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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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A Beautiful Skin
can not be kept beautiful this time oi year unless
given a little attentfon.
tfj $222 -Cream of Almonds used occasionly will
ihi keeo vour skin soft and satiny.
It is a pleasure to use it, it is so soothing, healing
and so quickly .taken up by the skin.
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Mr. Pilliod, oE Toledo, called
on Mr. A. Warns, Monday .
Henry Trnftcs and family
have moved to Perrysburg from
Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. V7i II. Marqnis
wore the guests of Mrs. B. 'W.
Caldwell last Aveelc.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Pargellis bave
returned from a delightful 10
weeks' trip to California.
Mrs. Lottie Schramm and Miss
Lulu Pfister were Sunday evening
callers at the F. Greushaber home.
Mr. .Joe Kellermier and son,
Frederick, took dinner Sunday
with Mr. Max LaFarree and fain-51.V.
Mr. Elmer Meeker and son
David visited Mrs. Meeker Sun
day. Squire Cook was a business
caller in Bowling Green on Mon
day. Mrs. Louis Schramm was the
guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Alva llumm, Sunday.
Miss Lillian Brokre, of Ypsi
lanti, was home last week on a
few days' vacation.
Mr. R. It. MacLaclilan left
Monday for a days visit with bis
parents at Milan, Michigan.
Mr. Elsworth Pinch, Mr.
Floyd Finch and Mr. Russell
Croft, of Bowling Green, called on
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Finch, Sunday.
Mr. A. M. Smith left Satur
day for a business trip to Chicago,
Illinois.
Miss Helen Klosc, of Defiance,
was the Sunday guest at the T.
Inneman home.
Ben Ilur Entertainers, Hih
Sejiool Auditorium, November
11th, 8 p. m. Admission 35c.
Mrs. Jewel Ilannon Dilnol, of
Cleveland, visited Miss Lela IIol
lenbeck, Monday.
Mr. Geo. Mills visited his
daughter, Mrs. Clias. Cook, of To
ledo, for a few days last week.
The Annual Bazaar of the
Presbyterian church will be held
on Wednesday, December 9th,
1914, at the church, for one night
only.
B. O'REILLY
dent's Tailoring
Perrysburg, Ohio.
Phone- Blue 33.
PERRYSBURG MARKET!
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
the C. L. Maddy Elevator Co.
No. 2 red wheat , 1.05
No, 3 red wheat 1.03
No. 2 white wheat , 1.03
No. 3 white wheat 1.01
Ear Corn 1.00
Oats s ., .10
Rye GO
PRODUCE
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
W. .1. Ileslev.
Eggs 32
Butter - .27
Aew rounoea - -4u
Lard 12
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Hunger Bros.
Steers 03 to .071
Cows 03 to .05
Calves 0"i to .10
Hogs 07to.07l
Lambs 1.. .00 to .07
Hides 10
Tallow .04
POULTRY
Turkeys 18
Young Chickens 11
Old Chickens 10
Old Roosters OS
JUST RECEIVED
A SHIPMENT OF
Opy Baked Beans, Apple Butler
1 ldil, Mustard and Pickles.
CHEF-Corn and Peas, This years pack.
New Raisins, Currants, Dates and Figs.
CHARCOAL FOR SALE ,
NEW YORK STATE APPLES $2.50 per bbl.
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Phone Main 186.
Miss Brown has returned
from a month's visit in Louisville,
Kentucky.
Fon Sale Some choice male
thorough-bred O. I. C. pigs. W.
C. CHAMBERS, River Rond.36b
Argo Starch per pkg.
10 Bars Air Ship Soap
8 Bars Lenox Soap
Can Peas
Can Corn
1 lb. Bulk Coffee -
5c or G pkgs. 25c
- . - - 25c
25c
- 10c or 3 for 25c
10c or 3 for 25c
-, 20c
And success is bound to result
thereby. You exercise sound judg
ment when you open an account
with The Perrysburg Banking Co.
A financial backing will keep you
in the right path when times are
hard. It is easy to increase your
account, once you get the habit of
making weekly deposits. The Per
rysburg Banking Company receives
deposits of $1.00 and up allowing
thereby interest at the rate of 4
compounded semiannually.
The Perrysburg Banking
Company.
INNISPRAE POULTRY FARM
Frances B. Woodlief
Fancy Milk Fed Broilers and
Fryers.
Perrysburg, O.
Phone Main 129
Mr. Geo. Hoaglnnd, of lias- Mr. Skinner, of Toledo, was
kins, spent Sunday with his daugh- the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
ter, Airs. JJr. Cannula. Alva llumm.
Mr. J. B. Lewis, of Cincinnati, ! Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bnughman
wns the guest of Miss Aleva Ford, of Toledo, were Sunday guests of
a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Guilder.
Mrs. Sandwisch and Mrs. M. '
Underbill took dinner Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Carter.
ChicALax
A FINE ASSORTMENT 5 & 10 CENT GOODS.
io lbs. SUGAR for 60 CENTS.
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F. JEZZARD.
A perfect digestive.
It "Lax" nothing. The
most pleasing Medicated
Gum ever used.
For sale at
C. P. Champney's
Your Grandchildren
Will Talk About
this coming Thanksgiving Day years from now.
It will go down in history as America's greatest
Thanksgiving.
For this November 26th we celebrate America's
peace While the rest of the world sorrows.
But will you, have something personal, some
thing intimate to be thankful for something
' you can remember with gladness in years ahead?
Say, for instance, a new suit of Royal Tailored-to-your-measurc
clothes built to your prder
at the delightful price of $16 to S35.
The tape line is ready for you. The suit) will bo
. ready for" Thanksgiving Delivery.
MILTON MLADENUS
Authorized local agent for Royal Taylors in Perrysburg.
I do all kinds oi cleaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing.
Mr. August Ballard and Mr.
Oscar Hanson, of Toledo, were
Sunday dinner guests at the A.
Reitz home.
Mrs. Amelia Conrad was the
week-end guest of Mrs. Stocking,
of Toledo.
Miss Myrtle Frantz, of Perrys
burg, visited at John Lintner s
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Sandwisch, of Fremont,
has been spending the last week
with her sister, Mrs. M. Under
bill. Ladies' Aid of M. E. church
will serve a chicken supper Friday,
Nov.. 6, in the church parlors, from
5 :30 p. m. 3Gb
Miss Margaret Caldwell was
the guest of Prof. II. E. Riggs, of
Ann Arbor, during the Festival
there.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, of
Brooklyn, Michigan, were the
week-end guests of Mr. Geo. De-
Verna and family.
Mr. Harry Thomas left last
Thursday for Fredonia, Kansas,
where he will be cmplpyed for the
next five or six months at the
glass factory there.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kale and
family, of Toledo, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eckel,
Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arm-
hruster and family spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Swartz.
Almost a dozeh clergymen as
sited the Pastor in the Forty
Hours' Devotion services last
week at St. Roses' Church. The
Manager M. U. Jarrett was in
Columbus the latter part of last
week on business for his company.
Masters Vcrn and Ivan Smith
spent a few days last week with
their grandmother, Mrs. Amelia
Conrad.
Six months of your life is
lost if you do not hear and see the
Ben Ilur entertainers, November
11th, Perrysburg High School
Auditorium.
Announcement of a wedding
for Thanksgiving Day hqs been
made. Mr. Wygant Haas and
edifice was beautifully decorated Miss Mildred Thornton will be the
and over 500 members took part happy couple. The ceremony to
in the different services. take place in St. Rose's Church.
Fresh Oysters
Lakeside Oyster Crackers
Folgers
FRESH SAUSAGES
SMOKED MEATS
Sweet Cider for sale every
week at J. C. Jenssen's, Cherry
street. 20c per gal., per bbl, or
25c per single gallon. 30tf
Rev. Baumgnrdner was at
Monclova last Tuesday evening
and spoke in the town hall on the
temperance issue.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Libben and
two children and Mrs. Stearns
were Sunday dinner guests at the
D. Simmons home.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Pfister,
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Thaiss and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Greushaber.
After experimenting in farm
ing down in Georgia, Win. Hazel
returned home last week with his
family, stating there is no place
like old Wood County.
Theodore Turuquist, the noted
tenor and dramatic reader with
the Ben Ilur entertainers, Novem
ber 11th at Auditorium should
have a large, enthusiastic audi
ence. You are going, are you not?
CALF MEAL
Phone Main 10
HAY AND STRAW
Prompt Delivery
G. F. HOFFMANN
Mr. Val Schwind, Jr. and
family, Mr. Edward Schwind and
Mrs. Ed. Eckel visited with Mr.
Val Schwind, Sr., and wife Sun
day evening.
Mr. Henry Morlock and
family, of Dunbridge, and Mrs.
Ida Morlock nlotored'to this place
and were the Sunday guests of
Henry Long and family.
Miss Margaret Caldwell ac
companied a party of friends from
Monroe, Michigan, to Ann Arbor,
where she attended the Pre-musi-cal
Festival last week.
M. B. Cook, real estate agent
reports the sale of. the Charles E.
Allen property on Front street to
Jacob Boissard, of Prairie Depot,
who will remodel the house and
move his family to Perrysburg.
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THESE COLD DAYS
REMIND, US THAT WINTER IS NEAR
Mr. Clemice Herman, wife and
daughter Margaret, of Woodville
attended the reformation sermon
at St. John's Lutheran at LeMoyne
and spent Sunday atternoon witn
Rev. Borne.
Harsh' physics react, weaken the
bowels, will lead to chronic constipa
tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily.
25c a box at all stores.
BIG CLUBBING OFFER
Good Only Until November 30.
Dispatch Cigars
Contain the finest tobac
co that soil can produce.
5 cents.
AUF
or
The Journal offers a remarkable
clubbing offer as follows:
Toledo Daily Blade
Farm & Homo
Successful Poultry Journal
Gentlewoman
Perrysburg Journal
It's the biggest offer ever made in
this locality and holds good until
Nov. 30 only.
Call or write to
THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
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Rev. Baumgardner delivered
an open air address on the wet and
dry question Saturday evening on
the street to a. large audience of
our citizens. It was said to be
the most convincing of any argu
ments given in our village meetings.
Don't forget the Ben Ilur
Singers and Players with the P. C.
A. Entertainment Course at the
High School Auditorium, Novem
ber 11th, at 8 p. m. Remaining
five entertainments, $1.25. Single
admissions, 35c. Children under
12 years, 15c.
NEW HOME FOR SALE.
New house, modern, 6 rooms and
bath, 2 rooms and bath upstairs,
hot and cold water, built-in bullet,
finished floors, furnace, cement
walks, new shed, electric lights,
shades and city water. This can
be bought on easy terms. Price
right. W. A. Limmer, Perrysburg,
Ohio. 37tf
How about your supply of Underwear, Hose,
Sweaters, Outing Flannel, Gloves and Mittens,
Hoods, Auto Caps, Iniants Jackets, Bootees, Leggins.
Also Rubbers, Arties, Rubber Boots, Alaskas.
We have a large stock.
GIVE US A CALL.
W. J. VEITCH
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FOR SALE!
A now modern house everything in
first class shape cellar, hardwood
floors, furnace, city water, soft water
for bath, lift pumps. Must bo seen to
be appreciated. Price $4,000.00.
House apd three lots one-half block
from Front street, near car lino;
would make u fine poultry farm.
Prko $2,200.
A nice four-room cottage on Third
street, corner lot; a bargain at ?050.
40 aero farm, sandy loam, two-story
frame house, barn. 50 apple trees and
sovoral different kinds of fruit, VA
miles from Monclova, Lucas county;
a bargain at $100 per aero. Terms
can bo arranged.
78 acre farm at Lime City, .about 45
acres good tilablo land, balance stono
and pasturago land. Fine location;
will bo sold at a bargain.
M. B. 000K
9mX JkUta AfWrt, Fmyflburfj, 0,
Protect yourself a
gainst a possible Fire
loss by insuring with
Geo- J Munger
General Insurance
None but reliable, sub
stantial honorable com
panies represented.
Pnono Main B0 Res. Phono Black 55
50 ACRES OP LAND
Close to the river road, between
Rossford and Perrysburg. Posses
sion given in March, 1915.
Btf A. T. DEWLAND.
Mrs. C. II. Van Norman enter
tained at dinner Sunday the fol
lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Bourdeau, of Toledo, Mi Maurice
Bourdeau, of Cleveland, Mr. and.
Mrs. L. F. Heckler, Mrs. Cramn,
of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
Van Norman".
About 250 members of St.
Rose's Parish marched in a body
to the Parish cemetery last Sun
day afternoon. . Memorial services
were held with the Pastor leading
in the ritual and the graves of the
departed relatives were visited and
prayers recited.
Mr. Henry Limmer, wife and
son Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kazmaier, son Floyd and daugh
ters Hilda and Erma, Mr. and
Mrs. Bartenslager, who motored
from Dundee, Michigan, were
guests of Mr. ,T. AV. Snyder and
wife, Sunday.
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NICHOLAS J. KYLL
Logs for fireplace and stove wond
for sale. Well seasoned.
Scientific Forrestry
General Lawn and Garden Work.
Perrysburg, O. Plione-Blue 57
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15c Bosket
10c lb.
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A Barrel of New York State Pure Sweet Cider
New York Concord, Salem and Niagara Grapes
California Malaga Grapes
Now pack of Corn and Peas
3 cans 25c
Folgers Fresh nnd'Smoked Meats
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FRESH OYSTERS .
Direct from Baltimoro every Friday

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