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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
is the last word in stationery, both as to quality and
style. 75c per box and up. 75c per pound.
Tablets 25c. Envelopes to match 25c.
is a very good piece of goods at a reasonable price: 50c per
box; 50o per pound; tablets 20c; envelopes
to match 15c
A good line of Box Papers and Tablets at lower prices.
Specials lor Saturday, Nov. 8
75c Symphony Lawn, No, 0,661 55C
25c Mecca Bath Powder 14C
1 ounce White Rose, Trailing Arbutus or Wild Fruit
Perfume .. 33C
$1.25 Rexall Emulsion Cod Liver Oil .- . 96C
$100 Nuxated Iron 79C
25o Rexall Cold Tablets 18c
25c Listerine -- 19C
50c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 42C
1 pound EpsomSalts 09C
Strictly Cash and no Lay-avvays
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.
TAe it&HaJ!JL Store
A Full Line of
Pens, Pencils, Tablets,
Inks, Etc., 'Etc.
Phone Blue 33
Sweetheart Bulk Chocolates, a good
one, per pound, 9
Saturday only &0
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Receipts are lost and denied.
Money remitted by mail goes astray
and its receipt is forgotten
and indisputable evidence of money paid and
received is the canceled check.
Then Think of the Convenience
Pay all bills, make all remittances by check
and avoid disputes
Home Made Sauer Kraut
Also full line of
PREPARED PANCAKE FLOUR
McKENZIES, BALLARDS, AUNT JEMIMAS or
FERNDELL in both Wheat and Buckwheat
H. J. Kazmaier,
"QUALITY GROCERY" ,
Phone Main 25 or 162
S. L. SHEPERD
P. F. THOMAS
Agent Cable Piano Company.
Phone Black 113, Perrysburg, O'
Our Own Rendered Lard, three pounds or
over, Saturday only
Fresh Side Pork, two pounds or over,
Saturday only . ,..'. .'-.-
Tall Can Pink Salmon, (
Powers Royal Garden Tea, 1-2 pound
I Saturday only ,
A Very Good Grade of Corn or Peas, two cans
All these goods as well as every other article in in our store
, is quality mercnandise
THE QUALITY STORE.
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Cotton, all sizes, prices from
$1.75 to $6.50
Part Wool Blankets, $8.00 to $10.00. All Wool Blankets,
$12.00. Home 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 $1.75'
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Men's Bladk Sox, a good one,
""" Saturday only
W- J. VEITCH
Open Thursday and Saturday eveninga.
Mr. William Roether was a
guest Sunday of Mr. Adin Lepper
Miss Mildred Henry was a Sun
day afternoon visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. Clias. Ilufford.
Mrs. E. II. Hufford is visiting
Mr. John Cranker and family for
a few days this week!
Miss Amelia Weituier spent Sun
day in Toledo as the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. Chris. Limmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace
spent Sunday in Toledo the guests
of Mrs. Margaret "Witzler.-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Missler and
family of Watcrville were guests
of Mr. Anthony Missler Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Brossia of East To
ledo was a guest of her daughter
Mrs. Chas. Wallace over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weidner
were guests last Sunday at the
home of their daughter, Mrs Gus
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Todd of
Gilboa were Saturday and Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hol
brook. Mrs. Wm. Shoe spent last week
in Holland caring for her sister
Mrs. Sarah Foster, who has been
The Misses Grace and Betty Can
field of Toledo were entertained
over the week end by Miss Evelyn
Mr. Chas. Trueschel left Tues
day to speucLa few weeks with the
Rev. Charles Trueschel and family
Mrs. Otto Kluepfel and baby
Jane of Archbold, Ohio, are the
guests of Rev. P. Kluepfel and fam
ily this week. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scheider
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zingg were
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Schaller.
Mr. John Snyder and Miss
Freida Vbllmer of Haskins were
guests Sunday evening of Mrs.
Jos. E. Steinlino.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sinning and
family of Toledo were guests Sun
day at the Albert Reitz homo on
the Dixie Highway.
Mr. and Mi's. Fred Greushaber
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Limmer were dinner guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iluf
ford. Miss Esther Broka of Ypsilanti
returned Sunday after spending a
few days in Perrysburg with her
parents Mi, and Mrs. Henry
Mr. Harry VanNorman of Wes
ton and Mr. Frank Fuller of Neap-
olis were callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. VanNorman and family last
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Limmer-and
son, Mr. Louis Pfeister and "Mi
Jake Schraum were Sunday even
ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
The Misses Wilma and Jessie
Hoffman attended a Hallowe'en
party at the homo of Miss Mary
Ann Schlect on the river road last
Mr. C. P. Champney is a business
visitor in Chicago this week.
Mr. A. E. Mandell and family of
Scotch Ridge were Sunday guests
at the Fred Conklin home.
Mrs. Louis Ilcssler and daugh
ter were Sunday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eckel.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pomeroy
had as their guest for the week end
their niece, Miss Laverne Har-
bauer of Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunham
spent Sunday in Moline as the
guests of Mr. "and Mrs. John C.
Calvin and family.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. Bayers and
family and. Miss Julia Shiple were
the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. John
Bayers last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britton had
as their. Sunday evening guests
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ilarbauer and
son Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard DeVerna
and daughter Marjorie of Grass
Lake, Mich., were the week end
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. E. S, De
Verna and familjr.
Mrs. Carl Schuster and daugh
ter of Maumce were Monday call
ers of Mrs. "Wm. Phillips.
Mrs. Evelyn Tod of Gilboa will
be the guest of her niece Mrs.
Grant Holbrook for a few days: I
The many friends of Mr. Earl
Rofvl wlm llJlff lwmi sn cnvinnelv ill I
at his home on Sixth street, will be
glad to learn of his improvement.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ncider
house had as their Sunday dinner
guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sny
der and daughter Helen and Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Schramm and family-
. The following guests spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Byrne,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Snilker. Mr. and
Mvs. .T O, TKvvnn Tlrl flnmrlini.
Frances and. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Slnnew of Portage.
Mrs. A. W. Mandell and son
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sny
der and. family, Mr. Albert Man
dell and daughter Fern. Mr. nnd
Mi-s. Fred Schaller and daughter
Fern were the visitors Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
The Ladies" Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will hold its
annual meeting for election of
officers and planning for the usual
rktmas market and supper at
the church Tuesday afternoon,
November 11, at 2 :30 o 'clock. All
ladies of church and congregation
are urged to be present.
Corrected every "Wednesday noon bjr
tho Perrysburg: Grain & Seed Co.
RedWhcat No. 1 '. $2.15
White Wheat No. 1 2.13
Spring Wheat No. 1 2.20
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. West very
delightfully entertained a party of
friends at a Hallowe'en party Fri
day evening. All came in costumes
and the decorations were very
Mrs. Fred Leydorf and children
spent the latter part of last week
in Holland where Mrs. Leydorf
was helping in the case, of her
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Foster,
who is ill at her home there.
Last Saturday the following visi
tors spent an enjoyable day at the
home, of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Morelock and family, Mrs. Caro
line Schevalier, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Selinger, Miss Mabel Shan
teau of Point Place and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Long.
The war mothers will hold an in-
terostinor ninetinc n.t. Hin flivin
Rooms, November 13, Thursday
anemoon. A large audience is de
sired as this is the anniversary of
neace dav. A snecinl nrocrram is
being prepared which will prove
especially interesting to all.
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub
scribers only, for 30 cents.
CATTLE! AND BOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Steers .. .07 to .10
Cows .03 to .00
Calves .12 to .15
Hobs .10 to .13
Lambs .09 to .11
Hides .10 to ,20
Chickens....: 19 to 20
LITTLE FOLKS ENJOY HAL
Janet McClure proved, a most
delightful little hostess to a num
ber of her friends Saturday even
ing at a Hallow 'en party from 2
till 5 o'clock.
Miss Florence Rosengarten de
serves special mention for the pic
turesque way in which she painted
the place cards, which were very
Tho guests were entertained, most
interestingly by Mrs. J. Berton
Taylor of Toledo and Mrs. Charles
Maddy, together with Mrs. Jos. E.
WFyou are wanting to
ouy a nome large
or small it will pay
you to see me first, I
have several very well
located homes in Per
rysburg. Some real
Groceries and Meats
C. C. LEYDORF
Phone Main 230.
GEO. J; MUNGER
Anything in Real Estate or
Phone main 60, ' Rw, Black 65
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Goo d y ear Tires
Tires That Will Take You There and Back
CASH SPECIALS EOE SATURDAY
10 Poutds of Navy Beans,
Picnic Hams, just like those we' had a few weeks
ago, Saturday only
Heart's Desire Extra Choice, Spring Leaf, Green,
Japan Tea, Saturday only .
Five Cans Sweetland Corn,
Seven Rolls ofToilefc Paper,
THE HOFFMANN GROCERY
Phone Main 10 .Union Delivery
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