Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio
23 May 1921

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23 May 1921

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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1921, Circleville, Ohio Monday May 23, 1921the Circleville daily Union Herald third Page read thl to husband. Quot a new effect is to have trousers a barred or plaited immediately above tile spot where the Center crease terminates. This helps to make ones trouser tit belter Aud wrinkle less. If a handkerchief a Wallet or other trifles in carried in the Side pockets thus tending to cause a Strain across the Waist the shirring automatically Irons this Tea Unash. Our Many years experience equips us to advise you properly As to the i Flat watch for the graduate. At least let us show you. Sensenbrenner s a watch Ironton Portland Cement in paper and cloth sacks. N. T. Weldon. W. Main St. Trees. I think that i shall never see a pot i Lovely As a tree. Pilot holds record f i i a tree whose no attained the Earth try Mouth is Prest wet flowing Bren has travelled More than 3,cc0, i too Miles on of to River. I a for the graduate a handsome accurate watch for the boy $18 to $75. A wrist watch for the girl $16 to $50. Diamond rings $15.00 and up. Brooches pearls Lavalliere links rings and chains in great variety. Ever Sharp pencils Waterman s pens umbrellas Gold shot and Pearl bracelets vanities mesh bags and novelties by the Hundred. Come in. And choose a durable gift that will be a lifelong t measure. F till Fri i Brunnert a jewelry store a a it \ a a in a i in we. Gitts that last yet a h i i m Ora de shoe repairing.7 jc7t fit up you can saw. Money and time by letting us save your soles. We use tie. Goodyear we system re Weltin a specially. E. A. Schreiner factory expert in charge of rip hiring. Nick Hervit Host workmanship Only highest inuit leather i Seti ladies and gents shoe shining parlor iome mime Jai Wmk if Mimi Finiw Griir ii Terri Mart bit a ii re in pm nor or Man a we i -.mtmmmm. % term strictly in a. We have no shoes to sell Hervey Sweyer 130 West main St. Opposite Caddy Millers. Tat Here is a keen Kutter Fork a sturdy bit of springy Timber tipped with three properly curved tines of finest steel tempered like a watch Spring. When this Fork is sunk into a Well settled Bunch of Long Hay a Man s strength is needed it the end of the handle. A a a nut to a farming tools a hoes Forks rakes scythes axes spading Forks Corn knives shovels Spades ditch tools manure Hooks potato Hooks and Bush Hooks Are All remarkable for their working capacity. A Brawny Man and a keen Kutter tool is a combination hard to beat when it comes to actual results in work accomplished. Barrere amp Nickerson a tree hint look i god All Day and lifts bar Leafy arms to Pray a tree that Lime in summer Wear a nest of Robins in her hair in pen whose Boson Snow has lain who intimately lives Aith rain. Poems Are made by tools like me. Hut Only it led can make a tree. Joyce Kilmer killed in action on the Ourey. Balloonist on the Roost Sleeper quite naturally surprised at unconventional Call made by air travellers. Many amusing stories of his ballooning exp a Erlei ice Are told by Frank Hedges Butler Pioneer of aeronautics and motoring. During one balloon ascent he dropped soon after Midnight in a rookery close in a House. A we Hal loan do he says a Zarni very quickly a Man put ins Bend out of a bedroom window. Judge of ids Surprise to see us sitting on the top of Libs tree with tile great balloon Tower lug above. A conversation of this sort ensued a i Baal Ness gracious who Are you a balloonist resting where Are we a a a a twelve Miles from Brighton. Are you stuck a a a a a i fio we re very Happy. You done to mind us sitting on top of your tree do you a a a not at All. Good night. A and then tie window hanged and j should think lie was soon Chicago daily news timing bananas. It is generally known that banana Are shipped while yet Green and in Ripe hut few persons Are aware of the careful and elaborate time Calcut latinos required in setting out a he plants Aud cutting off the fruit in order to insure the arrival of tile bananas in proper condition a their destination. When a Plantation is begun the Young plants Are set out at a a re Aln pm Bels so that they will produce at prefixed times during the scar. A corf to in number of Days in fort the Arr Al of a Steamer tile a Fei it a rut sad a close can shul a of the time that will be Cui Jimd in she Captain Williamson sixty two years in service never suck and never had acid it. Cine ii Aiko capt. Edward 8. We Damson who recent j it i curdled seventy sixth birthday anniversary b ii is he holds a River record that is unequalled. In or Ltd years he Rode on boats on the Milo River. For a years lie w As a lid used Pilot. Now he is Captain of the Steamer John s. Hubbard which operates Between Nicin Natl and Louisville. The Veteran River Pilot Iii relating j tile interesting Story said a i was about fourteen years of age when i j was first employed on a boat nitrated by my father from Pomeroy in where i was born. I navigated the Ohio River j Tor seven yours and when Twenty one i obtained a License As u full fledged Pilot. I passed the examination with out any trouble. Ail the Mon who were members of tile Board of examine j ers have since died. A a for it years i was Pilot for the White Foliar line and made two trips a week id Ween Pooh Coy and Ciuco Natl travelling on an twinge of 1,000 1 Miles a week. At that rate i travelled .�?~>�?o,000 Miles a year and in 85 ,ml0, Miles. Mind you. In All that time i a never Iii or lost a Day. A for ave years i have been making two trips to Louisville each week. Emil round trip is a too Miles or Lino Miles a week. That would make a total of led. J 000 Miles in live Jean. So you can see that 40 years of my ser let is unaccounted for As to distance travelled 1 think i have covered More than a uni mini Miles in a a a years making a total in excess of 3, Miles in tip a Jedi it of during the Ltd years of service Gap lain Williamson never was in an acct i Dent and tile Only time he was pre vented from travelling was when the ice stopped the boats. During the civil War Captain Williamson piloted the gunboat Alice up. The Ohio River when Morgan s raiders were approaching the North. A i had to stand Between pieces of boiler in it while in the Pilot House to avoid being shot a he said. A Horn to blow about a i Al. I it e ii i funeral directors amp embalmers a m b u Lance s e r v Ici main Ltd Scioto its. Circleville office �?~phone�?131 l. M. Mader 291. E. C. Eberl 1335, rivals did you Ever think that while there have been All sorts of to bread it is still the ome great food to the whole world no Matt ter How loaded with Good things your table May he your meal will he a failure without Good bread. Real bread made with milked Wallace bakery if 7 a a of tuesday event a $1.00 dinner for. The program will Cor chamber of Commerce May 24th, at 6 of clock p. M nut test prizes will be a of quest ions Corr Law a Juci i r is carry Ste is Tiv a in fun it the nov la. Dated to be is reached t betrayed by hi6 sock. A negro a former employee of a new York theater who was being questioned shout tile theft of a <2,0011 violin from Iii orchestra Leader had told such a straight Story that lie a i about to lie released when lie stretched ids legs and flinch Sis a pair of Blin ilk socks. I lie owner of the in to meld had lost Stieh a pair with tie violin and the negro was held for tin grand jury. The violin Shire n pm ered had been sold for 815 and sent to Philadelphia where it was h lug used by two negro actresses. 2. We. Pm Iii id it pc i0il How j a answering the great e answering the few easting lots Pate in the patriotic let s cooperate Ham her of Lorn Mere phone Usu inc n which Gnu ted to be in world woman wins As a drummer widow of fifty and no f. My bushmen experience make Odas net Ildi. A making a Start a has your women a anti High Cost of living league solved the question a a a we be just held our first regular meeting and All we had time to do was to increase the monthly dues to three River thames As courtroom. The late vice Chancellor of England As equity judges were once called. Sir Lancelot Sha Develi was president it lie society of psych routes All Mem hers of which undertook to Bathe in Iii open daily during tin months from november to March while bathing in the thames near Barnes sir Lune Eloi was applied to for an interim injure Tiou which in granted. Two chickens from one egg. A new England Fanner Lins rear a pair of chickens from one egg. Links considered almost unique because two chickens hut rhed from out cos. Seldom if Ever live More than a Day or two. The twins Are also Aristo Era to inasmuch As they will not a so Elan with any other chickens. Precious Art Cie. A your cats fur is full of said til boy. A judging i rom our electric Light Hills she must la a very valuable Good As a travelling be it Man Tor in Omaha manufacturing concern and her example has ailed the entire sell ?., s Usich i h. I i they have named it tin while other sub in we talking a Al it Ard time a and explaining Why to Weir order Hooks were not As Filiti a in previous yours a tie get out and worked ten i. A a Day radiating optimism Ami emas ism wherever sin a vent ate Emu in with Hie biggest Hunch of my. ,.-, Lier Arm had Ever secured. May gather bananas in Kentucky. Somerset. . J. E. Ghilleri leis a banana Plant which has been in Bloom for two weeks. It is seven pot tall and is now four years old. Rids is the first time it has doomed my she is anxiously a Mug to see if it will hear fruit. Ideal Arcola Radiator boiler the Ideal heat for Small Homes gives even warmth in whole House and at Small Cost this hot water heating Plant gives healthful warmth to All rooms and requires no cellar or Waler pressure. Boiler serves As Radiator for room in which it stands. Its surplus heat warms three or four other rooms through water circulating through inconspicuous pipes to radiators outfit of indestructible cast Iron requires Little attention and Coal. No danger of fire estimate gladly made for you without obligation. Edward Crist 120 West main Street till a Clevil Sonvi t is Ohr it s to vell Dom right at Wmk to id i Iville Vii j i Carbon removed 5ue \ Yund r pm. C. Vol1proprietor rear sub East Mill Street. Curt by Ille 0 try is for up to Date Job printing prolific sew. A Young Durn Jersey sow Tyr a i. Has just had what i believed in u worlds record litter it san i Bego Cal. She Lins Given Binh to a family of in a lid met p is. All healthy. Woman a fourth husband j i cured her of Matrimony j \ i a i m through a Sigil in. It i. Zabeth Miller As she Eft j v Julge baldwins courtroom ii u Hen Fie i. J % % in a a treed from Lier husband a j blam Miller whom so j j charged with stealing Lier Din j j moods and with having 12 other i ? Wiles. A 5 Quot i m through a Sim repeated y i be been married four times it Ami have Learned my lesson. My ast husband Tom used my tires that give satisfaction buy Fisk Todd a a Uto inn j first garage fast on Franklin Strath Btu the phone

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