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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
KfifiSMKSS UMWUUu..mi' r-zrt' TROUBIX! t AN IRRITABLE, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stomach. A man with good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently cured of stomach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suf fering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Try them. They only cost a nHgjHjHKiHBrfe CHURCHANNQUNCFMENTS Services for Next Sunday in Several Perrysburg Churches. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for Sunday, November 8. Sunday School at OiISO a. in. Superintendent, "V. II. Roose, is still reaching out for that attend ance of 150. Ave you giving a helping hand. Lesson Subject: "Sowing, Heaping." Gal. 0:1-12. The Men's Bible class will find this a practical subject. All men cordially invited to be present. Morning service of worship a I 10 :30. Dr. Pheley will preach on the subject of "The Unfailing Christ." In the evening at 7:30 the sermon theme will be, "Doub ling Your Blessings." The many appreciative words spoken of the services last Sunday showed their helpfulness. It would be a pleas lire to have you share these serv ices with us. With 42 present and Prof. Cole leading the Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30 last Sunday was a live hour of uplift and strength for service. So it will be next Sunday. Topic: "Getting Out of Ruts and Keeping Out." Amos 6 :l-8. Miss Beatrice VanNorman, leader. Plan to attend. The Ex ecutive Committee meeting at the home of the President, Miss Grace Hollenbeclc, last Monday evening, outlined a campaign for better ment that is certain to bring the society nearer the top notch of progress. Junior Y. P. S. C. E. meets at 2:30 in the afternoon with Miss Beatrice Van Norman and Miss Dorcas Wetzel in charge. Topic: "flow the Home Missionaries Work." 1 Cor. 9:22, 23. Prayer and Praise Service, Thursday evening at 7:30.' The subject for consideration is "What It Means to Come to Christ." John 6:1-14. This hour makes the rest of the week better. We wouldbo glad to welcome you. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Sunday, November 8, 1914. 9 a. m. Bible School. Observ ance of World's Temperance Sun day. Come and be informed on a living topic of the day. 6:30 p. m. Young People's Topic "Getting Out of Ruts and Keeping Out. If you ever had the experience of getting stuck in the mud, you will appreciate this dis cussion from every view point. 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Rally meeting for the Men's Personal Workers League. Wednesday evening Christian Endeavor. Monthly business meet ing. Thursday, 7 :30 p. m. Mid-Avoek prayer service. to boll Men and Women Wanted quarter. m On Friday, the IVmberville Hi Football Team came to IVrrys burg for the "return" game. They were again defeated by a greater score than was expected, viz., 103 to 0. and yet in spirit thcy were never defeated. Throughout the entire game there was that evi dence of good fellowship on the part of the Pemherville boys, that characterizes the true sport and the gentleman. They fought every inch of the road under adversity that would have discouraged even a more experienced team and yet they always came back smiling and ready for the battle, and finally, when the game was ended, they were "right there" with a good hearty "Kali, Rah" foi Perrysburg, a"nd it was a pleasure to hear them say that "Perrys burg Hi" was the cleanest lot of players that they had met. We are proud of Perrysburg High School this fall. There is a manifest interest in the school that is decidedly encouraging and with the splendid showing of our P. II. S. Football Team we are inclined to a feeling of enthusiasm that has not existed for many years. Keep up the good work, boys, in your school work as well as on the football field, and your friends will always be right with you, ready to back P errysb u r g "against all comers." T,he score for Friday's game was made as follows: Carlton Fink beiner, 1 : Ilubbell Fuller, 1 ; Fred Yeagcr, 2; Ed. Sinister, 3; Orrin Fuller, 8. Goals Kenneth Veitch, 2 ; Ed. Sinister, 11. METHODIST CHURCH. Last Sunday was another great day lor those who went up to God's House to worship. The church was well filled, the singing was excellent and the sermon, on "The Destruction of Sin," was convincing and appreciative. The evening service brought out a large congregation of wet and dry folks. The speaker, Rev. Baumgardner, delivered the goods in fine packages, and all went away feeling that it was good to be there. The vjolin solo of Miss Phillips was well rendered and the people enjoyed it. The male quartette sang to the delight of the audience. Next Sunday's services promise some excellent things in the way of music and gospel preaching. Come, 'my brother; bring your family and sit with us an hour on the Lord's Day. It will help you and the other fellow. You are wel come. S. BAUMGARDNER, Pastor. the most remarkable bargain in U.m,I..Pnr BU1M Everybody's $1.50)$o ucnucaivi i.uv Total $3.00 ) Poron A monthly salary and a liberal com mission on each order. Salaries run up to $250.00 per month, depending on tho number or orders. This work can 'bo done in your spare time, and need not conflict with your present duties. No investment or previous experience necessary. Wo furnish full equipment free. Write for particulars to THE HIDGWAY COMPANY, Spring' and Macdougal Sts., New York DANCING DOLLS WITH "THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS," At the Valentino Theatre, four days, commencing Sunday, Nov. Sth Frank Smithson, the veteran producer, declares that the musical play, "The Girl of My Dreams" is the most perfectly constructed piece he has seen. So far it has not been necessary to change any part of it. This is verv remarka ble, as most musical comedies are bits of theatric mosaic, the produc er being the master mind, assisted by manager, actors, artists, and au Auditorium Theatre. f-.'-' BLOCKADED Every Household in Perrysburg Should Know How to Resist It. If your back aches because the kid neys are blockaded. You should help the kidneys with their work. Doan's Kidney Pijls are especially for weak kidneys. Recommended by thousands home testimony proves their merit. Mrs. Caroline E. Walters, Sixth and Cherry Sts., Perrysburg, says: "I had sharp pain in my back and shoulders and I could hardly get up from a chair. I was made miserable by dizzy spells and headaches. Hearing that Doan's Kidney Pills were good for such troubles, I used them and they gave me prompt relief. I felt like a dif ferent person, being able to sleep and eat well and having no pains or aches in my back. The cure has lasted and I am so grateful that I don't hdsitato one minute in confirming the endorse ment I have given Doan's Kidney Pills before." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that Mrs. Walters had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 Candy a Good Food. , Ono ofton hears discussions as to whether candy is a good or a bad thing to oat. Tho truth is that moat of tho Minrtv sold hero In America la of gooc' quality, and as It contains sugar and glucose It lfl a good food, Ono point Bhould never bo forgotton In regard to candy namoly, that although It la a healthy nnd'nutrlltvo food It should always bo oaten after meals. If it Is oaton boforo meals It destroys tho ap petite and thus makoe pooplo eat loss than thoy Bhould of their ordinary ar tlclns of diet, , - L !. " -xie , vatm ,-smr t ?sj&'8mm 7. V& .-," tA4.'ZZZ,M3PZ ssr ;, thors. Mr. Humphreys is an Eng lishman whose first work in New York, "The Girl from Paris," which he produced in 1905, for E. E. Rice, playing the part of the iras cible Major. Since then his re cord has been cne of continued success as a musical comedy stage director. Novelties, youth and melody are said to be the chief ingredients of "The Girl of My Dreams." MARIE DRESSLER. Miss Marie Dressier, the funniest woman on the American stage, and a comedienne of exceptional versatility, has choren as her vehicle for the pres ent season, a new comedy entitled "A Mix Up," which will be presented under the direction of the Messrs. Shubsrt, at the Auditorium theater, Sunday evening, November 15th, only. The farce was written by Parker A. Huid, and concerns the mis-adventures, serious and comic, of a musical comedy actress who gets into the wrong flat by mistake. The develop merts that ensue come with such lightning-like rapidity that there isn't a. dull moment in the course of the three acts. It would be unfair to pros pective patrons to spoil their pleasure by narrating in detail all the funny incidents and humorous complications which crowd one upon another, but suffice it to say that Miss Dressier has never had a funnier or more amusing role. To describe merry Marie Dressier as I "the funniest woman in the world" may, perhaps, seem an exaggeration, but when one considers the amazing versatility of this exceptional comedi enne, who can change from the broad est comedy to the most delicate and subtle humor, one must confess that she is absolutely without a parallel in the realm of amusements. State of Ohio, Insurance Department, Colum bus, March 1, 1914. I, R. M. Small, DeputJ and ALting Supt. in absence of the Super intendent of Insurance of the State of Ohio, do hereby certity that the 3 Western Assurance Company, located at Toronto, in the Dominion of Canada, has complied in all respects with the laws of this State, applicable to ,it, and is authorized during the current year to trans act in this Stateon the capital stock plan its appropriate business of insuring property against loss or damage by fire and lightning and tornadoes, and making all kinds of in surance on goods and other property in course of transportation on land and water and on arty vessel or boat, as prescribed in Section 9a 10, paragraph first. General Code of Uhio. ?ts condition and business, on 'the. thirty-tirst day of December of the year next preceding the dau hereof, is shown by its statement, recfuircd by law, to be as fol lows: Aggregate amount of available assets, $2,578,165.43; aggregate amount of liabilities (except capital), including re-insurance, re serve, ?l,5.M,276.76f net assets, $1,053,888.67; surplus, $1,053,888.67; amount of income for the year in cash, '$1,895,374.30; amount of expenditures for the year in cash, $1,72, 365.59. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my official seal fo be affixed, the day and year first above written. , seal R. M. Small, Deputy & Act, Supt, in absence of Supt. of Ins. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho lt6&&tff&caf Signature r Tired! Are you tired P run down? nervonsF Is Yeryiliinfj 70a do an elfort? No I it is net laxineis. You are ill. 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Magnificent Steamer "SEEANDBEE "City of Erie" and "City of Buffalo" Daily CLEVELAND and BUFFALO May i.t to Dec in Lrjra CWeland . 8.00 P. M. L-iit Buffalo . . 8 00 P. M. Airivo BuflUlo 6:30 A. M. Arrive CleveUod . 0 JO A. II, (frntral Standard Time) Oi.tnfTl!ona at llufialo for NUgarm Falls and all Ea.u-rn and Canadian Palnta. klmllroad tickets n-udlnK between Cleveland and llufTalo are good for transportation on oar ateamers. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via C. & II. line. Write us fur liandtome Illustrated boklet free. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland. O. HOTEL 200 ROOMS COLUMBUS Long and 5th Sts. COLUMBUS, O. FIREPROOF tOOMS 51.00; with Private Bath $1.50 TRADC-MARKS and copyrights obtained or no fen. bena moiiei. tKcLcues or nnotou ana uneL description, for FREE SEARCH and atport on patentability, zu years expenenco. Send l!-cent stamp for NEW BOOKLET. full of patent information. It will iiclp you to fortune. READ PACES 11 and U before applying for a patent. Wmo to-day. D. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. 1303 Soventh St.. Washington, D. C. XOT.cn OP SALE OP IIOM1S. Sealed bids will bo received by the undersigned at his olllee In I'errysburtr. Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon on Monday, November 30, 1314, for the purchase of forty bonds of said Village of Perrys burs of tho denomination of DUlLoo each, aKKresatlnK $20,000.00, dated No vember 1, 1U14, payable $1,000,00 on August 1, 101G $1,000.00 on August 1. 1017 $1, fiUJ.OO on August 1, 1U1S $1,500.00 on August 1, 1019 $1,500.00 on August 1, 1920 $1,500.00 on August 1, 1021 , $2,000.00 on August 1, 1322 $2,000.00 on August 1, 1923 $2,000.00 on August 1, 1324 $0,000.00 on August 1, 1925 annd bearing Interest at the ratoof six per cunt per annum, payable, on August 1, 1915, and semi-annually, thereafter, issued In anticipation of special assess, nients to pay tho estimated cost and ex pense of the Improvement of Louisiana Avenue from Indiana Avenue to Grassy Creek In said Village, under authority of Sections 3S21 and 3914 of the General Code of Ohio. 'Salds bonds will bo sold to tho highest and best bidder for not less than par and accrued interest to the tlmo of delivery, ICach bidder must file with his bid a certified check on one of tho banks located In said Village for a sum not less than three per cent, of tho par value of tho bonds bid for, payable to the order of tho Treasurer of said VIHago without condnltlon: to gether with an agroemont In writing that If he Is tho successful bidder for said bonds ho will receive and pay for same on or before iivo days after the acceptance of his bid by tho Council, or forfeit his said check to said Villago au liquidated damages for his default. Tho Village reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Envelopes containing bids should be endorsed "Old for Bonds," and should bo addressed to tho undersigned at Perrysburg, Ohio. JOHN W. IsYONS, w mmx ?7, mVxkm c,orlt' GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the , 9 Signature f$ AJ Use Y For Over Thirty Years TMK CKNTAUR COMPANY. NEW VONK CITY. tUteroomsanil parlor ccom mooting 1200 pai THE TOLEDO Jt MAU3IEE VALLEY H. It. CO. In Effect February 1, 1011. Lv.T'do Lv.T'do P"burg P'burrj Ma'me East West East West North 5 24 6 24 5 42 4 39 7 04 6 00 6 48 6 00 5 IS 7 21 6 48 7 12 6 24 6 03 7 52 7 36 8 00 7 12 8 40 8 24 8 48 6 51 9 28 3 12 9 36 8 00 7 39 10 18 10 00 10 24 8 48 8 27 11 04 10 48 11 12 9 36 9 1C 11 52 11 3U 12 00 10 24 10 03 12 40 12 24 12 48 11 12 10 51 1 28 1 12 1 36 12 00 11 39 2 16 .: 00 2 24 12 48 12 27 3 04 1 48 3 12 1 36 1 15 I 62 d 36 2 24 2 03 4 24 4 00 3 12 2 51 4 40 u 12 .... 4 OU 3 39 6 00 4 48 4 29 4 27 5 28 6 48 6 16 4 45 6 16 5 66 7 36 6 36 5 12 6 03 6 16 8 24 6 00 5 36 6 51 6 40 12 6 24 7 39 7 U4 10 00 7 12 6 24 8 27 7 62 10 48 8 00 9 15 8 48 11 36 8 48 7 12 10 03 9 21 .... 9 36 8 00 10 51 10 1C 10 24 3 48 11 04 11 12 9 36 11 52 12 00 10 24 12 40 11 12 TOLEDO, BOWLING GREEN 6. SOUTHERN TRACTION CO, THE TOLEDO-DAYTON LINE. Limited Train Loavo Maumot Sta tion North, 6:33 a. m. 3:11 n. m. o:uo a. m 10:38 a. m 12:31 p. m 4:88 b. :3S p. m, 8:31 d. m. Limited Trains Leav Maumea Sta tion South. T:58 a. m. 1:88 b. m. 9:56 a. m. 3:66 B. m. 11:56 a. m. 6:SB b. m. 7:66, 9:56 p. m., Wap&konota only. LOCAL CARS. Southbound ' juocal can leavo Maumee station as follows: 7:12, 9:12, 11:13 a. m.i 1:12, 3:12, 6:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:18, 11:40 p. m. and 12:10 a. m. Local cars leav Ft. Meigs' statloa follows: 7:17, 9:17, 11:17 A. M., 1:1T. M7. 6:17, 7:17, :17, 11:10. 11:49 V. M., 12:10 A. M. Northbound Local cars arrive at Maumeo station as follows: 6:48, 6:38, 7:12, 7:B, 9:48, 11:48 A. M.. If48, 3:48, 4:48, 6:48, 7:48. 9:48 P. M. Special cars can Da chartered fez aay ocoasloa at any hour. For tMfee awtiaa, ask the agent or address. 8. V, SMITH, n. Mgr. If you want clean hands- use -m 4. r ,1 v , ML !