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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 11, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Defiance express. Defi Ance o thursday fs/1 a in 1899, 25 cts per la. At w Oodward a drug store City news budget. A a j t a the Best products of american manufacture. And Ai t h e prices lowest valid guarantee with each one Bee us before you buy at Fred Travis drove to Napoleon sunday. The rain sunday made the grass Boom. Fred theirry and son Charles spent sunday at Stryker. W. A. Schmaltz drove to Jewell sunday with his family. De Murphy of Ann Arbor spent sunday at his Home in this City. Or. R. B. Cameron of Jewell Coroner of this county was in the City monday. There is a great Scarcity of Good work horses in this Section of the country and the prices Are going up. Geo. D Simmons e s Geiger and commissioner elect Geo. Henning of Hicksville Are in the City. Five u. S. Prisoners broke jail Toledo sunday morning. It was a desperate gang that made its escape. Takes the Burn out heals the wound cures the pain. Or. Thomas electric Oil the household remedy. Mayor John a. Deindoerfer and Frank j. Papenhagen were called to Napoleon in a will Case monday. Mrs. Arthur Weisenberger left for Butler ind., monday where she will spend two weeks at the Home of her parents. Mrs Della Kepler of East Defiance who has been dangerously sick the result of a fall was reported some better monday. A new line Shaft has been put in the new testing room at the Defiance machine works. The new room is a valued addition to the works. Free lectures have been made a great feature in the Public schools of new York. The Board of education says the plan has come to stay. Deputy auditor Chaa. D. Harris left for Liberty Center at 1 08 pm monday. He inspected the masonic Lodge in that place monday evening. John w Foust of Hicksville was in the City monday. He was Enro Ute to Fostoria where he will meet his daughter returning from Gallipolis. J. H. Wilson moved his family to Toledo monday morning. He has secured a position As Book keeper in one of the manufacturing concerns of that City. The jeweler. A the Ideal Weisen Hergert Emery prot the 325 Clinton St. Phone 129, Defiance Ohio completed its 5th year saturday. Five years ago monday the daily express was it commenced its career in the room above a b. W Eisen Berger grocery. Today it is As handsome a paper As is printed anywhere and is located on the ground floor in the heart of the City. The paper monday began its sixth year. Closing out we wish to dispose of our entire Stock of amb take your Wool citizens opera House Defiance 0. Highest Price. Company la did you do All of your blowing last fall you surely will need this Spring and i speak to you in time for my Stock never was in better shape and prices the lowest see them. Lynd 3j\ f an a a i Leaf in la v the Day for Muster out has been fixed at May 24. Including lamps Bells Etc. Now is your Chance to buy cheap no room to carry wheels. Judge w h Snook of Paulding was in the City on business tuesday. There will be a Large Claes confirmed at lutheran Church next sunday. Weisenberger amp Emery have been Given the contract to paper the German reformed Church. When doctors fail try Burdock blood bitters. Cures dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system. Frank Powell will return to Lebanon thursday where he will resume his old position on the Lebanon Patriot. There Are still some Lusty kicks being made Over the High Bridges in North Defiance but the work is going right along just the same. No Man can cure consumption. You can prevent it though. Or. Wood s Norway Pine syrup cures coughs colds bronchitis asthma n9ver fails. Harry b. Lewis has resigned his position in the store of his father or. E. N. Lewis and will go on the Road for a Chicago firm. He is now in Chicago. Frank Smith and sister mrs. Henry Bordner of Florida Are Here to spend a few Days with their Mother mrs. F. C. Clemmons who is still quite feeble. Sheriff John p Eiser has returned from Columbus. He says that All the members of the Defiance county Colony in the a a pen Are Well. Bort a son of Oscar Hollinshead sent Over the Road for stealing whisky from the b amp o will jibe discharged Friday. De Fry will have completed his term july 25. You Are invited to attend a Corn pm pm it pts a ii o sits ��lf�1 be spite 911 to lie held Al Harley amp w Iii taker a it a bargain 5 House a eleven Pri Livingston a Harley amp your Corn does not win a prize you following saturday. Corn w i in i no p Rizes will econ in 0 u r a Robertv prizes will be awarded for the heaviest ten ears of Corn of the Earh Golden hurl s varied h ave your name my Post office address marked plainly on your specimens. Three Dos a d Inen jul be selected As judges. The Corn will be weighed in front of our store interested t2a.ulrsd.a3r, oct. Is is�9, at 2 p. M. Your Corn must be entered by i of clock p. In. To the person raising the heaviest ten ears of Corn from the seed furnished by us we will give the following i Rizes the zepze3izd3s first prize $10 in Gold. Also Livingston a sons offer on the first prize $5 to be paid in seeds or bulbs or potatoes to be selected from their seed annual of 1900. C j c value 1st prize. 0 second prize one ladies 1899 jacket or Cape. Make your own selection. $12,50 v aide. A a a a. A a a a a a a a a a a a a third prize ladies dress pattern and Lin a lugs Complete make your own selections $ j q fourth prize�?20 Yards All Wool ingrain carpet make your own selections. $10 value. Fifth prize i pair Wool blankets $1, 50 value. Sixth prize ladies dress pattern <6 a and linings Complete value. Seventh prize-2 pair lace curtains make your own selections value. Eighth prize i silk Waist pattern and lining. Make your own selections $4,50 $5 value. Ninth prize-1 Moquette Rug Large size value. Tenth prize your Choice of a or gents silk umbrella value. $3-50 ladles �3 the attractions at our store Are the Low prices. H Afley coh at Diu Call and see our Complete line of cameras and supplies. The largest line in the City. Z. Zug leading jeweler moisten Guys. And optician. Isco undo i Defiance girl married to a Plymouth ind., doctor Friday. We take the following from the Plymouth iud., Enterprise of saturday last evening occurred the wedding of or. N. S. Lindquist and miss Maggie Francisco. Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties were present. The Bride and Groom Are both residents of Plymouth and their Host of friends join swishing them a Long and Happy life. Or. Lindquist graduated from the Hahnemann College of Medicine Chicago 111., March 20, 1899, and has entered upon the practice of Medicine in Plymouth ind., his native town. He is a popular Young fellow and stands Well among his Home people. The Bride is a sister of mrs. W. H. Mcclintock of Holgate ave., and removed to Plymouth. Iud., with her Mother about three years ago Maggie was at one time a member of Tho reportorial Force of the daily express. We wish the doctor and his wife a Long and prosperous life and Hope As it was said in Israel May the tribes increase. We. Leaders of Brunersburg has been helping the boys out at Dicus Cooper shop the past week. Work will be commenced on the new b de o Bridge crossing the a Glaize in about two weeks. There Are now about 18 car loads of material on hand. Dannie Grant who so often broke the hearts of Bryan rooters when this town had a Ball team will manage the South Bend club this season a Bryan press. Don Abele left for Indianapolis iud., monday where he expects to accept a lucrative position. Don is a Good boy and we Trust will meet with Success. Mrs. Hannah Platter known resident of this making her Home with Indiana is the guest of w t Hill. Well a former City but now a daughter in or. And mrs sheriff John p. Eiser left for Columbus monday with Harmon Hohenberger who will serve a year in the Penitentiary for forging an order for a snit of clothes. Camp Mackenzie i Augusta ga., a May 6, 1899. Our Days As soldiers Are numbered for on the morning of wednesday May 24tb, the Muster out of the sixth will begin according to a communication from Headquarters received today. Every Captain and with a Lull Force of clerks is now at work non the company records Muster out Rolls and final statements which must be completed examined and approved before the Date set for Muster out Rolls around. It is generally conceded that the last of us will be civilians before the Sun sets on the Day of May 24th. In that Case we shall Start homeward that night or the Day following. It is not yet decided what route shall be taken Home. A committee consisting of one enlisted Man from each company the band and non commissioned staff and one officer from each battalion was selected at Inar Antine Camp to arrange the route of travel and a special rate for the entire regiment. Camp fire chats All Center on the Welcome which is being planned by the dear people at Home for us. I am sure that the sentiment of every Man in the company is expressed when i say that we Are deeply touched by the evident interest manifested in our behalf. We shall be glad to receive a Hearty Welcome and we intend to depart ourselves one and ail modestly and creditably As soldiers and As men. We number at present 89 enlisted men and three officers As follows prof. James w Huff would like to principal of the schools in this City will hardly connect. Be he judge we. Lawrence president of the National association of Wool growers died at his Home in a Bellefontaine monday aged about 83 years. Mart Bowers who went to Cuba with the 6th o. V. I As a teamster was on the streets monday. He is in Good health and is Well supplied with the Tan of the tropics. He does not like Cuba very Well and is glad to be in the states. He left the boys of co. M in Good health. Bring your wife your children and your Corn and enjoy a Day with us thursday october 19, 1899. Respectfully yours harle3r Ltd a the bargain House of Defiance county. The annual election of the Northwestern Telephone co. Occurred monday night at which the following officers were chosen president h b Tenzer vice president will Geiger Secretary k v Haymaker treasurer c f Ferguson. Board of directors includes the above named officers and f c Pfander. The business of the company is growing rapidly and it is in splendid shape those persons who attended the Musicale at the Defiance College saturday evening were delighted with the grand work work of Gamble and Shon Ert. Or. Gamble is a Bass Singer and has a voice of surprising depth and Richness of tone. Or. Shonert is an artist of a High order and his work at the piano was a delightful Surprise. The Franklins deserve much credit for bringing such an attraction to the City. Path it put tit pulled filled and treated All kinds of dentistry done by the latest improved methods by or. G. A Edgar Lydia Mottler spent sunday in Tole do with her father who is in the hos Pital. Or. Mottler is getting along All right and will be Home by the Middle of the week. In his new quarters opposite Crosby House. Done to let the Little ones suffer from eczema or other torturing skin diseases. No need for it. Doans ointment cures can to harm the most delicate skin. At any drug store 50 cents. A horse driven by Henry Buchholtz of Heckers store ran away on Clinton Street monday. It ran North from the railway to monumental Square where the horse fell Down and was badly injured. Eliza e. Houck of Noble township has filed a petition in probate court for divorce from Michael Houck. The allegations in this Case Are extreme cruelty. Winn amp Hay Are the actor tourneys for the plaintiff. Mrs. Rice the trained nurse from the Toledo Hospital returned Home satan Day after being in attendance upon mrs. Otto Shoemaker of East Defiance since one week ago last thursday at which time or. Chapman amputated the right breast of mrs. Shoemaker the operation was very successful and the wound has healed up very nicely. Saturday last Jacob d Abele celebrated the 38th anniversary of his birth in the evening he was surprised at his Home by some fifty of his friends and they had a most delightful visit. The party was led by members of the Union fraternal league of which body or. Abele is a member. The visitors presented or. Abele with a Fine Oak rocking chair. The times Star says there Are Strong probabilities of an extra session of Congress this fall. There Are countless questions arising from the possessions acquired As a result of the War with Spain that must come before Congress. By october the filipinos will need a Constitution. Bat More important perhaps than All of the War questions Are the great problems left unsolved at the last session. The two great questions the establishing of the merchant Marine and the building of the Nicaragua canal were sidetracked. Moreover it will take the House a Mach longer time than usual to get itself in working order. Owing to the retirement of speaker Reed. It is customary to allow a new speaker four or five weeks to make up his committees and for this reason if for no other it would seem necessary to Convene Congress before december. Cash shoe store Broad and clean barring the Sand and Many Are the frolics which occur thereon for our return Home is no longer in doubt. The hour is fixed the time which moves All too slowly is being counted As it reels along. A spirit of Boyish Ness pervades the whole regiment. As we Lay upon on peaceful cots in the Cool evenings we picture its hour us on Home going of on Welcome with loved ones and the Good time to follow. Yet we have not forgotten How to be soldiers. The colonel has occasion to be proud of his command. Last evening we assembled for the first Drees Parade held since dec. 20th, 1898, almost five months past. Despite the scorching Ann which peered into on eyes and the Sand which impeded on Steps the Mannal of arms was executed with a snap of soldierly precision worthy of seasoned regulars while cheer after cheer was sent up by the crowd of spectators As each company passed in review. Again a a my company came in for her share of honors Bein g conceded by All As having the Best line. On Captain was called into the colonels tent directly after the Parade and personally compliment for the excellent appearance of his men. Hurrah for a pm a she will be at Home soon and May her Loyal sons conduct themselves As nobly As citizens As they have As soldiers. Non later w e k Defiance Doy called to a responsible position in Southwest. Do you wart your old Couch re covered James f. Crandall. Captain. A Edward of by 1st. Lieut. Wesley e. King and a a Sylvia Carver. 1st. Herat. John c. Tuttle it. M. Hergt. Harry la. Van Horn detailed As Hergt. Maj. Third Ca Tallum sergeants David Phillips. William 0. Ash Albert a a torte. Corporals. Robert k. Weaver Herman a. Spangler Milo w. Partee Leroy e. Beardsley Webb Woods. Earl Welsen Burner Michael a. Wisda Herman f. Bartels Earl h. Ralston George m. Rath Frank a Gorman Ben. E. Abell. Musicians. William m. Prosser Frank l. Gilmore. Albert k. Dus. Artist ulcer. Willis a. Newell Cook. Privates. Auguste. Barth j Essa Lantz Frank Barbillion Henry c. Lewis Wilbur i. Beardsley Herman j. Luken your chairs i upholstered Charles e. Beal Walter beavers on us Britegam Charles Bowen Fred a. L. Bartels Rush Brubaker win. Ii. Bowers Frank m. Clark Edward a Conway Louis Orcellious Edward b. Daniels Clyde k. Davis. James j. Ellsworth win. Ii. Emmet Edward Mcmast Irvin c. Hatfield James j. Harper John r. Hawkins Elijah Hardesty Gale e. Hale Jam s Hawk Clinton Ledyard. Howard Mccauley Charley f. Moyers Clem l. Miller Elijah c. Morris Wilson mutter Fred u. Mink Edson e. Myers. John h. Neaderhauser Orlo j. Noe. Volney a. Palmer. John Fred Patton Bertram Powell Merle Richardson Albert l. Rollins. Edward a. Schultz Laud Shunnan. Charles ii. Switzer can Scott. Albert v. Sieren Charles Tiller will do the work Well and cheap. Complete line of silk and mohair pushes tapestry Bro Cotelle silk damask Pant note and genuine leather. Fringes tassels Gimp silk cords Etc., Etc. We Are always pleased to note the Progress and Success of Defiance county boys. The latest to come under our notice is d a Randall who has just been elected county school examiner of Linn . The bulletin of Linneus mo., has this to say of the election monday night at the expiration of the time limit for receiving returns on the recent school elections it was discovered that every District in the county had reported save two and that Randall a official majority is 527. The total vote Given each candidate for school commissioner was Randall.2338 Myers. 1811 whole vote cast.4149 in 1896, the latest National election year the total vote cast in Linn county was 6,500, the usual vote cast for county commissioner has been in former years about 2,500. It will therefore be seen that despite the wretched state of the roads an unusually Large vote was polled at the recent election in Linn county. Or. Randall took a scientific coarse at Ada and graduated two years ago. Since that time he has been teaching and last year was superintendent of the schools at Meadville to. He is a Sterling Young Man and deserves Tbs Success that has come to him. Waldorf a a second repair shop Street. Next to Bennett pm grocery. John k. Garber took a party of thirty persons from this City to the Home of Harmon Lutz on the Ayersville Road saturday evening. They had a delightful visit and returned Home after the noon of night. Geo. Wasacz a former member of the 19th regulars has returned from Porto Rico having been discharged. He used to work for Wrede in his bakery and is now stopping with his brother in North Defiance just 60 Days having purchased the Fred Speiser Stock of Jos. Hesselschw warily Alfred l. Ulrich Brice Hilton win. E. Houck. Max Hoover Beadore Keller Frank g. Korn i Ley b. Koup Christ Wraback. Martin Oyoung Dan Wade Harry m. Whitney Jasper Williamson John Elrock diaries White Joseph Wolf Otto ii. Wolf. Fred. La. Zoner. Jesse Bermingham. Of the remaining number with which we originally left Defiance one resigned Harry b Lewis two died Edward Kin dig and Joseph Gardner one transported to u s Hospital corps recently discharged Norton travers fourteen discharged sergeant Carl h schmick Corporal Fred g Root Corporal Lem Sapp Pri rates Charles Mann Louis l Carpenter Robert Mccullough Robert c Barr John c Rowan we. Connors George Lee Fred a Mills Haddie Warren Alva Glassmire and Frank Clark. Travers is now in Savannah Glassmire and Clark Are employed in the quartermasters Corral at Cienfuegos Cuba. Our Camp is located on a splendid plat of rising ground some four Miles Southwest of Augusta and connected with the City by electric railway. Though the Sand is ankle deep All around us the quarters Are very commodious and comfortable. We Are occupying the Winter quarters of the 35th Michigan regiment with the 3rd engineers to West of us the 9th Illinois 3rd Nebraska and 3rd u. S. Calvary to West of us. Each tent is supplied with a Good floor a storm door and rough weather boarding on the sides. The companies Are provided with Large wooden Cook shanties with Long dining Halls for the men. The streets Are sh0e� we have but 60 Days in which to i in in to j entire Steck this is a Bona fide closing1 out Sale Call eary and secure some of the the Stock will be closed out at the old stand i. Kath k co. J

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