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i-j t8fcw PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, VOL. LXVI-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher. PEBBYSBUBG, WOOD 00., 0., THUESDAY, JUNE .13, 1918. $1.60 Iff ADVAHOE-HO. 17 - wnr-'ax' t, kv" CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM OVER-SEAS Services for Next Sunday in Several Pcrryaburc Ohnrclieo. ZOAR LUTHERAN OHUROH. P. Kluepfel, Pastor. . Sunday, Juno 16th. Sunday school at 9. Divine service at 10. Luther League at 8. The Auxiliary of the Luther League meets in the basement of the church Thursday afternoon, June 13th. Bible school Saturday at 9. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. Daniel Carter, Minister. Services June lb. 1018 : Sunday School at 9 :00 a. m. Public worship at 10 :30 a. m. Epworth League at 6 :30 p. m. Children's Day service at 7:30 p. m. The Epworth League topic, "Jealousy the Handicap of Team Work." 1 Cor. 13:14. Gal. 5:26. 1 Sam. 18:6-9. A fine Chifdren's Day program is in preparation, and an enjoy able service in the evening antici pated. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning at 7 :30. Sunday school board meeting afterward EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Rev. C. W. Weltmer, Pastor. Services for Sunday, June 16 : Sunday school at 9 :00. Subject, "Jesus on the Cross." Golden Text : Truly this man was the son of God. The large and regular attendance is proof that teachers and scholars are equally inter ested. If you are not attending any school you are welcome to come and join. A class and place for you. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning at 7:30. These are meetings that are enjoyed by all, both young and old. Thank you for your presence and help. Come again. Y. P. A. Sunday evening at 7 :30 Subject for the evening, "Co operation "With the Sunday School." All organizations of the church should work together for its growth and development Albert Fahrer is the leader for the evening. Preaching at 8 :00. Tou are always welcome to these serv ices, Capt. Eberly Writes of Hifl Voy age to tho Other Side. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. W. H. Pheley, Minister. Services Sunday, June 16, 1918 : Sunday school and the morning church service combine m the ob servance of Children's Day at 10:30. We all rejoice to be chil dren on this occasion. Flowers, music and the children, what could be more happy? Surely everyone will be glad to attend. In the afternoon at 2 :30 the Odd (Continued on page 8.) BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Sour Stomach. Enrouto Now York to France. Twenty-two hours out from Now York. Although the wind is blowing rather a stiff gale the boat is rolling only a little. This boat is one of the Allies' regular pas senger steamers, a two-stacker with a lot of speed. Of course there is a large assortment of peo ple aboard, including many women and children. The strang est thing to me is to see so many people around who talk in an un familiar language. Fortunately we have an expert linquist in this unit who is able to get us through with any of the foreigners. Our commanding officer is the com manding officer (medical) of the ship, so there is some work to do. I'm certainly glad I'm on my way and will be able to do my part on this side. We get the war news by wireless every day. Every 12 hours they advance the clock 20 minutes to make up the difference in time. This is the third day out. Yes terday we made 371 miles and now we are about one-third of the way over. We entered the g'ulf stream yesterday and since then it has been much warmer with a heavy rain. I suppose soon the sub marine scare will come and then there will be excitement. Many of the people on board have crossed many times and they don't give the submarines much thought. We have now covered 1,745 miles in five days, so you see we are not wasting much time. Every one is happy on board and no one would think there was any danger ahead. -Tomorrow night there will be a big concert given by a St. Louis quartette and a metropoli tan singer. The concert last night was a success and much money was ob tained for the French wounded. We are now well in the submarine zone, but no one appears at all fussed. Everything is in readi ness for an attack. Last night we slept in ouriclothes. In the smoker the night owls had a good excuse to sit up late. That they did, un concernedly playing cards, chess and checkers, and not worrying a bit. It is terribly cold today. We are just completing our eighth day out and it won't be long be fore we land. Today is the morning of the tenth day and land is in sight. The trip has been enjoyable and absolutely perfect. We are quite properly protected now and will land in port this evening-1 get off tomorrow a. m. I'm not going to see England this time. I wasn't seasick at all but the ocean was comparatively smooth. Write often .and regular, re peating important news at least in three different letters at different times. "Abstain From Wheat Until Harvest; Use Sugar With Great Economy." HITTnTll) p5sp T -HOOVER. The following appeal haa Just been Issued by Heibert Hoover, United States Food Administrator, through the churches and fraternal organizations of Ohio: HE confidence or the Tinned States Food Administration that the people of the country would respond enthusiastically and whole hoartedly, upon presentation of the facts, to IK, any necessary renuesLs jor reuueuon m consuiuiJuuu ui iouu nus ucen tuny jusuueu. wo nave aemonsiraieu uur uuimy not amy 10 uiiiik luseuioi, uui u uia logcuier. 'iius response of tho people Is the rcwon for the present appeal. Our -work Is not yot complete. In spite of the encouraging results of our efforts, In spite of the fact that our exports of food stuffs are constantly Increasing anil are approaching the minimum re quirements abroad, the need for renewed devotion and effort is pressing. While all the requirements of the Food Administration should be constantly observed, thero are certain matters which I desire to stress at this time. In the case of meat and meat products the necessities for shipment abroad arc very great. Whereas tho allied consumtpion has been reduced to an average of about one and one-quarter pounds per person per week, we aro today enjoying an average of about three and one-quarler pounds per person per week. This division is Inequitable. An understanding of these facts will justify our request that the consiimp-l tion of all meats, Including poultry, as nearly as possible, be reduced to two pounds per week per person over lour years of age. In the case of sugar we are embarrassed by the necessity of usln; ships for carrying our soldiers and feeding tho allies, and, In consequence, WE MI1ST USE SUGAR WITH GREAT HNCONOMY. We must emphasize the importance of canning and preserving on a large scale among our people this summer and our available sugar must bo consc-rved for this purpose. But the situation with regard 10 wheat is the most serious in the food supply of the Allied world. If we are to satisfy tho minimum wheat requirements of our armies and the allies and the buffering mil lions in the allied countries, our consumption of wheat in the United States until tho next harvest must be reduced to approximately one-third of normal. It is inconceivable that we should fail In this crisis. For each of us who can personally contribute to the relief of human suffering, It is a privilege, not a sacrifice. All elements of our population can not bear this burden equally. Those engaged In physical labor need a larger bread ration than those in sedentary occupations. Because of tht constant daily employ ment of women and the lack of homo baking facilities, many households in largo urban centers require a food ration already prepared, such as the bakers standard Victory bread loaf. Furthermore, we must constantly safeguard the special requirements of children and invalids. To meet the situation abroad and to prevent serious suffering at home it is imperative that all those whose circumstances permit shall ABSTAIN FROM WHEAT AND WHEAT PRODUCTS IN ANY FORM UNTIL THE NEXT HARVEST. It is realized and deeply apperciated that many organizations and some communities have already agreed 1o follow this plan. It is hoped that you will communicate this to your organization and your community, urging those whose circmstanxea will permit to join with us and take this stand. HERBERT HOOVER, SUBSTITUTE FOB COAL Wood Should Bo Used for Fuel Whenever Possible. RED CROSS FLASHES ROLL OF HONOR Over 200 Contributors Bring in Perrysburg Village and Township 448 Dozen of Eggs. Men Now in Service. This is a mild form of indigestion, It is usually brought on by eating .too rapidly or too much, or of food not suited to your digestive organs. If you will eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, eatbut little meat and none at all for supper, you will more than likely avoid the sour stom ach without taking any medicine what ever. When you have sour stomach take one of Chamberlain's Tablets to . aid digestion. An American Camp in France. May 18, 1918. I am now completely "over there." There is an abundance of unusual scenery over here it's quite beautiful. Of course many strange and unusual sights come to notice all the time. The street cars are vest pocket (Continued on Eighth Page.) Frautchi, Herman Frusher, Ray Greenhalgh. George P, Haas, Frank Haa3, John Haefnor.Ilrederick Haefner, George C. Hall, Mervale Hall. Price Harris. K. E. Hartshorn, SMw. L Hartshorn, C. R. Hennen, Everett Hennen, Orville Hennen, Ray Hoffman, Edgar Hoffman, John F. HotTman, Lconiilns Honncr, Albert F. Housman, Ed. HufTord. Elmer HufTord. Merlin Inmnn, Frank Jacoba, Clifford Jimison, Odessa Johnson. R. W. ICazn:aIer. August Mackintosh, Colin Maddy. Hilton Mandell. Ralph Marriott, Charles Masters, Francis P. Miller, Vincent Meier, Defrehn Muir, Keith Muir, Merlin Munger, Francis Munger, Harold Neiswandcr, Roy Norton, Bonnet O'Boyle, Gerald Pheley, Paul Philips, Olen Pringle, Ivan Purvis, Norris Radell, Frank M. Reap, Arthur Redmond, Floyd Reed, Albert Roberts, Dallas Robertson, C. C. Roether, William Sarver, Chester Sarver, Forrest Sattler, Frank Sattler. James Savory, Edward Sawyer, Clarence ' Schramm, Albert Schroedcr. Alfred G. Schuster, Edmund Schwind, George Sherman, Chester Shirley, Fred Simmons, Jay Speck, Merlin Springstead, Frank H. Stewart, Lawrence Stickles, Merlin Taylor, Clifton Thomas, Carl Thomas, Edgar Thornton, Floyd Thurlby, Marion TroyerKJames H. Van Dorf, Morris Veitch, Kenneth Walbridge, Edw. L. Ward, Erwin Wells, John Wilson, Haivey Wiser, James Wolf, John E. Woodin. Will Young, Clyde Young, Rufus Zicmcn, Joseph SAVINGS STAMPS SHOW YOUR LOYALTY By Pledging on June 28 to Buy War Savings Stamps. EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIKECTOR No Extra Charge for Auto Service. Credit Extended if Desired. AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE Both Phones, Main 1 Perrysburg, Ohio An appeal to everyone in this mon:Pauine locality to contribute all the eggs Drokw'Ra1iphe9 their hens laid on Decoration Day Brosious, Leslie to the Home Boys fund in the Red BuiTLehn Cross amounted to figures that de- canfleid, Donald n , -. . I Canode, Edward mand much credit. cole, r. l. At the Kazmaier grocery there cwford', charies were 227 dozen, the Hoffman erro- u1ia l"Un N- leery 150 dozen, and the Lime City, Davenport, Millard district contributed 71 dozen, Defter Ralph making a total of 448 dozen eggs. Hho"!i'u? . . . Droppelman, George The selling price, 30 cents per Duniap, carl dozen brought $134.40, with cash farfiy.' vfn'ent contributions amounting to .$20.70, nryTvSrrlton raised rue total uay s anve to r-ranu. un $151.10. Wm. Uthoff contributed his en tire day's gathering, 21 dozen, for which he deserves much credit. Recently Lime City district, through Mr. T. H. Tinney as chair man, raised $25.00 cash contribu tions, which were turned over to the local Red Cross. On Friday evening last an ice cream social was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. DeVerna and the entire proceeds amount ing to $10.50 was also contributed to the Red Cross. The play, "Claim Allowed," re peated on last Wednesday night S"""'" bv the P. H. S. Students tor the Lauman. Earl benefit of the Red Gross was well feSSSTsHS"1 attended, as shown by the pro- , ceeds, $57.25, and after deducting Mcciough, Basil the necessary expenses, $10.70, BUY Prof. Neitz was nleased to present A healthy man is a kinc'in his own $46.55 to the cause of humanity. right; an unhealthy man an unhappy TWrvshiivn- nnrl tlif snrrmiiulinf? slave- For niP'e blood and sluggish i crrysDuig ana tne Mirrouiuung H uge Burdock Blood Bitters. On neighborhood are ever ready to the market 35 vears. $1.35 a bottle. help in a worthy cause, and let us h0PeBiUYhSArM1p1snS- L M Frank Wilson was over in Perrysburg a tew days since in tlie Has a Good Opinion of Chamberlain's interest of his candidacy-for tho Secretary of the 'Treasury Wil Ham G. McAdoo authorizes the fol lowing statement : It is essential that the American people economize and save in or der to make available to their gov ernment the money indispensibly needed for the war and to release supplies and labor required for the production of things necessary for our own military forces and for the military forces of the nations associated with us. One of the best methods of bringing about this result is for every one to pledge himself to economize and save and to purchase, at definite periods, a specific .amount of War Savings Stamps, thus giving con crete evidence of his support of tlie practice or Avar Savings. To achieve this object, there will be conducted, under the di rection of the Treasury Depart ment, a campaign of pledges, cul minating on June 28, when loyal Americans throughout the country will be asked to commit them selves to this program. By Edmund F. Secrest, State Forester for Ohio. When our forefathers settled in Ohio wood was practically the only fuel used. Supplies were at their doors, and "easily available from the debris of land clearing. With the advent of transport 'on lines and industries, came the de velopment of the coal and gas fields. Gradually fire wood was virtually driven out of the market. It was worth more 50 years ago than prior to the outbreak of tho great war. Cordwood cutting dur ing later years has become a lost art. Today we are confronted by a serious shortage in coal which threatens to jeopardize the produc tive capacity of war industries and cause -suffering among domestic consumers. To relieve this situa tion is one of the big problems in carrying on the war. Tlie produc tion of large quantities of wood fuel is essential to meet the situa tion. To stimulate such produc tion and to increase the use of wood fuel to the necessary degree in mak ing up tlie coal shortage will re quire a vigorous campaign of edu cation. The question of prepared ness and results may be commen surate only with the efforts ex erted. The farmers of Ohio control the fuel wood supply. They must be looked to in the main to produce the needed reserves, but labor diffi culties on farms may seriously handicap the production of needed supplies. Residents of cities and towns may help out in this emer gency by applying some of their idle hours or such time set aside for recreation. DUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS And now comes Webster town ship with a candidate for County Commissioner. Well, thero is "no reason why good old Webster should not be recognized and we know of no one over there who is more entitled to that recognition than their announced candidate, Mr. Joseph A. Steble, whose name will appear on the list from whom the Republicans will select candi dates at the August primaries. BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Cholera Morbus. This is a very painful and dangerous disease. In almost every neighbor hood someone has died from it before medicine could be obtained or a phy sician summoned. The right way i3 to have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house so as to be prepared for it. Mrs- Charles Enyeart, Huntington, Ind.,., writes: "During the summer of 1911 two of my children were taken sick with cholera morbus. I used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it gave them immediate relief." Tablets. nomination for Recorder of Wood "Chamberlain's Tablets are a won- conuty. Fvtmk is now tho deputy der. I never sold anything that beat .' fnl,;iin,. win. fl, Affi,.n work. Frank's early days were spent in Perrysburg where he started his career in life as a cub them." writes F. B. Tressey. Rich mond, Ky. When troubled with indi gestion or constipation give them a trial. ALFRED P. HAYWOOD Doctor of Chiropractic Has opened office in Perrysburg, Ohio, 4th Street. Hours 9:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. and Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday evenings. -j. JOHN ZURFLUH PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Dealer la Watchea, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacle. 90 Monroe St Toledo, Ofal Near Michigan Street. 8jil oaw will be tskm with the MMM f ill WM ! WfcfchUi Dental FREDERICK C. AVER1LL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW 818 Spitzer Building, TOLEDO, OHIO. Home Phone 1423. DR. B. KINSLEY D J3 2STTIST Office Hours 8 to 11 a.m.; 1 to 5 p.m. Office upstairs corner Second and Main Street, rarargiDsa, ona mmwrnn When the people of Wood county f. " Journal Pf J10., , go to the polls in August for the faithful, honest kid and although purpose of nominating a Repub- he has strayed" away from the buy Hrwy Lssi ' skjs k ? X?irq,Sv?vir Mythic list of rtliy and honorable eiti-3K-3oSS thoroughly capable of giving1 fefnonr TSSSZSTJi aapable civil engineer, but is also C01MeBrv WAR SAVINGa stamps well acquainted with the affairs ot ( tho county by reason of long ex- Whooping Cough, perienco in the work. Those who in this disease it is important that know him. and especially thoso who the cough be kept loose and expectora- have had business with him, know tion easy, which can be done by giving full well that he is not only worthy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. P. and capable, but that ho will give H. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes: "My two efficient and honest-service if placed daughters had whooping cough. I gave in the important office of County hem Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Surveyor, '.and it worked like a charm," H mm HIlllk'MBB Third Liberty Bonds Ready for Delivery Those who have paid in full for COUPON bonds may secure them now by calling at the bank. Registered bonds have not yet been delivered to us by the Treasury Department. Sty? ttfepa laufetttg GfamjKttuj peRRY8Bl'RQ, OHIO. nCHB OtXJBST BAIVK IN WOOD CQTJNTY Wm " t '