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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - April 23, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Baily and weekly. Office Latty bldg., court St. Entered at the Post office at Defiance a Hiot As the ail matter of the second class Central committee Republican convention will be held in Columbus june 3 and 4. Daily likening edition Only. Delivered by carriers to City subscribers.10c per week. By mail outside City $3 per year Cash. In Advance. By Mali six. Months,.$1.75. By mail thee 1.00. A Presa wednesday evenings. Cash in Advance ter year $1. Long distance Telephone no. 14. Northwestern Telephone no. 84. The amendments. The constitutional Amend ments to be voted on by the people this fall will have a better Chance to be carried than former propositions of this character. It has heretofore been the Rule to count the votes on which the voter did not indicate his wish As to the amendments. This handicapped the amendments greatly for thousands of voters in the state took no interest in the matter and did not vote on it at All. Under the old Law All of these votes were counted As against the amendments. Under a Law passed by the last legislature it is Only necessary for the amendments to have a majority of the votes cast on the proposition in order to be adopted by the people. This will give the amendments a fair show and votes not recorded either for nor against them will not be counted against. Under the Longworth Law it will be the duty of the state convention of both the Republican and democratic parties to take action on these amendments such action to be certified with the ticket nominated to the Secretary of state. As All of the five amendments were passed by a Republican legislature and As the democratic state Central committee insists upon treating them in a partisan spirit the chances Are that the Republican convention will endorse every one of the pending amendments while the democrats will limit their approval to the amendments providing for the repeal of the double liability clause of the Constitution and providing for representation from every county in the House of representatives. The democrats seem to oppose the amendments providing for the classification of property for taxation purposes the classification of cities and the amendment giving the governor a limited veto Power. The importance of the five amendments so far As their effect on future legislation is concerned cannot be easily overeat mated. The first amendment relating to the classification of property for taxation purposes will open the door for the creation of an entirely new system of taxation in Ohio. At present the Constitution provides that All property shall be taxed by a uniform Rule. For instance a franchise of a Street railway com Pany cannot be taxed at present. All that can be taxed our cars rails the Power houses and other equipments and rolling Stok or in other words Only the visible property and not the value of the franchise or of the entire property As represented by the Market value of the stocks and Bonds of the company. This at a meeting of the Republican state Central committee held in the Neal House Columbus tuesday Columbus was selected As the place and j Une 3 and 4 As the time for the state convention. In the absence of chairman Clingerman h. J. Eckley presided at the meeting. Senator Hanna was chosen As temporary chairman and As such will sound the keynote of the Campaign. John r. Malloy of Columbus was made temporary Secretary. Or. Malloy will name his own assistants. It is understood that senator Foraker will be the permanent chairman of the convention but the selection of this officer of course will be left to the committee on permanent organization Loo be made by the convention. For sergeant at arms William f. Goss of Cincinnati was chosen. Members of the committee bad quite a time in getting together on a Date for the convention and yet there was an apparent de who attend the state convention might overtax the capacity of the hotels. The selection of the second week was interfered with by reason of miss Ruth Hannah a coming wedding to Joseph Medill Mccormick of Chicago on june to and since senator Hanna is ask ing no other favors at the hands of the party there was a Genera deposition to so arrange the convention Date to permit him to attend his daughters wedding. Lisbon a Centennial Celebration the third week in june interfered with the selection of that week. Columbiana is senator Hannah a native county and the people there could no More think of letting their show proceed without Hannah a presence than would the play of a a Hamlet be permitted to go on with Hamlet attending a political convention or addressing a labor meeting in some other Section of the country. However the committee finally agreed upon the Date Given above and every one was appear termination on the part of All to entry satisfied. Hold it some time during the month of june. The first week in june was objected to by the supreme court judges on the ground that a Law examination with 250 or 300 applicants would be held at that time. It was jointed out that the presence of so Many Law students in the City with the delegates and others the basis of representation in the state convention was fixed at one Delegate and one alternate for every 500 voters and fraction Over 250 votes cast for Hon. Lewis c. Lay i in for Secretary of state last fall. Defiance county will be entitled to five delegates in the convention. Amendment was offered by senator Wirt of Mahoning and passed both houses by a practically unanimous vote. The Cincinnati enquirer has opened the Campaign for Grover Cleveland and will try to make him the democratic nominee for president in 1904. It fired the opening gun in a Washington d. C. Dispatch monday death Todd Svlvester son of or. And mrs. James Todd died at the Home of his parents in North Defiance at 4 p. In. Monday aged i month and 21 Days. Funeral fro Rathe House at to a. In. Wednesday Rev. A. B. Murphy officiating. The Crescent news should possess its soul in peace. The Board of health has acted promptly in the Stevenson smallpox Case. It has Given the Man medical attention and that was the one thing needed. No one else did that no one else made a move in that direction. Health officer Stevens is a Man of affairs he made no mistake when he sent or. John Davis into the smallpox Field. Pomona Grange Defiance county Pomona Grange will meet with Fairview Grange at Farmer Center thursday May 7th, 1903. Morning session at to a. In. And afternoon at i p. In. Every member is requested to be present. The Lee Turer j. F. Hill has prepared an excellent program for the Day. W. R. Stone Sec a. Leander l. Mason was born dec. 22, 1815, in the town of Orange in the county of Franklin in the state of Massachusetts and there he resided with his parents until they removed with him to the state of Vermont and he resided there until he was 35 years of age. He was United in marriage to Elnora c. Benson on the 8th Day of september. 1845, and soon after their marriage they removed to the county of Lorain on a farm which he purchased near the town now City of Elyria in this state and was a resident of that county until they removed to the county of Defiance about 35 years ago. He has since that time been a resident of Adams this county and until his death which occurred april 18, 1903. They had born unto them five daughters and one son three of the daughters having died in Lorain county this state previously to their removing from that county and Are buried there. The children who survive the deceased Are mrs. Abief. Mason Killey wife of George Vav. Killey of Defiance Herbert c. Mason who resides on the Homestead in Adams township this county and Mattie e. Mason Patton wife of Edward Patton who resides on a farm near Jewell this county. His wife Elnora c. Benson Mason has survived him. They were married nearly 58 years ago. He had lived so that be sides his Loving wife. Three children 14 grand children and one great grand child daughter of Collis and Mattie e. Killey Flaker who resides in Jewell this county survived him. The funeral was attended by the surviving children and grand children who followed his remains to its ast resting place. He was a very kind and effectuate husband and a Loving and indulgent father and always Well pleased to see his children and grand children when they would come to see him. He had ived to a Good Ripe old age being at the time of his death 87 years 3 months and 26 Days old and having been a resident of Defiance county for thirty five years and residing in Adams township. By Trade he was a Shoemaker and he worked at his Trade when not in critical periods in a woman s life Are when the change comes from childhood to womanhood and later when the organs of the Pelvic Region cease their work. First Bank Iii Defiance Bounty. Established 1859. Draw. Chase nerve pills by their Power to make Good Rich red oxygen carrying blood insures the proper nourishing of every tissue every Organ in the body and an absolute immunity from disease. The first National Bank capital and surplus Over $225,000.00 this Bink hts Ben uninterruptedly Ani successfully business for More thin forty four years. In Edward Squire president. Herman b. Teazel vice president nerve Tonicki ver equated Farmer township Amos Hepker a Little boy. Who Hon. Gabe Salt Baber of Van w Ert who is booked for the temporary chairman of the democratic state convention served in tile legislature from the thirty second District from 1878 to 1881, and was one of the most prominent democrats in the Senate. He is supposed to be lined up with the Johnson crowd but Gabe always did have a Way of Landing on his feet no matter what Boss happened to be in temporary control of the democratic party. . Seaw the _ / lh0 you have always Bougia signature of sunday Outing excursion. On the Nickel plate Road begin april 19, i903, to continue every sunday till further notice. Fair one Dollar each person in parties of five or More travelling together and returning same Day. Tickets Good Between any two stations within a distance of one Hundred Miles for particulars apply to nearest ticket agent or address c a Aster in spa it Wayne ind 48 May to before purchasing that new watch our you it will pay you to visit store for we can show what will suit your wants in designs size movements durability and Quality at reasonable prices. A. X. Weisen Burger amp co., jewellers amp opticians 313 Clinton Street this shape Box no other when the child changes from girlhood to woman Bood and again later in life when the organs of the Pelvic regions cease their work there is a Strain thrown upon the nervous system that requires outside Aid that there May be supplied a proper amount of additional strength and resistive Power. This the or. A. W. Chase nerve pills do to a certainty by their ability to Supply to the nervous system and organs afflicted an amount of nerve strength and Energy that enables them to accommodate themselves rapidly and easily to the changes taking place. Buffalo . Mrs. Julia Rowland of no. J 264 Pearl St Buffalo n. says a both myself and daughter aged 7 Are deeply indebted to or. A Vav. Chase Aud his nerve pills they was so severely burned recently certainly Are a grand tonic to the j of better Hecker who has nerves. I n de them about a year ago j to give me the strength and vitality to j also been Oil the sick list is out go through the ordeal that usually if. Bigelow who has comes to woman at change of life and n found All the nervousness crying spells i been teaching in Milford town and weakness disappear in a hurry i. Apr moved this led me to give them to my Daugh shop the past old term no a 111 ter about the time she began to have his family into the Virgil Squire cashier Fred Moss asst. Cashier. Baker House the endless trouble some Young girls do i j mrs. James Wei in Early lire and the Medicine acted a. Equally As Well with her. She grew j Don of Coldwater mich., spent sunday with mrs. Weldon spar Strong and steady the color became Good the languor and lassitude Digap. Geared Aud she was Able to go about ends the operetta Given by s., her school duties As usual. I consider the or. A. W. Chase nerve pills unequalled As a nerve and general tonic in such cases and gladly recommend them to others who suffer in a similar for further information Ca l at Woodward a drug store. Beware of imitations signature and portrait of or. A. W. Chase on each Box of the genuine. For Sale by dealers 50c a Box or or. A. W. Chase Medicine co., 257 Washington Street Buffalo n. Y. Inn s at f interest a Tim of aged in farm duties. In religion other Sohns 3-horse team bitched to a disk Harrow at the j. A. Aspacher farm ran away monday Forenoon horses ran into buggy on the Hicksville Pike Cec pied by Geo. Mohr and sister throwing them out and stripping the horse from the shafts. Fortunately no one was killed but the occupants of the buggy were some what bruised and Oue horse was badly Cut Chas. Lehman left for Toledo saturday Arvard Sloppy commenced school at Black sea the 13th.Henry Smith Aud family spent Satur Fannie Motter will teach in District no. 4 this Strusaker of Bryan spent Sun the Day with her parents Chas. Walker and family spent sunday with w. Stailey or. . Lehman and wife spent sunday in gave and wife and miss Dessie Lichty spent sunday in Greenville with mrs. Gavey a parents Urias Churchman of Glenburn was Here Mon Doy mrs. Ida Strusaker and mrs. Welker were in Bryan tuesday free show in town monday . Goller and wife of Bryan spent sunday with h. E. Dreher a. K. Strusaker had the misfortune to have the lost Creek S., under the direction of prof. W. L. Hosack at year Levy shall was a grand Success. There was a crowded House both Friday and saturday nights miss Vita and Madge Snyder spent the past week in Toledo visiting their Sisters. Mrs. P. M. Richardson has been on the sick list mrs. Emily Stone has again taken up her residence among us. Since Lier husbands death she has spent the time with her daughter at Vest Stone was Here to the entertainment saturday night. Ile came Home from Illinois to see his father. In l. Stone who has had a stroke of sic made Well pc in any amount at All the very lowest rate it payable yearly for n one to ten years v a privilege of partial payments. Loan quickly made. Call on or addres b. W. Wort Lewis Block Defiance o. Paralysis the Board of education at their meeting decided to have eight a months the next year instead of seven As heretofore. The teachers will receive the same pay per month $35. The Board has returned prof Doughton As superintendent. His religious belief was of the Christian disciple Faith behaving been baptized Iii their belief and according to their manner of baptism this was about40years ago. But on removing to Defiance county that denomination not having any Church organization is his neighbourhood he did not attend Church very often but was much interested in having his children have religious influences about them. Of late years his health has not been Good and As advancing age came upon him he remained at Home. Was a Good citizen Well respected by every body and his remains were followed to their last resting place at Independence cemetery on monday april 20, 1903, by a Large concourse of his neighbors As Well As the relatives from a distance and the family. Rev. Ernsberger methodist minister at Florida preached the funeral Sermon. Day and sunday with mrs. So a parents in Mark township. Rev. Roberts had his whip taken. In Brunersburg a Short time ago. The in it 1s second Finger chops 1 Ped off in the stave factory monday or. And mrs. Eli Clark mrs. Emma Ruder and miss Lula Hehr were called to Frontier mich., by the death of a relative mrs. Belle Bager miss Lorah Dreher visited miss Effie Ivins nerds school monday misses Applegate and an Arew who have been visiting Here have returned to their Home in Wauseon. John Doud made a flying trip to Bryan saturday. Your ground with a pair of los plow shoes he is making prices of All plow shoes value $1.50, at $1,25 a pair. He has a very Nice Drees shoe $1.25 to $1.50 a pair. The ladies $1.50 to $2. 50 Are the Best yet that Ever was sold. You should try a pair. Lynde Defiance the Shoer Ohio. P. gives a pair Gratis each month. See him. Brooksville mrs. Neva Woodcock and mrs. Alice Hall were in Evansport monday the guests of Charles Garlinger s family mrs. Belle Gilbert and son Jimmie have gone to Bryan for a few weeks stay Erie Keoppe had the misfortune to lose a Fine Black cow last week. The animal got fast in a Fence and broke one of its legs mrs. Emma Meyer and add in Meyer spent sunday in Adams township the guests of Eugene Maddox and wife Neil Figley and wife of Bryan were Here . Carver drove to Defiance thursday. Mrs. Nettie Hubaker of Defiance visited her parents or. And mrs. Hanna the past week m. D. Hall was in Defiance thursday. James Wisler will and John Meyer and a number of other far mers were in Defiance saturday John Hancock drove to saturday with a Load of hogs. County line John Brinkman and family visited Theale Boley and family sunday Henry Pfau moved to pleasant Bend saturday. Bobert Seizer and son visited Jacob birr sunday Wesley Dirr and family visited his brother Charles at the Bend sunday h. Ackrish is having an addition built to his House mrs. Sophia Dick in an visited mrs. Richie Dirr . Gusta Chanika moved to Defiance Minnie Chanika has been sick or. M. Blue of Ayers Ville attends her. Floyd Young is Able to be up again after an attack of the grip of. W. Dickman had some wire Fence put up last week. Henry Ward called on Wesley Bauman Geiger Robt. Setzer Christ dem land Henry Frank and daughter were in Defiance thursday. Miss Lydia Foss visited Lydia Frank in District no. 3 is closed on account of sickness of the teacher. Noble township Jacob Dickman took two cows to Jewell saturday that he sold to Fred Mekus I. Gruner of burners Buncg is re roofing his House school Board met at the town House monday the Tiffin River has been very High the past week while d. H. Lehman a daughter was driving to Defiance saturday the horse took sick and had to he left at a neighbors Home a grat Many horses and cattle Are dying through the . Krotz bought the vinegar cows the i. E. Spitter will be the superintendent of the Washington township schools for the coming year mrs. H. E. Dreher spent the first of the week with her parents at Dickey of Sherwood was Here tuesday. Clyde Keller of Toledo is Home on a vacation Joe Brownlee of Cleveland is visiting Here this week Christ his new barn tuesday. H. Bergman is the Carpenter Chas. Doud has moved his House Oil the old Donley property preparatory to erecting a new business Block. Marvelous elixir of life discovered by famous doctor scientist that cures every known ailment wonderful cures Are effected that Sec in like miracles perform eds the secret of Long life of Olden times revived at half Mast. Sometimes we Are greeted in the Thorning by flags at half Mast for some prominent official who yesterday was apparently in perfect i Leal the. When we inquire the ailment by which he was stricken it is not uncommon to be told Quot acute ind Igea Tion a or Quot stomach it is time people Learned that in digestion or any form of stomach trouble is not a thing to trifle with. The result a a not be fatal but there can be no condition of diseased stomach which does not carry with it physical loss and weakness. Or. Pierces Golden medical discovery cures indigestion and other forms of disease affecting the stomach and its Allied organs of digestion and nutrition. It enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food. Quot thanks to or. Pierces Golden medical discovery a writes or Charlesh German of Lehighton a. Quot it is the Only Medicine that has done me any Good. I tried everything i could think of to cute indigestion. And found i was Only throwing away Money. Then i heard of doctor pierces Golden medical discovery and tried a bottle of it. And to my Joy found it was doing me Good. I used six bottles of it and am now cured. It is the Best Medicine on this grand remedy does its work in a thorough manner it gives the health that is All health the strength that is solid substantial and lasting not flabby fat not false stimulus but genuine Complete renewed vitality and be Force. Accept no substitute for w Golden medical there is nothing Quot just As Good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs. Or. Pierces pleasant pellets cure constipation and its consequences. The remedy is free to All who Send name and address. After years of patient study Fand delving into the Dusty record of the past As Well As following modern experiments in the realms of medical science or. James William Kidd 2910 bait is building fort wave ind. Makes the startling announcement that he has Southerton or. Rigrish made a professional Call at mrs. David Wagner s sunday by. R. Mansfield and family contemplates moving to Scioto county in the near future mrs. Ii. Alkire is slowly improving John Hall lost a valuable horse monday some horse buyers passed through Here coming from Continental. The misses Nellie Grant Jesse Schubert Myrtle Mansfield and Belva Searle attended the Box Well examination at Defiance saturday p. Minsel visited his father in Law monday miss Dora Schoonover visited miss Belva Searle sunday quite a number of people attended the missionary society at Sharon Chapel sunday Good Many of our citizens were n in Defiance on business saturday. I s j. H. Morris dealer in agricultural implements. Carriages. Buggies Etc. For next 30 Days i will make special prices in All carriages and buggies in Stock. Beak in mind i sell the John Deere planters cultivators plows Hay bakes and loaders the Best on the Market. Or. Jambs William Kidd. Surely discovered the elixir of life. That he is Able with the Aid of a mysterious compound known Only to himself produced As a result of the years he has spent in searching for tills precious life giving Boon to cure any and every disease that is known to the human body. There is no doubt of the doctors earnestness in making his claim Ani the remarkable cures that he is Dally effecting seems to Bear him out very strongly. His theory which he advances is one of reason and based on sound experience in a medical practice of Many years. It costs nothing to try his remarkable a elixir of As he Calls it. For he s ads it free to anyone who is a sufferer in sufficient quantities to convince of its ability to cure so there is absolutely no risk to run. Some of the cures cited Are very remarkable and but for reliable witnesses would hardly be credited. The lame have thrown away crutches Ani walked about after two or three trials of tile remedy. The sick Given up by Home doctors have been restored to their families and friends in perfect health. Rheumatism neuralgia stomach heart liver kidney blood Ani skin diseases and bladder troubles disappear As by magic headaches backaches nervousness fevers consumption coughs colds asthma Catarrh bronchitis and All affections of the Throat lungs or any vital organs Are easily overcome in a space of time that is syrupy marvelous. Partial paralysis locomotor ataxia dropsy gout scr Fula and piles Are quickly and permanently removed. It purifies the entire system blood and tissues restores Normal nerve Power circulation and a state of perfect health is produced at once. To the doctor All systems Are alike and equal affected by this great a elixir of Send for the remedy to Day. It is free to every sufferer. State what you want to be cured of and the sure remedy for will be sent out free by return mail. Advertised letters the following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at Defiance Ohio for the week ending april 21, 1903. Gentlemen a. Brown Rev. J. T. Hager Rev. J. J. Halliday a. D. Hammett Dan he Nelinger . Jamison. J. E. Rep Ogle o. B. Shaw Sam Steger. Fred Tuttle. If not called for within 14 Days these letters will be sent to the dead letter office As prescribed by Law. In calling or same please say a advertised a Aud give Date of list. C. J. Thompson postmaster. Established 1903, consequently up to Date. New designs Low prices first class work. M. J. Walz office next door to the express printing office. The Hambleton Ioa stallion Surprise gait Trotter will make the Spring season of 1903 at the farm 1% Miles East of Junction Ohio and at no other place. For particulars Call on or address j. M. Klein Defiance Ohio r. R. No 6, owner and keeper. W. A. Kehn ast co. Have a Large Stock from which to select your screen doors. Window screens Lawn mowers paints and oils. Oil stoves have the sole Agency Fot the Sale of reliable gasoline stoves 202 204 Clinton Street a

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