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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 15, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance a Nunn be Public Anvil. Xxxii. Defiance. Defiance county Ohio Friday. February 15, 1880. No.9. Whitton for the Republican and express. A Schoof teachers win find the Thi brother with mad Anthony Wayne Reward cards kept by any House in Northwestern Ohio at prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere at Colby a Scott a drug and Book store Defiance Ohio. We place on Sale to close out at a wonderful bargain a lot of dress goods made up into Paul erns. Bead carefully. Lot no. I. 8 Yards of 15c and 18e dress goods $1.44 5 Yards lining. .35 2 dozen buttons 20c per dozen a .40 i $2.29 pattern Only $1.48. 1 spool of the l oud .05 2 twists,.05 lot no. 2. 8 Yards dress goods Price 20c and 22c, $1.75 5 Yards lining,.35 2 dozen buttons,.50 >$2.71 Complete pattern $1.79. Thread .05 j twist,.05 i lot no. 3. 8 Yards 25c and 35c dress goods $2.80 5 Yards lining 2 dozen buttons thread twist i lot hands me dress channels regular Price 35c. Closing out at 19 cents per Yard. I lot elegant plaid dress flannels regular Price 50c., slaughtered at 39 cents per Ani. 4jv"�?Tthis is merely a few of the Many great bargains we Are uttering Atour grand Clearing Sale cloaks sold regardless of Cost. Startling bargains in our Boot and shoe dept. A clean saving of 25c to $1 on every pair you buy of us. These goods Are going like lightning Gar done to fail to visit our grand Clearing out Sale. F. Swalley amp co. Profits store Defiance Ohio. Watch this space. It will save you Money. Sunny Side of Paulding county. A a or. L j. Bercaw is still tory Low. A the Loans Are moving in great heaps from the Forest to the canal and River. A Barney a numbers h n a Little Cabin on his forty crts and great stacks of Wood Reudy for Market. A Charley Hoeff i has 200 logs on the canal Bank and will have 500 banked to fore the week is ended a we were surprised at finding no one at Home at Tho Bussell House the owner having left Sunnyside for Continental in quest of a More genial clime we suppose. A George Hazelw Ritz has erect d a Nice Little cottage on h s Sunnyside 40 acres and has quite a numb a of men chopping for him this Winter. George done to miss it often. A Emma Fields of Bryan it present a to Cher in the Hutch District near the Junction will close Hor school the 1st of March and will go to Iowa. To commence a Coll Glite course in the near future a the f run of Hill a Whetstone who have been successfully operating in the hoop business the past Winter it whities Mills have suspended work in that line for the present for want of raw material More poles wanted a Gid. Blanchard and j Tob Brown fire piling up tile log it in vast heaps just below the Junction. They have Long winding roads Cut through the Forest where the Sun cannot melt the Snow and by the use of mud boats and Broad track sleds have sue needed in getting most of their logs on the Bank in spite of the Scarcity of Snow a quite a revival has broken out at the Ben i and that Beautiful Village of the Maumee Valley bids fair to be As no de for its piety in tile future ? s it has for its immorality in the Prist. The services have been conducted by the Rev. Robertson assisted in the musical department by j. W. Huff of Sherwood Rev. Robertson a labors have been blessed by the accession of 45 Mem hers to the m. E. Church. The meeting closed Fiu nday evening. Defiance machine works of Everix kind. Leather Ani rubber belting saws saw Arbor Emery wheels. Hose flue cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas fixtures globes Etc., Etc. Saws repaired Ani re fitted Defiance machine works nol7-Ly Defiance. Ohio $3.75 dress pattern for Only $2.13. Adams township a Peter Kern hts returned from Tiffin. A Oil Root is prep iring to build a House. A i i 4 Shook visited at win. Conn s sunday. A a l p. Raker entertained the mumps last week. A lots h Ive been staked off in the Catholic Cornetet a. A tile a Man about town is real interesting. Ii and him. A Charley Brown s sin Ling face was seen on the Ridge sunday. A two weeks from monday and it will be president Harrison. Pm. Cameron held a spelling school in District 3, last Friday evening a mrs. Lewis Nee Grubb of Tiffin township has been visiting her parents. A Wesley Johnson and wife visited at Jefferson Tutie a last sunday. A a. F. Goddard visited relate its and friends in Putnam county recently. Or a. Warfield preached a very Able sir Mon last sunday morning at it. Carmel a for it no Moats and family of mud Creek spent saturday and sunday with or Schwart Sefc a our item last week should have said that William Reno paid $130, instead of $30 for the Allen House. A a. G. Mccord has engaged to sell wind purim for a firm in Butler ind. He begins in the Spring for one year. A Elling a Gerken Hail a break Down in their saw Mill last thursday. \ Crank Shaft and some other fixtures. A a. W. Newell is having a very sore knee. It is something of Tho Boll nature but they do not know just the trouble a or. And mrs. Maddock have just returned from a visit in the Eastern part of the state. They report Good ale Ghung and plenty of Snow them a we were Iff Archbold last saturday and were Well pleased to see what Fine Wells they have and such Good water. But then there Are five Saloon in the a Burg and that spoils the finery of the place. A Bro. Henry your item concerning the couple in Nebraska living together and not speaking for to years Bec is 1 they were dumb is a fair Story lint we can Tell As big. We have in mind a Man and wife who were not dumb who lived in the same House ate from the same table and did not speak for eight be irs. Dennis Jones. An Oregon minister. I received the bottle of White wine of tar syrup. One of my children was very sick with croup and As your Medicine was pleasant to t Ike i gave it and it gave almost immediate Relief. I would not be without it. And i also r commend it As a Medicine that should be at All times in every family. West Union Oregon. Rev. Of. Taup. Sold by Colby a Scott. Feb Logan. A Edith Spencer is sick. Pm. M. Hootman has a bran new boy. A John Deardorf in is soothing syrup for a boy born january 31st. . E. Arrowsmith of Reno Nevada is Here a few weeks on business. A the Logan school expects to close the Winter term with an exhibition. A a. W. Monesmith had an attack of lockjaw a few Days ago i it is better now. A Jesse youngest son of j. F. Haller of Cicero died february 3d, of in Flamarion of the bowels. Funeral services were held at six Corners Church february Sib Rev. Brake of Hicksville officiating. Eczema itchy. Scaley skin tortures the simple application of a a ointment without any internal Medicine will cure any Case of Tetter Salt Rheum ringworm piles itch sores pimples eczema All Sealy itchy skin eruptions no matter How obstinate or Long standing. It is potent effective and costs but a trifle. No42-26t a be careful of tile water which the cows drink. Physicians say that typhoid fever frequently is produced by impurities in the milk of cows drinking impure water. Cancer. I Ain satisfied t at cancer is hereditary in my family. My father died with it a sister of my Mother died of it and Ray own sister died of it. My feelings Mav be imagined then when the horrible disease made its appearance on my Side. It was a Malibu it Caner eat no inwardly in such a Way that it Cou d not be Cut out numerous reme Des wire used for if. But the cancer grew Steadi y worse until it seemed that i was doomed to follow the others of the family. I took swifts specific which from the first Day forced on the Poison and continued its use until i had taken several bottles when i found myself Well. I know that 8. 8. H. Cured me. Mass m. Idol. Winston n. C., nov. 2 i 1888. A eight thousand of Toledo a 12,000 houses use natural Gas. Farmer. A or m. B. Maea Vot moved to Edgerton one Day last week. A or. Allen Barrows moved into the House just vacated by or. Maea Vot last week. A or. Charles Naast of Oberlin College was in town one week ago lust sunday. A prof. A. L Biglow was in Defiance Friday and saturday of last week on business. A miss Lizzie Quick of Oak Harbor mich., is visiting friends it lost Creek at this writing. A prof. Hancock gave a Sleght of hand performance in Allen Hall last Friday evening. A or. And mrs m. B. Everett of Payne Ohio visited friends and relatives at lost Creek lust week a few Days. A mrs. Belle Bowker moved into the hotel last week. Travellers who Stop with her will find her hospitable and accommodating. A everybody wishing to save their Money will do Well to Purchase furniture Only of Brown a Behunc of Hicksville Ohio. A a Surprise party was Given mrs. Roby Biglow in Honor of her birthday last wednesday. It was a very enjoyable affair for All present Claude. The new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one of the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one of its staunch friends because the wonderful tiling about it s. That when one s Given a trial or. Kings new discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be a a filleted with a cough cold or any Throat lung or cheat trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or Money refunded. Trial bottles Quot a free at Colby a Scott a drug store. Special notice our grand Clearing Sale closes saturday feb 16th. Then commences our one bottle entirely cared her. I received the bottle of White wine of tar syrup you sent me. My wife at that time Hail a very Bud cold of her lungs and one bottle entirely cured Ber. I can say it is the Best and Iii fact the very Best a Dittne for Throat and lung diseases i Ever came across and i Recco intend it to All Delton win elder s. J. Adams. Sold by Colby a Scott. Feb. A a birr Oil find Bott created excitement at Gallup. N. M. It is asserted that the Oil a runs in rivulets in Many places. Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. A the woman a Christian Temperance Union of Alabama declares itself opposed to female suffrage. To a that Are fretful peevish Kkt Avo Cross or troubled with Windy Colic teething pains or stomach disorders can be relieved at once b7 using Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine hence is Safe. Price 25 cents. Sold by for Saleby n. G. Woodward. The Spring Medicine you want absolutely pure

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