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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - January 22, 1903, Defiance, Ohio P woodwards futo 67 to its / a wet smoke the modern method of smoking hams sausage and meats of All kind. 50c. A quart. Woodwards drug store Money to loan at 4% per cent interest. Dey Ayers. Jennie m. Gallimore has been divorced from Chas. Gallimore and Given her Maiden name Mccann. Sylvester Peter and Olive Deepe and Peter j. Smith and Jennie m. Caine have been licensed to wed Chas. Rowland of the express who has been visiting his son Guy in Chicago the past ten Days returned Home monday for a $3. 50 pail of prussian Stock food. This is to introduce it. This offer is for 30 Days Only. <6the Weald pm Macy we seab Irger amp Emery props letter from or Burns. Evening. Dias. Morris who was formerly employed by Al Mangus has bought Albe Yan skivers grocery in East Defiance. He will take charge on wednesday. Chas. Hart the Man who was arrested Here saturday night for passing forged checks had a hearing before Justice c. H. Hunter this morning. He plead guilty to the charge and was bound Over to the grand jury. Judge j. Ii. Hockman and . Phelps will form a Law partnership after the former retires from the probate judges office. They will have a suite of rooms fixed up in the old Democrat building on Clinton Street. Mrs. Elmer White died at her late Home in san Francisco cal., Friday last. She was the wife of Elmer White who years ago was the editor of the Defiance Democrat. The deceased was aged about fifty four years and leaves besides her husband two grown sons Irwin and Lyman. Jacob Adams one of the prosperous Farmers of Highland township left tuesday morning for the Gulf coast accompanied by his wife. Their daughter m. Dell is teaching school at it. Bayou Jackson county Mississippi and they will visit with her for about three months. The members of Phelps command u. Y. U., will give their 6th annual masquerade Ball in the City Hall on Friday evening feb 13, and expect to have a big time. One of the features of the Ball will be a prize a $10 Gold ring lady s or gents. A number Between i and 150 will be marked on a card which will be placed in an envelope. Every one who buys a ticket to the Ball will have a Chance on the ring. The Village of Evansport is up against the smallpox proposition Good and hard. Two weeks ago the children of the Public schools were exposed to the disease and were All quarantined this including the principal 1. M. Whetstone. Or. Whetstone has the smallpox now in a mild form. The people of the Village Are enforcing the quarantine and do not anticipate anything serious. Or. M. B. Replogle is the physician in charge of the smallpox patients Iii that Vicinity. Or. George Winn also of Evansport is in Harmony with or. Replogle and they Hope to stamp out the disease without much trouble. Vire give place in this Issue to a very entertaining letter from or. J. J. Burns who is spending the Winter with his wife and miss Burns at Orlando Fla. The doctor is always entertaining when he writes or talks. We note that lie keeps an Eye on the weather bulletins and is training his ears to catch t he echoes of the songs of the North land gales. Doctor Hie storm Here sunday and sunday night was something frightful. The thermometer went Down to 8 below Zero with a forty mile an hour Gale along the Maumee Valley Highlands. It is Well that you were in Orlando Florida. Have the choir sing that old familiar song a a Praise god from who All blessings flow the Jay Bird and English Sparrow Are about All that Are left to us of the Bird kind. Stolen eyesight procrastination is the thief of eyesight but a thief that cannot be called to account for his mis doing. Guard Well your eyes by the Best Sentinel known properly fitted glasses. Proper glasses Cost very Little More Money than improper ones. They certainly Quot Cost much less Eye Strain. And the satisfaction of knowing you have the right ones is More than Worth the Money difference. Yingling. Jeweler optician in any amount at All times at the very lowest rate of interest payable yearly for a term of one to ten years with privilege of partial payments. Loans quickly made. Call on or address la. W. Lewis Block Defiance o. A very pretty Home wedding. Miss Fannie Switzer of Sherwood married to or. C. G. Johnson. Chas. G. Johnson and Fannie Edna Switzer have been licensed to wed. In cleaning up the auditor s office today a warrant was found that had been issued March 9th, 1867, to Cronkilton so Irvington for guarding tin county Safe. The amount was $236. Or. And mrs. Edward Polson Are the Happy parents of a bouncing baby Bov. Which came to their Home at 2 p. In. Today. Grandpa or. Ii. . Myers is Happy Over the event. Jacob Dickman the Veteran Bee keeper has associated with his son under the firm name of Jacob Dickman so son. They Supply our town with a very Fine article found at All groceries. 2t the Home of John Mosure in Adams township is under quarantine a. Herr who works for him being Down with smallpox sick Man is a son of widow Herr of Tiffin township and is sup posed to have contracted the disease there. A very pretty Home wedding occurred today at Sherwood on Harrison Street at the Switzer residence. Miss Fanny the Only daughter of or. And mrs. Fill Switzer formerly residents of this City was married to or. C. G. Johnson or Logansport ind. Or. Johnson is a Weli to do Young Man and holds a respond sibe position with the Pacific express company his run Over the Toledo Chicago Branch of the Wabash extending from Toledo to it. Waviah. Nearly thirty years ago or. And mrs. Fill Switzer were married in the first presbyterian Church of Defiance by Rev. B. By. Slagle. Today the same Good minister married their daughter. Promptly at la of clock the strains of the wedding March a a Tell me pretty Maiden a a selection from Floradora opera sounded through the rooms which were fragrant with bouquets of roses and carnations and resplendent with decorations of ferns and similar. Congratulated. Or. Johnson secures a handsome Bride and miss Fannie a worthy husband. Or. C. E. Johnson the father of the Groom has been route agent of the Pacific express company for about Twenty years and is Well know in Defiance in k. Circles. The newly married couple left this afternoon for Logansport ind., for a Brief visit. After next week they will be at Home to their friends at no. 3 Paris Flats Michigan Street Toledo where or. Johnson has a snugly furnished Home awaiting his Bride. May Long life Prosperity and happiness be the portion of the Young people. The Groom was arrayed in Black and the Bride in a travelling suit of Tan and White and carried a Boquet of White roses. She never looked Loviner. After the ceremony and the usual congratulations an elaborate dinner was served the misses Cora Maggie and Olive Miller of Sherwood assisting. The relatives present were or. And mrs. C. E. Johnson of Logansport ind., father and Mother of the Groom. Or. And mrs. Geo. W. Kirk and mrs. Mary Kirk of Defiance. Postmaster and mrs. Thompson were the Only out of town friends present. Mrs. Thompson room to be occupied by t he pros fam Ishing the music for the Occa Eluting attorney while in l. Brinsmade is at work on the auditor s office. The commissioners will make a great mistake if they do not put new furniture in the auditors office. It will look bum with tile old counters. Billie Cowen is decorating the Sion. The Young couple Are to be fifty of the Vav. R. C. Ladies went to the Home of mrs. Chas. Newton tuesday afternoon in response to a cordial invitation to visit her. Although some of the ladies had a hard time get tin i out there and were obliged to walk part of the Way in the a Beautiful Snow a yet when All were finally gathered around the comfortable and cheery fires the unpleasant things were forgotten and All gave themselves up to a general Good time. Mrs. G. W. Deatrick recited and a phonograph afforded great pleasure during the afternoon and evening. Mrs. Newton was assisted in serving the elegant 6 of clock dinner by mesdames Abe Smith Rena Burton and Lloyd Newton and Austin and Cora May. Just before starting for Home All were treated to Fine apples. The w. R. C. Has enjoyed or. And mrs. Newtons hospitality a number of times and we Are glad to pronounce them splendid entertainers. Mrs. E j. Webb corps correspondent. Castoria Tor infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the of signature of what do you need Scarf pins studs brooches chains lockets fobs and watches. We have what you want at any Price you want. A. X. Weisen Burger amp go., jewellers amp. Opticians 2>\3 Clinton Street. Big sum the postmaster general has i furnished Congress in pursue Anne of a Resolution introduced by senator Hanna a Mem Oran Durn showing there is due to the j Ohio postmasters who served in i the �?T60s and 70s Between $115,-1000 and $125,000 on account of i a misinterpretation by the Post a office department of a Law relat i ing to tile compensation of postmasters. It is now the purpose of Congress to adjust these accounts and the memorandum of the postmaster general will furnish the basis of an appropriation which will be made either this Winter or by the next Congress. There Are fourteen Hundred of these accounts. Chas. . Evans former postmaster of Defiance is put Down for a slice of seven Hundred Dol ars. Or. Levans is Well up in years and the sum due him from Uncle Sam would no doubt come in Handy. Or. Evans lives on a farm with a daughter seven or eight Miles from Defiance just Over the line in Putnam county. He receives his mail at Rice p. O. Banana agent was stricken with paralysis. Dissolution Sale John c. Vandenbroek. Having purchased the entire interest of the big clothing and shoe store will open one of the greatest sales Ever heard of in Defiance. The immense Stock of boots shoes clothing and furnishings must be Cut Down forty per cent and prices will be lower than you have Ever heard of. A v "32 menus and Young menus suits and overcoats. $ 5 00 suits and overcoats 4 00 7 00 a a a a 5 of menus and Young pants. Menus i 00 pants i 50 a a Here is an Opportunity to get what you need at Cost and also secure guesses on the bean contest just before its close january 29, at noon. Menus shirts 2 00 menus stiff bosom i 25 i 50 a a a a 44 i to i of 4 4 44 4 4 75 i 50 menus soft shirts i 15 i of 4 4 4 4 4 4 80 50 i 4 4 4 4 4 39 boys and children a suits and overcoats. 2 00 suits and overcoats i 50 2 50 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 of 3 of 4 4 4 4 2 25 3 50 44 2 75 400 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 00 4 50 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 75 5 of 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 of 6 00 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 of 7 of 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 50 8 00 4 4 4 4 4 1 6 00 menus underwear. 78c Cotton fleece suit 70 i of 4 4 4 4 4 4 80 i of Wool 4�?~ 44 80 2 of 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 60 2 00 part Wool i 50 2 50 All 2 of 3 00 4 4 4 4 2 25 4 of 4 4 4 4 3 00 i 50 menus Union suits i of 2 of 4 4 4 4 4 i 50 3 of 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 25 copyright 1902 Michaela Stern 8c co Rochester menus shoes. Hanan amp son $6 and $7 shoes.$5 Hanan amp son $5 shoes. .$4.00 All styles of $3. 50 shoes. 2.95 All styles of $3.00 shoes. 2.45 boys shoes. $3 5� glazed kid shoes. $2.85 2. 50 velour calf. 1.95 2.00 Box calf. 1.85 of and Grain she from 1.15 to 1.25 ladies shoes. $5 00 Pat kid shoes $4 25 4 50 or. Reed shoes 3 75 4 00 Pat kid shoes 3 40 3 50 Pat turn and Welt so. 2 90. Misses shoes. $2 50 Pat kid shoes at. $1 95 2 00 turn and Welt shoes. I 80 i 75 Pat and Stock tip. 150 i 25 Dongola. 95c hats Caps ties mufflers and fancy Hose Cut in like proportion. Remember our motto is As before satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded and precise the same to All. Stock is new. Don t miss this Opportunity. John v Vandenbroek. Much interest shown at teachers Institute it is indicative of Progress West. In the North Harry j. Lange banana messenger of Yaccaro bros., fruit importers of new Orleans la., was stricken with pary it a while standing Iii front of the first National Bank this City shortly before noon today. It Isth duty of or. Lange to take out train loads of bananas and distribute them at different Points through the country. He had just finished up a train Load and came to this City from Tiffin today. There was something wrong with his transportation Over the War. Evans is now quite Bash and so he came Down town and telegraphed his House at new Orleans for funds also the Branch office at Chicago. Both places responded and wired funds but did not waive identification. Or. Lang could not get any one to identify him and had just come out of the first National Bank on his Way to the Telegraph office when stricken with paralysis. He was assisted upstairs to the office of the Western Union Telegraph co., where or. E. E. K. Chapman was called to attend him. Lange is a very sick Man his entire left Side being paraded. He May not recover. Lange was taken to the hotel Defiance shortly after noon. Death. Eitnier mrs Rebecce Ellen Eitnier died at her Home Iii West Defiance tuesday morning aged 42 trs., to to. And 25 Days. Funeral will occur at i p. In. Thursday Rev. De Whitlock officiating. The remains will be interred in Riverside cemetery. The enthusiasm and interest shown by the teachers at the quarterly Institute saturday is a Good indication that we Are progressing in educational work in Northwestern Ohio. About fifty teachers met at the Central school building saturday morning to hold the first quarterly Institute for the year. Prof ii. . Mitchell As chairman called the meeting to order at 9 30 a. In. After singing and the scripture lesson the following questions were discussed should examiners require a course of Reading from their teachers this question was discussed by prof. Bagnell of Hicksville or. Doyle of Chicago prof. Mitchell and s. I. Gruner county examiner. It was the opinion of these men that teachers ought to take some course of Reading that would keep them in touch with their work. Should a teachers fee be charged to belong to the county association after some discussion it was decided by a vote of the teachers present that a fee should be charged the amount of this fee to be determined at the next annual Institute in August. How Long should a teacher on tile lowest Grade certificate be carried along this question provoked much discussion and was Fili ally decided by a vote being taken. It was the opinion of the teachers that they ought not to be carried along Formo Rethan three years. Primary teachers to be Given a primary teachers examination. Other questions that were Dis cussed were the county boxy Well graduate. Does the county Institute Benefit the county teacher what change would you suggest the afternoon session was opened by singing led by prof. Canfield. The question a school exhibits and a the Small country school what to do with it a were discussed and Many practical suggestions made. Miss Prueser gave a Short talk on a some things that May be done in nature some of the pupils work was exhibited. Miss Heater followed with a Short talk on a English grammar a showing How the important parts in grammar might be make easy for the average Pupil. Miss Heater gave some very helpful suggestions. The Institute then adjourned to meet March 28, 1903, it Hicksville o. It is to be hoped that every teacher in the county will attend. Much of the Success of the Institute is due to the efforts of r. W. Mitchell who has tried to bring every teacher touch with the association. In or. G. D. Edgar has leased two of the rooms formerly occupied by g. W. Fuller in the karst building on third Street. He now occupies rooms on the be earn floor of the same building but will move his dental office As soon As his new quarters can be fixed up. Or. Edgar has buildup a Fine business and a ground floor office will be appreciated by his patrons. Joe Freecorn the junk Man has installed a new Fox Type writing machine in his office on Perry Street. Johnny Sieren is the bookkeeper and typewriter. Curley Thompson was in the City last evening and looked upon the wine. He slept somewhere he is not certain about the place. From the color of his clothes one would judge that it was in a Coal bin. The knights of pythias held a pleasant social session monday evening. About sixty persons were present. Progressive Pedro was the game of the evening. Mrs. C. J. Daoust won the greatest number of games and was awarded a Beautiful spoon bearing the inscription a Knight of pythias social session a mrs. E. Travis acting As gentleman received the gentleman a prize a very pretty pocket knife.1 mrs. George Wohn received the Booby prize. After cards refreshments were served in the dining room the menu consisting of cake Rolls pickles bananas and Coffee. The markets. Financial. New York Jan. 20.�?money�?on 4 54% per cent. Prime Mere an pamper 5 55% per cent. Sterling change firm at $4.87% for demand. Government Bonds Strong. Grain provisions and live Stock. Flour Minnesota Patent $4.10 54.30 wheat no. 2 red 82%c. Corny no. 2 Tat 60c. Oats no. 2 at 4214c. Hay firm. Beeves steers $4.50 55.40. Yeah $5.50@9.75. Sheep steady $3.00 54.75, Bambi $5.25@6.-50. Hogs yorkers $6.85 56.90. I denier mrs. Isaac Den Nier died tuesday morning at her Home on the it Wayne Road. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. Of Castonia. Bean tie _ / lh0 kit and you have always Bouget Vandenbroeke a guessing contest will close Jan. 29, at noon. The Beans will be counted at i of clock. The following gentlemen have been selected to do the counting j. J. Thieroff l. E. Daoust we. Hedrick i. N. Brechbill j. A. Dein Doerfer c. J. Thompson John Schneider jr., j. 0. Ralston Jno. C. Dienel Geo. Elliott. We Are closing out our entire Stock of Fine hand decorated lamps. Prices Cut 25c on the $1.00. All lamps Are new and up to Date. A Chance to get a Good article cheap. At Mollencupp a leading jeweler co. Optician. Cleveland Jan. 20.�?flour�?wintei wheat patents $4.10 54.25. Wheat be. 2 red 79c. Corny no. 2 yellow 49%<. Oats no. 3 White 39e. Butter Best Creamery 30%c. Cheese York state 14c. Eggs strictly fresh 31c. Potatoes Best grades 65 570c. Cattle a Choice steers $4.65 55.5 1 Best calves $3.00 58.25. Sheep a Best Wethers $4.00 54.50 beat lambs $5.75 55.s5. Hogs yorkers $6.40. Chicago Jan. 20. A wheat maj 79 a. Corny january 46%c. Oats january 34c. Pork january $17.75. Lard january $10.15. Cattle Good to prime steers $4.75 @6.00, poor to medium $3.00@4.50. Hogs Good to Choice heavy $6.60 3 6.75, Light $5.80 5 6.15. Sheep Good to Choice wether $4,25 54.50, lambs $4.25 56.00. Toledo Jan. 20.�?wheat�?cash 79 it corny january 46%c. Oats january 56 a. Dover seed january $7.02%. Bast Liberty Jan. 20.�?cattle�? Choice steers $5.25 5 5.40, Good $4.75 3 6.00. Hogs prime heavy $6.75, pigs $6.40 sheep a Best Wethers $4.50 54.60. Choice lambs $5.75 55.90. East Buffalo Jan. 20.�?cattle prime steers $5.15 55.50, Veals $9.25 a 10.00. Hogs heavy $6.70 56.80, pigs $6.60. Sheep top lambs $6.00 56.10, Afeei h. Kinnane left for Parkersburg Xiv. Va., on business tuesday evening. B. B. Thomas who has been running a grocery on upper Holgate ave., the past past year has sold his Stock and retired from business. On looking around Venezuela discovers that it needs a loan of $25,000,000 to meet urgent necessities. Revolution is a poor National Industry. The executive committee having charge of the entertainment of Defiance commander no. 30, in. T., to be Given on the 28th inst., held a meeting last evening and completed arrangements for one of the most elaborate entertainments Ever Given by any of our local societies. The festivities will begin promptly at eight of clock Standard regardless of whether the guests have All assembled at that time or not. The knights Templar cannot possibly entertain All their friends and therefore have drawn the lines very closely in their invitations knights Templar and the members of their individual household one and Royal Arch masons and Only lady Only Are invited to attend and in no Case Are any of the invitations transferrable. Fresh bread and cakes daily Browne a bakery the markets Price paid for farm prod Acta dealers by Loc a corrected daily by we potatoes new per by. Lard per la. Beans per by. Butter per la. Eggs per dozen. Corrected daily by Martin. 35la. 2 of 16 28 Defiance milling wheat per by. Oats. Corn ear. Corrected daily Hay no. I per ton. Wheat new company. 748358 by a Gro Weg. La of 74 Oats per by. 83 Corn old. 58 Rye. 46 corrected daily by the h. P. Miller co. Hides Green per la. 06 hides salted per la. 07 half hides per la. 08 Spring chickens per la. 06 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 50 5 of lard per la. To chickens old. $ Young chickens. Oft it huh . Tut. A. Jln. A a it a

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