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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - November 20, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Defiance is a City of the second Grade-population-10,000. Growing rapidly situated at the Confluence of the a Glaize and Maumee heart of the great Maumee Valley vol. , Ohio Friday november 20, 1903. No. 50 notable address of judge Bowersox it applies with much Force to the situation in Defiance we give in this Issue of the daily express the address delivered at the laying of the Corner Stone of the Carnegie Library building in Bryan by judge Bowersox. The Points raised in the address apply with Force Here while As a whole it is a Strong Appeal in its lessons for prompt action on the part of the people of Defiance. We have been asked by Many of our readers what the increase in taxes would be the Levy for Library purposes should be raised to i Mill. If you have returned $1000 for taxation your tax would be increased 35 cents for six months or 70 cents for the year. All the manufacturing and business interests the City have petitioned for the increased Levy and As they Bear the greater part of the Burden of taxation those who Are called upon to stand an increase of a Dollar or less will not probably object especially As nearly every one in the City has petitioned for the increased Levy. We invite a careful Reading of judge Bowersox a address which is As follows a the Central idea in All these proceedings and the controlling purpose for which donations were made and responsibilities were assumed is that this Library shall be As its name indicates free. Within reasonable limits and under proper and satisfactory restrictions and provision for the preservation of property and accommodation of All patrons this building its Halls tables furniture books and appliances Are and Are intended to be free. No special rights or privileges Are or can be reserved. The humblest Patron if there can be such is and shall Ever be held to be the equal of every other Patron. So that when it is completed and is ready for occupancy the invitation to All persons who desire to Avail themselves of this Beneficent purposes is limitless. The impression has come to me and grows upon me with its consideration that those who have engaged in this delightful purpose have builder and Are building More usefully and far More enduring than they knew or can know. In that classic of the Ages that one literary Gem the address of Abraham Lincoln on the Battlefield of Gettysburg occurs this sentence a the world will Little note nor Long remember what we say but it can never forget what they did what is said Here Quot will soon be forgotten. Like their predecessors the actors in All these proceedings will cease from the activities of life. All who Are present will pass to the returnees Shore and the world will have forgotten that they Ever lived. A but there is an enduring pleasure in the fact that we live not in words nor in deeds alone but we live in the influence that our deeds and our words exert. This modest document is to be accorded a place with others in this Corner Stone so soon to be placed. There is a pathos in the thought that there will come a time when if the same could be read no single name thereon sex county commissioner Ludwig Klein of Mark township was in the City monday. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Joe sch Ordorff Friday afternoon but died that night. The democrats at Ottawa Putnam county payed for the annual Crow supper monday night. Emmet Dicus and family of Gilbert Are visiting Here. Or. Dicus talks some of locating Here for the Winter. Miss Blanche Shaffer of Mccomb is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. J. E. Dunlap on Washington Street. 0. R. Lacey of Chicago who is employed with the Home insurance co., of new York spent sunday with his parents Here. Moore amp son Barbers have installed the third chair in their shop Corner of Clinton and court streets. Brice Hilton has charge. Constipation headache backache feel mean no appetite All run Down. Rocky Mountain Tea will make Yon Well and keep you Well. Money Back if it fails 35c, Weisenburger so Emery. Henry Dicus who recently bought the j. J. Schneider property on Holgate Avenue is having a Fine porch erected in front would exist in the memory of a. S living person. But while the of the world will not Long remember the boys at the Crosby what is said Here yet in a have moved their office broader and in a better sense ,. In. The influences of what is said and 8airs carpenters done Here will continue. As the nearly completed their work in years go by this treasure Stone i the reconstructed office. House Down have of literary Merit will increase. Who can estimate the influences that shall emanate from these Beneficent surroundings. In these rooms at times these tables poring Over these volumes so carefully selected Young people and old will receive inspirations for Good for a higher and better manhood and womanhood that will be measureless in results. And so those the Defiance High school football team has accepted the Challenge to play the Toledo High school team Friday afternoon. The game will take place on the Toledo grounds. The state boat col. Bachtel cleared for the South monday. It carried supt. Meachem and a who have taken a part however party of friends who will spend unimportant in the production several Days in the Vicinity of of this building the Purchase of Melrose Bird Hunting these grounds the furnishings of. ,. Books and other appliances or. Fred Foust joined his wife however Humble the part have Here saturday. They return thereby started a wave of influx to their Home in Pemberville to ence upon the current of human a is pou8t has been visit events that will continue to flow. 17,n on and on and on and standing a Kher father Geo. Miller and upon the very shores of eternity it Ana mrs. John a. Foust Here we shall meet it deafness cannot be cured by local applications at they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to care deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this tube is inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing when it is entirely closed deafness is the result unless the inflammation can be taken out and this restored to its Normal be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but inflamed condition of the mucous service we will give one Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh cure. Send for circulars free. Fred Weller is travelling for a Detroit firm. R. C. Cameron dentist office Over singers grocery. Miss Ida Schatz left saturday for Toledo to spend a month with relatives and friends. Arthur a Mapes. Of Evans port has passed the examination before the state Board of pharmacy at Columbus. Word comes from Findlay that the Stork left a Fine baby boy at the Home of or. And mrs. Max w. May saturday night. Guy Tippen has sold All of his land lying West of this City amounting to 496 acres to l. Black of Bowling Green for $24,-800. Or Tippen received a Good Price for his possessions. Or. J. M. Coombs of Hicksville was in the City monday. Mail Carrier Isaac Deveau has moved his family to North Defiance. Mrs. De Partee of Tiffin township is the guest of or. And mrs. W. B. Etchen. Or. And mrs. Volney Parmer spent sunday in West Hope with or. And mrs. John Brubaker. Mrs. Louis Ernest Evansville a Rocky Mountain Tea is splendid. Makes sick people Well. Cured me after others Tea or Tablet form. 35 cents Weisenburger so Emery for several weeks. The b. Amp 0. Shop9 at Garrett ind., have been closed Down with out any explanations. It is thought that that Road and Pennsylvania lines will All go under new managers. The shops of the Wabash at it. Wayne have also Laid off lots of men. Isaac gilts of Oakwood was in the City thursday and Callet on the express. Or. Gilts suffered loss from hog cholera last fal but is now investing in immune hogs and is enthusiastic Over tests that have been made. These have proven successful so far and if continued will prove a Bonanza to the Farmers. The directors of the Petroleum co. Conferred with experts in the Findlay Oil Field wednesday and it was their advice that they sink the Greenier Well from 150 to 200 feet in the Sand before shooting even if that carried them below the Salt water line. The Oil men in the surrounding Fields seem to think there will be news picked up in social world Fine entertainment Given at Defiance College Friday evening. Nov. 15,1903, weight eleven pounds. Or. And mrs. Chas. J. Daoust have issued invitations for an at Home wednesday evening nov. 25th�?euchre. The Philo Athean literary so-1 create a greater interest piety observed Defiance College i College and its work. In the Hon. J. Snook and Secretary some Good developments Here. Frank Miller left for Washington John Bocki while escalating thursday to be in attendance or a Bridge on buck8kin Creek at special session of Congress Between Section 10 and la in which convened earthed a huge Doub a Tooch Day last evening by giving a most excellent program in their Lall being one of the Best Ever m in the College. The first number was an instrumental Solo Given by miss Deveaux who 3lays Well and More than pleased he audience. The president of the society or. Barney read an excellent paper on a the needs of an education followed by the a history of Defiance colleges by miss Pratt. She told of the founding of the College the changes it has undergone of the different presidents and compared and contrasted its conditions of the first year with the present one giving due credit to the one to whom the institution owes much of its present prosperous condition president p. W. Mcreynolds mrs. Chas. Ensign delighted the audience with a vocal Solo. Mrs. Ensign has a very Sweet voice and Sang beautifully. Judge f. L. Hay in a five minutes enthusiastic talk greatly interested and entertained the audience by giving some wholesome things about the College. Tile next number was an oration by or. A. M. Baker who in a Clear persuasive voice told a a we hat Defiance College stands for and the advantage it affords to those seeking an the oration was Well Given and showed that the speaker has Learned to think for himself and is Able to command the careful attention of his audience. Or. Clifford Schmaltz one of the Best players on the College foot Hall team read an interesting and instructive paper on a College closing with a poem by will Carleton in which the poet tells about the exper Lence of one in a foot Ball game the philos have a pleasing poet in the person of miss Lena White. Miss Whites poem last night was one of the Best she has Ever Given. She told of Defiance College Days As she saw them 1953 and then turned to 1903, the address of the evening was delivered by Rev. Dempster d.d., of Napoleon. The speaker in a very enthusiastic manner told of All the advantages that Defiance College affords and urged the people and students to give to it their sympathy their interest and their support. Or. Dempster has been heard at different times at the College and never ails to please the audience. Miss Lois Beard gave the closing number on the program a violin Solo. Miss Beard is a Fine player and always delights those who Are fortunate enough to get to hear her. The philos Are to be congratulated on the Success of this program which has done so much to the athenians after the program entertained the philos in their Hall. A very pleasant time was had. The ladies of the German Aid society held a delightful social session in u. V. U. Hall Over Lawrence singers place wednesday evening. The affair opened with a grand March led by mrs. Christ Winkler president music being furnished by Christ Winder and we. M. Floehr. Lawrence and Hazel karst have come to make their Home with their grandmother mrs. C. Karst. They Are de karst a children. Mrs. Frank Seither and mrs. Geo. Cluff of Cleveland Are the guests of or. And mrs Henry Seither at their Home on Holgate Avenue. Last sunday evening about six of clock Hedges was visited by a fire which destroyed a store livery barn and dwelling House All owned by Joe Democrat. The Board of directors of the Henry county infirmary consisting of Conrad Miller Benton Zol lers and Henry Eickoff and sup the next thing on the program or intendant Geo. Wright visited was a song by the society. That was followed by a German duet by mrs. Jacob Mueller and mrs. Nicholas Martin. This song called out a great Deal of applause. The members and guests next formed in line the Defiance county infirmary on Friday. They report a pleasant Northwest. Or. And mrs. Peter Kunz and daughter and or. And mrs. Gus Kudzu and son of Toledo and Andy Kunz of Defiance were and were led to the banquet guests at the Home of John Kunz Hall by or. And mrs. Joe Schlem last sunday and while Here took Bach where a Fine supper was served. The rest of the evening was event with cards and in dancing. At cards mrs. Frank Werthmiller took the first prize and Hee Nan Royer the Booby. But then what Heenan lost at cards he More than made up when he squared himself before the Chicken at the banquet. The ladies of the society had their husbands As guests at the social. Mrs. M. E. Orcutt and mrs. Roy w. Webb entertained a Large company at their pleasant Home on Jackson Street wednesday afternoon. The amusement was six hand flinch. The first prize a Silver spoon went to mrs. D. Lieberthal the second a Bead necklace to miss Donovan of Napoleon the Booby a pretty Boquet was taken by miss Minnie Kehnast. An elegant dinner was served. Part in the christening ceremony of the Young son of or. And mr3. Chas. Hillebrand. A Napoleon Northwest. W. W. Wood has been forced to give up his position in the Turnbull company Branch Mill at Walnut Ridge Arkansas on account of his health. He will be succeeded by Cleve Wight. 0. A. Frick who has been at the same place the past year has returned and taken his old Posi Tion in the factory Here. The sum of two numbers is 49,322,719. One is exactly divisible by 7, and the other by 13. There is a Large number of these pairs of numbers. How Many Are there this problem was worked out by c. H. Lindenberger mentally while lying in bed trying to get to sleep. Or. Lin Denberger would like a few students to solve problems like the above or More difficult. Doxology Sung in flour barrel it brought lots of tears but Money Fol Lowed the tide Ding Republican. We have All >000<fl the newest ideas in photographs for the Holiday season All work is finished with the utmost care and precision and prices reasonable. Beardsley s fourth Street Defiance Ohio that measured 4% inches in length and 3 inches wide. It is from the jaw of some grass eating animal of the dim and Musty past. The tooth is a valuable find and will be submitted to authorities As to what animal it belonged. We note from the Delphos Harold the sad death of Verena daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Jauman at that place nov. La 1903, aged 3 years 3 months and 24 Days. Death was caused by Scarlet fever. The funeral occurred nov. 12. Or. And mrs. Jauman have Many friends Here who will be sorry to hear of i their affliction. Cheney amp Godfrey lumber dealers a Man built a House and called it Biltmore and was pleased. Another Man built a House and called it Bil less and told All his friends that he was very Happy in both cases we have been pleased to furnish. We re looking for the one who will build some because the pleased customer pleases us. Cheney amp Godfrey the thirteen club met wednesday afternoon with mrs. M. B. Stevens 602 Wayne Street and in spite of the inclement weather there was a Good attendance. Mrs. E. J. Webb read a very interesting paper on a the race problem a which elicited a Lively discussion. Roll Call was responded to with quotations after which the hostess served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Geo. W. Deatrick entertained at her Home on Wayne Street wednesday evening. There were six tables at six hand euchre. The first prize a handsome pocket knife was won by c. P. Harley. Mrs. It. P. Engel mrs. E. N. Lewis and mrs. G. W. Huffman Cut for the ladies prize a Haviland China plate. Mrs. Engel secured the prize. Refreshments were served. Mary had a Little lad whose face was fair to fee because each night he had a drink of Rocky Mountain Tea. Weisenburger amp Emery. Program of Tiffin township sunday school convention held at St. Johns m. E. Church saturday and sunday nov. 21 and 22. Saturday eve no session 7 30 Sun time song service. Devotional services Rev. C. L Snyder. Song. Music. Welcome address a township president. Temperance address a c. L. Snyder. Temperance song. Opportunities of sunday school teachers Emery Elliott. Collection. Song. Adjournment. Sunday session at 2 p. M. Song service. Devotional services Rev. L. Roberts song. Music. Why Are not people As much interested in s. Work As in temporal affairs a Rev. L. Roberts., collection. Song. Sunday school management p. N. Richardson song. Adjournment. All subjects open to three minute speeches. Everybody cordially invited to be present. Henry l. Stock t. E. Shuter president. Secretary. Bertha Stever a teacher of St Johns m. E. 8. S., who has been visiting her sister mrs. G. W. Burk of North Dakota returned Home a few Days ago. Her class of boys Are glad she has returned. She has been absent from sunday school Over four months. Fred Peter a member of the Tiffin River ii. B. Church also a Good sunday school worker is expecting to leave this Community. The people will miss him in Church and sunday school. May Greenier Well. The Drill at the Greenier Well is Down in the Trenton Rock Over too feet. The Sand is becoming much coarser and Darker which is considered a Good indication for Oil. Success go with him wherever he locates. A doxology Sung in a flour barrel Pray without ceasing in everything give thanks. The late h. V. Gibbud told this Story of his own life. He and his wife were seeing hard times. One morning she called to Bim to come into the Kitchen. In the Center of the floor was an empty flour barrel she had just dusted out. Now my dear said she i have often heard you say one could put his head into an empty flour barrel and sing Praise god from whom All blessings flow if he believed what god said. Now Here Jis your Chance practice what you preach. There was the empty flour barrel staring at or. Gibbud with open Mouth his pocketbook was As empty Jas the barrel. He was not on a salary and knew of no Money that was coming in. He was terribly perplexed for a moment and then said i will put my head a and sing on one condition. What a that said his wife. The condition that you will put your head in with me. You know you promised to share my Joys and sorrows. She consented so they put their Heads in and Sang the Long meter doxology. When they took them out the tears were running Down there Cheeks but they were not tears of despair but of Faith and Confidence. They not go hungry and brighter Days came with the morning. Defiance co. Sunday schools. This county has nearly 70 sunday school nearly 900 officers and teachers Over 5000 scholars total membership of nearly 6000. What a great army of sunday school workers surely much Good can be accomplished. With so Many officers and teachers it seems that the news should not be so Slack. Your county Secretary has not heard from one tenth of the schools come now let us fall in line. Send news to Henry l. Stock the courts the social november la at the Home of or. And or. And mrs. Theodore Ensign for the Benefit of the Baptist Church was a Success both socially and financially. There was a Good attendance and the ladies Are pleased Over the receipts. The House was decorated with Mammoth to Quets of chrysanthemums and hydrangeas. The Stork has a kindly feeling for or. And mrs. Clinton h. Seither of Holgate Avenue. They Are receiving congratulations on i i9�8 pages in paper covers is sent.71 i free on receipt of Twenty one one cent an up to Date girl baby entrust i Stamps to pay expense of mailing Only de to their care sunday morning s address or r. A Pierce a flaw. N. A just a Little too far and the woman who reaches Over the Cliff for the coveted Flower goes crashing Down into the abyss below. Just a Little too far and the. Woman who Day by Day neglects to cure the womanly diseases which weaken her is prostrated upon a bed of sickness. No woman should trifle with the diseases Peculiar to her sex. Neglect to Day Means a worse condition to Morrow. Or. Pierces favorite prescription is a Safe and reliable remedy for the cure of diseases peculiarly womanly. It establishes regularity dries in feeling drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. Quot my wife mrs. Mary Estes has been taking your Medicine and received great Benefit from it a writes or. Geo. We. Estes of Spring Grove a. A was troubled with female weakness heavy bearing Down pains severe pain in Back and head Ana a tired workout feeling All the time. Tried All the remedies we could near off but they no Good. Finally we wrote to you and my wife commenced taking favorite took ten bottles and is in better health than before in a Long time. We shall always recommend or. Pierces favorite prescription to All who Are thus Quot favorite prescription makes weak women Strong sick women Well. Accept no substitute for the Medicine which works wonders for weak women. The common sense medical adviser the Case of the state is. Chas. Bowers charged with assault was dismissed in common pleas court. Frank Hughes who plead guilty to the charge of horse stealing was taken to the Ohio Penitentiary by sheriff Mccarty saturday. The Fine and costs of Bertha Holton were settled thursday and he was discharged from jail. He returned to his Home in Waterloo ind., with his father and Uncle. L. E. Orahood of Tiffin township and e. L. Saur of Hicksville have been appointed by judge Hubbard to examine the commissioners annual report. In the Case of Grant Cupp is. City of Defiance the judgment of the lower court was affirmed and remanded for the mayor Lacourt for execution. % Frank Hughes who was indicted for horse stealing appeared before judge Hubbard wednesday evening plead guilty and was sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year. The Case of the Squire Turnbull co. Is. The Star mfg. Co., is being tried to a jury monday. Sutphen amp Sutphen and Hockman amp Phelps for plaintiff and Harris amp Cameron and Winn amp Hay for defendant. Probate court. Geo. C. Wirth has been appointed administrator of the estate of Joseph Heister deceased. C. C. Bigelow has been appointed guardian of Lon a., Glen a. And Lena e. Biglow minors. An application has been filed to examine Pearl Warner an inmate of the county infirmary. She is insane. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following persons John ii. Friend and Irene Harrell Henry Groll and Edith Engel w. T. W Wilcox and Cora Haessler Archiel Anderson and Anna Laugham. Postmaster Thompson said Friday that he expects to move into the new Post office some time Between now and december 1st. Of possible he says he will try to get in before thanksgiving there is not much More work to in a done except putting in the hts and testing the heating Plant. Or. Thompson said that or. Harley and or. Miller both deserve credit for the Good work done. If the construction has seemed slow to the Public it must be remembered that there were Many unavoidable delays. Dont be fooled the Market in betes fleeced with worthies ii hat Leer Al Rocky Mountain a a a team a a to protect the Pekoc we Cal Especial it Mentloe to ear Trade Lark printed on every a Ach Iso. Demand the Arnm. For Sale or All dram it

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