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THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1948
Weekend Fishing Good
Anglers who chose to stay home
and fish local waters over the Fourth
enjoyed good luck. Some who had
just returned from a northern fishing
trip, stated they had better fishing
here than in Michigan waters.
At the Buckeye quarry one of the
Koontz boys from the Sinclair Sta
tion snagged a few channels Sunday
after he had churned up the quarry’
with an outboard. Other anglers also
stated the channels were starting to
bite. Water at the Buckeye is quite
clear and in excellent condition.
Tests have proven the
let Rs prove it.
FOR BUILDING—
Specify DUNBRIK—t
color variety $25 per thousand and
I i bli
Having sold my proper:y
for household goods, I will n
street, Beaverdam,
CONSERVATION AFFAIRS
Happenings Pertaining to Woods, Waters and Wildlife
By THE BLUFFTON COMMUNITY SPORTSMEN’S CLUB, Inc.
Highest Market Price for
Poultry and Eggs
Country Route Service—a phone call
brings our truck to your door.
Charles Kinsinger
PHONE 492-W
Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohio
For BETTER DRAINAGE
this spring use
CONCRETE DRAIN TILE
Fishermen at the Water Works
quarry’ snagged outstanding catches
all last week. Bob Furry, Lima, land
ed 37 channels in three evenings of
fishing. Two tagged ones were among
the catch.
Sunday evening Bob’s young son
had just landed a big channel and was
excited to see the fish had a tag. Bob
removed the hook and while attempt
ing to put the fish in a live bag the
critter gave a sudden lurch, slipped
through his fingers and plunged in
the quarry, tag and all. Your writer
did happen to read the number on the
Mnch Sizes
Iii 4-5-6-
Ten Day De
ivery at Present
worth of Concrete Drain Tile—
ie better brick. Wide range of
up.
BLUFFTON CEMENT BLOCK CO
Phone 213-W or 365-W
Public Auction of Real Estate
35 Acres on Saturday morning, July 10,1948
at 10 a. m.
Mill sell the following described real estate at public auction on the
■premises located 5 miles west of Lima. O., on Baxter-rd, 2nd house
on south side of road, Baxter-rd is 1st road north of Elm-St-rd.
Known as Bird Farm. This farm contains 35 acres more or less of
good soil, has excellent drainage^ and is all under cultivation. Locat
ed in American-tp, section 31, and Shawnee School District.
House and buildings: House hps 6 rooms plus bath, electricity,
basement, furnace, pressure water system, good foundation, roof like
new, asbestos shingle siding, partially insulated. Poultry house ap
proximately 111 18' with concrete floor, has running water. Double
garage with feed room. Other
etc. Concrete slab for feeding
buildings equipped for poultry o
farming community, close to sc]
Terms: $1,000 cash on day of sa
to purchaser. Inspection at you
premises Wednesday’ evening, Jul
auctioneer.
FRED BIRD, LILI
Ohio Real Estat
mildings including implement shed,
hogs. This is an ideal farm, has
hog business, located in excellent
ools and churches.
Ie, and balance on delivery of deed
convenience, auctioneer will be on
7. For additional details contact
AN BIRD, Owners
License No. 4355
DORSEY P. MILLER, Auctioneer
Phone 6-4326
i Sale
and having no further use
ell at public auction, on Main
Saturday, July ICth
Beginning a 1:00 P. M.
The following property:
Living room suite kn
dining room suite 9 by 12
small rugs rockers electric
cabinet 2 small matching
chairs bed with springs ha
ers electric sweeper large a
some tools water pressure ta
articles.
tehole desk library stand
yin rugs 2 rugs 9 by 12 12
tove, good condition kitchen
cabinets kitchen table 4
1 mirror end table 2 dress
i^ortment of dishes pictures
nj *4 H. P. motor, and other
I
Terms—Cash
Ed Bogart, Ctunor
Wm. Amstutz, Auct. T. V. Stirn, Clerk
tag which was 48195A sponsored by
Greding Hardware.
Merritt Green snagged 65 channels
last week at the Water Works, 17 of
them were caught on Thursday night.
So far his family has landed 4 tagged
fish.
Merritt Herman, Lima, landed 4
channels. Two of them tagged.
Doc and Mrs. Ludwig and Twylah
snagged 7 channels during the week.
Most channels were taken with
crawlers, but Sunday evening, fish
were taking minnows readily with
worm fishing at a standstill.
Howard Edinger’s young sons are
now’ in the bait business. Worms and
crawlers are obtainable at jthe
Edinger farm one mile East of Bluff
ton on route 103. We hope the boys
will also handle minnows.
Here’s Good Fish Story
Fisherman Ed Michaelson, Pierre,
S. D., caught a big one but it got
away.
Casting for bass, Michaelson felt
his plug snag on the backcast. Turn
ing, he found it caught on a horse
which galloped away taking the lure
and most of Michaelson’s line with
it. Michaelson managed to save his
rod and reel.
Set Squirrel Hunting Dates
Ohio squirrel hunters will have
from Sept. 15 to Sept. 30 to try their
luck this y’ear, announces Ohio Con
servation and Natural Resources
Commission.
It said bag limits will be the same
as in previous years.
At a meeting last week the com
mission tentatively set Nov. 15 for
the opening of the trapping season.
It set the starting hour at 9 a. m.
It postponed setting the closing
date, closing hour and bag limit until
more is known about the probable
number of animals in the field.
“We shall set the date of closing
when we know what our crop is,”
commission member Emory Beetham
said.
The commission decided to retain
the state’s closed season on Hungar
ian partridge and skunk. It voted a
closed season on groundhogs, effect
ive from March 1 to June 15.
It deferred setting the dates and
regulations for this year’s deer sea
son until its September meeting.
The hunting season on rabbits and
pheasants will open at 9 a. m. on
Nov. 15 but the closing date and the
bag limits will be decided in Septem
ber.
Another deer season is planned for
northeastern Ohio for shotgun hunt
ers and archers and it is expected to
be longer than last year, mainly be
cause so
few
deer were killed last
season and the whitetails are getting
plentiful in that section of the state.
Dates have not been set.
LEGAL NOTICE
Mary A. Hadding-, whose place of residence
is 607 Michigan Avenue. N. E.. Grand Rapids.
Michigan, is hereby notified that Eugene F.
Hadding has filed his petition against her for
divorce and all proper rllief. on the grounds
of gross neglect of duty,
three years’ wilful absent
in (he Court of Comn
County, Ohio, at Lima,
be heard and decided af
six weeks from the firs
notice.
extreme cruelty, and
», in case No. 38305
on Pldta of Allen
hio. Said cause may
er the expiration of
publication of this
Eugene F. Hadd
ng. Plaintiff
r. His Attorney
Ohio. 16
By Clarence C. Mill
504 Citizens Bldg., Linn
For Vig )r
and He ilth-
include meat in your menu.
1
Always ready I
o sene you.
SWANK BROS.
Fresh and 5 alt Meats
Z'
Season’s J[ear for
POISOt IVY
Take special car
hikes thru tht
wherever poiso
grow. Learn to
leaf. If you con
an abundant lat
dry soap.
on picnics,
woods, or
i ivy may
icognize the
tact it, apply
ler of laun-
Then Apply P. H. D.
This double ac
goes right to wc
the rhus toxicac
causes the irrit
Get P. H. D.
Keep It Handy
:i n antidote
i k—destroys
ejidrol which
a aon.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
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A. Hauenstein & Son
The Corner Drug Store
Armorsville
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Atkinson and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Borce and daugh
ters of Detroit spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and
family’.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guider of Pon
tiac, Mich., spent the week end with
Miss Margaret Guider. Sunday’ dinner
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Guider,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and son
Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Guider
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
McCafferty. Afternoon callers were
Mrs. Myrtal Wheaton and daughter
Ida and Mr. Carl Myers of Gilboa.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery,
Sr., and daughter called at the C. W.
Montgomery- home, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Enck of Find
lay called Sunday eve at the Lee
Clauss home.
L. A. S. and W. S. W. S. of the
Liberty Chapel church meets this
Thursday’ p. m. with Mrs. Bernice
Kimmel.
Jimmy Swank of Detroit is spend
ing several days at th© Harry Moore
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Moser and family of Lima.
Afternoon callers were Mrs. Chas.
Zerantie and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery’
and daughters spent Sunday eve with
Under Ohio stup.s
FLOODS DURING SPAWNING SEASOd
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'N™E LAST THREE
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LATE BROODS AND
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reams.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huntley of
Blytheville, Ark., are spending a few
days at the H. O. Hilty home.
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Knowledge of Pharmacy
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Only licantod pbarmocbh wWh col-
lege education and long experience
In their profession are permitted Io
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Our first consideration Is to fvtfill
your physician's desires,
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BLUFFTON, OHIO
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $9 for Horses $11 for Cows
I According to size and condition.
Hogs according to size and condition.
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
___________BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC.
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cr lam, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
MR. FARMER:
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Summer or Winter
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