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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - March 26, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance in a City the second Shade population to too owing rapidly a tilt uate at the Confluence the Auola ize and Maumee i Ivers. 0000000 c000gs a republicanism unquestioned a family newspaper 00$0g00qgd3gggc c g0-w0g0000g0 and the Best 00000000 0g00 the heart the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday March 26, 1903. No. 16 republicans City neet in convention meeting largely attended and an Lent ticket nominated. Excel the ticket City ticket. Mayor John p. Cameron. President Council Frank x. Groselle. Auditor Wesley Al Mcclintock treasurer a. Al Beardsley. Solicitor Frederick l. Flay. Board Public services . S. Bowlby n. G. Cunningham win. Helmink. Councilmen at Large a e. P. Hooker i year in . Holgate 2 years Jacob Fleim Licher 2 years. Ward ticket. Coit Sci men. First Ward win. Geiger. Second Ward Geo. C. Birr. Third Ward Andrew Tuttle. Fourth Ward a. Crowed. Or. Assessor first Ward Frank Ferguson. Second Ward a. A. Baughman. Third Ward will Robinson. Fourth Ward John Peacock. Board education. First Ward a. G. Woodward. Second Ward i. Leiber Tyml. Third Ward Wallace Rickman. Fourth Ward John a. Backus. Township ticket. Justice the peace a. Virs trustees a. S. Wei Hie. Treasurer a. H. Morris. Constables fee Richardson assessor out Side City a Frank birr. Both the Republican and democratic parties in Defiance have completed their tickets and they will now go to the people for their acceptance rejection at the polls monday april 6th, 1903. The convention wednesday evening was made up representative men. It was the purpose and Endeavor to make nominations that would Call out the commendation All Good citizens and in that we think they that will attach to them if elected but they All stand pledged to give their Best efforts to the cause the people if they Are successful. A splendid spirit pervaded the convention and every nomination made called out Hearty applause from the delegates. The he accepted the nomination. C. J. Thompson presented the name flank x. Giosef be the third Ward for president the Council and the nomination was made by acclamation. The name . Groselle was warmly received and unanimously made the Choice the convention. The name w. La. Mcclintock the second Ward was presented for auditor by r. To wort Ryan and the nomination was made by acclamation. Upon Call for candidates for treasurer . G. I. In Gar presented the name l. To. Beardsley the first Ward and the nomination was made by acclamation. The nomination called out much applause. The name f. L. Hay it republicans were anxious to go before the people with candidates i fourth Ward for solicitor in whom the men All parties would have Confidence and with that thought in mind they wrought and Hie result Speaks for their intelligence. The report the convention is apprentice Vaas and presented by a. Grow Eger the nomination was made by acclamation. Or. Hay was not present at the convention having been called to Columbus to argue a Case before the supreme court and in consequence the delegates missed a Noushig speech from that gentleman. Names for members the Board Public service were then presented As follows c. B. Squire presented the name f. S. Bowlby the first Ward w. Al Mcclintock the name n. G. Cunningham the second Ward and c. J. Thompson the name win. Helmink the third Ward. The names All the gentlemen were loudly applauded and they were nominated by acclamation. The nomination councilman at Large was then taken up. In w. Wortman presented l. E. Beardsley de. Tile party has a ticket around which every Man in the party can and ought to rally and if Almy do that All will be Well. The republicans the City name r. G. Holgate second Ward for a term a. H. Mclintock were successful. They were there not to criticise the men who had been chosen by the opposition but to give unmistakable evidence their desire to make it possible for the people to have Good Safe and conservative government under the new code the men who were nominated in the convention Are Well know n to the people Defiance. They All appreciate the responsibility i coughed a a i had a most stubborn cough for Many years. It deprived me sleep and i grew very thin. I then tried Ayers Cherry pectoral and was quickly r. N. Mann fall Mills Tenn. F. L. Hay Defiance met in Delegate convention Iii the court House wednesday evening. March 28th, 1903, for the purpose nominating a City ticket. The meeting was called to order by j. Ii. Shu hers. Chairman the Central committee and motion w. In Mcclintock he was chosen to preside Over the meeting. Alex Peaslee the second Ward was chosen Secretary and the convention then took up tile work before it. After Reading the Call the Secretary called the weird for candidates for mayor. L. E. Beardsley the first Ward presented the name John p. Cameron in a rousing speech and the Nomi Tion w As made by acclamation the nomination was loudly applauded and when . Cameron was called before the convention the the two dears de Hamilton the name Acou t ii 6 be a pm to Ward for a term 2 years and win Geiger the name e. Al Looker the first Ward for a Erm one year. There being no other names before the convention the gentlemen above named were nominated by acclamation. This completing the City ticket he convention was then resolved into a township convention motion w. Al Mcclintock and he matter nominations w As at once taken up. Tile names Geo. W. Killed my a. Viers were presented to the convention for Justice the Oeaze. The name . Killey was withdrawn and . Viers was nominated by acclamation. The name s. 8. Weible was presented for trustee by Bey Ayers and the nomination was made by acclamation. J. Ii. Morris was named for treasurer and he was nominated sixty years cures and such testimony As the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry pectoral will do. We know its the greatest cough remedy Ever made. And you will say so too after you try it. There a cure in every drop. Three sizes 25c. 50c., is. All druggists. Consult your doctor. If he says take it. Then do As he says. If he tells you not to take it. Then done to take it. He knows. Leave it with him. We Are willing. 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 re suits using Chamberlain s a Jain Balm a says Henry t. Crook Pressman the Ashville n. A Gazette. A i contracted a severe Case rheumatism Early last w inter by getting my . Tried several things for it with out Benefit. One Day while look ing Over the Gazette i noticed that paid Balm was positively guaranteed to cure rheumatism so bought a Flottle it and before using two thirds it my rheumatism bad taken its flight and i have not had a rheumatic pain sold by n. G. Woodward. A banker s daughter Survey our Rivers is completed John f. Frost discusses the work his associate and himself the old Reu Able j. P. Cameron nominee for mayor the City Defiance. H is speech acceptance . Chairman gentlemen the convention the nomination has come to me unsought and unsolicited. Coming As it does As the unanimous expression your will i deem it my duty As a Republican and citizen this City to accept it. In doing so i appreciate the responsibility and also the far greater responsibility if my nomination should Fie ratified by the votes the electors at the polls. The approaching municipal election is greater importance to the people Defiance than any other Iii its history. Under the new code Newt and unsettled questions will be constantly arising which will require careful consideration. In accepting this nomination i ask the support All republicans and All citizens and if elected will to the utmost my Power Endeavor to perform the duties the office for the Best interest and welfare the City. Fly acclamation. The name Lee Richardson for Constable was presented to the convention by . Al Mcclin tack and the nomination was made by acclamation. Frank birr was then nominated for assessor Aud s. Vav. Morris elected committeeman in the precinct outside the City and one the largest and most enthusiastic City and township conventions Ever held Iii the City came to an end. The spirit the convention we As Fine and nearly All the representative men Iii the City were present. Or. And mrs. Perry Devault near Brunersburg have a new girl baby at their Home. Spent six Hundred dollars with specialists visited a dozen the worlds famous watering places tried Massage ism and everything she could hear and at last got More Relief from a 50c bottle . Caldwell s syrup pepsin than from anything she had Ever tried. She was suffering from Stonbach trouble and constipation. She writes us that she has gained 28 pounds and is fully cured. Name application. Mrs. We. Collier 135 n. Robey St., Chicago. 111., under Date nov 2.1901, writes a i have been troubled with indigestion and nervousness and weakness in the Back for seven years. I have been to four doctors and have taken Many kinds Medicine but could not get cured. I saw your advertisement in the paper and i sent for a trial bottle. Even the trial bottle did me Good so i sent for a 11.00 bottle my druggist but he had Only a fifty cent bottle so i took that then the next time i got a $1.00 bottle. I am very glad and proud your Medicine and i am willing for you to advertise is anywhere for your your Money Book it done to Benefit you pepsin syrup co., Monticello Iii. For Sale by the Ideal pharmacy 325 Clinton St. The ii team county commissioners have commenced proceedings to Force a big ditch Down the Powell Creek Valley in this county. S. La. Reeves Sandusky state Deputy great commander in. O. T. Al., tuesday evening. All members requested to be present. Mrs. Bey avers babe and Mother mrs. Sam a. Maxwell ult for Green Springs w wednesday where they will visit for two weeks with mrs. E. D. Hilbert. Or. And mrs. James i Afon Taine East Defiance have a new boy. Baby at their Home. Jim now has four boys in the family and deserves a place at the head the class. Mrs. Sarah a. Metz Adams township is in a very critical condition. She was stricken w Ith paralysis about one week ago. Mrs. Metz is the Mother county recorder John Al Metz the democrats will hold their state senatorial convention thirty second District in Wapakoneta tuesday april 28, with to t. Ansberry Defiance As temporary chairman and . T. Beal Lima temporary Secretary. Two senators Are to be nominated and each the seven counties except a Glaize and Defiance has a candidate. A Strong Effort was made to have the convention come to Defiance but the Denman forces Defeated the move. That prob-1 Means his defeat. Memorial. Died at the Home her father two Miles Southwest Ayersville sunday March 8th, Gladys Gertrude mix consumption aged 18 years 6 months 28 Days. She leaves a father two Small Sisters three Brothers and mail friends to mourn her loss her Mother having died three years ago. The funeral occurred from the free Baptist Church tuesday March 10th, conducted by Rev. Latch a Fin Day tie Highland Grange having charge the services at the cemetery. Over two years ago Gladys gave her heart to god during a revival conducted by Rev. Metzner the it. Calvary evangelical Church. Later she United with the free Baptist Church which she remained a faithful member until her death. She was also a faithful member the Young people s Alliance tile it. Calvary Church and is the first member this organization to be called to her Reward. We As a society feel that we have lost one our members who was a True Follower Christ one whose life was pure and unselfish. And while we Are sad we realize that the loss is greatest in the Home where she so lovingly and patiently tried to fill her Mother s place. We extend to the bereaved family our Heartfelt sympathy Iii this their great affliction and May we All be Able to say from our hearts a thy will be v. H. Smith pres. Mrs. Nettie Hill Cor. Sec a. In an interview with j. F. Frost he informed us that . Stein Berger Aud himself had completed the Survey the Rivers Fieg in last october. It involved an immense amount we Ork and consumed nearly seven months time and he says that they walked More than 1200 Miles in the work just completed. He also says that they Are now preparing plans for the water Power Plant which will he the most modern and perfect construction known to Hydraulic and electrical experts. The dam and Power Finouse will be massive Stone construction the most enduring character. The canal race Way about one and one half Miles leading the water from the dam to the Power House will be Large capacity sixty feet wide at the water line and ten feet deep capable supplying water at slow Speed two Turbine wheels 2,500 horse Power capacity. The fall at the Power House will be 20 feet and the Reservoir capacity will exceed 250,000,000 cubic feet. The present plans provide for two pairs horizontal we heels 425 horse Power each and one single horizontal wheel 150 horse Power capacity making 1,000 horse Power in All. The Power House will however be arranged for an ultimate wheel capacity 2,500 horse Power with auxiliary steam Plant for use in times extremely Low water. All the electrical equipments will be the latest and Hest designs the generators will be the alternating currant three phase revolving Field Type direct coupled to the water wheel shafts thus doing away with All shafting belting and intermediate machinery and wonderfully simplifying the whole construction. All lines will be Large size and heavily insulated in order that the voltage May be kept Low and tile dangers throughout the system reduced to the minimum. It is his belief that the installation this Plant which he firmly believes will be completed during the present year will Mark the beginning a new Era permanent Prosperity for City experts claim that a factory equipped with motors at each machine can do More effective work with too electrical horse Power than with a steam Plant 200 horse Power and that where electrical current can be purchased at a reasonable Price that the saving in a single year will often pay for the entire change in equipment. Ile expressed the opinion that our citizens have paid too Little attention to the natural advantages that surround us and made the prediction that the despised a Bee Wax Quot in and around Defiance will in the near future be one the greatest factors in the Prosperity our City. It is said that tests show that our a with to per cent Akron Clay makes the finest possible floor tiling and Many think it will make Fine sewer tile. He expressed pleasure that Wra. Martin John w. Winn Edward Squire and other influential citizens Are interesting themselves in this matter and believes they will be successful in showing up the wonderful possibilities that exist Iii the mountains a a beeswax that surround us. With the rapid transit line assured the Toledo and Indiana almost sure to reach us by Way Wauseon the Bowling Green amp Western now building in our direction the electric mule assuring us rapid and cheap water transportation the. Ijac Al preparing for Active work North and South a water Power practically assured capable furnishing Power for a City three four times our size surely the future our City never looked so Bright in All her history. The in in Miller co., is receive la urge numbers eggs. Of the roads were so that eggs could be brought to Market there would to a perfect flood them. Do you . Ai. B. Stevens has just had one . J. Sorensen a Ray machines installed in his office fifth Street. It is a very handsome machine and is a valuable acquisition to the other fixtures in the office. These machines Are successfully used in the treatment Many diseases such As cancer skin and nervous diseases. We understand that . G. A. Rig Rish has also had one the machines installed in his office. That you get your Back if Money Kinyone a blood and kidney remedy Putnam Fadeless dyes do not stain the hands spot the Kettle. Sold by e. N. I Ewis. Powder absolutely pure there is no substitute salaries increased j. E Blair to be new clerk. Having a run Chamberlain is cough remedy Between the hours eleven clock a. In. And closing time at night Jan. 25th, 1901, a. F. Clark druggist Glade Springs va., sold twelve bottles chamberlains cough remedy. Fie says a i never handled a Medicine that sold better gave better satisfaction to my customers. This remedy has been in general a use in Virginia for Many years and the people there Are Well acquainted with its excellent qualities. Many them have testified to the remarkable cure a which it has effected. When you need a Good reliable Medicine for a cough cold attack the grip use chamberlains cough remedy and you Are certain to be More than pleased with the Quick cure it affords. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. Postmaster Thompson has received word from Washington that All his recommendations have been approved by the department regarding clerk hire for the year beginning july i 1903. His budget was rather a heavy one and contained a request for an additional clerk for All night service. The salaries two clerks Are advanced �100 each and one �200. The night clerk will receive a salary �600 per year. The new night Man will be John i. Blair who is now serving As substitute mail Carrier. Air. Blair will be transferred out that Branch the service altogether to accept the clerkship created. Under the civil service rules obtaining Harry l. Brinsmade will become the substitute mail Carrier july i 1903. Xone these changes will go into effect until july i. The department has made a contract with air. Harley requiring occupancy its new building that Date. The department May order an investigation the causes delay. Some serious complications May arise if work is not pushed rapidly. Postmaster Weigerding paid out in salaries the sum �7,400. Air. Thompson has taken the business and increased the receipts so that he pays �11,400 in salaries and still sends the department As much net Cash As usual. For the Rural service �4,200 additional is sent into the town. Those carriers Are paid by warrants direct from the sub Treasury at Cincinnati. The sub station the East Side in charge Al Goldnetz and the one and the at the in a o., in charge Nellie Lee Floore Are both prosperous arid doing a Fine Hue business. Boars the signature the kind fan have always bouffe a fails Bear the ind you 3ve Aida signature is a fair offer. Most cases impure blood. Kidney and Liv it ? trouble can be cured by j. Cases that Are severe Long standing a require More. Info Berthat you May give this remedy a thorough trial and run no risk we make this Liberal offer. We give a written guarantee with every lot six bottles this great remedy it helps you it costs you $5.00, if the remedy fails it will Cost you nothing. We Trust to your honesty if von can. After using this remedy faithfully truthfully say that you Are not satisfied it will Cost you nothing. We can do no More it is free if it fails will you try it and get Well you do not risk a cent. Price.$1.00 Defiance College Defiance Ohio. No Woodwford. Druggist. Classical philosophical literary and. Normal courses schools in music Art elocution Commerce and theology. Reorganized and efficient teachers in All departments largest enrolment in the history the school. Endowing doubled daring the present year. New teachers added to the faculty. Normal work a specially. Frederick l roman a. M a Normal expert and a graduate the National Normal College nod Yale univer sity has been placed at the head the teachers College. Prof. W. W. Webber a. Of the National Normal University and the Ohio state University has been placed at the head the Depar ment National science you get what you want at the smallest Cost. Total Cost living expenses $3 00 to $3.50 per week Spring Quarter Ope in april 7th summer term opens june loth and continues seven weeks eleven d a Llars pays the tuition for the summer term and secures Yon a season to the Maumee Valley Chautauqua which is Worth the entire Cost the summer school. Wiite for information. P. W. Mcreynolds president

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