The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 7, 1930
Page 9
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«?* FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930. fHE DAILY COURIER, C NNELLSVILLE, PA. TWIN-IGNITION MEANS- Greater Power, Greater Smoothness, Extraordinary Economy B ECAUSE two different motor cars are affke in price, rt does no» follow that 1h«y ar« also alike in qoatiry,valu« or performance. J There U always a best, and rf yov or* looking for it, drtvw a Nash Twin-Ignition Bgrrt or Six. They or* the only car* in their price fi«W which offer the *uperiority of Twin-Ignition performance. Q Twin-Ignition (two *park ptogs, two simultaneous sparks, per cylinder, injtoad of one) produces smoother, more thorough combustion ond consequently a smoother. More vigorous flow of power. Ww COB feet tb* drffanencn. You wit! know inwvweBoNly whotyov how been missing, driving a car with 5 Other * 1fHV 1« I|IN»I nf ond value are Hf ur centralized chassis lubrication; tifertmo-tebrieated springs, encased In rieul spring covers; built-in, automatic radiator sbu*- ters; ond Dupiate non-*bafhi»robie plate glass in alt window*, doom and wtndihiekh (no extra cost In the Twrn-lgnMo* Bght extra cost in the TwnHgMtion 99 EIGHT AMD SIX CYLINDER MODELS IN A PRICE RANGE FROM $935 TO S2385, F. O, B. FACTOUt I93O NASH « PHO^fE 77. Evans Motor Company COS.NELL^VILI.E, PA. K A S T RAWFOED AVI. To those who want the most in E MILEAGE we offer ANEW TIRE SERVICE DO YOU know that you can Super T read your present tires with a new nonskicl rubber tread and double the mileage of your tires-and more? Our factory-type full-circle tire mould -- the patented SUPER TREADER and the SUPER TREADING SYSTEM--enables us to offer you the most economical lire mileage obtainable anywhere today. We guarantee you that--and complete satisfaction. JOE'S TIRE SERVICE / Jos. Opperniau Henry Opperman ' Ju'4 Across the Bridge. Wost Crawford Ave. Phone 1252. onn«UsviUe, Pa. Mr. Kaye Don, standing by his new "Silver Bullet," * the bullet-like shape «i ths car from which it »;eU the super 4.000 hmrse-powsr automobile, which he u Us name. It has a tfass wind-puard and !i steered Uking to America to fcBtabliah n»w world's speed through a rifle sig-ht, by mean* of Jurplans rudders, s*c«rdb lot Luul travsL Notiss tfa« huge wbee;s and ehows in the rear. WJESSCAWIOTIEH* " THIS YOUTH Fi DM SCHOOL Washington Youngster H»« Tub* In Back and Haa Undergone 14 Oparatlf ns. Wn*hlngton,--When the seventh grade pupils of the ol 1 Force-Adama school were trnmrfenod to' b*«oroe "charter piifiUs" o! he new John Q^incy AVims school at Columbia road and iNlnoteentb street, twelve- year-old Leonard Rog TS Smith was not to b« loft behind, nba or no tub* in htii buck. Although barely reci vered from Influenza nnd pneumonia anti still Hmn- Ins from a stiff log tht t rpsnlted^froin Illness two years ago, he hoy insisted on registering on the (ay of the open- Ins of the new school. Daily he rldns all tt s way from hte home at 20686 F Btre-'t to school oti the street cars and the i back again IB the afternoon, H* ear t take part In any of ttM (RUnea of the other children, bnt that doesn't worry him. He's mere concerned with Jteepli g up with h!« class, anyway, and In d ing just that la spite of bis handicap and enforced absences. \ Last fall, shortly aft- r th« beginning; of the school term, IM contracted In- flnenz* which turned ' ato pneumonia. Physicians at Chlldrei 'a hospital despaired of hla Itf* for 11« third time to Us short span. Tb« boy polled throogh, however, perhaps by e leer determtna- tlon to Uve, Part of a i Ib WM rernored and for months h« n 01 h*r« to g» about with a Inb* In its back. A tob« la the back Is no new experience for Leonard, fwa years asjo he WHS fi! with ID 'erted mnatoid glands, neptic pneamoi la and pleurisy and the doctors had » remove part of anoUver rfb and nsert a drain. This illness left his It { stiff, perhaps for life. The DOT'S fll healtt, begsm when he was stricken with sew let fever at the age of six. Then flv« iperfttloos were necessary. When he *ras tea, physicians operated *evcn rimes and during his latest !tlne*f once, maltlnr a total of fonrtwn ( i n us he ba* been trader the sturgeon's la If*. Old Portuguese tfwn and Woman Hare New Teeth Lisbon, PortUKaL -- ! fetors he* repeated n rars pmnk t r twtoe prpftoe- tag new teeth in the nonths of a«ed PortncvoM, on« tn tht case ot a woman of on« hnndrcd an 1 fire, who has one new tooth, and a aUn for a man trt nlnetr-elsnt, who hea three new teeth. UBfortmnatelr for d t theorists who hold tfant «n secede manner of life te tne oaly guiirantee if health In old ate, both of then* coo epttonaJrjr vMsA pernons adroit that tn rr nave not si- ways followed the ten its of tne apes- ties of temperance, T ie woman. Hose, de fflhra. Curt-lm, wh * lives near Ol- Ivetra tie A*tm«U, b is been aeetn- totned to wtn* ever dn«a dindhood. Married at twmty-etg) t, she has been a widow for IB year*. She has 10 SOM and t daognten , 29 grandehri- oren, SI great- gnindch idrcn, 31 irreat- ai d 4 great-greet- mre»t-«randchlldrett. i he lost her last tooth twenty years ag . Lnlc de Ollretra Is he ntnetr-eigM- y ear-old man who bas hre« new teeth. With the vivacity, sti nnrth, and general nppearaace ot a i tan ot forty, he enjort the best of goo. health, and op te six months ««D wot ced herd oe Us farm. Officers Biown Bank Rol bing Risky Minneapolis. -- Bro rn and Brown, the beck bandit host -rs, to the title fixed by Twin City n 'wspapera upon two of Minnesota's leading peace officers. They are Enrl Bnr m, "mlfflonalre shetlfl" and bead of the state highway patrol, and Charles D. Brown, Thief investigator for the Minnesota Bankers' Protective t ssodation. A few weelos ago Oharlen Brown mowed down three boi dits with a n»- chlne tf\m as they ati empted to hold np tlie First Nations bank of Sba- kopee, while Flarl Brc wo, almost single handed, oaptnred · our other bank robbers at Btt River ifter a ronolnf gon fight New Diesel En? Tested Berlin.--A Diesel-en, ulth 1,200 horse powe out by the German n tn the vicinity of Stot which followed six y tlon, waa declared a. · shown that the per ceo ntlllzation of fuel T double that of the 1 with coal, but becan price of oil and the g dncing DifscJ engines troductlon of these lo immediate future la lematlc. The most embarr town unquestlouably T Commodore the other more at Columbia u date with a Kirl frk meet her in the Ic "sharp." Hi* arrived about the I r b b y he not fur from him. H Idea Hint ft nonld b he snenked up behin his hands over h f r e guess ! Tow'ns r i g h t ' fashion, il tried It. The p c r n t o l y to fjpe hfr sucreeilcd Yes, vou'vp guessei the wrong girl.--New nes n Germftny ined locomotive · has been tried llroad company gart. The test, ara of 'prepara- UCCCBS. H was -Rge of effective as more than comotires fired te of the high eat cost of pro- tbe general in- omotlves in the onsidered prob- Moment iSHed man in as In the Hotel day, A aopho- 1 iverslty had a i id. Be was to ib-y at noon-late. Looking ·uvr her sitting · conceivrd the ultra clever if 1 her and put SB In a "Give a Here 1 am!" ·!rl rtwjjht dps- elf ntul finally It She was y«rk Sun. No Let-l p "I suppose now yo are ma tried your time of billing nd coning has ceased." "Well, the f o o t n g I ns ceased, the billing Is us lirisk as exer." but No Nagrg ag "Tos, Dad, f have » to embrace n good opportun ty." "VVpil, be sure sheV the kind that won't keep knocking a ter you've mar- PAGE NINE. Lenten Fo At With Lent here, it is appropriate to offer quality seasonable items at such reasonable prices. Make a list of your needed food from these suggestions offered below, and take advantage of these savings at your nearest A P store. Prlren Efffe«tlve WiN»k ·! Marrli ;ird to 8th Fancy Aluttmn · Pink Salntom ^Ts±, 2 Spaghetti Fancy Wisconsin Cheese Mocdroni or Noodle* WaUOawrf I 25 fau...__^a.^aal ·UDOJpIHssX, Pastrv Flour 21 For Bv«ry Pfflsbury Flour ,2 27 C Macaroni V ££z3 »10* * I 39 Sugar Mackerel Cigarettes 8 Red Cirde Cofifee Butter Bread Palmolive 8oap Por*e Felfl-Naptlui Soap 10 A CuastamtH of 9i«tt wd BUcltbeny Soap ItT Blue Streak Wool Tomato Soup Apple Butter Hominy «-» Fanoyll Winraap Apples 3 *· 25* Navel Oranges ±3 Cri«p. TeoBer FlotMai Celeiy Hearts large l/Kt» Mwly Baker* Idaho Potatoes Iceberg Lettnce 79" 7" in Our Meat Department All Meats Are Government Inspected Located at 324 N. Pittabur* St. Armour's Star Harris whole or half, Ib. 25c Delicious Swiss Steak Ib. 39c « Fresh Ground Beef and Pork for Loaf 4 ibs. $1 Whole Cuts Chuck Roast ib. 25c Lean. Tender Pork Loin Roast Ib. 25c Tin* Atlantic- Pacific POPLAR GROVE HOME SITES are the flnest In tua city- to build ruoat desirable Jocatlon for tbac NEW HOME your* 9110 UP TO »t,00« Fine vjnarter Acre Building Lots--V.«,j water; echools and church nemrby--c«m kv purchaeed for a* low as $110. for lull particulars write C. B. McOormlck, ^-«- M -» M . M --. MMMM ---. n . VWin|¥m| ^^^^^^^

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