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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - April 9, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance is a City of the second Grade population to too growing rapidly a situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday april 9, 1903. No. 18 closing session of the round table the next years meeting will be held Fostoria. At the Northwestern Ohio school superintend Flentse and teachers hound table was called in this City at the Central school building at i p. In. Friday. There was a goodly number in attendance. The morning hours were spent in listing the different school and examining the w Ork of the various grades. The afternoon session was opened by singing America under the leadership of prof. Canfield followed by a song by the fourth Grade entitled a your school our supt. Sharkey of Van Wert was introduced and gave a Short talk Frt i Jay afternoon. The topic a is it Well to shorten the course below the High school a was discussed at some length being opened by n. E. Hutchinson of Bryan who was not in favor of shortening but rather of lengthening the course. Supt. Williams of Sandusky would have High schools meet the grades and destroy the Gap Between the High school grades and leave some of the studies taught in the grades till after the High school was reached. Principal Reynolds of this City and j. W. Wright of Grelton would not shorten the course. Supt. Wright favored the introducing of the studies of botany zoology Etc. In grades. Supt. Chi inter of Toledo thinks of the the of flexible promotion solves this question of the no Pil has the privilege of going As fast or As slow As he wishes in would naturally find his place. The question was then discussed on what a Pupil should know before entering the High school. Or. Bagnall of Hicksville opening the discussion. The general agreement was that that course should not be shortened. A grammar below the seventh Grade was opened for discussion by supt. Culler of Bowling Green and Many important Points were brought out. Or. Swingle principal of Bowling Green High school opened the topic a tits minimum requirement to enter a first class High supt. Zellar was then called upon and was of the opinion that the subject a Are we training our pupils to acquire knowledge from books a was being greatly neglected. The subject a what kind of nature study is profitable a was taken up by supt. Robinson. He would have the Pupil to see to use their eyes that the Pupil should learn those things that will be helpful As Well As interesting. As example he spoke of those insects that Are destructive to fruit. Miss Prueser of this City told in an interesting manner How she had interested her pupils in the signs of Spring. This she thought was very important As it helps the pupils to think and interests them in a variety of subjects they Are awakened and interested. Discussion was carried on by principal Bowland x. E. Hutchinson supt. Wright and or. A. J. Burns. The topics a the value of a state Normal course to the school and a is the College or Normal school fitter to prepare teachers a were taken in com a a i suffered terribly and was extremely weak for 12 years. The doctors said my blood was All turning to water. At last i tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and was soon feeling All right mrs. J. W. Fiala Hadlyme it. No matter How Long you have been ill nor How poorly you May be today Ayers Sarsaparilla is the Best Medicine you can take for purifying and enriching the blood. Done to doubt it put your whole Trust in it throw away everything else. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. Ask your doctor what to thinks of Ayers Sarsaparilla. He knows a la about this Prand old family Medicine. Follow his advice and we jul be satisfied. J. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass. Mission Bonebrake who gave a Brief report of the observations made by him during a visit to Normal schools and colleges in new York. There is no conflict Between the two. One instructs those who Are to be leaders in educational thought the other those who Are to teach daily in tile lower grades. Die program of Friday afternoon was quiet lengthy and Many topics not mentioned Here were discussed and Many helpful and instructive thoughts were brought out. After a Short intermission president Sharkey of Yan Wert read the following committees nomination and place slip. Williams Sandusky Yan Wert k. Vav. Jameson Perrysburg. Resolutions a supt. Hutchinson Bryan Prin. Swingle Bowling Green supt. Evans Chicago. In spite of tile inclement weather last evening a Large crowd gathered at the presbyterian churl to hear prof. B. Dyer of state Normal College Oxford a lecture they were most amply paid by his splendid talk. Satukitay8 Sis six. The meeting was called to order at 9 of clock by president Sharkey. Opened by singing followed by scripture Reading and prayer by supt. Shawan of Columbus. Song by class of i eighth Grade girls directed by or. Infield followed by singing a the lord is my report of committee on resolutions submitted the following report on resolutions. Whereas. The Northwestern Ohio school superintendents and teachers round table has had a pleasant and profitable session in the Beautiful City of Defiance and whereas the officers the members of the executive committee and others by their Energy and foresight have contributed much to this result therefore be it resolved by the members of this association that we tender the thanks of the round table to chairman Mitchell and the other members of the executive committee for the excellent program provided and their thought and care for the entertainment and welfare of the members of the association to president Sharkey to the Secretary and other officers for their efficient services in conducting the exercises to the teachers of Defiance for the excellent displays made in their respective departments and for their kindness and Effort in entertaining visiting teachers to prof. Canfield and the pupils of the Defiance schools for the excellent music rendered at the different sessions to prof. B. Dyer for the scholarly and helpful lecture Given by him to the local Board of education for the use of the High school Hall to or. Slagle and the trustees of the presbyterian Church for the use of their audience room to the local press for their kindly notices and the reports of the sessions and to All others who have contributed to the Success and Harmony of this meeting. X. L. Hutchinson i de a. Evans j Corn. C. Swingle. I report was unanimously adopted. President Sharkey. Referred to a committee appointed last yet a at Yan Wert As to what this meeting shall be teachers or superintendents round table was called for. Committee failed to report. The opinion of the Assembly was carried for a St Anding vote. All was in favor of continuing the meetings As teachers and superintendence round table. Supt. Robinson asked for a discussion of a special literary better than pills. The question has been asked a in what Way Are chamberlains stomach amp liver tablets Superior to pills a our answer is they Are easier and More pleasant to take More mild and gentle in effect and More reliable As they can always be depended upon. Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills Are More harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. Work and literary or Burns would inspire in the child a love of Good Reading. Supt. Zellars would set the Reading As a task. O. P. R. C. Was recommended. Supt. Secrist moved that the executive committee of the state meeting be asked to try the Experiment of holding a Winter meeting at Columbus one year. The result was 38 to 21 in favor of Columbus. Die topic a a tardiness was called for and Many superintendents gave their opinion on tardiness and the plans used by them in counting tardiness. A Short intermission was then taken. Singing a schools of the president called on or. Lyon of Toledo and or. Wells who talked on Reading Circle work. Or. Richardson of Cleveland and or. Davis were also called upon and both responded in a witty and entertaining manner. Join. Bonebrake read a Short poem entitled a a boiling sap a which he thought solved the whole question of tardiness. How per cent of attendance in monthly and weekly reports is counted was briefly discussed. Supt. Iie-1 ter of Wapakoneta would count them withdrawn after an absence of five Days be Crest three Days Williams five Days Bagnall of Hicksville would not count them withdrawn until they have been a ten and one half Days. Supt. Mitchell asked for a discussion of the topic a a closer relation Between the county Institute and the 0. T. It. or. Burns was urgent in regard to this matter and asked county institutes to appoint wide awake teacher s to act As Secretary of the county Reading Circle. Supt. Zellar emphasized or. Burns a Appeal. President Sharkey spoke of oratorical contest to be held at Yan Wert May in. Supt. Shawan of Columbus was asked to discussion a place and Date of of the huh meeting of the 0. S. T. Ile spoke of the Small attendance at put in Bay and the unusually Large meeting at Columbus. For this reason he urged the meeting to be held in Columbus. Prof. Williams was in favor of put in Bav. Many objections. Or. Burns was appointed to draft resolutions to be sent to family of or. Rose Hamilton. The following nominations were made president a. Vav. Mitchell. Vice a. Evans. Secretary mrs. In. W. J Arneson. Executive . S. Robinson n. E. Hutchinson or. Norton. The place of meeting for next year was taken up which resulted Iii Fostoria As the place chosen. Supt. Mitchel spoke of the different places of interest where teachers May visit while waiting on trains after which they adjourned. Supt Robinson urgently invited All teachers to attend the session next year at Fostoria. The following out of town teachers Are among those in at auspicious meeting of Tuen Dawie Lodge an unusually Large number of Brethren welcomed visitor its just an auspicious record was made wednesday by the members of Tuen Dawie Lodge no. 195, f. Amp a. M., during visit of one officer of the grand Lodge of the state of Ohio and the District lecturer. It was an event which from a social standpoint reflected the Best of Fellowship and from work executed one of ability and thoroughness. C. G. Ballou of Toledo right worshipful senior grand Warden and l. I. Boyer of Swanton District lecturer were the honoured visitors. The latter came to inspect the Lodge. The work in the master masons degree was performed on one candidate. This fact was instrumental in getting out a crowd of Brethren which has not been equated for Many years past. There were 121 present. After the initiation ceremonies were concluded or. Boyer was called upon and made a Short speech in which he highly complimented the order upon its work. He referred to the fact that Tuen Dawie Lodge was in an excellent condition in All ways the Secretary a record showed that $1223.49 was in the Treasury and not a Dollar of debt unpaid. Or. Boyer also said that it is an uncommon thing to inspect a Lodge and find that not a Dollar of dues was forthcoming. Every Dollar of dues for the year 1902 has been collected which is a credible item toward the ability of the Secretary a. Viers. Or. Ballou followed with appropriate remarks upon the work of the order. His speech was full of words of Praise for the members and the manner in which they did their work. He pointed out the benefits derived from the masonic order the High ideals they teach and the lasting lessons which Are Learned in the work. The speaker was very enthusiastic Over the work of the Defiance masons. The visitors and members then enjoyed a luncheon served by caterer it. Brown followed by a smoker. More speeches then followed and it was nearing Midnight when adjournment was taken. The visitors from out of town were t. E. Snider j. C. Snider m. Pc Replogle i. Whetstone t. E. Shuter l. C. Replogle . Chuter ii. Palmer of Evans Dort Chas. E. Lamb a past master of blazing Star Lodge no g94, of East Aurora x. Y., who also favored the members with an invitation to attend his Home Lodge. Ask your doctor if he knows of any better laxative and stomach remedy than or. Caldwell syrup pepsin if he is not prescribing it in his practice he knows what it is and if he is honest he will satisfy you and us with his reply to your question. Or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin is not sold in bulk but All druggists sell it in 50cand51.00 bottles and refund your Money if you receive no Benefit. Fair Isnit it ? l. E. Covey m. A. Savannah. Tenn., writes tinder Date of aug. I 1900 a i have used or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin in both my own family and in my practice and unhesitatingly state that i have got better results from it than any other form of pepsin i have used. I consider it a most excellent or. T. Jones of Osgood mo., writes under Date of oct. 28. 1899 a i have used syrup pepsin for some time and find it gives most excellent results and it is one of the greatest Selling preparations i have Ever carried in Stock. I do not hesitate to recommend it. Your Money Back of it done to Benefit you pepsin syrup co., Monticello ii for Sale by the Ideal pharmacy 325 Clinton St. Tendance j. W. Tiller Liberty Center j. A. Wright Evansport i. Whetstone Archibold c. J. Miller or. Ray Wauseon c. A Biery Carrie Reynolds Cecil goo. Dunakin Moats in Oats Wapakoneta Hal belter Perrysburg mrs. In. Jameson Farmer t. In Rover Florida i. Hoover Middleport i. A. Wood Paulding w. Ii. Daub Chicago de a. Evans Fostoria Vav. 8. Robinson. Van Wert Blanche Tanquary Margaret Rose Marne Foster Hattie Umbaugh Ola Dennison Bess Clary Bertha Feldner j. Ii. Snyder Orren Boland j. P. Sharkey m. L. Mohler Victor Moon Arabella Webster Clarice Arnold Margaret Osborn Celina Ferguson miss Finch Mercede m. Anderson Daisy Gilliland Nella Clippinger Harriet Benton Olive Hammer Florence Kimmel Ollie de Traer. Hicksville Ella Shanklin Nora Shafer a. C. Bagnall Mary Smith miss a. 0. Yvo right o. C. Rodocker e. A. Lilly Irene Haynes. Columbus Grove of. B. Moone h. I. Grindle Margaret Coe. Holgate a. H. Meyer Myrtie Boulton Muriel e. Tripp Marian welsted it. S. Armstrong j. H. Smith. Antwerp a. K. Finley c. Her Tel Margaret Mccabe May Homes Gladys Busby Bridgie Halliman Vav. G. Smith. Upper Sandusky a. A Mil Holland in b. Williams ii. N. Norton t. Skimp. Payne Vav. A. Sellers f. J. Shi Cheom c. A. Underwood. Brvant Marne Hubbard Vav. E Hutchinson Clyde a. In Porter a. H. Wicks. Toledo a. Vav. Chalmers g. In. Lens. Bowling Green a. A. Culler c. Swingle. Columbus a. I. Bonebrake j. A. Shawan. Cleveland of. In Ralston c. E. Brown. Ottawa a. In sickest Findlay mrs. J. E. Coburn and miss Daisy Hill of Hicksville Are the guests of mrs. Vav. T. Hill. The Board of pension examiners were in session wednesday. Quite a number of applicants were examined. Ii. D. Bokop and Art Ilarde Gan left for North a aeolian thursday. Or. Herdegan will locate i n j there and work for the Defiance Box co. Mrs. Vav. J. Witty and miss Francis Cook arrived Here from Chicago Junction thursday and will make this City their future Home. The thing every person should see to it that their blood is in order each Spring. Nature must purify the blood. That is the Only Way it can be purified. In order that nature May do its part in cleansing the blood from the Winters accumulation of impurities the kidneys and liver must be Active so that they May carry off the impurities there is i no remedy that will do this quicker and better than Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy and the reason this remedy is so much More successful than All others is because it strengthens the kidneys and liver and puts these organs in shape to perform their natural functions. It strengthens the stomach so that the food May be properly digested and the body is consequently nourished and All the organs strengthened this then Means a Strong body and health. Proof j. Kroemer agent grand Union Tea company at Niles. Mich., writes i use Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy in my family every year. I find it the greatest blood purifier and tonic. It regulates the kidneys and liver and purifies the blood and with this simple remedy i always keep my family Well. Price . To. O. Baldwin. Wabash tie inspector at Montpelier is Here loading seven cars of ties for use on the Montpelier Branch. Train no. 6 on the Wabash which passes through Here at i o clock ran Over and killed a Man at Maumee saturday. The happiest couple in the world should be a deaf husband and a Blind wife both taking Rocky Mountain Tea keeps peace in the family. 3oe. Weisenburger amp Emery. Each package of Putnam Fadeless Dye colors More goods than any other Dye and colors them better too. Sold by e. N. Lewis. T. Betts amp son general agents have just received from John m. Pattison president Union Central life insurance co., a Check for fifty dollars for the great amount of business they put in during the month of december and which is All reported at this time to Home office. H. P. Miller received the sad news saturday of the death of his brother Vav. P. Miller at Seattle Washington last evening of heart disease. The deceased was born in Williams county and had resided in the West for 16 years. He was aged 48 years. The remains will be brought Back to Williams county for burial. The old reliable , druggist. Death Ross David Ross was born in Philadelphia March 23, 1853, and was married to Elizabeth Sharp Iii 1873, thirty years ago in it. Wayne. Ile came to this City Twenty five years ago no children were born to this Union. Or. Ross died thursday at 7 o clock of dropsy. He leave a wife Mother two Sisters and two Brothers. He was a policeman for six years and was a member of the i. O. O. F., Turnbull Aid society arid the red men. The funeral took place sunday afternoon at 2 o clock from the House the Odd Fellows having charge of the funeral. Rev. P. 0. Rhodes officiated. Interment in Riverside cemetery. The flagman at Crossings Davis mrs. Martha Peke Davis wife of or. J. Vav. Davis died at word was received Here that. Her Home on Clinton Street this or. And mrs. Dias. Ilsun Nee 1 City at 8 30 a. In. Thursday. The Chas. W. Krotz is Louisiana. Back from try chamberlains stomach amp liver tablets the Best physic. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. The seven Rural mail routes out of Defiance collected and delivered 48,237 pieces of mail during the month of March. Or. And mrs. Donny of Newark is the guest of mrs. Joe Denny of East Defiance. Or. And mrs. Downey assisted in singing in St. Mary a Catholic Church. Miss Eva Seifert of Chicago Are the proud parents of an eight Pound boy who arrived sunday. Peter Dickman celebrated on thursday the 45tli anniversary of the Day that he began his apprenticeship As a Blacksmith. He is still Hale and Hearty Aud is a Fine workmen. Julius Weber left thursday afternoon for Fostoria preparatory to going to work on the inter Urban line As conductor. Mrs. Weber will join her husband in the near future. About forty people went Down on the special train thursday afternoon to see Ben Bur in Toledo. There were about i to Oil the return trip toe rest having gone Down on the regular trains. A Large number of people were prevented from going on account of a report that no More tickets could be obtained for the performance. Anton Turajski of the Wachter and a Zeiger of Cleveland was in the City wednesday and in the evening was guest of Johnt it Hudel John Weisenburger a orchestra turned out in Honor of the Visi Tor and Many Fine selections were were rendered. Or. Turajski played the leading violin during the evening. Castoria Tor infants and children. The kind you have always Bough bears the signature deceased was born in Evansport january 15, 1881, and was aged 22 years 2 months and 17 Days. Or. And mrs. Davis were married in Phoenix Arizona july 22, 1901, and returned to Ohio Iii october of the same year. Mrs. Davis had gone West before Lier marriage for her health but there was no permanent improvement and she gradually passed away. She had Many friends. Or. Davis who has just entered upon the practice of Medicine will have the sympathy of All in his loss. Funeral from the m. E. Church at 2 p. In. Sunday Rev. E. I. Whitlock offi relating. Musser a Catherine Mosser was born Jan. A 1822, and died april 2, 1903, aged 81 years 2 months 2g Days. She was one of the Early settlers of Defiance county coming Here in 1848 from Wayne county was the Mother of nine children her husband having died a Little Over two Vearo ago. Since that time is to she has made her Home with her daughter mrs. Frank Lang in Paulding county near Arthur. Good for rheumatism. Last fall i was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me j great pain and annoyance. After j trying several prescriptions and i rheumatic cures i decided to use i chamberlains pain Balm which j i had seen advertised in the South Jersey Man. After two a j plications of this remedy i was j made better and after using one i bottle was completely j Bailie Harris Salem n. J. Forsake by n. G. W Oodward. The b. Amp o. Throughout the City for the past week have been keeping track of the number of people and different vehicles that have crossed the track. Their reports were closed and sent in monday. The order to do this came from Headquarters and its import is not known to the officials Here. While jog. Daubel was working at the Power House Friday a Large piece of Coal thrown by another Workman who was unaware of or. Daubel a presence fell on his hand. The thumb and one Finger were badly crushed and he will be compelled to give up work for some time. He has been rather unfortunate having had his leg badly broken several months ago. E. P. Hooker had trouble with a sewer leading into his residence on Jefferson Street and called in Geo. Wilhelm to open it up and see what the trouble was. W Hen or. Wilhelm opened the sewer he found that the Fine roots from the Maple Trees had worked through a joint of sewer and completely stopped up the tile. It is a curious growth but made a Good stopper. This growth can be seen at the merchants National Bank. Powder absolutely pure them is no substitute two Laid to rest sunday the funeral of mrs. Or. Davis occurred sunday at 2 p. In. From the m. E. Church. Or. Whitlock spoke very highly of the Christian life the Young woman had lived. A Large concourse of friends were present to pay their last respects to the deceased. The Horal offerings were Beautiful. The pall bearers were or. Jesse Benner or. De swi Riehart and e. Vav. Costello of this City Clias. Snider Chas. Shuter and Frank Cameron of Evansport. The last sad rites Over the remains of David Ross took place at his late Home on front Street sunday afternoon Rev. Rhodes officiating. The i. O. O. F., red men Turnbull Aid society and police Force attended the services in a body. The remains were interred in Riverside cemetery. Or. E. E. Root of Elyria formerly of this City went to Antwerp wednesday to accompany Home the remains of the year old baby girl of or. And mrs. Fred Root. Mrs. Root had been visiting her parents at Antwerp. While there the child was stricken with congestion of the brain and died. Mrs. J. Vav. Kidney of this City accompanied the remains to Elyria today. Mrs. J. Vav. Lynde and mrs. Warren new Ell attend the funeral at Antwerp. Castonia. Bears Tho of k8 kind you have always Bougie signature of Mary Jennings n. Yamhill forgone could not get along without Rocky Mountain Tea. Makes women Strong a id Beautiful keeps them Well. 85 Wiesenburger amp Emery. A class of eighteen children at St. John s lutheran Church and a class of sixteen at St. Paul a lutheran Church made their first communion sunday. The churches were beautifully decorated in potted plants and Cut Flowers. Rev. Spannuth and Rev. Mueller delivered appropriate sermons. Or. And mrs. John Buser were surprised last saturday evening by a Large number of friends of the German reformed Church in remembrance of their fiftieth wedding anniversary Quot. Very a impressive words we Ere spoken by Rev. Lahr and or. Fred Asch Backer followed by singing and a Good time and a Bountiful supper. They presented or. And mrs. Buser with a Beautiful rocking chair and 85 in Gold. All present enjoyed a Good time. Those present were Rev. Lahr miss Lahr or. Aud mrs. Keh Nast or. And mrs. Fred Asch Bacher or. And mrs. John Shudely Sam Winkler mrs. Barbara str Alili. Mrs. Henry Kline mrs. Winkler mrs Jacob Able. Mrs. Mrs. Wahl mrs. Mueller or. And mrs. William Brit clue. They wishing them Many Prosperity singing a. Stevens mrs. Philip Icahn hanker mrs. Mrs. Linton Derge mrs. All joined in years of and song retiring to their respective Homes. Defiance College Defiance classical philosophical literary and Normal courses schools in music Art election Commerce and theology. Reorganized and efficient teachers in All departments largest enrolment in the history of the school. Endowment doubled during the present year. New teachers added to the faculty. Normal work a specially. Frederick ii. Roman a. M a Normal expert and a graduate of the National Normal College and Yale University has been placed at the head of the teachers College. Prof. W. W. Webber a. Of the National Normal University and the Ohio state University has been placed at the head of the Depar ment of National science Yon get what Yon want at the smallest Cost. Total Cost of living expenses $i.00 to$2.50 per week Spring Quarter opens april 7th summer term opens tune loth and continues seven weeks seven dollars pays the tuition for the summer term and seen res von a season to the Maumee Valley Chautauqua which is Worth the entire Cost of the summer school. Write for information. P. W. Mcreynolds president

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