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COURT HOUSE NEWS
Continued from First Pace.
EEDING the advice sent out in the fall of 1918 and the spring of 1919,
by the larjje furniture manufacturers, that dealers throughout the
jta country order immediately all the goods needed for the following year,
AS PRICES WOULD ALL SEE SHARP ADVANCES and merchandise
would be hard to get because of over-sold conditions, strikes, railroad
II troubles, scarcity of lumber, etc., I placed many large orders, and so far
f have been fortunate enough to get about one-half of the goods' ordered,
S and have still in stock and warehouse many pieces of fine furniture,
jro which I will sell at
jg "Much Lower Prices Than Those
JS Quoted in City Stores"
f If interested in Furniture we believe it would be to your interest to look
f over our lane before buying, and think that the goods offered and prices
K quoted will appeal to you as we can surely save you from 25 to 30 per
cent, from the prices quoted in Toledo stores for goods of high quality.
Within a few days we will -show a nice line of Over-Stuffed Davenports
Suits, etc., direct from the factories at Grand Rapids.
Call and look over my line and get my prices and terms.
Phone: Main 1 Perryslmrg, Ohio
At a meet iii".' of the member- ol NOTICE
the Evanjielic.il chuivli. last T liars I 1 have aimed my Law Oll'ice from
day evening the name "Grace was the Uillabraml liaildiny on Front
chosen from anioiij.' the many others street to the Mirnyer Block on I.uiiis
sujiyesteil, as the name of the local iana Aenae. Second Honor,
church. V U. HOWKRS
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Bell and Home Phones: Main 201; Res. Main 201
1 wish to announce to the public that 1 will continue the Y
dertakinjr business fnrnii i U cmiducted bv niv husband and will
guarantee high class ,it ice n evei v particular
A Licensed Knibahner will attend all calls
MRS. LETTIE BARTON
Mis Le.slie P.iir was the uest of
her mother. Mrs Theo .Tenuiiip.s of
Toledo. Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Lanjrdon Rallantyne who was
bent by hi.s linn to Winnipeg Canada
on a business trip the first of last
week, returned home last Satin day.
Miss Clara Hieman of Toledo, and
Miss Celesta Smith have left for an
indefinite stay in Pensecola Florida.
Lucky girls to get away from this
cold weather. Wi-h we could go too.
A Journal Subscriber suggests that
the citizens of Perrysburg get busy
and holdtheir annual sparrow shoot'
as he knows of about 1.000 001 spar
rows jurt right for a pot pie on their
premises alone Get your "Shootin'
irons' and get Inisv.
John L. Proctor, receiver of First
National Bank, vs. Stony Ridgo Stone
Co., et nl, dismissed as to Jnmcs Wag
oner anil Herman Franz, also as to
Frank Wagoner and Samuel S. Belter;
judgment by default against C. J.
Miller and John Karn.
Nellie G. Lawrence vs. Michael
Hawk et nl, title quieted.
Hurry S. Martin vs. James Morse
et nl, sale confirmed.
In the case of Harry S. Martin vs.
James Morse et al., which was heard
in the common plens court on Tues
day, the sale of the property was con
firmed in the case.
In the'ense of John Proctor vs. Stony
Ridge Stone Company, the case was
dismissed as to James Wagoner and
Herman Franz, also as to Frank Wag
oner and Samuel D. Baker. Judg
ment by default against C. J. Miller
and John Karns.
Sheriff John Shoecraft and Deputy
Ervin Rcitzel were in Perrysburg on
Wednesday afternoon assisting Ap
praisers T. M. Franey and II. R. Roe
ther in the case of Amelia Ward vs.
Frank Huffman. The real estate in
the ease was appraised at $0,000.
Jane Pnlmerton has asked the court
to grant her divorce from her hus
band, William Pnlmerton, whom she
claims is guilty of gross neglect and
unmindful of his- marriage contract.
The plaintiff avers that the defendant
h.ib been accustomed to neglect to per
form the usual and ordinary duties on
the farm where they have been living,
compelling her to earn the living for
hi rself and a family of four children,
of which the youngest is IS years old
and the eldest 27 years.
She further states in her petition
that defendant is guilty of extreme
cruelty in that ho called her vile and
abusive names and threatened to do
her bodily injury, threatening at one
time to shoot her. After which, plain
tiff says, she approached defendant
and attempted to reconcile him, beg
ging defendant to dwell and abide
in peace with her; but to no avail, as
defendant said he did not care to live
with plaintiff. Wherefore, the wife
piays that she may be divorced from
her husband and the court grant her
pioper relief in the premises.
Ideal- yidftykrlb Uses
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Simple, inexpensive way of -heating a six-room, cellarless bungalow with IDEAL-ARCOLA
Radiator-Boiler and five AMERICAN Radiators.
The IDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler stands in dining room or living roorn
which it heats healthfully as a radiator. Its ample surplus hot-water heat
circulates through inconspicuous pipes to warm the other rooms through
Safe, clean, economical, durable and attractive.
GIVES EVEN WARMTH AT SMALL COST
Come in and let me show you what the IDEAL-Arcola pan do for your
home, store or other small building.
Without obligation to you let me furnish estimate today for an installa
tion in YOUR home.
attractive i n
enamel it to
match any col
Plumbing andTinning, Perrysburg, 0.
Mis Eunice Crissey was the guest
of Mit- Martha Tlillahrand, Sunday.
C. H. Hollman was a business vis
itor in Cincinnati: the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Iloskinson of
Toledo are the proud parents of a
baby boy, born last Saturday.
Mr. Geo. Claymore of Delta is vis
iting his uncle, Mr. John Haines and
family of near Bates Station for a
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Brown have
moved from Toledo, and are making'
their home with Rev. Swank in the
There is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and for years it
was supposed to be incurable. Doc
tors prescribed local remedies, and by
constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions
and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional rem
edy, is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the Mucus Surfaces of the
System. One Hundred Dollars reward
is offeree, for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send
for circulars and get testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation
1 House and lot on Indiana Ave. Lot
55x198, good location.
2 8 acres with buildings 4 blocks
from two street car lines and one
qlock from the Dixie Highway. Good
soil at a bargain.
3 7-room house at the corner of
Louisiana Ave. and 6th St. Lot
66x165, one of the finest locations in
Perrysburg, O., at a bargain.
4 G-room house and lot on Third st.
Cellar, city water, well, cement cis
tern, garage and fruit. A fine
home at a reasonable price.
5 Modern house and three lots on
Louisiana Ave., one of the finest
homes, in Perrysburg.
(! '10 acres, -1 miles from Perrysburg
on Maumee and Western Reserve
Stone Road. Good buildings. Good
soil and no better location in W6od
M. B. COOK
Hi WmIviX Anrnnt. Vmrtywhwrtt. OMa
.NOTlCI'! TO STOCKIIOLUttHH
Tho annual mooting of tho stockhold
ers of Tho l'erryHlturir CJraln & Sood
Company will ho hold at tho Town Hall,
I'uiryHbui'Ki Ohio. Saturday. Jfobruary
21, l'JliO, ut 1:00 o'clock I. M for tho
purposo of oloctlnn tliroo ilhoctora and
pcrfortnliiK ouch other IiubJiiosh aa may
properly coniu neiora mo maiing,
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HOLEPEOOF SOX FOE MEN
Without doubt tho best hosiery
Made. All colors and
Fruit of the Loom Muslin, in ton
yard lengths, per "yard,
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Exclusive Agents for Munsingwear
.nutici: ok Aiu'oi.vmuvr
Hbt.ito of Conrad SlelniK'. deceased
i "has Ilurfonl and Fied SIiIiiir hae
been appointed and quallfUd a.s .idniln
istiatois with thi will annied of ihe
estate of Conrad felellnyr, lato of Wood
County Ohio, deceased.
Pattd this 15th day of Januaiy.
U. lM.'U B O BISTIilN'K
Probate Judge of said County.
MAC .11 UK VALIBY nYS. A LIGHT CO
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East West Cult Went North
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Of all kinds
Estimates given on
wire work FREE
Phone: Black 22G
PERRYSBURG, - - - OHIO
10c per lb.
Camp's Pansy . and
$15 per Vthh
Phone Your Order.
r Phone: Main G5. MAUMEE, OHIO
GEO. C, EMMERICH, PrOHldont
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