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L Exhibition Illustrating and Explain ing Causes and Care. For tho purpose or educating people in tho prevention of tuborculosls of the lungs, a free tuberculosis exhi bition will bo made nt the Memorial hall, Toledo, from March 22 to March 20, 1009, which every person should visit. Thero Is nothing disagreeable or dangerous, nnd it Is not an adver tising scheme, but a practical exhibit for educational purposes, for tho well, that they may lecop well. Consumption can bo prevented, but the national and local organizations cannot win the battle without tho help of all citizens of ovory age and condition. How to help will be domonstiatcd at the Canadian Tuberculosis Exhi bition which illustrates the Now Golden Rule Don't give Consump tion to others nnd don't lot others give it to you. This Is entirely possible if all the people will only learn and practice a few simple rules about consumption. Then this disease would each jear cause fewer and fewer deaths. Consumption Is not Inherited, but Is spread chiefly tlnough the germ or seed contained in the sputum (spit) or moist pnrtlcles coming from tho throat and lungs of the consumptive. Consumption Is conveyed to well people largely by consumptives who spit carelessly, or who are not clean ly about their person. There is no danger In the breath of a consumptive, or being near him. Tho surest prevention is to live right, because the perfectly healthy body is not subject to the disease. Consumption can bo cured in its early stages sometimes oven when more advanced. Tho exhibition will show how for the sake of self, friends and city, you are urged to visit the exhibition and ask others to do tho same. SIMPLE WASH CURES ECZEMA. Why Salves Fail Wliile a Simple Liquid Has Accomplished Thousands of Cures. It is now thoroughly established among tho best medical authorities that eczema is purely a slcln disease, due to a germ, and curable only through tho slcln. It is not a blood disease at all; in fact, thousands of people suffer with skin disease and are perfectly healthy otherwise, and thereby provo they have no diseased blood. Smeary salves cannot reach tho germs becauso they do not penetrate tho skin. The only-way to reach the germs is by means of a penetrating liquid. Such a liquid can bo obtained by simply mixing ordinary oil of win tergreen with thymol, glycerine and other healing agents. This com pound, known as D. D. D. Prescrip tion, stops tho itch instantly and the cures all appear to be permanent. In fact, it took thousands of cures, case after case, before tho best scientific authorities wore convinced of tho ab solute merits of this remedy. D. D. D. Prescription kills tho germs In tho Itching skin. Its effect is seen within one minute after the first applica tion. "We especially recommend D. D. D. Soap in connection with tho treat ment. Chas. P. Champney, druggist. Poetic Justice. A certain couple in a New Englana village, each the parent of six chil dren, recently had meted out to them a kind of poetic justice In which they failed to see the poetry. Tho woman, a widow, pleading that she had no homo, and was therefore unable to care for her children, In duced the local authorities to admit" them to an orphan asylum. The man, a widower, pleading he had no house keeper, and therefore no one to care for his children, Induced tho authori ties to admit his six also. .Thereupon being freed from all Incumbrances, these two married. All went well for a few months, when the authorities, learning of tho situation, promptly dispatched tho 12 children back to their parents, and the woman, no longer able to represent herself as homeless or tho man as without a housekeopor, they were forced to icceivo them. The Lurid Glow of Doom was seen In tho red faco, hands and body of tho little son of H. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa., His awful plight from eczema had, for five years, defied all remedies and baffled tho best doctors, who said tho poison ed blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him. "But," writes his mother, "sovon bottles of Electric DItters completely cured him." For eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Sores and all Dlood Disor ders and Rheumatism Electric Bit ters is supremo. Only 50c. Quaran tood by 0. P. Champnoy. i TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES Fob. 27, '09 Tho trustees mot this day porsuant to adjournment. Motnbors present, W. P. Brossin, Martin Ault, S. J. Croft with Philip Wotzol, twp. clerk.. Minuton of. llta last meeting wore road nnd approved. Tho following claims woro ordored paid : P. Wetzel, services S 12 CO W, P. Brossin, " 25 00 J.Schramm, " 1 50 M. Ault, " 25 00 F. P. Loesch, labor, I 50 C. C. Bnird. janitor 3 00 C. L. Koch Co , coal J litf Total '.... 78 00 Statement On hand Feb 20 S 8077 71 Local Option Com JO 00 L. P. Heckler, 15 00 Auditor 85 93 Twp. Expense 220 67 Weeds 11 59 Liuo fences 3 13 Road 0S0 19 Hahu Ditch 2 G9 Orgou Road 12 8G Heilraan G 13 S.vnrtz 22 18 Ditch 81 15 86 Total -1156 91 Deduct for Dow Tux Re fund -19-16 Total 4107-18 March G. '09 Tho trustees met this day persuaut to adjournment. Members present, Martin Ault, S J. Croft, Win. F. BiosBia, with Philip Wetzel, twp clerk. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following claims were ordered paid: S. J. Croft, seryices 12 50 G. F. Hoffmann, goods for Geo. Hufford 2 00 Thos. Tyrell, meal for pau. per 25 J. J. Anion, goods for Town Hall 1 25 H. P. Lucas, goods for Doyle 8 00 Wm. Witzlor, light 13 20 C. C. Baird, janitor 3 00 C. L. Koch Co.. coal for Clough 2 50 Total -12 70 Statement. On hand Feb. 27 -1107 48 Citz. Bkg. Co, per cent.. 20 80 H. Donner, ditch costs 56 Total 1128 84 Expense 42 70 Amt. on hand 40SG 14 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS March G, '09. Council met in adjourned session, on roll call the following members were found present, Carlin, Dibling, Harbauer, Klingler, Loesch with P. E Bowers, mayor, and P. Wetzel, clerk Absent. UthofT. A. C. Tryon presented his bond for the sum of two thousand dollars con ditioned for the faithful performance of his contract with the village of Porrysburg for lighting and furnish ing electric power. Siad Bond was signed by A. C Tryon as principal and J. J. Amon, C H. HofTmanu, H. P. Lucas, Lowell B. Rhonehouse and J, E. Churchill as sureties. It was, moved and seconded that Bond be accepted. Resolution read by tho Clerk that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to executo the annexed contract on be half of the village and A. C. Tryon It was moved and seconded that it be placed on its final passage. VACANT U. S. PUBLIC LANDS. Where vacant Government land Is located, with brief descriptions by counties, and how to got it under Homestead, Desert, Timber, Coal, Stone, Oil, Sallno and other Federal Laws. Also information about State lands In Texas, with valuable tables and particulars about Irrigation and Reclamation Work now In progress under tho Government. Sent to any address for 25 cents (stamps receiv ed) by THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington, D. C. WANTED Trustworthy man or wo man in each county to adyortlso, re coivo orders and manago buslnoss for Now York Mail Order House. ?18.00 weekly; position permanont; no in vestment required. Previous oxpor lenco not ossontlal to ongaglng. Spare time valuable. Encloso self addressed onvelopo for full particu lars. Address, Clarko Co., Wholesale Dopt,, ion Park Avo., Now York. ' f he penRYGiuita journal, THEY ALL IT Perrysburg, Like Every City and Town in tho Union, Receives It. FYoule wiih kidney Ills wnnt to bo cured. When one suffers iho tortureB of mi uclilnjj buck, relief Is eiiuerl) Bought for. Thero are inmiy remedies lo-diiy iluit relievo but do noi cure. Hop) is I'.vldoncu to prove that Dcmn'u Kidney I'llls cure, and the cure Is lant lt:c Mr. Caroline E. Walters, Cor. Sixth and Cherry ,St-., Perrysbutir, Ohio, 8ii: "For about a your I hud piilns In my biik often shunting through ra shoulders and neck. When these at tacks cmno on, I could hardly arise from a chair. D zzv spoils and head uchea were frcquunt and I ftlt very mlcoruble. Hearing of Doan'9 Kldnoy Pills. I whs induced U try them, They promptly ncled on m) k dnojs and Rave me positive rollof. I cannot sny ton much In .raise of this vnluubl i prepar ation. " For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ENTIRE EARTH NOW EXPLORED Travels Have Made It Easier for tht Spread of the Word. Tho world is now explored. The last man Is located. With the opening of Tibet, thero Is no longer a hermit nation. The church knows her task, and is confronted by an open world. A world-wide commerce is develop ing world-wide facilities for missionary undertakings. Livingstone was six months reaching the Zambezi from Cape Town. You can now make the Journey by rail in four days. Railroads and steamboats are opening up the Dark Continent from four sides. China is operating 3,700 miles of railways, and haj 1,000 miles under construc tion. The missionaries, long the ad vance agents of commerce, are now reinforced by commerce at many points. An English and German com pany, engaged In developing the phos phate beds of the Pacific Islands, is co-operating heartily with the Ameri can board, affording the missionaries such facilities for transportation as to enable us to do away with the mission ary vessel. The Morning Star. NAVAJOS A POLYGAMOUS TRIBE. Plural Marriages There Are Not Inter fered with by Uncle Sam. It Is commonly supposed that Uncle Sam strictly forbids polygamy within his dominions. This is a mistake. Polygamy has been practised from time immemorial by the Navajos, and they have no Intention of giving up tho practice. Nothing has ever been done by the government or by the In dian agents to discourage it. Not many of the braves have more than two wives, although some have been known to maintain a harem of 12. Two wives ars almost as common m one. Being only human, sometimes they "scrap." Then the husband sep arates them, building for each a sep arate hogan, located whenever possi ble on opposite sides of a butte or small mesa. Each is strictly forbidden to leave her side of the separating landmark. It Is feared, however, that this prohibition is not always obeyed and there are doubtless "many hair pulllng scraps that no one but the jackrabbits and papooses witness. It was freely said seven years ago that it would bo a cold day when Roosevelt voluntarily gave up public office. And It was! Near Death in Big Pond. It was a thrilling' experience to Mrs. Ida Soper to face death. "For years a severe lung trouble gave me lntenso suffering," she writes, "and several times nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doc tors said I was incurable. Then Dr. King's New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years." Mrs. Soper lives in Big Pond, Pa. It works wonders in Coughs and Colds, Sore Lungs, Hemorrhages, La Grippe, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Bronchial affections. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by C. P. Champnoy. Improving. . "How is your son James getting on at college, Mr. Boggs?" asked tho par son. "Fine," said Boggs. "He's getting more businesslike every day." "I am glad to hear that," said tho clergyman. "How does tho lad show it?" "Well," said Boggs, "when he first went up and wanted money, ho used to wrlto asking for It. Now ho draws on mo at sight." Llpplncott's. Horse Sense, Customer Why, I thought you called him "tho colt?" batlor Sure, ycr honor, and that's tho name he's had for tho last 20 'ears, and ho sticks to it like a re vpc-lable baste, the same as yourself! Punch. ' Toledo Theatres. LYCEUM. Al H. (Metz) Wilson. Al H. Wilson, tho sifted singer and Gormnn dialect comedian, who brings hla latest play, "When Old Now York Was Dutch," to tho Lyceum theatre Sunday aftornoon, for a week's en gagement, scarcely needs any Intro duction. Ho brings Into his acting abundant spirit, confidence, a lively senso of humor and much gusto In tho oxpressing of It, while his glori ous high barltono voice harmoniously lends additional enchantment to tho auditor, when heard in his sweet songs. "When Old New York Was Dutch" 13 a romantic story of America's early history and tho plot centers In and around old Now York In the days when the last Dutch Governor, Peter Sluyvesant, wns deposed and Col. Richard Nlcolls installed in the posi tion. In devising the dramatic scheme of that troublesome time and Imparting romantic coloring to it, n great amount of ingenuity, originality and pleasing fancy has been shown, and the play depicts, with remarkable clearness, an absorbing tale of Knick erbocker history In tho year 1GG4. There will be a number of new songs Introduced by Mr. Wilson dur ing tho action of the play, tho most prominent being, "Helen," "Tho Old Chimney Corner," "Whispering Breeze," "Auff Wiedersehen Frau lein," and "Soldiers of the Camp," a medley that Includes "A Song of Home," "Annie Laurie," "Believe Me of All Those Endearing Young Charms" and Southland's "Dixie." Matinees are on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Attractions at Valentine Theatre, To ledo, Week of March Twenty Second. The greatest living pianist- of the day, Paderewskl, will appear at the Valentine Theatre Thursday, March 25th. This will be, without question, the foremost musical event of the season and will assemble representa tives of music and culture from this entire section of the state. There is no longer any question but that Paderewskl Is the greatest master of the piano living and that not to hear him is to miss hearing the most in spiring and artistic interpreter of piano music. His tour this season has been a greater triumph than ever before. Such was the enthusia asm he created in New York that he was forced to give a large extra num ber of concerts there In order to satisfy the demands of the public. Were It not for prior contracts he would have been detained in the East for the entire season by the many requests for return concerts. Both the general public and the students of music conceded that Pederewskl's mastery is more com pelling in its influence over his au diences than ever before. The Interesting announcement is made that the most elaborately stag ed drama of the day, Klaw & Erlang er's production of "The Round Up," will be offered at the Valentine Theatro soon. This piece is to the play of modern times what Ben Hur was to those of former days. In fact the great scene which reveals a file of Indians mounted on ponies, winding their way down a mountain side, exceeds in its extent, lmpres siveness and difficulty the great chariot race scene of Ben Hur. The grand climax represents a battle be tween two white men and this army of Indians assailing them from the mountain side. It has a charming love story provided with an abund ance of comedy. The original com pany of one hundred, including Mack lyn Arbuckle and the twenty-five In dians from the United States Reser vation will interpret tho piece. Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it. It strengthens stomach membranes, promotes flow of diges tive juices, purifies tho blood, bulIdB you up. A Massachusetts man says he has a food that will enable a person of good constitution to live 350 years. Try it for two or threo hundred years and you will use no other. Why Take Alcohol? Aife you thin, pale, easily tired, lack your usual vigor and strength? Then your digestion must be poor, your blood 2 turn, your nerves weak. You xou need Ayers barsaparilla, the only Sarsapanlla entirely free from alcohol. We believe your doctor would endorse these statements, or we would not make them. Ask him and find out. Follow his advice. ICAyerCoMwelliMass. The endorsement of your doctor will certainly greatly Increase your confidence in Ayer's Pills as a family laxative. Liver pills. All vegetable. Ask your doctor about them. mmaammMmmiiMiiiti (Continued from First Page.) ant tho potlt Jury for tho April term of court will bo drawn from said list of 250 names placed in tho Jury wheel by said jury commission, appointed by said Edward M. Fries as common pleas judge. That by virtue of tho aforesaid po sition of Eklward M. Fries, Judge of common plens court, of Wood coun ty, Ohio, at the times aforesaid, by his acess to the ovidonco and tho ap pointment of the jury commission which selected the names from which tho grand and potlt jury will be drawn for the April term of court, which time said defendant's case comes up for consideration as afore said, said Edward M. Fries should be restrained from acting as attorney for defendant by virtue of said alle gations ns above act set forth. Wnr. Dunlpace, Prosecuting Attorney, Wood County, Ohio. Mr. Fries called attention to tho efforts of Mr. Dunlpace to bar him from practice In the courts and to tho statement that he had access as common pleas judge to tho evidence obtained by tho stnte against Mc Closky. Judge Baldwin asked the Prosecu tor what he thought the duties of a judge of the courts were, and if ho thought It was the business of a Judge to take tho side of the state in a criminal case. He expressed the opinion that the prosecutor had the wrong notion of the duties of a judge, which were to really stand between sides, In crim inal or civil actions before him and to see that justice was done to all. He could not Imagine how Mr. Dunlpace .could presume that Mr. Fries had not a right to appear In any case, for either side because he had been a Judge of tho courts In which he was practicing. Mr. Dunl pace, he thought had a wrong notion of tho work of a judge if he thought the duties of a judge were to examine the evidence presented before a jus tice of the peace upon which xsome person had been bound over to the grand Jury. Tho Judge then stated that tho Prosecutor's motion was overruled. It Saved Hl3 Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg," writes J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis., "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not cure, had at last laid me up. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It sound and well." In fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Bolls, Fever Sores. Burns, Scalds, Cuts and Piles. 25c at C. P. Champney's. SALES AGENTS WANTED. $36.00 per week or 400 per cent profit. All samples, stationery and art catalogue free. We want one permanent agent in this locality for the largest picture and frame house In America. Experience unneces sary. We Instruct you how to sell our goods and furnish the capital. If you want a permanent, honorable and profitable position, write us to day for particulars, catalogue and samples. FRANK W. WILLIAMS COMPANY, 1214 W. Taylor St, Chi cago, 111. Colored Souvenir Post Cards Imported from Germany Of Perrysburg Village and River Views. We had these photos made in colors by German artists in Berlin. The only place in Perrysburg where these colored scenes can be purchased. 2 DPofe1 5 OTS The JOURNAL OFFICE. Aro apple orchards inthis region of Ohio becoming' scarce? Is tho acreage of orchards as largo today as It was a half century ago? Do exist ing apple trees bear fruit In quantity and quality equal to that gathered by our grandparents? need a tonic and alterative. WtaJTork For Oilers On routed farms whon you can 6uy land for $10 per acre On Easy Terms In Roscommon and Ogemaw Counties, Mich. Which will grow more dollars per acre in crops than any $150 acre land in Ohio, In diana or Illinoise, Let me prove it to you. Write for "booklet" the "Land -ol Clover," to W. F. JOHNSToN, Roscommon, Mich., Or W. H. H0AQLAKD Bowling Green, Ohio TOLEDO URBAN & INTrtRURBAr." RAILWAY. TOLEDO DAYTON LIMITED. Cars stop only at Toledo, Maumee, Bowling Green, Portage, Cygnet, Vorth Baltimore, Mortimer, IHndlny, Bluffton, Lima, Wapakoneta, Sidney, PIqua, Troy, Tippecanoe nnd Dayton. Leave Toledo 7:20 n. m., 9:20 a, m., 11:20 a. m 1:20 p. m., 3:20 p. m. ,5:20 p. m., 7:20 p. m 9:20 p. m. Maumee South 7:5G a. m., 9:5G a. m., 11:56 a. m l:5ti p. m.. 3:56 p. in., 5:5G p. m., 7:5G p. m., 9:5G p m., Bowling Green, South 8:18 a. m., 10:18 a. m., 12:18 p. m., 2:18 p. m., urn p. m., u:is p. m 8:18 10:18 p. m. p. m., Bowling Green, North u:16 a. m 8:16 a. m., 10:16 a. m., 12:16 P. m., p. ni., z:ib p. m., 4:16 p. m., G:16 8:16 p. m., 10:16 p. m. Toledo, Bowling Green & Southern Traction Co. Time Card, South , Bound First car leaves tauniee at 7:11 a. m., Eagle Junction it 7:17 a. m arriving at Bowling Green at 7:42 a. m and every two nours thereafter. The last car leav ing Maumee at 1:11 a. m., (night). North Bound First car leaves Bowling Green at 5:18 a. m., Eagle lunctlon at 5:43; Maumee, 5:49 a. m., nd every two hours thereafter until 11:18 p. m. The Toledo S. Maumee Valley Ry. Co. 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