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?, 'Mil : v "h-l JW f THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAU . Ava tfot".. j tijc" !, r "?" 'Jjr-'"' hi! J 'f( i '.&! y H . I ! w m N Why take Chances with Fire? USE Deam's Meal Smoker to cure your meat, saving time, and labor as well. A quart bottle costs 90 cents and will cure many bams. Champttey's Pharmacy Thtr t&XcJUL Store 909O&O&&9tfOaO&QC6iO Mrs. S. J. Laing and son James spent Sunday in Elmore. Mwj. Wm. Heckenlively of An gola, Ind., was Irs. David Main's guest Sunday. Mrs. J. Barton Taylor and daughter Doris, Miss Helen TiUot son and Mr. John Gcismer of To ledo were the Sunday, guests of Mrs. J. E. McClure. Auto Owners Attention For sale all sizes, of used auto tires. These casings are absolutely built over from First quality stock and guaranteed to the consumer. We take in orders for vulcanizing and give you quick service on your work. These tires are sold and handled by N. Emch Repair Shop , Perrysburg, Ohio. ALDRICH BROS. Branch No 3. 201 South Main St., Bowling Green, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lownsbury have moved to Toledo! Mr. Frank Dreps of Toledo spent the week-end with Frank Eckle, Jr. Mrs. Edmond Brown has gone to Charleroi, Pa., to visit Avith her daughter Mrs. Jl Clive Bnos. x Mrs. M. H. Bowers had as her Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. John McMillan of Detroit. Miss Louise Qrolla returned Thursday after ten days' visit with friends in Detroit. Miss Martha Crimm and Ed mund Segart of Toledo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Phillips on Friday evening. Mr . nhd Mrs. Davo Kerstettcr and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yates of Toledo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert "Williams. t Miss Beatrice VanNorman en tertained a number ST friends Thursday with a. kitchen shower in honor of Mrs. Paul Amon. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schneider's Sunday guests were Mrs. M. J. Wellstead, Mr. aud Mrs. F. 0. Wellstead and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neidcrhouse. ,e&SeefcfcfeS&3S33-3S3. ft Breakfast Foods A Few Suggestions Aunt Jermima's Pan Cake Flour McKenzie's Buckwheat Flour Ballard's Pan Cake Flour Teco - Swanton Buckwheat Flour National Oats Puffed Rice Cream of Wheat . ' ShreddedWheat Buscuit I Post Toasties F. JEZZARD 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft W rt - r UHION DELIVERY "QUALITY FIS8T" You are sbort on canned peaches This week we are selling Libbey's First Grade CANNED PEACHES An extraordinary price of 32c per large can Again this week. San Mar to coffee. 32c Best quality peas, corn or tomatoes, per can J17c MONGER BROS THE QUALITY STORE. Phone Main 50 - Established 1879 rtlVt-.'.V..V. ' asatt;iviv.,y'Lviv i .. . . . m m m As there is no prospect of-lower prices for some time, you may as well get what you need at once. We are selling OUTING FLANNEL for 34c to 35c, that many cities stores are getting 40c to 45c for. Also our prices on TOWELING, MUSLIN, SHEETING, PERCALE, CALICO, PILLOW TUBING, UNDERWEAR, INDIA LINEN, BLANKETS Etc., are as low as you can find anywhere for first class ' goods we do not handle, seconds. Open Saturday evenings W. J.xVEITCH n ajygjyj-M W B FOR HOUSEHOt-D EXPENSES x5" N,4sljr Savings Account tjl There is but r One Sure Way To get money earn it; but one sure way to have money save it; but one sure way to Save Honey by systematic setting aside each week or month a portion of your income and putting it to work in A Reliable Banking institution. We offer you our services. w. r-.'v-VTSHHHHHIHIHHH m m FRESH COOKIES AND CRACKERS Children must eat often, and there is nothing nicer Ahan "jR good cookies or fresh crackers. W w - yy tj And what is better for an afternoon gathering than some of ijjf ii our dainty cakes. til We carry a variety of cookies and crackers that never last W j long enough to lose their crispy freshness. W I D.C. WHITEHEAD, Ph.G.1 ci. Union Delivery 2 W tf Nyal Quality Druf Item. Phone Main 186 Miss Margaret Walsh is visiting in Y'ouugstown, 0. Miss Beatrice Smith of Ada was a week-end guest at the Geo. Craig lume. ' . Miss Orlcna Twining and Leona Thompson spent Sunday with Gladys Weltmer. Miss Katheine Wetzel of Wau seon visited with Rev. Kluepfel and family Sunday. The Misses Glover and Craw ford of Toledo were Mrs. A. J. Witzler's guests Sunday. Mr. and Mfs. J. F. Gallier of Bowling Green spent Sunday with Mrs. Kathvyn Meeker. Mrs. W. B. Bishop of Toledo visited with her parents Mr and Mrs. W. P. Adamson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Heckler and daughter Dorothy of Toledo spent Sunday with Mr. Chas. Van JNor man. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snyder aid family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carter of Dun bridge. Mrs. S. E. Quinn and Misses Leora, Aurelia and Ellene Quinn of Mauinee were, dinner guests of Mr. aud Mrs. E. L. Blue Sunday. Mr.- and Mrs. Otto Kleupfel and daughter Jane and Miss Lena Kleupfel of Archibold are guests of Rev. and Mrs. P. Kleuprel. The Loyal Daughters Sunday School class of the Evangelical church met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Charles Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luebben, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert -Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Earlo . Simmons spent Sunday at the Dunham Simmons home. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Donaldson re turned to their home in Akron Sun day after spending a few weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Phillips. Mrs. Victor Bell of Dayton, formerly Miss Grace Mathews of Perrysburg, was a caller at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. H. H. Sar gent, Thursday last. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lintner and children of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. John Lintner and two daugh ters'of Monclova were the Sun day guests of Mrs. John F. Lint ner. Dr. M. H. Bowers who has been in the U. S. Medical Service at Camp "McClellan, Anniston, Ala has been honorably discharged and has again resumed his business in Perrysburg. On Saturday evening Miss Alice Dibling entertained the members of the Five Hundred Club in honor of Miss Helen Amon, who leaves on Monday to enter Ohio State Uni versity Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dauer liad as their Sunday guests the follow ing : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Good man and daughter Berniee, the Misses Ruth Emch, Eunice Dauer, Ruth Frushcr and Messrs. Ernest Goodman and Ralph Froeman. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Corn6lius had as Sunday guests Miss C. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bailey, Mr. John Cornelius, of Toledo, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cornelius and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Ludington and Mrs. W, j.Olassondall and Mr, John Jackson. Miss Viola Hufford spent Satur day with Mrs. Oscar Schram. Dr. James Moore of Toledo visited with Frank Neifer and family Sunday. Mrs. Ed Fitzcrerald spent Tues day in Bowling Green with Mrs. J. C. Silvester. Our Country Patrons We wish to inform our patrons on the Avenue Road in the Glenwood vicinity, etc., that we will again resume the weekly country trip on Wednesday of each week. Phone your orders early. GOODYEAR TIRES -Buy them here. G. F. HOFFMANN aAaiaa.aj.v.r 't.. h. .h.shhj. sav . '. i s. Mrs. John Sear,s visited with Mrs. C Mr. Wilson Sawyer of Hollo way, Mich, spent the week-end with Wayne Lepper. Mrs. M. L. Taylor is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Fetters, in Toledo. Miss Mae and Ray Hennan were dinner guests of Miss Ellene Quinn of Mauinee Friday evening. Ray McCaslin has returned from Buffalo, N. Y., where he has been employed by the Curtis airplane factory. Hrs. Elizabeth Hoffman and Mrs. Casper Jirandhuber of Toledo vis ited relatives m Perrysburg the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Barbeau and Miss Bob Daggett of Toledo 'were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs: Walter Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zingg and Mr. and Mrs. Clippinger of Dryad, Wash., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zingg. Dr. Wm. JRheinf rank has been at tending the clinic at the Mayo Bros.' hospital at Rochester, Minn., for the past ten days. Mr. Malcolm Ballantyne has gone to Charleston, W. Va., where he has accepted a position through Civil. Service Commission. -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marshall and daughter were the over-Sun day guests of Mrs. Marshall's sis ter, Mrs. Fred Copeland, of De troit. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Deibert and famih-, Miv-and Mrs. Osear Schram and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence bliepherd and daughter Eunice were Sjmday dinner guests at the Albert Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Guthrie of Toledo are the proud, parents of a 7-pound boy, who arrived Janu ary 7th, 1919. They christened him Robert Earl. Mr. Guthrie for merly resided in Perrysbug. Mr. C. E. Simmons of Tulsa. Okla.,' spent Sunday with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Dunham Sim mons on his return trip from Pitts burg where lie attended a business meeting of the Frick-Reed Supply Co. The New Century Club met at the home or "Mrs. S. E. Harthorn January 8. The papers of the aft ernoon were: "The British Isles and Their Possessions," bv Miss Cora Pierce, and "Island of France," by Mrs. D. C. Whitehead. The election of officers for the year followed, resulting as fol lows: Mrs. D C, Whitehoad, pres ident; Mrs. S. E. Hartshorn, vice prcsiclont; Mrs. D. Canfield, sec retary; Mrs. M. B. Cook, treas urer; Miss Ada Escott, critic and reporter. The club adjourned to meet at Mrs. Canfield 's,- January 22. of Sylvania Reis Sunday. Mr. A. C. Birk returned Sunday from one week's stay in New York City. Mrs. A. J. Witzler spent last week with Mrs. Flora Kelly of Waterville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Saddler of Lime City spent Sunday with Fred Mahler and family. Mrs. A. Ballantyne entertained Mrs. Edith Maddy and son John at dinner Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas of Svl- vania spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Thornton and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sullivan and children of Pemberville, formerly of Perrysburg, are ill with the flu. Mr. John Maddy has prone to Ithica, N. Y., to take charge of the Cow Test Association of New York State. Mrs. C. W. Bashore and daugh ter Elizabeth of Indianapolis are visiting with Mrs. Mary Blmn. , Miss Helen Amon is spending' the week at Elyria with her sister Mrs. Frank Kaltenmark. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wallace! entertained Mrs. Mabel Schalhar and daughters Gladys and Lucila of Monclova Sunday. -Mrs. Chas. Shipman of Weston and Mrs. Emily Gunder were the guests of Mrs. Lewis Shipman i And Saturday. THE MOST EXPENSIVE CLOAKS Mr. Allie Cornelius received his honorable discharge and re turned home Tuesday from Camp Jackson, S. C. Miss Marie Munger entertained at dinner Monday evening a num ber of her friends in honor of those leaving to take lip Red Cross work. Lxhonor of their daughter Etta's 13th birthday, Air. and Mrs. Lewis Finch, Sr., entertained a number of her younte friends at a party Thursday evening last. other erarments can bo en trusted to us with entire confi dence. Our dry cleaning process is absolutely harmless to even the most delicate fabric or color. Ifl you have a fine cloak, coat, waist' or gown, that is soiled or spotted' and therefpre not always wearable send it here After we have treat ed it, it will be fit to wear any-! where on anj' occasion. j MILTON MLADENU8 Perrysburg, Ohio Phone Red 153. Res., Red 78 ''VWVWWWWW y T V For Our Specials this week. We will continue to sell Ferndell Coffee at the old price 35c per lb. or 3 lbs. lor $1.00 Also a Fine Santo's coffee at 41bs.ior $1.10 R.F.KAZMAIER Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty di prestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters is recommended for strengthening stomach, bowels and liver arid purifying the blood1, EXPERT REPAIRING- . RELIABLE SUPPLIES-DEPENDABLE ACCESSORIES' PARAGON GAS-OILS -BATTERIES f I- -riDre wAOi cTDBAnr at ocAcnuaDi r datcq AUTO LIVERY-QUICK SERVICE HARPER BROS9 GARAGE PHONE MAIN 123-2 RINGS PERHY8BIMO O. vjM m trsA hi H .1 ; iil Mi , & K y, 'i-j j. . ,l f!l I i 1 y tri d . w&'l !l s. I i I : .'-:"v.Al j I V !- VJe.x'4k!J . V.