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Make This YOUR Buying Place! FOR SALE 1— MATCHED TEAM of black horses, quiet and good workers. Homer Tilton, Caldwell Route 3, Ohio, lo cated on the hill above the railroad bridge below Dudley, Ohio. 3 4 5pd 25 PIGS, ready to go. $10.00 each. John Egnot, Macksburg, Ohio. 3 4pd ECONOMY KING cream separator, size 16. In good condition. Priced for a quick sale. Herbert Clark, Caldwell Route 3, Ohio. 3 4 5pd VITALAIRE ICE box (50 pounds), white porcelain finish. Albert Hayes, Dexter City, Ohio. 3pd ONE COOK stove, coal range, three years old, Home Comfort, good as new. John Hickman, Cumberland, Ohio. 3pd 1940 CHEVROLET 1»4 ton truck, long wheel-base, and two milk cows. H. F. Pryor, Sarahsville, Ohio. 3 4 5 pd BEAGLE PUPS, two months old. Paul E. Archer, Summerfield Route 1, Ohio. 3c A MAN’S 19 jewel, Hamilton pocket watch, in white gold open face case, used, in good condition, a $95 watch for $75. J. H. Ijams, owner, at Gillespie’s Drug Store. 3pd NINE ROOM house with bath, ar ranged for two apartments, located on East street, Caldwell. Newly decorated this spring. Garden and outbuildings. Good investment. See G. T. Jennings or Martha Grimes, Caldwell, Ohio. 3pd 1938 FOUR-DOOR Packard. Phone 258-R or see Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Wheeler, Spruce street, Cald well, next door to postoffice. 3pd YOUNG SOW to farrow August 15. Laurel Smith, Dudley, Ohio. 3pd SIX ROOM house at 815 Walnut street Call 516 Spruce street, Caldwell, Ohio. 3pd ELECTRIC WELDER. See James Landaker, Sharon, Ohio. 3c THREE-YEAR-OLD thoroughbred Shropshire ram. F. E. Thorla, Cumberland Route 1, Ohio. 3pd O. I. C. PIGS, eight weeks old. Mrs. Floyd Wilson, seven miles west of Caldwell on State Route 78. 3c on or WE HAVE ONE steel wagon, rubber tires, either with tongue tractor hitch. George Estadt Sons, Caldwell, Ohio. 58 ACRE FARM 139 acre farm and 15 acre farm. See Martin W. Shafer, Caldwell Route 6, Ohio, one mile west of Sarahsville. 3pd 164 ACRE FARM located 1% miles west of Harriettsville and 4V2 miles south of Middleburg, with five room house, barn, and other out buildings. Electric available. Twelve acres of bottom land, and good roll ing hill land. All underlaid with coal and some timber. Well watered. Possession soon as crop is saved. For particulars see or write Louis Crock, Dexter City Route 2, Ohio. 5pd GASOLINE MAYTAG motor. In A-l condition. Was used until electric was installed. Saranes Estadt, Cald well Route 4, Ohio. 3pd WINDOW FRAME, size 30x72, with two lights. Complete. Clarence J. Estadt, The Journal, Caldwell. GOOD SET of double harness. May be seen at Startzman’s Harness Repair Shop, Caldwell. Harry G. Watson, Senecaville, Ohio. 3pd TWO INCH rolls of gummed tape, 500 ft., 75c. The Journal. FARMERS For larger litters, easier, farrowing, and stronger pigs, use Rex Wheat Germ Oil. At drug and feed stores. 36 to 9c GENUINE Maytag rolls for machines. Caldwell. JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS For Results Phone 98 PUBLIC SALES The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction on the seventh day of August, 1946, at the late lesidence of Richard V. Thorla, lo cated about five miles west of Belle Valley, on the Hoskinsville-Renrock road, beginning at 12:00 o’clock noon, the following personal prop erty belonging to the estate of Richard V. Thorla, deceased: 14 head of livestock, including yearling steer and heifer, and two year-old steers and heifers approx imately 2500 feet seasoned lumber, one inch and one and one-half inch poplar, one inch and two inch oak, cne inch chestnut, 2x4 and 2x6 oak approximately 13 tons of hay, six ton in barn, seven ton in stack Maytag washer (gasoline motor) DeLaval cream separator lawn mower hay rake tedder hoe grain drill hay ladders hay car and equipment for wood track work bench with vise buggy harness five grain boxes (15 to 45 bushel capac ity) approximately 14 bushels of corn, and other farm machinery and tools household goods and furni ture, including coal stove heatrola book case beds bedding and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of sale—Cash. E. L. THORLA, Administrator of the Estate of Richard V. Thorla, deceased. E. R. Tom—Auctioneer. 3c The heirs of the late Amelia Crum are offering for public sale at the deceased’s property, located miles east of Caldwell, on the Cald well-Fulda road, on Saturday, Au gust 17, 1946, at 10:00 o’clock a. m., the following personal property. Household goods—one gas cook stove one gas heater two extension tables one sewing machine two dressers three rugs one living room suite one dining room suite and cne stand Farm machinery—one cream sep arator one Maytag washer two iron kettles one hillside plow one cultivator one single shovel plow one harrow one grain binder one grain drill one corn drill one low wheel wagon, with box and adder one Deering mower harrow one extension ladder ne chain hoist one drill press one et of dies one iron vice one sad ile one set of w’ork harness. k 1lisk E. 4 replacement parts for Washers. Also wringer all makes of washing Brady’s Radio Shop, 29tfc FARMERS Treat shy and non breeding cows with Rex Wheat Germ Oil. At drug and feed stores. 36 to 9c WANTED NEW OR used, steel or wood, desk suitable for an office. Phone 268-R. 3c GIRL OR woman for general housework. Good wages. Mrs. Harry A. Semon, Box 305, Cald well, Ohio. 3 4 5c ELECTRIC WATER pump. Also for sale, frame barn with metal roof. Willard Bates, Caldwell Route 4, Ohio. 3pd ONE OR MORE coal diggers, five foot coal. S. S. Creen, Summer field Route 2, Ohio. 3 4 5pd HIGHEST CASH prices for an tiques. Corner and flat cupboards, chairs, stands, tables, chairs, poster beds, china, glass, copper, brass, funs and jewelry. We buy one piece or a house full. Rollers Antiques. U. S. Route 40. Quaker City Route 3, Ohio. 2-llpd FOUR OR five room apartment or house for young man employed in Caldwell and his mother. Prefer near the business district. Call 98, The Journal. 3pd !. R. Tom—Auctioneer. 3 4 5c NOTICES COAL HAULING. From any mine and prices. Prompt Keith, Phone 714-F-3. any amount. Reasonable Orders are now accepted. delivery assured. Russel Caldwell Route 6, Ohio. 3-9c PAUL LYTLE’S welding shop will be closed for one month, begin ning August 1, 1946, and will open September 1, 1946, Paul Lytle. 3pd NOTICE—To my old new customers. •caches will be ready soon. lave not already had your orders looked, please do so soon. ’40-F-4. Earl Bates, Caldwell Route Jbituary hay one Livestock—eight young cows four alves and three yearlings. Many other articles too numerous 4 mention. Terms—Made known on day of EDWARD P. CRUM, Administrator. as well as My Hale-Haven If you Phone Ohio. 3pd AWN MOWER sharpening and re pair. Also saw sharpening. Joe Estadt. Leave work at Caldwell Implement & Supply Co. FREE DIRT for the hauling. Richard Ball at Ball’s Grocery, Caldwell, Ohio. See Cash 3c ONE INCH rolls of gummed tape, 600 ft., 35c. The Journal. RESTRICTIONS ON the purchase of wheat have been lifted. See us for prices on wheat. Sunshine Feed Store, Caldwell, Ohio. 3 NOTICE—I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. 3pd EDGAR DIMMERLING. 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 WANTED TO BUY HOUSE WITH small acreage, on U. S. Route 21. L. E. Haga, Dexter City Route 1, Ohio. Phone Dexter City 701-F-ll. 4pd GOOD PRICES paid for old furni ture, rope or spool beds, old desks, chest of drawers, corner cupboards, old lamps, music boxes, tables, old China and Guns or any old article brass, or copper, over 50 Write. Tell us what you will call and pay you six leg glassware. in wood, years old. have. We top cash prices. Shuster’s, Box 435, Navarre, Ohio. 42 tfn Selling Place! PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The following prices were quoted by the Caldwell Produce Company effective, Wednesday, July 31 Heavy springers ___ 3 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 gr. A white eggs_ doz. Large gr. A brown eggs_ doz. Medium gr. A white eggs doz. Medium gr. A brown eggs doz. Large gr. white eggs __ doz. Large gr. brown eggs_ doz. Current receipt eggs___ doz. Pullet eggs-------------------- doz. up 30c lb. 28c lb. 25c 22c 20c 15c 20c 15c 28c 32c 28c 32c 22c 41c 40c 33c 33c 39c 38c 33c 23c lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. Not now, but in the coming years, It may be in the better land, We’ll read the meaning of our tears, we’ll un- And there, sometime, derstand. We’ll know why clouds sun instead of cherished Were over many a plan Why song has ceased, when scarce begun ’Tis there, sometime, we’ll under stand. God knows the way, He holds the key, He guides us with unerring hand Sometime with tearless eyes we’ll see Yes, there, up there, we’ll under stand. Then trust in God through all days He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife, Emily the following chil dren: Mrs. Gladys McFee, of Ak ron, Ohio Gordon Harper, of Ak ron, Ohio Mrs. Inez Ayers, of Dexter City, Ohio Gerald Harper, of South Olive, Ohio Mrs. Myrtie Reed, Genoe, Ohio Kenneth Har per, of Caldwell, Ohio William Harper, of Zanesville, Ohio Mrs. Josephine Danford, of North Can ton, Ohio, and Mrs. Zena Reed, of South Olive, Ohio. Also, in conjunction with this family, they took into their home two grandchildren,which they have reared George Harper, of Dexter City, and Jimmie Harper, of the home 18 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Three grand children have preceded him in death. He is also survived by the following brothers: Oak Harper, of Zanesville Marion Harper, of Dex ter City James Harper, of South Olive Samuel J. Harper, of South Olive, and Worth C. Harper, of Caldwell, beside a host of other relatives and friends. The darkness deepens with me abide. When other helpers fail, and forts flee, Help of the helpless, O with me. Swift to its close ebbs out little day O CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all who as sisted in any way after the death of our dear husband and father, Charles (Dock) Harper, we wish to express our sincere gratitude to Mrs. Madge Love, Beryl Clark, Rev. Walter Brown, the pallbear ers, the singers, the township trus tees, and Frank Warren. DEAD STOCK REMOVED PROMPTLY —Call— Caldwell Fertilizer Phone 78 Reverse Charges Mrs. C. D. Harper, Sons and Daughters. THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO Obituary Zoro A. St. Clair, known as “Sharkey” to all his friends, was born near Salesville, Ohio, August 25, 1889, and departed this life July 25, 1946, aged 56 years, 11 months. He was the son of the late R. D. and Arilla St. Clair, and spent his entire life in Guernsey and Noble counties. He was married on December 2, 1941, to vives. 3pd thy thy Fear not for He doth hold hand Tho’ dark thy way, still sing praise and Elsie Cain Park, who sur- also survived by the fol brothers, Clyde, Methias, He is lowing and Franz, and one sister, Mrs. Or ville Holmes a stepmother, Mrs. Rose St. Clair and four-half broth ers, Willard, Harold, Milton, and Bernard and two half-sisters, Mrs. Harold Powell and Mrs. Don Jack son. precious- one from us is gone, voice we loved is still, place is vacant in our home Which never can be A filled. THANKS to express Rev. John CARD OF I wish thanks to B. B. Wheeler Funeral ers, pallbearers, to those who sent flowers and to all those who helped in any death Clair. Sew Arrivals un- Sometime, sometime, we’ll derstand. the Charles D. (Dock) Harper, son of George and Eliza Ann Men denhall Harper, was Dexter City, Ohio, 1877, and departed this life, working on his farm near Olive, on Tuesday, July 23, being at the age of 68 years, months and 21 days. born near December 2, while South 1946, seven On September 27, 1898, he was united in marriage, by Rev. A. K. McCall, to Emily C. Gordon, and to this union were born nine children, all of whom survive. Cumberland the Masonic last rites on Thurs- He was a member Order at Caldwell and were held at the home day evening. “Dock", as he was known, was ever interested in his family, a good neighbor, a willing and charitable friend, and will be sadly missed by his family, his community, and all who knew him. Abide with me fast fall the even tide, familiarly my sincere McGee, the Home, sing way during the sickness and of my husband, Z. A. St Mrs. Z. A. St. Clair. In Memory In loving memory of our father, Thomas An Curry, passed away one year ago, July 31, 1945. A beautiful memory of one so dear, We cherish still with love sincere. ’Til memories fade and life departs, You”ll live forever, dear Dad, our hearts. dear who in The Children and. Bessie Curry. n Memory In memory of Reese H. Williams, who died two years ago, August 1, 1944. “Gone but not forgotten.” Wife and Children, Mother and Father, Brother and Sister. Mr. and Mrs. David Mackey, of Belle Valley, are announcing the birth of a son on July 20 in Swan Hospital, Zanesville. Mrs. James Mackey of Belle Valley is the pa ternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. John Elioue, Can ton, are announcing the birth of a daughter, Sunday, July 28, at the Aultman hospital in that city. Mrs. Elioue is the former Norma Jean Tilton of Caldwell. Mrs. Ruby An dersenn, Belle Valley, is the ma ternal grandmother and Mrs. Ida Radcliffe, Caldwell, the great grandmother. Mrs. Elizabeth Elioue of Canton is the paternal grandpar ent. Cumberland, July 31 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Moore spent Tuesday evening with Harry Moore and family of route 4. William Ferguson and family, of Caldwell, were Sunday evening guests with Mrs. Esther Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Yerian and Fred Yerian. John Rhinehart and family of Zanesville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rhinehart and family Sunday. Rev. Francis Smith officiated at the marriage of Miss Lucille Grimes, Buffalo and Mr. Wilford Sherman, Quaker City, in the Methodist par sonage, July 6th. Several members of the Cumber land grange 2187 journeyed to Scio last Thursday evening to receive the 6th. degree which was conferred on a large group from various granges. The entire program was reported to be most impressive. Mrs. Mary Ross, Mj-.. and Mrs. Robert C. Ross of Zanesville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Dud ley and family Sunday. The folks, accompanied by David Henry, en joyed a picnic dinner near Hanover, Ohio. Mr. David Henry is spending a few days at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Robert C. Ross in Zanes ville. Lord, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Simons of Zanesville were recent guests with com- abide life’s Earth’s joys grow dim, its glories pass away Change and decay in all around see O thou, who changest not, abide with me. Athletes Foot Itch HOW TO STOP IT Make 5-Minute Test Get TE-OL at anv dru? store. Apply this POWERFUL PENETRATING funglr cide FUT.L. STRENGTH. Reaches MOKE germs to KILL the itch. Get NEW foo» comfort or your 35c back. RALSTON’S PHARMACY, Caldwell, OhAa ROBERT PAIGE is co-starred with Ginny Simms and Charles Coburn in Unversal’s dazzling new picture, “Shady Lady”, showing at the Roxy on Sunday and Monday, August 4 and 5. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Klineknecht here.: Carl Gress and family of Lewis ville were weekend visitors with home folks, Mrs. Emma Bell and Shonder Gress and family. Miss Helen Moore, Mr. Orin Christman of Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Moore, route 4, were Sun day guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore. Tommy Lee Scott, Lois Kline knecht, George Scott, Robert Bates, Samuel Smith and Rev. Francis Smith are spending this week at Senior Hi Institute at Bethesda. Wilbur Simpson and family, of Cleveland, have been- vacationing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simpson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward of Columbus and Sally Ward of Wash ington have been guests with Mrs. Kate Ward. The Lore City annual homecoming is announced for August 12-17th. Flans are being made for a parade daily park amusements, special homecoming program, in the churches, climaxed with a free vic tor banquet at the high school audi torium, honoring exservicemen of the Lore City school district, Satur day noon. The Yoker Valley Mixers 4-H club met in the Wednesday 8 o’clock. David Bay Irene B, Rose, demonstration agent, Cambridge, who advised the group on their various projects. high school auditorium, evening, July 24th. at Advisors,' Mr. and Mrs. were present and Mrs. During the business hour, final arrangements were made for the members to attend Junior camp. A period of recreation was en joyed and delicious refreshments were served by the Secrest, West and Stevens families. 31 members were present. WISE OR OTHERWISE by REV. H. A: GUILER Whatever catches our eye long enough will catch us.—Pollock A good name' is rather to be chosen than great- riches. Prov. 22-1 Some people are' content to spend a weekend with Jesus, but talk at having hLrw as a permanent guest. Take time to be holy with daily Bible readings and prayer. God’s listening to our voice pends upon our listening Voice.—Andrew Murray. We de His to may have left the Middle we are Ages, but some of us think living in the Middle Ages. Blessed is the man who leaves the back pews for the late comers. Corner Cupboards 50—Wanted—50 Or Flat 2-piece Wall Cupboards AT ONCE. Highest Prices ALSO ANY OTHER ANTIQUES Harold E. Myers West Main Street BARNESVILLE, OHIO IT IS TOO EASY To pay out carelessly here or foolishly there when you have idle cash ready at hand. Put it out of easy reach and make it work for you in an account here. CURRENT DIVIDEND 2% You will enjoy Mutual Federal Service. All Accounts Federally Insured up to $5,000.00, MUTUAL FEDERAL raw ■■■■hi r- ft I/' ft' 't dH| MUTUAL FEDERAL “Muskingum County’s Oldest” Savings & Loan Assn. Mutual Federal Building Brown Granite Front 14 South Fifth Street ZANESVILLE, OHIO Caldwell Lady Elected As Council Delegate At the meeting held in Woods field, Sunday, of the Catholic Women’s club of the Steubenville diocese, Mrs. T. M. Ehlermann, West street, was elected as one of two delegates from the Woodsfield dean ery to serve on the bishop’s council. Miss Jermain Haren, of Woodsfield, was elected as the other delegate. Mrs. Ehlermann is now serving as president of the newly organized St. Ann’s Guild of St. Philomena Catholic church. Plans to organize a local Catholic Women’s club are now under consideration. Periodically the bishop’s council, consisting of delegates of the four deaneries of the diocese, will meet in Steubenville and there plans for the Catholic Women’s club will be discussed. The selection of Mrs. Fhlermann as a delegate gives im petus to the importance of the oj ganization as the outstanding wom en’s club for the ladies of the Steu benville diocese. Attending from Caldwell were: Mrs. Ehlermann, Mrs. Simon War ner, Mrs. Gertrude Wehr, Mrs. Al bert Crock, Mrs. Ignatz Fox, Mrs. Henry Schott, and Mrs. Anna Riski. Mrs. John Sklenar, sr., Mrs. Mike Zelesnik, and Mrs. John Sabanos attended from Belle Valley. The Woodsfield deanery consists of Guernsey, Noble, and Monroe counties. Approximately 75 attended the meeting held Sunday. Attending the meeting held Sun day at Woodsfield for the priests of the Woodsfield deanery from Noble county were the Very Rev. B. J. Mattes, diocesan consultor, Rev. Stephen Pekella, Rev. A. G. Nickel, and Rev. J. J. Donaldson. The Right Rev. Monsignor Gilbert Mehlor, of Woodsfield, presided. RHEUMATISM Sufferers! Try Reiner’s Rinol! Quick comforting relief from pains or rheumatism, arthritis, neuritis, lumbago, FREE BOOKLET. Ask for Reiner’s Rinol, $1.50 (4 bottles for $5.00.) HATTIE VANFLEET, Agent Phone 346 21—Caldwell. Ohio GOOD PRICES Noble Livestock Auction JOE SECREST—Auctioneer North of Cardwell (Florence) Off U. S. Route 21 Our sale is still increasing, and we want to thank you for your co-operation. Our business depends on your business, and we will do our best to have satisfied customers—The Management. P.O. is dc«l-“sted on live insects. Bureau of insecticide. D. will not stain is pleasantly scented. BEDBUGS ROACHES T. M. EHLERMANN Agent, Sinclair Refining Comnanv PHONE 204 CALDWELL, OHIO At All Dealers, Grocers, and Drug Stores Thursday, August 1, 1946 LET US PUT NEW LIFE IN YOUR OLD CAR! Norval Robey & Co. Phone 84 Caldwell, Ohio ELSWICK!PINSURANCE LIVESTOCK AUCTION! EVERY FRIDAY Sale Starts At 1:00 O’clock P. M. —PLENTY OF BUYERS— DEALER ADV. 2X FLIES MOSQUITOES moths ANTS BUY SINCLAIR P. D. INSECT SPRAY AT YOUR NEARBY SINCLAIR DEALER’S OR AT GROCERY, DRUG OR HARDWARE STORES.