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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL """
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Quality Goes Clear
The Dort engine is simple, strong," smooth. We hardly need
say it is economical. Dort economy is an established fact, known
to everyone. Its bearings, throughout, are nothing less than
huge. Where there's a straiu there is more than enough mater
ial to hold that strain. Its reciprocating parts are balanced to a
nicety to minimize vibration. Everything that needs touching is
right within reach.
An Added Factor of Safety
The Dort chassis has an unusual factor of safety in every com
ponent. It will not only withstand bevere usage but it will endure
longer, stay quiet longer, maintain its power through a greater
period than usual. An example is the rear axle. Malleable iron
and steel tubing form a great, husky housing yet a truss rod tod
is there for that added safety that would probably never be needed.
ARE YOU A TARGET FOR
It Hits Listless, Run-Down People
First Their Blood. Is Thin.
GERMS EVERYWHERE IN
Bo Prepared Strengthen and Build
Up Your Blood with Pepto-Mangan.
The Dort is a slow-wearing car. Its bearings are overly big
they stay right beyond the point that is usually expected. Yet,
when the time comes that an adjustment is necessary, the means
are there and the method is such that it is a simple and far from
delicate operation. There are adjustments at points where many
cars have soilid bearings, only adjustable by replacement.
An Easy Riding Balance
The Dort "hangs right." Its balance is at the correct place
to obviate disagreeable "kick-up" from either the front orTear
springs. Although it is acknowledged that cantilever springs are
the correct form of suspension for cars of comparatively short
wheelbase, there is an individuality in Dort's method of traversing
rough roads. Proper size, weight and hanging of the springs, and
correct distribution of body weight account for it.
WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE FREE DEMON
STRATION AT ANY TIME. PHONE US.
AGENTS FOR GATES' HALF-SOLE TIRES
Perrysburg, - - - Ohio
If it is true that you arc not feeling
your best if you have that "always
tired" feeling and no interest or enthu
siasm then you should be careful of
It is thin-blooded, anemic people
that disease strikes first. The fact
that you have had a very few serious
illnesses has nothing to do with it.
Everyone gets run down occasionally,
and when they do the blood is in no
condition to fight off disease germs,
because it has not enough red cor
puscles. It is the red corpuscles of the
blood that fight disease and save you
You simply can't afford to take
chances when influenza is striking
down thousands everywhere. Fortify
your blood build it up with the pleas
ant tonic Pcnto-Mangan.
I And should you bo just recovering
from influenza, you need Pepto-Mangan
because your blood has exhausted
its strength. Pepto-Mangan will help
I build you up.
I Pepto-Mangan is widely and heartily
endorsed by physicians. It is effective
and easy to take. Comes in either
liquid or tablet form. No difference in
! Sold at any drug store. But be sure
you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan
"Gude's." Ask for it by the name and
be sure the full name is on the pack
brilliant piano solo was offered by
Miss Mary Mainz, a humorous bit of
poetry by Miss Grace Howard and
Lester Philbin. A few selections were
given by the school orchestra and then
Miss Ida SchiiFgens recited a very sad
little poem, entitled "Poor Little Jim,'
which evidently was intended to bring
tears to the eyes. The program ended
by everyone rising and singing "Amer
ica the Beautiful."
ROSSFORD SCHOOL NOTES
but nis happy song still lives in our
hearts. The children loved him and
his empty cage in our room makes us
anxious that another bird shall come
there to live.
The children have freely brought
their gifts that the kindergarten may
buy another bird to take its place. If
there are those who feel the sorrow of
the kindergarten enough to send a gift
in sympathy we shall be very grateful.
Roscoe Polnce, brother of Mrs. Lit
tleton, was sick at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Littleton last week. Mr.
Poince is attending the Institute of
Technology at Detroit.
Four of our teachers, Mrs. Sprague,
Miss Grover, Miss Champion and Miss
Vermilya, were absent Monday on ac
count of sickness.
Supt. E. N. Littleton attended a
meeting of the superintendents of
Wood county at Bowling Green last
We now have a new school janitor
in the person of Mr. J. W. Foster. He
took tho place upon the resignation of
Mr. Doren and says that thus far he
likes the work and the folks among
whom he is working.
The school coal bin is running low,
with little assurance of early relief.
We are uncertain whether it will be
possible to continue without a shut
down. Wm. Langevire is still on our con
tinued sick list.
The ninth and tenth grades had a
very pleasant time at a party in the1
kindergarten room Wednesday night.
The evening was spent playing lively
games and prize winning contests.
Laura Limmer and Walter Heinemann
were unable to attend. The girls served
a delightful lunch.
The girls of the Rossford Junior
High School have formed a glee club,
with Miss Weida, the second crrade
teacher, directing and Winifred Saw
yer at the piano. The club meets once
a week in the school auditorium to
rehearse. Those who cannot read
music are being taught by Miss Weida.
In order to make school work more
interesting, different parties and en
tertainments have been given by the
Rossford Junior Hitrh School. Assem
blies are also held every Wednesday
afternoon in the school auditorium.
One week the nroeram is cnnrWtprl h
the eighth' grade, the next week the
Each grade elects its own commit
tee and they in turn appoint those
whom they wish to take part. The
program consists of humorous stories,
recitations and music. Last week the
eighth grade conducted the affair. A
At the behest of the State Board of
Health the Wood County Health
Officer, Dr. Powell, has made the fol
lowing regulations on school attend
ance: All pupils who are sick or
have acute sore throat must stay out
of school. Jn homes where there are
measles, German measles, whooping
cough or chicken pox, if the patient is
kept isolated from the rest of the
family, the other children who have
had the disease may go to school. In
cases of diphtheria, if the patient is
isolated, other children who have taken
anti-toxin may go to school. In cases
of scarlet fever and influenza other
children may go to school if the pa
tient is isolated. It has been found
that these diseases are not carried in
the clothing to another person.
7 Acres of farm land, situated
just out of corporation of Per
rysburg, Ohio, on the old Fre
mont pike. Fine buildings,
including fine, large house and
PRICE $7,000 CASH
for quick sale. Call Phone:
Black 130-2 Rings or
Blue 241-1 Ring
PERRYSBURG, - - OHIO
The Discriminating Man
is most particular about his person
al appearance. If his garments, by
chance, become soiled and spotted
he sends them to us. We clean
them thoroughly by our modern
method of dry cleaning and he is in
the price of a new suit, why not
do as he does? It'll pay you.
213 Louisiana Avenuo,
Phono Main 153.
Open, until 8 p. m. Saturday
A successful start has been made
this year for a worth-while Parent
Teachers' Club. At a preliminary
meeting in the fall the organization
was effected, and later a constitution
adopted. A meeting is held the second
Friday evening of each month in the
school auditorium. The last meeting
came on a stonny night and the at
tendance was not large, but the dis
cussion of the subject, "Our Children's
Companions," led by Mrs. Gallagher,
proved one of the most interesting yet
Tho next meeting will be held on
Feb. 13, and will be addressed by
Judgo Aaron B. Cohn, on "The Body
Problem." It is hoped that the audi
torium will be filled at this time.
Judgo Cohn is ono of Toledo's most
popular speakers and has had un
usual opportunity to learn all phases
of this subject
A REMEDY FOR
ACHES AND PAINS
You Don't Know What a Really
Good Liniment will do Until
You Try "Houstonia,"
Most liniments act as a counter
irritant on the surface and give only
temporary relief. Houstonia is dif
ferent. Gets right under the skin.
Penetrates to the sourco of the
trouble. Rub if you want to it
won't burn or blister but you don't
have to. It goes in anyway, Con
tains just what is necessary to help
Nature limber up stiff muscles, ease
twinging, throbbing joints, and give
immediato relief to sufferers from
backache, lumbago, stiff neck, cojds
in the chest, sore-throat and kindred
ailments. It penetrates to tho af
fected parts and scatters congestion.
Truly Nature's Aid. Ask for Hous
tonia, pronounced House-tone-e-ah
(The Original Jones Liniment) at all
druggists, 25, 50 cents and $1.00.
The Bams old price. No profiteering.
Tho Dr. J. C. Jonei Company, So.
O. P. OHAMPNEY
HOW ANY GIRL CAN HAVE
No girl or woman is nrettv if her
eyes arc rou, strained or have dark
rings, bimpio witcnhazcl, camphor,
Hydrastis, etc., as mixed1 in Lnvoptik
eye wash, will brighten tho eyes and
a wcuit a usu win surprise you wiiu
its QUICK results. Regular use of
Lavoptik keeps tho eyes healthy,
sparkling and vivneious. The quick
change will" please you. Dainty alum
inum eye cup FREE. C. P. Champ
uuiuu utsistjy biuu ouw
Will Give Play.
A play will bo. given some time in
February by tho Parent-Teacher's
Club to defray expenses of the re
freshments given at tho meetings and
to provido a working basis for any
other activity that they may attempt
This play is now well under wny under
the direction of Ira Rook. Regular
rehearsals are being held and a real
treat is promised when it is given. It
is a play of good quality and bristling
with humor from beginning to end.
The cast is wholly home, talent, some
of whom are: H. P. Gamphcr, Wm.
Philbin, Herbert Brown, Glen Doren,
Walter King, Alice Geltz, Helen
Gamphcr, Helen Baillet, Mrs. Ban
ning, Mrs. Algyre, Mrs. Williams,
Mrs. Langevin, and either Mrs. Fraut
schi, Mrs. Rhoades, or Miss Eberly for
a part not yet definitely assigned.
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16th,
1920, AT 12:30 P. M.
J, C. SOLETHER & SON
JERRY CITY, OHIO
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE
THE "SMILES" NURSE
Our Community Nurse, Miss Wilma
Kilmer, tells a littlo story which truly
happened here last month which goes
to show tho faith a child has.
Miss Kilmer was hurrying away
from the school where she spends the(
first two hours of the day. She had I
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of typhoid to bo bathed, a couple of
new babies to be attending to. She
scarcely knew which case really
needed her help first.
A frightened baby voice calling her
attracted her attention and waiting a
moment she realized something must
be very serious.
"Oh Biss Kilmer, come to our house
just as quick as you can," said the
child. She took tho wee girlies hand
and trudged on in the snow. Sud
denly a thought struck her. "What's
wrong at your home, dear?" "Oh,
nuise, my dollie failed down and
broked botlf her eyes out," was tho
reply. So you see she mends little
broken hearts too.
This year Cupid is not the only fixer.
Miss Kilmer was our community nurse
before she entered the field service in
France and upon her return from
abroad she came back to us. Her
smile is contagious. Otherwise she is
very cautious about germs. But she
is the treasurer of our Smile Club and
very kindly gives away each day mil
lions of smile germs, hoping that they
Save That Top!
We will make your Auto Top NEW,
Phone: Main 157
Dixie Garage PERRYSBURG, OHIO
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Bell Phone; Navarre 44G0
606 E. Broadway,
TOLEDO, - OHIO
may reach each home so that all Ross
ford will catch that good old disease
COURT HOUSE NEWS
The authenticated copy of record of
administrator of estate of Glenn M.
Baum, late of Fulton county, admitted
The third partial and final account
of Annie Fowler Amos, the guardian
of Julia Fowler et al has been filed for
Will of Harriet N. Pope has been
admitted to probate. Fred A. Pope
appointed executor and Joe Ryder,
Chas. Osterhout and Edward Ferris
appointed appraisers of estate.
Petition to complete con' i act for
purchaso of lands filed by Henry J.
Rudolph, executor vs. A. J. Dobbinger
Petition to complete contracts to
purchase of lands filed by Henry J.
Rudolph, executor vs. Lena Hartman
DeLaval Service Day, February
6th. Bigley's Hardware, Maumee,
Real Estate Bargains.
New house or 8 rooms with bath
and cellar, hardwood floors; in good
location and near car line; has gas and
New house of 7 rooms, with bath
and cellar, furnace, and modern in all
respects; also garage; close to car line.
Also some fine building lots on the
corner of 7th street and Louisiana ave
nue. These lots have gas, sewer, water
and electric lights. Lots 50x132,
Fine home on Second Btreot of 7
rooms and bath, eclar; modern in all
A. T. DE WLAND
5-rooms and bath, 3 closets, half
.collar, furnace, built-in cupboard; built
3 years; acre ground, or lot 117x
272; C blocks to car line. Price 4,000.
Large residence, 1 block to car lino
and river, on paved street, has hot
water heat, bath, toilet and stool up
and stool and stand down; full base
ment, large porch, 1 car garage, good
location. Price $6,000.
6-rooms and hall, 4 closets, built-in
buffet and cupboard, large lot, 77x272,
on 7th street near Cherry. Phico
6-rooms, lot 66x165, on 3rd street,
good location. Price $1,600.
80 acres, heavy timbered sand 1
miles to dairy, mile to stone road;
sell or trade. Price ?6,000.
83 acres, best of clay loam soil, fair
buildings, some fruit, on stone road,
best of school facilities, within 12
miles of center of Toledo; a bargain
for man wanting something good.
Also have other properties.
M. B. McFillen
('hone Main 229. 209 Went Fifth St
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The undersigned will offer at Public Auction, at his residence ou South Boundary
street in Perrysburg, just south of the Fremont Pike, on -
Tuesday, February 10th, '20
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described property, to-wit:
TWO HEAD OF-HORSES
Pair of Black Mares, well matched, weighing about 3,000 pounds, 9 years old
IMPLEMENTS AND FEED -
Osborne Binder, Osborne Mower, Sulky Hay Rake, Hay Tedder, good as new; Two-Horse Cultivator
Five-Shovel Cultivator, 3-inch Tire Birdsell Wagon, 4-inch Tire Low Wagon, 'with extra set of
new wheels; Hoosier Grain Drill, Single Corn Drill, Field Roller, Three "Walking Plows, Two
Harrows, Disc Harrow, Spring Tooth Harrow, Potato Digger, Shovel Plow, 1,000-Pound
Platform Scale, Corn Shelter, Hay and Beet Rack, Grain Box, Pair Bob Sleds, Open
Buggy, Top Buggy, Set of Double Harness, Set of Single Harness, Cutter, Bar
rel Churn, Ropes, Pulleys, Log Chains and many other articles
too numerous to mention on this bill.
r1E13'JRyjS All sums of $5.00 or less cash; sums over $5 00 a credit of 9 montlm will be given
-iIAWJ,0 if paid when, no Interest, if not paid when due 6 percent, interest will be charged
from date of sale. 3 per cent, discount for cash. Bankable notes required.
JOHN KOERBER, Prop.
JACOB SCHRAMM, Clerk
FRANK J. HARVEY, Auctioneer
HOT COFFEE AND LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON DURING THE SALE
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