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jf Look to us for the $
Uraauaraig r resents $
Viz A Waterman, Conklin or Rexall Self-Filling (ft
iJ Fountain Pen.
Jf; A Box of Symphony Lawn Stationery, or Cor-
jl'f respondence Cards
A pretty bottle of Good Toilet Water.
A Kodak or Brownie Camera.
A nice Brush and Comb.
A Shumate Razor.
A box of Liggetts or Johnson's Fine Candy.
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS. jjj
Mr. Jno. Warns, Mr. B. M.
Warns and wife and daughter
Anna, spent Thursday with friends
in Toledo. They attended morn-
FOR SALE Two portnblc
chick hovers. WM. UTIIOFF.
Miss Bess Baird visited rela
tives in Bowling Green last week.
FOR SALE Ladies' Gcndron
biyclc. VIOLET KAZMAIER. 13a
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Terry
and baby spent Saturday in Toledo.
Mr. Donald Finkbeincr, of
Ann Arbor, was the week end
guest of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Schneider
took dinner Sunday with Mr. Jno.
Goeke and family.
Miss Florence Beckler, of
Delta, was the week-end guest of
Miss Gladys Thurlby.
Mrs. Jack Say, of Toledo, was
the guest of her brother, Mr. J.
Mrs. K. Nellis was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sholl of Lime wCity.
Mrs. Frederick Griss and Mrs.
John Amon, Jr., visited relatives
in Toledo, last week.
Rev. W. II. Pholcy, Minister.
ing services at Trinity.
NICHOLAS J. KYLL
Tree Spraying done
First Rate Work
General Lawn and Garden Work
Perrysburg, O. Phone Black, 29.
FOR SALE China kiln. In
quire Mrs. B. Kinsley. lltf
Tomato plants, early, medium
early, and late. Pepper, cabbage
and celery plants 'at Hartshorn's.
Mayor Brown of naskins,
called on Village Clerk J. W.
Lyon for the purpose of ascertain
ing the method adopted by Perrys
burg in oiling streets.
1 pkg. Raisins 10c; 1 pkg. Currants 10c; 1 Can Corn 8c;
1 Can Peas 8c; 1 Can Libbys or Pet Milk 5c, or 7 for 25c;
1 lb Choice Coffee 20c; 10 Bars Polo Soap 25c; 8 Bars Lenox
Soap 25c; 7 Bars Acme Soap 55c.
25c pkg. Rolled Oats 20c; 1-8 bbl. Camp's Pansy, Harter's
A 1 or Wagoner's Pride S1.00; 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar G5c;
25 lbs. Granulated Sugar S1.02.
Let a single dollar be the acorn
of your fortune if you cannot start
with more. Deposit the first dollar
in the bank and add a little to it
each week. You will become inter
ested in its growth and in time you
will have a fund that will enable
you to embrace business opportu
nities when they come.
We help the fortune grow by
paying 4 per cent, compounding
the interest every six months on
Savings Pass Books.
The Perrysburg Banking
The Men's Organized Bible Class
tins become one of the greatest in
stitutions in the religious life of our
day, and is doing a mighty work in
advancing the brotherhood of man
in all directions thai make for their
The object of our organization as
expressed in the constitution, is "to
cultivate Bible study, develop
Christian brotherhood and social
fellowship among men."
The membership conditions arc
broad enough to admit all self-respecting
men. The constitution
says: "All men, whether members
of the church or not, in harmony
with the object of the class, desir
ing to promote the same and will
subscribe to the constitution may
There arc no dues, except that an
offering is taken at the Sunday
Bible class meetings.
We invite all men to visit our
class next Sunday at 9:30. Come
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Good Goods in Groceries
BEST QUALITY IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES
We will deliver your drugs or medicine free.
A good Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner is assured il
the Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables are bought here
We have a Coffee that can't be beat ior the price
and our Wilson Cakes are delicious. Try 'em.
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Phone Main 186
Mrs. Chas. Parker and Mrs.
Win. Stebel, of. Luckey, were Sun
day guests of Mrs. C. A. Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller and
daughters, of Walbridge, were
callers at the Laing home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henning,
of Stony Ridge, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Curtis Sunday afternoon.
Miss Amelia Weigner and
neice, visited Mrs. Val Schwind,
Jr., and family last Friday afternoon.
Phone Blue 33
FOR A QUICK MEAL:
A Good Steak or Chop, a Can of Campbell's
Soup, Heinz' Spaghetti or Baked
Beans, a bottle of Chef Olives.
WE HAVE THEH
All Fresh, no Old or Shopworn Goods.
Let us have your Phone Order.
Anything in Condiments or Relishes.
FRESH FISH EVEEY FRIDAY
Phone Main 60 Established 1879
Miss Martha Lewis of East
Toledo, was the guest of Miss Lulu
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Whitson
jwere Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Mandle.
Mrs. J. Laney, of North Bal
timore, was the Sunday guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Moser.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van
Woriner and daughter, of Toledo,
visited Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Metzger
and daughter, Marie, of Luckey;
Mr. and Mrs. John Stauffer, of
Perrysburg; Mr. H. A. Page and
Miss Lena Heide, of Toledo, took
Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Heide, of Stony Ridge.
Miss Maime Rogers, of To
ledo, called on Mrs. Frank Fuller,
Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. Laing and children vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. Brand,
in Lucas County, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Knerr and
family, of Rossford, visited C.
Knerr and family Sunday.
Mr. Wm. H. Roose visited
Miss Marian and Mr. George
Roose at Oberliu last week.
The W. C. T. U. will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
with Mrs. Robert Pargellis.
Mr. Jay Lashuay, of Weston,
was the guest of his cousin, Mrs.
L. Shipman and family, Friday.
Mrs. Chas. L. Muddy spent
Monday in Toledo.
-Mrs. Lottie Marshall spent
Monday in Toledo.
-The school enumeration for
1915 totals 61G pupils.
Mrs. K. Nellis spent Monday
with friends in Toledo.
-Mrs. Ed. Curtis called on Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Pitson.
Mrs. R. Ansbach spent Tues
day with Mrs. Frederick Griss.
Miss Florence E. Moore, of
Cleveland, was the week-end guest
of her sister, Mrs. L. A. Porter.
Mrs. Thomas Frusher visited
Mrs. C. Roe and grand-daughter,
Edith, Wednesday of last week.
Mr. Frank Lintncr and wife,
of Lime City, Mr. Jno. Lintncr and
wife, spent Sunday in Monelova.
Mr. Hilton Maddy, of O. S. U.,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Maddy, for a few days last
Col. E. L. Kingsbury and Geo.
J. Hunger enjoyed the Commerce
Club banquet in Toledo Holiday
Mr. Alexander Thomas of
Columbus, spent a few days of last
week with Mr. Antone Warns and
Mr. Wm. Hoffman and family,
Mr. H. A. Booat and family were
Sunday guests of Mrs. J. G. Hoffman.
Mr. Val Klegg and family,
Mr. D. Moore and family, of To
ledo, called on Mr. and Mrs. Reitz
and family Sunday.
Miss Emma Rossbach spent
Wednesday in Custar. She was
accompanied home by her aunt,
Mrs. Caroline Dicn.
Miss Nellie Adams was called
to Sorrento, Florida, on account of
the serious illness of her brother
Charles G. Adams.
Miss Cora Knerr is visiting in
Mrs. F. C. Ebcrly went to
Lakeside on Monday for a brief
Mr. E. E. Sapn. of Montne-
licr, is building a home in the
Mr. Geo. Halloway of Elyria,
is spending a few days with Mr.
Dr. Spencer of Bowling
Green, called on friends at Lime
Mrs. Ed Curtis attended the
Burdan demonstration in Toledo
When baby suffers with croup, apply
and give Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at
once. Safe for children. A little goes
a long way. 25c and GOc. At all drug
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Griener
were the over-Sunday guests of
Mrs. I. J. Finn, of East Toledo.
Dr. W. H. Pheley, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, has re
turned from a brief vacation visit
to eastern cities.
Mrs. Lawrence Gregory of
Bay City, Mich., was the guest of
her parents Dr. and Mrs. John J.
Barber, last week.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Lockwood,
of Hudson, Mich., were over-Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Dr. S. L. Shepperd of Minne
apolis, Minn., is the guest of rela
tives in Perrysburg this week and
is enjoying a visit with his little
daughter June Wallace,' whose
grandmother and best friend, Mrs.
Charles Wallace, is seriously ill
in the Bowers hospital.
FOR RENT House on Indi
ana Ave., near wheel factory.
Inquire of GEO. SHIDER, Phone
Blue 147: 12b
Don't forget Decoration Day,
which falls on Sunday, May 30,
but will be observed on Honday,
Hay 31, with the usual exercises
as shown by the program pub
lished in a recent issue of the
Journal. Everybody should par
ticipatc in the ceremonies.
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HAVE THE DANDY AUTO
FOR LADIES 50c
Come in and see them.
l3 Auto Caps for Men, 50 cents.
Tennis Shoes White or Black.
Summer Dress Goods from 50 cents up.
j Well made Summer Dresses for $1.00.
P;3 Patronize Your Home Stores. On many things you can
y do better than in the city.
g Come in and see our Stock and get Prices.
S W. J. VEITCH
Large Cuban Pineapples.
NOW THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST
Get Prices on Crate or Dozen
We have all the Goods in Label Saving Contest.
G. F. HOFFMANN
Phone Main 10 Union Delivery
Mrs. J. G. Lcthcrman and
family, of Sylvania, called on Mrs.
Harriett Curtis and family, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Curtis and family, of
Mrs. Mary Frusher spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Kazmaier and family.
FOR RENT Separate front
part of Taneyhill place; 4 large
rooms, 3 closets and pantry; front
and side porches, cistern, well and
garden, .$8.00. Quiet, small family
preferred. NICHOLAS J. KYLL.
Why buy a Vacuum Cleaner,
when you can rent a first-class elec
tric Vacuum Cleaner at SI a day
of the Valley Light & Power Co.,
which any lady can operate with
Order Bulbs now for fall delivery.
Here-is to get acquainted:
30 Crocus, 6 Hyacinths, and 25
Tulips for S2.00.
8 Single, 8 Double early and 8
Parrot Tulips for SI. 20.
Either order delivered at your
door. JOS. CURTIS, Agent,
Fairvicw Nursery Co., Rochester,
IT'S A PLEASURE TO COOK
When everything is at your hand
and of such exceptional quality as
Plan to keep a supply on hand,
then you will be ready to welcome
unexpected guests to a meal at
Call and let us suggest some
seasonable pure foods that we are
sure you will enjoy.
A. R. Williams & Son
That automobile of yours
'should be insured against fire
loss at well as your dwelling.
Liability insurance is also an
important requisite to the auto
We have it. Ask me for
rate's and information.
Geo. J Munger
Phono Main CO Res. Phono Black 55
G0-ncre Farm Sandy loam, 1
story frame house, barn, different
kinds of fruit, 2V4 miles from Mon
elova. A bargain for some one. Pos
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 Acrcsi-Considered one of the
best farms in Wood County. Fine
buildings, everything first class, good
stono road, near Lime City, at a bar
gain. 7 Acres Good house, barn and sev
eral small buildings, 100 fruit trees,
granes and different kinds of small
fruit, 1 miles from Perrysburg.
Possession can bo given immediately.
M. B. 000E
Seal EUt Agent, Pesrysburg, 0.
Miss Edith Harper of Toledo,
Avas the guest of Mrs. John Hayes
Mrs. Wm. Simmons, of Lima,
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. Blinn
Mrs. M. Underbill spent Sun
day -with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Car
ter and family. '
Mr. Harlin Green, of Toledo,
was the week-end guest of Mr.
Miss Jessie Barton' has re
turned from Oregon, where she
spent the last two years. On her
return she took in the "Fair" and
visited Salt Lake City and St.
Mrs. Mary E. Chapman, ac
companied by her granddaughter
Miss Eleanor P. Lownsbury, start
ed for Oakland, California, this
week, expecting to spend the sum
mer in that locality.
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gj iwooay nas nyrning oetter in jj
h Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables
SO New Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Carrots, Spinach J
Head Lettuce, Asparagus, Cabbage, J
New Potatoes, Green Beans. V
V Strawberries, Pineapples, Oranges and Bananas V
Jj FOLGER HAM AND BACON &
8 ECKEL'S GROCERY 8
M Union Delivery Phono, Main 15 V
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