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- ??; .s'Tw,vra?sv,ifif Sfw ' nl i otSLUrivi JUUriiiAJj VOL. LXV-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher. PERRTSBUSQ, WOOD 00., 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1917 $1.60 IN ADVAH0E-H0, 5 WILL IE PAVE? AGRICULTURAL NOTES i RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS SCHOOL NOTES Or, Will Wo Not Pavo, That is the Question. Prepared for tlio Journal by Ohio Some of the Wood-working Indus Items Concerning Various Depart ments of the Public Schools Concerning Nothing Very Serious But Worthy of Thought. Services for Next Sunday in " Several Perrysburg Churches. Experiment Station. tries of Many Years Ago. "V'l T PERR "Whether or not the Front street improvement by paving will be sidetracked because of the antag , onism of certain people who seek to prevent the improvement for selfish reasons is a question that is now being considered. The people of Fifth street ha,vo asked the council for the improve ment of that street by paving, a right and privilege which is theirs and which, if carried through, will be a fine improvement for the vil lage. However,, it has been stated that council only gave this petition sanction in the event that Front street was not improved this year. For the past three years the im provement of Front street has been under consideration and the council have never seemed to be able to dig up enough money to pay for the intcrscctiSns and not until the residents of the street had signed petitions agreeing to contribute special sums in excess of their regular taxes for the im provement, together with the offer of help from the state and county on account of the street being a purt of State Market road No. 7, has there seemed any possibility of having the work done. The pres ent delay, which is entirely un necessary, is said to be due to tlie impossibility of securing an agree ment with the street car company to move its tracks into the center of the street. To those who have not only sig nified their willingness to pay their proportion of the regular tax for the improvement, but bind them selves to pay an additional contri bution in order to improve the street that is used by every citi zen of the town who rides or drives and which is viewed by morej strangers who pass through townj than is the case with any and every other street in town, it seems a very strange condition that permits of these frequent ob structions to the improvement when sanction is so readily given to similar improvements in other parts of the village. if the council really desires to Now is the time for the fruit There was a lumber yard, plan- grower to make a big cut in high ing mill, and sasli factory near the food prices for this fall, by in-1 Front street dock. As far back as creasing yields through a little I can remember this mill was timely spring work. Early spray-1 owned and operated by the firm ing to kill scale insects before any of Peck, Hamilton & Co., who also leaves appear may be the differ-'were the proprietors of a large ence between success and failure hardware store in the town. Most in his fruit crop. Entomologists of the timber used in this planing at the Ohio Experiment Station mill was pine, which was shipped say that 90 per cent of all the good here by boat during the summer from spraying comes from that done in March, April and May. All fruit trees, except sour cher ries since they are seldom attacked bv San Jose scale, should be time from various points in Mich igan. The finished product of this mill consisted in the main of win dow sash, doors and blinds, siding, flooring and mostly all lumber sprayed with either commercial used in- finishing the inside of a concentrated lime-sulnhur solution house. There was also a small diluted with seven parts of water, or a good miscible oil diluted with 15 parts of water, during March or April before the leaves expand. The Sophomore class enter tained the high school at a St. Patrick party Friday evening. The games and refreshments were enjoyed by all those who attended. Capt. George Grecnhalgh visited the school Friday afternoon, lie gave a short talk to the high school. Last Monday night Mr. Neitz held a teachers' meeting. They took up the subject, iiow to teach spelling and how to make their pupils more efficient. School Athletics. On last Thursday evening at the high school gymnasium three better to when the blossoms are showing pink than to omit this spray for trees infested The experts say it is spray even as late as basketball games were played. quantity of hardwood used, while The high school boys played ash and maple for flooring, and red . Monclova and lost to them by a oak, hickory and black walnut for 15-4 score. Mcintosh and Budd various purposes, and nearly all played well at guard. Lineup the old-time houses in the burg Ballantync, R. F. ; Finch, L. F.; contain products of this mill, Ilnrtzell, C; Budd, G.; Mcln either on the inside or outside. The tosh, G. firm also shipped quite a portion j Time, 20-mimite halves. Timer, with scale. The material may be of their output to nearby towns, Referee, Mr. Sullivan. applied Avith either a hand or a power sprayer. Thoroughness of application is essential to success in controlling scale insects. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Meeting held on March 14th, with mayor, clerk and all council men present. A petition signed by Basil Trombla and a majority of the res ident property owners along Fifth street was presented, asking for the improvement of the street by paving. The petition was ap proved by unanimous vote. Petition for lateral sewers in the alley between 5th and 6th streets was presented by Chas. Schaller and signed by a majority of prop erty owners. The street commit tee was directed to secure plans and specifications for same. A petition from the National Wheel company asking permission to construct a drain across Cherry street from their factory to Crooked creek was granted. Street committee was instructed to secure estimates of cost of street signs and the building and also some to a distance by rail. ' The hicli school "iris nlaved the The lumber yard was quite large, Monclova girls and as usual came and extended an entire square on out ahead. Score, 29-G. Dorothy the river front. James II. Lafar- Craig showed better form than rec was for a number of years the ever before; Wlma Waggoner foreman and superintendent of the played a good game as guard. mill. At one time this firm had in Lineup Leona Uthoff, R. F. ; connection with their regular Dorothy Craig, L. F.; Carrie work a department for the manu- Craine, C. ; Ethel Santchi, G. ; Wil facture of picture frames and ma Waggoner, G.; Camille Thor moulding from black walnut, ton, R. C. Among the employes at various Time, la-minute halves. Timer, times were Jarius Curtis, Sylvester Mr. Fuller. Scorer, Mr. Neitz. Curtis, Joseph Lindsay, George Referee, Miss Parks. Kemp, George Lafarree, Gus La- The town team had dated a farree and many others. Nathan game with Asbury M. E. of To Teft was for a long time in charge ledo., but the game was postponed of the engine room as engineer, at the instance of the latter team, and William Ilechler had charge As a triple header had been billed, of the shipping and delivery for a Monclova consented to another number of years. Casper Horn match and thus prevented what and dear old Mr. Franey were at might have been a disappointment, different times night watchmen, Score, Perrysburg 14, Monclova 4. and they had their hands full on Mr. Fuller. Scorer, Mr. Neitz. summer evenings in keeping a lot Scorer, II. Haeffncr. Timer, Mr. of us boys from tearing down tlieir Fuller. Referee, Mr. Sullivan. rtfmiiilc nmiYiif f nn irno nnf limi7nrl pave Front street, why don't they f , .' , . , . , . in anticipation of the installation get busy and start the work? You Need a Spring Laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills will re move the accumulated wastes of winter from your intestines, the burden of tho blood. Get that sluggish spring fever lumber piles and making "life rafts" of them for our swimming fests in the river. And the boys did get ahead of them several times when two or three would make a great hullabaloo at one end Time, 15-minute halves. On Thursday night of this week Watervillo II. S. boys and girls will play Perrysburg boys and girls at Perrysburg, and at the same time and place Waterville The mprovement of Fifth street as authorized by council at the last meeting will make a great change in tlie appearance of the street and greatly enhance the value of all property in that part of tlie village. Good streets are a neces sity and no town can justly lay claim to being a good residence village when its streets arc com posed of ruts and holes or covered with a ten-inch coating of dust. Tlie petition sent the Utilities Commission in reference to im proved street car service has been acknowledged and promised due consideration. The appeal to the Civic Association for assistance in securing the much needed im provement is now being considered by a committee appointed for that purpose. The matter of complaint is not one that should require any great amount of deliberation on tlie part of either the people or the company, as it involves only the duty of cleaning up the cars, keeping them in a safe and sani tary condition, but more especially to maintain a regular time sched ule that may he relied upon bv those who must reach the city in time to do their regular day's work. There is in the proposition not the least ill will for the com pany or desire to enforce any un necessary or unfair regulations it is simply asking for that which the company is naturally expected to provide the public from whom it derives its support. Russia did a beautiful thing when the Czar was dumped from the throne. There is room for a similar movement in Germany. The royal families in both coun tries are so far removed from the mass of people they rule, that the people are but little better than slaves to uphold a class of aristo crats whose "royal blood" is pol luted by vice and intermarriage Continued on Fourth Page. METHODIST EPISCOPAL t CHURCH. Rev. Daniel Carter, Pastor. Services Sunday, March 25th, 1917: Sunday School, 9 :00 A. M. Public Worship, 10 :30 a. m. Public Worship, 7 :30 p. m. Sermon subjects: "A Progres sive Salvation;" "The Worth of a Soul." Sunday School lesson, John 14:1-14. "Jesus the way, the truth, the life. The mind of the Master in these things becomes-revealed to the disciple, by his friendship with Him ; his helpful ness to Ilim, his teaching of Him, his life communicated to Him. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning, 7 :30 p. in. j Do not fail to hear Mrs. Snow who lectures in the church on Fri day evening at 8:00 o'clock on ' ' Mormonism. ' ' Mrs. Snow knows whereof she speaks on that sub ject, as she spent several years with her husband in mission work in Utah and adjoining Mormon states. of free mail delivery in the village. How to Prevent Croup. When the child is subject to attacks of croup, see to it that he eats a light feeling out of your sytem, brighten evening meal, as an overloaded stom your eye, clear your complexion. Get ach may bring on an attack, also that vim and snap of good, purified, ' Watch for the first symptoms hoarse healthy blood. Dr. King's New Life nesSi and give Chamberlain's Cough Pills are a non-griping laxative : that Remedy as soon as the child becomes aids nature's process, try them tonight. ' ... . At all druggists, 25c. hoarse. Obtainable everywhere. of the yard, and when the watch- town team will meet Perrysburg man went to investigate the cause town team. A good time is ex thereof, the other boys would help pected as tlie games ought all to themselves to a few large choice be close ones. R. P. BARTON, Phones Main Twenty-seven AMBULANCE SERVICE UNDERTAKER Cpebrysbubb.Jhjo NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR AUTO SERVICE boards from the other end of the yard. . ' There was another planing mill built in the early seventies on the northeast corner of Third and Pupils perfect in attendance Velma Kapp, Marjorie Thornton, Merle Curtis, John Alexander, Al fred Fnhrer, Peter Finch, Lylc McFall and Robert Witzlcr of the Bad Colds from Sudden Changes. Spring brings all kinds of weather and with it come colds and hoarseness. Dr. BelJ's Pine-Tar-Honey will head off a new cold or stop the old one, the ssuumiiig uaisams relieve tne sore throat and heln the irritated tissues. Got a bottle today and start treatment at once. At your druggist, 25c. Form ula on the bottle. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. Wm. II. Pheley, Minister. Services for Sunday, March 25 : At 9:30 a. m., Sunday School. Lesson, "Jesus the Way, the Truth and the Life. ' ' John 14 :1'-14., The Men's Bible class at this hour in vites all men. At 10 :30, morning worship and sermon. Dr. Pheley wilbpreach on the subject, "The Confidence 6f Faith." In the evening at 7:30 will be given the third illus trated service. Subject, "Lumber Camps." This will be interesting and instructive to everybody. Ono hundred pictures will greatly help to make all clear. The church was crowded last Sunday, .but there are still good seats in full view in the Sunday School room. This service is free to all and we Will be glad to welcome you. See notice in other part of this paper. Junor C. E. meeting at 2:30. Topic, "Our Brothers and Sisters in All the World. ' ' Psa. 33 :13-15 ; (Continued on Eighth Page.) For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. JOHN ZURFLUH PRACTICAL -WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles. 80G Monroe St. , Toledo, Ohio. Near Michigan Street. Special caro will be taken with tho repair of all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. i T.J.SULLIVAN I DENTIST , Henfling Bldg. 310 Conant St. i MAUMEE, OHIO DR. B. KINSLEY DENTIST Office Hours S to 11 a.m.; 1 to 5 p.m. Office upstairs corner Second and Main Streets, PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Phono Main 14 Reasonable Prices and Best Work Guaranteed. Office hours 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Bell Phone FREDERICK C. AVER1LL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW 818 Spitzcr Building, TOLEDO, OHIO. Home Phone 1428, Cherry streets, near the railroad, fourth grade just across the street from the old Vera Goeke, Harriet Hum, Edna saw mill. Who the builders were Neiderhouse, Richard Finch, Nor I do not know, but it was oper- ,nnn Limmer, Leroy Selling, Mil- ated and managed for several ton Sprague and Alan Williams of years by William Witzler. This the third grade. mill also contained a saw for mak- Sixth Grade. ing lath, also one for sawing shin-! The pupils of the sixth grade gles. This establishment seemed aro producing some very good to have a sort of hoodoo attached maps in water colors. to it in some manner, and it was Two pupils of this grade moved not kept running at all times. out 0f town recently, but two new There were several rather serious ones imve enrolled, leaving tlie accidents to some of the employees original number 47. of this mill at various times. One Pupils of the sixth grade are of the worst was when Hunt building bird houses. Orville I'omcroy lost an arm by getting it Schaller was the first to complete caught in a planer. ,is, jeanette Wiser was second There was a sash, door and blind Continued on Eighth Page. (Continued on Eighth Page.) I Sign of Good Digestion. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is im paired or if you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stom ach, improve the digestion and causo a gentle movement of the bowels. Ob tainable everywhere. c Hold Fast to the Dollar, MO&rtitiHn i "MB r When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets. When you feel dull and stupid after eating. When constipated or bilious. When you have a sick headache. When you hnve a sour stomach. When you belch after eating. When you hnve indigestion. When nervous or despondent. When you have no relish for your means. When your liver is torpid. Obtainable everywhere, OLAHtE H. SPECK Notary Public At Citizens Banking Co, ""HERE is nn old saying that "any fool can make a dollar, but it takes a wise man to hold it." There oa one sure way of holding the dollar, and that is to bank it. When a man deposits his surplus cnBh he is loath to draw it out. On the contrary, if he carries tho money on his person there al ways is the temptation to spend. 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