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...... I HE. OTTAWA JOUHNAL 35 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ' Automobiles Far Bate. Attention! Car Owners HOW MUCH IS fr COSTING YOU TO DRIVE YOUR PRESENT CAR IS IT GETTING OLD AND INEFFI-CIENT, EXPENSIVE TO OPERATE ARE "PETTY ANNOYANCES AND . CONSTANT REPAIR BILLS, TAKING THE JOY OUT OP THESE FALL DAYS AND WEEK-ENDS Why not change the car - NOW - for a hetler one, a later model, or perhaps a new CHEVROLET or BUICK. .And here is another good reason: This.weejt We are clearing new 1936 CHEVROLET and BUICK cars and your present car will trade in much beyond its Value. There are also a few demonstrating cars to he disposed of immediately in the same manner and some specially good 1935 and 1934 oars of Various makes, such as Chevrolet r-Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Dodge and Ford . . . drive your car over to PINKS LIMITED and see the kind of deal you can make NOW Because W e Positively Are Clearing Stock This Week at NEXTYEAR'S PRICES PINKS LIMITED COR. SPARKS AND LYON SIS. BUY NOW AT NEXT YEAR'S PRICES Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks 1920 Durant Sedan $85 1930 Chevrolet COOK Coupe tDeSOU 1931 Oldsmobile CQQC Sedan DOU ,w,sV... $450 193S Graham Spe- (PC CCA rial Sedan DO JU Many other Bargain! OPEN EVENINGS In e LAVAL MOTOR SALES Distributors for Dlamond-T Trucks 71 LAVAL-STREET HULL SHERWOOD 0331 -Troperty for Sale. Tax Exemptions Every home builder in Hampton Park Is granted tax exemptions for five years. We would advise -the early selection of' a site in this . ' attractive area embracing such streets as Geneva, Helena, . Piccadilly, etc. The price of land is certainly reasonable $6 per foot frontage. Mortgage Money Available at 5. Trv omson Keal Estate and '204 Wellington St., Cor. Bank. Lumber and Building Material, - Good Second-Hand Lumber $18 Pet M. Good as New. Also special In Shinties at 2 50 par M. LOWEST PRICES rOR LATH. HARDWOOD FLOORING. POSTS. BEAMS. ANGLES. WINDOWS. DOORS. ETC. Lara stock of timber All lenstha and sizes. BIG STOCK OP HOT WATER RADIATION. Sinks. Basins, Toilets. Kitchen Tanks; Baths. Laundry Tubs. New 4 Inch Sotl Pipes. VARIETY OP TINSMITH EQUIPMENT. Enquire from us Wa can sav you money. M. Zagerman & Co., Limited '. 1204 BAYV1EW ROAD S. M Insulation Service. HOUSE INSULATION (Canadian Spun Rock Wool) INSULATION PRODUCTS 355 Sparks Street Te Let, STORE & 2 APTS 3M GUdston Avcam X.Terms $1,00 Down laMtrWchaatr could haw Immediate WoMeuioa of store with ttvlnc room tu itu. nciMinwi ui uunuinp leased at $43 per month. Store ts suitable for grocery and fruit store. SU1(D ft iter and oecoraior. or oaroer ifhJ beauty parlor combined. Mpoia at a favoraoie price. AbdIt C.VW. ROSS STMrtralfs It a-ranUtii, c. fas, q. ftta Used Trucks for Sale. EUOBY PANEL Truck Ton A BARGAIN A-l Condition New Paint Job INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO, LTD. MOTOR y. TRUCKS tt Sparta St CLASSIFZED DISPLAY Automobiles Far Sato. r 1929 Dodge Panel ffOQC New tires . tBaWtJ 1930 Chevrolet COCA Stake XV, ton eBsSUl 1932 Studebaker $(J95 iLon Wheel Base, I 1934 Maple Leaf 45 ll-onjr Wheel Base.) 1934 Internationl Unr Wheel Base D 1 JO Uaed Car -ana Trucks, TERMS ARRANGED , Property for Sale. C01 Insurance. Q. 1063 Lumber -and Bnlldlng MaterUL Insolation Service. Queen 1148 Houses (or Sale. n SOMERSET ST. W. With a ood view of the Driveway. -very substantial solid horn, ground floor library, six bedrooms, two bathrooms, hot water heat. Price aa.aoo to clow an mum. Offers and terras considered. Realtors and Insurance Broker 100 BANK ST, Q. l48-Mfl Aarte Accraasriea. Automobile Glass. btttallea while yM waft by Practical Mechanic. W. J. CABSON Limited m La nrter Are, West Q. CM Hardwood flooring ii LivoriU diet of termites, becsui it is pur cUuIof. y . PI ggcoft CLASSIFIED DISPLAY , Aatea far Sale. WE MUST HAVE ROOM Our New 1937 Plymouth arid Chrysler Models Have Just Arrived WE MUST HAVE ROOM i . - ' '-SO' '" ' . .' ; Our Need is Your Opportunity See and Compare These Values Before Buying 1933 PLYMOUTH COUPE deLuxe . Rumble Seat. Just like new. Regular price $475. Re- CA AH duced to ,...JH:4 I 1931 FORD COUPE. Rumble seat." Excellent condition. Regular dQ 1 Q price $250. Reduced to . DaWjL7 1928 CHEVROLET SEDAN, price $150. Reduced to ,. mAnY .Others AT 6keATLV rediICkd pktcTS Horner Motor Sales CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS Corner Bank and McLeod Streets. Used Car Lot, Cor. Bank and Arlington Carling 390 . . . Carling 379 r - Autos lor Sale. Waverley Motors, Ltd. 148 Albert St Queen I860 West End Showroom 3 Irvinf Ave. Tel. Sher. 1840 Chrysler Sedan, 193S Airstream Six. 118" wheelbase, hydraulic brakes, all steel body, floating power. In exceptional condition. $775.00 .Auto Service. The MOTOR 8EBV1CE Co. Brakes Steering EXCESSIVE TIRE WEAR til Laarier Ave. W. Q. V Just Weat of Bank St. PROSPECTORS' CLASSES riusM for the tntntoff of Drospec- ton will be held under the auspices tt th rtntario DeDartment of Mines at 237 Sparks street. Ottawa, bejinntnt aTTWiay, ucwocr ejwui, ana cunuouuii for etcht dys. Instruction in elementary chemistry and eeolosrv will be liven, and par ticular attention wiu o paia w uie luenttncation 01 minerals, The course will be under the .direc- tlon of Dr. W; D Harding, who wilt also give five evening lectures n kindred subjects Illustrated by lantern slides. HON. PAUL. LtUUC, Minister of Mines. T. T. SUTHERLAND. Deputy Minister, Toronto, Canada IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO. In the Matter of the Canadian Women's ftfcmerlal Bnlldlne Federation, and fa the matter et th Winding-up Act. PURSUANT to the Orders of the above named Court bearing data the 1th day of March. 1934, directing that me aoove namea company do wouna up under th provisions of the Wind Ing-Up Act, 1 hereby direct that person who contributed or subscribed any sums of money towards the objects of the company do on or before the 3Ut day of October. W9. send by post prepaid to Arthur A. Crawley. JEsqutre. Blackburn Building. Soarks Street. Ottawa. Ontario. Liquidator of the aaVd comosny. their Christian names and surnames, addresses and descrip tions and full particulars of the amount rvrntrihtitavt bv Lhrm vrlfld h oath. and in default thereof their claim. If any. to the return of any subscrip tion will De cieau wun in ineir aosence, and without further notice to them. The undersigned Local Master will on the 3rd day of November, 1936. at the hour of ten-thirty .o'clock In the forenoon et hi chambers in the Court ; House at the City of Ottawa, deal with the claims for the return of the said subscriptions filed with the said Liquidator, and let all parties then attend. Dated this 22nd day of Sep tember, AD 1330. T. A. MACES. Local Master. SCO at Ottawa. Clark, Robertson, Macdonald and Connolly. 65 Sparks Street. Ottawa, Ontario. Solicitors for the liquidator. TREASURER'S SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES Township of Nepeaa, County of Carleton. TO WIT: By virtue of a warrant lasued by th. Reeve ot the Township cf Nepean bearing data ot the 30th ot Auffust, 1B3S. sale ot lands in arrears of taxes In the Township of Nepean will be held at the Township Hall, Westboro. at the hour of 9.30 o'clock a.m. on Wednesday, the Sth day of December, IBM, unlets the taxes and costs are sooner paid. Notice la hereby given that the list of lands tor sale for arrears of taxes is belnf published In th Ontario Gazette on the Sth day of September, me Jra any ot uctooer and the 1th day of November, una, and that cop lei of the said list may be had at my office after September 19th. Treasurer's office this 3rd day of aptcmDar, asaa. A. C. MORRIS, Treasurer, Township of Nepean. BAILIFF'S SALE TaeaxUy, October IT, at 11 a.m. t will sail the household effects distrained for rent at T. Landry's Auction Rooms. 318 Rldeau street, the goods - having been moved from TP Rosa avenue for the convenlenoa of tna sale. .Terms-cash. - ?Adt LSVET, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FUEL FOR SALE .47 MS COBOI FIRST GaADS soft, hardwood slabs, lowest prices. A. Asayot tut, vatuns g. 9U . .. . CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Autos for Sal. Regular $119 Series Cheque Is an Old Story Lazzeri Not Excited Over Money Di' Maggio Happy. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 23. VP) Joe Dimaggio ejaculated "hot dog!" and Tony .Lazzeri said "Ho, hum" when told today cheques for their shares of the world series money were in the mail. The two New York Yankees stars intend to do the tame thing with the 46,430 each will receive put it in the bank. "My banker will provide a nice home for that money," laughed young Dlmarfio. "I may Invest In some kind of business later1 on, but I haven't any idea a to what just now. Bring on the mailman." To Lazzeri, veteran of the base ball wars, it Is an old story. He has participated in- five world aeries pools. "I'm" locking it in the bank, just like I did before. You never can tell when that rainy day will come along." Dimaggio, regarded in' these parts as thevgreatest major league freshman since Ty Cobb, recalled Mel Harder as the toughest pitcher" he faced during the regu lar American League season. Cornwall Sextet Ready ior Practice CORNWALL, Oct. 23. (Special) Selected from among more than one hundred names suggested in a fan contest, the name "Cornwall Flyers" has been selected for Billie Boucher's senior team which is slated to represent Cornwall in Ottawa City League this season. The line-up is now complete and Boucher is awaiting first ice in the new community arena to be ready about November 1, to get his boys in action. Boucher, former N.H.L. star will combine his coaching duties with those of as sistant rink" manager. C. A. WELLS. MORRISBURG, Oct. 23 (Spe cial). Cornelius Arthur Wells. aged 74, died yesterday at his home near Morrisburg. He was born in Williamsburg township, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wells, moving to the river front east of town when a child. Sixteen years ago, he retired from active farming and moved to the east end of Morris burg, where he resided until his death. He Is survived by his wife, the former Emma Casselman; tour daughters, Mrs. Samuel Lawrence, Massena, N.Y.; Mrs. George Lawrence and Mrs. Harold Cole, Waddington, N.Y, and Mrs. Ernest Canaugh, of Aultsville; two sons, Arthur and Charles Wells, ot Syracuse, N.Y.; two brothers, Morley J. Wells, of Morrisburg, and William Wells, of Aultsville, and one sister, Mr. Martin Casselman, of Westfield, NJ. The funeral takes place at 2 p.m. Saturday-1 St Paul's Lutheran church, Morrisburg, Rev. W. A. Mehlenbacher conducting. BARN BURNS NEAR KENMORE. KENMORE, Oct 23. (Special) Fire believed to be due to sparks from a chimney destroyed a barn on the farm of Gilbert Hartin, near here, Wednesday with a loss estimated at approximately (6,000. Contents of the building included a new threshing machine, owned by Alex Craig, of Ken more, and valued at $1,000, II pigs, a number of hens, about 125 tons of hayr 600 bushels -of oats and 75 bags of potatoes. All were destroyed in the flames. TREASURER'S SALE OF LANDS FOR TAXES Pubuo notice la hereby given that the Utt bf lands in the City of Ottawa for aala for arrears of taxes.. local !m- Srovementa 'and water ratea, computed the Slat day of December, 1SJ1, has been prepared: that copies thereof may be had at my office In the Trans- S'rtaUon Building In the City of Ot-wa, and that the-said list Is belns published In the Ontario Catena and will appear therein on the Sth day ol September, Srd day ot October, and TUt day of November. Use. end that In default At payment of the eatd taxes, local tmprovemanta, water rates and coats, the aald lands, or so much thereof as may be necessary, win be aoM by Publlo Auction, at the Board Room of the Camei-M Library la the City of Ottawa, on Wednesday, the tth day of December. IKK. at the hour of tea o'clock In the forenoon, DATED at Ottawa, nth August. !3f . O. P. CORDON, 1 ,..-luia!uui).v ,- W Treasurer. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Autos tor Sale. 1935 CHRYSLER 6 deLuxe Touring Sedan. Regular $900. tPQfTA Reduced to POOU 1934 CHRYSLER 6 SEDAN: Regular I price 1700. Reduced g'J 1933 DODGE SEDAN deLuxe.' Regular- ' price $550- Reduced lQ Has Novel System Getting Tickets Newspaper Obituary Columns Solve. Fan's Problems. PITTSBURGH, Oct 23. VP) Tomorrow, when undefeated Notre Dame clashes against the Pittsburgh Panthers here, a sellout crowd of 7?,500 is expected to watch the football battle. Scalpers tonight were asking as high as $50 a ticket. One fan, turned down at the ticket office, came up with two tickets today. His friend asked him how he got them. "Don't teH anyone," he whls pered; "but I've used my system for years, when all else fails. I look up the obituary column in the newspaper and then make some calls to see if there are any unused football tickets around. It's worked so far." Referee Upset Over Treatment Donovan Says Bout "Ruined Boxing in Toronto." NEW YORK, Oct. 23. 0 Arthur Donovan, considered one ot the most caDable referees, in the llnited States, today returned to New York from Toronto. He had been requested by Toronto boxing authorities to referee a bout there last Monday between Max Bacr and Dutch Weimer. Baer and his manager Ancil Hoffman, refused to allow Donovan to officiate, however, owing to a grudge that started more than two years ago when Donovan retereed the Baer-Primo Camera fight here.: While admitting he "was burning up" over treatment accorded him by Bacr and his entourage Donovan declined comment other than to assert "the fight had ruined boxing In Toronto". Art Bogue Reported "Out of Danger" DETROIT, Mich, Oct. 23. Ol Art Bogue, 21-year-old amateur centre player and candidate for a position with Pittsburgh Hornets, of . the International - American Hockey League, was reported "out of danger" by hospital officials here today,' i Bogue suffered a fractured skull after a collision with another amateur during a practice session here a few days- ago. He will be oat at least five weeks. Bogue played in the Michigan-Ontario League last Winter. Harp-Maker In His -t rrr-r ; rT-xV jjf F 'mm. sT Satnm sua ii ill las" '. ' 1 ....'. Chariest UndemaB. who learned Us trade under Europe?1 a master eraf Unaea when a young nun, working in his small plant in sabarbaa Chicago. Be spends from tw to three month making single ta-ttnmenC i - . , , ' . . , . - Noted -Authority Art Photography Nicholas , Has Will Lecture In. Ottawa.. '-. A distinguished international authority on the art of photography, Nicholas' .Hex arrived in Ottawa' yesterday to lecture at the Third Canadian International Salon of Photographic Art, which opens a two weeks' exhibition 'at the National Gallery of Canada at noon today. On Monday evening, Mr. Haz will lecture on "Fundamentals of Composition," and on Wednesday, using a living model, will speak on "Portraiture and Figure Photography." A native- of Hungary, Mr. Haz atudied in several European academics, and many of his paintings and drawings are to be found in the national collections of Hun gary and Germany. i Since going to the united States 18 years ago, he has become pre-eminently interested in photography, which he believes will eventually supersede painting as an art. Painting Is a passing art, it has little future." he believes. "We have only to consider such branches of photographic study as the motion pictures and television to realize photography has become the more important branch of picture-making." The C mema By W. Met. LIELEN HUNT JACKSON'S ro- mantic idyll, "Ramona," cur. rently at the RKO CAPITOL THEATRE, was photographed in Tech nicolor, with Loretta Young in the title role,' Don Amcche as Ales sandro, and a capable cast headed by Kent .Taylor, Pauline Frederick Katherine De Mille and Jane Dar-well in support The opening sequences are en acted in the gay, colorful, lively fiesta atmosphere of the Moreno rancho, where the anticipated be trothal of Ramona and JFelipe is opposed by Senora Moreno, who dramatically discloses the secret of the girl's birth. Ramona is driven into the waiting arms ot Alessan dro, and they flee the hacienda to be married by a Mission Father. The young couple are blissfully happy with- their baby in Ales- sandro's Indian village until the fertile fields and orchards: of their earthly paradise .'ere invaded by white settlers and the Indians evicted from their homes. The narrative becomes starkly dramatic when the child ts taken seriously 111 and Alessandro is fatally wound ed while returning with medicine from the white settlement Ra-mona's tragedy is completed with his death, but the story ends on a note of future peace and happiness as her baby recovers and Felipe Moreno arrives with renewed pro testations ot his undying love. . Written in the early 1880's, Miss Jackson story of the shameful treatment accorded the Indians after old California was thrown open for colonization by the Government at Washington may seem trite in this modern day. Never theless, the motivating theme of "Ramona" holds the interest, while the natural scenic beauty of rolling meadow and mountain country lends itself admirably to the new if not perfect, process of natural color photography. Baer Brothers -Received $2,953 Total -H TORONTO, Oct. '23. Oi The Bacrhrothcrs', Maxlc anrl Buddy, received a total of $2,953 for their night's work here Monday, the pror.. moters announced tonight in releasing a financial statement. Total receipts were $8,060.12. Ten percent, went to the non-pensioned veterans' widows' burial fund. The promoters 'got $550. Both men knocked out their Opponents in the second round of their boxing matches. Max Baer received $2,000, and his brother $953, while their opponents got $600, Dutch Weimer $400 and Salvatore Rug-girello $200. WIN ATTENDANCE SHIELDS. J. E. Lcgault, Separate School attendance officer, announced the McKinley school attendance shields for September have been swarded to St Agatha's mixed school, with a percentage of 98.1 attendance, and to Ste. Anne's girls' school, with a percentage of 98.3. One-Man Factory Merrickville Man - 1 Is Injured by HorBB-, . SMITHS FALLS, Ont, Oct . (Special) William Webb, farmer living In the vicinity of MerrlckviUt, is a patient In St Francis General Hospital here, suffering from fractured ribs and other painful Injuries sustained when he was attacked by a horse while at work in the stable at Ms farm. The Injured man wa treated at .the scene of the accident by Dr. J. A. McCue, ot Smiths Falls, and was later removed to the hospital where he is reported as recovering. The Injured man said the animal was quiet and was at a loss to explain its sudden attack. SPENCERVILLE WX SPENCERVILLE. .Ont.. -Oct 23. (Special). The - Women's Institute met at the home of Mrs. S. Reid on Wednesday evening, with Mrs. V. Gen to and Mrs. Herman Leizert as conveners and Mrs. Gen to presiding, assisted by the secretary-treasurer, Mrs. S. Reid. Plans were made to supply clothing to. a needy family and it waa also decided to sell poppies and purchase a, wreath for the cenotaph, as In' previous years. Arrangements were discussed for concert in November. Mrs. Harry Bennett will be convener next month. Mrs. A. H, Sttrtan, Mr. W. T. Leahy and Mrs. Leahy took part in the program and a contest was conducted by Mrs. H. Leizert with Mrs. A. H. Stirtan, Mrs. A. R. Langstatf and Mrs. W. T. Leahy as prize winners. In another contest, Judged by Mrs. M. O. Barnard, ot Buffalo, and Mrs. J. Bovaird, of Stratford, prizes were awarded Mrs. V. Gen to, Miss Mary Bolton and Mr. H. Leizert. Mr. H. S. Martin and Mrs. James Cook were hostesses and re freshments were served by Mrs. H. C. Cook, Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. Fred Martin, Miss Mary Bolton and Mrs. Alfred Bolton, FINED IN PERTH. PERTH, Ont, Oct 23. (Spe cial) A warning to motorists was given today by Magistrate J. T. Kirkland,. when Sandy Parks, Perth, was taxed $2 and costs, when he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving his car In the town of Perth after dark with out proper lights. Parks had driven five blocks when he was stopped by Night Constable James Kane and summoned to appear in court Wesley Lackle, Perth, was fined $10 and costs when he pleaded guilty to operating automobile without the proper license. BURIAL OF GRANT KOSg. PRESCOTT. Ont. Oct 23. (Special) The body of Grant Ross, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ross, former well-known residents of Prescott who died Monday at his home at Morden Man., waa brought to Prescott yesterday for tntermenjt in the family plot at the Blue Church cemetery. Mr. Ross was born in Prescott about 50 years ago and spent his youth here, and 1 remembered by a wide circIe-J of friends. He had - resided in the West for about 30 years. He is survived by his widow and one son. ' Is This You? i f K-t w A V v. x 1r -ill , -t i 'i.;i 4,ritj,'. -"i i - 4 1 t V1 lj V-v rit VI I f 4 ; ri I I t A'l,,S -.Wniti Iff f , " -r ' I Nature ve you irdle of muscle but If vill hwo it elasticity. You can restore it -with exercise. A few minute day for lovely body. Next week Mr. Lawman . will five six daily exercise which will make your front as -flat a the one pictured here. . ; . That MIGHT, be yout Cheesemakers . Hear Talk By Ferguson KJEMPTVILLE, Oct M. (Special. )- James A. Sanderson was , host to more than J00 thl eve-nlng at the annual eheeaemaicera banquet in Leslie Halt The speaker was G. Howard Ferguson, ronner . Canadian High Commissioner to England, who was introduced by -Mr. Sanderson. He congratulated the cheese-makers on, the fine work-they had ) done in the past' year. He expressed the belief that war tax, ' Europe was a long way oft- M. O. Trickie, of Spencerville, stated cheesemakers had a better stand- , ing this year than that of last " . year. Frank Singleton, Dairy Comrnisv. sioner for Canada, aald that this year was the best year since 1930 and that better maturing would still improve the cheese. George Barr, of the National Dairy Council, emphasized that .clean dairy utensils were a big factor in manufacturing good cheese. Other speakers were: George Martin, Hallville; Frank Robinson, Lanark county; James Mitchell, Russell county; Freeman Brown, Oxford Mills; Fred Hayes, New - York; A. C. Casselman, M-P.;. ' George H. Challies, M.L.A.; Ed- ward Steadman, Lanark; J. C . Shearer, principal of the Kempt-.:... vilie Agricultural School, and A. L Gibson, Dairy. School of the . Kerhptvllle Agricultural SchooL Miss Susan Jan-ell, -of Spencer. vllle, delighted the members with ' her songs and dances. F. J. Friend led the singing with Mis Isobel Gaw at the piano. WILLIAM C. HOMXJTH, ARNPRIOR, Oct 23 (Special) William Charles Homuth. one of the oldest and most highly respected residents of this town, died -at his residence on Claude, street, yesterday after a lengthy illness. Born in Germany (0 years ago. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred - Homuth, he came to Canada at the -age ot 13, with his parent, and took up residence at Klilsloe, Ont, but . later moved to Arnprlor, where he has since lived. Twice married, hi first wife was the former Tlllie Wurm, of Amprlor. Two son and four daughter from this union survive, William, of Pembroke; ; Charles, ot Anterior: Mrs. Frank " Bemdt, Mr. John Weber, Mrs, William Runtz and Lena, at home, a ' HI second marriage took place 37 year ago in Amprlor, to Han-, nan Runtz, who survive. Of this marriage, one eon, Arthur, of Kitchener, and three daughter. Mrs. Fred- Clarke,. Hilda and Mabel, at home; one adopted boy, . Gerald, also at borne, are left One sister, Mrs. Richard Hyne, re- sides In Arnprior. Twenty-eight -grandchildren, and nine greet -grandchildren, also survive. Mr. Homuth spent--some R0 years In the employ of McLschlln : Brothers' lumber miliar," The funeral will bar held from ' the family residence On Sunday afternoon af 1.30 o'clock, to the First Baptist Church, where services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Jaster. Interment will take . place in the Arnprlor cemetery. - It Could Be! 4 Hf-f t V 'f s!.'! .V" ft

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