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,fH PEftRV8BUtto. JoUANALi
PUBLISHED BVHBY FttlDAY.
B. I.. BLTrtJ
Editor.
Entered nt the Perrysburff Postoftlco
as socond-class matter.
TUB JOUnNAIi 1b dftlcd Friday, but
the paper boos to press every Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, In order that it
may roach Its rcadcrB In various tocMI
tlos by Friday mornlntr.
Long Dlstanco Toloptaono No. 21.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES.
One dollar per year If paid In advat.ee.
One dollar and fifty cents If Not paid In
advance.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry ShS
Resolutions of Kcspcct are published ai
tho rato of 6 cents por line only. There
will bo no deviation from this rule.
FIHIIAY, SEI'TKMIIEK 151, 1012.
RKPUIUjICAX TICKET
President
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Vice-President
JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN
Governor
GEN. F. D. DROWN,
Franklin County.
Lieutenant Governor
nEECHER WALTERMIER,
Muskingum County.
Congressinan-at-Largc
L. IC. LANG DON,
Warren County.
Secretary of State
JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
Columbiana County.
Auditor of State
12. M. FULLINGTON,
Union County.
Treasurer of State
RUDY W. ARCHER,
Belmont County.
Attorney General
F. T. EAGLESON,
Guernsey County.
Judges of Supreme Court
(Two Years.)
LOUIS II. WINCH,
Cuyahoga County.
JAMES I. ALLREAD,
Darke County.
noard of Public Works
WILLIAM KIRTLEY. JR..
Defiance County.
W. W. MELLHARD,
Hamilton County.
Dairy and Food Commissioner
T. L. CALVERT,
Clark County.
Public School Commissioner
JOHN W. ZELLER,
Hancock County.
Clerk of Supreme Court
THOMAS J. EDWARDS,
Allen County.
Congress
HOLLAND C. WEBSTER
COUNTY TICKET
Representative
J. C. SOLETHER
Auditor
CHARLES E. STINEBAUGH
Probate Judge
CHARLES R. NEARING
Clerk of Courts
ROBERT DUNN
Prosecuting Attorney
CHARLES S. HATFIELD
Sheriff
FRANK HOLLENBECK
Treasurer
' H. J. RUDOLPH
Commissioners
JOHN ISCH
LESLIE STACY
J. H. WOLLAM
Surveyor
J. F. GALLIER
Recorder
JOHN W. LYONS.
For Coroner,
DR. J. C. WETHERILL
Tho recall of the umpire would be
all right In cases where his decisions
were most favorable to the opposing
team.
A Norwegian claims to have in
vented a boat that even a boat rocker
cannot upset. What's the use? Only
leaves more work for.the fool killer.
Tho government contemplates mak
ing money shorter, which may appeal
to thoso who are long on cash, but at
tho present time our money Is alto
gether too short for comfort.
During tho past few days of pleas
ant weather It Is a question in the
mind of the man who has plenty of
tlmo on his hands whether he will go
Ashing or watch the work on the
Main street Improvement.
When wo observe the ruthless
manner in which many people cut
and mutilate old shade trees, we con
clude thoso people have a very low
estimate of tho real value of a tree
that has boon forty or fifty years
growing.
Urban users of tho new parcels
post system to bo started January 1
aro likely to receive noisy mail when
tho delivery begins, of live chickens,
rabbits and other country products.
Fresh eggs and country butter will
also bo handled through tho parcels
post. This Is no dream of cheaper
cost of living, but will bo a reality
under tho now law, which Is designed
to put tho producer into direct com
munication with tho consumer. It
will cut out tho grocer's proilt, but
will not reduce tho price to tho con
sumer, who will find himself paying
tho same old prlco no matter whoro
ho may mako his purchase. General
farm and garden produce comes un
der tho law. Tho government not
only will carry these things but an In
demnity will bo provided for their
loss or damage In transit.
L LOCAL MEWS'?
Mr. W. M. Grant, of Michigan,
wns tho guest nt tho I. N. Wnrd homo
Inst week.
Mrs. Chester Canllold and chil
dren, of Texas, aro guests of Dr. Can
llold and family.
Miss Ruth Klmcs, of Wnuseon,
spent Wodnesdny with Mr. Frank
Hlllabrand and family.
Joslo Lindsay and John Lindsay,
of Toledo, woro Sunday guests of J.
H. Lindsay and family.
Mrs. David Main and Mrs. H. M.
Hoover spent Thursday with Mrs.
Johnson of Bowling Green.
Miss Marie Simmons Is spending
the week with her unolo Geo. D.
Schrnuni and family In Toledo.
Mrs. Carrie Lowry and daughter,
Mrs. Cnhill, of Toledo, were Sunday
guests of Mrs. II. L. Curtis and
family.
Miss Josephine Drops, of Dr.
Botts Hospital, of Toledo, spent sev
eral days -with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Eckel, Jr. ,
Miss Bess Van
guest of Mrs. C. W.
Hcllon was tho
Robinson, Wed-
ncsdny evonlng,
her honor.
who entertained In1
Mr. P. F. Pfloster returned
Tuesday to his homo in Cleveland
alter a live weeks visit with Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roddtng,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hnrtsing, of Toledo,
and Miss I. L. Hall, of Cleveland,
visited C. J. Hnrtsing and family Sun
day. "
Mrs. Ed Thornton and Mrs. D.
Van Helleh attended tho style lec
ture given by Madame Savarle at tho
Valentino theatre Wednesday nfter
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Munger,
and daughter, Elizabeth, and Miss
Mario Munger were at Cedar Point
last week during tho C. M. B. A.
comentlon.
On Friday afternoon last, Mrs.
Charles L. Maddy charmingly enter
tained at her home on N. Second
street, In honor of her guest, Mrs.
Edward Churchill, ot Texas.
Mr. Henry Asthmus and family
of Huskins, Mr. Geo. Snyder and
wlfo and Mr. Lawrence Rider, 'of
Rico Road spent Sunday with Albert
Kaznialer and family.
Mrs. David Main entertained In
honor of Miss Weddoll of Los Ange
les, California, on Wednesday after
noon. The occasion was one of much
pleasure to Miss Weddoll's friends
who were honored by the hostess.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Miss Lober at her homo on Main
street, opposite the school building,
Tuesday, Sept. 17th, at 2:30 p. m.
A full attendance is desired and a
cordial Invitation extended to all.
The big papers say that Anna
Gould (Princess Do Sagau) is feeling
very sad over the, fact that her IasL
baby by her last husband Is not and
never will be a prince, and that she
has just learned that the titlo her
latest husband Is supposed to bear
has long since ceased to exist. We
are very sorry, Anna, but cheer up,
the dlfllculty is easily remedied. You
are still rich and sulllciently young to
overcome such trifles. All you need
do Is get another divorce, get another
husband and get another baby. You
have the money and the youth, and
while It may take a llttlo time and
effort, It will keep you busy and you
should not begrudge the time.
Housekeeper Wanted for fam
ily of three. Refined widow of middle
atje preferred. Good wages, light
work, good home offered to right per
son. Address A. P. B., 01!) Nicholas
Bulldlncr, Toledo. 20a
A ten pound baby boy arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schaller on Monday, September 2.
Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Shurtz of
Homeland, Ga., were the Wednesday
guests of Mrs. W. H. Pratt and daugh
ter, Mrs. J. F. Poor.
ASSESSMENT DUE.
The Mausoleum being constructed
In Fort Meigs Cemetery by thcModern
Mausoleum Construction Co. is well
under way on the sidn walls, therefore
the second assessment becomes duo.
CEMETERY TRUSTEES.
ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOLS
The following is tho enrollment In
the different grao.es of the village
schools;
First-Mrs. Eugenia Chapman 67
Second Mibs Bertha Hlllebrand 37
Third -Miss Ola Hartshorn 48
Fourth Miss Ada Mungor 38
Fifth-Miss Lillian Broka 3D
Sixth Miss Anna Roethor 31
Seventh Mi-s Eva Zingg 80
Eighth Miss Luella Graham 24
Ilign School -Miss Hazel Coberly,
Miss Martha Maize, D. A. Haylor....07
'fins makes an enrollment of 377
which Is 08 por cent of the enumera
tion of this village district.
The first grado has been dlyided into
two sections, each attending one halt
day. This arrangement will give bet
ter results than all tho fifty-seven be
ing present through both seasons,
Mrs. D. Van Hollort Was tho
guest of Mrs. Jonnlo Baughman of
oledo, Friday.
Mrs. D. Van Hollon wns tho
guest of Mrs. Will Crnnkor and Mrs.
Susan Thornton of ltolodo, Tuosdny.
Word comes from Bowling
Green that J. H. McMahnn, familiarly
known as "Heck Mac," was stricken
with paralysis on Saturday and was
unconscious until midnight. Ho
was much Improved Monday but on
account of his ngo, 84 years, his com
plete recovery Is doubtful.
I Edwin L. Clay, son of Mayor
Ulliy, U.)UUIM IU HliUL lur nil tun uoi-
loge, on Sunday, Jn which ho hopes
to take tho full courso and prepare
himself for his future work. Edwin
Is starting out with good habits nnd
plenty of ability and wo believe ho
Will prove himself a worthy repre
sentative of old P. H. S.
On Monday evening Mr. and
Mrs. John Iloffmnn entertained n
party of friends in honor of Miss
Bertha Hellmnn, a brldo of October.
Cards, music nnd refreshments were
features of tho entertainment and
Miss Hellmnn was tho recoplent of
many compliments nnd congratula
tions upon her approaching nuptials.
After over two years service, Mr.
Hayes Croinwoll has severed his con
nection with tho Journal nnd has
gone to his homo town, McClure,
where ho Is engaged as teacher of the
Eighth grade In tho public schools.
Mr. Cromwell leaves the Journal with
tho best wishes of tho olllco and a
hope that his futuro may bo pleasant
and successful. IJe Is capable and
worthy.
A number of friends and neigh
bors of Mrs. J. F. Byrne completely
surprised her on September G. Her
birthday being August 31, It wns
postponed, as Mr. and Mrs. Byrne
weie at Columbus that week. All
came with well iilled baskets and
were prepared to take dinner with
them. The hostess quickly recovered
from tho shock, and proceeded to"
make it as pleasant as possible for
the guests, and about 5 o'clock Ice
cream and cake were served. Those
piesent were: Mrs. Andrew Kaz
nialer, Mrs. Chas. Crusie and' son
William, Mrs. Lawrence Rider and
son Clifford, Mrs. Edward Frusher
and daughter Frances, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Frusher, Mrs. Chas. Frusher,
iurs. ueorgo ue verna, Mrs. W. G.
Taylor, Mrs., Calvin Whitaker, Mrs.
H. L. Schroder, Mrs. E. J. Spllkcr,
Mrs. Frank Shinew, Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Byrne and John Byrne, Mr. and
Mrb. Chester Byrne.
LINEX SHOWER.
As a courtesy to Miss Bess Vnn
Hollen, an October bride, Miss Mar-J
gery uavy entertained dolichtfullv
with a linen shower at her home on
linker street. Toledo. Wednesdav
evening. An elaborate two course
supper was served which was enjoyed
by the following guests: Mrs. Min
nie Friar, -Mrs. Bert Lange, Mrs.
Stan Snider, Mrs. D. Van Hellen, Mrs.
Will Cranker, Miss Myrtle Hansen,
Miss Olive Wlnzeler, Miss Margery
Davy, Miss Edyth Whlttlngham, Miss
uess van ueuen.
Cures baby's croup, Willie's daily
cuts and bruises, mamma's soro
throat, grandma's lameness Dr.
Thomas Eclectrio Oil the great
household remedy.
Members of the provisional com
mittee of the Progressive nartv nt
Wood county met last Friday night1
In the office of Attorney C. R. Painter !
in Bowling Green, and agreed uponj
the appointment of a number of
members of the permanent commit-1
tee. The committee will meet next
Saturday afternoon to decide tho
question of the nomination of a coun-i
ty ticket. I
THREE TONS
The Dice of God are
State Fair Sets New
The world -"applauds the winner
and the record-breaker. Tho State
Fair Is both. By leaps and bounds
It grows In popularity It gains. In
attendance it went beyond expecta
tions. In quantity and quality of ex
hibits It surpassed all predecessors.
Tho present grounds aro no longer
adequate. Over 500 cars were used
In bringing exhibits. Tho President
nnd tho prlvato citizen touched el
bows within Its gates.
Over G.000 pounds of silver were
paid In admissions. Receipts from
all sources total $20,000 more than
ever before. Good humor prevailed.'
Everybody wns satisfied Tho man In
ueiyuouy was satiB leu. ino man in
tho moon worked nights. Every do-
partment was complete. The vast
CIDER!
The Moline Cider Mill will commence running on
Tuesday, September 3, 1912
and will be in operation every Tuesday and Wednesday the
entire season,
JOHN ISCH,
Moline,
ffi, ,
INDIVIDUAL
Tin Fruit Cans 30c
melting Sealing Wax
if
8
of these Irons and give it a trial,
got along without one.
1 TH J.
MARRIED.
On Monday, September 2, 1912, at
Davenport, Iowa, J. L. Moran of that
city and Miss Nellie May Croft of
Porryshurg were united in marriage.
They spent .a few days In Perrys
burg visiting relatives, and returned
to Davenport, whoro they will mnko
their futuro home.
Many friends in Pcrrysburg extend
cordal congratulations.
WEI) IN CHURCH.
With nuptial high maBS Rev. T.
M. Redding, pastor of St. Joseph's
church, united in bonds of wedlock
yesterday1 morning Miss Agnes,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hol
land, of Maumee, and Theodore, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Iuman, Sr.,
of Perrysburg. Miss i Alma Holland
and Mr. Frank Inman, sister nnd
brother of the brldo and groom, re
spectively, were attendants.
The ceremony was performed In
the presence of a large number of
fi lends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Inman will reside in
Perrysburg, going immediately to
housekeeping. Prankish friends dec
orated the wedding carriage with all
sorts of placards as it left tho church
with the bridal party. Maumee Ad
vance. FROfl A STRICTLY
SANITARY.POINT.
You will do well to send your
family wash to us. Consider these
reasons:
First, we laundry your clothes in
clean, sanitary surroundings.
Second, we laudry them by a pro
cess that is scientifically perfect. It
really disinfects as well as cleanses
your clothes.
Third, you know when your
clothes are sent to us they are not
being worn by any one.
Fourth, the cost is not what it
wpuld be to have a wash woman
.come to our home and do it.
TRY US. "
Look for our auto every Tuesday
and Friday, or better yet phone
Berry's restaurant, they will take
your order and we will make the
call. '
HOMB STEAM LAUN
DRY.
Bowling Green,
Ohio.
OF MONEY
Always Loaded
High Water Mark.
crowds were orderly. Every officer
wns on duty at proper tlmo and place.
Unpleasat Incidents did not happen.
Words of praiso wero heard on every
side.
Tho State Fair advertising brought
larger crowds to Columbus than over
before. There was no confusion. The
Fair started on time. Every detail
' of tho program was kept to the
' minute.
Doing away with tho free-pass
curse has won respect and support.
1 An Increase of over 20 per cent in
both attondanco and exhibits' Is .tho
8tory' Demands for oxhlbtt space noxt.
year havo alreadv ueen made, This
iB a now lndlcaUon of tho Browth and
succoss of Ohio's Big Exposition.
Thanks.
Ohio.
ALUMINUM DRINKING
5 and ioc each
per doz.
ioc each.
Apple Parers 75c each. Ladles for
Electric Sad Irons $4.50. Take one
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Wo take this means ot notifying you that MR. J. W. COPE
has taken the place made vacant by MR. WM. CHARLES, whoi
we are sorry to Bay, has been enticed lo othor fields.
We feel that tho only way that we can compensate for Mr.
Charles loss is by putting in his place a man like Mr. Cope, a man
in whom we havo confidence and whom we know you cannot help
but like.
We hope Vou will come in and mako your initial call on him
in tho near future and wo want you to feel then and always that
his services, as well as the services of our entire organization are
always at your service.
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Why Particular People Prefer
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Every loaf is carelujly wrapped In air and dust proof
parchment paper when it leaves the oven, coming to you
clean, fresh, wholesome. Try a loaf tomorrow.
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$ WASHED AND CRUSHED GRADED GRAVEL to
to High Grade Washed Sand in any quantity i
J WATER PROOF GRAVE VAULTS JjJ
$ The Elks Builders Supply Co.
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Horseshoeing a Specialty
All interfering horses stop here.
AH kinds of repair work neatly done,
is years experience. All work guaranteed.
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