The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 22, 1918 · Page 3
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March 22, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22,1318. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE.I PA. NEWSY NOTES TEL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Children Have Great Time In Ruins of Burned Five, and Ten Store . POLICE TAKE THEM IN HAND Anna) CoBraeneeneiit Exercises Set lor M»y 29; Forty-fire Buys and Girls of Senior CUss of Hfek School to be (InuUated; Other »vs. Special to The Courier. LE^Caroh 22.--Nerer before in the history of Scottdale (lid tie boys and girls of the tonsn have the lime Hat they had yesterday after school when the Woolworth store i were being cleaned out for the fire sale that they will aoid toiiay. ChU-1 dren were there from K;eiertown, j Swedetown, Pine Tree anc Brown-1 town, gathered in such crowds in the alleys at the rear of the store that ' Chief of PoEce Frank McCudden had to take tictn in hand.' CommencemeBt }ttaj 29. The commencement exercises of the loca! school will be held -May 20th in tho Scotttlale theater. As yet DO speaker has been cbosen. One ol the largest classes that ever graduated from tie local school -will receive diplomas. There are 45 members in the class as follows: Mabel Bryan, Nellie · Cole, Evelyn Cramer, Charles Dickerhoff' Hazel Durstine, Elizabeth Eicher, Jobji Kromer. Joe Knowles, Sarah Haines,' Leota Kelly, 'Francis 'Folk, Wesley Leighiighter, Orrin Laugarey, Marie Loucks, Nora Love, Grace Lynn- Isabel JIarkei; Anna Martz, Ella JIarU, Jennie McGoogan, Ada Miller, Arthur Miller, Elizabeth' Miller, Ix-on Morris, Bmamiel Morris, Nellie Newingham, Nada Noon, Clyde Parker, Mildred . Stoner, Gilbert Stauffer, Arbutus Stang, Robert Small, Gludys' Pyle, Ruth Rktenhouse. Frask Sturtz, Fred Tiske. Merle Waugaman. Margaret Walters. Neta 'Wilus, NeHe Wooly, Ralph Might. Olena Dale, Mabel Ziron, Catharine Hess an4 Margaret Shirey. Guild Entertained The Misses Cramer entertained the Westminstdr Guild., at their Spring ^treec home last evening. Following the business meeting and program refreshments were serred. Program Rendered. Mrs. "William Green of .Mulberry street entertained the Aid Society of the Baptist church at her home last evening. After the busing meeting there wai, a program as follows: Piano solo, Ethel. Kromer; vocal solo, Mrs. Limber; piano solo. Margaret Rutherford; reading, Eva Rittei- house; piano duet. Alice Howells and Margaret Rutherford. Personal. "Rainbow's End," oar new serial story, begins in this issue. It's by Rex Beach. Read it. ilre. D. "Walthour and son. David, left yesterday to visit Phisburg friends. IVIiss Anna Dick 'of Wilson College, Chamber^burg arrived home last evening for her Easter vaction. -Mrs. TV". R. Stambaugh and son, Dick, of Pittsburg, are visiting friends her*. .YUsse* Evelyn, ifarr and Anna Byrne and F. AV. Byrne have- gone to visit at Camp Hantok, Augusta, .Ga. SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Ev*ryon ihouW drink hut water with ph.oiphate In it, 1 before braakfast. To feel as fine as the proverbial fiddle, we must keep the liver washed clean, almost every naojiriug, to prevent its sponje-like pores from clogging with indigestible material, sour bile'and poisonous toxins- says a noted physician. If you get headaches, it's your liver. If you catch cold easily, i; your's liver. If you wake up with a -t.id taste 1 , furred tongue, nasty breath or stomach become rancid, it's your liver. Sallow skin, muddy complexion, watery eyes all denote -l. ; ver uacleanliness. Your Hver is the most important, also the must abused and neglected 'organ of the body. Few know its function or how to release- the dammed-up body waste, bile and toxins. . Ijvery man and women, sick or well, should drink each morning before breakfast, a glass of bat water with a teaspoomul of limestone phosphate in it to wash from th« liver and bowels the previous day's indigestible material, the poisons, soar bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alnne.nfciry canal be^ fore putting more food into the stomach. Limestone phosphate is inexpensive; any pharmacist will sell you a Quarter pound, which is sufficient for a demonstration of how hot water and limestone phosphate cleans, stimulates and freshens the liver, keeping: you feeling fit day fa and day out--Adv. tcosoirr nr CHECKISG ACCOUNT. Experience Proves That. a Checking ACCOM* Saves JConer. Try this plan.for yourself and you will find it true. A bank account subject to your check is a systematic method-of handling income and expenses. System results in a saving Ever* man and woman vho has a fair incpm* should open a. Checking Account at this bank. Call and talk over the plan with us. Banking hours daily from 9 to 3 o'clock and open on Sat- nrd*y evenings.ironi 7 U 9 p. m. The ' Citizens National Bank, 138 X. Pittsburgh street. Connellsville,--Adv. Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891" When furnishing a home completely or adding a piece of Furniture, a Rug, Carpet, Stove or any other article to your home--you naturally ·want it to become a permanent fixture--you want it to give complete and lasting satisfaction. Therefore the next time you have occasion to purchase anything in the way of Hqmefur- nishings--don't take any chances that will impair your future comforts and happiness--· especially when experience offers you a reliable guide. ' We've spent a lifetime in the Furniture business--we know how good Furniture should be made--we know too how good Furniture should look and wear.' Our record and reputation of 26 years standing safeguards every dollar that our patrons spend here. We sell only reliable Home'furnishings of quality--and sell them on a strictly "make good" basis. And to make sure that you'll, be absolutely satisfied at all times, we back up every purchase you make ·with Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee." Then too, you can buy the high grade, quality Furniture-and Homefurnishings at Aaron's for less money than you pay for inferior grades elsewhere--because the immense four-store buying power we enjoy always makes lower prices possible here. We've also arranged very convenient terms of payment for you--c.omp In and we'll gladly explain them. Connellsville's Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891 Pledge to Hoosier^ze Your Kitchen Now! (An appeal to every woman pledged to save) The Nation's food all comes to the kitchen FIRST -- consider that. And if men expect women to help in the war on waste, they should give them the strong right arm of kitchen service -- the Hoosier Cabinet. The second million are being distributed If you are a woman, you have a. right to the Hoosier. If you are a man, see that your kitchen gets this labor-saving machine at once. Hoosier saves more than food alone -- time and work and health. It is= wasteful to be without it. Pledge yourself. shorter honrs and a longer life- pledge yourself the happiness and start AT ONCE. Come here now and order' your Hoosier Cabinet before the stock is broken. K I T C H E N C_AJBINBT It's as perfect as experts can make it. « Every Kitchen Cabinet, device has been tested by the Hoosier makers. Prices from as low as $26.00 Upward The conveniences that have proven valuable have becTh adopted. Those not up to Hoosier's standard have been rejected. v . j So Hoosier today is a 20-year development. It contains .all wanted features. And only those that are practicable. ,, Hoosier's Council of Kitchen Scientists--all talented vorrien--are using the i-ioosir constantly to find new improvements. » No other maker controls the genius possessed by thest; brilliant women of the Hoosier staff. If a better cabinet could be built, tne Hoosier Company would build it. * ' · You sit instead of stand--You i^ach instead of walk- Hoosier saves miles of steps--within arms reach are»places for 400 articles. The most u.=ed things are nearest--each one put there by science, after thousands of t^als to determine which place is handiest. Hoosier protects food by keeping supplies in place--by preventing gu$s work and waste in measuring and mixing. Wtih intelligent use Hoosier will pay jts cost many times over. Join the Hoosier Club Now--Pay only $1.00 Weekly New Spring Floor Coverings We're now showing the very newest patterns and designs in Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums--all high- grade reliable lines for which we are exclusive' Connellsville agents. Among them arc the famous Whitman Rugs--America's famous Wild's Linoleums and others--which you can buy here at practically the same prices that others ask for inferior grades. Here are a few of the values we offer: $12.75 S)x32 Wool Fibre lisg ., i 9x12 Gcnuiac Wool Face Seam- .'ess Tapestry (PI O r f f Brussels RMS «pAO. t O flxl-J Seamless ·Axmicstcr !!«!,' i)x12 Heaviest tirade 5 Frame Body BrassHs tVliitlall Bug . $45.00 Before buying Rugs or Carpets always ask the salesman whether they arc wool-face or Jute-face. They are very similar in appearance bat vastly different in wearing" qualities. Wool Rugs and Carpets hold their color and retain their beauty. They can be cleaned and scoured as the colors ure fast. Jute Hugs and Carpets fade after-being exposed to sun and light --cannot be scrubbed nor cleaned--aad look ugly after they are in use a short while. rwi * "r% 1 Take Baby Out Riding During these balmy, sunny days-that's the time to take baby out riding--for baby needs plenty of sunshine and fresh air. ' The genuine reed, new Spring Carriages which we are now offering in large varietv will insure baby an enjoyable outing. Because they're roomy, comfortable and easy riding, substantially built and the spring construction is of the very best. We offer them in many different styles and finishes--at a wide range of surprisingly low prices. See This Value'! This Massive Substantially Bullt Bed Davo Three-Piece iLiving Room Suite Complnc vriib Bed Davenport, ftocker and ('hair. Marie of gfoiiiino quarter paw cd oalc. The spring construction is of the bp.st and is the*same as thai found in -the. highest £rade upholstered Furniture. Made up in imitation leather. «* This Genuine Heed Carringre with f u l l roll body and full roll top-only $19.75 I: Sec This G e n u i n e Quarter Sawed Oak Box (»eat Diner J»-| QfT ;.t only tpJL.J/eJ Tins Special Bed Outfit Complete -| \t\th Spring and Mattress · J - 75 * Tile iron lieii has "-jnch cM(imfau' jiosls and i.- fitted ivith 30 Tu.'l IJnch fillers. The enanic 1 ! is bakcti on giving it .the appearance of..por- c£liron. Ball-bearing castors. Cot.um top mattress and sag-proof spring \ complete the outfit. · · · Library Table This 26x40 Incli Colonial Quartered Oak library TaWe'.._.. See the Famous New Process Gas Range It's the one gas range that works successfully under all conditions of gas pressure--a wonderful baker and cooker. And it's very substantially built--made of high grade boiler plate steel, especially treated--so thai it will lasL a lifetime. It's very highly polished which naturally makes il easy ;o keep clean. The A'ew Process is equipped wi - .h patented lighter and the burners are scientifically arranged so that they will save 2r% of your fuel bill. See the Special New Process Gas Range we're offering at. $19.75 To Store Your Winter Clothes ^ . . . . This Genuine Red Cedar iphest, Substantially Built ^

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