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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - January 22, 1903, Defiance, Ohio 3ez dal amp a and weekly. I Dom soft publishes miss South Highland miss Grace Kibble visited Ide Sanford last week. Re. A Duseberg was the guest f mrs. Frank Sanford sunday. Ryant Mansfield and family re the guests of Fred Martell Wells and family his Ford and wife Alden mans id and family spent sunday the Charley Wells miss Tilla Rich of Defiance spent Satur a and sunday at Home with r parents Clayton Skiver is working for or. Leever mrs. Rosa Wiler visited mrs. F. San Fprd one Day last week got Deib Wahl and family spent wednesday with b. A. Mansfield miss Audrey Smith is visiting Sim Smith and family at Rice. Frank Blue of Highland Center visited the school in District no. 2, monday mrs. J. Wiler visited mrs. Emma Mansfield tuesday Orange Mansfield is on the sick list John Wiler is assisting Frank Sanford in putting he ice. Mrs. Geo. Mansfield and daughter Van Nell spent several Days last week in Defi Ance the guests of her parents a. Van Skiver and family Alden Mansfield assisted Charley Hill in moving to Defiance wednesday or. Leever is having quite a lot of Wood buzzed on the farm he recently purchased. Defiance was Here monday. Duerk or. Is in the Telephone . H. G. Lock and mrs. A c. H. Dunakin were in Hicksville wednesday. M. M. Haver was in Defiance wednesday Osa Mccord has returned to Ada to resume her studies in music will Johns is studying Law at Ada Eli Dickey and Curtis Haver attended the Danes at Farmer saturday night a sled Load of juveniles attended Church at Fairview saturday party of Odd Fellows attended Lodge at Defiance Friday night miss Bertha Smith is taking a teachers course at Ada Jason a Daw is the Happy father of a four Pound boy c. F. Newman started to Bryan sunday but concluded it was too cold and came Back after driving out three Miles in the Wendt and z. A. Miller Are hauling Stone for the new German lutheran Church to be built in the Spring. Farmers Institute to be held in Ney feb. 4 and 5th. Church notice. St. Johns reformed Church Cor. Fourth and Washington streets Rev. F. E. Lahr pastor. Divine services next sunday Jan. 25, As follows sunday school at 9 of clock Sun time. German Sermon at to a. In. Sunday school at Zion reformed Church of Sherwood at 1 15 p. In. Ger Man services at 2 p. In. The people Are invited to attend these services. Mark Center Guy Wilson and wife were the guests of Zeno Haver a few Days last week Ollie Clyde Glen and Dale elder spent sunday in in Hicksville with their sister. John Price and wife stopped Here Friday evening on their Way Home from Hicksville Julia Long was at the Bend and Sherwood last week sewing mrs. Will Price visited her parents Here thursday and Friday. Zeno Haver went to new Bavaria tuesday where he contemplates buying a Barber shop. C. E. Myers baby is very sick. F. W. Heater and family spent sunday in the county with Lem Walters Okee Wheeler and wife and daughter mrs. Elmer Haver daughter and son drove to Paulding saturday to visit j. Nutter returning sunday evening mrs. E. J. Pugh and Little daughter went to Weston saturday to visit Lier parents John Sewell and wife of Indiana Are visiting the latter smother who is sick. _ Sherwood s. F. Dickey and wife visited Here saturday und sunday. Audra Dickey Osa Hanna Mabel Rock Fred Goshia and Eli Dickey attended the show at Defiance saturday night j. H. Haver is putting up ice a. V. Smith is on the sick list f d. Duna Kin and family visited or. And mrs. C. H. Dunakin sunday. An elegant piano arrived tuesday for the opera House Emerson Johnson has resumed his position on the b. Amp Re. Mrs. Chas Davis took suddenly ill sunday evening but is better now mrs. B. N. Worthington is still on the sick list w. C. Newman is having his store remodeler miss Biglow of Farmer is working at the Haver House or. Geo. Rock of Auburn was Here saturday. Philip Johns has his House almost enclosed Syl Garver of advertised letters the following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at Defiance Ohio for the week ending Jan. 31, 1903 gentlemen Cooper Geo Eckman e a hut Edw Jenny t a Miller John Mcgrath Peter Snyder Willie Spiser Geo Trumbo a l. Ladies Cole miss Maude Cornwell Hazel Carr miss Minnie gis mrs Henry Howard miss Eva Seibert miss addio if not called for within 14 Days these letters will be sent to the dead letter office As prescribed by Law. In calling or same please say a advertised a and give Date of list. C. J. Thompson postmaster. Farmers Institute will be held in the m. E. Church at Ney feb. 4th and 5th. The program will be As follows wednesday feb. 4th. Forenoon session to a. In. Tillage a. Aldo if. Discussion a. L. Bayliss. Afternoon session i p. In. Farming As a life work John a. Skew Field. Discussion a. H. Miller. Recitation. Some Points in Swine husbandry a. Al Dob if. Discussion a. S. Tomlison. Evening session 7 80 p. In. Be modern John a. Sheffold. Success a. Aldo if. Thursday Fer. St. Forenoon session 8 30 a. In. Treatment of Clay soil for different kinds of crops John a. Sheffield. Discussion a. W. Bostater. Fifteen years experience with clovers Solomon Johnson. Farm out buildings a. Aldo if. Discussion of. B. Travis. Afternoon session 1 00 p. In. Training the farm horse a. Aldo if discussion of. W. Limbaugh. Recitation. Aids and obstacles to farming John Sheffield. Discussion Solomon Johnson. The officers of the Institute Are president a. P. Yeagley vice president Frank Kintner Secretary Frank Pollock musical director of Wisman. Executive committee a j. L Baylis w. S. Tomlinson John Bostater z. Miller m. D. Huffman. A Ridgeville Corners the annual supper of the g. A. I., of Ridgeville and Vicinity cameos on saturday evening she 17th inst and such a crowd Las not been together on any like occasion in Many a Day. Over 200 sat Down to tables which groaned under the weight of Good things there was a general outpouring of soldiers their relatives and friends until the capacious Hall of Rand amp Beck Ham was filled to its utmost capacity. Among the other Good things were 17 Chicken pies furnished by our Liberal and kindhearted people. The Hall was beautifully draped a Zoldy glory being predominant. After the supper came a Choice selection of literary exercises consisting of songs recitations Etc., which were All so excellent that it would be improper to draw any invidious distinction for a fall went merry As a marriage Bell a. Is Hicksville Quot i _ Seth r. Meek of Chicago Chapel sunday evening spent sunday the guest of his Southerton protracted meetings begin at the Wagner boys Are hauling Cord Wood and logs for the Box Hall purchased a new horse recently. Harry Crawford wears a Broad smile it is a boy Jesse Grant father s people Here John Burger w. D. Wilson e. D. Ackerman and Frank Dalrymple were Defiance visitors last Friday. Our merchants enjoyed a Rush of Trade last saturday that Seldom drove to Defiance thursday comes their Way More than or we. Searle took a Load of Corn to Rice thursday for Rev. T. H. Mansfield miss Brocker visited her sister. Mrs. Max Wells last week Gottleib Wahl and family Wen the guests of b. A. Mansfield and family a wednesday Alfred conk right was the guest of win. Searle and wife monday Frank Porter and family of Rice were the guests of his parents or. And mrs. J. Porter sunday Dora Fritz drove to Defiance thursday. Rev. T. H. Mansfield and family visited David Wisterman at Wisterman Friday look out for the c. L. Amp m. For the engine has been repaired and the train is running again Max Wells mrs. Henry Baer of Fayette visiting friends in this Vicinity. Mrs. Fra. Rowe is now fully in stalled in his new store building i called on mrs. Win. Searle mourn which he has an ample Supply Day a. Smith of Highland of dry goods furniture boots Center visited in Rice sunday and shoes All hastily arranged to please the Eye of the visitor and Hopes for a Liberal share of Public patronage or. H. C Coy now occupies the second floor of his new building which serves As a Fine Roomy office in which to carry on the Good county line. Wesley Krull of Edgerton is visiting Robt. Seizer they attended school together in Berea Ohio or. And mrs. Chas. Freadhoff Are the proud parents of a Little Minnie Defiance College the opening of Defiance College for the 1903 has been most auspicious there being one Hundred and thirty students enrolled. This is a gain of 50 per cent Over last year the highest number enrolled in 1902 being 65. Two new teachers have been secured for the next Quarter one of whom will be a Normal expert. The building will be improved in a substantially manner one of the most notable features being a Newt steam heating Plant. This will insure even steady heat in All parts of the building and will make the College very comfortable. One Hundred new volumes have been added to the College Library. The new Quarter will begin monday Jan. 26th. The management and friends of the College have been making a great Effort to push the school and it is certainly most encouraging that they should be Able to make such a splendid showing help push along the work of de Ance College. Ayersville David Butler drove to Leipsic tuesday prof j. W. Miller is Able to be out again. He expects to take his place in school next Kusian has gone to Bucyrus and Toledo to visit mrs. Frank Kusian is convalescent from a Short attack of pneumonia mrs. Alice Sponsler has been visiting her sister mrs. Henry Harter. Mrs. T. D. Harris is on the sick Lis j Dave Hill the auctioneer is in Luck some one put a new hat in his buggy in Defiance sat urday. Dave will not say Wyeth it is a lady a or gents hat. Cal Smith and family visited at pleasant Bend sunday Rev. And mrs. W. S. Culp went to Ada wednesday. They will return saturday the revival meeting at the m. E. Church closed on sunday evening. Four persons were converted three Lave United with the Church. Lev. Culp will begin revival services at Sharon sunday evening. Samaritan like Wrork of guiding Smith of Brunersburg is Stav people away from harmful Agen Jug tier Uncle c. I Finland Des of disease and helping nature for a Short time protracted to expel them from those who meeting began again monday it Are ill. Aarn. Schroeder has a was stopped week on account of to sorial parlor in the building the cold weather a Little girl formerly occupied by Dell. C. Came to stay at the Home of or. Coy Alvin Fauver has moved an v1 is. B. Steinmyer last week his to sorial parlor to the lower Henry Miller and family visit floor of the Runer building e j Henry Frank sunday air. Where he is ready to serve his and y re Leo it Kellermyer visited patrons As of Yore mis Carrie their daughter mrs. F. Val Dick Reynolds and mrs. T. F. Kelsey Man sunday Chas. Eding of Wauseon spent saturday with wife and daughter visited her Sis mrs. H. C. Coy mrs. H. A. Ter mrs. F. Vav. Hickman sunday Fauver returned Home saturday Wesley Krull and Robert set from a visit with relatives in to Zer visited win. Demland sunday Ledo miss Emma Harrington Jacob birr and family and of Bryan is the guest of mrs Theale Boley and family visited weighing of All kinds on the new Fairbanks Scales 2 drafts to cents. Your patronage solicited. -309 and 311 Perry Street Corwin amp Kiser bldg. Joe Freeborn . Seara the kind you have always bought signature of to in in the great overcoat Sale of . Kin6&son. Defiance Ohio will commence tomorrow Jan. 22,1903. 200 overcoats will be sold regardless of Cost. Olt 3 a of cd o Ney miss Grace Variot Leorah Fretter and John Doud attended the teachers quarterly Institute at Defiance saturday. Clyde Feller and Harry Par tee Are Tome from Toledo on a vacation mrs. Or. Hartshorn and mrs. Reynolds spent Friday and saturday in Defiance a Chimney at de bergmans store burned out saturday. No damage done Chas. Gaiter formerly of this place but late of Toledo is on Lis Way to Venezuela South America or. And mrs. Gee. Gaiter of Bryan visited mrs. A e. Dreher saturday every body is through harvesting ice. Rev. Fuller began revival meetings at the Church of god Bethel sunday John Hanna de and will Rollins left tuesday for Louisburg to resume work on the c. N. Railroad pres. Doyle of l. In of Chicago was present at the Institute at Defiance. The teachers of Washington township held their regular meeting at Ney Friday evening d. Al Whetstone our county school examiner is sick with smallpox at his Home in Evansport. Geo. Harmon mrs. B. Fauver of Fayette is a visiting friends Here Martin Willeman or. Is Home from Ashton la., where he has been the past Mchenry Dirr visited party consisting of three sled Sophia Hickman sunday. Loads drove to the Home of f. Van Duson and spent thursday evening of last week. C. Demland sunday Christ Demland and children visited his sister airs. Sophia miss Lionie Smith and mrs. Ioos Reward too tile readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science Nas been Able to cure in All its stage and that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh cure mistakenly internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Jewell Bert Horr is in Frontier Mich on business mrs. A. Baker is Carton Reno i with of is of or i of the system thereby destroying Tho foundation be using a. Weck w1lq mis. Mui 0f the disease and giving the patient strength Gan in Dundee Ramus lost a valuable horse recently Vergie Hull has completed Job putting up ice for the . Geir will ship Stock saturday miss Rilla Young has returned from Michigan Sanford Durban of Rice by building up the Constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so Mutch Feitli in its curative Powers that they offer one Hundred dollars for any Case that it Falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address f. J. Cheney amp co. Toledo Sold by druggists 75c. Halls family pills Are the Hest. Diary the City being full of peo-1 pie Frank Snyder returned Home last Friday from quite an extended business trip through Wood Hancock and other counties c. G. Shephard of Shelby spent the latter part of last week and the first of this week with his afflicted parents Here a. N. Grant of it. Wayne ind., was shaking hands Here with his Many friends last thursday. Shin Bros disposed of their livery Stock last week to Albert Jackson who took immediate Possession g. B. Wilson and Frank Dalrymple were in Toledo this week on business the Farmers of West Milfurd Are trying to influence Hicksville Telephone people and Edgerton Telephone people to enter into a reciprocity Between themselves so they can have the use of both towns for the Price of one mrs. L. N. Faulkner returned to it. Wayne thursday after a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Robert Lartin w. Al. Price has resigned his position with the Telephone co. And accepted one with the postal Telegraph co. At Albion id Aliss Bessie Wright visited friends in Paulding the latter part of last week. Rev. F. A. Stanton filled his pulpit Here both morning and evening Hugh Crary of Chicago Iii after some weeks v friends Here returned Home this week to his labors the k. P. Banquet Here last week at the Parlours of the Al. E. Church was a grand Success the spread far surpassed the expectations of the most fastidious but the ladies of that Church never do things by halves and the entertainer was an artist in his profession and a Good time had by All who participated a Sleigh Load of Young people from Here enjoyed the hospitality of Antwerp friends last wednesday a number of teachers from Here were in attendance at the Institute saturday last in Defiance. We. R. Walden of this place is in Chicago this week buying his Spring Stock of goods Chas Wetzel joined him wednesday or. And airs. J. H. Palmer of Wel neat o., Are visiting the family of h. Herd on Smith Street. Ray Davis of St. Joe ind., in our City monday. Established 185� Tibe first Iha tonal Bank Defiance Ohio capital $175,000.00 surplus $50,000.00 the oldest and strongest Bank in Northwestern Ohio. Transacts a general banking business absolute Security that Money deposited will remain subject to the command of the depositor. The knowledge that Loans in the nature of discounts will b8 granted with the utmost liberality possible under sound banking and the Assurance that the Bink has unequalled facilities for the prompt and proper transaction of such badness As May be entrusted to it these Are the factors that to Ive 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 th9 world. Collections attended to with accuracy and dispatch. $103,-000.00 to loan on Good Security. Obituary. Jermina Partee was born in j real estate co. Alain office Surrey North Dakota. Buy and sell and make Loans on improved lands excellent lots for Sale in West half of Surrey Tow site. For further information address me a4 Defiance Ohio Geo. W. Burke Noble township airs. Sloppy a hands were burned Are a Settino which better wanted for Defiance county general agent for the most progressive up to Date Well established old Lane life insurance company in United states contract direct with the company rare Opportunity for Good Eliab e energetic business Man. Address Agency director. Box 363, Cincinnati Ohio. For Sale 80 acres of land the Northwest one half of Noi theist one fourth Section 8, Defiance township. Very reasonable. Call on or address j. L. C. Brown Defiance of Legal notice. Was was Here recently marketing Hia Stuckey buzzed Wood for will Halter last Corn. Germany Tiffin Chas. Gares of West Unity visited Here last week the following officers were elected Sun smallpox in Noble yet protracted meetings Are still going on at the free Aleth Odist Church Ora Grogg looks As Happy As Day evening by members of the a Lai it a since he is papa Aneth Epworth league of St Johns or wedding in Noble township Church for six months pres., John Miler has relatives Fred Gares 1st vice pres., Henry visiting him l. Stuckey and Stock 2nd vice pre3., Grace Beth Brothers expect to move their Mel Sec., Vernie Rethmel asst. 8aw onto j. 0. A islet s farm Sec Flora Craine organist in Tiffin township to Sav Timber Bertha Stever asst organist for his new House v. A. Goddard delivered some Poland Skunk town Henry Mars House and wife were in Continental wednesday a. Peck and son Earl were in Holgate saturday. Air. And airs. Henry Mars House visited his Mother sunday. Mrs. A. Peck was the guest of miss Flo Scott saturday. S Henry Miller put up ice Friday. G. Wahl w Ife and children called on Orange and Bryant Mansfield wednesday Bertha and Clay ton Miller visited Minnie Katie and Teddy Wahl sunday g. Wahl took a Load of Hay to Defiance Alondan miss Flo Scott and miss Minnie Upthegrove were in new Bavaria Friday or. Ham of Continental visited Henry Mars House monday. Or it of c v stain Tea you Well. Cares w if a i Rocky makes you Welt pimples blotches liver Maries skin erupt Paia a Rue a jibe jaundice b a a a a congested kidneys. Sluggish bowels bladder disorders indigestion re stores Beatty and perfect womanhood food for grandpa loved by grandma makes rather Strong helps Mother do the housework makes the girls and boys Well and keeps baby Good natured All of the time. Tbs made Only or co. Indie Mew Hattie Alshouse treas., Alary Gares librarians Blanche Craine and Nellie . Col on and de Peterson of Stryker visited Here monday or. And mrs. Geo. Kellermier returned Home saturday b. F. Stock some China Brood sows to parties in Paulding county saturday. John Lahn and air. Alack Are still cutting Timber on the Schatz farm near auction Pat Alc. Donald of Adams township clerked for Willis Keister Satur-1 passed through Here wednesday Day or. And mrs. John Kuhn a k floppy is to i it build a lot of new Fence this year and or. And mrs. C. Kuhn visit f a. Goddard has a couple de Fred Kellermier sunday 0f Nice Poland China Stock hogs Geo. Gansmiller lost a horse last for Sale. They Are Nice ones and . And mrs. Lewis risible to record. A. F. Bowe Linebrink visited Bison Marckel in 1dk of Viss j x to a ii Gaultier is still sunday j. H. Beiderwell sold Stella a. Goddard was on the his farm to his son in Law Rev. Program at the meeting of the Werten Birger. John Milter Philo society at the College Fri and Mother went to Archbold i Day night. Monday to visit the latter a father who is very sick Anna and Mabel Young visited mrs. Rankins one Day last week. Farmer mrs. C. F. Thourot is spending several Days with her daughter at Bryan g. W. Dustin is very ill with Little Hope of recovery will Hanna will move to the Foster farm this week. Ransom Stone departed this life 17,f 1903, aged 73 years and 3 Days. He leaves a wife three sons one daughter two Brothers and two Sisters and a Host of relatives. The funeral took place at the Farmer Church at la a. In. Monday Rev. Grant w. Spear officiating. Interment in Farmer cemetery the question for debate at the literary saturday evening is a resolved that Corporal punishment should be abolished in our Public i indigestion Somersville. Huffman amp Simons buzzed Wood for a. J. Kern Friday. John Mekus is hauling Timber from Aaron alar keeps Woods. Pat Jennings of Defiance is working for Peter Westrick. A great number of the Young people have been making Good use of the Sleigh ing in the evening Peter Kerns had several cd teams hauling baled Hay to Defiance mail boxes is the go Here or no mail. Geo Chase hauled Corn to Market monday Wade Rethmel purchased abroad sow of John a Higbea monday. Defiance county Ohio april 9th, 1835. She was United in marriage to Geo. A. Benner aug. 14, 1856. To them were born five children three son and two daughters. They settled Iii Tiffin township this county where they resided for about nine years when they moved to Washington township where they have resided for thirty seven years and until the master called her Home. She was converted when a girl 15 years of age and joined the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. When removing to Washington township she United with the Church of god As she Felt it her duty to have a Church Home. About 15 years ago she again identified herself with the Church in which she was converted and became a member of the Prairie Creek class of the i the u. B. Church of which she remained a most honoured Ani faithful member until her Transfer to the Church triumphant above. With willing hands and a Brave heart she supplemented the efforts of her companion battling with the forests and sharing in the privations of a Pioneer life to secure a Home for themselves the fruit of which she was permitted to enjoy a number of years. It is but a modest statement to say that sister Benner was one of the noblest women that Ever graced a Community. A faithful wife a devoted Mother a kind neigh Ber and a consecrated Christian her influence like a Benediction lingers with us today and will continue with the years. Her illness was protracted and Hor and Sprino a pvt a Hilt slip Liott i said corporation desire to surrender i Ner suite Reg Seele Usu sue Uuie corporate authority and franchises Ai it All without a murmur. She departed this life dec. 23rd, 1902, aged 67 years 8 months Aud 14days. Her husband five children Twenty four grandchildren and a Host of friends survive to deplore their loss which to her is eternal gain. The funeral services occurred from the Bethel Church at Ney dec. 25tb, 1902, conducted by Rev. J. Vav. Lilly of Hicksville assisted by Rev. J. F. Miller of Bryan. Card of thanks. We desire to return our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for their kindly Aid and also the choir for its Sweet music during the illness and death of our beloved wife and Mother. Geo. W. Benner and children. Charles j. Lambert whose place of residence is unknown will take notice that on the 27th Day of december a. I 1902, Sadie l. Lambert tiled her petition in the probate court of Defiance county Ohio being cause no. 384, praying a divorce from the said Charles 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 he granted. Sadie l. Lambert by h. B. Harris and John p. Cameron her attorneys. It Legal notice. To the stockholders of the Defi Box co. Ance Brookville John Hubaker and family a a of the Defiance a Home having amp loan Assoria Defiance spent sunday with air. Will for a time receive Money Hanna and family Abe Gorrel on Deposit for which certificates and wife of Glenburn spent Sun Day Here miss Florence Ballinger of aloud Creek is working for airs. Kate Fig lev Geo. Car ver has purchased a piece of land of Ben ale yer formerly the Chas. Garlinger property and has also purchased a House of John Peterson which he is moving Oil his farm Clarence and Manford Peterson drove to Defiance daughter of we. Figley is reported very sick with lung trouble. Will be issued drawing interest from Date payable january first and july first. Loans on farm Security at six per cent per annul. No commission Small expense d it Whf c. B. Squire Sec a. Partnership dissolution. Notice is hereby Given that the firm of Cameron and Hall heretofore doing Busi business at Evansport Ohio is mutually dissolved that or. C. L. Hall retires from the firm and or. A. C. Cameron will continue the business at the same place. C. Ii. Hall a. C. Cambron. C3t dyspepsia or. Joseph Enki a genuine dynamited number homeopathic j preparation Kyj i is the Only scientific remedy for dyspepsia. Indigestion and Mal assimilation of food. Acid stomach and erect actions Prosis formation of gases with bloating and pains sense of fullness weight aching burning cutting and Dull heavy pains headaches Waterh rash sympathetic heart symptoms palpitation pressure on lungs with difficult breathing from Gas formation. In constipated cases use no. 35 in alter nation. Where there is prostration and weakness use no 53 in alternation. In Catarrh of stomach see Booklet ase no. 56. 70 remedies Tor to different Dingee gee our booklets a Short Road to health and a treatise on private diseases free by mail or of druggists. Tbs Erk Medicine co Union City hid. Sold in Defiance by women Burger St Emery. South Tiffin. C. A. Burwell returned to the West Kuhl has accepted a position in the interurban Street car line Power House at Delaware j. C. Helmick of new Haven ind., is visiting Here. David f. Kuhn has purchased All the hoop poles in the Freese Woods Thomas j. Tittle will erect a new House in the Spring. In the passing of John Herman Meyers Tiffin township loses one of her fore most citizens. He was an enterprising German american citizen and a thorough Christian Kuhn amp Partee Are cutting ice for the children a Home Rittenhouse amp Partee buzzed Wood for the children a Home Friday Clinton shirk is rejoicing Over a boy baby. Fred Kellermier is somewhat improved Miller Bros have a lot of work at their saw Mill. C. C. Plumbing and Gas fitted deep Well pumps. And everything in the plumbing Gas line for Sale and at lowest Price Clinton by Between and 5th Street 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 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. Rn., of said Day and that All the directors to 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 and franchises. By order Board of directors. 4t4 f. W. Young Secretary. Case no. Notice. Sarah Mccormick plaintiff is. Notice. Thomas Mccormick. Defendant i Thomas Mccormick who resides at no. 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 May be divorced from the said Thomas Mccormick and reasonable Alimony which petition will stand for hearing on and after the 3rd Day of february 1903. Sarah Mccormick 8 3t plaintiff. 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 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 n cd , Man n. Indiana Road Byr. Chicago Art Compaq. A i tools axes chains Cross Cut saws cant Hooks Etc. W. A. Kehnast co

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