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THE PEBRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26 , 1906.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
E. L. BLUE,
Entered At tho Porrysuurs Postoltlco
ns second-class matter.
THE JOUHNAIj la dated Friday, but
tho paper roes to prosn every Thurs
day Afternoon at 2 o'clock. In order that
It may reach Its readers In various
localities by Friday morning.
Long Distance Telephone No. 21.
Ono dollar per year if paid In advance.
Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents if NOT
paid In advance.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry
and Resolutions of Itospect are publish
ed at tho rato of C cents per lino only.
There will bo no deviation from this
It they nrc going to dismiss Mid
shipman Meriwether for hazing, it
looks like a waste of time and money
for tho other court martial to havo
A brilliant Philadelphia contempor
ary suggests that tho death penalty
"ought to ho cither abolished or en
forced." Now if 'it! Is not enforced,
why waste tlmo in abolishing it?
Dr. Wiley Is trying to persuade tho
Secretary of Agriculture to publish
tho names of all firms that adulterate
whiskey. And this too while the
nandis committee is trying to cut
down tho national printing bill.
Forger Seton ought to have
fined himself to selling genulno
way certificates. -Thero aro lots of
gentlemen in New York making just
ns much out of the business and not
risking tho penitentiary eithor.
Representative Burton says th.it
tho river and harbor appropriation
committee should bo ."both discrimi
nating and economical." The com
plaint most localities mako is that
they are more economical than dis
criminating. Tho purchasing agent of tho Pana
ma Canal denies that ho has let a
$20,000,000 contract for Russian ce
ment. Tho Senate committee says it
does not believe the Commission ever
let a $20,000,000 contract for any
thing but salaries.
It now looks as though tho salary
bill, which tho people of Ohio demand
and should have, may como from the
Bopresentativo of Wood county. Thus
far Mr. Eeed's bill seems about the
most proper bill yet proposed. We
believe the people of the State desire
to have their officials well paid and a
bill giving just and reasonable salaries
to all should be passed, -and another
important matter will be to have the
Cost bills codified so that all officers
shall charge tho same fees for tho
same work performed. The charge
frequently made that all county
officers will oppose a salary bill is a
statement that is' untrue, as wo know
of one, at least, who wants a reason
able and proper salary, and wants to
know that ho will get it and not be
accused of being a robber.
January 20, 1900
Trustees and clerk present.
Henry Hufford and others present
ed a petition for the establishment of
a township road along tho line be
tween river tracts 70 and 71 from
Avenue road to Eiver road. Princi
pal petitioner ordered to give bond in
tho sum of $100.
Following bills were allowed:
Trustees of Boss township, expense
on Oregon ditch, $15.
C O Baird, Janitor, 2.05.
J J Amon, Ry ticket for pauper, 85c
JII& W II Bheinfrank, profes
sional services, 14.00.
George W Pflster, fumigating house,
Wm Witzler, lights for January 8
and 10, 4.00.
Munger Bros., meat for paupers,
F E Bowers, service and expense,
C F Kider, coal for poor, 8.05,
O lngalsbe, groceries for poor, 1 1.38.
R. P. Barton gave notice to trustees
that ho was about to bury Fred Eng
lish. ASKS FOR DIVORCE.
Surah Loo. has filed a petition for
divorce from John A. loe. They woro
married in 1874 and havo seven chil
dren Hylne. She claims that Mr. Loo
was brutally unkind to her and that
ho has been wilfully nhsent for mqro
than three years.
Tho twouty-sisth annual farmers'
institute will bo hold iu tho assembly
room nt tho court houso, Friday and
Saturday, January 20 and 27 is tho
niniouucomont that is given on tho
programmes which are now being dis
tributed. A good programme has been ar
ranged and some oxcellent nddrcsses
aro promised. C. R. Wnguer, of Ar
lington, aud Carey W. Montgomery,
of Newark, aro tho principal speakers
nnd others on tho programmo for
addresses aro Mrs. G. E. Ilousokcop
er, A. E. Royce, Chas. LeGalloy,
Commissioner J. II. Hampshiro aud
Z. B. Ninis. The Portage choir will
furnish tho music and several select
readings and recitations aro promised.
Music... Portage Choir.
Devotional-Rev. A. .1. Fish, Bowl
Address... President LeGalley.
" "Live Stock Essential to
Successful Agricultnre"...C. R. Wag
nor, Arlington, O.
Discussioii...Ert. Loomis, Scotch
Recitation ...Laura Witherow.
Music... Portage Ohoir.
Address, "Leaks on the Farms"...
Carry W. Montgomery, Newark, O.
Discussion...F. M. Cook, Bowling
Recitation ...Laura Witherow.
.muiress, j. omuy in ii.iiiu jjiic ...
C. R. Wagner.
"Stone Roads"....!. II. Hampshire.
Select Reading... Mrs. M. M. Seiple,
FKIDAY rVEXIXO ,
Address, "Tho Home ; Its Influences
and Surroundings"... C. R. Wagner,
Address, "What Do We Owe to Our
Community?"...Carry W. Montgom
ery, Newark, O.
Music. ..Christian Church Quartet.
Devotional...Rev. E. E. Rogers,
Discussion...Mrs. G. E. Housekeeper
Music. Christian Church Quartet.
Recitation. ..Bernice Saylor.
Address, "Tho Rural School ; Prob
lems in Organization, etc."...C, R.
Discussion... W. H.Hannah, Tontog-'
Music.Christian Church Quartet
Music.Christian Church Quartet
Report of Committee and Election
Address, "Methods of Making Run
down Land Productive". ..C. W. Mont
gomery. Discussion...Z. B. Nims, Bowling
Recitation...Miss Gladys Shuler.
Address, "Seed Corn"... A. E. Royce,
General Discussion. t
Recitation. ..Miss Jessie Mercer.
Address, "The Boy, Tho Girl and
The Farm". ,C. R. Wagner.
Music.Christian Church Quartet
CARD OF THANKS,
Wo desire to return our thanks to
our neighbors and friends for their
many acts of kindness and sympathy
extended us during the recent illness
and death of our mother.
Mits. Baiuiara IIeilman.
At a recent meeting, we, tho
hers of the Perrysburg W. C.
passed resolutions to the
that wo give our patronage
transaction of any business to those
who nave given their hearty coopera
tion in signing the petition favoring
our bill to give women tho right to
vote at local option elections, also
that wo use our influence in persuad
ing others to patronize them.
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
"My mother has been a sufferer for
many years from rheumatism," says
W. H. Howard of HusDand, Pennsyl
vania. "At times she was unablo to
move at all, whllo at all times walk
ing was painful. I presented hor with
a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and after a few applications sho de
cided it was tho most wonderful pain
reliover sho had over tried", In fact,
sho is never without it now and is at
all times able to walk. An occasional
application of Pain Balm Icoepa away
tho pain that she was formerly troub
led with." For oale by Wra. Corn
stock & Son, druggists.
(Continued from First Pago.)
bridgo was tho guest of Geo. Do
Verna and wito Sunday.
M. M. Fowler of Bradnor was hero
on business, Thursday.
Miss Dora nnd Leonard DoVorna
woro visitors of Joo Ricknrd and wifo
of Dowliug, Sunday.
Dwight DoVeina is recoyoriug
after suffering for weoks with Scarlet
Misses Edna and Zelma Britten of
Perrysburg wore visitors of Chas.
Frusher and wifo over Sunday.
Mrs. B. Shaller of Roachton spout
tho First of tho week witli B. F. Spilkor
John Goodman was in B. G
business, Thursday. .
. Stony Ridge, Jau. 21, '00
Isaac Finch, wifo and sou, Arn61d,
and Miss Alma Greiuer of Toledo
were Sunday visitors of J. D. Greiner
W. H. Price of Woodvillo was tho
guest of his son, Dr. W. H. Price and
wifo of this placo the latter part of
last week. .
Melvin Greiner and wife of Toledo
spent Friday with J. D. Greiner aud
Fred Emch and wife of Woodvillo
were Sunday guests of Dr. W. H.
Price and wife.
Mobart, Jan. 24, '00
John Swartz visited Chas. Puso
and family, Sunday.
P. J. Wise and family were guests
of John Bostdorf and family Sunday.
Charley Royer of East Toledo
spent Saturday and Sunday at tho
homo of his grandparents, D. Mc
Quillian and wife.
Mrs. Fred Snyder aud daughters,
Mina and Bertha, spent Sunday after
noon with Mrs Fred Biniker.
Chas. Swartz and wife visited John
Smith and family, Sunday.
The infant son of Elbert Mandell
and wifo who has been ill, has re
John Swartz and daughter, Addie,
were Sunday guests of Mrs. George
Miller and daughter, Carrie.
Misses Emily Strudwick aud Ruba
Chandler ware guests of tho Misses
Alma and Florenco Cable, Sunday.
Mrs. Win. Chandler and daughters,
Pearl and Bertha, visited Godfrey
Nietzand family Sunday afternoon.
Elyria Lusher was tho guest of Ed
ward Bench, Sunday.
Alfred Swartz and wife entertained
tho following guests Sunday evening:
Fred Schaller and wife, Ed. Wese-
man and family, and Elmer Swartz
F. H. Venia of East Toledo and
John Bench of this placo transacted
business with tho Commissioners at
B. G. Saturday.
The weather surpasses all previous
winters in this locality. The farmers
were able to plow eyery week in De
cember ana January; tne uees were
flying; wheat and grass are green; tho
lilac bushes aro budding; and tho
farmers fear that tho winter will bo
followed by unfavorable weather in
Bates, Jan. 2i, '00
Herman Kinderyater and wifo
spent Sunday afternoon at Henry
Mmes. Geo. Hahn and Henry Lim-
mer were visiting relatives in Toledo
ono day last week.
Miss Pearl Cornwell was a guest of
Miss Essie Cox of Eait Toledo oyer
Chas. Schaller and wifo Bpent Sun
day evening with Herman Kinder
vater and family.
Miss Mabello Brossia Sundayed
with Miss Gertrude Kindervater,
Wm. Reitz, Misses Stdio Brossia,
Cora Ellerman and Nora Limmer
spent a pleasant Sunday afternoon
at Wm. Brossia's homo.
Mrs. Henry Hahn was a Sunday
caller on Fred Artz and wifo.
Miss Mabello Brossia called
Miss Pearl Kindervater, Monday.
Miss Nottie Black has returned to
her homo in Indiana after a week's
visit with Chas. Schaller and wife.
Frod B, Kindervater is on tho sick
A most pleasant eyening was
passed at Honry Limmor's homo 'last
Saturday. The company consisted of
a fow friends and a crowd of East
Toledo young people. Dancing was
tho feature of tho evening and they
had no troublo in keeping in motion
until time for tho second car for tho
city in tho morning.
II, II. Davenport of Monclova was
in town, Thursday. '
These winter days when there is not much to do except the chores is a good
time to paint your Carriages.
By using 75c worth ol "Lowe Bros. Carriage Paints," your neighbors
will think you have bought a new "Turn Out."
You can improve the appearance of your furniture, such as chairs, tables,
cupboards, etc., by the use of a little Household Paint or Varnish Stain. If
will not cost much and you can do it just as well as to sit around killing time.
Try it and see what you can do.
STORM SASH AND STORM DOORS
TO REDUCE YOUR FUEL BILL
We can lurftish the material promptly.
DEATH OF MR. WATSON
On Thursday morning at 0:30
o'clock, James Franklin Watson died
after an illness of five weoks with
dropsy of tho heart.
Deceased was born in Portage, 0.,
March 22, 1870, and on May 31, 1900
was married to Mrs. May Freeman of
Maumee. They came to Perrysburg
about three years ago.
Thero aro left to mourn his loss, a
father, mother, wife, three step son?,
four brothore and two sisters.
The time for the funeral has not
been set but will be in charge of the
I. O. O. F. lodge.
Tho family haye the sympathy of
many friends in their loss.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
"In my opinion Chambcrlaln'd
Cough Remedy is tho nest mado for
colds," says Mrs. Cora Walker of
Portervlllo California. Thero Is no
douht about Its being tho best. No
other will euro a cold so quickly. No
other is so sure a preventive of pneu
monia. No other is so pleasant nn,d
safe to take. There aro good reasons
why it should be preforred to any other.
The fact is that few people are satis
fled with any other after having onco
used this remedy. For salo by Wm.
Comstock & Son, druggists.
House In Slam.
In Caspar Whitney's book "Jungle
Trails and Junclo Peonies" ho savs:
"Tho Siamese builds his house of oms '
story and on stilts for several reasons.
Tho first, no doubt, Is to avoid 'the un
pardonable sin of living in a lower
story while an upper one is occupied
by other human beings, especially wo
men, who In Slam are not regarded as
of much importance. The second, and
I should say tho most practical, if not
the most aesthetic, reason is to havo
a waste gate easy of access for the con
tinually flowing saliva from betel nut
chewing and household refuse, which
may thus ho easily disposed of through
the crevices of the openly constructed
Napoleon's mother was as much of a
soldier as her great son. On ono oc
casion, when ho wanted his own way,
she gave him to understand that tho
first duty of a soldier was obedience,
and that If ho wished to bo a soldier ho
must, first of nil things, learn to obey.
He had, to tho end of his life, the high
est regard for his mother. At his court
sho was styled "JIme. Mere." Speak
ing of tho Influenco of tho mother on
tho character of the child, ho said, "Tho
future destiny of tho child Is always
the work of tho mother."
DEAFNESS- CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as thoy cannot
roach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
Thero Is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of tho mucous lin
ing of tho Kustachion tube. When
this tubo is inflamed you have 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; nlno
cases out of ton aro caused by catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed con
dition of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caso of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure. Send for circulars,
' F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tololo, O,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tak'o ' Hall's' Family Pills' for constipation.
L. KOCH & CO.
FIRST PRIZE BUCKWHEAT
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS
FOLGERS SELECT HAMS
BACON, LINK SAUSAGE
Headquarters for Chinawaro, Decorated Lamps, Toilet Sets, etc.
Highest price for butter, eggs and country produce
' WJVLCOMSTOCK& C0.PhSn ,
THF Jk W W C!
(remaps you liKe your rjray hair; then keep it. Perhaps not ;
then rememhpr Hnll'o Wolf E0r,n, i... . fit .-
gray hair. Stops falling hair,
News of Attractions at Valentine
One of the daintiest offerings of the
season, "Tho Gingerbread Man", will
bo given at the Valentine theatre, To
ledo, Ohio, on Monday, January 20th.
Tills production is from the pen of the
late Frederick lianken, with the
mnsic uy A. Baldwin Sloan. Wherever
it has appeartd the music has created
Tuesday and Wednesday, January,
I Thirtieth and Thirty first, what prom-
ises to be one of the sensations of
The Clansman", will bo
enacted at the Valentine theatre.
This melodrama Is founded on tho two
novels, "The Leopard Spots" and " 1 he
Clansman" by Thomas Dixon, the
Preacher-author. It has created a
whirlwind of discussion and excite
ment in tho south. In New York it
was accepted by the critics as ''The
south's answer to 'Uncle Tom's
Cabin' ". Its theme, of course, con
cerns tho attitude of tho southerners
toward tho negro question and tho
scenes take placo immediately after
the Civil War and picture the opera
tions of the Ku Kliyc Jvlan in tho de
fense of the white race. There is much
eagerness expressed in the south to
learn what the attitude of tho north
will be toward this drama. Toledo
will be one of the first nothern cities
in which it will bo offered
xno valentine tneatre will oner, 011
Thursday, .Friday and Saturday, Feb
ruary First, Second nnd Third, a pro
duction which, both in elaborateness
aud character, takes rank along with
Ben Hur, Wright Lorimer in "Tho
Shepherd King." This drama is
founded directly upon tho story of
David as related in tho Bible and
there are no scones or incidents iu tho
play not justified by tho picture drawn
in tho Bible. The climaxes, it Is said,
are thrilling to a great degree and aro
mado doubly so by tho magnificence
of the scenery provided.
COM TOUTS JK TJIAVBL
The Ohio Central Lines oporato ele
gant modern Parlor Cars with first
class Cafo service, and modern day
coaches with every convenience in
through trains to Columbus, O., Ath
ens. O.. Middlonort, O.. GallinoliB. O.
atd Charleston, West Va. Through
tram sorvico witnout onango or cars
Trayel on tho Ohio Central.
W. F. Powoli aud wifo entertained
friends from Toledo on Wednesday
evening, among them being Profs.
Fmoyor.and' Hefkott, who delivered
several piano and yiolin selections,
The Second Quarterly Institute of
tho Wood County Teachers' Associa
tion will be hold in tho high school
building at Howling Green on Sat
urday February 10.
ruiticvsituicn okain maiikkt
Tho following tirlji'B hio paid by Churchill &
Co,, (or grain dcllrceU ui Mil Perrysburg eleva
ur: Market corrected oyery week by C. L. Jladilv.
Lanl per 100 lbs
I'alves (dnased) 7',K9c
ilalvcs Uvej S ui 60
rorn uivei ji.oo to SI 60
Pork Idresxea) , 00 to 10 00
Chickens, per ib., tllve uprlngi '. gc
L'nlckena, idrcuedi , ioc
Olilckens. (old live) 7c
Chickens, (old dressed) .". 9q
Turkey drewed, per lb 13 to ice
rurkeyn (IIto. " ' U to 13c
Ducks idies.cd) 10 to llo
Ouckmllvo) 3 to 100
Apples, per bu .'.".., i 00
uc j 'JO to 220
."lour per bbl, as per quality is.M tn ? m
- - 'i. 70
m m m
Less fuel is consumed. '
The fire gives more heat.
The luel will last longer.
The heat is more even.
The ashes are lighter, BbwlnB ia
The coal is burned better.
The gas bill is reduced.
J. J. AMON.
Never falls. Buy It now. It may save life.