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-ZV VJ" -p " fc. Tr fc THE PERRYSBURG! JOURNAL PERRYSBURQ, WOOD CO,, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 21. WOO. 7.00 IN ADVANCE.NO, 12 VOL, LVII-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher, It V,- T M R. P. BARTON, UNDERTAKER (perrysburg,;i Phones Office, Main 117; Residence, Main 27 ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Mr. Tryon,who wns awarded tho franchise for furnishing tho vlllago of Porrysburg with lights, has pur chased from Mr. iWltzler his ontlro equipment of. poles, lamps, wire, trans mitters, motors, etc. Mr. Tryon al-' ready has installed a number of the commercial lights and the work is still continuing. Ho takes control of tho street lighting on tho 2Gth of VTryon will run a lino down the river road and connect up those new residences being erected east of town. ' C'iSLIM Every assistance and encourage ment should bo given tho company who are malting special effort to give tho village tho best possiblo service. IT'S A PLEASURE DRESSING BEDS WITH THEflilTO8lg&Fagrat Look for our name aiss?iz Ai It answers ererjr requirement er err ques tion too. FIti nlcelr U tbsoluiclr PURE and CLEAN Made in the handsomest patterns of SATIN-FINISH. DUST-PROOF TICKINCS. The "Webblni Process" employed in ALL Stearna & Foster Mattresses, unites the llnr Cotton fibres Into 360 fitmr, tier webs, all ol which hare acquired the UTMOST LIFE and RESILIENCE. A more COMFORTABLE more ENDURINC mattress could, not posslblr be made. .-S JSS- Opcn Closed1 This device on every mattress YOU CAN SEE WHATS INSIDE TOO. A POSITIVE GUARANTEE ON EVERY MATTRESS. Come in toda Sereral stiles to choose from, A. .1 WITZLHR DR. J. M,. MORGAN, 0HEONI0 DISEASES Electric and X-Eay Work DOS. 50!), filO Nicholas Bide. Cor. Miidleon & Huron Sts. TOLEDO, Money to Loan dWMtf7& EVERY x. Im&L K Question X" ourDlneAV FOR TEN YEARS . - Privilege to pay at any time i ana stop interest. l,owcsi rate o interest No commission. 1- F. M. Q. SIBERT. Weston, o. Edward IVI. Fries having retired as Judge of the Court In of Common Pleas, is now engaged in the general practice of tho law, with offices over Fronoy's storo, 22 South Main street, Bowling Green, 0. D. K. Hollenbeck, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, General Collector and Real Estate i AqenL Titles Investigated and abstracts furnished on application. Notary In office. PERRY8BURG. OHIO. Rheinfrank and Ohlinger ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL.OR-AT-L.AW. B32-533 apitzer Building. TOLEDO, OHIO. Homo EVoiio 1509 FREDERICK 0. AYERILL ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELOR-AT.LAW, 818 Spltzer Building, TOLEDO, OHIO, Home Phono 149JJ. THE NEW MAYOR Will He Prove Equal to the Respon sibility Imposed on Him? Now It's "Mayor Dan," if you please, and we extend him congratu lations and slnceio hope that his ad ministration will bo a success from stait to finish. Laying asldo politics, our great desiro is to boost Porrys burg; to make it tho best, cleanest and most up-to-date village in tho- state. All this can be done if our citizens will but lay aside personal prejudice, old grudges, and the "dog In the manger" disposition that seems to control so many of them and all unite in tho grand design of building up tho town. Lay aside the selfish ness that controls so large a number apd get together for the common good of all. It Is up to you, "Mayor Dan," to get the town warmed up to what it might be. We don't like, nor agreo with you In politics, but are willing to overlook that fault, If you will but use your energies and your ability to put Porrysburg on the high place she was intended to occupy, and If your do this and prove by your official acts that it Is your earnest desire to serve the vlllago faithfully and well, the people will give you praise, and givo your admin istration the stamp of approval. It Is up to jou, "Mayor Dan," to win a crown of laurels. Will you do it? DEATH OF PIONEER LADY. Mrs. Elizabeth Long, an old pioneer resident of Wood county, passed away Thursday evening at her homo, two miles west of Rising Sun, O., death being due to pneumonia. Mother Long was in her eighty-second year, and was born in the state of Pennsylvania, Sept. 30, 1827. Sho came to Wood county April 1, 185C. Won't Slight a Good Frjend. "If over I need a cough medicine again I know what to got," declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of Deals, Me., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery, and seeing its excel lent xesults in my own family and others, I am convinced it is tho best medlclno made for Coughs, Colds and lung trouble." Every ono who tries It feels just that wny. Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you. For Dionchltls, Asthma, Hemorrhage, Croup, LaGrippo, Sore Throat, pain in chest or lungs it's su pi erne. 50c and $1,00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by C. P. Champ ney, druggist. -John Zurfluh- PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Half Block from Summit St. 313 Monroe St. Toledo, OHIO Special care will be taken with the repair of all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewolry. Dr. F. J. Champ ney Calls Promptly Answered GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED MAUMEE - OHIO' Samuel Krauss, , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. FOR SALE. New, modern house, on Front street. Gas, electric light, hot water heat. Inquire of SAMUEL KRAUSS PERRYSBURG. OHIO. C. L Powers9 Agency Geo. ft. Powers, Agt. GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS List Your Property FOR SALE OR RENT With Me. NOTARY PUBLIC. Phono No. 7. PERRYSBURQ, O. COURT HOUSE CULLINGS. Circuit Court Adjourned and Com mon Pleas Opens Monday. Judge Baldwin this morning dis solved the teliiporary injunction se cured by Ellis M. Terry against Ag netta Chldester et al. by which tho defendants "wore restrained from In tel ferlng with him In his conduct of the picture show business thero un der tho alleged contract. Judge Baldwin stated that the pre ponderance of evidence Indicated that Mrs. Chldester through her agent, T. F. Conley, was actually in possession of tho theatre at tho time the injunc tion was issued and that therefore the Injunction probably should not have been issued in tho first place, It hav ing been Issued on tho hypothesis that Mr. Terry was' in possession. The court stated that it appeared that tho defendants had continued to exercise control over It; and also ad vanced the Idea that tho public was interested in It to u certain degree and that the testimony of tho fire chief and others tended to show that Mr. Terry had not protected his pat rons from fire In tho way provided by tho laws of the state, -which was something to count against him. Mr. Terry was represented by George S. Moss and Lawrence F. Conway of Toledo, who gave notice of appeal fiom tho court's decision. They, howener, suggested the with drawal of the proceedings .in con tempt of court filed against Mr. Con ley for having ousted Mr. Terry who had gained possession of the premises after the injunction was issued, as the dissolving of the injunction took with It Immunity from contempt practic ally under the circumstances. J. E. Ladd represented the defend ants. Zoe M. Rless was granted a di vorce Wednesday from Floyd Rless on the ground of gross neglect and was restored to her maiden name of Long. Howard Henderson of Perrysburg, now in jail with ball fixed at $5,000, on tho charge of holding up John Hampton on the Perrysburg river bridge, has given notice that on May 19th he will ask Judge Nearing of tho piobate coint, to rehear the case with a view of either releasing him, admit ting him to bail or lemandlng him to jail again. Mrs. Luella Henry, 39, a widow of Longloy, near West Mlllgrove, was committed to the Toledo Stato hospi tal by Judge Neailng today. She Is suffering with melancholy. John Brown has bi ought suit in attachment against Elizabeth Brom all for 1100, which ho claims Is duo for labor performed. David F. Powell has filed a petition against Charles Grlffoth et al. in which ho sets forth that of a judg ment for ?1287.50 recently secured by him, thero is still ?434.42 unsatis fied. Ho seeks to have liens mar shalled on 30 acres In Portage town ship owned by Mr, Griffeth. Tho case of Lewis Helzer vs. Sa rah A. Davis has been brought up on appeal from Justice Wm. Crom's court in Tontogany to tho common pleas couit. The plaintiff was award ed 54.05 n justice court, bolng $29 and costs. 5 suit in auacnmoni nas oeen hi ought by Frank Hendricks vs. Mary Hendricks et al. on a note for ?1408, given October 29th, 1908, at C per cent, payable in nine months. Ho claims that it was to bo paid as soon as her fathor's estato was settled, wlilqli has now been done. Eklward Everett asks for divorce from Ida Evoiott on the ground of wilful absence. They wore married in 1882. Supplemental petition has been fil ed by MInnio Kent in her dlyorco suit against Wm. G. Kent, begun March (Continued on Eight's Page) . It coaxes back that-' well feeling, healthy look, puts tho sap, of life in your system, protects you from dis ease. Holllstor's Rocky' Mountain Tea has no equal as a spring tonic for tho whole family. 35 cents, Tea or TablotB. O. P. Champnoy, drug-gist. E Largest Class Ever Graduated From Perrysburg High School. Tho annual commencement of tho Perrysburg High school wlllbo ono 6f tho most interesting ever held hero, the class numbering 21 pupils, and the exercises about five days time, commencing with a reception to tho Seniors on May 28, and closing with the presentation of diplomas on Wed nesday evening, June 2 at the audi torium. The program has not been arranged as yet, but the following "notes" will give an idea of what will be offered: Commencement Notes. Six boys. Flower Iris. , , , Fifteen girls. , A Class Will. A Class Song. . l A Class Poem. A Class Oracle. .' A Class History. , A Class Oration. A Latin Oration. A German Oration. ,. An Original Story. Colors Purple and Gold. Motto For us, a name, a place, a destiny. , The Princess A play June 1 Town Hall. Graduating Exercises June 2 School Auditorium. Junior Banquet for Seniors, May 28. Sophomoro Reception, Monday, May 31. Baccalaureate Sermon, Sunday evening, M. E. church, May 30. Music Girls' Chorus; Double Quar et; Alumni Quartet; duet by Ladles. A Discussion Initiative and Ref erendum. A Welcome. A Farewell. A Class Questioner. An English Oration. An English Recitation. The following are the graduates and the course each has" taken: Charlotte M. Ide Latin, German. Zella Mario Gunder German. Alta Margaret Munger Latin. Mabel B. Shlpman German. Bertha L. Shlple Latin. EdwardG-. Schwind Latin. Dora Mildred DeVerna German. Cora Mario Weidner Latin. Marie Irene Burdo Latin. Ila- Delphlne Simmons Latin. George J. Shlple Latin, German. Anna M. Eckel German. Lucie H. Borck Latin, German. Lulu E. Schneider Latin. Mamie Mario Rogers Latin. Lillian A. Huffmann German. Ralph D. McCaslin German. John C. Buddt Latin. J. Richard Cartel- Latin. Howard E. Hcilman Latin. Esther Mario Thompson Geiman. Smashes All Records. As an all-round laxative tonic and health-builder no other pills can com pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They tone and regulate stomach, liver and kidneys, -purify the blood, strengthen the nerves; cine Consti pation, - Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Jaundice, Headache, Chills and Mal aria. . Try them. 25c at C. P. Champ ney, druggist. WOMEN'S CLUB WAS RASH. It never pays to underestimate the small boy, according to reports that are coming in from Goodland. A wo man's club of that toWn decided that tho town needed beautifying, and of fered the small boys 10 cents per 100 for old tin cans, never expecting that halt of the money in tho fund would bo claimed. The boys, needing the money for fish hooks and corks and bsfce balls, got busy, and. at last re ports had turned in 30,000 cans, with a lot of alloys still to hoar from. Tho club treasury is busted, and tho ladles it is declared, aro now planning to ttudy Oreclan art next year, and will leave civic improvement in the hands of tho -city council. Kansas City Journal. Kills to Stop the Fiend. Tho worst foo for 12 yonrs of John Deyo, of Gladwin; Mich., was a run ning ulcer. He paid doctors ovor $400.00 without benefit. Then Buck len's Arnica Salvo klllod tho ulcer and cured him, Cures Fever Sores, Bolls, Felons, Eczema, Salt Rheum. Infalllblo for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, 25c at C. P. Champ noy, djugglst. MM) D0ljSCII. Four Bradner People Bitten by Dog Suffering With Rabbles. The vollago of Bradner and vicin ity is In an uproar over a mad dog scare, and as a result of being infect ed by tho animal four people wero taken to tho pastour Instltuto at Chi cago Monday morning to bo treated before rabies overtake them, says the Sentinel They are Mr. McNulty, Paul and Ernest Koester, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Honry Koester, and Juanlta Glacier, an infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glazier. The dog, which was a small one, had been bitten by another canine be longing to Schuyler Hyter, who re sides In the country The dog had bitten several horses and other ani mals, but it wns not supposed that ho was afflicted with rabies. Tho animals bitten have shown no symp toms so far. On last Tuesday evening as Mr. Mc Nulty was passing tho Koester resi dence ho was attacked by the dog and bitten on the leg, the skin being broken open. Not much attention was given tho matter until the following day when tho animal escaped cap tivity and attacked the little Glazier ,child, who is a neighbor, and who was sitting on the porch at the time. She was bitten in the face quite bad ly before the dog could bo driven away. He then attacked tho son Paul, biting him about the leg. Help was summoned and the dog killed. Tho head was sent to Columbus for Inspection. Wordl has just been re turned that it was a well dovoloped case of rabbles, Ernest Koester, the other victim, who left to take treatment, wns not bitten, but had a sore on his hand, which the dog had licked. The threo children, Ernest, Paul and Juanlta, (Continued on Eifjhth Page) P Brand" WKt Every m DOt 0&i We are selling positively the best shoes on earth. If we could find better s-oes than "STAR BRANDS" made by Roberts, Johnsonl& Rand Shoe Co , St. Louis, we would buy anchell them to you. But it has been proven to us beyond a shadow of doubt that ''Star Brand Shoes Are Better'' and we will sell you nothing else. If you had a chance to go through either of the 1 1 big "Star Brand" Specialty factories where a mass of high class, well paid shoe experts make just one line of shoes, see every detail ol the making of "Star Brand" shoes and know they are made of good leather and nothing but leather, you would be pretty nearly convinced, would't you, that they are the shoes for you to wear? But after you have worn them and find that you never had to "break them in," that they felt good every where and that they looked nicer and , lasted longer than any shoe you ever wore, no power on earth could keep you from wearing '-Star Brand ' shoes the rest of your life. We are enthusiastic over "Star Brand" shoes. Your first pair will make you enthusiastic, too. We have them at all prices for everybody. Always a pleasure to show them come in. We Walk On Stars, So Can You. A. C. FULLER "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" HOME TEAM WINS GAME Prove Victors in Contest with Libby Team by Score of 4 to 0, After two unsuccessful attempts at a Sunday ball game in Porrysburg, both postponed on account of rain, tho first game of tho season was play ed on tho Perrysburg grounds last Sunday afternoon, when tho Libby team, a strong aggregation from To ledo, crossed bats with tho local team. Despite the fact that tho homo team had had but little practice, they played an excellent game which, coupled with tho flno pitching of Charles, enabled, them to win from tho visitors by a score of 4 to 0. Only threo hits woro mado off Charles' delivery, ono of them a twobagger. Ho was rather wild, passing six men, but always tightening up in tho pinches and by tho aid of his sup port, put them away by tho shutout route. Tho stick work of Pringlo for tho home team was a feature, his batting average being 1000, getting threo sin gles and one double out of four times at bat. Altogether tho homo team played a good game and the Indications aro that Perrysburg has one of tho strong est allhomo teams in the history of tho village. While tho attendance was small at tho Sundny game, the good, showing made yill no doubt have a tendency to Increase the enthusiasm among tho local fans with tho result that thero will be a much larger crowd at tho next game to bo played hero Sunday, (Continued on Eighth Page.; i Torturing eczema spreads Its burn ing area every day. Doan's Ointment quickly stops its spreading, instantly relieves tho itching, cures it perma nently. At any drug store.