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i V . PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, VOL. LXVI-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher. PEBRYBBUBO.WOOD CO., 0., THUESDAY, MAY 23, L910. $1.60 DJ ADVAHUE-IO. 14 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS DRIVE IS ON FORT MEIGS PARK SCHOOL NOTES EGG DAY AGRICULTURAL HOTES Humanity Calls Again For Our Assistance. Belongs to tho Citizens of the State. Items Concerning Various Depart ments of tho Public Schools Let the Hen do Her Bit on Decora-,i- tion Day. Ohio Experiment Station Suggests Grass for Emergency Crop. mfSSWpByHgr"T' "$? jj . K W -C t Servicer for Next Sunday in Several PonyBbnr Ghurche. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. Dnniel Carter, Minister. Services Sunday May 26, 1918 : School school at 9 :00 a. m. Fublic worship at 10 : :30 a. m. Epworth league at 6 :30 p. m. Public worship at 7 :30 p. m. The themo of the pastor's ser mon in the morning will be "The Reigning Christ." This will be followed by the administration of tho Holy Communion. As this is the last service of the third quarter of the church year all our contributors are asked to bring to the service, or send, if possible the amounts of their pledges due up to date. The church treasurer will send a state ment to each contributor showing just how his account stands on the books of the church. The evening service is given to the board of education and public school management for the Bac calaureate anniversary religious exercises. In these all the churches are asked to join and will, no doubt, withdraw their evening services to do so. The service will be in charge of the Rev. Dr. Carter, pastor, who' will invite to some part in the pro gram the other pastors present. The Rev. Dr. Pheley, pastor of the Presbyterian church will preach the Baccalaureate sermon. A wel come will be Given to all. Prayer meeting Thursday eve- EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Rev. C. W. Weltmer, Pastor. Services for Sunday, May 26 : Sunday school at 9 :00. Subject, "Jesus Silences His Adversaries." Golden Text: Render to Ceasar the things that are Ceasar's and to God the things that are God's. The superintendent, Mr. Albert Fahrer, has arranged to have something special from one class each Sunday. Mr. Marshall will bo with us Sunday in the interest of the Superanuation Fund, and will ad dress us on this subject at 10 :30. Y. P. A. Sunday evening at 7 :00. The subject, "Doing His Will." John 15:8-14. No preaching Sunday evening owing to the fact that the Bac calaureate sermon will be at the M. E. church. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning. , ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH. P. Kluepfel, Pastor. Sunday, May 26th : Sunday school at 9 -.00. Memorial service at 10 :00 ; Wol ford Post G. A. R. will attend this service in a body. Thursday afternoon, May 23d, the Ladies' Aid meets in the base ment of the church. 1 Bible school Saturday at 9 :00. Everybody welcome at all meet ings. Get Rid of Your Rheumatism. Nowis the time to get ridof your rheumatism. You will find Chamber lain's Liniment a great help. The re lief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. . EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DmECTOR No Extra Charge for Auto Service. Credit Extended if Desired. AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE Both Phones, Main 1 , Perrysburg, -Ohio Home Phone Hnln 350 Ofllce noun Dtol2lto4 G. W. CLARK, M. D. 515 Spitzer Building Eye Affections Glumes Fitted TOLEDO. oniO JOHN ZURFLUH PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND 'JEWELER Dealer la Watchea, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacle. 906 Monroe St Toledo, Ohio. Near Michigan Street. Special care will bo takia wltk tks t-opitr of all Idwb d Wattkv, Qktka 1 Jf 0 As everyone knows, feels and sees the importance of the nation wide Red Cross maintenance, he cannot help but feel it his duty to do all in his power to assist in every way this-worthy cause. ' Today, in this world of strife and ruin tho only living symbol of humanity, Christianity and broth erly love is the Red Cross, which knows no creed or colors and is ever ready to help friend and foe. This great work must be financed. Out of the money raised at the first drive about a year ago which passed the one hundred mil lion mark there is left but ten million dollars in the treasury. This goes to show there is more money needed immediately or Humanity will fail. The national campaign is on this week from May 20th to next Mon day, May 27th, to raise $100,000, 000. Of this Perrysburg and Per rysburg township are asked to subscribe $5,000. Tho committees that conducted tho Third Liberty Loan campaign are designated by the government to solicit for this Red Cross drive and all future war work that will occur during the period of the war. Give freely and willingly, Per rysburg and township must again show their patriotism and loyalty by raising our portion of our gift to the sufferers for the greatest cause on earth. MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM. Decoration Day, here, will be fit tingly observed. In the morning there will be a band concert prior to the parade. The parade will move promptly at 10 a. m. At Ft. Meigs cemetery, Judge E. G. McClelland will deliver a Me morial address. In the' afternoon, at the town hall, Dr. Daniel Carter will speak along with other ap propriate exercises duo the occa sion. The programs arranged promise to do justice to this anni versary occasion, and instill yet deeper into the heart of our citi zenship a love of this great repub lic. The following will be the program of the day: 9:00 to 10::00 a. m.,- band con cert. 10 :00 a. m. parade will move. Order of parade : Band. Marshal of tiie day, Col. E. L. Kingsbury. Mayor and Village Council. Boy Scouts. Fife and Drum Corps. G: A. R. Veterans. Red Cross. Liberty Loan Committee, Town and Township. Masonic Lodge. I. O. O. F. Rebekas. Ft. Meigs Grange No. 2125. Woodmen of the World. St. Rose Parish Schools. Public Schools. Road to Happiness. Be amaible, cheerful and good na tured and vou are much more likely to be happy. You will find this difficult, if not impossible, however, when you are constantly troubled with constipa tion. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and get rid of that and it will be easy, These tablets not only move the bow els, but improve the appetite and strengthen tho digestion. FREDERICK C. AVER1LL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW 818 Spitzer Building, TOLEDO, OHIO. Home Phone 1428. DR. B. KINSLEY Office Hours 8 to 11 a.m.; 1 to 5 p.n. Office upstairs corner Second and Main Streets, PHRRYSBUBC OHIO.' The Fort Meigs Commission ha9 secured the services of Mr. John JSmith as caretaker of tho Fort. Mr. Smith has come with good recommendation and will undoubt edly give the care of the grounds his best efforts, and will endeavor to accommodate all visitors in every possible way. Parties will bo served with din ners on a few hours' notice by telephone. This feature of enter tainment will be given especial at tention by Mrs. Smith, who has had considerable experience in this direction. Soft drinks, cigars, etc., also lunches can be had at any Jime. The commission is desirous of having the public know that Fort Meigs Park is their park and that it is being maintained by the state of Ohio for the pleasure and recreation of evryone. Chureh and Sunday school pic nics, automobile parties, etc., are always welcome. They ask only that tho interests of the park be kept in mind and that no depredations be com mitted. There is no doubt of the coining popularity of this park and it shall be tlie future aim of the com mission as well as of the Maumee Valley Pioner and Historical As sociation 'to secure funds for the continued improvement of the grounds and to make this one of the finest parks in the state. All citizens should therefore keep up a lively interest in its wel THE Y. M. C. A. ON THE BATTLE FRONT. In their fight against the Kaiser, American soldier boys under shell fire in France are being given all possible comforts and assistance, according to an announcemnt just received here from the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. At the present time there are more than 250 American Y. M. C. A. secretaries under shell fire. These men have been with Persh ing's troops from the time they landed on- foreign soil. A total of $5,000,000 is being xv pended monthly by the Army Y. M. C. A. in its work for the Ameri can troops at home and abroad. There are 2,500 Y. M. C. A. work ers in France and England arid 3,000 in American camps. Because of the increasing need for men in this service and the force necessary to operate the en tire canteen system in France, ef forts are being made to enroll at least 1,000 more business and pro fessional men of high standing who are willing to go to France for every kind of Y. M. C. A. service before July 1. It is estimated that 8,000,000 feet of film are being exhibited weekly to the soldiers at home and abroad. A recent shipment of athletic equipment for the troops in France consisted. of 79,680 base balls, 19,000 bats, 10,000 gloves and mitts, boxing gloves, volley balls, and various other kinds of apparatus for promoting the play spirit among the troops in their Ieisuro hours. . The1 Y. M. C. A. has established a chain of huts and dugouts along the front lines occupied by Ameri an troops "over there" and is meeting the needs of the Sammies as they take their places along side their Allies. Tho Y. M. C. A. huts on the Russian front have been demolished by German guns and the 150 secretaries there have retired before the advance of the Huns and are now established in Siberia awaiting an opportunity to return to Russia. For dyspepsia, our national ailment, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom mended for strengthening digestion, purifying the blood. At all drug stores. $1.25 a totfe. BUY TICKETS EARLY. Don't forget to get your tickets early for tho II. S. commencement course. For threo programs, adults 50 cents, children 35 cents. Tickets' will be sold at Champ noy's, beginning Saturday, May 25, with privilege of reserved soaisr High School. The Sophomore-Junior banquet will be given Friday, May 24, 1918. Next week will be devoted to the final examinations. We are sorry to learn that Miss Esther Sullivan is ill with mumps. Miss Beatrice Smith was called home Monday on account of her aunt's death. At the request of the mayor the school children will march with tho veterans on Decoration Day. ThelMary Dunham Turner class of '18 will complete their course in P. H. S. May 31. The members will now go forth with the best wishes of their friends. Being much interested in their future the Juniors and Seniors held a joint meeting at which they decided that on 1923 on the Saturday be fore Labor Day, the said classes will hold a reunion. This of course is to be held in the school. The Misses Mildred Witzler and Madeline Hoffmann were ap pointed the respective secretaries. In calling the roll, we feel honored to know that our former class president, Carl Letherer, is now in the service of Uncle Sam. In completing the roll wc find Leila Canfield, Cozy Grimes, Marguerite Hufford, Violet Kazmaier, Arthur Mcintosh, Ethel Santchi, Camile Thornton and Mildred Witzler. (Class of '18). The program for the week opens with the Baccalaurate sermon given by Dr. Pheley at the M. E. church on Sunday' May 26. On Wednesday evening the high school play, "Claim Allowed," will be given by the members of P. H. S. Thursday evening, May 30, the eighth grade will jrive an operetta, "A Disagreeable Princess." Finally, the class of '18 holds their comemncement exercises. This should be of more interest to everyohebccause of the honor of bestowing the Way scholarship upon the fortunate member. The class address is to bo de livered by Dr. Stephen A. Mahon, pastor of Epworth M. E. church, Toledo, Ohio. Third Grade. The children wrote a letter thanking for a supposed gift. The sewing card the children finished Friday was a butterfly. Sixth Grade. The pupils of t'he sixth grade have finished their course and are busy reviewing. In this grade we have taken our final tests in history and grammar. Clair Cupp and Archibald Emcli are absent because of sickness. Eighth Gtade. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kazmaier royally entertained the eighth grade at their beautiful up-rivor home last Friday evening. The dining and living rooms were artistically decorated with the class colors, lavender and white, and with violets, their chosen flower. The refreshments, consist ing of ice cream, cake and punch, together with music and various games were thoroughly enjoyed. It was certainly a merry and appre ciative crowd that filled the autos which were to bring them back to town at 11 p. m. RED CROSS PLASHES. Monthly report of Perrysburg Auxiliary : Gauze compresses 800 Body bandages 165 T bandages CO Triangular bandages 20 Hospital shirts 18 Salvage garments 13 Sweaters 10 Socles 34: Wristlets 6 Proper Food for Weak Stomachs. The proper food for one man may be all wrong for' another. Every ono Bhould adopt a diet suited to his age and occupation. Those who have weak 3tomachs need to bo especially careful and should eat slowly and masticate their food thoroughly. It is also im portant that they keep their bowels regular. When they become consti pated or whep they feel dull and stupid after eatini?. thov should take Cham berlain's Tablets to strengthen the stomach and move tho bowels. They I Jaro easy to take and pleasant in effect, May 30th (Decoration Dny) is set aside also as "Egg. Day." Everyone in Perrysburg and Per rysburg township is asked to con tribute all the eggs their liens lay on that day to the Home Boys' Fund. This fund is used by the Red Cross to outfit our loys from town and township who are now in the service and all who go later. If you have a hen, one that's patriotic and lays an egg on Decoration Day, do your bit and contribute it to the fund. Not only one egg but the entire day's gathering. Deliver them- to either Hoff man's or Kazmaier 's grocery where they will be counted and later on a complete list will be published of all those who gave eggs and the number in each gift. MALE CLERKS WANTED. The demnnd for male clerks in state departments is far above the supply, mid the State Civil Service Commission at Columbus has called a special examination for young men between the ages of 18 and 25; for June 5th, of applicants for appointment to such positions'. The salary to start witli is $840 a year, but an increase to $900 is made after one year's satisfactory service. YOUNG MAN WANTED. A position in telephone main tenace work now open for high school graduate at our test station, Maumee, Ohio. Good salary to start and chance for rapid ad vancement. Inquire at Test Ttation, Ameri can Telephone & Telegraph Com pany. A. V. BEDDING. OBITUARY. Miss Grace Sophia Hansen, dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Hansen, born September 32, 1902, and passed to her eternal home May 17, 1918. Aged 15 years, 8 months and 5 days. She leaves a sorrowing father and mother, two sisters, six broth ers, an aged grandmother, many relatives and friends to mourn her early departure. Two brothers proceed her to the spirit world. Deceased was baptized January 27, 1903, and confirmed March 28, 1915. Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon at E. V. church at Moline by Rev. C. W. Weltmer. Best Remedy for Whooping Cough. "Last winter when my little boy had the whooping cough I gave him Cham berlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. J. B. Roberts, East St. Louis, 111. "It kept his cough loose and relieved him of those dreadful coughing spells. It is the only cough medicine I keep in the house because I. have the most con fidence in it." Th& remedy is also good for colds and croup. Keep a Record of Your Income Next March when you are called upon to make out an income report the Government will expect you to know just exactly what your receipts were for each product sold and what your expenses for the year totaled. We have purchased and are distributing free of charge to our friends a FARMERS EXPENSE BOOK which will enable you to keep your records for the year so that you may have just the information you will need. Ask for one of these books the next time you are in. We want you to have one. W$t (Etifeattf lattktttg Ofamptuj PERRVaQfRQ. OHIO. TOB OUOB9T BANK IN WOOJ CQUNTV ,v Millet is given as one of the an nual forage crops to be used as an emergency hay crop, in the month ly bulletin of tho Ohio Experiment Station. It may be seeded in lato June or even in early July and yield a satisfactory hay crop be fore frosts come. German millet has yielded 4.4 tons of liny per acre during seven years' tests at the Experiment Station. The Japanese Barnyard has yielded slightly more forage, but it is coarse and less palatable. Hungarian millet has yielded 2.G tons per acre during tho same period. This variety is adapted to culture oij thinner ground than is the German millet. Millet may be broadcasted and covered with a harrow or drilled with a grain drill. It must be covered shallow. Three or four pecks of the Hungarian and Ger man varieties will seen an acre, while only two or three pecks is ncded of the Japanese Barnyard. Millet is handled for hay much tho same as timothy. CLOVER AND ALFALFA HAY TESTED FOR COWS. "The superiority of alfalfa over clover seems to lie in the fact that it yields a larger tonnage per acre, and is a better appetizer or condi tioner, rather than in better re sults per ton, when fed to dairy cows," says a bulletin from the Ohio Experiment .Station where four tests of these legumes for milk production were conducted. The bulletin continues: "If cows are not limited, they consume more feed with the alfalfa ration, but they do not produce a corre spondingly larger amount of milk. The cows held up in weight better while on alfalfa than, while on clover. "Where the milk increased with tho alfalfa there was not a corre sponding increase of fat, and where there was no difference in milk flow ther was a slight in crease in fat with the clover. "From these results it seems that dairymen are not warranted in paying much more per ton for alfalfa hay than for clover hay if the two are of equal quality. "The difference in tonnage per acre will justify considerable ef fort to grow alfalfa, at least on a small scale. In many parts of Ohio it will be advisable to rely principally on the clover crop until farmers learn to grow alfalfa well on a small scale." SHALLOW CULTIVATION BEST FOR CORN CROP. Cutivating corn shallow and level saves moisture and adds a few more bushels to the yield. Ridging and deep stirring of soil (Continued on page 8.) Y jgsi - mamtiiiianittssiu , iMSf64 towBwj4juie-!2