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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
VOL. LIII.-ED, L. BLUE, Publishor,
PERRYSBDEG, WOOD 00,, 0 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1906,
$1,00 IN ADVAN0E.-NO, 47
ESTAI!1,IHIIK1 IN 187D.
fffiSBxn'EFVh attontlon to business
(l5 o appreciated. Money to loan
fctfcjK est. Three per cent, paid lor
J. Davis, President. James 0. Titonr, Vice President,
Norman L. Hanson, Cashier.
Our liourt for business arc from
R. P. BARTON,
Phones White 90
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP
EXAMINE BEFORE YOU BUY
Don't send your money in advance to catalogue houses without knowing
what you are going to obtain. Wo have the largest retail Implement and
Vehicle Store in the State. Wo buy in carlnavMots and can save you money.
Not only that our guarantee is valid as we are right here at your home. We
have everything in the Farm Implement line. Turnbull, Studnbaker and
Flint Wagons. '
224-220 Superior St.,
Caroline Wilkinson to Bertha Witz
ler, lot, Perrysburg, $325.
Daniel Neiderhouse to Fred Neider
house, 3 lots, Perrysburg, l
Daniel Neiderhouse, 4 lots, -Perrysburg,
Karl Merry to Emily Norton, lot,
John Isch to Fredrick Isch 40 acres,
Miriam Dunn to James Cook S lots,
Jennie Atkins to Myra Henry, lot,
A Hard Lot
of troubles to contend with, spring
from 'a torpid liver and blockaded
bowels, unless you awaken them to
their proper action with Dr. king's
Now LJfo Pills; tho pleasantest and
most effective euro for Constipation.
They prevent appendicitis and tono
up tho system. 25c at Comstock &
Son's drug store.
D K. flollenbeok,
ATTO R N E Y-AT-LAW,
General Collector and Heal Estate
Titles Investigated x.d abstracts
airnlahcd on apnllctlon. Notary in
N ATTORNEY AND
J12-4I9 Valentine Building
.Both 'Phones 345.
Manufacturer of "Auditor," "Jack
Pot," and other brands of fine cigars
Pj .ACTIO AL
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
TWatcnes, CIocks, Jewelry, Spectacles,
h Half block from Summit St
13 Mfi--oe t. TOLEDO. OHIO.
Special raie will be taken wllti the
-Bpalr of all kinds of Watches, docks
i t towelry
FREDERICK 0. AVERILL.
AND COUNSELOR AT-LAW,
818 Spitzer Building,
Home Phone 1499.
Dr. A. H. BABCOOE
-, Successor to Or. E. D. Wh eld,
We Cover Ml Risks.
Our agenoy now carries all kinds of
Insurance Risks and can Supply Poli
cies in tho most reliable comnanies for
Safe and Miscellaneous burg
lary, Plate Glass, Steam Boilers,
In the Fidelity and Casualty Co.
We will supply you with security on
bonds In the American Surety Co.
O. A. POWERS
VAIO DP CAl'lTAI.., $00,000 00
entrusted to us. Your account will
at all times at fair rates of inter-
8 a. m. to 4 p. m., standard time.
Residence Main 27
Fourteen Year-old Girl Tries to
End Her Life,
Louise Heberger, a school girl of
Lomoync, drank wood alcohol in an
attempt to take her own life Thurs
day afternoon because of trouble she
had had in school with her teacher.
Two doctors and several friends
worked with her all night before she
was pronounced out of danger.
The girl was sent homo from school
in the afternoon by her teacher for
some misdemeanor but returned and
asked to speak with another pupil
and when refused left the school and
after going a short distance drank a
quanity of wood alcohol then went to
the home of her uncle, William He
berger and there drank what re
mained in the bottle then told her
uncle what she had done. Dr.
Babione, of Luckey, and Dr. Rurben
of Woodyille, were called and after
several hours' work pronounced the
child out of danger.
She is tho daughter of Lud wig He
berger and is 11 years of age.
C. E. TOPICS AND LEADERS
Jan. 28. ..Home Missions in our city.
Miss Llda Zingg
Feb. 4...iSTew work we may do for
Christ and the Church. (Christian
Miss Ethel Yon Valkenberg
Feb. ll...IIow to conquer temptation.
Feb. 18...(1) Christ's life. (2)Hl3life
work and what we may learn about
our own work Albert Fahrer
Fob. 23...Neesima, and Missions in
Japan. Grover Schaller
Mch. 4...What is true happiness; the
worldly idea ; the christian idea?
Miss Helen Danz
Mch. II... James picture of a perfect
man : How can we realize it our-
selyes? Thomas Schaller
Mch. 18... Christ's life. His summary
of conduct; the sermon on the
Mount. Mrs. B. shattuck
Mch. 2o...Bountiful sowing; our gifts
to Christ's cause. Mrs. E. A. Tovey
Apr. 1... Lives that endure. It. Danz
Apr. 8. ..Our pledge and how to keep
it. Mrs. J. H. riufford
Apr 15... Christ's life. Lessons from
his resurrection miracles.
Miss Laura Danz
Apr. 22...TI10 Lord's Day : How to
keep It holy. Miss F. Davenport
Apr. 20 ..Homo missions among for
eigners in America. F. It. Fahrer
CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely thank our manyf riends
and neighbors for their kind help dur
ing the sickness and death of our bo
loved husband and father.
Mrs. F. English and Children
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are tho best' for stomach
troubles nnd constipation I havo over
sold," says J. It, Cullman, a druggist
of Pottervlllo', Mich. They aro easy
to take and always glYO satisfaction.
I tell my customers to try them and
if not satisfactory to como back and
get their money, but havo nover had a
complaint," For sal'" ty Win. Com
stock & Son,
An Excellent Programme Rendered
by Home Talent.
The first Concert of tho year given
by tho W. O. W. band of Perrysburg,
assisted by local musical talent, was
a brilliant success in oyery respect.
The programmo consisting of 12
numbers was well rendered and
proved very pleasing to tho largo aud
Tho band under tho direction of
Prof. Gus Koehler, rendered three
numbers and responded to ono en
choro. Thoy added to their already
brilliant reputation as a musical or
ganization by tho excellent rendition
of the difficult compositions assigned
them and the audience showed their
appreciation by enthusiastic ap
plause. The orchestra under the direction
of A. C. Fuller is first violin, Leon
LaFnrree, clarionet, Win. R. Charles,
Jr., cornet and Chester Chappel,
trombone, with Miss "Bowers accom
panist, rendered two excellent se
lections in a manner that was credit
able to themselves and a delight to
tho audience. In response to an en
chore they gave a march that was
highly pleasing to their hearers.
Miss Aileen Trudeau's mandolin
solo was charmingly rendered and
was a pleasing number on tho pro
gramme. She was accompanied
with the piano by Miss Bowers.
Misses Ruby Cranker and Lottie
Fink gave a piano duet that .vas a
fino composition rendered in a highly
Miss Pfister's piano solo was ren
dered in an artistic manner aud was
accorded hearty applause.
Mrs. Dowling's vocal solo was a
charming number and was so well
received that she was compelled to
respond to an enchore. She was ac
companied by Miss Fink.
The clarionet duet by Leon and
Harry LaFarree and Chester Chap
pel's trombone solo were yery pleas
ing selections and were rendered in
very artistic manner.
Miss Bowers and Miss Fink as ac
companists are entitled to much
credit for the excellence of their dif
ficult and usually unpraised work.
In all the concert was a musical
treat which tho Journal hopes will
be followed by another soon.
NOTICE TO HORSE OWNERS
Having started a horse shoeing shop
located on Main St. first door north of
Railroad, I amprepared to do first-class
work on your horses, farm horses, driv
ers, and track horses shod hi a scien
tific manner. All faulty galted horses
corrected. I have como to stay conse
quently I guarantee all my work to give
perfect satisfaction. Resp'y Yours,
James W. Hassett,
45tf Perrysburg, Ohio
SERVING THEIR -TIME.
Burt Watts, who pleaded guilty to
larceny, was taken to the Toledo
work house Thursday.
Wm. Llnder, who pleaded guilty to
shooting with Intent to kill, and Mar
lon Martin, who acknowledged he was
guilty of larceny were taken to the
Mansfield reformatory Friday by the
sheriff. They will serve indetermin
Deputy Roach took Tom West to
Columbus to servo ono year In tho
penitentiary for stealing a suit of
clothes. j rA
WILL WANDER NO MORE
An old umbrella member 83 years
of ago waa killed by a train near
Findlay Sunday morning. Ho is
supposed to bo Daniel Baker or Dan
iel Howard and it is understood ho
has influential relatives in Lima.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abaj-
' Tho fault of giving children medi
cine containing Injurious substances,
Is somotlmes more disastrous than
tho dlseaso from which they aro suf
fering. Every mother should know
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
perfectly Bafo for children to take, It
contains nothing harmful and for
coughs, colds and croup Is unsurpass
ed. For salo by Win, omstock & Son,
KILLED BY TRAIN
Two 'Railroad Accidents that End'
In attempting to cross tho C, H. &
D. tracks at Dcshler, George House,
aged 70, ono ot Deshler's leading busi
ness men, was struck and Instantly
killed by the Cincinnati flyer Sunday.
The train was going about 30 miles
per hour, and throw Mr. House over
on the westbound siding under a pass
ing northbound freight, horrlby mang
ling tho body. At ono tlmo Mr. House
was considered tho wealthiest man In
Albert Burgason, aged 44, was
struck and Instantly killed Saturday
by a B. & O. passenger train about
two miles east of Hoytvllle.
Burgason was a timber cutter and
had been living in a shanty in the
woods near Hoytvllle, getting out tim
ber for a Findlay concern. Ho had
started for North Baltimore along tne
railroad tracks, and had stepped off ot
one track upon another to let a freight
train pass. The passenger train ap
proached from tho rear and struck
him, killing him Instantly. Tho sup
position Is that Burgason, who was
partially deaf did not hear the train
approaching from tho rear.
Attempt to Burglarize Postoffice
Safe at Deshler.
An unsuccessful attempt was made
at an early hour Sunday morning to
blow up the Deshler postofllco safe
with nitro-glycerlne. When Postmas
ter John Vogt arrived at the ofllco
about C.30 to distribute the mail he
discovered that the building had been
broken into. The safe, which Is a
largo one and stands against the ea3t
wall, was the main object of tho burg
lars' attention. The cracks around
the edge of the doer and hinges uad
been well filled with soap and a small
opening was left at the top where tne
explosive was poured In. The charge
was a very light one, it seeming to
be the Intentions of tho cracksmen 10
give tho safe several light charges,
as there are no less than ten families
living in the immediato vicinity of the
postofllco block, and ono family lives
directly over the building. In this
way they hoped to shatter tho door of
tho safe with as little noise as possi
ble. Why the job was not finished Is a
matter of conjecture. A light rain
fell about one o'clock In tho morning
and the tracks in tho the rear o the
building were very fresh when no
ticed, In fact they were so plain that
It could be told one of the men had on
a pair of new shoes. About three
o'clock the night baggageman brings
tho mail from tho depot to tho post
office and It is supposed that It was
he who frightened the robbers away.
Entrance was gained through a back
window, which was pried up with a
new railroad pick.
The Four-county Farmers' Institute
will bo held in Deshler Wednesday
and Thursday, Feb. 7th and 8th. Tho
committee is now at work on the pro
gram, and will leave nothing undone
to make this the most Interesting ses
sion over held there, and an unusual
offort is oelng made to secure the
very best talent for this occasion.
BRADNER TO LIGHT RISING SUN.
Tho matter of furnishing street and
commercial lighting for Rising Sun
from tho Bradner plant is being con
sidered. It is claimed that Bradner
can furnish the electricity and make
money whllo tho commercial lighting
would pay tho entlro exponso and still
leave a profit for Rising Sun.
Only 82 Years Old.
"I am only 82 years old and don't
expect oven when I get to bo real old
to fo?l that way as long as I can get
Electric Bitters," says Mrs. E. H.
Brunson, ot Dublin, Ga. Surely thero'3
nothing else keeps tho old as young
and makes tho weak as strong as this
grand tonic medlclno, Dyspepsia,
torpid liver. Inflamed kidneys or
chronic constipation aro unknown af
ter taking Electric Bitters a reason
able time. Guaranteed by Comstock
& Son, druggists. Price 50c,
T HOUSE NEWS
Happenings In and About the Tem
ple of Justice.
Harriet X. Pope asks tho common
pleas coutt to detach her GO acres of
land from tho village of Haskins.
Sho avers that tho land is so remoto
from the village property that she do
rives nono of the benefits conferred
by that village. Veuion M. Riegol is
Criminal Cases Assigned
Monday, Febuary 5th, Albert Bartz,
accused of robbery, will bo tried.
On Tuesday, February 0th, the
court will hear tho case of George
Bennett, indicted for burglary.
On Wednesday, Februray 7th,
James Hardee, alias Charles Baker,
will be tried for forgery. P. .1. Chase
has been appointed by the couit to
OnThursdny, February 8th, Ted
Parker, will havo his trial. A. R.
Campbell has been appointed by the
court to defend him. Parker is ac
cussed of passing a revolver through
a window to William Linder a pris
oner in tho county jail.
On Friday, February 9th, Claude
E. Huber is to be tried on tho charge
of horse-stealing. W. G. Elliot is his
attorney, having been appointed by
The suit of Charles Rhoda against
Joseph Engesserwas decided in fayor
of tho defendant Engessor. Rhoda
sued Engesser for damages for as
sault nnd battery. The defendant
was represented by Eugene Rhine
frank. Cora L. McCrory has commenced
suit against Paul W. McCrory for
divorce and restoration to her maiden
name of Vance. Sho accuses him of
idleness, dissipation and wantoness,
failure to proyide for the last three
years either with food or clothing and
says she has been compelled to sup
port herself. She also alleges habjt
DEATH OF MRS. HEILIYIAN
On Friday evening, January 19,
1906, Mrs. Barbara Heilman passed
away at her home in Perrysburg, at
the age of 71 years,-9 months and 5
Miss Barbara Wittauer waa born in
Bavaria, Germany, April 16, 1834,
and came to this country in 1852.
She was united in mairiage, with
Joseph Heilman, June 19, 1853, at
Maumee, O. They located in Perrys
burg township and the union was
blessed with 10 children of whom six
ara living Joseph, Peter, Miss Anna,
Mrs. Frank Eckel, of Perrysburg;
John, of Maurnee; Mrs. Johu Buch
man, of Paulding county; one brother,
John Wittauer and one sister, Mrs.
Barbara Myers, of Belville, 111. Her
husband preceded her to tho other
world on March 21, 1893.
Mrs. Heilman had been in poor
health for several months but her last
illness was of four weeks duration
and she was a great sufferer, but bore
her affliction with christian patience.
Sho was a member of St. Rose of
Lima Catholic church in which her
funeral services were held, conducted
by Rev. Fr. Kleokntnp, on Monday,
at 9:30 a. m., and was attended by a
largo number of frieuds aud neigh
bors. Tho remains weie placed ut
rest in tho Catholic cemetery.
Mrs. Heilman was well known
throughout this locality and her
death is deeply mourned by many.
A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's1 neglect permitted n
leak In the great North Sea dyko,
which a child's linger could havo
stopped, to becomo a ruinous hicak,
devastating an entire prbvlnco of
Holland. In like manner Kenneth Mc
Ivor, of Vanceboro, Me., permitted a
llttlo cold to go unnoticed until a
tragic finish was only averted by Dr.
King's Now Discovery. Ho writes:
"Three doctors gavo mo up to dlo of
lung inflammation, caused by n neg
lected cold; but Dr. King's Now Dis
covery saved my life." Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure, at Com
stock & Son's drug store. 50c nnd
$1,00. Trial bottle froo.
Important Move on Part of Toledo
Bowling Green & Southern. '
Tho management o tho Toledo,
Bowling Green & Southern Traction
company Is rapidly carrying out its
plans to handle tho products of tho
farms directly from tho homes ot tho
producers. Between Perrysburg and
Bowling Green tho company Is build
ing sidings at Intervale of a mile.
Many ot these sidings havo been com
pleted and tho company Is now hand
ling grain, vegetables, moats, eggs
and poultry direct from tho farm to
the markets In Toledo. On tho other
hand, goods purchased in tho city aro
being delivered by tho railroad com
pany to tho doors of tho farming com
munity. The company has applied to
the commissioners o Wood county
for permission to build sidings at
tho Intersections of all public high
ways and tho railroad. With these
sidings added to those In front of the
various farms, tho company will be
In excellent shapo to carry out this
new phase of railroading. Ground for
tho sidings in front ot the farms Is do
nated by the owners, the railroad
company lecelvlng a quit claim deed
for tho same. Tho company has re
cently received four handsome new
cars, which are to he used in the lim
ited service between Toledo and Find
lay. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
News from Surrounding Country
Limo City, Jan. 21, '00
Mrs. G. J. P,uso was calling on
Mrs. C. Lark and tho Misses Mamie
aud Amelia Puse of Toledo on Satur
Miss Alma Greiner of Toledo spent
Sunday with her parents, John
Greiner and wife.
Chas. Graham, wife and son,
Johnny, of Dunbridgo, spent Sunday
with J. F. Lintner and wife.
Mrs. Fetterman of Oak Harbor was
the guest of Albert Reitzel and wile
tho latter part of last week.
About 30 friends and neighbors of
Isaac Whitson and family walked in
on them last Thursday evening, and
after Isaac recovered from the, shock,
the party enjoyed themselves with
dancing nnd refreshments until a lato
John Lintner, Jr., spent the past
week in Toledo with friends.
Albert Reitzel and wife entertained
Adam Beam and Martin Wagoner,
wife and children of. Illinois; George
Spoerl and wife and John Zingg and
family, last Saturday.
Miss Mary Hitchcock spent Satur
day Jast with her grandmother, Mrs.
W. J. Hitchcock at B. G.
Dowling, Jan, 24, '0G.
G. Leubben of Toledo was tho guest
of W. F. and B. F. Spilker and fam
ilies the latter part of last week.
Geo. Wallace and wife were Sun
day visitors of Art Wallace and fam
ily. Mrs. Mary Chamberlain of Dun
( Continued on Fourth Page.)
THE OLD RELIABLE
The greatest of
lo perfeot cooking
Used m the best fam
ilies fhe world over
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