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mmmmmmmamitgmMHummmmmsammKmwtmmmiMwM&nmmmmi AliJe AUl HIS VISIT UNPLEASANT. BEfSKHi"! Hindu Poet Says America is Like a Prattling Child. A GLOBE RANGE IS SO CONVENIENT One feature you'll like is the oven thermometer. This means perfect baking and greatest fuel economy. Then there is the kcy-platc lifter, that makes broiling and toasting so easy, while good cooks delight in the Crystal Malleable Glass Doors that can be fitted to any Globe Range. The Globe makes other ranges seem clumsy and out ofdati. But you really ought to see one. You'll at least come in and look, won't you? The Globn Stovj & Rnnee Company, of Kokomo, Ind., nlio manufacture Clobo Bato Burlier. Globe Soft Coal Heater and Globo Warm Air Furnaces. jl'7.Jnm!).'TTT..l-.'HJJ.ltl'r!.Mi.TilSia C F. RID LIZWE CITV Additional Local FOR SALE A five year old bay mare. J. W. Snyder, one mile west of Five Points. 51c Carpenters and laborers want ed. Inquire of foreman at Shu maker property, River Road. 50b J. COMTE. For her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Cole, who is the guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sargent, Mrs. Sargent entertained at three tables of five hundred Saturday afternoon. For her guest, Mrs. W. Cham bers of Scotchville, 0., Mrs. John Yeager entertained at dinner last Thursday Mrs. D. "W. Canfield, Mrs. W. 0. Birch and Mrs. Maria Bray mer. Constipation causes headache, indi gestion, distress, drowsiness.' For a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Regulets. 25c a box at all stores. Mrs. Herbert Sawyer and Mrs. Edward Thornton were in Bowling Green "Wednesday to call on Mrs. Jno. Kunz, who is ill at the homo of her daughter Mrs. Geo. Gomersall. A Frances Willard Memorial " i ' will be held by the i 's Christian Temperance Imiuu. iu the Sunday School room of the Presbyterian Church, Tues day afternoon, February 13th at 2 :30. Everybody is invited. Alvin C. Collins, formerly of Perrysburg, died at the East Side hospital on Sunday. Tho body was brought to A. J. AVitzler's undertaking establishment, and on Tuesday taken to Holland, 0., for burial. YOUR LAST CHANCE. Recently we published In these col umns an offer ot the Youth's Compan ion and McCull's Magazine, both tor a full year, for only S2 10, including a i McCall Dro's P.'itern. Tho high price ot paper una niK na ouugea jucuau s Mag zino to raise their subscription price February 1 to 10 cents a copy and 75 cents a yur-so that tueoffernttue above price must be withdrawn. Until March 31st our re.ulers have the privilege of oiiteriucr both publication- for a lull ear, including the choice ot any 15 cent McCall Dress Pattern, for only 92.10. This two at one-price offer includes: 1. The Youth's Companion &2 issues. 2. The Companion Home Calendar for 1017. 3. McCall's Magazine 12 fashion num bers. 4. One 15 cent McCall Dress Pattern your choice from your llrstcopy of Mc Call's if you send a two-cent stamp with oit selection. THE YOUTH'S ' OMPANrON", St. P.uil St., "oston, Mass. New Subscriptions Tleceived at this Ollice. LIME CITY NEWS A jolly crowd of about fifty neighbors and friends of Mr. and i Mrs. Jacob Swartz gathered at their home in order to surprise them last Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Swartz being much sur prised, made it pleasant for the , crowd, who could not help having a fine time. The evening was spent with music, playing cards, dancing and a fine lunch was served. " For a Bilious Attack. When you have a severe headache, accompanied by a coated tongue, loath ing of food, constipation, torpid liver, vomiting of partly digested food and then bile, you may know that you have a severe bilious attack. While you may be quite sick, there is much consola tion in knowing that relief may be had by taking three of Chamberlain's Tab lets. They are prompt and effectual. Obtainable everywhere. Mr. R. L. Cole comes from New York Thursday, where he lias. I been attending the Scout conven . tion, to join his wife, who has been i the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sargent, for the past week. They leave Saturday for their home in Kalamazoo, Mich. Neighbors and friends gave a complete surprise to John F. Lint ner and wife on Sunday, February 4th. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ilenning and daughters Misses Lottie and Lillie, of Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ilufford and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Moreloek and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lintner and children; Mr. Charles Lintner of Toledo; Mr. George Lintner of Lime City. All came with well filled baskets, and a bountiful dinner was served. All had an enjoyable time. .Zf t'm m tiXCi- N IRRITABLE, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stomach. A man with good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently cured, of stom- ach troubles by 'Chamberlain's 'Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen the- stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Try them. They only cost a quarter. Sir llabindrauath Tagore, win ner of the Noble prize for poetry, sailed for India last week after a tour of the United States, which he said he found unpleasant. America has the daring and in experience of youth," he said. "She is like a 4-year-old child, just begin ning to ask questions. "I have found much impoliteness and crudeness. Why do Americans laugh at me because I wear my country's clothes? Much of the time I had to stay, in my room, and take my meals tnere, to avoid the staring, whispering and laughing. If you encouraged various modes of dress, your country would be more picturesque. Do not try to Americanize every alien. "Your women have more leisure than any women in the world. They could use it well in study and im provement. Do thev? "On your soil will be the great est nation of the world." PLAIN QUESTIONS TO PERRYS BURG PEOPLE. E.ery Perrjsburg Reader Will Admit the Soundness of the Logic. Would Perrysburg people recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills as they do if the medicine were not reliable? Would they confirm their statements ifter years have elapsed if their ex periences did not show the remedy to be deserving of it? Statements like the following must carry conviction to the mind of every reader: Chas. Bayer, harness maker. Main St., Perrysburg, says: I had a case of kidney weakness.The spells of the tiouble were frequent enough" to cause considerable annoyance. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and was convinced that they aie all they are claimed to be." Later Testimony. MORE THAN ITVE YEARS LAT ER Mr Bayer said: "I am always ready to praise Doan's Kidney Pills. I haven't had to "use them since I gave my last recommendation. They cured me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. liayer has twice publicly recom mended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. PUBLIC SALE. The undersigned will sell at public auction on his farm, three miles south of Perrysburg, one mile north of Five Points, on the McCutcheoncille road, on Monday, February 12, 1917, sale to begin at 10 a. m., the following prop erty, to-wit: 7 head horses 1 bay mare 12 years old, 1 bay mare 8 years old, 1 gray gelding coming 3 years, 1 bay gelding coming 3 years, 2 gray mares coming 2 years, 1 standard bred driving mare 5 years. 4 head cows 1 fresh Jersey cow 3 years old, 1 Jer sey cow fresh in March 3 years, 1 cow fresh in February 7 years old, 1 black heifer fresh in June. Pigs 8 shoats. Implements 1 Champion binder, Mc Cormick mower, Champion hay rake, grain drill, Tiffin 3-in. tire wagon, Studebaker 3-in. tire wagon, Buckeye sulky cultivator, Klondike sulky cul tivator, disc, spring tooth, Gale 13-in. plow, Defiance clipper plow, 60 tooth drag, six beam wooden drag, 5 tooth cultivator, double shovel cultivator, sled corn cutter, wacron box. beet rack. dump box, surrey ton buccy, sprintr buggy, 2 set double work harness, light buggy harness, set light drivinir har ness, corn sheller, 6 ft. side delivery buncher, feed grinder, set 3 ton bolster springs, scoop scraper, galvanized water tank, cream separator, hay in barn, and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms All sums of $5 and under, cash; all sums ov,er $5, a credit of 9 months will be given with out interest if paid when due. If not paid when due will draw 6 per cent from date of sale. All sums over $5 purchaser wishing to pay cash, a dis count of 3 per cent will be given from face of account. CHARLES BRITTEN. Col. R. A. Rusk and R. Britten, Auctioneers SPEAKS FROM FARM EXPERIENCE F. Aldrlch, Sandusky County, to Speak at Farmers' Institute. "I know that i experience Is a great factor '. in practical talks. Theroforo. I have boon confining my preaching to what I have prac ticed on mp own farm," relates G. V. Aldrlch of Sandusky 'county, who lectures during tho oomlng farmers' Institute. Mr. Aldrlch'B subjects cover the range of gen eral fanning. Livo stock has been his specialty. Ho has handled Shorthorn cattle, puro-brod Duroc Jersey hogs and has had good suc cess with Imported horses. Many practical experiments in tho rais ing and feeding of stock have been tried with Intoresting results. His efforts have, been rewarded by a good demand ,for his stock at sat isfactory prices, .hujjmnmir; wiuiju.j .wa PUJtujujuKiammiiijaijiujMiVjt.;nLjitxtlA ORD has gone out to "get ready." Get ready for what? No body knows yet; there never was a time in the history of this country when everybody was at such a tension. What Will Happeim Mext? The last few days have been history making days. Event upon event has transpired each one more important than the one before. If there ever was a time in your life that you needed a daily paper in your home, it is right now. Just an ordinary daily paper won't meet your require ments. The things that are happening arc of too .great im portance to you and to vour family. You must have altihenlic news; when you read it you want to know that it is true. Yon Must Have the Dally Plain Dealer Buying a paper now and then won't do. You must have today's ne-cs today. The Plain Dealer's unsurpassed news service is at your disposal. It gives you authentic informa tion ancl The Plain Dealer can be delivered right to your door early every day. . - Three Dollars &skS Ten Cents for a Yeasts Subscription not only to The Daily Plain Dealer, but to several combi nations of home magazines. Below aie some of our special club offers. Don't put it ofr until tomorrow. Ser.d $3.10 today. CLUB IF Tha Plain Dcilor EMIy 03.00 The Ohio Fcrrair V7o:::!y .SO Heme Ll.'o Farm and Fire Monthly AH 1 y:ar for CL.SJB E i Hi JWiJPlfcfJl MsiBi&a TSkS Farm and Fireside Sciai- b 2 . 1 U 9E? 'H Total at rcgalar rates S1.25 mm fJi?1 m Mils urii saai y aat&s a &a&r-. Warn lsB M m SBJEEil k-i- ffi fK The Tlain Dealer Daily t3 00 -H J ? rot'ay's KrsiEins Jlosth- J . 'or, n 17 . . .CO f$.10 Hoy's M.---3lrj TCoitKy 1 00 TJ Farm rnd Fhcs.fio Sc:l- Monthly E0 V:,,h , ,ono Ma Man Total at rosalsr rat:a C3 00 ,0"tPPJ.'al' ri 5?Ti! )fi!.J mn ..t-.i.:'.!-' m vjirs. 5CT v&. m fcxsa Kjga m lis ' FIRST NEWSPAPER OF CLEVELAND, SIXTH CITY, No mail subscriptions accepted from localities where ive now maintain tieliveiy agenis. MM m PS iii mi m rurxt ii I I! pi inn 1 11 iimaiiHM ' WKiTWhT ""' "IIHWI iT,, Food Required by the Aged. A great EtiKlifeli physician. Dr. George Cheyne, states that after lift years of age the amount of food should be decreased gradually. At eighty, if a man becomes so old, lie should eut about as much as u child of Ave. a man should take especial care of him self between the ages of thirty-two and thirty-five, by studying his consti tution arid regulutlng food, exercise and pleasure. English Words of Persian Origin. Of the dozen or so words In tho .English dictionary whoso origin has been traced to Persia, orange Is doubt less the most common, although the list Is said io Include also the words shawl, taffeta, chess, caravan, lilnc, dervish, einernld, Indigo, azure, ba zaar, jackal, musk, paradise and scimitar. . Notice of Stockhol Jers uieeting Notice Is hereby given that meet, ina ot the stockholder ui i lie IVnjs burg Grain and Seed Cni'ii will ba hold at tho own Hall i i the Village of Perrysburg, Wood Coiiulj, Ohio, on the 17th day of F luu.trv, 10-7, Ht 1 :00 o'clock p. m. for i'ii pm pu.se ot con sidering 11 propot d iiien site of the capital stock of -iiid comp uy from 825,000.00 to SjO.uio 00, in hiii'h other amount asmiiV hellxHlbj said meeting. Pemsbunr, Ohio, .Vnmnivn 1017. 40g H It. IT Ml -'WHY Fe'v I Are You a Wo TAKE t many 1 bIh 1 iKb fllHI PS.91 v lIHi nsHU C ifll t The Woman's Tonic m m s t 8 4ttititftt ""i "'JiM"WH'yuftJDnw "r CT ffl l,'!k.,'SkA t-K -. J- . i.