The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 9, 1918 · Page 3
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April 9, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918. THE DALLY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THHKK. NEWSY NOTES TEL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ILL TOWN Twenty-Six Initiated Into | Daughters of Isabel 1 Lodge. · G. A. R. BAND CONCERT TONIGHT Good Program is Arranged By This Popular Organisation, to IIo Given in ScotUole Theatre; School Track Htet Mas Been Arranged; "otes. 9 Special to TUe Courier. SCOTTDALE, April 9.--The Daugi- tors of Isabel of this place held an initiation for a cla-is of 26 at the Reid hall on Sunday afternoon. One hundred and.thirty persons were present from BraiMock, MoKees Rocks, Latrobe, Derry, Grecnsburg. Connells- viilc and Mt. Pleasant. Miss Margaret Harrigan, the district deputy, of Con- j nellsviUe, was present. On the de-, gree team were Misses Margaret Fin- | iieny, Lulu Owen:-. Angela McC-ee, i i Katharine Finnerty and .Vlary Ark- j wright. " ; T,. E. Eiciicr. The funeral services for Lewis : Reeve Eicher were held yesterday af-' ternoon at his home at the corner o f : Homestead and Mulberry street. The Rev. J. E. Hutchinson preached the funeral service and interment foilow- ec in the Iccal cerortery. · Track Mee1 Arranged. There will be a crack meet for the ! giade championship of the Pittsburg | ltd Chestnut street schools. The i Ciestnut street school was to have j sarted its meet la.^t evening but this I was postponed on account of rain.' The meet will be under the direction ; o' the Y. M. C. A. The dashes will i tike place the first evening, the jump | t;e second, the baseball throw ihe ; t.ird, and the shot put and the high · jimp the next. T:ie Pittsburg street j ichool will follow :be next week with ' his same program. The events have ! een classed as follows: Those from : ;'."' to 80 pounds weight may try ;he .)0 yard dash, the standing broad ; llm-p,' the running broad jump and j 'the basetali throw; those from 81 to i J5 pounds may try the 75-yard dash, standing broad jucip. running broad ! ump and baseball throw; those from : 16 to 110 pounds the 100 yard dash, · itanding broad" jump, running broad ump. runnins; high jump and base- ; jail throw; from HI to 125 pounds, ' .00 yard dash, standing broad jump. . ·unning broad jump, running high , jump baseball throw, putting eight-: ,?ound s-bot: and the last class, t h e , iniimited class, may try the 100 yard j -lash, standing broad jump, running H'oad jump, running high jump, base- ' )all throw 'and putting eight pound ihot. C.. A. It. Kan.l Concert. The G. A. R. bam: of Scortdale will ;ive a band concer- in the Scottdale boatrc this evening.. This band us ne of tie best in Western Peansyl- ania and its i'ree concerts, given in be sum-roer in the Loucks park, are .Iways Smoked forward to by the OTvnspeople. The band must have support financially so its is giving :he concert this evening. An excellent program has been arranged. Among those taking part will be Miss Elizabeth Mae Broivc, soprano, and j Miss Pearl Keck, piano. Cvnnellsville. Xots. William Pollack of Jeannotte is visiting friends here. " j Mrs. Jane .Mulroy and Mrs. Ber- j nice McFarland and family have gone ! to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, wliere : they will join their husbands who : have been employed there for the past : 'Mght weeks. i .Miss Helen Anderson of Sharon is '· the. guest of Miss Susan Shirey. · j Miss Fannie Smith is visiting friends in Pittsburg. Martin Mulroy has gone to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, where he has accepted a position in the mills. Miss Sophie Coughenour of Connellsville spent the week end witn Miss Pearl TLomas. H. E. Lee h?s returned home from Buffalo, N. Y., where he spent some time on a business trip. .Miss. Eva Murphy spent the week in Pl-.ts.burg. Miss Almeade Shirey of the Memorial hospital, Mt. Pl.-asant, spent the week, end here. .M'.ss Elizabeth Roadman of Warren. Ohio, is visitinj; at her home at Alverton. IVilliam Shirey is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Tedrow at Warren, Ohio. Daniel Kelly of Josephine is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly CONNELLSVILIE GIRL COULDN'T STAND CLOTHES70 TOUCH HER "My father got me a bottle of J£\layr*s Wonderful Remedy for stomach trout-Ie and I am feeing so much bettar since taking it. .My stomach was so painful I couldn't stand raj- '· cloties to touch me." It is a simple. ] harmless preparation that, removes i the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation, which caust; practically all stomach, Hver and iniestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. A, A. Clarke.--Adv. , Ohiopyle. . Aprii 8.--J. A. Irwin of Piltsburs spent ovar Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marsh at the Irwin farm. Mr. and Mrs. S. R.iwe and baby have returned to their honie at Hunker after UVe p^ist weel; spent with Mr. and .Mrs. Harvey Moirison at Sugar Loaf. J. Jeffries and pisxer. Mrs. Camp( bell, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. RafTerty and son, Fred, raotore'l to O'niontown Sunday and spent the day. lUss j . MarfftMn« FAfferty accompanied them ). BUY A LIBERTY BOND In Their Name! In the name oC those who offered up their lives on the altar of service to country, let every one of us invest to the limit of our resources in Liberty Bonds. Let us not forget the horror with which we received the news of the sinking of the* Tuscania. Let us back up our feeling with action. Let us prove to Prussianism that, we mean to wipe it off the earth once and for all time and as quickly as possible. Buy Furniture, Rugs, Homefisrnishings Now at Aaron's Invest the 10% to 35% savings in Liberty Bonds. This $-17.50 G e n u i n e Quarter Satveil Oak Buffet, Anniversary Price ___ $29.50 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 fumed oak finish. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 SaTings of 10% to 35% on Leonard Refrigerators An economical, permanent investment that's what the .Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator is. It has ten insulated walls to keep the heat out and the cold in--has perfect air circulation. That's why it saves both ice and food. Anil they're all this year's models--a whole carload just arrived in time for our Anniversary Sale. This summer more than ever before you will want to save and conserve food--so let the Leonard Refrigerator help you. See this ?ir.00 Family K'IXK, -irtlto enamel lined keonnrd Refrigerator that we're fn rjr offer-in? at $7*19 10% to 35% Savings on all Baby Carriages This $24.75 Genuine 'Reed Carriage, Anniversary Sale _____________ $19.75 Very substantially limit with the . very best spring construction. Has full roll top and full roll body. Be sure to see this vaiue, Special Values in Extension Tables! , This $39.00 liunrtcr Sawed Piank Top .Extension Tahlo, A n n i vrrsary Sule Price $25.50 These tables were specially purchased for this Sale and r.t these prices ihey present remarkable values. This *27.50 Solid Oak Extension Table, 45 inch top space, Anniversary Sale Price $19.50 This $19.5U Solid Oak ti Ft, Extension Table wilh patent locking- device, Anniversary Sale __ $il50 Every ono of these rabies is made of p r n u i n r qiiar- ier Rawed cva.k--very substantially built. Sale of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought From the Receiver--Largest Values Ever Offered! ,$9.50 This $16.00 Bed Anniversary Sale Price This bed is made from stee! and finished in ivory enamel, oxidized or brass satin finish. Posts are 2 in. continuous. KefTuIar $2«.50 Bed p-g Q rjf? Anniversary Price... «j5_Lt/« C tj Kesri]Inr $55.00 Bed Anniversary Price... This $19.50 Bed Anniversary Price This bed is brass' satin finish French metal--posts 2 in., 5S in. high, fillers 3-4 inch. Itetrtilar $37.50 Bed Anniversary Price... Regular §85.00 Bed Anniversary Price... 4.50 Special for Kroehler National Sales Week! A Special Value! This $85.00 Three-Piece Kroehler Koday Living Room Suite. One of the new models. Anniversary Price .5O This g 18.00 Chiffonier, Anniversary Sale Price now $11.75 Has large, roomy dratrers and a full-size, heavy plate mirror, A beautiful design --making it very desirable for any bedroom. Finished in golden oak. Now is the Time to Buy Rugs! Because during ';his 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 ottered to YOU. $18.00 9x12 Seamless Fibre Sale Price _. «P-L\I. I 5 $25.00 9x12 Wool-Faced Seamless Tapestry Brussells Rug, fl»-f D n-PT Sale Price tP-LO. I D $37.50 9x12 Scamluss Axminster Rng--Parlor, Lib- $33.50 9x12 High Grnde rary and Bed Boom Patterns, Wool-Face Seamless Tapes- Sale Q*?Q 7F tr y Brussels Price tP_wO« « tJ Rug, Sale Price $55-00 !)xI2 TMiitlaE's high grade Body Brns- sells Eng, Anniversary Sale Price This $150 Four-Piece William Mary Quarter Sawed Oak Dining. Room QQ-J5C) Suite, Anniversary Sale Price ^^ This $52.50 extra large Buffet -- $36.75 This $-10.00 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 c:an be purchased extra. $175 Four-Piece Genuine Walnut 11 A.OO Bed Room Suite, Anniversary Price J. ·*·-' This $50.00 Dresser _ $84.50 .Tin's $45.00 Chiffonier $29.50 This S-45.00 Bed ..-.. $29.50 This $35.00 Dressing Table $25.50 Four pieces exactly as pictured. The drawers slide easily, the mirrors are large and tastefully designed, and the entire suite is very substantially built. See the New Kroehler Bed Davenports This $55 Kroehler Bed Davenport, Anniversary Sale Price Come in now and inspitt .lie M-W Kroehler Bud Davenport models that we're .showing anil oliVrir.u :n Special, iiinliiliiy ]rici?s. They otn- body all ihe newest iraprovcm.-jns---which niaitcs ihrm so m u c u ' m o r e desirable ihan ihe o]:l :.l-]^ lJav.-:iiurls. to her home at Unioniown after the! ter. l,eona. of Gleiiwood are the guests past two \vcebs spent with lier grand-; of friends here for a few days, parents here. i ... -Mrs. Thomas Seesc and Mrs. R. C. I T1?"V ATTTJ firj-ner left Saturday for ConneilsviUe i _ _ ,, * VMJXS ' to visit relatives'for a few days. CLASSIFIED ADLETS. Mr--.. Edith Shoemaker and dau^h- I 1C A WORD. For Sale SAND t i Call M. Dusrgan at Columbia ? i l Hotel, West Side. ' K ( M l SAI.l-'.. jfid clean, sn;trp h u i l d i n i r SHtnl. ;i!*" n i O i j l d i t l K .s.-ind. Bank First .Hin'el, We.sl S:-t]e. Tri- Slalc- 533. i:VlaS. H. B.VLS1.EY. 11! ( Xorth KirFl stn?cu West Side. Connellsvill*. I'a. lorner's | Qothing | ;-.oooorxxxxxsocxxxsooooQ J. B. KURT2L I NOTARY PU8UO JO 6 AND REAL E«TAT».- II South Meadew

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