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THE PERRY8BURQ JOURNAL,
PAGE FIVE.
With every $1 Purchase
. NEXT
Saturday, May 25
we shall give a twenty-five cent bag of
i Wyandot Sanitary Cleanser
s
if This cleanser is just the thing for removing
foul odors and is especially good in sinks
and refrigerators and bath rooms.
CHAMPNEY'S PHARMACY 1
"Goods of Quality."
Mrs. Rebecca Thornton was tlio
Sunday jaiost of Toledo relatives.
John Crankor hns moved his
family to their homo on tho farm
east of town.
Mrs. M. M. Ellis has returned
from an extended visit with relatives
In Hasklns.
Mr. and Mrs. Watklns and Mrs.
Thps. Do Vcaux, of Toledo, called on
Verrysburg frlendsTuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilde and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Helfrlsh, of To
ledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Man
dell and daughter Dorothy, of M
Hne, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Wildo and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
La Farrco.
Hartshorn.s, headquarters for
tomatoes and cabbage plants. 12b
Mrs. W. J. Veltch has returned
after a two weeks visit with relatives
In South Whitley, Ind.
Wm. Mills and wife spent Sun
day with Timothy Ragan and family
near Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rossbach, of
Toledo, were visiting with Joseph
Rossbach and family on Sunday.
Mrs. S. L. Thompson, of Toledo,
accompnnled by Mrs. Dr. J. H.
Rhelnfrank, Mrs. Wetmorc and Mrs.
niuo, motored to Bowling Green on
Wednesday nnd were the guests of
Mrs. D. A. Haylor.'
PERRYSBURG POSTOFFICE.
Malls nrrlvo at and depart from tho
Porrysburg PoBtofllco at tho following
hours:
North.
9:14 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
1:41 P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
B:3G P. M. via Maumoo Valloy Elec
tric Ry.
C:ll P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
South.
6:67 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
10:27 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R.
All outgoing malls close 30 minutes
prior to tho tlmo above given by order
of tho P. O. department to Insure safe
delivery at trains.
If you aro anxious to got mall out
on time, be euro to got your letters
In boforo closing tlmo.
Eggs for hatching. Barred
Rock. Call phono 1C. Ctf.
Piano for sale.
Jouraal.
Inqulro at
13tf
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ulrich had
for their guest last Thursday, Mrs
Gavin and children and Miss Marion
Mcjdt, of Toledo.
Miss Borthn Comstock, who Is
visiting with Wm. Comstock and
wife, spent a few days of last week
with rolatlves In Bowling Green.
-Mrs. Norton, of Coldwater,
Mich., Is expected tho last of the
week for a few days visit with Mrs.
E. C. Lee.
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New Dress Ginghams
10c, 12 l-2c and 15c
Special Values in Ladies Muslin Underwear.
Ladies Union Suits at 25c, 50c and 1.00.
We offer, in these lines, bargains that you
will appreciate.
A. C. FULLER.
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PERRYSBURG MARKET
Prices quoted on Wednesday oven
lng, subject to fluctuations of market.
CHAIN.
Itoa Whont 1 10
White Wheat.... 1-08
OfUn r,Cc
Com, por cwt . 1-10
PnODUOK
Corrected each week by Schuster & Son
Butter 26
Erkb 10
POULTRY
Prices quoted by Hunger Bros.
Roosters old Uvo 8
OhiokonB, old 10 11
ChioiconB, llyo, spring 12
Ohiokons, dressed, young 12 to 13
Turkoya, live 10
Xurkoys, dressed ' 20
GeoBe, live 1
Ducks, live 12
LIVE STOCK.
Cattlo 3) to 7
Calves live 01 to7i
Calves Dressed 10 to 11
IToeb.Hvq 5i to It
Hogs Dressed 7 to 81
Lambs 41 to 5
Sheep 2to3i
The Successful Man
says "A look into the future is a wise
precaution." You will find that men
who have made their mark in life and
attained the greatest measure of suc
cess were individuals who were fore,
sighted. They knew the advantage
to be derived by the judicious saving
of a part of their earnings. Why not
follow the footsteps of the successful
and open a bank account with a re
liable institution?
Money to loan on tarms, first uiort
gage, or upon other approved securi
ty. Depository of the U. S.
The Perrysburg Banking
Company
Mr. and Mm. J. Shoemaker
spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Cobb, of Toledo. Mr. Cobb
has been very sick.
-Mr. C. G. Adams and Miss Julia
Adams came from Sorrento, Florida,
last week to spend the summer at
their old home In Perrysburg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lankln, of
Milan, Mich., aro visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Flnkbelner and fam
ily.
PIGS FOR SALE Inquire of
Hanna Phillips, three miles1 south of
Porrysburg on McCutcheonvillo rd.
12a
James F. Byrne and wife of
near this place were Sunday guests
of E. J. Spllker and wife of Webster
township.
The friends of Mrs. Brown will
be pleased to know that she has re
turned from North Carolina and is
again managing the Crane Bros,
home. i'm
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CHEF CANNED CORNI
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If you don't like canned to
corn it is because you have nev- 8f
er tried the right kind. CHEF $
canned corn is almost like cob $
corn.
CHEF LEADERS
Plncnpplo
Pens
Tomatoes
United Beans
Peaches
Bcnns
Corn
Pumpkin '
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SCHUSTER & SONS I
Groceries
FOR SALE!
Ten acres and two story frame house
on Maumee Valley Car line, or will
divide and sell three acres with build
ings, terms to suit purchaser.
Vacant lot on Third street, at a bar
gain, if sold soon.
One half acre,
Louisiana Ave.
good buildings on
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Again the members of Woirord
Eost, No.51, G, A. R. Dep't of Ohio
are called to drape their Hall and
Charter and mourn the loss of our es
teemed Comrade Jonathan Duham
mel, late of Co. D. 111th O. V. I.
Remembering him as a brave soldier,
a good citizen and a faithful friend,
be it
Resolved, that while regretting his
removal, wq bow in humble submis
sion to the Diviua Will, knowing that
our loss is his gain.
To his family we tender our earn
est and sincere sympathy in their bo
rereavement. Thomas Frusiiek.
1, John Gundek.
ISAAO WlIITSON.
Miss Kathorlne Rhoda, of Union
City, Ind., will arrive Friday to
spend her summer vacation with her
mother, Mrs. M. Rhoda, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Trowbridge
and baby, of Lime City, spent tho
day with Mrs. Katherlne Nellls and
Mrs. Percy Finch last Thursday.
WHAT TEXANS ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life-, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio.
"We find," ho writes, "that Dr.
Iting's New Life Pills surely put now
life and energy Into a person. Wife
and I believe thoy aro tho best
made." Excellent for stomach, liver
or kidney troubles. 2G cents at C.
P. Charapney.
NOTICE.
Sanitary Excavation
Vaults cleaned in first class manner
at reasonable prices. Prompt and
careful attention given to all work.
H. SNYDER
Successor to Ira Finch.
R. F. D. No. One
MAUMEE, OHIO
"Doan's Ointment cured me of ec
zema that had annoyed me a long
time. Tho euro was permanent"
Hon. S. W. Matthews, Commissioner
Labor Statistics, Augusta, Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whltson and
family had for their guest last week,
Mrs. W. W. Drayton, of Walbridge.
Mr. Drayton and his sister, Miss
Alice Drayton, of Toledo, also spent
Sunday with them.
One acre, with house and barn on
Loui8iona Ave. Will sell same at a
bargain, to settle an estate, if taken
soon.
Miss Bagley, of Toledo, was a
Sunday guest of Mrs. E. L. Blue.
Hayes Cromwell, of the Journal,
spent Sunday at his home in Mc
Clure. Charles F. Chapman and wife,
of Toledo, were Sunday guests of
Perrysburg relatives.
Miss Frances Shepherd, of Tole
do, spent Sunday with Dr. I. S. Bow
ers and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud McCabo, of
Toledo, visited with Harry Thomas
and family on Sunday.
Joseph Danlpace, of Toledo, mo
tored to Perrysburg Monday evening,
George Wallace, of Bowling
Green, called on Perrysburg friends
Mrs. L. A. Potter and daughter
Mabel, and Lylo Brenner spent Sun
day with Chas. Hanson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knerr were
the Sunday guests of relatives In
Rossford.
Mrs. Wm. Welchel, of Sandusky,
spent tho latter part of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilde. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Hite, of
Dunbridgc, were the Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fuller.
SUITS
Eighteen acres, good buildings, fine
location, all kinds of fruit, on stone
pike, finest poultry farm in Wood
county. This is a bargain for some
one.
Pour lots with brick house on paved
street, all kinds of fruit, one block
from street car. A fine home for
some one.
M. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURO, O.
The Y. P. B. society of tho M.
E. church will meet at the home of
bringing with him as guests his Clessin Davenport in Rossford, Tucs
mother, Mrs. James Dunlpace and day evening, May 28. All members
H. H. Sargent and wife. should take tho 7:12 o'clock car.
IPOMe0MOQQ0&0Q000QQQO9Mi
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1 MEN'S
For Spring 1912. !
Our new line is here. The values were
&. never better at $15, $18, S20 and $22.50. Good
M suits as low as $8, $10 and $1 2. Come in and
look them over. If you are not ready to buy
you can select your suit and we will hold it
for you, These suits are all guaranteed to
give satisfaction which insures you your
money's worth which you can't always get
when dealing with strangers.
A new line of soft collar shirts at 50c, 75c
and$l. "Autocrat" dress shirts at 1,1.25
O and $1.50. None better. Mentor underwear
ior men at j, i.au ana $z. for styie ana
excellent values they can't be beat.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to extend our slncore and
heartfelt thanks to all tho rolatlves,
friends and neighbors who so kindly
assisted us during tho sickness and
at tho death of our beloved mother,
Sophia Artz; also Rev, Diets for his
consoling words, tho choir, and tho
Fort Meigs Grove Circle.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS.
Motor Cycle Bargains
One Indian single, eclipse clutch,
Bosch Magneto, 140. One Indian
twin, eclipse clutch, Bosch Magneto,
$190. In perfect order. Pierce agen
cy for motor cycles and bicycles.
A. F. SHEA,
709 Superior st. Toledo, O.
J. N. Easley and wife mottored
over from Bowling Green on Sunday
and visited with Wm. Comstock and
family.
Mrs. and Mrs Robert Kazmaier
have moved into the house which
they recently purchased from Miss
Ella Wobb.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hawkins, of
Dowllng, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fuller.
Mrs. Frank Sholl and baby and
Mrs. J. Scholl, of Lime City, visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Finch on
Sunday.
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We have a Good Assortment of
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White Goods including k
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Cotton Voll India Linen, Batiste Persian Lawn, y
Irish Linen 2525 50c, Butcher's Linen Madras, $
Curtain Madras, Pique, Dotted Swiss, Poplin, $
Danish Cloth Muslin, Long Cloth, Flaxon, fjj
Lonsdale Cambric, Sheeting 8-9 quarters, Toweling, ra
English NainBOok, Ladies Cloth, Canton Flannell,
Figured White Goods, Serpentine Grepo, Table Linen, j
Mercerized Pllsse,. Woolen Elannell, Brllllantino. $
E. J. Spllker and wife wore To
ledo shoppers, Tuesday.
Hartshorn's cold frame tomatoo
plants aro tho finest in town. 13a
Th a next regular meeting of tho
W. C. T. U. will bo hold at tho homo
of Mrs. James F. Irvln, Tuesday,
May 2Sth, at 2:30 p. m. A full at
tendance is desired.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dubbs. of
Denver, Colo,, aro visiting In Porrye
burg for a fow days. They havo de
cided to make Denver their future
home and will, move tholr household
goods to that city.
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W. J. VEITCH.
$
Year's Sleep In Prison.
A remarkablo caso of lethargy is re
ported from ono of tho towns in South
Russia. A certain Moissolylnko was
put on his trial In March of last year
on tho charge of having committed an
armed robbery, but in the midst of the
proceedings ho dropped to tho floor in
what was supposed at the tlmo to bo a
fainting fit, but which afterward
proved a lethargic Bleep.
In this condition tho prisoner has
lain till March 8 of tho present year.
Ho has evidently been all tho tlmo in
complete possession of hia wits, but
was unable to move a limb, open his
oyoH or take food. When his eyelids
were raised tho pupils could bo seen,
nnd he was all tho tlmo fed by arti
ficial means.
During his sleep ho has lost somo
weight, but ho has kept throughout
the external appearance of a man la
paormal and healthy sleep.
N0J1CE
THE NEW YORK DENT
ISTS aro now located at tho corner of St.
Clair and Madison Avo., where he
will continue the same policy that we
have for more than 20 years.
HONEST WORK AT
HONEST PRICES,
Set of teeth as low as $4.00
dold Crowns as low as 4.00
Bridge Work as low as 4.00
Painless Extracting Guaranteed.
F. B. ESTILL, D. D. S.
Mgr.
MiRses Hazel Coberly, Martha
Malao, Helen Smith, Bertha and Eva
Hlllabrand wore guests at a house
party at the homo of D. A. Haylor
In Bowling Qreen over Saturday and
Sunday.
Captain's Specific Orders.
Capt, John I. Lewis, an oillcial ol
tho Arundel Sand and Gravel company
of Baltimore, has toured tho world.
iCaptaln Lewis in recalling somo of his
trips said that he mot a friend one
tlmo, and they talked of tho dangers
of icebergs.
He remembered that his friend, also
a tourist, said:
"One night whllo returning from
Europe I camo out on deck. It was
so foggy that nothing could he seen.
The captain of tho ship was walking
the deck and I approached him and
said:
" 'How last aro wo going?'
"The master replied, 'Twenty-two
miles an hour.'
" 'Is not that a violation of tho law?'
I asked. Tho captain admlttod that It
was.
"Then I asked, 'Why do you run so
fast through a fog?'
"Tho captain replied, 'My ofllclal
standing orders aro 'Heaven, hell 01
Now York in Uvo days."
KVEItYBODV DOING IT.
Twenty now offers to pay tho ex
penses ol' a boy on tho Buckeye Boys'
Corn Special to Washington next De
cember wore mado. during tho past
week. '
Tho movement has made a big hit.
Everybody Is helping boost Ohio.
Wo x:au grow tho corn. Keep your
eyes on tho boys of Ohio! They aro
going to "do It."
Boys, If you have not entored yet,
DO IT NOW or you will bo sorry.
You will also have a chanco at tho
state-wide cash offer of $335 that
will ho distributed among tho boys.
A chanco to attend the Ohio State
Fair this fall for six days, all ex
penses paid. A sldo trip at Wash
ington by boat to Mt, Vornon has
been arranced.
Bqys, hero Is your chanco to show
the old folks what you can do, be
sides helping yoursolves. Get busy!
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Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
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Spring is Building Time
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35 CEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS $
Boars tho
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WASHED AND CRUSHED GRADED GRAVEL to
High Grade Washed Sand in any quantity
WATER PROOF GRAVE VAULTS
The Elks Builders Supply Co.
Phone Blue 41 PERRYSBURG
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