The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1918 · Page 3
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February 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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·'\ J-KXDAT, FEBRUARY 15, 1918. THE DAIJbY COURIER, CONNELLSVELLE, PA. PAGE THREE. 1EWSY NOTES TEL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN TOM! TOWN Usglonar; Workers Observe! Birthday Anniversary of One of ^Number. RESBTfTERIAKS NAME OFFICERS 'or Scoot* Making Plans for Eihfbi- .·Bon of Their Skill In Various Lines ·ft! Acihitf Sometime in March; Society Arranges Prayer -Date. Specia.1 to The Courier. SCOTTDALS, Feb. 15.--Forty la- .ies of tie \V. M. A. of the United rethren church tendered a surprise i Mrs. E. M. S. Pyle at her home in. jrthur avenue yesterday afternoon :otn 2 until o o'clock in honor o* her irtaday. Alter the guests had ar- ived queries and answers were pass- .d around to teem :i»d quite a jolly me was had. This was followed 1th a biography of each present ·Carting with ray firsi photograph and. inning in with a glimpse into the 'iture. bunco, was served and valences were given as favors. A nice ime of money was realized for the r . M. A. as each guest present was . guess the hostess' age by bringing penny for each year old she was. Officers ElecttjI. The "Woman's Missionary society of ...e Presbyterian church met in the ..mrch parlirs ycstc-rday afteraoon. 'rs.' J. S. Parker was leader and Mrs. 'itnes S. Campbell hnrt a paper, "Nave Americans," and Mrs. J. H. ramer had a paper on "Cor.tintietl .evivals." Tne annual elrfction of 'fflcers was held as follows: Pre'sl- ent, Mrs. J. R. Smith; vice president. ·Irs. W. F. Shoits: secretary. Mrs. ,;llve Hurst: assistant secretary. Mrs. '"rank Parker; treasurer. Mrs. Boyd ·lasgow; secretary of literature, Jlrs. ,. A. Marsh; pianist. Mrs. "Walter [ouseman. Aid Society Entertained. . Mrs. Lewellyn Jones, entertained the ' idles of the Baptist Aid society at j ter home here last evening. After j he business session and program re- j ·reshments were served. . |. Valentine Dance. j .A valentine dance was given by the j icnipr class of the high school in the j _!eid hall last evenng. The patroness- jjs were Mrs. J. R. Campbell, Mrs. J. i "C." Parker. Mrs. J. C Tedrow and Mrs. ! larry Kromer ; Scout Exhibition. A Scout raUy will be held in Friday ( "-vening wnen plans wll be laid for a | -Icout exhibition to be held in about a.' ^aoata. Some of the work to be shown . *t the exhibition 'are the flag drll. rst aid to the injured, signaling and amp fire. Scoutmasters are needed Dr patrols No. 1 and 4. Cloter Club. Mrs. Frank Mitchell entertained ie Clover club'at her Staufter home ist evening. Games w.;re played and j clreshments were served. i Annual Prayer Service. I The Home Missionary society iC the ! lethodit Episcopal church met in the ; hurch yesterday. Mrs. C. A. Colborn ; as the loader. It W-.IK decided to ave the due social about March 15. ' Irs. TV .S. I-ockard ol Pittsburg. dis- j -ict superintendent of mite boxes, will ! ive a talk. These ladies also decided ) hove their annual prayer service on ·ooi Frday. I'nr .Sale. Four room cottage house, one- Dnrth acre lot, adjoining the bor- ugh. for $1,200. Forty-five acre farm, good spring rater and a l l ' necessary buildings, or $3,000. E. F. DfWitt.--Adv.-- 3-4t. Personal. Misses Helen Bambrii-k and Stella -Veddell have returned tome from a ·isit paid Miss Marion Earabrick at ndiana State Normal wberc she is a tudent. ! STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND/HEAD Says Cnaun Applied in Nostrils Relieves Head-Col4=t at Once. I* your noatrils are clogged and } 5ur bead Is stuffed and you can't j rea'the freely because of a cold or iterrh. just gftt a snvill bottle' or [ Jjr's Cream Balm at aoy drug store. ' pply'a. liUte of this fragrant, anti- ; qptic creani into your nostrils and let i penetrate through every air, pass;e of your head, soothing and heal- ig the inflamed, swollen, mucous icmbrane and you get instant relief. .AM how good it feels. Your nos- I tia are open, your head IB clear, no ! nre'hawking; snuffling, blowing; no! lire' headache, drycees or struggling ft breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just ·mat. sufferers from head colds and parrh need. It's a delifcht.--,adv. I VOT GOYEKSJfKNT EJOIOYES. Ulmad ITen Will Xot B -opiTe Prlr- Upres of Frdrral Comiiensation. That ttie employes of t'.ic National rilroads will not be given the priv- iiges of the Federal Employes' Com- · rnsation Act was practically asured ·nen the House Interstate Commerce Crmmittee struck from, the railroad til the administration's provision ex- lading the act to railroad man. Tho tnate committee took similar action. WANTED Mill Hands THt SLJQO IRON 4 STEEL CO. OF CONNEL.LSVILLB WJIA BKGIN TO OI'KRATE DOUBLE TURN \VT3KK OP PBB. J8. AND WOULJ) I.IKE TO SEClfRB EXPBR1KNCFD A'ND 1NKXPBJUBNCBD MtLf. MEN. APPLY AT WORKS. 26 Years Goods held for future delivery Convenient credit, if desired Each Dollar Will Do Its Foil Duty Real opportunities like this are betommg scarcer, every day. That's why the best possible time to buy Furniture, Rugs, Carpels, Stoves and Housefurnishings is right now--at Aaron's. Because right HOW our prices are as low as we can make them--from 10% to 33% Sower than elsewhere. Then too, don't forget that here you have Six Big Floors of high-quality, dependable merchandise to choose from. 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 1 .75 Made of comimious _ 2-inch brass tubing. Has 10 one-inch fillers, each fitted with T-balls. Rod-ends arc extra large and massive. This is a full-sized bed. "With the prices on raw materials steadily advancing, the February Sale prfces on tliose Brass Beds make them values that you can't afford to miss. ~- f~ The only Standard Phonograph Design- S7 ed to Play all Rec- U-' selections) This Pathephone Outfit ords. Xe Needles to Change-- Xo Records to M'ear Out, $79.5O On Special Credit Terms. I'aUiepJwnrs $25 to $22.-. on Convenient Crrdlt 'IVrms. This $25 Real Brass Bed, February Sale Price I t ' s very s u b s t a n t i a l l y b u i l t -- · u j a d f l of 2-inch reinforce*! Bra^s tubing. Has 11 one-inch fillers w i t h heavy cross-rods. Kvpry Jillcr f t u M w i t h T-haII. Rod and POFIS are finini w i t h -i-incii post caps. Other Brass Ueds as K*w as $9-75. Everybody can be a good Cook now-- -we rhean, of course, everybody that uses the New Simplex Universal Combination Range. That's because Die Universal burns gas and coal or wood--or both at the same time. And both fuels can be used- in the oven at the same time without one interfering with the other. When changing from one fuel to the other just turn the key--that's all. No parts to change as in the ordinary combination ranges. Then too, the Universal helps the Government conserve coa)--saves money on your fuel bills. It's the range that keeps your" kitchen warm in 'winter and cool in Summer. Come in and let us demonstrate this wonderful range to you--then you'll know why the Universal is the largest selling Combination Range in America. Kitchen Patriotism H means to save time, steps arid work 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 b y j installing the | F K I T O H E H C A B I N E T This is a.n acuia.1 labor-saving machine--no*'merely a place for storage. It has 40 labor-Favrng features. Its scientific arrangement results from thousands of experiment. The' most used articles arc nearest at hand. You sit instead of d!anl--you reach instead of walk. Come in now and let us explain to you t h e man? "Hoosler" features. And let; us show yon, 1.0*1, how the "Hoosier" makes play of Kitchen tasks, Prices Go Up March 1st --thi'H another rcnson why TOO shonhl come in HOTV, tht- enrltor tbe better. Reductions of 1O% to 33% on Floor Coverings of Quality. This $195.00 Four-Piece Queen Anne Genuine Walnut Bedroom Suite February Sale Price 139 .50 This $53.00 extra large Burfian _ $37.50 This $52.50 extra large Chifforcttc I..TM..!.! $S',M This 852.50 Bed--full size _ _ S837.W) This 835.00 triple mirror Toilet Taljie _..... _ $2^.00 Thin $18.00 Solid Oak. 0-foot Extension Table with patent locking -i ~S 77£T device, February Sale I'ric(«P-l JL. i e) This $24-00 February Price ________ Colonial Library Tnlle. $14.75 In some stores y f i u ' l l fir.d ".'i:f.e" Rugs represented as ail-ivool Hugs.- T!ie difference is "Hardly noticeable to t.ii? oy-- liewiuse the manufacturers have so cleverly imitated the g e n u i n e wool Rugs. But there is a big difference between 'Mute' 1 and wool--and that's in the weai' and looks at'rer you have the Rug in your home for a while.. When you buy a. Rug during Aaron's February Sale you not only enjoy savings of from 10;.' to K 3 % -- b u t you we SURE of q u a l i t y -- y o u are SURE of a correct design you are SURE of a good color-effect--and you are S U R E your purchase w i l l give com- plete-satisfar.t.i on. Here are a few of i h e big February Sale values:--- $20.00 !'Xl2 Woolen Pibrc less Brussels in some store?) Sale Price -- uermeU seam$14.50 Px12 Hiph Grade Spamless Tapestry PO~i f Srussnlls Rug. Sale Price.-.. - tp^i.t !x!2 H:i;u U r a d o S Spying Paitf-rn.-:. 1W.2 \Vliittall flonuilif. The Ui-si Body lirussels I ul^.ss A x m i n s K - r Hup ! ml . S: " u . $28.75 liixly Brussels Rug.- l 2 Royal Wilton A large PaiJerus ami coloi-s cupiod from (he finest Russ. Sale Price ______ ..... ----------These price-reductions also apply t.o the Carpers and Linoleums of tie highest quality, which we earn' in large varieties, designs and patterns. -'**

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