Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
30 May 1890

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30 May 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance it Cutta Republican vol. Xxxiii. Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday May Jio 1890. I Nice dress pattern free to every i no no. 24. Of shoes free to every in on these conditions. Now read this very carefully. On account of the death of Tho own or of possible1�?T w6 ordered by th6 c0urt of Defiance county to sell out the entire Stockton As we of live cd Pps to pieces i thenh awfully i $5 Elf Archase we will make you a present of 50 cents Worth of and of our goods in this store. To every buyer of $10 Worth of goods or Over we will give a Nice dross clm$yotsrfh�?Torroeye4rt0 or a go cd fair of shoes free to evivanwhour3 greatest snap on Earth for buyers _$1 spent Here Means $2 Worth of goods for you. Sharon sittings. The Herren to l0 poorly at at7lectoriraii Gold to erect a Creamery Jorif of ton hew went to Angola ind., tort i hot it wl11 attend Choli on�?obusinsia11 l8ft for the West l8.t a hi7ctorvinittoesf front Neata a moved to Michael Soengen and Harry hairy wore the guests of John Boong sunday ffm-stt.f8/�?T1 he 11,1 d family were Tho k hts of Conrad Soengen sunday b.liwu�?odiyf.0.te.�?T, of of Delaware in holding a at Tho k Church at void Inetal to wish her Nti ceo a we a in de Quot Oettl a lamp p0 p troubled with Chromo Boro Quot i jew. And during that in 1. E used Iii any d floret Ciu Eddieb hut have never found any that harmed to nnt11 a procure a Box a la. Is i it 5nd skin ointment i have used Only about one third of the Box my str 1 by Quot a a 1 have in Vvs r a no i he a i feel of won nor look a Well us in with it in 7x,&Quot it 10�nn the Quot Quot a Btl re i of let no fat it Ben Heath Bow City Iowa. 25 cent Boxen for Halo by j. I Weott my South Tiffin. Curtains curtain curtains. All prices. Wall paper Wall paper Wall paper All prices. . Scott drug store Cor. Clinton and third its. I lot i t f lowest prices of record. Plead them i lot 15 Emu amp ent drops of . per Quot a a a a i lot 40 and 50 cent dress goods Down to.16 a a a a i lot 12� cent satires put in at. 8 a a a a i lot to cent dress Gingham at Only., 7 a a i lot Gingham Down to. 5 cents per Yard 1 la Cay Way Down to. .4 anti 5 cents per Yard i big lot 8 and to cent shirting for. 61 a a a a pants goods from 2� cents upward a Ivor summer Silks at Only.10 15 and 20 cents per Yard All muslims at factory prices. Wool blankets at just about one half Price. A big lot of women a and children a rubber Coats Only 36 cents Worth from Ibi to dh.25 each. I big lot of $3.50 and $5 jackets for Only $2.48 each. Here is a Good old fashioned stunner a i lot of $8 and $10 Short wraps slaughtered at Only $1.63 each. 7 a or Vaaj a lot of menus and children a clothing at 1- Price in hese goods were bought at sheriffs Sale cheap and we sell them at less than you could buy the goods by the Yard menus Good suits for 2.50,3.50,4,5 and 6 dollars All underwear at Cost. Women Sio cent stockings 4 pair for 25 cents. I lot children Sio and 15 cent Hose for 5 cents 37bargains menus leather shoes for Only 73 cents. Menus Good plow shoes put in at 98 cents. I lot boys $1.50 shoes slaughtered at 99 cents. Menus $2.50 boots Cut to $1.90. Menus $3,00 boots Way Down to $2.25. Menus $3 and $4 boots closed at $2.75 of ati4\rrrv a _ _ s Ana lots closed at $2.75 Gandee amp Boston rubber boots at Oney $2 25 in women a and children a shoes we Knock the shots off from a. A in women and children a shoes we Knock the spots off from everybody. Lowest prices on Earth in these to of a on of 99<centsf Worth Les Quot and $2.00 kid and Goat Button a a Quot go ads t.,. A us Vuu shoes for Only $1.33 per pair. Biggest bargains on Earth in misses women a and children a shoes. I lot woman a $1.50 kid Button a Good solid leather lace shoe for via carpets at Cost All curtains at Cost fixtures and poles at Cost thousands of bargains All Over our House Flam him mid <3mwau of w %t6mwit m the Bollen come to this grand Money saving1 Sale. F. Swalley amp ooh sold stand Ise coi ver. 1 it a a a a a a a a def , o a Pas Fps a Fai in a ,1? prices Are Only a few of the Many bargains we will offer at this Luto Itu a forget Here is a Chance to get a Nice dress pattern free or a Good pair of goods As advertised n Purchase of $10 Worth or Over. Positively a promises kept and a Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. .306�?for Sale 6� acre farm in Section 30, f 370�?forsaie House and int in township Paulding county 60 acres Avenue known As the under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared a ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339 a for Sale Corner lot at b. It pc o. Depot 11 Defiance desirably located. Price $750. Of 8�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Woll a a cd Fence 10 acres under cultivation. Price 4? acres in Section 13, Dela-Il-r0%n put a soon will take $860.0 to it Fialer Aeres East of canal in b Price a473 tv�r�?z8ale if in Krotz addition to Ance Price $100. This is a rare Lima or Cuire a Good in a in build on. Fttalevn6 of the l e8t a arms in de to 11 aces within two Miles of t a to ii i0 acres under Cultivar an it i Black Loam the a who a la a Meu 0u8etwo stories Dixeon feet20 acres in wheat Price Tun ner acre with half Cash a reduction of in Nee a a it i Ike a so a a this is a a a a a let a a p6r ? amp a Al is or a car 5,000 a paying investment. Price Only n a Uluao Tipalu. Ici Oli Hulett it pro a $3 of Aown As feral no a property Ituk t 14, East Defiance a barn. Trice $1 200 me hou8e�?T 7 r00m9 Frame ,3�l-j�?Torgale, 80 acres in Section 16, Deal under plow Good k a told la Good a ape. Lace $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. At once Price 7-2o0. Cash $2,400. Call to?.��r?or us a a 4q ar08 in Section 25, Dela a Rii j�.8 Ift a a Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $650. On easy payments in South Defiance. U t.v7io,8ale�?T 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware i i he in a 01 68 cleared Ane Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap s3rcafeillouge a a a a Cistern St so table a Price a to ,4f0trkrs�,?l6dots,lil hot Otwa addition Glenmore. To North Defiance. Price $250? 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and Ahlrich n addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms St a ,.Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Joku Oarr Lage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. A More rain than desirable the past few weeks. A a. Winters is on the sick list a a vicious hog tackled j. Andrews and broke three of his ribs. A a. Lance moved into his new House recently. Al. Motter is erecting a new milk House on which he has plenty of room to improve in the Trade. A plenty of water the past week. A Niederaur brew. Arc improving their Prairie Creek farm by the building of an addition to the House. A a. Horrell contemplates building a barn in the near future. Of m. Gorrell is putting up a Kitchen on the Niederaur farm. at m. Mop go a last bunday evening an enjoyable time is reported. Pm. Arnhold has returned to Loudonville Ashland county after a fortnights visit with relatives in Glenmore. Of. O. Dry started out with one a tort and returned with two carts and one buggy. A a Shingle bearing the inscription a no kids allowed on this Sand truly c. H. Gol Ler a adorns Tho Sand Hill that is to be used in putting up the new Brick school House in the Lorah District. A considerable Corn to Plant As yet on account of heavy Rains. F. O. Fry anticipates purchasing an Organ or Mouth Organ in the near future. Ino a Uno. Be wants to his name. Permit me to add mine to your Many other certificates in commendation of the great curative properties contained in swifts specific s. S. Set is certainly one of Tho Best tonics i have Ever used. John w. Daniels Anderson 3.u do not suffer any longer. Knowing that a cough can to checked in a Day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee or. Aoker a English cough remedy and will refund Tho Money to All who buy take it a per directions and do not find our statement Correct. Sold by n. G. Woodward. Lib a conv of Mouton id is visiting re it Ives in tills Vicinity. A or. And mrs. George Huffman of Flor sunday jfue8,b of we c1,ne�?T"�?T Over a a he George w. Burke made a flying Trio to Williams and Fulton counties last Friday. and Boniv Deepe Lingo each now Nof or wind p0��?op derricks with a now coat of paint. rns a Neh Ifert a Quot proved Tho pick of Nee he 7 erecting b of of Dew and a Louise i Ethnel Wel c lined a Little girl at their Home lately. Clara to Herm Ier is convalescing after a severe illness. A Lewis Miller completed the Lan i a inst ment0f n town help on the27ih rhih.w,Kuhn obtained a boy from the Warner home5 Hia a a a me is Charles a pm of cd of of Noble township bought several head of fat Cattie of John 8fc�week an bolting time ensued before the Cattie were settled for. Pm. Convell is a prospective candidate for county auditor. Mart is a Bustier. N 1 s ave this Community a professional Call last saturday. I e0fl0 find Partee will move their saw tpwn8hlp and Sot it on the Samuel Rotter farm. A several of our Well known teachers a tended the county school examination at Defiance last saturday. A Maurice Maynard is having his ship Tom Der hauled from Here to Defiance notwithstanding the bad condition of the roads. Had a Tho schools for the coming Winter in this township Are engaged. A miss Del Ila Deepe closed her school in Adams township Lase Friday. Gorman Siler is having his Honse treated with a new coat of paint. A commissioner David Miller is the owner of a very Fine Spring Colt a pro Derly a a a made a business trip to Adams township last tuesday. Charles Griser Tho popular insurance Man. Of Fayette Ohio was in this locality lately on business. J a a great Deal of sickness at present. Chicken pox is raging to some extent. A win. H Mccauley was severely kicked by a horse in his left Side. To was in a precarious condition for several Day a his friends will be glad to learn that to is recovering. A Daniel Spring of Decatur ind., Fred bite of it Wayne and Mother of mra j. Attn Ero up attendance at the funeral of Little Elmer Kuhn. A or. And mrs. Henry Kulm visited their daughter mrs. Chaa 8peaker, who is quite ill on sunday. 1 a Little Elmer son of John and Sarah Kuhn died Friday May 23d, after a few Days illness of brain tron la the deceased was born get 30th 1882, and was there fore Over seven years of age. Funeral services were Beld at Salem evangelical Church. Rev. F. L Snyder former pastor at this place now of Decatur ind., delivered a discourse from in Kings 26th. A very Large concourse of people were in attendance. Remains were interred in Webb cemetery. Elmer was a Bright and cheer fill Little boy and a faithful sunday school scholar. Ills presence is missed in his Little Circle of schoolmates his cheery laugh and voice of childish glee is heard by us no More but he has passed into future Bliss in All the innocence of childhood like a precious Flower plucked in the Spring of its Beauty and perfection. Tho bereft friends have the deep and Heartfelt sympathy of the entire Community. A tis a Little grave but of have cafe. For world wide Hopes Are burled there a fathers Pride a mothers Joy is buried with that Darling buy. Ahioola. Is it is a. Solid i amp or do m e cake of scouring soap which hag to equal for Al l cleaning purposes except to the laundry to use i i is to value Fth h a of wh5t win ap0li� do Why it will clean paint make Oil Clotha 5 and Lve floors tables and shelves a new appearance. It will take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. You can scour the knives and Forks with it and make the tin things Shine brightly. The Wash Basin the Bath tub even the Greasy Kitchen sink will be As clean a a new pin if Yon use Sapolio. One cake will prove All we say. Be t Clever housekeeper and try it. A Wabe of Nam. These is but one Sapolio. Enoch Morgan s 80ns co. New York. Money a <8�?1 a 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. 6. Baker Defiance. Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. Highest of All in Leavening v. S. Govt report aug. 17, 1889 baking powder absolutely pure a is r i a a i a i at 6 per cent. Interest on listed telltale Security 2>to i a a tired All the Hay Many poor men and women who seem overworked or Are debilitated by change of season climate or life. If you could read the hundreds of letters praising hoods Sarsaparilla which come from people whom it hag restored to health you would be convinced of its merits. As this is impossible Why not try hoods Sarsaparilla yourself and thus realize its Benefit it will tone and build up your system give you a Good appetite overcome that tired feeling Anil make you feel As one woman expresses it a like a new in a j. 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. Spring w Ash goods at Harley a lion store. New White Good., new new Gingham new zephyrs new Silks now dress goods of All descriptions in an me Ime West and fashionable shades. Bargain sin new goods. Lowest prices new a carpets. So allies Only 8 cents a Yard. Debones a new fabric 6 cents a Yard. Newest styles. O carpets. Best line of dress satires at 12 l-2cents a Yard Ever shown in the City finest line of new and Chico goods in the City. Trade at the big lion store. The Harley a lion store

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