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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL',
PUBLISHED EVERY rBIDAT. B. L. BLUE Editor. Entered at the PorryliurK Vostofflce aa gtoond-olag matter. FRIDAY, APRIL, 25, ipij. THE JOUUNAli la dated Friday, but iA i- nn. n nnn nvnrv Thursday I'if.ZXZ St '&BV.ln order thnt It ma much Its roadora In various tits by Friday mornlne. Long Distance Telophono No. 21. locell- SUBSOBIPXION BATES. One dollar per year If paid In advowee. One dollar and fifty cents If Not paid Id advance. SPECIAL NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry s.h5 Ttesolutlona of Rcspoot aro published at the rate of 6 cents per lino only. There will be no deviation from this rule. It is now thought possible that Goneral Huorta and General Diaz of Mexico may start another rovolu tion, and thoso who have boon watch ing the Moxico nowB aro much in clined to hope they may do so, and that each may succeed in killing tho other, and that tho same process may continue untill tho last Mexican on earth may becomo tired of being a Mexican and will oat bo many hot "tamolo," that ho may dry up and blow away, and then, perhaps, there may bo peace in Mexico provided there are no "pieces" loft to be resurrected. After several days of anguish, much uao of smelling salts and over working of feminine epithets that are used in lieu of tho musculin'o cuss words, Mrs. William F. Story was elected President of the great high class and blue blooded society of the Daughters of tho American Revolu tion. And now that this great event is over wo may expect to hear of num erous stately dames going to Europe to save themselves from nervous pros tration. This "blue-blood" Btuff is awful on tho nerves. The editor of the Maumee Advance haB movod into his new home and gives his readers a pleasing story of how it happened and how it seems to bo under his own "vine and fig tree." We congratulate Bro. Pomeroy,and hope that pleasant homo may be Lis "castle of happiness" for many years, and that surrounded by his loved ones, he may pass on down the stream of life with Joy, Hope and Peace as his constant companions. HOME COMING WEEK. It was a great pleasure to rccelvca visit from Shelly and Ernest G. Miller, last week. They came from St. Jo seph, Mo., and Denver, Col., respect ively, and were much interested in tho advancement of Pcrrysburg and the welfare of Pcrrysburg people, and while hero were much intercst6d in the evidences of organized effort in tho upbuilding of Porrysburg, nnd suggested that, aB the Porry Center nial was to be celebrated in this sec tion this fall, that it would bo a splen did time and occasion for holding a Homo Coming Week in Pcrrysburg. Thoy spoko of many people who would undoubtedly make a special effort to got back to the old home town for that week, and suggested that there js probably no town in Ohio that could bring together a larger party of "wanderers" who would gladly come for tho purpose of visiting tho old town and again meeting the many others who aro also located elsewhere. They suggested that this might bo a good project for tho Civic Associa tion to take up at once and commence the preliminary work of advertising the scheme. PASSED THE BORDER DUY AT-HOME. As Spring approaches and the homo needs are made apparent, it is quite proper that the citizen should investi gate the home purchasing possibilities before going to tho city. With (his point it view it should bo remembered that the A. C. Fuller & Sons' store is provided with a large stock and of the best that the market affords. Most goods are purchased direct from factories and therefore tho prices are right. Their lines of goods are the same as are found in tho best stores in all over the country, and among many others embrace: Mentor Comfort Underwear, Auto Coat Shirts, Goodyear Rubbers (firsts only). The Star Brand Shoes are guaran teed by the manufacturers to this firm. Their Tailor-Made Clothes fit as well as merchant tailors' and are way below in price. In fact, it is wise to trade in Perrys burg with A. C. Fuller & Sons. b a It's all right now. Bill and Champ have shook hands and forgiven each other for the naughty words they said. They buried tho hatchet, but left the handle sticking out, ready for tho next pow wow. SoundB almost like news from the Balkans. We shall not despair of the of the country, however, until the President appears before congress to recite "Curfew shall not ring tonight," The face on tho Bar room floor." or Perhaps congress intends to en force the distribution of aweetness and light to consumers, the sugar growers to furnish the sweetness and the Standard Oil Company the light. A wiso wife is one who pretends to be asleep when hubby cornea in at 2 o'clock in the morning and knocks o ver tho furniture. Two o'clock is a poor time for effective argument. After many days of illness, Mrs. C. F. Chapman, passod away at her homo on Front Btreot in Perrys burg, on Tuesday afternoon, April 22, 1918, ngod G8 years, 8 months and 9 days. Misa Philinda P. Traoy was born in Bowling Groen, July 18, 18-14, and was united in marriage with 0. F. Chapman Deo. 4,1867. Tho following year thoy located on their farm in Milbury whoro thoy resided until January, 1888, when thoy moved to Porrysburg. She was the daughter ot Joseph Rex Tracy ono of tho pionoer citizens of Wood county Tho members of tho family surviv ing aro the husband and four children Mrs. Charles P. Champhoy, Charles F. Chapman, Jr., Miss Gortrudo and Miss Linda Chapman. Bosides the family, Mrs. Chapman leaves three brothers, Dr. James. L Tracy, Thomas H.Tracy and Marcena R. Tracy of Toledo. The funeral services will be held at the residence Thursday afternoon, April 24, at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E. J. Webster of Porrysburg, and Dr. Whitlock of Toledo. Mrs. Chapman was an earnest and consistent member of tho Methodist Church, a lady of character and high ideals, ever ready to minister to the welfare of the needy and distressed, whose charities and kindnesses to those less fortunate have endeared her to the hearts of manv who now deeply'deplore the passing of a con scientious, faithful, christian, woman, a devoted, lovable wife and mother. " It matters not at what hour of the day The righteous fall asleep ; death can not come The less of this cold world, the more of J Additional LOCdl. Heaven Tue briefer life, the earlier immor tality." WHITE LILY ELECTRIC WASHER Operates from any electric light socket at a cost of less than 2 cents per hour. This machine is positively the simplest, most com pact and durable Electric Washer made. It operates the wringer as well as the washer and is equipped with instan taneous reverse lever to reverse the .wringer should the clothes bunch or snag. Before buying an electric machine, be sure to see the White Lily. It is lower In price, yet superior in every way. J. Davis) Hardware Company JTO 35 B9 I The Life Of Your Collars dosen't depend so much on the guality of linen they contain ag it does on tho way they are handled. It you give us your laundrv the life of your oollarswilt be increased threefold. Our n ew improved machinery launders your collars without breaking or stretching them, retains their or iginal color and "newness" which is so much demanded by good dressers. Give us vour next bundle, HOME STEAM LAUNDRY Bowling Green, Ohio. A Susquehanna fisherman reports sighting a mermaid nnd a double end or turtle In ono afternoon. Wo envy tho bait he used. Tho best men aro not In public life, Bays a Now York woman. And not a tow men will agree with her. aaessifsaasssaesaaaaas-a. April Showers Bring May Flowers. Jj President Wilson, like many a man beforo him is learning the difference between theorizing about the tariff and trying to pass a bill which will put the theories into practice, Postmaster's General Burleson's inability to locate more than a hun dred available jobs brings again to notice the pressing need of additional cabinet officers. " Wo aro kept busy," says Worth, the man milliner "creating to meet the demand of tho American women." Same here Mr. Worth, same herel Suffragetto insurance may develop into large annex to the life, fire, cyclone and casualty insurance business. When thoy hit the United States tho Mexican bordor fighters are firing at a pretty big target. , Havo thoy put congress on BenchoB so schoolmaster Wilson will feel at homoT Say that man Wilson has-a with .him. He makes Teddy like an amateur. way look Elmer and Helen Fuller and John and Bertha Vermilya spent Sunday at the Art Museum in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Liebherr entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Scheider of Perrvs burg Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Ziss and son Merlin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lieb herr Sunday. Frank Keil and Charles Walker were callers in Bowling Green Sunday. George Perkins and Dorsey Ward were callers in Toledo Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dauer enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dauer at Sundav dinner. The social which was held at Dun bridge Friday evening for the benefit of the Alumni association was a suc cess. A programme and selling of boxes were the chief features. The proceeds were $10.60. Misses Inez and Kuby Walker en tertained Misses Margaret Thompson 1 Edith Mazey, Jessie Placo and Mr. George Perkins Sunday. Callers at the same home in the ovening were Mr. Philip Ziss. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Liebherr and sons Alfred and Elmer. Miss Bertha Yermilya entertained ila Ward and Helena Fuller Wednes day evening. Miss Lydia Heyman spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs, Will Hoyman. Bev. Conklin of Toledo preached Sunday morning at Sugar Bidge and evening at Dunbridge, Arnold Dauer, Walter Eupp and Harold Dauer each took an auto load of Haskins High School pubils over to Rudolph Friday to a field day meeting. All reported a fine time. Misa Bermce Mazey was entertain ed at the John Kilmer home Sunday. Ralph and Marjorlo Wallace of Scotch Bidge spent Friday evening with friends at Dunbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perkins enter tained Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fuller and family at supper Monday evening. Mr. Charles Asmusand son sprayed trees for Ben Liebherr Wednesday. John Olige and Lizzie Upperman were married Saturday. Both are highly respected citizens of Haskins. miss .Elsie ana Aurella welman en tertained Dora Welman and Anna Opperman Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armitage are tho proud parents of a baby. boy. Mother and babe are doing nicely. Mrs. Ben Leibherr was a caller in Perrysburg Friday afternoon. Horace Brown who was injured while blowing stumps 1b recovering. Wayne and George Walker enter tained Lawernce Sutton Saturday. Cough Medicine for Children. Too much care cannot be used in selecting a couch medicine for chil dren. It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and bt, most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. For sale by all dealers. Paul Veitch of Belmore, spent Sunday with his cousin, Kenneth Veitch, in Perrysburg. A baby boy arriyed at tho home of D. R. Acklin of the Nilka farm west of Perrysburg, on Monday last and daddy Acklin's smile resembles the rainbow in gorgeousness and that's some smile. THE MORGAN MEETINGS The Evangelical meetings being held by Dr. J. M. Morgan in the town hall are well attended, and much in terest seems manifested. The doctor is a live wire and doesn't permit a' mo ment to be wasted during the meet ings. Dr. Morgan has seen much of. the world and Its ways and his efforts to advise and admonish his hearers how to live that life may be the better and tho final reward greater, has had good effect in many places and if we are to judge by the numbers who are attend ing his meetings, there will be much goodresult from bis work in Perrysburg. ONLY ONE "BEST" Perrysburg People Give Credit Where Credit it Due. (?) (0 ih ift) (0 m 9 ft it it They also bring mud, slush and very busy times lor all. That makes hauling a hard job. Don.t wait lor the spring rains. If you are going to build, or make repairs that will require lumber, get it now, while tho roads are still passable and prices are as low as they possibly can be for a long time to come-. We are prepared .for you with an exceptionally fine ($j stock ol high grade, bohe-dry lumber and building material oi all kinds. iv. Our Prices Will Please You. j it) . M Hi THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. jg to Perrysburg, O. E. L. CLAY, Manager J) DAD FORGOT HIMSELF. Willie Say, pa, you ought to see the men across the street raise a house on jacks. Pa (absently) Impossible Willie. You can open on jacks, but a man is a fool to try 'to raise on them er I mean, it must have been quite a sjght. The Mothers 'Favorite. A cough medicine for children should be harmless; It should, bo pleasant to take. It should be effect ual. Chamberlains' Cough Remedy is all of this and is the mothers' favor ite everywhere. For sale by all deal ers. People of Perrysburg who suffer with weak kidneys and bad backs want a kidney remedy that can be de pended upon. Doan's Kidney Pills is a medicine for the kidneys only, and one that is backed by willing testi mony of Perrysburg people. Here's a case: Mrs W. B. Phillips, Sixth St., Perrysburg, Ohio, says: "I know from personal experience that. Doan's Kid ney Pills are a reliable kidney medi cine. Last winter I was in bad shape from disordered kidneys. My back ached and often sharp pains darted from my kidneys to ail parts of u.y body. Other symptoms of Kidney complaint annoyed me and finally when Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention, I began using them. They brought prompt and satisfactory relief." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. tf id & 14 to to to SHINGLES em If you want 'em we've got Flexible, Asphalt, Slate and Granite (? (0 w Red and Green Natural Colors, no stain, dye or paint Art, Character and Wealth added to your home. You take no chance. We give you an Unconditional Guarantee The Elks Builders Supply Co. vtt fhone Blue 41 rtKKiaDUhb (0 RAISE IN WAGES. The employes of the Maumee Valley R. & L. Co. were pleased to be re warded a raise in wages, which makes a material increase in their bi-monthly pay envelopes. The boys aro certain ly worthy the raise they received. M- 1 L if 77 0 f! HHi IV: u r : ii. .mfciftzs. its mm jjjj And Let's Settle the p jjj Light Problem jj IlM She: "We want the most healthful light. fill Indigestion g3&aw- Tho namo Doan'B inspires confix denco Doan's Kidney Pills for kid ney ills. Ddan'a Ointment for skin itching. Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative. Sold at nlldrug stores, For Burns, Bruises and Sores. The quickest and surest cure for burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflamma tion and all skin diseases is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In four days it cured L. H. Haflin, of Iredell, Tex., of a soro on his ankle -which nained him so he could hardly walk. ' Should be in ov-1 ery house. Only 2Cc. Recommended ' by C. P, Champney, j DO YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cared, permanently cared so that you can eat any kind of food that you crave? It has been done not only once, but in almost every case when Cham berlains Tablets are used. An instance: Mr. J. Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over $2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma nently cured by these tablets. -w fww PH Wmk He: ffil She mm He: f(jfi She WU He: H She mi' He: I lit y z Vn I kbi She: WJ& He: Wm She Wm "We want the most healthful light. "Yes and of course that's electric light. "And we want the most beautiful light "That's electric light too. "And the safest light. "Electric light is the only safe light. "And the most convenient light. "Well the most convenient things I know are the telephone, telegraph, street cars, push buttons and they are all electric. "And we want the light that will be the most economical. "Yes in the long run that, surely, is electric light. "In other words we want Edison IIP I ji THESE LAMPS ARE FOR SALE BY HB II Valley Light & Power Co. Hi ijjl Maumee, Perrysburg Wm J 9 a vyvwz, ""'iLS.