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? f f ' THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL P Ww PWpl jSJJ """ p h I US-. m ..Editor EnUrcd at tha Pcrrysbunt Postoftlce at second-elan matter. TJIE JOURNAL U dated Thursday, but the paper soes to press ever Wednesday nftcrnoon at 2 o'clock, in order that It may reach Its readers in various localities by Thursday moraine. SPECIAL NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry nnd Reso lutions of Respect are published at the rate of 6 cents per line only. There will be no devia tion from this rule. Local and Lone Distance Phone No. 21. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Dollar and fifty centa In advance. THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1919 OBSERVATIONS The dirt unci refuse in the gut ters on Front street is being cleaned away this week, and -we are ol' the opinion that the street is about to reeeivc its annual bath of oil. If you haven't given your con tribution to the Salvation Army fund, jst ask any soldier from ucross if they aren't deserving of all they ask. There is still time. Do right by them. Leave it at cither bank. An article in last week's issue of the Journal criticising the man ner in which the cemetery hns been cared for met with much dis satisfaction by the board. The story only expressed the public opinion and was a mild form of criticism as we heard it from those who observed conditions. We wish to apologize to the board if they feel it was meant as a personal slam, though in no manner was it meant as such. How many citizens of Pcrrys burg have weighed Ihe question of a chemical lire engine for our town? The Moser garage fire a few days past, was a fine demon stration of what chemicals will do in getting quick control of a fire. The-' Civic Association is making an investigation as to what will he the best apparatus and probable cost of same. A chemical fire wagon is an absolute necessity for the village protection and should get the support of 300 per cent of its people. An Erie, Pa., man wore a broad smile of satisfaction when he set tled back behind the steering wheel of his little Cheveolct the other morning after it had been turned over to him by towif authorities. The car was the one found in the possession of the five young men arrested on suspicion Friday' night on the river road. "What an awful lot of bother it causes the owner to have his ma chine stolen. If a law were passed equal in punishment to the lowli ness of "stealing an auto" there would be probably less of it done. JfJi enlightened and patriotic Brit Salter has Just done for his country iftut some nlert American should do for the United States: he has crren 1100,000 to endow the "Marshal Foch professorship of French literature" at Oxford university. The endowment Will place the study of French on the fun footing as the study of Latin and Greek In the famous university, and thus the ties that bind the two coun- tAv together will be strengthened. while for all time the students of Ox- ttrjl will be reminded of the creat crrlees of Marshal Foch. Knowledge tt farelgn languages Is now a neces sity of educated Americans, and par- ucRUrly a knowledge of French, says .Washington Post That Is the univer sal language, as useful in travel and foreign intercourse as It is delightful In tta literature. Americans hereafter will Ibe closely associated with the French nation. Thousands of Ameri cans will remain In Frnnro nr innlrfi sifningements to return there. No doubt business Interests will be devel oped which will Increase the need of men who are thoroughly familiar with both languages. Young Americans should be enabled to learn the French language as a part of their regular education. French professorships should be established In every college, and as soon as possible the language should be made a part of the common school course. Washington, D. O. A curious fact Basjseon orougnt to light by the Edu catlenal Bureau and the Bureau of In dustrial Research here. It Is that In the states where illiteracy Is most prevalent paint is least used. The palat referred to is the common or ban variety, of course, for the back-, woow countries have no need for the tier pigments or facial adornments. It is true, though, that In the sections f all states where white illiteracy is kJfkest painted homes are rare and palatal outbuildings and barns are Braettcally unknown. Probably the lultSMtes do not use paint on their builtUsgs because they de set under Umitl TSlW M PrsMHUTjtttTt, LOUIS a MAXTi. H AUDITORIUM THEATRE PERRYSBURG, OHIO Saturday Sunday "The foan who FRANCIS BUSHMAN Wouldn't Tell" ln featuring "Social QuickSand" EARL WILLIAMS A Good Society Play Also a Roaring Comedy Also Good Christie Comedy Wednesday June 18, for One Day Only HAROLD LOCKWOOD Presents another Special "A Man of Honor" This is the best picture we have ever shown. A grate picture with a great actor. All should see this feature. Vod-Vil Movies Every Wednesday. Admission Always 10c and 15c MONSTER SCREEN AT METHODIST CENTENARY Special lantern Devised For Throwing Pictures. Finishing details are being placed on the arrangements for the erection of the largest screen for the projec tion of pictures ever built in the world. This is to be one of the fea tures of the Methodist Centenary Cel ebration, to be held in Columbus, June 20 to July 13. This monster screen will have a surface for pictures 115x115 feet. The actual structure will be several feet larger ill each direction. A special lantern has been successfully devised for throwing these tremendous pic tures the necessary distance. The screen will be 250 feet from the near est spectator and will be built to withstand 40 pounds pressure to the square foot. The lantern which will project these pictures has already successfully thrown pictures on a screen in New York City across a distance of four and a half city blocks. According to Architect Harry O. Holbrook, the screen will be, in effect, three sides of a house. It is necessary to give it the foundations equivalent to a four-story building. In order that there may be as much salvage as possible after the screen has served its purpose, the picture face will be of fitted lumber, which later will be treated with a white surface preparation. The estimated cost of this screen will be $8,000. The screen and the lantern will be used in showing the tens of thousands of views, made all over the world by the Methodist Missionary Survey, which has the finest collection of pictorial reviews anywhere in the. world. Columbia Professor in Charge of Exhibits at Methodist Centenary PROFESSOR LA ,MONT "A.WAR NBR of Columbia university Is director of fine arts and designer of exhibits and scenery for the Meth odist Centenar Celebration; in Co lumbus, 0 June 20 to July 13. On plans which he laid down, the multi tude of exhibits, domestic and for eign, have been arranged in the build ings in scenic effects, making them at once appropriate and effective. Professor Warner had charge of world oxhlolts held ln Boston, Chi cago, Baltimore and Providence in past years, and has studied and work ed abroad, - V Additional. Local. Miss Jessie DeVerna and Miss Maribell Oonklin are spending this week in Michigan. Mrs. R. E. Vunllorn of Mil waukee, AVis., is visiting her sister Mrs. Frank Tfollenbeck. Miss Younj of OberJin, O. is spending the summer with Mrs. H. M. Hoover. Miss Alverta Sheffler of Rising Sun will spend a few days with Dr. and Airs. Haywood. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Snyder and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Snyder. Mr. John Maddy of Ithica, N. Y., will spemMhis week with his mother Mrs. Edith Maddy. Mrs. Pearl Keiehingcr spent last week with her aunt Mrs. Onderkirk ot .Dundee, Mich. Mrs. George Leathers spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Payette of Toledo were Mrs. W. D. Cosino's guests last Sunday. Mrs. W. L. Fellers of Toledo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neidci house and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Troyer spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pruden of Deerfield, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klucpfcl and baby Jane of Arehbold were the guests Sunday of their parents, Rev. P. Kfuepfel and family. At Bide-a-Wee on Friday last, Miss Daisy Lehr entertained the members of the Carsenica club and their friends at a lawn party. Dr. and Mrs. Haywood returned Monday evening Irom Cleveland where they attended a Chiroprac tic convention at Hotel Statler. Mrs. Carl Rcetz and son Otto, Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson and son Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Toledo were the guests Sr.nday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reetz. The Dorcafc Society will hold an open meeting at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening, June 18th, at 7 :U0. A parcel post party will be one of the features, after which ice cream and cake will be served for ten cents. All are cordially invited. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars' Re ward for any case of Catarrh.that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medi cine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-five years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Kail's Catarrh Medicine acts through the Blood on the Mucous sur faces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased por tions. , After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of ca tarrh. Send for testimonials free, P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Pruggists, 75c, YOUR FANCY VEST Can be made to look as bright and pretty as new at a very small ex pense if you'll let us dry clean it. By having your wardrobe cleanett or dyed you add to its period of usefulness, thereby saving consid erable on your clothing bill. You may trust us to do good work. Suits Made to Measure From $18.00 to $60.00 Ostrich Plumes Cleaned, Curled and Dyed MILTON MLADENUS Perrysburg, Ohio Phone Red 153. Res., Red 78 FOR SALE Building 12x20. Inquire Milton Mladenus. FOR SALE Barn, in good con dition. Phone White 160. For Rent Large garden space. Phone Mr. McClure, Main 94. For Rent Modern 6-room flat. Inquire Journal offiice. FOR SALE Top buggy j phone Red 17. . 15a WANTED Wash bowls and pitchers for bedroom use. Inquire Journal. 16b Clip the coupon in this paper and gel a big can of milk for lc. C. C. Leydorf. ' FOR SALE Second hand win dow sash ; size of panes, 9x12. In quire Milton Mbulcnus. WANTED Workmen at Ft. Meigs cemetery. Apply to G. D. Ilolbiook. Phone Black 119. Capt. (Dr.)' G. A. Gorsush, Spe cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses. lias returned from the army. Hours, 9 a. in. till 4 p. m. daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main St. Over Interurban Station. Bowling Green, O. Phone 146R. WANTED Intelligent young married man to care for cows. Good salary and house rent free. ,A good opportunity for a hustler. See Mr. Coltherd, Rockledge Farm. t 17a WANTED Carpenters, cabinet makers, boat builUcrs, joiners and painters 'who understand high class finishing. Our plant is light and well ventilated. Port Clinton is located 'on Lake Erie in tho famous fruit growing section, raid way between Toledo and Cleve land on tho main lino of the New York Central R. R. A good, inex pensive little town in which to live. Plenty of fishing hunting and boating. Attractive summer re sorts near by, Steady work, The Matthews Co,, Port OGoton, Ohio, BE YOUR OWN RAINMAKER fcygS2ssat3?jrJ&j M AT. m Q instead of waiting for showers that may not V come when most urgently needed. Get a reel 8V of our first quality garden hose and keep your flowers, fruits, vegetables and lawn healthy Jj and thriving. Look at tt to vi 1 kV ft Sv too. They are the kind that make gardening X pleasant and profitable. Q 8 JT HAVIS HARnWARF m X QOOOOOQOOOSKDr((0(MS Own A Home Build or Buy NOW Every Man Should Own His Home " tt Perrysburg Needs m The home is the Fortress of domestic happiness We have BUILD $ $ THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. 0. u ft E. L. CLAY, Manager. Perrysburg, Ohio Will Protect Republic is simply the best house paint that can be made for all painting purposes, outside or inside. It offers the best protection while it lasts and it lasts longer than any paint at a lower price. Judged by years of service, it is the cheapest paint you can buy. Ready-mixed all colors. Made ana guaranteed by , Enterprise Paint Mfg. Co, Chicago SOLO BY jsa C. A. Braun, Hardware ft ft tftV IfcV ft ittf Concrete Bird Baths and" Fountains Ornamental Lawn Vases Urns and Flower Pots Grave Markers FERR7SBDRG QRAIN S SEED COMPANY. Phone Main 48 Perrysburg, Ohio tt Banishing Troubles. Quick is tho succession of human oyonts; tho cores of today are seldom Hie enres of tomorrow; and when we Ho down nt night, wo mny snfely Bay to most of our troubles ; "Ye have done your worst, and we shall meet no or,.OQWRrf our other garden helps 8 m m m m m m m m m m m to to to to More HOME OWNERS m the material to THE HOME Your Home Specialties H Safety for Saws. In order to prevent damage to clrcu- S lar saws and danger to workmen, It has been found advisable to give all logs which come to a sawmill a thor ough spraying with Jets of water, This removes bits of rock or grovel befort ttilogHIQtotUmv. . ,. ; Kj A th-l Ift Jf "t Mw s S .&'" VHk& J . ".JJ.v-'i &-'. A1 V ADM?t!tf&tg-4LABU,tAft. i & -" : . &.A. M r&L .. , f - t T 1t" "