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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance is a City of the second Grade population to rapidly situated at tiie Confluence. Of the a Glaize and Maumee heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday May 7, 1903. No. 22 changes City officials of Defiance married last june. Uncle John Flanagan is superintendent of the streets. The officers elected under the j new code to serve the people of Defiance went into office today. The Transfer of the records in the mayors office occurred this afternoon and w. Hill is now in Possession of the effects in the solicitors office. Karl Vav. I Heerdegen the new auditor received from City clerk Vav. It. Mcclintock at 2 p. In. Today such books and vouchers As belong to ids office. The balance of the books will be turned Over by or. Mcclintock to Bis successor who will doubtless be elected tuesday evening. There has been no Transfer in the funds in the City treasurers office and there is a question whether there will be for some Days and it May possibly not be before september. There is a close Legal question touching the Point that has not been settled and or. Kerns will probably decline to4turn Over any of the City funds to or. Jennings until the question is passed upon. The City clerk and City treasurer have made their final settlements and the books show that there is $26,581.43 in the City Treasury. The Board of Public service met in the Law office of Vav. Hill this morning and effected an organization by the election of the following officers president f. J. Mains vice president George p. Wohn clerk John Forst of the second Ward at a salary of $25 the other apply a. J. Lewis per month. Cants for the office were Valz j. S. Haller and Baltes. Uncle John Flannagan of the second Ward was elected superintendent of the streets at a salary of $500 a year. The other applicants were John Sherry Levi Degler win. Phillips Peter Schlosser Joe Bauble John Lau Tow j. B. Luken John Hubaker. Geo. Vogel of the second Ward was elected sidewalk inspector. He is one of the Best men for the place that the City Ever had and the Board did a Wise thing in choosing him. No action was taken As to the superintendency of the working Force at Riverside cemetery but Peter Murphy will very Likely continue in that capacity. He is a Good Man. We take the following clipping from one of the St. Marys Ohio papers their Many St. Marysz friends will no doubt be surprised to learn that actor e. Thomas son of or. And mrs. Vav. E. Thomas of this place and miss Florence j. Spengler of Defiance were United in marriage at Covington ivy., on june 9th, 1902. The matter has been kept a secret by the contracting parties not even their own folks being apprised of the fact until yesterday i when their marriage was announced. The Bride has been engaged As trimmer at mrs. J. R Thomas millinery store for the past three seasons and has made Many friends during Lier stay in this City. The Young couple will go to housekeeping about july 1st, and have the Best wishes of a Large Circle of mrs. Thomas has Many friends Here having been brought up in this City. The express joins in wishing the Young couple much happiness. New ice formed on the first Day of Alay is not a common thing in this latitude. Lenry Mcgovern of Liberty Center was Here thursday to attend the funeral of Robt. Kyle. The Case of c. I. Harley is. I John Ford forcible entry and de j Tamer has been filed in j ustice. Costello a court. Juthe Ann Yuetter 80-acre Faim in Highland township was sold today at sheriffs Sale for $4110. Mrs. August Wand bought the land. The charges of abandonment and desertion preferred against Paul Aderman by his wife were withdrawn Friday afternoon and he was released by sheriff Mccarty this morning. Sheriff John Mccarty and City marshal Thos. Buchholz drove to Ney thursday. The boys forgot their overcoats and when they reached the Village were nearly chilled to death. Mrs. Adam Liller who was injured april 22 in a runaway in North Defiance and has Ever since been at the Home of John Clemens in North Defiance was taken to her Home near Junction monday. W. F. Hedrick City editor of the Crescent news scooped All of his contemporaries wednesday Good and proper. The a a scoop was in the nature of a nine Pound boy that was left by the Stork at the Hedrick Home wednesday afternoon. Mother and babe doing Well. Longer sunday school touring party visit the Tomb of president William Mckinley at Canton. On april 15 it befell our lot to j Mander of the Day the Salute was spend two hours at Canton Given just As if the whole army waiting for a train. The entire was present. The lieutenant was party except Rev. Dowling who so kind and polite that he imme had gone ahead to Cumberland Diatel won our love and Devot went to West Lawn cemetery to j de attention. We Felt not a Little look upon the casket wherein lies proud to see on country repro Maud last night Jack told me that he would t marry the Best girl living unless what unless she used Rocky Mountain Tea. Sensible fellow. Soc. Weisenburger amp Emery. The trustees of Defiance township held a meeting monday. Morning. No business of importance was transacted beyond the allo sauce of a few Bills. In p. Miller bought 555 dozen of eggs of j. F. Singer monday. Hor in had business of its own shortly after three of clock Friday afternoon some excitement and amusement we recreated by a runaway which occurred on Clinton Street. An itinerant peddle had stopped near third Street and left his horse while he went to take a Glass of the animal profiting by previous experience and evidently realizing that his master might be wrapped up in an a a absorbing problem for some time decided to take a Little walk. When Down near Weisenburger a harness shop a Street car frightened it and the horse swerving the Rig Struch another buggy tied there. Remembering that in the Pursuit of Success one must not be Stop Ped by Small obstacles it suddenly seemed to remember some temporarily forgotten Enterprise Anil started right out to look after it. The equipage flew Over the Low joints of the Clinton Street pavement scattering r cargo of old buggy wheels Anc other junk like Rice at a wedding the outfit was flagged Down and finally stopped on the Clin ton Street Bridge. No damage was sustained beyond the loss o deck cargo As stated above. The men carried them Down the Street in tubs and made a very curious procession. Miss Millie Gorman has resigned her position As organist of St. Mary�?T3 Catholic Church. She will be succeeded by Aliss Madge Doherty who will play or the first time next sunday. Judge Vav. In Hubbard a Dourt stenographer g. S. Alay returned thursday from Paulding where the common pleas court has been in session. Court was adjourned until the 2nd of Lune. C. J. Anthony general tary of the Catholic a a i was very poorly and could hardly get about the House. I was tired out All the time. Then i tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and it Only took two bottles to make me feel perfectly mrs. N. S. Swing Princeton to. The remains of our Martyr president William Mckinley. The vault is guarded night and Day by seven u. S. Soldiers. One Soldier paces from the door of the vault to the end of the Cement walk leading to drive Way about forty feet Distant from the door. Another Sentinel walks Back and Forth on the Hill in the rear of the vault. About every half hour the latter guard walks entirely around the vault at a distance of fifty to seventy feet. No one is allowed to approach the vault nearer than the end of the Cement walk without being attended by the lieutenant or his assistant. While or. Clark went to the lieutenants Headquarters we talked with the soldiers who have two tents nearby. Each Soldier is on duty two hours at a time. They Are in Complete uniform around with a six shooter Rifle and detachable Bayonet the latter can thus be used for a Saber As Well As a Bayonet. When we asked whether any one seated by such a Noble fellow. Or. Clark has now been to the vault three times. A feeling of deep Devotion to our nation seemed to Settle around us As we walked reverently away from the guarded remains of our dearly beloved president. 1�?Tlie Monument which is being planned for this Noble countryman has not been commenced yet. We Are told that it is to be to higher than Washington a Monument. It is to contain an Elevation for passengers to go to the top. How Well our country honors and cares for its beloved departed ought to care How much better for those we Young people who Are to be its future leaders. It is not a poor american citizen who will not do his part. Lovingly yours Columbus o. E. Goller. Tiffin township convention. The s. S. Of Tiffin will hold their convention at the Salem Ever attempted to steal the body j evangelical Church saturday at they replied that Only twice had 7 30 and sunday afternoon at knights Secre of there been any attempt and in each Case a few shots dispersed the robbers. On the arrival of the lieutenant we walked up to the door of the vault which is open. A heavy steel grate door prevents a preaching the casket nearer than about seven feet. The casket lies about three feet from Hie floor. It is completely covered with wreaths from Russia Cuba Porto Rico Etc. 1 30, May 23 and 24. For program next week. Watch notice to township presidents Polit e a m e Rica is at the approach of the com the county Secretary urges All _ j township presidents to look after one Delegate from their township to attend the state convention at Portsmouth june 9, to and la. Try and Send in the name of the Delegate to the county Secre a tary Fleury l. Stock by the 25th of Alay. Please attend to this matter at once. Send news to Henry ii. Stock the will of Leander l. Alason late of Adams township decease Ohio came Here from Cleveland j e was admitted to probate sunday night and is being entertained by local Branch no. 2. He brought with him a Check for $1000, the insurance on the life of the late John a. Beez. Air. Anthony is very much pleased with Defiance and with the condition of the order Here. Tired when you go to bed tired when you get up tired All the time. Why your blood is impure that a the reason. You Are living on the Border line of. Nerve exhaustion. Take Ayers Sarsaparilla and be quickly cured. Of tags Aik your doctor what he thinks of Ayers Sarsaparilla. He knows All about this grand old family Medicine. Follow his advice and we will be satisfied. J. C. Ater co., Lowell Mesa. Spring laziness legs ache Back aches Felt tired no ambition no appetite a run Down feeling. Rocky Mountain Tea puts new life into your body you feel Good All Over 35c Weisenburger amp Emery. A corps of surveyors Are working Between Jewell and this City laying out the route of the peo pleas rapid transit electric company. Clement in. Wood Ward after an illness of Many months died Friday evening Alay 1st, at his Home in Liberty Center. Deceased was one of the bes known business men of Henry county and was highly respected and appreciated for his Sterling Worth and Fine business qualifications. He leaves a widow and four children. Three Brothers survive him one o. U. Woodward residing in Defiance county. Look i your Mirror give to be rid of those pimples and blackheads that Sallow complexion those Lustre less eyes no doubt you would give 50 cents to be cured of constipation liver troubles indigestion and dyspepsia get rid of these troubles and your complexion will Clear up like an april Day after a Shower. Take or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin mrs. Mary o. Hahn no. S033 Michigan ave., Chicago 111., writes a for two years i have been troubled Wita bilious Ness caused by inactivity of the liver. I had dizzy spells at times pains across my Back and a tired heavy feeling with loss of appetite and nervousness. Our family physician prescribed some liver tablets which certainly did not help me in the least. I took Apollinari and other Mineral Waters but my complexion became More yellow and my general health worse. Reading one of your Little booklets i decided to give or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin a trial and am so glad i did. One bottle did More for me than ten dollars Worth of other remedies. I knew at once i had the right remedy. I kept thursday. H. C. Alason has been named As executor. Isaac Deveaux of this City with Headquarters at Cambridge has been made defendant in five suits instituted at Columbus by the United states of America. He is charged with having imported men from Canada to work for Lim in Cambridge. The government seeks to recover $1,000 in each Case. Airs. It. Carey May and children left wednesday afternoon for new York and will sail saturday for London where they will join air. Alay and make their future Home. The following marriage licenses have been issued Hershal Michael 24, and miss Ida Herman 19, both of Hicksville Charles a. Alexander 29, Ai d miss Grace Reisch 25, both of Hicksville. Order of eagles instituted in Defiance old folks i ceremonies conducted by the it Wayne aerie. Find that there is no Medicine to be had today that will do them a much Good As Kinyone a bloods kidney remedy the reason for this is that it is the most scientific remedy and recognized As such for kidney and liver troubles. It regulates the liver and kidneys thus enabling these organs to perform their natural functions properly and they carry off the impurities As nature intended they should do this insures pure blood and perfect health. It will give you fresh Energy and new life. See what mrs. App says. Elkhart ind., june 15,1898. The Kinyon medical co. Gentlemen a i wish to state that i have taken three bottles of your blood and kidney remedy and it has done me More Good than anything i have taken and i have tried a great Many different remedies but not one of them has done what yours has done. My nervous system was All run Down. I could not sleep nights and had no appetite now my appetite is Good and i can sleep Good All night. Respectfully no. 107 Clark Street. Mrs. Geo. Tipp. , druggist. Program District conference and missionary convention of Defiance District Central Ohio annual conference Grover Hill Ohio May 4th, 5th and 6th, 1903. Monday afternoon May 4th. 3 30. Opening elder 8 15. Roll Call and minute business. Monday evening. 7 80. Devotional services. Rev. J. F. Mounts 8 <>0. , j. A Ducy tuesday morning May 5th. 8 00. Smooth As a baby and spirits thanks to your remedy. Your Money Back of it done to Benefit you pepsin syrup co., Montic Hoy Iii. For Sale by the Ideal pharmacy 325 Clinton St. Amid screams of approbation from the visiting Birds thursday night the fledglings of Defiance aerie fraternal order of eagles first tried their wings. Shortly after six of clock in the evening the special train consisting of two coaches and a baggage car brought in one Hundred and seven members of the it. Wayne Lodge and the it. Wayne band. The baggage car also contained a number of instruments intended to Aid the Young Birds in their first attempt at flying. They were met at the station by the local candidates and the Defiance military band. A procession was formed and they marched Down to the National 8 15. It 80, devotional services. Rev. S. J. Colgen minute business. What is yet needed in the Church for the evangelization of the world Rev. C. M. Monosmith w hat can the pastor do to Supply this need. Rov. W. F. Ernsberger 10 80. W. Ii. M. S. And tile Home Field. Mrs. M. Bailey a word and a song. Rev. Lee Aultman 11 00. The olo Council ended labors saturday night. The City Council met in adjourned session saturday evening the following members being present Beardsley Bohannon Chenevert Groweg ill Mick Hooker and Tuttle. A Resolution appointing Geo. Ii. Dicus of the second Ward and e. Moss of the third Ward members of the Board of equalization for a term of three years was read and adopted All voting Aye but Bohannon and Chenevert. A Resolution was then read appointing the following persons members of the Board of health j. H. Shulters four years p. E. Helpman three years Arthur Diehl two years. Resolution was adopted All voting Aye but Bohannon and Chenevert. At this juncture messes. Bohannon and Chenevert asked to be excused. Then clerk the entered the min notes of the meeting of the evening in the journal and after the Council had approved the minutes of the meetings april 21 april 28, May i and 2, each it adjourned sine die. We in married on sunday evening Alay 3d, by Rev. In w. Slagle at the parsonage or. Frederick is Noop and miss Etta Osman both of Defiance county. Union Hall. In the evening the regular work was taken up Aud Over one Hundred candidates were taken in. Of these about a dozen came from Hicksville and the rest were from this City. After the initiation ceremonies were Over they sat Down to a banquet which was served by caterer Frank Sommers. At about one of clock this morning the Lodge marched up to the station headed by the band and soon the visitors were on their Way Back to it. Wayne. The order of eagles is one of the prominent orders of the West which is rapidly increasing in strength. They have started Here with a flourishing and enthusiastic Branch. Tuesday afternoon. 2 00. Devotional services. Rev. J. A. Hoffman 2 15. Minute business. 8 00. John Stewart our first missionary Rev. N. B. C. Love d. 8 80. India As i Rev. O. Shreves 4 00. Orphanage work in India. Miss Marceliett Elliott from Poona India. 4 80. The sunday school As a missionary . W. Horne tuesday evening. 7 80 prayer for missions. Rev. E. A Brumbaugh 8 00 India As a missionary Field. Rev. J. W. Waugh d. D., Lucknow India. 8 80 woman a work in India. Mrs. Jennie Tinsley Waugh Lucknow id. Wednesday morning May till. 8 00 devotional services. Rev. J. A. Spyker 8 15 minute business 9 00 what can the Epworth league do Rev. . Sullivan 9 30 India and its needs. Miss Marceliett Elliott Poona India. 10 00 a Dollar a member at least for missions we Are Able. Rev. W. W. Curl 10 30 How i got . W. S. Calp 11 00 whose heart the lord opened. Mrs. Ii. J. Kiester w e does i Jay Apte noon. 2 00 . J. I. Wean 2 30 peculiarities and Success of our work. Rev. J. W. Waugh d. A Lucknow India. 8 00 evangelistic or Zenana work. Miss Jennie Tinsley Waugh Lucknow India. 3 30 the world wide Mission of the United states Rev. J. Swank 1 00 question drawer. Rev. J. W. Waugh d. A. Lucknow India. Wednesday evening. 7 80 devotional services. Rev. , d. The worlds open doors tile perishing millions and our ability As god s Call and our commission. Rev. E. I. Whitlock j. And the door was shut or the peril of disobedience. Rev. F. W. Stanton Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought the old reliable powder absolutely pure there is no substitute the City funds clerk and treasurer Settle the City clerk and City user signed up their final ment sheets monday the statement show s the treas Settle and Condit bears the big nature of give the children Rocky Mountain Tea this month makes them Strong makes them eat sleep and grow. Good for the whole family. A Spring tonic that makes sick people Well. 35 cents Weisenburger amp Emery. The following marriage licenses have been issued Geo. Under Wood 22, and miss Maud Byers 18, both of Farmer Frederick Knock 31, and Etta Osman both of Highland township Chas. A. Yan Horn 36, of Bon Eta ind., and Aliss Ethel j. Fuller 21, of Hicksville. Peter Coressel went to Whitehouse thursday to buy Stone for his new residence. The House which replaces the one which was burned recently will be a two Story Frame Twenty eight by thirty feet with a basement and Stone foundation. The contract work has been let to Sebastian Smith. Monday at about 7 30 of clock while Arthur Osborn was working near a planer at the Defiance Alaphine works a heavy Metal parallel strip fell on one of his feet. He was badly bruised about the ankle but fortunately no Bones were broken the injured Man w As taken to his Home in a Carriage and it will be several weeks before lie will be Able to he about. Henry Weisenburger has purchased an eight horse Power gasoline engine of John c. Vandenbroek and will use it in running the Stone sawing apparatus that he is erecting on the rear of his lot on Clinton Street. W. G. Medary and John Lowery Are making the frames for the saws to be used in getting out Stone for buildings a. Air. Weisenburger will have quite an Industry when once under Way. At the meeting of the Sultana survivors held at Kent this week the association elected to follow ing officers colonel s. H. Ran Debaugh Lindsay lieutenant colonel a. A. Jones Middlefield major a. W. King of Defiance adjutant j. J. Zaiser Canton quartermaster w. Ii. Norton Hudson chaplain. Or. W. O. Madden Xenia. Next year s reunion will be held at Galion o. The members of the association Are the survivors of the destruction during the rebellion of the Teamer Sultana. Ion of the funds of the City of Defiance Ohio Alay 4th, 1903, to be As follow s general. $ 1269 98 fire. 238 47 Road. 5972 71 water. 9700 87 Clinton fifth to Bridge. 716 58 Arabella and Wayne. 554 38 Clinton fifth to w Wlliams. 968 49 East Hopkins. 50 of ref unders us. 835 15 ref unders "91. 830 04 ref unders �?T87, 1st series. 41 41 ref unders it. 2nd series. 1606 88 firemen s pension. 2672 26 Library. 314 86 Raf unders us. 73 70 ref unders u9. 172 66 ref unders �?T1900. 42 56 ref unders 1901. 233 84 sewer. 6 39 police. 751 29 i 26,581 43 horse stolen at Stryker officer Tom Ansberry received a Telegram from Bryan sunday evening instructing him to look for and arrest Clayte Hubbard and Bert Al Innery. The Telegram stated that they had stolen a horse at Stryker sold it in Bryan and then drove to this City. The men could not be located Here. Quite a curiosity can be seen in the window of Woodward s drug store in the shape of a cow boy of formaldehyde just As imported from Germany. This is the famous Disen Festant used in hospitals the world Over. So Muir Ai Fig. Co. Is. Amp co. Pray judgment court notes. The follow ing new cases have been filed in common pleas court Jenks Bloom $100.50. Stoll casket works is. Bloom so co Pray judgment $112 05. Wisconsin chair co. Is. Bloom so co. Pray judgment $66.30. Judge Hubbard handed Down a decision londay in the Willett is. Short Case. The court finds that the note due from Jesse Short i unpaid and that the other notes involved have been settled. Established 1903, consequently up to Date. New designs Low prices first class work. M. J. Walz office next a or to the exp me printing office

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