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ymtfm wmmmmmm s 6ee6666P6&&&ee6&get to ft m (0 Three Good Flesh Producers ( r h ; to fi 0 ft & 0 & to (I) to to to it) to to to to to m w to to to to to to to fit&xaMLi C0D LIVER OIL EMULSION Containing 40 per cent of the finest Cod Liver Oil with Hywophos- phites of Calcium Sodium and Potassum 50c and $1.1)0 REXALL WINE COD LIVER OIL This contains the -- nutritive and reconstructive principles of the emul sion, but is freed from, the grease, and to many is much . more palatable. Besid.cs containing Iron, v which enriches the blood, it contains Extract of Beef $1.00 REXALL OLIVE OIL EMULSION This is: about the same as the Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, except that.it contains Olive Oil instead of Cod Liver Oil. It is a fine all-round food tonic, palatable and easily digested. n T.i.i 01 nn ' m Bottle $1,00, Your money back if not satisfied when you buy R to () to to to to to to to aaaasaissassssa'aaasaasasssa x$ueaB&. smedicfti! You get the best accompanied with a money back guarantee. x Champney's Pharmacy The More Raisins Seeded and Seedless 13c per pkg, 2 for 25c Mince Meat 13c per pkg, 2 for 25c Jiffy Jell j 13c per pkg, 2 for 25c jyiacaroni, Spaghetti) Pure Swanton Buckwheat, McKenzie and Ballard Self-Rising, Compound Buckwheat "and wheat flour. Karo, Snow-drip and Everybody's Syrup. P. JEZZARD T --?- iff it There is but - One Sure Way To get money earn it; but one sure way money save it; but one sure way to Save Money bv systematic setting1 aside each week or to have month a portion ol your income and putting it to work in A Reliable Banking institution. We offer you our services. fo When It's Cold and Snowy to Don't run the risk of taking cold by coming to jK ifo the store. Pnbne your order to us. m w You will get the best groceries, at right prices, (0 )V. also prompt service. W w d? to Drugs delivered free with your grocery order. Q W (f D. G. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G. fi My, Nyal Quality Crug Store. )S jg Phono, Main 186 . fa H The Dorcas society held a very interesting meeting at the home of Mrs. G. W. Moser on Wednesday. For Rent Down stairs rooms of Morse flat, No. 348 Front street. Corner Pine and Front. Enquire D. M. Morse. STOCK FOR SALE A handsome, thoroughbred, four-year-old Holstein bull, at a bargain; two high grade Holstein heifer calves; fine pedigreed Poland China stock hogs; all for sale at the Lucas County Children's Home. 47f Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Walhridge leave Saturday for Montgomery, ""Ala-, to join Col. and Mrs. Geo. P. Grccnhngh. Mr. Walhridge will return in a week while Mrs. Wal hridge will remain for a longer stay. Mrs. Ernest Hoffman was hos tess to the memhers of her Five Hundred club on Thursday eve ning at her home on Fourth street. Miss Irene Hubhard of Toledo, scored high, receiving first prize, and Miss Esther Schleet received the booby. Very dainty refresh ments were served and the guests enjoyed a very pleasant evening. SPECIAL SALE For balance of Season on all Winter Hats -AT- Tlfrp y 'w w w' 'wtr'' rrrirvw w" .. U4lWHfWg Our Building: Blocks, are Guaranteed to be the Highest in Quality Design, -Finish and Durability "V We are prepared to fill orders lor Cement, (fresh and best g-ade), Sand, Limew , Posts, Sidewalks, Sewer Pipe. Ornamental Lawn Vases, Guaranteed Flexible Shingles, General Building Material. ELK Builders Supply Co. NPhone Blue 41 Pcrrysburg, Ohio. Let us lay that Cement or Concrete; walk for you. R05SBACH & HOFFriAN'S Cor. Main and Third Sts. Miss Margaret "Walsh spent ovcr-the week-end at Gygnet with her sister Mrs. George Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mills have named their infant son, horn Thursday, January the tenth, Rob ert "William. Miss Ella Webb has been spending the past week with Mrs. Emma Ellenberger. Mrs. Mary Starry of Toledo was a New Year's guest. Mrs. F. J. Champney came Friday from Chattanooga, Tcnn., after a short stay with her hus band, for a fortnight's visit with her father Mr. D. Lampman. u Lester. Stincline, aged 10, was badly injured while playing. lie attempted the favorite "belly flop" coasting when his sled be came stalled in the snow and ho slid off, striking his face on the edge of the icy crusted snow in such manner thrft the lower half of his nose was cut so badly that Dr. Canficld found it necessary to put in three stitches to connect the boy's face with his noser The lit tle fellow is doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grueshaber had as their guests Sunday Mr. Albert and Mnrtiii Schraum. M. P. Gorton and Miss Alwood were the guests Mrs. Florence of friends in Toledo over the week end. rThe "Woodman's installation will be indefinitely postponed. The date will be announced later. A-lfr. "Ward Hanson. vmwi: UNION DELIVERY 'QUALITY FIRST " We have some more of those extra good -tanned peas, corn, tomatoes, kidney beans, at 15c , SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Large cans tomatoes at 20c Pork and beans, very good, at 15c Sauer Kraut, canned, at 14c Another lot of tall red salmon, at ......26c Special tall pink salmon, at .'. 20c Three cans oil sardines, at .:,. 25c Special JBerdan'sXJouee' (steel cut) ...20c MONGER BROS Quality Meat Market S Phone Main 50 ,vwy Established 1879 Master Edward Dibling was removed Monday from the Flower hospital, Toledo, where he under went an operation on his eye. lie J Kentucky. is slowly regaining his sight, which was thought at first to he seriously impaired. To celebrate the seventy-ninth birthday anniversary of her. fa ther, Mr. Henry Bctz, Mrs. Geo. Williams entertained his children and grandchildren at dinner, Tues day evening. There were 33 seated at the tables. "I am Roincr." With this New Year's resolution annoimcemnt to his parents and friends, Carl Loth Mrs. D. VanHellen of Toledo called on Perrysburg friends. Mrs. Hazel Molding of Chi cago spent the week's end with her mother Mrs. E. Trombla. Mr. and Mrs. David Main have been entertaining as their guest the past week Mr. David Main, Jr., of Karnak, 111. Mr.. Leo Burch, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Burch, was one of the six of his company to be selected kfor the new Officers Training School to be held at Camp Taylor, Mr. Ghas. Finisher, who was operated upon recently by Dr. Merlin Bowers, is doing very fine. Miss May Ilennan had as her Week-end guest Miss Ccnia Small of Oherlin, O. Mr. A. E. Wallace and family of Scotch Ridge were thpf Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Roe. Mrs. Charles Hanson was the week-end guest of her sister Mrs. Wm. Brpiincr of Toledo. The day of harsh physics is gone. People want mild, easy laxatives. Doan'? Regules have satisfied thou thou' ids. 30c at all drug stores. Mrs. C. Webb nnd Miss Ella Webb were guests of friends in To ledo Thursday. A postal card from C. E. ' Mrs. AV. T. Samer of Beaver Stinebaugh, now in New Orleans, Dam, Ohio, is here for a two weeks informs us that the temperature in visit with her daughter Mrs. J. A. that city was down to 1G below. Ncitz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kazmaicr Mrs. Jno. Smeltzer left Tnes have had as guests the past week day for Los Angeles, California, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hemminger of where she will make her futre Windsor, Can., who married last home. Ilerh usband will join her Wednesday in that city. later. Mr. Dwight DeVerna is spend ing two weeks with his brother Mr. Chas. DeVerna of Milan, Mich., and Mr. Leonard DeVerna of Grass Lake, Mich. Mr. Austin Sheeby of Toledo andlVliss Glytana Tippie of Perrys burg were united in marriage on Wednesday, January 10, 1918, at St. Rose catholic churcb, Rev. J. B. Kiebel. Mr. Frederick Hanson of the nvov MiHstnil in tlio Avintinn flnvns JBoston aviation Corps, who is en- at Toledo. He is now at Fort JonS a brief furlough with his Thomas, Kentucky, and will soon parent m Toledo, vissted with his leave for Houston, Texas, for training in the Signal Corps work as radio operator, lie is enjoying aunt, Mrs. D. M. Morse of Perrys burg the first of the week. $300.00 down, balance as rent, camp life and his letters home arebuys a beautiful 7-room home, full of descriptions of it. Cloth- with built-in bookcase, desk, ing, food and quarters at the camp buffet and cabiuet, all oak finish, are of the best, which prove that Full basement, well, cistern and 6 ' r-, vs -E&ac. ESS&KSHs33rK3 often N IRRITABLE, fault finding disposition is . due to a disordered stomach. Amanwith eood digestion is nearly always good natured. A great niany have been permanently cured of stom ach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Try them. They only cost a quarter. 2Sas??s3siisaBcaa!eia s$ FtfffBFSTa SWSS "i- fc" r, & KG KES33k2?T sNggg?.' Uncle Sam is equal to the emerg- garage. ency. 40tf On Louisiana Ave. Fred,L. Mah'r. REPORT OF PERRYSBURG BANKING c-CO. hf ArA Hoannuavfovc rv. ii T w A.AW .iVUUUUUlVVIO vrx 0 Warner's Corsets and P. N. Corsets, both well known brands, $1.00 up. s N. BT. and Miami Corsets, GO cents. We always ave a good line of Hosiery for men, Women and Children. Gray and Khaki Yarn for sox, weather helmets and wrist bonds for the soldier boys, ?1.00 per hank. Heport of the condition of The Perrysburg Banking Company at Perrys burg, in the State of Onto, at the close of business December 31, 1017. RESOURCES. Loans on real estate $100,634.00 Loans on collateral 15,875.75 Other loaus and discounts 78,338 87 Overdrafts 3.47 XJ. S. Bonds not included in Reserve , none State, County and Municipal Bonds not included in Reserve 32,001.22 Premiums paid on United States; State and Municipal Bonds 465,32 Other bonds nnd Securities 400.00 Bankii g hous-and lot -. 10,500 00 1,000.00 076.00 none 25.00 Germantown and Saxpny Yarn, 25 cents per skein. We invite-you to our store. W.VJ. VEITCH wmmmmmmmmm&mmamum m m ij P3 In H n -J 1 Furniture and fixtures. Other Real Estate owned Due from other than Reserve banks, . Cash Items Due from reserve banks....; $ 48,054 09 Exchanges for Clearing House 2,800.01 Gold coin'. 440.00 - Silver and Fractional Coin 503.47 U. S. and Natlqnal Bams notes 2,331.00 I g 55,110.17 $301,047.80 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund . p 000.00 Undivided profits less expenses, Interest and taxes paid 5,134.80 Individual deposits subject to check $ 70,301.00 Time certificates of deposit 173.313,00 QnTrlnrra rinnnplta ' IfininRon Total deposits .'..., ' ..$352,813.00 "" $301,047 80 I, T. M. Franey. caslijer of the ahove named Perrysburg Banking Com pany, do solemnly swear that ine above Btawment is true to the best or my knowledge and belief. T. M. FRANEY State of Ohio, county of Wood, subscribed undworn to before me this 10th day of January, 1018. .',' M, B, COOK, Notary Public. ' J t Wood County, Ohio 'KiffTfflnBH1ffiffitiiirtt' - L-'iiitmwwiaTfrffWWMMg r Like Your Piano Your Motor Car May Get Out of Tune As you would employ a professional tuner to restore the harmony o( tone in the former, see that the even more intricate machinery of the latter is intrusted to those who know .what to do and how to do it. The Accurate Tuning of a Motor is no Job an Amateur 16809 iJ&V&y tQltflSlhSi 3) 4yJ W 31 3W 1 EXPERT REPAIRING LIABLE SUPPLIES-DEPENDABLE ACCESSORIES' r PARAGON GAS-OILS -BATTERIES for wgt FIRESTONE TIRES STORAGE AT REASONABLE RATES AUTO LIVERY-QUICK SERVICE HARPER BROS' GARAGE PHONE MAIN 123-2 RINGS PERRYSBURG O. 1 f -4 i w If. l f t i V , n.