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THH PBRYBBURG JOURNAE
ssw $Our Xmas Cards-o w j M' Are now in. We have a good assortment of beautiful h W designs and appropriate verses. j s i We have some nice 10c and 15c booklets for the ? to W tti kiddies. Look them over. (ft $ to ckj. Come to us for cards, stickers, tags, etc. f o jj Jjj Champney's Pharmacy i to V$ WATCH OUR WINDOWS. GOODS OF QUALITY to k New line of Holiday Goods & G JUST ARRIVED. v Community and 1847 Silverware A. J. WITZLER UndertakerEmbalmer Both Phones. No. 1. PERRYSBURG, OHIO. I furnish either Horse drawn or Auto Service at reasonable prices. Credit extended my patrons if needed. Our work guaranteed satisfactory. A. J. WITZLER. Obcrliu College is well repre sented this year by the class of 1914, Perrysburg high school. The Misses Irene Clny and Mildred Williams are taking work- in the Conservatory of Music, and Miss Cenia Small is pursuing the reg ular college course. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mrs. Gertrude Clare Drury to Mr. Warren G. McCoy of Detroit, which took place here Monday, November 27th. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy will be at home after January 1st at 110 Medbury east, Detroit. MANICURE SETS. A fine assortment Toledo Blade Guaranteed Pocket Knives. o & CL -A.- BZES-uTTikT Q J Mrs. Jno. Word of Toledo, was a Tuesday visitor. Mr. and Mrs F. E. Farley an nounce the arrival of a baby girl at their home. It has been christ ened Teresa Marie. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Rhein frank took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rhein frank at Eagle Point. Itching, torturing skin eruptions dis figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment is praised for its good work. 50c at all drug stores. Mrs. L. Orno of Toledo, was a guest of Mrs. A. T. Dewlaud Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nichols and children of Maumee, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Dowling today. Mr. and Mrs. Bert King are spending the day at Bowling Green with Mr. and Mrs. Ilenry Rudolph. Mrs. "Walter Perry and son John Louis, spent Sunday in To ledo with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barbeau. HEADQUARTERS for Holiday Goods WHERE? Jezzard's Grocery WHO SAID SO? SANTA CLAUS I I m mwwwwww UNION DELIVERY 'QUALITY FDtST' If you are looking For a Quality Meat Market, Then don't overlook MUNGER BROS For thirty-seven years at the same stand. i Your patronage is always appreciated. Snider 's (New) Tomato Ketchup. Heinz Famous "57" Varieties. : Fish Every Friday Phone Main 50 Established 1879 As Christmas is so near, it will he well for you to begin to do your Christmas buying now. Handkerchiefs are always good for presents. We have a big line this year. Also bath towels, 25 and 50 cents. Towel and wash cloth sets, $1.00. Apron and cap sets, 50 cents. Many things that would make suitable presents can be found at our store. W. J. VEITCH i m fit n KS M 1 Having the Right Kind pf a Bank back of you is an important factor in youri business. You can't be too careful in making a selection. This Bank wants your account and onakes every effort to safeguard the business interest of depositors. If you need funds we accord every accommodation consistent with safety.. r w. ! HM'k I aKH2!5.:i ;ilu2i, t. yi r.g?..JM C!r ,Tii Mi". .r it FOR to i Hoarseness and Coughs Use Nyal's Bronchials, 10c IV fl j. Drugs delivered free with your grocery order. fl I D. C WHITEHEAD, Ph.G. 1 (1 Nyal Quality Drug Store. W ji Phono, Main 186 Union Delivery Cement Products Most Anything that CAN be made of Concrete: BUILDING BLOCKS. PORCH COLUMNS, CHIMNEYS and TOPS, CISTERN and WELL TOPS, LAWN VASES JARDINEERS, BIRD BATHS, LAWN BENCHES, CEMENT TABLES, SIDEWALK SLABS, FENCE POSTS, CIRCLE BLOCKS for CISTERNS, CATCH BASINS, ETC. ELK Builders Supply Co. , Phone Blue 41 Perrysburg, Ohio. Let us lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you. CLAD2E H. SPECK Notary Public At Citizens Banking Co. Mr. Harold Hooper of Fos toria, was Mr. Donald Canneld's guest Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Dewland and Mrs. "vn. ,i -r,. m r -ir-ir ' "" -" J-. i-ewianci ana iv m Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilollen beek will spend Thanksgiving day in Toledo. Miss Julia Canfield will be a Thanksgiving dinner guest of Dr. D. R. Canfield and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Moser are guests for the day of Mr. and Mrs. J. Laney at North Baltimore, 0. Mr. A. B. Prey of "Whitehonse, is spending Thanksgiving day with Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Adamson will entertain at dinner today Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bishop and Mrs. "W. II. Bishop of Toledo. Mrs. R. MacLachlan and son John, have gone to Hudson, Mich., for an over Thaaikscivinir visit Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Yeager and with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lockwood. family will be dinner guests of Mr. i -. ,wl -,,- -n- ,, . nnrl Mrs lnnnr,1 ATWm- Sm,.lw ' Mh U,ld Thornton '"' Have gone to Blissheld, Mich., for PIGS FOR SALE Inquire of HENRY SCHALLER. FOR SALE. Seasoned stove wood. See or write Frank Farley, Rt. 2, Perrysburg. ild Mi, and Mrs. M. Mladenus and daughter Mildred, spent Sun day in Toledo with relatives. Miss Irene Clay is here from Oberlin. to finish the week with, her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clay. Mr. Clarence Hufford of Western Reserve, Cleveland, is home for an over Thanksgiving visit. Mrs. C. Brandhuber and Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffman of Toledo, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Louis Hoffman. Miss Anna Stewart has gone to Mt. Pleasant, Mich., for a fort night's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Haas. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Yeager and daughter Miss Madeline, were Sunday dinner guests, of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Fredericks at Maumee. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Byrne entertained Mr. James Frusher and Mi and Mrs. E. J. Spilker of Perrysburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shiuew and wife of Portage on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Trudeau and their daughter Mrs. C. Pisor, who has come from Columbus for a brief visit, will spend Thanksgiv ing day in Garrett, lnd., with Mr. Gerold Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Laing visited Miss Bertha Brand at To ledo, Sunday. Miss Mildred Higgins of Cleveland is spending the week with Mrs. C. Tippey. J. F. Byrne and wife called on their daughter Mrs. E. J. Spilker, on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Veiteli are guests for the dav of Mr. Alliwt Almendinger at Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. Lin hi or spent Sunday in Monclova with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lintner. Mrs. A. J. Conklin is having as a guest for a fortnight's stay Mrs. Geo. Iluber of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. DeVerna are spending Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Millio Bennington at Bowling Green. The Misses Glytana and Lu cille Tippey of this place, Mrs. J. C. Couturier of Toledo, and Mr. Jno. Higgins of Cleveland, left Saturday for Colorado Springs, Col., for a short visit with C. Tippey. The Ladies' Missionary Sor ciety of the Presbyterian church will hold their regular meeting with Miss Grace Hollenbeck on Wednesday, December 6 at 2:'J0 p. m. Miss Emma Swartz of To ledo, will be present and will read her report of the Synodical'meet ing. She has also a letter from Miss Bonine of Mexico. All are cordially invited to bo present. INSURANCE OP ANY DESCRIPTION. LIFE PHtE TORNADO ACCIDENT LIABDLITY AUTOMOBDLE PLATE GLASS SURETY BONDS Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Graves have gone to Archbold to attend a family dinner at the Johnson Worden home. -Miss Tina and Mr. C. Mc- lii over Thanksgiving visit with their mother Mrs. Minnie Pieplow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pubbs, Miss Editha Burnett and Mr. Harold Clark of Toledo, were Sun- Knight will spend Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris day in Toledo with Mr. and Mrs. Knerr. 1 TlCC? I?nin T O vi o !i nivnr7 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clav left Wednesday from Ohio State Uni- Saturday for Vermillion where versity for a week-end visit with they will remain for an over her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. A Thanksgiving visit with their, par ents ilr. and Mrs. G. oahl. Kazmaier. B. O'REILLY Gent's Tailoring Perrysburg, Phone Blue 33 E. J. Spilker and wife of this place, Alfred Swartz, wife and uaugnter iilsie, and Fred Binmker and wife of Oregon road, were J Sunday dinner guests at the home Ohio f "Win. Swartz and Hvifo of iLatchie. GEO. J. MUNGER Phone, Main 60. Bon, Black 55. FOR SALE! i acre of land with new one-story frame Bungalow, situated on Indiana Ave., only two blocks from school, at a bargain. House and lot on Second St. One of the best locations in Perrysburg, Ohio. A bargain for somo one. Cottage house and lot on Third St., one block from school. One acre with cottage house, fine fruit, macadam road. A fine home. One acre of land, brick house and plenty of fruit, four blocks from street car. GG0 acres, sand loam farm, in Mon clova Township, Lucas County, good buildings. M. B. COOK Real Estnto Agent Perrysburg, Ohio. " j The date of the minstrel show Real Folate Raro-flin t0 Le feriven hy the NeV Century ivcdi iridic Ddrgdinfc.iClub which was pubiislied for thJe ,n a T" nrst week in December, has been 40 Acres of good sand loam with pospoued until January, the exact house of 7 rooms and cellar. Barn. dato for which wiU ia a Good orchard and plenty of small fruit lttteP editon of tllis paper within 3 miles of Monclova. Horses, and cow and machinery, go for ?4,500. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Twining A bargain. are entertaining at Thanksgiving 59 Acres of fine corn, wheat and dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomp oats land. Good orchard, and house of son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred seven rooms. Small barn, corn cribs Fahrer, Mrs. F. G. Davenport, Mr. and other small buildings. Well tiled and Mrs. Ilenry Hufford and Mr. and in number one condition. Only Clarence nulford. half mile off of stone road and only) r, . . .-, a-u.cij 3 miles of Monclova. Price 873oi ' t?2 " .H-f '.Sfi? 6 Acres of fine land, well tiled, with "u"lw "" w" V A Tr., house of seven rooms. A good barn "B """ 1, r rYi T and chirfn hnRR. n n h ml. daughter Miss Mildred, Mr. cistern, and 30 large apple trees, 15 Vl ferJVi r l' X pear trees, peach, cherry and plum : M1" Mich. Mr. and trees and 200 grape vines in Perry,- VSp?S?rT ?clU'UU1 f 5' burs, for $3,800.00. v- Clark Johnson of Hpbart, and jiUi. uiiu iirs. .U.1.L1.UU.' uivuKLo uuu. I Miss Mable Frusher of this place. A. T. DEWLAND. Perrysburg. Ohio JS E. I. BROWN 1 8 S STAPLE GROCERIES' g FRUITS and VEGET h NUTS VEGETABLES FOLGER'S SMOKED MEATS 8 a J Rrach Whinnino' Crfnm Q "WJ """" JELKE OLEOMARGARINE PAGE'S BUTTER OKED MEATS fi FRESH SAUSAGE X MARINE O TER O always on hand. X S &z Phone 15 o oa) . L.