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fwiippf FPT'W1? ffawsspnffr I l PERRYSBURG JOURNAL V VOL. LXI-ED. L. BLUE, Polisher. PEBETSBUEG, WOOD CO., 0,, PEIDAY, JULY 26, 1013. $1.00 IN ADVAHOE-HO. 22 I.V Iv l R. P. BARTON, UNDERTAKER CPEMYSBimii,fiiifl Both Phones Main Twenty-seven. LOST TWO GAMES Perrysburg Defeated By Overlands No- 2 and Chippewa Indians. SILVER ANNIVERSARY Of Branch No. 29 C. M. B. A. Will Be Celebrated Sunday. V In a slow uninteresting game Perrysburg was defeated Sunday by ' the score of 8 to 6 by the Overland's No. 2 of Toledo. The outfielders of both teams played ' fairly good ball, but tho inficldcrs made many costly errors of the rank est kind, when errors meant runs for the visiting team. Much kicking was made as usual on the work of Smith who acted as um pire for no matter who the umpire is there are a few sore heads who always want to knock. Following is the game by innings: First Inning. f Overlands Henning grounded to Pringlc, Pringle to Leydorf, Henning out Stick grounded to Finch, Finch to Leydorf, Stick safe on Leydorf's fumble. George grounded to Ed. Ca node forcing Stick at second. Price out on grounder tp Leydorf. Perrysburg Finch grounded to Ellf, Ellf to Eaton, Finch out. A Har per grounded to Price, Price to Eaton, Harper out. Ryder base on balls. H. Harper struck out. Second Inning. Overlands Ellf singled through A, Harper. Wallace out on grounder to Leydorf. Carp out on grounder to Leydorf. Eaton grounded to Ed. Ca- node, Canode to Leydorf, Eaton out. Perrysburg Ed. Canode grounded, safe on error by Eaton. Kopp ground ed to Carp, Carp to Eaton, Kopp out. Ed. Canode stole second and took third on Carp's throw to first. Ley dorf run on third strike. Leydorf out on attempt to steal second, Canode scored. Noble fouled to Eaton. One run. Third Inning. Overlands Whitney hit by pitched ball. Henning grounded to Finch, Finch to Ed. Canode, Whitney safe on second on error by Ed. Canode. Stick grounded to Pringle advancing Whit ney and Henning, Stick safe on first on Pringle's error. George doubled to right center scoring Whitney and Hen ning. Price hit by pitched ball. Ellf doubled scoring Stick and George, Price out at home plate. Wallace out on fly to Noble. Carp grounded to A. Harper, Carp safe on first on error by Leydorf. Eaton struck out. Four runs. Perrysburg Pringle base on balls. Pringle stole second. Finch struck out. A. Harper grounded to Price, Price to Eaton, Harper out. Ryder out on fly to Henning. Fourth Inning. Overlands Henning struck out. Stick grounded to Pringle, Pringle to Leydorf. George grounded to Finch, Finch to Leydorf. Perrysburg Harper doubled. Ed. Canode struck out. Kopp singled to right scoring Harper. Kopp stole second. Leydorf base on balls. Kopp stole third Leydorf second. Noble doubled to left scoring Kopp and Ley dorf. Pringle grounded to Wallace, Wallace to Elf, Pringle out. F. Ca node grounded to Whitney, Whitney to Wallace, Canode out. Three runs, Fifth Inning. Overlands Price base on balls. Ellf (Continued on Eighth. Page.) Next Sunday July 27th at St. Roses' Church will be celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the founding of Branch No. 29 C. M. B. A. During its twenty-five years of exist ence it has increased from 16 members to nearly 100 members. $8,000 in death benofits have been paid to the families of deceased members and it has be sides did untold good for its needy and distressed members. The branch was organized during the Pastorate of Rev. G. H. Rieken, who was very instrumental in the organization work. St. Rose's branch is and al was a credit to the parish and the village and can look back over the past 25 successful years. The celebra tion will commence with High Mass at 7:30 o'clock with Rev. P. G. Schoen dorff the Spiritual Advisor of the branch officiating. After Mass the visiting officers will be taken in auto mobiles for a ride around the village and up the. scenic and beautiful Mau mee rivers At 12 o'clock an elaborate banquet will be served in the base ment of the church to the visitors, the members and their ladies and it is ex pected that about 200 will be served at one time. After the banquet an elaborate program of speaking and music has been arranged. McClin ticks Orchestra of Toledo has been engaged and will have charge of the musical end of the program. It is thought that about 20 of the Supreme and Grand Officers will be in attend ee. Folowing is program as arranged: Welcome Address F. J. Reis President Br. 20, C. M. B. A. Remarks. . .Chancellor Geo. J. Munger Toastmaste'r. C. M. B. A. .J. J. Hynes, Buffalo, N. Y. Supreme President C. M. B. A. PERRY CENTENNIAL To Defray Expenses of Decorating Will Be Celebrated at Perrysburg Town During Perry Centennial To tho Citizens of Perrysburg and Vicinity and Ft. Meigs Next Thursday. Perrysburg and Wood county and tho sister city of Maumec are promi- The Perry Centennial is now being nently featured in tho Maumee Valley celebrated fry the cities along the plans for the celebration of the Perry chain of lakes. Centennial. The ceremonies open at Perry's flagship, the Niagara, has, Toledo on Sunday, July 27th, continu- becn raised from the bottom of the 'ing there the forepart of the week, and lake, where it has reposed undisturbed on Thursday the scene of the celebra- f or one hundred years We are now in the midst of a peace ful celebration commeVnorating Perry's naval victory, as well as that of his brave allies at Ft. Meigs. v The rebuilt and equipped flagship will in a few days be moored at the Toledo dock for ybur inspection. Thursday, July 31st, has been spe- tion shifts to Perrysburg and old Fort Meigs There is much -to interest and attract "Perrysburg people who journey to To ledo July 27 to 30, but the 31st, Thurs day is this town's one big day in the Centennial. The program has been prepared in a general way and only , details await the attention of the com dally reserved for the celebration at mitteea in charge. The Up.river cele- Ft. Meigs Our town, "Perrysburg," named after "Perry," the hero of these stir ring events, should be up and doing, fully alive to her responsibility and duty, proud of her name and location. bration is in charge of the Maumee Valley Pioneer and Historical Associa tion, and committees representing Maumee and Perrysburg. In their work these committees have the assist ance and co-operation of the Toledo To do our part We must provide perrv Victcirv rw.nn5il nnmrnis-nnn funds. Our neighboring town of Mau- ,, . . ... . ,, , , . . . , . , ... .v. Sunrise salutes will be thundered mee has joined hands with us in this . , ,, . ,,, . ,-,.,. , , . . , ,. , i j i from both Ft. Miami and Ft. Meigs on celebration, and they have already .. .,,,,, 1rf , - . . contributed their portion The Finance Committee of the Per the morning of the 31st and from that time until late at night there will be i,ro niv!. AMnM h w, I something doing nearly every minute , , , , . . . i in and around Perrysburg. Gun delegated to procure the necessary , ... , , ,." . ,, .. .ti . V squads from Battery B, First Ohio means. This committee consists of . ..,, . m , , , , , . ., , at., r p u,!,, w t. tt t Artillery of Toledo have been detailed n t ci'r." -j n i t.' i. 'i. -n 'for the firing of sunrise and sunset j. o. ouiumuur, i'leu nuasuueu. r ruin. . , , ,, , ,.,.,, tt u u i r. n i-i t i salutes, and the 17 guns which will Hollenbeck, C. P. Campney, Lewis .,! - , . bh a. Ti,f p p bmm. greet the Governor's party. mon. David Main and T. M.Franev. I The vacllt "Jessamine," flagship of "Anv member of tlirnmmiftee will Commodore S. O. Richardson, of To- receive contributions and receipt forjledo' wiU brln Governor Cox and tho memuers ox inu xoieuo ommniee to Address. .Rev. P. G. Schoendorff Spiritual Adviser Br. 29, C. M. B. A. Our Reserve Fund and Assets. . . . . .Joseph Cameron, Hornell, N. Y. Supreme Recorder, C. M. B. A. C. M. B. A. of Ohio .Chas. A. Waechter, Canton, Ohio Grand President. History of Br. 29, C. M. B A. . . . Chancellor John Alt Second President Br. 29, C. M. B. A. Wiry I Am a Member . . .Thos. H. Murphy, Toledo, Ohio District Deputy, C. M. B. A. Remarks. .. .Jos. Wimm, Akron, Ohio Grand' Secretary. Random Remarks. .. .Visiting Officers same. These funds are to be used to de fray our portion of the expense at Ft. Meigs, for town decorations and neces sary expenses incurred by the local as sociation. This will he n "mpmnrrible nrrjiK?nn. nf great significance and patriotic educa-:torlc und. Ft. Miami on the Mau tion, and should arouse our patriotism1 mee sido o the river 11 be visitefl and love of country, and especially of,and the governor will walk around the mil. nwn tnurn site of brave General Proctor's camp. Perrysburg. Ft. Meigs will echo with the boom of artillery as the governor's yacht approaches. Landing will be made at Perrysburg while school chil dren sing and the party will immedl ately enter autos for the ride t6 his DIMMER STREET FESTIVAL A Three Ring Circus Open At Both Ends With Music, Bright Lights and Great Joy. Arrangements are complete for a Grand Entertainment, Novel in Character, insuring a good time for all.. Don't iorget the Date and Place. The people of Perrysburg and vi cinity will find the Civic Street Festi val at Perrysburg, Saturday evening, July 26, to be a regular three-ring circus open at both ends, with the blue canopy of heaven for a cover. There will be music galore. One big brass band will give an excellent pro gram during the evening, while a band of minstrels will intersperse the pro gram With old time jubilee songs and jokes. There will be illuminations and dec. orations, pretty women in their glad gowns, mon with their glad smiles, and everybody with the glad hand for neighbors and visitors. There will be ice cream and cake served to everybody who may desire. ' The ladies ot the village, realizing the necessity of co-operation for the general good of all, have kindly agreed to take charge of the ice cream and cake and have set a line example1 of generosity by donating all the cakes required. The popcorn and peanut venders will serve the choicest brands of these de lights of tho circus. An Indian seeress will pitch her wig wam on the grounds and will read the future of her visitors as told by tho stats. The best of order will be "pre served" (or canned) by a special police force well uniformed and properly em powered with authority and nerve to see that all the special laws governing the Festival are properly observed, and all offenders will be promptly haled into Police Court for immediate trial and sentence. The entire evening will be devoted to pleasure and entertainment for the people of the village and the sur rounding country, where everybody is expected to be present and participate in the pleasure and extend a cordial welcome to neighbors, friends and strangers. It will be a "get together" meeting, when everybody will show himself in his most agreeable manner, and try to make his neighbors and friends and their friends' friends feel that Perrys burg is bubbling over with good will for everybody else. It is written that YOU must come out and mingle with the throng. DECORATE YOUR HOME. Do you know that on Thursday, July 31, there will be a gathering at Fort MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION our own town, This is our celebration ours to make successful. Let us be generous according to our means, and enjoy the satisfaction of a noble duty well per formed. Finance Committee, Perrysburg Civic Association, T. M. FRANEY, Chairman. ANNUAL HOME COMING. -John Zurfluh- PRACTIOAIi WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Spectacles. 900 Monroe St. Toledo, Ohio. i'i Near Michigan Street. 1 Special care will bo taken with the repair of all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. EDWARD tVI. FRIES having retired as Judge of the Court of' Common Pleas, la now engaged In the general practice of tho law, with offices over Lincoln's Drug store, Main street. Bowling Green, O, The Tenth Annual Home Coming of the Citizens of Whitehouse will be held Saturday, August 2, 1013. All those who have ever resided, those who have friends here and any who want to spend a day's outing with friends at Whitehouse, are cordially invited, to meet with us at the Beauti ful Village Green and enjoy the day, meeting both old and new friends who will be glad to greet you. COME. Bring your friends and families, your baskets well filled with dinner supplies and spend the day at tho park. A program has been arranged with able speakers and good music. SCHOOL OF HORSEMANSHIP. Dayton, O., July 24. Ten thousand men and women are expected to take part in the most unique school sessions ever conducted in the United States, at the fair grounds here, August 12 to 10, when "horseology" will be studied from all angles. Ten thousand students of the Beery School of Horsemanship, only institu tion of the kind in the world, will gather in reunion. No effort is expended in the develop ment of speed in animals. Service only is the goal. "Every kind of a horse, even the man-eating animal in its wildest state, can be rendered docile and driveable by a five year old child .in a short time," said Prof. Beery today. "Kind. ness must be tho basis of the treat ment. "The use of a word, look or spoken word two seconds before or three seconds late, is as fatal to the nature of a horse as whipping an ani mal in the bafn for something he did in thclield three hours before." Thursday, J uly 31, being the day designated by the committees of ar- The Best Medicine in the World. "My little girl had dysentery very bad. 1 thought sho would die. Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured her, and I can truthfully say that I think it is tho best medicine in the world," writes Mrs. William Orvis, Clare, Mich. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. . FREDERICK 0, AVERHL ATTORNEY AND OOUNSELOR-ATjLAW, 818 Spltzer Building, TOLBllK), OHO. aub Mama M Dr. B. Kinsley id :e nsr ti s t Office Hours; 8 to 11 a. in., 1 to 6 p,m. Office up stairs corner Second and Main Streets. Phone Mala 14 . yHBY(Wia, OHIO. DEATH OF ANDREW J. OVITT. Andrew J. Ovitt, aged 63 years, died at his home three miles north of Hnb kins Friday evening after an illness of several months of tubercular trou ble. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with burial at tho Watervillc cemetery. Rev. McKay of the First Presbyterian church of Toledo officiated. He is survived by his wife, one son, John, living at home, and a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Gerberding, of Chicago, 111. camp, A short address is scheduled and if time can be found a visit to Mad Anthony Wayne's old camp ground will be included. Return will be made to Ft. Meigs in time for dinner, after which comes a program of speeches and music. Judge John H. Doyle of Toledo is to preside as chairman. Governor Cox and such governors as accept the in vitation of the historical society will deliver addresses. Patriotic songs by the school children and music by the Newsboys Band of Toledo are featured on the afternoon's program, It is tho plan of the committee to mark all historic spots with pennants, and after the basket picnic of the visi tors all may tour the fort and study the scene of epoch making events that preceded the naval victory of Commo dore Perry. Residents of both Perrysburg and Maumee are urged to decorate their homes and places of business for the occasion. Such expense as is attached to the work of the citizens committee, will be met by public subscription, to which up-river business men are urged to respond. Toledos raising funds by popular subscription to de fray .the cost of its own celebration, and wil endeavor to help out the up river committees with a contribution. The Centennial opens at Toledo at about noon on Sunday, the 27th. At that hour the Niagara will sail up the Maumee escorted by Federal gun boats, Naval Reserve ships, Revenue Cutters, and several hundred decorated yachts. Upon' her arrival at tho Jef ferson Avenue wharf the blue jackets come ashore lor tho Dig civic and military land parade. The procession moves over the principal downtown streets to the peace meeting and re ligious exercises at Court House Park. The land parauVwill start at about 3:30 p. m. In the line of march will be Col. Bryant's Second Regiment of Infantry, 700 men headed by mounted staff and band. These soldiers come from Ada, Hicksville, Spencervillo,. Sycamore, Kenton, Defiance, Findlay, Continued on Eighth Pago. Meigs, the like of which has nevei KnnammL fnr. , r r.i.ui: before been witnessed ? I , , ,, . , . .... Do you know that in all probability J Ft Meigs, and in view of the fact twenty-five thousand people will be th thla day Wl11 seQ thousands of hereon that occasion? , visitors in our City; Therefore, I as Do you know that the governors of Mayor of Perrysburg, do sincerely re several states will land here from the quest that all citizens join together yacht "Jessamine," at 10 a. m., to the in making our village neat and clean, boom of cannon, the playing of bands, that all lawns be mowed, and above and the singing ot songs by 200 school all that each home be decorated with children ? Do you know that this is to be THE day of the Perry Centennial Celebra tion here in the Maumee Valley ? Do you know that every place of business and every residence is ex pected to be decorated on that day with flags and bunting? Then we appeal to tho pride and pa triotism of all to help us to carry out the above plan. Be a committee of one to decorate your store, your shop and your homes, and while the bands play and the can nons boom, let the flags, waving to the brceez, be the emblems and the sign of the measure of our devotion to country, and the world will know that "The star-spangled banner still waves o'er the home of the brave and the land of the free." flags and in such other ways as will show our pride and patriotism especially upon this day of the gen eral celebration of One Hundred Years of Peace In this, our great country. 4 Given under my hand and Seal this 23d day of July 1913 E. L. CLAY, Mayor. Eggs Best "Grouch Cure. Fish may make you brainy, but It's, eggs that make you amiable, at least; If we can bellovo the claims made for, this particular article of food by a. German scientist of note. "Cranks, grouches, nervous wrecks of all kinds, should cat all tho eggs they can possibly digest," says Prof.' Stiegletz. "Eggs are tho best thing In the world for those whoso 111 tem pers make themselves and every ono EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Preaching services at 10:30 a. m. and 730 p. m. Junior, 2:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m.; topic, "Missionary Es sentials at Home and Abroad." Per sonal Workers' League, Tuesday even ing at 7:30. Regular prayer service Thursday evening. LastWednesday afternoon tho Mis sionary society met at the church. The study of the lesson was very interest ing. The Sunday school picnic will be held Friday, July 25, at Walbridgo park. All scholars and their parents invited. Be at the corner of Main around them uncomfortable. They 'and Front streets at 9 a, m. prompt. cuuuiu uo ouib uuiiuu yiutaruuij' mm -PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Super intendent, W. II. Roose; subject, "Moses' Request Refused." Preach- eaten four times a day for four weeks on a stretch. Then tho diet should be stopped and not commenced again for four or even six weeks.1 And though no mention is made of I wllAHinT TT'nntnrn nrrrra In TnrMmiln hfivn nnv mn hAnfthfni nnrt f-honrf,,! service at 10:30 a. m. The pastor effect than ordinary. eggs taken at or-iwi11 return frm Js short vacation dinary times, Isn't it always true that and preach to his congregation at this "the better the day, the better the, time. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. doed?" ' j m. Douas Wetzel will be the leader : I Subject: Missionary Essentials at Can't look well, eat well, or feel Well , Home and Abroad. I. Information, with impure blood. Keep the blood , Union services in this church at pure with Burdock Blood Bitters. Eat 7qn Tn n -p T WoV,ofni. Ollllj'.j, VU.VV, W..W1W.UW, W.f w.w.., ..V, good health is pretty suro to follow. $1.00 a bottle. Auvcruscmeni;. Depository of the U. S. Government, 'Postal Savings System. Depository of tho State of Ohio. This bank has a record of Thirty-three years buccoss. Commenced business in 1870. Four per cent. Interest paid on deposits for one year. J. DAVIS, D. K. HOLLENBECK, NORMAN Ia HANSON, President, Vice-President Cashier R. R. HARTSHORN, Assistant GERTRUDE E. CHAPMAN, Assistant Resources over ?480,000.00 wtHT"-TTT-B"wl'!J' 'twi i'rir-" ' i will deliver the sermon. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. The King of All Laxatives. For constipation, headaches, indi gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the "King of all laxatifes. They are able3sing to all my family and I always keep a box at heme." Get a box and got well. Price 2Gc. Recommended by C. P, Champney. Adfortisement. S