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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, July 5, 1918
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""jTg ' **l --. ^ 4 , , ! ^ j t r , *?T , I ' THE DAILY COtmiEH, CONNELtSVILLE, IHEUDAT, JTJlvI a, 1915. Ji^ Batty ttrrarirr. ^,. ^~ I..".' · 1, · :-j " . ; , , ' ' ---· , ,; j . ·' ^ .-.HEfRTi!P.-Wtll*lC.~i... .v IVouader and Editor. ' ' j.. DUISCOU*. . fcfy and TMMJ" '·B«l«« 5; JOHN. 1,. GANS . : S~~. .\-. » Mlnarins Editor. ···:;. , - -,' 4- WALTER A-sirnniEi* ; ; ;·: !: .' Cltj- -Sdftor. :··_.. , · ' i"- MISS LTJ.-NE B. KESCBU* :.. Ij ' 'Soeletr Baiter. .' ·· · 55 \ · ''XEMBERS OF ?; .'.:·'. j: ' . Associated Press,"' ".'· *-··:"- ·.JAuc)lt Bureau^ ol Circulation;.... ftniwyLvanIi ".Aiiociatea -Daillea. « · - - · ' · -- ! "-. "-· .4 · ^w» cent* per- copy. We-- per; mimtn; II for year by niau if paid .In advance. littered u Record elaa»: matter ;at ttOBUT KfZKEN}, JUKI/*, IMS. ;* n Cnrter-. Onto rta* " WTLIJAK r. «B«RUAM. Ho«pttal* American Ei 7- pedltloaarT*. Franc*, ' ·; HA13-H F SUQER. · ' Ctmtmmj H, Slltk tofaatrr. JB. a. Ji.,"A..".Anwrican ;i tioitary . . HABOLD JtlCHET, ^^.^ 3Jau«ry B, IdTth Field Artillery. S»th DIvMon, U. 8. N. O.. American expeditionary^ ForetH, -France. Benjaaibt-- _ Gr»BC,TJ::». ~ 1 Compur.^It Battalion, ;·!·· : fa»try K»j4«ceTm»nt Brl- ··? (ad*. Caeav-fM. Va. : -' J : - ·::£? ~ . ' .'" - * - _L. ·luii»ely entitled to,Llt« {·publication of al 4tapatehe» credited ·Iherwlae credited in thU paper «|id also the Ivcnl new* p«- IMied herein. ;-A FIGHT Not only AmerieaKe at 'bone and ourjioldiera abroad, but onr AHIes and all jibe war-harried people* o( r :tb* Iao4* that ture .8Ulf« ed tb»j J«Ta«Ut- : inroads foil ?t£et llua btrbarlaoi, : thrilled to nev hope, inspired to a'new determination, by the-knowledge) tha". the United States, now that it IB been forced into the war, will EotfgheaJhe tbe sword until, the .one i»sue of the war--the destruction of military, "once for' all" ThaV was ' the for tie whole world, kertibte **6f President Independence Day address," delivered at the tomb of tbe man who compelled a like settlement of the 1s- sue-ta tbe days of 1776. Voicinf-the: ; 5entiment of our ova natijm and o*ir Allle.?,- and witncaeinj tieJderotloQ and singleness "ol pur- pO!«!of .both. .President Wilson de- clarid that, '"There can .be bat one issuei Tbe settlement must be Taeri can be no compromise. -So half-way dtcision. wouid be tolerable, No halt way decision is conceivable. These are the ends for which .the associated' : peoples .of the world" are' fighting- an'oV-whicH must be conceded - ; - ' ' ISt FOURTH JUT Ul'KKRATTOICll HOLIDAY. Tiere'wlirlfte'no'reciirrlBg celebration of the. Fourth of July sach ag we have "knbw'nr it·· formar ye»r». . iBe- Iin»ing yesterday it loft its character as j» ^national; liolidayJand became International holiday; For many yean; colonies of Americans domiciled in :.forei«n J 'countries have held' quiet :cel«brai)an tait ihey hare Been purely-, local.- ,in character. .Tejiteriday (tatecmen,'(Juefkls, men of affairi and tfie commpfcpebple of Biglahd^Prinee and Italy.':fludly-'and"proudly Joined withbur loldieri in'the trencbw, behind the lines, a- the supply depots, in tbe! training caiups and with the Red .Cross,'Y: M. C. A., K. pi C., and other Americans'in the most remarkable and widespread observance of our natai;day the; world has ever seen. . In addition several of the South and Centra] American countries celebrated the day with official sanction. , We need UTMrigntly understand the significance of. this general observance of the day. - ittjwas .not merely an ex hibitioh of international courtesy, o an cvideBce.of cordial and friendly re lations between tie United States an the nations that .did'us such signs honor. It" was.Vjiui»t of all. a tribut tej-tSs American Cation and jtJie'Amer can soldier/ T».;'the; nation' because true to, the principles ,it ha» consistent '"" ' ' toti^sm ItB-jfoundation, has thrown 'the'weight of Its powe and rewnirce* an the mreponderan force In the ttrugtle ajairnt mllitan- antocracy and world domination. ra. tribute tc thn Anierican sgldie IOM 'of his - ralor, gallaiitry an flaring,on the Arid* of France he ha iMitaueU more than the mate for .lie «oMlCT« ol. that army whic »··. ap«nt M y«r« in preparation t 1*fy the armlet' of half the civilized world. In rwowe«fnlne», iklll, eovr '*«· ud »11 the Qualltiei that go t make lighting men the American so tier« hare shown that they are mo* worthy IDS* of wortby forefathers wh dtKlared, and wheae dewcndanta bav ·ubfteqnentlT; -maintained, those prln cipie* of political liberty that hav made the Fourth of JoJr the greates at all day*. i It !» not surprising, but 11 i« a sourc j* pardoeotAU pride, ttiat onr natio our' fightiag men' have been- th recipients of so unusual a tribute. miifFt'Dot become vain or pnffefe np 1 comiequence;. or. awrume that w« hav done all that we need to do. Instead "we must show our appreciation b presaioc forward so resolutely ID th part w« have taken.that the i Fourth of July-.will be celebrated - In Berlin, when the German people, freei of Frmsiianlsin, their own and. liberty' last foe, will join with toe whole worl In the most Joyous oceMlon mankJiw Christ child inacgeri in Bethlehem's th low! there can; b« -peace: %irst-- Tke destruction «j every ·rJMtrary. pvwer ciiywlwn Uat cap separately, Mtretlj an* »1 its siaf le elKlce, Otatai'b tfe« acwrt of ta* w»rlcl; or, if H ea»»ot ; be prtseaUy «estrty«l, at tt*-l«Mt lt»"rfdaett«i to Tirtul Japtteiec. ?«tco»«-- Tie ; rttOtmtmi of every qvestloa, wketlier of terrl. t»ry, »f (·venlgBly, ·( ecoaomic arnDgnKBi; «r of aoIIUeal rela. tlMMMp, »ri« U» oi trw ae- eertaace,*! thai »»IU«»«aHy Uie ' acfple iMcdlately c*neeraed, aid a»t:na«'ta»l« «( tbe Material, iatrmt or a4Ta«tage of any other ·atfoa «r jieRaJe.^!?* »»y «e«lr? , » d«et«»f «'-4««*e"t:Jot tike Mkr: »l;lts"owii esterlor inRienee or "Third--The com en t of .all Ha- ·rp-' 1 Uoii to be governcrJn"(Velr GOB. Stev i»«* towards each other by the laiK principles ui -rfsjeet-w the ffinon law ol chHI»d sotietj thai govern tleJudlfMiuU tftfaens ·f «11 Modern sfaWs.ln f»*)r reU- tk*» with one uwtttetKUi'tkeirad fluff all promises end comnaneV ·rkts .(tar IK ssen'dly observed. i*:'»rfi»te'j'l*U *i cDMplradfs tofthed, » 'feDlsk Injuries wriifM wlta-liBF«Bity'a»« 1 »mu- tma¥ trwl estoklMed n*o».-tbe,~ aaiidsame lotmiattoii of « iiiHiial To«rtt--Tlie eatoblhlmgat of . n ·vgKBintton tta peace wklck ahal! mAfJteaiOm thai tie earn- Mned power of frtr MrtJ*is _wlll__ ' iivwlvi of r%kt aid the ~mtm s«e»r».,Vy alerdhtf a - deniHe M»«J of optaiM to which «H »·§«, »»b«iit aad by which etery li^crairfiMMl read- \J«stpf»t'Mi»l «»!)»»t he waleaMy · e»«cMTi*l atol-»e saneUoBetl." Oirreany cannot roisnnderstand tbjf staienttnt 'of- tfirin* ^XLO ino^re tha^TiKCi can mlronfl«T»(aHd iifl itorpose and: un*lterabTCT;*fterinln.-ition,L of the. United; Slate's ud our Allies to back np these terms. A It is » flght »nd al ««-'". to'the flBish. la,wSfch the.whole rot: our HEABT TO vTDT. Arrangement for the formal opening of the Republican campaign in Pennsylvania, will shortly be core pleted. Senator ..Willlaii E. ..Crow state chairman, will announce the several committees within a few day and the time :.and .place for the for mal notincatlon of the'candidates wll be decided upon. Unlike th* p*tnocr«(ic state organ ization, which hs denied Its candi date the, time-honored right of nam ng a campaign manager and other wise indicating his wishes, the Republican committee will leave to Sen ator William C. Sprotil, the Republi can candidate, and Senator Edward E. BeWelznan, his running mate for lieutenant governor, the selection o the place for formal opening of the campaign.] ' Chairman' drow proposes to make the notification meeting a grand rally of Pennsylvania Republicans at which all the fore** of the party may attend nnd aflsist in arranging for campaign work. This gathering will follow to none .extent the example set by the tccent meeting of the Republican state committed when all differences between^the separated elements were barmoniiea. The result will; W that the party will go into the state eon- test with -a united front and with every member and worker determined to.roll up the bi(tjest majorities ever recorded In the' hwtory of the "imperial Republican . Commonwealth." ;-?The battle cry wfll'te "win the war" by compelling efficiency, economy and haste in our preparation for the straggle ahead of us and by bringing every voter to know that he has an important,.part In achieving; success of .^il^l^ greatest,'of .all 'Sur under- Tfte Anst.railans aerrt a giant craclc- er thrcmifh 1 ' the-Hun ranks yesterday lost tofftt them-*itou- thatf ttiey'wcrc ha.vinfr^i' .lit. tie-celeb ration of .American Independen:e Day'.Vall. of : their own. Wllll ailt'.'Kafier. 'i.undirstahd what ".'A reiBn'^f^TAW.-bawed/on 1 the '·.consent of the -tfeTert:ed-an r l.su8taled by'the will be Not nOTrf-^rpeihapsjT.^Ht^ne^.will 'know ·efore.- auppiijr ,:Fo.orth,.;:o£.:Julr rolls around which, by the way, celebrated! in Berlin. ... . . - .by l . . i l l be IrlTen-to,the;MijiUjj;-wl«)t_» rcilstleinwii.' Gennajry ; «*nnot ; wift- stajll. A neirhbor'i house was bumlnr down; fury wais Intense; ., ' Th*-~flam«s went spitting, towards the ally,: tb« clonda. . of amok*...were dense,---. . ' · ran to share the fight, but 'iine 'looked^down th« .street, And said: "Mr-~ suppers ready, now, and 1/11 and eat." .'. ·me wer)i1 l» nnw, abliie with bate. ,t:-''th"c ski**, wjflr'nre af.e'red;-';.'-.... The^flelo^' of Frimce .today 'are strewn "' · v~wltK.yyouniF. 1 an'd. roanly deadr:..^ .·'· "Xna^T'ipt^T^^eard /.aVnwin complain- that "i he waa aalcejS 'to. eat . ·' - ·;-.:";·."" fits" 'ahar* -of sacrificial bread tb^Blve ·' tlMr-w*)rriors; wheat. ' . .-.^i:'''.-"'^ And. !· Have 'heard 'a man: demdr,:. wh'eii . called, upon-to .-aid,, : ' V : . ' . That it would Interfere with aoine-pet' iure-plan. he'd.raade-^ '-· ':.-· heard »n*.aa-y,- la tfm*']tk*"tbiii,- wltti an'."th*-world at BTip;-4;"--. . Tliat h«-i,would,-i'net deny MraMtf a almple. nahlni; 4rip! -···· : ;\*--'-';:r'--.-\ Oh, P*tty · imen. ' torcet ytMTMlre*! There is a lot of special hfct veather raiment in our stores for the July demand. Don't wait, until the last day, buy now what you need and benefit by the savings offered. The prices may not be possible again for a long time. Men's clothing, boys' clothing, women's, misses', and children's clothing, of every description; cool* hot weather, July specials. Many of them, are a class of goods that we will not be able to duplicate on; perhaps we will not be-able to get them again for years. Mills that manufactured these goods are out of'business--the Government Is using them for making clothing, blankets, underwear, etc., for the soldiers; prices are advancing. Many of theso lines today would cost more wholesale than bur retail prices; therefore, if you are in need of anything in the way of raiment for men and boys, if you are in 'need of any summer dreMe* for women, misses, and children, or goods to make summer dretaea, skirts, or shirt waists, buy now, buy while you can get the good*. You can get raeticaUy what you want now; biter yon will b« obliged to take what yon, can get. Union Supply Co. ·8 I*n* DcputJBvBt Mm*, Loestod in FayrtU, WMtmoreUxd *ad AIla(jtieny OooatlM. Smart Footwear Reasonably Priced Oxfords, Pumps, Shoes--All the shade* and colors that are good. All the newest and best styles are here. WE FIT Men, women and children with real Shoes. HOOPER LONG 82% Die Penniless o UT of every hundred men who die each year in the United States eighty-two go to their graves penniless. They leave widows who must either go to work to support themselves or rely on charity. Do you want to be one of the eighty-two? Do you want your widow to be a victim of vour improvidence--an object of cold charity when you are gone? Of course you do not. : · The vast majority of that EIGHTY-TWO DIE PENNILESS because they do not think to tave when they are living and- earning. Are you saving money to care for your wife if you should die? If you are saving, are you investing where your money will be absolutely safe--where it will always be worth 100 cents on the dollar and where it will pay you 6% interest as regularly as the change of seasons? First Mortgage Bonds safeguarded under .tbe Straus- Plan pay bty--the highest interest consistent with safety. By buying bonds safeguarded under the Straus Plan you ect absolute security--a first mortgage on the best properties in the biggest and most prosperous cities of the United States, prompt payment of interest in cash inn freedom from all the worry and care of management The bett proof we can give yon of their security is the fact that no investor has ever Jose a dollar of principal or interest on any bond boueht of S. W. STRAUS CO., since this house was founded 36 years ago. Our customers--thousands in number- are scattered aH over the United States and foreign countries and include banks, insurance companies, trustee! of estates and the shrewdest men of means. Their purchase of bonds safeguarded under the Straus Plan run into hundreds of millions of dollars, and not a dollar of interest or principal has ever been lost to them. These investments are ideal for ALL the people, because they can be bought in amounts of $100, 8500 and $1000. You should learn more about these safe bonds, and about tbe reasons why they will make vou a good, safe investment. They will take care of you and your dependents if the "Rainy Day" ever comes. Write today for our book, "6% on Your Savings With Safety." No charge--no obdigation on your part Ask for Book 'o. MC889. For age and want, *ave while yoa may, No morning sun last* a whole day. --BENJAMIN FRANKLIN S.W STRAUS CO. ESTABLISHED 1862 INCORPORATED 150 BBOAHVfAT," S'EW YOBK. Detroit Thirty-six Years Without Loss to Any Investor This is life's biKgest ago. The preateat -drama of all'timeu now upon the fftatfe! deedf are claiming bis men ,h«re, ·with, victory at stake; Sis ' thoughts mutft occupy men'e ·minds and petty, plans must tr«ak. Clwmtfle* AtftttamemtuH When used In fht Dally Courier *ay» Brine r«ralt». Trr them. WANTED --' TOOK bu.lnes.. BENDINE'S. BlAREBBINO . tt WANTED--BELL EOT AT SMITH HOUSE. ' ,' 2ajunettd ·WANTED--BOTS OVER IS YEARS f age. COtiyTSLJiJSVmiiE KHiK. M1X,U CO^ INC. ZJulytf WANTED--EXPERIENCED MALE lDping clerk; war Work. SI.1GO RON ft STEEL CO. .- WANTED -- CARPENTERS Jfi '5 per day. Laborers 3.«0 per ds.y PRICE CONSTRUCTION CO., Western Maryland New Engine, BowesS Junction. 3J«ly2t' WANTED -- CARPENTERS AND carpenter h^per* to build conaixuetlpn pamp at Payette station. Good waees Apply to A. L. ANDERSON * BROS...INC., Fayette station. Bjulytf WANTED--OLD FALSE . TEETH Don't matter If broken; l pa , r $2.00 to 111.0* per rat. Send by parcel post »nd receive by return mall. L. MAKER 2007 South Fifth «tr«et, Philadelphia,' f*- . · · 5july22t" WANTED--GOVERNMENT NEEDS 20,000 clerks at Washington. Examinations everywhere in July. Experience unnecessary. .Men and women desiring government positions wrIU for free particulars to J. c. LEONARD, (former Civil Service Examiner), 19! K«nols building, Washington. . . ,29June5t« WANTBP--MALE CLERK. IN- lrc at B. O. MASTER MKCfiXN- CT3 OFFICfc 5july3t WAOTEP--20 HEN,^-WAGES: :3.-,i per day. Apply .at- FpUNDAMO COMPANT. West Penn Power plant. 2ju'lySt WANTED --THB: ST. FRANCIS Hospital Trainlne School lor-Nxi Plttsburc, FA., offeo a three y cotirs'e-to young: wo*«n over elirh rears of aec, hxriaff; tbe necessary , tiuallncations. Tfce course Includes all BJulySt i the branches of nunsfn^, and in addition.- hydrotherapy and m-Sssapc. Thti hospital has a capacity, of hve hundred beds, and Is affiliated with the University of Pittabursr, for teaching purposes. For further particulars apply to the DIRECTRESS OF NURSES. Columbia Mid-Month Records Go On Sale July 10th. A2560--10 in.r-V5c Aock-a-Bye Tour Baby With a Dixie Melody, from "Sinbad" AI Jolson Sterling Trio- Alice, I'm in Wonderland (Since the Day That I First Met You) A2561--10 In.--"oc. The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady Bye and Bye A2S57--10 in--75c I Wonder What They're Doing Tonight Arthur Melds and Peerless Quartette I'm Atways Chasing Rainbows, from "Oh, Look" . - Harry Pox A255S--10 in.--75c Robert Lewis Campbell and Burr Cheer Up, Mother When the War is Over I'll Return to Yon Hugh Donovan ajid James Reed Peerless Quartette Prince's Band Prince's Band Prince's Orchestra Prince's Orchestra Marimbaphone Band A2552--10 in.--75c 'A Frangesa (Introducing Vocal Chorus) French National Defile March A6048--12 in.--$1.25 Toujours ou' Jaraais (Ever or Never) Danube Waves A2550--10 in.--75c At The Cotton Picker's Ball--Fox-Trot There's a Lump of Sugar Down in Dixie---Medley onoe-Step; Introducing (1") Cleopatra; (2) 'N Everything from "Sinbad" . Marimbaphone Band A6047--12 in.--$1.25. Rose Room--Fox-Trot * " Prince's Band Where Those Cotton Blossoms Grow--Medley One Step--Introducing (1) When You Feel a. Longing in Your Heart, from"Tlie Love Mill;" (2) The Love Mill; Prince's Band TS^^y^^^soc^maii': ^sL, ;o. Cheap to quick buyer. 3cll phone. Call B75 2july4l ' KOR SAL-E^--4,000 FEET ROTJGH lumber 'and slightly used flooring. JOHN IIOBINSOX, Sprlnsrfleld Read, FOR SALE-^A-HL; KINDS OF RUB- ber Stamps; manufactured by C. ??. ' 309 West Crawford. -^ A HOUSEKEEPER, middle a£e' pi*eferred',* references re* ulred. Call Bell phone 333-J. , .V- 1 ,-"'- ' ··'-'·.r ' ' - · · ' .' .5july3t* ' CHAMBER- aid arid third trick : coofc. Beat waje* ld. CUPP'S RESTAURANT. "Wafer; tr«et ;· : .'-.- · ' . · ' · . ; · - · · 5july7f FOR RENT--APARTMENTS. FLORENCE SltfUTZ, ' 24JUnel* FOR RENT--THREE UNFURNISH- ed rooms, b*th. Apply 316 West- Crawford. , 29JuneSt* COMPOSITOR JAN ttrmctive proposition: for .'* goot 'job oropas[ton .TPrUe' BBtfSHOFF PRINTING, CO.,, Johnstown; ;p»J: ' t 5juljjlt* : V 'FOR KENT--TWO LARGB ' DESLR- aMe furnished rooms tot light housekeeping 1 . All conveniences. 410 North Pittaburff sti'ft^t. .. - . ,; ' Bjulylt ; AND ; COLT; r; «tenoirraph«r h»v!«B.j_ipm«" A.ddr«f» - J: O^ M «**« Coor- ·!·'·..-';.::··../·'.'·· ·'·'.''!"·; ·:'· iaiyStt.-:.- : -In.fair'WMditle^^HliBh^teniribni'jiuine-:. FOK SALE--ONE 6-TON "WHIT- comb g-as motor. 42 inch. paUfje. In good condition. Immefliatfi delivery, Box 90, care Courier. Sjulytftl FOR SALE--COLUMBIA DICTA- phone, new Xeostyle duplicating 1 : letter machine. Several 5x7 rugs cheap to quick buyer. Call 855 Bell. 2july4t FOR SALE--1-TON NASH TRUCK equipped with coal body and cab; first-class condition. Too smai.l for present use. Inquire C. L. WORK, Connellavflle, Pa. 29junetfd FOR SALE--AT A BARGAIN, 5400 cash, .2 Iota 60x140 in East Connells-- vUle, known as^ the .Tbos. Plp«r property; has a small-two room house and shed kitchen. Make a warrantee deed.' . AtldresS Box 97, Martin, Pa.. Fayetta county; 3july3t*' .FPR. V 3AL.E--CHEAP, SIX ' HBAT3. ·good .work horses,, three seta double harness, four good road wagons, -one dump v ..-wabnr ' Ihquiro- prEP.CB BROTHERS COAL COMPANT, South Conaellsvin*. Tri-State phon* .FOR SALE--six ROOM HOUSE, so* Sycamore street, one door from, has bath, hot and cold water. Four grates lor burning coal or fros, J2.500; $1,000 down, balance in monthly payments o£ ?1S.75 a month. Possession July 15. J. A. MASON, Second National Bank Building:. 3july3t LOTS FOR SALE--THE JOHN T. Hogg- property, East Park Addition and South Side, has been divided among- the heirs. Mrs. Johnston will sell her holdings on liberal terms nnrl very reasrona.ble price. Some ..choice lots on both paved and unpaved streets. Will help finance buyers If they "w^nt to build. Long: time easy payments for those wishing: to build later. Lots located on Washington avenue, South Side. "Wills Road paved and beyond unpaved portion, Isabella, Road, Snyder and other streets. Some of lots much less than heretofore named.- Consult any real estate apent or write dlroct, stating what lot or lot? are wanted. STEWART JOHNSTON", 1209 House Building-. Pittsburgh 21une8t-tues 1 -fri Davis. In the Court of Common Pleas ot Fayette county, Pa., No. 438, MarcD term, ,3918. To David "W. Davis, Re-' spondeat: You are hereby notified that the subpoena nnd alias subpoena tn this cas-e have been returned "Non est inventuB," you are therefore required to appear in the Court of Common Pleas of Fayette county. Pa., on the 1st Monday of Auffust, of said Court, A. D. 1918, to ansver the libel and complaint filed therein, and show cauite. it any you have, why a divorce from the bonds ol matrimony should not be granted th«* Ubellant abov« named. THOMAS I*. HOWARD, Sheriff. Sheriff's office. June 13. 1518. 15junC6t-frl Stolen. - STOLEN--FC-lRD TOURING CAR. one mile from RufTsdale. License No. 136279. Reward-if returned to owner, J. M. SMITH, Ruftsdale. Pa, . / Sjulylt Dtror«e JVotJcc. Umbel, RobinsoQ, McKean Will Jam a, - Attorneys. MART M. DAVIS VS. DAVID- W. By Parcel Port to your door. · Send your money now. "We will ship at once^i'-.Jparcel Post chorees paid, Parrpd Plymouth Rocks and Rhode'Island Redsai 25 for j 4.50 50 for ;....$ 9:00 100 for ...$17.50 -AlHo White and Brown Leghorns at 25 for J 4.00 50 for $ g.CO" :tOO for J15.IO BLCE lUDGE POULTRY FAKM Bell phon« 1779. Uniontown, Pm.

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