Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
4 Jan 1889

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4 Jan 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 4, 1889, Defiance, Ohio T0efiance a flu vol. Xxxi great Clearing Sale Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday january i 1889. No. 3. Cd commencing january la St and lasting till january 31st. Hie a a a prices no talk about bankrupt and hire sales. Tins Sale is a consolidation both boiled downed into one damaged Stock Schif worn goods in this Sale but a bran new Stock the Best goods in the country to be slaughtered. Prices literally Cut to pieces i nothing reserved. Tho Best and Lur Gost Stork dry goods cloaks carpets Ott plot pts la pet to at lbs n0�ns, boy s ready made Cumuli to secs Ami shoes Elenh Are and tinware in Defiance county to be closed out regardless Cost. A t the goods must be turned into Money. Now is your Chance to save Money by buying at this great Clearing Sale head these prices 8 and to cent dress goods Down to so to Aud 12c a a a a a a _ 20 and 25c a a a a _ p50 1-4 off. On All dress goo is Over 25 cents a milks satins velvets and pushes All at greatly reduced prices. Good Gingham 41>c Best Gingham 7c, 8c and 10c Good Calico 40 Best Calico. A0 prices shirting will Surprise you. Canton flannels from 5c upward. Prices flannels All description have been Cut away Down below Cost. Muslin at factory prices and some grades we Are Selling even less. Yarns at closing out prices. One lot to be closed at any Price 5"the Slaughter in ladies gents and children a underwear is simply awhile prices Wool and Cotton hosiery All Cut to piece wonderful bargains. 1-4 off All jewelry. Rear we Are bound to turn the goods into Money if we done to get one half the Cost. Bear this in mind. Cloaks cloaks cloaks the grandest Opportunity in a life time to Purchase a Good cloak at about 1-4 the original Price and 1-2 less than it Cost to manufacture them is at this great Clearing Sale. We propose to m la to r 1 in a i it in n Hoof Inland in a cd. 1. I a a Quot to e in. I Ake this Sale a Stinner profits no object. In our and Tho grandest Clearing Sale Ever in Defiance. The goods must go. Boot and shoe department v 0?1?1 Cle a rank ?�10 goodies a a a great sacrifice Sale from Tho dear baby ssh Quot to Tho honoured in cases a i ust 12 the original Price. Just think build at him the Quot Quot p�?or8 b0�x s la done to miss this grand Clearing Sale to 1\ t tit 4 it cd tra to per thousands other bargains space will not permit us Pilgrim. Cogitations education and teaching the delinquent tax list English in Public schools about Farmers sons. The teachers Public schools throughout the county Are much in Advance those who led the Young minds into the mysteries Tho a b cos Long division cube Root ten years Aga in travelling Over the county one cannot but be struck with the close relations Between Prosperity and Good school houses. They Ore As inseparable As the famous Damon and pythias. Every Man owes it to his children to give them a Good education. The common Law As Laid Down by Blackstone shows that in the Light Justice it is wrong to bring up children in ignorance. Show me a Man who cares nothing for his son daughters mind and i will show you a Man devoid nearly All those traits character that go towards making up the True citizen Tho Republic. He is sordid and greedy for gain else Lazy caring nothing for the future. It was Thaddeus Stevens the old Virginius Congress when a Young Man while advocating the free school system that through his supreme efforts finally became the state Law Pennsylvania told some Plain truths to the stolid dutchmen who assembled to listen to him. Quot Youhans who said a own fun Berkshire hogs and pay $5,000 for a Durham Lull when your daughters go around in wooden shoes unable to read write their own you a addressing another a have bought a Hundred More acres when your sons Are As ignorant the alphabet As a the dutchmen did not get angry at this but began to think and Stevens went Back to the legislature by their vote Headquarters for Blank books stationery inks diaries amp cd a Colby amp Scott a drug Book it Wall paper store. It Means Money in your pocket Reader. To mention will be closed out with the other goods at this grand Joe i Xisra Sale t f. A Wamiey m co Peoples store Defiance Ohio. always fill our advertisements to the letter. Our terms Are Cash fire goods will to slaughtered at this Sale. I carpets at Cost. The balance our Tho teachers Are better to Day. They Are studying harder. They begin to see clearly that a Little saturation arithmetic grammar and Reading will not serve to make a teacher himself herself but it must be professionally studied with a View to in. De stand minds and How Best they May be Lead. It seems As though the country teachers our county should meet oftener for an interchange views upon such questions As they May be obliged to Cope with. District institutes in which All teachers in Tho Vicinity join in producing a program talks and discussions various topics would it seems to Pilo Bim be an excellent plan to carry out in Defiance county in any county where they Are not at present in Vogue. The idea is not original by any Means but it should be worked out even this year yet. There cannot be any too much work this sort done. Ural. It is too often Tho Case that the boy i does As much work As a Man. He is not allowed recreation enough mid the hardness and exactitude the life drives him to think going into something easier. Fathers have much to do wit ii this. If Tho country Homo was made Moro attractive by Means some simple games Choice books if the boys Are a mechanical turn tools for carving car entering engraving for similar work would add a world happiness at Small Cost agricultural labor is High and enabling. There is nothing to equal it the boy who would leave it to i Rake upon the Railroad shovel the streets work in the close air a store shop makes a mistake that at some future time to will regret. Brighten Home done to make thirty year old Man your fifteen year old son by breaking him Down with hard work. It will p in to do the Best you cml by him father and make the farm Good enough for him to wish to spend his Days in tilling the soil and living in dependent. Pilgrim. Epa piment the Only Brilliant a durable economical Are Diamond dyes. They Excel All others in strength purity and fastness. None others Are just As Good. Beware imitations they Are made cheap and inferior materials and give poor weak Rocky colors. 36 colors 10 cents each Send postal for Dye Book Sample card directions for colouring photo., making the finest Ink bluing to it a quartet. Sold by druggists by Wells Richardson amp co., Burlington it. For gilding bronzing fancy articles use Diamond paints. Gold Silver Bronze Copper. Only 10 cents. W. E. Henry manager. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 305�?for Sale 102 acre farm in Tiffin township do acres under plow wind pump. Price $4,500. It is very cheap. 306�?for Sale 60 Aero farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House Aud other buildings. Price $2,500. 316 for Sale Trade lot Harrison Street. Defiance Ohio with two houses and a Largo Frame barn. Will Exchange same for Good 40 Aero farm near the City Defiance. 319�?for Sale a line residence Leornor Jefferson and second streets Defiance Ohio. All modern improvements together with Good Furnace. Price Low terms reasonable. To 83 Bere farm in Section 2, Highland township Defiance county. Good Frame House splendid water 63 acres under plow. I Rice and terms reasonable. 323�?for Sale a Fine Home in North Defiance All Modem improvements located same Street and close to the College. Will be sold cheap. _324�?for Sale so acre farm in sectional Mark township 45 acres under plow Well under trained Lino fruit new Grain cry new Frame House Good cellar Throe Wells fences Are no. I Only two Miles from b. So Ii. R. Soil is the Best. Price $45 per acre. Tiffs farm is Well Worth seeing. I 327�?for Sale-176 Aero farm in Brown township Paulding county acres under plow Good Frame House Lino Young Orchard soil is regular second Bottom Good Wells the land. Phis is a bargain. Price and terms reasonable. 329�?for Sale-80 acres land in sections to and 20, Highland township Defiance county 60 acres improved two Frame houses Frame barn Good Young Orchard land Well fenced Only 6 1-2 Miles from Defiance. Price $3,200. Come and see this. 336�?for Sale a Fine Brick residence Jackson Street Defiance. This property is actually Worth $3,500, but will sell for $3,500. 337�?for sale�?140 acre farm within 40 minutes drive the City Defiance Good gravel Road. This is one the Best farms in Defiance county. Price $7,500. 338�?for sale�?250 acre farm n de i am township 85 acres River Bottom Good buildings. This farm lies right the River and is Well adapted for Stock raising. $50 per acre. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. Amp Depot. This is one the most desirable properties at Tho depot and will surely Rise in value. Price $750. Washington township. Bouncing the Agency at Litesy Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Secures to girls a painless perfect development and thus prevents life Long weaknesses. Sustains and soothes overworked women exhausted bottlers and prevents pro Lapsus. Cures palpitation sleeplessness nervous breaking Down often preventing insanity providing a Safe change life and a Hale and Happy old age. Beader suffering from any complaint Peculiar to the female sex Zoa Phora is Worth everything to you. For full information address Zoa Phora Medicine co. Kalamazoo Mich. I for Salo by Colby amp Scott druggists Defiance Ohio. Zoa Phora woman a Friend. $1,000 Reward for every ease nasal Post nasal Catarrh that . Livingston a positive cure for Catarrh fails to cube. Every bottle is guaranteed Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are carried out in full. The Only Catarrh Medicine Merit and the Only company that gives you this Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before the people with a worthless nostrum but one Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle unless it has our guarantee same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price $1.00 per a a a till h your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Or. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. A . D. A Doud is improving. A win. North is the father a boy. A a. W. Lewis has taken the depot. A considerable Timber is coming in at the handle factory. A Homer Kyle went to Toledo saturday to buy More new goods. A Jack Ridenour is employed in a Telegraph office at Greenville Quarterly meeting at Tho m. E. Church. January 20th and 27th, at Ney. A an Oyster supper was Given for the Benefit the bund Christmas eve. A Christ Swartzbeck spent Christmas in Tiffin o., with Bis daughter mrs. Ufer. A a. Ii. Weber sawed Wood with his a. Chine two Days last week Forb. D. Lintz. A Rev. Bailey preached an interesting Sermon at Ney a the m. E. Church last sunday. A Thomas Mcfeeters sold his livery barn to p. M. Crago last week. Or. Crago has Possession. A mrs. Clara Dean and mrs. A Polock went to spend a few Days near West Unity last week. A Tbs marshal and his deputies were the rampage saturday night to bring a Knave to Justice. Of. C. Platt and ii. E. Hershiser Shelby o., were in this Vicinity Visitin friends last week. A some Defiance Knave beat Jacob Wagner out ten dollars in making change saturday evening. A a. M. Doll sold his House and lot to Adam doll. J. M. Doll intends to move to Mark township to reside. Red. Pierce Wyoming returned Home to visit his parents . And mra ii. Pierce he has been in the West for the last nine years. A Charlie and William Stailey started for the state Louisiana last week to invest in real estate. They intend moving there next fall. A it was laughable to see the Man at Ney sunday dash the Jug cider to the ground and the Earth instead the boys drank up the Eider. A Jno. Lintz died at Shelby Mich., november 23d. Of old Aga . Lintz was a resident Ney for Over thirty years. He Only survived his wife a Little More than a year. He leaves a Host friends to mourn his loss. A the friends and neighbors John Kintner gathered together saturday december 22d, to celebrate his 60th birthday. He was presented with an upholstered chair and a Fine a. The guests were treated to a Bountiful supper. A Marne in december 25th, by Rev. Thomas Bryan at the residence Isaac Carver Washington township . Dud Moats Delaware township to Deli Carver. Jerry Warner was married to Alice Miller at the residence d. Miller Delaware township Christmas Day by Rev. Shue. Geo. Coiler and miss e. Durr at the residence Richard Durr by 8. K. Beatty in picking up a paper published in your City this week i noticed one whole Page was Given up to the delinquent tax list. After thinking the matter Over it occurs to Pilo rim that this is one the most foolish expenditures the Peoples Money that could be made. The publication the list in the two papers receiving it will Cost the county about $400.00. The entire thing could be set up and a thousand so them struck off for posting in Tho most prominent Public places throughout the county for less than $50.00, a saving in Good hard Cash to the tax payers $350. Of. Come now let us reason together with Good hard sense. What is the Good the publication any Way. Over in Wood county the auditor wont have it published for he says there is a cheaper and better Way to get at the delinquents. Would any such Reform be made in Defiance county Well not for awhile yet dear tax payer not for some Tima the publication is too Nice and fat a thing to swell the pockets the Man who owns Stock in a certain newspaper. What is got from the hard working Farmers in that manner is Clear profit. No there will be no change in that foolish and oppressive item expense until a new and revised system business takes Tho place the politics now dominating the court House. The new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be the Many who know from personal experience just Bow Good a thing it la if you Lave Ever Trie if. You Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings new discovery Ever Titer hods a place in the House you have never used i and should be afflicted with a cough col l any Throat. Lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded trial bottles free at Colby so Scott a drug store. It occurs to me that the reason for such a Large annual delinquent tax list lies right in the Mode tax collection which i spoke about last week. It would Cost no More to provide for township and Village collectors who being close at hand would be More readily paid. The Cost paying a collector would be very Little More than the expense now to the Farmers and citizens All professions living beyond the immediate Vicinity the courthouse when going to the City to pay their the controversy going in Many localities just at present More especially in Large cities concerning How much and when German and French shall be taught in american Public schools is interesting. Some foreign sticklers for the language their fathers advocate a system having German French taught in the earliest years the child a school Days. Is this right what use can a Man make a knowledge a foreign Tongue when that is obtained at the expense our own English in which is written the Laws ordinances most the newspapers in truth the Universal Tongue this glorious coun try. The people should never allow a foreign Tongue to usurp the position occupied by the English language. The earliest words listed by the child should be those used in the National Halls legislature the earliest sentences should be what the purest classical English writers use. Let them learn a foreign Tongue if they have the time to spare when they have More years and after the whole foundation is Laid. Instead a nether Stone let the Lingual a com i aliment be one the parts the Wall. That is the proper place for modern languages outside English in our schools. A old mrs. Dutterer is ill. A wheat 95et�, Oats 26 and Corn 35. A Stock Market Dull. Prices declining. A a. F Knight has moved to Cantono. A Seth Scott was at Defiance last Friday. A William g Lbert has returned from Cali Nia a sleighs and sleds at c. M. Overholtz a no3-5w a revival meetings at the evangelical Church. A presbyterian social at g. K. Otis last evening. A Large Stock general hardware at c. M. Overholtz a. No3 la a what has become pleasant Ridge correspondent a Tom Kerr returned last Friday evening from Tennessee. A miss Ella Rockwood is recovering from a serious illness. A Christian sunday school was reorganized last sunday. A mrs Hettie Beery is visiting in Michigan. Remain indefinitely. A bargains in stoves at c. M. Overholtz a no3-2w a oily Hood has recovered from an attack rheumatism a Abe mood returned thursday 20th inst., from California. A prof. Pyle and family returned to their Homo at Fenton Mich. A woman a Relief corps was organized last saturday evening. A school at pleasant Ridge last saturday. A made up for lost time. A John Griest has rented the David murky farm near Newville lad. A Charles Hollinger was at Waldron Mich the first the week a . And mra t. R b. Correl and son Tommy Ureal Laporte into a two John Davidson s horses died thursday night last week. A preaching at the lutheran Church next sunday morning and evening. A . And mra Frank l. For Low visited in the country one Day last week. A done to fail to Call a. J. I Jenny and h will save you Soper ent clothing. 52tf. A a. Ai. Wurtzler and miss Clara Willey were married tuesday evening. A mrs. Rate Parmer and son. Of Defiance were visiting in town last week. A mrs. Henry Gruber who has been re for some time is still very poorly. A Daniel Kleckner has a class in singing at the lost Creek lutheran Church. A miss Meda Johnston Antwerp is visiting her brother James Johnston. A Aliss Lizzie Jordan teacher in the Holgate schools was in the City last week. A Rev. Sniff it Tho Christian Church next sunday. Preaching Forenoon arid evening. A Purchase one those Fine sleighs c. Al. Overholt and he prepared for winter.3-3 pm. E. Social was held at j ii. Huff the a last Friday evening. About sixty present. A to per cent off prices stoves at c. M. Overholts. Now is the time to buy. 3-4 a Rev. Brake deliver d the last u series sermons gambling just sunday evening. A Merrick and Little son. Harold Auburn and were visiting in town just week. A done to fail to Call a. J. Lenly and get an overcoat before they Are All closed out. 52 . Urns indicates any thing consequence we imagine b is pleasant to catch and Hope Tho contracting persons will never have reasons Toton siderite otherwise. Congratulations to till. A a Lillo girl made her appearance at the Home a Van Horn and a Little soil at Tho Home Rudy Butters Bell last week. A by j. Butters Bell mention whose sickness we made some time since has failed considerable and is not expected to recover. A tax Payera complain quite a considerable when they Corno in Contact with the treasurer. What is the mutter and whose fault is it. A you can got a $15. Overcoat for $11 at a j. Henly a. 52 a James Alcore returned last saturday from Mooresville iud., where he has been assisting in a revival. He reports about thirty conversions. A there is nothing that tells so effectually in work any kind As steadiness. The greatest tasks Arn performed by keeping constantly at work. A Pettit a opera House,.one the finest business blocks in Hicksville burned to the ground at three clock tuesday morning. The loss runs up High in the thousands. �?23 per cent saved by buying overcoats a j. Henly. 52 . There seems to be a great Deal discontent among Farmers sons. They do not like to be tied Down to work the farm but have a longing to enter into City life where there is More excitement than can be found by following the plow husking Corn. While it is True that Many our Brilliant men All Over the land Are graduates from the farm it is equally True that thousands Young men have left the Home in the country Only to fall at last among evil companions and fill a nameless shameless grave. The discontent the Farmers son is Nat a Burt Clay w As obliged to keep his room Earl last week account a a a pet is neck. A the members the u. 13. Church presented their pastor Rev. A e. Gaff a Beautiful Rocker. A Samuel a Bough and wife tie Well o., Are visiting friends and relatives in town and country. A formed Good resolutions for the new year have you Reader Hope you will adhere to them. A Absalom Henry Allegan county alich., Haw been visiting his brother Levi Henry this City. A James stall a Cousin g. M. Kall Jewett is visiting friends and relatives in and around Hicksville. Cox Wood county has been visiting in Hicksville and Vicinity. He is a pleasant affable gentleman. A Stock company has purchased g. F. Knights machine works air. Knight retaining Stock to the amount $1,000. A Rev. T. E. Burrows has purchased a Ster Optican and will use it every sunday evening in illustrating his sermons. �?$3. Al Book Given to every one purchasing $25 Worth furniture Brown a Beime unto the first March 1880. N3-8o a woman a Relief corps held meeting at the m. Al churl wednes Lay afternoon at 2 clock and perfected the organization a matrimonial fever struck town recently and assumed Tho form a contagion. If the pleasant look the faces the Vic a Aliss Anna Otis accompanied by her Cousin Amish hate Barlow Galion Ufilio went to Kendallville ind. Last Friday to visit her sister aim . W. Amp Williams. A air. And airs John Beery and son Gratiot county Mich., and their Mother who resides at Sycamore,o., were in the City last week guests air and airs. In f. Beery pc. Al. Over to it a made arrangements with the l�?Tarryaifgco., Indianapolis ind., to sell their Road carts in upper Noe etc., they equal and thing in Tho Market and Are sold for $20. A persons preparing to Buffy next season can save Money and time by negotiating with. Ai. Overholt for their supplies and thus avoid the Mali which is Bure to Corno next Spring. No3-4w a usually there is a reaction in business after the holidays but judging from their immense sales there is a perpetual Holiday season at Brown a Benne a a furniture store. A never ending Christmas As it were. It was a great disappointment to Many to think that Gem Harrison did not play Santa Claus and pass Tho Cabinet positions. When he passes them we can assure you this much it will be to worthy persons and to those Bis own choosing. A prof. Sniff delivered a splendid Sermon a week ago last sunday evening. Parents it a a Quot Auld be Well for you to heed his advice and find out what your son is Reading and perhaps you will save yourselves years sorrow future. �?$3. Books historical and biographical family record Given to every one purchasing $25 Worth goods at the furniture store Brown so Behne first door East Ainsworth Boon amp Bevington a until the last Anarch 1880. 52-4w. A with Tho closing the old year Tho ladies the Centennial Ommittee at Hicksville closed up their share the business for woman a work at the Ohio exposition. Failing to get any the appropriation for the county they have shown their Pluck Ami integrity by settling their Bills honorable by their own efforts. A . 8 f. Welly Hicksville and miss Mamie wort Lagrange iud., were Christmas evening United in marriage at the brides residence by the Baptist minister that if v. Mrs. We to was a former resident this place and will receive a Happy Welcome her return by Lier friends the doctor has practice i Here but a year arum a half but in that Short time has built up an envious practice. A win. Davidson started a Saloon in his dwelling House dutch Street just out Side the corporation the first last week. It draws a corrupt element and is Tho source considerable annoyance in that Community. An Effort is being made to exterminate it. A petition is being circulated and up to time going to press enough signatures had been obtain eel to Call an election. Excluding Hicksville town Hicksville township is democratic and if matter terminates in a politic ii scheme is feared that the rum Power will win. Trust however that Ruch will not be the Case but that it will be considered an evil. And will be speedy eradicated for the Good All. A John d in who married widow Davidson dutch Street about a year ago attempted suicide saturday evening by firing three shots a revolver into his Frame two bullets were extracted by . Kin Mon and the third lies in the roof his Mouth. Unless blood poisoning sets in lie will probably recover. The trouble was caused by the bigamous marriage . Day. He left a wife it is said shortly before his , in the poor Bouse in the Eastern part the state. Being threatened with arrest he first attempted to hang his wife a eight year old boy but b s purpose Maffed by the intervention others. He then threatened to take the life his wife with a Bowie knife. At thib writing Duy is probably in custody. Paine s j cel Ryfe compound cures i proofs neuralgia j a Paine Calory compound cured my nervous tick headache a mrs. L. A. Kkt Nunu san Jacinto Cal. Nervous it prostration a after using six bottle Paine celery compound i am cured Samski. Hutch i Nso is. South Cornish n. A rheumatism kidney diseases Quot it has done me More gooder kidney disease than any other oho. Abbott Sioux City Iowa. And All liver disorders a a Paine s celery compound has been Sprat Benefit for torpid liver indigestion and Elizabeth c. Udall Quechee it. Adams township a changeable weather. A did you boo the dec Liaise a Henry Shiffler is the sick list. A Fred Brunt lost u cow last week valued at $150. A Fred gift Sells a very Fine washing Machina a we. Allen new barn. A Michael costello intends starting to the Defiance Normal soon. Or. Is preparing to erect a the it we it has Abbott and Bort Horr have taken a Job Clearing William Creno. Ferdinand be shake has bought the place formerly owned by Alfred Tubbs. Charles Landau has the finest collection blooded horses in this county. A our genial township a measurer w. Ii. Horn has traded horses. To has a Trotter now. A Henry 8< Huei Hagen has purchased too acres land f. Brunt consideration $0,500 a . And airs. John Metz visited friends Aud relatives at Monclova sunday returning the first Tho week. A Joe Pickering and James Turney Defiance tog Thor with their families spent a couple Days last week in this Vicinity. John titties contemplates building a House soon he also intends entering the state Matrimony so we Leurn Success a the Republican pole which has stood for Many years shading t he regions agriculture and Commerce has at last had to succumb to the axe. A be sure and read a a Pilgrim so last weeks items especially the report the committee appointed to examine the commissioners report. We invite the attention every honest Reader to carefully Aud prayerfully examine it. Dennis Jones. South Tiffin. A did you swear off yet a everybody fall in Lino for a tis 1889. A mumps Are Che rage in these part. A Nat Backus Defiance Hundayen with s. W. Bark. A we. Ill Mich spent Christmas with Friend at it Wayne. A c. A. Gur Weij Chicago is spending the holidays in these parts. A protracted coating in Progress at Salem Church conducted by Rev. In e. Myers. A Lewis and Minnie Blanchard were guests friends in this Vicinity recently. A Fred Albert Kelleys Island will work for Lewis Bultow the next few months. A bred Kuhn with his Sisters Anna and Ellen w Ere visiting friends at Lindsey lust week. A we. And Casper cover from Fostoria spent chris$0008 with their Uncle j. It Robertson. A Christmas Trees at Tiffin River Church and the methodist Church. Good time was reported from both places. A a joint debate at Ham school House the question be moved a that intemperance causes More sorrow than War was decided in favor the affirmative. A a the Salem sunday school reorganized choosing the following officers for the ensuing year superintendent s. W. Nead a Bausor assistant supt Sarah v. Praser Secretary Amanda Pruner treasurer d. F Kuhn chorister Hattie Pattee librarians a Bank a Kulm and Nellie Proeser for lame Back Side Chest use Shiloh Siv rods plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Bechel no7-Ly suffered for six years. Wife suffered six years from suppressed menstruation. Has been treated by the Best physicians without Benefit. Two bottles Bradfield a female regulator relieved Ber. W. Al Simmons Mcnutt a 8. C. Write the Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta a. Hold by All druggists. Jan. Powder absolutely i his powder never varies. A Marvel purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude Low test Short weight Alum phosphate put Dors sold Only in cans. Royal baking powder co., 106 Wall St. . Noi

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