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Coshocton Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1909, Coshocton, Ohio COSHOCTON WEEKLY TIMES COSHOCTON OHIO THURSDAY APRIL 8 OOP New Series Volume 6 No 22 An Exclusive lub Planned MAY PURCHASE JAMES The Membership Would Probably Be Limited to 25 For Business Men Only if the being by a quartet of progressive and influential men bear fruit a Commercial club will be tome time within tHe next few The project has not taken tangible shape as yet but it understood that the gentlemen Mi question are ing the lease or purchase of the James property located at Main and Seventh streets and that If they can secure it the club will be Incorporated It will be quite exclusive in membership will ably be limited to twenty-five men and when that Is filled a waiting list will be started j For Business Men i This club will in no way conflict the functions of the Country dull which promises to play an im- portant part In the social lite of shocton people The club located as it will be in the ness part of town will be more ly for business and as such will nil a lone felt want Handsomely Furnished The house will be handsomely throughout and the will be an important addition to both the business and social life of the town STORK IS TAIL END OF TORNADOES FURTHER WEST FILE ANSWER IN BRIDGE INJUNCTION Will BID AN AU T 0 FACTORY ON JOHN STREET The Marshall Knoff garage and j the old Main Street near the corner of Sixth on are being dismantled workingmen preparatory to the erection of a ness block by the Wisenburg heirs The couth entrance of the rink will he detached from the rest of the building and moved away and it is said that the mover also Intends sawing the main part of the structure in two and moving It in that manner Mr Knoff has sold his automobile sundries to the garage where he will be employed for the next few weekst until he approves the for his new automobile tory which will be erected at the rear of his premises on John Plans for this structure are now un- der way and Knoff expects it to be completed in order that the building j of auto delivery wagons may start by j the middle of July Kills Cew A- cow to Charles Spang of the neighborhood was killed by lightning Tuesday after- noon The animal was insured In agency Grand Juror Was Marooned by the Swollen Waters The grand jury lost a half day Wednesday and was not able to go into session until 1 P M on count of the absence of one member who was held up by high waters Joe Richey who resides between Canal Lewisville and Keene found Wednesday morning that the river was spread two feet deep over the Coshocton road near this city He refused to climb over the aqueduct declaring that would not tempt him to cross the rickety structure Drove to Fresno Richey finally hit upon the ent of driving to Fresno seven miles away and taking the noon train upon the Wheeling arriving here at 12 o'clock The loss of the half day will long the sessions of the grand jury Just much longer at a cost of not than per day i Report Probably Friday I Owing to the fact that Judge las will be absent from the city Thursday the report can not be made until Friday until he is here to re- it From the looks of thingb 1 it will take fully that long to dispose t of all the business before the body At noon Wednesday there still 37 witnesses yet to be examined A j case Is scheduled for the I afternoon session also more boot legging It is said that so many bottles and jugs of contraband liquor have bfen brought Into the room that it looks like an old time bar room Three Men Thrown From Buggy in Night Runaway While driving from Killbuck to Spring Mountain Tuesday night rJoss Carpenter Walter Chapman and Shellhorn wore thrown from the they were in losing con- trol of their horses the entire outfit was upset The team became loose got away and could not be found un- til midnight they were located near Spring Mountain The men caped from injury with the of slight bruises The buggy was badly demolished The team had been hired from the crv barn at Killbuck Sullivan a Success as Peace Maker Vice D II Sullivan of the United Workers of Ohio han returned from Wheeling and Barton he ban been adjusting the difficult ifM miners and in re- gard to the Two mines which down for some time have been opened and the will shortly Mr lenTee tar President of the Co in to difficulties in that GIR I R Mlsa Pearl who Is em- ployed In the department of the Meek Co mashed the Index and middle finger on her left hand In button Wednesday One of the also hurt Tuesday Mm Grace the Middle of her left hi one t American Wabath April of persons were injured and thousands of dollars damage done to erty here by a tornado during last niont A dozen houses were ished at Peru Four factories sever al school buildings and many small structures were razed STORM AT TOLEDO Toledo April hurricane ed Toledo and vicinity today injuring scores of persons slightly and doing thousands of dollars damage The plant of the Massillon Bridge was wrecked TORNADO KILLS FIVE Memphis Tenn April sons are known to have been killed four injured and others are buried among the debris or the Illinois tral depot which was demolished by a swept through the city of Aberdeen Miss The W C dent of tne Bank of Aberdeen T C McMillan cotton buyer unidentified Those known to have been include O orge Franklin telegraph operator in the employ of the Central railroad Messrs Ray and alao railroad employes The storm wUlf of short duration WEB of grent velocity and besides the depot damaged a ber of other Immediately after Tho storm passed relief parties were hastily and wreckage gan Pive bodies of killed have been and four of the In- jured Was Fugitive Four Months AUer hiding from the officers in Chicago since the eighth of last De- cember fearing that ne would be sent to the workhouse for assault and Joshua Forrester returned to this city Tuesday and found before Squire Wimmer morning He was pronounc ed guilty of assault and battery and was fined and costs It is said that Forrester en- gaged in a scuffle with his wife on the stairs when she tried to extract money from his pocket her n push which sent her down bruising her Ho then fled fearing the When he came home Tuesday night the wife wouldn't let him in but notified the Storm in Coshocton In spite of the fact that wind blew through Coshocton at the rate of from to fifty miles hour no damage was done Hats galore were blown of in numerous cases small branches of trees were stripped from the trunk but the horrors of the tornado which visited Indiana and the northern part of the state were wot experienced In it was generally imported on the streets that the roof had been blown off a part of the Hay building nt the corner of Chestnut and street but the story proved to be without foundation The fact that Coshocton is ed by the hills probably accounts for the fact that she escaped the sev ravages of the storm The telephone companies have considerably and many lines are down throughout the country A large tree near Wills Creek blew down Wednesday tearing down the lines completely Wind Holds Back Flood The rivers showed signs day morning of going on a rampage but the day's high winds have My been in checking anticipated At noon two and a half over the mini road and about the name distance below the Roscoe paved road Children to Plant Trees Tree planting will be a principal feature of the Arbor Day tions at the various grade schools of the city April 16 A number of elms and maples will be planted and the day further observed the rendition of programs which are now in course of preparation OF NEEDLE MAY CAUSE DEATH April 7 accidental pricking of her finger with a needle while sewing a week ago may cause the death of Mrs Robert a prominent resident of this place Mrs Brannon thought nothing of the injury at the time hut a clay or two later the member began to swell and later it affected her entire arm Two physicians were called in but the disease had so rapidly that the physicians could do nothing and she has been up to die Mrs is about 80 years of ago and lias many relatives in thi Arbitrate Case Warner Hay Pop Kline and ter Winters have been to the suit of F M Patterson against Wm Dagnall on account in Staats court Wednesday night The arbitrators will be sworn and will decide the cape out reference to the Squire Begin Work Monday Contractor Morford who Is to re- model the Country Club house have a force of men at work on it Monday morning and expects to have the force large enough to rush th work Id rough In K very short time The contract for the Interior will be IK shortly U will b done by local men probably under he of Arthur NEWS PAPER Or Tne Knights of will meet Wednesday Would Alter Lay land Road The commissioners of Holmes have asked the Coshocton county commissioners to meet with them in conference soon over the posed alterations of the road which leads from this county to Killbuck in Holmes It is stated that the adjoining owners have agreed to the of way if the commissioners will beai cost of the improvement Bond Withdraws Columbus April C A Bond formally withdrew from the race for a second nomination for the mayoralty of Columbus stating that for business reasons he can't he a candidate again Commissioners Order Hew Walk The county afternoon decided to tine for bldn for the of new cement the court park fronting on and Chestnut street and for a way on the of the Ing P n of wan CANT RUN RIOT ANY LONGER The council passed an Tuesday evening providing that owners of chickens must keep them penned up It will go Into fect as soon as It has been published the required number of times amounting to were ordered paid In the of Mayor ter Councilman K B pre- sided Will GO TO SILVER LAKE The Protected Home Circle at its Tuesday evening session decided to run Its annual excursion to Silver Lake near Akton this summer A date early in July will be selected In order that it umj tiot conflict with the library excursion In August Nelson Helps to Adjust Some Small Questions A G Nelson of tills of the Mine Workers and Miller United the Williams mines houth of own Wednesday afternoon to adjust some difficulties In to the car measure Thursday will take up a dis- pute at the mines nt While In Coshocton Mr Miller and Mr Nelson will have a ence with Charles of tho Warwick Coal Co In regard to In the of entries Wants Divorce suit Wednesday afternoon in probate court against oNen lor divot ce on the alleged ol to provide and She custody ol MARRIAGE LICENSE John II and Sadie M man IS both of tp A lei is the Killed by Tornado Kokomo Ind 7 A storm this locality doing an amount of damage At Miami 10 mil of here the rid other buildings badly by the wind i it ni e or Mrs Gammons of mo was blown down and the was caught in and till more or less One daughter Clara wan killed Hits Butler County Hamilton O April 7 The niont rain hall and stonn that has swept over Butler county in the last half century broke here The rain a cloudburst The din of the falling hall wan deafening Nearly every In town wan un- der water for half an hour Streetcar traffic wan demoralized and a large number of cam were stalled Commissioners Deny Many of Allegations Set Up by Charles McClain in Famous Litigations Wednesday afternoon in common court wan filed the amended of the county commissioners j in the bridge injunction cases At- I McDowell and Pomerene for the defense forth an elaborate document of several typewritten pages denying a great many of the assertions made by the attorneys for Chat McClain The prayer of the answer is that the petition of the plaintiffs be dismissed and that the commissioners be allowed to go hence with their costs First Defense Among the contentions of the com- missioners and the county auditor defendants in the caste That it In not true that the com- missioners save out notices of tho election other than set out In tho petition That It IB not true that they failed to nay that tho bridge is necessary That It Is not true that the of the proceedings gave the voters reason to believe that the MalTi street bridge would he built Ing to the 11 union at That It IH untrue that the Waddell Harrington do not In- clude the coat of of way or damages or that will not he sufficient to complete the proposed street bridge That It not tine that plans of Waddell tit provided for carrying two electric railway mid the of this assertion to the when they Hied their petition The money of the Is not to be expended in tho of electric rail It in not true no petition ever riled the commission era to build the bridge That If any wore prepared by John A tor the construction of the bridge they were prepared without the of ers or surveyor and never Hied with the That it IM not true that the bridge Is not located on a way nor that no notice of the Inten tion to locate the bridge on the site has bet n published Second Defense As second defense the claim that the prosecutor did not de- cline to bring the suit but at that particular time he was engaged In lepal proceedings Ing to the bond Issues and the tiffs took of III not ing the time Third Defence As third it is claimed that the McClain had lull edge of what was going on and the commissioners were proceeding in good faith to out the will of the taxpayers and he gave no notice to Mop the action ol the ers until big expense had been in- and that the only notice he nave them to file his tion 1 T and John linger of Fresno were In town Squire Joseph McFarland of way In town Wednesday on PROGRAM OF THANK OFFERING AT W CARLISLE following program will be at the thank offering service will be hold at tho Grace M I in West Carlisle Sunday Organ voluntary J i freed by pastor v Anthem by choir Scripture Lesion Paper Workers for Mohli SOUK Christ is Risen Paper African Diamond Jubilee Utton Solo for Heathen Us Mary On- Wonderful Savior Walker Ho and Nellie Orr Paper Ethel Ion Remarks by pastor Offering Closing Hj mil WILL BAPTIZE 33 AT MILL FORK Baptismal services will be held at the church Sunday and It la expected that more than 33 baptisms will he held Friday and Saturday eiling revival services will be held over which State Evangelist L K Smith will huve charge Miss Irene Himebaugh Dies W A haw been fied of the denth of Irene which recently curred at Phoenix Arias She was about 28 yearn of a resident of Colorado Springs and her demise due to heuit failure In last mer nnd In remembered by a large elide of friends TWO NEW R M Temple of the Hoard of Public Service building permits Wednesday to William well who will a house on the rear of a lot at the corner of Second arid Chestnut streets and James Kirk who will build a house on street near LIST Miss Coe the A wan to Mr and K A of the Hell Telephone Company Mayor Hamilton IK feeling better after having terrible Tuesday with the felon on inter Millersburg Excited Over Good Gas Well O April Is much excitement here over the ery of a new gas Held within three Miles of town by the Fenton brothers who promoted and built the big glass works here They have leased lures nnd their second well Is giving over 200.000 feet and another Is being drilled BUTT BUYS A Hutt is in tho grocery having purchased n half interest In his old stand at Seventh and Kim streets from Jas and the two men are Jointly this prosperous little ness No Sleuths in the Partly Dry Counties Secret seivice officers provided for under the saloonkeeper law cannot be appointed In counties which are almost but not quite dry An opinion to this effect wan ed yesterday by Attorney Den man to Prosecuting Attorney T T Court right of county That county voted wet an a whole lint prior to the Rose election waa pretty nearly dry an reault Of other local option elections Secret officers may be put to work only In counties which M nit prohibited the sale of under Mr Den man's A marriage to Jota T 1 Askrew M tanO ff Mr
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