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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - January 22, 1903, Defiance, Ohio 00g0 000 a 00 q c o republicanism a family newspaper qq0qgg0gq0g0g Der Ian be is a City of the seeom0 g�apep6pulatioh--1p, rap idly a situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee Rivers. Cgg00g00��00� and the Best advertising medium the heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday january 22, 1903. No. 7 letter from the Florida Orange Groves a reference to country from shoes Burn Coal Kings shall not return. Social Bishop c. H. Fowler lectured at St. Paul m. E. Church Friday evening on a your the speaker treated of the mis special correspondence. Orlando fla., Jan. La 1903-yesterday evening a poster was displayed id the Post office a cold wave coming see Telegram a and the Telegram promised a Clear night it rained however and for tuesday morning threatened us with a Twenty five i Hope it will miss it As it did in the other guess. It rained i said Aud it still Rains the general effect being intensified by a Leaky spout Over our window and beyond the Fence there is a Darkie piling Sand about some Orange Trees either preparing for that drop Iii the Mercury or spurred by an unusual fit of Industry. When the cold nears the danger line some observer on duty has a whistle blown. I Hope not to hear it. I wonder whether it is a custom in any Northern country to have a warning Given that the water pipes Are in danger and summoning the plumbers to the Rescue on the same financial terms upon which your doctor Iii China serves you a his pay stops when you get sick. Not so Many pipes in that Case would climb the Northern and outer Walls As they now do. I have formed the acquaintance of a new Birds one to whom i have never addressed that usually fictional bit of Choctaw in a Small Pinery As i strolled about a bit of color flashed up then hid again a thing of life in shape a Bird. Head deepest Blue Back Golden Green Throat and breast brightest red wings Dull red trimmed with Green a painted Bunting or nonpareil surely As its second name describes it a not equal Jed in its Brilliant hues. Also i met anew Plant a Philodendron its Leaf about the bigness of a Saddle skirt full of All sizes of symmetrical holes a sort of draw string running round the Edge and giving Unity to the thing. The fruit shaped like a banana. Its taste the Gardner said Between a banana and pineapple. I did not wait to test this As he said it would Ripen in eighteen months. The wind blew for three Days last week. The sky was always Clear at at Sunset and the afterglow was splendid indeed a decided Rosy tint Over All the Western heaven and on the Eastern Earth houses Trees and the Little Lake All in Milder tint reflecting the glory. When the Moon is on the Meridian it so nearly touches the Zenith that ones Shadow is to Short to mention. The reason of this is not far to seek and easier than a a advantage january 13, 1903 a tues Lay morning is Here and the Mercury is not so Short in the tube by ten degrees As the Telegram for Bode thirty five instead of Twenty five All of which leads me to a droll remark of Charles Dudley Warner a there is no subject about which there is so much said and so Little done As the there is certainly one Branch of the weather business upon which the american people must see that something is a a done a namely the trifling matter of fuel. George Iii and lord North were saints compared with the tyrants who Are freezing their subjects this Winter. I remain orthodox for the pleasure i have in thinking of that undiscovered country from whose Burn the Coal Kings shall not come Back after while variety of and Cool off. Yours sincerely j. J. Burns. Sinary work of the Church and delighted those who were present. The Public reception which was tendered the Bishop by Rev. And mrs. E. D. Whitlock Early in the evening at the parsonage was largely attended and was a very pleasant affair. Refreshments were served. A sighing party came Down from Tiffin t no ship wednesday evening to visit or. And mrs. We. B. Etchen in this City. The visitors were accorded a Royal Welcome and entertained in a de Listh Toul manner. Mrs. Etched Garrett Udy struck by a a is 0. Engine luckily she was not badly Hurt and was taken away sunday. Mrs. Mary Murray of Garrett ind., was struck by a b. Amp Served oysters. The party was made up of t he following persons f. E. Clinker Lyman Moon Floyd Janey Elmer Agenbroad Hollo Agenbroad Art dorm Montie Stotler John Sheffield in sic Stottler Mattie Partee Lottie Agenbroad Anna Sheffield. Or. And mrs. De Partee or. And mrs. Geo. Stottie. One of the pleasant Sleigh ride parties of the season was that to the Home of Mabel Rock at Sherwood thursday. The misses Maud Core Aud Maud Mower headed the party. A very delightful evening was spent with music games and in dancing. Six Young ladies Aud gentlemen assisted the hostess in entertaining the Young people from this City. The visitors from Defiance were misses Grace Hopper Alta Kintigh Clara Wright Grace Himes Pearl Seibert Olive Rei Lemier Maud Core and Maud Mowery and messes. James Wisda Ernest Wagner Warren Whitney Oga Smith George Murphy Gale Stevens and de Speiser. A freight engine near the Jackson Street crossing at about 5 p. In. Saturday and for a time it was feared that her injuries might prove fatal. Mrs Murray is the Mother of Jack Murray the Well known b. So Passenger conductor and was Here to look after some of her property which is located on Jackson Street. She had been Down in the City in the afternoon the guest of mrs. De ale Berry and when she reached the Perry Street crossing of the b. Amp 0.,she concluded to follow the track to Harrison Street. Before she reached it however she was struck by a freight engine that had been doing some switching and was knocked Clear of the track. The old lady was picked up and carried to the Home of mrs. Ellen Starr on Deatrick Street where or. P. H. Aldrich was called to attend her and later or. W. S. Powell. She had been struck in the left Side but in the excitement attending the affair it was pretty hard to Tell just How badly she was Hurt. Mrs. Murray wanted to prepare for and called in attorney t. Ansberry to draw up her will. It developed later that while the lady a Side was badly bruised and probably one rib broken that she was not badly Hurt. She returned to her Home in Garrett sunday afternoon on train no. 7, being accompanied by mrs. Starr. Mrs. Murray who formerly resided Here is aged about seventy five years. She had a close Call for her life and if she had not been Well preserved she might not have recovered from the Shock. Her sons James of Chicago John of Chicago Junction and Michael and William of Garrett were called Here sunday morning. She is now at the Home of her son Mike in Garrett. Mrs. Starr returned from Garrett this morning on train no. 14. Weare pleased to note that Phillip Young of North Richland is improving Iii health. J. F. Singer is having new Buffalo Wagon Scales put Down next to his grocery on first Street. Monarch Over pain. Burns cuts sprains stings. Instant Relief. Or. Thomas electric Oil. At any drug store. Will extend the line the revival meetings at it. Calvary Church Highland township grow in interest with seven conversions at present and Good attendance. Nine of the thirteen cars of hard Coal seized at Bellevue the other Day belonged to s. C. Shenck of Toledo. Most of the hard Coal received by n. J. Norman of this City comes through Schenck. Possibly the confiscation at Bellevue Cut Many Defiance people out of a much needed Supply of Coal. New electric line for Defiance. Jan. The a i have used Ayers hair vigor for thirty years. It is elegant for a hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the j. A. Gruenenfelde Grantfork 111. Hair splitting splits friendships. If the hair splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a Friend. Ayers hair vigor in Advance will prevent the splitting. If the splitting has begun it will Stop it. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. Special to express. Bowling Green o., the stockholders of Erie Bowling Green and Napoleon Railroad company held their i annual meeting in this City tues Day and passed a Resolution to begin work at once on the Exten Sion of the line from Pemberville j to port Clinton via Elmore a d Oak Harbor. They also decided to extend the Tine from Bowling Green to Defiance. It was voted to increase the capital Stock to $1,000,000. The following were elected directors w. M. Tuber f. W. Rogers. R. A. Betty m. L. Case a. Froney b. F. James m. B. Chidester d. B. Whipple c. W. Solether a. E. Royce j. H. Whitehead c. La. Painter Morris Reese l. Black and e. Al Mckinight. W. M. Teller was elected president f. W. Rogers vice presi Dent e. M. Mcknight was elect mesdames m. A. Bell. Lue Baughman j. J. Rag Elmier or. Babbitt l. E. Beardsley Sarah Ivohn h. Kintigh we. Ort i. Mowery Annetta Weller a. A Bruner Fred Zollers and e. J. Webb a tit to Ayersville thursday to the Home of mrs. Jacob Adams where they were joined by mesdames a. C. Henry or Blue we. Hill a m. Smith a. Kusian Victor Smith and Chas. Lengle. Each lady contributed something toward the excellent dinner which was served soon after arriving at the Adams Home. After dinner music both vocal and instrumental games etc., were enjoyed till late in the afternoon when the ladies were compelled to bid Farewell to their hostess who with her husband will leave next week to spend several weeks in the a sur Lily South at Ocean Springs and Scranton miss. At the latter place miss Dell Adams is teaching. The wll. C. Ladies always have a Fine time when out together and thursdays pleasure was no exception. Each lady brought Home All the apples she could carry. Mrs. E. J w. Corps correspondent. G. A. R. Committees for 1903. Do you know that you get your Back if Money Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy fails 7 a fair offer. Most cases of impure blood. Kidney and i til trouble can be cured by using one or two Bott cases that Are severe or of Tong standing i trouble can be cured by using one or two bottle cases that Are severe or of Long standing Mav require More. In order that you May give thai remedy a thorough trial and run no risk we make this Liberal offer. We give a written guarantee with every lot of of this great remedy. If it helps you r you nothing. Six bottles of this great remedy. If it helps Yoa it costs you 55.00, if the remedy fails it will Cost 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 his free if it fails will you try it and get Well you do not risk a cent. Price.$1.00 several persons take forged checks. The Man who passed them caught by the Deputy sheriff. . Woodward druggist. Or. And mrs. N. R. Webster and son Chauncey left for Muskogee i. T., Over the Wabash Putnam Fadeless eyes Are fast to sunlight washing and rubbing. Sold by e. N. Lewis. Or. And mrs. Orrey Grogg of Noble township have a thirteen Pound boy at their Home. Emery Elliott of North Richland received a Fine Poland China boar by express from Fayette thursday. Anton Wiemken of Adams township who was supposed to be dying of cancer of the stomach is steadily improving. The will of Almira Gilbert has been probated. L f. Blanchard has been appointed administrator with will annexed. A cure the cough and save the or. Woods Norway Pine syrup cures cough and colds Down to the very verge of consumption. The Annii Cemen t made saturday that the firm of Vandenbroek amp Shelly has dissolved. Walter Shelly goes out and John Vandenbroek is now the sole owner. J. C. Helmick of new Haven of your druggist cannot Supply you Send us one Dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express office. Address j. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass. De general manager. Cure to Lumbago w. C. Williamson of Amherst va., says a a for More than a year i suffered from Lumbago. I finally tried Chamberlain s pain Bairn and it gave me entire Relief which All All other remedies have failed to do. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. The woman with a Beautiful complexion is the woman whose Cheeks portray the Elow of health. The sedentary life of most women makes it absolutely necessary for them to assist nature in keeping the functions of digestion in a healthy condition. That a Why or. Caldwell s laxative syrup pepsin is so popular with the women of America. It is a gentle corrective laxative stimulating the liver and kidneys to healthy action hence no headaches no constipation no glow of health. All druggists soc and $1,00 Bottine sent free Sample bottle and an interesting Book. Quot the Story of a travelling pepsin syrup company Monticello Illinois ind., is visiting we. Helmick in this City and the family of j. H. Neaderhauser in Tiffin township. He is a partner in the Baugher Shaft Coupler co. The following marriage licenses were issued saturday Ben Hall Defiance county and Bessie Myers Highland township Oscar Osmon and miss Anna m. Carpenter both of Farmer. We met Douglas Carpenter saturday the first time since he killed the wild cat. His latest encounter was with a different kind of an animal. While out Hunting the other Day he sought to unearth a Rabbit but when he reached pay dirt a big pole cat came to the surface. There were stirring times in the Vicinity for a time but luckily Douglas escaped unscathed and did not therefore get any insight nto that great and absorbing question a the second Headquarters Bishop Post no. 22, g. A. R. _ department of Ohio i Defiance Ohio Jan. In 19 >3. J general order i no. I. F the following standing committees for the ensuing year Are hereby announced. They will be obeyed and respected accordingly committee on Relief Henry schmick Chas. Caine p. Rickman. Committee on entertainment j. F. Whiting e. R. Mallet g. H. Dicus. Committe on finance a. W. King . A. Kehnast Henry Wilson. Committee on memorial Day m. A. Bell g. J. Hickey John b. Houtz. Committee on music a. R. Mallett j. W. Myers m. B. Gorman. Committee on transportation pm. A. Bell j. Vav. Leach Henry Foss. Committee on grievance g. Vav. Deatrick p. E. Helpman a. Vav. King committee on cemeteries a. Hardesty we. Ebright Vav. Partee. Advisory committee with w. R. . W. Deatrick j. W. Myers Geo h. Dicus l. E. Beardsley Geo. Parker. Visiting committee. First Ward a . A. Kehnast e. R. Mallett. Visiting committee second Ward a. B. Gorman Vav. Partee. Visiting committee third Ward a John b. Houtz Geo. Butler. Visiting committee fourth Ward a Orlando Colwell l. Jaynes. Visiting committe Defiance township Chas. Block a. J. Kiser. Visiting committee Highland township a. H. Myers Fred March. Visiting committee North Richland townships. Spurgeon we. Young. Visiting committee South Richland township Henry Roth Enberger. Visiting committee Noble township a. Kehnast Eli Cheney. Visiting committee Tiffin township a. Neaderhauser a. Hall. By order of Gardner Dabney Post commander. L. E. Beardsley adjutant. Monday morning. People who have begun grow old who ii ave lost the to vigor courage ambition and strength of youth take Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. Weisenburger so Emery. Commissioners Chas. Behringer and Geo. Henning Are attending the meeting of the commissioner so association at Cincinnati. They were accompanied by ii. F. To Beren. The sick made Well the weak made Strong. Rocky Mountain Tea the elixir of life that performs wonderful cures that seem like miracles. Its free if it fails. Weisenburger so Emery. The Mother of Rev. J. M. Mills of Lima died at her Home near Logan Hocking county tuesday aged 75 years. The funeral occurred in the town of Logan Friday where the remains were interred. Word was received Friday afternoon from Toledo stating that Martin Knoll formerly of this City was badly injured by a falling elevator at that place. Or. Knoll is a brother of James and Al Knoll of this City. Fred Foelker an employee of the Turnbull Wagon works met with a painful Accident this morning. While working with a piece of steel it flew up and struck him above the right Eye cutting it very badly or. Vav. S. Powell was called to dress the wound. A Clever capture was made Here late saturday night and a Young Man who has been in the business of passing forged checks is now in the county jail. Saturday shortly before5 p. In. A Well dressed stranger dropped into e. L. May a jewelry store on second Street and purchased a pair of spectacles. He presented Check of $6 in payment that was ostensible drawn by c. F. Ferguson treasurer of the Turnbull Wagon works. It was on the first National Bank and made payable to c. Hill. The Man got the change and passed out. He claimed to be an agent of Turnbull a. A few minutes later the same individual appeared in Pete Kintner a meat shop North Defiance and bought a Ham and two pounds of lard. He presented a Check for $10 made to the order of c. Rodgers and signed a Turnbull Wagon co. Per c. F. the Young Man got the Ham lard and balance of the amount of the Check in Money. Ile left the Ham by the Wayside and threw the lard into the Maumee River. He next showed up at the meat Market of Frank Werthmiller on Clinton Street. He wanted a Ham but not As Salty As the one his Mother purchased a few Days before. Werthmiller did not have enough change in the shop to Cash a $12 Check to the order of 0. Hill and drawn apparently by the Turnbull people. The fellow then crossed the Street to a. M. Minsel a drug store and announced to Charley Kimmel the clerk that he had a new baby at his Home. Ile purchased a new Fountain syringe a breast pump soap and powder and presented a $12 Check in payment. Kimmel was county ing out the change when or. Mussel gob his Eye on the Check and knew at once it was a forgery. He told the fellow he would Call up c. P. Ferguson and ask him about the Check. The stranger ducked and left the Check with Minsel. The officials were notified and late in the evening sheriff John Mccarty located the fellow in the Cunningham House where had registered c. Hart. He slipped away to the Wabash depot and boarded train no. 23. The sheriff saw the Man on the train but to make sure that he was the right one went to Call a. M. Minsel to identify him. The fellow saw the sheriff and slipped away. When Wabash train no. 24 stopped at the Coal chutes an hour or two later the much wanted Man was nipped by Deputy sheriff Nydam Behringer who had boarded the train at the a so Depot. Hart was at once taken to the county jail. The Man Lias a hard face and is no Novice in the work of passing forged paper. He refused to talk about himself. Ile stated at the Cunningham House that he was Selling Scab cigars. Saturday afternoon two men called at the first National Bank and one of them Drew a Check which he wanted assistant cashier Moss to Cash. This or. Moss would not do unless he got some person to endorse it. After the first one went out the second Man followed. It is thought that the men w Ere Iii the Bank to get hold of Blank checks and that there were two or More men Iii the scheme to pass the forged paper. The sheriffs Force is to be congratulated upon making the capture. Done to let the Little ones suffer from eczema or other torturing skin disease. No need for it. Doans ointment cures. Can to harm the most delicate skin. At j any drug store 50 cents. The Ohio Merino sheep Breed Erst association elected the following officers at its annual convention at Columbus president Robert Williamson Xenia first vice president g. B. Quinn Browne a Mills second vice president m. Ii. Rhodes Cochranton Secretary Wesley Bishop Troy ton directors j. D. Irwin Ada Perry Peck Pataskala c. In Bell Ashley j. H. Dennis Ashley. Castoria. Seata the / kind you have Alai is signature of from too much love of living from Hope and fear set free we thank with great thanksgiving that we have Rocky Mountain Tea. Weisenburger so Emery. Co c b. Al Flinn of Columbus of the u. S. Geological Survey was o Ltd / in the City thursday arranging for the placing of gauges and meters on the Maumee and a Glaize Rivers or. M. Vav. Steiner Ger having secured parties who will take daily readings for him. C n this will furnish the Only True Means of ascertaining the capacity of our Rivers for water Power. One will be placed at the English Bridge on the a Glaize and one at the Sherwood Bridge. The a Glaize station will be in charge of d. C. Garman and the Maumee station will be in charge of Geo c. Coffin. An All round tonic so Many splendid cures have been made in purely nervous affections by or. A. Vav. Chases nerve pills people Are Apt to lose sight of the fact that they Are a magnificent blood and general tonic. They give to every Organ the Power to work to do its duty As it should to the blood a Richness in Quantity and Quality no other Medicine can appetite digestion strength All Are furnished by their tonic Power. To the system at Large they give a general feeling of vigorous robust health. Gastonia. Bean the s the kind Yau have always Boogie signature of Summitt Street. Mrs c. F. Hoeffel of no 401 Summitt St., Defiance Ohio says a a a one of my i family who had been run Down weak depressed nervous and generally miser j Able for some time began to use Drai w c he a s nerve pills that i got at Woodward a drug store As a tonic with immediate and Fine results they in. Ribbed the blood gave s rent he steadied and maid firm the nerves gave an appetite and general feeling of i brightness and vigor the result is particularly Gratifying As the condition was a bad one As a serve and general tonic the Medicine is Fine nerve tonic never equated he Litas shaped Bottno other Bowling Green Ohio. Or Wiliam Mercer of no 18 Palmer Avenue Bowling Green Ohio says a Quot from a personal use of draw chases nerve pills i got i can commen to those who need a Good general Nerv tonic one that will give strength digestive strength and steady nerves at least this is the result i saw from their use a beware of and portrait of a w. Chase on each Box of the genuine for Sale by dealers 50c a Box or or. A. W. Chase Medicine co., 2o7 Washington Street Buffalo a. Y

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