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JL THE PflRRVSBtfflQ JOURNAL
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LOUIS C. MARTI.
EnUrtd at tha Perrytbura PMtoffica M
THE JOURNAL U dated Thunday, but tha
mmnmr ffoa tA nmi every Wedneiday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, in order that it may reach it
rcadera in various localities by Thursday
Card of ThanVt, Obituary Poetry and Reso
lution! of Respect aro published at the rata of
6 cents per Una only. Thera will be no devia
tion from this rule.
Local and Lone DIstanca Phone No. 21.
On Dollar and fifty cent In advance.
THURSDAY, NOVEMERD 18, 1910
LATEST COUNT GIVES
THE WETS A LEAD
While a complete recheck of the
official county returns may make
slight changes in the final result,
neither wot nqdry leaders
expect the final majority to vary
much from the G41 given the wets
against the federal prohibition
amendment as indicated by the of
ficial returns reported by the coun
ties. The vote, as it now stands, is:
For ratification, 488,879; against
The leaders of the dry forces
have ask for a recount.
A class was organized at the
Presbyterian church Monday eve
ning to embrace the teachers of all
the Sunday schools of Perrysburg
township. A ten weeks' eourso cov
ering "The Principles of Teach
ing" will be used to develop teach
er training. It will bo of help to
present teachers and those prepar
ing to be Suilday school teachers.
Each school should send all pos
sible. The text book used will be sup
plemented by lecture and discus
sion The class will be conducted
by W. H. Spybey for the Town
ship S. S. Association, assisted by
pastors, Prof. Ncitz and others.
Class will meet each Monday even
ing at Presbyterian church begin
ning at 7 :30 and closing at 9. If
not yet enrolled ask for a text
book and link up with this im
Red Blood Makes
Wholesome Complexion the
Pride and Glory of Healthy
Men and Women
Pepto-Mangan Makes Red
Builds Up Tired Bodies Helps
Change Pale Complexions
to Bloom of Health
The healthy, attractive women
and man too with a wholesome
complexion is the envy of those
who feel that, for them, such at
tractiveness is impossible.
And yet health and attractive
ness are much a matter of good, red
blood and unless a man or woman
is afflicted with some deep-seated
or serious ailment, vigorous health
and personal charm are within easy
Pepto-Mangan is responsible for
the present health and happiness
of thousands who formerly were
thin, pale, languid and easily ex
hausted. Pepto-Mangan helped
placed place these folks in the full
blooded, energetic, vigorous class
and it probably can do the same
Pepto-Mangan contains the ele
ments that make rich, healthy
blood. And as a result of the in
creased supply of red blood that
Pepte-Mangan creates, the entire
system attains the vigor that be
longs to every man and woman.
Pepto-Mangan is prepared in two
forms, liquid and tablets. They
are exactly alike in medicinal value.
Ask your druggist for "Gude's"
when ordering Pepto-Mangan.
Look for the name "Gude's" on the
NOTICE OF SALE OF MUNI
Notice la hereby given that ttio Council of tho
Vlllaga of Pcrryeburtr, in Wood County. Ohio, will
ofTer for salo on December 12, 1010, at 7.30 o'clock
P. M., at the Council Chamber in uild Village, tho
following coupon bonds of said Village, viz:
$7,000.00, consisting of 7 bonds of tho dcnomlna.
tlon of $1,000.00 each, duo and payablo $1,000.00
on June 1 in each of tho years 1933 to 1939, inclu
sive, issued for tho purpoBo of improving and re
pairing tliu municipal building containing tho pub
lic oflices and used by tho tiro department of said
$3,000.00, consisting of 0 bonds of iho denomina
tion of $500.00 each, duo and payablo $600.00 on
December 1 In each of tha years 1024 to 1929 inclu
sive, Issued for tho purpose of purchasing addi
tional lands for Ft. Meigs Cemetery.
Said bonds aro issued under authority of Sec
tion 3939 and U942 of the General Code of Ohio,
are dated December 1, 1919, Tand bear interest
at tho rate of live and one-half per centum pur an
num, payablo semi-annually, both principal unci
Interest payable at tho oillco of the Treasurer of
said Village in Perrysburg, Ohio,
Bidders are requested to fllo scaled bids for said
bond with tho undersigned on or before the date
of sale. Each bidder must fllo with his bid as a
guarantee of good faith a certified chiick on one of
tho banks of Perrysburg, payable to the Treasurer
of said Village, for on amount not less than three
ler cent or tno par vaiue oi me uonas lor wnicn lie
Ids. Tho rlirht to reicct any or all bids Is reserved.
The bond will bo ready or delivery on the day of
Miss Yvonne Rnnkor had as a
week end guest Miss Myrtle Shel
tlrick of Lime City.
Dr. and Mrs. II. It. Sliipnuiii and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Clias.
DcVerna and family, of Milan,
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Neidcrhouse
and family, of Monclovn, were
the guests nt the Louis Shipman
residence last Sunday. '
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church held its an
nual meeting at the church, Tues
day afternoon, Nov. 11th. Tho
former officers were re-elected and
plans made to hold tho bazaar and
Christmas market at the church on
Wednesday evening, December 10.
C. T. Eggleston, of Walbridge,
Wood county, was a business visi
tor at the Journal office Inst week.
Ho is one of Wood county's most
progressive farmers and worthy
citizens, deeply interested in the
upbuilding of tho county and the
maintenance of its highways. As
a public spirited man he stands
high throughout the county.
Mi-3. folHiryil AtciJkOr' llnd as
her .caller of Sunday evening,
Mrsi Lenfi Ilatelicr.
Mrs. John Buyers and Mrs.
.Awn ijcnner were aundav visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkhart.
Mr. Ward Hanson came from
Evensport to spend Sunday with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clias.
Mrs. Alva ITumm and children,
Caroline and Harriot, of Adrian,
called at the home of Mrs. ifittli
ryn Meeker lutt Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Finisher had
us their guests of last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Crops and son
and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Humid, of
Mr. and Mrs. Tra Mullcncup and
son, Frank, and daughter, Dora,
Mr. Clias. Lintner, of Toledo,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Lintner last Sunday.
Visitors at Thomas Warren's for
the week were Mr. and Mrs. O.
Broka and Miss Cnrlie Jacobs of
River road, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Huston and little son John of
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Clear, Bright Light
Lanterns give a much
brighter light with
Rayolight Oil the
clean, high grade kero
sene. Produces a flame
that burns steadily
that wind can not ex
Economical and uni
form the same every
Gives lamps addedlight
ing power makes- oil
heaters and cook stoves
heat and cook better.
Sold by all dealers.
THE STANDARD OIL CO.
(An Ohio Corporation)
Walks Mile at Ninety-Four
George Mills, in his 94th year,
walked over a mile Sunday after
noon. Ho was recently attacked
with acute intestinal indigestion,
recovery seemed impossible, but ho
rallied and is again enjoying good
health, as his Sunday walk proved,
strolled up to tho Hayes farm, near
Ft. Meigs, and returned homo with
apparent case, and developed no
bad after effect.
Advertisements under this heading run nt
the rate of five cents per line per each Inser
tion. Cosh must accompany order. Count five
words to a line in figurine any advertising for
FOR SALE Young pigs. Caro
lin Bros. Phone Black-125.
Letter advertised : Miss Margret
FOR SALE Corn fodder in the
bundle and some small pigs, on
Hatcher farm. M. C. Walp.
FOR RENT Store room in
Lime City. Good
quire J. l' Lintner.
WANTED Punch press opera
tors and die setters, good wages.
Tho American-National Co. 39tf
FOR RENT Eight room house
on.paved street. Inquire at Kaz-
maier s grocery.
FOR SALE Round Oak stove.
Burns both hard and sofe coal.
Phone White 98.
FOR SALE Five shares in the
Perrysburg Grain and Seed Co.,
$90 a share. Inquire C. L. Maddy.
FOR SALE Pop corn, guar
anteed to pop. Inquire Florence
Hoffman, corner Pine and Second.
mil estate in
and lot with
Best bargain in
barn.; finest river
at Journal Office.
also new viol
Come in and
Red 73. S. T.
We have just received a
Alladin Enameled and
Come in and Look
f J. Davis Hardware Co. $
-.- - - - OHIO $
WANTED Young man or boy
out of school to learn printing busi
ness. Plenty of chance for ad
vancement. Inquire Journal office.
Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Glasses, lias returned" from the
army. Hours, 9 a. m. till 4 p. in.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St. Over Interurban Station.
Bowling Green, O. Phone 146R.
One fine old violin!
ins. rriees right.
try them. Phone,
We have several good farms to
exchange for improved city prop
erty in either Perrysburg or To
ledo. The J. II. Bellows Co., 552
Ohio Bldg. 39e
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
FOR SALE Big Type Poland
China spring Pigs, male of female.
Two yearling sows and pigs. One
yearling male hog. Twelve shoats
suitable for cattlejfeeders. All im
muned. Frank Kazmaier, red 134
two rings. 39-tf
FOR SALE Twelve-room house
on the corner of Cherry and Sec
ond streets. Bath upstairs and
lavatory down. Hot water heat.
Furnace for coal or gas. Phone
Red 62. 39b
On Locust Street, in Perrysburg, first house to the right, just across the Creek, on
Saturday, November 15, '19
commencing at 1 o'clock, the following described property, to-wit:
ONE HORSE ONE
One Bay Mare, about ten years old, weight about 1,000 pounds, splendid driving mare
TWO COWS TWO
One full blood Jersey Cow. fresh November 19; and one Cow half Jersey and half Holstein,
fresh November 24; both good milkers
Seven April Shoats, weighing over 100 pounds; and Two Brood
Sows; one with nine pigs and the other one with ten pigs
IMPLEMENTS AND FEED
About Five or Six Tons of Alfalfa Hay in tho mow and in stack, very fine; Two-Horse Walking
Plow, good as now; double Bhovel cultivator, five tooth cultivator, spike tooth drag, top bug
gy, one-horse wagon, new bag holder, hand cornsheller, cross cut saw, revolving hay rake,
incubator, six jacks, new; single cutter, two butchering kettles, cream separator,
large augers, seven swarms of bees, between 50 and 75 good chickens,
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
TfDlMC AllVims of $5.00 or less cash; sums over $5,00 a credit of 10 months will bejjiven;
m, I-iUlwU if paid when due no interest, if uot paid when due (J per cont. interest will be
charged from date of sale. 3 per cent, discount for cash. Bankable notes required.
1AEY E. HEGLET, OWHER
JUIANJi. J. MAltVEX, Auctioneer
WANTED Women between 21
and 45 years of age to work in
packing, shipping and manufac
turing departments. Pleasant and
permanent employment. Experi
ence unnecessary and work not
difficult but applicant must be in
good health and willing to learn.
Give height, weight and age in
your application. Pay beginners
$13.50 per week. Work 50 hours
per week. Also have' permanent
places for experienced men in
machine and cabinet rooms at
good wages. Sligh Furniture
Company, New Prescott St. Build
ing, Grand Rapids, Mich. 38c
Examine the Gown
when we return it to you after dry
cleaning it. You will be unable to
find any of the spots or stains it
contained before submitting to our
process. And all the old brightness
of color will be restored as well.
We have practically made a new
gown of it at a fraction of the ex
pense of one.
213 Louisiana Avenue,
Phone Main 153.
and out of season; good sea
son and bad season; hot or
cold; wet or dry; we are here
to please you with Lumber
and building material.
"COME AND SEE USJ
St THE CHARLES I. KOCH C0t I
E. L. CLAY, Manager. M
iljf Perrysburg, Ohio fl
Save Your Hogs I
Are You Feeding Your Grain S
We Will Free Your Hogs 'Fromrjfi
Worms or It Wont Cost You a Cent $
All we ask is a chance to prove to you that your hogs ff
will grow faster, keep healthier and put on more flesh on no 0fi
more feed; that tho chances of Cholera among them. will be tjfi
lessened; that it means money for you. ill
Write us if your stock is affected with diseases that
to , 4 wumrMiNT. a
7Z. Phonfi Main AH Pnrrvnhiircr HTiin W
I'enyiburg, Ohio, November 12, 1919, "
JOIlK W, LYONS, VWego Clerk.
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