Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Orrville, Ohio office fa equipped to 46 your job work quickly reasonable 15 OCTOBER 10,1913. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION AT WEST Elaborate Has Been Arranged For Wayne County Sunday School Convention will be held in the Village of West Salem on and Oct 21-22. An elaborate program for the four sessions has been The Convention at 1:30 on closing the day with exercises in the morning at 8:15 the meeting will open wg After an introduction of new the close at 3:20. Rev. H. C. Blosser of Will deliver an address organized Work of the Sunday What at 8:35 Wednesday schools have appointed delegates to the the schools that have not should do Sunday October 12. Each school is asked to send five delegates and make this the best convention ever delegates will please Send their names to Mrs. B. West of For The First street school enrollment Teacher No. 1st and 2nd Miss 60 and 4th Miss 52 and 6th Miss 49 37 39 street school enrollment Miss 37 Helen 35 Miss Luella 30 and 6th Fannie 38 school and 2nd Floy and 4th Hazel 35 and 6th 28 The following teachers reported no cases of tardiness for the first Mabel and Floy Topics and General News of Local Religious church Thomas L. residence 223 Ella Sabbath school meets at 9:15, Regular horning worship at 10:30, with sermon on do we have a Young Devotional Service at 6. Favorite verses from the Miss Floy Service at 7:00 Theme of Great Question asked by a Frightened invitation is extended to all to attend these services and share with us in the blessings of of ' School 9:00 a. m. E. E. There will be preaching services except Councilman Harbidge answered to roll complaint has been registered against the city street deaming Quite frequently it is the dirt froim street is flushed onto the sidewalks at the comers of public square amd there left to tramp over during the The northwest room in the Griffith block being there is one there to give the walk necessary There was no action taken to the A ten final notice to lay sidewalks will be served who have been previously notified to so and have not number of additional walks were placed in the hopper to be laid before the winter Longabaugh was instructed to look up contract in regard to bridge on North street recently Council privilege to Seas Taylor to place narrow stairway oni north side of building on Vine street at a rental of per Solicitor and Engineer were to draft new ordinance grade on Church street between Vine and the C. A. C. finance committee ia large grist of bills which were dis posed of in the usual tendered her the at the nation of Art and Mathematics high After her resignation Bible will occupy the was accepted Miss Dorothy L. Williams We request every memo's take her work m church present at these Eighth Grade and High Miss and bring is a graduate of Indiana State 0ur Bible School last Sunday I again broke all former which Mr. C. E. one of the inspectors gives us a new one to Get under of schools from State Superintendent's the Bible School work and help to pass office visited our schools on Tuesday of | past records and make new this high schaol literary societies will I for their first m Same will be printed next This is State Sunday School tion must emphasize members of the high school school work in Sunday ea tne as or tne i in tlie morning at 9:00. School Worship at 10:00. Devotional hour at 6:15 at 7:00 Sunday services will over the This is a Weaver it pity that not more of the | the But we will ASSOCIATION COMMENDS REV. J. B. I With all the encouragement we will never get as much Bible remains were accompanied by the Dora Md little Let us J. and Mrs Kiefer's T Pastor Mrs. Mary of Canal best to give them the gist of it. We want to extend a most urgent request to all of our people to be present at sf H- S. remains of H. S. Happer were to Millersburg on the noon train by the family and A. B. K. W. Gas H. C. B. A. M. W. J. W. Barkey and C F. members df the K. of P. Lodge of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mi. and Mrs. F. M Rev. Mr. and Mrs C. S Miss Carrie Cloy Louis F. B. C. A. Beck and H. C Millersburg the services were in charge of May IC of of which the deceased was a charter following which interment was made in the family iot in Oak Kiil following people were present at the Mrs. M. of Walter S. and Margaret of H L. Happer of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Mr. and Mrs. John of Mr. and Mrs. father and mother of Mrs. H. S. Mr. and Mrs J. E of Mr. and Mrs. 1*1. Hurst and con of and Mrs. C. S. Mr. Mrs. Cloy S. Jacob and and sons and of and Miss of has returned to the J. C. Stall after an absence of several weeks visiting Studer and family were Sunday guests of his Rudy Studer and at John is confined to bed with a severe attack of muscular Dr. Irvin of Orrville is her attending and Mrs. Sam. Fischer and daughter Ada of Georgetown spent last Sunday at the John Santsche home at this Mary Gift of is spending the week in the Stoll and family of were guests of his John Stoill and family last Ober and Orton Hackett of near called on friends at this place LANDLADY PASSES AWAY S. P. Kieffer and of Honor S. and of A number other friends and relatives also came to the city to pay their last The brief G. A. Canal regular services will be held unci i 1 5 1 17 30 and 10 a. vice at the Chapel was by E. D. NEWS 25 YEARS MEETINGS Rev. Harvey S. Stoner is conducting a I series of meetings in the Salem 3 miles south of Dalton Meetings begin at 7:00 p sun Great crowds are attending and much interest is shown by everyone We invite all to take advantage of this Work Among All the Churches a Resident of B. J. who departed from labors this field as pastor of the M. E. and highly commended for the excellent service rendered .to his own and for the Interest shown in the work of other Was tendered the following preamble and resolutions by the Ministerial Association of view of the departure of the In of the departure of the Rev. B. J. retiring of the M. E. we desire to express our high appreciation of work anid We recognize In Mr. Mills a Christian His work in his own church has been of a high affection divided between the fair work with Ora Gerig as in Oct. 9, young carp were D. Sugai creek a few days School at 9 a. m. S. P. Shibler of Smithville home from Harvest service - 110:30. the how George and Levi of They visited with and decoration in harmony town Allow the Goodness Stella Gailey left for draw you to attend these to resume her duties in p. Mary's Seminary at 7:00 in Milton or ship was all safely housed and is Always glad to have you worship with the best ever raised in the A cordial welcome is broke a pane of glass Davidson's shoe store at Mrs. Mary of and stole four visiting at the home of her lying in the north of has liis | Our school has begun its In substantial has ever been interested in larger work of all the churches ready fellowship and co-operate In any way In the interest of This interest has extended to the life and growth of the has been a good We him cordially to the brethren with whom he shall have future fellowship wish for him and his estimable family Gad's abundant blessing in their life and that a copy these resolutions be given to the for publication and a copy handed to Mr. Ministerial IS NOT A is not a Still its ito than half the of Ohio will increase It is the one material which can applied to the land to correct acid most which have resulted from many years of continuous form of lime to the when ibo apply it and why are ably by Prof. M. A. of the College of Ohio State in a new Extension bulletin on the is done principally for the purpose of increasing the clover declares Professor effect is well illustrated by the experience of large number of Of late years their meadows and pastures have in many a They have failed in getting them to grow clover and timothy as in former They prepare the land the best they know manure and fertilize and sow moire seed than they did years The clover and timothy germinate and make a start but as. the months pass along the seeding becomes weeds taking the place of clover and But same of these men have purchased lime and applied it to their soil at some convenient time to the as were preparing their seed bed for corn or These grain crona may not have that boy that arrived at Mrs. E. E. Holser spent several residence last with her Mr. and Speilman is the He exhibited one Fisher and Mrs Hilty of week that weighed 2 1-2 and Mrs. Joe were entertained at dinner moved his Yoder from Nappanee to this Hartzler was a visitor at where he will practice his home last Speaks German and and Mrs and were in Wooster last who has been absent from home all trav I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leichty and eling with s daughter Clara and and Mrs. J. turned Wenger were entertained at fire department reported the Joe home Friday cistern north side of school Master Ivan King and building was under course of con- Orpha King attended the fair at on Wednesday and the well known Fike of near was J for a few S. nee was born in Conestoga Lancaster Nov. 26, 1845, died at Smithville Wayne Sept. 24, 1913, aged 67 9 months 28 ailment was multiple Spinal The origin of her nerve trouble was a shock received as she learned of the misfortune of her sou who fell in the hands of a few over six years This was hastened on by a broken nineteen months disease is one of the most painful and distressing of but in her agonizing pains she clung to her seemingly losing sight of all At last apparently asleep she passed y without a struggle in the presence of her two oldest death having come without their noticing what had taken place for a Tew moments was the mother of nine three daughters dying in infancy There remains to mourn her departure her Samuel B. three Mrs. A. C. Mrs. J Hostetler and Lizzie at three sons John and Allan with their also one brother C. S. and one Mrs J. Hoover with their companions and a host of friends and acquaintances which were highly esteemed by and in turn loved by was converted forty years and united with the Brethern in Christ Her Christian life was always a devoted and consequently she will be greatly Brother John H. Smith and W. J. Myers the services speaking from Rev 22:14, and Mark 14:8, scriptures selected by services were largely attended and indeed a solemn Peter Eyerly Was Many Years Connected With The Hotel Peter Everly died hor home on South Main street Wednesday at 12:45 o'clock p. m. She was within a few days of four score three years of Mother Everly had been enjoying fairly good up to a week ago when she suddenly took to bed and despite all efforts to restore she gradually grew weaker until the sleeping away without a at the age of 11 months and 22 Everly and husband came to Orrville in 1871 and resided for a short time in a frame building situated where the depot now A few years later they the 1C engaged in the hotel New were to the structure as the trade Mrs. Eyerly had gained for herself a wide reputation among the transient trade as an efficient landlady and it was only because of declining years tihey were compelled to dispose of the hotel business in 1896, after continuing successfully for 23 The National then had 44 rooms which were constantly occupied by the Jano Boles born Oct. 17, 1830, and united in marriage to Mr. Peter Everly in Ripley Holmes April 25, 1856. To this union were born five children three girls and two One girl and the two boys have preceded the mother in Besides the who two Mrs. Maggie Ferrenbaugh at and Mrs. Catharine of one Mrs. Ellen of North Baltimore and two John of and E. G. of are left to mourn her funeral services will be held from the home on Sonth Main street Saturday afternoon at one o'clock p. conducted by Rev. T. L. pastor of the Presbyterian Rev. L. former pastor now of will assist in the Interment in. Crown Hill C. IV Will W. C. P. club will meet at the home of Maud ort Tuesday p. Oct. T 4th. Will Delta Alpha's will hold a meeting at the home of Miss Gertrude Thompson on South Vine Monday Oct. i 3th. Will Circle of Lutheran church will meet at home of Mrs. H. Me ton 1212 West Market Oct. 16, at two o'clock with Mrs. Frank Hall and Mrs. Frank Wolfe assistant BOUT do our own dry cleaning and guarantee all our Gem Dry Cleaning Co. 213 N. Main St. Phone 265 will be initiated into the mysteries of on next Friday A full attendance is make it a point to be at this W. H. Venerable visit with her sister near Miss Sina Bricker spent this week Mrs Leichty and at the guest of Miss Clara visited at the Jacob Conrad home Thursday Pennsylvania company has equipped one of its LUTHERAN CONFERENCE trains the New Westinghouse Conference of the freight air The train makes s 0 , d ohio will hold its a fast run between in St. Michael's The old reliable I Lutheran two miles always beginning of expense appear in Monday Oct. 13, at 7:00 p. cil proceedings as H. Blank The conference sermon will be enhorn lamp chimneys preached om Monday evening and Harve the Holy Communion will be cele ing and J. B. at this On Tuesday street Henry and Wednesday be D. J. acted the business of lamp chimneys and together with the presentation of Receipts by the mayor for and discussion of Ses less 25 per sions begin at 9:00 m. and 1:00 Them great trouble with those of us that rob Peter to pay Paul is that we don't pay That time I get up to try to make a speech I can feel my knees knocking If your legs bent as mine instead of bending you wouldn't have any of that Missionary Home Missionary society held their regular meeting Oct. 7, at the home of Mrs. P. M. n v. 1li-ttCndCt'l were the Mexican Children and their Wednesday club was most delightfully entertained October 8th at the home of Mrs. J. E. Current events were Mrs. A. A. Brooks and Miss Nelle Snyder gave several piano and vocal The guests were Mesdames Kinney and Needle work was greatly enjoyed by all after which dainty refreshments were CENTS A People wedding which occurred Wednesday evening which will be of muchi interest to their relatives and friends was that of Miss Kornhaus of this place and Wade of The young people were quietly united at the Presbyterian church in Dalton by Rev. J. B. After the ceremony they left for a week's honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls and other points in Northern Congratulations are extended OF m. Tuesday evening there will be an address on At 7:00 p. m. Wednesday Oct. 15th, conference closes by divine Everybody is invited to come and compliances with an Act of Congress | services passed August 24, 1912, compelling all to publish the names and I fail to be out for both addresses of the manager and all services Sunday at the Reformed persons 1 percent or of the Courier Publishing Co. makes affidavit to the 0r | s. B. Longenecker and Family wish Publishing Co. expression of thanks to A many friends and for the affected by the the D. kindness shown the thing they wwa Fred O. j death of clover and they got SWorn to and subscribed me this I dear We of may be by of 1913. Ithde expressed College of N. L. Notary ' I these few Most State Sly commission expires Oct lj 1914. 1 Fatsb^. His trio of professional were in a cozy corner of the ' spinning Brown had just told a most unbelievable and the other two glanced at each other I assure said I hadn't seen it myself I shouldn't have believed said one of the two doubtful must remember old that we didn't see Woman's Sole Japan man is the master and if not the his inferior There is an old precept much quoted in the land of the must obey her father when she is a her husband when she is her son when she is a and although the time has gone when the Japanese male declared has no she is a long way from Everything is having its The South and the West have their Corn the Pacific Coast its Floral Colorado its Melon the state of Washington its Apple and California its Prune The Canners have had a Week and now the oystermen are proposing to hold in an Oyster Good We have been in such a time misunderstandings and we have listened so long to those who think that every drop of ever bit of food and every taste of candy has its perils to the that we are in a state of fear and oyster has suffered with Now it is to have its or rather its Of all the strengthening and easily digested foods the oyster ranks broiled served in any way froim the half shell to the chafing no greater delicacy appears on the tables of our In other Countries it is reserved for because of its high Here it is one of the cheapest of our We are glad we are to have an Oyster It is. a good thing not only for the oyster but for the American people who ore the greatest consumers of oysters in all the Let the people Let the oyster Oyster Shipping Probably the greatest change in the oyster second only to the modern method of cultivation by artificial means in far removed from all danger of sewage is in the method of packing and oysters were shipped with ice directly upon the melting and diluting the after the oysters have been shucked and carefully they are put into sealed and ice packed No or other preservative is The result the oysters reach their no matter how far in perfect Oysters Are Oysters obtain food by drawing in then ejecting retaining the microscopic plants or vegetable formations it This is a true filtering process and the oyster is so particular about the food that anything unfit is spewed The flavor of an oyster depends upon its If a Rockaway oyster is transferred to the Cotuit beds it will in three the Cotuit The shades of oysters vary with the localities where they flavor oi oysters is affected more or less by the locality in which they have those from certain regions being regarded ass of very superior The season of the year affects the market value of although it is noticeable that as methods of transportation and preservation the oyster season becomes all foods probably show less waste than any in there is no even the shells are valuable as chicken in as fertilizer and as the raw material out of which are to say nothing of the pearls they it is as an article of food that the oyster Having practically same food value as it is even moire easily digested and aoi pert of Owing to the improved methods of packing and an is being put into every month oi the for it is now possible to enjoy oysters m almost In the East they of C. T. W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Auble Monday Oct. 6th. The opening exercises were conducted by the president and the minutes of the previous meeting were Roll was then after which plans were made to distribute Papers were read by Mrs. Felger and Mrs. After Hie benediction tlie meeting was adjourned to meet with Mrs. Belford Monday Nov. 3, 1913. while working on the section for the W. L. E. last had right foot injured by a railroad tie falling on it tearing the J. r. Haney was summoned and rendered medical W. H. Hubbell was re-elected state clerk of the Synod of Ohio at Detroit last week for a period of four United Presbyterian Sunday school elected the following delegates to the County School convention to be beld in West Salem Oct 21-22: C. E. Mae Blanch others will go to the convention from The Presbyterian school elected H. B. Peter Kurzen and Cora The Methodist school will elect delegates this coming School Board has appointed C. L. Wingert to fill out the unexpired term of Adam Sauders on the Mr. Wingert is well qualified for the B. Jameson made a trip to Cleveland has one more automobile accident to add to its It surely will be time that we learn to run auto decently on paved roads Remember that if you do not value your some of the other occupants of the road Homan moved his to Schultz laid a fine new cement walk in front of his property on Main already planning for a big time on Hallowe'en while the women see imaginary vision and queer noises in the The sight of a black cat sitting near a broom in the evening we cause the hair of any woman to stand on end for a J. Kelly of New member of Muskingum college and who won prominence as orator when a student in college a few years will preach in the United Presbyterian church Sunday morning and of has been visiting her Mrs. T. E. McDowell this H. S. the of is conducting revival services in the Salem Mennonite church south of He is preaching to large audiences every Missionary Society of the U P. church met at the parsonage Thursday Hershey was in Akron over the guest of a Farewell Tuesday Sept. 1913, a reception was given at the M. E. church in honor oi Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Mills who will leave Monday for McConn ells vile where Rev. Mills will take Up his work ini A good social time was spent and many beautiful piano solos were Almost two hundred people were Fine refreshments were served and Mrs. Mills was presented with some very nice table linen from Mrs. Buckley's Sunday School class to which she Rev. Mills received a beautiful leather rocking chair from his Sunday School class All departed bidding them be satisfied with just ordinary get the get TABLE No. 19 of the Reformed church will hold a pastry sale at Stansbury store Saturday Art of Atchison girl who spends much of her time visiting has made a study of the art ana is a very successful One of the first things she does upon arriving is to call her hostess and family Into her room and exhibit every rag she She empties trays and trunks to the She says it saves her hostess the trouble of snooping among her things when she is Atchison Real cane sugar solution injected directly into the blood is apparently unfit for for it is eliminated by the kidneys The real value of sugar seems to be that the carbon obtained from its disintegration is available for forming the gas known as carbureted hydrogen or which seems indispensable to the growth and respiratory processes of all living Food Worth of after invention came out he visited and with a latter of introduction ceiled upon medical officer to the Bank of New writes a correspondent of the London found the family in distress at the death of the infant Galvani asked to be allowed to try his the child revived and was christened Galvani His father was a cousin of of must we always be careful to keep our homes clean and Little company may walk in at any OF wish to extend our thanks to the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us in the sickness and death of our and Mrs. J. J. OF MRS. aged 77, former resident of died at her home in after a brief illness of but ten Pneumonia the cause of her was a regular attendant at church had formed large circle of friends during her four in Three Mrs. Floy of Mrs. Amna Land Mrs. Minnie of and two James and Edward of latter and his wife attended the funeral of Court cases to be heard next week before Judge Weygandt are as Oct. 13Mixtions and Oct. 14No. 21284, Rife vs. in the matter of the vacation of Elm Oct. 15No. 24069, vs. The Standard Sand Machine No. 24192, Quinby vs. The City of Oct. 16No. 24238, Dilgard vs. No. 24245, Taggart vs. Oct. 17No. 24271, Craig vs. No. 24272, Oiler vs. Oct. 18-No. 24250, vs. No. 24885, Poulson vs. No. 24299, Brenneman vs. No. 24304, Myers vs. Divorce cases not ready for trial on day assigned will be Retribution of Two other Flower Girl and the Maid of the Two other Trail of in two Two other forget that we play Wooster Friday and expect everyone to come to the We will put up a much better game having had practice all week with the new Mr. from The High School wants to make foot ball pay for itself at so everybody turn out and show them you're FOR under this head will be published at the rate of 5c per line the first insertion and 3c per line each insertion No charge less than 10c on South Main St Price very reasonable if sold at Mrs. Mary S. child's turquoise with notify Mrs. P. G. new for The Orrville Milling 2 large Moore's heating John pair ul also one large work T O. Phone OF wish to thank all For Salk Bay the loudness and sympathy 1 Inquire F. C. Hall tailor also for the flowers and during the illness d eat 111 of my vk ' I H. S.