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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - October 19, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Defiance express. Defiance o. Thursday october 19 1899 used in millions of Homes accept no substitute insist on lion Coffee in i la. Pkg. West Coffee for the Money try lion Coffee and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. These articles mailed free in Exchange for lion Heads Cut from front of i la. Lion Coffee pkg. Ii Gold Collar Button. Mailed free for 5 lion Heads Cut from lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Made of rolled Gold and with Mother of it Arl Back suitable alike for ladies and gentlemen. This shape is Handy Aud insular. It Daisy neck pin. Genuine hard enamel and Gold. Flannel clock. Strep Oak purity to flavor i by express prepaid for i to lion Heads and a 2c. Stamp. Frame beautifully finished with Gilt. Stands 6 inches High. A Beauty and Good time keeper. Alarm clock. Sent by express prepaid for 80 lion Heads and _ 2-cent stamp when ordering either clock please name your nearest express office if there is no express office located in your town. For in Hon Heads and a 2-cent stamp. The illustration is Only two thirds actual size. Color a delicate Pink with jewel setting aint Gold trimmings. Best enamel finish stylish mud durable. A the Lions pm a called free for f2 lion Heads Cut from lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. An unusually Fine picture from the Brush of the noted German artist. Gabriel Max. It is founded on Chamiso s poem a the lion s the Story is interesting and we Send with each picture a handsome folder containing copy of the i pm Aud telling All about it. Size 15x26 inches. A a Dorothy and her a Bright cheery picture. For r Hon Heads and a 2c. Stamp. A Bright cheery picture representing a Little girl playing with her Chick ensued her rabbits. The predominating colors Are Rich reds and greens size 14x28 inches. For to lion Heads and 2-cent stamp we will mail it tinned ready for hanging. Stylish Belt buckle. Handsomely Gold plated with roman finish and set with Ruby coloured jewel in the Center. This will tie welcomed for a a dressed up occasions by the ladies who like to Wear different coloured sashes the Gold finish goes Well with any of them. Given for 20 Hon Heads and a 2-cent stamp. Ladies apron. Made of Good Quality Lawn with alternate revering and tucks Broad hem at Bottom Aud is neatly gathered at Waist a very Superior and stylish article. Size my 40 inches. Given for 20 Hon Heads and u 2-cent stump. Box of coloured crayons. For to Hon Heads and a 2c. Stamp. Fine Wax crayons fifteen different colors a c c o in pained with outline pictures for colouring. Each Crayon is wrapped with Strong paper to prevent breaking. Ladies scissors. Child a drawing Book. Length five inches suitable for cutting trimming and general household use. Given for 12 Hon Heads and a 2c. Stamp. Razor. Iii a fruit picture. Size 16x24 inches. Given for 8 lion Heads and a 2-cent stamp. 50-foot clothes line. Given for 15 lion Heads and a 2-cent stamp. Made of closely braided Cotton threads Strong and will give the Best of satisfaction. A collection of Nice outline pictures bound into Book form with sheets of tissue palier be tween Tho leaves. On these tissue pages the &�$>�?��?otffca8 u is a children can Trace the pictures beneath thus affording enjoyment As Well As instruction to the hand and Eye. These drawing books and the Box of crayons go very Well together. There Are six different kinds and each drawing Book requires 6 Hon Heads and a 2-cent stamp. Naval Box Kite. See it Fly the celebrated i Xix Kite now so popular. Thirty inches Long and comes safely folded but can quickly be spread to Fly. Every american boy wants one and older ,. Persons a i so in a Are interested or Given for 35 Hon Heads and a 2-cent stamp. A first class razor made of Best English steel and extra hollow ground. Rubber dressing comb. 1.1 m for to lion Heads Anda 2-cent Stair p. Length 7 inches full size and weight. Made of genuine India rubber finely finished. Appropriate for a ladies dressing Case or for use in the household. Game report of Defiance county sunday school convention. Nailed free for 40 Hon Heads Cut from lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Never tire of playing. Heads and a 2-cent stamp similar to a a parches a which has been played in Eastern countries since before the Dawn of history. The illustration shows plan of the game with usual counters Dice and Dice Cut accompanying it. A game which people Given for 20 lion every time you buy a Pound package of lion Coffee you have bought something else too. Done to Overlook it you have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium lists the above Are Only a few of Tho lion Coffee premiums. Another list will shortly appear in this paper i done to miss it i the grandest list of premiums Ever offered i you always know lion Coffee by the wrapper. It is a sealed package with the lion s head in front. It is absolutely pure if the package is unbroken. Lion Coffee is roasted the Day it leaves the factory. Important notice. When writing for premiums Send your letter in the same envelope or package with the lion Heads of More than 15 Hon Heads Are sent you can save postage by trimming Down the margin. Ask your grocer for Large illustrated Premium hat. Address All letters to the Woolson shoe oo., Toledo Ohio. Scouts in a skirmish five americans dropped in an engagement with a Force of filipinos. Latter were stoutly entrenched three of to Nolc same a boys held As prisoners deported to Lluver been hound hugged and shot. Manilla of 14.�?major Cheatham with a scouting party while proceeding along the West snore of the Lake encountered a Force of rebels strongly entrenched at Muntin Lupa. Major Cheatham reports that he drove thou from their position and that in the engagement three americans were killed and two wounded. Rumours Are in circuit Ion in Manilla that major Cheatham discovered three american prisoners who had been bound gagged and shit by toe insurgents. One Santiago a lit live police Aas been de in jail his Bubo ported to the authorities that endeavouring to enlist them in the hardest marches of the Campaign. From Mala Bon to Peres Das marched through Road less Rice Fields. The fourth infantry from Imus joined general sch wan at Peres Das marinos. The filipinos had deserted the town upon learning of the approach of the americans leaving Only the women and children behind. Two Strong Shooks of earthquake lasting several seconds were Felt in Manilla thursday evening. Niemur Agiu canal. Huntsville ala., oct. 14.�?the Southern Industrial convention which has been in session Here four Days and miss Bodker journey sine i will select a pm Tion. To be held principal speak Ator Morgan of reviewed canal. It a. Chairman m Corkie is for the next convened months hence. The or of tilt Day was sen Ai Barna. The senator s work on the Nicaragua Aid that until recently Cong 1 m. Men Sac but Imma int. It in Given ii tenant of the Unar rested and Long donate having re he was plot to turn the police against the americans in the event of an uprising. Reports having reached the Provost marshal that arms were concealed at the Headquarters of the dominican friars a Large building adjoining the Palace a detachment of soldiers made 1 a search of the building. They found a Small stoc k of Mauser revolvers and ammunition which was confiscated de i spite the protests of the friars that the arms were not intended for unlawful use. General Soh wan with the infantry is reached Baroor. The troops Are a atly exhausted having bad one of pit re re pc new a vol new be of this Cit of n z i rounds of Broadway were bad have been the kid ment Felt fifteenth Viva him Nunn one a Der an i and More recon i ail furious fight after h r and ver Al i he Ion impressive services he i Over remains this afternoon. The funeral of Mise Annette Hooker occurred from the family residence at 2 to p in today Rev. 13 w Bingle Coffi c1 rating. He read a sketch of the life of the deceased and preached from the text by the Grace of cd i am that i am music was rendered by mrs. So Carfl k. Miss but Beu. Miss Ferguson w g Lehman and John Cav if on. The music rendered by them was As follows a cast thy burdens in the lord at evening time. A let there let a Light a a the Home the pall bearers were a. M Minsel. 1j j. Emery w g. Lehman. Virgil Squire f. P. Weisenberger and e. .1. Phelps. The services were solemn and impressive and the Floral Offei bugs the most Beautiful Ever been id the City. The remains were interred at Riverside cemetery obituary miss Mary Emma Knoop died this morning at 2 o clock at the Home of Lier parents or. And mrs. John Knoop in Highland township aged 23 years. The funeral will take place saturday morning at to of clock from Highland Chapel. Rev. B w Slagle of the first presbyterian Church of this City will officiate. W. R. Maxwell died at Hie Home in Hicksville at noon Friday aged 78 years ten months. The funeral occurred at 1 30 p. In. Sunday. Rues Kohl a son of h. H. Kuhl former Well known citizen of this place died at Mansfield thursday of typhoid fever aged about 32 years. The de ceased was a Printer and had worked in the express office under or. Bliner and had Many friends in this City. Boardl Dolton. The twelfth annual convention of the Defiance county sunday school association convened in the m. E. Church at Mark Center oct. 4-5, 1899. Owing to the Al it enee of the president. Robert Morrison p. N. Richardson was chosen chairman of the convention. The song service was conducted throughout by or. C. S. Elder and contributed largely to the Success of the convention. The address of Welcome Given by miss Effie Price was Earnest and to the Point making All feel that they were indeed Welcome. Rev. Geo Troube could not be detained by a funeral and the response was deferred. The association had been fortunate to again secure the services of Bro. A. H Cross our assistance state Secretary. He was an inspiration to the convention throughout. At his suggestion the convention adopted for its motto the coming year a if god be for us who can be against during the convention he gave is two elegant addresses one on the educational work of the association the other on killing the big giants. Besides these he held a conference with the workers on thursday at 8 a. In. On Law and order. Many Points helpful to those wishing to rid their villages of that evil monster the Saloon were verified. His work was greatly appreciated and Many will be the kind thoughts and Earnest prayers which will follow him in his work. Rev. Metzner of Defiance presented the subject a what is the Best method of presenting a lesson to a class and what Points should be most emphasized he divided the lessons of the Bible into parts Viz historic prophetic and doctrinal and gave elegant methods of presenting each. A a. A. M. Smith of Hicksville presented the subject of a Christian evidences in sunday school he spoke mainly upon the disputed Points of the Bible or the Points most assailed by unbelievers and gave his methods of meeting these objections. Thursday morning there was Roll Call of townships with scripture responses ten townships responding Highland having the largest number except Mark. Almost this entire Forenoon was Given to reports. 1st. A time the Secretary s and As this has already been Given we will notice Only one Point and that is an increase of membership of cot in the past year. 2ud. Treasurer a treasurer mrs. Estella Fulmer had so ably conducted the finances that our state apportionment had been paid in february. While we bad an empty Treasury the finances were Well balanced. 3rd. Home department Secretary a report by e. D. Coiler we have six schools with Home classes with a growing interest along that line of work. Bro. Goller also gave an account of his newspaper work for which he was commended by workers. 4th. Normal work was reported later by our Normal Secretary Rev. A. A. Thomas. There Are now a great Nam to it or of books in the hands of persons in the county but owing to Lack of leadership but few classes. A new one was reported in Farmer township and one at Mark Center was arranged for during the convention. A Roll Call of schools for pledges to carry on the work resulted in a pledge from nearly every school present. About 47.00 being pledged nearly half of which was paid. The round table was conducted by Rev. A. S. Watkins of Edgerton. This was one of the most essential features of the convention. A full line of questions of vital importance to workers were discussed by sunday school workers present and much valuable information Given by Bro. Watkins. The Temperance address Given by Rev. Lilly was an up to Date inspiring address and was a fitting address for the close of the convention As it appealed to Tho manhood of our county to do their duty in the fight tor Justice my purity. There were 85 delegates present not including s. 8. Workers from Mark Center. Much enthusiasm was shown above All another off Jet made Vance the work for the master. Faithfully submitted in his name Mes. Jennie Fadely Secretary. A correction. Instead of miss Rose our primary Secretary is miss Hattie Haller of Brunersburg o. Coco cola two Young people Well known in this City. Miss Blanche Moore of Bryan and or. Alfred aver Ilof Toledo were married wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. We. H. Moore at Bryan. About forty guests were in attendance among them being or. And mrs. S t Sutphen. Mrs. C e Chenevert. Miss Minnie Sutphen and Shaw of this City. The wedding was a very pretty one and the Bride looked charming n a Grey came hair travelling snit. After the wedding or. And mrs. Averill left for new York. Washington and other easter Points. Upon the Irre turn they will go to House keeping in a Beautiful Home in Toledo which the Groom has fitted up for his Bride. Both Young people have visited in this City and have Many friends in the social set to wish them a life of Joy. Alimore Akery Hild Bort. Run Over by horse and Surrey Friday evening. T rpm i Well known Young Are married. E people miss Cecil Webb of Napoleon and Harry Tuttle of this City were married at the m. E. Parsonage at to p. Rn., thursday. Rev. J. H. Bethard. Pastor of st. Paul s m. E. Church officiating. The Young people spent Friday with the Bride s grandmother mrs c. F. Clemmons on Holgate Avenue and left in the evening on a wedding trip. Harry formerly held a Case on the express. He has won a Beautiful Bride and has the Best wishes of the entire Force in this office. May they live Long and Prosper. Lively Iii Nau a Dollie Burkholder aged about 4 years the adopted daughter of or. And mrs. Noah Burkholder of North Defiance met an Accident Friday evening that might have resulted in her death. She was with her father at the water trough near the Ward building watering the cow when Clayton hath and will Pickard drove no in a Surrey. They claim they did not see the Little girl until their horse shied and then it was found that she had been knocked Down and stepped upon by the horse and that the wheels had also passed Over her Back the child was taken to her Home and or. J. D. Westrick called to attend her. He found that no Bones had been broken but was not Able to say what internal injuries the child had received. It looks like the Accident was a piece of carelessness Aud no matter whether the child is dangerously Hurt or not it was Only by a Chance that she escaped death. Virgil Watkins had a bad up Friday. Mix gee. M Watkins moved into the Aldrich property on Jefferson Street Friday. Daring the afternoon his son Virgil who was using a one horse Wagon in moving the Good wot a probably have been badly Hurt if not killed but for the timely service of mail Carrier de King. The horse started to run away and Young Watkins was thrown Down Between the Boise Aud the shafts. He was Tco close to be kicked Bot was pimped in great shape by Lite horse s Hocks. But Watkins Hung on to to the so lifts Aud that probably saved his life. The horse had run about two blocks when mail Carrier King stopped it. Watkins was skinned up some about the legs but otherwise it its not Hurt much. He is not however Likely to forget the episode for seme time to come. Healthy locality. Section 28 in Milford township can Excell 8ny Section in Milford township for six of the eldest citizens and we doubt if any other Section in the county can Excell it. Following Are their names and Ages. Johnothan Hart. 86th year. Mrs. John than Hart 77th year. Mary Hootman 87th year. Chris Hoot Nan 85tli year. Chas Irish 87th year. Mrs. Chas. Hish 78th year. Uncle Johnothan Hart is next to the oldest�?76. And has Cut and shocked 340 shocks of Corn besides doing considerable Tobor work on the farm this fall. All of these old people Are quite Active with the exception of mrs. Irish. A Hicksville Independent. Held a special meeting Friday night. To go to in first to last and sixteenth ept Arguta the ii in ill a i it. Cleveland oct. 14.�?As the n the efforts of the Rockefeller ii and their heavy purchases of i Carryle vessels think f it a Oil Ore next season will la $1,25 is an Advance of 65 cents Over this seasons rate. Owing to the Advance in freight the Ore nun announce that the Price of Ore will go up $2. Ult of lie rests Ron Ore lit rate which Send one Dollar Siuth in l i in skim it Chi Ami we Quot ill Send you by f in i Litho cum loin \ o. Ii subject to t a ?�1111t iou till. Ii ii Imi Iuo to Al it Brave noir guaranteeing Safe delivery. Of Luu Ilu. La Al your freight depot Aud if Fouad birr til Oil of Attar r Nard y Ai re pre am i of and a Ual to Tine. Dial retail Al Situ. Us to # is Mhz pay tilt freight aa1,ii Lur a a it it offer Price %9.98. Leas the.tilt wit i order. Quot a Urr. Prepay the ii Lurli to a a a an mint East of Ilia Murk Mountain. ,. ,. This harm he Gravestone i Cut trued leu term and polished in very latest style from Tow to Al flue cd oar i Ain Marble la nou Urarro Lible Aud Baa a re i lob i polished. In fad Ina . Urov Eatone i. So Ina Boa blah i to wide i Banc. W i tor Prises a a st face Rel in sissies. Address Sears Roebuck amp co., Chicago. The Board of Edneta by nut in the store of Hemy Bass Friday evening All of the Melm to being present Aud allowed the Colton Sinead Furnace co. Floor on the contract for the heating Appal at a that is being put in at the Central school building. This Job a to have been duct Angust 12, but it will tits another week before it i completed. Toe delay has caused much trouble at the Central building anti the schools have been Dis mused a Good part of the time because it was too cold to keep the children in the building. The company that has the contract ought to have its tills sol i Down because of its failure to fulfil jts contract in a reasonable time. The time that has been wasted because the work was not done within the limit can probably be made up but school work has not been benefited by the delay. The cure that cures doughs colds Grippe whooping cough asthma bronchitis and incipient consumption is barn James Relue is building a line at Hie Home near Independence. Or. And mrs. Henry Houghton returned from new York Friday evening. Or. Houghton left for Indianapolis saturday morning but mrs. Houghton stopped Over for the Hooker funeral. Ernest Dalldorf is helping with the la vols at the store of w. A. Kehnast during the absence of miss Minnie Keh naut who is at or. Joseph mo., to attend the wedding of Fred Fritch and Mise Kramer. Castoria. Boar the skin l you have always bought Beauty la blood deep. Clean blood Means a clean skin. Be Beauty without it. Casear ets Candy cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the Lazy liver and driving All impurities from the body. Begin to Day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Casear ets a Beauty for ten cents. All druggist a. Imti faction guaranteed Tho.25c. Of. G. W. Huffman physician 4 us Pigeon special attention Given to disease of the Bye bar nose and Throat pitting glasses a 8 Pec i Alt office is doer South of the citizens opera House. Phone no 22. Cd cd plumbing and Gas pitted deep Well pumps. Everything in the plumbing and and Gas fitting line for Sale at lowest prices. Clinton bt., Between 4th and 5th Money Smy we pc by my a in we by we will Semi you ,.< 66am Balwi Akitt iuroi6k re st. O. a Altun. You Vun at your Lien rout tri it Lilit depot Aud found Muni to War bilk. Limn of la ii Niru a Gnu. Fun a Gnu a us Katkat a Kiln rot Kukil msaki1 of pm a your for Piehi it our special offer Price $15.50 a and freight Chare. 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