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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - January 1, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance is a City of the second Grade population to rap i ply situated at the Confluence up the a Glaize and Maumee Rivers. O �0 republicanism unquestioned a family newspaper 0mhow0000-k0�,yw-k00 and tile Best advertising medium 00�-�o0000 �000the heart of the great Maumee Valley , Ohio thursday january i 1903. No. 4 famous Turkeyfoot Rock Given position will Mark place where War chief Mesa a fell in Battle. The Maumee Valley Pioneer and historical society is approaching the completion of its plans for the proper preservation and marking of famed Turkey foot Rock on the Battlefield of fallen timbers. The plans contemplate not Only this but the erection of other markers to More fully delimit the actual held of conflict in the Battle which broke the Indian Power in Ohio and checked British schemes to obtain control of the Northwest territory. A Large Concrete foundation has been built by the Side of the Stone Road just where it begins the ascent of Presque Hill and on the very spot As near As it can be located where the famed Lime-1 Stone Boulder Lay at the time of the Battle and the death of the Indian chief from whom it takes its name. The Rock has already been placed thereon. The owner of the land or. D. F. Cook has Given a plot of ground ample for the purpose. The Rock will be surrounded on the Side away from the Road by a semicircular Iron railing 40 feet in diameter. The front facing the Road will be open and a retaining Wall of dressed Stone 45 feet in length will be built so that Turkeyfoot Rock and its foundation will be protected from any danger through wearing away of Earth by the elements. A Bronze Tablet is to be placed on the front telling the visitor the history of the Rock. The Fol lowing inscription has been pre pared and will probably he adopted Turkeyfoot Rock. A around this Rock while occupying its original position near this spot the indians took their last stand before the army of general Anthony Wayne at the Bat tie of fallen timbers on the 20th of August 1794. After the Indian forces were slain and scattered their chief Mesa a the Turkey stood beside the Rock fighting alone until his strength was so exhausted by the loss of blood that he Sank with his body resting upon it and there breathed his last. A was on the Stone his body Lay. Chanting his last breath away his still unconquered spirit flew to mix in untried scenes a a yet at the foot of red Presque Isle Brave Mesa a is warring it is placed in this position by the Maumee Valley Pioneer and historical association to Mark the Battlefield of fallen timbers Whereon general Anthony Wayne Defeated the indians Aud made sure the acquisition of the Northwest territory to the United it is to be hoped that any statement that is finally place d in enduring Bronze on this Monument will be fully verified. There Are some of those in the above which Are still matters of controversy among the historians of this Section. It is also intended to place a Marker with a suitable inscription at the Point at which the Battle of fallen timbers began so far As it is possible to locate it with accuracy. A similar Marker is to be placed on the site of fort Deposit where Gen. Wayne left his supplies before moving in Force upon the Allied tribes at fallen timbers. The Sulphur Spring at the foot of Presque Isle Hill some 200 feet up the Maumee above Turkeyfoot Rock is in danger of being covered Over by the in pavements made in that locality. It is proposed by the Pioneer society to conduct its Waters by piping to a Point some 50 feet North of the end of the retaining Wall in front of the Rock and there place a drinking Fountain and watering trough for horses. The next meeting of Neer association will be the old court House in on february 22, next time the final arrangements will be made and a concerted movement set on foot for the preservation and marking of other historic Sites in the War swept Valle v of the Maumee. William a. Wright and miss Nina Zoe Morris were quietly married wednesday evening by Rev. A. B. Murphy at his Home. The Bride is a Bright Young woman Well known in Defiance and Vicinity where she has resided most of her life. Or. Wright is a Young Man of Promise. He holds a position with the Defiance wholesale grocery co., and is Leader of the Monticello orchestra. They will make their Home at 409 East second Street. The Pio held at Maumee at that miss Ruey Mckinney a popular Young lady of this City was married to or. N. Mckinney of Carmargo ii Christmas Day in Windsor Canada by Rev. A. Brown of that place. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Mckinney and the late or. A. Mckinney and is a highly esteemed Young lady and has a Host of friends in the City who wish her a longhand Happy life. Or. And mrs. Mckinney left this afternoon for Carmargo iii., where they will visit for a few weeks with the doctors relatives and they will then leave for their Home in Peoria 111., where he has a cozy Home ready for his Bride. Putnam Fadeless dyes do not stain the hands or spot the Kettle. Multi by e. N. Lewis. Auton Wiemken of Adams township is in a critical condition from cancer of the stomach. Or. And mrs. W. G. Bishop of Toledo Are spending the holidays with James Haller and fam a e. P. Foreman and daughters e8b� Sarah and Bess of Chicago 111., w Are the guests of his brother inlaw Billie Myers. A. J. I use expects to leave for the South in a few Days. He wants to visit the battlefields he passed Over during the civil War. A very pretty wedding occurred at the Home of or. And mrs. Aaron nicely six Miles South of Defiance on Christmas eve at 6 of clock when their second daughter miss Mary was United in marriage to l. Burchard Mccol Lister of Defiance township. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. S. Culp of Ayersville. The Bride was attired in a Beautiful White mouse line de some White. The Home was decorated with Holly and Evergreen. Mrs. Arthur Eitnier played the wedding March. An elegant wedding sup per was served. The Bride Ana Groom were recipients of Many useful and valuable presents. The following were invited guests y. H. Nicely and wife of pleasant Lake ind miss Fanny Mccollister of Gibsonburg misses Mccollister Aud Alice spoiler mrs. John Mccollister Locke Mccollister and wife c. S. Mccollister wife and son How Ard Arthur Eitnier and wife Geo Brown and wife Henry link and wife Clarence link and wife and Charles Shock. Story reads like that of capt Kidd tells How Catholic cathedrals were looted during a War. Warren j. Baker at Toledo has for the first time made Public the secret history of the looting of Catholic cathedrals during the mexican War tells How it was done and the burial of the treasure. His Tongue was loosened by a newspaper dispatch from Mexico City telling of the discovery of a Chest of diamonds sapphires rubies pearls and Golden images beneath the Flagstone in the Chapel of Las Voz Cainas College in Mexico City. Or. Bakery a Story rivals the mythical tales of Captain Kidd. He says that his father marched from Vera Cruz to Mexico City with general Scott a army during the mexican War. He and a tent mate after plotting for weeks dug their Way into some of the richest cathedrals and pillaged them of their fabulous wealth of All sorts of valuable stones and huge Golden images. For hours they looted carrying their burdens of precious stones to a hiding place beneath the Flagstone in a Cathedral Yard. Shortly afterwards bakery a companion died Baker returned to his Home in new York and then went to Hillsdale. Mich. Fifteen years after plundering the cathedrals he confided his Story to an intimate Friend. The Friend wrote to the mexican government asking a if there would be any Chance of a division of the spoils a if he should Tell the government where it could find the sacred and valuable alter decorations that had been stolen. In a letter bearing the official Seal the Hillsdale Man received warning that if he knew of anyone who had a hand in the notorious pillaging or if he himself participated in it he would do Well to forget All he knew about to and keep quiet lest his life be sacrificed in revenge for the desecration of the cathedrals. Baker took the advice but still intended to secure the treasure he had buried. No Idle boast a when we say that we cure nine out of ten cases of Billiou mss tired feeling constipation impure blood kidney trouble liver trouble gloomy feeling further that the tenth Case will be benefited More by the use of this remedy than any other. Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy is the result of years of experience in the special treatment of these troubles. It cures because it goes to the foundation of the trouble. It regulates the liver and it strengthens the kidneys. Tones up the stomach and the whole system so that the impurities can be carried away and the blood left clean and the body Strong. Nine out of ten case8 Are cured by the use of from one to five bottles. Message from the sunday school world great Field being opened up in the South by notable workers. Hair Falls a a i tried Ayers hair vigor to Stop my hair from falling. One half a bottle cured j. Baxter Braidwood 111. Ayers hair vigor is certainly the most economical preparation of its kind on the Market. A Little of it goes a Long Way. It does no to take much of it to Stop falling of the hair make the hair grow and restore color to Gray hair. a bottle. 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 Barest express office. J. Ayer co., Lowell mass address vim. Bauman of Highland township bought the John Troutwine property saturday at sheriffs Sale. The Price paid was $610. Mrs. Vav. A. Partee who has been visiting her parents or. And mrs. Herman leaders returned to Lier Home in Angola id monday miss Lizzie Thorne who has been the guest of miss Mae Blanchard for the past few Days returned to her Home in new Bavaria monday. Ron in is out the hollow places smooths out lines that creep about one s Mer woos roses Back to faded Cheeks. That a what Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35c. For Sale Weisenburger amp Emery. Mrs. Ii. E. Winkler caught her right hand while putting a stick of Wood in a stove monday and the member was severely burned. The Wood stuck in thedoor and that held the lady a hand. John Donnelly was before Justice c. H. Hunter monday and wanted a warrant issued for Burt Stailey of Ney. He claims that Stailey pulled a revolver on him at Ney Friday night last and threatened to kill him. It is reported that Bryan has Twenty cases of smallpox. There Are Many conflict ing stories about the disease and persons afflicted but it comes on pretty Good authority that there Are Twenty cases in the town. The following program was rendered in the Foster school wednesday evening dec. 24. Miss Maud Lacy teacher Salu Atory Mildred Gherke. Rec., a twas night before Xmas a Ethel Robinson dialogue fashionable dissipation Mabel and Ella Miller. Rec., when Santa Claus comes Flossie Carpenter. Song Xmas Bells class of girls. Reo., How Xmas came to poorhouse a Hazel Millikan. Rec., Santa Claus is coming Claude Carpenter. Song put my Little shoes away a Anna Karnes. Rec., old Santa clause Hazel Mansfield. Rec., what dec. Says Emma Williamson. Dialogue Rainbow seven pupils. Rec., Davy a Promise Mabel Miller. Rec., Xmas greeting Samuel Longsmith. Song never alone class of girls. Rec., baby a Xmas Anna Karnes. Rec., Benny a request Ella Miller. Rec., nobody else Inez Millikan. Rec., Annie and willies Xmas a Lulu Karnes. Dialogue Cross joke on Timbo a three pupils. Rec., when Christ was born Rosa Ober Miller. Rec., on Xmas even Nellie Fredericks. Rec., on Xmas Day Nellie Mansfield. Music Samuel Longsmith and Nellie Obe Millier. Rec., courting Mary Xmas eve a Hazel Millikan. Song we Are Bells eight girls. Rec., address to Santa Lucy Mckels. Dialogue gypsies Rosa add Willie Ober Miller. Rec. Xmas Carol Flora Millikan. Rec., two Xmas Belle Karnes. Drill number of pupils dialogue watches a Belle and Anna Karnes. Rec., Xmas Ray Karnes. Song Xmas Bells class of girls. Dialogue streets of n. pupils. Valedictory Hazel Millikan. At the close of the program or. And mrs. Santa Claus called and distributed Candy and Popcorn to the Little ones. Miss Lacy received a number of Beautiful . Woodward the coloured International Field worker. In the Southern states there Are More coloured than White inhabitants. The Only coloured Man in All the Southern states giving his time to sunday school work among the coloured people was l. B. Maxwell deceased. A committee of International workers met at Atlantic to choose two men to work under the direction of fhe International association. From Nineteen Choice names prof. G. G. Marcus of Memphis tenn., and or. James e. Shepard of Durham n. C., were chosen. These gentlemen were Brilliant scholars and speakers of Noble character and wide reputation but they were unacquainted with the organized sunday school work. How should they be trained Why Send them to Ohio of course they have been travel ing with the tour part. We have found them Earnest True but i w ant to give you a bit of advice. Never kick ahoy for you never know what he will be. These men Are now in the South land As full of determination As they Are of new methods of work. Will your prayer go with them. We All Learned to love them probably it was because Jesus loved them and they love him. J they said they would never falter if they knew the people of i Ohio were praying for them. F. D. Goller. New year s greeting. It is with glad glad and Hope fill heart and right Hearty do we i bid All god Speed and wish one and All a Happy new year. How swiftly the years Are gliding by. Still Many of us have As Good prospects for living another year As we Ever had. But a year in t much it Isnit Long. Then let us try and make the very Best of it for it May Only be a half year after All. Of if we could Only do As Well As we Flossie Moisant and Wilhelmina Osborn maid of Honor miss Ruth Clarkson of Burlington la., the Bride Ushers t. B. Johnson and h. S. Shelly of Defiance Harry Spencer Welton Durham. W. Guy Kirtley of Defiance Best Man with the Groom. Howard Brown acted As master of ceremonies. The bridal party was met in the Bay window of the parlor by or. Phillips and the ceremony w As performed according to the ritual of the episcopal Church. Prior to the appearance of the wedding procession mrs. H. H. Wheeler Sang a Solo and miss Houghton played the wedding March As the ceremony was about to begin. The Bride was attired in crepe de Chine Over White silk trimmed with real lace and pearls. The remainder of the ladies were attired in White. The decorations throughout the House were of Holly and carnations. After the ceremony Light refreshments were served and the Young couple then left for the East in the private car of assistant superintendent Houghton. They will spend a portion of their trip in the East 1 and the remainder in the South gifts from her pupils. A Large after january 16 they will be at crowd attended and a delightful j Home at the residence of the time was had by All. School brides Mother at 243 in Liana druggist. Samuel Rice of Fulton county and Wilhelmina Dannenberg of Adams township were licensed to wed saturday. With a Healths stomach i the picture will Suggett a enjoyable dinner. But perhaps you have dyspepsia indigestion oar some stomach disorder that will Thanes your Point of View. If your stomach is wrong everything will seem and look wrong. A bottle of or. Caldwell s laxative syrup pepsin will make your stomach rights you la enjoy your meals. If you have chronic constipation or any form of stomach or Bowel trouble or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin is guaranteed to effect a permanent cure. Ali druggists soc and 09,00 Bott my write for free Sample bottle and is interesting Book a a the Story of a travelling Man. Pepsi Steup Compart nautical i. Closed for a vacation beginning monday Jan. 5th, 19q3. The Kankakee 111., daily Gazette of de a. 26th, bad the following account of the Carter Knight wedding which occurred Christmas eve the marriage of William Houghton Carter and miss Helen Knight was celebrated Christmas eve at the Home of the brides Mother mrs. Elizabeth Knight at 7 30 of clock. The bridal party consisted of four ribbon bearers misses Mabel Knight Belle Houghton Pauline Bray ton and Bebee Carter bridesmaids misses Elise Fraser of Marion ind., Edith Laparle coughs and colds in children a Good Congh Medicine from the Gazette Toowoomba Australia i i find chamberlains cough remedy is an excellent Medicine. I have Quot been suffering from a severe cough for tile last two months and it has effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recommending . Wock Ner. This the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily Given in Good Faith that others May try the remedy and be benefited As was or. Wock Ner. This remedy is sold by n. G. Woodward. Avenue. Or. Carter is a Young Man of unusual ability in his profession and is rapidly and vane ing in Railroad circles. Miss Knight was born in Kankakee and is known to a Large Circle of friends for her personal attractiveness and accomplishments. The guests comprised a Large company and there were a number from out of town relatives and friends of both the Bride and Groom. The presents were unusually numerous and Beautiful. Conspicuous among them besides a Check for $1,000 from , was a Chest of Silver from or. And mrs mayors court the House of mrs. Mollie Noff Singer on Wayne Street was raided sunday night. In mayor s court today mrs. Mollie Noff Singer was fined $25 and costs and secured the amount for keeping a a bad b. Brown and Jim Kingsley each paid $8.60, they being caught in the House. Sadie Lambert and Maggie Noffsinger inmates were fined $8.60 each. Two unknown men Are yet to appear. Robert Williams who stole a coat from John Dele bar Christmas night was bound Over to probate court this afternoon by the mayor in the sum of $75. He was sent to jail. Williams was arrested by officer Shea last thursday As a drunk and that led to his detection As a thief. J. W. Miller the Man who secured $2.50 from Rev. Karl Spannuth the other Day under false pretences had a hearing before mayor Evans today. He was bound Over to probate court and went to jail in default of $75 bail. Robt. Williams was fined $5 and costs for being drunk. ,. Would like to do what a helpful Christian workers. They have anal h be Myftar it would be. Won a warm place in our hearts. Let Jug enter in together Earnest. To show the spirit of their thought a few notes from one of their addresses Are Given. If a Man will not do right for the Sake of his children he Wil not do right at All. For the Sake of his children a father should establish a family altar in his Home. We Deal with the children of today the men of tomorrow the immortals of eternity. When you save a Man you save a unit. When you save a boy you save a whole multiplication table. In and heartily and May the lord Lead us All the Way. The Christmas entertainment at the St. Johns m. K. Church was a grand Success. A Snow House was the feature of the evening. Or. And mrs. Santa Claus made their appearance. The St. Johns m. E. Sunday school is always wide awake. Send news to Henry l. Stock. bean the the kind you Haw always Booser signature of never kick a boy. Once a boy stepped on a Mississippi Steamboat. He had no Money but he wanted to go to his Home far up the River. The rough mate told him he must pay or work. The boy answered a i am sick i cannot but the mate kicked him around much of the time and forced him to work. Many years afterwards this cruel mate was serving in the state prison. A petition was presented by his friends to the governor. As soon As the governor saw the Man he requested that the prisoner be brought. He asked the prisoner whether he served As mate on a Mississippi River boat at a certain time. The Man said yes the governor said a do you remember about kicking a sick buy who Rode up the River a the prisoner said yes. Well i am the boy said the governor. The prisoner concluded at once that All was up with him. The governor said i will Grant you a Pardon Eugenia Ralston left Defiance tuesday dec. 30th, for Kankakee 111., to attend the nuptial ceremony of or. Earnest Ralston and miss Helen Hortense Hilliker. From there she will go to Chicago for a visit with friends and relatives. The courts judge w. H. Hubbard Ivas on the Bench in common pleas court today. In the Case of Weston w. Welker is. The Village of Ney. No error was found and or. Welker stands to pay a heavy Fine for violating a Village ordinance in the conduct of his Saloon. This is quite a Feather in the Cap of John w. Winn who framed the ordinance. Winn amp Hay were attorneys for the Village. W. O. Hughes amp co., is. Wesley Hurburt judgment for plaintiff $301.18. Adolph Balske is. Wilhelmine Noack decree for defendant. W. I. Horton sex. Is. B. Amp o. R. R. Continued for service. Judge Hubbard will pass several cases this afternoon. On Houghton. Death. Duck miss Nora Duck died at the Home of her Uncle Joseph Dauble North Defiance at 6 a. M.,monday,of consumption aged 18 years. The deceased entered the Convent at Fondu Lac wis., july 13, 1900, to become a nun but her health failed. She was compelled to return Home about four weeks ago. In the Convent she was known As sister Consolata. The funeral occurred from St. Johns Catholic Church at 9 a. Rn., wednesday. She was buried As a nun. Nerves All Unstrung that describes the condition exactly. Children a noise Street sounds Little things that usually pass unnoticed annoy. A sudden sound a Call you jump a harsh word a crying spell. The sleep is full of jerks and starts trouble fills your dreams you do not rest. Tired you go to bed weary you Rise. Its the Unstrung nerves weak shattered Over sensitive on Edge. They need rest quiet strength steadiness. Well known people in your own City give you the cure in or. A. W. Chases nerve pills the most remarkably successful nerve Medicine Eyer produced. Francis Street. Mrs. J. N. Jones of no. 840 Francis Street Defiance Ohio says a i used to have very bad nervous spells pc mid not control them they made me restless and sleepless nights. This ran me Down and my Back bothered me a great Deal. I was advised to get or. A w. Chases nerve pills at Woodward a drug store and i d d so. The Medicine is Fine it quiets and strengthens the nerves makes restful sleep possible stopped the backache and gives Good gee Era strength. I think it a Fine anew Tetonic never equated i Ike shaped Box no other Holgate Avenue. Or. Lawrence Barbillion of no. 935 Holgate Avenue. Defiance Ohio says a i can heartily recommend or. A. W. Chases nerve pills i got at Woodward a drug store As a Superior nerve tonic to i x i those who Are debilitated nervous and j t sleepless from any cause was in that a condition and the Medicine gave me j what needed strength steadiness of nerves Energy and restless sleep. To i action is easy and pleasant As Well a beware of and portrait of or. A. W. Chase on each Box of the genuine. Fob same by dealers 50c a Box or or. A. W. Chase Medicine co., 357 Washington Street Buffalo n. Y

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