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!PHE PERRYSBtmO JOURNAU
Floyd J. Kahler
BUY NOW WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD
Low RcnS Means Low Prices
On all order of $5.00 and over we will
refund your car fare.
We do Decorating and Painting First-Class
Special Prices on All Work Done This Month
ana f. Rroadlwav Cor. Ncvadla St.
Bell Phone: Navarre 44G0 i
A REMEDY FOR
ACHES AND PAINS
You Don't Know What a Really
Good Liniment will do Until
You Try "Houstonia."
Most liniments net as a counter
Irritant on the surface and give only
temporary relief. Houstonia is dif
ferent. Gets right under the Bkln.
Penetrates to the sourco of the
trouble. Rub if you want to it
won't burn or blister but you don');
have to. It goes in anyway. Con
tains just what is necessary to help
Nature limber up stiff muscles, case
twinging, throbbing joints, and give
immediate relief to sufferers from
backache, lumbago, stiff neck, colds
in the chest, sore-throat and kindred
ailments. It penetrates to the af
fected parts and scatters congestion.
Truly Nature's Aid. Ask for Hous
tonia, pronounced Housc-tone-e-ah
(The Original Jones Liniment) at all
druggists, 25, 50 cents and $1.00.
The same old price. No profiteering.
.The Dr. J. C. Jones Company, So.
Having completed the new addition to my gurnge, I am
now aple to store 100 more cars at Si. 00 per month
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
a Phone: Main 175 PERRYSBURG, OHIO
CENSUS ENUMERATOR BUSY
John C. Jones has been appointed as
census enumerator of Pcrrysburg
corporation known as Enumeration
District No. 171. -
Mr. Jones, who was appointed by
the Sixth District Supervisor, E. G.
Staley, of Tiffin, is an attorney in To
ledo but resides in Pcrrysburg and1 is
a busy man these days getting
"Johnnie and Willie and Maggie" all
signed up so that Uncle Sam will
know just what size of a family he
has. If you see a suspicious looking
book agent at the door, make up your
mind it isn't a book agent, let him in,
all lio wants is the age and name of
the members of your family.
WILL AVAGES COME DOWN?
Dispatches from New York say that
over 100,000 immigrants arc on the
high seas bound for the United States,
and! that 8,500 passed through Ellis
Island within 48 hours. During the
month of December 50,000 .were land
ed in this country. If this influx con
tinues there can be no doubt but that
wages will begin to tumble before long.
"Rent problem worries Berlin," snys
a headline, nnd It may be remarked
that Berlin hasn't anything on the rest
of ns In that regard.
C. M: II. A. ANNUAL ELECTION
On December 29 the annual election
of officers of St. Rose's Branch C. M.
B. A. for the year 1920 resulted as
follows: Spiritual adviser, Rev. J. B.
Kiebel; president, Harold H. Munger;
first vice-president, Chas. Reis; second
vice-president, Otto Schwind; record
ing secretary, Frank C. Munger;
financial secretary, P.'J. Reis; treas
urer, Geo. .V. Schwind; guard, Law
rence Schwind; trustees; Aloysius Wil
son, Jas. Schwind, Jas. L. Brichner,
John Simon, Rev. J. B. Kiebel.
Installation with smoker and re
freshments will take place on Tuesday
evening, January 27. All members
urged to attend.
NEW CENTURY" CLUB
One of the most delightful events of
the New Century Club for the year
1919 was the club party given by Mrs.
D. C. Whitehead at her home, Monday,
Dec. 29. Though intended as a strictly
social affair, the guests found hard
work before them in solving the var
ious problems prepared by the hostess
on topics of history, literature, etc.,
which proved both interesting and en
tertaining. A handsome prize was
awarded tWp winner. A delightful
supper was then served in the dining
room, which was decorated with the
club colors. And all present decided
that it was a happy and fitting end
ing for the year's work.
The next meeting of the club will be
held with Mrs. S. E. Hartshorn, Jan
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Everything You Wear
can be kept spick, span and new
looking with our aid. We dry
clean suits, gloves, fancy waistcoats
or anything else in your wardrobe.
There will never be any old things
in it if you employ our services reg
ularly. And vou'H find a lot of
saving in your apparel expend!
tures. Our dry cleaning saves the
cost of many a new suit.
213 Louisiana Avenue,
Phone Main 153.
We close at 8 'Saturday evening
First Furlough in Seven Years
Ralph Dibert, who enlisted in the
spring1 of 1!)13, serving four years in
the Philippine Islands, through the
Mexican skirmish, thence in France,
but now with Headquarters Com
pany, YA Unit, Camp Merritt, New
Jersey, will be home January Hi, on
a 30 days' furlough, his first in seven
years. His enlistment time expires
September l, 1SI2U.
Xmas Greetings to 135th
Edmund Schuster, of Maumee. re
ceived a letter from a lad in Segre.
France, who sends best season's
greetings to the bovs of the IHIith,
King's Jazz Orchestra
will give another dance on Friday
evening, January 1(1, at the Perrys
burg Town Hall. Dancing to start
at 8:110 p. m. Admission Toe. La
dies free. Come.
Minstrel Show. Jan. 20 and 21. Ben
efit Civic Association. Town Hall.
Admission 50c. Tickets at Champ
ney's Drug Store. Treat yourself and
your family. Buy tickets now. Help
a good cause.
Mrs. C,"A. Casta tor, of Akron, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Bur
nett, Mr, and Mrs. C. Tippey and family
were New Year's guests at dinner of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Courterier of To
ledo. Miss Madeline Hoffman returned
to Wodjg.ter college. Monday, after
spending, " her Christmas vacation
with her parents, iwr. anu urs. j.
Kenneth Loomis was the host to
a party given at his eome New
Year's eve. The following were en
tertained at a dainty supper and
with dancing: Misses Ethel Trum
py, Irene Bush, Dorothy Seeholzer.
Elizabeth Ilund, Daisy Lehr, and
Messrs. Charles Roberts. John Cald
well and Charles Hoffman.
CAMPHOR AND WITCIIHAZEL
HELP WEAK EYES
Ferrysburg people are astonished at
the quick results produced by simple
witchhazel. camphor, hydrastis, etc.,
as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. In
one case of weak and near-sighted
eyes a few days' use brought great im
provement. In another case it stopped
eye pains and inflammation. We guar
antee a small bottle of Lavoptik to
help ANY CASE weak, strained or in
flamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup
FREE. C. P. Champney, druggist.
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The undersigned will oiler at Public Sale one mile south Stony Ridge
on the Metzger road, on
Thursday, January 15th, '20
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described property, ,to-wit:
TWO HEAD OF HORSES
Roan Horse, eight years old, weight about 1,300 founds; Bay Horse, nine years old,
weight about 1,250 pounds.
IMPLEMENTS AND FEED
Grain Binder, Corn Binder, Manure Spreader, Grain Drill with Fertilizer attachment, Corn Planter,
nearly new; Mowing Machine, Disc Harrow, Spring Tooth Drag, Roller, Harrow, Milburn
Wagon, four inch tire; Low Wheel "Wagon, Mud Boat, Sulky Cultivator, Riding Beet
Cultivator, Two Walking Plows, Oliver Sulky Plow, Hay and Beet Rack, Wagon
Box, Top Bugg, Breeching Harness, Work Harness and many other arti
cles too numerous to mention on this bill
CORN FODDER ALFALFA HAY
All sums of $3.00 or less cash; sums over $3.00 a credit of ! months will be given
with interest at (i per cent, from date of sale. Bankable notes required.
FRANK J. HARVEY, Auctioneer
HOT COFFEE AND LUNOII WILL BE SERVED AT NOON DURING THE SALE'
Mrs. Walter Pomcroy visited in To
ledo on New Year's Day as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. F. J. Harbauer of
Advertisements under this heading run at
the rate of fie cents per line per each inser
tion. Cnth must accompany order. Count five
word to a line in figurine any advertising for
Use National Mazda Lamps
for Better Lighting
CO Watt 40c
75c Watt 70c
100 Watt $1.10
50 Watt White Mazdas 65c
Special for Saturday
Five Forty Watt Mazda Lamps,
Black 1(17-2 rings.
J. Davis Hardware Co.
PERRYSBURG, - OHIO
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WAR MOTHERS' LUNCHEON
FOR SALE S. C. White Leg
horn cockerels. $3.00 each. Win.
FOR SALE Coal or wood range
almost new. E. J. Scheider, 88 Com
mercial St. 4Hd
FOR SALE Fresh cow with
calf bv side. Henry G. Hahn. Perrvs
burg, "Ohio, R. F. D. No. 3. 4(5a
FOR SALE Few tons of Alfalfa
Jiay in mow. Ellery Lusher, on the
FOR RENT By February, one
or two rooms, to private parties.
Jos. H. Rossbach, Sr. -HJc
FOR SALE One-ton 1919 Ford
truck, good as new. Call Main
154. F. S. Loomis.
FOR SALE Pop corn, guar
anteed to pop. Inquire Florence
Hoffman, corner Pine and Second.
FOR SALE New 7-room house
for small down payment and cash
abble note, or will rent until sold.
Inquire 23li W. 7th St. 47xa
WANTED Two seamstresses at
'the Lucas County Children's Home
ay the day or month, uall or tele
' WANTED Experienced reed
workers. Men capable of doing
high-class work. American Wheel
Co., Pcrrysburg, Ohio.
FOR SALE Big Type Poland
China gilts; also five spring boars.
All immuned. Frank Kazmaier,
Phone: Red 134-two rings. 44-tf
FOR SALE Seven-room house,
pne or two lots on shaded street, gas,
city water; near Overland factory,
toeal with owner. Address! P. O.
Box SB, West Toledo, O. 47a
' FOR SALE Five-room house
witn electrimv, city water, cis
tern. $2,300 with $1,300.00 down,
balance in five ycax's. A bargain.
Inquire 232 W. 7th street.
FUK SAIjE 1 Ford touring car
1 Overland 7fB Touring. Both in
good shape, One-half cash and bal
ance on monthly payments. Wm
Schlect & Son. 4(i.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
five-room lower duplex for the
winter months; fino river view.
Call Red 132 for particulars and
War mothers' meeting Thursday
afternoon, January 8, at Civic rooms. '
Initial luncheon will be served and a !
general get acquainted meeting will
take place. To those who perhaps do
not understand what is meant by an
initial lunch: They arc to bring an
article of food that begins with the
same letter as their name.
Phone Blue 33
to THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. B
to - TO
i E. L. CLAY, Manager. fll
(I) Perrysburg, Ohio TO
A RARE INVESTMENT
Every dollar you put into GOOD LUMBER is well
invested. Good buildings add to the value of
Home or Farm. Whether you want Lum
ber for repairs or for building we offer
you the best investment.
PLACE TO BUY!?
car load of - m
We pay $3.00 per head for
horses or cattle over two years old.
Call us, wo pay phone chai'ges.
Bowling Green Fertilizer Co.
Bowling Green, O.
Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Glasses. Has returned from the
army. Hours, 9 a. "in. till 4 p. m.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St. Over Intel-urban Station,
Bowling Green, O, Phono 146&
Order rfow as it going fast.
Phone Main 48 .v...,..., .Pcrrysburg, )hjo(
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