The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 8, 1918 · Page 3
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April 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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MONTJAY, APKEL 3,1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE,. PA. PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Red' Cross Is Beorganized for the Ensuing 12 months. FATHER LAMBING RE-ELECTED V A»ul CoBTentten of (he Swtjdale Sinter School District to be Held Smdmy Aftenoon; Howard Bum- Hj ud Lewto B. Htk« Me; Xote*. Sneciil to The Courlw. ' SCOTTDALE, April 8.--The 13th ikiimULi convention of the Scottdale Sunday school district. No. 7, will be held next Sunday afternoon and eve- ·ning at" the Chnrch ot God at Alverton. The afternoon service will open with song service by Jacob Kooser. ' The following program will be' carried out for the afternoon: Prayer Kev. H. R.. Lobb;. address, "Putting First Things First," Mrs. John Blade, assistant county elementary teacher; address, "The Back Door of the Bible Clans." Rev. H. E. Shade, county O. A. B. C. superintendent; music; offering; address. "Teacher. Training." ' Prof. R. M. Steele, Latrobe district T. ·T. superintendent.; roll call of schools; recognition of Sunday school Veterans; open parliament, subject, *The Home Department," with Presi- lent John C. Silsley, leader; business lession; installation of-officers; adjournment and closes -with a super- htendents*. and workers' conference. . The 'evening session is as follows: Dpening of session at 7.30 with "The patriotic service, in charge of Jacob ; Kooser; prayer. Rev. Hamilton; ad.'dress, "Some C's in Sunday School Work." Prof. Robert C. Shaw.' county secondary division superintendent; inusic; offering; recognition o! county and district visiting officers; address, ' fThe" Sunday School Goat" John C. .Silsley: presentation ' of tlie" Greensburg Daily Record subscriptions; "Closing Moments and Back to "Work." | UeI Cross Keorganiies. i Despite the -weather conditions yesterday inany attended the R«d 'Cross meeting at the'Scotidale thea- '_tre. While the; audience was lacking ';ta numbers it -made '.up in rntnnsiaan_ ;Rbbert Skemp, addressed the meeting :on "Liberty Bonds," and this was fol- ' lowed by a talk by Dr. T. E. Runk. jpastor of the United Brethren church. .James Keegan gave a short talk on the Red Cross. Father Lambing, who presided, opened the meeting with a short talk. Slusic was furnished by'j the Monday Musical club, 2nd. a votej · of thanks was given them by the and- · vience. The following officers were .re-elected: President. Rev. M.~ A. jiLambiag; first.Vice president, .Mrs. G. j B. Huttlemeir; second.vice president, Mrs. Ben MUler; secretary, Miss Kate FJn'nerty; -' treasurer. .- Robert Percy. A rising vote of thanks' was tendered i these officers who served during the ; put year. · 1 Howard 11 ambry. "Word was received here yesterday · ot the death of Harold Hambry, formerly of ti-is place,, at "Wilkinsburg. ' from 'pneumonia. He- died in, . St. ;" Margaret's hospital on Sa.turday eve. ning. Mr. Hambry was a. brother of J. T. Hambry of this .place; He leaves a wife, who was formerly Miss Minnie BUcler of Everson. and two children. The funeral service will be held at his late home in "Wilkinsburg .Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Interment will . b e at Scottdale Tuesday .. afternoon .following tne arrival of the.2.40 Penn{ sylvania train', in charge of Mur Jhy Company. lewis R. Elchcr. Lewis Reeve Eicher, aged 58 years, died Friday evening* at his Homestead J and Mulberry street .home. Funeral j services · will be held this .iftemoon and interment will be mafie in the Scbttdale cemetery. · Goes to S«I(Hers' Home. Joe Cramer and TV. T. Martz left on Friday with George Cramer for the Soldiers' Home at Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Cramer is .a well known Civil War veteran, and has become aii Invalid and thought that he would like to be wltn "the .boys." Personal. - Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eeiber of. Market street are the proud parents of a daughter born at their home on Fri- dar- -.' ' · ' · . 'Announcement has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. .Walter F. Martz of Oakmont V TfUSSlH IfSIARD P1MRS! Musterole Works Easier. Quicker i . and Without the Bister . There'! no 1 acme in roiling a men cf mneUrd, fiouc and voter irten yon czd eaioly relieve pain, soreness or stiSoesa mth a little dcan^.irbite Musterole. Mniercte i made of pare oil of mustard, and other helpful ingredients, com* bioed in the-form of the present white cwUnent. It takes the place of out-of- date mustard plasters, and will sot bjister. Mmteroia usually gives prompt relief from ton tbroat; bronchitis, tcoailitu, croopiStiaDeci, asthma, aenralgia, head- ncbe. coneejtkm, pleuriqr, rheomatisni, |umbBio,pBia* ina ache* oftbe backer joints, spraiM, sore, mode*, Icaiaea, cha- bUir*. hotted feet; cold* of OK cheat riterftenpreroitapoeunionia). 1 30c andeOc jus; y? i i « v Back Up the Nation That Is Back of These Liberty Bonds The total resources of tils great nation are back of its Liberty Bond issue and it is - up to every one of us to back our country to the . fullest extent. The least we can do in. this. great struggle for democracy is to invest in Liberty Bonds which will pay us a handsome dividend on our'investment in two ways. One in money, and the other' in the satisfaction that we'are true citizens in every sense and that.we are doing our share to bring about an early and lasting peace. Buy Furniture, Rugs, HomefurnishingsNo w at Aron's Invent the 10% to 35% savings in Liberty Bonds. This 947.50 Genuine Quarter Sawed Oak 'Buffet, Anniversary Price ',,___· A very high grade Buffet every inch of which is made of genuine quarter- sawed oak. It is dust proof, very highly polished in a beautiful golden oak finish. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Savings of 10% to 35% on Leonard Refrigerators And they're all .this year's models --a whole carload juet arrived in time for our Anniversary Sale. Thie summer more than ever before you will want to save and conserve food;--so let the Leonard Refrigerator help you. ' See this 815.00 Family size, iviiite enamel lined Leonard Refrigerator that we're offering at Come in now--enjoy these savings --delivery can be made later on. 10% to 35% Savings-oil, all Baby Carriages This $2i.75'Genu"neKReed Carriage,. Anniversary · Sale Price Only .. ... Very substantially bunt'with the very best spring construction. Has full roll topiand full roll body. Be sure tOJSee.this value,' . . . . Special Values in' Extension Tables! This $39.00 Quarter Sawed Plank Top Extension Table, Anniversary Sale ''C9P\'Fk/V Price .-L.: «P^iO«tJ\/ These tables were specially purchased for this Sale and at these prices.'they present remarkable values. This $£7.50 Solid Oak Extension Table, 45 inch top space, Anniversary Sale 0»1 Q Price·-_-_ tJJL«7.t This $19M Solid Oak 6 Ft. Extension Table with patent Inciting device, Anniversary Sale $12.50 Every one of these tables is made of genuine qu'ar- t*-f. --avtffri nak -- very sub- jtanmllj. bnflL . Sale of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought From Receiver--Largest Values Ever .Offered! .^ the $9.50 This S16.00 Bed Anrme/sary Sale Price This bed. is made from steel and finished in ivory enamel, oxidized or brass satin finish. Posts are 2 in. continuous. Regular $26.50 Bed Anniversary Brice_ Regular $55.00 Bed fl? Anniversary Price_ $11.50 nf » I tJ. This $19-50 Bed Anniversary Price -· This bed is brass satin, finish, French metal--posts .2 in., 58 in. high, fillers.3-4 inch. Regular $37.50 Bed Anniversary Price... Regular $85.00 Bed A n. Anniversary Price.. tP 1 * · . Special'for Kroehler National Sales Week! This $85.00 Three-Piece Kroehler Kodav Living Room Suite. One of the new models. Anniversary Price A genuine. Kroehler Kodav that opens into a full size bed--giving you a fine appearing piece of living-room furniture hj- day and a complete bed by night. Made of genuine quarter sawed oak in a rich fumed oak color. Upholstered in the very best grade of'imitation leather. This is'one of the new mode l s jufit received. : ' ' " * " . ' ( ' A Special Value! TJiis $18.00 Chiffonier; Anniversary Sale Price now $11.75 Has large, roomy drawers and a full-size, heavy plate mirror.i A beautiful design --making it "very- desirable .for-any bedroom. Finished in golden oak. Now is the Time to Buy Rugs! Because during this Anniversary Sale Period you can buy the high quality Aaron Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums at. practically the same prices that prevailed two years ago. Don't wait--come in now--values like these will never again be offered to you. ' . · $1S.,00 9x12 Seamless Mire Bug, fl»-| A ITC Sale Price «P-LU» I O $37.50 9x12 SeanUess Axminster Rug--Parlor, Library and Bed Boom Patterns', Sale £*Q r Price . «PwO« i S25.00 9x12 Wool-Fa«ed Seamless Tapestry Brussells Bug, ' Q T Q TP» Sale Price tp-«-C)i«O $88.50 9x12 .High. Grade .Wool-face Seamless · Tapes-, try BmsseLs Rug, Sale Price i $55-00 0x12 lYliWaU's high grade Body Brussells Bug, Anniversary Sale Price . .. ihis $150 four-Piece William 4 Mary Quarter Sawed Oak .(lining Room QQ.5O Suite, Anniversary Sale Price ^ ^ This $52i50 extra large Buffet....... 836.75' This $10.00 extra large China Closet $26^0 This $37^0 extra large Extension Table.;... $2,1.50 This S20.00 Serving Table .._!,_.: ...___._ g!2.75 Chairs to match this Suite can be ^purchased extra. S175 Four-Piece Genuine Walnut 11 Q.__ Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Price « *. ····· This $50.00 Dresser $84.50 ^This $45.00 Chiffonier $29.50 This $45.00 Bed - $29.50 / This $35.00 Dressing Table -- $25.50 Fcmr pieces exac1.lv as pictured. The drawers .slide easily, the nirrora are large and .tastefully designed, and the entire suite is very vabstanUally built. - See the New Kroehler Bed Davenports This $55 Kroehler Ikd Davenport, Anniversary Sale Price Come in now and inspect the new Kroehler Bed Davenport models that we're shewing and offering ai Special Eirthflqy prices. They embody all the uowest improvcmenls--wliich makes -them so much more desirable Uian'lhe old style Davenports. IMV toAcvt viia ' «^,ti"irtaErii ·UlioiiD musm m* ·rW. ioraer's Gotiiiag, BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes ncvspap«i can succeec! wilh. out advertising, therefore we Solicit the patronage of our readers ·I ;*~j" v ''~ v ."-' ·£"--- ;--- for those who by their advertising _ .-: Inalgestiqn. Druggists help to make this paper possible. a,nd Mill no K«llo»r« In ·OLD JUT KMMMGI3T*. l Pont Jf dciiwA-- Pric* tl, or 3 battl«Kf333.

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