The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 25, 1918
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'i, r-JSHKUARY 25, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELXSVILLEA PA. PAGE!. THREE!. tor the final AARON'S AARON'S FURNITURE SAlM fc*r Thursday, Feb. 28th, is the Last Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! You'll have to hurry--if you want to buy the reliable, dependable, high-quality Aaron Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Homefurnishings at the 10% to 33% savings. Prices how are low--lower perhaps than they'll ever be. Gome in nowr-every article you; buy is backed up by Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee"--convenient credit terms can be arranged, if desired--goods held for future delivery. If you don't do another thing be sure to, at least come in and see-these remarkable values.. You're always welcome at Aaron's. - ^ :: Thi» $27.00 Bed Complete with Spring and Mattress. February Sale Price .5O This iroa bed has 2 inch continuous posts-and is fitted with 10 full 1-inch fillers. The enamel is on giving it the appearance of porceliron. Ball-bearing casters. _ Cotton top mattress and sag-proof sprinc complete the Outfit This $37.50 Porceliron Top Kitchen £*/i TK Cabinet . «p£rJ:« I O Bverr woman Till be delighted with the Porceliron table top. Just think of it--a table that cannot- absorb grease or dirt; that is thoroughly clean even though judged by the most rigid modern standards. - . RUGS Second Floor SATJWGS FEOK 10% TO 3»%. Our Big.Second Floor Rug Department has been a mighty busy place during this February Sale Period. · And there's a reason--Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums of the highest "Quality, in many different designs and patterns are offered now. at great savings. Why not come in now and let us demonstrate thia wonderful : --the Kitchen Cabinet that saves food, time, -steps and labor. You sit instead of stand-you reach instead of walk. · See for yourself why Hoosier. is used in' over a million homes today--and why Hoosier is the '"ily cabinet for YOUR home. P. Ices go up March 1st --so you'd better come in DOTV. This $24.00 Colonial library Table. February Sale Price ... (1»-| A «pJL'*. Have You Seen the New Process Gs Range? The February. Sale prices on these Ranges ar*even lower than the present wholesale costs because we contracted for these stoves over a year and a half ago. y When this lot Js sold well be forced to raise onr prices--so we strongly advise that you come in now if you need a new Gas Range. Don't Miss These Brass Bed Specials ~i--£ " ' H _ $11.75 This $20.00 Brass ;Bed February Sale Erice ......... Has 2 inch Colonial "posts -- an /exceptionally large rvalue. ' Regular $25.00 Brass Bed; February Sale (ft-t A' rff Price ........ . ......... ..._,.. pJL4» I f J This bed -is made wi to heavy tube- rods at the bead aud foot and vha's e'x- tra large posts and fillers. " """" " Regular $35.00 February Sale Price ....,,..._... This bed is made wrtn :2 inch continuous tubing and ten one-inch"fillers. Tbe most attractive offered at the price. ' " ' . e Considering the presenOhigh cost ot Brass, the Sale prices on 'these Beds make 'them values really unheard of before. Be sure and see "them. ' ' Brass Bed, fljl Q tp JLt7. . This $21Q Four-Piece (fueen'Anne 1 CO.OO I: Bedroom Suite in American Walnut ·*·»** TJlis $60.00 extra large Bureau $42.50 This $55.00 large Chifforette $40.0(1 Tkis S55.00 Bed (full size) .: ..iMO.OO This 840.09 triple mirror Toilet Table.-! $29.511 All four pieces are just as pictured. While this-is one'of the most artistic reproductions from this very popular period, yet its construction I'j is ot the best-and It' is very substantially built. Remarkable Values in Dining Room Tables This $18.00 Solid Oak, 6 ft.i This $25.00 Solid Oak E x - j This $50.00 'Genuine Quar Extension Table with patent| tension Table, 45 inch: ter Sawed Oak 54 inch Exten- lockinj? dcTicc . /t);spaec «pJ-O. it) \ planked top ; Those are all beautiful Tables, extremely well made and very highly polished. The addition of one of these Tables to your dining room will add much to the 'pleasure of welcoming your friends to. ..your home. . . This $220 Four-Piece Queen Anne Dining Room Suite, American Walnut .75 This W.W) Buffet ....; ..... ! ............ .... ..... ....... ............ _.... .$54.50 .. This $60.00 China -Closet ..... _... .......... .". ............ ·_:... '$40.00 This $45.00 Extension Table ............ .......... _______ '$3».50'- This. $25.00 Server ..... .7 ________ ..., ; _________ :.-.....;. ............. :... $15^75 ..... Chairs to match this Suite .can be purchased extra. ' ' """·' this $150 Four-Piece William Mary AQ.50 QuarterSawed Oak Dining Room Suite ** TJiis »52.50 extra large Buffet--.------_: : $36.75 TWs WWX) extra large China Closet $26.50 Tkis 937.50 extra large Extension Table : $28.50 This 120.60 Sorring Table 1 _ . $12.75 Chairs'to'matca can be purchased separatfiy. . See This Nationally Advertised Kroehler Bed Davenport! A Regular $45.00 Value--February Sale Price Solid oak frames covered with guaranteed black imitation leather. -Makes a full size Bed when open and gives you a full size sofa by day. r This $375.00 Avondale Four-Room Outfit. February Sale Price I Tl Even' 'The "Avondale" will fll\_'every requirement because it is complete, necessary urticle to furnish four complete rooms is included. STATE CONTROL OF INDUSTRY MAY PASS WITH END OF THE WAR | turn of peace, says Alexander Dana j Noyes in Scribners. Regarding the j present attitude in England, the London Economist lately, made this coment: "In the minds .both of employers ] and of workmen there is growing up badly that their hearts ache for it, is to complete the wa; r in a manner satisfactory to the Allies, and to get rid of the government control of industry." . If this is any fair picture of public opinion in England, 1 the probability of Bit W« ·»··* kf ^ery (jo|Uulti»t o i i j a p rO [ 0un d dislike of all government 1 similar revulsion of feeling among This .Jhttcr »s the Public's A p- i interference, and a not less profound j our own highly individualist people - . *·"·* »** Be«» Tll»en»n. I determination to get quit of it at the i would be reasonably strong. Gener- vi"« cannot be so very confident that " " Jie 'war-time experiments* in state 3ntr6l" of inamitrT wilt turn out to laveiwhetted the people's appetite for Ircsli expo'rniienta of the sort on' re-tan classes now want, and "want aa first opportunity. Tbe old demand of j alizatjons are .not altogether safe in Socialist orators that the government j the present abnormal circumstances, should nationalize this, that, and the and no doubt it is possible that-organ- other is moribund, if not dead. What iied labor, which in England has pretty much had its way regarding vrages under government control,' would lavor permanent state operation for that reason; But tats,-like roost other present-day predictions, has the weakness of dealing with surrounding conditions' whose character can only dirrijy be foreseen. It is the remark of an eminent writer on political problems that; whatever else happens after return of peace, the one certainty is that the United States will emerge from the^ war the mos^t conservative; in its political and industrial instincts; of : the great communities of the worid. "'· ' ' Confluence. CONFLUENCE, Feb. 23.--Louis Reynolds son of Mr. and Mrs. J. JP. Reynolds of this place who is in Mercy aospita':,', PHtsburg, following ap, operation for appendicitis is improving nicely and will soon be able to. return to his' home here. . Wilbur Davis has returned from Cleveland, 0., with two new cars. , . ·iAfrs..Oed Koontz'.i's- still improving from a recent' severe operation- in Franti hospital Amos Humbert .of PJltsburg was ! Pitts.tmrg. . auendingV.'ilie J millinarr among those who attendee! the funer- ' opening. " '·: ' " : .'" '.' ''·'' al of Mrs. Harriet Hanson here yes- ,y B. s. ,^lc^,'uU cashier of v 4he- First- terda-y. ' . ' ' .tNaUonai-MriiK' of FaifcuancS,,' was a Alvin Burnworth, the constable. \vas" business"^isitor1ie're''ye"sterday"/ in Ohiopylc on business yesterday. ·".{ 'PaXrotiiza ttose w'Bo-mdyertise, Mr" and Mrs.' Ed. Bovlin-have rc^-j ~" ''""" '--" '', ' ' " " "turned to their home in Burgettatowni Pa., attar being here attending th*. funeral of Mrs. Harriet Hanson. . Mrs. "Win. Boor was shopping and ·visiting friends in- ConnellsvUle yesterday. ' · ' · . - ' . Mrs. Ida Counaty' the' milliner. 3ta returned from a sevnrjj: days 1 -visit in . Mrs. Kate Hail" s»7sr:?i:iiare kept houso 1 IP years, :am t»e iSafiuir'ot four Ichildren, and I would'not keep! house Irtthbnt 'Hollister's 'BocSty Moontaiii* Tout .WlsS* ·Woman", why? "-" Drives^ aw»y BicknesB, brings health and bap- r jplnees to the whole '·isaiOg. ' vffle Drug Co.--Aflv.

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