The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 8, 1918
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. *.-' ' FRIDAY. FEBRUARY s, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVTLLE, PA. PAGE POULTRY RAISERS | CALLED UPON TO DO THEIR PART IN WAR By iBcrraslng the Sapply ol Meat Through Raising Larger Flocks. COMMISSIONER ENDSLEY Whnt Is FUimed ud "hat H«s Already Been !··«·; A »w feed Tint Will Knkce Costs an«i Eesult in Larger Egg' Prod»ciio*. E. B. Endeley of Uniontown, who has been appointed poultry coromis- sftmer for Farelte county, has issued the following statement of the purposes and work at the body of which he has been macte a member, as follows: "President Wilson has stnt out a call to the American Poultry Association for aid ia the government's meat aad food supply campaign. Through this call a War Poultry Commission was appointed. Bach state in the union Is being organized to increase poultry products^ In a short time this organization will be completed. State officers have already been named. A war poultry commissioner will be appointed for each coiuiLy in the state, a number o{ these officers nave been chosen, and will have Oe power to appoint a commissioner in each city. town, hamlet, or surrounding territory where poultry raising needs boosting. "The people of this country are not fally aware of the great shortage of all kinds of meat, and the urgent need of a more-rapid supply that will B11 this need. Our government realizes the need ol something more rapid in development than cattle, hogs or sheep, to supplement the meat supply. Poultry has been chosen as the only means of filling this requirement. The past year has been one of great hardship to poultry breeders. Feed has soared so high tiat hundreds and thousands of poultry raisers were forced to sell all or a part of their stocks. "Now that the government has taken a band in the poultry Industry it has also taken steps to provide a poultry feed that can be purchased at a reasonable price. An eipert feed committee was selected to formulate a feed That would meet all requirements. This committee held a meeting in Harrisburg recently and placed a feed formula in the hands of the "War Poultry Commission that not only saves jKMiltry raisers $20 per ton over present prices, but Ls so formulated that a great egg production will be the result from its use. This committee has done a great wori for th» poultry people as well as for our tov-ernment, and* deserves a lasting tribute. This new feed will be on the market in tie near futare in all sections ol the comrtry- The feed committee is composed gi J. C. Lantz, Clay, Pa-. H- U Watson, Lancaster, and B. B. Stitch*!'., Harrisbnrg. Officers of the State War Poultry Commission are: F. "W. Delancey, E. E. Althcrase and James T. Huston. "Now that we are sure of a cbeaer and better poultry feed there is no reason for complaint. By all means In our power we should answer our country's call by using our best efforts to hatch*a greater -number ot chicks this year. Let us prove there are no slackers in the ranks of the poultry breeders in America. We m*t by our own efforts, and at the smme time wa are helping to win a nt that will bring everlasting peace to the whole world." FOR SORE THROAT, COLD ON CHEST MusUrine Snbtfnes tie Inflammation ud Eases the Soreness Quicker Than ^nrtWru? Else on Karl*. t'Aj* only 25 cents and get a IUJJT box of Begy'a XTustarlnc -which is ihc original subs'^ute for the old f.Lshion- *d mustard plaster and Is made of Rtrong. real, yellow mustard--no substitutes are used. It's known as the quickest pain k^ll- er on earth, for in hundreds oj instances U stops headache, neuralpia, toothache, earache and' backache in 5 minutes. It's a sure speedy remedy--none better for bronchitis, pleurisy, lumbago, and to draw the inflammation from your sore feet there is nothing 1 so fjood. You set real action from Mustanne--tt ?oe3 after pain and kills It riphl off the re«L Yes. It bums, but It won't bltntee--it doesa't ffi^e agoniainic pain a slap on the wrist . It does KIVB It" a srod. healthy punch In the j,iW--it Hills pain. UNITE ON A CHAIRMAN Is Ike -4ppu] of Senator to Republican Xenders. WASHINGTON. Feb. ".--Senator Tenrose, Republican national coiofflit- teemaji for PennsylranJa, issued a statement resterday urging the Republican leaders, who will asscnibla in St. Louis next week, to elect a national chairman vrbo vnll unit» the rart7. He declared tha.t he was not com- mltteed to any candidate and was hopeful that the man elected to succeed William R. Wlllcox would be acceptable to all elements in the party. woico. if united, he said, would control the next House of Representatives by a big majority. SEFHETfS GET? HS'PATE. Sam of $12.000 !o?s 1o Browns-yille In the will of Mrs. Sarah J. S:nith, of Brownsville township, filed ri«terday in Uniontoirn after all other b.iiuests are made, the balance df an j ·state valued at $12.000 is to be eiiual- · lv divided aniong three nephews o f ! tte deceased. Walter, Frank, and Fred- ·lict Jliller. i Convenient Credit If Desired. Range '10% to 33% Judge Thes by Comparing Supreme values is our aim during this big money-saving February Sale. It's what y®li get, not what we get --that's the thing we are most interested in. Because if you get yours and are fully satisfied with every purchase you make--we're bound to get ours. You Get All of the Benefits. With the immense buying-power of four lurire Stores and the financial responsibility of I he long-established Aaron organization--we've been able to tuke advantage of every bargain offered us on standard values for the past six months. And we sell as we bought--that's why during the entire month of February you can buy the reliable Aaron Furniture, Itugs. Stoves and llouscfnrnishings at these great savings. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Comparison is the Best Test. Comparison of quality and \alue is (he liet buying: guide--(hut's ivhj we i n v i t e t h e closest inspection and comparison. Because e\erj iipin on our Six Big 1 Floors represents ouij the highest f j pe of merchandise--that's why Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee" goes with every iirticle sold (luring tit is Sale. And that's why when y«« make a purchase at Aaron's you fire assured complete satisfaction in every respect. Your choice of fumed, golden or mahogany finish, covered in brown chaise Spanish leather, complete with Bed Davenport. Rocker and Chair. The Bed Davo is a piece- of Furniture that gives you an extra Bed b; night and a very handsome Davenport by day. Remarkable Values in Dining Room Tables This $100.00 Parlor Bed Davenport Suite Consists of fJCJ^X) Three Massive Pieces. Sale Price VJ«-P This 818.00 Solid Oak, 6 ft. This $25.00 Solid Oak Ex- This sji.0.M) Genuine Juar- Extension Table with patent tension Table, 45 inch fer Sawed Oak 54 inch Ext«n- locldng fl»1 1 7C't«P P-| O rjr ,.sion Table, device . tpJLJL. I tl spu,-e __ {pJLO. « U , planked top Those are all beautiful Tables, eitiemely well made and very highly p o l i c h r d The addition o f one of these Tablrp to your dining room will add nrjch to rlie pleasure of w e h n m i n g yom friends to your tiorne. Your Choice of Either $18.00 Dresser or Chiffonier. Sale Price Large roomy drawers, full-sized, plate mirrors and a beautiful design combine to make either of these pieces very desirable for the bedroom. Finished in Golden. Oak. 1'hi.s '$37.50 Kitchen Cabinet This $24.00 Colonial Library Table. February Sale Price Don't Miss These Brass Bed Specials This $20.00 Brass Bed February Sale Price Has 2 inch Colonial posts--an exceptionally large value. Regular $25 February Sale 1'ricc This bed is made with heavy tube- rods at the head and foot and has extra large posts and fillers. Kegular $35.00 Bras.s Bed, February Sale Price This -bed is made with 2 'iK:h coa- tmuous tubing and ten one-inch fillers. The most attractive bed ever offered at tie price. Considering the present high cost of Brass, the Sale prices on these Beds, ·make tbem. values really unheard ot before. Be sure ;ind see lliem. $11.75 i Braes Bed, $14.75 $19.75 Rugs-- Be sure to visit our Has Department, Because 'aere you have the largest variety or reliaiile makes --jii the many new 191S Spring patterns and designs--ever shown in Southwestern Pennsylvania to choose from. Add they're all included in f l i t s Sale at redactions ranging from 10% to 33%. Here Are Just a Few of the Values To give you an idea of the big savings you can enjoy b? making your purchases now--we ask your careful consideration of the following' -- Ov}2 dennino Seamless Tapestry Brussels Mug-. Sale; Price UxlL' Hiph Grade Seamless Tftpestry Brussels Ku£, Nile I'rice , $15.75 $21.50 {1x12 High tirade Seamless Axminst«r Kug, 11)18 Sprint; PaUernx. Special Sole 3x12 Wkittail Genuine Body itmssels ftodj Bmsbeib ug mad«. Sale I'rice -- Hug--The 9x12 "Royal Wilton lings. A large Miricty »l" and colors, copied from the finest lings. Sale Price __________________ These savings apply not only to ihe Ruge -- but our en- Lire stock of CaipeLs and Linoleums \are also included. Therefore, if you nre in need of flooi tovtrmgs of any k i n d . do not miss this opportunity. This $210 Four-Piece Queen Anne Bedroom Suite in American Walnut This $60.00 extra large Bureau... This $55.00 laree Chifiorette ._ This $55.04 Bed ( f n U size) ...$42.50 $40.90 $40.00 This $40.00 triple mirror Toilet Table $29.50 AH four pieces are lust as pictured. Wnile lliib is one r/ the most artistic reproductions from this very popular period, yet its construction is o" the best and it is verv substantially built. This $245.00 Three-Piece Parlor Suite. Upholstered in Velour This novel design has been constantly growiag in popularity. The frames are finished in malir/gany and the uph.ttstermg ii a very Imp grade of velour. This $220 Four-Piece Queen Anne Dining Room Suite, American Walnut This $811.00 Buffet, $54.50 This $60.00 Chiua Closet. _ . $40.00 This $45.00 Extension Table $29.50 This $25.00 Server $15.75 irs to matcn tins Suite can IK- pur t eMia.

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