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21 Nov 1890

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21 Nov 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday november 21, 1890. No. 49. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale co acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county so acres 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 ditches two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at. A Depot n 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. 351�?for Sale 20 acres East canal in Section i. Price $475, 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to j North Defiance. Price too. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build . 368�?for Sale one the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369 a for Sale a Good hotel property near Amp 0. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets Clin . A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot Holgate Avenue 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 80 acres in Section is 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�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township 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�?for 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 in East 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 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A amp a Carriage at the office at All hours to show property free expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Montey i am daily making Loans improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made either Long Short time with privilege paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest 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. Tors. A. S. St go. Proprietors the mexican medical and surgical Institute no. 152 West Western ave., Muskegon Mich. cures deafness noises in the head Catarrh bronchitis Throat and lung diseases diseases the Eye and ear All chronic private and nervous diseases deformations club feet Knock knee curvatures etc., granulated eyelids sore eyes crooked eyes discharging ears chronic cough Gaiter big neck fever sores All forms sores and ulcers a Bright disease diabetes dropsy All diseases the kidneys and bladder heart stomach and nervous diseases Chorea St. Vitus dance Erysipelas general debility scr Fula skin diseases and All blood diseases. Falling sickness fits positively cured by our new method treatment. Or. Booth has made a specially All forms rectal diseases. Piles internal external itching bleeding rec Tural ulcers fistula fissures causing nervous and lung diseases Are All cured if treated before it is too late. I treat and cure All forms piles without pain and without the use knife caustic ligature. Come and learn our method treatment. We never fail. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured by our new and never failing treatment. No pain. Catarrh positively cured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. Or. Booth is not one those a no cure no a doctors the usual old Way speaking but will treat his cases a contract not to receive until cured. The firm b., s. Amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered by the state with capital Stock oooo. Hence you take no chances in treating with them. They Are the oldest and most reliable medical firm in this country. Or. Booth has a specific for rheumatism and neuralgia that never fails to cure. Take notice.�?$1,000 Reward for every failure to cure dyspepsia sick headache piles fits tape worm stricture fever sore Catarrh if course treatment is followed. To Young and old and Middle aged men. There Are Many from the age 30 to 60 who Are troubled with frequent evacuations the bladder often accompanied by a slight burning smarting sensation weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examination the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will be found and sometimes Small particles albumen will appear the color will be a thin Milkfish Hue again changing to a dark torpid appearance. There Are Many men who die this difficulty ignorant the cause. Young Wien who have become victims solitary vice that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands Young men exalted Talent and Brilliant intellect May Call with Confidence. Private Poison venereal taint. Gleet stricture seminal emissions loss sexual Power weakness sexual organs want desire in male female. Gage Quot i will give special attention to difficult cases and cases other physicians have failed to cure. Persona applying for treatment will please bring two to four ounces urine for analysis. Address consultation free. Drs. B., s. Amp co., Muskegon Mich. Like5 noes the brighter some Tiff cars us Lite More worn Busy wives who use sap a Lio never seem to grow a amp be copy blight a Complete wreck Domestic happiness has often resulted from badly washed dishes from an unclean Kitchen from trifles which seemed Light As air. But by these things a Man often judges his wife a Devotion to her family and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in these particulars. Many a Home owes a Large part its Thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to Sapolio. Grocers often substitute cheaper broods for 8apolio, to make a better profit. Send Hack such articles and insist Bavin just what Quot i every Waterproof Collar cuff that can be relied Otstot to sput not to Discolour bears this Mark. Be up to the Mark Trade Mark needs no laundering can be wiped clean in a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market Royal baking powder is Superior to every other the United states official investigation baking powders recently made under authority Congress by the department agriculture Washington d. A furnishes the highest authoritative information As to which powder is the Best. The official report shows the Royal to be a Cream tartar baking powder Superior to All others in Leavening Power the River City a institutions. Defiance College one them. An institution which our citizens should be proud. A Chance to donate a dormitory. History and sketches. A romantic Valley. The Hocking Valley Ohio. Its Coal the about Coal mining. Beautiful delightful place to the people. Correspondence Republican express Logan o., nov. 15ih, 1890.�?i was thinking to Day that perhaps some the readers the Republican express would be interested in hearing something about the Hocking Valley Coal regions How the miners i be How they work and other matters incidental to one the greatest Industrial centers the kind West the Allegheny mountains. I have no data at hand to show the immense quantities Coal that Are taken out the Valley every year but my meaning will be Plain to All when i say that an almost continuous Stream Coal is passing out Over the 0. H. V. Amp A from one years end to another. Much this co in is distributed from intermediate Points Between the Valley and Toledo and reaches Many if not nearly All the towns importance in the state. The great bulk it however is sent to the Lake ports and is loaded boats and carried up the great Chain i Kes finally reaching the most Remote regions in the Northwest. The most noted shipping Points in the Valley Are Nelsonville Buchtel Murray oily Happy hollow Snow Fork monday Longstreet Carbon Hill Sand run new Strain Seville and Hayden Ville. Nelsonville and Haydenville Are located the main Branch the c. H. V. Amp R., while the other places Are either the Straits Ville monday Creek Snow Fork branches the same to d. N is Mville has a population 8000 9000, while new Straits Ville Bas about 5000 Godo these two towns being the most important in the District the town Shawnee with a population 5000 6000 is in the same District but the Coal from hat Point is shipped Over the Newark Branch the Amp In r. The country Between Nelsonville and new Straits Ville a distance ten twelve Miles is so thickly set led with employees mines and furnaces that the District might As Well be called one vast mining town. Until they meet the rooms driven ont from some other entry. Two men usually work together. They sit lie Down at the face the Coal and commence mining. They Cut out a space in the Coal next to the floor about two feet High and from six to seven feet Back Clear across the room they then Drill holes in the face the Coal and shoot it Down. This shooting generally takes place in the afternoon and to a stranger who finds himself in a mine at that time the effect is startling. The very Hills appear to by shaken to their bases while the air Rushing through the entries. Moms and sobs like a stricken child. After the Coal is Down the Miner goes Home and at four clock the next morning he is Busy loading it into cars and running it out the mines. Remember dates. Crosby House oct. 24 and 25 nov. 21 and 22. The c. H. V. Amp R., which has become one the most important As Well As one the Best equipped systems in the s ate has a perfect net work Brt Nch lines threading nearly every Ravine in the Region. From there each Day pour Down a Black tide to the main line and you can understand by that How it comes that an almost continuous Stream Coal is pouring out Over this Road every Day in the year. There Are Al to Many important shipping Points the same Road Between Nelsonville and Athena there is much valuable Coal land the Ohio and West va., Branch the c. H. Y. Amp t., but not so much i has been opened up As in the other District mentioned. What is known As this a great vein to is located in the counties Athens Hocking and Perry and ranges from six to twelve feet in thickness. Tho Coal in this Field with one two exceptions is reached by Drifting. What i mean by that doing away with All technical terms is that in Ste d sinking a Shaft As you would a Well to reach the Coal an entry is driven straight into the Side the Hill this b ing possible because the a great vein a in he main lies above the w Der shed in other words above the streams that wind in and out among the rugged Hills in water courses As crooked As a serpents Trail. As the rooms Are driven Back posts Are set up at intervals to support the roof. Between these posts a Wood in track is Laid and cars run in from the entry which when loaded Are hauled out by mules and taken to the Coal hoppers tipples. Each car bears the number the room from which it was taken. When the Driver reaches the tipples his train is taken charge by men there for that purpose. A car is uns hed the tipples and the Coal being emptied out passes Down Over screens into the weight Box the weight master rec Ives the number the room makes a record the weight and drops the Coal Down into a Railroad c in and it is then Caraway to far off markets. When the rooms in a certain Section have All been mined out then comes the work drawing ribs. The ribs Are the partition Walls Between the rooms and the work removing them is dangerous in the extreme. The Hill settles and the pressure becomes so great that Hugh blocks Coal fairly bound out the Wall at the touch the pick. The Hill labors and grinds the roof snaps and cracks great splinters Fly out from the sid"8 the posts and at Las there is a great crash Rock and Earth and that part the mine is deserted forever. Nelsonville Bitumen the Banks the Hock Bocking River is one the oldest mining towns in the Valley and has Many Large substantial business Bouses As Wel As Beautiful residences. New Straits Ville seated at the head a narrow lev by Nch monday Creek that scarcely affords room for the tracks the Railroad is built largely the Side and lop the Hills. It is a typical mining town and was at one time one the wildest places in the whole Field by the priest and Parson Long ago bog in to exert an influence that finally settled Down upon the people like a Bene diction and the town is quite different now from what it use to be. A number years ago a Young Man named Albert guest shot Down and killed he town marshal. Stand ing Awny from the town. Perhaps a in in. On one the highest Hills in the Vicinity was a Lone chs nut tree. The evening the Day the murder a band masked men carried Young guest a y and in the morn ing his body was swinging from a limb the old Chestnut tree. Evil doers now hav it Only to be asked to look upon that Trpe no other admonition is necessary. I have in thought tha that tree might a looked upon As a Lay Bro her t e priest and he Parson. Bu1&Quot there is not much difference in any the mining towns their people. The population is made up largely scotch. Irish germans English Welsh and americans and the brotherhood gets along very Well together. If their is one thing More than another that 1 he people should look upon with Pride it is their Sedaca ional institutions. They should guard them with care and not allow anything stand in the Way advancement they should be lifted up. The Fields they irrigate should be broadened and lengthened. Education carried the Banner christianity from the Gates Rome around the world. Without christianity and education there would be no civilization. A Public school Academy Seminary College University has an influence in a Community second Only to the Church. Any these Are calculated to Lead the Young up to the highest planes. They Are calculated to fill their minds with noblest thoughts and to awaken in them impulses that Are Alein lated from All that is not Good and pure. The society that is in and around them is refined. It sustains that which is Beautiful and abjured that which cannot stand the test in the Crucible decency. Why should we not then labor to build up and sustain All such institutions we have one such which we desire to speak particularly and that is the Defiance College. It was instituted Nuder an act passed March 23d, 1850, Sidney s. Sprague Geo. May we. Semans Edwin Phelps Samuel h. Greenier and we. Carter being named As incorporator. It was provided that the state should sell said College 1280 acres l and from the unsold Wabash amp Erie Miami Extension lands in the counties Defiance and Paulding. A number years after the organization had been effected we Holgate who during his lifetime was one the most progressive men the City county become a member and president the Board trustees. It was doing his and when a mine is to a opened a main entry is driven through the Hill at i ast to an air Shaft driven Down from the top the Hill and Are often a mile Long and some tine More. As a Rule these entries Are driven against the Butts the Coal. The Coal in this Field dips from the North Wes to the Southeast and the Butts refer to the Peculiar forma1 Ion the Coal they course lowing Thi line d Recto 1 the diet to demonstrate take a Slick Wood and saw a v shaped Block out it then take another Slick and in Ike we be and ii it into the spice sawed out and you will understand what i mean by a butt t e Coal works easy against the Butts but when across them As you can see by t e formation the Coal very Bard. in e tries As a Rule. Are driven against the Butts for this reason when completed other entries Are driven from them across the Butti and these Are known As Cross Nelrie it is from these Entres t lat the rooms where the co ii is mined is turned off. That you May understand More fully i submit a diagram a Cross entry and rooms. The lines Lea Ding out from what is marked a across entry Quot Mark the Entrance to the Roo us. You can see by this that when a Miner turns a room rom a Cross entry he is work my against the Bat s the Coal. These room Are about 25 30 feet wide and Are a a Rule driven Back from 70 to 90 feet this year he was elected president the institution when he took charge the commercial department the College it was very weak but he soon make it the Back Bone the inst Nylon and has Ever since held it up to the highest Standard. President Tacker now teach s mathematics booking and commercial Law. He is a Man Fine presence and is a Universal fax orly with the students and citizens this City. He makes a splendid executive officer the College never before being so prosperous As it Bas been during the time that he has had charge it. Professor keys. Prof. John a keys a. M., occupies the chair mental and moral science. He was born in Green county pa., and was educated at the Washington and Jefferson College Washington a graduating from that institution with honors. He also took a course in the by. Louis Law school he has been very successful As an instructor and came to the Defiance College in Angust 1890. He is a gentleman pleasing address and is a Primo favorite at the College. He is considered one the strongest members the faculty. History pedagogy physiology and latin Are taught by miss Nellie Moore. This lady was born Aud raised in this City and possesses unusual qualifications. It is said her that she is one the Best lady Institute instructors in the state Ohio. The Akron daily Beacon in a recent Issue Speaks her As follows the College building cannot be excelled in the state. It is a Large Queen Ann Brick Structure three stories High with fire escapement. It is a Model Beauty and convenience. The heating and ventilating apparatus is the very Best. In the Large airy and Well lighted basement is the dining room. On the first floor Are the office com Merciai department Art department English training department and the Laboratory. On the second floor Are the shorthand and Type writing department the preparatory department and teachers department. On the third floor is a Large Hall capable receiving 500 persons. This Hall is used for the musical department elocution literary society and entertainments. It is situated in North Defiance. Its surroundings Are Beautiful and to Matic and no healthier location can be found anywhere in the state. Defiance is a thriving City in Northwestern Ohio. It is situated at the Junction the Maumee and the a Glaize Rivers near the site old fort Defiance a Point historical interest. The City is accessible from East and West by the Amp r a from Northeast and Southwest by the Wabash r a thus bringing the City within easy reach All Points North South East and West. Its people Are moral industrious and Church going in their habits. Although our Able artist has left out the Trees it might be Well to add that the College is seated in the Center a magnificent Grove and is one the most Beautiful places in the City. Taken As a Clas me miners i think Are warm hearted impulsive combative and generous to a fault. Constant work underground gives a p Hor to their faces that is in e Arling con Ras with their Bright keen Eves. There is an expression upon their Ces hat is hard explain. In does not be Token Moros eness nor vivacity nor y melancholy. It is rather As if the mind is constantly sweeping the Verv skies in search some intellectual Barrier to surmount some difficult problem to solve. Down in the darkness and gloom the mine where every stroke his Coal pick is answered by a groan from he la it Oring i is above him where his keen ear is con stantly re Ding the language the tre cd Erous roof where every sense is Tho picket line guarding against the grim messenger death who is constantly hovering among the shadows the Miner strives for a livelihood upon the Borderland eternity. It is not altogether strange then that the mind d Sci lined in Sech a school should show itself in every ii e them mrs face. I stood by the Roadside one Day while three thousand miners were passing. They were four abreast and marching the Harmony step. That Mas faces was a composite picture intensity Purpo a unfathomable earnestness. That was in the Days strikes and the men wer a the War path and they got everything they went after. Very wisely All questions touching w Gas and the like Are now settled by arbitration. There Are some illiterate men among the miners Busi said above constant Contact with danger in the darkness and gloom the mine appears to brighten and Sharpen their intellects. Go into the drinking places and you will find them discussing social religious and political questions with the ease that can Only come thorough study Aud exhaustive research. Go to their places meeting and hear them debate Sud you would ask can it be possible that these men Are Only wage earners and not men trained to such Wor ? it was a matter f Surprise to Many that Hon. N. Continued last column thib Page minis a Ion that the lands above mentioned were select a bought Aud sold. An Effort was made at one time to have the presbyter in Synod Northern Ohio t be charge this property and to Start a female Seminary under the provisions the act. That project however fell through with and the school it was designed to bring Here was finally located at Green Springs Ohio. It was not until 1883�?84 that the present College build nos were erected. The school was first opened by . Hogue who come Here from Pennsylvania he was succeeded by prof. J. F. Williams and brother Pittsburg a they in turn were followed by the late lamented Frank w. Knapp. Under an arrangement with him professors Tucker and Boyce next took cd Irge tile school that arrangement stood until last Spring when pro Boyce retiring prof. Tucker was elected president the College which position he has demonstrated himself eminently fitted to fill. Fine toilet soaps it toilet Waters a t Scott a Deis Stose. And Type writing department. She was born at Princeton do and la a graduate the Princeton High school taking a latin and scientific course. She is also a graduate the metropolitan business College Chicago do she has been very Aoe Cess Ful in her work and is looked upon a a Model teacher. Miss Nellie Moore. A miss Nellie Moore the Defiance College is a lady refinement and education and is most fortunate in possessing qualify cations broader than those usually found in woman. She treats All the subjects Hor discussions in a practical manner that at once gains the Confidence her audience. In the class room she cannot prove otherwise than a Success. The instruction she is giving the Summit county teachers is not a mass Book Learned theories but la the practical results years actual school room experience. She is gaining a wide reputation and it is said that no other be mule instructor in Ohio fills As Many inst tute engagements As does miss Hundri ids testimonies As to her Worth and fitness As an instructor con d be presented com no from nearly every county in the state. Her students speak her in the highest terms. Prof. Nead Ebba user. Or. Neaderhauser professor mathematics and German was born in Tiffin township Defiance county o., being a son our worthy fellow citizen h. Neader Hauser. From his Home school a cams to the High school in this City and afterwards graduated from the scientific department the Defiance College. Be has been connected with the College a a member tile faculty for nearly a year and la a wonderfully popular and successful teacher. He in looked upon As one the Bra guest Young educators in the Northwest. Miss Clara m Gillette is teacher Plain and ornamental penmanship. She waa born at Antwerp Paulding county And was educated in the Toledo and Colum bus High schools. She after wards took a course at a Columbus business College and then graduated from the Zanar Ian Art school in the Spring 1890. Miss Gillette is an artist much ability and is doing excellent work at the College. W. 8. Powell m. D. Professor physiology and Hygiene is one among the most successful physicians in this City. He is eminently fitted to fill the place he holds in the faculty and is a plea no and instructive lecturer. We. Carter. The Young and deservedly popular attorney a member the faculty lecturing com Vercial ethics and business principles. The present Board trustees is a follows president Rev. W. 81agle treasurer e p. Hooker Secretary woo. Carter p. Harley and r. H. Gleason. Manager the College l. J. Tucker. The Defiance College is non sectarian. Every reasonable Opportunity is afforded for social culture and competent instructors Are in charge the different departments. In the preparatory department Fine Art elocution music commercial and Short hand and Type writing and in fact All none but cultured ladies and gentlemen will be found. The College is indeed almost prepared to give a fall collegiate coarse a class in greek having been recently started in connection wit a the Rouege a very successful night school has been running for some time. There Are Many other Points interest that will be found in the catalogue the College a neat pamphlet issued from this office and which can be procured by addressing l. J. Tucker. There is one thing that is needed at the College and that is a dormitory for the lady students. The manag ment Haa to go out through the town Hunting a boarding places for them now and that is not As it should be. Bach a building would Cost about $2500. The dormitory occupied by the Young men is crowded and an addition costing something like $1500 la needed. We do not know we t resources the trustees have but feel that the citizens Defi Nee a sol i Well afford to invest $4,000 $5,000 in putting up buildings at the College if the necessary arrangements were made to accommodate 200 scholars at this institution the year round that would mean that from $35,000 to $40,000 would be brought in and expended in the City each year. Those figure May look a Little Large but they Are True. Prof. Tucker Haa worked hard since he has had charge the school to make it a Success. He has increased the attendance until he is becoming crowded for room and we do not think there was Ever a better time for the people to come Forward and give a Home institution a boost the Defiance College is a glorious institution but we believe the Fields that it is to in Ririe should be broadened and lengthened. Now is a Good time to do the work. Hysell the present speaker the House representatives in Tim Ohio legislature should have displayed such thorough knowledge parliamentary Law when elected to that office. It was a Surprise to no one who knew the training he had had before he was elected to the legislature. The majority the men Are not excessive drinkers if indeed they drink at All there i an element however that paints things a Crimson one when Ever an Opportunity offers Bat i am not writing that element. When Ever there is a Church to build when Ever there is $500, $600? a $1,000 to raise a fair is started and the boy come in and swell the lord s Strong Box if they want to ran a lottery in connection with the fair the lottery la made one the features the occasion. It is their Way. It May not be the devout Way but i am told that they their minister and Church assessments and that is something that la not done in some other communities where devout Ness has become a sort a disease. Thousands them have bought comfortable Homes which they have furnished handsomely. They have Money in the Bank. They believe in Good schools and will have none but the Best teachers and what is better Are willing to them Good wages. They dress Well and Are Good liven. A Good Miner pm run from to to 14 tons Coal per Day and at 60 70 cents per ton could net Good wages. He leads a hard life in the mines fix them the Best Yon can and is worthy his hire. Bat i have written More than i expected Bat not exactly what l started in. This Region is to be seen not read about. The beet season to visit in in the a Ammer time. The c. . It re. And its branches Lead All through the District. The scenery is not excelled in ont the state the people Are hospitable Yon will not find a single door closed against Yon the Latch strings Are alway oui Yon w i 111 be afforded an Opportunity to Cee everything that is to be seen. W. Al col no rules a thumb method. A a velvet Slipper can not Core the Goat Quot nor can any Happy go Lucky Rule a a thumb sort treatment Core your children when troubled with the ailments childhood. One the Moat troublesome and really dangerous diseases which afflict children in diarrhoea a weakening. Irritating and inflammatory diseases which runs its course toward a total Issue unless proper in checked. No remedy at present used gives such uniformly satisfactory result in . Hands diarrhoea mixture which tones the stomach soothes the bowels allays inflammation and cores when everything else fails. As a preventive the summer a a aliments which afflict children . Hon do a diarrhoea mixture has a splendid and lastly earned rep tation. Every family should a it hand it May save life. For Wile by j. L. Scott. The Dietry a inn Alto differs materially from that a person in robot health. He needs Light nutritious food and it is essential that besides being nutritious it a Hall be easy digestion. Metling a Rood is very nourishing and it is assimilated a soon As taken into the stomach. _ Elf Quot do not confuse the Mutual life insurance company new York with any other company apparently similar name but less magnitude. Bear in mind that there is no life insurance company called a a the new York Mutual life a and that there is no life insurance company chartered by the state new York authorized to use the word Mutual in its title except the Mutual life insurance company new York. Richa amp a a. Mccurdy president. Robert a. Grannies vice president. President Tucker. Professor Tucker was born in Washington county Pennsylvania. He attended the common schools and afterwards took a course in the Southw Estern Normal school at California Washington county pa., but graduated from the Curry University at Pittsburg a. He also took a course in Law at the Iowa City College Iowa. He was engaged in teaching for a number years and finally c me to the Defiance College while it we a in charge prof. Hogue. There he remained during the different administrations. In april miss Hannah orman. Hiss Ohman has charge the Short hand Houy i Morsy at 6 per cent. Interest in 2to tjuf22 x3jtstti3a zltc2 All Loans closed up Short notice. Bed tape about it. V Good notes discounted at reasonable rata William e. Molz office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio w Harris 6 Cameron. A

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