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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - January 15, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Efi Anee express it Aily and weekly. Dias. J. Thompson Publ uhor. Office Latty bldg., court St. Entered at the Post office at Defiance Ohio a mail matter of the second class daily evening edition Only. Delivered by carriers to City subscribers.10c per week. By mail outside City $3 per year Cash in Advance. By mail six months,.$1.75. By mail three months.$1.00. press wednesday evenings. Or year $1. Cash in Advance Long distance Telephone no. In Northwestern Telephone no. 34. Bryan a epidemic. We give place to an article in this Issue of the express touching upon the smallpox situation in the town of Bryan. The express has no desire to treat the people of Bryan unfairly or unduly criticise the Board of health. What this paper said upon the subject was based upon the statement of a gentleman who had visited the town of Bryan several times before the is Public generally Wras made aware of the presence of smallpox there his knowledge of the state of affairs came from some of the Best Al own business men of Bryan. His statement of signs was based upon what he saw and or. Hutchinson in his article admits that the cards did not embody proper warning to the Public. We would hardly consider that plan a proper precaution. However it is stated by or. Hutchinson that the disease is about stamped out. We will be glad to note that it has disappeared entirely. We Are perfectly willing that the health Board should have its full share of credit but fear that there will be some trouble in convincing Many people in contiguous territory that the epidemic was properly Bull tined. Six a i i a a Imp m a Utitia Gnu. 11 a a a in a a in a Caleb Powers appeals to ohioans for funds is soon to be tried for a third time for complicity in Goebel murder. The following letter recently received by or. Thompson of the express is self explanatory and shows the bitterness of Polit Cetl life in Southern states especially Kentucky. Everyman is considered innocent until he is proven guilty under american Law. We cannot believe or. Powers guilty. If any one desires to Aid or Powers by funds let them remit direct or give it to the express and it will be remitted for them and due achoo Wel gement Given. Following is or. Powers letter Georgetown ky., Jan. 8, 1903, or. C. J. Thompson Defiance Ohio. My dear sir a in the fall of �?T99,1 was elected to the office old Secretary of state of Kentucky. A few months later i was robbed of that office thrown into jail and charged with the dastardly crime of complicity in assassination for the sole purpose of relieving the democratic party of this state of the odium of the theft of state offices. I have been in the jails of this state for nearly three years and awarded two so called trials. It is now necessary for me to prepare for a third trial. It pains me to be forced to ask the people for Aid especially those outside of this state but the republicans Here Are poor and their generosity has been taxed to the utmost. I know however that the whole country is aware of the fact that it is the Republican party of Kentucky and not i that is really on trial. The All important Point with the prosecution is to convict the Republican party in that unholy Effort the Slayer of or Goebel is neither sought for nor desired. If i were even remotely connected with the killing of or. Goebel i could not afford to continue this fight. Let me repeat that i am not guilty and that i will fight the party a Battle As Well As my own until i am no More. The party should not ask me to take my life in my hands and the associated Ohio dailies will hold the 18th annual meeting at the hotel Hartman Columbus wednesday and thursday Jan. 28th and 29th. W. J. Bohannon the Well known Cigar manufacturer and a number of the Council from the second Ward has announced himself a candidate for mayor. There is a Promise of stirring times hereabouts a Little later in the season. The United states circuit court of appeals at Cincinnati has affirmed the verdict of the u. S. Circuit court at Toledo in the Case of mrs. M. E. Orcutt is the american legion of Honor. If the Case ends there mrs. Orcutt will receive $5,000 and interest on same amounting to about $1000. General Russell a. Alger for Mer Secretary of War has been a vindicated by a unanimous caucus nomination to succeed the late senator Mcmillen whose unexpired term he is filling by appointment of the governor. General Alger is a Prophet not without Honor in his own country. March up against partisan courts packed juries perjured testimony and All the evil influences that follow in the Wake of that Hundred thousand Dollar blood Money fund without the Means to make mine and the Par Tyr a defense. My father mortgaged his property during my last trial. We Are sparing nothing to obtain my Liberty. If for the purpose of vindicating the party As Well As myself i am willing to spend and risk so much lie year after year in the jails of the state be dragged from pillar to Post branded As a Felon spending and risking my All in this fight surely the people enjoying their Liberty can afford to spend a few dollars to help me in maintaining the integrity of our party and the Honor of the state of Kentucky. The people will do this when their attention is properly called to it and that is what i ask you to do in your Community. Please make a personal Canvas for me among my friends at once and Send me direct by registered letter what you have been Able to collect together with the name the amount contributed by each donor and the name of the county that i May give proper credit Quot to it. The Money will reach me safely so please Send it whether the contributions be much or Little the decision in my Case has been reversed and in a few weeks i will again be tried for my life. I Trust that you will at once urge be to tuesday from the German m. E. Church mrs. Andrew birr of. Michigan who is visiting at the Home of Peter Dirr has been quite ill. Her nurse was sent for and she is improving. Or Bayshore is around on crutches after the fractured limb of several months ago a series of meetings Are being held at the German m. E. Church by Rev. Dob Brick Henry g. Wolf who was United in marriage to miss Lydia Rettig of South Napoleon new year s Day with his wife left for Hamler saturday to visit a sister of the Bride mrs. John Curtland was called to Ayersville saturday by the death of her brother. Cicero items Hugh and b. B. Crary were at Columbia City iud., visiting last week. They returned saturday miss Laura Barney returned from a visit in Garrett saturday at the yearly meeting of the Farmer township Mutual insurance co. Saturday the following officers were elected pres Andrew Hilbert vice pres., u. W. Hosack director Madison Hilbert sec., o. A. Rice treas., Madison Hilbert auditing committee p. P. Culler e. O. Stone of Milford township Wes Barney and b. B. Crary were in Defiance monday Wes Barney sold e. O. Stone a horse one Day last week or. Parker has rented a farm near Kendallville ind. West Milford. Jas. Moore has been quite sick for the past few Days. Miss Essie Cory spent saturday and the people to come to my Relief i gunday with mrs. Cory Johnson is i x �?�r8i, cause for which i contend de Fitzcharles was called to Lorain serve consideration at your monday by the serious illness of hands. The effect on the re pub her son George Charles mor lican party in the state if i should Rison an i family moved last week be driven to surrender this fight would be disastrous. We cannot to where they 7 11 afford it. Please write me in their future mediately about what donation Christoffel has purchased Grant i can expect from your common masons farm on the state line. Ity and when i May expect it. I there will be a Box social cannot explain in a letter How l a t the has a Tonj it or the important to me your immediate a a Quot a action in this matter is. Hoping Benefit of the disciple Church for an Early reply i am gratefully yours Caleb Powers sex secy of state. Brookville Frank Christy and family spent sunday with Lewis Hanna. Miss Mary Pollock and children of Ney spent sunday with her called on w. Searle wednesday. James Mansfield is Clearing some land for his father b. A. And a. M. Mansfield and families in oyed a Sleigh ride saturday. W. Mansfield has a Fine tract of Timber for cold monday 8� below Zero. Charley reas is confined to his bed with pneumonia or. And mrs. Geo. Buda were happily surprised thursday evening by a number of their neighbors calling took a Fine lob of cattle through i on them. A Bountiful Lap sup Here monday c. S. Yarger was per was served. All had a Good the guest of we Searle sunday time. Chas. Hill intends to move to Defiance soon Ira Donaldson 0vrikb commission. Some testimony for mine operators ii heard by the arbitrators Philadelphia Jan. 13.�?the proceedings before the Anthracite Coal strike commission yesterday consisted principally of the calling of witnesses by the Delaware amp Hudson co. To ten of the conditions existing in Bud about its collieries and to re if Ute certain testimony presented against the company when the miners Side was being heard. William h. Dettrey of Nuremburg. The newly elected president of District no. 7, of the miners Union against whom it was testified last week that he said non Union men should have their throats Cut or should receive a Good a thumping a was summoned to the witness stand by the miners. He denied the charges absolutely and several witnesses were called who corroborated his statements. President Dettrey said that his family was annoyed and his House stoned by enemies of the Union while he was away from Home on business connected Tori the the Union. David Davis h. T. Hughes and Frederick badman mine foremen testified that since the strike of 1900 the miners and labourers will not Load As Many cars As they did prior to that strike. Carnegie leads As a taxpayer. New York Jan. 13.�?the tax assessment books opened to the Public show that Andrew Carnegie leads the list of personal property assessments with $5,000,000. The list includes Russell Sage $2,000,000, John Jacob Astor $2,000,000, j. Rockefeller $2,500,000, j. Pierpont Morgan $600, too Howard Gould $750,000, Cornelius Vanderbilt $250,000, Reginald Vanderbilt $350,000. The real estate assessed valuation of the City shown an increase of $1,4-25,452,387 Over 1902 personal property $939,969,248 increase. Among those who Are nol taxed by reason of having sworn of their taxes on the ground of being non residents Are Richard Choker William Waldorf Astor and George j. Gould. Anotol amp or scandal in High life. Vienna Jan. 13.�?serious differences have Arisen Between the count and countess de Lonyay formerly the Crown Princess Stephanie during their stay in the South of France the count is reported to have suddenly left his wife and to have is net Given no intimation of his whereabouts. The Crown Princess Stepha Nie of Austria Hungary widow of the Archduke Rudolph Aud a daughter of King Leopold of Belgium was married March 22, 1900, to count de Lonyay a Diplomat of High standing the marriage of the Princess to count de Lonyay was gift Eric opposed by King Leopold. Told of an ancient crime. St. Joseph. Mo., Jan. 13.�?the police claim to be in Possession of a confession from Roy Hardin that he was one of five men who on the night of january to nine years ago held up a Burlington train at St. Joseph Hill two Miles East of this City and aft Al blowing open the Safe in the express car secured about $10,000. None of the perpetrators were Ever captured Hardin is under arrest. Program. Tile program of the far Mersy Iusti Tate society which will be held in the City Hall on Jan. 23rd and 24th, 1903, is As follows open with prayer. Music Rhamy Quartetti. Feeding for profit a. H. Wallace. Discussion opened by l. A. Carpenter. Talk on poultry raising a. F. Durrah. Discussion opened by c. Jordan. Growing and marketing peaches a. L. White. Discussion opened by f. E. Travis. Farm fencing a Jacob Dick Man. Discussion by a. J. Kiser. Appointing nominating committee. Established 185� Xebe first National Jan pc Defiance Ohio capital 8175,000.00 surplus 850,000.00 the oldest and strongest Bank in Northwestern Ohio. Transacts a general banking business absolute Security that Mcvey deposited will rein in Subj Sefc t it the cd mind of the depositor. The in it Welge thit loins in the Alture of disc ants Wilt be granted with Thoeub saucy possible under Suaad bunking and the As Granoe that the Bink hit animated facilities for the pro Apt and proper translation of such b siness As inky be entrusted to it these Are the fact it is int b Ive Centre ital to the Success of Chis Bink f it a t in past forty three years. _ drafts letters of credit travellers checks and Bank Money or Ders available in All parts of the world. Collections attended to with accuracy and dispatch. $100,-000.00 to loan on Good Security. Harry m. Daugherty Bas told the Toledo Blade that he does not care to talk about the gubernatorial situation until after the Spring election is Over. He is Wise. Much will depend upon the municipal election in Ohio this year. If that Job is consummated in Good shape the republicans will Settle the gubernatorial question in Short order. And by the Way they will probably insist upon having their say too. Sister mrs. Rate Figley mrs. Carver visited her Mother mrs. Hanna monday James wis Ler drove to Defiance monday. Ollie Robison of Garrett ind., is visiting Here Grover Cashner drove to Defiance monday. Mrs. Kelly was in Defiance tuesday Joe Clouse and sister mrs Weber were in Defiance tuesday mrs. Billie Garlinger and Little daughter of Evansport visited p. M. Rath and family wednesday James and William Haller and or. Buckmaster of Defiance have been hauling logs from the Cameron farm to Defiance Robert Schick and Mother were in Defiance wednesday. John Peterson visited George Carver and Harmon Meyer . Maud Han cock is reported on the sick list. Erie Keoppe drove to Defiance Friday William Figley was in Ney Friday Rob Ison and Maud hath were Visi tors at our school . Brown was in Defiance saturday. Miss Minnie Zipfel Nee Clouse died at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Geo. Clouse tuesday Jan. 6, aged about 29 years. Funeral from the mud Creek Catholic Church thursday Jan. 8. Interment in the Catholic cemetery. Oas Toxia. Bears the kind you have alway signature of fancy China plates with decorations that Are new and novel from 40c up vases steins and mugs in original Ware and fancy decorations. Excellent prizes for card parties birthday gifts. And a Weisenburger amp go jewellers amp opticians a a Clinton Street Southerton a big Snow fell saturday night and sunday m. Wells infant daughter had her hand badly bruised in the clothes wringer or. Hoffman dressed the wound and it is getting along nicely. Or. E. L. Slough made a professional Call at we. Searles tuesday Leo. Hahn Scattie have the a a Pink Eye and his hogs the cholera Banes and Edwards have received an order to get out Timber for the new elevator in East Defiance r. Alkire butchered a Fine beef thursday. We Searle helped a. Conk Wright Butcher some Fine porkers Friday Charley roust is moving from near Hartsburg to Hicksville Halbgewoks took a very Large Load of Cora to Defiance Wagon loads of empty casks and one of empty cases were hauled through Here one Day last week to Christ diehls brewery in Defiance l. W. Mansfield called on win. Searle and family wednesday evening Rev. T. H. Mansfield bought a Fine cow of Chas. Hill last week we. Watson Noble township Tough Winter weather at present 10� degrees below Zero. The Sleigh Bells Are still jingling and the merry lassies Are Happy because they think there will be More Sleigh rides for them months a a has. Gurwell is visiting . Daisy Lehman has a severe Coy is having Cord Wood by a a Quot pc t my Day., 1 absence. The timely arrival of Farmer will Mavis and wife of Peoria 111., returned Home monday after spending ten Days Here the Farmer Mutual insurance co. Held its annual election of offi cers the following being chosen pres Andrew Hilbert vice pres., w. W. Hosack sec., o. A. Rice director for three years Madison Hilbert Ransom Stone is lying very Low at the Home of his son Leslie the result of a paralytic stroke some he is one of the pioneers of this Section prof. Doughton a Home came near in his robbed of $3000 Neenah wis., Jan. 13.�?miss Emma Briggs cashier for to local business House was robbed yesterday of drafts checks Money orders and other papers to the value of $3, which she was taking to a Bank in Oshkosh. She carried the Money in it chatelaine bag and did not notice the theft until after she had loft the train at Oshkosh. Afternoon. Music Rhamy Quartetti. Welcome address a. W. Winn. Swine raising a. L. White. Discussion by w. L. Hill and we. Koop. Talk on Birds a. A. Shffield. Discussion a. W. Butler. Skill in farming a. H. Wallace. Discussion by j. O. Tissier evening instrumental. Music a Wright family. Music Defiance Quartetti. The elements of a forceful life a. L. White. Discussion by Rev. B. W. Slagle. Music Defiance Quartetti. Prehistoric races of this country a. H. Wallace. Discussion by or. C. A Slocum. Real estate co. Main offi e Surrey. North . Buy and sail and make Loans on improved lands excellent lots for Sale in West half of Surrey Tow site for farther information address me a Defiance Ohio Geo. W. Burke. To second Day. Open with prayer. Music Rhamy Quartetti. Can a Young renter Hope own a farm a. L. White. Discussion a. Elliott recitation Russell Myers. Will the future King of Tho farm be Cotton Corn or wheat or. H. Wallace. Discussion a. S. Greenier. Afternoon. Music Rhamy Quartetti. Report of nominating commit tee. Election of officers. How to treat worn out Sandy soil a. H. Wallace. Discussion by David Hill. Recitation Enos Porter. Confidence in our work a. L. White. Discussion by w. F. Moats. Recitation Charles Hill. Legal notice. Charles j. Lambert whose place of residence is unknown will take notice that on the 27th Day of december a. D., 1902, Sadie a l. Lambert filed her petition in the probate county Ohio being canse a praying a divorce from the said c Lianes j. Lambert on the grounds of extreme cruelty and Gross neglect of duty and for Alimony. The said Charles j. Lambert is required to answer the petition in said action not later than six 6 weeks after the 1st Day of january 1903, the Date of the first publication of this notice or such divorce and other Relief May be granted j Sadie l. Lambert j by h. B. Harris and John p. Cameron her i attorneys. Gt4 the Defiance Home saving amp loan association will for a time receive Money on Deposit for which certificates will be issued drawing interest a rom Date payable january first and july first. Loans on farm Security at six per cent per annul. No commission Small expense. It Whf c. B. Squire see a. Legal notice. To the stockholders of the Ance Box c a. Defi wanted for Defiance county general agent for the most progressive up to Date Well established old Lune life insurance company in United states contract direct with the company rare Opportunity for Good reliable energetic business Man address Agency director Box 363, Cincinnati Ohio. The directors and officers having the management of the business and concerns of the Defiance Box company a corporation for profit duly and legally organized and existing under and by virtue of the Laws of the state of Ohio with its principal place of business and office in the City of Defiance county of Defiance and state of Ohio hereby notify you and each of you that there a will be a meeting of the stockholders of said company at the office of the company in the City of Defiance Ohio on the 29th Day of january 1903, at the hour of 2 of clock p. In., of said Day and that All the directors j of said corporation desire to surrender its corporate authority and franchises and that the object and purpose of said meeting is to take action looking to the closing up of the business of said corporation and the surrender of its corporate authority Aud franchises. By order Board of directors. 4t4 f. W. Young Secretary. For Sale 80 acres of land the Northwest one half of Noi theist one Fon rth Section 8, Defiance township. Very reasonable. Call on c r address j. L. C. Brown Defiance o. The markets Price paid for farm products by dealers Loc hauled to Dee Fiance Market. Geo. Switzer took a Load of porkers to Defiance saturday. Geo. Schilio moved on the old Langdon farm last week or. A number of citizens saved the place. It caught in the upper floor Rev. C. R. Davenport will preach Here sunday at la a. In. Instead of 7 p. Rohrig was injured last week a a ,. While moving his Sawmill on theve a for debate at Theof Cert Langdon farm and is still Conttn-1 saturday night is As follows corrected daily by we. Martin potatoes new per by. 35 lard per la. La Beans per by. 2 00 butter per la. 16 eggs per dozen. 23 corrected daily by Defiance milling company wheat per by. 72 Oats. 29 Corn shelled. 61 corrected daily by a Gro Weg. Hay no. I per ton. To of wheat new. 73 Oats per by. 30 Corn old .56�?58 Rye. 45 corrected daily by the h. P. Miller co. Hides Green per . 66 hides salted per la. 07 half hides per la. 08 Spring chickens per la. 08 ducks per la. 08 geese per la. 07 turkeys per la. To eggs per Doz. 24 corrected daily by g. W. Barber. Beef per lbs live Market .3 25 to 4 of hogs per Hundred lb.$5 75 hogs dressed. 7 50 to $8.00 lambs per Hundred lb.4 co 5 of lard per la. To chickens old. 8 Young chickens. 08�?~4 Quot resolved that the indians have suffered More at the hands of the Whites than the pleasant bended to his Home r. A. Shaner is on the sick list John Brown moved his father in Law from Brunersburg to his place last week there was no preaching at the Brunersburg m. E. Church South Tiffin. Sunday evening on account of Gorman Siler a former resident the Stormy weather. Of this township now of new Reigle visited his children Jan. 7th Abram Rasor celebrated the 80th anniversary of his birth. We. Hahn who has for Many i he is Hale and Hearty for a Man years conducted a Barber shop of his years. His friends wish Here. Bas sold his House and lot Lim Many Happy years sojourn to John Blake. He will move in this Earth George Keller his family to Continental where Mier and wife of Highland town he will engage in the same Busi ship Are visiting at the Home of Ness. May they have abundant pred Kellermier and Are assist Success in their new Home a Ingin caring for thur Burin was at Ada several Bridge across Webb run just Days last week another a we8t of the Miller Bros. Tile fac Loon has made its appearance tory is being repaired John Here. This makes two for this Bohn is quite ill with muscular Burg. A Man from Continental rheumatism carpenters will is proprietor mrs. Christ dem be busier than Ever before the land died saturday of consume coming season is Over. Judging Tion at her Home three Miles from the number of people who Are Northwest of town funeral preparing a in a a e improvements on their farms. Two members of the Schreiner family continue to be ill with the Iii do i i typhoid fever Joe Freeman a i Vou Al Al void a lost a valuable cow last week. Geo. W. Burk of Surrey North is visiting Here. His Many friends Are glad to know that he is enjoying a very reasonable portion of the nations Prosperity a Siler amp Brenner sent their big saw to Toledo last monday to get it hammered thursday Jan. 8th, Fred Keller Raier was suddenly stricken with heart trouble. He was unconscious for a time. Powerful restoratives were applied and he rallied but at the present writing he is quite ill. Or. W. S. Powell is the attending physician. And cakes daily Browne a bakery Michigan lands the markets. Financial. New York Jan. 13.�? Money on Cal 4% per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5y4�?~ w5y2 per cent. Sterling Exchange $4.87 for demand. Government Bonds steady. Grain provisions and live Stock. Flour fairly Active and steady wheat no. 2 red 80%c. Oats no. 2 at 40y2c. Hay quiet. Beeves steers $4.25 25.75. Veals $5.50 29.50. Sheep higher at $2.75@4.75, lambs $5.50 26.90. Hogs state hogs $6.40 26.90. Cleveland. Jan. 13.�?flour�?winter wheat patents $4.00 2 4.25. Wheat no. 2 red 76c. Corn a no. 2 yellow 49c. Oats no. 3 White 38c. Butter Best Creamery 30%<s. Cheese York state 14c. Eggs strictly fresh 28c. Potatoes a Best grades 60@70c. Cattle Choice steers $4.75 23.25. Best calves $8.00 28.25. Sheep a Best Wethers $4.25@4.75. Best lambs $6.35 2 6.50. Hogs yorkers $6.55. Michigan land if you want a Good farm cheap on reasonable terms write a. J. Lacy Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan lands�?45 acres a mile from railway Small House and barn about 15 acres cleared Good soil. Price 1750.00. A. J Lacy Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan lands�?80 acres 2 Miles from City of 1,500 very Good roads Good soil excellently watered 50 acres cleared Good Orchard Small House two Small barns and other farm buildings Good locality. Price $1,600.00. A. J. Lacy Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan lands�?123 acres three Miles from county seat % mile from railway station partly fenced about 15 acres cleared Beautiful Lake along entire Eastern Side Good soil of Sandy Loam fairly Good barn Price 11,000.00 on reasonable terms a. J Lacy Clare Mich mention the express. Michigan land�?160 acres 1-2 mile from railway station railway crosses the tract Good land unimproved but easy to Clear Trout Stream crosses it. Price $1,200,. A j. Lacy Clare Mich mention the express. Michigan lands�?280 acres unimproved muck land resting on strata of Clay and gravel As Good As any land on Earth adequately watered by Beautiful Trout Stream considerable Timber on it Good location i mile from railway station. Price $2,800.00. A. J. Lacy Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan lands�?640 acres unimproved farming and grazing land in the Pere Marquette River Valley 3 Miles from railway station Beautiful Trout Stream crosses it excellent soil. Price $2,000.00. A. J. Lacey Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan lands�?3,800 acres unimproved farming fruit or ranch land i Miles from g. R. Amp i. R. R. Unexcelled natural grasses excellent soil considerable Timber. Prica $7,500. A. J. Lacey Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan Stock ranch�?12,000 acres unit roved Pine and Hardwood land in a solid a Ody excellently watered first class railway facilities. Price per acre without the Timber $1.90. A. J. Lacy Clare Mich. Mention the express. Michigan land a 360 acres unimproved land muck Clay and Sandy Loam Beautiful Trout Stream crosses it in Good locality near railway station unexcelled for Stock and grazing purposes. A. J. Lacey Clare a Quot Quot Ion the Chicago Jan. 13.�?wheat�?january 72c a corny january 46y8c. Oats january 3224c. Pork january $17.50. Lard january $9.87%. Cattle Good to prime steers $5.25 2 6.40, poor to medium $3.25@5.c0. Hogs Good to Choice heavy $6.60 2 6.85. Light $5.90 26.30. Sheep Choice Wethers $4.25 24.75, lambs $4.00 26.00. Toledo Jan. 13. A wheat a Cash 77%c. Corny january 45yac. Oats january 31 y2c. Clover seed january $6.95. East Liberty Jan. 13.�?oai>tl��? Choice steers $5.40 25.60, Good $4.90@ 5.10. Hog a prime heavy $6.85, pigs $6.65. A sheep a Best Wethers $4.35 24.50, Choice lambs $6.25 26.50. East Buffalo Jan. 13.�?cattle a Butcher steers $4.25 25.00, Veals $9.00 29.75. Hogs heavy $6.80 26.85, pigs $6.75. She Eipp top lambs $6.60 2x3.75, Choice filled sheep $4�5@4.50. Mich. Mend express when writing a cure for Lumbago w. C. Williamson of Amherst va., says Quot for More than a year i suffered from Lumbago. I finally tried chamberlains pain Balm and it gave me entire Relief which All All other remedies have failed to do. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. Cd cd sctt Sjaast plumbing and Oas fitter deep Well pumps. And every nog in the plumbing Gas line for Sale and at lowest prices Clinton bt., Between and 5tb streety 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 Chance for some of you who will work hard to build yourself into a responsible position at Large salary. To men of character with references who can give surety Bond we will 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 r Reu a it order Marion Indiana. Road mgr. Chicago Art coasts. Notice. Sarah Mccormick plaintiff i Case no. Is. Notice. Thomas Mccormick defendant i Thomas Mccormick who resides at no. 39 West Adams Street in the City of Chicago in the state of Illinois is hereby notified that Sarah Mccormick did on the 19th Day of december 1902, file her petition in the office of the probate court within and for the county of Defiance and state of Ohio charging the said Thomas Mccormick with wilful abandonment of the said petitioned and failing to provide the said Petitioner with food and clothing and the necessaries of life for the three years last past. Also charging the said Thomas Mccormick with adultery with one name to this Petitioner unknown and asking that she Mav be divorced from the said Thomas Mccormick and reasonable Alimony which petition will stand for hearing on and after the 3rd Day of february1908. Sarah Mccormick 3 3t plaintiff. Americans greatest weekly. The Toledo Blade Toledo Ohio. New presses new stereotype Plant new and modern a appliances in every Dep to tent. 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Or mall �?�100 per package or six for with n Post a to written guarantee to Sago of refund the Money. Book and advise free. Address. Royal Medicine co moots a for Sale in Defiance Ohio by Weisenburger at Emery. Direct from our distillery to you saves Eva Lirse profits Prev sets adulteration Hayner whiskey pure seven year old Rye our offer four i quarts of Hayter g semtex year old Rye for a Sao. Try it and if you done to find it All Rich t and As go j As you eau set elsewhere for double the Money Send it Back at our expense and your 03.00 will be promptly refunded. That a or Isnit it a ear in mind this offer is hacked by a company with in capital of 0500,000.00 paid in i Abd the proud reputation of so years of continuous Success. We Are regularly supplying Over a Quarter of in million satisfied customers convincing evidence that our whiskey pleases and that we do just As we say. Ton run absolutely to risk in accepting our offer for you get your Money Back if you Are not satisfied with the whiskey after trying it. Shipment made in a Plain sealed ease no Marks of any kind to indicate contents every quart of whiskey we sell is made at our own distillery and our entire product is sold direct to Consumers saving you the dealers big profits and avoiding All Chance of adulteration. No matter How much you pay you cannot get anything purer or better than Hayner whiskey and yet it costs Only $3.20 for four full quarts and we pay the express charges. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded by first mail. Distillery Troy o. Established 1888. Tre Mayher distil Urr co., 229 put fifth St Dayton Orn

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