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James M. Saylor, 51, Molter's Station, Dies James M. Saylor, highly-respected highly-respected and well-known merchant of Motter's Station, died Thursday at noon following several weeks' illness illness of a heart condition. He aged 51 years, 10 months and days. Mr. Saylor, active in Republican politics in the north section of county, was a member of the Republican Central committee. aÂ«d for the past 27 years conducted general merchandise and feed store at Motter's Station. He was a member of Elias Evangelical Lutheran church, Emmitsburg, and of the Men's Bible Class. He was a son of the late Marshall and Ellen Saylor, lifelong residents of Em- mitsb.urg District. Besides his widow, widow, Mrs. Grace Riffle Saylor. he survived by the following children: Corporal J. Richard Saylor and Corporal Robert R. Saylor, both whom are now in service in Thomas F., Anna Margaret and Mary Ellen Saylor, at home. These brothers and sister also survive: Clarence Saylor, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Oscar Saylor, Rocky Ridge; Roy Saylor and Mrs. Ralph Ruggles, Ruggles, both of Washington. One grandchild is also a survivor. The body is at the late home where short services will be held Sunday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock followed by services at the Lutheran Lutheran church in Emmitsburg at 2 o'clock, conducted -by. the pastor. P-.'.'. Philip E. Bower. Interment in adjoining cemetery. M. L. Creager Son, funeral directors.