The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 19, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 19, 1918
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FRIDAY, MARCH 15,' 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELJLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE BULL TOWN First of Series of monthly Swimming Contests Held a t Y . M.C.A. BOYS MAKE GOOD REIMS! At JTert Xeet Three 'Baring Greatest 5nb«Ts of Potato WD1 ke Awarded Pins; Gold awl Sllter Medals for Wicnen In Septnber; Otters Sews Special tb.Thw Corcrter. SCOTTDAUp, March 19.--The first monthly, contest for the boys at the 1'. M. C. A. in the swimming pool was held Saturday evening; Not much form was'eihibitea but from this time until September the monthly contests will bring.'out the best that is in 'the . boys. The surprise of the evening j came whon Fred Xxmcks, wlio has just joined the "Y", came out first in the dive for' form. In the intermediate events, Merrill took first. Lester second, and Dickerhoff third in the 40 foot dash.' In, the 80 foot dash Morrison was;first and Merritt second. In the 320-fool swim. MorriMm was. first and Dickerhotf second, (n the fancy drivc Parker was first and Dickerhoff second. ' In the dive for form Miner was flrst and Parker second. In swimming for form Morrison was first and Parker second! Merritt first and Lester second in tie candle race in the plunge for distance Merrill was first and Lester second. The Junior events resulted as follows; 4(Moot oasJ Freeman first and Lamar Glenn second; 83 foot dash Freemaiv first, Glenn second; ,160 loot swim,. Freeman first, Glenn second; fancy dire. H. Morrison first, L. Glenn second; dive,for, form, Fred Loucks first, L. Goldenson second; candle race. T: Jfeeman first, H. Morrison second. In the intermediates John Merrill leads- with 18 points and Frank -Morrison comes second with 15 points, and in the Juniors Torrence Freeman comes first with 20 points and Lamar Gknn comes eccrad with 12 points. Following the monthly meet in May pins will oe awarded the boys having the thrae greatest njimher of points. In the September meet the wards will be gold* nd silver medals. Entertains at Dinner. Mrs. C. F. Lewis of this place -entertained a number of friends at a dinner at her home on Bdwin avenue Thursday last. Those present -were Mrs. G. P. Grouse- Mrs. J. W. Mitchell, Mrs. W. .Harris, Miss Julia Hough, and Miss Edna Hough of Smithton, Mrs. W. C. Townsend aud daughter, Doris, of-'-PerryopoHs and Miss Ethel Freils of .this place. Knit Ambulance Cover. Miss Margaret Fvnnerty's school at Bethany .has knitted squares for an ambulance cover and this has been put together and is on vxhibition Parker's window here. Dorothy Jane XcHillen. ·Dorothy' Jane McMillrn. daughter of Mr. ani Mrs. Charles B. McMillen, died at its home here on Sunday morn'. ing. Funeral services will be held this evening at eight o'clock -and a ·private interment will follow Wednesday morning at ten o'clock in the Scotldala cemetery. Observe Patrons' Day. Rooms ace, two »Dd three'bt North Scottdale 'schools went together on Friday afternoon and held a -patrons' day exercise in room No. Three. The teachers here are Miss Hthel Fretts, Theodore Menster and Mary Felgar. Seventhy-five guests wero present. Person*!. ;Mrs, John Bennett and "Mrs. Daisy Gordon of Ohio are the guest of Mrs. Christ Marth. ' Miss Margaret Van Goriler, of Connellsville spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Evans. . Miss Jesse Gault of Leckrone visited Miss Mildred Johnston over Sunday. Miss Hilda Byrne is visitng ia Pittsburg. .Mrs. S. B. Reed and daughter, Miss . Jesse spent Saluray in Pittsbnrg visiting friends. 1 The following program has been arranged for a musical to be. siren by ·the orchestra of the Uniled Brethren Sunday school at Bverspn this evening at 8 o'clock: March, orchestra; vocal duet. Misses Ora and Marie Detwiler; over. tare. "Living .Pictures," orche.stra; yoeal solo. Mis* Beula Rldenour; ae- .'iection. "Simplicity," orchestra; saia- ' jnone fluirtet, £.'· Fazenhaker, Ira ' ''i" 1 raienbaker, A. Fazentaker and C. -.Neirazky; vocal solo, Miss Nellc Pirl; '· 3Cil«ma -Wailaiia," Lua Eaili, orchestra; "Keep the Home Firee Burning", ··' Mrs. James Sh'annon, and orchestra; · clari*el duet, Meesis. Barkhart and -Chrlatner: \ocal solo,' MJSS Harriet Mier; 'march, "Our Boys," oychestra;, male quartet; march, "America's : Truest"; "Star Spangled Banner." WARM YOUR FEET WITH MUSTARINE BIG BOX 25 CENTS. K your leet are 'cold this . w i n t e r weather just one application of Mustarlne keep them nice and warm for days, ; It's the surest and quickest pain k i t - ler ever discovered; It will draw out the Inflammation from your sore, tired feet in one nlgrht--it takes the agony from chilblains and .is ih..- best'thine: to use on Cro»ted feet. But that Isn't all. It stoua barkache^ headache, toothache, earache and neu- ralgia--ntany linjer in 5 minutes. It " driven away the agony from rheumatism and gout, and^oTernight enda cold ';on chest, pleurisy, bronchitis an-d sort* Connellsville 'friends. ·/throat; and never blisters, . ; ; Be sure y o u ' g e t ' Begy's Mnstarine in Your Satisfaction is Always the First Consideration We've combined the art of selling Homefurnishings with the art of making friends--that's why the Aaron organis and that's why we are enjoying a constantly increasing faction; . onage. People, keep coming back and always will-: because ition has prospered-guarantee them satis- And to make sure that our customers always get complete satisfaction we offer them only the bestmerchandise obtainable--of unquestioned quality and highest, class workmanship--and then back up every article we sell with Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee." s Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 To that policy, combined with the low prices made possible only through the immense buying power of the four large Aaron. Stores we very largely attribute our success. Our convenient charge account system makes the matter of payments easy. Come in--we'll gladly explain it to you...".'.. Spring Floor Coverings of the better kind. In our Big Second Floor Rug and Carpet Department you'll not only find the largest variety of patterns, styles and designs in Fayette county to choose from--but they're all high grade, reliable lines for which we are exclusive Connellsville agents. Among them are the well-known Whittall Rugs in many pleasing, attractive designs--made of the finest long-fibre wool, expertly woven so that they will withstand even the hardest kind of wear. And the fact that we contracted for these Floor Coverings over a year ago enables us to offer them to you at savings of 25 % less than the present market prices would tie. Come in Now and See These Value*:-- 9xJ2 Y/ool Fibre Rap, Special SW2 Gcnninp Wwl Fncu Seamless Tmpestrj Brussels JlDg $12.75 5.75 OxJ2 Sf*mIt'Rs Administer Bnt: at 9x12 nean'rst Grade of 5 Frame liody Brnsscls fl'hiWall Bag $29.50 $45.00 Baby Will Enjoy the Ride --especially if it's one of those roomy, comfortable, easy riding, new Spring Baby Carriages which we are now showing. ',, Then too. Baby needs plenty of fresh air and: sunshine to make him robust, strong and healthy-^so 'you'd better come in 'now and select the carriage you like , best--to be ready to give him an enjoyable outing every;opportunity you get. Variety Large--Prices Low From, our large showing of Genuine Reed Carriages --the only kind that will stand the wear and give complete satisfaction---it will be a very easy matter for you to make your selection. Here you will find carriages in many different styles and finishes--at a wide range of moderate prices that will really surprise you. As usual, every Carriage is backed up at all times by Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee." Convenient terms, if desired. This Genuine Jleed Carriage with fnil roll top and (PI Q ^7£T full roll body $1.7. t t) Dining Room Chairs See This Value This Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Box Seat Diner, each .95 This is a high grade Dining Room Chair* and is usually sold elsewhere for at least J2'.75. It is only by buying ia carload quantities that enables as to oiler them at this, price. See Thi* Wonderful Pathephone Outfit consisting of-- Pathephone $25.00 Record Cabinet $13.75 Six double - faced Pathe Records (12 selections of your own choice) $ 3.90 Everything for jnst $42.65 ·It's the world's greatest talking machine outfit, because it is offered at a wonderfully, low price and because it gives you all the music of the world. Plays all Records--~So Needles to Change-- Plays Pathe Records with the famous sapphire ball that never wears out--Cannot wear -out the records--The longer you play them the better they get. Come and hear the March "Hits!" , Pathephone Department--Main Floor. The Last Word in Comfort fe Ifl This Massive, Substantially Built Bed Davenport, only Don't confuse this Davenport vrilh others usually offered .'at' a lower price. This is an exceptional Talue--made of highest- grade materials throughout. Frames are genuine quarter sawed oak,'very highly polished. Filled with sag-proof spring and is upholstered in the best grade of imitation leather which iviil give lietter wear than the present day leather. The spring is made of genuine Premier wire--making/the seats soft and comfortable. A very large value in Beds. This Sturdily Built Iron Bed Only This Bed has m 2-inch continnons posts and is fitted with 10 full one- inch fillers. The enamel is baked on giving it the appearance oC porceliron. Fitted with ball-bearing casters. Table and Floor Lamps It the Newest Styles . and Creations. Shades are made of the Famous Cheney Silk ?u Many Colors. Table Lamps $9.50 Up. Floor Lamps $16.75 Up. Come in Now and Join the Hoosier Club Which is better? To slave in the kitchen--or to-have the Hoosier -- and pay $1.00 a. week. It is not a question of can you ntford the; Hooaier--but can you afford to be without it? Can you afford to spend twice the effort and t i m e Ju doing your kit- then work than would be necessary if you had this automatic servant? Sec Hoosier demonstrated. Prices range from as low as $26.00 upwards. ( This Large, Passive Solid Oai. 6 ft. Extension (f*~f A CT/\ TalUe JbM.OU Indian Creek. INDIAN CREEK, March 18.--H. L. Hoover and Miss Duella Ritenour spent over Sunday "among Connells- vjlle friends. . . C. R. Wagner of Altoona is spending some time here wiih his brother- n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. TV". Habel. Mrs. F. "W. Daberko spent a few hours among Ohiopyle friends. l£dward Silcox spent a day among ,. ^he. yellow box--it's the original bllsterinc, uubittitute for Errandmoth- *r's -mustard plaster and is. made .of .true, yellow mustard and not cheap ·ttb^tt totes,--Adv. · if Yon Are HaBrtap Bargains Sadie Kooser of Connellsville speat over Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kooser near Mill Run. . · · - Mrs. Garfield' Bowers of Da^istown Misses Anna and Cathryn Fette. and Miss May Mosely ot CoxmellsvLlle spent over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. lIHg. Mr. and Mrs. JL. Davidson are spending today among Connelisville friends aud shopping- George Arzbacher of. Mill Run is transacting business in Connellsville tolay. _ Sir. and Mrs. J. W. Ba'rger of Indian- Head are Connellsville shoppers today. Alex Nicholson of Dickerson Rim spent over Sunday with his family at Mill Run. 'Mr. aud Mrs. John Hiltabidel of Vauderbilt spent over Sunday among Mill Run friends. Miss Joan Illig is spending a i'ew DOCTORS PRESCRIBE BACORN'S FORKOLA FOR COLD IN THE HEAD AMD CATARRH VanderbilL is spending today among Connellsville i days among Conncllsviiie friends. and Mount Braddock friends. · I · ' --~ ~-- calling.oa Con-j. '.···' Classified No sentiiblu person will continue to auffer from danfferouK colds or cjuurr:: o£ nose or throat which often leads- tu deaf n ua.s. catarrhu.1 u.3ihuia und bruii- cjhitis. \vhc-n they can obtain a a ma 11 jar of ForkoliL any w«ll-rttui:!i- 1 wl drug 1 jt lor f. 1 One-quarter teaspoouful of t i i e [pleasant tasted j«lly allowed to sluwl: I iQKtt in yum 1 mouth -vrill in a few initi- i utes enable you not only tu breathe ensier. but also to g-et rtd of that misty choking 1 , cLog-STing: 'li*icharg-«- tliat I causes so much n-.tsery nnd distress. j Physicians are prescribing: and hospitals arc asinff this new .treatment w i t h remarkiLbt*: suricess 1 . It is pun.r- antceri to ' g:iv«j' relief in .one minute from colds, cottg^ha and. catarrh, ct back.-' so ti-y/it at_Jo.ur .oxp«Ti3e. March IS.--MaUlon \ Eawards, j. B, Hen-dersou, Josepli ShaJlenberger and .-Robert Lint were callers in Conuellsvili-e yesterday. .\Jisse5 Bettie Crawford of Difn-son; Haxul Stoner of East Liberty and Ester Cossjrove were Connellsville callers Mocday. J. C. Beaily h:is purchased a Dodge touring car f r o m J. **. Low. Mrs*. Hary Snydor and daughter were callers in .Counellsviile ye.-jter- day. ' · j i Mr. and Mrs. Guieeppi Moiigellegxo ; t are the p r o u d pareuts of a baby boy. . i The basketball leaiu of the Dun bar ji-. township high school will play the Point Marion high school team Friday 'evening, March 22nd at Leisenriug. . If You Know a British or Canadian Subject "\Vho Ought To Be Helping- in This War G I V K I'S HIS XA3IE Name .'. _ ,, ,,..,, ; _.,,· Address _ ...... Where Em ployed _ Cut tliib out and fonvard to the British and Canadian Recruiting Mission, Smith.field and Fourth Aye., Pittsburgh, Pa. - tf ,.._. .Patronize those who advertise. TRY OUB CLASSIFIED

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