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THE PERRY9BURG JOURNAL,
YOU may have whiskers,
and then some more
whiskers, but we have
the razors that will
": through them- and do
"Goods of Quality."
Dorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Kazmior, Tuesday, July, 23, a girl.
Miss Zuclah Crelger, of Mau
meo, was the Sunday guost of Miss
Mrs. J. Crankor will spend a fow
days this week with Mrs. Frank Urlo
Mrs. A. It. Champnoy and Mrs.
J. Cranker were tho guests of Mrs.
Bennett in Toledo last week.
Misses Helen Bowers and Ruby
Cranker left Monday for two weeks'
stay at Winona Lake, Ind.
Mrs. Robert Hlllabrand and son
John are spending a few days with
Mrs. John Drury In Toledo.
Geo. Trummer, of Toledo, spent
Sunday with Ira Simmons and family.
Ward Hanson attended the Y.
P. B. Institute at Lakeside Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Finch were
tho guests of Mrs. Eva Dennis at
North and Helen West, of Bowl
ing Green, aro spending tho week
with Chas. Hanson and family.
Harold Webb has returned from
Put-In-Bay, where ho has been visit
Geo. Wilde and daughter Helen
wcro tho guests of Henry Wilde and
Strictly modern 9 room residence, hard wood floors, oak finished, gas and
electric lights, on car line and nice river view.
Newly built house of 7 rooms, oak finish, gas, electric lights, city water,
two blocks from car line, good location.
House of 5 rooms, good location, S20Q.OO down, balance monthly.
Nine room modern house on Front street and car lino. Fjne location.
House of six rooms. Fair location. $600.00.
Local agent for Michigan and Canada lands.
ALFRED G. DIBERT,
Real Estate Agent, PERRYSBURG, OHIO.
L. Zachman and wife, of Ken-der-Butto,
S. Dak., aro vrslting their
parents, Rev. Zachman and wife.
Mrs. David Hatcher wns tho
guest of W. F. Spllker and wlfo at
Dowllng last week.
Miss Kathcrlne Flannigan and
John Llndsoy, of Toledo, were the
guests of J. B. Llndsoy and family
Wm. Charles, Jr., and family
spent Sunday with Wilson Sweet and
fnnilly at Toledo. James Charles
will remain for a short visit.
Housekeeper Wanted Small
family, no washing or ironing, good
wages. German-American preferred
and german spoken. Inquire at
Journal office. 17tf
Miss Lillian Broka will return
from Winona Lake, Ind., the last of
the week. She has been attending
Miss Malzle Rhoda, Mrs. Esther
Van Norman and the Misses Ha and
Mildred Blinn, enjoyed their annual
picnic party In the Ault woods, south
of town, Saturday. This is tho ninth
annual outing that theso four young
ladles have enjoyed together. De
spite tho slight rain in the morning,
they had an Ideal day for the affair.
Mails nrrivo at and dopart from tho
Porryaburg PoBtofllco at tho following
9:14 A. M. via C. II. & D. R. it;
1:41 P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
5:30 P. M. via Maumoo Valley Elec
6:11 P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
6:57 A. M. vlnr C. H. & D. R. R.
10:27 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. K.
All outgoing malls closo 30 minutes
prior to tho time abovo glvon by ordor
of tho P. O. department to insure safe
delivery at trains.
If you aro anxious to got mall out
on tlmo, bo euro to get your letters
in boforo closing tlmo.
Miss Josophlno Llndsoy, of To
ledo, spent Sunday with her parents.
Mrs. M. U. Jarret is visiting nt
Churubusco and Kondalvlllo, Ind.,
Dan Nelderhouso and family, of
Monclova, were tho Sunday visitors
of Lewis Shlpman and family.
Miss Hazel Sarver spent Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. Albert Fetzer,
Miss Ruth Judson, of Sandusky,
and Miss Myrtle Blinn spent Monday
Miss Helen Hlllabrand spent
Tuesday In Toledo, the guest of Miss
Mrs. A. Hunn, of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting with John Loydorf and
Tho Royal Theatre will be open
to tho public on Thursdays, Satur
days and Sundays of each week.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Miss Esther Broka left Monday
for St. Clair, Mich., where she will
visit her sister for tho next two
Geo. Hlmmolnian and wife and
daughter Elizabeth, of Akron, aro
visiting Dell Simmons and family
Wm, Bronner and family, Mrs.
Potter and Mable Potter, of Toledo,
were tho guests of Chas. Hanson and
family last week.
Elmer Witzler and wifo and
daughter, of Toledo, were the over
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mary Blinn
Tho Misses Addlo Shlpman,
Dalsie Schaumloeffel, Myrtle and Ha
Blinn spont Friday with Miss Mablo
Sherman in Toledo.
The belt lino for autos Is onco
more In evidence since the opening
of tho river bridge. Last Sunday
was a gala day for tourists and ma
chlno parties were seen In largo nunv
hers enjoying tho cooling drlvo and
beautiful scenery along tho rivor.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaller,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noubauer and son
Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Carter,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hum and Hor
bort Carter Bpent Sunday evening
with Fred Kopp and family. Ico
cream nnd cake was served.
For soreness of tho muscles,
whether induced by violont exerciso
or injury, thoro is nothing hotter
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For ealo by all dealers.
When you keep your money in
your pocket you spend it freely.
Put it in the bank where it is out of
temptation's way. You will think
longer beforo you write a check for
the purchase. Money placed in our
bank draws interest at 4 percent and
is compounded every six months.
Open an account today.
Money to loan on iarms, first mort
gage, or upon other approved socuri
ty. Depository of the U. S.
The Perrysburg Banking;
Prices quoted on Wednesday even
ing, subject to fluctuations of markot.
Rod Whont 1 0
White Wheat L0
Com, per cwt L02
Corrected cacli week by Schuster & Son
Errs ..... .'.. "
Prices quoted by Munger Bros.
Kooi-ters old livo, A
OhlckonB, old 10 11
ChlcKons, livo, spring 1& to 20
Chickens, drossed, 12 to 13
Turkeys, livo 10
Geese, livo H
DucltB, liyo 10
Cattle Hi to 7
Calves live. 1 H to7i
Calves DresBed 10 to 11
Hokb.Uvo 5J to 7
Hors Dressed 8 to 0
Lambs 4i to 51
CANNING TIME HERE
4 li i"l"l 1 l
J. Anion and wlfo are spending
a few days at Detroit this week.
Miss Zolma Hall, of Tolrdo,
spent last week with Miss Zolina
Britten, of Perrysburg.
Mrs. Fred Nelderhouse Is spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Carter at Sallna, Mich.
Phil Hartsfeldt has been con
fined to his room the past week
threatened with an attack of typhoid
Mrs. G. W. Sower and daugh
ters Muriel and Florence, of Han
over, Mich., are tho guests of Oliver
Davis and family.
Mrs. Merlin Bowers, who has
been at Stratford, Ont., attending
her mother, who has been 111, joined
her husband here Tuesday evening.
Everybody should "swat the
fly," but It is much easier and more
effective to go to Champney's and
get some of Conkey's fly killer.
Tho Misses Sophia and Edith
Tlmm, of Broadway, Wis., and Mrs.
John Disher, of Watervllle, ate Sun
day dinner with Fred Shaller and
Mrs. J. B. Geither, of Toledo,
and Miss Janetta Coleman, of Fos
toria, were the guests of Miss Kath
erlne Sheets at tho Hoffman homo
Don't use harsh physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation-.
l-ITC :n !, o., l 1
iiu io liii otaauii ui um yuar
when the good housewile has her
perplexities in Iruit preserving.
We can supply you with any
thing you want to make canning a
pleasure as well as" a success.
Fruits, Iresh, and received daily
and the best ol sugar always on
SCHUSTER & SONS t
Farm, 77 acres, good house, large
barn, cement floor in cattle stable,
cement water trough, wind mill, cellar
line orchard. This farm has been used
as a dairy farm. Reasonable terms.
One acre of land in Perrysburg,
good house, barn, sheds, fine fruit,
natural gas, city water in alley. Must
bo sold to settle an estate.
I If you want stbekings that
fcl Will vrroa-r a air- frvr "TT A "V 8
ask for "FAY
"We still have some lawns
that we are closing out cheap.
Stair carpets 23 inches
wide at 25 cents per yard.
W. J. VEITCH.
Miss Strown a former teacher of
this place is visiting at the home of taken soon
Mrs. James McCutcheon.
jonn awartz wno was operatea upon
a week ago Saturday for appendicitis
is rapidly recovering.
Mrs. Volley. Hoffmann of Lemoyne
waB taken hist week to a hospital in
Toledo to undergo an operation.
Mrs. Iungling and Mrs. Born went
to Dayton to attend the funeral of the
On last Saturday morning twin baby
girls arrived at the home of Frank
Bihn. A baby boy also arrived at the
home of Chas. Sandwisch last week.
Henry Hoffmann .south of here, fell
from a hay mow sustaining sovere
injuries. He is being attended by Dr.
Mr. Guy Wilson who has been ill
during the past two weeks has not as
yet been able to resume his duties at
the telegraph ofllce.
Mrs. Jacob Lehman is on tho sick
At a meeting of tho members of the
congregation of the Lutheran church
Sunday, it was decided that a new
heating plant be installed in tho par
sonage. Frank Snyder has gone, to Cincin
nati to construct a house for his cousin
On Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock
the members of tho Lutheran church
and friends will gather at the parson
age of their pastor, Rev. Born, and
celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary
of his work at this place. It will come
In the form of a surpriso, and a very
large attendance is expected. A short
program will bo rendered and two
addresses will bo given in tho after
noon and two in the evening by visit.
ing pastors. A supper will also be
served in tho evening.
Onaweoktiom Sunday Rev. Born
will deliver a special sermon on the
history of his work during tho past
twenty flvo years,
Sny Ridge, Ohio, July 23, 1012
Fine brick house on Front Street,
river view, natural gas, city water,
new barn. Will sell at a bargain if
Four acres with good buildings, on
stone road. All kinds of fruit and
One acre of land on Louisiana Ave.
House, bam, and fine soil. A bargain.
M. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURQ, O.
C. M. B. A'S
The C. M. B. A. ball team last Sun
day shut out the II. M. & R. team of
Toledo by tho score of 3 to 0. Tho II.
M. & R. team has been playing ball
all season and is considered one of the
best amatuer teams in Toledo, and
the local boys are justly proud of the
game they played last Sunday.
The visitors had only one chance to
score and failed to mako tho necessary
connections. lheC. M. B. A. team
Bhowed a complete reversal of form
from the previous Sunday. They hit
well and 'fielded well, there' being but
one error in the entuo grme. The
local boys gathered in ten satehits,
several two baggers.
Next Sunday the Melvins Semi
Pros of Toledo will bo here and as
they have a good reputation a clean
gentlemanly came is assurred. The
g'amo will be called promptly at 2:45.
Admission 16 cents. A good crowd
will bo appreciated.
Miss Marlon Rooso Is visiting In
Cleveland this week.
Mrs. Mae Pitson, of Toledo,
spent last week with Miss Eva Zlngg.
Bert Itelbel, of Rudolph, was
the Sunday visitor of Geo. DeVerna
Mrs. Grace Carter, of Hasklns,
wa3 the guest of Mrs. Ray Carter
Chas. and Frank Finch, of Bowl
ing Green, were the over Sunday vis
itors of Chas. Finch. Sr., and family.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Valentine
Schwlnd, Jr., Thursday, July 18, a
Miss Daisy Schaumloeffel will be
the guest of Miss James In Toledo
FOR SALE-Standard adding
machine in good condition. Good
reason for selling. Inquire at Journal
Mrs. J. Kunron and children of
Bucyrus, Ohio, visited with J. W.
Uorbin and family last week.
Misses Alta Kelley and Dorcas
Wetzel were the guests of Miss Bertha
Shiple last week,
The Misses May Wideman aDd
Bertha Kessler of Toledo and Lula
Schwind were the last Friday guests
of .Miss Minnie Shiple.
For Sale Cheap hard coal burn
er, cook stove, bedsteads and other
articles. H. P. LUCAS.
Keep your eye open for tho BLUE
MARK on your paper. It means
your subscription has expired.
Miss Mary Wideman and Miss
Bess Kessler and Carl Wideman, of
Toledo, spent a few days last week
with Miss Lulu and Agnes Schwind.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hogland and
Mrs. Susie Hogland, of Millville, N.
J., are tho guests of Harry Thomas
and ftfmlly this week. -.
Miss Cora Knerr, Chas. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Birt, of Toledo,
Geo. Knerr and family and Geo. Gills
and wife, of Robsford, were tho Sun
day guests of C. Knerr and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davenport
and family and Mr. and Mrs. N.
Davenport, of Monclova, Ohio, and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spllker and Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Frusher were the
last Sunday guests of Charles Brit
ten, wife and family.
Dysentery is always serious and
often a dairgerous disease-, but It can
bo cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers.
Karl Thompson, of Detroit,
visiting relatives hero this week.
Chas. Finch, Sr., was in Bowling
Green oil business Monday.
Mrs. Frank Noble spent Monday'
Mrs. L. Omo, of Toledo, wns tho
guest of Ira Simmons and family last
Frank Simmons and wife, of
Chicago, wero the guests of Robert
Simmons and family Monday.
E. L. Johnson and wife, Hnrry
Brun and Doren Johnson, of Toledo,
spent Sunday with Robert Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slor and
Mrs. W. P. Adamson spont last week
with relatives at Whitchouso and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slor and W.
P. Adamson and wifo spont Sunday
with W. B. Bishop and wife at To
ledo. Cottage cheese, extra fine. Made
Tuesday and Saturday mornings. Or
der by phone. For particulars call
Blue CS. i4t
The only compIete,jTiotor-
cycle on the market
at the price.
Don't take our word
but let us demonstrate.
A. C. TRYON,
Phone Black 77
Wood County distributor
Catalogues on request.
If you are a housewife you rairnot
reasonably hopo to bo healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep
ing and doing housework all day,
and crawling Into bed dead tired at
night. If you do this every day and
keep your stomach and bowels lir
good ordor by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets when needed, you should be
como healthy and beautiful. For
sale by air dealers.
M. B. Cook, real ostato agent,
reports the following sales: Sixty
acres of land In Monclova township,
Lucas county, Ohio, from D. C.
Whitehead to Henry P. Lucas; also
tho two story brick building and In
lots numbered 388, 405 and 412 in
Perrysburg, Ohio, Henry P. Lucas to
D. C. Whitehead; also the entire gro
cery stock of Henry P. Lucas to D. C.
Tim CHOICE OF A HUSBAND
is too important a matter for a wom
an to be handicapped by weakness,
bad blood or foul breath. Avoid
these k'ill-hopes by taking Dr. King's
Life Pills. New strength, firm com
plexion, pure breath, cheerful spirits
things that win mon follow their
use. Easy, r.afe, sure.' 2Gc nt C.
to SnrinoriR Riiildino'Time &
During tho summer months moth-
ors of young children should watch
for any unnatural looseness of tho
bowels. When glvon prompt atten
tion at this tlmo seriona vroublo may
bo avoided. Chamborlajn's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy can
alwayc bo dopendod upon. For salo
by ajl dealers.
W 7 . . OA.nMd-k J 4-r-i imvlvr
to CEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS to
y In any form or size, or made to special order
to WASHED AND CRUSHED GRADED GRAVEL $
il High Grade Washed Sand in any quantity W
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$ The Elks Builders Supply Co.
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