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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
THE. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL',
a I. BLUB
Kntercd nt tlio Torryaburc rostofflco
an socond-clnss maltor.
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1913.
THE JOURNAL la dated Friday, but
the paper coca to preas every Thursday
afternoon nt 2 o'clock. In order thru it
mny reach Ha readers In various Iocpii
ties by Friday moraine.
Long Distance Toiopliono No. 21.
One dollar per year If paid In advance.
One dollar and lUty cents If Not paid In
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Toetry tnS
Resolutions of Respect are published at
tho rate of 6 cents per lino only. Thero
will be no deviation from this rule.
Japan is bo still, we may hear some
Tho honesty of ouo man is often
good policy for others.
Tho under dog wants no symptahy;
what ho wants is assistance.
Most of tho entries in tho human
race, aro also-rans.
' Tho man who doesn't get all that's
coming to him iB generally lucky.
Pugilists would bo justified in form
ing a uniou for tho sako of refusiug
to give Jack Johnson a card.
A woman hns as much excitement
in getting her fortuuo told as a man
has in making his.
Since thero is a shortage of beef,
people should eat loss veal and give
the calves a chance to grow up.
Now that tho army worm has ap
peared near St. Louis tho Secretary of
war should worry.
Cities that find bad spellers among
their school teachers may have to,
revive the idea of spelling reform in
Dissaproval of horse racing is at
least ono point on which the Queen of
England and tho militant suffragettes
Maine. objects to haying a three
blocked street named after her in
Washington, Still, Maine cannot ox
pect much from a Democratic admin
Ono can't help sympathizing with
the Ohio husband who, while admit
ting that his missing wife may have
been drowned, "fears" someone has
A fine instance of tho law of com
pensation is found in the fact that
Alfred Austin didn't live to read the
things that wore written about him
after he died,
The onormous increase of National
prosperity which the opening of the
Panama Canal will shortly bring may
cause the "money trust" to dissolve
from over work.
Lot 'em raise the price of beef as
long as the averago garden is going to
furnish him and his neighbor's chick
ens all they want for the next four
Mr Wilson made Mr. Bryan Secre
tary of State and then created the
editor Motcalt of the Commoner his
civil Governor of the Panama Canal
Zone. Wonder if ho is trying to
wreck Mr. Bryan's commoner.
There are plenty of fellows who
could teach a bettor school than those
who teach, preach a better sermon
than those who preach, who could
run a bettor business and publish
a bottor paper. Yes, tho woods aro
full of thorn, but they noithor teach,
preach, run a better business or
or publish a bottor paper. They are
like tho lilies of tho field, thoy toil
not, neither do thoy spin.
BRINGING UP CHILDREN
An exchange says that if a man
nau a mty dollar nun ho would lool
after it carefully and not let it have
tno run ot the town day and night.
But if he has children it is difforanr..
They, are turned loose at a tender
ago to go where -they will and do
what they please. People wonder;
where 'the groat nrmy of tramps,
ueau neats, gamblers and disreputabh
women come from. They are ger
minated from tho seed e-athored h
countless homes and sown broadcast
upon tho streets of our cities and
towns. Thero aro thousands of chil
dren who aro heading in that diro
tion who, as far as care is concerned,
aro not given equal showing with
Tho Toledo Beo inado tho tallowing
comment on tho mooting of Pollco
ohiofs in Washington: Chiof Bohrontlt,
of Lansing," Mich., causod somo
tonguo-wngging.at tho pow-wow of
polico chiefs itl Washington tho other
day when ho said that if thn mothers
of tho country paid moro attention to
their daughters thero would bo fewor
women in the undorworld. Asa twig
is bent tho troo is inclined. What is
your theory of twig-bending? Ouco .
on a timo thero was n pnront who bo
lioved that tho way to roar children
was to rule them by fear. Tho pet
weapon of discipliueiu that homo was
a lath with a nail in it. When a
young one did something that tho
parent didn't liko, out came tho lath
and there wnro threats of an awful
punishment. Result: Ono child, r
daughter, ran away with a good-far-uothing.
Ouo son became a souse.
Another son got away from homo as
soon as he could and under tho guid
ance of a kindly uncle became a fair
sort of a man. Tho lath anduail
policy did'nt score a. single victory.
Yo'i've no doubt mot mothers who
nre always fibbing to their offspring.
If they're going out to spend an oven
ing, they don't say so frankly; they
try to make tho little ones boliove that
tho absence is to bo only for a mora
ont, only while they go around tho
corner. How does this policy work?
Mrs. J. S. Brcotl of Detroit Is a
guest nt tho homo of Mr. nntl Mrs. C.
V. Kitlor this week.
Misses Gertrude and Linda Chnn-
man woro week-end guests of friends
at Cleveland and Lorain.
Mr. John La Farrce and .Mrs.
Frank Dlinn were called to Tccumsch,
Mich., by tho serious illness and death
of n sister, Mrs. W. Colo.
The Perrysburg base ball club will
give an ice cream social on tho corner
of Main and Second streets Friday
evening, Juno 27.
Mrs. Lcalhcrman and son Leigh
ton of Sylvania wore guests of Mrs.
Curtis and family Thursday of last
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mclntyro and
family of Dundee, Mich., and Miss
Daisy Davis were guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. J. Ilcsley Sunday.
Mr. Lambert Fink of Toledo and
Haymond Mooro of this place were
out llshlns? early Tuesday Morning and
caught eighteen fish.
Miss Ila Blinn was a guest at a
party given as a courtesy to Miss Cora
Duncan, a bride of this week, Friday,
June 20, at the home of Miss Gene
Thompson on Dorr street, Toledo.
P. M. Helfrich became the owt.er
of tho property now occupied bv the
Chapman & Sargent olllces on Front
street adjoining tho Journal oilice,
having purchased the same from Mr3.
Nettie Hamilton on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred llauman and
son Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ver-
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Isn't it truo that in the majority of land, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bisbce
cases the children find out that moth
er didn't tell the truth and decide
that if mother can fib, thoy can, too?
Then, again, thaio is the policy of
over'-fondnoss, of spoiling indulgence.
You know what that produces child
ren selfish and self-willed, nuisances
when young aud quito likely to become
rascals or menaces when grown up.
Just about as bad, judged by results,
is the policy of continual nagging; of
don't do this aud don't do that, don'ts
multiplied so habitually that none
havo any meaning and tho only con
sequence is a break down of parental
disipline. For children, liko older
folks lose respect for eternal naggers
and fault-finders. .Can you blame
them? Chief Borendt does a timely
'service in putting a whole lot of the
responsibility for girls going wrong
on careless or incapable mothers. The
host of flirty young euip3 on ovory
city street during tho summer evening
promenades, most of them bedaubed
with paint and powder and reckless
intheirpursuitofa mythical good timo
offer living proofs that many mothers
aro shirking their job. We don't
know that we've a patent prescription
for bringing up children. It's pretty
much an individual problem. But
if you think back to what you liked
best in your own childhood and apply
its lesson to your children, we guess
you wont be likely to go very far
wrong. You liked kindnoss and truth
fullness and appeals to your honor
best, didn't you? And down in your
heart you pretty generally knew that
however much it hurt, disipline given
sadly but firmly for a misdeed as to
which you had been fully warned was
not only deserved but also was a means
of adding to your respect for tho trus
ted one who administered it.
The White Lily Washing Machine
Is positivly the simplest, most compact and durable Electric Washer
made. It operates the wringer as well as the washer and is equipped
reverse lever to reverse the wnno-er should tlm
clothes bunch or sag. Before buying an electric machine, be sure to
see the White Lily. It is lower in price, yet superior in every way.
Try one and il you do not like it we will send and take it away.
J. DS Hardware) Qompany
Mrs. James La Farrce 'of Bowl
"ng Green was a recent guest of Mrs.
joorgo La Fnrree.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hcllon
and children of Toledo were week end
guests of Mr. Fred Ilegamaster and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hogamaster
and son DonnlJ left Thursday of this
week for a trip through the wesf. Thoy
will visit Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Clip
pinger at Chehalis, Washington, while
S. T. PHILLIPS.
VIOLINS FOR SALE.
of Toledo, were Sunday guests of Mr
Chris Bauman and family
Mrs. Josephine Crankcr left Sat
urday for Chicago, where she will
spend tho summer with relatives.
While en route she will visit her son,
Mr. Ed Cranker and wife, at Jackson,
Mrs. P. M. Helfrich celebrated
her C2nd birthday last week, and the
day was made pleasant by tho arrival
of all the children, who not only
brought good cheer but many valuable
presents, ono of which is of special
value to Mrs. Helfrich as it was a gift
from a little grand child, and is a rare
piece of embroidery, the child being
remarkably proficient in her work
which is truly artistic. The day was
spent in visiting with ah elegant din
nor seryed. The members of the fam
ily who wero present were Osmond
Helfrich and wife of Findlay, John
Woll, wife and daughter of Toledo,
Lloyd Mills and wife of Toledo, and
M rs.Sophie Bvown of JacksonYille.Fla.
It was a happy family reunion and
was enjoyed by all present.
The work of oiling Front Street is
now completed and is done in a much
better manner than heretofore. The
dressing is of asphalt oil and is so ap
plied that it will be only a few days
until it is well driea and will then
prove a certain dust reducer and will
keep the street in much better con
dition. The work was done under the
personal direction of T. M. Farmer,
the Toledo Manager of tho Standard
Oil Company, and Tom made a special
effort to have the work well done.
Farmers who havo been in tho habit
of paying their help at tho end of tne
season, when tho crops woro settled
for, must pay twice a month hereafter.
All othor people who hire help of nny
kind must pay twice each month.
Tho now law recently passed by tho
legislature is very specific on this
point, and thero is no getting around
it in any way bv any side agreement,
as tho terms of the enactment aro
vary specific indood,and admit to ap
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Every family without exception
should keep this preparation nt hand
during the hot weather of tho sum
mer months. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
worth many times its cost when need
ed and is almost certain to ho needed
before tho summer is oyer. It has no
superior for the purposes for which it
la intended. Buv it now. For sale by
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Bowling Green, Ohio
Imported Draft Horses
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that until tho
10th day of July, 1913, 1 t. m.. seal ml
bids will bo received at the office of
the Clerk of tho Board of TC1nfir,
for the furnishing of 80 tons (more or
less) of suitable coal for tho Township
Boai'd reserves tho right to reject
any and all bids.
S. T. PHILLIPS,
Clerk Bd. of Ed.
"When a bit of sunshine hits ye,
Alter passing oi a cloud,
When a bit of laughter gits ye
An' ye'r spine is feeling proud,
Don't fergit to up and fling it ,,
At a ioul that's feelin blue,
For the minit that you sling it
It's a boomerang to you."-
Fling and order at us and see us smile.
Yours to command,
THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO.
E, L. CLAY, Manager
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i Perrysburg, O.
; SHINGLES I
to If you want 'em we've got 'em to
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Natural Colors, no stain, dye or paint
added to your
We give you
I have on my farms 2 1-2 Tmiles west of Perrysburg, on
the River Road, a very fine assortment of i.nported, registered
Belgian and Shire mares and stallions.
The mares nro all with foal from high g rado registered English and Bel
gian Stallions. Thev aro all very nicely acclimated and are as good breeding
stock us can bo found in tho country.
Thoy are strongly built, heavily
muscled, wide of chest, clean Hat bono,
and all-round prime blooded stock.
There avo none betterr for breeding
It costs no more to raise good stock
than common grades. Thorefore why
not havt I ho best.
To appi elate the beauty, weight
and strength of these animals you
must see tin m on thol arms.
The Srl A LLIONS (Belgian
and Shire) will be for service
until sold. FEE 20.00 toMn-
and Driving Horses
I also have somo combination rid
lng and driving horses which took
prizes at the Chicaoo ilousis Snow
last November. Also somo yery
lino WELSH PONIUS with English
harness and carts.
AH of these, are offered for
sale atfyery low prices, con
sidering the high quality of
Also have a smaller type Shire Stallion. Fee, $12.00.
W. J. LEWIS
Lewis Manor Farms, Perrysburg.
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