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Entered nt the Porryburc roBtottlcs
&b Moond-clAss matter.
Friday, January 34, 1913.
THE JOURNAL la dated Friday, but
the paper goes to pross ovcry Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, , In order that It
may roach Ha readers In various Iocpu
tlea by Friday mornlncr.
Long Dtstanco Tolophono No. 21.
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Ono dollar per year If paid In advance
One dollar and fifty cents it Not paid Id
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry $,m5
Resolution! of Respect aro published at
the rate of 5 conts por line only. There
will be no doviation from this rulo.
Thoro woo a tlmo when tho wholo
aome teachings of our mothors had an
jtnfluanco, -whon ,tho homo lnfluonco
wan felt after tho fledglings had lott
tho neat, and thoro aro still somo
that aro considered by many as "old
ifaahlonod" who bollcyo as our rovercd
parents did, says tbo Washington Har
old. Qrantlns that a woman has tho
jaamo rights as a man, that thoy can
ido tho aamo things as man, can smoke,
tako a cocktail, rldo a horso astride,
and such thtnga that woro once can
ldorod as puroly In man's province.
yt tho doing of those things have n
tendoncy to bring tho good woman
down to the lorol of tho company she
its In, to mako tho tolling of a risque
Istory In mixed company a commnn
I matter. We discuss ougontcs with
lour children; they are allowed to
'read almost any novel thoy can get
thelr hands on, and are allowed liber
'tlos former generations were Strang
!ro to. A return to tho "old-fashioned'
Ideas of our mothers, to the time
,whon tho conventionalities woro ob
erred, might bo looked upon as a
stop backward by tho fast Bet of to
day, but to tho thinking man or wom
an who still believes In tho Banctlty
of the homo and homo life It would
help to establish a purity that is sadly
'looking In many families In this the
Earl D. Bloom, of Bowling Green,
according to the opinion of Gen. Isaac
R. Sherwood, is qualified to act as an
assistant attorney general under the
Wilson administration. Gen. Sher
wood has started a campaign for
Bloom's appointment and is lining up
all his Democratic friends in the
house. Mr. Bloom is a capable at
torney, has been the political Moses,
who has led the Democracy out of the
Wood County wilderness and brought
them into the land of milk and honev,
and we know of no man in the party
who is more thoroughly entitled to
eat of fruit that has been so long for
bidden to Democrats than our polit
ical antagonist and personal friend,
Earl D. Bloom. Here's hoping, Earl.
May the official lightning hit your
dome, good and hard.
It would seem to us that the cele
bration of the Ferry Centennial should
be extended to Ferrysburg and sug
gest that a "Venetian Night" be one
of tho features, which could bo made
a delightfully charming event in
which hundreds of yachts and motor
boats might participate making it one
of the most gorgeous river carnivals
known in this country. It might be
accomplished if Toledo would give
her consent and assistance.
President-elect Wilson is one of the
most reticent men ever chosen presi
dent of the United tSates. When re
porters try to get some news out of
him about his cabinet his mouth and
tongue seem to be held ast by a pad
It has, however, leaked out from
rrces close to Mr. Wilson that it is
i ry likely that A. Mitchell Palmer, ot
'ennsylvania, will bo attorney gen
eral, A. S. Burleson of Texas, will be
secretary of agriculture, and Josephuu
Daniels of North Carolina, will be
postmaster general. These names
were obtained from what are con
sidered by newspapers as "inspired
sources" and while thoy are not af
firmed or denied by Mr. Wilson him
self they are no doubt the names ho
has in mind at the present time.
, Family 8ecrots.
& gal nan pionty or umo to ueciuo
on tho details of her woddlng boforo
tho man has figured out whether bar
loyea aro bluo or gray.
' Doing conservative In politics never
keeps a man from being screamingly
Insurgent In tho matter of tloa and
A really clover woman novor makes
the mistake of assuming that only a
man can cqmprohend her cleverness.
You may euro the vices of a bad
woman, conquer tho shortcomings of
tho Indifferent woman, but nothing
will avail In the face of a good wom
Tho woman who "dares to bo dif
ferent' 1b talked about, the man who
plays tho gamo Is merely tolerantly
laughed at but at best tho woman
'wouldn't chongo places with, hlnv
WRPtocott's. V '
A baby boy arrived at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Towbrldgo in Lime
City on Saturday January 4th.
Dr. and Mrs Shepherd and daughter
Jane, of Buffalo, N. Y. nro visiting
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Clms.
Mrs. Moflltt, Mrs. Gertrude Brown
and Captain Alexander of Toledo,
woro Tuesday guests of William Mills,
and family, '
Mr. and Mrs. Clnud McCabe of
Mnumcc, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Thomns on Thursdny of last
rMiss Ednn Hnrtsing cntcrtainea
Sunday in honor of her cousin, Miss
Jessie Cowles, of Detroit, who is wink
ing a short visit in Pcrrysburg. Her
guests were Miss Gladys Trudeau and
Russel Hartsing of Toledo, and Miss
Mrs. P. E. Hollenbeck enter
tained a few lady friends at her home
here on Friday afternoon last. A
most delightful dinner was served
which was greatly enjoyed by Ms
dnmes Hoover, Wetmorc, Chapman,
Lucas, Yeager nnd Modenvell.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Rheinfrnnk
statted for Rochester, Minn., Thurs
day. The doctor will attend the
Mayo Clinics and expects to return
homo about February 2.
T. J. Itoe, wife and son Kenneth
of Bellevup, Mr6, Ed. Frusher and
daughters Edna and Frances spent
Sunday with Chas. Roe and family.
A jolly crowd gathered at the
John V". Eckel homo near Rossford
Sunday evening. Music and games
were the features of the evening.
Those present were the Misses Pearl
and Nellie Biniker, Mary Ilidner,
Pearl Weseman, Elizabeth and Minnie
Kvichoff, Amelia and Alma DethloiT,
Ellen Smith, Ida Rinker Edna and Ida
Eckel. Messrs Harry Weseman, Fred
and Erny Muhl, Henry Nissen, Bert
and Frank Stauffer, Edward Beard
man! Clarence Binker, Ross Kindr
vator, Louis Sattler, Arthur Brossia,
Elmer Klsler, Leo and Elmer Eckel.
THAT THANKLESS K)B
60METHINQ THAT 8EEMS TO BE
ALWAY8 WITH U8.
Evldenco of Its Presence to Bo Noted
Wherever You May Look 8omo
Comfort In Remembering
Worda of Ruskln.
One of the most constant and dis
tressing quantities In everyday life Is
the thankless job. It Is firmly fixed
In tho established order of things that
while wo often rebel, we continue to
accept. It seems Immutably placed,
and Is Illustrated In every circle ot
friendship or business.
Tho mother who sacrifices, oh, so
much, for her children and Is Immedi
ately relegated to second placo. If not
utterly neglected, when Tom, Dick or
Maymo decides to marry; the daugh
ter or son who after years of faith
ful, tender service in the home, Is ac
cused of ingratitude when opportuni
ties for a life ot wider effort present
themselves and aro accepted; tho
generous hearted sister, who, having
refused to listen to her own love story
and having kept house for yearB for
brother Bill and brother Bill's brood
of motherless bairns, is told nonchal
antly one morning that he, BUI, is
to bo married and "the boss ot that
particular ranch" hereafter will be tho
now wife; tho white haired clerk who
is either discharged or placed In a
position that Is an InBult to his years
of service, not to mention his Intellect
these are but a few examples of
tho little thanks that loyalty com
mands. Here's what Ruskln says on this
"Generally, good, useful work,
whether of the hand or head, Is either
Ill-paid, or not paid at all. I don't
say it should be so, but It always Is
so. People, as a rule, only.pay for be
ing amused or being cheated, not for
being served. Flvo thousand a year
to your talker, and a shilling a day
to your fighter, digger, and thinker, is
the rulo. None of tho best headwork
in art, literature or science Is ever
paid for. How much do you think
Homer got for his Iliad or Dante for
his Paradise? Only bitter bread and
salt, and going up and down other
people's stairs. In Science, tho man
who discovered tbo tolescopo and first
saw heaven was paid with a dungeon;
tho man who Invented tbo microscope
and first saw earth died of starvation,
driven from his homo; It is indeed
very clear that God moans all thor
oughly good work and talk to bo dono
for nothing. Bafuch, tho scribe, did
not got a penny a lino for writing
Joromlah's second roll for him, I
fanoy; and St. Stephen did not get
bishop's pay for that long sermon of
his to tho Pharisees; nothing but
True, work earnestly and loyally
performed brings to a degree Its own
reward. Tho BweotnosB ot doing
something for either one's very own
or tho people out In tho great, busy
world Is real and heart-warming but,
ovon so, It doesn't satisfy any kind
of man or woman outside of tho ultra
saintly and excessively bumblo who,
by tho way, aro few andfar between.
Men and women of everyday life need
a tangible evldenco of gratitude
I It Is a Fact I
That our work is just what wo I
say it is "best possible."
Wo dont ask you to tako our
word for it provo it to your
Send us n trial bundle
when it is returned compared it
with any you may wish.
If it isn't what wo claim
don't pay for it I
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STONY RIDGE NEWS.
Jan. 21, 1913.
Revival services have been in
progress at the Methodist church of
this place during the past few weeks
under the direction of Rev. McNeely.
On last Friday evening a crowd of
tho Personal Workers from the Clark
street M. E. Church came out and
assisted in the meeting.
George Nollenberger of Curtis .vas
an over Sunday visitor of relatives at
Frank Snyder, who has been em
ployed in Cincinnati during the past
few months has returned home.
John Warns and family residing
near Walbridge will move into the
home recently vacated by Geo. Sny
der, in the near future.
Mrs. William Swartz south of here
is on the sick list.
Robert Smith residing near Luckey
who underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis at Toledo recently is re
ported to be rapidly on the way to
Linemen have been very busy in
this vicinity repairing the damaged
telephone lines caused by the recent
At a congregational meeting of the
members of the Lutheran church on
Monday, Fred Swartz was elected
Elder, and Chas. Zingg, Frank Swartz
and Louis Sherman were elected
When baby suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
way and It Is safe for children. 50c
a box at all stores.
And Let's Settle the
"We want the most healthful light.
"Yes and of course that's electric light.
"And we want the most beautiful light
"That's electric light too.
"And the safest light.
"Electric light is the only safe light.
"And the most convenient light.
"Well the most convenient things I know
are the telephone, telegraph, street cars,
push buttons and they are all electric.
"And we want the light that will be the
"Yes in the Jong run that, surely, is
v electric light.
f'In other words we want Edison
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Thero has been a great deal of gos
sip to tho effect that tho little Don
Jalmo, younger son of King Alfonso
ot Spain, Is physically and mentally
defective. A recent dispatch from
Mndrld announces that nlno phys
icians recently held a consultation
on his case and pronounco him per
fectly normal, though ho Is afflicted
with on affection of the ears which
has persisted slnco his birth. When
there is any shadow of basis for sen
sational statements concerning nom
bers of royalty, correspondents who
thrive on gossip are suro to mako tho 1
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vrctcnt. it was decided to call a mectinn of the stock
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