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IHE PEREVSBDRQ JOURNAL, PRIDAT, AUGUST 1, 1908.
TOE PERKYSBURG JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAY. E. L. HLUE, Editoil Entered at tho Perrysburg Postomco second cUfci matter. Tub JooimAt, Is dated Friday, but the paper sots to press every Thursday nltornoon at i o'clock, In ordor that H may roach Its read ers In various localities by Krlday morning Long Distance Telephone No. 21. sim mm Unto tho C. H. & D. Ry. for they will Build a Depot. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7. l!IO:i. Subscription Itntes. One Dollar per.ycar If pnld In advance; One Dollar and Fifty Cents If nut paid in ndvniictf. Speclnl Notice. Cards of ThanUs, Obituary 1'octry nnd Kcs olutlons of Itcspcct nro published lit tl.eruto of 5 cents por line only. 'Ihcro will be u devi ation from this rule. Tho iovful nows Iihh reached us Unit the C. Tf. &, D. lty. Co. is stak ing out tho location for n new depot in Perrysburg to bo constructed on the south side of tho trnejc -JO feet from Louisiana avenue. It is to bo u fninio building, slate roof and sur rounded by a brick walk, including ticket ollico, waiting room and bag gage department. This is joyful news and true. Fine Toilet Soaps Armour's Floating Flo tilla, 5c a cake Armour's Sulphur, .10 3 for .25 m IBBBE "Bleeding Kansas" is well stocked with tribulations. Lately she was short of harvest hands and now she is suffering for serveut girls to cook' tho gamored crops. "Mother Jones" calls the procession of sturdy and veteran spinsters who form her contingent "textilo worker" Presumably that implies that they 'carry tho banner" and "work" tho public. Onlv Biieli a man as General One Hundred Miles is fit to rule a Balkan orincinalitv. He's handy at moving a a off in sudden emergencies and has good tough indurated seat not for throne but for a saddle. Millionaire Jas. E. Keeno says that ho is not particularly inconven ienced by tho loss of Sl.SOO.OOO. But ho feels "annoyed." That is not un reasonable. Even editors might bo annoyed by losses like that. "Uttering false notes" was tho charge on which a number of Italians wero arrested as counterfeiters, in N. York last week. Yet ir uttering false notes is a lawful cause forarrest most of the church clioirs in this country had bet ter take to tho tall Umber. Instead of shooting tho girl who jilted him and spoiling her shirt waist a philosophical California youth treat ed her to soda water and then sho capitulated. Frothy effervesence wins in this world where the strenuous explosive fails to sootho discontent. By its crusade of cold-blooded cal culation agaiust oxpensivo funerals tho N. Y. Journal reminds ouo of tho Evansvillo orator who bemoaned the recklessness of Indiana administration in squandering 55,000 a year for plain blue spelling books when thousands of honest men in tho state were actu ally suffering for whiskoy. Sprenff-Bidorlindon Wedding At the Evangelical parsonage, Wed nesday, August fi, at 7 a. in., Harry II. Spreng of Perrysburg and Miss Harriet Biderlinden of Akron, Ohio, wero married, the father of tho groom officiating. Shortly after tho ceremony was over the newly wedded couple in com pany with Rev. 0. Spreng and wife and daughter Adda, took leave for Toledo where the bride and groom boarded the steamer State of Ohio en routo to Cleveland, thence to Akron, Ohio, where thoy have a furnished home and whero Mr. Spreng is in tho employ of the Goodrich Rubber Co. MAKUIKI). ROSLBR SCHWIND-On Wed nesday morning, Aug. 5, 1S03, at 9 o'clock. At the St. Rose of Lima church on Wednesday morning, Rev. Fr. Klee kamp united in marriage, Mr. Frank Rosier of Rossford and Miss Mary Schwind of this place. The bride was beautifully attiied in a suit of white french lawn trimmed with medallions and ribbon and wore a bridal veil. Tho bridesmaid, Miss Anna Schwind, was dressed in white swiss trimmed with ribbon and inserting. The groom and groomsman, Mr. John Rosier, woro the usual black. Immediately after tho ceremony the bridal pair with about 60 relatives partook of a bountiful wedding din ner at the homo of the bride's parents, Fred Schwind and wife. Tho house decorations wero beauti ful tho dining room colors being white and green and the parlor, yel low and green. The happy couple commenced housekeeping at once in Rossford with best wishes for future happiness and success from their many friends. lar, Virgin Violet, Armour's Witch Hazel, Armour's Carbolic " Glycerine " Fine Art, " Castile, Good Hair Soap, Cuticura, Packer's Tar Soap, 10 3 10 3 .25 1 .25! 25 25 25 .25 .10 .10 .10 .10 20c lb. cake 25 .23 23 Bower I wMi Death of S. P. Tolman. On Monday afternoon, Aug. 3, 1903, Sewell P. Tolman, an old and highly respected citizen or our village passe'd away. t ' Ho was born in Keene, N. II., May 20, 1823, and had therefore passed the ago of four score years. In 1819 ho was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Pooro and to them were born two daughters. Mr. Tolman came to Perrysburg in 1870 and engaged in business which he continued with success until ill health compelled him to withdraw from active business pursuits. His wifo and one daughter have proceeded1 him to the unknown world and ho leaves 0110 daughter, Mrs. J. Davis, with many friends, to mourn his departure. His funeral services wero conducted at his late residence on Wednesday by Rev. Diinim and his remains placed at rest in Ft. Meigs cemetery. 60c, l.OO, 1.15, 1.25 and $1.50 each. J. DAVIS. WE HAVE SAND Charged with tho murder of one Paul M. Crooke in 1885, M. L. Halen- beck has served 17 years in tho Iowa stato prison. Now Crooko turns up alive. That ho should not have heard of Halenbeck's trial seems almost in credible. No reparation can possibly ntono for tho sovonteen years of in , famyso unjustly inflicted upon an innocent man. The Republicans have nominated an excellent ticket. There is not a weak candidate iu tho list and tho convention was conducted in such a harmonious and fair manner that it seems impossible that there can be any ill will folt in any quarter against any part of the ticket. Tho Perrys burg delegation stood faithfully by their candidate and ho has every rea son to feel proud of tho loyalty shown him by his homo representatives. xneoaore Itoosevelt, president o tho United States, is distressed at tho thought of getting fat. Ho is, it is said, approaching the 200-pound mark, and ho is of tho opinion that a man of his height cannot weigh 200 pounds without being fat. So it will be seen that he shares the unaccountable prejudice ugainst flesh. "Without being fat" well, suppose ho iB fat. We remem ber, says the Indianapolis News, that the great Cucsar said, "Let me hnvo men about me that are fat," and though the inference is perhaps not wholly complimentary, inasmuch as Caeser held that lean men thought too much, yet his testimonial must stand. Falataff again identified fat with goodness, for ho said, "There live not three good men unhanged in England; and, one of them is fat and grows old." Dryden makes one of Ills characters, say: "I am resolved to grow fat and look young ut forty." It is true that Thomson thinks that poetB should not be fat, for he re marks: "A bard here dwelt more fat than bard beseems," Hut Mr. Roosevelt, as far as tho world knows, hasi no ambitions in the lino of poetry. And Thomson's implica tion ie that any one not u bnrd mny bo as fut as ho pleases. Death of A Pioneer Citizen. Washington G. Avery, one of Wood county's pioneer settlers, died at his home near Union Hill, in Plain town ship, at eleven o'clock Sunday morn ing, after a ten weeks' illness, His dis ease was dropsy. Mr Avery first came to wood county in 1838, when a young man of 19 years, and resided in Plain until the time of his death. He was 8i years old. Sentinel. Price 4.50 per cord on dock or 75c, per ton on dock. Delivery extra. CHAS. L. KOCH & CO. FRESH PORK, SMOKED -HAMS, SHOULDERS, BACON, BOLOGNA. SALT PORK. FRESH GROCERIES. TIie-DUllUe of II el mr Vat. Dr. W. T. S. Culp. On Tuesday evening of the Insti tute, Aug. 11, Dr. Culp will deliver a lecture on "Uncrowned Kings." Dr. Culp is one of tho rising young men of tho platform and his work on lec ture courses and at Chatauquas is giv ing tho very highcst.satisfaction. An admission of 25 cents will bo charged for tho benefit of the quar terly Institute fund. All other lec tures of the week will be free. Supt. Simian's lecture has been changed from Tuesday to Moncay evening. Tho Porrysburg people are cordially invited to attend all tho evening as well as tho day sessions of tho Institute. Horse Thief in Asylum. Word has been received that Heck man Wentworth, alias Lawrence R. Wcntworth, wanted hero for horse stealing is in an insalio asylum in West Virginia, Wentworth was chased all over Ohio, Indiana and Wert Vir ginia by officers, was once shot and has been in jeopardy several times. Ho was at last rounded up in Roanoke county, West Virginia, but retained an attorney who succeeded in con vincing tho court that tho prisoner was iusano, and so Wentworth was incarcerated iu n lunatic asylum. rjUAKTEIirV .HI5F.T1NG SEltVICK Tho fourth Quarterly meeting of this conference year will be held at tho M. E. church next Sunday, Aug. 9. Communion service at 10:15 a. m. conducted by the pastor. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by the presidiug elder, Dr. W. G. Waters. Tho genoral pub lic will bo welcomed to theso services. Tho Quarterly conference will bo held on Monday evening at 7:30. A full attendance is desired as this is the last Quarterly conference of tho year. Try our Coffees and Teas. CALL UP PHONE 10 rocerie; OF THE BEST QUALITY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH EVERY DAY. . m D MM A BRILLIANT SPJiUlACLii. Stolen Horse Recovered. The horso which was stolon from Mell Pisel at Jerry City, July 29, has boon recovored and restored to its owner. Tho animal is believed to have been taken by one Doc Harvey, who has not yet boon found. Tho horso was hitched to a fence on the out skirts of Findlay. Canfleld Family Reunion The descendants of Jarod Caufiold willjioldarounionut Walbridgo park' Toledo, Aug. 13. This family is quito largo and is scattered over sovoral states. S. S. Caufiold, of Now Roch ester, is a member of the family. IIo is the only one of tho Caufields loft in Wood County. Squirrels can only bo lawfully killed between August 1 and 31. This constitutes tho "ojion souson," Change in Time. Tho C. H. and D. R. R. timo card is changed slightly, Trains 13 and 14 now run daily and No 15 leaves Perrysburg at 9:50 instead of 7:15 as formerly. Casino Returns o Vaudeville. r.cfdtiiiing noxl Sunday the policy of the Casino theater will be changed buck 'to vaudeville, the engagement of the Casino Opera company closing on Saturday night. An especially strong vaudeville bill has been arranged for the coming week. The head liners will be Ilnyes and Ilealy, the well known coined Inns, Iu their very funny sketch, 'The Ringmaster and the Itider." Tills team Is onu of the betst'lii the business nnd the diminutive form of Ilealy in bullet skirts, is always a signal for uproarious npplaiwc nnd laughter. Miss Kmllle Ciiirdner, -the well known iirlma donna of the, Casino Opera compnny, has been Induced to remnln one week longer nnd will present a vaudeville sketch, Including a number of excellent musical selections, In which she has made such a lilt la Toledo. The other features of the Casino bill will bo Young and ISrooks in "The Gainsbor ough filrl," Colby and Way, the "Von trlloqiml Comedian" and the "Wax Doll," Murray K. Hill, tho very clever monologue comedian; Herol and Ilerol, the "Hag Painters;" Warren and How ard In a comedy sketch entitled "The (!olf Craze," which has been n head liner la ali of the best vaudeville houses of the country. Volcnno Coliiuu In Mexico I Htnnt anil Violent Eruption. n Con- MrH. Mollio Allon, of South Fork, Ky sayB sho has prevented attacks of cholora morbus by taking Chamber lain's Stomach and Livor Tabids whon sho folt an nttack coming on. Such attacks are usunlly causod by indiges tion and thosoTnhlcts nro just what Is uoodod to ctonnso tho stomach and word off tho approaching attack. At tacks of bilious colic may bo prevented In tho samo way. For salo by Bowors & Comstock. The volcano Colima, of Mexico, is displaying unusual activity. Thereare only short intervals between the erup tions, which have been prncticnlly con tinuous for three days. The volcano presented a brlllinnt aspect the other night. A disturbance of unusual violenc occurred at mid night at Tuxpan, a short distance east. The mountain nlr was so full of ashes that it wnh Impossible to see more than 100 yards away. The wind was blow ing a great olume of ashes west of the mountains. Another serious of eruptions of a inoHt violent character occurred at three o'clock the next day. The wa ters of Lake Xnpotinu give evidence of subterranean disturbances. The eruptions, are unaccompanied by earth quakes. , The Choicest TEAS and Best COFFEES. E. L. KINGSBURY !n'i?'5'Ti?.'?'"S'5'?"S.'!g'S'S'l''i!'i?'S'Ti?''''?,s''' ! Ml ili it) i tf tf 1 tf tf tf tf tf Protjrietors. yj ,(,,j'.,lj'.l'.,ii',if.,,l!'.l,,i,.,.,..,,J,.' T v Ev 4tt y Evs y Jt? r 27 ff r -. B tts vav tiV Bv Bv Ek r k i s r '.r.y II w ffl r f " ifV Ii you want the best, then buy "HOME TRADE" or "BON TON." These brands of Flour are of the very best that is made Manufactured at the REYNOLDS fVHLLS, MAUMEE, The njitcljell filing Go, OHIO. L. 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