The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 1, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 1, 1918
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V-- . EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVTLLE, PA. MONDAY, APRIL 1,191V AARON COMPANY 27 YEARS IN BUSINESS IN CONNELLSVILLE B« Obserred Airing the. 3f ext Two Weeks. WAS FOUNDED IN 1891 MM* TV* Fncperan I»ori Fonl- tm BMne Ha* Had BaaH growth u4 5ow Xaaka Ainof the Largest KcdMto SrtaHtataatwia lu State. SUKKKB MOTOE WRAP OF BLUE SILK F.UEDK A Birtbdsy celebration trill be ta yrocreM at Aaron's during the neit two I nreik»--«ii event that "Will be a VKOat flttbac occasion to mark the close 0( tketr-27th year as-.liomefurnisliers Jn TmyetW county. la ti»,T*»T 1891 the Aaion Compa- py m* founded, uds ia usually tie \eas« with, all the ions established ·ueeaaatol twsinew qt today, the still j ·wma an»H and .Humble indeed. But $h» soond and honeet business poll- '«!·· and methods employed and fol- bowiil «ii 'gained public faith and con- fl'dne*-: -from tb* beginning. It is «utte -mtwal then, that Aaron's- has jfTo«rn-»nd prospered. , . Dttrl»r the 27 -ywis that followed {th«re.i.w«!B.tini«.ot plenty when all (w«r» '.pronwouB.. Then.. tco, there . ware tlmrn of *d»«»ltT nrhfea brought x vith. ..tbcBL .nuiny. different forma _ot Oftaatar. Aaron's enjoyed these times ·f jtnUMCitT--*Bd ' batng flraJy es- on. » solid f emulation o( prfacij)»« from tla start-: **re able to offer a very strong Teaiatuee-and" trlmnpbuitly turvived dnriiaB",th»; lean-peribda. That's whj today Aajon'a ia one ot th* T«ry few coneerM in ConneUgvlIle -vhd enjoy erett ;w»ir- these-present ijoarters are tot orer a charter centnry. Toe jreaby increased boldness mad»_it, secure larger quarters from time to time and ta 190*.the;present_big:six story bnilt Ing was .planned and this structure ·was completed in 1307. This ooildmg i* occupied ejclnsively, by Aaron's which make* them one of the largest Instifnttone in Payette county. And even aow these present quarters are crowded to therr capacity. To a statement that this srowtn has been' rathermarvelous,'- Mr.-' Aaron modestly replled-that-there really was . nothing : to marvel at. ^Because Aaron's always have made it a policy to carry only the better, reliable cradts of; homeJurnisbinjs. to advertise truthfully, to offer the largest -value* made possible only through an 'immense_fo,ur-store buying power, to extend to every customer a courteous helpful Miles service, tip arrange convenient terms of pajmtnt and to' guarantee each and ··very'customer complete satisfaction.' And it was simply in appreciation of these policies that FayetU conaty folks supported this Institution and', that they themselves .·were dlnctly. ;"responsible for its steady growth,; [ And to celebrate this ?7th anniversary in a mostffttting -way, in a way that those:..wlib have bean» directly responsible for this soicces-.s can share In this celebration--Aaron's have made specialbfriSlay prices on every article jn"tieirritore. Extensive preparations baTe4»eeii.-imade. Manufacturers and irbolaamiirs .were prevailed upon to cff«r~ tkVrr assistance in this great celebration ;anoV. they ;resionded most Hberalfjr by aiding IB every -way that - " ·. JEfiaytbJng is'in readiness, not a -.'«imi»'detail has been overlooked .to ·· : .-»a*» t hlfi celebration the 'big suc- . : ; ; -'«ei|'tliat It -will undoubtedly be. Vanderbflt. 'VANDEBBILT, April 1--J. B. Hen- Miss JIary Henderson and i':Henderson were callers in Con- He on Saturday;. Chambers spent Tie weefc-end parents at Kevere. '|'"J. ; .Earle Roberts, of Brownsville |^ipiiBt~tne week-end wHh his parents, 'i)rivaid"Mrs. G. B. Roberts. :|5^»7'iX,.Coegrove'and daughter. Ester, Bettie Crawford of Dawson ·were callers in Uniontown Friday, ' Hiss Hesse Shnnmkor ho.3 re tu rood to hor home In Fittiburg alter npond- ing several days wKh Mr. and .Mrs. J, V.' Knight Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strldtler ot TJn- iontown visited the formers parents. I Absolutely Removes i Indigestion. Druggists ·refund moneyjf it fails. 25c TBK BU.OOKS . ' laillcaT Ask J«"P*rnpzU«.fcr CliWWn.K'^if l'Anntid Hrnwd/ la Kerf 33d Wofii r.Mt3/He . Kital vilb Ulw; Ril,bo». j»o oth-r. n-ny of ytmr - MkfvrCtil.CtrKB.tanf AXJ} », . Safest, AJ»*y»ae!tt»]B SOIB.SY BjfWifllSTS BEHUHOS I --ion At-- I ; | i i ! ' , EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE, HAHOLD LOCKWOOD IS HIS LATEST AND BIGGEST METRO OFFERING "BROADWAY BILL" THE STORY OF A. MAN WHO "WENT FROM BROADWAY TO. THE "WOODS TO MAKE GOOD--IN 6 ACTS. ALSO A TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY. This motonrrap tor.sammor irear i» on bine killc faille. with w)d» shawl collar and deop cuffs of baronet a*dn In *£itt. White satin covered buttons afford tie trinrcotns. Mr. and Mm Goorgo M. Stricitler on Sunday. ·Mrs. J. Y. Woods and sons of Co»- nellsville visited Mr. and Mrs. L, I*. Collins on Saturday afternoon. Miss Elsie Edirarda Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. "Wilbur Madlgan of Clarksburg, W. VR. ' Hiss Maude Snyder of Grerasburg spent the -week-end at her home In East Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Cletls Strome of Connellsville "rtsitcd the latters parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Lint of Lookout Farm on Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. O. "W. Moseer and chll- i dren, Clifton and Hope, Tisited Mr. Mosser's brother, Dwight Mosser and family of Star Junction, on Sunday, s. Mrs. Charles Michaels of Greensburg visited her sister, Mrs, Scott Osborne of East Liberty on Saturday. J. S. Patterson of Plttsburg visited his ^brother-in-law, J. L. Love, over Sunday. Miss Mayme Huth. Sialiocbcrger of Pittsburg is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shallenberser. Miss Anna Rowan has received an appointment for a government position and will leave for "Washington, D. C., in the near future. VyMnsterole. See How Quickly It Relieves jMtrab Musterole in bristly, and p the pain ia gone--a delicious, jC'contfort comes to take iti place. _MffQfc~iv~ · cxutf wilrtc' otntwcntf ·itkoa of nwstard. Use it instead rt platter. Will cot blister. doclcn'add omses use Muster- recommend it to their patients. Trjr tell you what relief if throat, bronchitis, croup, --^--^ ». neuralgia, congestion, .liiattnatisin, Inmbago, pains .and ' Die back or joints, sprains, sore rcili«LH cbjlblaicsv frosted feet, tta cbest (it often pfevent! ' - Ahrays dependable. OUR BOYS IN FRANCE The men on.the.firing 3iae represent the pick of our American youth. One in four of our boys at home -was sick, rejected because of physical deficiency. Many times the kidneys were to blame. If we wish to prevent old age coming on too soon/ or if ^re want to increase our fiances for a long life, Dr. Pierce of the Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. ?., says that yon should drink "plenty of irater daily between meals. Then procure at your nearest drag store'Ajiuric (double strength). This Anaric drives the uric acid out and cures backache. If we wish to keep our kidneys in the best condition, a diet of milk and vegetables, with only little meat once a day, is the most suitable. Brink plenty of pure water, lake Annric three times ** day for a month." . PA.--"First I had grip, then pneumonia, then kidney and bladder. . trouble. Kidney . excretion TTOS high colored. I got sick on November 12th and 2aid up'tiJl.Febm- ary 13th, when I began to use the Anuric Tablets. I told ray doctofj and he said,''That's all right, keep on with them-*; so I did.' I am now- perfectly ^ell and work hard."--WM. D. SKYDEB, 3os 391, BaHroiuI an;Market,Sta. · ; · Clarion, Pa.--"I.have been, suffering for. years from .disordered ikidneya, backache and headache. I doctored with several doctors and tried several other medi- /anes, but with no aTaiL" I at last/began taking Dr. Pierce VAmiric- Tablets and they have,cured me-o/ my backache and headache/, and. I" haro : better'health now than/I haye;had'for: 21 years;-;-£.am-now ibb to do my wori/;gO;to church, and do lot of walking. I have a splendid appe- ito and sleep woJl and. feel.good in tho :omin£."--Mas, wrinHorner's WEAR QotUn DOOCOCOO xx» ORPHEUS THEATRE --TODAY-- ·^THli 1CST OF THE AGES" i "Wiich Appears the Inimitable Screen Star LILLIAN WALKER U traces ttrough the ages past the havoc wrought by tbe in- desire. to acquire world wealth. "ROARING LIONS IN A HOSPITAL," a Sunshine Comedy. --TOMOKBOTT-- bPGLAS FAIRBANKS Stars with Bessie Love in^a Triangle,Drama. Coming--'.The Son of Democracy," a series of 10 two-reel dramas ['Benjamin Chapin "as "Abraiiam Llncola " T O M O K B O TT TRIANGLE PRESENTS OLIVE THOMAS AND LEE PHELPS IN "LIMOUSINE V JLIFE" A DRAMA IN 5 ACTS. . ALSO A GOOD TRIANGLE COMEDY. HAVE YOUB PBINTI1TG DONE AT THIS OFFICE. SOISSON THEATRE STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 1 £. W. Borman Presents the CHESTER BISHOP PLAYERS A High Class Stock Organization. 2 Tears Aven'nc Theatre, Detroit, Mich. 3 Tears Colombia Theatre, Grand Rapids, ; · Opening Play a Complete Scenic Production of "The Island of Love" A Story of BcantMnl Hawaii. Companion Play to "Tie Bird of Paradise." MATDiEES MOXBAT, WEDSESDAY A'B SATURDAY. Scent from Act III of "The Island of Love," by the Chester Bishop Flayers, Soisson Theatre, Monday, April I. , Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On Every $100 You Spend. The Change of Time and How It Effects This Store By action of Congress the daylight-saving time change goes into effect Sunday morning. , , In compliance with this plan, the clocks at this store will oe moved forward one hour at closing time Saturday night. Beginning Monday morning the store will open as usual at 8 A. M. and close as usual at 5:30 P. M. but according to the government's NEW time schedule. The CORSET is the Base of All GOOD Dressing The dress may be elegant in desiga, perfect in every detail, but the : effect is easily spoiled if the corset is not of the correct cut and properly, fitted. . · ' ' Figure fashion changes as quickly as dress fashion--in effect the corset is changed with the dress fashion. So each season brings its new corset. for New Redfern CORSETS Spring Are Here for Whether you fancy the straight lines some of the Spring styles affect, or the "Well- denned wairf-line that seems quite as fashionable, your REDFB.UN CORSET will be tie greatest factor in tae success xf your new wardrobe. At »3.50 to S6.5W-- tiere is a model for every figure. Choose yoara today. New Warner BRASSIERES Spring Are Here . Warner Brassieres arc dainty, yet serviceable, beautifully made--yet economical. There are pretty styles "witl square, round or V necks--opening in front or back. Lace and embroidery for trimming. Warner Brassieres are here In all sizes 32 to 50--priced at oflc, 59e, Joe, $1.00, S1.50 First, there are the SATINS, for which a vogue is already assured. Here in a great variety of "weights and finishes--heavy, "yet soft and lustrous Satin Duchesse, for suits and coats,--36 and 40 inches wide at ?3.00 to ?4-00 a yard. Then we have the softer Satins lor dresses--at ?1.50 to $3.00. Blade Dress Taffetas Trill- be very much in demand tor Spring, and are here in a pleas- Ins v»i-lety. Various weights, too, some .with a high lustre, others "with dnll finish--at $1.50, ft,66, *2.CW, $2.50 the yard. All the popular BLACK SILKS at popnUr prices. --Crepe de Chine, 40 inches irtde, 52.25 the yd. --Crepes Meteor, 40 inches wide, 53.00 the yd. --New Messalines, 35 inches wide, J1.65 the yd. --New Popiins, 40 inches wide, 51.75 the yd. --Charmeuse, 40 inches iride, $2.50 the yd. Longcloth and Nainsook Contracted for Long- Ago Many mills are refusing to take orders because of tnc xarcity and the rapidly advancing prices ot raw cotton. And government contracts," too, must be given preference. Buy -while yon can do no at such t price advantage. !«rd iride LtmgcltUif-- in 10 yard bolts at $2-15 Tnrd-wide, American nude Xolnsooks, -- In yard bolts at $££, 12.60 and $3.50 a bolt. These New Laces Will Interest All Planning Summer Frocks New ideas are many, for these laces "ire different from any tnat have come before. The most open-work meshes--filet and hexagon principally--delicately traced with a design of embroidery. They are in-deep flounces and with bands to be used as trimmings for Summer frocks or girls' ' evening dresses. Those Articles of Much Anxiety-STOCKINGS Our stockings are service stockings, for they are carefully reinforced in their wearing parts. Doublo garter tops and reinforced feet In these /toe black list? stockings for women shorr that. v Priced at 50c, U5c nnd 76c the pair, --Mttdlum weight black cotton stockings with the Barter cops and feet reinforced are Sic and 40c the pair. --Women's Stockings vrith extra .spliced toe and /heel are of medium weight, size 8% to 10, at 25c and 9c Vie pair. Silk-and-Wool Poplins Again to the Fore With each recurring Spring thoir popularity renews itself, for they give ^rcellent service, are light in -weight, and make up into handsome dresses, suits and skirts. Hero in a complete line of lovely shades at J1.75 a yard. Exclusive Silks Lovely new- CHENEY rOULAHDS are conspicuous In the collection of Silks for spring, and are wonderfully varied in design and coloring. M Indies wide and splendid values at $2.50 the yard. Big 150 Matinee Daily at 2:'30. Evening Shows at · 7:30 and 9:15. Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. All This Week. The Show Beautiful. Guaranteed Attraction ZARROW3 FOLLIES OF 1918 Featuring Connellsvilfe's Favorite Juveniles, A Big Time Act, THE LYNCH TRIO The Cleverest Children on the American Stage. Supported by Kellner Kellner, Teny Allen, Hicks Seymour, Lillian Root and a Chorus of Pretty Girls, Presenting Three Musical Comedies, Well Written, Exquisitely Gowned, and Superbly Mounted. Pep Superior Screen Shows By the Supreme Stars · Charlie Chaplin Monday and Tuesday. Carol 9 Halloway Wednesday and Thursday. William S. Hart Friday and Saturday. This is the.Mpst Expensive Show Ever Booked by a Connellsville Theatre. Secure Tour Seats Now. Usual Prices. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION L O R E The Amazing, Mystifying Mental Marvel Amazing teats of telepathy. Answers your questions without your asking them. Vaudeville's Greatest Scientific Act. Ladies' free reception Wednesday afternoon, at which time every lady will be given a personal consultation.

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