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You Want To Buy Feeding Cattle?
JOHN J. LAWLER
163-1G5 Exchange Bldg.,
Union Stock Yards CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Established Over 30 Years
Our Thousands of Satisfied Customers.
Live Stock Exchange Nationnl Bank.
Any Mercantile Agency.
Our Sales 4,000 to 6,000 Head Per Week
We offer the largest selection in all the beef breeds in the very best
qualities to be obtained, aB well as a big assortment in all the lower
Our salesmen are experienced and courteous and we will cheer
fully .show our very large assortment of Angus, Hcrcfords and Short
horns. You will save money and receive best of attention and lowest
market prices by dealing with us.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF JOINT CARLOAD PURCHASES FO.R
MORE THAN ONE BUYER FOR LOADING IN THE SAIE CAR
Write at Once For Our Regular "Weekly
WRITE AT ONCE FOR OUR REGULAR WEEKLY MARKET CARD
Sent free upon application. Published every Friday. "The
STANDARD FO.R A HALF SCORE YEARS"
"Start Right by Starting atChicago"
' Buy Right by Buying of John J. Lawler"
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, October 11, 1919.
We quote the stocker and feeder market closing Saturday as follows:
500 to 600 lbs. Common to f air..$ 7.75 to $ 9.00
Common to" fair..? 6.50 to ? 7.75 Fair to good 9.00 to 10.50
Fair to good 7.75 to 9.25 Good to choice.... 10.50 to 11.50
Good to choice 9.25 to 10.50 900 to 1,000 lbs.
Common to fair..? 7.00 to? 7.75 Fair' to good 9.50 to 11.00
GOO to 700 lbs. Common to fair..?8 .50 to $ 9.50
Fair to good 7.75 to 9.75 Good to choice 1,000 to 1,100
Good to choice.... 9.75 to 10.75 lbs.
700 to 800 lbs. Strong fleshed feeders, $11.75
Common to fair..? 7.50 to $ 8.50 to $12.25.
Fair to good 8.50 to 10.25 Yearlings on the fancy order,
Good to choice 10.25 to 11.25 around $10.75 to $11.00.
800 to 900 lbs. Good to choice.... 11.00 to 11.75
Receipts of cattle for the week, 81,500. A big supply of all kinds
of stockers and feeders in all weights from 400 to 1,100 lbs. An ex
cellent selection in all the beef breeds, Angus, Herefords and Short
horns. Quality and selection is exceptionally good as offerings of na
tives from the Central States and gentle Northwestern range cattle
are unusually heavy. There is also a big supply of plain and medium
grades in the more reasonably priced cattle.
Market strong to 25c highor on good kinds early in the week, but
closing with the advance lost. All kinds of light cattle, especially
medium grades, receiving very poor demand with heavy receipts. A
big supply will be caried over Sunday unsold.
Heavy receipts expected all the following week and we would
advise you to come to Chicago at once. Let us show you our big
selection of cattle. Lowest possible market prices. We ship out all
cattle for our customers and attend to all details.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR WEEKLY
Mrs. C. F. Decko of Napoleon
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Decko a few days of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Veiteli and
son Kenneth visited in Toledo
Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burns and
son John "attended the funeral of
ex-Sheriff Brown of Bowling
Green last Sunday.
Mr. Thomas Burond of West
Toledo and daughter Miss Jessie
Burond of Ottawa Hills were
guests last week of Mrs. Ohas.
The guests of Mr. E. S. De
Verna and family last Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. DeVerna,
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Shipman of
Milan Mich., Mr. Clyde Rickard of
Prairie Depot, Mr. Jordon Wenig
Mrs. Fred Grundy, Mrs. Arthur
Grcdtliam of Eltaia are guests at
the Adin Lepper home this Aveek.
Miss Helen Murdock of Ottawa
Lake was the over Sunday guest
at the home of her brother Mr.
Harry Murdock and family of
near Lime City.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunham will
visit in Ft. Wayne for a few days
of this week the guests of rela
tives and friends there. Mr. Dun
ham also has business interests
there, Ft. Wayne being their for
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Mary Ruckreigle, de
ceased. John J. Amon has been appoint
ed and qualified as administrator,
of the estate of Maiy Ruckreigle,
late of Wood county,, Ohio, de
ceased. Dated this 30th day of
September, A. D., 1019.
B. O. BISTLINE,
Probate Judge of said County.
fHIS IS TO CERTIFY that the MUTUAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY, of the City of Mifllinburg, County of Union,
State of Pennsylvania, on the basis of a signed statement is
sued October 10, 1917, showing purchase of two bags, by Har
ry Coons, of Jensen, State of New Jersey, will indemnify the
above purchaser against the loss at the time of its or their
death based on the market value, of his four horses, two cows,
and four hogs, provided he has used this product continuous
ly and fed consistent jvith directions for a period of six (G)
months from date hereof, and under instructions hereto at
tached, which becomes part of this Indemnity Guarantee and
that we will continue this Indemnification upon any animal
This Stock Conditioner is sold wholly as a preventative
of contageous diseases and NOT as a feed and the Indemnity
accompanying its sale, without cost to the consumer, is given
as a guarantee of its worth and warranty for the purpose for
which it was sold only.
THE MUTUAL STOCK FOOD CO.
Per R. Grove, Secretary
Price, 25 pounds - - - $4.25
F. J E Z A R D
WHY THE WE? ANrj DRY?
Continued frp,m Flrqfc Pago.
to the Constitution
(Proposed by Initiative
That a section to bo known
ns Section 9-1, Article XV
of the Constitution bo
adopted to provide that
tho phrase "intoxicating
liquor" shall not be defined
or construed to mean any
beverage which is in fact
non-intoxicating and that
no beverage containing
two and three-quarters or
less per cent of alcohol by
weight shall be deemed an
(Proposed by Initiative
To repeal state-wide pro
hibition of the sale and
manufacture for sale of
intoxicating liquors ns a
YeslArticle XV of the Consti
tution, and the statutes
passed in pursuance there
of; to revive the laws re
lating to intoxicating
liquors in force and effect
November 4. 1918; to
adopt proposed Section 9,
Article XV of the Consti
tution, providing for the
licensing of the traffic in
intoxicating liquors as a
beverage and for the limi
tation of the number of
saloons in teritory where
the traffic is not prohib
ited under general local
option laws applying to
'rlisfrirl-s wifrtitn mnniri.
Jsj0 jpalities, townships contain
ing uu iiiunicipuiiuua or
townships outside of mu
nicipalities therein, provd
ing for home rule, in said
sub-divisions under gen
eral local option laws and
limiting the definition and
construction of the phrase
OHIO DRY FEDERATION,
J..A. WHITE, Mgr., Columbui.O.
It is of vital importance to Ohio
that every voter shall be gotten to
tho polls November 4; ns there has
been no election for years that hns
had ns far reaching results ns will
the election this year. It is just ns
important that each voter shall
know how to correctly marlffthis
ticket. To understand how to
mark this ticket, we must remem
ber that the wets are asking that
these amendments be placed in
Ohio's constitution, to repeal
state porhibition, re-cstnbHsh tho
saloon license system and make
legal the unrestricted sale of nny
beverage containing 3.45 per cent
or less of alcohol ns commonly
computed. If you favor state pro
hibition you must vote No on both
of these amendments. You do this
by placing n cross mark- before
tho word No both places where it
occurs on the ticket. If you do
not favor state prohibition, but do
not want it made possible to have
places selling the old fashioned
village, hamlet and township in
Ohio, then you should vote No on
both of these amendments.
You will see by careful examina
tion that the above ticket has for
its heading Proposed Amendments
to the Constitution. And under
tho heading in finer print it says
(Proposed by Initiative Petition).
Your attention is called to the
heading of this ticket because
there will be another ticket on the
wet, and dry proposition that you
will receive on November 4. The
other 'ticket is commonly known
as the Referendum ticket and will
be explained and discussed in an
article appearing later in this
paper. PLEASE WATCH' FOR
IT. It is just as important that
you shall understand and vote
right on that ticket as on this one.
Phone Blue 33
15c Bottle Catsup, Saturday only ' 10c
Pink Salmon, per can; Saturdayonly . 23c
Navy Beans, five pounds Saturday only 55c
15c Corn Flakes, Saturday only 10c
Soap Sale, per bar, Saturday only 7 l-2c
Breakfast Steel Cut Coffee, Saturday only 41c
Heavy Dress Ginghams and Percales, Saturday only 32c
Men's Heavy Work Shoes, Saturday only $3.90
Every Thursday Only, All Scrap Tobaccos,
Five Packages lor 45c
Every Tuesday, Flour Reductions; This
Week, Pansy or Peerless $3.10
Spring Wheat Flour.-. $3.45
s F. E. Lintner Storey
I! i iur riTV si u v n f
& Across the Street from the School House J
Children's Dancing Classes!
SATURDAY OCT. 8th
At 10.00 A. M.
Under the Direction of
Miss Alice Lecklider
PERRYSBURG TOWN HALL
for Children or Adults
Specially Attractive Course for
Tutoring In Common Branches
ELLA M. TORDT, ForSf'Jys04edo
Home Phone Main 7273 R..
135 1.0 1 b STREET, TOLEDO, - OHIO"
Smooth, practical, non-binding crotch
Soft, non-chafing fabrics
holes and buttons
sewed on to stay
of fabrics, styles
prices for very fine
This is .the fea
ture of Munsing
wear that will sur
prise and delight you most
Perfect fit Washability
We recommend Munsingwear be
cause it recommends us.
The winter weights and styles are
now here in wide assortment. A right
size for everybody.
Come In NOW while the CT
assortments and sizes are
Comfort Batts, 2 1-2 pounds, full comfort size,
A. C. Fuller & Son
Exclusive Agents for Munsingwear
LOOK THESE OVER FOR
83 acres, best of clay loam, nicely
situated on stone road near centralized
school, churches, store and elevator,
on milk route, has rural mail; fate
house and 2 barns, some fruit, 3 acres
timber, no waste land; lies 4 miles
west of Maumee, 1 miles northwest
of Monclova, and one of the best
farms in the country; 12 miles to
central paTt of Toledo.
Priced low $210.00
80 acres, 1 miles north of White
house; heavy timbered sand, mile to
stone road, has 10 acres timber; build
ings in not very good condition; this
is an estate and will sell very low or
take trade; this farm has 2 cows, 4
horses, 11 fine shoats, 1 sows, 1 has
pigs; and all farming tools and feed;
and on milk route, condesery at White
house. Nice lot, good location, 60x130.
Priced low ... $300.00
"6 room house on 7th street near
Cherry, with acre; house same as
new. Price $3,000
acre, modern 5 room house, gas,
electric light, furnace, open stairs and
built-in cupboard; situated on Cherry
near 7th street. Price 7. $3,700
Also have other property to sell.
M. B. McFillen
Phone Main 229. 209 West Fifth St.
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub
scribers only, for 30 cents.
LQANSTQ FARMERS ONLY
DONALD R. ACKLIN
PERRYSBURG, - - OHIO
Virginian Joint Stock
No commission charged
Long time loans under Federal
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice Is hereby given that In pursu
ance of a resolution of tho Council of
the Vlllago of Perrysburg adopted on
the 17th day of Septemper, 1919, there
will be submitted to, the qualified elec
tors of said vlllago at the general elec
tion In said village on tho 4th day of
November, 1919., the question of Issuing
bonds of said village In tho sum of $7,
000.00 for the purpose of Improving and
repairing tho municipal building of said
village containing the public offices and
used by the Are department. Said elec
tion wijl be held at tho regular places
of voting in said village, and those who
voto In favor of the nronnnitinn nr Im.
suing tho bonds as aforesaid shall have
wruiuii or iinnieu on uieir.imuots the
words "For tho Issue of bonds," and
those who voto against tho same shall
have written or printed on their ballots
the words "Against the issue of bonds."
Perrysburg, Ohio. September 17, 1919.
32d D. n. CANFIELD. Mayor.
NOTICE OP ELECTION
Notice is hereby elven that In n-irmi.
?co,..f. n resolution of tho Council of
the Vlllace of Perrvsbure nrlnntorl nn
the 29th day of September, 1919, there
Will be submitted to the qualified
electors of said Village at tho general
flection In said Village on the 4th day
of November, 1919, the question of Issu
ing bonds of said Village In the sum of
$3,000.00 for the purpose of purchasing
additional "lands for Fort Meigs Ceme
tery. Said election .will bo held at tho.
regular places of voting In said Village,
and those whQ voto In favor of the
proposition of issuing the bonds dm
aforesaid shall have written or printed
on their ballots the words "For the
Issuance of bonds," and those who vote
against the same shall have written or
printed on their ballot the" words
"Afir&lnat tha Iabua nt hnnri.'t
Modern house on Second street.
Good location. All conveniences. A
Vacant lot on Second street. Fine
building lot at a bargain.
House and lot" on Indiana avenue.
Large lot and good location.
House and lot on Sixth street at a
House and lot on Third street. Good
barn. One-third cash, balance monthly
House and lot on Seventh street.
Garage and good location. A bargain
for some one.
Heal Eatate Anal PerrnUntTblit.
Real Estate Bargains.
New house of 8 rooms with bath
and cellar, hardwood floors; in good
location and near car line; has gaB and
New house of 7 rooms, with bath
and cellar, furnace, ancKmodern in alt
respects; also garage; close to car line.
Also some fine building lots on the
corner of 7th street and Louisiana ave
nue. These lots have gas, sewer, water
and electric lights. Lots 50x132,
Fine home on Second street of 7
rooms and bath, celart modern In all
A, T. DEWLAND
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