The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1939 · Page 10
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 24, 1939
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r-AUti 1'KN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 13311. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSJF1ED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: 4 Per line, 7o cash: Sc charge. Special Yearly Ratea Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five ^5) average words to each line. ' "Cards of Thanks," 50c-Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 Business Service Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 ·WHILE THEY LAST! SEE US TODAY! 1929 Ford H-ton Pick-up Truck . . -- 525 IS33 Fcrd 2-door Sedan lor . ~ ---- 5133 1030 Chevrolet Coach selling at ,. $50 1935 Dodse Coupe., buy It lor --- . 5295 1929 Fcrd Tudor Sedan, yours for .. S40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IN MODEL CABS! 1937 Pontlac Deluxe Coupe. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan just like new. ALSO. _ VTc have on display on our Used Car Lot and on the second floor of our garage nice selection of late model used cars of Fords Chevrolet and Plymouth. Stop In today and look them over. Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY"' Your Ford Dealer, WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings) 'open Sundaysl EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elaitlc Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH C Druggist. 323 North eet. Phono 1st SEE THEM TODAY! . O.-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHO1IE lOi Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. - Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES IM B- CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY. tNC, 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. SOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS aa so pirrsBURG ST. · PHONE a Business Service Business Service Offered FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS it RECOVERINGS PHONE BUS 323 SO PITTSBURC ST GOOD. DEPENDABLE All kinds James R. LauEhlln-- INSUR ANCE. Seo roe for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Movinr. Trnokins, Storage FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA, "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modem Storage For Household Go LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller's Tranrfcr 153 East Crawfor Avenue. Phoae 182. GENERAL HAULING--Baggage, ashc manure, etc. Walter Artls, 240 E. App'. St. Phone 140S-M. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and Courier Classified ad-taker can toll yo how to co about getting It. Phong 12 o 33. THERE IS a friendly spirit In Th Courier dasstflec' Department whli makes It a pleasure to use this depart ment., For results, try our service. " . . EXCHANGE what you don't need fo what you do through a Classified ad hei LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Hand ruUsI--Binding l~Ca!llne Cards) BUI Uoadsl--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed; All At Reasonable Rates I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. HONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 01. Merchandise Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers GOOD LUMPY -- nun of mine coal. 100 bu. 8c delivered: 50 bu., Oc delivered; 25 bu . 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Kobslla. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low price Wm. Dull Son Phone 107 or call D,iv. son. 3261 and 3631 COAL--Best grade IMt. coal Prompt delivery for any amount. Gerald Schomei. Phone 1091. Household Goods 59 Professions! Services 28 Employment Help Wanted--Female FOR SALE--Coal ranses 51000 and m: living room sutlct. $1500 and up: wash- Ing machines, $1500 nnd up. guaranteed, radios, electric. $500 and tp: piano*, IOOO and up. Also big bargALns In other furniture. BULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE JO. Auctions--Legals Local Notices 31 NOTICE TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF THE CITY ot Connellsvtlle \UU receive tcalcd bids for furnishing of a public address system, ·aid bids to be In the olllcc of the School District of the City ot Connetlwtlle by five o'clock P. M . Mondjy. February G. 1030. Copies ot ^pcvHlcallons may bp obtained In the office of the School District In the Illch School Bulldlnc. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bkK C.lrmcl Caller, Secretary. Jan-10-17-:». IK-GRADE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM, LIVING DOOM. BEDHOO.M Sl'tTES. YOUR CilEDIT IS GCOD IIKllKl MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE SOJO VANTED--A Conne!!»villc beauty operator. Rooms 311, 312 First National Bank Bld£. Jlcna Je/Trics Beauty Service. Help Wanted--Male IAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to $45 first week. Automobile given as bonus. Write MHK 7011 Moroiouth. Cincinnati. Ohio. Situations Wanted--Female 36 YOUNG GIRL--Wants \\ork on Saturdays and evenings alter school. Write Box 300.'carts Courier. Financial Need Money ta-B SEED CASH--In a hurry? Well lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Merchandise Buildings, Building-Materials S3 IF IT IS--In the building supply line, we have It. Stone ft Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE'S HOW--You can nnd a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy productx your Uvo stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will und many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation OC The Dally Courier coven a large area and your advertisement will ba read by many people who aro looking tor Just tho things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads are payable In advance. You will find our rates In tho abovo Classified Hcadlne. - IT'S HARD to find fault with the Classified" Section . . . because you' can find practical!;/ everything else you need. USE YOUR telephone to tell a Classified TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE to 36 3S 3 3» 13 II 33 ACROSS 19--Repeals 1--A golf club 25--A flve dollar 20--Femalo 6--Manner of walking 10--la obedient 11--Adherent of Hinduism 12--Dbiembark 13--Unexpected 14--Garden too) 16--Indefinite article 17--Prepared 10--Second note of the acalc M--Mends K--Gem 24--By bill 26-- Slfrn of tha tnunltlv« mode 28--A constellation 30--Indifference 33--A knot tn wood 36--Helmet ahapcd part of a corolla 37--Let 28--German river 39--Grated 28--A sunk-fence 23--Raised 31--A linen vestment 32--Golf mound 34--A ahorl sleep 35--Employ 37--A note of the scale Answer to previous puzzle sheep 21--Senility _ 23--Symbol for erbium 25--The young of fishes 27--Precious stono DOWN 1--Shed 7--Conjunction feathers 8--A notion 2--Instrument 9--Subtwro- uscd Instead ncan passage of a sextant 11--An outcry 3--1/100 of yen 13--The ftrma- 4--A water- mcnt plug 15--Public 5--Part of notices "to be" 17--Sun god 6--Disease of IS--Period of sheep time Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOtTB DIG WHITE RAGS1 TOKN BIUNG THEM TO THE COOTUEI) OITICE PAY YOU DJ CASH FOB AL1. THAT YOU OIUHC I PEH POUND. ni:sr.KTto.v NOTICI:. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: My v l f r . N'ona Fisher, haune If ft my bed and board without just entire or provocation, t v.111 not be rc-sponMblc for any bills contracted by hrr. Gcorce Ft«h"r, Ft. D, 1. Dunbfir. P,i. l"jan-3Mlirj Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR PJSNT--Furnished bedroom. Inquire 213 E^st Apple street. Rooms (or Ilooseicecplnc FOR JUJNT--Two unfurnished rooms. O£dcn Street. Re il Estate tor Rent Apartments: and Flats 74 AVAILABLE AT ON'CE--Four room modern apartment In New Wesley Bultdinff. Extra large livlns room type, newly modernized kitchen anti hallway. Hot and cold water, !tcam heat, garbage removal. Janitor service, special laundry service. Apply Holler's Shoe Store. FOR KENT--Two room iumhhrd apartment. Ill East Patterson Avenue. Biliy Conn Meets Aposioli Feb. 10 in Return Fight By United Pr*i3 NEW YORK, Jan. 24 Billy Conn, «rn,i!iona] PittsbiirKh liphl-hcrivy- wctRht. meets "hnlf-crownfd" middleweight champ.on, f'rcddte Apo^- toh ot San Francisco ;n n retuin m.itch ;it 15 round-, on February 10, and the fight crowd rjwculntcd todny on whether Apostoh could rcdi.'cm himself over the longer hjul. Conn outpointed Apostoh, recognized as middleweight champion m New York, in n non-title Id-rounder recently. They were rcmatchcd- for a 15-round non-title scrap. Hymie Caplin, m.inager of Solly KricRer, recognized as rruddlevv eight king by the National Boxms A.'-hOcia- tion, jaid Uut "Aposioli will lick him this time. Tho kid cm't t.ikc punishment inside the late rounds." Jake Mmtz, Pittsburgh promoter, who paid Conn $17.50 for his fiist fiRht three years aRO. disagreed. He said, "don't let Billy's tendency to look tired mislead you. He is strongest when he seems weakest." Because o£ his first victory Conn will get an even split o£ the purse. Each «'ill receive 25 per cent ot the net gate. In the last fight, Aposioli took 30 per cent and Conn 17'4. It will be Conn's last light as a middleweight. Henceforth he will paign as a light-heavy until he gains the stature o£ a heavy. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Six room irodcrn dwelling. J. Donald Porter. Phone 768. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Beal Estate WJIAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent, someone else puts Into Real Estate. Why don't ou buy? Come In and talk it over. Tcrmsl PETER R. \VEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALfi OK RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNEIXSVELLE. PA. PHONE 873. Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--168 ACRE FARM--2 miles from City, large barn, house In best of condition, hardwood floors, bath and basement. DUNBAR--Three properties, consisting ot 2-tour room apartments, clx room house, store room and chop. 2,500. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Houses for Salo FOR SALE!--FOR SALBI SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located In Connellsvlllc. Scottdalc, E\crson, Mt. Pleasant and rural sections of Fajette County. Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly *-sta!lmcnts, 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5^o Interest, no flnnnce charge. It Interested, kindly write, phone or call In person. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL. BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. PHONE 1375. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. Perry Township Reserves Topple West Newton Five Pej-ry Township Reserves defeated West Newton iubstitutcs 31-11 in tho preliminary game at Pcrryopolis Friday night. Perry blanked the v.bit- ors in the fiiit quarter as they took a -!-0 lead nnd continued to outscoro the losers in every period as Ruman- cik paced the scoring with 10 points. The line-ups: West Newton G. Dchduca, f ~. 0 Lindazcr, £ 0 Hula, c 0 Evans, fi Sans, g Drosi, c Grogory, t Damerer, c w Totals . Terry Township Rumancik, X ,, _ B. Frcncy, I Baluch, c . Campbell, g Zackal, g Welling, f Lowther, g Totals . ,, _ 13 5 31 Non-scoring substitutes--Pomlon- dcr, Darkangelo. Score by periods: West Newton . , - 0 1 6 HOUSTON AVENUE. 2W -- Six room irame house with faath. In the very best ot condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at $1.500. Inquire. Paul Waconer, 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 143. Perry Township 4 12 0 Referee--Hozinec. 4--11 S--31 FOR SALE--Six room house wilh bath and furnace, nuc, $2.200. Phone 505. Two lots. Falrvlew Ave- Inqulre Robert NorrU. FOR SALE--500 Race Slrcct. larg» family house, steam heat, garage. Suitable as duplex. J. Donald Porter. Phone 768. FOR SALE--Modern flve room house, Austin Avenue. Toth. Cheap, Inquire ot Mrs. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any turuier trouble on your part. A FEW MINUTES spent In looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in setting just what you u.ant. , GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods. Put them on view through a Classified Ad. phone 12 or 13 lor an ad-taker. EACH Ot these ads brlnrs together two people--advertiser nrd reader--tor their mutual benefit and satisfaction MAKE BOTH end! meet-use , fled ad and £et « buyer. Arrest Dozen Persons. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 24.--In a concerted dtivc to rid the streets of. undesirables, local police made a clean-up Saturday night and hauled in a dozen persons on charges of disorderly conduct, drunkenness and loitering. - Tom Brown, Wife Fart. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 24.--Tom Brown, who won lame in juvenile roles on the screen, and his wife, the former Natalie Draper, have separated, it was learned here, were married in July, 1D37. They Will Probated. GREENSBURG, Jan. 24.--The will of A. F. Hough, late of Rostraver township, was probated heic. The estate is valued at $1,600 and Villiam L. Armstrong is executor. The estate has been willed to relatives. «" M. E. CORNE CHAPTER THIKTY-ONE i "Dear, no! Who would wish to CHIEF EL1AS was talking excitedly with his first lieutenant. At our entrance ho whirled around and ·waved something Mclntyre's face. "So you got It,' 1 pressing a smile. yellow before said Mtic, sup- harm dear Mrs. Horace?" "You think she committed suicide? "1 got it!" Ellis patted the pa- iper. "You let uomctiiing slip that ·Umc, Mac!" "What's he talking about?" Phil demanded. "Stop spiaking In riddles!" ·This Isn't for publication, Benson," the chief told him, and thrust the yellow slip Into his own pocket. "Kama, send In that actress!" Delia CraiK made on entrance with a capital "E". She quite toox away my breath. She was done up In a black velvet creation that hugged her closer than any wallpaper ever hugged a wall! Around her neck 'A as a string of pearls which were the sl?x5 of peas. "Good a-'tcrnoon," She greeted us tltroatlly. She arranged herself languidly In a chair, her big blnck eyes gazing soulfully upon Chief Ellis. "Good afternoon," he returned coolly. "Ah, please!" She leaned forward. "You are angry with me! This terrible affair"--she frowned, biting her full upper Up between her teeth--"I was not myself yesterday. You must forgive me!' "Quite all right, sold Ellla, forgiving her. Delia ilghed: "Poor Mrs. Horace. Such a dear, nwcct woman!" "She was u good friend of you"?" "I wfjj very fond of her." The actress lov, ercd her Incredibly curling lushes She registered pain. She "Suicide?" The actress pondered. "I'm afraid 1 can't answer that. Suicide seems so--so incred- Iblo to me. Life is too sweet!" "Thank you. That will be all for the present." "You are quite welcome." She arose, the gracious lady! Mclntyrc jumped to hla feet. "Allow me!" He escorted her to the door. "You arc most kind!" She smiled dazzllngly. "Is it true that we must remain in this house until the mystery is solved?" Mac returned her smile with in- j tcrest: "I'm afraid that it is," he said regretfully. "I daresay It is hard for you but," he looked her square In the eye, "but murder Is murder, a fact I'm afraid some of you are overlooking." "Oh!" Beneath her carefully applied makeup she turned pale. "Oh!" "However," he putted her arm, "you need not worry. Everything: will come out all right. Run along vatcd one eyebrow. "Miss Craig tc- curcd an Invitation for me. I am, If you recall, her leading man. Sh« brought me along so that we might rehearse some of the scenes in her new play. It opens next week." "I sec. But isn't it unusual to go touting off on a house party on th« eve of a new play?" "We didn't expect to be trapped here indefinitely!" "May 1 interrupt?" inquired Mo- Intyre meekly. What?said. oh, go ahead," EULa -and be careful!" "Yes--yea--I'll be careful," she made me sick! "Some baby," murmured Phil, and 1 ga\e him a nasty look. Men are such fools! "Is this your flrnt visit to tho Manor?" questioned the chief, diffidently, as though loath to intrude -upon .filch grief. "My very" "How did you happen to come here?" The lathe-* lifted. "Mra. Horace Invited n o " "By letter?" "Yes. She wrote to me in New York." "How long have you been n, friend of the family, Mis* Craig?" "f met the Withorfipoons several seasons ago In Florida." "Flondr.. eh? And fa tids the first time you've seen them SINCE?" ·The very Drat," replied Delia Craig. "I nee. Between the two of us, Miri Craig"--he leaned forward confidentially--"have you any Idea \vho committed the crime?" "1?" She was obviously shocked. sold slowly. "I will be CAREFUL.." "Now what hen Mac got onto?" t demanded of Phil. He replied cryptically: "When the time comes he'll pull the rabbits out of the hat." The next one called was Reginald Alnsworth, he of the golden curls and he created somewhat ot a diversion In the routine, for In Its way his entrance was a-s effective as Delia's. He minced Into the room shaking his shoulders from side to side In a manner to suggest that Tim's suspicions were 001 wholly groundless. "Handsome, isn't he?" I gushe Into Phil's car and was rcwarde. with a grunt o' disgust. "Such eyes!" "Such girlishnees!" snorted Phi! I amilcd to myself. Two can play games as well as one! 'MISTER Alnsworth 7" oskcc Ellis, stressing the mister." Reg) Yes. MISTER e glared at him. Alnsworth!" "Sit down, please." Ellis llghtct a long, black cigar. "Smoke?" 'Thank you, no." Reginald wrln klcd his nose and coughed suggcs lively. "Now, Alnsworth." Ho blew great cloud of smoko in that youn man's direction, "You're somethln ot a dark horse among us. Suppos you give mo your history, so speak." "What do you wish to know? "Well, lor one thing, why did yo come to the Manor?" "I came with Miss Craig, as told you a day or so ago." "Uninvited? "Dear-no!" The blond youth ele "Thanks." Mac inclined his head. He turned to the actor. "MISTER Alnsworth, was there any special reason why Miss Craig and your- If accepted this invitation to tlr» ousc party?" "Why"--Reginald hesitated--"I on't suppose It's any secret--" "Well ?" "Well, you see--Miss · Orals oped to induce Mr. Horace With- rspoon to provide the additional acking necessary for the play'* ?cnlng." "Indeed!" -Yes." "Oh, I'm not doubting your word," Mac assured him, "just ccmcd a trifle odd to me. Never anelcd Mr. Horace as a patron of fto theater!" "He Isn't, especially," Reginald dmltted artlessly, "but being a good friend of Delia's, she thought might help us out." "Had you over met any of tho amlry before you came here?" Mc- rityrc changed his tactics. "I had met Mr. Horace," Reginald replied promptly. "Naturally, : hesitated about barging in ,on a "amlly party, but Delia insisted." "Docs Mr. Horace visit New York frequently?" "Well--" and although Mae had )ut the question casually enough, t seemed suddenly to dawn upon Reginald that he vvaa Imparting Interesting and perhaps private informal Ion. "Well, what?" prompted Mac. "I--I'm afraid I can't say." "But you met him in the city with Delia Craig recently? Quits recently?" "Three weeks ago," the actor replied reluctantly. "Delia told him then she vvas bringing me down*" "So!" Mac exclaimed and relaxed so completely that I thought he would fall from the edge of his chair. 'That's all, Alnsworth, Any further questions, Ellis?" Ellis shook his head. The blond youth scampered off. Tho chief apologized and left the room. _ · Myself, I vvas stunned! Mr. Hor-" ace and Delia Craig! "So Mr. Horace Isn't the type!" crowed Phil. "Elsie, my girl, you've a lot to learn about men 1 /* (To Be Contfnuod) Gun Girl Escapes ;''.ra?r*p* .?n *s.WS r ' "-V" %lii ^ Isahcllc Mess me r Living up to her reputation, Isabella Mcssmcr, 23, "two-pun" girl who Jed Newark, N. J., police an exciting chase a year ago, again spurred police to action by escaping from thd New Jersey reformatory for women at CUnton. (Central Tress) Plane Passengers Sing in Water To Keep Spirits High Continued from Page Nine, water tiying to save Miller. By the tune the plane had sunk Captain Alderson had organized the survivors in a circle. They had no ropes to lash their belts together, so they joined hands to keep from drifting apai t. In the center of the circle they put those who seemed to b( weaker. The weather was moderate for tin first two hours, then it began to gc colder. The bodies of the three deac could not bo seen, but it was fcarcc that they would attrack sharks Richardson and Chapman took turn swimming around the circle, splash ing and yelling to f lighten any awn} They sang, attempted to tell jokes talked about how soon they coul expect rescue. At dusk a light rrnow began falling. The lights of a ship passed m the distance. The} screamed until they were hoarse bu the ship was too far away. It was about r o'clock when the Es so Baytown came into view, rockets shooting from its deck, its search light playmg on the churning wat ers. She WPS searching for the sur vivois, but might have missed thci had not Chapman and Richardso swum away from the circle toward her and made themselves htard b shouting to those on deck. Mrs. Maggie B. Slpe Die-,. SOMERSET, Jan. 24.- -Mrs. Maggie Blough Sipe, 54, of Kring Station, wife of John E. Sipe, died Monday at a Johnstown hospital. She leavei her husband, her father, four children, two brothers and three half-sisters. Lindbergh Denounced. MOSCOW, Jan. .24.--Co l o n e Charles A. Lindbergh, famed Amer Scan flier, was denounced as a "re actionary Fascist agent of Hitler an Chamberlain" in the English editio of the Communist Internationale, or gan of the Comintern. Fatigue of the Aged Fought Wrth Tonics Condition Manifests Itself in Loss of Appetite, Sleeplessness, But Yields fo Treatment, Dr. Ctendening Says By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. PHYSICIANS and nurses who are not used to treating elderly pec- sons often arc puzzled by a peculiar Etatc of Hstlessncss, and mental confusion, and fatigue. There is n slight temperature and a soreness of the tongue nnd a general digestive upset. This condition is-well known to Epcciolists in diseases o- old age, geriatrics, and is called senile toxemia. The first symptoms usually complained of are weakness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and lack of strength. Treatment usually is satisfactory. The diet-should be maintained whether there is appetite present or not. Bitter tonics containing small amounts of nux rom- ica in gentian compound bring about a rapid restoration. Con trsdietJos In the general care of the agcc we meet with very contradictory advice, especially from old people themselves, who aro very liable to ascribe their advanced years to some Dr. Clcndoning will answer questions of general interest only, and then only through his column. particular thing that they have been doing all their lives. For instance William Cullcn Bryaut said: "I have reached a pretty advance! period of life -- 78 years and · months--without the usual infirm ity of old age. How far this is th effect of my -way of life is perhap uncertain. 1 arise early, at thi time of year about half past five, immediately, with very little er.cum brancc of clothing, begin a series o exercises for the most part designcc to expand the chest. These arc per f onncd with dumbbells and polo ani a horizontal bar. After a fall hou of this, I batho from head to fool My food is simple--hominy and mitt and apples for breakfast After breakfast I walk to the office of th 'Evening Post', nearly three mile distant, and after three hours wal home. In the country I am engage in my literary task until a f eelang o weariness drives mo out into th open air and I go into my garde and prune the trees or perform other work." This may have been all right fo William Cullen Bryant, but it woul certainly kill roost of tie old pcop! I know. The only conclusion we ca reach is that William Gallon Bryan must have been pretty husky to be gin with. This From Franklin We also have some advice from Benjamin Franklin: "It Is recorded of Mcthusolcm who, being the longest liver, may b supposed to have best preserved h health, that he slept always -in tl open air; fdr, when ho had live 600 years an angel said to hii 'Arise, Methusalem, and build tht an house, for tlioa shalt live yet 51 years longer,' but Mcthosalem x »wercd and said, 'Ifl am to iivc b BOO years longer, it is not wort wbflc to build mo an house--I m cep In the air? as I have been used' do.'" Certainly Mothusalcm should t» e.bcst authority on the care of old gc, but one wonders whether Bennun Franklin spoke for him or ot. This advice IB certainly coa- rary to what we said earlier in th« cek, that the elderly should be rotcctcd against draughts and haagcsof tcmporatarc.. Perhaps one conclusion to the ucstion of the care of the aged is to t them do what they want to do, ecause they are probably going to o it anyway. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS P. Y.: "Is it troe that you can get anccr from tomatoes that were ·ookcd in a galvanized kettle?" Answer--No. Neither tomatoes or galvanized kettles cause cancjer. Cancer ocean in animals and sav- ges who have never been near tomatoes or galvanized kettles. H. M,: "Docs mineral oil (Rns- ian oil) have any bad effects on he bowels or the stomach, such as ruination of the bowel muscles?" Answer--No. Mineral oU hat no oad effect on,any part of tho digestive tract. It is soothing rather than rritating and no matter how long it s taken, it docs not leave this effect. E. S.: "Is the continuous use of isyllium seeds likely to cause any mm? I take three tcaspoonfuls three times daily." Answer -- There are man? instances of psyllinm seed becoming mpactcd in the bowel and causing obstruction. In my opinion psyUium seed is one of the worst of the mild cathartics. 0. T. F.: M I am a woman 50 Tears old, and have had high blood pressure for about four years. It docs lot get over 190 to my knowing. The doctor says my heart is mil right. Would yon kindly give mo * menu for a day--breakfast, Itmcb- eon and dinner?" Answer--In general the azsoat f food eaten is more important in ligh blood pressure than the kind f food. It is the consensus of opinion that meats should be reduced and emphasis placed on vegetables and fruits. I snggest as a mcnn: BREAKFAST: Grapefruit, 01 orange, or bananas, or prunes, or pear, or an apple (in fact, any fruit); buttered toast or shredded wheat with cream and sugsx; neither coffee nor tea affect blood pressure. LUNCHEON: Cottage cheese; f roit salad; any kind of cake as a dessert; glass of milk.-DINNER': Vegetable soap or any cream, soap; small helping of meat--fish, fowl, game or red meat; bread and butter; any two vegetables; io» cream and cake; coffee. " . - EDITOR'S NOTE:' Sfm MMlfclrt. In Dr. Clcndenlnc c»n now U obuuud to ·eoainc 10 cent* !a cola, for each. *ad t, ·clfHuUrened envelope «t*np«d with umv^ent stjunp, to Dr. LOCKO ClauSen- IBS, In care of this piper. The punphleto «! '"rhrt« Wedo' Kolaclni Dltf'. '(la. digestion ud CoMttsttlon". "K*e?tttias »od GilninE". "Infant Fevdlne". "la* ctruetlons for the Treatioeat cf DUbAta" Taninlae Hrxid." uut -H, Cue* xi« JUlr ud Ekta.-

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