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title: 'Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, November 23, 1916, Image 6',
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GAIiLll'OMSt The KmmuRii Coat
Washcry, n largo plant on the Ohio
river near here, resumed operations
nfter being lrtlo more than two years.
SANDUSKY. Kecaiisp of high pri
ces of food mill fuel, city llrcinen have
petitioned for .salary Increases rang
Iiir from .$15 a month to ?-!.
FIXDLAY. An owl, blinded by the
brlRht lights of an east bound West
ern Ohio Intorurban car, crashed thru
the window of the front 'Vestibule with
such force that the niotorman, Bang
Weaver, was knocked senseless and
remained lu that condition ten min
utes. WKSTON. The First National
bank horp was broken Into and robbed.
The burglars were frightened away
before .they had gotjen Into the Innor
vault and so far as known the loot did
not exceed iflfil).
TOIjKDO. In an effort to have
northwestern Ohio listed iuhoiir dry
territory nest fall, the Anti-Saloon
League has begun preparations for i
whirlwind campaign. On December
It, Itlelnuoiid Pearson Hobson will
speak In Toledo and six other towns;
Carolyn Geysel, of Battle Creek,
I a w-k-? jfirjy?9
J Mich., will conduct meetings In 20
towns, and Wayne B. Wheeler, gen
eral counsel for the Anti-Saloon"
League In America, will spenk In three
KINDLAY. Winter bns halted all
work on the Dixie highway Tn Hand-'
cock county. Six miles of brick pave
ment have been completed west of the
city and a stretch north has been laldi
all but the placing of the asphalt. This
road will be open this winter as a
I OlilOVlOIAND. There Is no ro
mance In llgures, hut because city
I budget must be made up John H. Mor-
'flu lf i ufil t tort Mil 11 lin il f nnafnnnn
1 T( Vll,l IMUH.JHVIHI aiL4a .7 IVIOlIUIIU
TOLEDO. Dealers report raw lin
seed oil, In barrels, quoted at 08 cents
a gallon, Is now worth $1.05. In ilve
gnllon lots It is selling at $1.15, an
advance of live cents a gallon. Boiled
linseed prices show similar gains.
1 Turpentine has advanced live cents
a gallon, being quoted liow at from 05
' to 75 cents.
Wo arc Featuring, this week, our two-lone
boots, which come in the best washable kid that
can be bought. These boats come in combina
tions oF black vamp, white top; two shades of
grey; brown with ivory tops; all brown; all
grey and black with grey tops. These arc won
derful values at the above price oF $6.50.
The charm of this dainty remlnlno footwear cannot be
portrayed In plctute or type, for the ile.slKiieis have sur
pausetf themselves tills season. You must actually .see
This week a special wjndow display is being made
of ail the newest effects created at a saving of from
S2.00 to $.1.00.
WOOD'S BOOT SHOPS
416 Adams Sf . 243 St. C'air St.
No scent Is more delicious for the
linen chest than dried sweet clover
Remember this on your next ex
pedition to the country.
Tie the dried clover in cheesecloth
ags and spread these between the
layers of bed or table linen.
If one has ceased to care for lav
ender or sweet clover for the house
hold linen, use the dried leaves or
even the fresh branches of leman
It is strangely sweet and wonder
fully pungent and quite reminds one
of grandmother's linen chest.
Write or Call on
H. J. VOTTELER & SON
Arcade Music Store
37 Arcade, Cleveland, Okie.
SHOES AT RIO.HT PRICES.
The fact that shoe prices are one
third more, today than few months
ago. makes the head of the family
worry. It Is good news to say Hint
one concern have such big buying
power, and such low selling expense
that the old prices on nil shoes still
prevail. To think of buying solid
leather shoes for the boys and girls
at $1.08 and boots at the same price,
with $1.08 and $2.08 as the price on
stylish, servlcable shoes for women
Is like llndlng money. The folks of
this vicinity are (locking to O. R.
Kinney Shoe Co., 510 Jefferson Ave.,
Toledo, Ohio, because the values are
unequnlcd anywhere. It will pay your
expenses for the family to got foot
wear for the winter at this low priced,
rellnblc footwear concern. Right side
of Madison going from Summit, above
the Secor Hotel, near the gas ofllee.
A big double store, you can't miss
Klnneys. the "shoo fiither," where
1.08 gets the shoes you want. A big
stock of new rubbers at lowest prices,
and holiday novelties at same savings.
Time for gift slippers right uqw, you
WiE WANT TURKEYS. CHICK
ENS. GEESE, DUCKS, LIVE OR
DRESSED. HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, ON COMMISSION. OR
CHECK AT ONCE. ANY QUANTITY.
SHIPPERS OR OTHERS SEND TO
US IMMEDIATELY SATISFAC
TION GUARANTEED. ADDRESS
DPT. B. GEROE COMPANY. TOLE
DO. OHIO. WRITE OR PHONE AT
OUR EXPENSE, OR SHIP AT ONCE.
REFERENCES ANY TOLEDO BANK.
WE CAN USE ANYTHING IN POUL
TRY. BUT WANT IT AT ONCE. YOU
WILL MAKE MORE .MONEY WITn
US THAN ELSEWHERE, SO ACT
Valuable Gem Concealed Under Skin
of Animal's Shoulder.
Gillespie, 111. L. Grabner, a resi
dent of Sawervllle, who receives
"gratis" the Injured and worthless
mules of the Superior Coal company,
the price of their hides be receives .
aftor shipment being bis part, was
much surprised on reaching the
shoulder of one of the animals to .
find a one and one-half carat diamond
buried beneath the skin. It Is sup- i
posed that it had been placed thero I
by some one for safe keeping, but no
one has come forward to claim It. ;
inncle eeryIierc. Quick nnd Ktirprlx
Inn rcNultH nt moderate cost. Semi un
Tour nccoimtN. .No collection, no din rue.
MII.Mill'S MEH.CANTII.I2 AGENCY, 211
IlclsInKcr Ate., IJnrlon. Ohio.
A Phlladelphlan is the inventor of a
shaving mirror to be attached to a
man's shoulders by harness so that
it always is in front of him and the
same distance from his faco.
A Piano in Every Home
J. & C. Fisher Pianos and Player Pianos
Halle t & Davis Pianos md Player Pianos
Ivers & Pond Pianos and Player Pianos
, THREE OF THE BEST PIANOS IN THE WORLD
x Our Holiday Stock is complete. Come in and make an early selection
while you can make comparison in style of case and wood.
Used Uprights $65 $125 160 $185
Prices are right. Terms to suit.
, Pathe Patheplones
The Wonderful French Talking Machine
$15, $25-, $35, SS0, $75, 100 J
and a full line
, GQOSMAN PIANO CO.
314 Jefferson Ave. Opposite Miin's TOLEDO, O.
QUOTE US CHICK
ENS, DUCKS, TUR
KEYS. Will either buy
direct or handle for yo
on commission. t Write,
phone or wire. "We
serve you best."
The GEROE Co
DePt.B. Toledo, Ohio
Reference 2nd Nat. Bank. Est. 1870
Special Fall Prices
Rather than store these cars
we will sell at exceptional low
prices. Now is the time to se
cure a positive BARGAIN in
a used car. One that will give
you splendid service.
USED CADILLACS, thor
oughly overhauled, rebuilt
and in best of shape. Also all
other standard makes, Over
lands, Peerless, Hupps, Hud
sons, etc., in fine condition
new tires and at a smashing
saving. Come and see us
while selections are at their
Toledo Cadillac Co.
Used Car Dpt.
Madison & 11th Sts., Toledo, 0.
EEBIlTuotrntorfl E3 -
'In oneor more colors
Mont man jtm
DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Etc
OWEN. OWEN & CRAMPTnN
K 922-926 Nicholas Bldg. ButU i'ii-jficr Jj
319 Adams Street
opposite Trinity Church
Shop iii Toledo
and save money
You am easily do so. Our store is convenient
ly located and if you cannot come in person you
can easily order by mail. Your satisfaction is
guaranteed in either case.
The values offered here arc so much greater
than you can possibly secure elsewhere that you
should not lose the chance to save money on all
clothes for men, young men and boys.
Special values in
$15 t0 $18-50
At $15 and ?1S.50 those styl
ish overcoats are excellent evi
dence of the stealer values made
possible by the nurehuslng pow
er of our two stores.
Form lining styles for the
younger men; clever box over
coats; warm heavy ulsters.
These coats are splendidly made
and will give dependable ser
vice. Excellent values in
overcoats at $10 and
We make special a
feature of our over
coats at $20 and $25.
Extra values in
$1.50 to $7.50
These are stylish little eoaN
for boys from U to 10 years.
The models nre lnld-seasoii
styles In quite new effects. .Sonic
have stltched-down box pleats
from yoke to belt. Others have
tilt? new bishop collar. Others
with new belt and pleat effects
in the back. Still others have
the new mull' pockets. Fourteen
models in all
The fabrics are guaranteed
all-wool and the styles are most
SIZES FOR BOYS,
from 2 to 7 years.
W m '
f Mr1' 1 ; .
$3.50, $4, $5, $6.50
!S FOR BOYS,
6 to 10 years
$4 to $7.50
Ma orders filled
Goods sent by parcel
teed or money cheer
The store for Christmas gifts
for men and boys
We have a very large assortment of desir
able gifts including:
Men's kid gloves
Men's fur gloves
Felt & kid slippers
Whatever you wish to pay you will find
scores of gifts hero that will be received with
pleasure by any man or boy.
Mafce Baker' s your Christmas shopping
R Baker Co
435-441 Summit St.,
Baker's dividend coupons save 5 per cent on all pur chassis
T r "iinnnn
Shoes and Rubbers
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER
We lime been out of (hem. A new'
Mhlpnicnt brnuKltt un Home of Hint lone- I
Cither button or lace
Ladles' Havana i
Brown Lace Boots'
Ladies' Bright Kid with
white fl9 QQ
tops 1 JflJ'0
Boys' Rubbers !7lf
with" red .soles '
Boys' Rubbers " CQp
with black soles 9U
WE HAVE THE BIGGEST STOCK OF RUBBERS
nn 1 ikTr nmnnn tt -.T-V-rmTX71ClrnT?TVT fXIXt
jv ixnx oxuuiii irN nuinnrnoj.oiui umu.
OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE We send you a special
invitation to Inspectjour stock. ,
G. R. KINNEY & CO.
"The Hhoe Tather."
516 Jefferson Ave. Near the Gas Office