The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 13, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, June 13, 1918
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THURSDAY, 191S. DAILY COURIER. CONNBL.LSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREa NEWSY NOTES 'ML WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MIIIL TOWN Red Cross Women Ready for Street Carnival Sat- nrday Afteiatoon. MRS MARY PISULAj IS INJURED Aged Ererson VimrJo Fulls Iown Stairs at Home Bali V.scapcs IVith- oat Broken lionts; ft'nll Is tie Second; Elks Will Ob*a«i Flag Day. j Special to Tli-i Courier. j SCOTTDA1E. June 13.--Unit No. | 32 ot Scottdale is making prcpara-; tions for a carnival .ami log day on I Saturday. These la Acs have arrans- ' ed to tune .1 booth tm Arcade corner where chances may%be UiUen ou cakes and other artWes. TThe loHune telling booth aud fisll pond promise some extraordinary asnusemeni, Dan Ice. There win be a. moonlight ball given by the Social' Three in Moose hall, Scottdale, Pa,, June 14, 191S. Kiferle.--Adv.--13-21:. Aged IVomiui Injured. Mrs. Mary Pisul:!,. ajefl 8S years, ·who fell on the ieot last winter and injured herself and had recovered, is now suffering froDi a tall when she lost her balance online steps at her Eversou home. No ifoonos are broken but she is suffering · from shock. Yonng-B vnliu. Peter Paulin, a Jpung soldier here on furlough, whose home is at Lancaster, and Ruth Ell'zabeth Young of Everson were marrie d 'on Tuesday afternoon at the office! of Justice of the Peace Stephen Ruthorford. Elks' Fl8|? luy. In view of the iUct that suitable arrangements could \ not be made for a public flag day services the Scottdale Lodge- of Elks twill hold the services at their hom^ on Friday evening at 8.30 o'clocli when the Elks and their itvlted friends will attend. H. K. MacQuarrte ci: TJn'lontown will deliver the oration. Witness Sirinraflng Exercises. A large number of fiiends of the. 'girls'who are swinrAaing at the Y. M. C. A. on Monday gathered on Monday evening to attend tlhe exhibition of swimming strokes and fancy diving Ball (tone TWis Efeniog. A picked team, f t o m the Junior Public League will rplay the Alverton Junior team at Loi'cks park this evening. K»T. IhmU's I Successor. Rev. Michael Hegjwisli, who was recently ordained at) St. Vinent's. will take the place at tbi3 local parish of Rev. H. J. Dnval, who went to Taren- tnm. Jnne Happenings, Friday. Saturday land Monday will be greatest of all bajrgaia days at the store most reliable. In our effort to make June a big inontli for us and .for you we have narl ed three days to 'sell three "thousand ^dollars worth of best seasonable merrhaiidise at one- Vhird ot its original price. It will pay foil to come here and see our won- 3erfnl selections of warm weather Jlothes before buying eisewhere, for surely you will grant I we sell the best .'or less. See onr windows for real June bargains. Broadway Ladies' Store, William BendSiier. as you get off the car, Scottdale.---Adv. Other Seiim. Miss Mary Trout iof Greensburg was a business caller'here yesterday. Miss lizabeth 'Wen3:man was a. Pittsburg caller vestendar. Miss Garnet Lowryj spent yesterday in Prttsburg. Leo Paul Pisula oE 1he St. John Kanty school at Erie 4; home for his vacation. Robert Hill. Jr., a prudent at the Bordentown Military Bordentown, K. J., is hoir* tor his aca- tion. Miss Mary Malek is n iKtting friends at Uniontown. FEET ARE'NT ACHING OR.TlREDNOW-"Tir Use Tiz" for Tender, na'i'ed-np, Born. log, Calloused feet ami Corns. People who are forces to stand on their feet all day know tt m sore, tender, sweaty, burning fee* mean. They use "Tiz." and "Tiz" cases their feet right up. It keeps feet in perfect condition. "Tiz" is 1 the only remedy in the world that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet acd cause tender, so ie, tired, aching fet. It instantly sAl-ps tile pain in corns, callouses and IMunions. It's simply glorious. Ah how comfortable your feet feel, after using "Tiz." You'll never limp or dra w up your face m pain. Your shoest won't tighten and hurt your feet. Get a 25-gent box of "T,V now from any druggist. Just thiofo a whole year's foot comfort for oid'.y 25 'cents. --Adv. Vanderbflti VANDEOBILT, June 12.--Mrs. Clyde Randolph and children have returned home from Unionuiwn where they visited relatives. You will get comfort al'8 style if I examine your eyes and fit spur glasses. -Dr. A. L. Tucker, Oitiometrist. 105 South Pittsburg street, |Connells- yille.--Adv. Miss Ruth Hannim of Washington. Fa., is visiting Mr. aud llrs- Thomas Wright and other relatives Here. Mrs. David Herwick, X»'s. Joel Patterson. Irs. Cahin Mai tin, Mrs W. A. Cosgrove, Miss Leonai Colbert and Oma Preach were Ton acllsville ' callers yesterday. R. E. Moore of New Geneva is visiting his parents, Mr. am! Mis. J. C. Moore. Mrs. Ernest Hedge and son of Scenery Hill and Mrs. Alva BtEls and baby of Juniata are visiting their narents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Erans. Homefurnishin At Aaron's you'll find only the better kinds of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and HomefurnisMngs--that have been tried and tested--that have set the standards for quality, servic^ and satisfaction-giving. They're all exclusive lines that have a national reputation for being good--lines that you can rely upon to give the kind of service that you expect. The manufacturers guarantee tfeem fully and the reliable responsible Aaron'organi- zation backs them up with an additional guarantee of complete satisfaction. Conneilsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Consider too, at Aaron's you have Six Big Floors and Basement filled with Hcmefurnish- ings to choose front--the largest collection in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Our four-store bu5 7 ing-power makes possible Aaron's policy of larger values for less money--values that cannot be duplicated anywhere. Credit, if desired. This 4-Piece William and Mary Bed Room Suite .SO Every piece is exactly as pictured above and comes in a beautiful American Walnut. Substantial construction throughout gives this suite practical utility as well as beauty of design such as found In. only the best furniture. Only selected wood is used in this suite-carefully matched and finished. This is a rare opportunity to secure this excellent type of furniture at a substantial saving. This 3-Piece Karpen Living Room Suite '.00 All three pieces exactly as pictured . The exceptional depth of the upholstering with its hundreds of coll springs gives luxurious comfort to this suite. In keeping with the unusual quality of this suite the* frames are of mahogany, matching perfectly the rich colors of ihe tapestry upholstering. .This suite is not only one of the best appearing, but also one of the most serviceable we have ever shown* An exceptional \alue at this price. This Three-Piece Karpen -| **9C?.OO Library Suite, as Pictured ·«· * -* This novel design is constantly growing in popularity. The frames are finished in mahogany and the upholstering is in a very fine grade of velour. The clever treatment of the cane work in this suite gives the effect of airiness and daintiness not usually associated with such massive pieces. A very special vahie at this low price. $24.50 Tills Comfortable Overstuffed Chair.. The double deck springs in the seat with spring edge construction make this chair luxuriously comfortable. There are 28 coil springs in the seat alone and 12 more in the back. Upholstered in tapestry in a beautiful figured design. A most unusual value at this price. A Pathephone for Real Pleasure Plays ALL Records--No Needles to Chang* Out--No Scratchy "surface noise." Come in tomorrow and hear the Pathephone! Hear how the Pathe Sapphire Ball brings out ALL the music that the artist puts into the record! Come in tomorrow and hear the latest "Hits"--you're always welcome at Aaron's! -No Records to Wear ! Snyaerl. The Farb«r Giris There's a Jjlttlo lnmp of Sugar Down In Dixie (Bryan-Yelier-Gumble), The Farber Girls Pathephone Department--Main Floor $89.50 This Special Pathe- phone Outfit Consists of the $85.00 Model and your choice of G Bouble-faced Pathe Records-(32 selections). Easy terms, if desired. 'A Comfy Carriage For Baby! A complete showing of Baby Carriages awaits your selection. They're all very substantially constructed and are of the best known reliable makes. Every carriage is guaranteed to give complete satisfaction. Collapsible Carriages at Kenuine Heed Carriages at $24.75 Grass Rugs We have them in many designs and in various sizes. Prices range upward fl» A f\f\ from as low as epTr.VfV PORCH SHADES The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator Prevents Waste Every housewife can do much to aid in making this war come to a victorious end by conserving and saving food. Because food must be sent'abroad for our soldiers. And Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators save food most economically--maintain the lowest temperature with the least ice consumption. Come in and see the Family size Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator that we're offering at . $8.50 See This Value! $14.75 This Massive Library Table Made of tiuartcr sawed oak and has heavy planked top. These Porch Hammocks Are the Acme of Comfort! To lounge back in one of these comfortable hammocks, with the cool breezes tanning your cheeks, your favorite book or magazine and box of bon bons by your side la uurely the height of comfort daring the many hot summer days ahead of us. "We ha\e theae hammocks "with or "without the canopy top as shown, and all very moderately priced. WHITtALL.RlJGS Better Quality-Lower Prices! In our Big Second Floor Rug Department you not only have a bigger aud better variety of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums to choose from--but you get values that cannot be duplicated anywhere. And they're all reliable makes handled exclusively by Aaron's. Come In and See These Values! 9x12 Genuine Tapestry Brussels Rug .._ 0x12 Seamless Wilton Brussels Bug $39.50 9x12 Seamless Brussels Rug ........ 9x12 ster Rug Tapestry $22.50 Seamless Axinin- 10-6x13-6 Genuine Whittnll Body Brussels Rug--a very special value jroio Old Cirocemllu $69.50 Aaron's "Satisfaction Guarantee" Backs Up Every Hug All Floor Coverings Laid FREE. For Real Service This 1'nllman Bed Davenport -\n eu'i'pitonal Milne. Very sturdily coustvui toil by ^killod workmra. I'lnino-. an- solid oak, slinn.Ts tiro hc;uy and upholstering IB nrno m rtH' 1'"'. (trade of imitation U'ftthv'J'. rimshtHl ci fumed oak. VANDBRBILT, June 13.--Mrs. A. | M. Snyder and son, Itbel J., were j Connellville shoppers yesterday. ' Don't neglect your eyes. See Dr. A. i L. Tucker, optometrist, 105 South Pittsburg street, Connellsville.--Adv. Mrs. G. M. Strickler of Hopeweil Farm, was shopping in Connellsville On Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson visited at the home of Mrs. Henderson's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Georae Arm- 10,000Testimonials from Mothers Ol (iuidren ·whohsre Buccettfully used Mother Gny'» Sweet Powders for Children. They move «nd regulate the bowel*, relieve Feremhneae, Teething lisordui, con eUpfttion, he3tfacl)*s,de- troyworiM and frequently bretk op cold*. Children like them. ForSOytan ilntner Graj'» Sweet Poirdera for Children hate bceo the eafo ntd reliable remedy in Um« of need. Mothers ohonfd MT« bo without a box in the house for immediate o*e. At druggist* everywhere, 25c. company Iield their regulai moathlj' j meeting ia the rooms ot the First Naj tional bank of Vanderbut on Wedaes- TUose present were 1 : Mrs. William Bailey, Mrs. "William Wilson, Miss Carrie Dull, ^Irs. Ralpl. Boll and the strong, of West Side, ConncIIsville, Tuesday evening. The directors of the Franklin Coal day, June 12. The following out oC [ hostess, Mrs. WilHam K town directors were present: W. B. Mrs. Bell formerly resided here, Rev. Downs and T. Scott- Dunn of West Ralph Bell having been paste, of the Side, ConnelhiVille. and John Riiten- j Methodist Episcopal chuicli. at the homo of his p n i c n t s . M i . and Mis, ., C. Mooro, rt-turnod o his home at New CH-neiu on ^Veduesday house of near Smock, and Allan Downs of East liberty. Mrs. William Knight entertained at dinner ou Wednesday for her house Miss Estur Cosgrove left this uxorn- ing to visit at the i'ome of her uncio and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. W Cnss, of Steubenville, 0. guest, Mrs. Ralph Bell ot Smithfieid- R. E, Moore, who has been, visiting UlTBOVUI SUIOU'M. .UETHODS tt'OHl) WASHINGTOON. .lime 33. -- Improved surgical methods employed in Franco permit tlie sending o£ SO per c(;nt of the wounded men back to the fighting forces within three- or lour uct'k-5. wheiiMs formerly it took. mouUis, to curv Uicm. In making this annouueeini'ni thu surgeon geenral's office sj'id that as fast as new means ot trratuiout are developed, the information is Transmitted to the United States for the instruction of surgeons here. \Ylio to Patronize. ""' Those who advertise in. The Courier. Dally

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