Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
11 Oct 1889

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11 Oct 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 11, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance qty unto to cpx Biliran vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday. October la 1880. No. 48. Al buy clothing 50 per cent off the Dollar Wear blankets comfortable just think it i a Good 10-4 Blanket for 99 cents a pair Worth any place $1.50. A Good comfortable for 98 cts. Worth $1.50. Underwear from 25 cents to $5.00, and the biggest bargains you Ever saw in this line. Cilo Kisi cloaks cloaks a Good new Market for Only $1.98, reduced from $5. 50 cloaks former Price $8 to $12-now $1.98. Hurry up As these Are bound to go fast and who Ever gets them gets a big bargain. Boots Hubber boots and shoes. An awful big line to select from. Mens Good solid leather shoes for 68 cents. Mens Good solid leather boots for $1.89 Worth $2.50 any place else in town. Wonderful bargains in woman a shoes. Blouses jackets overalls and ready made pants. Rubber Coats 48 and 79 cents. Boys clothing 50 cts. Off the Dollar. We Are closing out our boys clothing at less than Cost As we need the room gains and Money saved at f. Swalley amp goes great bar Shady Corners. a tour s a Sheppie the expert tort adar Well Drivers Are be Aln in our Vicinity. A preaching at Platter Crek eve re Tai Tern de Sabbath by Rev. C. K Manning. A truth la More wonderful than action. Wonderful because some people to Seldom use it a Charley Anthony is wrestling earnestly typhoid fever. Or. Ketneer it Trout ing Tho Case. A our sunday school is yet in Progress and expects to meet each surd in during the Winter. A people around so adv Corners Are put Ting hip roof tops their Straw stacks 7 hey Ore real handsome. I v Smith is yet in the canvass for Young folks Bible his sales run from 15 to $42 a Day. Pm. Yvo. Dickey threshed 02 bushels Clover seed from old acres. Gnu any you bean Creek Farmers boat it pry in Smith and g. Or. Byers made an Overland trip to Continental this week. Eye learn it in their intention to make that their future Home. A the strangest sight that has met our g ire lately was the Man in Paulding county that measures 7 feet 4 tootles in height in hts Sook feet How is that for High. A those having cider to make can also make Money by patronising to. W. Specimen our township As his facilities Tor Eider making surpass anything we ii seen. A it is said that Freedom Dewitt was soundly converted to the Liberal Faith last sunday evening by hearing Rev. Ltd. Vav Lilly a masterly lectors the question and still there is More to follow. A John f. Cuber obtained second Premium at Hicksville fair his Colt it is i months old Aud weighs 1222. Pounds. We conclude that bulk does no always constitute Worth. Next fall John expects to have Sonio Tine Chicks exhibition. A Wall d the profound pleasure spending the night october isl j w a wire Ofa Quot in Side Paulding county. Or. I Owle in not Only a brother out but u Broth r Soldier a brother a ii pm Man and better than All a brother in the Fuith. Wall. Paper and curtain s Haj in a Fine assortment at Colby amp Scott s drug Book and Wall paper store. South Tiffin. A thu Small Clover seed is not a half crop. A Benj Clemmons is plastering a. J. Carpenters House. A Edward Golden my Gilead is visiting in this Vicinity win. Null was troubled a very sore Arm lately caused by blood poisoning. A Christ 11 St Indiana was visiting his Uncle j. Ltd. Kulm and family last week. A a. J. Carpenter in Happy Over the arrival a 19-ti a dishwasher at bus Home. A Fred Keller in her wife and miss Inoru Kellermeir visited at Antwerp last week. Miss Currie Lawrence Williams county is visiting her Mother mrs. Paul Kennel. A Rev. D. D. Speicher it Wayne iud., visited at Defiance and in this reality last week. Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. The democratic Camel seeks safety by sticking his head in the barricades. A crazy Many a letter 306�?for Sale 60 Sicre farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble town sold Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328 a for Sale 40 acres in Section to Mark township Noar Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches two sides. Price i Loo. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at. A 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 she. 357 for Sale 20 acres Oast Cana in Section i. Price $175, 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Dellanee. Price Sloe. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build . 368�?for Sale one the Best terms in Defiance county. Leo acres within two Miles the corporation line 70 acres und Cir cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in tile county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre half Cash a reduction to per i acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A 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,. 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 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399 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 a for Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,600. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414 �?$225. will Purchase a House Aud lot in East Defiance. Call at once.412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1600. I 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition j to North Defiance. Price $250. 419 for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House 6 rooms i Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. The democratic party has been driven at such a furious gait this Campaign to at the democratic Camel has sought a breathing spell by sticking his head in the Sand. The boo ,re for governor should be parading that letter at a Public meeting Thero Are several reasons in the first place Topp was a Republican and Campbell thought in giving to the Public the wild vagaries u crazy Man he would draw the attention the i Polo away from his own record. Yon know the alleged democratic platform has a plunk denouncing trusts. Campbell stands upon that Plank. go carry peat the office at Oil hours to show property free expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Important to our readers. A $4 paper 800 pages 1500 illustrations 3000 columns almost Given away. I sulking in his age cheap literature in any Tiller age has equalled in full ering extraordinary offer to every person who within 60 Days from the Date this paper will subscribe for Isi is a and pay in Advance the yearly subscription Price and $1 additional we shall Send Tor one year a copy weekly our paper and also for one year a copy weekly the celebrated illustrated humorous paper Texas sifti1tgs. The subscription Price sittings is $4 a year. It is a la Page paper profusely illustrated by the leading artists and caricaturists the Day. In the matter original humor it is acknowledged to stand at the head the illustrated press the country and has been Well named a the witty wonder the it is published in new York and has a National reputation. The merits sittings Are so Well known that we do not deem it necessary to refer to them further. Both new subscribers and those who renew their subscriptions will have the privilege this offer. Remember that Texas sittings is offered at this Price Only to those who subscribe within the next go Days. No such offer As this has Ever been made. Eye offer the two papers for less than the Price Texas sittings. No one but our subscribers can get sittings for less than $4 a year. The regular Price that paper is now and will continue to be $4 a year but the publishers being desirous adding to their list subscribers in this Section have made a special and extraordinary reduction to us for a limited period. Tho amount for both papers should be sent direct to us by p. O. Order postal note otherwise and we shall order the publishers to mail sittings from new York to you for one year. Call write to this office and you will get a Sample copy sittings. A wednesday evening last week this Camel which is growing Bow legged under the combined weight Boodler tally Sheet forgers Beer and ballot Box trusts read a letter at a democratic meeting in Cincinnati that was written by Geo. R Topp tile Bourd Public affairs that cite. That letter was sent to Geo. Campbell Democrat who had a contract to deliver the City a lot gravel. Or. Topp said the mils one Dollar a Yard and you p in me a drawback Twenty five cents a Yard in now this letter was written it Detroit june 8th 1889. Keep the Date in your mind. Certainly no one but a Rascal a Cazy Man would write such a let Ter. How did . Topp come to write Bis letter irom Detroit we will see. The Cincinnati enquirer june 1st, seven Days before tins letter a us written bus the following a Geo. It. Topp was taken suddenly Iii yest re y and will leave monday for a rip. The disease nervous prostration come suddenly while . Topp was seated in the meeting the Board Public affairs yesterday morning. Ile grew nervous Aud excited discuss Rig matters that were not up for discuss . The news his misfortune will be painful but not a Surprise to his Many friends in this City. He a Secretary three building associations and this in connection his duties As publisher the Law bulletin has worried him to such an extent that his health has failed him entirely a thai was the condition . Topp at t in time he wrote that letter. He was driven away from Home by his physicians. Why because his mind was in such a condition that he could not do business. Ile had broken Down entirely. That was what the enquirer says. If a Many a mind is in such a condition that he can not transact Ordinary business is it reasonable to suppose for a moment that his letters would be taken As those a sane Man the enquirer says in effect that . Topp was crazy. That was the reason Why he was in Detroit when this letter was written. He was there under treatment. After being under treatment for some time . Topp regained his health and again returned to Cincinnati . Campbell then presented Bis Bdl made out at one Dollar a Yard. Or. Topp refused to allow the amount and Maie out a new Hill in his own hand writing. Now if he was sane when he wrote that letter Why did he not take out the drawback Twenty five cents he spoke about in his letter . Topp disclaims All knowledge writing the letter though he says he May have done so during his sickness and has asked governor fora Ker to investigate the Case. Two the Best known democrats in Cincinnati and one Republican have been appointed to perform that task. The Best people Cincinnati stand . Topp and believe As has been stated in this letter that he was insane at the time he wrote to Campbell he denied in his Batavia speech that he id any thing to do trusts. It was i proven by the Coart records at Washington d. 0., that to was not Only the agent i a Beer Trust but that if he succeeded in i Hoiting control a certain brewery in that City he wus to receive 100,000. made oath that he was an expert in examining breweries. He does not deny now that he was not the agent the Boer Trust. Mention was made in this paper lost week about a ballot Box Trust that he was connected . He introduced a Bill in Congress that the attorney general should Supply All voting precincts a certain kind ballot Box it was a Patent ballot Box and it would have taken 72,000 them to go around. The profits the Deal would have been Over a million dollars. Or. Campbell said in his Cincinnati speech that Murat hoisted the com Mere int Gazette wus a ii to a double liar for insinuating that he was to be benefited in a monetary Way by the passage his ballot Box Trust Bill he said Iii it he would withdraw from the canvass if a Stead could prove that he was. Toe very it x Day Halstead published in his j Aper u Lac simile a contract signed by . Camji Elj showing where by he would have received Oto $125,000 As his share the plunder had his b hot Box Bill become a Law. Does deny ? not much. And yet tie plea is made to i St democrats in this county that they must support Campbell because he is oppose d to . Do you think it is any wonder Why in should by to Liaise f behind a crazy Many a letter Why be should Bury his head in a Cincinnati Sand Lank while we Are considering trusts duals a it might be Well to recall a Little occurrence that happened in this City a few weeks ago. The com Nis Louers defiant i county advertised for bids for Coal. Chaa. B. , a Republic in offered to put in the Coal at 2.8 1 per ton. John , a Democrat offered to put it in at $2.05 per in and he got the Job. Was there a draw Back 25 cants the Deal it will be remembered that Miller told . to keep quiet about the matter and they would give him a Chance to put in a few car loads. Or. Kars has no voice in the Board and As . Miller moves Only As promote i by . Ziemmer the might re e Aud explain Why he is Joying Dohoney 25 cents per ton More for Coal than . asked. Or Ziemmer is seeking re election As a commissioner and if he has a Coal Trust the a ring he should Tell his democratic friends about at. Campbell is connected a Beer and ballot Box Trust in i it should transpire now that Ziemmer is at the head a Coal Trust it would be awful . Miller would probably die off such a thing should be and he had been left out the Deal. The floor is open to Ziemmer if he cares to enlighten the people. Looses red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms the disease. Blind bleeding itching ulcerated and protruding 50c. For Sale t a a a Noflie in South Tiffin items that the radios pastor a Benn Creek Church Divi d the time the Liberal minister in doing Tho preaching and the libera minister doing the listening How is it at i latter Creek. Well the Liberal minister gets the pulpit and also the pay we Are More than pleased our p inter Rev c. Manning and our Best wishes Are for him. A our sick Are Charles Anthony inter Mit Iest fever and Lulu livers sore Bronk mrs. Anthony has been suffering for some Days from a sore Finger. Old foot. Hedges Cullings. A mrs. A Wood and Little daughter is via lung her parents at Lafountain ind. A James Leonard Brough . Is put Ting up a very handsome two Story cottage a amp e. Hooping Arvor Oakwood gutting Down a t libel a Well for 8. Hipp a j he Well at Melrose seems to be a to 11 ure at present As tile parties have struck a Salt Well. W.8. Hwan a co., offer their Mill for Sale reasonable terms As they desire to r. Lire from the stave business. A junes Grubb is prop Rife the liver Emporium at Broughton. Hun hand a Fine lot horses and buggies. A Hickory nut and Walnut party Mexcur a ions Are Ait the rage Herat present und the Woods Are full the precious fruit there Are s Rong prospects a flouring Mil timing located at this place and efforts Are being made by the citizens to secure the same. Pm is Lou Hays . Of the leading Sefc Fotz Belles this pm a ice is a visit to w r Perkins and family residing in b Creek township a a. Vav. Melds proprietor Meddis saw Mill is doing ambling business. He is shipping spokes and Felloes for wagons and buggies by the car Load. I.-m1r f a Holland c. A. Hood and . Sinpkins and about 23 the Clef a us this place visited it Wayne last monday and took in Forepaugh a Snow. A Sharp is a number one Mason and floes fits work reasonable terms he is at present writing decorating and plus ering the res Dence . A a. Hood a a 7tw us hip Kins the firm Hopkins 4x bro., iii18 pure into ii lot Multi it reel which he intends to build a Large Buala Ness Block and r. Helen. Be will go into the Grain business. A Mim it j. Hays eldest daughter Bot. John buys residing Nitle West the place is slowly recovering from the typhoid a ver. Be e been under the medical treatment . F. B cad i Broughton. A any person persons desiring to secure the services a number one mus e an Vin in cellist to pl.,y in the Ordo s la sing perform Ihu stage will do Well to Call address prof. W. F. Griswold i t ii. Flies Ohio before it is too late she is in constant demand j. W her Caw i diam oho is putting no a 11 Story c stage for j. C. 8 kith la riffles North Oft is place in the Queen attn att to avoid facture and when comp ated it will have 8 finished rooms 2 handsome ride porches. Or. Bercow is a number one up onto and Joiner and gives exo rent satisfaction and his work Speaks for its if in Bannister residing i a Mii,.h West this place had a narrow escape from being killed the other Day. While in the act slipping Riff the Belt his threshing engine ids left Arm was drawn under tie Pulley and badly sprained and the Finger Nail his Middle Finger his right baud was Mash d and had to be taken Oil a mouser was summoned and dressed the wound Harris Payne is the popular end Date for the office sheriff this county the Republican ticket. A is a thorough going business Roan honest and upright in character and will fill the office not Only satisfaction to himself hut also to the citizens this county. At the Republican convention recently held in Paulding he was most earnestly solicited to run for the office which he dad oed to accept but finally gave wry when i was urged upon him to do so. A the Youngstown factory this place Bas shut Down for the want water they Are digging in Ltd tube Lar Well d Eicr Anil Are puking n bad in attachment to their Well la feet deep Anil 8 feet wide and also making repairs to a heir engine pump for the Well which when completed will throw a so Ream water at the rate to barrels an hour. This will fun so them sufficient water for their Nae. They have a Large Stock logs the Yard Anil Are doing a Rushing business. A ii Stewart has moved s Barber shop to the Corner main and Forest streets opposite Hood a hold Ndu a dry Good store. Btl an. Three township. A a Large attendance at the annual big meeting held a Dunkard Church in Adams township. A Many banners from this neighbourhood marketed hogs at Defiance recently. Price paid 4 cents a it Pound live weight. Henry Kuhn was delayed in molasses making inst week by reason a breakdown the he is again at work. A those Young men who Wen to Defiance lately Tho Exyie Catlon seeing a marriage ceremony performed and were disappointed have our Heartfelt sympathy. Hope they will have better Luek next time. A Friday get. 4 the i her occurred the tragic death Charles w. Schultz this township. He was a student Tho Defiance College and win travelling the Wabash Lull intending to go to Paulding Conter to attend a county teachers examination which was to be held . 5th, and in the attempt to get off the train fell under the wheels. He was almost instantly killed. Funeral services were held at German m. E Church sunday a. M., Rev. In Rogutsky the pastor officiating. Interment was in Church cemetery. Charles w is hut a Little Over 19 years age a Young Man most exemplary habits and was about to enter upon a useful career when he War Cut Down. He is mourned by friends and schoolmates who will remember the lessons taught by his perseverance. Agricola. Washington township. Saved by Faith a druggist s wife in Btu Benville o., had not been abit to do Lier own work for years. She had tried Alt Cli unites and doctors without Relief is now cured weakness known Only to women. Yon ask what cured her Faith enough to use a few bottles Milton a nerve and lung food. You try it Sample Rottle free sold by j. A Buffington aug sept a oct a some Friend the institution in new York Hus made a Kilt $25,000 to the endowment fund Rutgers College. She was . A daughter my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used one bottle female regulator which cured her. J Yvo Hellums water Valley miss. Write the id Reg. Co., Atlanta ga., for particulars. Hold by All druggists oct Tho Al rat thing George Sheldon Indiana did when he got a legacy $20,000, was to buy $18,000 Worth diamonds and a thousand Dollar team. Electric bitters. This remedy s becoming so Well known Aud so popular us to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver und kidneys will remove pimples boils halt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. A will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure ail malaria for cure headache constipation and ingestion try electric bitters entire satisfaction guaranteed Money Price 50 cts. And 1.00 per bottle at Colby a Scott a drug Hora a party Steerage passengers who held Wake Over the remains one their number aboard ship prior to his burial at a a refer to the event As their water Bury watch. A hired girl wanted i a a cold wave struck this Section saturday a . Clerk our merchant says he is doing a Good business. Be l. Brunt returned Home last thursday from the a a pen Hale and Hearty. A this month will close the manufacture cheese it the 8ugar Grove factory mrs. B. Dea Hough from near Canton Stark county o., is visiting in this Vicinity. A will Snyder went to Delaware township last week to haul gravel for the Johnson boys a there was a Small girl came to Mart go Smaule a Home last week. All Are doing Well especially Mart. Simon Ridenour whipped a car Load Fay from Ney to Paulding county the latter part the week. Eli Browne a House is now ready for plastering. Jacob beetles is to do the Plas luring and is a bos Workman. A Homer Kyle is in the paltry business at. Present he took in one Day last week nearly Sou not bad for Ney. A mrs. L b Snyder has received a new Stock millinery goods. So done to fall to give her a Call you want anything in Ber a a Small child William North got badly scalded last week by falling into a pan boding tomatoes that had just been set off the stove. It will recover. A Clover threshing is in order now in this neck Woods. There Are not enough machines to Dottle work last enough for the Farmers. There Wou d be work Here for several More pullers. While Kintner Brothers were moving their Clover sect Thresher one Day last week a Sjirk from the engine ignited the Clover Weed that Lay the ground Ana also the Wagon bed through Good management the seed was w Ved and hut slight damage to the Wagon. A not by me since using Zoa Phora i can do my own work. It woman a Friend to says scores women to Day. Hold by Colby a Booth oct a Milwaukee Man Baa designed an apparatus by which he claims that water May be successfully burned in a Cook stove Ordinary Heater. A Ecklon s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures files no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. Fok Sale by Colby a Scott. Up. Mosser is working for Jacob Mosser to Mark township. _ a John s. Grogg purchased a Fine Colt Lorn Jolly last week. At Colby a Scott a. Nol7-Ly you May wonder Why James e. Campbell children cry for pitchers Castor la. A a. E. Ling has been working for Taylor Lintz a few weeks past a Tom Jolly mud Creek is going to try railroading this fall. A a. Cd Grogg has sent a team to Defiance to work the new Railroad. Him a tuck has been threshing in this place a few Days the past week. A Wes Foj Sekinger will go to Defiance to work next monday at his old Trade. A we. Longsmith has too Fine Colts for Sale. Home one May do Well by calling upon Bim. Logan. A Daniel Light and family arrived Safe in Oklahoma. J. Amp Ross Hicksville spent sunday e. Of Stone. Stephen Cane is visiting his brother an rut a . Mrs j. C. Beecher Oskaloosa Iowa is visiting at Nelson stones a George Dawson Chicago is Here for few Days visit. A Ber. Boy has preached Here once this new conference year. A Herbert Irish Chicago was at Home few Days ago but has now returned. A Albert Gerry has been appointed a Linin Istratov t lie a. In. He fencer estate. Teachers attend the Institute at Hicksville. Next saturday. It will be held at the school building. A Frank Kozier Dalton Wayne county. Ohio who has been visiting e. H. Otis . Has returned Home. A Milford republicans held a caucus last saturday evening and nominated candidates for the offices Justice the peace and land appraiser. A Meade Irish was Given a Surprise birthday p try. The evening sept 20th, that Date being ids seventeenth birthday. He has purchased a Row a a safety bicycle and is breaking it to ride. We await results fearful forebodings. Republican caucus. The republicans Richland township will meet at jewel the re Day evening oct . nominate one land appraiser. A full turn out is desired. By Ordek committeeman. A a Virginia woman who keeps a toll Gate the Berry Suffie Highway Haw had to shoot three tramps thus far this Spring and she looks Forward to an unusually brisk season in that line. Friends. I current Milton a nerve and lung food to euro consumption und All lung trouble nervous prostration and All nerve diseases. It is the Best general tonic known for weak women while for the age debilitated infirm it is a Boon. Sample bottle free. Bold by j. I. Buffington. Aug sept a oct a a real estate agent at Tacoma Yvo. T., claims to have paid $3,600 for postage Stamps last year. A eni ment Minnesota judge. Dear bib i have always been very Bitch opposed to p i tent medicines and considered them a Universal Humbug but very few exceptions. At various times i have bean troubled a great Deal lungs More particularly during the Winter. About a year ago i was suffering an attack brought by a violent cold. I was advised by a Friend to try a bottle your White wine tar syrup. It helped me in a very few hours. I used but one bottle and now my lungs Are stronger than they have Tarn for years. L would cheerfully recommend it to members the bar that Are in any Way troubled Throat lung diseases. Judge m. B. Koon. Minneapolis Minn. Bold by Colby a Scott. Oct. �?7 he Northwestern Normal at Wauseon is constantly growing in popularity. Fine boarding facilities Are being provided by the erection a splendid new Hall. This in tit ution in thu befit located the Best managed and. The Best equipped school North Western Ohio. Present indications Are that the attendant ? next term which 0pen�oct 21st, will be much larger than ver before in the history the school. Ben d for catalogue to Solomon met Zakk Wauseon Ohio. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marrer Ai purity strength and wholesomeness. Mors economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition the Multi tude Low test Short weight Alum pilose 8oij Yin cans. Boy Al baking powder co. 106 Walitt. . Mot

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