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THE PEBKYSBUfcG JOURNAL
Jonathan and Baldwin
IT IS JUST AS ASSENTIAL FOR YOUR
skin that you use good Soap as it is to
use other good toilet preperations.
Our Soaps aro all high grade, yot moderate in price.
Get your Soaps of us and you will be assured of
Cranberries! Tokay Grapes
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Specials for Saturday, Nov. 1
Nuxated Iron, Saturday only 7oC
O-Cedar Polish, Saturday only 19C
Energine, Saturday only 2oC
Violet Dulce Talcum Powder, Saturday only. 17C
Mentholatum, Saturday only 19C
Rexall Liver Salts, Saturday only 24C
Tryalax, Saturday only 8C and 17C
100 Asperin Tablets, Saturday only 70C
Cuticura Soap, Saturday only i loC
Strictly Cash and no Lay-aways
One sale of each special only to a customer.
Our store now closes at 6 P. M. except on Thursdays
Sunday hours from 8:30 A. M. to 10:30 A. M.
The LBaSSL Store
want a better pasition than you now hold? What have you
done to deserve it? The shrewd employer of today
will want to know what you have done for your
self. Your savings account book is best
Falsefaces Japanese Lanterns
Surprise Package for
Campf ire Marshmellows
Sweet Maple Scrap Chewing To-
baccoes, Saturday flf
only, 6 packages FV
Phone Blue 33
Read the Auditorium adv.
Joe Phillips, of Hamilton, was
S. L. SHEPERD
P. F. THOMAS
Agent Cable Piano Company.
Phone Black 113, Perrysburg, O'
UMION DELIVERY "QUAUTY F1EIT
Our Own Rendered Lard, three pounds or
,over, Saturday only
Fresh Side Pork, two pounds or over,
Libby's or Buckeye Condensed Milk, two tall
cans, Saturday only
Corn, Peas, Tomatoes or Red Beans, a very good
quality, per can; Saturday only
All these goods as well as every other article in in our store
is quality mercnandise
THE QUALITY STORE. '
the week-end guest at the home of
Miss Hazel Smith spent Sunday
with the Misses Mac and Thclma
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shoe
spent Sunday in Toledo visiting
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Stephenson of
Riplev, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs.
W. H. Spybey.
Miss Celesta Smith was a guest
of Mrs. John Sehaller at Toutog-
Mr. Hobert May, of Toledo, was
a caller Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Evelyn Canfield spent the
week end at Lake Side the guest
of friends there.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dunlap
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Sehaller.
J. F. Byrne and wife of the
country were Saturday callers of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Spilker.
I am a candidate for may
or and I want to be elected
and will appreciate your
support. Dr M. H. Bowers.
Mr. and Mrs.JJdward llarris, of.
Holland, were the over-Sunday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J.
Mrs. Q. D. MacLachlan, of Hud
son, Mich., will be the week-end
guest at .the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Milligan.
Mr. and Mrs. George Edloss of
Detroit, will be the week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
E. J. Spilker and wife were Sun
day guests at the home of Mrs.
Spilker's sister, Mrs. Mary Lueb
ben of East Toledo on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert "Williams
and daughter, Vivian, were Sun
day guests at the home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dunham
Messrs. Charles Dibling. Elery
Pair and Langdon Ballant'yne at
tended the foot ball game at Ann
Arbor between Ann Arbor and
Ohio State U. and was the guest
Sunday of Mr. Herbert Roether.
Oysters! Bermuda Onions!
H. J. Kazmaier,
Phone Main 25 or 162
Read the Auditorium adv. PEiunrsBtma market
Mrs. John Bradley, of Toledo, ,Co"eotet eve!7 YlnaT noon
-I. T tii i i 1 the Perrysburjr Grain 4 Seed Co.
was Mrs. Louis Ehrbar's guest .,. ,
,,r , , . Ked Wheat No. 1 $2.15
Wednesday. Whlte mcat No. , 2 13
Mrs. Carl Thomas was a Satur-. sprimr wheat No. i -. 2.20
Mrs. Albert Ingle, of Toledo,
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. "Win. Shoo, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Pomeroy
wore Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Kuebcnsaal, of Toledo.
Mrs. Adih Lepper and son,
"Wayne were callers of Mr. John
Brown and family of Dunbridge,
Miss Flora Klucpfel and Mrs.
James Marti were visitors Sunday
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Julius House
holder, of Monelova, were visitors
cmnday atternoon of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. ancLMrs. C. Schneider and
family were the guests a few days
of last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. P. Sehaller.
Mrs. "W. B. Bishop and Miss
ileadley, a returned army nurse,
of Toledo, were vistors last Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cotton, all sizes, prices from
$1.75 to $6.50
Pari Wool Blankets, $8.00 to $10.00. All Wool Blankets,
$12.00. Homo Made Quilts, $6.00. A full line of Winter
Underwear for all the family. Come and get a Fancy Sweat
er ladies and children, good colors. Sweaters for men $475
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Khaki Yarn, Regular price $1.00 per skein, QfW
Saturday only FW
- W. J. VEITCH
Open Thursday and Saturday evenings.
On Wednesday evening last a
progressive supper' was given
,by the young ladies' and young
men's class of tho St. Paul Sun
day school of Maumee. The enter
taining part of the supper was
held at the home of Allen Griffith.
The rest of the evening was spent
in numerous games and other
amusements. The young host was
assisted by his mother and Miss
Laura Brown. There were about
twenty guests After being served
with dainty refreshments the
young people departed for their
homes feeling their "Progressive
Supper" a pleasant success.
W. P. Adamson.
Read the Auditorium adv.
Dr. N. B. C. Love on Wednes
day the 29th was receiving the
congratulations of his friends on
attaining his 89th birthday. His
life has been as excellent as long.
Dr. Ncvin Saudoe and wife and
daughter, Mr. Carl Wagner, Mr.
Earl Wagner of Columbus, Mr.
John Kiuney of Toledo, were last
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The following were the guests of
Mrs. W. I. Taylor last Sunday, the
occasion being her birthday : Mr
and Mrs. Geo. Sclmeideu and
eliildren, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall
and Miss Helen Kazmaier of To
ledo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frusher
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ivazamier and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Rider and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yenour,
of Waterville. .
The following guests spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. John Hage
meyer, of Pemberville, O.: Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Miller and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. George Petros
and family, of Cleveland. Mrs
ncrmau Tuls and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kohring, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Kohring, Mr. and Mrs. Har
man Grolla and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Grolla and family.
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uuy guesL oj. iiur tutsier, iviis. uuviu
Welsh, of Toledo.
Miss Mildred Bacon, of Findlay,
was the over-Sunday guest of
Miss Ethel Maidlow.
A fine baby boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell
Fuller, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Mr. Chas. Hoffman, Mr. Allie
Hoffman and Mr. Thomas Kur
reth spent Sunday in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Charles
and family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Mills, of Toledo, last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lehman, of
Webster, Ohio, were guests of Mr,
and Mrs. Charles Dunham last
Miss Lillian Kohl was the guest
of her grandmother, Mrs. Wm.
Kohl, of Toledo, a few days of
Dr. and Mr? P. Haywood and
daughter, Ruui, "ere guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F inu. Tiernan, of
Toledo, last Sum. v
Messrs. Robert and Lee Harts
horn with Lee Goble and daugh
ter, Nellie, motoicl to Ann Arbor,
baturday to attend the 'foot ball
Mr. and Mrs. John Meister and
family and Mr. and Mrs. John
Dearing and daughter, Mildred, of
Toledo, vere the Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mladenus.
Mrs. Harry Bowman and two sons
were evening guests,
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
.07 to .10
.03 to .00
.12 to .15 1-2
.0 to. 12
.03 to .11
.10 to .20
Read the Auditorium adv.
Mrs. Pat Dowling called at the
home of Mrs. C. Mickels, of Mau
mee, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gibbs, of New
Boston, Mich., were Tuesday even
ing dinner guests at the Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hager and
daughters, Esther and Dorothy, of
Toledo, were guests Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reis.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gunder, Mr.
James Lusk and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Moser and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Kazamier and daughter,
Violet, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Isch, of Moline.
LOOK THESE OVER
GRANGERS DISCUSS CLASS:
An open meeting will be held
Thursday evening at the Ft. Meigb
Grange Hall, whore speakers will
talk on the classification amend
ment and on tho wet and dry
All grange members and all
others interested aro urged to bo
If You are Interested in Buying
7-room house in good condition
on W. Indiana Ave. Priced very
New cottage, 4 rooms, large lot,
on E. Sixth St. See me about this
one,- it is a bai'gain.
Modern 7-room house with bath
ana large cellar; up-to-date in
every way; on E. Second St.
G1: acres one-half mile from
town on Avenue .road. House and
all .buildings in excelleut condi
tion. This is a real bargain.
6-room cottage in good condi
tion, fine location, on E. Indiana
Groceries and Meats
C. C. LEYDORF
Phone Main 230.
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub-
Isoribws' only, for SO coats,
GEO. J. MUNGER
Anything in Real Estate or
I Phone Main 50, Rw. Black 55
Tires That Will Take You There and Back
CASH SPECIALS FOK SATURDAY
Five Cans Sweetland Corn,
Two Cans Old Tavern Kraut,
Three Cakes Rose Bath Toilet Soap,
Seven Rolls of Toilet Paper,
DISTRIBUTOR THE FAMOUS RAZOLA CIGARS
THE HOFFMANN GROCERY
Phone Main 10 f. Union Delivery
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