Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
23 Aug 1889

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23 Aug 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - August 23, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Qto Niy Depuhl ican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday August 23, 1889. No. 3 0. T be e3 great bankrupt All of f. Swalley amp co., is saving1 thousands of dollars to close buyers. A Penny save a Penny earned. At this bankrupt Sale you can save dollars and dollars. Efe Rethil must life Soli Dir it goods a a Fez it to Iii a i ic3 v y do or a Tali a shoes i it makes the merchants sick but it makes the customers Happy. The crowds wind their Way to the great bankrupt Sale an Issue was raised and that Issue met an event that destroyed party Thunder. A Trail blazed by tammany Brazes. Men Ore influenced largely by the events that crowd around them each Day. If they could have their own Way about it they would frequently change the Tenor of those events hut that cannot always he. Hence it would seem to be the Wiser Pion to soon each happening Ore full j before taking it up As a weapon because it May prove to be a Boomerang. The recent Deal cation of Al. Graham auditor of Warren county was an event that raised an Issue i met in my letter two weeks ago. No intelligent Man could have read what was said regarding that official and have been mistaken As to the meaning of the language used. That he was elected by the republicans that he had betrayed his Trust that he had proven to be a scoundrel was freely admitted. But it was further added that while the rep brio is condemned his acts they demanded that All the facts be Given to the people that if any Man or men be jointly responsible with Graham that they be punished and that no guilty Man be allowed to escape. How any Man could change such a statement As that into a defense of the defaulter is Retty hard to understand. Of f. Swalley amp co. Thousands of bargains. Come. It will save you Money. Chas. E. I real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. The defense of such a Man As Graham would Damn any political party but it is a fact that cannot he successfully contradicted that where it has been possible for it to do so it has been the policy of the democratic party to cover up just such deals and to kill off in a political Way those men in its own ranks who did not quietly acquiesce in the work. Take As an instance the acts of the tammany Hall ring under Boss Tweed. It calmly robbed the City of new York of millions of dollars and though it was known that this work was going on it was a Long time before even gov. Tilden could enlist enough democratic leaders to crush the ring. The tammany Hall gang was then As it is to Day the most powerful democratic organization in the country. While the ring pillaged the City it laughed at the people and asked them what they were going to do about if. The tammany Hall braves then As they do to Day Wield More Power than any other faction that comes into the councils of the democratic party and it is not strange that the policies they submit Are so carefully considered and so closely followed in every Section of this Broad Domain. 306 for Sale 60 Aero farm in Section 90 a Glaize township Paulding county to acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,boo. 308�?ofor Sale 66 acres in Section 7. Noba township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section to Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at. So o. Depot in Defiance desirably located. Price $750. 348 a for Sale to acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale. Lot 14 in Krotz addition to North debian be. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale. One of the Best terms in Defiance county. Too acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Buick Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price$60per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. So o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 387 a for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in Softli Defiance. 407 a far Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414 �?$225.oo will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale. Lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,. Flag Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Oar Ste the c. L. Lace co. Ave closing out their Stock in Defiance and will close up their business in the place entirely. I. In is now being offered at great sacrifices As everything must be sold. We Are holding nothing now is the time to buy goods cheap. Everybody invited to Call and get great bargains while there is a Epport Unity. We want in dose out the Stock the o. L. Luce co at Flickinger old stand. It was because the democrats were holding up Graham As an awful example of Republican Rule that i presented an array of figures showing that while five or six Republican officials had robbed the people of some thousands of dollars thirty or thirty five democratic officials in the same length of time bad stolen amounts that reached into the millions. Those figures w re not offered in defense of an erring Republican official but As a gentle hint to those persons who were inclined to put those practices on republicans alone that they should not be forgetful of the events now past but that have helped to make history. That any one should have discovered in that array of figures any reflections upon the honesty of the present officials of Defiance county is a matter of no Little Surprise. While it is True they owe their election to the dominant party in the county it is also True that it is the affairs of a common people regardless of party affiliations that Are entrusted to their Oare when they come into office. In the faithful discharge of the duties devolving upon them in an official capacity they Merit the regard of the people and the Republican and express will not be the last to acknowledge such service As officials their acts Are open to criticism but no charge will be made against them or any one else unless there is a cause and not then unless the charge made can be sustained it was unfortunate that following along in the Wake of the auditor of Warren county the democratic sheriff of Paulding county should have been forced to resign. That event watered the democratic powder and destroyed the party Thunder. It is said that to Wayne was Short in his accounts $2,200 and that his trouble grew out of his own negligence. It done to matter what the trouble waa he like Graham was untrue to the Trust he accepted from the people and no excuses that can be offered will do away with that fact. The sheriff of Paulding county was not forced to resign by his party. The men who were upon his Bond became alarmed and As a matter of Protection to themselves forced him from office. Our collector. Still swinging around Tho Circle making new friends renewing old acquaintances and having a Good time generally. As the Stilson comes on Hie political pot begins to rim Mer Ami sing and will soon be Bowling. Everybody of Gallant Joseph Benson Foraker and no waiting impatiently for november so Thev can again follow Nim to Victory. M my new voters Are enlisting for the fight whose fathers have been arid Are still in Tho dark. I spent a half Day last week among a pleasant enterprising people East of Hicksville among the persons i met was Frank Gillispie who runs a saw Mill and planning machine and William Monroe an old Veteran in the political Field. During my Chat with him i discovered that or Monroe and myself were nearly from the same Section of the state East part and that of coarse added to the pleasure of the meeting. Wlm la try and meet you again William. John Hart is a Man of High character and Manly principles. His reception of the Republican and express ambassador was so kind and considerate that i shall never forget him. He of course takes great slea Stire in Reading the Republican and a press. Rev. J. Hoffman entertained me very handsomely. He is a Brilliant talker and is a Strong prohibitionist that is he favors prohibiting too Mach democracy mrs. F. J. Mccall a. At whose Home i stooped and was entertained spoke in the highest terms of the Republican and sex pbe88. A threshing machine Man. Whom i met on the Road the other Day said a i have done a great Deal of threshing during my life time but this season on account of the weather poor Bridges ac., is one of the hardest i Ever by the Way that reminds me that i have noticed a great Many Bridges during my travels that needed to be repaired. I had the pleasure of breaking urea i with or. And mrs. Stone of Logan one evening last week. He is making arrangement to teach a select school at Milford Center this fall. He is a number one teach r. During a pleasant talk with county school examiner c. E. Bercaw he informed me that he is working in the int Quot rest of the Home insurance company of new York. Charles is a demo Ernt yet he ordered the Republican and express the loss of the grist Mill at Edgerton is a great inconvenience to the people in that Section. Or. Ira Pool and daughter handles the mail at this Point and so far As i could learn Are giving Good satisfaction. Mccord three township. In this Vicinity to a Grade Weber visited the past week. A ii. C Mosser sold some Fine sheep the Butcher last week. A David c. Mosser Bas been St Bryon the past week on business a a Boh Rig hires he Ltd at this place last week for some of our neigh hem a Jacob Mosser of Mark township was Here last week blowing for ii is Bro her in g. Mosser. While threshing at m. I org go a last i Wiur Clay a butter had a Hortto cripple i by running a Nail in his foot there was a Jolly old time at the rest Deuce of Fred Stork. In month Defiance last Munday Twenty tour persons boing present for dinner. There were Quito a number of nest Noble people on hand. It was a Joy on Happy occasion and we All return thanks for the Many kindnesses shown by or. Stork. A last sunday some Young men went Tojo place and commenced own Freen Pear Quot or. Long Smith h Mother appeared upon the scene to enter her protest against such work when turned on her and drove her Back to the House with clubs. Tho Par i its Are known and should lie attended to. A a. A in special train on the Nook of plate monday August 21, to Milwaukee without change of cars. Will reach Milwaukee in time for reveille on tuesday morning the Day of the great Parade and naval display of of. H. Gun boats on Lake Michigan. Sex tuntion tickets at lowest rates and Liberal Extension of time to return. Call on any agent of the Nickel plate. After Harvest treat your wife to some Nice new window curtains a Fine assortment at very Low prices at Colby amp Scott a. Skiver x roads. Edited by eat Jack and slim Jim. Watson is talking of buying a our grocer is doing a Good a Tobias farm. Or. Cain business Best now in the investigation of affairs in Warren county the republicans have Given to the Public just what the investigation disclosed while in Paulding county the subject of a Deal cation is dismissed with the remark the sheriff is Short $2,200. Why not make a statement showing just How the trouble come about there is no reason Why it should not be done Only that it is not one of the rules of the democratic party. It is not a pleasant task to record the misdeeds of county officials but when an Issue is raised and it becomes necessary to make a comparison of the records of parties it will be found that the republicans have nothing to fear. Sherwood and Vicinity. Pm. M. Haver purchased a Fine Pony at Ney last thursday. A some of the Sherwood ites attended the spiritualist meeting in Defiance. A grand Hall by the Sherwood Cornet band the evening of Angust 31st. A John Rock has rented his Hill to the Sherwood Cornet band for one year. A cd b. Welland so co., Are engaged in building additional room for machinery. A mrs. Anna Roush who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks is convalescing. A or. Peter Poiry has quit the Saloon business and has gone to Auburn Inch to work at his Trade. A Sam Miller has closed his Saloon in this Dace and will continue the business in North Baltimore. A Bloom so Mon Are building a Fine new Hearse Cost to be hear $400. They already have two. A the women a working society will meet at the residence of mrs. Jennie Rock j riday August 23d. A owing to an increase of Trade j. Y. Shook has been obliged to secure additional help in the person of Eli Smith. A the Republican county convention will be held in Sherwood on the 28th inst. The Hall will be decorated for Tho occasion. A a Hie ladies working society is at present Selling numbers for its quilt 250 numbers have already been sold at to cents each. A threshing has again become the order or the Day the outfit owned by m. M. Dickey is being operated by his son Charles. This town had a very deserted appear Ance thursday of last week. Nearly 300 people left Delaware township for Ney to attend the reunion. A the women working society will give a supper in Rock s Hall saturday evening september 7th, proceeds to be applied towards papering the Church. One a of to cords of body Beech Wood four foot in length can dispose of it by calling at the Sherwood Post office where they can receive Cash for same. A Church festival at the Bend Friday evening August 234. The ladies of the Church will dispose of an elegant piece of carpet containing 25 Yards on this occasion. A Harvest Home services in the reformed Church saturday evening the 24th inst the Hureh will be decorated with porn Oats wheat and other Oer Eala All Are cordially invited outside parties have been in Sherwood and Vicinity trying to buy Clover seed. Rome Farmers in Germany say they offered from to to so cents per Bushel fess than Jacob Staadecker a the republicans of Delaware township will meet at Benz a harness shop monday evening August 25tb, to select delegates to attend the county convention to be held August 28th, in Sherwood. A miss Lizzie Rock and miss Myrtle Wal lace will attend the Defiance Normal College this coining Winter. The students a1 ready in attendance from this place Are miss Emily Openlander e Bercaw and Frank Kintner. A the Sherwood Union choir was re organized last wednesday evening. W. E Doud was elected director. John Rock Secretary and Ella Paimer organist. Choir meets each wednesday evening and after Sabbath school each Sabbath. A miss Judith Cory of Edgerton. Is been visiting her Uncle w. E proud also f. W. Doud of Ney from thence she left for Bryan. The Many Friend she made while Here last Winter and Spring were much pleased to see her. A the old Mill shed at this place is going to decay. A or. Jones is doing some Good work with his land roller. Al. H. Partee is the owner of the Spring Colt in this Vicinity. A George Badger waa in this Vicinity looking after the now Railroad last week. �?1george Rogers of Defiance was at Skiver x roads last Friday on business a Tho now Railroad is creating a great Deal of excitement again in this Vicinity a Samuel Myers and wife and mrs. T. H. Mansfield visited in Oakwood last sunday. John Doenges residing on the o. A d. Pike is one of the Best Farmers in this county. A or. Mcreath of Defiance passed through Here last Friday Enro Ute to Putnam county. A the Republican party is in Good fighting trim in this township Ana will gain some votes As usual. A John Varner is pushing the work on George Wells House in Continental and will soon have it completed. A Hill Brothers have done a splendid Fob of grading on the Boucher and Myers Hill on the Defiance so Ottawa Pike. A Thomas Banes is the Boss wheat Thresher. He has no horses to bother with As he hauls his machine around with oxen. Be. J. Halls new residence is almost completed. When finished it will he Ono of the Best buildings in the township. A democrats in Highland township Are talking of nominating Daniel Myers or m. Q. Bennett for county commissioner a Thomas Cassady John Halm and lot Mansfield each sold a cow to William Lewis of Defiance prices paid $30, $20, and $24. A there will lie a few men who will allow the right of was for the new Railroad to be condemned through their lands better Settle boys. A Railroad company is a big thing to Buck against. A it is Learned that a gentleman from Defiance had to fight for his life recently while Hunting of powells Creek. A Snake 12 feet in length came at him full tilt when he fired both barrels of lits gun at the reptile. He loaded his gun and gave the Snake a third shot before it succumbed. Huoh terrible snakes ought to he bunted Down As children Are often sent to bring in cattle and if they were to Home in Contact with such a reptile they would be frightened to death. South Tiffin. A prepare for the fair. A win. Echer is Labouring for Daniel Oberer. A a great Many Farmers Are blowing for wheat. A Frank Miller is driving a Well for Ham l Honda. John Hon for has rented the Bechtolt farm for one year. Gorman Miler lost two valuable Miloh cows lately. Two Mach Clover. A a of gypsies pasted through Here some Days ago Enro Ute to the East. A Daniel Shock of Adams township purchased a horse of h. Neaderhauser pay tug $120 for it. A miss Ollie to Utincy of new Haven id. Has been visiting at m Iraln Griir Well a for several weeks. A Orlando b Par tee the Jolly fat old Thresher an threshed for commissioner Miller with his new Massillon. It works like a Charm. A min. Jones of Defiance recently painted a House and barn for h. Neader Hauser. His work is Well done and paint is the Hest for a wooden roof. A mrs. Horah Parsee Nee Hook Man died saturday August loth aged 33 Jean fun eral services held at German in e. Church Rev. Snyder of the i. B. Church assisted the German methodist minister deliver the funeral sermons the first in English Tho other in Gorman. Remains interred in Church cemetery. Agricola. The a Mil Waukee Encampment g. A. In everybody can go for the rates Are Verv Low. Liberal Extension of time by the Nickel plate to enable everybody to make Side trips to All parts of the West. Done to forget the special train on monday August 25th through without change of Cam Call on agent of the Nickel plate and see Bills for time of train at your station. Washington township. Of Defiance vols Sunnyside of Paulding county. Genuine College. Defiance College the Best Normal and commercial College in the North West. The fall term begins h p tem Ber 2nd. The finest budding the Ablest instructors the most thorough and practical work Aud the Best boarding Hall in the country. Terms $2. 10 to $2.00 per week for Board furnished room and tuition. Send for new catalogue. No29-3ino. Brooksville and Vicinity. Edited by one of the boys. Tri state fair. Already the Large preparations for the great exhibition to be held in Toledo p., sept 8, 10i la 12 and 13, Are nearly pie Ted ther6 is much More than usual enthusiasm Over the fair this year. A de pertinent Are rapidly filling up and the exhibition will be unusually Large commanding and exciting. Itis estimated that this Eair will be witnessed by larger crowds than Ever before. The special attractions will be especially Good Fine races the great Bench show of dogs and the Wood Campbell whippet races daily. Live Stock and race entries close monday september 2nd dog show entries close monday August 20th. 2w miss Clara Truman of Helena. Ohio is visiting relatives and friends in Tiffin township the Hull Bartlett debate on spiritual ism shows that Hollis Well ver u in the Bible and philosophy science and logic in Dart Law Sledge Hammer blows that Laid Horn calmly out Bartlett deals More than bending wilfully or otherwise. Motiu a Kin ,.,________1. Cd debater eve. I in i sap Arette state Manta of his opponent who serenely gains the Day with Plain logical reasoning. Rev. Bartlett did the Best he could but instead of weakening his opponents his own. We leave it for others to say that he is swallowed a in egotism. Or. Hill will no doubt speak in Defiance again to unravel some More mysteries for be fogged people. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. Or. Frederick had 215 bushels of wheat from 12 acres. Fir. Viers of Defiance was at Munny Side lately looking up life insurance policies. A attorney Johnston and w Ife were out to the threshing Bee at the farm monday of last week Leonard Hanoi warts on the Joe Blanchard farm threshed 659 bushels of wheat on 40 acres and 463 bushels of Barley on to aures a Jimmie Weaver who was around taking the enumeration reports thirty seven some of them being coloured. The school House at Sunnyside is under Way contractors say they can enclose it in five Days after the material is on the ground. A the citizens of Defiance were highly complimented for their reception of the old pioneers but we think there wits a Little Lack of gallantry on their part by not furnishing seats for the Pioneer ladies at the speakers stand. Charley Hoeffel is trucking Iona to Defiance. A Little rain in this Vicinity would not come amiss. Harrison heir a sold Young Budgie horse for to a Numier near Cecil Rivir. Josiah Hill of Whites Mill Cattie Over monday for Nome a Tow Berry plants. A or. And mrs. Theca by of the Mackinac Blouse of Cecil were at l4lk�tfd�,> tuesday last. A miss Nellie Towel has returned from Defiance to the old Home. Nhe has been absence two months misses Katie and Lulu Muhlert of Sunnyside Are on a visit to their aunt at Wyandotte Michigan. They expect to remain away two weeks. A or. Frederic has recently Pur chased a team of horses and Wagon and rented a farm near Bethel Church. We Are sorry to lose so Good a neigh Bor. Or. Frederic of Tho a Johnston farm has Given up moving to in i Anee the estate agent o Al Uusi having broke their comr Uci with him on rho property purchased of them Tor �300. They wished to raw the Rice to $$00, a a it Wor our pleasure i it attend Tho Camp meeting held by the coloured rep rift Churon near the Aeq deduct on Wabash canal last sunday. Five of the ministerial Brethren of the adored persuasion were present and one White minister of the presbyterian Church. Two of these coloured orators held Tho Large audience spell bound while discoursing the great question of the Day what shall we do to 0 saved. The Paulding choir Yofe the wild Woods ring with their Beautiful melodies As Ciiab coloured people with their void Ana musical voices can. Miss Minerva Brown red Here last week. A Farmers in the Community Are break ing ground preparatory to sowing wheat a threshers claim that Oats have yielded on an average this year 50 bushels to the Sera a mrs. Lido 8tau, of Jefferson Williams county visited her parents or. And mrs. G Myers last week. Grandfather and grandmother Kyle of Milford township visited their daughter. Mrs. B. D. Lyntz last week a John Paxton new postmaster bus taken charge at the office at Ney. He has moved the office into Tho Brick building belonging to M. Or ago a tile stove factory will Start up this week a Minerva Brown returned to Defiance from Ney last Friday. Jacob Warner was run off his farm the other Day by Bumble bees. A the c. L. Amp n. Railroad company have enlarged the platform at Ney. A John Musher moved on the farm he bought of John Lashorn monday. A Charley Myers had the misfortune to have his buggy badly broken last thursday. A the him is maturing very slowly on account of the Cool weather for Tho past ten Days. A mrs. Bates of Medina county came to visit her brother John Loller who is very ill. A Charley Weber is the Happy father of a bouncing boy. Arrived at his Home August 18th. A the Sherwood Hicksville and Georgetown bands rendered the music at the Ney reunion. A mrs. Clara Dean attended the spiritualist Camp meeting on the fair grounds at Defiance last twi Elk North Richtand. A Scarlet foyer ill this Vicinity Al. Whitney was at Sherwood sunday. A is Carver of Toledo was hero sunday. A Andrew mined went to Ney monday to work. A John Spangler we in Toledo on business wednesday. A Anna Elliott returned Homo from Chicago last thursday. A Lillie finn of South Richland spent sunday with mrs. L. Whitney. A mrs. John Snodgrass was Ablo to be out and Toke a Short buggy ride Sabbath. A Lillie Minsel and Flora Elliott Are at Defiance learning the dressmaking Trade. A quite a number from this place attended quarterly meeting at Ridgeville Sabbath. A George and Ella Grubb Are Quito sick with Scarlet fever. Tile former is bomb better at this writing. A Frank Rohn is seen on Tho Road quite often in his now Road cart breaking ii Young horse he Lias lately purchased. A the River Road from Defiance to Independence is being Gravelled. It will be As Fine a Road As there is in Tho country when completed. Pm. E. Shearer of Hamler was in this place Hist thursday calling on his Best girl. Como again or. Shearer and get acquainted with the Young folks in this neck of Woods. Nina. Ayersville. A miss c. Wore in cd Canada accompanied by Al of try came to visit her and sifter Las Friday. Rents Star Tel for liver Pool Medina county last Friday to see hts brother who la at Tho Point of death. What a Long continued Harvest of Taiton in Northwestern Ohio this has been. Tho 23d of. August Aud still some Oats to Harvest. An enjoyable time at the Encampment at Ney thursday. Supposed to be 2,000 or More people in attendance. Hon m. M. Booth Man entertained the crowd with a very into testing speech. Quite a number of others spoke. Wants a change. To the editor we disaffected demo of not often come to the Trout whoa we do we alar i of to now i t a it. Toll the Good people of Defiance county what a expect to do and that la elect a Good honest Republican to toe Oij Hocee of commissioner one who will wok for the welfare of the people of Defiance county it is nothing but just and right that tie people should be represented by one Republican member of the Board of in a democratic county or a Democrat in a Republican county. Defiance county need a change As bad As any county in the state. Now i have always voted the democratic ticket and worked with my sleeves rolled up for its Success but every thing must have a change Aud it is proposed to change one Democrat off of the Board and put one Republican Oil i Hen there there will be general rejoicing among the tax Paye a. It will require a change of about sift Hundred voters in this democratic it pm a qty to accomplish that Bat it Jan a Dom and will be done As there Are a Root one thousand dissatisfied Fiscino a goo. Gay lard in Well again. A Corn is coming on very nicely. It. Brechbill has purchased a new buggy. A Farmers Aro Happy Over Tho Large crop of Oats. The Prospect for a Good crop of Clover seed is Good. Mrs. E. Myers is expecting friends to visit her from abroad. A the threshing whistle can to heard from Distant Fields yet. This place and Vicinity has Quito a run Aud strife on declaiming pieces. A Della Adams is the Best and most magnetic speaker in the neighbourhood. Tho. Forman can make the dust Fly with his new buggy and Little Pony. A tile painters Are working rapidly to get the now Church ready for dedication. A the childrens Day at Tho evangelical sunday evening was a grand Success. Mrs. T. Brechbill has survived the malady which had hold of her and she is out again. There wore quite a number of delegates from abroad to attend Tho services of a quarterly meeting at the Baptist Church. A the Trees begin to Tell us that death is on their tracks but not As to use the term death for they do not Loose the susceptibility of renewed action. Dedication a the new m. E. Church at Ayersville will to dedicated september first �?T89. First service will begin at ten o clock a. M. Gen a. H. Gibson of Tiffin will officiate. All Are cordially invited. A we think the Young Man who put a Penny in the contribution Box and took a ten cent piece out at Tho f. W. Baptist Church on last saturday evening was not As smart Asho imagined he was. Kansas. voters in the county. I pres Nam some Democrat will think my Beati has become powder absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and . Mora economical than Tho Ordinary kind and can not to the Noyst my o to i Wii Iii by Luau me Oral nary Kina. Ana can toned to Tho Wiiiam i not be sold in Competition with the Multi Linier a it Emo car tic Paul a tude of Low test Short weight Alum or r in this county Tor that reason i say give i Phate powders hold Only in cans Kopa a chaise a Democrat. Baking powder co. 106 Wahlst. . For

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