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FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1913. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN12LLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE HILL TOWN Churches All Are in Beadi- neM for Observance of . Easter Sunday. FINE PROGRAMS ARE ARRANGED In Xnt of Them Coinmnioii. Wfll be I , Cdttnted; Pastors to Dwell on | ' Sigftlfewce oi the Kuterttte; Sol-j ' Mm Gwsla oi Â£IkÂ»; Other Sews. A better home with better furniture and better homefurnishings in better styley better quality, better selection, better and larger values for less money--that's the result you gain by taking advantage of the better homefur- nishing service offered at Aaron's all the year round. Cpniiellsvillie's Reliable -Â· . Â· -Â·K^gg^-^g iÂ£: fea-4'Mgsjap ARON S Housefurnishers Since 1891 A guarantee of complete satisfaction goes.-with evrery purchase--backed up at all times by the reliable, long-established Aaron organization. And our liberal, convenient charge account system makes the matter of payments very easy. Ask our salesmen to explain it to you. : Sl'eclal 'to ThÂ« Courier. SCOTTDiAiE, March 29.--The Rev. *Uliwu P." Russell ot the Laurel Hill enurcb. conducted services In the leer 'hire, room ot UÂ»a. Presbyterian church last '.evening. : The services will be continued this evening and are pre^ % paraiory to the faster '. commuiiion. that will be held on Sunday morning, la the evening the pastor will preach z special Easier sermon and there will be special music. Â·Â·-..." .'. Barter Sertice. . . . . . . The first Baptist church. Rev. H. D. : Alien: pastor, has arfanged special Â«- a erciÂ»Â«s'for. Easter under. ;the general Â·f titlÂ»' of' "The Cross. in" Congo Â· Land." ,, At 11 o'clock there will be Easter any tUenra by the junior and church ciloirsr and * sermon by the pastor, also the baptism of .12 persons. At 6:45 o'clock ' the young people Trill' hold, services,, the subject being "Lighthouse -in Africa." At 7:30 there Â· \rill ; ; be Easter -music by the-choir. '. /: , -'. Â· Â· Â· - . At.XE. Charci. . ' . At the Methodist Episcopal church' .there urill sunrise service'at.7 o'clock with 1 Theodore Htciej; laider. ' At *Â· 10:45'there.will be*ahVEaster sermon by.the- pastor, the Rftv/.G.. 1 iy.;Terbush, with''special music by-.the : choir. In the evening at 6:30 o'clock Â£her.r wUTj te a-special Ejworth : League Easter service. At 7:30 and Easter cantata j will be given. ' - The Inthrraa At the Lutheran'church'on Sunday ^morning at 10:45 there will be :i sermon by the .pastor ./follawed. by com' munion and in the evening, the pastor. .will preach a special sermon and there ^'will ..be' : oommunJOHi:.,'3pÂ«ial' Faster music "will be given at both services. 'Â· Christian Church Service. Â·Â· / -it toe'Christian ; church' at 9:45 Bible! school will;be held and at 11 f o'clock there' will be communion. At 0:45 -there will be Endeavor meeting ; and : in the' evening .the pastor will preach an Easter sermon. Bcv. Jtolr Cominsr. , At-the Trinity Reformed church . ,. preparatory servici's will be held this evtnins. The Kev. w. J.'Mulr o'Mer- ceraburg Academy will preach Sunday. .. morning and there will be special . . music. There-.will be no services in- Hie' eveninjr. :Special K. B. Service. At the first 'United Brethern church . Â· a.special program will be rendered by Â·" the Sunday school. Dr. Hunk the pas- Â· . tor will speak at 1oth the .morning and, the : evening services and there .will be special music,. . . .- - faster at'U. T. Charch. 'Â·'Â·Â· At'.the United Presbyterian church . Rev. W. H. Slillen pastor will Breach Â·f in thÂ» evening and In the.morning-Or.. ,! Lawrence Keister will preach. ' . V Aid Socleir JEntcrtainea. Mrs. .Alex. Taylor'entertainca the ..'; ladies of the Bapjst Aid society at her V: Walnut street home last eyeninj;. Fol. lowing the business meeting there wais i' : ;.A .program in which. Sirs. Saycr '.!Â·'- Mrs. Auld took part Â·';'Â·; 'Â·: Soldiers Tell of Me. f '.,, Sergeant Arthur Byrne, Judson T. ; .Â·; Van- Horn and Meade TannefliH were 'gu*sts of the Elks' club last evening. Revelation of wiat camp life really means to the average man was made. .' The men are all members of the 110th Intaitryat Camp Hancock. Nickola, % the hypnotist, who is ailing a .week's i encagement at the Scottdale theater '. wÂ»a Â» guest of the club and'entertain-' :Â·': ed the men with his-hypnotic powers. :'/Â· . For Sale. ; Bight room house, four extra lots, !'-.Â· for Â»1,?00. Six room house, one^half acre lot, ; : Cor Jl,200.. .. ... ... . . . . i Eignt room double house, rents for ;.".' 420, for $2,000. E. F. DeWitt.--Adv.-- ?Â·Â·. 27-4L J , . Other Xews. :'.: .The Home Missionary Spcie-.y of the Methodist Episcopal church sent . 30- dozen of eggs to the . Deaconess r Â·' home at Pittsburg yesterday. ' : The ladies at the W. C. T. U. are Â· gathering up eggs today and will dis- : "'-. tribute. thsm tomorrow. ..'amonK the Â·.;. foreigners at North Scottdale who do 'Â·-: not have'eggs for Easter. ,. ; . Joseph .Balgosky of Oweasdale died ',:'at-iia'hoine there on Wednesday-. He ', had iseen living alone for : ame time. .. '.J.'B. HutchinsoR and daughter. Miss I Francis, ' went -to Ptttsiburg to meet ';. Mrs.:J. .B. Hutchinson who is return- ; tng^trom a visit paid at Tarlorsvilie, ;': Kentucky. . . : .Slrsl "W. T.,Devlin of Point.ilarion, -- spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. J. lU'Byrne. . It B. Keslar was in Pittsburs yes-, tÂ«3ay.' They are preparing 'to move Â· OB a'farm at Letonia, Ohio. ' : ' Patronize those wn advertise. W01AN FINDS REMEDY WORTH ;Â·:. , FABULOUS FORTUNE ;.. _'-'Q itouldn't take a million ^dollars y for.^the good Jlayr's Wonderful Rem^ ed^'has done for-me. I have, finished ' t^e/:cbnrse and can say that 1 am en- Â· Utel7\cured of very-severe indigestion, Â· bleating and colic attacks I suffered ; tiSoLlor many years." Itisasfanplfe, ajjmless preparation th.at removes tSiifcatarrhal mucus .from lie Jntes-. ,: ^ai;iract and allays-tha uHLumantion wklch causes practically all stomach, t^rÂ«r.'ind Intestinal ailments, iaclud- 6Â»i[-;iijpenqUciUs. One doso wiJ! con' refunded.--Adv. !Â·Â» Are HBÂ»MÂ»tr Barpttiu DaiUif Coniicf. You will: find: than." i Special Grand Home Demonstration Sale Now Going On This, is the big stove erent of. the. year- Saturday is tie last day--so doa't wait! Come In and learn how the wonderful USrVEKSAIj Combination Range bakes and rousts under most difficult conditions when other ranges fail. How it helps the Government conserve coal'. and rc- djiccs your fuel bills. Keeps the kitchen cool lii summer, wanii in winter. This, for the reason that the. Burns Natural or, Artificial Gas and r 1 Coal or . Wood (U. S. P*L iMBod DM. X. 191TV barns gas and coal oi wood. Better baking resulta, because you have your choice of fuel?. Gas for quick bakirig, coal for slow''baking, roasting, etc. Or. use both at the same time if you choose; or wood in emergency. For KM, merely turn the key the little girl iÂ» holding. One way for gas; back again for coaL No parti to change like in ordinary combination ranges, to you can't make a miitake. Just rum the key--that's Â«1L SÂ«* thu demonstrated--Â· Â·oon as possible. Tomorrow is the last day--be sure to come in--bring your friends. Entire Second Floor For Floor coverings of the better kinds--that will give complete, satisfaction always--come to Aaron's where yiju have the largest variety of styles, designs and patterns in Southwestern Pennsylvania to choose from. 'And you'll find them shown here in the easiest way--on racks--so that you can see many. Rugs i n . a very, few minutes, see the whole pattern of every Rug and 'which makes the colors appear, to you exactly as they are. Â· Â· Â· ' Â· . Â· Here, you can buy the famous Whittall Rugs, .Wild's. Linoleums and .other well known floor coverings for less 'money thanyou pay for inferior grades elsewhere. -Having placed our.contracts over 6 months ago we can. save you at least 25%. on your Rug, Carpet a n d Linoleum purchases. . . . . . . Just a few of the values you'll find here-- 0x1:2 Seamless \Voolen Fibre 7L_1___J $11.75 TfOCl AxiaSeamless Tapcstrj- Brus- 9x12 Wlnttall Body Brussels Us Kng, genuine P"J Q I~7K. frup:--the 'finest dyed in yarn V J-Oo 11) made 0x12 Ili^hest (?ra]c wool seamless Tapestry B sels Hug (sold in other stores Â§f) r l for at Icasl $S3.DO) V** * 't Heavy grade of genuine inlaid Linoleum (colors po clear throngb ki back) . PJ r7C per runninf; yard ' tpÂ£* I tl Not a luxury--but a wartime need No matter how many other things you go without --it is folly to-sacrifice the Hoosier Kit- clien Gafeinet. This is the strong .right arm of kitchen service^-and kitchen patriotism will help win the war. Don't impoverish your health ; o rstrength by .working long hours oh your feet. The nation needs a strong and healthy vromanhood. Don't "waste foods.in measuring and mixing--in exposing them in unprotected places. Hoosier prevents waste, saves food and guards it. There are 400 places for Hour; sugar, etc.--ail the principal supplies and iitensils. Prices range from as loiv as $26.00 tjmard. Yoiir money all Ijaci if not delighted. Oh You Amateur Gardeners I H'sre's Jnst the Thing For Â· T o n r "War Garden." Â· Tale handy B-ln-1 Garden Tool-comprising of five useful .tools in oni ; combination: Fork, Troircl, r, Hoc and Dibber. ,'fust tie thing for puttering about In,* the garden, trimming up plant boles, plant tubs, flower pots, etc. Always handy. No missing tools-^no : thing.to get out of order. A slinr plii spring enables you to shift from on* tool to the other in an instant. Wuighs less than a pound, will not UPS the user and is absolutely rigid in an/ position. Saturday Only Saturday morning we will place on sale 1 gross (144) of these tools--while Of they last, each This Substantially Built Bed Davno Three- Piece Living Room Suite ,-.5O Â«_r Complete with Bed. Davenport, Rocker and Chair. Made of genuine Quarter Sawed Oak, The spring construction is. of the best and ibis suite is upholstered in the best grade imitation leather made. And at this price it's a value thai cannot be duplicated anywhere. A very large value in Beds This Sturdily 'Built Iron Bed Only ,~ ...... . This Bed has 2-incli continuous posts and is fitted with 10 full one- inch fillers. The enamel is baked on giving it ib.e appearance of porceliron. Fitted with ball-b'iaring casters. This Genuine Quarter Saivert Oak " ' . 07 Buffet ,,,, e I . A very high grade Buffet every intjh of "Which is made of genuine quarter- sawed 'oalc. It is dust proof^ "ven* highly polished in" a beautiful golden o a k f i n i s h . : . ' . . . . This Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Box: Seat $1.95 An exceptionally large value that-you can't afford to See This Value This Massive, Substantially Built Bed Davenport, only . . Don't confuse this Davenport Â· vrith~ others usually, offered at a' lower price. This is an exceptional value--made of highest grade materials throughout. Â· Â· Â· . Â· . . - ' Â· Â· ' Frames'are-genuine quarter saivcd oak, very highly polished, Fitted with sag-proof spring and is upholstered in the best grade of imitation leather yrhich ifill slve. bstter wear than the present day leatier: Tie spring, is made of genuine Premier .wire--making thei seats soft and comfortable. . ' , ! This Well Built Genuine Reed Baby Carriage This-attractive Carriage hat unusually pretty body -woven from genuine Â· reed. Note the 'graceful sweep of the rolled edge-on both the body and the.reed'hood. You may have your choice-of either-an Antique Oak or Natural finish with seat and back cushions softly upholstered to match. * Â· Sanitary .White. Wood Beds, With Steel Riils Sanitary. From; .Every.'Standpoint. ' Not only have these befls steel rails, but tliey have steel connecting' rods aiat eliminats eveir objection that was-ever-raised against wood" beds. -They -are- extremely -beautiful beds: much' "lighter".Uian-irictal,- are easily kept clean, soap and water being all that "is-'necessary, and it would be mighty hard.to purchase a bed that will look as well and : last as well as this'hed'at this price.