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Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Orrville, Ohio is tue Best way to reach ALL the people in or near 26. ORRVILLE, NOVEMBER 18,1913. Cents a SURVEY DAY Befitting Manner at the High School and Town Session Brings Many to the is Crowded at OF MRS. INDIANA From Here Attend Funeral at Bethel Rebecca Ulrich died at the home of her John south of Thursday morning about 5 following several months sickness during which time she suffered three strokes of town hall auditorium was During this time she was fairly well occupied on Friday very bearing her when citizens gathered to School Survey Day in compliance with the proclamation issued Governor w Prof. in announcing the spoke of the successful meeting ait the High School In the which was also well The chairman then introduced Mayor who was pleased to see ao many present on this The Mayor concluded by reading the Governor's proclamation as issued on Oct. 25ith to the principals and teachers oi The program further consisted of violin solo by Banr croit with Miss Flora Kinney piano Misses Anna McCarthy and Genevieve Short talks by Rev. H. C. Dr. and B. B. president of Board of piano by Nellie Winkler and Carrol Gaver were liberally of the Wooster who needs vary to was the principal speaker of tiho Prof. Dickason outlined the work as intended should be brought as the result of the School Survey Day gatherings over the state of thought should turn back to the little country school said the well known Prof. Dickason strongly eulogized former A. H. and the present Prof. W. W. Borden and their instructors efficiency in conducting the public get better results at the University from scholars than we do from cities where iit coats three as much to bring them to the college said new Constitution that shall be made by for the and control of the public school system of the State supported by public etc. In the Governor's message to the General Assembly at its first following the adoption of the new the suggestion was made that a survey precede legislative enactment on the The opinion was expressed that there were disorder and incongruity - in our archaic school and that it would be useless to attempt to make laws intelligently and efficiently without first having the most comprehensive appreciation of the conditions Legislature acted promptly and effectively and a commission of three was appointed to the work of The proclamation called for a light in every school house in Ohio on 14ith time delegates from every school should be chosen to attend the Educational Congress ait Columbus Dec. 5-6. The policy grew out of the apparent need of a thorough awakening in the In his Governor the report of the survey has not been officially submitted I am sufficiently familiar with the work to that conditions within the State are woefully lacking in the modern elements of educational and community There seams no question but what the trend from the country to the cities is due in considerable part to the decline of the rural school Let it he understood that this is no reflection on the citizens of the farm The normal evolutions of civilization have brought social changes which the local township and school subdivisions could not adjust to Hinder the statutory anid constitutional provisions of the E. president the local Board of announced at least one delegate should be chosen to attend the Columbus meeting to formulate plans to present to the coming Borden was nominated and unanimously elected by the audience. It was suggested that was entitled to at two gates whereupon the name of President Clark was supported by all The funeral services were held at last Sunday Rev. of having them in and the were laid to rest in the cemetery Swigart was bom in Lancaster May 7, 1831, and departed this life on Nov. 6th, 1913, at the advanced age of 82 5 months and 29 When but a she with the family moved to where she grew to She was united in marriage to McAfee and to this union seven children were Mrs. Eliza J. Mrs. Barbara of of of of and MaTy who died in When the little family was still tender in years death the father left the young widowed mother to fight life's KILLED IN PENNSY Engine Leaves Rails and Jumps Into Train Rushes by and Kills Two Men Standing in Its derailing of the engine on tho Pennsylvania lines coat the lives of three and resulted in injuries to four a hundred on the train were severely shaken and many sustained slight Passengers It. A. to the O. R. C. will entertain a party of ladies consisting of nearly belonging to the auxiliary of Friday Nov. 21st. Every member is requested be J. E. of and Rev. F. Royer were delightfully entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Club Will Nomad club meet Nov. 20, Mrs. Jon. Kapp on South Main Mrs. assistant began to sway bump Everything was thrown Into Both the smoking car and the passenger coach stayed on the the baggage coach and mail car left the tracks and were thrown crosswise of the middle accident occurred at about 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening at a point two miles west an d immediately east of the B. O. the engine and tender of train No. 52 left the they crashed down over the cutting off a telephone anid putting all the company's wires out of added the the of time a second that there are no farm houses in was solemnized and Joseph Ulrich the immediate delayed the responsibility of husband and To this union tour daughters and three sons Were Ossie Ellen and Leila Addie the former now living at and the latter dying in early Mrs. Charlotte of Amandus of Frank of Mrs. Lila of and Charles of North Ind. In March 1903, death again visited the home and claimed the leaving Grandma as she was then with many cares and to bear early life the deceased united with the Reformed church and being separated from the church of her united with the United Beside five seven forty-six sixteen greatgrandchildren and one sister -are left to cherish the memory of Grandma as she was familiarly fiom a distance ait the funeral of Mrs. Ulrich were John McAfee and Elmer Sell and Lloyd of Mrs. Ella of Mrs. Ossie of Charles of North and and Miss Lizzie oi Indiana OF ORRVILLE BOY KILLED AT PENNSY GAME annual Thanksgiving foot ball game between the Alumni and the O. H. S. promises to be a from start to Capt. Carr of the O. H. S. hopes to put his strongest line up on the he can see nothing but vie tory in sight for his The Alumni team will be somewhat handicapped by lack of practice but claim will make up for htis In Their which hag not fully decided will be a strong Most of the last year's Alumni team will be in action With feW additions they expect to wipe out the 130 defeat handed them last year ait Borden With both sides confident of victory a game while will be Let every one turn out and cheer their favorite to victory in the final game of the season which will take place Onr street See LICENSES Edward Menuez of Fredericksburg and Audit Mete al f of H. Zook of and Ila of every Sunday Kreakie Meets Untimely Death When Fast Freight Approaches killed by a freight train after alighting from the wrecked passenger west of Wooster on Thursday was an where he grew to He had been a lineman on the Pennsylvania for one year and was enroute from Loudonville to Alliance on the fatal From others we learn that Mr. Kreakie had stepped from the passenger coach and was standing near the wrecked cars when the freight was Others called to of the approaching but he did not hear the His body was bruised and showing evidences of being struck by flying portions of the wreckage as the train d through was brought to Saturday evening and taken to the home of his brother on North Main from where the funeral was held on Monday preached by H. C. Burial took place at the Martin Mennonite church southeast of aside that of his father wais killed in March 1910, while employed on the W. L E. Ry. just east of the corporation did not hear the approach ef an because of a freight passing on the Pennsylvania Railroad and was knocked from the track and instantly He was at the time working some distance from the other section men and words of also failed to reach the son labored under a premonition that something was going to happen and so expressed it to his sister a few weeks afraid of my job and fear something is going to happen to but I'm going to stick to it for a while he declared as he bade her goodbye when leaving her he had visited for a few days But it was not his hazardous that brought him to the Fred Kreakie was an honorable quiet and mannerly and a host of his boyhood friends regret his untimely He was 33 years old and Four sisters and two brothers Mrs Bertha Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Ida La vers and Miss Rosa Herman also a lineman and Arthur Kreakie of this from out of town who attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs. S A. Herr and Herman St. Mr. and Mrs W. J. of the and it was some minutes before Wooster knew what had occurred two miles C. M. of was badly scalded when the engine went down over the bank Fireman Samuel also from sustained a scalp Passengers In the train were badly shaken The passenger train was running on the third track in order to let the Manhattan limited It is said to have been trying to malto up time and ' waa running 40 miles an The third track makes a sharp turn at the trestle in order to pass under it. The freight came down on No. 1 the north Those who had already pushed their way the jumped far toll Circle will toe entertained at the home of Mrs. Jay on Nov. 19, with Mesdames R. W. F. King and L. E. Smith as assistant and Mrs. P. C. Hall gave an elaborate dinner in honor of their little daughter was seven years of The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sutton Hall and and Mrs. Frank Wolfe and daughter ED SEAS GETS Deputy State Tax for Wayne CORRESPONDENCE Will Buckley's School class will meet art tihe home of Mrs. South Friday Nov. 21st. Ou account of the supper which will be given at the M. E. church the same meeting will begin at 7:00 instead of 7:15. Friendly Circle of the Reformed church held their monthly meeting at the of Mrs. Albright West Paradise Wednesday Fifteen members responded to the roll A short business meeting was held after which the time was spent in games and social Dainity refreshments were have stopped with the above had it not been for the fact that a freight train came down the hill from the east just cut this Passengers on the train declare that through almost every immediately after the sudden began a rush for the thinking only of getting out of the A score or more jumped through the car exits and on the other Just at this moment the freight The guests were Miss Jennie I bright and Mrs. A. S. The dead and injured I next meeting will be held at of Mrs. J. D. the second Wednesday in Linen club met Friday Nov. 14th, at the home of Mrs. Karl Twelve members were S afternoon was spent in Mrs. Charles Mclntyre played several beautiful selections on the piano and Mrs. Ludwig entertained guests with several vocal down the running at a high were The guests were of a lineman for the Pennsylvania who was a passenger on the was one of the many who got off the passenger to find in the path of the He was run down and Brakeman S. P. on the stuck his head out of the engine cab and met instant one of a party of Mrs. Frank A. L. The club will meet Nov. 28th, with Mts Ed. McGill Wedding November 16, many relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Douglas met at their home on Water to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of the marriage of Harvey Douglas and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Douglas people bound for was were presented with two large leather other who was on the He rocking An elaborate dinner and sustained a dislocated i were The relatives Those on the track thought only present W P. their and while they Md John wife and from a place of safety to oine of ter Ferd Schrag and danger in leaving the they were forced to keep on the move and move fast when they saw the freight They wife and daughter Ruth of Emil Schrag of Wayne wife and Norman and Helen Schrag of Ed of them going down over the and Truman and John through snow and into Douglas and Carl S. Snyder a ditch at the side of the road Father and Mother which contained nearly four feet up in a and was at No. 4, Lambert was riding in the express He went aboard the train at W Kirkendall came up from Van Wert with a In the first Friday night to get an this badly in was thrown across the No. 1 special lot of Magnolia and wihen the speeding freight Corsets made by Norda Corset ed it was thrown from the at for only 15 days more at track by the heavy his fine was N. Barkey will hold pubic being sale of household goods at the E. taxicab man of corner Main ami High was one of the first oin Nov. 22, beginning Eyman Wyre for your Butchers 25-6 big assortment of mid-winter styles at great reduction prices never quoted at this time of the pROF. J. LAWRENCE ERB OF CHICAGO at the M. E. Church Monday Nov. 17th, under the should w Notes tof all lessons of 8 Sunday News Inas them j Admission 25 Doors open i at 7:30 p. p. m. See He was called to get doctors to the scene of the the railroad report being to the effect that many were Mr. Luce put three taxicabs into service and had eight on the scene within fifteen minutes of the time he received the The trip was made through snow-drifted roads in and mud in other Among the doctors responded Ry Knestrick and ambulance and automobiles brought the dead injured back to The bodies of the horseman and the lineman were taken to the undertaking rooms of the J. H. B. Danford while of the dead brakeman was H to the undertaking rooms of 110 0. 0. F. brothers knowing themselves to be members of the second degree team are requested to meet at the lodge hall Tuesday evening at 7 for Will confer the degree on Wednesday to Be H. guardian of the person and estate of Luther an has filed petition against A. et contesting the will of Adam Plaintiff's attorneys are Kean Adair and W. H. supplies of all Hardware Merchant Great Victory Over Four Other Edward of the hardware firm of Saturday night received the appointment of Deputy Tax Commissioner for Wayne During the campaign for this there were five candidates in the but the winner and his friends knew from the beginning that some one would have to go some to beat him in the Seas was not aware of the appointment when he started on a hunting trip Monday but a friend succeeded in locating him near a to where he was given the news by He continued the day's but others In the party confidently declare he couldn't the side of a after getting the appointment to this position is by no means a small The not to be less than in this county will possibly reach to per year and there are many connected with Under the county deputy the entire taxation matter will be there will be a board of three appointed by the Governor to receive complaints from August 1st through each will be named to start tho work by Feb. 1, 1914, and complete same by June 1st. Appraisers of real property will not begin the new appraisement until 1915 and then a new appraisement will be made every five instead of Deputy Seas will have the tu appoint deputy assessors and real estate appraisers over the entire The number will be decided on by the State Tax who will also ino the salary of such deputy assessors and appraisers of real It is said only half the number of assessors will be compared with the number to perform the The County Commissioners must furnish office rooms at the county seat and provide office appointment was made by the governor as recommended by the State Tax and goes into effect Jan. 1, 1914. The term of office expires at time of appointment a Courier congratulates Mr. who will no doubt make a splendid official and serve the advantageously in selecting his Mr. Seas has been connected in the town's business and public He has been actively connected with the well known hardware store since Is one of the Board of Industry's best served a3 chief of the fire of which he is still an active and valuable was one of the promoters of the Foundries Company which organized to retain employes of the defunct Pump and Furnace and is at present serving as a member the town Mr. Seas has been for years one of the Democratic party's active workers and well deserves the People Reply to Mayors Former Letter Which is Answered from tlie Electric and Gas Company and the Doherty owners of the and electric light com have not been and satisfactory to mayor and members of in reply to lettera pertaining to the purchase of now owned in by the foreign This fact han brought about another letter from the mayor by is put before the company in its proper and true voters of expressed themselves on this subject and the council is now merely carrying out what they were expected to procure a municipal electric light and power plant for To Mayor letter of Oct. 6 th indefinite replies were received with the that the matter would receive prompt attention and an effort at adjustment On Nov. 13th the following letter was Mr. E. P. of Village of ADDRESSED TO Far Off Vienna Puzzles Post Office Makes Inquiry to Furnishing of Electric light dare say we are not on the Inquiries pertaining to the of a municipal electric light plant are already being received by the village One lia particular came many milea and after on the part of our post the envelope and contents reached its proper It addressed An letter was mailed at on the 24th day of 1.913, and arrived hero Nov. 12 th. Postmaster Mclntyre instructed his entire force of clerks to begin an immediate search for the Probably one half of Orrville's population had been consulted before it was learned that it was addressed to the village This company will Clerk Alfred into will have some good stock to choose at his TO no hunting allowed on following Joseph Asa D. L. N. 25-6* injured fireman and express messenger were hustled hospital and after sale Nov. 21, 1913. making an found that all would Gascoigne went to his home early Friday Crease is the most seriously A message was immediately sent to his wife and she reached Wooster on She expects to remain there until her husband cam to his home at getting in touch witli other towns Roy of was along the and in a few on the freight It | utes both telephones began to ring went paat half a mile before it was inquiries from relatives and to a even after it friends of passengers on the plunged into the remains of the The third built less than press two years and weakened by C. of who was not as firm as the was oin duty at the All trains run over it were a real busy He re- run very but passengers on the first news of the j this train declare it was going pretty It was telephoned to him from the amd they think the rails block station near the Glass Works Word came from the conductor on the morning that Coroner King was called the tihe on sick of this the and the a. C. acted combers work train He ner and held an over the bad tow wires all the bodies of three regular monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs L. M. West on Thursday Leta Smith of West Salem has been the guest for a few days of her friend Miss E Ellen King came home on Wednesday and returned to Barberton on Owing to the breakdown iu health of the Rev. the pastor of the United Brethern church at that place she has accepted the pastorate for the H. P. Shantz came over from on Thursday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs. G. E. Mackey and her sister Mrs. Susan she that was Miss Susan when she dwelt in our is the guest of her brothers Elias and Stevens and their families and calling on many She hails from Brenner and wife entertained at dinner on Jos daughter Lizzie and Misses Susan Yoder and Lena H. spent Thursday here the guest of his mother Mrs. E. R. committee appointed at the Men's meeting sometime has arranged a number of subjects for the first lecture will be delivered by Rev. H. A. Shook on next Sunday at 2-o'clock, its causes and There will be special music the male chorus and a Cartwright will appear on Thanksgiving Nov. 27th, They are an expensive troupe and very highly spoken chicken dinner to be given by the Methodist is not on Thanksgiving but is on Wednesday of this Nov. 19th. 20 of our folks went over to Wooster to the show on Thursday M. W. O. telephone linemen have about completed a new line across the creek and school yard in the west end of John W. pastor of the Smithville and Union Lutheran churches a little over a year is having died at his home in where he had been pastor since after an illness of but three weeks with a carbuncle at the base of his He was born in Deventer Holland July 17, 1851, being about 62 years of He died in the presence of his entire Mrs. four sons and two one of the latter being ready for your council mi your first regular meeting to be held in It possible we will have these at an earlier We are of the that if a proposition is presented to your Honorable Body which will prove better for the interests of the Village of than the proposed bond that you will be in a position to entertain such a It is the preparation of these additional ideas which has caused the but we can assure you that they will be on hand not later than December 1st. truly A. Gen. after conferring with members of council and many citizens in regard to the above was prompted to reply at His letter Nov. 14, 1913. Mr. R. A. Gen. Electric Gas I am in receipt of your esteemed favor of the 12th and after carefully considering the contents I beg to submit the following the general tone of your letter it would appear that we have perhaps not made ourselves plain in this and you are laboring under a. wrong impression as to the the citizens of in regard to this understand that insofar as the village of is tho question of a municipal light plant to be operated in connection with our water works is a closed This question was decided by the people at the election and after they had authorized us the well nigh unanimous manner that they proceed with the work of installing a we believe that time is wasted in attempting to persuade us that we should not carry out the wishes of those who have reposed sufficient confidence in us to elect us as their representatives in carrying out their a matter concerning which we would be pleased to hear from and that proposition have you to offer whereby you will turn over your property to the village and withdraw from the doing of business in The question of having two plants in would not prove advantageous to either yourselves or to the and we hoped that there might be some amicable way in which you could be induced to aan taking the liberty of publishing your for the reason that I consider it addressed to me simply as the representative of the and I wish to keep them informed as to what is being to hear from you within the next two days with reference to the proposition mentioned I beg to truly P. the tone of the from the citizens of through its would appear that the town will soon have a plant of Us it was only fair to the foreign now operating to imburse them to the extent of ithe intrinsic value oi their holdings within the corporation of letter of Oct. Sth was toned to that effect officials had expected to receive favorable consideration from the outside As is now council will proceed as per petitions presented and result of vote on Aug. 26, 1913. the letter was master of the Situation and readily the nf For the benefit oi a we take pleasure In the letter which 24, 10, 191.3. die Export - Zeitschrift auf Ihr neues Unternehmen aufmerksam stellen wir das bei Ihres an auch unsere Firma in Konkurrenz ziehen zu deren technische Leitung in Fachleute befasst sich mit der Erzeugung von in jeder Stilart und Preislage besonders den Durch maschinelle Anlagen sowie durch Haltung eines sind wir in der bei sonst durchaus Preisen wirklich erstklassige Ware auf den Markt Diesem verdanken wir auch eine stetig Zahl von Auftragen aus dem stehen jederzeit mit Offerten und zur und Ihnen sehr wenn Sie durch Erteilung eines Auftrages von er r 111 1 one ot the latter being Mrs. | Noah J. Voder of formerly of one of the sons is Rev. W. Post of the Lutheran church at Interment was made in Chicago The exact date of his death was not given in the Lutheran Observer of Nov. 14th. H. Harter is at home from an extended visit at Chicago and points in Ladies Aid Society of the Lutheran church will hold a pastry sale at the Coulter Hotel Office on Nov. 22nd. 26-7 C. Mt. Vernon was a recent guest at the Coulter Rhoads of Creston was a visitor with friends here on new safe has been set in the front part of the after the western fashion This will hold the cash Charles Garber and Frank Miller of and Mrs. Harry of were guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Kiefer Saturday and on Main street is being set the trusses are in but not letter translated To the to your new undertaking our that by covering your requirements in also our Firm be considered in who's technical supervision lays in the hands of thorough employs itself in the production of of all and prices in particular for the Through ern arranged machinery installation also through keeping a tested we are in with competitive really to put first class wares on the This circumstance we thank our ever growing number of orders from home and foreign stand at all times at your service with free proposals and and would be under if through the placing of an order you would be convinced of our producing and furnishing Watermelon Also picture Watermelon two reel two reel 4:9," two reel Red Tape of two reel Billy's two reel 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. office practically bargain if sold Phone 81. man to work at the Zephyr Electric Organ Blowing Co. Inquire at the Schantz Organ 26 rooms formerly occupied by I. O. O. F. and K. of P. H. six octave parler in good Phone 1 short l on 241. ^ 2t> horse o years and buggy in good L. 7 years Phone 202 C. Milting wants buy hay and blacksmith shop in Freak to
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