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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER. CON^nSIJlSVUiLS. PA. JPAGE 3KV\ Improving Last Stretch Of Farmlngton Highway In Ohiopyie V i c i n i t y OHIOPYLE, Mar. 10.--Good pro- Krcsa is reported on improvement of the stretch of highway connecting with the road at Meadow Run bridge and leading into the borough. A new baso of crushed stone has been laid down, preparatory to placing n coat- Ing of asphalt surface. This section of road has long been dreaded by motorists and its completion should offer them the final link of an improved highway from Connellsvills to Farmington. Work is expected to be completed in the near future so that it will be ready for tho heavy traffic this summer. Second Child In Family. Mr. and Mrs. Nelll H. Morris are the proud parents of a daughter, named Elizabeth Ann, born at FranU Hospital at Confluence Saturday morning. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. The family now consists of a boy and girl. TJho grandfather, Hervey Morris, tax collector for Stewart township is wearing a big smile. ., Kcntuck Residents HI. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mnson and two children, Mrs. Jesse Wolfe and Mrs. Robert Cunningham, nil of Kcn- tuck district are on the sick list. Â· To Care for Mother. Miss Ruth Cunningham, who has been at Frantz Hospital, Confluence, during the winter, came home Monday to assist her mother, Mrs. Robert Cunningham, who Is ill. Demonsfralion Too Realistic, Boy Dies William V. Reed, 80, West Leisenring, Dies; Funeral Rife; Friday William V. Reed, 80 years old. widely-known resident of West Lcisenrlne. died Tucsdny evening nt his homo, alter a brief Illness of infirmities incident to advanced pge. He wos n native of Allen McKcc county, Ireland, where he was born December 13, 1857. Mr. Reed is survived by his wife, Cnrrle Elizabeth; four sons, Samuel W., William W., Stoner R. and Robert J.; two daughters, Mrs. Bessie Vance and Mrs. Ella Griffin; 21 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral will ba held Friday Â·fternoon. There will bo a prayer at the home at 1 'o'clock followed by additional rites at the West Lelscn- ring Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. William Hamilton will officiate. Constipated? "For 30 jtara I had constipation, awful MS blotting, headaches and back pijnx. Adltrilca helpad fight away. How. I Â«Â»t luuta^e. bananas, pie. anything I war ' Never felt b?itf." Mrn. Mabfl gchctt. Union Druff Company. By United Prass. NKW -YORK, Mar. 10,--Martin Vlurphy, 18, wanted to show his chum how ho would dolcnd himself against an armed foe. "You take tho knife like this/' he said, handing a seven-inch blade to his friend, Edward Shuman, 17. "Now, watch;" he said. Quickly ha lunged In. The knife blade flashed. Murray fell to the floor with a groan, clutching his aide. He died In a nearby drug storu. The blade had pierced his left thifih and severed an artery. Normalville NORMALVILLE, Mar. 10.--J. \V. Miner was a caller In Conndlsville Sunday. Robert Miller and his mother, Mrs. S. P. Miller, visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller of Scottdale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shopler end family of Indian Head visited Mrs. Blanch Templo Wednesday. Mrs. Kate Campbell of Connellsville visited Mrs. Fannie Brooks Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Miller of Scottdale visited Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, Friday. Mrs, Mary Miner and daughter, Eleanor, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Luckcy of Conncllsvillo Thursday. Miss Mary Bungard of Indian Head spont several days with her sister, Mrs. Fay Henderson, of this place. Samu:l Steele was In Connellsvillo on business Friday. TAKE WEIGHT OFF TIRED FEET lÂ«i* Fat HM EÂ»ijr Wijr-- Â£rcU*B. If your **Â«t ud anklii *Â·Â«! ttrtd and Â·Â«*Â· Â·11 over ^Weauk* OM aft carrying \oo muck fat--do MmrtUu aboat tt. Try tbÂ« Mannola treatment that MM helped alt I ton* to reduc* Â«ceii wclffftt. Mftj-mol* contaliu the aatne element prÂ«- acrlbed ty moat doctor* In trtfttlnv thttr /Â·t patlcati who k*Yi Â· Â«IaÂ«dular dtAdracr. Marmola I*rÂ«fcrfpUoÂ» Tabltti VavÂ« bÂ«m Â·old to tk* puVlle tor mar* Uan tklrtr rÂ«an. More thaa twenty million boxti kaÂ»t bfÂ«a dlatrlbuted durlne that period. Marmola It net fnttBdtd aa a cuT*^Ul for all ailment*. ThI* advtrtUtment U Intended only for fat pcrtonj who arÂ« normal and licalUty eUÂ»rwliÂ« md vhoiv fatneii !Â· caused br b7po-UÂ»7TtldIra vltb Â·eeompuiy- Inu xubnoroial metabollQ rat*i. No other rcprctentatlon li mad* ai to thli treatment *xaÂ«pt undtr thvt* eoadJtuint nod accordlnc to tho doÂ«Â«o at recommmdtd. WÂ« do not naak* any dltjrnoilJ ai that M tkÂ» function of pour payilclaa. vtio moÂ»t bf toniultÂ«d for that DvrpoM. TkÂ» eoniplatÂ« formuja U Indudtd IÂ» rrirr pÂ«Â«Vaae, Don't wait --get a box of Mannola today from jour * '-" 301 Ifortli Street Week End Specials 25c Anncln Tablets 17e 25c Carter's liver Pills 17c 25c Ex-Iinx _ 10c 75c Bonns Kidney PIHs 49c C5e Plnex . $1.00 Rom 51.25 Petrolngnr -- 75c Jfoxzemn _------. $1.00 Adlcrlka . Sl.OO Nervine $1.00 Worlds Tonic . 44c 70c -SOc 40c _79c 83c ..83c 33o VIcks Salve 27c 50e Ticks Drops 39c Â»5o Ticks Antiseptic _29c 75c Pepsodent Antlscp. 5!lc 73o llstcrlno fiOc S1.00 Nujol __Â»^,.^__50c 85o Dextrl MiiHoso TM,-50c 50o J. J. Talc Sftc S1.20 Scott's Emulsion SOc S1.25 Father John's -...SOc S1.35 Plorco's Modi. 04c 20c Colgate Dental Powder 2 for 21 c 35c Colgate Dental Powedr 2 for 36c 25c Squibbs Shaving Cream 25c Squibbs Double Edge Blades 50c Value BOTH FOR 29c 60c Italian Balm 25c Fitch Shampoo 85c Value BOTH FOR 49c 25c Phillips Tooth Paste Glass Candy Dish BOTH FOR 21 c 50c Dr. West Tooth Brush SOc Calox Tooth Powder $1.00 Value BOTH FOR 59c JERGEN'SSOAP 4 cakes soap, 1 Bottle Perfume ..ALL FOR 25c BIG $1.00 BOTTLE MEDICINE ONLY 49c Old Mohawk Laxative Tonic No PHIi An Needed With It SAFE, PLEASANT, SWEET TASTING With this wonderful awert tasting, quick and easy laxative. OLD MOHAWK TONIC iÂ« a body builder: it is readily absorbed into the system where it begins work by aiding the Stomach, Liver and Intwt nes to perform their duties thoroughly. Within 12 hours It will drivo poisons from your Jiystom. Try it for indigestion. Biliousness, Constipation, Simple Hhcumatlsm, Stomach Diiordor. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Our 'hundreds of regular customers consider it no treat to ffteatcr values at the West Side rket. Thcyj expect them! . in addition to courteous service, frco | delivery, phono service and many other little extra services! that mean so little separately yet count for so much when compared with what other food stores offer! 62O For Prompt. Delivery CUT ASPARAGUS uy 2 oz . can 19c Ladoga, All Green, Cuts and Tips WALL PAPER CLEANER large can 23c Chief's. Will not stick to hands, rugs or floor. A-1 SOLUTION large bottle 19c Removes stains, cleans, wliUeim and disinfects COFFEE 3 Ib. bag 43c IVest Side Special Blend. Tiy H. GLOSS STARCH 3 Ib. box 25c Amazlo's. It Is unsurpassed for Innndry pnrposcn. PANCAKE SYRUP 12 oz. bottle 15c Amnzlo's Staple Syrup. Tho perfect blend. Saucr Kraut, 3 cans 25e Trimble's Raisins 3--15-oz pkg 25e Thompson's Scedlcu Jelly Beans, 1 Ib lOc Nice and fresh Pastry Flour, 5 Ib sk Z\ t. Bonett's Lima Beans, 10 Ibs 69c Largo, California Brand Bisquick, box 29e Largo Size Green Beans, 2 cans 19c Younf and Tender Navy Beans, 10 Ibs. 39e Michigan Hand ricked Little Waiter Early June Wis. Peas, 2 cans 29c "O. K." Laundry Soap, 10 bars 25c Rip Rap Heavy Wax Paper, 40 ft. ea. 4 rolls 25c Livingston's Golden Bantam Corn, 2 cans 19c Scotll- County Red-Kidney Beans, 3 cans 25c Aunt Dinah Pure New Orleans Molasses, 3 cans ,, 25c Ritz Butter Wafers, large box 21 c Light Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs 25c Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, 2 boxes 19c All Kinds BRAUN'S CAKES Ooldon Snow, Black Walnut, Derili Fun, tie. Special 35c B A N A N A S California Oranges Tmrgc Size Doz. 29c Kcdliim Size Doz. 19c Small Size, rtovt. 15c Fresh Beets, with tops, bunch . Maine Potatoes, 16-lb. bag TANGERINES Doz. 15c Bnlilirln FANCY APPLIES Per lju. 95c Florida Oranges, large size, doz. STRAWBERRIES 2 Pint Boxes 25c Baldwin Apples, S ibs. Florida Ornngea, med. size, doz Delicious Apples, fancy, G Ibs --,, Red Delicious A p fancyÂ» bushel ...,,,.,,, Seedless Grape Fruit, G for Spinach, fresh, 2 Ibs ,, Calif. Celery, 3 bunches ... Fresh Pineapples, 2 for Fresh Peas, 2 ]i)g M M .. Sweet Potatoes, large, No, 1, 6 Ibs. 1 A 11/C OC,, fauC p l e s , 1 P IOC Cauliflower, large head California Carrots, buncli .,,,, ...._... Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 Ib. Leaf Lattuce, 3 ibs.'.,., ,, Green or Yellow Wax Beans, 2 Ibs..,. New Potatoes, 6 Ibs Fresh Tomatoes, Ib ,,.. 19c 5c 33c 25c 25c 25c lOc 25c 25c 25c POTATOES-NO. 100-11). Bag$1.45 3 DOOR PRIZES Given Atvuy, Sntunlay nt 30 P. 3r. No. 1--Uncalled Case of it. Preserves. (Last Week's Door Prize) No. 2--$5.00 Fruit Cake. No'. S--$2.50 Basket of Groceries. Phone Orders. Receive Ticket from Driver! Good Luck Margarine or Nucoa Fine for Table or Cooking. 2 Ibs. 39c MILK, 4 cons 25c Van Camp's COFFEE, per Ib 27c Maxwell House JELLO, 5 boxes 25c AH Flavors Shortening, 4 Ib. bkr. 53c Flake. CAKE FLOUR, box 25c Soft as Silk Swift's Salad Dressing, !/2 pt 15c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 Ib. box 29c Kraft's Velveeta Cheese, 2-'/2-Ib. pkgs 35c Smoked Blotters, 2 fish for 15c COFFEE, Ib 19c Circle "W." LYE, 2 cans ...-- 25c Red Seal PRUNES, 3 Ibs 25e 40-50 Size Corn Flakes, 4 boxes .. 25c Jersey Brand DOG FOOD, 3 cans 25c Ideal Soap Flakes, 2 Ige bxs 35c Quick Arrow HOMINY, 6 Ibs 25c Cracked 'King JN'utl or Honey Nut OLEO 2 Ibs. 29c And One Jelly Dlh FBEE With Each Purchase I Oven Fresh K R I S P I E CRACKERS 1 11). 16c CIcarbrook or Urookflcld BUTTER 2 II). Roll 69c Gold Mcflnl FLOUR : 24JÂ£ Ib. Sock 97c Gold Bond Sliced, Vienna or ByÂ« BREAD 3 Largo loaves 25c Pure Cnne Granulated SUGAR 10 lh. Sack 25 Ib. Sack. KOe . ?1.2D Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Country EGGS dpz. 21 c Hogsett's CORN MEAL 5 Ib. Sack 10 Ib. Sack . 17c 29c Government Inspected T S Finest Quality SWIFT'S SELECTED BEEF We Have the Best Beef in Town! Fresh BceÂ£ Brains, 1 A _ per Hi 1UC Rump Roast, Ib Rib Roost, short cut, Ib. Chuck Roast, center cuts, Ib. 25c Beef S h o u l d e r Roast, center cuts, Ib. Beef Sb'anfc or Neck, Ib ---- 1 Q 1I7C FRESH SIDE 3 lit. and 4 Ib. Pieces Per Ib. 20c Plate Boll, 2 Ibs Tenderloin, and Sirloin Boasts, Ib. _ Veal, Pork and . Beef, ground, 3 Ibs. ' 17c 25c H A M S Whole or Siring Half Ib. 29c Pure Pork SAUSAGE Loose Ib. 19c Pork Shoulder, calla style, 5 to 6 Ib. average, 1 C _ Roast, Ib. 1Â«JL CUBE STEAKS Jflee and Tender Ib. 25c I'OHT PITT 8ACON e or Half, ier RTB., 23c Whole or Half, heavier Pork Shoulder, -| g whole, Ib. IOC Fresh Spare Ribs, 1 7 Ib. 11 C Ring Liver Pudding -| A pound J-- 1UC Italian Hot Sausage fresh, Ib Pork Liver, pound Canadian Sliced Bacon, Ib. , Neck Bones, Â· 8 Ibs Fresh Hams, whole string half, 10 to 12 Ib. average, Ib. . lOc 45c 25c Wilson's Certlfleil Swift's Premium or Jrish Cured String Half Whole or ib. Veal Loin or Ilump 1 Q/. Roaat ,lb l u C 'Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib. Veal Chops, rib or Loin, Ib. Veal Shoulder center cuts, Ib. Veal Steak, Ib. Veal Breast, 2 Ibs. 25c 20c 25c Roast-. 16c SOc Cooked Salami Ib. 20c Smoked Callas, -I r Ib. 1Â«JC Cottage Cheese, 2 ibs. Smoked Sausage, 25c 25c Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. In c, piece, Ib. Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib. Lamb Rib Chops, Ib. ." Lamb Shoulder Chops, Ib. _.__ Lamb Breast, 3 Ibs , Home Made Liver Pudding, per Ib. Roast, 17c 21c SOc 20c 25c 15c Q"*B fl VST V Black Hawk Bacon, Ib. 29c Fresh VEAL HEARTS Ib. 15c 35c Polish, Ring or Long Bologna, Jumbo | r* Minced Ham, Ib. ,,.... IOC Small Wieners, Club Wieners, Ib ....... . ______ ...... _________ Skinless Wieners, Ib 1 r IOC 1C ZOC Fresh Pig Feet, 3 ibs. ,, -. Spiced Lunch Ham, Ib. Sliced Corned Beef, Ib. Forty Fathom Fish, fresh, Ib. ,,.__..___,,.._ Frying and Stowing Oysters. Halibut. Red Salmon Roasting, C H I C K E N S Ib., 35c SPUING CHICKENS Ib. 39c Fully Dressed. Sweltzer Cheese, , Ib. Pure Rendered Lard, 2 Ibs. Leaf Lard, In cone, Ib. 35c 25c lie 1OO2 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 620 Connellsville, Pa.