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What a Difference
When you crawl in bed these cold nights if you
have a good
"HOT WATER BOTTLE
We can supply you with bottles, at reasonable prices,
that have quality, that are guaranteed to give service, or flt
money back. il
2-quart Maximum, Chocolate, 2.00. f
3-quart Maximum, Chocolate, $2.25. f
Guaranteed for 2 years. (j)
2-quart Monogram, Red, moulded very smooth and fi
one of the best bottles we ever saw at the price, guaran- t$
teed for 2 years, at $1.50. ')
lj Signet, Chocolate, 2-quart, $1.00; 3-quart, $1.25. f
(J) Roxbury, Red, 2-quart, $1.00; 3-quart, $1.25. ft)
lj We also have a good assortment of Syringes from (j
yjff $2.00 up combinations too. (0
iJ, Atomizers 65c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25. ($
Ijff Nebulizers at $1.00 and $1.25. fl
(J) Rectal and Ear Syringes, Ice Bags, in fact most any- (j)
jjjl thing in the rubber line. f
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VV( WATCH OUR WINDOWS. GOODS OF QUALITY J)
A. J. WITZLER
Both Phones, No. 1.
.1 furnish either Horse drawn or Auto' Service at
reasonable prices. Credit extended my patrons if needed.
Our work guaranteed satisfactory.
A. J. WITZLER,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burn
thistle and daughter o llaskins,
were guests of Mrs. E. S. DoVerna
Thursday of last week.
Tlio Tliimblo club of the
Woodman Circle were entertained
by Mrs. D. Van Ilellen, Friday
afternoon, at her home in Toledo.
Mis Adam Amos of Portage,
was an over Sunday visitor at the
Dunham Simmons home.
The New Century will give a
minstrel show at the town hall
here, the second week in Decem
ber, which promises to be most
A Good Line Enameled Kitchen Sinks.
Stove Pipe all kinds and sizes. Odd sizes made to order, &j
Oil and Gas Heaters.
DETROIT JEWEL BASE BURNERS
at the Right Prices.
HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HEATING
PLUMBING AND TINNING
Messrs. Don. Cnnfield, Chas.
Maddy and Carl Wellstead were
guests of Mr. Herbert Roether at
Ann Arbor, and attended the Pa.
Mich. football game Saturday.
Itching, torturing skin eruptions dis
figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's
Ointment is praised for its good work.
50c at all drug stores.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Meeker
and children of Toledo, visited
their mother Mrs. Kathryn Meek
Miss Gladys Trudeau, Mr.
Mussel Ilartsiug of Toledo, and Mr.
Howard Whitmcr of Detroit, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Ilartsiug and family.
The fundamental Service of a Bank is the furnishing
Security of your funds,
Security of your valuables,
Security of your credit,
Security of your Investments.
Consult and Bank with us.
We accept this Rcspon-
We have everything you want for that
Goods that arc dependable and sure to please.
Drugs delivered free with your grocery order.
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph. G.
Nyal Quality Drug Store.
Phono, Main 186 Union Delivery
Most Anything that CAN be made of Concrete:
BUILDING BLOCKS, PORCH COLUMS, CHIMNEYS
and TOPS, CISTERN and WELL TOPS, LAWN VASES
JARDINEERS, BIRD BATHS, LAWN BENCHES, '
CEMENT TABLES, SIDEWALK SLABS,
FENCE POSTS, CIRCLE BLOCKS
for CISTERNS, CATCH
ELK Builders Supply Co.
Phone Blue 41 Perrysburgj Ohio.
Let us lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you.
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FOR SALE Cow with
by side. Enquire Fred
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FOR SALE White Tox neck
piece and muff. Enquire Airs.
Win. Stillwell. Phone AVhite 10G
2R. Call, evenings.
four and six years of age, weigh
nig 1,500 pounds. Liuiuiro C. II.
PASSED INTO REST.
On Sunday morning, November
20, 191G, Harold Witzler passed
away, -his death. being result of
injuries received in an explosion
Deceased was a son of William
and Hannah Witzlcr and was born
Horse between ' in Perrysburg township, February
He is survived by his parents,
four brothers and two sisters, to
whom the sincere sympathy of the
community is extended.
The funeral services will bo con
ducted at the homo of his father
Mrs. Robert Pargellis spent on this (Thursday) morning at 10
Wednesday in Toledo with her o'clock by Rev. Kloepfel, and the
Miss Jessie Barton of Toledo,
visited R. P. Barton and family
GOLDEN SUN ((
Coffee, Teas, Spices t
GOLDEN SUN HOLIDAY OFFER
2 lbs. Golden Sun Steel Cut Coffee Value GOc
V " " " Tea " 15c
1 pkg " " Pepper " 10c
1 " " " Ginger " 5c
1 " " " Cinnamon- " 5c
All for 60c Every Day Value 95c
If you are looking
For a Quality Meat Market,
Then don't overlook
For thirty-seven years at the same stand.
Your patronage is always appreciated.
Snider's (New) Tomato Ketchup.
Heinz Famous "57" Varieties.
Fish Every Friday
Phone Main 50
Mrs. Barbara Guilder of Flint,
Mich., was a guest of Mrs. 11. F.
Mrs. E. S. DeVerna and
daughter Miss Lulu, spent Friday
of last week in Toledo.
Mr. Leo Schwind of Merrill,
Mich., is visiting Mr. Vol.
Schwind, Jr., and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Paltz
of Toledo, were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ohls.
Mrs. B. Trombla attended the
recital riven by Mr. H. Ilarter at
the Toledo Museum of Art Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Arm
bruster of Stony Ridge, wore Sun
day guests of their daughter, Mrs.
Mr. R. W. Johnson of the
Champney pharmacy, is enjoying
a month's vacation at his homo in
Mrs. W. I. Taylor and Mrs.
Thos. Finisher have rctunfed from
Charlovoi, Mich., after a week's
visit with Mrs. Minnie Balm and
There will be a box social and
entertainment at the Roaehton
school, district No. 10, on Wednes
day, November 29, 191G. Program
begins at 7 :!30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuhn of
Bowling Green, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Eckel and daughter
Lucile, were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Moscr, Jr.
Try a wool bat 2 lbs., $2.50 for comforts.
Cotton bats, 12c, 15c, 18c, 85c and $1.00.
Outing Flannel, 7c to 14c.
Sweater Coats, 50c to $8.00.
Blankets and Comforts good assortment'.
Underwear for all the family.
Munsing Union Suits, for ladies and gents.
We always have a good line of Shirt Waists.
Come jn and see if you cannot do as well here as
W. J. VEITCH
Miss Mildred Blinn spent
Sunday in Toledo as guest of Miss
Mr. DeWitto Patton spent
Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. Andrew Ranker left Wed
nesday for Florida where he will
spend the winter months.
Mr. Carlton Finkbeiner has
returned from a brief visit with
his brother at Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Jno Shoemaker, Mrs. Ed
Neiderhouso and little son Ed
mund, spent Monday in Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Neitz and
family of Toledo, and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Neitz of Ilobnrt, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. M. A. Powell, Mrs. Jessie
Schlcct and daughter Mary Ann,
of Toledo, and Mrs. May Powell
were guests of Mrs. Robert Par
The New Century club met
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
T. M. Milligan at her home on
Second street. Interesting papers
were road by Mrs. S. E. Hartshorn,
Mrs. D. C. Whitehead and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Overmeyer of
Bellvue, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Klagg
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Snyder and family, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Stanley and Mrs. Pearl
Thompson and family of Toledo,
were Sunday evening guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rietz.
sister Mrs. M. A. Powell.
Mr. Fred Keller of Stony
Ridge, spent the past two weeks
at the Fred A. Schneider farm.
Dr. and Mrs. Kinsley have
gone to Columbus Grove, Ohio, for
a brief stay with Mrs. IL II. nolhs.
Miss Margaret Walsh has re
turned from a week's visit in Cyg
net With her sister Mrs. George
Mr. Fred Farley and daugh
ter Miss Marie, of Gladwin, Mich.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Farley and other relatives here.
burial will be at Woodville.
Phone Blue 33
Real Estate Bargains.
40 Acres of good sand loam with
house of 7 rooms and cellar. Barn.
Good orchard and plenty of small fruit
within 3 miles of Monclova. Horsos,
and cow and machinery, go for $4,500.
59 Acres of fine corn, wheat and
oats land. Good orchard, and house of
seven rooms. Small barn, corn cribs
and other small buildings. Well tiled
and in number one condition. Only
half mile off of stone road and only
3 miles of Monclova. Price S7.500.
6 Acres of fine land, well tiled, with
house of seven rooms. A good barn
Mrs. E. Ilartsiug had as guest
Thursday Mrs. Ida Mann of Bowl
Mrs. Win, Mills visited her
son Chester and family at Detroit
tor the week's end.
Dr. W. H. Rheinfrank has re
turned from a week at the Mayo
institute at Rochester, Minn.
Mrs. Ed. Frusher and daugh
ters Francis and Mable, and Mr.
A. E. Wallace spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roe and
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ging of
Waterville, who leave next week
tor Lalitornia, where they will
make their home during the winter
months, were Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Hillabrand's guests Sunday.
A letter received from Mr.
A. C. Pargellis, who with his
sister left ior Sorrento, Fla., on
the 14th, states that on arriving at
Jacksonville on the lGth they
found the wbather of much moro
severe nature than that they left
behind at Perrysburg.
Ye old time concert, given by
the Dorcas Society at the Presby
terian church last Friday night
was a pronounced success. The
members were costumed in the
styles their grandmothers wore
and presented a very charming
appearance. The program of vocal
and instrumental numbers that
were popular when grandpa was
GEO. J. MUNGER
Phone, Main B0, "Rea , Blaok 05.
Vi acre of land with new one-story
frame Bungalow, situated on Indiana
Ave., only two blocks from school, at
House and lot on Second St. One of.
the best locations in Perrysburg, Ohio.
A bargain for some one.
Cottage house and lot on Third St.,
one block from school.
One acre with cottage house, fine
fruit, macadam road. A fine home.
Ono aero of land, brick house and
plenty of fruit, four blocks from street
550 acres, sand loam farm, in Mon
clova Township, Lucas County, good
M. B. COOK
J Real Estate Agent Perryeburf , Ohio,
and chicken house, good well and i a kid, together with two pleasing
cistern, and 30 large apple trees, 15
pear trees, poach, cherry and plum
trees and 200 grape vines in Perrys
burg, for $3,800.00.
A. T. DEWLAND.
readings which wero also Avell
given, made up a program -that
was unusually interesting and re
flected much credit on all who par
ticipated. The ladies should not
permit this to be their last effort.
E. I. BROWN
S Fresh Whipping Cream always on hand. )
Thanksgiving "Sweet Cider" Last of season, jj
K Phone 15
& STAPLE GROCERIES
S FRUITS and VEGETABLES
FOLGER'S SMOKED MEATS
g FRESH SAUSAGE
S JELKE OLEOMARGARINE