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r '.PAf" EIGHT. THE DAILy COURIER, CONNhJbL,SVD J L1i3, PA. TUESDAY, 'JANUARY.IS, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- - · Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. a Ads to Be Run 3 Times: .-, Per line, 7c cash: 8c charge. "1 These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ; - : ;.;"- / There are five (5) average words to each line. Cards:of:Than!s//;50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Speaa/--Y§ur : Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special ' : "NorAd. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or Move: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. Announcements Card of Thanks MEESE--I desire to thank the man} - --friends.'-'kind neighbors "and . relatives ""/or the assistance rendered.'me during ,-my recent sad bereavement, the. death - -ot-my beloved- daughter^-- Mlsa "Nellie" ." 'Mccsc.."Especially do 1 desire.to.tharor - the-minister;-JRey. R. E. Whlttemore. " pastof".b'f"thc First Baptist Church of ; Scotldalc-.'uic.Jjanbearcrs, (hos.c.who sent- the - beautiful flowers.- those^-whc. M kindly' furnished " car»r'and' au""who assisted Imc In . any way;;_Mrs. -Pean Holh;_Tnothcr. ~ -- Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ·.Flowers and Mom-nine Goods- 4 -BASKETS' · SPRAYS - -AT REASONABLE PRICES)' '··'·".'. ' ' ' P. R. DcMUTH «:" SONS " . ' ' ' C-VILLE--59- SCOTTDALE--83« ~ Funeral Directors ." --SIBEL FUNKIIAL HOME-- · oe Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Strayed. Lost, Found 10 LOST--Girl's wrist watch. Friday night, between E. Crawford and Murphy avenue.'.'Reward. Betty Dabcrko. 117 S. PlttsburR street.- · - LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female. Reward for any. information or return. H..-T. . Llnlnscr.-;' Springfield Pike. Phone-4UB-R-3. you-CANT GO WRONG .'.'...'.:: --IN BUYING ONE OF THESE ·· · -- . · EXCELLENT : ... -- USED CARS1 TtfB FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD -AT THE · P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS IStll Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KJTND EXCEPT LICE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER, MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates. Janv* A. Laughlln. Insurance. 309 First NaUoruil Bank Building. ' Phono £20. Movlnr. Trucking. S to race 25 -. -.rrAutombtiveir 7 ."--. 1533:Ford 4-cyIindcr 2-door Sedan.-a ·clean buy at .. ?275 1930 Ford 2-door Sedan for '. * 09 :I929 Ford 2-door Sedan In good con- -dltlon ./ -..; * 96 i 1931'Plymouth'4-door Sedan »3 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan ~--^----S75 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. (4-cyllmSer) _ ITS 1930 Ford (4-cylmdcr) Coupe.In "A- No. I" condition, priced to sell at $99 The Above Mentioned Cars Can · : Be Bought ThrouRh Our Easy Payment PUnl 1934 Ford 14-ton Pickup, at A Barcaln. SEE OUR DISPLAY-Of 1933, JfOO and 1937 Models of Fords. Chcvrolcts. Dodges, Oldsmobiles. "Bulcks and -others. Everyone thor- ouRhly inspected and ready for the Tread. See them today: : DULVS TRANSFER It STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every load uuured Modern storage for household goods. Wo do craunjs for shipment by ralL Phone SO. 122 East Peach street. '." -"Automobiles" for Sale' 11 - "O.-K.- USED ::r. '. NOW ON DISPLAY .".-".:. -: - ,ON OUR :USED CAR-: LOT?- ;;.-. · - WEST - CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO. WERTHEIMER. MEN'S STORE, ~ AND ALSO · ; INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT - ·'-· .-··" 127 WEST. APPLE,STREET. .":'.:.".'.. . . . - MASON. MOTOR · COMPANY. · - - . Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock.. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 103. LATE MODEL USED CARS! · HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE..PENNA. . PHONE 407. GOOD-WILL USED CAres. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 258 E CRAWFORD AVE- PHONE 1234 .~ '.FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E -VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E CRAWFORD'AVE. PHONE 243. - IT IS ONLY necessary-" to tell people where real bargains arc to bo found and crowd will soon be 'there. Classified ads are constantly pointing .'the way to real . value for hundreds of people who regularly · look to them (or guidance. YOUR MONEY.REFUNDED U you get the desired 'results* before your od expires: Why not advertise that extra dresser? IN DOING business the Classified Way you arc influenced to buy nothing except your own needs and the valuo of the coods. offered. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of ConncUsvtlle and vicinity. · A CLASSIFIED AD can find the righ- klnd of a Job for the right kind of man or woman. """ " 'HERE'THEY ARE! JUST TWO LEFT! ? 2--1837 Ford.V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice o f : ' · - -Deluxe Club Cabriolet .,, '.'.'; .1. ... ,or ' . ' ' . .. ·~~:~Dclaxe 4-door .Touring Sedan. Both'. Are Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage and Selling With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced , . '.-. Prtcesl BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1938" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. The World's Best Terms! .. · . Very Good Trades And Demonstrations I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY - AUTHORIZED . FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. - HONE. 407. Open Evcningsl Open Sundays! rrinllnc. Encravlnc. Blndinr VI E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Loiter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Canlsl--For Sale CarCsl Calling Cards!--Hand Dills I--Binding I No Trmpaaslntf Signs For SAUt All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. COURIER BLDO. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Profession*! Service* 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other curgical appliance*. A- A. Clarke. P1LC. Druggist. 323 North Pttuburx street Phone 1M. DR. CEO. E. DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWOItTU BLOC. PHONE 120-J. Empioymcnt Help Wanted--Male YOUNG MARRIED MAN--Of good character and with auto, to fill vacancy in going business. Instructions given to beginner. Salary, drawing account or commission. Singer Sewing Machine Company. 117 S. Plttsburs St. WANTED--Messenger boy--Must be High School graduate. Steady work for the right party. Apply at the Western Union, So. Pittsburg St. Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers XAL--Run of mine; lOc and 12c bushel. Screen, nut or tump 14c. Slack lOc. Cash on delivery. Phono 134I-M. Rendlne. :OAL--0-lt. Connellsvlllo coking, tump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ. Ion nut eoal and largo lump. Coke, all sizes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c and 13c delivered. George W. Kern, ConnelUvlile. Phone 41J1-R-11. I1EST QUALITY--9 ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc buihel delivered. Cah. Koballa Bros. I'hono SOT;. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull i Son. Phone CvUle. 107: Scoltdalr. WS: Dawion. tan. COAL--0-ft. run of mine and screened. Price* reasonable. Prompt delivery. Call 534. Flint. BEST CUSTOM COA1,-100 bu. or over. lOc, lie and Kc bushel, cash, delivered. Joe McGlnnls. Phone 16W-I1. Household GoocSs STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL ruFLvrruRE. HUGS AND STOVKS. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE! LARCH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSnUHG ST. PHONE SOM. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OK--Used Jurplturt Including coal, cas and combination ranges and heaters. Also some good pianos at bargain prices. PULL'S STORAGE. 122 EASTTEAC1I ST. PHONE 50. Musical Merchandise 62 FOR SALE-- Milton player piano, good condition, reasonable. Also rolls. 113 Grant street. Scottdale. PA. 66 Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23. car« Courier, stating condition of machine, price, r-^d style number. WANTED TO BUY--Used coffee urn t» use In church kitchen. Call 347-J. Business Service Business Service Offered IS SI OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any scwtnc machine In^your home. Parts extra. Phono 890. * Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 9645. DrcssmaMne and Millinery 21 DRESSMAKING -- Remodeling, rclinlng. Fur coats a specialty. 120 S. Cottage avenue. Phone 2094, TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 13 16 3: 3S-- 20.. . ·2S 21- fa.- IS 12. ZZ- 41-.-; 30 1 sr ACROSS;-VI--Echo - '10-^-Choypliig:" :·'....;·-tool'.:;,-.. ::·'.';:.: · 11--Intention ' ,25-12--Either side the total of of a trlonglel28--To consume 13--A plant with 29--Definite tendrils for article climbing 31--The chief 15--The dross of. -part" - .metal 33--Hourly ..16--The, poplar. .35--To border .. , .tree tsouth- 37--To cut down west United 38--Gold monc- States tary unit of 18--Town In ' Bulgaria northern S9--A stupid, In- France. ' . . effective ac- 19--To Jellify . tor (slang) 20--Fixed 41--Highest note charge for '- · of Gutdo's admission scale 22--Yea 42--An ancestor DOWN ;: i--Plunders , orrType .meaa- 2--Banishment - -ure · · ' . . - 3--^EUrellng" 7--An alien ele- 4--Radium--" . menUn:- symbol . . . metal-.--.,. · 6--Art/apron S--Harass:;..:_. top 9--A food product, · · 14 -- Girl's nick- 30-- -A' shout to" ' "" "*""« · attract at- 15-Thercfore - - . tention ~ . 17-- Frequently 32-- Pronoun".. '\ Ing) mountain 21--Greek letter 36--A resinous 23--Astral ' secretion 26--A brown 30--Fifth letter earth of the He- '27--A "delicate brew alpha- purple ' bet " . 29--Woody 40--Pronoun - plants · - - · Answer to previous puzzle Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 AT ONCE--1 man--1 lady to handle our line. Annual Winter Sale brinsinff real earnings. Equipment free. Write Immediately. Real Silk Hosiery Mills, Pittsburgh. Ia. Financial Need Money 4B-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy Tor Cash and Savel ONLY ONE THING--Needed to get up to $300 here:--The ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Corae in NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE, Livestock DOES, Cats, Other Pets 47 WANTED--Good home for Eskimo Spitz dog. Call 1117. · I'oultry, EKCS and Supplies 49 FOR SALE--200 Layini! Lcehorn hens, nine months old. Phone Dawson 3G72. Merchandise Articles tor Sale 51 MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at le per each. Can be used for lining your " garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Office. Buildings, Building Materials 53 FOR SALE AT BARGAIN. PRICES--Used brick, old lumber, .windows, sashes, flooring. Coal. Phone, 1854-R. ·· SEE US--Before you build that garagc.- Our. prices are right. Stone : Work, Phone 1700. ""·: .Farm and Dairy Products' 55 : · · - ' ' ·- MR. FARMER HERE'S MOKES IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a^ small .Inexpensive Classified Ad jn our · Classified · Section which "will" find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm implements, and household goods? You will .find many..people--who .want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has a . large rural circulation which makes it the · popular choice among the- farmers and assures you that your message will re.-.ch the people who arc In the market for your products. Vou will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In CLASSIFIED purchasers aro not re* gretted bccaues they arc only made whci the buyer needs to buv and tho BCllc needs to sell. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card ca.-.c? Let us run a I-oit and Found ad Juit phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- for you taker. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5o" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKZ YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Furnished bedrooms. Corner E. Crawford and Francis Avc. Phono 1421-w. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. J210 vino street. FOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms for HBht housekeeping. 1101 Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS--Private bath. Light, heat, gns furnished. No children. 122 W. Peach street. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly painted, good condition. Anna B. SchmiU. corner Crawford and Acrh. FOR RENT--Three or four room furnished .iportmcnt. 510 N. PJttsburc street. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE--Cunningham Shop on Gallatin Avenue. Inquire 316 Ogdcn street. Houses for Rent 77 EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE--Nine room brick and six room frame house. East . Apple, strict, five rooms and'sun porch. East End, eight rooms, 2 acres ground, double garage. PETER R. WEIMER, WEIMER ARCADE. FOR RENT--Five room house, bath, modern conveniences, hot water heat. 110 South 4th Street. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. pyi. PHONE 975. _ _ _ _ Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath, stcnm heat. House in good repair. Lot 40x140 feet. 13SS South Pittsburs street. $3.000. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. THE CLOSER sou slick to classified .idh the closer your motir-.v will stick to you and the farther it will so when you spend it Temp/e Ba//ey CHAPTER SI AS THE pneumonia held mo in 1U clutch 1 drifted away from realities Into a world which had to do with appalling heights which I could never scalo--a world hi ·which a thousand Christmas can- idles burned with a heat which consumed me, a world In which Mml with her frightened eyes re- .axlcd, and two women In white ttook her place. ; Nurses! They did for me the things that Mlmi had not known Jiow to do. Made me unspeakably comfortable with their cxpcrtncss. There were doctors, too, besides the one who looked after the sick of our community. These visiting doctors were rather dominant and nplcndld, and the nurKcs Jumped at a word from them. They listened to my breathing with tubes which they stuck In their cars; they tapped my chest and back with expert angers, to catch the dull echoes from my congested ·lungs. It seemed to me that with the coming c-f these doctors and nurses cvcrythtag in the house hod changed. There was an air of lux- ·ury--conveniences for the sickroom magically appeared--when "the door of the living room opened, it glowed with a now brightness. Mlml drifting In and out wore 'some o£ her silken negligee. It ·mu all puzzling, and I did not try ;lo solve the puzzle. These things were, perhaps, but a part of my ircam. and 1 should wako to find wrualor and ugliness still about ine. It wns at this time that I lost the numcs, lost the doctors, lost Minu, loat all consciousness of tho roorr I was In, thu rooms beyond, one the mountains that encompasses us. I seemed to wander on the '.horca ot a vast blue sheet o: water, nbouti-ir; desperately to the nkles, "Father!" And when I hod shouted until 1 was hoarse, and was too tired to fitruggle on, suddenly my father nrurwcred, "Jerry, my son." Of course, It was only a dream Jbut It quieted me.' £ leaned on hi ·itrcngtii as I had leaned as boy '1 seemed to hear his voice saying 'the nimylc prayers, tho lovely ISTaco- - He seemed, too, to talk to MImJ Hret I knew they had never met-(that what 1 heard were phantom conversations. "I wrote to Olga--and she sen mo tho money . .." Had I dreamed that? Oh. (must have dreamed It And again: "If there Is a God rwhy doesn't He lot Jerry and m [bo happy 7 M And that long talk which seemed Ito drift In from the other room (out of a long silence. "He was always fanciful child iMlml." i "I thought ho lied to me." ' "His mother thought that, too Un his early years. His irangina jtion embroidered everything.' i -Well, I blamed him." ! "It hurt him as much as you. ! "How do you mean?" . . "All his castles tumbled. There iwas only yo« left, Mlml." , "And I foiled him." ; "Do you think you did?" ' "Yeo. I stayed because I was ashamed to go back." "Yet, you do love him?" "I know It now. Oh, ho wa. ouch, a darling, always. Tryln 'to fit mo Into this life when h anted me, more than anything, be a princess In a castle. Don't I sec that was tho trouble? £ jicw ho wanted the castlo and o princess In It. And I couldn't that; not up here. So I shut him ut of njy life " Her voice died away In a whis- :r. 1 was aware of the nurse imlng In. I opened my eyes and Id, "I have been dreaming." hod pleasant throaty 1 thought when you were well that we might pay it tack " Dense blackness scorned to engulf inc. How could I pay anything? Once more my worries weighed me down. I heard Miml naylng, anxiously,"Oh, I'm afraid Tvc talked too much." 1 managed to smile at her. "Not a bit, my dearest. But I'll She ugh. "1 should say you had akcd up while I was gone." She Id a finger on my pulse, smoothed y pillow, went to tho door and lid, "Ho la conscious. Do you ant to come In?" And there was my father, no ngcr a figure of fantasy, but In o flesh, and he was saying, Jerry, my dear son " And Mlml was on her knees bode the bed. "Oh, Jerry, you each--to come back like this--I .nought you had drifted- away om mo forever.". One day I said to Mlml, -Did ou really ask Olga for money? r did 1 dr;am It?" "I did. Jihc wrote a noti! to you n Christmas day, Jerry, gjid sent iack the dull, and I read the note Because I thought It might need n answer. Would you like to avo me road it to you no'v?" She brought It, presently, to my «dsldc. "My dear Jerry," Olga said, "I wimt Mlml to have the oil, and I don't want yon to pay 1L 1 wish we mighl all be rlends. I tun going to be married oon, and I think I have never had uito this kind of happiness be- ore. It makes me wont to reach ut and take tho hand of cvery- no I have seemed to harm, or ·ho has been my enemy." "May the New Year bring yiju our heart's desire. Jerry, as I am sure It Is bringing mine, and will ou give my love to Miml? PT- she doesn't want It, but end It just the same, and If there s anything 1 can ever do 1'or either try to sleep." I couldn't sleep, however. Questions of ways and means beat f you, let Kit Knew." Mlml laid dom the le'lter. came on Christmas morning, crrr, when everything was drc«d- lil. A blizzard was raging, and the doctor said you ought to fu.vc and I was almost frantic. Then one of tho men brought liic maU and Olga's letter was in It, and tho cloIL And somehow, as 1 read the note, I began to feel thai )lga meant what she paltL Thai she really wanted to help. So '. list sat down and wsote to he: ind I told her the truth. All about low things are here. "My dear girl ' "It had to be tho truth, Jerry, or nothing. I simply couldn't accept things under false pretenses. And rldo doesn't amount to much vhcn death stares us in the face Do you know, Jerry, that In a way C was glad to tell her? It was like drawing a long free breath after being in a stifled room. 1 There was a radiance about he which was like that of the ol days. against my brain. 1 must, of · course, sell the race)" And why not? It had brought .ae nothing but poverty, humiliation, unhappl- ncss. Mlmt and I would seek some other field. I was not, It seemed, ever again play the part of hero on the tage of life. My leg would mend, ut not for mo would bo the glory war. Four manuscripts had. ome bade to mo during my 111- css. 1 had made Mlml tell me, though she had tried to hide the ruth. So, what was 1 after all? cither warrior bold, nor budding cnins. I was simply a sick boy, ho, with eyes fixed on the stars, id lost the road. The way seemed very dark be- rc me, and In the darkness I lund myself whispering, "Give me ourago. God, give me strength--" strength seemed to flow Into 1C before I slept. The next day I talked the tuatlon over with my father.. "I want to sell the ranch." "Why think about It now, Jerry T Volt until you ore well." "1 must think about it Mlml and 1 can't stay here. 1 can't vork, and I can't afford to hire Hayes." "I con work," my father sold, and 1 con stay on. I am not ceded at home." , . "What about your church ?" "They ought to have a younger man. They do not know It, but my bscncc will give them a chance "It to find out" "And you are willing to let go so cosily?" "It will not be cosy. But It may i best My people arc loyal, but ly day will soon be over, and I'd rather leave them while they love e." He was as strong and steadfast t a fine old oak. 1 envied him and said so. "I wish I could face life i you do, father." Ho smiled down at me. "We , corn to face things as the years go on." "Set, you don't seem to be unhappy." "We are never really unhappy it wo stop thinking of happiness as the goal." "What Is the guil?" "The happiness of others." I was impatient at that and told ilm so. "I mean to have happiness for myself." I cannot tell how much, In the days that followed, my Inaction fretted me. As soon as I could sit "Oh, Jerry, Jerry," she said, "I I had only faced the truth before.' If wo had both faced It," said. She curled her fingers abcni mine. "Well, all that's over now Isn't It? And we'll start straight. But wo didn't start strolghi For what she said after a mo incnt's silence altered the whol aspect of things for me. "You sec, Jerry, there was one else I could ask. Mother waa In Florida with Aunt Bcrniccran I couldn't have told her anyhow I insisted that It must be a loan up the nurses went away. Dora did tho housework. Timothy played the part of valet, fetching ind carrying for me, tirelessly. Miml and my father went down each morning to look after the affairs of the farm. They were a picturesque pair, for my father hod doffed his black coat and was In corduroy, with a fur Jacket and a .'ur cap that covered his cars. Miml, too, wore riding clothes, i She seemed eternally busy and my father sang her praises. (To P« Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 A REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE ROAD, 716-71S WEST SIDE--Twelve room doublr house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at onco to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to 51.MO. PAU1, WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. MB. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with sun parlor, heat, all conveniences. Nicely finished and In Rood condition. West Sltlc. £UOO. Robert Norrls. Phone 305. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD-Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new stuain furnace. Karngn and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. P.rlco is reason able. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTV. GAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WILLS ROAD--Two fine homos, modern in .every respect. Green street exten- - sion, live room buncalow, hot water heat. ?2.CSO. Very low taxes. Many others. · PETER R. WEIMER, ' WEIMER ARCADE. Auctions--Legals Local Notices, 91 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C. D. PIERN. ALSO known as Crescenzlo DIPlerno, late of Connellsville, Fayctte County, Pa., i censed. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the under- slk'nVd, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to tho said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, ond all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make Known the same. Rosa Piern . Administratrix, 209 N. Sixth Street. Counellsvllle. Pa. · Maxwell E. Lizz.i. Attorney. IBjun-St-tues. rilKltK AUK many ihlni!: obtainable nmmcli trie Cl.uiifict! Ads thnt U would be diOicul', to Set In any other way. Mumps Is No Joke III, But a Serious Disease «y LOGAN CI.ENDEN1NG, M. D.i A FAMOUS Dr. GoocU in 1758 named It. Ho referred to "a spa- clcs of tumour called by tho comm o n p e o p l e mumps." Sou probably t h i n k It is a kind of joke disease, but It Is for from that. And you would p r o b a b l y assume that we know all about it. B u t t h e staid Guy's Hos- · p l t a l Reports, Issued by the famous London hospital, h a v e seen at to renew the whole subject. 1 know from my own experience how troublesome It can be. During the war, in an army camp hospital, wo often had measles and meningitis and everything else. But at times all of these would die down. Mumps, however, we had with us always. There were always about ten soldiers quarantined with this apparently trivial complaint. The "tumour" to which the old English physician referred, was the swelling of one of the salivary ·glands, usually the ones under the c^r, the parotid, but sometimes the Or. Clendenlng Dr. Clcndenlng will answer questions of general · interest only, and then only through his column. ones under the jaw. Besides the swelling, the patient suffers acute pain whenever lie takes anything into his mouth. A way to test this is to give some lemon Juice to sip --it's more like a dirty trich than i test. The Guy's hospital report dealt ivJth boys In a school, and the age ncidence was about 35 per cent for the ages between Qvi and ten years, and 45 per cent between ten and fifteen years. The later ages are more Important, because the complications are more frequent and serious then. How Infective Is It? How Infective Is mumps? They were able to tell pretty well from one experience. A boy returned to school and slept his first night In a dormitory with nine other boys. Tho next day he came down with mumps. Of the nine boys, five had never had mumps and two of them came .down with it. But twenty- three other boys In the school came down with It--all from one contact. This same experience showed the Incubation period. The first boy came down with It sixteen days after his companion had brought It. to school. Tho last boy twenty- three days after tho contact. Mumps Is a virus disease and has been transmitted to monkeys. It enters the body through the mouth, getting Into the ducts of the salivary glands that way. Tho complications make It Important. The Inflammation of the reproductive glands may make for. tragedy In after life. This complication practically never occurs In younger boys, only In those ovei 14. Keeping the patient hi bed prevents It In practically every case. So as a word of advlco to parents, .do not regard mumps aa trivial or as a joke, and keep the child In lied for several days after the acute period. EDITOR'S NOTE- Seven pnmphlctj bv Dr. CIcndeninR can now be obtained by sending 10 cents m coin, for each, and a aelf-acidresscd envelope stamped with a Uirce-rent stamp, to Dr. Logan I'lcndcmng, In care o! this paper. The pamphlets are: "Three Weeks' Reducing Diet". "Indigestion and Constipation". "Reducing and Gaining". "Infant Feed- Infi". "Instructions for tho Treatment of Dlatjetffs . "Feminine Hygiene" «id "Tfce Care of the Hair and skin". Meyersdole MEYERSDALE, Jan. 18,--Francis Swearman died Thursday night at his homo in Glade City, after a week's illness, at the age of 79 years, where ho conducted a general store, and was well-known and highly respected by the whole community. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. Earl Bcynon. Mrs. William Bcal. Oscar and Fred Sweannnn. all ot Mcycrs3alc, Mrs. Henry Rcsh and .William Swcarman ot Cleveland, Ohio, and George Sweniinnn of Thomas, W. Va Twenty-one ijrandchildren and sii great-grandchildren also survive with the following brothers and. sisters: George Swearman of Summit Mills, Joseph Swearman, Mrs. Lewis CSelRer and Mrs. Clara Swcarman, all of Meyersdalc, R. 0. Funeral service was held Sunday at his late home. Ucv. H. K. llilncr, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church of which deceased was a member, officiated. Interment was in the Union Cemetery

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