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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, March 26, 1920, Image 3

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iA daughter iwtis bom last week to
Mr and Mrs Carl llidcnotir of Lisbon
BtrcoL
K daughter was bora Thursday
morning to Mr and Mrs Charles Eng
lr of Court etreet
Broad street haB been cleaned of
flKh and Jcg that accumulated during
scycral weeks and could not bo moved
Ground has Ibeen broken for
new -residence on the
road near air iDurge tte
T3ie ftides of Improved roads In
tihte neighborhood are being scraped
and leveled to make thorn safer for
traffic
I OaiJjahan -who was taken to the
Youngstown hospital last week for a
surgical operation 3s reported to be
doing very well
JamesTWilHoms of Oanfleld who
ihas shipped hundreds of cars of sheep
in hls Mme Is now buying and Elhlp
ptag hogs to market
A daughter who has been named
Betty Louise was born last Sunday
night to Mr and iMrs II CM Van Ars
dale who reside on Lisbon street
Work Is being rushed by contrac
tor E B Hull on itlio new residence of
O C iBowanan on South Broad stireet
and same nvill becomploted in a few
weeks
Fine weather two or three days
this week has put people In the notion
of garden making but the ground Is
still too wet for much activity In that
direction
Last Sunday was an Ideal spring
day and hundreds of automoblllsta
wore out enjoying it All day long Im
proved roads for miles around were
lined Willi cars
The C W B iM of ithe Christian
church will meet at the homo of Mrs
Ernest Scotl next Thursday afternoon
at 2 oclock All ladies of the church
are requested to be present
Neighborhood quarrels over garden-scratching
chickens rwlll soon be
in order that is If people are not
considerate enough to keep their fowld
In lam enclosure at home as required
by ordinance
iMrs Elizabeth Hollabaugh wife
of Edward Hollabaugh formerly of
Oanfleld now residing in Warren re
conltfly fell on an ley BldewiaJk and sus
tained injuries from which phc Is
Blowfly recovering
The first thunderstorm of ho
Beason came last Friday evening and
was las heavy as any that usually come
in mid summer Kain fell In torrents
and filled many cisterns that had for
eomo time been dry
Frank Recti Is having many im
provements made on the South Broad
etireet residence recently purchased of
Homer Strock Mr and iMrs Reed
expect to move hero from Youngatown
about the first of April
Prof C O Allaman for several
years at the head of the N E O N
C mow an instructor in the Akron
city schools writes that ho is getting
along nicely and wishes to bo remem
bered to old Canfleld friends
While W K House was operat
ing a large saw Tuesday In the plant
of the Canfleld Mfg Novelty Co
his right hand came In contact with
theteoth resulting in a ueop gasn oe
ing cut in the 6econd finger and two
other Angers were consiidcraniy in
jured
Under the order or the county
commissioners tho Canflold Boardinnm
road between what is known as the
mud school house no longer In exist
ence to the Boardman township lino
la to toe resurfaced at once As a result
ot heavy traffic during tho winter tho
road Is decidedly rough in spots
Coneldcralblo maple syrup has
boon made by fanners in this neigh
borhood ithe last week several fairly
good runs of Bap following the stormy
Sreezlnc weather Tho market for
ho product is active and not all who
desire to place orders for syrup have
Aoen Bible to do so U sells at around
43 a gallon
A Kins drag could bo used with
beneficial results on somo of tho dirt
roads albout town Count street is a
sight great ruts axle deep being cut
in itho road Ihiring the past week
Beveral etrangers attempted to nego
tiate the street with cars and in each
instance it cost them the use of a team
to bo hauled out through failure to
notice signs at each end of tho street
warning ofits bad condition
A well attended meeting of the
Mahoning county farm bureau was
held in Canfleld last week Thursday
night Tho county commissioners and
county rood superintendent were pres
ent and explained in detail plans for
road improvement in this county dur
ing tho summer In fact much of the
time of the meeting was devoted to
ith discussion of road improvement
and much valuable information was
Gained
County Auditor E M Faust and
assistants are preparing to send per
sonal property tax blanks through tho
moils Taxpayers must make their re
port as of April 11 which is tax Hen
day and all personal property owned
on that day must he listed Returns
most be sworn to before toeing return
ed rto the auditor Auditor Faust says
many dog licenses ate yet to too taken
out and that steps will bo taken to
have the sheriff get a line on dog own
ers who have so far evaded the law
Many Canfleld people witnessed
the wonderful Auronai Borealis display
Monday night from about 8 until 11
oclock It was one of unusual bail
Kancy at times being so bright that 0
newspaper could be read The great
est beauty was shortly aBter 10 oclock
rwhen the Auro a crown was formed
im the zenith of many colors ranging
Jrom the subdued to the intense The
rapidly changing panorama held wit
nesses spellbound bright rays shoot
ing upward and seeming to set waves
ol blase in the sky and at otner times
it appeared as though white clouds
iwre ectaityered about the canopy of
the heavens overhead The color
soheroe varied from violet to red The
new moon was noi in it with this
ephemeral spectacle Scientific gen
Oeen declared that the
dfeplay was the most magnificent
Utey bad ever seen and its conitinu
Mice surpassed all expectations
ICE FOR CANFIELD
A rejiresentative of the Citizens lee
of was nere weanesaay una
rranged for a local man to handle
to uroouct me coming summer a
iVdslag witt be erected ea soon as p
1 cam be securea so mat ice can ce
end vaiwjie at all times
Ftfie best business man is the one
zndnde im own
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iMirs Bert Uawroncet of Lordstown
is a victim of sleeping sickness
It is predicted that Ohio will be
3000 school teachers short by next
fall
Warrens big new hotel is to be
completed and opened at Thanksgiv
ing time
Lemuel S Little who died last
week at his home in Poland aged 76
was a civil war veteran
A farm of 32 acres in Bazetta
township 7 miles from Warren has
been leased for the u of the 200 Boy
Scouts in and near Warren
Four applicants took the civil
service examination held at Oolumbi
Una last week for postmaster in Lee
tonia one of them being H D Weav
er P M some years ago
Criticism of young people who
miaiko mistakes doe3 not get tho critics
anything and besides criticism might
somctime come to them or theirs
when It would cause a change of attl
tude
Senator Truman H Nerberry
found guilty of election rauds in
Michigan has been sentenced to serve
two years in the Fort Leavenworth
penitentiary and is to pay a fine of
ioooo
John D Webb of Salem in renew
ing his subscription writes Tho
Dispatch has been in my family ever
since it wiaa established nearly forty
three years ago and is always a wel
come visitor
Wise ones are sajlng thnt Her
bert Hoover will shortly announce his
candidacy for the republican nomina
tion for president Leaders in both
parities have been langllng for Hoover
to act as their standard bearer
The new Masonic lodge in War
ren named in honor of Carroll F
Clapp held its initial meeting last Sat
urday night and was attended by hun
dreds of Trumbull county Masons to
whom Invitations had been extended
Census gives Wan en a population
of 27050 an increase of 15969 in 10
years or 1411 per cent in record bo
far readied by very few cities War
ren has had great industrial growth
the last decade which is proven by
census figures
Mrs J P Webster a Cleveland
subscriber writes The Dispatch is
sued Thursday docs not reach us until
Friday or Saturday of the next week
Other complaints have come from
Cleveland patrons and an effort will
he made to secure more prompt deliv
ery
The Newton Falls board ot edu
cation has voted to pay all tho Instruc
tors in the schools a bonus of 20
during the months of March April
and May Doubtless many other
ooarus 01 education would he more
than pleased to do the same thing if
they had funds at their command to
foot the bill
Mn Nathan Brobst who remov
ed from Canfleld to Topeka Kans 40
years ago and is now 75 in renewing
her subscription writes Ithat she still
enjojs reading The Dispatch as she
thus hears of relatives and old friends
Eastern Kansas has had a reasonably
mild winter she writes but is now
suffering for water many wells ore
low and stock water is scarce
Edward Hcddleson who went to
Newton Falls from Lcetonla lat May
and was employed as a dish washer in
a local restaurant until the middle of
March when he disappeared returned
last Sunday and was placed under ar
rest on suspicion of knowing pome
thtng about tho murder of Dallas Hart
zell who was assaulted and robbed of
200 while entering his home and died
from injuries sustained
The coming summer promises to
bring such congestion of automobiles
in cities and towns that parking facili
ties must be improved In Mahoning
county alone hundreds of new cars
have been purchased since the first of
tho year hundreds are yet to come
omd this means with the strings of ma
chines from all over the country that
lino the roads In summer that annoy
ing congestion is certain to result
0 D Metzler a Beaver township
boy who has long been connected with
tho First National bank of Youngs
town on April 1 will become assistant
manager of the foreign department of
tho Dollar bank as announced Mon
day by A E Adams president of the
allied institutions Mr Metzler has
for years made a study of foreign ex
change and is regarded one of the best
informed men on the subject In
Youngatown
Under tho order of n Cleveland
common pleas court judge iMrs
Lson Jerge must turn over valuable
Cleveland property to tho city of War
ren in part payment of the 550000
which city treasurer O B Kistler con
fessed he embezzled from the city and
gave the woman Kistlers bondsmen
have been invited to pay in the sum
of 30000 and if this amount is paid
it 1b claimed the city will lose not
more than 10000
DEATH OF MIVERT J BARNES
iMivert J Barnes died early Wednes
day morning at his home in Berlin
Center after suffering two years with
cancer of the throat and tongue De
ceased was born In Limavillo Stark
county Dec 21 1854 and resided
there and in Alliance 23 years when
he located in Ellsworth On Sept 25
1877 he was married to Miss Alice
piehl of Ellsworth Three children
were born to this union Mrs George
Read of Berlin Center and Emelen end
Harry Barnes of Ellswontbf who with
his wife survive him He also leaves
nine grandchildren one brother
James of Edinburgh and one sister
Mrs Mary Kotman making her home
with the Barnes family Mr Barnes
for many ears followed fanning and
was very successful For several
years he had been retired He was a
highly regc rdetl by all who knew him
and had many friends He was of
the democratic faith and served long
as township trustee in BUsworth and
member of the board of educaitipn in
Ellsworth and Berlin He was presi
dent of the Mahoning County Pleasure
PUshlng Club and owned the lake
under lease to the club Funeral Ber
vices will be held from the family
home in Berlin Center Saturday morn
ing at 10 oclock Rev Won Caven
pastor of the M E Church which the
deceased attended officiating The
remains will he laid away in the Ells
worth cemejery mausoleunjv
See the Fordson Tractor at Fowlers
Ford Garage Canfleld Your order Is
solicited
J Good drummer with orchestra 6at
4 untey night April 3 In twn Kail
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Poor maple sugar and syrup season
Numerous cases of measles in Can
field
All schools in Green township open
April 1
David Foulk died in Ellsworth of
pneumonia
D L Rose will move from Rosc
mont to Canton
Jacob Condo of North Lima is laid
up with rheumatism
Trumbull county courthouse in War
ren destroyed by fire
J J Mcintosh engaged n principal
of Petersburg schools
Family of Bllas Beckman of Berlin
laid up with measles
Miss Lottie Spauldlng will leach the
Ellsworth Center school
Twelve persons united with the Can
field Congregational church
Frank Gulp of Nasby Corners re
covering from serious illness
Beard Bros of New Buffalo ship two
cars of sheep and 42 horses
Albert Cook exsherlit of Mahoning
county died In Salem arod f
North Lima farmers are discarding
riadl fences and erecting iron fences
Work started on the
electric railroad
Car load of clothing and provisions
shipped from Canfleld to Nebraska
needy
J B Moody and W L Clark of
Boardman are recovering from long
illnesses
Grant Foulk of North Jackson and
Miss MatUo Baldwin of Milton united
in marriage
Clark Helndel of North Lima and
Miss Alena Horn of East Lewistown
atnlted In marriage
A J Shlffcrstoin of West Austin
town has started making the rounds
with his fish wagon
1 -A Manchester of Dublin exhibit
ed in the village a lamb having two
bodies and elgut lefts
James Finnegan of Canfleld owns a
cow that is 32 years old nnd doing
well as u milk producer
Unsuccessful attempt made by burg
ars to blow open the vault in the
Farmers National bank
Prof J A Campbell of Grecnford
will act as one of the judges at the
gold medal oratorical contest in Can
field
J W Canfleld In a long article
strongly advocates that Canfleld town
ship issue 20000 in bonds to build
an electric railway from Canfleld to
Youngatown
WARNING
The paaty who took garden tools
etc from an outbuilding on the prem
ises of Mrs J M Kendlg is requested
10 return same and avoid the humilia
tion of exposure
MBS KENDIG
CANFIELD MARKET REPORT
Paying Prices
Egg 40c
Butter 50c
Selling Prices
Eggs ic
Butter 57c
Butter Elgin creamery SOc
Oleo 38c and 48c
Lemons 45c dozen
Oranges 50 and SOc dozen
Bananas 12c lb
Lard 2Sc lb
Ham 35c
Bacon 40c lb
Cheese Swiss 45c cream 45c
English walnuts 50c lb
Honey 35c and 40c box
Navj beans 13c
Chipped dried beef In bulk 70c lb
Cabbage 10c
Honey extracted 27c lb
Potatoes 90c pk
IF YOU ARE ENTERING
INTO BUSINESS
Let us equip and design your store
for you Wo sell
Store Fixtures
Hobart Electric Machines
Daytor Scales
Fairbanks heavy duty Scales
Dlcbolt Safes
Store Designing
Butcher Supplies
C Schmidt Refrigerators
We have for sale many second
hand butcher supplies and fixtures
See Us Before You Buy
The Youngstown Store and
Office Fixture Co
23 N Champion St
YOUNGSTOWN OHIO
Havlna had 47 years experience
ill I have to say Is before you adver
tlss your public sale I would like to
contract with you and show you that
I can deliver the ooods You have
done more than a little to help make
me Thanks
COL 8 B PARSHAL
The Auctioneer Canfleld O
DANCE
IN TOWN HALL CANFIELD
Saturday Evening
April 3
Three piece orchestra with good
A drummer
RUBBER STAMPS
of Every Description
THE MAHONING DISPATCH
Telephone 48
CANFIELD YOUNGSTOWN
25 Cents Fare
Leave Canfield at 615 and 7 a m
Leave Youngstown at 615 and 645
p m
Call phone 1 Canfield for reserva
tion
RAJAH GASOLINE
A high test gasoline at a low tett
price Fowlers Ford Garage Canfleld
See the Fordson Tractor at Fowlers
Ford Garage Canfleld Your c rdr la
solicited
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LEGAL NOTICE
Buniel Fox whose residence is un
known and Matilda OvtTholt who
lives at No 429 South Washington
Avenue Whlttier California will take
notice that W E Mcntzer as admin
istrator of the cstato of A Alvin Sny
der filed his petition in the Probate
Court of Mahoning county Ohio on the
2nd day of March 1920 against the
said Daniel Fox and Matilda OvcTholt
and others alleging that tho personal
estate ot said decedent Is insufficient
to pay the debts against his estate and
the charges of administration thereof
and asking an order of Court to sell
the following described promises sit
uated in the Township of Beaver
county of Mahoning and State of Ohio
and known as part of tho south half
of Section 18 in said township nnd is
bounded and described as follows
Beginning at tho north west corner of
a two acre tract owned by J Wisler
thence east along north line of said
Wisler land and land of M L Bare to
a corner thence north along west line
to a corner in tho road leading from
Columbiana to Canfleld thence north
westerly along said road to a corner
and land now owned by G and L B
Fltzpatrlck thence west along line ot
said Fltzpatrlcks land to the corner
in the public road thence south along
the road to tho place of beginning
containing twelve and a half 12
ncrcs of land more or less Th
prayer of said petition i3 that plain
tiff be ordered to sell said land to pay
the debts and charges aforesaid and
that they are required to answer the
same on or about the 19th day of
April 1920
W E MDNTZER Administrator
B A Beard Attorney 48 6
LEGAL NOTICE
State of Ohio Mahoning count ps
In the Court of Common Pleas
Maude B Stelnfurth Plaintiff s
August Stelnfurth Defendant
August Stelnfurth whose residence
is unknown will take notice thit
Maude B Stelnfurth has filed her peti
tion against him in case No 43092 of
the Common Pleas Court of Mahoning
county Ohio for divorce and custody
of minor children and that said cause
will be for hearing on and after the
10th day of May 190
MAUDE B STEINFURTH
Ew Ing Ewlng Attys for PHif 51 0
LEGAL NOTICE
State of Ohio Mahoning county ss
In the Court of Common Pleas
William Newell Plaintiff vs Hose
Newell Defendant
Pose Newell whose residence is un
known will take notice that William
Newell has filed his petition against
her in case No 4302 1 of the Common
Please Court of Muhonlng county
Ohio for divorce and that said cause
will be for hearing on and after the
10th day of May 1920
WILLIAM NEWELL
Ewlng Ewlng Attys for Pltif 51 6
LEGAL NOTICE
Saul Kounin whose residence is un
known will take notlco that on the
13th day of February 1920 the
Youngstown Ice Company filed a state
ment of claim and affidavit against
him in the Municipal court of the City
of Youngstown Mahoning county
Ohio in Case No 15738 praying for
judgment in the sum of one hundred
10000 dollars for goods sold and
delivered and an attachment and sale
of a concreto mixer belonging to 6aid
Saul Kounin who is required to
answer on or before the 10th day of
April 1920
THE YOUNGSTOWN ICE CO
By E B Zlcgcr Attorney 46 6
LEGAL NOTICE
Beatrice Green who lives at Buena
Vista Virginia will take notlco that
her husband Henry Green has sued
her for divorce in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Mahoning County Ohio
on tho grounds of gross neglect of
duty nnd adultery and that said cause
will be for hearing on and after six
weeks publication of this notice
B A Beard Atty for Pltf 51 0
R D Fowlers automobile repair
shop Is now open for business belnn
In charoe of Lester Cox the automo
bile expert mechanic Your work In
this line Is solicited
Its all right to take things as they
come if you only know whtvt to do
wilh them
Clothes dont make tho man Man
a low brow is concealed behind a high
hat
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Get our prices before huylng
BOTH PHONES
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THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY MARCH 26 1920
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A KROECK
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VERY ecnuine
IHIO TUEC
Electric Vacuum
Cleaner has a red collar or
band around the base of the
motor to identify it Do
not choose any electric vacuum
cleaner until you hate tested
and compared the cleaning
power and efficiency of the
H Cleans Wltho A
H Beating jfA
IB and Pounding ffm
Prep Home Trial nnd AmJa
RH perfect nHfnction jf
K absolutely iruirntitecd J f
fes
The Citizens Co-
operative Co
Oanfleld Ohio
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4and
Absolute
Safety
PEOPLE OF GOOD
JUDGMENT
are llioic who arc sit
ing in spite of high liv
ing costs- nnd their
judgment leads them to
deposit funds where a
satisfactory interest
rate is piitl namely in
The Federal Savings
L o a n Company o f
Youngstown
Sr0 interest com
pounded semi annually
Is puid on small or large
deposits which c a n
either be brought per
sonally or sent by mail
Resources 450000000
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Manufacturers Not Assemblers
LITCHFIELD SPREADERS
Are manufactured in the Litchfield factory Nothing procured
elsewhere except raw materials
The no choke box- bull dog cylinder and oil packed main bearing
appeal to the common sense of every man who knows anything about
manure spreaders
These features uire not found on any other machines The four
inch channel steel sills and steel beater bars are other things that will
appeal to you
A proper estimate cannot be placed on its value without seeing the
machine tried in the field where seeing is believing
The Litchfleld spreader will do all any other spreader will do and
a great deal more than most of them It will work better last longer
and cost less for upkeep than any other If It was not more durable and
practically repair proof and fool proof we could not afford to guarantee
it for five years
Wo also have a complete sitock of walking and riding plows disc
harrows grain drills potato planters Sure Drop corn planters wag
ons and harness
SON
AUSTINTOWN OHIO
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Canfield Youngstown
Transportation
PACKARD LIMOUSINES and TOURING CARS FOR HIRE
Leaves Canfleld
A M 9 AM 12 Noon BPM
Wednesday and Saturday Night at 7 P M
FOR FUNERALS AND SPECIAL TRIPS CALL
CANFIELD AUTO 112
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A Few More of
These Latest
OVERCOATS
To offer at prices from one quarter to one third below
todays market Call and look them over If your size
is among them it surely will pay you to buy one now even
for next winter Our prices on these range from 22 to
38
Domett Night Shirts and Pajamas Our prices are
below present wholesale prices If in need of any will
say act quickly before they are all gone
Underwear Our line is fairly complete We are
cleaning them up to make room for spring goods
Wool Socks Good weight to clear up 50c 65c 75c
Canvas Gloves AVhy not save 5 to 10 cents by buy
ing them here Our 15 and 20c grades are worth one
third more Our 25c gauntlets are regular 35c values
A WIESNER
Phone 34
D Campbell
H J Beardsley
JamefS Harding
James Park
Canfield O
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The Farmers
Savings Loan Cof
CANFIELD OHIO
Now Open for Business
in the
BANKING HOUSE
of
THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Deposits draw interest at the rate of FIVE PER CENT
per annum
OFFICERS
D Caniphell Prest Mark H Liddle Secretary
H J Beardsley Vice Prest T 0 Rose Treasurer
DIRECTORS
Geo N Boughton
Bruce S Matthews
Elmer R Lynn
Roy J Delfe
I Mark H Liddle
1M 1 ill
Here You Are Mr Car Owner
A limited number of repaired tubes on hand uncall
ed for which will be sold at costvof repair Maybe your
size is among them
BRING US YOUR VULCANIZING AND REPAIR
WORK
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
NEW METHOD TIRE CO
X CANFIELD OHIO
Auto Repairing
I Goodrich Gordon and Fisk Tires f
Freedom Gas and National
Oil at
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