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w:-f THMB1WYBBURQ JOURNAL fe w 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 key-plate 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 of Jala. But you really ought to see one. You'll at least como in and look, won't you? Tho Ctobo Stov ft Range Company, of Kokomo, Ind., alo manufacture Clobe Baio Burner!, Globe Soft Coal Heaters and Clobe Warm Air Furnacei. O. F. RID LIME CITY Continued from First Fago. the regular prayer service. All welcome to those services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Hcv. Win. II. Pheley, Minister. Services for Sunday, Feb. 25th. 1917. At 9:30 a. m., Sunday School meets. It is always an enjoyable hour. Lesson study, "Jesus at the Pool of Bethesda." John 5:1-15. At this hour there are three bible classes for the older people: The adult class, Mr. Robert Pargellis, teacher; the Women's Bible Class, Mrs. T. R. Shiminons, teacher, and the Men's Organized Bible Class, Dr. Pheley, teacher. All who at tend will tell you the hour is most helpful. You are heartily invited. Morning worship and sermon at 10:30. Dr. W. II. Pheley will preach on the subpect, "He That Overcometh What?" In the eve ning at 7 :30 the sermon subject will be "War or Peace Which ? ' ' You will find these services vital to our day. All are heartily invited to at tend. At 2:30 p. m. the Junior C. E. Society meets with a- pogram all their own. It's of great interest to every Junior. Miss Leila Ilellen heck, superintendent. Every Jun ior may bring a friend. The Senior Christian Endeavor meeting at G :30 is certain to be of unusual interest. Topic, "The Home Mission Board of My Denom ination, What They are and What They Do." Isa. 35:1-10. Donal Pheley will lead. Prater and praise service Thurs day evening at 7:30. Subject for consideration, "He Never Pails." Psa. 42. You will find help in this mid-week meeting. All welcome. Friday afternoon in the Suuday School room the Dorcas Society, Mrs. Blue, president, will give a Washington Tea Party. Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Pheley, Miss MederweU nnd Miss Powers will be hostesses THOUSANDS OF WOMEN suffer miserably from p.eriodic 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. -fo for t lie occasion. All the ladies are heartily invited. The Christian Endeavor Society will give a Washington Social, with entertainment and refreshments, in the church parlor, Friday evening, at 7:30. An offering of 10 cents will be expected at the door. You are certain to enjoy the evening and all are most cordially welcome. Constipation causes headache, indi gestion, distress, drowsiness. For a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Regulets. 2Gc a box at all stores. Miss McKnight is visiting relatives in Dayton, O. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Oblinger, of Eagle Point i were Sunday guests of Mrs. E. E. Oblinger. Mrs. E. E. Oblinger visited her sisteri Mrs. Mary Colby, in Toledo, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Quinn, of Toledo, visited Perrysburg relatives Tues day. Mrs. Editli Muddy very in formally entertained a few of her former schoolmates on Thursday afternoon. Her guests included Mrs. Gertrude Brandhuber, Mrs. Daisy Powers, Mrs. Mable Maddy, Mrs. Betty Bowers, Mrs. Inez Lownsbury, Mrs. Edith Chnmpncy and Miss Cora Pierce. Snake in Bananas It. F. Kazmaier saw snakea in his bananas, instead of his boots, on Monday when he unloaded a large bunch of California bananas. The reptile measures 30 inches and Bob claims it to bo a diamond ad der? a very poisonous tropical snake. He has it on exhibition in his window. 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 arc prompt and effectual. Obtainable everywhere. RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS. Continued from Klrst Pago. male- stave?, and in the "listings" the elgcs of the staves trimmed off by the "jointer" to make it nar rower at raeli eiul In fact, at va'io'is fines 't!i ere was so much of llii-s w.'.sle material that it could ii(5' evin be iven away for kindling woo 1, ami it burnmu necessary to cart it oil' to a vacant lot and burn it in o (It to get rid of it. My, how times have changed'! There va also an enormous waste of lim bcrjn the manufacture of heading for bai'iels, in the sawing, planing, join. ing and turning. Many a fam ily in PelT.vsburg got all of their summer firewood and winter kind ling from the waste from the man ufacture of staves and heading. In the later years of the stave indus try, when things were more sys tematized and more modern ma eliincry use.l, there was not quite so much of the raw material wasted, and the "l.s.ing4"' were put up in bundles and sold far kindling atl one- cent per bundle. For S3vera' yean; the old (louring mill located on the river front used these "list ings" as fml for their boiler room though it was of such light ma terial that it kept a man. a horse ami a wagon biny all the time to keep a sufficient supply on hand te keep up s'.e.un in th? boilers, and many of the older residents will re call the familiar sight of the wagon with the big flaring wood rack, with Joi llefferman. the driver, as he made his many trips from the stave factory down the hill to the flouring mill" ' The timber used in the manufac ture of flour ban el staves was elm and red oak, and only occasionally a little white oak. For the barre' heads the timber used was cotton wood and baswood, ami sycamore Only the best timber in a tree could beaised, as the sta?e bolts and head ing bolts hail to be straight-grained and free from knots, with all of the bark stripped off. The greater part of this raw material was brought into the mills during the wintei time, when there was good sleigh ing, and in the early spring, and stacked up in mammoth piles, some times over thirty feet in height. In those years we used to have a grea'i deal more snow and good sleighing during the winters than in recent years. In stacking up the stave bolts into great piles a lot of snow would get packed in between th pieces of timber, anil as this snow lasted until the piles were taken "down, the boys who were employee in the factoiy enjoyed the novelt,, of having snow-ball battles during the noon hour in nearly every weel during the entire summer. The first process in the manufac ture of staves was the steaming ol the bolts. This was done by plac ing them in a huge box-like concern, closing the door, and turning on the steam for a period of from 18 to 24' hours. When taken from the steam box they w.ere put through the "equalizers," which consisted of a pair of circular saws on one shaft, apart from each other the distance of the length of the staves. This trimmed the ends of the bolts off evenly and made them all of the same length. From the "equaliz ers" the bolts went to the cutter, through which they passed rather rapidly, the culls andwaste were thrown to one side, and the stavei placed on large wheelbarrows and laken across the railroad to he large dryjng sheds, stacked up "in largo loose piles so the air could circulate through them, and left to dry. After they were thoroughly dried put, which soirietimes took a number of yeeks, they werc put through the "jointer," a machine with a curveel knife for trimming off the rough edges so they would bo wider in the middle than-at each end. After passing through the jointer they were tied up in bun die of 50, and were then ready for shipment. The manufacture of heading elid not require" that the. bolts b,e steamed. Tho heading bolls, as they came to the factory, were all of doublp length, that m, each bolt SGHOOL NOTES. Continuod from First Pago. Teach Writing," by Mrs. Limmcr. The girls of tho eighth grade enter tained the boys nt n Valentino party Wednesday afternoon in their room. Contests nnd games were tho features of entertainment. A lunch, both ele gant and bounteous, was servo".!. Mr. Noitz, tho superintendent, was the guest of honor. The junior class gave a Valentino party to the high school last Wednes day evening. The evening was spent in playing games, nfter which n lunch was served, which was enjoyeJ by all. Carl Letherer was welcomed by the high school when he made his appear ance Monday morning after his seri ous illness." Speeding Them Up. "The wlchi'il Hoc when no man pur Mieth," tiiioU'ri tho deacon to the min ister. "Yt-.s," Mild the minister, who iH'IIevi'il In mir-eulnr ' Christianity, "Hint Is true; liul Uiey niaUe much I letter time when somebody Is after them." $100 Howard. $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ine dreaded disease that science has 'icon able to cure in all its stages and .hat is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly 'nfluenccd by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken inter lally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system, hereby destroying the foundation of v,he disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.To .edo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. was sawed, making two blocks of suitable length for heading. These blocks were placeel in an upright position and cut into the proper thickness by a large circular saw. They vere then put up in long high piles, very loosely, and left to dry. All of the timber used in making staves and heading in those days was green that is. the sap had not yet drieel out of it. It took .sometimes three or four months for these headings to become thorough ly drieel out, after which they were taken to the factory, put through a planer to make them perfectly smooth on one side; they then went to the jointer, whtere they were given smooth edges; then to the "matcher," who assorted the dif ferent widths and arranged them in such a manner that three pieces would be wide enough for each barrel head. They were then passed to the heading turner, who lroppeel them into a machine with i small circular saw attached, pressed a treadle vhieh clamped the three pieces firmly while they ivere rotated against the saw, after which the three pieces came out of the other enel ofthe machine in the shape of a complete heading as you ;ee them in barrels at the present day. They were then tied in bun dles of fifty or were- packed in bar rels, and were reaeiy for shipment. J. C. II. February 20, 1917. (To be continued) OLD LADY FEELING FINE After Taking pour Bottles Of Cardui, Tho Woman's Tonic. Cobden, 111. ''Having used Cardui, the woman's tonic, in my family, for a number of years," writes Mrs. Kate Met'z, .of this town, "and always with such good results, I feel it my. duty to write you about it, so that you may publish my letter. My mother is living with me, and she is 52 years old. For tho last three or four years, she has boen troubled -a great deal with cramping' spells, and for days at a time, she would have a severe headache. She read of how much Cardui has helped other women who were sick and ailing, and decided to givo it a trial. Sho began taking it three times a day, and since men has been getting along simply fine. . Mother only used four bottles of Cardui, but sho is no longer troubled with tho severe headaches, and. her Btomach is so much stronger that sho can cat most anything. Wo both feel that any lady who is not strong and well, would be greatly benefited by tho ubq of Cardui." . Try Card-u-i. NCD8 MRS. In tho Pr.mnJ., uril-V fko Mace .. P.n!.l.. 1 VZ. I 'I .. v.v- VUIUI.UJ i.i mv; nisiisagc ui uaicijf aim 1VI1HJ1IC08 "ERSTWHILE SUSAN" The most distinguished of Ameri can actresses, Mrs. Fiske, in a new comedy entitled "Erstwhile Susan," is to be seen at the Valentine, Toledo, Friday and Saturday, February 23, 2J, with a Saturday matinee. Mrs. Fiske's visits are always events of impor tance and interest to play-goers and the announcement of her coming is a welsomc one. This engagement takes on additional interest since it marks the return of Mrs. Fiskc to the field in which she is at her best, that of deft, brilliant light comedy. Mrs. Fiske is amusing and in gratiating as Susan Miller, an af Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints. Rheumatic pains and aches get intr the joints and muscles, making ever., movement torture. Relieve your suf fering with Sloan's Liniment; it qui kr ly penetrates without rubbing, an . soothes and warms your sore mu-c . s. The congested blood is stimulated ;a action; a single aplication will drne out the pain. Sloan's Liniment ii clean, convenient and quTckly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at your drug gist, 25c. oitm.s'A.M;u .vo. aid An ordinance pi-ovlcllnt; coinpenaaUtm uuu bonus lor V Uluisu KiupluyiS. UK IT uUUAi.NUU lli xiib, COUNCIL Of lllli ViLLAUli OF l'tdKUiauUliU, aTATa OF UUIU. Ah FOLLu,fc: section 1. Thai thu salary of the aupurinitnuont ot tho wuiui works uc imrunuut bu llxod at fOOu.uu par annum, payable monthly and nlu bona be placed at i.OUO.OU. Section 2. That tho salary of thu olork of thu Hoard of r'uUUe Affairs bo iixctt at $10U.uu pur annum, payable quarterly anu his bond be placed at tl.UUU.U0. ' buctlon 3. That- tho salary of the Street Commissioner be llxed at $G0.Uu per month, payable monthly, and his bond be placed at $Q00.UU. Section 4. That the amount of com pensation for special police be llxed at $2.G0 per day. That the compensation of general street employes be nxed at 30 cents per hour, sewer and slieet lu sneetors and trench diggers to Bo llxed a"c 35 cents per hour. Section 5. TJiut tho amount of com penbutlon to bo paid members of the Fire Department bo llxed as follows: $3.00 per member for services at fires for the first two hours or traction theroof, and 00 cents per hour there after. Section 6. Each and every employe so employed under section lyir ot this ordinance, Hhall file weekly with the Clerk of tho Corporation a detailed statement of the amount and nature of labor performed tho proceeding week, together with a list of any materia. s or property disposd of. Section 7. That an Ordinance entitled "An ordinance providing salaries and bonds for Village employes recorded on page 88 Ordlnanco record Vol, J, bo and the samo Is hereby repealed. Section 8. This Ordinance shall take effect und bo In foreo on nnd after the expiration of ten days nfter the first publication thereof, Passed February Hth,u191B7.iiBiii Attest: JNO. W. LYONS, Mayor. lb. Village Clerk. 7iuuunr.T.nmiw.'iAmwr7jjr-;j.v".'.i..yij cuts9 Burns, Bruises, Sores, Wounds nuil Files Quickly healed with Arnica Salve. It prevents infection, is antiseptic, soothing, bcalinj. Try it oiico. Money Hack If It Fails. Tho Original and Genuine. BucMen's Arnica Salve Heals tho Hurt All Druggists and Dealers, 23o. F1SKE fected, posing woman, high flown in speech and "individual" in dream, who replies to an advertisement for a wife uid finds herself married to J.unaby Dreary, a tight-fisted, surly Pennsyl vania Dutchman, with three grown children. How Susan, despite her curious personality and her airs and giaccs, gets the unner hand of the unpleasant conditions surrounding her new lot, her efforts reaching a happy climax when she settles in surprising and novel fashion the love affairs of little Barnabetta, her stepdaughter, forms an interesting and amusing story. rH TOLEdo-CiA. i(lt. t.lNt SOUTHPHN" -RM' UN Oti Uid Tial- o1 Unr, .b Itl :" u n. - -i ;,. tl- . -;IS, .&'v-B ' -I. - gf- w s.f& h. tr , 0i . li.Sli f Ui f f. "t 'l n!) , ' . LOv -,i 'J.-w Suuthbou'id- L.cca curr leuvh .tfauimrr .-,j.i!uu n follows 7. tJS. 912, l..'s m t:12. 3:12, R:12. 7.12, 9-12. 11 1J ' J -40 p m. and 12 10 a. la. Northbound Local earn arrive ut Alnuiaoc statloL a follows: 5:4S. 6:33. 7:12, 7:41, Duff, 11: IS A. M.. 1:48, 3:48, 4.48 5:48, 7:48, 9:48 P. M C. F SMITH. Grr Wg Chamberlain's Cough Remedy rrA Colds. Croup and Whuoolug Counh MAUMF.E VAI.I.EV ItYS. A IJOIIT CO. In niTrcl Felirmiry a. I PIT. 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