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TH FERRYIBURfc JOURNAL
miuu,miijMa.bt I Don't Wear. Yourself Out I (1 WASHING YOUR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK ift ilt Use a Good Furniture Polish and Do It in One-Fourth (W y the Time Besides Preserving the Varnish j Ht it) ft ft vi ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M. O'CEDAR POLISH, LIQUID VENEER, CEDAR OIL POLISH, RUBY GLOSS POLISH (0 O'Cedar Mops 75c and $1.00 f$ Cedar Oil Mops 75c and $1.25 Q Johnson's Prepared Wax for Autos and Floors m Johnson's Cleaner n Champney's Pharmacy m The 4iGdUL Store m WATCH OUR WINDOWS. GOODS OF QUALITY h a-aaaassaaaaa-aasaasa-aae -Mr. Geo. Roosc left Wednes day for Oberlin, after having spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roose. Miss Lillian Broka, principal of the high school at Schoolcraft, Mich., is spending her Easter vaca tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broka. PERRYSBURG MARKET. Corrected every Wednesday noon by the Perrysburg Grain & Seed Co. No. 2 red wheat 1 75 No. i white wheat 1.70 Ear Corn 1.H8 OatB 05 Barley - no Rye 76 PRODUCE Egga - 2S Butter 32 Lard 18 CATTLE AND HOGS Corrected every Wednesday noon by Munger Bros. Steers 03 to .10 Cows 03 to .05 Calves 07 to .11 Hogs 00 to.M Lambs 00 to .114 Hides 14 Tallow - .01 POULTRY Turkeys 18 to .20 Chickens 14 to .21 Old Roosters 11 Mrs. M. U. .Terrett was in To ledo, Friday, the guest of friends. Mrs. Ralph Grimes had as her guest, Saturday, Miss Edna Schramm, of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barbcau, of Toledo, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller," of Ilaskins, were guests at the Geo. Emmerich home, Sunday. Mrs. Frances Schufelt and children, of Toledo, were guests at the Chris Kncrr home, Sunday. Miss Addie Shipman spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Geo. De Vernn, at Milan, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Donaldson, of Akron, Ohio, will spend Easter with Mrs. Donaldson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Phillips. Mrs. Howard Egglcston and daughter, Helen, and Mrs. W. W. Olcott, of Toledo, were guests, Thursday, of Mrs. R. P. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kccgan were recent guests of Mrs. Kccg an 's sister, Mrs. Chas. Robertson, of Defiance, O. if Onion Sets, 20c per quart Six 5c Packages for 25c. Bulk Seed Peas, Beans and Corn. Oranges per doz 25c. 30 cent Choice Coffee 20c. Sole Leather 15 and 20 cents per pair. Strips of Leather 20c to $1.25. SATURDAY SPECIAL 1 0 lbs Granulated Sugar 88c. F. JEZZARD irmmnpi H UNION DELIVERY 'QUALITY PD2ST' 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 Sauer Kraut and Heinz Dill Pickles. Also Heinz new Apple Butter and Ketchup. We believe we can please you. Let us try it. M FISH EVERY FRIDAY MUNGER BROS Established 1879 Phone Main 50 w w g7 B&!im2S8X'y:!xy::f.zw 14 When You Clean House this spring you may need some new curtains. We have a largo stock of Curtain Goods, Filet, Etamine, Marquisette, Scrim, Madras. Prices from 10 to 35 cents. Filet Curtains S2.00 per pair. New white Dress and Shirt Waist goods, also Long Cloth, Birdseye Cotton, Shrunk Cotton, Indian Head Linen, Batiste, Muslin, India Linen, Nainsook, at reasonable prices, also Sheeting in 2 and 24 yd widths, Pillow Tubing, Sheets and Pillow Cases. Wo can show you a good line if you give us an opportun ity. Give us'a call. T J W. J. VEITCH &&22l Mrs. Geo. Eckel and daugh tcr wore guests of friends in To ledo, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kccgan had as their guest, Sunday, Mrs. Kccgnn's sister, Miss Fording, of Toledo. Miss Margaret Shipman, from Weston, was the week-end guest of her grandmother, Mrs. John Guilder. Mrs. Bert Kinsley is spending the week in Britton, Mich., the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. J. Drchcr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reed and family, of Toledo, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thornton. Miss Lcona Kiefer was a Sun day guest at the Fred P. Rosshach home. Mrs. Ed Fitzgerald spent Tues day in Toledo, the guest of Hrs. Ed Clcgg. Miss Cora Kncrr had as guests Wednesday, Mrs. D. Clark and children, of Toledo. Mrs. M. B. Cook had as her house guest Inst week, Mrs. Wil liam Crankor, of Toledo. Wanted Girl to assist with housework for family of three. No washing. Inquire Journal. 7tf Mr. Clarence Eberly is in Ft. Wayne, Ind., for a week's stay with his brother, Dr. Carl Ebcrly. Mrs. Warren McCoy comes Friday from Detroit, Mich., for a short stay with relatives. Mr. Mc Coy will join his wife for over Easter. Mrs. B. J. Spilker, Mrs. Thos. Friisher and Mrs. Frank Sliincw, of Portage, were guests at the J. F. Byrnes home, Friday. Miss Irene Clay returned to Oberlin, Wednesday, having spent Mrs. C. A. Hampton had for the past week with her parents, luncheon guests, last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clay. Miss Gertrude Grim, Miss Adc- Supl. J. A. Neitz was in Wau- laklc Dnhn aud Miss F"ccs Ad scon, Saturday, attending the ams, of Toledo. Northwestern Ohio Association of For hcl. sisicl. Mvs. Emma Superintendents and Principals. ,, , , , . , , , 1 L Norton, who has just returned Mrs. L. II. Harbauci', Mrs. A. from a several years' stay in Cali- J. Boote and Mrs. Wm. Cochrs, of' fornia, Mrs. Edward Priest cntcr- Tolcdo, were guests, Tuesday, of, tuincd very informally, Monday their mother, Mrs. J. G. Hoffman. ' afternoon. , to (t vl) iti to to to to to to to to to 4 I II v; until! xjm 1 JUiuvu iu JL'UllMSll IIIU a TABLE SUPPLIES f$ For Your tt EASTER DINNER ffli We will have the best the market affords and at fl; reasonable prices. hy We also have Egg Dyes and Colorite. (JV, f' Drugs delivered free with your grocery order. f 'fVi nr. whitf.hr An pl n m . w. .. ... , .... m. .wyai yuaircy jurug a tore. ij Phono, Main 1 86 Union Delivery X ssssssssS'Sssss-ssssatSrSd duct S 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 Cemcnl or Concrete walk for you. fcA ,-.. Money in the bank is a strong foundation to build upon. Not all of us can be rich, but each of us can better his condition. Saving steady and persistent will accomplish wonders. Open an Account with us today with whatever amount you can spare ; then add to it as opportunity permits. A foundation for start ing some substantial business or a competence for old age will result. Mr. Fred Schwind, of Toledo, was in town, Sunday, calling on friends. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic constipa tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily. 25c a box at all stores. Mr. Herbert Rocthcr, of Ann Arbor, Mich., comes Friday for an over-Easter vacation with his par ents, Dr. and Mrs. II. Roether. For Miss Cenia Small and Miss Mildred Williams, who arc home from Oberlin for the Easter vaca tion, Miss May Ilennan entertain ed at dinner, Saturday evening. Both girls returned to Oberlin on Wednesday. Mr. Alfred Witzlcr was in Howe, hid., over the week-end, for a visit with his son, 'Charles, who is attending school at the Home Military Academy, lie returned Monday, accompanied by his son, who will spend the Easter vacation with his parents. If you wefo to have a firo to 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, Mr. Raymond Bayer went to Adrian with a party of Toledo friends, to take part in a Minstrel show. The Misses Lena and Flora Kleupfel had as their house guests over Saturday and sundad, Mas Lois Kazmaier. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held Tuesday af ternoon at 2:30 at the Evangelical Church. This is a very important, meeting and all members arc urged to be present. Miss Clara Spilker and Mr. Ray Spilker came Thursday from O. S. U. Columbus, to spend the Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Spilker. Miss Clara brought with her as a guest. Miss Bernicc Kaylor. Muscle Soreness Relieved. Unusual work, bending and lifting or strenuous exercise is a strain on the muscles, they become sore and stiff, you are crippled and in pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you quick relief, easy to apply, it penetrates without rub bing and drives out the soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner than mussy plas ters or ointments, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Always have a bottle handy for the pains, aches of rheumatism, gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffness, backache and all ex- tcrnal pain. At your druggist, 25c. RALPH T. BRITTEN AUCTIONEER Graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneering. Phone Red 104 Pkimiyshuko, O Mr. Edwin Fitzgerald, of To ledl), was the guest of Mr. Olin Phillips, Sunday. Miss Esther Broka was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. England, of Bowling Green. B. O'REILLY Gent's Tailoring1 Perrysburg, " - Ohio Phone Blue 33 REAL ESTATE. Mi, and Mrs. A. J. Boote and children, Virginia and Arthur, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. J. Hoff man. Mrs. Ed Hufford, who is visit ing at the home of her father, Mr. John Crankor, was in Detroit, Mich., the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ilennan have come from Detroit, Mich., to make Perrysburg their future home. At present they are staying with Mr. and Mi's. Frank Ilennan. The remains of Edgar Hamp ton, who died recently in Los An geles, Cal., -will be brought to Per rysburg, Friday night, accompan ied by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fink beincr. The body will be taken to the home of his father, Mr. C. A. Hampton., whore services will be held Saturday morning, April 7th, at 10 o'clock, Rev. Daniel Carter of the M. E. church officiating. In terment will be at Ft. Meigs cemetery. FOR SALE. GEO. J. MUNGER Anything in Insurance. Phone, Main 60, Boa , Black 65. One acre, with cottnge house, fine fruit, macadam road, good location, will make n fine home for some one. Vacant lot on Front street, 110 ft. frontage, one of the rare bargains on Front street for a building site. "10 acres of good land, 350 bearing peach trees, small fruit, located on Smith Stone Road, near Lime City, Wood Co., Ohio. House and lot on Second street, good location, only one block from street car. Lot C0xlG5 ft. Ram and other buildings, at a bargain if taken soon. 52 ncres, good corn land, good black soil. Good house, lurgo barn. Well tiled nnd fenced. Very productive and will be sold at a bargain, considering quality of land and location. Also 70 acres of sandy lonm near Business Corners on Stato road. I M. B. COOK Real Estate Agent. Perrysburg, Ohio. Real Estate Bargains. House on Second street, has 7 rooms, cellar and all modern im provements. Lot GGxlG5. Price right for quick sale. Eighty acres of fine land: fail- house, good barn and other build ings. Good orchard. Only one mile from Monelova. A. T. DEWLAND. Perrysburg, Ohio The Perrysburg Realty Co. offer the following valuable property for sale : Tliree two-flat houses, Front St., modern. Two fine homes on Front St. One hotel on Third, modern. Ono new seven-room dwelling on Second, modern, hard wood finish. All paying 8 per cent on investment. Twenty-two fine building lots on Front St. Eighteen fine building lot3 on Second St. A fine building lot on Second, near Main St. One thousand acres in Wexford Co., Mich., cheap. For information see PERRYSBURG REALTY CO., Front St., Hillebrand Bldg. List your property with us. GEO. M. PARKS UNDERTAKER Complete Motor Equipment No. 213-15 Main St., Toledo, O. Phones Bell Navarre 40 Home River 40 laimTiwri-aT-iHtnjmrrnrivffnujatagnres p53ffig?S3 sa S5SSgSSOffi ft 9 BROWN I Dealer in I) Fancy Groceries and Vegetables San Marto Coffee 1$ Royal Garden Teas Ferry and Rice Garden Seeds, b ? Distributor for Mrs. Sutter's Home-Madc Bread ' 9 v 8 W 10 Cent Loaf for 10 Cents $? Phone 15 SSS i. L -A ,.