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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - August 22, 1913, Massillon, Ohio                                THE EVENING INDEPENDENT FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1913 OILIULTOH Canal Fulton Aug 25 people attended the Lutheran picni held at Mudbrook Wednesday A pic t nicdinner was served at noon ant following a programme of recitations and vocal numbers was carried ou and address by the E Meth ling The Misses Grace and Gertrude Ptalfle and Dorothy Finefrock oC Ca nal Fulton carried off the prizes in the contests M Irwin of Gana Fulton aiid IMiss Anna Hartenstein of Pittsburgh married Tuesday afternoon at i oclock at the residence of the Rev 7 H Kitzmiller of Pittsburgh the same pastor who married Mr and Mrs the grooms parents 42 ago They were attenflea by the brides sister Miss Hilda Hartenstein of andthe grooms brother A Irwin of Canal Fulton They Mr and Mrs M C Phil Ijiis of Canal Bulton after which they will go to housekeeping at Akron where the groom is employed as a ma chinist ut the Goodyear Rubber Com paijys piant Mrs C A Irwin sons George and Frederick attended the wedding of the fiirmer5 son Oeorge at Pittsburgh Tueadav George Mnhlhauser has returned home from a few weeks visit ro Cin cinnati k Mrs George Krebs and son Fred attended the Bowman school reunion at Oak Knoll park Massillon Wednes day Miss Arline Hodgson of Akron spent Wednesday with Mrs Jonabton Hodgson Mrs K Freedlmrg and four daugh ters of Cleveland are guests of Mr and Mrs R Chapman Navarre Aug Wilheliu of Massillon and John Wlihelm of Xavarre left Wednesday for Duquesne Tn Mssa Helen Davis of East Green ville is the guest of Mrs John Wil helnv residence who illby the Wheeling Lake Erie bridge gang several days ago was taken Wednesday to the county infirmary Miss Ethel Horell of Akron is the guest of Mrs Edward George Orankel and cfmightier Agnes of New Washington nro the guests of 11 r and Mrs Leo Eckronte Mrs John Winkhart and Mrs John sjient Wednesdw at East Greenville Mrs lohn G Warwick and Gonpart Warwick attendedthe Miller reunion at AHinnce Thursday Mrs Dan C Spoes nasx called to Norwnlk Thursday on account of the death of her nephew Hasil White ELTON Etton Aug Cofel nnd daiiglHer Myrtle of Canal Pulton vis ited at the home of Mr and Mrs John MoCJuire Sunday Miss AHco Porch of Canton ami he Misses Viola Thomas of Brewster and Jennie Thomas of Pigeon Run visited their sister Mis John Young Sunday Mr and Mrs George Winners Canton visited friends here Sunday Mrs Sarah Guy and Mrs William Prictt of MassiHon visited at the home of Mrs Annie Phillips this weok Mr and Mrs Walter Burkhnrt of Jlassillou wore guests at the home of the formers parents Mr nnd Mrs John Sunday Mr and Mrs Jacob Lamon nnu sou and nnd William Dossering of Akron were guests of Mr and Mrs lohnVounptman Sunday The ICathJeen and Ricky and hrother Willie are spend ing n week in Toledo Miss August Baker of Norwalk is Bponding n week with Miss Mne Phil lips Mrs Arthur Harrold find daughters Eva and Anna and Philips are spending the day in Canton Tim McGuire of Cleveland is visit ing his hrother Mr nnd Mrs John JlcRuIre and family here Mrs Daniel fieiuler nnd sons of Cleveland are spending a few days formers mother 1rice fOarl Nice of Canton is visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs William fiv pritt RHEUMA FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM Right first day you start to take Uric Acid poison be gins to dissolve and leave the sore joints and muscles Its action is little less than magical 50 cents a Judge Barhorst of Ft Loraime Ohio unys After treatment by three doctors without result I was cured of a very bad case of Rheumatism by using two of PAUL P KIRCHIIOFER Theres a world of satisfac tion in buying Unee da Biscuit because you know you will get what you crackers that are ovenfresh crisp clean appetizing and nourishing ITneeda Biscuit always uniform in are always alike in crispness in they are soda c r a c k e r s you can depend upon And all because Uneeda Biscuit are uncommon soda crack ers packed in an uncommon way Five cents everywhere in the moistureproof package RATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 1ST GREENVILLE Greenville Aug Rev liavles Petty occupied the pulpit of he M E church Sunday morning at oclock using as his text Matt Said Take that thine is ind go thy way Twill give unto this ast even as unto Mr Petty occupy the pulpit again Sunday at 7 oclock The Rev W J Jones of New Cas le occupied the of the Rap ist church Sunday August 17 Mrs Daniel Calor and Mrs Mame Vatts of Massillon were in our vil ige Thursday the guests of Mrs Isa iele Caler in East Main street Thomas Jones and Mary Jones ot larberton were on Sunday the guests f Stephen Richards and family llertels an employe of Dry Company of was on Sunday the guest of er parents Mr and Mrs Edward homas and family on Beautiful Mrs JaneFleming of Chagrin Falls s the guest of herbrouibr A R Fort a and family A Fleming Irs Tones and son LeRoy t tended theBowman school reunion t Massillon Wednesday Navarre Aug Urvin Stein r returned home Wednesday night rom Huntlngton Mr and Mrs Grover iiet are guests f Mr and Mrs Harmon Falk J The Misses Florence and Irene Tink or of Cleveland are the guests of the lisses Lauretta Marie and Isabelle oew Miss Hazel Watt is on the sick list Mr and Mrs James Warren and auiily are visiting Mr Warrens moth r at Lakeside J O Peoples of Bolivar is the uest of Charles Baltzer Mrs Ernest Crawshaw and daughter 3ernice returned to their home in ittsburgh Thursday after spending evernl weeks with the formers fath r S A Diddle Mrs Mary Klosler and son Norman and daughter Ruby of Eugene re guests of Mrs Klosters brother red Snlberg Thisis Mrs Klosters Irst visit In 23 years MissEdna Keller Miss Susan Piper nd Mr Joe Hoke of BuUer are he guests of Mr and Mrs P D Kei er The Salberg reunion will he held at he home of Steven Homer Saturday Vugust 23 at Crystal Springs Canai Fulton Young Peoples was to hold its home night Thursday evening have postponed it until tonight be bad weather Mrs Ben Ginther of Akron spent Thursday with her mother Mrs M Smith Mrs George Filiez two and Kathryn and sons George and James who have spent the past two months with Mr and Mrs Harry Menegay left for Marinette today where they will join Mr Feleiz and make their future home Mrs George Seifert returned home Thursday after a several days visit with relatives in Wadsworth and Harberton Mrs C R Daily speniThursday in Akron ilr and Mrs Ike Mossop returned to their homein Canton Thursday after a several days visit with relatives liero C R is a business visitor in Spencer Thursday ami today Miss Agnes Seifert lias returned home after a several days visit in Wadsworth v S Feiman was a business visitor here todav Hooray Blood Free of impurities Eczema Gone Acne Tetter Rash Pimples Carbun cles S S Drives tlie Demon at 1H no it Back Wooita Hail The layer of skin Is a flnc nct or tiny blood in which the famous blond S S ks ith avliviiy Til S S best known liKxul purit has such a jiositivaction in tho sk There la ono injiivtHonl ui S S S which collulnr or Rlan dulnr aclivity to select from tht blocii or from this network of blood ves sels in iho skin those isJonnzits which it roquiroa for resenoriition Thus pimples icno eczoma lupus or any other blood condition that at tnoks the skin or seeks un outlet through the skin Is inet with tlie an tidotal eftVet of S S S Under the influence of S S this fine network of blood vessels in Uio skin is constantly takinpr from the blood the nutrition for healthy tissue and the cause of disease is just as constantly beeomiliK removuil sciit and remlored harmless facts arc more fully explained In a book on skin trouble sent by The Swift Specific 190 Bids At lanta fefx You will find S S S on sale at ill diiisr stores Get i bottle and banish all skin ntntotions GLYNNID SUIZED CUil TO BE CHIEF Both Are Entrenched in Ex ecutive Chambers DEADLOCK IN STATE CONTINUES Fight Against Sulzer That Recently Made Walls of Capitol Corri dgrs Ring Settles Down to Endurance Test Rhodes Aug social was hold hursday evening at the home of Mr ind Mrs Frank Smith Mrs Clark Elsea who underwent in operation at the MatsHlon city tibs litnl is somewhat improved Miss Grace Snydor of Massillon pent at the homo of Miss Lu cille Updegralf Sunday school Sunday at service at 2 SO The Rev S 1 P Flohr paslor Mr and Mrs Clan do Donat of Greentown spent the week end at tlu iwue of the hutors pavents Mr and Mrs William Weller Mrs Anna Flounders is on the sick 1st Quito a number of people from our vicinity attended the InilW reunion at Crystal Springs Sntuniay August jl About 250 people woro present August Honnol who hns hron seri ill of typhoid fever is somnwha D Atwater Son Edison Portland Cement Anchor Brand Hard Wall Plaster 20th Cen tury Wood Pulp Galcimine Phtster Ground and Lump Lime Bone Dust and Phosphate Seed Oil Meal Buffalo Gluten Feed BJatchiords Calf Meal all kinds of Salt Prntts Poultry nud Animal Regulators Grains and Seeds Roofing and Build ing Papers Motorcycles Bicycles and Supplies Warhouse and office No 1 to 6 Exchange street NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT No Aduir Doo M Pugo Tho xnuiorsipmvii lias lieon appoint ed nnd qunlltlcd ns Adniluislrator of Jhfl ostnto of Elizabotti S Rood Into of Stark County Ohio All pnisons Indebted to said vHtntit will niako Immedlnto pnymont and croclltora will present their claims nc uordltit to law Dated this 11 th dtvy of July A TX WILLIAM M TIEKD Mnsslllon Independent For any pnln burn scald or bruise apply Dr Thomas Eclectic honaeliolil remedy Two ami Prtii nt nil drug ment By James Jv Montague Albany N Aug fight against William Sulzer that last week was making the walls of the Capitol corridors ring has now settled down to an endurance test Both Governors Glynn and Sulzer are entrenched in executive cham bers each duly labeled as such Mr Glynn has the attorney general and the adjutant general and the generals commanding all the state departments save the executive Mr Sulzer has only the executive force Both are in active Never in the history of tkis country has there been such a dead lock Both Claim Governorship It is apparent that the purpose of GJynn is to Sulzer out It clearly the purpose of Sulzer not to be worn out And unless some kindly court taking pity on the embarrassr ment of both sides makes a decision that will dispatch officers to bring order out of chaos persons doing busi ness with the state be tossing pen nies to see who is governor until the high court impeachment shall have settled the matter once and for Mr Glynn feeling that he is gov ernor temporarily is not disposed to use thepotential violence at his com mand namely the militia Sulzer is still governor in name To eject him forcibly from the control of the gov ernment machinery wouid of course make a lot of trouble Mr Glynn is disposed to be patient Mr Sulzer on the other hand openly announces that he holds his chamber in the Capitol because the actinggov ernor does not remove him am he tellslhis They know I am governor Ifthey had any doubt about it they would not to usual message went forth Thursday from cham bers in regard to the was signed Glynn and the other William Sulzer Sulzer appealed tohis friend Bryan to restore to the arms of his keepers Glynn addressed his appeal both to Bryan andSacretary of Commerce Redfield Sulzer got all the mail addressed governor and opened and answered a lot ofit He used the stationery wjth the state crest and signed his name William Sulzer gov ernor Defies His Accusers James Garrison the man who charged that at least four the assembly had been purchased to effect the Sulzer said The assembly has run away and doubt if it returns this year I am ready to tell my story All this talk about jailing me is a Democratic Assembly Leader Levy had announced that the judiciary com mittee had subpoenaed Garrison to prove his charges or go to prison They have not subpoenaed me They dare not subpoena me They know I have told truth and have the I have been here all this week No subpoena server has been near me No one officially has notified me that my testimony was wanted I repeat that I am here The assembly has run away I have continued Garrison Matthew T Horgan secretary of the Frawley legislative committee per sonally defied Sulzers commissioner Mr John A Hennessy to put him in jail for contempt Hearing that Hennessy had an order of arrest issued Horgan rushed here from New York and presented him self before the Sulzer inquisitor I appear voluntarily and waive setvice of the order of said Horgan glaring at Henxessy I re fuse to answer questions on the ground that your power to investigate state departments ceased with the Im peachment of Gov Sulzer Further more I am an officer of a legislative committee conducting inquiries of its own You no power co investi gate MAIER SHAlDNAGLE THE GOOD CLOTHES STORE New Arrivals Daily In Fall Clothes Fall Hats Fall Furnishings Come In And Look The New Things Over Get Posted For Future Brain Gasoline and Fair the Mecca of the Men at the Wheel Brain mixed with gasoline and ligbt ning makes a wagon An automobile is the event of all the centuries boiled down The automobile is in compe tition with railway traffic today Its the forerunner of good roads every where Its giving man in town and city a home in the country Ten thousand automobiles will visit the state fair at Columbus September 1 to 5 The state fair officiate are ready to park all machines that come Auto mobile parties are being organized by the hundreds every day to attend Ohios recordbreaking Clean Your r Carpets to the I cleaners dont pay I to beat them I them this hard I wear and the money to pay for a Made By ManyMassillon Residents Many people in togetrid of kidney backache relyon plasters liniments and other make righttreatment is kidney treatment and a remarkably recom mendedkidney medicine is Doans Kiflney Pills Massillon is no excep tion 0 The proof as at your very door The following is an experience typical of the work of Doans Kidney Pillsin ilassillon Jlrs Mary Jones 115 West Charles Massillon Ohio says When ever I catch cold it seems that my back always becomes lame and sore For a long time I did notiknow just what vras the trouble Seeing Doans Kidney Pills advertiied I got a box at the Baltzly drug store and gave them a trial A short use brought me wonderful relief It gives me plea sure to recommend this remedy as it In es up to all the claims made for For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember tbe name take no CONFIDENCE WELL FOUNDED The implicit confidence that many people have in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience in the use of that remedy and their knowledge of the many remarkable cures of colic diarrhoea and dysentery that it has effected For sale by all Advertisement Read our Want ads daily NOTICE In the matter of the estato of Parah A Kitllor deoeasini nil aoitMints either due to or by saij estate must settled forth with by presentation to James Cliristmun H K r No 1 Mnssilloii Ohio JAMKS CHRtSTMAX Bont for all the heirs of the Estate of S n rah A Keller Regnlets are recommended tiy many say theyoperate without grip ing bad effects 25c at all drug REP AIRSOFALL Work Lawn JMowers hold and aee us and if we pleaseyou tell 11your neighbors 305 Siuskingum St v I11 I It1 H I H i1 I II1 FOR Sanitary Plumbing CALLON Ames Bullach No 11 S Musktngum St Plumbers Gas Steam and Hot Water Fitters PRICES RIGHT iI 1 1 Men and Boys English Band Golf Caps New Patterns 50c and r DOLLS HAT SHOP I T suctionsweeper and rsvohring r brush sweeper all inonel Gets fire to as much duJt is old style carpeVsweepers as Does the a and mart Not all the Hukt oaf of the bpdy of btftv UntJ needed your strength and keep yourhouse thoroughly clean all the year Send me your name so 1 can arrange to eivc m Free Demonstration your home GEORGE E GUERNSEY AGENT CORNER MAIN AND MILL STS NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT No Admr Doc The undersigned has been duly appoint ed and qualified as administrator of estate of Clara Walter late of Stark County Ohio All persons Indehjed to said estate will make Immediate payinenf and creditors will present their cliiitns nccording to law Dated this Gth day of August A D 1913 O C VOLKMOR 1 1 I I I 1 I I I PIANOS AND PRICES THAT ABE RIGHT W A BAMMERLIN 217 W Main St Cor Muskingum III DOLLARS COMING YOUR WAY DIARRHOEA QUJCKLY CURED 1 was taken with diarrhoea and Mr Yorks the merchant here persuaded me to try n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy After taking one dose of it I was cured It also cured others that 1 gave it writes M R Gobhart Oriole Pa That is nof at alliinusim An ordinary at tnolc of diarrhoea can almost invari ably be cnreil by ono or two doses of this remedy It is one of the most suooossfuJ preparations that has been discovered Thousands have testified to its value For sale by all dealers Heres a Shoe Sale thai will put Dollars in your pocket We must make room for our and Winter Shoes that are arriving daily This is an opportunity to buy Good Siioes at the lowing prices Fall1 Ladies and Shoes at Ladies and Shoes at 95c Ladies and Shoes at Mens and Shoes at Mens and Shoes at Mens and Shoes at NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS Sealed proposals will be received by the clerk of the Board of Trustees un til 12 oclock noon Sept 4 1913 for the furnishing of all surgical and medi cal jiiri for the poor of Perry Town ship for oneyear Tho Board reserves tho to re ject all proposals By order of the Board of Trustees H H SNYDEK Clerk These are Blaumeisers GoodShoes designed for high class trade amf made to order exclusively for this store They can he bought but once a year at lower than regular priees and this is that time i Wm F Blaumeiser It yaya U our Want columns 4 THE SELLER OF GOOD SHOES II I t tl tHMH IHM I 11 NORTH ERIE ST t i 1 1 Ml I I 1 1 Ml 1 1 II I I I II   

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