The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 13
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March 7, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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FRIDAY, MAHCH 7, i fHE DATLT COTTRrEJR, COTSTNJ nXSVTLLB, 330 North PHtsburg Street. Dresses The Smarter Women Are Choosing Charmingly different . . . very becoming. Ther * are models which suggest boleros . . . there are youthful tailored belts at normal waistline . . . moulded hips , . . flaring skirts . . . long and short sleeves. Printed and plain silks a n d chiffon- . . . w o o l crepes- In short hero are dresses which exploit the new ways of fashion $ 15.00 ISO North L'lttsburp Street. SPRING'S NEWEST HATS Wear a 1 lat In tune with Spring. One t h a I, expresses your feelings and personality. At Davioson's are dozens of models; that will meot with y o u r approval. Chic, of course, combined with u t i l - ity. (Jay n e w shades in Baku, Paramar T o y o Bangkok, Straw, felt and combinations. $3--$5 Wayne Motor Oil' For Fine Motor Cars--Now at Wholcsah Prices Light Med. 46c gal. Medium 51C gal. Heavy 56 C gal. (at rote of tU6c ql.) (at rate of 12Mc it.) (at rne of 14c qt) May Be Bought In Quantities of One Gallon and Up. IIEKU'S THE GUARANTEE OJf WAYNE MOTOH OIL: FIJI your crimkcaso vllh Ifajne Certified Motor Oil. Jtnn your cur for r00 nille^. Then, If Wayne Certified Motor Oil Is, not the highest quality oil o n ever used--If it doesn't save jou ·"( percent of jour present oil bill - If for any reason whatever yon are not entirely MIti.slicit return the unused oil to us. »e ·will refund ALL you haic paid. We guarautH »ane Certified Motor 01! to be equal to AY oils on the market selling for as high as H.iO a gallon. ·LSVILLE'S FAST KEROSENE 1 1 VoC gal. Here are our guaranteed fpeel- (tuitions; Light Medium, 400 »is. at 100 Fahrenheit; Medium, 500 ^ls. at 100 Fahrenheit; Heavy, «00 vis. nt 100 Fahrenheit, Produced b one or the largest refineries In the world, and contracted lor by our or- ganisation In 100,000 gallon lots, and sold bj us at a nominal profit. Don't huy high priced achertislng. B H j Wajne Certified Motor Oil. '1 he saving will "keep you lu sli cs." EST SELLING 1 ' MOTOJR OIL TRACTOR OIL Gallon The finest that money can buy. Sold In any quantity. Heaviest vlseosits highest firo test. Honey cannot uuj finer tractor oil. F. R. METRES! CO. At Foot of Bridge 302 West Crawford Avenue- Dot Our Trices o« Mit'helin Tires. SI II If it's different Ask Puritan users why this .really sraperiol malt is different. They'll tell you that it's constantly uniform-" the "Controlled Temperature Process" takes care of that--and, in addition to fin«r quality, that each can contains W% more than most other brands; Ask your dealer for Puritan and prove these ·tatements for yourself. Film Stars Face U. S. Wrath m stars may be able to dirnlc out of many difficulties, bnt on :h« leal stage at Los Angeles, before a Federal Grand Jury, where t i«y were called to answer charges of falsifying their income, tax retui ns. They paid the fines in addition to making good tho deficiencies n d ' paying penalties double the amounts involved. Among those \ ho pleaded were (upper left) Dorothy Sebastian (right) Eleanor Bot rd- man. Others named include (lower) Dorothy /MackaiU, Gori tu Griffith. ' Magic Power Ascribed to Mirrors, Long Ago Mirrors In nnnu«it times were not «·) nowndnys dedicated exclusively to the service of vanity, but also largely to that of mnglc. Tliclr power of reflecting real things !n vogue silveiy depths bred un awed wonder, which echoed down the centuries in mystic ritrs w h e r e i n they played n» Important part. A mirror was U f o d to focus the scnttciod beams of midday heat In one dazzling point of llnme, drawing Ute pure Dre of lienven down to the altars of this earth. Or hung up at evening dusk Jn the foliage of hi^h trees, It was left to gather dewdrops from the coo! :adlar-e of the rnoon. B'or the dew gather'ng on objerti, as It were out of Infinite space, seemed f u l l of sacred significance. limn Wu Ti, much given to boliof In the occult, erected a pillar of bronzp on the Terrace of Fragrant Ce- flai Beams. On the summit of Its 200 feet a spirit w i t h outstretched hands held a shallow dlsh, to receive the precious moisture, And therfe \\ere psychic m l i r o i s for evoking apparitions, for reflecting shadows from the events io come. Often they were burled with the dead, to dispel the gloom of the grave, for the light they bad so faith- f u l l y reflected on earth was by some u r i r U process supposed to dwell in them still.--lYoin "Porcelain Pagodas and Palaces of Jude," by A. E. Grantham. TRAVEL! For hours tiey had been together on her front porch. The moon cast its I tender gleam down on the young and handsome couple who sat strangely far apart. He sighed. She sighed. Finally: ' "I wish 1 hn-1 money, dear," ha said. "I'd trav.;!." Impulsively, she slipped her hand into h l « ; then, rising s w i f t l y , she sped Into tht house. Ahgau, he looked n t his hand. In i the ualm luj a nickel. Take Us or Leave Ua, Says Ed. Howe to V Women know perfectly wf they arc getting into when the All their Hvos they luue he subject discussed, and wltnes* and over all its phases. The precisely what men a r e ; the they cannot be anything els may bay they do not. but t they cannot help learning a presented without variation f sands of years; therefore I o their threshing the same oli over and over, In finding fai men. Let them laUo tin as we let us alone. IC\erv nvjntli, ev every hour, I hear of marrlaj ing, and women chattering tin always get t h e worst of It. they not talk this way to bri slend of acting as marriage Women get precisely -what provides, arid I h e v k n o w it they make the coniract,--B. A\ in IJovve's, M o n t h l y . 'omen 1 what marry, ird the »(] over v know · know . They ey do; lesson r thou- iject to stra w It with ai/e, or ry day, es full- t wives Vhy do les, In- igents? Nature before . no we Nubby Tweeds for Suit, Coat and Spring Dress N u b b y tweetls in t h e develop suits, coats and even drosses phasized In nlnclc imcl white i Second in t h e color range is i white, then gruen. Curlouf Ixown nilxtuiea are less 1m for spring. The \ e r y rough tweeds are rontnVued in coati Some' new wool materials weli-c(nered appearance, but very open wea^e, seeming to hie heavy tweeds 3?t in realit light. This type Is use I espeo June Hegny, who n n n o t i n c ' s ej Regny fabrics. Hhe uses It for dresses and suits. lent of re era- tixture. ed ar.d y the lortant coarse igs. mve n are a resem- ; quite illy by elusive sports A Matrimonial Problem "What happy people you are 1 i have six nice daughters I What ret 'utces fur j o u r old age!" "Yes. Resources enough ! I it the difficulty nowadays consists 1 husbanding one's resourre.il" PAGE We foatwre Grennftn'* popular priced cnke»l fCiUALIT Y*t0i ECONOMY Argo Salmon at a quarter makes a worthwhile Lenten Special. Drop in your nearest Keystone Store and take advantage of this bargain! SPECIAL! H E I N Z Tomato Ketchup Made from sun-ripened tomatoes and purest spices! . bottle S P E C I A L ! POST BRAN FLAKES The famous health cereal S P E C I A L ! Pillibury Pancake Floor Makes tasty light brown cakes! SPECIAL! Pilgrim Maple Flavor SYRUP Has the old-fashioned maple taste! 2 Lenten Suggestions-Tomato Soup 3 cans Campbell's--Heat, serve! Mackerel - - 2 to* 25c Plump, tasty fi*h Gorton's Cod Fish ready to fry I4e No cooking--no soaking--no bother! TunaSlsh - - (V 2 ib.can) 2£c Tender, white meat! Tasty (Sardines - - can 60 Eat them with cri»p crackers! Kippered Herring 2 cans 250 A good appetizer! a Pink Salmon - - can I9c An economical Lenten food! Campbell's Beans 3 can* 25c H«jre'» a big quarters worth! E X T R A SPECIAL! Made from any photo or snapshot A $:i Value Hand Colored M E D A L L I O N Take thar favorite photo or snapshot to your Keystone store and we will have a beautiful 6 x 8 inci hand colored medallion made in a. few days. $1.69 S P E C I A L ! EAGLE BRAND MILK Th* delicious sweetened con* densed milk. Highly nourishing can Margarine - - 3 ib. roil 570 In our Margarine store*. Argo Milk - - 3 big cans 25c Rich and creamy 1 Shredded Wheat pkg. lie Nourishing: as well an delicious! Dill Pickles - - qt. jar 25C Crisp and flavorful! Tomatoes 3 NO. * cans 250 Priced very low! S P E C I A L ! Bohemian Malt An exceptional price on this good malt. large cans TWO EXTRA SPECIALS! Lifebuoy Health Soap cakes 19c Lux Toilet Soap 3 for 22c QUALITY MEA TS PURE PORK SAUSAGE, 4 Pounds $1.00 PORK SHOULDE.R whole, Lb. 1 8c SALT SIDE, 5 Ibs. $1.OO Fresh Pork Side, 4 Lbs. $1.OO SHORT RIB ROAST, 3 lbs.9Oc COUNTRY SMOKED SAUSAGE, 3 Lbs. $1 .00 Good BEEF BOIL, 5 Lbs. $1 .00 SUGAR CURED BACON, 3 Lbs. 85c HOME DRESSED CHICKENS 313 N. Pittsburg St. Connellsville 136 N. Pittsburg St. K E Y S T O N E S T O R E S QUALITY with ECONOMY ^ Tune in on W. J. A. S. »t 10:30 A.'M. «very Friday, for Keyttone Store* Program. POPLAR GROVE LOTS This Wan of Lots Is situate In the most beautiful snburltan section ot the City. A S-minnte car ride, a laminate walk from "Brimstone Corner." C. B. McCOBMICK, Box U4, will giro yon further information. m* PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTlsST^*"

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