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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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PUBLISHED HVEBY FRIDAY.
B. Is. BLTJB
Editor.
Entored nt the PorrysDuru rostoltlco
aa aocond-clasa matter.
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1914.
THE JOURNAL la dated Friday, but
tho papor bocs to prosB every Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. In order that It
may roach Ha readers In various locali
ties by Friday mornlnc
Long Dlfitanco Toiophono No. 21.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES.
One dollar per year it, paid In ndvniico.
One dollar and fifty cents If Not paid In
advance.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry hS
Resolutions of Hespoct are published at
tho rato of 5 cents per lino only. There
will bo no deviation from tills rule.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
CONOKIiSSlOXAI, ANNOUNCEMENT.
To the Voter of the 3th DUtrlct, Nan
CompoiKil of Scnccn, Ilrle, Huron,
Snndtmky nml Wood ConntlcM.
throughout tho now 13th district and
Havlnc been urned by many friends
nftor clvlnc the matter careful con
sideration, 1 hao decided to be a can
didate for the Republican Nomination
for Congress at the Primary Election
to be held August 11th, 1914, nnd will
appreciate the Influence and support of
all electors.
CHARGES S. HATFIELD,
Howling Green, Ohio.
To the Rcpulillcnn Votcis of Wood
County:
I will bo a candidate for tho office of
Sheriff of Wood County and your)
support and influence will certainly be'
anprecinted.
Washington Twp
To Republicans:
I will bo a candidate for Republican
nomination for County Commissioner
for Second Term nnd respectfully solicit
the support of all Republicans ut the
Primaries August 11, 1914.
JOHN ISCH, Lake twp.
To the Voters of Wood County:
I desire to secure the nomination
for the office of Recorder, and will
appreciate the votes, good will and
help of all citizens of the county.
BRICE B. HERRIPF,
Bowling Green, O.
Fan CLERK OF COURTS.
To Republicans of Wood County:
I am a candidate for the nomination
for Clerk of Courts of Wood County and
will be thankful for the votes nnd as
sistance of all who may favor me.
II. T. SIIAFER,, Weston twp.
FOR PnoSECUTlNO ATTORNEY.
To the voters of Wood County:
I desire to announce my name as a
candidate for the Republican nomina
tion for Prosecuting Attorney at tho
Primary Election to be held August
11th, 1914. Your support and Influence
both beforo and at the primaries will
be appreciated. WILLIAM B. JAMES.
To Republicans.
I wish to announce my candidacy for
tho nomination to tho ofllce of Prosecut
ing Attorney of Wood County and -will
greatly appreciate the support of all
Republicans at tho Primaries, August
11.
EARL K. SOLETHER.
FOR AUDITOR.
I will be a candidate for Republican
nomination for County Auditor, and
earnestly solicit tho assistance of every
Republican voter of Wood county. All
favors will be appreciated.
RALPH S. GILLESPIE.
I will be a candidate for the Republi
can nomination for County Treasurer
BUbject to the primaries, August 11th,
1S14. Your Influence and vote will bo
appreciated.
CHARLES A. PATTERSON.
"Wo Buppose it 'is aTgoba thing i fori
the human race that some society1
iwomen prefer dogs to children, but ltj
is rough on. the dogs.
A man In San Francisco sayo his
homo has boon broken up byihlsj
vrifo'B devotion to politics and clubs.,
I&nother Invasion of man's ancient pre-i
relatives.
Tho English bishops In favor oft
.striking "obey" from the .marriage
orrlce must have somewhere encotuv,
.tared tho classic phrase of "Innocuous
Jdesnotuda"
A Boston statistician has figured
KtaX woman's value la twice that of
jtnan, and It might be added that she.
csuaDy draws Interest on the lullias-!
Beaumont
King George Is a regular fellow. Ho:
,Jet tho movie man take pictures of
him as bo watched the ball game.,
iThat alone will insure his popularity!
In America.
The ParlB newspaper man recently!
fitted out with on armored skull pos-i
slbly Intends to compote against ,tho
jmperb Ivory equipment of our own
rumor chosen.
Prof. Erllch, tho great chemical au-i
tfcorlty In the medical line, predicts
that medical science will undorgo a
revolution In about ten years. A rev
olution In medicine Is about due, to
keep up with changes ln'fashlon.
A lady theorist wonts criminals I
tattooed with marks of their special
crime. This would bo a lino way to
help along their reformation, to say'
nothing of the affront to tho tendency
of tho ago. Perhaps It would help,
gomo to mark tho theorists themselves!
In the s&mo way.
Manager McQrawB report of th
new slang terms In tho way Austra-i
Hans and Egyptians tell tho story of
baseball one game being to descrlboi
n catch as "pouched in tho too-cozy"
mouses expectations of a foreign trlp
Cor sporting editors to win freshness'
Kbr baseball accounts.
, Polly In fashion has reached Its
goglcal extreme In tho reported at
tempt of Paris stylo autocrats to force
tnturlst coiffures of green, purple, red,
and other colon on women wearers.,
pTtmt now, whan women oro battllnt
Cor Independence along orory lino, tho,
cetoozno of this attempted tyranny
fcrtD bo IntsrmiUfl.
Additional Local.,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Liutner
visited friends in Toledo Easter
Sundny.
Rev. Miller of Dunkirk, was
the Sunday guest of George De
Vernn and family.
Mrs. E. .1. Heath of Albany
was the guest of h. A. ITallowcil
and family last week.
Miss Q race McLaughlin of
Bradner visited at the Dunham
Simmons home over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chap
pell and son, Gordon, spent Easter
with Steve Schaller and family.
Mr. Ray Simmons has re
turned home from Macon, Ga.,
where lie lias been spending the
winter.
Clarence Shipman of Grand
Rapids visited with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Shipman, on
Thursday.
Mrs M. II. Bowers" was the
guest of her sister Mrs. Stanley
Andrews in Toledo the latter part
of the week.
Mrs. Chas. Corbin has gone to
Elyria where she will be the guest
of her son Mr. Karl Corbin for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. Grant Hollbrook and
Miss Myrtle Buttler were Sunday
guests of the former's sister Mrs.
E. Beckham of Toledo.
The ladies of Ideal Hive, L. 0.
T. M. of Toledo surprised Mrs.
M. P. Gorton at her home on Front
street Monday evening.
Bauued Rock Eggs For
hatching from selected mating,.
R. E. GRAHAM, Maumee, 0.
R. F. D. 1. 8d
Mr. and Mrs. Val Schwind, Jr.
and children and Mr. Edward
Schwind were Easter guests of Mr.
M. Justen and family of Toledo.
Mrs. C. E. Powell of Weston,
and Mrs. E. II. Hnfford and Miss
Edna Hufford of Dayton, were
Easter guests of John Cranker and
family.
For Sale Genuine black
leather couch costing $40, in good
condition. "Will sell for less than
half. G. E. McGee. Front St., near
Locust.
Mr. Fred Schaller and Mr.
Wm. Schaller and daughter. Doro
thy of Adrian, Mich., spent several
days of last week with P. J. Wise
and family.
Mr. F. B. Schaller and Mr. W.
P. Schaller and daughter Dorothy
of Adrian, Mich., were guests of
Henry Schaller and wife the later
part of the week.
Mrs. M. . Graves, Mrs. W. J.
Veitch and Mrs. S. Baumgardner
attended the lectures on Woman
Suffrage in the Zendbia Hall on
Wednesday by Jane Adams.
Mr. P. J. Wise and family en
tertained on Easter Sunday Miss
uessie spinier, uorotliy Schaller,
and Verna Frantz, Messrs. Clar
ence Lehman and Floyd Spilkor.
Mrs. Wm. Blankertz who wns
severely burned about the, face,
head and hands by an explosion of
a gas range wnicii occurred on Fri
day last is reported improving.
"My child was burned terriblv about
the face, neck and chest. I annlinri
Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The Dain
ceased, and the child sank into a rest
ful sleep." Mrs. Nancv M. Hanson.
Hamburg, N. Y. Adv.
Mary Ann Schlect the little
who was operated at the Rhein-
tranlc hospital Saturday afternoon
for appendicitis is getting along
very nicely.
Wm. Comstock, Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Chapman and Mr. Cassius
Hampton attended the funeral of
Mr. Macdowell Wilson in Bowling
Green on Monday. They motored
over in the Comstock f automobile.
Mr. C. A. nampton has re
ceived word announcing the birth
of a son to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D.
nampton of Enst, San Diego, Cal.,
and they have christened the
youngster Charles Sherman
Hampton.
CLEARS COMPLEXIONREMOVES
SKIN BLEMISHES.
Why go through life embarrassed
and disfigured with pimples, eruptions,
blackheads, red rough skin, or suffer
ng tho tortures of Eczema, itch,,tetter,
salt rheum. Just ask your Druggist
for Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment
Follow tho simple suggestions and
your skin worries are over. -Mild,
soothing, effective. Excellent for bab
ies and delicate, tender skin. Stops
chapping, Always helps. Relief or
money back, 00c, at your Druggist.
Adv,
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho
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Signature
Air. Oscar Soiling was the Sun
day guest of Air. nnd Airs. M. B.
Cook.
Miss Iskilinc Young of Butler,
Ind., was tho week end guest of
Airs. IU. 13. Uoolc.
Air. und Mrs. Fred Yenger and
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cook spent
Monday in Bowling Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Judge. M. B.
Cook motored to Bowling Green
on Friday last.
E. J. Spilkor and wife of Web
ster and Charles Spilker and wife
of Walbridge motored to East To
ledo Easter and spent the dav with
Georire Bcrger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Neider
liouse had for their Easter com
pany, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Gallier
of Bowling Green, Mrs. E. Irene
nnd children of Portage, Mrs. E.
Cavnnaugh and Elmer Meeker,
wife and children of Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Knerr enter
tained on Easter Mr. Harry Stauf
fer nnd children, Frank Burnett,
wife and daughter Edytha, Miss
Cora Knerr, Mr. Myron and
Harold Clark and Mr. Win. Moore
of Toledo, and Mr. Clarence Wild
er of Lima.
Mrs. Henry Bensman wishes
to express her appreciation and
thanks to the friends who so kind
ly showed their honor and regard
for Mr. Bensman in the time of his
illness and death, and their
sympathy and kindness to herself
in her time of bereavement.
HERE'S A WAY TO SAVE DOCTOR
BILLS. '
Physicians Give Free Advice by
Which Parents May Profit.
T., . , , , . . ...
Its a matter of general interest just
now how one's physical condition can
be got into shape to best receive the
benefits of the summer season. Espe-
daily is this true of the children. They
have become run down by a winter of
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food and much time ;
spent indoors. Spring comes with its j
sunshine, its fresh vegetables and all
else invigorating, but the children are
in no condition to receive nature's'
remedies. .,...,'
Many parents call in the family
physician. Many other parents take
advantage of what the physician told
them when he was first called in con-
sultation. All good family physicians
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ThelHCLins
GRAIN AND HAT
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Binaert, Reiperi
Headsri, Mowers
Kikes, SUekus
Hty Loader!
Mir Preilci
CORN MACHINES
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Mtsmr Spreaders
Crum StpinUri
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MUr Track
Tkrukers
Criln Drilli
Feed Grinders
Koif e Grliders
Binder Twin 0
Internationa! Harvester
llnttrporaled
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uirt. Greater Ju coat larger lu all proportions rklnrla fill appointments tluui any steamer on
iuJaml waters of tbavorld. In servlco Jujjo 15th. .
Miismflccnt Steomcn "SCnANDBEX," "Clfy of Eric" on J "City of Buffalo"
Daily CLEVELAND and BUFFALO May i.ttoDec.l.t
U-.no CltultnJ , . S.00 1. M. Leave Ili.ualo - 8 00 P.M.
Arrive UuCjIo 0:30 A.M. Arrlvo Cleveland tiJOA. M.
(Central Standard Time)
Connections at lluuala for Niagara Tails anil all Eastern ini.l Canadian, Points. Railroad tickets
rt-u!Jntf between Cleveland and lluUalo are good for tiananorlatloa an oar steamera. Ask
jour tt.Let agent for tlcLula via C. & 11. line. V.'rlto us lor liandtomo illustrated booklet free.
TUB CLEVELAND &. BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Clovoland, O.
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fYQta0(3DsfaKlaKifM99aMaWBBnsBal
say: "Give the children Castoria."
Healthy parents know this remedy of
old, for they took it themselves as
children. It was more than thirty
years ago that Castoria made a place
for itself in the household. It bore
the signature of Charles H. Fletcher
then, as it does today. Tho signature
is its guaiantee, which is accepted in
thousands of homes where there are
children.
Much is printed nowadays about big
families. Dr. William J. McCrann, of
Omaha, Neb., is the father of one of
these much-read-about families. Here
is what ho says:
"As the father of thirteen children
I certainly know something about
your great medicine, and aside from
my own family experience I have, in
mv vcars of practice, found Castoria
a popular and efficient remedy in al
most every home.
Charles H. Fletcher has received
hundreds of letters from prominent
physicians who have the same esteem
for Castoria that Dr. McCann has. Not
only do these physicians say they use
Castoria in their own families but
they prescribe it for their patients.
First of all it is a vegetable prepara
tion which assimilates the food and
regulates the stomach and bowels.
After eating comes sleeping, and Cas
toria looks out for that too. It allays
feverishness and prevents loss of
sleep, and this absolutely 'vithout the
use of onium. morphine or other bane-
ful narcotic.
Medical journals are reluctant to
discuss proprietary medicines. Hall's
Journal of Health, however, says:
"Our duty is to expose danger and
record the means for advancing
neaith. The day for poisoning inno-
cent children through greed or igno-
rance ought to end. To our knowledge
r., ctr.;o , n moAi whiVh nmrlnnno
composure and health by regulating
the Wstem, not by stupefying it, and
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Forty-Four Chlneso Holidays,
There are about 31C working days
In the Chinese year, 44 holidays be-
, ded,ted from the 360 days, which
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reckoned one year according to the
Lunar calendar,
A DAIRY farmer who does not uso
a cream separator is losing up to
$15 per cow per year. Complete your
dciry equipment by the purchase of an
International Harvester cream separator Lily,
Bluebell or Dairymaid. These separators skirn
closoly leaving barely a drop of cream in a gallon
of milk and they will do it for years.
These machines are furnished with pulleys for the
use of power. Belted to a small I H C engino, you
have tho beat outfit it is possible for you to buy.
Note tho low supply can on I H C separators, tho
height of the milk spout which allows a 10-gallon
can to be used for the skim milk, the strong amo
with open base which can bo kept perfectly clean,
and tho dozen other features which make those
I H C machines the best.
Your local dealer should have one of these ma
chines on sale. If ho has not, write us before you
buy and we will tell you where you can see ono;
also send you an interesting book on separators.
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& town, ol the following grades: M
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! Alfalfa Meal, Chick Charcoal, Oyster Shells, f
& Grit in 3 sizes, Bran, Middlings, Beef Scrap. X
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Chop Feed, Ear Corn, and Oats. X
Cotton Seed Meal and Calf Meal. $
Baled Hay, (Clover and Timothy) '
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j Also Agent for Pansy Flour.
$ Hard and Soft Coal of all Kinds. S
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W Hexible Shingles, Posts, prnamental Lawn
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PROM TOLEDO TO THE SOUTHWEST
via
CLOVER LEAP ROUTE
Tuesdays, March 3rd and 17th, April 7th and 21st.
See O. N. Gray, 0. T. A., 524 Madison Ave., Toledo, or address
Chas. E. Rose, A. G. P. A., Erie and Krauss Sts. 52i
LOW RATE
from
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Grand Rapids, McClure and Delphos, O., and Bluffton,
Decatur, Marion, Kokomo and Frankfort, Ind.
via
CLOVER LEAF ROUTE
Every Sunday during April and May
Tickets sold for Train 3, good returning Train 4.
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