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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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LOUIS C. MARTI-
Edlter
Entered mt the Prrjrburjt Poitoffte. u
seconded matter.
THE JOURNAL U dated Thursday, but th
eatxr iroes to prm every Wedncaday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, In order that It may reach Ita
reader In various localities by Thursday
morning.
BrECIAL NOTICE.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and Rcso
lutlons of Respect are published at the rate of
6 cents per line only. There will be no devia
tion from this rule.
Local and Lone Distance Phone No. 21.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Dollar and fifty cents In advance.
THURSDAY, NOVEMERB G, 1919
MICKIE SAYS
f IF PeoPLe'o jtST stop
T' THINK. THftt ADMEaTlSlM
tS THE NBV4SPWER. NSfcN'S
STOCK IN f&ADB , "THEN'o
NEVER TRN fO CT IT PER.
NO-THIN UK.E THEV DO
SOMETIMES, NO NOfc
TH&M TKES'O SK TH
G&OCBft. PBrt. ft FREE.
SACK OP PI.OUP-
FREAKS ENTITLED TO FAME
European Families That Had More
.Than Ordinary Claims to
World's Attention.
There Is living at Bilbao, Spain, a
family of seven who between them
possess no fewer than 164 fingers. One
of them has 23 fingers, another 21,
while of the remaining five each can
boast a couple of hands with 12 fin
gers apiece.
At Eoshilivo, Russia, a very similar
phenomenon exists In the fifty or more
descendants of a peasant with extra
fingers on his hands, who married at
the beginning of the last century, all
of whom ara dowered with from one
t fire fingers In excess of the normal
number.
The last surviving member of what
was perhaps the record family with
regard to weight was, In the person
of Charles Atkins, a few ears back
Interred nt Harrow, England. He
weighed 476 pounds, his brothers, who
predeceased him, being no less than
G04 and 560 pounds.
The family 'record for longevity has
not been beaten since Robert Parr, the
great-grandson of the celebrated
Thomas Parr, died In 1757 at the age
of one hundred and twenty-four. His
father lived to celebrate his one hun
dred and ninth birthday, his grand
father reached one hundred and thir
teen, while his greatgrandfather was
152 at the time of his death.
There Is mentioned In the Hnrlelan
Miscellany a Scotch weaver and his
wife who were the proud parents of
62 children, 50 of whom reached their
majority.
Large as this family was, its fame
pales before that of a Russian, one
Iran Wasslllg, who was the proud fa
ther Of 87. By his first wife he had
M (children In the following order:
Four times quadruplets at a birth,
seven times triplets and 16 times
twins. By his second spouse he had
twice triplets and six times twins.
Undoubtedly the record for misfor
tune belongs to a Belgian family
named Adnet.' The father, Jean Ad
net, was drowned ; his wife committed
suicide, while of his two sisters one
was killed by the kick of a horse and
the other by a blow received from a
falling scaffold.
Jean Adnet had six children, four
sons and two daughters. Of these the
latter perished through the overturn
ing of a pleasure boat One of the
sons was stabbed in a drunken brawl,
another was crushed to death by a
heavy wagon, while the remaining
two, who emigrated to America, were
slain in 1601 while fighting for Bal
maceda against congresslsts. Stray
Stories.
OHIO IS NATION'S
THRIFTIEST STATE
Columbus, O. (pedal.) Ohio
it tta nation's thrlfteit sUtt.
Srry other itaU in tht Valon Is
hailing her as such. And ita all
kaoauie shfl has sold mora" War
Savings Stamps.
During August Ohio sold More
Wr Stamps than all the New Eng
lul states combined, more than
New Tork and Pennsylvania to
gether and thrice as many as IU1
els, second highest ettte. OMo
eld oaeiltk of the War' Savings
tamps sold In the nation during
August
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TAKES ANOTHER JUMP
During the pnst week the Jour
nal added eleven new names to its
list, making a total of 38 since wc
started the campaign. We added
six Saturday under the 30 cent
offer and five took the paper tor
the full year. The offer of the
Journal for three months for only
30 cents cosh with order, is again
good next Saturday. You had
better take advantage of it as -soon
as possible as the offer is only
good for a short timo and may be
withdrawn any week. "We would
appreciate it if you would let
your neighbors know of this offer.
If you receive a sample copy of
the Journal consider it an invita
tion to subscribe.
MOZART OLUB MEETING
The November meeting of the
Mozart Club was postponed on ac
count of the weather. It will be
held Saturday, Nov. 8 at 2:30 p.
m. Subject: "How the organ, the
violin and the piano influenced the
art of music." Song: "The
Thanksgiving Dinner." In charge
of program, Catherine Schwint,
hostess, Zelma Taylor.
HUNTING DEER
G. W. Hoffman, A. J. Witzler,
Charles Witzler, Del Simmons, of
Perrysburg; Mr. Bishop, of Bowl
ing Green; Dave Loomis, oi Scotch
Ridge; and Isaac Ward and broth
er, of Dunridge; left Wednesday
for Kathadimvorks, Maine, and
from there they will enter the woods
to hunt deer,, bear and other big
game. They will be gone for a
couple of weeks.
UNION DELIVERIES
To the Patrons of the Union De
livery: Owing to the condition of the
oads and bad weather, com
mencing Monday, Nov. 10, we will
make deliveries as follows:
At 8 a. m. on 4th and 5th sts.
At 10 a. mj on 1st, 2nd and 3rd
streets.
At 2:30 p. m on 6th and 7th
streets.
Please phone your orders early
so your merchants can get them
ready for the delivery.
Yours respectfully,
The Union Delivery,
Perrysburg, Ohio
The New Version.
"Gabe Gosnell got buncoed good
and plenty on his trip," related Burt
Blurt of Petunia.
"Aw, well," returned old Riley Rez
zldew, "a fool and his money go to
Kansas City." Kansas City Star.
Welcome Home Day.
"Papa," Billle nsked, "is a trillion
more than a billion?"
"Yes," Billle was answered.
"Then, papa, I'll bet there's a trillion
people lookln' at the parade."
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Saves Eye Strain
Keep your lamps
filled with Rayolight
Oil and read, sew,
knit or do any eve
ning work with less
eye strain.
llayolight is finest kero
sene oil clean and reli
iibjc. Makes oil heaters
and cook stoves give a
steady volume of eco
nomical heat. Burns
without smoke or smell,
The same every day. I
Sold by all dealers.
THE STANDARD OIL CO,
(An Ohio Corporation)
IAD unio i.orporion;
ELECTION RESULTS
Continued from First Pago.
Short Dry Ballot, Sec. 9: Yes
101, No 138, Blank 11.
Classification Tax: Yes 101, No
90, Blank 17.
Road Tax: Yes 104, No 88, Blank
11.
Resolution No. 4, wet: Yes 143,
No 110.
Grabbe Act: Yes 135, No 107,
Blank 10.
Bonds for City Building: Yes 194,
No 59. .
Cemetery Bonds: Yes- 198, No
55.
PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP
EAST PRECINCT
For Trustees: Wm. Burdo 49,
Frank Fox GO, Wm. Grolle 107, Al
bert Hahn 49,' E. L. Kingsbury 22,
Joen Schneider 81.
For Township Clerk: S. T. Phil
lips 94, F. J. Reis 28.
For Township Treasurer: Alfred
Scheider 07, W. J. Veitch 43.
For Constable: Chris Bauman
109, John Hayes 43, George Hilla
brand 21, Robert Nixon 43, R. F.
Schaumlloetfel 29, A. G. Williams
38.
For Assessor: Frank Harvey 109.
For Justice of the Peace: J. D.
Greiner 125, F. E. Bowers 52, T. H.
Sheldrick 1,. T. H. Tinney 1.
For Township Board of Education :
Chris Spilker 23, Ulrick Warns 50,
Frank Harvey 81, Conrad Kohl 22.
Short Dry Ballot: Yes 71, No 79.
Short Dry Ballot, Sec. 9: Yes 04,
No 78, Blank 5.
Classification Tax: Yes 40, No
109, Blank 0.
Resolution No. 4, wet: Yes 71,
No 71.
Crabbe Act : Yes 09, No 05, Blank
8.
Road Tax: Yes 90. No 53, Blank
12.
DOWLING SCHOOL
DISTRICT
For Board of Education: Ben
Spilker 5, George Chamberlain 8.
George Baird 1.
j LIME CITY SCHOOL
1 DISTRICT
For Board of Education: Joseph
Wolf 7, F. C. Kaztnaier 8, C. Bau
inan 21, S. Peterson 10, J. Schramm
1, Henry Sherman 1.
I
Used Theater Programs" Cleaned.
Conservation has extended even to
rumpled theater programs, left in the
seats by the patron of n theater, ac
cording to Popular Mechnnlcs Maga
zine. Between 200 and 300 are picked
up each night, piled in stacks of 50
each, and pressed flat in a bookbind
er's press for 24 hours. Emerging lint
and unwrlnkled from this process,
they are then run through rubber roll
ers, which erase all fingerprints and
stains. It Is snld. that It Is Impossible
to distinguish these reclaimed pro
grams from those just off the printing
press.
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub
scribers only, for 30 cents.
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Additional Local
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Kazmaier
called on Mr. and Mrs. James
Marti Sunday evening. I
Mr. and Mfs. L. A. Hallowcll vis
ited their daughter, Mrs. II. P. Wil
der of Detroit last Sunday. i
I Mrs. M. P. Gorton spent tho"
week' end in Toledo as the guest
of Mi, and Mrs. Charles Allwood. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Britton and
son Lester spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirkoss
were Sunday evening callers of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neidcrhouse.
, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Dewland
have moved into their new home,
corner West Front and Cherry
streets.
Mr. and Mrs. Alrin Fox and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilhelm Myres of Rising
Sunday 'were the Sunday visitors
at the Henry Leydorf home.
Edmund Brown has moved his
family in the Powell home on west
Front street. Mr. Opper and wife
have taken the Burch property on
west Second street, vacated by the
Browns. A. F. Dewland isprepar-
. mg to move into his new home on
west Front street, while Mr. and
Mrs. William Nack have taken ther
(west Front street home recently
purcnased ol Mr. Yoder, whue the
latter has leased Mrs. David
Hatcher's home on east Fifth st.
WANTgfORSSglEl
Advertisements under this heading 'run at
the rate of five cents per line per each Inser
tion. Cash must accompany order. Count five
words to a line in figuring any advertising for
this column.
FOR SALE Young Team.
Phone 137, one ring. . 38a
FOB SALE Round Oak stove.
Burns both hard and sole coal.
Phone White 98. ,. ,
FOR SALE Hard coal stove,
small size, good heater. 142 W.
iu'ont street. 38a
FOR SALE Five shares in the
Perrysburg Grain and Seed Co.,
$90 a share. Inquire C. L. Muddy.
LOST Old fashioned hand
painted brooch, about two inches
long with raineature set in twisted
gold band. Reward. Call White
160. 38a
WANTED Dressmaking to do.
Children's dresses a specialty.
Phone Rad 122, or call at 439 W.
3rd street. 38a
WANTED Coal and wood
range with reservoir. Must be in
good condition. Write Box 158,
Perrysburg. ' 37a
FOR SALE Auction of house
hold goods and furniture, Satur
day, November 1, at a:00 p. m., on
Main street, near Second.
FOR SALE Pop corn, guar
anteed to pop. Inquire Florence
Hoffman, corner Pine and Second.
36tf
FOR SALE One fine old violin
also new violins., Priees right.
Come in and trv them. Phone.
Red 73. S. T. Phillips. 36f
FOR RENT A six room house
with bath room and running water
on my farm. Donald R. Acklin,
rerrysburg. 33tt
FOR SALE Best bargain in
real estate in Perrysburg; house
and lot with barn,; finest river
view. Inquire at Journal Office.
WANTED Dining room girl at
the American House Restaurant,
Maumee, Ohio. Inquire Mrs. T. F.
Ininan. 37tf
Employees Wanted Both men
and women. Steady work good
pay. Aprjly in nerson at time keen
er s office. American-National Co.',
Perrysburg, O. 25tf
Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist jyye, liinr, JNose and Throat.
Glasses. Has returned from the
army. Hours, 9 a. m. till 4 p. m.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St. Over Interurban Station.
Bowling Green, O. Phone 146R.
WANTED Women bnt.womi 21
and 45 years of age to work in
pncKing, snipping ana: manutac
turing departments. Pleasant and
permanent employment. Experi
ence unnecessary and work not
difficult but applicant must bo in
erood health and willinc to lnnm
Givo height, weight and ago in
your application, ray beginners
tf13.50 ner week. Work 50 linnm
per week. Ahjo have permanent
places ior experienced men in
machine and cabinet rooms at
crood waces. Sliorh FnrnHnrn
Company, New Prescott St. Build
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