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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, October 10, 1913, Image 5

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CANDIES IN BULK
Good Quality At A Rea
sonable Price.
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30c Per Pound MJlhmaHo8.
Chocolate Caramels. a
'40c Per Pound -I Salted Peanuts. v
( A Good Bitter Sweet
, r t. j f Chocolate' Almonds.
60c Per Pound Jordan Almonda.
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A fine Peanut Bar at 1 c per cake. -Herahey's
Milk Chocolate, Almond Bar or
Cracker Jack at 5 cents. t
Everything in Johnstons Box Candies The
Spoon, also the Fork packages are very popular
just now. Price 60 cents.
CHAMPNEY'S, PHARMACY
"Goods of Quality."
Watch Our Windows.
Miss Denton of Sturgess, Mich.,
was the guest of Mrs. Dr. Barber this
week. .36
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sieling and
Mr. P. J. Pitson were guests at the
home of Mrs. Mary Schramm Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Whitson
wer J guests of Clarence Goodman and
family at Lime City Sunday.
The Misses Ila and Lottie Fink
and Mrs. Sheffler were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Simmons Sunday.
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The Lcyton is the latest collar
out. We have it.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Charles Roe and family spent
Monday with A. E. Wallace of Scotch
Ridge.
Mr. Martin Roe and wife of Mort
roeville are visiting his brother, Mr.
Charles Roe, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Fray Robertson and
son Merlin of Tontogany were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blue Monday,
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FEATHERS!! FEATHERS! 80c,
90c and $1.00 per pound.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Miss Eva P.Curtis of Marquette
was the guest of relatives in Perrys
burg last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .Clarence Wagoner
spent Sunday with Christ SpilkeY
and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Conde Lucas have
moved into Rev. Webster's Front
street residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutlede and Mrs.
Ruth Mercer of Bowling Green were
guests of Mrs. George Mercer Sunday.
Ask to see our $5.00 and ?G.50 ah
wool Blankets. -
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Mr. Ralph and Miss Marjorie
Wallace were week-end guests oi
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Roe. f
Funeral Director and Ehbalmer.
Tclcphono No. 1. rEIUtYSBUna, OUIO.
Cnlla prtfmptly nnawgrcil night or day. .
Miss Ila Eckel is visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Wm. Leahey, at Bays, O.
Mrs. McConaha spent last week
in Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Roose arc
visiting with W. II. Roose this week.
Mrs. Bernard Trudeau is the
guest of her daughter in Columbust
We handle GUARANTEED
HOSIERY, 0 pair for $1.50.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Miss Esther Leydorf was the
Sunday guest of Miss Bertha Ra'itz of
Toledo. ffi I feWiSl
Mr. and Mrs. Libben spent Sun
day at the homo of Christ, Spilkcr
and wife.
Grtrln,
PERRYSBURG MARKET
and
Produce, Cattle
Poultry.
Hogs,
HOUSE RENT FREE.
OLD FORT MEIGS FARM
of 52 acres
Five-room house, rent free, to small
family, or middle aged single woman.
For particulars enquire of E. L. BLUE.
Joseph Zeid'er of Toledo was the
Sunday guest of Joseph Rossbach and
family.
Master Harold Pelton of Bowling
Green was theigucst of Mr. and Mrs.
William Mill3 Sunday.
Mrs. L. S. Pear and Mrs. Flora
Back of Toledo were uests of Mrs
Lester Pear Sunday.
Don't forget your winter under
wear. The line is about complete
now. A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Miss Carrie and Mr. Emil Reitzcl
were guests of Henry Reitzel and
family on Sunday.
FOR SALE Hard coal, stove
very cheap. One light and one heavy
farm wagon. WM. GUTHRIE, 5th
and Maple Sts. 33a
Mr. Lester Carter and family and
Miss Lois Kazmaier were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. "John Kaz
maier, Sr.
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
tho'C. L. Middy Elevator Co.
No. arcil Wheat 8
No. 3 red wheat 8(5
No. a white wheat ..a 80
No. :t wliite wheat ... 81
Corn "1.00
Oats 39
Rye CO
PRODUCE
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
W. J. Ileslpv.
Egi?8 28
Butter SO
New Potatoes $1.00
uara 13
CATTLE AND HOGS 1
Corrected every Wednesday noon" by
Munger tsros.
Steers ...:. 03 to .07
Covss ". 03 to .05
Calves 00,to .104 1
Hogs 07i to.Orti
Lambs 05 to .00J
Hides 10
Tallow 04
POULTRY
Turkeys.. 10
Old ducks 124
Young ducks 11
Chickens . 121
Roosters .'. 00
Springers 14
JUST RECEIVED
A fresh supply of all kinds of staple Cereals
1 - i.... 1 1 11
Our Coffees are fresh from the Packers and
Roasters.
If you, have not used our 25 cent coffee you
should try it.
Don't forget we also carry a full line of Drugs
and Druggists Sundries.
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Phon.e Main 186.
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MENTOJl UNION SUITS for Mrs. F. A. Cook of Toledo spent
COMFORT. A. C. FULLER & SONS. Sunday with Mrs. E. Shellinger.
Mrs. W. , J. Veitch spent a 'few Mrs. C. A. Lucas is on the sick
days of last week in Toledo. list.
Mrs. Dan Kelly of WatcrviKe was WE'VE SWAMPED TOLEDO'S
a guest of Mrs. A. J. Witzler one day prices upon Sweater Coats. Ask
last week. us about it. A. C. FULLER & SONS.
I Ttr:tl t, 1,1 -?. E m nivnt? 4-s enif
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whitson spent !,.. 'p:C4- 1 n ,a niri
Sunday with Mr. Paul Tanner and . Maumee.
family.
Finest location on the Old
A. T. DEWLAND.
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Buy Your Winter Flour Now
BuyIt Where You Can Get It Cheapest
FLOUR 1-8 " 1-4 BbL
Wagoner's P-ide 65c $1.30 $5.20
Wagoner's Spring Wheat 65c $1.30 $5.20
Camp's Pansy 70c $1.40 $5.50
Pillsbury's Best 73c e $1.45 $5.65
Ceresota 73 c $1.45 $5.65
Pereless 70c $140 $5 50
Harter's A No. 1 68c $1.35 $5.35
F. JE2ZARD.
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JERSEYS, $1.00,
FULLER & SONS.
FOOTBALL
$1.50, $2.50. A. C,
Mrs. Fenton of Scotch Ridge was
a caller on Mrs, D. Main Sunday.
Mr. S. O. Marsh has been at
home for a few days.
Miss Anna Leydorf spent a Sun
day evening visit with Miss Gladys
Robinson of East Toledo.
Foil Sale -House and Loton East
Second Street. K. T. BARTON.
25tf.
Mrs. Erward Sampson and two
little daughters spent Saturday with
Mrs. W. P. Adamson.
FOR SALE House on West Sec
ont street. Inquire of Bennett Car
ter.
Mrs. Thomas McMann of Dctiote
is spending the week with Mrs. E.
Boff.
Miss Louise Hanson," with many
of her small friends enjoyed her "fiftn
birthday" party Saturday afternoon.
- Flannel Shirts a big line' at $1.00
and $1.50. Just in from the factory.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
George Trimmer of Toledo was a
Sunday guest of Ira Simmons and
family.
Mr. Albert Snyder of Toledo was
the guest of his cousin, Harry Snyder,
Sunday.
Miss Kuss and Miss Taxton of
Toledo were the Sunday guests of R.
Danz and family.
The Sunday guests of Ed Frusher
were Martin Roe of Monroeville,
Charles Roe and wife of this place,
Ralph and Marjorie Wallace of Scotch
Ridge, and John Dauer, wife and son
Orvi'.le.
FOR SALE.
Number 1 cider mill, feed grindei
and buckwheat grinder and saw millf
all in good shape; will be sold at a
bargain if taken at once.
25tft 28tf
A. T. DEWLAND.
Miss Julia and Miss Nellie Adams
left Tuesday for Cleveland to attend
the funeral of their father's sister.
Mis3 Jessie Main of Los Angeles
is spending the week at the Davul
Main home.
Mrs. Dilley of Pemberville was
the guest of Mrs. James Blinn Satur
day. Mrs. Ed Frusher will entertain the
M. E. Ladies' Aid Society of Dowling
Thursday.
Mr. Frank Williams and family of
Tontogany were the guests of George
Williams and family Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. M. II. Bowers has re
turned from a visit with relatives in
Stratford, Canada.
Miss Irene McKnight of Strat
ford, Ontario, is the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. M. H. Bowers.
George Lintner, accompanied by
his mother, were guests of John Lint
ner at Monclova last Sunday.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs.
Corwin Webb, Tuesday afternoon,
October 14. Every one cordially in
vited to attend.
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AL" TAILORING
List your property for sale or rent
with F. E. BOWERS, Perry sburg. 33d
Fall caps of no small consequence
$1.00 each.
A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Miss Starr Hallowell, accompanied
by her friend, Miss Nelson, were Sun
day guests at the home of Wm. Hal
lowell and wife. .
Mr. and Mrs. Amidcn, Mr. and
5 Irs. Geo. Dixon of Toledo, Mr. and
lis. F. M. Mercer, Mr. Chas. Mercer
and Mrs. Dr. Lydia McKendry of
Bowling Green and Mrs. Minnje King
were the Sunday guests of B. W. King
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Hcinline spent
Sunday in Toledo.
Mrs. W. II. Marquis of Newcastle,
Pa., and Mrs. J. P. Jones of Toledo
are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Caldwell.
Mrs. F. Snyder and daughters
Helen and Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Swartz and Miss Ada Snyder were
Sunday guests of Henry Swartz and
family of Stony Ridge.
A dollar deposited now will be the
acorn of your fortune. Just as surely
as you make the start the oak of finpn
oial independence will grow, provided
you are interested in making it grow.
Young men who spend all their money
as they make it will be surprised to
see how rapidly money will accumu
late once the saving habit is formed.
Now is the time to start resolve to
do it this pay day. ,
The Perrysburg. Banking
Company.
HBMHMIMH(HMaHBHMMn
FOR SALE.
Two double houses on Front street
One with all modern conveniences.
Inquire FRED HILLABRAND,
24tf or A. G. WILLIAMS.
Fit,
is renowned for it's superiorty of . .
Trimim
Style, Workmanship
ai
The Largest Wholesale Tailoring Concern In America.
A. C. FULLER & SONS, Agents.
" Mr. and Mis. C. II. Mclntyre and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reitzel, Mr.
baby drove oyer from Dundee, Mich., and Mrs. Irving Reitzel, Mr. and Mrs.
and spent a few days at the home of John Lintner and daughters, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hesley. They Ernest Leverton were Sunday guests
drove, over to Dundee on Sunday, ac- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Heoley. Reitzel.
, - gl Swell line of Ready Made Suits
1 111 now lur ?iu.uu, .piu.uu, 9.1.0. uu iinu
Doan's Regulets arc recommended
by many who say they operate eas
ily, without griping and without bad
after effects, 25c at all drug stores.
ewver a' "vMAv '.vc .v .
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WARNER'S CORSETS
Warner's Style Is Authorita- m
tion.
era .
t-Crf
To shape fashionably, to
fit comfortably, and' not
to rust, break or tear.
Ask tb see the new
Warner styles. We have
them from $1.00 up.
W. J. VEITCH
fiKOKKfiSS!
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Strehlen, Mi.
and Mrs. Wm. Cramer and Pauline
Shibroski enjoyed a family dinnei
with Paul Shibroski and family Sui.
day., ' Q
There is one man in Perrysburg
who is counting the days and con
sulting the weather map very regu
larly these days in calculating the
number of days until the season for
boating will close. Dr. Kinsley counts
that day lost that does not give hira
a few hours in his motor boat on the
river and if he could arrange the plan
there would be but few davs of winter.
FOR SALE!
?20.00. A. C. FULLER & SONS.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barger and
100 acre farm. Black Swamp,
Wood Co. Farm, good buildings.
42 acres, fine buildings, well tiled,
stone road, 10 acres iruit at a uarguni,
y
40 acres, miles east of Perrys
burg. Stone road.
120 acres, good soil, good build
ings at a bargain for some one.
Several pieces of property from
JA acre lO J.u uuius in i-unyauuiK """
vicinity.
M. B. OOOK
Roal Estate Agent, Perrysburg, 0,
150 acres, northeast of Delta. No,
soil, good buildings. At a bargain
price for quick sale.
50 acres close to car line, 3 miles to son have gone to Mount Gilead, Ohio,
Tnlprln pifv limitK. fair (S room house, where thpv have nurchasod a faim
iarn, other outbuildings anj wjii take ub rural life. Mr. Bai-
4 acres, C room house, good barn, fer j bf.en conductor on the Val-
other buildings, cellar, well, cistern, ley belt line for seveial yeais and
All kinds of fruit, city water. A fine one of the most coutteous and accom-
piece of property. modating men on the, line. They have
many friends here who regret the;.
4 acres, close to car line. 4 room departure, but wish .them success in
liouse, good cellar, barn, well, etc. A their new kcation.
bargain - -
Good 10 room 2 story frame on
Front st. Cellar, barn, fruit, stone
walks, etc.
Good 6 r"oom house, 2 lots, fair lo
cation. Low price for quick sale.
4 room house, good cistern, coal
shed, etc. Fair location.
House, 5 rooms, gas, good well,
cistern, fruit. Other outbuildings.
Good location.
Good G room, newly, built, frame
house on Front St. Fine river view,
A bargain if taken soon.
7 room house, cood lot. close to car
line, good well and cistern, coal shed,
shade, ir4Utlgietc.
Farms in United States.
Cuba. Canada and Mexico.
Call and see me in anything
in real estate and insurance.
' , A. G. DIBERT,
x Perrysburg. Ohio.
Whep ou are starting your
hard and solt coal bnrners, it
is essential that you have fire
insurance. We will be pleas
ed to quote you rates.
Geo, J. Munger
General Insurance
Pnoue Main 50 Res. Phone Black 55
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GROCERIES
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We carry a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Smoked Meats and Fish.
Give us a trial
We sell the Signal Brand f ysters. Shipment re
ceived every Friday direct from Baltimore.
8 HESLEY GROCERY
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