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THE PEItRYSBURtf JoURNAIi - T Study the Future Well. The future contnlns your uncut block of Pnrlnn mnrblo. Beware; how you smite it. Do not touch It until you have a plan, un Idea, to worlc out of It. You mny so mnr the mnr blo as to hinder the highest expression of your soul through It. POWERFUL TRACTOR FUELS AND WEAR REDUCING OILS make tractor operation cflloi&t and economical TESTED TRACTOM FUELS Red Crown Gasoline N is clean, powerful nml quick fire. , Puts brutal force behind the pistons in all weathers. Costs no more ' than inferior mixtures. Assures added power at the least opening of the throttle. Uniform wher ever you buy it. WEAR REDUCMG TRACTOR OILS Tractor Gas Engine Oil Developed by our experts for lu bricating tractor engines. Stands the extra high cylinder heats with out breaking down and running thin. Keeps compression tight. . Keeps engine wear deneu. i i ju i ii 1 1. i i'i I THf STANDARD OIL T - t . i ' . iij-t , . i1 1 ft i i, it 1 1 Names of South American Countries. Mexico Is a Spanish rendering, or combination, of Aztec words meaning 'the place of the war god. Brazil seems to have derived Its name from the legendary island of Brazil (later Identified with one of the Azores), be cause it was found to produce a real wood resembling brazil wood. Chile nnd Peru are of aboriginal origin. Ar gentina Is an Invented name based on the Latin word for silver, as Wo do la Plata, the name of its chief river., means silver river in Spanish. Commencement tickets on sale nt Champney's Thursday, May 22. About Rheumatism. Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease, for the reason that it is the most common of all ills, and it is certainly gratifying to sufferers to know that there is a remedy that will afford relief, and make rest and sleep possible. It is called Chamberlain's Liniment. aL' - STOMACH TROUBHS W v'V J - l " ' 53 , A N. IRRITABLE, fault I 6 XTt due to a disordered stomach. A man with good digestion is -nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently cured of stom ach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Try them. They only cost a quarter. PJIM.I. IIL'J.Ui" .U'BJIil . I' .1 J, TWITS rLr.iiinr'imHii4i . J44. ihi i i i m j i ii m 3 MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS 3 The Graat Ship "SEEANDBEE" "CITY OF ERIE" - "CITY OF BUFFALO" IITWl CLEVELAND Daily, May 1st Leave Cleveland fliOO P. M. I Arrive Buffalo . 7i80 A. M. I Eastern Standard Connection nt Buffalo for Nlas imn IT.tl. nnrl nil reading tetwom Cleveland andliulTalo ore good for transportation on our (teamen. Aik your vSHSH'Ja irlSXP-f'I " 'wf,icl!?vi O. & U. Line. Now Tonri.t Automobile Bate I7J0 Itound Trip, with 2 daya return limit, for cam not exceeding 1!!7 In. wbeelbaae. Beautifully colored aectlonal nuzzle chart of The nvecenta. Alao ask for our ti-pmst pictorial and Th CJaralaxid & Buffalo The uraat Ship 1 lh largeat and moat co.ll v, paaeeof er Steamer on Inland water of Ilia wnvlif . Rll m - r i a. .v .. mmpmKujt ipw pgpucn. ir Jai n . 'iiiiBHBneMeaMeaaBxJFr " Ruyolight Oil gv kerosene burning tractors the wiiiie r.tiri!;. f!i;v of dependable power lli; t ..-s tractors ct with Red Crown C inline. It's clean, uniform . ncl quick burning. Leaves a minimum of carbon de posit in the c; linders. Standard Gas Engine Oil !.!aiiuf..e'iirr(J I exactly meet the m;uhv;:i i ! ; c '" stationary or port j.biu c" ' t i i 'rating on either "iso''ni'c r!.e-'!.( ni'. Assures quiet nperalio'i v. t!i :.!und:iut power and i.iinimi'.t.i v. ear. For sale at garages, implement dif.'c -. stores wherever you see tlie lied Crow or direct from our nearest blation. m.1 ifit: iittrvrfxa3ir.aijjT,W J-nutop '" K1 ft' Bfo i ! , , ' i! inr irpaMaagrngryya WHO .WILL KEEP YOU WHEN YOU ARE 65? Statistics show that at 65 years of age some 64 men of each 100 who attain the age of 25 are still living. Of this number one is rich, four are wealthy, six are self-supporting and compelled to work for a living aid i3 are dependent upon chllJ.xu, relatives or char ity. The government is actively in terested in promoting a spirit, of thrift in America. In furthering this purpose it issues an unusually attractive government security in the form of War Savings Stamps, which are well adapted to the use of those who wish to accumulate a fund for old age. Buy "War Sav ings Stamps! I I' Let's show the world that we are just as patriotic after the war as during it. It's up to us to fur nish the money to bring the boys home. War Savings Stamps. v :m v-v finding disposition-is often aiuii wi. ir.. i 4miii a i a m iiii m- m . . . iiiii j BN io Nov. lSOx BUFFALO 5 Leave Buffalo 0,00 P.M. 7.S0A.M. Tjhb ( Arrive Clcvbland P..tm anil fana.ltn. uilfil. I.IIm.iI .t.U-A . Great Shin ' SEK ANUUEE" aeat on receipt of deaerinlive booklet free. FARE 4m leirdwarc I ii Sign I lU 'Mi 'l i ", CORPORATION J naSBHAraSjIMHMMBMMtf One Step. Life is not so complex, if we do not persist In making it so. We need faith ; wo need chronically to keep the corners of the mouth turned up, and not down. And after nil, It Is only a step at a time. Ralph Waldo Trine. NOT THE ONLY ONE There Are Other Perrysburg People 'I Similarly Situated. Can there be any stronger proof ' offered than the evidence of Perrys burg residents ? After you have read ' the following, quietly answer, the question. "I was suffering with such severe at tacks of backache it was 'hard for me to do my work," says Mr. Knerr. "It hurt me to pick up anything from the floor and I was bothered a great deal with bladder weakness. I had to get up several times each night to pass the kidney secretions, which were painful in nassatre. I had been troubled that way for about twenty years and I had i.i ,.:: t,,.4- ,,.:4-i, i:tn help. Some one advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills and they were so good, I shall use no other. I keep Doan's in the house, and whenever I feel the least kidney disorder I use .them. A few doses of Doan's, taken ' ii i . ii in. ii occasionally, Keep me in gooa neaun. (Statement given July 20, 1906.) On March 10, 1917, Mr. Knerr said: "I am the same good friend of Doan's Kidney Pills and I can speak a good word for them at any time. Doan's have been a wonderful help to me for the past fourteen years." 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mf grs., Buffalo, N. Y. Nothing Good Made in a Hurry. No great thing Is created suddenly, any njore thnn a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I nnswer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen. Exchange. , Do You Enjoy Life? A man in good physical condition is almost certain to enjoy life, while the bilious and dyspeptic are despondent, do not enjoy their meals and feel mis erable a good share of the time. This ill feeling is nearly always unneces sary. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up the stomach, im prove the digestion and regulate the bowels is all that is needed. Try it. HAUBIKB VAI-LiEnf KXH. Sc LIGHT CO Cv.T'do liV.T'do P'burr P'burtr Ma'mee East West BaBt West North 5.36 5.10 6.28 6.02 6.00 6.20 7.20 6.54 6.52 7.18 8.12 7.46 7.44 8.10 9.04 8.38 8.36 9.02 9.56 9.30 9.28 .9.54 10.48 10.22 10.20 10.40 11.40 11.14 11.12 11.38 12.32 12.06 12.04 12.30 1.24 12.58 12.56 1.22 2.16 1.50 1.48 2.14 3.08 2.42 2.40 3.06 4.00 3.34 3.32 4.26 4.26 4.24 3.58 4.52 5.18 5.16 4.50 5.44 6.10 6.03 5.16 7.02 7.00 5.42 6.36 7.54 7.52 6.34 7.28 8.46 8.44 7.26 8.20 9.38 9.36 8.18 9.12 10.30 10.28 9.10 10.04 11.20 10.02 11.10 10.54 12.00 ...j. () Can nurkftf tluu do vol SmmMvV. 5.10 6.08 7.00 7.52 8.44 9.36 10.28 11.20 12.12 1.04 1.56 2.48 3.40 4.32 5.24 6.16 7.08 8.00 8.52 9.44 10.36 I wmt S100 Reward. $100. The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is nt least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Cntnrrh being greatly influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken inter- nally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith" in the Medicine that they offer One Hundred1 Dollars for any case that it fails to curative powers of Hall's Catarrh cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., To ledo, Ohio. Sold by all druegists, 75c. PENINSULAR PORTLAND CEMENT Large Stock of Sand, Stone, Blocks and Builders Supplies On Hand W. A. SCH1ELY Phone Main 210. Maumee, O. FOR SALE Duplex on JFront street. Fine River view. Everything in good re pair and well rented. ( Double House on Front street good location and in good repair. Always occupied. 1 Double house and 1 single house on Sixth street. Can sell 2 lots with single house. All this property can be bought at low price for a short time. M. B. McFillen Phone Main 229. 209 West Fifth St. Real Estate Bargains. House on Second street, hai 7 rooms, cellar and all modern im provements. Lot 66x465. Priet right for quick sale. 40 acres of good black soil, 2 miles west of Whitehouse; fine stone road. For sale cheap. , A. T. DEWLAND ParryHarWaT, Ohio .FOR SALE. Modern house on Second street. Good location. All conveniences. A fine home. Vacant lot on Second street. Fine building lot at a bargain. House and lot on Indiana avenue. Large lot and good location. House and lot on Sixth street at a bagain. House and lot on Third street. Good barn. One-third cash, balance monthly payments. House and lot on Seventh street. Garage and good location. A bargain for some one. M. B. COOK flenl Efltatc Asrent. Pmnhwrz. OWo. NOTICK OF HAT.I3 OP MUNICIPAL HONDH. Notice Is hereby elvon that tho Coun cil of tho Village ot PerryBbure In Wood County, Ohio, will otter for sale on Monday, Juno 10th, 1919. at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at tho Council Chamber In said Village, the coupon bonds of said Village In the sum of 10,000.00. Said Issue conststB of 10 bonds of $1,000.00 each, dated Juno 1, 1919, due and payable $1,000,00 on June' 1, 1924, and $1,000,00 on Juno 1 each year there after to and Including June 1. 1933, and bear Interest at tho rate of Ave and one-half per centum per annum, pay ablo semi-annually, both principal and Interest payable, at the office of the Treasurer of said Village In Perrysburg, Ohio. Bald bonds aro Issuod under authority of Sections 3821 and 3939 of tho General Code of Ohio for the purpose of paying tho corporation's part of tho cost of Improving a certain street In said Vil lage, Bidders are requested to 11 lo sealed bldy.for said bonds with tho un dersigned on or before tho date of sale. Kach blddor must (11 o with his bid as a guarantee of good faith a certified check on onu ,of tho banks of Perrys burg, payable to tho Treasurer of said Village for an amount not loss than throe per cent of tho par value of the bonds for which ho bids. The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. Honda will be ready for delivery on day of sale. Perrysburg, Ohio, May 14th, 1819. JOHN W. LYONS, Village oierk. tji to KARPENS GUARANTEED FURNITURE Sold at a SAVING at ' A. J. WITZLER,S,PersburSillo Liberty Bonds and Taken IN Call and inspect the New IMPROVED Prima Domestic Laundry Machine Electrically Driven its a 20th CENTURY wonder. A. J. VVITZLER. L PERRYSBURG. OHIO Let us give you a price on Plumbing, Heating and Tinning Come in and let us explain the DYNETO The Electric Lighting Plant for the Farni Operates the Pump, Separator, Churn, Washing Machine etc. Floods the House, Barn, Dairy, Walks etc w:th clean, safe light. J. M. Phone Main 13. B. O'REILLY Men's Tailoring Phone Blue 33 Perrysburg, Ohio Remember commencement sea son, Muy 27th to 29th inclusive. XOTIL'12 OP AI'l'OINTME.NT. Estate of John Hufford, Deceased. Freeman J3. Bowers has beon ap pointed and quullfled as Executor of tho estate of John Hufford, lato of Wood County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 16th day of Way, A. D. 1919. B. O. B1STL.INE, Probate Judge of said County. OIIUI.VANCE NO. 340. An ordinance providing for the issu ance of bonds ot the Village of Perrys burg in the sum of J10.UU0.0U for the purpose of paying tho corporation's part os. me cost ana expenso oi improving Fifth Street from tlie eastery line of Alulbetry Street to the westerly line of Hickory Street in said Village Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Perrysburg, State ot Ohio: Section 1. That for tho purpose ot paying the corporation's part of the cost and expouso of Improving Fifth Street from tho easterly lino of Mulberry Street to the westerly lino of Hickory Street there be Issued the bonds of the Village in tho sum of $10,000.00. Section 2. Said Ibuuo shall consist of 10 bonds of tho .denomination of $1,000.00 each, numbered consecutively from 1 to 10 Inclusive, dated June 1, 1919, due and payable $1,000.00 on June 1, 1924, and $1,000.00 on June 1 each year thereafter, to and including June 1. 1933. Section 3. Said bonds shall bear Inter est at the rate ot Ave and one-half tier centum per annum, payablo semi annually on tho llrst day of Juno and December In each year, the several In stallments of interest to bo evidenced uy coupons attaoneu to said bonds, and both Drlnclnal and Inton-ut hIulII tin payable at tho office of tho Treasurer of said Village In Perrysburg, Ohio, section i, saic uonus snail be signed by thu Mayor and Clork nf Mm Vlllnrro and have affixed thoreto the corporate seal of the Village, and tho Interest coupons shall bo signed by the Clerk, or a. fac-slmile of his signature shall bo Uthocranhcd or nrlnted thorenn. Tho Mayor and Clerk aro hereby authorized uuu uirecieu to execute saia uonus, therein pledging the faith, credit, rev enue and property ot tlfc Village for tho payment of the principal and Interest thereof at maturity. Section 6. There shall bo levied and collected annually by taxation an amount sufficient to pay tho Interest on said bonds, and to provide a sinking fund for their final redemption at ma turity. Section 6. This ordinanco shall tako effect and bo in force from and after ten uays alter its nrst publication. I'assea May latn, tuiv. D. n. CANFIELD, Mayor Attest! JOHN W, IiYONB, . Q)rk of Cpw8 War Saving Stamps Exchange AMON Perrysburg, Ohio OKDIXANCE No. Xt An ordinanco determining to proceed with tho improvement of .Louisiana .Avonue from tho northerly lino of Front Street to tho southerly line of Seventh Street by tho construction of equipment thereon for lighting same. WHEREAS, By Resolution No. 320 adopted April 15. 1919, the Council has declared tho necessity for tho improve ment of Louisiana Avenue from the northerly line of Front Street to tho southerly lino of Soventh Street by the construction of equipment thereon for lighting samo; now therefore, BE IT OHDA1NED, By tho Council of tho Village of Perrysburg, State of Ohio: Section 1. That It Is tho Intention of tho Council to proceed with tho im provement of Louisiana Avenue from the northerly lino of Front .street to tho southerly lino of Soventh street by the construction of equipment thereon for lighting name, in uccorcflnce with said Resolution No. 320 adopted April IB, 1919, and in accordance with the plans, specifications, estimates and pro tiles heretofore approved, and now on lllo in tho office of tho Clerk in said Village. Section 2. Tho corporation of Perrys burg shall pay one-flftioth of all tho cost and expenso of said improvement, and the balance of such cost and ex pense shall be paid by special assess ments levied and assessed Upon all tho lots and landB within tho Village of Perrysburg, by a percentage of the tax value of the property assessed. Section 3. Said assessments shall bo payablo In ilvo equal annual Install ments, and bonds or notes shall be issued In anticipation of tho collection thereof. Section 4. Tho Clork of Council la heroby authorized and directed to ad vertise for bids for the construction of said equipment for lighting said portion of Ijoulslana Avenue. Section 5. This ordinanco shall take effect and bo In force from and after tho expiration of ton days after tho first publication thereof. Passod May 13, 1919. , DWIQHT R. CANFIELD, l)layor. Attest: JOHN W. LYONS, Clork ot Council. 13b LEGAL NOTICE. Sealed bids will bo recolved by tho Clork of Council of the Village ot Porrysburg, State of Ohio, at tho office of said Clerk In said Vlllaira until is o'clock noon, Saturday, Juno 10, 1919, for luriiiuiung liiu iieuessary iaoor ana ma terials for Improving Louisiana Avenue from 'the northorlv lino of Front Rtrnnt- to the southerly lino of Seventh Street by tho construction of equipment there on for lighting samo, according to plans and specifications on file In said office. Each bid must contain the full name ot every person or company Interested In It. and shall be accomnnnlnd hv n hnnii in tho sum of $600,00 to tho satisfaction oi me uuueu oi suiu viuago, or a cer tified check on a solvent bank for that amount, as a guaranty that If tho bid is uueeiueu u. contract will Do entered into and Its nerformancn nrnnnrlv . oured. If tho work bld'for embraces both labor and material they shtil' be separately stated, with tho rlco thereof. The rlKht Is reserved to reiant nnv nv all bids. By order of the Council. JOHN W, LYONS. Clerk of Council. Perryibur, oble, uy .j, i,jf, 114 L 'M :, t Ah Ly itrMBLil iiS .''! v-?t .1 ft -ri''' ts"r 'YM-.fo3W- -1 ZLJLJ2UZ .- i.- ,.. - in Ir 1- " .