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THURSDAY. OCT. 16. 1917
SAVORY BRAND
SHARP CHEESE
40©
Lb.
Rox
CRACKERS
Lb.
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST
ORANGES
252 SIZE
33c Doz
SUGAR LOAF BRAND
PORK & BEANS
2 X„3 29c
U. S. NO. 1 G^ADE
POTATOES
59c p«k
Little Elf Brand
Sliced, Heavy Syrup
PEACHES
Del Monte Brand
Deerwood Brand
Tasty—Full Flavored
CATSUP
Little Elf—Deerwood
Fruit Cocktail
Little Elf Brand
White or Yellow Cream Style
CORN
Little Elf Brand
SAUERKRAUT
The Soap That Floats!
IVORY
2 & 31c
SCOT BRAND
PAPER TOWELS
2 Rol,s 31c
IT
fterth'oughts
Z-Z he1 ’service’ 'wasWoneJof tranquil
vbeaut^and^dignity«)
OVeTwerevprovided witl^privacy^and
■especially, considerate.attendance.i
riends^who^w^ revpresentlwere!
vcorded^eyery courtesy.)
JZ7he”'music'was^appropriate^and'com}
porting..
t7heflowerSTwfererran«ed withlun.
derstandingl4rt 9try^
TaullDiller
FUNERAL HOME
'Phono, 222. W-IMafftSn
$2.09
FLAVOR KIST
U. B. C. BRAND
COFFEE
39c
3 Lb- 19
Bag
Any Grind
BRANDS
ALL POPUL
CIGARETTES
Carton
PUERTO RICAN
Sweet Potatoes
B»23c 29c
JUMBO SIZE
PASCAL CELERY
29c staik
Vegetable Shortening
UBISUO
39c
SWIFT’S SOAP FLAKES
BUY BY THE DOZEN
SAVE!
AND
QUICK ARROW
32c
$2.15
$1.23
DOZ.
No. 2% Can
No. 2 Can
DOZ.
14 Oz.
DOZ.
$1.99
$4.89
No. 2% Can
DOZ.
No. 2 Can
DOZ.
No. 2% Can
DOZ.
Brandywine Premier
MUSHROOMS
23*
VOz
wUtz' Can
CAPE con BRAND
PATTIES
Peppermint
A Real Treat
69c
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Reeder of Kenton.
Mrs. M. M. Bogart who is a medi
cal patient in Bluffton hospital is re
ported improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Wiebe and daughter of Willard.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tosh of South
Lawn avenue are on a motor trip to
Florida.
Diller ambulance removal—Mrs.
Jacob Traucht from Findlay hospital
to her home south of Bluffton.
Mrs. Robert Root of Bryan spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Root of North Mound street.
John Kern of Fremont is visiting
at the home of his niece, Mrs. Edgar
Root of North Mound street.
Miss Grace Miller is visiting this
week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S.
E. Fowler and family of Ft. Wayne.
Sight-saving stamp donations are
disbursed by the Lions club
any worthy blind or eye
person.
We’re all going to Chicago for the
big International Harvester day. Our
store will be closed all day October
29 while we’re away. C. F. Nis
wander, McCormick-Deering Dealer.
27
Miss Margaret Groman and Broth
er Morris Groman of South Jackson
street spent the week end in Coving
ton visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr.
1 and Mrs. Cleon Henry and family.
Get your round trip tickets to
Chicago now at C. F. Niswander’s
implement store for the big Inter
1 national Harvester day, Wednesday,
October 29. Special train from
Lima, round trip fare, Lima to
Chicago and return only $7.10. 27
Mrs. Peter Gratz had as her guest
the latter part of last week, Mrs.
R. S. Roseberry, missionary from
French West Africa where Catherine
Gratz is located. Mr. and Mrs. Rose
berry are in Upland, Ind., during
their furlough in this country.
Margery Zuercher and Glenna
Kohler left Friday for Los Angeles
where they expect to remain for an
indefinite time. They made the trip
accompanying John Kohler,
Harry Kohler of California,
Bluffton resident, who
take a new automobile
to California.
came
from
Sight-saving stamp funds will be
used to purchase eye examination
equipment for the public schools.
Duluth Strunk and family of Cher
ry street entertained at dinner, Sun
day: Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Fowler and
son of Ft- Wayne Dr. Daniel Gould
of Pleasant Mills, Ind., and Miss
Grace Miller. Week end callers were
Misses Adelaide Welty, Imogene
Bronson, Edna Lee, Shelia Burk
holder, Diane Hunter, Lucille Steiner,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Duffman and
Chas. Victory.
John Kohler, son of Mr. and
H. L. Kohler of Fresno, Calif.,
a supper guest Thursday night at the
home of his uncle, Albert Kohler and
family suthwest of Bluffton. Kohler
whose father was a Bluffton area na
tive operates a turkey farm in Cali
fornia, having raised 9,000 head last
year. He came east to drive home a
new car from Detroit, leaving on the
return trip Friday morning accompa
nied by Misses Glenna Kohler and
Marjorie Zuercher who will remain
in California for an indefinite time.
Other supper guests at the Kohler
home Thursday night were Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Elliott and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Fisher and family and
James Hilty.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
to assist
impaired
Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Barnes and
Mrs. Gail Rakosky and family w’ere
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Barnes and family of Ft. Wayne.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Suter visited
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Basinger of Rimer and Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Hilty of Spencerville.
See me for memorials of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Mrs. Carrie Lauer of Columbus and
son Gerald Lauer of Sanibel Island,
Florida, were guests of Mrs. Harry
Barnes and family of South Main
street the first of last week.
Basinger ambulance removals—
Mrs. M. M. Bogart from her South
Main street apartment to Bluffton
hospital Mrs. Alva Scoles from her
home on Cherry street to the Findlay
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hawk of Belvi
dere, Ill., spent the latter part of
last week here visiting their parents,
Mrs. Wm. Lightner and Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Hawk.
Fuel oil heaters at Waitermire’s.
Clarence Garlinger of Bakersfield,
Calif., is spending a month at the
home of his brother, John Garlinger.
1 The California man lived in Bluff
ton about 40 years ago.
Mrs. Mont Euller of Lima w
dinner guest of Mrs. Edith Mar
NTorth Main street, Tuesday eve
will be utilized by the Lions club to
help any ■worthy person you may
name in our community.
Mrs. Albert Locher and Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Tatum and daughters
Barbara and Joann of Downey, Ill.,
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Badertscher and
family. Mrs. Tatum is the daughter
of Mrs. Locher and the late Albert
Locher of this place.
Mrs. Will Lightner of Washington
street, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hawk of
Belvidere, Ill., who visited here over
the week end and Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Blunk of Lima spent Sunday
with relatives at Sidney and Oran.
Among those calling on Mrs. Ros
coe Blakesley at Bluffton hospital
the past week were Mrs. Clara May
of Waverly
McComb, Mrs. J. O. Gi
lay, Mrs. Lizzie Perry
towji and Mrs. Polly
New Stark.
Mrs. Ida Minor of Washington,
D. C. Mrs. Cora Basinger of Col.
Grove and Mrs. Victoria Seitz and
daughters Barbara and Gretchen of
Lima visited
Lora of South
Mr. Lora who
the past three
the same but
WANT-ADS
For sale—Sweet ci
Wednesday. Albert
miles south of Bluff
Leaf rakes at Wai
Wanted—To do cu
with Massey-Harris
Clyde Hauenstein, 5
Bluffton on Bentley
mile east.
566-Y,
For sale
Kitchen Kt
heating and
Furniture s1
For sal
stamp program is
by the Lions club
of Bluffton and
Sight-saving
being conducted
for the benefit
vicinity.
Hochstettler, Mary
Misses Lorena
Shey, Treva Everett and Mrs. Chris
tine Harris spent the weekend in
Cleveland where they attended the
Ice Capades of 1948.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Tuttle and
son Tommy of Spencer, Iowa, were
guests of Mrs. M. M. Kibler of South
Main street, Friday.
E. C. Romey, cashier of the
Citizens National bank who was in
jured in the automobile accident last
month has been removed from Bluff
ton hospital to his home on South
Main street where he is convalescing.
their brother Oscar
Main street, Tuesday,
has been bedfast for
months remains about
receives callers daily,
stamp money helps
Augsburger, Bluffton phofie.
Lost—$10 in currency^ between
Hauenstein drug store and Moyer’smen’s
appliance shop, Saturday night. Re
ward. Finder return to City Market.Main
Sight-saving
keep darkness from the eyes and the
soul. Contribute your share.
Gray shingles at Waitermire’s.
Misses Dora and Stella Kirchhofer,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Bixel and daughters Misses Fem and
Dora motored to Orrville, Sunday
met
and
where the Misses Kirchhofer
their brother Delvin Kirchhofer
wife who were visiting there,
and Mrs. Bixel and daughters vi
her brother Peter Baumgartner
sister, Mr
ter Miss Alice Steiner.
u. s.
Wanted—1 want Ito buy old
coins. Also scarce dates of coins now
found in circulation Highest prices
paid. Robert Benroth, 612 S. Main
Street. Telephone 842-Y.
Wanted—Clean, light rags 10c
pound. Steiner Chevrolet Sales. 27
See our material^ and samples for
rebuilding and recovering chairs,
living room suites, Ate. Work guaran
teed. Murray Ufholstering
Thurman St.
For sale—Used I
heating stove at W
Thermoseal sto
screens, storm
stripping in
metal adjustable
sures 30% fuel
payment plan.
Russell Co. For
call James Balmer,
S. Main, Bluffton.
shop,
lined
(lack brick
Itermire’s.
windows
and weather
ermanent unit,
sure frame sa
vings. Liberal
duct of F. C.
demonstration
stributor, 123%
hone 309-Y.
ver truck, auto
rray Upholster-
with
sa
one
cl
s
fr
We repair and re
and bus cushions.
ing Shop, Thurman
son of
former
east to
Detroit
Coal buckets at W
For sale—Good e
Clarence Steiner, Bl
For sale—Weathe
tion doors and wind
kiln-dried California
free estimate call
Beaverdam phone 17
Frederick of
Dr. and Mrs. H. O.
Ashtabula and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Frederick of Canton were callers
here Saturday. Mrs. H. O. Frederick
remained to spend the week with
Mrs. Edith Mann of North Main
street.
termire’s.
ting potatoes,
ton phone, tf
Seal combina
s, made from
redwood. For
J. Reagan,
72. tf
er made every
ugsburger, 2
n. tf
rmire’s.
combining
elf propelled.
iles south of
road and
28
Buy work gloves by|the dozen and
save. Geiger & Dille
For sale—Timothy
Rickly, 3 miles sout
road.
Stove pipes at Walt
W anted—Sales
time for natUn
pliance. Stea/y/
tunity for ad{pn
Marsh, 211 Richardson
4, Ohio.
Mrs.
Mrs.
was
canaries, 1947 hatch
full song $10 and $12.
Buckeye Trailer Co.,
Call Beaverdam phone 4
For
Sarah
nezer
For
shock. -.
tf
Howard
Bentley
26
eed.
on
mire’s,
all or
vertised
with oppor
Write R. W.
part
ap-
Idg., Toledo
26
male singer
ies now in
ext door to
For sale—Beautiful
Beaverdam.
32
les. Mrs.
it on Ebe
north,
corn in
sale—Baldwin a
Lehman, 2 miles w
road and 1 mil
sale—20 acres go
F. C. Badertscher! or Wade
piece living room
i in good
Thompson, phone
For sal
ite aiso 11*4 byp.5 rug!
ndition. Jos.
setf white porcelain
ok, i-hole combination
cooktfig stove. Basinger’s
ore. I
-Use 7% by 9 reversible
ger Furniture store.
For sale­
rug. Basin
e—Traly stainless steel sink
with Queets, sm:
complete
top, reduced tojsell
for outstandi
Furniture stor
it at once
Basinger’s
See
A value.
I
Jding baby
'Jackson St
ball used
Jsleeps four,
brakes,
Tape.
For sale—Fi
Inquire 209 N
For sale—S
house trailer,
kitchen, electr
all in good s
miles west o:
Phone 649-T.
carriage 5.
t., Bluffton.
Trotwood
heater,
six ply tires,
Philip Hilty, 2
Bluffton on Rt.
do com picking. M. B.
390-R.
resh sweet cider 35c
o Duchess pears. Evan
Wanted—To
ohnson, phon
For sale—I
per gallon ah
Sommer.
enown kitchen range
kerosene room heater
and some pipe with
For sale—T
also 2-burner
pitcher pump
same. John
Lawn Ave.
Badertscher, 145 S.
pple butter and variety
les. Calvin Garmatter,
of Bluffton.
labbit hutches, cheap.
3, Bluffton phone.
Winter apples and cider
Augsburger fruit farm,
For sale—
of winter app
5 miles
For
yman
sale—
Barm
I
For
A1bert.
of tovs
sale—i
croc|
daily.
south 1
For
gallon
Frank
Mrs. J. A. Wilson of
lant of Find
of Williams-
Marquart of
Lost-
will be dis-
Sight-saving stamps
tributed October 20 by the Lions
club. Give as much as possible.
Several gallon and ’2
s for apple butter,
schwander.
binder repairs. Finder
to C. F. Niswander.
—Cord
retun
please
Reward.
For sale
com crib, ch
winter apple
if you pick
fruit farm
Round corrugated steel
■ap if taken soon. Also
Pears 75c per bushel
them. E. P. Steiner
mile east of town.
6.00 by 16 tires,
’herry St., Bluffton.
White enamel Monarch
IJsed
For sale—
Inquire 140
For sale
coal range
women’s wh
size 6
size 7.
South
For sale-
Estate Heatrola
ite shoe roller skates
black shoe roller skates
chard Oberly, 503-A,
t.
Rabbits: New Zealand
some bred.
White breeding does,
Call evenings after 5:30 p. m.
Brauneller, 1% miles north
miles east of Jenera. Jenera
Mr.
sited
and
Clara Steiner and daugh-
Sam
and 2
phone.
Mrs.
For sale—Child’s tricycle.
Paul Faze, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Ford hot water heater,
excellent condition. Priced to sell.
C. Sommer, 101 N. Main St.
Wanted—Refined woman to train
as corsetiere at our expense. A
permanent career for you. Work in
Bluffton. Not canvassing. Garments
carry 30 day money back guarantee.
Write: Mrs. Laura Edman, 1062
Hughes Ave., Uma, Ohio.
For sale—Quinces. Bluffton phone
412-T.
Genuine Flex-O-Glass, Wyr-0
Glass, Glass-O-Xet and screen gless
now in stock at Waitermire’s.
For sale—Attractive one-floor plan
house, 5 rooms, full basement, hot
air furnace. Xine acres, barn and
poultry house, Located on good high
way. Immediate possession. Mrs.
H. W. Althaus, phone 238-W. F.
Garretson, broker.
For sale—Apples: Baldwins and
Winesaps, several grades also cider
Elmer
apples. Bring containers.
Nusbaum, 4 miles north of
dam on Rt. 696
Beaver
For sale—Rod grader,
or grain conveyor, 1 heavy 10 ton
trailer, 3 range boilers, 1 coal and
1 kerosene water heater, 4 Ford
Ferguson tractor tires, 2 cistern
pumps, 1 sink/ 3 H. P. gasoline
engine pump jack, tank pump, 2
Fordson fenders Stanley M. Vert
ner, Beaverdam phone
Beaverdam, Ohio.
20' dir
Who is he?
WHO is the person you are
most anxious to see imme
diately aftfer fire destroys
your business?
Prompt service and
equitable st 111 e ent of
every loss ijave earned this
Hartford Agency many
friends and new customers.
May we Jielp you to be
adequately Insured?
Phone: 295-W
113’4 8. Main Street
Bluffton
tment of Yillfold
Call Bettje Jea
113-R. RewXd.
southwes town, Bluffton
Wanted—To buy
ish to deal din
‘arm of 60 acres
:tly with owner.
Must include inotfern house, good
land and on hard {surface highway.
Truman Thompsorl Gen. Delivery,
Rawson, Ohio.
For sale—White! enameled Sears
Roebuck three burter coal oil stove
with oven. Mrs. Anna Klapp, 311
Cherry St.
sleeping
For rent—Large
room. Jack Clark, ill
For sale—Five I burner kerosene
stove with oven. Jack Clark. 111%
N. Main St.
For sale—Vanitu dresser and bed
with box springs |roehler all wool
two piece frieze living room suite
Perfection oil heading stove. Mrs.
Zoe Zehrbach, apartment above Vel’s
Beauty Box, corner!Main & Vine Sts.
tf
Rite-way milkers |at Waitermire’s.
Farms for sale—30 acres, excellent
black and sandy lokm soil, windmill
operated well, stock shed also 100
acres fine land witk plenty of good
buildings. C. D. Batie, 124 E. Jeffer
son. A. D. Gratz, looker.
(Want Ads)
Everhot roasterets at Waitermire’s.
Business opportimity—Prosperous
small ladies hat aijd clothes store.
Excellent reason for ■sacrificing. C. D.
Bame, 124 E. Jeffergon. A. D. Gratz,
broker
for a LANE Cedar Hope Chest
MAKE "SOMEBODY” HAPPY TODAY!
I
LANE
BIRTHDAYS
CHRISTMAS
The Perfect Gift for
PAGE FIVE
Building opportunity—Lot 50 by
150 overlooking! Harmon field and
located at rear of S. Main street
property. Has 2-story barn with base
ment which can be converted into a
home. Only $fe00. C. D. Bame, 124 E.
Jefferson. AJ D. Gratz, broker.
(Run in Watt Ads)
For sale-|-1935 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan. Bricej Main, 6 miles east of
Bluffton.
For sale—jBeautiful 8 rooms, land
scaped, one acre in Col. Grove, im
mediate possession. Mrs. Lawrence
Schumacher! Pandora phone 76-E. 27
For sale—{Winter apples also cider
apples. W. G. Carr, 3% miles north
of town. I 29
For sale—jPears ready to can also
apples and pie pumpkins. Robert
Basinger, fi^st house north of Morn
ing Star Press.
For sale—Red reversible coat, size
12 also grden shorty size 14. Call
phone 595-Ti
For sale—FA Case combine Mas
sey- Hairis 7|ft. combine, both motor
driven. F. Ml Barber or Geo. Mellott,
Bryan, Ohio.l 27
Expert Tree Service
Trimming 1 RemowYg
Bracing pprayi
Power Sawing
ENGAGEMENTS CONFIRMATIONS
WEDDINGS ANNIVERSARIES
No more thrilling gift for sweetheart, sister, daughter or mother!
More than a Hope Chest, LANE is the only tested AROMA
TIGHT Chest id the world—with Lane’s exclusive patented
features. Backed py free moth insurance policy! Come in to«Uv*
Choose from ou^ beautiful, new styles, just arrived!
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-fiye Years of Dependable Service
A full hour of Vilrici Story—A Christian Group of Talented
Artists form the Cast—photographed in Brilliant, Natural Color.
Presented by Rev. |)ouglas W. Hine, formerly with “America
Back to God” quartet
A REMINDER
Railroad Tickets on sale at our store for the Special
Train going to Chicago, October 29 for the Inter
arvester Centennial.
national
Round Trip
Ticket only
Feeding
Frew Estimates
D. L. SCHUCK
118 Edith Awe., Findlay, Ohio
Findlay Te^phone 2091-W
No. 2110
As Advertised
SEVENTEEN and COLLIER’S
A Soul-stirring Film
The Missing Hiristians"
o
Evangelical Mennonite Church
South Jackson Street
Monday ligU, October 211 at 7:30
S7.IO
Get your tickets today and avoid disappointment
First come—first served.
C. I. Niswandor
McCormick-Deering Dealer

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