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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
HOGS SAVED H C Have your hogs Cholera? Do they show any symptoms of Cholera? Are you feeding the worms that destroy Hogs? We have a GUARANTEED CURE FOR HOG CHOLERA Have used it for the past four years with same results. If your hoRs ae not doing well or infected with worms, our National Hog Tonic will give them an appetite and eause them to take on flesh in a remarkably short time. Our Remedies are guaranteed or money refunded. If you have Cholera or wish to immune Hogs against it, write or call us by phone at our expense. Our men will come to your farm and treat your hogs, giving a written guarantee to refund charges should they die. We do just as we agree and can save your hogs from Cholera, or if they are now sick, can cure them. If we do not, the money paid for treatment is returned to you. You are out nothing, we run the risk, and you have all the gain.. We could not do this were we not sure of results. THE NATIONAL CHEMICAL & PHARMACAL CO. 1810 North 12th St., Toledo, O. Home Phone Main 1623 Bell Phone Main 217 $750 Five-Pascnger Touring Touring Roadster $725 Prices J.o.b. Toledo ', N Electric control buttons on the steering column literally place the control of the Overland atf your fingers' ends. The Overland is, we believe, one of the easiest cars in the world to drive. " 1 Call, teleiiUone or write for demonstration i FRANK LOOMIS, Agent, PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Overland 83 Advantages POWER 3S Horsepower BEAUTY Streamline Body PRICE No other car with Motor vesign Design COMFORT Divan Up- CONVENIENCE notstcrv; Long, unaer- corurw uuuons slung Rear Springs and barge t ires MAGNETO IGNITION i-enm ww vnysim 110 E Additional Local. Mrs. Emma "Williams ivas the Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. S. J. Lang. ' 4 Mr. arid Mrs. C. Thornton en tertained relatives from AVcston last week. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Perry and son John visited in Toledo on Thursday. For baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts and bruises, mamma's sore throat, grandma's lameness. Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. 25c and GOc. Adv. Mrs, "W. Gross of Toledo vis ited Mrs. G:. Holbrook a few days last week. ATOM.irai C0NY1N 4 T'l fc&AkctiUor. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm HOTHING that wc could V convince you of the value of Chamberlain. - Tablets as a personal trial. We can tell you of thousands who 'have been permanently cured of clitonic constipation, indigestion, .biliousness, sick headache and dlsordersof the stomach and Iwer, but this will have lilll&wefaht with you as compared to a personatmau A hat HOLERA v inesc auvuiuuiv ihiu Electric spectjicauons can oe naa elsewhere at even cdniid craMy higher price on nicer- Mr. and Mrs. T. Tracy Jr. spent the -week end -with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Tracy Sr. at Itiver Home. Ilubbell Puller has gone to West Virginia, whore he will enter college. Hub's musical talent and ability enables him to obtain spe cial advantages there. Miss Marion lioo.se expects to enter Wellesley College on Mon day. Miss Gertrude Roose chose Columbia of New York, while George Roose pinned his faith on f OJjerlin. Miss Tina McKnight was a guest at the golden wedding anni versary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Ilixson in Toledo last Saturday. The Uixsons were former residents of Bowling Green. sav would so thoroughly always convinces. Additional Local. NEW M. E. PASTOR. Rev. Daniel Carter comes from Fwyetto, Ohio, Defiance district, to Porrysburg, as previously an nounced in the Journal. Rev. Baumgardner was assigned by the West Ohio conference to the spe cial dvangclistie work, and will make his h'ome in Toledo, 42!) Se gur avenue. Rev. Carter will fill the pulpit here next Sunday niorn- j ing and evening. Miss Zc'lmn Brittou spent Thursday last with her sister, Mrs. Roy Spilker. - Mr. James Wetmoreoi! Toledo was the guest of his sister,' Mrs. E. 13. Oblinger, on Monday. Misses Eve and Bertha Ililla brniid were guests, of friends at Toledo Beach over Sunday. Mrs. Nettie 13. Green, of San Antonio, Tex., is visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. Ivline, for a few weeks. Miss Helen Mayer and Mr. Earl Humes of Toledo were guests of Mr. Albert Palir and wife Sun day. Mr. Claire Sricck, one of the efficient employes of tlje Citizens' Bank, started on his vacation on Monday. Mr. Chas. Lober and wife and Miss Emma and Fred Lober, re turned from a motor trip to Ni agara Falls. . Mrs. Elizabeth Parker of Mon rooville accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. Roc on their return from Chi cago Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roe at tended the regimental reunion of the 123d 0. V. 1. at Chicago Junc tion last Wednesday. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW WKat a Heap of Happiness it Would Bring to Perrysburg Homes. Hard to do housework with an ach ing back. Brings you hours of misery at leis ure or at work. If women only knew the cause that Backache pains often come from weak kidneys, 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Read what a (Perrysburg citizen says: Mrs. J. Ranker, Sixth St., Perrys burg, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills were recently used in our home for a dull, heavy ache across the small of the ba.ck, lameness and soreness through the loins and trouble with the kidney secretions. They lived up to all the claims made for them. The good results that have followed the use of Doan's Kidney Pills in our family warrant me in. endorsing them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Ranker recommends. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. STUNG IN A NEW PLACE. A man and a woman dropped into a small town and put up at the best hotel. The next morning they secured a rig each, and started over the country asking the farmer folks for a chicken for nn orphan's home in St. Louis. After two days begging they sold the chickens to a local produce man for $30 and left town. Their loot included several cash dona tions. A variation of the scheme is for a man, wearing some sort of badge, to call on the farmers under the name of the Department of Health and demand to sec his poultry. After examination he condemns twenty or thirty hens and tells tho farmer they will have to be killed because they are dienscd. Ho very kindly offers to take the chickens and do tho killing himself. If the farmer consents, the man takes the chickens to the nearest commission merchant and sells them. The scheme is being worked all over the country. If a man or woman calls oil you with a demand that looks suspicious, call up your local authorities' and ask by what right thej' are asking to inspect your stock or poultry. When you got the answer, turn them over tp the police. 'What. 8 thtfBesfFoiiiBdy For jKUwrife Constipation? mmtk$ 'Thiaii a quution naked ua many timea each day. Tuft answer in , . , Wo guarantee them to be latUfnotory ioyovji. flpldpnJybyuMOccatay 1 " " Ci P. Gbompnoy," L Continued from First Pago. tho agricultural college, won a total of S71 of the SI 00 offered by tho Pair Bonrd as prizes. How much bread do you obtain from 1 pound of flour you use? When is it desirable to use sponge in baking bread? How long should bread bo allowed to raise? Do you know what causes the poor flavor, the coarse grain and texture in bread? Many women think that breadmaking is dependent upon luck. Sometimes their bread is good; other times, they have "no luck" with it. The women who secured the bulletin of the Exten sion Service of Ohio State Universi ty, on "Bread" know that luck is not a factor in breadmaking. Requests continue to come in for the bulletin, which will be sent upon application. To thu Public. "I feel that I owe the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of grati tude," writes Mrs. T. N. Witherall, Go wanda, N. Y. "When I began taking this medicine I was in great pain and feeling terribly sick, due to an attack of summer complaint. After taking a dose of it I had not long to wait for relief as it benefited me almost imme diately." For sale by all dealers. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following list of letters re main uncalled for nt the Perrys burg postoifice : Charles Allen, Miss Mattie Purt ir, 2; Erwin Price, P. Pinniger, Miss Racheal McDaniel. John Fddy, Florence Barnes, Lila Back us, J. A. Brooks, 2; Laura Sargent. Biliousness 'and Constipation. It is certainly surprising that any woman will endure the miserable feel ings caused by biliousness and consti pation, when relief is so easily had and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a year ago I used two bottles of Cham berlain's Tablets and they cured me of biliousness an'd constipation." For sale by all dealers. As an evidence of appreciation of his ability in the freight depart ment of the B. & 0. Railroad Com pnny. Mr. Chas. Van Norman of rYrrysburg lias been appointed traveling freight agent for the company, with headquarters at To ledo. Van lias been a hard worker in his chosen business and his pa tience and careful methods have boosted him to his present excel lent position. . You Can Enjoy Life ' Eat what you want and not bo troubled with indigestion if you will take a l&iCa$JL Dyspepsia! ii Tablet before and after each meal. Sold only by ua 25o a hox.j' " " C. P. Champney. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OK OHIO EXEMPTING PUHLIC IIONDS FROM TAVATK1V Uc it rnolwd I by the General Assembly of the fctole of Ohio: Section 1. A proposition shall be submitted to tho electors of tho State of Ohio, on the first Tuesday utter the first Monday in November. 1U1B to umend Article XII or the Constitution of the State of Ohio by thu addition of Section 12, to reaii as follows : " JOINT RESOLUTION ProiKMlriK a supplement to article XII of the constitution of the state of Ohio, by the addition of a section to bu deals, nutcd section 12 of article XII, relntlve to the exemption of bonds from taxation. He it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio. Three-fifths of the members elected to both houses concurring therein: That there shall be submitted to the electors of this stale in the manner provided by lnw, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 11I1B, a proposal to supplement article XII by an additional section to be des iirnatcil section 12, article XII of the consti tution of Ohio to read ua follows: Section 12. Bonds of the state of Ohio, or of any subdivision or district thereof, author ised by law to issue bonds, issued on or after January 1, l'JIG, shall be exempt from taxation. He it further resolved. That at. such election above referred to this supplement shall be placed on tho olllclal ballot, in the manner pro. vlded by law and deslBnaled as follows : "TO EXEMPT HONDS 1SSUEU ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 11)10. OF THE STATE OF OHIO. OR ANY SUB-niVrSlON OR DIS THICT THEREOF AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO ISSUE BONDS, FROM TAXATION," or in other lunsuaKC sufficiently clear to designate it. If adopted this supplement shall take effect on tho first day' of January, 1010. CHARLES D. CONOVER. Speaker of the House of Representatives; C. J. HOWARD, President pro tem of the Senate, Adopted April 27, 1915. United States of America, State of Ohio. Oirice of tho Secretary of State. I. C. Q. IHLDEURANT, Secretary of State of tho State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the forcKoinx is an exemplified copy, carefully compared by me with the orlidna rolls now on filo In this olTIro and In my official custody as Secretrary of Slate and found to bo true and correct, of a joint resolution, adopted by tho General Assembly of the State' of Ohio, on the 18th duy of April, A. D. 1015, and filed in this olllce on tho 28th day of April A. D. 11)15. en titled "Joint Resolution to Amend Article XII of the Constitution of Ohio by the adoption of Section 12." In .Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and allixed my official seal at the City of Columbus, Ohio, this 25th day of June, A, D. 1015. C. Q. IIILDEBRANT, Secretary of State. (Scall AUTHORIZATION OF PUBLICATION, Department of Public Printing of Ohio. Publication of the above proposed amend ment to tho Constitution of Ohio, under Sec Hon 3 of an act entitlid, "An act relatinK to certain proposed amendments to the Constitu tion of Ohio and the publication thereof," passed b'y tho General Assembly of Ohio, .April 28, 1013, and as amended April 26, 1015, is authorized by tho Department of Public Print in of the State of Ohio. JOG E. CROSS, 5Pif ' pupervlior pf Pulijlp Pilntlfiff) ChSBdlren Cry Tho Kind You Have Always in uso lor over iu years, "U. uas been inntlo under his pcr-f?- -,' aonal supervision since its infancy. GUCSU4Ct Allow UO OHO to tlo.vi'.lvn von in tills. ifp .j All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health o Infants una Children Experience uuuinst Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Cnstorla is a harmless snhstituto for Castor OIJ, Pnro goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other JJurcotlo suhsuuicc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allnys Feverlshness. Por moro than thirty years it lias hecn in constant uso Jor tho relief of Constipation, , Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sloop. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. ENUBNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the (KJ'UA44 In Use For Over SO Years The Kind You Have Always Bought IK CRNTAUH COMPANY. NCW VOWK CITY. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Eatato of EllziiM. Wullacodeceascci. Charles T. Wallace has ben appoint ed aud qualilkd as Administrator with the Will Annexed'of the estate of Eliza M. Wallace late of Wood County. Ohio. deceased. Dated this 27h day of Auij- ust A. D., 1015. CHAS. R. NEA'RING, 28c Probata Judere of said County. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Mary J. Smith deccised. George A. Powers bas been appoint ed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Mary J. Smith late of Wood Countv, Ohio, deceased. Dated this !S0th day of August A. D., 1015. CHAS. K. NEAWNG. 28c Probate Judge of said Oouniy. I.UOAI. .NOTICU. Jurcmiuh A. Scott, Utloy, if living, the wife of Joseph Utley, Allen U. Howell. Philip Voile, Gabriel Crime. John W. Smith, Cuoi'ku Schwurtz, James J. Key, Puyton II. Key, and Joalah L. (Jriine, and their unknown hulrs, devi sees, personal representative!), succes sors, trustees and ussimis, of ahove uumed defendants respectively, will take notice that on thu 7th day of August, l'JIE, Frederick HUlahruud and Louisa U. lllllubrand. his- wife, and Anna M. Hillllmnid, tiled their certain petition In thu Court of Common Pleus of Wood County, .Ohio, against them as defendants, being Case No, lSlliG in said Court, In which they allege that the are thu owners In feu slmplu ami In the possession of ull thu following des cribed premises situutu in thu Village of Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio, to wlt: In l.otb' numbured 31U and 313 thu "Whole of Out Lot No. 14S tho whole of Out Lots Nos. 173 and 171, said last three parcels containing In all seven acres, more or less. That they and their grantors have been In thu open, visible, notorious, un interrupted and adverse possession of all of said premises for more than llft years lust past, and they are now in tht exclusive pos,session thereof, that said defendants and each of them and each of thulr 3ald respective unknown heirs, devisees, personal representatives, suc cessors, trustees and ussigns, claim to have some right, title and injteruxl In or Hen upon said premises, or 'somo part thereof, but in fact they have no right, title or interust In or lien upon the same or any part thereof, and that all such pretended claims arc null and void. Said defendants are required to file their 'respective answers in said action on or before thu L'nd day of October, 191G. D. K. HOLL.ENI3F.CK. August 12, 1916. Atty. for Plaintiffs Tired ! Aro jno tired? run down? norrouaP la cvorylhlnfl you do an effort? Not It it not lazInoM. You aro 111. Your yBtcm need a tonio. Your Stomach. Kldnoyn and Liver need ctirrinri up. Nolhlnrf will do this butter than Electric 50o. and SI. 00 All Druggists FARE $3.22 Tho lareeat end rnoet costly atcamcr on any uona lor i&uu Dauenucni. "CITY OF ERIE" 3 Magnificent (jSMB tetfMpvv BUFFALO fSjSTho Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" S25SC2l8? UtrrYfcXN CLEVELAND Doily- May 1 ot to Dec 1 at BUFFALO LoaTt Cleveland - - 8.00 P.M. Loava UufTalo 8:001", M, a Arrlvo Duifalo r C-.30A.N. . Arrlvo Clovoland 0:30 A.M. , Ml (Central Standard Time) . , M Connections at DnITalo for Niagara Kalln and ull llaulrm and Canadian points. Railroad tick liy eta rcadine between Cleveland end Bullalo nro cood for transportation on our atoamcra. Aalc .,.... H.lrrf.M.fmt for tlckcta via U. &I1. Lino. fcZ M. .. . Ilcaullfully colored sectional puiilqcliart, rluwlnu both exterior and interior of 'Ilia Great I g Bhlp "ar.EANDIUIU" Bent on receipt of fivo ccnla to covur pontaifO and mulling:, Aloouak I J for oar gj-page pictorial and dcflcriptlvu looklot f re o. I THE CLBVELAND & UUFFALO lwt' IntS for Fleftcltoer's Boright, and which has been ims homo the signature or Signature of' l'UU TOLEDO A MAUJIEIi VALLIST Ik 11. CO. In ISflect KebrauV 1. 1011. Lv.T'do Lv.Tdo P"burg r'burjr Ma'mit ISaet West East Wast North 24 00 48 SI 2f 24 48 12 00 42 36 5 42 6 00 C 24 7 12 'i'oo I 42 t S 10 24 11 12 4 2 t 15 1 02 'i'ii 7 38 2 27 5 IS 7 04 7 22 7 52 I 9 22 10 It 11 14 11 52 12 40 12 10 00 .0 IS 11 St 12 14 10 24 11 12 12 00 12 42 10 02 10 51 28 II (4 (2 1 II 1 2 12 0 11 20 3 34 13 48 12 37 I 12 1 St 1 15 3 24 2 02 4 St I 12 2 61 .... 4 00 2 21 4 48 4 29 4 27 6 II 4 41 6 IE ill 6 12 (08 (OS t 28 I 51 ( 24 7 39 7 12 (24 8 37 b go i it J 48 7 13 10 OS I 28 2 00 19 81 10 34 3 48 00 4V 31 24 12 00 42 se 24 4 (3 38 58 18 41 14 2 49 28 12 10 00 10 48 11 M 18 II 11 14 11 18 12 41 11 12 13 39 9 S3 10 24 11 U TOLEDO, BOWLING GREEN & SOUTHERN TRACTION GO, THE Llmltod TOLEDO-DAYTON LINE. Trains Loavo Maum Ste tlon North. Ma. u. a:38 b. 8:88 a. m. 4:88 p. 10:38 a. m. 8:88 p. 12:88 p. m. 8:8'8 p. Limited Trains Loavo Maumea rn, ta. et tlon South. T:68 a. to. 1:50 p. m. 8iS8 a. m. 8:69 p. m. 11:56 a. m. 5:68 p. m. 1:6t, 9:C0 p. m., Wapakoaeta call. LOCAL CAFia. Southbound tiocal caro leave Maumoo statlaa m follown: 7:13, 8:12, 11:18 o, ra.j 1:13, 8:12, 5:12, 7:12, 8:12, 11:18, 11:40 p. m. sad 12:10 a, m. Northbound Local can arrive at Maumso station u folio wo: 6:48,- 6:33, 7:13, 7:48. 9:48, 11:48 A. U'., 1:48, 8:48, 4:48, 5:48, 7:48. 9:48 P. M. Byoolal cars can be chartered lax tuvr ocnualon at nay hour. For later tnaHaa, Bab Uw agent or adaraatv & P. SMITH, (ton. M . PlncUay, eh TRADC-MAFTKS lull topjrliitita obtained or no ftxl Hmul uiotlol, hki'tchua or pbotoa and brlnf. diMrli'ttim, (.,r FHEC SEARCH and u-jrt on liaivniaitmiy. xo yuiru uipenimcH. HcndS-cviitKhuiip (or HEW BOOKLET full of iwtcnt InformiUou. 11 wlllhtipjoulo (orttino. 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