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THE PKRRY3BUBG JOURNAIl
A. J. WITZLER
Funeral Director and Embalmcr
complete Auto equipment
Both Phones 1 Perrysburg, Ohio
Having completed the new addition to my garage, I am
now able to store 100 more cars at $4.00 per month-
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
' Phone: Main 175 PERRYSBURG, OHIO g.
Why Not Keep Your
Sheep, - Cows, - Horses
and - Hogs
" 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 once and you will never be with out it.
25 Pounds '
N GENERAL AGENT
ense with life action,
B HHenryM Blossom.
racing story in the world
vrith thoroughbreds and
hip life intermingled with
a Jbasic drama o the human '
Saturday and Sunday .
February 7thand 8th
15 CENTS ADMISSION 25 CENTS
mi $mpMt$ gtotfttwt
LOUIS C, MARTI.
EnUrtd at the rerrjburjr Poitodlce
second-claw matter, t
Locit and Lonr DUUnca Fhona'No. 21.
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One Dollar and Dftr cent In adraiice.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry and .Reso
lutions of Respect are published at th rata of,
o ccnis per line oniy. -xncra win do no aevia
tlon from this rule."
THE JOURNAL Is dated Thursday, but iha
paper goes to press every Wednesday afternoon
nt 2 o'clock, in order that It may reach Its
readers In various localities by- Thursday
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920
. fc. A. GORSUCit, M. D.
SPECIALIST, Eyc.Ear, Noso,
Throat Diseases and GLASSES.
Hours; 9 A. M. till 4 P. .M.,
Other hours by .appointment.
Phono 146 R.
Over Jnterurban, Station.
Bowling Green, Ohio.
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Death Claims Aged Man .
At the home of his niece, Mrs. F.
J. Laing, eastof town,J. B. Brand,,
aged 82, passed 'away, "Wednesday,
January 28, of old age.
Mr. Brand was "born in Bavaria,
Germany in 1837, and caiiie to Amer
ica when a boy of 14. For a number
of years he operated a general store,
at Brookfield, Mo., and for 18 years,
was postmaster there. He retired
from business about 20 years-agonnd
came to Toledo, where he made his
home on -the East side, untilithe last
few years helias made his home with
Mrs. Laing. v
Mr. Brand's wife preceeded him in
death in 18119. He is survived by
two nieces, Mrs. F. J. Lang, of Per
ryburg and Miss Bertha Brand and
one nephew, Frank Brand, of Tole
Puneral services were held Thurs
day at Sacred Heart church in To
ledo, and the body was then sent to
Brookfield, Mo., tor burial.
At Hoffman's Grocery, Sat
urday ol the Jersey Cere
al Food Co.
W. 0, T. TJ. Meeting
The Perrysburg W. 0. T, U. will
hold an all .afternoon meeting at the
Methodist, church, next Tuesday af
ternoon, February 10, at 2 o'clock.
It will be a FranceB Willard meet
ipg with a .program, followed 'by
light refreshments'. A collection will
be taken to make out the Jubilee
fund. Everybody come. . -
I have moved my Law Office, from
the Hillabrand Building on Front
street to the Munger Block on Louis
iana Avenue, second floor.
' F. E. BOWERS
THE EDITOR'S WAIL
We are not just exactly' sure who
wrote the following bit of literature,
but there are a large number of editors
in Indiana who would be willing to
father it, for it expresses their senti
ments in this period of high-priced
paper, labor and everything else that
goes toward, the publishing of a ipaper.,
Read this over and if it reminds you'
that you have been neglecting the man
who provides the good reading you
have been enjoying, send him a check
and tell him how you appreciate his
efforts It will make his life a whole
lot brighter. Here is the editor's ap
"Fjsh down into your pocket and
dig up dust. The editor is hungry and
the paper's 'bout to bust; we've trusted
you for several months, and did it with
a smile, so just return the compliment
and trust us for a while, pur wife,
she needs some stockings and baby
needs a dress; Jimmy needs some
breeches, and so do Kate and Bess.
Bud is on the hog train and Peggie
sick with grief; good gosh almighty,
can't you give a man reliefs ShelLout
those nickels and turn loose the dimes,
turn 'em loose and whistle and we'll
have better times; there, will be fewer
patches on the bosom of our pants and
we'd make the paper better if we had
half a chance. Don't give us that old
story Ion?; gone'to seed 'bout taking
more papers than the family .want to
read; but help to feed the printer, and
he'll, help the town to grow, and thus
esoapethe sulphur inthe regions down
below." Indiana Farmers' Guide.
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OP Vi.Pttr4Tlr4' FINE TUVUGrS
ABOUT IK FEU N THEN SOME.
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will be given by' Alwood & Keivel at
the Perrysburg Town Hall, on Wed
nesday, Feb. 11, 1920. Gents 75c.
Ladies free. Good music. Every
Advertisements under this heading run at
the rate of Ave cents per line per each inser
tion. Cash must accompany order. Count five
words to a line in figuring any advertising for
this column. '
Complete With All
Without Attachments $40
TAKE ONE ON TRIAL
FOR SALE BY
FOR SALE No. 1.
in barn. Call Main 149.
-Pop corn,' guar-
anteed to .pop., . Inquire. Florence
Hoffman, corner Pine and Second
DeLaval Service Day, February
6th. Bigiey's Hardware, Maumee,
FOR SALE Five-room house on
West 7th street. Bargain. Inquire
Irving B. Hiett Co., Toledo, O. Bltf
WANTED 3 or 4 good steady
men', steady work, 50c per hr.
51b Perrysburg Tile Co.
J. Davis Hardware Co. i
: : s to
Special for Saturday
One Quart of Cedar Oil jj
One Pint of Cedar Oil
FOR SALE One milch cow, one
Jersey heifer, also six shoats. J. W.
Suyder, Bell Phone: Black 104,
1 ring. . 50xc
FOR SALF Fresh cow. Half
Jersey and half Holstein. Inquire
Henry G. Hahn, R. F. D. 3, Perrys
burg, Ohio. " 51a
FOUND Child's gold band brace
let. Owner can have same by prov
ing property and paying for this ad
vertisement. Phone:, Black 194.
FOR SALE House at 719 Louis
iana avenue, 8 rooms, electric lights,
gas and water,. Drilled well, large
lot. Inquire within. 50b
FOR SALE 7-room house, hard
wood finish modern, garage. Also
other houses by owner. E. D.
Priest, 224 W. Front St. 51xd
FOR SALE 1 Ford touring car
1 Uverlana 7oiJ Touring. Both in
good shape. One-half cash and bal
ance on monthly payments, Wm.
Schlect & Son. ' 40.
FOR SALE Six-room house on
Third street, cellar, well and cistern.
First-class condition. Very reason
able. Mrs. Ira Inull, 223 Jervis St. ,
"FOR SALE Red Gilts for Marcn
and April farrow. Also one Spring
Boar. All immuned. Frank Iaz
maier, Pone: Red 134 two-rings.
FOR S ALESome beautiful build
ing lots onFiftht.. corner of Maple,
water, sewer, sidewalks laid and
,paved street. Mrs. M. J. Bates, Per
rysburg,, Ohio. 51d
On Saturday, January 31, a group J
of boys and girls from the King's
Messengers and the Live Wire Classes,
of the Evangelical Sunday School
gave a surprise party on Miss Zelma
Taylor, the occasion being her birth
day, and a delicious chicken dinner was
served. A fine time was had by,
all and in parting they all wished Miss
Taylor many happy returns of the day.
Phone Blue 33 .
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 fqr repairs or for building we offer -
you the best investment.
FOR RENTr-Nicely furnished
five-room lower duplex for the
winter months, f fine river view.
Call Red ,132 for particulars and
WANTED Girli oyer eighteen to
learn reed work. . Congenial and in
teresting work. Good pay while
learning. The American - Rational
Co., Perrysburg. 5Q-tf,
We, pay $3.00 per head for
horses or cattle over two years old
Call us,, we pay phone charges.
Bowling Green Fertilizer Co.,
Bowling Green, O.
LOST A male dog. Cross, be
tween liiru uog ana iiounui iarown
body and speckled legs. Lost Wed
inesdav. Jan. 28th. Finder call Wm.
Pi Rubley.Honie Phone, River 615L.
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to THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. I
to - W
'E. L. CLAY, Managen 1(1
HJ Perrysburg, Ohio i
to , .-"... tj
jg Leave Your Order
I Swift's 1
WAITED Experienced reed
workers. Both male and female,'
Good wages, steady employment,'
pleasant condltiohs. The American
National ""Company,, Perrysburg,'
Xhio. . 60-tf I
' WANTED Men to operate war
chines, do bench work, rough and)
final assembling,, crating;,, packing
and other general labor Steady
Iwork. Opportunity to fork,piece
6 Per Gent.
125 Pound Sacks
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Jf , Phone Main' 48, r.,..,i. .'.......Perrysburg, Ohio
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