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THH PERRYBBURQ JOURNAL
KM SjvgKyj frefcSSfcfc!&6Sfc&S&eS:: ftT - -, fw Be Sure They Get 0 id Onion Sets Garden Seeds u "trBmmm (0 to to to to to i 1 QjL-i w m to to Early Ohio and Carmen jj -M J M . Mt .a. & fn m to to to to i jloou outri The first week is the Critical time with LITTLE CHICKS Give them (). CCU A UldlUC!, to to to Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. to to $ Conkey's Buttermilk Starting Food to VJ IAIIU U1GU ,IIUIIV,,0 -. llTlllg UUU UCbUllllllg OUUllg M are very mucn increasea. 25 and 50c per pkg. to to to to to to 0 to"; : : to vnampney s pnarmacy to SSL WATCH OUR WINDOWS. GOODS OF QUALITY ytj 3XiXB(D(IX5XDaXiX'X&GX Harper Bros.' Oarage i Day and Night Service CARS REPAIRED PARAGON GAS FREE AIR When in trouble call for our service car and we will give prompt attention. Phone, Main 1232 Rings Third Street, Half Block Off Main Street I PERRYSBURG OHIO K03XiXiXiSXsX$XBSGXB3)3)ffi( Leydorf. Market HEINZ'S BAKED BEANS SPAGHETTI And PURE MUSTARD (Bulk) FRESH EGGS FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY Phone your order and we will deliver .C. C. LEYDORF I L GARDEN SEEDS Six 5c Packages for 25c Bulk Seed Peas, Beans and Corn. Candies 15 and 20c per lb Oranges per doz 1j, 20,30c. Choice Bulk Coffee 20c Can Peas 15c Can Corn I5c Boned Herring twenty cents per pound Salmon per can 18, 21 and 25c- Sole Leather 15 and 20 cents per pair. Strips of Leather 20c to $1.25. SATURDAY SPECIAL 1 0 lbs. Granulated Sugar, $1. P. JEZZARD UNION DELIVERY QUALITY FIRST" I 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. Heinz new Apple Butter and Ketchup. We believe we can please you. Let us try it. FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY MUNGER BROS Phone Main BO Established 1879 ' " "- - "h "- - "' -r "- - - """ "- "- We Have a Good Selection of a U i M Childrens Wash Suits Dresses and Rompers SHIRT WAISTS-Silk or Cotton WARNER CORSETS MUNSING UNION SUITS Latest Styles of Dress Goods for Summer Use. W. J. VEITCH wmmMMemmmmmmm ! n Remember! Your Money gets into a Bank whether you put it there or dot. Ii you spend all some successful man deposits your money. Open a Bank Account. You will be surprised to find how short a time it takes to accumulate o surplus. We Welcome Your Account. Mrs. Lena Frautsehi of Ross ford spent Thursday at the Geo. Lober home. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spitzer have opened their summer home in Perrysburg. Dr. and Mrs. Bert Kinsley en tertained a party of Toledo friends at dinner Sunday evening. Mr. Park Braymer of Akron, 0., was the guest over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Burch. Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Rossbaeh and son, Robert, were guests at the Chas. Rossford farm Sunday. Mr. Harry Sprengc was in Findlay Sunday in the interest of the Layman's Missionary Move ment. Mrs. Warren McCoy of De troit, Mich., was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Fred Ilillabrand, the first of the week. Miss Lulu Powers of Ypsi lanti, Mich., was home over the week-end for a visit with her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cor nelius of Toledo spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cornelius. Mr. and Mrs. Val. Schwind, Jr., and family and Mrs. Lena Bowers were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Schwind on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kazmaier and daughter, Viola, and Mrs. B. F. Guilder were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isch of Mo line. j Mrs. Will Wittec and son, Harry, of Waterville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tubbs, Mrs. Dennis Clarke and daughter, Virgie, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnett and daughter, Edytha, of Toledo, were guests Sunday at the Chris Kncrr home. Mr. Henry Strickland died on April 12th at the home of his son in Hastings, Michigan. He leaves to mourn his departure Mrs. E. Trombley of this city ; Mrs. Henry Newton of Toledo; Mrs. William Allen of Kalamazoo, Michigan; Nathan Strickland of Bay City, Michigan, and many friends. He was an old resident of this locality. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vietch had as their guest Sunday Mrs. Mc Roy of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilde and children of Toledo, were guests at the Henry Wilde home Sunday. Mrs. Bert Kinsley had as her guests Monday Mrs. L. W. Slien- licrd and Mrs. Moore of Toledo. Rcv. C. W. Weltmcr and fam ily were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keller of Mo line. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry and John Louis were guests of Mrs. L. A. Barbeau of Toledo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grucshaber had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brossia, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brossia and baby. Guests at the Geo. Emcrich home Sunday were Mrs. Emcrich 's brother, Mr. Geo. Wenig, and soif? Harry, and his grandson, Mclvin, I f rri..j Mr. and Mrs. R. MacLachlan had as guests over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Asa Coppins and son, Gerald, and Mrs. MacLnchlan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lockwood, all of Hudson, Mich. Mrs. Benjamin LeJcunc of New Kensington, Pa., has come to make her future home with her daughter, Mrs. Pat Dowling. Mrs. R. A. Denmott came with her mother to be the guest of her sis ter for some time. The annual meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of Maumee Presbytery will be held in the First Westminster church of Toledo, Wednesday and Thurs day, May 2nd and 3rd. The ses sions begin at 9 :00 a. m. and 1 :00 p. m. Mrs. R. S. Edwards of Can ton, China, will speak Wednesday afternoon and also Wednesday evening, at 7:30. On Thursday, Mrs. D. E. Wiber, who conducted a missionary study class in Perrys burg, will speak, both afternoon and evening. All women are cor dially invited. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic constipa tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily. 25c a box at all stores. m to to Drugs delivered free with your grocery order: g U. U. WHITEHEAD, Pfa.G. ffi (J Nyal Quality Drug Store H( $ Phono, Main 186 Union Delivery g Cement Products Most Anything that CAN be made of Concrete: BUILDING BLOCKS, PORCH COLUMNS, CHIMNEYS and TOPS, CISTERN and WELL TOPS, LAWN VASES JAltDINEERS, 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. WANTED Vivn .,, fn,. Ohio territory. Up to ij;40() per month. Weeklv 11.1V. Stnnln linn Easily sold. Invcstisrntn. f"UT- TRAL PETROLEUM CO., Clove- land, Uiuo. Rev. Murbnugh of Michigan, who is visiting his parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Jacob Murbaugh, occu pied the pulpit Sunday morning at the Evangelical church. The sad news was received on Thursday, April 19th, by relatives here of the death of Mr. Fred Bauer, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schwind, of Rochester, New York, formerly of Perrysburg. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Anderson, S. B. ; Ehendn. Thea- dorn; Flcemmcr, Francis; Graham, Robert W.; Johnson, Ralph W., 7; Jacck, Miss Frances; Josephus, Ada; Seiling, Merlin. FURNITURE FOR SALE. One oak parlor stand, one oak bedroom suite, one mattress, ono all-steel spriiiK. one leather couch. jone mahogany commode, one i birdseye maple commode, one ma I bogany music cabinet, one mahog any sofa, live rockers, one iron bed, one body brussels rug, size 11-3x13-6, one axminster carpet, size 12xlS, one brussels carpet, size j-ixia, two ingrain carpets, one chicken house, one one-horse plow. 10a W. A. FINKBEINER. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Moscr were guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Kuhn of Bowling Green, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hayes on April the 19th a baby boy, and on April the 20th to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knltcninark (nee Miss Myra Amon) of Elyria, O., an infant son. B. O'REILLY Gent's Tailoring Perrysburg, - Ohio Phone Blue 33 REAL ESTATE. T-O-R-N-A-D-0 spells DESTRUC TION. T-O-R-N-A-D-0 P-0-L-I-0-Y spells PROTECTION. ARE YOU PROTECTED? The cost is little the protection is great. FOR SALE. See me today, GEO. J. MUNGER General Insurance. Phone, llais 50. Boa, Block 55. One acre, with cottage house, fine fruit, macadam road, good location, will make a flno home for some one. Vacant lot on Front street, 110 ft. frontage, one of the rnre 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 ana lot on becond street, good location, only one block from street car. Lot GGxlOS ft. Barn and other buildings, ut a bargain if taken soon. 52 acres, good corn land, good black soil. Good house, large barn, Well tiled and fenced. Very productive and vill be sold at a bargain, considering quality of land and location. Also 70 acres of sandy loam near Business Corners on State road. M. B. COOK Real Estato Agent Pcrrysburi;, Ohio. The Perrysburg Realty Co. offer the following valuable property for sale : Three two-flat houses, Front St., modern. Two fino homes on Front St. One hotel on Third, modern. One new seven-room dwelling on Second, modern, hard wood finish. All paying 8 per cent on investment. Twenty-two fine i building lots on Front St. Eighteen ' fine building lots 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. Real Estate Bargains. House on Second street, has 7 rooms, cellar and all modern im provements. Lot 66x165. Price right for quick sale. . GEO. M. PARKS UNDERTAKER Complete Motor Equipment Eighty acres of fine land: fair house, priori Vinvn nurl ntlini" lmilrl. ings. Good orchard. Only one No' 213"15 Mam St" Toledo' - mile from Monclova. L Phones A. T. DEWLAND. ' Bell Navarre 40 Home River 40 i Perrysburg, Ohio E. I. BROWN Dealer in b Fancy Groceries and Vegetables h San Mario Coffee q Royal Garden Teas 8 Ferry and Rice Garden Seeds, g 4 S Distributor for Mrs. Sutter's Homc-Made Bread X 10 Cent Loaf for 10 Cents V Phone 15 oqS i i.