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THE JPERRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1903.
Prices lire Rronlly roducod
Somo ot them cut In hull during
"Strictly"' Biuninor goods low
9I10PB nnd cunviis shoes, not tliu
(leenest cuts. Mirny of thoo lots
wo hiivo recently chord out from
fiictorlea nnd jobbors, 'it (Treat
Bncrinco. It, Ib a dilueiill tusk to
bo ounlc nricoB ns to ulvo ,ou nn
intulllcont crnsp of their true
worth, but vnluoa such as thesn
arc to bo found only In stores of
our type the
Cash Only Type
And llioro is no need to look for
tht'Bo goods at theso prices In tho
"old lino" stores it's tho "up to-the-mlnuto"
spot cash stores only,
nnd In Toledo
Men's nil solid lumber
satin calf, lnco or cop-iBj
gres, il 75, shoe? 'It'
Men's pnllcl sulln or viol
kid, $'2 GO Shoo
Men's $3 00 patent vlci
or Coronn p:tent Shoes...
Boys' nnd youths' nil
olid nip sole 81.50 luce 1 ft ft
Choice of COO p'.lrsllltlo
men's $1 25 nnd SI 50 ((
UUh) (rents' coat or loin-
gnrooc.ilf $1 00 Shoes
Liltlo cents' t-olid leal her
6iulu calf $1.00 Shoes
Women' $2.0(),frout g
vlci kid Oxford
Women's $1.75 kid or
patenf Up lace Shoes
Women's $1 50 nil loath
or dongolu lnco Shoes
3,000 Pairs Infants'
Infnnts' red, bluo or black
70c strap Sandal?
Children's red blue or
black 00c Strap Sandals
Children's black vlci or
patent leather $1.00
Children's black vlci or
patent leather $1 00
Misses' patent or vlci kid
one, two or three strap,
Infants' vlci kid strap or
Colonial 75c Slipper?
Children's (sizes 3 to 8)
sprint; heel 75c button or
Infants,' 75c lnco or button
vicl or patent leather JO- 11
Shoos 4b0 i
Infants' red or blue 7fic A Qn
lnco or button Shoes 4rO0
Children's lnco or button
81.00 viol or colored
404 Monroe Street
107 St. Clair Street
Hurry O. Bacon to Alumio L. Foust,
lot, Rossford, 5100.
Frank B. Allen to Maude D,
lot, West Millgrove, 5000.
John Hein to Christopher Maliman,
20 acres, Milton township,.?!
Harry C. Bacon to D. II. Brown,
2 lots, Rossford, S300.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as thoy cannot
roach the disensed portion of tho ear.
There Is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
lnllamed condition of tho mucous lin
ing of the Eustachlon tube. Whon
this tubo gets Inflamed you havo a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,!
and when It Is entlrolv closed deaf-
ness is the result, and 'unless tho
llammatlon can bo taken out and this
tubo restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever; ntno
cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh,
VT411U11 lO (ILllllJlf, UI4U Ult lllUUlllUli tUl'
dltion of tho mucous surfaces.
"WTrt rlll ivttfn Om TIiinilcn1 Tlln'a
for any case of doafness (caused by
cntarrh) tliat cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure. Send for circulars,"
P, J. CHENEY & CO., Tololo, O.
Sold by druggists, 7Cc.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best,
(Continued from First I'uro).
more work suited to the needs of the
Plfthi That wo express our deep sor
row nt the loss by death since our last
annual meeting of our fellow laborers
Ada May Forrest, Hoscoo II. Oregg,
and Charlie Haker; and that vc ex
tend to their friends and relatives our
Sixth: That wo invito tho publica
tion of these resolutions by tho I'errys
burg Journal and all other newspapers
that may be interested.
1 pi response to an invitation of tho
Perryslnirg teachers, about 2i0 teach
ers and 11 goodly number of their
Perrysburg friends gathered at tho
' school building on Wednesday even
ing, T hoy found that there had been
an evolutionary transformation, the
desert had been made to blossom.
Vines, plants and Mowers in profu
sion were artistically scattered
, through tho halls and tables decked
with yasea of cut fiowers invitingly
awaited guests. At eight o'clock thu
Perrysburg band began to enliven
the company on tho lawn by some
splendid music; within were the
sweet strains of mandolin and banjo '
and Perrysburg teachers were every
where ut tho tables, at tho punch '
bowl, in tho receiving line and in fact '
omnipresent to see that their guests
had a royal good time. If 0110 may '
believe what his ears heard since that
reception then the teachers are more'
than oyer convinced that Perrysburg
is tho place to hold an institute.
Good cheer and true fellowship was
seen on every face and felt in the
cordial hand shakes. Wo simply re
mark that it was the true Perrysburg
spirit that was evident in the wel
come given and the glad-heartedness
of the Wood county teachers that
made the reception the success that
Card of Thanks.
The Perrysburg teachers wish to
take this method of thanking most
heartily all the individuals and tho
band for their satisfactory efforts to
entertain tho county teachers by their
vocal and instrumental music. We
recognize that you havo contributed
much to make the sessions of the in
stitute and the reception a success.
per. D. K. Haylor.
Tho launch rides were a drawing
card, and tho row boats were in good
The ninno solo bv T?nv Pitson was
1 1 1 i i n 11I
. so finely executed and so thoroughly
appreciated that he was compelled to
respond to an encore. '
1 1 Supt. Toan of the county examin
$ ing board was called away on nc
t count of tho sickness of a sister. Co.
Examiners, Bistline and Hull were
present the entire week.
l The solo by Amy TelTt, a
P. II. S, was sweetly and
The following officers were elected:
Pres. W. E. Kershner.
1st. Vice P. E. B. Walling.
2nd. Vice P. Mrs. Kato Jameson.
Secy. Miss Mamo Slaves.
Ex. Com. 3 years. D. A. Haylor.
Perrysburg was selected as tho
placo for holding tho next annual in
stitute. A piano &olo "Jroonlight on tho
Hudson" was tlelecately- executed by,
Miss Amelia Pfistor on Friday after
noon. Recorder Bowman an ex-teaelier of
Wood county still finds it dillicult to
stay away from tho instituto oven'
when it is held in Perrysburg.
Tho roll of institute visitors was
kept seperato from that of tho teach
ers. This has not beon done in pre
Uov. Argo of Toledo, a schoolmate
of instructors Roark and Simkins at
Lebanon caiuo up to attend institute '
a day and visit with his schoolmates. '
Miss Helen Bowers, another of
Peirysburg's artists upon tho piano,1
.h..,al .... 11ff,.-l(.tivo solo on Thurs
c, , ,,T r XT , ,, iii. ....
I S"I Wonnor of North Baltimore,
Smith of Weston, caino in Thursday
for fj,0 "round up".
Supt, Haylor in buhulf of tho
teauhora and citizens of Perrysburg
gavo tho teachers an invitation to
.,, ,, nv vn-
Miss Holon Lnwrenco, tho
instructor iu Tabor Collogo,
Brtiig n beautiful solo nt tho closo of
tlio lecture on Tuesday oyoninjr.
The vocal solo by Miss Qntco IIol
lenbeek was a charming introduction
to tho lecturo by Dr. Roark.
An exceptionally lino piano duet
was rendered on Friday 'morning by
Miss Carrio Griss and Mr. Elmer
Sec. Wales reported tho following
as township secretaries of O.T . II. C.
for the year '0!5 and '01. Mrs. Frank
father, Portage; II. J. Hughes, Perry
sburg; W. II. Bachmah, Center; C. 13
Stinebatigh, Milton; Win, Gibson
Troy; Win. Lehr, Perrysburg; E. B.
Dancer, Grand Rapids; Win. Wan
sittler, Jackson; R. J. Roper, Lake;
R. S. Gillespie, Washington; Prank
DjWilt, Libarty; L. D. Hill, Plain;
W. V. Rogers, UossfW. E. Beoman
Webster; Frank Daniels, Weston;
K. R. Perry, Henry; E. Brisbin,
Montgomery; C. D. Eaton, Middle
ton; F. II. Conway, Bloom; Kato
ROM.. OF TEACHERS.
Clyde White, Weston.
C. E. Otto, HoytvJUo.
G V, Brim. Litcha.
Nettle Reynolds, Woodvlllo
Gertrude Clancy, Toledo.
J. II. Uethincer, Wutcrvllle.
Clara M. Hall, Toledo.
Grace W. Chapman, Ml'lbury.
W. O. Smith, We&ton. v
P, W. Wem.er, N rth Baltimore.
Dorotu Ilennirg, " '
R. R. Perry, "
Uutb Perry, '
J. J. Stearns. Fostoria.
Chns. A. L'ltshaw, Foslorm,
J. R. Lehman, VVhltehouse.
Blanche Gingrich, Weston.
Clyde D.vyer, Now Rochester.
Susie Strayer, Monclovu.
Mar. Keans, Delaware.
Jessie E. Lous, Bowline; Green
Hettle Schultz. " '
W. H. Bachman, "
J. D, Mensell, " '"
Luella Bougliner, " "
Geo. O, Hopper, " "
Alice Hlnils, . "
Flov B. Bnughner, "
F. R. McL-iuglilin, Jerry Cily.
M. C. Gllmartin, Toledo.
Edith CJmpman, Perrysburg.
Jennie Main. "
Myrtle Hudson, Milton Center.
Ida Dleler, Prairie Depot.
C.EI. DeWltt, Valporniso, Ind.
Leob Hotiillnc, West Milgrove.
Ralph D Wnugh, Tontoguny.
Visitors Hit uot Included.
There Is an old allegorical picture of
a girl scared at a grass-hoper, but. In
act of heedlessly treading on a snake.
This is paralleled by the
end ', m of mon(
snends a laree sum of money building
a cyclone celler.but neglects to provide
I 's family with a bottle of Chamber-
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
I Remedy as a safeguard against bowel
complaints, whose victims outnumber
those of the cyclone a hundred to one.
This remedy Is everywhere recognized
as the most prompt and reliable med
icine in use for those diseases. For
sale by Bowers & Comstock.
Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
stops the cough and heals lungs
This is the fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people have
serious Kidney trouble without knowing the real cause of their illness, as diseased kidneys allow the
impurities to stay in the system and attack the other
organs. This accounts for the many different
symptoms of Kidney Disease.
You begin to feel better at once when taking
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
as it stimulates the heart, increases the circulation
and invigorates the whole system. It strengthens the
urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor.
TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00
i$ont Be Fooled-
Tuke the cciuilnc, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TE
Made only by Mmllnoii Alei)
clno Co,, Muillsgn, Wis. I
keeps you well, Uur trm
murk cut on each fiifkai'
I'rlce, .13 cents, ho u .'
In bulk. Accent no subs.
WoonpsssTiDiiis tute, Ask your ilnilj,.
If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver is out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys
pepsia, make your liver right.
Easy to take, easy to operate.
25c. All druggist!.
Want your inmntaeli or beard a beautiful
brown or rlcli black ? Tbeii uo
p Km ea.,N.iwi n h
?or Comfort and Economy
I have had occasion in n, vnn.
Black-Draught Stock and Poultrv MHI.
cine and am pleased to say that I never
used anything for stock that gave half as
good satisfaction. I heartily recom
mend It to all owners of stock.
J. B. BELSHER, St. Louis. Mo.
Sick stock or poultry should not
eat cheap stock food any moro than
sick persons should expect to be
cored by food. When your stock
and poultry are sick give them med
icine. Don't stuff them with worth
less stock foods. Unload the bowels
and stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will bo curort, if ir. Tin nnaoi.
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock
and .Poultry .Medicine unloads the
bowels and stirs up thejorpid liver.
It cures everv mal.irtv nf afrvlr if
fntrnn In fimn Qnsin. n O? n..l. .
o Black-Draught Stock and Poultry I
times over. Horses work better. Cow3
frlVA mftTA milfc. TTnra nin (IacI
And hens lay more eggs. Itsolvesthe
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and energy as possible out of
ine smuiiust amount or rood con
sumed. Buy a can from your dealer.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
f Or B OUU1IM nnd
50c & 11.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It fails. Trial Bottles free.
U Sold Wherever Stoves are Sold.
N IF YOUR DEALER DOCS NOT
M HAVE THEM, WRITE TO THE 5
I STANDARD OIL COMPANY
H I have had occasion to use yourjf
Black-Draught Stock and Poultrv MHI. fL
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets.
Seven MilUon boxes sold In past 12 months. This Signature,
Very Low Round Tri
To points In
Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesday
In each month up to and including April,
1903. Limited returning ji days from date
of sale. Call on nearest agent C H & D
ior iuii particulars.
D. Q. EDWAR33
PASSENGER TRAFFIC MANAQER
l Cincinnati O,
Cor. SI. Clair and Jackson Ave., TOLEDO, CIII0
(Mention thlo uir CIRCULARS FREE.
Ask Your Grocer
equipment, sundries and
I 11 WTirei,
I SR.' A Ml lnou:
IfePfcEiP sfeE! mW mm
Ghicago Business Irian Cured
Foley & Co., Chicago, Gentlemen: About a year ago my health began
to fail, I lost flesh and never felt well. The doctor thought I had stomach
and liver trouble, but I became convinced that my kidneys were the cause
of my-ill health and commenced taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. It in
creased my appetite and nude me feel stronger, and the annoying symptoms
disappeared. I am now sound and well. J. K.Horn, 1354 DiverseyBIvd,,
Chicago. June 11, 1902. CurC(1 .,.
E. C Watkins, sexton of the Methodist Church, Springfield, Pa., writes:
"My wife has been very bad with kidney trouble and tried several doctors
without benefit. After taking one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE was
much better, and was completely cured after taking four bottles."
Ono Dottle Cured Him
A. H, Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., writes: "I was troubled with kidney
complaint for about two years, but a one-dollar bottle of FOLEY'S K1DNE
CURE effected a permanent cure,"
fea..J-.:'j7...:..,w.t - ... - ?a
T Cure a Cold In
St. Clair Flats
flu tht Magnificent Steamtrl
of tht White Stas lime
Leaving foot of Madfcon Street Daily t
?i.ij A. M. after arrival of morning trains.
Returning, arrive Week Days 8.30 T. .,
Sundays ooor.M. Fare to Detroit. 75c,
unlimitedroundtrip, Si.?1;. Excursions
to Detroit and return. Week Day $1,
Sundays 75c. To Tt. Huron and return,
a delightful two days' trip, only Sa.co,
meals aad Derm extra. t
Special liaiej 10 SoehlUj
ers for Ilullalo, the "Soo." Duluth, etc. ,
For further information ee nearest .
Railroad A pent or write --
C. F. BIEimn, Tr.Mgr. W. H. GOLDEN,OJ.&rA
BITKOIT, UICH. TOLCOO, O.
for Golden Manna.
tii&.idilcfaiV- n W el
in each tovrn to tako orders for our now High Grado
3w Z&&-3 M&dels
"BcltlsQ,' Completo $8.75
es SSoSSackf" Guaranteed Xllsh Orado $1075
" Siberian A Beauty $12.75
et Neudorf11 Road Racer $14.75
no better bicycle at any price.
Any other make or model yon want at ofie'third
xisual price. Choico of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles. Strongest guarantee.
"Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow CO DAYS FREE
TRIAL beforo purchaso is binding1.
500 Second Hand Wheels dA ttk $0
taken In trailo by our Chicago retail stores, UU 10 QO
all makes and tnoduls, eood as now
OR lyfiT PIIV l'IVflo until you liavo writon for our
Kill KU E ulll FinmRY PRinFS awn frff tbisi offfr.
sportlntr troods of all klndn. at half recular price.
uontauwa wunu of useful information. Write font.
- jvJs.. ...gnfcflfAV.rtraWtW
in Two Days.
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' S&TTrirLlt' BOX. 25c.