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Weekly News Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Uniontown, Pennsylvania I i v i f v t fv i vf 8 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 ITS INCREASED MORE THAN A MILLION DURING THE YEAR 1315 is ARE mm PAYROLL FOP MONTH WILL RUN BETWEEN AND ASSOCIATION NO DESERVING POOR TO j RELiEVE THIS LOOK is SPLENDID i V On the way to the stop at Tno News Standard office and get your Seals for the prevention of Lei this also be a re- minder to do your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING and shipping EARLY PARTY LANDS By Pi 11 11 I I t i i iH vod l i i i u i ii GRANTED SAFC C I It SMI not y b u vou i 1 1 1 afternoon t tot their il n up -i V se re a of or ami no Olien held being ar- 1 very much hev were lust January 1 THIS TIS various ihc of many and starting oi savers of ihLs from for v per coin increase in business by Second National lie oi which is its year after com- 3 Aff Jaw of F delivered in a more on as One Having a- iho of Dr rile in the uie i's with aa than WILSON NOT A CANDIDATE By United Press D Dec net a for re-election but lie the if it is him said louay called ai the House paid respects to President and assumed him he would support the Executive's preparedness program BULL TO MEET ALSO By United Dee Chicago today were flooded for the Republican national June 7 the Moose national convention here LI The Progressive national will decide definitely oh the convention at Chicago January 11 T T0 ARE JUST RUTH LESTER AND MISS LILLIAN TAKEN INTO WASHINGTON THE HOLIDAYS RESTS WITH ALLIES By United Press Berlin Bee of the war rest j tile Miff Dr school In socrctjry of the treasury tiie today in discussing lie predicted the and dissolution ot the ish empire 700 or the county oi from from Redstone lie 70 from Ur Wright in his address delivered is the survey of has j By United Press I Salonika Dec partial ot Greek troops from the ity of Salonika under agreement with the Anglo-French will begin late today Twelve thousand Greek troops 1 will remain here e TO TOLERATE NO PLEA By United Press By United Press I London Dec Austria will l yield to the demands oi the made in the Ancona note was reported in dispatches from Swiss IS SICK By United Press London Dec 15 The political si nation at Athens has been further Dec today stated that a Complicated by the sudden illness Austrian cabinet El the t During year ilio amount deposit by 1 ami it- IA 1 will ui a c t tii I nt iho hoys and iin in oi in cudini i in on report o As tor S provident By United iho n lull haiMo and no larso j over border In ilio ii upon Rounded Up In Mexico Cit I I By United Press j men and five women said to comprise a bandit gang have been arrested in City and all except the women will bo publicly executed according to New York Dec Oil made i a cablegram received hero today a gain of points in a heavy i on the stock exchange the stock retting at 230 CHRISTMAS CAROLS public Iron and Steel was tho other N SCHOOL ROOMS strong feature although no sensational Christmas carols sung by the Girls in tho agricultural I advance was recorded i Chorus of the Eighth grade enlivened tile It was generally commented on that the morning sessions at the various By Wire orders even on yesterday's ad- After yesterday's houses especially i of street this afternoon The in close touch with banking I dents under the leadership of Prof S i houses were bullish predicting a grade schools today the young ers being allowed to go from school to school singing their beautiful songs to Iho other boys and girls Some of the most famous of tho Noel gl glees King Constantino according to a cial dispatch to the Chronicle today The king is suffering from a mild at- tack of influenza and a slight fever His physicians have advised him tp remain in his room and not to ipate in state affairs King tine only recently recovered a serious THOMAS FREEMAN KREPPS Thomas Freeman Krepps son ot Jlr and Mrs Sidney Krepps of died Sunday at 9 o'clock from diphtheria after being sick a few days and the funeral services were held Monday morning with inter- ment in Pleasant cemetery Rev M P Steels officiated In addition to his parents the lad who was but four years old is survived by three ers Eliza Luella the only daughter died about two months ago STRONG CRITICISM OF TO ALLOW COUNTRY QUATE IS VOICED FOR BRIDE AND GROOM ilr and Mrs Ralph Sheridan Moore whose wedding was aa evtn of early December were honor guests reception given at the home or BY JEFFERSON I Strong criticism of the failure ol Hie State Directors to the districts adequate i in the conduct of was voiced by Director J W ler of Jefferson township in his report today to the Fayette County Directors Association in session at the pal building This state body ia run entirely b'y the cities with such communities as Johnstown Altoona Reading and having almost con- trol of the activities of the organiza lieu The one room school houses in the state have no voice Iii the declared the getic Jefferson township director in urging against this phase of the state body's work He declared that not a rural district was represented as cers of the body Director Miller spoke in 61 raore centralbed school plants tha rural districts believing that better educational facilities are obtainable by the Instruction of students In building where such a course la ible He paid a warm compliment to the school system of Monessen lie recently inspected Committees appointed for the year by President John H are aa L Brownsville J M rone township M E ville township E M Lockard Point Marlon Charles township Officers for R W G Corristan Robert Watson South Union township Howard Wyckoff ton township W A Edmiston South Brownsville G B Roberts derbilt Dr R T Gribble R Lackey South Union township Delegates to the State Directors sociation and the State Teachers sociation reported the results of sessions conducted at Fay counts delegate were J P Mil er Je so H Dils L C Patterson and Dile Field Treasurer A Edmiston re- ported that the 1914 balance To his had been added two county totaling for the year amounted to 07 with a balance of ?S5D 27 m the treasure More thin 100 Directors In at at the session which is the annual meeting of the sociation Vn address on the subject Under what conditions should dren be exempt from the Compulsory Law by Dr Hirry T Bell who took up the Various physical nabil ties which shoUH a hild from attending school This the program or the following addresses ance of Rural C B r ml 6 for int ance to High School J er Dr Schools W Cc Should Public School Funds Used o Provide Shoes and for In School Children Charles Op- A address Tho program will JTy heen learned by tire choruses in had raid Mr today luit in our store J luring the first of ber nil records j the is warily lo the Varly plea lint than it is Hi fact people me to spend We iv the cst rush ever us Title ft I mil for enr sure rci feel very As for MOSS is One i of displays ot OL hc cdimtry Ii improvement in her Christmas stocking She must bo a Corn Fed HOLY YEAR By United Press Benedict ihc ill iy n Holy It GIVE TREAT AS USUAL roll or alone oi sivo Ihc i with any of the bu more ili i iO will s ho fherr o of families em- by liio and boon custom to provide a turkey for REPAIR 33 Arch Street BcM Phone 1642 Rcc NOW HEADY FOR BUSINESS Wo to to nil ci wo M ii of 1 re- ii may at plants oil air sors IKI J N TIMMER H L JENNINGS 1 STOLE A WATCH Charles Kencer found guilty i a watch from Charles Barry in us i a rooming house was ally more at Ico by the court yesterday after- noon to pay tho costs a tine of six serve CO days in tlie jail Mr and Mrs will bo at home after tomorrow at tho residence of tho latter's parents and Mrs A Littlo Teacher arc there W Crowe street FALLS INTO OPEN GRATE from a tit of sy JiU a into open at his honur House No 53 at himself away from ilio Haims fuce no i this that condition was precarious you got your Christmas ings I'umi check this week spend the proceeds hero at home m THIS BALLOT GOOD FOR 10 VOTES I cast this vote This ballot good only if voted Wednesday Doc 15 Thursday Dec g 1C Friday Dec 17 SALE Personal property of the late Z T including four milci cows of them fresh ona 100 or more chickens farm er supplies pec at near ess vliere the gooa MARGARET JANE Pa CARRIED A Joseph was und carrying concealed and recommended to tho of the court this morning M P a B o testified Hoffman carries razor Tho lady across the way says me likes some of thc striking new Varies very well for informal after- loon affairs but for a gown she believes plain whita s the prettiest
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