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THE PERftSBUHG JOURNAL
"THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE"
Will Be Given Under the Auspices ,
LUTHER LEAGUE OF ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH
at the '
TOWN HALL, PERRYSBURG, OHIO
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov 5 and 6
' This play is a domestic drama in four acts
The Harper Garage
Million Youths In Ohio to Bo
Given Chance to Use
bcir to announce that they have secured the
agency for this territory of the
WILL VOTE OCT, 27 TO NOV, 22
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Dort Roadster, Dort Sedan,
Dort Delivery Car
We invite the fullest investigation of this favorably
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free demonstration at any time and all
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When you have some leisure time come in and look the
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cars on the automobile market today.
THE HARPER GARAGE
HERMAN HARPER, Prop.
What Classification Means to You
Adoption of Classification means that it will not be
necessary to modify or repeal the Smith Tax Limit Act;
that additional revenues can and will be raised to cover
present1 deficits and increased cost of government, with
out increasing the taxes of owners of homes and farm
lands; that in all probability the taxes of all those who
now pay taxes will be reduced.
Classification makes it possible 'to collect taxes from the
more than fifteen billions of dollars of intangible property
which now escape taxation
Classification is not an experiment. Fourteen other states
have it. Maryland has had Classification for twenty years and
it is not the oldost Classification State.
If, having adopted Classification, the people of Ohio find
they do not like it they can get rid of it without another con
stitutional amendment; a repeal of the statute making the
Classification is all that would be necessary,
" Vole "Yes" on the Classification Amendment at the polls,
November 4. Separate ballot.
All you need is a
OHIO TAXPAYERS' "LEAGUE,
Geo. L. Gugle, Mgr., Columbus
Phone Main 157
Hi Speed Gas 1
Hauling a Specialty
Trucking and General Hauling, $1.50
per hour. $2.00 per hour with Helper.
SPECIAL PRICES ON LONG DISTANCE
HAULING. CAREFUL HANDLING.
WM. HONNER, Prop.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1880. A. V. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine b taken in
ternally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for onstipation.
Will Choose Between "Thrift Party"
and "Thriftless Party" Election
Marks Drive For War Savings
Stamp Sales Schools to Conduct
Savings Campaign For Nearly a
Month Will Draw Attention of the
Columbus, O. (Special.) Ohio
school children are to participate in a
"Thrift" oloction between Oct. 27 and
Nov. 22. They will vote Just HKo their
elders and will uso ballots similar to
those used In rogular elections. In
voting they will choose botween Thrift
ami Waste. Headquarters for the
Thrift party already have been estab
lished hero and Thrift party managers
are claiming a victory.
The platform of the "Thrift party,"
as the new organization is known,
calls for "wise spending, intelligent
saving and safe investment." Its
founders declare that it is needed to
combat the "Thriftless party," which
has for its platform "the satisfying of
present desires at tho expense of fu
Vote With War Stamps.
During the school children's election
votes may be secured only through
the purchase of War Savings Stamps,
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. Fvl sS ' Jr I
ACT I Tho country home. An afternoon in August. The engage
ment. ACT IT The llutledge mansion in New York City the following De
cember. Tho serpent has crept into Eden.
ACT III Same as before, three weeks later. Parted.
ACT IV At the country home again. An evening in the next
March. "The Triumph of Love."
, CAST OF CHARACTERS
Harold Rutledge, a young New Yorker G. F. Meiucxe
Perry Deane, a son of the soil Harvey Weidner
David Hildreth, a New York lawyer James Marti
Silas Holcomb, owner of the farm and father of Hetty. .Chas. Miller
Azariah Keep, a clock tinker Irvin Mutschler
Jennings, a colored servant at the Rutledge mansion Elmer Kopp
Hetty Holcomb, a country flower transplanted to city soil
- Flora Klueful
Isabel Carney, niece to David Hildreth Mabel Hegamaster
Mrs. Rutledge, Harold's mother, z Mrs. Henry Kazmaier
Alvira Holcomb, sister of Silas, a typical "old maid".MRS. J. Marti
Liza Ann Tucker, who borrows, but "never gossips'". .Helen Schnyder
Verbena, hired girl on the farm... Mrs. Ciias Miller
Curtain rises promptly at 8:00 P. M.
MUSIC BY AN ORCHESTRA
Admission, Adults 35c; Children 20c
MAU.MICE -VAI.I.ISY nYS. & LIGHT CO.
Lv.T'do Lv.T'do P'buror P'burs Ma'me
East Wont East West North
5.36 5.10 G.IG
0.28 6.02 6.08
6.00 G.2G 7.20 0.G4 7.00
G.G2 7.18 8.12 7.40 7.52
7.44 8.10 9.04 8.38 8.44
8.30 9.02 9.56 9.30 9.30
9.28 9.54 10.48 10.22 10.28
10.20 10.46 11.40 11.14 11.20
11.12 11.38 12.32 12.06 12.12
12.04 12.30 1.24 12.58 1.04
12.56 1.22 2.16 1.50 1.50
1.48 2.14 3.08 2.42 2.48
2.40 3.0G 4.00 3.34 3.40
3.32 4.26 4.26 1.32
4.24 3.58 4.52 5.18 5.24
5.16' 4.50 5.44 6.10 6.16
6.03 5.1G 7.02 7.08
7.00 5.42 6.36 7.54 8.00
7.52 6.34 7.28 8.46 8.52
8.44 7.26 8.20 9.38 9.44
9.36 8.18 9.12 no.30 10.36
10.28 9.10 10.04 ...: ...
11.20 10.02 11.10
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Bronze Tablet to Be Awarded Winning
School In Each Community.
one War Savings Stamp entitling the
salesman to one vote, two to two
votes, while a ?1,000 purchase will be
equal to 200 votes.
School children will act as vote so
licitors or stamp salesmen, and War
Savings officials, under whose auspices
the election will he carried out, are
hopeful that parents will respond in
the sum of several million dollars. i
For the first time in the, history of
any state the schools of Ohio for the
period of nearly a month- are to hold
the center of interest in the War Sav
ings campaign. Heretofore school
children have taken part in special
drives and contests arranged as side
line features of u. statewide campaign,
but this time the school children's
campaign is to be the main event of
a statewide drive to put Ohio within
reach of its 1919 War Savings quota.
Have Wonderful Record.
Ohio school children have won this
honor through their wonderful work
during tho past two years as stamp
salesmen. Having sold nearly ?7,000,
000 worth of War Savings Stamps in
that time, they have made themselves
a factor to he reckoned with in the
nation's financial organization. Wash
ington officials of the treasury depart
ment will watch tho school campaign
in Ohio during the next few weeks
with interest, and on its outcome
may depend a number of changes in
the plans of tho government for tho
futuro 3ale of War Savings Stamps.
Governor James M. Cox, State Sav
ings Director H. P. Wolfe and State
Superintendent of Public Instruction
H. P. Pearson are especially desirous
that school officials, superintendents,
principals and teachers assume lead
ership of tho campaign in their re
spective communities, so that Ohio in
on supreme effort may add materially
to its ar Savings sales and maintain
Its lead over every other state in tno
Usa Real Ballots.
t Ono million ballots, closely resem
bling the ballots used in stato elec
tions, have been printed and are being
sent out to evory school room in the
state. Activo campaigning will begin
Oct. 27 and continue through until
Nov. 22. Prizes will bo awarded
schools In each community onrolling
the most votes for tho "Tin 1ft Party."
THE BANE of old age is constipation. The bow
els become weak and unable to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age
and older on account of their gentle action. (
for Children or Adults
Specially Attractive Course for
Tutoring in Common Branches
ELLA M. TORDT, FoXflnys0chooicdo
- Home Phone Main 7273 R
135 19th STREET, TOLEDO,
People Have Much Money.
The American public has moro
money at this timo than was evor cir
culated before among any pooplo in
tho world, and It is not squandering
all of it. With tho statement of n gov
ernment oiacial that $500,000,000 Is
lost annually in "wildcat" securities
comeB tho roport of the secretary of
the treasury that within the last 23
months $1,107,000,000 has been invest
ed in Thrift Stamps, War Savings
fHamps and Treasury Certificates,
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15c Can of Pumpkin, per can 12c u
Kirk's Flake White Sonn. 10 hnm 7K
Navy Beans, per pdund 41c
Breakfast Coffee, per pound a 41c
40c Grade Red Salmon; per can 35c
Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour 14c
Men's Canvas Gloves, the 20c grade, very special, Sat
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Every Thursday Only, All Scrap Tobaccos,
Five Packages lor 45c
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