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Local and I-onc Dln(nuce Phone No. 21.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1916
CIIAELES EVANS HUGHES
of New York.
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS
Editor Journal Plcaso announce that
I am a candidate for nomination as
Representative In Congress for tho
Thirteenth district on tho Republican
ticket, at tho plrmary.
FRANKLIN P. RlddLD,
. Rowling Green, Ohio.
To tho Republican Voters of Wood County:
I am a candidate for rc-nomlnntion for
Prosecuting Attorney on the Republican Ticket
at the primaries in August.
Your support and inllucncc h earnestly
Yours very respectfully,
RAUL, K. SULETRER.
To tho Republicans of Wood County:
I am a candidate for Probate .Judgo
subject to your decision to bo made at
tho August primary election. For
twenty-Ilvo years 1 havo lived in Wood
County and practised my profession In
tho various courts, and all tho time
havo been a Republican Jly accjuaint
anco with you leads mo to believe that
I can honestly ask for your support and
your votes, and I respectfully do so.
W. II. JIc.MlLL.13N.
North Baltimore, O., April G, 131C.
I am a candldato for Probate Judge.
Please Investigate my qualifications and
If they aro found suitable I ask your
support. B. O. BISTL1NE,
To tho Republicans of Wood County:
I am a candldato for the Probate Judge sub
ject to your decision to be made at tho
Primaries, Aucust 8th, 1310. I hao lived in
the County nearly all of my life. My reputa
tion is pretty well known to you all, from
which you can judge as to my litncst for the
office. Should you consider me worthy, I very
earnestly ask your support at the primary.
I wish to aunouueo that I will bo u
candidate for nomination to office of
Probate Judge foWood county at the
Republican primary to be held in Aug
CHAS. R. NEARING.
TO THE REPUBLICANS OF WOOD
I -wish to announce that I will be a
candldato for tho nomination of Repre
sentative, subject to tho primary, Au
gust 8th, 1916. Any assistance and sup
port In my behalf will bo appreciated.
W. W. LONG.
Raving had over a year's experience in the
ollica I feci that I am better equipped now to
handla the business than I possibly could hac
been in the beginning. Mo man can learn the
business in less than a year. I ask your sup
port at the primaries August 8.
J. H. WOLLAM.
To the Republican Voters of "Wood
County: I am a candidate for second
term for Commissioner, subject to de
cision of Republican Primaries, Aug
ust 8th. Your support and iulluence
vrill be appreciated.
Yours Tory truly.
JOHN H. BANNA,
I wish to announce that I will be a
candidate 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 olllce of County
Commissioner, and will appreciate
the good will and support of the vo
ters. Every favor will be appre
ciated. THOMAS H. 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 the August
CHAS. T. EQGLESTON,
To the Republican Voters of Wood
I solicit your support for the odlce of
Sheriff at tho Primaries to bo held on
August 8, 1316. I will appreciate what
ever you may bo able 'to do for me. If
nominated and elected I mako no prom
ises other than a clean administration
and a square deal to everyone.
J. B. SHOECRAFT,
Bowling Green, Ohio.
- To Republicans of Wood County
1 am a candidate for tho Republican
nomination for sheriff of Wood coun
ty subject to tho primaries August
8th and I shall greatly appreciate your
interest in my candidacy and yoursup
port at the primaries.
MILO M. LYJiARQER.
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 in August.
Your influence and support will be
G. B. PULTON.
To Republicans of Wood County:
I will bo a candidate or renomi
nation for Treasurer of Wood county,
subject to tho primaries to bo hold
August 8th and will appreciate your
CHARLES A. PATTERSON.
To the republican voters of Wood
County :-I wish to announce that I
will bo a candidate for tho ofllco of
County Recorder, subject to tho pri
mary, Aug, 8th 1010.
WE APPRECIATE FAVORS.
Our subscribers and others will
please accept our thanks for
favors extended, in the giving of
local news items to tho Home News
reporter who calls tho telephone
patrons each week. Sometimes n
substituto reporter does tho work
and sometimes items don't appear
just as they should. But mistakes
are possible everywhere' and we
aro only human beings and not
infallible. Our intention is to '
serve everybody the best wu can, '
but the work is trying and far
more difficult than many suppose,
hence, it! we are not always cor
rect, we crave indulgence.
PASSING OF M. A. TROW
BRIDGE. The following is taken from a
Saginaw paper, and refers to a
former resident of Perrysburg,
who Jiad many friends here who
regret his departure :
At 2:U0 Sunday morning, after an
illness of over nine,, weeks from
Brights's disease, death came to Mor
timer A. Trowbridge at his home, lol
Sheridan avenue. Mr. Trowbridge
was born in Pike, Allegheny county,
New York, Jan. 18, 1831, and was
married to Miss Lovina Curr in Tully,
N. Y., Dec. 30, 1858. He is survived
by his widow, Mrs. Hamilton Watson
of Saginaw, Mrs. Henry Chandler of
Mesa, Ariz., and Miss Melba, living at
home. Mr. Trowbridge was for years
engaged in the manufacturing busi
ness in Toledo, removing thence to
Freeland, and retired from active life
about 14 years ago. About 18 months
ago he went to Los Angeles, returning
a few weeks ago. He had resided in
Saginaw county about 27 years.
Mr. Trowbridge was a member of
the Warren Avenue Presbyterian
church and for 27 years was one of
its elders. He was known to all his
friends as a conscientious Christian,
of unselfish disposition and possessing
characteristics that won for him the
esteem of a wide circle of friends.
The respect and confidence with which
he was held in the church is shown by
the fact that he represented the organ
ization three times as commissioner in
the general assembly.
Fraternally Mr. Trowbridge was a
member of Toledo lodge of Masons,
Fort Meigs chapter, No. 59, R. A. M.,
and Toledo commandery, No. 7, K. T.
Tho funeral will take place at -1
o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the
family home, Rev. J. A. Dunkel offi
ciating. Burial in Forest Lawn.
DEATH OF MR. C. R. COM
STOCK. "Word was received on Monday
from Mt. Clemens, Mich., announc
ing tho death of Mr. Clem R. Com
stoek, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Win.
Comstock, of Perrysburg.
Mr. Comstock was making a few
weeks' visit at Mt. Clemens, and
was overcome by the intense heat
on Sunday, and his death resulted
from heart failure early Monday
The body was brought to the
homo of his parents in Perrysburg
on Tuesday, and the funeral serv
ices were held at 10 a. m. Wednes
day, conducted by Rev. Dr. Pheley.
Deceased was 39 years of age
and had many friends who regret
TO ICE CONSUMERS.
Patrons of this company will
take notice that after August 1st
all ice tickets will be increased 50c
per book. Patrons will be able to
make their ice last longer by wrap
ping it in newspapers.
Maumee-Perrysburg Ice Co.
E. A. Eckenrode, Mgr.
To Republicans: I am a candidate
for tho nomination for Sheriff, subject
to your decision August 8th. I was
born in Wood county, havo lived here
always and have been a Republican
since my majority.
CHAS. S. DAVIDSON,
I wisli to announce that I will bo a
candidate for nomination to the olllce
of Auditor of Wood County subject to
Republican Primaries August 8th 11)10,
Your support will be appreciated.
It. S. GILLESPIE.
Editor Journal: You may announce
that I will bo a candldato for nomina
tion for a second term as Representa
tive in Congress from tho Thirteenth
district, at the Democratic primary to
bo held in August next.
A. M. OVERMYER.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 23, 191G.
I announce that I will bo a can
didate for Probato Judgo at tho Dem
ocratic Primary, AugUHt 8.
H, C. CORDREY,
Prolrlo Depot, Ohio,
TIM MJKRYBBURQ JOUKHAE
fir I" ' - T, II I Ii iiii .Muni. Mill
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As my duties on the Board of
County Commissioners make it im
possible for mo to visit all parts of
the county, I take this method of
asking to bo remembered at the
polls on Tuesday next and will
greatly appreciate your endorse
ment by a rcnomination for a sec
ond term as County Commissioner.
I have endeavored to do my du
ty as a Commissioner and will be
duly thankful for a re-nomination.
iMrs. Wm. Adamsou spent last
Friday in Toledo with her daugh
ter. -Airs. Wm. Bishop.
FOR SALE Cow. fresh two
mouths ago. MRS. GEORGE
BROSSlA. Bates road. 24b
Mis. "Wm. Mo-er is entertain
ing her eouin. Miss Mildred
Thompson, of Des. Moines, la., this
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mandell
and sons Ralph and Howard and
the Misses Lulu and Edna Pfister
motored to Cedar Point Sunday.
Guests at the E. S. De Yerna
home Sunday were the Misses
Martha and Ella McKee of Haskins
and Mr. Marshall Bennington of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kazmaier
and family of Maumee and Messrs.
m. Neulerhouse and Harry Tay
lor were Sunday guests at the
Frank Neiderhouse farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Casey
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
G. Ranker, Mrs. Casey remaining
over the fore part of the week for
a visit with friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Roe enter
tained on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
"Wm. Bui-do and daughters, Eliza
beth and Carrie, Mr. and Mrs.
Chris. Kindervater and Mrs. Edw.
Bench and son John.
For Probate Judge W. H.
McMillan, of Henry township. Give
mm your voie on august tn.
Mrs. Geo. Leatherer, Mrs. II.
S. Sprang and Rev. II. Brenneman
attended the Evangelistic meeting
at Tiffin, O., Monday evening, con
ducted by Mr. Willard George of
Toledo and Harry Sprang of this
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Durrant
have concluded their visit with
their sister, Mrs. L. J. Porter, and
have returned to their home at
Newton, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Jeffries and son of Toledo were
Mr. and Mrs. Porter's guests on
The annual Sunday School
picnic of the Evangelical church
will take, place Friday," August 4,
at Ft. -Meigs and will leave the
church at 9:110 prompt in convey
ances furnished by tho Sunday
School. All church members are
invited to attend. C. C. Leydorf.'
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder
had as Sunday guests the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thayer
and family, Mr.and Mrs. Thayer,
Mr. II. C. Thayer and the Misses
Mahle and Helen Holland, Ora
Varnewegen and Gladys Emery of
Toledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Schram and family of Ilobart.
Miss Helen Holland wns a week
end guest at the Snyder home.
When you havo a bilious attack your
liver fails to perform its f uctions. You
become constipated. Tho food you eat
ferments in your stomach instead of
digesting. This inflames tho stomach
and causes nausea, vomiting and a ter
rible headache. Tako Chamberlain's
Tablets. They will tono up your liver,
clean out your stomach and you will
soon bo as woll as over. Thov only
jcofit a quarter, Fpr sajo by all dpajfira,,
We Will Close Out Our Entire Stock of
On Saturday last while Vincent
Wilson son of J. H. Wilson was
attempting to oil a machine at the
Perrysburg Tile and Brick ..yard,
while it was running, his right arm
was caught in a belt in such a man
ner as to burn the skin off from the
wrist to the elbow. The injury is
painful but not necessarily danger
ous. Dr. Rhcinfrank gave professional
DESERVES SECOND TERM
There is no doubt about Hannah's
ability and splended service during
the past two years as County Com
missioner, and he is entitled to a
second term as a compliment for
faUhful service performed.
BAD TO HAVE A COLD HANG ON
Don't let your cold hang on, rack
your system and become chronic when
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will help
you. It heals the inflammation,
soothes the cough and loosens the
phelgm. You breathe easier at once.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is a laxa
tive Tar Syrup, the pine tar balsam
heals the raw snots, loosens the mu
cous and prevents irritation of the
bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle of
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey today, it's
guaranteed to help you. At druggists.
Mr. Norman L. Hanson of
Toledo was a Perrysburg caller
. Miss Carrie Goodman and lit
tle Gretchen Hill of Bowling Green
went to Detroit Monday.
Miss Margaret Walsh visited
her sister, Mrs. Geo. Grant in Cyg
net the first of the week.
Mr. U. E. Hewitt, wife and
daughter Mary Jane went to De
troit Saturday on the boat.
The Misses Sadie, Gladys and
Cecile King of Findlay are visiting
Miss Gladys Thurlby, this week.
Miss Gladys Ingram returned
home after four weeks visit with
her cousin Mary Cassini of Find
lay. Mr. W. J. O'Hara and wife
motered from Detroit Saturday.
They stopped over with G. W.
Mrs. Wm. Biebesheimer and
children. of Toledo are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R
Don't forget the grand Band
Concert Saturday evening. Music
free-and penty of Ice Cream and
Cake for 10c.
Mrs. Geo. Berger and son of
E. Toledo were guests the latter
part of the week of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Spilker.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cassini and
daughter Mary of Findlay are vis
iting at thchome of their brother
Mr. Lou Ingram. They expect to
make their home in Perrysburg
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Clay
had as guests the lattcrs parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Wahl and
Mrs. Geo. Otto, Miss Mae McGraw
and little Misses Wahlene Otto, and
Bernice Sahl, who motored from
Vermilion, O, to spend the week
GRAND BAND CONCERT.
The Citizens Band of PerryBburg
assisted by the Rossford Band will
give a Grand Concert for tho public
at the corner of Second and Main
streets, Saturday evening of 'this
week.. Como'out,hear the music
and eat a dish of Ice Cream and
some delicious cako, which will bo
served at 10c per plate. Tho band
needs a little ready cash and aro
W4ty f yUr patrpnagq, Bopjjfcl
"I Recommend This Shingle"
It isn't easy to see how this Ncponset Shingle can be
improved upon. Single-ply roofs of the same material
laid 15 to 18 years ago are still in perfect condition.
Neponset Shingles give a roof of several layers of thi9
time-tested material. In appearance they are moat
handsome soft gray or red.
are weather-proof and spark-proof. They won't leak, rust,
crack, warp or rattle. Lighter and less expensive than
tile or slate; more satisfactory than wood. Their double
width cuts cost of laying.
Wo cw show you Neponsot Shingles
and figure the cost of your roof.
THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO.
Everybody recmestcd to meet at
Civic rooms on Pridav evening,
August 3, to perfect 'plans for
. . , ,
The day of harsh physics is gone.
People want mild, easy laxatives.
Doan's Kegule s have satisfied thous
ands. 25c at all drug stores
Mr. J. F. Byrne and wife, Ches
ter Byrne, wife and daughter Fran
ces were Sunday evening callers of
E. J. Spilker and wife.
Mr. H. C. Cordrey of Prairie
Depot, Democratic Candidate for
Probate Judge was a caller in Per
rysburg on Wednesday and was
cordially received by many old
Despondency Due to Indigestion.
"About three months ago, when I
was suffering from indigestion, which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treatment
relieved me greatly. I used two bot
tles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they
rid me of this trouble." For sale by
ORDER YOUR CAR NOW, THE BEST DRIVING
OF THE YEAR IS AT HAND. YOU CAN'T AFFORD
TO B WITHOUT A FORD ANY LONGER AT THESE
Touring '. 360.00
WM- SCHLECT, Perrybw, O,
A witty schoolmaster used to relato
,B7rS BayoTn wrIed ,to
B'vo ber pupils sorao Idea of the rcla-
tivo size of distant countries by say-
ins' "Cambodia is nbout as largo as
Slani but wuen UlIs informatIon WB8
r0nroduced In a written exercise, ono
- ' of tho girls put It in the words: "Sho
tsays Cambodia is about as large aa
To the Prospective Buyer of New
Fall and winter line is ready for
your inspection. The line is com
plete in every way possible. Come
in and get first pick. Prices ac
cording to the quality.
Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner
Cleaning-, Pressing- and Repairing
20G Main St.
Tailor Shop Main 250
Residence Red 102
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