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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
Are you getting them? Do you want them?
J Our spices are much cheaper than the inferior
grades because it takes
' the genuine spice taste.
thing you. want. Ask
S should be glad to show you our line.
"Goods of Quality."
Daily Cincinnati Enquirer On Sale Here.
Mrs. Harry Thomas spent Mon
day In Toledo.
"Wood or soft coal stove for salo
cheap. Inquire of A. T. Dewland.
Miss Kate Young Is spending the
-week at Weston, the guest of her
brother, Mr. Phillip Young.
Mrs. Henderson, of Ithaca, Mich.,
Is visiting Mr. L. A. Hallowell and
family of Perrysburg.
Mrs. Tancyhlll, Mrs. P. Wltzler
and Mrs. C. Wallace spent Thursday
of last week with Mrs. A. J. Conklln,
In tho country.
Cottage chees, extra line. Made
Tuesday and Saturday mornings.
Order by phone. For particulars,
call Dlue C8. 31a
A fine program Is being prepared
by the Y. P. B. and the reports of
the Lima Convention by our delegates
will bo an Interesting feature. No
charges for admittance, but a silver
collection will bo very acceptable.
Mr. and Mrs. Oaff, of Toledo, Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. McKendry, of Bowling
Green, Mrs. Dubbs, of Newark, O.,
and Mrs. Minnie King, of Erie, Pa.,
were week end guests of Mr. Bert
King at their country home.
80 acres black loam, 1J miles from Bowling Green, 10 room house wilh
cellar, large barn, silo. A No 1. dairy farm.
80 acres 11 miles north of Toledo, 7 room house, hiproof barn, well, other
out buildings, $ mile to electric line. 90 per acre.
02 acres black loam, 1 J miles to market, good buildings and on electrio
line out of Toledo, oats run 70 bushels per acre. Price $125 per acre.
GO acres 4 V miles from Wauseon, mixed soil, 7 room house, cellar and fur
nace, barns 80 x -10 and 21 x 18, goob water supply. Price S7000.
Several poultry, fruit and truck farms from i acre up to 13 acres with and
without buildings. Come and look over my lists. Also houses and lots.
Local agent for Michigan and Cancda lands.
ALFRED G. DIBERT,
Real Estate Agent,
Miss Daisy Schaumleoffol and
sister, Mrs. J. It. Ganson, of Cleve
land, left Wednesday for several
months visit with their brother Mr.
L. It. Schaumleoffel, at San Francisco,
Cal. They will stop at Denver and
Salt Lake City to visit friends.
Donald Finkbeiner did not go to
Ann Arbor as the Journal stated last
week, having decided to take a year
for work and obtain practical ex
perience before entering college. He
Is to be congratulated upon his de
termination to gain experience by
hard work, for it is tho boy who
works that wins.
A number of the members of the
Perrysburg and Maumeo I. O. O. F.
lodges were entertained by tho raora
bers .of the lodge at Watorvllle, in
their hall at that place, Friday even
ing. All reported a very good time.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
h This week we have a big
ft supply of Outings. 6 to 15 g
$ cents per yard. Flannelette
at 8, 10 and 12 1-2 cents.
f Blankets, 5 Ocents up. Fleece
I Lined and Edbb&d underwear. N
$ A good line of quilting ma-
& terial. I
W. J. VEITCH.
less, and, too, you get
That taste is the one
us about spices. We
Wanted Buyers for canvas
gloves. Plenty In stock now, All
prices and kinds. A. C. FULLER.
Mr. Frank, of Perrysburg Is
spending..n couple of weeks In Chica
Mr. J. Swartz and family, of
Portage, were Sunday guests of Mr.
I. Whltson and family.
M. B. Cook, real estate agent,
reports the sale on lot eighty-six (8G)
in Perrysburg from Daniel Kllngler
to Oliver T. Davis.
Doan's Regulets cure constipation
without griping, nausea, nor any
weakening effect. Ask your druggist
for them. 25 cents per box.
A reception Is to be held at the
M. E. Church on Friday night in
honor of the return to this village
of Rev. E. J. Webster. Everybody
seems pleased to have the reverend
gentleman and his estimable wife as
signed here for another year.
If Marshal Taylor should have a
sort of "stuck-up" appearance It will
not be because he is particularly
proud, but merely on account of a
little sticky fly paper to which he
seemed very much attached last Mon
da night. Ask him about it.
Mr. Chas, Veitch and family, of
Toledo, were Sunday guests of Per
YeATH ENTERS THEIR HOME.
Death entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Eckel and took from
them their infant child, Mildred
Kathryn Eckel. She was born Au
gust 1G, 1912, and died October 2,
She had suffered severely for the
past three weeks and nothing that
medical skill could do for her seemed
of any avail until death called her
Tho family have the deepest sym
pathy of many friends in their be
reavement. Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, October 3, and interment
in tho Catholic cemetery.
J. W. Copeland,v of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and before tho bottle was all
used tho boy's cold was gone. Is that
not bettor than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill? For salo by all dealers.
Mr. II. Sawyer and wlfo spont
Sunday with relatives In Sylvanla.
Mrs. E. J. Webster called on
friends In Toledo, Tuesday.
FOR SALE Oak plank, woI sea
soned. Enquire at Journal office
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Lohr spont
Sunday with friends in Monroe,
Mrs. Margaret Rhoda visited her
son George In Monelova tho first of
Miss Meltha Kohl spent Sunday
In Mpnrooville, tho guest of friends
Mr. B. Marti spent last week
with his daughter, Mrs. C. G. Brown,
of Liberty Center.
Miss Marian Curtis and Merle
Curtis visited Mr. C. J. Leatherman
and family, Sylvanla, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Abel Comstock, of
Bowling Green called on Mr. E
Chapman and wife Sunday afternoon.
FOR SALE 20 yards now rag
carpet. Enquire of Mrs. Leavy, Mul
berry Street. 33a
Mr. and Mrs. Peddock and
children, of Portage, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox at their
Miss Margery Davy, Miss Loretta
Heinlein, Mrs. E. N. Culver and Mr.
H. C. Heinlein, all of Toledo, we;c
tho Sunday guests of D. VanHcllen
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Munger, Jr.,
and daughter Elizabeth, Miss Marie
Munger and Frank Munger were
Sunday guests of Mr. Martin Ault
and family in the country.
The W. C. T. U. and Y. P. B
unite In holding a public meeting at
the Evangelical Church, Tuesday
evening, October 15. Good music
will bo in attendance.
Mr. Everett Nelfer, of Lima,
spent Sunday with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Neifer. He has been
transferred from Lima to Washing
ton, Ind. and will move his family
there at once.
One acre of land, good buildings,
and plenty of fruit. At a bargain.
Vacant lot on Front Street, fine lo
cation. A bargain for some -one if
House and four lots on Main street.
Good location. Will sell at a bargain
to settle an estate.
House and lot in Bowline Green for
sale or will exchange for Perrysburg
property. 2 to 3 acres preferred.
77 acre farm. Good buildings, wind
mil), cooling house, cellar, cement
water trough, good soil and on stone
road. Terms reasonable.
. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURQ, O.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Howard Eggles
ton and daughter Helen, of Toledo,
were Sunday guests of R. P. Barton
Mr. and Mrs. James Beard, Chris
topher Beard, and Miss Jennie Harris
of Adrian, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Carlyle of Detroit, Mich'., Mrs. Ida
Jackson of Kansas City, Mn., and Miss
Margaret Ashbv of Toledo, were
guests of Mrs Mary Ford and family
Rev. E. J. Webster filled the pul
pit at Broadway, M. E. Church, Sun
day morning last, he having ex
changed pulpits with his cousin Rev.
B. F. Redding, who has been tho
Pastor at that church the past year.
Rev. Redding has been appointed
Superintendent of Delaware District,
and will move his family to Delaware
When you have a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable so
as tO CllrO It. wU.h ns lltflo lnln-ir oo
possible. Here is a druggist's opin-
Cough Remedy for fifteen years'
says Enos Lollar of Saratoga, Ind.,'
ket." For salo by all dealers.
MUST nE SOLD.
On account of moving to tho west
tho following household articles are
offered for sale at vory low prlcos:
Oe stool range, 1 sterling hard coal
heater, one 3-burner hot plate, l
wood boater, fruit cans, dishes.
crocks, jugs, churn, tubs, wash
board, coal buckets, ' dining chairs,'
rockora, c solid walnut chairs, stands,
tables, bodsteadB, 1 walnut dresser,
4 feather beds.
Goods may be seen at tho rosl
doncp on Front street,
MRS, MARY A, SIBLING,
Prices quoted on Wednesday ovon
lng, subject to fluctuations of market,
Rn Whnnt 1.00
White Wheat Oflc
Corn, per cwt 1.10
Corrected each week by Schuster & Son
Hutier .". .27
Prices quoted by Mungor Bros.
ltoo-t?rs old live 0
(Jhlckuns, old 10 12
ChlcKons, live, spring 11 to 12
Chickens, droBROd, 12 to 13
Turkey, live 15
Geese, live 10
Ducks, liye 12
Cattle 35 to 7
Cntvoa live- - 74 to9-i
Calves Dressed 11 to 13
rioea.liva 04 to Si
Hogs Dressed 8 to 10 J
Lambs 4? to 5i
Sheep, 2 to34
Elbert Williams spent Sunday in
LOST Large white crotchoted
shawl. Finder i lease leave at Journal
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shaller spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Man
dell. Mr. Bert Fuller, of Philadelphia,
Pa., is spending a few days with
friends and relatives in Perrysburg.
Miss Myrtle Cobb was the Sun
day guest of Miss Lulu Schaum
loeffel, of Perrysburg.
Misses Anna and Carrie Fitz
gerald, of Toledo, were Sunday guests
of Miss Mary Franey.
Mrs. Gertrude Brown, of Hol
land w,as the 'guest of Perrysburg
friends several days of last week.
Ttev. and Mrs. E. J. Webster are
entertaining Dr. N. F. Tllton, of Ma
rlon, this week
Rev. and Mrs. E. J Webster en
tertained Rev Redding and famllv, of
Toledo, Mondaj, at 6 o'clock dinner.
Mrs. A. C. Fuller and daughter
Mary, Mrs. Wm. Moser and family
spent Wednesday of last week with
Mrs. J. A. Rogers, Toledo.
Mrs. John Haitsfelt and daugh
ter Helen, of Waterville, were the
Tuesday dinner guests of Fred Shal
ler and family.
A dollar deposited now will be the
acorn of your future. Just as surely
(as you make the start the oak of finan
cial independence will grow, provided
you are interested in making it grow.
Young men who spend all their money
as they make it will bo surprised to
sea how rapidly money will accumu
late once the saving habit is formed.
NOW is the time to stare resolve to
do It this pay day.
The Perrysburg Banking
The members are cautioned not
to forget the meeting of tho Ladies'
Aid society of tho M. E. church in
the church parlors, Friday afternoon,
October 11. Come and bring friends.
Election of officers. Mrs. E. Thorn
ton and Mrs. J. Kcons will bo tho
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to our neighbors and frlonds1
and to the choir for their kindness I
and sympathy shown to us and the'
singing rendered by tho choir on tho '
occasion of the illness and death ot
our beloved baby. Also for tho
many beautilul llonil offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eckel
"All persons holding claims or ac
counts of any kind whatsoever, against
The Suburban Light & Power Com
pany and Tho Maumeo Electric Com
pany, or who have advanced money
to said Companies tor the construction
of service equipment, will pleaso "mall
a statement of tho same to Eugene
Hheinfrank, Attorney at Law, bil'i
Kpltzer Bldg,, Toledo. Ohio, for pay
niont or adjustment, "
-M BANK Wi T
aMmw account tHiy,., .
Canning Time is Here $
(jj We can Supply
ij Quality and all Kinds. &
jj Fruit Cans and Jars of all Makes 52
g WE BUY YOUR PRODUCE??
) and we will pay you the highest price lor it. Our $
stock of groceries is large
fjl so have everything needed
$ SCHUSTER & SONS $
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kopp of
Bowling Green were guests of Chas.
Muir and family the past week.
I Mr. Dan Kllnger and wife, of
Geneva, O., are spending a few days
calling on Perrysburg friends.
Wm. Mills and wife were Sun-
, day callers at tho Isaac Whltson
home near Lime City.
Corduroy caps, new this week, 50c
a piece; leather caps, for driving,-
A. C. FULLER.
Mr. and Mrs, F. Hegamaster and
pon Donald were quests of Mr. Tom
TInney and family, Lime City, Sun
i day afternoon.
I Mrs. I. S. Bowers and Mrs.
i Harry La Farree were callers at the
Joseph Hoilman country home Fri
Mr. Earl Kaizenberg and family,
of Bowling Green, motored to Perrys
burg Sunday and called on Miss Kate
FOR SALE Second hand
stoves 1 hard coal heater, 1 steel
range, bedsteads, several pieces ot
solldi walnut furniture. Call at Jour
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
This is to notify the public that
Mr. R. Tanner and Mr. J. I. Cox arc
not In the employ of the Modern
Mausoleum Co., and any transactions
with them are not binding on said
company after date.
FRED J. HUGHES,
&, . ..
Thats the Proper Underwear!
The Best Line in the Country
Comfortable, Perfect Fitting, Warm and Faultless
"Want a 50 cent garment? We have it.
Need better? $1.00 per garment.
Half wool for $2.00
All wool for $3.00. $3.50 or even more.
We handle two-piece and union suits.
we have the EXLUS.VE AGENCY of this line
if this underwear is not O K in fit or wear, bring
The place to buy this underwear is at
A. C. FULLER'S.
the Fruit of Best $
and always Iresh. We al- $
in Iruit preserving.
Mrs. James Carter Is visiting
relatives at Bluffton this week.
Mrs. Wm. Mills visited in To
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hartsing
spent Sunday In Toledo with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Redding.
Misses Mayme Reis, Pearl Noble,
and Freda Wolke are spending the
week with Miss Sadie Kllngler, at
Miss Starr Hallowell, a teacher
in the Detroit schools, spent Sunday
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Miss Minnie Furry of Pember-
lc, Ohio, and Mrs. Jennie Baugh-
man, of Toledo, are guests of D.
VanHellen and family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neifer. Mls3
Cobcrly and Miss Nell Sullivan, weie
Sunday guests of Mr. John Bayers
'and family in the country.
Mrs. John Koons has been spend
ing a couple of weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Clyde Urschell, at
I Some of the finest apples wo
have seen this year, were raised on
Mr. Alvin Phillip's farm east of
Perrysburg. For quality they beat
the Western coast fruit.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Urschell, of Bowling Green will
be interested to know they have had
a baby girl born to them a few days
ago. She has been christened Irene