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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - October 22, 1903, Defiance, Ohio Ortan amp Tisa City of Fht Bali div Ait Atco at Fhi Conrud incl or Tim a Olanik and Naumik Rivera the heart of the great Maumee Valley in onto j a 43 vol. , Ohio thursday october 22, 1903. No. 46 important features of Campaign about All that s left poor Man May still vote for his Good friends who Are Rich. N commenting upon the personnel of w. A. Kehnast who was nominated for representative in the late convention at Island Park the historian of the Crescent news who grouped the attributes of this Friend of labor and up builder of the material interests of the City sought to Safe guard him against any unpleasant questions by interjecting the important information that while or. Kehnast has put his Money into various enterprises the amounts he has invested have never Given him any share in the management. Hewa vice president of the savings Bank and while the amount he put into that institution might have been Small the Bank itself lost some $130,000 that belonged largely to Farmers and working people. His voice in that institution was second to that of the president and As a business Man of thorough training and wide experience no reasonable excuse could be offered for him not knowing the condition of the Bank prior to its collapse. If he was deceived in that his chosen Field of labor in a matter with which he was in close touch every Day there would be danger of a bunco Man carrying him away bodily if by any Chain of circumstances he should be sent As a representative to the general Assembly from. Defiance county. Of course the savings Bank failure occurred ten years ago and has been referred to Only to make Plain the Point that historians Are often very weak and Uncertain in their grouping of alleged statement of facts and that or Kehnast has not always been in a position to have his Mouth padlocked when the interests of the people were at stake. In the Island Park convention there were several Able men pitted against or. Kehnast in the contest for nomination for representative. The inside history of that wonderful convention that was so managed As to sideswipe the ministers of the City and Saloon keepers at one stroke comes largely from democrats who were delegates or candidates. One Man a creditable citizen who sought the nomination of representative said he could have secured the prize if he had expended the tidy and significant sum of 12500. If the nomination Cost More than that amount it were Well that none of the Labouring men of the City had entered the contest. The nomination for treasurer and commissioner Are said to have commanded relatively High prices when placed on the auction Block. If these wonderful allegations which came from exclusive democratic sources ape True it ought to be Plain to every poor Man who has heretofore voted the democratic ticket that the democratic leaders in this City have left him but one thing to do in a party sense and that is to vote for the highest bidder for nominations in the Island Park convention and his $15,000,000 Friend Tom the historian of the Crescent news says that or. Kehnast has an a a unquestioned reputation for fair dealing a and this same historian says that in All his transactions or. Kehnast has been forced to submit to the management of others. That would not be a logical deduction in the savings Bank Case though it is Plain to asked partner plea a i i ii or. A ked in the Island Park convention As Well As in the Case of a strike where a demand for Justice on the part of labor had been made. It is not the policy of the express to detract one Iota from the credit due any Man who has shown a desire to Advance the interests of the City or its people but in the advocacy of or. Keh Nasty a candidacy the democratic press and leaders have marked out a line of March Over the Good name of f. L. Hay. The High attributes that Are credited to or. Kehnast ought to have obviated the necessity of resorting to dishonesty in the treatment of or. Hay but As the historian of the Crescent news says that or. Kehnast has always been forced to submit to the Rule and management of others in uplifting the Labouring men etc., we presume the same rules applies in the conduct of his Campaign and the labors of his historians who we again have to thank for bringing to Light some striking comparisons that might have been forever lost if it had not been for their acuteness. Henry Kahlo talk on work of convention what is needed to make All such meetings a Success. A of \ a a v several townships Are prepare they make All the exercises of a ing for conventions therefore it is necessary to give a few suggestions. 1. Begin the preparation of the program Early at least two or three weeks before the proposed Date of the meeting. 2. Select the speakers carefully and avoid overloading with too Many addresses. Let there be if practicable one speaker who is known As a practical sunday school worker and give him or her a Good share of the program. Do not neglect the primary class but have at least one address in that department. 3 let the program be varied not All addresses but with them Normal lessons Bible readings a Praise service and a question Box. Give each speaker clearly to understand just How much time will be allowed him and do not crowd too closely better fewer exercises than a crowded program. 4. Music is an important feature. If a Good musical Leader can be secured he May prove a valuable Helper. Sing familiar an solid ones rather than empty Jingle. A choir might Lead in the music and and an Anthem in the session. 5./print the program three weeks in Advance of the session and advertise it As thoroughly As possible. Notify each pastor every superintendent and every sunday school Secretary in the township and ask them to remind each other and see that it is announced for two successive sundays before the meeting in both Church and sunday school. Have a notice written for All the newspapers especially those in the county towns. 6. At the appointed hour let president take the chair and open the meeting whether few or Many be present. Do not wait for late Comers but begin on time and carry through the program promptly. County Secretary. How Quot to make a convention High Grade there Are Many kinds of sunday school conventions most of them Good but not All Are on As High a plane As others. Some men see More clearly than their fellow officers the dignity and lofty purpose and spiritual helpfulness that Are proper in a Gath Erin of sunday school workers. Ass social thebans of Bose Jacobs of this City and Chas. Hoeffel of the Bend were published for the first time in St. Marys Catholic Church sunday. Convention tend to these Noble ends. And they Are right. While a convention May be too formal and mechanical there is no danger of its Ever becoming too ser ious or too spiritual or too helpful. On the other hand there is at times the possibility of a convention becoming too rival too undignified too informal too purposeless and too indefinite. A convention is called for a certain object or else it should not be called at All. Nothing should be admitted to its program which interferes with this aim so also anything which contributes to the end and few should be diligently sought. Speakers should be chosen primarily with a View to their serviceable Ness to the audience that will gather and not for the Sake of representing a certain denomination or Section or of honouring an individual. The Man with a message is the Only Man really Worth having on a convention platform. The More refined and spiritual and practical and in. Word appropriate the exercises at a sunday school convention the More truly will be that convention fulfil its Mission of helpfulness to the men and women w Hom it has called together. Send news to h. L. Stock. The Little son of or. And mrs. J. I. Hoeffel was christened sunday afternoon at St. Johns Catholic Church by Rev. Gloden. The sponsors were Louis Baltes and miss Marne Hoeffel. The babe was christened Louis tresor Eugene. Haymaker at her Home on Wayne Street. Mrs. C. J. Thompson opened the meeting with an interesting paper on a american quotations from Whittier were Given in answer to Roll Call. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with mrs. W. P. Angel. The Little babe of or. And mrs. Henry Jennings Wras christened Marion Isabelle sunday afternoon at St. Mary a Catholic Church by Rev. Francis Doherty. The sponsors were or. And mrs. Tony Preisendorfe who presented the babe with a Diamond miss Ruth rout celebrated the thirteenth anniversary of her birth saturday afternoon by entertaining a few of her girl friends at a five of clock luncheon miss Ruth received a number of pretty and useful presents. The guests presents were Letha Mae u. In Honor of the newly elected National and department officers of the u. V. U. And w. V. R. U. The Hall was decorated with the National colors roses and chrysanthemums. A Fine program was rendered. Deputy state commander gave a Fine talk on the work of the order followed by an eloquent address by the state president. Department president and National Junior vice president gave an interesting talk on the work done at the convention. At the close of the entertainment the grand March was played when All marched to the dining room where refresh meats were served Hanna answers at a meeting held in Youngstown thursday evening senator Hanna nipped a democratic scheme in the Bud by springing an Advance Sheet of a document about to be issued by the democratic state committee. It con Engle Margaret Kegel Laura the occasion was one Long to be gains a series of questions which Bourbon scheme nipped in Bud. Is August Schultz and Mary m. Krabach have been licensed to wed. H. F. Kintigh left Friday afternoon for Cherokee Iowa for a weeks visit. John Schudel was in Toledo wednesday to attend the wedding of his son John. Mrs. H. Frederick and son Bernard have returned Home from a visit at Moats and Ney. N the Toledo Blade of wednes miss Grace Cranky spent sat d had the notice inlay and sunday in the Conn a a Rah t try the guest of or. And mrs. Year a ago it wa8 one o l Ewton. Most prominent citizens died or. And mrs. C. S. Died in St. Louis saturday. Or. And mrs. F. A. Tended the funeral of p. S. Wednesday at Benmore. Or. And mrs. Tom Elliott Are moving to this City from Richland township. They will occupy the Downs property on Wayne Street. Chas. J. Dougherty of Crown Point ind., sheriff of Lake county with his wife Are the Wellman saturday in St. Louis where he Humbert at resided for a number of years Fitch i the remains were brought Here this morning and taken to Bea Nett a undertaking Parlours where a Brief funeral service was held at 2 of clock Only the immediate family and friends being present. The remains were placed in Woodlawn cemetery. The a ceased was 67 years of age and came to Toledo from Defiance while still a Young Man. He was guests of or and mrs. Dougher enraged in the who Eagle hard. To of second Street. Ware business Here for a number Earl the la year old son of of years a member of the firm of Rev. And mrs. Virden of Ayers Kahlo amp Krow. He was Proni Ville fell from a Hickory nut tree intent in every movement that of wednesday and broke his left felted the social and commercial wrist. Or. Blue was called to at welfare of the City. He was on tend the lad. Of the promoters of the old Street j. A Rasor of Tiffin township railway system and the citizens received a Fine Oxford Down ram natural Gas company. He was from Ontario province Canada also one of the organizers of the by express today. It is one of Toledo humane society and the finest sheep Ever brought into was vice president of the society Tiffin township. During its first year in 1884. An application has been filed in it was a member of the Board of ring. A party of sixteen Young people from this City Rode on a Hay rack to the Home of h. G. Gherke in Defiance township Friday evening that they might assist miss Alta in celebrating a Natal Day. The evening was spent with games and music. Refreshments were served. The Salmagundi club met Friday afternoon with mrs. In. V. Clarence Heller of Oakwood is in the City today. Edmund a Healey and l. Myrtle Miller have been licensed to wed. Judge Hooker of Charlotte mich., is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Carrie May of Cecil has accepted a position at Harley amp Whitaker a. C. P. Harley has returned Home from a ten Days business trip to North Carolina. Mrs. Wilmer Keller who has been visiting Here has returned to her Home in Monterey id. Jennie Lam just ashamed of my face its so Sallow and Greasy. What makes your face so Rosy and fair Nel lie it was Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. Weisenburger amp Emery. Mrs. G. A. Armbruster sent a Box of Flowers from her own raising to friends in Chicago saturday. As Flowers Are quite expensive in Large cities they will no doubt be fully appreciated. If to xxx Are not Satis isfried with your Corset Why not try the one that we know and can recommend we can demonstrate you at once that Warners Rustproof models. Are unexcelled in fit and figure building qualities. Craven amp Ruess Ferguson Edna Geiger Carrie Betts Letha Morris Amy Whitaker Lydia Coy and Carrie Watkins. The travellers club held its first meeting of the year with or. And mrs. H. B. Harris at their Home on Jefferson Street. Or. Harris opened the meeting by an interesting talk on the route from Defiance to the Pacific coast via the Canadian Pacific which was followed by the sea voyage to Japan by or. Doenitz. Or. Seymour gave an interesting discussion on the various routes to Japan and Points of interest on the voyage. After the meeting or. Aud mrs. Harris served a Dainty lunch. Remembered. Defiance Union being considered the Best drilled Union in the state was presented while at convention with two Beautiful silk flags by the department commander or r a Stephenson of Manchester of the state department was presented with a handsome brooch by the delegates at convention r. C. Cameron dentist office Over singers grocery. The Wisda property in North Defiance is being repaired. Mrs. Julius Weber is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Dave King. Miss Neff has resigned her position As cashier at the Boston stoic. Bishop Post g. A. It. Has been greatly in need of a new Flag the old one having become so ragged and tattered that it could no longer be unfurled from the staff. The Post not having the necessary funds in its Treasury or. M. A. Bell started out to solicit donations to assist in the Purchase of a new Flag and met with excellent Success. At about the same time the woman a Relief corps conceived the Happy thought of providing the Post with a Flag and with the usual Energy which is characteristic of that order and not knowing what or. Bell was doing proceeded to carry out their plans with the result that last evening the entire body of the Relief corp marched into memorial Hall while the Post was in session and presented the Post with a magnificent Large u. S. Flag taking the Post entirely by Surprise. Or. Bell seeing that he had been outclassed in the Deal made the Best Amend possible by handing Over the funds he had collected to the Relief corps which was a counter Surprise on them. The ladies brought refreshments with them and a very enjoyable evening was had. One of the prettiest receptions 2000 bushels Clover seed wanted. Call in before Selling. Chas. T. Pierce amp Bro. Sex sheriff Orlando Ewing and wife of Mark township were in the City monday. Or. And mrs. A. W. Fuller and or. And mrs. George Beard drove to Napoleon sunday. D. Lieberthal has returned from the Hospital at Chicago 111. He comes Back in Good shape. Frank j. Wisda has been a Poi. A a Ator of John wis Lier township deceased. Frank g. Miller i pm Sapp and Mart Miller left for Montgomery mich., monday where they will spend a week Hunting Quail. The friends of John Snyder a b. Amp o. Messenger in this City will be pained to hear of his serious illness in a Chicago Hospital. He is asked to answer. The purpose is to cast them broadcast at every meeting which he addresses in order to Embarrass and annoy or. Hanna and also to sow seeds of distrust in the minds of the voters. The senator sprung the document at the close of his meeting when he spoke to several thousand people and received one of the most flattering testimonials accorded him during the present campaigning tour. A i have Here a he said a a series of questions which it is proposed to ask me. Perhaps this is As Good a time As any to take them up. A the first asks whether representative Burton of Cleveland is not a Good Republican even though he opposes the ship subsidy Bill. Of course he is. A the next is whether i think it right to appoint 15 members of the Ohio legislature to Federal jobs who assisted me in my fight for the Senate. It is wrong there. I appointed More than fifteen. I never go Back on my friends. Another is what was the amount of my bar Bill at the Neil House in Columbus during the Campaign of 1898. That is a Bard one. I can to answer it. I did not pay any bar Bill. I done to know who did. A the last is Why i am afraid to debate with or. Clarke and whether he is not an honoured citizen of Cleveland. Of course he is. He is More than that by his own statement. He is a Man of the world and the greatest Man in it. These questions Are too trivial to pay attention to. A they illustrate the character of the Campaign the democrats Are probate court for administrator for the estate of Arthur Mccart Ney deceased. Application was made by a brother James Mccartney. The next annual meeting of the Defiance county Farmers Institute will be held in Defiance fun. 19th and 20th. The state speakers Are j olm begs and Charles Mcintire. Lee Neal who was sent to the county jail some Days ago on the charge of fornication has pro directors of the Toledo University in 1878, serving with Guido Marx Maurice Scott s. F. Forbes and other Well knows men of that period. When the political party known As the National or Greenback party became a feature in politics in 1877, or. Kahle a one of the leaders and was elected representative by that body in the name year. In 1878, he was a candidate for Congress with Frank Hurd As the democratic candidate and Hon. James b. Luckey. Republican. He has lived a retired life since leaving Here will learn with regret of passing the deceased was a brother of mrs. P. Kettenring and had Many other relative Here. Diced a marriage License and cer Toledo and his Many old friends Tif Cate showing that he was i Here wil1 learn with re Etol hta married on oct. 5,1899, to May Lynch. Joe Archard formerly of Highland township an inmate of the county infirmary for ten years died at that institution thursday at 5 p. Rn., aged about 40 years. The remains were interred in the graveyard at the infirmary this afternoon. The barn of worn. Hire who resides just Over the South Richland line was struck by Light mrs. John Henning St. Pan was All run Down weak and nervous Rocky Mountain Tea made a new woman Jot her. Gained nearly fifty pounds. 36c, Weisenburger amp Emery. J a mrs. Chas. Robinson and daughter left saturday for few Days visit at Fostoria. Miss Margaret Jarvis who has Niue during the storm thursday i been visiting Here the past week afternoon. Manj shingles were knocked off the roof and several rafters broken up. The damage was not very great. Returned to her Home in Toledo Friday. Rev. B. W. Slagle and e. B. Hooker and wife attended services at the presbyterian Church at a a i am Well now and j Napoleon sunday afternoon. Enjoying better health each to Slough wife and daughter arrived Home sunday la or. And mrs. J. I. Hoeffel of Jefferson Street Are the proud parents of a Bright baby boy. Mother and babe Are doing nicety Andy Pessefall has opened up the old Waterwheel in the Defiance Woolen Mill property and it is now ready for service. It has was that of Friday evening give j been about ten years since the j in by the ladies of the a y. A j wheel was used. Joe Wisda of Farmer township was in the City sunday. He left tuesday for Oklahoma territory to look after his farm. Or. And mrs. Fred Wagner or. And mrs. Alva Wolsiffer and the misses Flora Rowe and Anna Zellers spent sunday with or. And mrs. J. P. Flory at Archbold them Ever before in my whole that is the statement of a woman who had never been Well until she was made Well by the use of or. Pierces favorite prescription. There Are a great Many other women in like Case. They have always been sufferers from disease. They have never known the Joy of perfect health. For All such women or. Pierces favorite prescription holds out the Prospect of perfect and permanent health by the cure of the womanly diseases which weaken women. It establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. It makes weak women Strong my sick women Well. A a it gives me pleasure to let you know of the great Benefit received from or. Pierces medicines and the advice which you so kindly sent a writes mrs. Bertie Parker of Bonham. Fannin co., Texas. Quot i took your a Pavo a Golden medical discovery a. Pleasant pellets a and followed your advice riling the lotion tablets a Ana am cured 1 i been treated by different doctors and to it one Hun ired dollars for treatment and r r in but received very Little Relief. I have spent seventeen dollars and fifty cents for y or Raedle Nae and it has cured me in three or four months if ulceration and falling of uterus i suffered severe misery in my Back Ciao irregular periods. Had bearing Down in lower portion of body and great pain All through my body. Pain in uterus was very severe. Had smothering spells breath was very Short All the time had pain in stomach pain in my thighs pain in breast also Between my shoulders. Bowels constipated. I am Well now and enjoying better health than Ever before in my whole life. I was cured by your Anes. The a favorite Prescript Kal a pleasant pellets and a Loti n these medicines cured me and will Bure others the dealer who offers a substitute for favorite prescription Quot does so to gain the Little More profit paid on the Sale of Lese meritorious medicines. His profit is your loss therefore accept no substitute. Or. Pierces Flea Artst pellets regulate the Bowel evening from a weeks visit Huntington and it. Wayne id. The u. V. C. Has leased the rooms in the Horn building formerly occupied by the Defiance Democrat. The rooms Are being fixed up in Good shape. Or. And mrs. Jarvis of Charlotte mich., Are the guests of or. And mrs. W. P. Engel. Or. Jarvis was a former employee of the Nightingale Woolen Mills. Chas. E. Davis returned Home from Akron Friday where he represented chapter no. 89, r. A. in the grand chapter of Ohio. The meeting lasted two Days. Or. And mrs. David King accompanied by their daughter mrs. Weber drove to Weston yesterday where or. And mrs. Weber now reside. Or. And mrs. King returned monday. Walla Speiser an employee of the american steel package co., had the ends of his Index fingers clipped off in a machine at the factory Friday evening or. C. W. Zellars was called to attend Bim

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