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VOL. LI ED, L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBDRG, WOOD 00., 0 FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903.
$1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO. 21
U. II. A: It. It.lt.'l'lmo cnril.
Trains pasa PorryBburg
No 12..4-.4TU. m. No. 1....0:40 nm
" 14.. 7:28 " " 5 10:48 "
" v 2.10:00 " ' 0....4:05 p.tn
" 0.. 1:58p.m. "13. ...7:30"
' 8.. 8:04 "
All trains dally oxoopt Noa. 1 ana 2.
Nog. 13 and 14 ilully except Sunday.
ttroot Oar from O. II. A: II. Depot at
AtOlnclnnntl tlio Uaymlllor Electric Street
Depot, ninnlnc "P Sixth street to nil parts ol
thoclty. Tho Kiwt End Klectrlostartslrom the
Filth itroetonlriuico, running up Fourth street
to all pnrtsof thoclty, includliiB the extreme
Kast Enil, pnssliiB Uio l'cniin. Station. The
Third and Fourth strcotllorsoCar Mne leaves
tho Filth streotontrnnco pastine the Central
The Toledo & Maumeo Vallev Rv. 0o
1 ar 5 32
5 08 6 60
5 56 6 21
0 62 7 20
7 48 T 48
8 44 8 16
0 40 9 12
10 3G 9 10
U 32 10 08
P. M. 11 01
12 '28 11 Si
1 24 42 00
2 20 P. M.
3 1G 12 6G
4 12 121
6 08 1 52
G 04 2 48
7 00 3 10
7 5G 3 41
8 52 4 20
9 48 4 40
10 11 5 o;
Korli West Eaut
A.M. A. M. A. M.
5 64 Mi 30 fi 21
G 21 5 BG 0 52
G 49 0 52 7 2C
7 45 7 48 8 10
8 13 8 41 8 41
8 II 9 40 9 12
0 37 10 30 10 08
10 05 11 32 10 SG
10 33 P. II. 11 01
11 29 12 28 12 00
11 67 1 21 P. M.
P. M. 2 20 12 28
12 25 3 1G 12 5G
1 21 4 12 1 82
1 49 8 08 2 20
2 17 G 04 2 48
3 13 7 00 3 41
3 41 7 60 4 12
4 0 8 52 4 40
1 61 9 48 5 22
5 05 10 44 B 3G
5 ?3 11 40 0 04
G 01 0 S2
0 87 7 28
7 53 8 24
8 49 9 20
9 45 10 10
10 41 ........ 11 12
Making1 Uni't'orm System of Ac
counting: School Funds.
Dallv Kxccnt Sunday.
rclRht Car leaves Maumeo dally except
1 To Pcrrysburg only
Freight Car leaves
Bunilny tor Toledo at 7:13 a. m.aud 1:17 p. m
I. v. Pcrrysburg nt 7:31 n,
Lv. Toledo nt 8:5G n. in,
in. and l;3S p. m.
i ml 3:30 p.m.
The Toledo, Bowling Green & Premont
Cars lcavo Perrysburg for Bow. Green
am am am am
6.14 0.10 7.00 8.02
8 58 9.54 10.50 11.40
p m p m p m p m
12.42 1.38 2.34 3.30
4.20 5.22 G.18 7.14
8.10 0 00 10.02 10.58
Tho now uniform method of. ac
counting in tlio school districts of tho
county is being adopted in Wood
county, and Inspector Archer of Col
umbus, has been explaining tho work
ing of tho new system to tho commis
sioners. Ho will probably visit each clerk
and treasurer in tho county and sup
ply him with books, balance his
old accounts and start him on tho
new system. Tho dow tax at present
is tho only other fund in tho county
which is accounted for by tho uniform
ity method throughout the state.
A case camo to light that for per
sistent and unmerciful torturo has per
haps never been equaled. Joe Golo-
blck, of Colusa, Cal.,- writes: "For 15
years I endured insufferable pain from
Rheumatism and nothing relieved me
though I tried everything known. I
camo across Electric Bitters and It's
the greatest medicine on earth for that
trouble. A few bottles of it completely
relieved andcured me." Just as good
for liver and kidney troubles and gen
eral debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Bowers & Comstock,
WOOD COUNTY TEACH
ERS ASSOCIATION, ,
Annual Session to be held in
Perrysburg", August 10-1'4.
Ill Ml! OF MONIiV
Found in an Oats- Field at
Doc. 12. Coso No. 13S35.
The Cilia Bmkin
CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000,
JACOB DAVIS, Pres.
J AS. O. TROUP, Vice Pres.
Nouman L. HANSON, Cash, and
John Periun. David Main.
Jacoii Davis, Norman L.Hanson'
W. C. Periun, D. K. Holleniieck
C. P. Chapman P. A. Wetmore,
J. G. Hoffman.
Francis E. Munn ns Treasurer vs Frederick II.
Miller, ct al.
In Wood County, Ohio, Court ol Common Pleas.
By virtue ol an order ol Fain Issued In the
nboyo entitled cause, by Uio Clerk ol the Com
mon Pleas Court of Wood County, Ohio, and to
me directed and delivered, I will ofTer lor sale nt
public vendue, on the premises
TUESDAY. AUGUST 18th 1003.
Between 10 and 11 o'clock A. M., ol said day,
the following described lands anil tenements,
ln-lot Number 777 In the Incorporated Village
of Perrysburg, Wood County. Ohio. Situated
on Water street, between Walnut and Cherry
street, on river front.
Terms r Sale: Cash.
Appraised at 330.00.
W. S. REF.CE, Shcrlfr.
lly A. O. KOACII, Deputy.
E. O. McCleixand,
Plaintiffs Attorneys. 19o
Doc. -11. Case No. 13721.
Tho programme for tho Teachers
Institute to bo hold in tho High
School Auditorium Perrysburg, Aug.
10 to 14. promises to bo a very inter
esting session. Tho instructors arc
said to bo very ablo men and of a
very, high rank in their profession.
The peoplo of Perrysburg will do
everything possiblo to mako tho
Mr. James Hayes, an old soldier,
who has lived in Pcrrysburg nearly
all his life, has consented to conduct
tho teachers after the sessions to tho
battle fields of Meigs, Miami and
Fallen Timber, and will give their
histories in detail. Negotiations arc
in progress for tlio uso of row boats,
sail boats and launches.
Monday. August 10th.
9:30 Opening Exercises.
10:00 Introductory Address,
Supt. J. D. Simkins.
10:45 Introductory Address,
Prof. RurioN. Roark.
1:20 General Psychology Conscious
ness, . Prof. Roatk.
3:20 Special Method Arithmetic.
-Participles and In
Francis E. Munn as Treasurer vs. Simeon Lees,
In Wood County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas.
Receives deposits, loans money, sells foreign
( and domestic cxclinnge, buys and sells droits,
v bonds coin, notes, mortgages and pays interest
on time, deposits.
Dr. A. H. BABC00K
Successor to Dr. E. D. Wlnficld,
Frederick C.v Averill,
818 Spltzor IIluldliiKi
F. Eugene Rheinfrank
r.1l-r;!2 Tho Spllznr,
Phone Main 7509. TOLEDO. 0.
EERBySBURfJ AND BOWLING GREEN.
OIBcq Hoffmann Building.
Office Phono 682. Residence, 77
D. K, H0LLENBE0K,
' PKIUWSBUItQ, OHIO.
OXNERAL COLLECTOR AND REAL E3
Titles lnvcitlgntcd and abstract iurnUhad on
application, Kotaty In Olllco. .
- - NOTARY PUBLI0.
Ily Tlrluroofanorder of sale Issued In the
above entitled caunc by the Clerk of tho Com
mon Pleas Court of Wood Countv, Ohio, and to
me directed and delivered, I will oiler lor sale at
public vendue, on tlio premises
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18tll, 1003,
Between 10 and 11 o'clock A. M , of said day,
the following described lands nud tenements
The North part of out-lot Number 19S ' in the
Incorporated Village of Pcrrysburg, Wood
County, Ohio. Situated on Locust street, be
tween Locust street and Commercial street, ex
tending to river.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
Appraised at S20.00. .
W. S. UEECE, Sheriff,
Ily A. C. IIOAUII, Deputy.
E. G. McCi.F.ixANn,
I'lnluilfTs Attorneys. Wo
Doc. 42. Case No. 13002.
Tuesday, August 11th.
Report ot Wood County's Road-
Itiff Circle, W. V. Wales, Sec'jj.
Election ot County Se6retary,0. T.R.C.
9:30 Lakes ot North America,
10:05 General Psychology At tention,
10:50 Powers or our President,
1:20 Special Method Arithmetic,
2:20 Across North America Drain
age, Prof. Simkins.
3:20 General Psychology Habit.
Lecture, (evening) Supt. J. D. Simkins.
Subject: "The Class of 1903."
Does money grow in oats fields or
do the fanners sow money in order to
reap u rich harvest is the question
that interests Tontoguriy fanners.
A story comes from Tontogitny
which tho Tribune says is true, to tho
effect that J. S. Parks, who lives
three miles west of that place, was
cutting oats on Monday morning
vhen the binder came, smash, up
against a big tin bucket. Mr. Parks
descended from tho drivers seat to
tluow the obstaclo out of tho way
when ho stopped, rubbed his eyes,
looked again and then very tenderly
lifted tho bucket from under the
binder and poured its contents out on
the ground. What hnd attracted his
eyes were the fragments of whnt was
once a largo sum of money. The
shreads of paper which bore 10 and
20 in Uncle Sam's artistic design upon
them were burned and riddled as
though they had been rammed into
a shot gun and fired through a thick
plank. They wore twisted together
and made n goodly pile when separat
ed. In the pail was also found a largo
bunch of promissory notes and some
multilated pension blanks held dowii
by several badly battered pieces of
iron. Singulary chough Sheriff Recce
was in that vicinity that morning look
ing for a trace of the Tontogany safe
blowers. He was notified of Mr. Park's
peculiar find and went at once to tho
scene. Not one of tho gold certifi
cates of ten dollar bills was so that it
could be redeemed, tho fragments de
fying any attempt at put them into
one whole bill. It is believed to have
been left in the field by the men who
wrecked the Tontogany postollice.
By the Toledo Urban and
ter Urban Ry. Co.
To be Erected on Main Street
by D. K. Hollenbeck.
Francis E. Munn as Treasurer vs.- Arabella Ave
Ill Wood County .Ohio, Court of Common Pleas.
Ily virtue of an order of ealo Issued In tho
above entitled cause, by the Clerk of tho Com
mon Pleas Court of Wood County, Ohio, and to
me directed and delivered, I will offer for taloat
public vendue, on tho premises
TUESDAY, AUGUST IStll, 1003.
lletwccn 10 ami 11 o'clock A. M of said day, tlio
following described lands and tenements, lo-wu:
11... V..t l.nlf nt I. ..In. ..... nl.no TTiT I), tllO 1,,.
1 ,1U 4. 1. PI JIM I. U. 111'.,!,. ,,,1IIV, M
corporated VUlngo of Pcrrysburg, Wood Countv,
Ohio. Hltuateuon viator street
in tho hi'
Wednesday, August 12th.
8:30 Opening Exorcises.
9:00 Powers of the Supremo Court,
9:50 Acquiring, Relating, Expressing
10:50 Rivers of North America,
1 00 Music.
1 20 Norvo' Poisons, Prof. Roark.
2 20 Geography and Settlement,
3 20 Training tho Senses and Judg
ment. Prof. Roark.
Reception In the evening.
Francis H. Ensign, or Madison, Ohio,
corresponding secretary for tho W. C.
T. U., will give a ler.ture on "Alcohol
Unmasked," sorao time- during tho day.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
ihlne that ever was made is Dr. King's
Now Life Pills. These pills change
weakness into strength, llstlessness
into energy, brain-fag Into mental
power. They're wonderful in building
up tho health. Oonly 25c per box. Sold
Bowers & Comstock.
nut nrid Louisiana avenue.
lermsof Sale: Cash.
Appraised at S1D.00. , , ,
W.8. KEECK, Sheriff.
Ily A. C. ROACH, Deputy.
E. G. McClXIXANII,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. Wo
Doe. 42. Cnso No. 18001.
Manufacturer of "Auditor," "JaoU
Pot," uud other brands of fine oigars.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
Watolies. Olooks, Jewelry, SpeotaoloB &o.
Half block from Summit St.
813 MONROE ST., TOLEDO. O.
BnecUl caro will bo taken with tlio repair of
JsltUU 01 WftlCUCS, U10CM auu. jcwiiry,
Munn as Treasurer
In Wood County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas,
Ily vlrtuo of an order of sale, issued In tho
above entitled cause, by tho Clerk of tho Com
mon Pleas Court of Wood County, Ohio, and to
mo directed and delivered, I will offer lor salo
at public vendue, on tho promises,
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1003,
Between 10 nnd 11 o'clock A.M., of said day,
tho following described lands and tenements,
In-Iot number 78:1 In tho Incorporated, ylllugg
of Pcrrysburg. Wood County, Ohio. Situated
on Water Btrcet, between Pino street, and Mm
Terms of Hale; Cash .
Appraised at Slli.OO, . .. , ,,
W. 8. UEECE, Sheriff.
Ily A. C. lloach, Deputy.
I!. O. Mc0i.ki.uno,
Plaintiff's Attorneys, 10o
Btons tUe cough and Heals lungs
BAM WER S ALVE
Thursday, August 13ih,
8 30 Opening Exorcises.
9 00 Education Defined ns Process
and as Product, Prof. Roark.
9 60 How wo Hear, Supt. Simkins.'
10 60 Method of tho Recitation,
1 00 Music.
Appointment of Commlttoos.
20 "Mud," Supt. Simkins,
220 Imagination and-o!iiri3toi',
3 20 Tlio Dandelion.
Lecture In tho evening,
Prof. Rurlc N. Roark.
Subjoot "Tho Man and the Woman."
(Continued on Eighth Pago.)
Cincinnati, July 28. A poetic in
citlent in tho life of Marco Polo, the
great yeuetian traveller and adven
turer, serves as the framo work of a
gorgeous Spectacle, which will trans
fer tho historic canal at Cincinnati in
to a semblance of tho famed lagoons
on the Adriatic, during tho Fall Fes
tival next September. The scene will
bo laid on tho celebrated Piazetta of
St. Mark's, where the white doves
feed at will from tho hand of tho pas
ser by, and the most gorgeous pan
orama in Christendom will bo repro
duced with absolute fidelity of detail.
There will be the basilica of St.
Mark's, Hashing like a jewelled dia
dem, tho slender campinile, tho won
derful palace of tho Doges' tho Bridge
of Sighs, and the Rialto Bridge; in
short, all tho environment of stately
Italian life during tho middle ages,
will bo faithfully represented. The
Square of St. Mark's is a wonder
place in tho world. Over tho church
door, is the group of brouzo horses,
that once irraced tho triumphal arch
of Trajan, Roman Emperor, and des
olator of Jerusalem. On tall columns
tho Lion of St. Mark, emblem of the
Republic of Venice, and a statue" of
St. Theodore tho Martyr, keop watch
over tho remains of former glory.
Curiously wrought sockets, hold tlio
crimson and gold standards of tho
Republic, whilo tho flags of conquer
ed lands decorated tho Piazetta. On
this gorgeous scene the representatives
of tho great nations, will assemble to
assist Venico in honoring tho greatest
The council met in regular session
on Thursday night and was attended
by all members with the Mayor and
The application of the Toledo Ur
ban and Inter Urban railway com
pany for franchise was withdrawn by
communication from said company.
Councilmen Meeker nnd Main, ns
special committee, reported that
they had conferred with the county
Commissioners relative to maintain
ing bridge over Grassy creek, nnd
that tho Commissioners claimed they
had no legal right to do such work.
The committee was granted further
time for investigation.
The committee on Buildings and
Grouuds was authorized to remove
fence from Way residence property.
Mr. Hollenbeck read a resolution
nertainincr to tho withdrawal of the
application of the Toledo Urban and
Inter Urban railway company which
resolution was an agreement to tho
rates of fare as designated in their draft
of the franchise, and moved the adop
tion of the resolution, which was sec
onded by Mr. Davis and received the
following vote: Ayes, Davis, Hollen
beck, Main. Muir, -1. Nays, Hahn
and Meeker 2. Carried.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee
of two be annointed by the Mayor to
confer with the Toledo Urban and
Inter Urban railway company to as
certain if any arrangements can bo
made whereby tho village can grant
them a franchise. Ayes, Davis, Hol
lenbeck, Main, Meeker, Muir 5 Hahn
not voting. The Mayor appointed
Messrs. Dayis and Main.
By an unanimous vote it was de
cided that Judicial committee should
advise Council what action js neces
sary to take in referenco to improve
ment of Front street.
It is unanimously agreed that com
mittee on streets establish sidewalk
grade and location on both sides of
Indiana avenue from Louisiana
avenuo to Hickory street.
As previously intimated by tho
JourtNAL, Pcrrysburg is to havo a
fine new brick block erected on tho
main business street this season.
D. K. Hollenbeck has awarded to
S. P. Stewart & Son tho contract for
tho erection of a brick block 27xGG
feet which will occupy tho entire
space between tho bank and Centen
nial block, to bo two stories high
with vitrified brick nnd plato glass
front and n modern business block m
This will bo an improvement not
only ornamental to tho village but
creditable to the enterprizo and pub
lic spirit of Mr. Hollenbeck.
T Willi; II, DISSIGN
Races in 16 Foot Class
at Put-in Bay.
The yacht Voletta tho Toledo boat
designed and built by BcrnioTrudeau
of Perrysburg added now glory to her
name in tho I. L. Y. A. regatta at Put
in Bay last week.
She won every prize in her Class
against seven Sandusky boats tak
ing two championship flags, 820 in
cash and a &10 sterling silver prizo
cup, put up by Sandusky people.
If Trudeau feels just a trifle proud
these days, no one can blame him.
Nkw ltnmuK oVF.it imau.mhk kivek.
Tho Toledo plant of the American
Bridgo company has received
orders for the construction of tho new
electric railway bridgo at Maumeo
and Perrysburg. Tho work is for tho
Toledo Urban and Interiuban Rail
Tho new bridgo will bo 1,400 feet
long spans of 1G0 feet each and a
plate girder npproach. Tho bridge
will bb made and erected before
On Monday evening an adjourned
session of Council was hold to con
sider bid of Toledo, Columbus,
Springfield and Cincinnati railway
company for a franchise through Per
rysburg streets. All Members with
Mayor and Clerk were present.
Tho bid was presented but as there
was an error in the designated route,
tho council moved that bid bo refered
back to railway company for correc
tion and time extended for receiving
bids until next meeting.
This has long been regarded as one
of tho most dangerous and fatal dis
eases to which Infants are subject. It
can bo cured, however, when properly
treated. All that is necessary Is to
give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
directed with each bottle and a cure
Is certain. For sale by Bowers & Comstock.
PERRYSBtmS BASE BALI.
tho moat honllna salvo In tho world.
Bowers & Comctock Will Buy It Back.
You assumo no risk when you buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
ninrrhea Remedy. Bowers & Com
stock will refund your money if you
aro not satisfied aftor using It. It Is
everywhere admitted to bo tho most
successful remedy in uso for bowol
complaints and tho only ono that novor
falls. It is pleasant, safo and roliablo.
Purchase Folding Chairs
the Town Hall.
of her famous sons, Marco Polo.
Flower wreathed gondolas will bear
the guests to tho feast, through u
myriad of floating lights. A superb
ballot forms parts of tho Spectacle,
which has been mounted with artistic
fidolity, absolutely without thought
of cost, by celebrated theatrical man
agers, under the direct supervision of
the artist, who designed tho Spectaclo.
In addition to this magnilicont pro
duction there will bo tho Industrial Ex
position, limes' nnd Sousa's Bands
and high class entertainments in "Tho
Park." Thero will also bo n gorgeous
A number of days ago tho Perrys
burg Stars challenged tho young
Heralds of Toledo for a game of base
ball on our grounds, Saturday, July
25. Thoy camo and a very interesting
tramo soon bejran, which resulted in
a score of 29 to ! in fuvorof the Stars.
The Stars have much causo to feel
very good, having won every game
played by them which is four so far
this season. Tho Stars contemplate
challenging tho Earl juniors of Toledo
which is saiil to hayo the champion
ship of Northwestern Ohio tinber 11
years of age. Tho Stars hope
to add tho fifth victory to
thoir present record and thus retain
tho 100 percent which is now thoir
average. If victorious in tho coming
game tho Stars win retire lrom any
further ball playing for this season,
but will most likely resume their play
ing noxt season. When tho fool ball
season arrives tho Stars will begin
playing with almost tho same playeri
and tho same name. Tlio following
aro tho list of tho playors: Joseph
Thompson, catcher; Howard Coin
stock, pitcher and captain; William
Heckler, First Baseman; Rudolph
Wittnum, 2nd baseman; Tip-up En
glish, 3rd basomon; Frank Ries, short
stop; Bert Ilonnor, loft Field; Georgo
Dibling, center fielder; and Fred
Rossbacli, right fielder.
Trustees meeting July 25. John
Loesch, Win. F. Brossio, Martin Ault
with P. Wetzel, clerk were present. .
Tho Trustees decided to reseat tho
town hall, and havo contracted for
300 folding, portable chairs for tho
sum of i120, payable in two instal
ments, one-half on Sept. 1, '04 and
the balance March 1, '05, tho chairs
to bo sloped and set up freo of
Tho following claims were ordered
Albert Reilzel, balance duo on Jt.
C. C. Baird, services nt tawn hall, 2.25
W. Witzler, lights for W. O. W. 2.00
C, Sattler, cutting weeds, Hennahan
estate, S9.50, services, S4.50. 14.00
J. Anion, balanco extra at town hall,
E. R. Trombla, burying child etc.,
Chas. Finch, rep, chimnoy for Mrs.
Tho clerk was instructed to chargo
against Hnnnahim estato Sec. 11,
Twp. 4, U. S. R., S9.50 for cutting
weeds. Also to make application to
Infirmary for tlio burial of a child.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after mo con
tinuously," writes P. A. Gulledgo, Vor
bona, Ala. "I had a terrlblo caso of
Piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bttcklen's Arnica Salvo cured
mo. Equally good for Burns and all
aches and pains. Only' 25 cents at
Bowers & Comstock's drug store.