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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - August 13, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Derianne is a City or the second Grade ?ulation1p,000. Growing rapidly a situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee Rivers. The heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. Xiv. Defiance Ohio thursday August 13, 1903. No. 36 second annual meeting Chautauqua ends sunday night with a Cess Ful session. Most Suc wednesday afternoon. The people began to flock to the Island about noon bringing baskets containing lunch for dinner and supper. The woman s Relief corps and other societies held picnics it proved to be woman a Day though the men came in the evening. There were two Strong addresses inthe after noon. The Esqui Maux lady came upon the platform with greetings. She came directly from the cars and excused her appearance by saying that she came from a country where the people keep Cool but found that Here in America the people were hot blooded and summoned her at All hours to hurry. She gave her lecture in the evening. Rev. We. Reiley state superintendent for the anti Saloon for the state of Michigan is an orator of considerable Power. He said three great questions confront the people of this country. First the race problem second the Sabbath question third the Temperance question. He said the churches were doing More United work for Temperance now than Ever before. The anti Saloon league is a carefully organized society working through All churches and political parties. He gave a description of great victories in Michigan the past year. He believes that the Saloon will go. Mrs. Trego National evangelist for the woman a Christian Temperance Union of America delivered a magnificent address. The auditorium was pretty Well filled and they kept coming in during the address. She spoke first to the children and followed it with an Appeal for nobler manhood and womanhood. Woman a Day has proved to be the Best attended of any of the special Days up to the present. Last night the grounds were Well filled and the theatre building packed to hear the famous Little Esqui Maux lady miss Olof Kreamer who told in a charming manner the Story of her life in Greenland. Miss Kreamer came to this county when Only fifteen years old. She remembers Well the customs and manners of her people and gave an interesting account of her own childhood Days her parents neighbors and friends she emphasized the exceeding simplicity of life in Greenland. They eat their food raw they have no furniture except fur rugs there Are no aristocrats in Greenland the Man owning a Flint to strike fire with was the wealthy Man. There exists a perfect Equality of station or rank socially and every other Way resulting in equal Contentment among the people. Their code of ethics and philosophy is equally simple. Miss Kreamer showed clearly the differences Between the far North and Mode of life of Lier people and that of the Christian civilization of America. Miss i rarer appeared in native custom at the close of the lecture and thus added greatly to the entertainment of her audience. A prominent figure in the history of the Christian Church. This is or. Hartzoge a closing lecture. He has Given Strong helpful and intellectual addresses. Rev. Swank pastor of the m. E. Church at Napoleon conducted a conference on a pastoral he opened the conference with a Strong Clear address presenting the question involved in the pastoral relation. Five minutes speeches were Given by different pastors. Strange As it May seem thursday was the most largely attended of any Day yet. This was unexpected inasmuch As it was not a special Day yet there was a Good program. It shows that interest in the Chautauqua is in creasing. Thursday afternoon or. Whit lock delivered an address to an appreciative audience on the subject a a twentieth Century he believes that this Hope will be realized in a twentieth Century Christian. That the spirit of Jesus must dominate humanity and when this is brought to pass the question which now perplexes the human family will be solved. Or. Whitlock spoke w7ith great Force. He presented an optimistic View of the future that was refresh thursday Forenoon. The Early morning prayer meeting was led by Rev. Culp. These 8 of clock meetings Are becoming More interesting and helpful each Day. Or. Hartzog delivered his lecture a Saul of de pictured Saul a Early life and the influences which surrounded him up to the time of his conversion to the Christian religion. Then he traces his career As he visits the chief cities in his missionary Tours ending in his martyrdom at Rome this lecture furnishes in Story form interesting account of a my. At 4 of clock thursday afternoon the annual meeting of the stockholders of the association was called. After listening to a statement from the Secretary the old officers were unanimously elected for the ensuing year. Many present expressed Confidence in the management and Hope for a great future for this work. The officers Are As follows president Rev. A. B. Murphy. Vice presidents Rev. P. O. Rhodes Rev. E. D. Whitlock Rev h. Mueller Hon. Silas t. Sut phen Rev. Vav. S. Gulp c. C. Kuhn. Secretary and general manager a prof. W. Mcreynolds. Treasurer a. P. Hooker. Board of directors a. W. Mitchell Chas. T. Pierce f. L. Hay prof. Graham g. Vav. Watkins h. E. Myers j. J. Grubbs Geo. Foltz. Two vacancies were supplied on the Board of directors. These Are prof. Graham of Lima and Rev. Geo. Foltz of Defiance. Before introducing the Jubilee singers the president announced the result of the meeting and spoke of the service rendered by manager Mcreynolds in comply Mentery terms. He also stated that with such a Man in charge with such natural facilities with a High reputation already attained for the Assembly and True men Back of the movement determined to make it a Success it could not Tail. There was great cheering when it was announced that the Chautauqua would be held next year. The Glazier Jubilee singers captivated the audience last night. They sing mostly old time melodies. There Are six of them four men and two women. The Quad Tette does excellent service and the pianist is a wonder. He played the mocking Bird and the Battle of san Juan to the great Delight of All. After the usual entertainment at the theatre a reception was Given Down on hallelujah Avenue. The invitations to this sumptuous spread were most pressing so pressing indeed that those bearing the invitations irn med lately picked up and carried the invited into the presence of the Mystic Circle where each in turn were duly initiated. The first i course was Watermelon and was the second course was fudge made on the spot and spread on the table to which each guest was royally carried and served. The entertainment consisted in recitations speeches and comic songs. About fifty tenters we Ere present and others would have attended could the invites have found them. It was a Good time and nobody got killed. Some thing else is planned for tonight. Friday crowds of people came in. The grand army men Are present in Large numbers. An excursion Over the c. L. Amp m. Came in from Lima about to of clock with a Large p is Singer coach crowded full. Excursions Over the other roads came in just after noon. Gen. 0. 0. Howard delivered a Fine address on a experiences since the he made some sane statements regarding the value of the Home the Church the school. Gen. O. 0. Howard during the Day and the Jubilee singers at night were big drawing attractions Friday. It is estimated that 1500 persons were on the grounds. The old soldiers were delighted and turned out in Masse. A Small corps of soldiers came in late bearing a Large Flag. While they were being seated in the front Reserve and the Flag being placed on the platform the general stopped and said a a Man can do most anything with old glory at his great applause. Gen. Howard is one of the three generals surviving since the civil War. He is a Man of commanding presence with full Gray Beard and Gray hair. His right coat sleeve is empty his Arm having been shot off at the Battle of Antietam. He possesses Many of the qualities of an orator. The subject of the address was a Grant and his the opening part of the address included a description of the organization of the army. Then he described his first impressions of Grant. He told of the Charas tics of Grant Thomas and Sherman As displayed in the great councils of War when he met with them. He paid a High tribute tothe memory of Thomas he recognized the place and part of Sherman and gave him High Praise but to general Grant he gave the highest Honor and greatest Praise. His description of the charge up missionary Ridge was a realistic word picture. He gave the position of the respective divisions and the orders under which the troops advanced. Many of Bhe men to whom he spoke had been through it All to them it was simply a reminder of that Day of Victory As interpreted by one of their leaders. The Maumee Valley Chautauqua closed sunday with the largest attendance of any Day of the meeting. Saturday or. Love delivered two excellent addresses. Or. Love was identified in the original Chautauqua movement in new York. He spoke in the Forenoon on a Chautauqua and Chautauqua he emphasized the importance of this great movement in the developed ment of the physical intellectual and spiritual Man. In the afternoon he spoke on a reminiscences of the his address was of special interest on account of historic incidents showing the Progress of civil and religions life. Sunday morning or. Stevnson spoke on a Faith a and in the afternoon on a first the the address was a schol arly production in which he showed How the dreams of men in Ages past concerning an Ideal King and kingdom have been fulfilled in the spiritual kingdom realized in Jesus Christ. The doctor is an Able Earnest speaker. Samuel Jones mayor of Toledo spoke last night to a crowded House. Everybody was a sunday politics and week Day notes one of our readers was inclined to take seriously one of the Chautauqua notes that referred to or. R. H. Gleason Likely to be led out of Camp by his friends. There is no occasion for alarm. Or. Gleason a offence we believe was his penchant for singing psalms when every person else was trying to sleep. Done to worry about Roll. He is firmly fixed in Island Park Camp and even if any one contemplated an invasion of his Domain it might be Well to remember the pertinent remark of Gen. Wayne at the dedication of it. Defiance. The Chautauqua will be a per manent institution. No better investment could be made. Shares Are Only $5. You get 4 tickets in return. Hundreds of shares ought to be taken. The misses Lautzenhiser the misses Curdes miss Madge Hudson and miss Lillie Patterson of Napoleon were guests at the Rev Atkinson Camp. J. W. Garver and wife and Jas. Smith and wife Roy Kinney and wife of Highland township were guests at Squire Smiths Camp sunday. J. Vav. Myers and family of South Richland township were guests at the gulp Myers Camp sunday. Given Rev. Murphy will remain in Camp for several Days for a quiet rest after to Days of hard work. The campers have taken Down their tents All promising to meet at the Chautauqua in 1904. Mrs. Geo. Lowry of Cincinnati returned Home yesterday having been the guest of Mattie Miller. Or. George Emery and wife of Ridgeville were guests at the Squires Emery Camp sunday. Claud Gleason of Hicksville was a guest at the Lynde Glea son Camp sunday. De Kusian and wife of Ayers Ville were callers at the Smith Camp sunday. Nineteen Napoleon people have been in Camp Here. Seal j wonderful life which stands Forth passed on a Large dining table. The slip warrant issued for Cora Prator Cora Prator who was arrested for assaulting postmaster c. J. Thompson was bound Over to the probate court in the sum of $300. The Day for the hearing was aug. 3. On that Day Geo. Barnes a coloured Man of Noble township one of her Bondsmen appeared in court and said that the girl was then in charge of the i Clarence Andrews miss Jennie Markley of Chicago is visiting Here. Mrs. Sadie Pool of Toledo is visiting j. Vav. S. Parmer and wife. Will Tittle who has been sick for the past two weeks is improving slowly. Mrs. Francis Boop and son of Lima Are the guest of her sister mrs. W. W. Barton. Mrs. W. C. Helmrick is visiting her Mother mrs Mattie Lee on the ayer8ville Road. Mrs. Ella Arnold of Medina county is visiting with p. W. Mix and family on Grove Street. Mrs. John Barr and daughter of Florida Are the guests of mrs. On Harrison beauties of the far Western coast Lucy Rethmel concludes the Story of her California trip United states officers and he Street. Special correspondence. Near san Francisco is the great Stanford University. Those interested in education should not fail to see the extensive buildings and grounds and obtain information regarding the great scope of learning and usefulness embraced in that institution of world wide Fame. Taking the journey from san Francisco South by the coastline could not produce her in probate Mike Lawler of Chicago a for one is delighted with the View of court. Ile asked to be released Mer resident Here is visiting in the Ocean with Ever varying predation from the Bond and it was Grant City the first time in nine tie Bunch grass grows where flocks and herds can pasture during the w inter occasionally there is an irrigating flume Down from the mountains then the desert smiles. Now we come to Rivers and towns and cities Are passed then we again see the great agricultural Valley of the Sacremento. The interest deepens in observing the scenery that interests with every View to a better a teen years. Virgil Squire cashier of the first National Bank has bought the 0. A. Frick property on Washington Street. Oliver Andres the Well known ship Timber expert has gone to de. On thursday evening the girl who was recently bound Over to the u. S. Court returned Home from Toledo and Friday a warrant was issued for her arrest. Before the sheriff had gone to the Prator Home with the War-1 Arkansas to buy Timber lands rant a Telephone message was ref a Defiance parties Cei Ved from Jewell which stated mrs. Harriet Deamer or. And that the Prator girl had walked i mrs. Chas. Beard and mrs. To Down to that station Friday Seph Daoust left for to and boarded a West bound m0na, cal., on sunday. Wabash train. It was further. ,. _. A a. The injunction suit of Hiram f. Rice of Farmer township stated that she wanted to buy ticket to Van Wert but As tick scenes the beauties of the landward direction Are neglected the winds blow Cool with invigorating air from the deep Blue foaming sea As the Waves break along the Shore. A Baa flows the great tide on the breast of the deep. And backward again to the sea so Oft from the past land soft Billows sweep and bring Back their treasures to one rides Over Hills and valleys through tunnels in the mountains there Are the live Oak Trees and Apple Orchards growing without irrigation. Many Are the cities and towns on the coast All of the country from and including the Sierra the train ascends a Hill then Dow n into a Valley there Are other steeper grades and descends until the Sierra nevadas Are present to our wondering eyes then we Are again in a Canon so Beautiful we think of a Beulah along the Southern Pacific they Are employing Many Large numbers of men in very extensive improvements. The Many Miles of Snow Sheds Are to be removed and tunnels made through the Mountain steeps to avoid the Avalanche. Can hardly mention but a few of scenes among the lofty sierras Eta could Only be sold to Cecil she �gain8t Hicksville Telephone Nevada mountains is called the that Greet the Travier. I i or o a of Oral on run re Al not i a. Took one to that place. The officials Are not worrying very much Over the matter because they feel that the girl will be apprehended without much trouble. Dora Tittle of North Defiance is quite sick. She is threatened with top hid Fevol. J. U Colley w. A. Heidelburg co. Was settled thursday. I coast. Prof. A. E. Curtis and Daugh the Palm Trees thrive the a1-ter have returned to their Home mond Trees flourish Orange in Adrian. Mich., after a pleasant Groves vineyards and figs the visit with or. And mrs. G. D. Edgar. Mrs. C. F. Clemmons of Holgate Avenue Wras dangerously ill thursday. A physician Wras called to attend her several times during the Day. Guest of state of Ohio City of Toledo i Lucas county. J Frank a. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of f. J. Chewey amp co., doing business in the City of Toledo county and state aforesaid and that said firm will give the sum of one Hundred dollars for each and every Case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure. Frank j. Cheney sworn to before me Aud subscribed in my presence this 6th Day of december. A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason. Seal y notary Public hairs Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood Ana mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo. O. Sold by All druggist 75c. Hall s family pills Are the Best. O. Umily. Howard Webb returned Home thursday after a pleasant visit with his aunt at Plainville ind. Chas. Krotz has bought a blooded Bull calf of his son Fil. The animal is three months old and weighs 500 pounds. Charles Baltes of Chicago will arrive in the City this week to make a Short visit with his parents or. And mrs. Jacob Baltes. Olive the Lemon and Citron with cherries plums apricots and peaches present a novel and varied appearance. Blooming roses and geraniums with camellias Japonica Hydrangea and Oleander for Hedges while prettiest of All Are the mrs. John Smith of Sandusky i pinks poppies and Sweet Williams who has been visiting her Moth a in the gardens Ermis. George e. Rowland for j of Angeles this once Spanish the past three weeks returned to Mission like san Francisco has her Home Ali urday. Become an american modern the craze to build cottages City with All wires underground has struck some ten or twelve Here we see the old Mission the persons Nowin Camp at Island Many churches and institutions Park and it is Likely that that of learning the Parks Angelus Many cottages will be built yet hotel the chamber of Commerce this fall. Sam Levi and Carl Groweg returned from a ten Days Outing at Camp Thistle wednesday night. They had a delightful or. Aud mrs. Koehlinger of it Wayne ind., have a new baby i time and look like they boy a their Home. Mrs Koeh-1 plenty to eat linger was formerly miss Minnie Dittmer of this City. Like a great fair with its exhibits of the products of every county in the state of California. We leave this place by another route that runs through the Battle of stallions Friday evening about 5 30, a arge Norman stallion weighing about 1,000 pounds and a coach stallion weighing about 1,100 pounds escaped from the stables owned by John Ross at Deshler and began fighting. To separate them Wras impossible As any one who ventured i Chin reach was risking his life. It was Only through exhaustion. A it q after thirty minutes fighting that they were captured and returned to the stable. Both horses Are valuable. The Large Norman was badly bitten and otherwise injured and is in a serious condition while the coach stallion came out with but very few scratches. Byron Smith of Lewis drug store will leave for Ada monday where he will take a course in pharmacy. He graduated from the High school this year. Roy Mulligan a fourteen year old boy who was picked up Here monday having been found sleeping on a Lawn was sent to had had i great Mohave desert on our return journey. Here Are Cliffs with caves High upon the Moun Edbell a Farmer who resides i Tain 8ides> connected with the five Miles South of this City suf mines Are switches leading to the feed a fall at about la p. In. Friday and dislocated his right shoulder. Bell had been to town and was in the barn when the Accident occurred. He Wras walking on a Board that leaned against the Manger and w As Between the horses. When Bell fell from this Board his shoulder went out of the socket. N railroads where the ores Are taken to the refineries. This Sandy desert is not dreary there Are Many mining Camps now we Are again in Reno and welcomed by the friends of a Sauld Lang Here we again see the new beauties As we ride Over the shaded roads and streets of Reno and Vicinity. There is a chamber of Commerce Here also with a Fine display of minerals and ores from mines in that nearby Region the agricultural products Are very interesting and show the great resources for the present and future in that country. There will be Many pleasant recollections connected with my kind friends or. And mrs. J. N. Evans of Reno. Coming East the Many Joys and comforts accorded the traveler of today Are encountered. After crossing through Nevada a Lovely valleys the Alkali desert and attractive mountains we come to Utah. It keeps one Alert to see the changeable scenes and catch glimpses of the great Salt Lake. Ogden seems to be melancholy surrounded by the High mountains that Shadow the City. Here we change to the Union Pacific and through Wyoming gaze on fresh wanders. Some of the passengers on the train were delegates to the c. E. Convention in Denver. We have crossed the grand Rocky mountains and arrived in the Beautiful City of Denver. Lucy c. Rathmell. His Home in Hudson mich., by officer Thos. Buchholz saturday i or. John w. Ury received a Tel officer Tom Buchholz was Call-1 Gram from or. Bayard Holmes de to Napoleon this afternoon As i of Chicago iii., thursday even a witness in the Case of Delbert for in which he seated that lie Babcock who was arrested in i had a place for him at the head this City wednesday on the of the dispensary of the Daniel charge of stealing a team of Brainerd polyclinic school. Or. Ury will go to Chicago at once and will doubtless take the position. He is a Young Man of much ability stood High in his class in medical College and it is not surprising that the medical men who know him Are anxious to have him locate in Chicago. Get Rich Quick scheme Samuel r. Bullock the original builder and owner of the Defiance water works was arrested last saturday by the Federal authorities in new York City on the charge of being connected with the get Rich Quick scheme of Daniels amp company. He a committed to the tombs in default Well pleased with his speech on 0f bail. A horses. Postmaster c. J. Thompson received a card from or. D. A. Long of Graham n.c., saturday in which he states that his son died wednesday night. Funeral we As held Friday. Or. Long was called Home from this City by the sickness of the boy. Indiana parties who recently visited this City Are quite sure the inter Urban Road from Toledo will be completed. The Hoosier visitors think the Street lines Here ought to be a part of the system. Island Park is the prize the gentlemen from Indiana would like to get hold of. Waisto Liaa Bear Tbs St ave alway to Tanta if a woman worn out who never has to lift a hand for herself who does not know the meaning of the word it worry How can it be possible that it is possible is proved by the experience of Many a woman who because of sleeplessness nervousness backache and other womanly ills becomes an utter physical wreck. Or. Pierces favorite prescription gives new life and new strength to weak workout run Down women. It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. It makes weak women Strong and sick women Well. �?�1 suffered for five years with inflammation which caused violent pain and often torture so bad at times that i could not be about to attend to my daily writes mrs. Julius c. Bell of a thread Kingston. Ont. Quot life was simply misery to me Ana i did not know which Way to turn for Relief. Had tried doctors but found they did not help me. My druggist advised me pacers favorite prescription Eulo eras. I decided to give it bottle Home. I am Nappy to say that after the use of the first bottle i Felt to much improved i decided to take another and after that a third bottle. I have Good reasons to be pleased for i am to Day a Well woman work is easy and the world looks Bright. I have perfect health thanks to your sick women Are invited to consult or. Pierce by letter free. Address or. R. V. Pierce Buffalo n. Y. ,. A favorite prescription makes weak upstairs Strong sick women Well. A a boy who slept in the cent no substitute for the Medicine which i a i j works wonders for weak women. Room wa8 awakened by the noise i per Cen a pleasant pellets should be and gave the alarm. The men i used with favorite prescription Quot when then fled i Ever laxative urea Uirt. The police have just received notice that burglars attempted to enter the residence of Louis Palm on Wayne Street tuesday to this City and on to it Wayne i night. A train had stopped at j ind., will be completed rho i the Wayne Street crossing and Ayne Street crossing was switching some cars. Two men supposed to have been hoboes that come in with the train mounted the Kitchen roof at Palms Home and attempted to take a screen out of an window. The. A o. People sold .371 excursion tickets to Chicago at this Point sunday morning. Married on thursday evening August a in Defiance by Rev. B. W. Slagle at his residence or. August f. Schultz and mrs. Elnora Deatrick of Paulding couty. We. Kirtley or. And son Fred left for Columbus sunday evening. Or. Kirtley goes to attend a regular meeting of the Board of Public works w Hile Fred who is to enter the Law school of the Ohio state University this fall went along to look up quarters. E. C. Murphy the government Engineer from Washington who was in the City wednesday while looking with favor upon the project to dam the a Glaize River and establish a Power Plant also thinks the people of Defiance Are very foolish in not attempting to utilize in the same direction the great w Aste of Power at the Independence dam. Castoria for infants and children. The kind Yob Ham always a Watt bears the nature of

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