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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, March 06, 1914, Image 4

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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. '
Editor.
E. L. BLUE
Entored nt tho Perryabunr rostoftlco
an gocond-clasa mattor.
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1SM4
Additional Local.
Mr. Glair Speck visited ovi'r Sunday
with relatives at l'emburvllle.
THE JOUKNAL Is dated Friday, but
tho papor rocs to press ovcry TliurBday
nttcrnoon nt 2 o'clock. In order tlint It
may reach Its rendors In various loci II
tics by Friday mornlnc
Long Distanco Tolophono No. 21.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One dollar per year If paid In ndvm.co.
One dollar nnil fifty cents if Not paid In
advance.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Cards of ThankB, Obituary Poetry -Witi
ncsolutlons of Respect aro published at
tho ralo of G cents per lino only. There
will bo no deviation from this rule.
Philip Hale recently miggusted i!iat
modern readers would be materially
assisted from tho tyranny of tradi
tion If a distinguished coterie of men
'like Mr. IIowcIIb, Mr. Chesterton, Mr.
Shaw and Dr. Eliot would draw up a
list of tho "25 worst books." A
writer in tho Providence Journal un
dertakes the task, as pride and pre
tense to professing admiration for
books they nover read and never in
tend to read. This writer in ills list
names "Pnradiso Regained," "The
Faerie Quecno," "Wutthcrlng
Heights," "Aurora Leigh," "John Hall
fax," "Hytfatkla," and soveral other
books that people today care nothing
for, but for which great admiration is
confessed simply because their past
fomo makes present readers afraid or
UBhamed to ndmlt ignorance of them.
Senator Hoar once admitted that
often ho preferred "Old Sleuth" to his
classic Greek volumes. Other great
men make no secret of their reading
"bad books" for diversion. A list of
"worst books" swbrn to by men
'whose opinions carry weight would
create a greater freedom and boldness
'among those misguided folk who draw
up lists of "the world's best books."
iAnd in due season a natural man
Imlght And in such lists some of his
iroal favorites, instead of the dull,
dead volumes that are now included
;not on merit, but by reason of the
ipower of tradition.
Robert Raikes, tho man who found
ed tho modern Sunday school, was a
'Journalist, with a passion for what
bo termed "botanizing is human na
ture," and seems to have had very
lllttlo in his makeup of tho conven
tional religious reformed. His great
'experience, is said to have been sug
gested by the disturbance caused by
crowds of little ragamuffins playing
'beneath his window on Sunday after
noon when he was correcting proofs.
"Why Bhould they not be got together
And taught the elements of reli
gion and good behavior?" he asked
himself, and answered the question by
establishing tho first Sunday school
at Gloucester in 1870, says the London
Chronicle. It was characteristic of
the man that in his school scheme he
ilaid as great stress .upon the Incul
cation of "manners" as on tho teach
ilng of the catechism.
-GOOD MILOII CO
quire L. 13. 00.
,V for sale Iliac
Mrs. Joseph V.elslor of Toledo
called on Mrs. .Joseph Iloasbuch Tucs-.
day.
Mra. C. A. Lucas and MIbs Bessie
Davis were shoppers: in Toledo Satur
day. Mrs. ,T. llctine spent Saturday in
Toledo with her sister Mrs. May Pit
sou. FOlt SALE Small gas heater and
gas cook stove. Inquire at Journal
Olllce. 2a
Mrs. C. J. Hartsinir was the Mon
day guest of Mrs. George '1 nomas of
Toledo.
Mr. Wm. Mills spent Sunday in
Toledo the guest t.f Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Thomas.
Clias. Friisher and wife were Sun
guests of Hoy Spilker and family of
Dowlinjr.
-Mrs. .1. It.
the guest of
SchaumloiTell.
Gansou of Cleveland is
liei mother Mrs. I!.
To sleep perhaps to dream. Most
of us have our special form of bad
dream, born of ill advised and ill di
gested supper usually. The common
est of the smaller nightmares is the
experience of facing a drawing room
ox a public thoroughfare without
clothes. But I suppose wo all have
our special horror on tho edge be
tween sleeping and waking, says a
writer in the London Chronicle. My
own is the belief that I am In for my
finals at Oxford and hare not yet
looked at Aristotle, and simply can't
get Into the time at my disposal.
And when I really wake to tho cer
tainty that I have passed all my ex
aminations until tho day of judgment
that Is the most joyous moment of disillusion.
Tho llttlo girl who asked tho gov
ernment for a Panama hat came off
moro luckily than tho boy who want
ed a "dog of war." She got tho hat,
while tho boy was informed tkiit the
government had use for all tho dogs
of war it had in stock. Tho moral
seems to be to ask the rulers for some
thing they do not caro to keep.
Dr, Hugonencq, a French scientist,
has written a pamphlet to prove that
human flesh is the only proper food
for man and tho very last word of
science and hygiene and perfect diges
tion. He omits, however, to tell
whore, when and how he got IiIb data.
Sympathies for tho intrepid explor
ers devoured by cannibals would be
moro lntenso if It wero not for the
known fact that there's no place a
scientist won't go in search of information.
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Longuo Organized Among Men of
M,E. Church,
Mrs. George Rollins of Valley City
is visiting at the liumeof Mr. and Mrs.
V Eck this week.
Mr. M. H. Cook attended a Repub
lican meeting in Columbus on Thurs
day of last week.
'Mrs. Laugdon Hawkins of Spring
field 0.,is visiting her parents, Wm.
Comstock and wife.
Mrs. II. 12. Averill and Mr. E. P.
Averill have gone to ElPaso, Texas
for a lew weeks stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Keller of Lime
City were the Friday guests of Mr. F.
A. Schneider and family.
Master Leroy Selling is spending
the week with his grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Johnson.
a Mr. Clias. I'isor of Columbus was
the Tuesday and Wed esday guest of
Mr. and Mrs. IL Trudeau.
Rev. Uaumgardner was called to
Kalida Wednesday to preach the fun
eral sermon of Martin Vbtch.
Mr. Clias. DeVerna and family of
Dunbridge were the Thursday euests
of E. S. DeVerna and famllj .
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Shimmin were
in Toledo Wednesday to attend the
funeral of a friend of the family.
Mrs. M. 15. Conk entertained her
Sunday School Class Wednesday after
noon at her home on Front Street.
Mrs. R. H. Whitacreandson Rob
ert of Bays were the guests of W. 0.
Burch and family on Thursday last.
Mrs. Frank Hollenbeck, Mrs. Paul
Schibrowski, Mrs. Blue, and Mrs.
Shimmin were Toledo callers on Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlect enter
tained at a family dinner Tuesday
eyening, in honor of the latter's birth
day. Mrs, Wm. Mills, Miss Ada Escott,
Mrs. Paul Schibrowski and Miss Ethel
VanValkenberg attended Eastern Star
Chapter at Maumee Thursday evening
of last week.
Mrs. E. L. Clay entertained at six
o'clock dinner Monday evening in hop.
or of her daughter Miss Irene, the
occasion being her 17th birthday.
Those present were': Misses Mildred
Williams, May Hennan, Cenia Small,
Florence Tryon, and Gladys Simmons.
The home of Ralph Johnson and
wife was the scene of a merry surprise
given them by their neiglib rs and
friends on Saturday evening last, who
came with well filled baskets to bid
them farewell before loving for their
new home. Those present were : Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Chambers Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Straw and son Alvin, Mr. and
Mrs. Christ Halm and son (Jlajton,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selling and son Le
roy and Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers.
They all enj iyed a good supper and a
good time and left at an early hour
wishing them success in their new
home
Tho following is a list oT Topics and
Leaders :
Marcli :i -Christianity in business.
Leifdor FrcdJezzard
Farch 10 How can this league help
the church?
Leader C. A. Ilampt n
March 17-What attitude should this
League tako towaru the Sunday
School?
Leader Wm. Shoe.
March 24 How may we lighten the
lives ot others?
Leader-C. 11. Dettllng.
March ill Musical aud social hour.
April 7 -M. E. Brotherhood banquet.
Reminiscences of Methodist pastors
in Maumee Valley.
Dr. N. B. C, Loye.
April 14 -Charity one toward another.
Leader II. R. Hartshorn.
April 21 -How God uses fully prepared
men.
Leader A. R. Williams.
April 28 Persoi al Evangelism.
A. L. Cocanour.
I lie luxgue realizes that nothing suc
ceeds like success and their object is
to show men a good time aud help them
to realize that this old world is not a
gloomy world, and to try and help men
cast aside their smoked gl sses, and
look at Gods beautiful stmshina to see
the good in their fellow man that God
sees, aud then nourish aud care for
that good untill it shall bud and bios,
i-oui like the Rose of Sh.iron and that
its fr.igrance shall he as a sootliinc
balm to some other weary and discour
aged brother.
We have forty enrolled at present
in three weeks elfort and our aim is
to double ttiat number during the
month of March. We invite all to
come.
Miss Lulu DeVerna spent a few
days of last week in Haskms the juest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McKey and
family and Mr .and Mrs. H. Bernthislt.
While there Miss DeVerna attended
the play,"The Courtship of the Dea
con" given bv the Senior Class.
HEATH OF MRS. ROBINSON
YOU CAN'T EARN MONEY
WHEN YOU'RE LAID UP
There are a lot of people in this
town who cannot afford to be sick.
Perhaps none of ;ou feel that you can,
but certainly some of you can't, for as
soon as you are sick, your wages stop
and worry and debts begin to pile up
The sensible thing for you to do, as
soon as you feel run down and worn
oat, no matter what the cause, is to
take something just as quick as you
can to build up strength and health.
Muke yourself more comfortable and
provide against serious sickness.
We don't believe there is any other
medicine made that will do as much
towards saving your health and thus
helping you save your money as
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion. It is a med
icine that gets right at the trouble and
relieves it by toning the nerves, enrich
ing the blood, and giving new strength
aud health to the whole body. It
doesn't do this by means of alcohol or
habit-forming drugs, because it con
tains none. Its strength and health
giving power is due to pure Olive Oil
and the Hypophospbite, long endor
sed by successful physicians, the one
for its food value, the other for its
tonic value. Here, for the first time,
tbey are combined, and the result is a
real nerve, blood and body building
medicine a real strengthener that
we are proud to tell you about. You
don't need to hesitate in using it, be
cause if it doesn't do all we say it will
and satisfy you in every way, it will
coat you nothing, If it doesn't make
you strong and well again, come back
and get you money. It will be given
to your without word or question.
Sold only at tho more than 7000
Rexall Stores, aud in this town only
by us. $1.00 C. P. Charapuey,
Perrysburg, Ohio,
Live with your wife and your Joint
lncomo tax exemption is $4,000, Live
upart and you each have a $3,000 al
lowance. But think of tho double
rent.
That Hotch Hetchy matter Is settled
now and newspaper men won't have to
bother auy mora about whether or not
tho name should be hyphenated.
The announcement of the dcatli of
Mrs. Olestia Altheia Robinson, moth
er of Mis, Dr. W. 11, Kheiufrank, was
a great surprise and shock to their
many friends here.
Mrs, Robinson passed away at 1
o'clock a. m. Wednesday, March 4,
1014, in Perrysburg, at tho ago of 00
year.
She was born in Akron, O., and was
the wife of Mr, O. E. Robinson.
Mrs, Rublnson was a lady of most
charming personality, devotod to her
family, and dearly loyed by all who
knew her.
She was the mother of 10 children,
0 of whom aro living.
The arrangements for the funeral
had not been completed when tho
Journal went to press.
GENDRON
Men's Coaster Brake
Bicycle. $25.00.
Qavjs) Hm?D Qompany:
Among tho American peasants the
old patriarchal system prevails. The
entire family of a score or two of peo
ple of several generations lives be
neath a single roof, says the Christian
Herald. Together both men and wom
en till the fields In a primitive man
ner, and when the grain is ripe, they
take a sheaf to tho roadside that the
passing stranger may give a present
and thus bless tho crop. Their houses
are of stone roughly laid, or of mud,
or frequently they are half under
ground, and from a distance their
domelike roofs resemble the mounds
of a pralrlo dog settlement.
A western university is having in
struction in the proper and decor,
ous way to dance the tango. This la
one sidelight on what In modern Ideas
constitutes a liberal education.
For dyspepsia, our national ailment,
use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom
mended for strengthening digestion
purifying the b'.ood. At all drug
stores. $1.00 a bottle. Adv.
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You Can't Cut Ice With
A Lawn Mower.
Nor put cheap Lumber and Building Material in
a Building and expect it to give you satislactory
results.
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CARLOAD OF
HORSES
Auction of a carload at Bowling Green
TUESDAY, MARCH 10th
I will sell at Public Auction
one carload of Illinois horses
and mares, from 4 to 7 years
old, at the Crom Livery Sta
ble, Bowling Green.
This carload consists of
good farm horses
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Your satisfaction is our pleasure.
THE CHARLES L, KOCH CO.
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-STOCK FOR SALE-Fino milch
cow; also pigs; fine registered Poland
China the largo boned type-males
aud females; ulso seven fine grade
shoa.ts, fourteen weeks old; will sell
tho latter at tho market price for pork.
The Lucas Chuiity (Miami) Children's
Home. II. P. Toledo Circuit, Main
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held rain or shine.
JOHN MILLER.
If you want 'em we've got 'em.
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Red and Green
Natural Colors, no stain, dye or paint
Art, Character and Weallh added to your
home. You take no chance. We give you
an Unconditional Guarantee.
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Phone Blue 41 PERRYSBURG
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Council Rooms, Feb. 21, 1914.
Council met in ajourned session.
Present, Clerk and Councilman Braun,
Leydorf, Muir, Neiderhouse, aud
Witzler. Absent, Mayor and Coun
oilman Meeker.
President, Mr. Leydorf introduced
a res ilution authorizing the purchase
of 500 feet of Red Cross Fire hose at
90.5 per foot. Whereupon said resolu
tion was fuily read. Moved by Mr.
Leydorf, seconded by Mr. Muir that
tmid Resolution be adopted as read
and a contract entered into. The
motion curried unaumously. Moved
by Mr. Leydorf that the firo Chief be
authorized to sell the old hook and
ladder truck and all surplus junk.
Motion carried.
Adjourned.
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Council met iu regular aecsiou Feb.
25. Present, Clerk aud Councilmen
Braun, Leydorf, Muir, Neiderhouse
and Witzler. Absent, Mayor and
councilman Meeker. Pres. protem
Briuiu Presided.
Engineer Champs being present
reported the progress mude in regard
to the disposal of sewage in the
Maumee River.
Mr. Witzler introduced a resolution
authorizing Mr. Geo, Cbampe and
Atty. Chapman to represent the vil
lage at the meeting of the State Board
of Health to be held in March. Stat
ing to said Board that the Village
would be willing to provide a way for
the disposal of its sewage after the
city of Toledo had taken care of its
own and alsojisking said State Board
for a modification of tho conditions
under which the Elm St, relief sewer
may be constructed. Moved by Mr.
Witzler, seconded by Mr. Muir that
said resolution be adopted as read.
On roll call tbe motion carded,
Before You Move
Investigate
Be sure your new home has that important modem
convenience electric light. There are many such
and they are in great demand by those who know
how to enjoy them. The modern electric light is so
much better than any other that no one need hesi
tate about the cost. The General Electric Com
pany has perfected its MAZDA lamp which gives
twice as much light as ordinary electric lamps using
an equal amount of electricity.
We Have G.E. MAZDA Lamps
For all those who live in wired houses we offer an
opportunity of getting the benefit-of the great light
giving quality of these lamps. For those who own
unwirea houses on our distnbuting lines we will give
advice of value in wiring houses for electric light.
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