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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - June 25, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Isa City of the second graoepofulation�10,000.growing rapidly situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee River the heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday june 25, 1903. No. 29 adjourned of session City Council Large amount of legislator was cleared up Friday night. The City Council met in adjourned session Friday evening the following members being present Geiger Groweg Horn. Dohony Westrick with president Ilo Kraan in the chair. Or. Chenevert came in later. Several ordinance referred to committees were reported Back and passed second Reading. The fire committee recommended that the number of firmen be fixed at too report adopted All Aye but or. Westrick. Or. Groweg then moved suspension of rules to pass ordinances fixing number and salaries of firemen. Lost. All voting Aye but Westrick. Or. Chenevert was not present. The sidewalk committee asks for and was granted further time to report on bicycle ordinance. Finance committee stated that it was not ready to report on ordinance fixing number and salaries of police Force. Resolutions to construct sidewalk in front third Ward building Clinton Street and Alley on Broadway was read and a i Cepter on motion of Groweg under suspension of Rales All Aye. The ordinance to unite and Transfer funds to Board of Public safety was read and adopted under suspension of Rule son motion of Westrick. Ordinance fixing Bonds of sinking fund trustees adopted under suspension of rules on motion of Geiger. An ordinance to create certain funds was adopted under suspension of rules on motion of or. Chenevert. An ordinance to unite and Transfer funds to the Board of Public service was adopted under suspension of the rules on motion of Chenevert. Resolution by Groweg granting persons on Summit Street privilege to build five feet sidewalks was read. Adopted under suspension of rules on motion of Groweg. An ordinance requiring Wabash railway to keep watchman of fierce Street crossing was read. Adopted under suspension of rules on motion of or Horn. A. Ordinance fixing number and salaries of police Force read and adopted under suspension of rules on motion of Westrick. M a o r Cameron submit ted statement of City auditor reporting salary budget of City officials $1401, and estimate for Board of health at $902. Report accepted on motion of Chenevert. Ordinance to build sidewalks on Francis a Glaize Seneca Dexter. Main North Clinton crossing i Southworth Hopkins Ottawa Avenue second Harrison Jackson Deatrick ferry Clinton Jefferson Kintner Nicholas Hopkins Wayne Highland Gibson Brunersburg gravel streets read and adopted on motion of Groweg under suspension of rules. A a. The report of the committee on rules was read and the rules As recommended adopted on motion of or. Geiger. Groweg moved that when Council adjourn that it be until thursday night june 25. Car j i it i. I adjourned. How cheap baking powder is made a recent seizure of a lot of a a cheap flaking powders by the authorities of a neighbouring City has exposed the character of the Low priced brands of baking powders which Many manufacturers Are offering throughout the country. The Price of the powders first attracted attention to them samples were taken and Analysed. The official report of the analysis showed the stuff to be a Alum powders a composed chiefly of Alum sulphuric acid and pulverized Rock. The powders wore do. Dared dangerous to health id several thousand pounds were confiscated and destroyed. Physicians have frequently Cau a toned Consumers against mixing food with these so called a a cheap baking powders. They Are All found when Analysed to contain Large percentages of Alum and sulphuric acid to which Are added various sorts of filling matter sometimes both injurious and Nasty. The High class Cream of tartar baking powders Are the most economical and wholesome and should always be selected for use. They will be found cheaper in the end besides making the food better and More healthful. Report of the Portsmouth convention Defiance county convention will be held in Evansport. The sixteenth annual Conven j Hie to find a place to Lodge but Tion of Defiance county will be held at Evansport on tuesday and wednesday August la and 12, 190-4. When hundreds of enthusiastic sunday school delegates and visitor Roll into Evansport they will find a Welcome. The Defiance county sunday school workers who fail to attend the county convention will miss the treat of a life time. The Fellowship of such an occasion is Worth More than Money gun bin7, while the program without doubt is the strongest Ever presented in Defiance county. The program committee has secured for the program Tho services of or. M. Ii. Davis of Toledo. He comes with a wealth of experience and an equipment which guarantees inspiration and help every time he Speaks. Evansport is stirring herself Iii the matter of entertainment. With a modern and spacious m. K. Church building there will be no question concerning a suitable place of meet i ugly i and Are Germany Frank g. Blue of township is working for the county Surveyor. Mrs. C. E. Riley and Little daughter Margaret of Youngstown arrived in the City thursday to visit a few weeks. Married june 17th, by Rev. A l. Roberts at his Home on Francis Street Russel Brechbill and miss Sadie m. Blue both of Ayersville. Paul Mettler and sister miss Lydia left for the South thursday it is hoped that or. Hea1 the in the South. My. Morning. Mettler will regain his letter from a Ance Man Defi the following is a copy of a letter from f. S. Disc linger who within daughter miss Mary recently left this City for ail extended visit in Germany. La night is i a us lox f. It Munzing in. J Baden Germany june 5, 04 the Defiance machine works Defiance Ohio u. S. A. Gentlemen i and my laughter were in Brauch Sal yesterday and had a talk with or. Gromer one of our customers. Ile was glad to see us and received us very cordially and i handed him the Germau catalogue which you gave me and he went through it and immediately in my presence wrote a letter to your agent at Cologne for a Price on a handle machine for the making of shovel handles. Ile said to me that he did not require All the finishing machines which belong to this set. Ile believes this machine would prove of great advantages to him but he thought the Price a Little High. Further we both arrived in Good Luck and have been heartily welcomed. I was not sea sick. But my daughter was. We have much pleasure Here and have the Best of health therefore my Hearty greetings to All the members of the firm and others connected in the office and also to my fellow7 workmen. With highest respects j subscribe myself f s. Dischinger. 8. J. Bowen Wras called to St. Everybody make arrangements to attend the county convention. Secretary. To the sunday school workers of Defiance county we take great pleasure in telling you through these columns a few7 things about Neof the greatest conventions Ever held in to. On leaving our Home monday morning june 8 a feeling came Over us that we could not shake off telling us that something was about to happen so it did quicker than we anticipated when we arrived in Defiance Aho agent of the Wabash Railroad very kindly notified us that our train was 4% hours late. Of his father in Law John Ney. The funeral occurred Dav afternoon. Joe ind., saturday by the death we took Joseph Clarks advice m id and Shook hands with All Dele-Sun-1 crates on the Road to the Conven a. This is where we began to receive a Blessing also feeling the presence of god with us. We left Defiance at 11 35 a. In. Six delegates from this county and one Froin Paulding county seven in All. Arriving in Toledo at i p. In. Where we took in a few of the sights leaving that place at me a my hair was falling out 2nd turning Gray very fast. But your hair vigor stopped the falling and restored the natural . E. Z. Denomme Cohoes n. Y. Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair perhaps you Are seventy and you like your Gray hair if not use Ayers hair vigor. In less than a month your Gray hair will have All the dark Rich color of youth. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. The k. Of f. Of Ney held modal services sunday. Or. And mrs. Jess Hart Are in Camp near the dam. Mrs. M. Foltz daughter Marland son Claud of new Bavaria Are guests of mrs. Louise Feigen Baum. M. M. Cameron of Evansport who wants the democratic nomination for county commissioner is making an Active canvass and Hopes to win out. David King celebrated his fifty seventh birthday on wednesday in a quiet Way. Dave is getting pretty Gray but is in Good shape for a Man so near the sixth Mark. Or and mrs. Dick Spangler Are taking a week s Outing in Richland township. Their Camp near the dam. Ai ted states beet Manof granted a teach in the Sam Roth moved into his new Home on Harrison Street tuesday. He has built a very handsome House. There was a hearing in the matter of the Buckskin ditch Case before the commissioners monday afternoon. Or. Henry Bordner and wife Montpelier visiting c. F Clemmons and wife on Holgate Avenue returned Home last evening. F. E. A Welpman has favored us with a copy of the Montreal Independence i Canada Star. The feature of the paper is its strenuous plea fora Tariff that will build up Canada As the has been built up. Miss Ethel a. Hicksville was life certificate to Public schools of the state at the recent meeting of the state examiners in Columbus. F. M. Hartshorn guard at the Ohio Penitentiary from Defiance county was in the City sat urday. He has been in bad health and will spend a week or ten Days among friends at Ney and Mark Center. Is to 4 55 p. In. Six More delegates joined our Little band at Fostoria and in this delegation was one of the state tour party or. E. C. Knapp of three Oaks Mich. This was a great addition to our already enthusiastic party. At Columbus More joined us and when we arrived in Portsmouth at 11 30 one coach was Well filled. Vav Lien we filed out of the car the reception committee and a group of Good natured pages met us very anxious to carry our baggage or do anything to make us feel at Home. We were taken to the Goth Street m. E. Church where we were assigned our places the rest the three ladies from this county had some Trou on tuesday at 4 40 p. In. They found a Home for the balance of the week. Tuesday morning we were up and ready for one of the greatest weeks of our lives. The Bigelow m. E. Church was the main Section and at 9 40 the audience room began to fill for the first meeting at to of clock president Eudaly called the convention to order god making his presence Felt each one present shared in the Rich blessings. The feast of Good things was spread before this vast audience not Only the first session but in each session until the close. It would be useless for us to try to Tell what was said and done As it would take up entirely to much space. There is one thing that will interest Defiance county and that is the Honor bestowed upon Lier this convention when the counties were called to report or Willemay acting As spokesman our delegation of six rising to their feet reporting present overpaid reciting for our scripture Malachi 3-10, a bring be All the tithes into the storehouse that there May be meat in mine House and prove me now herewith Saith the lord of hosts if i will not open you the windows of heaven and pour you out a Blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive or. Clark made special mention of Defiance county paying her apportionment in Advance last year and this year they paid $72, $10 More More than apportionment they gave the county the Chautauqua Salute and two flags with the following inscription a by this sign we conquer a of course this made us feel Good not for the applause we got but for what god is doing for Defiance county and every other county in the state. Ashtabula county came to the convention at Findlay last year with Only four townships out of Twenty eight organized this year she came up with her apportionment paid and Over $110 More and every township organized. Why should they not rejoice and every other sunday school worker for this is Only a Little of the Good the sunday schools Are doing All Over the world. We Are sorry that space forbids us giving you a few of the thoughts from each subject. Come to the county convention at Evansport aug. La and 12, and you will hear More of it. By Delegate delegates to Portsmouth. The county Secretary was Lucky in getting ten delegates for the state convention. Out of the ten names Only six were so fortunate As to attend. Following Are the names of the persons who attended and reported a grand time w. F. Willeman w. L. Shirkey Ida Sponseller Essie Carey Mabel Paxton j. W. Shuter. Send news to h. L. Stock. Miss Maude Lacy left saturday morning for Athens where she will attend the summer Normal at the Ohio University. While in Athens miss Lacy will make her Home with prof. De. M mrs. Jay Weisenburger who was i and family. Do you know that you get your Back if Money Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy fails a fair offer. Most cases of impure blood kidney and la ref trouble can to cured by Usi Neon Cor two bottler cases that arc severe or of Long standing May require More. In order that you May give this remedy a thorough trial and run no risk we make this Liberal offer. We Given written guarantee with every lot of s of this great remedy. If it heir you f Quot you nothing. Six bottles of this great remedy. It costs you $f>.uu, if the remedy fails it i if it helps you 111 Cost we Trust to your honesty if Yon can. After using this remedy faithfully truthfully say that you Are not Satis led it will Cost you not Iii no. We can do no More it is free if it fails will Yod try it and get Well you do not risk a cent. Price.$1.00 druggist. The famous Hoard of health Case. Or. Chapman and his Board fell outside the breastworks wondrous Fountain Waters have Cura Tive properties we take take the following from the Antwerp Bee of this week a up on Dave Zubergs Island just West of town there has been discovered one of the finest Mineral Springs known to be in existence in this part of the country. It contains without a doubt All the necessary minerals to make it rein Ark Akie As a sure cure for All chronic disorders that human flesh is heir to. It is thought that a Stock company will be formed and the water bottled and placed on the Market in the near future. Uncle Dave has erected a neat summer Home on this Retreat and will guard Well this health giving Fountain of youth. Application has been made to mayor Lacy for a Patent on the water and As soon As granted arrangements will be made to have it run through the soda founts of our town each sunday for the express Benefit of the Many tourists who make this their stopping place during the hot sultry this Fountain of youth is located in the Center of a great Corn Belt and if perchance any of the juice has filtered into the the Fountain it would be Safe to ship a cargo this Way without waiting for a Patent. Auditor w. A. Snider discusses ditch notices he says he has followed an old Rule and had not established a precedent. We noted in the express thursday evening that attorney general j. M. Sheets had rendered an opinion that county auditors could not charge More than 0 cents per Hundred words in preparing ditching notices and Only receive pay for one copy of such notice. This opinion was called out by a Case presented by i. F. Open Lander prosecutor of this county. Auditor w. A. Snider sent out 900 notices in the Vogelsong joint ditch matter. The first notice at the above rate amounted to $1.23, the sum total of All the notices was $1107. The attorney general holds that or. Snider can Only be paid for the first notice $1.23. Or. Snider was out of town Early in the Day thursday and could not be seen. A representative of the daily express called upon him thursday evening and to stated that the figures above were True. The Only thing. He. Regretted was the implied charge that he was the first to present such fees in a ditch Case. That he said was not True. The Law is a Little indefinite As to who shall make out these notices but for years the work has fallen to the auditor. In sending out these notices he followed the Rule that had prevailed for years not Only in Defiance county but in other counties throughout the state. The auditor read letters from the auditors in Henry Putnam Paulding and Van Wert counties to show that they too had received the same rate Snider had charged in the Case passed upon by the attorney general. The auditor of Paulding went further and said the same question had been carried up to the common pleas court in that county and the court had held that the auditor should be paid for each notice served. When or. Snider presented his Bill to the commissioners they thought it was Large and referred it to prosecutor Openlander for his opinion and he in turn submitted it to judge sheets. The auditor says he does not want the fees if they Are illegal and Only objects to the implication that he had introduced a new Rule on fees. Ile said he did simply what other auditors in the county have done Aud cited the facts that auditor j. A. Deindoerfer received $500 or $000 for sending out similar notices in the Gordon Creek dil amp tic matter. It would be hard to convince the general Public that $1,000 was not too much for sending out notices to 900 persons but on the other hand $1.23 would be a very Small Price for the service. The Case it is thought will be passed upon again. Castoria for infants and children. A kind you have always Bogatt bears the Minatare of wet social if your druggist cannot Supply you Send us one Dollar and we will express you a bottle. Re sure and give the name of your nearest express Olyce. Address 9 j. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass. Recently the subject of an operation in the presbyterian Hospital Chicago 111., is getting along in Fine shape and will be Homo in about four weeks. In w. Mitchell superintendent of the schools writes that he has reached Asheville. N.c., safely and found his wife some improved in health. Paul Mettler and sister miss Lydia Are located in the same House with mrs. Mitchell. A class of seventeen boys and fourteen girls received their first communion at St. Johns Catholic Church sunday at to a. In. With solemn High mass. At 3 p. In. Solemn vespers took place during which the class renewed their baptismal vows. The services closed with the ileum. A Jesuit priest of Toledo and Julius fitter a student of Cincinnati assisted Rev. Gloden at these services. The Long drawn out discussion Over the Board of health in this City come to an end tuesday morning when the supreme court handed Down a decision reversing the common pleas and circuit courts in the Case of e. E. In. Chapman is. The City of Defiance and dismissing the petition. This leaves the Board of health created by the last City Council David Clay Mahan and Bertha e. Hardy have been licensed to wed. T. A. Goddard and daughter mrs. Win. Stutzman left thursday for a two weeks visit at Brattleboro it. Or. And mrs. Victor Thomas of St. Marys Are Here As the guests of mrs. Thomas parents or. And mrs. L. Spangler on Perry Street. M iss Kathryn caution and or. A. Ii. Kemper were quietly married at 8 p. In monday at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. J. T. Caution on Davison Street Rev. H. Mueller pastor of St. Paul a lutheran Church officiating. After the ceremony the Young people left at 8 52 p. In. Over the b. Amp o. For Cleveland where they will visit the parents of the Groom. They will then take a Lake trip and upon their return to this City will be at Home to their Many friends in a prettily appointed Home on second Street. Miss caution has for a number of years been the society Eitress of the Crescent news. She is not Only a handsome Young lady but talented and the members of the press Iii this City will wish her a Long and Happy married life. The Groom a. H. Kemper is the popular superintendent of the Diamond Glass co. Plant in this City. He is to be congratulated. And called the a Republican Board a by the democratic press in full control. This decision May not please some of the politicians but it will satisfy the people. It also settles the very important Point that a Board of health is not greater than the body that created it and that a City Council has not been shorn of the Powers that belong to Iother legislative bodies. The courts Joseph Grossman plead guilty in common pleas court Mon Lay to assaulting health officer m. B. Stevens. Ile was fined $10 and costs by judge Hubbard. The Case of the Squire Turnbull co. Is. The Star manufacture co. Was set for trial monday but postponed. German Aid elect officers the German Aid society held their annual election of officers monday evening. Following is a list of the officers chosen president John Schudel. Vice Wooller. Cor. . H. Kock Fin. . J. Papenhagen. Treasurer Mike Schultz. Trustee 1st Ward Henry Unglert. A a 2nd a a a a. Oestreicher. Ird a a a Dave Schweitzer. A a 1th a a a Fred Hoeffel or. Sick visitor 1st Ward win. Ila Hmel. A a a a 2nd a a a Henry Hendricks. A a re a a Valentine Klyaner. A a a a till a a Albert dus amp Berg. Collector John h. Buser. Sergeant at arms win. Hanker. Color bearer John Schneider. Janitor win. Falk. A vote of thanks was tendered the outgoing president m. J. Walz for faithful service. He would not accept a re election. Catonia. Sears the _j71 you Haw always to Fly signature of the new Power Plant. Riggs amp Sherman civil and consulting engineers of Toledo have recently gone Over the a Glaize Power Plant project which messes. Frost and Steinberger have been working up and in a letter to or. Frost today says it is practicable to obtain More than 1,000 horse Power per Day from the storage dam during the so called dry months. Riggs amp Sherman Are experts and their opinion is based upon a personal adv estimation made some Days ago. This will be pleasing news to those interested in the Success of the Enterprise. Nervous headache Breeds insanity. Many a persons whole pleasure in life is ruined by the fear of nervous headaches. Any Little excitement no matter what business or social brings them on. The feet and hands grow cold the head is hot the eyes stiff the temples throb and Only in the Quoit of a darkened room is Relief obtained. This condition must be checked or it Means Complete mental ruin. To those people d a. W. Chases nerve pills come a a Dossing. They do not Stop they Oure the headaches. They do not Blanket they oui id up. They put the nervous system in a Strong vigorous sturdy conditions a condition that gives one resistive Power and enables them to again enjoy life a pleasures. Mrs Mary App Ledom of no. 719 Holgate ave., Defiance Ohio says i suffered a great Deal from nervous sick headaches they left me weak and nervous. The condition was a distressing one and i was told i. A. W. Chase s nerve pills would cure it. I a got some of the Medicine at Woodward a drag stoic and they did. Lam All free from the headaches the nerves Are steady and i feel All right Aud glad to recommend the nerve pills As a consequence. Fifty cents a Box at or. No Woodward a drug store or or a a chases Medicine co Buffalo by 8ee that portrait and signature of a a chases m d Are on every package Oag Tozza. Bmith it a the kill Yoe hut

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