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j THERE Is positively no reason why
you should give your cnua a cougii
remedy LOADED with OPIATES, as
NYAL'S BABY COUGH SYRUP does the
work without it. It is a harmless yet
$ effective preparation. 25c per bottle.
Until April first we close at 7:30 excepting
FlJHERAL PJRECTOR AHD liALMEil
Tclcphono No. 1.
Calls promptly answered night op clay.
perrysburg, ' orao.
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"Goods of Quality."
Watch Our Windows.
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DELINQUENT TUX SALE.
February 11, 1013. ia tho date, and
every property owner should not wait
till his property is sold and he is com
polled to pay a big penalty to redeem it
Mrs. E. D. Ross of Toledo, called
on friends in Perrysburg Saturday.
Miss Reichert of Detroit, is a
cuest at the John Yeager home this
Mrs. Gertrude Brown of Toledo,
visited friends here the first of the
The W. C. T. U. will hold a
market at the Davis store next Satur
Mrs. Hartsfelt of Waterville, was
a guest at the home of Mr. Fred
Mr. Andrew C. Kazniair of Milan,
Mich., is visiting friends and relatives
in Perrysburg this week.
Dwight and Harry DeVerna are
spending a few weeks with O. 0.
Arnold of Brooklyn, Michigan, and A
W. DeVerna ofNarvel, Michigan.
FOR SALE -House and lot, Sec
ond street, corner of Maple st., $1500.
Call on James Carter, Second St. 4i5tf
Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. Do Verna spent
Friday in Toledo, the guests of friends.
Mrs. A. S. Demuth of Haskins, O.,
spent Monday night with her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox and baby
Fox were guests of B. F. Gunder and
family the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Eckley and
son Gerald of Custar were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McGee.
Watches and Clocks care
fully repaired. Work guar
anteed. O. LAMONT, Jew
eler, 2nd St., Perrysburg, O.
FOR SALE Fine farms and
other property. Address Mrs. J. Mc
Keever, Howell, Mich., Box 562. 45f
Mr. E. L. Clay was a business
caller at Bowling Green Monday.
Miss Gertrude Hayes of Toledo
was the Sunday guest of Miss Jessie
Mr. J. B. Sheplar of Toledo was a
guest at the home of Mrs. G. S. Mc
Mr. Chas. Britton is visiting at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. H. A.
Berning, this week.
Mrs. H. E. Prentiss of French,
New Mexico, was a guest at the E. L.
Clay home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Luebben were
guests at the country home of Mr.
Dunham Simmons, Sunday.
Misses Helen and Lois Kazmaier
spent Sunday with Ruth and Nellie
Frusher at their country home.
Mrs. F. B. Tucker of Haviland,
Paulding county, is visiting relatives
and friends in Perrysburg and vicinity,
Mrs. Chas. De Verna and daugh
ter Fanchon of Dunbridge are visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Shipman.
Mr. and Mrs. William Armbruster
of Stony Ridge were guests of their
daughter, Mrs. C. A? Hoffman, on
Thursday of last week.
Miss Jessie Spilker entertained as
her guests on Sunday last, Misses
Florence and Clara Virtih, Louise
Rolla and Lucina Lepper.
. WJwft lillTO'1ACCOtSS0'7
Don't Always Be A
Look forward to the day when
vou mav be an employer. The
sure way to make the start is to
put aside a fixed amount of your
income each week. You can do
this if you make up your mind to
it. We cater to the wage earner
who is seeking to improve his con.
The Perrysburg Bank
Mr. Chas. Ragan of Maumee,
called on friends JMonday.
Mr. Geo. A. Powers called on
friends in the burg Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waffle enter
tained friends and relatives from
Waterville the first of the week.
Miss Angel Steuer has returned
to her home in Toledo after a pleas
ant visit with friends in Perrysburg.
Mrs. J. Shcppard of Rochester,
New York, is visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wallace.
Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Webster were
entertained at the home of Rev. and
Mrs. Holmes, Toledo, on Wednesday
of last week.
That Appetite of Yours
Will be Well Satisfied if you buy your
Groceries, Flour, Canned Goods
At our store. Remember, our Goods are
Fresh, and Delivered Promptly.
Highest Quality and Lowest Price
assured in Drugs, Medicines
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
House and one
acre, mostly fruit,
10 acres, 2 miles from Perrysburg
between Avenue and Smith stone
roads, good soil.
20 acres, good soil. 21 miles from
Perrysburg, l mile from Western Re
40 acres black sand loam farm,
5 miles from Maumee on stone
road, good buildings; at a bargain
if taken soon.
On Friday evening of last week
the members of the Presbyterian Sun
day school entertained their friends at
the annual banquet in the church par
lors. On Saturday of last week Mr. I.
S. Whitson had the misfortune to fall
and injure his right arm. Since the
accident he has been afflicted with
rheumatism in the left arm and
threatened with pneumonia, his condi
tion being very serious for a few
On tAM JAL Millna fMwt fni.moa
good buildings, stone road, black sand
loam, good location.
15 acres, black soil, tiled, cottage
house, barn, 2 miles from electric line,
2 miles from Haskins.
M. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSBURQ, O.
Mr. L. B. Lucas and family of To
ledo, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. A.
Rev. Reading of Delaware, was the
guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Webster
Mr. Fred Hill of Toledo, was the
guest of Mr. George Lober and fam
Mrs. Robert Hillabrand visited
with Mrs. Edgar Hampton in Toledo
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gomecsall
of Bowling Green, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Elmer and Mrs. Mary Krauss of To
ledo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Koons Sunday.
Mrs. Lottie Marshall and family
spent Sunday in Toledo with relatives.
Mr. George Craig was a caller at
the homo of Mr. Frank Rider, Lime
Mrs. Frank Harris of Toledo, was
a guest at the home of her brother,
Mr. Freeman Bowers, last week.
A number of young people were
entertained at the home of Millard
Davenport on Monday evening of last
Miss Edna Hartsing and her
guest, Miss Jessie Cowles, of Detroit,
left Tuesday for McClure and Na
poleon where they will spend several
A number of friends and neigh
bors called at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A J. Conklin on Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Roy Waffle entertained a few
friends at a "smoker" Saturday even
ing. The boys say the most striking
feature of the party was the decora
Prof. Clayton Kohl and son, John,
of Mt. Holyoke, Mass., returned to
their home the first of the week after
a short visit with his mother, Mrs. J.
Kohl, and other relatives.
We handle a line of
The Best Guaranteed Leather and
Imitation Leather, Steel
$12 to $40.
A. J. WITZLER.
SO acres black loam, 1 miles from Bowling Green, 10 room house wilh
cellar, large barn, silo. A No 1. dairy farm.
80 acres 14 miles north of Toledo, 7 room house, hiproof barn, well, other
out buildings, mile to electric line. 90 per acre.
92 acres black loam, 1 miles to market, good buildings and on electric
line out of Toledo, oats run 70 bushels per acre. Price $125 per acre.
60 acres Ah miles from Wauseon, mixed soil, 7 room house, cellar and fur
nace, barnB 30 x 40 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 Canada lands.
ALFRED G. DIBERT,
Real Estate Agent, PERRYSBURG, OHIO.
Prices Cut in Two
All our MadetoMeasure Clothes
are selling way below reason, almost.
On Wednesday of last week Mrs.
Thomas Tracy entertained with a
handsomely appointed luncheon of
ten covers at the Woman's building as
a courtesy to her mother, Mrs. W. H.
Pratt, in honor of the latter's birth,
HAYE YOUR TREES SPRAYED.
I can do you a better job for less
money than you can do yourself and
your spraying will be done right so
that it kills scale. I have a power
sprayer and can run 300 pressure if
needed. I also have a powerful hand
power pump I will rent, with barrel
"and hose, by the day.
J. C. JENSSEN,
Fruit and vegetable sprayer, Perrys
burg, Ohio. Lock box No. 1 Phone,
Main 129. 47d
Mrs. R. E. Keehan of Savannah,
Mo., Mrs. D. W. Reynolds of Peebles,
O., and Mr. Corwin Young of Detroit,
Mich., were week-end guests of Mrs.
Corwin Webb and family.
On Tuesday evening of last week
a number of friends and neighbors
called at the country home of, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Conklin, who will soon
move into their new home on Second
street, and gave them a house warm
ing. Those present were Mr. Willian.
Kazmaier and family, Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Mercerj, Mr. John Moser and
family, Mr. Lambert Carter and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cartor, Mr. Bert
King and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Gunder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Schwind, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schal
ler, Mr. and Mrs. J. Newbauer and
Mr. Fred Kopp and family.
There is a Saving of $3 to $8 on Every Suit.
The Yardage on these Goods is Short and Time
is Short. Order a Suit now.
j(OW is the time to get ready
for your spring sewing. We
have a good line of muslin,
sheeting and pillow tubing.
White Table cloth from 29 cents to $1.00 per yard,
Try our &1.00 and $1.50 Princess corsets.
We have just received a new lot of Fay Hosiery
for children. Can't be beat for wear. Try them.
15 cents per pair.
OUR PANT SALE
is still on and the good ones will be picked out if
you don't hurry.
Miss Ada Escott of the Miami
Children's Home, was a guest at the
E. S. Hartshorn home Saturday.
Mr. Harry Hartsing, wife and
baby of McClure, were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartsing.
Clergymen, men of letters, uni 1
versity professors, in fact all classes
of people have united in stamping
Kate Douglas Wiggin and Charlotte
Thompson's comedy "Rebecca of Sun
nybrook Farm" which is soon to be
seen at Valentine theatre, Toledo, as
an entertainment of the greatest value
and the most innocent amusement.
Hamilton W. Mable, editor of the
Outlook said of it: "The play is as
fresh and facinating as a bright morn
ing in summer." Dr. C. H. Parkurst,
the famous reformer called it "An
untainted play appealing to the heart."
A. T. Shau filer, district superintendent
of schools in New York said of the
play: It is not often that one has an
opportunity to see so beautiful a play
so charmingly presented,"
"Had dyspepsia or indigestion for
years. No appetite and what I did eat
distressed me terribly. Burdock
Blood Bitters reached the cause."
J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio.
FOR SALE Good barn,
of Fred Hillabrand.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hite of Dun
bridge, were Perrysburg visitors last
Miss Sarah Flowers of Maumee,
called at the home of Mrs. J. Drops
Prof. Clayton Kohl and family
have been visiting in Perrysburg at
the home of his mother, Mrs. John
Kohl. Prof. Kohl has just returned
from Leipsic, Germany, where he had
been for the previous six months
persuing a special line of studies. He
is professor of Pedagogy in Mt. Holy
oke College at South Hadley, Mass.,
and was granted a six months' leave
of absence for the purpose of going
abroad to take up a special line of in
struction and study. Prof. Kohl is a
splendid example of what can be ao
complished by a young man who has
the determination to obtain knowl
edge regardless of how many sacrifices
he must make and how hard his task
may be. He was one of the Perrys
burg boys who worked on the farm
by day and studied by night until he
succeeded in graduating from the high
school and then followed teaching un
til he could take a college course and
has continued work and study until he
has now reached a. most enviable po
sition in his profession.
Remember the Double Stamp Deal next Saturday.
A. C. Fuller & Sons
Mr. H. Falconer and family left
Tuesday for an extended visit in Cin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs.
William Schlect, Mr. C. A. Hoffman
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoffman were
entertained at 5 o'clock dinner Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keip, To
ledo. Mrs. A. S. DeMuth of Haskins,
has been appointed agent for tho
Spirela corset and will be In Perrys
burg the first and second weeks of
February, 1918, for the purpose of
(Soliciting orders, and will make her
home with Mrs, Marti, whero orders
may be left. 48b
Spray Your Trees Now
WINTER SPRAYING IS BEST
Rex Sulphur & Lime Spray
We sell it in barrel, half-barrel. S-gal and
half gallon quantities.
Mrs. David Hatcher spent Sunday
with frends in Toledo.
Mrs. E. S. DeVerna spent a few
days of last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Richard, in Bowl
Found Gold ring at Town Hall.
Owner may have same by describing
and paying for this notice. Inquire
at Journal Oflleo. 48a
The members of Mrs. R. R. Harts
horn's Sunday school class were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Thomas on Friday evening.
After a short business session a pleas
ant social hour was spent. All report
a good time.
We have a full line of
Barrel and Hand Spray Pumps
HOSE AND NOZZLES,
Bamboo Extension Poles.
We Sell everything necessary for Spraying.
O. F. RIDER
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