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THE PERRYSBUBG JOTUiNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15fc 1&08 .
Physicians tell us that all
the blood in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action bq
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor blood ; Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why
is such a great aid is because
it passes so quickly into
the blood. It is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach ; a double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach ; quicker
and more direct benefits.
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort is the desire of
everyone in poor health.
Scott's Emulsion does just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it.
We ttsend jou a
It: sure tint this
picture in the form of
a hbetis tm tlie wrap-
er of e cry bottle of
hmulsion jou buy.
Scott & Bow.ne
409 PeailSt., N. y.
50 cent, and $t. 00
DEATH OF MRS. D. J. BROWN.
Nannio Sparlis was born near Mon
roeville, Ohio, on tlio 22d of March,
1857, and died at her homo In Ox
ford township, Erlo county, Ohio, on
the 3d of January, 190G. Sho was
united In marriage to D. J. Brown on
tho 28th of February, 1889, In Seward,
Nebraska. Sho mado a profession of
religion in tho days of her young
womanhood, and united with tho
church and was a consistent member
of tho Presbyterian church until her
death. Sho leaves a husband, 'four
children, two sisters and three broth
ers to mourn her loss.
Tho funeral services were held on
Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Chas.
Rowe of Porrysburg township.
The Brotherhood of ltailway
Clerks will give a grand ball and ladies
competitive drill at the Coliseum in
Toledo, on Thursday evening, Jan. 18,
'00. Seyeral ladies drill teams" will
contest for a beautiful $50.00 silk Hag,
and a beautiful gold watch will bo
giyen to the holder of lucky ticket.
Fort Meigs Grove, Woodmen Circle
of Perrysbtirg are myited to take part
in the competitive drill.
At tho annual meeting of the
htockholders of tho Grand Rapids
Banking Co., tho following directors
were eected: J. B. "Wilson, J. It. Jones,
H. P. Shanks, A. F. Mitchell, Eugene
Mead, C. Y. Laskey, Azor Thurston.
Tho directors organized by reelecting
the old officers as follows: J. B. Wil
son, president; Eugene Mead, vlco
president; Azor Thurston, cashier; C.
L Laskey, assistant cashier.
The following are the new tele
phone numbers and changes: Mrs.
Eliza Oblinger, Bed 2 j J. II. Eossbach,
Blue 41 ; Sam. Krauss, res., White 17 ;
E. L. Kingsburg, White 07; Mrs. M.
Khoda, Blue 82; Geo. Letherer, Jr.,
Red 23; R. R. Ilartshom, White 31 ;
J. S. Fuller, Blue 55.
Tho Trombley station on tho O.
C. lines, has been discontinued, owing
to the lack of business. W. G. Avey,
who has worked for the company
twenty years, has been transferred
from there to tho Mortimer station.
DEAFNE88 CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
There is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition ot tho mucous lin
ing of tho Eustachlon tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you havo a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed deaf
ness Is tho result, and unless tho in
flammation can bo taken out and this
tubo restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forovor; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of tho mucous surfaces.
We will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caao of doafnesa (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure. Bond for circulars,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tololo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
(Continued from First Page.)
Bowers, ono year ngq you assumed
tho 1'csponsiblo position of Clork of
this board. Tho interest you have
tnlten in tho wolfnro of our schools
and tho kindness shown tho members
of this Bourd has left nu impression
that timo will not efface, and it is
with prido that we look at your record
and tho condition of your books to
day. In this day of official graft your
record inspires in us confidonco in
man, and I congrnttilato this Board
in securing your services for nnother
Bills ordered paid :
II. 0. Llmmer, Labor and supplies,
Iilmo City Special School District,
Division and Funds, 15S. 12
0. E. Stinebaugh, Telephone and
J. J. Anion, Disbursing $4538.70,
J. J. Anion, Fire shovel, 00c.
C. C. Baird, Jnnitor, Dec.18, '05, 50c
Geo. M. Scheider, Labor and Sup
Adolph Swartz, Labor, 1.25
Geo. Welling, Labor and Supplies,
.1. Davis, Supplies, 8.74
Mr. Schramm reported that a
bridge was necessary over ditch be
tween highway and School yard in
Moved by Harvey and secon'ded by
Haas that tho Clerk advertise for
sealed bids for labor and material for
constructiug bridgo over ditch be
tween highway and School yard in
Dist. 4. Bids to bo opened Friday,
Jan. 20, '0G at 12 o'clock noon.
Bills allowed by Board.
Brown Eager & Hull. Ink, $2.25
Frank Y. Irish, 100 Irishs Orthog
Chas. Koch & Co , Lumber and Ce
C E. Stinebaugh, Express, 1.75
C. C. Baird, Janitor Jan. 1, 50c.
Moved by Harvey and seconded by
Grolle that the Clerk notify E. S
DoVerna, director of District No. 12
that tho Board will furnish tho tilo
for tho ditch running through the
school yard in that district in order
to save trees in school yard. Motion
declared carried. There being no
further business before tho meeting
on motion tho Board adjourned to
meet on January 9, '06 at 1 p. m.
1't try cheap cough medi
cines. Uet the best, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. What a
record it has, sixty years of
cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
" I liavo found that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
! tlio best medicine I can prescribe for bron
chitis, Influenza,, coughs, and hard colds "
M. LODUVAN, M.D., Ithaca. N. V.
25c, 50c, 81 00.
J. O. AVER CO.,
Correct any tendency to constipa
tion with small dosos of Ayor's Pills.
WOOD COUNTY FAIR.
Tho annual meeting of the Wood
County Fair Co., was held last Fri
day and tho following directors elect
ed: A. E. Itoyce, J. G. Hlckox, James
Ordway, J. O. Troup, IL S. Sweet, J.
B. Wilson and Hugh Stewart. '-
A. E. Royco, president; R. S. Sweet,
secretary and J. G. Hlckox, treasurer.
Tho fair thiB year will be held tho
week of Sept. 24-28.
TO AND FROM BOWLING GREEN
By tho following schedule it will bo
seen that passongors should take the
car leaving tho Y on tho oven Lour io
connect with tho car coming from B.
G,, and in aoiNa to B, G. take tho car
leaving tho Y 85 minutes after tho
P'burg Junction P'burg Junction
Y from B G Y to B G
0 00 0 12 0 20 0 47
7 00 7 12 7 85 7 47
8 00 8 12 8 80 8 47
0 00 9 12 0 85 0 47
10 00 10 12 10 35 10 47
11 00 11 12 11 88 11 47
12 00 12 12 12 85 12 47
1 00 1 12 1 85 1 47
2 00 2 12 2 35 2 47
3 00 8 12 3 35 3 47
4 00 4 12 4 85 4 47
5 00 5 12 5 35 5 47
0 00 0 12 0 36 0 47
7 00 7 12 7 36 7 47
8 00 8 12 8 35 8 47
0 00 t0 12 t0 85 ' tO 47
t Saturday nights only,
ot 500 or
ing tho Jim
Our Great January ClearariceSale
Begins Monday, January Fifteenth
This great January Clearance will be Northwestern Ohio's Greatest Bar
gain Event. Thousands of Dollars' worth of high grade merchandise will be
sold at reductions ranging from 10 to 33 1-3 per cent.
Our progressive policy of not carrying over any past season's merchan
dise, makes a clean clearance imperative.
You Can Save Many Times Your Expenses By Attending
This Far-Reaching Sale
Every Department Will Suffer More or Less
From the Determined Price-cutting
Dress. Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Suits, Millinery, Furs, Underwear, Hos
iery, Linens, Blankets, Comfortables, Wash Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Carpets, Curtains, Beds, Art Furniture, Laces, Embroideries, Robes, and
many other lines.
Our Great January White Sale Still in Progress
Sheets and Pillow Cases, TJndermuslins.
Remember we pay freight or express charges on
or over, to any point within a radius' of one hundred
News of Attractions at Valentine
The Valentine Theatre, Toledo, O.,
will offer during the week of January
eighth, two of tho highest class pro
ductions of the season.
On Tuesday night, January Ninth,
Eleanor Robson will present her ta-
I hi;tv.. nun in'mini ill ui fuiaiiru fllUIUi
mous inpersonatlon of Mary Ann in'Voi. 2. at dorp 174. ) and tho same are
tho comedy drama, "Merely Mary
Ann," a dramatization of Isreal Zang
will's story of tho same name. It
was in this part that Miss Robson
captivated America season before last
and achieved such a remarkable rep
utation of her wonderful work that
her managers took her to London.
Hall Calne's strong play, "The
Prodigal Son," will bo enacted at the
Valentine Theatre on Saturday, Jan
uary Thirteenth. This piece is a dra
matization of Mr. Calne's novel of the
same name that enjoyed such a large
sale in book form. Tho company is
headed by Edwin Arden, ono of tho
most polished and forceful actors of
tho day. Tho other members are all
capable and the scenic equipment is
Tlio Missouri Girl Company has
been on the go continuously since
August 11, 1904. The company play
ed in Nova Scotia, Now Brunswick,
Capo Breton and on tho Prlnco Ed
warn island during tho summer
months, sailing from Sidney to Now
York where It re-oponed August 28th,
losing but ono week to make this triPi
Toledo is tho most western point tho
show has visited sinco October 1904,
and after tho engagement at Burts,
January 11, 1., 13, tho company starts
on a long southern trip.
Tho present tour is tho longest the
company has ever attempted and up
to date tho organization has traveled
moro than 39,000 miles.
Chas. H. Yale's "Everlasting Devil's
Auction" which has for twenty-four
years held tho confidonco of the
theatre going public to tho extent of
annually resurrecting the "Standing
Room Only" sign in all cities from tho
Atlantic to tho Pacific Coast, an
nounces that tho present season's pro
duction of this phenomenal show
piece will undoubtedly bo tho best that
has yet been presented. It will appear
at tho Lyceum tho last half of tho
week opening with a Thursday mati
nee, Jan. 11,
A I'llliy Sermon,
Here Is the plthlcst sermon ever
preached: "Our ingress into lifo Is
naked and bare, our progress through
lifo is trouble and care, our egress out
of it wo know not whore; but. doing
well here, wo shall do well thoro. I
could not tell moro by preaching a
Ho that Is ungrateful has no fault
but one. All other crimes may pass for
Virtues in hlai-Younfj.
Summit to St. Clair Street, Toledo, O.
To amend t-'cctlotis 1 and 4 of an ordinance)
entitled "An Uidlnamc tn Provide balurles
and Hondo for Village Officials "
He It ordained by the ( ouncll nt tho in
I'nrimraled Vlllnpfl ! I'crrysbnrtr. State of
Ohio, thn-e-foil rtli ol all the members fleet
ed thereto eoncurrlue, as loi'mvs:
ctlon 1. That election 1 and 4 of nu or
dinate entitled "An OrdllMi co to Provide
alnrle and Bond for Vitiligo 01clal,"
dulv iiossrd bj Fald Council nu December
VM. 1903. and recorded in urilnanee Kecord,
i ucreuy auieuueu ru ua in ruuu 11 iuuuwh
Mil on 1 Hint tliu salary nl tho Mavor
shall be twenn-Ihe dollars SJ5 00i per an
num, payable quarterly out of the Corpora
tion trenstiry. ami in aildiilou the-cto. Ill It
caei. he khall rc-'ivo such fees and costs as
are aiien by law lr slml ar fervlces be
fore Jmtlres of the p ace; and the Bond of
ibe Mawir shall be tit the sum of our tnou
si d dollars with sureties tn the satlbfactlon
nl tho "'ouiicil.
Stctlnn 4 Tht the eatary ol the Marshal,
who shall ix officio be Light Inspector, Khali
be thirty dollars per month, pa.aole month
ly out of i ho Corporation treasury , and said
salary shall bo In full compematlnn for all
such services an Mnr.hal and Light Inspect
or, respectively, and Su addition thereto. In
all cases, the Marshal receive such fees and
uisIh hs are ullowed hy law to onsiablcs fur
similar services before justices of the peace;
a d the Bond ol the Marshall shall bo in
the sum of one thou-and I'ollnrn. with sure
il.s. to be approved us required by law The
pn visions of die IoicuoIipr secilon us tn the
recelvli R of aid fees and costs shall be
taken and held to apply to Deputy Marshals
Mxtloii 2 I hat said original sections 1
and t nf said ordtuanie be and the same
are herein repealed
Section 3 Ihls ordinance shall take eflett
and hu in force at the tarHest poind ai
luwtd by law
Pased Deeember 28th. 1905.
Alte-t: p. M KRANKY. flerk
Approved: D K UOLLKNBECK. Pres ol
Council, Major. 44b
Doc. 45 Caio No U767.
George W. Fearnside.lreas., vs Lepold Franc
In Wood County. Ohio. Court of Common Pleas
By virtue nt an otder of sale tvued in the
above entitled cause, by the Clerk of the Com
mon I'leas Court of Wood County. Ohl.-. and to
me directed and delivered, I will offer for rale at
fiublic vendue, at the front door of the Court
louse, in Bowling lireen, Ohio, on
TUESDAY. JANUARY 23rd, 1006.
Between 10 nnd 11 o'clock A. M.. ol said day. the
followInK d.scnbtd lands and tenements, to-wlt?
Iu-lot 143 In the Village of Millhury, Wood
County, Ohio. Situated on south avenue.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
Appraised at $C0 00.
W. 8 ItEECE, Sheriff
By A. C. BOACH, Deputy.
J. E. Ladd,
Bowling Green, O., December 18th, 1905 42o
!o Porland, Seattle. Tacoma.
Francisco, Los Angeles and all Pacific
wast points via tho Wabash lino dur
ng tho summer. For full particulars
call on or write to P. B. Dombaugh,
P. & T. A., Toledo. Ohio. ,
C. H. & D.
On and alter January 8, 1000, wo
run through cars from
Detroit, Toledo, Lima Dayton,
and intermediate points to
Jacksonville and -t. Augustine
This is the direct line to
Savannah, the Carollnns,
Culm aiid Nassau.
Round Trip Tickets Good All Winter Low Rates
"Write to us or call upon any Agent O.H. & D. for full information.
For Hotel rates, Tourist books, or information about climate, write to
W. B. CALLOWAY, A. Q. P. A, R. H. WALLACE, Q, P. A.,
, u INCIftflATJ, JJHIP. ,.,..--ro.wwwww,
nnteclng you satisfaction.
Linens, White Goods,
all purchases of $5.00
miles from Toledo.
Doc. 45. Caso No. 14753.
George W. Fcarnside, Trcns., vs. Ablilo L. Grove
In Wood Countv, Ohio. ourt ot Common Pleat.
By virtue of an otdcr of sale Issued
lit the above cutlt vd cause, bv the :lerk of the
Common I'leas Court nf Wood Countv. Ohio, and
to me directed and dellvcicd I will olTcr for sle
at public vendue, at the Irout door of tho t.ourl
House lu Bowling Green, Ohio, ou
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1908,
Between 10 and 11 o'clock A M. of said day,
the following describea lauds and tenements
Iu-lot 3-2 la the Village of Mlllbury. Wood
I'erms nl dale: Cash.
Appraised at J60 00.
W 8 UEKf'E, Bberlfl
By A U. ROACH. Deputy
Bowling Green. O., December 18th. 1905 Ua
Toledo, Bowling Green & Southern
Traction Co. Time Card.
South Bound All cars leave Maumee
at 30 minutes after the hour, arriving
at Ft. Meigs 33 minutes after the
-hour, -arriving at Bowling Green 12
North Bound All cant leave Bow
ling Green 12 minutes before the
hour, arrive at Ft. Meigs 20 minutes
tftor the hour, and at Maumee 23
LOW RATE EXCURSION to PORT
Account Lewis and Clark exposition
will be in effect via Wisconsin Central
railway. If you intend to go to fort
land this year ask the ticket agent to
make your ticket read via Wisconsin
Central between Chicago and St. Paul.
Pullman sleepers, free reclining chair
cars and a la Carte meals make the
Journey comfortable and pleasant
Further information cheerfully given
by addressing Ira F. Schwegel, f. A..
407 Traction Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio.
f r V -"W Wi-st
We promptly obtam 8. ami ForriH
r Bend model, sketch or photo ol Invention for '
tree report on pmemawmy. Jror Ires book
Direct connections for
Mobile, New Orleans,
Hot Springs, Biloxi,
nnd all. points in
Texas and Louisiana,
Mexico and California,
OOK AT THE MAP,
It Will ffBlda you In-your trarl bctwewl till
drcat Ltkts and The South ad SouUmm
Tho OHIO CENTRAL LINES It the conoMtlfis
"cio renrt ccwmi.
THE PARLOR CAR. ROUTE
mm Columbus and Toltdo
THE DinccT LINE BETWEEN,
TOLEDO,- ST.'MARYS, COLUMBUS
MARIETTA, ATHENS? MlDDLEPORT
Gallipolis. Charleston, West V
BATES VIA OHIO CENTRAL LINES
ALWM 8 AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Writs u lor Time CirtJi, Folder. Ratw, Re,
Moulton hour, a p. a., Toledo, o
Rocky Mountain Tea NuggeL
A Boar Medietas for Bnij People.
Brlngi Golden Health nnd Renewed Vigor.
A B-vclflo for ConstlniUIon, Indigestion. I
mil Kidney Troubles, Pimples. Ecremi, Iim
lloocl, Baa Breath, Kltifrgish Bonrlx, HeiUu
ind Bnckache. It's Hoclcy Mountain Tea In
t form, 3.1 ccntK a box. Genuine mm"
I jlmsteb Diua Company, Madison, V s
10LDEN NUGMETS FOR SALLOW "cr
and CURK the lungs
60c & $1.00
Barest and Quickest Cure for all
THBOAT and IAJNQ TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
OIL HEAT E K S
3nfo Economic 1
STANDARD OIL COMPAN"
NCINNATU HAMILTON "4 DAY
TON RAILROAD TIME
So. 12, 4 :-J8 it. m. Flag stop. Daily
No. 14, 7:33 a. in. Daily.
No. a, 0 :58 a. m. Flag stop. Daily ex
Au 8, 0:27 p. in. Flag atop. Daily.
SOUTH BOUND ""
No. 1,7:83 a. ui. Daily.
No 5 10:5u a. in.- i;,til.
No. V, 3:b4p.ui.D tiy.
So. 13, 0:34 p. in. Dailjexeept Sunday
iNo. I5iu:i)4 p. in. buuuu) only.
Ellectivu 3 :oo o'clock i. ui., Sunday.
A 11 traiiia at t'oiedo, Ohio a'ruve at
and depart from the leiuuiiul Station,
Clieiii unit aeiieca aUcets.
o. a. Vain .nOKMaN, Agent
I he Toledo & Maumee Valley Ry. 90.
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no I'orrysuurB only. 1
Freight Car loaves Maumee dalljt,
except Sunday for Toledo at 7:18 a.
m. and 1:03 p. m.
Lv. PerryBburg at 7:84 a. m. and
1:35 p. m.
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