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F OT PKRRYBBUlta JOURNAE BURN LESS COAL HAVE MORE HEAT CLOSE I1ASK BURNERS will do both, beCBSSi of their scientific construction. The lower part of the "down" flue extends from the bottom bnsc-plate to the top of the ash pit. Then, three flues In the back are three-fourths exposed. This distinctive globe construction gives you talc th$ dirtct hat radiation of any ordinary base burner, at less costl Don't take our say-so. Come in and see for yourself. Rigidly inspect a globe base burner. That's all we nslc Other products of the Globe Stovo & Range Co., Kokomo. Ind., are! Globe Steel and Caat Ranie Base Burners.Sof tCoal Heaters and Warm Air Furnaces. C. F. LIME CITY RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS. Continued from First Page. In thoso days o tho -vngon shows, the circus people did not carry with them their kitchen and dining touts, as tho railroad shows do at the present period. All of the performers and others con nected with the show would take their meals at the hotels in the dif ferent towns visited, by them, and circus day certainly was the busy day at the old Exchange Hotel, on Front street, and at the old Shep ler House, corner of Indiana and Louisiana avenues. Even the horses, ponies, and trick mules were fed and taken care of at the livery stables in the town. As at tho present day, the "mammoth and magnificent, glor ious and glittering galaxy of stu pendous splendors," otherwise known as tho daily free street pa rade, was one oi tho big attractions of cn'cus day, and also at the pres ent time the ever present small boy was right on the job, and from the timb the "colossal column" left tho show grounds until its return there he was either right close up to the baud wagon or within a few feet of tho elephant, and if by chance he was asked to put on 'show clothes" and. lead one of the Shetland ponies, he was in the seventh heaven of delight. In one of these street parades given by Dan Rico's show the baud wagon was drawn by forty horses, and the driver thereof certainly did have his hands full of lines. The bands as a rule, though not as largo as thoso of the modern cir cus, were very good. The largest .elephant with any of the shows that exhibited in our town was called "Empress," and was with J. E. Cooper & Co.'s shows. The posters said the "big lady" was 12 feet high, by actual measurement. But she had shrunk somewhat before she reached our town. Tho smallest elephant was "Baby Annie," a dwarf only about four feet high. Tho best trained elephants were a pair called "Romeo and Juliet." In those old days the elephant keepers some times had difficulty in getting their charges out of town, for it is well known that these beasts are very cautious when there is a bridge to cross, and several of them did not like the looks if the old covered wooden toll bridge that for so many years spanned the river between Perrysburg and Maumce, and they had to be taken further up stream to a point where thev could ford the river. The performances given by the early circuses were equally as good, though not so varied, as at the present time. The clowns were as comical, though not so numerous, and in addition to amusing the audience they also en tertained with popular songs such as "Down in a Coal Mine," "Up in a Balloon. Boys," "Pat Malloy." And in these days, there being but one ring, the spectators could get a splendid view of the entire per formance. Also the peanuts, pop corn, and red lemonade were as good, also as popular, as at the present time. Then, also, would tho "gentlemanly ushers," so called, make their way through the audience, selling tickets for the grand concert which was sure to follow the regular performance, in which all of the "best talent" was to participate. In fact, the schemes to separate the merry populace from their money were about as numerous and as varied as at the present day. But .with it all, the nerformances were equally en joyed by tho grown-ups as by the who attended one oi the old-time children. And the average boy circuses without its creating with in him an ambition to become a circus performer had something wrong in his makeup. "Within a few days after a circus had been in the Burg there would be a trapeze or "turning pole" erected in the yard or barn of nearly every fam ily that had boys m it. buro we had a "turning pole" in our yard, on which my big brother was the star performer. The best the writer could ever do on the pole was to "skin the cat," and after getting a few good hard bumps on the head in trying to turn "cart wheels" and walk on my hands, I clearly saw that as a circus per former my fate was sealed, and that I 'was doomed to make easy money in an entirely different branch of the" shiw business for a feAV years. Of all the boys born and brought up in the Burg there is only one to my knowledge who achieved this ambition, and that was "Willie "West, son of Emmet West, the popular hardware salesman. Young West became a really first class slack-wire artist and trapeze performer, and for a number of THOUSANDS OF WOMEN suffer miserably from J periodic attacks of headache, never dreaming that a permanent cure may be had. Headache nearly always results from some disorder of the stomach, liver or bowels. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. They will correct these disorders and , there will be no more headache. Many have been permanently cured by Chamberlain's Tablets. mtmttmf m'tnm mmwm iTJT Hfflltll iTnl' iMlsl1 ' ' Which Ds You Prefer ? sJflpifcjBjKiS yGjJKS-P llBaJaisWMatsPl Pullman or Freight ? No one would think of riding in a freight car if he could enjoy the comfort of a big, comfortable easy riding Pullman parlor car. Many manufacturers still continue to use them. The Overland does not. The 75 B Overland has the latest type of cantilever shock absorbing springs. As a result it is one of the easiest riding cars in the world. One demonstration will prove this. $ 635 f. o. b. Toledo. FRANK LOOMIS, Dealer, TASKS' So with automobiles. Most of the popular priced cars ride like freight cars. This is due to the old fashioned type of spring. Tho Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio "Mada In U.S.A." " J& ' ' CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS jjgnffmnniiiw Investment Information There is more concentrated, essential information about good 7 investments in the 24 pages of our new "Portfolio of Investment Securities" than in any similar publication that we know about. Some of the 22 securities described have behind themsplendidrecordsofprosperousgrowth. Steady, uninterrupted incomes, come from securities of real merit that are chosen in the light of long experience and sound information. Just at this time there is much mis-information and irresponsible advice afloat about investments, and" it is unwise to buy without first consulting an experienced investment house of good standing. We want investors everywhere to know about our long experience and our enviable record of service to our customers. For that reason, we have prepared this new "Port folio" and will be glad to mail it, without expense, on application. The Geiger-Jones Go. Investment Securities CANTON OHIO Floyd W. Hcald, Representative, Bowling Green, Ohio. Ask for our 16-paga booklet THE SELECTION OF INVESTMENTS." Continued from First Page. each presenting the cause of the conference claimants endowment fund to the other's congregation. Each pastor will be accompanied by a committee of three laymen who will also speak for the cause. In the evening Dr. Carter will preach to his own congregation on "The Assurance of Salvation." Thursday evening u n i o u Thanksgiving services will be hold at the Presbyterian church. The Rev. Dr. Carter will preach the sermon. years had engagements with the largest shows on the road. The last time I ever met him was when he was filling an engagement with the Barnum & Bailey show in De troit a number of years ago. J. C. II. November 27, 191G. j FORGET YOUR ACHES. j Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back make life a burden. If you suffer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment, tho universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply, it penetrates without rubbing and soothes the tender flesh. Cleaner and more effective than mussy oint ments or poultices. "For strains or sprains, sore muscles or wrenched ligaments resulting from strenuous ex ercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick renet. Keep it on nana lor emer gencies. At your Druggist, 25c. Salt Mines Worth a Visit. The salt mines of tho Murumuros Szlget district have been worked for centuries and many Americans who have toured this part of Hungary havo visited tho deep galleries whose rock-' crystal walls glitter as If studded with countless iridescent Jewels as they re flect the rays of tho electric lights. One of tho most Interesting mines Is that of Itonaszek which eoutiilns a great .subterranean salt lake having u depth of nearly iiOO feet. His Duties Defined. Boss "I wanted to speak to you, Mr. Lovum, about your attentions to Miss Sweetthynge during olllce hours. I hired you as billing clerk only no cooing mentioned. That will be all for the present." Paterson Press-Guardian. Do You Have Sour Stomach? If you are troubled with sour stom ach you should eat slowly and masti cate your food thoroughly, then take one of Chamberlain's Tablets imme diately after supper. Obtainable everywhere. Incredible. City-bred Doris hud arrived nt gUindfather's farm for a visit. The ilrst morning she came running into the house to her mother, crying excit edly: "Oh, mamma, come see the dear little pigs, but Just think, they have a hog for a mother I" Sufferer from Indigestion Relieved. , "Before taking Chamberlain's Tab lets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him to havo pains in tho stomach and distress after eating. Chamberlain's Tablets relieved him of theso " spells right away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casoy, Geneve, N, Y, Obtainable flyqrywhere.l Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty di gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters is recommended for strengthening stomach bowels and liver and purifying tho blood. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. On tlio estato of Robert Smith ers, on the Oregon road, (the Mc Dougal farm) on Friday, Decem ber 1, 191G, at 10 o'clock a. in., there will bo offered for sale a largo list of horses, cows, calves and hogs. Also numerous articles of farm machinery, wagons, bug gies, hay, corn in shock, chickens, household articles, and other arti cles. All machinery is practically new. GEORGE SMITHERS, Adra, PANS BARVEY, Auotonfipr, EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Services for Sunday, December 3, 191G: Sunday School 9 o'clock. Les son subject, "Jesus Christ the First and Last." Rev. 1, 1-S; 17 '20. We appreciated the goodly num ber who attended our Rally Day services last Sunday. 10:30. The Woman's Mission ary Society will take charge of the service. Instead of their regular thank offering they have obtained Mr. Greter of Toledo, to give a missionary address. There will be some special music. Each member should bring their thank offering box. This money will go to the W. M. S. mission work. 2 :30. Junior Y. P. A. consecra tion meeting. Each member an swer roll call with bible verse con taining the word "praise." Tho officers for the coming six months are: Ruth Sprang, president; Gazella Wilson, vice president; Etta Finch, secretary;.; Mildred Wiltmer, treasurer; Lilllin lunch, choirister. 6 :30. Christian Endeavor. Topic, "The Cotiereeration of Business Life." Rev. 3-14-22. Leader, C. 0. Leydorf. This is an opinion meet- niig. Be prepared to give yours. Also answer to your name at tho roll call. There will also be a special number. 7 :30. Evening worship and sermon by pastor. On Monday night both the Men's and Women's Personal Workers Leagues and all members of the church met at the home of Rev. C. W, Weltmer for a social evening. It was an enjoyable evening for all. 7:30. Thursday evening wo will unite with the union Thanks giving service at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Carter will deliver the message. All are welcome to these services. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD. Neglected colds get worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must be relieved at once. Dr. Dell's Pine-Tar-Honey is Nature's remedy. Honey and glycerine heal the irritated membrane, antiseptic tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is broken up. Pleasant to take. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is an ideal remedy for children as well as grown-ups. At your Druggist, 25c. UMHvVt ujllZs RAYO LAMPS and LANTERNS Scientific investigation has shown that the light of a good kerosene lamp is the softest and least tiring of any light. The Rayo is the best oil lamp made. The Rayo is a low priced lamp, but you cannot get better light at any price. Can be lighted without remov ing chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick. 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