The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 26, 1918
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TUESDAY, FEBUtJARY 26, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI/LSVILLE. PA. PAGE THREE. Now FURN ^""Thursday, Feb. 28th, is the L Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! You'll have to hurry--if you want to buy the reliable, dependable, high-quality Aaron Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stores and Housefurnishings at the 10% to 33% savings. Prices now are low--lower perhaps than they'll- ever be. Come in now--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. ^ , i ^ , . ^ f Don't Miss These Brass Bed Specials Thi« $27.00 Bed Complete with Spring and Mattress. February Sale Price .5O This iroa bed has 2 inch, continuous T?osts and is fitted with 10 fViU 3-inch fillers. The enamel Is baked on giving it tie appearance ot porceliron. Ball-heanng casters. Cotton top mattress and sag-proof spring complete the t, $24.75 This $37.50 Poreoliron Top Kitchen Cabinet Kvery woman will be drliKhted with the Porceliron table top. Just think of it--a tahlo ihul rnnnot absorb grease or d i r ; . that is thoroughly clean e^en though judged by Uu 1 most rigid modern standards. S A V J M J h FJJOJT TO 33%. Our Big Second Floor Rug Uepartnienf htis been a mighty bnsy place during thjs February Sale Period And there's a reabon--tlugf, Carp^Ls and Linoleums of the highest quiilny, 10 many (l.fTerc'iH designs u'-iid p a d e i n s arc offered no-tr at gi pat savings. Why not come in now and let us demonstrate this wonderful, K I T C H E N (XA.INBT --the Kitchen Cabinet that saves food, time, steps and labor. You sic 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 only cabinet for YQUR.-h.ome. Prices go up March 1st-. --so' you'd better come in now. · Tlus 8824.00 Colonial Table. February Sale Price Library $14.75 Have You Seen the New Process Gas Range? The February Sale prices cm these Ranges are even lower than the present wholesale costs because we contracted for these stoves over a year and a half ago. Wlien Uiis lof is sold nc'lI be forced t.o raise our prices--so we t.trong-lj- ndvise that yon come in noi if yon need a new Gas This 320.00 Brass Ko! t'ebru- ary Sale fi»1 -| IJf Price _. tyJL -I. I tl Jigs 2 inrh Colonial exceptionally !ar;ce \a]ue. Kcirnlar $2..UO Brass Bed, February Sale ' Price .. Tli.-s, bed is made "wTh heavy tuhe- rocl^ at the head and 100! and has 01- trn !ar£p poyti and liilern $14.75 $19.75 fiesrular Stt-i.OO Brims February Sale Price __________ This bed is made v,il\ 2 inch continuous tnbms and ten ono-mch filler^. The most attractive bed ever ofTrred at Considering the prwscnt Jugrh copt nf Brass U\c Sale Jnt cs on tho-c Beds make tli em values really unheard ot be! ore. BP p u r r and see them. This $210 Four-Piece Queen Anne Bedroom Suite in American Walnut * This $60.00 extra l»rge Bureau --.$42.50 This $55.00 large CJiifforette ; $40.00 This $55.'00 Bed (full size) $40.00 This $40.00 triple mirror Toilet Table $29.»0 All tour pieces are j u s t as pictured. "While this is one of the most artistic reproductions from this very popular period, yet its construction is of the best and it is very substantially built. Remarkable Values in Dining Room Tables This 8J8.0D Solid Oak, 6 ft. This $25.00 Solid Oak Ex- Tliii $50.00 Genuine Quar- Extcnsion Table with patent, tens-ion TaWe, 45 inch tcr Sawed Oiik 54 incli Exten- locking fl-j -| rfr,top fl»- O r r r R i o n Table, dCTicc ...... _.. ..... D-L J.. spaee .... ..... ..... planltod tflp .. . Tl.esc are all beautiful Tables, extremely well made and very highly polished. The addition oC 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 This $i»0.00 Jinffet ..... ____________ ..... ______ $54.50 This $60.00 China Closet ___ ____________ $40.00 This $45.00 Extension Table __ ........ __________ $29.50 This $25.00 Server ......... . ..... _____________ $15.75 Chairs lo match this Suite can bt 1 purchased extra. This $150 Four-Piece William Mary QO- 50 Quarter Sawed Oak Dining Room Suite 3f * This $52.50 extra large BnSet $36.75 This 840.00 extra large China Closet . $26.50 This $37.50 extra large Extension Table [ $23.50 This $20.00 Serving Table $12.75 Chairs to match can be purchased separately. See This Nationally Advertised Kroehler Bed Davenport! A Regular $45.00 Value--February Sale Price '.5O Solid oak frames covered with guaranteed black imitation leather. Makes a full size Bed vhea open and a! full size sofa by day. This $375.00 Avondale Four-Room Outfit. February Sale Price Tbe "Avondale" will Jill p \ e r i w j u i r e m r n t bf'cajse it JEver necessary arvitle 10 furnish f o u r coinp't-u- rooms is i THE PATUMOVST. I I termines ,o have revenge upon the j malefactors, but wJben vengeance is in her hand^ she relents. There is a ' well defined story interest in this production. Tbe entire cast is cue oC un, usual excellence and the star ^ a s i Jrole which gives her an excellent op-VENGEANCE IS MINE."--A six, portunity to display her dramatic art Patbe play m which Mrs Vernon j ability. A selected comedv is also be- astle appears m the leading ro o. i s i i n s presented Tomorrow Franklyn ·mg presented today. The popular i F a r n u r a »H1 be toautred In "The ^reen star is seen as the daughter o e j ^ S h t l n s Grin -" a ' fiv(? P art Bluebird financier who commits suicide after | attraction The hero smiles and fights iiOK niade ihe scapegoat of -xmc ' kis way to success in a stirring battle ·ooked finp^iciera. The EjLrl ete-{for a bride, Edith. Johnson, who is Mr. Farnum's new leading "ady, heads i the supporting cast Thursday Kitty j Gordon will be seen in "The Divine j Sacrifice," a drama ot mother live. Supporting Miss Gordon is a splendid cast of film favorites. Friday and Saturday Alice Brady will appear in · "Her Silpnt Sacrifice." the nvst Select 'Star picture. Mis n Brady has a su- | perb vehicle for her dramatic talents i m a tale oE into love, conquering the falsities of smart Parisian society life. THK \RCAJ) E. "OFF TO TJ£E FRONT."--Jack Fnquay and Zarrow's LittJo B l u e h n d company last nighl at the A: cade stormed me trenches of gloom and the presentation" of the military travesty, "Off for the Front" was a positive scream oC laughter from atart in tlu- I !sh. FUquay received such a j welcome" upon his first appearance that it was a big ovation. To show nift 'appreciation he put over the greatest. 1 show of his career. It was a laugl 1 ! riot and lus every tippcaranct 1 wa^ l ^ e signal for an outburst of merriment, i And the remumdor of tho company i are in Jack's class. Miss Lillian Zci£- ler in an old popular song. "Over t There," took nine encores. Miss Clark 'coloratura, sang "Long, Long Trait," j a n d displayed a beautifully cultivated I voice, pure in q u a l i t y , even "tlJrougli- I out, rich la color and warmth, John f S a p u d in a song written 'jy liemself, i "America, I Am Strong foi You ' got I f o u i cncoTPS a ri rt two hows, a.nd as a i climax they sang as a diict, "America 1 Is a Grand Old Place." Billy Fenton, i 'he Irish tenor, bad a good coninbu- ' [Jon in "Somebody Lores Y o n " The show will be repeated today. 1 Patroaixe those who advertise. TUIHTKK. I "THE CAIJL OF THE KA3T"- · | Japanese folk lore aud q u ^ y i , an f it guated cu.slOin.s of that counlry \vnicli I will throw a light upon many of t b e j r i mantlefjsnife. avt* to nc found in abundance JQ "The Call ol the Es±:." in wJi,ch SRSWUC liayiUtaw a is .-,ia.rrn^ 'today. Kwannon. ibe Japiiiie^e Goddess of Mercy, jrlays an important part in shaping tho tic^tirnps of the J hero anil hprome, ami in and aroutiri Uje old Japanese estate of Takada, there are scenes of wonderful beauty Bad nUTorl Tomorrow i j ^ l l s aud ico arc rombtned m Uio W i i l - u n i I'onjt t l - 0 r a j n . i , ' r ( jp,i]'p HOIIIHI , t a r n n ? Tmn M^ Thmsriuy. m UnsM'M i ^ fr-a'ur,- ( l in "Jn

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