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TOM LATHAM THE RIGHT MAN
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Entered nt the Porrysburic PoatoITlco
a second-class mattor.
Ono dollar nor year If paid In ad
vance. Ono dollar and fifty cents It
Not paid In advance
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Pootry and
Resolutions of llespcct nro published ut
the rato of 6 cents per lino only. There
will bo no deviation from this rule.
TUB JOUIINAIj Is dated Thursday,
but tho paper goes to press every
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, In
ordor that It may reach Its readers In
various localities by Thursday morning.
I.oenl and Lonir Dlntmice l'lione Su. -1.
THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1916
.CIIAKLfiS EVANS HUGHES
of New York.
ClIAltLJES W. FA1K13ANKS
Kdltor Journal 1'lcasc announce that
I um n candlduto for nomination as
Hepresentutivo In Congress for the
Thirteenth district on the Republican
ticket, ut tho plrmary.
FJtANKMN P. ItlUOLK,
Bowling Oreen, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Veiteh
('lcbratcd tlie 'Itli with relatives in
South "Whilluy, Jiicl.
Would Make Aggressive Roprcsentn
.. tive for This District in Congress. ..
LOST Ladies Brooch with
diamond and pearl setting. Finder
please return to Journal office.
FOR SALE. I will sell my
home on the corner of Front and
LicustSts. with or without furni
ture, on reasonable terms.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cornelius !
entertained the following guests
As primary luy approaches, it bc-
rnmns unnnrpnt f.hnf fVin mnn frnm
Huron County clearly leads the Held ! Wm. Passcndall and family, of
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guests ol Mrs. Mary llnbbnrd of - . T). . . . .. . ... , .
true situation regardless of the emi-
To the llvpubllcan Voters of Wood County:
I um u caniliilnte for re-nomi tuition for
Prosecuting Attorney on the Kopublinm Ticket
ut the primaries in August.
Your support and inllucncc is earnestly
Yours very lcM'Cctfully,
KAltL K. SUUITIIElt.
To tho Republicans of Wood County:
I um u candlduto for Probate Judge
subject to your decision to bo made at
tho August primary ulcction. For
twonty-ilvo years 1 have lived in Wood
County and practised my profession In
the various courts, and all thu time
havo been a Republican Jly acquaint
ance with you leads me to believe that
1 can honestly ask for your support and
your votes, and 1 respectfully do so.
W. II. aic.UILI-.K.W
North Baltimore, O., April G, 1016.
I am a candidate for Probato Judge.
Pleaso Investigate my (luallllcatlons and
if they are found suitable 1 usk your
support. B. O. B1STLINK,
To tho Republicans of Wood County :
I um a candidate for tho I'rolmtc Judge sub
ject to your decision to be made lit the
Primaries, Ausust 8th, l'JIG. I have lived in
the County nearly all of my life. Sly reputa
tion is pretty well known to you nil. from
which you can judge as to my litncsi for the
olfice. Should you consider me worthy, I very
earnestly ask your support nt the primary.
I wish to aunouueo that I will be a
candidate for nomination to office of
Probate Judge foWood countv at the
Republican primary to be held in Aug.
CHAS. It. XEAKING.
TO THE REPUBLICANS OF WOOD
I wish to announce that I will bo a
candidate for tho nomination of Repre
sentative, subject to tho primary. Au
gust 8th, 1910. Any assistance and sup
port In my behalf will be appreciated.
W. V. LONG.
Having had over a year's experience in the
ollice I feel that I am better equipped now to
handle the business than I possibly could have
been in tho beginning. No man can learn the
business In less than a year. 1 ask your sup
port at the primaries August 8.
J. 1L WOLLAM.
To the Republican Voters of "Wood
County : I am a candidato for second
term for Commissioner, subject to de
cision of Republican Primaries, Aug
ust 8th. Your support and inlluence
will be appreciated.
Yours very truly,
JOHN II. H ANNA,
For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, nent fitness and respectability of other
candidates. 1 nomas w. Latham pos
sesses the requisite qualifications to
win in this District which is normally
Democratic by 1,500, and scores are
therefore Betting aboard the Latham
bnnd-wagon. It is not necessary to
write volumes in descriptive demon
stration of our candidate's ability and
integrity for his life's work here and
in adjoining counties is as open as a
book and presents a record of honest
and conscientious achievement. Un
aided and with strong hands he has
made his way in the world greeting
success with thankfulness, adversity
with cheerfulness and fortitude. Mr.
Latham possesses a mind of unusual
natural ability, a product of the ordi
nary public schools and whose "alma
mater" is the great book of human
innlv Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the
household remedy. Two sizes !25c and
50c at all dru;; stores. Adv.
Miss Genevieve Newconib of
.Monroe, Midi., was the week-end
guest of Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W. Ship
ley. Mr. Koy Spilker and family,
Mr. Olins. Frusher and family
were the Sunday guests of Chas.
Uritton and family.
Mrs. Chas. Britton of this
place and Mrs. Chas. Hall of To
ledo were the guests of Chas.
Krusher and family Friday..
Mr. and Mrs. llalstead Thorn
ton of Toledo 11 ro spending the
Fourth Avkh Mr. and Mrs. E.
Edward JIull'ord and wife and
Miss Kdna. of Dayton, are spend
ing the week with .John Cranker
FOR SALE Dining table
and chairs. Will sell cheap if
taken boon. Enquire Journal of
fice. FOR SALE lo-horse power
motor, indirect current. Splendid
condition, run only short time.
ELK SUPPLY CO., Pcrrysburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Oco. Kazmaier
entertained Mr. and Mrs. John
Seheider and daughter Vera. Mr.
and Mrs. Merlin Kazmaier of this
place, Mr. and Mrs. James V. Mar
tin of Bowling Green Sunday.
Mrs. I. N. Hatfield of Bluff
ton. Dr. Karl Hberly of Ft. Wayne,
Mr. Clarence Eberly, and Mr. Som
ers Eberly, of Toledo, were the
guests of Mr. F. C. Eberly and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwind.
Miss Kathryn and Margaret
Schwind, of Pemberville, motored
to Pcrrysburg Sunday and were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. AV111. Zingg, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Lintncr and daugh
ter Norma and son Roy, Mrs.
Amelia O'Brien, son Kenneth and
daughter Dorothy spent Sunday
with Geo. Seheider.
ROOMS FOR RENT Corner
Second and Main streets. Wa
ter and mis in house; cellar. In-
and family of Rossford.
quire, D. M. MORSE
I wish to announce that I will be a
candidato from Washington Township
for tho nomination for County Commis
sioner subject to tho Republican pri
mary. Any assistance and support in
my behalf will bo greatly appreciated.
C. O. CUMMINGS.
I desire to secure the Republican
nomination for tho oillce of County
Commissioner, and will appreciate
tho good will and support of the vo
ters. Every favor will be appre
THOMAS II. TINNEY.
Having a desire to be on the Party
Ticket, as a candidate for County
Commissioner at the November elec
tion. I respectfully solicit the con
sideration and support of the Repub
licans of Wood Connty at tho August
CHAS. T. EGGLESTON,
To tho Republican Voters of Wood
I solicit your suDDort for tho ofllce of
Bhorirt at tho Primaries to bo held on
August 8, 191C. I will appreciate what
ever you may bo able to do for me. If
nominated and elected 1 make no prom
ises other than a clean administration
and a sauaro deal to overyono.
J. B. SHOECItAFT,
Bowline Green, Ohio.
The railroad employees are con
sidering a proposed strike which
may tie up business throughout
the entire country. The railroad
companies propose that the pres
ent controversy be referred to the
Interstate Commerce Commission
at "Washington for settlement, and
this proposed solution has already
received the hearty endorsement
of business men throughout the
country, and it would seem to be
the only manner to bring about a
permanent settlement of the wage
problem, protecting the interests
of the employes, the employers
and the public, and the public
should be protected for in every
case it is the public that pays the
BENEFITTED BY CHAMBER
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness
and soreness of the knees, and can con
scientiously say that I never used any
thing that did me so much good."
Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers.
To Republicans of Wood County
1 am a candidate for tho Republican
nomination for sheriff of Wood coun
ty subject to the primaries August
8th and I shall greatly appreciate your
interest in my caudldacy and your sup.
port at the primaries.
MILO M. LYBARGER.
To the Republicans of Wood county :
I am a candidate for re-nomination for
Clerk of Courts on the Republican tick
et at the primaries 111 August.
Your inlluence and support will be
G. B. PULTON.
1 New Zealand's Great Glacier.
Tho Taaman, tho greatest glaclor in
New Zealand, lias an avorngo width ot
p,270 foot, though at its widest point
l Is somewhat moro than two miles
bcross. Tho Tasman Is olghtoon milos
a length. .
COME TO CENTRAL MINNESOTA
This country is adapted to diversi
fied farming, stock raising, dairying,
all classes of small grains, corn, clover,
timothy and other grasses, vegetables
and small fruit. Prices reasonable.
Wo also havo lands in Northern
Minnesota, and can furnish any size
tract desired. Low prices and easy
Benton County Real Estate Co.,
17j Sauk Rapids, Minnesota.
Editor Journal: You may announce
that I will bo a candidal for nomina
tion for a second term as Representa
tive in Congress from tho Thirteenth
district, at tho Democratic primary to
bo held in August noxt.
A. M. OVERMYER.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 23, 1916,
I announce that I will bo a can
didal 0 for I'robuto Judgo at tho Dem
ocratic Primary, August 8.
H. C. CORDREY,
l'ralrlo. Depot, Ohio,
nature in the field of experience. As a
campaigner in the field and on the
stump, Tom Latham stands in a class
of his own, he shoots straight and gen
erally hits the mark. Being known as
one of the largest individual owner
and dealer in farm lands in northern
Ohio makes his candidacy particularly
attractive to this line of American en
deavor, and whose representation in
the halls of Congress rests less than
five per cent of its membership. And
while a practical farmer, Mr. Latham
is not of the back-woods variety, that
never saw a steam engine, for he lives
in the open on high and cultivated
lands, intelligent, alert to the needs of
business and labor, be it the workman
nt the bench, banker or manufacturer.
We are frank to admit that our
candidate has had no special training
in the art of law-making, generally it
falls to the men of the law, but would
it not be well, at least, to have a few
layment assist in the examination of
the abstract. Mr. Latham has been a
Republican since 1885, except in that
memorable contest of 1912 when men
became divided, not upon party prin
ciple but upon method of party organ
ization. Mr. Latham and a majority
of the Republicans of the Thirteenth
District temporarily withdrew and
Bull Moosed. Quick to apprehend the
situation the following year he came
out strong for party unity and it is to
him that credit should be given for
party consolidation, for he was the
pioneer in the movement throughout
the state that brought factions to
gether, resulting in the election of that
militant Knight of Republicanism,
Warren G. Harding, by an overwhelm
ing majority, and as an act of appre
ciation the Republicans of his own
County in 1914 gave him the largest
vote for State Committeeman of any
Republican on the ticket, notwith
standing the Progressives did not vote,
and could not if they would; in fact
four Counties of the District, Erie,
Huron, Sandusky and Wood, gave him
543 votes over Mr. Ash, and 540 votes
over Benjamin James, These figures
are significant of Mr. Latham's popu
larity throughout thp District and
makes plain the reason why his name
is uppermost in the minds of the Re
publicans today "The Man Who Can
Win." A party united in Huron
County presents its argument in favor
of its candidate for Congress, patri
otic, with an ancestry distinguished in
coloninl history, to the time when the
Latham family of Connecticut, in tho
days of the American Rovolution stood
valiantly at Lexington and Fort Gris-
wold with flintlock in hand and fought
for the supreme rights of men, self
government, and American Independ
ence. Mr. Latham from his offices is
directing his campaign without tho'
blaro of trumpets and petty hirelings,
lie does not believe that tho pcoj Jc of
tke District desire that tho first year's
tmlury in Congress should bo appro
priated in seeking to obtain tho nomi
nation. It is not good business. In
conclusion tho Republicans of Huron
County respectfully invito ypur minds
to digest the qualifications' of ts can
didate, and to act as you think best in
tho premises, Political Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meistcr of
Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mla
denus and daughter Mildred were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Micheal Micster 0 f Webster
Miss Mildred will remain for week
with her grand parents.
All members with Clerk niul Mayor
(ieo. Illllebrniiil was employed as
Street Commissioner nt !?-"0 per
Three traffic seinlpbones were or
dered for Intersection of Main with
Kront anil Second street and Indiana
Ordnance to Issue .fit). 000 Refund
ing bonds was passed unanimously.
The fireworks was occasioned by
the proposed changing of sidewalk
line on -west side of I.oeust between
Front and Second streets. rlhe prn
Pmm1 new sidewalk on that street In
torfers with the shade trees and prop
erty owners desired the change ot
line, ami as similar requests have
heretofore been made for other
streets, there developed a strong op
position to establishing a new pre
cednt. Motion to change the line to
111 feet from property line was made
bv l.e.vdorf, M-conded by Winder.
Mayor' Koether declined to entertain
the' motion whereupon Mr. l.e.vdorf.
seconded by Wlt.ler, moved to ap
peal from Mayor's decision. The
Mayor- refused to preside and called
President Dlhliug 'to the chair, and
the motion was finally passed by the
following vote: Yea Howling, l.e.v
dorf. Thornton and Wlt.ler. Nays
I llbling and Nlederhouse.
Front street was ordered to havo
another oil bath.
Fred Wlt.ler was given permission
to improve alley from his factory to
Claim ordinance was passed with
amount of .'?1!!U!0.
This beautiful gravy ladle is a
piece Of wiia'yw-T-wi-wvm-r'
i WML JLyJLJLri A' JL 7
It has the two essen
tials of Sterling "style"
and durability. The
ornamentation 5s rich nnd deep; the finish either
bright, or the rich French gray, which sets off to
great ndvnntage the beauty of the deep-cut design.
More than triple-plated
and guaranteed for twenty-five years, vc offer
at slightly more than the price of ordinary plate,
J. DAVIS HARDWARE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Iiids will be received by the Board
of Education of the Pcrrysburg Village
School District in Wood County, Ohio,
on July M, 1910, for labor and ma
terial in the construction of a two
embraced in tho work hid for, each
must be separately stated in the bid,
with the price thereof.
Any contractor desiring a copy of
the plans and specifications for said
imnrnvnmnnfa pnn cdditcn cnwwt nf fta
and basement seven (7) room ! nv-hi font- bv rlmc!tn ionn ,:tu
Addition to the School house in 1 cni.l .irehitnet. whinli ilnnnait-! will l,o
the Village of Pcrrysburg, Ohio; also j returned to the bidder when the plans
for labor and material in the construc
tion of the plumbing in said addition,
and in tne present school building;
also for labor and material in the con
struction of a heating plant in said ad
dition and in the present school build
ing; all according to the plans and
specifications now on file in the ollice
of the Clerk of the Board of Educa
tion of said School District, in Pcrrys
burg, Ohio, and also on file in the of
fice of M. M. Stophlet, Architect, 008
Nasby. Building, Toledo, Ohio.
Tlie bids, duly sealed up, must be
filed with the Clerk of said Board of
Twelve o'clock Noon on July II, 1910,
and specifications are returned to the
The Board of Education reserves the
right to reject any or all bids, or part
of any or all bids.
Dated Pcrrysburg, Ohio, June 12, 191G.
By order of the Board of Education.
CHARLES II. VAN NORMAN,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to the neighbors and friends
who kindly assisted us during the sick
ness and death of our be oved husband
and father. Also to Rev. Deitz and
the singers and to those who expressed
their sympathy with beautiful tloral
Mrs. R. REIIZEL and family.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Building Commits of Zoar Lutheran
Church up to 2 o'clock p. m. Monday,
July 10, 1010, for furnishing material
and the erection of a church building,
nr-i-nffltno- In illu nl-inc nml ennrifir.i-
ami will he opened at the next meeting . tions now on file with R. F. Kazmaier,
of the Board. Each bid must contain , Pcrrysburg, Ohio, with whom all bids
the name of every person interested ' are to be filed. A certified check of
therein, and shall be accompanied by , $200.00 to accompany bid.
a sufficient guarantee from a disinter- Tlie Committee reserves the right to
estei person, that if the bid be ac- reject anv or all bids.
By order of the Building Committee
of Zoar Lutheran Church.
FRED GOEKE, Pros. Com.
R. F. Kazmaier, Sec'y.
cepted, a contract will be entered into,
and the performance of it properly se
cured. When both labor and materials are
To the Prospective Buyer of New
Kail and winter line is ready for
your inspection. Tlie line is com
plete in every way possible. Come
in and get first pick. Prices ac
cording to the quality.
MILTON MLADENUS ,
Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner
Cleaning, Pressing1 and Repairing
hj gsp lp C-
206 Main St.
Tailor Shop Main 25G
Residence Red 102
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The Board of Education of Pcrrys
burg Village School District will re
ceive bids for the conveyance of school
children to and from the school build
ing for the ensuing school term.
Bids to be based on the trip or the
entire school term of nine months.
Bids will be opened Friday evening,
July 21, 191G.
C. H. VAN NORMAN.
BIDS TO FURNISH COAL":
The Board of Education of Pcrrys
burg Village School District will re
ceive bids for 125 tons, more or less.
Domestic Lump Coal, to be delivered
in the school building basement
Bids to be opened Friday evening,
July 21, 191C.
C. H. VAN NORMAN,
Why Neponset Shingles Make a Good Roof
They give you a spark- and weather-proof covering over all the
roof. As many a single-ply roof of this material is in perfect condition
after 12 to IS years' exposure, you can judge for yourself as to its
durability when in a roof of several layers-
'are handsome (soft gray or red). They can't rust, decay, warp nor
rattle. They cost less and weigh less than slate or tile, are more
satisfactory than the best grade of wooden shingles and, being double
width, cost less to lay.
Let us show you samples and give prices
THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO.
E. L. CLAY, Manager
NOTICK OV SAI.K OF JIl'Mt'll'.tl,
NotlCl! Ih lioriibv L-Ivi.n thnl tin. f'.uiM
ell ot tliti Villain nf (urrytibiirtf in
Wuod County, Ohio, will offer for salo
on Tucsiluy, AURUst 1, ID 10, at 7:3U .
o'clock T M at tho Council Chamber '
of nalil Village, tho bonds of said VII- '
Inge In tho sum of ?10, 000.00. Salil
Issue consists of 20 bonds of the do
nomination of J500.00 each, numbered
consecutively from 1 to 20 Inclusive,
dated AUKiist 1, 1910, duo and payable
on AiiKiiHt 1, 1U30, and bear Interest at
the rate of live per cent, pur annum,
payable Hcml-aniiually, to be evidenced
by coupons attached to said bonds, both
principal and Interest payable nt the
offlco of tho Treasurer of said VIIIuko In
I'erryshurK, Ohio. I
Said bonds aro istiued for tho purpose I
of extending tho time of payment of mi '
indebtedness of Maid Village In a lllcu '
amount which, from Its limits of taxa- '
tlon unld village Is unablo to pay at
maturity, under authority of .Section
U)l! of the Clenerul Code of Ohio, ami ,
aro Kfiiurnl obligations of suld muni- '
elpallty. Didders nro requested to lllo
sealed bids for said bonds with tho
undersigned on or beforo the date of ,
salo. Jllds must bo unconditional, and
each blddor must lllo with his bid as a
guarnnteo of good faith a certified
cheek on a bniilc doing n regular bank- '
lug business In Wood County, Ohio, pay
able to tho Treasurer of said Village
for an amount not less than throe per
cont of tho par value of the bonds bid
for. The right to reJeot any or all bl'da
Perrysburt", O., July 8. 1016.
40H.N W. LYONS, !
30d Village CJarU.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
308,213 Ford cars were sold last year. "The Universal
Car." Your necessity. They serve everybody, please
everybody, save money for everybody by reliable service,
economical operation and maintenance. Why experiment?
Watch the Fords go by! Talk with the owners of Ford
cars. Investigate for yourself. Prices lower than ever.
Runabout $390 ; Touring Car $440 ; Town Car $640, f . o. b.f
Detroit. Why pay more? On sale at
WM. SCHLECT, Perryaburg, O.
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