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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, July 30, 1920, Image 4

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Political Advertisement
My Examination of your eyei it en
tirely different from all others in
Youngttown The people who know
thil are thoie who have tried others
without tuccex When your eyes go
wrong I will be pleased to consult
with you I use no drugs or poisons
Dr Fred B Rebman
NEUROLOGIST
22 Years In Youngstown
402 Stambaugh Building
Both Phones Central Square
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Probate Court
Mary Armstrong and Thomas Arm
strong minors who reside at Clear
field Clearfield county In the State of
Pennsylvania will take notice that
Bridget A Armstrong administratrix
of the estate of William H Armstrong
deceased on the day of July 1920
filed her petition In the Probate Court
of Mahoning county Ohio alleging
that the personal estate of said deced
ent was Insufficient to pay his debts
and the charges of administering his
estate that he died seized Jn fee
simple of an undivided one half Inter
est In the following described real
estate to wlt
Situated in the township of Poland
county of iMahoning and state of Ohio
and being known as lot number slxt
nine 69 In the Arthur M Lvon plat
in said township of Poland county of
Mahoning and state of Ohio
That Bridget A Armstrong the
widow of said decedent i entitled to
dower in said real estate The prayer
of the petition is that that dower of
said Bridget A Armstrong In said
premises nin be nsslgned to her that
Mary and Thoniii Armstrong are here
by notified that they have been made
pnrty defentdants to the said action
and that they are required to answer
the same on or before the llth day of
September 1920
nitlDGET A ARMSTRONG
Administratrix of the estate of Wil
liam H Armstrong deceased 17 C
ADMINISTRATRIXS NOTICE
Pocket 25 Page 108
Notice is hereby given that Ldia
A Fink Youngstown O has been ap
pointed and Qualified administratrix
of the esatte of Man- E Koenrelch
late of Beaver township Mahoning
county deceased by the Probate Court
of said county All persons Interested
will govern themselves accordingly
JOHN TV DA VIS
Probata Judee of Mahoning County Ohio
May 21 1920 17 3
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Docket 25 Page 201
Notice is hereby given that Emma
Miller Canfleld 0 has been appoint
ed and qualified executrix of the last
will and testament of Henry 1 Miller
late of Canfleld township Mahoning
county Ohio deceased bv the Probate
Court of said county AH persons in
terested will govern themselves ac
cordingly
JOHN W DAVIS
Probate Judge of Mahoning County O
July 14 1920 17 3
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Docket 25 Page 176
Notice Is hereby given that Clara A
Walker Poland O has been appoint
ed and qualified executrix of the last
will and testament of the estate of
Almira P Weikart late of Toland
township Mahoning county Ohio de
ceased by the Proibate Court of said
county All persons interested will
govern themselves accordingly
JOHN W DAVI3
Probate Turtee of Mahoning County Ohln
Jul 9 1920 17 3
ADMINISTRATRIXS NOTICE
Docket 25 Page 202
Notice is hereby given that Nancy
J Conway Struthers O has been ap
pointed and qualified administratrix
of the estate of Patrick J Whalen
late of Poland township Mahoning
county Ohio deceased by the Probate
Court of said county All persons in
terested will govern themselves ac
cordingly
JOHN W DAVIS
Probate Juds of Mahoning Couhty Ohio
July 15 1920 17 3
NEW LOCATION OF
G W Dunn
CHIROPRACTOR
14 ELLSWORTH AVE
SALEM OHIO
Opposite Stark Electric Depot
at 261 McKinley Avenue
T iVJggygg
IUSSCAT AND THE BOOK
ltSSCAT wns roniriing over
MRS
the house one dny with her two
kittens ulicn nil the family were out
when she happened to find n picture
book
Now why should I not teach my
children from a book Just ns people
do she thought Mere nre A B
08 and plenty of pictures of cats
too
So she called her children to her
and began their first lesson but the
kittens did not wish to learn their
A B Cs They wanted to look at
the pictures
First there wns n picture of two
kittens drawing nnother la a basket
llitljL3ygJfe
Oh let us pluy like thatl mowed
the kittens Tom nnd Tim
I want to drive mewed Tom
No I want to drive mewed Tim
and use a whip like the kitten in
tho picture
Quickly Mrs Iusscat turned the
page nnd showed another picture to
quiet them
This picture showed five kittens on
a fence snowballing a big blnck cat
who wns nil dressed up and Tom and
Tim began to laugh Well do that
to old Black Tom the first snow that
comes said Tom
No you must not be bad kittens
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1 Rann dom Reels
By HOWARD LRANN
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offices
TO FIELDS
AND -BROOKS
AND -TREES
Ji
IjEONIDAS
LKONIDAS was a Spartan hero who
earned a large bronze monument
by holding tlio pass of Tlienuopjlae
with 300 men and a shoestring
Sparta wns a muiiII Irritable coun
try about the size of a Florida town
site but It wns nexer stepped on with
any success The inhabitants lived
on cayenne pepper nnd red beefstenk
and practiced shooting at a mark eight
hours a day One time Xerxes king
of Persia decided to annex Sparta
nnd after rounding up a ncnt little
army of 2000000 men he headed for
the Grecian archipelago which was
nbout In the Mime place It Is now
Xerxes did not get fur before he
ran Into the puss of Thciinopjlue
which wns n shoit cut hwttecn the
mountnlns wide cough to nllow two
I JL x StajCC SaniVtma
I alsSlrfc XERXtS VOU OlC
I Sly KtfSi fTfff TiT fOMcTm
Defying the Persian Army In Some of
the Rudest Greek Adjectives Ever
Used
thin men to pass without being tele
scoped Here Xerxes found Leonidaa
druwn up In battle array defying
the whole Persian army In some of
the rudest Greek adjectives ever used
Xerxes took the affair as a Joke un
til Ieonldas had spitted a few thou
sand Persian husbands on his trusty
sword when he decided to surround
Leonldns When the Spartan hero
discovered this he delivered an elo
quent nddress to his men and charged
the entire Persian army which Oiled
him so full of arrows that he had to
be pin feathered before being removed
to the family residence
Leonldas name nt once became a
household word and autographs and
kodak pictures of the deceased were
eagerly sought after Ills death
aroused so much Indignation that the
Spartans rose up und threw Xerxes
across the Hellespont with chagrin
written all over his profile Leonldas
did not die In vain as he had fur
ulslied the Impassioned high school
graduate with some of the most livid
eloquence and weird rhetoric ever un
corked from on opera house stage
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And draws us
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said their mother quickly turning to
another picture
But why Is the picture there If it
Is bad asked Tim
Poor Mrs Pusscnt did not know so
she showed them the next picture of
a little kitten being taken Into the
water to bathe by its mother
Oh oh mewed both Tom nnd Tim
thnt Isnt true either Is It mother
Now Mrs Pusscnt did not like the
water and she could not think nny
Mother Cat would do such n terrible
thing so she turned over to another
picture but this time tho picture was
that of five naughty little kittens sit
ting at n table
Ono wns crying nnother was pulling
tho clotli to get something It wanted
Instead of asking for It as a well-behaved
kitten should
Another spilled the cream and an
other was eating too fast and spilling
the food from Its spoon white another
put its foot on the table
Tim and Tom begnn to laugh and
their motlier told them those littlo
kittens were nil very bad and sho
hoped their mother put them all In
bed without their supper
But what are books good for If all
the pictures are not true nsked Tim
In despair Mrs Iusscat turned to
tho last picture hoping that would bo
one of a well behaved cnt
It was called the Inzy Pussy and
there sat a big kitty with mice run
ning over her back and a bird perched
on her head while two little mice held
up her long tall
Mrs Pusscnt stared and then sho
tlosed the book with n bang There
Is nothing true In books sho told tho
kittens Vnu come with mo out to
the barn nnd learn to cntch mice
I should like to know she said to
herself who could hnvo mnde thoso
silly pictures There were never kit
tens or cats like those in that book I
know I would he nsluuned to bo a cat
If there were
CopyrlKhU
os
Be There
By GEORCE MATTHEW ADAM3
MARTYN In his biography
CARLOS
of Wendell Phillips said thl3 It
Is not enough to be ready to go where
duty calls a man 6hould stand around
where he can hear the call
Be There
A few jears ago nt a great Ameri
can political convention one of those
mysterious moments arrived In which
a great outburst broke In enthusiasm
for one num But the man was Not
There nt Hint moment he was enter
taining friends In one of tho citys
hotels Before he could be reached
a comparatively unknown man was
en 1 led upon nnd through the magnet
ism of the moment he wns Inspired
Into one of the greatest efforts of his
life und It swept him Into the United
States sennt e where he has proved
himself one of the great leaders of
the country
Be There
When you make an appointment
Be There When you agree to do a
certain task Be There If you are
looking toward mi Opportunity Be
There when the Opportunity comes
your way The Lenders In the busi
ness world nnd In every other sphere
of activity nre constantly alert for
men nnd women who can measure up
to Chances that they hold In the hol
low of their hands You whoever you
are and wherever you work If you
are conforming constantly to your
Ideals of the best you need hnve no
fear but that at the proper moment
you will he the one who Is There
Be There
Jut Folks
By EDGAR A GUEST
AT THE END OF THE WEEK
When I have paid for what I owe
The grocer nnd the coal man too
The boy who shovels off the snow
And given the milkman what Is due
When I have paid the monthly rent
And squared the plumber for his
pains
I And Unit all I have Is spent
I cant go wrong on what remains
Let folly beckon as she will
I tread the horizontal line
When I have paid my tailors bill
I am not apt to purchase wine
When I bne paid for hats and shoes
The tempter hut to hike along
I am no customer for booze
On what Is left I cant go wrong
I never get my Angers burned
By mining stocks that quickly fall
The Job with which Im most con
cerned
Is buying clothes for children small
I hear men talk of surplus dough
But none of It Ive e er had
When I have paid up what I owe
If I break even I am glud
Copyright by Edgar A Quest
O
Wnat Saving Meant
1 Conservation and thrift extended to
the little things makes amazing totals
In big undertakings In 1010 the Bal
timore Ohio railroad used one scoop
ful of coal less for one and a half bil
lion times and the result was that the
great roads coal bill was 1170294
less than for the surae work In 1018
O
Ingenious Women In New York
New York women have patented
more Inventions than the women of
nny other state
Try Tlie Dispatch for that next For quick action Dispatch Ctast
order of Job work fled advertising
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TRfci MAHONING DISPATCH FttlDA Y JULY 30 1920
Ei S u i i M I i I i P V LLUiUlllfMIIIMMIl I M i i i t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I n 1 1 i I m n
T ED MILLIKIN
Announces his candidacy
for the
Democratic lionmmtioon
for
Sheriff
Your consideration solicited
REBMAN
Has No Competition
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i i w kwa --e- - - i
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Select your WfM ao
cording to tho road
they havo to travel
In sandy or hilly coun
try wherever the going
Is apt to be heavy Tho
U S Nobby
For ordinary country
road The U S Chain
orUsco
For front wheels
The U S Plain
For best results
oreryrrhoro US Royal
Cords
PHONE 130
THE COUNTRY GIRL
As we the Sacred Pages reud nnd turn
There were good mnlds In Bible times
we learn
Who served the Lord and those who
were in need
Who saved whole nations ruled the
kinf indeed
The modern country girls work O
how swettl
Yes for the Musters use it makes her
meet
She rends the Bible goes to Sunday
bdioul
This help her to keep her superiors
rule
And do the work la CiirUtlun house
holds found
And be of service helpful all around
The country girls life isnt monoton
ous
Or dull hut lively and salubrious
Its sunn uirjs shady blest with
flowers
With binging birds with Iucious fruits
and bowers
Lnlike city girls she need not paint her
fuce
Her varied occupations give her grace
She milks and cooks bakes bread und
cakes and pies
She mukiS nt uch dumplings while her
ciougn noes rise
To the dunce und theatre she would not
fc
But where htr Christian graces still
will grow
To virtuous toeiul meetings singings
pure
To church activities her joys are
sure
The country girl keeps house so nice
and clean
She can have pure happiness like any
queen
Trials too sie has God sweetens
them and she is blest
She often thinks of heaven and her
eternal rest
Let the retder find in the Bible
Esther the itatement about u maid
saving u nutioi and ruling the king
Joseph Metier North Lima O
Your Fordson Tractor Plow ana
Harrow is at Fowlers Ford Garage
Canfleld Now Is the time when it will
be decidedly advantageous to possess
thl fin takn mitHH ntllfimnt
call and let us talk to you further
l about this matter
w
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j
hen the train came
in back in l9iO
years ago you might
TEN
have seen one or two
automobiles waiting outside
the station when the weather
was pleasant
Today the square is crowd
ed with them And most of
the cars you generally see
there are moderate price cars
Anybody who tells you that
owners of moderate price
cars are not interested in the
quality of their tires has
never met very many of
them
We come in contact with
the small car owner every
day and we have found that
he is just as much interested
as the big car owner
iiHHHHHHHHMMHn i
OHIO safeguards
the funds of her sav
ings depositors by
tho strictest laws
Your money on de
posit here is never
risked on the outcome
of a commercial en
terprise Every dol
lar is backed by cash
bonds and first mort
gages on homes
5 per cent paid on
Savings Deposits
magg
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Court of Common Pleas Mahon
ing county Ohio
Nlna Congleton Plaintiff vs Lynn
Congleton Defendant
The defendant Lynn Congleton whose
residence and whereabouts are unknown
to plaintiff and cannot with reasonable
diligence be ascertained by her will take
notice that plaintiff has filed her petition
herein case No 43186 praying for
divorce alimony and custody of child
and that Bald cause will be for hearing in
the aboye court on and after August
14 A D 1920
C A Harpman Atty for Pltf 12 6
RAJAH GASOLINE
A hlgh te6t gatolne at a low test
price Fowlers Ford Garage Canfleld
There is one tire at least
that makes no distinction
between small cars and large
cars so far as quality is con
cernedthe U S Tire
Every U S Tire is just
like every other in quality
the best its builders know
how to build
Whatever the siae of your
car the service you get out
of U S Tires is riie same
It isnt the car but the man
who owns the car that sets
the standard to which U S
tires are made
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We feel the same way
about it Thats why we
represent U S Tires in this
community
United States Tires
The Canfield Auto Repair Company
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