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FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 19lo. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLS'VT.LLE, PA. PAGE THREE.' FIVE MEN INJURED WHEN SPEEDER HITS BOULDER ON TRACK HTÂ« Others, IVho Remain fn the 3la- chine, on V/estern Maryland Road, Kscape Unhurt. Special to The Courier. MEYERSDA1E, April 5 .--"What might fcave resulted in, a more serious accident occurred: Wednesday evening at 5.30 o'clock on the Western ilary- 'land. Hail-way, three miles -west of Garreft, when a speeder, upon which. 10 section men "were return ins to their homes in.Meyersdale, struck a rock "which 'had roiled cftuo the track, derailing the car. Five oÂ£ the men jumjped when the speeder loft the rails and were -pretty ibadVy injured, their injuries consisting of severe sprains, bruises and contusions. The men. Tv-ho left -thÂ« car Tvere William TressZer, Carl Dauherty, Jauk Darrah, Brent Henry and Henr? Smith. Those who remained on the car and escaped injury .were Foreman J. "\V. Long, John Lint. Harry Albright, Irven J. Fuller and Harry Stall I. The men retuined to .MeyersdaLe 0:1 an extra engine and gaboose and the injured were attended by Drs. C. LÂ». Large and Bruch Lichiy. Ail the mn reside in Meyeradale and compose an extra section gang who aree engaged in doing special repair work between this-place and ConnelisviUe. Mr. and trs. Robert Jorftm have, returned to their home in Connellsville after a visit here with the latter's parents, }Lr, and ilrs. John AVi- land, George Stein and daughter, Miss ' Anna, of 'Somerset, are visiting at the : home of the former's parents. Mr. and | Sirs, John Stein. Mr. Stein has been sick and confined to his bed for the past week.- -. ,.- . . .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and Caroily are home from Levels, W. Yju, where they visited Mrs. Phillips' relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William WHan'd, who spent a week here visiting relatives, have returned to their home .n Kingwood, W. Va. FORBORE THROAT, COLD ON CHEST iLNtarine SabduPM the Tnflnnimat.lon Â»nd Cawe* the- Sorenc** (Quicker Than Anything Ebie ' on Karth. Fay o n l y 25' cents and p*t a hlg box of Bevy's Mu^tarjne w h i c h ia ihc original substituta-for the old-fashioned mustard plaster and is made of strong .real, yellow mustard--no substitutes arc used. . j It's known as the quickest p;Jn k i l l e r j on earth, for in hundreds of instances : it stops haadache, neuralgia, toothache. ' earache and backache in 5 minutes. | It*s a sure, speedy rem-ty--none \ better for bronchitis, pleurisy, lumba- I CO. and to draw the inflammation from j your sore feet there is n o t h i n g so Rood. You get real action w i t h Mu marine-it goes after pain and kills it ripht off the reel. Yes, it burns, but it won't blister--it doesn't qrive aironizinp pain i a slap on the wrist. It does ;cive it a Â· Kood. healthy punch in the j a w -- i t ! kills pain.---Adv. t Prittstown. April 5.--Mr. and j Miv. . Â· Mardis, daughter Alice, j am! ;iiur, and -Miss Gnice Mar- ! dis? ^. ... Suaday with their grand-! ixmjnts. Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Ohrist- ner at Stauffer. , Mrs. Abram Ridenour and daughter Beulah, spent Friday in PLttsburg, shopping and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs, Clark Ridenour and daughter Helen are sivending -he ^eek at Cumberland, Aid,, with the family of their daughter, Mrs. Georg'- Morris. Mrs. John Ixtughrey and daughter Kaiherine, of Uniontown, w-;re here Saturday and Sunday with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. D. \V. Bifner. Mr. and; Mrs. John Truxal. motored to Jones Mills and Laurelvilli; Sunday and spent a few hours -with. Criends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mardis and family were here over Sunday "with their parents, Mr. and Airs. Thomas Mardis. Lafayette Brothers moved bis .family here from Laurelville Monday and will occupy a house of the Xswcomer Coal 'and Coke company. Charlotte Milligan rturni-d home Tuesday from a 10 day visit at Mc- Ketr*^Krt and PUtsLurg. Mr. and ^Irs. J. L. Freed ar.d family spent Sunday a.t Penasville with friends. Adain Ridenour has his nw coal mine in operation and he shipped his first car of. coal on Wednesflay. Joseph Berg the first former in our vicinity to sow oats. Perryopolis. PKRRY.OPOLIS, April, 5.--Miss M. J. Fretts was a'Pittstburg caller Monday. Mrs. Shaffer and Charles, "Robert and Kelly Shaffer were Cpnnellsvilla callers Monday. S. X. Galley was a business caller ia Pittsburg Monday. Miss Mae Gillen of Elizabeth, is visiting relatives here. ; N Mrs. Fisher Dunham of Star Junction was in town Â· Tuesday. Mrs, Pleasant Hall and Helen and Charles Hall were Connsllsrillo call- ! ers Monday. . . j Miss Anna. Duff and George Riffle [ are on the sick list. Daws on. Wanted--Girls to 'train a nurses !n the new Ohio Valley Hospital, Steuncnville. Ohio. No 1 scrubbing or cleaning. Give a three year's thorough course of training. Have a .nurses' home with all conveniences. --Adv.--J-2t. C A T A R R H For!iÂ«dorttroat ,j Catarrh try the i Convenient Credit, If desired. Inr^ Goods held for future delivery. if ever, is the time, when QUALITY plays a most prominent part in true economy-- especially in the "buying of Furniture and Homefurnishings. Because these are the things that must have enduring worth in order to give permanent satisfaction. And that's why this Anniversary Sale is of utmost importance to you. Because it gives you the opportunity to buy reliable, quality Aaron furniture, rugs, carpets, stoves, and homefurnishings at savings ranging from 10% to 35% It's the medium through which you can reduce living costs -- a most timely help in waging your battles against rising prices. Because during this Birthday Celebration we're offering better and bigger values than ever before-- offering 'quality merchandise at tremendous savings-- savings you can't afford to miss. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Save at Least 10% to 35% on Every Your Choice of Either $18 Dresser or "i "1.75 Chiffonier, Anniversary Sale Price Â· * Large roomy drawer?, full-sized plate mirrors and a beautiful desfpn combine to mal:e eitter of thcso pieces Terr desirable for the bedroom. Finished in Golden Oik. This $47J0 fienninc Quarter Sawed Oak Buffet, Anniversary $29.50 A very high srade Buffet ovfiry Inch oT whl'-h in mad'? of genuine quarter- sawed oak. It 1? dust proof, very highly polished in a beautiful golden oat finish. Tbis $37.50 Porceliron Top Kitchen Cabinet. Anniversary Sale Price __ Every woman will be delighted with the PoTceliron Table top. Just think of it--n table tiat cannot absorb jp-ease or dirt; that is thoroughly clean even though judged by the most rigid standards. 10% to 35% Savings on all Baby Carriages This $Â£.4.75. Genuine Reed Carriage? Anniversary Sale Price Q1Q 7J=; Â· O n l y ::.. Â«PÂ±Â«7. 4 3 \ry substantially huilt with the very best spring construction. Has full roll top and lull roll body. Be sure to see this value. p= 7 i ... u... ij ;i /' If--, '[ r This $150.00 Four-Piece Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Sale Price This SiO.OO Dresser TJiis 840.00 Bed' $24.75 This $40.00 Chiffonier $24.75 This- ?.'JO.OO Dressing Table $24.75 $20.75 The materials used arc of the highest quality and the workmanship and construction are of tho best. All four pieces are exactly as Illustrated with large French plate mlrrorR. This $2.7o Quarter Sawed Oak Itox So.at Diner. Anniversary SaJe I'rice An exceptionally large value that you can't afford to miss. ! This $150 Four-Piece William Mary Quarter ! Sawed OaK Dining Room | Suite, Anniversary Sale Price | This $52.50 extra large Biinet $36.75 This $40.00 extra larjre China Closet $26.50 This $37.50 extra large Extension Table...... $23.50 This $20.00 Scrvrair Table $12.75 Chairs to match this Suite can bo purchased extra. Don't Miss This Opportunity! The entire Second Floor is devoted exclusively to Floor Coverings of all kinds--giving you the largest variety, newest patterns and latest styles to choose from Â· And during this Anniversary S;ile Period you can. buy ..the high quality Aaron Rugs. Gargets and Linoleums at practically tie same prices that prevailed, two years ago-that's why you can't afford to miss tliis opportunity. Come and See These Values! SBIS.OO 9x12 Seamless Fibre si n 7^ Â·Sale Price ....... Â«PJLU. I O $37.50 3x12 Seamless Ax- minst*r Kug--Parlor, 1/ib- rary and Bed Room Patterns, Sale Price 825.00 !lx!2 Wool-Faced. Seamless Tapestry JJrussells Ku S , Â· Sale Price _ $18.75: $33.50 9x12 Hifh Grade Wool-Face SeaJiiless Tapestry Brussels Wug, Sale Price $55-00 9x12 Whittall's high grade Body Bros- sells Rug, Anniversary Sale Price Sale of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought From the Receiver--Largest Values Ever Offered! $9.50 This $18.00 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. Begnlar $26.50 Bed (jÂ»-J Q Anniversary Price... Â«P-LÂ«7 Kegular $55.00 Bed Annlversarj- Price... This $19.50 Wed (JÂ»-i -j r A Anniversary Trite tpJL_LÂ»OU Â· Tliis bed is brass satin finish. French metal--posts 2 in., 58 in. liigh, fillers 3-4 inch. Kegitlar $37.5fl-Bed "Anniversary Price... Regular $85.00 Bed flÂ»y| rj Â£ f\ Anniversary I'riet'... VTC J Â«t)U $25.5.0 This $39.00 Qnarter -Sawed -Oak Plank Top Extension Table, Anniversary Sale Price ..: This table was especially, purchased--for the Anniversary Sale and.'at the price-offered it's .nn exceptional -value. -Made--oC genuine quarter, sawed Â· oak- throughout, carefully, selected -for us fine-grain: Savings of 10% to 35% on Leonard Refrigerators And they're all this year's models r-r-a whole carload just arrived in time for our Anniversary Sale. . - - Â· TWs .summer more .than -ever-be- fbreyflu Will want t.o save and con- serve food--so let the Leonard Refrigerator-help you. . . . See tiie $15.00 Family sixe, white enamel lined Leonard He- frigeratnr that ve're fl?Q 7^ .offering at ..... tPÂ«/Â« Â· " '. C jrae-in now--enjoy these'savings --"deliyerj- can Be made'later oti. Â· ' ONE PIECE-PORCELAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS Library This 320.0U Fumed Quarter Sawed Oak Table, Annivcr- sary Sale Price ..... l--QV'PP*d wiiu 'ijook-unds. Table mpasures Mx42 .iiiebes. ' A vpry Jarge . . value at tins price.