Defiance Weekly Express in Defiance, Ohio
8 Aug 1901

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8 Aug 1901

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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - August 8, 1901, Defiance, Ohio I a a Defiance express news picked up country Side j i Adatsi Whitman and wife fall and painters Are at work Langle and wife Are visiting the Nebo spent saturday and Sun painting some these buildings. Pan american this week j w Day with their daughter mrs. Earl Bevington was called to Cameron and family and c Clark Mary Mcclellan Ray arrants Defiance last week by the serious and family visited l r sni v a family visited d f Browne a sunday Geo Willett a it Varv incl Iii a nay us Charley Spaulding Reuben Fitz illness his father sex judge j h Der in Stryker sunday Charles and Lon Nile took in the Bevington Philip Peters got Corwin and family visit for Best prices Philip big show at Bryan the Lucky letter in Golden Rio j. H. Mckee labor Day. Special to express. Columbus o., August 7. Gov Sherwood. Burger has purchased the property mrs. G n Palmerton has returned from Edgerton where she had been visiting with Lier daughter. Ray Rock visited in Paulding county sunday Fred Aszman 7 7 Cleveland was Here monday Fred is talking moving Back to Sherwood again quite a number from Here attended the show at Bryan saturday j h Burger and family were the guests Henry Behnfeldt sunday Oscar Burgman and Jessie Bloom spent sunday at Reynolds and John Boud were i mi88 Miira Roper Newville is at Clark s Lake sunday . Lehman and wife expect to Start to Buffalo saturday to the exposition for the Days m iss Myrtie Lichty and visiting her Uncle Hiram Bootman and family Essie Cary is v it take in i spading the week at Kendall next 151 Ville and Rome City de Goller Defiance visited the u b Sun package Coffee which entitled him and Eli Wolf Bryan were Here Stacy Garvey were at Greenville j Day school and gave a very in sunday Clyde Keller Arthur Teresing talk a Young Daugh Hanna de Conkey Pete Biglow Ter arrived at the Home Ham John Steelsmith and Blaine i Brandy saturday aug. A a Young son at the Home de Panton Friday aug. 5 mrs. Winn Hicksville was the and returned with his sister who i guest Lier son Geo. Inn and Blosser took in the excursion to Cincinnati Dreher drove to Defiance Friday error Nash tuesday issued the following proclamation urging the general Celebration labor i the Ake Frank Berean has re Day monday september 2 a it being the intention the framers this Law that this Day signed his position at the Elk Saloon and will go in the Saloon business his own Hook at should be Given to the recreation Mark mrs Geo Rock those who toil i earnestly request the people Ohio to put aside for the Day the duties the office the factory the shop and the farm and join with the Thrifty sons Industry in its Auburn ind., is visiting Here Bessie Kyle Paulding is at Home a few Days e Seyfi is completing the Stone work the disciple Church. Work will be pushed to a finish As fast As Celebration. The Prosperity p08sible a i Seiner tatty the Labouring classes is the Corner j is in this place at present buying Stone upon which rests the Hap Timbel. Band concert Satur piness All and it is proper that this Day should be devoted to the advancement their committed suicide. Special to express. Lima August 7.�?mrs. Lizzie Lilby committed suicide Boope a resort by drinking Bolic acid. She came Here Day night Gus Holzer and wife left tuesday for a two weeks visit in Michigan b f Swingle Hicksville has put in a new piano at the Home Frank Smith mrs Kessler Toledo was the guest mrs j e Long also her sister Mark Center Frazer Mark Center and Rock Auburn were Here monday Fairey Kyle Anna Larson and Fannie Nevada 111., having separated qr0ckton drove to Defiance Mon from her husband. Her parents Day the following Young peo at car from live at Kokomo and her brother John Ball came after the body tuesday. Remarkable robbery one half ton Gold stolen. Special to express. San Francisco August 7.-�? the Selby smelting a Lead com-1 Pany has been robbed $280, too Worth Gold Bullion. The theft occurred some time tuesday night and was not discovered until this morning. The thieves tunnelled from outside the building under the vault at the Selby works which Are located the Bay Shore about thirty Miles from san Francisco. They secured nearly twelve Hundred it pounds Fine Gold Worth �20 an ounce and escaped without leaving a Trace their identity behind. The robbery is the most successful and remarkable Ever accomplished the Pacific coast and was evidently the work skilled mechanics. The whole affair was skilfully planned and skilfully executed. Pie spent sunday at Clark s Lake the misses mag and Elva Miller Bessie Kyle Paulding and Fannie Switzer and Frank Decker. Delmer Kyle Charles Al Lender Charles Rande Ndaw John Coffen and and mrs will c Newman mrs fill Switzer is Laid up at her Home the result falling Dow stairs. She was badly praised but no Bones i broken Rev Roberts Defiance called f c Switzer Friday last week his Way to Bryan Charles Rande Ndaw left for his Home at Bryan tuesday and mrs Phillips i Hicksville were the guests James Haver and family thursday. Was attending teachers Institute there nearly All the teachers Washington township attended the Institute which Speaks Well for the teachers this township. Thursday while Albert Haase was running his traction engine Over a Bridge Northwest Ney the Structure gave Way and rolled the engine into the Creek the Bridge was Onty built recently miss Clara Goller spent sunday at Ney miss Olive Rigel myer returned to Defiance monday after spending a few weeks Here with her aunt mrs. Streaker mrs Streaker and miss Minnie Pierce were in Defiance one Day last week Donald Dreher Roy Dreher and Neal Doud have resumed work with the Hay Bailer Arthur Hanna quit working for George Mack Friday mrs. A Pollock and mrs Manuel dear were at Louisburg and visited and mrs Jay Chamberlain sunday born to and mrs Bergman july 31, a son the band did not play in Ney saturday evening account the show at Bryan. Some the band boys attended the show miss Grace Barnes returned Home from Kunkle saturday where she has been spending the summer miss Fay Rollins is Able to be about again after a few Days illness misses i torah Dreher Fay Rollins and Sadie Hanna visited Farmer township monday Lehman and Dias. Goller drove to Glen Burg monday Christ Mueller drove to Defiance tuesday. Clvde Reynolds and Chas. Goller it it were in Bryan monday and mrs Kelley moved to Bryan Friday. Or Kelley sold his Stock to Weston Welker whose building he had occupied. Family sunday. The fourth Institute the Milford township sunday school association will to a Gold watch Vinson Bridenbaugh was found dead in his Clover Field about noon last wednesday by a neighbor who had gone in search him at request mrs Bridenbaugh. Or. B had probably been dead since an Early hour in the morning. It is presumed that he died heart disease. Funeral services were held at Cecil Friday morning. Michael theobault will move from the m e Loose farm to the Walters farm in the near future threshing machines Are quite numerous a Cream separator be held in the Christian Chapel peddle has been through these aug. La at 3 p. In. The following topics will be discussed a a god a estimate his word a a. G. Wilson. A Are the Young men and women our sunday school Worth saving do we need them a . F. Carey. A the great sunday school scholars a Rev. J a Hootman. Parts. Nearly drowned. Special to express. East Liverpool August 7.�? professor Kincade aeronaut made an ascension at a pleasure resort across the River from place. He came Down in a Para Chute and alighted in the Ohio River. The balloonist was almost drowned let before he could be reached by a Skiff. Hanna for president. Special to express. Washington August 7 other United states senator has declared for senator Hanna Ohio for president in 1904. This time it is William m. Stewart Nevada a regenerated Republican. In his judgment the indications today Point to . Hanna s nomination. Lost. Gold brooch somewhere Between Craven amp Ruesse store and Dittmer a store Clinton Street finder will be rewarded. Leave at this office. I we amp a Hicksville. W s Little spent sunday at Hamilton Lake Fred Hemmer and King Patterson started tuesday for the pan american exposition j m Coombs was in Chicago last week bes Sie Kerr Coldwater Mich., is a guest Della Kyle the sunday school picnic at Wawa see tuesday was Well attended. All the sunday schools w Ere Well represented and mrs Andrew f Patterson have returned from their Outing at the pan american exposition Roy Fisher made a business trip to Findlay wednesday c y Tannehill is at St. Louie Mich it mrs Cole Cicero is visiting miss Margaret Miller a num Ber the Hicksville Odd Fellows visited the St Joe Lodge Friday night mrs Margaret purse and mrs Minnie Crowl returned this to their he me in Chicago saturday after a two weeks visit with their parents and mrs j m Stewart the families Chas Yans Coick and we Kincade returned saturday from a ten Days Outing at Hamilton Lake four saloons Are open in Hicksville notwithstanding the local option ordinance took an feet last monday Lucile wid Ney Chicago is visiting her Mother mrs c Vav Carpenter. Ethel and Laura Clary Toledo returned Home sunday after a three weeks visit Here and mrs v Hart took in the sunday excursion to Detroit Nell Sauers left for Toledo sunday a delegation Odd Fellows from St Joe and Butler visited the local Lodge Germany Tiffin Alsyne is a poor crop in this Section the country. A great Deal it does not pay to be hulled Harmon Meyer and wife Brooksville was Here sunday by and Emma Kellermier were the guests Fred Keller Meir sunday Edward Folk near Leipsic called h l Stock one Day last week we Hile Enro Ute to Evansport Ben Palmer visited in Evansport Sun Day the Epworth league so Cial w As Well attended last wednesday evening. The amount cleared was $16. They will hold another social the night the sunday school picnic sept. Much excitement in Germany one Day last w Eek. C r Shuter tied his horse at the Home John Schultz. The horse broke Loose ran nearly three Miles turning Comers two ice running up to j j Crane s residence circling around the woodshed starting Back its old tracks. Then the buggy being upset the horse broke Loose from the Rig and running the Back track the animal was caught by f w Gares. The buggy w As badly broken but the horse was ready for an other merry race has. Keller Mier made his regular trip sunday evening to Brooksville i Washington. William Donley is quite sick with tuberculosis Edith Dreher is we orking for mrs. Frank brow n by Hartshorn has been driving a Wrell for Welkert a Sawmill. Jeonard Alleman returned Home Fulton . Schlos ser we Lio went insane last month died at the Toledo state Hospital july 23 and Wras buried in the Van sport cemetery services by lev. Warfield. He was 45 years it old and left a wife and five children Blanch daughter Lyman Moon died july 24, aged 3 months 8 Days. Funeral services by Rev. Thurston. Interment in the clinker cemetery. Or. Moon has been so unfortunate As to lose his entire family another daughter Mabel having died feb. 17, and his w Ife died june 5. Daniel Moog was taken before Squire Pollock last monday a charge having pounded his w Ife and was bound Over to court under Bond. A few weeks ago Daniel had one his boys arrested for a slugging Quot him and monday Chas Teberan Garrett and h f Teberan Defiance visited Anderson Hall sunday Sam Richards and wife Stryker visited Mill Christy sunday we noticed in the Defiance papers last week that they w Ere in Hunt a Street car Man. If they could have come Over to our town they would have found him stepping at our neat Little hotel. He has quit Defiance and is making his Headquarters Here. The surveyors started out Bryan monday morning their final Survey. Cars w ill be running the Road Between Defiance and Bryan before snow7 flies. The program for Epworth league sunday night August la will be something out the Ordinary. It will be rendered by the juniors. Come and hear the Little folks. Mrs. L. A. Snider Leader miss m. Dell Adams will give a recital at the m. E. Church saturday evening aug. 31. Gram later the ladies the m. E. Social society will hold their annual picnic at the Home mrs. A. C. Cameron Friday aug. 16. Refreshments from 5 to 7. Menu. Hot Coffee ice Tea biscuit and butter Fried Chicken potato salad cabbage Slaw Sartoga chips and pickles ice Cream cake As this is the time for election officers every member is requested to be present. Come and building hardware Shou i ing and roofing done promptly please Call Kehnast Large and interesting meeting anticipated the Maumee Valley Pioneer associations thirty seventh an. Nual reunion i to be held in Defiance thursday August loth and a. Very Large at Tendance is watch this column for pro ant impaled. It is hoped and expected t hat the citizens Defiance both City and county will attend the meeting in Large numbers and served that each and All will make Effort to give the visitors from a distance a Hearty Welcome. The annual publication this association has just been completed by a Defiance printing House. It is an Octavo pamphlet about 150 pages filled with articles pertaining to the Maumee Valley to interest All persons. It was edited Here and it is Likely to prove one the Best advertisements Defiance has had every person should possess a copy. They can be obtained at the meeting. Farmers should a take a Day off and attend this meeting w Ith their families. Committee. So it goes. Concluded to wheel Over to Continental and see his dentist and to their Surprise found a new tooth similar to a temporary tooth working through the Gums the dentist extracted the tooth free charge and kept the curiosity for elucidation at College. Or. Moses is about 61 years old the people this Burg were entertained by a the bring some one with you. A special invitation is extended to Young Jolly path finder show monday the gentlemen. Good music Good supper and a Good time. Evansport a a Noble outcast aug. To. Mrs e n King and Clara King were in Defiance tuesday h w Ellis and son Chas. Of Bryan were Here business tuesday. Mrs Dave willets is visiting and mrs Geo willets l c Brown Wauseon drove through town wednesday. He county line. Or and mrs Chas. Young and night Frank Moses was at Leipsic sunday the guest a Cousin Mart Dernier aged about twelve years son Frank Deimer had the sad misfortune losing a Finger while threshing at Peter Desgranges . His father has Little daughter were at Liberty part interest in a Blower threshing machine. The Little fellow having charge the Blower had his right hand caught in the revolving wheel crashing the second Finger his right hand so badly is taking up right Way for the sunday the Little son Geo Center sunday to visit her parents and mrs Henry Frank and their daughter Lillie were at Paulding county sunday that amputation was necessary George Oelrich has begun his new House and mrs Wahl and family visited her parents and mrs Fred March have you got any Wood to Trade ? we have. 2 Fine sulky plows 3 2-horse Wood beam plows i i horse Wood beam plow i 2-horse walking cultivator several 3-horse veners to Trade for either Wood Hay Grain. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio More evidence it is coming in rapidly Defiance Hicksville items Roy Gruber Chicago arrive. ,. 1 ,. 1 ii 1 Christy lost a valuable work Home last we Eek. He came Home horse recently. Saturday night. Gid in two for the next thirty Days we will sell Haas hog remedy twentieth Century Stock and twentieth Century poultry food at one half its value. Call and see me before Selling your Grain. Cams. T. Pierce Ney quite a number from this place attended the show at Bryan aug 3 misses Blanch Walker Lura Walker Josie Hartshorn and Rilla Walker and messes kit Hanna Clyde Reynolds Emerson the advice his physician to rest up for a while j Weisen born Defiance was Here saturday business Clyde Palmer has returned after a months absence. He is working in Ackley Sbarber shop Abner Coy died july 31 and was buried aug. 2, funeral at six Corners burial in lost Creek lutheran cemetery. Aged 56 years 9 to. And 19 Days. Rev. Lilly Rodocker has returned to Lima where he is working. Alfred lower left Here Friday it for Zanesville Kennedy wife and daughter Chicago iii., arrived Friday and Are guests mrs. Kos parents and mrs Samuel Davis West town until monday e Van evry it. Wayne. Ind., was Here last week will Hartle and wife fort Wayne ind., spent sunday . Vanscoik wife and Mother in Law returned saturday evening from Hamilton j Wyrick and George Hood this place took inthe Forepaugh a Sells bros�?T., show at Bryan saturday our City turned out enemas be almost the Lawasee excursion tuesday this week. W j Kleckner and wife arrived tuesday from Arkansas Nellie Barnett visited in Antwerp the past week a m Richards in Detroit sunday c e gingery Garrett was Here tuesday r v Ruff was in Van Wert this week business dissatisfaction reigns supreme among our Many citizens regarding the actions our town Council in connection with the Railroad company and our streets. West Milford a Young son arrived at the Rev. Wisely preached to a Large audience sunday evening at the m e Church the ladies Germany Are inventing a new style Jesse Peterson spent a few Days with Ida Bock Defiance Fred Peters new House is about completed. _ Washington township. Or n w Hartshorn is poorly at this time Marion Hartshorn Columbus responded to a Telegram saturday Honey to Defiance Friday. Evening account the illness his father n w Hartshorn. Farmers Are Busy threshing their wheat Aud Oats b d Lintz and wife visited we Donley sunday evening. His health is rather poor and he says he has lost thirty pounds in weight during his sickness a Hinger lost a valuable horse last week. He had it insured for $ Are Busy hauling logs and bolts to the stave factory we Donley a sister Northern Kansas arrived at her brother a Home a week ago and expects to visit Here for some time. Her husband was accidentally killed last Spring at a Railroad crossing John Martin Bool and wife West Mark township visited in Ney sunday e b Doud received a car Load Michigan Salt lat was Weer Elmer Warner Bryan visited d l Warner saturday. Charley Kolde Bauch visited his parents at Eaton saturday and sunday. Indiana amp Toledo by a b Mapes and John Paxton we Ere in Defiance thursday e n King and Bruce Boughten attended the teachers Institute at Defiance thursday mayor rank Stryker was in town thursday evening we Are going to see a a Noble outcast Are you. Doha Calkins visited in Stryker a few Days last week a Snider was in Bryan thursday mrs Myers Defiance visited with r s Heatley wednesday j a Holmes Bryan was in town quite wednesday John Heater and son Stryker was Here Friday j w Snider took a Load mrs j c Garber son Guy and miss Elsie Leffler visited in Stryker saturday afternoon quite a number from this place attended the circus at Bryan saturday. F e Calkins and son Carl drove Over to Bryan Friday. Mrs j l Boudle and daughter Kila visited her daughter in Bryan sunday k v Haymaker w g Lehman c r White w w Wood and we Geiger Defiance ate dinner Here sunday. Edna key returned Home from Bryan sunday w c Spangler and family visited in jewel sunday j w Cameron drove to Bryan saturday after the Rolls for the Evansport grist Mills. David Ulrich and miss Alice Snider Napoleon visited the latter s parents at this place sunday c h Partee and family visited with i c Garber in Stry a a Ker Betts visited a Snider s sunday i c Snider visited in Ney sunday. Saturday evening Noble outcast c Posey and wife and c Hoe Riek who was sick is getting. Better Wesley Dirr and family evidence the following subject will prove interest to every Defiance Reader. So Many people visited John fender sunday go through the same experience Fred Geiger Ayersville will build Fred Franks Kitchen next week. Daily. This Public statement should be proof posit Ive to every wavering Doubter. Read if carefully. Brooksville. It is reported that John mrs. Dan Maranda 1028 a Wayne Streel says a i suffered from inflammatory rheumatism gored by Bull. In j special to express. J Ashtabula August 7.�?Early tuesday morning William Kiser residing East Geneva was Waiking through a Field when he was a tracked by a mad Bull. The animal gored Kiser a Sheek and tramped his body. The Man would have been killed had not help arrived. Kiser will recover. Penter s children have the Scarlet two year8 age Anco although i fever Era Keoppe and wife practically recovered from this and Little son Paul visited de. J my Back and kidneys were affect avoid heat and dust. Keoppe s thursday afternoon. Mrs. Delia Keoppe and children and miss Ollie Robison visited mrs. Katie Figley Friday evening James Figley and son William attended the big show at Bryan the 3rd. Sunday school will close at the Trinity Chaple until the Scarlet fever scare is Over John Hancock attended the big show at Bryan saturday Sam Dunbar attended the teachers Institute at Defiance Friday and saturday. De and there was acute lameness Over my hips and a Dull Achin pain in the Small my Back read in our papers about Doans kidney pills curing others and went to n. G. Woodward a drug store and procured a Box. They removed the pain and lameness from my Back strengthened Ray kidneys made me sleep better and banished the extreme languor which oppressed for Sale by All dealers Price 50 cents per Box. Foster Millburn co., Buffalo n. Y. Sole agents for the u. S. Remember a pre ii Citory Sale millinery trimmed hats at one half the original Price Street hats Flowers ribbons and every thing in the line millinery can be bought at greatly reduced prices at miss Lehman a store second Street before the invoice. West Mark. John Riggs was at his father s in Indiana last week Myron Burt has just received a new i threshing machine and Hay Bailer Abner Coy an old Soldier the civil War died after a Home . And mrs. Lewis Mil lingering illness at his Home at Ler july and mrs Sam an Early hour thursday morning. Uel Saylor ride in a Brand new funeral services at six Corners Surrey j m Watkins spent the Friday afternoon about past week in Wood county. Thirty the Young people a gathered at the Home Fred Breininger jr., monday evening and had a pleasant time dancing i the occasion being the fourteenth i birthday miss Helen daughter and mrs Breininger. All enjoyed themselves supervisor Elser is attending to the Graveling the Road in Dis District no. 4, South the schoolhouse Bells will be put five the school houses this certainly if you want it take it with a Kodak this thought occurs to All attend 1 r ing the pan american exposition. Nugey j have everything you need in this line. Lewis drug store. Farmer. John Green and wife have returned to Peoria ii after spending several months at this place died july 31,1901, Margaret Snyder aged 78 years. She was a highly respected lady. Rev. Chas. R. Davenport will preach at this place sunday at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In Rev. J. W. Cannan lost his driving horse saturday Emory Mcconkey has a full Force teams at work his gravel Job. The name Doans other. And take no sick child. Special to express. Akron August 7.�?donald, the ten month old son general and mrs. Charles Dick died very suddenly Here. The child was taken ill sunday night at to clock. Funeral services were held today. Pleasant Bend we smart Hatten was Here last week. He is talking some moving his family Back to pleasant Bend again mrs. Ephraim Daymude is having a severe attack malarial Feer. Her daughter mrs Pearl Dirr hat ten is with her and will remain until she is better mrs. John Gardner and miss Dillie Dirr visited the former a parents Henry Bolley at Ridgeville Corners several Days last week Coetues has moved his family into the Fisher House formally occupied by we hand we Bolley has taken his sister mrs. Lizzie Bailey and children to Ridgeville Corners to visit her Uncle Henry Bolley and family before she returns to her Home in Marion ind. Friday morning when Philip Bull was assisting James Trumbel in resetting a Wagon tire the tire accidentally slipped and fell . Burih a foot making a very painful wound Willaim Barill who is afflicted with typhoid j fever is somewhat better p. M. Frank Moses wheeled to Continental j one evening last week in be known to i any his family friends. He started about 5pm thinking he would take a Short pleasure ride. He recently Pur j chased himself a new set Teeth and realized for the first time that they were i somewhat uncomfortable and did not fit him with As much ease As formally. He 1 the Corn chinch bugs. Special to express. Cardington August 7. Chinch bugs Are injuring greatly in Morrow and adjoining counties. They appeared about the Middle july and some Fields com have been destroyed by them. The new steel passenger steamers leave St Ignace Mackinac Cheboygan and Alpena four time per week for Detroit Toledo Cleveland Buffalo Pittsburg new York Cincinnati and at Points East South and Southeast. A. A Schantz g p a Detroit Mich. >1 a a a a at Leauv Llott by. The c. H. Amp d. Ry., will sell tickets at greatly reduced rates to Louisville ky., Aud return account the knights Templar conc ave. Tickets an Sale Angust 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th, Good to return leaving Louisville not later than september /6. Any farther particulars will be cheerfully Given by c h. Amp d agent address d g. Edwards passenger traffic manager Cincinnati Ohio. Headache you need a gentle heart stimulant which leaves no bad after effects. Clinic headache wafers Are sure and speedy easily taken do not depress absolutely harmless. The True heart tonic. Clinic phar Macal co., Toronto Ohio. , working shoes that fit Are solid Comfort. Linen shoes keep your feet Cool. You can find a Complete line and prices that Are reasonable for Good goods at Lyndes Cash shoe store

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