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Kodak, Premo or Brownie
is not difficult, and
think of tho pleasure they will afford a few years from
now. Come in arid look them over.
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B. O'REILLY
Gent's Tailoring
Pcrrysburg, - Ohio
Phone Blue 33
Miss Irene Hubbard was a re
cent guest of Miss Kathryn Amon.
Mrs. Thos. Bowling and little
son Thomas were visitors at the
Patrick Bowling borne, Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Guthrie and daugh
ter Emma were guests of Mrs. M. P.
Qoston on Sunday.
Miss Majoric Shoemaker has
come from Napoleon, Ohio, for a
visit of several months with her
aunt, Mrs. Frank Neifer.
Miss Esther Budd has gone to
Columbus for a stay of several days ,
with her brother Eugene Budd who
is attending the Ohio State Uni
versity. DON'T BUILD TO BURN
Fires cost the United States
over Two Hundred and Fifty
Million Bollars in 1915.
Build Avith 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.
TD13 PERRYSBURG TILE &
BRICK CO.
Pcrrysburg, 0.
"See America First" Saturday
night at Auditorium Theatre.
Mrs. H. Richtcr of E. Toledo
was Mrs. Josephine Cranker's
guest Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kazmaicr
and family were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Kazmaier.
Miss Mamie Brossia visited
her brother, Mr. Fred Brossia, at
Whitoford Center, Mich., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ilahn
and children Grace and Robert
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
David Halm at East Toledo.
Mrs. R. E. Messenger started
for Auburn, N. Y., on Saturday,
where she will vist for a few days
with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blinn of To
ledo and Mr. and Mrs. S. Harvey
of Ilobart were Decoration Day
guests of their mother, Mrs. Jas.
Blinn. ,
Herbert Williams of the U. S.
Cavalry is now stationed at Colum
bus barracks, while his brother
Frank Williams, who has been sta
tioned at Fort Sam Houston, San
Antonio, Texas, has been ordered to
join the colors on the border at La
redo, Texas.
PERRYSBURG MARKET.
Corrected every "Wednesday noon by
tho C. L. Maddy Elevator Co.
No. 2 red wheat 1.00
Ho. 3 red wheat 1)8
No. 2 white wheat 08
No. 8 white wheat 0d
Ear Corn 1.05
Oats - .35
Barley CO
Rye 70
PRODUCE
Eggs 20
Butter .27
Lard 13
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Munger Bros.
Steers 03 to .08
Cows .. 03 to .05
Calves 07 to .10
Hogs 001 to .09
Lambs 00 to .081
Hides 10
Tallow - .04
POULTRY
Turkeys 1G to .20
Chickens 13 to .16
Old Roosters - 10
Ducks 13 to .14
Stories of Success
JOHN W. ALEXANDER
Kooplns ever
lastingly at it
brings success.
.TVlth ordinary,
talont, and ex
traordinary por
sovorancc, most
things aomo
through. Persis
tant pcopjo bo
gin their suc
cess whoro oth
ers end In fail
ure. Thoro was
no opening In
tho art room of
a Now York pub
lishing houso when John W. Alex
ander camo from AUoghony, Penn
sylvania for a Job.
But tho futuro presldont of tho
National Academy of Design, tho
most Important art society In Am
erica, would not talto "no" for an
answer. '
The next few years ho worked
hard, and from wagoa of throe to
eight dollnrs a week saved enough
to attend tho Itoyal Academy at Mu
nich. Without tho money-saving habit,
without porsevoranco and frugality,
when golden opportunity knocks at
your door you will not bo ready,
See us toda yabout this Important
mattor.
THE PERRYSBURG BANKING
COMPANY.
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Home-grown STRAWBERRIES, CUBAN PINEAPPLES,
NEW BEETS, CARROTS, NEW CABBAGE, HOT
HOUSE CUCUMBERS, RIPE TOMATOES. V
'AH Fresh for Saturday.
Drugs delivered free with your grocery order.
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D. C. WHITEHEAD, PkG. f
Phono, Main 186 Union Delivery m
4 Peice Table Sets 40c
2 qt Water Pitcher 10c
Enameled Water Pails 25, 50 and GOc
Dairy Pails 130 and 50c
Pansy Flour 1-8 bbl 83c, 1-4 bbl S1.65
Pride of Lima Flour.' 1-S bbl 80c, 1-4 bbl S1.G0
Lemons per doz. 20c
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Bulk Coffee - 20c
One Package Raisins -. - 10c
10 Bars, Lenox Soap.. - 25c
Can Peas... - Sand 10c
Can Corn 8 and 10c
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar - 85c
F. JEZZARD
UNION DELIVERY
"QUALITY FIRST'
If Quality Counts
For anythiig, 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
if Phone Main 60
Established 1879
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Mrs. Stephen Snyder bad as
guests Sunday, Mrs. Park Iliekle
and children, of. Bowling Green.
Mrs. Jos. Reap had as guests
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cor
humel, of Toledo.
Miss Agnes Cornelius has re
turned from a short stay with To
ledo friends.
Mr. Russel McPherson of
Guelph, Can., was an over Sunday
guest at the B. W. Caldwell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Iloagland,
of Ilaskins, are visiting Dr. and
Mrs. D. R. Canfield this week.
Furnished Roopi and Board.
Call cor. Main and Seventh St., or
phone Blue 227.
Miss Mamie Brossia and Mr.
Fred Brossia were dinner guests
of Mrs. Albert Halm Monday.
On Monday afternoon Miss
Mary Fuller entertained at a birth
day party ten of her young lady
friends.
FOR SALE Two fresh milk
cows, calves by side. One good
work horse. Enquire Fred Soiling,
one mile southeast of Pcrrysburg.
Mr. Cluis. Redout cy, of Lans
ing, Mich., is here for a two weeks
visit with Mrs. Jos. Drepps and
Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald.
Dr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews
and babies, of Toledo, were Sunday
visitors at the Mr. Merlin Bowers
home.
The Luther League will hold
an iee cream social at the church,
Saturday evening, June 17th.
Everybody come.
For Rent S room house with
basement. Enquire at the resi
dence, corner of 5th and Elm
streets.
Miss Koen and Miss Price, of
Mount Dora, Fla., who are visiting
with friends in Toledo, were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. M.
Hoover.
For Sale A good driving
horse, sound, and gentle. Work
anyplace. Weight 1200. Cash
or note. W. P. SCOTT, Pcrrys
burg, O. 15tf
Mr. Clarence Hufford, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hufford, will
receive the degree of Bachelor of
Arts at the eighty-third annual
Commencement of Oberlin College,
June 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roe's Sun
day guests included the following:
Mr. and Mrs. C. Roe and daughter
Helen, of Milan, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Roc and daughter, Beryl, Mou
roeville, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Wallace and children, Mrs. Ed.
Frusher and the Misses Mable and
Francis Frusher.
Capt. George Greonhalgh was
in St. Louis, Mo., on business tho
first of the week.
Doan's Regulets arc recommended
by many who say they operate easily,
without griping and without bad after
effects. 25c at all drug stores.
Miss Elizabeth Snyder was
the week end guest of her sister
Mrs. Oscar Schram.
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.
Phone Blue 41 Perrysburg, Ohio.
Let qs lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mauer
visited their brother, Mr. Albert
Mauer of Bowling Green, Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sawyer
and family and Mr. Herbert Saw
yer visited with friends in Wood
ville. Misses Lucy Lapham and Ora
Olds, of 'Plymouth, Mich., were
guests of Mrs. Frank Carter on
Sunday.
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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.
Mr. and Mrs. Blue and Mrs.
Wetmore motored to Weston on
Sunday last and were guests of G.
B. Saxby and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Witzlcr,
accompanied by Miss Madelyn Hoff
man, motored to Howe, Ind., Mon-1
any, 10 return witn tneir son
Charles, who has been attending
military school there.
Mrs. John Moser entertained at
6 o'clock dinner Sunday the fol
lowing: Mrs. Spohn, of Toledo,
Mr. itaipli ivulm, ot Bowling Green
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eckel
and daughter Lucilc.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kazmaier
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Roades and family Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Snyder and family motored to
Lcipsic, Decoration Day and were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris An
derson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cornelius
and family, of Monclova, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Plascndall and son Ray
mond. Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock, Miss
Elice Dcnso, Mr. Arthur Denso,
Mr. J. Harrison and Mr. Fred Cor
nelius, of Toledo, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cor
nelius. Mrs. John Smith, Mitchell, d.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Jr., Riga,
Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cherry,
Sylvania, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lebhehr,
Toledo, Mrs. John Lebhehr and son
Glen, Toledo, Mrs. Joseph Able and
son James, Lima, Ohio, Mr. Geo.
Lebhehr and son Frederick, and
Mr. Silas Richer, of Dayton, were
guests at dinner Monday, of Mr.
and Mrs. nenry Lebhehr. ,
Tho Ladies of Perrysburg who
wish to help in the celebration of
the Perrysburg Centennial will
please meet ot tho civic rooms
Monday evening, June 12th at
8:00 o'clock, to organize an aux
iliary to the Civic Association.
Mrs. B. C. Valmcr, of Toledo,
was the guest of Mrs. Oliver Frantz,
Thursday.
Mr. Everett Chapman of
Bowling Green called on Mr. and
Mrs. Comstock on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Beach ar
rived here on Sunday and will
spend the summer in Perrysburg.
Dr. and Mrs. B. Kinsley havo
returned from a short stay at In
dianapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaisse
spent Sunday wth Mr. and Mi's.
Fred Grueshaber.
Mi and Mrs. John Deisinger
and children of Milan, Mich., were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Schneider the past week.
The Junior Class of Smead
i School, Toledo, are entertaining the
Seniors at tea, this afternoon at the
up-river home of the Misses Pew.
Tent meetings arc being held
at Ilobart with services being made
especially interesting by the assist
ance of Mr. George Bennard, of
Bellaire, Ohio, an Evangelist and
composer.
Mr. Jack Adamson is spending
several weeks in Delta.
Miss Isabelle Graves visited
with friends in Jackson, Mich., this
week.
Miss Esther Lampman of To
leda is visiting with her aunt, Miss
Lampman, in Perrysburg.
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 milo off of stono road and only
3 miles of Monclova. Price $7,600.
6 Acres of fine land, well tiled, with
houso of seven rooms. A good barn
and chicken house, good well and
cistern, and 30 largo applo trees, 15
pear trees, peach, cherry and plum
trees and 200 grapo vines in Perrys
burg, for $3,800.00.
A. T. DEWLAND.
Perrysburg, Ohio
Try Our Mens $1.00 Dress Shirts.
50c Work Shirts all Colors and Sizes 50c
W. J. VEITCH
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It is GOOD to be sure.
BETTER to be INSURED.
BEST to bo INSURED in one
of MY companies.
We insure anything that is in
surable. '
None but old reliable, honorable
companies represented.
Let mo write your next fire in
surance policy. Complete satis
faction guaranteed.
GEO. J. MUNGER
Phono, Main 50, Res, Black 55.
FOR SALE!
Four acres, elegant homo, all kinds
of choice fruit and berries; barn, cel
lar; well tiled; a tine poultry farm and
a fine summer home, in Perrysburg,
Ohio. Also two acres adjoining with
tenant houso 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
fnrm at $110 per acre if sold soon.,
Cottago house and lot on Second
street; fine location. A bargain for
someone.
Forty aero 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; V& miles from Perrys
burg. Possession can bo given imme
diately. M. B. 000K
KhI g tt Afftnt, Ferrytirarg, 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 for sale.
Orders taken for Fern Baskets, Hanging
Baskets and Porch Boxes.
Large Porch Pots filled to order.
Home Phone(g&iK'i&. .,
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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