Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
17 Jan 1890

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17 Jan 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance gun Zintu Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday january 17, 1890 Bur great inducements to every one who wish to save Money at the no. 5 f. Swalley amp read our big advertisement in last week s Republican and express there you will hear of a few of the great bargains we Are now throwing away. To our customers for Friday and saturday of this week we will place some special bargains out for you. Besides Selling Many things Way below value. With every $2 Purchase we will give you your Choice of any of our handsome 15c towels. With every $3.50 Purchase 30c Worth of any goods you May want in our House free of charge. With every $5 Purchase your Choice of to Yards of any Calico in our House free of charge. I lot of women a anti children a $1 gum Coats for 39c. I lot of women skid and Goat $2 Button shoes for $1.39. I lot of menus $2.50 gum boots for $1.98, and remember these gifts Are Given away along with these awful Low prices Friday and saturday this week at the great Clearing out Quot everything slaughtered at some characteristics of the Farmer pointed out his Power As a political Factor slow to met hut All powerful when moved to fight. A comparison of tanks. Now a d to on n p son nom1 along who thinks la it Pilgrim has Boon pics Nur info the county officials lust for the fun of the thing. I care nothing about it a if i e is a i know a Groat majority of Tho p o in re familiar with All the subjects that have been disease d in this paper and w it subset a to Tho Ira silliness of evry thug Flint has be n add. We ii the people and a newspaper work together they can accomplish a great Deal of goad. They can Light up a great Many d re places and it is i get and air that dry up and drive out the Mill Dew in Public affairs just As it do a in a Damp close cow shed or Celli r. When a Sta a county or township becomes covered with Mould it is like a potato in Tho same condition. It soon stink if the Mould is not scraped off. The exudation from affairs in this county have tainted the air for some time. Every body will Grant that there is More than the average amount of rottenness in Denmark when the democrats can not stand it any longer. Hence who should object to scraping off the Mould and applying a Bealing Balm. Is there a Farmer in Defiance county who would have to have a diagram to understand those figures the people of Defiance county pay nearly double the t fixes that the people do in Wood county and yet we it have they got to show for it. Sherwood and Vicinity. A certainly any sensible Man under stand after looking at those figures Why i Lave been protesting against the unjust an i reckless actions of the Board of com Mission a. These gentle Cen have put up a costly Bridge at Del there Bend and now co lies some of the most reputable men fro n la t Section Ani say hit the abutments of the s rupture i re practically worthless. The Man who put up the Iron work a first Clusin Workman and a Good judge of such work says that these Abuja its will not ins Over two or three year and that it Lianou rage that any Community should be compelled to submit to mob a thing. Do not just such transaction As that tend to put up in keep a your taxis but then it was or. Miller who said a what do the people of d Fiance county cure of or a Hundred dollars to be sure what do they care when Tley Are paying nearly twice As much taxes As their neighbor in Wood county. To Indiana his entire Aud to the cd s t is Sale. F. Swalley amp cons. Asst be sure and read our advertisement at top of 1st Page in last weeks Republican and express. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,600. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble town said Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. 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 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 too. This is a rare i Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county Leo acres within two Miles of i the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories i 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per i acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per i acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. Cd o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on coition. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate i ?mi0�?T known As the Perkins property. Price $3,000. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section in Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. I Rice $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�?f�r 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 i last Defiance. Ca Quot it is my experience that Farmers Are not always As Quick to act upon Public matters As i hair neighbors in town in is not because they Lack intelligence but because the people in the cites and towns Are very frequently thrown in Contact with evils that May not travel Down into the country for Montha now take it in the mater of elections and there May to a revolt on every year in some of the principal towns of the state and not materially effect the result so far As the state ticket is concerned it is different however in the Rural District. The Farmers do not often change but when movement among them the Polit cans Law. Is scale t in Barile de and get out of the Arena. I is that class that makes monarchs tremble on their thrones it is to that class that we owe our Independence to Day and in w a the Farmers More t inn Uny other class thut stood firmly at the Helm until the ship of s ate had been safely guide i into a Eaf 1 Harbor at some of the most critical periods in the his Ory of the Republic. Considering those things people some times wonder Why Farmers Are frequently so slow to act when their treatment in local affairs is not Only unjust but absolutely criminal. The Are May be a Good Many Rea sons cited. In populous centers made up exclusively or largely of Labouring men they when their Days work is Over meet and discuss the affairs of the Day. By that Means they become not Only thoroughly conversant with matters relative to their interests but Are prepared to move As one Man and act at a moments not be against this or that evil that May h in. Wormed its Way into Public affairs. That is not the Case with the Farmers. After a Long and hard Days work they do no feel like going two or three a Les to meet some of to e r neighbors to discuss to it is. They May work out i he problem at their own he Irth Stone and when they meet some of their friends a week or ten Days later they May All agree upon the same Point but there is a want of organization the ready hand to fan the slumbering spark into flame is Lack ing the Leader who is willing Lay As de his work and carry the signal of w. R abroad ha3 not always been discovered. Again it Bas been shown rep it ated a where the commissioners h Ive taken up and paid fall prices for Road jobs that had not and never Honvo b in completed. Toe Sale of Road lob at 50 Cen s per Rod when it could have been sold at 35 cents per to i shows How the commissioners keep the prop under the t fixes to help out some of their friends. The Sale of a gravel Job i y or. Gleamer to his of brother in Law who had to be helped out because he had been having hard jobs All summer at $1.74 per Rod when there were men who would have taken the lob at i is than $1.50 per Rod if it had been advertised As the Law requires shows some of the processes by which the taxpayers Are bled. I leave the figures with the readers of the Republican and express. You Are Well aware of the causes that make the taxes in defiant nearly double what they Are in Wood county. I would merely add is a sup Lemonta remark that in my of non now is a Good time for David Miller com Iniss Ioner to Iii Ako a statement regarding a the dam nest lot of corruption this county Ever heard he says that he knows that such a condition of affairs exist. A comparison of the figures Given above will come very near convincing even the most incredulous that David is right Pupil Lur a strange Case. Had mrs in a. Gardn a of Vistula ind lived two thousand years ago she would have been thought to Fie possessed by evil spirits. She was subject to nervous pros to i Ion headaches Dizz Ness backache palpitation and forty to fifty spasms a Day though having b in treated by eight physicians for years without Success she was Are Man Mitt 1 cured by one Bor tie of or Miles restorative Nervine a trial bottle of this new and wonderful Medicine and u Al Neil illustrated treatise fire Atn. I. Wood wards drug store who room fiends and guarantees Shady Corners. In ast Defiance. Call at once. .412 a for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale. Lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419-for Sale lot 15. Booth and Aldrich addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed miscarriage 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. Lawyer and loan agent. Defiance Ohio. No37 there May be other reasons. You take the average Farmer and he is a keen trader. He cuts Elope and he figures close. He must do it if he would meet with Success h is not mean with it. Economy is a part of his profession and no matter How magnificent his estate if he forgets that important Rue he usually becomes Thrift less. That is an indisputable fact As every one knows who reads this letter. But there is More than that in the Farmer. His Charity is broader than that of Many of his Fellows whose daily walks Are along tide water that is eternally casting up the wreckage of crime. His neighbors Are honest men. He knows that because they were raised boys together and hence he too often measures All men by the Standard of h s neighbors that is not evidence of alack of intelligence but merely a Case where a heart is Over charged with goodness. He to a be persuaded that a Man has erred but is charitable enough to believe that of he is Given a Chance he will do better. Such things Are characteristic of the majority of men who spend much of their time alone in the Fields or Woods. The knowledge that this or that Man has been Gusty of a mean act does not die out and it is a repetition of such aces that fans the spark into flame and when the Wrath of such men is once kindled that Marks the beginning of a season of woe for evil doers. The scholars of our school feel much pie ised Over heir new years treat by their teacher or. Durfey. Pro a boy of or. Long is beginning to be doubted by Many of our people. His prediction is that we will have 48 snows during this Winier. George can to you let us off with a few less a the hearing on Dickey ditch last week before that August Board of commissioners proved to be a failure on the part of the petitioners. The commissioners will a in View the situation and we will be called to hearing again Jan. 21st. Who cares for expenses a the hop at j. Mrs in his absence was a sad example to set before Little Myrtle. Had the Young folks of the immediate Vicinity been permitted to be present a would perhaps have lasted nearer the Dawn of the Sabbath had j. M. Stepped n when the a skip Tom alien was in Progress a would have been a grand sight to us to have seen them a a skip for the Sake of a Good name for the Sake of ii tie Myrtle for the Sake of god done to Ever let it happen again. Old fog. Done to be discouraged because you have had friends die with nerve lung or wasting 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 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 free. Sold by j. P. Buffington nov dec a Jan of hta Widecki f has gone where he intends to Locae Stock of dry Roods boots and shot a general merchandise Witt he remove Albion ind. M Vining men you who smoke try slugger Quot Cigar for Sale at Harry k Muiir bold shop the Cir r the offered on the Market c ill for a us or the celebrated Ben Hor Brand. A a lines Haver is a la let established n a building of his own. Which he erected South of m Lier a hell res Saloon. The space be two it i the two buildings was ii to i Zed for a i or hop which ii occupied by or. Peter Huff. A or. Alex Kcf Askey of Melbern who has been eng god in t Man a a n that place a number of year will move Ida Stock of general i to Rohu nails Groc re s. Boots and shoes into Tho Large room occupied by j. Cob Staadeker. Eli Smith bus Purchase i the Stock of Roods owned by d. W. Bogart and intends to locate at Moats o. He Wei conduct a general store and run the Post office in connection we Hope Ell in y be successful in ins undertaking. David Palmer Assignee of Tho firm of Duad a ii Tuvlin has made his final Settle meat of lint part of the business Nuder i is jurisdiction. The creditors we Are informed by the Assignee realized about rib. Per cent on the Dollar. A our Villae schools re opened the Lith after a Vacut on of two weeks. The schools Are progressing favourably under the superintendency of mrs. M. M f in Worth bos Gleason instructs the primary scholars Progress rapidly. A Sherwood was Well represented in Deal Ano tie nth. Ditch hearing before the commissioners was postponed and commissioners decided t i inspect pers Onady in company with Surveyor some Tim this week after which they will be better prepared to adjust matters. A Willia n Webber Blacksmith at this Dace has conclude i to accept a position with peer Schlusser of Defiance or c f. Hackman of Mansfield tins Ren cd his shop and will still continue to do work at Tho old St my. This leaves the form number or by mkt Muhs Tho same the English part of the reformed constr g Ilion at this place a talking of giving re j. P. Spangler of the i. Joseph class who resides at Farmer a Call As minister. The Fiovo congregation seems to lie Divide. We must sax however that the present minister is a gentleman in sense of the word. George Rock who nth embed Miami med ical col Ige. Cincinnati and is at present attending his second term at Rush medical Cli Cage was Home during the Noird is he returned after a pleasant a Ilion to resume Bis studies on the till. Tho number of students in Rush medical at the present term exceeds 550. Sherman Mott who edited the Sherwood Sentinel for toe past six months is it present in Columbus. He was nominated for message clerk by the democratic Side and of course they having the majority. To will be elect. D. We and Raland be will hire some one to run the office for l in at this place. Mrs. Mott was Here thursday superintending Tho removal of household goods to Van Wert. A the debating society at masons College is in Good working condition and meets w of okla to discuss questions of importance Ezra Limner Henry Huston. John m. Johnson and several other enthusiasts Are Good workers. What with Deb it s and an occasional a a Belling the boys Man ago to spend the Long dreary evenings very pleasantly. The Creek is the place for fun. Tim boys approx late it. At the voting at the Hall monday evening the us a e synd r received a majority of votes and was presented with a handsome dressing Case by the Pawnee Indian Medicine company. At t he to lug last wednesday evening or. P. M. Lehman received a majority of votes and was presented with a Cigar Case by the company. This company a to St Tho pocketbook As Well As at the disease. Hold on to those Large dollars. It is with regret that we Learned the sad tidings of the death of Frank Vav. Knapp. How Many of us remember him As he truly was. When we think of oui i with him in educational instruction and social relation we Are impelled by the convictions of our heart to Honor Nim. We hive lost him in More senses than one. Though politic Illy Notin accordance with our views Oft mimes admired for his Many other Good traits. Coughs and colds All the Best remedies can be found at Colby amp Scott s drug store. Horse Las was the guest every South Tiffin. A Abram Raser lost a Vallab week. A Anna Ultine is at Defiance learning the Art of Dresnin King. A Sam Rath Dull labor among lip French at cutting ship i tiber. A Trie series of me stings at Rural Chapel were n to loess. Cd. A. Overly inn de a i business trip to Sherwood last tuesday. Pm by liens of Defiance of her Mother. It St week. A Ham a so has treated his wind pump Derrick to a cont of pain. A the. Re was a pm v party a t e a sit Nee of so my a Horn so Tim sadly night a Fred Stock is meeting wit Good sue yes in clubbing for farm Ami Home a mrs. Prosser is unite ill St this writing. Or. Aldrich is the attending physician. I lie Farmers <1 id Mort lowing the s fall and Winter than for a number of years. A the influenza has Tim a a grip on Manv a poor suffering in or to in thin Cate inanity a the recent r Dos and floods did much Daniago along the famous v. Hey of Webb run. A he gift Kwing visited this neighbourhood lately tolling various persons to come to court. A Fred Stover Wilt spent his vacation with ii h parents has returned to College at Berea o. A a Dun Coy of Delta a was in this Vicinity last we. K in the interest of his Timber business. A Frank Vii nans of Mark township was in this Vicinity calling upon old acquaintances recon to a. A died on Tho 10th inst mrs Dan Snyder of Neer Evansport. The funeral services were held sunday. A Emma Kier More who wont out East last week to visit her sister mrs. 8. Stock has returned Home. A John c. Hut n had a number of value Hie sheep killed and wounded last saturday. Tho dogs were not known. A a a Large numb in from to is Community were in attendance at Tho funeral of the late Hon. F. Vav. Knapp saturday. A i hero will he quarterly emoting St Tho Tiffin River m. E. Church on january 25th, and 2<�th. All. Re invited to at end a Reub n t. Potter f recently returned from a visit in Iowa of which country ii i Speaks in glowing terms and to iks of moving there a while Thomas Carpenter was visiting relatives in Paulding county last week some unknown person entered his residence on tuesday night nothing of value was taken. The would be thief was chased by Tho dog but effected hts escape a Obi cola. Washington township. It is a filet that the Only genuine bargain store in Ney is. H. Clarks. A Wes. Campbell has changed his appearance by shaving off his in us Tach. It Competition is confounded by f. H. Clark s Low prices at the bargain store. A i. J. Kyle had a Load of w heat hauled til Bryan last Friday despite the bad roads. A William c. Mont Tor of Waterville. O this Vicinity last week visiting we As in friends. The first symptoms of death a English Spavin liniment removes All hard soft or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses. Blood Spavin curbs splints Sweeney ring Bone stifles sprain All swollen throats coughs Etc. Have $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold by Colby in Scott. Druggists Defiance. No36-Iyr. Drackert a English pills Are Active affective and Pur. For sick headache disordered stomach loss of appetite bad complexion and b lilo us the y Hgt be never been equated either in am cry Ca or abroad sold by n. G. Woodward tired feeling Dull headache pains in various part of r Ile body sink no at the pit of the stomach. Loss of r a Petite fever is Neas pimples or sores Are All positive evidence of poisoned mood. No matter How it became poisoned it Muni Fie purified to avoid death. Or. Ackers English blood elixir has in a it r failed to remove so Romulous or syphilitic poisons. Hold under positive guarantee. Hold by n. G. Woodward Jewell. Of. Jacob Mohr is very Low at this writ a Rumor says that f. H. Clark is Selling Tho in St goods Ever offered in Ney for the least Money. A Volt tire oat of Pockel every time Yon Trade at any other Bat f. In Clarks bargain store Nev o. A a a Money makes the Mare go a at f. H. Clark m the Farmers drive there to buy Ami save Money. A a. La. Taxis has improved his rooms by adding two very Fine show cases which to secured at Chicago. A it entente people Are Rich. According to that t he richest people Are those who Trade it r. Ii. Clarks bargain store. A it it Welker Aud a Weber were at Defiance inst saturday shipping a car Load of hogs they bought in and around that place. A Rey. Robeson s it pleasant i Point will he february 9th, for weeks c us next sunday at Hall past two of clock a one wedding to record that of de Myers who was married to rate Snyder the evening of january 7th, by Rev. Stockman at his residence. The boys gave de. Myers an old fashioned Belling last saturday Dight. De coni1 n t. Stand the noise so he came out with a Box of cigars and All was quiet. Rev a. Robeson filled Rev. Rally a appointment at Aho m e. Church at Ney last Grad no i i Rev. Bally is engaged in holding a protracted meeting up the Maumee River. The patrons of the sugar Grove cheese factory held a meeting lust saturday in or Ler to be about running the factory and to get the number of cows Tho patrons will tarnish milk from. It was proposed not to run with less than 200 cows and As Many More As wish to patronize the factory. A a who breathes must suffer and who t links must mourn and he alone is blessed who knows that pain and suffering can be cur by salvation Oil although we have Hoard persons remark a a it is Worth its weight in Gold a still or. Bull s cough syrup is to be had at ail drug stores for 25 cents. Brunersburg. Tho i lath id Reid Loo is again vacated. In the Ridge a several Burgmans visited last week. A Quito a Hurricane struck this place sunday night list a the. To or. And mrs. John is the guest of a Strong hold Ayersville. Noble crossing. A John Weaner a broken rapidly. Leg is mending $1,000 Reward. For every came of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh a that in. a positive cure for Catarrh fails to Cere. 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 t7, 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. Or. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton Ohio. For Sale by Defiance druggists. It will be understood that the Farmer is not lacking in judgment but that he is too often blessed with More forbearance than is Good for him. In this county All will agree that he has stood a great Deal but there Are hopeful signs of a general revolt and i think by the time i conclude this letter that there is not a taxpayer but what will agree that it can not come too Quick for the Good of the Community. A mra Belle Peoples is reported sick with lung fever. A mrs. S. H. Gier and mrs Joel Mosser Are reported on the sick list. A Moses Horn from near Sherwood \ in t his Section last week. A i Loyalton Gier and wife have return i to their Home at Maysville ind. A mrs. G. F. Lang was the guest of or. And mrs. H. Mosser last week. A John f. Dowe was in this Section last week measuring up some Timber. A a. F. Ling has rented his farm to Andrew Potterf for the coming summer. A the protracted meeting at o in Grove has been broken up on account of bad roads. The poor health since now we hear a great Deal about the Low rate of fixation in this county and if we would take the Defiance Democrat As authority we would probably come to the conclusion after while that there was nothing in heaven above or Earth beneath to Light As the taxes in Defiance county. To make a comparison i take Wood county which is strongly Republican and in this congressional District tax. A Defiance Mills. State tax. 2.7 county tax. 3 Bridge 4 building tax.2 poor tax. 3 child a Home. 5 county ditch. 4 soldiers reliet.1 county Road. 2 5 do not suffer any longer. Knowing that a cough can be checked in a Day. And the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee or. Ackers English cough remedy and will refund the Money to All who buy take it As per directions and do not find our state ment Correct. Sold by n. G. Woodward. Sharon sittings. Wood Mills 2.7 2.1 2.2 .2 .3 total. 13 4 7.7 a a. Madden is Boring a Well. A Sophi i Noet is visiting in Henry county. A sunday school at Sharon every two two weeks. A John Doenges was in Hector tuesday of last week. A a. K. Myers and wife have returned from Tennessee. A Henry Daub is the postmaster of Monroe Putnam county. A Rev. Deck is holding a series of meetings at mount Zion Church. A Leo Eitnier and family have moved into their new residence a George Taylor and wife have moved into their new residence. A Conrad Doenges contemplates building a new Boose next summer. A Lawis Rod and family were guests of Samuel Sanford sunday last a the sunday school scholars at Wister Man m. E. Church received new year presents on tuesday evening last. Rain and mud freeze and thaw. A or. A. Povenmire Ison the sick list. A miss Stella Randal is on the sick list. A there is general complaint. Bon bad roads. A at present writing a cold wave is passing Over or a my a. Kusian is in her return Home. A a series of meetings began at the evangelical Church bib Bath evening a a s Ries of meetings will begin a Tho Ayersville m e. Church on the 20th inst a there will be quarterly meeting h4d at the m e. Church on the 25 and 2r inst. A or. Ziggles says that he is going to begin to work for common wages on the farm. A on account of the inconvenience of hauling there Are not Many logs on the null Yard. A mis m Ittie Davis w a Home Over h in Bath. Hays she is enjoying tile work very Mach. A school at this place under the labor of or. Heeder and miss Della Bine is in a state of advancement a Rev. E. Myers has returned from a five weeks meeting at Rural Chanel in which there were some 30 conversions. Mrs. E. Kusian on her return Home from Dayton Arter the death of her sister was smitten Down with fever. It is Hood that she will recover. Ing. A born january Hull a girl baby. A mrs. Ii Oil of defiant her sister. My j. Mohr. A the la Grippe i gaining on the people of this town. A the wife in i three children of win. Seh malty Are on the sick list Charley h 4pie is the proud and Happy father of a bouncing boy 1 Aly. Miss Hannah Olnear of in Liana is the guests of her sister mrs. G. Dabney. A or. Frank Dabney and family Are the guests of his parents or. And my Dabney. A married thursday january 3th, m Iryll Ammer and Henry Lolly both of Okolona a mra Elizabeth Williams and miss Kila Park r were in Defiance thursday and Friday visiting. About ten or eleven men of th1 neighbourhood gathered together and chopped quite a to of Wood for mrs. Carpenter a woman a discovery. A another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon Ber and for seven yearn she withstood its severest tests but Lier vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of or. Kings no discovery for consumption Anil was no Mac n relieved on taking first done that she slept All night an i with on bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name in mrs i lither thus or to w. C. Hamrick a co. Of sheiby n. a free trial bottle a Colby a Scott a drug store. A number Are reported on the sick with influenza. Everybody likes the new continued Story a country Luck. The boys were on hand As usual to ser Nade has. Speaker and Bride. A a. F Felt has improve d his property by the erection of a Wood House. Of. Devault and family Are occupying what is known As the Larett residence. A mud Hun reigned supreme for some time in this Region at present writing the ground in fro zing and Snow flakes Are flying about. A we h Ive been having our open Winter Tho question now come will we now have our other kind of blizzard Winter. A a. Neofer is Down with la Grippe. Sch ail is speaker and Bride Nee Kahn have moved into the Bouse with Lucas speaker. A a or. Routledge from Michigan was in the Burg on business last week. Madam Rumor h is it was matrimonial business. Time will Tell a John Flinger is keeping Batchelor shall in the building formerly occupied by c. F. Clemmons As a shoe shop. They say John is a neat housekeeper a or. And mrs. Gilkson entertained thirty three guests at dinner recently the occasion having la Een a family reunion. A pleasant time is reported. A there was preaching a the m. E. Church one night which was the Alpha and the Omega of the protracted meeting in this place until father notice. Quite a Success is reported at Rural Chapel. Of. Lehman who resides near this place will move his family to Hicksville where be Lins purchased an interest in a flouring milk a or. Gingery of Hicksville will move on the Lehman farm Iii the Spring. Success Teal. That terrible Couch. In the morning hurried or difficult breathing rising phlegm tightness in the Chest quickened pals chilliness. In the evening or sweats at night All or any of these things Are the first St Gea of consumption. Or. Ackers English cough remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by n. G. Woodward. I ii a f a our very Best people confirm our statement Wilt a we say that or. Ackers English reined Isle every Way Superior to any and All other preparations for the Throat and lungs. In whooping cough and croup it is magic and Reb Eves at once. We offer Yon t Sarap e to the free. Remember this remedy is sold on n positive guarantee. Sold Bill. G. Woodward a the doctor follows Clow heels of the ignorant Cook. On Tho at 6 per cent. Interest on eczema or pimples on the face occurs mostly in Young people about the age of puberty and is an info. In Ilion and filling up or the sebaceous glands of the skin. In almost All cases the blood is Len Pura loses extract red Clover blossoms will cure them without fail sold by Colby in Scott pitchers Castoria. Children cry for heal mate Security i 3sto a life ixts-u-e3-a.2srce3 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 with Harris amp Cameron

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