Connellsville Daily Courier, May 8, 1928

Connellsville Daily Courier

May 08, 1928

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 8, 1928

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Previous edition: Monday, May 7, 1928

Next edition: Wednesday, May 9, 1928

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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 8, 1928, Connellsville, Pennsylvania JLiasi dition rice Connellsville's Biggest and Beat Newsaaper. The Best Advertising Medium in tJie Yough Region, VOL 26 VO 153. CONN ci irj i i 'H 1 3AOT3S. Move Looked Upon in New Woman Military Circles as -t> Equivalent to W a r Declaration. FIGHTING IS RESUMED IAPANFSF SFI7F .KATHRYNSTICKEL, Broadcasting Popular Jrli ri.llJuiJJLi IilUviu OulijiLi mjMDAP QiwfTR K D ATT WAV I IMC1 MWlitK, Id Qy2 Azr. Theatre; RAILWAY LlNb TOURNEY WINNER c r T Surprise ror lontghl Slayer By Unltrtl Trana. TOKIO, Ma? tiililnet tocliiT decided to son 1 11 tlilrd mlUUrj pcrtltlon, tonsl-itlnc; ot 1SDOO men, to rhlun. I PIDKKs, Mai moio' in recent Chine p n TVT mi. I i toctoy Tapaii an noutreed her seizure ot the. I s-irg Tao Tzlnan. 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