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R. P. BARTON
Phone Nos. 27 and 901.
I'EKiivsuimn nuMN lUAitKE'r.
Tho tollowlnctirlcca nronalil by Churchill
Co., lor grain uullvcrcil to tho 1'erryshurK clo
Market corrected every wccltbvU. L. Maililv.
Wheat ltcd .. Tfic
Wheat Whlto 7Jc
Uorn shelled '190
corn car "Oc
The DOOR to WEALTH
So when your hens aro healthy you
will huvo ogR9 for the market. This
is tho result of feedinjj
PRATT'S Poultry Food.
Dressed Beet GfftSc
Lard nor 100 16 lOtf tollKc
Balls 03 to 3Kc
Btcore (live) 3J4 to bo
Uows 02 to 03o
Calves (drcsted) Vfi lotyfi
Calves dlvo) J0.?!!0
fork, nor fabi I7 00tojil8 00
Port (live) l.00 to SS-25
Pork (dressed) S7.00 to 87.60
Cnlckons, porlb. (live) (Bprlng) J01"!1
Ohlckons "'(dressed)....-. 10 to 12c
Chickens (oldi llvo 8 to 9o
Chickens (old) dressed - .11 to 12c
Turkeys (dressed) per lb 11 to 12Jc
rurkcyslllvo) ' " 11 to llho
Ducks (dressed) 10 to tic
" (live) 8 to 9c
Potatoes (new) ;0o
apples, por du aOl!
Butter 13S to 18o
Bggs .. Ho
Flour, por bbl, as per fiuality....i-l4 OC to S5 00
rteans - - 00
PRATT'S Cattle Food
For horses and cattlo can't bo beat.
For raising calves Is GOOD, but
Blatchford's Calf Meal
la just splendid and away ahead of
anything yet as a substitute for m tile.
For Salo by
F. JEZZAED & SON.
Gold Filled Frames, (juaranteed 10
years, fitted with our fines1, ground
Gold Plated Glasses fitted to jour
eyes, 81.00. x
Artificial eyes Inserted without oain.
Consultation and examination free.
All work of tho highest class and
LEVITT OPTICAL CO.
Exclusive Expert Opticians,
507 Adams St., Toledo. Ohio.
Ground Floor. 'Phone 65G.
HKY, TI1EKK. HJIK CITY CIDKK MILL
Commencing on the last Thursday of
August and continuing every Tuesday
and Thursday until further notice, the
Lime City cider mill will he in oper
ation for custom trade.
23h T. II. Tinxky, Prop.
Faiim rou llicxT. CO acres of
good farm land in Perrysburg town
ship. None but reliable tenant need
apply. John II. Schultz, 329 West
Front st , Perrysburg. '24b
An Easy Winner.
In. the regatta last Sunday says the
Times, the crack 10-footer Voletta
sailed a pretty raco and did not have
much trouble leaving tho Camille and
Are for women
who care nothing
for style but a lot
for comfort and dur
ability. Lace, $1.25
This is essentially
a warm weather
Mrs. S. SpatlUiliie of MiuilliCb vis
ited in Perrysburg last Saturday:
I). Emch will attend his regimental
reunion to be held at Bryan Aug. 20.
llcv. Durum and wife have re
turned from a visit at Put-in Hay and
Miss Beatrice Schon and Miss
Nellie Scott of Toledo spent Friday
with Mrs. "Will Scott. '
Mines. Frank Xohlo, Al. Dickin
son, "Will Scott and Miss Pearl Noble
spent Tuesday at "Wnlbrldge park.
A. O. Dickinson and wife spent
last Sunday at Monroovllle with Mrs.
Dossier and family, sister of Mr. D.
Contractor Ilrowno expects to
complete the new Presbyterian church
at Scotch Ititlge by the first of Octo
ber. Fred Hoffmann and wife drove up
to Weston on Wednesday last and
made several calls on friends while
Mrs. Matilda Wheeler asks for
divorce from Judson 11. Wheeler,
claiming cruelty and disregard of
Charles Hayes and wife and Mr.
Coen and wife are spending their sum
mer vacation at Ilatton Lake, near
Adam G. Inncs and family of Col
umbus, spent Sunday with llev.
Dumm and family. Mr. Innis. is a
brother of Mrs. Dumm.
Malvern Smith Jones of Silver
Creek, N. Y., who was the guest of
his great aunt, Mrs. Addison Smith,
returned home on Friday.
Dr. E. L. Browne and family of
youth Dakota, aro visiting Mrs. II. C.
Lawrence and other relatives in Per
rysburg and v'einity. They expect to
locate in Bloomington, 111. '
For. Sali:. Eight acres in Perrys
burg, located at the intersection of
Mulberry, Eighth and West Boundary
streets. Price SSOO. Enquire of Alice
Caspers, W. Front st, corner Mul
Hell l'lioiic. Plymouth, 162 Home phone, E, C5
Dr CLAJRENCE S. ORDWAY,
llOVia: WITH Dr. J. 1). ELY.
S to 9 a m. 1163 Oak St.. corner Fasct,
1 to 2 p in. TOLEDO, O.
0 to 7 p in. It G, Pcrryeburi; and Oak street
cars pass, iuc nmcu. i uuuu iiua
responded to. Last car 12:.".0 a m.
Special appointments made.
New oMce In October.
SCOTT'S EMULSION serves as a
bridge to carry the weakened and
starved system along until it can find
firm support In ordinary food.
Send lor free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
5uc and $1.00; all druggists.
. A. Roberts, wife and baby
spent Sunday at Waterville.
-Wesley Dumm spent Saturday and
Sunday with Bradner friends.
George Sclieider and wife were
guests of relatives in Sylvania, Sun
For cement and Hag stone side
walk. Call phone 7S2
Fillip Davis" Of ChlGilgoj Is Visit
ing .t. Davis and family.
F. U. Siler and Miss Anna" Lcth
crcr spent Sunday in Waterville.
Miss Julia Gould and C AV. Hayes
of Toledo were Sunday guests of Jas.
Hayes and family.
-Fou Sali:. House and lot on
Second street. Enquire of Mas. J. B.
Scott, Maumee, O. 24tf
Thomas and Miss Mary Franoy en
tertained Mrs. James Franey of Bucy-'
rus and Mr. McArdel, Sunday.
Dr. W. II. Wise, wife and son,
leave Saturday for an outing of about
ten days at Mackinaw and the Soo
Mrs. James E. Vass and (laughters
and Mrs. Brandt and daughter of Chi
cago are guests of Mrs. Ellis this week.
Mines. Fred Marvin of Toledo and
Chas. Marvin of Fenton, Mich., were
guests of F. Jezzard and family on
For Pale A good fresh milch
cow with calf. Enquire of Hexiiy
Kohl, 2 J miles south of Perrysburg.
-Mrs. II. I). Yanllellen entertained
informally, last Saturday evening at
dinner in honor of the Misses Pryor of
Cincinnati. Twelve covers were laid.
Key. D. S. Bates of Hebron, 111.,
will conduct services at the First
Presbyterian church in the morning
at the usual hour, on account of the
illness of Hov. Adams, who has been
very ill for the past ten clays, but is
Mrs. Henry Betts and children of
Toledo, Mrs. Boley and daughter of
Sandusky, Mrs. llalloway and Miss
Amelia Artz of Chicago Junction,
Philip Betts and family of East Tole
do were guests of Henry Betts and
family and other Perrysburg relatives
the past week.
Property for Sale.
House, barn and four acres, with all
kinds of fruit, on corner of 8th and
West Boundary streets. Call at the
CLOTHING AND SHOES
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Our assortment of BOY'S CLOTHING in
(Norfolk Ventre 3-piece Suits, double breasted
5-piece Suits, and 3-piece Suits with long pants
IS COMPLETE, IN SERGES
FANCY FLANNELS, Etc.
NO SHODDY GOODS HERE.
Boys and Girls Shoes
In a great variety of Lasts and Patterns.
All the Hendersons Red School House Shoes.
Ready to wear, in Prints, Ginghams
SHUGAR BROS. & CO.,
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Mens Working Shoes, $1.25
Mens Viei Kid, 2.00.
Mens Bo Calf, 2.75.
"Woniens Shoes Late Styles, 1.25,
1.50 and 2.00.
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Cor. Louisiana and Fhont Streets. Phone No. 901
N. B. Drop us a postal and we will send you Butter
ick's Catalogue ol Fashions Iree of charge.
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GEO. J. MUNGBR,
Reliable Companies Reasonable 'Rates
II. C. Leydoiif.
Don't Trust to Luck.
Insurance is tho Only Safeguard
ugalnst loss In case o fire.- Our plun
protecte you at small cost. It is insur-
anco that is sure, an Investment that
pays big dividends when most needed.
The best plan Is not to be without it.
Call on tho
C. A. POWERS
Agency for Plro and Tornado Insurance.
A Coupon given with
Highest Price Paid for
John Eckel recently visited in Ann
Arbor where he will attend college
Mrs. Chas. M. Hamilton and son
Harry have returned from their visit
Mrs. Chas. llahcock of JJay City,
Mich., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. II. T Cobb and sou and Mrs.
Ben Emch spent Wednesday visiting
friends in Toledo.
Misses Guy Hollaway and Amelia
Artz of Chicago Junction were guests
of Mrs. A. A. lloberts last week.
"Mrs. Jacob Folgor and daughter
Amelia, of Toledo and Mrs. Ered
Emch oT Sylvania spent Tuesday witli
Miss Lina Emch.
-Misses Stella Carter and Uessio
Van llellen were guests of the Misses
Addie and Hallie Shipman at Iloach-
ton last Saturday.
James Sheridan of Perrysburg,
who has been employed as clerk at tho
St. Charles hotel, Toledo, has resigned
to accept the management of the llurt
House at Decatur. 111.
Tho social given by the young men
of tho M. E Sunday school, was a sue
cess in ovory way, for which thanks
aro duo to the teachers and peoplo for
their liberal patronage and help extended.
Howling Green is making all nec
essary preparations for tho reception
of-tlie veterans of the 21st O. V. I. at
their reunion which will bo held in
that village on tho 17th and 18th of
About twontv-llvo friends of Miss
Mary Uthoil' completely surprised hoi
st her homo on Saturday evening last.
All report a flno time but they will not
say who am tho most justice to ico
cream and cako which was served by
Master Charloy Eckel, while play
ing with a feed cutting machine in
company with somo littlo playmates
at tho homo of his brother, Johu Eckel
aiid wifo in Fenton, had tho misfor
tune to got his hand caught under
Hie lenifo which sovoreil two of his
llngors at the first joint. This Is
a very painful accident for such a
littlo follow but ho is getting ajoiig
Elias Fassett and wife, M. J.
Riggs and wife, C. S. Oswald, wife
and children of Toledo, Misses Hello
Wales, Sarah and Laura Kiggs, came
up from Toledo, bringing their dinner
with them, and were joined by II. M.
Hoover and wife in a picnic at the
pleasant home of Mrs. 1). Hates on
When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle, easy to take and cer
tain to act, always uso Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For salo
by Bowers & Comstock.
Ella Mulder, a teacher of Grand
Haven, Mich., formerly a classmate of
Florence Webb at Ypsilanti, Mich.,
met her at the home of Mrs. Addison
Smith last week and after attending
Institute at Perrysburg, accompanied
Florence to her homo at LeMoyno
where she spent the balance of her
Miss Esther Carlin of Cleveland is
visiting Mrs. Carlin this week.
Mrs Frank Mahr and baby ot To
ledo were recent guests of Mrs. L.
'Miss Augusta Charles was tho
guest of friends in Findlay the first of
-For cement and Hag stone side
walk. Call phone 7S2.
2ltf II. C. Leydouf.
to Toledo to Tradi
GOME TO THE LION STORE
A very mysterious circumstance
occurred on Wednesday evening last
in St. Hose of Lima church. A small
fire occurred on the gallery lloor and
burned through the double lloor and
through one of tho joists. How it
started or how it was extinguished is
unknown, but that it did no greater
damage is reason for thankfulness In
the hearts of all our people.
A pleasant social event was tho re
coptlon given at the homo of Timothy
Ilagan near Maumeo on Tuesday even
ing, in honor of friends from Cincin
nati and Chicago. Elegant refresh
ments were served, witli vocal and in
strumental music as accessories, which
proved most delightful entertainment
for tho guests among whom were AVm.
Mills and wife, T. M. Franoy, Misses
Franey, Cornelius, .Zingg, Uettio
Thornton, Messrs. Frank and Fred
Zingg, II. Yanllellen and wifo, Fred
Hegamaster and wifo of Perrysburg.
Card of Thanks.
Wo wish to extend a word of thanks
to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Witzler of
Perrysburg, tho many relatives,
friends and kind neighbors for their
many acts of kindness during the
death of our wifo and mother, Mrs.
Mr. John Simmons.
Mrs. Pearl M. Phillips and family,
Mr. Geo. Simmons and family,
Mrs. Eva Frusher and family,
Miss Mabel Simmons,
Mr. Alfred Simmons,
TO CUltU A COIjO IN USE DAY.
Take Laxutiye Bromo Quinine Tab
lots. All druggl3ts refund tho money if
it fulls to cure. E. W. Groves'slgnuturo
Is on ouch box. 25c.
DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT
THE AID OF A DOCTOR,
"I am just up from a hard spell of
tho flux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A.
Pinner, a well known merchant of
Drummond, Tonn. "I used ono small
hottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured
wltnout having a doctor. I consider
it tho best cholera medlclno in tho
world." Thoro is no need of employ
ing a doctor when this romedy is used,
for no doctor can prescribe a bottor
medlclno for bowel complaint in any
form oltlior for children or adults. It
novor falls and Is pleasant to tako,
For salo by liowora & Comstock.
You are missing an
opportunity . to save
money. If you need any
thing in the summer
goods line such as
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
GASOLINE OVENS, etc.
BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES
Our phenomenal purchasing power, and the fact
of our having representatives in New York, Paris
and Manchester, enable us to buy in large quantities
and direct fiom tho manufacturers and weavers, in
suring you tho best and newest stylos at all times,
and our crowded counters and rapidly growing busi
ness are evidences of
The Best Mies for the Least Money
Wo want to sell you your supplies of Fall and "Winter Dry
Goods. Your only desire- in the matter is to obtain tho best
goods for tho least money. Theso we can positively furnish.
Wo invito you to come, examine qualities, compare prices and
decide for yourself. It's a fair proposition and it's up to you.
HERE ARE THE LINES ON WHICH
....WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY....
Dress Goods, Silks, Carpets, Mattings, Oil
Cloths, Cuttains, Table Linens, Napkins,
Muslins, Sheets and Pillow Cases, Blankets,
Comfortables, Outne Flannels, Flannelettes,
Prints. Percales, Underwear, Hosiery, Suits,
Skirts, Waist;, Jackets and Capes .....
A Liberal Discount
011 these Goods.
FREIGHT AND EXPRESS CHARGES FREE.
All duriiij! lite ntc-nllib f August imd September wo will
pay freight or ( a pi ess charges on all purchuses of Five
Dollars or oer to yem lieur est "railroad station except
on extremely lulk meicl ni dite.
THE LION DRY GOODS CO.,
325, 327, 32'J and 331 SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, 0.
NKW YOllK 01 1'ICIS,
D ranaKc Saulnter.
Manchester, England, Office
T4 sackvuie aireei.
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