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PAGE EIGHT. TUP SHKPHKIU) Harold Hell Wright, who Is said to dp tiio most popular of the younger American novelists, with the assis tancc ot Elsbcry W. Reynolds, liab made a dramatization of his most widely read novel, "The Shepherd of the THUs." Its Initial production in Toledo will take place at the Ly ceum tlicatro for an engagement of one week, commencing next Sunday matinee. Mr. Wright Is a man with a mis sion and a message he is a story teller, and when the story ends wo begin a hotter life "along tiro sunlit fields where tho light lingers oven when tho fin is down. ' Wo start tliis journey of "tho higher trail among the hills" because tho gifted writer puts Into our hearts the bene diction of a renewed faith in men and COLLEGE, (Continued from First Bage.) The last 15 minutes now conies and rhe Sophs make one last effort to free themselves. New enforce ments arrive but these are soon over powered and at last the college bell rings, announcing the close of tho rush.. The judges then award the honors to the Freshman class. This is one of tho big events here'. College is closed for the day and the faculty act as judges' while all the re maining students and most of the townspeople turn out to witness the rush. In the afternoon the Fresh men girls entertained tho boys in honor of the victory they won at tho home (and woods) of President Miner Leo Hates. And, oh my, what a glorious timo wo had hot dogs, slam handwlches and what not. My class numbers nearly 100, which Is slightly (?) different from tho class of 1912 of dear old P. H. S. Perhaps you will bo interested in the fact that Hiram won their first football game Saturday when they beat Bethany 7-0 in a very hard fought game. t With best wishes, I beg to remain, Your sincere friend, E. A. CLAY. SAVED I1V HIS WIFE. She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is In danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Balntreo, Vt., is of that kind. 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He calls hlf story a very old story. This is true indeed, for have not (iond and Bad been In reat'i'lcs' conflict since thr da.vn of human life? Here is a play worth seeing In tub day of multitudinous and insipid drama. Here is a plo. The move ment is ever onward there are no retrograde and meaningless eddies Ir this stream of happenings. The cur rent of events seizes yon and takes you on -and on, and when, the end conies you are glad and sorrowful glad because so good a play ends as It does, sorrowful because It ends so soon. Advertisement. MONEY BACK - fur nn rase uf Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that Solace Fails to Relieve MtliACi: liminilV Is a icccnt medical discover v of tin to German Scientists Unit neutralises Uile Acid und Purine the Wood. It is easy to take, and will not effect the weakest stomach. It la KU'uantecd under the Pure Food und Drills law to bo absolutely flee of opiates or harmful drugs of any de scr Iptlon. 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IT'S -llKJHTV I.'IXIJ TO IIH WEI.T. n voir cvx soon in: so nv TVICI.NC SOI, Ci:. "No Special Treat ment Schemes or Fees." .lUST SOI.ACU W.ONi; does tho work "Write today for (he free box, etc. Stlli.VCK lti:ili;i)V CO., HnUle Creek, Mich. 31 e.o.w. Miss Lulu Bayer entertained at a delightful dinner party, at her home Sunday in honor of her guest, Miss Anna Conway of Oxford, Ohio. Miss Cathryn Hufford will attend the District Conyedtion of the Young People at Napoleon, Oct. 15 and 10. Frank Neifer sustained very pain ful injuries when he fell from an apple tree, spraining the ligamenta of his lelt leg. Forrett Sar ver had his foot crushed by a heavy truck. FORTUNES IN FACES. There's often much truth in the saying "her face is her fortune," but its never said where pimples, skin eruptions, blotches, or other blem ishes disfigure it. Impure blood is back of thorn all, and shows the need of Dr. King's Now Life Pills. They promote health and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at C. P. Champney's. JW ST1 W is constination. The bow- their gentle action. VANISHING NATIONS after considerable thinking and dig ging in my momory that I discov ered I wns looking upon tho scenes thnt had been described In one of tho first "yellow backs" I had read when a boy of about twolvo years. TIiobo rocks brought back to my mind tho wonderful and harrowing hard ships endured by tho hero ot thnt re nmrknble talc, and I am quite suro thnt the writer of thnt book hnd ottlicr visited this portion of what is now Now Mexico or thnt ho had rend enough about it to know his location, for It wns up In those hills and rocks thnt the Mexican villain with a band of blood-thirsty Indians hnd chased tho hero and the fair and chnrming lady, whoso escape wns duo to the knowledge of thoso same hills "by tho faithful guide, and It wns just up there where they sought escape and turned loose a reservoir of water thnt had accumulated from n moun tain stream and as it poured down into tho ravine It drowned and thus wiped out the villian and his Indians. Dh, it certainly was a thriller and It all came back to mo after 1 saw those hills and rocks. When I told Rider ibout It and was trying to interest him in the story he removed his old :ob pipe in which ho had been sraok 'ng alfalfa and asked me what I had been drinking up at The Alvarndo at Albuquerque. By-the-way, he was juioktng ten-centers when we started 'rom Toledo on the way west. Passing on through New Mexico we Diitered the state of Colerado, and en joyed the beauties of that mountain ous route through to Denver, where we remained long enough to tour the city and hear the customary tale of the citizens of that beautiful and progressive city and listen to them expatiate upon its wonderful climate and its millions in gold and sunshine. They claim that the sun shines on both sides of the street all day long and part of the night. That the only pure air that Is permitted to hover over this beautiful world was made especially for Denver In fact, Den ver, in the estimation of a Denverite, is the only city In the world that is really worth while. They beat Tole do for bragg and bluff. . It is true that Denver is a fine city and situated about half way between the east and west it has a very fine position, and there is much business there, but the prices of living are so high that one must have a (lying ma chine to get up to them, and a com mon mortal like Wood county people, who have been regularly dining on substantial food like, meat and pota toes, is likely to find himself heart broken and financially busted after partaking of a few regular home style meals. Whenever they get a real life-sized potato in Denver they take a photograph of it and keep it as a relic to show their neighbors that they really had potatoes for din ner They have the finest hotels to be found in any part of the Union, and everything anybody desldes can be had if you have theprice and arc willing to walk home. The next time we go to Denver we will take a few dozen potatoes in our grip, and sell them in Denver for Bouvenirs of a real agricultural country Ohio. The country surrounding Denver is remarkable in many ways. The scen ery is worth starving a few weeks to visit. The Moffett road carries ex cursionists to the highest point in the world that is reached by a standard guage railroad, and on that trip the tourist is transported in a few hours from the warm sunshine and gerani ums to everlasting snows and ice, a perfect paradise for the artist and the lover of nature's wonderwork. From Denver we went to Colorado Springs and found one of the most beautiful summer resort cities in the west. Living there is much easier on one's exchequer than at .Denver, and one of the attractions is a flower ex cursion on the Colorado Midland road where tho train takes tourists out over tho mountains for the pur pose of gathering wild flowers which are truly wonderful for their beauty, By trolley car wo also went over to Manltou the charming town at the foot of magnificent old Pike's Peak. This resort town has many and varied attractions. The trip up Pike's Peak Is worth tho live dollars paid but tho man with a weak heart will do as well to look up instead of riding to the summit. Although the cog road train goes but little faster than a slow "dog-trot" it frequently occurs that passengers ilnd it neces sary to get off at the half-way station and wait for tho car to return. Tho air is so light that it is difficult to draw in enough to fill the lungs Driving up Williams Canyon brought us to the seven falls which seem like a Btroam of silver running over tho rocks and tumbling down Into tho canyon. Wo passed tho tomb of Helen Hunt, a noted wrltor, who wont up into tho canyon and obtained material for ono of hor books, It wns here that sho planned to have her remains interred after Bho had fin ished her work on oarth and tho placo of hor intormont Ib marked by a largo mound of boulders with hor lnltlnls carved in tho bark of an Im mense treo. Sho wished to bo placed at rest in ono of nature's boauty spots. Wo drank from tho wonder ful soda springs nt Manltou, and were Informed that If wo stayed long enough and drank enough wo would llvo forovor, but most of us preferred to como back to Ohio, oven though we might not live'qulto so long. E. L. BLUE. WANTED Tho Cosmopolitan Group requires tho services or n rep resentative in Perrysburg and sur rounding territory, to look after sub scription renewals and to extend cir culation by special methods which hnvo proved unusually successful. Salary and commission. Previous experience desirable, but not essen tial. Whole time or spare time. Ad dress with references, Charles C. Schwer, Tho Cosmopolitan Group, 381 Fourth Ave., Now York City. 32b ATTRACTIONS AT THE VALEN TINE THEATER, TOLEDO. Week of October lltli, 11)12. The coming of Eddie Foy In a new musical success is an announcement that always arouses interest among theater goers. His engagement this year In "Over the River" will be one of the good things of the season when he brings his big company direct from a six months' New York suc cess to tho Valentino theater, Toledo, on Monday evening, October 14th. Mr. Foy has found in this now piece a role where he has full scope for his amusing methods. He Is first seen as Madison Parke, a swagger New York clubman, who awakes after a night with "the boys," only to find himself In the embarrassing position of hav ing been arrested and under sentence to thirty days on Blackwell's Island In his anxiety to keep tho truth from his wife, he plunges into a sea of pre varication and enlists all his friends to help him out. It avails him noth ing, however, and the second act finds him in prison stripes doing the "lock-step" "over the river." His en forced absence from the domestic fireside has been explained to his wife as being a trip to Mexico. In the Inst act, which takes place in a Mexican garden party arranged by his wife in honor of his home com ing, he is said to be better than in all the rest. To assist in the entertainment, there is a "cabaret" scene in which a number of sensational acts are in troduced, including the famous "Ber in Madcaps" and the "Texas Tommy" dancers. Mr. Foy will be well worth a trip to Toledo to see. 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Sidney Spitzer and Stacy and Braun were the only unconditional bids. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,) Lucas County, ) Frank J. Cheney malccs oath that ho Is senior partner of tho Arm of F. J, Cheney & Co., dolriK business In the City of Toledo, County and Statu afore said, and that said llrm will pay tho sum of ONH HUNDRED DOIARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tho use ot HALL'S CATARRH CURR. FRANK J. CHUNKY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 0th day of Ducomber, a. u. issu. (Seal) A. W. GLBASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces ot tho sys tem. Send for testimonials, flee. F. J. CHBNEY & Co.. Toledo, O. Sold by nil DruffKlsts. 7Bc. Take Hall's Family Pills for cousti imtlnn. NOTIOR OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Christina BroBsia, Deceased. Goorgo J, Brossia has been ap pointed and quallliod as Adminis trator with the Will Annexed of tho estnto of Christina Brossia, iato of Wood County, Ohio, deceased. Hatod this 3rd day of Soptombor, A. D. 1012. OHA8. R. NEARING, Probate Judge of said County, KTOjI ' ""i"1"1""1 ;" Mijmi.1. Mill. 53vl I ALCOHOL 3 TEK CENT. ?3c4 Wi simllalliiSiheFboifantlRci'iili IfirwS 'nftu,c Stomachs nndBcw'dsor Promotes DigeslionJCfcecriU rtcss und Kest.Coatalns ncilhcr Opium.Morphinc norMiueraL HOT .NARCOTIC jtefrtofoMDcsmximnim Itenptta Sred" jtlxScnna jhiaSad jSmuionatcSdix Sugar J foramen Fhrrn m .-KWS (-, UIW Anprfort Remedy for Consfira m lion , Sour Stomadi.ntarriioa Worms.Coiwulsions.tcvcnsn nessandLoss of Sleep. km Facsimile Signature or fsRM tin iifc1 LM1 M' NEW YORK. feSSS HeX.'w 1 1 ' wi frjBStirSsilja Guaranteed under ui Exact Copy of Wrapper. COURT HOUSE NEWS. TKAXSFKRS. Laura Rhclnfrank and husband to James S. and Nellie Emery, river tiact 72, ti acres. If 1.00. Edw. Pord Plato Glass Co., to Ma bel Brown Fair, lot 40, Rossford, . Sophia A. Cook, to Mary E. Moul ton, lot 182, Perrysburg, $8,000. Christ and Carrie Lark to Chas. H. Shook, GO acres sec. 32, Ross twp ?U,000. Wm. Vellstead and wife to Harry Thornton, lot fifll, Perrysburg, $900." Oliver Davis et nl, to Jacob Casler, lot 314, Perrysburg, $1.00. Oeo. A. Cupp, to Geo. and Hugh Sidel, lot 413, Cygnet, ?100. Clara E. Hollos, to Jesse L. Wil liamson, lot 233, Frecport, $000. J. E. Reeies and wife, to trustee? Troy twp., 1.43 acres sec. 2S, Troy twp., SI. 09. John Henry Fark to same, less E. 50 ft. lot Jl, Luckoy, $1,175. Frank A. Crosby, to Chas. and Rose Struble, 40 acres sec. S, Grand ftapids twp., $1.00. New Cne. Arthur G., Alfred' R., Alfred, El bert and .Mildred Williams, the latter three being minors, have brought suit against Elizabeth Thompson ev al to set aside the will of Nancy M. V. illiams, deceased, which was ad mitted to probate October 3rd last. She died September 20th. She was the widow ot Albert Williams. The grounds on which they ask for the order setting the will aside are that slip was not of sound mind and was In ill health; that sho was under re straint and was coerced; and that the requirements of tho law In mak ing wills were not observed. Probate Court. Henry P. Shanks appointed execu tor of the will of Nancy M. Williams, deceased. STONY RIDGE NEWS. October 8, 1912. Mr. George Henning and family havo moved into the Empire House, occupying part ot tho second floor, Miss Martha Shafer will now mako her homo with her aunt, Mrs. Shafer, or tins place. Mr. Dotweiler, operator at tho tol egraph office hero, has been trans ferred to a station near Columbus. He will soon move his family. Mori Zollors, of Toledo, was visit ing at his grandmother's, Mrs. Feigh ner, the luttor part of last week. On next Sunday, October 13, tho Annual Harvest Homo Festival will take placo at the St. John's Evangel ical Lutheran church. Services havo been arranged for both morning and evening. Sermons will bo preached by Toledo pastors at both service!.. tho Row Dr. Potts delivering the morning sermon. Collections will bo taken for tho benefit of missions. The now heating system which is being Installed in the parsonage is Hearing completion. A numbor from this place and vi cinity attended the Toledo industrial Exposition during the past two w eoks. On last Thursday, Estell Mason and hor team of Eskimo dogs passod through our littlo town while mak ing hor trip around the world.. Tho sight was enjoyed by many, especially by tho school children. Miss Mason loft Nome, Alaska, Oct. 271908, for a trin of 32.000 miles around tho world, and is scheduled to arrive at tho Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Cal not later than May 1, 1015, PI IS R CAST0R1A For Infants and Cliildron. 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