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THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1919
A more
If you are
your fields this
limestone meal,
farm when you
Phone 142-W
Leonard Gratz, Auctioneer
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton, Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
Agricultural Limestone Meal
AAA Test—102% Neutralizing
efficient form of limestone
for soil treatment
anticipating application of limestone on
summer ask us about the advantages of
Truck deh very from our quarry to your
want it.
If you have already placed your order, phone us when
you want delivery.
Following rates—hauled and spread on your fields
Richland Twp. $2.10 Ton
Orange Twp. 2.50 Ton
Union Twp. .. 2.50 Ton
Eluffton Stone Company
Public Sale
Due to the death of my 1'
Auction on the premises whicl
Beaverdam, on Route 696, on
at 1 O’clock P. M.
The following: Frigidaire electric range, Norge refriger
ator, Maytag washer, electriq iron, mohair davenport,
electric lamps, one 9 by 12, rug, one 11'3" by 12' rug, dining
room table, buffet and chairs, library table, bookcase, rock
ing chairs, cupboard, mirror, bell and spring, single bed, 2
dressers, commode, stands, curtains, 9 by 12 Congoleum
rug, crocks and jars, dishes, 100 cans of canned fruit,
books, Globe heatrola, copper kettle, iron kettle, carpenter
tools, 110 ft. new hay rope, 3 tohs of loose hay, 150 bales
of timothy hay, one 1 horse wagjon and rack, spring tooth
harrow, 12 Leghorn hens, 9 Shropshire ewes with 10 lambs
at side, 1 Shropshire buck, and oilier articles too numerous
to mention. I
Jackson Twp. .$2.60 Ton
Alonroe Twp. 2.60 Ton
Van Buren Twp. 2.60 Ton
Owner, MRS. ESTELLA AMSTUTZ
(Executrix of the Estate of Jacob Amstutz,
|deceased)
lower
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
Authorized Ford Sales & Service
131 Cherry St. Bluffton, Ohio Phone 172-W
Bluffton, Ohio
usband, I will sell at Public
is located 2 miles north of
Saturday, July 23
(Mildred Jennings, Clerk
Pendjonal
Harvest Moon
rumble down Che
morning until aft
their turn at the i
and oats on
corn crop 1that
either of them in the offin
roasting ears on
farmers busy
off
sociable
streets
and
than
and
table
until dusk knocked
Saturday for
town streets of the business
section and parking lots filled with
cars and
wherever
space in
districts
the dinner
from dawn
early last
evening in
late arrivals parking
they happened to find
the outlying residential
more parking space is
one of Bluffton’s top
with one of the North Main street
spots slated
parking
tion will be worse Harmon field
popular with future drum majorettes
competing for top honors in a baton
be changed from
to
to a used car lot, the situa-
those uniforms must have been the
original inspiration for “Buttons and
Bows’’ and night ball games
flourishing under the lights with the
fans getting all pepped up since
fortunes of the Bluffton teams
taking, a turn for the better
and Bluffton municipal politics
ways unpredictable—may write
other chapter with a candidate
mayor
the
sip has it that
comes from the county higherups—
that's the way its looks now—may
be tomorrow it’ll be different—can’t
tell anything about Bluffton politics
these days—not even the night be
fore election when a surprise write
in campaign upsets all the dope.
There were a lot of Bluffton area
people*who craned their necks and
squinted skyward last Saturday noon
to see that rainbow which circled the
sun—a sight comparatively rare, at
least to see such a well-defined rain
bow. Astronomers say it is caused
by the sun’s rays shining through
ice particles in high, thin clouds.
Since Bluffton’s ’49-er celebration
over the 4th of July, the
have been real ling a lot
history—some good—some
where there were an
en saloons flourishing here and
Lew Siddall who ran a
ered grist mill on Big
at the foot of Thurman
cornmeal for 75 cents a
when Bluffton rootin’ tootin’ Satur
day night town in days of the oil
boom before the days of interurban
cars or autos and everyone had a
pocketful of money and no way
to get out of town and the
Boedicker carding mill on lower
Riley creek—quite modern for those
days, since it operated on steam
power. ----j.
oldtimers
of local
water-pow
Riley creek
bushel
Rig events in the lives of little
men—that week-end outing when
Ralph Reichenbach took his three
boys—Eddie, Douglas and Ralph, Jr.,
and Jimmy Berry on a fishing expe
dition to Gail Mumma’s cottage on
the Maumee river a half-mile from
Grand Rapids.
They pitched a tent and slept out
on Saturday night—fishing was good
with bass and catfish in the catch.
Douglas took top honors catching a
14-inch sheephead.
And speaking of fishing, Jess
Manges snagged a 22-inch pickerel
at the Buckeye the other day, fish
ing from a boat and using minnows
for bait.
And speaking of hobbies, the mod
el railroad of Dr. B. W. Travis,
Bluffton physician, was featured in
a double-page spread in the Sun
day magazine section of the Colum
bus Dispatch.
Constructed by the Bluffton phy
sician fas a hobby, it is a complete
railroad system with depots and
roundhouses, grain elevators to sim-
pRIVE-IN
2 miles out West
Sandusky Street,
Findlay. Ohio
Children Under 12 Admitted
Free with Parent*., fc
Saturday, Ju&z®
“GALLANT LEGION”
Wild Bill Elliott
ANGELS WITH DIRTY
FACES”
James Cagney—Pat O'Brien
Color Cartoon
Sun.-Mon., July 24-25
“MY FAVORITE BRUNET”
Bob Hope—Dorothy Lamour
Comedy Cartoon
Tues.-Wed., July 26-27
“TWO GUYS FROM TEXAS”
in Technicolor
Jack Carson—Dennis Morgan
3 Color Cartoons
Thurs.-Fri., July 28-29
“STATION WEST’’
Dick Powell—Jane Greer
“SWISS FAMILY
ROBINSON”
Thus. Mitchell
Color Cartoon
i 2 Shows Nitely Rain nr Clear
I __________ First Show at Du k________
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Curve
mie new
Bluffton
ter dark waiting
Farmers Elevator
the market too—
looks bigger
ports a yield of 46 bushels per acre
of Butler, recently developed. Philip
Hilty and son Herman are harvest
ing a stand of Vigo wheat, which
requires only one bushel and one
peck of seed per acre instead of the
usual two
More deer reported in tl
district—latest comes fro
Hosafros living on Route
miles east of Bluffton,
says a deer has been fe*
its home in a dense thic
ing the field.
into
-gos-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wollett have re
turned from Traverse City, Mich.,
where they spent a week’s vacation
with Mr. Everett Ackerman.
Mrs. Carrie Lentz spent the week
end with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Hazel Eversole in Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
recently returned from a
visit in Union City, Mich.
Mrs
bushels, to produce a full
Before
oblems—and
French Alpine goats cavorting about
at that new place Abram Rickert is
building south of town on the
near the Dwight Dailey fa
ert is building a new brikc
and garage on an eight-a
The garage will house a
also the goats which he
a hobbv.
Rick
house
and
A strean
the fiek
the setup for an ideal sur
Early evening is its favo
time and it has
times
for
left
ome.
the clover field
clears a fence to
thicket.
LaFayette
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Br
daughter of Grand Rap
spent their vacation with
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Rus
ney.
ckney and
Is, Mich.,
their pa­
Obedier
week end
lefner and
Thursday
Mrs. Brice
Mr. and Mrs. Harold I
daughters of Lima were
dinner guests of Mr. and
Hefner.
Wednesday
church for
A reception was held
evening in the Methodist
Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Balli
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson, Mrs.
Loretta Clum and Jennie Roberts
spent Sunday afternoon in Ada. the
guests of Mrs. Bertha Desenberg and
Pleasant View
nard Zimn
ill at her
Mrs. Richard Watkins
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
and family of Liberty
visitors in the Rickly
home, Sunday.
of Columbus
mond Rickly
Center were
Reichenbach
seeing
long you'll
Donald Harris at
her cous
Wednes-
as killed
Mr. and Mr
tended funeral services foi
in Donald Ridge at Toled
(fay. The young man
near that place in an auto-truck
lision early Monday morning.
Mrs. Dale Moore and children
turned to their home tn Detroit
first of the week after
several weeks in the home
parents Mr. and Mrs. Leom
News want-ads bring results.
HaribU HN*»
peooUd baked enamel flaMi
reake tfeeee biUde low eart
lavertmart la comfort aad
beauty tbrt wH fart a» long
at your home. For Worn*.
138-W
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-seven years of Dependable
ading high...wide
Wwwi
Longest trades, best deals in our
history—to win still more new
friends for Hudson!
The New Hudson is riding a rising
tide of popularity!
Official figures prove it! Hudson
sales so far this year: up 33.7% over
the same period last'year!
Is it any wonder! The New Hudson,
with exclusive "step-down” design,
is America’s 4-MOST Car. 1—
MOST Beautiful. 2—MOST Roomy.
3—MOST Road-worthy. 4—MOST
All-round Performance.
Covers Wollpapei*
Paint or Plaster In
One Coat.
Easier to put on ...
H's made with OIL...
not a water-thinned
coating.
the
spending
merly.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stewart visited
Sunday in the home of her mother
Mrs. William Gettman of Ottawa.
The Friendly Couples class en
joyed a picnic at the Lewis Wyn
koop home Sunday evening.
your
s Turn
I but a
34%_
the extra
alone. Wi
ieggs in r*
Feeds,
We Deliver
wmw w/
Our Celebration of Hudson’s 40th Anniversary Year
BIG SWITCH TO HUDSON IS ON!
Of the first 200,000 New Hudsons
bought, over half—100,202 to be
exact—were bought by alert men
and women who traded in cars of
other makes, from the lowest to the
highest priced, to own a New Hudson.
And now, as our way of celebrating
Hudson’s 40th anniversary and to
win still more new friends for the
New Hudson in this community,
we’re making it easier than ever for
you to own this years-ahead car!
We’re offering the longest trades,
the best deals in our history. So come
in—now—during our big BUY
NOW BIRTHDAY PARTY!
COME IN-NOW FOR YOUR REVELATION RIDE!
TROT MOTOR SALES
Authorized Hudson Salos and Service
I 126 S. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio Phone 2C7-W
ONE GALLON
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Best Paint Sold BY PATTERSON-SARGENT
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.... into more eggs. Feed hens not just grai.i
laying ration you can make with Master Mix
and your grains. Your hens will get
minerals and vitamins lacking in grain
1 a laying ration that’s "right’’ you’ll get more
for the giain you feed.
34% MASH
CONCENTRATE
___ _FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger, Mgr.
Grain and Custom Grinding
Phone 317-W
NEW
HUDSON
Ofay CAR WITH THtsrep
PAGE SEVEN
Apply with the
BPS FLATLUX Brush
See Hw Aafcftfog 3
Flatlux is Identically
Matched in Color with
SATIN LUX and GLOS-LUX
Ask for Folder
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