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VOL. LXVIL-LOUIB 0. MABTI, Publisher.
PEBBYBBUBO, WOOD 00., 0., THUBSDAY, MAT 29,1919.
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RECEPTION FOR SOLDIERS
AT THE CHURCHES
Tho ladies of tho Red Cross
Auxiliary and the Civic Associa
tion extend an invitation to all
our returned soldiers- in Perrys
burg and Perrysburg township to
a banquet and program to be
given in their Honor at tho town
Sail,- Tuesday evening, June 10,
'1919, 7 :30 p. m.
The general public is invited to
the program and it is hoped every
one in Perrysburg and Perrysburg
township will be present to honor
our boys at this reception. A
good time is in store for all who
come. It is earnestly hoped that
the soldiers will come in uniform,
if convenient to do so.
AMELIA C. COOK,
See'y Red Cross.
. Following is Pcrrysburg's
"jfclonor Roll." If anyone knows
of a Perrysburg lad who donned
the uniform for his country at the
time of the ereat world strife.
whether he enlisted, was drafted
or a student in training, let their
names be sent in, as we want the
list as near correct as possible.
THE GOLD STARS
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -OHUROH
Rev. W. H. Phelcy, Minister.
Services for Sunday, June 1st:
We have a great lesson for Sun
day School at 9:30; "Faith: What
It Is and What It Does." Heb.
11:1-10; 12-1, 2. Children's Day
soon ; be prompt to practice. Every
one needed to make it the best day
we have ever enjoyed.
Morning worship and sermon at
10:30. Dr. Pheley will preach in
the evening at 7:30. "The best
things from the General Assem
bly' ' will be presented. .
Christian Endeavor meeting at
6:30. Topic,' "Our Relation to
God." Leader, Richard Reither.
Your presence will help to make
this one of our very best hours.
Prayer and praise service Thurs
tlav eveniner at 7 :00 o'clock. Note
the half hour earlier. All will want
to go to the high school commence
ment exercises at 8 p. m. We will
close in time. Subject for consid
eration is, "The Man From
The Choral Union will meet for
practice at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Maud
Lackens will be present to lead.
The monthly social hour will be
held at the pastor's home, Wednes
day evening, June 4th. All ex
pected to be present.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE PROGRAM
FOR DECORATION DAY CEREMONIES
Memorial Day in Perrysburg
promises to bo an interesting event.
The exercises of the occasion will
bo held at Ft. Meigs Cemetery at
10 :30 a. m. The custom of holding
an afternoon program has been dis-
-pensed with and all exercises will
be concluded in the forenoon.
Every citizen who can march
should be in line, for this will be
There will be a Band Concert on
the Public Square from 9 to'10
Procession will move promptly at
10 a. m.
" Order of Parade
1. Marshall of Day, Col. Kings
2. Color bearer and band.
Mayor and council.
G. A. R. y
Soldiers of World War.
War Mothers. , .
9. Liberty Loan Com. , '
10. W. 0. W. :'
11. I. 0. 0. F.
Program at Cemetery.'
Address by Hon. Jonathan E,
LOAN WORKERS CELEBRATE
AT THEIR LAST MEETING
HAVE YOU HELPED?
The Salvation Army in It's
Drive for $13,000,000.
Many Speeches, Large Audience
and Fine Dinner; Their
Duty Well Done.
Bowers, Dr. M. H.
Cole, R. L.
Curtis. Merlin N.
- proppelman, George
Eberly, Karl C.
Grecnhalgh, George P.
Haas, k rank
Hui, Harvey L.
filefner, George O.
Harris, K. K.
Hartshorn, Edw. L
HnrUhorn, C. R.
HlUabrand. Carl M.
Hodman, John F.
Honner, Albert F.
Hopkins, Gilbert B.
Johnson, R. W.
Lolie, John M.
Lobar. Merlin A.
Lusher, Elmer H.
M n Idntosh, Colin
Marti, Louis C.
Masters, Francis P.
Miller. Bernard A.
Myers, Fred J.
Radell, Frank M.
Reitzcl, Chester L.
Robertson, C. C.
Ross, Max W.
Basse, Fred W.
Schroeder, Alfred O.
Schwlnd, Cyril F.
Shiple, Chas. G.
Shlpman. Dr. Clarence
Simmons, Carl F.
Springstead, t rank H.
Stanford, Leland S.
Troyer, James H.
Van Dorf, Morris
Walbrldge. Edw. L.
Wise. Fred Boy
Wolf, John E.
Zingg. Alfred N.
POOR DO0! u
We thought he had a commis
sion but his letter explains all :
This A. M.
Rev. C. W. Weltmer, Pastor.
Services for Sunday, June 1st.
Sunday School at 9 :00.
Subject: "Faith;, What It Is
and. What It Does. " Heb. 11 :1-10,
12 :l-2. Golden Text: "Ye believe
in God, believe also in me."
The Men's League was held on
Monday evening instead of the
usual Tuesday evening.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening-
Young People s Alliance at b :au.
Subject: "Our Relation to God."
Reverence and public worship.
Psalms 33 :1-11 ; John 4 :19-26.
Whenever we assemble in the
house of God for worship, we as
semble in no common building.
The holy temple belongs exclus
ively to God. Here rich and poor,
stand and kneel and sit together,
as the children of one common
Preaching at 7:30.
' ' Your presence is always appre
ciated. We as pastor and people
DR. B. KINSLEY
Office Hours 8 to 11 a. m.: 1 to 5
p. m. Office upstairs corner
Second and Main Streets.
Phone Main 14.
ZOAR LUTHERAN OHUROH
P. Kluepfel, Pastor.
Sunday, June 1st:
1 Sunday School at 9:00.
Divine service at 10:00.
Luther League at &:00.
Divine service on Asaension Day,
Thursday, May 29th, at 7:3q.
There will be a service Tuesday
evening, June 3d, at 8:00 p. m.
This service is held on the anniver
sary of the church dedicatoin
which took place June 3d, 1917, and
is to commemorate the fact that
now all the church debts are paid.
After the service a social hour will
be held in the church basement and
lunch will be served.
Bible school Saturday at 9 :00.
Evervbodv is welcome at all
Of April 3, 1919, and
To read that I was a
Really you do me
I ain't nothin' but a
About six months
Ago I was recommended'
For a commission
2nd Lieut of Artillery,
The first time.
I passed the
All O, K., but
They're swamped with
So I've got to wait.
You will address me
I don't want folks
To get me x
So I'll be much
If you'll fix my . ,
By means of
And please hurry
And get 5th St.
Because I don't wanna
For I've seen
Enough of it
A. P. O. 791., Amer. E. F.
SOME MORE TAXES
The following is an extract of a
letter from the department relative '
to certain special taxes on occupa
tions, effective under section 1001,
paragraphs 1 to 11 inclusive, and
section 1003 of the Revenue Act of
Section 1001 imposes the follow
ing special taxes on :
3. Ship Brokers.
4. Customhouse Brokers.
5. Proprietors of theatres, mu
seums, and concert halls.
6. Proprietor or proprietors of
7. Proprietors or agents of all
other public exhibitions.
8. Proprietors of bowling alleys
and billiard rooms.
9. Proprietors of shooting gal
leries. 10. Proprietors of riding acad
11. Persons carrying on the
business of operating or renting
passenger automobiles for hire.
Section 1003 imposes a special
tax on jnotor boats.
All persons liable to the special
tax under the sections and the para
graphs of the Act referred to above,
including persons liable to addi
tional special tax who were not
notified by the collector on. Form 1
Special of their liability, must make
return ortaxes due and pay such
taxes on or before May 31st, 1919.
If such return is not filed and the
tax paid on or before that date such
taxpayer will become delinquent on
June 1st, 1919, and penalties will be
imposed as specihed under section
3176 R. R., as amended.
The Salvation Army Drive that
was made last week through the
mail, to raise our quota in tho na
tional drive for $13,000,000, is be
ing responded to. We hope those
that received our letter will not
fail to respond to this very worthy
cause. We owe the Salvation
Army a debt of gratitude for the
oys on the front so let us.
show our appreciation by contrib
uting in a substantial way to their
home work. It will not be neces
sary to give much but let us all
give something. We will feel bet
ter for having done so. We wish
to close the drive May 29 but any
time this week will do. If you did
not receive a letter, contribute
anyway, as we did not have half
enough cards to go around.
W. J. VEITCH, Chairman.
MAIL. CARRIERS' PICNIO
Mr. H. H. Howe,, president of
the Wood County Rural Letter
Carriers' Association, accompan
ied by Mrs. Howe and Mr. A.
Ricketts, secretary of the associa
tion, met at the home of the
county organizer, Harry Spreng,
Wednesday evening last to ar
range for their annual picnic
which will be held at Ft. Meigs
Saturday, .June 14th. There are
about 38 mail carriers in the
county and all are looking for
ward to a very enjoyable day
with their families at the Old Fort
on picnic day.
"The few last scrapsof wood"
that once was the village post office
are being hauled away this week.
MOVES TO B. G.
Mr. Frank Loomis has pur
chased a home on North Main St.
in Bowling Green and is moving his
family there this week.
Mr. Loomis has operated a ga
rage in Perrysburg for the past few
years and through square dealings
and good business management has
won many warm inenas wno .re
gret to see him move away.
He will continue to hold the
agencies for the Buick and Chevro
let automobiles in this territory, but
Mr. Wm. Horner has purchased the
garage formerly operated by Mr,
Loomis and will continue to do all
kinds of repair work, trucking, etc,
Mr. Loomis says he regrets leav
ing Perrysburg, but just couldn't
find a home here, so tried "next
best," B. G.
Keith Muir and Fred Heaf ner ar
rived home from the service of Un
cle Sam last week.
Ou last Thursday evening at the
Civic Rooms occurred the last
official meeting of the Liberty Loan
committee. A sumptuous dinner
was served wliich was enjoyed by
all. Every member was present
and shared in the 'exercises of the
Many speeches and talks were
indulged in and among many of
whom delivered addresses were
Chairman Wm. Veitch, ,T. M.
Franey, Prof. Fred Ault, Jonathan
Pope, Supt. Nietz, E. L. Blue, W-.
H. Rhcinfrank, M, H. Bowers and
others. To tell the truth there was
a feeling of sadness as well aa gay
ety in this farewell meeting of the
Liberty Loan committee. Members
were loath to tear away. Many, ,
lingered about late. ,
The nature of their war wcrk in
past months had unified our citi
zenship as no other public se vice
could have done. Much dcuended
upon their labors. So xav as this
community was concerned it was a
case of "hang together or hang
separately." The writer, as he
looked over the men present, said
to himself : "These men have been
loyal, they will forever deserve the
undying gratitude and thanks of
the state whom they so faithfully
They were intelligent in action,
unceasing in service and had the
metal of tho veteran in the field,
viz.: "to win or die." Long live
in the memory and appreciation of
this country the loyal work of our
Liberty Loan organizations.
It will be interesting to read the
record of work done in the five loan
drives. Here it is:
1st Loan None
3rd Loan.... 98,050
4th Loan.... 191000
5th Loan.... 136,500
Total ....$532,350 $737,400
Oversubscribed by Perryburg
and Township $205,050
REPEAT HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
The high school play, "Stand
ing By," given at the school audi
torium Tuesday evening was an
overwhelming success, and. as
many were turned away for lack
of standing room, the play will be
repeated on Tuesday evening,
June 3rd. Tickets are being sold
by the school children and the
play will begin promptly at 8
o'clock. Admission, as before,
adults 35 cents, children 25c.
ALFRED P. HAYWOOD
Doctor of Ohiropraotio
4th Street, Perrysburg, i
6:00 to 9:00 Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday Evenings or
FREDERICK C. AVER1LL
818 SpitMr BulldlBf,
Hum PhM 14M.
W. H. Spybey, Pastor.
The service next Sunday morn'
met will be of vital interest to all
A report on the Centenary will be
given and hearts will be glad. The
sermon will bo "Who Is the Ed
At night beautiful slides "Along1
tho Border," and moving pictures.
Sunday School at 9 :30 a. m.
Epworth League at 6 :30 p. in.
Choir practice Saturday evening.
Hadn't Quite Understood.
Much amusement was created, In a
Melbourne (Australia) criminal court
recently when a slightly deaf Juror
was being sworn. The judge repeated
to him the words, "I swear by Al
mighty God so to do." Whereon the
Juryman declared, "I swear by Al
mighty God I'm sorry for your
WATCHMAKER ANtf JEWELER
Washes Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles.
B06 Mom-oe St ' Toledo, 0.
Near Michigan Street
Special care will be taken with the
repair of all kind oi Watch,
Cause of Headache.
By knowing the cause, a diieaae may
often be avoided. This is particularly
true of headache. The most common
cause of headache is a disordered' stom
ach or constipation, which may be cor
rected by taking a few doseB of Cham
berlain's Tablets. Try it Many others
Have obtained permanent relief by
taking these Tablets. They are easy
J ALL DELIVERY AVERTED
Sheriff Shoecraf t arose unusually
early last Tuesday morning and
luckily was in time to apprehend a
jail delivery of all his lower floor
boarders. A heavy plank table
had been broken up and used to pry
tho iron bars from the 'Windows.
Annt.lior hour and thev would have
gained liberty. A few desperate!
characters were in tne j an too ai
tho time. All have been locked in
separate cells in theinner cage and
will remain there until sentenced or
liberated by the courts.
ST. ROSE CONFntMATION
The Rt. Rev. Josoph Schrembs,
D. D., made his Episcopal visit to
Bt. Rose Parish Wednesday even
iner at 7 :30.
A procession of visiting clergy,,
members of the parish and chil
dren escorted him from the ree-
torv to tho sanctuary.
The sacrament of confirmation
was administered to a class includ
ing 48 children and three adults.
Tho Bishop delivered an elo
ouontlv annealing sermon follow
ing the administration of the sacrament.
Wonder if Maumee business will
drop off any, now that some of our
people can no longer get a "little
nip on the same trip tor groceries.
Stealing flowers is a cowardly
sneaking meanness resented very
much bv those who spend much
time and backache raising them.
It would be well and a lasting cure
could one domesticate a poison ivy
with beautiful blossoms.
June 8 to 14 is Boy Scout week,
recommended by President Wilson.
There are approximately 10,000,000
boys in the U. S. between the ages
of 11 and 21 and of these there are
375,000 enrolled as members of the
Boy Scouts of America,
The work of repairing the Dixie
Highway from Eckle Junction to
the Library and from the cemetery
hill to the Maumee bridge is being
done in first class macadam, and
will make such a fine road that the
navniD: of Front street will be a
matter of pure necessity to keep
Perrysburg on the map in the eye
qf the tourist.
For a Sprained Ankle.
As soon as possible after the injury
is received get a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment and follow the plain
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"That it pays to advertise" was
proven again by a certain party
who had an .old bath tub still in
good shape for sale. Tho Journal
was barely in the mail until we re
ceived any number of calls for that
tub. We don't know why there was
such a demand for second hand
bath tubs, but had we only laid in a
stock before hand, we dare say wq
'could have soUVa dozen,
Conserve Your Labor
Money is stored labor. Put a little of
it aside every week. You will soon accum
ulate a reserve fund for emergency.
There is real pleasure in saving a
sense of increasing security and independ
ence which shows itself in your attitude
towards life, your habits, your very walk,
The Citizens Banking Co. welcomes
you' account even though you start with
only one dollar. Regular saving no matter
how small the amounts, is more important
than a substantial beginning.
Every dollar set aside in this bank will
be earning 4 interest for you.
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