The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1918 · Page 3
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February 14, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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THURSDAY, FEBRT r ARY 14, 1915s THE DAILY CUUmii'R, CONNEL.LSVTLLE,' PA. PAGE THREE- PHYSICIAN'S FIST CURBS HOLBUP1M AT ML PLEASANT Fell«»w Escapes, However, After Blow Has Stretched Him on Sidewalk. HAD BEEN ANNOYING WOMEN John Cans, Former Citizen of Bull- skin TownsUp, Succumbs «t Son's Home in Butler Count}'; Other 'e7r- s- Items Gathered by The (Joorik'r. -\IT. PUiASANT, Feb. 14.--Oa Tuesday evening between ten and eJevea o'clock when Dr. J. W. Shelar \vas re- Luming from a caJl made at ParfiL- towr. on one of his patients, Ue was approached by a mn ou KagU- street v.-'ao asiied that he throw up his hands. Dr. Sheiar thro\v up his hand but only w send out a good nard dri-ve that took, the oiaa on Uie jasv and landed iiim on the sidewalk. Dr. t?ael-j.r was none the worse for the holdup other itaa having takea the skin (iff his knuckles were he struck the m,in. He was ab^e to tell that he was white but d:d not see his face plain enough to iell who he was. A woaian has reported to the local police the fat-.t that ou several occasions vrbea- she- went :mt Eagle str'eet this man has caught her by the arm. At no time has she j ieen his face nor can she teU what he looks like only that he is white. "The Birth of a Xatkm." "The Birth of a Nation," .Monday. February IS. Cox's Theatre. !.Ii. 6.ZO and 9 P. M. Special prices fo- children at rflalinee only 25e.--Adv.-- M--U. Case Compromised, In an usault and battery case before Justice of the Peace John R. Walker the case was settled 'by (livid- iag the costs tu the case between the plaintiff and '.he defendant. Jt*eph Novak and Ale.x Johns. John Guns. John Cans. 7U years old, a former . rodent of Bullskia towuship, died Uiis week at the home of his son, ' John Cans, Jr.. near Butler. Th: re- ! mains were brought to the old Jiome r.-Mvr HammondvHle where serac-es wer*i conducted today. Mr. Cans had been, seriously ill for some lime. He was almost a lifelong resident of the Mud school community where the Gans farm is located. Of late years h* had spent most of his time in Buile;- county. His wife died some roars ago. He leaves three sons, John, Bat- lev county; George W. GaniWn the · homestead, and Charles ^. Gans in i Virginia. Charlos L. Gans was form- j ^r'.y principal of the South Connfll.s- i-ille schools. George VT. Gans has bet-ti a teacher for many years in I FSuilakin and other nearby towns-hips. I m:-:rrmenc was made in Gr?nlick j '.-j.ieiery, Sodality Card Tarty. The St. Joseph's Sodality held a ,-ard party and musical at their ball in Tuesday evning. For 3trs. TVhctzel. Tb9 members of tho Protected '·Untie Circle ntrmbering 45 gare Mrs. Star VTbeUDl a very pleasant party iX · -OT hom« on Tuesday evening. James were played and lunch was .ervcd. Dance For Tied Cross. The L. E. Smith Class Unit held a ! iaiK:e in the Bank building on TUPS- j ay evening, the proceeds went to tiie f rea-^ury of the Unit. The Birth of a Nation." "The Birth ot a Nation," Monday, ·ebruary 18. Cox's Theatre, 2.15, B.'.IO nd 9 P. M. Special prices for ch;l- ren at matinee only 25c.--Adv.-- 4-4t. Head the advertisements. KLITES PIAT TOMOIiHOIV. I altimore Ohio I'lerks Go t Afnonst Hard Adversary. The Elite club and the Baltimore t bio clerks will play a city league j ime at the Maccabee hall tomorrow ! igbt . j The Baltimore Ohio team tomor- w may be strengthened by Bloom. I ho may jump center for the team in j le future. The railroaders have beer, j nprovlng much since the opening ol I le league. ; luddy Cheeks--Sparkling Eyes --Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards; a-Well-Known Ohio Physician Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years treated Dres oj women for liver and bowel tnenti DuriEg these years he gave to 5 pati-mts a prescription made of a few: ·il'-km'.rn vegetable ingredients mixed! th ol: 'e oil, earning them Dr. Edwards' ·ve Tablets. You vriH know them by nr olive color. These tablets arc wontter-TOrlKra on the j er and bowels, V7fcich cause a normal j :ion, carrj-'ng o3 the wsote and poison-! 3 icatter in one'3 system. ! \i you ^.^vc c pate face, sallow look.dtiT! ;s, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a Jess, no-good feeling, all out of sorts, .cave bowels, you taka one of Dr., wards' Oiive Tablets nightly for a time! 1 note the pleasing results. : fhous::nds of wonen as well as men :e Dr. EdwsroV Olive Tabkta--the suc- sful substitute' v for calomel--now and n just to keep irrthe pir.k oi conditioa. : and ISC per bos. ^111 dnigsisa. ·WANTED Mill Hands THE SUGO IRON A STEEI. CO. OP CO.HNELLSVH.iE WIH. BKGIN TO OPE!L.\TE DOl'BLK TURN WHKK OF [··KB. -S. AND U-OCI.D LIKE TO SlX't'HF KXPBRIKNCKD AND ISKXi'KRIK-VCKD MtU. ME.V. .Si'Pl.V AT WORKS. Goods held for future delivery Convenient credit, if desired Each Dollar Will Do Its Full Duty ···MBffg»MMaaBaBMM»MaBBMaMaBaMaMMaaBM«MM i in n ,· iimiMMaaaMi Real opportunities like this are becoming scarcer every day. That's why the best possible time to buy Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Housefurnishings is right now--at Aaron's. Because right now our prices are as low as we can make them--frosn 10% to 33% lower thsn elsewhere. Then too, don't forget that here you have Six Big Floors of high-quality, dependable merchandise to choose from. r To enjoy the greatest ease and deliberation in making selections during this February Sale period we kindly request that you do your shopping as early in the day as possible. This $35 Real Brass Bed. February Sale Price Made of continuous 2-inch liras? t u b i n g . Hap 10 one-inch fillrrs. each fitted with T-balls. TU-d-ends are e.xtra large and massivf. This is a full-sized bed. "With the prices on raw materials sieadily advancing, thr February Sale pricey on these Brags rds malic them valurs fh.it you can't afford to miss. The only Standard Phonograph Design- ed to Play all Rec- ! ords. o Needles to Ciuuiire-- No Kccords (o Voar O u t . This Patfaepiione Outfit JJ.'i Mn.lel and (i Hoc.. rds-- $79.50 On Social CrwUt Terms. PjUUcjlinu's $ti.'j [tt S'2-." 4'onuMiienl CrnUt Terms. This $25 Real Brass Bed, February Sale Price I t ' s very *uh*t;tnti;'.ny ijui!'---mam- uf j-iij-h n-infMveu Bras? uibinir. \ HHR 10 r.n"-imn liUcr^ \vi\.a heavy iM-OHs-roii... V'.i'.-ry fiiU-r fttti-.i vji]] ; T-[all. Hnd ;i;nl iiast.- are tit;«! will; -l-hn-li pnsl i-nps. j O t h e r iSrass Beds as l,o- t v as SO-T."!. j Everybody can be a good Cook now-- -we mean, of course, everybody that uses the New Simplex Universal Combination Range. Thai's hecause the Universal burns gas and coal or wood--or both at the same time. And boib fuels can be used in the oven at the fame time without one interfering with the other. When changing from one fuel to the other just turn the key--that's all. Xo parts to change as in the ordinary combination ranges. Then too. the Universal helps the Government conserve coal--saves money on your fuel bills. It's the range that keeps " y o u r " kitchen warm in winter and cool in Summer. Come in and let us demonstrate this wonder- f u l range to you--then you'll know why the Universal is the largest selling Combination Range in America. Kitchen Patriotism I t means to save lime, steps and work as/ well as food. And if you are anxious to do so. you should arrange your kitcften as more than a million other "women have done by installing the I Jk~ K I T C H E N . C A B I i X J t i i - «» ^'SS This is an a c r n a j -abor-saving nmrhine--not merely a pi not 1 for storage. It has 40 labor-saving ft?a- turo*. IIH scientific arrangornem resnliH from thou.-- antls ol expormieniK. The most used articles art: nearest ;u band. You si; instead of siantl--yon reach instead of walk. Come in now and M UK explain 10 you ibo many "Hooyier" features. And lot us show you, too, liow ihe "Hoasier" makes play of kitchen tasks. Prices Go Up March 1st --thill's another reason w h y you should come in mm. thf earlier the belter. Reductions of IO% to 33% on Floor Coverings of Quality. This $195.00 Four-Piece Queen Anne Genuine Walnut Bedroom Suite February Sate Price This $55.00 extra large Bureau _. $37.50 This 852.50 extra larorc Chifforettc $37.00 Tli i $52.50 Bed--full "size _ $:t7.00 This $:!5.flO triple mirror Toiict Table , $2S.i)fl This S1R.OO Solid Onk. 6-foot- Extension Tiiiilc with patent locking rfevice, Fchnisrj Sn!r Tills $24-00 Colonial Library Tnlbe. Febmsry Sale T'rioe . ....$14.75 In some stores you'll iinil "Jute" Rugs represented as ail-wool Rugs. The difference is hardly noticeable to the eye because the manufacturers have so cleverly imitated the genuine wool Rugs. But there is a big difference between ".lute" am! v/ool--and | that's in the wear and looks after you have the Rug in your home Tor a. while.. j When you buy a Rug during Aaron's February Sale yon not only enjoy .savings I of from 10 c t to S3S--but. you are SURE of quality--you are S l ' R K of :i correct design-you are SURE of a good color effect--and yon are 31'UK your pun-hast- w i l l give complete satisfaction. Here arc a few of the big February iSii.lt values: -- SlJO.OO MX12 Woolen VHirv Ti\ig luss Brussels : .n ^rnie sioren) Sale Price - · 9 x 1 2 HiRi) G n u l e Seaiuless Tap: Brussuils Rug. Sale I-'riv _ $28.75 Usl- Royal \Vi\ion Ruj:^. A large vark-iy Pa.tierns and colors Copied froTu iht^ finest RUK5. Pale Pries These price-reductions also apply to the (,'arjiets and Lir.olettnic of ihe highest j ' quality, which we carry in large varieties, designs and patterns;.

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