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MAKE THIS
YOUR
BUYING
PLACE!
FOR SALE
mowing
H.
McCORMICK DEERING
machine. Excellent condition.
W. Weaver, Summerfield, Ohio.
44 45 46pd
TWO WORK horses, weight 1200
and 1400 pounds. See Muri D.
Thomas, Caldwell Route 2, one mile
west of Hoskinsville church.
44 45 46pd
APRON, STYLED bib-top, in floral
cotton, washable, back tie, size
(’), to be offered for sale on Sat
urday, May 25, at Worl Thompson
Garage, Caldwell. T. M. Ehlermann.
PAIR OF NEW Spectator pumps,
brown and white Size 7i AAA.
See Mrs. Henry Brumbach, 1206
North street, Caldwell. 44c
CABBAGE AND tomato plants. Ira
Pryor, last house on East Bridge
street, Caldwell. 44pd
TWO OVERHEAD chandeliers, one
containing three bulbs and the
other two. Also child’s toilet seat.
Inquire at The Journal.
ONE USED 1000 capacity, 5 deck
electric battery brooder, in good
working condition. Buckey’s Hatch
ery, Caldwell. 44c
ELECTRIC, GAS, oil, coal, and wood
brooders. All sizes of feeders and
fountains. A complete line of poul
try equipment. Buckey’s Hatchery,
Caldwell. 44 45 46c
THREE FRESH cows. H. A. I^ut
zer.heiser, Reinersville, Ohio. 44pd
I WILL OFFER at public auction
on Saturday, May 18, at 1 o’clock
p. m., at my home, located on State
Route 285, two mites east of Cald
well, all my household
brass kettle, and bed
George Ennis, Caldwell
Tom Rossiter, auctioneer.
goods, a
clothing.
Route 6.
44pd
APRON, COTTON floral overall,
fancy in contrast binding, wash
able, pocket, size (?), to be offered
for sate on Saturday. May 25, at
Worl Thompson Garage, Caldwell.
Clarence J. Estadt.
1941 SUPER DeLUXE Ford sedan,
radio, heater, spotlight, new seat
covers. Motor in good condition.
Will trade for cheaper car, prefer
convertable, nothing below 1936.
Don Rutherford, Sarahsville Route 1,
Ohio. 44pd
PHILCO
radio.
Champlin,
PIGS, READY to go, Tuesday,
21. Also one spring cow.
Shriver, near
BATTERY table model
A-l condition. Florence
Ava, Ohio. 44 45 46pd
May
one spring cow. J. S.
Reinersville, Ohio. 44c
ECONOMY CHIEF gas stove. Paul
Miller, Hoskinsville, Ohio.
43 44 45pd.
PIGS, READY to go, FL H. Farson,
Coal Run Route 1, Ohio. 43 44pd
HAY ROPE, 7/8 inch sisal, 8c foot
5/8 inch rope, 3ic foot 1/2 inch
rope, 3c foot. Sunshine Feed Store,
Caldwell, Ohio. 43 44 4»5c
PAPER ROOFING, 45-lb. roll, $1.75
55-lb. roll, $1.94 65-lb. roll, $2.25
brick siding, $3.95 roll brick siding
nails, 15c pound. Supshine Feed
Store, Caldwell, Ohio. 43 44 45c
FOUR BROOD SOWS, bred. Virgil
Moore, Ava, Ohio, R. D. 1.
42 43 44c
POTATOES
GOOD IRISH COBBLERS
FOR SALE—ANY AMOUNT
CLEM SCHAFER
Caldwell Route 4
1940 1i TON COE long-wheel-base
Chevrolet truck, with coal bed and
cattle rack. All in good condition.
I. G. Nichols, Olive Green, Caldwell
R. D. 2. 42 43 44pd
FARMERS For larger
easier, farrowing, and
pigs, use Rex Wheat Germ
drug and feed stores.
GENUINE
Maytag
roils for
machines.
Caldwell.
litters,
stronger
Oil. At
36 to 9c
replacement parts for
Washers. Also wringer
all makes of washing
Brady’s Radio Shop,
29tfc
152 ACRE FARM, one mile north of
Belle Valley. Good tractor land,
20 acres of timber. Good house, two
barns, and other outbuildings. Farm
is well watered. John Morningstar,
Ava, Ohio, R. D. 1. 42 43 44pd.
BRIGGS & STRATTON gasoline
washing machine motor, A-l con
dition. Mrs. Alfred Shilling, Dexter
City, Ohio. Phone 705 22.
42 43 44pd.
right
Ava,
44pd
WHITE GAS RANGE with
hand oven. Pete Minosky,
Ohio. 42 43
FARMERS Treat shy and non
breeding cows with Rex Wheat
Germ Oil. At drug and feed stores.
36 to 9c
DR. SALSBURY’S REN-O-SAL
the new drinking water medicine
that stimulates growth in chicks.
Get it when you buy your chicks.
Sunshine Feed Store, Caldwell, Ohio.
43 44 45c
JOURNAL CLASSIFIED SECTION
FOR RESULTS PHONE 98
NOTICES
3—
CABBAGE AND tomato plants, at
the George Frye farm on Fair
ground road. 43 44 45c
SOYBEANS NOW IN. Place orders
at once. Sunshine Feed Store,
Caldwell, Ohio. 43 44 45c
WE NOW’ have wedding ring sets in
practically all finger sizes. E. E.
Walters, Jeweler. 44 45 46c
MARRIED VETERAN with respon
sible position must locate in Cald
well. Wants home or unfurnished
apartment. No children. Can furnish
references. Telephone 25 2, or
write Postoffice Box B, Pleasant
City, Ohio. 44 45 46pd
STARTING THE WEEK of May 13,
and continuing each week during
the season, the sorrel stallion owned
by A. A. Stevens will visit the fol
lowing communities Sarahsville,
East Union, Fulda, Middleburg,
Caldwell, Dexter City, Road Fork,
and Stafford. Anyone interested in
raising colts call or write A. A.
Stevens, Summerfield, Ohio. Phone
726 13. 44 45 46pd
MAY WE HELP you organize a
management program that will
make you money. We’re an auth
orized Ur- Salsbury Service Station,
with the experience to be of real
aid. Sunshine Feed Store, Caldwell,
Ohio. 43 44 45c
I WILL NOT be responsible for any
debts contracted by any person
other than myself. BROWN SCOTT.
42 43 44 pd.
WE CLEAN toilets and cesspools.
Write Box 212, Cambridge, Ohio.
38 46 pd.
LOCAL AND long distance hauling.
Also Cambridge coal hauled, 22c a
bushel. Curtis King Transfer, Box
269, Caldwell, Ohio. Phone 6323,
Byesville, Ohio. 30 ti
PUBLIC SALES
THURSDAY, MAY 23, beginning at
12:00 o’clock noon, I will offer for
public sate, located in the village of
Olive Green, Ohio, on State Route
78, the real estate and household
goods of Sarah Brown, deceased,
real estate consisting of house and
lot, and other items too numerous to
mention. Terms of sate: Cash. John
Parks, administrator. Colonel Tom
Rossiter, auctioneer. 43 44 45c
HAVING SOLD my farm, I will of
fer for sale the following located
two miles southwest of Salesville,
Ohio, on County Road 80, on
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1946
12:00 o’clock Noon
HEREFORD CATTLE— 15
some
6 one-year
one-year-old
of cows, 8 fresh now,
freshen by day of sale
old Hereford heifers 2
Hereford steers.
head
will
1 gray
OTHER LIVESTOCK
mare, 10 years old, weight 1750 1
black mare, six years old, weight
1550 1 dark gray colt, four years
old, weight 1200 1 sow, and 6 pigs.
FARM MACHINERY (Equipment)
—1 set heavy work harness and
collars 1 grain cradle
cream can
sheller 1
rake
marking out
shovel plow
1 hillside
Burch
rigging
1 disc harrow 1 springtooth harrow
1 wood
mick lb
harness
1 five-gallon
1 corn
1 hay
2 corn
single
1 seed sower
mowing machine
1 riding corn plow
plows one
three shovel plow
a plow, Weired 1 land plow,
1 low wheel wagon 1 hay
1 platform scales, large
1 almost new McCor-
ering grain drill 1 hay ted
sled some household furni
1 heating stove 2 oil stoves
brooder stove 1 slip scraper
and other articles too numerous to
mention.
lure
Terms of sale—Cash.
E. T. MEIGHEN AND SON, Owners
Earl Tom—Auctioneer. 43 44pd
WANTED
SMALL HOUSE or unfurnished
apartment for mother and son,
who is employed in Caldwell. In
quire at The Journal, Caldwell.
44 45pd
A GOOD JERSEY bull, about six
months old. Give price and age.
Emory Carrel, Lowell Route 3, Ohio.
44 45pd
WOMAN TO SERVE as companion.
nice room and lodging. See Mrs.
Charles Nichols, 917 Spruce Street,
Caldwell. 42 43 44c
WE ARE now, at all times, prepared
to remove dead stock promptly.
Phone 57, Buckey’s Feed Store, Cald
well. Reverse the charges. 37 52pd
4—
FOR RENT
THREE ROOM apartment. 516 Cum
berland street, Caldwell.
44 4 46pd
DEAD STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY
—Call—
Caldwell Fertilizer
Phone 78
Reverse Charge?
WANTED TO BUY
A GOOD LOW-WHEEL wagon.
Lowell Swain, one mile south of
Caldwell, U. S. Route 21.
43 44 45pd,
OLD U. S. MONEY. Write J. J.
Macenko, 509 North Miami Ave.,
Cleves, Ohio. 42 47pd.
GOOD PRICES paid for old furni
ture, rope or spool beds, old desks,
chest of drawers, corner cupboards,
old lamps, music boxes, six teg
tables, old China and glassware.
Guns or any old article in wood,
brass, or copper, over 50 years old.
Write. Tell us what you have. We
will call and pay you top cash
prices. Shuster’s, Box 435, Navarre,
Ohio. 42 tfn
Political
Announcements
TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS
OF NOBLE COUNTY—
Although unsuccessful, I
thank all Republicans who
their loyal support in the
44pd
wish to
gave me
primary,
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS—
I want to extend my thanks for
the splendid support given me in the
primary election, which resulted in
my nomination. I also appreciate
the consideration shown by my op
ponents and their fairness in the
campaign.
44pd W. C. TOAD DAVIS.
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
I sincerely appreciate the vote
which I received at the primary
election last week an(j will further
seek your continued support in the
November election.
44pd Candidate for Representative.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the
Noble County and
me their support
election.
THANKS BEST WISHES
To the hundreds of Noble County
voters who supported me for Repre
sentative in the recent primary elec
tion, I want to express my sincere
gratitude. The unfailing loyalty of
my home people those who know
me best and the confidence placed
in me by so many others whom I
had the pleasure of meeting, are
construed by me as a tribute of the
highest order. May the good things
which 1 have been advocating for
our state and county somehow be
brought to pass.
the winning Republican candi
whose many efforts have finally
crowned with success, I extend
heartiest congratulations and
wishes for another victory next
To
date,
been
my
best
November.
Sincerely,
ARCHIE R. MORRISON.
PROBATE NOTICE
APPROVAL AND SETTLEMENT
OF ACCOUNTS
Accounts and vouchers of the follow
ing named persons and estates have
been filed in the Probate Court of
for approval and
named persons
filed in the
Noble County, Ohio,
settlement:
First and final account
Administratrix de bonis
annexed, of the estate of
deceased.
Any person interested may file writ
ten exceptions to said accounts or to
matters pertaining to the execution of
the trust, not less than five days prior
to the date set for hearing.
OTTO POLING, Probate Judge.
Helen Johnson, Deputy Clerk.
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Mary J. Hesson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that A. Hes
son. of 834 Francis Avenue, Columbus.
Ohio, has been duly appointed Executor
e of Mary Hesson, de
of Caldwell, Noble County,
Ohio
ire required to file their
said fiduciary within four
e forever barred.
11th day of May. 1946.
0 1'70 POIJNG.
Probate Judge of said County.
Dated this
44 45 46
Carbola-ddt
INSECT-KILLING AND OERM-KIUJNG
WHHI POWDER PAINT
DON’T LET THOSE CHICKS DIE!
Now is the time to paint and disinfect your
poultry houses, before you put in chicks for the
season, using the old reliable Carbola, which
destroys disease germs such as diphtheria, roup,
cholera, that take so many chicks in untreated
brooders and poultry houses. Stmply mix Carbola
DDT in water and brush or spray on walls and
other surfaces. Dust floors, dropping boards,
nests with dry powder to kill germs and to keep
down ammonia. Rub powder into feathers to
destroy lice. Used by agricultural colleges
h/tcheries and thousands of farmers.
KILLS HltS AND GERMS IN BARNS
In the 2% DDT now contained in Carbola you
have a guaranteed FLY KILLER that remains
active for months when applied as a paint in cow
barns and other buildings. In addition you get
the germ-killing disinfection, which prevents
Bangs disease, tuberculosis and other diseases.
Dries white meets Board of Health requirements.
One or two easy paintings a year do the lob.
Ask your dealer today about
the economical 50 lb. bag
1 lb. 25£ 5 lb. 80L 10 lb. $1.35, 25 lb.'$3.00,
50 lb. $5.50
IFede/br
bandy esg record chart
CARBOLA CHRMICAL COm Im.
fstabi:A«d
Natural Brido® O°« N» Y*
Nichols Cream Station
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
The
CARR DAVIS.
P. MILLIGAN.
PHILANDER
THANKS—REPUBLICAN VOTERS
I wish to thank the Republican
Noble County for the
the
voters of
splendid support given me at
May 7 primary.
44pd
HARLEY WHEELER,
Candidate for Auditor.
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
I sincerely appreciate the fine sup
port given me at the primaries
Thank you.
44pd EUGENE B. WARD.
MAKE THIS
YOUR
SELLING
PLACE!
SHERIFF’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
The State of Ohio, Noble Countv.
Common Pleas Court
Ira Pryor, Treasurer of Noble
County, Ohio.
Plaintiff,
vs.
S. H. Squire, Superintendent of
Banks and Secrest, Their Suc
cessors, Heirs and Assigns,
Defendants.
T_ Case No- 8643.
ln Pyrsuance of an Order of Sale, in
the above entitled action, I will offer
for sale at public auction, at the West
OMo" Vh" C£Urt H°USe ln cLdwS
c-2’ Jn the above named Countv on
Saturday the 15th Day of June, 1946
the 11 a* °’C,Ock A. M.,
the following described real estate sit
uate in the County of Nobie Ind state
to-wit*0’ and ,n the TownshfP of Buffalo.
Nwa'lge JL T?wnlhiP 8. Section 18. wy,
4 Coal, containing ri 9®%
OhRj ai^rJ0 To n^hip- N°ble Countv5
18 EiA ge 9 TownshiP 8. Section
w 2 w‘-» containing 80 acres in
Noble Count'* Ohio
Terms of sale: Cash. ^mo.
CLAYTON McKEE.
By SHarrv I* M°bl?**C^nty’ Ohio
Leo E. Carter Merr,tt- D(1PUty Sheriff.
.. Prosecuting Attorney.
44 45 46 47 48
SHERIFF’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
State of Ohio, Noble County
Ira Pr-.or Common Pleas Court,
ira I ryor, Treasurer of Noble
County, Ohio,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Frank Lenhart, et. al.,
Defendants.
Case No. 8642
pursuance of an Order of Sale, in
for silent act‘on' 1 win offer
lor sale at public auction, at the West
Oh?o the CHUrt House ln Caldwell,
unio. in the above named County on
Saturday, the 15th Day of June, 1946
,, at 10:00 O’clock A. M.,
the following described real estate sit
thL CountY of Noble and State
to wit1,0 and in the Township of Wayne,
sw?^n \r?i?,Wnship 3 Section 36 W'2
sw 11 NW',, containing 52.10 acres
s 11 Township 1. Section 20.
ii,NE containing one (1) acre, all in
Wayne Township. Noble County, Ohio
Terms of sale: Cash.
CLAYTON McKEE
Sheriff of Noble County, Ohio.
BY, Harry Merritt, Deputy Sheriff.
Leo E. Carter,
Prosecuting Attorney.
45 46 47 48
44
RAY SHRIVER,
SHERIFF’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
The
voters of
those who gave
in the primary
State of Ohio, Noble County.
Common Pleas Court.
of Noble
Ira Pryor, Treasurer
County, Ohio,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Sarah Davis, et. al.,
Defendant*.
CaseNo.
8641.
In pursuance of an Order of Sale, in
the above entitled action, I will offer
for sale at public auction, at the West
Door of the Court House in Caldwell,
Ohio, in the above named County, on
Saturday, the 15th Day of June, 1946,
at 10:00 O'clock A. M.,
the following described real estate, sit
uate in the County of Noble and State
of Ohio, and in the Township of Center
to-wit:
Range 8, Township 7. Section 6. 10
NW1', containing 62 acres. Also Range
8, Township 7, Section 6, N*'2 WV2 NW1',
containing 40 acres, all in Center Town
ship, Noble County, Ohio.
Terms of sale: Cash.
CLAYTON McKEE,
Noble County, Ohio.
Sheriff of
By Harry L.
Leo E. Carter,
Prosecuting
44 45 46 47 48
of Enid Okey,
non with will
Jane S. Gibson,
filed thereto.
Unless exceptions are
said accounts will be for hearing before
said Court, on the 31st day of May, 1946,
at which time said accounts will be con
sidered and continued from day to day
until finally disposed of.
Merritt, Deputy Sheriff,
Attorney.
Notice on Filing Inventory
The State of Ohio, Noble County.
Probate Court.
To Frank Willis, I .aura Foster. Jaunita
Johnson, Howard McMannis, Dwite Mc
Mannis, Bentson McMannis, Earnestine
Davis, Julious Comas, Nichdemus Cos
inas, Mervin Cosmas.
You are hereby notified that on the
9th day of May, A. D., 1946, an Inven
tory and Appraisement of the estate of
George Willis, deceased, late of South
Olive, in said County, was filed In this
Court.
Said Inventory and Appraisement will
be for hearing before this Court on the
10th day of June, 1946, at 10:00 o'clock.
A. M.
Any person desiring to file exceptions
to said Inventory must file them at
least five days prior to the day set for
hearing.
Given under my hand and seal of said
Court,
this 10th day of May, 1946.
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge.
44
Helen Johnson, Deputy Clerk.
Notice of Filing of Petition
for Transfer of Funds
Notice is hereby given that on the 9th
day of May, 1946, the Board of County
Commissioners of Noble County, Ohio,
the undersigned petitioner, tiled a peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleas of
Noble County. Ohio, being Cause No.
8651 on the Docket of said Court, ask
ing that $6,182.50 be transferred from the
Relief Fund to the General Fund, as
provided by law. for the reasons set
forth in said petition and that said peti
tion will be for hearing at 10:00 o'clock
A. M., on the 18th dav of May, 1946.
RAY SHRIVER.
C. H. RAYNER,
H. G. WILLIAMS,
Board of Noble County Commissioners.
44
—TO ALL
COMING
PRODUCE QUOTATIONS
prices were quoted
Produce Company
The following
by the Caldwell
effective, Wednesday May 15
(These quotations are subject to
change without notice.)
Heavy springers .... 5 lbs. up
Heavy springers .... 3 to 5 lbs.
Light springers .......
Heavy hens ..............
Light hens ...............
White ducks ............
Colored ducks ..........
Geese .. ................
Old cocks ...............
Young tom turkeys
Young hen turkeys
Old tom turkeys ...
Old hen turkeys ....
Rabbits .....................
Large grade A white eggs doz.
Large grade A brown eggs doz.
Medium grade A white eggs doz.
Medium grade A brown eggs doz
Large grade white eggs
Iarge grade brown eggs
Current receipt eggs ....
Pullet eggs .........................
31c
31c
28c
26c
22c
20c
15c
20c
12c
28c
32c
28c
32c
22c
36c
35c
32c
32c
34c
33c
32c
23c
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb
doz.
doz.
doz.
doz.
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Leonard Ogle, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Lyda Ogle,
of Route 1. Dexter City, Ohio, has been
duly appointed Administratrix of the es
tate of Leonard Ogle, deceased, late of
Jackson Township, Noble County, Ohio.
Creditors are required to file their
claims with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this 8th day of May, 1946.
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge of said County.
44 45 46
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Peter Sarisky. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Mike Sar
isky, Sr., of Caldwell, Ohio, has been
duly appointed Administrator of the es
tate of Peter Sarisky, deceased, late of
Noble Township, Noble County. Ohio.
Creditors are required to file their
claims with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this Sth day of May, 1946.
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge of said Countv.
45 46
44
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia
tion for the many acts of kindness
from so many, during the illness and
death of our mother, Mrs. Mary
Hesson, We are deepfully grateful.
44pd. THE FAMILY.
CARD OF THANKS
I want in this way to thank my
many friends and neighbors for the
nice cards, tetters, flowers and gifts
sent me during my recent illness.
Including Reinersville, Hackney, and
Centerville schools for their kind
remembrance.
44pd
MISS FRIEDA PHILLIS,
Caldwell Route 5.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to Rev. Fr. B. J. Mattes, Bru
bach Funeral Home, singers, pall
bearers, to those who sent flowers,
and to all those who helped in any
way during the sickness and death
of my husband, Henry Kress.
MRS. HENRY KRESS.
RETURNS FROM WEST
Orton
Calif., is
brothers,
Schafer,
many other relatives
This is his first visit back to Noble
county in 36 years.
W. Schafer, of Riverside,
visiting this week with his
A. L. Schafer and Ross
Caldwell, in addition to
and friends.
E GI N S,
Exomplec of the new
Lord and Lady Elgin
E. E. WALTERS
“JEWELER
Thank
You
—To All Republican Voters Who Nominated Me For
State Representative.
—To My Honorable Opponents ... A. H. Rich,
Archie R. Morrison, and S. M. Frakes, For Their
Promises of Loyal Support in the Fall Campaign.
VOTERS FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE
NOVEMBER ELECTION!
—To All Fine Noble County Citizens Who Cast Their
Ballot Despite the Rain.
GEORGE C. PHILPOT
CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
In Memory
In loving memory of Jewett Ed
ward Morrison, who departed this
life, May 15, 1945.
One year ago you were called away,
Although your face we cannot see,
We miss you more each day.
WIFE AND CHILDREN.
In Memory
In loving memory of our mother,
Nellie J. Cooper, who
one year ago, May 16,
passed away
1945.
dear Mother,
face,
Gone from our home,
We long to see your
Your loving smile,
Your fond embrace,
No one can ever fill your place.
VIRGINIA AND ROBERT.
In Memory
In loving memory of my
mother who passed away three
ago, May 16.
dear
years
Sad and sudden was the call
Of one so dear and loved by
A bitter grief, a shock severe
To part with one I loved so dear.
More and more each day I miss her,
Friends may think the wound is
healed
But they little know the sorrow,
Lies within my heart concealed.
all,
DAUGHTER, EDNA MALLETT
Obituary
Ida Belle VanFossen was bom on
May 18fc 1880 and departed this life
on Friday, May 3, 1946, being 65
years, 11 months, and 14 days old.
Death came unexpected, at the fam
ily home in Elk township, as she was
seemingly improved from a lengthy
illness.
On January 22, 1898 she was mar
ried to John M. VanFossen, who sur
vives. She also leaves a daughter,
Grace Feldner of East Union and
one son, Bert of Harriettsvile,
route. A son, Clarence Hubert, died
August 9, 1924. Her father and
with
FARM BUREAU
INSURANCE
Fresh Household Yeast
Cake—5c
“B” Size Potatoes
Peck—55c
Skinless Weiners
Lb.~32c
Libby’s Milk
Large Can
3 Cans—29c
Thursday, May 16, 1946
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley King,
are also deceased, as are the follow
ing sisters, Mrs. Mary Murrey, Mrs.
Ilda VanFossen, and Sylvia King.
One sister, Mrs. Martha Robbins of
Pleasant City, and four brother, Mel
ville King, of Grantsville, West Vir
ginia Blaine of Caldwell and Wiley
and John W. of Canton, are also left
to mourn her death. Other survivors
are: eight grandchildren, 7 great
grandchildren, and many nieces,
nephews, and other relatives.
Three grandsons served in the
armed forces Woodrow and Chester
Feldner, and Kenneth VanFossen,
who is still in Germany. His grand
mother’s fondest hope was to be
spared until his safe return.
Ida was a member of the Crum’s
Ridge Church of Christ, having been
baptized by H. W. Blakes on May 24,
1911. She was a regular attender of
the church services when her health
permitted.
In her passing on, we lose a good
wife, a loving mother, a devoted
grandmother, and kind and helpful v
neighbor.
Funeral services were held at 2
o’clock p. m. on Sunday at Crum’s
Ridge church, with Brother Jesse
Rossiter, officiating. Burial was in
church cemetery with McVay Fun
eral home of Caldwell in charge.
CARD OF THANKS
The family desires to thank the
neighbors, relatives, and friends for
all assistance, and every kind deed
rendered to help lighten their bur
den of sorrow.
CHANDLER IMPROVES
G. E. Chandler, well known farmer
of the Crooked Tree community, has
been receiving treatment for the
past two weeks at Kent. His condi
tion is
now improved
Percent Off On All Children’s
Sizes Ranging from 2 to 14.
GRAY’S STORE
Thirty
Coats,
©1945
Did you know that 10% of your income invested in
insurance would protect the other 90% of your total
income?
There is a Farm Bureau insurance contract that will
provide for all of your protection needs
For complete information about your insurance
needs, write or call—
C. CLAYTON BELCHER
Farmers & Merchants Bank Building
CALDWELL, OHIO
HOURS—9:00-12:00 Daily. PHONE 169
Rapratonting
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
FARM BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Home Offices Columbus, Ohio
Where Ma Saves Pa’s Dough
MATCHES
6 Boxes—25c
All Purpose Lime
10 Lb. Sack—19c
Fresh Cucumbers
Each—10c
Ham Bologna
Lb.—29c
Fresh Spanish Peanuts
Lb.—29c
Crisp, Fresh Carrots
2 Bunches—19c
WE BUY EGGS
BLOCK SALT
White ............ 55c
Sulphur.............65c
All Metal
Hand Sprays
Each—39c
Happy Host Coffee
Makes a Good Cup Every Time
1 Lb. Bag—21c
___ 3 Lb. Bag—59c
Home Grown Popcorn
Lb.—19c
Rope Clothes Line
50 Foot—25c
Fine and Dandy
CIGARETTES
50 for 25c
“GOOD FOODS AT FAIR PRICES”
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Ball’s Cash Market
AJJD
Ball’s West Side Market

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