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The Big Stock of
BLANKETS
Is Now Ready
North Star Plaid Blankets
Plaid Blankets size 66x80 875 a
pair
Plaid Blankets size 70xS0 1000 a
pair
Plaid Blankets size 72x84 1200 a
pair
COMPLY WITH THE LAW
EQUIP YOUR CAR HEAD LIGHTS WITH AN APPROVED LENS
AND AVOID ANNOYANCE AND POSSIBLEARREST
McKEE LENS
Approved by the Ohio Authorities
Fords Buicks
-- Dodges --
250 to 400
Why take a chance with a home made or painted lens when you can
play It safe with tht beet lens obtainable at so low a price 7
R D FOWLER
CANFIELD
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CHARLES T AQNEW
AUCTIONEER
Write or phone for dates before ad
vertising Residence 716 Oak Hffl
Are Youngstown O Auto phone 6177
Job printing orders carefully and
promptly executed at The Dispatch
office
FOR SALE
Lot Baronial envelopes in
prices
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The Geo L Fordyce Co
Youngstown Ohio August 25 1921
RELIABLE ADVERTISING
Specially Priced North Star Bed Blankets
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 70x82 875 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 70x84 1000 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 70x84 1100 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 72x84 1175 pair
THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1921
27 33 West Federal Street
Some of them are of the lightest downiest construction made of soft fleecy
wool and some of them are of cotton thick firm and heavy bujArarin and
serviceable and in sizes from crib to a big double bed
And we always make it a particular point to tell you whether a blanket is
all wool all cotton or part wool and cotton It is this spirit of standing back
of the hlankets we sell that has made them a standard in this section of the state
Fordyce blankets last for years
Beautiful All Wool Blankets
All Wool Plaid Blankets size 66x80 Wool finish Plaid Blankets size G6x
in shades of blue tan pink and black 80 in broken or even plaids The
sale price 695 pair
Wool Plaid -Blankets size 72x82 in
blue tan pink grey red and black
note the size sale price 794 a pair
All Wool Plaid Blankets size 72x82
in blue tan pink grey and black sale
price 894 a pair
All Wool Plaid Blankets size 70x82
in large block patterns of blue pink
tan brown grey and black An un
usually fine quality made of the best
yarns sale price 1194 a pair
Wool Mixed Plaid Blankets good
ors are blue pink tan grey and black
Sale price 374
Nashua Woolnap Blankets size 66x
80 come in all colors sale price 394
Cotton Plaid Blankets size 64x76 in
blue and white pink and white grey
and white and tan and white sale price
254 a pair
Cotton Blankets in grey or tan size
70x80 have pretty borders sale price
244 a pair
Cotton Blankets in grey or tan size
60x76 and suitable for a single bed
sale price 194
Plaid Blankets size 72x84 1300 a
pair
Plaid Blankets size 72x84 1575 a
pair
laid Blankets size 72x84 1750 a
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 72x84 1550 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 72x84 1750 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 72x84 1850 pair
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders 72x84 2500 pair
Education Inspiration
Entertainment
Youll find them all at
The Ohio State Fair
COLUMBUS
Recognized as
Americas Greatest Agricultural
Exposition
6 Days Aug 29 -- Sept 3 6 Nighli
Good Roads Railroad Rates
12333800 In Premiums
Docket 2G Pago 192
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that Edith
u vvenr it u 2 Youngstown O has
been appointed and qualified executrix
of the last will and testament nf Pnni
H Wehr late of Youngstown Mahon
ing county Ohio deceased by tho Pro
bate Court of said county All persons
interested will govern themselves ac
cording
JOHN W DAVIS
n u
SSaonJVnfS or JIah lns County Ohio
July M 1921 21 3
Docket 20 Page 209
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Mary E
Russell Canfleld O has been appoint
ed and qualified executrix of the last
will and testament of Amos C Russell
Canfleld township Mahoning county
O deceased by the Probate Court of
said county All persons interested
will govern themselves accordingly
JOHN W DAVIS
August SL T Mahnlne CUnty
Docket 2C Page 171
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Mary
Elizabeth Halton Poland O has been
appointed and qualified executrix of
the last will and testament of Napoleon
B Halton late of Poland township
Mahoning county Ohio deceased by
ilie Probate Court of said county All
persons interested will govern them
selves accordingly
laienJVligs of MahonW County Ohio
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Harold Wilson was a Youngstown
visitor Tuesday
Mrs W K Housel Is visiting rela
tives In Cleveland
IA K Osborti and little son Arland
Jr are In New York
Mr and Mrs Homer Lynn were In
Youngstown Monday afternoon
Frank Housel and Robert Balrd
spent Wednesday In Cleveland
Mrs Eliza Houts of Leetonla spent
Thursday with old friends in Canfleld
Frank Morris and family were in
AUlance and Salem last Sunday after
noon
Noah Barrlnger and John Doyle are
at the Kinsman fair with refreshment
stands
Miss Bessie Fullwller Is spending
two weeks in Warren with Mrs Fred
Walters
Docket 26 Page 20G
EXECUTRIXS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Carrie
F Woods Washlngtonville O has
been appointed and qualified executrix
of the last will and testament of Gid
eon G Woods late of firepn Inmihln
County Agricultural Agent H A
Lehman was In the metropolis Monday
afternoon
ro r A frtt rla ntwl enri HnS cnonf
several days this week with relatives
in Lisbon
Monroe Forney Is confined to his
home on Lisbon street suffering with
typhoid fever
Mr and Mrs H I HIne and little
daughter spent the week end with rela
tives in Cleveland
Mrs Jessie Fitch of this place In
company with a Youngstown friend
Is on a trip up the lakes
Tnnk Promlev was home from Cleve
land over Sunday He had with him
his friend Edward Mathlas
Mrs Caroline Crockett returned
home Wednesday evening from a visit
with relatives In Cleveland
J R Dutterer i3 spending a week or
two In Ashtabula working at the car
penter trade with E E Hull
Mr and Mrs W E Rose and Mrs
E E Masslngham were in Youngs
town seeral hours Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Angus Cronick
Stratton Johnston of Buffalo N Y
and J F Johnston of Youngstown
visited here- this week at the home of
E A Arnold b
Miss Doris Helman on Thursday
concluded a visit here with Mls3 Mar
lon Holllster and returned home to
East Palestine
Mrs E C DIehl and son Paul leave
this morning for Oakfleld N Y to
visit vir anu Mrs E J DIehl the lat
ter being in poor health
PeTry Cook or Canfleld and Clyde
Schrum of Austlntown world war
veterans motorpd to Columbus Tues
day to attend the reunion of their regi
ment Wednesday and Thursday
Mrs J A Ewlng went to Masslllon
Thursday morning to see her husband
who Is in the state hospital suffering
from softening of the brain His con
dition is steadily becoming more criti
cal
Mr and Mrs W J Dickson Mrs J
R Taber and Mrs M H LIddle left
Thursday morning by automobile for
Martlnsburg W Va to visit at tio
home of the formers daughter Mrs
Elmer McClave mother of a second
daughter born two weeks since
Learn Much At
The Canfield Fair
A Fair Question
What do you get out of
the
county fair
A view of a fat lady or a big
snake
An opportunity to show your
prowess with a post maul by
ringing a bell at the top of a
tower
A kewple doll or box of candy
from the spinning Jenny and three
shots at a colored boys head with
a baseball
County fairs were established to
promote agriculture and domestic arts
through competition and Instruction
and most of them receive public aid
for that purpose
Concerted efforts are being made by
extension workers of the United
States Department of Agriculture and
I the state agricultural colleges to bring
of legitimate attractions of the county or
Ellsworth township were lnthe neighborhood fair up to the pulling
laEe last Saturday afternoon power of the tent shows and midways
is Improvement along that lino Is
Edward May of Youngstown
liL and domestic ex
brother George on Lisbon street
hlbIllons are resent at every fair and
Noble Robblns wife and little they offer opportunities to farm folk
ter of Nlles spent Monday evening t0 gather valuable ideas
here with Mr and Mrs R D Fowler a you ono of those to be led by a
Lloyd Andrews of Chicago Is spend- brkerJ
i
Just because the trays of plums
inr rmmie nf weeks hero with his
f apples and luscious grapes or full
parent Mr anu airs AS Aiiurews
rjwed ycllow corn cannot get out In
UCfl VI vt xwuvuuu0 MMU iliUlll Ul lilO Will UU C31WUV VUIVV a v
Rose and little son of Ellsworth called I reason you cannot put in a pleasant
at the Dispatch office Wednesday eve- and profitable afternoon with thorn
nlng
Mrs Marietta Chubb Hull of Board
man township spent Thursday here at
the home of her daughter Mrs F P
Lynn
Andrew Harroft of Youngstown spent
Florence
When you go to the Canfleld fair
next month direct your steps first to
the exhibit tents Perhaps you grow
corn You may have exhibits there
At any rate you will And men who have
i specimens of their best product
They are likely to be in the neigh
a couple of days this week with old borjood of their tables waiting for
friends in Canfleld for many years me one lo talk t0 stop and chat
his home wltlj one 0f them Point to a blue-
Reformed church cemetery north of friendships have been established from
the village
J It Fowler left Monday for his
home In Milwaukee Wis after spend
ing a week with Canfield relatives
Mrs Fowler will remain a couple of
weeks longer
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ll t r uuuul vnio deceased by ma anu miss uarjone uauit of
no -on
villi V3 iHil
Docket 26 Page 198
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Clara E
Smith Rosemont O has been ap
pointed and qualified administrator of
the estate of Amos A Smith late of
Ellsworth tOWnshltl Mnhnnlnt rit
with Prof R B Snell and family on
West Main street Rev Wlngart is
pastor of the Orrville Presbyterian
church and a very pleasant gentleman
Mr and MraTtalph Gault of Wash
ington D C G- A R Dickson and
daughter Mary Gracia of Brownsville
the Probate Court of said county All mond Ind on Wednesday concluded
iicisuiis 4ieresieu win govern them
selves accordingly
JOHN W DAVIS
Probate Judge Mahonlne countv niiin
a visit here with w J Dickson and
other relatives
Jay Cook returned home last
rlnv ntflit frnm tVio Vi intra tiMxrn Yinanft
213 al where he underwent an operation
for appendicitis and has since been
getting around just the same as though
nothing had happened
Ray Hull a graduate of the Canfield
high school and his brother both Ells
worth boyB are now engaged in the
wnotesale fruit business in
Ohio deceased by the Probata Ctmrt town ana doing well
They have
of said county All persons Interested merou3 customers in Canfield where
will govern themselves accordingly i tae D08 are weU known
Probate Judge of MahomCou Ohio I IleV J C who was called to
July 19 1921 Austlntown Sunday to preach the
funeral sermon of Mrs Hopklnson
Docket 26 Page 203 spent a few days here with his son
numiNit HATCHS NOTICE uu uuueuier reiurmue uuuie 10 rros
pect on Wednesday He said he
Notice is hereby given that Elmpr p -
n ii inn u bjfthe Probate Court of bum family Mr Greenwood years ago
smaller ueginmngs
Tho prize potato men and the prize
apple men and the prize pumpkin men
will be equally willing to tell you how
ner once and the next season you will
require no urging You probably will
Arthur Holler and wife of be an exhibitor
ana C J Roller and wife of Greenford
and A S Porter and daughter Mary
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fred
Ma or near Dublin
Master Arthur ICroeck of Lowell-
Cattle sheep and swine exhibits
often receive only casual attention
Suppose instead of glancing into the
pens and passing on you start early
I and go through with tho judges Size
up the animals and see how nearly
vllle is visiting his grandparents Mr nnnrRn n th
Efforts to make the county fairs
more Instructive and helpful are bring
ing results One state fair will de
vote J500 to bringing persons from all
Itev and Mrs R D Wlngart and L Parts of the state who excel in various
fmiH nliMilHnn nwv j n 1 t n Anl domestic arts such no butter and
uui viiuuicu uic BIJCUUUIB
a week
as
cheese making knitting and fancy
needlework They will display not
only the finished articles but the
method of making them
Last year at a North Carolina fair one
woman sat in a booth pulling thread
out of silk cotton and woolen fabrics
and burning them one at a time
Thousands of women and men also
learned to tell the composition and
value of cloth and got at least one
idea to take home which was fully
worth the price of admittance
A flat exhibit of all the bolts of silk
cotton and wool fabrics In the world
would not have taught the same valu
able lesson If merely placed on ex
hibtlon
Such a homely thing as the making
of good soap has been neglected in
this country but there is a revival of
interest in it now If the best soap
maker in the county or in the state
should take her material and simple
equipment to the fair and make soap
there the intrest would be enhanced
and the number of soapmakers in
creased
Hot Weather Diseases
Disorders of the bowels are extreme
ly dangerous particularly during the
t nnr rtraavntin rr t na ciimmnF mnnfno
appointed and qualified administrator f T Und in order to protect yourself and
wiii amiexea oi me estate or John C - ioeuwuwu u amily agaill8t a sudden attack get a
i CTc uii A Ul usw town- r rrxr V V bottle of chamberlains cone ana
wuuuuw DCD r uai6a iSf ceased vTn JU ZZ VZ Diarrhoea Remedy It can be depend-
DOiu in iw or A11 per80na r - was a resident of this place He re- ed upon Many
pie of 100 only
office Canfield
DisDatcli themselves accordingly marked on the greatly Improved
Ti iirivr -or Dearanca of the villaee alncn hla last
5a4n Jiuodo8ta MahoQins Count Ohio visit He was able to locate a few of
j my tv ivti 213 tne pe0pie ner 0nce knew so well
have testified to its
Early Astronomical Instruments
The enrllest known astronomical in
struments of German make have re
cently been described by Dr J Hart
man of Gottlngen They belonged to
the philosopher and astronomer Car
dinal Nlkolnus of Cum who lived from
1401 to 1404 nnd comprised a torque
tum for measuring the longitude and
latitude of thp celestial bodies on as
trolabe and two celestial globes A
note hai been found In the cardinals
own handwriting stating that he pur
chased three of these Instruments In
the year 1444 together with 10 nstro
nomlcnl treatises for the sum of 88
florins Doctor Hartmann believes
that at least two of tlio Instruments
were made by one Nlkolnus Hybech of
Erfurt who wns born In 1370 Scien
tific American
Honl 8olL
Morris Gest said at a Chicago recep
tion
These blue law people ore always
finding offense where no offense Is in
tended They remind me of the book
seller
Bishop Trevor of England wrote a
book some time ago called Loose
Stones The book was highly recom
mended to me by a priest According
ly I wrote to my bookseller and ordered
a copy
The bookseller sent me his reply
next day He said he had no copy of
Trevors Loose Stories In stock and
he added that If my taste ran to that
kind of literature I had better patron
ize another bookseller In future
Container for Liquid Oxygen
The Increasing use of liquid oxygen
In llfe suIng respiratory apparatus
alrplutiL and as a mine explosive has
made necessary the development of a
contuUier for It of a stronger more
reliable construction than the vacuum
walled glass bulbs used heretofore
says Popular Mechanics Magazine The
bureau of standards has designed for
this purpose a durable vessel with
out uicuum walls the contents being
protected from heat by u coating of
Insulating material with which the de
vice Is covered
Osborn recently attended a produced it anu tr lie is an orumary cording
corn roast at the Griffith camp near
South avenue Youngstown
Mrs Floyd Blackburn and daughter
Hutheda of Warren are spending a
few days here with the formers par
ents Mr and Mrs W E Hake
Mr and Mrs R L Templln of
human Individual you will see his cye
light up at your interest
Possessed of a listener he will tell
you how he went into tho field the pre
vious year and selected seed ears from
tho finest hills how ho germinated
kernelsMo see it ho had disease free
seod how he selected tho niece of
land were here last Friday to see Mrs ground best adapted to growing corn
Sadie McCartney sister of Mrs Temp- now no preparea mo grouna anu cut
lin
recently stricken with paralysis
Jonas Chrlstman Mr and Mrs Fred
Fries and children and Mrs Irene
Brown of Woodworth spent Sunday
afternoon here with D A Chrlstman
and family
Mrs Levi Raver died last Friday at
her home In Austlntown township and
was burled Sunday afternoon in Zion
tlvated It to produce ears of prize
winning perfection
You probably have Ideas of your
own and in a moment or so there is
likely to be a lively discussion in
which others growers will join Each
will tell of how he raises corn or how
he would like to raise It Possibly
farmers will arrange to exchange
favorite varieties of seed Lifelong
Smashing Proof
Mis Ultieblood brags about her
ancestors but I dont believe they
amounted to much they couldnt
even afford to keep servnnts
How do you know that
Mrs Illuehlood showed mo a set of
dishes that mIiu said had been In the
family for more than a hundred
enrs New York Sun
Home Sweet Home
Does youi wife let you carry
latchkey
Yes replied Mr Meukton the
onl person who Is now likely to keep
mo from going Into uiy front door la
the lundlotd
SPRAY WILL SAVE
CELERY FROM BLIGHT
Celery blight which causes much
loss in tho fall may bo controlled by
O 31 Paulln and family and Miss ribbon ear and ask the man how ho spraying with Bordeaux mixture ac-
to the Ohio experiment sta
tlon Wooster
The spray Is used on new seedlings
before transplanting and afterward as
needed The diseased parts of tho
plant should also bo destroyed Tho
leaves must be well covered with tho
spray In the plant beds If tho best re
sults aro to be secured
Bordeaux mixture may bo made by
dissolving 4 pounds of copper sulphate
G pounds of hydrated lime separately
then mix and make solution to CO gal
lons with water
WHEN TO MEND A ROAD
The method of highway upkeep that
Grant county Washington has adopt
ed might commend itself to other sec
tions of the country as a means of pro
venting more costly repairs For every
ten miles of road there is a patrolman
who like a railway track walker
maintains a constant inspection Ho
is responsible for his niece of road
and keeps it in condition The annual
they did It Spend a day in this man- j coat according to the Federal Depart
ment of Agriculture is 223 a mile
Tho cheapest way to men most things
Is before they get out of order
DEEDS NOT DREAMS
Deeds not dreams are ever
The stepping stones of man
Tis realized endeavor
That bridges now the span
ii ft V S l I You can get a fair idea 6f how to By stretching forth a helping hand
ic - u - wow to Humanity
judge animals for yourself when you
aTiimur urnanv rta in n mninn vin - -
UMU WIVVV wVJ vu u IJIUiUI 141
come to make a purchase and you
Misses Beatrice Arnold and Loie ought to get new Ideas on breeding
Manchester left Thursda morning for and animal husbandry
Follansbee W Va to spend a week I Women of the family can take tho
with Miss Daisy Stratford daughter of same suggestion when they go through
Mr and Mrs Claud Stratford former the domestic arts exhibits New
residents of Canfleld I friendships and new ambitions ought
lesult from conversations over the
rwoc - i 1 i
flr80 Production of a prize loaf of bread or
yn a muvui v u nne nlpnfi if need Ifiwnrk
Indiana He says he found business
much better generally speaking in
the Hoodier state than in northeastern
Ohio at this particular time
Is wisdom that does truly stand
For loves fraternity
The touch stone of all victory
Uplifting civilization
Are deeds promoting harmony
In every relation
Attending mans advancement
To realize tho truth
That growth is the development
That makes a man forsooth
A sympathetic being
That feels the holy thrill
Of love that is a seeing
Man liveth to fulfill
The law upholding nature
The will of God forsooth
By caring for the creature
According to the truth
Tho truth that maketh free today
Is loving kindness sweet
In thought and word and deed alway
Be true to all you meet
For we are passing onward
To an eternal light
Our deeds when they point upward
Surpass the starry height
S J Bush Greenford
ATTENTION FARMERS1
Get your for sale signs for fruit
vegetables etc at Ttie Dispatch office
Job printing orders carefully and
promptly executed at The Dispatch
office
Farm for Sale
One hundred acres 12J2 miles west
of Youngstown A nine room house
bank barn wood house and other
outbuildings House less than J4 mlle
from brick road Orchard running
water always A good fertile farm
Price 9000
R A GAULT
North Jackson Ohio
For Rent
Furnished or unfurnished house
eel B Main St Canfield
iii J J L jmm
i F
CLASSIFIED
Advertising
- One Insertion
25 words or less 25c
10c each additional Insertion
THE -DISPATCH
Ohio State Phone 48 X
A
For 6ale
Enrplre organ and stool 10
No 1
Phone
For Rent or Sale House lot and
garage in Canfleld Phone No 1 20 b
Heavy solid walnut side board with
marble top Call 169 Canfleld 62tt
Metal suitable tor babbiting etc In
handy 3 lb bars at reduced price
Dlbpatch phone 48
11 ewes and 18 lambs medium
wool and good stock Adam Brobst
R D 1 Canfleld O 13 tt
Jacobson 10 h p gasoline engine in
good running order M S Brubaker
R D 1 Columbiana O 21 a
Slightly used Fordson tractor in fine
working order Address X care Dis
patch Canfleld or phone 48 19 tf
Quantity of Strawberry apples on
tree Reasonable price to quick buyer
Mrs E Shlngfleld Canfleld
Coal Largo quantity on platform I
Get your supply now C E Carson
Turner Street Canfleld R D 1 20 tf
11 lnch ensilage cutter complete I
with blower and pipe good as new n
Cheap If sold soon Harvey Dustman U
R D 4 Salem O 20 b
Harley Davldson motorcyclo and SI
roadster sidecar electrically cquIppOLTj
extra accessories flrst class shape
Phone 48 Canfleld 11 tf
1917 Ford touring car in good run
ning order at 125 it sold soon John
Bush Ellsworth Station O
Jackson phone 9 on 32
North1
2U
rcst
mao Ann mn pinr nnaiiTniin
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Closed cud anu uycu tupix as uvu m
flrxt class shano A bargain Ralph D
Fowler Auto 183 Canfleld O BOttJ
fjnrtr 1S tv Tnntnrn for ironftraT
llllti ha Mian vtjvmA nrvfa Tin In
125 h p Tho Warren Armature
Works 22 York St Warren 0 10 xp2S
m aaw U ViImivV lAtAYAun
X wu j UiU uiu umviv uvuvvu vwv
five milk cows Holstelns and Jersoys
m
TVVI
coven pigs 6 weeks old G W Slmp
eon Canfleld O Beaver phone
G7
7 on
12 24 second hand tractor in good
condition very cheap Coler an l
Unamuers wooawonn r J auurrai
Poland o a
Two pure bred Jersey helfera lf
months old iberculln tested AlsoS
fine fat lambs
field n D 1
Roy E Williams Cantly
North Jackson phonfjw
20
3 on 32
United States cream separator lr
excellent condition Stanley Andeif
nnn Aidntnnm vnn1 AtirinrQnn nirf
ma jn I1a net svf AiioMnfAnm T3
11UC VI1U 1UH CrtOV v ajvvwt
O Youncstown O Genl Del 20 b
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Wagons and buggies team and rami
harness collars ana repair straps 1
Second hand stock Spring and fanr
wagon Harness and ehoo ropairwi ii
dono Auto tops covered Rubber tirlntl mi
done J W Johnston canneia o
rxione oi vi
RnRllntrn cutblnc outfit consisting o AJ
Silvers 18 inch cutting box with 4j
ieei oi carrier anu ouu u u i cusmc
1 lr Un thin
All IB fiOOU WUUjUUUi JU31 IUD UMUtg
fnr n Bmnii aiift win Rfiii phean asiif
I have no use for this outfit Inqu
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w li rawKtsii iv v t vwiciu vi
Phone O S 4 on 277 21l
House of eleven rooms and bathP
hot and cold water gas and electricity
hot air furnace 100 bbl cistern antfl
good well of water large nam anc
garage with space for 8 cars younel
bearing peach and apple orchard la
acres of cround Located in center offi
Canfleld Call Canfield Auto 66 lMfl
lift pump with hand and
1 -- M t
power BtlUGJluieuuti yumy juua nnu
connecting arm 1 h p Grey gas or
gasoline engine 5 barrel galvanized
ctool dfnrntrA tflnlr Int US and 1 Inch
pipe and fittings This material Is laB
xair 10 goon oonuiuuu aim una ueon
replaced by electric pressure outfit
Call Auto 48 123 evenings
For Sale
Deming lift pump with hand and
nower attachments pump lack with
connecting arm 1 h p Grey gas orjj
gasoline engine 5 barrel galvanized
steel storage tank lot and 1 inch J
pipe and utjtlngs This material la in j
fair to good condition and has beeaT
replaced by electric pressure outfit J
Call Auto 48 123 evenings
Wanted
To buy your fat and bologna cattle
Brooke Jones Ellsworth O Can
field phone 7 on 68 19 tf
Four high school girls or teachers
to board and room C R Neier phono
19 Canfleld 20 c
100 head 80 to 100 pound shoat3
Call or write W W Hendricks phone
5 on 59 Canfleld 20 b
Miscellaneous
Ladles haye your new fall suit
fitted over a Nu Bone Corset thus
combining style with comfort Seven
reasons why Mrs C H Bers phone
81 21 b
Hare a number of buyers for small
farms located In Mahoning county
list your farms with me and get quick
action Lewis Seaborn 206 7 Dollar
Bank Youngstown Auto 6640 Bell
Federal 999 9 tt
Upholstering Call on u for first
class upholstering draperies cushions
mattresses and box springs also
cabinet making and reflnlshlng slip
covers a specialty Estimates cheer-
c1Mlsfttsyafcxr
fled Advertising
2l h 1042
Auto 75437 Bell
Ft
20 tf
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