The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 16, 1918 · Page 3
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May 16, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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:TETJRSHA3:,.MAY-16,.191S.. TfHE DAILY COURIER,. G'ONNJiLLSVILLE. PA. E.GE THREE. .;. NEWSY NOTES TEtL; IN THE MILL TOWN Otterbeln Guild Arranges Concert for : ihe Benefit., of Missions.' "-- ."· TYRONE PRINCIPAL RE-ELECTED Sectifeie Smrlags * Irast Corajmiiy Beeches Bonds i Tklrd _libcrtj- ; L«u aad 1V1U. Distribute Them at Once; Subscription Was $15,000. . , _Sp«cJai to The Courier. -- - SCOtTTkALE, jfay 16.--(The" Otter-j -tein Guild -ol the United .-Brethren' church will give a benefit concert, the | proceeds to pro for missions in the'j United Brethren .church, this evening | at 8 o'clock. The following program has been.arranged: -"Star Spangled 1 Banner," Mrs." E? F. 'Gr'an'tham';" "open j chorus, "A-w»y to the Woods," choir; solo, "Creole Love Song," Mrs. Homer ! Graft: vocal duct, "Home to Our Mountains," Elraer Morrow; and Laverne Keslar; quartet, "Don't You Cry, Ma Hoaty," Lex Porter; Luther Brown, Arthur TJcIntyre and Elmer Morrow; violin duet, "Symphonic," John .Merritt.and Lyle Stoner;. soles "When the ' Red DaTrn is Shining," Lex Porter; reading. Bva Kitten-, house; solo, ''"Macusiila," Luther Brown; "vocal olo, "A'. Dream/' La Verne Keslar; chorus, ".Mighty. Lak a Rose," choir; solo, "Baby's Prayer at.] Twilight," Elmer Morrow; selection,: Otterbein. Guild; Quartet and . solo. Mrs. Grantham. " ' | BBer Re-elect**. The school board o[ Opper Tyrone township hold a meeting and continued to keep Prof. Baer of Alverton as superintenden shrdl -W sh'rfll cmf j as supervising principal Tor another- year, and put off the election of teach- have'to repair anoiher room at South Everson for nse. as a school room next winter. It was also decided.to.install six cauatine equipments;'two 'aOIc- Clure's aad four at Owensdale, these to he installed by the Sanitary Chemical Manufacturing company or ocoti- dale. ' ' · Bfljle Class Rally. The Men's Bible class, of the Methodist Episcopal- church *in hold 'a rally this evening at the'church. "Rov. H. S. Piper, a former pastor'of the" local church, but now of Pittsburg, will make the address, and light refreshments will be served at the close of the entertainment Parcel Post Sale. The L. C. B. .i. held z parcel post sale in the Temperance "hall here last evening. A good crowd' was present. Anniversary Service. The Jadjes ot the" w. C. T, U . - w i l l hold an 'anniversary meeting at" the home of Mrs. C. ~W. Stauffer, on Mar- : ket sti-eet on next Tuesday-evening I at "."la o'clock. In connection with this a Mothers' Day program has been ! arranged in charge of Mrs. J. E. Steel-smith: All charter members are requested to be present. . Third T.ran Bonils Rfoeivpil. The Scottdale Savings Trust com-' pany yesterday received its bonds of the Third Liberty IxJan. It is said this is the first institution in the cbun-, ty to receive the third .loan bonds, ·They are being distributed. The sum ot $150,000 was subscribed 'through' the trust company. . · Personal. ' Mrs. J. I. Dick is visiting her j daughter. Mrs. Leo Skemp at Benson, j 111. ' . . : . .J Eugene Luce, a student at StantonJ Military academy of Stanton, Va., is home for his vacation. MeyerscJale." . METERSDALE, May 15.--Mr.' anr- Mfs. Harvey E. Bittner ana Mrs'. Edgar Berkley recently motored to Bedford lor a few days' visit with relatives. · - : T '· · Miss Mary Darrah left Tuesday''for Baltimore, Md., where she ente,rs a hospital to go-in training for 1 s. nurse. Mrs.'Prank Smith oi Walsel, Qol.,-!s, here visiting her sister. Sirs. George Blake and other relatives and. friends. Before returning west she wjll.go-.to Uniontown to visit her sister, Mrs. L. Harvey Long. Mr. and Mrs.'Shannon Smith and two sons h'ave'.reUirned fa -tnelr home in Boswel] after' a'visit here at the hotne of Mrs. Emma Sibner.. · - - - ^ Miss Anna Bu'.termnre" of . Uniontown, was the guest -of-her.--friend. Miss Pauline Groff. several days during the week. " ' Mrs. · Emma Younkm has 'returned from Washington, D. C., where she spent the winter .with her daughter, ·Mrs. Charles Feruse.r. . .j .. .. - Mrs. "W. T. /RoTve and daughter,. Miss Stella, are home' from Frostburg, Md., where' they visited .relatives. . Mrs. John. Blake;" who spent the past six 'waeks with -relatives'-Jif "Washlngtonr fc C.7 "returned"home" Tuesday. ~"." - . ' · · -- ' - -·-'-. -; - Mrs.- D.- B.- Elriek'-h;is - returned to- ·her home to Hazelwood after a two weeks' visit here with relatives." ' ';", Born, to.,Mr. .and Mrs. Da-rid Spence,! Tuesday, May 14, a son. : " ' " ' j Bead the advertisements. * . j BEST FOR CATARRH, ! ASTHMA AND BRONCMlS; Obtain a small jar ot Farkola.JeHy ·· --all eood druggrists have it--rar.d a4_-.! low about one-quarter of a teaspoon* j tuV to slywiy melt, in.ynur mauth. J a i a few mlnutes--a--eehtle glow'will be ! felt a n d . all that hard. _choklnK, clog- · Slag m*tter ·will be easily coughed u p ) and exp*lled. A- -short but steady: . treatment 'for"a week b lO""day B 'will'! _ r l d you of distrusting- catarrh forever.~j Dcafn,ess Is often.-caused-by--catarHi' and sufferers are advised, to. insert a!. . snMiU piece'-OC · -ForkoUv Jelly' on a ; - pleca ot. absorbent cotton into the'ear.-5 Do thU at bedtime and see hivr a £ew i ' nlg-hU' treatme'nt win r-e-lleve you: -- f There's nothine that ivlll so quick'- · IT **l v « relief to catarrh scfferi-rs- as: Bacorn*3 Forkola Jeliy. Jfvery tlrus-j in this''country .guarantees it on · . it j * rrr -- : --r- r~. r-^r [7^ j: Larger value* for less money is Aaron's' specialty. The immense buying-power of the four -large-Aaron Stores enables u to secure special price concessions from manufacturers. And buying for less, it is quite natural then Jhat we can sell for 1-ess/ Caref u\ investigation and comparison invited. Connellsville's Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891. As we handle only reliable^exclusive lines of quality Homef urnishings and'Sbackrup every article we sell with a guarantee* of complete satisfaction--your interests are? at all times fully protected. You can,also$take advantage of our liberal, convenient charge account system which makes the matterof payments easy* See This Special Porch Swing Value! This 4-ft. Solid Oak Porch Swing, Very Sturdily Built Size of back posts and front nosts of tarms 1 3-4 inches, square .finished. Width of back stretchers 4 in. Both of die-back stretchers are mortised into the heavy side posts 1 --eliminating all screws and nails. Has shaped seat. Very solidly constructed in every detail. 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It is duat proof, very highly polished in a beautiful golden oak finish. This Three-Piece Solid Oak Bed Suite, A Remarkable Value at . Every piece in this Suite is beautifully finished and shows the workmanship o! skilled experts. Both tbp Dresser and ChiCfonicr have large, heavy plate mirrors. Rugs, Linoleums and Floor Coverings! In spite of th'e uncertain conditions of the wool markets, manufacturing and labor difficulties--we are showing greater varieties of Floor 'Coverings than, ever before--at prices surprisingly low. Come and see them. 9x12 Woolen Fibre Bugs OxJ2 Genuine Tapestry Special J»-J f\ rjf Brussels at ePJLU. J Bugs at j 9x12 Genuine Whittfill Rugs, E\- clusiTC Patterns iu»d Designs A void. Imitation Linoleums! ' · ' ' . When-buying Linoleums insist on getting the genuine-^ the good old-Jashloned cork-buck kind--that will give long wear .and complete satisfaction. 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