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THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MABYSVILLE, OHIO Tuesday, October 7,1941 RULING MADE 6N SALES TAX COLUMBUS, O.. Oct. 7,-Attor- tarn*y Onernj Thomas J. Herbert ruted foctoy that the Ohio retail »1«8 tax cannot legally be applied on top of the federal excise tsx on fur*. Jewelry and cosmetics, The attorney general held, how- ev*r, that the manufacturers' excise taxw levied by the new federal tax act must be included in the retail sales price and the Ohio tax then assessed upon this total. The manufacturers' tax Is levied on such articles as automobiles, refrigerators, phonograph records, cameras and sporting goods. Value •( Checks Drawn The checks drawn through all the banks In the United States of America bav« a combined average value of over a million and a half dollars —each minute. ! HOMECOMING ! NEXT SUNDAY Charles Elbin was returned from i Doctor's Hospital to his home yes- ] terday in the Faulkner ambulance His condition is reported to be much improved. j .Milk Mixture For Stomach Ulcers A recent medical discovery now being u*«d by doctor* and hospital* everywhere has proven unusually successful In the treatment of stomach ulcer* conned from exc«n acid. It Is a harmless preparation yet no effective that In many ca«e» the pnlnB of Btomnch ulcers disappear nlmoot Immediately after It In used. Also recommended for Kan pains, In- dlKextlon and heartburn due to hyperacidity. Sufferers may now try this at home by obtaining a'bottle of I..urln from their druggist. Lurln contains thin new discovery In It* purest form. Easy to take. Just mix two imnpoonfuls In a half Klaus of milk. CoMn hut little. Try a bottle, It must satisfy or money refunded. I/nrln for snle by Jamison's Cut- Hull- and druK Btores everywhere. The Springdale Baptist church wilt observe homecoming at that place Sunday, October 12th, when the morning sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Edgar Wollam ot St. Marys. A basket dinner i.-j to be served at noon. Speakers on the afternoon program will be the Rev. J. O. Lehman of New Dover, the Rev. Harlow of Ostrander and the Rev. McDermott, Baptist rural worker of Granvllle. There will be special music by the choir and a solo by Mnry Pottorff. Tax *n Cigarettes The federal tax on a package of SO cigarettes of the standard small size, retailing at 15 cents, Is fl',4 cents. S UM Uie want-mat. Monteiuma The Mexican name Montezuma is a shortened form of a longer Azteo word, meaning "a chief who, when nngry, shoots beyond the horizon." Current at Any Voltage A small current will flow at any voltage. The current becomes decidedly larger at voltage above 1.8. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will hold a closing out sale nt my residence, two miles south of Pottersburg, three miles north of North Lewisburg. on the Epps Road, on Monday, October 13 Sale to begin nt 12 o'clock noon, of the following property: 6 Horses—6 Two aged roan marcs; two black mores, 5 ycnrs old; roan marc, 5 years, broken in all harnqss. good Individual; sorrel gelding, coming two years old, extra good. FARM BUREAU NEWS ITEMS ADVISORY COUNCIL NO. 10 Advisory Council No. 10 will meet Thursday evening, October 9th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Shoemaker. ADVISORY COUNCIL NO. 4 Farm Bureau Advisory Council i thing to eat." MISSING CHILD FINALLY FOUND • (Continued from pag* 1) Pamela In the trail, her face tearstained, her hair ; matted and tangled. Her hands and fac* were grimy; her body scratched by brambles, her thin, green overalls and light sweater—her only protec^ tion from temperatures that, had dropped as low as 24 degrees—were dirty and torn. "I've been lost since Sunday," she told Matson, He shouted and other searchers quickly joined him. One of them, Forest Ranger C.P. Mead, wrote on a piece of paper: "Pam well, happy, and In good condition." He sent a forest guard racing to headquarters with it. While Mead was carrying Pamela, wrapped in his coat, to an army "Jeep" car, she told him: "I slept on the ground, I been drinking out of brooks and everything, but there hasn't been any- the direction of the Colt Lyceum feureau of Cleveland. Hie household goods of Edward L. Knoebel has been moved from Toledo to the John M. Fox home which Mr, Knoebel recently rented. 1ft TEARS AGO One of the largest crowds ever drawn by a public attraction here wag at Recreation Park and on the public square to witness the formal guard mount of Company E and hear a concert by the 166th Infantry Band of Columbus last night. James E, Robinson of Columbus, accompanied by his wife, were in Marysville yesterday. Mr. Robinson is a Judge of the Ohio Supreme Court and formerly, lived in this city. Clifton Caryl of Align Township, ho recently passed the state bar xaminatlon, has leased rooms bove the City Loan office In West Fifth Street. Eggs (buying prices): Current farm receipts 28c; graded central Ohio firsts 29c; seconds 22c; pullets 20c. £; . U. 8, retail grade eggs (paid producers): U. S. extra large 33c; standard large 30c; standard medium 28c; trades 25c. Live poultry (1 o. b. Columbia): Broilers, 1H to 2 Ibs. 19c; fries up to 4 Ibs. 17c; fries 4 Ibs. and over lie; light hens 13c; heavy hens 19ff.20c; roosters '12if?13c; spring ducks 12c; .spring turkeys 24c; old turkeys 15c. • -> • • 6 Cows—6 —-— Shorthorn cow and calf, 7 ycurs old; roan cow, 5 yonrs old; two Shorthorn cows, 8 years old, not bred; two Shorthorn heifers,-2 years old, not bred. . Implements Wagon and rack, extra stock racks; iron wheel wagon with bed; wheat binder, corn planter, mower, roller, fertilizer drill, two cultivators, breaking plow, drug burrow, disc harrow, spring tooth harrow, New Idea manure spreader, two sleds, funnlng-mill, feed grinder, grindstone, brooder house, two sets double harness, collura and halters, single shovel plow, block and tackle, two 24-foot log chains; two ladders, 20-U. and 12-ft.; roll barbed wire, hog crate, hay fork, rope, fence stretchers, three iron kettles, lawn mower, wheelbarrow, garden plow, sleigh, G-ft. crosscut saw, doubletrees, singletrees,'neckyokos, huy rake, and small tools ot all kinds. , 'One hundred and fifty bushels of oats; about 8 tons of clover h;ty; some household goods; some lumber. Terms: Cash. Albert A. Hurd No. 4 met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mitchell, on Oct. 2 in charge of the chairman, Guy Mitchell. Twenty-one members and guests answered the roll call by giving the name of their first teacher and telling something Interesting of their first year in school. In the absence of the discussion leader, Louis Taylor, discussion was led by Chris Boergcr. Topics were: . "What are the most urgent problems in our own council?" "How can' we get more action through our councils?" and "Why do people need advisory councils?" Also discussed was the proposed constitution of the Union County Farm Bureau which was read by our County Chairman B. O. Skinner. Refreshments were served and contests enjoyed during the social hour. The next meeting will be held at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Boergcr. The nature of the wilderness- through which she had wandered may be judged from the fact .that although hundreds of searchers, including forest rangers, soldiers, C. C; C. workers and civilians, had beaten through.a 10-mile area.no trace of her was found. The wilderness is full of moose and bear, and s spotted by lakes, ponds and swamps. ADVISORY COUNCIL NO. 14 Advisory Council No. 14 met at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cramer, Friday night. Twenty-seven members. and three guests were present. The discussion questions in the Co-operator were used for n general discussion. A nume is to b« chosen for the council at the next meeting. After the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed and Mr. and Mrs. Cramer scrvtxl monts. delicious refresh- Simpson & Son Auctioneers. Ed Edwards, Clerk Native Salmon Landlocked salmon are Indigenous to the Laka Scbago region of Maine. When it's time to talk MORTGAGE LOANS First Natl avt j Ml M«t M ... we invite you to come in and discuss the subject with us, whether you lire planning to buy residential property or wish to refinance your present mortgage. You will find our rates reasonable, and wo will NOT charge a commission for making the loan, a fact which nmy result in a worth-while SAVING. Convenient monthly repayments may be arranged over a liberal period of time, so that you can constantly increase your equity. Ask our officers about tho many advantages of our mortgage loan service. ( — k >ti»ut^7 i«5JMrlai« j The high school football tearr\ has been disbanded due to lack of enthusiasm! and not having a coach to teach the new rules that have been put Into effect. . Chairman J. W. Monroe has announced names of members of the Republican executive committee a follows: Mllo Myers, secretary; C. F Carrnean, treasurer; W. C. Fulling ton, S. A. McNeil, J. D. Berry, T. F Lockwood, L.' O. Mapes and J. J Watts. W. E. Marsh of Mllford Cento has leased a business room In Ur bana and will open a dry goods es tabllshment there -/on or abou March 1st. The name of the new firm will be W. E. Marsh & Co. 20 YEARS AGO The New York Giants walked al over tho Yankees yesterday winnin the third game of the World Series 18 to 3. Under the auspices of Union Pos of the American Legion a lyceum course will be brought to Marys vllle this season. The course will b Shipping B»oebor«e» ftace horsei art shipped by rail* way expresi In specially .built itall- cars. If your feet hurt, read the Galloway shoe advertisement In this mper. A g» NOTICE OF KI.ECTION TOLEDO GRAIN Wheat: $t.06%®1.08c. Corn: 71fi>71%e. Oats: Buslneg8 g Service 1 DRY CLRAN1NO. Call Fred Avery. PAINTS and waHpepw. Special Notices ^4 PRUDENTIAL larm loan*, llow rate, long terms. Authorized mortgage • solicitor. M. K. Fravel, Plain City, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN—FIFTEEN year loans on farms. 4% interest Adele M. Kagay, authorized agent for the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. ' Furnished Rooms 19 Houses, Apartments 20 FOR RENT—Furnished 1 room for sleeping. 704 W. Fifth St FOR RENT—Modern 5 rooms and bath. 650 Chestnut St. MODERN unfurnished apartment, private entrance. Close In. ' Empire 4388. Can be seen at 125 N. Maple St. Pursuant to a resolution )V the Board of Education of the Marysville Exempted Village School district, 1 Union County. Ohio, on the 4th day of August, 1941, and In accordance with the provisions of Sec. 6025-15 O. C. of Ohio there will be submitted to the electors of the ifarysvllle Exempted Village School District, Union County, Ohio, the question of levying- an additional ax In excess of the ten-mill llmlta- lon. The additional tax shall be for .he benefit of the Board of Education of tho Marysville Exempted Village School district. Union County, Ohio, and for tho purpose of current expenses of said school ilstrlct. Tho Increase In rate shall not exceed two mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to twenty cents for'each one hundred dollars of valuation. Bald levy ihall be for five years and ahall be Included upon the duplicate for the current year. This proposal shall 'be jiubmttted lo tho electors at tho Regular election to be hold Nov. 4 at the regular voting places In the Marysville Exempted Village Bohool District. Polls for said election shall be open at 6:30 o'clock a. m. and remain open until 6:80 o'clock p. m. 'Eastern H tan (lard Time) of said day. EUOKNE tVAURCH. Chairman. F. W. 8CHEIDEREII, Clerk. Hoard of Deputy Htate Supervisors andlrrspoctors of Election for Union County, Ohio, Oct. 7. 1941-4t. .„ COLUMBUS LIVESTOCK Hogs: Receipts 600 head; market very slow; mostly 25c lower; bulk of the 180 to 240 Ibs. $10.75; 240 to 260 Ibs. $10.60; 260 to 280 Ibs. »10.45; 280 to 300 Ibs. $10.30; 300 to 400 Ibs. $10.15 down; 160 to 180 Ibs. $10.40; 140 to 160 Ibs. $10.15; 100 to 140 Ibs. $9.50fT9.85; sows $9.00<r?9.50; stags $8.50. Cattle: Receipts 50 head; trade slow, about steady with Monday; actual receipts Monday 462 head; trade fairly active; most classes steady, medium and low grade grass steers and heifers 25c or more lower; one load of good mixed yearlings at $11.55, $11.65 and $11.75; latter price top for the day; some short feds $10it>10.50; good grass cattle WHITE SHOES dyed for longer wear. Come In and let us give your shoes that new appearance. Marysville Shoe Repair, Donald Fleming. Miscell. for Rent 22 FOR RENT—Restaurant room in Raymond, Ohio. Inquire In rear. C. D. Smith. For Sale or Trade 23 Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WANTED—Lambs and veal calves. Bring us your veal calves and lambs. We will allow you all the market affords. Honest weights on tested scales. You must be satisfied. 1 mile east on U. S. 38, Marysville and Delaware Road, FOR 'SALE—Two building lots on Elwood Ave. Brayton Coons, Box 284, Broadway, Ohio. $8.5009.50; $7.50(0)8.50; medium' common grass grass cattle cattle NOTICK OF RI.KCTIOff Pursuant to 'a resolution rnvseed by the Trusteed of Clalborne Township, Union County, Ohio, on the 10th day of August, 1941, and In accordance with th« provision* of Bee. 5fi26-15 O. O. of Ohio there will be submitted to the elector* of .Clal- borno Town»hlp, Union County, Ohio, tli(i auoHtlnn of levying an an- dltlnnnl tux In excoHR of the ten-mill limitation. Thtt additional tax shall be for tho benefit of Olalborne Town»h!p, Union County, Ohio, and for thn purpose of current expunges of aald township. Tho Incrnaaa In ratu (hall nut exceed one-half mill for each onn dollnr of valuation, . which amounts to five cents for each onn hundred dollars of valuation. Halcl levy shall bo for two year* and shall be Included upon tho duplicate for tli* current year. ThlB proposal shall be submitted to the elector* at tho Regular election to be held Nov. 4 at the regular votlnx places In Clalborne Township. I'olls for da I (I election shall be optm at tf:30 o'clock a. m. and remain open .until 6:SO o'clock p. in. (Eastern Standard Time) of laid day. EUORNK TtAUSOH, Chairman. V. W. SCHEIHKRER. -Clerk, Hoard of Deputy Htate Supervisors and Inspector* of KU'Ctlon for Union County, Ohio. Oct. 7, 1941-41. • '' $7.50 down; dairy breeds under $7; good beef cows $8.7507.50; medium cows $6.25®6.75;'cutters and canners mostly $4.5000.25; few shelly cows $4.50 and under;, sausage bulls $6.50^0; few butcher bulls up to $9; native stocker and feeder cattle $9 &n depending on the size and quality.. Calves: Receipts light; market steady; good to choice $13® 14; medium to good $10.50^12.50; outs $9.50 down; actual receipts Monday 290 head; top $14.50; other kinds in line with last week, Sheep and lambs: Receipts estimated at 200 head; market steady; good to choice truck lambs $10.50!ii> 11; mediums $9 down; bucks discounted at $1 per cwt.; culls $5.50 down; aged -sheep for slaughter $4 down. WANTED—Hatching eggs. All breeds. Hatch year'-around. Egg stations or routes nearby. Write KIrby Hatcheries, Urbana, Ohio. Asman's Packing Co. WANTED—Good veal calves and lambs. Walter Elliott, Canal 4441. Automobiles for Sale 6 FOR SALE—1940 two door Ponliac. Price $879, no tax. Selling because of illness. Call Hilltop 4486, Automobile Service 7 MOTOR IGNITION—Your ignltlor. system should be checked every 6000 miles. Drlv«rln for complete check-up. Bonnette Sinclair Station, 5th and Maple Sts. Horses $4.00, Cows $2.00 of size and condition Reverse Telephone Charges Small animals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer Canal 48C1 Marysville, O. E. G. Buchsleb, Inc. One Porcupine -One . porcupine can destroy a whole forest during its lifetime. Several trees may be girdled in one night. Asbestos In Africa Some kinds of .asbestos used In industry are obtained only in Africa in quantity. -^ Female Help Wanted 10 Dutch's WAITRESS wanted Sandwich- Shop. at Good Things to Eat 15 APPLES, plenty of fresh cider. John Smallwood. Hilltop 4753. Few Stayed Home Nine-tenths of the men went to war from the South, in 1881-65, while only 50 per cent enlisted from the North. Snlphnr 'Air* Tb«,a!r in §om« of our big In- dustrlal centers is polluted with sulphur, equal to 100 tons of sulphuric acid to the square mile, according to estimates. LARD—The most economical edible fat In these days of rising prices you can save by using Asman's Pure Old-Fashloned Lard. The best money can buy. Ask your grocer for it. , Public Sales PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will offer at public sale, three miles east of Byhulla, Just off State Route 739, ten mUes northwest of Richwood, ten miles south of Mt. Victory, 20 miles north of Marysville, on - - OCTOBER 14 - - Commencing at 11 o'clock the following: Horse Black gelding, 14 years old; good worker end sound. 26 Cattle— 26 Ten milk cows ranging in age from 3 to 8 years: four are 8 years old, one 7 yours old, two 5 years old, Ihree 3 years old, first calf. All these cows are in line shape and giving good flow of milk. All these cows are bred aud will freshen in April; part milking Shorthorns, part Guern- seys, some mixed Shortluinis and Guernseys. Two 3-ytur-old heifers, bred; two 2-year-old htiftrs, bred; three 2-year-old feeders; Shorthurn bull; eight spring calves. These cattle have all been raised on this furm and are Guernsey- Shorthorn breed. 42 Sheep— 42 Thirty-one young ewes from 3 to 5 years of agt; one rum, ten lumba. 32 Hogs — 32 Six suws — three sows bred und thrtx* iows with litters; one Duroc male hug; twenty-five feeders weighing about 150 Ibs. Farm Implements lljy luader. two coin plows, corn planter, Thunuui fertilizer drill, i ui^ht harrow, tuudem disc, hay tedder, iron wheel wugun, wooden W. R. CARSON Thursday, Oct. 0, at 1 o'clock at his farm on the Bellefontaine Road, 2 mile* west of Marysville on State Route S3: 23 high grade dairy cows and" heifers. Simpson & Son, aucts. C. O. .WILEY Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 11 o'clock at his farm 3 miles east of Byhalia )ust off state Route 739, 10 miles northwest of Richwood, 10 miles south of Mt. Victory, 20 miles north of Marysville: Horse, 28 cattle, 42 sheep, 32 hogs, farm implements. Lunch. Terms cash. Simpson &; Son, Aucts. ALBERT A. HURD Monday, Oct. 13, at 12 o'clock' at hi» residence two miles ftmth of Pottersburg, 3 miles north of North Lewisburg, on the Epps road: horses, 6 cows, implements, hay and grain, some household goods and some lumber. Simpson & Son, aucts HENRY CONKL1N Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 1 p. m., at. his farm located halfway betwe«r Plain City and Delaware on U. S Route 42: 50 head of fresh dairy cows and heifer*. Terms cash. Sale rain or shine. Lunch. Thomas is Page, auct. huy ruke. Oliver breaking plow, oteial roller, gullon tuns, und nuiucroub Miuiiler hurncii. oil drums, Luuch by Ladle*' Aid of Grace C. O. WILEY ELECTRIC RANGES Tit* Marion-R*JW»rv« 'OR SALE—Fries and roast 22o. Mrs. W. R. Carson, Phone Eddy 4852. Poultry, Livestock 17 IHICKS day old or started. Hatches every week In the year. Del aware Chlckeries, Delaware, O, 'UBLIC SALE of fresh.dalry cows, Tuesday, October 14, 1941. Henry Conklln, Plain City, Ohio. INDIGESTION n*y if Kt UM Hurt Ow tnpiw! la Uu ibxaub or nil* ma eat like • halr-triicer oa Ux heart. At the Brit iln of dlitiMi mart B« and mam depend on B«ll-u» Trtlett tenet lu free. No laxiUie but Bade «< Ih* futeet- eetlnj m.dlolru* knom tat ult uaimUao, U a* nmtT DO8B dMMi't K*n »•!! tfu b«tur. ntun V*0» M M 404 m*ti« DOUlUjr Haw? Btck. No. Lc.SHELLANE do y0ur ebokin g _ GBI a Shirllone /V - ^*iS ''•' Ga\ ttanuv ^ (^Vi'--^^'>vSj; Mrot Conliol "" **— ^ *S bnd .other ft»a- . ; •.: •:•;•••.' turt.'yjuve. hour i. of work each: day.. W? dvlivpr iHii modern kitchen .901 to your home in cylinder!. Trade in your did ranfjtt;—" .crow I M. E. Evans Hardware M. E. (PUTT) EVANS, Prop. Unlonvllle Center IMMUNED Poland China hogs, either, sex. Guy Robinson, Milford Center, Ohio. Miscellaneous for Sale 13 FOR SALE—Several good used coal stoves, one pressure gasoline range. Open evenings. George Sanderson, Raymond. FOR SALE—Walthum piano in fine condition. 701 W. Eighth St. FOR SALE—Fine Coieman gasoline range, cheap. Canal Maple St. \ 4318. 133 S. FOR SALE—GE refrigerator, dining room suite, blue davenport. Mrs. Paul Williams, Canal 4684. HORSES «4* COWS »2 ( Of 8lM and Condition. — Call Belt Bros. Fertilizer Marysvllle Canal MM HO-HUMMM! What This Place Needs, Folks, Is A Few Good Ads In This NEWSPAPER It b now uiy to «nd rheunutUm p»!ni. 1 to 10 minute* will prove U to you. Tin twl will eott you oothinc. Bo why luffer another day from th« •guny ot tbU painful ailment when you c»n lecur* MUSCLE. HUB. tb. new preparation that not only conquen the pain* of rhoumatura tut also lumbaso, •cUtlca. neuralgia, u well ai the Inu icrioui lame* neaa of muaclca and joint* 7 It ia no longer Mceaaary to doee the irttetn with Internal medicine. The Entire MUSCLE-RUB treat- meat la a eimple liquid, applied directly to the llmbe, ehouldere, neck, (ace or back— wherever the trouble may be. There U no burning—no Irritation. All pain etopa aa if by magic. Kvoa chronic and severe condl* ttoua respond so amatingly that leldom U more than a buttle needed. W* »r«e enly tkat y»n ataka tnU U»t, MUSCLE-Kl'B U now obtainable at any drag etare. boy It today. lUe ene-nal{ the fcettl*. aad U yen are BO* auaied and de- ItghUd with the ruulu. return the remain- tog half ta yeui druiiitt, an4 *e will M- fund jour Montr. The price la (Ik ruulu aUe, II.ve lot large, family al>e. Cel a Bottle ef UUSCUE-RUB T»d»y Special Ihia Week — «lc and *»o — At JAMISON'S CUT HATE DUDG STOllli *8YT£X - HYLITED WEDDING INVITATIONS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS 25 FOR ADDITIONAL COPIES Sc EACH THE TRIBUNE

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