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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1903.
R. P. BARTON,
UNDERTAKER. perrysburg, o.
Phone Nos. 27 and 901.
t'EIIUVMIlCJIinniCAIN i1AHItr.T. I
Tlio following prices aropnlil ly Churchill ,1
Oo.. lor grain delivered to Uio I'crryaburp; ele
vator Marketcorrccted every week bv O. I., Mnrtriv.
Wheat lied - 78c
Corn car dc
DreBsed Bcoi ...........68o
Lard oer 100 Its 10M to HKc
Balls 3 w ,3 Wc
Cows . 02to03o
Calves (dressed) '. 'Vfi toSJc
Calves (Uvo) ... Jo to oc
Pork, ner fabi ""S'ISSS
Port (Uvo) .... S1.00 to 85.25
Pork (dressed) S'.OO to 87.60
Qecsi ....... .. 10c
cnickcni, pcrlb. (Uvo) (spring) 10to,Jl
Chlcfcens " "(dressed) 10 to 12o
Chickens (old) live r.B.t0io
Chickens (old) dressed . .11 to lto
Turkeys (dressed) per lb 11 to imb
TUrKcvs live) " "
Ducks (dressed) 30 to
flltrnt 8 tO DC
Potatoes (new) 40c
Apples, per du v;vv." ?S"
Butter VA w I80
Eggs - 3"0
Flour, per bbl, as per quality 1 1 OC to 85 00
40, 50 and 60c per pound
Gunpowder tea, 50c
Young Hyson, 50c
English Breakfast, 60c
Our 40c tea is an extra
good tea for the money.
Our customers will find it
Gold Filled Frames, guaranteed 10
yearB, fitted with".. our fines, ground
Gold Plated Glasses fitted to jour
eyes, SI. 00.
Artificial eyes Inserted without Diiin.
Consultation and examination free.
AH work of the hiehest class and
LEVITT OPTICAL CO.
Exclusive Expert Opticians,
50" Adams St., Toledo. Ohio.
Ground Floor. 'Phone 55G.
Foil S.U.K. House- and lot on
Second street. Enquire of Mrs. J. B.
Scott, Miiumee, O. 24tf
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
We carry a complete line.
Miss Ha Simmons is visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. J. Hrownsberger, in
Dr. "W. II. Wise and family re
turned from the Soo on Monday. They
enjoyed a pleasant trip.
John and Chester Byrne and Fred
Vetter from near Perrysburg enjoyed
a trip to Cleveland on Saturday last.
Mrs. .T, F. Byrne and daughter,
Miss Esther called on Mrs. E. J.
Spilkcr east of Howling on Monday.
Mrs. J. Deimling entertained two
of her nieces, Mrs. Hock and Miss
Francis Boiling of Cleveland last
J. F. Byrne and wife from near
Perrysburg and E. .T. Spilker from
near Dowling visited the Soldiers'
home and Dayton on "Wednesday.
The "Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the M. E. church held a very
pleasant meeting at the home of Mrs.
Chas. Wallace on "Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Byron Houscr and daughter
Clista from Bowling Green and Miss
Katie Eames from Liberty Center
were guests of Miss Esther Byrne on
It is announced that upon her re
turn from a visit with friends in Chi
cago. Miss Vida Ilaylor, the daughter
of D. A. Ilaylor, will assume a clerk
ship in the office of Probate Judge
Lottie Shirley of Bisingsun has
brought suit for divorce from Frank
Shirley and custody of their live-year-old
child, claiming cruelty and relating
a shocking story of brutal treatment.
It half she alleges is true her petition
should be granted.
I.AIIOIC WAY EXCUICSIONS
On Monday. Sept. 7. Acents of tho
Ohio Central Lines will hell excursion
tickets to points within 50 miles of
starting point, tickets good returning
until Sept. 8
Don't Trust to Luck.
Insurance la the Only Safeguard
against loss in case of firo. Our plan
protects you at small cost. It Is insur
ance that is sure, an Investment that
pays big dividends when most needed.
The bast plan is not to bo without it.
Call on tho
C. A. POWERS
Agency for Fire and Tornado Insurance.
Bell I'bone, Plymouth, 162 Home phone, E, 65
tr CLARENCE S. ORDWAY,
mocks: WITH Dr. J. D, ELY.
5 tii 9 a m. 1153 Oak St., corner Fassct,
1 to 2 p m. TOLEDO-, O.
6 to 7 p m. D G, rerryBburir and Oftk street
enrs puss the ofllce. I'bone cnlls
responded to. Last car 12:"0 a m.
Special appointments made.
New office In October.
The Odd Fellows of Milton Cen
ter, are preparing to erect a two-story
44x70 block adjoining their present
building, the upper part of which they
own. Their plan is to have a store
room below in their new structure and
lodge room above, connecting with
the old hall by doors, so that it may
be used for reception and anterooms.
IT Mr. Marsh was a Sunday visitor of
II. F. Cobb and family.
Miss Margaret Bhoda is spending
tho week with friends in Detroit.
L. Mahr and wife entertained rel
atives from Fremont over Sunday.
L. A. "Ward and daughter Zella,
of Hunbridge, spent Monday with II.
F. Cobb and family.
J. "W. Carothers, wife and son of
Beaumont, Tex., visited Ira Knull
and family last week.
Charley Bagan of Maumee and
Thomas Francy will spend Sunday
with Ft. "Wayne friends.
Mrs. T. J. Kennedy and daughter
left Saturday for their home in To
ronto, Can., after a visit with relatives
Bev. Chas. Treuschel ot Evans-
ville, Intl., is expected hero about the
15th of this month for a visit with rel
atives. Mrs. George Shoemaker and chil
dren have returned to their home in
2Ripoleoiuif tcr a month's visiting rel
John Moser & Bros., are putting
in a large supply of coal for use in
their tile factory. They are taking
advantage of the present low rates.
Hon't forget tho ice cream social
to be given by the young people of the
M. E. S. S. at the parlors of the church
(this) Friday evening, Sept 4. 10 cts.
John DuFord, who has been very
sick for the past month, is now able to
be about and is attending to business.
He will be pleased to see his many
friends and patrons.
A social will be given by the young
people of the M. E. Sunday school at
the chuich parlors (this) Friday even
ing, September 4. Admission 10 cents.
Everybody made welcome.
E. R. Trombla has repainted the
building occupied by his undertaking
rooms and has located in the lower
story of the building. The improve
ments give the place a very neat appearance.
CLOTHING AND SHOES
Our assortment ol 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.
" miiqpi .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
SHUGAB, BROS. & CO.,
Hand Fainted Disk
A Coupon given with
Highest Price Paid for
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Sold Wherever Stoves are Sold. 1
I IF YOUR DEALER DOES NOT H
HAVE THEM, WRITE TO THE
STANDARD OIL COMPANY!
E. D. Boss of Toledo called
Perrysburg friends Tuesday.
Miss Luella Ilartsing of Toledo, is
home for a week's vacation.
"Wm. Adamson and wife spent
Sunday with relatives in Toledo.
Miss 'French of Toledo is the
guest of Miss Lulu Schaumloeffel.
For Rent. Six room house, En
quire of G. W. Hoffmann. 25tf
Miss Julia Morlock returned after
a weeks yisit with friends near Lime
Glenn Morgan of Bradner, is visit
ing his friend, Wesley Dumra this
Miss Dorothy Perrin of Boachton
has returned from a visit in Pionesta,
Chas. Bayer and son, Baymond,
left today for Cleveland for a visit
Oliver Davis and Ilial Bogers were
visiting relatives in Chicago the first
of the week.
Miss Harriet A. Ilulburd went to
Fremont Tuesday, for a few days visit
Miss Anna Adamson was the
guest of relatives in Delta, Thursday
and Friday last.
- Comrade John McCaughey of Hol
land, is spending a few days with
friends in Perrysburg.
Miss Edit lluplu of Collinwood, is
spending tho week with tho Misses
Huntsman at AVaterville.
Fou Sale Cheap. Two second
hand wheels in good condition. In
quire at Jouhnal Office. 20a
Thos. Franoy and Paul Bagan of
Maumee wore guests of friends in
Toledo last Saturday evening.
Miss May Ileilman spent tho past
week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Barbara IToilman, in the country.
-John DuFord and wife are homo
from an outing of two weeks at Port
Huron and other summer resorts.
Wm. Moore of Findlay, more
familiarly known as "Bill", was the
guest of Fred Snyder and wife for tho
past two weeks.
His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
"B. L. Byor, a well known coopor of
this town, says ho uelleves Charauor
lalu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy savod his llfo last summer,
Ho had been sick for a month with
what tho doctors call bilious dysen
tery, and could get nothing to do him
any good until ho tried this remedy. It
gavo him immodlato roller," says B.
T. Llttlo, merchant, Hancock, Mil. For
sale by Bowers & Comstock.
A new line of
BLACK MERCERIZED SKIRTS
Just in from the factory at Hassillon, O.
At $1 00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.25.
a postal and we will send you Butter-
Fashions lree of charsre.
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Con. Louisiana and Front Streets. Phone No. 901.
IIEY, TI1EUI5. LIMK CI I'Y CIDKK MI LI,
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. TiNXKY, Prop.
Fou Sale. Eight acres in Perrys
burg, located at the intersection of
Mulberry, Eighth and West Boundary
streets. Price SS00. Enquire of Alice
Caspers, "W. Front st, corner Mul
berry. 2 Id
Go to the
For your wants.
Give us a Call.
Fire. Lightning. Tornado.
GEO, J. MUNGER,
Reliable Companies Reasonable Rates
Invitations as follows have been ex
tended to I friends of Miss Gertrude
Hillabrand and Mr. John M. Drury,
whoso marriage will occur next week:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hillabrand
invite you to be present
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. John M. Drury
Tuesday morning, September eighth
nineteen hundred and three
at half past eight o'clock
St. Boso of Lima church
Mrs. Ellen Stone of Boachton is
visiting in Bradner this week.
Mrs. Coral Boot of Cleveland is
the guest of the families of John and
Master Paul Schroeder, after
spending the summer with his uncle,
George Shiplo of Boachton, has re
turned to his homo in Toledo.
O. W. "Whitmire, veterinary surgeon,
is now located in Perrysburg, and pre
pared to attend to all work pertaining
to his profession. Makes specialty of
Dentistry. Call telephone 72 1. 20b
German M. E. Church Imoroved.
The members of tho German M. E.
church are to bo congratulated upon
the improvements thoy havo mado in
their church building hero.
They havo ropaiuted tho outiro ex
terior of tho building, and tho interior
has been entirely changed in appear
uuco by papering and decoratiug.
Tho edifice is now quo of tho neatest
in tho county and reflects much
credit upon tho congiogution.
To look after our interest In "Wood
and adjacent counties. Salary or com
mission. Address Lincoln Oil Co.,
Cleveland, O, iidb
Every farmer knows that
some plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
and seed may seem the same
but some plants are weak and
And that's the way with
children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
of food, but because the food
does not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Send for free sample.
Volt & Ilowne, Chemists, 4"9 l'earl St., New York
jut mill f i.uo j all UriiunisU.
The Most and Best
for Your Money.
This is what you are looking for, and just what
this store gives ; the principle that has prevailed
during our thirty-eight years of successful business,
and was never more in evidence than in these pres
ent stocks of Fall and Winter merchandise.
Ii' you cannot come to Toledo, send for prices
and samples. Your orders will receive careful
attention, and you'll not bo expected to keep
any merchandise that isn't entirely satisfactory.
The New Dress Goods.
Largest and most complete lines ever b!iow.ii, comprising all
the most desirable weaves and colors, as well aB the newest
Foreign and Domestic Novelties.
Dress Goods at 50c that usually sell at 65c and
75c per yard.
Broadcloths at $1.00 and $1.25 that usually sell
$1.25 and $1.50.
The same conditions prevail all through this immense stock.
The New Silks.
All the newest weaves in plain and novelties, in colors and
Our famous Uuarsinteed Black Silks are the best
Our lino of Colored Talleta Silks, comprising every known
shade, and sold everj where at 7f)e, Our Lrice, O'Je per
yard. Get t-ani bs and prices of our silks. It will pay you.
Flannelettes and Outing Flannels.
TIiouhuhIs of styles to choose from; the best qualities, all
the best kuowu makes anil newest styles.
9c, 10c, liJjc, 15c and 18o per
Outing Flannels at 5o. (c, 7o, 8c, 10c ami L2je
per yard. Send for Samples.
All during the month of September we will
continue to pay freight or express chirges on
purchases of FIVE COLLARS or over to your
nearest Railroad Station, except on extremely
THE LION DRY GOODS CO.,
325, 327, 329 and 331 SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, 0.
NEW VOltlC Ol-'PU'CS,
w i.i'ouaru airuei.
I'AU S OFtHCKS
5 l'aiai;ii Saulnler.
I Manchester. Uiigluui, Otllcn
7J Sackvllle Street.