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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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BUUSCllIiTION HATES
Ono dollar, por year If paid In ad
vance Ono dollar and nity conts If
Not paid In advance.
SI'ECIAIj notice.
CardB or Thanks, Obituary Poetry and
Resolutions ot ReBpoct aro published at
tho rato of 6 conts por lino only. Thoro
will bo no deviation from this rule.
THE JOURNAli Is dated Thursday,
but tho papor noes to proas every
Wednesday attornoon at 2 o'clock, In
order that It may roach Its readers In
various localities by Thursday morning.
Local nnd lionir Dlatunuc l'liunc No. -I.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
To tho Republican Voters ot Wood County:
I nm a candidate ' for re-nomination for
Prosecutlntc Attorney on the Republican Ticket
at the primaries in August.
Your Bupport nnd influence is earnestly
lollcltcd.
Yours very respectfully,
EARL K. SULETHER.
l'KOll.VTE JUDGE
I am a candldato for Probate Judge.
Pleaso Investigate my qualifications Imd
If they aro found suitable 1 ask your
support. li. O. UISTL1K12,
Uardnur, Ohio.
Editor Journal Pleaso announce that
I am a candldato for nomination as
Representative In Congress for the
Thirteenth district on tho Republican
ticket, at tho pirmary.
FRANKLIN P. ItlEGLD,
Bowling Green, Ohio.
To tho Republicans of Wood County:
I am a candldato for Piobato Judge
subject to your decision to bo made at
tho August primary election. For
twenty-Uvo ycais I have lived in Wood
County and practised my profession in
thd"various courts, and all tho tune
lmvo been a Republican Jly acquaint
ance with you leads mo to beliovo that
I can honestly ask for your support and
your votes, and I respectfully do so
W. II. McMILLEN.
North Baltimore, O., April C, 1010.
FOR COMMISSIONER
Second Term
Havlnu had over a j ear's experience In the
office I feci that I am better equipped now to
handle the business than 1 possibly could have
been in the beginning. No man can learn the
business in less than 11 year. 1 ask jour sup
port at the primaries August 8.
J. II. WOLLAM.
I wish to announce that I will bo a
candldato from Washington Township
for tho nomination for County Commis
sioner subject to tho Republican pri
mary. Any assistance nnd support in
my bohalf will bo greatly appreciated.
Respectfully,
C. O. CU1IMINGS.
Having a desire to bo on tho Tarty
Ticket, as a candidate for County
Commissioner at tho November elec
tion. I respectfully solicit the con
sideration and support of tho Repub
licans of Wood County at the August
Primaries.
CHAS. T. EGGLESTON,
Ross Township.
I desire to secure the Republican
nomination for tho ollioe of County
Commissioner, and will appreciate
the good will and support of the vo
ters. Every favor will be appre
ciated. THOMAS II. TINNEY.
TO THE IlISPUHMCAXS OF WOOD
COUNTV.
I wish to announce that I will bo a
candldato for the nomination of Repre
sentative, subject to tho primary, Au
gust 8th, 101C. Any assistance and sup
port in my behalf will bo appreciated.
"V. W. LONG.
SHERIFF.
To tho Republ.-an "Voters of Wood
County:
I solicit your support for tho office of
Sheriff at the Primaries to be held o'n
August 8, 191G. 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 square deal to everyone.
J. B. SHOECRAFT,
Bowling Green, Ohio.
To Republicans of Wood County
am a candidate for the Republican
nomination for sheriff of Wood coun
ty subject to tho primaries August
8th and I shall greatly appreciate your
interest in my candidacy and your sup
port at the primaries.
MILO M. LYI3ARGER.
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, 1916.
First Real British Census.
Tho first real census of Great Brit
ain and Ireland was taken In 1801,
when tho population of England, Scot
land, Wales and Ireland was found to
bo 15,717,287. Food prices wero then
regulated by parliamentary enactment
and "forcstallors," or speculators in
provisions, woro severely punished
by Imprisonment. Aftor tho closo ot
tho Waterloo campaign prices receded
to almost formor rates and tho British
neoplo wero again happy.
I Encouraging Him.
"Do you think your father would
consent to our marriage?" "Ho might.
Father's so eccentric, you know."
Buffalo Express,
SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT GO
ALONG?
Of course it should! For after a stren
uous day when your muscles have been
exercised to tho limit an application 01
Sloan's Liniment will take the soreness
and stiffness away and get out in fine
shape for the morrow. You should
also use it for a sudden attack of
toothache, stiff neck, backache, stings,
bites and the many accidents that aro
incidental to a vacation. "Wo would as
aoon leave our baggage as go on a
vacation or camp out without sloan's
Liniment." Writes ono vacationist:
"Wo use it for everything from cramps
to toothache," Put a bottle in your bag,
, and have no regrets, aw
Additional Local.
Prof. 11. L. Colo is the guost
of Pcrrysburg friends.
Mr. Jack Troutwoin of Toledo
spent Sunday with Ohm Phillips.
Wanted Lady roomer, with
or without board. Enquire Jour
nal office.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Cordcll
nnd family visited with friends in
Toledo, Sunday.
Any skin itching is a temper tester.
Tho more you scratch tho worse it
itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles,
eczema any skin itching. 50c at all
drug stores.
A little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fcnneberg sustained a broken arm
when he fell from his high cjiair.
Mr. and Mrs. D". C. Whitehead
were recent guests of friends in
Monclova.
Mrs. John Rogers is slowly
improving from the etl'eets of a re
cent operation.
See "The Burglar's Picnic"
Saturday night at the Auditorium
Theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moser en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ger
tig, of Cincinnati, Monday.
Mr. Al Scott, of Texas, and Mr.
Prank Scott, of Toledo, called on
their brother AVm. Seolt last Sun
day. Mr. Melton Chase and daugh
ter Susie Chase, of Toledo, were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Mr. Erwin Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lintner
and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lintner
spent Sunday at Eagle Point
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Eugleby.
Mr. W111. Charles visited his
brother Albion Charles at Water
ville, Ohio. Will says it's a long,
long way to Waterville when the
clouds are weeping.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leydorf
entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Ellerton, of Halton, 0., and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilhelm Meyers, of Ris
ing Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilcrnlcy
and Mr. Jairus Curtis and daugh
ter, Mrs. L. Crookham of E. Toledo,
were guests of. Mrs. Harriett Cur
tis, Sunday.
Cashier R. R. Hartshorn, of
the Citizen's bank, is now in
Pittsburgh, N. Y., taking military
training at the gov.ernment train
ing camp.
Mrs. J. D. Hoffman had as
miosis Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Harbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coehr
and daughter Ruth and Miss (Joehr,
of Toledo.
Agricultural meeting Tuesday
evening June 13th. Every farm
er should come and hear the,
subject of "Centralization of
Schools" debated and discussed by
Supt. Hall. Other farmers prob
lems will be discussed. Let your
neighbors know and come your
self.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fahrer
entertained the following, Sunday :
Mrs. Mary Fahrer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Humes and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Seeholtzer, Mr. Roy Seeholtzer,
Miss Dorothy Seeholtzer, of Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trumpy and
daughter Ethel, and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Fahrer.
Mrs. Ira Knull of this place
and Mrs. Geo. Dibling and son of
Toledo were the week end guests
of Mrs. Knull 's daughter. Mrs.
George Finkbejner and family of
Grand Rapids, O., where they at
tended the graduating exercises,
at which their daughter Jennie
was one ot the class. Miss Jennie
came home with them for a short
visit with relatives at this place
and Toledo.
Prof. J. E. Nietz, superinten
dent of the Pcrrysburg schools,
has rented Mrs. David Hatcher's
residence on Fifth street. During
the summer vacation Mr. and
Mrs. Nietz will spend a portion of
their time in Columbus, where Mr.
Nietz will give his attention to the
attainment of higher degrees la
his profession. They will return
to Pcrrysburg in August.
G. F. FRIESS
Painting,
Paper Hanging
Decorating
Phone Black 132
PERRYSBURG, O.
All Work Given Prompt Attention,
MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP
Mrs. Liebherr-Myers died Fri
day afternoon at the horpc of her
son, Benjamin Licbhcrr near Has
kins. Funeral services woro hold
Monday at 9:00 a. m. in the St.
Rose Catholic church at Pcrrys
burg. Mrs. Fred Naegcle has returned
to her homo after a four weeks
stay at the Rheinfrank hospital,
where a successful operation was
performed.
Mrs. Adam Bobel entertained
the members of tho Ladies Aid of
the Reformed church of Haskins.
A large number of friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heyman gath
ered at their home Thursday eve
ning and surprised them. Tho
event was in honor of Mrs. Hey
man's birthday, and she was the
recipient of a beautiful white linen
tablecloth. Tec cream and cake
was served and all reported a gen
eneral pleasant evening and wished
Mrs. Heyman many more such
birthday gatherings.
The Misses Ruth and Mildred
Stoncbrook were over Sunday
guests of the Misses Inez and
Ruby Walker. I
The Misses Fern and Ruth Mc
Colley aro spending a few weeks
with their sister, Mrs. E. G. Ziss.
Miss Amelia Wcidner spent a
few days of last week with rela
tives at Curtice.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weidner
and sons Harvey and Clarence,
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Ziss and
daughter Allene, and Howard
Linimer spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Miller and family.
Mrs. O. Kroh of Toledo was an
over Sunday visitor at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Fred Naegele.
Mr. Karl Dauer has returned to
his home near Haskins having
completed a four year course at
the Heidelberg University at
Tiffin.
Mr. Gust Moore of California is
visiting relatives at .Haskins and
vicinity for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Ziss called
on Mr. Reinhart Reitzel and fami
ly of Lime City, Tuesday after
noon. Miss Gertrude Weihl of Swan-'
ton is visiting relatives at Has
kins this week.
WHY ENDURE SUMMER COLDS?
It isn't necessary to have a stuffed
head, running nose. To cough your
head off as it were. All you need do is
to use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. The
soothing and healing balsams open the
clogcred air passages and in a short
time you get relief and start on the
road to recovery. Your nose stops
running, you cough less and you know
you are getting better. Get a bottle,
use as directed. Keen what is left as
a cough and cold insurance. Adv.
Township Schools,
The Pcrrysburg Twp. Board of
Education will make an inspection
tour and determine the needs of
all school buildings in the Twp. on
Friday June 9th.
There will be a debate held at
the Lime City school Tuesday
evening June 13th. Question re
solved that the Perrysburg Twp.
Schools should be centralized.
Come out and hear both sides of
the question.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to cure it
you must take internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by ono ot the nest pnysi
cians in tho country for years and is
a regular prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, combined
.with the best blood purifiers, acting
directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two in
gredients is what produces such won
derful results in curing catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free.r
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., To
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, price 76c.
' Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
TRADE-MARKS mid copyrights obtalnod or no
lee. oellll luoilll, ntl'iciies ur iuiuiuq ami unit
dwcriptluu. for FRCC SEARCH and import oa
pan nubility. SiSjiuiseiwrlencn.
Btnrt Sciitbtiiniji (or NEW BOOKLET,
run or luturit lufonutUiuu. It will liilu you to
(ortuno. . . ,
READ PACES lt-nnd M beforo nouljlng
f or u !tuiiit. vnt to-day.
PATENT LAWYERS.
l303 Seventh St., Washlnnton, D. C.
$ President Line Lawn
(0
Washington 16 inch $12.00 Adams 16 inch $6.5o
" 18 " 13.00 " 18 " 7.00
Lincoln 18 " ' 12.00 Jackson 16 " 5o
Grant 16 8.00 Monroe 16 " 3oo
" 18 " 9.00
S J. DAVIS
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Mrs. Jno. Spolm of Toledo is
here for 11 week's visit with Mrs.
Lawrence Eckel.
Miss Norma Pomeroy, of Ash
tabula, was a guest of her ,aunt,
Mrs. Jos. Reap.
Mrs. John Prantz ami Miss
Alina Ilailey, of Toledo attended
commencement Friday evening in
Pcrrysburg.
Cloycc and Gladys "Webb will
spend their vacation at Osseo,
Mich., with their annt, Mrs. Bar
row. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isch of
Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Kazmaier were Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Guilder's guests Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mills and
baby and Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Thom
as, of Detroit were over Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mills.
Mrs. Alexander Patterson
has come from San Francisco, Cal.,
to spend the summer with Mrs.
W. 0. Perrin at her country home.
Mr. Lewis Linimer and family,
Mr. Oscar Halm and wife and Mr.
Charles Huft'ord and family mo
tored to Buttonwood Island Sun
day. Mrs. Mary Adams and Mrs.
Nellie Finch will go to Upper San
dusky as delegates to the Ohio
Women's Missionary Conference on
Friday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Corn
stock and son John, of Monroe,
Mich., were guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Comstock, Sun
day. LOST Small leather baby
buggy cushion. Finder please re
turn to Mrs. C. A. Lucas and re
ceive reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilming
ton of Toledo were guests at the
home of Mr. C. B. and Miss Mc
Knigbt. Mrs John Shepler and
Mrs. C. B. Shepler of Toledo were
their Sunday guests.
A HACKING COUGH WEAKENS
THE SYSTEM.
Don't suffer with a hacking cough
that has weakened your system get a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, in
use over 40 years, and benefiting all
who use it, the soothing pine balsam
with tar heal the irritated air passages
soothes the raw spots, loosens the
mucous and prevents racking the body
with coughing. Dr. King's New Dis
covery induces natural sleep and aids
nature to cure you. Adv.
lUt-tou, BOWLING GREEN &
SOUTHERN TRACTION CO.
THE TOLEDO-DAYTON LINE.
Limited Trains Leave Maumee 8U
tlon North.
6:33 a. m.
8:38 a. m.
10:38 a. m.
12:38 p. m.
2:38 p. m.
4:36 p. m.
6:38 p. m.
8:38 p. m.
Maumee 8ta
Limited Trains Leave
tlon 8outh.
7:58 a. m. 1:56 p. m.
9:56 a. m. 3:66 p. m.
11:56 a. m. 6:56 p. m.
7:56, 9:56 p. m., Wapakoneta only.
LOCAL CARS.
Southbound
Liocal cars leave Maumee station
as follows: 7:12, 9:12, 11:12 a. m.
1:12, 3:12, 6:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:12,
11:40 J), m. and 12:10 a. m.
Northbound
Local cars arrive at Maumee. station
as follows: 5:48, 6:33, 7:12, 748,
9:48, 11:48 A. M 1:48, 3:48, 4:48,
6:48, 7:48, 9:48 P," M.
Special cars con bo oharterod foi
any occasion at any hour. For infor
matlon, ask the agent or address.
C. F. SMITH, Gen. Mgr.
Flnsllay. Ohio
HOTEL
200 ROOMS
COLUMBUS
Long and 5th Sts. FIRFPROOF
columbus, o. rmtrKuur
tOOMS $1.00: with Private Bath $1JC
7bur Money
)Jiack:
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fans
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BRAFf 'S DISTEMPER REMEDY
'PojltlvclvaiuranlcedlocureDiilemDer.Counfii I
Cotdi. Influenza and Pink Evo or money refunded.
I It will piv you io Keep a Dome onninaaaa prncn
I tls,1or these diseases prove serlousll notcheckCd.
HBWitKB.ur imisMsiuntt
LaroO Bottle S1.00,SmallSlzo SOo
rurauiouy
C. P. Champney.
HARDWARE COMPANY
Xfr
Miss Mayer, of Jackson, Mich.,
was the guest of Miss Laura Danz
on Friday last.
Mr. Carlton Finkbciner has
gone to Ann Arbor for a short stay,
having returned with his brother,
Mr. Donald Finkbciner, who attend
ed the commencement exercises here
Friday.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estate of Ktito li Shoemaker, de
ceased. Rathbun Fuller has been- ap
pointed and qualified as Administrator
uC tho estate ol Kato L,. Shoemaker, late
of Wood County, Ohio, deceased. Dated
this 25tu day of llav, A. D. 101G.
CHAS. R. NEAU1NG.
Probate Judgo of said County.
MILTON MLADENUS
Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner
Cleaning1, Pressing1 and Repairing
a Specialty.
206 Main St.
PERRYSBURG, OHIO.
Phone
Tailor Shop Main 256 Res. Red 102
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durable structural wood of moderate cost is
The wood that goes into
mills wherever exceptional
tVe sell that Irtnd, not only in framing material, but in every
variety of lumber Used in building. It will pay you to investigate
tho special advantages we offer in your building operations.
Come in and get our figures see how little it will cost now to
build that new barn, granary, shed or implement house.
Get the benefit of our Free
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PERRYSBURG? OHIO
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
308,213 Ford cars were sold last year. "The Universal
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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, Periyiburg, O.
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Is to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ailments. I'ovcr. Indication, l'ilei.
Siok Iloodaohc. Poisoned System end
a score of other troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation lost.
Keep your Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
healthy and aotiro. Rid your system
of fermented. Hasty foods.
Nothinit beltur than
Dr. King's
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All Druddist 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
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Rigid Framework
that is what you want in every
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durability and substantial service.
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strength i3 necessary.
service.
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