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IK. VT P?!5irtf' MMHMriMMlMdttWfMMMtUHiSM THB PERRYSBURG JOURNAL fc- fa gmjjMjj mmmL n. i, nmia Editor Entered nt the Porryaburg Poatotnco as second-class matter. suuscnirrioN hates Ono dollar vftneo. Ono Not paid In advance nor year u jmi dollar and fifty atd In ad- conts li SrECIAIi NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and Resolutions of Respect aro published at the rato of 5 cents por lino only. Thcro vlll bo no deviation from this rule. iiisl tvosl of Promontory Point sta tion, Utah, la a pond cut off from tho Groat Salt lnko by tlio railroad ombnnkmont. At times of high wator In tho lake this roscrvolr fills by por eolation through tho ombankmont, but during tho summer this wator is con centrated to a brino by ovnporatlon. largo representation of stock being Tho doop-plnk color of tho brino Jb u present. The following Directors nnd ofTiccrs were elected: WKHS ANNUAL BANK ELECTION, The annual stockholders meeting and election of officers of the Citi zens Bankinc Co. resulted in a -WANTED Girls for general housework. Highest wages paid S5 to S7 per week. Also girls for shop and factory work. Apply at State-City Free Labor Exchange, Toledo. I Spring Time is THE JOURNAL Is dated Thursday, but tho paper goes to press every Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclocic, in order that It may reach Its readers In various localities by Thursday morning. Local nnd Iionc Distance lMionc Ao. .1. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916 REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENT. Editor Journal: Please announce that I am a candidate for nomination ns Representative in Congress for the Thirteenth district on the Republican ticket, at the primary. FRANKLIN P. RIEGLE. Bowling Green, 0. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Editor Journal: You may announce that I will be a candidate for nomina tion for a second term as Representa tive in Congress from tho Thirteenth district, at the Democratic primary to bo held in August next. A. M. OVERMYER. Washington, D. C, Feb. 23, 191G. I wish to announco that I will be a candidate from Washington Town ship for the nomination lor Count Commissioner subject to tho Republi can primary. Auy assistanco and sup port in my behalf will bo greatly ap preciated. Respectfully, CO. CUM. MINGS. OF J DAVIS, Chairman, Finance Committee VM CO.MSTOCK, President NOUMAN I., HANSON, Vice-President I). K. HOI.t,i:NHi:CK, Vlco-Presldgnt U. U. HAUTSUOUN, Cashier tinUTUUDn 13. CHAPMAN, Ass't Cash'r CLAI1U3 II. SPI3CJC. Ass't Cashier numerous mi, CO.MSTOCK J. DAVIS A. C. FULLER NORMAN L. HANSON 11. R. HARTSHORN D. K. HOLLENBECK DAVID MAIN GEORGE MUNGER A. J. WITZLER The bank officials report the past year as being one of unusual pros perity, an indication of the splendid financial condition of the people of Perrysburg and vicinity. phenomenon that appears In salt ponds Konornlly whon a cortaln con centration Is reached. In tho salt ponds of San Francisco bay this color And the Mother Earth is getting is duo to a cortnin bacillus which her new attire. lives in saturated brines and also in tho heaps of salt as it is piled for drainage and shipment. Prohibitive to llfo as such an environment might 1 bo considered, strong natural brines nro, in fact, inhabited by a number of , minute organisms animals as well as plants. Tho pink color disappears In 1 winter or whon fresh water is intro duced into tho poind. Tho Southern Pacific company has dono some ex perimental work on preserving piles and railroad ties by soaking them in tho nond. Why not you? 600 samples to choose from. Exact size in any of them. But if you do not need a new suit your last year's suit or overcoat needs cleaning. Bring them in. There is 'ho time to lose. You want to look respectfully dressed when t)ff your regular duty. MILTON MLADENUS Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Ph. Red 102. 206 Main St. IT BET To the Republican Voters of Wood County: I solicit your support for the olllice of Sheriff at tho Primaries to bo held on August 8, 1010. 1 will appreciate whatever you may be able to do for me. If nominated and elected 1 make no promises other than a clean ad ministration and a square deal to everyone. J, B. SHOECRAKT, & Bowling Green, Ohio. Report states that officials of the C. II. & D. 11. 11. have decided to enlarge the present passenger sta tion and add to it an addition suit able for a freight depot, thus im proving the appearance as well as the convenience of their property here It is also rumored that the line will soon be double tracked and bear the name of the B. & O. R. 11. Co. E hardware: I DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES AND HEATERS fj At Reasonable Prices t PLUMBING, TINNING AND DEEP WELL PUMPS, t SPRAY PUMPS AND ACCESSORIES Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated. J Estimates Promptly Furnished. & Serbia takes first rank as a country of contcnarians. One man in every 2,260 has seen 100 years, and, in all, Serbia boasts 575 men of 100 years or over. Ireland ranks next with one centonarlan in every 8,130 of tho pop ulation, or 578 in all. Out of every 48,000 Spaniards ono is a centenarian. Norway numbers 23, or one in about 96,000. England, Scotland and Wales ranks next with 192, or ono in about '177,000. Franco has 213 centenarians, or ono In 180,750. Sweden ranks sev enth, with 20 only, or ono in 250,000. German has 78, or ono in 702,000. Tho Now York World asserts that ,for tho quarter ended September 30 there was an increase of 9,598 in tho population of Ireland, tho birth rate of tho island bqlng 20.8 and tho death ;rato only 13.4. Surely there has (been a romarkablo improvement in Ireland's economic condition if, despite .the war-racked state of Europe, its population is substantially increasing for tho first timo in 70 years. Tho St. Louis Globe-Democrat ob 'servos that 'witticisms about darning ,tho masculine hosiery will probably ,hang on as long as tho bootjack joko r for decades after tho laundries have taken to darning tho socks. Possibly; ,but tho way In which somo of tho laundries darn tho socks makes tho , oarers of tho socks "darn" the laundries. 1 Tho banks of England, France, Ger many, Spain and Holland now hold be tween them $300,000,000 moro gold (than when the war began; an increaso of 14 por cent. In July, 1914, tho Bonk of Franco hold ?395,000,000 moro gold than tho Bank of Germany; it holds $353,000,000 moro than tho Gor man bank today. 1 According to an expert in tho Unit od States public health service, tho xtumbor of drug users in tho United States has been greatly exaggerated, and docs not really murh exceed 250, 000. Under oxlstlng legislation tho number hardly will Increase. A scientific noto says: "Grapo seeds, ior which hitherto no uso has been known, havo been found to contain a valuable oil." Wo thought grapo seeds wore always usoful in promoting ap-pondicltis. 1 A magazine writer endeavors to toll why tho poor man is unhappy. Nino times out of ten it's because ho can't do the things ho sees rich men doing. Tho Nobel peaco prlzo has como to bo regarded largely as a melancholy reminder. , One reason so many people go ron la because thoy shako their flats under tho noso of Temptation. 1 The poor of Paris aro paying no rent, It Is announced. Own tuelr jown homes, no doubtr MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP. The Misses Alma Limmer, Estella Pearson, and Nettie Bay and Abuer Limmer and Otto Bay of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Limmer and daugh ters He'en and Grace, of Haskins, spent a week ago Sunday with P. A. Ziss and iainilv, Mias Sophia Mintz returned to her homo at Gibsonburg, Sunday, having spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Fred Naegele of Haskins. Miss Amelia Weidner spent Sunday afternoon at the Russel Kazmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ziss and family accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. E. Lim mer and family motored to Toledo Sunday afternoon and visited with Mrs. Albert Limmer. Mr. Harvey Weidner spent a few days of last yeek with his sister near the Bend. Mrs. L. C. Wilson died at her home, one half mile south of the Bend, Fri. day morning, after a short Illness. Her husband and eight children survive. Funeral survices to take place Tues day, at 1:00 o'clock, at the house. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Ziss and daugh ter were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Clias. Weidner home. Mrs. Chas. Weidner was a recent caller at the homo of Mr. John Hon ner of Perrysburg. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? Liver perhaps needs waking up. Doan's Regulets for bilious attacks. 25c at all stores. Adv. GLENNWOOD GLEANINGS Baptism services were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hahn on Sunday last. Those bap tised were: Robert Claire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hahn; sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Brossia of White ford, Mich. Beatrice Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson of East Toledo; sponsors, Miss Mable and Mr. Clifton Hahn. Lloyd Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hahn of Rossford; spon sors, Miss Maymc Brossia and Mr. Albert Hahn. Rev. F. W. Deitz officiated. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Brossia and son Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn and children, Luella, Kathryn and Arthur; Mr. and Mrs. nedry Rrossia and child ren Dorothy, Mildred and Meivin; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and children of East Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hahn and children; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brossia; Thelma Alice and Paul Brossia of Whiteford Center, Mich; Mayme Brossia and Mable and Clifton Hahn A fino supper was served and all enjoyed a good time especially the babies. Mrs. Joo Hufford'and twin babies spent Thursday afternoon with Miss Kato Hufford. BLACK CAT I V ,,! ?im i II I ASK FOR THIS 1 I . BOOK OF LATEST I J'l WALL PAPER I I !; SAMPLES I I .) AT OUR STORE 1 1 I I We are exclusive distributors for this vicinity of the famous BLACK CAT WALL PAPERS These BLACK CAT PAPERS are designed for use in every room of the home, and are priced to meet the de mands of every pocket-book. From the cheapest that is good to the best that is made, BLACK CAT PAPERS make your home the prettiest. Our 191G BLACK CAT LINE is now in stock. Come and see the papers in the roll, just as they will appear on the walls of your home. FRED L. MAHR, PERRYSBURG, O. 8 FEED Q & FEED a t FEED FEED FEED JP JCLICJL Watch it Grow! Feed it to your chickens and Watch Them Grow. i 1 1 We will also supply Dairy and Horse Peed C. L. MADDY & CO. Il ikUTirirn .' ft t0 ma'ce t"e "oors in your home - sanitary. Uive them a coat of wrt&cxfe Vernicol Stain and they will have a rich gloss appearance (most any color) and a smooth hard surface, which will not readilv Collect dust and is ivieilv rlonnofl wifh n rlnmn cloth -A half-gallon will b,e enough for the borders of an ordinary sized room and an amateur can apply Vernicol. Information and color cards frco at our store J. DAVIS Hardware Co. PERRYSBURG, O. feA3 ERNI tHaoa x wioNiafrBWrc Vl MVA-w- . 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PERRYSBURG, OHIO -aS3-lg-a lif-K-B Cement is King Buildings, Walks and Roads made of Cement are proving Superior to any other Building Material We make any size or style block in any quantity for buildings, foundations or walks. ELK Builders Supply Co. Perrysburg, Ohio. Phone Blue 41 Let us lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you. J3W r- CSlliJ ' H I H-t L S HB-B-IIHB If m THE UNIVERSAL CAR 308,213 Ford cars were sold last year. "The Universal Car." 'Your necessity. They serve everybody, please everybody, save money for everybody by reliable service, economical operation and maintenance. Why experiment? Watch the Fords go by! Talk with the owners of Ford cars. Investigate for yourself. Prices lower than ever. Runabout $390 ; Touring Car $440 ; Town Car $640, f . o. b., Detroit. Why pay more? On sale ajt WM. SCHLECT, Perrysburg, 6. T-Ri-l-1 tyay- Hjiiui i"yiii