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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
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
(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,
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.
"Sho insisted on my using Dr. King's
Now Discovery," writes Mr. F., "for
a dreadful cough, when I was so
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1 els become weak and unable to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain s
Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age
and older on account of
women, a vital love for truth and
beauty, and a deathless nope in iiu
good outcome among the mysteries
brooding where our Pilgrim-way
meets horizon shadows. 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.
fur nn rase uf
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Headache that Solace
Fails to Relieve
MtliACi: liminilV Is a icccnt medical
discover v of tin to German Scientists
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not effect the weakest stomach.
It la KU'uantecd under the Pure Food
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the Sole U. S. AKonts and have over two
thousand voluntaiy testimonial letters
which have been lecelved fioni grateful
people .MllilCi: has testored to health.
Testimonial letters, llteruturo and
I''lti:i3 IIO.Y sent upon request.
It. Leo Morris, piesldent of the First
National bank of Chico, Texas, wrote
tho Solace Company as follows:.
"I wnnt you to send a box of Solace
to my futher In Memphis, Tcnn., for
which I enclose ?1. This lemedy bus
boon used by some friends of mine here
and I only hope It will benefit my father
us It has them. (Sinned) R. L. Morris.
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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,
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.
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.
is constination. The bow-
their gentle action.
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.
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.
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"
Mr. Foy will be well worth a trip
to Toledo to see.
of the fast express means serious
trouble ahead if not removed, so does.
loss of appetite. It means lack of vi
tality, loss of strength and nerve
weakness. If appetite fails, take
Electric Bitters quickly to overcome
the cause by toning up the stomach
and curing the indigestion. Michael
Hesshelnier, of Lincoln, Neb., had
been sick over three years, but six
bottles of Electric Bitters put him
right on his feet again They have
helped thousands. They give pure
blood, strong nerves, good digestion.
Only 50 cents at C. P. Champney's.
Bids for Perrysburg improvement
bonds were as follows.
Sidney Spitzer & Co., Toledo,
1 400.00.
Hayden, Miller fc Co., Cleveland,
Stacy & Braun, Toledo, $780.78.
Provident Savings Bank & Trust Co.,
Cincinnati, $405.85.
Spitzer, Rorick & Co., Toledo, $403.1)0.
Sesonwood & Mayer, Cincinnati
Otis & Co., Cleveland, $871.3n.
Awardea to Stacy and Braun at
(780.78 and accrued interast.
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
each and every caso of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by tho use ot HALL'S
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
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.
Probate Judge of said County,
KTOjI ' ""i"1"1""1 ;" Mijmi.1. Mill.
?3c4 Wi simllalliiSiheFboifantlRci'iili
IfirwS 'nftu,c Stomachs nndBcw'dsor
Promotes DigeslionJCfcecriU
rtcss und Kest.Coatalns ncilhcr
Opium.Morphinc norMiueraL
Itenptta Sred"
J foramen Fhrrn
(-, UIW
Anprfort Remedy for Consfira
lion , Sour Stomadi.ntarriioa
nessandLoss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
tin iifc1
LM1 M'
HeX.'w 1 1 ' wi frjBStirSsilja
Guaranteed under ui
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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
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,
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,
For Infants and Cliildron.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the , 9
Signature A
' ft 111
it i
Thirty Years
In boring for oil in Oklahomn tho
other day prospectors struck a vaot
quantity of good quality writing fluid.
Ah, an ink well.
Dyspepsia is America's curse. Bur
dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspep
sia every time. It drives out Impuri
ties, tones the stomach, restores per
fect digestion, normal weight, and
good health.
The Toledo & Mnumee Valley Ry. Co.
IN EFFECT FEU. 1, 1011.
LvTdol LvTMo Fburg I P'burg IMa'met
E&st West East Weit North
6 24
6 48
7 12
8 00
8 48
9 36
10 24
11 12
12 00
12 4S
5 42
6 00
6 24
7 12
8 48
9 36
10 24
11 12
12 00
12 48
4 39
5 15
6 03
7 39
8 27
9 15
10 03
10 51
11 39
12 27
7 04
7 28
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12 24
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p rur
3 12 1 36 1 15 3 52
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4 00 3 12 2 51 4 40
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4 48 4 29 4 27 5 28
5 16 4 48 5 15 5 66
5 36 5 12 6 03 6 16
6 00 5 36 6 51 6 40
6 24 7 39 7 04
7 12 6 24 8 27 7 52
8 00 9 16 8 40
8 48 7 12 10 03 9 28
9 36 8 00 10 51 10 16
10 24 8 48 11 04
11 12 9 36 11 52
12 00 10 24 12 40
11 12
6 00
6 48
10 00
10 48
11 36
Limited Trains Leave Maumee Sta
- tlon North.
6:33 a. m. 2:38 p. m.
8:38 a. m. 4:38 p. m.
10:38 a. m. 6:38 p. m. ,
12:38 p. m. 8:38 p. m.
Limited Trains Leave Maumee Sta
tion South.
7:68 a. m. 1:56 p. m.
9:56 a. m. 3:56 p. m.
11:56 a. m. 5:56 p. m.
7:56, 9:56 p. m., Wnpakoneta only.
jjocal cars leave Maumee station
as follows: 7:12,9:12,11:12 a.m.;
1:12, 3:12, 5:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:12,
11:40 p. m. and 12:10 n. m.
Local cars leave Ft. Meigs' station
follows: 7:17, 9:17, 11:17 A. M., 1:17,
3:17, 5:17, 7:17, 9:17, 11:10, 11:40 P.
M., 12:10 A. M.
Local cars arrive at Maumee station
as follows: 5:48, 6:33, 7:12, 7:48,
9:48, 11:48 A. M 1:48, 3:48, 4:48,
5:48, 7:48, 9:48 P, M. '
Special cars can bo chartered for
any occasion at any hour. For infor
mation, ask tho agont or address.
CF. SMITH, Gen. Mnr.
CHA8. J.LANEY, Traffic Mgr.
Flndlay, Ohio.
May 1, 1911.
I loft mo with a frightful cough and
very weak. I had spells whon I could
i jimujy uruauiu or speau ror luto 20
uuuuicu. iuy uocior coma notneip
mo, but I was completely cured by
New Dissovery
Mrs. J. B. Cox, Joliet, 111.

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