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Why the Thrift Habit is
Worth as Much to You
as the Dollars You
Will Save
Once begin to put away
dollars and you experience
a new sense of values
when thinking of money
You find yourself half
unconsciously figuring how
you can save on this and
that
Once sow the habit of
thrift in the soil of the
mind and it will manifest
itself in a thousand ways
in your dally routine of
life
Come now to the Central
Savings 8c Loan Company
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CHARLES T AGNEW
AUCTIONEEH
Write or phone for dates before ad
Terttslng Residence 716 Oak Hlli
Are Youngstown O Auto phone 6177
If you want a speaking likeness
flien you go to the photographers
remember mat money talks
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The Geo L Fordyce Co
RELIABLE ADVERTI8INQ
January J 1920
Sale at 119 each
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fW fir- dS nP i TvL
i rf 8 ul w I s 1 al
Lem balsamKeepsMe On the Job
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I Used to Have Frequent Days Off Because of Sore Throat and
Colds But Not Since I Use LEM BALSAM
Area whoso work takes thein out
Gldo or subject to severe colds and
bronchial troubles because of expos
ure and climatic changes
LEM BALSAM immodlrvtely re lhej
aU affeotions of the throat lungs and
bronchial tubes It goes to the root
of the trouble and effects a pf TninniiT
natural relief
Cot a 50 cent bottle from our
druggist today and keep it In the
house as a preventive It Is good for
every member ot the family from baby
up becauso It Is absolutely puro and
free from narcotics
Be sure to got the genuine LEM
BALSAM Accept no substitutes
Sold and recommended by all reli
able druggists
If your druggist cant supply you
send COc to the PURITAN PRO
DUCTS COMPANY Youngstown
Ohio and a bottle will be sent you
Io paid
Auto Repairing
Goodrich Gordon and Fisk Tires
Freedom Gas and National
Oil at
G L BUSHS GARAGE
GREENFORD O
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A Safe Bel
Lawyer You want u dlorce on the
grounds of Insunltj tnt tire you suve
your husband 1h Insane
Woman Well If lie lnnt now Ill
lm with h in tititli lie U so get the
Iltpcrs rcmJy
Her Hard Lines
Mr riutliuli Slit has a very
i ult juirt In the new pluy
Mr riathush Diinculil Why she
tlnesot -ay a word
Well Nut tltiil tlillleult for a
wtillialiV
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No Mans Land
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I didnt set into the war answer
fti i h morose citizen Sly only vivid
tt Vn Ainus Lund In home while
Srln hoit ecleunlni I going on
Dibcrlmlnation Needed
lhut gVl must have u great sense
if huinur She h luughlng all the
titne
Wats the trouble with her sene
uf humor She doesnt know when
uot to laugh
Her Difficulty
That actress cant piny -Lady Mac
beth
Why not
Iitdy Macbeth miydered sleep and
he cant even kill time
Wasting Time
In their quarrel he threw an alarm
khk at his wife
lie ought to be uUiuuied of
to throw away his time so
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Sure Clue
How did ou guess at once
that
was u married uiau
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THE MAHONING DISPATCH FBIDAY JANUARY 2 1920
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Mall Order
Promptly
Filled
Youngstown Ohio
Unusual Values In Every
Department
Soiled Linens at Reduced Prices
Brown Linens Slightly soiled Ifnens from 15 inches to 54 inches wide reg
ular 100 to 300 qualities priced from 75c to 235 yard
Soiled Pattern Table Gloths and Napkins Regular 1800 to 6000 values to
Tmj sold at 1200 to 3000
Soiled Maderia A large assortment of doilies scarfs napkins and lunch
cloths soiled in display offered at one fourth off regular price
From the Womens Underwear Section
Flannelette Gowns Womens warm flannelette gowns V shaped or round
neck double yoke pink and blue striped or plain white 175 to 200
Camisoles Daintily trimmed with lace and ribbons Piiced for Month End
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Womens Medium Weight Union Suits Low neck no sleeves ankle length
Regular 200 values 159 suit fljpftgjgil
Semi Annual Coat and Suit Sale now on Wonderful values offered at
greatly reduced prices A saving of one fourth to one half on every garment
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The same patriotism which sect
American men to die or a democratic
Ideal Is today demanding that Amer
ican children be given an opportunity
to live out that Ideal Dr L Emmett
Holt
ADERGINES AND SALSIFY FALL
VEGETABLES
Aberglnes or egg plant and salsify or
vcFetable oysters nre found In the mar
kets during the
late summer or
early winter They
are both becoming
more popular as
they are being oft-
ener grown In the
home gardens
The ecu nlnnt be
longs to the potato and tobacco family
nnd hns a flavor peculiar to Itself The
purple skinned varieties are usually
considered of better flavor thnn the
white
Salsify has a flavor similar to oy
sters hence Its name vegetable oy
sters When salsify Is cooked and
served with n little codfish the flavor
of the oyster is heightened It- Is a
root which must he scraped and kept
under water to keep It from turning
dark colored It should never be cook
ed in an Iron vessel
Eou Plant With Mushroom Stuffing
Cut the egg plant In halves length
wise and parboil Id snlted water until
the pulp is tender Scoop out the pulp
to within an Inch from the skin Chop
the pulp fftie add half Its bulk of
chopped mashrooms which have been
sauted In a little butter five minutes
the same amount of soaked bread
crumbs hnlf a tnblespoonful of minced
onion a tnblespoonful of butter and
salt and pepper to taste Fill the
shells with the mixture lay In a well
buttered pun sprinkle with buttered
crumbs nnd hake three quarters of an
hour Mlnred ham may be used In
place of the mushrooms and the onion
may be omitted This dish Is a de
licious accompaniment to steak or
gnme
Mahed Eao Plant Boll an egg
plant whole without paring When
tender drain and remove the skin
Mash smooth add half a cupful of
bread crumbs two tablespoonfuls of
butter salt and pepper to taste a
little grated onion or a clove of gar
He cut and used to rub the Inside of
the baking lih Fill the dlfeh nnd
smooth the lop Cover with buttered
crutnlw and hake until the crumbs are
brown
Bathing the Eyes
Bathing the eyes occasionally dttr
ng the day os well as on rising I
conducive to thf Ir preservation When
if orstui is 1tHhy ool spring water
sliiuil b pri i i but where ther
i risoti to sir peel any
t fir pe f atwot be loo careful con d i
ln nt a very dillctte organ t o
l in having profeslaonul ad
tt ore tie adciTit imv rpmpillnl inftna
When Ihej oails are dusty ami lit
winds prevail bathing the eyes Is si
pleasant and felt to he so neces ar
to comfort that we need say nothint
as to Its salubrity to Induce Its emploj
ment by those who have experience
he annoyance arising from dust in
walking our streets In summer how
ever care must be tsken to be per
fectly cool before bathing the eyes be
cause If the face be covered with pros
plratlon the eppllcatlon of cold water
may be dangerous
A quick way to clean currants when
making cakes Is to put the fruit Into
a colander with a sprinkling of flour
and rub around a few times with your
hand It Is surprising how quickly the
stalks are separated and come through
the small holes
The white hat ia to some extent
taking th lace of the all black model
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Mrs George May te confined to her
home by sickness
McKlnley Newton had business In
Ravenna Tuesday
Mr tand Mrs J A Flick spenit
Christmas with helr daughter In Kent
Misa Winifred Campbell was home
from Youngstown Tuesday afternoon
J M Watson and family of G irard
spent last Sunday with relatives in
this place
Mr land Mrs Eben Crothera of Min
eral Itldgo visited Oanflcld relate cs
last Sunday
Mr and Mrs Herbert DeJfs went tr
Cleveland Wednesday to spend New
Years with relatives
Mr and Airs C E Eastman of
Youngstown spont Now Years with
relatives in this place
Prof and Mrs W J Miller ot Pitts
burgh spent the holiday season wifli
Mr and Mrs fW Calhoun
J C Nowport of Corncrsburg called
at the Dispatch ofllco while in the vil
lage Wednesday afternoon
Roy Blott and family have moved
from Apple Avenue to the M J Barnes
farm in Ellsworth township
Omen Newton -went to Akron Tues
day to visit and before returning will
spend some time In Michigan
Mr Yaeger who operates a coal
mine southwest of Greenford -was in
the village last Saturday afternoon
E C Dlehl is able to he out after
suffering a severe attack of rheuma
tism but finds It necessary to use a
cane
iMr and Mrs John Calhoun of De
troit visited here several days the
past -week with Air and Mrs Windsor
Oalhoun
Mr and Mrs II L Sonnedeckcr and
daughter Grace spent Christmas in
Youngstown with W B Sonncdeckcr
and family
Dr and Mrs D Campbell expect to
leave about the first of February for
Miami Fla to spend the remainder oC
the winter
Miss Alta Mead of Cleveland spent
a pant or the nouuay season u tue
home of Mr and tMrs C H Hine west
of the village
Mlns Thelma Dickson who attends
school in Youngstown i3 spending thr
holidays here with her parents Mr
md Mrs H J Dickson
Mr and Mrs Charles Palmer of thin
township announce the engagement of
their daughter Isabell to Harry S
Manchester of this place
Mrs F L Cogsll on Wednesday con
cluded a visit hero and returned home
to Cleveland accompanied by her
mother Mrs James Williams
Mr and Mrs E L McClavo nnd
little daughter have concluded a visit
here with W J Dickson and family
and returned home to Martinsburg W
Va
C A Bardo and family were dn
Alliance last Saturday afternoon to
attend the funeral of his half brother
W C Bardo who died at the ago of
71
Mr and Mrs L L Jones of New
York visited here -with P T Jones and
family from Christmas evening until
Saturday night when they left for
home
Miss Hattle Bond who has been
very sick was on Monday removed to
the homo of P T Jones where it Is
hoped she may be nursed back to
health
Iloyd Andiows who has been sta
tioned at the Great Lakes training
camp for somo time Is enjoying a
short furlough at the homo of his pat
ents Mr and Mrs A S Andrews
J M iMcClavo of Cleveland Mr and
Mrs Samuel Mcdatro or Uhrichvllle
and Mrs Margaret McClave nnd two
children of Costonln were guests the
past week of W J Dickson and family
Mrs Alice Evans and sons Howard
and IJoyd Mr and Mrs Oscar Bvuns
and children and Mr and Mrs Nell
Dickson of Youngstown were Christ
mas guests of Mr and Mrs H J Dick
son
C II Neff has purchased of liic
father J E Neff a one half interest
In the business property ou Broad
street occupied by the Citizens Co-operative
Co The other one4wlf intei
est 1 owned by his brother R J Neff
PAUL McNISH Geauga County Ohio
PROMINENT BhEEUER
OF H0LSTEIN CATTLE
Discusses Production and Marketing
Problems of Dairymen at
Farmers Institute
Paul McNIsh of Geauga county
owns a famous herd of tested cows
He knows how- to feed for the last
ounce of butter fat but Is interested
primarily in the utility dairy Few
men have a more Intimate knowledge
of prominent blood lines than he and
his ability as a judge of dairy cattle
is recognized far and wide
Mr McNIsh has a message for the
dairyman who is trying to produce
better and cheaper milk and who
thinks his long hours should receive
adequate compenbutlon also for tho
consumer who feelt that he is com
pelled to pay too much for dairy prod 1
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He -will speak at the famiera insti
tute at North Juckson Jan 7 and 8
Mo laughs tet who entiles ttve most
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BEST TIME TO PRUNE
TRANSPLANTED TREES
Early Spring Has Been Most
Generally Recommended
Fear Hat Been Expressed That
Branches Cut Back In Fall Will
Not Dry Out Sufficiently Re
sults of Missouri Station
Tho time to prune transplanted
trees nntl young trees not to bo trans
planted has been much discussed
Early spring has been most generally
recommended It Is the usual custom
to prune back tho branches of young
trees when they are transplanted
Somo writers have recommended do
laying prunlnp back fall transplanted
trees until spring The precaution of
ten urged ngnlnst cutting back tho
branches In tho fall Is that tho troo
loses too much moisture through the
cut surfaces of tho twigs Fenr has
been expressed that tho cut back
branches will dry out sufficiently to
kill back badly during winter Tho
question naturally arises as to whether
more water will bo lost through tho
wounds of the cut twigs than would
bo transpired from tho branches were
they left Intact
In order to answer this question for
Missouri conditions which arc more
or less typical of the central states
general observations have been made
on young trees pruned at different sea
sons at the University of Missouri
College of Agriculture In the last
twenty years Tho results uniformly
Indicate that better growth results If
the branches arc cut back In the fall
This holds truo for young trees gener
ally whether they are transplanted In
tho fall or spring or arc not trans
planted
The samo observations are truo of
grapes A skillful grape propagator
and grower at Hermann Mo hns found
that grapes mako better growth If
pruned back In the fall This grower
sots his cuttings In autumn as soon
as the vines shed their leaves and
thereby successfully roots Norton
Cynthlana and other varieties found to
root with difficulty If tho cuttings nro
made and set In early spring Ho
further says thnt one-year-old grapes
designed to stand a second year In tho
nursery make much better growth It
pruned back In tho fall also that
bearing grape vines make stronger
growth If pruned In autumn as soon
as their leaves arc shed This Is par
ticularly true of varieties that tend td
make poor renewal growth from tho
lower spurs
That tho water content of young
apple trees Is not greatly affected by
fall pruning was established by ex
periments In 1000 and 1001 at the Uni
versity of Missouri Little difference
In water content was found between
apple trees transplanted In late fall
and those which were not transplanted
Also the trees whose branches wero
pruned back In Into autumn contained
on tho average slightly moro water
than thoso which retained their
branches Wlillo this difference Is not
great It at least Indicates that tho
pruned branches did not suffer from
drying out through the wounds but
that on the contrary the pruned trees
dried out slightly less than thoso
which wero not pruned
QUITE SIMPLE POST PULLER
Effective Device Made of Ordinary
Pieces of Timber With Chain At-
tached to 8lnaletree
This Is a very simple post puller It
consists of a 2 by 0 inch timber about
8 feet long placed in a slanting posi
tion against the post which you dcslro
to pull out of tho ground Fasten tho
chain around tho post Just above tho
ground nnd run It over the plank Tho
next step Is to hitch a singletree to the
end of the chain nnd one horse easily
pulls out any ordinary fence post This
device will be found very handy by
With a Piece of Plank a Chain and a
Horse Fence Posts Are Easily Pulled
Out
farmers repairing their fences or tear
ing out old ones to replace them by
the modern steel or concrete fence
posts which have won such great favor
among farmers generally Tho chain
may be quickly attached to any post
and the prop put in place The parts
are easily carried to the next post to
be drawn Popular Science Monthly
TUBERCULOSIS IN HOG HERD
All Affected Animals Should Be Sent
to Market for Slaughter Under
Federal Inspection
Prepared by the United States Depart
ment ot Agriculture
When tuberculosis already exists In
a drove of hogs all the affected ani
mals whether hogs or cattle should
be removed from the premises The
hogs should be sent to market for
slaughter at nn abuttolr under federal
Inspection The tuberculin test should
be applied to all cattle on the place
and those reacting should be properly
disposed of The pens nnd stables
should be thoroughly cleaned und dis
infected before restocking
One Way to Do It
I dont see how you can afford
to run an automobile
Easy enough Weve quit eatlnf
meet
Son Wa6 Safe
What you dont know wont hurt
you
Then that oldest hoy of mine Is
Immune from till harm
Dean of WMtewashers
Tou must be old majnhr
Tolabll swh Ai ttkon Alls da
ton of - vhhoohi
Headache
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN suffer miserably from
periodic attacks of headache never dreaming-
that a permanent cure may be had Headache
nearly always results from some disorder of the
stomach liver or bowels Take Chamberlains
Tablets They will correct these disorders and
there will be no more headache Many have been
permanently cured by Chamberlains Tablets
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Not a Mollycoddle
HHll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 f
Kciris entered the Iioubo with a lool
nl disgust on his face Will you kind
tell me he demanded of his wife
nlmt kind of a mollycoddle well
tuinging up
I will If I can responded MraJ
Kins amianiy
If you can exploded Ferris
iu Well when a boy getB to bo 1
j tars old and still plays with dolli
ond In mother doosnt know that hci
ti moll coddle Ferris pauaei dramat
Ically I suppose you didnt know
nnd wont care when you do know
ilat our son Chester is ojit in tin
i ttk nrd wheeling Catherines doll
up and down In the doll canlago
Mrs Ferris laughed I rather like
W hao him play with Catherine and
her dolls alio replied It keeps him
jut of mischief
Mischief snorted Ferrl3 1 donl
think you need to worry about his get
i m Into mischief A fellow that plas
twih dolls at his age From his tone
i would have interred that getting
o nithif was tho tiling of ail olli
- thiil 1irils desjted his small boh
to do
Mts Fouls laughed again when liei
liuiband coming home rather eaily
the next afternoon found Chcslei in
he Kitchen busily Ironing tho dolljl
cl jihes He looked up with a smile at
lis Indignant patent
Come hero anu look at Miss Pollys
dress dad ho urged Its all hand
adc I made It myself And Its all
hand iroucd ho added with a mis
tnioious chuckle
Tliiieupnn Ferris once moro sought
out his wife and decluied emphatlcal
l that the boy must not he allowed to
do such- things
rieally dear said Mrs Terrls
i a siiilo Into tho dainlng i lic
is dr g -1 know Chester ia differ
il lnnn other boys but ho Isnt In
loa t effeminate lie docs odd
i b caiuo lie wnuls to do them
ut
l n Mlrt Forrls ins tvllllni In nil
I i t that Chesters Independence had
t i astianso turn when shortly at
iwatd Fetrls found his son sitting
i tho front poich trimming an old
hat of his mothers
Iiv George Ferris bellowed Ill
iil bim to a military tcliool or out
v nil to learn to bo a cowboy or or
tn jail Anywheie to teach him to quit
tiieh baby nonsense
It vai at this moment that Chcs
Ili parents watching from the win
luw saw tho leader and a member of
the gang appear at the corner When
bo natmo of Chesters occupation
ai revealed to them they made a beo
line for tho Ferris residence
Looklt looklt they shouted
Come on over fellows nnd watch tho
nsay boy IIos trimming a hat
From all poiits of tho compass the
Vang came at the call They stood
n the sidewalk and Jeered the mil
liner
Sissy boy sissy boy they cried
insultingly Mammas baby boy
mokes bats and doll dresses Give him
a bottle of milk Get him an animal
li acker Sissy boy sissy boy
Chester calmly put tho finishing
touch on a bow that ho was working
upon Somo bow felleis huh he in
tulred pleasantly Im going to put It
tin the crown Which ho did Then he
plired the hat gently upon his head
Some hat fellows huh he asked
s retly
Clicbters calm tones seemed to act
av a damper upon tho gang They
watched him In silence while he tied
ih ribbon strings underneath his
yo la
Now be aald when this was dono
fot the first time there was a hint
of belligerency in bis voice does any-
ivxiy want tn call me a slssv hoy
Theie was a pause Then Sissy
boy sissy boy came rather faintly
from he center ofthe crowd
Chvster descendqtl the steps In a
dignified way until tyie reached thn
letlom Then he made a sudden and
Wilful dive thnt landed him in the
center of the group Theie was a star
d yelp imuh like that glvfi hv a
Pimpy whin suddenly Attacked
Chester uneptd frmii the cnrniiu
ei wllh the hat still ouhls huad His
umphant carriage was a lnin con
trast to that of his foe who vyib now
tiavtllng rapidly In the Vilrettlou of
his rtllfri liome ai A I
ome
umc
p Anyuouyieitie want
ill
the conqueror luquiWd genial-
There was an awkward paiise Then
me erstwnue leader of i
spoke Aw whats the use
pin he asked Come on
gang
t scrap
us go ana play football In the lot
bun decorated with his millinery
creation Chester led the procewslon
Ferris gave a low whistle well
Le said 1 believe after all we dont
neea ioce in such a rush to jend Miaj
a to a mvitary school
For quick aotloD riptcl
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Minimum Charge 25 cents
I THE DISPATCH
Ohio 8tate Phone 48
For Salo
Good heavy bob eled Inquire 8T9
Mahoning Ave Youngstown O Ostt
Bell Main 2196 38k
Motal suitable for babbiting eta in
handy 3 lb bars at reduced prloo
Dispatch phone 48
Sparton auto horn motor driven
6 8 volt Cood as now WilL soli at
half price Phono 48 39 tt
Choice White Wyandotte cockerela
also year old White Wyandotto cock
H C Reed phone 21 Canfleld 35 tt
Choice Rhode Island Red cockerels
also one Rhode Island Red cock Mm
J A Flick Canfleld Phone 22 an SG
30 b
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Two fresh cows part Jersey throo
and seven years old Earl Snyder U
1 West Austinitown O Bell phone
county 143 384
Throo registered Holstoin bull
calves sons of Cardview Pontiac
Klondike W E Balsler Auto phono
12085 Poland O W a
50 acres of farm and pasture land
fronting on macadam road In Canfleld
township no buildings Price GO
per acre Phono 48
Wagons Buggies Har
ness Blankets Robes etc Auto tiros
and tubes Harness and shoes repair
ed auto tops recovered and curtains
repaired Rubber Carriage tires ap
plied Phono 81 J W Johnston
Canfleld O 3G tf
A farm of 130 acres located on now
macadam road 3 miles southwest of
Canfleld ot cross roads jtnown bs
Toots Corners This is -A excellent
farm good buildings largf bllo Write
P J Crockett 1450 Clarence Are
Lakowood 0 I 3C bf
J J
icah in i
Five ton pltloss wagon good
condition Allen Snydo Ri I Can
field one milo west
37 b
Wanted
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Hickory ash oak and maple logo
Canfleld Mfg Nov Co Canfleld O
Phono 30 JEOtf
Clay miners steady work Kopp
Kitty Kompany Greenford Phone 1
on CO Canfleld 36 tf
Dont ruin the spare tire on your
new Ford get an exhaust deflector at
Fowlers Garane Canfleld
Dont ruin the spare tire on your
new Ford net an exhaust deflector at
Fowlers Garage Canfleld
Dont ruin the cpare tire on your
new Ford get an exhaust deflector at
Fowlers Garage Canfleld
To buy hogs calves chickens I
pay highest market cash prices D
M Charlton Greenford Ohio Phone
10 on 76 2Ctf
To buy hogs calves and chickens
Will pay highest market cash prices
C F Bush Greenford O Canfleld
phone 1 on 41
Girl to assist with light housework
In family of three adults In Youngs
town No washing all conveniences
Excellent opportunity for right person
Call 48 Canfleld 37tf
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To buy a farm of forty to fifty acres
with good buildings Address 30 Rose
St saiera O 37 b
Coal diggers at once Mine located
at Rosemont good wages and beat
working conditions Ingulro Gray
Bros 817 Salt Spring Rd Youaga
town Bell Main 2275 Auto 5436 39 d
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Docket 23 Page 67
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
F Williams Youngstown Ohio has
been appointed and qualified adminis
trator ot the estate of Manlo Jellcff
late of Poland township Mahoning
county Ohio deceased by the Probate
Court of said county All persons in
terested will govern themselves ac
cordingly
July 6 1818
JOHN W DAVIS
Pjcbate Judge of Mahoning county
Ohio 38 X
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give them a trial You are certain to
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fry ti DUjmucU
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