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. THE PERRYSBUBG JOURNAL -
You Want To Buy Feeding Cattle?
JOHN J. LAWLER
163-165 Exchange Bldg.,
.Union Stock Yards CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Established Over 30 Years
( Any Mercantile Agency.
EEPERENCES Live Stock Exchange National Bank.
( Our Thousands of Satisfied Customers.
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, as 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, Hcrefords 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 FOR
MORE THAN ONE BUYER FOR LOADING IN THE SAME 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.Il A HALF SCORE YEARS"
"Start Right by Starting at Chicago"
"Buy Right by Buying of John J. Lawler"
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111., October 21, 1919.
We quote tho stocker and feeder market closing Saturday p. m.
r,00 ta nnn ii)S 800 to 900 lbs.
oOU to 000 lbs. Common to fair $ 7.50 to $ 9.00
Common to fair? 6.25 to 7.i0 Fair to , 9.oo to 1050
Fair to good. 7.50 to 9.00 Good to choice.. 10.50 to 11.50
Good to choice.. 9.00 to 10.25 nnn tf) j qqq jj)S
600 to 700 lbs. Common to fair $ 8.50 to $ 9.50
Common to fair $ 6.75 to ? 7.50 Fair to good 9.50 to 11.00
Fair to good 7.50 to 9.50 Good to choice.. 11.00 to 11.75
Good to choice.. 9.50 to 10.50 Good to choice, 1,000 to 1,100 lbs.
700 to 800 lbs. Strong fleshed feeders, $11.75 to
Common to fair $ 7.25 to $ 8.25 $12.25.
Fair to good 8.25 to 10.00 Yearlings on the fancy order,
Good to choice.. 10.00 to 11.00 around $10.75 to $11.00.
The receipts of cattle at Chicago for Monday and Tuesday were
49,000, while the total receipts for last week were about 90,000.
The good fat cattle sold active and strong this week with a broad
demand. Many steers above the $17.00 mark and top of market $19.25.
Receipts included a very heavy supply of stockers and feeders.
The good kinds of cattle sold strong and with an active demand. This
was especially true of the cattle weighing 800 to 1,100 pounds, while
there was a pretty good demand for the well bred light cattle.
All of the fair to medium and plain light cattle were very slow
sale, with prices barely steady and demand indifferent. Receipts in
cluded a very heavy run o fthis class of cattle.
Receipts also included a heavy supply of extra good to choice
cattle of Angus, Hereford and Shorthorn breeding. These cattle met
with good call and tho trade in general considers them worth the
money at present prices. Henvy receipts and a continuation of the
good quality of offerings is expected the remainder of the week. We
would advise coming at once or forwarding orders for such cattle as
JOHN J. LAWLER.
Watch This Space for Our Weekly Market Quotations.
For an economical, honest and capable
administration, vote for
FRED W. LEU
114 PINE STREET
For Corporation Clerk
Mr. Leu is a taxpayer; was at one time.
Chief Clerk of the State Agricultural Bom
mission and is now Agricultural Editor
of the News-Bee. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-:
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the MUTUAL STOCK FOOD
COMPANY, of the City of Mifflinburg, 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 with directions for a period of six (6)
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
so fed. ,
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 It. GnovE) Secretary
Price, 25 pounds .... $4.25
SCHOLARS RAISE FUNDS
Continued from First Page.
In language Paul Cocnuour,
Wayne VonBuskirk, Alice Budd,
Martha. Loofnis, Dora Plummcr,
Bcrnicc Bohcrts, Martha Smith
and Edna Starr made nn "A"
In history Dora Plummcr was
the only pupil to make an "A"
In grammar Alan "Williams,
Lawrence Zinii, Marian Beverly,!
Velma Noiilorliousc, Martha I
Smith and Helen Snyder made a
grade of 100, while Ivan Noble,,
Paul C'ocanour, Harvey Moscr,j
Wayne VanBuskirk. Naomi Bent-
ley, Alice Budd, Vera Goekc,
Gladys Ingram, Martha Loomis,
Koscttn Piddock, Dora Plummcr
and Tlielma Starr received "A."
T l...r.:n..n r..-., Mnliln TVT.,....., I
in iifc jiii; miu ill, Mil;, liu.yili;
VanBuskirk and Alan Williams re
Who's Who in Grade Six
Who's the hoy that's always smil
Who's the hoy who sometimes
Who's the boy that's always
And will some day find renown?
Who 're the girls that work the
And of grades thev get the best?
These -arc they who think and
And who work with zeal and
An observation mnde today by
the teacher of this grade: Little
Frank of Perrysburg, Ohio, on his
wav home from school kissed his
little classmate the girl of his
choice. The children who accom
nnnied this couple told little
Frank's mother of tho misde
meanor. When Frank's mother
said, "Whv Frank!" little Frank
replied. "What about von kissing
Dad?" "Well. ''I'm married to
him. I have a right to kiss him."
"Well," said Frank 'you had to
have a license to do that."
The members of the eighth
grade are anticipating a pleasant
Friday afternoon, judging from
the literary program arranged by
the officers of the class.
We regret the departure of
Nina Roberts for her future home
in the south as she was a very en
thusiastic member of her class.
Anticipation of basketball
organization is agitating eighth
grade minds at present. Prospects
are good for lively teams.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincoro
thanks to the many friends and
neighbors for their many deeds
of kindness during the illness and
death of our beloved companion.
Especially for the many beautiful
floral off citings and also to Rev.
Fr. Kcihlc for his consoling words.
, MRS. B. LE JUENE
AND FAMILY. ,
The Presbyterian Dorcas So
ciety will hold a market, on Sat
urday, November 1st, in Room
No. I, in the Perrysburg Bank
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub-
scribers only, for 30 cents.
I am n candidate for may
or and I want to be elected
and will appreciate your
support. Dr M. H. Bowers.
My attention has been called to
a rumor which is being circulated
to the fact that I am about to
move to Milwaukee. Inasmuch as
I have never had any such inten
tions, and having no desire what
ever to leave Maumec, I kindly
ask the public to bear this in mind
as my denial of the unfounded
R. P. BARTON,
36b Maumee, Ohio.
Ill (lie Court of Common rletiK, "Wood
.Miirnrnrct Hnjon, IMnlntllf,
TlioimiH II. Sill, ct ill., DcfrndnnlN.
Thomas 11. Sill: tho unknown hairs at
law, devisees, legatees, administrators
mid executors o said Thomas li. Sill If
he Is deceased; Joanna Sill, wife or
widow of said Thomas H. Slli: the un
known heirs at law, devisees, legatees,
'administrators and executors of said
Joanna Sill if she Is deceased, will tako
notice that on the 17th day of October,
1919. Marmiret Hayes tiled hor petition
In the Court of Common Pleas of Wood
County, Onlo, In Cause No. 19543 against
the auove named parties as defendants,
:ul each of them, praying for a judg
ment and decreo quieting title in, and
excluding said parties from, any inter
est In the east three-fourths () of In
Lot No. BC9 In tho Village of Perrysburg
Wood County, Ohio, and that tho de
scription of real estate In a deed from
Thomas H. Sill and wife, by Elijah
Huntington their Attorney- In Fact, to
Henry Wygaut. recorded In Volume M.
page 130, ilecords of Deeds of Wood
County, Ohio, may bo reformed and
corrected by describing tho same as In
Lot No. EG!), In tho Village of Perrys
burg, Wood County, Ohio, Instead of In
Lot No. 5G7. Plaintiff States that she Is
tho owner In fee simple of. In actual
posscbslou of, and has the legal title to,
the east three-fourths () of said In
Lot No. 5G9; that said defendants, and
eacli of them, have no interest or title
thciein, that their apparent title or es
tate is null and void and of no effect,
and that the same casts a cloud upon
plaintiffs title; that January 2, 1849. for
a valuable consideration said Thomas
II. Sill and wife, grantors, by said At
torney in Fact, intending to convoy said
In Lot No. 569, did, by the mutual mis
take of said grantors, and their At
torney in Fact, nnd Henry Wygant their
grantee, write the description In the
deed of conveyance to said Wygant "In
Lot No. GG7 in tho Town of Porrvsburg,
Wood County. Ohio:" that said Wygant
thereupon took actual possession of said
In Lot No. 5G9. and that all those claim
ing under and through him have ever
since occupied said In Lot No. GG9; that
thereafter said Wygant and his wife,
grantors, made a deed of Bald In Lot No.
5G'J to one Samuel Fahrer; that by the
mutual mistake of said grantors nnd
grantee the name of Samuel Fahrer was
written "Samuel Faher" In said deed:
that Samuel Fahrer was tho same per
son Intended "by the name Samuel
Faher: that plaintiff owns and holds tho
east three-fourths () of said lot by
direct, clear and Indefeasible chain of
title from said Henry Wygant by deeds
from him and his nsslgns and those
holding under and through him: that
possession actual, peaceable, open, no
torious, continuous, exclusive, uninter
rupted and adverse was taken and held
by each nnd all of tho grantees of the
title of, in, and to said East three
fourths ( ) of said In Lot No. 569 from
their respective grantors, such posses
sion continuing uninterruptedly from
tho date said Henry Wygant took actual
possession of said In Lot No. GG9, that
plaintiff has been unable by the exer
cise of ieasonnhlo diligence to ascertain
tho residence of any of Raid defendants.
The prayer of said petition is that the
description of the real estate in said
deed to Henry Wygant may bo reform
ed and corrected by describing the same
as In Lot Number 569 in the Village of
Perrvsburg, Wood County, Ohio: that
the defendants may be required to set
forth their interests In said East three
fourths (1) of said In Lot No. 569; that
the claims of defendants may bo ad
judged null and void and plaintiff's title
quieted against such claims; that de
fendants be forever enjoined from as
serting any Interest In said real estate,
that tho cloud upon the title of said real
estatp be removed, and for such other
and further relief as may bo equitable
Said defendants are required to
answer said petition on or before the
20th dav of December, 1919. or Judg
ment will be taken against them.
MARGARET HAYES. Plaintiff.
Bv "W. H. Roose and John R. Caldor,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estate of Anna Smith, deceased.
Wickert Smith has been appointed
and qualified as Executor of the estate
of Anna Smith, late of Wood County.
Ohio, deceased. Dated this 22nd day of
October, A. D. 1919.
B. O. BISTL1NE.
Probate Judge of said County.
We Will Have a Car Load
White Michigan Potatoes
Saturday, November 1st
to sell at $3.85 per sack,
of about 2 1-2 bushels
TERMS: Strictly cash
THE HOFFMANN GROCERY
R. P, BARTON UNDEERAND
AUTO SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE
Odd Fellows Blk. MAUMEE Phone Main 201
f. J itmv,
WHEN it comes to
is no need of ex
perimenting. All you
nceeto do is to say, "Mun
singwear" and you'r
troubles are over. We
could write a book about
the good qualities of these
goods, but what's the use?
Try it and be convinced.
Wo can fit you in any style
you wish, whether you are long .
or short, stout or thin.
SPECIALS FOE SATURDAY ONLY
Men's 8 oz. Canvas Gloves, 13 1-2 cents a pair, &4 4 A
limit one dozen to a customer, Saturday only. vJLOv
Ladies Get Those Comforts Made Up! Special Q.f
Batts, full quilt size, 2 1-2 pounds Ov
A. C. Fuller & Son
Exclusive Agents for Munsingwear
The following named persona are candidates
for Member of the Board of Education In Per
rssburg School District, to-wit:
JOHN C. DUDD
GEO. P. GIIEENHALGII
WM. H. ROOSE
at the General Election to be held on Novem
ber 4th, 1919.
The Deputy Supervisors of Elections
of Wood County, Ohio
W. H. McMILLEN. Chief Deputy.
J. N. EASLEY, Clerk. 37a
State of Ohio, Insurance Department, Co
La3' Ju.,y."i "19.-I, -vVVH. Tomlln
son. Superintendent of Insurance of the
Btate of Ohio, do hereby certify that tho
National Casualty Company,
located at Detroit, In the State of Mlch
lan'. has cmp"ed in nil respects with
tho laws of this State, applicable to It,
and Is authorized during tho current year
to transact In this State on tho cnpltal
stock plan its appropriate business of In
surance as specified In its Hcenso. Its con
dition nnd business, on tho thlrty-nrst
flay of December of tho year next preced
ing the date hereof, is shown by its state
ment, required by law. to be as follows:
Aggregate amount of avallablo assets,
J373.oll.86; aggregate amount of liabili
ties (except capital), Including ro-inaur-anoC?
ref erve- 3.803.00; net assets, 309,
JSL8LAmount .f actual paid-up capital,
200,000.00; surplus, 109,708.86; amount
SL!,".como tor tho yea" in cash, 741,
638.90; amount of expenditures for tho
year In cash, S750,849.69.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name and caused my official
seal to be affixed, tho day and year first
Seal V. H. Tomllnson. Supt. of Ins.
State of Ohio, Insurance Department, Co
lumbus, August 26. 1919. I, W. H. Tom
llnson, Superintendent of Insurance of the
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that
The Pennsylvania Fire Insurance
located at Philadelphia, in the State of
Pennsylvania, has compiled in all respects
with tho laws of this State, applicable to
It, and Is authorized during the current
year to transact in this State on the cap
ital stock plan Its appropriate business of
insurance as specified In Us license. Its
condition and business, on the thirty-first
day of December of the year next pre
ceding the date hereof, Is shown by Its
statement, required by law, to bo as fol
lows: Aggregate amount of available
?."!;!?. 8,526,072.64; aggregate amount of
liabilities (except capital). Including re
insurance, reserve, $5,930,244.04; not as
sets, 2,695,S28.60; amount of actual paid
up capital, $750,000.00; surplus, Jl, 845,828,
60: amount of income for tno year In cash,
14,735,520.63; amount of expenditures for
the year In cash, 54,587,262. 65.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
subscribed my name and caused my offi
cial seal to bo affixed, tho day ana year
first above written,
Seal W. H. Tomllnson, Supt. of Ins.
LOANS TO FARMERS ONLY
Real Estate Bargains.
New houso of 8 rooms with bath
and cellar, hardwood floors; in good
location and near car line; has gas and
New house of 7 rooms, with bath
and cellar, furnace, and modern in all
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 50x182,
Fine home on Second street of 7
rooms and bath, celar; modern in all
Virginian Joint Stock
No commission charged
Long time loans under Federal
Modern house on Second street.
Good location. All conveniences. A
Vnpnnt Inf. tn ZarMA bmaaI- p:..
building lot at a bargain.
House and lot on Indiana avenue.
Large lot and good location.
House and lot on Sixth Btreet at a
House and lot on Third street. Good
barn. One-third cash, balance monthly
House and lot on Seventh Btreet.
Garacre and crood lornfinn A nunn
for some one.
M. B. COOK
KemI Eatate AswU. Parnrabanr, OH
Modern E-room house, cellar, furnace,
gas, electricity; lot 117x272 or -acre.
Well located. Priced low.
Lot C0xl30 in Rossbach addition, lays
block from Main street. Priced
very low. Short time.
0-room house and hall, four closets,
built-in cuppoards and sideboard.
Has gas fpr light and heat. Well
and cistern. Lot 77x272.
46 acres, 4 miles West of Maumee.
Best of clay loam, on state road and
stoned. Priced right.
80 acres, heavy timbered, sand, 1
miles nortrh of Whitehouse. Tools
and stock included. Priced low. Will
Also have other property to BeU?
M. B, McFilleii
PhwMiUMi, a rwft fifth ft,
A. T. DEWLANP
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