The Mount Joy star and news. (Mount Joy, Pa.) 1878-1918, May 11, 1918, Image 8

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HOME HEALTH CLUB
By Dr. David H. Reeder, Chicago, Ill (
Brain Brawn: Co-ordination
of forces rreat secret of suc-
cess in the batt] ir good health as
well a: any « battle.
1 had let this morning from
a young woman that lives in a large
city “somewhere out West” and it
was so vastly different in tone from
one that she wrote me three months |
ago, that I at once felt the force of |
the logical causes for the change. In
the first letter she told of being al-
ways tired and irritable, of inabilit
to sleep, of worry about her healt
and various other things. In fact, al
tale of woe that is very commonly |
poured out to the doctor. {
Instead of the regulation pills and |
tonics that are prescribed by most |
family doctors, I recommended that |
she turn to her Home Health Club!
book, Vol. 2, and systematically |
| practice the simple exercises de- |
scribed in part two of that book
under the heading of Dynamic Mag- |
netism, and that she drink a large
tumbler full of hot, sweet milk every |
night before going to bed.
The letter I just received says that |
she cannot remember a time when |
she felt so happy and full of life and
ambitious as she does now, that she
sleeps well and without the usual un-
pleasant dreams. Best of all, sheis
able to relax her tired muscles at
night and let them rest. Her mind is
at ease and the worry is gone.
Now, the one great object of the
exercises that are so carefully planned
and described in the book is to effect
a perfect co-ordination of the two
forces brain and brawn. In nearly
every case of inefficiency, nervous-
ness and general nerve weakness, I
find that there is a serious lack of
such co-ordination. The mind wan-
ders around over a series of events
and returns always to the ones that
are most annoying and disagreeable.
The muscles respond to the irritation
and seek by activity to direcet the
mind, but instead they exhaust them-
selves in useless movement; such peo-
ple are in the habit of drumming the
i fingers, trotting the feet up and down
{or in the case of some women, vio-
ilently rocking or fanning, all of
{which is done unconsciously, while
ithe mind is wearing itself out think-
ing over and over again about how
many heads of cabbage the worms ate |
last summer, or about the extra
st&eet car fare that had to be paid be-
caulp the transfer was forgotten.
Now, if the mind and the muscles
are tafght to work in unison and at
some tical thing that will keep
both of \them busy, neither will be
exhausted nthey will grow strong and
vigorous togather. If you happen to
be near one oF.the government train-
ing camps and watch the work of de-
veloping an awkward young giant
into a well trained soldier, you will
find that the co-ordination of the
mind and muscles is the first requi-
site to success, while in the aviation
service this balance of power must
be developed to a most remarkable
degree.
In this connection it is well to bear
in mind that in the use of the brain,
it is well to select the kind of food
that will supply to the tissues the
proper elements for keeping up the
muscular power, the nerve force and
the brain force. Remember that
bread and butter with meat and po-
tatoes may satisfy your hunger, and
eaten once daily as the principal or
heavy meal is wholesome and nourish-
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fruit and raw or uncooked vegetables
in order to supply certain ‘much
needed elements and vitamines, in
order to reach the maximum of effi-
as well as health and happi-
ep.'S. In the club notes to follow, I
ain going to let you read a letter I|
recently received from a middle aged |
WOIngn that tells of the decided bene- |
fits or cu.ordination of food, exercises
and mental training, combined with
the herh, remedies described in the
Club Voi, 5, which tells how to pre-
pare and use the medicinal plants
of América.
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The sporting world has its eyes
centered on that Newtewn A. C. team
this season as it i§ starting the sea-
Son la the #s8me manner as the New
rk Giants. On Saturday Newtown
presented Columbia with a beautiful
asortment of eggs on the Kinder-
hook diamond in a 6-inning game by
a 12 to 0 score. Myers did not allow
a list. Newtown has a number of
open dates and teams wanting games
should address Raymond Myers, R. D.
The score fol-


No. 1, Columbia, Pa.
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Deeds Recorded |
Heirs of Edwin G. Dyer to Charles
Linthurst, property in Florin,|
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G. Hershey to Jacob H.
property in Florin, !
$3,160.
Walter W. Shue to Michael K.
Shue six acres of land in Rapho town- |
ship, $860.
Melinda C. Olweiler to Eli B. Wol-|
gemuth, sixteen and ninety-five
perches of land in Mount Joy town-|
ship, $1,659.37.
Deiter of Frank W. Gingrich to
Ephraim Shearer, Nissley’s mill prop-
erty, partly in Dauphin county and
partly in Conoy township, this coun- |
ty, $3,250.
Eli B. Wolgemuth to Jacob G. Wol- |
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ship, $12,257, and to Menno G. Wol-
rches of land in Mount Joy town- |
, 314,136.18.
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i Schock arranged to
{relay the flag to Mount Joy.
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Travelers Fr
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Mrs. J. H. Dulebohn.
Mrs. Benjamin
Katie Eshleman
visitors to Lancaster.
Miss Elizabeth Gramm of Landis-
ville, was a guest in the family of
Henry Grosh on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Gable and their
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Neamand visit- |
1 at Middletown on Sunflay.
Miss Mary Greenawalt” and sister,
Kathyrn, spent Saturday afternoon |
as guests of Lillian Olweiler.
Mrs. R. Lauer and daughter,
Dorothy Louise, of Harrisburg, are |
here on a visit to her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bortzfield and |
son, Howard visited friendsg and rela-
tives in Lancaster on Sunday. |
Mrs. Mary Gerber of Ruby street, |
Lancaster, is spending several days
here with friends and relatives. i
Mr. Melvin Peffer of Harrisburg,
was a Friday visitor to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Peffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stauffer of
near Marietta, were guests of R. Fel-|
lenbaum and family on Sunday. i
Misses Florence Sillers and Bea
trice Pennypacker were guests of |
friends and relatives on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bennawit of |
Lancaster, were guests of Mr. and!
Mrs. John Pennypacker on Sunday.
Mr. James Schatz of Coatesville
spent Sunday and Monday here wil
his mother, Mrs. Christian Schatz. |
Mrs. Ada Dyer and Miss Stella |
Bussler of Sunbury, were Friday |
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Pennell. |
Mrs. Annie Hendrix, who has bee
living in Philadelphia, is here on a
two weeks’ visit to friends and rela- |
tives. !
Miss Eleanor Gable and Beatrice |
Newcomer were guests of Miss Heler
Hostetter at Elizabethtown on Tues
day. {
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Grogg are
spending a week at Malvern with the
former's sister, Mrs. Andrew Bach-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cope and fam-
ily of Landisville, were the guests of
Mr. John Greenawalt and family on
Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Leiberher and two sons.
Freddie and Kenneth spent Wednes-
day with Miss Mary Myers and
mother.
Messrs. Albert Myers, Milroy
Brown and George Zeller of Camp
Meade, were home on a furlough over
the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. William Neamand of
McAllisterville, spent several days in
the family of D. F. Gable, on North
Barbara street.
Edward, youny son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Hendrix, underwent an
operation at St. Joseph’s Hospital at
Lancaster last week.
Mrs. Abram Rhinehart and Miss
Bessie Wittic were Sunday guests of
the former's daughter, Mrs. John
Fitzkee at Lancaster.
Mrs. Earl Kaylor celebrated her
birthday anniversary on Saturday.
She was the recipient of many use-
ful and beautiful gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wittle and
granddaughter, Miss Mildred Kaylor
spent Sunday at Middletown and
Harrisburg with relatives.
Messrs. Claude Roelke and Lester
Rentzel of York, spent Saturday and
Sunday here as guests of the latter's
cousin, Mrs. Fred Leiberher.
Mr. Irvin Sweigert, who is a U. S.
sailor, was home over the week-end
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. M.
Sweigert at the Evangelical parson-
age.
Mrs. Martin Felton, wife of Rev.
Felton of Morton, Pa., and son Paul,
are spending several days here as the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Swei-
gart.
and Miss
Saturday
Horst
were,
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Oversubscribed
Loan by $75,100
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many of our people directly interest-
ed, it is going to be an easier mat-
ter to sell the forth issue when it
comes along.
At this writing the figures from
other boroughs are not available but
it is certain that Mount Joy Borough
ranks high in total amount sub-
seribed, in amount over subscribed
and in number of subscribers.
We want to impress on our readers
that this $177,750.00 represents Mt.
Jop Borough subscription. No sub-
scriptions from the surrounding
townships are included.
When the committee saw that we
were going to exceed our quota, John
McLain, County Chairman, was noti-
fied and asked to secure our Honor
Flag.
The flag reached Lancaster on Sat-
urday morning. Mr. P. Franck
have Boy Scouts
The
boys ran half mile laps, covering the
distance, thirteen and one half miles,
from the Woolworth Building to
Nowcomer’s Hardware Store in one
hour and twenty-two minutes.
After the flag reached here a pa-
rade was formed in which a large
number of citizens took part. After
the parade the flag was raised across
Main street between the Exchange
Hotel and Newcomer's Hardware
Store.
The ladies are deserving of great
credit for the wonderful assistance
they gave in making the campaign a
success.
Much credit is due to the captains
and members of the teams who work-
ed unceasingly until the quota of the
town had been reached and passed.
The borough was divided into seven
districts and the captains of the dis-
tricts were as follows: District No. 1,
. N. Nissley; No. 2, Clayton Hoff-
man; No. 3, J. F. Fenstermacher; No.
4, H. S. Newcomer; No. 5, H. E.
Hauer; No. 6, R. Fellenbaum, and
No. 7, ‘Walter G. Brown.
Mount, Joy has raised $620,000.00
in the three loans with additional
subscriptions still coming in and in
Burgess H. C. Schock is chairman


M. Stauffer, secretary and Thos. J.
Brown, treasurer.
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SATURDAY, MAY 1ith, 1918,
(HANDLER SIX
$1595
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First Quality Has Put
Chandler in First Place
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Because, for five years, the Chandler has been
a good car, so well built, so dependable in its
vice on the road And because now, so distin. ly
it ofiers extraordinary value.
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HEN men talk now of fine cars selling at
dium prices they speak first of the Chandler.
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The most distinguished feature of the Chandler
Six is its marvelous motor--Chandler-designed and
Chandler-built—which, through five years of re-
finement without radical changes, has been devel-
oped to a point approximating perfection.
The life, pick-up, power and endurance of the
Chandler motor have been a revelation to thou-
sands of experienced motorists.
The Chandler motor is mounted in a really great
chassis, and Chandler bodies offer an attractive
range of choice.
SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES
Seven-Passenger Touring Car, $1595 Four-Passenger Roadster, $1595
Four-Passenger Dispatch Car, $1675
Convertible Sedan, $2295 Convertible Coupe, $2195
All prices f. o. b. Cleveland)
Limousine, $2895

COME CHOOSE YOUR CHANDLER NOW
WALTER WELFLEY. Flom, Pa
MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO |
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PUBLIC SALE
of
COWS, HEIFERS, BULLS,/,SHOATS |
FRIDAY, MAY 17 1918
HOTEL McGINNIS, MOUNT JOY |
The WINGERT & HAAS Hat Stor
Plain ilats
We are the acknowledged headquarters for Hats for the
Our hats are of the best material and will look
Worth the price we ask.
plain sects.
well after long wear.
CAPS & GLOVES
RIGHT PRICES ALWAYS
They consist of Holsteins, Durhams,
Brindles, Ete. Fresh, Springers and
a few Bagkward Cows. Extra big
milkers afd good butter cows. Some
very good cows among this lot.
A / FEW STOCK BULLS
Large/ Lot Home-Raised SHOATS
This isa fine lot of stock and the sale
should not be overlooked.
Sale at 1.30 p. m.
C. S. FRANK & BRO.
J. L. Minnich, Auct.
J. H. Zeller, Clerk.
Any person having stock for sale,
SH 29-12 Bell phone, or drop us a
card.
JOHN A. HAAS, Proprietor.
144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Penna.




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Good Furniture
Is the only kind I sell—Fummture that is Furniture
ROCKERS, MIRRORS, HALL RACKS, EXTENSION TABLES
CHINA CLOSETS, KITCHEN CABINETS
SALE REGISTER
Friday, May 17-—At Hotel McGin-
nis in Mount Joy, a large lot of cows,
bulls and home-raised shoats by C. S.
Frank & Bro. Minnich, Auct.
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Rex Passed Away
The pet collie, Rex, of Mr. Harry
W. Hoffman, died. He was a very
fine dog and prized highly by Mr.
Hoffman.
BR a ———
WANTED—OId Pigeons in any
quantity from a pair to several hun.
dred pairs. Will pay 25 cents a pair.
Deliver any time at this office. 3-8-tf Undertaking and Embalming
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BORN
Mr. and Mrs. John Greenly
Rapho, announce the birth of a son.
OPPO RREOE
Your Health
Depends
Upon Your
DR. FRED P. AUTEN, Dentist
OPEN EVENINGS
If They Need
Attention See
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