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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - February 19, 1903, Defiance, Ohio A or daily and weekly. Clift j. Thompson publish study the record. The Crescent news in discussing a ticket for this Spring says the democracy owe it to the people As Well As the party for Only by a Wise and economical administration can any party remain in control. Defiance has every appearance of renewed life industrially the coming year. Good government will contribute much to its permanent and continued Prosperity. The lessons of the past year will Bear Good fruit if we profit by experience. Sick As the people Are of partisan Contention and litigation it is not the part of Wisdom to assume that a Victory w ill Perch on the Banner of democracy regardless of the strength of the individual candidates on its ticket. If the Crescent news has the welfare of 4>he City at heart it will Point to the record of the present Council and demand that present conditions be continued. The lessons of the past year can be studied with great profit to every one interested in the Good of Defiance. The City has had very Little litigation and is Freer of partisanship than it has been during Twenty years of democratic Rule. The present Council has been doing something for the people it has consummated some things that the democratic party had promised to do for eight or ten years past. Southerton another fall of the Beautiful sunday or. Stevens passed through Here on his Way to Defiance monday mrs. Anna Myers who has been very sick is improving mrs. R. Alkire who has has been very sick is slowly improving. Will Noirot has the measles and has exposed the whole town of Rice mrs. S. Shirley a infant daughter is very sick at present Peter Noirot bought a farm of win. Jones recently consideration $8,500 Conrad Donges took a very Fine drove of cattle to Defiance Friday or. A. Dubois bought the farm of Geo. Spencer consideration $1150 a Load of Beer passed through on its Way to Continental Friday one of h. P. Millers sleds started out and got As far As Rice on the mud roads and Driver had to a phone Back to Headquarters to get Wagon to pull it Home mrs. P. Moon drove to Southerton Friday. Will Monk sold his property for $1900.Ray Kleinhenn teacher of bist. No. 8, had a half Holiday Friday. Fred Mentley was a guest at his Sisters wedding at Phillip Mentley a sunday Ellis Ford called on we. Dearie saturday miss Myrtle Mansfield was the guest of miss Jessie Schubert sunday. Jessie Hughes and Blaine Sanford visited the Mansfield school monday. Mrs. Max Wells and children and mrs. Ellis Ford called on mrs. Clias. Wells saturday mrs. Rettie Searle is suffering with a sprained ankle. Miss Jessie Schubert and Nellie Grant visited the Zimmerman school Friday afternoon l. W. Mansfield called on his sister America Welton sunday or. Buff Zimmerman drove to Defiance saturday Gail gilts visited his Grandfather a. Gilts. Several Days last week j. Bot Tani called on we. Searle and family sunday curly Thompson is digging a Well for Ira ice. Regular meeting of the City Council to the Peoples rapid transit company will ask for new franchise. The City Council met in regular session tuesday evening the following members being present Beardsley Bohannon Helmick Hooker tuttle�?5. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The following claim ordinance was read and adopted on motion of or. Bohannon a City clerk interest on ref unders a id $ 120 of City clerk ref unders a 1st 8 Bonds .21 and 22, $1,000 City clerk int. Ref unders �?T07�?$500 City clerk Clinton 5tli to Bridge Bond 19.$1,000 interest.$300 City clerk interest on Perry and and Deatrick Street Bonds. City clerk ref unders 4, Bonds 5 and 0$1,000 interest$575 City clerk ref unders �?T93, Bonds 21 and 22.$1,000 interest 600 City clerk int on ref unders of 1902 City clerk a a a 1901 City clerk a a \ 1900 City clerk a a a a 1899 Holgate ave. And 3rd Street Bonds 5 and 6.$1300 interest 234 1534 00 refunders�?T98,interest. 450 01 interest on ref unders �?T97 2d series. 562 50 $10,621 50 the clerk reported receipts of the december 1902, collection of Dow Law tax from auditor w. A. Snider which had been distributed As follows general fund.$1336 06 police fund. 1250 of 1500 of 1300 co 400 of 1575 of 1600 of 210 of 510 of 440 of 420 of general fund. Fire fund. Light fund. Police fund. 1$ 2578 2 1568 43 3378 17 608 24 8933 of Street fund., Clinton 5th to Williams St. Fund. 892 la Arabella and Wayne St fond. 269 27 Perry and Deatrick St fund. 1137 71 Holgate ave Anil 3rd St fund. 973 61 Public Library fund. 482 56 ref unders 1 fund. 482 56 a a a by a a. 1206 49 a a via a 1327 13 a a Kyj 1st series fund. 1206 49 a a �?T98 fund. 361 92 a a h9 a a. 361 92 a a 1900 a a. 482 56 a a 1901 a a. 723 84 water fund. 2412 98 Clinton 5th to Bridge fund. 1991 58 Hopkins Jefferson and 5th St fund. 466 68 East Hopkins Street fund. 407 12 $32,247 63 the presbyterian ladies de d0$soebkt at Law. Opened up their Bazaar tuesday evening with a Chicken supper and report it a financial Success Frank Sullenbarger of Colby Kansas is visiting Here. He has been absent far nearly Twenty years Frank Dalrymple was in Toledo sunday George Shepard returned Home sunday from new York having been absent a week. J. To. Haller ex-cot72fty . $2586 06 report accepted on motion of or. Helmick. The clerk reported the receipts of $32,247.63 from auditor w. A. Snider this amount being the first payment of funds for 1903, belonging to the City of Defiance. They were distributed As follows the report was accepted on motion of or. Bohannon. Representatives of the Peoples rapid transit railway co. Were present and asked the Council to fix an adjourned Day when a franchise taking in Clinton Street to monumental Park could be considered. They had expected to present an ordinance at this meeting but there had been a failure to procure the consent of All the property holders along the route. Or. Bohannon a motion that when Council adjourn it be until saturday night carried. The clerk then on request of or. Bohannon read a reformed ordinance that the railway people will ask the Council to pass. It differs very Little from the ordinance recently passed Only it asks the Council to allow the company to Cross the Maumee River Bridge with its tracks. Adjourned until saturday night. Sherwood miss Kerns of Defiance called on Osa Hanna while on her Way to Ney last saturday mrs. Fannie Johnson of Toledo visited her parents or. And mrs. Switzer last Friday and Satur Dah mrs. Graves has purchased the farm of p. J. Hosier. Consideration $4000 or. An mrs. Halsey of Yan Wert have moved to this place again or. Lindersmith reports a nine Pound boy at the Home of w. Ii. Miller. The k. Of p. Banquet last Friday night was a decided Success. There was a Large attendance Jacob Wentworth of Hicksville attended the in. Of p. Banquet and favored the audience with a few of his wonderful whistling solos mrs. Adeline Miller went to Auburn ind last monday to take treatment of or. Rock mrs. Z. H. Miller is on the sick list the fire boys have organized and the Home Talent dramatic company will give an entertainment in the near future for their Benefit. Real estate for Sale amp Exchange As business principals we do not favor inflated or padded prices that is to add to the owners Price an extortionate sum As agents commissions the owner by making such a contract with the agent makes it possible for the agent to hold up or defeat the Sale by the owner the purchaser in such a Case pays the Bill but spots the schemer when he discovers them. With our clients we require Plain agreements at fair prices and reasonable commissions. To our customers we offer honest negotiations at owner s figures and with our relations to other agents whether we have previously corresponded and arranged or not we will Divide our commissions on a fair basis provided purchaser is sent us with letters of introduction and Sale made d. E. Dozer 84 co., Defiance o. Farm lands. Established 185� to Lac first i National Bank Defiance Ohio capital $175,000.00 surplus $50,000.00 the oldest and strongest Bank in Northwestern Ohio. Transacts a general battling business absolute Security that in Mey deposited will remain subject to th9 command of the depositor the Kao Welge that Loans in Tho nature of discounts will be granted with the utmost liberality possible under sound banking and the Assurance that the Bink hts unequalled facilities for the prompt and proper transaction of such business As Only be entrusted to it these Are the factors that hive contributed to the Success of this Bank for the past forty three years. _ drafts letters of credit travellers checks and Bank Money orders available in All parts of tile world. Collections att3uded to with accuracy Aud dispatch. $100,-000.00 to loan on Good Security. Revival meetings will soon begin at the u. B. Church. Miss Gertrude Sanford is visiting her grandparents or. And mrs. H. Sanford in Defiance miss Nelllie Yan Skiver of Defiance is at present visiting her sister mrs. Georgia Mansfield Gale Wells is working at the stave factory at Southerton miss Mae Sanford spent sunday in Defiance the guest of miss Grace Kibble. Bryant and Alden Mansfield visited Charley Wells monday evening Abe gilts is on the sick list Max by Ells and Ellis Ford Are working in the Timber for b. A. And a. H. Mansfield h. H. Mansfield of Defiance visited his brother Walden several Days last week w. F. Mansfield bought a horse of or. Rigrish of Defiance several Days ago. South Highland miss Irene Harrell called on mrs. Emma Mansfield thursday Cassius Dresher went to Wood county thursday with his brother who was Here visiting his parents a few Days mrs Naomi Holtzel visited her daughter mrs Orange Mansfield saturday miss Anna Hahn was the guest of mrs. John Wiler . Peter Moon called on mrs. Charley Wells Friday Ferd Mansfield purchased a cow of parties in Defiance last week mrs. By. R. Mansfield and and son Hale Are having a tussle with Lagrippe this week. County line. Chas. Young and wife entertained or. And mrs. Peter Horning and Little Niece sunday. Mrs. Henry Ackrish has been sick for the past few7 w weeks or. Hilton of pleasant Bend is attending her miss Viola Brinkman spent sunday afternoon with miss Bettie Young John Steinglass and wife were in Defiance Friday f. Vav Hickman took a Load of Hay to Defiance thursday. A. Veraland wife and son visited his parents sunday Frank Rickman and Eliza Schatz were married at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. Henry Schatz tuesday of. W. Hickman wife and Mother visited mrs. Henry Racli Rish sunday Floyda Young and sister Bessie spent thursday in Defiance. Winter service our Winter Florida service was so successful last season that we have As ranged for the same service this season. Commencing Jan. 6, 1903, the c h amp d will operate a thorough sleeping car Toledo to Jacksonville and St. Augustine Fla. This car wiil leave Toledo every tuesday thursday and saturday at 2.22 pm at Cincinnati this car becomes part of the Florida special on the Queen amp Crescent composed of Pulman sleeping dining Library and observation cars Vestibule throughout. We will take pleasure in quoting you special reduced rates on round trip tickets to any Winter tourist Point in the South. Florida Nassau Cuba new Orleans Texas and Mexica. For detailed information reservations of berths illustrated books on Winter resorts or any information you May wish Call on or write to any agent j. Cory Winans Ota. It. Wayne id. W 6 216 North Richland Wesley Smith the Boss Carpenter built a boat for to Rose last Clemens of the North Ridge was Down to the dam fishing thursday miss Mabel Booth of Defiance was the guest of Ella Minsel for a few Days revival meetings Are in Progress at the m. E. Church Rev Roberts pastor. As preached sunday morning. Miss Williams of Adams township is visiting mrs. Bert Minse mrs. J As. Wilson visited in Defiance last wee John Spangler delivered some Fine cattle to Fil Krotz Clara Minsel is visiting in Sherwood l. J. Whitney who has been sick is some Bettee the Board of education met monday de Carver was out in his Sleigh monday. Mark Center Chas. Haver wife and daughter spent saturday and sunday Here returning to their Home in Hicksville monday evening. Burton Hull of Hicksville was in town monday mrs. W. M. Lovejoy7 Aud daughters returned Home Friday from a Lehbold. Mrs. O. W. Hill and daughters accompanied them for a w Eek a visit Ollie elder spent sunday in Hicksville the guest of her sister mrs. Burton Hull mrs. Walter Joice returned to her Home at Stryker monday after a weeks visit with f. W. Heater and wife Gold in Lovejoy Nina Hill and Ruby Yoss spent sunday in Hicksville with their grandparents Wilson Hill and wife Frank Haver was in Sherwood monday. The markets. Germany Tiffin John Miller purchased a horse last week Earl newcomer and Yirgil Wise of Bryan visited j. P. Alshouse sunday s. F. Stock purchased a cow of j. O. Christy last w Eek John Arnos and wife visited Here sunday evening miss Mable Sawyers of Butler ind., is visiting Dora and Hattie Alshouse this week. G. W. Burke and family will leave for their Home in North Dakota this week Emma Keller Mier visited mrs. J. P. Alshouse . J. Christy had a Nice lot of Wood buzzed last w Eek s. F. Stock purchased a 40 acre farm of j. W Linebrink. He expects to move in the near future. J. W. Will move on the Home Vanwagner is papa again. Lyndes shoe store i a a to get ready for a great amount of Spring goods expected soon we will Cut stuff nearly into will make you prices that you can to find elsewhere. If you will take Quality in consideration As Well we will give you the very Best of Quality for the to West Cash Price. Examine and be convinced. The shoe Man Hicksville the weather Man miscalculated in the affairs of the past week reports have come to the friends of Jake Frey Here that he is getting along nicely now from the injuries sustained at Shelby at a meeting last wednesday a committee of twelve Farmers was selected to canvass this Vicinity and learn from the Farmers what Effort they would put Forth to support a Creamery Here the Ster Optican show at the opera House tuesday evening was not a financial Success Fred Henning has succeeded Julius Weber in the Rool room business Chas. W. Miller was in Defiance thursday l. E. Griffin and w. T. Culler were in Defiance thursday. Vernon Haller of Farmer township was in Defiance monday. Information has reached Here to the effect that l. D. Arnold has suffered a stroke of paralysis which has effected his right Side. D. B. Hilbert of Lewiston Idaho dropped now to upon us Friday for a two weeks visit. Hazel Ryan is visiting her sister mrs. Miller in Washington d. C. Or. Miller is private Secretary of Hon. Judge Snook of Paulding financial. New York feb. 17.�?money�?on Call 2%@3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 4% Roper cent. Sterling Exchange steady at $4.87% for demand. A government Bonds steady. Grain. Provisions and live Stock. Flour Minnesota Patent $4.10@4.25. Wheat . 2 red <81 a. Corny . 2 at 60c. Oaks . 2 at 43%c. Hay quiet. Peeves steers $4.35@5.30. Veals $5.00 5 9.50. Sheep steady at $3.25 55.35, lambs $5.60 57.00. Hogs state hogs $7.35 57.40. Cleveland feb. 17.�?flour a Winter wheat patents $3.75 53.90. Wheat . 2 red 77%c. Corny a . 2 yellow 49c. Oats . 3 White 39c. Butter be to Creamery 26c. Cheese York state 14%c. Eggs strictly fresh 17c. Potatoes Best grades 65 570c. A cattle a Choice steers $4.40 54.85, calves $7.75 58.50. Sheep a Best Wethers $4.50 54.75. Best lambs $6.25 56.50. Hogs yorkers $7.20. No. 902. A 54-acre farm�?40 Clear routing surface Sandy Loam Frame House and barn Good water Rural free delivery for farm sex at change. �?o.$1800 . 904. An improved 40-acre farm Black and Brown Sandy Loam All cultivated Good Orchard fair Frame Bouse and Granery Good drainage wire rail and hedge fences on mail route mile to graded school and 7 Miles to City.$4000 . 907. 40 acres�?36 improved natural drainage 7-room Frame residence Frame barn 38x48 Good Granery Young Orchard school near churches in eight$2300 . 914. 50 acres Well located new Frame House nine rooms variety of fruit Well fenced 5 Miles fromcity.$2500 . 916. 80 acres in padding county 60 improved i mile from r. R. Station fair buildings soil is Fine Corn land$4800 . 917. 76 acres in same county one mile from r. R. Junction All improved neat cottage House Sycamore soil$4300 . 918. 250 acres Timber and farming in Kentucky the Timber is Worth the Price the land is Good.$1500 . 920. 560 acres land in Wisconsin some Timber$4500 . 921. 40 acres improved Good soil Large House and other improvements along forty. $2800 . 931. 30 acres cleared deep Elm soil Small dwelling would Exchange on larger farm. $1600 . 934. 720 acres in Michigan at Wisconsin line level very Fertile would make a magnificent farm i mile from a great Waterpower near r. R. Good roads school Short distance one third Cash balance one time.$12.50 per acre . 935. 80 acres improved level Sandy Loam and Clay soil it is very convenient to the City cottage residence is principal building$4000 % . 937. 80 acres on Good Pike 3 Miles to town Fine buildings Square residence 8 rooms and cellar hip roof barn new farm level and very Fertile Well improved thoroughly and scientifically tiled not a foot of waste land from the Back line Fence wire to the Wagon track Oil the front Pike Blind tile drains at Side of Highway Road fences the Wagon and Binder can turn or enter Field an y place buildings Cost $4000 All the work done ready of r farming one mile to graded school Good water fruit and ornamental Trees. $10,000 . 938. A farm of 104 acres�?90 acres cultivated balance Timber pasture and Stream a variety of soil Good building 7-room 2-Story Frame House 40x60 Frame barn and cow shed drove Well wind pump and Good water fair Orchard 3% Miles from town on Good Road % mile from p. >., store and la. R. Station if not sold soon the expense of new wire Fence placed must be added to Price $4500 . 942. Too acres improved and cleared�?20 acres Small Timber Clay Loam and some Black Clay 2-Story Frame house�?5 rooms and cellar under House 38x40 barn new Orchard too peach i year old 50 Apple mostly bearing 14x16 Granery Church on Corner would Exchange for 40 or 60 acres.$4800 . 4661. Report of the condition a of the first National Bank Defiance in tile state of Ohio at the clone of business feb. 6th, 1003. 11.838 59 175.uu0 to 3.455 65 3.800 of 38,458 la resources. Loans and discounts. $443,302 41 overdrafts secured and unsecured. U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. Premiums on u. S Bonds. Banking House furniture and fixtures. Other real estate owned. Due from National banns not Reserve agents $13,859 89 due from state Banks and Bankers. 1,034 12 due from approved Reserve agents. 14,185 02 checks and other Cash items. 2,900 65 notes of other National Banks. 2.080 of fractional paper currency Nickels and cents. Lawful Money Reserve Bank. Viz 265 45 in specie. $26,645 of Legal tender notes 15,000 of redemption fund with 5 per cent of circulation. 15,970 13 8.750 of total.$765,574 89 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in. $175,000 of surplus fund. 40,000 00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid. 11,160 38 National Bank notes outstanding 175.000 of due toothed National Banks. 1.966 04 due to approved Reserve agents 1,059 58 dividends unpaid. 66 of individual deposits subject to Check 233,517 14 demand certificates of Deposit. 127,805 75361,322 89 real estate co. Main office Surrey North Dako. A. Buy and sell and make Loans on improved lands excellent los for Sale in West half of Surrey Tow site. For further information address me a. Defiance Ohio. Geo. W. Burke. No. 2516. Report of the condition total. $765,574 e9 state of Ohio county of Defiance is. I. Virgil Squire cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Or roil Squire. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th Day of february 1903. Robert Newbegin. Notary Public. Corrects attest Edward Squire i h b Tenzer directors. A Ferguson i of the merchants National Bank at Defiance in Che St the of Ohio at the close of business feb. Orb 1903. Resources. Loans Aud discounts. $194,191 34 overdrafts secured and unsecured 5.c43 75 u. A Bonds to secure circulation. 25.000 of premiums on u. S. Bonds. 1,000 of stocks Secu Illies Etc. 8,000 00 banking House furniture and fixtures 4.085 of other real estate owned. 8,910 16 due from National Banks not Reserve agents. 6,398 30 due from state Hanks and Bankers to too of due from approved Reserve agents 34 too to exchanges for Clearing House. Loco 93 notes of other National Banks. 350 of fractional paper currency Nickels and cents. 29 44 lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz 9,840 of Legal tender notes. 3,000 of 12.849 of redemption fund with u. 8, treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1,250 of total. $312,849 02 liabilities capital Stock paid in$100/00 on surplus Lund. Sootoo undivided profits less expenses Aud taxes paid. 4,413 11 National Bauk notes outstanding 2o.t00 00 individual deposits subject to check.$113,577 54 demand certificates of Deposit. 69.358 37�?182.935 91 tue markets pries raid for farm Loci dealers corrected daily by potatoes Rcw per by. Lard per la. Beans per by. Butter per la. Eggs per dozen. Corrected daily by we. Martin. 40la. 2 of 1615 Defiance company. 743145 go Owen. La of by a Chicago feb. 17.�?�?~wheat a May 77%c. Corny february 42%c. Oats a february 34 a. Pork May $17.35. Lard february $9.70. Cattle Good to prime steers $4.40 3 5.50, poor to medium $3.00@4.25. Hogs a Choice heavy $7.10@7.30. Light $6.45 30.70. Sheep Choice Wethers $4.75@5.35, lambs $4.75@6.60. Toledo feb. 17.�?wheat�?Cash 78c. Corny february 46%c. Oats february 38c. Clover seed january $7.00. East Liberty feb. 17.�?cattle Choice steers $5.15 35.25, Good $4.60 5 4.85. Quot hogs prime heavy $7.35, pigs $7.05. Sheep Best Wethers $5.70 5 5.25, Choice lambs $6.50 36.65. East Buffalo feb. 17.�?cattle�? prime steers $5.00 35.25, Best Veals $9.50 310.00. A hogs heavy $7.35 37.40, pigs $7.40 @7.45. Sheep top lambs t$6.80@6.90, sheep top mixed $4.75@5.0q. Reliable of. 943. 159% acres All clears but 40 acres in Timber White Burr pm Black Ash soft Maple Basswood about 4,000 tile on ground besides a lot of 10-Inch tile Laid 2-Story House sided and coiled and an addition 14x38 cellar under Kitchen Corn crib Gran Era Bank barn 3gx50, slate roof 18 it posts new i mile to p. O. Store and la. R. 2 protestant churches % mile Catholic Church 3 Miles.u.$7000 . 944. 40 acres improved i % mile from City House and and fruit school House by Corner. $2200 milling wheat per by. Gats. Corn shelled. Corrected daily Hay . I Par ton. Wheat new. Oats Der by. Corn old. Corrected daily by the in p. Miller cd. I hides Green per la. Oak i hides salted per la. A a half hides per la. Spring chickens per la. Ducks per la. Geese per la. Turkeys per la. Egg per Doz. C in Recti daily Byg w. Barber. Beef per lha live market.3 25 to 400 hogs per Hundred la. $5 75 hogs dress 7 50 to$8.00 lambs per Hundred lb4 50 5 of lard per la. To Bam chickens old. 08 Young chickens.84 obituary. A Good guarantee with every watch purchased is essential and just what is Given Here. We have Only reliable goods and make Good any defects. We do not Only Promise this but practice it As Well. A. X. Weisen Burger amp co., jewellers amp opticians 313 Clinton Street. City property. No. 940. Brick House in Deshler. O. To rooms and 2 lots House has Ceiler and porch Exchange considered a Fine property$180 0 . 941. Good Frame House in Deshler Ohio to rooms i lot 50x 200 Exchange considered$1500 . 947. Hotel in business town of 600 population on r. business would Exchange on farm rent will make a Good investment. $3000 . 946. 7 acres 6 room House cellar filtered Cistern Well Gran Ery Corn crib buggy shed pig pen summer and out House Apple j peach and Pear Trees and Small fruit in City limits More land adjoining can be purchased part Cash balance on time$1150 933. A Large two tory House Twenty rooms and veranda and 15 acres of land with a Large barn 40 stalls a Mineral Well 1200 feet deep. This property is located within convenient distance to two railroads and a Choice location where the River and country scenery is the most picturesque and the Grove on the land makes it a capital investment As a summer Home or recreation Park. Will Exchange on a farm.$5500. J . 932. A hotel 15 rooms and basement with Furnace in Good location condition and business and 16 acres of land$4000 Exchange for a farm. No. 930. Brick dwelling and half Ocre of land Small barn and Good water.$500 . 929. Two Story Frame business place and lot on Principa Street Well located.$4000 . 9281 a 12h engine traction saw Mill separator Clove Huller in Good order would sell or Trade on farm.$1500 . 927. Three lots and 5 roomed cottage barn shop and fruit on interurban line Nice situation.$1050 . 919. Residence and store building on avenue$1400 five acres adjoining City Good land at$375 eight room residence East Side$1500 residence and four lots and barn$1800 residence and lot$500 Dale Slough youngest son of or. And mrs. Vyrn. Slough was born sept. 17, 1899 and died feb. 15, 1903, at Defiance aged 3 years 4 months and 28 Days the remains w Ere Laid to rest in the Sherwood cemetery. Dear Dale thou Art gone before us to a Laud of peace and rest and in the grand eternal chorus thou Art singing with the Blest. By and by Well meet thee there where partings come never and in that land of Light so fair Well drink of life s pure River. The Chicago amp Northwestern is the Only double track railway Between Chicago and the Missouri River. Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis four daily trains via the Chicago amp of Western Ray. No. 913. No. 912, . 911. No. 909. No. 908. No. 901. A too it it of Ltd it too Ltd fresh bread and cakes daily Browne a $ bakery i a too it xxx it oooo it total 312,849 02 state of Ohio a Cou it to of Defiance s i e. P. Hooker cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. A p. Hooker cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th Day of february 1903. K. V. Haymaker. Notary Public. Corrects attest r. G. Holgate. I r. T. Whitaker. Directors. C. P. Harley. Hundreds of lives saved every year by having or. Thomas electric Oil in the House just when it is needed. Cures croup heals Burns cuts wounds of every sort. Legal notice. Jennette by via it and Charles Swygart whose address is station i los , and Harvey , whose address is 385 17th ave., Milwaukee wis., will take notice that on the 3rd Day of february. 903, Josephine Gilmore filed her petition in the court of common pleas of Defiance for the partition of the following lands to wit the Al 2 of the nw4 of Section 21, t 5 n., r 3, a in Washington township Defiance county Ohio save and except so much of said tract As is now used for a right of Way by the Cincinnati Northern Railroad and also excepting one half an acre a part of said tract now occupied by the Ney Canning company also excepting two acres in the Northeast part of said tract heretofore sold by George Beecher Aud wife to Henry Freese and George Myers and praying for an accounting of the rents and prot tit and an accounting of advancements received by the heirs of Nathan Hartshorn. Each of the above named Are defendants in said action and Are required to answer therein on or before the 28th Day of March 1903,or the averments of said petition will be taken As True. Josephine Gilmore plaintiff. By Boothman amp newcomer her attorneys. <>6t a you men in the shop Back of the counter teaching the school blowing the farm. Done to forget this the limited business Means limited opportunities. We have a chante for some of you who wiil work hard to build yourself into a responsible position at Large salary. To men of character with references who can give surety Bond we wiil pay guaranteed salary and commission to take orders for our Art portraits. We will prepare you by a series of careful lessons business building is the shortest Road to business Success. Sixty Days honest persistent work will give you a Crew manage ship. Address Fred Border Marion Indiana. Boid Ger. Chef ago Art company. There a reflection so \ Dainty Light so charming As the Mellow glow that comes from Cordova Wax canines prepared in Many color tints to harmonize with surroundings in dining room drawing room bed room or Hall. Sold a very wheres made by Standard Oil co. Residence and lot$1200 residence and lot sell or Trade on farm.$550 . 936. Residence and lot 7 rooms closets woodshed cellar Cistern Well fruit near principal factory East Side.$700 a tools one Way colonists rates to the West and Northwest via Detroit Louthern r. R. Tickets on Sale daily february 15 1903, to april 3$ 1903, to Points in Montana Idaho. W Ashington Oregon Brit so Colombia California and Arizona at greatly reduced rates. For full information apply to any Detroit Southern ticket agent or write Geo m Henry general passenger agent Detroit Mich. Low Kates to colonists. To Points in West Northwest South and Southwest by Way of the Nickel plate Road. Get full particulars from nearest agent or address a astern spa it. Wayne ind the Overland limited solid train Chicago to the coast daily. Chicago Union Pacific amp Northwestern line. Axes chains Cross Cut saws cant Hooks Etc. W. A. Lieh Nast co

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