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PLAY BALL
The season is here and so are the BASE
BALL GOODS. OUR line of SPALDING goods
this year is the largest we have ever shown,
Gloves, Mitts, Balls and Bats.
We particularly want to call your atten
tion to the BATS, Large Handles and Small
Tapering Handles to suit every fancy.
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS.
NICHOLAS J. KYLL
Tree Spraying done
First Rate Work.
Scientific Forestry
General Lawn and Garden "Work.
Perrysburg, O. Phone Black, 29.
Very soon we may expect to
hear the voice of the small boy
shouting "so-o-o d-J-e-p." lie's
already yetting symptoms.
Mr. II. P. Robertson is spend
ing this week in Chicago.
Mrs. Walter Perry visited her
mother in Toledo Saturday.
Mr. Will Meyers of LeMoyne,
visited Mrs. Anna Struble Sun
day. Sundny afternoon a jitney
buss from Toledo filled with chil
dren motored out to Mr. A.
Warns' for an outing.
Use Almo for washing. Saves labor and cleanses the clothes.
ALMO
What ALMO will do -Cleans Carpets, Rugs, Matting,
Draperies and Clothing of all kinds. Takes out Ink,
Grease and Paint Spots. Restores the Material to its
natural color. Price 50c and $1.00.
Special on Saturday
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar - G5c
25 lbs. " " ... l.GO
1-S Sack Pansy, Pecrlesr, Ilarters A 1, Wagoners
Pride Hour $1.00
Will Close at 8 o'clock p. m. Except Saturday.
F. JEZZARD
Miss Marjorie McGinnis was
the Sunday guest of Dr. II.
Eoether and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoals
and baby were dinner guests at
the home of Mrs. Kathcrine Ncllis
Thursday.
Mrs. Ulrich Warns, Mrs. Fred
Walfe, the Misses Katie and Anna
Warns spent Monday in Toledo.
Mrs. Wm. II. Roose is visit
ing her daughter Miss Gertrude,
who is attending college in Nash
ville, Tenn.
FOR THE BEST
In fresh, salted and smoked meats and all of the relishes
and condiments that "go with them," there is no better
place than the old reliable house.
Thirty-six years at the same location.
You should try us for Heinz goods we have a full line.
FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY
MUNGER BROS
UNION DELIVERY
Phone Main 50
"QUALITY FIRST"
Established 1879
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Stories of Success
GEORGE PEABODY
low ebb.
Bomo men watt
for favorblo
clrcumstnncos,
but aoorBcPoa
body mado cir
cumstances fav
orable. Ho was
a savor and had
lnvostod his
monoy wisely,
so In tho pan
icky days of
JS37, when tho
business of tho
country was
Firostratcd, and
I'r credit at a
ho was ablo to como to tho
rcscuo and abato tho" crisis by buy-
Inc American uonus irooiy. ins sim
ilar deeds of philanthropy and pa
triotism at homo and In England en
larged with tho growth of his for-
tunc. Ho gavo over a million dol
lars to tho Poabody Instltuto at
Baltimore, and erected an Industrial
Homo for tho London poor costing;
two and a half millions. Tho habit
of saving lils money was tho secrot
of his success. Every man has a,
futuro, successful or otherwise, and
the making Is In his own hands.
Tho Important thing Is the start:
putting away for tho futuro a part
of tho savings of today. A savings
account Is a great holpor, and all
yon need Is a dollar to malco tho be
ginning. The Perrysburg Banking
Company
DO YOU ATTEND CHURCH?
Mrs. Fred Griss and son spent
last week in Toledo.
Mrs. Jerry Kerfess spent Sun
day with Mrs. Frank Kerfess.
Mr. Geo. DeVerna and family
spent Saturday afternoon in To
ledo. ' Mrs. B. Trudeau is in Colum
bus visiting her daughter Mrs. C.
Pisor.
Mr. L. Shipman and family
visited relatives in Monclova last
week.
Mrs. S. Pence of Toledo, spent
Sunday with Mrs. J. Blinn and
family.
Mrs. J. (. Leatherman of Syl
vania,' visited 'with Mrs. II. Curtis
Monday.
Mr. Joe Curtis and family had
as their guest Sunday Mrs. Kath
crine Nellis.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Berning,
son Reed, and daughter Beatrice,
visited Mr. Charles Britton and
family Sunday.
Mr. Donald Finkbeiner has
returned to Ann Arbor after
spending his vacation with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fink
beiner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gallier of
Bowling Green, Mr. Elmer Meek
er and Mr. Jno. Wieland of To
ledo, were guests of Mrs. D. Meek
er Sunday.
Mr. and Mi's. Charles Lober
and son, Miss Emma and Miss
Clara Lober were Sunday after
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kopp and family.
The Dorcas Society of the
First Presbyterian church held a
most delightful all day meeting
at the home of Mrs. Wm. II.
Pheley Wednesday.
Mr. Harry B. Baumgardner
and Miss Mary Hilda Wolfe were
married Saturday evening at
seven thirty at tho home of the
bride in Preble county.
The five reasons why you should,
given here Inst week, were meant
to be nil inclusive.
Can you think of nny reason not
included?
DR. PHELEY WOULD BE GLAD
TO KNOW.
NOTE THIS: Among the more
thnn forty million people attending
church in the United States, you
will find the lnrgcst per cent of the
most desirable, most esteemed and
most influential people of our na
tion. A SIGNIFICANT PACT, SURELY
THINK ABOUT IT.
LOOK AT IT MORE IN DETAIL
Those forty million comprise the
largest per cent of the noblest
fathers and mothers, of the truest,
ablest statesmen and governmental
officials, of the most prominent and
trustworthy men and women in all
honorable professions, of the lead
ing bankers, merchants, farmers
and manufacturers, as well as the
largest number of the most indus
trious and efficient workmen in all
departments of labor.
Look in any direction of achieve
ment for the botterment of man
kind and you will discover that the
greatest proportion of the men and
women, producing constructive re
sults, are among the millions who
attend church with more or less
regularity.
First
Presbyterian
Church
Rev. W. H. Pheley,
Minister.
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FOR THAT SUNDAY DINNER.
LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH
Lettuce, Celery, Onions, Radishes Cabbage,
Rhubarb, Pineapples, Bananas,
Grape Fruit, Oranges, Strawberries .
Try Our Wilson Cakes 9f
ANY KIND. By the Pound VK
We will deliver your order for drugs and medicines
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Phone Main 186
FvFPr
B. O'REILLY
Gent's Tailoring
Perrysburg,
Phone Blue 33
Ohio
Piano Tuning
This is the time to have your
piano tuned.
Itefinishing, rcstringing and re
pairing. All work guaranteed.
RALPH C. OHLS
AlAIN STREET
Phone . . . White 139
Miss Celia Christman -was
the guest of Miss Frances Cald
well Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Iluft'ord
and daughters Hazel and Helen,
spent Sunday with Mr. A. Reitz
and family.
Col. E. J. Kingshury's oldest
friends are hardly ahle to recog
nize him since he was struck by a
recent cyclone.
Money and Home Industry
Money circulating back and forth
thru the town means prosperity for
the town. Money spent for ready
made clothes goes elsewhere. Mon
ey spent at this shop stays in town.
Patronize your neighbor and keep
the money circulating at home.
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing.
Alterations and Repairing a Specialty
MILTON MLADENUS
Tailor and Gleaner
206 Main Street, Perrysburg, O.
Phone Red 102.
Mrs. Lydia Ilennan took din
ner with Mrs. Emma Hufford
Wednesday.
Mr. E. R. Richards of Cleve
land, called on Mr. A. "Warns
last Thursday.
Mr. Chas. Rossbach and Mar
cellus Hoffman spent Saturday at
vAim Arbor, Mich.
Mrs. K. Nellis spent a few
clays cf last week with Mrs. Wm.
Sheplar of Toledo.
Mr. Jno. Lindsay 'and wife
Were week-end guests of Mr. J. B.
Lindsay and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Coutourier
are the proud parents of a baby
boy, who arrived at their home
April 13.
Mr. Dan Bradfield and grand
son DeWitt, of Pemberville, made
a business trip to Perrysburg
Tuesday.
Mr. George F. Kerfis, Miss
Mary E. Davis were married Wed
nesday evening, April 13, tit the
Methodist parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wag
ner of East LeMoyne, spent Sun
day "with Mrs. Wagner's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Spilker.
Mr. Albert Dower and wife,
Miss Anna Dower of Haskins,
took dinner Sunday with Mr.
Frank Andregg and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Parks,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Einmert and
children Avere guests of Mr. Del
Simmons and family Sunday.
Mr. Charles Shimmin of
North Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Goodyear and children of Bloom
dale, motored to Perrysburg Sun
day and visited with Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Shimmin.
FOR RENT 6 room cottage
on Indiana Ave. Enquire of HAR
RY THORNTON. 7b
FOR SALE Our Poland
China sow and eight pigs. E. L.
TOWNSEND. 7c
Mr. Geo. Wagner and family
of Toledo, called on friends in
Stony Ridge Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Antonc Warns
called on Mr. Joe Herman of Le
Moyne, Sunday evening.
Mrs. Anna Ilirsch of Ross
ford, called on her sister Mrs.
George Becker, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sately of To
ledo, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Shoemaker.
Mrs. Wm. Brenner and sons
of Toledo, spent a few days with
Mrs. C. Hanson last week.
Mrs. A. C. Roach and daugh
ter of Bowling Green, were Sun
day guests of Mrs. M. Bates.
Rev. John Born of Story
Ridge, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Struble of Luckey, last week.
Mr. and Min Fred Greu
shaber had as their guests Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Pfiester.
Miss Esther Schlcct was the
over Sunday guest of her sister
Mrs. Wm. Hoffman, in Toledo.
Mr. J. W. Snyder spent Sun
day at Grand Rapids, O., with his
sister Mrs. John Strayer.
Fon Sam: Used motorcycle.
Dr. LOUIS SHIPMAN. 9a
Wanted to buy second hand
top-buggy. Must be cheap and in
good shape.
Otf NICHOLAS J. KYLL.
Mr. A. J. Witzler and family,
Mr. B. Trudeau and Miss Dorcas
Wetzel motored to Napoleon Sun
day. LOST Fraternity pin, Dia
mond shape with full name on back.
Finder will receive reward on return
to either owner or Journal office.
Mr. D. Simmons and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Libben
motored to Brhdner Sunday
where they visited Mrs. Simmons'
mother Mrs. Julia Mears.
Miss Maime Rogers of Toledo,
visited tho Junior exercises at the
Presbyterian church Sunday aft
ernoon. Miss Rogers is junior
president of Toledo C. E. Society.
AT PUBLIC SERVICE.
Standard Bred Trotting Horse,
Glen Eager. Dr. LOUIS CHAP
MAN, Perrysburg, O., P. O. Bpx
127. 9b
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Phone Main 20
Phone Main 20
Call and get a free Sample ot Cream Coin Starch
Heinz Goods 57 Varieties Buy them Here.
SEED POTATOES Early Rose, Carmon and
Rural New Yorkers
Try Uncle Sam's
Noodles, Macaroni and Spaghetti
"The cleanly kind"
FRESH VEGETABLES AND CANNED GOODS. 1
A R. Williams & Son j
Union Delivery Phono, Main 2D ; ;
Remember the time, 7:45 and 10 a. m., 2 and 4 p. m. ;
4mJ..4i.4.4..4..4.4.4..i..i14.4.4..4.4...4...44...4m1m..i
Miss Florence Tuting of To-1
ledo, and Miss Dorothy Swan of
visited relatives in Perrysburg
Sunday.
Watch for the coming and
swat for the ending of the first
flies A swat in time saves many
millions.
Dr. Clarence E. Shipman
spent a few days with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shipman, last
week. Dr. Shipman will make his
luture home in Columbiana, O.
FOR SALE A fine lot of
new crop renovated duck and
geese feathers for pillows or bed
ding. Prices are right. Phone
Main 50. MUNGER BROS.
Dyspepsia is America's c'urse. To
restore digestion, normal weight, good
health and purify the blood, use Bur
dock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug
stores. Price $1.00. Adv.
Free Literature Describing the
Great California Expositions
Write at once to this Bureau for literature descriptive of tho
great Panama-Pacific International Exposition, which opened in
San Francisco on February 20, and tho great Panama-California
Exposition now open at San Diego.
This Bureau is prepared to supply complete information in re
gard to railroad rates, hotel accommodations, interesting side trips
and reliable, authentic, unbiased information about any section of
tho great Pacific Coast country.
Send us twenty cents in stamps and wo will send you book de
scribing tho Panama-Pacific International Exposition, book de
scribing tho Panama-California Exposition, a map of California
and a samplo copy of Sunset Magazine, tho great Pacific Coast
national magazine, containing beautiful pictures of tho Exposition.
Tho regular prico of tho mngazino is twenty cents per copy. Address
SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francisco, Calif?
The Wind Storm (FOR SALE!
SeaSOn IS at hand GO-acre Farm Sandy 'loam, 1
story frame house, barn, different
kinds of fruit, 2 miles from Mon-
1 ne Wise person protects session can bo given at once.
Two New Modern Houses every
thing in first-class shape, good cellars,
hardwood floors, city water, soft
water for baths, lift pumps. They
both must be seen to bo appreciated.
100 Acres Considered ono of the
best farms in Wood County. Fine
buildings, everything first class, good
stono rond, near Lime City, at a bar
gain. 7 Acres Good house, barn and sev
eral small buildings, 100 fruit trees,
grapes and different kinds of small
fruit, Vi miles from Perrysburg.
Possession can bo- given immediately.
M. B. COOK
tomX Xitfttt Ajpnt, Parxysburg, 0.
-Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chapman
Bowling Green, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Corn-stock.
WANTED District Manager
for Perrysburg and surrounding
territory; good proposition for the
right man previous experience un
necessary. Free school of instruc
tion. Address MASSACHUSETTS
BONDING AND INSURANCE
COMPANY, Accident and Health
Department, Saginaw, Michigan.
Capital $2,000,000.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Bears the
Signature
UNCLAIMED LETTERS.
C. C. ShanabuyerjM. N.Shafer;
Chas. Swigart Clifton P. Taylor;
John Ulmer; Chas. Webb.
Stomach Trouble Cured.
Mrs, II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes: "For some time I suffered
from stomach trouble. I would have
sour stomach and feel bloated after
eating. Nothing benefited me until I
got Chamberlain's Tablets. After tak
ing two bottles of them I was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
FARE $592
his property with a Tornado1
and Wind Storm Poliuy.
The cost is so low no one can
afford to go unprotected.
Let me tell you about it.
Geo. J Munger
General Insurance
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