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I PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELISVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 193S. £. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Speciai Yearly Rates Upon Request. a Acis to be Run 6 Times or More: LJ Per line, 6c cash: 7c charge. These Rates Are .Based .On Consecutive Insertions. There are five. (5) average words to each line. ; 50c Flat Rate. ·-" ' . , : - Phone 12 or 13 for or 1 and 2 Times: Per lino. 9c cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. 'Cards of Thanks,' Ad-Taker. Spec/d/--Your Ad .Inserted U 7'' Times for the Price of Six!--Special ..No-Ad. :ls T.dken.For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mournmc Goods 4 .BASKETS SPRAYS · · ; AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. n. DcMUTH. ic SONS . . SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors -SIBEL. FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In, FunerarScrvlcc." CALL. CONNHiLSvTIJLE -150. Personals . TO WHOM. IT MAY-CONCERN--Earl' F. : Wlltrout Is no lomicr employed by Tho . Survfco 'Radio' ' "Electric Company o! ' '1*1: SVM Apple lE.t.r..ConncllsvilIe. and 99 · -\\VMaln-St-t Unlontowi».--ahd- wo -will ' inat^bc responsIble'Tor.any' monies paid to "him or,any business transacted from Oils-date."- ; - '·· _.~ ._-·_:-· ; MEN!--Get visor at onccl- New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain, raw .oyster in- visorators and other stimulants, ( O n e dose peps up organs, Rlands. blood. Rccular price $1. Special price BiJc. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Business Service · Business Service Offered 18 .Strayed. Lost, Found. 10 STOLEN--Blue tick- nnd bcagtc · pup; · · -three nionths oM. Reward for return to ~r:Stcrrct:Shartcr..Conncusvlllc t Po.. R. D. _7^'j;No.-3S8.- _ - -- - · - · - :r:;^r--.-Automotive -" ' -" .'. ' --"Automobiles: for.'Sale-."_.,. II ; r. - - _STOPi_-- -LISTEN I '. ::.~WE. HAVE. .FOR. SALE . ;.. JJT, .;" THE BEST. '. ~ ', r',.'. .,"- :".': USED CARS!- ·;~ ' _'-J ''JlN CONNELLSyiLLE! ; ',".". :r:Comparc The Following Can! $550 $47a $375 $545 5223 1936 Bulck Cour,« ......................... . 1934 Bulck 4-door Sedan ...... --. 1935 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 1935 Chrysler 4-loor Sedan .1934 Ford 2-door -Sedan 3935- Graham 4-door Sedan '; 1935 Hudson 4-dixr Sedan J934 Pontiac 4-door Sedan ..... ,: 3932 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan '. 1933'Tcrraplanc 2-door Sedan i THESE PRICES 'ABE ALL UHDER ; THE PITTSBURGH MARKET! ; Can Be Easily Financed! \ . YOU^H MOTOR COMPANY. -'SOUTH PITTSBURO sS FHONE-8. -. ·''· CONNELLSVUJLE. PA. ' ". · "O.-K." USED CAR'S NOW-ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR .uOT "..'.:...: WEST:CRAWFORD AVI:. 'KEXT TO WERTIfEIMER MEN'S STORE, AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. - - Open Evenings 'till 11 o'clock. · -' ' Open Sundays 'till 6 o'cloiX. PHONE 105. ' ;:START T H E ' N E W YEAR " RIGHT BY BUYING .'. .', _' - ONE OF OUR. ' · -EXCELLENT USED CARS! ; ' THE FOLLOWING CARS --- - WILL BE SOLD -. ."...' AT THE ' : . . P-R-I-C-E-S · MENTIONED : ". AS IS!!! 1932 Chevrolet Coupe -...S7i 1931 Plymouth 4-door Soilan S95 1931 Chevrolet- 2 r door -S«mn $75 3931 Pontiac Coupe $75 3930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. -..M-cyllndcrV $79 i 3930 Ford Sport Roadster $49 3031 Dodge 4-door Sedan, with a beautiful dark green Duco finish, ,j ready to co for only 5125 2--1930 Ford-(4-cyIlnder) Coupes, both in "A-No. 1" condition, each priced 'j to soli at $99 1929 Oakland 4-door Sedan v^ln low inileafic, can be bought for $125 i 1930 Ford Sport RondsttT that is in Perfect Condition! The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Bought Tlirouch Our Easy Payment Plant WE ALSOJHAVE ON HAND-- . ' ,, ' Foriy." (40). other" excellent late model- -TiasscnetT-jears nnd trucks Uiat nro' thoroughly · reconditioned and ready ' f o r :your inspection. Stop In today and ilcl xin show you our display. Remember. DECEMBER is our · bargain . month! '.! ' BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF "' · ~. THE NEW "1038" MODLES OF · FORDS AND'LINCOLN ZEPHYR'CARS. The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! , WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. -HONE. 407. $1 OILS--And makes minor adlustmcnts on-any sewing machine In your home. Parts extra.'" Phone. 890. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono 9045. Insurance and Surety Uonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIKE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. - PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. PBON35 22 or 13 for an ad-taker I DULL'S TRANSFER Sc STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every oad Insured. Modern storage for house- ; icld goods. We do crating for shipment j jy raiL Phone 50.. 122 East Peach atrcct. 1 ;_Opcn Evenings! Open .Sundays! EXCELLENT BUYS IN .USED CARS! GLESSNER- MOTOU CO. Poplar Grove. · Route 119. Phone 1195. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. 253 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 AUTO SERVICE STATION 1937 CMC TRUCKS NOW LOCATED AT 1017 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. FOR SALE--Model A Pickup. $30.00. Harlcy Davidson Twin Tandem, $15.00. H, B. Brown. Third street. South Con'. ncllsvlllc. ' ' . . YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get tho desired results before your ad expires. Why not advertise that extra dresser? TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 20 ·;--'·Tbday'a uncharted puzzls starts with No.-1, across, a-four-letter '·--" : word.- Number 1, dowji,-a'four-letter word. Fill-In squares at the ^.·7:--.· "«nd. ofOach word and check with tomorrow's solution. . . . ^ . - - . ' ACBOSS . . - · . - · r-'i-- iny'entof pf 22~Corncr'cd · ^i:.- the. tele-'-- 24-- Sago '·'·" phone 26 -- Guaranteed 5-^Author of 28 -- Escaped "The Vision 30-- External of Sir Laun- 32 -- Flowed 33-- A motor- coach 34 -- Slope ..... 36-- Like 37-- Hurried 39-- Sixth note of " the scale 40-- LUtlo Islands '--'-- -· ·.' lal t T -- "tl-- Apart '~T«i3U_^.ttc"n r_ spirits ------- - 12-^Kuns.awny '.'a noose 16-^taborlous 31--Small brooks 10--Not ripened -33--Bottom ' '17--Forward · 18-rDomcsUc pet · 20^--Before . 21--Conjuno- ' . tion ' 21--Assisted 23--Intention 24--Damp 25--Apprclien- sivc 2T^--Covered : . with rust 2S--A long leather thonjrwith Answer (o previous puzzle 35--Tablets. 37--The border of a garment 38--Yelp 41--Observe! ' 43--An Inlet from the sea 42--Concede 41--Destined -.45--Proceed DOWN . . 1--A poet ' i n folklore 2--Author of '7--Very small "SUns 8--Half an em · Marner".. 9--I-arg«t 3--Behoia! tawny 4--A record of African ship's beasts voyage 10--A kind of 6--A monst«r tree DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All Wnds. Sec me [or rates. James R. .LaUKhlln. Insurance. 309 First National Bunk Building. Phono 520. Moving, Trucking. Storage 25 ' Merchandise Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers 5G IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try n load ol our specially pcrpared stoker coal. Consolidated Coal Supply Company. Phone 1700. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine loc bubhc! delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASIUNGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phone C'vlllc. 107: Scottdalc. 502: Dawson. 4037. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. l!c nnd 13o delivered. Geo. W. Kern. Conncllsvlllc. Phone 4121-R-ll. BEST QUALITY--0 Ft. cokinR coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery- Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. BEST !) FT. COAL--100 bu. or over. 9c bu. Cash. Delivered. Joe McGlnnis. Phone 1800-11. Household Goods 59 LOCAL--And lond distance moving. Accnt Greyhound Lines. All coods Insured. KInt rates clvcn. John W. Miller. Phono 183. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. LARGE SELECTION-OF SLIGHTLY USED AND NEW FURNITURE. COAL HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT MERV1S FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON YOUR FURNITURE. rrintinc. EnKnivlns, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S ' . GLADLY GIVEN ON ~ YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calllne .Cards I-Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! ". . At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 01. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other surclcal appliances. A. A Clcrke. PH. C. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street Phoni 194. E. F. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWORTH BLDG. PHONE 125-J Rcpairinc and Rcfinlshinir 29 UPHOLSTERING--Furniture repairs, slip covers. Perfect finished work--factory methods. Rudolphs. Phone 3817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Girl for general housework. Inquire 113 South Cotta£o avenue. Financial Need Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN 103BI PAY OFF ALL--Yo'Jr bills with a PERSONAL LOAN! Have only one plac* to pay Instead of many! You need only ONE tlunK here:--tho ability to · repay smntl, regular sums on any loan ' plan selected. LOANS up to $300. Come In. 'PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory Store. Phone 34. -- ·WEST CRAWFOHD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction CIu.vscs 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ·PENNSYLVANIA FINEST--Commercial School--^Ild-tcrm now opening--S54.50 new typewriter given with each Scholarship. Send lor new Catalogue. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. Merchandise . Articles . for. Sale ,, , .: 51 MATS FOR' SALE--Courier mnw at Ic per. each. Can bemused for llnlnc your gnrane. chicken coip or out buildings of any kind. Inquire nt Courier ORlcc. Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patch! nj; tUat small break In the kitcbtn .wall, or plastering every wall in'the house, we con furnish your - nccciji. Conholidalcd Coal Supply Company. Phono 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked.. 50c per bushel.; Somerbct 'potatoes, '$1.25 per ba«. We dcllvt-r. 413 E, Washington Avc. Phono EU5-R. HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive C his:; Hied Ad In our Classified Section which'will find a market . ' for your f a r m products, your live ' titock. your farm Implements, and' household Roods? You will find many people who want tc buy the many things you have for · sole! Tho Daily Courier has a Inrfie .. rural circulation which . makes It the popular choice amontf the farmers and assures you 1 Uiat ybur'message, will reach the people who are in tho market for your- products. You Will Find: Our rat« In Ihe above Classified head Inn. . All Clarsiflcd Ads aro payable in advance) A-No. 1 SEUVJCE Is what you Get from ClatJflcd Ads. When you have a special need to nil. phono ui, the particular.; and details. You can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13. FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used furrituro In dud ir\K eon), gas and combination- ranees and heaters. Albo some fiood pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. - " 122 EAST PKACH ST. PHONE W. Wanted--To Buy · . 6G TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box .23. care Courier, sUUng condition of machine, price, nd style number. 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 "5c" PER 'POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom, suitable for two persons. Inquire C02 Edna street. FOR RENT--One large room, suitable for one or two persons. Jno. Wlshart, 510 N. Plttsuurg St. Phone 2037-J. Rooms for Housekeeping . 69 FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for llslit housekeeping. No children. 256 N. Sixth street. FOR RFNT--Two Hunt housekeeping rooms. Inquire 124 South Sixth street Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RKNT--Modern, rear apartment four rooms and bath. Steam heat water, janitor service free. Reasonable rent. Kinglcy Apartment. Inquire Harris*, 210 N. Pittsburff street. FOR RENT--An apartment. Inquin Sinutz Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue West.Side. .. THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS--Prlvat^ -··bath. Heat, licht. gas, water furnished Inquire J22 W. Pcnch street. FOR RENT--Furnished apartment. In quire I I I East Patterson avenue. Houses for Rent 77 TWO. FIVE AND SIX--Room houses, al . modern conveniences." Newly decorated 1010 and 1011 Green street. A. C Hcrwick. Phono* 52G. Evcninfis 273. FOR RENT--Nine room brick, near Hobbins; five rooms. East Apple; six rooms near Trader. Peter R. Weimer · WcJnier Arcndc. FOR RENT--Modern r-lx room house a 1 Dlckerson Run, with all conveniences Phone, Dawson, 4C02, FOR RENT -- House on Washington avenue, six rooms, bath, Inquire Dr .Wjikcficld, 139 K. Crawford' Avc. Estate for Sale PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA, PHONE 975 Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Storeroom on South Pitti- burg Street Formerly occupied by Robinson's Drug Store. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Farms and Land for Sale S3 FOR SALE OR TRADE--200 acres land in two separate farms. Call Scottdalc 40M-R-22. 29 ACRE FARM--BulUkln Township /rood house, modern conveniences, g outbuildings. Write A. W. Fowler, 21i E. Cherry street. New Castle. Pa. FARM FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT- SIX room house, barn, 184 acres. Inquire 81ti McCormick avenue. WHKN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section you buy from choice not Zrotn pcruadon. 7~emf/e COPYRlCim RELEASED DY CENTRAL PWJS ASSOCTATION CHAPTER 40 i TOLD MX SHU? ;liat I bad seen people aappy in surroundings ao primitive* as ours; Lh.ero were compensuUons in austere living; that my iuthcr and mother nc.d Been content on their utUc farm, i forgot, you see, Dial A had not been conbxit; Uiat Jl nud asked lor somcuung more than ideals and uspiruuon.3. 1 uad wanted luxury, ueauty, a life puuked to Uic urim with vivlu experience, and i oad gone lortn to ilnd lu it was lute wncu at lust 1 rose and went out oi doors, I'ho moon was flooding the vaucy. turning the stream whicli wnUled Uirougil it into a silver serpent. I'he beamy was so intense tnat i was hurt oy it, us U it mocked the ugliness u£ Uic tilings wnicu man nuu made. 1 tell that tf Minn were oy my side, llfumj ner eyes to tno mils, there coulu be Dctwecn us no our- rier or runcor or oitterness. A wanted to call ncr, out 1 dared not. As 1 stood Uicrc, something brusncd against mo--a eold nose touched my uand. A great dog had come out ot Uic shadows which struck athwart Uio house. He had been, i learned afterwords, my uncle's pet. Ho wus a collie, and his name was Jason. By some subUc instinct he seemed to know me at once us the new master. He stood punting beside me, bis tail waving like a plume." 1 was glad to'nuve him there. 1 had thought before he came that my loncnncss was' insupportable. Tho heavens had seemed empty, and tho earth--and 1 a desolate atom m a desert ol despair. Mimi and 1 ate breakfast Uic next morning under tho amazed eyes or Dora Hayes. Jn a sort of daze of admiration she set on the table the not rolls which ncr mother had sent over, Lho ham and fried vggs, a great bowl of fresh cherries. She bod never, 1 am sure, seen anyone like Mimi, slim and whlto in short skirt and sweater, her hair an oriuammo in the morning sun. Dora's youth was scrawny and freckled and towhcadcd and badly dressed. Yet, 1 am convinced she felt no Jealousy of Miml, she gloated over her rather, as a child gloats over some newly discovered treasure. Miml played her part, as mistress of the house, pleasanUy. She asked If she might have an egg boiled instead of fried, and she ate cherries while she waited. "The cherries arc from our own orchard," 1 told her. Her eyes met mine coldly, "Arc they?" "Yes. 1 picked them. I've been out looking over the place." I tried to speak easily. "It isn't so bad." Hot color flamed op Into her checks, but she said nothing. And presently Dora came back with the egg, and Mimt asked her question or two--whether her mother had really risen so early to bake the bread, and the name ot tho collie, who stood waving his plumed toll outside of the screen door. The collie. Dora sold, hac missed and mourned my uncle "Mr. Chandler had been traveling before he died, you know, and he didn't live long after he came back here. Mother and I nursed him And Jason never left him. H goes up tho mountain every day and sits a long time by Mr Chandler's grave, and then h seems to be satisfied. And he al "I'm not fitted for this life." ways stays In this house. We can't get him to come to us--we don't ·y any more . . ." "Let mm in, Jerry," Miml said, and 1 rose and unlatched the screen. The big dog, with a flash of his eye for me, went straight up to Miml and stood by her side, its cars cocked. He seemed to be waiting for her to make the Orst move In the affair of their friendship. 'Jason?" sold Miml, "1 wonder why?" "Perhaps because of his golden fleece," I ventured. The big dog still waited. ·Jason?" Miml said again, and this time It was an interrogation. How mucn ore you going to love me?" He gave a quick bark as If he understood and answered. It was his pledge of loyalty. He dropped down on the floor by her chair, laid his head on his paws, his bright eyes seeming to weigh us as he watched. Jason from that day was Mlml's dog In a way he was never mine; although he gave me an unwavering devotion. Ho became her guardian, tho companion of her walks, her protector--there were times when I envied him the hours he spent with her, and from which I was shut out. Ho followed us this morning when breakfast was finished, and we went out on the porch. I had sold, "Come and look at our farm, Mimi," and she nod hesitated. But Dora's eyes wcro upon us. She was clearing the table with much clattering of dishes. "You'd better put on your hat, Mrs. Chandler," she volunteered "you'll get all freckled." Miml shook her head, "1 love the sun." Our house stood on the side ol the mountain, with the r.anch lands on the broad lower level which might, in prehistoric times, have formed the bed of some great river. The barns were red-painted Ike the house, the chickens and ducks gave a kaleidoscope cUcct.oZ many colors at this distance, tho'' ilgcons snow-dotted the roofs. There were cows in the pasture,* and men and horses in the wide! meadows. Towards tho west wercj the cherry orchards, their round-! topped trees like great bouquets;! beyond the orchards a neighboring m o u n t a i n rose silver-crested', against a sapphire sky. , . i wanted to say, "God made it," as my father had so often said, when we worshiped beauty. But L lacked the courage to speak my thoughts to Mimi. 1 had my first sharp sense of a point of dlver- jencc in our ideals. What 1 said was, "Miml, docsn'ti all this malco up a. bit for tho' house?" She did not look at me. "Jerry,, nothing can make up. I'm not. fitted for this life. I don't know where to begin . . ." Something seemed to die in me. Through the darkness which had fallen upon me 1 tried to grope my way back to the words of that radiant ceremony, "For better or for worse . . . for richer . . . for poorer ..." Mimi had never meant them. She bad said she could not bo poor. And I, knowing how she felt, had urged her to perjure herself with-a promise. Well, 1 wouldn't hold her to It. 1 spoke with an effort--"I havel no right to ask you to stay, Miml." 1 She turned on me her startled; glance, "What do you mean?" ! "1 thought it all over last night, i The best thing we can do la to go back to St. Louis." . "But we can't go back!" "Why not?" "Do you think 1 could face, them? No. We'll stick it outi somehow. 1 couldn't bear to nave', my friends know how I had been--fooled." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 SEE THESE PROPERTIES! SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room frame house, finished nttlc, hot nlr heat, bath, good cellar, two car gartifle. Modern and in tho very best of condition. Price $4,000. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room frame house, bath anu Karage. Priced to sell at $1.200. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. A REAL DUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-713 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold nt once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to Sl.500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 143. HERE IS TIIE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR I CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of lane? and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace. naraRC and laundry. Just recently remodeled nnd In the very best ol condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire, Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. EXCEPTIONAL BUYS I WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In every respect: Green street extension, five room bimualow. hot water heat, $2,020; on Narrows, seven room, mortcrn, caraKe, one acre of ground. $2.500. PETER R. WEIMER WEIMER. ARCADE. FOR SALE--Frame building, 18x30 feet. Comer South Plttsburg Street nnd Woodlawn Avenue. Can be made into a three room house. $1.500. Inquire. Robert Norrls. Phone. 505. Herbert Boyd Dies; Was Superintendent For Prick Company Herbert Boyd, G6 years old, of Brovvnfield, died this morning at 2:30 o'clock at Uniontown Hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks with complications. Mr. Boyd was born in the vicinity o£ Pennsville and had resided in the Brownfleld district since 1913. He was a retired superintendent ol the Brownlield plant of the H. C. Frick Coke Company after having served at Adelaide. Mr. Boyd had been with the concern about 37 years. He is survived by his wife, Rebecca Kough Boyd, and one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Klemmcr of. Wilkinsburg, a son, Herbert Boyd, Jr., one grandchild and two brothers, Charles o£ Dawson and Edward ol" Connells- villc. Tile funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at i o' the late home at Brownfleld. Interment will be made in Hill Grove Cemetery. Somerset Bank Election. SOMERET, Jan. 5.--John I. Scull was named president, Robert' S. '; Scull, Robert E. Beerits, George J. - Krcbs and Budd B. Boose, vice-presidents, Halph E. Dickey, secretary- treasurer and Miss Rose Fluck, assistant secretary-treasurer, o£ the Somerset Trust Company. Mrs. E. V. Cook, Thomas B. Hitchman and Warren W. Sipe were named new directors after the board was authorized enlarged to 11. Texas Oystcrmcn Organize. PALACIOS, Tex., Jan. 5.--Dealers from the majority of oyster centers in the Texas gulf coast have perfected a state organization. Objects of the association are the protection of oyster production and elimination of unfair, out-of-statc competition by curbing illegal trucking. EXCUSE IT, PLEASE! FOR SALE--Six room house, bath, hot water heat. Lot 40x140 feet. 1328 South Pittsburg Street. ?3,000. Inquire. Robert Norrls. Phone. 505. · REMEMBER. The more you toy. Uic i quicker it pays. j \fe!^J.gJil^5J»ftfeMt^^ hisJunch hour-:

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