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FOURTEEN THE EVENING INDEPENDENT.,MASSILLON. OHIO WEDNESDAY. MAY 26.-.1937 • Phone 3161 Read This Page Every Day For What You Want To Buy Or Sell. Start Now LOW COS'K Constitution In 150th Year Looks Good For 500 More To Experts On Manuscripts Mrs. Roy Longworth and daughter, Cleo, of Massillon, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williarry;, Sunday. There are 15 eighth grade graduates at the local school. The class was the largest in a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Princehorn visited Mr, and Mrs. John Rudy, of near | Sixteen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harclesty and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kreiger, of Massillon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kreiger, Sunday. The local school will close Friday I for- the summer vacation. A picnic j . dinner will be served by the mothers, j | a program of sports to be carried out i ' on the school grounds during the af- | tenioon. • Mr. and Mrs. David Weygandt and son, Gene, and Mrs. Pearl Ickes were in Massillon, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glutting and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Harig, of Massillon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harig, Saturday. Mrs. Msrgaret Peit and sons, John and Wilfred, of West Brookfield, visited Mr. and' Mrs. Jess Zupp, Sunday. Mi's. Frank Ickes and' son, Lloyd, visited at'Mbultrie and Homesworth, Thursday. Mrs. Fletcher Richards, of Orrville, and Mrs. George Richards, of this place, were in Akron, Thursday. 150 YEARS AGO IN PHILADELPHIA ^ V Hard at work on 'composition of the constitution are'(1. to r.) James Wilson of Penrislj-yania, Alexander Hamilton of New York (bending over desk), James Madison of Virginia, George Washington of'Virginia, and Robert Morris of Pennsylvania, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania is seated at right and Daniel Carroll.of Maryland is at lower center. . . ';./-.; By ALEXANDER R. GEORGE AP Feature Service Writer WASHINGTON, May 26.—Whatever the outcome of congressional and court wrangling over the .constitution, the document itself—now in its 150th year—is expected to last for at least 500 more years. The writing has faded some but still is legible and the original four pieces of parchment—28% by 23% inches each—are in excellent preservation, according to manuscript experts at the Library of Congress.- • The fading- was arrested in 1921 when the'', document was transferred from the state, department to a marble shrine in the library. which fends the actinic rays .of the sun by an amber screen between-plates of glass. . It was May 25, 150 .years ago, when the "founding .fathers"—most of them mere youngsters got down to. the difficult business of framing the constitution. Delegates in their 30s outnumbered any other age group at the historic convention in Philadelphia and the average age was about -42, as compared with the 57 average of the United States senate today. Nearly Wrecked in July Pound Father James Madison vemeur Morris was 35, Massachusetts'] an executive authority 'composed of able Rufus King, 32, South Carolina's] three men. because he.feared a : single Charles Pinckney', 29, and New York's great Alexander Hamilton only 30. George Washington, convention president, was 55, .while oldest of the 55 "clear-headed, firm-purposed but willing to compromise" delegates .was the 81-year-old master conciliator, Dr. Benjamin • Franklin. Battles between the large and small states,, combined with wilting heat and the onslaught 'of livery stable flies threatened to-wreck the-conven.-. tion in July. '. - ' - , - ... Compromise on.Congress The .major conflict, was over proportional representation in the national legislature. . : • ' . The -large'states' plan, originally offered by the .Virginia delegation, call-' ed -for representation in both houses ori a population basis. Th small states' plan, presented by New Jersey, was to continue the confederation idea of a -single house and an equal.state vote. - The Connecticut compromise finally adopted provided for lower house representation of the states on a population basis and an upper house elected by an equal vote. 'Many proposals of the delegates executive would mak-s the government too much like a monarchy. Hamilton, advocate of a stro'n'g central government, suggested the presi- 'dent be given an absolute veto on acts of congress. - ' - - . • Some wanted the president to be elected - by congress and' Gouverneur Morris -urged that he serve for life. He also proposed life terms for- senators, to be appointed .by the president, and objected to distribution of representatives on a population basis only. "Not, liberty," said Morris, "but property is the. - .main object of so- 'Ciety." " CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Figure on oasis of 6 words to a Line. 30 Words. 5 Lines. ONE TIME «F THREE TIMES - - - TOc ONE WEEK - -.- S1.30 ONE' MONTH - - - - S5.00 ONE TEAR ----- $42.00 Bi-tia Lines Over 30 Words ] time per line 7e :; times per line lOe 6 times per line 18c 1 month per line 70c ] year Der line 50c Card ol Thanks 75c Display advertisinE in Classlfiec Column 60c per inch each insertion Subject to Change without Notice. 5% Cash Discouni When Adv. U paid fur in advance or at office within five days, provided there is no past due Balance- Accounts oaio collector are net. The Independent will not oe responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion of any Advertisement. • - . CLOSING HOUR — Ads received up to 9:00 a. m. will be published the same day. BUSINESS SERVICE 43—CONTRACTORS BKN W. SCHRADER. general contractor, alterations, additions, repairs, liiodern store frf.nts. Dial 76C1. 45—ELECTRICAL KI.ECTKHJ wiring. During your spring housecleaning, csl! us to do your electric repair work and wiring. Baker Electric Co Phcne 4503. 346. Lincoln ' 'Way, W. • ' 48— PLUMBING Advertising Department Closes Each Day at 5 p. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 4—LOST AND FOUND Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Anderson and I LOST — Elgin wrist watch, lady j, ir. downtown section, Tuesday. Please return to Independent or dial 5022. fleward. . ; Mrs. Thomas Murdock, of Massillon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eli Mock, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Ickes and Mr. and. Mrs. Weldon Ickes, of Canton, visited Mrs. Pearl Ickes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller and son, Tom, of West Brookfield, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Zupp, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Wolf and son, Donald, of Massillon, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wolf, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard King, of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen and daughter, of. this place, visited Mr. and Mrs. Earner King, of the Woodland rd., Friday. LOST. Dealer's license plate Xo. ))4->14"3, between Seneca St., XE, and Masaillor. Buifk Co. Finder return to Massillon.. Buick.. Co... or Bial 5109. . Keward. • • . and heating. See iVIllium Kraft aiid Harry Poth for .\cw and re li?ir vvai-ls,'prcnipt attention. Located ill ISjl |st St.,' NE. Dial 5255 or 43-ii .fi-r service.' - FOR SALE 72—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FURNITURE, nt low prices—Flat or roll-top de?ks, cong-olium or axmins- ter rugs, davenports, chairs, radios, tables, piano, buffets, ice boxes; oil. gasoline, j,-as or coal stoves, show oases, counters, etc. 1G9 Erie st., S. M. & R. Used Fur. Store. TWO. GAS RANGES, White Star. In- fiuire S89 Amber?.! r;!.,. NE. T\V"O Uxl* AXMINSTEK rugs and one 6x9 Axminster i'UK- 'I-ikc new. Inquire at-rear of S-'6 Trehiont ave., S\V.. DAVKXPC'JiT; mchair. Dial a I 130 Dwight ave.. SE. M53 or call 49—HEATING & PLUMBING S^f^^*****m*^******S*'*f**''S*r***S^S***SV'*** FI:RNACK CLKAXIN«. Have your furnace cleaned with Holland's large vacuum cleaner. \Vc repair all make! furnaces. Inspection free. Holland Furnace Co. Dial S7C6. S3S Seneca St., BIRD haths. 97c arid us). 3:;-pe. breakfast sets, $2.t'8. Al:. kinds of baking dishes. 15c and up. fi custard 'cups with wire rack, special, 29e. Blun Bird Potter}-. 120S Lincoln Way. E. Dial 373!). REAL ESTATE 104—HOUSES FOB SALE IF YOU want a modern house with all the extra conveniences, Vikf. a guest closet, built-in ironing board, clothes chute and laundry tuts, then you should be interested, in 1113 10th St., XE., especially as the price is reasonable. V.'e shall be glad to make an appointment for you to see it. NORTH Lawrence :r.ay seem .too far out of town, but when you can get a completely modern seven-room house, with three-stalJ garage and two acres of sotd snroen ground lor only $:>,1CO, isn;t it worth if? In Mas- •sillon the price would be 56,000. The KockleJge Realty Co., a9 Ist-st.. SE. HOT WATER a Plenty with the A. G. P., the -mcderately priced automatic heater that keeps hot water or. tap 24 hours a day. Small down payment, balance <;ver period of two years. Manufactured by a division of American Radiator Co. Let us demonstrate this remarkable heater. Large stock. Lauuenheiser Plumbing- & Seating Co., 252 ' Lincoln Way, VV. Dial 772S. 50-PAINTING & PAPERHANGEVG WALL PAJ'ER, paints, shades, linoleum, house painting, interior decorating, paper hanging, removing with steari'. Steamers for rent. Gritzan's Walt Paper and Paint Store. Phone 3860. S5 Erie, S. . RENTALS 81—BOARD AND ROOMS FURNISHED ROOM and board'.'for two gentlemen. Close in. Good home cooking. Inquire at 117 Second, si.; XE. 84—FURNISHED ROOMS 3RD ST., XE, 017—Well furnished, airy front room. Close to square. Garage. 86—HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping. Inquire at City Upholstering, -t- Charles avc., > TWO.ROOMS furnished for light housekeeping. All conveniences, close in. adults only. Inquire. 115 Chestnut ave.. XE. 88—HOUSES FOR RENT NUT1CE OF APPLICATION TO TRANSFER PERMIT Public notice is hereby given that G. P. Marshall has filer! application with The Public 'Utilities Commission of Ohio for authority to transfer Permit No. 091 and property to G.'F. Marshall, Inc., who has filed application to acquire the same.. G. P. Marshall, Inc. agrees to adopt all provisions of tile permit now on file v.-ith the commission. Xuinbtr and capacity of vehicles to be used:- :t—isat Kord IV- Ton Trucks. 1— 1!I35 Ford Tractor. 1—Freiiiinut Trailer. All interested partUs may "Main in- lomiation as to elate and place of hearing upon said application by addressing Tlu; Pu'tiii: Utilities Commission of u'ni-.i, Cc'Iuml'u. 1 --. Ohio. i.;. f: MARSHAL!,, Seller. G. .P. MARSHALL', Inc.. Buyer. in The Evening- Indepcnd- LOST. -Purse, containing white prayer book and rosary, 'in .business district. Saturday, May 15. Dial 0336 or return In Tha Independent office. Reward. 6—PROFESSIONALS CHIROPODIST — Dr. Mary E. DSnius. Practice limited. . Feet, legs ami ankles. Special 'attention to children. Phone for appointment. 1st National Bank Bids'. J'ialIfrwS. • TERMITE Control Co. treat for termites only (flying ants). Free inspection. 1401 First Central Tower, Akron. ilassiHqn Mothproofing Co., 40 Charles .ive., SE, authorized representative. Dial 4428. C. A: Selw.ty. " ' 7—SPECIAL NOTICES' LOANS OX JEWELRY, shot guns, rifles, saxophones. trumpets, coronets, typewriters, adding machines, field glasses, golf clubs. Cash for Liberal Jewelers "& Loan Co.. 404 E. Tusc. st.. Canton. .. Franklin Champions Poor Charles Pinckney, another ."property man,'' would have required a propariy. qualification of $100,000 for the presidency, $50,000 for -a judgeship, and like proportions for 'con- I ( : nt ' •'' ^ 19 - 26 - 1M1 gressmen. Replied Dr. Franklin: "I.;.dislike everything which tends to debase the spirit of the common people.'. If. this constitution should betray a great partiality to the rich it will not only.hurt us in the estsem of the mos't. 'liberal and enlightened men in Europe but will discourage the common people from removing to this country.'' He urged that th-s niJARANTKBD exterminating of moth, ants, rats, mice, bedbugs, etc. Overstuffed furniture, carpet, coats- mothproofed, and guaranteed three years by our odorless mothprooffn's proc- Massillc-h Mothproofing Co.. 40 Charles ave.. SE. HOUSE' painting, written guarantee. Paperhanging; -'- steam removing, interior painting, plain. . ani artistic decorating.- ^,000 wallpaper patterns to select from. P. H. Bednnrd. For samples and estimates. Dial 67-S. WALLPAPER REMOVED by steam. 12 years experience. Rubber and tile floor coverings installed, also floor sanding Free estimates. E. R, Speck Floor Co. ' LET EXPERIENCED men do your house painting, interior painting, pa Pfrhanginy and removing. Only first class materials used. Work guaranteed. Wallpaper and paints. Fred Jekubik.'-Emil Domintok, contractors. Dial SJ42--I26J. 13! Tremont arc., SW. PAINTING paperhanging, wallpaper, sanitas. ."paints and 'varnishes. Only first gracTe materials'.used. "Quality" has no. substitutes. Fiee 'estimates. Louis A. Weigand. 2214 Allen ave.. XW Dial 4490. - '3fi.-' . 51—MOVING - TRUCKING STORAGE,' 8—WANTED TO BUI •was 36 and his Virginia colleague, Gov-i would seem almost fantastic'to mod- ernor Edmund Randolph. 33, Perm- ern politicians. -Randolph, who in- without salary with only his necessary j sylvania's one legged, brilliant Gou-1 troduced the Virginia plan, \vantedlexpensespaid. mm PROBLEMS .LEGAL NOTICE Joseph Malinconico, Radii?! Malinconico and Frank Santoli, whos? residences lire unknown and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained will take notice that The First Savings i.- Lopn Company of Massillon, Ohio, filed its Petition against them in Case No. 7G31S of the Common Pleas Court of stark County, Ohio, on the 10th day of May, 1937. prayinir for foreclosure of mort- prages on Lor. No. -166H in said City of JJassillon. Klark County. Ohio. president serve Said p.-a-tics are required to answer fon or liffore the 10th day of July. 1037. AMKS K. WILL1SON. Attorney for The First Savings and Loan Company. EAST 'GREENVI1 L'E P uhii -''i^ in The Evening Independ. 1-i/^.iJ M. VJiVJ_4l_,l^ V ILsL^Lj eil( . ji ay ]2 _ ,^ oc- iTunc «• Si J6 ; 193 ;, by DR. GARRY C MYERS Head Department Parent Education Cleveland College, Western Reserve .' Criiversity Tomorroiv's .History, Much Information in.Daily Sheet The'newspaper gives the news today that \vill be history tomorrow: Besides, the newspaper contains a vast amount of useful information. Although-not nearly all that appears in the average newspaper is wholesome for the growing child to read, much''-of it is valuable information and aniusement. The problem of the home and the school is to train the child to -select the best from the newspaper, to 'read it intelligently. You and I know children who just do_ not choose to read the worst in the' paper because they have learned to enjoy the' best. -The child so guided today.will'-demand a .better and better newspaper tomorrow.- For the proper study of many topics at school, particularly in elementary science, general science, the social sciences, the daily newspaper, with its pictures arid stories of business, government, . international relations, inventions and scientific .explanations and discoveries, is indispensable as a reference text in the classroom from the fourth grade onward. Besides, it is valuable for English classes. Child Is Helped The other day a 14-year-old boy Mrs. Mary Hill entertained with a dinner. Thursday, in .honor -of her j c'a-jgh;sr. Mrs. Whitcy Hoffman, and i hsr daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Hill, \vho cjlc'j'ralsd their birthday anni- ver£"~ics. Following the dinner; cards v.-erc enjoyed. A prize was won - by M' Lillian KanthT'' Those present find a misspelled word or grammati-1 were Mrs.'William.'App, Mrs. Harry cal error in the newspaper except inj K]j!1(?4 Mrs _ Harry Owens and daugh- the funnies. "Those who work on a ter Aleca. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kauth, newspaper must know their spelling j lre . Eid on Mclnnis, Mrs. Emmet and grammar," said.he. Furthermore. Maupin and son. John, and WiHard the newspaper is a good source of!.Kauth. of Massillon, Mr. and Mrs. facts for making very interesting' practical problems in arithmetic. Par- Whitey Hoffman and children, 'Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and .children and ente as well as teachers should take; Harry Hill, of East Greenville. note. 'One can pick up any issue of a j The j^dies Aid society, .will serve a ' , . good newspaper and find materials | dinner for the public in the 'dining for fascinating arithmetic problems. ; hall of the Methodist church, Monday I wish I had known that when I wasj from 11 to 1 p. m. teaching children in the intermediate and grammar grades. LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Sale In pursuance of tlic'or.-lcr of the Pro- hate Court oi Stnrk County. I will offer for sale at public auction on the 9th day of, June. 19D7. at 1 o'clock p. in., on the promises, the following de- >:t:ribed veal estate: Being Lot Xo. 584S in the City of Massillon, Stark County, Ohio, and beinc the residence, property located at 206 Oak Street, Southeast, In said City. Said premises are appraised at $4.- SOO.OO. and must be' ?olrt for not less than 2-3 of said appraised value. Terms of rale arc 1500.00 cash in hnnd on dav of pala and the balance on the confirmation of sale and delivery of the deed. < HER.MA.V W. SEIKRL. Administrator of the estate of Jacob H. Brisgal. deceased. SKiKKU HEIKEL & SEtKEL, Xen- Philadelphia, Ohio, Attorneys for Administrator. Published in The Evening: Independent .Way II'. 13, 2C: June 2. 1937. .- Sunday school class No. 8-hold a meeting in the dining hall of the More than we realize, the comic> Methodist church with Mrs. 'John Hill, Mrs. Harry Jones and Mrs. Leon Graybill as hostesses. Following a business -session, contests were .held with prizes going to Mrs. Ray Bren- strips, despite the bad spelling, bad grammar and occasionally bad suggestions, 'help the child learn to read. ,._ ,-• » • ". T - I • J. nitHJ-M l£-Cd nUilin LW 1V1*£>. iVCX V JDJ-C1J ' Nowhere else is there reading mate- Mr£ Ira Knoblock and Mrs _ Car ml with so. strong a pull. Two of , Princehorn . Refreshments were' serv- my children who were poor readers, g d to 22 during their first few years at ' the comic strips. • Some day the news- Schools of Tuscarawas .township paper will purposely set out to teach ' .observed that one can almost never! cream. the child to read and to furnish him with good supplementary materials in! practically all his school subjects. -] The average American family spends almost $15 a year for ice v ' m close for the summer va'cation. Clarence Zupp and son. Harry Mrs. Anna. Owens, of Columbus visited Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones, of Massillon, were guests. Sunday, of Mr ! and Mrs. John Jones. MODEL ROCKEFELLER HOUSES IN CLEVELAND A model street in. model Rockefeller development, Cleveland 1 future ^development as demand may warrant. PartTof the vast Rockefeller estate in Cleveland-has | model houses. A large area has been laid out for. LEGAL NOTICE In accwv'.-inc-e wirh Onlina.ies- N'o 3fi!i6. pa.sscd by the Council cf the Citv of Masstlkin. November 23, 1535 se-'lerl proposals W jii be- received'at thVofhc.- cf the Director of Public Service Cit'v Hall, .Massillon. Ohio, until 12:00 o'cior-1- rmon E. S. T.. June 2nd, 1937. find will he opened and rfa I immediitely trifrf- after, for furnishing and installin"" equipment and supplies um'cr the fc.l- loii-iiig- conn-acts and in connection with thn sewage .treatment works of tho City of.Massillon: Contract 7 —Office Furniture anr] Equipment. Contract S —Laboratory Furniture. Contract '.' —Laboratory Equipment Contract 1C— Chemicals. Contract Il—Small Tools and Equipment. Contract 32—Fencing:. Contract IS—Trucks', It is required that separate proposals be submitted for each of the above contract, but, in addition. propo^Ms m ALL KINDS of ciiicUtns. Highest prices paid for quality poultry.. See: us before you sell. Mas'Eillo'n Fish Poultry Co., S27 Lincoln 'Way, W. Dial .7J':;5. DEEP well pump and motor. Must be in good condition for S2-1R after 5:00 p. m. cash. -.Phone FARMERS TAKE NOTICE! Why wait tor your money. Cash on the spot to-your cream. Tested before your own eyes, Tou will-like dealing this model n way. Daily Made Dairy. Arcade Market, • BOVS AND GIRLS to enter our lette:" writing contest. Ge; a bicycle free. Nothing to buy. Just come in and register. Fee bicycle in our window. The Toy. 212 Erie St.. N. "EMPLOYMENT 20—FEMALE HELP WANTED GIRL for general housework. No washing:, must be good '.XH;k. Go • borne nights. Ui'fercncvs. Dial 7125. WOMAN ."» to 3Ti years, to accompany couple on automobile trip .and to take c-are of small child. -\Vaqres. Write Box 56, care The Independent Cn. . . LOCAI- and-: long distance hauling First class service. Experienced workmen .We 'protect your floor coverings with tarpatiiim. Furnish bedding and wardrobe cases for last- tninuto Backing, if requested, without charge. Ail loads insured. Estimates free.' -Agent for Aero Mayflower Transit Co. -.' The Peoples Cartage & Storage, nia! 3639 or S315. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE moving. Reasonable rates. Insured. Agents for National Delivery Association. L. and L. Trucking Co.. 1049 Kodman ave.. NE. Dial 5320. 53—REPAIRING tJPHOt.STKRING. If you want your furniture done over-right at a fair price, us. Don't gamble on your work. Be sure. Estimates free. City Pphclsterlng Co. Dial 6S32. 42 Charles ave.. SE. FURNISHED HOUSE of four rooms at Highland Park. Will rent for the summer. Inquire Kenneth Ruckman, Highland Park. ' ' REAL ESTATE : 101—FARMS—LAND FOR SALE" \CEBAGK — 7 acres, located on the county line "VV. and Xorth Lincoln Highway; with good six-room house, furnace, electric, barn,' new- chicken house, fruit, A-No. 1 land. Posses- =iou nt once: a buy at H-0"0. 1 ACRE— Located at the. \V. end of - Daltoiv'C'-rm. .house, with'all convenionces: garase. Price $3,000. ' Would consider trade in city property. ' : liO ACRES. 3 rni. S. W.. on pood rd.. good House, fair barn, good soil. Price 55,000.00. ,-,-,, 00 ACRES—A r«il farm, .eooci butld- ings,-all under, slate roof. Coed land. Located S. T.V. H. \V. Glitz Realty Co Rm. S, First Savings & Loan Elder. - ' . 3TYRM of 20 acres, located one mile northwest of Brewster. Ohio, oon- sistinc ot 7-rooni house find bath, •steam" heat, electricity, hot and cold water in house, metal weather-stripped, new modern banl; barn and .all necessary outbuildings, sojne fruit. An ideal country home. Dial 0250, Massillon. ^ ^ J ___^^ 104-HOUSES FOR SALE HERE IS "A REAL Bin. In the ideal northeast section of Massillon, corner North ave-, and Ninth St.. MS. Nine rooms (two fami!;/). gas. elcc- iricitv, hot water heat, two baths, double garage, large corner' -lot. -Real bargain for quick sale. Must be sold to settle estate. Inquire. L. J.'Hansen. 42'Fifth St.. SE. Dial" 6622. • ; _- COMMONWEALTH AVK./.NE. Eight room house, fine ccndition, large lot, shrubbery, garage. Owner will sacrifice. Terms, $500 down payment; \Vel!man 'ave., SB. Six room house, hardwood up-and down.. Xo repairs needed.' Sacrifice price ?4riOC.OO ' . Lar«r« lot on Ertle ave. Fine build- ins site. Mrs. M. R. Featheringam, S30 Cherry, rd.. .NE. ' OHIO AVE.. NE.—Six-room, modern shingled house, garage. 'Inquire 347 Ohio'. NE. • - '" MS-LOTS FOK SALE PLOTS OF LAND. One acre 'up, just outside . city limits, conveniences available. Also five room house. Inquire K H. Eckroad, 29th St., XW, pxt'.. Route 2. city. AUTOMOTIVE 120—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 1534' PLYMOUTH De Luxe sedan. Radio and heater,..etc. Cash price, S325. Inquire Andrew Stano, R. D. No. 4, South Canton-Xfassiiion rd. • 1029 BUICK. Motor and tires In fine shape. 5S5.QO. Inquire 510 2ath st., SE. USED CAHS at bargain - prices. .Vo money down. 'Also cash for your can Bill Blaker at the Trailing Post. 1210 'Lincoln -Way. B. . .. O'BRIENS-PAINTS fine, Durable Paint* . At Thrifty Wee*! .. MASSILLON PAINT * GLASS : .-. Mt *,* Dili MM 55—MISCELLANEOUS PIAXO TUNING and repairing: by Hugh Russell. Massillon telephone -1S22' or -3-10-1;: Canton. CHAKia—Service at y.our home or mire Mrs. TM\v. Mittner, 725 Warren st., SW.. IMa; 7442. FOR SALE 60—BABY CHICKS 21—MALE HELP WANTED j-oxn.TjlJirxnuXfXfxnj-u-Lru-l^i-u^~,ri n 1- -----^—^- AMEiTIOL'S. married men 'for permanent position with unusual opportunity for advancement, from-$ JS3 wafikly . lleply Box No. 24, care Jmleiu-ii'Jleiit, giving name, age and pre.-:eMi occupation f^r intevyicvi'.. BABY CHICKS, thprougnbred. blood- tested, bred for .laying and sfurdiness. Prices low. Order now. Mr.SHillon Seed K Supply Co.. 224 Lincoln Wr.y. W. Dial S421. 63—PRODUCE L'OLLKC'i'OR, v,-ith car. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Inquire at S!) 1st st.. NE. 7 p. m. today. I.EARN 1 (.-lectrie welding, a trade with a future, and a chance to better your earning power with electric arc instructions. Also job . welding done. Inquire 5217. . Main ave.,' W. Phone 23—AGENTS—SALESMEN SHOF. SALESMAN, experienced, regular and part time. \Vc pay '$4.50 a day for <-i;rht hours-. Nobil Shoe Co., Ph'oni! "."60S Canton. Ohio. , , he submitted and contracts mny he awarded for any combinations of entire contracts. Copies of the contract drawings, spec ifications and blank proposals' are 01, fi|p and may be- seen at the office or either the City Knprineei-, City Hall Massillon. Ohio, or of George t). Gas- ooijrne, Consulting Sanitary Kniriiiee'r 1140 Leader Building:, Cleveland. Ohio' and may be obtained at either office upon payment of Ten Dollars*mo 00) This amount will he refunded in fuli in erase a formal proposal Is submitted. Oiherwise. .half of any payment so made will he refunded upon return of the document in goo'd condition within two (2) weeks after proposals are received Each proposal ho accompanied by a certified or cashier's check in the amount of- five (5) per cent of the amount bid, drawn on a solvent bank•inch check to be made payable to th<> City of Massillon, and to he by it held as a guaranty that in the event the bid 's accepted and contract awarded to the bidder, the contract will he duly executed and its performance duly secured by :he re'/vuired performance and liability in default thereof, said the amount represented bonds, and check and thereby will be .forreited,.to~'th"e""city "s liquidated damages. Bidders are ndvised that It Is the lesire of the City that all of the work n connection with each and all of these completed on or before For this reason, contracts bo September I!i37 iroposalx which i stipulate cnmpletion lales later than September 1, 1M7, may >e disregarded by the City in making :n award of contracts. This project will be financed In whole >r in part by the Federal Kmergency Ulminislr.-itieii of Public Works. Atten- ion of the bidder in called to the spe- :ial P. W. A. Construction Regulations vhlch are Included In the proposed eon- ract documents and'to the special re- uircmciils for the procurement of la- or, wage rates and hours of cmiiioy- nent, Particular. u Mention Is called to ho statutory roquiromcnt.t of the'State •f Ohio relative to licensing of corporations .organized under the laws .of any tber itati, 24—HELP WANTED MEN. BOVS, women, girif. To all who v>-ill send 2Sc (coin) will send complete plan, '.vhoie or part time. Clean pleasant profitable business at home, • where ever you live. Write E'mbe Co., P. O. Box No. Ca.nt'm. Ohio. •• POTATOES. Inquire Matt Trenjan, f i ve-juiles out Trcmonfarvo.-, SW, ex t. THE RE1'URBAN MARKET;, is now equipped with their own '• slaughter house ar.'d can give you home dressed meats at cut rate prices. Open eve- r.ings and Sundays until 10 n. m. 64—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE LITTLE .PIGS. Inquire at. P,j.-ir]-ram Farm oil, Miliersturg_rJ.. or Dial ."127. 6ft—FLOWERS—PLANTS—SEEDS TOMATO PLANTS, 12c a doz., 35c 100. 1P.06 Walntu id. S. W. Tjial 4511. across 935-1. plant*, at R. F. Drafces, from Highland Park. Dial ' PLANTS — Sweet potatoes, tomatoes. peppers. Al*o model T truck, nood panel body, -i good lives, engine .overhauled. Body or tiros arc worth price asked. Dial 9427. Residence, Sippo. W. J. Myers. YOUNG Kirl, with experience, will care for children, or babies, in the afternoons ov evening?. Dial -J523, or call at 12«7 Lincoln Way. E. ' GIKL for general housework. Can f'jr- nish references. Dial f)277. BUSINESS SERVICE 42—CLEANING & PRESSING CARPET Cleaning & Dyeing Co. Oriental, domestic rugs and upholstered furniture cleaned at our plant or in your home. Guaranteed against Ehrinltage or fading of colors. Dial 4428. - Attention of the bidder is called to t lie special P. W. A. Wage and Labor Provisions included in the specifications. Bidders are advised that the City Ordinances and the provisions of the Public WorUs Administration' will all apply this contract and that all provisions of the above will be enforced. Each proposal -must be made upon- the blanks, and enclosed 'and sealed in the envelopes furnished with the contract drawings and specifications, and it must be delivered at the office- of the Director of'Public Service, City Hall, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon K. S, T. on the day specified. Proposals must be accompanied by the .affidavit 'as to interested tinrtics refcrrod to in the. Instructions to Bidders, and, in the case of corporations not chartered in Ohio, by proper certificate that'such corporation is authorized to cio business in Ohio. • ' No bidder may withdraw hi.i bid for a period of thirty (30) days :;fter'the dale of opening bids. The City reserves the.right to reject •my or all bids, or nr.rts thereof, to waive any informalities or irregular)* ties in the bids received, and. to accept >h part or parts m- all of a'riy. hlfl which is deemed most favorable. By Order of the IMRKCTOK OK PUBLIC SERVtCR Published in Thf Evening Independent May 18, it, 1937, .' - < SKED POTATOES and corn. Potatoes: Michigan Russets, Green 1-U., Rural Xew Tr.rkers. Kaiaoin. Corn: M"edi- )ia Pride, Ea- Clara^e, Golden Surprise, Yellow . Dent, Gold Metal. Bloody Butcher, and a full line of ensilage corns. Qermina.tion hitrh. Jfassillon Seed & Supply Co., 22-1 Lincoln Way. W. • 1'LANTS for Memorial Day — Geraniums. Petunias', etc. " Also flower and vegetable - plants, and hardy Perennials. Uhl & Myers Cottage Gardens. Sippo, ] mi. N. of Lincoln Highway, on rt. 03. Dial 9-127. Pl'VE .ROOM BUNGALOW in. the suburban northeast section. Here is one fine home, S-i^O down balance $33.0n monthly. Owner may -aoaept good, used car as part down payment. Act-, ciuick. S. K. Rous-h Agency, 51 Erie st., X. Evenings Highland Park- SIX ROOM HOUSE, modern. Inquire S2 Woodland ave.. SE. after 7 p. m. SIPPO HEIGHTS. Beautiful modern brick ijunpalow of five rocms, earajre, larpe lot. $5300. 21st St.. XW- Four room .bungalow with bntli, garage/$S1CO. ' Harvard ave., XE. Splendid oriclc home, seven rooms and bath, .garage. faSOO. Wales rd.. XE. Siv rooms and bath, larpe lot, garage. 50500. . Snyder (t.. R\\". A dandy modern six room house with double g-ara^e. 53500. Xinch St., SW. Good eight room- house with bath. 53000. A. L. Williams, .agent. ' SCO Ohio- Merchantf; Trust Blilfr. Dial 5-l«. CAXTOX-MASSILLOX RD. Five room house, two and. one-half acres ground. Priced at f,:^OO.iiO. Crystal Springs. Five room. ho-j*- one-fourth acre ground. Priced j{ ?l!)CO.OO. B. F. Huntsbergor, ;02 First Xa-, tiona! Bank EM.?. Dial 5015 TiVO FIVK ROOM modern houses for 52300 each. . Sixth St.. SW, near West 'Center, double apartment. Bath, furnace, rras and electricity, one single and one double garag-e. ?4500. Canton. Seven rooms, modern. 52500. IHh St., XE. Six rooms, modern, garage. For sale or exchange. 12th st.. XW. Seven rooms, 7nodern. S4000. Third St., SE. Almost new, six rooms, modern, g-nrag-e. ?3uOC. Euclid St., SW. Five rooms, modern. In .good condition, new douKe sarage. $3800. Four rooms, partly modern, garage. S1TOO. Navarre. Three good lots'. 5SOQ. Many other properties for. sale or exchange. Buy- and sell your .real estate through George W. Zicgler, 191 Lincoln Way, E. Dial 590S or inquire 211 Eighth sc., SW. Dial 3043. Fnidwr 69—MUSIC AND SADIO PIAXO tuning: and repairing. Have • your work dor.e risht by Bert Hen- dersiiot, expert teciim' '312 Trc- mont-ave.. SE. - Phone-4825. GRUXOVV super- safe electric refrigerators. Electroiux gas refrigerators, pianos and radios. Oscar W. Eammer- lin. 212 First st.. NE. Dial 4219. 71—MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE HOUSE PAIXT. $1.05 gallon: enamel, 51.Ca and ?1.95 g-allon. All" colors. Guaranteed satisfaction, "Ross Hoffman, Mcponaldsville, slate-route 241. EIGHT-PIECE; .dining-room suite, $50; fruit jars with lids, 23c doz: jelly, with lids, tc nach; Wear-Ever rookin'p ulensils. bird bath, 75c: odd dishes and vases, summer formal size ]$, $4; rust, two-piece knit dress, sizt; IS, $(. Jinn's lr.i> coat, size -41), $2; overcoat, size, 40,- $2.; rain coat. $1. Inquire 724 7th ft.. SW. or dial P719. CROSLEY refrigerators, radios and Voss washing machines. Pay $5.00 per month, no down .-payment, no charge Baker Electric Co., 346 Lincoln -Way, W. Dial 4803. $10 TO $£0 ALLOWANCE . for old lea box on new 1037 Croaley, Leonard. , or Stewart-Warner electric refrigerator. Five year guarantee, three years to pay. MasFlllon Music Co.. 55 First st.. SW. Dial- .^742. TOP SOU. for. sale, limed and fertilized, all ready'for use. Also have about 45 loads' of" well rolled manure for your! garden and flower beds. Cash on delivery. T. G. Snydtr. Call Hit. TOP SOIL for .«alc. ..Also free estimate on cement .work—driveways, sidewalks QIC, -.n.iyivioml l.onp. Dial 5580. Independent Want Ads are great silent salesmen. FOR SALIi—Brewster: 3 rooms, 2 lots. Conveniences are all available, such as electricity, water, sewer, gras. To close estate, $513.50 cash. 6 ROOMS, '.vaier, bath, electricity, gas, fireplace, sun porch, double construction, paved street. One block to school, £ood neighborhood. $1.000 down, balance like rent. Price •$.",200.00. S ROOMS, water, slate roof, garage full cellar, 2 blocks to school, $1 000 ' down -Price $2,SCO. 3 ROOMS, 2 lots. Conveniences, as gas, electricity, water and sewer are all available. To close estate must be sold for spot cash. $313.50. LOTS—Have over SOO-lots. rnnffinjr in price from $75 tc !100. E. IS. Schott broker, Brewster, O. Box Xo. 40*. Phone H2R. We Buy, Sell, Exchange- Bldg. & Loan Stock Deposits, also all .Listed and Unlisted Securities- Call Leo W. Blaumeiser or Strousc, Thomas & VVhelan, Inc. 1003 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. Canton, 0.. Phone 5394 General Electric Radios - Washers Sweepers ' Free Demonstrations COTINEFROCKO) --OIAI-4Z42 Dial 4242 Lincoln Way, W. COTTAGE, ^ Turkeyfoot Jvefy 'nice" 5-rbom bungalow .wit-ir< i , 'basement and room for car. Some I 'furnishings, good boat, nice .lot, I 'located on West Side of Lak^ near Caslers. Buy this and enjoy yourself. Only $1350. Immediate possession. It's a bargain. For laUormation Dial 7210 $20 TO $300 LOANS Without Endorsers Money Same Day You Apply No inquiries of friends or 'employer. Repay monthly. Low rates. Just phone or see manager. Tell him how much money you want and when you want it. "Doctor of Family Finances" HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION Room 312, 3rd Floor -A First National Bank Bldg. Corner Lincoln Way and Erie St. Phone: 7300 Hear Edgar Guest; Tuesdays, NBC Notice FOR SALE Allen Heights I have nine lots frontage on the south Canton - Massillon road. Some 60 and 68 feet by 157 feet depth. Also 10 acre lots on ashed streets, 40 feet wide. Now. there are about $40 delinquent iaxes and road assessments on each. Will sell for amount of delinquency in cash and the balance on your terms, secured by mortgage.-Electricity available. A warranty deed free from all encumbrance at $300 per lot.,Blue print can be seen at my. residence corner Allen ave and Bailey rd., NE., Massillon. If interested, drop me a card. WM. H. ALLEN R. D. 4, Massillon NOTICE the On ai)ci after June 2nd our garage will be open between liours cf 6 a. m. ar.d 6 p. m. week days for sales snd service. Tow Service Anytime—Dial 4186. Sundays, Holidays and Nights we wil 1 be closed e::cept for towing. We are making this change to further improve our service and better working conditions for our employees. J. G. Strohaker & Son AU7hORIZF£> FORD DEALER •••H^^

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