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THE PERRYSBttRG JuttiittAL FBlDAl? AtmtfSl? &&, 1909.
puuiiisunn EVfinY rniDAY.
E. L. BLUB,
Editor.
Entered at the l'errjsbure I'ostofflco
second clots mutter.
Tno JouitlUl. Is dated Friday, but the
paper goes to press every Thursday afternoon
m 2 o'clock, In ordor thnt It may roach Its read
ers In various localities by Friday morning.
Long Distanco Telephone No. 21.
FRIDAY.
AUGUST 23, 1903
Subscription Itnto.
One Dollar por year II paid In advance; One
Dollar and Kitty Cents if not paid in ndvanco.
Speclnl Notice.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary I'octry and Itos
olutlons of Respect are published at the rato
of 5 cents per lino only. There will be no devi
ation from this rule.
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REPUBLICAN TICKETS.
STATU TICKET.
I'Yir Oovornoi,
JIYUON T. HEKUICK.
Cuyahoga County.
For Lieutenant Governor,
WAUUEN 0. HAIUMNG,
Marion County.
For Statu Auditor.
WALTER D. GUIMJEITT,
Noble County.
For State Treasurer,
W. S. McKINNON,
Ashtabula County.
For Attorney General
WADE II. ELLIS,
Hamilton County.
For Judge Supremo Court,
AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS,
Clark County.
Member Stnto Board of Public "Worhs,
GEORGE H. W ATKINS,
Pike County.
Stale Senator,
CALVIN P. GODFREY,
Putnam County.
For Common Pleas Judge,
WILLIAM II. DUNCAN,
Hancock County.
COUNTY TICKET.
Representative,
FRANKLIN P. RIEGLE,
Treasurer,
GEORGE W. FEARNSIDE.
Commissioner,
M II. GORRILL.
Inflrmary Director,
S. 13. RINKER.
Coroner,
DR. C. P. JONES.
ukmocicaiic stati: tickkt.
Tlio Democratic State convention
iinislied its labors anil nominated
llio following ticket:
Governor Tom L. Johnson of
Cleveland,
Lieul. Gov. Frank B. Niles of
Toledo.
Attorney Gen. Frank S. Jlonnett
of Columbus.
Treasurer V. ,T. Dahl of Wash
ington C. II.
Auditor Clmrles A. Kloeb, of
AVnpalconctn.
Commissioners of Schools J. II.
Sacrist, or Ottawa.
Board of Public Works W. B.
Jones of Ironton.
Supremo Judge E. J. Dompsey,
of Cincinnati.
John II. Clarke, of Cleveland, was
endorsed for United States senator.
If Sir Thomas should succeed in
"lifting" tho cup and lugging-it back
to England with him, we should not
lament, It is only a cheap English
mado article, costing about $13,39
anyway, and wo don't blaino
tho Bullish people for wanting to got
back tho cheap old thing.
Tho Wood county Savings bank of
B. G., has offered 3.51 per cent, with
a premium or SlOfi for the deposits of
tho Wood county Treasurer. This
is for tho average balance, and the
security oHered is the best in the
woild. Tho Commissioners are en
titled to credit for their decision in
favor of establishing a county depos
itory. Tho old timo sport who thought
Flora Temple's record of 2:19. in
185',) was something that could not bo
beaten, must now acknowledge that
things "nint what they used to bo,"
since Lou Dillon has cut off the 1!)
seconds and mado tho mile in exactly
two minutes, and earning tho title of
Queen of tho turf with tho fastest
record over trotted.
In tho General Passenger Agent of
tho Ann Arbor raihoad that company
certainly has a princo of entertainers
in Col, J. J. Kirby, who never seems
no thoroughly at homo as when sur
rounded by a party of people to
whom ho is imparling information
necessary to enablo them to enjoy
themselves. During tho Buckoyo's
stay at Frankfort ho was constantly
on tho ilert; ever anxious to seo that
tho visitors wore enjoying themselves.
This is his usual method and it is
therefore no wonder that tho peoplo
aro beginning to understand tho
beauties of the Frankfort and Crystal
lako region.
"Will llio day over dawn whon Por
rysburg can boast of having water
works and sowers?
There is certainly plenty of glory
in being a member of tho Presidents'
family. An old negro has just named
his twenty-seventh child in honor of
MissAlico IioosvuH.
Tho Democratic State Convention
wns sliictly a Tom L. Johnson affair,
Mayor Tom ruling tho gathered
statesmen to suit his own good will.
He secured the endorsement of J. IT.
Clarko of Cloveland for United States
Senator, and gave Zimmerman and
his followers tho coldest kind of a
reception. There promises to be
something doing this fall in Ohio
politics and Mayor Tom will find
himself well "done" when tho yotes
aro counted.
STItlCT ltUI.US I'Oll TKACIIKltS.
Now comes Kansas, and in a
dozen counties tho order has been
promulgated that school teachers
may not bo permitted to entertain
men callers. Tho average school
teacher is bright, cherry, intelligent
and good looking. If you don't be
lieve it, go to a school teachers' con
vention, and you'll feel like a bur
dock in a rose garden. It is natural
for young men to seek beauty and
brains as it is, for Hies to gather
about honey. It is not only natural,
but it is right. Courting doesn't hurt.
Lovo doesn't unfit a woman for busi
ness. It isn't a sign of frivolity. So
ciety is mighty selfish at limes. It
claims to bo broad and hberaly ad
vanced, but is narrow and selfish. It
will not even mind its own business.
It takes a bit of a woman, and be
cause her teeth are white and her
cheeks red and there are smiles on
her lips and more in her e3'es, shakes
its head nnd says: "Something wrong.
That woman is too good-looking. If
she teaches our children she must tell
us her secrets, let us dictate her home
as well as her public life, and she
must stop looking so happy. Doesn't
she understand that this is a serious
world for women?" At least, that is
tho Kansas idea, and the Ohio idea
isn't much better. In the schools, as
iu other business walks, we should
ask for good morals, good wealth and
intellectual fitness. We should insist
that a teacher be in sympathy with
her work. That is all and an inch be
yond that is an insult. The moral
rights of school ma'ams aro no less
than thosoof women who do not teach.
Tho above appeared in tho Sentinel
and is one of tho best things that has
appeared in that paper in many days.
Thero seems to bo an opinion among
many peoplo that because a woman is
a teacher she has no right to enjoy
tho world or the life that is given her.
She is criticised and condemmed by
hundreds of women who consider
themselves the leaders of morality
and tho rule and guide for others to
follow. Wo can see no reason why a
young lady, (or an old one for that
matter) who is engaged in that noble,
thought norve-destroying avocation
of teaching, should bo governed by a
different set of rules than tho young
lady who is allowed to sit in tho
parlor waiting for somo man to come
along and take her to his homo. A
successful teacher generally has
brains enough to becomo a successful
wife.
Reunion of 21st 0. V. V. I.
Tho annual reunion of tho 21st 0.
V. V. I. will bo held at B. G. on
Thursday and Friday, Sept. 17 and
18. Ohio Central & C. II. D. Bail
Boads will give a ono faro rato from
all points within a radius of fiO miles
of Bowling Green.
Shugar Bros. & Co.
In another column appears tho adv.
of Shugar Bros. & Co. of Maumee.
John Shugar and J. E. McCutclien are
the principal members of the linn who
aro actively engaged in tho store.
The linn has been engaged in business
for tho past llvo years and aro well
known as honorable business people.
Their stores fronting on Wayno and
Conant streets in tho bank building
aro well filled with goods which thev
guarantee. ,"AnyuuiLr to wear" for
men, women and children. Seo tlioir
ad.
TO COKI! A COIjO IN ONE DAY.
Tuko Lnxntiyo Bromo Qulnlno Tab
lets. All druggists rotund tho money If
It fulls to euro. E. W. Urovea'slgimturo
Is on each box, 25o.
Ui I'mui.
"So you want to becomo my son-in-law,
do you?" queried tho stern parent.
"Yes, sir," replied tho modest youth.
"That Is, If you can afford It." Chi
cago Dally Nows.
Tliere Aro Mirny Much,
"Pa, what do thoy moan by
tho
nowcr or tno ramlly7' "
"A blooming nulsanco, usually !"
Puclc.
life lid
PIPES.
Bip TOBPGOS.
Yale Mixture, io and 15c
Latakia, - - 30c
Golden Scepter, - 15c
Maryland Club, - 10c
A fine new line of fine
curved stem pipes and
match safes.
mm
That will stand ordinary as
well as hard usage;
That will not sag in Summer's
heat nor break in the cold
of Winter;
That is made of the best ma
terial for fencing purposes;
That has stays that will not
slip, nor can they be moved
out of place;
That will conform to the most
uneven ground, and can be
erected over hills and
through valleys as well as
on level ground;
That it is low in price.
The "PITTSBURG PER
FECT" FENCE.
The only "ELECTRICALLY WELD
ED" Steel Wire Fence.
J. J. AMON, Agent.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL.
George Itossbach and George
Hunger spent Sunday at "Waterville.
Howard Comstock spent Tuesday
with It. W. Comstock and wife at
Maumee.
Mrs. Scott Crockett is visiting
friends in the country for a few days
recreation.
Mrs. Shumaker of Fostoria, i3 tho
guest at the home of Rev. J. II. Klee
kamp this week.
For Rent. Six room house, En
quire of G. W. Hoffmann. 25tf
Frank Crawford of Covington,
Ind , was a recent guest of C. It.
Comstock and wife.
Mrs. John Towers and children of
Carroll, Iowa, are guests of C. A.
Powers and family this week.
-Fred Pomeroy, wife and daughter
of Ashtabula stopped at the home of
ii. -Mngg and family Wednesday en
route to Chicago.
James Harmon, wife and two
children of Columbiana county, aro
guests of D. Hatcher and family for
the coming week.
Mrs Sarah Pray, Mrs. Lucy Moore,
Miss Caroline Pray, and IJudd Burnett
and wife of Whitohouse were guests of
Win. Adamson and family on Sunday.
Isaac Swartz of Limo City and
Carno Miller of Stony Bitlgo; Wil
son Weiclor of Tontogany niul Edith
Adams of 13. G. were granted licenses
to marry.
Will Charles is now employed as
stenographer and book-keeper for
C. L. Koch & Co . vice Miss Cranker
who resigned to go west for her
health.
Tho grand organ of St. Hose of
Lima church has been cleaned, tuned
and repaired by Wm. J. Jacquomain
Qf Dotroit, who is an export in his
profession.
Miss Theresa McCown of Toledo,
Misses Adelaide and Marguerite, and
Master Lowell Ashby of Cincinnati
wero guests of Wm. 1'ord and family
on 'Thursday.
Charles E. Colo of Toledo, has
opened tho Illllabrand barber shop on
Front street and will bo pleased to seo
tho former patrons of the shop,
guaranteeing to giyo satisfaction in ,
all work.
Jonathan Dulmmmol, Thomas
Frushorand wife, Jas. Byrnes and
wife, Georgo Dulmnimcl and wife,
Mines. Ghas, Frushor and Albert
ICilKinninr frnnlr In Urn nvniirntnn In llin
J Soldiers' Homo laBt Wednesday.
km 1 G
m Fence Question.
CLOTHES ZFJUSTS, 3 ZDOZ. FOB 5c,
BUTTER Xi-A-IDLIES, IOc EAOH,
zeolxjIzlstg- zfihsts, ioc ELOTfa:.
POTATO IMI-A-SIHIIEIES, 5c DSAOa:.
EGO- WHIPS, 5c EACH.
CLOTHES WRINGERS, $1.25.
$1.75.-$2.75.
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'WE HAVE
PriHP 4-KO riov
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-4NS
on aocK. jjeivery exiira.
CHAS. L. KOCH
FRESH PORE.
SMOKED HAMS,
SHOULDERS,
BACON,
BOLOGNA.
SALT PORK.
FRESH GROCERIES.
Try our
Coffees and Teas.
CALL UP PHONE 10
I M HOFF
Mrs. S. Browne of Pemberville, is
visiting her niece, Mrs. E. A. Under
bill. Mrs. Tucker of Paulding county,
is visiting her parents, Ben Schaller
and wife.
For. Sale. Good cider apples.
20a Mits. M. J. Wkllstead.
Indications are that a new oil
field will be opened np in the vicinity
of Sugar Bidgo. Tho Ohio oil com
pany has found a good well m what
was at first supposed to be a dry hole,
and leasers aro now making a great
hustle.
Mrs. E. C. Lee entertained guests
in her customary charming manner,
on Wednesday evening in honor of
Miss Carrie Wiers. of Cleveland. Tho
out-of-town guests wero Mesdames.
Ed. Whitker, D. A. Haylor, and F.
ThurstinofB. G.; G. A. Bassett and
Frank Frey of Toledo.
A raro sight that was witnessed
by a number of, friends, was tho
night-blooming Cereus, on Wednes
day ovening. Tho plant is ono ot a
collection at tho homo of C. A. Pow
ers, nnd tho blossom was ono ot raro
beauty. It commeuced to open at
6 o'clock and by midnight had closed
its petals.
" I have used Ayer's Hair Vicor
for over thirty years. It has kept
my scalp free from dandruff and
has prevented my hair from turn
ing gray." Mrs. F. A. Soule,
Billings, Mont.
There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor it is a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
Butgraduallytheold color
comes back, all the rich,
dark color it used to Jiave.
The hair stops falling, too.
$1.00 a bottle. All draulils.
If your dntRirtst cannot supply yon,
Bond us ono dollar nnd wo will express
you a liottlo. Do euro and elvo tlio natno
of your noarost oxnreBS ottlco. AddrcBa,
J. O. AY1!H CO., Lowoll, Mass,
MI
giwawaan 1 1 i in iiinniwiiniiuw
Gray Hair
Tmturr ii mi mini minium mm iihiiiiiiiihimI
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GROCERIES
FRUITS AND
FRESH EVERY DAY.
TLe Choicest TEAS and Best COFFEES.
E. L. KINGSBURY
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or
These brands of Flour are of the very best
that is made Manufactured at the
REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUMEE, OHIO.
Tl2eliitcljelllliliig0o,
V V
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It
IIV 1-r ---r4
F0LEYSH0MYTM
for children tafct curat No opiates
Buy a
Smooth
White
Skin
For Your Face!
It probably needs rcnowlnc, for It Is rough, re3,
freckled, blotchcdoriiiiaplcd. until It linslwcoiuo
rcpulslvo Instead of nttraetUo. llenltliy skin U
always beautiful. Tho sun and wind, luiiiuro
soaps and cosmetic lnjuro tho skin.
Viola Cream
cloansos, nourishes ondrestores tho skin, mnklns
It soft, wlilto nnd beautiful. It Is not a coiimetlo
does not cover up, but removes blemishes. It
Is lmrmloss nnd always does Just what wo claim
for It. Tho only propurntlon that will positively
removo Freckles, llluckhciulK, Tan, Sunburn and
IMmples. Hundreds of testimonials from promt,
neat ladles. Price 50 cents a jar at druggists.
a. C. BITTNnR CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.
CLEVELAND & BUFFALO
TRANSIT COMPANY
CONNECTINQ
CLEVELAND
and BUFFALO
"WHILE YOU SLEEP"
UNPARALLELED NIGHT SERVICE. NEW STEAMERS
"CITY OF BUFFALO"
AND
"CITY OF ERIE"
'Both together belngr, without doubt, In all respects
the finest and fastest that are run In the Interest
of the traveling public In the Dulted States.
TIME CARD
AILY INCLUDING SUNDAY
LEAVE AUniVE
Cleveland 8 P.M.
Buffalo B "
Buffalo 6:30 A.M.
Cleveland 6:30 "
CEHTHAL SJTANDARD TIUI
ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES EACH STEAMER
Connections made at Buffalo with trains for all
Eastern and Canadian points, at Cleveland
(or Toledo, Detroit and all points
West and Southwest,
fiPHCIAI, I.OW RATBS CI.KVKXAND TO
BUPl'AI.O AND NIAOAUA I'AI.1,8 HVERY
BATUUDAY NIGHT, AI.SO UUl'1'AI.O TO
CI.ltVSI.AND.
Asfc Ticket Agents for tickets via C. & B. I,lne.
Send four cents for illuttrated pamphlet.
W. F. HERMAN, General Passenger Agent
CLEVELAND, O.
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or?.l H,0,11"J.1.';? Cuu-Corn3- Thrush. Spavins,
bora?, etc. ICMIlfrroivncw hools. It's ns Rood
Tor you, as for the horse. Far superior as a fam
ily remedf to nny liniment ever ottered for salo.
wutlTu?.Cdcffi"0D' SCat "7ClpreM Prcpalt1'
VIer Hoof oil Co., 22 Kendall St., Cftlcaflo.
An Excellent Remedy for Foot Rot
J-OOK AT THE MAPI
It will guide you In your travels between thd
Oreat Lakes ond The South and Southeast.
Tho OHIO CENTRAL LINES Is tho connectlna
Link.
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TOLEDO, ST. MARYS, COLUMBUS,
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RATES VIA OHIO CENTRAL LINES
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