The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1938 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 25, 1938
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(^E EIGHT THIS DA1.L,Y COUK1JSK. CUNNliLiL,SVl.LJ-.:E;, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, ID38. Courier C/ass*/*ed Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearfy Rates Upon Request. (j, . Ads to Be Run 3 Times: r-, ^ Per line, 7c cash; So charge. LJ Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line. 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based Qn Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. (l / . · Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Tpker. 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! -Announcements - Card of Thanlis WEIDINGER--We sincerely thank our · friends for tlic klndnca-anil sjmpathy 1 extended 'IK durthf ourr recent bc- · refinement, the death of-our husband -»nfl father. Michael WcidClRer Espocl: ally do %\clllia»)c.those .who sent floti- · en and those -who- donated, cars. Mrs. Michael Weldlngcr and famll. -- In Memoriam -3 COHE.V-- In loving memory ol our bc- . lovod on. Da\ld Mack^Cohcn. ; "^OUcri dojwe \uindcr~ -- - ' To a ernxc no( far away. Where "^vc laid our darling David. Just slx'jcars ago today. - Mother and Daddy. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 --R-E-C-O-N'-D-I-T-I-O-N-E-D-- --G-U-A-R-A-N--T-E-E-D--A -U-T;O-M-O-B-1-L-E-S---that offer dcpendabie transportation «l economical prices Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SP«AYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! P B DeMUTIi SONS C VILUB--53 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors FUNERAL DIRECTOR WILUAM A McNANAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE 145 N CAULATIN AVF UN1ONTOWN PHONE 373 s CHAPEL, SERVICE---^ jgsp Pontiac 4-door-DcLuxo Sedan 4-door Sedan, equipped 1530 Chevrolet, with trunk J933 Ford Tudor Sedan $275 4-cyllndcr model Plenty o£ miles per callon 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any «ewine machine In your home Parts extra Phono 800 Troutman's UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK Call FISHER. Phono 0643 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE · ALL KIND EXCEPT UFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1373 T. D GARDNER. MGR. 1930 Ford Fordor Sedan 580 DcLuxc model v.lth 4-cMlndcr engine 1030 Ford Coupe * 500 4-c Under model in exceptional condition DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kind* Sec me for rates. James R, Lauchlln. Insurance 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving, Trucking. Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving Every Take jour choice! Our Easy Plan will help sou own anj of them! load Insured. Modem storace tor house- Payment., hold Roods We do cr»Uns for shipment by rail. Phone SO. 122 East Peach street. .v Oluor Unusual Bargains Include: 1937 Oldsinobile 4-door DcLuxc Low MllcafiC. Like New. perfect condition. . . . --The-La!.t-Word In-Funeral Service.' - -CALL.-CONNELLSVILLE ISO - Strayed. Lost, Found 10 WILL THE PARTY--Who took the Brown Silk Umbrella b mlitake. from the office of the Orphcum Theitre at the close of the Courier Cooking School cslcrday morning, kindly return Mime to Hiss Ljnnc Klncell. Soclei Editor of The Courier. LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female. SI500 reward for an Information or return. R T. Linlngcr. Sprlncncld Pike. Phone 4118-R-3 LOST--Heavy chain, about 20 ft long somewhere In city. Finder please return Foyette Motor Co Phone 88. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 -O-K." USED CAIIS 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. SIASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 303. 1135 Ford V-8 DelUNC Coune, £ull cqulp- j ped with Heater. Defroster and Radio. | Is In pci feet condition. l l 1 ^? Ford Fordor DeLiixc Touring Sedan Also a demonstrator Low mllcace. New car guarantee We have the kind of Used Car you want at a price jou can afford to pav 3535. J93S. 1937 models o£ Fords Chevrolets. Dodre-J. Old^mobtlcs. Bulck* AH reconditioned and ready to col Don 1 Buy Any New Car Until You've Seen Tho 1938 Models Of The LINCOLN ZEPIfYR The World's Best Termsl Veri Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE .T!OTOn~COMrANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS j WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO SCOTTDALE. PENNA PHONE 407 GOOD WILL USED CAKa ^ BENNETT MOTOR SALES 25S E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOV. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away Let us explain our yearly Classified rate- Open Excnlngsl Open Sundays 1 b, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON VOtm PRINTING WORKI Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Card*) Calllnc Cardsl--Hand BUltl--Blndlngl No TrcspasslnCvSlRns For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rate*! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE OS. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 31. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES--Elastl Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PILC. Druggurt 323 North Plttabure ttreet Phone 134. DR CEO. E DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWORTH BLDC PHONE 430-J Repairing and Rcfintahlnc; 2! ELECTRIC CLEANERS--And wnshln, machines overhauled Wringer roll and parti furnished for any make Phone 41M-R-22. Jno. H Work Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, SOc per bushi Z Somerset potatoes, S1.2S per bag We deliver 413 E Washington Avc, Phone 065-R. MR. FARMER HERBS MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad tn oar Classified Section which will find · 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 tor said Tho Dally Courier has a largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmers and asurca you that your messaffo will reach the people who aro in the market for your products You Will Find: Our rate! In the above Classified heading AU Classified Ads aro payable in advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL--9-ft. Connellsvllle coking, lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ ion nut coal and largo lump. Coke, all sizes. Stone St Work Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL-- ]0c. 12c and 13c d Hvercd, George W. Kern. Conneusviile Phone 4121-R-U. BEST QUALITY--0 ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr. Phono 1991. COAL -- Good black lumpy run lOc bushel delivered Cash Bros Phono 2037. of min Koball GENUINE WASHINGTON RON COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phono C'vUle. 107 Scottdalo. 02: Dawson. 4037. COAL--9-ft. run of mine and screened Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery Call 554 Flint. SOFT SCJtEEN COKE--50 per cent coa 3c rcr bushel at Old Alice Mine, be twcen Mt. Pleasant and Scoltdalc. COAL--9c, lOc, ll^c and 13c per bushc delivered. 100 btuhcl or more. Cac, Call Wm. McMnnls. Phon 1335-II COAL--9-ft black, run of mine coal, 7 bushel at bin, lOc delivered. Ca^h Jo Obwelscr. Dawnon. Phone 4028. Employment Help Wanted--Female ALL CAR CHAINS Vi OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS iS OFFI STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH ) MOTOR OIL 2 GALLONS _ IDc ALCOHOL, PER GALLON ,, _ 59C BRAKE LINING. FT. _ 10c-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES - - --, TWIN SIGNALS - AMBER LENS 7c , MARKER LIGHTS _ ,, lOc REFLEX REFLECTORS «9c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS1 COLDE TIRE A RADIO COMPANY. 126 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 WANTED--Lady demonstrator for new household appliance to be demonstrated at salesroom. Must have personality, some office experience, and falet ability. Write "G," care of Herald. Unlontown, Penna. Help Wanted--Male S79S "LIVES THERE A MAN--With ambition Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE! AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IH ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 202 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE I ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture inclui ing coal, gas and combination rang and heaters Also coma good pianos bargain prices. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer }OUr money will stick to jou and the farther It will co when you spend it TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Tl ,, ACROSS · ~ 1--The tube of 20--A-private - a-fircorm teacher 6--Tears 22--Tempest S--Range 24--Salt (chcrn.) JO--Possesses. 26--Form ot en as some- before 1 - 27--Dangerous rlvcd or SO--At home bestowed . 31--Perishes 12--A cover 32--A mortar 33--A support tray 14--N'otc of the 33--Matured president of the United States 16--An Image IT--Likewise not at a co-educational institution 27--Needy 28--Falsehood 29--Pronoun 30--Particle J8--An asterisk 32--Concealed scale" 15--An early English settlement in America IS--Thus 1»--Fuss 34--Former empress of Austria 35--Capital of Italy 35--First day of the weeh 21--Employ 23--A day of the week 25--Women students Answer to pn»lous puzzle 33--Form of the verb "to be" 34--Symbol for zinc DOWN 1--A theatrical 7--Form of the ~dancc verb "to be' J--A melody S--A long 3--Color , couch 4--Sun god 11--Court -5--A large, low 13--Pennsyl- truck vama t--Platei - (abbr.) again is--Thirtieth DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE * so dead that nc\cr to hlmselE hath I'd like to hnvc a business of mj own * Many thousands havo found a Waikins Dealership the answer to their fomtcst dreams 10.000 BTO now operating their own business as Wntkins Distributors of cvcrjday home necessities We lm\e an opening'in Conncllivillc for a reliable person Business established, no ^____ Investment required We teach jou FOR SALE-EIictric -stove Pav starts Immediately. Jf you nrc honest, sincere and imbltlous. here is our opportunity For details urile The J R WUclns Company. Box 367, Newark. N J. FOR SALE--Cat range, Thor cloctr washer, bedroom auitc Rcasonab prices Call I84J-J. heating units with Phone 1306-R. Musical Merchandise WANTED--Salesmen for solicitation in Connellsvllle and vicinity. Non-com- 1 pelitlve household appliance line Prc-'j fer ambitious younc men with limited | sales experience Reference exchanged , Write ' L*' care of Herald, Unlonlown, Penna FOR SALE--Milton player piano, good condition, rcasoniblc Also rolls. 113 Grant street. Scottdale, Pa Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price Write Box 23, car* Courier, stating condlUon of. machine, price, rnd Btylo number. WANTED--Manager for ConncHsMlle- nnd vicinity. Non-competitive household appliance line Prefer ambitious young man with limited sales experience j CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-Reference exchanged Write "L," care ot Herald, Unlontown. Pcnna Situations Wanted--Female 36 TWO EXPERIENCED--Ycurg ladles de- tire general housework Phone Con- nellsvllle 1803 A E Collins. Financial Need Money ·itt-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Bay For Cash and Save) ONLY ONT: THING--Needed to Bet up to $300 here.--The abijity to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come in NOWI PERSONAL FINANCE CO Over McCrory*i Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Instruction Instruction Classes 43 BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELt SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Large room suitable for one or two persons 510 N Plttaburg street LED BRUCE: COPYRIGHT or LEO RRUCC. RELEASED OY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION to detoctlvo otorlcs. Is theorizing on the subject ol crime fiction, during * week-end party at the home ol Dr. Thurston, ncai London Other cucsla Are Townaend. the author, Williams, tho family lawyer and Strickland, a sportsman. Mra. Thuruton la the only woman present. Townscntl observes {hat Mrs Tburston appears strangely flushed attcr a con%crsatton with s"ol- lotres, the chauffeur. (NOW GO ON WITH TH1 STORY) CHAPTER 3 I HAVE SAID that nothing sinister happened during Uie earlier part of that evening at tho Thurstons 1 , and It Is true But there was only cnc small Incident which I thought, oven at the time, was odd. It was not in the least sinister, and might even, at another time, havg been thought rather comic. 1 dress very quickly. 1 nave never been able x to afford a manservant capable of looking after my clothes, and consequently am accustomed to doing everything myscll. 1 must have been the first to finish changing, and left my room to go downstairs within IS minutes of the time when the first gong had been rung. The house. I have explained, was Georgian, and so simple In plan that one could take It all In at a glance. There wcro three stories, ,and on each floor the corridor ran from end to end ot the house, with doors to right and left of it, My own was at the cast end of the corridor, and Mary Thurston's at itho west end, while young Strick- 'land, 1 knew, had the bedroom 'next to hers. Her husband's room was opposite to hers. I had reached the top of the 'stairs, and was about to descend, when I noticed that tho door of Mary Thurstoa'a room was being ^opened. Thinking that she, too, bjul by some means effected a quick change, I waited for her. 'But it was Strickland who began jCautlously to emerge. When he It ivnn Strickland who begun cautiously to emerge. saw me standing there he made a clumsy effort to return to the room, but, realizing that I had seen him, he seemed to think better of it, and walked out as boldly as possible. He even gave me a brief nod as he entered his own (room. ! I Kent on downstairs wishing that I had not paused, since It might have appeared that I was spying. It was embarrassing, too, to have seen that. And I found I myself wondering what might be 'the relationship between these two, tho aging, stout, motherly woman, and the thick-set, hard- drinking young gambler. Whatever It might be, It was not a love affair, of that I was certain. Downstairs I found tho Vicar, who, I gathered, had been Invited to dinner. I was a little dismayed to lind him sitting beside tho fire In tho lounge, for I realized that I should be alone for some little time with him. Ha sat bolt upright on a straight-backed choir, his hands on his bony knees, and his eyes--after ho had greeted me --blinked solemnly at the fire. I hod met Mr. Rider before, of course, and never without embarrassment. This little, wiry, staring man was quite out of place In tho Thurstons' cheerful house--In more senses than one a skeleton at the feast. His very appearance made him inappropriate. He was bold, and his checks wcro yellow, and bis collar too large for his thin neck. Bis clothes wcro always untidy, and sometimes rather soiled, for ho was a bachelor and depended on a village woman for service In his draughty vicarage. But It was his stare which used to make mo uncomfortable. He had a trick of Oxlng his eyes on one, then apparently forgetting himself, so that for perhaps five or even ten minutes, one remained under scrutiny. Ho had dark, rqund, surprised eyes, in deep sockets. HI a reputation was unusual, too. His puritonism was ferocious. To- uards those of his parishioners whose way of living was supposed to bo lax, his attitude was merciless A number of stories were current In the district of his uncompromising warfare against what he called "sins of the flesh". It was said of him that once, meeting a pair of rustic lovers walking In the fields on a Sunday afternoon, he hod lectured them so severely that they had actually untwined themselves (a feat which would not have'seemed easy to anyone who had observed the complications of circling arm, yielding waist, knotted fingers, and clutched shoulder), and hurried home, guiltily isolated. He had preached violently at an unfortunate farmefo wile who had come to one of his services with a dress cut a trifle lower at the neck than was customary, and Itls manner when he was obliged to conduct marriage services was supposed to be un willing and curt, At the Thurstons' ho usually spoke very little, unless ho was roused, and I gathered that he was Invited out of kindness, for neither Jio Doctor nor Mary Thurston believed that ho had enough to cat at the vicarage. I made one or two attempts to converse with bun, but was answered only by absent monosyllables. Suddenly, however, he turned to me. "Mr. Townsend," ho said, "I want to ask you a question." The tone in which he said this was strange. His voice was hoi low, almost fierce. There was no apology In It- It was as though ho wore going to give me a chance to defend myself agains some serious Imputation, Then he seemed to grow distant again. Hi stared Into the flrc. Tou may," he sold at last with out looking at me, "you may b« able to put my mind at rest, hope you can." I waited. Then abruptly he turned to me again. "Have you noticed anything In this household? Anything going on hlch should not go on 7 Anything .. improper'." I thought ot David Strickland, ccretively coming out of Mary Thurston's room. But I smiled, and sold cheerfully, "Good Lord, to, MX. fUdcr. I've always consld- red It a model household." He was so quaint and eccentric hat I forgot to blame him tor tho ndiscretlon of his query. You ould blame him no more than you would blame a child for discussing his hosts' concerns. But I was greatly relieved when Just then the door opened, and Sam Williams, the lawyer, came In, so that the talk became more natural. Dinner I remember as a cheerful, almost a hilarious mcoL We all ato with real enjoyment and Thurston was excited about some, hock he had bought at an auction* sale ot a neighboring estate. Stall handled It with reverent efficiency and it was certainly excellent. It was Irritating, though, when ·· Wary rhurston had left us, to bavo iio Vicar sitting morosely at tho table, primly refusing v tho port, and making it Impossible to talk more freely than we had done in tho presence of our hostess. Not that tho conversation after dinner at the Thurstons' was ever particularly crude--It not. But young Strickland could tell stories nimbly. In spite of his rather weighty character, and perhaps it was Just because Mr. Rider was there that I for one was peeved by tho silence forced on him. I was relieved when someone suggested bridge, though neither Thurston nor 1 was particularly fond ot cards. Several of us were tired that evening. I was not at all surprised when quite early young- Strickland got up and apologetically proposed to go to bed. H« had got up very early that day, he said, and felt fagged out. "Whiskey and soda before you go?" \suggosted Thurston from the cord table. But Strickland unexpectedly rc- ftued. "No, thanks awfully," n« sold, "I really think I'll turn In right away." And he nodded to us, and left the room. (Xo Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR IlENT--Six room apartment Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot and cold water. Free janitor service and ffarbagc service Inquire Keller Shoe Store, White Front Building, 128 No. Piltsburg street. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS -- Three rooms bath Heat light, water, gas lumlshed No children. 122 West Peach street. FOR RENT--Down tov,n apartment, flva rooms and bath Hcnt and water furnished Immediate possession Phone 341 FOR RENT--Apartments Inquire Smutz Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue. West Side Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale t A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONEB * 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE. MS FOUR KOOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly | painted, goad condition Anna B Schmttl, corner Crawford and Arch I ONE-FOUlX BOOM--Or two-two room Apartment unfurnished. Heat, light, gas furnished 139 W Crawford Avo. FOR RENT--Six room house, city water, 1 acre ground, at Crossland Station Inquire 111 W Fnyctte street or call 1717-U FOH RENT--Fl\e room house uilh both. West Side $18 Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone 505 FOR HENT -- Five room unfurnished apartment. 1119 street Houses for Rent 77 EIGHT ROOM HOUSE--TU.O acres ot ground .it Mojcr. 316. Inquire Peter R. Welmcr. Wclmcr Arcade. Real Estate for Sale Rooms for Housekeeping; 69 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Enroll this month for February clns-;-- to secure the new typewriter free Phone 218 Connellsvillc, Pa TWO FURNISHED ROOMS--for light housekeeping Also bedroom Sor one 204 South ElBhlh Street Merchandise Articles (or Sale 51 MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at le per each Can be used tor lining your fiarafie. chicken coop or out buildings ot any kind Inquire at Courier Oltlce FOR RENT--Two furnished housekeeping rooms, modern conveniences. 308 fanydcr street Ort HENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping 1210 Vine Street Buildings, Bulldlm: Materials 53 IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to be found and a crowd will soon bo there Classified ads are constantly pointing the v.ay to real value for hundreds of people who rccuhirly look to them for guidance BEFOIIE--You rc-roo£ that home or barn. see us Our stock of roofing Is complete Stonu i Work Phono 1700 A-No 1 SFIWICE ts wlut you uct from Classified Ads When jou ha%c a Epccial need to IHI. phone us the pullculai-; and details You can cct an ad-taker at 12 or U DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you Just phone 12 or 13 tor an ad- uker WHENI-VFK you haic H rral need to fill the Cla-Mticd Section \\ill hrlp jou to fill tt quickly, as easily and In- CA pensively. Brokers tn Real Estate FOR S\LF OH RENTI T. C PHAL1N SO CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 975 Houses tor Sale VFRY DESIRABLE WILLS ROAD-- Six room brick. English Upe Ver modern, Green street, live room bungalow , hot \\ater heat. PhTEIl WEIMPU WCIMEH ARCADE HEAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room AfUfiPHY AVENUE--Smajl four room building and four lots VINE STREET--Two, eight room houses nnd one, six room house. LOGAN S CROSSING--Four room house, 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of, land. COTTAGE AVENUE--FUc room house and six room house SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house WAI. P McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits Ten room house fncludinc three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace. Garage and laundry Just recently remodeled and In the very best of condition Price ta reasonable Inquire. Wm P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 17CO Auctions-Legais Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C. D. PIERN. ALSO known ns Crcscenzlo DiPferno, late of ConnellsvlHe. Fayctte Count}, Pa., deceased. Letters of AdmlnfsUation in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned with* out delay, and all persons having claims or demands uralnst said estate ore requested to make known the same. Rosa Picrn , Administratrix. 209 N. Sixth Strc«t. Conncllsville, Pa. Maxwell E Urza, Attorney. 28Jan-6t-tuc*. COLDS TREATED BY RADIO WAVES FOR SALE--Nice six room house \Uth bath, extra deep lot Good location. 208 East FnlrUew avenue Robert Norrii Phono 505 IN WHITING n Classified Ad be sure to tell oil the ftictn \ililch you \\outd \\ant to know If ou oursclf ucrc a prospective buyer. THERE ARE mnuy thlnCJ obtainable through the OasMfKd Ada that It would bo dinlcult to get tn any other tv YOU TELL. US our details and we'll vultc jour nd Phone 13 or 13 for ..n ·id-takcr vourt MONty UEI UNDED l! you set tho desired results before jour ad expires Why not advcrtiLO that extra drcaser? lou tell uv .uid \vc 1) tell the \carly rates upon request BOSTON, Jan. 25.--Details of a treatment in which high-powered ladio waves are used to relieve colds, sinus troubles and some other ailments were revealed by the Boston Dispensary. ' Director Frank E Wing emphasized that he did not claim the treatment \vould cure the ailments, but he said that experimentation had shown that it provides effective relief to sufferers. Mr. Wing estimated that 600 patients have been treated in the past four years with an apparatus developed in Germany a decade ago by Dr. E. Schhephakc. Electric energy developed by 500- watt transformers is transmitted on wave lengths of thice to 15 meters ' between t\v o electrodes of the apparatus A patient, seated between the electiodes, is centered in an electro-magnetic field which creates heat in the body. The electrodes, may be so adjusted as to focus the heat on any portion of the body, cither internally or ex- teinally. Patients undergoing treatment ex- pei lento no discomfort, but rather a "pleasant sensation o£ penetrating heat," accoiding to Mr. Wing. The numbei of Ucjtments range from two or three for colds to some- i times 10 for arthritis. Likewise the | interval between treatments vary. A liCHtment lasts 15 minutes to a half houi. PATRONIZE thoso who «UvcrUa«. Use our Clatsifled Advertisements, i

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