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$1.50 IN ADVANOB-K0.40
Citizens Take Part in Homo
Talent Performance Well
Worth the Paltry Sum
of Admission I
Local citizens, in an endeavor to
raise funds tor the Civic Association
treasury, staged a genuine "Old
Time Minstrel Show," at the town
hall on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings of this week, and played to
a full house both nights.
. The chorus was made up of about
35 "well-lamp-blacked" negroes ,who
lacked nothing from witty remarks
to the trusty razor and "de bones. "
The old time darky songs, such as:
"Massa's in de Cold, Cold Ground,"
"Old Black Joe," "Carry Me Back
to Old Virginia," and 'others were
sung with much sincerity, which
brought applause after applause
irora the audience,
i A genuine "Hoe Down," and:
"Clog Dance," clapped the climax,
although a genuine "Nigger Crap
Game" scored heavy results on ac
count of the size of the dice.
The end men (comedians) handled
their parts to a perfection and the
Colored Parson's Sermon on "Jonah
Swallowing the Whale, " was alone
well worth the price of admission.
After hearing the solos sung by
many of our prominent businessmen
disguised as negroes we begin to
think some have missed their call
ings they should be on the stage or
diverting their voice to public en
tertainment of some sort.
The chorus as a whole was well
selected and had anything beat this
side of New York. I
If you were unfortunate to have
missed this show you missed at least
"seven or eleven" years of your life.
Mrs. T. R. Shimmons of the Meth
odist church entertained her Bible
class of fifteen members very delight
fully at her home on West Front
street last Tuesday afternoon in honor
of one of the members, Mrs. Stella
Carter Kopp, a bride of a few weeks.
Mrs. Kopp was presented with a beau
tiful wedding present given to her by
teacher and classmates.
The Journal's method of advertising
farm sales is ..the method that brings
results, and is indorsed by all who
have used it, and our prices are right.
If you contemplate having a sale in
il. .. 1 ! J !
i.iiu ucur luturc, cuinu m una see us.
Dance Tonight (Thursday)
Whitey's Jazz Orchestra will give
another one of their enjoyable
dances tonight (Thursday) at the
Town Hall. Come quick. Stay
long and have a good time. Danc
ing from 8:30 to ll:S0V,m. Admis
sion: 75c per couple; extra ladies
25c. Come.
DR.i B. tflNSLEY
Office Hours 8o 11 a. m.; 1 to 6
p. m. umce upstairs corner
Second and Main Streets.
Phone Main 14.
818 Spitzer Building,
TnW Phono 142ft.
Dealer in
Watches Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles.
' 906 Monroe St. Toledo, O.
Near Michigan Street.
Special care will be taken with the
repair of all kinds of Watches,
jiocjta and .lewelry
Doctor of Chiropractic
4th Street, v Perryflburg, O.
6:00 to 0:00 Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday EvBnlntr m
Probate Court.
Fourth partial account of M. J.
Durliat, guardian of Paul J. Durlint,
haB been filed.
First nnd final account dias been
filed by A. M. Lashuay, administrator
of the estate of lmira Bower.
Sbcth partial account of Myrtle It.
McEwen, guardian of Willard Mc
Ewen, has been filed.
Ninth partial account of T. V. Pel
ton,sguardian of Wm. L. Pelton, has
been filed. '
First partial account of A. M. Lash
uay, executor of the will of James
Grange, has been filed.
Fourth partial account of Pearl
Corfman, guardian of Violet M. Mc
Crory, has been filed.
Inventory and appraisement have
been filed by Jessie Morris, executrix
of the will of Eliza Roe, deceased.
Van R. Hissong has been -nppointed
guardian of Floyd and Cloyd Hissong,
minors. ,
David B. Bushey has been appointed
guardianof Robert Bushey et ol.
Sold by Sheriff.
Sheriff Shoecraft Tuesday sold at
public auction lot 21, Hoytville, to the
Bloomdalo Building & Loan Co. for
$2,475, to satisfy judgment in the case
.brought by the. purchaser against
Hattie L. Wall et al. - ' . '
x Probate Court.
The first and final account of Jessie
Smith, the administratrix of thp estate
of Florence Box, has been filed in pro
bate. .
The adoption of Maynard C. Oaks
by H. B. Holly and wife has been con
summated. The sixth partial account of J. C.
Solether, the guardian of Maud Jones,
has been filed in probate.
' Marriage License.
Walter Hanely, 30, farmer,' Stony
Ridge, and Jessie B. 'Daily, 24, teach
er, Bradner. Rev. Cherington.
New Case.
Forrest Burley McCormic has
brought suit for divorce from his wife,
Hazel Efiie McCormic. to whom he was
married in 1009. He charges her with
neglect of her duties, .with reviling,
abusing and striking him, "and with
clandestine correspondenqe with an-
ocner man. He asks for custody of
their four children and for her ex
clusion from any interest in his 80
acres of land in Kalkaska county,'
Common Picas Entries.
Lizzie Schooner'vs. Grant Schooner.
divorce and alimony granted plaintiff.
Ida Keynolds vs. Harry E. Revnolds.
death of plaintiff suggested; case dis
. Philomena Ratty vs. Loval B. Cur
tis et al.. nlaintiff civon lenvi to file
fceply instanter and' done. '
Mary Seeman vs. Louis A. Lash-
away, defendant given leave to file an
swer instanter and done.
Minnie Sader vs. John Sader, dis
missed by plaintiff at her costs.
Eight prisoners were arraigned be
fore Judge McClelland Friday morning
and pleaded not guilty to the several
indictments against them.
Judge McClelland said that .the pris
oners who were out on bond should
have been in court to plead. He an
nounced that if they were not in court
Monday their bond would be declared
The eight who were arraigned and
the indictments against them follow:
Harry Henry, alias Frank Howell,
receiving and concealing stolen prop
erty August 20th last, a "Frd. touring
car valued at-$?l00,. belonging ito Clyde
Flaugher of Bloomdale.
Paul Campbell, a youth arrested at
Rochester, Nr Y., for stealing an Over
land touring car valued at $850, thp
property of Fred W. Lower, Toledo
musiciaif. Lower's machine was taken
from a street in Rossford.
Robert Dawson, alias Robert Dow
soig, John Nord and Harry Livesoy,
alias Henry Levorsig, receiving and
concealing tubes and cases stolen from
J. E. Hoffman & Son of Indiana. These
men werd arrested at Perrysburg on
November 22.
Julius Taryer, Randolph Marcum,
alias Ralph , Martin, and Charles
Moody, breaking into the hen house of
Joseph Wolfe, November 27, at night
and stealing 11 chickens valued at
$22; also 17 chickens belonging to
Amiel Furry, valued at $25.50; also 7
chickens belonging to Charles Deim
ling, valued at $14; also. 18 chickens
belonging to John Wolfe, valued' at
$30. J
Ed Morgan, shooting with intent to
Kill Peter, Martoo. "I ehoot,.but didn't
(Cpntlnusd oq page 8,)
Rev. P. Kluepfel, Pastor.
Sunday, January 25.
Sunday School at 9:00.
Divine servicfc at 10:00.
n the evening Rev. Kuepfel will
conduct service at Archbold, O.
The Ladies' Aid meets Thursday
afternoon, January 22, in the basement
of the church.
Bible School Saturday at 9:00.
Everybody welcome at all meetings:
Orin D, Swank, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Mqrning worship with sermon by
the pastor, 10:45. The Junior Choir
will sing.
Xoung People's Alliance will meet
at 6:30. The Misionary Committee will
have charge of the meeting.
The Men's League meets each Tues
day evening. These meetings arc.
proving a real good to thosejyho at
tend. The women also' meet at the
same time for prayer, and ark arrang
ing for special prayer meetings in the
homes on Wednesday P. M. Thi3
week they met with Grandma Finch.
The Thursday evening prayer meet
ing is a spiritual feast. The attend
ance is good and the. service interest
ing and inspii'ing.
The revival at Hobart continues with
real victory. Quite a number of young
folks have been converted and the
work is going on. Several auto loads
have gone out from Perrysburg at dif
ferent times and have been a real
help in the meetings, as well as en
joying the trip.
W. H. Spybey, Pastor.
The heart of our Evangelical -faith
is that we cannot be gooo alone. We
need help direct and real from our
Father, God, "through Jesus Christ,
our Lord." Sometimes it is well to re
mind ourselves of the cost to God of
this help. While perhaps He could
make a million worlds without getting
tired, it cost His own heart blood to
bring the help that will "deliver us
from evil." And without this help we
are weak and inefficient in our effort
to live lives of moral victory.
Last Sunday's services were well
attended in spite of wintry weather
and God made His presence felt.
The sermon qext Sabbath morning
on the subject: "Praying for the
Kingdom." At night, "Intercessory
Prayer." Also the eighth cycle of the
serial "The Son of Democracy." The
particular subject is "Down the
River." Of course you will want- to
see it and are welcome.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.; Junior
League 2:30 p. m.;Epworth League
6:30 p. m. .
Prayer meeting' on Wednesday
'evening. . "
Choir practice on Saturday night.
Rev. W. H." Pheley, Minister.
Services for Sunday, .January 25.
Whittier gives a message of en
couragement to every worker for
(Continued on Eighth Pasrc)
Mrs. J. H. Smith, living a mile
and a half west and one mile south
of Walbridge and one mile, north
and one mile west of Moline, on
the Township Lino road, will hold
a public sale on Tuesday, February
3, commencing at 10:00 a. m., and
will offer three head of horses,
three head of cows and a lot of
farming implements. Watch this
paper for advertisement Containing
complete list.
John Koerber, living on South
Boundary street in Perrysburg, just
south of the Fremont pike, will
hold a public sale on Tuesday, Fob.
1Q, commencing at 10 a. m., and
will offer a pair of well matched
horses and a large number of farm
ing implements. Watch for his
advertisement- in this-paper con
taining a complete list of all items
Watering! House Plants.
Plants should be wniered with a
spray, not with a cup or a glass.
Those that can bo moved should bo
placed where hie water will not dam
age carpets or floors ; those that can
not such as large ferns or palms
shouuWiavo, something spread on the
floor beneath them to catch the water
as It drips.- Tho water must bo
sprayed from nbovo so that nil the
leaves receive it ; this carries off tho
dust and is tho only natural way. for
ft plant to rocelvo. wa.tw(
By J. II. W..
The P. H. S. boys, journeyed to
Genoa to play the high school of that
town Friday night. After climbing
through snowdrifts and pushing the
car for a ways we finally arrived there
at nine o'clock and gave Genoa a fine
little beating. P. H ,S. played up to
form in the first half and scored 21
points while Genoa scored only three.
They gave the heavyN Genoa boys a
taste of real basketball and then start
ed a defensive game in the last half.
Genoa came back strong and by
playing a very rough game they were
able to pile up 11 points to our 4. P.
H. S. was not used to playing on
cement floors and in the second half
were footsore and tired and played a
slow game. The final score stood 25
to 14 in favor of P. H.'s.
The girls' basketball team played
their first out-of-town gme at Bowl
ing Green last Friday and were de
feated with a score of 26 to 18. The
odds were rather against us, but we
are confident that Bowling Green will
be beaten Friday night when they
come here for a return game.
The P. H. S. freshmen won over
the Toledo five in a hard and rough
game at the High School gym Friday
night. They defeated them 28 to 13.
The freshmen deserve credit for beat
ing the Toledoo five, which is a much
larger team than the freshies.
The town team also won from the
Arrows Friday night the P. H .S.
gym. The score was 23 to 12.
This, Friday night the boys play
Genoa high and the girls play Bowl
ing Green and the freshies nlay Bowl
ing Green second. Come and see us-
beat them.
On last Friday afternoon the Athen
ian Literary Society gave a delightful
program which was enjoyed by all.
The next program will be given by
the Phi Sigmas on January 2. Every
body is invited.
The tests in High School begin
Tuesday afternoon and continue till
Friday morning.
Many of the High School and grade
pupils are absent on account of sick
ness, among whom are Maribel Conk
llh, Romayne Hayes and Mary Wil
liams.. Third and Fourth Grade.
Miss Mary Whitman is taking the
.place of Miss Leydorf, who is ill. The
grade is now employed with tests.
Third Grade.
Martha Fahrer and Minnales Finch
have returned after an illness of two
In the weekly spelling contest the
girls were the winners.
We are studying the Esauimos and
Northland. TTlO pVlilrlvnn nrrnnrrn Iiq
sand table to represent the home of
the .hsquimo.
Merton F, Yeager, Sr., son of Fred
Yeacer and brothel- of John "Vpntrar- nf
our city, who has so successfully man
aged tne men's underwear department
at One Of Tnlnrin'a lnnrtlncr nilomrnn.
stores for the past two years, will ac
cept a similar position at one of the
large department stores there. He has
become an expert fitter and can handle
the regular, short and stout and slims
to perfection. He always has calimed
Perrysburg as his home and he will
be glad to assist his friends from here
in any way. Mr. Yeager comes from
tho old school of clerking nnd you
won't need a search warrant to find
him. He isalways on the job and will
ing ,to serve you. When in Toledo
make his department your headquar
tersand.have the service of the finest
store this side or New York City.
Ivn Leaf Rebekah Thimble Club will
hold their meeting Thursday, January
29, at the W. O. W. hall. The hostesses
are Mrs. J. F. Fuller and Miss Bess
Davis. Everyone cordialy invited.
Tho Sunday School Teachers' Train
ing Class, which has held meetings at
tho Presbyterian church for the past
ten weeks, was closed last Monday
evening. These meetings were always
well attended and good results are ex
pected as everyone received much
benefit from this course.
Mrs. Ed Larose.
Mrs. Edd Lalamon.
Mr. Frank Ter'stuge.
Mr. Lester Huston.
Mr. Arlio L. Hankins..
Wm. Meyers. . )
D. R. Colegrove.
Mr, B. Sloan,
Original Herb Co.' of
Toledo, Locate Here.
Through a deal consummated last
week tho Originnl Herb Co. of Toledo
beenme the owner of tho Fred Hilla-
brand building on Front street, on the
alley between Louisiana nvenue and
Walnut street. The' company has on
the market a number of proprietory
medicines said to be of much merit.
Bernard O'Rielly, who occupies the
front room downstairs, and the other
tenants of the building have been no
tified to vacate by Fehruary 15. and
the company expects to be moved in
and m operation by March 1st. .
The company is said to be well
financed and came to Perrysburg with
out asking a bonus or help of any kind,
and they will be gladly welcomed.
There are no doubt other ennrprns
in Toledo hich could be induced to lo
cate in Perrysburg if the advantages
of the town were properly placed be
fore them.
Tho Wood County Mutual Live
Stock Protective Association held its
annual meeting in Bowling Green last
Thursday Adam Amos of Portage,
and A. G. Stevens, livinc north of
Bowling Green, were elected directors
for a term of three years. The di
rectors elected James Hackenburg of
Weston president for the coming year.
No secretary to take the place of
Kobert Nixon of Lime City was select
ed. Mr. Nixon will soon move to a
farm in Lucas county. The annual re
port showed the company was in ex
cellent condition.
At the recent annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Wood County
Farmers' Mutual Insurance Associa
tion, directors were elected as follows:
Steve Morgan, Prairie Depot; Thomas
Whitacre, North Baltimore, and Rob
ert Dunipace of near Bowling Green.
The six old directors and the three
new directors organized by electing
Thomas Whitacre of North Baltimore
president, and Charles Wright of
Scotch Ridwge as secretary and treas
urer The annual report shows the
condition of the company to be ex
cellent. .
The stockholders of the Lime City
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance As
sociation held their annual meeting at
the town hall at Lime City on Satur
day, January 17, and the two direc
tors whose terms had expired were re
elected, Wm. Sanders of Millbury and
Paul Grenlich of Stony Ridge. John
Greiner of Lime City was again elect
ed adjuster and Frank Waggoner re
appointed a member of the auditing
committee. The reorganization meet
ing was postponed till some time in
the near future.
Auditorium, Open Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday,
Take a pencil and paper and set down in '
one column the cash value of everything you '
own, and the money you have in tho bank
and. your pocket. , .
. In another column list all the amounts
you owe.
Save this record and twelve months from
now repeat the process. Then you will know
for certain whether you are getting ahead or
slipping behind and how much.
If you call for one of our savings books
, right now you will be better pleased'.with next
year's figures.
SURPLUS $30,000.00
' ' ' ' ' "
Utilities Commission Set Date
of Hearing for Tuesday,
February 3rd.
The Maumce Valley put into effect
its new fares last Friday.
The fare each way from Perrysburg
to Toledo is 20 cents if paid on the
car. If you buy a round trip ticket
at the station the fare is 35 cents. A
strip of ten tickets will now cost $1.50
instead. of $1.00.
The hearing before the public util
ities commission will occur on Tues
day, Feb. 3rd., at Columbus at the
same time as the hearing- on the
abolishment of the freight service,
and will be attended by Mayor Can-
iieldand T.M.Franey, President of
the Civic Association.
The village, to be in a position to
know exactly how many were, riding
on the cars and so that nothing could
be put over on them, placed men on
all cars, who took the exact number
and the amount of fare paid.
Some of the results were startling.
The car leaving here at 6:12 last
Thursday morning had qn 112 pas
sengers when it reached the Ross
ford city limits, and upon arrival at
the interurban station at Toledo it
had carried 147 people. The car will
probably seat not more than 60 peo
ple. The village has also gathered other
matter to lay before the commission,
and in this fight they will be joined
by a committee composed of Attor
neys W. H. Harris and L. M. Murphy,
representing Maumee.
A stiff fight will be put up by the
representatives of the two' vilages
against this increase in fare and if
the results are not attained" it will' bo
no fault of the gentlemen attending
the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs.' Martin K. Breman of
near Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting at
the home of Jlr. and' Mrs.' Jos.
Merton on Hickory street', and if they'
can find a suitable building site in
Perrysburg or a property which is
satisfactory, will make this town their,
future home. Mr. Breman was a for
mer resident of Toledo, but' has al
ways admired Perrysburg as an ideal
location for a home.
He is very much interested in the
scenery about here, having made
painting his life work.
Robert Nixon, of Lime .City, ac
companied by his father, were in
Perrysburg, last Thursday, enroute.
to Bowling Green, where they at- .p-
tended the annual meeting of the. (
Wood County Farmers' Mutual Pro-
tective Association. 'Mr. Nixon is
secretary of the Association.
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