The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1918 · Page 3
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March 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY..-MARGH S, 191S. THB DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIIXE, PA. PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Agent Coming to Appraise farms for Those Seeking Federal Lioan*. ' BOY SCODTS CANVASS TOWN I* tlie lutwtst oi Sole of Wan- SB-ring Stucps; Canpaii^i is to Begin Son- Uj; \. X. C. A. Interest* Itself in tVellare of Soldier Boys in Camp. Special to Tba. Courier. SCOTTDALE^March 8.--Three active troops of local Boy Scouts will canvass the town anrt take orders for thrift stamps. .These orders Till be turned Into ^tie potsofltce and will be delivered by .the postm'a»;Nrtoen he delivers your mall. The ciHivass \wtiL start oil Monday morning. Knlistinff 3l«*ani«s. "William Ferguson, who is registering men for shipbuilding, is taking only mechanics' now. Twelve laborers have been turned down. One mechanic was enlisted yesterday. As yet oo person has been called and the men a as rale are Tery anxious to get to .'work and would like to be called. Basketball Ganie. The Senior Y. M. C; A. team will play the Independent basketball team of Greensburg of the Y 11; C. A;,'in "the "Y" here on Saturday evening. A good game is assured.. ' .. Fray for Soldiers. The town has been asked to furnish 50 men for Christian leadership,who ·will inlet at the Y. M. C. A. on next Monday and take part, in recruiting week. This .means · to;' :"recniit men who will pray each-lay for the safety ot.he soldiers hV';tbe trenches, the boys in camp andHhe entire number of men who are serving under the allied f l a g s . · « . - · · Farm loan Agent tombi;;. Word has been received here by the secretary of the Westmoreland County Fair. Frank C. Vray. that a federal appraiser is^oh his way here to appraise the farms in this vicinity for farmers who wish to secure government farm loans. ( ladies' Tay Chaaged. x. Toadies' Day will be continued at the Y. M. C. A^ on "Wednesday from now on. This had been - changed from Monday until Wednesday on Heatless Mondays and they. .rTiiV/,continue to "keep it on Wednesdays,'' '' Snpplr Contracts let, , Tho Sanitary Chemical Manufacturing company ot North Broadway v.-as awarded the contract for the'sanitary floor dressing at a meeting of the Mount Pleasant township school board at their meeting last evening. The contract for the other supplies was awarded to Lyons. Clement Hill . of Gre-ensburg. ' The school boards are buying their supplies early this year .so that if there is an-embargo they will still be assured having them at the proper time. "For The Freedom f the World." Coi's Theatre, Mount Pleasant, Friday, March 8th, Goldwyu's'great spectacular war drama, "For the Freedom of the "World." Two shows, 7.15 and 0.15. Prices 15 and 20 cents.--Adv.-- 7-2t. Other Solos. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Conrad of Market street had as their guests yesterday Miss Mazie Elkins and Miss Belle Me- Kee of West .Elizabeth,. arid Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Freeman of Pittsburg. The Baptist Aid society held then- 'meeting yesterday afternoon in the church. The comraitee in charge was Mrs. Herbert. Mrs. Kling and Mrs. Sisooe. Miss Jane Herbert had the mission study. .Wilfred S. McKeon spent yesterday in Monessen. E.'F.-'DeWitt spent Wednesday at California. Pa. Mrs. George Ferguson spent yesterday in Connellsville with Mrs. Carl Bishop. Mrs. "William Bendlner and Miss Edna Fretts spent Wednesday in Pittsburg. . ' Confluence. CONFLUENCE, March 8.--The members of. the Red Cross on the "West Side have^completed 42 pajama suits. In the 42'suits' were '294 buttonholes which were all worked by Mrs. "W. H. Reiber. Carl 'Watson, who'was spending a few days with his father in Braddoek. has returned home. Frank Cunningham, who was called here to attend the funeral of his mother a few weeks ago, has returned to his home at Hicorv, pa. Dawson Show has returned to his home in Swissrale 'after'bemg here a few days visiting friends and transacting business; Earl Ankey of. East Pittsburg is visiting his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin-Ankey, at Harnedsville. . , Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Banner have returned from a visit witli friends in Connellsville, · | Mr. and 'M». Earl Glenn and two ! children have returned to their home I in Connellsville after visiting friends i here a few days. . . | Mr. and -Mrs. Janies Reed of Pittsburg, former residents Sere? visited Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Beggs here yesterday. - . itrs. T. G. Beggs went to Connelis- vffle yesterday to .visit her son. Elliot and family.' : Dawaon. 0A.WSON. March 8,--Mrs. H. B. liowell and Mrs 4 P. J. Cunningham were Pittsburg visitors Wednesday. . ( . Mr. and Mrs. James Meehan have :.. returned home ^frpm a visit with ......friends and relatives at Johnstown: ? Mrs. Harry Patterson, who has been '^pending the past few davs with her i.^arents. Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- ;'·"· I*nald. has. returned to her home oear Buena Vista. Cociran. Jr., left last evening YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR SUCCESS Better Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Housef urnishings of every kind makes the Aaron store different. We find that we can increase our business more certainly by offering our patrons only the best--not alone in improved workmanship and highest quality--but also in newest designs and latest styles. The values you get at Aaron's are always the largest obtainable--because our immense four-store buying-power insures the lowest possible prices. v -,We find too that the people want-Homefur- nishings v that they can use every day--that will give complete satisfaction for years to come. And to make sure that our merchandise proves completely satisfactory at all times--every article you purchase here is backed up by Aaron's, "satisfaction guarantee." Convenient Credit, if desired. llsville's Reliable -/ Homef urnishers Since 1891 DisplatjSalp O UR Spring shipment of guaranteed genuine Reed Baby Carriages--a whole carload of them--hap arrived. They are now on display in our Show. Windows and on our Floors--a display that will undoubtedly be of particular interest to every mother in Fayette county. Here are all the latest, advance styles and newest designs--roomy, comfortable and substantially built carriages. They're of the kind that will insure baby an enjoyable, healthy, pleasant ride. Careful inspection invited. Avoid Substitutes Be sure that the carriage you buy'is made of genuine Reed--and not of Fibre Reed. There is a similarity in names but a vast difference in materials--Fibre Reed simply being a trade name for paper. A genuine Reed carriage is. the only kind that will stand the wear and that will give complete 'satisfaction.--that's why it's'the only kind worth buying. So insist on getting the genuine Reed carriage.--it costs no more than the other inferior grades. Our display is now most complete-that's why. it will pay you to come in as early as possible.' Here's an exceptionally large value. This genuine Refed Carriage has a full rollstop and a full roll body--very sub- (J»-| Q stantially built. tpJLt/. Prices are low The remarkably low prices at which we are offering these genuine Reed carriages- again demonstrate the immense values' made'.possible only through ...the .large four-store buying power that we enjoy. . The range of price .is quite as large as 'the' range of choice so that you are sure . to find here a carriage to suit yo'ur requirements exactly at just the price you want to pay. And every carriage is bacfc- ed by the ..usual Aaron "satisfaction guarantee." Our convenient charge account system, of which you can take advantage, will make the matter of payments very easy." u$s 60 linoleums 2nd Floor Spring Patterns Now here! ' You Housewives who are doing your Spring Housecleaning early Uiis year--we're ready for you. . For we've jus.i received our shipment of now Sprint: RUSH, Carpels and Linoleums--embodying all the newest designs, stylos anil color combinations. And they're all of reliable makes--including the famous WhiuaU Hugs--lor which we are exclusive Connellsvllie Agents. Our Hui; Department is in 1 charge of an expert who will gladly confer w i t h you on any floor covering problem you ;nay have. And there's no extra charge Cor this additional service. Therefore, if you are planning to buy a new Rug for your hotr.c it will pay you to visit our Big Second Floor whore you can leisurely and conveniently make your selection from the largest variety'of patterns, styles and designs in Fayette County. And as far us .prices arc concerned--Aaron's imm'ense four-store buying power and their financial responsibility always insure larger values than you can get elsewhere. Come in and look around--ymi'ri always welcome heri. Come and hear the Pathephone play the New March Records. --J'lajrs all Record.^ --Plays without changing needles --The Sapphire Ball does not wear out the Kecords --1'Jiiys without hc usual scratchy "surface- noise." Tlie .Pathe Pathepbone is ALL machines in ON'E--that's why it's gaining in. popularity every day--and that's why it's the only talking machine it pays to buy for your home. Convenient. Credit- Terms, if elesited. Fathe Records (!5c to $4.00. Pathephones 925' to S225.. Be Sure to See This Special Pathephone Outfit! This $25.00 Model Pathephone with your choice of 6 double-faced Pathe Records (12 selections) all for 1. $29.50 SIMPLEX. UNIVERSAL / Right Now is the best time to buy a Range We still have a few Stoves and Ranges in our Basement Salesroom that, vre contracted for nearly two years ago. Naturally we are selling them at "before-the-war" prices-- ' vliich means that we are now offering them to you at perhaps less than their present wholesale cost would be. Among them arc tlio famous Universal Combination Ranges--not only the lowest price combination , ,, ranges made--hut also conceded by all to be the best combination range evei' built. Then too, there's the N'ew Process Gas Range--a u-onderful cooker ' and baker--that will give complete satisfaction under all conditions of gas pressure. Have YOU joined the Hoosier Club? Scores of Fayette County Kitchen Patriots have already joined--many more will join. Because Hoosier js a'wartime necessity--needed in every kitchen to save food, work a"nd time. And by joining Aaron's Hoosier Club you can place this automatic servant in your Idtchen without feeling the "cost--because you Pay only $1 Weekly Come in. now--today--and sec the Hoosier demonstrated. Tfcen you'll Iraow- why it's already used'in. over a million homes. KEEPING SOLDSEF S STRONG Early in the world-war cod liver oil was selected to fortify the health of soldiers against the rigors and exposure of camp life and to help build up enduring strength. SCOTT'S IS THE ONE that actually guarantees- the pure quality of Norwegian Cod Liver Oil ·which 1 is refined in our own American laboratories. It is skilfully emulsified to promote prompt assimilation which is always difficult with the raw oil. Scott's Emulsion is famous for putting power in the blood to t?wari colds, grippe, paeuniwjia and lung trouble. · It is fr.se from alcohol or opiates. Scott A Fowne, IKoomfield, X. J. 17-S BRITISH TANK GOING INTO ACTION THROUGH A FRENCH VILLAGE; DESTROYED BY TEUTON SHELLS i 'for Snn Antonio. Tex. Ha has enlisted as A chauffeur In the service. W. P. Bute attended the automobile show in Pittsburg Thursday. Mrs. James Cocoran was the fe't;est ot Mends in PlitttiiirE Wednesday. The Pirtaburp £ l.nke T'ric official car,. No. 07, with a ( nunilu;r of the company's officials. vliiieii the yards at Dlckerson Run Wednesday cvc- ninff. Mrs. .Charles GaaJ cf North Dawson spent Thursday with her Klstor, Mrs. Martin Hasson in Connollavlllo. ' A n u m b e r of photographs of camps I anJ soldiery liave l.enn .received here ! liy Uic roik. ut home thr past tew j days. .v-.ami£ tir.uto cf U'.e:u vret'e j I from (_:a::u l!i-.U!t al Itockfrird, 111., j j where ri. K. Porter ot to\\-n a::d !-*rrd ; ! McGiU. k nncv'.y of Uawsoii, lust now ; 'of Mones.seu. arc in training; of Camjt . ' Oorricn. Ga.. from Theodore Vs \ . Horn. Mrs. Sr.iily McGl',1 tar.'Just received a iil:ct05rr.nh from her nephew, . ·'·Mr.cbeth XeuTJyer, sen cf \V. H. New- · j jTvyrr, BeHvne, who is a corporal In f ' training nt Camp Loo. I Musterqle-Loosens Up Those · Stiff Jointe-^-Drives Out Paia You'll know-why thousands use Mua terole once you experience the glad re lief it gives. Get a jar. at once from the, nearea drug store. -It is a clean, white ointment mode with, the oil of mustard.'""Bette than a mustard plaster and 'does no! blister. Brings ease and comfort. wMl it is being rubbed oa! ". . Mus'.erolc is racctnmenoed by matt. cloctoris and nurses. Millions 'of jars an used arinuaBy Icr bronchitis, croup, stH neck, asthma, r-euralsia, 'pleurisy;- rheti isatisni; lurnb-so, paios and aches of thi back-or joints, sprains, sore muscles · breisea, chilblains, frosted feet; colds a tlie chest.'(it oitei prevents pneumonia) 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $250 , refund iaooey ii^it faik^ 25c j 1 1--;..'.':: : : ··--···-:-· . *r ' Want Ads-- 1 Cant a W Wort. I ^L

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