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THE PERRYSBURG aottJtUNAL FRIDAY AUGUST 7, 1903.
n R. P. BARTON T UNDERTAKER, perrYsburg; o. Phone Nos. '27 and 901. I'Hiiitvsiiimn nitAiN niAiciiiyr. Tholollowlnpnrlcci nropnlil by Clmrf hill ,t Co., lor grain delivered to tho I'crrysbnrR clo Markctcnrrcctcd every weekuv 0. L. MftiMy. Whoiit Hod v.... ..'. 7Hc Wheat-White Tie Oats SOu Corn shelled ITo Corn car CV Kyo 40e Uurluv -0c t'i-:iuiYMiiuci i-itior.M FAItlTlKHN. 1'A III.'IO , Orenned Beot 6a8n ( Laid ocr 100tt lOiitollKc -Balls 08 to 3Wc Bteers(Uve) 3J4 toio Cows 02 toOJo Calves (drcsted) Vfi toSKo Calves (Uvo) fio to t,ttc Fork, nor bbi 17 00to18W) Po CUvc) RI00 to 85 25 Pork (dressed) ...87.00 tos7.0 Sccst! - 10u Chickens, per lb. (Uvo) (spring) 10 to 11 Chickens "(dressed) 10 to 12o Chickens (old) Uvo 3 toOc Chickens (old) dressed 11 to 12c Turkeys (dressed) per lb U to ll'Xc rurkcysillve) " " 11 to llHo Uucks (dressed) 10 to lie " (Uvo) Stout Potatoes (new) 'Cc Apples, per oil 50ii muter 12J4 to 16c Egg llo Flour, per bbl, as per n.unllty II OC to 35 00 eana ......... ..I? 00 Signs of Failing Vision. When your eyes tire In rending. When you trovvn, or pnrtly close the eyes when looking tit an object. When'thlngs "swim-' or become dim after being looked at for some lime. When the eyes ache, smart or water, or when you have pain In tho eyeball, orbit, tenfples or forehead. When you have any nervous deranfje ment that you cannot otherwise ac count lor. All these conditions are curable by the proper glasses, such as we will fur nish you after scientific examination. Artificial eyes Inserted without Ditin. Consultation and examination free. uuunun.unuw. !lo9am J-Jxcluslve Expert OptlcIanSTTl to 2 pm 507 Adams St., Toledo. Ohio. Ground Floor. 'Phone 550. CROQUET SETS. 4 ball set, - - 50c 6 - 65c 8 - 75c An extra good 8 ball set, tor $1.50. r 1 We are in want of butter and eggs. Will pay 14c per doz. for eggs and 18c per lb. for good butter. F. JEZZARD & SON. PONTIAC SLIPPEES Are for women who care nothing for style but a lot for comfort and dur ability. Lace, $125 Congress, 1.50 This is essentially a warm weather shoe. EBtflLY'S. Miss Lllu Wnnl Is visiting In Coshocton county, Ohio. Mrs. C. A. Lucas Is entertaining her sister, Mrs. l'llfe, of Indiana. Win. Monrfey, of Santoo, Xeb., vis ited relative's hero the past two weeks. Miss Esther .Tezzunl visited her sis ter, Mrs. Kred Marvin, In Toledo lust week. Mrs. Kate Xellls visited Mrs. George Caldwell In Lime City last wok. MKs Clara T.eyilorf Is home from Athens, where she has beqn attending eolh'so. Mlsse) ("iertriklo mid I.otta Hayes spent the past week In Toledo with relatives. Miss Unhy Cranker has returned after a couple of weeks' visit wi'th friends In Weston. Miss Helen Ilrowne leaves this week for an extended vMt with rela tives In Mlehlgau. , The Evangelical Sunday school will hold, their annual picnic at Wallirldgo park next Tuesday. Mrs. Chas.' Velteh and duugliter, of Toledo, spent a part of the week with V. Wltzler and wife. Miss Ethel Sweet accompanied ly her grandfather, Wm. MeKnlgit, of Clilyago, are experteil to arrive hen' next Saturday for an extended visit with AV. Sweet and wife. 1-'. E. Ilollcnucck, wife, and Miss Loin, Mrs. Mabel Maddy and children, Mrs. II. H. Sargent and daughter, Ma rie, and Miss Jessie Iiarton are spend ing "the week at Lakeside. Sam Ilartsing, wife and son, Roy, of Lima, Frank Itedding and wife, and II. G. Itlclumlson, of I'oletlo, were Sunday guests of M. Hartslng and family. Miss Adda Spreng lias returned from a week's camping in company, with about '2 of her Cleveland friends at the beautiful LInwood Park, near Vermillion, Ohio. She reports having had a ino-st enjoyable time. Bell Miotic. Plymouth, 1CJ Home phone, E, C5 Tr CLARENCE S. ORDWAY, nor its: WITH Dr. J. 1). ELY. WASTED YOUNG MES to prepare for Gov ernment Positions. Fine Openings In all De partments. Good Salaries. Kapld Promotions. Examinations soon. Particulars Free, Inter-State Cor. Inst., Cedar ltaplds, la Don't Trust to Luck. PROPERTY, NEEDS PROTECTION. In'surance is the Only - Safeguard against loss In caso of fire. Our plan protects you at small cost. It Is insur ance that is sure, an Investment that pays blpr dividends when most needed. Tbo best plan Is not to be without It. Call on tho C. A. POWERS Agency for Fire and Tornado Insurance. EQelous, Bruits and Vegetables. G to 7 p m. UK! Oat St.. corner Faset, TOLEDO, O. B G. Perrytbunr. ami Oak street curs paws the ofllce. Phone rails responded to. Last car l'J:"Q a m. Special appointments made. New olllco In October. -.Mrs. Chris! Flnkhelner is visiting In Ludlngtou, Mich. Miss Alleo Haines, of Elmore, Is the guest of Miss Lulu Sehleet. 11. N'orris, of Lorain county, Is vis iting Gcorgo Twining and family. Elwln Davenport and wife visited relatives In Ilasklns over Sunday. ' II vs. .1. C. ISurtou spent Sunday with Miss Gladys Keynnvllle In Toledo. Miss .Jessie La Karroo was visiting frlnids In Toledo a-few days the past week. Mrs. .1. c. Leydorf and daughter, Helen, visited relatives In Itoachtou last I'rldtiy. -Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Howling Si-ten, was th' gue.it' of Mrs. Mary Ty Ieivl I oilman on Sunday. Misses Sadie Ellis and Ilessle Cow der, of ToleVlo, spent, the past week with Miss May Clark. Dr. lhtlieoek and wife, M. W. Ka .3011 and C. E. Stock and Avlfe of To ledo, spent Sunday in Detroit. Elmer Wltzler, who is nu employe of the Dow & Snell Co., In ToleHlo, Is euJoylXg this wo.uk of Vacation. Mrs. u. (.Sanson, of Cleveland, Is here fr a. few days' visit with her parents, A. Sehaumloffol and wife. Misses Minnie, and Llllie Ilrokn have returniHl home after a week's vislt wl'th their sister. Mrs. Clara Lindeman. at St. Clair, Mich. . Ten thousand dollars was the price recently paid for SO acres of land it: Henry township on which the Ohio Oil company is operating several oil well-. The Iulies 'Aid society of the Evangelical church will give a social at tho home of It. Zlntrg and wife (this) Krlday afternoon ami evening. Supper 10 cents. All are Invited. Another of 'the famous SpyehaL-ki quadruplets of Toledo Is dead the sec ond hoy, named for Theodore Roose velt, dying on Sunday. The two stir! babies are also sick with cholera in fantum, but hopes are entertained for their recovery. ' COTTON BATTS. MANN H I? .Grocery Store. 1 Hand Fainted Dishes A Coupon given with Every Purchase Highest Price Paid for Farmers' Produce. For Comfort and Economy USE 1903 PerfectiouBKOUStoves Sold Wherever Stoves are Sold. IF YOUR DEALER DOCS NOT HAVE THEM, WRITE TO THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Mrs. A. W. Degner speut Sunday with Toledo relatives. Miss Sophia Leydorf was tli6 guest of Wntorville friends last Sunday. Miss Jennie Harris, of Adrian, Is -pending the week with Miss Oleva Koid. Kor cement and Hag stone side walk. Call phone 7S2. 21tf II. C. Lkydokf. Karl Kberly and Iennet Norton went 'to Lakeside Monday for a few weeks' stay. Mls ISes-ie Adams, of Milwaukee, Wis., is vi-ttiiig a't the home of llev. (1. A. Adams. Mines. Henry LoydorP and .lane Peibert visited relatives in Michigan the past week. --Miss Daisy SeliaumloelTel Is home from Cleveland, where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. Kord, Mrs. Clayhorne and Mi-s Oleva Koid will visit friends in Adrian next Sunday. Misses Tor.t Hoffmann and Emma Grlss visited friends In Toledo and Ironvillo the past week. V. II. It oose, wife and children, are eK'ctetl to vblt In Birmingham, Midi., the last of this -week. Joe llillahrand and Miss Mamie Monger, of IJast Toletlo. siicnt Ttiesday wltli Walter I'omeroy and wife. The reunion of the 2lst O. V. I. will he held at -Itowllug flreen on Tliursday and Krlday, September 17 and IS. i Mrs. Wm. McKniglit, of Chicago, and Charles Sweet, of Xapoleon, are veiling Mr. Wilson and family 'this week. Mrs. Mary MoArdle and daughters, Margaret and Ktliel, of Kt. Wayne, are spending the week -with Miss Mary Kruney. Kred Slierldau returned to Xew York city, alter a very pleasant visit of two weeks with his parents here, and relatives In Toledo. Misses Olevn Kord and Jennie Har ris, Mr. ami Mrs. Clayhorne and Mrs. Win. Kord will form-a party and go to rut-In Hay -next Monday. Infirmary Director S. II. ltlnker, of Uossford, was lu town Monday and gave the Journal a business call. lie. was on the way to Howling Green to attend the meeting of the Infirmary Directors. The Mauineo Valley Pioneers' an nual reunion will by held In Mniimeo, on the old court house ground, on Thursday, September 10. lSXK!. Alt ef fort will be made to have Governor Hccklmni, of Kentucky, deliver the speech of Iho day. hi We placed our order early before the ad j vance in cotton so will be able to sell you our Hit 12 and 16 ounce batt same as last season at Sc a-iELcL lOo. Cor. Louisiana and Front Streets. Phone No. 901. ll?J''t'ii'?'S'S'MfB'S'if5't""m'''fr't"i'i"'frW Of viz i ii i h Prof. Kail ofJOborllll was a Sun day guest of Mrs. S. A. Cook. Mrs. Johtr-Marshnl and children are visiting relatives in Michigan. Mrs. Capt. Herrick of Toledo is the guest of Mrs. K. L. Jlltie this week. Mmcs P. C. Kberly and A. C. Puller went to Put-in liay Wednesday. Mrs. J. X. Kasly of 11. G. was a recent guest of Mrs. Wm. C'omstoek. -Mrs. W. Oilman of Toledo was Mrs. A. II. Williams' guest Tues day. C. A. Iliminolniiui and family of Akron are visiting Dell Simmons and family. ' Mrs. Dr. Scholield of Maumee spent Wednesday witli Mrs. A. C Puller. -r-Mrs. Hose Davenport and son Millard, are visiting relatives in Liberty Center Mrs. X. L. Hanson and daughter. Miss Myva, are home after an extend ed visit in the east. Melvin Smith Jones of Silver Creek, Xew York, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Addison Smith. Misses Jlcrtha and Gertrude Schneider of Columbus are visiting Hev. Dunim and family. Earnest Jezzard and cousin, Frank Jezzard of Springfield, Mo., went to Cleveland last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Unstable- and daugh ter, Margery and MissSuage of Kenton were recent guests of John Carlin and wite. - Alex Heard, a veteran soldier and .Republican says lie wants the Jouit- XAr, every week and lie will get it sine enough. Martin Wygant of Toledo and Miss Clara Foster of Hossford were married by Hev. G. A. Adams at his resilience, on Tuesday, August -t. Karl Simmons and wife enter tained a large number of friends at their home on Thursday evening of this week. Ice cream and cake were served and a good time reported." The annual Tri-C'ounty Horticul tural society meeting will -take place at Walbridge park, Toledo, August li), Wood, Lucas and Lenawee Co., Mich., participating. A basket, dinner and plenty of entertainment will be feat ures of the day. For cement and tlag stone side walk. Call phone 782. 2ltf II. C. Lkydouk. SeesessesiG1! mV I SCOTT'S EMULSION won't make a hump back straight, neither will it make a short leg long, but It feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and is among the few genuine means of recovery In ucKcu ana none consumption. .-enu lor iree .impl 4O0-4IS i'earl Street. SOC.andiKx); alldniggisls. A SHMMB4H I ot recovery in m ?tlon. M iiple. H , Chemists, New York. SPECIAL PRICE OUST HAMMOCKS, GASOLINE and OIL STOVES, GASOLINE OVENS REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS LAWN SWINGS and BICYCLES. On above articles we will give 15 per cent dis count until August 10. You will do well to take advantage of this sale. K These special prices will be for cash. only. am or: Go to the kplk Grocery For your wants. Give us a Call. JOHN LEYDORF Manager. I I Fire. Liffhtninff. Tornado. GEO. J. HUNGER, Insurances Agent. Reliable Companies Seasonable Rates i t graTteKMfr srJu-H v wwp LION ST Our Aggressive Mrs. Arnold Arn and elilldren, of Cliienjro, are vlsltliur at lleyry Itroku's. Mrs. Uert Chirk, at Toledo, Is spending the week with Mi-k. W. M. Chirk. George Sehleet and wife, of Tole do, siient Sunday with "Win. Sehleet and family. Fivtl l'nvpellls, of Hull Prairie, -iis here Sunday and spoke in the Presby terian elmreli la.-1 Sunday nioruiu. ' Foil S.u,rc Ciikai'. House and six aeres loeated on Findlay plank. Enquire of ,L3ii:s McXai.lv. 21c .Mrs. Eva "Williams and Augusta and Lulu Powers were visiting friends in Genoa and Elmore tho latter part of last week. Henry lterutlilnle and wife, of Ilas klns, have returned, after a pleasant trip to Warren, (.)., where they visited W'.. A. Wf,T, Airs. It.'s son. They also report a very pleasant trip with Air, and Airs. lUgg to Sher,on, Penn. Pavid Itupp of Iluskius, who re cently sold his general store in that village, is now onjoying himself in little rest and a change of occupation working on his farm whenever ho feels liko it. His faithful attention to business for the past t)0 years entitles him to a little recreation. Fence posts treated in the follow lug manner will last a life-time or more. Posts that have been in tho ground seven years, when taken out were as good as when they were llrst put in tho ground. This is the recipe: Take boiled linseed oil and stir in it Xew telephone Xo. 292, Dr. V. II. "Wise, residence West Fj:oiit street. Miss Ilattie Hunipace of Oberlm was calling on friends here last week. Miss Jessie Finkbeiner is home after a visit with friends in lloscom mon, Mich. Aliss Hazel Trombla spent Tuesday in Bdwling Green w th her sister, Mrs. Chester J. Webb,. Fou Salk on Tiiadi:. A ladies bicycle n good condition. 1 22a .1 ah lis Cook. Mrs. Win. Mills entertained the Misses Hess and Mamie Chappcl and Alary Anderson oi Toledo, Tliursday. - In Middleton township. Stitt. Montgomery & Stitt's last well on the iiartman lease, did close to (JO barrels. Lost. Side curtain for buggy be tween Perrysburg and Five Points Howard will be paid for return of same 22a Jajiks Cook. Mines, llichard Domory, C. K, Stock and Chas. Carroll of Toledo, and Miss Merriam Carrol were guests of Mrs. Dr. Uabcoek Thursday. Mrs. Laura Collier and two chil dren returned to their home m Lima on Saturday last after a pleasant visit of two months with her parents, George Lober and wife. The Women's Missionary society of the M. K. church held their regular monthly meeting at tho parsonage on Wednesday afternoon of this week. An interesting programme, consisting of readings and music was rendered, after which refreshments were served. TO CUICi: A COM) IN ON 12 (.V, Take LuxuUyu Qi-omo Quinine Tub- pulverized charcoal to tho consistency fleis. All uroeeLiin refund the moiuy if Pricin 5pecia WILL CONTINUE During An Our semi-annual inventory lias just been com pleted and discloses thousands of dollars' worth of desirable merchandise that must be sold during August. Our most phenomenal July business will be H j-urpasstju during This August Rebuilding Sale. Hundreds of your noighbors have benefited by theso romatkable reductions, why don't you ? If ou cannot como in porson, send your orders by mail, tliuy will be givon tho most careful atten tion and any orders that are not Ullod entirely to vour satisfaction, notify us at once, WE WILL SATISFY YOU PERFECTLY. We call special attention to the new Fall and Wintar Emportations of Silks, Dress Goods, Rftillinery, Garments, " Laces, Trimmings, etc., etc., which will soon ba ready for your inspec tion and will comprise the choicest novelties from the leading; Foreign and American markets, all at our special low prices. 8 of paint.' Put a coat of tiiis over the timber FREIGHT AND EXPRESS CHARGES FREE. All (luring tlio month of August wo will continue to pay freight or express (iluirges on till purchases of Five Dollars or over to your nearest railroad station except ou extremely bulky mercimuuise. It faild lo euro. K. VV, Univet'tle.iiiiluin la on oueh box. 2ic. . I THE LION DRY GOODS CO., 325, 327, 329 and 331 SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, 0. NKW YOUK OFFICES, 13 MMiiarn tiruct. I'AKIS OFFICUS. 5 Passant- Saulnler. Manchester, England, Olllee "i Sackvllle Street.