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Piqua Leader-Dispatch (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Piqua, Ohio rage 2 PIQUA DAILY LEADER DISPATCH. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. launched Yesterday By Boosters' Association of Y. M. C. A. Is Expected- MANY NEW MEMBERS ASE BEING ENROLLED. Splendid Opportunity of Enter- ing Winter Classes Is Now Presented. The oiimp-usn launched yesterday by tlie Boosters' association of the Y. M. C. A. to secure new members for the institution started off with the prospect of splendid success be- ing achieved by tomorrow night the campaign ends. Nine teams are making a canvas of the entire, and a special effort Is being mode to interest the cm- of factories to take up work tn the Y. M. C. A. With the winter season athletic and physical culture classes just starting the. time to join is right now and there has been a splendid response. Other campaigns have resulted in i successful conclusion but the pros- pects this year are that there will be 'more members secured than in any previous campaign and the members of the several canvassing teams de- clare that there will be several hun- dred new members added before to- morrow night. Classes are arranged to suit the convenience of men in all walks of life. There are classes for the fac- tory men, business men and profes- sional men and the time of the meet- Ings are arranged to suit all. Special classes in swimming are being organized and after the close of the campaign tomorrow night there will ho other swimming classes irranged and thb personnel of the ithletic and physical culture teams will be made up for the season's work. It Is requested that in the event any one desirrs to join the associa- tion and they are not railed on by members of any of the committees that they call at the V. M. C. A. and enroll. Fannie's Latest Frock JfKW PROHIBITION MAP OF THE UNITED STATES FOLLOWING ELECTION. _ J N E B'R A S NA There are thus now twenty-two states where the sale of liqnnr is absolutely prohibited. There are many more where local option is making great strides. In fact the map shows that the United States out aide of the citos is pretty dry. Ther e is lots of liquor to be bought in California and Nevada! Wyoming. Utah, -Mew Mexico and Texas have the ir wet spots, and Minnesota, Missouri and Louisiana sell plenty. Bast of the Mississippi Wisconsin. Illinois, Indiana and Ohio have much dry territory. New York and Pennsylvania, with all the New England states, except Maine, are still pretty wet. Utah, which is nearly dry, and Florida, which is wet only at the great wi uter resorts, elected legislatures pleged to prohibition. i CITY OFFICIALS OF PIQUA AT STATE MEETING Held in Columbus Yesterday to Discnss Greater Revenues for Municipalities. SMITH ONE PER CENT LAW DEALT A BLOW By Tax Experts Who Offered Suggestions for Relief of Cities Now in Difficulty. Mayor B. M. Dell and Councilmen straits and they have reached the limit for bond issues and have been forced to draw heavily on their ap- portionment for the first half of 1S117. Piqna, however, is in excellent condition and bonds placed -on the market find ready buyers at top prices. I'iqua is in as good or a better financial condition as any other city of it's size and larger in the state and the limit of bond is- sues has not nearly been reached here and the indebtedness is much smallest than is usually found in any city of from to popu- lation. TIME TABLE IS T Tho Pennsylvania railroail oflicials luivc not announced as yet what the time ot arrival will ho ;i cnjiHidi'rablo Thn third recoinmondation would IKMIO- fit the sinnllf-r cilies whllu the first two would licMiotit the iarjror cities. Several of the larger (Jliio cities n ta CAS a ORIA For Infants ajid Children in Use Fos-Over 3OYeairt NOTICK OK FOIt [jrlCXSK. Jotin HnarHon, of I'iqua, has lilcd fln oppliration wilh tlm Miami ('.ininty Don't, Htuy crippled! ThiH prnrtratiug nuwln lo usoil only once It takes tho m-hu and pain out of your back und cinia tJic; miai'ry. 71, ia magical, yet abfiolutoly lutrmlcaa and dfM'Kii't burn Hie skin. Xol.liintr else atojis pciatica including (.innnnuli. (.levoland andi ml mi8cry po promptly! Youngstown are In sore financial I THEATRE Week Commencing. Monday November. 20th Thn thratrn gnnrs of Pitpia and vi- cinity will have an opportunity of j sroinK nnn rtf Mia bcsl jiuimhir prircd rrpcrtoiro shows on (lie whfi tho Kdwanls-UMlKfin rmnpan.V i-onu-: lo tho, Ilijou tlirat re for an en it r week nnKac'Tiu-nt. Mnndity. There's Joy, Beauty, Health In Perfectly Clean Teeth USE 9RAMJDEHTO CHANGE DENTAL CREAM fcientiftc Liquor Licensing Hoard for a license t Tins company met wi.'b Ilic to trnfne iu intoxicating lirjuors nt I greatest success by prr'sentinK i-lcan. number 217 W. Water street. Pitjua. moral plays that tu-w up to In testimony whereof, we have hereunto attached our official si'Kiin- t.urea this 14th dny of November, Miami Toun'.y Licensing Board. J. M. RKBHOLZ, H. KAMPK. Members. J. M. Secretary. the minute. HxcpllPin vaudeville is introduced bclwccn tbf' emji! play and Iho plays anil vaudeville nre changed at ciich p'.-rrormancu. The company carries all special KCIMI- ery each play is mounted Invii'.ti- ]y. Tlie of admission will ten, Iventv anrt 'ems. On Monday nixhf a Indy will tie adrnil- tod free with each 30c SPECIAL SCENERY AND ELECTRICAL '0-L'O A Ailtnitlc'l FREE Mnniliiy' N'ifriit wiili Tirkd. delightful new paste, which makes tooth brushing a pleasure for young and old, tastes of fresh fruit, makes the saliva flow and really cleans and polishes the teeth. Orange Dental Cream Follows thc fine of modern science. Docs thc work you need to have done, t contains no soap, no alkali, no alcohol, no clinlk or dangerous grit: no carbolic acid, chlor- ide of potash or other dangerous germicides, or any other injurious substance. Dentists recommend it because (and this is something new) they really KNOW of its value. ORANGE DENTAL CREAM is not "just another tooth paste." but something with a scientific reason behind it. At Your Drug Store fr> large 25 t.r nuirt nriftMif aiiitit___ i ill tfi fcf 'rfWWfW tfi 4W Luador-Dlopstch Classified art taken at jo following flat rjxh with ordor: G words. 3 24 .1 30 -Trfs, 3 30 wr.rds. 3 times.............SOo AUCTION E Kit General auctioneer. I Ruarantoo you first Service, my prJws are Reason' '.2. Call any time tor Inter- matioj v7. C. LARGE, 117 B. Green Phone Genornl machine work anil Ro- palrinp; of all Kinrta. Broken Auto parts and Steel WnldlnR. Eiitlinates' i-hoerfully Riven. PIQUA MACHINB UOILER CO., 432 Wood St. Phone HO. bright lioy ahonl 17 or IS yearn old to make prlntfl and learn drafting. A boj with school wliical.ion profor- red. FRENCH OIL MIU, MACillN- V CO. 11-1513 capahlc, nxporionrc'l BlnnoKraplinr. Tlio FHUNCII OIL M1U.. MAOIIINHUY CO. U-Mt.S Will pay rellahln woman to distribute free (not to sell) 200 pkgn. Borax Soap Powder friends. No money required. WA1U) CO.. 7S1 N. Franklin St., ChiraRn. ii-intn WANTKU. 600 families to send ns your Sheet TVhen they need Repairing. Repair- ing is onr business. Wo know how. SHOE REPAIR SHOP, 124 N. Main, Phone 1079. 8AM5. FOR case and ('on- Aiig4-rao6 formerly property of David ________. I Mason. llusy lice Itnstaurant, RUPATUINO. .1" SU n-istii Eipert automobile Ropr.lrinR. If your rnr sons wroiiR hrlnp it to us. aepalrinK Is Our huslnows. We know how. MEINDER'H. OARAOB. 181 West Water St., Phono 302. AuitfimS to work in ln.nn- SAM YK'K. N. Waynn fit. I 1-141.1 FOR SAIiK notniwUc SnwInR Marninr, If sold a( once. In- quire ill. Offco. 10-18tf FOR Burner, cheap if sold at once. Inquire 519 Boone street. 11-HIS FOR IUCNT. MK.N" I -All lines of con- i ruction work. Bradford yards 2.25 iiiKl up. Ask for Mr. Hall at dnnot. 1 'I'wn rnnvassera Piriiui :nirl vicinity. SIC> wenk -nlary aiul Tirst.ovnr Mfg. Kafit St.. Louis. 111. 1 1-8U Old false tnnlh. Don't .....rtiT if linikiMi. pay 31 to per Mail In MAXKU, '.'.007 Vlflh Klri'ct. I'hllnilPlpliin. I'.i. Will i-d i-nsh by ri'tnrn mail. 1 I-I Oil 2 r'oi: HUNT i'ivo rotiano. 7 Uri-p AVP. I 1 WAN'Tl'.D Tnfonniillon. Why a lilpli price for dentistry and Vive if ovp.r two or v.'lu'ii you can R'1' (lie Hrrt time "t n reneornblp. price Dental Specialist., Ash St. J.1.-U13 FOR house of 3 rooms furnished for lisht honse- keeplliK wilh Ra.s. H12 S. ADAMS Street. 11-11-3 FOR RENT -Three rooms, east Water si rent, Inquire 222 Har- rison street. 11-1 -1t3 FOR with two connecting rnnms and private ntalr- w.iys on Anh streut. -IPplT 4Su N. MAIN ST. 6-10tl FOR RENT- Seven rooms with bath. r. l-l C.ollcRe St. Call In the moraines. 11-713 KOI! KRN'T -Five room notiro on Apply to Mrs. J. H. If. Kpikir. No. :1I4 orth Main StrflPl. Kov 9 II FOI! HUNT .1 furnished rooms for llirhi 2 sqinrps from Superior Un.-lp.r-vc.ir To. 1i- niiifA An4 K.fTArtilriA rirfTA. IJL-Af
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