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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - March 19, 1903, Defiance, Ohio A to 000 $0 $0 k5�g000 republicanism unquestioned a family newspaper 000�0qgg0gccc Defiance i acuity of the second Grade-Popolation-10,000. Growing rapidly situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee Rivers. Vol. heart of the great Maumee Valley Defiance Ohio thursday March 19, 1903. And the Best advertising medium 000 w-g00000000 no. 15 Republican caucuses wednesday eyeing Good men Are chosen in the wards for candidates. Ward tickets cot Sci men. First Ward we. Geiger. Second word Geo. C. Dirr. Third Ward Andrew Tuttle. Fourth Ward a. Grower or. Assessor. First Ward Frank Ferguson. A. A. Baughman. Second Ward third Ward will Robinson. Fourth Ward John Heacook. Hoard education first Ward a. G. Woodward. Second Ward a. Lieberthal. Third Ward Wallace Rickman. Fourth Ward John a. Backus. Co m Mitt be m e n. 1st Ward a a a up. E. Helpman. A it it. A we. Geiger. 2nd ward4 a a Lee Richardson. A a a a a a by Vav. Ii. Melm in took. 3rd Ward win. Schlimbach. 4 the Ward a a a a a. If. Shu items. It a Uiva a John Javines. The republicans made most excellent nominations wednesday evening and if they exercise the same care in the City convention to be held wednesday evening of next week they will go before the people with an exceptionally Strong ticket. Andrew Tuttle of the third Ward and a. Grower jr., of the fourth Ward were re nominated. They Are both members of the present Council and if faithful service counts with the people they will both be re elected by handsome majorities. Both men have been Active Iii the services of the City and made Good records. The personnel of All the Ward and or. G. D. Edgar was selected As Secretary. For councilman it was moved and seconded that the caucus pass the Call for present carried for assessor Frank Ferguson was named by k. P. Hooker and the nomination was made by acc aim Ion. For Board of education w. B. Etchen announced the name of n. G. Woodward and he was nominated by acclamation. The following Central committeeman were named erect. A p. E. Hel men erect. B. We. Geiger. G. W. Helpman moved that the chair appoint a committee of a m <4 Quot of we i pm Wii ii a amp a Werni mar or Andrew Tuttle. Tickets however is commendable. The republicans want to line up now for a Strong City ticket and they will go into the fight with a Strong probability of dividing up the responsibilities of the City government under the code with democrats. The result in the different wards is As follows first Ward caucus was called to order by committeeman p. E. Ill Man health a a for 25 years i have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla every Spring. It cleanses my blood makes me feel Strong and does me Good in every a John p. Hodnette Brooklyn . Pure and Rich blood carries new life to every part of the body. You Are invigorated refreshed. You feel anxious to be Active. You become Strong steady courageous. That a what Ayers Sarsaparilla will do for you. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. A. Grower to. Throe to select delegates to the City convention. Motion carried and chair appointed g. Vav. Helpmate e. E. Beardsley and we. Burke. I Ley a Yors an nou need the d ame of win. Geiger for councilman and he was nominated by acclamation. Bey Ayers moved that the Central committee be empowered to fill any vacancies that might occur on the ticket motion carried. H. W. Myers offered a motion to have delegates selected to vat for or. Beardsley for mayor motion carried. It was moved and seconded that e. P. Hooker be a candidate for councilman at Large and delegates of the 1st Ward be instructed to vote for him motion carried. The committee submitted the following list of delegates and it was accepted delegates Dev Ayers Vav. C. Burke l. E. Beardsley g. W. Helpman Fred Brown or. Ipp. Myers John Beal in k. Reynolds Leo. Sci Eurmar j. P. Buffington j. P. Cameron w. La Etchen Fay Martin Harry Brinsmade or. F. I. Edgar e. P. Hooker Roy Harley . Houck Vav. S. Palmer Kyi Garver n. G. Woodward l. E. Myers John Lynde Henry Breckbill will Geiger. Alternates a or. In j. Emery c. I. Morse e. In Aliett l. T. Branson c. C. Kuhn c. In Squire g. In Deatrick Al b. Harris a. Groweg. It was moved and seconded that caucus adjourn motion carried. Second Ward. The second Ward Republican caucus was called wednesday evening at 7 30. Vav. In Merlin Tockas elected chairman and hex Peaslee Secretary. The first thing in order was the nomination of a candidate for councilman. Or motion of c. J. Daoust the nomination went to Geo. C. Dirr by acclamation and he was declared the nominee. Two names were presented to the caucus for members of Board of education Clinton Seither and Daniel Lieberthal. A ballot was ordered and or. Lieberthal having the majority of the votes was declared the nominee of the caucus. J. A. Baughman was next nominated for assessor by acclamation. The caucus then proceeded to the election of committeemen which resulted As follows erect. A Lee Richardson erect. A vv7. In Mcclintock. The follow id list of delegates and alternates were then voted upon and accepted delegates a. J. Do oust r. Vv7. Wortman r. Vav. Webb in s. Hollinshead. Robt. G. Holgate la. B. Tenzer Geo. Baird m. Howard i. Lieberthal. Geo. C. Dirr l. In Peaslee Alex Peaslee Lee Richardson. Wesley Koly j. R. White Vav. In Mcclintock. Alternates Vav g. Jarvis Webb Wood Henry Seither c. P. Harley in e. Myers Geo. Ensign l. Al Davis e. J. Webb l. Trowbridge Geo. Al dices in p. Kettenring Fred Miller. Henry Dicus jr., Holgate Harley j. A. Baughman Robt. Motherwell. Third Ward. The republicans of the third Ward met Iii caucus at 7 30 wednesday with win. Schlembach As chairman and Jesse a. Benner As Secretary. The caucus at once proceeded to nominations and named the following ticket Council Andrew Tuttle assessor Jwill Robinson Board education Wallace Hickman. Win. Schlembach was re elected Central committeeman. The following delegates were then chosen delegates a. A. Gleason will Robison win. Leaders j. Corbin ii. Reiker James Hailer Al Bates Howard cry de Evvine i hearted Gleason Elmer a died i j. E. Ralston Frank Miller. Alternates Harry Vav Eisenburg Ger we. Helmick John Adams Geo. Vav. Chubb a. Tuttle. Well known Young lady passed away m iss Brown called by death after illness a of less than a week. Augustaf Ena Brown daughter of or. And mrs. In Brown died at her Home Corner of Clinton and fourth streets at 12 40 a. In. Thursday. The deceased was born in this City january loth 1885, and All of her life had been spent Here. While miss Brown was troubled with a cold for several weeks it was not until saturday evening that she was forced to take to her bed. From that time on she grew rapidly worse until death ended her sufferings this morning. Her trouble was pneumonia and Erv Spelas. Miss Brown was a most lovable girl and was a great favorite among a Large Circle of friends. She was an attendant of the Public schools having been a member of the third year class. She gave up school work the first of the year on account of her health she was a Young lady who made Many friends and never lost the esteem of those who came to know her. It is a i that one so Young so promising should have been Cut Down at the threshold of womanhood. But it was the will of he who Gareth the master whose Wisdom none dare question. The great sorrow of the family is shared in Many Homes where this obedient child and Model Young lady was always a Welcome visitor. The deceased was a member of the German m. E. Church and her faithful pastor Rev. David Dob Brick was with the family when the end came. The parents and Brothers and Sisters of the deceased have the sympathy of All. The funeral will occur from the Home saturday afternoon Rev. Dobbrick officiating. The n Mains will lie interred in Riverside cemetery. Louie Brown who is located in Mississippi was the Only member of the family away from Home when death Carne. A message was sent him wednesday telling of the serious illness of his sister. It is expected that he will come Home. Fourth Ward. Committeeman of precinct 13, at 7.30 p. In. A. Viers was chosen Secretary. The nominations made Are As follows councilman a. Groweg or. Assessor j. In Pocock member Board education j. A. Backus. Central committeemen were elected As follows j. In shul ters precinct a John Jaynes precinct b. The Central committee was authorized to fill vacancies. The following delegates to City convention were chosen Samuel rub a. Viers Johnf. Hamilton we. Bock Vern. Hubbard a. J. Sanford Frank Miller Samuel Miller de Holly j. In Shu Liers John Jaynes ii. Lewis de Hamilton Peter Harrell. Alternates a Harrell Hareld Ezra Hanna m. S. Ashton Dias. Ayers Dias Morris Jerry Pocock de Kibble. Delegates present at City convention instructed to cast the vote of the delegation of the Ward. Or. And mrs. Herman Bartels have returned to their Home in Canton. Mrs. David Sharpe of Hicksville is the guest of John marshal and family. John Gettle caught a 22-Pound Pickeral in the Maumee River at the foot of Clinton Street Friday morning. The will of Sherman Tittle was filed in probate court Friday. Evv. Costello has been appointed executor. Mrs. Fred Travis and son Teddy of Tole to Are tin1 guests of her parents or. And mrs Vern. Sharp. Ii. P. Miller attended a meeting of butter and egg dealers at Fostoria thursday. Ile returned Home last evening. Republicans of the fourth Ward City of Defiance met in caucus March la 1903. Caucus was called to order by de Colwell done to get Blue you May feel out of sorts All run Down Cross irritable headache Back ache nervous m discouraged diner but you need not. Eat what you want keep regular hours get plenty of sleep and take a Small dose of or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin a. Boars the up i kind you have always Bough a grand jury made report thursday l. E. Elsworth was amongst those who were indicted. Do you know that you get your Back if Money Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy a Ripe old age the old reliable fails a fair offer. Most cases of impure vioral. Kidney Ami i vhf trouble Ean be cured by Usi or one or two bottle a. Cases that Are severe or of Long standing May require More. In order that you May give remedy a thorough trial and run no risk we make this Liberal offer. We give a written guarantee with every lot of six bottles of this great remedy. If it helps you Witcos Tsuyou $5.uu, if the remedy fails it will Cost you nothing. We Trust to your honesty if you can after using this remedy faithfully t truthfully say that you Are not satisfied it will Cost you nothing. We can do no Mork of is free if it fails will you try it and get Well you do not risk a cent. Price.$1.00 Woodward druggist. His seventy second anniversary ask your doctor what be thinks of Ayers Sarsaparilla. He knows All about this grand old family Medicine. Follow his advice and we will be satisfied. J. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass. A Printer greatly surprised a i never was so much surprised in my life As i was with the results of using Chamberlain s pain Balm a says Henry t. Took Pressman of the Ashville n. A Gazette. A i contracted a severe Case of rheumatism Early last Winter by getting my feet wet. I tried several things for it without Benefit. It gone Day while looking Over the Gazette i noticed that pain Balm was positively guaranteed to cure rheumatism so bought a bottle of it and before using two thirds of it my rheumatism had taken its flight and i have not had a rheumatic a or Gale by the Ideal phar pain sold by n. G. Wood Macy 325 Clinton St. Ward. After each meal. If constipated take a tablespoonful before going to bed. Mrs. Sarah a. Mccracken of Corning Ohio writes As follows a while visiting in Taylorville 111., i came across your or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin. I have used two and one half bottles and it has done me More Good than All the Medicine i have used for two years. Please let me know if you will Send me three or four bottles and what it will Cost to Send if to Corning Perry county Ohio and oblige. Your druggist Sells this remedy if he is a Good druggist. 50c and is of bottles. Your Money Back of it done to Benefit you pepsin syrup co., Mon Legallo ii the circuit court concluded its work wednesday and adjourned without Day at 8 p. In. The cases disposed of were As follows Daniel Ridenour is Martha Sellers it a1 Appeal dismissed at Cost of defendant. The Lorain steel co., is the Emma Coal co., it a1 found error and judgment reversed at Cost of Coal company. Benj. C. Faurot is e. Hope Norton it a1 petition dismissed exceptions. E. Hope Norton it a1 is Geo. W. Taylor continued. The City of Defiance is p. G. Amp e. Co. Continued. Adolph Balske is. Wilhelmine Noack no error judgment affirmed. All of the Hicksville railway cases were continued for settlement. It is stated that the terms of settlement have been fully agreed upon. Common pleas court. Judge w. H. Hubbard was on the Bench a Short time thursday morning and after making one order adjourned court until 9 a. Jury in. Friday when the grand will report. Judge w. Ii. Hubbard was on the Bench in common plea court Friday. A motion to give further Security for Cost in the Case of Emma Leonard is. City of Defiance was sustained. Tile grand jury concluded its labors at noon today and sub netted the following report to the honorable w. In Hubbard j cube of the court of common pleas Defiance co. Ohio the grand jury of the court of common pleas of said county of the March term a. I 1903, be leave to report that they have been in session five Days and herewith return to the court the indictments presented by said jury. We have carefully examined into All such matters As have legitimately come to our notice having examined Over forty witnesses covering six cases and presented four Bills and ignored two cases considered by us. The business has been 1 transacted in As expeditious a manner As possible. During our session we visited the county jail examined its state and condition and inquired into the discipline and treatment of the prisoners and their habits diet and accommodations. We find and respectfully report to the court that the rules prescribed by the judge have been faithfully kept and observed and we did not find that any provision of Law for the regulation of county jails has been violated. W e recommend that a padded cell for the confinement of the insane prisoners be placed in said jail. We further recommend the replacing of the present closets in said county jail by others of modern and improved make for the purpose of improving the sanitary conditions of said jail. I i in submitted a has. F. Toller Foreman. March 13, 1903. The jury was then discharged and court took a recess. The names of those indicted and the charges were As follows Dias. Dowser of Hicksville forgery Samuel c. Corr of Defiance failure to support wife and child l. E. Elsworth of Defiance who went away with Maggie Kress on feb. 7th, 1903, kidnapping. There was one other person indicted but the name has not been made Public. The incest Case against Sam la off mad was ignored by the grand jury. There was absolutely no grounds for the charges against the Man. Judge w. Ii. Hubbard vent go to Lima saturday morning to hear an application for the appointment of a receiver. Our old Friend John Al baser of East Defiance celebrated the seventh second anniversary of is 1/ his birth on Friday. Time has left some Marks of its caressing hand upon his head has carved some lines in the old gentleman s face but he still possesses a great Deal of vigor and ranks among the Active and effective warriors in the Battle of life. Tri former years or. Buser used to travel the country extensively making sales of Medicine and became widely and favourably known. He still makes some sales but does not travel As in former years. On april 5th or. And mrs. Buser will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage and expect it to be a notable affair. The worthy couple were married in Switzerland and came to America in 18g5, locating at Wauseon Fulton county. They resided there seven and a half years and came to Defiance county and for Twenty two years have resided on Summit Street East Defiance where John owns a comfortable Home. Three children were born to this worthy couple two daughters and a son. The latter died while they resided at Wauseon. The eldest daughter mrs. Barbara Anderson resides in Minnesota and the other daughter mrs. Mary Morris is a resident of Toledo. Miss Louise Warner a daughter by a former marriage makes her Home with her grandparents. We Trust that the Golden wedding of or. And mrs. Buser May not Only be a pleasant affair but their lease of life May be Long extended and their years full of pleasure and Joy. Powder absolutely pure there is no substitute strange Cas Paris Green foun in dough or. And mrs. W. W. Burton of East Defiance have a new nine Pound girl baby at their Home. Mrs. Fill Switzer mrs. John Hodge and mrs. Pollock of Sherwood were in the City Friday. Bert Hopple and wife of it Wayne iud., were Here thursday on their wedding trip. They went on from Here to Hicksville. F. W. Dechaux left yesterday for the Indian territory where he will spend several weeks for the Benefit of his health. At Mike Streit s place on Jackson Street the following is painted on each of the windows a second Ward tammany judge . Shaw heard the testimony thursday evening Iii the Case of Anna Summers is Chas. Summers. A divorce will be granted mrs. Summers. There is considerable exc meet on South Washingto Street Over an occurrence at the Home of Lewis Weiler. On tuesday morning m Weiler commenced to mix Brea and while that work was still i Progress she stepped out to the woodshed for a moment an when she returned to the hous found that some one had up Paris Green in the dough. The work of bred mixing was at one suspended and an investigate of the Case is now being made. Mrs. Weiler when seen thur Day said that so far As she Kne they had no enemies in the neighbourhood and cannot co chive How the Paris Green Coul have been put Iii the bread o How any one could have enter the House and made their Esca it the Short time she was out. The Only other person Abou the House beside mrs. Weiler a the babe which was asleep. Drs. Westrick and Rigrish a been to the Weiler Home and or no need the stuff put in the Doug As Paris Green. The druggist m. Min Selsaas the same. The wailers have been warn not to drink any water from t Well until the Case has been Tho roughly investigated. New Rector Grace Church the Toledo Blade of Frid evening says Captain Ira greens canal boat j sunk in the murky Waters of the three mile level Friday afternoon. George Dilley reports that the pension of Daniel Reno let of Junction has been increased to a to per month. Its never still a minute v works with All its might makes people Well Anil Happy Rocky Mountain Tea taken at night. Weisenburger amp Emery. J. J. Malloy was taken with c fainting spell in Sommer s ref Tau rant at the noon hour ii Ley and had to be taken to his Home in a Carriage. Bear die it Vuu ave signature is Rev. Or. Hopkins former Rector of St. Paul a Fri shop churel1., Toledo has been a pointed minister in charge of t eau Rich Mission work at deft an and Napoleon. Ile succeeds Ile George s. May whose death curved some time ago. Or. Hokins begins his duties at once. Is your Tongue coated Are y nervous and weak have Yon is headache do you bloat after latin Rocky Mountain Tea will positive cure Yon. Soc. Weisenburger Emery. Defiance College Defiance Ohio. Classical philosophical literary and Normal courses schools in music Art election Commerce and theology. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature of of organized Aud efficient teachers in All departments largest enrolment in the history of the school. Endowment doubled during the present year. New teachers added to the faculty. Normal work a . Frederick a. Roman a. M a Normal expert and a graduate of the National Normal College and Yale University has been a it a c <1 at the head of the teachers College. Prof. Vav. W. Webber of the National Normal University and the Ohio state University has been placed at the head of the Depar ment of nation i science Yon get what Yon want at the smallest Cost. Total Cost of living expenses $100 to$2.50 per week. Spring Quarter opens april 7th summer term opens june 15th, and continues seven weeks seven dollars pays the tuition for the summer term and secures Yon a season to the Maumee Valley Chautauqua which is Worth the entire Cost of the summer school. Write for information. P. W. Mcreynolds president

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