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THE PERRYSBTJRG JOTJKXfAL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1903.
TOE PEEYSBIM JOURNAL,
PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAV,
E. L. BLUB, - -
Entered at tho I'errjaburB Postoffloo t
second class matter.
Tns JOURNAL Is dated Friday, but the
paper eoea to press every Thursday afternoon
at t o'clock, In order that It may reach Its read
ers In various localities by Friday morning.
Lonp; Distance Telephones No. 21.
SEPTEMBER 4, 1003
One Dollar per year If paid In advance; One
Dollar and Fifty Cents If mot paid In advance
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and Kos
clutlons of Kospcct are published at the rato
of 6 cents por lino only. There will bo no dovl
atlon from this rule
MYRON T. HEURICK.
For Lieutenant Governor,
WARREN G. HARDING,
For State Auditor.
WALTER D. GUILDERT,
For State Treasurer,
W. S. McKINNON,
For Attorney General,
WADE H. ELLIS,
For Judge Supremo Court,
AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS,
Member State Board of Public Works,
GEORGE H. WATKINS,
CALVIN P. GODFREY,
For Common Pleas Judge,
WILLIAM H. DUNCAN,
FRANKLIN P. RIEGLE,
GEORGE W. FEARNSIDE.
M R. GORRILL.
S. B. RINKER.
DR. C. P. JONES.
Perrysburg wants tho Toledo Ur
ban and Interurban so bad now that
she now is willing to take it on tho
terms of the Mnumeo franchise and
pay a handsomo bonus besides. But
it is uouutlul a thoy can convince
the railroad that thoy will gain any
thing by going out of their way.
Tho above paragraph was publish
ed in tho Maumeo Herald and evi
dently emanated from tho peg on
which tho editor wears his hat. It
is neither truthful nor brilliant and is
probably published for tho purpose of
directing the attention of Mnumeo
peoplo to Perrysburg wheio the rail
road is not and never will be allowed
tho privilege of making canals of
tho village streets.
It is entirely proper that Prof.
Langley should mako his aerodrome
experiments in fly-time.
Tho country may enjoy n feeling of
security n littlo longer. Congress
will not nssejnblo in October.
The horso that can trot a mile in 2
minutes has at last arrived, but it
needed tho advent of tho automobile
to spur tho equine tribe to that per
formance. Postmaster General Payne's con
tinued poor health makes it evident
that ho will remain hi tho Cabinet
only until tho current investigation is
Dowio is sending missionaries to
Utah, nnd tho Mormons aro sending
their recruiting preachora into
Dowio's camp. Tho world profits
through tho fermentation of theories.
Tho report that tho Postmaster
General has issued an order making
ull trains mail trams, by swearing in
tho baggage-masters as mail clerics is
nu error. AH that has beon done is
to mako tho baggagemen mail clerks
on those trains which now carry
mails, so that thoy can distributo
nowspapors at stations without their
having to go to tho postoflico.
General .Fred Grant has added his
quoto to tho influence being oxerted
to re-establish tho army canteen.
Contrary to a general impression, tho
anti-canteen law does not prevent of
ficers from enjoying tho uso of liquor
at their clubs. It merely prevents
tho men from buying beer and light
wines at tho canteen, in other words
sends thorn to outside dons whero
drunkonness, harlotry and robbery
Tho SufTrngo Lenguo of Boslon, a
negro orgnnizntion, has adopted res
olutions condemning Cooker T.
Washington, nnd requesting that
President Roosevelt ilisponso with
his services as tho political spokes
man ol the coloreil race. It seems
that tho principal objections to
Washington is because ho has ad
vised tho colored peoplo to mako
something of themselves as colored
people. Ho is ono living examplo of
tho possibility of educating a negro
without spoiling the negro, and is
therefore so far in advance of his
race that they aro unable to appreci
ate tho wisdom of what ho preaches
Toledo is to havo another paper
which will be known as tho Toledo
Press nnd will bo issued weekly by
T. E. Duinm, a former Upper San
dusky newspaper man.
The paper will bo patterned after
tho Saturday Evening Post in many
ways. There will be stories and car
toons and several pages of editorials.
Tho papor will bo Democratic in poli
tics and in timo it is planned that it
will become a daily. It will not at
tempt to handle local news for tho
present at least, being more of a
Secretary Wilson may succeed in
establishing the silk producing in
dustry. If ho does the sceptre of
fashion will bo
snatched from Paris
styles are already
Poor old Toledo must now sell her
monkeys and snakes and things be
cause tho park fund ia busted nnd tho
city can't afford to keep the animals.
Miss Jennie Brownleo is the guest
of Miss Robertson.
C. C. Hum was , in Milbury this
week on business.
J. Conklin of Roachton yisited
relatives in Weston, Sunday.
Mrs. AVm. Clark was the guest of
Toledo relatives the first of the week.
II. Uthoff was visiting relatives in
Cleveland the first of the week.
Gus L. Ranker is visiting relatives
in the country a few clays this week.
Miss Joy Clark of Toledo, will bo
tne guest or miss Mario Sargent on
Mrs. G. J. Evans lias returned
from a visit with her parents in
L. 13. Lucas and wife of Toledo,
spent Sunday with C. A. Lucas and
Miss Bettie Thornton entertained
Ar. II. Newbury and wife a few days
D. Van Hellen enter
J. Ogden of Toledo,
Charles Veitch, wife and daughter
of Toledo, were guests of Peter AVitz
ler and wife on Sunday.
E. Moeller and family of Toledo
were guests of Adam E. Leydorf and
family this week.
Mrs. It. A. Neil of Toledo was tho
guest of Mrs. J. C. Ncff ana daughter
last "Wednesday and Thursday.
A. C. Fuller and family have re
turned from a delightful visit with
friends and relatives in Orland, Ind.
Miss Carrie Smith lias returned
from the country, after a pleasant
week's visit with Frank Burkhardt
Eon Sali:. Young Jersey fresh
milch cow, and calf two weeks old.
Will sell either or both.
20a II. M. Iloovnrt.
C. A. Hampton has accepted a
position in tho dry goods storo of A.
C. Euller. Many friends will bo pleas
ed to see him again m Perrysburg
A delightful dancing party was
given by tho Mutchler boys on Tues
day evening near Roachton, which
was enjoyed by about 05 young peoplo
from tho neighborhood.
There Is morp catarrh In this sec
tion of tho country than all other dis
eases put togother, and until tho last
few years was supposed to bo Incur
ablo. For a groat many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease, and pro
scribed local remedies, and by con
stant falling to euro with local treat
ment, pronounced It incurable Set
onco has proven catarrh to bo a con
stitutional dlseaso, and therefore, re
quires constitutional treatmont. Hall'n
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Chonoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho
only constitutional euro on tho mar
ket. It is takon internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It
acts directly on tho blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. Thoy offer ono
hundred dollars for any case it fails
to cure. Bond for circulars and tes
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho host,
A full Supply of
Pencil and Ink Tablets,
And a full line of
lost Grade lob
That will stand ordinary as
well as hard usage";
That will not sag in Summer's"
heat nor break in the cold
That is made of the best ma
terial for fencing purposes;
That has stays that will not
slip, nor can they be moved
out of place;
That will conform to the most
uneven ground, and can be
erected over hills and
through valleys as well as
on level ground;
That it is low in price.
The "PITTSBURG PER
The only "ELECTRICALLY WELD
ED" Steel Wire Pence.
J. J. AMON, Agent.
C. D. Miller and wife of Toledo,
were guests of Mrs. Lawrence this
Martin Lally, wife and son and
John Sims and wife of Eindlay spent
Friday with M. Lally and family.
Misses Dora and Lizzio Kohl of
Waterville spent Sunday with the
Misses Bess and Nell AVellstead.
Misses Myrtle K. Burg and Tina
Maclnnis of Toledo were guests of
Miss Lulu Schaumloeffel this week.
Mrs. John Moser, Sr., and son,
George "W. and wife spent a few days
in Columbus this week and attended
tho Ohio State fair.
Miss Tillio Cornelius has resumed
work in her dress making apartments
in the Journal .building and will be
pleased to see her friends and cus
tomers. Misses Zoo Brickcr and Cosy Gib
son of Toledo were guests of Miss
Marie Sargent on Wednesday and
wero entertained at tho Exchange
hotel for dinner.
Bussell Williams and family havo
returned from a delightful trip in
Michigan. About three weeks ago
thoy started in a surry for a drive to
Tecurnseh and several othor Michigan
towns. Tho weather being fine and
tho route over which thoy traveled
most delightful their outintr was ono
of tho most pleasant thoy could take.
During tho trip they visited a number
of relatives and friends.
John Dc Eapelyo of Brooklyn, is
located in Toledo this week looking
after tho interests of tho house lie
represents. During his stay hero ho
has enjoyed a visit with Will and
George Powell, and with them attend
ed a family dinner at tho homo of Mrs.
Frank Powell. A warm friendship had
long existed between Frank Powell
and Mr. Itapelyo, who was not awaro
of tho death of Mr. P. until ho camo
to visit. During Ids stay ho was de
lighted witli tho hospitality shown
him and tho visit to what ho terms a
most charming part of tho world.
A. J. Witzler and family, Wal
laco Thompson, and Chas. Veitch and
family havo returned from Crystal
Lake whore thoy spent tho past ten
clays fishing, strolling through tho
woods ana enjoying tho healthful
breezes of that delightful country.
Liko all others who visit Frankfort,
and Crystal lake thoy camo homo
charmed with tho many enchanting
features incidental to a visit thoro,
Manatrer Hillard of tho telephone
company and Georgo Noubauer
started for Frankfort on Tuesday,
Mr. H. is a regular visitor to that
Bowers ! Coin.
CLOTHES ZFUKTS, 3 IDOZ. FOR 5c,
BUTTER LA3DLES, lOc EACH,
ROLILiIIISrQ- ZFIZLsTS, lOc EACH.
POTATO MASHERS, 5c EAOH.
EGG WHIPS, 5c EAOH.
CLOTHES WEINGERS, $1.25.
Now is the time
Red Cedar Shingles.
A Pleasant Outing.
A party of friends nnd relatives en
joyed a day's outing at Walbridge
park on Tuesday. Tho event was in
honor of Mrs. C. J. Mitchell of
Evansyille, Wisconsin. A sumptu
ous picnic dinner was served, and tho
day was enjoyed by tho following
S.S.Bowman and wlfo of B. G.;
Mrs. John Knauss, son and daughter,
of Haskins; Mrs. F. Roasler, of Ross
ford; Mrs. Geo, Hoffmann and daugh
terTora. Mrs. J. G. Hoffmann and
daughter Lillian, Mrs. V. Schwind,
Mrs. G. W. Hoffmann and daughter
Ella, Mrs. Thomas Hayes, Mrs. Petor
Schwind and sons, Mrs. Fred Schwind
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz,
Fred E. Bowers and wife, Mrs. Chas.
Robansal and son, Elmer Hoffmann
and Edgar Hoffmann of Perrysbnrg;
John Schwind, F. Burns and wife,
Henry Schwind and son, Mrs. A. J.
Boote and son Frank, C. Brandhuber,
wife and family, Mrs. W. L. Stobol and
drughter Pear), and Mrs. Trotter of
Sir Thomas Lipton has decided
there is no use trying to "lift tho
cup" until England can produco a
man who can design yachts with tho
skill of an American.
TO CUICIS A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists rofund tho money If
It falls to cure. E. W. Groves'signaturo
is on each box. 25c.
Mate Jones Simsions,
Aug. 10, 1003.
"Tho busy wheels of life turned
round, and at last stood still."
"Silent yet speaking;
Gono-and yet here;
Lost yet still ours;
Absent but dear.
Speak, O beloved 1
Name thy request,
How shall our lovo
Remember thee best?
Living for others,
Living to love.
Labor and pleasure
Toledo, O., Aug. 1003.
Julia B. Hall.
" I first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla
in the fall of 1848. Since then I
have taken it every spring as a
blood-purifying and nerve
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans.
If you feel run down,
are easily tired, if your
nerves are weak and your
blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand
ard family medicine,
It's a regular nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
builder. Ji.oos bottle. AlldrmtWi.
Aik your doctor what ho tblnki of Are"
Sartaparllla. Ho Unowi all about this grand
old family medicine. I'oliow liU advice and
Tto will bo intuned.
J. O. ATEII Co., Lowell, Man.
Coffees and Teas.
CALL UP PHONE 10
Judge Cook states that the Way
Camp, AV. O. AV., has received word
from Canada announcing that the
monument provided by tins camp for
tho grave of Frank Sherman, had been
placed m position. They will also' erect
a similar monument at tho grave of
their deceased brother. J. J. Stevenson
in a few days.
Death of Mrs. Hahn.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hahn died at
home in Perrysburg on Sunday, Aug
ust 30, 1903, aged 77 years, 7
months and Id days.
Deceased was born in Germany
out has been a resilient ol this coun
try for tho past G5 years.
She leaves three sons and four
daughters to mourn her death.
The luneral services wero con
ducted at tho Zoar Lutheran church
on Tnesday, Sept. 1, by Rev. Ido and
tho remains placed at rest in Ft
Owes His Life to a Neighbor's Kind
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, woll known
throughout Mercer and Sumner coun
ties, W. Va., most llkoly owes his life
to tho kindness of a neighbor. He
was almost helplessly afflicted with
Diarrhoea; was attended by two phy
slclans who gave him littlo, Ir any,
relief, when a neighbor learning of his
serious condition, brought him a hot
tie of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Romedy, which cured
him in loss than twenty-four hours.
For salo by Dowers & Comstock,
. m mm
I ZLOXTDES. H!
It you want the best, then buy
"HOME TRADE" v
These brands of Flour are oi the very best
that is made Manufactured at the
REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUMEE, OHIO.
He Stopped the Clock.
May OhI George, papa set the alarm
for 10:30 to-night.
George Indeed. Didn't you remark
tho othor night that the ticking was mo
notonous and annoyed you? Chelsea
Would Make a Horse LnuRli.
"It mus' mako a hoss laugh when hq
wins p, race," said Undo Eben, "to see
some man dat dldn' do nuffln' but stan'
aroun' an' hire help takin' all de credit"
Notice is hereby given that Tho To
ledo Urban & Interurban Itnllvay
Company has made application to the
Council of the Incorporated, village or
Perrysburg, AVood County, Ohio, for
permission nnd authority to construct,
operate and maintain a street railroad
In, along and upon the following
named streets In said Village, viz:
Commencing on Front Street at the
westerly line of Outlet Number T.vo
Hundred Thirteen (-13); thence run
ning easterly to Wc&'c Boundary Street;
thence In AVcst Boundary Street south
erly to Second Street; thence in Second
Street easterly to Louisiana Avenue;
thence In Louisiana Avenue southerly
to Indiana Avenue; thence in Indiana
.Vvenue westerly to Cherry Street;
Also the right to cross the following
named streets and alleys within tho
limits of a sixty-six (GO) foot right of
way, measured westerly from tho
westerly" line of Flndlny Street, to-wlt:
AVes't Boundary Street; Ninth Street
or the street lying next southerly of
and parallel with Eighth Street; Mul
berry Street; Seventh Street; the nlley
lying between nnd parallel with Sixth
Street and Seventh Street; Sixth'
Street; Pino Street; the alley lying be
tween nnd parallel with Fifth Street
ilnd Sixth Street; the alley lying be
tween nnd parallel with Pine and
Cherry Streets; Firth Street; tho alley
lying between nnd parallel with Indi
ana Avenue and Fifth Street;
Also the right to cross Cherry Street
diagonally from the northerly part of
Iulot Number One Hundred Ninety
nine (109) to the sou'therly part of In
let Number Ono Hundred Eighty-six.
Bids will be received under the said
application by the said Council for tho
construction and operation of tho said
railroad up to nud including the 14'tli
day of September, 1003, nt 7:30 o'clock
P. M., when said application will bo
for hearing nnd the said bids will be
13ach bid nius'fc state the rale of faro
for which each passenger will bo car
ried upon said railroad In said AMllage,
and be nccompanied by a certified
check for one thousand (!fl,000.00) dol
lars upon some bank In tho Village of
Perrysburg or tho City of Toledo, I.u
cas County, Ohio, payable or endorsed
to tho order of said Village, as a guar
anty of good fnltli on tho part of the
bidder that If -the franchise be awarded,
to him tho same will be accepted and
I'ts terms and conditions performed by
the 3aid bidder, his successors or as
signs. Published by order of the Council
contained in a resolution duly passed
August 13th. 1003.
T. M. FltANEY,
Clerk of tho Incorporated A'illage of
PorrysTnug, Wood County, Ohio.