The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 8, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 8, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, MAY S, 191S. THE DAHjy COURIER, CONNELI.SVILLE. PA. PAGE THREES NEWS OF THE DAY i AT ML PLEASANT ; BRIEFLY RELATED | fine Concert Given by In-| stitnte Choral and Or- I chestral Clubs. i PROCEEDS FOR THE RED CROSS 1 itVell Known People Participate and Most Interesting Program is Rendered Before Audience Which Pucks the Opera House to Its Capacity. Special to The Courier. ' MOUNT PLEASANT. May S--A con- 1 cert was given by the Institute Oho- ' .ral and Orchestra clubs uader the' direction, of Miss Elisabeth Jones and Prof. J, Hunter G-ambles, with Miss Mina E. Trickey, accompanist, in the Grand opera hou-^e last evening for the local Bed Cross chapter. The following program ^as carried out: Orchestra; sonj^s, "The Lass With the Delicate Air" an^d "Nymphes et Sylvain," Miss Jones; "Pilgrims' Chorus," mixed ' chorus; "Tuscan Folk pongs, the Misses Francis and Rose;- riolin solo, Protes-sor Gambles; read- Ing, Miss Mary Madden; serenade, Professor Gambit s, accompanied by the orditssCra; "The Rosary," Misses Ora and Xarie Detwiler; "Keep the Home Fires Burning," mixed chorus; cornet solo, "William McMurray; selections, orchesini; "Recessional," mixed chorus; patriotic song,"Virginia Harper; reading. Mary Madden; song, "Wlieu We Grow Up Some Day," Charlotte Muliiu aad Edwin Noss; patriotic dance, the Misses Barnhart, Cowan, Cort, M. Noss, V. Noss, Shaw, Shope and "Wfcite, In the chorus were Elsie Brinfeer, Elizabeth Clark, Marie Detwiler, Dor' « othy Foster, Edna Francis, Maude Glassburn, Sara J.-tokson, Norma Ke!. ler, Virgte Miller, Francis Null. Ada '. Overly, . Elizabeth Ramsay, Lillian i Ramsay. Beulah Riteuour, Myrtle Rose, Martha WilJunson, Anna Rum- baugn, Vida Shuiaur, Ora Detwiler, Pearl Graul. Sara Harden, Marguerite Harmon* Lucille arid Virginia No^s, Leona Rial. Hulda .aumbaugb. Bertha Springer, Edith W.lkinson, E. 2. Bungard, Stewart Dillon, F. J. Duncau, Robert Fox. Clyde Kubn, Byron Loar. *PauI Miller, D B. Null, Preston Robertson, Frank Sohi, David Wilson and Charles Zundvll tn the orchestra were Ruth Cunard. Nevada Fulmer. Viola Vetesk Marguerite K:rk, Alice Kobacker. O;al Long, Charlotte Milligan, Mane South. Bessie Swaru, Gilbert Clark, Harold Fioch. Kdn-in Honsberger, Sherman Neighley, Carl Ruder, Gomer Sinai I, John Host, Edward Shebal, S'eve Tokiich. Martin Gregor, Williara McMurray, Clyde Wiiiams, Wllmer Boyer and Lewi.s Brown. The affair was one of the best ever given by students of the Institute, and greatly appreciaLeti by the audience that packed the house. Shortly after th-e doors opened sianding room could not be had in the house. LET THIS CREAM CORE YOUR PIMPLES .For several weeks past A. A. Clarke has done a big business in selling Ho- kara, the skin healur that has won so many trieads ia Connellsvilie. It has been to heal not only al! minor skin trouble;,, such as pimples, blackheads, herpes, acne, scaly scalp, complexion blemishes, itching ftet, jil«s, etc., but alsi the worst sores, ulcers, or evea chronic eczema and salt rheum. There is yet to be found any form of wou:id or disease af- fectiug the skin or mucous membrane Uiat Hokara (iocs nuc help, and its action is so quick that those who try it are sitaply delighted -with it right from LV^e start. In spite of its unusual curative powers, the price is trilling. To convince every one of its mvrits, A. A. Clarke will sell a liberal-sized jar for 35c. And remember tha: if you do not think it does what it caims. you can get your money back. You certainly can afford to try it on this plan,--Adv. Dickerson Run. CICKKRSON RUN, .May 7.--Mrs. Jfcctard Sidow has returned home from Connellsville,' where she was called a few days ago to see her mother, Mrs. Bantisberry, who has been «ery ill. S. B. Patterson of Monaca, spent yesterday visiting Dawson friends. Mr. Patterson was formerly located here as signal tnainlainer for tiie Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad. "William Pay of Pittsburg, spent yesterday here visiting Mr. ajid Mrs. W. A. Gillespie. Harry L. Gillespie of the 321st Field ArtiHery, Battery B, of Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., left last evening over the Baltimore Ohio r.iilroad for Camp Gordon. He was ,;ivcn a farewell supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James. Beatty. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. R. r. \Viltrout and fam!4y of South Coruiell-sville wish* to thank their many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy rendered them during their bereavement, the illness and death of their infant child. Especially do they desire to thani :he Vst Penn em- ployes.--Adv. \0 ADVANCE PRICE / C H I L D R E N Should not be "dosed" lor colds--apply "ei- ternally"-- SAVE MONEY BY BUYING AT AARON'S Every day in the year Aaron's offers you Larger Values of exclusive, quality lines of Furniture, Rugs, ^arpsts, Stoves and Homefurnishings for Less Money than ordinary kinds cost in other stores. It's our immense four-store buying-power that makes it possible for us to secure special, rock-bottom prices from the manufacturers-that makes possible the immense values which we offer you every day in the year--that saves you money on every article that you purchase here. Connellsville's Reliable no And every article you purchase her matter what price you pay--is guaranteed at all times by the reliable, long-established Aaron organization to give complete satisfaction. You can also take advantage of our liberal charge account system which makes the matter of payments very easy. This Genuine Kultex JKorker There is positively no re;uson why you should deny yourself the comfort of appropriate summer furniture when chairs and rocker? splendidly constructed of fine fibre are obtainable at such very low prices. . J5 : Your Choice of Either Kalor Chair. Only i i.OO Note the inviting appearance of these chairs, which are etartly aa illustrated. An especially attractive design in fibre, durably made and finished in new brown and green shades Tbey are uphoistored in cretonne with loose seat cushions. Remarkable values. This Solid Oak 1'orrh Swing! Complete £0 AX viih Chains fPO.'ireJ' A l!i]ll four-foot, porrh = % i n g with nn easy reclining bach.. Exactly 'ike the illuslration with wide 2V- .nrh arms Durably finished and substantially constructed throughout, this porch swing vill give you savisfactory service tor years. Get Your Porch Ready Now to Enjoy Its Comforts This Summer This Three-Piece Genuine Kaltex Reed Suite only | Thp graceful dpsijrn of this suite is a work { roll seats and the inedadion wovon m Um bark pieces themselves \ appreciate the [jpruitj of finis worlauansbip thai makes this suite so desirable. nf an. Note the full Km von must srp the h and perfection o£ the ^^ ^^ ^P"W ^f^ ^mr jm ^^^^ Uentila ting PorchShades i tmtfRrfents. Aaron's is the ONLY Store in Connellsville where you can buy VUDOR Shades Prices Are as Follows: 5 H, wide liy 7 ft 6 in. Drop f ft, wide liy 7 ft. 6 in. Drop JJ.jO 7 ft, wide by 7 ft, 6 in. Prop $»..0 8 ft, -wide IIT 7 ft- G in- Drop $6.00 9 ft, -n-iric !} 7 ft. 6 in. Drop ._._ $7.25 10 ft. wide by 7 ft. C in. Drop 88-00 12 ft- wide by 7 ft. 6 in. T)rop _ flO.OO Porch Shades are the OM.Y Shades Made with a VENTILATOR. Exclusive Agents for the Famous amm ^^ -^f' A A ^»Q- S ^fe«I C l e a n a b l e Refrigerator p a C/ea/i China Disfi Wa£e rn Gwtnd Rapids, Mich, A Permanent Investment That Will Save Its Cost in Ice Alone It's false economy to buy a poorly constructed refrigerator--because it will not give satisfaction and will not last On the other hand, the Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator-which costs no mor? than the ordinary kinds--is properly built and will last, a l i f e t i m e . II's a permanent investment. Ten Walls Save Your Ice Not alone is the Leonard Cleanable made beuer--but it has ten insulated walls to keep the heat out and the oold in. It has a perfect circulation of air. That's why the Leonard Cleanable will cut down your ice bills. Come in and see Uie Tarioos models--priced upward from "r«:«-- Come in and see the Famous Waite Grass Rugs of Quality In former years. Grass Rugs meant "porch rugs"--and porch nigs only. But today you can see Grass Rugs in many rooms of high class dwellings and apartments as well as in various rooms in summer homes and cottages. Waite Grass Rugs are of unusual q u a l i t y . Tho raw material used in making these nigs is tough wire srass which is carefully cultivated and only the selected fibres are retained for manufacturing purposes. These fibres are spun i n t o a t w i n e and wound v.-ith two strands of yarn--instead of o n e - a s in other makes of Grass Rugs--during the s p i n n i n g process. That's why there is more wearing quality in a Waite Grass Rug t h a n any o t h e r made. We have (hom in m a n y different sizes-prices ranee from $4.110 to JI.uOO each. Window Shades In our Window Shade Department there are shades for every room in the house. Here you will find all sizes at prices that afford great savings over the "made-to-order" ' shades. Besides there is no delay in waiting until they are ready. Lace Curtains We are also showing a very complete line of Lace Curtains which we are offering at "before-the-war" prices. Your careful inspection invited.' Second Floor A Husband's Advice to Other Husbands! Save Your Wife Work This Way Througt the day most men are absent from home and little know of the many duties that wives must attend to. Housework at the best is j h a r d -- a n d kitchen work the hardest of all. But not when you have the Hoosier Cabinet in your kitclicn. It lets a woman sit down com- fo'-' ibly to prepare the It saves her miles of steps and hoii.'s of toil. It saves food by keeping flour sucnr, etc., in protected places and avoiding waste in measuring and m i x i n g . In countless ways the Hoosier pays its cost. Yet most of all. the Hoosier saves your wife's looks and strength. It prevents fatigue, and what is more precious than her health? All this, remember, for only a very small cost. Hoosier prices are low. As low as $26.50, according to style and equipment. Your money all back if yon are not delighted. A Special Value in Beds! This J/anre, Jla.sshe Iron l!ed. ouh Finished in vrtii'c- cnamol juvmp porcrhron. Has lioar.i 2 inrli cont 1 inch lillcrs. A vory hit; vnluo. i; t h e ap; nnoii.s post* This Four-Foot Fibre String Special at only "We -were able to secure a num- bpr of these swings, exactly ag pictured above, to qsll at this special price of $11.50. They are 4 feet wide and have non-rusting chains and are completely equipped ready for hanging. Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums--Buy them NOW! The Rug and Carpet m i l l s are being utilized to a great extent for the m a k i n g of government supplies, while Linoleum manufacturers find it almost impossible to secure the needed materials. So conditions are not very favorable. Due to foresightedness and our immense buying-power we are now able to offer you Rugs in all sizes, designs and colorings at prices that will save you at least L'5'[ to 40%. Come to our Second Floor and seo them. Special Values in Rugs Larger Than 9x12 Sizes. 11-3x12 S.eamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs .,, _ 10-(ixl3-(i Heaviest Grade Tapestry Brussels Kings ,, -. Seamless .75 n-3xl-- Seamless Axminster Rugs 10-6xi:{-fi Wliitfall Body .Brussels exdosive 5 designs _ . All Floor OovfrJnirs Ivaid Froe of Charge--By nn Expert This Chaise This is an all-ytar-round pipre thai ran be used ;ii your l i v i n g room sun parior or ou» on tho porch d u r i n g tlii* summer. I: is an extremely i-omfortablp piece of furniture. A ver bi^ value. The Four Big Aaron Stores ALWAYS Save You

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