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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
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Pcruna.. 83c
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound 75c
Fletchers Castoria... 25c
Swamp Root 83c
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Pinex . -15c
Stewarts Dyspepsia Tablets 83c
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Vinol S1.00
California Syrup of Figs 42c
Tanlac S1.00
Horlick's Malted Milk 90c
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" " " Hospital size S3 25
Mellins Food G5c
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Champney's Pharmacy
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS. GOODS OF QUALITY 4ft
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Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Comstock
had as their house guest last week,
Mrs. R. II. Comstock of St. Louis,
Mich. '
Mrs. W. C. England of Bowl
ing Green was the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry j
Broka over Sunday. I
PERRYSBURG MARKET.
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
the Perrysburg Grain & Seed Co.
No. 2 red wheat 1.75
No. ! white whe.it 1.70
Ear Corn l.Jio
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Barley....: -.: 00
Rye 00
PRODUCE
Egga 3
Butter 38
Lard 14
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Munger Bros.
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POULTRY
Turkey?
Chickens
Old Roosters.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton
spent Monday in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mr. W. P. Ilund is again con
nected with the Starr Piano Co. of
Toledo.
FOR SALE Young Jcrsey
Holstein cow with calf by side.
WM. SIMON, Roachton.
Mr. G. W. Stickles of Toledo
was a guest Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Kazmaier, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. "Will Broka and
son, Sherman, spent Sunday with
Mr. Broka 's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Broka.
Miss Edna Artz and Miss
Matilda Keller were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. Elvin
and Jacob Emch.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Barton had
as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Egglcston, Mr. aiid Mrs.
Geo. "Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Warmer,
Mik s Keglev and Mr. James Clegg,
all of Toledo.
1 FOR SALE One 244-egg incu
bator, one 144-egg incubator, one
heated brooder, one No. 12 DeLaval
cream separator, one registered
Jersey cow and one registered Jer
sey bull. Fred Loomis.
Fresh Buckwheat Flour, AA lbs 35c, 10 lbs 70c.
Rolled Oats, 10 nnd 25 cents per pkg.
Bulk Coffee 20o per lb.
Syrup 10, 25 and 50c per can.
Lenox Soap 7 bars 25c. Toilet Soap 5c, 3 for 10c
Trilby Soap 10c, 3 for 25c.
Cold Dust 5 and 2sc pkg.
Orauges, 20 and 25 cents per doz.
Raisins 10c per lb and 15c per pkg.
Assortment of Jelly '0c per tumbler.
Bread 10c per loaf.
Saturday Special.
Granulated Sugar, 10 lbs, 73c.
F. JEZZARD
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.
Mr. Elmer Swartz is on the sick
list.
When baby suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
way and it is safe for children. 50c a
box at all stores.
Mrs. Phil Murphey of Toledo
spent Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Walter Perry.
Mr. Harry Comstock of Tiffin
was in town Thursday, the guest
of his percnts, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Comstock.
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UNION DELIVERY
'QUALITY FIRST'
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Established 38 years ago
THE MEAT MARKET OF QUALITY
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
We also carry the famous Heinz (57 varieties) line
of pure food products.
Just received and opened Heinz Saucr Kraut and
Heinz Dill Pickles.
Also Heinz new Apple Butler and Ketchup.
We believe we can please you. Let us try it.
MUNGER BROS
Phone Main 50
Established 1879
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FINCK'S DETROIT SPECIAL OVERALLS
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We have at nil times t good line of
Shirt Waists
Cotton and Silk.
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Warner Corsets, $ 00, $1.25, $2,00.
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Which way are you going? Are you saving or are you
Running Behind?
You Can't begin to go forward financially until you leam
to save your money.
An account at this Hank is a long step
Forward
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NYAL'S
Winter Cough Syrup
for Grips and Colds
Drugs delivered free with your grocery order.
WHITEHEAD, Ph. G.fg
Phono, Main 18 6V Union Delivery
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Cement Products
Most Anything that CAN be made of Concrete:
BUILDING BLOCKS, PORCH COLUMNS, CHIMNEYS
and TOPS, CISTERN and WELL TOPS, LAWN VASES
JARDINEERS, BIRD BATHS, LAWN BENCHES,
CEMENT TABLES, SIDEWALK SLABS,
FENCE POSTS, CIRCLE BLOCKS
for CISTERNS, CATCH
BASINS, ETC.
ELK Builders Supply Co.
Phone Blue 41 Perrysburg, Ohio.$
Let us lay that Cement or Concrete walk for you.
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CONTRACTORS
LET ME GIVE YOU PRICES ON THE ELECTRIC"
WIRING OF YOUR SPRING WORK OR ANY
OTHER YOU HAVE ON HAND.
ELECTRICAL .CONSTRUCTION
POWER AND LIGHTING
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MAUMEE, OHIO
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MILK AND CREAM
YOU WANT
Call Main 154
HOMEVOOD DAERY
F. S. LOOMIS
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schneider
and family were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schneider.
Mrs. Warren McCoy, of De
troit, Mich., was the guest of rela
tives in Perrysburg the fore part of
the week.
Mrs. Louise Hoffman and
grandchildren, Merlin and Norman,
were guests on Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Hoffman of Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Donalson,
of Akron, O., have been the guests
for a few days of Mrs. Donalson 's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred nenry, who
are spending the winter in Florida,
write to their home friends that
they are perfectly satisfied with
their strawberries and sunshine and
do not envy us our cold winds.
Mrs. Austin Phillips is in To
ledo for the week the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Leslie.
Mr. Ward Hanson was in
Bowling Green Saturday where he
attended the Teachers' Institute
and visited relatives.
Mr. Frank Curtis, who has
been at Mt. Clemens, Mich., taking
bahs for rheumatism, is home anil
vfeiy much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warns and
1 son, virgu, 01 tslisstieia, Jiicu.,
were Sunday guests of Mr. Warns'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Warns.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gallicr. of
Bowling Green, and Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Meeker and son, Daniel, of
Toledo, were guests of Mrs. Kath
ryn Meeker on Sunday.
B. O'REILLY
Gent's Tailoring
Perrysburg,
Phone Blue 33
Ohio
Mrs. Harry Thomas and Mrs
C. A. McCabe, of Maumee, spent
Wednesday in Toledo,
Mrs. Del Simmons and daugh
ter, Ruth, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Grimes.
The Loyal Daughters' Sunday
School Class of the E. V. church
will hold their regular meeting
Friday evening at Bellmont Farm.
The Dorcas Society of Presby
terian church will hold their regu
lar meeting Friday afternoon. Feb
ruary the twenty-third in tin
church parlors. The meeting vill
be in the form of a Washington
Birthday Tea to which each m'iii
Ihh is privileged to bring one guest.
Hostesses for the afternoon will be
Mrs. Pheley, Mrs. Craig, Miss Pow
ers and Miss Modenvell.
Mrs. R. P. Barton spent Wed
nesday in Toledo the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Howard Eggleston.
j Mr. and Mrs., Lawrence Ryder
I of Luckey, O., who intend to move
jfrom their present location, were
1 pleasantly surprised by friends and
neighbors on Wednesday evening.
'The fore part of the evening was
I spent with games and music after
I which refreshments were served. At
a very late hour the guests departed
after wishing Mr. and Mrs. Ryder
1 good luck in the future home.
Real Estate Bargains.
AUTO DRIVERS TAKE NOTICE.
of your storage batteries. Don't
let them run down and freeze.
Batteries will freeze 20 degrees
I above zero if run down.
I We are prepared to recharge
'and repair all makes of storage
batteries, magnetos and coiL
PERRYSBURG GARAGE.
G. W. Moser, Prop.
One and one-quarter acres of
land with house of 7 rooms, 12
large apple trees and plenty ofi
other small fruit. Can have elec-1
trie lights, sewer and city water.
Only 3 blocks of street car. I
House on Second street, has 7
rooms, cellar and all modern im
provements. Lot G6xlGf5. Price
right for quick sale.
RALPH T. BRITTEN
AUCTIONEER
Graduate of Jones Natioual School of
Auctioneering.
Phone Ilea 10-1 I'ehhysjiuiiu, O
If you were to have a fire to-1
night, would you have that feeling
of satisfaction at knowing that
you were insured?
If not you had better do it to
day, the cost is so small it is folly
to go uninsured.
I am yours' to command,
FOR SALE.
GEO. J. MUNGER
Anything in Insurance.
, Phono, Main 50. Eos, Black 55.
One acre, with cottage house, fine
fruit, macadam road, good location,
will make a finu homo for some one.
Vacant lot on Front street, 110 ft.
frontage, ono of the rare bargains on
Front street for a buildinc: site.
D2 acres of fine corn lund, good black
soil, well tiled, yery productive, good
house, large barn, with several ad
ditiihw, 3 miles west of Waterville.
This is an opportunity for some one
and will sell at a bargain if taken soon.
10 acres of good land, 350 bearing
pe-ich trees, small fruit, located on
Smith Stone Koad, near Lime City,
Wood Co., Ohio.
'10 acres of sand loam land, fair
buildings, young orchard, mile from
stone road and 1!1 milc3 from Toledo.
Good for general h'rmtng or would
make a good truck farm, at a bargain.
M. B. COOK
Real Estate Agent. Perrysburg, Ohio,
Eighty acres of fine land; fair
house, good barn and other build
ings. Good orchard. Only one
mile from Monelova.
A. T. DEWLAND.
Perrysburg, Ohio
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GEO. M. PARKS
UNDERTAKER
Complete Motor Equipment
No. 213-15 Main St., Toledo, O.
Phones
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