The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 13, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 13, 1918
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VTODXESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 191S y THE DATLV COURIER CONNEL.LSYILLE PA. PAGE! TEN YOUTHS FROM SCOTTDALE REGION OFF FOR CAMP LEE Special Trolley Car Takes Them from Mill Town to Connellsvllle. ME HYENA ROUSING SENDOFF DugMen of iMkel Hold Talentioe Party; AunuU Tktter ud Son Ban- H»«l Proies a Blf S«eee.«! Otter Fvemto of Vaj Httre«tim,'lj T»U- Don t wait until your blood is im- OTenshed and you are sick and ail- ng, take Hollister's Rocky Mounta n ea now it will drive out the germs f Winter punfr the stomach regu- ita the bowels--nature s spring ante-cleanser Connellsville Drug Co -A9r Read the advertisements Convenient Credit if Desired Established 26 Years. SCOTTDALE Feb. 13--Ten young men from Scottdale csterday responded to the call lor and departed for Camp Lee They represented District No 7 The men assembled at the Y 31 C. A. at 2 o clock and escorted by a large delegation ot citizens, marched to a special Wes^ Penn car* on which they were taken to Connellsvllle joining other draftees there Since the mill is closed down the members of the G A R b.ind could not get together to escort the boys to the car but Band Mas er Frank Hardy "went to the Y and expressed his regrets at not being able to hate his band, out The ten who left from acre were Michael Lee Finnertr Albert Hill Francis Hamon Lecker and "frilliaxn Rolhnson of Scottdale John S Teminsky Joseph Domen Jr Mt. 'leasan Antonio Picardio Crocole Castino, Andrew J Sta^hick and George Eluke ol Tarrs Citlc Clnfc Meets. The Civic Club met in its regular monthly session Monday evening, in study hall of the high school Mrs O 1 H«ss chairman of the municipal Cootaittee, presided. Mrs Lucy A Poole was elected secretary On the program was an excellent paper on Arbor Day in which Mrs C M Jar rett brought out the fact that whils it might be important to teach chil dren to plant trees it is more important to teach them to take care of them mfter they are planted Mrs Hess gave a talk on Babv iVeck and after the talk the subject was discussed. Clean Up Week was discussed b airs. Lucy A. Poole and it was decided that Scottdale would have a Clean Up Week. Literature was re- ceir*d by the Chairman of the Cine Club on Thrift stamps and this was distributed by Mrs Keister A com monicatxm was received from the Westmoreland County War Committee j OR National defense for the reglstra tioa ot women and Mrs A C Overtoil chairman of this work A committee composed of Mnu C SC. J«rrett, Mrs W D Stoner Mr* A. H. Herbert, Sirs Ben Miller Jin. Josiih Reynolds and Miss Ella Km» w»e appointed. TaJwttae ftuicf. laritatioos are out for a Valentine duee to be srren. by the- Senior c»asa ot the Scottdale high school in the Bei4 hall on Thnrsdas evening February 14, "from eignt to tweHe Eittrltfs 1 orchestra will furnish the music The patronesses are Mrs J R. Cwpbell Mrs J C Parker Mrs J C. T«*rc*r and Mrs Harry Kromer CUM IMcrtained JOis Adelaide McFadden entertained the Snow Whit* Lily class ot the Un Ion Sunday school Games were play ·d during the evening and refresh- ncnU were served Get Dividends The annual dividends of tne Scottdale Iron L Steel Workers Beneficial association were paid at the Scottdale mill on Saturday Yifad Statistic. B*ctetrar Dr N E. Silsley gave out ths following report for the month of January yesterday Scottdale births 14. death, 1 Bast Huntingdon township births W and death 10 JUsses £nd«ate. JMr and Mrs. W W Eicher I eft Monday for \VasHinston D C where their Miss Caroline Eicher was yesterday from the Chil jren s bosrutal where she has been in .raining for the past thre year" Miss Nell B Reed daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam B Reed and Miss Elsie Hawtnorne daughter ot Mr and Mrs J. J Hawthorne also graduate lor Sale. Four room cottage house one- fourth acre lot adjoining the bor ough for Jl 200 Forty-fl've acre farm good spring crater and all necessary buildings 'or $3,000 E F DeWitt--\dv -- 13-4t Personal*. C W Stauffer was a P ttsburg isi- or Monday and Tuesday Miss. Ruth Lecky of Dawson is vis ting friends here Patronize those who ad\ertise ttis» Sarah E Riffle of Mason town ind Miss Rebecca AIcDowell of, Un ontown were w^ek-cnd quests of the ormcr s sister Mrs Charles H Black t Scottdala They left Mondai roorn- ng for Miami and Palm Beach Flor da, where they will rem im till about tmr'1 I Goods hefd for future delivery i FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE Have you eyer stopped to consider that it's always a ly if you want to practice true economy and at the same And here's why:--Aaron's is a reliable, long established organization enjoying an immense buying-power of four large stores which enables them to buy the best at rock-bottom prices from the manufactur- That's why the Furniture, Rugs, Stoves and Housefurnishings sold er*. at Aaron's the year 'round are always larger values than you can find anywhere else. And that's why the prices at Aaron's are always the lowest possible that can be made or; merchandise of this character--of unquestioned quality--the only kind tha* it pays to buy for your home. mighty good idea to participate in an Aaron Sale--especial- time get merchandise of the highest quality. And now comes this February Sale--with it's ADDITIONAL savings of 10% to 33%. Mind you--savings of 10% to 33% on top of all of these other savings that Aaron customers regularly enjoy--not based on the prices that other stores would have to ask for the same articles. Consider well the points we have made--then you'll readily see that we cannot urge you too strongly to buy now--now while these remarkable i savings are in effect. This $150 Four-Piece Dining Room Suite, William and QQ.5O Mary Design in Jacobean Oak. Sale Price 1717 This S52-.50 extra large Buffet ,, . . . _ ,, . _ _ _ . $36.7 This 140.00 extra large China Closet _ _ i26.-0 This $37.50 extra large ixtcnsion Table _ - - $2f.iO Begular $20.00 Serving TabJe i _ . _ _ . ,, . $12.7? Chairs to match can be purchased extra. This suite is indeed verv substantial bn It of the best materials and is a good example of the -values made possible only through Aaron s four store buving pou er $75 Kroehler Bed Davno Three-Piece Colonial Libraryyf /±. 75 Snifp frhniarv Salp Price · ·- · - .1 JL Suite. February Sale Price Complete "with Bod Da\enpoit Rocker and Cbai- Made of genuine quarter siwed oak The spring const-notion, is of the best -ml is the same as that found IT. be highest grade upholstered f u r n lure Made up in chase leather--tlie best imitation lea her made Come and See This Universal Simplex Combination Range Just a simple twist of the wrist makes the change from coal to gas--aud the best part of it all is that yon CAH use both futK at the some time w i t h o u t one interfering with the other. 'W hen you want to prepare a meal in a hurry use the gas On the other hand when the gas supplv runs low--simply bmld a coa] .fire and proceed with vour cooking That s siriply one of the manv features of this new Universal Simplex Combination Ranga And as far as its baking cooking and fuel- saving qualities are concerned--*e honestly ^believe that there never was a better and more economical sto'Ne made ,* We also carrv a large collection of good coal and gas ranges in all the newest styles and designs This gives jou the largest variety in Fa\ ette countj to choose from Kitchen Patriotism It means to save time steps and \\ork as ·well as food And if you. are anxious to do so you should arrange your kitchen as more than a million other women have done by installing the K I T C H E N C A B I N E T This is an actual abor saving machine--not mere Ij a place for storage It has 40 labor saung fea tures Its scientific arrangement results from thou» andB of ti-perimen s fhe most used articles a~e nearest at hand Yon sit instead of star d--vou reach Instead of \\ alk Come in now and let us explain to vou the imnv Hoos. er features And let. us =how vou too how the rioosier makes plav of kitchen tacks Prices Go Up March 1st --thftt's another rPanon vjij }m should conu in now, I he earlier the better Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums--2nd Floor Perhftps no articles in the home get lucre use anil juus*. L tan the iloor eoier rigs --therefore j o u cannot be too caieful and critical in beiecting them Our Big Second Floor contains only reliable makes of Rugs and Linoleums in many nev patterns -and designs--that -\ou can buj now at savings of from 109, to ',v f , 520CO 9"-12 Woolen r.brc RII O (temed seim- Icss B-ussclo in sorae store-.) Sale Price ft $14.50 !)V2 High ( "ade Seamless 1918 Spring J'a terns S Price - VMiimstei c xW High Gr idc Seamless Tapestrv Brussells RUB Sile Price *x 2 Hoval H i l t o n Rugs \ ]a ge vanet of Pattern:, and colors co]iiul f i o n i the £/j Q KA Rug $28.75 J\12 Bhutan Genuine Bodv Brussels Rug-The Best Bodv Ertibbels Rug trade £QQ 7£ bale Price «pOO. / D Rug* Sile Price This $200.00 Complete 3-itoom Outfit--February Sale Price I M prt 4rB' Eien at the lef-Jlai mice hi" ouflt is ue largest \alue e\r ofertil in ra-vette countv ]t vou aie plinmng to yo la housekeeping Oil'. Spring be suie lo sec llna oulftt Tike advantage of tliLsi savmgs now--we 1 glidh bold join selections for f u t u r e deliven i ' t o u disne Dawson. WANTED Mill Hands THE SLIGO IRON i STEEL CO OF CONlVEU,SVrLLE 1SJL.L BEGIN TO OPERATE DOUBLE TORN VEEK OF FEB IS. AND WOUU) LIKE TO SECURE EXPERIENCED AND INEXPERIENCED MILL Bta\ APPLY AT WORKS DVWSON Fe» 12--Mis Cbailcs ! Hansel ha^ retumed to her home in Lnioatown aEter a fe* dajs \nsit \Mth i her parents Mi ard Mrs Frank I Mong | Mr Georse Lmgte of 'Best \cn ton spent Sundai with her daughter I Mrs Arthur Fieldston i Miss Anna Eberhart o[ fonnells t vjlle spent Mondav with friends and ! relate es . Mrs Charles McCarthy of lounqb ton 0 is MSitmg at thr home of hei j mother Mrs Teressa Grasmscr 1 Mr aari Mrs Thomas \lclntvre the I newK mailed coupk lef Mondav a p ternoon ovei il c B , 0 foi De roil Cle\elind and Nu^ira Falls \vhere the v i U spend their honevrnooii rv rumber of thetr TnentK a-ncl i e l a t t \ e s t^cortpd them to the tiam hue llie'v (.re seienided as the tram pulled in and PIG -hnered with rice Thur su t PNEUMONIA First call mphyiician Then begin hot applications of -- SVAPORU cases w e r e pli ered ^ I t h comic h sns w i n c h were printed and Allied on 15 then fi lends \ftei i twu ween.s honejrroon thev will b^ al home to thui friends it Daw ^011 George McGill Ms ted his siste Mrfc Ilmma W-att at Binning Mon^ai Mit,s I lora McCai thy of ^ oungstow n i" the guest of fnerds and relatives here A. numbet of Daw sou peop't jOiu neved to ConnellsMlle last evening to see our tw off to Camp Lee Mrs A J Manning was the guest j of fnenrs at Ne\\ Castle Tucsdav j Vlliarn M o t e t s was a CounellsMlle I caller ast evening Stop Itching Eczema j Confluence. Never rrund how often you have tried and failed you can stop burning itching eczema quiacly by applying a little zemo furnished by any druggist for 35c Extra large bottle, SI 00 Healing begins the moment zemo is applied. In a short time usually every trace of eczema, tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and similar skin diseases will be removed For cleaning the skin and making it vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the penetratng, antiseptic liquid It is not a greasy salve and it does not stain When, others fail it is the one dependable treat* ment for sk n troubles of all kinds. The E.W.fija»eCo..Cleveland.X. ( O M L L L N C L Peb 13--Bom 10 \li and M i s C r Black iesteidi\ a hue bi^ boj This mikes i girl and a bo m the faun * Geoige Phillipi of Uiiiontowu \isit t-d b s famih hei a few dns receuv Is LiOins R«am of Roc^wood has re turned home aftt i few da\s \ sit with his mother Mrs John Ream here Mr f and Mrs Joe 0 Kara u h o ac- compani^d the remajas of Mrs 0 Haras mother Mrs Isabella Ship- te Tor interment here have return cd to ibeli borne n Sal 11 131 H P M t v e t s Mi and Mrs J T Revnolds and M i, \MII rra^ee 'iaw l U m n e d from the bedside of Mi aic M i s Rc\nolds sou Louis who is r tut ·\ieici hospital ffillowmg an oper adon_foi njipt ndicitjs report hlui get ting along utceh | Austin Shaffpi ot Sameiset was z business \imor hero vestL-day, * G Crable has returned to hi« home mH^ndinan iftei a \isil witlj his sistei Mis John Hawk here Miss -Ora Greer u ho teaclic? school at Acosta has returned there after , a mo t with, friends here lor several 'days. A --X

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