Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio
8 Mar 1920

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8 Mar 1920

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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Circleville, Ohio The Circleville a. A Market quotations the in Toft Prodon ce., in Oti the following Prises Sim. Chickens Springer. Soc heavy hens. 30c Cocks. 17c ducks. In butter packing Stock. 30c Cream. 84c a of inf Prien on Purine so Roto feed. M i Chickee Chewer $4fi Chook be Ai til a crap Mih to steal Tine 9 al paper hanging and cleaning. For paper hiking and meaning flail Telephone 803. William Tudor 117 Maplewood Avenue line Pew zip a a a in 11 in Mader amp Ebert fun eras direct Ore. A in Nee of vice lid Iff i 111 it ii sir Iti a Ai a pm life insurance is cheapest necessity. A when was Home sick last week a said a Well known business Man a i had plenty of time to think. Some thoughts were pleasant and some were not. The thought that gave me most satisfaction was that if i did no to get Down town again i had enough life insurance to pay my debts leave my wife a comfortable monthly income and to provide my children for their Battle with the world. A still i wished it was More hut i remembered that while you can. Call the doctor and the undertaker after you get sick you have to Call the life insurance agent before you go to bed. Why done to we Call him oftener perhaps because he Calls on us so often. A i was rather tolerant of the Chap who signed me up for life insurance did it partly As a favor to him i thought. He tells me he makes the last Call too As Well As the first. After the doctor the lawyer the preacher and the undertaker the inheritance tax collector a have called yes after the friends have called and left their Flowers and words of sympathy for the widow this life insurance Chap Calls and leaves the life insurance Check that takes care of All other callers Bills. A there is an Odd thing about those life insurance checks he tails me they Are always Worth erne Hundred cents on the Dollar spot Cash. I see by today a paper that my Liberty Bonds the Hest stuff any american can buy would bring less than Par. Your widow done to have to Hunt a buyer or pay a commission or wait awhile till the Market gets better to get her life insurance Money in full. A strange men done to Load up More heavily with life insurance. Perhaps they thing it costs too much. I thought i afford it till that Chap showed me it was the one great necessity that bad not gone up in Price. That $1,000 costs less each year than a pair of shoes said i afford to be without it. I guess he was right. A was soon As the doctor says i May try again i am going to take $10,000 full information costs you nothing. Call or phone if ready for our doctor. S. G. Rader. Agent Ashville Ohio. Burglars enter Friedman a Baccar third time this Winter no Money in Safe. Burglars sunday night entered Friedman a Bazaar on West main Street and stole six Georgette waists out of a show Case. The Safe had been left open hut the thieves broke the lock on the inner door with a Brick. There was no Money in the Safe an Entrance was gained by Boring a Hole thru a wooden shutter on the East Side of tile building and unfasten ing the window. Friedman a seemingly is a favorite store for thieves. This is the third time it has been broken into this Winter. Crop important special interest attaches to blowing under Green manure and saving of seed. A at the court House hearing ditch Case. The Case of the Village of new Holland against county auditor Fred r. Nicholas Over the amount of assessment in the Kirkpatrick ditch Case is being heard in common pleas court. C. Ii. May and judge Dresbach represents the plaintiff. I. N. Abernethy c. A. Weldon and w. A. Welch the defendants. Probate court. J. R. Noecker was appointed administrator of the estate of his Mother. Mrs. Sarah m. Noecker deceased. The estate is valued at $9300, of which $4000 is personal. Marriage License Elias Justice. 27. Farmer Ross county and Sylvia Kearns 17, Deer Creek township. Rev. G. E. Tifft. Prepare Weil Iii Advance material must a Given Chance to become at least partially decomposed before the following crop in planted. Mrs. Margaret Stitt died at age of 80. Mrs. Margaret Stitt one of the Best known older residents of Ross county died at the age of 84 years at her Home on West water Street at i of clock saturday morning after a Brief illness of Only one half hour. Mrs. Stitt the daughter of William k. And Margaret Affleck Mccoy was Bora in a log Cabin on her fathers farm on the Egypt Pike More recently known As the Jacob Mccoy Farmon March 20, 1836. At the Early age of sixteen she was married october 26, 1852, to Moses Stitt and took up her residence on the adjoining farm at the j Stitt Homestead. Her husband pre ceded her to the grave Many years j ago after which mrs. Stitt moved to j Chillicothe where she had since resided. Of the nine children born to mrs. I Stitt five remain to mourn her loss i mrs. Job Brown of Delaware David Stitt of South Union township Bessie Stitt and John Stitt of Chilli i Cote and mrs. Mack s. Clark of South Union township. I there also remains sixteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren and two Sisters mrs. Mary Shortridge of near Circleville and mrs. Howard veal of Ashville. I the. Funeral service was held at 1 30 of clock this afternoon at her residence Rev. C. C. Mckinney officiating. Interment was made in Browne a Chapel. Morality the object. The end of ail political struggle is to establish morality As the basis of a1 legislation. A tis nol free institutions a tis not a Demon key that is the end no but Only the Means. Morality is the object of government. We want a state of tilings in a Hhd crime will not pay a state of things which allows every Man the largest Liberty i compatible Ettli the Liberty of every Thor . Found Maple sugar made 58 year ago. Mrs. Susan Miller living near car i Roll has found three pounds of Maple sugar that was made in 1862 hidden in the farm House attic when it was prepared by the United states department of agriculture Blay is the month when a Large part of the Crimson Clover crop in the Southeastern states May be harvested. Special interest attaches to the blowing under of the Green manure crop and the saving of the seed the first because of the High Price of fertilizer and the second because of the High Price of seed. Whichever use is to be made of the crop preparation should be made Well in Advance of the Harvest season and Especial thought should be Given to tilt crop which is to follow the Crimson Clover. Plow crop under. Crimson Clover. Uke any Green manure crop should be slowed under at least two weeks before the following crop is planted. If planting is made on the freshly turned mass of leaves and stems the results Are Likely to he worse than of no Green manure had been used. The Green material Mut be Given a Chance to become of least partially decomposed and the soil bacteria must have an Opportunity to remove some of the injurious material that Are formed by organic decay. Usually it is inadvisable to follow a Crimson Clover Green manure crop with any Early planted crop Uke Cotton or Early potatoes unless tin land can be slowed by the al rat week of May. Corn is the crop most commonly used after Crimson Clover As it need not be planted until the first of june. Save Supply of 8e�d. There is every reason this year Why banners who Are to grow Crimson Clover next year should save at least enough seed for their own use. Seed production is not a difficult matter and is indeed a common practice in Many of the Southeastern states. The Only equipment required is some form of seed stripper with which to remove the Ripe Heads. The seed need not be thrashed or hulled As in the Case of red Clover and other clovers but is often sown in the Hull just As it comes from the Field. The seed should he gathered just As the first blossoms Are beginning to Wither and harvesting must be completed within eight or nine Days As the seeds shatter badly when thoroughly Ripe. Details of the construction of the seed strippers and other matters relating to seed production Are discussed in Farmers bulletin 640, which Farmers Are urged to consult. Puns for granaries free Farmer enabled to Market his produce More profitably by use of portable structures. A Knock Down or portable granaries can be used to care for wheat on the farm plans for which have been published by the United states department of agriculture. The use of these a general View of portable granary specifications for which Are provided free by the United states de. Part mint of that coming North. Morgan raiders were can leg in Boers. I get storehouses often enables the grower to Market his produce with better profit the plans con be ohis mod free on i it quest. I my in i Iff in we. I i b til a in i in inc Oli i in 7alf monday Mach 8,1920. Tim aim that rum men should look fms for value this season style is important tailoring is important but first be sure that you re getting Quality All Wool fabrics in the clothes you buy this Spring. Good woolens Are scarce arid More shoddy stuff is on the Market than Ever before. Oppenheimer clothes Are of the same old integrity of All Wool fabrics and sound tailoring with styles the a newest of the new. When you buy a Kuppenheimer suit it is a foregone conclusion that you la get the full Worth of every a a coppers you pay. Its really an investment in which you realize big dividends in the Good clothes satisfaction and get. Kuppenheimer suits and overcoats a styles that Young men like sound sensible stylish models for men of affairs $35 to $65 Colwell Katz Gower court and main Street Circleville Lodge 1597 Loyal order of Loose charter to remain open for a few Days longer initiation fee under open charter is Only $6.00 after the 10th Day of March the initiation fee will be $20.00. It is not our aim to help you on your feet but it is our aim to keep you on your get Haye to w p0wn and out to obtain benefits in the Loyal order of if you Are a member in Good standing and Yoy get sick or Hurt you get your benefits whether you need them or not ? get your application in at once. Insure your children an education and a Trade. For further information Call a phone no. 1090. Twig big Moose minstrels a re coming March Lith and 12th. Entire lower floor $1.00 Balcony 75c gallery 35c. J at the grand opera House join the order that is going to have a band. J. P. Merrill Secretary Loyal order of Moose dear sir i hereby make application for membership in Circleville Lodge no. 1597 l. To. It it. M. And will qualify when Doti lieu by you i Row at 7 Alsed torture makes Lins Are j oils. Go is Low wan is of the and i Torion in funerals. Weddings parties a in Colombia. Dative Washer poor miners Iii the to Colombia average from 25 it Ems to Silver Day. Tile earnings of the native miners depend on whether the ground is worked before or after u flood which causes natural riffles to form in Bara along the Stream. I 13 Ive. Ii is it in mine May be Cetin More porous. A cd ? soils by if Prev j a to ii h. A a i i i More Roto a Clay Soli i very Tine Era mad zit ted together and made a mama asanas ism Sis mashes for Chicks a hens. J death of mrs. Longberry. Blackford s milk a egg mrs. Lulu Loo Berry aged 39, wife n. T. Weldon w. Main St. Of Frank Longberry died monday night at the Home on the five Points Pike of pneumonia following an at helps appearance of farm it my i not i the fifth number i course which was to have been held Hjul cd 9th, has been postponed. A Date will be announced later. A dry a feta Wal Ai paint does not make buildings but is Good Index to efficiency of the owns ii a a coat of paint does not Quot make farm building no Moll Quot than the clothes make the min but Pelt appearance on the farm is generally an my to the of owner easter remembrance a cards Obi did asset then Supply earm m spleen get your tack of influenza. The husband and six children survive. The oldest child is 14 years and the youngest is seven months. Funeral services conducted by ret. J. Ilium. The Thuat of tenon Tett Modt we is pwt Abs �?�>.�#. Vilify to v v2�?� v Movnu dental of Ficu or. K. P. Lilly t Fem a a imms

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