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I ar ST xr fm ffittKYSStrtUS JOURNAL .sz..,ixzh-.j- 3-Ss2e:t';C':C3&3 a&9ftaa'a99;& : , Ask bur Bank's Advice! John Holbrook, a good farmer, was stuck with $2000 worth of wildcat oil stock. "Help me to get out," he begged. "It's too late," his banker replied. "If you had asked me at first I would gladly ) h have advised you ; now your money is gone." .... This bank seeks always to advise the farmers of our county so they will make money. In a broader way, , ' " such advice is given weekly by ISe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 5 the copy everywhere Our bank is not merely a place to keep money. The best part of our duty is the free giving of such every-day advice as our customers need. We should like to see prosperity for every farmer in this neighborhood. And be cause we believe that the in spiration, the help, to be found weekly in The Country Gen tleman will lead every farmer reader into money-making ways, we recommend the placing of that Great National Farm Weekly in every farm home. If you have an account with us, instruct us to charge you $1.00 for a year's subscription. If you keep your money elsewhere, come in, get acquainted, and learn more about The Country Gentleman. The next 52 big weekly issues may easily show you how to make in the coming year an extra $100.00! What better investment canyoumake? The Citizens Banking Company R. R. HARTSHORN, Cashier ' GEORGE MUNGER, President Gentlemen: )' (1) Because you know me, enter my name for THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN for one year and ) Crc. charge the cost, $1.00. to me. I " or out (2) Here's my dollar. I want THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN.' Send it to me. J onc (My Name) (My Address) . II (City) , (State).. ! J HELD UP. Last Thursday evening, about 5 o'clock, Chas. Maddy, while driving his father's delivery wagon home on Second street, was held up by ' two men in an automobile, who stopped him to inquire the way to Louisville, Ky., when commanded to hold up his hands he kicked the horse and started down the street. The one with the guu took a shot at him the bullet going thru the end-! gate in the wagon. King's Jazz Orchestra will give its second dance of the sea son on Wednesday evening, Dec. 24, at the Perrysburg Town Hall. Danc ing starts at 8:30 p. m. Admission 75c. Ladies free. Come. Transfers. Perrysburg Banking Co. to Dora McKce, lot 09, Haskins, ?1. C. E. Morco to Nathaniel E. Loose, lot 1038, Bowling Green, $1. Matilda M. Scott to Martha A. and Abel Pierce, lots 246, part 245, Cyg net, $700. Fred and Eliza Prantee to F. A. Krift, lots 137, 138 Pemberville, SI. Ina L. Marscha t al. to Vera N. Bowlus, lot 86, Bowling Green, SI. Verner Kohlmaier to Jessie P. Wade, 23 acres sec. 24, Weston township, $2,800. J. W. Yantiss to John Niron, Sr., lot 2771, Bowling Green, ?1,950. WiNiSF2?SSEiEi m to to to to to to to to to ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft to ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft rfZjMl k-fv ft 4RHk wmm m I to HMm HmIHI Hi) ft miMW WRPmm H ft 's WLJm mmi - . to Advertisements under this heading run at the rate of fte cents per line per each inser tion. Cash must accompany order. Count five words to a line in fieurins: any advertising for this column. FOR RENT 7 room house, Inquire 324 W. Seventh St. gas. 44a FOR SALE F o r d. touring in good running order. Inquire Journal. QrwmrrrtrArirvrirrtrirrArirtrirzrwirrim I SUITABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS X X 8 Which Can Be Found at A. J. WITZLER'S at Reasonable Prices. Gifts That Will Prove Most Useful and Lasting, such as $ $ m STALKING MACHINES 8 I I Electric Washing Machines, Electric Vacuum and Bissell Car pet Sweepers, Rockers, Dining Chairs, Sewing Rockers, Morris Chairs and Odd Chairs, Dining Tables, Buffets, Library Tables, Davenports, Couches and Leather Chairs, Seller's ' Kitchen Cabinets, Brass, Iron Wooden and Steel Beds, Bed Springs and Mattresses, Dressers, Cheffioners and Dressing Tables, High Chairs, Children's Rockers and Baby Cabs, Rugs, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc. . OUR MERC II ANISE IS THE GUARANTEED KIND 6 1 s 8 Store Open Evenings from Now Until January 1st a I A. J. Witzler V We Accent T. inert v Rnrnic nd 0 FOR SALE S. C. "White Leg horn cockerels. $3.00 each. "Win. Uthoff. 44e to ft m A NEW HOME LAMPf m 'ft J. Davis Hardware Co. fx to OHIO to b to to OINCE the original MAZDA lamp there has been no development in homo lighting of greater im portance than the new tipless White MAZDA lamp. Come in and see these lamps lighted you'll know then that you need them. PERRYSBURG, $ Special for to Cedar Oil, Per Pint, Saturday only .. Saturday to 20c 40c to to il to to to to ft wv Cedar Oil, Per Quart, Saturday only FOR SALE One-ton 1919 Ford truck, good as new. Call .Main! 154. F. S. Looinis. Leaving city, must sell all household effects immediately. Roscngarten, 538 "W. Front street, Pcrrysbnrg. 44a FOR SALE Pop corn, guar anteed to pop. Inquire Florence Hoffman, corner Pine and Second. 36tf Douglas Fa irbanksin Knickerbocker Buckaroo, Sunday at the Auditorium, 10 and 20 cents. WANTED Experienced reed workers. Men capable of doing high-class work. American Wheel Co., Perrysburg, Ohio. 44tf FOR SALE Big Type Poland China guts; also five spring boars. All immuned. Frank Kazmaier, Phone: Red 134-two rings. 44-tf Remember our Saturday special: The Journal tor three months for only 30 cents cash with order. If you receive a sample copy consider it an invitation to subscribe. &&&&&&&&&&&e&&&;eee-e: FOR SALE Best bargain in real estate in Perrysburg; house and lot with barn,; finest river view. Inquire at Journal Office. FOR RENT Five-room bunga low. Gas heat and plenty of it. Garage. On car line. Enquire at premises, oda W. lront street, Penysburg. 44a FOR SALE Five-room house with electricity, city water, cis tern. $2,300 with $1,300.00 down, balance in five years. A bargain. Inquire 232 W. 7th street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished five-room lower duplex for the winter months; fine river view. Call Red 132 for particulars and appointment FOR SALE One cow, coming fresh 'March 20th. Offspring of thoroughbred Ilolstein. Inquire E. S. Townsend, one-half mile cast of Lcydrof 's Station. 42tf We pay $.3.00 per head for horses or cattle over two years old. Call us, wc pay phone charges. Bowling Green Fertilizer Co., Bowling Green. O. 40-17 ft ft ft Jy it to to to ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft, ft ft ft ft Everybody Wants One! You and I, Tom, Dick, Harry, all your friends, my friends, their friends; in fact, everyone, sometime or another wants A NEW HOME We have "the makings" for the finest lot of new homes that can be built, and now is a good time for you to buy lumber from us for yours THE CHARLES L. KOCH CO. E. L. CLAY, Manager. Perrysburg, Ohio 333a3aS3333333a33333C to m m m m m r m m m m m m m to to to to to to to ft&eee&&e&&&e&&e&ee& est. to to We have a car load i We Accept Liberty Bonds and O vvar saving stamps V PERRYSBURG, Phone: Main 1 S OHIO Q &0O?e&S03?9&S FOR SALE Young Guernseyi bulls, up to 8 months old. All from A, R. cows with good rec-J ords. Prices right. M. V. Finch,1 Mgr., Belmont Farm, Perrysburg. Ohio. 44b, FOR SALE Twelve volumes of The American History and En cyclopedia of Music. Opera Theory, Biographies, etc. Cost $39.00, sell for $25.00. Practically new. Inquire Journal office. 44a Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses. Has returned from the arnvy. Hours, 9 a. m. till 4 p. 'm; daily except Sunday. 120 S, Main St. Over Interurban ,. Station, Bowling Green, Of Phono 146R, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft -j 0 s OF OAL ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Order Early H PERRY BOMMPEED COMPANY. Phone Main 48 Perrysburfir, Ohio (T to to to to' to to to to to to to to to to to to to to gffagtswetsiw' "