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DEATH OF IGNATIUS GRISS.
THE PERRYSBURQ JOURNAL',
A Blight or. Fungus preventative, com
bined with a poison in such a manner as to
be destructive to all Plant Eating Insects as
well. A 10c. PACKAGE diluted with water
nudces 5 to 10 gallons of the solution. Use
this now on your trees.
We have it in 10c, 25c, 50c
and $1.00 Bottles
"Goods of Quality."
Ignatius Qriss,Dgod 72 years, 5 mo.
and 9 diiys, died at ha home hero on
Wednesday morning, April 21, 1912.
Mr. Griss had boon a resident of
Perrysburg since the civil war. ETo
Bervod in the 3d O. V. C, nnd wai
wounded while in service, returning
to his regiment afterwards to com
plete his term of enlistment.
Ho is survived by his wife, three
sons, Charles and Fred of Perrysburg
and1 Joseph Griss of Toledo, and four
daughters, the Misses Kate and
Curry Griss of Perrysburg, aud
Mrs. Bingham and Mrs. Millor of To
ledo. The funeral will be at St. Rose
of Lima church, Friday morning, at
Dustless Mops, 50c.
Miss Anna Eckel spent Sunday
Miss Fannie Elder, of Toledo,
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Er
Mr. and Mrs. HenTy Schaller
were Sunday guests at the home of
B. F. Spllker and wife.
Li. A. Hallowell is confined to
his home with a severe attack of
W. J. Adamson and wife will
move back to their Perrysburg home
about May 1st, after spending a year
LOST Gold locket and chain
on either Locust, Fourth or Main
streets, Sunday morning. Reward if
returned to Miss Edith Keller. 9a
For rheumatism you will find
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Liniment. Try it and see how quick
ly it gives relief.- For sale by all
WANTED: Competent reliable
girl for house work. No washing oi
ironing. Mrs. Norman Hanson.
' Chris Blllmier, of Toledo, spent
Wednesday with H, W. Lehr and
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Bruce and
babyrof Dowllng, were Sunday
guests of A. A. Hum and family.
Miss Thomas and Miss Cenia
Small were Sunday guests of Mrs.
A. A. Hum.
Cow for Sale. Good milch
cow. Inquire at Chas. Dauer's, Sixth
street, Perrysburg. O. 9a
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whltson, of
Lime City, were Sunday guests of
Wilson Kohl and family.
Wm. Daniels is now employed
as motorman on the T. B. G. & S.
T. Co.'s line. Mr. Daniels is a very
capable and careful motorman.
Frank Rhoda left this week for
Buffalo, N. Y., where he will ship as
wheelsman on the steamer "Trues-dale."
FOP. SALE-0 weeks old
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knerr vis
ited In Rossford Sunday.
Mrs. Grant Holbrook visited In
Mrs. Grant Holbrook expects as
her guest this week, Mrs. L. D. Gross,
Miss Madeline Barber, who has
been visiting in Columbia, S. C, will
return home this week.
W. O. Burch has moved his
family into the H. L. Cook property
on Second street.
Miss Ada Eckel has returned
from a three weeks' visit in Pauld
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kohl were
guests of Mrs. John Kohl and daugh
ter on Sunday.
Mrs. John Schwind, of East To
ledo, Is the guest of Mrs. T. E. Bow
ers this week.
The W. C. T. U. will met at the
home of Mrs. Louise Shipnun, Tues
day, April 30, at 2 :30 p. m. A cordial
welcome to all.
Royal AVorccter Corsets at
$1.00 and $1.50. Some of their lat
est models just in. None bettor.
A. C. Fuller.
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclec
tic Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts,
burns or bruises at once. Pain can
not stay where it fa used.
Prices quoted on Wednesday even
ing, subject to fluctuations of market.
Rod Whcnt 1 05
Whito Wheat 1.03
Corn, por cwt 1.00 to 1.05
Corrected each week by Schuster & Son
Prices quoted by Hunger Bros.
Roofers old llvo 9
Chickens, old 12
UtilOKena, live, spring 13
Chfckens, dressed, young -13 to 14
Turkeys, live 10
Turkeys, dressed 20
uuese, live 10
Ducks, live 12
Cattle 3J to 7
CalVHS live 01 to 74
Calves Dressed 10 to 11
Hoes, live n to 7i
Hogs Dressed 8 to 0
Lambs 4tn 51
Eggs for- hatching. Barred
Rock. Call phono 1C. Gtf.
W. J. Shipley and wife spent
Saturday with friends in Toledo.
Miss Lottie Hayes spent Sun
day with Fred Jezzard and family.
Wanted Girl for general
housework. Mrs. W. A. Flnkbelner,
West Second street.
Mrs. C. L. Powell, of Weston,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Cranker
Mrs. Chas. Shifford nnd family,
of East Toledo, visited Mrs. D. D.
w nEAUUUAH I Old run s
? - tt
Choice Fresh Vegetables, Chef
Brand Canned Goods, Staple
Groceries, Fancy Fruits
and Fresh Baked
to HIGHEST PBISES FOB PRODUG
I SCHUSTER & SONS
(fi Groceries to
PEKKYSnCHG TOWXSIIII SCHOOLS.
Eighth Grade VXeivIses.
April 27th, 1012, 2 p.
in. Tom ii Hnll, Perrysburg.
Stories of Success
I SPRING STYLES
gin Men's Clothing, Hats, Caps g
& and Shoes.
Drop in any time and have' a look at the ot
new Suits. We have just received from W.Q. 1
and B. some very pretty styles at $15, $18, fij
$20 and $22.50. You can make your selection $
now and we will hold the suit for you until (Q
you are ready. Remember all W G and B. 1
suits are Union made and fully guaranteed. $1
noiner cnoice iol 01 utuurcti. jh i
Brick house and lot on Front Street
fine river view, large barn, fine fruit,
natural gas, city water, a bargain.
1-2 acre of land, new house, fine
place to raise poultry.
3 acres of land, small house, good
78 acre farm, large house, large barn
silo, windmill, cement .water trough,
4 acres of orchard, 4 12 miles from
Maumee on stone road. This farm is
a bargain for some one
for men at $1.00 each, has just arrived, and O
efor style and splendid fitting qualities, we $J
recommend them as the best' that money will O
TJnv "R T WnViBtnr nttAnrlnrl I
district conference at Ironvlllo on
The little 5-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Scholl, of Lime City,
whoso romains have been resting in
the vault at Fort Meigs cemetery for
the past three months, will bo cqn
Blgned to the grave on Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends and rel
atives of the family are Invited to at
tend the ceremony.
Chas. Mulr gave up his position
at the Maumee power house, and
Wm. McConaha has taken his place
tomnorarily. during which time
John Hoffman is acting as barn
Mr. and Mrs. Choynton, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Kazmaier, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Frushor and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Snyder spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Albort Kazmaier and
CORNELIUS N. BLISS
never so far
The vigor of
the human mind
when there 13
no longer any
place for doubt
In after years,
when the namo
of Cornelius N.
Bliss was ono
to Inspire re
spect from Now
Orleans to Ttnn-
he acknowledged that the tin.
ccsslty to make not only his own
success, Dut to provide ror a larjjo
family of brothers and sisters gavo
him the sense of thrift to which ho
attributed tho realization of his
dreams. When the opportunity was
given him to mako a small invest
ment In his employer's business, this
hoy o eighteen was ready. Con
stant saving and careful financing
developed tho young clerk Into tho
master merchant of his day. Sys
tem In saving brings Independence.
Push, pluck and perseverence aro
as strong as an army when backed
by tho battery of thrift. Industry
and economy. Start a savings ac
count today, for It Is what you savo
that counts. A dollar In the bank
Is worth two In the pocket, for tho
Interest makes It crow.
The Perrysburg Banking
15 acres, good buildings '2 14 miles
from Bowling Green, street car, near
A fine two story frame house and
lo,t on Front Street, modern in every
M. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURd, O.
Piano Solo Miss
Violin Solo Gladys Simmons
Bread .Upon the Water Reading . . .Florence Burkln, Dlst. 8
Thoughts for the Discouraged Farmer Reading
.- r Lester Lusher, Dlst. 15
Farm Life Oration Audrey Wagoner, Dlst. 9
Piano Solo Edna Shook, Dlst. 9
Imitation Reading Louis Loesch, DlBt. 2
Famine Reading Helen Hegemelster, Dlst. 6
A Trip Thru Some of Europe's Leading Cities Essay
Viola Kistler, Dlst. 11
Light at Evening Time Duet Jessie and Wava DeVorna, Dlst. 12
The Bartholdi Statue Reading Clifford Sattler, Dlst. 16
Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech Reading Howard Mandell, DUt. 6
Violin Solo Miss Octo Phillips
Importance of Farm Machinery Oration. . . .Merlin Brossia, Dlst. 4
Dorothy Smith, Dlst. 5
William McKinley Essay Zelma Britten, Dlst. 14
Piano solo Lillian Simmons
Special Hosiery, Bargains.
Don't fail to get a few pair of this "spec
ial." They won't last long The price is nc
the pair and you will find in this lot, hose
that range in price from 15c to 25c per pair.
The lot includes boys and misses hosiery in
the best selling sizes and every pair a bar
gain. When this lot is gone there will be no
more at this price.
A. G. FULLER.
S Tri-State Overalls 50c
13 Straw hats, felt and cloth
I hats, and caps. Curtain
I goods, matting and carpets
at 30c per yard.
DEATH OF LOUIS LINTNER
On Thursdiiv, April 11. 1912, Louis
Lintner, passed away at his home in
Perrysburc township, at the age of 55
years, 10 months and 27 days, death
being caused by typhoid pneumonia.
Deceased was born in Perrysburg
township and was the only son oi! John
Lintner, Sr. and leaves a widow and
one son to mourn the death of a lov
ing husband and father.
The funeral services were conducted
at the Zoar Lutheran church by Rev.
Dletz, and the remains placed at rest
in Fort Meigs cemetery.
Tho family has the 'sympathy
many friends-in their bereavement.
W. J. VEITCH.
Why ro AVns Late.
"What mado you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well, that Is no reason why you
should bo an hour late getting home
"I know, hut I asked him how ho
was feeling, and he insisted on tell
ing me about his stomach trouble''
"Did you tell him to take unam
"Sure, that is what he needs.'
Sold by C. P. Champnoy.
Watch going wrong?
Clock out of order?
Whatever it is wo can fix it
right at reasonable price. Work
O. LAMONT, Jeweler
Second St. PERRYSBURG, O.
Charles Snyder, Harold Nollenberg
er and Georgia Price were accompan
ied by their teacher, Arthur Hagg to
the Boxwell examination held at Bow.
ling Green last Saturdai . They were
taken taken to Dunhridge by Mr. Price
in his new touring car. A number of
pupils from the surrounding schools
.also attended the examination.
The, farmers in this vicinity have
j been very busy lately preparing the
I land for sowing spring crops. A large
part of the oats has been sown,
Mrs. May Snyder who, for the past
two weeks has been taking care of
her grandmother, who is ill has re
Attorney Hollenbeck was a business
caller at this place last Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Flurry has Veen an out of
town visitor the past twoveeks.
Ray Flurry, teacher at Moline, went
with his pupils to the Boxwell exami
nation last Saturday.
Eunice Myers was the Sunday guest
of Miss Mildred Roll.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Fred Swartz north of here is seriously
ill. It is attended by Dr. Babione, of
The many friends at this placp of
Ben Bahnsen and family, of Wal
bridge will be grieved to learn of the
death of their six month old daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bahnsen were formerly
of this place.
Miss Helen Cable and Miss Lena
Arnold, former pupils of tho Stony
llidgo schools were recent visitors
Mildred Peterson visited the schools
George Brandt now occupies the
house owned by Nathan Robinson in
sou hern part of town. Mr. Detweller
night operator on the O. 0. Railroad,
has also moved his family in the brick
dwelling house owned by Amos Shook.
A cement sidewalk has been con
structed in front of tho new home of
the Stony Ridgo bank and other im
B, L. Broderson, fruit tree dealer of
this place, holds a delivery at Clark
Parker's barn Wednesday.
The family of Wm. Bheldrick south
west of here, are badly allllcted with
Henrv Ilagg and family motored to
Toledo in their new touring car Sun
day afternoon. ,
Stody Ridgo, 0 April 33, 1013.
FOR SALE-Standard , driving
mare Inquire of Dr. I. S. Bowers.
Mrs. F. A. Wetmore and Mrs. E.
L. Blue entertained friends on Friday
Township eighth grade exercises
April 28th at 2 p. m., Towri Hall,
Township district schools, teach
ers meeting 12:30 p. m. 27th Inst.
Teachers please be ON TlflE. Tills
Mrs. E. C. Lee has returned from
her visit with relatives in Cleveland
and is again enjoying charming Per
rysburg and her numerous friends ex
tend her a cordial welcome home.
John Loesch is one of the first' res
idents of Second street to grade the
lawn in front of his pnperty and make
it coutorm to the grade. Others will
follow as rapidly as workmen can be
secured to do the work.
Dustless Mops, 50c.
Mrs. Wm. Lee, of Toledo, was
the guest of Mrs. Chester Thornton,
Charles Runghuhn, of Be
, Is visiting Mrs. J. G. Hoff-
John and Peter Cornelius spent
Tuesday in Toledo with friends.
Isaac Whltsou has been on the sick
list the past few days.
Mrs. . I. C. Hu'ier visited with Mrs.
W. J. Hitchcock in Toledo, Friday.
John and Fred Cornelius spfent Sun
day in Toledo with friends.
Mr. Felix Llestuchter, of Munich,
Germany, is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs.
J. C. Huber.
Miss Margaret Hitchcock atteided
the Boxwell examination in Bowling
Green bst Saturday.
Ralph Huber of Toledo, spent Mon
day evening with his brother, J. C.
Huber and family.
Mrs. Peter Cornelius and daughter
Agues, spent Sunday and Monday in
To'cdo with her daughters.
For Infants and Children.
The Kini You Have Always Bought
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coehrs, of
Toledo, were guests of Mrs. J. G.
Hoffman on Sunday.
Keep your eye open for the BLUB
MARK on your paper. It means
your subscription has expired.
Mrs. Condo Lucas and daughter,
of Frankfort, Ind., are spending the
week at tho home of J. Davis. They
will bo joined by Mr. Lucas on Sat
Miss Lula Schaumloeffel and
Miss Bess Shimmins attended the
banquet given by Palestine chapter
No. 51, Eastern Stars, at the Mason
ic Temple, Toledo, Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chapman
went to Toledo Wednesday to meet
Miss J. B. Conn,, of Sharon, Pa., who
will be their guest here during the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fuller en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Com-
.stock, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hubbell
and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fuller at
dinner last Sunday.
Antono Williams and daugh
ters, Lena and Eliza, and Wm. Orr
of Tontogany, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Williams on Sun
day. nichard Hatcher, of Toledo,
spent tho latter part of the week In
Porrysburg, while enroute for St.
Paul, Minn., where he goes to work
for the Groat Northern It. R.
Tho first victim of the season
claimed by the Maumee river was
Roy V. Konilnk, of Toledo, who was
thrown Into tho river near Walbrldge
park by tho capsizing of a canoo In
which ho was riding with two- com
panions. Tho others could swim and
woro rescuod, but Kemlnk was a
cripple and on account of an arti
ficial leg was unable to swim. Tho
body was recovered by tho police.