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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1931, Somerset, Pennsylvania Page for to Somerset daily Herald Somerset pa., wednesday March 25,1931 Somerset daily Herak and the Somerset Standard issued every morning except b Navy by Somerset newspapers Loo. Henry Baker Kelley president n. K. Relley vice. President Heury Baker Kelley jr., Secretary Henry Baker Relley treasurer. Business office and Plant 210 West Mian St. Both phones 104. Henry Baker Kelley. Publisher Robert 8. Scull. Editor John i. Holderbaum. Promotion manager Henry Baker Relley. Or. Circulation manager not or p 11 on Price delivered by Carrier in Somerset and the larger towns of so me Mcm county at two cents per copy ten cents per week $5.00 per year delivered by mall one month 50c, three months. $1.25 six months 42.25 one year in Somerset county $2,00. Outside Somerset county $4.00. Payable in Advance. _ member of the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for Republic cation of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper All right of republication of special dispatches herein arc also reserved prod Kimball inc., sole foreign representative 67 West 44th. St., new York City Tribune Tower Chicago Iii 604 chamber of Commerce building. Pittsburgh a. When a Nev Admiral goes calling entered As second class matter july i 1929 tit the poet offic Al Somerset Pennsylvania under act of March 3, 1879. Or. Boram am the inevitable it is not surprising that senator Horah has approved the farm hoards announcement that it would not support the 1931 wheat crop and that Farmers will have to limit their production to secure proper returns for their labors. It would be surprising if any reasonably thoughtful citizen should do otherwise. There had to be an end to tile piling up of surpluses in warehouses and the spending of government funds for storage charges. But is is surprising that having seen the weakness of the policy the farm Hoard adopted As a temporary expedient senator Horah or any other reasonably thoughtful citizen should propose the substitution of the a equalization the two ideas Are As nearly alike in principle and results As tweedledee and Tweedledum. The farm Hoard announced some time since that with Russia producing huge surpluses the american Farmer would have to forget about foreign Market. What wheat is grown in America must be marketed in America where prices May be higher than in the world Lii Ark 4 a Dill Tea Miil the Tariff Wil a protect the Farmer against foreign wheat but he must not Over produce if be wants a fair Price. Tile a equalization Lee is designed to enable the Farmer to Market his crop Iii the world Market without suffering tile disastrous world Market prices tile idea being that the american Public can lit made to the difference. Free traders used to charge that under the protective Tariff one could buy an american sewing machine considerably cheaper Iii India than Iii America. American pottery likewise sold for less in foreign markets. Manufacturers explained that they sold their surpluses abroad for less than Cost to avoid disturbing the Home Market and the wages paid american workers. Senator Horah would have the american people believe that this a a equalization feel idea is analogous to this phase of the operations of tile Tariff. But there is this essential difference while american manufacturers sold their surplus stocks abroad at less than Cost they were obliged to watch carefully their production so As to have the minimum of stocks to soil abroad while the a equalization feel would create a government Agency to manage the nations wheat business and hold up prices without obliging the producers of wheat to have a care As to production or marketing. The a equalization feel is an elaborate and intricate ing but its attractiveness lies in its Promise of a higher matter too elaborate and intricate for ready understanding but it attractiveness lies Iii its Promise of a higher Tatyan world Market Price for wheat regardless of the Law of Supply and demand. The farm Board has inst Lilied its entry upon the Market to Purchase surpluses on the grounds that its program was temporary no political Agency can permanently uphold a Market beyond the metes set by the Law of Supply and demand. Any attempt to do so must result in the same sort of situation As was brought about by brazils attempt to hold her Coffee Market above reasonable prices. The farm Board has realized All the while that its policy could not continue Long but it has been hopeful that other elements would enter the situation while it was putting Forth its endeavours. Curtailment of wheat acreage is one of the elements the Hoard has hoped for. The adoption of the a a equalization feel would mean a change in the name and auspices under which the tiling is done with an increase in the cumbersome Ness of the machinery employed with no change in the principle involved or the results that might be reasonably anticipated. J y our birthday by Stella calling to an official visit to major Gen. Hanson e. Ely rear Admiral William w. Phelps recently appointed commandant of Brooklyn Navy Yard reviewed troops at governors Island. Above he is shown on inspection tour. Inset Gen. Ely with Admiral Phelps after review Fellowship of Prater vex re an. Daily lenten Devotion. Pee paged by the Rev Clarence h. Wilson d d. For. The com. Niss Ion on evangelism of the Federal Council of the churches of Christ in a Merica ci93 is a ship John i. Bowman plumber Conemaugh l. M. Barnett labourer Lincoln w. N. Ripple Carpenter paint Borough e. E. Pugh weigh master. Somerset Borough j. Harold Gwynne minister Windber William w. Nicholson merchant Summit Mollie b. Cook housekeeper Somerset Borough w. J. Gumbert merchant brother Valley. Of Gold sorrowful for he Luke 18 23. Read with his wealth and would go with it. He was not free his wealth j mastered him. As much As any slave he was bound though with chains of Gold. Either too much or too Little May by made out of this Story. Jesus did not go about telling Rich men to give up their wealth. But he did say that very i thing to. This Man. To the Man Mark says that Jesus love ii who aspires greatly wealth is a he had Noble aspirations Bond. Prayer o god who Hast chosen the poor to be Rich in Faith deliver us from the corruptions of wealth and from All covetousness which is idolatry. Through Jesus Christ our lord. Amen. Hains a he was very was very Luke 18 18-30. Meditation a it goes by be Riestr As Janey said in de Morgan s Story. That happiness is inversely As ones wealth is a suggestion to Ponder. We May not miss the line character of this Man him. Wealth had not blinded him to the finer things than Money would buy. But he was accustomed to comforts which he would not relinquish to refinements without which life would seem Bare. He had a position and a prestige which came Pittsburgh county commissioners award $1,120,900 voting machine contrast to Poole engineering co., of Baltimore for second time. From other lands seek lawmaker s son slain girls companion farm Board decision did not effect Market Newport r. I., March 24 j1 a Verna Russell pretty and popular student nurse whose body was found in a lonely Lane at Tiverton Early today met her death by strangulation medical examiner Charles h. Bryant announced tonight. While the medical examiner was determining the cause of her death police of three states were searching for the Young Man who accompanied her last night on an automobile ride. He is Elliott r. Hathaway 32. Socially prominent son of state representative Louis e. Hathaway of fall River mass. Admiral Plunkett Dies Washington March 25�? pm rear Admiral Charles p. Plunkett 66, retired died of heart disease tonight in the naval Hospital. Harrisburg Harry j. Harkins manager of Penn Harris hotel Dies. Washington. March 24-r- put a the effect upon the Market of the farm Board s decision to abandon wheat stabilization operations on this years crop was discounted today by Secretary Hyde. In a former statement the Secretary of agriculture said the Chicago Market was Only slightly lower at the close today than saturday and open commitments increased nearly 3,000,000 bushels to a total of 48,-689,00 bushels. Meanwhile various farm Relief proposals were discussed on Capitol Hill with chairman fess of the Republican National committee frowning upon the equalization and Export debenture plans which have been urged anew to Aid agriculture. Grand jury m traverse jurors drawn jury commissioners Lester g. Wagner sheriff Irvin Woodrow and Millard w. Walker jury commissioners have drawn the following grand jurors George c. Baughman Foreman Jenner town Charles Sternley. Farmer Larimer William Mccullom manager Somerfield Harvey Hay clerk. Salisbury Effie a. Fike housewife Confluence Wilson Caton Farmer Greenville Herman Varner Blacksmith Conemaugh s. S. Ream Salesman Somerset township Edgar Ste tier Farmer our Mahoning Edna May Brubaker housekeeper Lincoln Willis o. Giran Farmer. Addison township la. H. Delong educator. Somerset Borough Jean g. Gilroy housekeeper Windber John m. Deal Farmer Greenville j. Webster sprit a Farmer. Brother Valley c. J. Newman merchant. Boswell Percy c. Stull labourer. Paint Borough James g. Miller Farmer Somerset township mrs. Margaret e. Miller housekeeper Meyersdale George Nagle jr., labourer Shade Margaret Barnhart housekeeper. Lincoln mrs. Ada inc Weiner housekeeper Summit Harry f. Bell labourer Jenner town Elizabeth Fisher White housekeeper Rockwood. The following traverse jurors have bran drawn to serve at the april term of court which will Convene april 27th h. To. Donner Painter. Berlin William l. Barkley Farmer Somerset mrs. Florence Cramer housekeeper Somerset Bor Ough h. C. Baughman minister Central City Irvin m. Berkey Carpenter Jenner township mrs. Blanche Reiman housekeeper Sto be Yurcek h. N. Mostoller Borer Somerset Borough Hazel m. Hudson housekeeper Windber Abc i Heinba ugh housekeeper Black Robert Downie labourer Meyersdale Albert g. Bantley merchant Windber Robert a. Frease clerk Somerset Borough mrs. Bertha j Daniels housekeeper. Lincoln Cora Glotfelty housekeeper Addison township Walter e. Custer labor j or Conemaugh Meyers l. Schrock j labourer Somerset Borough j. Luther frants minister Meyersdale John Barkman merchant Somerset Borough Dewey c. Korns Farmer Lincoln Laurence e. Werner Farmer. Addison township Ros. Mul Holl in housekeeper. Rockwood Elizabeth Davis housekeeper. Windber mrs. Hazel p. Harris House j keeper Elk lick Harleigh h. Hoi Sorple labourer. Conemaugh Irene Wingard housekeeper paint Bor Ough Edward Friedline clerk. Jon j Newtown w. M. Vechten Heifer i merchant Central City Melvin j Blank Miner Conemaugh Homer. File Farmer Middle Creek h. M. I s. Cumber civil Engineer Windber j Peter h. Miller Farmer. Stoney-1 Creek a. H. Bittner conductor j Rockwood Charles w. Donohue labourer. Summit Sadie a. Albright housekeeper Meyersdale Mabton i r. Walker Foreman Meyersdale George Barkman Farmer Stoney Creek Ruth Dia housekeeper Meyersdale Alma Miller housekeeper i Somerset township w. S. Frazer Farmer Addison township Frank e. Hetzell Farmer. Somerset town March 25 is this your birthday then although you May be bom with artistic talents along Many lines you Are the Type who is capable of making a financial Success you Are practical and shrewd and naturally a person to run people and things As you like them to to run. Your future is in your own hand you can make or break your own life. You will have s series of disappointments Early in life and if you have the courage to come through these you will find Success and happiness awaiting you. You will probably suffer keenly in one of these tragedies but you have the willpower to Rise above it of you wish to. You have a great capacity for love and loyalty and you will have Many friends. But you will find your greatest Contentment in a Happy marriage. You arc suited to Home life. The women born on this Day Are especially suited to wife Hood and they have a great love of the Beautiful which shows itself both in their clothes and selection of Home surroundings. You have a discriminating and keen mind although despite the fact you hate to admit it you Are somewhat superstitious. You Are the kind of person who will Knock on Wood when you boast but you will laugh at yourself for doing it. Send the Xart Date of Jronh birth and a sri stamped envelope Inrloaln-10 cent in alter or Alamo to cover clerical work for a Mineral Horoscope in Stella. P. O. Box 7. Varick Street station new York City. Please mention tia ppm a run Down weak nervous to have plenty of firm flesh and the ability to do a big Days work and feel a like a two year old Quot at night you must eat three Good meals a Day. Relish your food and properly digest it. If you can t eat can to sleep can t work just give Tarlac the Chance to do for you what it has done for millions. Mrs. Fred Westin of 387 e. 57th St. North. Portland. Ore., says a a Tarlac cured my stomach trouble completely after three years of suffering. It built me up to perfect health with a gain of 27 its. That was two years ago and i still enjoy the Best of Tarlac is wonderful for indigestion and constipation Gas pains nausea dizziness and headaches. It brings Back lost appetite helps you digest your food and gain strength and weight. It contains no Mineral drugs it is made of roots barks and herbs natures own medicines for the sick. The Cost is less than 2c a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist. Your Money Back if it does no to help. Hoover leaves Porto Rico for Virgin islands Ponce p. A. March 24�?tf/p a president Hoover was Back aboard the battleship Arizona tonight ready for the voyage Down to the Virgin islands after a strenuous Day during which he had made the first presidential speech. Porto Picans have heard since Theodore Roosevelt the elder. He heard to people cheer when he paid tribute to Porto rican progressiveness declaring a i know of no finer achievement than that of the people of this Island a who Rose a from stagnation to a High plat in the March of Progress in a single the $3,000,000 capital Bufi Din where he spoke is a Quot magnified example of what a capable and Tell Igent people May accomplish it Der free institutions a the presided told those who stood and sat unde i a hot Sun in front of the Capit while he spoke. The automobile trip from Sal Juan to Ponce was a triumphal Progress punctuated by receptor at the various towns and accompanied throughout by the cheers school children lined along the Rou after leaving Here the Cruis Arizona headed for St. Thoms i where it will arrive during night. After a breakfast on boar tomorrow the president will Contd for two hours with or. Paul peal son. Civil governor of the Virgil i islands. Wilkes Barre a Proximo by 3,000 employees of Glen Al Coal company answer Call Stoffic. Why. Are you so much safer in a a a a m a m six or eight safety plate Glass positive control larger Hydraulic brakes a stronger construction and 50 other reasons a let us show you Price at the factory $845 up for the Clew Sixes $1155 up for the new eight. Sabin amp Lohr 344 w. Main St. Somerset a. Hear the Detroit symphony Orche tra and Edgar a. Cost America s beloved poet the Graham radio hours every sunday evening at 9 80 on was anti Vicau Schell s Ellis a watch off the inspiration in fashion and accessories comes from other times and other lands a Well As our Olin. In the costume above for example the Collar has a suggestion of the greek a a peplum which was not around the waists Well As inserts of different color in the sleeves an idea taken from the seventeenth Century. The heavy jewelry is of swedish Silver and is Napier s a a crusade pattern Fried lines jewellers we have the exclusive Agency for longines w atches the watch that received j first prizes for precision. They Are made in strap ribbon and pocket styles. Expert repairing watches clocks jewelry a serviceable watch compact Model has a. Ai line Bow Fiat Crown and pull out Stem set. A special in watches guaranteed one year $1.00 pre War Price Sig wrist watches$3.50 cigarette lighters50c Fountain pens .25c grammar lags by James Donovan pre easter services the Rev. Or. H. W. Kaebnick pastor of Grace evangelical Church is conducting special services which Are largely attended. Learn teach learn. To acquire knowledge of a skill in by observation study or instruction become informed about. Teach. To impart knowledge or information to by Means of lessons give instruction to guide by Precept or example train educate discipline counsel As to teach a child. Remember that to learn Means to acquire knowledge and to teach Means to impart and you will have Little trouble in using these words correctly. 1. It is not difficult to learn to us the typewriter. 2. The chauffeur came him How look used cars Ford sport roadster $385 1930 Model fully of quipped Low mileage looks like new. 1930 Chevrolet coach Low mileage four hew tires and tubes from and rear bumpers looks like new. $450 Ford sport Coupe 1930 Model Good tires front and rear bumper rumble seat. See this car to appreciate its value. $425 Sann Chevrolet co. When you need Money quickly in financial emergencies borrowing difficult and embarrassing procedure Quot fund deposited with us you can always Avn yourself without or explanation. Reserve borrow from delay embarrassment All leather Bill folds. Why Durham duplex Blades Are tempered in Oil $1.00 the first National Bank of Somerset eve taken the world s finest steel and made the world s finest razor Blade. Oil tempering was the link Between the Ore from far off Sweden and the wonderful super keen Durham duplex Blades. Oil tempering gives Mem life keeps Mem from breaking and makes these marvelous edges last for Many Happy Durham duplex shaves. Interchangeable Blades 50c tor package of 9 at All leading dealers i in ii i my i 9tic Biades Jan so Schell s hardware Rosc Ltd a drug store pickings drug Stere Somerset drug co

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