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70L.XLIX.-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBUKG, WOOD CO., 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.
$1.00 IN ADVAN0E,-U0.29
j. c. mishm,
Is what you always get
when you order nn
Every Garment that
Is turned out by tho
INQ CO. of New York and
is made to the individual
'measure of the man who
orders it. It is made with
the utmost care and with
the best skill and is guaran
teed to please in every par
ticular. Yet "International"
prices arc exceptionally small.
Over six hundred samples of tho
"laUraatlonal" line can be seoa at
A. C. FULLER'S.
College, Cor. Attaint ami l.-.tli, Toledo. O.
JJw tniilddlna wpMltilly ilmlzncd for Hie Kliool.
Xnillih. nuMnera and Shnrttiaml couro. StudrnH
cn rn b-vini. Cimitnrafrcc. SO ycar under lnu
Bltmentorsr. 11. Ilmla.
A mm 0PP0BT0M1TY
Por the Sick and Afflicted to Con
Dr. J. M. Morgan The Physician
who cures diseases by Sanatlvo Medi
cation or non-poisonous Remedies will
M. MORQAN, M. D.
o y thoso remedies which act in
h rmony with vital force.
Jt tho graveyards could give up tl lr dead, hundreds of them would
testify to this fact, that poison caused their death.
Tho doctor can he consulted freo i 215 Michigan St., between Mad
ison and Jofferson streets, Toledo, Oh , every Thursday from 9 a. m. to
6 p. m. Bell 'Phono 21512.
The Diseases he Treats and Cures are '
Rheumatic That makes llfo a ying death and tortures Its victims
fc'oyond op' -ranee.
Lumnago Which makes a might man as helpless as a child' relloved
nd cured as if by tho hand of Provit nee.
Heart Disease Which snatches It victims from earth In a twlnklo of
flU oye, permanently and positively ci ed.
Catarrh and Consumption Whlcl ', cause 175,000 (ono hundred and
BOTonty-flvo thousand) deaths in thoWJntted States annually, cured by
Nervous and Mental Diseases Wpch send their hundreds to tho In
cane asylum and death, treated and cured far in advance of any other
Stomach and Liver Diseases wfijch make llfo miserable and causo
men and women to commit suicide, are easily cured by Sanatlvo Medica
Kidney and Bladder Diseases -Which steal upon their victims liko a
thiol at night, taking from them all their vitality, leaving them a physical
Wreck, permanently cured.
BloorJ and Skin Diseases Eradicated, leaving tho Byst'om In a per
ftct healthy condition.
Diseases of Women Cured in ashort period of tlmo and so easily,
that it delights tho heart of ovory lady.
Young Men Aro making a sad mistake it thoy fall to tako treatment
lirlth Dr. Morgan.
Rupture, Goiter and Big Neck Piles, Rectal Diseases, Cancors and
Tumors, Nervous Prostration, cured to stay cured by Sanatlvo Medication.
If you are out of tho city and cannot call, tho Dr. can treat you at
homo. Modlcino sent to any part of tho United States in plain package.
Delay means death. Address.
DR. J. M. MORGAN, 215 Michigan St.
A Route Recommended to Con
nect with Tontogany.
Special Agont Haupt has laid out a
freo doltvory route at Tontogany whloli
ho will recommend to tho department
nt Washington. Tim routo Is twenty
two ratios In longth and serves 130 fam
ilies. CI. C. Gundy will be thu general
- - AXU - -
Arthur E. Hitchcock,
420 and 431 Gardner Utilltllng,
D. K. H0LLENBE0K,
PERiwsntntu, - omo.
GENERAL COLLECTOR AND REAL ES
Titles Investigated mid nhstracts furnished on
application. Kotnty In Olllcc.
- - NOTARY PUBLIC.
Manufacturer of "Auditor," "Jack
Pot," and other brands of flno cigars.
We guarantee the leather
and the fit.
Tho wise man reads and reflects.
This Ib an ago and day of Improve
ment. The world Is open to scientific
investigation. Man has from tho ear
liest period of tlmo sought for means
by which to relieve "Human Suffer-
ig and Prolong Existence." This con-
Itutea the chief object of medicine.
Sanative Medication Tho God
id to suffering humanity has
ved hundreds of lives and relieved
imsands by the use of Non-Poison-
Remedies. Realizing that man
anot impart a curative power to an
a bnt which God has stamped with
tl j power to destroy. For this rca-
s i wo object to the use of poison
f( internal treatment, and wo uso
Ehrly's Shoe Store
Passed Over a
Michael Ireland celebrated hla one
hundredth birthday anniversary Fri
day. IIo la the oldest man In Bowling
Groan and Is one or a family whoso
longevity is remarkable Mr. Ireland
Is still strong physically, though his
oyoslght has tailed him. Ilo has 12
children, a number of whom aro grand
parents several times. Mr. Ireland's
mother lived till sho was 115 years of
ago, and an undo lived to the age of
100 boloro ho passed away. Freo Press
TIio llruvory of Woman
Was grandly shown by Mrs. John
Dowllng of Butler, Pa., In athreo years
elrugglo with a malignant stomach
iroublo that caused distressing attacks
of nausea and Indlgesilon. All reme
dies failed to relievo her until xho tried
Electric Bitters. After taking it two
months, alio wrote: ''I am now wholly
cured and can eatanythiiig. It Is truly
a grand lonlo for tlm wnolo system as I
gained in weight and feel much strong
er Blnco using It." It aids, digestion,
cures djHpi'psb'. improve appetite,
give's now life. Only 50c. Guarai.tecd
Used to Caryo a Latcha Man.
On Friday last, B. Bahnson of Lat
cha was terribly cut by D. B. Barnhlto
who is a bartender for Jon Aubrey of
Barnhlte, it Is said, got Into a fight
with Bahnscn In ills saloon on Friday
afternoon, and used u big oheeso knlfo
on Bahnson, plunging It deep into his
side. Barnhlte claimed that Bahneen
came Into tho place and tried to run It
by going round behind tho bar and
doing as ho pleased.
Barnhltograbbcd thochceso knifonnd
they scuflled for somu time. Tho bar
tender relates that thoy fell over a
chair acd Bahnseu fell upon tho knlfo,
culling a deep gush In his stdu.
Barnhlto wiu arrested by Cnnstablo
.Too Blhir Bihiison it is thought will
Clnuvrd b) Minio Irrlmiit Acinic
Upon tlio HIiicuiim lUcmbrmie or the
Inihunalton of iho Btomach, gastric
catarrh or gastritis, as this unpleasant
nlUlciiou Is variously called, may, like
most Inflammatory dlsonses, bn acuto or
ohronlo in Us course. Thu symptoms
of gastritis aro more or less fever, weak
pulse, loss of appcltto, coaled tongue,
toul breath, bad tasto in tho mouth, Iho
head aches dully. There is sensation
of wolght or distress In tho stomach.
Gastritis Is caused by some irritant act
ing on tho mucous mombrano of tho
stomach, thu Irritunt is olton formed In
Iho stomach by tho fermentation of In
digested food. Gastritis will never de
velop It you tako regularly Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin, tho guaranteed
cure for Indignation, constipation and
all disoabt'S in-it-l nu from blomiich troub
les. Dr. C.tlrtwell'rt Syrup Pepsin is an
all the ear lound medicine. Good for
tho whole family from the smallest In
fant up. It Is the best life insurance.
Sold hy C. P. Champney, druggist. 50c
and $1 00 bnltlt'P.
' mT -y ..l.ll Mil . I' 'JI'l'WlM.IT-TTTg.'BT,
Ladies Kid Gloves
An exceptional good ono at $1.00
per pair. Colors aro black, brown,
tan and gray. Acicnowledged by
judges of good gloves to ba ono of
the best ever put on tho market to
soil at $1.00 tho p.ilr.
F. Eugene Rheinfrank,
AND COUNSELLOR AT LA"W
C3I-53'J Tlio Spllzer,
IN PEEEXSBIIEQ Tiom 6 to 0 P. M. Daily.
WATCHMAKER aiid JEWELER
Watobosi Clocks, Jowolry, Spectacles &o.
Half block from Summit St.
315 MONROE ST., TOLEDO, O.
8peclul caro will be taken with tho repair ol
all kinds of Watches. Ulouku unit Jewelry.
Sours: 0 to 15 n. lu., Mondays nnd Tuesunys.
1 to 0 p. m., Thursdays and Fridays.
DR. J. HARDY SPI0ER,
TOLEDO BPlXIALISr IN
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Ilcmovcd to S3li Superior Street.
QLAB3E8 GUAltANTKKD TO l'IT.
Examination ireo TOLKPO.OHIQ.
Wanted 1000 Women
Ono In cni li locality to act as agent lor tho I)r.
Ilussoy l'amlly Itemedy. It cures croup, iliph
Iberia, cholera Infantum, iiaihma, thro.it mid
lutifi trouble, eoliirrli and rheumatism, or money
refunded. Hood piiv for jour Bnaru time. Out
lit freo to stat t, Addrus i'nr particulars,
'1'lto Ur. Uuthcv MuUlcluo )n
And Other Items of Interest
from tho Schools.
The High School boasts of a crushing
lot of monstors who form tho football
team. Tho boys need about thirty
pounds of avoirdupois to como up to Iho
High School Btandard, in wolght at
least. Tho lino outeddo o! tbe contor Is
very light but thoro aro soma spoody
chaps behind from whom considerable
is expected before tho end of the season.
Tho lino up:C, Mungor; B. G., Rog
ers; L. G., Comstock; U. T.. Nolfor; L.
T., Norton; R. E., Rossbaoh ; L. E, Pnr
gollls; Q. B, Fuller; K. H. B., Davis; L.
H. B.. Hampton; F. B , Meyer.
Tuesday tho High school and the
Eighth Grade mot on tho gridiron for
tho first gamo ot tho season. The
halves lasted fifteen minutes and when
tho battlo wa9 over and tbo dust had
settled down tho score vraa five to noth
ing In favor of tho High School. Davis,
right half back, mado tho only touch
down in tho game.
Tho Eighth Grado Elovon is com
posed of a husky lot of youngsterB who
may bo expected in tho future to up
hold tho honor of tho P. H. S. on the
gridiron. Tho line up: C. Redman; R.
G, Wilson; L. G, Cobb; R. T. Hecklor;
R. E, McCaslin; L. E, Thornton ;.Q. B,
Comstock Norton, R. H. B, VnnVal
konberg; L. H, B, Holt man ;F. B, Inn
man; Subs, Kazmaler, Crankor, Honry,
When a pupil mlsseaa recitation, say
once a weok or onco ovory two wooks.
It means twenty or ton por cent of tho
work lost. Every parent should ondoa
yor to send tbo children as regularly as
it is possible. Tho studont who is on
hand every day seldom falls to make
good when the end of tho year comas,
while tho ono who is irregular often
falls to pass. Absence besots careless
ness and loss of interest.
Friday off for tho Bowling- Groon
Fair. Tho Btudenta will bo given a
clianco to attend this exhibition with
out missing any recitations.
l-r t yr:
Mr. Haylor la heartily in favor of
football. Outsido of the loss of a little
skin and minor bumps no ono has been
iiurt. If every playor Is careful and
has regard for tho safoty of his oppo
nent there is little dangor in tho great
est game that Is.
TO CUKE A GOLD IN ORE DAT
Tako 1-nxntlvo Jlromo Quinine Tiblcts. All
dnicKlsla refund tbo money if It lalla to cure.
12. v. Grove's signature U on each box. 25c
Appointed at a Special Meet
ing1 of Council.
Counctl met in special session as por
thi! cll for tho p'lrnoM of appointing a
Oa roll call tho following members
responded: Dognor, Dlbllng, Hur
bauor, Maddy, Meokor. and Uthoff, and
Mr. D-Jgnor presented tho following
motion in writing:
That Frosmau E. Bowers ba and the
Bame hereby is appointed Mayor of the
Incoruorated Village ot Porrjsburg,
Wood Co., Ohio, for tho unexpired
term of Andrew Roach, deceased.
Tho motion was seconded by Mookor
and on roll call passed unanimously.
Moved by Degner, seconded by Dia
ling, nnd carried, that the chair ap
point a committee to wait on Mr. Bow
ers and notify him of his appointment.
Messrs. Degner and Mookor were
named on tho committee.
Nolary Public Mr. P. "Wetzel admin
istered tbo olllcial oath of office to Mr.
Mr. Maddy. who was presiding at
this mooting, vacated tho chair which
was immediately tako,n,by Mayor F. E.
Bowors. Tho Mayor upon assuming
thodutiosot offioo, mado n fevr timely
remarks aftor which council adjourned.
Attest: 'J. M. Fbaney,
Ntoim tlio Uuli ana -wtUn
Laxatlvo BromoQulnlDoTtbUU core a cold
In ono day. No cure, no pay. nice no. i2Su
ICuilroad Duy at (be .Faia-Amt0l
Saturday Sopt. 28ih will be unlquo in
tho history ot tho Buffalo KxnofiHlon.
rno gorgaaus procession wuiuumgiy
lllustrato titeNmgroB9 ot transportation
mothodsfrom tMday9 0l ttu anolcnls
to tho oxtravagkrrlomorta and elo
ganco which cko9rlzo modern
methods, For this ocdw tho Nlokel
Plato Roud will sell tlckoWfigpt 27th
at ono cent por rallo, good wift days
after day of salo. Inquire ol nearest
agent ul tho Nickel Pinto Road.
In Honor of President McKIn
ley Held In Perrysburg-.
On Thursday afternoon last alt busi
ness In Porrysburg was suspended, and
tho aftornoon dovotcd to momorial ser
vices. The meeting was callod for 2 o'clock
at the town hall and nt a mooting hold
for tho purpose of making arrange
ments Roy. G. A. Adams was invited to
prcbldo its chairman and tho ministers
of tho various churches wore Invltod to
tako part in tho mooting.
Owing: to previously made appoint
monts It was posBiblo only for Rovs.
Adams, Johnson and Stockor, to be
proaont, as representatives ot tho
hruohos, with Prof. Haylor of the
Tho quartette composed of Mrs. A.
R. Williams, Mrs. F. C. Eborly, Chas.
Chapman and Chas. Champuoy, vory
kindly provided tho vocal music for
tho occasion rendering the President's
favorite hymn In a manner that touched
tho heart of ovory person in tho audi
Tho services wore nponcd with tho
beautiful hymn, "Nearer My God, to
Thee" by tho choir, followed with n
forvont prayor by Rev. A. P. Johnson.
"Load Kindly Light" tho President's
favorlto hymn, was thon sung by tho
Prof. D. A. Haylor was Introduced
and made a vory pleasing address, tak
ing for his Bubjoet, "McKinley, tho
Rev. Stoclcer followed, with an ad
dress that was vory interesting with
"McKinley as a Christian" as bis sub
Tho school children led by tho choir
thon sang "America."
"Results" was tho 3ubjoot chosen hy
Rev. Adams as tbo closing address of
"Thy Will bo Dono" by tho Chair,
and tho bonodictlon by Roy. Johnson
closed tho momorial services in which
every person seemed to tako deep in
terest. It was nn occasion on which
young and old seemed to fool that tho
doath of tho President had takon from
thorn a near and dear friend whoso loss
was folt in every home and eyory heart.
Causes slulc headache, stomach and
bowel troubles. Tako Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, the best regulator; a per
fect laxative. C. P. Champney, drug
gist. TOLEDO AMUSEMENTS.
'An Innocent Sinner" nt Uurt's.
"An Innocent Sinner," pronounced
by some papers as "the moat plctur
osquo, thrilling and creditable Amort
can drama seen in years," will bo
played at Burt's tho latter half of tho
week. A vaudoville bill is introduced
between the acts, the feature being tho
Two Little Macks in songs, dances and
character changes, "positively tho two
greatest child artists in America.
-Slint-A Acres" nt tlio Lyrruin.
James A. Home's famous cu.u.-Jy
drama, "Shore Acres," closes n week's
engagement at the Lyceum on Satur
day night. It has justly been said of
this play that it is as delicately und
simply beautiful as a morning glory.
Its characters aro as clear cut as cam
eos, Its sentiments are both humorous
and pathetic and its mural uplifting
and helpful. Tbo story Mr. Horno
tolls in "Shore Acres" Is easily fol
lowed and as you watch its unfolding
you can readily understand whv this
simple play bus been crowned with such
"Foiy Grandpa" at tlio Valentine.
"Foay Grandpa" will bo presented
next Friday and Saturday, also matlneo
at the Valentino. "Foxy Grandpa" is
William A. Bradoy's now musical "snap
shot" and although it has boon but a
short time on tho road it has mado
"good." Tho pleco is full ot specialties
dances and catoby songs which arc now
last becoming qui to popular, lor exam
ple, "Tho Two Bad Boys," "Military
Charlie," "Tbo Gallant Throo" and
"The Dancing Dollies." The story is
told in tbreo acts and tbo sceno is laid
at tbo Green Mineral Springs hotel,
Vermont, whore "Foxy Grundpa" has
gone and taken his two grandsons
"Chub" and "Bunt" on a vacation. Ho
wants thorn toiseo everything and pro
vides liberally (or their entertainment.
It is raid that Mr. Hart, who essays
tbo rolo ot "Foxy Grandpa,"la ideal in
tho part, while Carrie Do Mar doos tho
best work ot hor career. Mr. Brady
has surrounded these peoplo with a
company ot exceptional exosllonco.
Burt tha j9 '"s f11"1 " M" 'mis
1ha Kind You Haw Always Bought
YOUNQ MEN'S SUITS
For Boy from U to II) years, nt 4.00
5.00, 0.00. 7.00, 8.00. 0.00 and $10.00.
for Boys In sizes 14 to 10 years. Tho
value wo olfer you will certainly
justify you in making at least a por
tion of jnur purchases from in. Our
lino this f.ll reurest'nls belter stj lus.
butler values, and lower prices, than g
has over boon shown hy us for young 1
mens clothing. Mnko it a iKiiut to
soo our lino this fall, wo can save
A. C. Fuller.
Enters Upon its Duties With
18 Cases to Consider.
Tho grand jury now on duly la com
posed ot tho following gontlomaii:
Fred SeaUcott , (foreman,) JihcdIi
Blythe, Gaorgo H. Smith, H. B. Stv
lor, Jamoa Plnnegor, Thomas Croes, O.
W, Fitch, Frank Wagnor, Charlea
Amos, John O'Loary, Fred Potnurt. .1.
H. Whltaoro, Honry Hughps, Lucius
Boughton, and Israel Huffman.
Tho Judge charged tho grand jury
which wont to vork on 18 cases to no
brought before it, in consultation with
tho Prosecuting Attornoy.
l'owaer mill Kxptosinn
Removes everything In night; so do
drastic mineral pHU, but both aro
mighty dangorous. No need to dyna
mite your body when Dr. Klrfg's Now
Llfo Pills do tho work so easily ami
perfectly. Cures headache, constipa
tion. Only 25 conts. at nil druggists.
bv far tho most complolo lino of
up to dato novollloa over shown by
us is now ready for your inspection.
This is tho celebrated W. G. & B.
lino which for Excellence In Stylo
mako and Suparb fit is not im
proved upon by any mako of MunV
Overcoats, you aro invited to sco
A. C. FULLER.
For Teaohers of Porrysburg
Township to be Organized.
A meeting of all tho teachers of
Perrysburg township Is called for Sat
urday, Septomber 28, at 0 o'clock in tho
High School room. It is called for tho
purpose ot organizing tbo Reading
Circle, electing ufflcors of the sarou and
fixing tlmo ot mcotlngs, etc. Tho
townshln school officials so far as Uu-y
havo been seen recommend this worlc
to all teachers In tho township, and
urge them to attend this fikst meet
ing and to help in tbo organization nnd
plans of Perrysburg Township Read- '
Ing Circle. At tho annual Teachers'
Institute In Bowling Greon, a secretary
for oici ! vnlip wm oli'i'iei) unit tho
MpmiiUe for Perrysburg township, D.
A. llnylnr, will be present at this
mocllnu'. Come prepared to givo your
ordi't- fur the books unless you havo
ul ready secured them.
' "There aro all kinds of tricks in tho
police business, and in spite of oub
vigilance it is not always i-asy to de
tect the offenders," says a police lieu
tenant of Philadelphia. "Somu police
men will resort to all klndsot tricks to
keep from arresting a num. 1 havo
known casea where policemen havo
taken Intoxicated persons from their
'beats and placed them tin adjoining
beats 'to save themselves from bum
nionlng the patrol wagon."
An undue appreciation of one'si
own importance is as dlsastroua iiv
its results aa utter lack of self
esteem, very truly soys Success. IV
is really evidence of u narrow mind,
nnd Ignorance of general conditions;
for thu nmu who is up to tho times,
thoroughly posted In regard to tho
world-wide trend of tho twentieth,
century, will realize that there uro
vory few people in tho world, no
matter what their talents or ability,
who cannot be replaced. It is a very,
rare character, indeed, thut is im
peratively necessary, und tho man
who actually reaches this point does
not brag of it, nor act as if ho con
sidered hluibelf "Indispensable." ,
CASTOR I A
Foe Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought .