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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, November 13, 1908, Image 3

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HOME HAPPENINGS j
Lot the slaughter of sparrows con
tlone
Good road a coming CanQeldfl way
sura enough
Tho hunting Season opens next
Monday and closes Deo 6
S M Moyer has opened a harness
shop over Lynns drug store
Tbo Cacfleld and Poland football
teams will meet on the local gridiron
Saturday afternoon
Premiums aggregating 2000
awarded at the county fair in Septem
ber have been paid
During the past week Dolls Sons
and Callahan Neff have shipped
several cars of hides
Auto passenger service to and from
Youngstown after tho good roads are
completed Is a certainty
Canfleld Is being congratulated and
complimented on all sides for voting in
favor of road improvement
If proper effort is made Can D old
can secure an industry or two even
though they be small ones
Keep In mind tho county farmers
institute to bo held in CanQeld Wed
nesday and Thursday Dec 0 and 10
Many automoblllsts front neighbor
log cltleB and towns wero out Sunday
for eplns on tho line roads in this locali
ty
Tuesday evening Mrs L It Thomp
son ploasantly entertained tho Wtmo
daughsle Club at her home on South
Broad street
Good roads leading to tho county
soat will moan much to tho people of
CanQeld and those residing In town
ships weBt and south
A largo barn is being built on tho
Goodman proporty at tho corner of Lis
bon and Wadsworth streets E E
Hull has the contract
Weather conditions Tuesday wore
uoh as should please Gloomy Gus But
the water that foil Is needed and much
moro can bo takon care oft
Hun tors should not forgot when
thoy start out next Monday that pheas
ant is not lawful game protection hav
ing boon extended to 1012
Salem ttowa Tho voters of Can
Hold decided in favor of lmprovod high
ways In that vicinity by a big vote laBt
wook Thats a proper courso
Through tho good offices of tho
Newtonian and Phllomathcan literary
soolotlos many improvements aro being
mado In tho Normal Collcgo library
Last Saturday ovonlng Prof and
Mrs P B Bawvol vory ploasantly on
tortalnod a company ot friends at their
homo on tho oast sldo of Broad strcot
A farowoll rocoptlon will bo tender
ed Prof P 13 Sftwvol by tho Newtonian
and Phllomathcan 1 Horary societies in
Collcgo Chapel this Thursday ovonlng
Throo largo flooke of wild gcoao
passed oyor tho village Tuesday altor
noon and ovonlng hoadod for winter
quartors In tho south Who would not
bo a gooso in winter
A largo numbor of pooplo onjoyod
tho chlckon plo suppor sorvod In town
ball Saturday night by tho ofllclal board
of tho Christian church Tho receipts
amounted to about 40
Josoph Harroff and Mrs Mary
Klyno both of Canfleld called at tho
residence ot Elder F S Whltslar In
Youngstown Wodnoeday afternoon and
woro united in marriage
John E Monnot of Canton was In
Canflold Tuesday In company with
olhor gontlomon interested ho was
looking aftor dotalls connected with tho
proposed Canton Youngstown elec
tric railway
Thoro is no occasion for CanQeld
people to visit big towns to attond
chrysanthemum shows when a largo
display of beautiful mums can bo seen
at tbo Altlmo Culture Coa groonhouso
On High street
Last Friday evening a hay load of
young pooplo wont to Ellsworth and
enjoyed tho hospitality ot tho homo of
Mrs J M Howard who also had for her
guests tbo members of tho Ellsworth
Character Club
Regular monthly meeting of tho
Mens Club will be bold In tho Presby
terian church this Friday evening
An addrees will be delivored by Rev F
P Rlnohold ot Warren Refreshments
will bo served as usual
Mitny farmers in this and adjoining
townships give notice In tho Dispatch
that no hunting will bo permitted on
their premises It will be well for
sportsmen to secure permission from
land owners beforo starting after game
next wook when the season opens
Many people attended the last ser
vices In the old M E Church last Sun
day In the morning Rev J A
Wright of North BloomQold former
paBtor of the local church pronounced
the sermon and In the evening Rev
WJ S Rowe delivered the sermon
Frank Myers and Miss Mable Floor
of Minerva were quietly married Nov 4
and immediately began housekeeping in
a beautiful home provided by the groom
The bride formerly resided In Canfleld
where she has many friends who join
the Dispatch In extending congratula
tions
Last Friday night Argus Lodge No
545 F A M elected the following
ofHoera Jor the year beginning Deo 4
1 W M Aaron Wlesner S W G N
Bougbton J W Jerome Bull treas
urer W J Gee secretary Dr Camp
bell S D Herbert Delta J D Ho
mer Clapp tyler John Dells
Members of the Stitchery Club
epent last Friday evening very ploas
antly at the home of Miss Luoy Hart
man The affatr was In the nature of a
farewell reception to Miss Hartman a
member of the club before her remov
al to Youngstown Following the so
cial features refreshments were served
Monday evening the township trus
tees bold a meeting in town hall and
appointed the following named gentle
men members of the road commission
to build Qvb miles of good roads in Can
field township as voted for Nov 8
M H Llddle O J Mlsner and J Cal
vin Ewlne The commission 1b compos
ed of first class men and their selection
means that the most and best possible
for the money to be expended will be
secured
A meeting of citizens was held in
town hall Tuesday night when
nary steps were taken to organize a
Board o Trade to promote the Interests
ot the village There was a large at
tendance and all were enthusiastic over
plana proposed to boom the town A
oemalttee composed ot Dr Campbell
- IT J Smith E A Arnold J R Ta
Wr and G W Wilson was earned to
dtt a constitution and by laws which
sum to be presMtftd at meeting next
TmtTirlrj atffbt wbea a yaraaaeat or
flanUafoa will be effect
COMING AND GOING J
imiiMnitniiitti
Jamea Welkart was up from Green
ford Tuesday
Frank Miller of Jackson township was
In Canflold Thursday
E H Loach of Perkins gave tho
Dispatch a call Monday
Miss Mary Matthews has returned
from a visit in Pittsburg
Fred Mattlx of Greenford had busi
ness in Canfleld Saturday
Rev and Mrs R Er Pugh visited
friends in Salem Tuesday
Mrs PTJones and MrBWiJ Lynn
spent Thursday in Warren
I S Reed fell a few days since and
painfully Injured one of his feet
E J Molt of New Buffalo had busi
ness In the Hub Tuesday morning
Miss Eileen Flnnegan has accepted a
oerkshlp In Wi L Brysone grocery
LarIb DcCamnot Boardman township
was In the village Tuesday afternoon
S O Manchester of Nllos spent a few
days this week with CanQeld relatives
Lewis Greasel and wife of Beaver
township visited in the village Wednes
day
David Lawrence of Austlntown town
ship was In Canfleld Thursday after
noon
Mr and Mrs Arthur HUblsh of
Akron epont Monday with Canfleld
friends
Mr and Mrs C H Neff and Miss
Francos Waters wero In Youngstown
Monday
Mrs F P Lynn and children and
Miss Ethol Lynn wore In Youngstown
Saturday
Cashier M H Liddlo ot tho Farmers
National bank Is In tho south on a busi
ness mission
Rev D D Burt wont to Nllos Thurs
day to conduct tho funeral services of
an old friend
Alexandor Dickson is ablo to bo out
after being confined to his homo sever
al days by sickness
Dr W D Coy is moving to Youngs
town whoro ho will contlnuo tho prac
tice ot hlB profession
Miss Lulu Wanamnkor of Alliance
visited horo tho past week with hor bIb
ter Mrs Chas Murphy
B P Bush of Groonford was in Can
flold Friday afternoon and gavo tho
DlBpatch a business call
Ira Chrlstman who teaches Bchool in
East Lowlstown lsconflnod to his homo
In this placo by elcknoBS
Mr find Mrs P A Boardslcy Miss
Lolo Hlno and Rev W S Rowo woro
In tbo metropolis Monday
Mlohaol McCoy of Lisbon was horo
soycral days tho past wook visiting his
mother and othor relatives
Miss Kato King returned to Youngs
town Tuesday morning after spoudlng n
tow days horo with rolatlvos
Mr and Mrs Jabob Dustman of Pat
mos paid tbo Dispatch ofllco a visit
whilo in CanQeld last Saturday
Miss Bertha McCoy who has boon In
poor health for eomoUlmo Is qulto ill
at hor homo on Eaet Main stroot
nMri MB Il r fAI 1 Man fn
Lauohlln and Mies Ellon Edwards woro
In Columbiana Monday afternoon
Mrs C C Buck and daughter Bornlco
and Miss Luoy Hnrtman vlsltod In Ells
worth township Sunday aftornoon
Our old f rlond and patron John Mo
Klnnoy of Ellsworth gavo tbo Dispatch
a call while In tbo village Monday
Mrs Mary Rugglos on Thursday con
cluded a visit horo with hor daughter
Mrs W J Lynn and went to Ravenna
Mrs Laura BoardBloy and Mies Amy
Jones returned homo Saturday morning
from a short visit In Lisbon with Mrs
Crowell
Mrs J G Painter ot Youngstown
epont Monday night with Canflold
friends and returned homo Tuesday
morning
E C Dlobl of Canfleld and Howard
Woolf of Berlin township left MondBy
for Ft Wayne Ind to spend a few days
with friends
H C Oglino and wife of Canflold and
John Carroll and wife of Salom left here
Monday In tbelr automobile for Clove
land to visit friends
J S Harding of Ellsworth township
confined to bis homo eoveral days last
week while suffering from an attack of
tonsllitls was a Canfleld visitor Mon
day
Mrs Nicholas Knauf of KnaufvUle Is
In the Lakeside hospital at Cleveland
where she underwent an operation It
may be some time before she is able to
return home
Hugh Stuart and I A Manchester
with their wives moved from Dublin
this week and now occupy their new
home on West Main street Glad to
welcome thorn
Mr and Mrs Thomas Stratford of
this township attended the funeral of
Mrs Ezra Kelly laBt Sunday at High
land Christian cburob Ave miles south
ot Salem The deceased was an inti
mate friend of Mrs Stratford
Mrs S A Arnold and daughter Bea
trice left Saturday morning for Green
oastle Ind to join Mr Arnold who Is
employed on the Banner newspaper
Their household goods will not be ship-
pea to mat cuy ior me present
Church Chimes
The Home and Foreign Missionary
Society of the Presbyterian ohurch will
meet at the home of Mrs H J Dickson
Wednesday afternoon Nor 16
Christian Church Sunday school at
10 a m Preaching at 11 Christian
Endeavor at 6 p m Preaching at 7
The paBtor will begin a series of Sun
day evening sermons on special charac
ters of the Old Testament HlBtory
No 1 Adam Teachers training
class Wednesday evening at 7 p m
You are invited to all the services
The BulldorsAld Socloty of the Meth
odist ohuroh met at the home of Mrs R
J Neff laBt Monday evening for their
annual election of officers The following-
were elected President Mrs R
J Neff vice president Mrs Chas Har
ter secretary Miss Bertha Harreff
treasurer Miss Ora Stewart The soci
ety wll give an entertainment in Col
lege Chapel Wednesday evening Deo 2
Methodist Churoh Prayer meeting
will be held in the assembly room of
the new ohurch Saturday evening at 7
Qclock standard instead of Thursday
evening this week as previously an
nounced As this is the first service in
the new church all members and friends
are speolally invited Regular services
next Sunday in the same place Spe
cial nulo in the evening All are wel
come
TE MAHONING DISFAJLUh FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1908
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
W S Atchison has been appointed
postmaster at Salem His assistant will
bo Geo H Mounts
Coltsvllle trustees have called an
election for Nov 19 when the question
of incorporating East Youngstown will
be voted on
According to tho report filed by
Auditor W B Jones there were In this
county in 1008 10271 horses 17100 cat
tle 249 mules 18327 sheep 8062 hogs
On Monday Portage county voted
dry by a majority of 1184 Tho only
townships In the county that voted wot
wero Kent Randolph and Suffleld
There was ono arrest for bootlegging
and one for illegal voting
Six masked men raided a camp of
60 foreigners engaged In laying a gas
main near Belolt Tuesday night and
made them deliver up their pay severnl
hundred dollars which had just been
received The Huns wore frightened
by the firing of revolvers
The election must havo caused some
kind of commotion In the oflloo of The
Mahoning Dispatch as Bro Fowler sent
us the Dispatch of Oct 30 last woek
lnstoad of Nov 6 It Is a pleasure to
read the Dispatch each week and our
chagrin may bo imagined when we
picked It up last week Columbiana
Ledger The Dispatch mailing clerk
shall bo discharged for making that
blunder neighbor Newell
Groonford
Nov 11 A moving picture show was
horo two nights
Mr and Mrs J C Schnurronborgor
vlsltod tbolr daughter Mrs Paul Mos
eeriy Sunday
James Welkart had business in Calln
Wednesday
Wlllard Calvin and family of Locust
Grove vlsltod I R Calvin Sunday
Mlsa Maud McClun was tho gucBt of
Miss Nila Lewis Sunday
Mrs Moshelm Roller of Lootonla was
hero Monday
Thoro will be exorcises in tho Luth
oran church Sunday night which ovory
ono should attond
Edna and Merle Schnurronborgor vIb
itod in Salom Sunday
Many attended tho dance in K of P
hall Saturday night
Mrs Hahn Mrs Curry and Mrs
Charlton vlBltod In Now Mlddlotown
Sunday
Miss Holona Delfs and Prof E E
Zimmerman and wlfo of Canflold woro
recent visitors at Prof J C Zimmer
mans
Albort Hofman and wlfo woro horo
from Salom Sunday
Will Hall sufforod from nouralgla
sovoral days
Lan Paulln and family ot Call a epont
Sunday at Ell Callahans
Mrs Stanloy of Salom visited horo
tho past wook with Mrs Will Hall
Mrs Vincent Bassingor was glvon a
miscellaneous shower Saturday night
at tho homo ot hor paronts Mr and
Mrs W L Cook
Loctonitx
Nov 11 Tho maequorado ball glvon
Thursday night was a grand success
Miss Mabel Ballantlno has returned
homo from an extended vacation epont
In Youngstown
Clark Mentzor of Youngstown called
on frlondB horo Sunday
Lootonla high sohool football toam
ployed Salem Saturday and dofoatod
them 17 to 0 Aftor playing tholr fifth
gamo Lootonla can still boast of not
having been scored against this Boason
Thoy havo scored 101 points to 0
Quito a numbor of citizens woro called
to Cleveland Monday by tho Schmiek
trial
D W Molllngor was in Youngstown
Tuesday
J O HofTort and wifo of Warron call
ed on frlondB horo Sunday
Jorry Pop plo south of town who has
been qulto ill lor some time but had
boon muoh lmprovod had a rolapso and
Is qulto low
Mrs Thos Roloh of Hollldaysburg
Pa 1b hero visiting hor paronts
Mabol Stouffer 1b qulto ill with ty
phoid fovor
Mrs David Wagoner and Miss Ida
Klelnknocht who havo boon quite HI
aro reported hotter
Tiger
Nov 11 Clayton Modley and wlfo of
Youngstown spool Saturday night and
Sunday bore
Unas Pipber wire ana daughter ula
spent Sunday with friends In GIrard
John Hlnes has returned homo after
spending the summer in Canton
Frank Miller and family of Rosomont
spent Sunday with E D Cramer and
family
A S Reed and son George wore In
Nllos Saturday
Ellis Plpher Is homo from Mt Vernon
P B Baldwin and daughter Ruth
were in Youngstown this week
Chas Fenton and Captain French are
in Pennsylvania
Mrs Elmer Strook returned home to
Conneaut after spending some tlmo with
Mrs Ansel Johnson
Mrs John Powell Is In Pittsburg vis
iting her mother
B D Cramer and wife spent Sunday
at Samuel Prices In Rosemont
Several from here attended ohurch In
Prlcetown Sunday night
Locust Grove
NOV 12 P D Calvin wife and son
Ualpn spent Sunday at Noah lilxlers
Mrs J D Feloht and daughter
Mabel were In Cinfleld Saturday
F W Calvin and family spent Sun
day wun ira uaivin oi ureeniora
Homer- Culp and lady friend epent
Sunday at L M Toots in East Lewis
town
Mrs I Relchard is spending a few
days with her parents at Island
Allen Culp and family of Maple Grove
spent Sunday at Fred Harmons
Henry Hendricks of East Lewlstown
called on friends here Monday
C E Beard and wife of Canada Miss
MyraNold of Eureka Emerson Calvin
and Dallas Charlton with their families
ot Greenford were Sunday visitors at
the home of J W Calvin
Rev McKeever and eon are conduct
ing meetings here every evening
No Hunting
Wo the underlined property owners and ten
ant hereby Ire notice that hunting will not bo
permitted on our premiui I il Kupert Oeo
Mlnard WmJIolt M O Rice A Thoman H
AKyleKNoj Bare Paul Clemens 6 U Uoicr
Wm Deitrich S B Deltrich Samuel Rupert 11
O Uelntxoluan L Qreaul C L Meeker W A
Chubb 0P Moff Win Swaniton 11 W kemm
ler Jonu ChrUtnun N J Boj er Mrs Ileokmn
1 FOR WHEAT
I am paving tl00 a bushel for wheat
delivered at my mill in Youngstown
HQMER BALDWIN
sT Get your spootaoes and eye-glasses
at Carpenters Satisfaction guaran
teed
Whsa a maa si sees i ohoMh he aaa
v T
BBTV U BOjetUlOCi to US
COUNTY OFFICIAL VOTE
Following Is the official vote given the
candidates on the two loading tickets in
this county
President
TaftR 10760
Bryan D 9812
Governor
Harmon D 10550
Harris R 9836
Congressman
Kennedy R 9875
Whitacre D 8958
Jenkins Pro 1694
Representatlvo
Anderson R 10469
Peebles D 0603
Probate Judge
Griffith R 11010
Woolf D 8642
Clork of Courts
Middleton R 11091
Oldaker D 0098
Sheriff
Turner R 10770
Schlcgel D 0469
Auditor
Jones R - 10014
Brennor D 0296
Commissioners 3 to elect
Wymer R 10647
Haas It- 10627
Agnew R 10374
Edwards D 0581
Smith D 0181
Barnes D 8937
Treasurer
Truosdalo R 11475
Dickson D 8730
Recorder
Westwood R 11354
Klollng D 8845
Surveyor
Montgomery R 11274
Prosecuting Attorney
Board D 10592
Conroy R 0828
Infirmary Directors 3 to elect
Brownlce R 10748
MaoDonald R 10732
Jones R 10627
Spraguo D 0470
Single D 0309
Whltoleathor D 8985
Coroner
Klyno R 11039
Carroll D 0080
Taxation Amendment
No 11010
Yes 10430
Tbo total numbor of votes cast In
Mahoning county wnB 21470
Now Albany
Nov 11 John Wilms Is working
Somo men do their best even
best friends
A heavy sermon
collection plate
Platonic affection Is seldom
tlcod on a girl If sho has money
for
R E Slaglo
L A Cov wlfo and daughter Mabol
woro horo Saturday
Mrs Sarah Dotrow celebrated her
88th birthday loBt Wodnosdoy and was
glvon a card ehowor
Ed Zlmmorman was In Columbiana
Saturday
E N Bcardslcy and family of LocuBt
Grovo and Henry Calvin and family of
Island spont Sunday at C A Pows
W W WllllomB was hero from Loo
tonla last wook
Mrs Addlo Single of Wcstvlllo visit
ed hor parents horo Friday and Satur
day
Somo of our pooplo hoard Rov Grablo
at tho Disciple church In Salom Sunday
ovonlng
CYNICAL PHILOSOPHY
An epitaph Is gcnorally epl taffy
their
makcth a light
A womans heart Btrlngs aro almost
as easily broken ns her shoo lacos
Fools rush In whoro nngols fear to
tread but angels can uso tholr wines
A fellow may think of a girl every
rninuto but really second thoughts are
best
Somehow or other most men who
marry brunettes prefer blondes and
vice versa
Somo men belong
others imagine that
longs to them
to church and
the church
Tho follow who spends all his time
looking for four leaved clover wont
have much luck
A man should never marry until ha
Is thoroughly equipped to fight tho
laities ot life
Occasionally you hear of a young
man who Is able to make a living in
spite of a college education
Wayside Confidences
No friend I aint no hobo nor vag
Im jest walkln around de world on a
10000 bet
Tin glad ye told me dat pal fer
Im merely leadln dls kind ot a life
to gather material fer a book on
tramps an I was about to set ye down
fer a worst type of bum
A Definition
Father said little Rollo what Ib
graft
Graft ray son Is any pecuniary
advantage enjoyed by some one who
opposes your political views Wash
ington Star
Amendatory
Borus Yes I always rewrite my
poems before I send them to a pub
lisher
Naggus You mean I presume he
fore you send thorn to tho next pub
lisher Chicago Tribune
To Be Pitied
I feel mighty sorry for that man
Why
He has an Income ot 50000 a year
and only nine-dollar-a-week tastes
Chicago Record Herald
Following It Out
Hush I Miss Passy Is going to sing
Im a Little Faded Flower
Is she All right Let her fade
away Baltimore American
Not a Bark
Terrier Dont you have smy dog
watch on this craft
TaWy N TUs U cat teat
Life
HER POCKET
His View
She was a dainty tiny thing
With enrly hair and dreamy eyet
I watched her furtively and wished
That I could draw as dear a prize
When suddenly she seemed alarmed
Began to act a trine queer
Poke anxloudy around her waist
And In her cloves tc wildly peer
She next removed her hat a bit
And wedged a linger neath the brim
I saw her grit her teeth and clench
Her pretty hands so small and slim
A atrange squint gleamed within her
eyes
She seemed to lose her sweet repose
And stretching wide her pretty mouth
Deliberately pinched her nosel
I looked at her in true alarm
Aloal that all my scattered wits
Could not recall a thing- to do
Tor pretty maidens having fits
I watched her grab each arm In turn
And pinch It firmly every place
Until 1 saw a tiny lump
Appear amid the filmy lace
She clutched It Were It mado of gold
She could not wear a look more pleased
A handkerchief size two by twice
She drew and then at lait she sneczedt
New York Herald
A BURNING SHAME
Mrs Muglns My husband Is a per
fect crank
Mrs Buglns All husbands arc dear
Mrs Muglns But fancy a man who
complains that my mustard plasters
aro not ub strong as thoso his mother
used to make
Bereft
No wonder on the sandy shore
The breakers wildly room
The winds come up with sullen roar
The tummer girls gone home
Washington Star
Some Satisfaction In That
Mrs Hewligus You say that If a
burglar wants to get Into tho houso
hell get In In spite of everything you
can do to keep him out Then what is
tho uso of your taking so much pains
to fasten all tho doors and windows
Mr Hewligus I wont to givo him
oil tho trouble I possibly can blamo
him Chicago Tribune
Heartfelt Sympathy
It Is said that Emperor William has
15 castles In Germany
Poor man
Why do you say poor man
I wsxb thinking ot tho prico It must
cost him to heat them If thcro Is a
coal trust In Germany Chicago
The Sure Way
Dorothea mother found hor with an
alarm clock on her foot and tho alarm
set for six oclock
Well for goodness sako Dorothy
what mischief aro jou up to now
Why mother Im not In any mis
chief but my foots nsleop and I want
to ako It up Puck
Deatlng His Rival
What aro you crowing about
Grlggsbys airship Bhowed Itself su
perior to yours in every respect
Yes hut as mine was tested on a
fine day the photographs turned out
perfect and Griggsby mado his ascent
when it was too dark oven for a tlmo
oxpoBuro Puck
Extenuating Circumstances
Head of Firm You aro lato this
morning sir I call your attention to
tho fact that I am always here on
time
Castleton True sir But you dont
havo to st up nights with your own
daughter Life
Quite the Contrary
Mrs Upsomo Is your dentist one of
the painless kind
Mrs 01 well Not at all Hob so
sympathetic that he sajs It hurts him
just as much as It does me Chicago
Tribune
Unprofitable
Kind Old Lady Why my dear little
boy what is the uso of crying like
that
Little Doy Talnt no uso Ive been
cry In like this all mornln an nobody
aint Ble me a penny jit Judge
Observant
A Brnall boy walking out with his
mother noticed a colored woman car
rying a baby and said
Mother if that woman is bringing
her baby up on a bottle it must be an
Ink bottle Judge
Brass Ones
Miss De Style I stopped at a lovely
place last summer plenty of fellows
honest I got four rings
Miss Gunbusta So I didnt know
there was a carousel out there Puck
A Great Care
Cella Her hair turned perfectly
white In ono night from trouble
Delia Really What was the na
ture of the trouble
Cella Chemical Judge
Get Busy
Life may be a riddle
To dream ot and to doubt
But theres music In a fiddle
It you can bring- it out
Chicago Colly News
Happy Compromise
The Young Man Yes I shall be
away a month or more Miss Skimmer
horn May may I write to you oc
casionally
Tha Young Woman We are scarce
ly well enough acquainted for that
Mr QooYius But you if ay send a
a picture post card every day if you
like Chicago Tribune
s
The Clothing Question
Where to buy and what to buy may
puzzle those that never tried a Cloth-
craft made Suit
have no trouble
stock this Fall is
we need both old
to keep the goods
and give
some good
craft Suit
Those that have we
to sell to again Our
larger than ever and
and new
moving
us an opportunity
customers
Come in
to do you
with an All Wool Cloth
Prices always right goods
always satisfactory
Dutchess Trousers
Are first among the beat makes and the best fitting
trousers on the market Wo handle these because they
are good all around
Price 100 to 600 a Pair
Try Us for Underwear
We have a good selection in Cotton Kibbed Fleece
Lined and Union Suits also good Woolen Underwear
Sweater Coats from 100 to 250
All Kinds of Fall Goods
Gloves Alittens Hats Caps
Just received a large shipment of Shirts made for
us We now offer the best made Shirt on the - market
for 50c
MMmfim
OANFIELD O
Attention Farmers
We are paying 95c a busheffor Wheat
CHOPPING-
We are better prepared to do chopping thnn
ever before having installed new machinery
that will do it well and quickly Our regular
chopping days are Tuesdays and Fridays but
will do this work any day the mill iB in opera
tion
BUCKWHEAT
We grind Buckwheat every Saturday
Bring in Your Grist Work
We Guarantee Satisfaction
THE CANFIELD MILLING CO
CANFIELD O
tCSSJS3aJSSSiSaWKIJi5
I On the Square
Special
Sale This
Week of
Ladies Suits
EU WERS
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