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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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LOUIS C HARTL.
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nt 2 o'clock, In order that tt may reach Ita
reader t varloui localities by Thursday
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ADJOURNING POLITICS ABROAD.
In what Americans, trained and
accustomed to practical politics, would
call the "caucusing" preliminary to
tho actual assembling of the world's
peace conference, Indications multiply
that economic questions must take
precedence over political Issues. The
urgency of a common human need
throughout the world will not brook
delay. The theoretical International
peace conference faces the practical
Internationalism of hunger. The sov
iet of empty stomachs and bare backs
demands first consideration. That
the delegates to the conference recog
nize this Is shown by the prominence
given In preliminary discussion to
measures of human relief, says Chica
go Daily News. It is found more Im
portant to know whether Mr. Hoover
will accept the burden of world food
distribution than whether the ex
kalser has any legal right to remain
In Holland. Tho problem of employ
ment of the world's armies In con
structive work Is just now more vital
than decisions as to boundaries and
forms of government. Perhaps after
the stage is cleared of these imminent
and urgent matters it will be discov
ered that politics, boundaries, rulers
nnd the forms of administration have
.been greatly simplified and lend them
selves to adjustment upon the recog
nized basis of humanity rather than
upon the outworn doctrine of a too
James Russell Lowell is said to
have confessed to John Flske In his
later life that he had lost all relish
for higher literature and only cared
for tales of wild adventure and detec
tive stories. The elderly Harvard
alumnus who vouches for this also
says that Tennyson was affected in
the same way as the result of years
spent In lofty contemplation. Other
authority has It that Mr. Taft nnd
President Wilson find relaxation In
detective stories. By the way, did
anyone ever hear of the reverse of
this procedure a turning to lofty
contemplation in their late years by
persons who look to detective litera
ture In early life? Is It a rule 'that
works both ways?
Herr President Ebert's government
Is figuring on a plan for paying off the
German debt. It expects to begin by
seizing ali war profits, this to be fol
lowed In time by taking over all
"swollen" fortunes. In effect, the
new German scheme will not only .levy
high taxes for a time, but will virtu
ally abolish Inheritance, says Omahn
Bee. Nationalization of industry and
socialization of wealth will provide
means for settling with creditors, as
well as removing a source of worry
to the government. When no citizen
has great wealth, tho bolshevlkl will
have less to envy.
The unearthing of a blue-white dia
mond from a South African mine, one,
of tho largest ever discovered and per
haps the most valuable, is a find of
some Interest and Importance. But
just at this time the world Is prepared
to welcome with more joy a new oil
gusher, a new coal field, or a fow
added acres that can be planted to
I . .
Miss Clara Sheldon of Detroit
is a guest at the Geo. Scliwind
home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schedder
called nt tho home of Mrs. Harry
Thomas Sunday evening.
Mrs. Harry Tliomns has returned
from a few days' stay with friends
at Columbus, Ohio.
Miss Mabel Clinc nnd Mr.C?
Allen Hawley of Toledo called on
Mrs. Jus. Marli Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Pierce of To
ledo were guests last Sunday ol
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunham.
Mr. and Mrs. Edler and children
of Toledo were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luebben.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Chnpcl
nnd son visited Mr. nnd Mrs.
Stephen Sehaller last Sunday.
Mrs. F. L. Cowells of Detroit
was a week-end guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Chris TIartsing.
Mr. Raymond Spilkcr and Miss
Clara Spilker left Tuesday to re
sume their .studies at the 0. S. U.
Mrs. Charles Shipman and son,
Paul, of Weston, were guests Tues
day, of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gun
der. Mrs. Grant Holbrook and Mrs.
A. R. Williams' spent Wednesday
with Mrs. II. L. Wehnore of To
ledo. Miss Helen Giant of Toledo
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Aldin a few days of last
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leydorf at
tended the Williams County fair
at Ml. Pelier Thursday of last
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fels of Toledo
were guests of Mr. and Mi's.
Stephen Sclinller Tuesday of last
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kadmaie
nnd family visited Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ilild of
Mi's. E. S. DeVerna and family
visited in Bowling Green a few
days last week the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Scliwind, daughter
Margaret and son Robert of- To
ledo, visited Mr. Geo. Scliwind nnd
family last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roberts and
son Leonard visitoii jit. tlin limnn nf
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Munz or Bloomdale.
Dr. and Mrs. Bert Kinsley and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dreher have
lctm-ned" from a week's vacation
trip up through the lakes.
Mrs. Louise Hoffman, Mr. Elmer
ilomnan anil family spent Sunday
at, Stony Ridge the guest of Mr.
Win. Armbu'ster and famliy.
Miss Alvina, Thomas of Cleve
land is visiting Perrysburg friends
for the next few days and is stay
ing with her sister, Mrs. H. L.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scheider,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and
children were Sunday afternoon
gjiests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hild
of near Monclova.
Mra. Monroe Geollar of Bloom
ville and children Marian, Leon
ard, Luella May and Madelyn visit
ed her sister Mrs. Geo. Roberts and
family a few days of, this week.
' "' " THE SUPERCARGO. ",, '
The United States shipping board
announces the revival of the ancient
and honorable title, office and emolu
ments of "superenrgo." Readers of
sea tales of a bygone period will re
call such a ncrsonnce. The super
cargo formerly owed his position to'
tho circumstances that deep-sea ships
made trading voyages beyond the
reach of communications, sometimes
being gone for a year or more. The
supercargo went along as the per
sonal representative of tho owners,
to sell or barter the cargo to tho
best advantage. The sailors were apt
to look upon him as an Irreclaim
able landlubber, and because of the
strain of constant companionship on
a protracted voyage he and the skip
per would often fall out. Voyages
nowadays ore made more swiftly, and
to definite ports, with the sale of the
cargo of no concern to the shipowner,
while the return cargo Is likely to be
arranged for In advance. 'And the
cabloand, wireless are always aval)
blo"for conversation or Instructions.
But tho shipping board Is confident It
can make supercargoes useful. A
"force" of them will be organized to
sail jyj Its ships as "accredited officers
f "the United BUtei iojmmitli' '
"LOVE AND LAW"
Also Two Real Sun
8 -Reels 8
Coming Sunday, Sept. 28th "Human Desire"
which played all last week at the Temple
in Toledo. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-:
The many relatives and friends
gathered at the home of C. Knerr,
to help 'him celebrate his 78th
birthday. Everyone present en
joyed the day immensely, and none
more so than Mr. Knerr. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Shoemaker, Miss Dorothy
and Clarance, of Winnapeg; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Schneckter, of To
ledo; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse King and
Dale King, of Haskias; Mr. and
Mrs. George Knerr, Miss Dorothy
and Arthur Knerr, of Rossford;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDon
ald, of Monroe, Mich.; Misses Pearl
and Georgia McDonald, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Burnett and Mh-s Edytha
Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Clark, Cloyce, Ormand, Harold and
Miss Virgie Clark, of Toledo; Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Clark and El
wood Clark, Miss Irene Moore, of
Toledo: Mr. and Mrs, Frank
Tubbs, Henry Stauffer, Mr. and
Mrs. Levere Farnum, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hebbenbecker, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Knerr, of Toledo. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Knerr, liss Louise'
Knerr add Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Moore, of Maumee; Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Fisher and Miss Martha
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fisher,
and Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Fisher,
of Waterville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Knerr, of Bailey; Mis. Elizabeth
Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoe
maker, of Toledo; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Shoemaker, Elmer Shoema
ker, Mrs. Mary Dixon, Mr. and
Mrs. James Fleming, of Delta;
Mrs. Mary Wittee and Harry Wit-j
tee of Waterville: Mr. and Mrs.'
F. E. Twineing. A sumptuous,
lunch was seived buffet, and all
left wishing Mr. Knerr many hap
py returns of the day.
World's Hottest Places.
The Snlmra desert, between paral
lels 10 and 0, Is considered to be the
hottest place In the world, but Hyper
abad, In Sid desert In India, Is even
hotter. In summer months It Is snld
the temperature there often rises above
1D degrees In the shade.
REPORT OF ROSSFORD SAVINGS BANK
Report of the condition of the Rossford Savings Bank, at Rossford,
in the state of Ohio, at the close of business Sept. 12, 1919.
LoansonReal Estate ,... 55,165 00
Loans on Collateral 01,511.00
Other Loans and Discounts 52,325.00
U. S Bonds and Securities (Items 5-6-7-8) . 7,350 00
State, County and Municipal Bonds 25,500 00
Other Bond and Securities '. 35,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,057.97
Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 10,147.30
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 of subscription) 1,600.00
Cash in Vault (Items 18 19-20-21) 9,525 69
Net amount due from Banks and Bankers 15,653.00
Interest Earned, Not Collected 2,140.82
Liberty and Victory Loan Bond Account 43,370.00
Tolal , 320,345.78
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000 00
Surplus Fund T. 5,000.00
Undivided Profits less expenses, interest and taxes paid 1,806.27
Reserve for Interest 1,250 00
Individual Deposits subject to check
(Items 34-35) ;.-. $ 09,212.59
Demand Certificates of Deposit - 3,855.08
Savings Deposits 146,822,08
Bond Premium Account 1,157.00
Interest collected, not earned ". , ' 725.26
Liberty and Victory Loan Payment Account -.., 40,517.50
TOTAL , $320,345.78
I, Earl B. ,Haas, Cashier of the above named Rossford Savings
Bank, dp solemnly swear that the above statement id true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
EARL B. HAAS.
State of Ohio, County of LucJas, Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 10th day of Sept . 1919. ' C. E. TAYLOR.
" . " Notary Public,
THE SILENT WOMAN
a Metro Picture and
A Good Society Play and
Tho following relatives and
friends were entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaz
mnicr and familj' in honor of their
daughter Lois' marriage to Mr.
Thomas Yenour of Waterville a
few dnys ago: Mr. and Mrs. John
Kazmaier, Sr., Mr. nnd Mrs. N.
Yenour of Waterville, Mr. and
Mis. Kiik Kimball and daughter
Frances nnd Mr. Frank Penny oi
Prairie Depot, Mr. and Mrs. Law
lence Rider and son Clifford, Mr.
and Mis. Geo. Schneider and fam
ily. Miss Helen Kazmaier and Mr.
Ira Mountain and Mrs. Alva Hum
FOR SALE Big type Poland
China sow with seven pigs. Inquire
F. II. Kazmaier, River Road. 31tf
VV anted Responsible man to act
as Assistant Shipping Clerk for
American-National Wheel Co. 30tf
For Sale Lumber from a barn
in good condition Size 20x24.
Phone Black 11-2R. 30tf.
POUND Small pocketbook,
containing money. -Owner inquire
at .1. Davis Hardware Co.
FOR SALE House on Second
street, second block from Main
street. Inquire Mr. J. DuFord,
Perrysburg, Ohio. , 27tf
WANTED An experienced
washerwoman to do washing at her
house. Will pay well. Mr. Geo.
Green halgh. 31b
FOR SALE Four, acres, seven
room house, barn, large chicken
yard nnd lots of fruit. Enquire of
J. B. King, corner Seventh and
FOR SALE Two vacant lots on
5th St., new asphalt pavement.
$200 down payment, long time on
balance if wanted. Wm. Schlect.
FOR SALE Big type Poland
China gilts, due to farrow in Sep
tember and October. Also one
stock hog. All immuned. 28tf
Fank Kazmaier, River Road.
FOR SALE Five shoats, suita
ble for back of cattle. One-half
mile east of Dixie Highway, Vi
miles west of Five Points. E.
O WW1IIIC O VUUAC
& Cylinder Washer h
X will prove the most economical equip
h ment for the home laundry the market
jtf affords. Its low cost of operation, ease
Q in handling the clothes, and its substan- Q
V tial construction commend its use. 8
X Be sure to have this machine demon- V
Q strated to you before placing an order for Q
V a washing machine. 9 0
J. DAVIS HARDWARE
NOW IS THE TIME
There's no time like the present to make
up your mind to save money and there's
no easier way of doing it, than tojeome in
today and let us figure the cost of building
a heme to suit your individual require
ments. AGAIN WE SAY
THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. S
E. L. CLAY, Manager. .
Perrysburg, Ohio 1 '
Machinists Wanted Apply at
Employees Wanted Both men
and women. Steady work; good
pay. Apply in person at time keep
er's office. American-National Co.,
Perrysburg, O. 25tf
FOR SALE Lot on Pine and
3rd Sts., 66x165. Large 'Maple
trees all around, good artesian well.
$700. Down payment of $200 with
long time for balance.
30tf WM. SCHLECT.
WANTED To rent good house.
Must have gas' bath and electricity.
Will pay good pride, and would re
quire one y.ear's lease. Leave
name and street number at Journal
Practical hemstitching neatly
done by power machine. Call
Wednesday and -Friday evenings
of each week. Clara Rippinger,
415 E. Dudley St., Maumee, O.
Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist Eye, Ear, Noe aifd Throat.
Glasses. Has returned from the
army. Hours, 9 a. m. till 4 p. m.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St.' Over Interurban Station.
Bowling Green, O. Phone 146R.
tt All kinds of Feed for Horses,
$ Cattle, Hogs and Chickens. S
PERRYSBURG GRAK I SEE!
Phone Main 48
tDWARE CO. 8
'distinguish our dry cleaning and
steam pressing of clothing from
the ordinary processes. All the
advantages we would be justified
in claiming for our work ivill not
prove half so convincing as will
one trial. Our prices are no
highq? than others charge for less
satisfactory work. Why not in
vestigate? MILTON MLADENUS,
213 Louisiana Avenue,
Phone Main 153.
.Perrysburg, Ohio jL
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