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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - February 19, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Wauseon Pion Eek Toledo Bubash trunk double track you ble 0nt1nentaldefiance Isa City the sick it <5racepopulation ,000.crowing Raf it imply situate Paf the can Wuence the a Glaize and Maumee Rivers. Monroe Angola Auburn Ash truck line Paul Dingo it. Wayne Nickel plate a Delphos if . Amp . By Decatur Van Wert and the Best advertising medium 0000�000 00000 a republicanism in Muesli amp Natl a family newspaper pww000k000ggc the heart the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday february 19, 1903. No. Ii great Slaughter rabbits wednesday doctor Aldrich claims Twenty three rabbits to in have killed two shots . P. H. Aldrich came Down from the Jungles the first Ward thursday and related a the Derby was finally off and fore he got the game bunched so he could make a killing pot shot. Remarkable Story Rabbit killing in which he and Peter Murphy superintendent Riverside cemetery figured As principals. If the doctor did not err in his narrative and such a thing is hardly probable they had a great drive rabbits at the Cern every wednesday afternoon. As the Story goes . Murphy had charge the drive and the doctor took up a station with his trusty shot gun where he could command the Vista the hollow Between the old and new parts the cemetery. Shortly after the drive began the rabbits flocked to the hollow in great numbers and the doctor suffered several severe attacks Buck fever be when the smoke had cleared up the doctor found that he had slain Twenty three rabbits and Only wasted two Cartridge in the Effort. If he had had More cartridges the carnage would have been sickening. The doctors attention was called to the Rattlesnake Story last Winter. He says that Story was false but that he has the rabbits to prove his statement the affair wednesday. Or. Aldrich says enough rabbits escaped to insure a plentiful crop next Winter. Jake Parmer heard this Story and wanted to make a deed to Aldrich All his earthly possessions. Ann . Dresden was adjudged insane in probate court Friday. W. S. Hancock Lodge k. Of p., will give its annual reception March to. Miss Leo to Kerns left for Ney today where she will visit miss Edna Streaker. Dyeing is As simple As washing when you use Putnam Fadeless dyes sold by e. N. Lewis. Sadie l. Lambert has been granted a divorce in probate court from Chas. J. Lambert. The funeral Amelia Sponsler occurred from Highland Chapel at to a rn., sunday Rev. T. H. Mansfield officiating. Chas. H. Rowland the express is quite sick at his Home in North Defiance. He has been roused up for about a week. John e. W id Mer has both his ice houses filled with an exceptional Fine Quality ice which will be furnished to the Trade the coming summer. All the Healing Balsamic Virtues the Norway Pine Are concentrated in . Woods Norway Pine syrup. Natures own remedy for coughs and colds. Men who want their youth to feel the same As when budding into manhood use Rocky Mountain Tea. Brings Back that vim vigor mental and physical Power by gone Days. Free if it fails Weisenburger amp Emery. Catherine Saylor has filed a petition in probate court for Alimony from Samuel Saylor. This is the fourth time this lady has commenced action either for divorce Alimony. Hock Man amp Phelps for plaintiff. Hon. We Kirtley jr., who assumed his duties As member the state Board Public works returned Home from Columbus Friday night. He attended the Republican league banquet in Columbus thursday evening. Man about town a gentleman from Defiance visited Columbus last week and said to the express his return that he was surprised to know that the Capitol City had such a Beautiful and attractive hotel As the new hotel Hartman at the Corner fourth and Maine streets. It is no wonder he was surprised As it is one the most Beautiful All the hotels in this any country. Its marvelous Beauty cannot be imagined it must be seen to be appreciated. Mckinley memorial. The postmaster at Defiance has received from the Mckinley National memorial association a limited Supply the certificates which have been prepared for distribution to contributor to the Monument fund As souvenirs participation in that great Enterprise. The certificate is a Beautiful work Art which is Given an excellent reproduction mrs. Mckinley a favorite likeness her husband together with a picture the Mckinley Home in Canton and the White House. The wording below the illustrations is As follows a this Cerci ses contributed to the fund for the erection the National memorial at Canton Ohio in Honor William the work Manship and artistic effects Are the very highest order the great House Tiffany amp co., new York being the designers and manufacturers. The Supply in the hands postmaster Thompson is a portion the first edition the certificates and is sent Here to enable those who have not As vet contributed some Drift Wood from social seas Many pleasant parties marked the close the week he prettiest function last week in the second Ward was a party Given at the Home . And mrs. We. Moll Kint Ner Street saturday from 3 to 6 In. That was the tenth anniversary the birth miss Lydia and the party grew out a desire to properly observe the most important event. Sixteen invitations were issued to which the following Little ladies responded Mabel Daoust Janet Wertheimer Luella and Olive Smith Abie Core Bessie Thomas Mildred Regelmyer Esther Horn Elsie Hughes Mabel Adams Albe to do so. Parties who have a1 Newton Laverne Wortman ready identified themselves with Helen Cunningham May Conrad the movement will receive Souve and Lucy m. Mcclintock. There airs direct from the office the were three contests during the association through local afternoon. Committees. Anyone wishing to the first was a guessing con contribute to the Mckinley Mon test the prize a pretty cup and Ament fund can do so by calling Saucer going to Mildred Reigel prize. At five clock a two course luncheon was served by miss Mabel Holly and Inez Tribby. A Taffy pull was also enjoyed in the afternoon. Mis Marval received some very handsome presents among them being a very pretty Opal ring Given by the guests. The following Little girls responded to miss Dunn a invitation Goldie Hines Amber Beatty Kila King Eva Sass Mabel fill Man Ora striker Lucy Cruse Nellie Britton Julia Canfield Vera Kingsberry Octella Stoll Flossi Pickering Mabel James Alta Muller Gustia Curtland Kathryn Stoll Bertha Overmiller Esther Anderson Emma sea Bolt Constance Rigrish Bertha Fillman Anna Overmiller Ruth Goldnetz Tillie Bowlman Clara Smith Ruth Whetstone Edna Spohn Minnie Burtch Grace Thien Stella Eschenbacher and Alma James. At the Post office. Over. The second contest was a search for Beans that had been hidden in different parts the House at the g. A. R. Social at memorial Hall Friday evening k. V. Haymaker said in his speech that i the prize a handsome vase also Washington Lincoln and Mckin went to Mildred Riegelmyer she Ley As Well As other great men having found the most Beans were born in february. This is the third contest was drop . Haymakers forty seventh Ping peanuts into a vase. Abie Natal Day. He done to look Over Core was awarded the prize in my hair a i had a very severe sickness that took off All my hair. I purchased a bottle Ayers hair vigor and it brought All my hair Back w. Quinn Marseilles 111. One thing is certain a Ayers hair vigor makes the hair grow. This is because it is a hair food. It feeds the hair and the hair grows that Sall there is to it. It stops falling the hair too and always restores color to Gray hair. $1.00 a Boule. All druggists. If your druggist cannot Supply you Send us one Dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name your nearest express Othee. Address j. Ayer co. Lowell mass. Or. Chas. Davis and wife Napoleon spent Sud a Here with . And mrs. John Davis. Miss Luella Windsor who has been visiting Ella Brubaker has returned to her Home in Cecil. Marriage licences has been issued to the following persons John w. Berringer and Estella a. Mentley. Energy All gone headache stomach out order simply a Case torpid liver. Burdock Hood bitters will make a new Man woman you. Geo. Vav. Watkins and Joseph la oust have returned Home from a trip to the Southwest w Here hey have been looking after Imber lands. The comic Valentine got in its work in a Good Many quarters in this City saturday our Devil s Laving for some one with a n Bree Tine Harpoon. Live for those who love you. For those whose hearts Are fond and 1 True. I the Only Way to do this right j take Rocky Mountain Tea at night. Weisenburger amp Emery. Its a mistake to imagine that itching piles can to be cured a mistake to suffer a Day longer than Yon can help. Doans ointment brings instant Relief and permanent cure. At any drug store 50c. While Irvin Hartshorn and Charley Mcfeeters were cutting a Honey Locust tree Friday it turned the stump and both men were caught by the tree top. Hartshorn was in the City saturday and had his face All patched up. Parmer amp son the real estate hustlers sold John Wisdak a farm in South Richland 201 acres to James Decker Findlay a prominent farm and Oil Man. He is a father . Decker who bought the a. Bruner farm. Price paid $9800. Eighteen. The country is now in the throes a great sensation that grew out the discovery that thousands people who have been following the races have been robbed by a get Rich Quick companies which handled their Money. It is said there Are a number victims in this City. Some Days ago Gold Peter Cor Ressel tapped a sugar tree in the court House Yard and put Albuck it under the spout. That bucket disappeared Friday night. At an Early hour this morning a Man approached the tree and after filling the Hole with Coal Oil this contest a pretty vase. These contests took up the time the Young people during the afternoon and afforded much amusement. At 6 clock mrs. Moll served a substantial dinner to which the visitors did ample Justice. The table was decorated with vines while a heart shaped cake surrounded by ten burning tapers formed the Center piece. At each place was a Star shaped Valentine that bore the name some one the guests. A burning taper was placed in front the plate each guest and the effect was very pretty. The visitors presented the the members the Salmagundi club and their husbands held their annual six clock dinner at the Home mrs. And mrs. Peter Weigerding Jefferson Street saturday eyeing. Tillable was beautifully decorated with Pink carnations and asparagus ferns. The dinner was served in two courses by the misses Letha Engle and Rena Weigerding the following being the menu first course. Cream potatoes Pink Gelatin s cold Ham Brown and White bread hot Rolls Coffee pickles olives. Second course. Fruit Sherbert Angel and Devil s food cake Brick ice Cream. Set fire to it and then slipped hostess with Many pretty gifts away. Or. Corressel tapped an-1 an j when they departed for their Homes it was with the fond Hope other tree saturday and 19 bound to make some better come Home . Behringer that there would be Many Many returns the Day. And cold grab you May get plenty exercise and at the same time your stomach and bowels will get out fix. You wonder Why a a its easy. You eat a cold meal in the Middle the Day Wash it Down with hot Coffee cold Beer finishing off with a lot indigestible pastry and go Back to work. If you will take a dose . Caldwell s syrup pepsin every night it will unload your stomach and bowels and you will soon be Able to eat anything without suffering. W. E. Oswalt Ottumwa la., writes under Date april 1.1901 Quot i will take this Means to inform you the benefits i have received from using your syrup pepsin. I have been troubled for three years with my stomach in fact could hardly keep Down anything i could eat. And had spent Between Hoo and #200 with doctors without getting Relief. One Day i saw syrup pepsin advertised and As i had tried everything else i gave syrup pepsin a trial and after the first dose i could eat without nauseous feeling. I have recommended syrup pepsin to a number persons who used it with entire satisfaction. I will add that a Friend stated he would have been wining six months ago to part with a 400 acre farm for the Relief he has evening after dinner the spent in progressive Pedro . H. E. Myers receiving lady a prize a pretty vase was mrs. The and do you know that you get your Back if Money Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy rapid transit Defiance Schance for new line. Fails a fair offer. Most cases impure blood kidney and live trouble can be cured by Singon Portwo bottle. Cases that Are severe Long standing May require More. In order that you mar give this remedy a thorough trial and run no risk we make this Liberal offer. We give a written guarantee with every lot six bottles this great remedy. If it helps you it costs you 86.00, if the remedy fails it will Cost the every i if it help j.00, if the remedy f you nothing. We Trust to your honesty if you can. After using this remedy faithfully truthfully say that you Are not satisfied it will Cost you nothing. We can do no More it is free if it fails will you try it and get Well you do not risk a cent. Price. .$1.00 no Woodwford druggist. Marval Dunn was the pleasant Little hostess saturday afternoon to about thirty five her girl friends the occasion being the Celebration the 10th anniversary her birth. The Little folks spent the afternoon with music and games. In a Peanut contest Willie Curtland received the prize a piece statuary and Constance Rigrish received the Booby . H. E. Myers received the gentleman a prize. Mrs. F. S. Bowl by received the Booby prize prof. Reynolds and , Cleveland were the guests the evening. Miss Reba heat Ley saturday evening very delightfully entertained a number school teachers who had taught in our Public schools at the time she did at a six clock dinner. Misses Lena Woodward and Matte Dicus assisted the hostess in serving. The evening was spent in a guessing contest mrs. A. M. Minsel receiving the prize a very pretty Valentine. The following persons were present misses Laura Higgins Mary Hardy Kate culkins Kate Sheridan Marne Gleason Lyd Dunn Blanche Hall Grace Ensign mesdames Frank Weisenburger a. M. Minsel Carl Walters j. P. Cameron. Tour i von i sync Money Book it Benefit you pepsin sync co., Monticello ii for Sale by the Ideal pharmacy 325 Clinton St. Something that will do you Good. We know in no Way which we can be More service to our readers than to Tell them something that will be real Good to them. For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one the very Best remedies the Market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup. We refer to chamberlains cough remedy we have used it with such Good results in our family so Long that it has become a household necessity. By its prompt use we Haven to any doubt but that it has time and again prevented croup. The testimony is Given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have Small children always keep it in their Homes As a safeguard against 8. A Messen Ger. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. The social Given Friday evening at memorial Hall by the w. R. C., to commemorate the birthdays Mckinley Lincoln and Washington was a decided Success. The program was opened by singing a America a followed by an interesting Reading by . Beardsley. The Violet dance Given by twelve Little girls was very pretty and most gracefully rendered. The quartet composed messes Beardsley Ash Haymaker and Gleason rendered several selections and were most heartily applauded. Mrs. George Vav. Deatrick in her usual entertain manner gave a recitation and was compelled to respond to an encore. Miss Carrie caution favored the audience with a very pretty Solo entitled �?o0 8uminter a Short but Able address was Given by k. V. Haymaker commenting upon the life and works the three great presidents whose birthdays occur in february and accidentally mentioned that his also was in the same month. A recitation a old glory a was ably and neatly rendered by miss Bertha Dicus. The Drill and dance Given by to eight Small boys was one the most pleasing numbers the program and the Little lads deserve much Praise for the manner in which they rendered their parts. Ririe program was closed by a very pretty dance by the Little misses Behringer Baker and Beaty. The dining room was then thrown open and lunch consisting sandwiches pickles cake and Coffee was served by members the corps. The social was largely attended and the ladies were Well pleased with the proceeds netted. The Young people who took part in the dances the evening were As follows turks dance Burr Stevens Earl Humbert Chester Ensign Clarence Webb Lloyd Barr Joe Boyer Howard Webb Roland Miller May Behringer Irene Baker Amber Beatty. Violet dance a Jeanette wer theimer May Behringer Ella King Lydia Moll Mildred Krotz Amber Beatty Otella Stoll Kathryn Stoll Marvale Dunn Irene Baker Mary Royer Eva Sass. Hundreds lives saved every year by having . Thomas electric Oil in the House just when it is needed. Cures croup heals Burns cuts wounds every sort. The first National Bank this City is now a member the american Bankers association. This is one the strongest protective organizations in the world and has an unequalled record in running Down criminals. E. H. Miller who is Here her in the interest the Peoples rapid transit railway says they have All the right Way secured Between Napoleon and this City except along the lands c. P. Harley North this City. There is a fraction Over four acres that is needed and Miller says . Harley wants a stiff Price for it. He intimated that if an agree ment could not be reached they would have to condemn a right Way through the Harley lands. Or. Miller says he has contracted for a Large number ties Here and that the company is receiving Many ties at other Points along the line. The contract has been let for the construction seventeen Miles the Road out Toledo and . Miller says the work grading will be commenced Here just As soon As the weather opens. Sixty Pound steel rails will be used the line and will come from the Pittsburg Mills. An order has been placed for Twenty coaches and Miller says by next fall cars will be from Toledo to Defiance. When the Road is completed to Greenville sleeping car service will be inaugurated Between to Ledo and Cincinnati. From . Millers statement it would appear that there is no longer any question about the construction this Road. The old Reu Able running Castonia a Bear the Kiwi von have always 3ob� Fig Natare baking powder a sol u Tely pure there is no substitute match causes much trouble miss Clara Hill for women at the Vandenbroek skirt factory and her Kotlier who reside a Glaize Street East Defiance were badly burned Friday morning. The Mother got up in the morning and struck a match to note the time. A spark set fire to the lace curtain and then the bed clothing caught. The fire was finally put out but not until both ladies were terribly frightened and badly burned. There condition is not dangerous but they realize that they had a fire at their Home pumps glowing vitality into your body while you sleep. Develop muscular and nervous life. Restores youth Ful courage. That a what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Weisenburger amp Emery. S. J. Bowen and sons Glenn and Walter were called to St. Joe ind., Friday by the death mrs. Ada Lake sister mrs. Bowen. The funeral w ill occur saturday afternoon the american steel package co., has just booked a $1,000 order from the Christ Diehl brewing co., for Patent steel Beer cases. The company has been receiving Many other handsome orders. When Yon Lack Energy do not relish your food feel Dull and stupid after eating All you need is a dose chamberlains stomachs liver tablets. They will make you feel like a new Man and give you an appetite like a Bear t Sale by n. G. Woodward. W. H. Hutchinson who has spent several Days in Wauseon the past week says it seems to be the impression the people in that town that the rapid transit railway which has been completed and in service from Toledo to Wauseon is to be extended to Defiance. We Hope that is True. Wilber j. Hatfield and Kila j. Mccord were licensed to wed today. 1/ mrs. G. A. Armbruster who has been confined to the House for several Days with a severe cold is convalescent. Com Peter Corressel has tampon one the sugar Trees in the court House lot and has placed a bucket to catch the sap. Mike Feeney the umbrella mender who developed into a thief was taken to the Toledo workhouse today by sheriff John Mccarty. Jessie m. Fickle has filed a petition in probate court for divorce from Isaac w. Fickle. She alleges cruelty and desertion. F. Openlander for the plaintiff. Married by Rev. B. W. Slagle at the parsonage sunday morning february 15, . John w. Berringer and miss Stella a. Mentley both Defiance county. Just in time. Down in health and strength nervous irritable ache All Over a depressed condition rapidly changed. Or. Frank Hemlein 1023 Harrison St., Defiance o., says a a i am Able to say honestly that . A. Vav. Chases nerve pills i got at Woodward a drug store Are a Fine tonic. I needed such a Medicine As i was not up to the Mark in health strength and Energy. I found the Medicine had the Power to easily restore my natural condition vigor steadiness and general Well being. They made me All right again easily and . A. W. Chase s nerve pills Are sold at 50c a Box at dealers . A. Vav. Chase Medicine co., Buffalo n. Y. See that portrait and signature a. Vav. Chase m. D., Are every package. A i have used Chamberlain s cough remedy for a number years Aud have no hesitancy in saying that it is the Best remedy for coughs colds and croup i have Ever used in my family. I have not words to express my Confidence in this remedy mrs. .1. A. Moore North Star Mich. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always Bough bears the a nature Defiance College Defiance Ohio. Classical philosophical literary and Normal courses school in music Art election Commerce and theology. Re organized and competent teachers in All departments. Frederick g roman a Normal expert the National Normal College and Vale University has been placed at the head the teachers College. You get what you want at the smallest Cost. Total Cost living expenses $2.00 to $2.50 per week. Third Quarter opened Jan. 26th, fourth Quarter opens april 7. Write for information. P. W. Mcreynolds president

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