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The Geo L Fordyce Co
Youngstown Ohio July 29 1920
RELIABLE ADVERTISING
27 33 West Federal Street
BLANKET SALE
A LITTLE EARLIER THAN USUAL THIS SUMMER
BECAUSE Fordyce s have 2500 iuirof wool unci cotton blankets on band
blankets purchased last year which will be sold 20 per cent cheaper than thoy
will bo in the fall because all goods must be cleared from the shelves in order to
make room for incoming stoek Yon will need blankets just the same as you wilt
need coal and you cannot purchase blankets later at anything like the prices they
are offered at this big sale
These Blankets Give You A Real Opportunity To
Save Money
Remember they are beautiful blankets of enduring quality purchased advan
tageously and offered at prices that will warrant the buying of several pairs
Wise shoppers will appreciate this great summers end sale of blankets
Wool Plaid Blankets
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105 pairs of Wool Plaid Blankets full double bed size good weight in com
binations of blue and white black and white tan and white grey and white and
pink and white regular 1200 values for 990
125 pairs of Plaid Wool Blankets size 72x82 full weight all colors in two
inch block patterns regular 1500 values for 1050 pair
98 pairs of All Wool Plaid Blankets good weight full sizes all colois regu
larly 2000 for 1500 pair
100 pairs of All Wool Plaid Blankets mkc 72S2 all colors regularly 2500
for 1850 pair
Nashua Woolnap Blankets
125 pair of Nashua Woolnap Plaid Blankets size fifixSO all colors regular
ly 850 for 550 pair
30 pahv of Woolnap Plaid Blankets ize liOxSO all colors regular 750
valuse for 450
Plaid Woolnap llankeK 54 xSO extra heavy urey or bine regular GOO
value for 398
100 pairs of Nashua Woolnap Blanket- in srrey only size 04x76 regular
700 values for 490 yair
o0 pairs of Plain Tan Woolnap Blanket- with pink or blue borders sizes
00x80 good weight regular i7 values for 450
Cotton Blankets
100 pairs of Grey Cotton Blankets with pink orblue borders full size good
weight regularly 400 for 298 pair
500 pairs of Grey Cotton Blankets with blue or black borders full size and
weights regular 450 values for 350
100 pairs of Grey or Tan Cotton Blankets with pink or blue borders full
size regular 500 values for 398
Two In One Plaid Blankets
In pretty blue and white cheeks size 0xS4 This blanket will wash better
and be warmer as well as hit longer than any pair of blankets of the same
weight They are more on the order ol a Beacon blanket or comfort and be
cause of their attractive appearance are freuentl used for an outer covering
It is really a pair of blankets woven into one and in general appearance resemb
les a robe Sale rice 500
Crib Blankets
500 Crib Blanket- that can be u eil for a bed or carriage in blue
and pink with pattern- rcgulnrh 125 fur 98c
One lot of pink and hlue Crib Blanket- regular and good weight 100
values for 69c each
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charm of paneled interiors so easily ob
tained in any room by using Cornell-Wood-Board
instead oflathandplaster
Come in and see the finished effects that
you can reproduce in your home store
office factory or garage with Cornell
32 or Cornell 48 widths Cornell is
everywhere admired because of its
handsome Oatmeal Finish not found
in other wallboards
And Cornells Triple Sizing process
gives triple protection againstmoisture
expansion and contraction
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modeling and repairing because there is nothing right to the joists and studding or over damaged
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Mrs W E Rose is nible to be out
after an Illness of several Jays
Dale Pay nnd family formerly of
Canfield now re side In Lima O
Mr and iMrs C R Nler spent last
Sunday with relatives In Warren
Mrs J II Warrick Is visiting rela
tives In Elkton Coumbiana county
Tod Beatty of Youngstown spent
Wednesday -with Canfield relatives
Mr and Mrs I I1 Rett spent last
Sunday at Ell Goodmans In Dublin
Mrs D E Stubb of Youngstown
spent Wednesday with friends In this
place
R J Delfs nnd family are enjoying
an outing of two weeks at
Mr and Mrs Walter Scott spent
several days this week with friends in
Youngstown
Miss Doris Dickson of Brownsville
Ind Is hero visiting at the home of
W J Dickson
Robert Taylor of Austlntown spent
a few hours in the village last Satur
day afternoon
Clyde Hardgrove has returned from
his vacation spent with relatives in
Carroll county
August Poehls called here by the
death of his father returned home to
Akron on Monday
Edna Rolllnson of Marietta is here
visiting her uncle nnd aunt Mr and
iMrs W E Smith
Mrs Supply of WllkesBarrc Pa is
111 at the home of her son Albert Sup
ply east of the village
Mr and iMrs Charles Credlco and
son Eddie visited In Cleveland from
Friday until Sunday evening
iMrs A C Yengllng and daughter
Grethen of Salem spent Wednesday
evening with Canfield friends
Mr and Mrs P L Cogsll of Cleve
land are guests of Mr and Mrs Tames
Williams on West Main street
State Representative Edward Dona
hay of Youngstown spent a short time
In the village Tuesday evening
Charles Conk spent last Sunday with
his brother Harry In Cleveland and
on Monday returned to Warren
Mr and Mrs Ralph Fowler returned
home Wednesday from an automobile
trip in New York state and Canada
Attorney Horace Smith of Youngs
town was here Thursday In the Inter
est of his candidacy for probate judge
Mrs Claude Dlack ot Conncaut is
the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs
P lA Deardsley on West Main street
Mrs E C DIehl and son Paul re
turned home Wednesday morning from
an automobile trip to New York state
Mr Alfred Blott and family and Mrs
iMusser and daughter visited relatives
in Ellsworth and Berlin Center Sun
day
Dr and Mrs C II Campbell return
ed home last Frldny night from Chau
tauqua N Y where they spent ten
days
Mr and Mrs Will Bryson and son
Vern of Youngstown visited here last
Friday evening with Mr and Mrs W
E Rose
Judge and Mrs Herman Brandnilller
of Youngstown were in the village on
Wednesday evening calling on friends
and acquaintances
E E Warner of Lisbon for many
years employed as a brakeman on tho
Niles Lisbon passenger train was
in town Wednesday
Miss Nettie Doll went to Alliance on
Tuesday evening to visit friends Be
fore returning she will spend some
time in East Pilestine
Mr and Mrs Walter Shlnn nnd three
children or Cincinnati on Tuesday con
cludede a visit of several days with
Charles Yoxtheimer and famll
Mrs RaymonJ Stanley and two chil
dren of Buffalo N Y last Friday con
cludede a visit with Canfield relatives
and went to Cleveland for a short stay
William Moore a railway postal
clerk residing in Alliance was In Can-
field last Saturday afternoon shaking
hands with oli friends and acquaint
ances
Mr and Mis S B Pirshall and
their guests Jr and Mrs W J Pow
ell and Spenzer Powell of Cleveland
spent Tuesday at the home of Myron
Wehr in Youngstown
J R Fovler on Tuesday evening
concluded t weeks visit hero with
relatives aid returned home to Mil
waukee Ws His wife and daughter
will remain several weeks
Prospcutng Attorney H II Hull and
Attorney J Paul Huxley of Youngs
town were in Canfield Wednesday af
ternoon iXr Hull Is a candidate to
succeed hlnself as prosecutor
Mrs Mao Patton of Colorado who
has been Ohio relatives for
several nioitlis spent last Friday here
at the hone of W E Rose She left
on Tuesda for her home in the west
Mr and ilrs G D Smith of Youngs
town are a the home of Mr and Mrs
M Lee on 5ait Main street Mr Smith
lias been ii Florida for several months
and drove aere In his car from Balti
more
Floyd Illckbum and family of War
ren visitec here last Sunday Mn
Blackburn md daughter Rutheda re
mained totpend a week with the for
mers parnts Mr and Mrs W E
Hake
Rev ant Mrs Charles Porter and
daughter oMt Jackson Pa and Miss
Jessie Ha of Cleveland motored to
Canfield orMonday afternoon and vis
ited at thehomes of P T Jones and
W E Rosi
Mr and Mrs Silvio Ruscltto Mr
and Mra jBeph WllklnB Mr and
Mrs It II Byerly Mrs J w John
ston and GN Boughton attended ser
vices at tl Presbyterian church at
East Paleshe last Sunday
Ben Jenlns of Youngstown candi
date for thi republican nomination for
sheriff waiin Canfield Tuesday after
noon iMr Jenkins was a candidate
some yearsago and came very close
to winning He thinks his chances
are better aw
Mrs L ti Hartman and daughter
Dorothy w on Friday conclude a
viblt of ievral weeks in Canfield and
vicinity umreturn home to Hancock
N Y The will be accompanied by
Mibs Jvucy lartman of Youngstown
who has bei in poor health for some
T9tPSt fitAA In TlitTtlnn fans or
I Morris Dru Store
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Mo pent lila health tn set his wealth
Arid then ttltli mlKlit nnd mnln
lit liirncil ntoiitiil nnd spent Ills wealth
To B t his licillli nstnln
SOMETHING ABOUT SOUPS
In a ltirnl mil begin the din
ner iiml the dWic fnllnUlng nre uli
1 l j
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M
otnntlnl the soup
should be clPiir
lllil and hot lui
nnt necespnrHv
nutritious Put li
meals where t
simp l to form
the 11111I11 dish ol
t h i f a in 1 1 y It
should be nutrition In Humidor
To niiiKc stofls use Ixiium left from
MiMks rousts nnd imiiltrj or the liquor
In which llioy Iimvo heen holled keep
in the lev vUv I hey uiny lie nddeil
to from day to iluv The linnei sbonlil
lip crarkwl so tlmt nil the nuirrou tuny
lie dlssohcil Uomt the boms nnd
Miiy iiHiit with cold water nnd slmiuci
uenlly for eernl hours Sklin nnd nt
the end of the thltd hour mid any
Itiivnriims such sis bCilis any of the
onion famllv cloves carrot turnip
celery tops Im lonu s nnd ti teaspoon
fill of peppercorns to ouch four quiirl
of soup The delicate lnor of smui
Is ruined If It is liolleil us the olailli
oil and other llnvors pns olT tn t 4
air The stock ix strained at the tt
of four hours and set away in cool si
that the surplus fat cnu lie easily re
moved To clnrlfj slock allow one
egg while with the shell for each
quart of stock Crush the shell and
heat It with a til r I til spick and
the egg white until well mixed Add
to the stuck lust brought to the boil
ing point and then siratu through
Iheeseelolh wrung out of cold water
In Mlintner stock will keep better with
no vogttl1o tlnvnrngs added
Concommc -Take it shin of beef nnt
a shin of venl wipe Ith dump dulli
Cut all moit from hu bones In
iI tic itiltl one lo pimnful of turn
tuel or a tciMitHiuful of sugur ti
lirown then athl half n cupful ol
chopped hiitnn anil the same tpinmlt
of wiiei tno II w inlnilles then a ii
he bones v cli huve heen wcl
cracked the i 011 and cove wMi llw
quarts uf cold uiter Let shiiiii r ant
follow ihe iihiiw directions and linM
n Ihe siium way
Kltler ieiiis or peas make a 1110M
iiilrlCous simp Cook the vegetables
until ii soft wlih an onion Put
iheiii throtili it sieve and hind vvlh
tlour and Imiier cooked toirolher Ath
mil nnd serve well seasoned ind hoi
Trie
KITCHEN
CABINET
In a liirse part Insubordination
of servants irlxcs from the Krovvlnv
lenae of unwlllltiKiiosa to he directed
and ROVerned by thu Individual It la
the spirit of the nge which rebels
apalnst the dictates of the Individual
but HUlimlts freely to the despotism ot
an organization
SEASONABLE DISHES
When fresh fruits are plentiful one
need not nk what to huve for dessert
for there Is mull
lug more iicceptu
hlo than 11 tllsh
of fresh berries
nr fruit of any
kind They am
more wholesome
than rich pnstrv
and 11 udd I
For variety one may like to try
Strawberry Fluff Put one og
white one cupful of powdered mij ii
nnd one cupful of strawberries Into a
deep howl Whip with a tlover ega
heater until the mlvtiiie Is Miff
enough tn Mnwl up and keep lls Mmpe
It will take uliiHit twenty minutes
heating Serve m sherhet cups with a
thin cusiniil toi a saiire
Scalopcd Celery Cook two cup
fills oi celery In water to cover until
tender Save one cupful of the stock
mill to It out cupful of milk Melt
two inlilospooiifuls of butter ntld two
ot Hour nnil when well mixed athl the
milk and stock Cook until Miiooth
mil thick sciihiii well with Hall 11 ml
pepper then athl the cooked celery
mill one luilf cuplul of cheese Ilno
11 buttered luikluu tllsh with bullereil
bread crumbs pour in the celery nnil
sauce and cover with crumbs The
dish may be prepared in liiyer of eel
rv cheese ami sauce If pieferretl
Nut Timbals Melt two tablespoon
fills of butter athl 01m cupful of soft
bread crumbs and thiee quarters of a
cupful of milk cool until smooth Athl
one cupful of nut meats one table
poonful of minced parsley and two
tHgs well beaten Seiitsou with salt
nnil pepper Fill buttered Individual
molds two thirds full set la a pun of
hot water antl bule 20 minutes cov
ered with a buttered paper
Chicken a la Relne Melt four
uibltsjioonfuls of butler add three
tHblespoonfulH of flour mill when well
blended add three cupfuls of milk stb
anil cnol slowly then athl two cupfuli
nf diced chicken one half cupful ot
mushroom tine cupful of iispniiiu
tips one fourth cupful of plmentoe
minced one letispoonful of salt 11 tlusl
of mustard uud paprika Keep ho
over hot water until ready to serve
Your Fordson Tractor Plow ana
Harrow Is at Fowlers Ford Garaae
Canfield Now Ii the time when It will
be decidedly advantageous to possess
this tine labor saving equipment
call and let us talk to you further
about this matter
Any burglar -will tell you that a sate
robbery Isnt alwavn fo a it
bounds
There la many a -woman who when
given her caolce always chews the
rag
Patronize Dispatch advertisers
Political Advertisement
Youngstown O July 28 1920
Mr Charles Fowler
The Mahoning Dispatch
Canfield Ohio
iMy Dear Fowler Will you kindly
call attention to your readers that I
am a candidate for Judge of the Com
mon Pleas Court of Mahoning county
You know a fourth Judge is to be elect
ed this fall The election is to be non
partisan therefore my name will not
appear on any ticket in the primaries
August 10 1920 but will be on the
separate non partisan ballot Novem
ber 2 1920
iMy parents settled in Youngstown in
the early seventies and I attended the
Youngstown public schools and Rayen
high Bchool Later graduated from
Harvard College and the Harvard Law
School Was admitted to the Bar of
Ohio and shortly thereafter was elect
ed Judge ot the Criminal Court of
Youngstown The Municipal Court
was later created for the city nnd I
have been Presiding Judge ot the
same having been twice elected The
Municipal Caurt in Its civil branch baa
jurisdiction to the amount of 100000
and also certain equity jurisdiction so
that In many respects it resembles the
Court of Common Pleas
Soon after my admission to the Bar
of Ohio I married iMLs Maude Miller
She wns the daughter of your old
friend j 1 Rart Miller formerly
mayor of Youngstown We have four
children Herman 3rd Barclay Maude
Janet and Pauline
I feel that I have the experience
training and qualification for this now
office Will you be so good as to re
quest your friends on the farms to give
me and my good wife a few minutes
of their valuable time as we passl
among them from now until election
day
Thanking you and wishing you and
your prosperous Mahoning Dispatch
still more good fortune I am
Yours very sincerely
HERMAN BRANDMILLER JR
Candidate for Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas on non partisan ticket
November 2 1920
PUBLIC SALE
Having dissolved partnership the
undersigned will offer ifor sale at Pub
lic Auction on the C J Roller farm
one mile east or GRKENFORD O
ON SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1920
Commencing at 10 oclock A M tho
following property to wlt
Two Horses
15 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 12 milch cows 3 of
them pure bred Jerseys and 9 grade
Holstelns 2 grade Holsteln heifers 1
pure bred Holsteln bull Cows are
due to calve in fall and winter
12 Berkshire Hogs
Consisting of 2 boars 4 shoats C
pigs 10 weeks old
35 White Leghorn Hens
Two 2 horse wagons handy wagon
covered wagon 2 buggies one with
rubber tiros grain drill lime drill
binder land roller manure spreader
2 plows cultivator harrow 4 h p gas
engine duplex feed grinder buzz saw
2 belts fodder cutter fence stretcher
corn sheller set double work harness
2 sets light single harness grindstone
2 copper kettles 3 Iron kettles hoist
ing pulleys sausage grinder lard
press six 10 gallon milk cans new
Ideal milk cooler milk strainer 50
gallons vinegar Hover brooder stove
1000 lb platform scales and many
other articles not mentioned
TERMS A credit of G months will
be given on sums over 10 by giving
Ibanknblo note 2 per cent discount for
cash
O J ROLLER
J H DETWILER
J U Walter Auctioneer
Free Lunch tat Noon
PUBLIC SALE
The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction at her residence on Court
Street CANFIELD OHIO
ON SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1920
Commencing at 1 oclock P iM a
lot of
Household Goods
Consisting in part ot 3 bedsteads
3 stoves 4 tables sewing machine
writing desk magazine stand 2 couch
es 12 chairs 3 rockers carpets mat
ting tubs wringer dishes kitchen
utensils fruit jars crocks lamps
cushions pictures garden tools lad
ders lawn swing 30 gallon oil tank
brass and iron kettles 3 tanned sheep
skins 2 lined bear fur robes and many
other articles
Terms made known on day of sale
Real Estate for Sale
At the same time and place unless
sooner sold will roe offered 1V6 acres
of land on which there is a 7 room
house fine large cellar large garden
all kinds of fruit trees etc making it
most desirable
HBNRIETTE POEHLS
For Sale
Cider mill located 3 miles
miili of ustintown This mill
is fully equipped with boiler
engine press evaporator and
apple butter cooker all in
good condition and will be
sold cheap
J A EBERHART
110 N Evanston Ave
Youngstown 0
Auto 3745
RAJAH GASOLINE
A high test gasoline at a low test
price Fowlers Ford Garage Canfield
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CLASSIFIED
Advertising
Two Insertions
25 words or less 25c
Minimum Charge 25 cents
THE DISPATCH J
t Ohio State Phone 4a
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For Sale
Fresh Jersey cow E R Lynn R
D 2 Canfield phone C on 52 16 b
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Holsteln cow coming fresh soon
Mrs C J Herbert Canfield R D
1 16 b
Two lawn mowers one small Bize
and a largo size Philadelphia Phono
169 U tf
Steel hay rako in good condition
M H Messcrly Corneraburg Canfield
Tl D 1 16 b
Twenty 20 gallons of maple syrup
R M Wallace Canfield O nnono
LYuto 149 17 0
Metal suitable for babbiting etc In
handy 3 lb bars at reduced price
Dispatch phono 48
Shetland ponies for sale or exchango
for Liberty Bonds W W Hendricks
R 1 Canfield Phono 5 on 59 6 tiZ
Set Goodyear non skid tires remor
ed from new Ford car A bargain
R D iFowlcr phono 183 11 tC
Eight No 1 registered heifers Ave
of which are bred Roy Williams
Canfield Jackson phono 3 on 32 16 b
12 barrels ot lubricating oil Used
for farming Implements Price Is
right Seo Wallace Canfield O Auto
phone 149 17 0
Having two automobiles I desire to
offer at a sacrifice a Chevrolet touring
car in tho pink of condition Bumper
new rubber all around spotlight trunk
carrier etc R M Wallace Canfield
O phone 149 17 c
Cider mill located on tho Franli
fYirll farm MM la 4ti
A l shape evaporators and complete
ouim except power aiso large neaung
stove IFrank Oorll R 2 Canfield
Ohio State phone 83034 13 t
Studebaker wagons and buggiea
team and buggy harness nuto Urea
and tubes Ford curtains and backs
auto tops recovered harness and Bhoea
repaired rubber carriage tires applied
Two good second hand buggies J W
Johnston Canfield O Phono 81 44 tf
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Three finer Jersey heifers out ot
Hallocks Noble Poet and cows wlthi
test record of over 8000 pounds of
milk and from over 300 to 460 pounds
butter fat last year Also two good
Jersey ibull calves out of Hallocks
Noble Poet andcowa wlth register or
merit record Como and see them or
write O C H C Reed Canfield
Phone 21 13 tf
60 acro farm situated on tho Austin
town and Canfield improved road good
8 room house furnace double two
story garage bank barn chicken
house running spring water good well
and cistern nbout 200 fruit trees
2000 -worth of timber 8 acres of
oats one acre sweet corn 8 acres feed
corn one acre potatoes about 14 tons
hay 3 good horses 3 milk cows 3
heifers 6 pigs 100 chickens all farm
Implements about one year old This
Is a good farm handy to Youngstown
markets and will sell cheap if sold by
August 1 Can arrange terms S L
Mulllneaux 41 W La Clede Ave
Youngstown O Dell Main 4521 Auto
83837 17 a x
Wanted
Hickory ash oak and maple logs
Canfield Mfg Nov Co Canfield O
Phoncr 30 13ip 2
Nice clean newspapers hlghast cipib
price No magazines Altlmo Culture
Co Canfield phone 38 16 d
Reliable couple for suburban home
Wife to do general housework man
to take care of gardening automobile
and outside work Apply to C J
Strouss Tho Strouss HJraberg Co
Youngstown O 16 b
Lost
Strayed or stolen black mule
weighing about 1100 pounds Notify
P vM Crosier 206 Halls Court
Youngstown Dell Fed 150 J 17 b
Friday oyenlng July 16 on Canfield
Greenford road near the railroad
tracks at Canfield drive shaft for a
Nash truck Liberal reward J D
Darnes Salem O Dell phone 269 W
Auto 2 on 50 16 b
On road between Berlin Center and
Ellsworth a black velvet handbag con
taining a ladles gold watch and a
small sum of money Reward if re
turned to Forest Hammond Ellsworth
O Berlin Center phone 3 on 43 17 b
Having had 47 years experience
all I have to say Is before you adver
tise your public sale I would like to
contract with you and chow you that
I can deliver the goods You have
done more than a little to help maka
me Thanks
COL 8 B PAR8HAL
Th Auctioneer Canfield O
RUBBER STAMPS
of Every Description
THE MAHONING DWPATCH
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