The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 31, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 31, 1918
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FRIDAY, MAY 31,I91S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELO^SVILLE, PA. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN TOE MILL TOWN 'Annual memorial 1 Service is Conducted by the Grand Army. TAR RESULTS IN BLAZE 1 "tmt Orer-flows Omlo Stove at For- rigaei's How »mi It a Necessary to Call 0»t the Fire Department; Flag Raised by r.Ters»n BaOroaden. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDA1E, Mar 31.-- Memorial Day was appropriately observed- in Scoitdale. Promptly at 10 o'clock, Colonel Ellswonh Post, G. A. JR.. the Foreign Wa» Veterans, Boy Scouts and the Sons of Veterans, led by the G. A. B. band, fell to line and marched to the cemetery where services were held o\ er the grave of Comrade Rayeor, the last Civil War veteran to die. 1 The ladles ot the W. C. T. U. presented each Grand Army man with a bouquet of flowers, Elmer Morrow sang, Harvey ukor read a patriotic address and the Rsv. G. W. Ter- bosh made a very nice address. B«ill«er Tar Caases fire. On, Wednesday evening an alarm of fire was sent in from the home oC a man named Colenrsty. Members of the family were boiling tar in the kitchen on the cooking stove so that they could have tar to paint the stable root, and it ran over, setting fire to the oilcloth around the stove. Mr. Cotoweky was able to get the fire out before the department arrived, it hiving required more time to clean the tar off the floor than to extinguish the fir*. I«j*l railroad men at Bverson nave raised a flag Butt Is a beauty. Tic poie ms made and presented by O. C. Cote of YouBgwood, and the flag was purchased bf Engineer W. S. Cox and his fireman, Heiwig, and 7ft*g t P* CT1 T aT v J. £. Ridewny and his flremam, C. RoO. Old dory was flung to the breeu on 'Wednesday night and Hie boya ace very proud of it. CUttrert Day. CMMrai'B day iriB be observed at least in t»o of tto chwchea on Sonday. Toe CbcWIaa dnweh will have Owtr Mcife» Sunday ewnjns at 7.46 «^ciock, iriMtY a retry nice pro- uttl be carried oat along m»- Tte .*. Nebo United ill celebrate Cfail- drar'i dv Sunday evening. A caoteta; tntitM "Sammer Joy," under the *r*otccs*Jp of B. A. Medsswe, will be At Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. De*«±. Mr. and, Mrs. Mctotyre, Mrs. Sldaway, Jlrs. Jtnofe mug and Mr. and UK. Mau-. dee Coffmua made up a party that to O*kford park yesterday aft- GNABLE TO STRIKE A LICK, HE SAYS !» Hi B«« Bwfmiic Jjtug 1m Tntae to Mi »e Up," Be Cwrttned. ' -TMs Tanhuc naa m«de it posaJWe IK n«e to return to work," said Benj. Jl lively, a well-known painter, em- jtojMd hr K»yser AUanwn, Fhila- ceiftria. "I waant working and hadn't been iU» to strike a lick ot work for qaite l -»hfle,- ire coatoaed, "bat it did lot require long for Tanbte to fix me IP"Sty stomach became aH disordered. Hjr dlgmtjon was bad and I seldom M any appetite. Moat of what I atfr mini gac «XL my stomach and pains. I wouM become atek at nrj» afcxnaeb. md remain so lor some time. I gaeae It was nervous dyspepsia that really ntbered me most. "I gradually greir so nerrocs and 90 generally rundown in health that I was aunt for anything. 1 was wonx oat, tired and almost lifetess. I had dizzy spells'and shortness of breath. I got so I couldol sleep soundly aod I wasn't wetl rested in the moramg. "I aair a Taniac testimonial that. jBfit about 4eecritcd my case. ' , 4 "I decided to give this medicine a triaL I am DOW glad tbat I did, be{can*e it is tost the thing for me. ' My condition has been wonderfully improved. In fact, my stomach is now strong, my appetite and digestion are good. 1 sleep soundly p:od I feel like a boy in the morning. Tanlac has don* a great work for oe, and I ree- otmaend it to all my Irienda." 1 Tanlac. the famous Master Medicine, gold here by the Connellsnlle Broj Co. Tanlac can also be »ecnred in Dim-, bar at D. C. Eason's Drug Store.--Adx Smithfk-ld. SaDTBtBTELD, May 30.--BaJph J Campbell, Harry Hooii and Charles j Smith, draftees o£ No. 4 district, en-1 trained at Point Marion Tuesday! morning. C. D. Crow took them overt to the Point in his auto. | .Mrs. H. J. Hankin received a letter; from her son Hugh telling ot his ar- rital at Camp Dta, X. J. He is in tne/ enginoer corps, going from Mingol Junction, O.. where he has been em-* ployed Jor several years as a ma.' chinist. A truck loaded with mpty gasolinfei tanks £rom Elkins, V. Va., passeitt .through, the borough. Tuesday mora- inff going to Unlontown for gasolin£. ' Tnare Is a shortage of the commodity In West Virginia, Eilist Jn 2iavT. Harold E. Bunis anU Thomas j'. Meagber. of Mount Pleasant; Andrew J. Marfie, of Star Junction. enlisUid in the United States Navy yesterdtiy la Pittsburs. Tie» Ion TTnt Anjlhlng Advertise Ux oar Classified 1 /Aaron's Homefurnishings Give Satisfaction When you make selections of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves or Homefurnishings at Aaron's you can do so with the fullest confidence that every article you purchase will give you real service and complete satisfaction. ive I Because Aaron's sell only reliable, exclusive lines of quality Homefurnishings that are fully guaranteed by the manufacturers and backed up to the fullest extent by our "satisfaction guarantee." Jknd Aaron's immense four-store buying- power-niakes possible larger values than you can find in any other stores. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 We've also arranged some very liberal payment terms of which you can avail yourself, if you desire. By taking advantage of them you can enjoy all of the comforts needed to make home life a real pleasure without feeling the cost. Come in and we'll gladly explain them to you. / "Specials" for Saturday Only The Famous Butter Merger the most economical and useful household need ever invented. From 1 Ib. of Butter and 1 pint of Milk this Butter Merger will make 2 Ibs. of Butter Just think of it--2 Ibs. of Butter for only a little more than the price of one. It's a short-cut to economy. Besides, this merger will beat and mix better and quicker than the ordinary beater will. Cream can be ·whipped perfectly in from 60 to 90 seconds. While They Last TScEach. Clothes Baskets A handy basket to have around the house. Measures 24 inches across the top and is about 10 inches deep. Very solidly constructed. While They Last 40c Each Cool, Comfortable Furniture at Special Prices $4.25 Your choice of either Kal- tex Rocker or Chair, only .00 This Genuine Kaitex Bocker . Each one of these pieces is very sturdily constructed of the best materials. And at these prices you cannot well afford to be without this cool, comfort-giving Furniure. We are ready to save you money on REFRIGERATORS i That Will Save Yon Money on Your Ice Bills Whether you are planning to purchase a large Refrigerator with IfaH elaborate improvements or a less expensive one--be sure that it's lone that is economical and at the same time one that -will give permanent satisfaction. The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator for whfch we are exclusive Connellsville Agents--is the crowning achievement in Refrigerator making. It embodies every known improvement that any refrigerator has and also a great many that are ex- clasive with the Leonard. Its scientific construction will cut your ice bills practically in half. Important Leonard Features (Real porcelain lining made all in one piece-fused on Armco Rust-Resisting Iron. Carefully worked out construction "allowing perfect circulation of air through every part. Ten walls to keep the heat out and the cold in. No crack or crevice for dirt or germs. Air-tight locks--doors practically self-closing. Leak-proof, construction. Force! atn litiing extending around edges of door frame and door. No wood exposed anywhere in the Refrigera- This Family Leonard at Size $8.50 This ''Special" Leon?-- $12.50 This "Ideal" Leonard B«- frigerator at $17.50 Exclusive Agents For the Famous HITTALL RUGS Whittall Rugs Are the Best You Can Buy-and They're Cheapest in the End. Because Whittall Rugs are the best made--without exception--they will give satisfactory wear and last a lifetime. Then too, the initial cost of a Whittall Rug is very little more--if any--than you are asked to pay in other stores for Rugs of inferior grades and quality. Right now in our Big Second Floor Rug Department we are showing a very attractive line of new, exclusive designs and patterns iu Whittall Rugs--Come and see them. 9x12 Genuine Body Brussels Whittall Rugs at 9x12 Genuine Wilton Whittall Rags at 10-6x13-6 Genuine Body Brussels Whittall Rugs at $64.50 $69.50 AM Floor Coverings Laid FREE of Charge-By An Expert. Come in and See Our Complete Display of Baby Carriages. Collapsible Carriages as low as Genuine Reed Carriages as low as ..... $12.75 _. $24.75 Big Values in Porch Swings This 4 Ft. Solid j» 9 fTJT Oak Swing . $£·!· I O This 4 Ft. Solid Oak Swing. This 4 Ft. Solid Oak Swing $7.50 PATHEPHONE--For Your Summer Enjoyment! This Popular Fatlie- phone Outfit Consists of the ?30 iHodcl Patliephouc and your choice of G double-faced Pathp 3lccords. WATTE Grass Rugs Will Add Much to the Comforts of Your 1'oreh. We have these Famous Waite Grass Rugs in many different sizes, Prices Itange Upward f\fi ward from as low as, ,, «p4r»UU Don't Miss This Sale of " This large, Iffjissire Iron Bed, Special at Finished in Vernis Martm and "White. Has 2 inch continuous posts and heavy 1 incli fillers. A very biy value. g-Iicksoii" Beds! TJiis Heavy Steel Bed Special at Heavy 2 Inch square tubing and 3 inch fillers. Has oall-bearins casters. Finished in golden oak, mahogany and ivory. A special value. . This Mtissh e Brass Bed Special at This lied is made oC brahs satin finish Fronth metal. Has heavy 2 inch posts ana 1 1-4 inch fillers Be sure to see this value.

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