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THE PfcWRYBBURG JOURNAL
fa taj!0&Mfl gmmutt Additional Local. I, iintm Editor Bntorcd at the Porrysburs Postomco g jccond-olaas tnnttcr. SUBSCRIPTION IIAT12S One dollar per year If paid In ad vance. Ono dollar and ntty cont If Not paid In advance SPECIAL NOT1CK. Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and Resolutions of Respect aro published at tho rate of B cents per "no only. There will be no deviation from this rule. THE JOURNAIj Is dated Thursday, but the paper goes to press every Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, n order that It may reach its readers In Various localities by Thursday morning. ,ocl nd Long Distance Phnnc !So. 31. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1917 That over 800 country newspapers had suspended publication in tho United States since tho price of news paper began advancing shortly after tho beginning of tho European war, was asserted recently before the Cali fornia Press Association. It is prac tically impossible for a country pub lisher to advance his prices in propor tion to the increased cost to him. As a result, the papers which were barely able to get along or were, perhaps, making a small profit two years ago, aro now unable to exist. If you owo anything on subscription, cither to this paper or to any other, pay it as soon as possible. You may be sure the publisher needs tho money. Observations of the habits of the English sparrow made by the blologl ,cal survey show how living things adapt themselves to many varying conditions so as to make tho most of their surroundings, and then become tho victims of other changes that do not at first sight seem to concern them at all. The birds brought to the At lantic coast of this country several generations ago spriwl rapidly all over the land, but stuck tenaciously to the cities. The spreading Hocks did jiot stop at international boundaries, but lmve been traced by the survey ob servers both into Canada and Mexico. Tho cold of the former country has brought about almost n complete change of habits. The emigrants to Canada have become more thrifty, build much warmer nests than their cousins south of the international line, and have even taken to building in hollow trees, a prnctlco not common among the sparrows either In central and southern states or in England. Tho spnrrows that have gone Into Mexico, on tho other hand, have taken to building light nests, and lead a dis tinctly subtropical existence. H. E. POWERS & SON IT MAY CONCERN. I have just received a shipmont General Blacksmithing and oi ?Mc wo1- Horseshoeing. t uMado to order at very rcson. p. . j .t n u jp r o d able prices, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, First door north C. H. & D.R.R ...,. . , ,nft Call and see u.. .d $5.50 Mid a fW at $6.00. I Come early and get yours while NOTICE TO FARMERS. they last. Also suits and over- On account of the scarcity of cars coats made to order from $22.50 and storage space, fanners are re- and up. quested to hold back their grain I for a few days. ( . - Perrysburg Grain & Seed Co. MlltOH MlaClenUS I Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner It seems difficult to believe there can be any connection between strawber ries and poison gases, but tho nssocla ,tion exists. The steamships bringing ifruitfrom Brittany to Plymouth refuse ito carry passengers when conveying n cargo of strawberries because of tho (intoxicating fumes given off by tho berries when packed in bulk, says Lon ,don Chronicle. Even the seamen have orders to keep on deck as much as pos sible. As strawberries, oven tons of Ithem, give off no very pungent smell, itho theory has been advanced that the lintoxicntlng effect of a enrgo of the fruit Is duo to fermentation of tho sugar In tho berries. The great American sin Is profan ity. Tho use of profane language Is ,not confined to the street loafer, to tho tthug or tho sot; men who move in Igood society, business men of stand ing and reputation, young men and old men, and even boys of tender ago arc addicted to tlds inexcusable habit and Bin, says Thomas (Okla.) Trib une. There is nothing more disgust ing than to hear a man punctuate his every utterance with lurid oaths. J In' Philadelphia tho speeding pe destrian is to be curbed In safety-first rules. It seems ho Is a menace to tho security of motorists, and on him tho iburden of prevention Is to be laid. Ho has so long enjoyed the right of Iwny thnt it is now difficult to make him understand thnt tho Introduction of the automobile bns changed nil that. Mrs. Dr. I. S. Bovvers enter tained a party of ladjr friends at dinner on Wednesday. Miss 'Cora Pierce and Mrs. F. C. Eberly were dinner guests of Mrs. A. R. Williams on Tuesday. Mr. W. A. Finkbeincr and family have taken apartments in Toledo for the remainder of the winter. Mrs. Averill and Mr. Freder ick Averill will start for California next week expecting to spend a few months on the coast. A pleasing event in the home of Mr. Wm. Schlect occurred on Wednesday when a dinner was given in celebration of Mr. Schlect's birthday in which all members of the family participated. For any itching skin trouble, piles, eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment is highly recommended. 50c at all stores. A minstrel show to be given at the Town hall on Friday night, Jan. 20, 1917, by the New Century club is for the purpose of creating a fund to be known' as the Log'Cabin fund, the money so raised to be devoted to erecting a replica of the Lincoln cabin to be used, when completed) as a home for historical relics. The cabin will be constructed of logs, many of which have already been secured from farmers in this vicin ity. A copper plate bearing the name of the donor will be placed upon each log in the cabin. A blue print of the cabin will be ready for inspection in the near future. Any citizen who is willing to donate logs for the cabin can address the pres ident of the club or the Secretary. WINTER BRINGS COLDS TO CHILDREN A child rarely goes through the whole winter without a cold, and every mother should have a reliable remedy handy. Fever, sore throat, tight chest and croupy coughs are rare symptoms. A dose of Dr. Bell's Pine "Tar Honey will loosen the phlegm, relieve the congested lungs and stop "the cough. Its antiseptic pine balsams heat and soothe. For croup, whooping' cough, anu enronic bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. At all Drug gists, 25c. TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES. The board of trustees held their regular meeting on January 13, all members and the clerk being pres ent. About the only business trans acted of importance was the pay ment of bills, as follows : Defiance Gas and Electric Co $ 7.13 Mrs. Cranker, Janitress 3.25 J. Davis Ildw. Co., supplies- 2.47 F. Jezzard, groceries 3.00 N. O. Tel. Co 3.15 Perrysburg T. & B. Co., coal 14.00 Perrysburg G. & S. Co., coal 7.50 E. L. Barrett Co., account book .35 Dr. Canfield. professional service 9.00 Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing a Specialty. 206 Main St. PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Phones Shop Main 256 Residence Red 102 Will close at 0 p. m. except Sat urdays, 9 p. m. The Favorite Fireless Cooker X Will save enough gas in a year to pay for a range M IS and a great saving in labor. $ The Ordinary Way 2 hrs. Gas 3 hrs. Gas hrs. Gas 2 hrs. Gas 40 min. Gas Total, 9 hrs. 10 min. Bean Soup Roast Ham Boiled Beets Boiled Cabbage Indian Pudding The Favorite Firelesa Way One hour with gas turned on and four hours with imprisoned heat. Very little pot-watching. I The saving in cooking this New England boiled dinner is tremendous. On an ordinary range the housewife would have to spend an entire afternoon and would use all burners, consuming gas for an aggregate time of 9 hours and 10 minutes. Now with the wonderful Favorite Fircless only one burner for one hour is needed. The rest of the work is done by the imprisoned heat. The housewife can go shopping or even to a matinee, returning -with the satisfaction of knowing that her family will enjoy a wholesome, hot meal. J. Davis Hardware Company. K . k.bbiABbJAbkbbbikA js.A.iki. A . " 8 8 t vt ! mi yt rv ' s r.- - -vr , "-' " " t Try r" t y -yy yc' y dj wj&b&jS FRESH CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Can be had EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR THOMPSON'HLfWER store 216 Conant St., Maumee, O. Funeral designs of all kinds. Wedding work, etc., given careful attention. Store open until 8:30 p. m. Home Phone Saturday night 10:30 p. m. Residence Main 115 Sunday a. m. 8 to 12 noon. Store Main 33 F. E. THOMPSON, Prop. J. R. Robertson C. C. Robertson J. R. ROBERTSON & SON Contractors and Builders Execute all kinds of carpentry and building. Building from architects' plans a specialty. Both new and repair work given prompt attention. Estimates cheerfully furnished. No job too small. Get our prices. Phone Red 158, Perrysburg, Ohio 48d FMMERSJST1T0TE Program for a Two Day Session, Feb. 21 and 22. Still, men ought to bo generous nough to remember that the brief du ration of human life makes It impos sible for each woman to havo her Bay lunlcss the whole bunch are permitted 'to talk at the same time. According to a fashion authority, the short hklrt will continue to be worn next fall, but It won't be tho sauio skirt, If she can get a new one. The duke of Manchester Is not a reporter, says an eastern paper, that being one game where title and an cestry cut no figure whatever. Scientists aro trying to mako mon-1 keys into men but lots of politicians aro easily making monkeys of them-selvos. One Important contribution to war! literature usually overlooked by others (s a widow's only son. ' Too many men havo the mistaken i notion that the thing to do is tho other,1 fellow. 3. 1. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. G. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. WORN NERVES. Nervous troubles, with backache, dizzy spells, queer pains and irregular kidneys, give reason to suspect kidney weakness and to try the remedy that has helped thousands of other kidney sufferers. Mrs. A. K. VanOrsdall, Lime City, Ohio, says: "My back ached constantly and I couldn't work. If I bent over, I had a sharp twinge in my back. It often seemed as though a knife had been thrust into mo and it was several minutes before I could straighten up. My kidneys acted irregularly and the kidney secretions were in bad shape. My nerves were all unstrung and the least thing upset me. My head ached and if I stooped over, I nearly fell from dizziness. I doctored, but kept getting worse. Four boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills completely cured me. 5. 0. 7. 8. 9. Price BOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that Mrs. Van Orsdall had. Foster-Mil- . ' burn Co,, Prop3., Buffalo, N. Y. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 9:30 a. m. , Meeting called to order by Pres ident. Invocation. Music bv the Sylvian Quartet. "Soil Maintenance" C. F. Green. Discussion. Music. "The Corn Crop" G. F. Aldrich. Discussion. Appointment of committees. Music. Dinner. Wednesday, 1:00 p. m. Music by the Sylvian Quartet. "The Hog as a Winner" G. F. Aldrich. Discussion. Music. "Solving Some Feed Problems" C. F. Green. Discussion. Music. Wednesday Evening, 7:30 p. m. Music bv the Sylvian Quartet. "The Farmer's Relation to Public Affairs" C. F. Green. Music. "The Boy Who Paid His Own Way with a Penny" G. F. Aid rich. Music. Thursday, Feb. 22, 9:30 a. m. "The Silo and Silage" C. F. Green. Discussion. Music. "Intelligent Meal Planning" Mrs. Mane Thomas. Question Box. Music. "Community Welfare" R. B. Whitehead. Report of committees. Music. Dinner. Thursday, 1:00 p. m. Music. R. B. Whitehead. Music. "Equipment of the Modern Home for Better Living" Mrs. Marie Thomas. Music. "Milk or Beef Production" C. F. Green. Discussion. Election of officers. Music. Thursday Evening, 7:30 p. m. Concert by; tho Sylvian Quartet. Ad mission 25c and 15c. Speakers. C. F. Green Pataskala, O. O. F. Aldrich Helena, O. Mrs. Marie Thomas..., Green City, O. R. B. Whitehead Chagrin Frills. O. Sylvian Quartet Shelby, O. The Habit of Taking Cold. With many heoplo taking cold is a habit, but fortunately one that is easily broken. Take a cold sponge bath every morning when you first tret out of bed not ice cold, but at temperature of about 90 F. Also sleep with your window up. Do this and you will sel dom take cold. When you do take cold iai5 unamocnain's uough uemedy and getxiu oi it as quicKiy as possible. Ub tainablo everywhere Auditorium Theatre. A new schedule is announced for the Auditorium as follows: Four nights Tuesday, Tbursdav, Sat urday and Sunday nights. Commencing Saturday, .ran. 20, Liberty, a serial, and two comedy reels Sunday, a 3-reel feature and two comedies. Tuesday, Shielding Shadow, a serial. Thursday, Educational film. Two shows each night at 7:00 and 8:15 p. m. Only one show on Sunday, at 7:30. Admission, 10 cents: children, 5c Hi Hi to Wi ifc Hi Hi Hi HIGH GRADE COAL That's the kind you want. That's the kind we handle. (ft m (ft (ft (ft (ft a? (ft (ft (ft We sell a Hard Coal that burns freely under ( Vtt Hi ii Hi Hi b $l Hi Hi Hi draft, and produces extreme heat when properly regulated. The best Hard Coal on the market. STRICTLY HIGH GRADE !ft m (ft (? (ft (ft m (ft (ft W For any kind of coal, Call on or call up j ' hi inc nMLco l. ivuu vvj. w Hi Iit-r"i,c-hiiftr Ci T? I rT AV aTnnnnn '"' ..js i:"5'.i !. NORSE RELIEVES MUGHJUFFERiNG The Patient She Helped Makes Interesting- Statement. Madison, Wis. Mrs. Oscar Day, of 1606 IJonona Ave., Fair Oaks, this town, says: "Before my baby was born, I suffered terribly with womanly troubles and nervousness, and was living in a state of fear all the time. One day, an old friend of mine, who, by the way, is a nurse, and goes uround to all cases, brought me a bot tle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and told me to keep on taking it right along. I did, and felt much better a'fter the first bottle. I kept on tak ing it, and had as little trouble as anybody could wish for. Feeling very good now. There never was a better medicine for women than Cardui, and I will recommend it to any one who is in need of it. This nui'se uses Cardui with her patients, so it is well known all around here. I am never without a bottle of Cardui in my home." We urge you to try Card-u-i, tho woman's tonic, for your troubles. It will help you over the hard places, just as it has thousands of other women. Don't delay. Begin taking Cardui today. You won't regret it. NCB3 ?T9 5 -"Jft. -Ofc - rftff vi.i?.i'4a3 .: -w -- -v. Z -. ) . m iu (?) Hi g ThePerrysburgGrain&SeedCo. jg ft $ (ft will supply you with (4 (ft tf (ft Hi (fl Scratch Feed, Chick Feed, Cracked Corn, J) (ft (ft 'ft (?) (ft 'ft (ft (ft (ft (ft (ft () (ft (ft (ft f (ft 'ft Corn Meal, Kaffir Corn, Buckwheat, Oil Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Chick Charcoal, Oyster Shells, vrrib t-u o aiics, iuu, luiuuiiuga, eui oiuup. -x- Hi ili ill Hi Hi We will also supply Dairy and Horse Feed Chop Feed, Ear Corn and Oats, Cotton Seed Meal and Calf Meal, Phone your Order to Main 48 Hi i 3i ill Hi Hi Hi iii 'essseeess&s:s-s--s;se-p &' e Are you tired? run down? ntrraat? Ii OTerytblni) you do nil effort? Not It U not lazlneia. You are III. Your Titcm neoda a tonlo. Your Stomach, Kidneyi and Liver need stirring up. Nothing Trill do till, better then Electric Bitters BOo. and S1.00 All DrutftfliU III te... n "Leaves have their time to fall And flowers to wither and fade At the north wind's breath. But Thou ! Thou hast all seasons For thine own oh Ford Car." WHY NOT GET ONE FOR YOUR FAMILY? WM. SCHLECT, Perryiburg, O, i fMpw - I II ' ' , . . minnuM w '-' r jL i t . , i ,iv . -fc .- . i.