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March 20, 1919

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1 t-. . i t 4. : i 1 M fi 8 "X V! J1' 1 ....-a: - TftAOC MARK Tht City of GOODRICH Akron. Ohio No More v Days Of Leu Meatless, heatlett, wheat. less are days or the p8tj but the thrift bprnof them it with u to tay. To demand the utmost for a dollar is one great lcs- eontheworldhasleatnfd. Along with other days of leas, it has cancelled days of less service. Service has always been the Goodrich measure of the value of tires; that is, what a tire proves helf worth you in service on your car, and on '.he road. Vou see promise of service in the burly, full rounded bodies of Goodrich Serv ice Value Tires; and their thicker SAFETY TREADS, extra wide to fortify the side wall against rut grinding. You get fulfillment of prom ised service vttfue in their dependability and durability wherever you take them, 'BEST IN THE LONG RUN' r Buy Goodrich Tires from a Dealer iOQDRICH ff . ' It P (!: 1 'mV V.1 (Ehs CLFibur?e M. J. 8CHKLL A ION EDITORS ANO HJBLIS.HIRS SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 rEH x VKA.R OWe, Opposite Hotel Swllley 'PHONE NUMBS". II Kntrt at tha poatomr at llli-tovill. Ohio, aocnil (! mall mw. The fanhlon In tvd mwo Ik ohmI-od to undergo quit chump In tho near future. r'ottune teller do nut need In looH nt John Harleyrtima palm to tell fchat ih truing to nappe tn htm. Tit truth nake,, or tho tmth ileeo lott need not nmhf even tho ntont nuxlf! ami ret Ii inn hhmh. In a fow ohort week the fellow ho cnn drink or let alone, mill have fine rhanee to domnnatrate tho piu1 of tho proportion. "Sww, Marjory lnw." Hean are continit down ami pork roIdr tip, o Jeleen the two, pork and liennn will main t ho aanio, thank you. A flnanelnl rvrhnnite ay ruin fares the brewers ami distillers. Turn shout Is fair piny. It has si svs heretofore faeed the fellow In front of the bsr. We Iteiml a young lady say Mon day with a hmdou and mouth water Ink rhuekle that they were going to have green for dinner, tllory be! Here a one of the Joys of ltNlng that the trui'ts haen't throttled, at b-ast to date. The romtnon every day American lllnen Is gelling wonderfully tired of the eonstanl presnmiitnoiisness and aggressiveness of the Japanese, It will have to soon end In one way or ihe other, as It will not he borne much longer. Had tJetwany won the war the making of pence won d have been a mall mailer. She would have taken everything she wanted the world over nnd have reserved the right to come hack at any time and take anything she overlooked. We see Antwerp is to do some mot paving "'is season and we extend our ongrnl illation. The town nnd poo iile are wothy of all the good times ind feature they can annex This TOTAL Capital Stock paid tn Certificates of borrowed . Earnings since March IS, 1918. ... TOTAL STATE OP OHIO, COUNTY OF DEFIANCE: the best of my knowinlge nnd belief. MMwmjMWMmiMpi brings up the recollect loa. though. hen It used to he said over 'there that the saloon license money had to he T.ad or th town eculd not even keep up Its rurrent epensea, W alo Imnrroe. The facta are that a beau titul ntr school bas been-bttlll over there w ithout ssloon tax. nd alsiv a fine strip of pavemee laid. Now more pavement Is tn be built, and all this since the town Is dry. Most all wet arguments, when Mfted don closely, amount to Just about as much as the old buck at Antwerp did pntlcr, Ind., Auburn. Htcksvlllo. and In fact about all town present the exact sam refutation to Ihe nld et argument that Antwerp does. HORSE SALE At Hebor A Miller's t.lvery barn. Sherwood. Saturdsy, March W, 1fl9. THIS Wll.l. IIK THK LAST 8AI.K LIST YOl'K IIOUSKS XU THIS SA1.K. . Terms, S month notes bearing t from date. Selling foe, 2. fid Hr head. 1 Ms includes feel for da of sale onlv. HEBER A MILLE... Props, furl Henderson, Anetloneer. 42tl John Core, Clerk. MORTUARY : LEVY John Jacob Levy wa horn In San dusky City, Ohio, June SSth. lil!. nnd died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Charles Lepper, Hlcksvllle, March lliih, aged ti year 8 months 1" dns. When a young man be came with his parent to Paulding county. Ohio. He ws united In marriage wilh Susan Ankney, June 1st, 1ST1 I'o them were born seven children. foul sons and three daughter. His wife ami one sen erereded him In death. April l,", HUtf, he was united In marriage with Mattle Williams. He waa an Indtistrlon and reiecled cltlncn, and a nuniter of years ago united with the Christian church. Tor the lint few months he had been in failing henlih, but a patient sufferer, expressing his desire and readiness to depart and he with the lird He Is survived by wife, three sons, three daughters, ten grand children, and numerous friend who mourn rum ral services were held Tuosdny from Ihe home of the daughter Mm, Charles Lepper, conducted by Uev, J. W. Lilly. Interment In rVresl Home cemetery. JOLLY KlUahclh Hanville Jolly was born IVc. JS, 1SKL and departed thl life March 10, 1!)1S, aged 67 yrs. 2 mo REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FARMERS STATE BANK At Hicksvllto, In the Slate of Ohio, at the close of businesa March 4, 1019. Loan on licnl Kstnle RESOTJKCKS Loan on Collateral Other Loan and llscount Overdrafts V. S. Honda and Treasury Certificates. Furniture and Fixtures ,(. Cash Item Due from Ueserve Hank Cash In Vault Expenses since March 18, 1918 Interest paid since March 18, 1918 LIAWLITIKS 10,535.58 M54.45 Individual Deposits subJccMo check 59,614.02 Cashier Checks 3,613.27 Time Certificate of Deposit 72,771.28 IVposil representing Money $ .1.2i0.00 28,167.92 nr.o;i9 65 256.66 2,200.00 2,804.47 138.25 15,890.03 4,633.83 410.03 $170,710.84 25,000.00 136,028.57 6,000.00 3.712.27 $170,740 84 I, E. O. McKINLEY, Cashier of the above named The Farmer Stale Hank of Hicksville do solemnly swear thai the nlsive statement is true to E. O. McKINLEY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of March, 1919. , WALTER W. FERRIS, Notary Tubllc. The Peerless Line of Farm and Field Fencing Lawn and Park Fences, Poultry, Sheep and Hog Fences , -3 . Vecrksa fencing is made 1 1 1 rninTrr i C k c -i- u irom niRii caroon, open hearth steel wire. The galvanlilng on Peerless fencing I an extra refined spelter applied by a pioresa securing a heavy, even coat of greater rust resisting quAlfty than I used on ordinary fence wire. The cms bar are attached to the line wire with the famous Peerless Knot, It will not slip. Peerles Fence I built tip to a standard, look good in the roll or on Ihe post. FOR SALE BY JEFFRIES & CULLER . Hardware and Furniture Goodrich Tested Tires The Best in the Long Run" ' See me for Silvertown Cord and Fabric Tires Carry Popular Sizes in Stock W. B. BRICKER SS?' THE HICKSVIUK TRIBUNE, ITICKSVILLE, OHIO 1 TT IK day. In 1NS0 she Was ttnited Inland elso Township Trustee for a num- msrrlnge with Thorn II. Jolly and I bi r of yr. He ws an honored to this union were bom to noiu and ( and respected cltlwn. Mr. and Mrs. two daughters, alt of hom urt ' Slim wcr Ufa long member ot tht ber.v She w a kind an I faithful : rrvsbyterlan church of Hlrksvllle. wire, a loving mother and a good neighbor. To know her wns to love her. She had been In poor health for the past two year nd as her physical strcngih grew weaker her faith grew stronger In Ihe Savior. She rejoiced In the hoiw of Immortality and she knew In whom she hsd believed and that He was able to keep tht which nhe had committed to Hl i care. She remarged to those around her that all was well with her soul. So the family ha the consolation that they need not sorrow like those who have no hour. She leave to mourn, htiKhand, lo sons, two daughters, one gmnd child, Iwo sister nd a ho of friend and neighbors, funeral aervlce were held Inst Thursday afternoon from the Kvangellral church. CAUO OK THANKS Thomaa II. Jolly and children herein dt'slr to thank the friend and neighbor for their kindness during the sickness nnd death bf their dear wife and mother, Abo the minister for hi romrorttng words, the choir for the beautiful songs and the Ladle Aid for floral offerings, BISHOP Jacob Lnnllen lllshoii wa born Nov. 2, 1M:1. -In Logan county. Ohio, and died March 8, 1919, at tho old homestead near Fountain Chapel, between Hlcksvllle and Antwerp, Ohio, aged 75 years 4 mo. 6 day. Nov. L IStSti, he wa united In marriage with Kmma Kill Stuart of his native ovinnty. To thl union ns Isirn one child who died In Infancy. When the Civil War came he entered Ihe service In t n. C, 17th Kent. I. V. 1. and served three years. He was a member of Ihe W. II. IVcring (!. A H. post at Antwerp and of the Odd Follows Lodge at the same place. When the Uev. U. W, Munson wns pastor of the church nl Fountain Chapel, he was .converted to Christ and nulled Willi the church In which he became very active. He wns pub He spirited rescinding quickly to any appeal of general Interval. Ills neigh bors who survive hint will ever re member him as a good comrade In the roiniiillliilv life ns he h:id tiecn n the military life of the nation. He leaves lo mourn bis going awny the inmpanlon of his Hie bereft and lone ly, one brother J. W, Ilishop of llreon Held, New Mexico, an adopted daughter Mrs. O. C. Dichl of South Ilend. Ind., a grandson WilSnr L. Dlehl of Gardner. Mass., and a eltvle of faith ful friends who will feel with the itn mediate family that they have sua lainod a heavy loss for today and who shall hope with them to r.e rc sred to hi fellowship In the long tomorrow. CAUI) OF THANKS U Is with a heart overflowing thai we wish lo tender our sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly lent their assistance during our bereavement, and lo Ihe organisations of which he was a member for tuolr offerings of sympathy, tho minister for his message nnd the choir for lis offering. Mrs. J. L. Ilishop, Lieut, nnd Mrs. O. 0. Dlehl, Wilbur L. Dichl. County Assessor for several terms SINN Christian Sinn, son of Hen, nnd Louisa Sinn, was Imrn In Crawford county, Ohio, July 2, 1835, and de parted this life March 13, 1919. He remained with his parents In Craw ford rounty, until 11 years of age, w hen owning to the denlh of hi father, he made his homo with the Hev. Adam Cline of that place. Here he grow to mnnhood under Christian trnlnlng, graduating front the common school and attended the Hayesvllle College, after which he taught school for several years, then coining lo Hicksville, Defiance county. Ho was united In marrlnge with Mary Spencer Miller of this place, Sept. 21, 1S6R, and to this union were born four sons, 1'rankMn M. of Toledo, William K, and Arthur of Hicksville, Ada having preceded his father in Infancy to his Ioiir home. After locating in Hicksville, deceased became one .of lis Influential cllir.ens. He served ns id - where he served aa elder Mr a num her of year. HI church circle, especially the Sahbath school rlass w hich be served aa teacher for mny year, will greatly mis hint. lie fought a good fight, finished hi course and kept the faith. He Is survived hy hi three son and 3 ha if brother. I'eler, Franklin and Toblaa Elser, his beloved wife Mary 8. Sinn having preceded him to the great beyond some 14 year ago. Our rtoe(iet gym-pat by I with hi beloved son. In thl their hour of sorrow; but their loss I Heaven' gain. Funeral was conducted from the Presbyterian church Saturday, March 15. Hev. Cordon officiating. Hnrlal at Forest Home. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who with I heir sympathy and help assist ed us during the Illness and death op our rather. Especially the church and factory men for their beautiful floral offering. The Children. PATTERSON Harold King Patterson, eldest sou of F. A. and Jennie Patterson, was Isirn at Hicksville, Ohio. IWotnhcr 4. ISM. Dletl al vireonvlllo, Ohio, March 13. 1919. aged S4 years 3 months II dnvs. Ho spent lit boyhood lit 1 1 U Ravi lie, and graduated from the lllh schisil In Iho clns of 190,1, At Ihe ngo of twelve year he nulled with the Hlcksvllle M. E. church. Since that time he ha been n loyal ado rate of the muse of Christ and Ihe church of his choice. Sepi ember. 19UT, he was nulled In marriage with Margaret Harnett who passed awnv IVceniher. 1908. June II, 1911, he was married to Nina llenuman. To this union was born one daughter Jane, whose bright nnd sunny life has been a benedlc'lon lo the home now bereft of husband and father. Reside wife and daughter he is sur vived by fnlljer nnd mother and one brother Ceorge, The fnmily bus lived nl Toledo, SI. Joe, Tltlln and nlmm four months ngo moved lo tireenvllle. Ohio, where he assumed a responsible position. He ia Just In the prime of Hie, when II seemed the rinwmnr. of n new day In the business world was opening up to hint, his prosioets crowing blighter nnd brighter, lib illness was of abort duration. A tel ler to his pn nulla only a few da- before conveyed the Information ot bis condition and that he hoped thai i hey might come to see him soon The civil was answered and In lb arms of a fnithlul wife and in the presence of a loving father ho fell asleep, lo awaken on Ihe other shorv Ol bis death Hie Oreenvlllo Dnllv Ad locate says: "Stricken with n heart ntlack while walking with his lather Thursday morning, Harold K, Palter son, of this rlly, died al the olllce of Dr. J. M. Anderson, nl 10:15 o'clock He was 34 year of age. His death was sudden nnd came ns a great shock to hlr many friends In tills fit . lie had boon 111 for several day nnd was being I rented for an organic bear! lesion. He went out for a walk Thursday morning with hi father, and. when near Ibo Thonias residence on West Fifth Street, suffered the at tack which proved fatal. He was hurried to the olllce of Dr. Anderson, where he wns given a stimulant, bin dentil resulted shortly afterward. Mr. Patterson came lo 'Civcnvllle from Tlllln, nnd wns employed ns cost expert and olllce manager of the tireenvllle Manufacturing Company. This company Is connected Willi the tireenvllle tirnvel Company. Ills rest denre in this city existed only since last October, bill Mr. nnd Mrs. Patterson had made- many friends hero.' Funeral services were held Snl utility nllernoon nl the Methodist church. Rev. O. A. Moore nlUdntlng. Interment In Forest Home. Spring Millinery. Ladles, Misses and Children' Hals, priced right, at Swisher Ilaltersheir. Come In and see our line. 4 It 2 One Drop for bed wetting Is the best known remedy. ,11 ha cured many children of that trouble. Money hack if 11 fall. lloffmnn' Drug Store. 32lt Champion of Mighty Yields for Over Thirty Years fT' EACH year, for over 30 years, mighty yields have been grown Hayes-planted fields. In 1918 the same record was repeat Hayes-planted fields. In 1918 the same record was repeated 2. Seed planted toe (hallow. S. Hill mined by the drop. 3. Seed left uncovered. 6. Hillt washed out. 7. Hillt dettroyed In cultivation. on on millions of acres. No other planter in the world can duplicate this record! because no other planter in the world can duplicate the human hand care and accuracy of the Hayes. "rMVn?S Four-Wheel iHAll ILO) PLANTER , "Plants Like Human Hand$" Accuracy is not enough! Each hill you plant by ordinary mcth- oas nas seven chances ot becoming a bare spot a waste spot. 1. Setd planted toe dcp. 4. Seed killed In the hopper. When you consider that only one "bare spot" in tvery 20 hills planted means a dead loss of one acre out of every 20 planted! -two outof 40!S1XOUTOF 120! you realize how important it is to overcome the seven causes ot bare spots. And the Hayes is the only planter that overcomes them all. No wonder it has earned the title: vhampion of Mighty l lelds. 4 BUY YOURS NOW! ThmiRanilH of corn grower trill nt llayps rianti rs thin year. An ily mi llnble to rwelve lh tronl: 'Overwild. no more Haven riantrre thl yr-ar." Huy now and b prolwt- rd. Come to our more and wh thin fanimin planter, The W. O. Hughes Company THE Famous Hinge Dor, the ell eteel door frame, the hook lag nrpport and Ing tcrewt, together with the ground anchor and cable tightener and theKlng-B Roof.malcetheLadder Hinge Door Wood Stave Silo the peer or all ailoe in aclenMAc construction. CURT HENDERSON, Agent, Sherwood, Ohio would be glnd to explain to you the principle of the Hinge T3oor. How it is easy to climb the big atecl hinge which will hold a I c wetuht of over 2(700 pounds. How the door never will sng, freeze in, bind or stick, and is always in plnce. How the lever operated by one hand will open and close the door. How the enailnpe will keep perfectly next to the door. How the Hinge Door prevents silnge from freexing in winter and drying out in summer, and how the door is always securely fastened to the silo. Study the illustration at the left which show three sections of the famous Ladder Hinge Door. Do not place an order for a Silo until you have talked pver the proposition with our agent. LANSING SILO COMPANY Fermarty Wood Bro. Silo and Mfg. Co. LANSING, MICHIGAN Fattnrtrn enrf fort St. Lxt, III. SHERIFF'S SALE OF V. CHATTEL PROPERTY No. !)SiiS llurd, el nl.. Plaintiffs, vs, II. M. Cminlii:hntn, Defendant. In pursuance of an FACciltlnn Issued ftim the Cleik'a olllce of 'the Court of Common Pleas of Defiance County, Ohio, on the 27ih day of February, I It I It, and to me directed In the case above ntitned, 1 ill expose to Sale at Public . Auction, on the premise al l.ol No. 7 of I hock No. 11 In the Village or Mark Center, In Mark township, Defiance County, Ohio, on Saturday, the 2:!nd day of March, PJ1I), nt one o'clock in the nfteliioon of Advert isempnt No. 2 snld day, Ihe following tioods and Chattels, low It : Due (11 "lluckeye Traction Tile Ditching Machine No. 522. Term of Sale: Cash on day of sale. Taken as the properly of II. M. Cunnlnghntn lo satisfy nit execution In favor of M. V. llurd and V. K. Cunningham. A. 1.. STAI1.KY. 4 It 2 Sheriff of IVIlaneo County, Ohio Iluy membership ticket a for the fair. One Drop Cold Cure for thlldren ha long boon needed by many of vou; liquid or tablet. Try It. Mon-ev back If not satisfied. Hoffman' Ding Store. 32tf iff Ml ;'"(- IF - ji:rsTAVE3 V ilfclSlCf rJV X ' , , ,; . Z'" ...,.M .rilli tiW" 1 2 ,t:;: li'Hl M-y Hw nil!!"1 ni'" t' l'-r"-j'TiMif t lT0l-li:ifli'l 1 S i. 9 ii It pnvs to read the advertisement STUCCO ! I am now prepared to do stucco work. Sec me and get prices. ROME CONNOLLY I2iin IN EVERY R.OOM You are always sure of good cheer with a WISE FURNACE in the basement-rooms heated for the children to dress for school sewing room, back bedrooms and kitchen kept warm and comfortable throughout the day-a cozy warmth that will make the family glad to stay home during the long winter evenings. 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