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THE PERRYSfeUBG JOURNAL
A Word to the Wise!
Buy where you are sure
of getting ;
Everything we sell is of the highest
qualify and at the most reason-
able prices to-day
Do You Realize
that you can wonderfully relieve Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Stiff and Soro Muscles by the .
application of one of
J. &. J. Red Cross Plasters
This is a plaster of merit, one that we have sold for
. yearp, and we feel. we can't recopamend
it too ' highly.
Price 25c and lc Tax
Sunday hours from 8:30 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
Open Saturday evenings.
Mrs. Ella Webb had as her Sunday
dinner guests her son, Mr. Harold
Webb and wife:
Miss Gertrude Roose is visiting in
Topeka, Kan., for a few weeks with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Ben LeJeuno of Maumee was a
Monday caller at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Pat Dowling.
Mr. Jay Corbin of Little Rock, Ark.,"
spent last week in Perrysburg with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Corbin,
and other relatives and friends.
ICECREAM SOFT DRINKS
We have a specially fine line of
fresh Bulk and Box Can
dies ranging from 45c
" to $1.00 per lb. ,
Boxes from 50c to $3.00
Full Line of Cigars and
With any 50c purchase or over, we
will sell 1 pound of
Sugar for 15c
Limit to a customer, two pounds
S. L. SHEPERD
We are triad to see Mr. Warren able
to'bo out again after an attack of the
Mrs. George Snyder called on Mrs.
Orson Broka Saturday at her mother's,
Mrs. T. Warren.
Miss Helen Snyder is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Clarence Shepherd of
Maumee for a few days this week.
DeLaval Service Day, February
6th. Bigley's Hardware, Maumee,
Mr9. W. B. Bishop of Toledo was
a guest at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Adamsoh last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCabe of
Huron, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Keller for a few days .before going on
to Cincinnati, where they are plan
ning on making their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Anderson of
Piqua, O., are thiniking of locating in
this town as they have 'purchased a
new homo on W. Indiana avenue. They
intend to move in the near future. Mr.
Amderson is a Salesman.
Friends of Earl Marshall of Tole
do, formerly of Perrysburg' will be
pleased to learn he has. been ap
pointed as auditing- manager at the
American Exyress Co., where he has
been employed for a number of
Nothing else so thoroughly insures happiness in the homo as
the knowledge that you have, laid aside in the bank,
a fund for the future, to care for any
emergency that may arise.
For the Protection of
start such a fund at , this bank
Mrs. Thomas Warren has been very
ill, but is better.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Roberts were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
Mericle of Maumee.
H. J. Kazmaier.
Phone Main 25 or 1G2
Mrs. O. Broka is very ill
mother's, Mrs. T. Warren.
Mr. W. H. West is ill with pneu
monia at his home on West Front
Mrs. George Berger and son of Mrs. Minnie King spent Sunday at
.Curtis were the week end guests of Bowling Green with, her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Spilker. . Dr. McKendree.
Mr. and Mrs . C. C. Leydorf were Miss Amelia Weidner spent Tues-
Sunuay guests of Mr.. and Mrs. les- day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.)
tus Wagner, at East Toledo ' Clyde Kazmaier.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harbauer and ' M5 Ait, Mni,nii t rvniaA
baby were visitors of their parents, ited her brother, J. W. Marshall and
"" mis. i ....it .....uuiiv., .wu luuiuj, -Liiuisuay evening.
Sunday. Miss Mildred King has recovered
Mr and Mirs. Carl Thomas will from an attack of the measles and has
spend this week in Toledo as the returned to, her studies at school,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Welsh Mrs, V- c Wagsoner and daughter
and family. , of Toio spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stebbles and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Leydorf and family,
family of Scotch Ridge took Sunday M nd Mr Mrlin K,mm-Pr pn
The Russell Kohl family are having
a siege of the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace of To
ledo visited with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kazmaier were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Yenour of Waterville last Sunday.
Mr, Harold Bissel of Cleveland O.
was the Sunday evening guest of his
uncle and aunt Mr. ahd Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kazmaier and
baby were the Sunday evening visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roe and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuhn and baby
Virginia were guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Moser, for a few
days last week.
Mrs. Chas. Wqjbts, of Toledo, who
underwent an operation at the Rhein
frank hospital last week for goitre, is
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
the Perrysburc Grain & Soed Co.
Red Wheat No. 1 $2.40
White Wheat No. 1 2.38
Spring Wheat No. 1
MEW CORK. .
tertained their parents, Mr: and Mrs,
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niondeliVery quality first
12 Boxes Ohio Blue Tip Matches,
. Saturday only .
Griffin &xSkelley Finest California Asparagus,
per can, Saturday only.I. --
Postum Cereal, per package,
Saturday only .
Kellogg's Corn Krisp, per package,
Saturday only.; .
Bour's Royal Garfln Tea, per pound,
Saturday only.. i
Three Cans of good quality Corn, Peas, Red Beans
or Tomatoes, Saturday only-.-- --
Campbell's Best Flavoring Extracts, all .flavors,
per bottle, Saturday only
THE QUALITY STORE.
Phone Miin 50 . Established 1879
dinner with their parents, Mr. and
lurs. jos. .. ruuer. , r, it.,.,,,;. ,i -fn,v,;i,r f clin,in,.
www. .. ..v,x, C4.IVA .L4.l.J M U .JUyUUJ
Miss Marie McMurry, who has been dinner,
spending a few weeks with Mr. and jIiss Erma Koerber o Defmnce is
juts, w. u. tJurcn, nas returned to ner vjsiinE her cousinj mm Thelma
home at Divernon, 111. starr and th Perrvsburc. reiatives
Mrs. Tracy Crowley of Toledo has and friends.
been caring for her mother, Mrs. Thos. Mr- and Mrg A E Wallace and
Warren, and sister, Mrs. O. Broka, . Dorothv and Mr. Rav Frusher
were visiu Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Roe and family.
cattle: and hogs
Corrected every Wodnosday noon by
.03 to .00
.11 to .17
.10 to .14 tt!
.00 to .12
.10 to ,20
Old Roosters . i .18
Chickens H to 25
Mrs. Louis Shipman, who has been
seriously ill at'her home, is'slightly recovered.
Mr. Wm Cannon of Dayton, Mr. Ed. Mr Carl Landenberger of Ida Mlch
Smith of Bates and Mr. Orson Broka lspenfc tto ek end with Mr. and Mrs.
were callers at the Thomas -Warren jChag- Dunham'
nome r riaay evening.
Mrs. it. a. Wise of Toledo and Miss
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If you need anything in the line of RUBBERS for
men, women and children, we can fit you out in
RUBBER and FELT BOOTS, one and four
Buckle Arctics, Storm Alaskas for men and
women, Ladies' Open Too Footholds,
' and alsoa sheep skin lined shoe,.
for men. Remember wo han- ', ,
, ' ' die only the best in v
, W. J. VpITCH
Open Saturday evenings only during winter
who were very sick with flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert King and daugh
ters, Mildred and Gertrude, visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mer
cer of Bowling Green last Sunday.
The Loyal Daughter Sunday school
class of the Evangelical church met
Wednesday evening with Mrs. M.
Adams at her home on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheider and
baby Thelma and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Marti spent Sunday evening- with
their parents, Mr. and . Mrs. John
Mr. Ed. Snyder of Dunbridge, Mr.
Andrew Snyder of Haskins'and Mr.
Elmer Ouderkick of Dundee, Mich.,
were the guests fit the Jos, Steinline
home last Sunday.
The Freshman Class of P. H. S. en
joyed a sleighride party to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fahrer in the
country. Aigood time was enjoyed by
all and the refreshments were appre
ciated after the cold drive. Games
were played and all had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ehrbar attended
the Soudriette-Botte wedding in Mau
mee Wednesday, The bride has been
organist, of St. Joseph's church, Mau
mee, for several years, and the choir
gave a special program of music. Mrs.
Ehrbar presided at the organ and will
continue so until Mrs. Botte's return.
Maple-Nut Ice Cream at
the Perrysburg Restaur
Winter heating- causes many
fires. The question comes to our
mind at the time of a fire is he
We say noware you insured?
If not, why not?
It costs but $6.00 to "$8,00 per
thousand of insurance for three
years, Come in and let us tell you
GEO. J. MUNGER
Anything in Real Estate or
' PernrabiVMr. Ohio
Mr. Wm. Neitz and family, Mr. Fred
Neitz and family, and Miss Nellie
Bininger of IJobart were guests last
Sunday of Prof. ancTMrs. J. iA. Neitz.
Miss Amelia Weidner was a visitor
at district school No. 5, Middleton
township, last Thursday afternoon.
Her friend, Miss Edna Charlton, is the
Mr, George Twining has gone to
Ashland, Ga., to attend the laymen's
convention. He was sent as a delegate
from Grace Evangelical , church and
will be away until Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schramm and
children and Mrs. Albert Snyder and
daughter, Helen, were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of Mr.- and Mrs.
Clarence Shepherd of Maumee.
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. George
Sclxaider, Jr., were pleasantly sur
prised by a party of about 38 friends
and neighbors. An enjoyable evening
was spent in dancing, card playing and
games. The usual refreshmets were
enjoyed by everyone present.
Mrs. Clara Friedman of. Detroit,
who has been spending a few weeks
with her daughter, Mrs, John B. Sea
man, has returned home, but will re
turn again in a few weeks, as, sodn as
she has made arrangements to dispose
of her household "effects, to make her
permanent home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Emch were de
lightfully surprised Thursday evening
by a party of friends who came to
their home with well filled baskets and
enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
About 42 were present. Mr. Wm.
Emch and family are leaving the
neighborhood to occupy the farm of
Mr. E. S. DeVerna.
The Perrysburg friends of Mrs.
Maria Maire will be grieved to learn
of her misfortune last Wednesday,
when she fell on an icy pavement and
broke her hip. She had just recovered
from a serious attack of the flu, and
was just able to bo around a little,
when this occurred. The accident will
no doubt keep her confined for several
months longer, as she is an elderly
lady and not entirely well. Her home
is on W. Woodruff in Toledo.
Candies, Nuts, Cigars, Ci
garettes Tobacco, etc., at
the Perrysburg Restaur
Mrs. H. C. Webb will entertain a
party of friends Thursday evening at
a birthday party in honor of her
mother, Mrs. Chas. VanNorman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cartwright of
Toledo have rented the beautiful upper
apar.tments of the duplex owned by
Mrs. Edith Maddy located on W. Front
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lee of Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Powers of Monclova
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hufford and
family were the Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Thornton.
DeLaval Service Day, February
6th. Bigley's Hardware, Maumee,
Delia Hill of Findlay spent Sunday
with the Misses Clara and Emma
Mr. and Mrs. Claude McCabe of
Maumee spent Sunday in Perrysburg
as the guests of Mrs. Harry Thomas
L. C. B. A. Society will give a social
and card party next Tuesday evening,
Feb. 10, at the" C. M. B. A. hall in the
Munger block. .Admission ten cents
and everyone is cordially invited.
Leave your laundry at
the Perrysburg Restaur
ant, agent for the Holmes
At The Hoff mans Grocery
'Folger's Picnic Hams, per pound 24c
2 lbs. Nucoa'or Kingnut Oleomargerine.. 65c
Folger's Pure Lard, any quantity, per lb 29c
Six Boxes Best Matches 39c
Two Pounds Golden Sun Coffee. Ti 95c
10 Bars Classic Soap. .1 : 72c
Rasola Cigars. Goodyear Tires
THE HOFFMANN GROCERY
Phone Main 10 , .tlnion Delivery
secure for our trade only the
Freshest and best. You can
buy no other Itind here.'
C. C. LEYDORF
Phone Main 230.
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