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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, September 06, 1918, Image 5

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FROM the flower gardens of all the
world, from India and France, Guiana
and England, the Holy Land and Italy,
were gathered the fragrances that go
into the making of Jonteel, the New
Odor of Twenty-six Flowers.
Yet never before has a talc of this
quality sold at a price so low.
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Jonteel 50c
Talc Jonteel
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Cream Jonteel
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Champney's Pharmacy
TJte 1il&xaJ!JL Store
THE WAY TO GET 100
of satisfaction and service out of your motor car at all
times, is to have it regularly taken care of by people who
are familiar with all the ills a car is heir to
It's the sensible and economical way.
MAKE IT YOUR WAY
WITH US AS THE PEOPLE
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FYPFRT REPAIRING
RELIABLE SUPPLIES-DEPENDABLE ACCESSORIES
PARAGON GAS-OILS -BATTERIES
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STORAGE AT REASONABLE RATES
AUTO LIVERY-QUICK SERVICE
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PHONE MAN 123-Z RirKSS hehhysbumu o.
The first care of the depositor should be the
Safety of the Bank.
The first care of the bank should be the
Safety of the Depositor.
It is o,ur care for the safety of the depositor that has
earned the confidence of those whose first care is
Safety.
$ D. C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G. S
jjj Nyal Quality Drug Store. j
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Our Building Blocks
ARE GUARANTEED TO BE THE HIGHEST IN
QUALITY, DESIGN, FINISH AND DURABILITY ,
We are prepared to fill orders for
Cement, (fresh and best grade) , Sand, Lime,
Posts, Sidewalks, Sewer Pipe, Ornamental
Lawn Vases, Guaranteed Flexible Shingles,
General Building Material.
ELK Builders Supply Co.
Phone Blue 41
Perrysburg, Ohio
CIDER The Moline Cider Mr. Ray Zachman is moving
Mill will commence running on his family to Toledo. . ,
Wednesday, September 4,1918, and Mr. Geo. Mericle spent over,
will be in operation every Wednes- Labor Day with Mr. N. D. Curtis'
day during the entire season. Ed. at Wolf Lake, Mich. I
Isch, Moline, Ohio. 28b The Misses Helen Bayer and
Mr. and MA. R. C. Yoder Ethel 'Frumpy were guests of Miss
entertained relatives from Indiana Dorothy Seeholzer of Toledo Sun
on Sunday last. day and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brentou Taylor Mr. R. II. Thornton of Akron,
of Toledo were over Sunday guests 0.,and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thorn
at the J. McClure home. ton'and family of Waterville spent
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilde and over Labor Day with their father
family spent Sunday with their Mr. John Thornton.
parents .Mr. and Mrs. nenry The Misses Main-. Nellie and
Helen Weichel of Sandusky were
guests at the Henry Wilde home
the first of the week.
Mrs. Fred Scheider's guest of
the past week, her brother Mr.
Win. Marti, has returned to his
home at Elkhart, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kleekamp,
Mi Geo. Kleekamp and Miss Anna
Labenthal, of Ypsilanti, Were
over-Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mi's. Louis Hillabrand.
Lconidas Hoffman came from
Camp Custer Saturday for an over
Labor Day visit with his family.
He was accompanied by his friend,
Ed. Loelh, also of Camp Custer.
. This afternoon Miss Madeline
Yeager is entertaining a group of
young friends at her home on
Fourth street for the pleasure of
Mrs. Charles Crawford, a bride of
last week.
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UNION DELIVERY
"QUALITY FIRST"
For the Best
In Meats and Staple Groceries
You Should Try
MUNQER BROS
We are Offering a Special on Canned Goods
this week
This Week Only
Qaeen Anne or Climax Soap-10 bars 65c
Quality Meat Market
Phone Main BO Established 1870
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We have a good line of
SWEATERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BOYS' PANTS AND WAISTS
GIRLS' DRESSES
CHILDREN'S SHOES
Also other things needed to get the children ready
for school
FELT SERVICE FLAGS One star, 80c; 2 stars, 85c.
Store open Thursday and Saturday evenings.
W. J. VEITCH
Wilde.
The Misses Anna Eckle and
Gertrude Wilson were Sunday
guests of Mrs. J no. Caseman of
Maumee.
Mrs. J. R. Robertson and Mrs.
Roy Black of Fremont is visiting
at the C. W. Robertson home. Mr.
J. R. Robertson is a guest of Mr.
Wm. Pence.
- Mr. Frank Hoover of Pitts
burg, Pa., and Mr. Ira Hoover of
Chicago were' recent guests of
th'eir mother, Mrs. II. M. Hoover
of Perrysburg.
Mrs. Ella Ferris and son Nor
man of Ilolloway, Mich., spent the
week-end with Chas. Roe and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frusher
were" Sunday visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Darrow
and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Clark
motored from Osseo, Mich., and
spent Thursday with Mrs. Dar
row 's mother Mrs. C. Webb.
Mrs. Mary Underbill's grand
children Loris. LeVerne, Blanche
and Norman Kazmaier, who have
been with her the past week, have
returned to their home at Milan,
Mich. '
Guests at the Shelby Emch
home Sunday wer,e Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. Gass and daughter Miss
Marion, Mr. Thurman Gass of De
troit, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Gorrill
and son Robert and Mr. Geo. Gass
of Bowling Green.
The Loyal Daughters Sunday
School class entertained Monday
evening at the home of Mrs. Wm.
Snyder for the nlensure of Miss
Esther Murbaugh, who is home
from the Nurses' Training School,
Chicago, on a short furlough.
Mr. Charles Hector of Pierce,
Missouri, is visiting' his uncle, Mr.
Thomas Warren, of this place. This
is the first time they have met in
the past 50 years. Together, they
visited a.t the home of Mr. John
Warren in East Toledo.
Mrs. Geo. Sehwind was the
fiifjt mother to accept the Jour
nal's 75 cent offer to semi the
home paper to the boys in U. S.
service. She sends one Journal to
her son George in France and an
other to her son Cyrel in Camp
Taylor, Ky. Mrs. Sehwind says
the Journal is like n letter from
home to the boys in Kaliki.
Mr. Frank Hoover of Pitts
burg, formerly of Perrysburg, has
enlisted with the government for
Y. M. C. A. work in France. Tn
this work Mr. Hoover assumed all
responsibility and pays all his own
expenses while giving his services
to the men Avho are fighting in
France. Those who are best ac
quainted with Mr. Hoover are cer
tain that no is weu quauneu hi
render the service needed by our
boys in kahki.
Impure blood run3 you down
makes you an easy victim for disease.
For puro blood and sound digestion
Burdock Blood Bitters. At all drug
stores. Price $1.25.
Wood County Fair, September
9-13, 1918,"
Pattern Hat Display
beginning
Friday, September 6tli
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If We Invite You To Inspect Our Showing
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Mrs. Chas. Keubensol was
Mrs. "Walter Pomcroy's guest Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheider
spent Sunday in Toledo w.ith Mr.
and Mrs. David "Welsh.
Miss Alpha Fisher of Toledo
was a guest of the Misses Hilla
brand the first of the week.
For Mrs. Frederick Ilalowell,
a bride of this month, Mrs. John
Hayes entertained a coterie of her
young friends at a miscellaneous
shower Friday evening.
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at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lockwood
of Hudson, Mich., who have been
visiting their daughter Mrs. B.
MacLachlin returned home Mon
day.
BARBEL SALT.
We have just secured a supply
of the Diamond Crystal Salt, the
best on the market. Place your
order .early if you need it, as it is
going fast. G-. F. HOFFMAN. 28b
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Winter clothes? Do you know which
are approved fabric designs and what is
considered correct style?
It will be a real pleasure for you to visit
our store and inspect the. handsome array
of exclusive patterns that dis'
criminating dressers are
wearing this season.
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and woolens you are worthy
of wearing and the cost will
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