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. ....owijt':.' Vrtv I VA '. i EM g m$flwwfl $mmwk K. li. IlIiTIU Killtor Entered at tho I'orryBlmrg rostomco bh Bocond-claaa matter. SUIISCIIUTION 11ATI2S (Inn ilnllnr nor vear If tiald In ad vunco. Ono dollar and iltty cunts It Not paid In advance SPKCIAIj NOTlCli. Cn.nl a of Thanks. Obituary I'ootry and Resolutions of Ituspuct aro published at tho rato of 5 cunts pur lino only. Theru Will bo no Uoviuuon rrom tins ruiu. TUB JOURNAL Is dated Thursday, but tho paper noes to press every Wednesday aftariioon pi ' o'clock, lit order that It may rcadh Its rouders In varlouB localities by Thursday morning. Local nnd Iiouk DlNtniiue l'liuuc An. -1. THURSDAY, JUNK i, 191O l'llOlIATU juuci; I nra a candidate for Probate Judge. Pleaso Investigate my tjuallllcatlons und If they uro found suitable 1 usk your support. 11. O. U1STL.1NK, , lJurdner, Ohio. Editor Journal Pleaso announce that I um a candidate for nomination as Representative in Congress for the Thirteenth district on tho Republican ticket, at tho plrmary. FltANICLilN P. 1UI3GL.E, Howling Green, Ohio. To tho Republicans of Wood County: I am a candidate for Probato Judgo subject to your decision to bo made ul tho AugUBt primary election. Kor twonty-nvo yeais 1 have lived In Wood County and pructlsed my profession In tho various courts, and ull tho time have been a Republican Jly acquaint ance with you leads mo to bollovo that I can honestly ask for your support and your voteB, and 1 respectfully do so. W. II. JIc.UlLL.EN. North Baltimore, O., April D, 101C. rort COMMISSIONER Hrcond Term UnvlnB liad over a year's experience in the office I feci that I nm better tqulpiwd now to handle the business than I possibly could lmvc been In tho beginnlnB. No man can learn the business in less than n year. 1 ask your sup port at the primaries August 8. J. II. WOLLAM, I wish to announco that I will bo a candidate from Washington Township for tho nomination for County Commis sioner subject to tho Republican pri mary. Any asslstanco and support In my bohalf will bo greatly appreciated. Respectfully. . C. O. CUMMINGS. TO ,T1IK REI'UHMCAXS OF WOOD COUMT, I wish to announco that I will bo n candidate for tho nomination of Repre sentative, subject to tho primary, Au gust 8th, 191G. Any assistance nnd sup port in my behalf will be appreciated. W. W. LONG. SHERIFF. To tho Itopubllcan Voters of AVood County: I solicit your support for tho offlce of Sheriff at tho Primaries to bo held on August 8, 1D10. I will appreciate what ever you may bo able to do for me. If nominated and elected I make no prom ises other than a clean administration and a squaro deal to everyone. J. B. SHOECRAFT, Bowling Green, Ohio. To Republicans of Wood County 1 am a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Wood coun ty subject to the primaries August 8th and I shall greatly appreciate your interest in ray candidacy and your sup port at the primaries. MILO M. LYJ3ARQER. 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 the Thirteenth district, at the Democratic primary to be held in August next. A. M. OVERMYER. Washington, D. C, Feb. 23, 1916. PLEASE DON'T DO IT! Correspondents will please write on one side of paper only. No copy will be accepted if written on both sides of paper. HE'S FROM NORWALK. Tom Latham of Norwalk, candi date for Congress on the Republi can Primary ticket, was in town during the past week and paid this office a flying visit. Mr. Latham's chief business at this time, is to place orders with tho local papers, sotting forth his candidacy, and that tho voters of the county may see what he looks like. Later on he expects to reach each precinct in the county, and to interview as many voters as it is possible to do 60. Mr. Latham seemed to bo full of good humor, and when asked about tho political situation, said: "All sorts of questions and ad monitions aro being received and administered daily. This wan dered from an ardent Progressive, 'Ho that taketh hold of the plow handle and looketh backward, is not fit for the kingdom of God, and should bo shot,' and by the" same post came this, inquiring if my Bull Moose antlers had been suffi ciently amputated, so as to make mo safe to appear in respectable society. Both declared, however, that they intended to vote for me, and then trust to luck. How de lightful it is to learn of the discov ery, that most of my competitors at ono time lived on a farm, and hoed corn. Well, I can go them ono better, for I was born in a log house," laughingly concluded the genial candidate, as ho hurriedly started for Bowling Green. km&tl Additional Local. I For Sale. White porcelain gas rnngo with niclclo trimming, lined with blue porcelain. Cheap if taken at once. Phono, blue 23. 13tf Miss Kathryn Ilahn was a guest of Miss Grace Ilahn Friday. Wanted Lady roomer, with or without board. Enquire Jour nal office. Mr. Hay Hcnnan has re turned from a week's visit with friends in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griss were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Teely of Toledo. Mrs. Fred Schwind of Toledo was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Valentine Schwind, Sunday. Mrs Herbert Sawyer and Mrs. Edward Thornton visited with friends in Toledo, Friday. Mrs. Fred Rossbach, Jr. spent Sunday in the country with her mother, Mrs. John Keifer. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Emmerick visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Wcuig of Tontogany, Sunday. Mrs. Lena Lehman has gone to Monclova for a week's visit with her son, Daniel Neiderhouse. Any skin itching is a temper tester. The more you scratch the worse it itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles, eczema any skin itching. GOc at all drug stores. Mrs. Clias. Maddy enter tained at dinner, Sunday: Miss Dunham, Miss Aye and Miss Parks. Mrs.S Chas. Lampman and daughter of Sault Ste. Marie are here for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Rheinfrank. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Adam son and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Em merick motored to Delta Tuesday and were guests of friends for the day. The Misses Eunice and Edith Dauer, and Mr. Melvin Duhamel of Toledo were guests of the Mis ses Ruth and Nellie Frusher, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Barton and children, Richard and Mary Louise were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eggleston of Toledo, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Witting ham who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton the past week have returned to their home at Blissfield, Michigan. Miss Kathryn Rhoda, teacher of Music and Art has returned home her summer vacation after a successful year's work in tho Mc Pherson, Kan. High Schools. Mrs. A. Ballantyno had as Sunday dinner guests: Mrs. Edith Maddy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zach man and baby daughter, Miss Ruth Zachman and Louis Marti. Mrs. Clarence Trumbull died at her home in Perrysburg on Monday night May 29. She is' survived by a husband and four children. Interment in Ft. Meigs cemetery. On Thursday evening, May 25 the Band boys and a few friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ingram, in honor of Mr. Ingram's 29th birthday. Re freshments were served and an en joyable time was had by all. CLEAR SKIN COMES FROM WITHIN. It is foolish to think you can gain a good, clear complexion by tho use of faco powder. Get at the root of the trouble and thoroughly cleanse the ' system with a treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentlo and mild in ' action, do not gripe, yet they relieve tho liver by their action on tho bowels. Good for young, adults and aged. Go after a clear complexion today. 2Gc. ' at your druggist. Auv. G. F. FRIESS Painting, Paper Hanging Decorating Phone Black 132 PERRYSBURG, O. AH Work Given Prompt Attention. -L-i"lY""JiYlJ !'' Ja nT. .T.TTiif 17 1 WEBB JU A MItaE PLEASE' fPlw, .Tmiminl line lmnn rnnniviim volumes of literature from the Greater Dayton publicity depart ment, telling us about a train load of Dayton business men will arrive in Perrysburg at 0:515 a. m. on .Tune 8, and desire and expect all the people to come down to the depot and look them over while their brass band plays "Oh, You Beautiful Hoiks." Just why theso men expect us to rush out to see them is unex plained. Perhaps they arc the "only ones in captivity;" or pcrliaps they have such winning ways that they will expect our village merchants to go down to aDyton to buy their groceries and other merchandise, and pass up good old Toledo. Perhaps they desire to have us line up along the track so they may give us the "once over" and if they like the sample they may buy the whole town. Perhaps they wish to see how people look who live in a town that lias no fear of flood. The Pub. Dept. man says, "School children should be at the station," also the mayor or some other prominent business man should be there to tell the Dayton follows what wo raise and have to sell; the brass band and the exhi bition will parade the main street ; they will take photographs," etc., etc., ad libitum, ad nauseam, and all in a IT) minuto visit. Some speed to that! We gave this notice so our citi zens may come out and see the sights. But not for us too early in tho morninrr. CLOSING OF SCHOOLS. ENTERTAINMENT BY GRADES I THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 8:00 P. M. ' 1. Piano Solo Cloyce Webb 2. Sunbonnet Babies Fir -it Grade. 3. Swedish Folk Dance, "A Con- flict" Second Grade 4. Reading, "Mrs. Saunders, Poli- tician" Daisy Lehr 5. Mid-Summer Day's Wash Mrs. Timmer's Room' G. Scarf Drill and Waltz Song :.. Third Grade 7. A Man Without a Country Vera Sprague 8. Captain of the Ball Nine Fourth Grade 9. Duet, "The Blue Birds". Richard and Harold Ford 10. Flower Songs Ffth Grade 11. Symposium, "Needs of Today.... Sixth Grade 12. Piano Duet Cloyce Webb and Madaine McGee PROGRAM FOR EIGHTH GRADE COMMENCEMENT. Friday, June 2, 2:00 P. 31. 1. Chorus by the School Austrian National Hymn. Russian National Hymn. 2. Recitation, "Jim Bludso" Richard Reither 3. Literary Symposium Life of Robert Louis Steven son Alice Prinnle Travels of Robert Louis Ste venson Katharyn Rossbach Later Life of Robert Louis Stevenson Lawrence Wiser Symposium of Treasure Island Gordon Pheley 4. Music Chorus by School English National Hymn. French National Hymn. 5. Agriculture Symposium Corn Evelyn Wilson Forests Charles Bayers Citizen Birds Leo Dibling The Most Interesting of Insects Virginia Pope "BY JOVE! THE COOLEST ROOM IN THE HOUSEi" That's" why the sensible housewife does her summer cooking on a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove with Kayolight Oil. It mean light work and lighter fuel bills. The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove is th stove with the long blue chimney. It saves time and money. For Sale Only By Deahrs Rayolight Oil is a clear dependable fuel. It bums with a clear full flame without smoke or odor. Ask for R-A-Y-O-L-I-G-H-T For Sale Everywhere THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY (OHIO) NV PERFECTION mm ' ..-""Wl. JJT OlIeOOK-STOVES a'aas.as-aaaasaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaiiaaa ffA President Line Lawn m m m Washington 16 inch $12.00 Adams 16 inch $6.5o " 18 " 13.00 18 7.00 Lincoln 18 " 12.00 Jackson 16 5.00 Grant 16 8.00 Monroe 16 3.00 " 18 " 9.00 m J. DAVIS m G. Vocal Selection, "An Open Secret" Mary Williams 7. Recitation, "Jane's Graduation" .! Irene Kopp 8. Historical Symposium Michael Angclo as a Man and a Poet Frances Roose Michael Angelo as a Painter Jeannette Lownsbury Michael Angclo as a Sculptor D.ick Russcl Michael Angelo as an Archi tect Walter Thornton 9. Chorus by the School German National Hymn. American National Hymn. 10. Presentation of Certificates by Co. Superintendent H. E. Hall Continued from First Page. cration of Money.'' Miss Mar jorie Wilson, leader. Prayer and praise service, Thursday evening at 7:30. Sub ject for consideration, "A Chris tian's Friend." John 15: 12-17. To all we extend a hearty invita tion to these services. rru tj i cat -n Th? Presbytery of Maumee will meet in rue i' rcsuytenan cnurcn here. Mondav, June 12 at 10 a. m. The Thirty-second Annual con vention of the Wood County Sunday-School Association met in Bowling Green at the Presbyterian church, May 31 and June 1, 101G. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Sunday June 4th. Bible School 9 a. m. Lesson Subject, "The Call of tho West." Divine Worship 10:15 a. m. Rev. E. M. Spreng of Cleve land, O., representihg the Parent Missionary Society of the Evan gelical Association will give the message. Junior meeting 2:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. League meetings Tuesday eve ning. Mid week Prayer Thursday eve ning. On Thursday evening June 1st a ten days tent meeting will be opened at the Hobart church 1A miles from Rossford, Oregon road. Rev. Geo. Bennard of Bellaire, Mich., song writer and Evangelist will conduct the meeting on Bible lines. ipy& .A ftr . -..lfc h m & HMH s HARDWARE COMPANY. S Petrograd Store Signs. Many of tho storcn In Petrograd havo boforo tho doora pictorial rep rescntatlons of tho gooda on sale In side. WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY? This best answer is Dr. King's New Discovery itself. 'It's a pleasant, sweet syrup, easy to take. It contains the medicines which years of experience have proven best -for Coughs and Colds. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery longest are its best friends. Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If you don't get satisfac tion you cet your money back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is lett lor Uough and Cold insurance, Adv. MILTON MLADENUS Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner Cleaning, Pressing1 and Repairing a Specialty. PERRYSBURG, OHIO Ph. Red 102. 206 Main St. M3& &1L&T S I 50c. nnd $1.00 All Druggists llBr oialieri1 Yellow Fine I Mm 'r?0 WEd that BeS-,nt0 railroad trestles, bridges, factories, fij MM y s1,1 tbat Wnd nt only in framing material, but in every 1 Mm vanety of lumber used in building. It will pay you to investigate I Slp special advantages we offer in your building operations. tfi Come in and get our figures see how little it will cost now to H H$ build that now barn, granary, shed or implement house. I The Charles L. Koch Co. PERRYSBURG, OHIO II- !. ! .wtm btvi at i t tOi " ' ' n H III P- j THE UNIVERSAL CAR 808,213 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 at WM. SCHLECT, Perrysburg, O. Mowers to to to to to to to to to to to to i'llli TOI.UDO A MAUMEIE VA1.LET- R. It. CO. In Kffrct Kehninrr 1, 1011. 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