I remember it well: The coal truck backs up to the front of the Glover house at 131 Hartley Avenue, Myer's or J.B.Richardson ("Blue Coal") or the coal dealer with the least expensive ton of coal, gets out of his truck, flips a big cast iron lever, and the dump body of the truck raises to a 45 degree angle, Next, he opens our cellar window to our "coal bin," extends a telescoping steel coal chute into the window, raises a little door on the back of the truck, and one ton of chestnut, or pea coal flows noisily but excitingly into the Glover's cellar coal bin. What thrill that was to a young boy! I dare say there are few visitors to my blog that recall the "coal man;" now as obsolete as the huckster, rag man, milk man, and the ice man. And then, along came the less expensive heating system known as the oil burner. "burning lowest cost domestic fuel oil" as detailed in the ad above. My brother Bud Glover went on to complete more than 42 years with the Tattersall Company, where he and his partner Ed Malloy installed MANY of the oil burners in the Mercer County area. Ahh, those memories!