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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
PAflS MV. ---1 r7-"-1-'"'tJ't"'t' PERRYSBURG POSTOFFICE. PERRYSBURG MARKET l33da'9939933939a:C:3 ) U L -. - K- ft , i. If you have not the time or energy to "SWAT THE FLY" j try one of the following: Tanglefoot Fly Paper 3 sheet for 5c Daisy Ply Killer 150 Magio Ply Killer Plant 25c Poison Ply Paper 5c Package Black Flag Insoct Powder 10c and 25c We Have Them All. CHAMPNEY'S PHARMACY "Goods of Quality." Malls arrive at and depart from tho Porrysburg Postoftlco at tho following hours: North. 9:14 A. M. via C. II; & D. R. R. 1:41 P. M. via C. H. & D. R. R. 5:3G P. M. via Maumeo Valley Elco trio Ry. 6:11 P. M. via C. II. & D. R. R. South. 6:67 A. M. via C. H. & D. R. R. 10:27 A. M. via C, H. & D. R. R. A II nltlrvnlnrf vinl1n atlm-tA ft A vnlnnlnn prior to the time abovo given by order ??;e" olfl (1Uvo or tno 1. O. department to Insure Bare' r:, r" "' ,,:" delivery at trains. If you are anxious togot mall out on tlmo, bo Bure to get your letters in before closing tlmo. FOR SALE Japanese plums' for canning. 23c S. E. HARTSHORN. Prices quoted on Wednesday even log, subject to fluctuations of market. GRAIN. Rca Whent LOO "Whito Wheat 08c OatR 20c Corn, per cwt 1.05 PRODUCE Corrected.each week by Schuster & Son Butter .. 25 Ercs .". 10 POULTRY. Prices quoted by Hunger Bros. 0 10 ll ChicKona, live, spring 15 to 18 Chickens, dressed, 12 to 13 Turkeys, live lu Geese, live - ' 10 Ducks, live 10 LIVE STOCK. Cattle 31 to 7 Calves live 0 to7i Calves Dressed 10 to Hi Hoes.livo --. 5J to 7i Hogs Dressed 8 to 0 Mr. and Mrs. John Rossbach of Lambs 4j to 5i Toledo, spent Sunday with Rossbach and family. Joseph Mrs. Roswell E. Messenger and son have returned fiom a visit with relatives in Detroit. Mrs. H. H. Moderwoll and Miss Moderwell are visiting in Bucyrus this week. Mrs. Frank Lusher, of MUlbury, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Ulrlck. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frusher and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Byrnes spent Monday at Adrian, Mich. Mrs. Sarah H. Osgood of Toledo, formerly of Perrysburg, has recently returned from Tiffin, in which city she has been giving a course of lec- , tures In the Ursullne convent. Pres. Newman, of the Western College for Women, called on Rev. Lowry last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vost, of Ithaca, Mich., were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hallowell. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schramm spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ja cob Schramm. Gertrude, Edna and Carl Witz ler visited with relatives In Toledo, Sunday. Dr. Roether has sold his property on the Piko and will erect a new home on bis lot corner of Front and Cherry streets, which will be ready for occu pancy In the spring. FOR SALE 80 acres black loam soil 1 1-2 miles from Bowling Green, O.,10 room house barn 45x60, well, pump, other out.bldgs., would make Ann dairy farm. Quick Bale. S130 per a. Four acres on macadamized street, soil black loam, tilled to perfection fine for building location and poultry farm. One-half aero, 7 room house, one and one-half blook from car line, fruit, gas; beautiful shade, etc. 46 acres 1$ miles north of Weston, good soil and buildings, S6000. Strictly modern 9 room house on Front Streetand car line, oak finished, gas, electric lights, fine river view, 51000 down gets it. 80 acres, 14 miles from Toledo, black sand loam, good house and barn, "partly fenced, 1-4 mile from new electric line. Would make a fine dairy farm. House of six rooms. Fair location. $600.00. Local agent for Michigan and Canada lands. ALFRED G. DIBERT, Real Estate Agent, PERRYSBURG, OHIO. Mr. B. II. Potter of Toledo, was (.ho guest of his sister, Mtr. Chas. Hanson, Sunday. Mrs. Asher DeMuth, of Hasklns, was the Tuesday guest of Mrs. 'Lowis Shipmun. -Mrs. David Iluluher was the Sunday guest of W. F. Spllker and wife. Mr. and Mrs. John Hufford, Mrs. Charles Bleckner, of Oak Harbor; Sheep 2to3i Raymond Baer, o Toledo, is tho guest of Carl Wellstad this week. WANTED-Hay, Timothy or a good mixture. WM. O. LEWIS. Mrs. Emma Hufford spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Clarissa Hufford. A. E. Wallace and family of Scotch Rldgd, spent Sunday with Chas. Roe and family. Miss Clara Spllker spent Tues- Miss Verna Bleckner, of Toledo and day with Mrs. Edith Shipman. Mr. Lano Pringle, of Toledo, were Dr. Todd of McComb, called on the Sunday guests of Mrs., Lydia E. Dr. Canfleld and family last Friday. ,' Union services will be held at Tho 11th triennial convention the Presbyterian church next Sun of tho Ohio Grand Council, C. M. B. ' day. Rev. Jackman, oi the Evan A., will be held at "The Breakers" I gellcal church, will preach. . at Cedar Point, September 3, 4 and 5. Geo. J. Munger will represent Br. 29 of this place at the convention, and F. J. Reis is the alternate. $ SERVICE $ $ tf Thnf tncrethar with the nimlltv nff the ifcf , a ., . tyX goods, is what you most desire when you T 'f make your purchases. Our service is unex- h celled any place in the town. ? ft.,,-, .r ,T . . & (PWt DUY YUUK FKUDUOtiai i& ;U and we will pay you the highest price lor it. Our ( stock ol groceries is large and always Iresh. We al (?) so have everything needed in lruit preserving. m w 1 SCHUSTER & SONS I (f (p. W Groceries & w, jn Miss -Marzella Simmons was the guest of friends and relatives in Watervlllo last week. For Sale Red, blue and yellow plums. Wm. Guthrie, corner 5th and Maple st. 25a Misses Gertrude Thornton and Irene La Farree are spending the "week at Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Eckel and daughter Marie spent Sunday after noon with Geo. Gutzweiler and family. Miss Julia Korn has returned to her home at Lima after a three weeks' visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Morse. Miss Llna Emch went to Reeds burg, Wisconsin, to spend a few weeks' vacation with her brother, Fred Emch. Mls3 Anna Beach had for her Tuesday guests Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hunt, of Cincinnati; Mrs. Nen delhall, of Dayton; Mrs. Shepler, of Toledo, and Mrs. McKnlght, of Perrysburg. Philip Wetzel, Geo. J. Munger, Adam Leydorf, Albert Reitzel and Jacob Schram attended the Demo cratic senatorial convention at Ot tawa, Ohio, last Friday. HHBk K $K m. .In ( n w rvx whw ii I B 'I Tf 111 iMES. tfo Miss Zelma Hall, of Toledo, and Miss Zelma Britten, of Perrysburg, were the Tuesday guests of Charles Frusher and family. Miss Irene La Farree and Miss Gertrude Thornton are spending their week of vacation at Lake side, O. Mrs. Wm. Grolla, Jr., and daughter Verna, of Dowllng, spent Tuesday afternoon with Wm. Grolla, Sr., and family. Mrs. Wm. Veitch had for her guests on Thursday last Mrs. (Dr.) Shepherd and daughter of Rochester, N. Y Mrs. Almendlnger of Toledo, and Mrs. Chas. Wallace. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Evangelical church, will meet at the home of Mrs: L. L. Thompson on Friday afternoon and evening, Au gust lGth. Doan's Regulets cure constipation, tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels. Aslc your druggist for them. 25 cents a box. Miss Genevieve Shiple is visit ing friends in Toledo. Miss Bertha Cranker was the over Sunday guest of Mrs. Howard Eggleston of East Toledo. Miss Anna Eckel Is spending a few days of this week with friends in Detroit. Mr. Allison Webb of Dayton, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. O. C. Webb and family. Miss Josephine Lindsay of To ledo, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lindsay, over Sunday. Mrs. M. L. Taylor will spend a few weeks at W. I. Taylor's home, near Croswell, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blue and Mrs. W. A. Finkbelner motored to Weston on Friday afternoon last. Mrs. Anna Bleckner of Oak Harbor, and Mrs. Clarissa Hufford, Mrs. Emma Hufford, Miss Emma Sfairer, Mrs. Llbble PringleVand Mrs. Jacob Pringle were the guests at a chicken dinner at the home of Mrs. Grace Pringle in the country last Thursday. TPHE line ot Merchant Tail 1 oring recommended by us. is the finest in America. It r defies all competition in point, T f O Q A T C ot price-of fabric range andA O J-i IL . beauty, in service Miss Mary Williams is visiting with relatives in the city. Charles and Bernie Rossbach left Tuesday for a week's visit at Bay City. Miss Kathryn Armstead of near Cincinnati, is visiting with Miss Ruby Cranker. Miss Jessie Cowles of Detroit, was the guest of Miss Edna Hartsing last week. Mr. Bosten Klmmer of Toledo, spent Sunday with Frank Hillabrand and family. Mrs. Chas. Hanson and son, Ward, enjoyed a boat ride "to Star island Saturday. Miss Geeting of Ann Arbor, Mich., will be the guest of Mrs. G. Holbrook next week. An old darkey who had quit the Methodists and joined the Episco pal church, was asked why he made the change. He said, "We Is moah odderly in de Piscopellers. We hab responsible readln's, an Roman canles on the altah an' we burn In sect powder." manship. range ind work- in every feature of CASTOR I A !or Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of G&&Z Farm, 77 acres, good house, large barn, cement floor in cattle stable, (RTnpnt. water trnnch. wind mill, cellar made-to-measure tailoring the une orchard. This farm has been used International stands supreme. as a d!li7 fiirm- Reasonable terms. We advocate and push Inter- ' ' national clothes because we 0ne, aore f lilnd, pfrur I rrnnrt linnsp. nam. shpds. fine fruit. firmly believe in their great! natural gas, city water in alley. Must junprinritv I be sold to settle an estate ?&& Buccesa lies in SAVING. You may have a salary of $10, 512, $15, 520 or 325 weekly, but if you Bave nothing then you stand in need of CASH. Make up your mind to be successful no matter what vour salary. SAVE one quarter of it weekly, place it with thia strong savings bank that com pounds the 4 per cent interest regu larly. Money to loan on iarms, first mort gage, or upon other approved securi ty. Depository of the U. b. The Perrysburg Banking Company l C. FULLER Fine brick house on Front Street, river view, natural gas, city water, new barn. Will sell at a bargain if taken soon. fvp A New Floor Matting At 30c the yard we are showing what is claimed to be one of the best of the many new things in fibre matting that has ever been produced. Far superior to straw matting and no more expensive. Have a look, its free. A. C. FULLER Four acres with good buildings, on stone road. All kinds of fruit and fine orchard. Mr. Clarence E. Holland and Miss Myra Stearns, of Toledo, spent j Sunday with Miss Llna Emch. One acre of land on Louisiana Ave. .,.. ..,m , , ' House, ban., and fine soil. Abargain. 'iiuaa -wiiia imuuiu aim ti.ioa Mable Snyder of North Baltimore, wero the-Monday and Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fuller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dreps, of Lansing, Mich., have- been spending the past two weeks with Mrs. Deps and daughter, Lena. Mrs. Mary Saddler and Mrs. Geo. Trowbridge and baby of Lime City, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Finch on Thursday of last week. The Y. P. B. will meet at the home of Miss Florence Heckler Tues day evening, the 20th, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance Is desired, as it is at this meeting that the dues are to be paid. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Michels of . B COOK, Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURQ, O. -For Sale About three or four !.,"" W"', .'&!& wV3K'35b.I?9K. .W..vJillliffiK..'j!V.v..' v .V W JV "W " Who Does Your tailoring? Beaver Dam, Miss Irene LeJeune thousand feet of rough oak lumber, and Mr. Harry.Ostrander of Maumee, Mrs. Florence Hardy, R. F. D. No. 2, are tho guestS of Mr. and Mrs. Pat- Perysburg. 25c rick Bowline, j r' Notice I can do 'all kinds of The W. C. T. U. will hold its hauling with one horse wagon, coal next regular meeting at the M. E. r wQoa" or rult, wlllle r have no church parlor Tuesday, August 20, at Painting to do. Phono GO White. 2:30 p. m. It will bo a meeting of Wm. Guthrlo, corner 5th and Maple importance and evory member 1ft streets. 25 particularly requested-to bo present. . We have secured the agency lor the City Tailors oi Chicago and are now prepared to take your order for suits. Prices ranging from $16 to 40. In order to introduce the goods we will sell these suits at a reduction oi 10 oercent ior cash untill t j'j September 1st, Cjj W. J. VEITCH. 1 P Mr. Roland Brown and Mr. Hugh Fergus have returned to. their homes In Pittsburg after sponding their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Ed mund Brown and family. A vast amount of ill health Is due to impaired digestion. When the stomach fails to perform its func tions properly the whole system be comes deranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They will strengthen your di gestion, invigorate your liver, and regulate your bowels, entirely doing away with that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Try it. Many others have been permanently cured why not you? For sale by all dealers. FOR SALE House and lot on Fourth St. $1000. Inquire of MRS. WM. WELLSTEAD. 23t Mrs. S. S. Guy of Sidney and E. C. Flinn and daughter Lenore of Tippecanoe are spending the week with Mrs. J. H. Fierce and family. J. Davis and family will leave for Jtockford, 111., on Monday, ex pfcting to visit relatives for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson, tho Misses Florence and Marie Neldhart of Toledo, spent Sunday with Robert Simmons and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Comstock left Monday evening for their home in St. Louis, Mo., after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Everltt Chapman. Mrs. Lydia E. Pringle has re turned home after spending the past four weeks with her sister, Mrs. Bleckner, of Oak Harbor. For Sale One.- top buggy, cheap for $12; one Turnbull farm wagon, with four now wheels, $25; 10 rods of.5-ft. wire fence for keep ing stock in; was uesd only 3 months $3.50. Wm. Guthrie, corner 5th and Maple. ' 25c 1XDIAN KILLED OX TRACK. Near Rocholle, 111., an Indian wont to sleep'On a railroad track and was killed by a fast express. Ho paid for his carelessness with his life. Often it's that way when people neglect One of our farmers went Into coughs and colds. JDon't risk your tho cow stable tho other night and life when prompt use of Dr. King's by mistake mixed up a nice mash in Now Discovery will euro them and so a boxfull of sawdust Instead of bran. I provont a dangerous throat or lung The cow merely supposing that tho trouble. "It completely cured me, hard times had come and tlioy were In a short time, of a terrible cough all going to economlzo, meekly ate that followed a severe attack of her supper and tho man never dis-j Grip," writes J. R. Watts, Floydada, covered his mistako until tho next Tox., "and I regained 15 pounds lu morning when he milked tho cow weight that X had lost." Quick, safo, and she let down a, half gallon of rollablo(and guaranteed.' 50c and terpentine, a quart of shoopegs and $1.00. 'Trial bottle free at C. P. a bundle of lath, Ex. Champuey'e. Mf Builder's Supplies $ We are Prepared to Supply BBS ill CEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS S W . . , . . . Vli in any rorm or size, or made to special order Jjj ) WASHED AND CRUSHED GRADED GRAVEL $ ti I) High Grade Washed Sand in any quantity WATER PROOF GRAVE VAULTS jj The Elks Builders Supply Co. Iiy Phone Blue 4,1 PERRYSBURG '.T.. Of m 4 aaiaaaaaaaaaaaa'