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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
Special Features Booked for November, 1919
Sunday and Monday, Nov. Sunday and Monday, Nov.
2nd and 3rd 23rd and 24th
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Midnight Romance m
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Sunday and Monday, Nov. ,
9th and 10th
Nazimova Sunday and 'Monday,
in November 30th and
Toys of Fate December 1
Sunday and Monday, Nov. Viola Dana
16th and 17th
Mary Plekf ord
ADMISSION: SUNDAY and MONDAY 17c 28c
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY 11 c, 17c
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LOUIS C. MABTL.
Entcrtd at the Fenribunr Postofflce u
THE JOURNAL is dated Thursday, but the
eapr sot to press every Wednesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, in order that it may reach its
readers in various localities by Thursday
Cards of Thanks. Obituary Poetry and Reso
lutions of Respect are published at the rata of
G cents per line only. Then will be no devia
tion from this rule.
Local and Lone Distance Phone-No. 21.
nal a profitable medium in which
to advertise, surely it is more val-
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, means of reaching the homes in
One Dollar and fifty cents in advance.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1910
A NEAT COMPLIMENT
During the past -week the Jour
nal had a neat c&mplimeut paid it
unsolicited. A representative of
the Curtis Publishing Co., of
Philadelphia, publishers of the
Ladies' Home Journal and the
Country Gentleman, dropped into
the office and soon entered into a
contract for four hundred or more
inches of advertising to bo run
during the coming year, at our
regular advertising rate. After
the contract had been signed he
stated that the Journal had been
selected out of all the papers in
the Toledo territory to carry tins
experimental advertising on ac
count of the quality and quantity
of its circulation. lie said they
had beeni nvestigating the papers
in this territory for over six
months. During the past few days
the Journal has signed contracts
for over 1,000 inches of advertis
ing for firms such as the Curtis
Publishing Co., the Standard Oil
Co., the Fisk Tire Co., etc. If
such firms as these find the Jour-
i Saturday we added five new
I subscrbers to our growing list, and
one during the week for a year,
makes a total of six since our last
issue, or a total or zi since tue
campaign opened. If you receive
a sample copyv consider it an in
vitation to try the Journal for
three months for only 30 cents,
cash with your order and this of
fer is only good to new subscribers
and on Saturday. You save 15c
(as our regular subscription rate
lor three months is 4oc. Tell
your friends and neighbors.
ROBBERS NOT APPREHENDED
! One week after the bold day
light robbery of the Perrysburg
bank finds the robbers still at
, large and very faint clues for the
i authorities to work upon. A ma-
, chine answering the description of
I the one used by the bandits was
I found at the corner of Adams and
I Thirteenth streets in Toledo,
wnere it nau oeen aoanaonea
Thursday morning. It was
brought to Perrysburg and while
several people who saw the car
and the robbers said it looked very
much like the car, no one could
positively identify it. The aban
doned car was claimed by Julius
Joffa, a Toledo taxi driver. De
tectives are still working on the
case, and the authorities will
spare no effort to run down the
robbers, but as time passes it will
become harder to trace them. The
exact amount secured was
Bead the Auditorium adv.
Mrs. Win. Johnson was the
Sunday truest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Geo. Drops of Toledo was a
guest of his mother, Mrs. J. Drops,
Mr. Myron Carter spent Sunday
afternoon witli his cousin, Mr.
Mrs. Herman Starr was a Mon
day vistor at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Alfred Wolfe.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wliitson had
as their Sunday evening callers Mr.
and Mrs. A. Tinney and family.
Mr. Harold Walker, of Toledo,
was a guest at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. Chas. Muir, last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Budd and
Miss Lydia Budd were the guests
Sunday evening at the Charles
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blue accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. W. T. S.
O'Hara on a motor trip to Detroit
over the week end.
Miss Margaret Canfield was a
week end guest of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. Hoag
land, of Haskins.
The Misses Elizabeth and Louise
Auth and Mr. Prank Haas were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shiple.
Mrs. John Moser has returned
from a two weeks' visit at Cold
water, Mich., where she was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Eckel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles De Vema
and family of Milan, Mich., and
Miss Addie Shipman visited in
Weston Sunday, the guests of rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tinney and
children and Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Tinney were dinner cruests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Mandell last Sun
The Loyal Daughters of the Ev.
Church will have a Hallowe'en
party and weiner roast at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spreng at
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morrison and
daughter, Hazel. Mrs. Edith Cum
mings and son, Clifford, and Mrs.
Lydia Meeker .spent Thursday
with Mrs. Clyde Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britten and
daughter, Arthella, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Dunlap and Mrs. Chas.
Weidner and daughter, Amelia,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Schaller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harbaurer
and son Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Schramm and family, Mrs. Albert
Snyder and daughter, Helen, were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mr'!. Clarence Shepherd, of
I am a Candidate for
I want to be elected and
will appreciate your
DR. M. H. BOWERS
Built for a Purpose
To serve long, hard miles of real usefulness, Fisk
Tires are bigger and stronger and sturdy- : just to
serve you more faithfully than you've been served.
Handsome, too, with tough, black non-skid treads
and light side-walls.
They are built to an ideal!!
'To be the Best Concern in the World to Work for and
the Sguarest Concern in Existence to do BusineiM with.'0
PIXIE GARAGE, wm. honner,
Day and Night Service
Main 157 PERRYSBURG, OHIO
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Don't complain of the high cost
of everything if you arc not read
ing the .special prices offered by
the marchnnts of Perrysburg, and
then buying accordingly. These
special prices arc advertised each
week in the Journal and are for
Saturday only. By watching them
carefully each week and then tak
ing advantage o them you will
save a goodly number of dollars
in a year's time. One woman told
us a few days ago that she saved
82 cents on some purchases , she
made a week ago last Saturday.
If you fail to get your share don't
blame anybody but yourself. The
merchants are surely offerng you
good chances to save your money.
M&XKn ffsTsfll IhIIm
GREASE SPOTS ARE
to the auto owner. That doesn!t
mean consigning the clothes to the
rag basket, however. Just send
them here and we'll return them
here and we'll return them with all
grease or other spots removed.
Why waste money for new clothes
when your old ones can be made
practically new for so little?
213 Louisiana Avenue,
Phone Alain 153.
Advertisements under this heading run at
the rate of Ave cents per line per each inser
tion. Cash must accompany order. Count Ave
words to a line in figurine nny advertising for
-SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub
scribers only, for 30 cents.
FOR RENT Three or four
rooms with gas. 342 West Second
FOR SALE Round Oak stove.
Burns both hard and sofe coal.
Phone White 98.
POR SALE Pigs. Fred
Mahler, corner 7th st. and Dixie
FOR SALE Five shares in the
Perrysburg Grain and Seed Co.,
$90 a share. Inquire C. L. Maddy.
WANTED Coal and wood
range with reservoir. Must be in
good condition. Write Box 158,
FOR SALE Auction of house
hold goods and furniture. Satur
day, November 1, at 3 :00 p. in., on
Main street, near Second.
FOR SALE Pop corn, guar
anteed to pop. Inquire Florence
Hoffman, corner Pine and Second.
FOR SALE iy2 ton Interna
tional truck, 2 ton springs and
new tires. $1,100.00. Inquire
724 Balfe street, Toledo, O. 36b
FOR SALE One fine old violin
also new violins. Prieea right.
Come in and try them. Phone,
Red 73. S. T. Phillips. 36f
-POR RENT A six room house
with bath room and running water
on my farm. Donald R. Ackhn,
K FOR SALE Best bargain in
real estate in Perrysburg; house
and lot with barn; finest river
view. Inquire at Journal Office.
WANTED Dining room girl at
the American House Restaurant,
Maumee, Ohio. Inquire Mrs. T. P.
Employees Wanted Both men
and women. Steady work; good
pay, Apply in person at time keep
er 's office? American-National Co.,
Perrysburg, O. . 25tf
Practical hemstitching neatly
done, by power machine. Call
Wednesday and Friday evenings
of each week. Clara Rippinger,
415 E. Dudley St., Maumee, O.
Capt. (Dr.) G, A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Glasses. Has returned from the
army. Hours, 9 a. m. till 4 p. m.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St. Over Interurban Station,
Bowling Green, 0, Phone HOB,
Let us show you the new 50 Watt
White Mazda better light tor less
money. , . . . .. - .. .".
Brighten Up These Long Evenings
with NATIONAL . $
10 Quart 12 Quart
14 Quart JE
J. Davis Hardware Co.
The Ladies' Missionary Society
of the Presbyterian church will
hold their annual thanks offering
meeting at 2:30 on Wednesday,
Xovember 5th, in the Sunday
school room of the church.
There will be a short program
A cordial invitation is extended
to all to attend.
THE MOZART CLUB
The meeting of -the Mozart club
will bo held Saturday, November
1st, at 2 :30 p.m.
Subject, "How the Organ, the
Vmlin and the Piano Influenced
the Art of Music."
Song "The Thanksgiving Din
ner."' Charge of program, Catherine
Srhwind. Hostess, Zelma Taylor.
day afternoon at a surprise birth
day party. Those present were
Mrs. Fred Neiderhouse, Mrs. M. TJ.
-larrctt, Mrs. Frank Sprague, Mrs.
Geo. Becker, Mrs. Fred Mandell,
Mrs. John Smith and daughter
GRANGERS DISCUSS CLASS
D7ICATION An open meeting will be held
Thursday evening at the Ft. Meigs
Grange nail, where speakers will
talk on the classification amend
ment and on the wet and dry
All grange members and all
other interested are urged to be
A number of friends called on
Mrs. Wm. Johnson on last Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunham
were over-Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Marks, of Syl
vania. Mrs. Mary Underbill spent over
Sunday at Fremont, Ohio, the
guest of. her sister, Mrs. C. Sand-wisch.
and out oi season; good sea
son and bad season; hot or
cold; wet or dry; we are here
to please you with Lumber
and building material.
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I THE CHARLES L KOCH CO.
ii E. L. CLAY, Manager.
iHJf Perrysburg, Ohio
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