Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
10 Jan 1890

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10 Jan 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 10, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance it Oulu Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio priday january to 1890. No. 4. Grand Clearing out Sale at s commencing Jan. 2d and closing saturday feb. 1st, 1890. Grand Clearing out of everything in our Large double stores son has been against us and we will be compelled to make some great reductions to close out our Stock. Everything slaughtered. Nothing reserved. The sea 12 1-2 and 15c dress goods at 8 1-2 per Yard. I lot 20 and 25c. Dress goods at 16 per Yard. I pile 30 and 35c. Dress goods slaughtered at 21 cents. I lot 50c. Dress goods closed at 36 cents. Bargains in comfortable Only $1.50. On All s3 a Len try and All of v la Vii j pin i by rid Eye cd or App w 4 jewelry dress goods costing Over 75 cts per Yard. Good 20c shirting flannels for 14 cents per Yard. Red flannels Way Down. White flannels 10c. Upwards. 8c bleached Muslin at 6 i-2c. Unbleached Muslin 4c up. I big lot Canton flannel at 4c. I big pile Gingham at 5c. 10-4 blankets slaughtered at 98c a pair. l Wjk. Al amp . Ali j to l Al Al a j table Linen Cut Down to 18c, 20c, 22c and 28c�?every piece Worth about half Tion Pant goods crushed out at 121c, 15c, 18c and 23e�?about half Price. Bei window shades and curtain fixtures of All kinds. Good carpets greatest bargains on Earth right Here in Plush cloaks new markets Jacques and shawls. Quot Clearing out prices in our Boot and shoe department. Great Slaughter Here. Women skid and Goat Button shoes 98c Worth is 50 women kid and Goat si.75 shoes at $1.2$ i big lot women a $2 shoes for $1.39 Good solid si.50 leather shoes at 98c $2.50 rubber boots closed out at $ i 98-$2.75 High top boots must go at $2.13 Lumberman a Felt and Over closed at $1.89 $2.50 Felt and Over shoes slaughtered at $198 $2 75 Felt and in Over shoes away they go at $2.23. Children a shoes at lowest prices on Earth. Nobody competes with us in boots and shoes Gall a the Story of a mag nip cont Stone Road Way that was ripped up and gutted by the county commissioners. Will or. Miller Ever speak ? there i it so u eely a Day goes by that Pilgrim Loon not receive Burao words of commendation for the work that he has been doing. A letter before Bim now from a Dis. Tant part of the county Tays. A give the Poult e All the fact that you Oan gather regarding Tho commissioner we know what our experience Bat been but want to hear from our neighbors a Well Pilgrim will do the Best he Oan to gather All matters of interest to the most people Gardinia of t air political affiliations. Two weeks ago the Defiance Democrat said that if the Republican and express would Point out where in any county official had misappropriated county funds during his term of office that paper would Dona e .$100 to any Charity that the in n Cement of this paper might name. I told them to Divide the Money tip among the churches of this City and then Call d the attention of my readers to the fact that one of aut Tor Hills predecessors had been compelled to pay in something Over 11,000 that bad been misappropriated. I also charged that that of Ici it had not been com. Pelted to refund the fall or nonet that was yet due the people. The Democrat i s not denied that charge but in the last Issue Quot re news the offer to pay $100 of this paper will show that any official had illegally taken one Penny from the county Treasury. Blank books stationery inks Colby amp Scott. Tire impassible for teams serous to put tems on it. It becomes Dan Washington township. That is exactly the condition of Hopkins Street but what Are the people going to do about it what Oan they do. If anything is Ever done to reclaim that sire etl suppose to e City will have to put up the Money. The worst feature of j a affair is that to the commissioners seem to be careless of the result of the tar tip of Tho Street a imply because they did not expert to be called upon to repair it More than that i am informed that the work of cutting Down the is Root has not changed the Grade Over six inches an i that hence even had the commissioners expected to repair the Street the result would not have justified Tho expense of the ring it up. A heavy rain fall during the last week. A Emery Welker is nursing hand. A very sore a Jacob Snyder is building House. A new smoke thursday a of evan8p�>. Was at Ney at 85 cents per barrel at the bargain store. Of he a Quot Ellen Ltd the Shoemaker kept Busy now Days. F. H. W. Tel Shouf is knowledge we Lead in Low prices. Sheriff Sale prices of Lei s and youths Glethia hats Caps Loots k shoos we bought these goods cheap for Cash and Are Selling them rapidly at about one fourth their value. Good Felt hats at 25c Worth $1 a Homo hats for 98e Worth $2 fur Caps Worth $2.50 at $1.13. These goods must be sold at some Price. A 1 glassware tinware Queens Are All reduced Here is a Chance to make one Dollar buy two dollars Worth. Grandest closing out Sale you will Ever see is now going on at f. Swalley so , Defiance Ohio. Great Slaughter of prices on All ladies and misses cloaks. Chas. E. Bronson s Beal estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306-for Sale. 60 acre farm in Section 30, 370-for Sale House and lot on Holgate a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres Avenue known As the Perkins property under cultivation Good Frame House and 1 rce too. Other buildings. Price $2,500. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble a Ood two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame township. Defiance county Good buildings i barn. Price si.200. Three township. South Tiffin. A Peter Root bought a lot of pigs of James Kennedy last week. A Robie Alger of Dickens visited his fatter the a we k. Tel Zeb the beam of Standley is visa log hire this week. I want to say right Here that if the court of common pleas or any one else having the authority will order an investigation it will be found that Pilgrim has not told the half that Oan be told about Conn y affairs. During the last Campaign this paper was literally filled up with the most serious charges against the commissioners. One of the most striking things connected with those charges was the fact that they were made by some of the Best democrats in the county. They not Only implied crookedness but plainly charged the commissioners with untruthfulness. Now it is Well known to the people of the county that the Jemo Erat the official Organ of the party did not and has not since denied one charge made but consumed its space in vilifying Walter h. Tomlinson and the manager of this paper. A Jos Wieda saturday. Shipped a lot of hogs last now this is but on of Tho innumerable outrages that have been perpetrated upon th1? tax payers of this county. It is just such acts As that that have made the people desperate. They wore smarting under such treatment when they attempted to defeat two years ago they were disgusted when they came within 187 votes of retiring or. Glemmer last fall. Of All the charges that have been made against the commissioners they have net attempted to explain one away nor Bas the party Organ Ever taken up the matter. It Appe irs to me that this is one Case that will Bear any Umont of explanation on the part of the Board that the members May have to offer. It May also gratify them to learn that some of the Best known democrats in the City Are the loudest in their protestations against the outrageous manner in which Hopkins Street was Lorn up though it May not be a pleasure to learn that these same men will be heard from some other Day on the same subject. Trice $1,700, 328�?for Sale to acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner Jot at. A o. Depot in Defiance desirably located. Price $750 348�?for Sale 40 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 is Delaware township. If sold soon will take iwo. 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 Sion. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county Loo 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 feet1 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per 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. A o. Depot. Must be sold at Onee. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms the Roe stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Cli lion. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,000. 394�?for Sale to 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-Forsale, 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 Fer Sale 40 acres in see. 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 Hast 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 is Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A protracted meeting command december 31st, at o. K Grove. A or. Frank a Field of Defiance was a Thiee Corners this week. A the Young men Here had qute a time shooting the old yer out and the new be in. A Safe investment. Is one which la guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in Ess not fat urea return of Purchase Price. On i ii s s d plan you can buy from our udder iced druggist a bottle of or. new discovery for consumption. It is go ran teed to bring Relief in every Case. When used for any affection of Throat lungs or Chest. Suc i us consumption inflammation of lungs bronchitis asthma whooping Doug croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free it Colby a amp Kootte a drug store. A Fred Kuhn who has convalescing. A Nenjic Prueser h is i covered recent illness. Been quite ill is from her a 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 with 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. G. Baker. Defiance Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. Noble crossing. A new year Day was a wet one. A the dance at win Longs aft bus new year night was a fizzle. A oru. Kennedy who was reported the lit is recovering. A Lizzie beam of 8 Andrev Henry county is visiting her Uncle win. Longsmith. A George Kleinhon and wife spent a few Days with his it Ayersville last week. A Henry Macks House was destroyed i y fire sunday night. Everything was destroyed. No insurance a John Weaner while chopping a tree got his leg under it and had it broken. He Laid there until help Cline. A Ella Deerwester of Warsaw id is spending a few1 weeks i h her sister mrs. Joseph Davis in this Section. Or. Gier Aud wife of Indiana t and mrs. Frank Hatfield of Defiance spen a few Days with their father 8. H. Gier lust week. The school Hoar is in the several townships have been called together for the purpose of looking after those parents w to do not Send their children to school. There is not a Case of neuralgia which cannot be at once relieved by toe use of salvation Oil. At All drug stores. Price Only 35 cents a bottle. Wister of Defiance Are v. Siting friends Here about. A addle Prueser spent new year with in Defiance. W m. Rogers of , canvassed for books throngs Here lately. A urn. Par tee of Defiance is spending a few Days with or. Clink tis. Be i a Dick i an of Holgate is visiting relatives and friends in these parts. A Lewis Miler bought a number of cattle recently Lor speculative purposes. A Cornelius Shreiner a father and brother George i re visiting with him at present. Pc. L. H Ines school presented him a Beautiful Plush album us a new years gift. Ii. W. Mane had a spelling tuesday night. He has Good spelling Limner in his school. Lenra Hess of Syracuse. Id visited friends in these parts and Adams township rec Nutly. A Flora h ill teacher in District no. 6, treate i her scholars to c Andy new years morning. A John h. Larnick who has been Here visiting friends the past week returned monday to is Home in the West. A the boys around Here gave an old fashioned new year serenade with shot gun tuesday and wednesday Geo. W. Burk and 8. F. Beiderwell two Well known Defiance College students visited John b Stock a a school recently. A a. E. Bel Caw of Sherwood visited t a Toucher of District no to and was in these parts on a a business christinas week. A Jacob a. Rasor i s returned from a three weeks visit in Indiana accompanied by is brother a Law Henry f. Grace. People All know its very Muddy now but they done tall know that at c. C. Kunnus is the Best place to get a Bath tub or anything in that line. A the meeting at Rural Chapel con ducted by revs. Myers and Hood Rass is progressing with Good Success. May the Good work continue. A pro ranted meet no closed at Salem sunday night h iving been in Progress nearly five weeks. The meetings were highly successful and much Good was accomplished agricole. It seems to be the policy of the Democrat to follow in the footsteps of the illustrious fat Man of new York g. Cleveland in not denying anything. That is a Point that i particularly desire to impress upon the minds of the Peop e. In looks to me and it will strike any intelligent Man in the same Way that the editors of the Democrat go on the sup Post on that the people Lack Tho intelligence to understand what is going on around them and that a simple denial of official corruption is All the it is necessary to put them in a Good humor and drive ail suspicion of wrong doing on the part of county officials from their minds. That is a Low estimate of the Good sense of the democracy throughout the county. The Democrat does not appear to be a e to realize that there was a revolt in the democratic party last fall and to at it All grew out of the actions of the commissioners. Nor does it seem to understand that even now there Are 2000 or More democrats in the county who Are intent on straightening things out Ami will not be satisfied until the work is consummated. Many of the causes that led to the exist Ance of such a feeling l ave been related in the past but there is one Oiler that i want to give to the readers of the Republican Anc express week. The least intelligent see the Point. The evidence in this Case of he incompetency or inherent cuss Edness of the commissioners is so overwhelming that it would almost awaken the indignation of a wooden Man. A number of years ago Hopkins Street in this City was paved by the county commissioners. The Stone that were used on the Job were shipped in from a Distant Point. A con Rector was paid #2,000 of the Peoples Money to pave the Roadway. It was a Good Job of work. It should ii Ive been because it Cost a Good round sum of Money. Until a abort time ago it was the Best Roadway in this part of the Blate. Such Little affairs As this i expect to give to the people from time to time As they May transpire. So far of official Cor rapt on is concerned it does not seem important that i should add to anything at present that has already been Given to the Public. It will be remembered that just prior to the election last fall David , one of Tho commie owners of this county said that or. Clemmer was one of the Best commissioners the county Ever had and if he was Defeated he would resign Quot and show up the do not lot of corruption this country Ever heard he not Only said that before the election but he repeated the remark on several coat ions since the elec. Lion. For that reason i think or. Miller should come before the people and explain himself. If he is not willing to do that i still insist that he should go before the next grand jury and a Plain and truth Ful statement of what he knows of official corruption in Defiance county. He makes a much Graver charge than the Republican Ani express Ever t ought of doing. It will be remembered by the people that the Democrat has never denied that or. Miller did make the remark he is credited with. Neither or. Miller nor the Democrat dare deny it remember thai. A station agents report shoes up and increasing business at Ney. A Good Fine out tobacco at 25 cents per Pound at the bargain store. 80,1 or. And mrs e. Bail is. Dec. 24th 1889 All doing Well. Iou can buy 17 pounds Light Brown sugar for $1 at the bargain store. A ghz Rte Stailey and family Ere afflicted with the mumps it present writing. A in spite of the bad roads Farmers will us come to d. E. Welkert a after isl a mrs Grose who has been visiting at Ney returned to Van Wert last Friday. A with each 5oent bar soap Yon get a Nickle Pla so spoon at the bargain store. A Sherman Snyder was compelled to Send to Bryan sunday for a veterinary surgeon. A try bargain store on teas. They Are certainly very cheap considering Quality. A Charley Fuldner has improved his properly by building a sidewalk from his House to the station. A Milton Benner is nursing a sore hand caused by accidentally running the Point of a pen knife into it rasho Bowers returned last week from Longwood Canada where he Bud been for the last two months. A Simon old Knower started for Natl last week. He will work in graph office at that place. A we Send one subscriber this week for the Republican and exp bes amp let each correspondent do likewise. A died near Bryan on new years Day Jacob Brown an old Pioneer of Williams county. Funeral Jan. 3d, at the Dunkard Church West of Bryan conducted by Rey. Dicky of Hancock county. The age of the deceased was 74 years 2 months and 22 Days. He leaves a Large Circle of friends. Failures in life. People fall in Many ways. In business in morality in religion la happiness and in health. A weak heart is often an in sri Cincin a Tele the people of this county Are cordially invited to drop around and tags of a look at Hopkins Street when they come to Defiance. It is a curiosity. A English Spavin liniment removes All hard soft or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses. Blood Spavin urls splints Sweeney ring Bone stifles sprain All swollen throats coughs Etc. 8 Ive $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold by Colby a Scott. Druggists Defiance. No36-Lyr. Highland Chapel. Shady Corners. $1,000 Reward for every Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that or. Livingston a 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 7ith a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a Dottle unless it has our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price 61.00 per bottle. If your druggist does not have it Send $1, Aud we will pay express charges. Or. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. For Sale by Defiance druggists. A mrs. Anthony is no better at this Date. A Willis a Straw has no b Hies to cry for bread but lots of pigs to cry for milk a any person wishing to Purchase a first class roadster will do Well to Call on or address e. V. Smith Sherwood dido. Or. J. Culler with th3 help of George Winkempleck expects to put in several thousand tile during the open weather this Winter . L. Manning has just closed a meeting at Cecil with the most Gratifying results we learn there was about 50 Access Sions to the Church. W. W. Onstott is feeding another Jot of hogs which he will soon dress for Eastern Market. Or. Thomas says he will pack the balance of his pork. There seems to be a general uprising against the improvement Dickey ditch no. A 111 a the roads Are in a wretched condition. A a. C. Brown has just returned from Indiana. A we. Kraftl crippled up with the rheumatism. 241, and or. Dickey May As we toe whole Armor of warfare. Buckle on we had a very enjoyable time at the concert new years eve the Young people have our thanks for their orderly conduct during our stay together miss Estella elder of Fostoria spent several Days visiting with her father c. S. Elder. I St week. Estella is a favorite among All her acquaintances. Different people recommend different things to make Bens Lay during the Winter season but j. L. Thomas he h s tried All kinds of food and now fails Back on an external remedy rubbing a Modera e Quantity of Turientine on the Small of their backs. Old foot. To. Kleinhen holidays. Was at Home during the a Charles Kraft is working for we. Jones this Winter. A George Williams has left for Pennsylvania where he will make his Home. A the new Railroad is about comp ated the poles having been put up. �?8. Endsley is putting in tile with that animal that Hooks up the ground with its nose. A the Rose Loys have their saw Mill a bout ready to commence sawing for l. Davi a a the protracted meeting fit the Foster j school House has closed with about twelve converts. A the Ayersville boys who belong to the Highland gun club l ave organized one of their own. A Robert Mckinney and family of Indiana visited l Davis and friends at this place through the holidays it. B Watson is making some prepare turn towards budding a House on his farm lately purchased of de Blush. A the boys will hold their Clay Pigeon shoot at thir grounds on l. Davis place every h sturday afternoon. Every body is invited to come and take part in the killing of the Blue rocks about the time that the Hopkins Street Bridge was being completed the commissioners came to the conclusion that the Street should be Cut Down. I am informed that until the commissioners Learned that the Street would have to be repaved by the City that they were desirous of saving the Stone upon the surface of the Street for future use. To the credit of commissioner karst let it be said that he insisted upon the Stone being put to one Side and saved but the majority of the Board was against him. When the plow was put into Hopkins Street to break it up it was found necessary to attach six horses to the beam. It was a terrible task to ruin that magnificent Roadway but the commissioners got there in great shape. Then the work that had Cost the people $2,000 was raked Down against the abutment of the Bridge in other words #2,000 of the Peoples Money is deposited against the abutment of the Hopkins Street Bridge. It was dropped there by the commissioners of the county. Jewell. A mrs. Henry Noffsinger Ison the Rick list a cabs. Shagreen spent new years in Norwalk. Be. L. Carpenter started to College to study Law for two years. A Jacob Sweigart returned last week from a visit to Preble county o. A miss a Rtse Parker of Norwalk is Tho guest of or. And mrs. J. Shia seen. We. So malty was called to Tuscarawas county by the illness of his Grandfather. Jacob Zwigart moved his household effect to his daughters mrs. Mary Carpenter where he will live in the future. Petted cause of failure in life. If the blood does not circulate properly in Tho lungs there is shortness of breath asthma Etc. A in the brain dizziness headache Etc. In the stomach wind pain indigestion faint spells Etc in the liver Torpi Dity comres to on Etc. Pain in the left Side shoulder and stomach is caused by a heart Strain for ail these maladies or. Miles new cure for the heart and lungs is the Best remedy. Hold guaranteed and recommended by n Woodward. Treatise free. Over the traps. The following is the score of the Aye Ville gun club shot on their new grounds january 4th 1890 b 123456t89 10 n a a. Quot Ingles. Total. David of Cill ii is w. Cook.001 1000101-4 e.0010110110�?5 o. O. Myers. I 1 i i i 1 0 1 1 1 �?9 Willis Blanchard 101000010#- 3 a Ted. Hill. i a c. Henry.0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 -5 h. H. Zeigler. 0110000001�?8 Lou Blanchard. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 a i de Tracy. 0 0 0 0 1 0 i 0 1 0 a Jno Tracy. I 0 0 i 0 i 0 i 0 0 -4 a no. Allen. 1001011110-6 l. E. Allen. 0 0 0 i 0 i i 0 0 0 �?3 Jno limber.0000000001�?1 elate Davis. 1011111101-8 Mac. Hendershot i i 0 0 0 ii 1 0 i 1�?5 Chas. Gaylord. Looiieooio�?4 Geo. Rohn.0111110111�?8 doubles. Total. David Hill. To to 10 ii 01 a a ii . 10 10 00 sol. Hale.01 01 01 o. O. Myers.00 00 00 Willis to 10 Jud. Hill.00 00 01 a c. Henry.00 10 10 Loo Blanchard 10 10 10 John allen.00 ii 00 l. E. Allen. 01 01 ii Clate Davis. 10 00 01 Mac. Hendershot la of of Chaa. Gaylord. La oooo Geo. 10 10 4 la Roll to to to to of 00 01 oooo to Roll �?4 8 to -6 la 00 a i to 01 �?5 8 to -3 4 of �?3 8 00 �?3 4 to �?3 it 01 �?5 8 of �?2 to of �?3 8 of �?3 7 to �?3 la done to discouraged because you have had friends die with nerve lung or wilting diseases but procure a bottle of Milton a nerve and lung food take it in a tonic doses a keep it in the House and whenever Yon 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 free. Sold by j. P. Buffington nov dec a fan a a i u a t 6 per cent. Interest on 0 a certain philanthropist buys a Large Quantity of or. Bulls cough syrup every Winter and gives it to the poor suffering from coughs and colds. A no one can witness the suffering of the baby without feelings of extreme pity for these sufferings however or. Bulls baby syrup is the remedy. Children cry for pitchers Castor in. To illustrate the present condition of Hopkins Street supposing that Clinton the main business Street in the City had been lowered from twelve to fifteen inches the pavement would be away up and the Rood bed away Down. We would then have a huge ditch running through the main part of the City. Supposing that the last vestige of Stone had been removed from the Street and that a narrow strip of Sand and Loam had been put Down in lieu of the Stone that had been torn away. The Street then becomes one magnificent reach of mud Boles. It becomes in a great Meas Uto life iitsxji3a.3tcb i a 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 with Harris amp Cameron

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