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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1932, Delta, PennsylvaniaTwo Herald Timbol thursday August 4, 1932 Belta Herald hues entered at the Post office Al Delta As second class mail matter. A i published weekly by the de card printing company phone Delta 167 members of the Pennsylvania news paper publishers association Henry Clay Hall editor Frank f. Salmagundi in other words mixed dish by Deitry Clay Hall the Kom Aice 1jhat is Dixie the property transfers 1 dear colonel York county chaises a Hawkins by trustee to p Whiteford a property in letters i p a Bottom township p Whiteford and wife to if. Whiteford i miss clo Westcott of Washington cd. C to visiting at the Home of mtg and mrs. Richaid Jones. Mrs Isaac Jones had As guests on a in months in 80 cents 3 in Advance 46 copies 5 cents advertising on application. Thursday August 4, 1932 Ajpek Evem Ioa in the Couise of an average life tame we have watched with consider Able wonder and not a Little perplex Ity As succeeding years have Dis closed new products of the inventor s skill whereby men have been replaced by machines in Mills and factories. Primarily a machine was an assistant to the worked lightening this labors and increasing his it naturally followed that increased production meant lower Coats to the Multi there s a Lomance that is land of love and and the Glamour of its splendor gleams and glows m memory for its atmosphere is Laden with the Faery stuff of dream and its every Nook and Corner full of a Mgomes fancies teem there Are legends of old courtship Lovely Belles and Gallant beaux thrilling Talee of Fox and Hunter gorgeous balls and fancy shows. Not a spacious Olden mansion a Iii its hearths and airy Halls but reminds of tender Romance sheltered by its Walls. Furniture or sword or Sampler Canvas print or old time prize and priceless time worn heir Greet the eyes of them that look. There s a charming Grace of manner that intrigues the Lucky guest and a soothing sense of Welcome that invites to peaceful rest whether it be lord of lady. Or a supplicant in need there s a rare but real refinement i Deal colonel veterans hum in Meis trustee a property in Sun Fiat evening misses Ruth and is who Mai Ched on Washington to demand of Congress immediate payment of the Bonus 1 peach Bottom township. Archibald w Webb estate Wilson Webb a property in Grove. To a Fawn with the markets Lancaster beef steers about steady bulls she Stock and cutters slow steady Stock j become Uncle Sam s number one problem. J driven out of Washington by troops j under orders of president Hoover Many of the veterans scattered to the four winds but Large detachments found their Way to Johnstown a where they knew had a Friend m mayor Eddie Mccloskey former pugilist. Tie shanty towns the veterans had erected in Washington were burned to the ground after their occupants had been forced to evacuate by a bombardment of tear Gas the troops were called in after police failed to oust the veterans. One Veteran was linseed 50, gluten ers and feeders in Liberal Supply undertone steady to weak better grades i or and mrs s r Mckoley and other of Windsor a and miss Louise Jones and Russell far Mer of Forest Hill. Or and mrs Ross Tarbert and son of Pittsburgh were recent guests at the heart of trample in the dust stint my soul wit i pain in1 tense recompense in cold a Alec accidents 111 1931 i exulted in n 000 a Teitlis and an economic waste read neg the stupendous total of j to 000 000 according to the latest Lepoint. Out by the natio Lal Council the Lei we if ili7e it 01 not tins it. A i Oblom i after to every Man Wom in Iii club in every Community in the entire Comiti eve on though death and w site May not touch us Direll they do have an Maui act of feet upon business and in Dustin. And no non knows when his Tuin a there a1 t ire that there tas been a continued downward trend in Relief expenditures in the last month Many regard this As significant of a general upturn in Busi Ness conditions list s Hope so. Sincerely John ask your grocer for j stauffers Mills have been reopening is it a temporary pre election affair or has that Corner been turned who can a those who time less right at such a those who Eue too at All tiaras consult or. Howard w. Poor 44 w. Market St York a. Dial byes examined glasses Fitte pretzels saltines City sodas gym Butters l. Notary Public the people s National Bank Delta a. Capital surplus undivided profits 00 deposits j640.88118 does a general banking business am i tends every Courtesy consistent a Fth prudent business methods pays 3 per cent per annul on All deposits in the savings department and on time 3h per cent it left is pm a Milton Kilmore t. K. Williams j. Bvan8 friends hold memorial avd Beunis about 250 persons attended the an Nual memorial and reunion meeting of the friends at their meeting House at Fawn Grove on sunday the morning period was devoted to worship and prof. Phillips Bradley of the department of political science Amherst College gave the principal address other speakers were James Harry judge of the juvenile court Baltimore and Seth a Kinsey of York at the afternoon session. Pro Fessor Bradley gave a talk on Tine present conditions in and conducted a conference. Heart gains in hog prices during july farm population gains the increase in farm population in 1931 was the largest and most significant in the 10 years in which the United states department of agriculture has been estimating changes a population for seven years of this period annual decreases were reported and Only during 1930 and 1931 were appreciable gains indicated. On january 1, 1932, the farm population was persons As compared with on january 1, 1931, a Gam of according to depart ment estimates Rev. L n. Demy says i have found nothing in the past 20 years that can take the place of or. Miles anti path pills. They Are a sure Relief for my sufferers from headache neuralgia Toothache backache sciatica rheumatism Lumbago neuritis muscular pains Peri Odic pains write that they have used or Miles anti pain pills better results than they had even hoped for countless american House wives would no More think of keeping House without or Miles anti pain pills than with out flour or sugar keep a pack age in your Medicine Cabinet and a save yourself needless suffering at drug and anti Bun pills hog prices have increased two dollars or More a Hundred on the Var ious Large markets during the past 30 Days and if the Price follows the usual trend will continue to increase until the last of August or the Middle of september announces l. C Madi son Swine Extension specialist at the Pennsylvania state College this increase follows the Low prices in june when hog prices were the lowest in 52 Jears despite the fact that the number of hogs sold on the larger markets was the lightest since 1s83. In Normal years the increase in hog prices from june to september ranges from one Dollar and a half to two dollars a Hundred Madison explained. When the Price of hogs was fifteen dollars a Hundred Farmers realized a 10 per cent increase now however when hogs Are Only Tares dollars a Hundred the Farmer who markets his hogs in this period will receive a 50 per cent increase. Here and there or. And mrs Harry Morrow and children of York mrs. Jane Hughes and mrs Harry Thompson of White Ford were recent week end guests of or. And mrs. Victor Lizar of Smiths Burg while in route they toured the Battlefield at Gettysburg. They Allen oyed their trip mrs. Hughes who is 81 years of age had the pleasure of seeing the Battlefield for the first time. Or and mrs. William h. Atkins of Philadelphia visited or and mrs. William Day of rocks Over the week end. The Rev. And mrs. Clair c. Kreider of Bryansk due Are spending tie week at Central Oak Heights Milton where or Kreidler is at tending a Bible conference held by the Central Pennsylvania conference among the properties sold at auction by the sheriff m the court House saturday was a farm of 114 acres to Fawn township owned by e Druck. It was sold subject to a mortgage to Elizabeth Bair at a bid of 1100. Among the License revocations listed for last week by e. Austin Baughman Corm Mesiner of motor vehicles for Maryland the name of Milton Watt Era Street appears under the head of Drunken letters of administration on the estate of the late o Wiley Gem mall lower Chanceford township were granted this week to Margaret e. Gemmill Barnett clan on Outing the children grandchildren and. Great grandchildren of James e and Elizabeth Barnett will hold a re Union and picnic at Holloway Charlestown my. On saturday. There Are said to be about 200 immediate descendants of this family of bar Juetts and if they All get together on that Day it will be a remarkable Union. The first of the month usual Bills on Ting the laying out of a lot of Cash including Small change. Many times a hurried trip to the Bank is necessary. How inconveniencing it is far easier to pay those Bills by writing checks it is safer too for each Check is a rec Ord and receipt for a paid Bill. We invite your account the people s National Bank
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