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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 14, 1918
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FKIDAT, JTNE 14, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL.LSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. NOTES IELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Platoon of Home Defense Foliee to be Formed Here. SHERRIFF STARTS MOVEMENT Missionary Women of the Metliodist j Church Pledse Over $200 for the j Xext Year's Work; Mite Box Open- j ing Yields $25 In Cash for Cause. Special to Tto Courier. SCOTTDALE, June 14.--Preparations are teing made here for the organization of a platoon of the Home Defense Police. Sheriff J. P. Kll- gore was here this week making arrangements with Burge-is B. C. Fretts. Fifty men win he enrolled. All men between the ages of 45 and 60 who are in good health and have good habits are eligfble. The duties of the organization will be to assist the civil officers in preserving order In emergencies. Similar organizations are being formed all over the conn- Ivy. For Sale. Six-room house, lot 10x120 feet, for 51,400. 'Eight-room double house on paved . street for ?2,000. Six-room, house with bath, lot 55x 110 feet, on Loucks ave., for $3,000. E. F. DeWitt--Adv.-14-21 Societj Holds Social. Wvison No. 1 of the United Brethren Missionary society, Mrs. O. D. "Vvleimer. leader, held a social in the church last evening. Refreshments were served and a pleasant evening was spent. ante Hoxes Opened. The Home Missionary society of the Methodist Bpscopal church held a rneetng yesterday aftt-rnoon and arranged the business :'or the coming year, making pledges amounting to $205.50, with a ?5 added donation for Coke Mission -work. The last ye-a" was the most prosperous in the hib- tory of the society. Last evening the mite boxes were opened. They contained $25. By this evening the society expects to have much more. Bible readings on "Mite Boxes," were given by Mrs. H. C. Fox, Mrs. G. I. McGee. IFrs. Jefferson, Mrs. E. f. DeWitt, Mrs. S. V. Bosworth and Mrs. Vf. V,~\ Myers. A leaflet was read by Mrs. Theodore Hockey. Mrs. Mary Sherrick gave a reading. The "Might of a Mite Box" was another reading, given by Mrs. J. L. Reynojds. Class Holds Outing. The Servo class of the United Brethren church held a picnic at the Hawfeeye home of Miss Blanche Loucks last evening. The trip was made from Scottdale by trolley and the strpper was served out of doors. A very enjoyable evrniag -was spent by all of the Kirls pit-sent. A Used lirent Bargain days at Bendiner's (Thr Broadway Ladies' Store) has become a fixed event in the shopping schedule of hundreds of women every week. They would no more think of overlooking the bijtEeat of all once- a-week bargain feature than they would miss doing th'ir daily marketing. Come tomorrow and learn why the crowds come. Three Bargain Days--Good, seasonable, desirable, wanted merchandise is to be sold at about 1-3 of it's regular price. Spac^ is too small and too costly to mention all the items. Come and see for yourself. It costs you rothing to do so. Broadway Ladies' Store, "William Bendiner, Scottdale. As. you get off the car.--Adv. Personal ^rention. Mrs. J. TV". Lyons of Latonia, Ohio, is the guest of her lister, Mrs. A. I!. Fretts. L. J. Kent of Latr*e was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Folk of this place John J. Finnerty 'f this place was at Monesson on Wt-dnesday evening, where he made an address at the unveiling of a service flag at the Knights of Columbus. Miss Estelle Millr. a graduate of the Pennsylvania college- for women, came homo yesterday. Corporal "William tlilton. a member of the Heavy Artillery, who had beon home on a furlough, left yesterday for Newport, R. T., where he is stationed. He expects to be scut over soon. Patronize those who advertise. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA .Urs. Graf Sajs Tinol Cured Her. IJarlinston. Pa.--"I suffered from bronchial asthma i-o baxily I would often bave to sit up half of the night or lean over tie bade of a chair, and so weak I could a.irdly walk across ihe floor. I had spent lots of money for different Asthma medicines without help--but Vinol helped me 40 I sleep well, and am ;.o well and strong I am doing all my v.ork on the farm." - -Mrs. 2mma GraT. Vino! is a constitutional remedy which contains beef and cod liver peptone-, iron and manganese ptp- locates and glycerophosphates. We strongly recommen,! Vinol. Laughroy Drug -o., ConneJlsville; IX C. Eason, Dunbar, and druggists i-verywhere.--Adv. Just Over the Bridge ConntllsiJllr (West Side) V. cj That's the kind you get at Aaron's--nationally advertised, exclusive lines of quality Furniture and Home- furnishings--the kind that combine comfort and utility--that give years of satisfactory service and wear. And these BETTER kinds of quality Furniture and Homefurnishings cost no more at Aaron's than other stores ask you to pay for just the ordinary kinds. The immense buying- power of the four large Aaron stores makes it possible for us to offer you values that smaller stores could not even attempt. Conneilsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since Then too, when you buy at Aaron's you have the advantage of knowing that every article you purchase is going to give complete satisfaction--because every article we sell is backed up fully by Aaron's "satisfaction guarantee." Our convenient charge account system makes the matter of payments very easy. This 4-Piece William and Mary Bed Room Suite 114 Every piece is exactly ae pictured alwvc and comes in .1 beautiful American Walnut. Substantial constnictioD throughout gives tbis surtc practical utility as well as l»e«tY of denljcn such M found in only the best furmitare. Only sftleeteA wood is uaod in this suite-carefully matched and finished. Tdls is a r»re apportunlty to secure this excellent type of furniture ai a snbsantW sm-rtns. This 3-Piece Karpen Living Room Suite '.OO AJ1 three pieces exactly as pictured . The exceptional depth of the upholstering wtth its hundreds of coil springs jjives luxurious comfort to this sultr. In keeping with ihc unusual quality of this suite the frameB arc o 1 * mahopiny, milchins perfectly the rich colors of the tapestry irphtsteterinff. Tfcis suite is not onjy one of the b«st appearing, but also one of the mwt serviceable we have evor shown. An exceptional value at this price. This Three-Piece Karpen Library Suite, as Pictured ' OO This novel design is constantly growing in popularity. The frarrres arc finished in mahogany and the upholstering is in a very fine grade of vclour. The clever treatment of the cane work in this suite ffives the effect of airiness and daintiness not usually associated with such massive pieces. A very special value at this low price. This Comfortable Overstuffed Chair. The double deck sprlnss in the sea: with spring edge comstrucrien make this chair luxuriously corafffrtibl*. Thfre are 5S coil seringa in the seat alone and 12 more in. the back. Upholstered in tapestry in a beautiful figured dwii?n. A most unusual value at this price. A Pathephone for Real Pleasure Play* ALL Records--No Needles to Chang- Out--No Scratchy "surface noise." Come in tomorrow and hear the Pathophone! Hear bcnv the PMhe Sapphire Ball brings out ALL the music tkat the artist ptits into the .record! Ceme in tomorrow and hear the latest "Hits"--von're ftlvevs weicomo at Aaron's! -No Records to Wear UUo To r»d45 L»wt* - Tourx- T« ?«r.r Wrl* Tfcer«'« » Ijtttl. Ijtuvfi of lhif«r B.iru in Wile (Brra»-Y«n«r-C«afcl«i), Tfc« T*rb«r Girls 75e : S89 J Pathephone Department--Main Floor This Special Fathe- ])booe Outfit ._.. Consists of the ?S5.00 Model and your choice of 6 Double-faced Pathe Records-(12 select.ons). £»sj terms, if desired. A Comfy Carriage For Baby! A complete showing of Baby Carriages awaits your selection. Tbey'n; all verj' substactially constructed and are of the best kno\vn reliable makes. Every carriage is guaranteed to give complete satisfaction. Collapsible Carriages at [iennine R«ed Carriages at Grass Rugs We have them in many designs and in various sizes. Prices range npirard from as IOTV as PORCH SHADES The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator Prevejtits 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. See This Value! Come in and see the Family size Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator that we're offering at - $14.75 This Massive Library Table Made of quarter 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 fanning your cheeks, your favorite bcok or magazine and box of bon bons by your side is surely the height of comfort during the many hot summer days ahead of us. We have these hammocks with or without the canopy top as shown, and ail very moderately priced. WHITTALL RilGS Better Quality--Lower Prices! In our Big Second Floor Rug Department you not only have a bigger and better rariety ot 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! Seamless Tapestry i)xl2 Genuine Tapestry Bnis- Rug $18.50 9x12 Seamless Wilton Brussels Rug 9x12 Brnsaels Eug _. 9x12 Seamless Axmin- _ $45.00 $39.50 . $69.50 Aaron's "Satisfaction Guarantee" Backs Up Every Rug. All Floor Coverings Laid FREE. 10-6x13.6 Genuine Whittall Body Brussels Bug--a very special value For Real Service This Pullman Bed Davenport $34.50 An exceptional valu-e. Very sturdily constructed by .skilled workmen. Frames are solid oak, springs are heavy and upholstering is done in the best grade of iiiiita- Ijon leather. Fjnjshcd o fuzaed oak. Confluence. Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Trained Buttery 3Ian. members of the I. O. O. F. order her« I will attend Uie Methedfot Eplse j church Sunday night in a b»4y fffcer» i the pastor. Rev. "W. M. Braekn, Trill j preach a memorial sermea in honor ot" their deceased members. | Don't neglect your eyos. Sec Dr. A. j L. Tucker, Optometrist, 105 South I Pittsburg street. Coanellsviile,--Adv. Miss M»ry Kato DRTIB, a student p'nrae I» a hoeyitAl nt Mystic, Conn., is h»T« spending 1 a t'wo Tracks' raea- tl«n with fcwr par»nta, Mr. and Mrs. f JoVn 2«Ttn, j G. B. Herafab«ri*r, Baltimore Ohio relUf areut, erf Cormellsvino irko relev*d Aa;«mt E. E. McDonald here for two weeks, has gone to Frieiulsville, Md., where he will relieve the agent there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Vincent of Fort Hill were vlrttlnf friends and nhop- pinjf in tovn. joctertiay. Miss Alarjnret Ross of Connollr!- vtlle Is visiting her uncle and aont, Mr. and Mrs. Jetm Davis here Mr. and Mrs. John Trcatle are' shipping their gorjds to Dayton. 0.. where they expect to reside in Um future. J. W. Crockett of Humbert was here yesterday enroute to FlUsbuig Mrs. E. Vaasici.!* of Uralna was herta resterdmy on btr way 1o "W11- kinRburg to visit frionds. Mr. and Mrs. Thmnas Knight have received work Erora their son "Will lu Oshewa, Canada f stating his little daughter Is lying very low following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Bruce Treulle of Connellsville, was a visitor here with friends yesterday. You will get comfort and stj-ie if I examine your eyes and fit your glass- · If Ton TTant SumcUiing es, DT. A. L. Tucker, Optometrist.' Advertise for it in our classified col- 105 South Pittsburg street, Connells- umn. One cent j word, vllle,--Adv. . j You should Uiko a thoro, nurif\nng, I cleansing jasatiie once «i?h month. i Decay maiu-r m the stomach and ] bowels generates ixnsons ;hat go to every part of your body unless re- ino\ed.--Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea cleans, purifies the stomach and tVho to Patronize. Those who advertise in. The Courier. Hunting Bargains J STou will find them in our ad. columns. bowels.--Cojraellsville Drug Co.

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