Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
22 Mar 1889

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22 Mar 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 22, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Bounty Jie publican vol. Xxx i Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday. March 22, 1889. Med d ibid no. 14. Big Aura lot Spring goods two of the biggest stores in Defiance packed full and every piece a bargain. New dress goods Gingham Cali Coes thous ands of Yards of muslims and we will save you Money on every Yard White goods satires ribbons laces embroideries . Spring jackets 0.shoes for the thousands we have bought some Fine foods tills ayring at a snap and propose to give you the largest and Best assortment Ever brought to this county at a saving of from 25c to $1 of on every pair. Devery pair of shoes a bargain another big lot of carpets and of cloths give Overy buyer Barge tins this season real genuine Hiu bargains. A a of Toich och Bio remnant Odd and end Sale i. 812 Tlok bks Quot Loving rapidly at 1,43. 10, Sis and 20 cloaks Selling like hot cakes at #1.75. A our aim is to give you bargains the biggest pile and big St goods wad ii tile least Money. Come and see our Large stores our Fri to immense Stock of goods hear our Low prices and in you will say tiap. Swalley amp Peoples store Defiance Ohio Are Headquarters for bargains dry goods carpets Oil cloth Boot s and shoes glassware Queens Are daily arriving. The silo. An important faction in farming at the present time in Farmers Institute in Wisconsin. There Are women who have none of those ailments known As female complaints yet who still need Zoa Phora. When a woman has been working about the Home or sewing teaching taking care of children or of sick ones until her nerves Are All Unstrung and she feels As though she would Fly to pieces and everything irritates and annoys her a dose of Zoa Phora will strengthen and soothe her nerves and rest her. Sleeplessness is cured by Zoa Phora. For sick headache there is not a More reliable preventive and cure than Zoa Phora it works like a Charm in Many cases where everything else has failed. And any woman who does suffer from any of those complaints Peculiar to her sex should not delay a Day to use Zoa Phora. Our Book on diseases of women and children should be read by every woman especially by mothers of daughters. Sent in sealed envelope on receipt of five 2ct, Stamps. Address Zoa Phora Medicine co. H. Colman Sec. Mention this paper Kalamazoo Mich. Colby amp Scott Defiance Ohio. The Spring Medicine you want Paine a celery compound purifies the blood strengthens the nerves stimulates the liver regulates the kidneys and bowels v gives life and vigor to every organa there s nothing Uke it a last Spring being very much run Down and debilitated i procured some or Paine s celery compound. The use of two bottles made my feel like a new Man. As a general tonic and Spring Medicine i do not know its w. L. Greenleaf brigadier general v. N. G., Burlington it. $1.00. Six for $5.00. At druggists. Use it now a having used your Paine a celery compound this Spring i can safely recommend it As Tho most powerful and at the same time most gentle regulator. It is a splendid nerve tonic and since taking it i have Felt like a new in e. Knoke Watertown Dakota. Wells Richardson amp co. Props. Burlington it. Diamond of a c a r Featham and i Tibbon. U in Munu i a a it elegant dec it Momi Eai lao Taofo food a Babei Ullin i it twerp veil Tel i cd r Usu night no a a laughing 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 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 01.00 per bottle of your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Or. Livingston Medicine co., Dayton Ohio. I written for the Republican and expo in 1885, the legislature of wi., appropriated live t hone my doll is for the Pur Scarf of holding a series of institutes throughout the state for the Benefit of the Farmers. Or. W. It Morrison a Man eminently Quail tie i to perform the duties of the office was selected to superintend the work. The fit Ness of the appointment has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of ail persons who Are familar the manner in which the ins Lutes Are conducted the Farmei of the state took such an interest in the work that the legislature of 1887 increased the appropriation for this purpose to twelve thousand dollars. Tills sum enabled superintendent Morrison to increase his working Force Rind hold a Large number of mad bag i he present Winter there is but one Institute being held in a county fifty Flo counties will be visited in nil Besid s a great Many special meetings where but one or two of tile regular Institute workers Are necessary to supplement the local Talent. The assignment of the institutes to the various towns where they Are to be held together speikers subjects d ites ., is decided upon in the summer arid a print e l list in died to All local commute is throughout the state so that they Muy have ample time to prepare a program that is especially adopted to the Wen s of their own Loc Littles and see that Tho Institute is thoroughly advertised a special Eifort is in ale by the super a pendent to Braw out All the local Talent possible and Canso them to feel that the inst Tate is their own and that he is there merely to assist. Two Days of Thiol sessions each ire crowded full of practical instructions on topics the it Are of vital importance to All whose business it is to till the soil and the men who give this ans Yuetlon Are practical f Inners who have made a Success of the Branch of farming they represent men who have enabled by Long years of study and observation to become masters of the situation and authorities on the topics discussed by them. The Day sessions Are Given up entirely to the consideration of the practical affairs connected the business of farming. Tire evening meetings Aro attended largely by the Village or towns people which in order to please and interest i la necessitates a cd Inge in the program consequently this aes Hon is Given up to papers on education amp a and literary topics Pion life by interspersed music by Means of these institutes a class of far Aro helped that could be benefited in no other Way instead of obliging them to leave their Homes to seek this needed instruction it is brought to t in r very doom Tho Hoys if they choose c n Avail themselves of Tho Many advantages offered by the University of . In its Short course in agriculture which commences in january each year and Las s twelve Weeka no examination is required to enter this course so thut any farm boy can Ava of its privilege Wmk possibilities of the silo. In former times the months of june and oot Oler have been the months for the production of the Hest an i sweetest butter. I his is because the grasses at these times Are Lilied the Cholo St an i b St of the juices and Aromas which Are treasured up and Given out through the Media m of Earth atmosphere and sunlight in these months the grosses attain their highest perfection in storing up t o Essen to i sweets which Are so recon Zable in butt a fro n this fact it has Long been the desire of the butter maker to find a food i or his cows that possesses the qualities of juices and sweets the it Are contained in the june and october Pas Trage. If he has said daring All these years i could Only find a permanent food ration for Jay cows that would enable me at All seasons of the year to produce butter having the Quality of the butter made in those months and that would keep up to flow of milk of those it would pay to be p cows for diary purposes Aud would give a satisfaction to the work As Well is being remunerative. Many subordinates Hay been formulated and Tri a. But always my ardent Suc Cesa it was therefore great Joy that the Dairy Nan and Tho Farmers baited the Light of Promise that come in the announcement that a receptacle ecu d be made for Green forage plants and grasses that would perfectly preserve them for months and even years and in such a form As to retain the and sweets uni Opal red and that cows fed upon this food would give milk that would produce results As Good As when they cropped for themselves the pasturage glasses of june and october Aud further that quem i y As Well As Quality would be maintain d. While this As i have Sai i was a Welcome announcement it was received a great Many grains of allowance and was accepted great Many grave and ser Ous doubts j1 seemed to be too Good to be Ira. As t a year wept by the evidence of the truth of the assertion com tinned to accumulate and Thoro were person in our own state who had the courage of their belief and convictions. They gave the matter a trial. Wherever there was a trial made and Mizens it ought to be it was a Success and like a Felling Boby the idea gained Force by its own momentum. Poes the silo and ens Ilage fax it pay in Many ways. In the furnishing of a Nocci Lerit food Lor our cattle in the Winter time to take the place of pasture in the summer. It prepares the Farmer to resist the ravages of drought an4 to Ferd his Stock As Well when the pastures arts Al j dried up us when they Are at Lull production and keep the flow of milk at i s full. It enables Hun to in be a uniform Quality of butter the year round giving Aco staut summer in the diary from the years beginning to its end it enables him to keep twice the amount of Steak that he formerly Cou d. And he can keep Bis steers growing almost if not quite its fast in the Winier months As he can in the summer tips better i preparing him to comp to the men of the Western Plains. Or pays be. Cause it affords us our Only Means of slur i lug in a cheap and s itis factors manner i where it is always Ava lab e for feeding i purposes regardless of the weather our greatest of ail craps Indian Cora the silo has come to stay it to j the staying and successful firmer will Avail himself of this valuable adjunct to his farm properties j just in soon in his Means will permit Leslie Al Adams Smit ., exha to station farm. A Madison february 18th, 1�8u. Brooksville nod edited by one of the boys. A come gentle Spring ethereal mildness in or. Rohr g has moved bus saw Mill to Jewell hr., Bas a Public Sale on prices be Verett Jared Joseph , thelot. Fear j. Bah and wife have been East on a visit George Hucher has engaged to work for 0. D. Black. Of my Keller of Ney is visiting at George Ranee a Joseph Stockman bos become a reel Dent of deflation. A. W. Hancock is talking of building a Hue Large dwelling House. to i Newcomb # father Fayette Ohio Bas been visiting him. Freeman d a tip of Missouri is visiting at Amos in id res Evansport. Emory a. Bayliss and miss Mattie Jones have concluded to commit Matrimony. Fannie Wieland closed the Figley school last i humbly. Seventeen were present. A. Yeager of Grelton Henry noun v it it Halo Lins been visiting his Brothers it Evans Orr. Or. R. I Cameron of Jewell. Ohio has it Een flt ending his brother at Evansport who is sick. 1 a George Hall of Evansport and miss Snyder of Bryan were married March re. I cd Mccord of a Lams Ridge has moved to Evansport and occupies one of i Horn s Dengerd a houses. J Homos eager a Hon have just received h Spring Supply of goods which they Are Helling at reasonable prices. John w. Cameron of Evansport. Has returned Home from Washington territory whore he Inis been for the past year. Al a re in inst week moved on Hari Rin in Washington township and c d Black moved on the j. We wader Furm. Or. J. S. Cameron who has Beans Rlyons Myntti it it i pneumonia coupled neuralgia pains from of i army wounds is we Are glut to say getting better unit r the treatment of or. Newcomb one Day last week Frank Mattox a Young Man of Williams county was engaged in sawing Wood a Buzz saw be fell in such a manner As to h Ive a p it of his knee so badly a iwed that the leg was amputated above the knee. Small chances Are entert lined of his of Lancing Michigan visited g. Higley lag thursday on business connected the publication of the works of prof. Lewis King who p used to spirit life March a to 1888, aged 70 years a in Wal it a the celestial messenger a and openingthe8ixth heal a will lie put Lis lied this summer Tho time having arrived in which they Are to b s placed before the Public. Prof. Cody is a Hale old Man of �5 years and rued no of great ability. A George Stahl who was formerly a resident of or Lirie Creek but rec utly a resident of it or Jeff min met his death Sud a tonic monday evening. March Lith aged to years he was on ids Way to Mon be let o attend the of i Fellows Lodge meeting when lie was in some mysterious manner thrown from his cart sustaining a concussion of the brain c using his de us in eight hours he was married several years ago to Lydia Myers of Chickasaw whom be leaves s iveral children to mourn his death the remain were interred at Orville Wayne county Ohio. On a Good Spring roller for Only 37 1-2 cts. At 1-2 usual prices. Incomparable assortment. A seven foot elegant decorated i a a us on a Good Spring roller Only so cents. At Colby amp Scott a 4 Leer Juja i a a to Din Faerie of meetings in Mark Center. A a a a Nuber Quot of achoo Narm went Ina lion in la Alti and Tuo Xam Stella elder ref urn cd Home Ift to work from Fostoria where she has been attending College. Nat Holton spent sunday Tho loth his parents. Nat is attending College in in ii to. Sabbath s Bool at Murk a enter is in a flourishing condition Sabbath to ii oui every 8abb Ith at to a. M. Bud Kuntsch made a trip to North Baltimore monday of bist wok on Busine returning the following wed m s Lay. A a a. V. Hinitch formerly of pm nth or Creek but now living East of Williams Center was seen the other Day in Bryan dodging around the Corner and into a furniture store emerging shortly a Mal rim on Tai trill Busket upon inquiry to said it was a girl. Ii s dad Smith now. Have Yon Catarrh. Or cold in the Heady or chilblains or a old bores or Chipping or chafing or a Burn or any old sure the Best thing in Tho world for it is a a a a a in a a str Otegui Halm get a free Sample at the drug store of Colby a Scott. No i lit. Defiance machine works. Sisal water Ani sit St Lii of every kind. Leather Ani rubber belting saws saw Arbor Emery wheels. Hose flue cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas fixtures globes ., . Saws repaired and re fitted. Defiance machine work Defiance Ohio nol7-Ly township. Blare a started monday for by arrived for guests Merit wins. We desire to s in to oar citizens that for years we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery for consumption or. Kings newi.,1 Stock Lens a Amici Salve and Blee Trie bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well or that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if Satin pc Ory results do not follow their Lue. These remedies have won their popularity purely on their Merit Colby a a Colt s druggist Sharon items. Be. E. Spencer is this summer. Working for b. Scott. A a a candidates for township officers Are thick and plenty. Series of meeting in Continental is still in goo i Progress. A a v. Mansfield is going to Illinois to spend the summer. Michael Doe Ages was the guest of his Paren s last sunday. L a Harmer s residence on the county line is going up rapidly. The two saw Mills in the # place have a Good Supply of logs at hand. David Baker from Jewell is working for Michael Doenges this summer. A Hamilton hers i and his sister eld Are going to school in Angola ind. La yid Izanc is cutting Farmers a Good Supply of fire Wood for next summer his Buzz saw. A a fit Ink Grant is going to build a barn 4 .y0u. It in this coming Spring f m Grant builder. sneak thieves Oare and pole some potatoes of cd Al Doenges. That makes the i Inners smart when they come around again they will get a snot gun ready for them. A mothers of ailing daughters. Every woman above 15 years of age should read the Book a advice to mothers concerning diseases of women and children a a published by the Zoa Phora Medicine it company Kalamazoo Mich. Hold by Colby a so t mar. Logan. Dick Arrowsmith will return to Nevada soon. A miss la y Mcfeters is working at Frank by in Frank Byers made a trip to Defiance just tuesday. Aaron Hopkins is recovering from his recent illness slowly. A tile s Bool closed Friday an exhibition in the evening. A Charles Connor and Florence Michaels were married a few Days Aga a will Wilson removed to Hicksville last week where he has bought property. I j i Cole of Cicero captured a couple of Young of Squirrel a few Days ago and will try and rain. Them As Petis a the Schott school close i last wednesday. The scholars presented the teacher f. Al. L get a Nice Plush Alburn. Vej caring the time of year has moving. A John Render i n i were the of Leonard Barrack lout Hrudny a tile draining will in the order of the Day for some time in this , a Char by Weber will have a Public Sale March 25th, to dispose of some of his Stock a Emma and Dodo Pierce Start in a few Days for York it Rte to make thut their Home. A the boys have been Kepi pretty Busy attending to Belling for the last two weeks. A the Maple Grove school will close frill y the 22d, an exhibition in Tho evening. A Jacob Warner and wife and j try War nor and wife took in the sights of Slier Wood sunday. A a. H. Weber and s. T. Dean have been sawing stove Wood their in Chine the last few weeks. Married Furch l l a 1880, Emery Baylis of Delaware township and Mattie Jones of Farmer township a the protracted meeting at Ney closed last wednesday evening quite a number of conversions. A married the i till by Bey. J. Boyd at the residence of Wes. Campbell Jim Campbell and Loo Spieth. A Amos Moon intends to move to Milford township this week on Peter Kyles farm which he has rented for three year Peter Carlstadt is on the sick list a mrs. Till Hartshorn . A mrs. A e. Whitcomb i on the # cd list. A airs. Harvey of Utton is quite ill in Haemorrhage. P. M. Congo loaded 12 ions of Hay in a oar it Ney the feta. Dolph Davis started for Putnam county wednesday morning of last week. The school a in arms Are on the Warpath looking up in Miner schools. The stave factory building is up but the machinery has not yet arrived. Isaac Stockman is Pri p iring to build a barn this Spring. L. Wolff has the contract. E even Ney citizens went to Dayton Lait week and before returning went to Cincinnati mid Covington. A will Ridenour exchanged Bison horse for two mules Scott Figley and is now ready to do teaming. John Byer who recently returned from California intends building a House on his farm in this this Spring Charley Walker and will holler Hon it b. F. Kit Nero a sawing machine and Are sawing Wood in the neighbourhood a the Church of god began meetings in the Ai. E. Church at Nev on saturday evening the Lith conducted by Bey. Boyd. A the pleasant Point school closed Friday the 8th, an exhibition in the evening. A enjoyable time and a a crowded House. Children s Home. A air i fan i or Arni air. Mulligan of Defiance visited tile Home last tuesday. A 1, indebted to air a Brown mid t Havu i so Quot Quot Quot if Reading matter re i Here Vlf May Bane for the use or tile Hume. -�?o-Ji,.-.� karst and Hemmer of the Board of. Commissioners visited the Home on i no radar to inspect tire cellar which is insufficiently drained and being suspected As Iii cause of sickness recently prevailing Anions the inmates of Tho institutions �?1the Matron is in receipt of Aletter Rorn her Uncle John 15 Grueff of Philadelphia la. Proposing to scud her magazines Ami periodicals air. Urn off considering such contribution of current literature to the Midden s Home As entertaining and useful ii by in t0 a bold Ucucu Nibot Lon in his Thim we to in teacher. Miss Man i boor being c died away by the death it tier father. Air. Emanuel boor of her Wood who was struck by the ears und instantly killed on Sarday the s to Huper let it ii ii it Frederick and wife and Myrtle attended the funeral on thursday the Lith. J Bowne or Lakota North Dakota daughter of airs a. A. Law Hili spent a few Days her Mother. Mrs. Bowne is an accomplished musician a graduate of tile Boston Observatory of Musk. Her winsome Way and Sweet songs brightened tile Home during her stay and will always lie recalled pleasure. A last Friday evening an entertainment was Given at the Home. Under the thorough train leg of Maud boor Tho children rendered a Mother Goose a in a manner very creditable to to Iii ius Clvis and highly entertaining to the company present during the veiling mrs. Bowne Sang contributing greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion. I in i i i a isl 4 of the evening concluded an old fashioned a a spelling Skoal a j. It Alef inlay sen., taking the first Premium. Last week the term of office of Phillip Mccauley As trustee of Tho Homo . Air Ald Aulov has served faithfully for three be us past he has been constant and conscientious in the discharge of his duty. Always present at. Board meetings and at All firm s manifesting an intelligent interest in tile welfare Ani advancement of the Home. Or. Mccauley is succeeded by Munson Whitney of Adams township a gentleman highly spoken ofas possessing qualities d to the office. A Emery Welker and wife went to Fulton county lust sunday to see airs. Welkert smother airs. Allman who is sick lain fever. Or Welker stayed to wait on Ber Mother during her sickness. A the question of sidewalks at Ney is again being agitated. This time it is the lady residents who Arn doing the talking and the acting. I glory in their undertaking and know they will not fail or falter but i they can walk from the Post office to the depot on Good walks. Adams township Noble District no. 4. This Weeker Ltd a running huh full blast i�trssy3 iut ten Quot Boe it 11 mover or svy in no by Quot it it re ipod to 3 a a Quot pm a Rev. Flickinger of District no. J is lying very ill at this writing. No Kink Mith and partner finished cutting hoop poles lost week. Or and Jolt Joach a flue lot of Wood hauled ready Tor the saw. I7i 5z�od,. Are Quot Quot Merom meddling other Peoples business As usual. Chilling of mud Creek was in District a 4 last week buying Send Corn. S Linter and wife were the guests of w in Longsmith saturday of last week. A a Horsey and wife visited the later parents or. And mrs. Kennedy recently. A Anna Del Arber of Defiance was the guest of mrs. M. Longsmith lust Friday. A i Here was in old fashioned Oyster Sud Naff Sun Quot to log a a a a a to Quot a Day time and not after night As is the usual practice. School in District no. 4, closed last Fri Day. I to dozen visitors Lent their Eno our ogee Zient to education by being present to Wandene. Sunny Side of Paulding county. Maple Hyrup has been Ripe a week. A Quot no to tej Koto 1&Quot a a a a and a it a or. Moon has been doing a Fine lob of Clearing on the Daoust farm. We have Buff Cochin and Tangshan Mother of Mulchi West Noble. A a. Flip Mger is on the sick bet and is very sick indeed. A John h. Grogg and wife were the Quot Menlo of Nelson j. Grogg sunday. A Frank Long attended the funeral of Emanuel Ioor at a Here cod. A Geo. Boterf is negotiating j cob karst for a farm in Delaware township. A Bamasi Grainer Fin sin re n four months term of school the 15th, in District no. I. A waiter Horsey an i wbf., visited a couple Days last week mrs. Horsey Parent a Farmers Are Busy rebuilding fences and fixing up their farms. The s is Good weather for the business. A we. J, and wife visited mrs Longs Mitby Smo in r in the was Eru Pun of Defiance township sunday. She was completely cured. A daughter of my customer missed menstruation on arriving at puberty her health was Compi etly wrecked at my suggestion she used one bottle of Brad Fields female regulator which cured her. J. W. Hellums. Water Valley miss. Write the Bradfield Reg co Atlanta a. Mold by ail druggists mar a raspberries strawberries Green of As and string Beans were for Sale at Placer cal., lust week. A the great popularity of or. Jones red Clover tonic is due to its Allic ency agreeableness and pleasant action. It promptly and thorough years colds fevers dyspepsia Cost Veness bad breath Pils pimples Low spirits sick and nervous headache ague malaria scr Fula rheumatism Salt Rheum and All stomach liver and kidney troubles. Fifty cents it it of . Beche. It cleanses and tones up the dogged and fever a ish system. Acceptable to the most i delicate stomach. Harmless prompt and thorough in its action. 4 a if troubled w Ith pains in the Chest or dry Congh try Rinehart s dough Balsam. A Spring now. A will titties is in new Jersey. A j his has been Good sugar weather. A Hiram hat s were suitable i ast week. A Nell Tibbs is at her aunts in Henry county. A the sick Are not much improved at this writing. A Home thieves stole Jonah Grubby a Moat lust w Eek. A airs. Samuel Allens Gan is visiting her. A Vav ii i a i m Horr sold a Fine horse lost week to parties in Chicago. A or Gopher of yer will Libor the coming season for his Bro Jer township Dee Ion april 1st. Somebody must expect to get april fooled. Sunday school will be organized at af1 Carmel a week from next sunday. Mrs. Jennie Tittle of Defiance visited relatives on the Ridge Over sunday. There is no use telling that there Are no fewer i Hun forty cases of mumps in this locality. Every Republican should be present at the caucus next tuesday evening at the Hankie school House. A miss Loa cookie of Defiance and miss Amanda Hankie of Milford township via. Ileal at j. I. Inkles one Day last week. A Fred Lind in go jammed quite badly on the. Lith by a team getting frightened while being hitched to a boat he w Ostak log an Organ Home that had been used at an exhibition. Ii i take Phi sure in stating to Tho Public that the North of go correspondent to the Jar want and our Humble self had a settlement of our int unpleasantness existing Between us. We have concluded to let , be by Gones to Lay Down our i arms and fight each other no More never. Died at ins residence in Adams town. Slip on monday. M ire to Lith Liq j. K. Dover. Inc Deo eased was aged about i years and u months. He was born in Preble county Ohio and for Many years has resided in this township. He leaves a Large Circle of friends to mourn his loss. Interment took place from Dunkard Church on the 13th. Rho letter from the Adams township Farmer on Road improvement meets our Hearty concurrence. All should be interested in Good roads. I hey Are in our reach i we need to do is go ahead and after the bid is passed vote for it. When the vote is taken let every Man think How they have had to Wallow through the mud and. Then i hey will vote As they should that is for the Levy. Eggs Tor Sale at 40c per setting a to. Ii an Chaid has been waiting for More Snow to finish hauling logs. Erand we warmed our shins Aud enjoyed they live y the Long May Bercaw whose health has been tailing Tor some time seems to make no improvement. U a Call at will Martins for Sunnyside Maple syrup. Superior flavor and does not Grain like that made from the sugar tree. A Good Shower of rain would make the Gross und wheat look quite Green and Souid increase our flow of Maple syrup we have 250 tree tapped this season. A or. Frank Bales who has just fun shed a term at the Etri nary College at Toronto. Ontario Canada stopped on his return a vie Indiana and paid Sunnyside a visit. He says they have not had much of a Winter in Xanadu. We had the pleasure of chatting a while our genial friends Ben. Mccollister. Will Ferguson and Elijo Karns at their pleasant Homes near powells Creek last week and Carne near wetting our feet in the Creek on the Rotten ice. The water wag Little too cold for pleasure in bathing. Or Andrew sprout took us in out of the Keathl a the Supryse of rip Van Winkle when awaking from his Long slumber could not have been greater than the consumptive upon find no himself entirely relieved by or. Bulls cough syrup. 25. Cts. A pretty sunny haired child curing the Newfoundland a Cut foot salvation Oil. Heart disease. A awk your grocer for Victor Mara his r1 use a a a oth Quot re a 8roc"rb liar Ilc it. Ll-4t at a g. Woodward a drug store. If you get blurt of by Cath have fluttering pain in Side faint or hungry spells swollen Ankles . Yon have Helix i disease and sold powder i absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the Ordinary kind Aud cannot be sold in Competition the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders sold oily in cans. Royal baking Bowder co. Loo Wall by. No Doi

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