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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - November 5, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance is a City or the second Grade population a to Ooola Glaize and Maumee i growing rapidly situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Ivers. The heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio thursday november 5, 1903. No. 48 i a voting precincts govt reps be treas. Comm a in a. I. Herrick a o of c o <3 s. Kehnast Hosier a c cd p a a Welkert to c cd que cd Carey greek Adams. 44 205 57 190 81 165 70 177 44 202 Delaware e. A. 59 84 81 65 81 62 76 65 64 78 Delaware Vav. A. 140 134 173 101 221 58 182 90 152 116 Defiance. 75 Ioc 76 104 82 99 81 101 76 106 first Ward a. 99 94 95 99 108 85 95 99 103 99 first Ward a. 188 216 179 224 207 198 198 205 190 210 second Ward a. 114 133 118 128 117 rl31 111 135 113 133 second Ward a. 79 134 77 135 90 120 85 126 83 128 third Ward. 129 137 147 122 156 113 143 124 137 130 fourth Ward a. 113 137 119 128 135 113 126 123 118 130 fourth Ward a. 95 107 96 107 97 106 98 106 99 105 Farmer. 177 110 192 94 190 95 190 103 182 96 Hicksville n a. 255 190 272 176 289 151 281 164 288 103 Hicksville s a. 203 182 216 170 238 145 228 159 225 160 Highland. 194 157 211 141 226 121 216 132 199 150 Mark to 204 138 176 172 144 145 169 120 194 Milford. 99 127 140 96 126 97 131 102 133 97 Noble. Cd 116 71 109 82 99 74 106 67 112 Richland n a. 89 102 103 91 101 92 113 80 89 102 Richland s a. 29 91 34 85 40 80 50 69 29 91 Tiffin. 127 1179 142 160 149 157 171 134 135 169 Washington. 141 206 173 177 198 143 241 102 158 188 total. 2635 3151 2910 2878 3186 2574 3105 2671 2804 2899 majority. 522 32 612 434 95 nothing out a Republican landslide there was nothing in sight that they did not get tuesday. Here a the Bunch f. L. Hay j. E. Hosler Orley Welker the weather clerk slipped off on his predictions tuesday and the Day was All that was needed by the republicans of Ohio to win a tremendous Victory. Herrick goes in by 125,000 majority while the Republican legislative ticket was almost a clean sweep. The fight in Ohio was largely made upon or. Hanna but the Way the people rallied to the cause of the grand old Man of the lakes was a stunner to the oldest inhabitant. And then think of the blow that they gave Johnson and Clark. There is nothing left of them but juice. The news that comes from other states is just As Good As that from Ohio except new Yolk City where tammany was again restored to Power. In Defiance county the republicans elected their representative f. A Hay treasurer j. E. Hosier and commissioner Orley Welker. This was one of the greatest achievements in the history of Defiance county and was Only made possible by the action of the Independent democrats of the county who desired to file a protest against the corrupt Island Park convention. However we desire to say in this connection that the republicans deserve much Praise for their Loy laity to the party and persistent work at the polls. We have evidence of their work in the head of the ticket the democrats carrying the county by less than 500. In this City some 75 or to republicans scratched or. Hay and voted for Kehnast and while that made a big difference 32 612 434 in Hayes vote it did not defeat the will of the country voters who came to the Gates of the City asking votes for the Republican ticket. They did More than that. Thev turned in and elect a edit despite the scratcher. The contest in this City on election Day was unusually fierce. John a. Deindoerfer . Miller death at Toledo Hospital August Boester received a Telegram from the Toledo Hospital wednesday announcing the death of his wife who has been a patient at that institution for some months. Mrs. Boester a parents or. And mrs. Schatz reside on j Ackson Street and the remains were brought to this City wednesday. Skunk town Gotleib Wahl and family spent saturday and sunday in Paulding Henry Mars House is very sick at this writing Flo Scott spent a few Days last week at Fostoria Anna and Dora Weisz and Ethel Peck spent Sun to t. Ansberry and other leaders i Day with Lizzie and Minnie Wahl were Active All Day and Foremost mrs. Charley Mars House and among the workers at the polls daughter Lizzie spent sunday afternoon with Henry Mars House but they could not Stem the tide and went Down to defeat. The result was most glorious and the people have every reason to rejoice Over tuesdays work the tune raisers will please Lead in that grand old hymn a Praise god from whom All blessings Walter Scott of Paulding spent sunday and monday at his fathers a. Scott Wesley Bow Man and wife called on a. Peck sunday evening Lizzie and Minnie Wahl and Ethel pee called on Flo Scott sunday Renu. In Gotleib Wahl Anil wife called on Jacob Weisz and family last sunday. This Eagle does the screaming for the third Ward. Gosh Dern her she nearly ran away with the band Wagon. Where is the a go it poet of the Crescent news although Phillip Young had been quite sick he came to town the next Day. The police were too Busy with their Ball to know what had happened on the out skirts of the City. Children a Home. Mrs. I. T. Partee and mrs. F. M. Koons of Defiance and mrs. L. Wiltshire of Pierceton ind., were shown through the Home one Day last week or. And mrs. J l. Patterson and or. And mrs. Of j. Mains of Defiance took dinner at the Home oct. 28. We wish to thank or. And mrs. Patterson for Candy which they brought for the children Rev. Milton c. Wisely of it. Recovery made the Home As 7 a very pleasant Call get. 28 mrs. J. Snyder of Bryan was Here oct 30 mrs. We. Hall and wife of Evansport called nov. I d. E. Partee and wife of Defiance were shown through the Home one Day last week. Mrs. W. H. Mccauley and miss Hattie Mccauley called one Day last week. A. Rasor of Paulding visited at the Home . Ami mrs. Schriner of Defiance called at the Home sunday evening mrs Kuhlemeyer visited at t in Home or. And mrs. W. Brown visited at the Home one Day last week. Of Ney conducted by Rev. Hen Kleman the funeral of John Gaiter took place Friday the 30th at the Ney Bethel Church conducted by Rev. Hank Len and interment in the Lintz cemetery. The former was aged 70 years 4 months 17 Days the latter 80 years 4 months and i Day. Both men lived to a Good old age and the neighbourhood have lost two Good neighbors that passed away so near together. Mrs. Etta Kyle and mrs. John Milter and miss Effie Milter of Sherwood were guests of b. D. Lintz sunday. Emanuel Voll Mer and Bride went to housekeeping last week or. M. P. Lehman and o. Welker were in Defiance saturday Herby Smith and family drove to Cecil sunday to visit friends Charley Doud is remodelling his House George Keller has built a be mrs their guests Barrat Stein Toyer d family and and Jacob Frank wife and Little daughter sunday evening. Again we hear of another wedding Here soon.,.mrs. Sophia Dickman and son f. W. And family visited her daughter mrs. Peter Horning sunday. How a this we Oiler one Hundred dollars Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Aure. F. J. Cheney a co. Toledo. O. We the undersigned have known of j. Cheney for the last 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable in All business transactions and financially Able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West amp Truax wholesale druggists Toledo Walding Kinnan amp Maryin. Wholesale druggists. Toledo. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by a1 druggists. Testimonials free. Halls family pills Are the Best. Ment sidewalk along his residence on water Street. Mrs. Fred Louys of Stryker is visiting miss Margaret Sonnett. Or. Chas. Davis and wife of Napoleon were in the City Sun nay. Mrs. J. Y. Schoeninger returned to her Home in Toledo sunday. Emmett Ash and family left monday for Toledo to make their Home. Mrs. Ennes of Liberty Center who has been the guest of mrs. Robt. Miers returned Home monday. Roy Hilton of Toledo visited his grandmother mrs. George e Rowland and Uncle Fil Hilton sunday miss Mary Fry and guest miss Conson of South Bend and miss Valeria and Bernard Haller spent sunday at Cecil. The changes on Rural mail routes nos. I 2 and 7, out of Defiance have went into effect. The new mail route out of Jewell also began operation today. Jk�km4�0m4x>0>km44�kmm0awa>k 0>k�k in. H. Mollencupp the leading leads them All in Quali $ to and prices. We guarantee the Best goods at the least 2 a Cost. The largest Stock to select from. Our guarantee is g the beat. G at Mollencupp a leading jeweler and optician do you feel mean tired tagged out All run Down no life Why not take Rocky Mountain Tea. Makes you Well and keeps you Well 35c. Weisenburger amp Emery. John Doty has resigned his position with the p. G. Amp e. Company and has accepted one with his father at Hoxie Ark. John Lafountain and mrs. John staub of Fostoria were called to the City saturday by the death of their father John Lafountain. The foot Ball game thursday afternoon Between the Defiance College team and the it. Wayne medics at the College Campus resulted in a Victory for the it. Wayne team by a score of 22 to 0. Mrs. Anna Graham and children who have been visiting the former smother mrs. Ayers and brother hey Ayers for the past week left for Toledo monday for a Short visit prior to returning to their Home at Colorado Springs. There was a Lively fight at the Home of Geo. Ball four mites South of town saturday night during the Progress of a dance. Frank Karns had a deep Gash Cut above his left Eye and had his Arm bruised. Or. Stevens dressed the wound. Frank Krontz is said to be the Man mixed up with Karns. Mrs. Joseph Daoust returned Friday from a weeks visit at Moats and left next afternoon on a week s visit at Findlay with miss Anna Sweeney. The county commissioners monday employed Dell Wirebaugh As assistant janitor of the court House. David Rasor the janitor still holds Bis position. The Stork left a Fine boy baby at the Home of or. And mrs. Otto Kress saturday. Otto is bookkeeper at the h. P. Miller co. Exchange. His smile is just As Broad As that of Frank i. Milter of the same company. The Young people of the City were out As usual halloween to the great disgust of a great Many Good citizens. There is not much fun that comes out of the destruction of Peoples property. That is lawlessness. Harry c. Haynes formerly Foreman in the express office but now of the government printing at Washington d. C., was in the City the guest of postmaster c. J. Thompson. Or. Haynes is on his Way to his old Home in Lima to vote. Rates of taxation of Defiance Ohio credits earned at Defiance College accepted by leading colleges and universities. Students admitted any Day to All departments. Enrolment now shows a gain of Twenty five per cent Over last fall term and a gain of one Hundred per cent Over the fall term of 1901. Courses classical scientific Normal theological commercial music elocution and Art. Faculty composed of University men and women. A departments under the direction of specialists. Expenses not Over one half what they Are in some schools. Board $1.75 per week. Room $.50 per week. $120 pays for forty weeks living expenses including Board room and tuition. Positions secured. Second Quarter opens nov. To 1903. P. W. My Reynolds Defiance Ohio. President. Washington the Hay balers bated Hay for b. D. Lintz and d. L. Warmer . Pask sold his farm to Irben Spittler last week consideration $6300 Aron Lorah and wife Wes Shong and wife Vint Hugins and family Charles Fetters and wife b. D. Lintz and wife Christ Wollmer and w Ife All living on what is known As the Lintz Road attended the Maumee Valley Church sunday evening As Rev. David Berkebill is holding a protracted meeting Bill North went to near Alberton saturday to visit his sister and family mrs. John Bailey returned monday g. I. Pask went to Michigan he purchased a farm there two neighbors living on adjoining lauds for upwards of 30 years died last week. August Hassay died on the night of october 23 and John Gaiter in the Forenoon of oct. 27th. The funeral of August Hassey took place oct. 28 at the lutheran Church North Farmer Henry Toleman of Kansas has been spending a few Days in this Vicinity visiting friends. The infant son of Dace and Jesse Allen was buried wednesday. Or. And mrs. William Shanklin have returned from the Southeastern part of the state w7here they have been visiting friends. Mrs. Sherton Yeagley and daughter drove to Bryan monday. E. O. Stone and wife drove to six Corners sunday to visit his brother and family mrs. Kate Britton visited Sherman Britton Yeagley and Shoup has a meat Market in one of or. Allens rooms Mosier Bercaw has had a Wall built under her House in Farmer and will move in the near future from her farm Southeast of town number of p. N. Richardson a shoats have died this fall. He has but seventeen left out of thirty eight. He is usually very Lucky with hogs the people who have been having a show every night for a week have gone to Mark Center the thorough Sisters visited in Ney sunday the guests of or. And mrs. Dreher. Libbie Crossland took dinner with or. And mrs. Wilson Headley sunday. Defiance county state of Ohio for the year 1903. In conformity with the Law i c. W. Kerns treasurer of fhe county of Defiance and state of Ohio do hereby notify the taxpayers that the rates of taxation for the year 1933, Are correctly stated in the following table showing the number of Mills levied on each dollars valuation of the taxable property in each of the townships separate school districts and corporations in said county. Special assessments for any or All purposes Are not included in the following table names of towns districts and townships. Defiance City. Defiance township. Delaware township. Sherwood Village. Hicksville Village. Hicksville special District. Hicksville township. Milford township. Farmer township. Washington township. Ney Village. Tiffin township. Adams township. Richland township. Highland township. Ayersville special District. Noble township. Mark township. Mark special District. Evansport special District. X v. R i re in amp a o 0 is sinking fund University fund i St Ati school i 1-total 8tate i county i i poor i Bridge i o a i a q j he p a i county Road i a total county Mills i township Road i township j i h 3 q a a a he a cd a o h total township a school Mills a corporation real it it a a z 0 he �?�<1 a c a pm o o total corporation grand total a total less Road a half less Road half plus Road no. Of line i .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 9.00 .90 90 8.35 19.80 39.40 i 19.70 19.70 i 2 .18 .21 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3 50 .66 2.00 9.00 3.00 2.35 1.00 6.35 6.00 22.70 19.70 9.85 12.85 8 3 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 2.50 3.05 6.55 4.00 20.90 18.40 9.20 11.70 3 4 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9. Co 2.35 2 35 7 of 8 50 t28 90 28 20 ii in ii in 4 5 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 .45 .45 14.06 3.00 17.00 to ob1 44.80 11.80 20.90 23.90 5 i .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 14 of 28 20 25 0 l2 60 15 60 5 7 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2 of 9.00 3.00 .85 3.85 5 of 19 20 16 20 8.10 la to 7 8 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 2.00 i 05 1.50 4.55 5.0010.90 ,117.90 8.95 10.95 8 9 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2 of �.00 1.50 .85 .70 3.05 5.50 18.90 17.40 8.70 110.20 9 to .18 .22 .95 i.a5 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9 u0 2.50 1.15 .60 4.25 4.00 118 60 i lie. To 8 05 10.55 Roll .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.001.15 1.15 .50 1.50 17.50 117.01 8.50 i 9 .00 la 12 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 4.00 2.05 .70 6 75 5.00 22.10 18.10 9.05 113 05 12 13 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2 40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 3.00 .75 .30 j 4.05 3.00 17.40 i 14.40 7.20 10.20 13 14 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.56 .65 2.00 9.00 2 of do 2.55 4.00 16.90 7 45 9 45 14 15 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 9.00 3.00 2.55 1.50 i 7.05 10.00 27 40 124 40 12.20 15 20 15 16 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 3.00 2.55 1.50 7.05 i 10.00 27.40 si24.40 12.20 115 20 16 17 .18 .22 .95 1.35 8.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 2.00 1.75 4.75 5.00 m s s e 26.10 i 18.10 9. <5 111.05 17 18 .18 .2i .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 2.00 .85 5.40 18.60 1660 8 so do.30 18 19 .18 .22 .95 i 35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 2.00 .85 2.85 7.00 20.20 18.20 9.10 19 20 .18 .22 .95 1.35 2.40 .45 3.50 .65 2.00 9.00 4.00 2 05 .70 6.75 9.0026.10 i 22.10 la 05 115.05 20 county line Adam Foss received a new Organ last . Zack Rish sports a new Surrey and f. W. Dickman a rubber tire buggy Lewis Shanike is having his Well drilled this week and has everything ready for a Bird but to find one George Sauer moved from Conrad Fenters farm into his fathers vacant Hoase last thursday As it is supposed or. Heater will soon make use of it himself John sunglass and family visited at the Home of his brother Jacob near Ayersville sunday Henry Pfau wife and son of pleasant Bend called on Christ Demland sunday afternoon or. And special. Notice. Any person charged with taxes on the duplicate of the county May at his or her option pay the Ful amount of such taxes on or before the 20th Day of december next but is repaired bylaw to pay All Road taxes and All former delinquent taxes and one half of All other taxes on or before the 20th Day of december next and the remaining half on or before the 20th Day o june 1901. Special attention is called to Section 2344, Laws of Ohio which reads As follows a when one half the taxes charged against any entry of real estate shall not be paid on or before the 20th Day of december in that year or collected by distress or otherwise prior to the february settlement a penalty of 15 per cent thereon shall be added to such half of said taxes on the Dupil ate and if said taxes and penalty including the remaining half of such taxes shall not be paid on or before the 20th Day of june next thereafter or collected by distress prior to the next August settlement the same penalty shall be charged on said last half of said when one he the taxes charged on real estate is not paid by the 25th Day of january next a penalty of 15 per cent is adde which together with the remaining half Mast be paid by the incise re to pay the december payment of taxes on personal property the whole amount becomes due and the treasurer is required to collect by distraint or otherwise the entire amount. Real estate having delinquent taxes of 1903 remaining unpaid on the 20th Day of december next will be advertised and Olio j for Sale on third tuesday of january 1904. Make inquiry As to special ditch or Road improvements As they Are on special duplicate and easily omitted in paying general t axes. Have checks or Post office orders made payable to c. W. Kerns treasurer postage Stamps and personal checks not accepted. Give full description of real or personal property yen so to pay on or enclose old tax receipts. Road receipts must be brought in to apply on december instalment. you ask through the mail for the amount of your taxes designate your property clearly state in whose name in wha to ship number of acres number of Section if town lots give number of lots addition and name of Village. Send stamp for reply. Send Mon a by new York draft certificate of Deposit Post office Money order registered letter or express order. The tax duplicates Are now in my hands and for the purpose of receiving taxes the treasurers office will be open Dally except sundays and holidays from this Quot ate until january 25, 1904, and from april 1,1904 to july 20,1901. Tax Ayers Are earnestly requested to bring their old tax receipts. Office hours 7 to 11 30 a. Rn., i to 4 p. In. The treasurer desires to say that while taxpayers will be Given every reasonable Opportunity in which to pay their taxes yet they Are notified that during the period of collection the office will be promptly closed at the last named hour the balance of the Day is absolutely necessary to enable the treasurer to balance his accounts. W. Kerns Defiance Ohio october 3, 1003. 17-0 treasurer of Defiance county Ohio /

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