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PAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. U'KIDAY, MARCH S, Courier C/^tssi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIF1ED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ^ Per line, 7c cash; So charge. Special Yearly Rates 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 Kd-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! . Â· Announcements Card or Thanks GRIM--We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends. relatives and neighbors for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during our 1 recent bereavement, the death of our wife and mother, MalJnda K, Grim. Especially do we desire to thank those who sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars and an who assisted us In any way. Calvin R. Grim and family. Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster Invigorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 8Sc. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles for Sate 11 THEY MUST GO! BEAL BARGAINS!!! YOUK PICK OF: FOUR 1S34 FORD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS. EVERYONE IN THIS VERY BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM. HURRY . . . COME JlÂ» TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 HERE IS THE CAB! OUR SPECIAL FOR TODAY TRY IT1--THEN BUY IT! 1030 PONTIAC COUPE- VERY NICE B L A C K DUCO FINISH. E Q U I P P E D WITH HEATER AND GOOD TIRES, CAR IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. DOWN PAYMENT $100 BALANCE IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $24.36. FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS. Absolutely The Best! G. M. A. C. Terms! MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE ST. PHONE 105. Open Evenings! Open Sundays] Business Service Business Service Offered 18 PRICE. EACH fhrei 5195 -1934 Ford Standard Coupes, priced to sell! 1930 Chevrolet Coupe--?75. 1838 Ford V-8, 1%-ton Truck, with long Â·wheel base, coal body and In good condition. Priced to sell! The Best Of Terms. Arranged To Please You I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD 2nd ST. PHONE 401. Open Evcningsl Open Sundays! SEE TEEM TODAY! O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR. COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'tUl 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'cloc]:. USED CARSI SEE OUR SELL-rTIONI E. E. VAN SCOY, INC., 159 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY, AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc HECOVERINGS PHONE 9645 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laughltn--IN3UR ANCE See me for rates, 309 First National Bank BuildlnE Phono 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DOLL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE I" Modem Storage For Household Goods. LOCA.L AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Slock 48 CARLOAD--OF Draft Horses, weight 1600 to 2000 Ibs ; 2 carloads Farm Chunks, weight 1300 to 1700 Ibs: carload South- em Marcs, weight 1COO to 1300 Ibs.; carload Mules; 10 Saddle Horses; 134 Yearling Steers; 123 Yearling Heifers; GO Weaned Calves. Priced for immediate sale. For information, write or wire, Tony Rugglcs, rnirfield, Iowa. FOR SAU5--Fresh Jersey cow and call. Chas. Savage, Logan's Crossing, near Reams' Gas Station, Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 43 BABY CHICKS--All breeds. Purina Startena. Keystone Feed Slorcs. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Sale BAKED PAPER WATS FOR SAZ.E--Used Courier irau. that are excellent for lining the ins.fde of your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of, any kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire ot The Courier Office. Buildings, Building Materials 53 OUR. CEMENT--Sand nnd gravel arc of the r.ncst qualities Let us figure youi requirements. Stone fie Work. Phone 1700. Printing, Engraving, Binding' 27 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES K0 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 521 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOB SALE--1937 Plymouth Pick-Up Truck. Huater. low mileage. Very low price. Frank A. Pizzica, Monongahcla, Pa. Phone 570. FOR SALE--1934--1 % -ton Ford Dump Truck. Reconditioned motor, new body, new hoist, very low price. Frank A. PJzzica, -Monongohela, Pa, Phone 570. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is -*s ncai is your phone. Just call 12 c. 13 and /our needs will soon be met w thout any further trouble on your pait. LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Hand Bills!--BindlnfiJ--Calling Cardsl Bin Heads l--Letter Heads l For Rent Cards!--For Sale CarOil No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Fully Guarantcedl Ail At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, Â»L Professional Services GUOVER R. HAGERTY--Auctioneering. Phone 104B, Unlontown. 124 N. Gallatin Avenue. Am now boohing my sprlnfi sales. Would be glad to add your name to my list. EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke, PH, G. DrURRial, 323 North Pittiburg Street. Phono 194. Financial Need Money 4Â«-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you 5300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. PHONE 12 or 13 lor an Ad-taker. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE n IS 31 /Â£ IO \6 3-3 ACROSS 1--Collars 17--Chides 3--The father 20--Electrified of David particle 5--A French 42--Histories coin 28--A state of 6--Eat the U. S. greedily 29--Pile 10--Hat worn to 30--Rubs off tropical 32--A priest countries (sp.1 14--Persia 33--A wtnR 1C--Native of 34--Impudent rosebush 24--Spawn of Â· fish 25--Thin silk - from China 25--Guided 27--Organ of hearing 28--Admits 31--Utter 32--A cushion Answer to previous puzzle Finland 35--Purport DOWN 1--A district J2--A ktod of cake 13--Half cms 15--Torture IS--River [Sp.) 19--Bird of the cuckoo family 9--African 21--Mien antelope 22--Greek letter 13--Frequently 23--Ripened (rcoetlO fruit of the 2--Behold 3--Project 4--Uniform 1--Spherical body --Rule Coprrieht, 19j9. Kiag Fc*tuiÂ« Syndicate. Inc. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate WITHIN YOUR REACH--North First Street, six room bungalow with bath, heat, four car garnec, St.800. Termsl PETER R. WE1.MER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTl T. C. PHAJ-IN. SO. CON NELLS VrLLE. PA. PHONE 675. Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--The A. M. Johnson property at East Connellsville. About SH acres, ID-room frame house, bath, hot water heat, electricity, 2 chicken houses, brooder house, nilk room, garage, barn, cistern, well and spring water. Corner property on irr proved road Inquire Dr. L. Dale Johnson, 709 Second National Bank Bids., Conncl'.svllle, Pa. Thono 131-J. FOR SALE--71 arres 1 mile North East ot Korrralville. Eight room house, heater, v..tler In house. Bank barn, other outbuildings. Some timber Inquire Harriet Snycier, Normalville. Pa. Houses for Sale Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYI HERE'S HOW--You can find Â· market, lor your Carrn products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household Goods by running a small Inexpensive ad tn our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation ol The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will bo read by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads are payable tn advance. You wiu find our rates In the abovo Classified Heading. TOR SALE 1--FOR SALE1 SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Connellsville, Scottdale, Everson, ML Pleasant and rural sections of Faette County, Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly installments, 5 to IS years to pay. Only 5^ Interest, finance charge. If interested, kindly write, phone or call in person. FAYZTTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND IIATL. BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGH. PHONE i375. CONNELLSVILLE, PA, Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price Wm Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson, 3261 and 3631. JUNIATA COAL--12o bushel, cash, delivered. 25 bushel orders also delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-I2. GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal, 100 bu.. Be; 50 b u , DC; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Caih. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. Household GooQs 59 ALL KINDS--OF USED FURNITURE AT BARGAIN PRICES. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE SO. FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dinlnf? room suite. davenports, dressers, couches and beds Coal and gas ranees, also good desks and typewriters. Special, one child 3 large play pen. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE SO SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. FlIONE, 2020. FOR SALE! SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two six room houses in good condition. Prlc reasonable iO ACRES--Farm and timber land Springfield Township, along dirt roac leading to Pike. 2 FARMS--Located ir^ Dunbar Township near City. WM P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 FOR SALE--Eight room house in good condition. Bath, garage, one acre land. Improved road. Johnston Schoo. House. 52,250. SIX ROOM HOUSE--And finished third floor. House best of condition, nice garage. A house 12iat will please you Located at I12G Face Street. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. HOUSTON AVENUE. 216 -- Six room frame house with bath. In the very bes o! condition Immediate possession Priced to sell at st.500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner. IOXJ3 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148. Auctions--Legols LegraJ Notices ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF WILLIAM HENRY, DE ceased. Letters of Administration on th esLtte of William Henry, late oÂ£ Eullski Township, Faycttc County, Pennsylvania deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hei cby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undcrbifincd v,ith- out delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. Nannie Henry, Connellsville. R. D. No. 2, Administratrix. Fred E. younkiii. Attorney, FOR SALE--New Process sas range. Good condition, price reasonable. 210 E. Cedar Avenue Wanted-- Xo Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSl THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN ... AT 5c PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms tor EiouscKceping 69 FOR KENT--Two furnished rooms -for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine Street :::;:! Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Three room 'furnished apartment Private bath. Phone 287-W. NEWS Continued trom Pago Four. Perkins, who wanted to keep the service, and Chairman Altmyer oÂ£ Social Security, who wanted the Persons department in his. Persons never got along wel] with Miss Perkins' female brain tiust, known within the department as "the lady brain trust." It is composed of Mary la Dame, assistant to Persons, Clara M. Beyer, director ol the division of labor standards, and Mary Dewson, who recently resigned as a member of the Social Security Board. FOR REHMT--Five room apartment. Inquire 132-So. Eighth St. Phone mi-R Wanted--To Uem WANTED TO RENT--Three or four room iuimshcd apartment by young married couple. No children. Address Box 500, care Courier. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to co about getting It Phone 12 or YOU'LL COME across practically everything you need if you look over the CJasijfiod Section every day ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- ncUfavinc and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Clarified Section. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. Income distribution is holding up well, furnishing another encouragement for further business activity. Mr. Roosevelt wailed recently about the amateur strategists who are m.smformlng the public m books and articles. One he will not criticize is George Fielding Eliot, former major -n the Intelligence Reserves. His book, "Ramparts We Watch," is gospel. Authorities are doing nothing to stop the rumor that the attacking fleet in the maneuvers broke through and theoretically established a South American base for an attack on the Panama Canal. The suggestion furnishes good fuel to push the pending defense bills through Congress. HTER RAY KANE READ THIS FIRST: SunLmonea to the state penitentiary j where her father lies near death. Lona LAckcrman IB dismayed wlica he tails to (recognize her. Uc is serving a life aen- ttence for a murder which occurred -when ha Bought to avenge hla daughter's honor, Finding a criead In Jim Â·Cl.iriUge, Lonn had just begun to take a new Interest in Jf/e when the pr;son -warden telegraphed her oC her father's Illness. Alone in -he world, abe had spent months, finding jobs, .then losing them whoti it became knori-n she was m convict's daughter. Finally Jim had found her a new position, saw more and more ot her, until they fell m love. (NOW GO ON WTTH THE STORY) CHAPTER FOURTEEN HOUR AFTER hour Lona sat jthere waiting outside her father's 'door in the prison hospital, wait- fxng for the moment when tie should know her. Around her went on the grim routine of the place. She .heard Lhe clanging of bells m the prison yard outside. Now and then Uaere came to her ears the sound of lraggmg feet In the semblance i of a. march. There were bars at every Â·window, bars that seemed to keep out the very sunshine that must, "by now, be beating down with the full vigor of the summer day Prison gray was on every figure -she caught sight of; even the noonday meal she could scarcely choke down through her dry throat was brought to her by a sli~ flowy Qgure in the eternal gray. Twice during that interminable day they allowed her to tip-toe oack into the box-like room where her father's wasted figure still labored on the narrow bed. He tool tno notice of her presence cither 'time. His weak voice seemed ever Â·weaker, and his rambling words Â·were mumbled through the hard' ness of bis breathing. "The crisis will come tonight,' .the doctor told her, shaking his "head. "We'll keep you on call." "He's got to know me," she toh him desperately. "He can't dii without knowing I'm here!" By nightfall she hated the place Hated it with an unreasoning hunted hatred that made her shud der as she thought of the thou eanda ot men shut up hke beasts behind these gray unyielding walls barred forever, some of them, froi the sun and the rain and th stars. The very air seemed to stifl her, and the sight of the bars o the windows burned Into her brain The lights had flashed on and th noises of the day had quieted Int a semblance of peace when th Â·warden came to her again, hi Icindly face pitying, and his eye concerned. "You must have a rest, miss, he ordered her in his courtly way "A walk in the air. Mrs. Lewis sen me to bring you over to the house "But 1 can't leave. 1 He migh want me any time, now." She ap pealed to the nurse. "He migh wake up and--know me." The nurse shook her head. "If "be hours yet before he can possibl Icnow you. I'd go if I were you. "But what if he should--die? "He won't We'll send for you a the first sign you're needed." "Come, miss." The warden wa. helping 1 her to her feet with kindly hand beneath her elbo ""Warden's orders." He smiled, an fihe remem bered h e was accus tomed to being obeyed. "It would do me good to g som* 1 air," she conceded. * Â» r Outside, the grim walks stretch* .from gray stone building to gra stone building. Deserted now, the 'seemed more like the patient 'landscaped paths of a spinster [garden than what they were. TJ toil of countless unwilling han showed in every flower bed, ever velvety stretch of Jawn. Pride ah Â·found It difficult to understand w fin the warden's voice as he pointed put his own private bed of flower- ling gladioli flanking the high win- |dows of the home where he lived Iwith his wife. Tail and straight, 'each slender, blossom-laden spire lifted Its length regally toward the patch of sky hemmed in by the .monotonous gray walls. They brought a sob choking from Xona's throat, those gladioli. Daddy had loved them so, at home. In the center of the bed, she saw them, a ring cf deep blue, the sort he had .especially cultivated in the old days, his own particular brand, and she turned to the warden with a question in her eyes. He nodded^ comprehending. "He It was a scream she never uttered. was a wizard with flowers." A huge igh shook the man's shoulders. 'We'll miss him. This bed was his pride. We sort of left the landscap- ng up to him," he offered, seeing that she was interested. "He puttered about with it at first, but these last two years he's been in full charge here. I think it made lim more contented." 'Tm glad." The load that was dragging at her heart lifted a little as she looked over the beautiful _;rounds with eyes that saw them anew. At Least he had had some pleasure these dreadful years. Next :o her and his home, Daddy had loved his flowers. They hadn't taken everything away from him, then. She left the warden's side and went impulsively across the green lawn to the gladlola bed. From the very heart of the blue centerpiece she selected the most velvety bloom. Its touch on her hand was like a caress, and she turned away that the warden might not see the tears in her eyes as she buried her face m its fragrant freshness. "Daddy," she whispered, and for an instant she was back in the old garden at home, back in the old days, before she had even known there was such a place as this. After the glory of the gladlola garden, the gray walls seemed bleaker than ever, as she went with the warden on up the stone pathway to his home. Over in the barred windows across the yard, lights flashed suddenly, simultaneously, and she knew that the prisoners were back in their cells for the night, supper over, nothing to do but wait- - . . wait for morning and another meaningless day. Prom the lighted windows countless eyes seemed to be watching stanng at her enviously, and she shivered. The sense that she was never alone had possessed her ever since the gate had clanged shut behind her this morning and i' seemed, now, to be intensified. She wondered, suddenJy, what the warden's wife would be like. What would it do to a woman, living in this atmosphere, year in and year out. this world of barred windows and stone walls? Mrs. Lewis was not at the door to meet her husband, and he called to her with an anxiety that Lona thought must be habitual as tie ushered the girl into the severely furnished hall, "Emma!" He frowned when there was no answer, and callec again. "She must be busy," he told Lona, still frowning. "Odd, she sent me for you. . . . Emma!" A faint scraping sound like a mouse scurrying across a polished floor sounded through the door a the left, and the warden strode toward it grimly, his hand going to his hip pocket in a significant ges ture that chilled Lona. The door opened of its own ac- cord when he reached it, and a sudden choked scream forced itself hrougb Lona's lips. A man 'in gray vas standing there, facing them, teeth bared, a gun in his hand, "Get 'em up, warden!*' he ground out. "Quick!" Slowly the warden's hands left his ^pockets and went reluctantly upward, and the beginning of another scream rose from Lona'a throat. It was a scream she never uttered. A hand from behind her closed suddenly over her opened mouth, and her body was clamped back against another man 'who clutched her so hard she could feel his heavy breathing.. Frantically she struggled, trying to break free, "Shut up!" a growling voice ordered in her ear, "One peep and you're a goner." Something hard she knew was a gun was shoved into her back and she ceased her struggling. "We want clothes!" the man guarding Warden Lewis ordered next "A coupla your suits'll do, warden. Get 'em, Louie! I'll manage these two. While we're waitin" you Icin order out your car, warden* Tell 'em t' send it to the door, you'lli be drivin' it yourself. Come' on, get goiii'l There's the phone right beside you," 'You can't get away with this, Lefty." Warden Lewis' voice was' cold noxv. His whole face had changed. Gone was the courtly- gentleman Lona had known. He looked hard and ruthless. The convict laughed harshly, "Can't I?" he ground out, 'Where's my wife?" the warden, demanded without moving. "I'll see you in hell if you've harmed my wife--" "Aw, th' old woman's o. k.--yet. She's locked in upstairs. Won't hurt her. Are you goin' t' order out that car? My finger's itchy." "You can't make It, Lefty--*Â· "Come on. Quit stallin'. -. -. . There's the telephone.'You call that garage an* no monkey business,. I'm listenin' remember. . . . Tell 'em you're takin' some visitors home. See? . . . Visitors^That's. me and Louie, an*--her. . . . She's- goin' with us. Ain't that nice?" "You can't take that girl away from here. Lefty. She's Ackerman's! girl. Ackerman's dying!" "Let him die! . . . What th' hell, do we care ? "Are you gonna phone, warden?" "Ackerman's a buddy of' yours. This is his girl--" \ "Get goin', warden, . . . Dial the garage!" "You can't--" "Call the ^rajje, warden!" The fellow's voice,' was an ugly snarl now, and he dug bis gxin savagely into the warden's ribs, his eyes still keeping track of Lona.' Reluctantly, the warden went to the telephone. (To Be Continued) "Aus" Wills Defends Pieniing of Carp In Yough River Here Continued from Page Nine. As to the sport of catching I will quote the venerable Izaak Walton, "The carp is the queen of the rivers, a stately, a good and a very subtle fish." Anglers unfamiliar with the carp, on hookir-L' one will get the surprise of their lives. The initial run certainly crrries a lot of punch and after that it is a long dogged battle until the catch is landed. The larger fish ranging fiom 10 to 13 pounds in we ght require from 30 to 40 minutes to land. Few fishermen realize that with the exception oÂ£ the muskie, the carp is the largest fish we have in Pennsylvania. At Pymatuning last year. I witnessed the loss of several fishing rods, on that first and surprising run of the hooked carp P-isquehanna anglers say that a man is not clat cd as a fisherman until he has landed a 30-pound carp. Much more could be written concerning the habits, types, controls used and methods of catching the carp, arid no doubt will be in the future. Fishermen are slowly awakening to the fact that after all, there are some possibilities for sport in the previously overlojiced cat p. On weighing the merits of the carp against its faults. I believe that it can be placed definitely on the credit side of the bettei fishing ledger. Yours for better fishing. Pine Bath, New Health Measure, Really Age-Old Practice Revived By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. ONE OF the latest health measures of treatment to be called to my attention is the pine bath. While Americans can certainly be said to appreciate the daily bath and enjoy its benefits, they do not indulge in medicinal baths as much-as 1 do Europeans and other foreign peoples. It is not easy to obtain in Dr. Clendcning will answer questions of general interest only, and then only through his column. Homes. You will find desirable homes and home sites advertised in our classified columns. America the preparations of flowers, herbs nnd nature's plants to add to the bath -water, for the purpose of'relieving fatigue and serving hygienic purposes. A pine bath is really an a^e-old practice, but it has recently been revived in the United States. It immediately makes a hit with anybody -who tries it because pine has a number of healthful effects, being applicable to many parts of the body. The soothing effect cf pine, its restful quality and the pleasant effect on the nose and throat are what have caused the location of sanitaria near pine forests. The pine bath can be made in various ways. The most primitive method is to boil or steam the needles and buds until you have a brew which is sufficiently aromatic that when added to the bath water tt gives the desired effects. If you are so located that it is impossible to obtain the material directly from the trees themselves, the oil of pine can be obtained at a drug store, which, thinned and dropped in the jath water, will do the same thing. Df course, care should be taken not ;o make the mixture too strong as it requires very little to obtain desirable effects, State of Fatigue Perhaps the most" striking effect o!' the pine bath is in a general state of fatigue. It is slightly rubefacient, that is to say, it causes a redness and increased circulation of The skin, and this, in conjunction, with ;he odor and the clearing of the nasal passages and the nose, produces a wonderfully r-alaxing and stimulating effect. Little rheumatic pains or stiffness of the joints are also favorably affected by this rubefa- cient quality. To anyone who is engaged in nervous and continually high- strung occupation, the use of a pine bath after returning home in the_ afternoon is an experience which can hardly be adequately described. The full value of a bath as a pickup is not felt unless o.ie takes it slowly and luxuriously. At least 20 minutes should be given to it f with thorough rubbing of the skin afterwards so that you feel as if your skin wore tingling with vitality. EDITOR'S NOTE: Seven pamphlets by Dr. CfendcninR can now be obtained by ecnainc ID cctus in coin, for each, nnd a scj:-addressed emctope stamped with a thrw-CQnt stamp, to Dr. Locan Clenden- inp, in care of this pnpcr. The pamphicts Â»re: "Three Weeks' Heducinn Diet". "!n- tliccstfon and Constipation". "Rectacinff and OaininE". "JnEant Feeding". "Instructions tor ilie Treatment of Diabetes". "Feminine Hjciene" and "The Core of thÂ« Hair and Skin." When You Have Something You Want to Sell Use Our Classified Ads--The^ Bring Results.