The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 2, 1918 · Page 3
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April 2, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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TtTESDAY, 2, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE,\ PA. PAGE ?: The Prices of 2 years ago prevail during this sale period. Sale Lasts 2 weeks only--so you'd better come in now. Today marks the opening of our Anniversary Sale--today we begin to celebrate our success of 27 years as Homefurnishers in Con- nelisville by offering you values really unheard of before--all high grade quality merchandise at practically the same prices that prevailed two years ago. Months ago we laid our plans and preparations for this event--and months ago' we-closed many unusual transactions. While others were worrying over the rising markets, we closed deals that seemed almost impossible. Manufacturers and Wholesalers have co-operated their utmost to help us suitably celebrate this occasion. They enabled us to procure Homerurnishihgs of die usual high quality Aaron standard at savings almost unbelievable--that's why these Birthday val- Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 ues and prices will bring joy to every family in Fayette County. ' . ." .. Of course you can also take advantage of the convenient charge account system we've arranged for ,you -- -which makes the matter of payments very easy. Purchases made now will be held for future delivery, if desired--and every- article is backed up by the usual Aaron "satisfaction guaran-, tee." You Save at Least 10 to 35' on Every Purchase This $150.00 Four-Piece Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Sale Price Tib $4«.00 Dresser This $40.08 Bed $24.75 TWs $40.00 Chiffonier $24.75 This $30.00 Dressing Table ' OO $34.75 $2».7S The', materials used are of the highest quality and the workmanship and contraction are of the best. 411 (our pieces are exactly as illustrated with large French plate mirrors. $175 Four-Piece Genuine Walnut Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Price . 00 This ?»0.00 Dresser This 145.00 Chiffonier .... This $45.00 Bed $34.50 $29.50 . $39.50 This $35.00 Dressing Table $35.50 Four pieces exactly as pictured. The drawers slide easily, the mirrors are large and tastefully designed, and the entire suite Is very substantially built. This $150 four-Piece William Mary Quarter Sawed Oak Dining Room QCV_5C Suite, Anniversary Sale Price ^^ This $52.50 extra large Bufiet .__--'. $36.75 This $40.00 extra large China Closet $26.50 This $37.50 extra large Extension Table.... $23.50 This $20.00 Serving Table __. ^ $12.75 Chairs to match this Suite can be purchased extra. - · This $220.00 Four-Piece Queen Anne Room Suite, American Wai- nut, Anniversary Price ThJs $90.00 Buffet _____^_ This $60.00 Ckina Clonet _-__ This $45.00 Extension Table Thfa $25.00 Server __; L__ . $54.50 . $40.00 $2».51 $15.75 Chairs to 'natch can be purchased separately. Save from 10% to 35% on that Baby Carriage! Anniversary Sale prices prevail on our complete line of new Spring Carriages--the. kind that -will insure Baby an enjoyable outing and a comfortable, .healthy ride. They're made of genuine reed and are very substantially built. The .construction IB of the very best and every Carriage is backed up by the Aaron "satisfaction guarantee." This $24.75 Genuine Reed Carriage, Anniversary Sale Only «Plt7.75 . Very substantially built with the very best spring construe- · tion. Has full roll top and full roll body. Be sure to see this value. · - Stove Department--Basement Every stove and range in our stock is included in this Sale at reductions of from 10% to 35%. And when you consider that our Stove Department is the largest in Southwestern Pennsylvania, giving you the widest possible range of choice at an equally wide range of prices--this Anniversary Sale Announcement should prove mighty interesting indeed. . . Whether you want a cooker or a baker, a gas, coal or combination range--you will find here the 'styles and designs that will meet your requirements exactly.. We are exclusive Connellsville agents foBrathe well- known New Process Gas Range and the Universal Combination Gas and Coal Ranges--famous for their baking, , cooking and fuel saving features. SIMPLEX 'UNIVEftSAt Entire Second Floor Prices of Two Years Ago Prevail on Floor Coverings · . Right n(iw. at Aaron's you can buy the better grades of Rugs, Carpets and, Lin- oleums at.'practically the same prices that prevailed two years ago. Because we placed our contracts for these floor coverings over. 6 months ago;--and now you can enjoy the additional 10% : to 35% savings .that prevails during our Birthday celebration. And when you consider that our entire Second Floor is devoted to Floor Coverings of all kinds--giving you.the largest variety, the newest patterns and the latest styles in Southwestern. Pennsylvania to choose from--you can readily realize that this is-an opportunity you can't well afford to miss. . : - Juit a few of the Anniversary Sale Offerings: $18.00 9x12 Seamless Woolen d»1 A r?r Fibre Hup, Sale Price _,,... «P-t"« ·'«* $25.00 9x12 Wool-Face Seamless Tapestry Sale Price Bug, d»-f O -tpi-O» S33.50 9x12 Hlgli Grade Wool-Face Seamless .Tapestry Brmssells ' fi?O/| FA Bug, Sale Price ; .«J)u~l; t)U $37.50 9x12 Seamless Auminster Rng--Par- lor, Library and Bed Boom (JJOQ '7R $5540 9x13 Whitt*ll's high grade Body Bras- sells Rug, Amdyersary Sale Price .. ______ ^ _____ : __ ,, Patterns, Sale Price . $45.00 $11.50 This $19.50 Bed Anniversary Price This bed is brass satin finish French metal-^posts 2 in., 58 in. high, fillers 3-4 inch. Sale of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds- Bought From the Receiver. , We were fortunate to buy these beds at ridiculously low prices from the Receiver of the ' "Pittsburg-Hickson Co."--that's why we're able to offer them'to you during this Anniversary Sale period at lower prices than their present wholesale costs would be. · This $16.00 Bed Anniversary Sale Price « This bed is made from steel and finished in ivory enamel, oxidized . or . brass satin.finish. Posts-are 2 in; continuous. $24.50 Tin's $39.50 Bed Anniversary: Sale Price This bed is made from steel square tubing, enameled in oak, mahogany and walnut. $19.75 This $37-50 Bed Anniversary Sale Price This bed is brass satin finish French metal--posts 2 in., 58 in. high, fillers 1 1-4 inch--extra large rod ends and post mounts. This $29.50 Bed fl»-| Q Anniversary Sale Price «P Jt «/· This bed is brass satin finish.' -French"-"metal--posts 2 in. l n diameter, fillers l"iiC" :/ Dunbar. DUNBAK, April' IJ-- Miss. Ada Reiner of Morgantown, s-pent Sunday here from Washington,: D: C., In uniform, and- expects spon to be called to carnp. . * -· : . . .. Miss Nellie WoodnJancy sp^Qt · a . Misses Ella, and Jean Wishart of Fittsburc. spent Easter Sunday here with relatives. ,Warne Parker, who spent the past . few ''days .here with his parents, Mr.- and Mrs. F. E. Parker, left* Saturday light for Camp I*e. * Mr. and Mis. J. H. Bair of Alverton. Isent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. port,, arc .spending, a.-few. days* here with-frienite: .· D. C. Eason for wall pa-pcr.--Axtv.-- 26mar2Tt . ' |Mr. Walker Resnolds and family o f ) HiioaloM^ii, v£slted home Easter. . j ·O."!*-' R^rnolds was at Uniontown [alcerbi FU INIHS MB IM.lt Dawson. is spending a it-/at Cnattahobga; Tenn..' j Trr them tax .DA-WSON, April 1.--At a recent meeting of the Woman's Work Society of the Presbyterian church the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. R. B.-Howell; vice president, Mra.. Clarence 'McGill; secretary, Mrs. John Landymore; treasurer, Mrs. Martin Heoklinger. Mr: and Mrs. Charles Good and daughter Tetessa, spent Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Martin Hasson of Connellsville. . . I Francis McDermott of McKeesport | spenC, Sunday with friends and re la-! i lives.- . . . ' . . ... ' f I I .Mrs. Arthur Pieldsbn. was calling on I j Connellsville friends Saturday. i j- : ; .Mrs/'Emiiy McGill,-is -'.visiting .her daughter,.Mrs. James'Surst of 'Scott- dale.-'-.'..·-.-;. ,\-... : .-- .··;"-.' ;'·'- , -...'· .· .-. .Mr«; James Cociran ofiCoimiuisvine was the guest of friends Saturday. Mrs. A. J. Manning was a Pitte- ·burg visitor Saturday. . Miss Marie Jones of Glassport is visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Mary Loucks of Scottdalis was a recent guest of Mrs. CharJes JtcGill of North Dawson. Mra. Helen Rue o£ Pittsburg spent Sunday, with her mother, Mrs. Mary French, East Liberty. Lester Shallenberger of O^vensdale was calling on Iriends Saturday. Airs. Edgar Seamons has returned to her home in Uniontown after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. ann Mrs. John H. Short. .Mrs... A. Rushton is home from a few days' visit with friends; in McKees Rocks. . TVlo to Patronize. Merchants who advertise their gbod rh« Dally Courier. WEALTHY CONNELLSVIU.E WIDOW WOULD MA! Rf AGAIN "Now that my stomach trouble lias all disappeared since talking- a course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I would even consider getting married" again. I cannot tell you how terribly I suffered before taking this great remedy." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes th e ca- tarrbal mucus from the intestinal tract and 'allays the inflammation which causes practically- all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, includ-- ing appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. A. A. Clarke.--adv. spent over Sunday here with friends, j A. W. Nicholson of Dickerson Run H, C. .Hoover and Miss Duella Rite- spent-over Sunday 'witlrhis family at nour. spent over Sunday the guests of jMill Run. · Miss Riteno^ir's parents, Mr and Mrs. Miss-Geneva Cole of Leisenring and ° n N o l v i n e - . M^ TM* Mrs. WHiam -Cole of PiS- r"*o- v Mrs. Indian Creefc. ^ INDIAN CREEK, Aprii-i:--Mr. and Mrs. George 'Waroick of Connellsrille rd Tiger of Connellsville j spent over Sunday here with her par] ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Moore. i Russell Woodmancy spent Saturday | night with Conneilsville-,friends. ; Lester Barry of Ha7.!ewood spent! over Sunday among Mill Run Friends, i Charles P. Neweil of Mil) Run is j transacting business in Connellsville and Uniontown today. . William Tedrow is a business call- | er in Connellsville,. ; George Craig of. Monessen spent a j few days among Roaring Run Iriends.' 'Haze Fullem of Normalville is .trans- : acting TjuBineas in, .ConneUsyille; J Marshall McCoy of Mill. Hun is a i (business caller in Connellsville and-j UnioatowD. burg are spending today .here among friends. : . . .

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