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' THE PERftYSBURG JOURNAL
Barley Rye CORN .. Ebbs . Butter Card .. Steers v. Cows ... Calves . Hosts Lambs Hides Tallow , if I 1 I 1 GILBERT'S BOX CANDY! One of tile Very Finest Line of Candies Made Pure, Wholesome and Delicious Champney's Pharmacy The If&XaJIJL Store nfiH mmaman m SSSS1IH pbrrysbdrq" market Corrected every Wednesday noon toy the Porryaburtr Grain & Seed Co. Wheat.. S2H " Oata " . -fO PRODUCE! 1.20 140 ZOO .45 .65 .26 CATTLE AND MOOS Corrected every Wednesday noon by Munger Bros. .08 to .11 .03 to .07 .12 to .19 .13 to .17 .05 to .12. .10 to 20 .03 POULTRY Ice Cream & Candy Clover Leaf Daisy Ice Cream always pleases Seasons come and go and, almost without warning, years have gone by. What substantial progress have you made? Are You Ahead of the Game? How much more money have you now than five years ago? Isn't your own answer sufficient warning? ,, A Bank Account Helps You Save WE DONT ASK YOU TO DO OUR WORK! to We aro real grocers service grocers. Wc attend everything, which is a paTt of the retail grocery business. Wo maintain a good delivery system. Our telcphono is always open to you. We give all tho conveniences of a charge account. And from our thorough knowledge of groceries and food wc can give you trustworthy information about things which are good. For example, we recommend that you try Ryzon Bak ing Powder. It is pure, it is always of uniform quality, it is an eco nomical, high-grade baking 'powder. Fairly priced at 40 cents per pound. f We also want you to know about: Our Ferndell line of Canned Goods, which have proven sat isfactory wherever used. Our Line of Soft Drinks is plete and Up-to-date. Com Leave your order for Brick Ice Cream and Fruited Ices. We have Special High Grade Candies An Extra Eine Line of TOBACCOS & CIGARS S. L. SHEPERD Perrysburg, Ohio wM Uk wjJmmjMM liXXW wJiMaMjSmBB 11. J. Tlazmaier. "QUALITY GROCERY" Phone Main 25 or 1G2 Union Delivery DISTRIBUTOR OF CHURNGOLD s NUCOA NUT OLEO C. C. LEYDORF Phone Main 230. Perrysurg, O. 0 Ui ft t ... -- --m-,a-m,-itg--yir,rtrg'tB,tfcC- H II UMIOM DZLTVttY QUALITY nilT" Do You Know? That Our Staple Groceries and Package Goods are as dependable and the same extra quality as our meats. We Bell MOXLEY'S oleomargarine and the now famous NUCOAnut margarine. Our eggs are always strictly fresh and of fine quality. Try us for Cheese of all kinds. Get in the habit of trading at Munger's It will pay you. MUNGER BROS THE QUALITY STORE. Fhon MftinW rtblklu 1879 ..... ........mmnin.tw.'.vA'.'.fA-Av.'.u'L'.ma 9mmmm -fil iii ; m a i ass mM:im:imyr2zyssi-2tmam Our Line Is Complete For Fall! Quilts, Home Made', $6.00. Blankets, Cotton, $3.00, $4.00, $0.50. Wool and Part Wool Blankets $6.00,' $8.00, $10.00, $12.00 A full line of Underwear for the whole family. Ask tosee Renfrew Gingham for winter dresses, 60 cents per- yard "J - Outing Flannel, 25o to 40o per yard Give ub a call. You will find many things you need Open ThurBday and Saturday evenings. W. J. VEITCH mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leydorf at tended the Bowling Green fair Fri day. Mrs. W. B. Bishop of Toledo spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Adamson. Miss Madeline Hoffman left Monday for Wooster where she will attend the college there. Mrs. Herbert Sawyer of Ross ford called at the home of Mrs. Ed Thornton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carring of Cleveland were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Carring. Mrs. Emma Hufford spent the week-end at the home of Mr. find Mrs. Harry VanNorman of Wes ton. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Forest of Akron, Ohio, were over Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Corley. Miss Addie Underbill of Toledo was a dinner guest Saturday eve ning of Mr. and All's. Chas. Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jennings of Philadelphia, Pa., were last week's guests' at the home of Mrs. Caldwell Ilaynes. Mrs. Charles Williams of Elk hart, Ind., was a guest of her daughter Mrs. Fred Scheider a few clays of last week. Mrs. Carl Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dryer and children of To ldo called on Mr. and Mrs. Rus sell Kazmaier Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Kazmaier were Sunday guests at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kazmaier in the country. Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen Griffith Lowe moved from East Indiana avenue to their new home on West ! Second street near Louisiana Ave. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. Howard Bar ring of Ithaca, N. Y., will make ' their future home in Perrysburg, having purchased a house on West Seventh sti'eet. Mr, Merlin Muir of Ft. Dupont, Delaware, lias returned to camp after a four days' furlough which he spent at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muir. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leydorf, ac companied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Win, Lehman of Bryan, at- Li -icuueu tiiu v lcuny ucieuimiou held at Ft. Meigs last Saturday. Mrs. W. J. Ilesley was the truest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blue over Saturday attending the Victory Celebration at Ft. Meigs and de parting for her new homo in Ber gen, N. Y., on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Yeager of Toledo entertained at dinner Sun day Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager, MJss Madclyn Yeager, Miss Coliste Sanford, Mr. Fred Yeager and M. and Mrs. Henry Himmelmari of Lancaster. Mr. and Mi's. Fred Scheider entertained at a family dinncrvlast Sunday tho following relatives : Mrs. Charles 'Williams of Elkhart, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family of Bailey, 'Mr. and Mrs. David Welsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noyes and family of Toledo, Mr, and Mrs. CarL.Thomaa, Mr, Louie Martiland Mr, and Mrj,' Jamesi B; Martip Emerson Messenger left Tues day for Kenyon college. x Miss Celestia Smith spent the week-end with relatives and friends at Ilaskins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles VanNor man have returned from a week's stay in New York City. Mrs. Chas. Hanson and Mrs. Joseph Fuller called on Mrs. E. J. Spilker Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Einch of To ledo and Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Price of Slony Kidcc were crucsts of Miss Lina Emch, Saturday. Mr. Charles Underwood of De troit was a guest of his sister Mrs. Mary Cunningham over Sunday. Mi. Albert Snyder and family were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thayer of Toledo last Sunday. v Mr. and Mrs. J. Bowman of Samaria, Mich., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Trod lvopp to the iair at Bowling Green last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leydorf and Mr. ,and Mrs. Win. Lehman of Bryan were guests of Mrs. O. II. Kriebel of Holland last Sunday. Mrs. C. Lecklider and baby Philjis" of Toledo are spending a few days of this week in Perrys burg the guests of Mrs. L. W. Crandoll. Mrs. Lydia Ilennan was a dinner guest Sunday of her aunt Mrs. Emma Ilufl'ord. Mf. and Mrs. Russel Ilollcn of Waterville will be the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilollen. i Mr. Jas. Russel Martin of Hunt ington. Indiana, will make his future home here in town with his sister Mrs. E. J. Hortz. I Mi, and Mrs. Henry Himmclman of Lancaster were dinner jrucsts Monday evening ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Charles and children, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Corbin and daughter Garnett' enjoyed a IMUIUI L1.1JJ iu WtUY iiULUUl J til1) If Oil II" day. mi. ,uui iiuts. iiuuii oiiyuur unit I daughter Helen were Sunday din-' ner guests of Mr. Henry Thayer of Toledo. Mrs. Clarence Shepherd and daughter Eunice of Maumee are visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder. j Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Ilimmel man of Lancaster, Ohio, are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Dell Simmons. Mr. Himmclman has been an officer at the Industrial School in Lancaster for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Keith of Cleveland motored to Perrysburg Wednesday of last week and on Thursday attended the Bowling Green lair, accompanied by their mother Mrs. David Hatcher. They returned to their home on Friday. B. O'REILLY Men's Tailoring Phone Blue 33 Perrysburg, Ohio FOR PIANOS, VICTROLAS, on a COLUMBIA GRAPHANOLA SEE P. F. THOMAS Agent Cable Piano Company. Phone Black 113, Perrysburg, O. If your price is fair, we can sell your property. We are pleasing others with our Real Estate Service Come in and let us talk it over. GEO. J. MUNGER Anything in Heal Estate or Insurance Perrysburg, Ohio Phone Main 50. Bes. Black 55 Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Warren and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gise and daughter Miss Kathryn of Toledo were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones. Freinds of Miss Gertrude Keifer will be pleased to learn that she has graduated from the Lucas County General Hospital, as a first-class nurse. E. J. Spilker and wife enter tained as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Berger and son Edward of Curtis and Mrs. Mary Lucbben of East Toledo. t James H Lusk, of Carey, spent tho latter part of last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gun der. He also attended the patt iot ic celdbration at Ft. Meigs, Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. John Meister and family of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mladcmis' and daughter Mildred were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mi's. Michael Meister of Webster. Mrs. M. P. Gorton, Mrs. Mary Allwood, Miss Florence Allwood have returned to their homes in Perrysburg after a three weeks' stay at Aberdeen, S. Dakota. They wore accompanied home by Mr. Glen Thompson. - J. F. Byrne and wife entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday even ing in honor of their guest J. L. Kirk of Adrian, Mich., Frank Shi new and wife of Portage, E. J. Spilker and wife, Chester Byrne, wife and daughter Frances, John Byrne and Miss Elsie Shinew of Bowling Green. Mrs. Geo. W. Zellors of Toledo entertained the' following guests at a luncheon on Monday: Mi's,. J. F. nraniinuuer, ivuss unra riurcu, Mrs. Edith Maddy, Miss Ada Escott, Mrs. W. E. Escott of Los Angoles, and Mi's. F. D. Ilega master and Mrs, Fi C, Hoohler of Toledo, tnTfT wPT7i!l T"r','T A Complete Showing of FALL MILLINERY i Everything in Smartly Trimmed Ladies' Misses' and Children's Hats Come in and see them LINA EMCH, PERRYSBURG, OHIO Tomatoes canning Groceries and Folger's Meats NUCOA BUTTER Store Open Thursday Eveng's GOODYEAR Auto Tires and Garden Hose THE HOFFMANN GROCERY j Phone Main 10 .Union Delivery fj &.. '