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A THE BEJtflYSBURG JOURNAL
AlffiOMCEMEIT I ARTON-.ffi
Bell and Home Phones: Main 201; Res. Main 201
I wish to announce to the public that I will continue the Un
dertaking business, formerly conducted by my husband and will
guarantee high-class service in every particular.
A Licensed Embalmer will attend all calls.
;M R S. LETTIE BARTON
Having completed the new addition to my garage, I am
now able to store 100 more cars at S-1.00 per month
OPEN.DAY AND NIGHT
G. W. IVI O S E R
Phone: Main 175 PEllRYSBUltG, OHIO
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Items for the Journal should be left ul the
drug store. Subscriptions for tlic .lolirnnl
houlc be 'a kl to Mrs. Mary Spencer llohl.
Mr. l'ctor Sellings, jr., is in Pitts
burg, Pn., for a short business trip.
Mcsdamcs A. G. Bowers, A. A.
Hoist, L. J. Herald, Eugeno Kimmell
attended the minstrel show in Perrys
burg Tuesday, and Mrs. Heralil lost a
very valuable fur robe out of her auto.
It was returned, however, by the finder
who saw her adv. in the Journal.
Mrs. Ben Cole of Elm street is
quite' ill with typhoid fever.-
Mr. and Mrs. Itichard Grimes are
rejoicing over the arrival of. a baby
daughter, born Tuesday at the East
Real Estate Bargains.
New house of 8 rooms 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
and electric lights. Lots 50x132,
Fine home on Second street of 7
rooms and bath, celar; modern in all
A. T. DE WLAND
House and lot on Indiana Ave.
55x198, good location.
Modern home on Second St., alley
lot, all conveniences, a fine home.
7-room house at the corner of
Louisiana Ave. and Cth St. Lot
60x165, one of the finest locations in
Perrysburg, O., at a bargain.
6-room house and lot on Third st.
Cellar, city water, well, cenie-t cis
tern, garage and fruit. A fine
home at a reasonable price.
luoaern nouse anu tnree Jots on
Louisiana Ave., one of the finest
homes in Perrysburg.
20 acres, good soil, good buildings,
four miles from Perrysburg, O.
Several good farms for sale.
Real Batata Ascot. Perrysburg, Ohio.
A. J. WITZLER
Funeral Director and Embalmer
COMPLETE AUTO EQUIPMENT
Both Phones 1 Perrysburg, Ohio
Why Not Keep Your
Sheep, - Cows, - Horses
j in. a healthy condition?
We have just the Conditioner which will do this,
; The Mutual Stock Conditioner is composed of Salt,
Glauber's Salts, Quassia, Copperas, Charcoal, Sulphur, Annis
Not as good as the rest, but better than the best.
Try it onco and you will never be with out it.
iUrs. Edward llnrker was called to
Ilauthorne, Pa., last week by the death
of. her father, llev. La Van.
Mr. Henry Thornton of Oak street
has recovered from a scroius illness.
Miss Cascman of Maumee, Ohio,
visited at the Sellings home on Oak
Mr. Earl Wyant of Elyria is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. A. J. Algyre.
Miss Ruth Krakan entertained the
members of the San Souci society at
her home on Jennings road Wednes
day evening. A fine social evening
was enjoyed by tho following club
members: The Misses Marie and
Doris Winters, Marion Fildes, Mar
garet Bande, Maud Doren, Elsie Heid
rich, Gladys Stewart, Ethel and Fran
ces Enderburg, Alpha Westfall, Mable
Lewis, Helen Bislctt, Agnes SchifFgins
and Jussio Waggoner.
The San Sonci Sanority gave a leap
year sleigh ride party Monday evening
and spent the evening at the country
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Waggoner
on the Avenue rond. The girls took
tho eats along and also their very best
leap year prospect.
Mr. Arthur Krueger is not as well
as usual. Mr. Krueger has been ill
for the past two years.
Mr. Hastings is the new pharmacist
at Konzcl's drug store.
fi-rooms and bath, 3 closets, half
cellar, furnace, built-in cupboard; built
3 years; acre ground, or lot 117x
272; G blocks to car line. Price $4,000.
Large residence, 1 block to car line
and river, on paved street, has hot
water heat, bath, toilet and stool up
and stool and stand down; full base
ment, large porch, 1 ear garage, good
location. Price $6,000.
0-rooms and hall, -1 closets, built-in
buffet and cupboard, largo lot, 77x272,
on 7th street near Cherry. Phico
G-rooms, lot GGxlG5, on 3rd street,
good location. Price $1,G00.
SO acres, heavy timbered sand 1V
miles to dairy, M: mile to stone road;
sell or trade. Price $6,000.
83 acres, best of clay loam soil, fair
buildings, some fruit, on stone road,
best of school facilities, within 12
miles of center of Toledo; a bargain
for man wanting something good.
Also have other properties.
. B. MeFillen
Phono Main 229. 209 West Fifth St
An old gentleman who lived on the
Perrysburg road many years ago took
a walk along it while here on a visit
(his first since ho left here in the 70s).
He is astonished at tho ninny changes
which have taken place and in confi
dence tells the rond a few things which
crowd into his thoughts:
Old Perrysburg Road,
'Pears like you've growed
A heap of late. I hardly knowed
You; And there's scarce a trace
Of an old-time 'place
And hardly a familiar face.
And your pavement new '
Pll say to you
Is not the kind my nags pulled thru.
Just kinder seems
Like I'm havin' dreams
When a load goes by without two
And landy sakes, why it only takes
A couple of shakes
Of a stick
An' you're down town quick.
Them itutos get there pretty lick.
An' tho mail man, too,
Comes a hustlin' thru
Tain't much like I used ter do.
Bout once a week
We'd take a streak
The mail to seek,
An' we'd drive to town
And lounge around
Till the sun would 'most start goin'
And if we got one we'd always dread
To have the blasted letter read,
For fear some kin folk might be dead.
Your maple grove
Where I used to rove
Is 'bout the prettiest place I -know of
Why, I used to prance
At a bowery dance
Every, Saturday night I got a chance.
And at Secor's place
Why there ain't a trace
Of the rabbits and squirrel" we used
Oh, road so grey
But I do say
You're all filled up along your way
With homes so grand
And, goodness land!
Their yards fixed up to beat tho'band.
Don't it just make you feel real proud
To be so smooth f iid b" allowed
To be overrun by sich a crowd ?
And "Grassy creek"
Where I used to trick
The muskrats into my traps so slick.
And the woods up there,
Where I used to swear
Was Injuns (the girls to scare),
Now a-gazin' down
Is a great big town
With mammoth factories nestling
And, dear old road,
T'other day when it up and snowed
Seemed like I had to take a load
Of kids, like I used to in the old bob
sled (The darned thing's rotted away in
An' I guess those kids are mostly dead,
But you remember it anyway,
Oh, the hull denied bob was filled with
And kids, till one rode astride the bay
My hands was a-gettin' cold and stiff,
An' my cow-hide boots I could hardly
When you up and dumped us with a
The kids they all started laughin' and
Till the neighborhood 'round thought
it was a bellin';
We was nearly froze, now I'm a-tellin'.
DeLaval Service Day, February
6th. Bigley's Hardware, Maumee,
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
iril-Vi T.nriAT. A PPT .TH A TrOWS oo M,
cannot reach the seat of tho disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions,
and in. order to cure it you must take
an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh
Medicine is taken internally and acts
through the blood on the mucous sur
faces of the system. Hall's Catarrh
Medicine was prescribed by one of tho
best physicians in this country for
years. It is composed of some of the
best tonics known, combined with some
nf fVln hnf lilnnrl mimfinva rvU M
feet combination of tho ingredients in
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what pro
duces such wonderful results in ca
tarrhal eonclitlnrfs. Knurl -Pny. (!
monials, free. '
F. J. CHENRY Xr O.n Pn. rr-
ledo.O. .-., -v
All druggists, 7Cc,
Hall'fl Family Pills for confltipation.
'Cnuse the team up and run
When some son-of-a-gun
Said "git up" real loud (course just
So we nil had to walk
And I guess that gawk
Wished he hadn't been so much on
We were pretty wet,
(I can feel it yet)
And we all got scolded good, you bet.
When I left my home
Back east to roam
I never thought I'd be makin' a po'm,
But each little track
Brought memories back
Till my poor old brain seems like to
So I just spit it out
Like rain from a spout,
Jest like you'd know what I'm talking
I booms iiko a shame
i ney uiumuu your name,
Sounds real nice, but just the same,
We'll both agree,
Twixt you and me,
Old Perrysburg road you'll always be.
AT. S. ti.
Jan. 15, 1920.
Continued from First Pace.
on Her Knees." The Junior Choir will
Mrs. 'Nellie Finch will lead the
Young People's Alliance at 0:30. Topic,
"What Does Our Pledge Require?"
Deut. 13:4. John 14:21-20.
The evening service will be prelim
inary to the revival services to begin
later in the week. The pastor will
take for his subject, "An Awakened
Church." The revival, which was
scheduled to open Sunday evening will
begin on Thursday evening instead.
This is due to the paster attending a
call meeting of the Ohio Conference
at Ashland February 3-5. This is to
be a joint convention and conference
with representative laymen for the
launching of the Forward Movement
within the bounds of the conference.
Special prayer meetings are being
held on Tuesday and Wednesday of
.each week. The places and leaders
will be announced on Sunday.
The prayer meeting this week will
be of unusual interest as it is also to
be a meeting of the congregation for
the transaction of some important
The monthly Sunday School busi
ness meeting will be held at the church
on Friday evening. In keepinir with
the plans at the last meeting a special
program is being planned.
I have no faith In nny miracles
which nature cannot perforin.
TotnL depravity Is not human. No
man Is altogether bad, unless he Is In
sane, and then he Is unaccountable.
An inward polish makes an outward
shine. You must feel things feelingly
before you can transfer the feelings
The science of the sides is "the sci
ence of the present life no science
can do better than guess about the fu
ture of the universe and man.
As we grow old love and passion
fade away; so do hate and .fear and
nmbltlon. While we want things wo
resort to nny means to get them.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindly assistance
during the illness and death of our
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Breidt.
Also the Rev. P. Kluepfel for his
sermon, and the singingA together with
Miss Flora Kluepfel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Santschi,
Miss Ethel Santschi,
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Breidt.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Bids will bo received by the under
signed up to February 1st, 1920, for
the construction of a dry cleaning
building in the rear of my present
tailor shop. Plans and specifications
can bo seen at my office.
49b MILTON MLADENUS.
JVOTICI3 TO STOCKIIOLDHIIH
Tho annual nioellntr of tho Ktonklmlil.
or'B of Tho I'urryBbure: Grain & Seed
Company will bo hold nt tho Town Hall,
PorryaburB. Ohio, Saturday. February
31. 1920, at 1:00 o'clock P. fcl for the
purpoRo of oloctlnt? throo directors and
performing such other business as may
luuptgriy uumo uuiuro I no inoiinc
OEO, c. EMMERICH, President
Since yon .MUST pay such high prices
for Shoes, it will pay you to huy
the best. Made of solid leath
er that is why
Star Brand Shoes
A SHOE FOE EYERY MEMBER OF
A. C. Fuller & Son
Exclusive Agents for Munsingwear
NOTICE OF AITOINT.tlU.VT
Kstato of Conrad SlolitiK. deceased.
Clins. Hufforil and Fred Slullnfr havo
been appointed and qualified as admin
istrators with the will annexed of tho
estate of Conrad Slelinfj, lato of Wood
County. Ohio, deceased..
Dated this 15th day of January,
A. 13." l'J20. 13. O. BiSTLI.N'li.
13c Probate Judge of said County.
11AUMEE VALLEY IIY3. A LIGHT CO.
Cv.T'do Lv.T'do P"burr PburB Ma'mei
Bast West East West North
ZZ 5.36 5.10 5.16
G.28 6.02 6.08
6.00 6.26 7.20 6.54 7.00
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7.44 8.10 9.04 8.38 8.44
8.36 9.02 9.56 9.30 9.36
9.28 9.54 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
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2.40 3.06 4.00 3.34 3.40
3.32 4.26 4.26 4.32
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7.52 6.34 7.28 8.46 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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