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PAQE FOUR.
THE PERnVSBURQ JOURNAL,
I. i
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
E. L. BLUB
Editor.
Entorod at tho Porrysburs rostoftlco
as Bocond-clnsn matter.
THE JOURNAL la dated Friday, but
tho papor coca to prcBS ovory Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, in ordor that It
may roach Its readers In various Iocpu
tlos by Friday mornlnir.
Long DlBtanco Toicphono Mo. 21.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES.
One dollar per year If paid In ndvai.co.
One dollar and fifty cents It Not paid It?
advance.
SPECIAL NOTIOE.
Cards of Thanks. Obituary Poetry snS
Resolutions of Heaped nro published at
tho rato of 5 cents por lino only. There
will bo no dovlatlon from this rule.
KICIDAY, OCTOIIKH 11, 1012.
ItEl'UllLIOAX TICKET
President
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Vice-President
JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN
Governor
GEN. F. B. BROWN,
Franklin County.
Lieutenant Govornor
BEECHER WALTERMIER,
Muskingum County.
Congressman-at-Largo
L. K. LANGDON,
Warren County.
Secretary of State
JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
Columbiana County.
Auditor of State
H. M. FULLINGTON,
Union County.
Treasurer of Stato
RUDY W. ARCHER,
Belmont County.
Attorney Gonoral
F. T. EAGLESON,
Guernsey County.
Judges of Supremo Court
(Two Years.)
LOUIS H. WINCH.
Cuyahoga County.
JAMES I. ALLREAD,
Darke County.
Board of Public Works
WILLIAM KIRTLEY. JR..
Defiance County.
W. W. MELLHARD,
Hamilton County.
Dairy and Food Commissioner
T. L. CALVERT,
Clark County.
Public School Commissioner
JOHN W. ZELLER,
Hancock County.
Clerk of Supremo Court
THOMAS J. EDWARDS,
Allen County.
Congress
HOLLAND C. WEBSTER
COUNTY TICKET
Representative
J. .C. SOLETHER
Auditor
CHARLES E. STINEBAUGH
Probate Judge
CHARLES R. NEARING
Clerk of Courts
ROBERT DUNN
Prosecuting Attorney
CHARLES S. HATFIELD
Sheriff
V FRANK HOLLENBECK
Treasurer
H. J. RUDOLPH
Commissioners
JOHN ISCH
LESLIE STACY
J. H. WOLLAM
Surveyor
J. F. GALLIER
Recorder
JOHN W. LYONS.
, For Coroner,
DR. J. C. WETHERILL
What is a promise from Theodore
Roosevelt worth?
Toft's reply to Roosevelt is that to
take what belongs to you isn't stealing.
The last Republican legislature cost
$278,232; the recent Democratic one
$303,979.
Miss. Bertha Krupp of Germany is
now said to bo worth $70'000,000.
Great guns I
Probably no one regrets the fact
that we can die but once' unless he be
the undertaker.
Automobiles and flying machines
seem to be doing everything possible
to make buisness for the undertakers.
It would seem that Gen. Orozco of
Mexico has enough home grown trou
bio without seeking to import anv
from this country.
Shee'rluckBurns, tho great detective
has now invented tho telephone, which
is a dictograph with a pianola attach
ment j but why not get tno crooks
with the moving picture machine, and
thus put an entfto crime?
Mr. Roosevelt Bays ho is no longer
a Republican and that tho Bull
Moose party is not a Republican party.
Sure! Why, then, should any Re
publican be expoctod to uphold or
voto lor any Bull Moobo bolter?
Mansfield News.
What a serious political mistake it
was for President Taft to enforco tho
law against tho magazine trust, break
ing it up and causing each of tho 10
of thorn to undertake to defeat him
by poisoning the minds of tho vofors,
Wnnn't Sunday lnat a beautiful da; T
How wo do wish wo could havo about
two months more of that kind of woath
or. It cortninly would bo a mighty
good thing for our Main stroot paving
job.
An authority on dross atntoa that it
is vary propor to appoar in clolhos
that indicato tho wtmror is poor. Wo
had always expected to appear in pro
per form eomo dsv, but did not know
it Would como so soon.
Tho fnrmor who votes Freo Trado
votes to cut down tho market prico of
ovory thing ho produces on tho farm.
Tho luboring man who votes for
Froo Trndo votes to give his job to
somo cheap man in a foreign country.
Van Wort Bulletin.
Brother Speck of Penibervllle began
his 23 th year as publisher of tho Lead
er last week, and wo congratulate tho
people of Pombervlllo and vicinity on
having one of the finest and best
edited papers lu tho stato published in
tholt town. The Leader is a credit to
tho county and to Its publisher and
we hope the town of Pemberviilo will
continue to grow so that tho Leader
may havo room to Bhow what the
editor really can do when afforded an
opportunity.
When you hear a rampant Roose
veltite talk about tho steal of dele
gates for Taft in the Chicago conven
tion, remind him that Senator LaFol
lette says that ho made a careful
oxaminat on of all tho evidence sub
mitted to the national credentials
committee on both sides and declares
that he found the decisions of the na
tional committee just anJ proper, and
tho Wisconsin member of the creden
tials committee, which passed upon
the action of the national committee,
voted with the Taft majority and was
endorsed by the entire Wisconsin del
egation. Sandusky Register.
W. F. PEINERT
WESTON, O.
I Renublican Cnnrfirlntft for
Clerk of Courts.
I respectfully solicit the votes
and inlluence of all citizens of
Wood county. I was born in
Plain township, Wood county,
and for the past 40 years have
resided in Weston and for 28
years have been in the employ
of H. O. TJhlman. Have always
beon a Republican, serving as
Central Committeeman for two
terms. Was TownBhip Treasur
er for 0 years, and if elected to
the ofllce of Clerk of Covrts will
give my greatest effort to serve
the county honorably and cred
itably. W. F. PEINERT
Weston, O.
V-
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Trudeau an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Alline, to Mr. Charles L.
Plsor, of Pittsburg. Miss Trudeau
presided at a dinner of lovely appoint
ments on Saturday evening at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. Levi Trudeau,
on Empire St., Toledo. Covers wen.
laid for 10 young women at a table
beautifully decorated with a center
bouquet of pink roses, from which
sprays of roses, and ferns radiated
to tho places.
Tho pleasant news was made
lentawn in tho midst of the dinner by
tho arrival of a Western Umlon tele
graph messenger with a telegram for
Miss 11a Bllnn but to "The Girls"
with Dan Cupid's signature.
The favors wero miniature trunks
filled with pink and white bon bons.
ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE.
Cards wero received by many
Perry bIuii-b frionds with the follow
ing announcement:
Mrs. Emma R. Escolt
Announces the marriage of hor
daughter,
Doris Root
to
Mr. Howard H. Kaneon,
on Wed., tho 25th of September,
Nineteen hundred and twelve,
Glendale, California,
Many Perrysburg frionds extend
congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Ka
neon. will rosldo at 144 Snlom stroot,
Glendale, Callfornln, a suburban part
of Los Anitelep.
For any pain, from top to toe,
from any cauBe, apply Dr.' Thomas'
Eclectic Oil. Pain can't stay whoro
it Is used,
We wash
thoroughly.
Tho secret of good laundering
lies, first of all, in tho washing. In
sufficient, hastily dono washing
will show through ovory othor pro
cess. Gray streaks, yellow edges,
specks and spots mark tho work of
the careless laundry.
Our washing department; is sub
ject to the most careful nnd contin
ual supervision. Wo make sure
that tho work is right.
HOME STEAM LAUN
DRY. Bowling Green, Ohio
Call Wm. Berry's resturant and
our Auto will call at your door on
Tuesday or Friday.
Public Spirit Pays
It's good to be public spirited in all things, but
it's a real business proposition- to be public spirited
in regard to the use of electric poyver.
How can you help the city more than by helping
to make it clean?
Smoke makes it dirty. Electric power transmit
ted from our plant to yours does away with all your
smoke.
When your neighbor sees the good effect, may
he not be led to iollow your example?
With our steajn driven station now shut down
and by the use of hydro electric power, we have done
all we can to make Maumee and Perrysburg smoke
less communities.
By using electric power from our lines you can
also help promote cleanliness and at the same time
help yourself by increasing your production.
Suburban Light & Power Co
MAUMEE OHIO PERRYSBURG
TWO WEDDINGS.
On Tuesday morning, October 8,
1912, at 9 o'clock at his residence.
Rev. Father Schoendorf, of St. Rose,
of Lima Church, pronounced the
ceremony that united the hearts and
hands of Dr. Guy Eustace Markley,
of Toledo and Miss Bertha May
Heilman, of Perrysburg. The bridal
party were attended by Miss Ella
Mattlmore as bridesmaid and Mr.
Howard Heilman, brother of the
bride, as best man.
The bride's gown was of white
satin crepe meteor with trimmings of
princess lace and bands of pearl. She
wore a half wreath of lilies of the
valley and her bridal bouquet was of
a shower of bride's roses and valley
lilies.
Miss Ella Mattlmore, the. maid of
honor, was gowned In pink messa
llne, draped in pannier effect with
flowered chiffon and baby Irish lace.
She carried an arm bouquet of pink
roses and wore a half wreath of pink
roebuds In her hair.
Immediately after the ceremony
the bridal party repaired to the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Heilman, whose charming
country home was transformed Into
a bower of beauty for the occasion.
The parlors were artistically. decorat
ed with autumn leaves and smilax
and cut flowers in profusion.
Arriving at the home, a sumptuous
wedding dinner was served to the
immediate relatives. - The bride's
table was decorated with festoons of
smilax suspended from tho chande
liers to each corner of the table
while the center table decorations
were roses and carnations. Tho
second table In an adjoining room
was similarly decorated with a center
piece of pink dahlias, while the
arches, curtains and- walls of tho
entire house wore artistically deco
rated with smilax and white flowers.
The following menu was served at
tho wedding dinner:
Velvet Soup, Bread Sticks,
Celery, Pickles, Olives, '
Pried Chicken, Creamed Potatoes,
Sweet Potatoes,
Homo Made Rolls, ' Coffee,
Fruit Salad and Vanltlos,
Ice Croam, Bride's Cake,
Bonbons,
The bride's cake was an Immonso
and most delightful confection,
decorated In an artistic manner and
the work of Mr. Davidson.
From 2 until 5 o'clock in tho after
noon a largo number of guests re
sponded to Invitations for the bridal
reception, and wero most charmingly
entertalnod and servod with a most
delightful collation.
Tho tokens of good will presented
tho bride wero numerous and valu
able and comprise many pieces of
rare quality,
Among out-of-town guests wore
lOJarenco Hatcher and wife, of Tiffin,
Mazda Electric M 1' ALL LIjGHT M h
price is now as f43pS 8
foliows. ' i!! fj
M 25 Watts 40 cents 8
O 40 - - 45 " b
JJ 60 - 60 J?
& 100 " - $1.00
I TED J. DS HRaEi Company.
Joseph Gross, wife and family, of
Norwalk.
Regrets were received from Rev.
Father Wlttauer, a cousin, of Enfield,
Illinois.
Howard Heilman, the bride's
brother, was home from U. of M. of
Ann Arbor, Mich., accompanied by
his college Chum. Edward NT Wnlsli
of Joliet, 111., and they conspired to
..ui. "luiraa mieresiiHg lor ine
bridal couple by all manner of mis
chief that can be invnntorl hv i-
lege boys.
Dr. Marklev Is a nrnmlnRnr mom.
ber of the dental profession of Toledo
and a centlemnn of hisrh nkmntor
The bride, who is the only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heilman
is one of Perrysburg townships best
known and hlchlv estpp.mp.fi ionics
and the congratulations of many
friends are extended for a future of
happiness.
They will make their home In To
ledo, They left Tuesday evening on a
brief tour of eastern cities.
At the bride's home, at 6:00
o'clock "Wednesday evening, the wed
ding of Miss Bessie Alice Van Hellen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Decatur
Van Hellen, and Mr. Herbert Charles
Helnlein, of Toledo, was solemnized,
the Rev. E. J. "Webster officiating.
The bridal party entered the parlors
while Miss Loretta Helnlein played
the beautiful Mendelssohn wedding
march.
Tho bride was attended by Miss
Margery Davy, and air. Wm. Meister,
of Toledo, acted as best man.
The beautiful ring service was
read in tho living room before an ef
fective banking of ferns and pink and
white roses.
Only the Immediate relatives of
the bride and groom witnessed the
ceremony. Tho bride's gown was of
white marquisette over white messa
llne, and trimmings- of satin and
point do sprit lace. She wore for
her only ornament a beautiful pearl
pendant, tho gift of tho groom, and
hor bridal boquet was pink and
white roses. Tho bridesmaid was
gowned in pink vollo over pink mes
sallao and carried an arm boquet of
pink roses.
A two-course bridal supper was
served Immediately after tho coro-
mony, tho bride's table being dec
orated with pink carnations and
dahlias. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Helnlein loft during
tho evening for an eastern trip, tho
bride traveling In a blue tailored
suit with harmonizing hat, and will
bo at homo after Novombor 15 th on
East Front street, Perrysburg, O.
The brldo, being a very popular
lady, has a host of frionds who ex
tend congratulations and best wishes
for a happy future, .
.fr .
ANNOUNCEMENTS &
We take this means ot notifying you that MR. J. W. COPE
has taken tho place made vacant by MR. WM. CHARLES, who,
wo are sorry to say, has been enticed to other fields.
We feel that the only way
Charles loss is by putting in his
in whom wo havo confidence and
but like.
0
We hope vou will como in
in tho near future and wo want you to feel then and always that fty
his services, as well as the services of our entiro organization are j
always at your service. g
K
THE CHARLES
ft Perrysburg, O.
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