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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, June 01, 1916, Image 5

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DON'T OVERWORK
ifo Cleaning your furniture and woodwork. Use O-Cedar
W Polish or Liquid Veneer, thus saving labor and adding to the
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Jly life of the finish. 25c and up.
.y For floors we have the floor mops and they can be re-
yk'i filled by adding O-Cedar Polish. Mops 75c and $1.25. Also
tt Cedar Oil Polish 25c and 50c.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Pfister spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Greushaber and family.
Mrs. G. Leatherman of Syl
vania was a guest of ber mother,
Mrs. Harriett Curtis, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kazmaier
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Kazmaier of Bowling Green, Sun
day. Miss Gertrude Roose will
come from New York this week,
where she has been attendine
school at Columbia the past year
and will stop at Oberlin for a few
days visit on her return.
DON'T BUILD TO BURN
Fires cost the United States
over Two Hundred and Fifty
Million Dollars in 1915.
Build with Brick or Hollow
Building Blocks. "We can furnish
Rough or Smooth faced Face
Brick, 4x5x12 or 5x8x12 Jumbo
Blocks scored for Stucco or
smooth.
Call and see us before you Build.
THE PERRYSBURG TILE &
BRICK CO.
Pcrrysburg, 0.
A baby boy came to brighten
the home of Mr. and Mrs Edward
Wentz, on Friday last.
Mr. Andrew Ranker of Tole
do was a visitor at the Gus.
Ranker home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lindsay
were guests of their son John
Lindsay in Toledo the latter part
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sarver
of Kansas, are here for a week'3
visit or more with Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Sarver.
Little Doris Neiderhouse of
Monclova is at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Shipman, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hahn
and children, Grace and Robert
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Airs. Chas. Hahn at Rossford.
See "WHAT LOIS DID" at the
Auditorium Theatre, Saturday
night.
The Bowling Green Driving
Club will give a four-days' race
meeting at the Wood County Fair
grounds, June 6, 7, 8 and 9. Three
races daily. 12d
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B, O'REILLY
Gent's Tailoring
Perryaburg, -
Phone Blue .13
Ohio
4 Peice Table Sets
2 qt Water Pitcher
Enameled Water Pails 25,
Dairy Pails
Pansy Flour I-S bbl Soc, 1-
Pride of Lima Flour 1-8 bbl 83c, L
Lemons per doz.
40c
10c
50 and 60c
.30 and 50c
4 bbl S1.70
4 bbl S1.G5
20c
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Bulk Coffee
One Package Raisins
10 Bars Lenox Soap
Can Peas
Can Corn
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar.
, 20c
10c
25c
.8 and 10c
.8 and 10c
S5c
P. JEZZARD
UNION DELIVERY
'QUALITY FIRST'
If Quality Counts
For anything, in your estimation, you are respectfully
invited to try us for
A 1 MEATS
And all of the appetizers, relishes, soups, pickles
and canned fish.
We specialize on the famous Heinz varieties.
FRESH FISH FRIDAYS
MUNGER BROS
A Phone Main 50
Established 1879
PERRYSBURG MARKET. .
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
the C. L. Maddy Elevator Co.
No. 2 red wheat 1.08
No. 3 red wheat 1.00
No. 2 white wheat 1.00
No. 3 white wheat 1.01
Ear Corn 1.P5
Oats .35
Barley 00
Rye 70
PRODUCE
Eggs 20
Butter 27
Lard 13
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Munger Bros.
Steera 03 to .08
Cows 03 to .05
Calve3 07 to .10
Hogs 00i to .00
Lambs 00 to .08)
Hides 10
Tallow .04
POULTRY
Turkeys .'. ...10 to .20
Chickens 13 to .15
Old Roosters .10
Ducks 13 to .14
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Stories of Success
ANDREW CARNEGIE
Somo men sue
ccoda In almost
everything. Tho
business acumen
that guides ami
dlrocts thorn
rarely falls. Tho
genius, Industry
and determina
tion of that
titan Scotsman,
Andrew Carne
gie, woro amply
In evldcnco right
at tho outset. At
12 ho was a bob-
oin-uoy at a
nuarter a. woelc In
Pittsburg; In tho boiler room, at 13,
earning two dollars; delivering mes
sages at 14, and learning telegra
phy; an operator at 16 and In his
early 20's a railroad superintendent
With $1,500 a year.
Ho smiled at difficulties, and
rounded up every taste ho attempt
ed. a
When asked how ho established
his fortune, ho replied: "By saving
my money. I havo always put
llttlo asldo, and my rovenuo at all
times, exceeded my expenses.
To save is to have.
Tho road to wealth Is tho road to
the savings account In somoagood,
bank.
It Is tho road that leads to com
fort and competency..
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FOR SALE Two fresh milk
cows, calves by side. One good
work horse. Enquire Fred Selling,
one mile southeast of Perrysburg.
SEE AMERICA FIRST at the
Auditorium Theatre, Saturday
night.
Mr. Marshall Cole of Tecum
seh, Mich., visited with Mr. Frank
Blinn, Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Hillabrand and
son Wilbur were Sunday visitors
at the Andrew Hillabrand home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thorn
ton visited in Weston Sunday,
with Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wetherill.
For Rent 8 room house with
basement. Enquire at the resi
dence, corner of 5th and Elm
streets.
Mrs. David Hatcher is home
from Cleveland, where she has
been visiting her daughter during
the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wallace
and family and Miss Mable
Frusher were Sunday guests at the
Chas. Roe home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Whit
more and family of Toledo were
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Williams'
guests Decoration Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lintner
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Lintner spent Sunday in Toledo
with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lintner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Klag and
family of Toledo and Air. and
Mrs. Lester Carter were Sunday
callers at the Albert Reetz farm.
Wanted Elderly lady wants
position as housekeeper or to do
general housework. Address Mrs.
Harriet Bowman, Haskins. 15a
For Sale A good driving
horse, sound, and gentle. Work
any place. Weight 1200. Cash
or note. W. P. SCOTT, Perrys
burg, O. 15tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cocanour
had as euests Sunday: Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Zeigler and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitehead
and little grandson, of Fremont,
Ohio.
The regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U. will be held at the home
of Mrs. Shimmin on West Front
street Tuesday afternoon June G,
at 2:30. It will be a Flower Mis
sion meeting; all ladies bring their
report cards, and flowers. There
will be a program. Everybody
invited.
THE PERRYSBURG BANKING
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Quality First
Works wonders in
Groceries
And all Table Supplies
We have it.
D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.
Phone, Main 1 86 Union Delivery
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Shirt Waists
We Carry a Good Line of Shirt
Waists Silk and Cotton
COTTON WAISTS $1.00 to $3.00.
SILK WAISTS $1 .00, $1 .50 and $3.00.
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50c Work Shirts all Colors and Sizes 50c
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Doan's Regulets are recommended
by many who say they operate easily,
without griping and without bad after
effects. 25c at all drug stores.
Mrs. Louise Hoffman visited
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Armbuster, of Lucky, Sunday.
Lost Gold pansy pin, pearl
set. Liberal reward if returned to
John Yeager's residence. (15a)
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sargent
enjoyed a visit in Northern Mich
igan, returning on Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Cloar of Bowling
Green was Mrs. Geo. DeVerna's
guest the latter part of the week.
Mr. Peter Uncer of Green
Springs, O,, was a visitor at the
Wm. Adamson home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meister
of Webster spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. M. Mladenus and fami
ly.
Mrs. P. H. Canode of Cooks
ville, O. is visiting Mrs. Chas.
Canode and other relatives, this
week.
Miss Lulu Inneman of Flow
er hospital, Toledo, is enjoying a
brief vacation at her home in Per
rysburg. Mr. Richard Thornton and
family of Toledo were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. J. H.
Thornton.
Mrs. W. J. Burns of Lima and
Miss Minnie Martin of Toledo
were over-Sunday guests of Miss
Mary Franey.
Mrs. Blanche Smith who has
been visiting her mother for the
past three weeks left for Battle
Creek, Monday.
Mr. H. L. Swaine has moved
his family from E. Liverpool and
will make Perrysburg their perm
anent residence.
The Misses Barth and Mr.
Earl Marshall of Toledo were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Th omas, Decoration Day.
DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT HELP
RHEUMATISM?
Ask the man who uses it, he know3.
"To think I suffered all these years
when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's
Liniment cured me," writes one grate
ful user. If you have Rheumatism or
suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Sore
ness and Stiffness, don't put off get
ting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give
you such welcome relief. It warms
and soothes the sore, stiff, painful
places and you feel so much better.
Buy it at any Drug Store, only 25
cents. Adv.
Cement is King
Buildings Walks and Roads made of Cement are
proving Superior to any other Building Material
We make any size 'or style block in any quantity
for buildings, foundations or walks.
ELK Builders Supply Co.
Perrysburg, Ohio.
Phone Blue 41
Let us lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you.
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Notice to Patrons. i FOR SALE One ton market
In a previous issue of the Jour- wagon, cheap. Geo. F. Drif tmeyer.
nal we asked our patrons to have ' e
their milk bottles out early as we
intended to deliver milk in a Ford
truck. The Dealer was late in his
shipment of the car and patrons
were no doubt disappointed. We
kinkly ask the fayor again as we
are now using the truck and are
delivering milk early.
H. Keller & Sons.
"Wanted Men who desire to earn
over $125.00 per month, write us to
day for position as salesman; every
opportunity for advancement. CEN
TRAL PETROLEUM CO., CLEVE
LAND, OHIO."
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Justin and
son, John, Miss Kathryn, Justin,
and Mrs. Martin Polsom and
children were guests at the Val.
Schwind, Jr. home Sunday.
Mr. Robert Lehman and fam
ily of Perrysburg were guests at
the home of Mr. Hatch in Mau
mee on Sunday last.
The body of Geo. Lober who
died recently and had been placed
in one of the receiving crypts of
the Mausoleum, was laid to rest
Monday in one of the crypts re
cently purchased by the family.
Real Estate Bargains.
40 Acres of good sand loam with
house of 7 rooms and cellar. Barn.
Good orchard and plenty of small fruit
within 3 miles of Monclova. Horses,
and cow and machinery, go for $4,500.
A bargain.
59 Acres of fine corn, wheat and
oats land. Good orchard, and house of
seven rooms. Small barn, corn cribs
and other small buildings. Well tiled
and in number one condition. Only
half mile off of stone road and only
3 miles of Monclova. Price $7,500.
G Acres of fine land, well tiled, with
house of seven rooms. A good barn
and chicken house, good well and
cistern, and 30 large apple trees, 15
pear trees, peach, cherry and plum
trees and 200 grape vines in Perrys
burg, for $3,800.00.
A. T. DEWLAND.
Perrysburg, Ohio
It is GOOD to be sure.
BETTER to be INSURED.
BEST to be INSURED in one
of MY companies.
Wo insure anything that is in
surable. None but old reliable, honorable
companies represented.
Let me write your next fire in
surance policy. Complete satis
faction guaranteed.
GEO. J. MUNGER
Phone, Main 50. Res, Black 55.
FOR SALE!
Four acres; elegant home, all kinds
of choice fruit and berries; barn, cel
lar; well tiled; a fine poultry farm and
a fine summer home, in Perrysburg,
Ohio. Also two acres adjoining with
tenant house thereon if so desired.
Will give possession immediately.
Fifty acres, extra loam and sand
farm; house, barn and other build
ings; tiled, fenced. I can sell this
farm at $110 per acre if sold soon.
Cottage house and lot on Second
street; fine location. A bargain for
someone.
Forty acre sand farm in Monclova
township, Lucas county, Ohio, $3,500.
Seven acres; good house, barn and
several small buildings; 100 fruit
trees, grapes .and different kinds of
small fruit; 1 miles from Perrys
burg. Possession can be given imme
diately. M. B. COOK
Iitat Aftxtt, Fegrjiritarg, 0,
Thompsons Flower Store
216 Conant St., Maumee, O.
Nearly opposite Maumee Valley
Waiting Room.
We carry a fine assortment of potted plants
and cut flowers, everything fine for
Decoration. Wreaths for cemetery,
also filled vases or sale.
Orders taken for Fern Baskets, Hanging
Baskets and Porch Boxes.
Large PorchPots filled to order.
Home PhonegSS 2?& 5
Store open until 8:30 p. m.
Saturday Night 9:30 p. m.
Sunday A. M. 9:30 to 1 p. m.
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