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tK "' 'M; -'-w s "i . THBiPERRYSBURG JOUBNAt " " I' If hf V I,'- f. H : 1 fr I A NNMIIIIII t i :t.t.u.itminini WAR TROPHY OP '61. J$rcC THE UNIVERSAL CAR 4 There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily operation in the United States. This is a little better than one half of all the motor cars used in America. The Ford car is every man's necessity. No matter what his business may be, it solves the problem of cheapest transporta tion. We solicit your order now, because production is limited, and we must make it the rule to supply first orders first. Touring Car, $525; Kunabout, $500; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775; Truck Chassis, $550. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. G. W. MOSER Phone Main 175 .Perrysburg, Ohio awi it - PA.fc.yA.-- - ,i. j.. j GOVERNOR COX CALLS ON OHIO TO FULFILL ITS LATEST OBLIGATION; URGES BUYING OF W. S. S. 'rv j- i flATl ort OTIC! Of TW OOVWHOS "ft. ".& JV. Xti i-. . . jitu. Kv !. i i HWCUUAATIpN V i -G V,' 1. t fry, ." 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(Biwciat.) Obio wlU respond ta the getmmnf U ' for investment In War Sarlngi Stamp in th porlotf eownraclBf March 17, when a special "Brlni 'Em Back" pledge driT will be oaduoted by the War Savlngi organUatlona, throughout the atate. Governor Coz'a proolama tloa loundB the call for recognition by Ohloana of the imeortanc of pro vldlng the govemnseait with fundi needed to complete Ha flaaaeial obllgav tlftai arlaiag eut. o..t4f war. More than throe-i&fta of the people f Ohio laat year bought War Bar lnga Stamps. The OJilo War Savings Committee is now Impressing on th cltlsens of this state the continuing Importance of the government's de mands for funds and the necessity of considering self-interests by prcetaf ui iBieuigsm laving ana investment in war savings, stamps. ' - i ' i.iS .... . . . .. . i . .. ... Continued from First Page. lives thnt yc fujly appreciate those noble sftcriflccs of our bravo conl ralcs, and extend our sympathies and our charity to tho soldier's widow and the dead soldier's fripnd. Brave comrades, farewell; may Almighty God bless you; and may a grateful people reward yon for your many and daring sacrifices tor Country, Liberty and Peace. ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, lit. Col. & Brevet Brig. Gen. Commanding. MIN IS HHNu FINANCIAL RECOVERY FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD FINDS READJUSTMENT COMING AFTER ABNORMAL WAR CONDITIONS IMUDDY a YOUR COMPLEXION is muddy. You look hag gard and yellow. Your eyes are losing their lustre. The trouble is with your liver. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will correct that. Then avoid meats, hot bread and hot cakes, take frequent baths and a long walk every day, and you will 6oon be as well and as beautiful as ever. Price 2 c cents oer bottle. WELCOME HOME TO THE 111th OHIO. i By K. M. S. Welcome! welcome! Hark! the greet ing From the glad home-voices comes, Words, which echo is repeating, With the triumph-speaking drums. Welcome home from fields of glory, Sacred evermore in story, Won by you in battles gory: Welcomo home! j Welcome! welcome! We remember ' When you proudly took the field 'T was the beautiful September, And the war-trumps loudly pealed, Oh! how proud you seemed when passing To the front, where troops were mass ing, Loyal from disloyal classing: j Welcomo home! 1 Welcome! welcome! We are thinking Of the wilds of Tennessee. When with Burnside, all unshrinking, You assumed supremacy. And from then, your name maintain ing, Honors new and noble gaining, Well you bought the praise were naming: Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! Ask of Sherman What of honor you may know? iHe will answer, "Robes of ermine, Gold and gems, cannot bestow, Half the fame on those who wear them And in princely power bear them"! Who with honor would compare them ? Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! Months have van ished Since on frowning Rocky Face You all thoughts and feelings ban ished, Save to fill the hero's place. Never were you sene retreating, But the haughty foe defeating. While the wildest storms were beat ing: Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! Those were battles Which the world is proud to name; Freeing all the human chattels,. Filling traitor-hearts with shame.' Resaca's destructive charges, Dallas and Lost Mountain's gorges! Kenesaw the theme enlarges: Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! Hood surrounded, And the prized Atlanta won, Peans through the North-land sounded For the good work you had done; And your great achievements sum ming, In our hearts we said: "They're com ing, Hark! the song.of peace is humming"! Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! Darkness lowered Fearfully above us all, When brave Thomas seemed o'erpow ered, And his strength about to fall; But at Franklin, death defying, While your comrades low were lying,' Back you sent the rebels flying: Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! We shall never Cease to see the Nashville rout. When with gleaming steel you ever Made the rebels "face about' In fantry in flying column, Cavaliers with faces solemn Actions that would fill a volume! , Welcome home! i Welcome! welcome! Up the river, Over mountains, down the coast, North Carolina to deliver, Went your patriotic host. At Fort Anderson you halted, Over its entrenchments vaulted, Won the works you had assaulted! Welcome home! Welcome! welcome! We have shrined you I In the temple of our heart; And within it have entwined you, Fadeless wreaths with subtle art. There are lines in love's own letters, Battles, nrison-cells and fetters To your prowess we are debtors: welcome nome: Welcome! welcome! God who kept you, All these weary days agone Though of comrades he bereft you, He but gathered home his own Ever guide you by his power. Though the angry tempests lower, And illume the darkest hour! Welcome home! Welcome welcome! For the sleeping Heroes in their distant graves, We the silent tears are weeping, While1 their blood-bought banner waves; But its sacred folds can never Traitors now presume to sever, Clasp we handB there and forever! Welcome home! Washington. Definite evidences of the beginning of flnamdsi recupera tion following abnormal vrar condi tions are set forth by the Federal Reserve Board in a review of the February reserve bulletin. Thcs evidences are: Increase of bank bal ances at financial centers, a tendency toward lower rates for money, lessen Ing of the amount of paper held by Federal Reserve and Member Banks, Inflow of gold coin and gold certifi cates at banks, indicating greater confidence in the financial situation, and lessened demand for' money, and decline in the volume of Federal Re serve notes outstanding, demonstrat ing the elasticity of the Federal Re serve syatem. The board deplored evidences of the relaxation of wartime economies, saying that the Industries of the Dnited States and other countries would soon need quantities of capital, and that it behooved Americans to continue to be thrifty and pile up re serves of credit. "The return of .active production and consumption is being retarded," the board observed, "by high expenses f production." MILLWORKER TELLS THE 1919 VERSION OF BREAD UPON WATERS "THINK OF ME CLIPPING COU PONS," HE SAYS. "IT DOESNT SEEM REAL." v AST iny oreaa upon Sfcv asKr the waters, for thou many days." Millions of Ameri cans can today testi fy to the truth of this promise. They have learned that the principle is operative now as well as then. Millions who never had a savings account have been Induced by patriot ism to save their pennies and their dollars. As a result they now own government securities and belong to tfee coupon clipping .class. A start toward financial independence has al most miraculously come from some thing that all their lives they have been throwing away. They have learned the possibilities of thrift and are better citizens. A typical experience -was told the ether day by a day laborer in a Youngstown manufacturing plant. Here is his story practically in his words: "Dp to two years ago 1 didn't have and I never hoped to have a eent saved. With, a wife and two kids and a little home to keep up n;3 aiday it didnt.look possible. "That's -what f toM niyself when they began t'nrlT,z about Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps. I am patriotic I wanted to help win the war, bat it seemed Impos sible to stretch, our wages beyond -the food and clothes and coal.. The jnissss. agreed with me but we kept thinking about it and talking, about it, .and finally we be gan to figure. Well, if s a long story and I can't remember it, all. It Just semed. to happen. First I cat out the Svnday cigar and later the old pipe. Mother gave up a feather- she wanted, forgot the moTiea sad cut down on the food .trimmin's. ...The kids went barefoot a little, longer. We,p)mnged.and bought a First Liberty Loan Bond and paid for it, $2 a week. We didn't miss a week, ni never forget the fam ily jubilee when I brought home that beautiful 60 bond. The youngsters Jumped up and down and .Ma and I were some proud. -That was the beginning. The four of us had got the bug. ,We haven't missed an issue. We now own $150 worth, of those bonds and are paying on pur fourth one. "Think of me clipping coupons! It dont seem real. Of course, we have been in a terrible war, but if tt has taught many people how to save as ft has us, it has done a wonderful thing. We're going to keep right on and I hope there'll be more bonds and stamps. We sort of need something to force' us to save even now and the thought that we are helping Uncle' Sam kelps push." Liberty Loan Levity CASH PAID FOR LIBERTY BONDS ) It you need money, send your Liberty Bonds by registered mail to Lauer Mercantile Aptency, Delphos, Ohio, and wo will pav you propmtly by return mail, market price with interest o date, less the 3 brokerage commission." Emw"Ks v0 Bald the Yank to Ms brother, the Gob: We've put Hem where he no mors cm reo Ad HUaoe and Id- I vMSMler mw will Ttw folks at hoaee Finish the Job." The problems of peace require soli Mow swj aH noon yowr KwMty u 4M Mr piSBMiiie vt Trr"irvf w wor I am Able to Quote You Prices on GUARANTEED Sewing Machines that will mean a saving to you of $12.50 to $20.00 Better Investigate Before You Buy! Another Shipment of HARPINOLAS Just Arrived at WITZLER'S The best Machine on the market for the money WHY? Call and see the Advantages SjapSZSSmSSBBBBaM- 1 AA.VaAA,r !1 mm aMfsasMasaesoW lllll j y j A. J. WITZLER Vinton's Liberty Loam Boat Will Have Girl Sponsor .BSSSSSSSSSSSBsffiaSB jasssssssssBnSllsssfl''& ?J sssssssssssssBsnBBKi JsSSSSSSSBSSSsW44BsSSwlM SSSSSSSaBKCBSSSSSBSfisI essssRssssssKJsMssssSKim Margaret Fischer. NOT a very big girl, Margaret. And when she stands up alongside of a great ocean boat she will not look any bigger. But she is going to christen a boat just the same. Vinton Coun ty, Ohio, has chosen her Mar garet Fischer of Zaleski, Ohio. to be sponsor for the boat which that county won the right to name., Vinton County won the dis tinction in the laat Liberty Loan campaign when it was the first county in the Cincinnati area to attain its quota in Liberty Bond sales. The county's quota was $120,500, and It had subscribed that amount at the end of tho first day of the drive. Its final subscriptions totaled $158,860. The boat is being built In one of the big government ship yards and probably will be ready for tho launching in Spring. For any pain. burn, scald or bruise. apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. Two sizes, 30c and 60c, at all drug stores. notice: of dissolution of the ELK BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY. Thn VAU Tlllllriorn Runnlv rim.nn.. n Pfirrysbure. Ohio, a corporation for profit, having- completely closed its business, and paid all the debts and liabilities Incurred by It, and the offi cers having the management of the nnnpArna nf anlrl fm.rn.nfr In. nnti . surrender Its corporate authority and liu. t win no a, tiiw uuuerwifcjneu, fresmeni or tjie Board of Directors of said corpo- ruuuii. iioreuy cans a meeting or the Saturday, April 26, 1919. at 2 o'clock &. m. at the office of the Perrysburg anklng Company In Perrysburg, Ohio, to take action on the matter of surren dering the corporate authority and i.uni;...Bea ui Bum corporation. B. L. KINQSBUUY, President. Perrysburg, Ohio. March 15, 1919. aMcrirtUo. tor rasa as accDiaauuj. ; Said aant Am. to IlW lAAIILIT. (all at vaunt lnormUon. B wtUMlti jraa t D. SWIFT & CO. jOSttvwtliSt, Wiuhlugtw.DO., m ORDINANCE NO..j:iH An ordinance determining to proceed with the Improvement of Fifth .Street from the eaaterlr line of Slulh-rry Street to the wmterly line of Hickory Street In the Village of Perryaburgv "WHEREAS, By resolution No. 21 adopted February 11, 1919, the Council has decared the necessity for the Im provement of Fifth Street from the easterly lino of Mulberry Street to the westerly line of Hickory Street; and WHEREAS, Notice of the passage of said resolution has been duly served upon the property owners abutting on said streets so to be Improved; and WHEREAS. No owner of any lot or land bounding or abutting upon said proposed Improvement has filed a claim tn writing with .the Clerk of Council for damages claimed by reason of said Improvement; now therefore, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Perrysburg, State ot Ohio: Section 1. That it Is the intention of the Council to proceed with the Im provement of Fifth Street from the easterly line of Mulberry Street to tho westerly line of Hickory Street by grading, draining and paving" the same with cement or other substantial paving naterlal laid on a concrete foundation, vlth stone curb or cement curb and "itter. In accordance with said Resolu lon No. 219 adopted February 11, 1919, ind in accordance with the plans, ipecitlcatlons, estimates and profiles aeretoforo approved, and now on filojt he office of the clerk in said viliagemW Section 2. The corporation of Perriff .iurg shall pay one-nftleth of all tW -ost and expense of said Improvement, ind in addition thereto the corporation shall pay the coat of Intersections, and he balance of such cost and expense (hall be paid by special assessments .evled and assessed upon property in cluded within the district bounded on he west by Mulberry Street, on the north by the alley between Indiana Avenue and Fifth Street, on the east y Hickory Street, and on the south by the alley between Fifth Street and Tlxth Street. In proportion to tho bene Its which may result from the Im provement. Section 3. Said assessments shall be layable in ten equal annua) Install ments, and bonds shall be Issued In an .Iclpation of the collection thereof, with tuch additional amount as may be jpcessary to pay the corporation's part if the Improvement, as authorized by 'ections 3821 and 3914 of the General "ode of Ohio. Section 4. The Clerk of Council Is hereby authorized and directed to ad vertise foe bids for the construction of said Improvement according to liw. Section 5. This ordinance shaB take effect and be in force from amrfafter the expiration of ten days after the .Irst publication thereof. Passed March 11, 1919. D. R. CANFIELD, Mayor. Attest: FRANK L. FULLER. Clerk of Council. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, 1. Sealed bids for the paving of Fifth street from the Easterly Lino of Mul berry Street to the Westerly Line- of Hickory Street, tn the Village of Perrysburg, Ohio, in accordance with he plans and specifications on file with the Village Clerk, will be received by ?ald Clerk, until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, April 1st, 1919, and thereupon publicly opened and read. 2. Bids shall state the prices for ma terials and labor, on the blanks pro vided therefor, shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope and marked "Bid for Pavement" and addressed to the Vil lage Clerk. 3. Each bid shall contain the full name of every person or company In terested In It and shall be accompanied liy a certified check on a solvent bank, payable to the. Village Clerk, ln,'trl) sum of 1,000 dollars, as a guaranty tlat, If the bid Is accepted, a contract and an approved bond equal to the bid to secure tho performance of the contract, will be entered Into within 10 days from the date of notice of award of contract. 4. Each bid for block pavemont shall be accompanied by six sample blocks, labeled with the name of the block, manufacturer and bidder. Each bid for bituminous pavement shall bo accom- . p"anled by a sample of the bituminous cement, labeled with the name of the bitumen, manufacturer and bidder. 6. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Village. Council of Perrysburg-, Ohio, March 11., 1919. FRANK L. FULLER, QEOROE CHAMPB. WnUee C,erk' Civ. Engr., Toledo, O. . Preliminary. Batlmate. 1. Grading ....... 10880 Cu. yds. I' JS ncJ? S P gewer, HO Lin ft. ? JHncJ S!pe Sewer. 890 Lin ft. i- JP Inch Pipe Sewer. 790 Lin ft. 6. Manholes . 6 .w 6. Catch BaslnB . 24 (jk 7. Inlets ! . . 3 W 8. Straight Concrete v Curb .... ...10407 Lin. ft. 9. Circular Concrete J, 4 inch Drain T le....,.. 1400 Lin. ft. i M c; K qo. M-N i i U li- ?' ' a ! .fofr t&rtrJ'&fib JMi W WlJ ( -I JO .j-vt .-) i,fwVfi H-