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THE CELINA DEMOCRAT, CELINA, OHIO
Galcs.of u ntefteiCSTSCS Effort to Save Ball Almost Cost Child's Life NKW YORK. Just as they luivo boon doing frequently for a lone time, Itlnneho (iuzzl, twelve years old, of 2 ISO Ileluiout avenue, tlio Rronx, and liulf n dozen other little girls went Into tlio ISronx zoo to piny, llluuehe lunl a rubber bull, iiml ns the children run along the sldewulUs who bounced tho bull on the concrete, Finally she fulled to catch It when It mine down und It rolled under the guard rull of tho cage In which Bcventl black hours were con fined. IShincho Immediately climbed In side the mil, slipped her head and shoulders between the burn and reuched for tho bull. The older bear, tho ones which hud been In captivity most of their lives, fiuld no attention to her. Itut one of the bears was nil tinlmal that hud been In the cage only about two weeks, and hadn't yet become used to Its surroundings. The crowds had already excited the animal, and when Illnnclm reached for her bull the beur swept forth Its paw und seized the little girl's hair. The bear tried to pull tho child Into the cage, while lUaneho screamed and gripped the cage bars with both hands. A crowd quickly gathered, among them It. (. McDonald, stationed nt the City Park bnrraeks In Brooklyn, and A. E. Price, a sailor attached to the U. S. S. Arhllla. McDonald and Price shoul dered their way through the crowd and the soldier grabbed the paw of the bear and held the animal while Price opened his clasp knife and cut away Ulnnchc's hair. He then pulled the child away from the cage, while McDon ald pushed the bear over on Its back, with lis puw .clutching a 'knot of llhinche's hnlr. Doctor Berlin said thut only the promptness of the men In uniform pre vented the bear from tenrlng off the girl's scalp. Indignant Wife Put Sudden End to "Joy Ride" CHICAGO. It was droll humor thnt bade Mrs. Minnie Schmltt of Aurora secrete herself In the tonneau of her husband's car one i'lturday. Perhaps un equally piquant vagary kept Schmltt's mind off the tonneau. For he ouch! MOW ' service work; says she heard and saw more than Is good for a contented wife. "This forwnrd thing jumped In the car beside my husband and said: 'I must have a great big kiss right away.' And she got It, the hussy. "I kept quiet down there behind the seat under some robes. Then the machine stopped and there came a veritable drum fire of kisses. "Well, I jerked out n hatpin and guve that girl something to murmur about. And believe me, she jumped out of thut machine. We were In the outskirts of town and she just beat it straight across the country. I heard Floyd call, 'Come buck, Nellie.' But Nellie was a smart girl. She kept right on going." Both Schmltt and Miss Schlpple vehemently denied ever having heard of such an episode. Like a Scene From. Thrilling Motion Picture BALTIMORE. Just like the dramatic climax in a movie play, a startling scene occurred in tho marriage license bureau. Before the desk were Antonio Villiberti and Louisa Ferrenti ; behind the desk Clerk O'Nell hud filled out a license for their w'edding. He was about to band it to Villiberti when the girl said: "I don't want to ranrry thnt man." At this point another man entered tho room Giuseppe Amico. "That's the man I want to marry," said Louisa. Whereupon Antonio grew very excited. Then the whole story was told. A license for the wedding of Louisa, who Is twenty years old, and Giuseppe, twenty-five, whose home Is in Phila delphia, was Issued last June. Somebody told Louisa that Giuseppe was a bad man and wouldn't make her a good husband. Although she loved hira, she listened to this advice. Then Antonio came n-woolng. People told her that he was all right. But she didn't like him. Last night he was at her home and wanted her to get the license with him. She was afraid to refuse, but she sent word to Giu seppe. Adam Deupert, clerk of the court of common pleas, heard the commotion and left his desk in an adjoining room. "Whom do you want to marry?" he asked the girl. "Giuseppe," she said. So Antonio was told to worry Louisa no more, and the girl and Giuseppe left together, to be married under police protection. Adventurous Youngster's Flirtation With Death KANSAS CITY. Usually, Norman Ogg, two years old, going on three, and his grandmother, Mrs. Lovlna Sullard, leave their home, 3234 Anderson avenne, at 6:30 o'clock at night to meet Norman's mother, Mrs. Jennie Ogg, when she gets off the street car on man. They had not. They told other neighbors, and soon a hundred persons were searching the neighborhood. They went to Scarrltt point, near by, and through North Terrace park. At nine o'clock a party started across the bridge which spans a canyon with Agnes avenue at the foot. About the middle of the bridge they saw Norman sitting on the railing, his feet swinging 50 feet above the street and his kiddle car at his side. More quietly than Norman had tiptoed past his sleeping grandmother, they stole up behind him and grasped him tightly. "I'm waiting for mamma. She'ra late," he said. Dog's Pleading Touched Heart of Hotel Clerk LOS ANGELES. The small dog with the brown eyes and the bandaged foot and his master, Edward Peerson of Los Angeles, walked wearily Into the Manz hotel at 1:30 oclock In the morning looking for a room together, "Sorry, sir," said the clerk, W. F. Vail, "but It Is against the rules. You will have to take the dog to the base ment." Teddy limped on three legs. The left front leg was in a plaster cast as tno result of a battle with a bulldog that attacked his master In Los Ange les several months ago, when Teddy went to his rescue. As Peerson turned away Tedd.v r stood on his hind feet and looked at his master as If to say : "Never mind ; you can't leave me, you know." Teddy took hold of the corner of his master's coat with his teeth and pulled him gently but firmly toward the door, whining In a low tone. The clerk and several guests were impressed. "That dog Is almost human," said Vail. "I'll see what I can do." He awakened the manager, William James, and explained tb situation, (unking a plea for tho dog. "Will a servant's room on the top do?" he flnnlly asked Peerson. It would. So the man and dog went happily upstairs. "I have spent hundreds of dollars In operations on Teddy's foot," said peerson; "five physicians worked on It The bone Is knitting with a silver JlntA- GOTH AM sif.V fit: . i, rx-iti ft cranked up, drove a short distance, and picked up a comely passenger, she says. , Tho nest dny Mrs. Schmltt swore out a warrant for the arrest of Schmltt, who Is an electrical contrac tor In the old home town, and named Miss Nellie Schlpple, who formerly was a bookkeeper for Schmltt. Schmltt was accused of assault with Intent to do great bodily hurm. Mrs. Schmltt declares she was pronouncedly successful In her secret M her return from work nt the Home Tel ephone company. With the coming of 'dusk, grandmother fell asleep, but Norman watched the clock until both hands pointed downward, and got his .kiddy enr and tiptoed past grand- f mother, where she sat with her knlt . ting in her lap. It was 7:30 o'clock when grand- , -r; thatJ th' ijSfy. tffi It to nm.i nl fZmother awoke, alone. She asked sev eral neighbors if they had seen Nor 'At m' II wm TYFE BUNGALOW Many Persons Attracted by the Spirit of Rough Timber Construction. BRINGS OUT BEAUTY OF WOOD Modern Methods of Treating by Use cf Preservative and Stains Adds Life and Helps Looks of Material. Mr. William A. Radford wli! answer questions and give advlra FltKK OF CO.ST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of bullrilnir, for the readers of tills paper. On account of htH wide, experience as Kdltor, Author and Manufacturer, he la. will out doubt, the hlKbest authority on nil these BiiliJcrlH. Address all Inquiries to William A. Iludford, No. 1N.7 i'rulrle avenue, Chicago. III., and only enclose two-cent Hump for reply. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. There are many people who are at tracted by the spirit of rough timber construction In house design. The style is one which has been extensive ly used for club houses, summer bouses, resorts and other buildings re quiring a suggestion of rustic appear ance. Its application to bouse con struction came about In the establish ment of the craftsman-type bungalow. This Is another example of the adapt ability of the bungalow to u diversity of styles In architectural treatment. One of the developments which have contributed to the success of this use of exposed timbers and rough lumber Is the perfection of stains which are sufllclently preserving to keep the wood In good condition over a long period and yet produce a finish which does not destroy the natural physical char acteristics of the wood. The style, applied In the true sense, conceals nothing. The natural beauty of the wood Is utilized on the exterior as well ns within the building. Supporting members are usuully made oversize to bring out the desired proportions. Straight lines predominate in every part of the structure. There are few cuts made In any part of the wood work which cannot be done with an ordinary hand saw. The ornamenta tion is not elaborate, In the sense that methods are employed to Incorporate in tlio design features which have a pluce only ns ornaments the neces sary structural parts of the building are so proportioned and grouped to gether thnt it Is unnecessary to devise any artificial means of making the building beautiful. Beauty Is inherent in the building "under the skin." Naturally this sort of building is constructed- almost entirely of wood. There are several forms of this ma terial which may be used and neces sity requires the use of some of the other materials for parts such as the chimneys and foundations, so that the n,.... n.... i w ! I if First-Floor Plan. style Is not without the possibility of variation to please individual taste. Shingles are an excellent form of material to use on the walls of such a building. Present developments have supplied the home builder with shin gles which, by a manufacturing proc ess, are treated with a creosoting prep aration and then carefully stained in several different colors. The life of the shingle is very much extended by this process. Shingles so treated are obtainable in sizes larger than the or dinary shingle and may be had with extra heavy butts and extra length so that a wide exposure to the weather mny be given them on the walls of the house, to furnish variation with the surface of the roof. Another possibility In the finish of the, walls of the building is found In the use of rough beveled siding or clapboards. This siding may be ob tained In various widths and consider able Change In appearance Is made possible by variations In this respect. The siding Is stained In the finishing process, since the gloss of a paint finish Is not appropriate to this style of dwelling. The trim on the exterior Is likewise finished with a nonglossy surface. It la quite common for tho trim around windows nnd doors to be finished darker than the wall surface I H,lAJ s I IS-tilf I psMfcag I III Ml r jy.Ji. .'.v. TT-ieL surrounding It, provided thin vail tur face Is not so dark twit relief In nee. sary In the nppiifclti) direction, It i surpi-lsliig that even n small anioii.it of iliill-siirface trim finished quite duck will seem to brighten a large wall Mir face around It, resulting In an appear ance which Is pleasing beyond all ex pectations. Those people who are only mildly enthusiastic about this rustic wood house are Inclined to seo too much dull color In Its externul appearance. There are methods of relieving this effect If It does not suggest the beau ties of nature's own building material and Is not pleasing In the fullest sense. Tho enslest of these Is In an adjust ment of tho number, size and arrange ment of windows. The interior hang ings used on windows may bo utilized to add the desired touch of color or whlto to tho view of tlio exterior, In varying degree as the adjustment of windows Just mentioned Is developed Second-Floor Plan. extensively or otherwise. In the same line of thought, the sush of the win dows mny be finished white, which has a very decided brightening effect. The third method consists in the proper design of and selection of material for the chimneys. There is nearly always an outside chimney In the design of such a house. 1'roperly designed and built of Just the right sort of materials, this outside chimney may be made to bring Into the design all of the bright color that is needed. The house shown In the accompany ing perspective view and plan em bodies some of the principal character istics of this style nnd presents some other Ideas In building that are Inter- estlng. The shingle-finished walls and the pergola-fashioned dormer and side porch, the large rough-finished brick chimney laid up In white mortar and the attractive casement windows all combine to produce an unusual effect, but one that Is thoroughly pleasing and satisfactory. Somewhat unusual is the stopping off of the cornice above the front wall windows. The floor plans of this dwelling are very interesting. There Is a large liv ing room which Is entered from a ves tibule hall at the side entrance to the house. The ceiling of this living room is paneled. The fireplace Is built in the side wall near the forward end of the room and a wull seat is carried en tirely across the front wall from the fireplace to the partition between the living room and the library. The li brary celling Is paneled with a box ef fect which makes It possible to use some very attractive lighting fixtures. Double sliding doors are placed be tween the living room and the dining room. The latter room has a broad window seat built across the bay be neath three windows In the main wall and two smaller windows in the end walls. A serving pantry between din ing room and kitchen Is an important feature. The first floor plan also in cludes a small bedroom, toilet and nu merous closets. The second floor plan Includes bedrooms and the bath. Pergola-type purches are connected by Freuch doors with two of the bed rooms. Generous closet space Is pro vided. i American Is Versatile. At a certain well-known Swiss ho tel, during one of his summer holidays In Switzerland, according to William V. Rowe in Case nnd Comment, Jo seph II. Choate had Just finished that distressing nnd gnstronomlcally dis appointing task, a table de hote din ner on the Swiss plan, when he was heartily greeted by on English gentle man who had sat at the opposite end of the table. The Englishman suld: "We have been observing you, as an American, with much interest, and I want to ask you a very Impertinent question, if I may. What are you by occupation or profession? Won't you be good enough to tell me, bertuse my wife says you are a clergyman, my daughter insists you are an actor, and I sny you are a lawyer. We can't nil be right." "Yes, you can," Instantly retorted Mr. Choate. "I am something of all three three In one. I preach a good deal, act a little, and practice more or less law which means thnt I am an American lawyer. Tell your wife and daughter you all guessed right." 8 u rest Independence. There Is no Independence that can be sure but a dependence uron one'" self. i . P0Cp j - 'Bed R'ooji' faun iv, ; I ; r Pobcih I ! I5'3' J I 4 --- I J . A GREAT DISCOVERY (By J. II. Wauon. M. D.) Swollen hands, ankles, feet are dne tn A dropsical condition, often caused by dlsnrdred kidneys. Naturally when the kidneys are deranged the blood U Ullod with poisonous wants matter, which set tles In the feet, ankles and wrist: o un der the eyes In bus-like formations. As a remedy for those easily recoKnlced symptoms of Inflammation caused by uric acid as Braiding urine, backache and fre quent urination, as well as sediment In the urine, or If urlo add In the blood has canned rheumatism, lumbago, aclntlca, Rout, It la simply wonderful how quickly An-u-rlo acts; the pains and atirfnesa rapidly disappear, for Anurtc, (double strxnKth), Is many times more potent than lit hla and often eliminates urlo acid as hot .uer melts surrur. All druggists. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the liver and bowels have bee a favorably known for nearly 60 years. Anurlc Is a recent sclontlflo discovery by Dr. Pierce. Chief of Staff at the In valids' Hotel and Surgical Inst., In Buf falo, N. Y. Send 10c there for a trial pkf. of Anuria, Largs package tiOc. I I Habitual Constipation Relieved If you wake in the morning with a bad taste in tho mouth, coated tongue, perhaps headache, your liver is torpid. A torpid liver derancea the whole system, produces sick headache, dyspepsia, costiveness and pile. 1 here is no better remedy for these disorders than DR. TUTT'S LIVEIi PILLS. Try them just once and be eternally convinced. For sale by all druygUt. uff s A Waste of Pity. Mrs. Greener (at her first game of football) Oh, Isn't It awful? Horri ble! Why, they will kill that poor fel low underneath. Her Daughter (an enthusiast) Don't bo silly, mother. He doesn't mind It He's unconscious by this time. A Saving. "Do you find It economical to live so far out In the country?" asked one woman. "Yes," replied the other. "My hus band has to make such a rush to catch the car he never has time to eat much breakfast." Her Suggestion. "There's no use talking, we've got to economize this year." "All right. Suppose you shave your self every other day Instead of dally?" Values. much Is chicken "now worth a pound?" "Some Is mo' precious dan others. I done mos' risked my life fob (lis one." BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP Why use ordinary cough remedies, when Boschee'3 German Syrup has been used so successfully for fifty-one years In all parts of the United States for coughs, bronchitis, colds settled In the throat, especially lung troubles. It gives the patient a good night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration in the morning; gives nature a chance to soothe the Inflamed parts, throw off the disease, helping the patient to regain his h' 1th. Sold in all civilized countries. 30 and 00 cent bottles. Adv. Courteous Assurances. "Do you think Bllggins Is a patriot?" "In a sense. He doesn't seem anx ious to work or fight. But his remarks Indicate that his country has his best wishes." When He Is Wise Enough. A wise man doesn't know everything, but he knows how to obtain Informa tion about tho things It's necessary for him to know. Working Overtime. Too many men use up all their re ligion on Sunday and consequently have none left for the balance of the week. If you ever get acquainted with your self the chances are that you won't And your company so very agreeable. top ! LYDIA Dr. T VEGETABLE COMPOUND $ tfie gatest fffM for Tmnmm ills hmm Let's not be overanxious to grasp an pportunlty that Is too hot Germany is now using girls to pilot heir airplanes on bombing expeditions. When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Eye Remedy go Bmnrtlns-.lnH Kr Oomfnrv to Mats a Dratglsts or nalL Wrtto for free Book? IWlUftB aSS BUUCOV OOw. CUlCAtiO It's the Same Everywhere Llelphos, Ohio. "I bad doctored a good deal for ten years. I often took different kinds of medicine for kidney or bludder trouble which the doctor thought I might have, but I never got any belter. Sometimes I would have to arise 3 or 4 times at night Never any pain. Just uneasiness. I had a soreness In my back and an awful weak back and I wanted to see If Anurlc would bene fit me so I sent 10 cents to Dr. I'lerce, liuffalo, N. Y for a trial package. I felt better from the first, so I went to the druggist and got a small package of the tablets and took all of them and was not troubled any more. After that I can sny Anurlc Is Just as adver tised." MUS. C. L. CKAJJElt. Adv. Layer Pi!! POT Net Contents lSFluid Praohrc 1 r .. h ALCOHOL-3 PEH CENT. ! AVeelablcPfCparation&rAs- J a.TV.o.4 nvRotlld- iSimiittuiiiUK -i liniS the5tornacns anouw" Thereby PromoUn$ Digest ChcerfulnessandReslCott nctoerOpium.Morptoenor funeral. iw '""i CtuifitdStsar Vmttrimnfhrtr it kotnfol Remedy fof Constipation and Diarrhoci and rewrisnncaa Txccnr sleep (ttiS Insisting lliercfrCTnjnW Ihb Centavb GoMMt Eat What You Like -swa ' Exact Copy of ' Wrapper. ' w..wt..m.., swwiwm r P Always Relieves Stomach Trouble Your druggist has it or can get it for you. PEPS-AID COMPANY. GOSHEN. INDIANA 1 Woi E. PINf CHAM'S LYOIA E.PINKHAM Bread Winner Is Wanted. After a girl gets on the shady side of twenty-five she drops the affinity business and begins to hustle around for an ordinary bread winner. Japan's Waterfalls Menaced. The constant danger of earthquake stands In the way of the development of U waterfalls tn Japan. Cenrflts Prom Steep. Sleep Is a ir rent preserver of yontu. i:iii4 hours nt night und n short imp (luring the day will do much to l.ei p !!:e face fre- from wrinkle". Always Sleep wltll the bedroom window open a few Inches at the top, both in sum mer and In winter, says u physician. A dally morning bath, tepid In winter nnd cold In summer, with a brisk rub to follow, will keep the skin fresh nnd clear. Two hours must be passed Id the open air, walking, riding or play ing games. All tight clothing, und especially tight lacing, must be avoid ed, as compression disturbs the clr culatlon and Is often tho cause of en larged veins nnd red noses. A eel brnted woman, who was famous even In her old age for her beautiful, clear complexion and freedom from wrin kles, was once persuaded to tell th secret of her youthful looks. The an Hvrer was simple. Abstinence had been tho rule of her life. No tea, cof fee or stimulant of any kind. To keep well drink lemonade or water, eat ap pies, grapes and tigs regularly. Taki the raw Juice of a lemon every day. Never fall to walk regularly. Bath frequently. Knife Is Necessary. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the pencil Isn't much good without the help of a knife. When the Man Is Wise. Wise Is the mnn who knows himself thoroughly and doesn't try to llnd out things about his neighbors. 3 C'TJ lliD 1QI For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year s COLT DISTEMPER Tou can prevent this loathsome disease from runnlns; through your stable and cure all the colts suffering with It when you begin the treatment. No matter how youni?. SPOHJi'S Is safe to use on any colt. It is wonderful hor it prevents all distempers, no matter how colts or horsee at any age are "exposed." All good drucelsts and turf KoodH houses and manufacturers sell SPOJi.VS at 60 cent and tl a bottle; $5 and J10 a dozen. SI'OHN MEDICAL CO, Mfrs, Gosbrn, lad, U. S. A. '. Eat When You Lik. MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. Save the Calves! Slamp ABORTION Out al Year Herd and Keep It Out I Apply treaiment Tonrwlf. Small expenne. Write for tree booklet on Abortion, "Questions ul Answers", state number at cattle In herd. sr. lata istirti l.t. U , !0 in Item, WMknta, fit W. N. U, FORT WAYNE, NO. 50.-1917.