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Weekly News Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Uniontown, Pennsylvania I i v i f v t fv i vf 8 STANDAE The ONLY Democratic Weekly in Uniontown Volume 12. UNIONTOWN, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1915 1.00 Per Year Coke Region Two Weeks t ig Deposits STi FAYETTE COUNTY'S BANK DEPOS- ITS INCREASED MORE THAN A MILLION DURING THE YEAR 1315. is ARE mm PAYROLL FOP. MONTH WILL RUN BETWEEN AND ASSOCIATION POKTS NO DESERVING POOR TO j RELiEVE THIS LOOK is SPLENDID. i V On the way to the postofficc stop at Tno News Standard office and get your "Hristrnas Seals for the prevention of tubcrculabis. Lei this also be a re- minder to do your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING (and shipping) EARLY. 1-0RD PARTY LANDS (By Uniicd Pi '11 11 (I I t i i iH vod l i i i u i ii GRANTED SAFC C NDUCT I It SMI not y b n: u vou i 1 1 Otlil 1 afternoon t tot their il n up -i. V.'. iviJI se j.rf it: am: tiu1 lit'coraiion contmiuee re a hr.vo of Mippiie? or ami. v.-hile no Olien held, an: being ar- (1 very much ;hev were lust January 1. U'li.. THIS liar.it a? i! TIS various ihc of many aeooiuit; and starting OV'.T oi' innuuier- r- savers. of ae- ihLs from op'.'n for v r.l per coin increase in business .ir.r.ouneed by i.ho Second National lie oi' Tjuioniow.l, which is begai- its year after com-; ;1ULI 3 Aff "Uf'fr 1MI Jaw aJdress of Superinteiuii'lu F. delivered in a more seriou? v-r-in, on "Toaehinc; as One Having a- iho concJusion of Dr. Toir.orrow rile in the insti- uie reaeii i's eixsi with aa aa- than WILSON NOT A CANDIDATE (By United' Press.) D. Dec. !-s net a caniiiuute for re-election, but lie v.'ill aeeent the ncmina'.ion if it is ;aecorued him, said louay. JIarslKiH called ai the V.'iiite House, paid hi.s respects to liie President and assumed him he would support the Executive's preparedness program. BULL MOpSE TO MEET ALSO (By United Dee. Chicago iinleis today were flooded ivitli reser- vations for the Republican national eouvcnlion June 7, CJijcago Progres- layias-lffajriP'i.o-.bviDg the Moose national convention here LI. The. Progressive national eoinmittce will decide definitely oh the convention at Chicago January 11. T T0 RWHT ARE JUST RUTH LESTER AND MISS LILLIAN WLLC'-'- MiniALLY TAKEN INTO WASHINGTON UEFOlilC THE HOLIDAYS. RESTS WITH ALLIES (By United Press.) Berlin, "Bee. for1 coiitiinuince of the war nsiiKt rest -with j tile Miff, Dr. lieli'fericli, im-1 school dirc-ciors. In perial socrctjry of the treasury. tpMj tiie Heiclisuig today in discussing G-er-f inany's tiuances. lie predicted, the. (iou'iifall and dissolution ot' the Brit-1 ish empire. 700 !t-iir.hci's ]1OW4 ;ia- viil pre.seiu 'fl.1 iicol direeiors or the county, oi 6ft ir-adiers from Oeriiiiin r.-nshiji, tvachers from Redstone lie ;-nr! 70 icadiers from Ur. Wright in his address delivered is niorninir the survey of -.Thich has jus: ln-in cam- pliT-Cd States: j (By United Press.) I Salonika. Dec. partial with- drawal ot' Greek troops from the vicin- ity of Salonika, under tlte agreement with the Anglo-French, will begin late today. Twelve thousand Greek troops 1 will remain here. T_ e, TO TOLERATE NO PLEA (By United Press.) (By United Press.) I London, Dec. Austria will l yield to the demands oi' the Unite-l btaics made in the Ancona note was reported in dispatches from Swiss CONSTANT1NE IS SICK (By United Press.) London, Dec. 15. The political si'. nation at Athens has been further Dec. today. It-.vas stated that a Complicated by the sudden illness Austrian cabinet El the t During the- year ilio amount deposit luiii by 1. ami it- IA oxnu-rUd ,1 will ;ui inrnMsn t'uiul. oxpoctoil a lit'a' c t' inor-1 -'.han tii I nt" iho hoys and srirls. iin.; in tb'% cxloiu oi" in yrai: cudini; i, alniio M] in tini'-' on cciiilior report sli-nv o'. As tor tin1 S. provident
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