Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
3 Jan 1890

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3 Jan 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance gym into Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday january 3, 1890. No. 3. Keep your amp so m on this space for bargains. Worm. Chas. E. Bronson s real state Exchange Defiance Ohio 306�?for salt60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,600. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price 1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in sect Ion to. Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price . 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Deflit in Defiance desirably located. Price 750 348�?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 Defiance. 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 Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price it to per acre half Cash a reduction of 10 per i acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good botel property near b. A 0. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381 a for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5.000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price 3,. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame Arn. Price 1.200. 394�?for Sale so across 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 South Defiance. 407 per 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�?225.00 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 Tison. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price 260. 419�?for Sale lot 16, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Stan of my at the turnstile of the old year and looking backward have been True to your maker your friends and yourselves. The future before us. Another night has come since the Bells tolled the Knell of the dying year. The turnstile through which we passed but yesterday is now one Days journey by Hind us. We will never a s that Way again. We will never have More to do that Gate Way. Memory the rear guard scout of the mind May go Back and sit in the silent Pavilion of the past and May even gather some Token of a Happy Lour or Day a Ere we had come to the turn Stile but the same messenger is pretty euro to bring Back some evidence of our neglect or forgetfulness of some one whom we had been associated in a business or social Way. That is one of Tho tricks that m Ivory pm never in broken of. If we Hove gleaned the Che it and neglected the butter Grain Dur ing the Pas year try As we May we not forget it. If we have been unjust memory is bound to Parade the Specter before us in our retrospective moods. We can not go Back and make rep i ration. The atonement meat must come in the future. A general weeding out of the Garden of the soul is a wholesome thing. If to would Roll up our sleeves and pull out Tho Oknox Lous roots if we would Pluck out the darts that have found a place in our own hearts if to would East away jealousy of we would forswear gossip and Back biting repro ones would not come to sit us during our meditations regrets would not come Mew ing in our ears it All hours of the Day nor would our Day dreams to peopled ill f Voreda fancies to turn our consciences into the testing floors and toll out to us our share of the whirl wind which we had seeded. No. The turn Stile where we part the old year should be made the dumping ground of All the useless garbage the t drifts Down around us and i e count s a part of our possessions. Men Only need one Good set of trotting harness in Tai life. If they Are made right that is All sufficient we can not expect to go in gilded leather on sundays and ply the avocation of Liam Stringer in the commercial Marls on week Days and not be found out we can not Send up petition for tills or that Charity this or that person this or that class if we do not contribute in a substantial w to to bring about what we ask for. If we do not contribute according to our Means our petitions might As Well go onto the Gorb be pile for they never be Beant then cd tin in is waste of words to get Down on our Knees Aud Pray seven times a week for the lord to sum this one or that one from so be evil course we Teri we Foster evils our selves that Are far More detestable than those against which we declaim. We May deceive some persons by pursuing such a course but we will not deceive our selves and i we or dressed in such Robes and disc re then at the turn Side we May rest w t r be be r of what Tho future has in store for us. Robe of meanness and cast the garment on the garbage pile at the turn Stile of the old year. There Are no excuses to be offered j under any circumstances. Yon Runny dwell poverty i id there is no Man so poor that lie ran not pay a debt when the Only thing required of he has nothing Che to i offer is a kind word or a Loving message. Few men Realise until after they have grown old themselves and Long after their parents Are dead How deeply indebted to them they really were. The inconstant Moon s topic >1 of More men then one and the changing restless winds that still lounge about my chamber window have Many count in parts in the passions of the children of men. Why not then look Back to Sci what scenes we h Ive brightened our presence during the past year Why not Survey the Fields that have been tossed and distressed by the passage of the passion storms we have turned Loose to blow themselves out i be roaring gales it has been said that the Hest of prophets of the future is the past. Therefore would it not be Asale Resolution that so far As we Are concerned what Ever of end there has Bein in Tho past we will leave in the pasty the much we c n Promise. That far we can prepare for the Fujiura the future does not i aug before tis i to a Vas. Curt tin that May be pierced by a keen knife and allow it a look beyond. Not by any to ans. It is like the unroll no of an unending scroll it is the unfolding of a limitless Pana Ramo of events that moves to the music of time eve tits that pass us at a breath and become u part of t in past events that go to make history. It is Only the turn Stile of the years passing in procession before us that Tell us How rapidly the time allotted to us is speeding away. Some of us Are still living it the Garden of youth and nothing but Flowers hedge the was some others have climbed the Divide and Are taking a last look backward to the land of Sunrise some others Are Blanding among the ripened Grain and Are ready to be gathered in by the dread re after. How Many will reach the next turn Stile c n not be foretold. During the past year Pilgrim has not sent out a single Arrow that was tinged Whf Galiohe May have erred in judgment but he endeavoured to discharge the duties devolving upon him to the Best of his . How Well he has succeeded it is left for the readers of the Republican and express of determine. He can Hearty Good will wish All men a Happy new year. To res it ryes the right to fight what he Konoid to wrong and it peels to to so at All times. He is willing to learn at any Lime wherein he has erred. He wants to be f. Or und just to All. Good night. Noble crossing. A Christmas was Dull in West Noble a Dilse Jolley was in West Noble week. Last a Oren Keneda is reported fever. Sick lung a John 8, Grogg butchered some Fine hogs last week. A or. Denman was in this Section monday of last week on business a Jacob Davis from the Junction Paulding county was Here thursday of last week. A the free methodists Are holding a protracted meeting in their new Church in North Noble. A the Young men had a Good time rat Ned in night rejoicing Over the marriage of Lewis Stuckey. A there is a Young Man in this Section who drank 45 cups of Coffee in three Days can you beat thai a the school teacher from District a 4, went Home tuesday sick. We have not heard from him since. A George Chi lotion is going to put up a new building in the near future. A Mosser is the contractor. Lewis to Brig is having a tot of Clearing done on his new farm in we est Noble. He will have 25 acre cleared. Blank books stationery inks Colby amp Scott. F attacked by rheumatism. I have been Helling Swift a a specific s. 8. A since 1878 during which Timo i might name a great number of the remarkable cures that it has effected. One in particular was a person who was attacked rheumatism. Tile Case was so bad that he was helpless for a Long time. He took hundreds of dollars wort i of other medicines out receiving any Benefit. He was at length happily and permanently cured after using a few bottles of swifts specific s. S. 8. W. T. Shank druggist Solomon City Kansas. Treatise on blood Ana skin diseases mailed free. Swift specific co., Atlanta a. Brunersburg. Sharon sittings. Tag Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent. Interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. 6. Baker Defiance Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. As i look from my window to night i can see the Moon the silent voyage r of the night speeding away on a course Laid out by the Ore Tor and to a port not marked Down up on the Chart. Perhaps she Las taken a up the wondrous tale and nightly to the listening Earth repeats the Story of her birth while All the stars that around her Burn and All the planets in their turn confirm the tidings As they Roll. And spread the truth from pole to pole perhaps that is her Mission. But now she has plunged Down beyond the Western horizon and Only a Trail of purple Light is left to Mark her course. The darkness thickens in the East und the night commences the March toward the Gold n slope in Earnest at my door and at my window i her the brother Hood of wintry wind now wine per ing at the key Hoe now roughly Abt King the window now training their Bellows upon the Chimney top again baying eke hounds across the Distant now whirling and dancing Over the dead in Vee along the Lawn and again voicing the swaying Iree tops the Dirge like nympho Nies of i he Winters Xii or. While i listen to Whit i Ani pleased to Call the a services of the stars the thought comes to me what Distant Fields and Hills i ave these winds swept Over tilt n Ghi what familiar beetles wire Illume i o night by tie silent voyager now far beyond the i Orison Maudie Baker is convalescent a. Bodney of Touroo Putnam county was in Indiana on a visit recently. Join Doenges and daughter were in wish Rorm and Hector monday last a Young Man near Highland Center j goes Kouth while going to lire Nort married or. George Taylor and miss Ette Huber both of Putnam county. Rev. Cost is holding a series of meetings at Continental. We wish him Success. Daviu Brant linger of Lima is spending the holidays his friends in this place. Pm. E. Church at Hector will be Dedi-1 outed Jan. 5th, Al half pest to of clock a. M. Her a will to quarterly meeting at wis terran m. E. Church Jan. 5th at two i of clock p. M. Hate Claus visited m. Doenges school i in District no. Ii in Mouroe township in the shape of Lewis Pool. Children were frightened a Little at first but they All went Home merry faces. Quite a number of Burgmans entertained friends Christmas. A. Hilton recently rested his Iron tone a to a new boat of paint Rev. Eli Myers commenced n series of meetings in the a Burg monday evening. Married on Christ Mas. Taylor Cook of this place and Minnie Bennett of Stryker. W. Behn to is canvassing for a new York Nursery. He has some Choice fruit to sell. A. Macks residence burned to the ground Munday afternoon. High wind and defective flue. Pay up your debt especially your printers debt and enter the new year a Clear conscience. Wedding Bells a a. H. Fortney of this place and Virgnia Sanford Ezra Horsey and Agues Berkmyer. Quite Hub bub in the a Burg Christmas night. The boys serenaded or. And mrs t. Cook shot guns Bells ac., a Eye scribe wishes to thank the Donner for that handsome Christmas present an Ivory pen Holder and Gold pen something very Useni especially to a scribe did you swear off that is leave your of i habits and commence the new year by but ing upright honest and True to the giver of my gifts and above Ull remember the guide Rule. A Safe investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in Cense of fun inure a return of Purchase Price. On this sure plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of or. Kinds new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case. When used for Arn affection of Throat lungs or Chest Suer As consumption inflammation of lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant und agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at Colby a Soott a drug store. North Richland. Here we Are and so is 1890. Mra l j. Whitney visited in Toledo last week. A or. And mrs. George Curtis of Toledo is visiting Here de Bixby and wife went to housekeeping last week in the Stillman Rose Louse. Or. Aud mrs. Wesley 8 Aith Are making a two weeks visit in Crawford county his Mother and sister. The school toned met on last monday to appoint a Man in each District to see that parents Send their children Over six and under 14 years to school events or i huh. Perry Spruit son of win. And Chloie Sproll died january 21. My Nancy Innmon did february i. Minnie Leech died february 4. Due la Tucker died March 15. Nellie Moi a daughter of Curtis Mohr died March 23d. Fire at James refills burned stable and contents March 25. Al Young married to May Osborn March 25. A. M. Haight had his Eye Hurt by a knot from a piece of heading striking him april 9. John Hull and addle Dunlap were Iii re d april 17. Almon Patton badly Burt by a Maul striking him in the face april 24. Win. Tittle and m by Conn married april 2k a Man by the name of k tracer drowned in the Maumee Riv it r Neir Defiance May 3d. Married May 2d John Drexler to Katie Theroff. A son of Poko Newell seriously Hurt by Fulling from a Hay mow May 12. J. B. Elliott took a dose or Monla by mistake which nearly caused his death May 18. James Elliott s House and contents burned june 5, John Drexler got three of his ribs broken y a horse kicking him june 29. Frank robs san struck july 8. Rena of orgy died july 27. George Hammon and Kila Smith were married september i. Mary Brown and sister Dell Yonng left form a court september 4. D. W. Morse kicked in the face by a horse september 11. Ida Hull and Dan Shock were married september 12. Mrs Adella Snodgrass it lied october to. O. P. Car pellum died november 4. George Drex or and Laura Shoup were married november 17. Mrs. Ida Vansusan started for Kearney Nebraska november 24 mrs. Katie Drexler wife of John Drexler died december 22d. Nina. $1,000 Reward for every Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh a that or. Livingston s positive cure for Catarrh fails to cure. Every bottle is guaranteed or Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are carried out in full. The Only Catarrh Medicine of Merit and the Only company that gives you this Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before the people Tri the a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle unless it has our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price. §1.00 per bottle of your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. De. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton Ohio for Sale by Defiance druggists Melchior and. Short hand school. Library bundling or. Summit and Madison Ste lag description Futi Kri to any address free. Study a. Board and room i per week. A a. W. Melchior Amo Ciau. C. H. Melchior principal we Are not so far away from the turnstile that we can not sit Down and think about it. L to the rear Gurd scout be i but out is it to some quiet Hamlet across the sea is it to some sequestered farm House in the far North soul ii East or wee that you would Send out the messenger is it to some sleepy country town near by to which you would go Bak is there any one you have forgotten during the past year is there a father Mother sister or brother who Are longing to hear from the dear ones seeking fume Ami Fortune among strangers is it possible that you could have forgotten the dear breast where your head found a resting place during your infancy have you saved and Pine led your self that those dear ones who h Ive i and pinched years ago to give you a Start in life May p is the evening of their lives in cd in fort Are there neglected Graves Back in the Woods that you have allowed to be Over Rqn t i lockets Are you spending your Means in riotous living while your Kindred Are suffering for want of the Bare necessities of life have you consigned your wife to the tread Mill and Are you accepting her life blood As an offering at Hie altar of your littleness have you wronged any of your neighbors does in Ivory bring Back the intelligence that you owe a debt of gratitude or duty at any of the Points visited by the wintry winds this night does memory Tell you that in All the vast Region flooded Light by the Moon this night that there is even one person who has been touched by your inattention and is fading away like a stricken Flower formulate the answer your self and if guilty emerge from your South Tiffin. Write 1890 now. A violent wind s orm sunday. One wedding to chronicle this wee fro i Stock is clubbing for the farm and Home. Superintendent Frederick went to Hicksville on business to Duy. Of As. Ii. Frederick found a note recently belonging to Henry Deepe. A mrs. A Heimick of Defiance spent Christmus her Mother mrs. Prueser. Walter Williams one of the inmates of the county infirmary died last monday. Frank Thompson of mud Creek was it. By suing for books la this locality Las week mra win. Nell Aud daughter Anna Are spending the holidays friends in Toledo. A. N Adelhauser purchased a Pioneer feed Mill trom the Smailey mfg. Co., Manito woe. Wis. Miss Ida Helmich of new Haven ind is spending the a holidays friends and rein in s in this Vicinity. Rev. F. L. Snyder pastor of the Salem evangelical Church received a a miso be Christmas present of Over $25 in Cash resell de by the members and friends of Aid Church. Speaker Kuhn. A most Joyful event was the recent wedding Coe Siun of or Charles speaker from Noble township und miss Kila Kuhn of Tiffin township. Toe ceremony was per formed by the Rev. F. L Snyder in the presence of a fire number at the residence of the brides parents in Tiffin township Christmas. Or. Daniel a. Overly and miss Riidu Kuhn were the respective attendants of the Groom and Bride. After the ceremony a most Bountiful repast in important feature of the occasion was served to More than 50 guest. The Happy couple will make their future Home near Brunersburg. The Fri in and Groom Are both highly respected and popular members of this commonly. We join their Many friends in wailing them a Long and pie Plant journey through life. The following is a real list of presents table spread or. And mrs. Peter Kuhn set to Iver Teaspoons i. A. Overly photograph album the Model clothing 8tore, of Defiance cups and s Myers Jacob Boh r and sons tidy. Emma Getgey pair picture frames or. And mrs w. Ken cig rocking c air. Fred kit Germier and family be of cups and sane is and plates or. And mrs. J. W. Kuhn table clot i Anna Kuftin set of table and Tea spoon Fred speaker set of Flat Irons and scissors d. F. Kuhn set of t table and Teaspoons Lucas speaker water Pitcher Fred Kuftin lamp John c. Kuhn and family toothpick Holder Mary Neuder Hauser Oak stand and bread place am Isda Prueser cake stand and tidy or. And or. E. Webb set of plates mrs f. Speaker Sot of cups and saucers j. L speak a China Mug Hattie holier water set Julius Prueser and Sarah Prueser Spittoon j. H. Neaderhauser comb Box Nora Kelle Ciure China Mug Cella a Einojg cake stand Hettie Partee Corner bracket shelf or. Ami mrs. C c. Kuhn two dollars in Cash Alva speaker two handkerchiefs Celia Potterf ump 0. If. Webb set of knives and Forks Henry Kulm sugar bowl Emma Kuhn. Agricola. Dry Creek. If you want Good cheap groceries go to Allen amp lords Farmer. A Bro. Roution preaches at the dry Creek Church every two weeks. The Turkey has stopped his gobble at cuty lords. It was served As a Christmas dish. A George Alexander and la Fitzcharles talk of starting a Brick Yard next summer Success to them. A the singing school held in the u. B. Church has a vacation on account of the roads being so bad. Edward Cookey lost a horse on the morning of the 24tn of december. It fell d my in t in harness. Done to be discouraged because you have had friends die Nerv a lung or wasting diseases but procure a bottle of Milton a nerve and lung food take it in a tonic keep it in the House and whenever you feel you Are beginning to run Down take the syrup again and by the use of a few bottles a year you will never die of lung or nerve troubles. Samples True. Sold by j. P. Buffington nov dec a Jan Ridgeville and Vicinity. In of a English Spavin liniment removes All hard softer calloused lumps and blemishes from horses. Blood Spavin Carus splints Sweeney ring Bone stifles sprain All swollen throats coughs Etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold by Colby a Scott druggists d Fiance. 36-Lyr. Jewell. A quite a warm Christmas. A Large number of hogs shipped from Jewell this fail. Gee. Parker gave a Christmus dinner fifteen guests present. Miss Miller returned to her Home near Hicksville lust 8 sturday. Rev. Moorman and Sholden commenced protracted meeting sunday last. The school in District no 7, had a we iks during the holidays. A m. Haight and Jacob Heiple of Standley gave Jewell a Call sunday. The roof of Alroma Conns House caught fire last Friday. No serious damage done. Frauds Butler of Defiance was the guest of Bis aunt mra Conn on Day last week. Mary Woods teacher of the largest school Here spent Christmas at her Home in de Banc. The protracted meeting has closed at the u. B. Church at this place. They got a few convert. A Chaa. Gunn and Etta mattock were the guests of or. And mrs j. Saa Iteen Friday and saturday. A Happy new year to All Aud let us All see if we can to Liv s better men and women the coming year. Rev. Shelden of Indiana und miss Minier from near Hicksville Are the go Isis of or. And mrs. Moorman. A Young Hurricane went through Bere last sunday. Fences Ani Corn fodder tour blown Down pretty Lively. Al e. Goode no ugh of Garrett lad., a the guest of hts grandparents or. And mrs. Good enough Over sunday. Ada Spurgeon returned Home last week from Tiffin where she is bean Workmo in the family of or. Matthews. Ollie Parker is giving music lessons to Mary Cameron. Annie Bectol Billie Dunbar mra Ida Patton and will give to Ada Spurgeon in the future. _ Pearle. Children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. Happy new year to everybody. Many of the for racers arc blowing. At present writing the mud is knee deep mrs. Peckham has been visiting Michigan. A election at the Grange on tuesday last week. Master Lei Mer Harmon visited at Defiance last week. The two sons of John Emery spent the holidays at Home. A an interesting game of foot bail was played Here Christmas mra f. A. Rowe and her father or. Harper visited in Michigan rec Nutly. Christ Rittiner and wife celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage on the 2<>th. At the sunday school in the m. E. Church nearly All the old officers were reelected. A there was a grand Sun else party held at the residence of it. T. Chapman last evening. A or. Schaeffer and family have just returned from Goshen ind., where they have been visiting friends. Speak no More i i concerning left Davis he Baa undoubtedly Learned by this time that he was on the wrong Side. Mrs. Higby and Daught r addio were from Quot the presbyterian Church of Defiance into the methodist Church at Ridgeville Corners last sunday. A Edward Higbea of Adam was through Here last week he was spending his vacation from Defiance College Selling Parsons hand Book of business and social forms. ,. It. Ola in Mien j. M Loose rep Clover Ca gentlemen the six bottles of red Clover i ordered of Yon have entirely cured my wife of cancer of Trio Eye und there has been no Alif of a return of it yours respectfully. H. N. Hammond. And Many others. Three township. A Orn. Kennedy is very sick typhoid fever. Cd. Stitsel is the Happy father of a big girl baby. No. Switzer of Defiance was on his farm last thursday. A there was an Oyster dinner at John Kochs Christman a married Louis Stoke and Cora Hammel both of this place. G. Kleinmen is doing some blowing for in noose this week. Henry Mosser and Sam Gier Are in the hoop business this Winfer. Pc Koons of East Nobilo was in the West part on business this week. A Tho men who have land Here and do not reside on it Are coming to see who is cutting Timber on it a startling disclosure rheumatic Sib Trp co., Jai ebon Mien. Gents for years i have been greatly afflicted inflammatory pain and soreness of the joints at times being almost unbearable could move about Only the use of crutches. In addition to i his my stomach became badly diseased and neuralgia Iset in which threatened to end my Deva a travelling Man stopping me gave quite a history of Hub Fiardo a rheumatic syrup Rind the peculiarities of a combination which induced me to try it i have taken six bottles and no in my life affords me greater than in writing you that i am a Well Man. I believe it to in the Best remedy Ever formulated. A. J. Bowart proprietor Empire House Independence Iowa. Sold by n. G. Woodward Washington township. A born a son. To or. And Moi. Will Pollok Den 24 the of Evansin Ort visited at Ney a. Coy last week. A Rev. Bailey Preache i tithe m. , Ney last sunday. A a a. It. Lewis took in the sights at Defiance monday. Or. And mrs. Will Erlson have taken a Little girl to raise. Miss Dell Warner of Bryan visited d. I Warner and wife lost sunday. A Elins old Knower of Mark township came to visit friends at Ney saturday. Harry Mcwaters is very poorly at this writing. No Hopes of his recovery. Pc. L. I. Muller is his Uncle at Tecumseh mich., learning the Baker Trade. The wheat Fields Are looking Green. An excellent Prospect for a Good crop next season. I. E. Welker shipped two car loads of tile from Ney last week to parties at Mark Center. Spelling school at pleasant Point every thursday evening. Crowded House last thursday. Or. And mra g. Rant/., of Sherwood were the guests of his parents at Ney Christmas a Amos Moon and wife of Milford township were the guests of or. And mrs. Joseph Lichty sunday. A or. And mis Jacob Speith went to Holgate tuesday of inst week to visit friends. Thoy returned Home saturday. A the Ney Cornet band rendered borne very Fine music Christmas afternoon at Ney and serenaded All of the business places. A a hello John where Are you going Quot a Why i urn going to j. W Aneris store to buy a pair of Mots he a1 Wawa keeps the Best in the a in regard to appointing a truant officer in each township to see that All pupils under 14 years of age attend school i want to say a word. I think it would be better to have some one appointed to visit Eph school and see whether the schools Are properly taught and then if so to see that the pupils attend school. I think it will be discovered that Many schools Are scarcely taught at ail. Rheumatism can be cured. It his baffled the skill of our Best physicians Aud there Are today More men women and children suffering from this terrible disease than Ever before and the opinion seems Universal that it is incurable but this is a mistaken idea for it can be cured by using an directed Hibbard a rheumatic syrup and strengthening plasters. Prepared by rheumatic syrup co., Jackson Mien. Price 11.oo per bottle or six bottles for #5.00 or we will Send it to arty address on receipt of Price. Ward. Sold by h. G. Wood r a Hill i ii ii at 6 per cent. Interest on improved m m seen Rita Sto Lipe iltsxpe3-a-Ltce i All Loans closed up on Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates William e. Moll office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio Harris amp Cameron

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