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URSDAY, NOV. 13, 1917
and 1g fiend the full ngs is to heat tie fat a few the other in chopped minutes gredient plies to to Ute ___ to stand an hour or so ing the salad. dress ian is like a tack. He will only 3 far as his head will let him. it i $ I Knowledge of Pharmacy UNSEEN BUT ESSENTIAL TO EVERT PRESCRIPTION, nejcists with col*’ Only licensed phor apd long experience lege educotior ire permitted to In their profession 4 in our Phormocy, fill prescriptio t/on is to fulfill Our first considerc your physicior SIDNEY’S Prescript! BLUFFTON, )RUG SHOP i Pharmacy OHIO THEY’RE AUTIFUL THEY'RI WONDERFUL LECTH if tfimps uliful Io look of! They're bet rful Io reod by! They're wood I A fine selection They're here! for you to [choose from .. iReg. U. S. Pot Off. Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-five Years I of Dependable Service BACK ACAI Genuine ERECTOR I $3.00 to $12.51 1 Chemistry Sets $1.50 to $6.75 ndance, to be sure, but ig 6,439 paid admission e of 1,288 for each ga Perhaps you were one Attendance: Ada, 1,498 Pando 23 Van Wert 1,514 St. Mar 31 Col. Grove, 673. Total, 6,4: Bluffton High gridders did all right in competition outside the Western Buckeye league this season, but six straight reversals in con ference play gave the team a disma1 season in which they had only three victories against six dfeats The Pirates topped Ada Pandora, 15 to Grove, 32 to 0, during the past rugged Western them 1-time rau, Ebnah Temple and 1 thorn were also hired but moot ,-k Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan on Toys and Gifts Want To Know Where The Money Goes? Well, Here’s The Answer 0 and Columbus for their successes season, but in the Buckeye, in which Bluffton is the only Class member, the Pirates failed to score a single point. see Oring was ■ague foes, ing scored locals continue a over all but Wert and Belief ontai down of records compi Bertha Schuch bert Stettler fifth, Elva Me made. V David SchuTnacher and started their crusher at I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kin baby boy into their hoi Grover Hummon, who ?k list, was given a po by his many friends. Albert Welty is connected with the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. at Racine, Wis. The Lima Stone Company is run ning full blast under the manage ment of Mr. Conrad of Bluffton. Dr. J. J. Sutter has his driving mare offered for sale since he is us ing his new auto in his practice. s News Our Grandfathers Read From Issue Of May 11, 1911 GIFT WRAPPINGS DOLL HOUSES DOLL FURNITURE TABLE & CHAIRS SEWING MACHINES IRONING BOARDS DESKS STUFFED TOYS BOOKS PUZZLES ABC BLOCKS TOY DISHES TREE LIGHT SETS TINKERTOYS the Total adium for year—not s record-break Balance Figures s, 5 games.. -...$3,292.54 pense $1,438.22 forms 1,600.00 3,038.22 ting expenses coni $684.21 Paid to rove on percent! officials, -236.30 $95.00 paid to Par gears, etc., dry ing of uniforms Bluffton High Gridiron Victories This Season All Outside League week. All-time results were as foil Against Kenton Bluffton has seven and lost has won 15, lost Pandora, Bluffton four and tied one: ton has won six, 12 to 6 Blufftxn and lost five St. Marys, Bluffton has won eight, lost eight and tied four Wapakoneta, Bluffton has won 12, lost seven and tied one Belle fontaine, Bluffton has won five, lost seven and tied one Columbus Grove, Bluffton has won 12 games played. This year’s season record was as Blufft Blufft Blufft Blufft Blufft Blufft Torpedo I Jule Benn tract to haul tl the railroad. John Fett am planning to add building block. an additi French Fairs Of more than 30 traditional “coun try” fairs presented in French cen ters, most feature one product, as wines, ceramics, glassware, choco late, gloves, silk, velvet. Walterinire’s Toyland is open! And this year we bring you one of the biggest and finest selections of toys our store has ever had toys constructed of metal—metal which is growing more scarce every day! If you want to assure your kiddies of a happy Christmas, jam-packed with their favorite play items, come in NOW and choose while we still have a large selection. It’s easy and convenient to use our handy lay-away plan. Be smart, get what you want and be assured that you’ll be ready for Christmas! SCOOTERS FIRE TRUCKS ROLLER SKATES FOOTBALLS HOLSTER SETS BASKETBALLS SLEDS DUMP TRUCKS PULL TOYS LINCOLN LOGS JEEPS GAMES TRACTORS AMERICAN LOGS THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO foes when Ohio Nor am Northen um, 42 have th' i drubbed and both quads in cause of conce camp, although won Ada, Bluffton and tied two Van Wert, Bluff ost nine and tied has won six Playing inspired footl the handicap of an ir squad, Bluffton i swamped Columbus Gro’ on a gridiron swept by last Saturday night. The shape of things in evidence on the oper when Keith Moore took his own goal, and raced field before being spilled Settling down in earn rates then marched the 50 yards in nine plays touchdown. Later in thi Bluffton fumbl olumbus Grove minutes blocked uick kick Bluffton College Gridders To Close Season Saturday Against Northern icii Bluffton High Pirates Explode To Wallop Columbus Grove By The Score Of 32 To 0 ■riddle pun gav hird touchdowr he close of the :h Bluffton add' hird period to the Martha Washington s at Washington, D. daunghter of Mr. and Andy Hardwick, brother Ed spent thre neo, returned home aac street is up. Is ecting a new ho Spring and 235 W. College Avenue ^TOYLAND OPENS I A small deposit holds your selection till December 15th movu touch ments. Blufft ng o ern Bu NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF DEC. 13,1917 INSURANCE Real Estate Broker Bluffton, Ohio ELECTRIC TRAINS liciul American flyer and Marx Electric Trains Tract, Signals and Transformers Don't Miss Train Display! and cut Phone 165-W Pell Carriages $5.95 to $10.95 Movie Projector 516.95 50 and 100 Ft. Films y football team held e Elk restaurant. ck entertained with mo selections. Enjm Fred and Melvin id Charles Worth cs bonds. Th iber in denor with a total Bread-breasted Bronze Ihiidsiviii turkeys All Choice Young Stock. No Orders Taken After Nov Hens, 50c lb Toms, 40c lb SL WEIDMAN miles eakt on State Route 103 and l/4 mile south For yoyr Chnstmqs list Who heads your Christmk Can you think of anythin] So right now, before the n portrait made for the first We’ll capture your personal! only you can give” will be a PAGE THREE A fine rabbit for Sunday dinner was presented the B. News editor by J. G. Henry’ of Orange twp. John Herr of Painesville visited Mr. Herr genealogy he Noah Basinger home, collecting an extensive if the Herr family. sh, make an appointment to have a mes on your Christmas list! :y in your portrait and “the gift that ray special gift, indeed. Neu-A|rt Studio OLLS llORSEMAN MAGIC-SKIN STOY-WETSY TRICYCIES $8.95 to $16.95 'Iiy—ri.iytP' JJKrjgaar ill leave Sat in Olean, Mrs. Leslie Kimmel will srday for her new home Ark store. les shipped two fine Dur Waldo Luginbill at Pipe- A. Ba? owner ■ve the fair, upport them.