Defiance Weekly Express in Defiance, Ohio
27 Sep 1907

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27 Sep 1907

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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - September 27, 1907, Defiance, Ohio Nepf ism our own condition powders will help your horses cold or distemper woodwards drug store. Call on a. W. King amp son for new and stylish suits just opened to the Trade. Mrs. C. A. Smucker son Leroy and daughter Lucile left tuts Day for a visit with relatives in Shelby. A marriage License has been granted to Herman c. C. Kopp. 22, Rose Amelia Wandt 21, both of Highland township. Or. And mrs. John Friend and Eon Harry left tuesday for Kendallville ind.,where they will vie to relatives and attend the fair. A Good comedy at the Royal theatre saturday p. In done to miss it. A. W. King and w. F. Schultz left tuesday evening for Elmore where they will attend the reunion of the 100th . I. The Hicksville fair will be held next week commencing tuesday and continuing four Days. Great preparations have been made for this years fair and a big time is anticipated. All relatives and descendants of Thomas Carpenter and Matthew Williams Pioneer settlers of Holmes county Are cordially invited to be present at the borne of t. C. Elliott oct. 3, to hold a general family reunion. Come with Well filled baskets and have a Good time. Committee the 100th regiment 0 v. I. Held their reunion at Elmore Ohio on wednesday sept. 25th. Not Many survive of the one Hundred Young men that left for the South in co. A of that regi ment in 1862. The following Are those left in this Vicinity wed. F. Schultz a. W. King j. B. Houtz a. T. Brechbill and j. U Blue of this City John w. Myers s. Logan and John Davie of Ayersville. R. K. Streaker a seventeen year old youth whose Home linear Ney was bound Over to common pleas by Squire Lamb monday for $3000 As the result of paternity charges brought against him by Fannie m Otter unmarried aged 26, who also lives near Ney. Strusaker admits the intimacy which dates a year Back but claims there were ethers. The acco schement in three months in the future. For a second time Street commissioner by. Eding will face mayor Crowe charged with using profane and abusive language. Monday afternoon Josiah my Elroy a resident of South Defiance filed a complaint before the mayor charging Eding with this offence. Eding has been notified to appear to answer the charge but so far Bas not done so. A year ago or More Eding was fined $25 and costs for applying vile and abusive epithets to m Schultz while in a local Saloon. As the result of the bite of a Rattlesnake Charles Rairick eight years old who lived at the Home of John Ardner an Uncle near Paulding is dead. A week ago Friday while gathering crab apples he stepped upon the Rattler and was bitten in the toe although he ran All the Way Home and medical attention was Given immediately gangrene set in and he continued to grow worse until death occurred. Rattlesnakes in this part of the state Are becoming very few but occasionally one is found. Look where you will Yon will find no better optical goods than Thos Weare displaying. We have All sorts of opera classes Field classes Etc. Make Eye glasses and spectacles according to Yon eyes and fit yours with proper lenses to snit you requirements. Jie sw1if, the watch maker and jeweler. Mrs. S. R Banders is visiting relatives in Cleveland. Alfred Thiery of Texas is visiting hi9 father Fred Thiery. Mrs. Clemens and children returned to Paulding sunday after a visit with relatives in this City. Mies Marguerite Cheney left tuesday noon for South Hadley mass., to resume her studies at it. Holyoke Seminary. Mrs Charles Whitney of cola in Hue returned to her Home monday after a visit with relatives in this City. J j. L3wis, jr., of Paducah. K vis visiting at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Jonathan a wis of East Defiance. Mrs. C. Perry Harley returned tuesday afternoon from a summer spent at the seashore and other Points of interest in the East. Wall paper the Best line of Wall papers at reasonable prices Ever shown in Defiance. Let us show you. F. P. Weisenburger amp Bro the Rexall store miss Clara Hosfeldt of Tiffin is visiting relatives Here. Miss Cora Ingold of Greenville is visiting relatives in the City. See or. Haffman for Eye nose or Throat trouble also glasses. Miss Lela Coy left monday for Gambier to enter Harcourt Seminary. Miss Veronica Clemmons went to Toledo sunday for a visit with relatives. A Fine line of foreign and Domestic patterns on display this week at Boyers. A ten Pound baby boy arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. A. Hicock sunday evening. Or. And mrs. James Webber and son August of Bellevue Are visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. Edward m. Hubbard returned tuesday from a two weeks visit in the East. Groceries vegetables and fruits. Highest Market Price paid for butter and eggs. J. Cal r. Ita Baum 220 North Clinton Street. So of of of of of Fco mgt a it in a a to of of of of of a a a facts without bombastic Boas Tery we assert that patrons of this Bank receive the greatest number of advantages. We save you Money and give you fair play. References our Many satisfied customers. We invite you also to Bank with us. Call and see us. The state banh. Petek Kettenring. President. We. Geiger Elbert e. Carter vice president. Cashier. Archbold Robertson of Sherwood was in the City thursday mrs. J. Martin of Chicago is visiting relatives in the City. Or and mrs. Fred Stoll returned tuesday from Chicago. The Royal 53 theatre will be open s sturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. W. A. Hartell retarded to Detroit tuesday after a visit wit h l Wilsberg and family. J. J. Lewis of Paducah ky., who has been the guest of his parents returned to his Home thursday. Or and mrs. Henry Seit Herand miss Gertrude Hoffman returned last evening from a delightful three weeks trip up the lakes on a big freighter. Chaa. S. Koerner and daughter Carrie of it. Vernon iud.,arrived in the City tuesday noon fora visit at the Home of or. And mrs. William Hoffman on Perry Street. Lewis Smith who was unsuccessful in Justice lambs court to secure $50 damages against Elizabeth Saba thy for alleged damage done to his land by reason of the straying of cattle belonging to mrs. Saba thy has appealed his Case to common pleas court. Hattie Core is plaintiff in a petition for the partition of 80 acres in Section 9 and 80 38-100 acres in Section 18 in Tiffin township in which Cora a. Black administer matrix of the estate of John g. Weiland and others Are named defendants. The plaintiff lays claim to an undivided one ninth interest in the estate. Miss Maude Core the daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Core of this City and Carl j. Loetz of Laporte lad., were married in Toledo this morning by Rev. Shutte. While the fact of the impending wedding was generally known the time had been kept a secret and the news of the marriage will come a a Surprise to Many. What plans or. And mrs. Loetz have made for the future Are not known but it is expected that they will make a wedding trip before they return Home. Mrs. Loetz is a charming Young lady whose Circle of friends is a Large one. »00000000000000000<�00000<g it pays to Trade at Harley amp Whitaker a where bargains Are always greatest follow the crowds they will take you to h. Amp was. 24" Imi she where you will find the Best bargains in Defiance. Wanted merchandise an in snal Opportunity for you to make a big saving on your fall purchases from a clean Snappy Stock of new goods. 200 new rugs on Sale this week. Hoo ladies misses and children a cloaks now ready for your inspection. Harley amp Whitaker a the right place to Trade. From oat of town were miss Marie Engol miss Koegel of Sandusky. Arthur Newton and Morris Newton celebrated their Twenty first and nineteenth birthdays jointly at their Home four Miles South of this City monday evening. A crowd of Young people assisted them in enjoying the Happy event. Games were played and a Fine lunch was served by miss Newton and miss Austin. Those who were present were the misses Clara and Carrie Schatz Sophia Carr Effie and Susie Shock Hoffman Montgomery Lydia Balskey Minnie Smith Callie Balskey Esther and Palma Shuler and messes Harry and Frank Schatz Ward Karr William and Earnest Sutholt Henry Shuler will Michenfelder Walter Morris and Lester Shirley. John and Ernest Ruehle returned to Toledo sunday after a visit with parents in this City. Death Foraker Morse the three year old son of or. And mrs. Morse of Seneca Street East Defiance died monday a. In. About 3 of clock. The child was one of twins born at the time of senator Dicks visit to the City on the occasion of the laying of the Corner Stone of the Public Library. One of the children was named Dick and the other Foraker both after Ohio senators. Each received a handsome present from his senatorial namesake and the fact attracted much attention Over the state. After an eight Days illness with diphtheria Alfred d., the eleven year eleven month old son of or. And mrs. Robert Marihugh of East first Street died sunday morning at 4 of clock. Because of the malignant nature of the disease the removal 3 society a the reception held at the Home of mrs. Robert t. Whitaker tuesday afternoon for the Benefit of the helping hand society of the methodist Church was a pronounced Success and a Nice sum netted for the society. Mrs. Whitaker was assisted by her sister miss Nelle Harley in entertaining the guests. Saturday afternoon miss Leth a Mae Engel delightfully entertained the i Phi Epsilon sorority and a few friends with a launch ride to the dam. After the ride the girls enjoyed an Impromptu musical and dance in the Keogel Home on the Avenue. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her Mother mrs. William p. Bigej. Quite a pleasant time was had at the Home of w. E. Martin saturday evening sept. 21, it being mrs Martins fifty first birthday. After a bounteous supper was served the evening was spent in conversation and music. Those present were the members of the family mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter or. John Carpenter wife and two children or. And mrs. Henry Souders and miss Amy Ott of Defiance. Many Beautiful presents were received by mrs. Martin. The first meeting of the Art study club held tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. F. Deatrick Jefferson Street was a delightfully interesting meeting. Vice president mrs. H. B. Harris was in the chair and the program opened with an excellent article on causes that retarded Art development. English Art prior to seventeenth Century Given by mrs. Virgil Squire. Sir Peter Lely sir Godfrey Kneller were mrs John c. Vandenbroeke a topics. Minor artists of seventeenth Century was mrs. H. C Chappell subject followed by with great foreigners who influenced English Art. Roll Call was responded to with current Art topics. Adjournment was then taken. Inform Ftp parties Are usually delightful affaire especially so among the younger set and the informal card party Given tuesday evening by miss Nelle Wilhelm on Holgate Avenue in Honor of her House guests the missed Mamie Grube Florence Wolfe of Toledo and the misses Lela Coy and Ruth Hoffman who leave soon for College was an exceptionally Happy affair. Scarlet autumn Flowers formed the decorations in the Parlours where seven tables were surrounded for six hand euchre. The favors for Best scores were awarded miss Marie Engel a Beautiful fan and Glen Miller a handsome Den picture. Following cards an excellent luncheon was served and a genuine Good time enjoyed. Among the guests miss Lehman will on oct. 7th, remove her millinery store from 507 second Street to 318 Clinton Street two doors South of Harley a lion store where she will be glad to see All her old customers and Many new ones. Ella Lehman. Suicide at Oakwood. Special to express Paulding sept. 23.�?mrs. Wal ter Harmon aged 26 years living near Oakwood committed suicide Friday by taking carbolic acid. Before committing the act she phoned her grandmother and Mother. When they arrived they found her dying. She left a note stating where she wanted to be buried. She lived but a Short time after the arrival of relatives. Despondency on account of ill health was the cause. Her husband was absent from Home at the time. Boy wanted to learn the Trade. Call at this office body was buried at to of clock the same morning without funeral services. The boy was the Only member of the family ill with diphtheria. Several famil ies members of which have been exposed Are now under a quarantine maintained by the Board of health. Public Sale Otis Kleinhenn will have a pub lie Sale on what is known As the Grant farm one fourth mile East of Arthur on thursday oct. 3. He will sell horses harness buggy Wagon farm implements Corn and fodder Etc. David Hill is auctioneer. New Wint jacket and children a Mccall patterns for Sale Here. New dress goods silk and velvets. Special Low prices on All room size rugs. A a a a a buy your underwear and hosiery at last years prices. We ask no Advance and give you the same Quality for your Money. M. A Horn you people wanting jewelry should look into oar window a while looking there step inside and we will show Yon the most up to Date Stock of jewelry in the City. Everything the Best. Everything guaranteed. La ism amp co. Jewellers and opticians Ney Joe Harris of Indiana has been visiting daring the past week with friends around Ney. Or. And mrs. A j Yarlot and daughters Grace and Wilma visited sunday with met. All Rich near Hicksville. Mrs. Knapp of Defiance wets a caller in Ney saturday. Mrs. Anna Snyder visited with friends in in the Fairview Vicinity sunday. Mrs. We. Sandy and son u e visited Over sunday with her daughter near Bryan. The misses Kolb were in Ney saturday. Or. And mrs. Roy Yarlot visited Over sunday with Gideon Yar lots at Bryan. J f Bostater of Bryan visited Over sunday with his parents Frank Bostater. We. Stripe entertained Hector Harter of Bryan misses Audrey greed a Pha Donley mrs. A j Neiswender or. Whistler and Celia Snyder of Evansport sunday. A j and Merl Neiswender and v e Hugy were callers at the children a Home sunday. The w c t u met at mrs. D e Welkert a saturday at 3 p in and the election being held the following officers were elected president mrs e Welker. 1st vice president mrs. Irven Hartshorn 2d vice president mrs. A j Yarlot recording Secretary mrs. Clyde Reynolds corresponding Secretary and treasurer Grace Yarlot. In resident of l t a mrs p m Lehman superintendent of contest mrs. J Chamberlain. The county president mrs. E w Crook county Secretary mrs. Jennie Patterson and county president of contest mrs. Mande Ackerman were present and had a grand meeting. Sherwood. Or. And mrs. G. W. Renz visited with his Mother near Ney sunday. Miss Cora Douglas of the chronicle officers taking a vacation. Mrs. M. E. Mccaskey of Goshen iud., is the guest of her Mother mrs. May. Mrs. Stone visited in Williams Center sunday. C. E. And Eli Dickey and mrs. Ella Fraker Are in Putnam county where they were called by the death of an Uncle. Mrs. Lucinda Dickey is visiting friends of her youth in Pennsylvania. Chas. Davis was in Toledo sunday. Mrs. Eli Dickey mrs. Chaa. Davis mrs. Davis senior and mrs. Hanna visited near Farmer sunday. Mrs. Grace Hanna with her two children visited mrs. Dicky and mrs Davis a couple of Days last Wek the Oaks played the White sox of Defiance on the latter a grounds sunday. The score stood 5 . When you get ready for your fall and Winter t fading we went to be Able to figure with Yon and to Supply Yon with a part of your wants of Nice clean goods Low prices please Yon we Are sore of a part of your Trade. # a Strong Effort on oar part finds oar store fall of under Wear. Hosiery Wool hoods Bach As Fascinator hood3 and hosiery blankets comforters yarns outings Cotton bats All priced to Yon at extra Low values. Dishes. Tinware glassware enamelware 5 and 10c notions Wall paper and window shades. French a Bazaar Slough family holding first annual reunion in this City at the pleasant Home of or. E. L. Slough in South Defiance the first annual reunion of the members of Slough families was held wednesday. The morning was Given Over to an interesting program which included the Reading of the history of the Slough family by or. Slough. The first member of the family of whom any record is had is col. Mathias Slough who was at the head of a Batalion of Lancaster pa., Assoc actors. Col. Slough was the father of seven children and the descendants of these now spread Over the country number Many hundreds. At the opening meeting in the morning the address of Welcome was delivered by Rev. J. F. Slough of Pioneer. This was followed by a prayer after which Hon. J. W. Slough of this City gave an entertaining address. Or. Slough then read the history of the Slough families prepared by him which traced the descent of the various Slough families Back to col. Mathias Slough. At t Well eos clock a sumptuous dinner was served in a Large tent pitched on the spacious Lawn. Nearly everything that appeals to a healthy human appetite was spread on the tables which fairly groaned under the weight of the Many Good things to which everyone did ample Hustle. The Blessing was asked by Rev. R. E. M. Eagers pastor of Zions English lutheran was returned by Rev. Slough at the close of the repast. Among those present was Martha Morey past 77 years of age who was the first school teacher of or. Slough. This aged lady came Here from Youngstown alone to attend the reunion. A Merit card signed by her and Given to him when a Small boy is held As a valuable Money to loan without commission. Low rate of interest payments can be made to snit convenience of Borrower. Prompt service. If Yon have a mortgage coming Fine or need Money for any purpose whatever write Telephone or Call at our office for particulars. You will be in no Way obligated in getting our terms. The Defiance Home loan col saving association Defiance Ohio w. G. Lehman Sec a. Office 514 third st., one door West of Crosby House. Memento by or. Slough. A highly valued treasure is the family Bible which has been in the Slough family for two Hundred years. From out of the City the following Are in attendance Daniel Slough and wife of Pioneer Mary Ann Nye and daughter Mabel of Montpelier Rev. J. F. Slough wife and daughter Maggie of Pioneer w. J. Slough wife and daughter from Reading Mich. Or. G. W. Slough of it. Vernon id. J. C. Shenefield of Wyatt id mrs. Montgomery of Delta Charles e Sicer and wife of Bryan Emory Shenefield of sooth Bend Martha a. Sommers of Georgetown John rang and wife of Montpelier Emory Sibeo Etiel and wife of Bremen lad mrs t. C. Dubai of Antwerp j. Paulston of Antwerp mrs. Florence Robinson and son of Chicago Daniel Shenefield and mrs. Wallace Shenefield of Bremen lad. From Defiance and Vicinity the following were present or and mrs. W. A. Slough or. And mrs. J. Vav. Slough or. And mrs. L. E. Ralston and Anna and Martha r Datoo Edwin Slough and May Slouch Edgar Slough and mrs. Mollie Lonah arum daughter Rachael. A number of regrets were received from those who were unable to attend. W. Of Hughes and Jos. A Hughes have been appointed executors of the estate of George t. Hughes deceased. Etta Walters has been appointed administer matrix of the estate of Leonard Walters deceased what we we have two objects in advertising. We wish to increase our business. We want your account whether it be Large or Small and we want you to feel that we will everything possible to serve you and further your interests. We Are prepared to loan you Money on proper Security transmit Money for you to other places safeguard your deposits and to Render every service in keeping with the operation of a soundly managed financial institution. Is tans Tim. Bin we 4,2 on savings. Phonographs tallying machines records and supplies. We carry the largest Stock in the county and will give you the Best service i hese goods Are All sold at a fixed Price by the manufacturers and Why not buy of us and get exactly what you want. Our time is yours and by having an exclusive department we certainly can please you. At Mollencupp a leading jeweler by optician. I

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