Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Orrville, Ohio Is to do yoar Job work at 21 ORRVILLB, OCTOBER 31,1913. A im Tlie Warnes Law For Purpose Of Defeating Appraisers Will ' Be Appointed by a County Tax will ibe no om the and tax lawe earning election on Nov. 4th. The count Wednesday a. of Graves in his action of out these because of alleged wholesale In securing signatures to the petitions circulated their The also eliminated the possibility of a referendum on the Green workmen's compensation The court voted 5 in of sustaining Judge being the In tiie of the Supreme court today closing of a long and bitter fight the etate and the Ohio Baulty which made a special effort to defeat all three passed by the last by securing a referendum against them and lining up the whole scheme of personal property taxation is to be by the of the law thiat became effective automatically with the decision of the That law reverses the present that of personal property shall make his own in his It provides for the state doing the ' oi fixing values on personal ithe same as on The Warnes law appointive assessors named by the governor in place of abolishes eliminates city boards of review and centers the taxing in the of the state tax The coat of the appraisement in the state in 1910 was divides the state Into taxing districts boundaries the same as All counties with more 65,000 population will have two state tax will be known as assessors and must be of opposite All other counties will have one tax question of placing of appraisers and assessors on the ballot foir Nov. 4th, has not been fully decided as Some counties will elect as heretofore regardless of the decision and further O. Culture class held regular at the home of Ben Onr street Monday Business were transacted which a social hour was were and S. W. Jackson entertained on Wednesday to a six o'clock guests were Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Beard and daughter Mr. and Mra J. S. Weaver Mr. Mrs. J. W. and Mr. and Mrs. Woirth MAN STINGS ARTICLE IN RECENT DALTON Thirteen her home Tuesday Oct. 28th, Miss Edith Schrantz most the Lucky Thirteen The evening was passed in and The house was nicely decorated with Hallowe'en A nifty lunch was served all departed for their at a late hour after enjoying a splendid Minister Charles S. of and Miss of were by Rev. D. Heron at the parsonage of the church iat on Wednesday at 11 Mr. and left on the D. C. After a week's trip through the east they will return to Caldwell where they will make their BAND WILL TO WOOSTER Weather Causes Citizens To Drop the to Send Big movement started among of citizens procuring the to head a procession from this place to ithe Lincoln Highway Celebration at Wooster was dropped noon when the weather conditions were most disagreeable and pointed to a of the same for a few days Had there been any doubt as to whether the band would for tlhe eion or the latter would prevailed on Thursday morning whe the first real of the season fell the and it was a wet snow at of closing the town's business manufacturing public of faces and In fact everybody spoke encouragingly towards making the event a The time was short for making even Wooster was some tall hustling toi prepare the program that will be pulled off from a celebration of of the Lincoln Highway route was not until a little late in the season because the uncertainty of ' Had the decision beAi made a month earlier the county seat would have had some big on the that the weather man will show up a big crowd is expected In Wooster on Lincoln Highway Many from here will go the It was estimated that 400 would have been conveyed in automobiles from here and at that many by rail had the weather and roads been Industry and Declares Kansas Some Bee week's paper I a little article on the bee industry out In that some folks not being acquainted with the enormous bee business that might think Now I hare been all through the west and southwest states and territories and am pretty well posted the extent of the bee business In those therefore I don't question the truth and of the story or the but our correspondent whoever he may is way behind the times and evidently has been away from the alfalfa fields for some you must read up to the time for bees to walk home when they are unable to fly with their is FACTORY NOW OWNS TELEPHONE of Industry and Company Paid the and Got Deed r. Monday factory now owns the Telephone building the deed having been transferred on Monday of Industry paid Us and the deal was That was the date set for transEer and when the must be met. The Board of Industry had collected in subscriptions from our loyal the for the time was borrowed so as to be able to meet prompt A few hundred beside what has been paid has been subscribed and but the Board committees saw the necessity of the short time There are a host of and donations In waiting for the but some time to make a Away down in Southern Texas is a | canvas for funds when the town by the name of of such takes its name from the wonderful The promised of tuait as io give to those who are as the remarkable intelligence of town's who are not the bees - They got te in position to contribute raising so much alfalfa that the an opportunity to help along in the bees found lit impossible to take matter of raising funds for Care of the supply of so The soliciting committees wUl went on a con- new their efforts in line of and through their committee Ing sufficient money to meet the ways and demanded auto- ligation which must be met within mobiles them toi and from a stipulated their They agreed to for the half they gather and load the when the driver goes unloads and comes bade for the bees and their share honey in the The queen bees and of always go along but they stay in the autoe and Mrs. H. P. Shantz entertained his Sunday School class and other numbering in all nearly at their home on North Main Wednesday to a pleasant Hallowe'en A marshmallow contests and music by the King orchestra and a beautiful piano solo rendered toy Mrs. Mclntyre were ithe lug's A delicious Hallowe'en supper was All having had a lively time and to meet again Nov. 7 at the H. J. A. to O. K. O. the benefit of the lof L. A. to O. R. C. entertained a five o'clock chicken dinner at the home of Mrs. B. North Main ion Oct. 29th. The decorations were in with Hallowe'en and a very enjoyable afternoon was persons responded to the at which all did The gueste were Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Mrs. Shannon GLASS ENTERTAINMENT IS GIVEN TO LARGE large and appreciative audience attended the musicale in the new Odd Temple Tuesday The program from beginning to end was full of the highest class C. K. the popular baritone in his inimitable sang several and was His rich baritone voice captivated the audience and won for him many Mr. the gave three readings and was called upon for The violin solos by H. H. Young and solos by P. J. were well executed and hearty A. C. as and in his rendition of the Alpine Stoi m showed his musical It is hoped that these artists may favor us with another musical in the near and Onco tho Glory of the Medici In the garden at eight pr tea miles hom around in the having there still crouches the monster in a good time while the stone and stucco called the This arrangement worked very well for a but I see now they are having trouble The bees recently discovered an sailing the an idea struck them right a w they are kicking for flying spec men of its style and a machines and they will no get i reminder of Its existence is just as of course that will meani Its If would be added expense but just think what 100 say the a of The machine will height of St. Paul's At once the glory of the famous Medici Some sixty or years ago the statue was more talked but nowadays it appears that few folk know or care for such from one field to just raise a window and each particular squad for the place will roll The machine will be supplied with elevators worked with pulleys to raise the bees with their Mr. Kansas Bee Man gives his story away by saying that it takes up anuch time to keep feet in condition to walk that one can enter into rustic grottoes built into Its and from underneath tiie halr of the head a cascade may be made to flow forth at will over the of the a sparkling in the the oi dl who schemed this Topics and General News of Local Religious CHURCH residence 223 Ella street Sabbath school meets at 9:16. Regular morning worship at 10:30. The Young Devotional Service at e. Heavenly Service at 7:00 Theme of discourse or cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services and share with us iu ibe blessings of the W. GILGEN WHO an Address at a Board Meeting in following article la clipped from Vindicator of Oct. 24th, which peculiar custom among tho to C. W. who recently toured Germany and Is that invariably they will give distances in time Instead of Instead of saying it is so many miles to a certain they say It is or meaning one hour or one of the towns of Germany Mr. GUgen inquired at a barber shop the distance to another was the answer Mr. Gilgen then undertook to inform the native how distance is calculated -in use the English mile in our he this Is i L E SaM. WHI End In flit of 1914 Court Decision WiO Stye Control of Road Back to of the Lake Railroad will be taken out of the hands of W. M. receiver of the road for the past two and vested in the to the decision handed down by Judge L. Day late says Wednesday's hearing of the case started by the Central Trust New York aa trustee for the Eastern has been OP CHRIST Bible School 9:00 a. service 10:30 a. m. Evening service 7:00 p. aim is 2f'0 in the Bible school by the new Our motto still is bring cordially invite you to all these services and we assure you a hearty F. L. Fightmaster will fill the Come and get acquainted with an Gilgen told him a mile Is 5,280 A customer who being the court's decree will terminate officially the receivership early In the valued and asked him a foot is. Mr. Gilgen left was i j ana trying of the show the other who was equally as ignorant on the at This matter was brought out this was the of the so-called Brewster Morten ing the distance from to through Wayne and talk to the local credit providing for increased men at their meeting last Thursday shop repair facilities at the new Many points that are not Brewster and paying the business In 1569. employed the best to invest in or available for the setting of it about a business that and we are The fact of the abnormal size led to some losing all sense of Richard of Alice Piper of Brink does where they use modern appliances and attend strictly to scime more about bees a very pleasant surprise was given Mrs. W. oh Tuesday when a good number of heir staunch friends of the Christian church met at her home on Spink Atter enjoying the general warmth of the open grate and in social with one we were called to Orr was presented with one dozen beautiful teaspoons by Mrs. MoUle Christine In her pleasant in which mention was made of the appreciation we had for the service she had rendered im the during the seven years oi her stay among hoping that success might them in their future The hour departure came all too we all felt that it was good to but Light Surgeon of in three Forest two do our own dry cleaning and all our Gem Dry Cleaning Co. 213 Main St. Phone 2& Enters Home of Former message to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harbridge Wednesday announced that death had entered the home of their Mr. and Mrs. John G. at Tuesday and called their John George aged 11 The little one had been ill for several days and was not The funeral was held privately this Thursday afternoon at 2 Interment took place in the new at Ruttman at one time resided here and was then wedded to Alice now hair is is falling or if your scalp you are afflicted with Oaai C. Sage to end these or money 50 IS WILLIAM man of possibly 50 3rears, weight 250 and 5 feet 9 inches was found dead along the Pennsylvania Ry. tracks early this morning at Pa. On his person was found mail postmarked O. He was well dressed and in of an umbrella menders but every indication pointed to a man in fair Had sandy ESTATE S. Saunders to L. I. in H. to property in F. McGill and wife to Jos. and property in to D. in T. Jones to The New Wooster property In M. Boyd to Viva M. property in to Andersoin property in Chocolates aire the best chocolates For sale at Jones Soma per cent Digester The cheapest protein feed for Send me Asa R. D. No. 1. 18tt 3ni, our hardware wlU close each .at 6 m J. and being rendered for nary one of fosing his reason as a consequence of helping fo the The audacity of the conception Is Eliza 5 worthy of the great trained under the eye of hesitated at knowing that i the Medici was nt his back and has designated when a daring CHURCH M. D. Sunday School at 9 a. m. S. P. 10:30 Reformation under Luther League 6 p. m. 7:(10 Just Living by Philip Shall roused by his trumpet the church from her He broke the yoke of papal he reconquered Christian he reopened the fountain of God's holy word to all the people and directed the Christian to their only This is a crowning be pleased to have you worship with won't tell it unless I have PROCLAMATION Nov. 27th, as famous boy Bernardo seems in his day to has been onr long respected the Admirable as a people to turn In praise thanksgiving to Almighty and much his manifold mercies and to us as a The been marked in a a Pain says a woman who and beneficent morphine flend and then saved have not only had peace not give It our borders and with the This is Its Ultimate the but that peace The pleasure it Is brightened by constantly to produce is a mere evidences of genuine The of mutual sympathy and and of the happy does not ideal and of nation has been not as tnat De in but proved its as tall as the to take calm counsel is a pain Morphine rapid movement of affairs nerve It weakens the with its own life In a spirit disrupts the foundations of righteousness and We have seen the practical of a great work at the Isthmus of which not only the nation's abundant an you ever placed yourself accomplish what It and the the hands of a beauty Mrs. distinguished skill and of do you ask me husband wants me to go at 1 have been taking regular treatments from one for the public but also promises the beginning of a new of new new neighborhoods new new bonds and new achievements of co-operation and exalteth a and on good will furnish the only be -San 1 upon which can be built the lasting achievements of the human I think I'll not It seems and Light see by this TT that our baker was fined lightweight loaves of heneby do of November I'm glad of it The next as a day of Thanksgiving so hard to Only and invite the yesterday you were complaining that the land to cease from the bread I baked was too their wanted and in their Kansas City several homes and places worship render thanks to Almighty the W. J. Electric Cba win ihe room by 160 the Right you are looking for that which is best men and women with whom you ln if you are seeking also to that which is best In if you are looking for help you to know yourself as snw aje and to fulfil yourself as you to if you are looking for a love which shall not be a dream and photograph flatters commented the eanest young it Is more polite than yow replied the indignant Buffalo OF DAVIDSON at one time employed at the Adams Express office and agent of the company at died at his home in Alliance of Bright's The funeral was held at Alliance Mr. who was a brother of the late Charles had been a sufferer for many months with that fatal but up to five ago had continued in his employment as clerk In the Adams Express office in Deceased is survived by his wife and four The father and two brothers have preceded him in death from the same Mr. was a middle aged man an had Mends among the railway known were mentioned and the was most and Mrs. Gilgen arrived In Bremen Harbor June 21st, the longest day of the It was so light that Mr. Gilgen sat the deck of the boat and read a newspaper at 10 o'clock that fiirst thing that impresses the tourist he said is the beauty of the railway They are surrounded by beautiful well-kept and the buildings contain every In marked contrast to this is the poor service on German fools and princes ride first is an old and the rank and file of the population generally ride third class in thing hard for American tourists in Germany to become reconciled he Is the constant presence of soldiers In every town and The men are kept on the move drilling and marching and the military atmosphere that Germans live in is freshened and stirred by the tramping of the soldiers who shake the earth with their heavy American soldiers merely move their feet up and down a few Inches when keeping but the German soldiers are taught to make a full leg though they were marching through mud knee When a thousand or so of these men march through a town the earth Mr. Gilgen and the effect is most Germany with an area one-third less than that of but containing 21 times the number of maintains a standing army of 800,000 This on the mortgages and In the same gave Receiver Duncan authority to issue more receiver's certificates to the amount of these to be all liquidated by the time the receivership this amount wiU be used to repair the numerous bridges that were damaged by the last in other bridges which have showed signs of in reconstructing car in laying heavier rails and the buying of iin rebuilding the and freight stations at In making the Cleveland Belt Line where the Wheeling Lake Brie connects with the Big and in constructing a new general office at the new Brewster the of these improvements the stockholders feel satisfied the road will again resume the prosperity that attended it before the and put an end to the legal of the past five of date of the Wooster District Conference at has been changed from Nov. 3-4 to Nov. 5 and 6. No. 518 which leaves here at 9:20 a. will stop at Applecreek on Wednesday and Nov. 5-6. train No. 503, arring here at 3:50 p. will also stop on the 5th and 6th, for the of those who wish to attend the Oscar now a class in almost foolish to some but when it or etc. For remembered that Germany's old 202Z. 20-1 on the Frank Johnston will examine eyes at the Hurd House 21 In the fraternal degree will be done on this Friday We desire every neighbor be W. H. Venerable W. W. and second hand 1 will sell the balance of my stock at a smiall J. Schromen 2t Chocolates make a good with your Best For sale by W. E. Jomes every Monday and 87 Table Belie 1 35 per 1 25 per 27 00a 25 00a per 24 00a 38 1 85 Seed 1 75a 70a 60 22a 32 10a 14a 10a word of pure and the best W. E. Jones 2-2 TO THE the south and little Switzerland on her none too amid eager to step in at the slightest madV then the German idea of a large army is carried Kept Clean The significance of the streets a seen among the hills of Holmes In most German towns Is most no- county during the soon brought Mr. Gilgen bought some that a wild cherries as large as plums and discovered with along the street In one of tic and now comes one from the towns he threw the stones into Brink in Knox that a the He noticed that believed to be a else was doing it. He then has escaped from some took particular notice of the was seen near that place several times he but it was so it eluded one could spread a table cloth on men and hounds and disappeared down the road and serve a lunch with the river The animal which is perfect feet in height and about sis called the it is said appeared among the of is quite the opposite on the Adam Wolfe the clean but even ing the cows and frightening them ns are taken to keep the When men and dogs appeared it ' streets as clean as away across the taking Gilgen handed out a little highest fences with ease and advice the fellow hefe all by its of It is grayish aad said If the tourist expects to in color and has small make any purchases in But for the wolf chase and its final many should be last country one year Wayne County because there things are wonld have reason to be envious of its much than In neighboring for silks were sold for less than in this OAI P but wool goods are a P r III Other commodities too arej I i MWm he Scenery In Switzerland the under this head be of at the rate of 5c per line the Mr. Gilgen brought back and 3c per line each memories of scenery that wUl stay No him he you give them a good Look for Fat take your word for SERVICES The celebration of the will be held at St. of but a true Evangelical Lutheran church and a inspiration to | 2, at 10 a. m. A class of all nobility of you are nine wUl be confirmed at on the He doth not lack an youth la in his STOCK October 30. 1913, Market supply AH are urged ibo be The public are also invited td attend this be lield the Saturday at 2 p. m. Rev. S. D. 13,00 to 1,400 8 50a 75 1,200 to 1,300 8 00a 8 40 1,100 to 1,200 7 40a 7 45 7 25a 7 60 4 50a 7 25 3 50a 7 00 5 00a 7 76 60 00a 85 00 8 50a - should hear Ralph the at Crushed I haU 3i4. 21 Try W. of lies 60 8 25 8 25 and heavy Yorkers 8 00a 8 00a AND Supply Prime 4 76a 90 4(k 4 6 and 3 75a 4 25 U U 60 or men to canvas for the the wizard of the Sells on its U. of the little towns visited are situated in the lake region and with the jagged Alps towering into the heavens for a The are and indescribable 2S> North St. Call and at one place where the famous and 7:30 p. 21 Jungfrau mountain with its cap of snoiw rises a spell comes the so impressive and wonderful is the the left of the Jungfrau is a peak standing a silent On the right in startling contrast is a mcire massive with varicolored looming up like a sun splashed thunder the two and juat watch fob with monogram Sl If leave at Courier 21 stand apple mil buy all your George's furnished light Call 303 air tight good as Call at Mo sinks and shooting its dying rays into the clear Swiss im kaleidoscopic rugged mountian lower the golden orb drops a veil of like a canopy over fret and fuss and Ott Ask yoor table 1. 1 H.