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Coshocton Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Coshocton, Ohio COSHOCTON EKLY TIMES DEMOCRAT i STANDARD f COSHOCTON THURSDAY JANUARY 21 1900 New Series Volume 8 No II en Year Old Robt McCormick Badly When His Coaster Strikes Post V SKULL IS FRACTURED HILL IS SCENE Was Carrying His Brother On Back When the Collision Occurred AT THREE ROBT CORMICK WAS RESTING COM- AND IT IS THOUGHT THAT HE WILL RECOVER Fire Adds to Havoc in Messina Earthquake Horror ASSEMBLY WILL HA ME LONG GRIND i Robert McCormick the thirteen year old son of James McCormick who lives on the West Lafayette road just east of Coshocton was seriously injured in a coasting accident day afternoon about half past three o'clock The fact that the lad was resting little easier Wednesday leads the attending physicians to hope that the injury is to the middle ear instead of a fracture at the base of the brain as was at first feared The later injury would in all have resulted fatally Wis Back Robert in company with the other boys from the school was coasting down the hill just Piter school was dismissed He was going down belly buster his seven year brother ald on his back when the sled ed aside hurling Robert violently against a post He was struck on the head His terrified school mate carrying him to when Howard Lennon drove took the lad in and him to the McCormick home where modi oil attention given him Blood Flowed From Ear At first Robe it ami blood flowed trom his oa i causing and to fear a fracture of the hkull but about half five o'clock Tuesday evening lie recovered consciousness ly and his con- I dition encouraging ever alone can show the full tent of the Brother Escapes escaped and ert's body not a The hoys are the of James a coal miner is the first ar of the season fiom h to reach I ASK THAT TRAINS 32 AND 33 STOP AT SOUTH COSHOCTON The contractors for the Clow plant have filed application with the Pennsy railway to have trains 32 ard 33 make regular stops at the site of the plant beginning next Monday that time it is expected that at least thirty workmen will be in erecting the new buildings Will Probably Grant It Them reason to believe hat tlie request oi the central tors will be complied as the was O by the isera in this city It's South Coshocton Thai a will be established at the Mte is alho Tina vill bear the name of South having a tan tar more able to than in is a col lection ot arid hutH People's Bank Will Accept Under New Thomas Law At the annual meeting of the holders of Peoples Hank which he'd the WONT LISTEN TO PRESIDENT Press Sacramento Cal Jan efforts of the president to block the anti-Japanese measures is resented by legislators who declare today that legislation wilt be L M Ira I r V M Shipps if T Adams T il O P nts A P J A James Scott II li M The following President J Rue Vice W Second Vice Pi evident i r c K Heskett G electing Adams George 1 Vice President H R H Mills Assistant Cashier h E man Teller C ll A special of the ers been called for Feb 25 at which time they will vote to accept under the Thomas Banking which was passed the General of Ohio in April This law does not RO into effect un April 1 1910 but banks can accept it now by vote of their holders is K Coshocton Co Boy Will Sit in United States Senate Soon Crawford formerly of tOB and welt known the older will be elected United senator from Booth Al hp to earring tret tern M of un record He ll MMI KIHl htt Integrity and conscientious ances of his The preliminary caucuses In the two houses of foreshadowed the Detection of ford III the Joint ballot In tke state Crawford not M to for Ma Ill tIM Horns he H t MOST EACE GRAND JORY Kanuckel ot Nellie was to giand m it the ol healing belore 01 Hamilton His bond t 1.000 kel ho Is eighteen used by fit ecu old Clark cl pel pet latins a serious dime 11 The parties are mere i en and their evoked com among lie spectators in the trial room Tie Kill testified that she was en the seventh of last June and made hei home with t Joshua She had known the detendant live yenrs On Hie evening in question she had been at tho in Nellie and was mot on her way home by the youth who accompanied her lo the dence The girl related the details ol the alleged crime with able hesitation HO much uo that At- torrey who was con- ducting the prosecution asked her If she had been told not to make ad- missions on the stand She ed that no one had thus talked with Mr Styer testified as to the ages of the two young people At the con- elusion Attorney Wheeler for the defense asked that client be bound over to the grud Jury any further examination ME FLAGS The ladies an- at the head of the Tap cte much I eel confident that on next will out with a liberal hand nid to cause The majot of the his et his seal ol on the i silk be used to all those who III to tlie ladies u card hoard and ol all kinds not culis That the nev ami i lor men me needed is by the the tj is taxed and will to be in tin fu ture Show your in this nt on Tan Supplies toi Tim Day be nt store nnd workers nine ltd to Hum there Fi i ami moi Alleged Slayer of Sen Carmack tON A Mr DUNCAN B om Trial HU Ufe at CAM MUa te m OP BODY OF SENATOR CARMACK IN THE NIGHT Press Nashville Tenn Jan the set for the murder trial of Robin Cooper and his father It became known this morning that the state had a for the defense I y having the body of Senator Edward W Carmack exhumed and ar autopsy held Shot From Behind After the murder and in the ment attendant upon the crime the state neglected to order a tem It is essential in the trial that the direction from which the bullets came be determined The state's theory is that Carmack with hii hat to greet a lady was shot from behind The defense asserts that he fired the first shot Secretly Exhumed seems however that some time between the date of the killing and the present time the state secretly nnd at night exhumed the body of the editor and caused a careful post mortem to be performed Thf course cf thr bullets thus was determined the state claims to have proof that the bullet which killed Carmack entered his neck from behind i ESCAPING FROM FIRE Jan 20 men employed on a crib several miles out in Lake Michigan jumped into the lake this morning when the crib was destroyed by fire and it j that 15 of them drowned Tht greater majority sustained severe bruises or burns and several Inhaled Fifty and 21 Elope The naughtiest trick that Dan Cupid has executed in these for a long time is reported from Lite Wednesday The janitor of the Penney is mourning the departure of hit wife who said to have eloped to bus with a young man of only 21 The woman is fifty and has twelve children five of which are of tender It it believed that the couple have left Columbus and are coming to Wednesday evening Fight is Dropped On Thome Baker as the Democratic Senators Stand Pat On the Columbus O Jan now point to a lengthy session of tho general of the whole of the senate liming fulled to reach un agreement as to a long or snort session nnd referred the Mather resolution making ad- Ft b to the Judiciary whore It Is expected to Bleep Itself to death In tho house Mr of Wood of- n resolution providing for a re- cess from Friday until Feb 15 Mr of Lake one for nient 8 Mr Phillips of gn one fer recent from Friday to Feti IS with adjournment following March 8 When the hoime tinlay It began tho consideration oC tho numerous fixing the date for adjournment of tho legislature The members of tho senate opposed to Senator Thorno Baker of I ho finance committee have given up their to rescind tho action the report of the committee on committees was Indorsed The Democratic members nf the caucused nnd decided In put on their action lu voting lor Daker A number of were In the house and It IH known thnt mi no an In com so of preparation by members of both holmes which to I he belief that will be til lib to the general assembly Governor the of municipal affairs In Cincinnati by tlie lie completed and that the investigation of harpea of al lene I nf Cleveland bv tlie but never bn t Ho alHO tho Howi investigation of HI If ments can led to a cone In Addition tlie governor would have the make to tho present lawn HO as to Rive him fiill power lo M at any any department and to make lotion making this law effective In the law no as to compel e of tho funds by Mils is asked Ill tlie of the several state taxation boards made up of ox of dilli renl the governor ml lut n board of thro n TS be created who shall i re of all state taxation 1 h ris th excise Willirt tuxes tf nd of their and amendments thereto A law IB all the state departments Caton Appointed Deputy Master Ham A Caton of Oak liati been notified by State Master of his appointment as deputy master nnd lor county Is a is find very much enthused over the Grange woi k in which he a prominent Wheat Corner Forces Cereal to Highest Price in Four Years The corner m in mm WV lions to keep an Inventory of their property H thing that has never been done The governor hla with a recommendation that the anniversary of Lincoln Feb be made a holiday that tne anniversary be not mad aa annual holiday of to that of Washington The first of tho temperance measures of thin was Introduced In the houtto by Reed Of Wood It provides thr aalo of In any whers there Is vaudeville box I n K or In theater all or and that no liquor shall ba sold within feet of a school church or factory The penalty Is putting the offender permanently out of business together wito a of from lo Crist also a forbidding the soliciting of orders fur liquor in any dry com- munity and the common pittas Judge prosecutor or city to appoint secret service men to In the batch of bills which went In tho house theic were flve relating drafts Ir i leml ers of the assembly last which aroused much at are responsible for the array of new bills providing for mileage One Introduced by Mr Bense of will compel buri to at the close of the that did not tide on In all the bills Introduced tho Is Z a mile DEFENSE HAS ITS INNING IN THE DRESDEN BANK TRIALS I'D was In federal court in the dial of the Dresden case Examiner ii I hoi nnd wits able to nudity relating to the of the i used with to records ol the defunct hank The Us nt I ID nnd the h n taken up Mr In he witness ex- In his points in rules of i well raised the rons of Mr V r thill he become i mi of the On M In taking Kio ol that he was a member the r lit m in New York Unit In in U il Hi tlie r f Co I in nl wear and He e Minuted the value I I i- iii n inm a worth mo to He valued the of he hart i HOIK and mone in He e their in in 11 on al lo Harmon Quits First of May Cincinnati Jan 20 At re- quest of federal judge Lurton nor Harmon will retain the receiver ship of the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad till May 1st Several Hurt in Explosion Philadelphia Jan 20 ion at the Dupont powder today Injured Several Small ed NO CHOICE YET
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