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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
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This year's assortment comes irom the
largest valentine house in the world, As their
house is so large we can offer to the girls and
boys a much prettier and larger v.alentine than
They are all made from the latest and most
beautiful designs and we sell them at ic, 2c, 3,
5C 10c, 15c, 20c, 30c, 35c, 40$, -50c, 60c, 65c, 75,
80c, 90c, Si. 25 and $1.50 Come early and get
your choice" ,
Until April first we close at 7:30 excepting
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"Goods of Quality."
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Telephone No. 1. rERRYSBURG, OHIO.
Cnlls promptly answered night or tiny.
Mr. George Hirth of Toledo was
in Perrysburg Monday on business.
Mrs.. C. A. Bucas was hostess at
n family houso party for the week
Mr. Clement Iloosc has recently
returned from a trip through the
Mr. F. M. Snyder and family of
Swanton visited with Mr. J. W. Sny
der and familjlast week.
Mrs. Fulton Mercer of Bowling
Green was the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Bert King, on Sunday.
Concrete mixer, gasoline engine,
derrick, team of fine horses, wagons,
and other contractor's tools. Enquire
C. H. Berlekamp, Perrysburg, Ohio.
E. J. Spilker and wife and Ches
ter Byrne and wife spent Sunday
with J. F. Byrne and wife
FOR SALE -Houso and lot, Sec
ond street, corner of Maple st., $1500.
Call on James Carter, Second St. 4otf
For Sale 2-horse Tiffin wagon,
with box, top and 4-inch tires. En
quire Journal Office. 51a
Watches and Clocks carefully
repaired. Work guaranteed
O. LAMONT, Second street,
Boy's white wool Sweaters. Were
$1.50 are now 8oc.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Mrs. Frank Rider is visiting
friends in Bucyrus.
Mr. Wolcott.of Maumee was a
caller in Perrysburg Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollenbeck
entertained callers from Toledo Sun
day. Mr. Joe Kiel of Detroit visited
relatives in Perrysburg the first of
Mr. Charles Johnson has rented
the Root property and will move his
Miss Marjorie Wallace of Scotch
Ridcro snent a few days with her
grandparents, Charles Roe and fam-
For Sale White Plymouth Rock
Cockerels, ?3.00. Extra fine birds from
prize-winning pen at United States
Agricultural egg-laying contest. Win.
G. Lewis, Lewis Manor Farms.
Mrs. B. Trombley, who under
went an operation at the Bowers hos-
pital last week, is sufficiently recov
ered to be able to be removed to her
home on Fifth street.
Work shirts above par in excel
lence. 285 of these and twice as many
coming all 50c.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
House and one acre, mostly fruit,
10 acres, 2i miles from Perrysburg
between Avenue and Smith stone
roads, good soil. "
20 acres, good soil, 2J miles from
Perrysburpr, l mile from Western Re
40 acres black sand loam farm,
5 miles from Maumee on stone
road, good buildings; at a bargain
If taken soon.
So acres, 4t miles from Maumee,
good buildings, stono ruad, blank sand
loam, good location.
10 acres, good soil, new house, new
barn, artesian well. Good location.
M. B COOK,
Real Estate Agent PERRYSbURQ, O.
FOR SALE Fine farms and
other property. Address Mrs. J, Mc
Keever, Howell, Mich.,-Box 5G2. 4Cf
Thirty more new pieces of Ameri
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Mrs. George Lethercr is conva
lescent after an illness of several
Mrs. Henry 'Richter of Toledo was
the guest of Mrs. Josephine Cranker
Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Rossford
were recent guests of relatives in
Miss Daisy Schaumleoffel was the
week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Conley at North Baltimore.
Millard Davenport left Monday
for the west, where he will visit rel
atives at Laramie and Pueblo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Goeke at their country home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waffle had for
their guests on Saturday Mrs. Raid
win and Mrs. R. Phillips of Maumee.
Mr. Will Emch of Lavale, Wis
consin, was ' the guest of his sister,
Miss Lina Emch. while enrouto
through the South.
Mr. Roy Frusher and Misses Ma
bel and Edna Frusher and Edith Ship
man called on Miss Mildred Frusher
Sunday afternoon at the C. M. Cham
Piano, Violin and Orchestra
Hour and Half Hour Lessons
European Method. 49f
The following named teachers of
the village attended the quarterly in
stitute at Pemberville last Saturday:
Hazel Coberly, Lillian Drach, Ola
Hartshorn, Anna Roethor, Bertha
Hillebrand and Supt. D. A. Haylor.
Frank Lusher will install a new
one and one half horse power gaso
lin engine and combined pump and
power washer, having placed his order
with C. F. Rider Monday. O) F.
Broka has also purchased a similar
engine, and Clarence- Goodman has
added a power feed grinder to his
equipment. Also purchased of C. F.
Mrs. Wilson Sweet was delight
fully surprised on Friday evening of
last week when a party of friends
called at her home and proceeded to
have a good time. The principal fea
ture of the evening was the character
costumes worn by the ladies, which
afforded much amusement At a late
hour refreshments were served. Those
present were Mesdames William
Charles, Robert Stickles, John Koons,
Charles Muir, I. C. Durham, JVilliam
Slatter, D. Van Hellen, Herbert Hein
lein, Haven Wolf, Ed Thornton, Chas.
Hanson, Lottie Marshall, F. Nobles,
B. Thornton, H. Hegamaster, Martie
and Miss Mary Franey. "
Accounts with all, no matter in what
station of life you may be. S1.00 is
sufficient to start a savings account
with the Perrysburg Banking Com
pany and it earns -i per cent interest.
We have every reason to believe you
will enjoy banking with us and ap
preciate the benefits that will accrue
by having a saving? account to back
you in times when you will feel the
need of money. Cultivate the savings
habit now by opening that account
The Perrysburg Banking
Mrs. W. M. Tracy of Toledo was
the gnest of her brother, Mr. F. Bow
ers. Mrs. Mary Krduss of Toledo, was
the week end guest of Mrs. John
Mrs. John Koons spent several
days of last week with her daughters
in Bowling Green.
Found Pair of gloves. Owner
call at Journal, prove property, pay 15
cents and take gloves.
Mrs. Mary Krauss of Toledo,
visited relatives and friends in Per
rysburg, the first of the week.
Mrs. Jarius Curtis, who has been
very ill for the past few weeks, is
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schwind, and
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. .'Burns were Sun
day guests of Mrs. V. S. Schwind.
Itchinir niles nrovoke profanity, but
profanity won't remove them. Doan's
Ointment is recommended for itching,!
bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at
any drug store.
Miss Dorothy Watson entertained
Miss Addie Shipman and Miss Blanch
Whitmore at G o'clock dinner Tuesday
Miss Nina Higby of Toledo, Miss
Isador Foster of Cygnet and Mr. Earl
Marshall were guests at the home of
Mr. Harry Thomas and family Friday
S. T. PHILLIPS.
VIOLINS FOR SALE.
The entertainment given by the
members. of the Queen Esther Society
at the M. E. church on Friday even
ing of last week proved to be one of
the most pleasing and unique affairs
given by that society since their or
ganization, showing much careful
preparation. Clever portrayals of
their respective roles were given in
the "Trip by Airship' and also "The
Search for Happiness." The cantata,
"The Ten Virgins," was well rendered,
making a very pleasing song picture.
Notwithstanding the unfavorable
weather, there was a good attendance.
The wintry mornings set the heart on
We handle the best New York
Buckwheat Flour the real stuff.
Our 25c Bulk Coffee
These Cakes and Coffee make life a supreme joy
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles,
Highest in Quality, Lowest in Price
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Miss Bertha Cranker called on
friends' the first of the week.
New Knox shapes in men's
derbies. Just in.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Miss Elizabeth Hanner was the
week end guest of Mr. James McCar
lcy and family in Toledo.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the M. E. Church will hold a Quar
terly Tea in the parlors of the church
Wednesday afternon, February 19. A
patriotic program will be given. A
cordial welcome extended to all.
Wanted Boy for general work in
store. D. C. WHITEHEAD.
Mr. Frank Fuller and family
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell
at Monclova the first of the Wek.
Mrs. C. R. Rosenmailer of Luck
ey, spent last week with Mr. Frank
Andregg and wife.
Mrs. W. P. Adamson spent a
part of last week, in Toledo, the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. W.
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Prices on these Garments are
Certainly Inviting and
We have a good stock to pick
THE LAST CHANCE
To Get Good Overcoats So Cheap
The White Automatic) -ft-0 - j ,
Sewing Machine f 1913 Model
For which Agents are charging you $70
Can be purchased of Witzler for $35
All other makes of machines- at equally
A. J. WITZLER.
Miss Bessie Baird iB visiting rel
atives in Weston.
Mrs. Ei, L. Blue visited Mrs. C.
B. Saxby in Weskon on Wednesday.
Lost. Ladies gold hunting case
watch. Reward offered for return of
same to Journal Ofllce. 51a
Found. Tires in Wood County.
Same may be claimed by identification.
Enquire at Journal Ofllce. 51c
Wanted Plain sewing to 'do at
my home. Mr&. Frank Wescott, Pine
and Fourth streets, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Mrs. Henretta Haney, aged 8J
years died at her home near Dow ling
on Monday from the infirmities of old
age. The funeral services were held
Thursday at Dowling.
Mrs. George Berger and son Ed
ward of EaBt Toledo were guests this
week at the home of E. J. Spilker and
Mr. Dauid Snyder, three miles
east of Dowling, was completely sur
prised Feb. s, he being 4o years old
that day. His wife lnyited in a
number of his neighbors and friends
to celebrate the date. The following
people enjoyed the evening with him,
bis aged father, Adam Snyder, Chas.
Keller and wife, G. F, Snyder and
wife and son Leo, Adelbert Snyder
and wife and daughter Zelda, E. J.
Spilker and wife. Henry Gross and
wife, George Swartz and wife, Fred
Snyder and wife, Fred Kurfoss,; Sam
uel Snyder, David Snyder and wife,
and Shelton, 11a, Dorthy Snyder. An y
Oyster supper and general good time
REPORT OF PERRYSBURG BANKING CO.
We can actually save you $4.00, $5.00 or $6.00
on every garment.
Don't deprive yourself of such a necessity as an
overcoat on account of price. We'll see
that the price is low enough.
200 Coats To Go Real Quick.
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1 Special Sale On Ginghams
Fine Zephyr andTissue Ginghams
New Percales, Madras Shirting, White
Pique Cotton Poplin and Voile from-13 1-2
to 35 cents per yard.
New Embroideries in beautiful patterns
in narrow and wide widths from 10 to 50
cents a yard..
W. J. VEITCH
A. C. Fuller Si Sons
A party of friends with well-1 The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.
filled baskets gathcrdd at the home of E. church will hold their next regular
Mrs. Andrew Kazmaier and greatly ; meeting in the parlors of the church,
surprised her, the occasion being her , Friday afternoon, February 14. The
birthdav anniversary. All reported a hostesses will be Mesdames Holbrook,
fine time. Those present were: rs.
fine time. Those present were: Mrs.
Christ Zaenger, Mrs. Fred Goeke,
Mrs. George Kazmaier, Mrs. William
Kazmaier, Jr., Mrs. William Kaz
maier, Sr., Mrs. Charles Grushaber,
Mrs. Nellie Math, Mrs. Joseph Nch
bauer, Mrs: Charles Schaller, Mrs.
Frank Ruebensal and son, Mrs. J.
Byrne, Mrs. Steve Schaller, Mrs.
Chester Byrne, Mrs. Charles Crusa
and son, Mrs,ClarAes Wcidner, Mrs.
Fred Kopp, Mrs. Myron Carter, Miss
Elma and Marie kopp, and Gus Kaz
maier. One way to relievo habitual consti
pation is to take regularly a mild lax
ative. Dpan'a Regulots are recom
mended for this purpose. 25c a box at
Yenger, Thomas and Trumpey,
Misses Marjorie Wallace and
Edith Shipman were .Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace in
Bowling Green and attended the tab
Report of the condition of The Perrysburg Banking Company at Perrys
burg, in the State of Ohio, at the close of business Feb. 4, 1018.
Loans on real estate $120,481 05
Loans on collateral 25,630.64
Other loans and discounts 64,703.85
State, county and municipal bonds not included in reserve 2,000.00
Other bonds and securities 760.00
Banking houso ana lot and fixtures 11,600.00
Due from reserve banks $ 30,072.31
Exchanges for clearing house 427.10
Gold coin : 262.60
Silver dollars and fractional coin 720.89
U. S. and Nutlonal Bank notes .'. 2,9911.00
Capital stock paid in - $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund , 4,600.00
Undivided profits less expenses, interest and taxes paid 1,300.00
Dividends Unpaid 00.00
Public funds L $ 2,870 87
Individual deposits subject to check...... . , 80,345.60
Time certificates of deposit , 123,330,00
Savings deposits 02,315.40
Tptal deposits $227,771. 80
I, T. M. Franey, cashier of the above named Perrysburg Banking Com
pany, do soltmnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief,
State of Ohio, county of Wood, subscribed and sworn to before me this
8th day of Feb., 1013.
MAURICE COOK, Notary Public.
Wood County, Ohio
psmTXT BAKER. AND HR-3&5&
Ho may be President. That is the proud priviledgo of every American born boy. But wether or no, ho- fe your
son and photographs that preservo his boyhood aud youth will mean everything to you in after years.
What he means to you now, lie will also mean to others some day, and the little collection "Ben at various sgea"
will.be a priceless treasure for generations to come. . " t
Make the appointment today.
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