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Tim MPtRYlBUnfo JOOTWAE
Ihelp for the farmer!
Nothing brings Bigger Returns on the farm than a
It furnishes power for all purposes, is economical and
always ready for work.
o Maytag Power Washing Machines jj
The best Washer on the market. A wonderful saving Q
in time, economy in power and is easy on the clothing. Sold A
on a positive guarantee of excellence. J2
, Automobile Casings and Tubes H
Greases, Oils and Accessories. v
C. F. RTDBR
The infant daughter born to
Mr. and-Mrs. Alfred Lobcr, Sun
tiny, March 17, hns been nnmcd,
Mr. mid Mrs. George Emme
rich were over Sundi.j'uests nt
the home of Mr. Jacob Dilmaii in
Mr. and Mrs. Glins. Do Verne
and daughters of Milan, Mich.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Shipmnn the Inst of the week.
Mr. 'and Mrs. -Viil Schwhid
and fnmilj and Mr. Edw. Schwind
were Suntlny guests of Mr. and
Mrs. David Lchey, of Dowling.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Conklin, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred' Conklin and daugh
ter and Mi, and Mrs. li. F. Guilder
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Win.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lintncr
entertained Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Clias. Ilcnning and daughters, the
blisses Lottie-and Lillhin Ilcnning,
Mr. and Mis. John Lintncr and Mr.
and Mrs. ChiiS". Lintncr and family
Guests nt the Frank Fox home
Sunday included Miss Marjorie
McGinnis, of Toledo, Mrs. C. L.
Shipmnn, of Weston, Mrs. -John
Guilder, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kitl-'l
ney and daughter, Virginia' and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conklin.
Mrs. Edw. Smith, of Swnnton,
was Mrs. Ellen Fcnton's guest at
the David Mann home, Friday.
Mrs. Edwin Clay had as
guests Sunday, Mrs. Clarence
Stevenson and Miss Joaniia"Stcv
enson, of Toledo.
Mr. and Sirs. Harry Ilcnnan
and daughter Elenor of Toledo
spent Sunday with their mother,
Mrs. Lydia Ilcnnan.
The name Doan's inspires confi
dence Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney
ills. Doan's Ointment for skin itching.
Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative.
Sold at all drug stores.
Owing to the serious illness of
their president, Mrs. Funk, the
New Century Club postponed the
book-party which was to have been
at the home of Mrs. Win. Vietch
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to return our sincere
thanks to the neighbors and
friends for their sympathy and
floral offerings extended us in our
recent bcrcavcmenti4n the death
of our infant child.
MR. and MRS. FRED LUEBBEN.
Dr. and Mrs. D. II.
visited Mrs. Canfield's mother, Mrs.
Geo. lloagland, of Ilaskins, Sun
day. Lieut. Robt. Hartshorn, of
Camp Custar, Battle Creek, Mich., ' theSvent
The neighbors and friends who
Canfield so kindly rendered assistance at
the fire Which recently destroyed
our property will accept my
. thanks. I also wish to acknowledge
'the prompt settlement of the in
surance by Mr. R. R. Hartshorn,
Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rippin
ger and family of Swanton were
guests of Mrs. W. P. Adamson,
Mrs. Earl Sarver had as week-
MRS. LENA LEHMAN.
We offer One Hundred Dollars' Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medi
Hall's Catairh Medicine has vbeen
taken by catarrh sufferers for the past
end guests, Miss Marguerite Gricst knov?n as th mos't reliabie remedy f or
of Sylvama and Miss Hazel Sarver, Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts
of Toledo. J through the Blood on the Mucous sur-
' faces, expelling the Poison from the
Lieut. R. W. Comstock, of Blood and healing the diseased por-
fnaVrn d PS rGCClltl; enliS-tCd "After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
in the U. S. Government service, Medicine for a short time you will see
leaves Saturday for Ft. Oglethorpe, a great improvement in your general
Ga. Lieut. Comstock is the son of health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh
MV n.wl Mvo wm nnmctnir r Aiemcine at once ana get rm oi ca
this place and was bom and raised
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F.-ST. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
I Sold by a)l Druggists. 75c.
eat our cake
and feed our
THE sooner the American
people look the facts-in the
face the sooner the war will
be over and the fewer American
soldiers will lie in their graves on
the other side of the sea.
The facts are-tjiese :
r & .
We cannot go on living as we did before the war, We
-cannot have the comforts and luxuries we used to have.
Do not be misled by the fact that we can
raise armies far outnumbering those of
our enemy. Our soldiers cannot fight
with bare hands and empty stomachs,
and we cannot arm and feed them if we
go on consuming vast quantities of foods
and goods we don't need if we demand,
for our selfish comfort, the labor of thous
ands; of men who ought to be hurtling
night and day to supply the ships, aero
planes, guns, ammunition, motor trucks,
clothing and food our soldiers must
have if we areio win this war.
Our country needs the money you thought
lessly spend for unnecessary things. It
needs desperately needs the labor em
ployed in making these things. Begin to
save now. Save everything you can. And
by all means save, by buying U.S. Thrift
Stamps and War Savings Stamps, the
small sums of money you now spend
for things you can get along without.
Go today to any bank, any post office or
any store where you see the W. S. S.
(War Savings Stamps) sign displayed.
For 25 cents you will receive a U. S. Thrift
Stamp and a card to paste It on. The card
has spaces for 16 stamps, costing you $4.
When it is full, exchange it with a few
cents additional in cash--for a War Sav
ings Stamp, for which the Government
will pay you $5 January 1, 1923.
These War Savings Stamps are as safe as
U. S. Bonds. They are the safest invest
ment in the world because they are
backed by the entire Tesources of the
country, and the profit you make on them
amounts to 4 per cent interest, compqund
ed quarterly, on January 1, 1923.
Every time you have money you don't ab
solutely need buy a War Savings Stamp.
Every time you have a quarter you can
possibly spare, buy a U. S. Thrift Stamp.
This may seem like a little thing to do, but in reality it is a big thing,
a patriotic thing, a powerful thing. For every quarter you can save
andlend yourcountry goes to make a soldier comfortable; helps arm
and feed him; helps him to fight; protects his life, and does its utmost to
cleanse the world from the horrors of German tyranny and despotism.
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY
A. E. & F. G. LEYDORF
HERE IT IS!
With the Wonderful
Just what you have been wanting and waiting for. Makes filling the flour bin as
easy as reaching for a pot or a pan. Nothing like it on any other cabinet.
The Sellers "Special" also has the wonderful Automatic "Base Shelf Extender,
the Spnitary Porceliron Worktable, Ant-proof Casters, ,White Enamel Interiors and
dozens of other grand features.
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Don't put it off! Call and have the Cabinet demonstrated and ask about prices
even if you are not ready to buy.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN OUR OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
A. J. WITZLER.
No Soft Coal After May 1st, 1918
Monday we received this letter from one of our biggest Soft Coal shippers:
"About May 1st we intend starting lake coal, and will load exclusively on this business
only until the close of navigation. We want to ship you as nearly the amount of coal
you will need as we possibly can before May 1st, as we can't ship to you after that date."
This from one who knows. Are you going to take his advise or are you going to
wait like you did last year and freeze your family out?' . '
We haven't the bin room to store SOFT COAL so why don't you take it from the
cars just as long as we can get it before May 1st and be sure that you will be very warm
this coming winter. " . , "
Unless you assist us by taking the coal we shall have to stop shipments and then
wait, and wait until we can get a car now and then. J
Come in and leave us your orders
Please remember government regulations covering selling coal for CASH ONLY.
THE CHARLES L. KOCH COMPANY
-PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Home Bell Phone Main 42.'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
of education of Per-
Electrte Water Heater.
An o1nrfrln Vinnti lina hann lnvonta1
The board of education of Per- hr, ,,, - ,,,i, . ,.,. u.
rysburg village school district will nfter it hns been filled can be rnlsed
ieceive bids tor 20U tons more or
less "good grade soft coal 'to be de
livered in the sehoohbuilding base
ment. ' '
B'ids will be opened Friday eve
ning, March 22, 1918.
GEORGE MERICLE, Clerk.
So to Speak,
lots me out," fnld the pi Is
the governor signed his psir-
the Women of Perrysburg the
Same as Elsewhere.
Hard to attend to household duties.
With a constantly aching back.
A woman should not have a bad
And she seldom would if the kid
neys were well.
Doan's Kidney Pills arc endorsed by
Have been used in kidney trouble
over 50 years.
Read what thi3 Perrysburg woman
Mrs. W. P. Scott, Wesj; Sixth St.,
says: 'I am glad to recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills for they surely cured me
of backache and other kidney trouble
suffering. It was five years ago that
I had such a dull ache across the small
of my back, and it annoyed mo dread
fully. I could not lift a scuttle of coal
or anything else for sharp pains" would
catch mo in my boik. After leaning
over a whilq. at work I could hardly
straighten, lly kidneys didn't act
right either. After the doctor failed
to help me I decided to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and I am glad I did for
they cured me of the attack. I have
had very little kidney trouble since and
a few -doses of JDoan's Kidney Pills
have taken care oftnat."
Price 00c at all dealers. Don't simplv
ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's
Kidney Pills the same that Mrs.
Scott uses. FostcrMIlburn Co., PropB,,
to nny desired temperature.
., ' W'-tft'j
Ml (t.. ..tilllKs of
1 'l. .l( II hlOOD (II u
r t l Sit " the const 1ml la
I l.ultn, wholly or partially, with ouo
or the othi'r commodity.
AOTICJi OK Al'I'OIVrjIENT
Estate of Mary A. Wetmore, deceased.
13. Li. Blue has been appointed and
qualified as administrator of the estate
of Mary A. "Wetmore, late of Wood
County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 9th
d.iyjjf March, A. D. 1318.
B. O. BUISTLINn,
4c Probata Judge of said County.
Real Estate Bargains.
HouseMra Second street, has 7
rooms, cellar and all modern im
provements. Lot 66x165. Price
right for quick sale.
Eighty acres of fine land; fair
house, good barn and other build
ings. Good orchard. Only om
milc from Monelova.
A. T. DEWLAND.
notice; to coNTrtACTons
Scaled proposals will be received by
the Cleric of tho Village of Porrysburc,
Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon, April 9th,
1918, for tho furnishing of all materials
and labor necessary, for the construc
tion of ono (1) eight (8) inch latteral
sewpr, commencing In the alley be
tween Sixth and Soventh streets, run
ning oast from Louisiana avenuo to the
trunk sower at Elm street and there
terminating, and in accordance with tho
i plans and specifications, lioretoforo
adopted and now- on illo in the orttco of
yio Village Clerk.
( Uach proposal shall be accompanied
j taoii ur u uuriuicu cnccic ur.iwn upon
some local bank, payable to tho Village
Cleric, in the sum of $60.00 as a guar
anty that, if tho accompanying bid Is
accepted, a contract arid bond shall be
onlerod into within flvo days from date
of award of contract.
, The Council reserves the rlcht to le
Jecl any and all bids.
liy order of the Council of the Vil
lage of Porrysburg, Ohio
Datod Fobiuary J6, 1918.
4! Clerk of Cjouncll.
ii ii":f, vai.lky uva. a mout co.
i.vTth. L.v.T'do P'bUiif Pburg Ma meo
' " ' . xiV.X UitHI
One acre, with cottage Iiousp fin
fruit, macadam road, good locntioi.,,
will make a fine home for some ono.
Vacant lot on Front street, 110 ft!
frontage, one of the rare bargains on
Front street for a building site. I
10 acres of good land, 350 bearing
peach trees, smalL lruit, located on
Smith Stone Rond, near Ljiuo City, i
Wood Co., Ohio. I
House and lot on Second street, goodi
location, only one block from street,
car. Lot 66x105 ft. Barn und other
buildings, at a bargain if taken soon '
52 acres, (rood corn land, eood black
soil. Good house, large barn. Well
tiled and fenced. Very productive; and
will bo soluNat a bargain, considering
quality of land and location.
Also 70 acres of rsandy loam near
Business uorncrs on State road
11.33 12 32
10.22 10 28
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