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.Thursday, February
98
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12. 1953
FOR SALE
For Sale—DWELLINGS LOTS
WE NEED MORE
GOOD LISTINGS
SIX ROOM house, modern ex
cept furnace. Gas electricity,
bath, built-in kitchen, cellar
12 ft. by 20 ft., garage. Paved
street. Located on Fairground
Street.
G6 ACRES. Good seven room
house, with bath, electricity,
cellar. Three barns, chicken
house, garage and other out
buildings On good road. Close
to Seneca Lake.
THREE ROOM house. Gas, elec
tricity. Water in kitchen, full
basement. 1.15 acres. On U. S.
Route 21 south.
103 ACRES, six room house,
barn, other outbuildings. Elec
tricity, well, cistern. 40 acres of
tractor land. On State Route 76
close to New Concord.
lO ACRES. Good four room
house, electricity, furnace and
basement. Located on state route.
SEVEN ROOM house. Electricity,
water in kitchen, basement.
Extra lot. On good road close to
Route 21.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE, electricity,
well, cellar. 2*4 acres. Close to
'Caldwell on State Route.
SIX ROOM HOUSE. Gas, elec
tricity, bath, built-in-kitchen.
Extra lot, Just off Route 21 on
hard surface road.
123 ACRES. Eight room house,
barn, other outbuildings. Elec
tricity, free gas. 18 acres timber
About 75 acres tractor land on
State Route 145.
TWO NICE well located building
lots for sale. One in Caldwell
and one near fairground.
CHESTER J. HOWILER
516* West St. Phone 250-W
Licensed Broker—Caldwell
SEVEN ROOM house, barn and
garage.
NICE FOUR room cottage, at re
duced price.
23 ACRES, eight room house,
barn and garage.
SIX ROOM modern- house, ex
cept furnace. Extra lot.
8.75 ACRES, known as ball
grounds and show grounds,
pasture and water.
FOR RENT, four room unfur
nished apartment, first floor,
private entrance, utility room,
gas, water and electricity.
All the above properties are in
fSjunmerfield.
Hallack Real Estate Service
A. R. Fogle, Dist. Mgr.
Summerfield, Ohio
30 31 32
THE MINNIE DIENTSBACH
home. Seven room house with
bath. Two rooms in basement,
gas furnace. Located next door
to postoffice in Caldwell. See
Attorney Fred Fox, Caldwell,
Ohio. 30 31 32
EIGHT ROOM house, suitable for
two families. Four rooms and
bath up, same down. Automatic
hot water furnace and double ca
garage. Priced for quick sale.
Contact Mrs. Roy King, 219 Cum
berland Street, Caldwell, Ohio.
32 33 34pd
MODERN FIVE-room, two-story
home. Garage connected to
home. Hardwood floors thruout.
Full basement, gas furnace, hot
water heater. Stool in basement.
Aluminum storm doors and win
dows. Located at 724 Cumberland
Street, two blocks from public
square. Fred Lockmiller, Cald
well, Ohio. 32 33 34 J-L pd
If it's advertised In The Journal
Say so when you are buying.
Your Patronage
HAS PROVEN
IT IS SOMETHING
YOU HAVE WANTED!
OUR NEW
"Drop-In"
ServRd
If s Handy
It's Convenient
SEMOH'S
Dry Cleaning
Opposite Postofiioe
Caldwell, Ohio
EVERY
v
WAR! AD SECTION
FOR SALE
For Sale—DWELLINGS LOTS
ARE YOU thinking oi locating
in Zanosville or would you
consider a good investment in
Zanesville? It is a beautiful,
modern home with two car pa
rage and priced to sell. It will
pay you to get in touch with us
A VERY good seven room house
ready to move in. Gas and
electricity. Fronting on U. S. 21,
south of Caldwell. Very reason
ably priced. .67 acres of land.
A GOOD frame building with
slate roof. Six good rooms up
stairs with separate stairway.
First floor can be converted into
living rooms, making two sepa
rate apartments. Very cheap.
South on U. S. Route 21.
A GOOD seven room residence,
north on U. S. Route 21. Slate
roof and wonderful well of
water on back porch. It's a bar
gain.
A. BEAUTIFUL six room resi
dence north on U. S. Route
21. Strictly modern with fur
nace. Also open grate fire for
wood or coal. About five acres
of land. Be sure to see it be
fore you buy.
IT'S A GOOD 8 room house, full
basement and furnace. Excep
tionally good lot with garage,
priced to sell. Outside town.
A GOOD 180 acre farm six room
house outbuilding with cellar
and good barn. Priced right.
A NICE SMALL farm, 45 acres
7 room houae and all necessary
buildings 2V4 miles from Cald
well. Low priced.
AN EXCEPTIONALLY good lot,
well located in Caldwell.
WE ARE ready to talk to you
about that small or large
farm, if its for sale, or town
property, any place, regardless
of size. It will be to your in
terest to come in.
IT'S A FINE building location,
approximately 2A acres close
in and on paved street. See this
one at once at Caldwell.
VERY DESIRABLE building
lot on North street.
HOWARD M. SHAFER—Realtor
Office 125 Residence 333
Licensed Broker. Caldwell, Ohio
TIMBER LAND, approximately
live acres. Contact H. P. Muhl
bach, 201 Main Street, Caldwell,
Ohio. 32 33 34pd
For Sale—BUILDINGS
BUILDING TO BE removed
Size 18 22. Good condition
Finished inside. Includes one
heater, hot water tank and wash
basin. Suitable for small home.
Lester Fleeman, Fleeman Pon
tiae Co., U. S. Route 21, south of
Caldwell, Ohio. 31 32 33
For Sale—BUSINESSES
GENERAL STORE in one of the
best locations in Watertown,
Ohio. Will pay for itsell' in less
than two years. Price $7,500.00.
Inquiries may be made at Bine
gar's Store at Crooked Tree. F.
E. Binegar, Watertown, Ohio.
31 32 33pd
STORE IN MIDDLEBURG, with
building or will lease building
Phone Dexter City 705-F-12.
27 tf
For Sale—MACHINERY -TOOLS
TWO-MAN McCul lough chain
saw. 40 inch blade, new chain.
Motor completely overhauled.
Price $225.00. Ralph Davis, 814
West Street, Caldwell, Ohio.
Phone 297-J. 32pd
For Sale—LIVESTOCK
REGISTERED ANGUS bull, 11
months old. Ward Wil
son. Summerlield, Ohio. 31 tf
POLLED HEREFORD bull, nine
months old. From registered
stock. C. O. Marquis, Seneca
ville, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
YOUNG COON and fox hounds.
Unbroke. Herbert Paulley,
Senecaville, Ohio. 31 32 33pd,
TEAM OF MARES, five and
eight years old red polled
cow, due to freshen, eight years
old, with red polled Jersey calf
at side, and three black polled
steers, coming two years old
Tom Curtis, Summerfield, Ohio,
Route 1. 30 31 32pd
Classifieds Fay Dividends
You,Save. Every Week
with a
$9SJ5
BRADY'S
RADIO and APPLIANCE
CALDWELL OHIO
A I E A
LIVESTOCK AUCTION!
Thursday—1:10P.M.
19 years of satisfactory service for
the
Producers in this area.
Best facilities 2 sets of scales Experienced
management Licensed auctioneers State bonded
and financially strong. A market you can patronize
with confidence.
Your check over-the-counter if you wish or in the
mail day of sale.
The Marietta Live Slock Market, Inc.
*Mfike & StS. Highway Rts. 7 and 50-N
Livestock
Special Holstein Cow Auction!
el it tie,' old 5tlr.iont Sale Kuril ,.r, tlic Juii
Bryant farm, one mile north of Belmont, Ohio, on—
Friday, February 13,1953
StaHint at 1:30 o'clock p. m., consisting of
25—HEAD—25
25 Close-up Holstein Springer Cows of large
type and from high producing herds in this area.
All bangs tested and clean in the blood.
(Sale under cover.)
DAVE PORTEUS-Owner
COSHOCTON, OHIO (RFD. 4)
Phone West Lafayette 44(h
James Watson—Sale Manager and Auctioneer.
607 Cumberland Street—Caldwell, Ohio
FOR £ALE
For Sale—LIVESTOCK
FORTY NEW HAMPSHIRE pul
lets, laying good. Carl Beattey,
Mt. Ephraim, Ohio 3?pi
For Sale—HOUSEHOLD GOODS
ANTIQUE CHAIRS, including six
ladder back chairs, in fine con
dition. Small rocker and other
items. Kathleen Buckey, Ava,
Ohio. 32pd
GOOD DAY BED. Cheap. 105
Cumberland Street, Caldwell.
Ohio. Phone 11G-W. 32pd
KEROSENE RANGE, three burn
ers and two burners under ov
en. Price .$12.00. Olive Jordan,
Cumberland, Ohio. 32 33 34
AXMINSTER RUG,
IIV2
15,
beige tone on tone. Used very
little. Can not be told from new.
Lester Fleeman, south of Cald
well, Ohio. 31 32 33
A FEW 1952 new Philco refrig
erators for sale at reduced
prices. A big savings! C. E.
Kirchner Appliance Store, Cald
well. Ohio. 30 31 32
MAJESTIC COAL range. Extra
good. Mrs. C. O. Engle, Cum
berland, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
EIGHT FOOT REFRIGERATOR
display case, single duty, while
porcelain finish, stainless steel
bottom, trays, and equipped with
coil. Less compressor, price
$250.00. C. O. Marquis, Seneca
ville, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
THREE-PIECE KROEIILER dav
enport. Very good condition
Phone 295-M.
31 32 33pd
For Sale—SEEDS FEEDS
GOOD HAY for sale. Francis
Noll, Quaker City, Ohio. Route
2. Phone Antrim. 32 33 84pd
No. 1 HAY for sale. Wilbur Arch
er, one mile south of Summer
field, Ohio, on State Route 78.
32pd
200 BUSHELS of corn, hand
picked. Donald Groves, threi
miles north of Mt. Ephraim,
Ohio. 31 32 33pd
BALED II.AY, clover and alfalla,
75c a bale. Also some loose
hay. T. R. Bates, or Dalla9
Betes, Mt. Ephraim, Ohio.
31 32 33pd
CLOVER SEED. Bertram Bigley,
Reinersville, Ohio, State Route
78. 31 32 33pd
CORN FOR SALE. Approxi
mately 250 bushels. A-l hand
picked. Mike Varhola, Belle
Valley, Ohio. 30 31 32pd
160 BALES of good clean straw.
Dannie Slater, Caldwell. Ohio,
Route 3, Keithtown. 30 31 32pd
119 BALES OF HAY. Arthur
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, Route
30 31 32pd
For Sale—CARS TRUCKS
1948 CHEVROLET club coupe.
Radio, heater, seat covers,
spotlight and other accessories.
Clean and in very good condi
tion thruout. Don C. Briggs, 829
Railroad Street, Caldwell, Ohio
31 32 33pd
1938 INTERNATIONAL 1V! ton
truck, cattle rack, new motor,
rear end, and a 1942 Nash 2-dr.
Will also trade for livestock,
hay, corn, or furniture. W. E.
Wenzel, 205 Fourth Street, Mari
etta, Ohio. Phone 254. 29 32
1949 DODGE 4-door sedan. 36,000
actual mileage. Mechanically
A-l. Two new tires. Walton
Morris, Caldwell, Ohio, Route 5
Phone 709-F-21.
31 32 33 J-L pd
DEAD STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY
With Sanitary Equipment
Call Collect ZANESVILLE 3-7396
Darling & Company
DEAD STOCK REMOVED
PHONE 78—Collect
CALDWELL FERTILIZER
Fleeman Pontiac Co.—Agent
Div. Dickson Rendering
Co., Inc.
THE JOURNAL*
Phone
98
FOR SALE
For Sale—CARS TRUCKS
LIKE NEW, 2 10 ton Stude
baker pickup. Color, blue.
Forced to sell at a sacrifice. An
dy Misjan, State Route 340, near
Belle Valley, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
For Sale—MISCELLANEOUS
E HAVE a lew xe built watches
for sale. Guaranteed in A-l
shape. E. E. Walters, Jeweler,
1005 Mill Street, Qaldwell, Ohio.
31 32 33
ONE SQUARE meat block, two
six foot counters, one pair
counter scales, one Hobart cof
fee grinder, and one pair of plat
form scales. C. O. Marquis.
Senecaville, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
THRESHED STRAW. R. P. El
liott. Caldwell, Ohio, Route 3.
31 32 33pd
COSTUME JEWELRY, $1.00 up
watch repair, diamonds reset,
Fostoria glass, nationally adver
tised watches, and jewelry. Cald
well Jewelry, new iocation,
Cumberland Street, Caldwell,
Ohio. 30 31 32 J-L
COMB HONEY, 39c a section.
Ball's Cash Market, Caldwell,
Ohio. 31 32 33
FOR RENT
GOOD HOME in Macksburg, fur
nished or unfurnished. Six
rooms and bath on ground floor.
All newly painted. Hardwood
floors, gas, electricity. Reasonable
rent. Contact Mrs. Bessie Far
lev, Macksburg, Ohio.
32 33 34pd
GARAGE for rent. Call at 902
North Street, Caldwell, Ohio
31 32 33pd
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUV 300 |*,und
hog. Joe Macenko, Jr., Belle
Valley, Ohio. Phone Caldwell
309-F-14. 31-33 J-L
WANTED TO BUY two corner
cupboards. Mrs. E. M. Ander
son, Summerfield, Ohio.
32 33 34
WANTED TO BUY used hog
equipment and electric fencer.
Contact John Hedge, advisor
Brookfield 4-H Club, Caldwell,
Ohio, Route 2. 32 33 34pd
WANTED
BOY WANTED for car washing
and helping in garage work
Wilbur L. DeVoll garage, East
and Olive Streets, Caldwell, Ohio.
Phone 44-J. 32tf
SECRETARY WANTED. Salary
$125.00 to $145.00 month. Per
manent position. Shorthand es
sential. Diversified work. Good
opportunity for right person.
Write Box 90-S, Caldwell, Ohio.
321
WANTED AT ONCE, girl or wo
man for housework and stay
with my aged mother. Could go
home some on weekends. Bird B.
Caldwell, 516 Spruce Street,
Caldwell, Ohio. 32 33 34
CONTRACT television antenna
installation. UHF VHF. Con
tact It. D. Smalley, Caldwell,
Ohio. Phone 722-F-14.
31 32 33pd
CAN USE two men between
ages 21 and 40 for route work.
Neat appearing, willing to work,
no floaters. Call Caldwell 202
after 6:00 p. m. for appointment
Quimby's Holsum Bakery, Inc.
12tf
NOTICES
O. T. JENNINGS TRANSFER
P. U. C. O. No. 3586-1
Call Us
WILLYS SALES A^D SERVICE
Factory Approved Parts
Factory Trained Mechanics
Dutro
For Licensed
Moving and
Hauling.
SicvcnsVAn'Lincs
COAit !0C04'1
—Also Dump Truck Service
Phone 113 Caldwell, Ohio
JA.MES ft. WAT30H
NOliLfc, COLi^l V ALi/iiviAiiEB
Licensed and Bonded
PnONE 274-XR CALDWELL
—Now Address—
607 CUMBERLAND STREET
CALDWELL, OHIO
Brothers
1546 W. Main Phone 23771 Zanesville, Ohio
CALDWELL, OHIO
PUBLIC SALES
WILL OFFER for sale at pub
lie auction at the residence of
the late Edgar Johnson, located
(n
U. S. Route 21, near South
Olive, on Saturday, Feb. 21, 1953,
beginning at 1:00 p. m., the fol
lowing:
Household Goods: Gas cook
stove, square table, dropleaf ta
ble (cherry), chairs, cupboards,
dishes, ironing board, electric
iron, table radio, rocking chairs,
library table, sewing machine
(White), small organ, bed, dress
er, folding lawn chair, and West
inghouse refrigerator.
Also some garden tools, lawn
mower, wash tub, washboard, and
other articles too numerous to
mention.
Terms of sale—Cash.
FRANK O. B^KER—Owner.
Caldwell, Ohio, Route 3.
Howard Dayton, auctioneer.
(Not responsible for accidents)
32 33pd
I WILL SELL at public auction
at my home located seven'miles
east of Caldwell and two miles
west of Middleburg on State Rt.
564, on Friday, March 6, 1953, be
ginning at 12:00 o'clock noon, the
following:
Livestock: Team of horses
Polled Hereford bull, thorough
bled, 18 months old 12 thorough
bred Hereford cows: eight Here
lords, ranging from 8 to 12
months old and four Hereford
calves.
Machinery: New Co-Op E-3
hay loader McCormick mowing
machine hay rake David Brad
ley disc Syracuse hillside plow
shovel plow corn plow iron
wheel wagon, as good as new
hay rack new sled buck rake
wooden harrow new corn sheller,
and iron spreader.
Miscellaneous: Doubletree, with
open links four singletrees two
neckyokes, with tripples two
Strecker Bros, horse harnesses
two Irish horse collars two
sweat pads two bridles two
halters: buggy harness two rid
ing saddles two pianos Edison
Diamond needle victrola banjo
five cider barrels Diamond truck
motor, with transmission casing
pulling oufit set of boiler mount
ings rubber tire log cart, and
gas stove, and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms of sale: Cash.
NORBERT GERST—Owner.
Caldwell, Ohio, Route 4
James Watson, auctioneer.
(Not responsible for accidents)
32 33 34 35
LOST
LOST Big collie dog. Brown
with white spot on neck. An
swers to the name of Rover
Wiley VanDyne, Sarahsville,
Ohio, Route 1. 32pd
NOTICES
NOTICE Inl'ra-red ray baths
and chiropractic treatments
now available in my home. Daily
from 10 to 12, 1 to 4 and 6 to 8
o'clock. Located in Summerfield,
second door from Bode Store
Mrs. E. M. Anderson, Summer
field, Ohio. 32 33 34
INSURE YOUR car or truck
with Motorists Mutual Insur
ance Company. The best com
pany at the time of a loss. Joe
Buckey, Agent, Caldwell, Ohio.
LOCAL HAULING. Coal from
Palmer & Boyd egg and lump
from Byesville coal from Haines
& Lawrence crushed limestone
lime sand and gravel. Amos
Franklin, 402 E. Main street,
Caldwell, phone 207-W. 12tf
WHY WORRY if afflicted with
any skin disease? Ask about
V-J-O. Gillespie's Drug Store,
Caldwell, Ohio. 22pd
NOTICE After Feb. 21 I will
restrict my dental practice to
prosthetic work, or only making
artificial dentures, removable
bridgework and the repair ol
plates. Dr. H. B. Hune, D. D.,
Caldwell, Ohio. 31 32 33pd
INCOME TAX—I will be in my
old office under the Rexall
Store until March 16 to assist in
making out income tax returns
Nights by appointment. Photu
Caldwell 293-M. Charles L. Dyer.
3 Itf
NOTICE TO BIDDERS- The
Jackson Township Board of
Trustees will accept sealed bids
for a new diesel powered tan
dem maintainor. The board will
offer for trade-in one 201 Adams
maintainer, one 15-30 Interna
tional tractor and one Galion
road grader. Bids must be in
hands of clerk by 9:00 a. m. Feb
ruary 14, 1953. Earl R. Way,
clerk, Township Board of Trus
tees, -Coal Run, Ohio, Route 1.
30 31 32
"We Buy and Sell Anything
For the Home"
G. T. JENNINGS
FURNITURE STORE
Phone 113 Caldwell OW«
USED CABS
1949 Pontiac Streamliner
Deluxe 2-Dr.- Radio -Heater
Fully equipped
Exceptionally clean.
1947 Olds '66 2-Dr.
2-Dr. Heater Radio
Hydromatic Very clean
Finished in beautiful jet black.
1946 Chevrolet 4-Dr.
Deluxe Black finish
Heater Radio Extra clean.
1946 Pontiac 8
2-Dr. Heater Radio
Fleeman Pontiac Co.
V. 8. Route 21 South Phone 78
Caldwell, Ohio
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice I* hereby Kivon th*t tfcc
Trustee* of Oliv«* Township. Noble
County, Ohio, will offer for Rale at
public auction on the 2Rth rlay of
February, 1953, at 1:00 P. M., the
followinK described real estate, to-wit:
Situate in the Township of Olive,
County of Noble, and State of Ohio,
and bfinjr a part of the northweHt
of Section 3, Township 6 of
Rmurt? V arid bounded as follows: B«-
Kinnine at a stone on the east line of
naid quarter section 14 8.5 rods south
of the northeast corner and 25 rod-:
north of the Houtheast corner of said
quarter section, th'-nce north KG de
grees wen I 822 feet to a stake on a
bluff on the eest side of the Caldwell
road, witness a while oak 15 inches,
north 64',4 east 17 feet north 24 west
141.8 on said bluff to a stake witness,
white oak 15 inches east 11 feet south
80 decrees east 387 feet to a stake
on east line of said quarter section
south 4 detrrees west 122.9 feet to
commencing point containing in all one
acre, more or less.
Beint the game premises as described
n Volume K". l'ai-*e 504 of the Deed
Records of Noble County, Ohio.
This is known as the South Olive
School House lot. HuildinK* on said
premises may be sold separately.
Hy order of Arthur L. Davis, Elmer
Miller, and Glen Kin*, Trustees, of Baid
Olive Township.
By CLEO HUTCHINS.
Clerk of Olive Township.
81 82 33
In tlu* Court of Common Pleas.
Noble County, Otn»
Harkace I'ryor and Cora Prvor,
Plaintiffs,
—v»—
Ella Perslng, et al.,
Defendants.
Case No. 9250
NOTICE OF SALE
In pursuance of an order of sale in
partition issued out of the Court of
Commoh Plc-as of Noble County, Ohio,
in the i-ase of Harkace Pryor and
Cora Pryor vs Ella Persing, et al., be
ing Caurje No. 9250 in said court, I
will offer at public auction at the
west door of the Court House in said
county on Saturday, the 14th day of
February, 1953, at 10:00 o'clock A. M..
the following described real estate,
to-wit:
Being the oil royalty in and un
derlying the following described
premises:
Situate in the Township of Jef
ferson, County of Noble, and
State of Ohio, and known as the
east part of the southwest quar
ter of Section Thirty-six (36),
Township Six (6) and Range
Eight (81 beginning at the south
east corner of said lot of land,
thence west sixty (60) rods,
thence north one hundred and
sixty (160) rods: thence east sixty
(60) rods, thence south one hun
dred and sixty (160) rods to the
place of beginning containing sixty
(00) acres.
Appraised at Fifty Dollars ($50.00)
Terms ot sale: Cash in hand on day
of sale.
DONALD CONAWAY.
Sheriff of Noble Counts'.
Fred F. Fox,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
28 29 30 31 32
A Journal Classified
Will Pay Dividends'
New Gars
1953 Special 2-Dr. Riviera
1953 Special 4-Dr. Buick
1953 Super 4-Dr. Riviera
Used Cars
1951 Buick Special 4-Dr.
12,000 miles Radio Heatu
Dynaflow
$1,995.00
1950 Buick Super 2-Dr.
1950 Buick Special 2-Dr.
1949 Studebaker 4-Dr.
1946 Plymouth, 4-Door
Sedan
1940 Dodge
$235.00
1939 Packard
$150.00
New Trucks
New 1953 R-112 Pickup
New 1953 L-110 Pickup
V/2 Ton L-160—
154" WB
Used Trucks
1948
Studebaker
Flatbed
$425.00
1949 Ford 2-Ton
Cab and Chassis
$1050.00
1949 F-6 Ford Dump
134 inch W.B., 40,000 miles,
mud flaps, frame reinforced,
two speed, rubber fair, chas
sis and cab excellent, 7x8
Marion body with full cab
protector, springs built Up.
$1,275.00
Used Tractors
One Far mall
$1000.00
One 1938 John Deere
$350.00'
N E W
I-H Machinery
9x7 Tractor Grain Drill
50-T. Hay Baler
45 Balers
Cub Tractors
Super Tractors
Tractor
4
SALLS I SERVICE
U. S. Route 21—South
Phone 72-M Caldwell, Ohio
In the Court of Common Pleas,
Noble County, Ohio
Howard H. Bens,
Plaintiff
—v*—
Mary E. Beattey,
Defendant.
Case No. 9278
NOTICE OF SALE
In pursuant-^ of an ord*r of sale in
partition issued out of the Court of
Common Pleaf) of Noble County, Ohio,
in the ease oi Howard H. Betts vs
Mary E Beattey, ft. al., being Cause
No. 92r/8 in said court, I will offer at
public auction at the west door of
the Court House in said county on
Saturday, the 14th day of February.
1953. at 10:00 o'clock A. the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit:
Being the property in and un
diiiying the following described
premises—
Situate in the Village of Cald
well. County of Noble, and State
of Ohio, to-wit: Situated in the
State of Ohio, in the County of
Noble and in the Village of Cald
well and being Lots Numbered
Two Hundred Eighty-nine (289)
and Two Hundred Ninety (290) in
said Village of Caldwell, Ohio.
Appraised at Five Thousand Dollars
($5,000.00 J.
Terms of sale: Cash in hand on day
of sale.
DONALD CONAWAY.
Sheriff of Noble County.
L. C. Young,
Attorney.
28 29 30 31 32
LEGAL NOTICE
fn the Common I'lea Ciurt ot
Noble County, Uhio.
Case Number 9296
Edward Cox,
I'luintiff
—Vfl—•
Judith Florence Cox, fRffi
Defendant.
NOTICE
Judith Florence Cox, whose last
known addresw was arinn Parade Ho
wick, Auckland, New Zealand, is here
by notified that Rdward Cox has filed
hit petition against her for divorce in
Case Number 9296 of the Common
Pleas Court of Noble County, Ohio, and
that said cause will be for hearing on
or after March G, -1953.
L. C. YOUNG,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
23 rt in si n-2 33
A NEW SERVICE
SEE I S!
G. T. JENNINGS
FURNITURE STORE
Bridge St Caldwell, Ohio
Phone 113
E O
Submitted thru the courtesy (4
the Caldwell Produce Co.
Wednesday, Feb. 11
Heavy hens lb.
Light hens lb. 15c
Heavy springers lb. 27c
Old cocks lb. 12c
Rabbits lb. 20c
Large gr. A white eggs doz. 40c
Large gr. A brown eggs doz. 3Hi_
Large gr. white eggs
8 cylinder Black finish
Radio Heater One owner
Very clean.
1946 Buick 2-Dr. Sedan
Radio- Heater Other extras
Above average.
OTHER LOW-PRICED
USED CARS!
1950 Studebaker 1 y% Ton
LWB Low mileage
Will take a 14 foot flat
Looks and runs like new
WU1 give a guarantee with
this unit.
We hare a complete tine of
New Trucks ranging from
Vfc-Ton to 2-Ton Heavy Duty.
BUCKEY
MOTOR SALES
Phone 65 Caldwell
LOWER PRICES- BETTER BUYS
McCONN ELS VILLE, OHIO
S E I A I E S
1949 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 2-DR. SEDAN. One
owner, local, car in wonderful condition. Very low mileage.
See this one.
Two 1941 PONTIAC 2-DR. SEDANS. Radio, heaters. Very
good thruout.
1946 FORD 1/2-TON PICKUP. Good tries, radio, heater.
Priced right.
1950 FORD CUSTOM 2-DR. ^diQ,. heate^, low roil§age.
This one is new inside and out.
1951 FORD CUSTOM DELUXE 2-DR. Radio, heater, For
domatic drive, four new tires, and ready to go.
1947 CHEVROLET 1-TON TRUCK. Dual Wheels. Flat
Stake bed, 4-speed transmission. Very good farm truck.
1952 CHEVROLET 4-DR. DELUXE SEDAN. This car has
everything on it. One owner and low mileage. Two-tone green.
1951 FORD 2-DR. Radio, heater and overdrive. One owner.
1951 FORD 4-DR. CUSTOM. Fordomatic. Low mileage.
1951 FORD 2-DR. Low mileage. Like new. Radio and
heater. Fordomatic. Priced for quick sale.
1950 FORD CUSTOM 4-DR. Radio, heater and overdrive.
At a bargain price.
1951 FORD i-j-TON PICKUP TRUCK. Like new.
1946 CHEVROLET 1^-TON. Flat bed, 2-speed axle. Runs
very good.
1950 MERCURY CLUB SEDAN. Radio, heater and over
drive. Loaded with extras. A beautiful little car.
1949 MERCURY 4-DR. SEDAN. Overdrive and everything.
One owner. Very low mileage.
1943 PLYMOUTH 2-DR. SPECIAL DELUXE. Radio and
heater. Like new inside and out.
1950 FORD 2-DR. Six cylinder. Spotless, looks and runs
like a new one. Low mileage, traded in on a 1952 model.
1951 CHEVROLET FLEETLINE DELUXE 4-DR. Radio and
heater. Has had only one very careful owner. You can save
many, many $$$$$ on these excellent Used Car values.
1948 PONTIAC STREAMLINER 2-DR. Eight cylinder. Hy
dromatic drive. One local owner. It looks like it just came
off the assembly line. Beautiful 2-tone blue finish.
1949 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 4-DR. SEDAN.
Radio and heater. White sidewall tires. Makes a nice family car.
1947 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDAN. Gray. Good car for all
around driving. Tires, body and motor excellent condition.
Two 1947 PONTIAC 4-DR. SEDANS. These tw0 cars are
fully equipped, sharp and ready to go. Both are clean ap a pin.
1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE CLUB COUPE. Radio, heater,
nice maroon finsh. In excellent condition thruout.
1947 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 2-DR. SEDAN. A
local car that is in very good condition. See this one.
1947 CHEVROLET AERO SEDAN. Radio and heater. Lots
of other extras. This one is also local has had good care.
Priced to sell.
1950 CHEVROLET FLEETLINE DELUXE 2-DR. Radio,
heater and nice green finish. Clean as a pin inside and out.
1951 FORD VICTORIA. Radio, heater and overdrive.
Beautiful two-tone green finish. Low mileage. New set of
white sidewall tires. This car is new inside and out.
1951 CHEVROLET DELUXE 4-DR. Radio, heater and di
rectional signals. Nice dark blue finish. One owner. In ex
cellent condition.
1949-1950 FORD 7-8 1%-TON DUMP TRUCK. Ready to
go to work.
1949 CHEVROLET 2-DR DELUXE SKYLINE. Radio and
heater.
GOOD CHEAP TRANSPORTATION CARS
1941 Chevrolet 2-Dr. 1941 Ford Coupe, good tries. 1941
Ford 2-Dr. 1941 Chevrolet Coupe. 1940 Plymouth 2-Dr.
1939 Chevrolet 2-Dr. Chevrolet Coupe. 2—1941 Pontiacs, good.
THESE CARS ARE ALL WINTERIZED, SERVICED AND
READY TO GIVE YOU THE BEST IN DRIVING COMFORT.
SEE US BEFORE YOU DEAL!
You Can Save Many $$$$$.
Low rate interest financing to suit your needs.
REGULAR FINANCE RATES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!
BILL S MOTOR SALES
93 Fourth St. Phone 358 McConnelsville
Located Below the Sunoco Station, Across from County Garag*
McCONNELSVILLE, OHIO
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doz.
38c
Large gr. brown eggs doz. 36c
Medium A white eggs doz. 37c
Medium A brown eggs doz. 36c
Pullet eggs doz. 30c
Current receipts doz. 35c
Butterfat lb. 61c
USED CARS
1950 Ford 2-Dr. Sedan

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