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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, May 27, 1915, Image 6

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3klr. and Mrs. Chas. Schaller
spent Sunday with Mr. Fred Kopp
and family.
NICHOLAS J. KYLL
Tree Spraying done
First Rate Work.
Scientific Forestry
General Lawn and Garden Work.
Pcrrysburg, O. Phpnc Black, 29.
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1 pkg. Raisins 10c; 1 pkg. Currants 10c; 1 Can Corn 8c;
1 Can Peas Sc; 1 Can Libbys or Pet Milk 5c, or 7 for 25c;
1 lb Choice Coffee 20c; l(fBars Polo Soap 25c; 8 Bars Lenox
Soap 25c; 7 Bars Acme Soap 25c.
SATURDAY SPECIAL
25c pkg. Rolled Oats 20c; 1-S bbl. Camp's Pansy, Harter's
A 1 or Wagoner's Pride S1.00; 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar 05c;
25 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.63.
F. JEZZARD
Funeral services for Mr.
Charles G. Adams were held Sat
urday at Sorrento, Florida. The
remains will be brought to Per
rysburg fev burial, which will take
place Wednesday.
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 THEI1
All Fresh, no Old or Shopworn Goods.
Let us have your Phone Order.
Anything in Condiments or Relishes.
FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY
MUNGER BROS
Phone Main 50
2S
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. ITecker
and Mrs. Crainm of Toledo, were
guests of C. II. VanNorman and
family Saturday.
Mr. Oscar Schramm and fam
ily of llobart, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Neiderhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Deibert took dinner Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider.
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WE HAVE THE DANDY AUTO HAT
FOR LADIES 50c
Come in and see them.
Auto Caps for Men, 50 cents.
Tennis Shoes White or Black.
Summer Dress Goods from 5 cents up.
Well made Summer Dresses for $1.00.
Patronize Your Home Stores. On many things you can
do better than in the city.
Come in and see our Stock and get Prices.
W. J. VEITGH
with water makes 17 9S
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WINDOWS.
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FOR SALE China kiln. In
quire Mrs. B. Kinsley. lltf
Mrs. H. "Wolf and family took
dinner Sunday with Mrs. II. Lee
of Maumee.
Miss Wilmp Troft and Mr.
Ellsworth Finch, both of Bowling
Green, called on Mr. and Mrs.
Perce Finch Friday afternoon.
-The members of The Loyal
Daughters of the Evangelical S.
S. held their regular meeting Fri
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Jno. Toney. Everyone enjoyed a
pleasant evening.
Established 1879
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Witzler
and sons motored to Fremont
Sunday.
Friends and relatives of Mr.
Roy Finch gave a miscellaneous
shower in his honor at the homo of
Ills sister Mrs. Ed. Kelley. Mr.
Finch will bo married Thursday,
May 27.
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FOR SALE Two portable
chick hovers. WM. UTIIOFF.
Monday evening Norman
Witzler entertained several of his
Sunday school friends in honor of
his birthday.
THE SUCCESSFUL MAN
says "A look into the future is a
wise precaution." You will find
that men who have made their
mark in life and attained the great
est measure of success were indi
viduals who were foresighted. They
knew the advantage to be dirived
by the judicious saving of a part
of their earnings. Why not fol
low in" the footsteps of the success
ful and open a bank account with
a reliable institution?
The Perrysburg Banking
Company
Mr. Lieth Wetzel of Weston,
is visiting relatives here this week.
Mr. Z. Q. Harper and wife
went to Bowling Green -Monday.
Mrs. Katherine Nellis called
on Mr. Joe Curtis and family Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bayers called
on Mr. and Mrs. P. Cornelius Sun
day. Miss Lydia Budd visited Miss
Esther Budd's school at Genoa,
last week.
Mrs. C. Powers and son
visited friends and relatives here
last week.
Mr. Joseph Zeisler of Toledo,
visited Mr. J. Rossbach and fam
ily Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Droz-
zek of Winona, Minn., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kiefer and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neider
( house and daughter Martha spent
Sunday with William Neiderhouse
and wife.
Mrs. V. Schwind Jr. entertain
ed at a miscellaneous shower Sun
day evening in honor of Miss Ger
trude Oswald of Toledo whose
marriage to Mr. William Juster
will be an event of June in St
Mary's Church Toledo. A fine
lunch was served at a table decor
ated in pink and white. Music and
games furnished amusement for the
evening. Miss uswaia receivea
many useful gifts as a remembrance
of the young ladies who attended,
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Decoration Day Flowers
BUY THE PLANTS HERE.
You Know Our Groceries
ARE ALWAYS HIGH GRADE.
We have all the Goods
G. F. HOFFMANN
Phone Main 10
That automobile of yours
should be- insured against fire
loss as well as your dwelling.
Liability insurance is also an
important requisite to the auto
mobile owner.
We have it. Ask me for
rates and information.
Geo. J Munger
General Insurance
Phono Main -50 Res. Phono Black 65
First
Presbyterian
Church
Rev. W. II. Pheley, Minister.
The Men's Organized Bible Class
has 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 that make for their
highest welfare
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 are
brond 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
become members."
There are 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
and see.
B. O'REILLY
Gent's Tailoring
Perrysburg, - Ohio
- Phone Blue 33
Mrs. Q-. Sliufelt visited friends
in Rossford Sunday.
The Veteran "Women of Amer
ica will give an excursion to San
dusky July tenth.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hufford
and family visited relatives in
Monclova Sunday.
Mr. Floyd Hemminger of Can
ada, was the over Sunday guest
of Mr. T. Frusher.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meister
of Webster, were guests of Mr. M.
Mladenus and wife Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindsay of
this place, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lind
say of Toledo.
Miss Dunham and Miss Aye,
principal and assistant in the Per
rysburg High School, attended the
May Festival at Ann Arbor, Mich.,
on Saturday.
FOR. RENT Separate front
part of Taneyhill place: i large
rooms. 3 nlosfits nnd nnntrv; front.
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and side porches, cistern, well and
garden, $8.00. Quiet, small family
preferred. NICHOLAS J. KYLL:
in Label Saving Contest.
Union Delivery
FOR SALE!
60-acre Farm Sandy loam, 1
story frame house, barn, different
kinds of fruit, 2 miles from Mon
clova. A bargain for some one. Pos
session can be 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 one of the
best farms in Wood County. Fine
buildings, everything first class, good
stone road, near Limo 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, 1V6 miles from Perrysburg.
Possession can bo given immediately.
M. B. COOK
XmI XtU Agent, Porryiburg, 0,
When You Think of Good Groceries,
Drugs, Medicines and Toilet Articles
TELEPHONE YOUR ORDER TO
D. C. WHITEHEAD, PkG.
Phone
We have the finest Canned Goods on the Market
Try our WILSON CAKE, any kind, 20c per pound.
New Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Carrots, Spinach
Head Lettuce, Asparagus, Cabbage,
New Potatoes, Green Beans.
POTATO SPRAYING
Please make arrangements early.
No patch too small.
JOS. W. CURTIS, Agt.
Fairview Nursery Company.
Mr. Frederick Hansen of To
ledo, called at the Morse residence
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Cornelius
called on Mr. P. Cornelius and
wife Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde TJrschel,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Gomersall visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Koons Sunday.
Mrs. Andrew Kazmaier spent
a few days of last week with Mrs.
Clarence Graham of Dundee, Mich.
Mrs. Oscar Schram and family
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Schneider and family.
Mr. Fred Fricss and family,
Mrs. Charles Stickles and son of
"Weston, were Sunday guests at the
h.. Nellis home.
Mrs. J. Lockwood, who has
been visiting her daughter Mrs.
R. E. McLachlan, has returned to
her home in Hudson, Mich.
Mr. Ernest Melmon and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. B. Butler,
all of Milan, visited Miss Myrtle
Butler of this place, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. VanNor
man, Mrs. Emma Hufford, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Kazmaier called on Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Bordeau of Toledo
Sunday.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Clay and family motored to North
Baltimore where they called on
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cope, formerly
of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scheider,
Mr. Bert Hufford and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Scheider were
Sunday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Schneider.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barton
slater of Michigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kazmaier and family, Mrs.
Ularence (iraham and tamily and
Miss Emma Bartonslaeer were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Limmer.
Mr. M. Dowling, who repre
sented the Prudential Life Insur
ance Company in this district for
over five years, has been appointed
district manager for the Gem City
Life Insurance Company for this
district.
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
ease? lltf
GENERAL SPRAYING
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 S
Parrot Tulips for SI. 20.
Either order delivered at your
door. JOS. CURTIS, Agent,
Fairview Nursery Co., Rochester,
n. y.
I ECKEL'S GROCERY;
b Headquarters for Good Things, g
Our Vegetables and Fruits are Fresh, and our
k Groceries are Guaranteed Quality. fC
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Our Confectionery is Home Made and Pure.
- $
Q Strawberries, Pineapples, Oranges and Bananas Q
h FOLGER HAM AND BACON K
V Union Dolivery Phone, Main 15 M
Main 186
Mr. Franklin Leydorf, who
has been on the sick list, is now
able to be up and around.
Mrs. Wm. Sheplar and Mrs.
Jno. Sheplar of Toledo, visited
Miss T. McKnight "Wednesday.
FOR SALE Three full-blood
White Orpington roosters. Enquire
JOE HUBER, Lime City, O. 14a
FOR SALE One cheap horse
Inquire of F. C. HAHN. 14a
The members of the New Cen
tury Club held their annual picnic
Wednesday at Walbridge Park.
When baby suffers with croup, apply
and give Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at
once. Safe for children. A little rmti
a long way. 25c and 50c. At all drug
stores. Adv.
A Good Breakfast
can be easily and quickly pre
pared it you choose some ot
our choice table viands.
OUR GROCERY
is headquarters for pure foods
of all kinds and the best of
canned goods, etc. You will
find our services and our de
livery as satisfactory as our
prices.
A. R. Williams & Son
Mr. Alfred Lintner, Miss
Clara and Miss Esther Lintner
were Sunday guests of Mr. Frank
Swartz, near Luckey.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eckel
and daughter Lucile, spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. Spohn and family of Toledo.
Rev. S. Baumgardner leaves
Wednesday for Creston, near
Cleveland. He will deliver a ser
mon there Thursday at the dedi
cation of a new church. He will
return Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollen
beck have left for Milwaukee
where they will spend Decoration
Day. A monument is to be dedi
cated to Mr. Hollenbeck's uncle,
Capt. H. A. Valentine.
The Ladies Missionary So
ciety of the M. E. church will meet
next Wednesday with Mrs. L.
Shipman. They are planning an
ice cream social for the near
future. Every member is asked
to be present at the meeting.
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