C McCormck. selected his u\\ n chairman to conduct the campa gn BJt Judge 3onn w e l l hi" not be^n so treatea V «ti.te j chairman objectioniblo was, forced upon him ITU an attempt wa^ midc j to compel h m to openl\ and pUbhcl^ 1 icquiesce In the outrage No such in dlgjiif*. has p \ e r before been put upon a candiadtp fo- the office of g o v e r n o r Tt v-as "aid b\ tho^p who engineer cd thl« cruel outrage that the mem, bEr; cf the cc m i m t t t e had been chosen 5 1*1 is man U wiuld b? has spilled the Prussian A.IIS A-I old puj s d i e n r r l n g \ a i n and futile now I hear t h e , screarrlnj. For me nc H s time to n Ilk t Its or t o u r n e and also to recru L comt bi talion for to iorm T e n t h '"I rre are m a n j voiinf, men iu thi*? \ i c l n i t ) eaf er to Homer K. ng suiters i 1 r ken a n n l e to shako the i rants thrones on l i t t k pifflmpr journeys E stir m[y anciont Cdgar A GuesL Til* COUES H03Ub. . « hen he jumpb off a s rec car in New Ha\en lonn Pitton die^ f cr lak np: a large do=e of liudinurn H was 1 jearb ol 1 une~a! service* art eld from tho "M hodist 1- plscnp-il ch ire i the pTstor Uc\ I B I Irk officiating A Hne of the Mi and P e n n s H a n a ft ~\\ est \ t g i n i i T e l e p h o n e cf~r jiiny to Broad Ford Is c'-rrpleter] "hrrf irp now three circuit** between Ct n r e l l s \ l l l e and L n i o n o w n A 1 no w M he r x t e n u e from ^cottOale to M o u n t P ea--ait I John T f o«vei of M a s o r t o w - anf 5 MI« H t r r i e t Is. Bl mcx di ^ h t ^ r of \\ S Bl i e of D u i o a r t w ihii re married at t h e ho e o' t h e bride Re\ P T C o n u i i or of ht Methodist ! Protestant rh rch p ri or Tied the rere W VNTF O--C1RL FOR C B\ERAL h o n s r \ \ o r l ftm I j of three good w he^ P a l l 111 StatP 5^ or at 111 \S e-Jt W i i h i n f t o n a%erui- 21junelt W V N " C D -- \ O P N Q MEN TO M \ vK sn nt, e x t r a monej Send rime and nidi ss n postal to J "W IIAMPTON P O Box 146 Washington D C ''Jjunelt* \V NCLD--OLD FALSE TEETH Don matter if broken I pay 52 00 to *15 OC per set Send by parcel post and ecoi e c! eck T\ l e t u r n m a i L L MA/I R °00 South t i f t h street Phil a I c l p h m Pa, Ijune22t ' ! 4junetf FOR r%rj- FOll RrST--ONE fa ROOM HOUSE f a l l Bell 408 R 2 j a n c 2 t * t O K RFNT--ROOM "tf Til BO\R1 3 i VA eat Vj pie street. 'Ojune f FOR [^C\T--ROO\5S FOR LIGHT ho -.ek t-oinj, ^ppb 113 S Sixth at 19June3te )d R t NT--UOOM FOR GLNTL Inquire -08 South Pros 3ect 24June"t FOR RI- NT --- \ DkSIRABLL th re room ipartment i\ th bit i In q ire I LORI NCF SMLTZ l l j u n c t f "Savings " i her* of tho c r m m u t t e had been chosen W« were the d t e u n e r oC tht, brood we .ntcnsive^ War j bj the j topic and had thejcpil ripht w e r c t h e " estl s son arer* asked by-j the President and bj Secretary Mc- Adoxh to pledge ourselves LO save and J*itfi\mr savings to \uy at definite time* a specific amount 01 "War Sav- Why atiould we be called to elect t h e i r chairman But i before the e \ e n t half a dozen par \ boss ** assembled in Plillidclpnia and re\ealed to him the program thej in tended to perpetrate Tha program was carried ont to letter and by processeB which ought to bring those responiible into the criminal courts Upon to do this EJid Vih f should we ' At least one member of the committee "" " " asksrthe \Var aarmgt, Stamp I admitted that he w~is influenced against his conscience to support the conspSracv by the promise of an an polntment to a postnuisterohip It 1** believed that man\ other members of The atalwart of t-e w iwjJ*t. moo I tho wild unhainesyed one ! The d i f f e r e n t chi u tnj,t b r o u g h t tht tear to mother a gentle ev«s By si mbllnj, a.t the chains of yeara ti 1 ill her preat-hmen i w ise And so t e dav \\c t irnecl fr m her ar d c 11 e to P l v m o u t h R o c k \nd nei|rl burs arniled arid said w e w e r e the blicl' sheep OL t h o flock The lad es rhurch pi in iaw-i f n t e n n omas fif T r m i t I ithi_r-n rod w i n t ind 11 e t e gr u n d s of M r s n i t l a r t OR RF NT -- STORIJIOOMS IN quire i-LOHLNCt- SMUTZ l l j u n e t f d I I OR S U \-r-~.BoIP v ROADSTER \T U l M i l P O N G S O A R V G F "-(June t * FOR SA.LE -- ADVJ-.HIIS1 Mt N Ta inder this head liicy are etfectHe and chean i OR b \ I I -- L S L D HI DbON AUTO node "U in pood runr- np condition lniJir. 1M V C r a w f o i d or "\Vellb Mills Oar in, l-ijunetf nne The ConneM w I! be pre-rnt Miss Joseph nf 1 \ l b r crht agent for t h e n n \ v. th B "L O bti d to Crilcl Icvn i c M i l i t a r j ban 1 Pi nt ti ucc^-ed J r f new r r p ho*** FOR S \ L P -- O N i L1CI1T FLA L -ussenge Reo i u u m bile \\ 11 stll choa Inriuir., of El Ml R MORROW ^co t nir I a 2juneU Committee ~We are called upon to do it because,. as President 'Wilson says this is a"war of nations not of armies the committee uere simiiarl in and everyone m the lani must do bis "^ere could be onl ore reason fn- share So tar more tnan 2 000 0 0 0 ' t h ^ pe-fldious treatmei t of the T irty men ha\e gone into Ui« Army and candidate for po^emor The partv Navy and 1,000000 im re are to join ^JJ? 11 ^^or^^ati^n'alfa 1 pitrnn before August 1 These 3 000 000 men ^e trading post thin elect a go*er give'themseies as thtur donation to, nor of the state T\ itli fair treatment the war The remaining 97,000 000 ln the organization of the part* com Soon a f t e r it argument ,a.5 o er ] i\ h u n rod f ei eo-Jntl\ tr ise 1 ir H r « \\ i l k e r f o r m e r U P X. n , a Her fori it,rt R A. t i hr e i" now fill nj, i « n tcluil B-rhoot 1 - arc eluded for In b l t u r n s*i he v. o d was sent hat w e d come home no more N e w J s had made ua proudl pi ad ht,re with our fields and m. nes T h e riches o f t h e world we had I s ch ictst foods and w i n e s \nd in t h e m o t h e r l a n d tw i* si!d w h e n po ips tongues w o u l d hum i That O-ICP a. w u.j«ard son wan bred I fro-n w h o m no pood would come M B i M B t l c l t P t 'XR' 1 The p i r the sum ri FOR S VLT--30 000 1 \NISH B 4 I L 1 h rt em u L! ingi, pli"ts \ erj ne 1C per I undred Call Bell phone r i n g 1 1 4 j u n c 4 t r \ ici ion people left at home must gne some thing else as their sh^in 1 Tlfas savings pledge 3! es the stay at homes an opportunity for service TVe are askea to pleage ourseHes to sa~\ e and economize to use labor and materials only as necessity demands and to invesi our saving in VFar Sa\ ugs Stamps The government asks, us to do tills because the amount of labor and ma tenals m the countrj is limited there Js not enough oC either to permit us to o»e it in the same free way as w e did in peace times and at the same time to lea\e enough in the markets for the use of the govtrnment. It is purely a question, of ^upplr and demand. If we use the supply the gov eminent does not ha^e It for war needs. And the smaller the amount the government has for use the longer will the war last. That is the primary reason for the savings campaign But there is another side to the question The government iafcs us to pledge ourselves to sa e to help win the war It does not a, k us to give it anything except our ctope-ation In retuni for our help we receive a gov- emrnent security which pavg us a good rate ot Interest 1C we do as the government asks, and as we should this ""then" will be tte result 1) ^e shall buy only those- things necessarr to maintain u* m; the best of health and spirits (2) by refraining from buying unnecessary things we shall lea^e in the markets for government use a (Beater 5Bpply.-of labor, and material with which to win a quicker victory (3) by not fritfermg our money away on things that do not maki for efficiency TW sfiafl^ keep ourselves m better health and increase oar powers of production, (4*bv Inrpsting our sav- Stamps we BHall ; aside for those days ^h'ch. inevitably come if we live long roongti, the moans to greater than an e\«"n chanoe o f election th-* election f such a man to th fice of governor won I hi\e put an 1 end o the office brok^r-iRe busmen* rf the consp ritora who h a \ e been w r e c k in*' the party for half a do-en f ir 1 ! Because of that the\ determined to hamstring ^trn at the rutset and send him In o the race a hopeless cripple Commending the att tude taken by , Judge Bonmwell as stated m his j platform issued after the state com j mlttee spurned his request to name his campaign manager the Johnstown Democrat says This is likelj to strike i responsive chord in the breasts of moet old fa*h loued belifvers in Jeforsonlan Democracy It ma be expected ti appeal more or less e f C t c t i v H j to other cltl»»as who ha\e not i iclde 1 abjectly to the p"oscripti%e propaganda w hich baa been so rampant d u r i n g recent xears and that h-is found its special o p p o r t u n i t j in the wa~ Even had both \vmgs of the Penn sylvanJa Democracy continued to flop in unison althougi wet to the point of complete saturation the Ho publicans would have entertained no fear of electing their t-cket. "ttith the hopeless rupture in the ranks of the unternOed the election will now mereh become a matter of rolling up i a n*»w record ii Republican majon ties in the 'imperial Republican commonwealth ftl} the h»pp ye-irs fl^w by then But i bitter prlef and CJ.ro of j Out of a clc ir and ?unn sh\ ttruck at O i l Th Hi Uu t r i n mother th«re t h e h t i l ^ the storv ru s t r c ^ e l b trant mi(-ht m he 1 - called upon h**r ^or (-u rd her throusrh tl * n f K t e ·* forces batter**! Ht her door w a f he- da of f ar Sut wo it.il! kept our distant ^hore ai J did not seem to hear \crosi thref t h o u n a n 1 mileR of lea one d. v i 3tra**Kor came And no prhbors qu*"rtioned Who Is he an I w h a t can hr his n a m r " Thp mother raise her troubled e* es and P I f his splendid fac" for sh alonf could rMiognizc t h p cour 11, of his raco M j bny ja home once morp she -ifd N w ha^e I noug-ht to feitr ^onn 5 hi I E the t y r a n t how A.n erica is here' T H L R - n A Y J1 -VI 2T 100R DelaiJed r port of tht. ( u n n e l ^ v l l l c o l t trHtl f o r the ire k en H i t , Iu 20 shows a tola of " - o\ er d i the r gion of \ hlt-h is t m n bla£ and 2 f-15 Id p \ ih i i i. il c h t l r n a t produL-t n f 1 _T 4 °'* l r l s S h l p m n In t h e w k aKf-rej,ite G 3o_ cir U t r t b U ( d a« f 11 w s P i t t ^ l u r n ** j earn 10 i intv ^ r- 3 I I car** to po r t « rsi^t 4 J S L i r incr j. (, ' 51 cars _r t h e I f l o ·tdd t Q 1 o \ e n 5 th r s, o i ho F bias 1 oO LH 1 ir i r bt,i if., red bj atnrs FOR a \ L F -- OAlvL \.ND ROAD Btrr \ ) t h t r u f it bfrt Too ight fo*- p esent n u r p o s Cht-ip tn q u i c k CAbh b u v e r Add ess X care Cou ier ISJunetf pan lr 1 eln,, ro 1 ti -in ] u t t i n ^ in ad j t OiiJ.1 \ C " ind p r t . i t PT a v I t l j k n o w r di « tl hi I l v oir 1 b i t t h o ^co t d a i -N h i v . h e n i i i f T o r h i, ONE h trt on ^1 irh one 1 h rse plow one °t of h r n v ^ w o r k ha no'-ff one h a r r r . iv. o i rp L r e r i W 1 *L\\ f r M " ^n TS! I n q u re J C J ^ TI L. ' n r m H cK f rl«c I J f l I N N I N G FOH SMJT -- CHFVPFST A N D MOST conv^n p n t b u l l l t n g Jots f o r w o r k m e n Ard oth rn Cltj w a t e r n a t u r u l gas, elect ic Iljfht. trolley service Prices rant," from $*VO to $ ou but mostly r n n g e around 1-00 I n q u re w h i l e thej last nt thw offce of THB CO^NNEL.1 S \ ILUF INTENSION COMPAN i Th« Co r T H j f l J l i K C n n D t - l i j \ i H 6 Pa. I O ^ T -- K I Mvi c o o e n o foi j * t e r d a \ from u t o t n o b i l c Ite A ir 1 if retu nt,d to Tbe Courier of tier I j u n e 0 t proj f i 11 e n l j t n i n u i l icu tl r mb f f f ! i I I ou 1 1 hea used in Thi Daily To j I rinff resultH. Try them. Wcs are dcri/ins conaiderably more conxfort out of the chilly June days and nig-hts than either Bill or Karl are out of the warm reception tbeir troops are having on tho Italian and western fronts With the aid o* the youne men who have rallied to Company C Connells ville holds fist to its record as a pa f Jotlc center of the Past Con doused from the Files ot The Courier FRIDAY JVL.V C. 18«8 M Snder o' Mount Pleasant tnJ pr tir PI owit f itif alonv, 1 ranch f i l l i n g I O'w den , M!«s ' Mr ILH 1 and R,, the hr f I t Li t at i i nm f [ t r r nto[ i n i n t , n I f o K. O h l sr f r Lhp B i H i = I an a t ra! r T! Ird I r * Ml -- 1 3 L N II Ot U 1 1 1 s l r i " i r n j v c a l l n, i t r t , f o r t h i s a d KTEIS ON O u n e r mav C Jr er T.nd _ 4 u n e l t cti n t\ il\c b r i a G F M R V I HOI 31 P U N T l ^ C J AD 1re«s O B SH \V, 11C Orchard A \ c t i t j 1° u n e l O t " Hnnbar Ordinance ind | i r p h me II r ilurt n of t t -tr Mieu Anna L Jjay on of Proupect sir t,i r r e p m a They are coming: Brutal Billyu-n 100 000 strong e\ ery se%en dajs ^ruce Hollow had better not pin too mucn faith to its peace locnsta When so much can be accomplished by jorcdng-**m this "Wr Savings cam- po*5n why should re not do It 7 UEM0CBVTS 13 DFSPAIB. The- Democrato erf Penn^ylTania, wlJeth-T: tfaev bo of the Old Guard or th« ew Freedom faith, practiceg and b*IIeC hare uUe^ly despaired of being abl* to elect any p irt oC their tick«t^arthe aeit electiin The blunt rcfaial of tto Palme"-McCornuck controlled state conmlttec to concede to Jud^e Eonnhreh tho wot' candidate for governor the time-honored prMlege of adectins h u erra cam- palgrv manager has m-oted so much sorer siprn And It will come tire marrlod in the home ot the bi Ida Rev J W Biker pw-itor of the StcU o diat Episcopal church offlcij.td The Popublicans ot the ton n und \icinlty hold a roualng: ratification meeting In the opara. house Tho nmet ing concluded w i t h a hufco bonflri, on. the opt la ^louae equare Cttixens )f Com elloTiile celebrate tho Fourth oC J u l y j The nu neroua dea.dlockp in the echool boa-d over th« election of a principal and his assistant* are broken. Prof J I Humbert H re elected prin cipiJ n 'he "1st billot over J A. Dei ereirx. Thic'v es HuTibert a StoufTer of S u I \rch?l « Tin P ' er or later pecta perhaps ooner than Bill ex Thf Chaut-tuqoa is intendeG as an upli'tlnff institution for both young and old not a, place for either to prac ice l i f t i n g automobile tools and ac The crder of Kaiser Bill to Kaiser *»arlle to put Ttul hors de combat" \es ind catun t i n e into the same class as the order for that Pans So long sis the r-illro-id \dministra tion continue to select of the J B Yohe type the public will not have cause for complairt ft breach" that toe leaders of both M :*ons have gven up ail hope that it i ^= be Jwalcd. We dc not need to i fn, these -hmgs Mere - to the editor! 1 columns of if By H i l t Mason ter the home of James Dun bar and jrteal a silver J u n e 1 T u n p 18 J u n e 19 DfifcUIS. _ I were not so -weighty if flfce the Bellefonte m / *1ntr\ ears wer^ not so close to th« Tohii-town Demo- ei s htv J-d scrtp like seven steers. You h^ T,«r^ wo"W not see me sittine here in an nas aerer easy cn a.i r -while martial lads ire hit sfaadOKT of ting- e*ich other e-verrwhere Id. like the fact beyftnd ° be a "y* r »nd -nonnt an aeroplane eontrad.cttoo a s the fo- ^^. -»,, ^ «-- .""J'V^ flrom the watchn an attests Prussian birdnxen w i t h patriot L S I Q watch tog-eihoi fith J130 in caah A baby gj-l la born at the hom«s of Mr *id Mrs L. E Angell The "Youth bank conciudea neeo la tlons foi tlib purchase ot a burglar and fire proof hafe One uf the heav cat rain Btorms in years pasrses over t h e town flooding- the struet« Mount Pleasant accepts the offor of the "Mount Pleasant TV tter comp n y for I n s t a l l a t i o n of 50 water p uss Smithlield schools opei with A T "W est aa principal and Miss Lizzie Abrahams assistant f dward Smith a Sco tdale boy fills 25 feet from a cherry tree breaking 1 is arm biased Sarah aad May B lohnnton attend n tc^cheis' examination at Fair chance The Youfeh Pishing club prepares to leave for un.mp on the St. Clair river I Mich The party will be composed of Harrv and Charles Stout D F 35verett E T \c rton Louis P McCormlck Sam uel Clark and W H Templeton Over 100 persons are present at a sociable held in the English Lutheran parsonage ' August Tames W'sginton formerly employed September n this office has his hand painfully -· ^ovembc^ December STATKMICAr OF CIJtCbl AT1O"V State of P t r n j l v i n j. C o u n t y of Pay c te 84 Before me t h r subacribt,r a N o t a r j Public w i t h i n an! for s i l l County and StiU per«onaJl ppoa.ro i J W y l l e DriHCOlI who beinR du -, aworn accord infe, to law did depose and !a Tl it he is Assist in \ aiiaRi-r uf Cir c u l a t i n n ot The C * u r r i daily r e\vs p ipnr p iblihed in Connelly lie Pa. ard thit. tht n u i I e r f i iperb printed d u r i n g tl o wt oh en lint, faa urdaj 1 13 Ii G8 R S10 6 800 foll J u n e T u n e 5 G"7 i, t G r i · Dally a\crapro g b ^o Trat t e da U c i r c u l a t i o n bj montlie for tho o i r 191S to Ute v, TA at, fol I a i 8 "Month Daily Av January 175 953 p OQ Febr J.rj ISG I C o 6 5V March I 0 7 3 " G 06 April ! 8 I 6 f S j May l 1S1 2a3 C " 3 That the da lj circulation by months tor the year 1917 to f i t e wag aa fol \ \ O K D I N \ N C C P R O V I D I N G F O R he t aj ni t of i icenbe fee lo be 1 lid DJ i and t _ \ e r j person part n hu or t, n o i ion o p e i T t i n f , a i j n r k l i e if n o \ t n g r p i c t u r e tlicatro h i t r « or otht r plac of unu«emmt ur p c o l ri-om in tho B-orouprh of Dun h i r d p r \ i d f i i R f o r h e collection of 1 MI i a r l i l r r \ idlngr IK n 1 \\" for ^ o l i t l e n thereof J c It rd ii o i and e n a c t i d b; the 1 rtv. n incil of the Bor^uRh of D in i t n 1 I N herob-s ord i l n t d ai J nirt t j t h e a u t h r i t j o f t h e sime S ctior 1 -- Til it t ahill he unliw f u l f r im person or persons' part n f r ^ h i p r cor oration to operate or tn m.i ntiin t ny nlckelodeo n o \ l n f e picture t licit re h c i l r o or other iltici. rf n T u i e m e n t or pool ronm w i t h i n the B o r o u g h of Dunbir w i t h o u t 'Jrst tmv tnr obtilned a license t h e r e f o r e f r o w t h o riurt,e«;«» ind pud therefor a 11 cen-Je foe of ton (1Q 00) dolla s per n i r n t h f i such nickelodeon m n r i n p r p t c i u r c t h o n r r e heatro or other place of inru'Temcnt and n\ o (So 00) dollars per n o n t h for HJC!I popl room See- Son ' -- Tliat an pp son or per sons *)ar ners lip cr corpor tion \ io l a t i n f r ars of t o n r o \ i s i o n s of thi 1 - rdlm cc upon c o r ^ i c i nn thereof sh til paj i fine cf not CRS than ten (J10 00) doll rs n n r more than t w c n t j fl\ («?5 00) d u l l i r ^ and conts fo t, ch off enie the si rnc to be col lectod is p r o v Idcd h w Soc ion 3 -- Ml oidlnances or p-*r)5 of rdlii lice's Inconsistent h e r e w i t h ti.ro hc"cb r c p p T l c d Or l i t r e and e n a f t e d th *; ''Ist day t f J u n o I M S A J S l F W A R f Pres t lent of Couicil \ t t e s t CEO b · \ f \ R T t \ **ocretj.r* of Council l u n * 21 1918 tl " forcfjoinr or 1 ! nance an p rent, ALFX Tl D l j N r \ X b }rs? b ljunelt March April crushed w h i l e feeding a press In the office of the McKeesport Reg-iater ra.rnAT. JWE 34, jiss. Detailed report of the Connellav^lle coke trnde for the week c n d l n p Juno 18 «-b,ows a total of IS 60S over 1 ? in he region if which 13 603 are in blast j M o n t h 15 -G1 130 85' 149 -131 139 I S O H j 1G 1-1 596 15357o 165 5Da lo-i IDS 16G *33 1ST 192 155 848 C 45,1 Q 5 3 1 5 5G7 u 5 4 s *4G 8 143 6 13.! 6 .6 G IB* 1 5 27 623-1 5 8 G 9 Total I j l 341 And f u r t h e r ao.y t i not J \ \ \ L I C DKISCOIL Sivxirn o ai d s-ib^cribed b e f o r e t h i s - d day of J u n e me J B KURTZ V P Es Pircel Post to j o u r door Send v o u r money novi "We w i l l ship at once Parcel Po'st charges paid Barred Plvmout Rocks and Rhode Island Hed 1 * al '5 (or S 4 50 50 for J n 00 100 for 517 50 Mso White and Broun Jjepr norm at 25 for J 4 00 GO for $ 8 00 00 for 11550 BLT C RIDGE POUFTHI F VR« Bell Phone 17"0 Lmontown FT A countrj worth fighting for is a country worth saMiig for A million young Americans are m arms and other mill'ons are getting ready, which shows that this couitn is worth the b ggest kind of a fight Now let us at home invest our savings in \\ ar Savings Stamps War Saving Stamps are for sale at e^cry one of our stores Inventory bargains continue all this i,\eeX Inventory closes Saturday June 29th Ihe bargains are not confined to anv department but are general all over the store--it is a monej saving opportunity Perhaps you want to buy shoes, perhaps it is clothing or it may be dry goods Whatever line you are seeking, we are offering ou at the same bargain opportumtj 83 Larffo Deportment Stores, Located in Fayette Westmoreland and Allegheny j Counties. BDT TTAR- SAvncs THIS BLT SUISGS STA3LPS THIS Orfords, Pumps Shoes--all the shades and colors that are good All the newest ana best styles are here Men women and children with real Shoes LOT VALUES That Cannot Be Dupluatcd An yn liere -- 1 hat S-M-A-S-H All Precedents in LOTS as low as On Tour Onn Terms Located at Poplar Groe -- A beautiful spot indeed -- the coming residence district of Connellsiille -- only a 15- minute -walk 01 a 5-mmute car iide from Brimstone Corner When you consider that farm lands in Fa ette county are being sold at greater prices than ou are offered this land right at your door in a. developed and constantly improving neighborhood -- then j o u l l start to realize how big these values really are Extensje Improvements -Water m front of every lot btreet improvements and fine shade trees Church and Public School nearb\ Every convenience right at your commanu It costs you nothing to get all the factb-- siniplj -nrite C. B. McCORMICK P. 0. Box 144. COSAELLSTILIE, PA.

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