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THE PERRY8BURQ JOURNAL,
OUR Johnstone's Candies
are gaining in favor right
along. Packages-lrom ioc to
$1.00. We also carry bulk
"Goods of Quality."
Miss Sadie Klingler, of Geneva,
O., is spending a few weeks with
Porrysburg friends and relatives.
Miss Josephine Lindsay, of To
ledo, spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chapman
and Miss Bertha Comstock wore the
Sunday guests of Dr. Comstock and
wife, of Maumeo.-
Mrs. Geo. Haas, of Toledo, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hon
nor and family.
Mrs. H. M. Hoover returned
homq Saturday evening after spend
ing the past two weeks with rela
tives in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitchcock
wore the guests of Toledo friends on
Misses Myrtle and Mabel Shep
lor, of Toledo, were the guests of
Mrs. G. S. McKnight and family on
Mr. Vm. Williams, of Toledo,
visited with his sister, Mrs. B. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Twining, of
Lima, were the over-Sunday guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Canneld and family.
Mrs. Jacob Swartz and daughter
Dorothy spent Wednesday and
Thursday with Peter Cornelius and
New Dress Ginghams
10c, 12 l-2cand 15c
Special Values in Ladies Muslin Underwear.
Ladies Union Suits at 25c, 50c and 1.00.
We offer, in these lines, bargains that you
A. C. FULLER.
Cottago- cheere, extra fine. Mado
Tuesday anjl Saturday mornings. Or
der by phone. For particulars call
Blue CS. 14t
"Doan's Ointment cured mo of ec
zema that had annoyed me a long
time. Tho euro was permanent"
Hon. S. W. Matthews, Commissioner
Labor Statistics, Augusta, Mo.
The Ladles Missionary society
of tho Presbyterian church will hold
their regular meeting at tho homo of
Mrs. M. B. Cook on Wednesday, May
20th, at 2 p. m., on which occasion
Mrs. N. B. Bacon, of Toledo, is ex
pected to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whitson and
family, of Lime City; Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Wild 1"" and family, of Toledo;
Mr. Ed Mnndell and daughter, Miss
Kittle Mandoll, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Dunn, were tho Sunday guests of
Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Mandell, of Ho-bart.
Malls arrive at and depart from tho
Porrysburg Postofllco at tho following Prices quoted ou Wednesday oven-
houra: lng, subject to fluctuations of market..
9:14 A. M. via C. H, & D. R. II. I Una Whont 1 07
1:41 P. M. via C. H. & D. R. n,
B:3G P. M. via Manmoo Valloy Elec
G:ll P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
6:67 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
10:27 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
AH outgoing malls close 30 minutes
prior to tho time above clvon bv nrdnr
of .tho P. O. department to Insure anfo . u u
delivery at trains. ' Chickens old
If you aro anxious to cot mull nut ? ?!' . . ...
?n hrt? ? BOt yUr lettora, Chickens', dressed, young to 13
in bOforO Closing tlmo. Tnrimn'llvo ... 10
Whlto Wheat L08
Corn, per ewt L10
Corrected each week by Schuster & Son
Butter '.,.,., 22
Prices quoted by Mungor Bros.
CHEF CANNED CORN
i If you don't like canned
jjjj corn it is because you have nev-
g er tried the right kind. CHEF
Mrs. J. J. ODrlen and daughters, '
I Turkoys. live
. Turkeys, aressed
Inquire at ' 00?e'
i.. Ducks, live
""I LIVE STOCK.
Cattlo 8 to 7
of Montpelier, 0., spent Sunday with X' I JVr in V" ,'?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stickles. I Rous. II vo .'."'.'."..."'.7...' 51 ts 7
Hogs Dressed 73 to 84
l Lambs v..; A to 51
' ' '
1 V NEw
of a Fortune
How many people there aro who
point to the dollar deposited in some
pood bank as tho NEST-EGG of the
fortuao they aro now enjoying. After
you have placed this NEST-EGG you
will fiud it will attract other dollars,
and soon find yourself in possession
of a competence for old age or for tho
misfortunes of life. You ought to
place the NEST-EGG here today.
Money to loan on farms, first mort
gage, or upon other approved securi
ty. Depository of tho D. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Dhehr, of Toledo,
visited with Dr. and Mrs. Kinsley on
Sunday afternoon and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pool, of Mau
mee, spent Sunday with Fred .Eckel
Mr. Merle Overbold and Miss
Edith Overbold, of Bloomdale, were
tho guests, of Rev. and Mrs. E. J.
Webster on' Friday last.
-Mr. Allison Webb, who is now
located at Dayton, O., was tho over
Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. C.
Webb, and family.
Ten acres and two story frame houso
on Maumee Valley Car line, or will
divide and sell three acres with build
ings, terms to suit purchaser.
$ canned corn is almost like cob
" mr- ft
(0 cor $
W 0HEP LEADERS ' ft
fL Plnenpplo Peaches ft
J? Pens Beans ft
(?) Tomatoes Corn ft
(0 Baked Beans Pumpkin h)
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SCHUSTER & SONS f
gjj x Groceries jft
Mr. Lewis Shlpman was In De- Mrs. J. Huber spent Saturday In
trolt on business on Monday. Toledo.
Mrs. Geo. Miller was the Thurs- ' FOR SALE Fresh milk coav
day guest of Mrs. J. Huber. ! with calf by her side. Inqulro R. R.
T . .. , ... No. 3. W. E. Burdo. 14a
John Kazmaler and wife spent
Sunday with Andrew Kazmaler, Sr., j Miss Mary Hitchcock attended
and wife. (a lawn tennis party at Ottawa park,
Toledo, last Tuesday.
Vacant lot on Third street, at a bar
gait), if sold soon.
One half acre,
good buildings on
One acre, with house and barn on
Louislona Ave. Will sell same at a
bargain, to settle an estate, if taken
Eighteen acres, good buildings, fine
TUa. DoiMrcl, Rof.Ii.-in-1 JWueen acres, gooa ouuaings, line
lhe Ferrysburg Banking lqatlon.all kinds of fruit, on stone
I pine, uuest poultry l.irm in wouu
Late cabbage, tomato, pepper
This is a bargain for some
Pour lots with brick house on paved
and celery plants at Hartshorn's. 14b street, all kinds of fruit, one block
ifrom street car. A line home for
Mrs. Kathcrlne Knoll and Mrs. some one. '
James Locke of Toledo were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blue Tuesday.
-S. F .Miller of St. Joe. Missouri ReaI 'Estato Aglnt PERRYSBURQ, O.
VYUDV1U lUtVU X UUOUUJ UU U, U11UL VIOlt
to scenes of his boyhood days. Mr.
Miller is doing a successful business1 Tr , it t,Tttt
, , . .. ,,, , ,. i Keep your eye open for tho BLUE
Ladies, Don't Miss
Vaults cleaned in first class manner
at reasonable prices. Prompt and
careful attention given to all work.
Successor to Ira Finch.
R. F. D. No. One
"WHAT TEXANS ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio.
"Wo find," ho writes, "that Dr.
King's Now Lifo Pills surely put now
life and energy into a person. Wife
and I bollovo they aro tho best
made." Excellent for stomach, liver
or kldnoy troubles. 25 cents at C.
Mr. John Lindsay and Miss
Katherino Flanlgan spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nelder
house and family, of Monclova.
M. B. Cook, Ileal Estate agent,
reports the following sales: In Lot
number 490 in Perrysburg, Dunham
Simmons Heirs to John Schneider.
Also In JLot number 314 in Perrvsburg
Jacob Davis to Jacob Casler.
Motor Cycle Bargains
One Indian single, eclipse clutch,
Bo'scb. .Magneto, ( Sl-10. One Indian
twin, eclipse clutch, Bosch Magneto,
$190. In perfect order. Pierce agen
cy for motor cycles and bicycles.
A. F. SHEA,
709 Superior st. Toledo, O.
MARK on your paper. It means
your subscription has expired.
Mrs. Geo. Richards, of Toledo,
spent Saturday evening with her
brother, Gert B. Craig, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Webb, of
Sylvania, spent the day Thursday
with' R. P. Barton and family.
Rpv. Lpwry delivered a very
able address on Memorial Sunday.
His sermon touched the heart of the
vetevans who wore present, and im
pressed upon tho younger members
of the audience the importance of the
great work done by the great army
of boys in blue and pointed out the
Importance and duty of always being
I engaged in a battle for the right.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Braun and
family were tho Sunday guests of
Mr. Braun's parents In Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith, of
Toledo, spent Sunday with Lewis
Shlpman and family.
Mr. C. M. Hill was called to To-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cox, of Tole
do, were the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Hubor.
Mr. C. F. Rider, of Lime City,
was in Cincinnati on business on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, John Schneider,
ieuo ouuuuy on uixoum ol u.e sen- Mr aml Mrs John Goeko a)d son
ous Illness of his mother. ciaymor, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Spllker, of Schneider and son Norman, spent
the country, spent Sunday with Mrs. Sunday with Jacob Kechley and fam-
Davld Hatcher. lly In Pembervllle.
MEN'S SUITS I
For Spring 1912.
Q Our new line is here. The values were
H never better at $15, $18, S20 and $22.50. Good
H suits as low as $8, $10 and $12. Come in and M
look them over. If you are not ready to buy
tf$ you can select your suit ana we win noia 11
f for you, These suits are all guaranteed to
Tho Proof Is In Perrysburg Almost
Your Door. ,
r "W a2:
h YYeThave a good line ot sum-
P mer dress goods. Also lancy
j Hand Bags, Jabots, Ties, Em
I broideries, Coat Sets, Laces,
$ veiling, Hat Pins, Brooches,
Tie Holders, Lockets. Coat
Chains, Cuff Buttons,
01 1ST IH JAPAN
ffive satisfaction which insures you your U
& money's worth which you can't always get'fl
when dealing with strangers. M
A new line of soft collar shirts at 50c, 75c $
and$l. "Autocrat" dress shirts at 1, 1.25 n
eand $1.50. None better. Mentor underwear O
for men at 1, 1.50 and $2. For style and j
. excellent values they can't be beat. H
Friday, June 7
W; J. VEITCHL
The public statement of a Perrys-
ENTERTAINMENT i Hurg cltlzen,ls ln ltaolt strong proof
for Perrysburg people, but confirma
tion strengthens the evidence.
Hero is a Perrysburg citizen who
testified years ago that Doan's Kid
ney Pills relieved sick kidneys and
now states the cure was permanent,
can any sufforer from kidney 111b ask
better proof? Vou can investigate
Tho caso Is right at homo.
Brwln Druco, Fifth St., Perrys
burg, Ohio, says: "My opinion of
Doan's Kidney Pills remains tho same
as when I publicly expressed It In
100a. Tho benefit I received at
that tlmo has been lasting. I was
i . . i. i - ... , .
An Entertainment and Lecture u" " "i i " 'J
will bo glvon by TSUNEO TAKA- hack and tho trouble was always
HASIII and MIYAJI TANGE of worse in tho morning. Reading of
Japan, who will appear In gorgeous- Doan's Kidney Pills, I usod them and
ly embroidered native costume and i .. . .,
speak on "War Between tho U. S. 800n aftor "ginning their use my
and Japani?," "Influence of American trouble ceased. I know of other peo
Missionarles" and "Her Queer Cus- plo who have taken this remedy with
toms ana Manners." benefit "
At tho close of the entertainment F0r"salo by all dealers. Price 50
they will glvo away, free, by draw- . , ' ,. " ,
ing, tho following souvenirs; Satin cenB- Fostor-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Panels, 20 by 30 Inch, dragon do- Now York, solo agonts for tho United
sign, heavily ombroldored with gold states.
thread, value $10.00 each. Beautl- Remombor' the name Doan's
ful Hand Paintings of Fuji Mountain,1 , . , ..
on cloth, slxo 24 by 24 Inch, value nnd tttke no othor-
$15.00 each. Number of oxqulstto ,
Hand Drawn-work Collars, valuo 75 The sophomores of the Perrys
aSSlno" Baniuoo.lSr and'othor J J J'001 " ""fl?"
curios. i to tho seniors and teachers at tho
TheyVinn do this because they aro homo of Miss Irene Clay, Wednesday
sent horo by tho Wedding Dolls Tea evening, May 20.
AfiPOPiation In order, to introduce
puro uncolored Jauan Tea, which Is Tho pupils of Miss Eya Ztngg's
the chief product of their country. ro0m of the Perrysburg aohools onjoy.
tTXT ,r,u"7 SI Dv"' ed a trip to the Toledo Alteration
Mrs. M. T. Graves spent Sunday
and Monday in Toledo.
W. O. Burch and wlfo were
guests of Toledo friends on Wednes
day. LOST Largo black mare. If
found, please notify J. C Jonsson,
Jacob Daors et al to Emma and
James Edwin, transfer west 58 foot
of lot 272, Porrysburg, $1,000.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Averoll will
start for tho East today, whore they
will spend tho summer with rela
tives. Mrs. M. T. Graves' Sunday
school class held a May party on tho
lawn at her homo Saturday after
noon, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Durkot, of
Howling Green, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Droka In Porrysburg
THE NEW YORK DENTISTS
aro now located at tho corner ot St.
Clair and Madison Avo., where ho,
will continue the same policy that wo
have for more than 20 years.
HONEST WORK AT
Set of teeth ns low ns $4.00
Gold Crowns as low as 4.00
Bridge Work as low as 4.00
Painless Extracting Guaranteed.
F . B. ESTILL, D. D. S.
forgot the dato and
Plant Tuesday afternoon.
bpnng is Buudmg 1 ime
We are Prepared to Supply f.
w CEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS
W In any form or size, or made to special order ck
$ WASHED AND CRUSHED GRADED GRAVEL &
High Grade Washed Sand in any quantity
WATER PROOF GRAVE VAULTS
The Elks Builders Supply Co.
rtV Phone Blue 41 PERRYSBURG