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E. It. BLUE Editor. Entered at tho Perryfitourtt Pontottlce as second-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 194 TUB JOUItNAL Is dated Friday, but the paper boos to press every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In order that it may reach Hb readers In various locali ties by Friday moraine. Long Difltanco Tolephone Mo. 21. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One dollar per year if paid In advance. Ono dollar and fifty cents It Not paid In advance. SPECIAL NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and rtesolutlons of Respect aro published at the rate of 5 cents per lino only. There will bo no dovlation from this rule. When wo seo the locust petals fall ing softly on tho grass, or giant elms casting tholr shadows acrosB tho lawn, or birch boughs waving ovor tho grav el walks, wo liko to say .to ourselves something about tho wonderful beauty of tho world that God has niado for us and tho moans that havo been estab lished on ovory hand to satisfy our esthetic senso. Yet It would be an interesting Inquiry to undertake an examination of the truth as to how much tho world has boen adapted to man and Uow much, on tho contrary, man has been adapted to the world, says Indianapolis Star. There were long ages, obviously, when coal was no more to tho human raco than myri ads of other rocks of which tho globo consists; and atVany time that now discoveries or lnvontlons should role t?ato coal to tho limbo of useless things. It would censo to bo either a marvel or a blessing. Tho eyo lnstlnctlvoly recognizes green as an agreeable col or; but tho boneflcenco of tho land ecapo's shade must bo vlowed In light of tho fact that It is upon green that human eyes for countless ages havo uniformly dwelt, and tho still more significant probability that the eyo lt Bolf, and oven tho prism Inside tho brain represent an evolutionary ad justment and growth of our physical framo to make It feel at home In Its environment. Considerable numbers of Americans ore beginning to like udo, and it has boon served successfully at large din ner parties in Washington, so it Is stated in a recent bulletin of the Unit ed States department of agriculture. iTJdo is a vegetable which has long been eBtoomod in Japan and China, and an attempt is now in progress 'to Introduce it into general uso in the lUnlted States. The author of the bul letin, David Fairchlld, agrlqultural ex iploror In charge of tho OfBce of For eign Seed and Plant Introduction, ex plains that ton years ago tho sugges tion was first niado that udo bo grown by Americans,, but it is only recently that tho oriental visitor has begun to get any voguo. It has be6a grown by Mr. Fairchlld in Maryland and by pri vate lndlvIduolB'in various parts of the country, but it has not yet become a commorclol factor. But Mr. Fairchlld soys that It hau now arrived at a point "where it might bo pushed by any careful, enterprising advertiser of fancy vegetables." Stovalno was used in two operations' performed at Harper hospital by Prof.' W. Wayno Babcock of Philadelphia. 'Injections wore made into the spinal canal and during lengthy and difficult abdominal sections the subjects on tho operating table remained fully con scious, yot suffered no pain from the Burgeon's knife. The first patient, a boy of nine, was tho victim of a large malignant growth in the abdomen, tho result of an injury received when ho was kicked by a horse. Toward tho closo of tho operation sensation re turned sufficiently so that he began to cry out A slight Quantity of ether was used to tldo him over tho pain of sowing up tho wound. Tho Cleveland physician who planB a balloon sanatorium for patients afflicted with heart dlseaao aspects to equip each balloon with two or three cots and send It two or thr-jso thou sand foot into tho air, letting it re main at that altitude over night and hauling it down in tho morning by tho ropo to which it is anchored. It might bo that the rarefied stato of tho upper atmosphere would bo found ben eficial, but if storms should ariso dur ing the night a patient might bo cured of one attack of heart disease only to bo plunged into another. Tho managers of a Cincinnati lu natio asylum propose to take tho ln I mates to seo a baseball game. No 1 matter how foolish and frontio they act, it will bo hard to distinguish thom uuui luu fe&iuur lana. Tho world at prosent looks full of .tragedies, many of thom shocking, al most all of thom preventable And n that foot lies the moral of tho times. In postponing her visit to this coun try tho Queen of Bulgaria Is not un jduly taking chances. It will still bo haro yhaa tho dooa come. arm if -mn im ir Tir i mmtmmmmimiwm Additional LocaL FOR SALE Fine Concord Grapes. W. E. BUIIDO, near Bates Station. Rev. J. C. Shaw of Montpelicr was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Vcitch on Tuesday. PEAKS for sale. Several va rieties now ripe. WM. GUTHRIE, Maple and 5th Sts. Rev. Constcin and wife of Lima were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waffle on Tuesday. J. F. Byrne and wife had as guests Sunday, E. J. Spilker and wife and Mrs. Lawrence Rider. E. J. Spilker and wife of Web ster Township had as latter part of the week guests, their Nephew, William Spilker of Gray, Iowa. Mrs. Frank Shincw of Portage called on her parents, J. F. Byrne and wife, Thursday evening of lost week. Mr. Roy Schaumloeffel of San Francisco, Cal. is visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. SehaumlociTcl, Mr. and Mrs. D. Van Hellen, Mr. and Mrs. II. Ilcinlein and daughter Alice, attended the Furry reunion at Mrs. Hattie Furry 's, of Stony Ridge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Britton, Mr. Lester Britton, Miss Zelma Britton and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britton took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spilker. The Misses Minnie and Char lotte Otterbacher, daughters of Henry Otterbacher of Zion City, 111., were guests of Miss Anna Emch on Wednesday last. Let me do your house paint ing. I can do a good job at very reasonable prices. All painting should be done now, before cold weather. Call or write WM. GUTHRIE, 5th and Maple St. Mrs. Webb Baum and daugh ter Thelma and Mrs. W. R. Taylor have returned to their home in Crosswell, Mich., after a two weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frusher. They also visited at Rudolph, Portage, Weston and Toledo. RETURNS 10 PERRYSBURG By the action of the Methodist conference Rev. Stewart Baum garder has been returned to the Perrysburg church for another year. He has made many friends while here, and is being congratulared upon his reappointment. The Journal extends him a cordial greet ing and best wishes for another pleasant years sojourn in our vil lage. DIZZY 7 BILIOUS? CONSTI-' PATED? Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and rids your Stomach and Bdwels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They aro a Tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the general sys tem. First dose will cure you of that depressed, dizzy, bilious and consti pated condition. 25c. all Druggists. Adv. CARD OF THANKS. The officers of the local W. C. T. U. wish to express their thanks to each and every one, who so kindly assisted in makinc the Con vention one of the best evor held in the county. Minne Hanson, Pres. Saiuii Bimcii, Scc'y. PO-DO-LAX BANISHES PIMPLES Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Constipa tion, etc., come from Indigestion. Take Po-Do-Lax, tho pleasant and absolutely sure Laxative, and you won't suffer from a deranged Stomach or other troubles. It will tone ud tho Liver and purify tho blood. Use it regularly and you will stay well, havo ciuur complexion ana sieaay nerves. Got a 50c. bottlo to-day. Money back if not satisfied. All . Druggists. Adv. HOTEL 200 ROOMS COLUMBUS Long and 5th Sts. COLUMBUS. O. FIREPROOF 100MS $1.00; with Private Both 31-50 -i i1. nw TMBPfiHSYSBURG JOUMAfc OSLO! OLD NEW MEXICO. Continued from First Pago. They are peaceful, of course, but Indians just the same, and I am now convinced that the real good Indians aro mostly dead Indians. Well, a New Mexico Indian loves a turquoise better than he loves whisky which is some love and he will give anything he may pos sess to obtain them, and although this mine is owned by the Tiffanys the Indians believe it really belongs to them by reason of discovery many years ago. It is for this rea son they take advantage of every) opportunity to steal as many of the gems as possible. But a short time ago a party of them came up from San Domingo, an Indian res ervation about 12 miles distant,' and gave the old Scotchman the1 surprise of his life. j They were well armed and start ed the surprise party by firing a few rounds to convince the euar-j dian of the mine that he was not to interfere with them, but they did not reckon with the telephone which brought the Sheriff and a posse of special deputies from San ta Fe in big motor cars. These western officers enjoy a little shoot ing party and the Indians were splendid targets. Several were wounded and two killed. The prisoners were taken to Santa Fe and were given terms in the Peni tentiary. When we first arrived here I was amazed at the wonderful distances the eye can see, yet it is surprising how quickly a herd of sheep or cattle can get out of sight, and this is due to the hundreds of little hills and canyons, and while looking out over .the country with not a living creature in sight, the observer may be suddenly struck with astonish ment to see a motor car, a cow boy, a herd of sheep or cattle suddenly appear less than a half mile away. Surprise is very easy here. "Any rattle snakes," I am asked Oh yes, enough to make it interes ting. My friend killed one about 50 feet from the ranch house, a few days ago, which is highly prized by one of the Mexican ranchmen who now wears it as a belt. However, a rattler is a fairly decent neighbor he always sounds a note of warn ing before he strikes you and that is more than some civilized people will do. Besides, the rattler usual- ly attends strictly to his own busi ness and never bothers anybody who will let him alone. To these good qualities may be added the fact that he furnishes a good excuse for a Mexican to keep a supply of whisky in the house to cure snake bites. E. L. BLUE. Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. Adv. Equal Protection for all Depositors The recent iailure ol a Chicago bank will cause a considerable loss to the depositors that is, to the individuals, while the depositors of public funds will be paid in full. , Here is the difference: The banks are required to give bond or security to cover any loss of public funds. But they are not required to give this security to in dividual depositors. In this respeot The State Sav ings Bank is giving to ALL of its private depositors the same security that is required by law for the public funds. If this Chicago bank had given to private depositors tho advantages that The Stato Savings Bank is giving to its patrons, no depositor would lose a cent. Why not deal with a bank that gives tho little fellow the same security that tho big fellow gets? Ask us for further details concerning our Guaranteed Deposits The State Savings Bank Co. Maumee, Ohio. Four Per Cent Interest on Savings Mausoleum Entombment. One of tho wholesome develop ments of modern times is the crowing POPULARITY of MAUSOLEUM ENTOMBMENT. The change in feeling in r,egard to earth burial is most marked. Not only has MAUSOLEUM EN TOMBMENT come to bo regarded as more DESIRABLE from a SANITARY and SCIENTIFIC point of view, hut people who have always felt ground burial to be in keeping with the Divine de cree, "dust thou art and unto dust slialt thou ruturn," now feel that it applies more lbgically to MAUSOLEUM ENTOMBMENT than it does to earth .burial. Tho SPLENDID MAUSOLEUM which has been erected in Fort Meigs Cemetery, Perrysburg, is already the final resting place of some one or more members of the PROMINENT 'FAMILIES of Perrysburg. A large number of Crypts have been taken by Professional and Business Men among whom wo may mention the Drs. Rheiufrank, who have placed their stamp of approval upon the Mausoleum method of entombment by pur chasing the two family sections of 12 Crypts. There are a few choice Crypts yet to be taken, why are you not one of them? Some have secured Crypts as a temporary resting place of the bodies of their loved ones, and after a brief intprval of time de cided that NO BETTER method could be provided, and so have left what they now regard as the "BETTER WAY." The Mausoleum is open on pleas ant Sundays from 2 to 5, and visi tors are cordially welcomed. MODERN MAUSOLEUM CO. Perrysburg, Ohio. Office with R. P. Barton, Undertaker. RESOLUTION OF RESPECT. The following resolution was passed at the annual reunion of the Muir family which was held at Scotch Ridge recently. RESOLVED, That whereas God, in his Infinite mercy has seen fit to re move from our midst by death, Kat tie Banks, Lizzie Muir, Samuel Duni pace and Ethel Muir. That we. as an organization, bow with humble submission to the will of the Infinite. That we extend to the bereaved friends our heartfelt sympathy. That these resolutions be copied on the minutes and a copy be sent to each one of the bereaved families. Respectfully submitted, C. C. MUIR, P. H. SOUTH, J. H. MUIR, Committee. THE TWENTY YEAR TEST. "Some twenty years ago I used Chamberlain's ' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W. Brock, publisher of the Enterprise, Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it was a quick and safe cure for diar rhoea. Since then no one can sell me anything said to be 'just as good.' During all these years I have used it and recommended it many times, and it has never disappointed anyone." For sale by all dealers. Adv. If you want clean hands- use VANCO AL). GROCERS. mr fjmwM NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Barbara Limmer Deceased. M. U. Onnfc hns hnnn nnnnintnr? nnrl qualified as Executor of tho estate of Barbara Limmer lato of Wood County, vjiiiu, ueceaseu. Dated this 14th day of September A. D. 1014. CHAS. R. NEARING, 30c Probate Judge of said County. 1 LET'S SWAP I iJ The proper thing to do when ft jjj you have something yon don't g W want, is to swap it for some- to thing you do want. ' jjj Now we have a fine stock j i of Lumber and Building Ma- to $ terial which we would like to $ j5 swap for good U. S. coin. If gj (I you've got the coin "let's to W to (i swap. - - If, W m (? THR fHADIRC m M. Jlllw VtirilViwuU W. Perrysburg, O. 8 8 k Give us your order for whatever k 0 vnn reeA. mnrh or litflf en vnn 0 SJWM .w..7 .. . ..... w J. ig use our feed. D. & M. is the brand j k we make. K N Give us a trial tor your chick- k H ens sake. Do it now. - C. L. MADDY & CO. k -r9&6SS&SS&&:SS&5:$;&SU 3f SCARCITY to TURNS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS TO CEMENT AND ITS CONCRETE PRODUCTS WE ARE Headquarters for Concrete Articles. And have a good supply of fresh Cement, Sand, Lime, Side walks, Sewer Pipe, Guaranteed Flexible Shingles, Posts, Ornamental Lawn Vases and General Building Material. The Elks Builders Supply Co. E. L. KINGSBURY, Mgr, to to to to to S to to Phone Blue 41, , wmiritm-titmm-'m Now Is Tne Time To buy a Favorite Base Burner Tho Sooner You Do So The Sooner Your ConI Bills Will Shrink. You can luivo ovory room in your homo warm and comfortable day and night this winter and with less ex pense than you paid for heating ono or two rooms -if you buy a Favorito Huso Burner, Tho Favorlto is tho only baso burner that pours heat into tho house from every squaro inch of its surface. Every nook and corner upstairs and down may bo luxuriously and evenly warmed with a Favorite. You cannot afford to buy a stovo without investigating tho Favoiito. Come and see us now, and wo will show you why tho Favorite Baso Burner will throw out more boat, and consumo about half aa much fuel as other makes. J. Davis Hardware Co, NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Ira Simmons Deceased, Freeman E. Bowers has been ap pointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Ira Simmons lato of Wood County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 27 day of August A. D. 1914. CHAS. R. NEARING, 2Sc Probate Judge of Said County. to to I V(CU C to 1 IW Vll wVF to E. L. CLAY. Manager to Phone Main 48. 8 R OF TIMBER W m m m m Perrysburg, Ohio 3 ll m h m