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THE PERRYSBUBG JOUKNAJJ -
You Want To Buy Feeding Cattle?
JOHN J. LAWLER
103-1G5 Exchange Bldg.,
Union Stock Yardii CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Established Over 30 Years
Any Morcnntilo Agency.
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 nnd courteous and wc will cheer
fully show our very large assortment of Angus, Hercfords 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 FOR A HALF SCORE YEARS"
"Start Right by Starting at Chicago"
"Buy Right by Buying of John J. Lawler"
Union Stock yards, Chicago, 111., November 8, 1919.
We quote the stocker and feeder market closing Saturday p. in.
GOO to 600 lbs. 800 to 900 lbs.
Common to fair..? C.25 to $ 7.25 , Common to fair..? 7.25 to ? 8.50
Fair to good 7.25 to 8.C0 Fair to good 8.50 to 10.00
Good to choice.... 8.50 to 9.75 Good to choice.-. 10.00 to 11.00
600 to 700 lbs. 900 to 1,000 lbs.
Common to fair..? G.50 to $ 7.25 Common to fair..? 8.25 to ? 9.25
Fair to good 7.25 to 9.00 Fair to good 9.25 to 10.50
Good to choice.... 9.00 to 10.25 Good to choice.... 10.50 to 11.60
700 to 800 lbs. Choice to prime, 1000 to 1100 lbs.
Common to fair.'.? 7.00 to ? 8.00 Strong fleshed feeders, $11.50 to
Fair to good 8.00 to 9.50 ?12. Yearlings on the fancy or-
Good to choice.... 9.50 to 10.75 der, around ?10.25 to ?10.50.
Receipts of cattle at this market for the week were 87,000. Fat
cattle market higher with good demand nnd top for the week $19.80.
Receipts included a very heavy supply of stockers and feeders
again this week with market steady, and a good demand for all of the
good cattle in all weights from 500 to 1,200 lbs. Plain cattle and
medium kinds barely steady with a rather slow trade. A large number
of these cattle selling each day but not sufficient trade for the ex
tremely heavy supplies of this class of cattle.
Prices at the lowest point of the year and the trade in general is
of the opinion that the market has reached the low point of the season.
We would adVise buying all cattle needed at this time while receipts
are so liberal, selection so good and while the cattle can be secured at
these reasonable prices. Come at once to Chicago or forward orders
for this next week's market. Our purchases for the week about 7,000
cattle. See our big selection and secure our prices. We have big
supplies daily of high class Hercfords, Angus and Shorthorns.
Very truly yours,
JOHN J. LAWLER.
Watch This Space for Our Weekly Market Quotations.
SUMMARY OP TOWNSHIP ELECTION RETURNS '
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PERRYSBURG, - - OHIO
Dishes, Pans and Baking Tins
Salads 30, 40, 60, 70c
Olive Dishes, each $2.54
Bon Bon Dishes, each 35c
Vases, each 15 and 20c
Glass Measures, each .10c
Deep Pie Tins, each 15c
Deep Cake Tins 15c
Pan Cake Turners 10 and 15c
Animal Cake Cutters 5c
Galvanized Foot Tubs ...60c
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F. J E Z Z A R D
Perrysburg, - - - Ohio
OFFICR Enst I'ct.
Yea r. 150
To Provide Stntc '
Yes : 108
Amendment to Sec. 9 1
No , 159
Amendment to Sec. 9
A gainst 106
For .." 185
Bonds for City Bldg.
Bonds for Cemetery
Dowling Bd. of Ed.
Geo. W. Beard
B. F. Spilker ...:
Lime City Bd. of Ed.
Fretii C. Kazmaicr.
Joseph Wolf ."
West I'ct. North I'ct.
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AUTO SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE
Odd Fellows Blk. 'MAUMEE Phone Main 201
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Pinch, Lyiulall Yodcr, Mnxine
La Farree, Anna Doyle, Ruby
'Pippin, Bertha Phillips, Gordon
Chappell, Norman Sweet, Harlan
Kille, Enrl Davenport, Jack Mc
Cnslin, Eojrcr Sarver and Bert
The work of a lone Scout. One
morning when a boy from the
sixth grade was coming to school
lie met a little girl crying because
she was cold. The little girl is in
the first grade. lie took off his
maukinaw and gave it to the little
girl to wear until the bell ranff.
lie helped her on with the coat,
then lie held her book tor her. This
boy is a gentleman. He is William
Dwyer of Racoon Tribe of Lone
Scouts of America. One of his
friends came along and laughed
and made fun of William, but he
did not care. Do j-ou think this
boy is a gentleman?
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Enst Weit Boat Welt North
5.36 5.10 5.16
6.28 6.02 6.08
6.00 6.26 7.20 6.54 7.00
6.62 7.18 8.12 7.46 7.52
7.44 8.10 9.04 8.38 8.44
8.36 9.02 9.56 9.30 9.36
9.28 9.64 10.48 10.22 10.28
10.20 10.46' 11.40 11.14 11.20
11.12 11.38 12.32 12.06 12.12
12.04 12.30 1.24 12.58 1.04
12.56 1.22 2.16 1.50 1.56
1.48 2.14 3.08 2.42 2.48
2.40 3.0G 4.00 3.34 3.40
3.32 4.26 4.26 4.32
4.24 3.58 4.52 5.18 5.24
5.16 4.50 5.44 6.10 6.16
6.03 5.16 7.02 7.08
7.00 5.42 6.36 7.54 8.00
7.52 6.34 7.28 8.4G 8.52
8.44 7.26 8.20 9.38 9.44
9.36 8.18 9.12 10.30 10.36
10.28 9.10 10.04
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ORDINANCE No. 346
An ordinance rjrovidinc? for thf iaaunnx. nf
Jnndsof the Village of TerrysburB in the sum of
$7,000 for the purpose of improvintt and repairing
tnv municipal uuuuing containing me public oni-
CCfl nnd Used bv the firn dpnnrtmonf
I WlIEItEAS the question of issuing bonds of the
1 Viltnirn nf Pnrrvahnrw In mo oitm nf C7 nnn rn. u
purpose of improving nnd repairing the munici
pal building containing the public ofllccs nnd used
by the fire department was submitted to the elec
tors of the corporation at the general election held
therein on the 4th day of November, 1919, and.
Whereas two-thirds of the voters votingut such
election upon the question of issuing said bonds
voted in favor thereof; Now therefore.
Be it Ordained by the Council of the Village of
Perrysburg, State of Ohio:
Section 1. That for the purpose of improving
and repairing the municipal building containing the
public offices and used by the fire department
there be issued bonds of said Village in the sum of
$7 000 00
Section 2. Said issue shall consist of seven (7)
bonds of the denomination of $1,000.00 each, num
bered consecutively from 1 to 7 inclusive, dated
December 1, 1919, and due and payable $1,000.00 on
June 1, 1933, and $1,000.00 on June 1, each year
thereafter to and including June 1, 1939.
Section 3. Said bonds shall bear interest at the
rate of five and one-half per centum per annum,
payable semi-annually on the 1st dav of June nnd
December in each year, the several installments
of interest to be evidenced by coupons attached to
said bonds, and both principal nnd interest shall
be paable at the office of the Treasurer of said
Village in Perrysburg, Ohio.
Section 4. Said bond Bhall be signed by the
Mayor and Clerk of the Village, and havo affixed
thereto the corporate seal of the Village, and the
interest coupons shall bo signed by the Clerk, or a
fac-simile of his signature shall be printed or lith
ographed thereon. The Mayor and Clerk are
hereby authorized and directed to execute said
bonds as herein provided, therein pledging the
faith, credit nnd revenues of the Village for the
payment of the principal and interest thereof at
Section 5. There shall be levied and collected
annually by taxation on all the taxable property in
Baid Village an amount sufficient to pay the inter
est on said bonds as it accrues, and to provide a
sink ing fund for their final redemption at maturity.
Section 6. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in forco from and after ten days after its firBt
Passed November 12, 1919.
D. R. CAN FIELD, Mayor.
Attest: JOHN W. LYONS, Clerk.
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singwear this season tho same
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and washability, tho same exceptional
comfort and value as in previous seasons.
Prices are of necessity higher than
formerly, but the quality of each and
every fabric has been and will be kept
fully up to the Munsingwear standard.
We can still give you greater value
for your money in Munsingwear than
you can get in other kinds of underwear.
Underclothe yourself in Munsingwear
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union suit satisfaction and service.
in every requir
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women and chil
dren a wide
variety of fab
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If you are hard to please let us try to
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In the Court of Common 1'lcan, Wood
MurKttret Ilnjcw, l'liilntlll,
ThomrtN II. Sill, et ill., DcfendnnfN.
'j not) as H, Sill: tho unknown heirs at
law, devisees, legatees, aumiulstiators
and executors of said Thomas ii. Sill It
nc Is deceiibcu; Joanna Sill, wife or
widow of said Thomas H. Sill: the un
Known heirs at law, devisees, legatees,
administrators and executors of said
Joanna Sill If she is deceased, will take
notice that on the 17th day of October,
11)19. ilarjjarut Hay us Hied her petition
in the Court of Common Pleas of Wood
County, Ohio, In Cause No. 11)543 against
ihtt above named parties as defendants,
and each of them, praying for a Judg
ment and decree quieting title in, and
excluding said parties from, any Inter
est In the east three-fourths (.) of In
Lot No. 509 In the Village of Perrysburg
Wood County, Ohio, and that the de
scription of real estate In a deed from
Thomas II. Sill and wife, by Elijah
Huntington their Attorney in Fact, to
Henry Wygant. recorded In Volume M.
page 430, Records of Deeds of Wood
County, Ohio, may bo reformed and
corrected by describing the same as In
Lot No. 569, in the Village of Perrys
burg, Wood County, Ohio, Instead of In
Lot No. 567. Plaintiff states that she Is
the owner in fee simple of, in actual
possession of, and has the legal title to,
the cast three-fourths (54) of said In
Lot No. 569; that said defendants, and
each of them, havo no interest or title
therein, 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
H. Sill and wife, grantors, by said At
torney In Fact, intending to convey said
In Lot No. 569, did, by "the mutual mis
take of said grantors, and their At
torney In Fact, and Henry Wygant their
grantee, write the description In tho
deed of conveyance to said Wygant "In
Lot No. 667 in the Town of Perrysburg,
Wood County, Ohio:" that said Wygant
thereupon took actual possession of said
In Lot No, 569, and that all those claim
ing under and through him have ever
since occupied said In Lot No. 569; that
thereafter said Wygant and his wife.
grantors, mads a deed of said In Lot No.
ouu to ono samuei a anrer; mat .uy me
mutual mistake of said grantors and
grantee the name of Samuel Fahrer was
written "Samuel Fahor" In said deed;
that Samuel Fahrer was the same per
son Intended by tho name Samuel
Fahcr: that plaintiff owns and holds the
east three-fourths () of said lot by
direct, clear and Indefeasible chain of
tltlo from said Henry Wygant by deeds
from him and his assigns 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 and all of tho grantees of the
tltlo of, In, and to said East three
fourths (91) of said In Lot No. 569 from
their respectlvo grantors, suoh posses
sion continuing unlnterruntodlv from
the date said Henry Wygant took actual
possession ot saia in Lot No. bo, that
plaintiff has been unable by tho exor
cise of reasonable diligence to ascertain
tho rosldenco of any of said defendants.
The prayer of said petition is that the
description of tho real estate In said
deed to Henry Wygant may be reform
ed and corrected by describing tho same
as In Lot Number 669 In tho Village of
Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio: that
tho defendants may bo required to set
forth their Interests In said East three
fourths () of said In Lot No, 569; that
tho claims of defendants may bo ad
Judged null and void and plaintiff's title
quieted against such claims; that de
fondants do forever enjolnod from as
serting any Interest In said real estate,
that tho cloud upon the tltlo of said real
estate be .removed, and for such other
and further relief as may bo equitable
Said defendants aro required to
answer Bald petition on or before the
20th day of December. 1919, or judg
ment will be taken against them,
MARGARET HAYES. Plaintiff.
By W. H. Roose and John R. Calder,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT,
Estate of Anna Smith, deceased.
Wickert Smith has been appointed
and qualitled as Executor of the estate
of Anna Smith, late of Wood County,
Ohio, deceased. Dated this 22nd day of
October, A. D. 1910.
B. O. BISTLINE,
Probate Judge of said Countv.
.FOR SALE t
House and lot on Indiana Ave. Lot
55x108, good location.
Modem home on Second St., alley
lot, all conveniences, a fine home.
7-room house at the corner of
Louisiana Ave. and Cth St. Lot
6GxlC5, ono of the finest locations in
Perrysburg, O., at a bargain.
6-room house and lot on Third st.
Cellar, city water, well, cement cis
tern, garage and fruit. A fine
home at a reasonable price.
Modern house and three lots on
Louisiana Ave., one of the finest
homes in Perrysburg.
20 acres, good soil, good buildings,
lour miles from Perrysburg, O.
Several good farms for sale.
M. B. COOK
Modern 5-room house, cellar, furnace,
gas, electricity; lot 117x272 or fi
acre. Well located. Priced low.
Lot 50x130 in Rossbach addition, lays
lh block from Main street. Priced
very low. Short time.
6-room house and hall, four closets,
built-in cuppoards and sideboard.
Has gas for light and heat. Well
and cistern. Lot 77x272.
83 acres, 4 miles West of Maumee.
Best of clay loam, on state road and
stoned. Priced right.
80 acres, heavy timbered, and, 1
miles nortrh of Whitehouse. Tools
and stock included. Priced low. Will
Also have other property to sell.
Phone Main 229. 209 Went Fifth St.
Real Estate Bargains.
New house of 8 roomB 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
uiiu eiectric iignis. JLiOts duxibz, t
Fine home on Second street, of 7
roomB and bath, celar; modern in all
A. T. DEWLAND
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