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For Salc— DeVier Property Two adjoining acre each. House and barn House number Main Street, Blufft Address: ERNEST DKVIER 123 E. Mcbibben St., Lima, Ohio HERE’S THE Rl ASON WHY FREEMAN HI-LIFT.. MEDIATE IDelivery. formation. Ri I UK I— 2 4 v/WY pi. lots* one n one lot. 83 South n, Ohio. H?"w Francis Basmger, D. D. S Evan Basmger, D. D. S. Telephone 271-W/\ Bluffton, Ohio hydraulic twin cylinder loader Headd. the. Way,! id BIG CAPACITY LOADER with PUMP Design 'd for Loader Use for All Tractors This work-hungry hydra lie loader is built to give dependable serv ice with minimum maint inance. Low built for proper weight dis tribution, the Freeman Ldader safely carries a BIG load high. No belts, chains, pulleys or unnecessary cables. Leak proof caps sealj in the abundant smooth power that is easily controlled from driver’s seat. Freeman’s Hvdro-Pac Pump is the only pump designed for loader use that fits the power take off of Any Model Tra t1l ... no belts or chains. Dual design pc rm its iridependent opera,t|on of another hydraulic unit at the same tinle loach»r is in use. Hav Sweep and Bu11 Dozer attachment make the Freeman ader the hired man thit never gets tired or fired one that H?s the 'work of six mei Freernan Loader andI Hydro-Jac Pump are available for Im- Stop in for a Free Folder and complete in- Designed and Built by World’s Largest Manufacturer of Load ers and Pumps Sold Exclusively Through Implement Dealers. O. C. Hurscy & Sons John Deere Sales & Service Phone 172-W Vance St., Bluffton Open Saturday Night i \JJ I It SIGNALS If you detect any of the following symptoms, see your doctor at once. It may not mean cancer, but if it should, remember that most cases can be cured if treated in time. Any sore that does not heal particularly about the tongue, mouth or lips. Do not pass it off as “nothing at all.” Go to the doctor. or birthrmrk. Do not try salves or ointments. Go to the doctor. 5 A painless lump or thicken ing, especially in the breast, lip, or tongue. Don’t wait “to see what happens.” Go to the doctor. 9 Irregular bleeding or dis v" charge from any natural body opening. Do#not wait for pain. Go to the doctor. Persistent indigestion. Do not wait for loss of weight. Go to the doctor. 6plained Persistefat hoarseness, unex cough, or difficulty in swallowing. Do not assume that it is due tolsmoking or some other form ot irritation which will clear up. Co to the doctor. 7 Progressive change in the color or size of a wart, mole Any changt in normal bowel habits. Dorft attempt to di agnose yourself. Go to the doctor. SEND COUPON FOR FREE BOOKLET THAT TELLS THE FACTS ABOUT CANCER AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY! 4 7 Beaver Street, New York 4, N. Y.\ Send free booklet by, medical authoAtie*. Name .............................. A.. Address Tli is advertisement sponsored by the Bluffton City Federation of Women’s Clubs I Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Cunningham will leave Aug. 24 on a trip around the world. Three years ago they travelled 14,000 miles, visiting eleven European countries. News Our Grandfathers Read From Issue Of August 24, 1911 C. P. Althaus and Miss Laura Wilson were married in Ferris, Ill. Rev. W. S. Morrows are packing household goods preparatory to moving to Wooster. Levi Oberly’s had an old fashioned apple cutting at their home. Forrest Everett Mumma and Miss Malinda May Cook were married at the Harrod House at Lima. Rev. Richards performed the ceremony. Miss Ruth Stauffer and Miss Agnes Sechler are employed at the telephone office. Miss Bessie Kerns and Edgar Root were quietly married at Windsor, Canada. The young couple will make Bluffton their future home. Miss Ethel Steinman entertained the class of 1911 of Bluffton High Boost Yields OF SMALL GRAINS, FLAX, CORN, AND PASTURES CONTROL WEEDS WITH A PROVEN ESTER FORMULATION OF 2,4-1) Proved on more than 500,000 farm acres penetrates weed leaves within 6 minutes—won’t wash off! Clean* field* for higher yield*! Goa* on fad—farmer* spray 7 to IS acres per hour! Goes far—% P,n*2 pint* In 5 gallons of water caver* 1 acre when applied by proved new method. Ute light, low-cod •pray attachment. FRFf BULLETINS. See COVSR THi FABTH your farm supply dealer today for free information hulletina on Weed-No-More and new low-gallonage spray ing. Or Write direct to Agricultural Chemical* Division, 1202 Midland bldg., Cleveland 1,0. PRODUCT OF SHERWIN WILLIAMS tUStMCH C. F. Niswonder Bluff! n, Ohio THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO school in honor of Miss Winifred Morrow who will leave for Wooster. I. B. Stith moved his sawmill to the K eine property on College avenue near the L. E. & W. Rail way. Charies Vertner hiis started oper ating his cider mill near the Rock port sc hoolhouse. T. G. Scheid was given the plumb ing contract for the new high school building. The total cost is $4,550. Alva Anderson has purchased a farm in southern Michigan and will move this fall. Miss Vera Coburn took part in the annual chautauqua at Lake Park, W est Va. Miss Elizabeth Kohli arrived home from Moody Bible Institute at Chica go- Richland Center Richland Grange will observe Rural Life Sunday at a basket dinner. heir hall with Mr. and Mrs. John Balmer and son Morris spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Al lert Balmer. Mr. and Mrs. Warnui Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl spent Sunday with Mr. and Fisher of Monroe, Mi Mrs. Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Wilf rd Gratz and daughter Sharon Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and family were Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz. Aftemoo n callers were Mr. and Mrs. Reno Gi Mr. and Mrs. Amo1 Gerber, ami Mr. and Mrs. Rober! Gerber and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eisenbach of Pandora. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daughter Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin vere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and family in honor of their daughter Patsy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mattei and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son Rodney. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hirshfield and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Hirshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart and daughter called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cookson and son Lee of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Hiriam Neuenschwander, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman and family called Sunday afternoon at the Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strahm of Lima called Sunday at the Walter Schau blin home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shrider spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Roily Moser and sons. Armorsville Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewing, Mrs. Mary Friedley of Dunkirk were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. McCafferty were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty. Mrs. Edith Schaffer and son Jim my called at the Erwin Moser home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman call ed on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grismore and family, Sunday evening. I have always been deeply appreciative of the vote in Your Community. Be as sured I will not break faith with You. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Montgomery and grandsons Johnny and Geo. Nor ris Stultz, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and daughter Sue and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matter of Lima. Mrs. O. P. Hartman called on her granddaughter Mrs. Norman Fens temaker and son at the Bluffton Hospital Saturday. Floyd B. Griffin Republican Candidate for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin called on Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty Sunday evening. General Assembly Floyd B. Griffin, Spencerville, Ohio Beaverdam Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vanmeter and family and Mrs. Cynthia Elliott were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt and family at Perrys burg. Mrs. Lillie Anderson was a Sun day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson and family at Cairo. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lutterbein en tertained the members of the Vesp perian S. S. class of the Methodist church at their home on Wednesday evening. Mrs. I. J. Amstutz and son Wend ell, Miss Marilyn Purtell of Lima, Mrs. Clay Searfos of Col. Grove, Mr. Ernest Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook and Mrs. Chris Gratz of Bluffton attended the funeral of Alfred Cook Jr., at Jeffer son, Ohio, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W m. Younkman. Bernard Gratz and Patsy Michael attended the Operetta “Tom Sawyer” at Pandora High school on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stirn of Lima were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Stirn and son David. Arthur Recker spent the weekend in Detroit where he attended the wedding of his sister on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bowers and son of Ada, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson and family of Pandora were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Lillie Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fisher of Cairo, Mi’s. H. H. Fisher and child ren of Lima were Thursday evening guests of Miss Ruth Durkee. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larue, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. younkman are spending s few days with Mr. and Mrs. Olan Larue at Mansfield. Phiiiniiirv IS OUR BUSINESS A UR first consideration is proper professional service for our cus tomers Service which only col lege graduation, state licensure and' years of experience can give. That is what we offer you when you bring your prescriptions to us. SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP Prescription Pharmacy Nowhere else beauty like this! New styling! New colors! New upholstery fabrics! All this added to the basic Big-Car luxury of Chev rolet’* famous Body by Fisher. Remember— this body is exclusive to Chevrolet and higher-priced cars. D. C. BIXEL, O. D. GORDON BIXEL, O. D. 122 Sooth Mai i SU, Blaffton ET EMIGHT PE CI A LISTS Office Hour*: #:00 A. M__ 5:M P. Open Fwntugs Wed. A Sat. 7s00 to Ctoifd Thgnp ay Afternoon. FOR HU From its styling to its stamina from its road-acticr to its ride*** ■Afgggpwwwwy*!« You'll enjoy much greater comfort jin Chevrolet for 1948. It bring* you tje Big-Car riding-»moothnes» and roaa steadine** of the Unitized Knee Action Gliding Ride. Another feature found only in Chevrolet and mor® expensive cars. For BETTER DRAINAGE this spring use Spec: color varj BLUF THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1948 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULIN| Every Loafi STAGER BROS CONCRETE DRAIN TILE In 4-5-6-8-Inch Sizes Ten Day Delivery at Present Testt have proven the worth of Concrete Drain Tile— let us pr ve it. CAAK/Ty-1500LBS. 8-F SPAN C0VERA6E Bluffton, Ohio LDING—• fy DUNBRIK—the better brick. Wide range of ety $25 per thousand and up. ETON CEMENT BLOCK CO. Phone 213-W or 365-W TRACTOR-SEAT-COHTMUfO MATERIAL FLOW LEVER. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED O. C. Hursey & Sons John Deere Sales & Service VANCE STREET BLUFFTON Open Saturday Night STEINER CHEVROLET SALES BLUFFTON, OHIO First jn all-round quality in T...WBt—rf the entire low-price field! How you] and_ your family will enjoy ownership of this newer, smarter, fr, —not in dr and const! well. That’lis official na! rolets, acct any other CHEVROLE•HAND 1 1 ft CHEVROLET ier Chevrolet for 1948! It brings you BIG-CAR QUALITY ie item only, but in every phase of styling, engineering uefion—and brings it to you AT LOWEST COST, as why more people drive Chevrolets, according to ionwide registrations—and more people want Chev ^ding to seven independent nationwide surveys—than hake of car. That is why you, too, will agree that ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST in all-round value! Just a* you'll find no equal for Chevrolet value, »o you’ll find no equal for Chevrolet service. Safeguard your transportation by bringing your present car to us for skilled service, now and at regular intervals, pending delivery of your new Chevrolet!