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VOL. IiXVI-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher. PEBRYSBUBG, 700D 00., 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1918. $1.60 Iff ADYAHOE-HO. 18 STATE TICKETS RED CROSS FLOES AGRICULTURAL NOTES ROLL OF Servioes for Next Sunday in Sovcral Porrysbnrg Churches. Tho Men Who Seek Official Dig nity in Ohio. Now Assignment of Important Duties for Workers. Gave Hun Sniper, "Black Fritz, i His Everlasting End. Propared for tho Journal by Ohio Experiment Station. Perrysburg Village and Township Men Now in Service. PERRYSBUR mm f B PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH. Rev. W. H. Pheley, Minister. Services for Sunday, Juno 23 : Of special interest is the Sun day school lesson for Sunday morning at 9 :30. Subject, "Jesus Triumphant Over Death." Mark 16;l-20. Everyone should know the truth of the resurrection. There is life and joy for all who accept it. Morning worship and sermon at 10 :30. Dr. Pheley will preach on tho subject of "Dynamic Faith." These days call for such faith. Though you cannot buy this great power, yet everyone may possess it. Junior Christian Endeavor meet ing at 2:30. Topic, "Thy King dom Come." Luke 11:2. This is a most profitable hour for all juniors. Senior C. E. meeting at 6:30. Topic, "How to Have a Good Time." 1 Thess. 5 :16-24. Leader, Howard Witzler. Of course every one thinks he knows how, but you are sure to learn something new at this meeting. All welcome. Prayer and praise service Thurs day evenin'g at 7 :30. Subject for consideration, "Tho Heirs of God." Romans 8 :16, 17. Plan to be present. A conversation social will bo given by the C. E. Society in the church parlor Friday evening at 7:30, door You will need a dime at the Unique features and re-' ireshments witn various games will make a most enjoyable eve ning for all. Wear old clothes. They have special value on this oc casion. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. Daniel Carter,-Minister Sunday school will assemble at the usual hour, 9 :00 a. m. There will be no public services in the morning on account of the dedicatory services of our church at Maumee. .A lawn service will be held in the evening at 7 :30 if a sufficient number of people can be assein bled. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning at 7 :30. ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH. P. Klucpfel, Pastor. Sunday, June 23d : Sunday school at 9 :00. Divine service at 10 :00. Bible school Saturday- at 9 :00. The Ladies' Aid meets in the basement of the church Thursday afternoon, June,20th. Special Luther League meeting Thursday evening at 8 :00. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Rev. C. W. Weltmer, Pastor. Services for Sunday, June 23 : Sunday school opens at 9 :00. (Continued on page 8.) It Whooping Cough. In this disease it is important that the cough be kept loose aid expectora tion easy, which can be done by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. j H. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes: "My two daughters had whooping cough. I gave them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it worked like a charm." u. T. 'WITZLEE EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR No Extra Charge for Auto Service. Credit Extended if Desired. AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE Both Phones, Main 1 ALFRED P. HAYWOOD Doctor of Chiropractic. Has opened office in Perrysburg, Ohio, 4tll Street. Hours 9:00 a,, m. to 1:00 p. m. and Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday evenings. JOHN ZURFLUH PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacle. 906 Monroe St Toledo, Ohio, Near Michigan Street. Special care will be taken with the KfMir of all Uafe i WfttoriM, Ctotta WF - - w ' . The Democratic and Republican tickets as they will appear on pri mary election day will carry the names of the following : For Governor. Democrat James M. Cox, Day ton. Republican Frank B. Willis, Delaware ; Edwin Jones, Jackson ; John H. Arnold, Columbus. For Lieutenant Governor. Democrat Earl D. Bloom, Bowling Green ; Arthur R. Champ ney, Elyria. Republican Allen C. McDon ald, Dayton; L. R. Kious, Mount Sterling; Abram D. Agler, Can ton; Albert II. Herr, Lima; Wil liam K. Swan, Preble county; Clarence J. Brown, West Union; Bert B. Buckley, Dayton; Miner G. Norton, Cleveland. For Secretary' of State. Democrat William D. Fulton, Newark. Republican W. Haiwey C. Smith, Zancsville ; Frank n. Kerr, Steubenville ; Fred M. Hopukins, Fostoria. For Treasurer of State. Democrat Chester E. Bryan, London. Republican R. W. Archer, Bel laire. For Attorney General. Democrat Joseph McGhee, Co lumbus. Republican A. Jay Miller, Belief ontaine ; John G. Price, Co- lumbus. r or oupremu tjuiu i. (Two to be nominated) Democrat Oscar W. Newman, Portsmouth; William H. Spence, Lisbon; William T. Devor, Ash land ; Phil M. Crow, Kenton. Republican R. M. Wanamaker, Akron; James E. Robinson, Marysville; William F. Duncan, Findlay, Reynolds R. Kinkade, To ledo; Augustus N. Summers, Springfield. WOOD COUNTY-TICKETS Representative. Republican Robert C. Dunn. Auditor. Republican A. J.Algyre, E. E. Coriell, Albert Ickes? Democrat Robert E. Emmett. Clerk of Courts. Republican Wm. L. Sullivan, George South, Harry T. Shafer. Democrat Chas. H. Kordee. Treasurer. Republican John W. Beckett, R. F. Gordon. Prosecuting Attorney. Republican Jonathan E. Ladd, Sheriff. Democrat Newton eA. Gordon, Edward J. Unkart, G. W. Foster. Republican Chas. E. Davidson, Harry E. Fish, John B. Shoecraft. Recorder. Republican J. Frank Wilson, H. E. Jones. Democrat Joseph Reed, Cyrus Knauss. Commissioner. Republican C. O. Cummings. Chas. T. Eggleston. Frank M. Adams. Joseph A. Stebel Surveyor. Democrat Clyde L. Moyer. Joseph II. Rossback. Jr. Republican Norman W. Locke, I. L. Stinebaugh. BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Perrysburg, Ohio FREDERICK C. AVER1LL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-TLAW 818 Spitzer Building, TOLEDO, OHIO. Home Phone 1428. DR. B. KINSLEY DENTIST Offico Hours 8 to 11 a.m.; 1 to 5 p.m. Office upstairs corner Second and Main Streets, PBRRYSBURGt OHIO. Pjrrysburg 's quota of garments to be finished by August 20 is: 50 convalescent robes. 50 boys' French drawers. 50 boys' day shirts, size 14. vvur wm uim uu Uicu i " Monday. They are for civilian; relief in France and are just as im portant as hospital garments. All knitted articles finished or unfinished "must be returned by Friday, June 21, as all supplies must be turned in to headquarters on Saturday. Every worker is urged to be present on Friday afternoon, June 21st, when samples of the new work will be on exhibition and plans will be completed for the drive. BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS TWENTY-THREE REGISTER. The following is a list of the young men reaching the age of 21 years, registering June 5th for military service from Perrysburg, town and township : Cressor, Paul B. Grolle, Edward John Nicodemus, Arthur Wolf, Gust. A. Vetter, Arthur Henry Finch, William Kiefer, Albert M. Alwood, Wm. F. Lusher, Lester A. Johnson, Fred E. Yeager, Fred L. Mahler, Everett A. Ames, Cloys Marti, Louis C. Schwind, Cyril E. Grolle, Carl John Duty, Bino Lester Henry, Raymond R. Hoffman, Joseph J. . Brossia, Carl W. Simmons, Carl F. Kleeberger, Frank A. Weidner, Harvey C. BUY WAIt SAVINGS STAMPS WATER WORKS BOARD Appointed G. B. Lownsbury as Clerk of Board. At the meeting of the water works board held on Monday night Mr. Graham B. Lownsbury was appointed clerk of the board and immediately assumed charge of the work. New methods of keeping the records were discussed and adopted. The board is to be congratulated upon securing the services of a clerk of the ability of Mr. Lowns bmy, who, as a keeper of records, is not excelled by anybody. When baby suffers with eczema or some itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of it goes a long way and it is safe for children. 60c a box at all stores. A HUNDRED MORE. . The Wood county military boai'd will send 101 men to camp on- June 28. Fourteen left Satur day for Cincinnati. LISTED AS A SLACKER. Sheriff Skibbie has learned that Dell Hubbs, 23, arrested a few days ago on suspicion of evading military service, is classed as a de serter by tho military board of Colfax, Washingtoiij'whero Hubbs registered, but failed to report for .service. lie was at his father's home in Webster township when arrested. WOOD SENT 1,300 MEN. More than 1,300 young men of Wood co.unty ' are now serving witn military or naval torces or the government. This makes one out of every 38 persons in the county. However, the number has not yet approached the Civil War figures. In thai struggle the coun ty contributed about 2,500 men, while its population was but 18,- 000 against its present 50,000. BUY WAR, SAVINGS STAMPS Has a Good Opinion of Chamberlain's Tablets. - "Chamberlain's Tablets are a won der. I never sold anything that beat them," writes P. B. Tressey, Rich mond, Ky. When troubled with indi gestion or constipation give' them n WBIi (The following story is taken from the Toledo News-Bee. Private Jordan is none other than Amos D. Bradfleld a former Perrysburg boy whoso father, Verne Bradfield, was agent for the Continental Sugar Co. Tho father is now deceased and the mother married to a Mr. Jordan, the boy now assuming the name of his stepfather.) Soldiers don't very often sass the captain and become a hero by it. But Private A. D. Jordan, of the United States Marines, accom plished the deed. And now he wears medals and gold and silver stripes and is the admiration of his comrades. Jor- A. D. JORDAN. Cut by Cuurtcey of Tuledo Kcus-Bcc. dan is the guest of his cousin, C. Arthur Brown, 3002 Parkwood avenue. lie is discharged from the service because of" wounds, says the News-Bee. For sassing the captain, Private Jordan was sentenced to six month's' advanced trench duty. This provided that lie take part in all raids and patrol duty and to also serve as a sniper. There had been a German sniper who accounted for 14 Americans and an earnest attempt was made to get the Hun sharpshooter. One day during Jordan's snip ing exile in No Man's Landr he was wounded in the knee. But he heard no shot. Crawling along on the ground lie determined that some Hun should pay for the wound. Out in No Man's Land there was an abandoned German airplane. "This interested me," Jordan said on Saturday. "1 thought I saw a gray bulk of a Geqiian be hind the plane. So I took careful aim and fired. . I crawled back to tho trench. "The next day the Americans tried to get to the airplane. Every attempt met .with a fierce shelling from the Germans. But the Marines finally got to the machine and there to our surprise was the body of Black Fritz, tho most famous of the Prussian snipers. "I' had shot Kim. Underneath the -airphane was a German pill box where Black Fritz had secret ed himself while on duty. General Petain of the French army personally complimented me on my work. But as far as being a sharp-shooter, that was a joke. I was just an ordinary shot with a little luck this time." Black Fritz was covered with decorations for his sniping ability. He used smokeless powder and a Maxim silencer to aid him in his secrecy, the Marines found. Jordan has the American war cross and medals as expert rifle man and export pistol shot. On his right sleeve lie has three wound stripes, though lie has been wounded eight times. On his leit sleeve he has the gold stripe for six months advance trench duty. The swagger stick that Jordan (Continued on Eighth Page.) Sour Stomach. 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, eat but little meat and none at nil 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. ! Early and late blights which may destroy war-garden potatoes can be controlled by spraying with Bordeaux mixture, according to specialists at the Ohio Experiment Station ; in addition to the mixture insecticides may be added, thus de stroying the insect pests of the potato. To spray 1 acre of potatoes 75 gallons of the mixture is recom mended. It is made by dissolving six pounds of blue vitrol (copper sulphate) in Avarm water in a wooden barrel. Slake six pounds of quicklime by adding a little water slowly. . Dilute both mix tures to six gallons each. These should then be added to G3 gallons of-water, stirring the mixture con stantly. This will spray an acre, -but proportionate amounts can be made for smaller gardens. To kill potato bugs and leaf-eating insects add nine pounds " of arsenate of lead paste (or half as much powder) to the 75 gallons of Bordeaux mixture. For nphids or plant lice, add a pint of nicotine sulphate. Thus diseases and in sects can be controlled in the same operation. The underside of the leaf as well as the upper surface should be covered with the material. The first spray should be applied when the plants are about eight inches high and then every 10 days or two weeks thereafter, station offi cials say.. Damp weather with a temperature of 70 F. favors late blight development. DISLOYAL UTTERANCES. Honorable T. W. Gregory, At torney General of .the United States, requests this newspaper to state, that when citizens learn of disloyal acts or utterances in "their neighborhood, it is their duty to report what they have learned to Hon. E. S. Wertz, United States Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio, or To ledo, Ohio, or to Mr. M. P. Can trell, Special Agent, Bureau of In vestigation, Toledo, Ohio. It is suggested by Mr. Gregory that complaints of even the most informal or confidential nature are always to be welcomed and citi zens may be free to give their in formation or suspicions to the at tention of these officials. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. "Let's Sell a Million This Week and Turn Back the Hun," is the slogan adopted by the Ohio Army of School Sammies for their drive to sell 1,000,000 in War Savings Stamps during the week of June 17 to 22. This campaign is one of three scheduled for June by the Ohio War Savings Committee. It will commence at the conclusion of thc bi-partisan political drive, which has been scheduled between June 3 and June 15, and will pre cede National War Savings Pledge Week, June 24 to 28. Three Dollars Will rent one of our Safe Deposit Boxes for one year Protect your Valuable Papers, Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps, Deeds, Insurance Policies, etc. 5Kjj (Ettfettta lanktng (Emttpattjj PERRY8Bl'RQ, OHIO. THUS OJUDSST BAtNK IN WOOD COUNTY ., Amon, Eudono Amon, rnul Hristow, Churlcs Uroknw, Ralph Brosious, Leslie Buhrow, John Ilurch, Leo Cnnfleld, Donald Cnnodc, Edward Cole, R. L. Cornelius, Fred Crnwford, Charles Curtis, Merlin N. Dnrt, Walter Davenport, Millard Desrner, Harold Deibcrt, Knlph Dhoudt, Cyrille Droppelmnn, George Duntap, Carl Eberly, Karl C. Farley, Vincent Finltbciner, Donald Ford, Sylvester Frantz, Enrl Frautchi, Herman Mandcll, Ralph Marriott, Charles Masters, Francis P. Miller, Vincent Muir, Dcfrchn Mulr, Keith Muir, Merlin Mungcr, Francis Mungcr, Harold Nciswander, Roy Norton, Rennet O'Boylc, Gerald Pheley, Paul Philips, Olcn Prlngle, Ivan Purvis, Norrls Radell, Frank M. Reap, Arthur Redman, Floyd Reed, Albert Roberts, Dallas Robertson, C. C. Roethcr, William Roose, Gcorga Sarver, OWcster Sarver, Forrest Sattlcr, Frank Snttlcr, James Savory, Edward Sawyer, Clarence Schramm, Albert , Schrocdcr, Alfred G. Schuster, Edmund Schuster, Omer Schuster, Ross Schwind, George Sherman, Chester Shirley, Fred Simmons, Jay Speck, Merlin Springstead, Frank II. Stewart, Lawrence Stickles, Merlin Taylor, Clifton Thomas, Carl Thomas, Edgar Thornton, Floyd Thurlby, Morion Troycr, James II. Van Dorf, Morris Vcitch, Kenneth Walbrldge, Edw. L. Ward, Erwln Wells, John Wilson, Harvey ' Wiser, James Wolf, John E. Woodln, Will Young, Clyde Young, Rufus Zicmen, Joseph v rusher, Ray Grecnlmlgh, Georee P. Hans, Frank Haas, John Ilaefncr, Frederick Hacfncr, George C. Hal, Mcrvalc Hall, Price Harris, K. E. Hartshorn, Edw. L Hartshorn, C. R. Hcnncn, Everett Hcnnen, Orville Hcnncn, Ray Hodman, Edgar Hollman, John F. HolTman, Lconidas Honncr, Albert F. Housman, Ed. HulTord, Elmer HulTord, Merlin Inman, Frank Jacoba, Clifford Jimison, Odessa Johnson, R. W. Knznmler, August Kestler, Elmer Kopp, Charles Lnuman, Earl Leatherer, Carl Lepper, Silas Leslie. John M. Leverton, Ernest McCullouch. Basil Mackintosh, Colin Maddy, Hilton BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS BURNED TO DEATH. Weston Man Cremated in Effort to Save Property. David Bartonr 69, a bachelor, was cremated at 10:30 Sunday morning in a burning bam on the A. C. Veler farm, three miles northwest of Weston. When the building was dis covered in flames an effort to save the contents was made. Barton had rescued a team of horses and returned into the barn for more salvage. He was trappju Ly fail ing timbers and never emi'i gcd. After the flames had buried out his pocket knife and other pieces of metal were found in the ruins. How the fire started is not known. The structure, 46X90, and a few small sheds were destroyed. Some machinery and 150 bushels of oats were burned. 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 is to have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house so as to be prepared for it. Mrs. Charle3 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." v i mi r-n w isWs! svlflH Ji.4jfjy-J. . -"ftl',t -,; -.''