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flafrriwynliiitiW-rDmii iim wrTT.irnViT?BriririitniiiaiiiirrwaiMWiin;iiriiirirwinBMi -"'' '""' Jr'1 -"JiTl '!! iifnti'iiV- -' .--1"-'- i-VU. ,-d. SS TH PEftftYflflUftQ JoUrNAL, V It ' o M V& VV5S50 V"V v" WM"V V"" V'V f'';-.! xiss? ,"'. vymN? t2jo WC-5v In a great measure you x are judged by the station- n ery you use. Get it of us and there will be no crit- p icism. Our BOX STATION- ERY is of fine quality, and K i oh so cheap in price. Let o us show it to you.. 8 CHAMPNEY'S PHARMACY "Goods of Quality." Percy Thomas vlsltbd' friends tn Toledo Sunday. For Snlo Two good elder bar rels. Inquire of Mrs. David Hatcher. Mrs. Cranker and Mrs. C. A. Hampton Bpent Friday with Mrs. Frank Urle, of Toledo. Will Pratt, wlfo and baby and Miss Nora Pratt, of Toledo, were Sunday guests of Mrs. W. H. Pratt. Miss Maud Hasting Is very 111 at tho home of her parents at Rose Cottage Mr. Chas. Halllday, of Toledo, spent Sunday at Rose Cottage, the guest of M4 J. W. Hasting and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tyrrell, of Ionia, Mich., who have been visiting J. Croft and family returned home Tuesday. Mrs, Utikestraw, of Wnttohouso, Vlsltod Mrs. Wm. AdantBon, Friday. Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Sholl, of Lime City woro week end guests of Mrs. K. Nollls. Mr. J. Adamson returned from Day City, Mich., whore ho has been visiting for somo tlmo. Mrs. Mary Hollman has re turned from a two weeks visit with her nelco, Mrs. Kathryn Smith, of Chicago. Mrs. B. H. King and son Frank, of independence. Kan., woro guests of Mr. Robert Parglllls and family last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Mr. ami Mrs. L. Fisher and children, of Tole do, wore Sunday guests pf Mr. and Mrs. Adamson. PERRYSBURQ MARKET Prices quoted on Wednesday even ing, subject to fluctuations of markofc. qrain. v Ra Wheat 1.00 Whito Wboat 08o Oaw 30c Corn, per owt 1.10 PRODUOK Corrected each week by Schuster & Son Uuttor - ' 2f Eges 21 POULTRY. Prices quoted by Mungor Bros. Itooi-tcrs old live, 0 Chickens, old 10 12 ChlcKons, llvo, spring J3 to 15 Chlckons, droBecd 12 to 13 Turkey?, llvo i 15 Geese, live 10 Ducks, live 10 LIVE STOCK Cattlo 31 to 7 Cnlves live 7 t 8 4 Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, of Bloom- Calves Dressed 11 to 13 dale, Miss Cora Ramage. of Marion, Rocs. llvo - 0J to Si O., wore weok end guests of Mr. and Hogs Dressed ... 8i to 0J Mrs. B. J. Webster. lLambs 4j to 51 I Simon 9. t.nili fllinn Tln.nii nP. UUUDi 4-U11LMV, Ul Mr. and Mrs Ossoo, Mich., and Mr. Allison Webb, of Dayton, wjll bo the week end guests of Mrs. C. Webb and family. Miss Ada Cook, of Lima spent a couple of weeks with Mrs. M. B. Cook and other relatives. Misses Ruby Cranker and Besslo Thompson, Messrs. Karl Thompson WANTED Straw at tho Mi ten on d Hilton Maddy enjoyed six o'clock oll an(1 Wescott paper mill, Maumeo. dinner at tho homo of W. E. Thomp- 2Gd son on Saturday. ' Miss Bessie Thompson, of De- Judge Frank A. Baldwin and trolt, returned to her homo after a sisters, Miss Lou Baldwin and Mrs. visit Wlth the family of W. E. F. M. Pennington, of Bowling Green, Thompson. were guests oi xuiss i.ate xoung, Sunday. I SERVICE That, together with the quality of the jfjt goods, is what you most desire when you M( make your purchases. Our service is unex- lii :!i celled any, place in the town. $ k WE BUY YOUR PRODUCE $ ' nnrl iu twill ntiit trrvn flm M1iont -:- i :. r.... m jU and we will pay you the highest price ior it. Our fax stock of groceries is large and always lresh. We al (?) so have everything needed in fruit preserving. Hi Hi Hi Hi SCHUSTER & SONS HI rocenes J)) Mrs. Park Decker, of Toledo, spent Frank Galpin, of Hasklns gave a week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox. the Journal a pleasant call Monday. Mrs. Robert Hlllabrand and son Robert left Monday for Pontlac, to visit relatives. They were accom panied as far as Detroit by Mrs. Fred Hlllabrand and Mrs. Mary Hell man who while there called at the Herkimer home. i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wet::, of To- Mrs. Cullen, of Texas, Is visiting ' . , , , , IU", l"i"i nuiiuuy wiin iur. aim mrs. wun j. t. (Jarlln and wife. Herbert Comstock, of Cincinnati, Chas. Braun. and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chapman Harold Hill, of Bucyrus, was tho were guests of Wm. Comstock and Russel Hartsing and Miss guest of his parents on Wednesday wife Tuesday. . j Gladys Trudeau spent Sunday with Miss Edna Hartsing. Miss Stella Shlpmnn, of Toledo. -The Missionary Society of tho . M. B. Church held their regular i -Mr. meeting, at the home of Mrs. Walter ., "V SYntL ,, t twin, ,'.iY , Pnrrv. wo.inp.rinv nftAHinnn. , daughter blolsc spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dunham Simmons. was tho guest of her brother, Lowls nud Mrs. Fred Luebbln and Shipman, Saturday. Perry, Wednesday afternoon. THE BEST LINE OF TRUNKS AND GRIPS That we've ever had can be seen right now. Brass trimmed, duck covered, steel bottom $5.00 Hand Bags trom 8 in. to 24 in. long $0.60 to $2.75 Suit Cases, Reed or Spanish leather $1.50 to 5 00 Genuine leather hand bags. Black or tan $6.00 Money In The Bank Protects Wife And Babies. Are Yours Insured Against Possible Loss of Posi tion or Health? FOR SALE! One aero of land, good buildings, and plenty of fruit. At a bargain. Vacant lot on Front Street, lino lo cation. A bargain for some one If taken soon. Houso and four lots on Main street. Uood location. Will sell at a bargain to settle an estate. House and lot in Bowling Green for sale or will exchange for Perrysburg property. 2 to 3 ncres preferred. 77 acre farm. Good buildings, wind mill, cooling house, cellar, cement water trough, good soil and on stone road. Terms reasonable. M. B COOK, Real Estato Agent PERRYSBURQ, O. Miss Mary Franey returned Sat urday from a two weoks visit with friends In St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Wm. Tracy, Mrs. W. W. Harris of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs, Free man Bowers, Dr. Merlin Bowers and wife, wore dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Bowers on Friday of last week. A lazy liver leads to chronic dys pepsia and constipation weakens the whole system. Doan's Regulets (25 cents per box) correct tho liver, tone the stomqeh, cure constipation. Miss Clara Ward who spent the summer at Sugar Island has returned home. Miss Amy HIrth, of Toledo, visited at the home of David Main last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rider are en tertaining Mr. and Mrs. George Breed of Detroit. Miss Dorothy Shoemaker, of Dunbridge, spent Sunday with Miss Jessie Spllker. Mr. Thomas Morrison and sister Elizabeth were Sunday guests of Wm. Mills and family. Florence Louise Churchill, of Texas, was tho guest of Mrs. I. S. Bowers Wednesdny. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Graham, of Danbrldge were Sunday guests of Mrs. Virginia Graham. Miss Elizabeth Strain, of Colum bus Grove spent several days of tho past week at tho Ward home. Mrs. Ed Churchill left Saturday for Weston where she will visit her parents before returning to her homo in Texas. Mrs. Thomas Frusher, of Perrys burg, and daughter, Mrs. W. R. Tay lor, of Crosswell, Mich., are spending the week at St. Louis, Mich. dHByur- i'L 4SEbsF When you spend your entire income are you thinking of wife and children? Think what might happen to them if you should be sick. Perhaps some of the lannly will be sick and you will need money badly. Save systematically a little of your earnlngt eveiy week and you will be surprised to see your bank account grow. We pay 4 percent interest in our Savings Pass Books and compound it every 0 mouths. The Perrysburg Banking Company Harry and Clarence Shipman re turned home Friday after snondlnc Just Think of it, a nobby lit" le tho summer In Wisconsin, gents suit worth $4,00 for jd OS. Will uks Clara Dibbling, or Lima, prove it to you. Call at Fullers and visited Lober Brothers near Hobart ask the boys about it. Friday. FOR SALE 80 acres black loam, li miles from Bowling Green, 10 room houso wilh collar, large barn, silo. A No 1. dairy farm. 80 acres 14 miles north of Toledo, 7 room house, hiproof barn, well, other out buildings, mile to electric line. 90 per acre. 92 acres black loam, l.V miles to market, good buildings and on electric line out of Toledo, oats run 70 bushels per acre. Price S125 per acre. 60 acres ii miles from Wauseon, mixed soil, 7 room house, collar and fur nace, barns 30 x -10 and 21 x 18, goob water supply. Price S7000. Several poultry, fruit and truck farms from J acre up to 13 acres with and without buildings. Comeaud look over my lists. Also houses and lots. Local agent for Michigan and Cancda lands. ALFRED G. DIBERT, Real Estate Agent, PERRYSBURG, OHIO. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signaturo of &&0$ The Implicit confidence that 'many, peoplo havo In Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is founded on their experience in tho use of that romedy and their knowl edge of tho many remarkable cures of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that It has effected. For salo by all dealers. Woodrow Wilson was born in Vir- General P. C. Hayes and Mrs. glnla but he was incorporated In Hayes, of Jollet, 111., are guests of New Jersey. C. F. Chapman and family. The General is an army comrade of Mr. THE MEN WHO SUCCEED Chapman and they are enjoying re- as heads of large enterprises are men counting the events of the days that of great energy. Success, today, de- tried nien's souls and bound them mands health. To all is to fail. It's together as comrades with a tie that utter .folly for a man to endure a can never be broken. weak, run-down, half-alive condi-, tlon when Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet in short' An -article that has real merit order. "Four bottles did mo more should in time become popular. That real good than any other medicine I such is the cas0 with Chamberlain's ever took," writes Chas. B. AHen.'Syl- Cough Remedy has been attested by vanla, Ga. "After years of suffering mtlny dealers. Hero Is one of them, with rheumatism, liver trouble, stom- H- W. Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind ach disorders, and deranged kidneys, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem I am again, thanks to Electric Bitters, edy is tho best for coughs, colds and sound and well." Try them. Only croup, and. Is my best seller." For 50 cents at C. P. Champneys. sal uy a11 dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts spent 4-Sunday In Bowling Green. Geo. J. Munger was a business caller in Bowling Green last Friday. Mr. Emery Young, of Bowling Green, was the Sunday guest of Har lan Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. D. Whitehead vis ited with Mrs. Scibort in Toledo Sun day. Rev. Lowry's Sunday School class held their annual picnic at the Roose home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCasin spent Sunday with Lewis Brickman and family of Findlay. Mrs. Catherine Rhoda has re turned to Union City, Ind and re sumed her school work for tho year. REPORT OF PERRYSBURG BANKING CO. .v A - tm Sfc. rs. t ;. jf. tfWIX W'"iV &"& "W Vi 'WW "W W V VV""2 BkN- ? 4sL. j&ffc. JVu .JSf JV V)JMAJlrwK4. rfVTw!wVC.5w rE take great pleasure in inviting you to call at our store on 1 W1 Monday and -Tuesday September 16th and 17th A representative oi THE CITY TAILORS o! Chi cago will be here with over 200 patterns of Fine Woolens in the piece, from which we ask you to make your selection for your new Fall Suit or Overcoat' Fit and workmanship guaranteed, You will find it to your interest to call and have your measure taken. I W. J. VEITCH. P y m Miss Efllo Johnson is spending the week in Michigan. Our old friend Finney Riser, of Toledo, calledon Perrysburg friends Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Skinner, of Auburn dale visited with Mrs. A. R, Bruco, Monday. Wm. Dibllng attended the C. M. B. A. convention at Cedar Point last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Moran, guests of John Croft and family, left for Davenport, Iowa, Thursday. Mrs. D. Hatcher attonded tho funeral of Mrs. J. Ridenbaugh at Dowling last week. Bryan and Debs both testify that the bull moose platform overhangb its property line. "Casey Jones" took his "Beautiful 'Doll" "Down by The Old Mill Stream" while "Alexanders Ragtime Band" played "Meet Me To-night in Dreamland." Jones wore a suit of International made-to-measure cloth es because "Every Body's Doin' It Now." Iteport of the condition of The Perrysburg Banking Company at Perrys burg, In the State of Ohio, at tho close of business Sept. A, 1012. RESOURCES. Loans on real estate $101,088 85 Loans on collateral 32,327.vs Other loans and discounts 52,8(10,51) Overdrafts 10 00 State, county and municipal bonds not included in reservo 2,000,00 Other bonds and securities 750.00 Banking house ana lot 11,500.00 Cash items 20 05 Due from reserve banks , $ 59,058.83 Exchanges for clearing house 400.35 Gold coin 517.50 Silver dollars and fractional coin :U5.0l U. S. and National Bank notes 3,710.00 $ 04,007 00 "" $200,181.0(1 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 25,000 00 Surplus fund ....'. 3 500.00 Undivided profits less expenses, interest and taxes paid 2,222,02 Dividends unpaid -...". 3,00 Public funds $ 0.472 08 Individual deposits subject to check 33,053.1 1 Time certiilcates of deposit 133,548,00 Savings deposits 5,734,20 Total deposits ..$235,400.01 $200,131.08 I, T, M, Franey, cashier of the above named Porrysburg Banking Com pany, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. T. M. FllANEY State of Ohio, county of Wood, subscribed and sworn to bpforo mo this 0th day of Sept., 1012. . MAU1U0E COOK. Notary Public. Wood County, Ohio GET IN LINE BOYS IF YOU WANT A Suit Tailore d 1 st. Because they're reliable in quality. 2d. Because they're reliable in style. Up-to-the minute, yet safe and sane. 3d. Reliable in price. No fire sale values. 4-tli. Reliably advertised. 5th. Reliability in the policy of the house that makes them. No broken promises. No de lays in delivery. No disapointments. . FULLER Retailer of International Clothes. Biggest House In America. k v?