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Marysville, Ohio
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Tuesday, November 11, 1941
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THE: EVENING TRiBtWE, MARYSVHIE, onto Tuesday, TRIBUNE WANT Ads. HOUSE VOTE TO BE CLOSE Business Service I DRY CLEANING. Call Fred A very GOVERNMENT sanitary unit reset and repaired. P, O. Box 05, Marysville, Ohio. WANT ADS—Cost but a few cents to use, and bring quick, sure results. Use them to find your wants—to sell your don't wants. Phone Canal 4743. PAINTS and wallpaper. Ooodsell'i. Special Notices 4 PRUDENTIAL larm loans. Low rate, — long" 1 terms." Authorized mortgage solicitor. M. E. Fravel, Plain City. Ohio. Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WANTED—About 12 heifers ready to freshen. Phone or write Charles Brand, Woodstock, O. WANTED TO BUY—Usod hot water tank. Call Tribune. Plants, Grain, Produce 16 FOR SALE—August lily bulbs. Inquire' at 609 London Ave. • ,, T 'oultry, Livestock 17 CHICKS day old or started. Hatches every week In the year. Delaware Chlckeries, Delaware, O. FOR SALE—Red Irish setter, 3 yr.t., old, well trained. Inquire 322 S. Plum St. • FOR SALE—Extra nice Jersey cow with calf, - real milker. John Thornton, 4 miles west of Raymond on Route- 347. • 75 NEW HAMPSHIRE pullets. 60c ' each. Three months . old. Cannl 4747. DUROC Jersey boars for sale. Donald Bigelow, Rt. I, Milford Center. EWES, consisting of Delaines, half- bloods and Shrops. Walter Elliott, Canal 4441. ACTIVE MAN—Excellent position for alert salesman—35 to 55 to handle direct rules organization in lurgu area. Must have .ear, be free to travel nnd willing to start j at once. Previous selling or training experience lin|x>rtani but not necessary. We train mun selected. Unu.sual money makinfi opportunity. Write W. B. Wallace, Newark, New York. Miscellaneous for S°!e 18 TWO-PIECE living room suite. Inquire 112',i W. Sixth St. WANTED-To buy light 2 wheel trailer. Percy Freshwater, Os- trandor. WHITE SHOES dyed for longer wear. Come In and let us give your shoes that new appearance. Marysvllle Shoe Repair, Dotiald Fleming. 20-INCH Dauntless heutroln, used .2 years. Mc-Auliffi 1 Bros., Murysville. CHRISTMAS CARDS—Set; our. so lection of «ny greeting cards. Very attractive and different. Marysville Tribune. (Continued from piige 1) i?r,uo on which the chief c-xerutivr; has committed himself. Loaders took the position tlittt Houso rejection of tho Senate neutrality bill, on the heels of Mr. Roosevelt's recent announcement that the shooting has started in the Atlantic, would show n division In the United States that would have repercussions throughout the world. The House rules committee yes- tcrduy sent the bill to the floor for eight hours of debate. The House is in recess today and will begin the debate at 11 a.m., Wednesday. The final roll call is ex-, petted by Into Thursday afternoon. Revise Estimates. When the Senate passed the bill last Friday. Hour.? leaders predicted that the Houso would approve it by 75 to 100 votes. Over the week-end that estimated margin dwindled to 40 or 50 and one leader said ho would bo well satisfied with a 30 vote margin. After their weekly conference with the president yesterday, leaders would say only that they' had "enough votes. House Isolationists, meantime, pressed their gains to the limit. Rep! Hamilton Fish, R., N. Y., ranking member, of the foreign fnlrs committee, predicted that the bill would be defeated by 10 to 15 votes. "Tho vote on this bill will trans cend' all party lines," Fish said. "And will, bu as bitterly contested as the draft extension bill which was passed by one vole. "Tho vote will bo so close that no one is in a position to predict with any degree of certainty -whether—the-blll-wlH-be-Voted-up or down. "Tills is the last and ultimate step 'to- war. The final vote will come around 4 o'clock and I predict that the war zone amendments will bo defeated by from" 10 to 15 votes." MEETINGS FOfc HERD OWNERS Union County dnirymen wiU have an opportunity of hearing the owner sample method of dairy herd improvement work discussed in n scries of meetings to be held within the next thirty days. A limited survey of approximately 300 farms was tmde during August and early Scp- omber by Kenneth Rinehart, ester of the dairy herd Improvement Association. Of this group ap- iroximately eighty stated that they vere interested in the owner «am- le method. Should there bo sufficient income to usllfy n full time man in the field nnd n central lab- irntory where testing nnd comput- ng of records can be done it will necessary to have approximately wenty-flve herds in regular djslry herd' Improvement work and iev- enty-flve herds where the owner weighs and takes his own samples. The fieldman can thus provide three dairymen each) day with sample kits containing sample bottles- and scales and nlso take cure of weigh- ng and sampling one official dairy mprovement herd each day. It is expected that either I. P. Mc- Kclllp or C. L. Blackman, dairy ex- enslon specialists, will be the speakers at the local meetfngs with several committees being appointed o serve in needed capacities, J2-GAUGE shotgun, single 1 ' barrel. Omar Elbin, Kenton Road. CHILDREN'S GALOSHES—See our warm, serviceable galoshes for hoys nnd girls. They look well, weur well, cost littlt 1 . Smith's Economy Store, Mnrysvllte. UUL.UMUUH E^gs (buying prices): Current farm receipts 31e; graded central Ohio firsts 32c; seconds, 22c; pul- leta 20c. U. S. retail grade eggs (paid pro. duccrs): U. S. extra large 38c; standard large 35c; standard medium 32c; trades 2llc. Live poultry (f. o. b. Columbui). Ilwllers, Hi to 2 IDS; 20«i21c; fries 2'/4 Ibrf. up lGfl'cl7c; light hens lOc heavy hens 15cr roosters lie; spring FOR SALE—Holding stove and cook. Klovo, in good condition. Inquire tit 73U West Fourth St. WANTED—Clover, timothy unJ mixed hay. Gray Hay Co., Canal 4204, Murysvllle. FOR SALE—11 ft. 3 in. by 12 ft. rug. WANTED—Good veal calves and! In good condition. 322 S. Plum St lambs. Walter Elliott, Cunul 4-141.' Automobiles for Snip (5 FOR SALE-Puntiw.-, 1037, four dour sedan, heater, fine condition. Charlt-s Carr, 222 N. Court St. Female Help Wanted 10 WANTED—Girl or woman for general housework. I'hoiii- C'anul 4587. KALAMAZO.O coul range. Good condition. Frank C. Mlllt-r, Irwln .Call Meehanli-sburg 14K13. Furnished Rooms FOIl RENT— Furnished room 704 W. Fifth St. 1H loi ducks 12c; spring old turkeys 15c. turkeys 18'i(20c WHITE MUDGE Mrs. Bina Bryan, Cor. SLEF.I'ING-HOOMH.' ono b I o u U from square. 240 W. Fifth St. Male Help Wantod H MEN WANTED—If you have u car, and can put in B hours a day, net in touch with me. An unusuul opportunity for real hustler In Hur- din county. Write or seu Mr. L. C. Shrider, 629 W. Lima St.. Kenton, Ohio. WANTED—Corn hu»ktrs. George Har|H.*r, Dojjleg Rd. fiood Thlntw to Eat 15 POTATOES, apples und onions in storage at all times. Davtd.sott'd Fill in Market.TjcJlefuntaine. Rd. FOR RENT—Nice Iront sleeping room. :i'J:i S. Walnut St. TV I. Canul 431(1. FOR RENT—Furnished room for sleeping. 122 N, Walnut street. Houses, Apartments 20 FOR ItENT— Brick house, 342 W. Eighth St. Orlean Black, Route •_>, MarybVille. FOR RENT--S room house, lit) N Vine St. K. U. Scutt. Hilltop 4253 DOUBLE and single rooms for rent. 1'rivate bath. Cunul 470H. LARO—The most u/onumicul edible fat. In these duya of rijing piict-a you cuu save by u*ing A'liiiun'j Pure Old-Fashioned Lard. The best money cun buy. Ask your grocer fur It. HURRY TO Ohio Oretuad fur eider iit lUc- gulluii in bwiivl )uU uiul your favorite- variety of ap^U-i, reasonably priced. Ohio Oi chard. Milford Center. FURN1SHEIJ four-room apartment for rent. Canal 4708. SPECIAL SALE IS CONTINUED The one-cent sale of "Dad's Root Beer" being conducted in local stores has been extended until November 22nd, according to announcement from the' company's headquarters in Columbus. During the sale a bottle contain- ng a half-gallon is being sold for eighteen cents and with quart may be purchased for an additional penny. , LEWIS FACES A SHOWDOWN (Continued from page 1) Murray, president of the CIO and vice president of the UMWA, and Thomas Kennedy, secretary-treasurer of the UMWA. The surprise announcement WBS that the other two labor members of the board—William A. Calvin of th<! AFL International Brotherhood of Boilermakers and Iron , Shipbuilders, nnd George Lynch, president of tho AFL Patternmakers League of North America-—voted agninst the 1 union shop. Those voting with tllem against the union shop were the three representatives of the public—Chairman William H. Davis, Frank P. Graham and Charles P. Wyanski, Jr.—and the four management representatives—Cyrus Ching, Roger P. Lapham, Walter Teagle and Eugene Myer. Strike Loarw Associates of Lewis' who have discussed the mine situation with him recently, were frankly skeptical that he would accept. "I've never known John Lewis to back water and I don't think that he Will now," one of them-told the United Press. '"I think he has made his mind up to fight this thing out and that he'll call the miners out." But government labor officials regard this situation 'as crucial In the administration's efforts to make effective the president's plea for uninterrupted defense production. "If he allowed Lewis to get away with that strike the administration would have lost the decisive battle in its efforts to arm for defense at the earliest possible moment," a labor official said. "He can't afford to do thatr : ' _J Trie"amount oTcoiTproduced' by the captive mines is not large In proportion to the total output, but it la Important In that the steel mills are dependent on it for their operation. The union shop—all employes must join the union after a specified period—is n6t n vitally important one to the union in itself. A large proportion, estimated at 80 to OS per cent of the so-called captive coal miners, already; are members and it bargains for all of them. **< n A *.t*-r ttttf GRANGE NEWS Iware County. Each family Is ashed) filng, Novnmber 131h, It was an* ito bring pies. jnounced today. At the lost m«»t- j Thef Liberty Grangr» bnsketball, teams will hold their first practice- LIBERTY ORANGE The next regular meeting of Liberty Grange No. 2281 will DO, on Tuesday, Nov. lllh. At this time the third and fourth degrees will be conferred on a largo class of candl- on Thursday, Nov. 13th in the old school gymnasium. All players should bo present. LKF.SBURG ORANGE Election of officers of Lecsburg dates by. a degree team from Dela-jGrangp will be held Thursday eve- ing of the groiip on November 8th, the first and second degrees were conferred on a class of candidates from Raymond nnd l.eesbur'g. Farm Income of Milk Milk offers the largtst i!nfle sourc* of farm Income In the Unlttd States. Thirty-five years ago Nov. was on Sunday. llth < 20 YEARS AGO While oil operators In the Roundhead district are striking producers another oil boom is in prospect near West Mansfield where the West Mansfield Oil and Gas Company is preparing- to start drilling operations. Public Sales H. E. ACKLEY Thursday, Nov. 13, at 12 o'clock at residence 15 miles west of Marysville, one mile east of East Liberty, one mile north of Mlddleburg on U. S. Route 33: S horses, 17 cattle, 5 sheep, 40 hogs, implements, hay nd grain, household goods. Slmp- on Si Son and Teets, Aucta. Mrs. Poulten h; spending a fe'v days in West Virginia with rela lives. Mr. nnd .Mrs. .J. 11. Bryan unc Oscar Fletcher spent Sunday will- Mr, and Mr.s. Arthur Dunbar an' wife of Allen Center. Larry' Sh"arer of Murysvilh spent Sunday wth his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shearer. Mrs. Layman was u Friday caller of Mis. Bern Bryan. Mrs. Mac Kirby has returned home from Lou Ani-.ele.s where she spent the last few weeks with relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iluhl and children, near Yurk, and Mr. and Mrs. I/ester Wilson and children, Mr. und .Mrs. Cecil Oberdier and children and Mr. and Mrs. George Oberdier of Marion und Sadie Ciabtree ull were Sunday cullers of Mr. and Mr:;. Williams. Mr. and Mr.s. J. J. Harris attended the funeral of Laura Bell Bennett, of We:,t Mansfield, Sunday. . Mri. Thehna Ruhl is getting alon.-; nicely ufter her operation. William H. Longbrakc went to Blissfield, Michigan, yesterday, to visit his son, the Rev. Carl D. Longbrake. On tho return trip he will visit another son, Attorney Arthur C. Longbrake and family of Toledo. 10 YEARS AGO Dean A. Fair of New London will move his jewelry store from that city to Marysvllle. He has rented tho room formerly occupied by the Esely Jewelry store in South Main street and plans to move here as soon as possible. A decade and three years after the end of the "war to to end wars" finds the world supporting the largest military and naval establishments in history and weighed down with billions of dollars in debts. Attorney and Mrs, Mc-ade C. Rob inson and son James of Belk-fon- taine were guests yesterday of hU mother, Mrs. Coru Rubinson 01 West Fourth stret-t. HORSES $4, COWS $2 Of Htzr and Cundltlun — Call Belt Bros. Fertilizer HURRY! HURRY! Horses $1.00. Cows $2.00 :>f kUe and condition Ri-v«.-r»e Telephone Chart{>-» Small isiiinuiU removed p'ompllj Union County Fertilizer 4*i>l hl*r>.vll!c. O K G liuchsi^) Isic (jet >uur "No Hunting;" ! the Ti ibune office. 40- la Sto the Galloway Sh fuw VMiilrr sal health, j HE INSTATE WITIENBEKG SPRINGFIELD, O, Nov. 11.-Wittenberg College olUcial.i .saiil Way that It has lx-en returned unc.mdi- tiniially In the utv-redited of th.; Assi-eiiitioii df Arneriean Universities fruni u Inch it was Mispende-l m 1UJU fur pnyiiii; low salaries to faculty members. NOUWALK "BLACKOliT" NORWALK. O., Nov. 11.—Thij city will be "blacked out" tonight for five minutes us part of Armin- lice Day observance. The: blacKou*. will start at 7 p. in. and stale highway p-tiit'lms'ii \vill halt 'i.ciinun:; tiaffii: at tin.- city limit.-, f^r the pi/i- 4-H CLUB NEWS ADVISORY COUNCIL NO. 14 Advisory Council No. 14 met a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Roberta on Nov. 6th with 25 mem bers present. Mrs. Matt Paclia gave a report uf the ull county counci meeting ut Murysville. Henry, Foo; gave a report of the hybrid con test pint held on his farm by Ui' F. F. A. boys of the Ricliwom school. The council voted to Uik out u Red Cross membership. Th president. Robert Muther, presided fur the discussion period and s twelve ix/int program on Jurni problems was mapped out for study during the enduing months. The fume "Faithful 14," was chosen for the CiHincil. During the social hour, Mr. and Mrs. Ruberli served deh- ciou.s i"cf i'L:>hrticntb. THOMAS D. PHILLIPS Friday. Nov. 14, at 1 o'clock at the Phillips Farm in Leesburg Town- ihip, IVt miles northwest of Pharls- )urg on the Vansant Pike, also <nown as the Kinney Pike: 11 head of sheep, young Guernsey cow, 500 bushels of corn. In crib, farm equipment. Terms: cash, Simpson te Son, aucts. C. C. IN8KIP Tuesday, November 10 at 11:30 o'clock at his residence known as Lhe Inskip farm on the Epps and Holycross Rodd, 1V4 miles south of Pottersburg, 4 miles east of North Lewisburg: 3 horses, 21 cattle, 40 sheep, 18 hogs, implements . and soma household goods. Lunch. Terms: cash, Simpson & Son, aucts. Ed Edwards, clerk. C. N. CORBET Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 12 o'clock at hU farm 1 1-2 miles north ef.Zenes- fleld on U. S. Route 33 and 5 miles east of Bellefontaine on U. S. Route 33: Twenty-six cattle, 2 horses, 26 sheep, 4 sows with pigs; feed and farm implements. Lunch. Terms cash. C. D. Anderson, auct. Carl C. Kirk, clerk. HENRY CONKUN Wednesday, Nov. 19, at his funn located halfway between Pluin City and Delaware on U. S. Route 42. Fresh dairy cows. B. C. K1KBY Friday, Nov. 21 at 11 o'clock at his residence known as the William Fulton farm on state route 31, IVn miles south of Sommcrsville, 10 miles north of Maryaville: 2 mules. 33 head of cattle, 3 sows with 21 pigs. 13 feeding lambs, milking machine. Lunch. Simpson & Son, aucts, J. G. S*rsn, clerk. AtlUi. MA BY GttK ti>T November 25—Chattels belonging to the late Mrs. Mary Ge«.r, at the home, 2 miles south of Marysville on Weaver Rd. Simpson & Sun, Shooting into live wires creates* a very grave hazard, inducing short-circuits and overloads which cause broken wires.- And broken — wires are dangerous-VERY OFTEN DEADLY-aside from interrupting Electric Service. Please play SAFE-cfon't shoot into any wires whether power lines or not as they may be carrying High Voltage Electric Current. The Marion-Reserve Power Co. SOUND MORTGAGE FINANCING FOR your present home, your future home or residential investment property We are always ready to consider mortgage loans—(1) for refinancing a present loan; (2) for completing the purchase of a new home; or (3) for residential property which you wish to acquire as an investment. When you are interested in ANY of these plans, it will pay you to consult our officers. Our ratea are attractive, and we charge. NO COMMISSION for making these toans. This often means a real saving. Monthly payments may be arranged over a liberal period of time. MEMBtN FCDCRRL Oif \HOiMOtSLt

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