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   Coshocton Daily Age (Newspaper) - April 4, 1902, Coshocton, Ohio                               COSHOCTON DAILY AGE. 3. NO. 263, COSHOCTON. OHIO. FRIDAY EVPNIN6. APRIL 4. 1902. SERVES UNCLE SAM Efectriciaa Earl Clark las Had Six Years of Traiwaf SAW SfcRYlCE IN SPANISH WAI j Me Has Ben Attacked M Yctstl. ike Best Tbe voung man wear! DC a pleaaant face ami the natty uniform of Uncle i uavy woo U seen shaking with ui-tny people on the streets is Earl Clark. lie is wp f ur lough and is his parents in Roscoe. Six yes.- ago Clark determined to t become a sai.v, and was admitted to I tlie naval iramiuK school at fit 1. dropped into the 1 of other at the school, and in KNOW. OUR BOYSNHE WAR Kewci D. Custer went to Pituburg. Members of Cosooctoa's CMipa- i ny in Spaoista CMffct. STILL HERE Kauas. Liot MANY OF THtM Dorsey went to Dresden! Thursday. McCbM S. Hosfelt went to KiajU.iton tl for a short visit with bis parents. j Are CMC. went to Sew-! When Coloue! Hamilton was here comerstown on business Thursday. during tbe week for tbe purpose of se- i curing the of former niem- A. D. Harvey went to Denni-i oers Oj company K, Seventh Ohio in- son to visit her brother, J. Xekoii-1 fantrj. in order tbat they might re- i -ceivc the back pay them, he had -MbsMary MrShane returned from arw.ler of tbal went a visit with her parents at cootsville-j the regiiuent one morning foor years ago. have oeeii changes that time. to -Mrs. Reed, of Tunnel the I guest of Mrs. Susan Miller un DAILY BULLETIN. I uioui'is sent on board the train- j ship Alliance, afterward he j was transferred to tbe Cincinnati and j on that cruiser during tbe war. After the short fur- when hostilities ceased he was i ordered u> report on tbe Richmond at League and was immediately transferred to ihe gunboat Topeka. For saven uiuoius be was at sea, the Topeka calaug at Key West. Havana an3 m-iny other ports in the South. At it-Dgtb the Topeka suffered damage aua put in at Norfolk for repairs. The crew was transferred to tbe battle- ship M-iSiacnusetts. Fourteen months of this servjce saw the young sailor reaay for another transfer, and he was assigned to tbe Kearsarge.tbe flagship tne North Atlantic squadron, and and be remained a member of tbe crew seven months. This completed his five years of pre- training, and be was ready ror to tbe electrical scboo! .it the Biouklyn navyyard.lhe torpedo station at Newport or the school of nunnery at Washington. He cbosf the Brat named, and was given qnar- tbe receiving shio Columbia. He completed the course with cred- it, and is uow an electrician of tbe third Throughout his whole career in tbe cavy Clark has acquit- ted himself well. Third. (-onjpjtoy as it ik in tke Clara Webb .visited her par-! >A the hUtte follows: ersts Mr. and Mrs. Hostetter.at Tun- i Captain B. D. MrCJaio. nc 1 -Mi.vi Vioia Binning, of Orange, visited Mrs. Frank Maritley on Brow- er avenue. records Large Rug News We Are in Tbe BADLY .WASHED Business Brakenun William Little Injured -at Wheel- ing Freicht Depot. William Little, a Wheeling brake- man wnose home is in Canton, was hurt while maKlng a coupling at the Wteelintf depot this mornine. Little found-Hr necessary the drawbar and he did ir with bis foot The foot was caught in such manner as to crush it and necessitate the amputation of toes. The young man was taken to the of- nce of Doctor Carr. and Doctor Frew, the company's surgeon, was summon- ed. He was given every attention. It was thought best to s- nd him to Can- too- but be asked to be taken to the liocie uf Miss Durban, his fiancee, on uopsr Chestnut. mother lives in Canton, and i tue man was anxious that she should not be alarmed because of the Merrell-went to X comerstown to visit at tbe ErnestCarr. First Lieu- tenant C. A. McClurs, Secopd Lieu- tenant Charles B Cowpton. Sergeants: H- B.Daiis, R. A.Carnes, 1C. W. Carpenter, H. D. Hack. S. B. jHavs- i Corporals: n. D MoOre, R. M. TCJD- pic. G. Cailentine. A. Williams. G. F. C. Linn. Musicians: A. Piatt, S. McClain. Privates: J. M. Arnold, Walt-rs, of HartforJ. visit- Joiin strubie on >orth Fourth. i James Bert Cocnran, Harvey Anna Powelson. uf West La- j Courtright. Bert Collins, John Craw- favette was the guest of friends here ford. Harry Culbertsoo, Carlos Daw- fora few days. SOD William Dawson Dun- j mead Arch, GeorRe Ferrell. James W. F. Hughes, of Xewcom- Fortune, Cbaries_ Henderson, F. erstown. was the guest Callaban on Locust. of Mrs. John House. Harry Howard. Thomas Gould. David Jackson. Edward Jones, John Lang, Claude' Miller. Ernest L. Smith, traveling parpen- j Eari C. M. Milligan. of the Pan Handle, was the Vrt.i_. jrer agent guest of Agent iiipp Thursday. Watson has returned to work at Xewcomerston after a with bis sister, Miss and Mrs. Leffler and? children have moved to the citv from irhnchs- rille and will reside on Xorth Eigbtb. H. Webb, of Cbes ter, Pa., is visiting Mrs. John Webb near tbe city and Mrs. Al Webb on Locust. Sarah Broome and Mrs. Ken- non were guests of Mr. and Mrs C- E- Broome on Locnst. Waller Cochran is now in West Carlisle, and his majcv friends willl be gJad taie-rn that he is some- what improved. George McClain returned to her home in PiainKeki after a several days" visit at the home of Benjamin Stevenson on Main. McGovern and daughter. Miss Georgia, iefc Thursday evening for tbeir new home in Marion. Their many friends deeply regret tbeir de- parture. and Mrs- EH Carl ton and chil- dren arrived here Wednesday evening and are nuest-s at the home of Hiraoi McGinnis, fioy Pitton, WU1- PhiHips, Pool, Samuel Richard. John Richard, Eugene Sav- ery, ClarenceShepparfl, GavO Shu- tuate. Smith, Charlis Smith. -I. W. Squires- Captam McClain practicing law ID Kansas, Lieuten nt, Cumpton is serving bis count y ii the Philippines a-id Lieutenant McC ure is working in Cbicago.Soaie menlbers of the com- pany are dead and otBers have left Co- sboeton aod are following different avocations. Tbe majority, however, are still in this viciciiy. a number oavinc recently returned from tbe Philippines where they went as soon as they were discharged upon the re Organization of the -army. Among them is Harvev DA via whose record in the Pnilippipes is enviable. Corporal Temple is in the where His work is hSeBfth'at his friends con- fidently expect to see him win a com- mission if be remains in the army. Joionel Hamilton did not succeed in having all tbe boys sign the roll on Tuesday, but a number have since communicated withbimin Columbus. You should our new line of Room Sized Rugs. 8 ft. o in. x to ft 6 in and 9 ft x 12 it We have a handsome new assort- ment in Ingrains, Tapestry Brus jcU, Body Brussels, Axminsters and Royal Wiltons. Prices as fol- lows: SUU'JIU EiUU UC aiaiUJCU UtClllUC III LUC ,r.r.va. i- to accident. While tor tbe doc- Beall on until they move .to tors to dress his wound he dictated a message tbat contained much more cheer than bis face at that time ex- p reused. P r S2Q.QQ, Clearief ike Line. The Pan Handle police department bas special men at work helping tbe reeular fo'ce clear this division of i rim riders. For some reason the r.umoer of regulars this season is niueli larger than and a large Dumber of arrests are being made be- l ween Piitsburg acd Columbus. The officers think it is a difficult matter for a Kian to ride the lengrh of the di- vision without being cangh: at some point. The Gromd is Soft. Contractor Kirk puta force to work digging tbe ditch for the extension of wafer pipes to the new factory of tbe H. D. Beach company but the ground was found to be soft.' Tbe excavation Sited with water and work was stop pen until arrangements could be ibJiUe to care for" it. Ths territory through which the pipe is to be laid bas long been a swamp, but the force their own home. and Mrs. W. R. Fomerene re- turned Thursday afternoon from a trip to the They went by ooat down tbe Mississippi to Orieans and came home by rail. They bau a delightful trip.: and Mrs. lames Barrett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hams on Water street Thursday. Tbey were ot! their way to their home in Mohawk from Indianapolis, where Mr. Barrett bad gone to take treatment from Dr. Gray for concer of the lip- Thursday was tbe birth day anni- versary of William Wrigbt and Mrs. WMght prepared a most complete sur- prise tbat evening at their borne on Invitations- were issued U> the followiDg: Mr. and Mrs. John Aronbalt, Miss Verna) Evernart. Mr and Mrs. L. B. Piper. Mr. anq Mrs. P. P. DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Beacb. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. W.Uiams. Mr.and Mrs. C- F. Prineeacd Mr. and Mrs. S. H- Nicholas.who presented Mr.Wright with a leather chair. An elaborate supper was served m the dining room which was beautifully and Whcthw you Want to buy or in and see the idc variety of new and desirable Rttfs We have just received. D W  e glad to learn that be is somewhat mproved. He is suffering from ty- phoid fever at his home in East Lir- :rpcol. The TOUQK ladies' sodality, of the Sacred Heart church, met with Mrs. Mary McManuS at her home on Chest- nut. Therevrasa very large attend- ance aad most successful affair, clear ag men are figuring out the pring schedule for the Pennsylvania ines west of of Pitisbarg. It is pre- dicted that, some radical changes will be made but their nature will not oe public until -the schedule in announced. J. L. Merchant has resigned his position as day operator at B. IX tow- er and has taken a position with bis father-in-law, David Davis, at Cones- rWe. Melville Parks, the night op- erator at, Trinway. bas been trans- erred to the place vacated by Mr. Merchant William Miller, who boards at the Empire and is employed as foreman of .be leather department of the Meek Beach company, bas a daughter and a sister Hving at Atlantic City, whose home is close to the famous board walk. He was greatly distressed yes- terday when he read of Che tire in THE AGE Monday. Qf this week an agen t passed through the city taking orders 'or a frying pan guaranteed neither jura nor produce any smoke from the food cooked in it. He secured many orders and on Wednesday de'iyereo. the article, much to the dissatisfac- lion of the parties who patronized aim, the pan not being the same as the sample he had shown them. Another reason why oar peo- ple should patronize home merchants Simael McKee Samuel McKee. an old and respected resident of Oxford township, died Thursday. Mr. McKee had been ill with pneumonia, but- was recovering when he was again taken ill and died in a few hours. He is survived by his wife and his son Charles who lives at, home- His age was 61 years. Faner al services were heid this afternoon aud the remains were interred at Piainfleld- Mr. McKee was a veteran of the civil war, having served as LOOKS LIKE SUCCESS j Machine Plant Project is Meeting] With Favor. SOME MEN ILL HESITATING ftal Others Are for Stbck. Md Larf e Prapcruoe las Seen Taken. The board of traue -ire encouraged over the K-r ;he proposeo machine piaul, it-e enterprise bas readied tbat ptiim v. u--re H can almost be   Coshocton in cases other than the machine company. (NEXT DOOR TO P. O.) DRY GOODS. soldier in tbe Fifty-first Ohio. He was prominently identified with tne M. P. church. CONVENTION OFFICERS E.Bphaticall> Oeoy ihe Sturv About Double that tbe Sayder schem- ers had't'Au classes or a and d one. thai tbeir 'ex- pan' voters in presenting the ballot bad r'i trouole fa aajus'ing a large aud biliol St> they looked and relt like one shp uf paper. but whea thej gel IDIO tUe bat tuej would easily tali anc' 'J- out as t-vo ballots fur rfnvcier." Daily Doings. f "1 Distinct Bargains IN Seasonable Goods AT Women's Tailor-Hade Suits, colors Blues, and Blacks, sizes 32 to 40. Ail worth near COURT HOUSE. REAI. BSTATE Alexander Thacker to Alfred Oden. etent acres, Virginia township. Simon Hunter to IF. S. Pntaam, quit claim 100 acres, Tivertcn town- ship, Phoebe Hofehem to W. C. Gephart. 4 acre. White Eyes township. Lizzie Gephart to W. C. Gephart. seven acres. White "Eyes township, W. C. Gephart to ger We IDC underaigneci officers and iei !ers of the rectal Republican cocvec- Djin Co on. having read the fore- ioe extract frooi a !ocal newsnat er, d mast empaacicaily deny that there wasany frau-i or- seaiuiaace 01 fraud in tbe depositing or counting of bal- lots in said convention. Tbe bailors were all put into the box by tbe tellers, not by rfae and ibere was no pfssibiiity for any voter to hare two oalkTo placed ia the box as one and counted as two. Every safeguard was thrown around the balloting to make it perfectly boc- est and fair to aud vie are there was nothing else. Tbe undersigned officers were divid- ed in their preferences for the D'vnai- nation. but deem it only proper and right to make ibis public statement tc cjrrect a. most, crue: acd unjcst re- flection npon the RepubiiCdn nominee and bis friends. J. K. CQiirmau. CH vs. L. SXITE. Se -retary. W. J. ASb't Sec'y. .loiix 15. PEACOCK, C. KANE, L K- L B- PKESTOX, J. E- VAGEKS. Teliers. MARRIED MEN part lot three. Eyes town-! Can Move from Oae Ward to Another asd Vote tiie Same The discassi-'-D of the e'ecMon partamiog to the lecirtb tinre re-i quired fora voter to reside in a ward! has brought ou'.. the weii settled onin- 100 a nd aecisir-n tbat bead? of j irnm one reamed irei can mov ship, i ward 'o another an James W. Moore and Arthur Caton day. provided tliey to John G. acres Sew Castle city, county and Viale township, length of time. Elizabeth Boyd to Samuel E. Boyd. vf-u- tbe same I.veciintbei thf required i positrons are to be abolished. w I wMJ be retained. The board will A Sm'itb at aii appointments within a short j 167 acres. Keene township. 13.340. the beautiful home of Mrs. Milier on'timc- Main was a brilliant event, complet- in every detail. The rooms were Qae Was Hurt, handsomely decorated with asparagus vine and ferns. Mrs. Miller Lemuel Crowns team ran away and Mrs-Smith welcomed tbeir guests! this mormon and caused excitement Charles i in thesouthern partof tbe city, but no one was hurt. The team started in in the front panor. Mrs. Lamberson, Miss Louise Oiover. Rev. Dr. Hunt at his residence on .South Foar'Ji Thursday afternoon. Biarried Lssfracd Jones, of Biadecs- barp, and Miss Myrtle Hawthorne. of Monawk. He also married Harvey Putnam, of Strasburg, and Miss Ellen Si'iEer. of Avondaie. Special fate to The W. L. E. railroad has made a special rate of S5 cents to Zanesville and return, account tne Prohibition state convention, April 28 and 2f. good returning May 1. tf- i :f Vary Respectfully Ransom D. G. Co James Adams, of pur- chased the Allen Holmes property on Elm street and will nove to it soon. Dr. Bendarc tbe real estate mao toe It. wbicb tne wason was were scattered in the streets. loaded i dMJI v M J f J Jessie Ompion and Miss Carrie tne aliey m the rear of !ne. and run- assisted in tbe librarv. and Mrs. War- nine to Bank made its way to Cherry- ner Hay, Mrs. Joseph Callaban, Mrs.i There the horses turned and were Robert Hanlon and Mr- -Joseph John- jcauirbt. TSD cans and-otner rubbish son presided over tbe --offee urns ic the dining room where tempticg re- freshments were served by Bernice Geidel. Ag- nes Hanlon. Minnie Miller, Irma and Edith Johnson. The punch bowl in tbe reception ball was in charce of Rctiucej Rates. H i One'way sf-c.in J-r" Hay, administra orof estate of Hous jc-s to tbe FRCBATE COURT. First and final account of John at line1 our'n; r'iri-agh torn Hay, deceased. itAKKIAGK PERMITS. iPirtlCSiiir IT--" James K. Latham, painter, I fliri-agh .in Lafayette: Amanda McCoy, Oxford befurniMief. up-.D township. server an-i ac< Harvej J. Putnam, blackaioitb. Line-. Strasburg: Ella Stiner, White i T township Miss Etbe'l Biggs and Miss Mary: Moore, Abont 150 ladies calied during the receiving hours from until five. wb --f. ciaiiv 2. tnl- Wktt Ihe State Toe report of the state board of ag- riculture says only per cent of average crop of wheat is now promis- ed in OHic. It bas not done very well s da> Tuesday. this winter, but the next two months) Jem went to Tnnway may what has been io.v. and where she is taking violin lessons, yield a good average. Farmers in th Jesse- Wriubt Cdiied on W. L.Wright vicinity, as stated in AGE, say j in Cooperdale Tuesday. the outlook in county Tiunks and Valises A.S. Comptou. samples or drugs on doorsteps or to j give them to children under 14 jearslMil of age was made a law Thursday by the senate. The penalty for infrac- tion of tbe law is from to tltX) tine and imprisonment of from 30 to 100 aukee. %V> D t 4-2-3. Bring vour AGE office job work to the! We put on sale this morning Choice Silk at this low price. They are nearly all Five Dollar Waists. All the new colors and Blacks. Come to see them white we have your size. The Crawford Store   

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