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''fy " 'vijthI Mi PERRYSBURG VOL.LXIV-ED. L. BLUE, PuWlslior. PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0 THURSDAY, 00T0BER 5, 1910. $1.00 IN ADTAUOE-HO. 33 FAILED TO APPEAR T RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Toledo Football Players Disap pointed tho Perrysburg Team. Perrysburg Sidewalk Case Decided in Favor of Defendant. Need of an Officer in Perrysburg Very Apparent. Somo Presidential Campaigns of Many Years Ago. Concerning Nothing Very Serious But Worthy of Thought. Services for Next Sunday in Several Perrysburg Churches. "'WMtoW - r kS JflL tovA. Jl Jto.JHLw.4S Perrysburg did not open their football season as expected Sun day afternoon. Tho Broadways failed to arrive, and greatly em barrassed tho locals, as there Avas a largo crowd out to see the first game. It may never happen again, so be out next Sunday. The Classers and Maumee Jrs. opened their season Sunday, and tho Classers had an easy victory by the score of 48 to 0. Next Sunday the strong Navys will play tho Perrysburg eleven. Thiswill be a good game and plen ty of rooters should turn out to make the noise. Don't forget tho Classers play ahead of the Perrysburg games, and you get two games for one price. First game starts at 1 o'clock. Second at 2:30. Come early and stay late. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS. Twenty-three examinations are to be conducted by tho statu civil service commission during the month of November according to its official bulletins just issued which will be sent free to all who request the same. Tho more im portant positions to be filled through these examinations are those of ilorists for state institu tion green houses, assistant physi cians for state institutions, dairy men for the new prison farm near London, storekeepers for various state institutions, district deputies to bo employed by the industrial commission and dairy inspectors to bo employed by the board of agriculture. All of these posi tions carry with them a substantial salary, and the appointments will be permanent. A score of other positions will be filled through competitive examinations to be conducted during tho month of November. Bulletins will be mailed free to all who address the commission at Columbus. A postal card will bring it. How Catarrh is Contracted. Mothers arc sometimes so thought less as to neglect the colds which their children contract. The inflammation of the mucus membrane, at first acute, becomes chronic and tho child has chronic catarrh, a disease that is sel dom cured and that may prove a life's burden. Many persons who have this loathsome disease will remember hav ing hud frequent colds at the time it was contracted. A little forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy judiciously used, and all this trou ble might have been avoided. Obtain able everywhere. R. P. BARTON, UNDERTAKER lPERRYSBuno,i Both Phones JOHN ZURFLUH PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles. 006 Monroe St. Toledo, Ohio. Near Michigan Street. Special care will be taken with the repair of all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. DR. B. KINSLEY 3D E lETT? I S T Ofllco Hours: 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 0 p. m. Office upstairs corner Second PXBBYSIIURG. OHIO snd Main Stroeto, The hearing on tho motion to make the temporary injunction permanent in the somewhat cele brated Perrysburg sidewalk case was given a hearing before the Hon. Judge Piatt on Monday. B. F. James represented the plaintiff, while Harrington & Dunn and F. E. Bowers represented defendants Bowers. The court held that J. n. Wilson was not entitled to an injunction in the caso because he is not a property owner on the side of the street where the sidewalk in ques tion is located. Tho plaintiff immediately filed an appeal bond and the case will have a hearing in the court of ap peals. The filing of the appeal operates as a continuance of the temporary injunction until after the case is heard in tho higher court, so the attorneys claim. MARRIED. On Saturday, September 13, 1916, at 9 o'clock a. m., at the resi dence of Rev. W. II. Pheley, oc curred the marriage of Miss Marie J. Simmons to Mr. Carl R. Grimes. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Sim mons, and the groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes, all of Perrysburg. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal pair started for Cleve land where they will spend a week with relatives. On their return they will reside on East Front street, where they will he at home to their friends after November 15th. Many friends extend congratu lations and best wishes. W. C. T. U. MEETINGS. The regular meeting of tho W. C. T. U. will bo held at the home of Mrs. John Koons, on Third street, Tuesday, October 10th. Hereafter tho W. C. T. U. will meet onco a month, tho second Tuesday of each month. By order of the president, MRS. HANSON. Bad Colds front Little Sneezes Grow. Many colds that hang on all winter start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore throat, a tight chest. You know tho symptoms of colds, and you know prompt treatment will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with its soothing antiseptic balsams, has been breaking up colds and healing coughs of young and old for 47 years. Dr. King's New Discovery loosens tho phlegm, clears the head, soothes tho irritated membrane and makes breath ing easier. At your Druggist, 50c. Main Twenty-seven T.J. SULLIVAN DENTIST Henfling Bldg. 310 Conant St MAUMEE. OHIO Reasonable Prices and Best Work Guaranteed. Oflico hours 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Bell Phono. FREDERICK C. AVERILL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW 818 Spitzer Buildin? TOLKDO, OHIO Recent burglaries in neighboring towns and counties demonstrate the great need in Perrysburg of a police officer for night duty in Perrysburg. Maumee has such an officer and un less conditions change very soon, Per rysburg will probably have reason to regret not having such protector. If overy business man in towu-would pledge to contribute to the fund for his salary, and he would not only be a protection against burglars, but an additional safeguard against fire. Hero's work for the Civic association. A MINUTE'S TALK ABOUT THE COURT OP APPEALS. On November 7th the voters of the 6th Appellate District, coin posed of Erie, Huron, Sandusky, Ottawa, "Wood, Fulton, "Williams, and Lucas counties, will have an opportunity to vote for one judge of the Court of Appeals. This court consists of three JUDGE S. S. RICHARDS, Clyde, Ohio. judges, two of whom live in To ledo, Lucas county, and one in Clyde, Sandusky county. Of the Toledo judges, one lias four more years to serve, and the other has two years. The judge whose first term is about to expire is Silas S. Richards, of Sandusky couny, who has effi ciently and honestly served the Gth District during his first term. As will be noticed, Judge Rich ards is tho only member of the Ap pellate Court from our district who does not live in Toledo. lie is seeking re-election. It speaks well for Judge Rich ards that in the seven counties out side of Lucas tho counties that contain considerably more than half of the population, and from which at least one appellate judge should come not one man would run against him. Judgo Richards' only opponent is from Toledo. In a thickly popu lated district containing over 3000 square miles, why centralizo the Appellate Court in Toledo? It is a non-partisan office, and in fair ness should be non-sectional. Let it remain the Gth Appellate Dis trict not the Toledo Appellate District by continuing Judge Richards on tho bench. Issued by S. S. RICHARDS. BRADNER WINS THE BANNER AT E. L. RALLY. In the Epworth League rally of the Pindlay district, Bradner was awarded the banner for having the largest per cent of its members present. Fostoria was second. Dr. Warren Dunham of Lima, spoke to moro than 400 members from 18 leagues. Depsondency. When you feel discouraged and de spondennt do not give up but take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and vou aro almost certain to feel all right wunm a aay or two. Despondency is very often due to indigestion and bil iousness, for which these tablets aro ontlnntnllvr irnli.nlilA A14nlnnl.Tn .... wui.ww.M..,, mmiiuiv! uuwhiiuuju uywry" i Yrtjero, I 111 the presidential campaign of 1872 the Republican ticket was headed by (ien. Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois, for persident, and Hon. Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts, for vice president. In this year a great many Republicans had be come dissatisfied with the adminis tration of the regular organiza tion, and had seceded. They formed a little party of their own, and styled theinselvcs "Liberal Re publicans." The real cause of their leaving tho old party I do not know, nor docs it matter here. They met, had a convention, and nominated Horace Greeley, of New York, for president, and B. Gratis Brown, of Missouri, for vice presi dent. The Democratic party made no nominations at all, but their convention endorsed the nominees of the Liberal Republicans. The campaign of this year was not nearly as exciting as had been the one of four years previous. Both of the parties erected poles after tho campaign was opened in due form, and tho customary speeches were made and rallies held, also both parties had' their marching clubs for the usual torchlight parades. There were also quite a number of poles erect ed by private parties during this campaign, the most noteworthy of which was a fine hickory pole raised by tho late John G. Knoll, near his residence on the north side of Third street, about midway between Walnut and Cherry streets. Mr. Knoll was at one timo postmaster of our village, when the postoffice was located on Front street, where the residence of Fred Hillebrand now stands. Another fine pole of this campaign was the white ash pole erected by Charlie Kreps, son of George Kreps, dry goods merchant, at his home on Second street. This pole was somewhat unique, in that it was raised far up in tho branches of a large tree in the grounds of the Kreps residence, and though the polo was not so tall in itself, the ilag on it was plainly visible for a long distance. Also in this campaign it was noticeable that most of the poles carried two Hags, one large flag of our country at the top, and underneath it a long streamer bearing the names of the respective candidates. There were also a great number of poles of various sizes put up in this cam paign by mere boys ranging in age from 10 to 16 years, who knew nothing of politics, but who thought the party to which their father belonged was "the" party. Whenever any of these poles were to be raised all of the boys in the neighborhood turned out to help tho proceedings, and they usually went through tho sanlo ceremonies as did their elders. One of these poles was the proud possession of the writer, and consisted of the longest hickory hoop-pole which could bo obtained at the stave fac tory, near the railroad, and the little Hag (which was presented to me by my dear old friend, John Crattic, the one-time general utili ty man at the old D. & M depot), (Continued on Eighth Pago.) Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches. The dull throb of neuralgia is uickly relieved by Sloan's Liniment, tho uni versal remedy for pain. Easy to apply; it quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore muscles. Cleaner and more promptly effective than mus sy plasters or ointment; does not stain tho skin or clog the pores. For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism, gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation in insect bites, bruises, bumps and other minor injuries to cnuaren. uot a bottlo to day at your Druggist, 2Cc. No, Mr. hunter! You have no right to tramp over the farms and shoot upcvery bit of gamo to bo found, merely because you have a hunter's license. If you wish to play safe you must have the writ ten or verbal consent of the land owner. With the amount of inspection that prevails it is difficult to under stand how illness of any character can prevail. The Grocer's advo cate makes the following cry: An inspector's in the ice box, An inspector's on the root, An inspector's in the stable, To examine Dobbin's hoof: An inspector's midst the canned goods, An inspectors alter germs Which he thinks aro in the butter, And another after worms; For wo swear by sanitation And the "healers" need the kale, And the over-taxed consumer No one listens to his wail. NATURE FAKER. A Hen is not supposed to have much com mon sense or tact, Yet every timo she lays an egg shn eneklos fnrtli tlin fnpK A Rooster hasn't got a lot of intellect to show But none the less most roosters have good sense enough to crow. Rut Man the greatest masterpiece that na ture could devise, Will often stop and hesitate be fore he'll ADVERTISE! BATES. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liminer spent Sunday with L. H. Limmcr. Mr. and Airs. Thomas Warren spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs. Orson Broka. Mrs. Clyde Phillips spent Sun day evening in Toledo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips. Mr. Clifford Jacobs and Joseph Swartz autocd to Toledo Friday evening and were guests at the homo of Miss Margaret Rich. Mrs. Geo Driftmyer and child dren were Sunday callers in Toledo. Miss Alta Limmer called on her sister Airs. C. Phillips Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Zcims and grandson Walter, Mr and Mrs. Frank Sholtz were Sunday callers at the home of C. A. Bower at Greenwood. Mrs. T. J. Zeims entertained her club last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hatker and son Norman spent one evening of last week with Mr. and Mrs. O. Broka. Mr. and Mrs. II. Peterson, Miss Tracy Swartz, Chas. Crowly and E. G. Dresbaugh were Sunday evening visitors at the home of O. F. Broka. Miss Verna Zeims spent Sunday afternoon in Toledo. flBV - L rm m . i " III Rlllllllllllllll I A(OTN111Q1P ' IS LIFE'S BEST HfeORfiNCE IN time of death the hank account proves itself the BEST KIND of insurance. You can get your money IMMEDIATELY and without question. During life tho hank account proves EQUALLY VAL UABLE, provided it is kept at a figure that really insures, and it payB BETTER INTEREST. Get your cash in the bank. Leave it there. You can't beat that "kind of insurance. This requires DETERMINATION and sometimes SELF SACRIFICE. But it pays. A bank account WITH US is your BEST POLICY. Make OUR bank YOUR bank. We pay 4 per cent interest on Certificates of Deposit. 3 (&tmm lanlttng (Emttpattg PERRYEBURQ, OHIO. TE(K OJ4JBST BANK IN VOOD .COUNTTf ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sunday, October 10: Sunday School at 9 :00. English service at 10:00. Immediately after service a meeting will be held at which all the voting members of the congre gation are supposed to bo present. A matter of great importance for the congregation will be decided. Next Saturday, October 9th, at 9:00, the Bible School will begin. All children of the congregation between the age of 12 and 14 ycai's are expected to attend. P. KLUEPFEL, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. Daniel Carter, D. D., Pastor. Services Sunday, October 8th, 191G: Sunday School, 9:00 a. m. Public worship, 10 :30 a. m. Epworth League, 6 :00 p. m. Public worship, 7:00 p. m. Sermon subjects, "Failures" and "The Mighty to Save." Mid-week prayer meeting Thurs day evening, 7 :30 p. m. The pastor will give the first talk of a series on prayer. All official members in any department of the church's work are earnestly requested to at tend. Epworth League topic, "Wit nessing for Christ." John 1:41.42; Psalm 40:10; Acts 1:8. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rally Day We should rejoice to have everybody in our beauti ful village rally at some church, Sunday, October 15th, at 10:30, the hour and day our church and Sunday School observes. We cordially invite you to meet with us. You will enjoy the hour and the exercises. Next Sunday at 9:30 our Sun day School meets with the inter esting lesson for study, "Paul Be foro Felix." Acts 24:10-21. W. II. Roose, superintendent. Men's Bible Class at this hour has a hearty welcome for all men. Morning worship and sermon at 10:30. Communion and reception of members at this service. Even ing service at 7:30. Dr. W. H. Continued on Eighth Face. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded to Doan's Oint ment. 50c at all stores.