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THE PERFlYSSURG JOURNAL
. W 0V 3
EDWARD C. TURNER
JOHN H. ARNOLD
Children Cry for Fletcher's
FRED E. FARMER,
Mr. Fred E. Farmer nt present is
at the head of the men's clothing de
partment of the A. Froney & Com
pany department store, in this city.
In this capacity he has become ac-
ouainted with many citizens of Wood
county. H s congen m. disposition lias
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won him many personal friends who
are now supporting mm as me jjcmo-
cratic candidate lor county auuuor. ,
The good people of Bowling Green
elected Mr. Farmer to serve as their
councilman-at-large. lie is now serv
ing in that capacity. As a candidate
ho solicits your support at the polls on
November 3rd, and if elected promises
to give the taxpayers his entire time.
Coming into this county, an entire
stranger to everyone, some years ago,
Mr. Farmer, without the aid of rela
tives or influential friends to "boost"
him, but by strict attention to busi-
made himself known, and now occu-1
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pies a very reSpons.r.u ,,.,.. .
A. rroney ol jO. nis jjuraonaui-y unu
influence has been felt by all those '
who have come in contact with him.
ON THE NON-PARTISAN
JUDICIAL BALLOT VOTE
For Judge of the Court ol!
of Bryan, Ohio.
Two Judges of the Court of Ap
peals are. to be elected this year,
one foe the full term and one for
the unexpired term caused by the
resignation of Judge Chittenden
to be a candidate for mayor of
The custom has been to select
one of the Judges of this court
from Toledo, one from the east
end, audi one from the west end of
the district) The east end has a
All of the candidates for the
full term and the other candidate
for the -unexpired term -live in To-1 Uudge Matthias has been judge of the
ledo. ' Mr. Newcomer is the only common pleas court nearly ten years,
candidate outside of Lucas nnd has achieved a record seldom
County. Let us he fair and elect equaled in this great court of the peo
one Judge from Lucas County and P'- This fact is attested by the action
-!--. wr- w.. f .willin of tho attorneys of nine nprthwestern
C1CUU .MAX AlOVYUUlUWl V W j.w.m
Moving Mark for-Soldiers.
It Is likely that in Germany a por
tion of tho soldiers' rifle rango work
hereafter will bo done with moving laWi prior to his election to the com
figures for targets. A test of tho now naon peaB bench in 1904, ho had been
contrivance at tho Doeberitz rango twice elected city solicitor of Van
gave good results, and the emperor, -vert. During the Spanish-American
who witnessed tho tests and himself war no Bel-vcd with credit as captain
flred a number of shots, .was pleased jn the Second Ohio Infantry. Every
with tho Innovation. 'duty that has come to him hns been
Long rpllurof paper aro unwound discharged with promptness, ability
jpaat a gtyen point and on them appear smj fidelity. In ono of tho first cases
lln outllno. marching soldlors, cavalry- uef0ro him Judge Matthias clearly
,men, artillery in full gallop, cyclo demonstrated his independence of
troops nnd other moving objects. Tho thought and action, for which ho has
Instant a bullet- strikes tho paper tho become widely known, when ho hold
spot of Impact is brilliantly lighted that officers and directors of corpora
and tho movement of tho contrivance tlonB aro trusteos for tho members,
la nrrostod for nearly a second, giving an,i, jf lacking in caro and diligence
an opportunity-to aeo tho full effect of jn tho discharge of tho trust, aro ac
tho ahot. . countablo to those who suffer loss.
It la beliovod that tho invention Tho candidacy of Judgo Matthias for
will not only Improve tho soldiers' tho supremo bench should have the
imarksmanahip, but -will also prove val- approbation and support of all who
uablo In training them to aim and flro regard faithful service tho tost of fit
rapidly. oss for positions of public trust.
Ropubllcan Candidate tor Attorney
EDWARD C. TURNER, Ropubllchn
nominee for attorney general, is
at present prosecuting attorney of
Franklin county. He is 42 years
of age and a graduate of Ohio State
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LL.M. He s a 32 degreo Mason, a
n 0fld anJ an E,fc
He h nmrrled nld ,mB a famlly. He's
a quiet looking little fellow, with the
determined chin of a man who doesn't
make much notso but who never lets
When his first term as prosecutor
of Franklin county had rolled by, three
state senators were languishing behind
the bars of the state penitentiary, and
members of tho lower house of the
general assembly, and two lobbyists
'had paid into the state coffers lines
levied against them for their legisla
tive activities. In his campaign for
re-election Turner faced the people on
his record, and when the votes were
counted It wis found that while Gov
ernor Cos had carried the county
proseoutm. Turnep nad ueen e,ecte(i
on the Republican ticket by
vnt.es the other way. He led
During his term of office Prosecutoi
Turner established the r.-ecedent ol
compelling the county treasurer tc
collect delinquent taxes instead ol
farming the job out to private citizen?
on a percentage basis. In his work
as prosecutor he has collected nearly
$200,000 for the county from unpaid
costs and other Items that have been
considered heretofore "dead wood.'
When he took office, tho civil and
criminal docket of his olllce was aboul
300 cases behind, but now it stands
up to the scratch
JUDGE E. S. MAHTTIAS
Republican Candidate for Judge of the
UDGE EDWARD S. MATTHIAS
of Van Wert is one of the nomi
nees in the Republican primary
for judge of the supreme court.
Tboucb but fortv-one years of ace
Ohio counties unanimously commend
Jng his services and endorsing bis can
didacy for tho supreme bench. Judge
Matthias taught school and attended
college alternately until he graduated
from the Ohio Northern University
an( a,er entered upon tho practice of
Republican Candidate for Lieutenant
OHN H. ARNOLD was born at
Frecport, Armstrong county, Ponn
sylvanla,xDecember 11, 18G2. His
ancestors were Scotch-Irish and
Pennsylvania Dutqh, who, on the
Dutch side settled there when Pitts
burg was Fort Pitt, and on the
father's side from tho Douglas clan.
Scotland. They were Presbyterians,
Ho secured his education In the public
Schools of Pittsburg and Western
Pennsylvania and a Freeport Acad
emy. After leaving school he followed
lumbering in Western Maryland for
several years, then came to Columbus,
Ohio, October 1, 1SS3, with his mother,
U'hprn he cHll rncirlnta
While employed in the Pennsylvania
shops at Columbus, Ohio, he took ..up'
the study of law in the office of Henry
F. Guerln, one of the prominent attor-
neys in the city, who is now a candi-
date for common pleas judge in Frank
(Mr. Arnold Is progressive, capable,
fearless, a loyal friend, and nffablu
and likeable. He is a strong advocate
of representative government, opposed
at all times to centralbatlon of power
In an executive officer, believing that
sooner 'or later It would lead to a
monarchy and the destruction of
He Is an ardent good roads man. In
1891, he, and others of the League of
,American Wheelmen, spent much time
and money advertising good roads.
Mr. Arnold has always taken an
active part In Republican principles I
and two years ago ran as national
delegate for Senator LaFolIette in tho
12th district. When defeated, he con
tinued to stand loyally by the Repub
Mr. Arnold was married In August,
1904, to Eleanor Moore, an Ohio girl,
and they live in Columbus.
JUDGE THOMAS S. JONES
Republican Candidate for Judge of the
UDGE THOMAS A. JONES of Jack
son, Ohio, one of the Republican
nominees for supreme court judge,
Is a Judgo of tho court of appeals
In tho fourth appellate district, com
posed of fifteen counties in southeast
ern Ohio. He has served longer on
this appellate bench than any of its
Judges oxcopt one and is well quali
fied by training and experience for a
service on our suprmo bench.
After seventeen years of law prac
tice ho was elected to tho circuit court
In 1900; he was re-elected in 1900; and
was again re-elected in 1912 to tho
court of appeals on tho non-partisan
ballot. That his qualifications and
service merited tho approval of his
constituency in the fifteen counties of
his district Is shown by tho result of
that olection. Although tho Democra
tic gubernatorial candidate carried his
district by about 8,000 plurality, Judge
Jones carried it by nearly 7,000.
In 1911, Judgo Jones was tho ch!6t
justice of the circuit courts of Ohio.
Ho is 55 years of ago and a graduate
of tho Ohio University, which has con
ferred upon him tho degreo of bachelor
and" master of arts.
"On tho bench, Judge Jones brought
to- tho discharge of his official duties,
a thorough knowledge of law and'
equity, a strong passion for justice, a
rigid integrity and hard common sense,
which has mado his judicial adminis
tration in this circuit court district
a signal success, and which brought
him almost a unanimous re-election."
MAYOR G. B. FULTON
For Clerk of Courts.
Republican candidate from Hen
ry township in south part of
count v. '
Elected last fall for the third
time as Mayor of North Baltimore.
lias been secretary oL the Build
ing & Loan Association of North
Baltimore lor several years.
He is a successful business man
of Wood county, and a taxpayer.
He has the clerical experience
needed for a competent Clerk of
Mr. Fulton -will appreciate the
influence and support of tile voters
0f "Wood countv. Adv.
For Judge of the Court of Ap
peals for the Bull Term,
JAMES HARRINGTON BOYD
For the Counties of Williams, Ful
ton, Wood, Lucas, Ottawa, Srie,
Sandusky and Huron.
A member of The Toledo Bar
and The American Bar Associa
tion, to which he was a delegate
from Ohio in 190G".
Author of the Ohio Workmen's
Compensation Act. -Author
of the pioneer and stan
dard two-volume work on the Law
of Workmen's Compensation Act.
Was appointed by W. J. Bryan
on the recommendation of W. B.
AVilson, Secretary of Labor of
United States, a member of the
Organization Committee o-the In
ternational Congress of Social In
surance, to be held in Washington
1915, called by President Wilson.
Was advisor of the Government
of Ontario, Pennsylvania, United
States, and others in drafting
their Compensation Acts.
A contributor of national repu
tation to Law Journals (Michi
gan and Yale LawJournals). Adv.
NOT1CI3 OF SAr.13 OP 1IONDS.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
undersigned at his olllce In Perryabure:,
Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon on Monday,
November 30, 1914, for tho purchase of
forty bonds of said Village of Perrys
bui'K of tho denomination of G00.00
each, atjKreKatlns 20,00(T,00, dated No
vember 1, 1914, payable
$1,000.00 on August 1, 1010
$1,000.00 on August 1, 1917
$1,000.00 on August 1, 1918
$1,B00.00 on August 1, 1919
$1,500.00 on August 1, 1920
$1,600.00 on August 1, 1921
$2,000.00 on August 1, 1922
$2,000.00 on August 1, 1923
$2,000.00 on August 1, 1924
$0,000.00 on August 1, 1925
annd bearing Interest at tho rato of six
per cent per annum, payable on August
1, 1915, and semi-annually, thereafter,
Issued In anticipation of special assess
mnnts to nay the estimated cost and cx-
penso of the Improvement of Louisiana
Avenue from Indiana Avenue to Grassy
Creole In said Village, under authority
of Sections 3821 and 3914 of tho General
Code of Ohio. Salds bonds will bo sold
to tho highest and best bidder for not
less than par and accrued lntorest to
tho tlmo of delivery. Each bidder must
lllo with Ills bid a certified check on
one of tho banks located in said Village
for a sum not less than thrqo per cent,
of the par value of tho bonds bid for,
payable to tlio order of tho Treasurer
of said Village without condnitlon: to
gether with an agreement in writing
that If hu Ib tho successful bidder for
said bonds ho will recolvo and pay for
same on or boforo llvo days after tho
acceptance of his bid by tho Council, or
rnrfnit his said cliock to said Village
as liquidated damages for his default.
Tho Village reserves tho right to reject
any and ull bids, Envelopes containing
bids Bhould bo endorsed "Bid for
Bonds," and should bo addressed to tho
undersigned at I'ergjg.urpr.OIglo
30d VUlago Cleric
Dated October 27, 1914.
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ana ims uccn mauo under Ins pcr-ffl'A-J1-
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f-C&ccSicAtt Allow no ono to deceive von in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-ns-gooil " aro hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health oC
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Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels,
assimilates the, Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
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OltniXAXCE No. 303
An ordinance providing for tho plant
ing, cutting, or removing of trees in
tho Village of Perrysburg, Ohio.
Bo it ordained by tho Council of the
Village of Perrysburg. State of Ohio:
Section 1. No person shall, without
the written pormit of tho Street Com
mittee, plant, cut, break, climb, Injure
or remove or procure the cutting,
breaking, climbing, injuring or remov
ing of any trees in a public street, ave
nue or highway, nor shall such person
injure, misuse or remove, or procure
the injuring, misusing or removing of
any device placed to protect such tree
Sec. 2. No person shall tlo a horse
or any other animal to a tree in a
public highway, street or avenue In
said Village, nor allow a horse or other
animal to stand so that such horso or
animal, or vehicle, can Injure such tree
Ren a Nn nnrsnn or cornoratlon
shall, without the written pormit of tho
Street Committee, attach or keep at
tached to a tree In any public street,
avenue or highway, or to the guard or
stake intended lor mo protection oi
such tree, a rope, wire, sign or any
Sec. 4. Every person or cprporation
having an electrically charged wire, or
any other wire, running through or
over a public street, avenue or high
way, shall securely fasten such wire so
that It will not como In contact with
any trees therein.
Sec, 5. No person or corporation
shall, without tho written permit of
tho Street Committee, place or string,
or cause to bo placed or strung, a wire
or wires, for tho uso of conducting
telegraphic, or telephonic messages, or
electric current for power or lighting
or hereafter maintain tho same In such
a position that said wire or wires shall,
or may, como' In contact with a shade
tree, or trees, located upon tho streets,
avenues, highways or lanes.
Sec. G. No person or corporation
Bhall prevent, delay or Interfere with
tho Streot Committee, or its employes,
In tlin nlnntlnir. nrunlnrr.
mmnvlnir of nnv treo or tree sin a nub
lie streot, avenuo or highway, oV In tho
removing or any treo or irees in a puu
itanco about tho trunk of a tree, nor
shall any person or corporation pro
cure such prevention, delay-or Interfer
ence. Sec. 7. Tho street committoo snail
have tho powor to condemn any treo or
troes located upon tho public streets,
avenues or highways, that aro deud or
Hpc. 8. No norson or cornoratlon
shall, without obtaining a written per
mit from the Streot Committee, and
complying with tho conditions sot
forth In such permit, plnnt or set out
any shade treo or trees In or oh any
public streot, avenuo or highway.
Sec. 9. Any person or corporation
violating any of tho provisions of this
Ordinance shall bo doomed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall bo lined In any um not
exceeding $50.00 or Imprisonment not
to exceed 10 days or both,
Knr. 10 All Ordinances Inconsistent
with this Ordlnanco aro nnd the samo
aro lioroby repealed,
Bee. 11. This Ordlnnnco shall tako
effoct and ho in forco on und after 10
days after tho first publication thereof.
Passed October 14th. 1914,
Attest; JNO. W. LYONS,
3Bb CHRIH FINKBBINEtt, Mayor.
Bought, nnd which litis hecn.
lias uornotno sigrnatnro or
OltniXAXCC No. 301
All ordinance providing for the issu
ance of bonds of tho Village of Perrys
burg. Ohio, in tho sum of $20,000.00, to
pay the estimated cost and expense of
the improvement of Louisiana Avenuo
from Indiana Avenuo to Grassy Creek
In said Village.
WHEREAS, Tho estimated cost and
expense of tho improvement of Louis
iana Avenuo from Indiana Avenuo to
Glassy Creek In the Village of Perrys
burg, Ohio, Is $20,000.00, of which
amount $3,500.00 Is the VUlago part. and
the balance thereof to be paid by spe
cial assessments levied and assessed
upon benefited property; and,
WHEREAS, It Is deemed necessary
by tho, Council of said Village to issuo
uonds in anticipation of tho collection
of said special assessments for the. pur
pose of paying such estimated cost and
expense; now theioio.-o.
Bo It Ordained b;. ihu Council of tho
Village of Perrysburg, State of Ohio,
Section 1. That for tho purposo of
paying' the estimated cost and expense
of tlie improvement of Louisiana Ave
nue from Indiana Avenuo to Glassy
Creek in said Village thoi e be Unued
the bonds of said Village in the sum
of $20,000.00 In anticipation of special
Sec. 2. Said issuo shall consist of
40 bonds of tho denomination of
$500.00 each, numbered consecutively
from 1 to 10 inclusive, dated Novembor
1, 1914, and due and payable:
$1,000.00 on August 1, 1910
Il.OUOOiJ on Auirust 1. 1917
$1,500.00 on August 1, 1918
$1,500.00 on August 1, 1919
$1,500.00 on August 1, 1920
$1.61)0 Oil on August 1, 1921
$2,000.00 on August 1,- 1922 , '
$2,000.00 on August 1, 1923
$2,000,00 on August 1, 1924
$,000.00 on August 1, 1925
The village par;t of thu cost and ex
pense of siiid. improvement shall bo
evidenced by seven of said bonds, num
bered consecutively from 34 to -io in
clusive, maiming on August 1, 1025.
Soc. 3. Said bonds shall bear Inter
est at the rate of six per cent per an
num, payable on August 1, 1916, and
semi-annually thereafter on February
1 and August 1 in each year, and tha
several Installments of Interest shall
bo ovldenced by coupons attached to
said bonds, and both principal and in
terest shall bo payable at tho olllco of
tho treasuror of said VUlago In Perrys
Sec. 4. Said bonds shall bo signed by
tho Mayor and Clerk oi said Village,
nnd said Interest coupons ahull bear a
fac-slmllo of tho signature of said
Sec. C. Tho Mayor and Clerk aro
hereby autnorizeu nnu directed to exo-
cute said bonds, therein pledging tho
faith, credit, rovenuo and property 'of.,
ino vinugu jur wio payment tnereor at
maturity, and tho proceeds of tho'amo
when they shall havo been disposed of
shall bo applied under tho direction of
the council in paying the co3t and ox-,
penso of tho Improvement of Louisiana
Avenuo from Indiana AVenuo to Grassy ,
Creek In said Village. , ,
Sec. 0, Thorp Bhall bo lovlcd and ol- .
lected annually by taxation during tho
term of said bonds an amount 8Uillcent
In addition to such special assessments
to pay the Interest on Bald .bonds as It
accrues, and to provide a sinking-fund
for their dual redemption at maturity,
Sec. 7. This Ordlnanco Is hereby de
clared to bo an emergency measure, ".
and tho sama shall tako offect and bo,
In forco from nnd after tho oxplratlon
of ton days after tho first publication
Passed Oct,qbor.W. 1914,
Attest! JOHN W. LYONS, Clork.
84b, CHRIS, JTINKBRINHtt, Mayor,