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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - July 16, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Paris Green and hellebore 25c. La. Paris Green 25c la. Woodwards drug store $1.50 hammocks for $1.10. Bargain prices on croquet sets. A the Ideal pharmacy Weisenberger amp Emery props the kind of frames to be used is very much a matter of taste. It is important. Though that the frames set properly on the nose and at the right distance from the eyes that the lenses be perfectly entered and How Are you to know when some one is guessing. We never guess. Glasses right Good sight. Yingling a jeweler optician Sam Roth formerly with Young bros., will open up a grocery in the Heatley building on Clinton Street Maria Clear has been appointed administer matrix of the estate of Zeddock Clear late of Adams township deceased. Grain Dana Carpenter and miss Ella Conkle left tuesday for pleasant Lake ind. Miss Conkle will visit Over sunday with miss Besse Barr at Auburn. Miss Hattie a. Deatrick of Hopkinsville ky., is Quot visiting her Brothers j. F. And g. W. Deatrick. Miss Deatrick was formerly a teacher Here in our Public schools. A Fine carpet ordered through Harley a Whitaker for the Christian Church North Defiance was caught in a railway wreck East of Chicago Junction and burned. The loss which will be quite heavy we presume will fall upon the railway. St. John s reformed Church Cor. Fourth and Washington sts., Rev. F. E. Lahr pastor. Divine services sunday july 19, As follows sunday school at 9 a. In. German Sermon at to a. In. Sunday school at Sherwood at 2 p. In. German services at 2 30 p. In. All Are cordial invited. Mrs. Jessie fickle was granted a divorce from i. W. Nickle of Farmer township in probate court monday. The matter of Alimony was settled out of court. The plaintiff will receive $1625, being divided into payments As follows 1st year $325 then for 2nd, 3d, 4th and 5tli years $225 per 7ear then $100 per year for four years. The Home of Augustus Michen Felter of Noble township was destroyed by fire at 6 p. In. Monday. Preisendorfe Agency had $600 insurance on the property. Mrs. Geo. Bohn had her household goods stored in the House. Her loss is total As she had no insurance. The property belonged to miss Mary Sanders of Bellevue. The cause of the fire is not known. Social Vandenbroek is Selling Straw hats at actual Cost. All Harry Tuttle of Elkhart ind., is in the City today. Mrs. Heatley is entertaining a company of friends at dinner today in Honor of mrs. J. D. Grapes of Lima who is the guest of mrs. Sarah Fritsch. There was a Large number of maccabees at Island Park tuesday evening. They made the largest theatre party of the season. The evening closed with a dance in the Pavilion. About ten couple called at the Home of or. And mrs. Howard Mccauley on a Glaize Street last evening to help celebrate or. Mccauley a 30th birthday. The evening was spent with music and dancing. Refreshments consisting of ice Cream and cake was served. Howard Marsh of Chicago Junction is in the City today. B. D. Lintz of Washington township was in the City today. Mrs. M. E. Gilbert will leave tomorrow for a visit a Bestfield Mich. Mrs. A. Martin and mrs. T. T. Shaw Are visiting in Napoleon today. Boston stored Hilly great reduction in summer Wash goods. Special lots at 3%c. 5c and 10c per Yard. 25 per cent off on All parasols. Hosiery underwear gloves and mitts. The Best Quality for the least Money. Summer underwear. Negligee shirts Straw hats for men boys and children. Don Wilhelm and Karl ret ten ring will spend thursday by Van. In miss Nettie Gilbert will leave tomorrow7 for Mansfield for a few weeks visit. The county commissioners were in Adams township today on the Maddox ditch. The marriage of miss Ruth Vanskiver and Frank Ile Nische occurred tuesday at St. Mary a Catholic Church at 8 of clock Rev. Francis Doherty performing the ceremony. Miss Nellie Vanskiver sister of the Bride and John Reinisch brother of the Groom attended them. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Home of the Bride. They left on the 10 12 train on a wedding trip. The postmaster is desirous of receiving bids from painters to paint the Iron posts and letter boxes in the City. The Iron posts must be painted a Bronze Green a the letter boxes must have one coat of a a sizing and one coat of a a aluminium Bronze of the Best Quality. The lettering on the boxes must be done with Harrison a unfading Vermilion. Or. Thompson says there a 48 Iron posts and 51 boxes to paint and if there Are any painters in Defiance who can do the work right with the materials specified the Job will be let soon. The following people drove to the Home of or. And mrs. Mccollister two Miles South of the City last evening and attended a dime social for the Benefit of the Oakland m. E. Church misses Lillian and Bernadette Haller Carlie Marshall Florence Bowe and messes. Sommers Billing Liu St Rodeen and Coffey. John sch Embaugh very pleasantly entertained the members of the Defiance military band after the concert monday night the event being in Honor of the Twenty fifth anniversary of the marriage of or. And mrs. Schlem Haugli. The feature of the evenings entertainment was a dutch lunch with a big Supply of Beer As a Side Issue. M iss Patella Daoust who has had charge of the society department of the daily express for several years gave up her place on the paper today and will take other work. Miss Daoust has always been a willing worker and the express will wish her Success in what vocation she May choose. Perhaps some Day she May come Back into the newspaper Field. F. W. Chenev the lumber Deal to 7 or will arrive Here from Elkhart id. Today with his family. M. A. Horn. 0q00q0e00>k>00g q0000000000q i Home grown True to name a _ Juu it adopted to this climate pick a 11 i. It or i v i Clit i \ it Putin the morning and Plant w w the afternoon there Are a Good Many advantages by patronizing your Home Nursery. Prices lower than any j Ober or agent a make on first class Stock. Great care is exercised in raising Only the very Best varieties of Trees shrubs Evergreen roses Cie Matics Etc. The Stock this year is the largest we Ever had. Yon Are invited to look through the Nursery Christ winter1ch South Jefferson Street Defiance Ohio banking by mail. Well ing a accounts from out of town. Perhaps its the 4 per cent on time deposits. N. G. Cunningham has bought a new driving horse Glenn Miller will leave today for a visit in Detroit or. And mrs. H. P. Miller Are spending the week at West Unity. Misses Besse and Myrtle Oaks left this morning for a few Days visit in Toledo. O a o q o or. And mrs. S. F. Shelly left for Sandusky today where they will attend the races. C. J. Daoust cashier. Miss Tena Miller who has been visiting her parents at Sherwood returned Home last evening. Contractor had a close Call monday John c. Vandenbroek and Rudy Doenitz have returned a rom a business trip to Toledo. George Conway who has been visiting Here returned to his Home in Youngstown today. A social will be Given at the Home of mrs. Annette Weller,721 division Street this evening. Mas. Frank Karl and mrs. Joseph Thalman visited mrs Geo. La. Coressel on Adams Ridge today. A Jolly crowd of Young people consisting of about eight couple will drive to the Weidenhamer Home East of town this evening where they will spend the hours in dancing cards and music. The Young ladies have prepared a Fine lunch. The out of town guests Are mrs de Conliss and miss Maud Seibert of Toledo and Dias. Ehrenfred of Tiffin. Miss Leona Russell of Toledo is the guest of her aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Jerry Harrington. Two Marine boilers have been added to the Battery of boilers at the Power House of the p. G. Amp e. Co. Loss of buckle from a belly band caused the trouble. Jacob Baltes the Well known contractor had a close Call for Bis life in East Defiance monday afternoon. He had watered his horse at the Fountain near the school building and As he started away the buggy shafts flew up and frightened the horse. The animal at once began to Buck jump and at the Corner of main and second Street upset the buggy or. Baltes falling under it. Fortunately the horse was stopped before Baltes had been dragged very far. His right shoulder was dislocated and the skin scraped off his right Temple. The injured Man was picked up and carried to the Home of Geo. W. Fuller where or. J. J. Reynolds was called to attend him. The doctor made several attempts to get the Arm in shape and finally had to Call in or. Rigrish to assist him. An Anaesthetic was then administered and the work soon completed or. Baltes was Able to return to his Home on Harrison Street in the evening on a Street car and is Able to be out today. It will however be some time before he can use his right Arm. Very Little damage was done to the buggy in the wreck. The top was twisted some but was not badly broken the trouble was All caused by the loss of a buckle from the belly band. When the horse was checked up some the shafts went into the air and the balloon immediately followed them. It c. E. Chenevert and family have gone to their cottage at Lake Lawasee ind., for the summer. Tuesday night was extraordinary Cool for the Middle of july. The Frost Mark was very nearly reached. J. F. Godfrey of the firm of Cheyney amp Godfrey will spend saturday and sunday in Elkhart ind. Talk about buggy Plant there is some talk of incorporating the Defiance Carriage co., and making it a Stock company. The Bloedel boys have demonstrated their ability to turn out first class work and create a big demand for their Ware. We Trust the business can be enlarged. It would be a big thing for the City. Attend the big july Sale at Harley amp Whitaker a bargain House. The misses Kate and Nell Sheridan left for Garrett id today where they will visit mrs. Emmett Manion. V mrs. Dias. Riley and Little daughter Margaret who have been visiting Here returned to their Home in Youngstown today. The w. R. C. Will give a dime social this evening at the Home of mrs. Annette Weller 721 division Street. Ice Cream cake Aud Coffee will be served. Art Betts of Fremont is in the City today. Otto Kress received a Mitchel motor Cycle by express today. These machines Are made at Racine wis. _ there is no shoe House in Defiance showing you the assortment of new up to Date shoes with such Low prices As at Vandenbroek big store. Yesterday the ministers comprising the ministerial Union of the City together with their families held their annual picnic at Island Park. The privileges of the Park were tendered them by the Park company and the Day being an Ideal one a most enjoyable time was had by All. The dinner that was spread by the ministers wives Circle was sufficient to tempt the appetite of any one. Or. R. Brown having furnished the ice Cream was Given a word of thanks. In the evening or. Hart took the party on his launch Winona to the dam. A voted the Day a Success and expressed their appreciation of the kindnesses shown. Neighbors. Uncle Reuben says i hey Alius endeavoured to love my nay Bur As myself but de rubble has bid wid him. As soon As he could t Bony any to Tea and sugar he ceased to love me. Buy your summer shirts pants underwear collars ties and shoes at Vandenbroeke a big store. You will save Money. The front of the new Post office building has progressed far enough to show that it will be a very swell affair. A full line of trunks telescopes. Suit cases and travelling bags. O o St a in a to satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Wpm a. Clothiers and furnishes Defiance county boys in East have visited Many historical Points duty ing travels the following letter received j the Hudson in the night stopped there is a loud Call for a renovation of the City prison. If the Board of Public safety does not tackle it soon the vermin will carry aw7ay the cells. Capt. Frank Hart favored the preachers at Island Park tuesday with a ride in his launch. Every once in a while that Young Man makes a contribution to the lords cause. Or. And mrs. C. J. Daoust left for Atlantic City and will spend about two weeks in the East. They will spend two Days in new7 York City and will visit Walter Wilhelm at West Point before their return. By mrs. We. Fullmer of Highland township will be interesting to Many of our readers Boston mass., july 6, �?T03. Mrs. Estella Fullmer Defiance Ohio. My dear sister a from the heading of this letter you can see where i am. We arrived Here yesterday morning at 9 o clock. We Haven to seen much yet As we Are getting located. However we have seen old South Church and i saw Bunker Hill Monument. Before leaving Here we expect to see everything of interest. We will attend the Harvard summer school and will be Here a or six weeks. I will write you and keep you posted on what we see and hear. I will Tell you of our trip out Here. We started a rom Poplar Bluff the 24 of june and arrived at St. Louis the same Day. Saw the great flood District at St. Louis and visited the worlds fair grounds. The buildings Are immense and you if you Are Well enough must cot miss the Opportunity of seeing the great fair. We bought a round trip ticket at St. Louis to Boston and left St. Louis july i at 9 a in. We came by the Way # of the Wabash but did not come i Rived at new York about 6 30 p. The largest tree. The largest tree in the world Ilea broken and petrified at the end of a defile in Northwestern Nevada. It la said to be 666 feet Long. J. J. Beigel in Ier has returned Home from North Baltimore. He will have a new horse Here saturday con aunt jr., with a Pac ing Mark of 16%. John says it is one of the Best horses Ever seen in this part of the state. The Martin building on the Corner of Clinton and streets looks resplendent new coat of red paint proves the appearance Corner. Third in its it in of the you will save Money if you do. I lot a no a 50c working shirts 33c. I lot menus Black 50c overalls 33c. See us for Grain bags no Advance in Price Here cheap that we have closed july and August. Goods sold so the books during it pays to Trade at Harley amp Whitaker slow Sellers of everything. Readers of the express should Call at n. G. Woodward a drug store and get a free Sample of the or Lyons Home treatment the great blood nerve and stomach remedy. It costs nothing to try it. Mayor j. P. Cameron t. T. Shaw Geo. S. May jr., of this City and John s. Snook and w. E. Decker of Paulding left for Clarks Lake Mich., today where they will spend several Days fishing. Love and fiction. Or. Bacone the stories a Man tells a woman before marriage Are called love i believe mrs. Egbert yes exactly. A and after marriage you done to Call chem love do you a a no statesman. Oat of the question. Kwatera Well you know a ifs a poor Rule that wont work both Wiseman nonsense you possibly expect a headlong Man to be Long headed for press. Help wanted. A. Fusser what would you do if i should kiss you Mary Mclane i would scream for help. A wily done to you think i could do it alone a a Pennsylvania punch bowl. Advertised letters the following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at Defiance Ohio for the week ending july 14, 1903. Gentlemen Chas. Augustine j. W. Cannon Arthur Hart Matt Haskin Dennis Hastetter Otto Witt. Ladies a mrs. Ellen Classon Josie hash mrs. Ettie Martin 3, mrs. Lydia Romine. Miss Hattie sheeley mrs. E h. Williams. 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. Important matter culinary Hitt. A tablespoonful of Lemon juice added to the water in which Rice is boiling is said to Aid in making the Rice whiter and keeping the grains Separ . Post. In front of the old Home where mrs. Montgomery was standing alone on tile portico. A dead March was played and a Salute was fired after the boats had passed the attendants returned and found mrs. Montgomery in a swoon. West Point is easily seen also Beverly House where Arnold was at breakfast when news of Andrea a capture reached him. Peekskill Here was fort Independence the headquarter of Gen. Putnam in 1787. Two Miles from the Village is buried John Paulding one of Andrea so captors. Old Stony Point captured by Wayne july 15, 1779. This is right on the River Bank. Grassy a a Point near which is the place where Arnold and Andre formed the plans. Sleepy hoi f Low so famous in Irving a sketch Book. Tarrytown where Andre was captured. Pierpont two Miles Back is Tappan where an-., Dre was executed oct. 2. 1780. Dobby a ferry Here was the old Livingston House which was Washington a Headquarters and where he planned the capture of Yorktown. I have Only Given you a Mere glimpse of what we saw Between Albany and new York. We a�-10 first promotion Central fire station a. W. King amp son Call your attention to their elegant line of menus and boys suits which they Are Selling at greatly reduced prices during this month you Are sure to save Money if you Call on a. W. King amp son clothiers Defiance 0. Do Irv Young will buy the Lem Sapp Hose Wagon team. The Board of Public safety held a Short session at the City building tuesday evening and cons id ered the matter of a successor to Lem Sapp Driver of the Hose team at the Central fire department. The team is owned by or. Sapp and is for Sale. The persons who talked of buying were Geo. Smith Irving Young and Carl Betson. Smith and Young Are members of the fire department and on the classified list. Smiths hearing is said to be defective and in the discussion of the matter or. Young was favored and stated that he could involves some Fine Points. Special to express. Lima july 15�?supreme court Justice j As. L. Price heard arguments of Cleveland attorneys in the divorce Case entitled Walter b. Is. Anna a. Solomon. The Case comes from the Cuya hoga circuit court and involves the legality of service by publication. Several years ago Salomon sued his wife for divorce and gave no Purchase the team. It was i be by publication. He secured agreed that this should be done a decree went West married and he will doubtless take a amp in a amp a has raised children charge of the horses monday now comes the wife claiming she july 20. This change is in the was Uever legally served with no nature of a promotion. Irve be an desiring the ease re _ j opened. The matter came before judge Price on leave to file a should the through Defiance. We went through it. Wayne and from there to Detroit. We travelled All Day and night and arrived at Albany n. Y., the next Day at 4 p. In. Here we visited the state capital and saw some interesting things. Among the most interesting we saw Here and those that will interest you most As they did us were the original papers found in major Andrea a Boot by Paulding Williams and Van Wert. There was Arnold a own hand writing and plans of the surrender of West Point to Clinton Washington a instruments used by him when he w As a Surveyor Cannon used in the siege of Yorktown pistol Lafayette presented to Washington original emancipation written by Abraham Lincoln Washington Swatch Charm. We saw Many other things of interest which i will not mention. We stayed Over night at Albany and in the morning a Beautiful morning As it w As we got on Board the Steamer for an All Days trip Down the Beautiful Hudson River. It would be impossible for me to try to paint for you even a glimpse of what we saw. I will attempt however to give you a list of the historic scenes. As we went Down the River we saw Beeren Island Here the first White child w As born on the Hudson four mile Point where we could see the Beautiful catskills so famous in literature. Catskill a Little City funded in 1678 by a Purchase j of several Square Miles from the indians. About half Way up the Mountain to the Catskill Moun in. Where we remained a til the next evening at 5 30 and took a boat via Long Island sound. Now i am so full of something to Tell you i do not know what to write first so will close Here and continue in the next letter Don t you fail to write me when we get permanently located. Now i will not have time to write to All of you girls so you can show7 this to the others and Robert. I Only wish you could be with us. I la drop you a card when w7e get permanently located so you can write me. Your Loving brother n. H. Randall. Young has been one of the my Ute men at the Central fire station for a number of years. He pet Ilia a in error is a Good horseman and will be a a our the wife pleading Safe reliable Driver a Man with. Whom the firemen will feel Safe to bigamist his children 1 Egi 1-Rjde. Mate and his second wife an Adul or. Young will sign a contract Teress and would further permit before he assumes his new duties All marriages dissolved by such that he will not withdraw his Gervice have rehearing in the team from the department with. Out having first Given the Board Horta 1qtor thirty Days notice. Eats Are also involved. Cheney 8 Godfrey the new lumber firm Bough if you prefer. Dressed if you like. We furnish lumber As you want. It. If it is for Frame work or for Tam House is the place where rip foundation a be sell the h Lum i Ber. If you want it for finishing Montgomery place. ,., new York state legislature to it we furnish it dressed. In 1818 the or-1 dered the remains of general Montgomery to be moved from Canada to new York. The fleets bearing the body passed Down you Tell us what you want we guarantee what we Supply Cheney amp Godfrey Silver tableware such As knives Forks spoons Etc. _ we have the largest assortment and All the new goods. Prices very Low and Quality guaranteed. Special Low prices on watches. We do repairing right. La Mollen cuts leading jeweler and optician _ hum my a a my Cwm

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