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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - June 11, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Isa City of the second bade population >-10.000 a Glaize and Maumee i growing rapidly situated at the Confluence of the heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday june la 1903. No. 27 they do things and do pm Well Maumee tribe entertained by the Kettenring saturday evening a a there a a place that is dear unto each Noble Here Good old Mystic shrine where in Faith we come greeting each other Here meeting Good old Mystic shrine when the travelling is Over we Welcome the Rover from every fraternal clime Tho Pilgrim with pleasure is adorned with our treasure. In the Good old Mystic he Stormer usually manage to have a Good time but it would be hard to conceive a More delightful affair than the unofficial reunion of the Maumee tribe shrines which occurred in this City saturday evening. June g. The members came As the guests of messes w. A., it. P. And c. H. Kettenring and no care or expense was spared to make the visit an event never to be forgotten. The local members of the shrine were also called in to participate in the function and the company thus assembled All told numbered just Twenty nine. The Maumee tribe was organized As a social club at Toledo in 1890 and was composed of Nobles of different shrine temples in the state. It was agreed when the club was formed that the membership should never be increased and that there should be a re Union once a year until the membership should have been reduced to two members. This club membership finally became the charter membership of Zeno Bia Temple Toledo. Zenobia has had three illustrious potentates l. G. Parker of Chicago c. Buxton of Toledo and j. M. Long Necker of Delta the present incumbent All of whom were pres l. Southworth Toledo. We Ake in it too. La. Whitaker c. E. Chene Vert c. J. Thompson w. A. Keh Nast w. Ii. Mcclintock we. Hartley c. C. Hoffman Geo. A. Ensign la. W. Wortman la. B. Tenzer w. C. Holgate Geo. W. Deatrick Defiance Harry c. Ivahlou Indianapolis ind. Frank Flickinger Galion 0. E. E. Mccrary of Kendallville id. The afternoon was spent in a social Way the phonograph lending much to the enjoyment of the guests. The collection of records in the club rooms is exceptionally Fine and Geo. A. Ensign who was in charge of the instrument was successful in giving the visitors the Best records in the House. At dinner at g p. In. The Nobles were called to order by potentate Longnecker. Ile said he had granted the request that the Nobles be permitted to Wear their fees during the evening. The line was then formed and the Nobles marching in twos were led to the Beautiful w. A. Kettenring Home 323 Jackson Street where dinner was served. The tables were set in the North Parlours and cards illuminated with three a bks a marked the place of each of the 29 shrines present. The favors at each plate were roses. In the Center of each table was a Beautiful Basket Lilied with roses and Maiden hair ferns while the mantels were decorated with asparagus ferns. Carnations added to the further decoration of the rooms. The dinner was in seven courses the menu being As follows first course clan Bouillon olives browned wafers salted almonds a wait a were offered for All the absent ones. Fees out. Peter Kettenring who Prima r ii was responsible for it All was then toasted. In a like manner the Nobles were All called to their feet in Honor of mrs. W. A. Kettenring who had so handsomely so perfectly cared for those who have traversed the hot Sands of the desert in the refreshments offered in the tent of the Kettenring. Musical program. During the dinner hour Deal Richards Peerless orchestra occupied the West parlor. Or. It. Sutphen with John d. Chene Vert As accompanist occupied the East parlor and added to the musical program the following vocal selections a Gypsy John a by f. Clay. A the Kings own a by g. S. Tracy a song of the sword from Dolly Vardin violets a by Wright. A a Monk a song a by Shaw. A ban Doleros Al. Staurt. A code to Bacchus a by c. C. Chaminade. The work of the orchestra and the singing of or. Sutphen called out much applause. On tue Maumee. A boat ride was on the program of the evening and although there was a heavy downpour of rain when dinner was concluded the Nobles procured umbrellas and again forming in line marched to the foot of Jackson Street where they boarded the Steamer Goldie for a run Down to the Independence dam. The Steamer was in charge of Captain a. G. Medary while Commodore John Altschuh was taken along to see that the boat did not become a Thermal Bath and that a frosty Edge was kept on the a Good old the Commodore did his duty Well and the Arm that passed the cigars and the hands that handled the water Jar in the Well of the Oasis never grew weary. Richards orchestra accompanied the party and rendered a Fine program during the trip. Early in the voyage the decks were cleared and some of the guests engaged in a dance that was crowned with Antlers. But the weather was too warm for that and the ships party was Content that the orchestra Bear the Burden of the caravan the rest of the evening. It was a delightful trip. The boat returned to the Dock ent at this unofficial reunion. The local shrines met in the handsomely appointed club rooms of the Kettenring in the Elk Block on Clinton Street to assist in the reception of the out of town visitors at 3 30 p. In. Messes. Ii. P. And c. Ii. Kettenring met the guests at the depot and brought them to the club rooms in their automobile. At 4 28 p. In the last of the party came in Over the Wabash from Toledo and on their arrival at the club rooms were received by w. A. Kettenring and his father Peter Kettenring. After All had passed Down the reception line the Register stood As follows the Register. A june a 1903. A we out of whom Zenobia came now attest that we feel thankful Over the outcome of our efforts in that it United us in our labor with the noblest of Nobles the three is and dad . Parker of Chicago b. F. Wade c. Buxton Toledo j. M. Longnecker Delta Jas. Hodges w. W. Ainsworth c. E. Sutton i w. Elf like a e. Deardorf e. Second course baked Shad potato Ball had Roe croquettes. Cucumbers with French dressing Brown bread third course Frog legs potato chips m u brooms with Brown sauce stuffed tomatoes fourth course roast Turkey sliced Orange with Jelly mashed potatoes pea patties Orange ice fifth course broiled squads Rice croquettes Chicken salad sixth ice Cream candles fruit nut a Elentine cake seventh water crackers cheese Coffee the ice Cream Pink in color represented a Crescent with scimitar Sphinx head Pyramid and Camel. During the Progress of the dinner illustrious potentate Longnecker read letters and telegrams of regret from the following members of the tribe who could not be present c. Wight Sandusky de l. Barber Milwaukee Vav is. K. S. Breckinridge Cleveland m. C. Robinson Kirksville to. Vav. M. Denman West Unity Moulton Houk f. G. Jul Quet j. A. Stipp Toledo Guy g. Major new York City. Toasts at the foot of Jackson Street at to p. Rn., and the Nobles again forming in line marched to the club rooms on Clinton Street. Good night. From to til la p. Rn., the guests spent the time in social conversation and listening to selections on the phonograph. At la p. In. The Nobles were called to Oil Der by potentate Longnecker who in a pleasant speech rendered thanks to the messes Kettenring boys and a a dad Iii the name of the Maumee tribe and Zenobia Temple for the Peerless manner in which the members had been entertained during tile evening. It was a perfect affair there had not been a is Ingle event to mar the evenings enjoyments. Vav. A. Kettenring responded for himself and Brothers and said it was a great pleasure to have had the Opportunity to entertain such a company and that it delighted All of them to know that the visitors had enjoyed themselves. Other gentlemen then called out were l. G. Parker. Harry c. Kahlo c. E. Sutton Vav. Ill Mcclintock c. Buxton win. , jr., e. C. Deardorf e. L. Southworth w. W. Ainsworth and e. E. Mccrary. Tho address of or. Sutton was devoted largely to a history of the Maumee tribe but with All the other speakers he warmly commended the boundless hospitality of the messes. Kettenring. After one last libation to friends present and absent Good nights were said at Midnight and the tribesmen scattered to their posts in the desert. All the out of town guests left for their Homes sunday. The messes. Kettenring had spent much time in preparing for this event and they Are Tobeson granulated that there plans were so Well Laid that not even the ele ments could make necessary a single change in the program. Well known citizen killed by cars was caught in Cut the Yards and literally All to pieces John Wilhelm the Veteran tailor of 728 Perry Street was struck by a Cut of cars and an engine near the Pierce Street crossing of the Wabash railway Yards at 10 50 a. In. Saturday and was instantly killed. It appears that the old Man had been to the Home of his son John who resides on the Corner of Harrison and Davison streets and was on his Way Home when stricken Down. It is stated that he came along Pierce Street from Harrison to the railway Yards and then started North walking in the Center of the main track. A engine with a Cut of two or three cars ahead of it was coming North from the b. Amp o. Junction and when near the Pierce Street crossing overtook or. Wilhelm. The car struck the old Man in the Back and knocked him Down and dragged him about ten feet. It was then that the wheels of the cars and engine got in their deadly work. Both of the old Man s legs and one Arm were Cut off and the Skull crushed in. The body indeed was literally Cut to pieces. The Railroad men did their Best to save or. Wilhelm but As he is deaf he did not hear the engine or cars and did not seem to understand the warnings Given him. Justice c. H. Hunter Wae called to View the remains and they were then taken to the morgue by the a. Martin amp co., ambulance and prepared for burial. The deceased was aged 85 years and was in the tailoring business Here for a years. Ile leaves three sons. The engine that was pushing the cars was no. 204, of local freight train no. 71, East bound. The train Crew was made up As follows a. M. Ballard Engineer a. F. Sergant fireman Frank Hockaday conductor and brakeman c. F. Stoner Vav. E. Pierce and Vav. L. Brown. Coroner r. B. Cameron of Jewell arrived in the cite this 7 a afternoon and is holding an inquest. Great a Many wife and Howard Moore of Ney has moved to this City. Residing on the East Side. Ile will work for c. L. A alters. Married at the Home of Rev. S. L. Roberts this City june 4, or Chas. S. Wade and miss Mark l. Bloc Burn both of a aiding county. The following Case was docketed injustice costello s court this morning win. M. Deman is. Geo. F. Hill and Joseph f. Hill balance due on promissory note Walter Miller express Messeri Ger who was seriously injured in a wreck near Akron last fall has been placed on the run Between Defiance and Chicago. Or. Miller is a son in Law of Gottleib barn heart and will make his Home in this City. The woman a Home and foreign missionary society of the presbyterian Church will meet monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. La. subject mrs. Vav. Ii. Hutchinson will have charge of the meeting. Mrs. Dan Mcknight will give tile report of the convention. It is reported the Scripps my ilae Syndicate has joined with the times company and will absorb the Bee at Toledo. They will Issue the times mornings., and the news Bee evenings. Or Crouse is to have exclusive editorial control. It is said to be the intention of the Scripps people to sell the Bee Plant and Issue the new papers from the times news Plant. Another Rumor current that the Plant is to moved to another City county treasurer c. Vav. Kerns has a Burroughs adding machine in his office on trial. It is a Fine machine. Henry Houtz has been recon mended for Pardon from the Ohio Penitentiary and will probably reach Home monday. It warms the heart like Sunshine cheers the soul like ancient wine gives Hope for the future blots out the past. That a what Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35c. Weisenburger amp Emery. Napoleon Daoust has returned Home from Southern Ohio where he has been engaged in the Timber business for the past three months. Some time ago the a omens clubs in this City petitioned the railways to clean up their stations. The Wabash is painting its station in Fine shape and overhauling the closets. F. J. Mains and family and g. M. Hartman and family attended the confirmation of Edith Kopp at the German lutheran g ply it another Rumor 18 Church at South Ridge sunday current that the Plant is to be at to a. In. A reception followed moved to another City and a at the Home of h. G. Kopp in the paper published. These changes in newspapers at Toledo will be a Surprise to Many people or. And mrs. G. Vav Huffman have just returned from a visit with the family of n. R. Webster in Muskogee i. Mrs. Lucie Henderson and mrs. William Frederick of Moats were the guests of mrs. Joe Daoust last evening. Mrs. Henderson is Deputy great commander of the lady maccabees of Springfield. She attended the meeting of the maccabees which was held last evening. On wednesday or. In j. Emery completed his twelfth year of the practice of dentistry in this City. Iii that time he has built up an excellent practice and closely a1 lied himself with the business interests of the town. And More than that the doctor gained for himself an almost unlimited number of friends who will All Hope that the past years May be but the precursor of Many More to be passed Iii our midst. The express wishes to be included among them. Afternoon. Frank Partee of 323 Hopkins Street will accept thanks for a Fine lot of strawberries that were left at this office monday. One of the berries measured 5% inches in another five inches All of the berries were Large and Well Flavoured. The colors of the Junior class of the High school have been taken Down from the Flag staff on the court House. The seniors swarmed about the court House to such an extent that the county commissioners took a hand and ordered the janitor to lower the Banner. The Junior colors still adorn the City building. Black hair a a i have used your hair vigor for five years and am greatly pleased with it. It certainly restores the original color to Gray hair. It keeps my hair . Helen Kilkenny new Portland me. A faded out care worn woman of 50 with a Spruce up to Date husband should take Rocky Mountain Tea brings Back that Youthful girlish Beauty. Keeps the old Man from going to the ledge. 35c. Weisenburger amp Emery. Ayers hair vigor has been restoring color to Gray hair for fifty years and it never fails to do this work either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your Scalp clean and for making your hair grow. Hoo a bottle. A druggists. If 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. A train Load of recruits consisting of 17g infantrymen and officers went West on the Wabash at 12 50 this afternoon. The men who Are recruits for the 19th infantry from Columbus Barracks Are under the charge of Bapt. Kang 20th infantry Lieut. Leonard 20th infantry and surgeon Mabry u. S. A. The soldiers required five iou fists sleepers and a baggage car for their accommodation. Their destination is Given As san Francisco but they will in All probability be sent to the Philippines later on. This morning Henry Vve Isen Burger started his Stone sawing machine. The apparatus consists of a number of parallel steel Blades which Are suspended in a Frame and rocked backward and Forth. From time to time Sand is fed Down to the Blades and a Stream of water continually plays on the Mark. As the Blades slide Back and Forth they carry the Sand with them and gradually Cut or grind a Groove in the Stone. As four Blades Are used it will be seen that a Block of Stone can be Cut into five slabs at one operation. The machine is run to a six and one half i orse Power gasoline engine and w ill be a great Saver of time and material Over the old method of hand work. The residence on the old Brindle farm East of this City was struck by lightning during the storm sunday evening. No one was Hurt. The Cook stove was knocked to pieces. Justice c. H. Hunter has been requested by Coroner in b. Cameron to Complete the inquest in the Case of John Wilhelm who was killed by the cars in the Wabash Yards this City on saturday morning. Judge ii. G. Baker of Muskogee i. T., is in the City on business and will be Here for several Days. He is looking Well and says All the members of the Ohio Colony Are in splendid health and doing Well. A Enos Porter and Lloyd Smith of Highland township left today on a bicycle trip through Iii Diana Illinois Missouri and Iowa. They were attired in Green sweaters with a a Ohio emblazoned thereon. The Board of Public safety has bought a new horse to run to the Hook and ladder truck at the Central fire station. The horse is an Iron Gray four years old and Cost $200 the Board May later mat he the horse. The funeral of John Wilhelm the aged Man who was killed by the cars in the Wabash Yards this City saturday morning occurred from St. Johns Catholic Church at to a. In. Monday and was very largely attended deceased was a member of German Aid society. Judge f. L. Hay and wife Jav. Vav inn left for Canton monday where they will attend the meet ing of the grand Lodge k. Of p they will be gone three or four Days. Judge Hay has again been appointed chairman of the judiciary committee. The following marriage licenses have been issued c. Vav. Miller 25, and Tyrella Simmons 19 both of Sherwood 0. E. Otis 21 and Hattie a. Winn 20, both o Milford township Chas. Ii Brown 24, of Delaware town ship and Katie Vanenger 20, of Noble township. The services of the Christian Church held in the presbyterian Church sunday were Well attended. Or. J. J. Sum Mer Bel i of Jayton delivered a powerful Sermon to the graduating class of Defiance College. His theme was practice and he is one of the Strong men of the Christian denomination and his Sermon called out favourable comment. The music was Fine. College the the and alumni held business meeting wednesday a very interesting meeting of the alumni association of Defiance College was held at the president s office tuesday evening. The officers for the next year Are As follows presidents. I. Gruner. Secretary Lura Kuhn. Treasurer or. J. Benner. Executive committee a or. J. Davis Bertha Kniffen Lillian Deveaux. The president appointed the following committees banquet committee a misses Sarah Prueser Lura Kuhn and or. J. Benner. Program committee a misses Mattie Miller Bertha Kniffen and or. Chamberlain. Reception committee a misses Heater m. Dell Adams and John Wisda. A number of the members Are interested and Are endeavouring to be of some help to the College. They have placed several sets of Fine books in the College Library. It is to be hoped that More May possess the genuine alumni spirit and join their efforts with those who have undertaken to form a Library for the College. Prof. My Reynolds is doing All in his Power to establish the College and make it one of the Best institutions of instruction in the state. He deserves the Hearty support of every member of the alumni. Send your Money books magazines papers to the Secretary Lura Kuhn Defiance o. Otto Eckhard Bancroft la. Rocky Mountain Tea has put new life into me. Shall always keep it in the House makes sick people Well. 35 cents Weisenburger amp Emery. The tempest in a Teapot. The Flag affair is souled now and everywhere is Poco Tho Busy bodies splutter not their Heads to wag do cease the uncles aunts and cousins All who chattered loud and fast and rated of the children a wrongs have furled their tongues at last. And even the Moon has had its Day. Unhampered by the truth the sensation scribblers said his say of dangers to our youths. A Smi Lee Catarrh cannot be cured with local applications As they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Halls Catarrh cure is Sot a quack Medicine. It was preserved by one the Best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription it is composed of the Best tonics known combined with the Best blood purifier acting directly on the mucous surfaces tile perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such Wounderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for free. F. J. Cheney amp co. Toledo o sold by druggists,75c. Halls family Nils Are the Best. Fool breath ? did you Ever meet a person with a foul breath ? and have them get close to you while relating some Good joke ? and although you wanted to escape the breath you could not ? the cause is is a disordered stomach and a general bad condition of the blood possibly a torpid liver was the primary cause. Would you not advise them to do something to get rid of that breath Reader if you Are one of those unfortunates with a foul breath Why do you not take action Why do you not see that your stomach is put in order ? there is no excuse for it when there i3 a remedy at hand. Kinyone a blood1" kidney remedy strengthens the kidneys enabling these important organs to carry off the impurities. Regulates the liver so that it May Aid in the digestive operation and keep the bowels Active. Tones up the stomach and enables it to properly digest the food so that the body May be nourished and become Strong. With these organs All Active and Strong the system becomes cleansed and the foul breath will leave As if by magic. Do not delay. Act at ogee. Trill size 50c. Regular site $1.04 no Woodwford druggist. 1850 the new policies of the 1903 Aetna insurance of Hartford Conn. Are Clear Brief and simple contain no technical terms and May be easily understood by any one. They Are the most satisfactory guarantees of any policies Ever issued by any company. See b. F. Nye agent 521 East second St., before you contract for insurance. I also write Etna Accident and health insurance of every description. Northwestern a phone 639

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