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THE PERRYSBURG JOIJRtf Alu FRIDAY, AUGUST 88, 1903.
R. P. BARTON,
UNDERTAKER, perrysburg, o.
Phone Nos. 27 and 901.
pisiuivsiiimonitAiN imaikkct. i
Thqtollowlnp prices nropnld by Churchill A
Co.. lor grain delivered to tho I'crrysburg ele
vntor. Markot corroded every wcolclivU. L. MiuMv.
Wheat Kol .. 7Cc
Whcnt-Whlto 74c
Oats , 33c
Corn shelled 49c
Corn car ... 70c
Ityc 12o
Barlcv 45c
I'EUKVsiiuica miiui:s
FAKITlEItS.
t'AIU '
The DOOR to WEALTH
is HEALTH.
So when your hens nro healthy you
will linvo orbs for the markot. This
Is tho result of feeding
PRATT'S Poultry Food.
Dressed Bcol G8o
Lard cor 100 lbs lOHtollHc
Balls 03 to 3Jic
Btcers(llvc) - 3Hto6c
Cows 02 tO03o
CalveB (dressed) VAs to 80
Calves (Uvo) 5o to uc
Pork, nor bbi 17 00to1S00
For (Uvo) R100 to 85 25
Pork (drosscd) 87.00 to 37.50
Qecso 10a
CMckcim, porlb. (llvo) (spring) 10 to 11
i.'hlckcns " "(dressed) 10 to 12o
Chickens (old) Uvo S to 9a
Chickens (old) dressed 11 to 12a
Turkeys (dressed) porlb H to li'Ac
Tarkeyslllvo) " " 11 to HHa
Ducks (dressed) 10 to lie
" (Uvo) 8 to 9c
Potatoes (new) 40c
Apples, por ou 50n
Butter 13 to 18a
Eggs . 15C
Flour, per bbl, as per quality 11 00 to $5 00
Beans 2 00
Ml Vzs
Special.
Gold Filled Prnmes, guaranteed 10
years, fitted with our fmcsJ ground
lonses, $2.05.
Gold Plated Glnsses fitted to jour
eyes, $1.00.
Artificial eyes inserted without twin.
Consultation and examination freo.
All work of tho hlijhest clas3 and
guaranteed. .
LEVITT OPTICAL CO.
Exclusive Expert Optloians,
507 Adams St., Toledo. Ohio.
Ground Floor. 'Phone 55G.
12 STUDENTS FROM
Davis Business College.
Toledo, Ohio, placed with the Penn
sylvania It. K. Co., during the past 18
months: Messrs. Meyers, Mullen,
Luckmeycr, IJrown, Case, Metzler,
Patrick Noon, John Noon, Snyder,
Tierce, Landwchr and Fuller. This
institution will open its 23d year un
der the management of M. II. Davis,
Monday, August 31st.
Faioi roit Ti:nt. 00 acres of
good farm land in Perrysburg town
ship. None but reliable tenant need
apply. John II. Schultz, 320 "West
Front st , Perrysburg. 24b
Fon Salk A good fresh milch
cow with calf. Enquire of IIexhy
Koiir,, 23 miles south of Perrysburg.
24a
Fon Sale. House- and lot on
Second street. Enquire of Mits. J. 15.
Scott, Maumee, 0. 24tf
PRATT'S Cattle Food
For horses and cattlo can't bo beat.
OIL Meal
For raising calves is GOOD, but
Blatchford's Calf Meal
Is just splendid and away ahead of
anything yet us a substitute for rallk.
For Sale by
F. JEZZAED & SON.
BOH
iulHtoM
Durability
We are showing a men's
working shoe that has
never been found want
ing. Besides it fits the
foot coming in differ
ent widths. Any style
you want.
We carry a complete line.
$2.00
ERLY
V. 11, Fahror is visiting relatives
in Clovclnnd this week,
Mrs. Gortrudo Hughes is visiting
Mrs. Ada Heed of Bowling Green.
Charles llcbensall has moved his
family into Mrs. Stcbert's residence.
Frank K. E. Lintner and Charley
Eckel took a trip to Detroit on Sun
day last.
Mrs. Eingcl and daughter of Cin
cinnati spent tho past week with Mrs.
Chas. "Wallace.
Latld Tremaine, of Chillotte,
Mich., was the guest of Perrysburg
friends over Sunday.
Miss Nettie Uridcnbaugh of De
fiance spent Thursday last with Miss
Mary Haymaker.
Misses Lottie Hayes ami Esther
.Tezzard were guests of Mrs. Fred Mar
vin in Toledo, Monday.
Charles Eaird, wife and son, Clif
ford, of Temple, Mich., were guests of
relatives hero the past week.
Owen Maloney and family and "W.
AV. Ilartman of 13. G., were guests of
Charles "Wallace and family last Sat
urday. Misses Alice and Marjorio Pryor
left for their home in Cincinnati on
Saturday last, after a pleasant visit
with friends here.
George Schwind of Hoachton has
gone to Dolph, Mich., to look after
some business affairs. He expects to
be gone several months.
Howard Eggleston and wife, Mrs.
H. S. Clegg, of Toledo, Mrs. T. J. Chil
coto of Prairie Depot, were guests of
11. P. Harton and wife last 'Wednesday.
Mrs. J. llayer and children, Mrs.
Chas. Bayer, Mrs. Geo. Shoemaker
and children. Mrs. Niter, Mrs. C.
Munger and Mrs. John Shoemaker
spent AVednesday at AValbridge park.
Tho next social, givenjby the
Ladies Aid society of tho Evangelical
church, will be held at the home of
R. Danz and wife on Friday after
noon and evening, Sept. 4, 1003. Sup
per 10 cents. Everybody invited.
Bell Phone, Plymouth, 102 Home phone, K, 65
Dr CLARENCE S. ORDWAY,
hours:
WITH Dr. J. D, ELY,
8 to 9 n m. 1153 Oak St., corner Fassct,
1 to 2 p in. TOLEDO, O.
6 to 7 pm. H G, rerryebun; and Oak street
cars pass tho olllce. Phone calls
responded to. Last car 12:"0 n m.
Special appointments made.
New olllce In October.
S. Saltonstall and
turned from a visit in .
re-
-Atrsi! GreonUdugh of Wntcrvlllo is
visiting relatives ill Canada.
Mrs. C. L. Itoch is homo from a
visit with rolatlves In Anna, 0.
Miss Nora LaFarreo is visiting
relatiyes in Bowling Green this week.
Mrs. Biirgcr of Mt. Gllead was a
guest at tho homo of "Win. Arcitch and
wife last week.
Mrs. S. A. Cook entertained Mrs.
J. 0. Troup of Bowling- Green the
first of the week.
Dr. J. II. Rheinfrank and wife are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Lahipman at the Soo.
Chas. Graham, wife anil baby of
Dunbridge, were Sunday guests of
John F. Lintner and family.
Miss Lena Drepps, was the
guest of tho Misses Emma and Anna
Shaller at lloachton last Thursday.
Tho Misses Huntsman of AVater
villo hayo returned homo after a de
lightful visit In Cleveland and Lorain.
Mrs Frank Seavolt, Mrs. James
Kerr and Miss Emma Lucas of Mau
mee spent Tuesday evening with "Wm.
lfiUfltS!11 aud family-
venue fund of each county, anu ,..u.t.j T
sed on roads If the county commission
's so wish, and the levy of a three-mill
x on all values for same purpose, and
1 will see that the power to make good
George Miller, wife and son Les
ter of North Toledo, and Mrs. Chas
F. Lintner and baby spent Sunday
with J. F. Lintner and family.
Prof. C. C. Kohl left on "Wednes
day morning for Mechanicsburg, 0.,
at which place he will resume his
duties in the schools in September.
Anthony Seeholzer is now able to
resume his duties at the church and
parsonage of St. Rose of Lima. Dur
ing his recent illness Mr. Rice has
been attending to the woik.
The following are the new tele
phone numbers and changes: 041, John
D. Rogers, res.; 202, Dr. "W. II. "Wise,
res., 7240. "W. "Whittenmyer, veteri
nary surgeon; 114-2, E. "Ward, res.;
7S2. II. C. Leydorf.
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GLQTHSNG 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.
x iilljp .NO SHODDY GOODS HERE.
Boys and Girls Shoes
In a great variety of Lasts and Patterns.
, All the Hendersons Red School House Shoes.
Girls Dresses
v'L. Vf..li.v...'jS'.g.'.i.g...l!'.li' .as
Property for Sale.
House, barn and four acres, with all
kinds of fruit, on corner of Sth and
West ISoundnry streets. Call at the
promises. 23b
Don't Trust to Luck.
PROPERTY,
NEEDS
PROTECTION.
Insuranco is tho Only Safeguard
against loss In case of lire Our plan
protects you at small cost. It is Insur
ance that is sure, an investment that
pays big dividends when most needed.
Tho best plan Is not to bo without it.
Call on tho
C. A. POWERS
Agonoy for Firo and Tornado Insuranco.
Heloi)s, Bruits
aijd Vegetables.
ins
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tt. MUM
Grocery Store.
'S
Hand Fainted Disk
wife have
rcadia.
For cement and Hag stone side
walk. Call phone 7S2.
2Uf II. C. LuYDOnr.
E. Griss and wife entertained Mrs.
Mary Bingham and daughter, jXina, of
Ironville, lasti Sunday. Mrs. B. is
their daughter.
John Schwind, AVm. Dibbling and
Joseph Meyer attended a meeting of
the Federation of Societies at St.
John's college last Sunday evening.
Mrs. II. C. Lawrence and Miss
Lawrence, Dr. E. L. Brown and fam
ily, C. F. Rider and wife and C. D.
Miller and wife went to Monroe Piers
on Monday.
Grant Baird and family have re
turned from Los Angeles, Cal., where
they have resided for the past year.
They evidently prefor Ohio and "Wood
county.
- Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock
Rev. Otto Spreng will preach his last
sermon for this conference year. Tho
year just closing has been one of
growth in interest and attendance in
all tho departments of tho church.
Next Tuesday tho pastor leaves for
tho annual conference session which
convenes in Mt. Cory, Ohio, and is
presided over by tho venerable bishop
William Horn of Cleveland, Ohio.
Last Saturday evening, Mox Kel
lermeier of Roachton was reminded
that that dato was his birthday anni
versary, ho having reached his twenty
sixth year. A number of friends com.
plotely surprised him at his home, and
enjoyed the occasion with music and
games and a treat of ice cream and
cake. Tho following named young
folks roport a very enjoyable time.
"Wm. Hoffman, J. J. Kleeborger, Harry
and Clarenco Schneider, Miko Ragan,
CarlRodd, Chas. Henry, Fred Mutsch
ler, Frank and Samuel Shaller,
Valentine Shiple, Nick Ronau, John
and Eddie Fackelman, Joseph Faus-
nacht, "Will Dlsher, Peter Kellormeior,
Christ and Herman Shallor. Misses
Josephine and Pelia Miller, Ada Sch
neider, Clara and Mninio Shiple, Anna
Fackelman, Dora Kellormeior, Emma
and Anna Shaller, Kathoriuo Condor,
Ilulda Shaller, Lizzio and Mamie
Kellormeior, Mary Long and Lena
Gutswilor.
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Mens Working Shoes, $1.25-
Mens Vici Kid, 2.00.
Mens Box Calf, 2.T5.
Woniens Shoes Late Styles, 1.25,
1.50 and 52.1
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Cor. Louisiana and Front Streets.
Phone No. 901.
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Ready to wear, in Prints, Ginghams
and Hadras.
SHTJGAB, BROS. & CO.,
O.
N. B. Drop us a postal and we will send
ick's Catalogue ol Fashions Jree of charge.
you
Butter-
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IIUY, TIIISKi:. HMll city cinr.it MILL
Commencing on the last Thursday of
August and continuing every Tuesday
and Thursday until further notice, the
Lime City cider mill will be in oper
ation for custom trade.
23h T. II. Tixney, Piop.
Fon Sale. Eight acres in Perrys
burg, located at the intersection of
Mulberry, Eighth and West Boundary
streets. Price $S00. Enquire of Alice
Caspers, "W. Front St., corner Mul
berry. 24d
Go to the
Leydorf-Co. Grocery
For your wants.
Give us a Call.
JOHN LEYDORF
Manager.
THE LION STQReTj
F. R Siler was in Sandusky last
Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Emory Wilson and Miss
Oleva Ford were guests of Toledo
friends this week.
Mrs. John Loesch, of Perrysburg,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. George
Knauss and family in B. G.
George Mills and grandson Russell
Hartsing have returned from a visit
with relatives in Dundee, Mich.
-Mrs. E. W.
Hany Koch of
Harry Koch of
E. Koch and
Toledo, and
Los Angeles,
Miss
Mrs.
Cal.,
A Coupon given with
Every Purchase
Highest Price Paid
Farmers' Produce.
for
Fop Sale,
Out lot No. 121 on Locust Streot
just boyond Seventh, consisting of
two acres of laud. House, barn and
out buildings, good fruit garden, etc.
with or without crop to suit purchaser.
For further information, ote apply at
promises.
25a Cuius. Miller.
were guests of Chas. Koch and family
Tuesday.
"When you want a physic that Is
mild and gentle, easy to take and cer
tain to act, always use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For salo
by Bowers & Comstock.
Mrs. S. Foutz, Misses "Work and
Carr of Cleveland, and Miss Beeley of
Toledo were guests of Mrs. A. J. "Witz
ler last Friday.
On Saturday afternoon last, Mrs.
J. F. Brandhuber entertained in a
charming manner a party of lady
friends in honor of Mrs. B. II. Getz of
Toxas.
Among tho many brands of cigars
which have become popular by reason
ol its good qualities, tho Wr. O. "W.
(Woodmen of tho "World) mado by
Philip AVotzel, is meeting with a good
demand.
A fow friends with their guests en
joyed a trip to Monroo Piers last Fri
day. They wore R. Zingg and family,
R. Danz and wife, II. D. Van llollen
and wife, Mrs. F. D. Hcgamaster,
Misses Tillio Cornelius, Alico and Ma
jorio Pryor of Cincinnati, Miss Edith
Seeseo of Toledo, Masters Londa and
Rudolph Van Hollcn, and Donald
Hcgamaster.
Mrs. C. A. Lucas entertained her
Sunday school class at hor homo on
Thursday afternoon last. Tho young
ladies spent the time- with music and
games and at 0 o'clock all enjoyed an
elegant dinner. Tho membors present
wero tho Misses Bessie Davis, Halllo
Shipman, Louisa Schneider, Vallio
Simmons, Ida and Lillian "Wellstead,
Miunio "Wobb, Helen Bowers, Tillio
Thornton, Esthor Jezzard, Stella Car
ter and Daisy Schaumlooffel. Regrets
wero recolvecl from tho Misses Nellie
Taylor, May Clark and Helen Browne.
Miss Cora Hines of Tontogany
spent Friday with Miss Nell "Wellstead.
Mrs. I. Boff is tho guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Comstock in Maumee.
Mrs. Corwin "Webb spent Friday
with C J. "Webb and wife in Bowling
Green.
The Hood Sunday school from
Hull Prairie held their picnic at AVal
bridge Park on Arednesday.
Master Alfred Humes of Toledo is
visiting at the home of his grand-parents.
Samuel Fahrer and family.
For cement and Hag stone side
walk. Call phone 7S2.
2ltf II. C. Leydorf
AVm. AVellstead and daughters,
Misses Bess and Nell and Albert
Fahrer attended church services at
AVatervillo Sunday evening.
Mrs Fred Freis and children spent
a part of the past week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Geo. Letherer, Jr., and other
relatives.
Miss Bertha Heilman was tho
guest of Bowling Green friends last
week, and during her visit tho Misses
Buchmann entertained friends in her
honor.
Miss Julia A. Lintner has re
turned home after spending a week
with her aunt, Mrs. A. Ruder of Graf
ton, and also visiting friends at
Cleveland.
Mrs. George Shoemaker and
daughter, Majory, of Napoleon, and
Frank Eckel and wife, John Shoe
maker and wife, and Ed. AVitzlor and
wife, took dinner with John Moser, Jr.,
and wifo.
E. R. Trombla and wifo entor
talned Mrs. T J. Kennedy and daugh
ter Gladys, of Toronto, Can , Homer
Stoveson, wife and children of Desh
ler, Mrs. Ellen Newton of Rossford,
Chestor J. AVebb and wifo of Bowling
Green, and Mrs. Georgo Newton of
this placo, at their homo Sunday.
A largo party of friends called at
tho homo of Fied Ilahn on Saturday
last to help him celebrate his C8th
birthday. Fred was completely sur
prised but gavo his friends a cordial
welcome Dancing was enjoyed until
midnight when an elegant supper was
soryed, after which tho guests do
parted pleased with their reception
and wishing Mr. Ilahn many happy
roturns of tho day.
uy Your Ooods where you have the
Largest Assortments to choose from,
- !?i 3P SJ
We are preparing for the largest Fall and
Winter season ever enjoyed by this store.
Tons of merchandise is being checked, and
marked at extremely low prices ready for your
inspection.
0 ' sT- ST!
ilks and Dress Goods
"Wo want overy lady in Northwestern Ohio and
Sftathern Michigan to hecomo familiar with tho great
advantages found in this store.
If you cannot come in person send for samples ;
ejyory possible attention and courtesy will bo given
your smallest request.
500 styles and overy dofcirablo shade produced
can be fount! in these- immense stocks.
The Choicest Xovelties from tho most famed weav
ers of France, Germany, England and America
AnE HERE.
Our lines of DRESS GOODS at 50c, 75c, $1,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2 per yard, are tho best val
ues to be found, and comprise Zibolines, Cheviots, AVhip Cords,
CovortB, Broadclolhp, Etamines, Granites, Homespuns, Meltons,
Tweeds, 8cotch Heather Mixtures, Camel's Hair, etc., in blacks
and all colors.
Our Famous 2001 and 3001 Broadcloths
are the Best Produced,
and the prices are $1.00 and $1.25 por yard,
Bold in all tho large Eastern cities at $1.25 and $1.50 yard.
All during the month of September we will
continue to pay freight or express ohargos on
purohases of FIVE DOLLARS or over to your
nearest Railroad Station, except on extremely
bulky merchandise.
THE LION DRY GOODS CO.,
NB'
325, 327, 329 and 331 SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, C
Mantfi
W, YORK OFFICES,
13 Leonard STrett.
PARIS OFFICES. .
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