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THE ?RHrYSBTJRG JtlUlUNAL, PRUXAtf, PfiBfottAU'x 24, 1905.
W PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
ruDLisnnp every fkioay.
EL I. HLUR, - - - Editor
Sound at th rrrjsbure Ponomo
Itcood oltti matlr.
Tnt JoOKHAt U dtca Friday, but the
tpertoea to ures nvtrj Thursday ItrnooD
tit o'clock, In ordor that It may reach Its read
er! Is rarlous locatltlei bj Frlduy mbrnlnf
Long DUtance Tclephuno No. 21.
FRIDAY. - FEHUUAUY'JJ, 11105
On Dollar por year If pnld in advance: On
Dollar and Fitly Cents II Nu r paid in odvanct
Cardi of Thanks, Obltunry Poetry and i:a
flutlons of Respect are published at the ralr
of b seats per line only, 'lhere will bo no deYl
attoa from this rule.
My nnrao will bo presented to Uio
Wood County Republican Convention
of 1005, ns a candidate for tho ofllco
of County Clerk, and 1 will appreciate
tho support and Influence of all Re
publicans of the county.
EDWARD L. DLUE,
Editor Porrysburc Journal.
To Tho Republicans of Wood County:
I liavo decided to bo a candldato for
renomlnation for membership In the
Grateful for the cordial support ac
corded me In tho past, and believing
that my experience in the position and
the acquaintance It has brought me
throughout tho stato will enable me to
servo Wood county efficiently, 1 re
spectfully solicit your further support
in tho approaching canvas.
V. V. RIEOLE.
I want to represent Wood county
hi tho next General Assembly of Ohio
and respectfully ask tho Republicans
of tho County for their consent nnd
support. F. J. BRAND.
I am a candidate for tho nomination
of County Auditor, and respectfully
solicit tho support and influence, ol
the Republicans of Wood county.
FRED W. TOAN,
I am a candidate for tho office of
County Commissioner subject to the
decision of tho Wood county Republi
E. A. UNDERIIILL,
To tho Republicans of Wood county:
I will be a candldato for nomina
tion to the ofilce of county commis
sioner at tho next Wood county Re
publican' convention, and respectfully
solicit tho support of all true Re
publicans. H. B. SAYLER, Rudolph, O.
My namo will bo presented to the
Wood County Republican convention
as a candidate for the olllce of Cunt
Commissioner, subject to the will ol
J. C. F. WANSETTLER,
Tho new Senator from Washington
state is not a millionaire. Ho musi
havo gotten his election when the ar
ticlo was marked down.
The French mint turned out 138 -13G
medals for last year. Vuit until
the Carnegie hero fund couimittei
gets down to work and we'll break
even Franco's lecoid for medals.
"There is a good deal of moonshine,
about gay Paris" says Colonel Wat
terson. Wo nlunjs thought it wiih
absinthe but Cononel Henry Watter
ton ol Ltuibille it qialilid tckuov
The Missouri lsgislature has passed
a bill prohibiting tho docking oi
horses' tails. Tho legislature bus yet
to pass on tho shearing of horses in
winter beforo its humane woik will be
completed. . . ,-. .
Mr. Bryan says tho Republicans
have stolen his thunder but he doubt
less expects the Presidential lighten
ing to striko a prominent member ol
the Democratic party nt the nexi
Bribery nnd lobby evils absorl
the legislatures of Kansas, Illinoh
and California. Is reform more nctivt
in the west, is it more needed there,
or is it because tho country is still
young enough to retain its illusions,
Times have changed sinco the iluyi
of the English novel when a girl win
"cut off with n shilling" for inutryiiif
the coachman , A Pittsburg fatliei
of today angry nt his daughter's mm
riage "cut her off with a paltry .fifteen
thousand n year."
John Sharp Williams is experienc
ing some bad hours on account of tin
recent demonstration of his inuhilitx
to lead his party. Mr. Williams
should remember a inn 11 named Crisp
who was neither very gro'it nor wise
but who knew how to lay low nt the
right time and was finally made
bpeauer ol tho House. Prophecy is
not tho intention of this paragraph,
Seerotnry Tnft says that nil tho
sugar Hint could bo produced, in tlio
Philippines would not raiso tlio piico
of sugar In this country. Maybe not
but tlio present quality can raiso
plenty of talk.
Bopresenlativo Adams who advo
cates tlio whippingpost h unmarried,
a wealthy, good looking bachelor of
fifty mx. With tlio whipping post
cluuso added to his references ho
should experience no difficulty in get
ting a wife.
Taking pari in tho Inaugural
parade will bo Geroniino, tlio Apiioho
chief, Sioux chief Hollowhorn Bear,
Bhickfcet chief Little Plume, Buck
skin Charley of Hie Utes and Geneial
Miles of the' United States Ami-. It
will be "positively tho,, greatest show
Old Geroniino will bo in tho In
augural parade ho thinks to represent
the "noble red man" in his natural
state, but in reality to point tho con
tiast between tho students of Carlisle
University and possibly oxcito Con
gress to make more generous appro
priations or that Institution.
The Resolution providing for a
vote 011 the question or waterworks
in Perrysburg will come up for its
third reading in the council this
( Thursday) evening
hoped will bo passed
aud it is to bo
Iocs not deteimine that water works
shall be established, but merely gives
to the people the right to pass judg
ment upon tho proposition and say
by their ballots what they desiro
therefore the passage of tho resolu
tion takes off the shoulders of the
couneilmen all responsibility and
places it upon the people where it
rightfully belougs. In case tho prop
osition is voted down the members of
the council will havo tho satisfuctiou
of knowing thut tho people had m.ide
their own choice and they (tho Coun
cil) were freo of all responsibility.
Toledo papers aro devoting con
siderable space to the discussion of
Hood prospects nnd some of tho opin
ions published are really annisiug.
11 one case a wiie man declared that
he had examined the ice and river
from tln bay to Defiance aud on ac
couut of the thick ice he concluded
there would be no flood this spring;
another gave it as his opinion that
the ice had lotted so much on Mon
day and Tuesday that there was no
danger ami that Toledo people might
go to sleep and leave all their piop-
erty on the dock aud have no fear, or
words to that effect. Just what sus
teni of reasoning is used in forming
these opinions is something th.it tho
people who have lived alougthe banks
of tho river for the last fifty years
have been unable to learn but Toledo
can probably furnish brains lor all
occasions. The condition of the
river is exactly the same at this point
ns existed hist Spring before the flood
and it is of course possible that no
great damage will result from tho
iinuual breakup, but who is there
who knows positively what a few
days of rain may do? With ice rang
ing from 21 to 3G inches in thickness
and a foot or inoro of suow on top of
tho ice, a heavy rain has a good
chance to make things lively along
the bauksof thousually placid stream
aud tho people who have property
along the banks where high water can
cause diimago will bo very unwise to
take chances on the "no cause for
alarm" stories published by men who
think they can judge what tho Mau
meo will do if it gets water .enough to
The Colonial social by tho Presby
terian C. 13. s was well attended and a
very pleasant entertainment.
From Itus, Mgr. Cln'tl Knqulrer.
1 fan 1 Goodhalr Soan tho brst remedv 1
liave ever uteil for tho relief oitheiicliing
sensations caused by Eczema and Prickly
Heat. It certainly Is a nood soap. Willi
ing you success in introducing it, I remain
nours truly, J. J. muuwclu
Tlio Immense sale ot
during tlie past year speaks volumes as to
Its popularity. All who aro atlllctod with
any hair or skin disease should give it a
trial. At druggists, or by mail on re
ceipt of la cents.
ujconair tcsciy tcnpwy, ncwmi, vug.
gmraaiiiim - msas sv
Tho lid talk Full
If you are thinking of pur
chasing a preparation lor clean
ing the teeth, come in and buy
a package ol .,
It will surely please you.
STRANGE MIDNIGHT CALL.
Ou Saturday evening last between
11 aud 12 ociock, Rev. J. H. Kleek-
amp was awakened from his slumber
by prolonged ringiugofhisdoor bell
Instead of going down to the door he
raised tho vviudow aud inquired what
was desired. A stranger replied that
a man had been seriously injured by
the cars and desired the services of a
priest. Ho was directed to go at once
to the depot. Rev. Kleekamp replied
that he would go as soon as possible
and requested the messenger not to
wait for him. Ho then discovered
there were three men instead of one
as at first supposed.
As soon as possible Rev. Kleekamp
started for the depot, but did not see
anything of tho men wao called him,
nor did ho 'Mid anyone who had beeu
injured and inquiry of the station
ngont and llaiHhal Thornton proved
that no accident had happened. It
then occurred to Rev. Kleekamp that
the call had possibly been made with
tho intention of either sum bagging
him or covering him with a revolver
while the house was being robbed.
U l)on returning home he was ac
cotnnanieu uv tne iUarsiiai aim tno
residence was searched but iiothmj
had beeu disturbed and evidently tho
house hud not been entered,
ADDITIONAL 00 AL.
Mrs R. M. Stone of Toledo, was
visiting relatives at Ro.ichton, Tues
day. Mrs. Mary Munger of Toledo, was
the guest of Walter Poineroy and wife
Mrs. Wilson Sweet nntlM'ss Ethel
were visiting1 relatives 111 Toledo,
Joo Speck of
guest of Henry
Dowling. was the
Wilde and family,
Miss Marguerite Iriioda was the
guest of friends in Toledo the fore part
of the week.
1 eter unnc 01 Aim bury -was in
town Tuesday and gave the Jouhnal
a pleasant call.
- Mrs. J J. F. minder is spending a
few days with her daughter, Mrs
Frank Isch of Moline.
Prof. W. F. lliess of Toledo, was
calling on Lewis Shipman and family
of Itoachton, Wednesday afternoon.
-Mrs. Chas. Sawyer and Mrs. Hasil
Trombla were the guests of their sis
ter, Mrs. Geo Simmons, Wednesday.
Dan Neiderhouse and Mrs. Brook
er were the guests of their sister, Mrs.
Chas. Stadder of Dunbridge, Tuesday.
Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
'Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair food you can buy. For 60
years it has been doing just
what we claim it will do. It
will not disappoint you.
"Mr Imlr liteit to 1)0 very ilmrt. lint filler
imliiK Aurs llulr VU.nr a aliurlllninlt Iiokiih
In prun.iilKl now II it fourteen liu'lies li'titf.
Tlila nom it splendid I mull to mo lit tor liiiliiK
iilnmst wlili'nti tiny Imlr."
UtS. J. il. l'H'lilt, Colorado Springs, Colo,
SI (III n linlllo. J. (I, AVI.lt CO.,
PAH ilriiKi'Uts. -.. Iiwcll Mum.
km I Wock,
You would not in this year ol 1905 use a scythe to cut your grass, or a
cradle to cut your grain, then why insist upon using white lead only to do your
painting, when there has been so many improvements in paint making a modern
paint mill can make a better paint than anyone can by stirring it up in a pail.
The Lowe Bros. "High Standard" Faint
Is considered by all makers to stand at the top ol thtHist for quality and
FOB S-A-ZDIE :B"3T r '
J. ID .A. VIS.
JLTJ' 3 B ES S3
We do not Have any January Clearane Sales, nor
Remnant Sales but we have
Bargain Day EVERY DAY. -
The Name vHASb
Mrs. A. A. ltoherts and son Chas.
were visiting Toledo friends, Wednes
day. Misses Edith and Linda Chapman
were visiting friends in Elyria this
Mrs. John Drury of Toledo was
the guest of her parents in Perrysburg
a few days since.
Mrs. Ned Hunter and daughter
Hope were guests of Mrs. John Yea
The W. O. W. Band will move into
their new headquarteis over Stebel's
eafe on Monday next.
Chas li. Sasby, the efficient Post
master of Weston gave the Jo rnai.
a ple.isant call on Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Darr and children, of
East Toledo, were visiting her mother,
Mrs. Besauson, Wednesday.
John Perrin of Uoachton is recov
ering from a s vere attack of grip and
his friends hope to see him out again
Mrs. Dr. Scnfleld of Wliitehouse,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. C.
Fuller. She is accompanied by hei
daughters Helen and Edna.
E. D. Comstock and wife of How
ling Green, and Mrs. It. U. Conistck
of St Louis, Mo., were the Sunday
guests of Win. Comstock and family.
Dr. L. Chapman and wife at
tenaed the family path ring at the
home of the latter s parents 111 Toledo
on Thursday eve ing last. The event
was the birthday anniversary of Mrs.
It makes no difference how many
medicines have failed to cute you.
if you aro troubled with headache,
constipation, kidney or liver troubles.
Holllster's ItockJ Mountain Tea wll.
inalto you well.
Bowers & Comstock.
On Tuesday evening last a part
of about 00 giusts were delightfully
entertained at the home of Guoige J.
Kazmaier. Music, dancing and cards,
witfe an excellent supper furnished
the amusement for the evening.
Mrs. John Kellermeier died at her
home in Perrjsburg township on Tues
day evening, Feb. 21, 1005, at the age
of 08 years. She was born in Germauv
aud came to this country in 1801, and
has been a resident of this township
since that time. She leaves a family
to mourn her death. Her funeral
services will be conducted at St. Rose
of Lima church on Friday morning,
llev. Fr. Kleekamp celebrating high
mass. Many friends sympathize with
tho family in their bereavement.
- A large party of young friends
were entertained at the home of
George and Frank Munger on Wed
I nesday evening, the occasion being a
1 pleasant celebration of Washington's
birthday. Progressive cards with
music and delightful refreshments
wero the principal fontures of the
evening's enjoyment. In tho pedro
content Phil llnrtzfeldt won tlrst gents
prize and Robert Illllabrand the con
solation. Ladies (list prize was won
by Mario Anion while her sister, Miss
Myra, captured the consolation. In
the Cherry hunt Miss Minnie Hoss
bach was the successful one. A rhyme
content was a pleasing feature of
ainiibeinentaiid resulted in the pro
duction of many original and amusing
rhymes. The dining loom was deco
rated in the national colors and a
little cherry tree and hatchet lu honor
of tho early event that is supposed to
have ta en place lu the life of the
great Washington. A three course
supper was a pleasiug feature of an
otherwise charming social event,
L KOCH 2& GO. Stands lor
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Perfection Wi.ckless Blue Flame Oil Stove
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A cook stove which is oderless and efficient. Guaranteed
to give satisfaction. Ask your dealer for prices, or address
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
The New Century Club met with
Mrs. Addie Cranker on Wednesday
afternoon. Respqnses from Fenelon
were give u by nembers.
Mrs. Laura Roether read u sketch.
Loui- XIV and Prince tie Coude,
which was greatly enjoyed.
Airs. Addie Crauker read a very in
structive sketch, Saint Simon and
Madame do Miduteiinu.
A paper entitled Madame de Sevi
lle, Lauzuii andMademoiselloby Miss
Pargellis was very good.
The next meeting will bo held Mar.
8th, with Mrs. Laura Roether.
Wm. Walker and wife and Mrs,
Lindsay were visiting with Mrs.
rhomas Lehman of Stony I'idge, Sun-
There is no specific for
nsumption. Fresh air, ex
icise, nourishing food and
icolt's Emulsion will come
,)ietty near curing it, if there
s anything to build on. Mil
lions of people throughout the
world are living and in good
Sealth on one lung.
tfj From time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
take it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
and tolerate it for a long
time. There is no oil, not
excepting butter, so easily
digested and absorbed by the
system as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
3 We will send you a
J lie sure that this
picture In the furm of
i libel li on the wrap
per of every bottle of
hmuliion )ou buy,
Scott & Bowne
409 Pearl Street
50c, nd m ll drujjWu
(Continued from First Pajre.1
pleasing occasion. ;
Thin is examination week in tho
township schools utid Prof. Lehr is
A surprise partyarrived at tho homo
of sine WhitsoiiCTtietday There
were twenty guests in the party nnd
they ciiino from Toledo. They wero
Ou Monday evening u p.irty of about
forty fiiends "just dropped in" to
spend the evening with Frank Rider
aud wife and h ive a uood time which
is a "sure thiin;" at Hi 'it's. Music,
gimt'S and i little dancing holpul to
m lUs Hie houiN 11 v quickly until 3:30
a. m. when the guets went home re
gretting tint the night was s-o short.
Ch.is. Zi'igg's home was the scene of
.i o.irty Wednesday evening when only
S'ViMity-llvt guests came in to "sit
i,." with ini-i If and family. They
ut in in evening of enjoyment that
w II long hi renit'iiihuied. he u.su.il
rcfii-.s! in oi.., g. mi's in il music were
Vilur .s ! . iifi'iiif 1 i inent.
U'lil Z inn ei ii an mid wife, Rose
uiniiti'l, Ait Stliill, Adulpf Ertsingi r
i( ,isl Toledo vuti guesth of MibS
Gnu a TniiBcliel hint Sunday.
A card party will be given for tho
bt'iiclil of the L. C. B. A. society at
thi-ir hall on Tliur-daye veiling, Maicli
2. 'miter tin' direction of Mines. G.
M inger, .1. Homier, F. E Boweis ai.d
Misses K. Itlioda and K. Thornton
Admission 10 cents, including supper.
A sleighing partyjif friends from
W'atervillo ai rived at the home of the
Misses Addie and I allie Shipman ou
I'dnei-day eve ing and gave tlio
young ladles a complete suipiise. The
party included Misses Catherine
Nellie and Jennie Huntsman, Julia
lllehl, Mildied McGiuuiu, Jennie Tay
or, My i tie Welch, Jennie Schaller,
Tiesa Doblluger, Messrs. Earl Dodd,
Frank Downs, John Mosoinan, Floyd
Charles, Frank Sohalhir, Bert and
Irviti Lytle Games aud music were
A Washington Birthday Party. '
At the home of John Guilder and I
wife on Feb. 22, 11)05, a birthday party
was held in honor of Miss Irene Shut
tuck, Minnie Bogota and Zella Guilder
it being their blithdays. Many heau
i tiful presents wore received. Tho
guests were pleasantly entertained by
various kinds of games, Miss Esthor
Thompson receiving the 1st prize aud
Anna Eckel the 2nd.
A four course dinner was servi d
witli covers laid foi eleven. The cen
ter piece being primroses and the
place cat ds hatchets.
Tho guests wero: Misses Alma Deg
ner, Hazel Koons, Irene Shattuck,
Uortenso l)a)is, Pearl Stobol, EBtlier
Thompson, Alta Munger, Mabel Kopp,
Mamie Rogers, Anna Eckel and Zella
Guilder; Mines. Park Docker and
Lewis Orabba and Miss Floronco
Decker of Toledo,