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   Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Orrville, Ohio                                 This olisce Is equipped to do your Job worfc quickly »treasonable prices.  THE COURIER-CRESCENT  VOL XI—No. 38  ORRVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12,1913.  S CENTS A COPY.  WHO CAN REMEMBER THE __ [ TO COMRADES WHO SERVED 100 DAYS SLEIGHING IN '56 IN VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN |  SOCIAL NOTES  Four Horse Teams Were All The Go And Siege May 18th to July And Great Rivalr? 1863 and All Other  Existed I  Co   A national organization ¡has be™  headquarters in I Entertained  Announcement!  Miss Edith Schrantz and Carl C. Bechtel married on Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1913. At home after Dec. 30th, at 1121 "'out Market street, Orrville Ohio.  BURGLARS ARE  AGAIN AT WñUK  Perilstein's Dry Goods Stora En-  ♦»rail Tiieeilau BinfcM  V. U.V.. - uui.43V.bt..  MAIN STREET WILL BE  OPENED NEXT SATURDAY  ■Pram Dir. David Hawk we obtain- effected ed the following information, taker? Cuicago, 111., with branch offices,  feli . m .„  Af1 „ m wirtll n H   Mi- .iwlnwo wi>ll rfimem- „ „„ " , fr, „ - Akron by Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W.  Mr. HawK aeciares ne wen roiuom the purpose of perfecting plans for a qo,,,^^ A „.,„  bers Ihe Incident, published then,  SQmi _ cftntemiiial  Vlehration or Peace  +   wMch Interestingly reiaibes to. the  Jul>Uee) to be hel(1  ^ vicksburg,  KUls stmeet - _  way boys went "sleddln" in ye Miss., October. 1915, in. coahmemor-olden times: atlan of the close of the war. 1861-  C,ass , t,tcrtmne<1   "It was tu the winter of 1856, j.865. Class No. 13 of the Reformed  that there were over 100 days of  It ' is the  d es i re c f the organiza-1 Sunday School entertained a few sleighing of the finest kind in this  ti , oin to liav , e a  representative, or <> f  their friends int the church class section. ' w.hat would be better, a county  rc,0,ms 011  Monday evening. Games  "There was a hot rivalry among organization in every county in this were participated in after which the people oi Bedford, .Solon, Twins-1 ^^  to  co-operate with our state dainty refreshments were served to burg "and Northfield," all Cuyahoga] branch office in ascertaining the the twenty-two- present. A royal county towns, each of which claim-1  ac t Uia l ~ii,umber of Vicksburg veter-1 Kood time was enjoyed by the little ed to be able to turn out with  ang> b0lth  union and Confederate, folks, the most four-horse teams. tin their respective counties, and  iSolon got up a party to a neigh- communicate' at earliest convenience Club Entertained boring township with seven, I the result thus ascertained to W. P. The O P C. club was delightfully  horse teams. Twlnsburg then Gau-lt, Secretary Ohio Organization, entertained Tuesday afternoon at the played 14 four horse teams. »ea- Columbus. Ohio, so that we may home of Mrs. P. C. Cochran with ford drove to Twmsburg with ¿¿ formulate a bill to present this Mrs. H. W. Porter acting as assist-four-horse teams. Northfleld itnea  winjter  ^  tlle  Legislature 'providing]  ant  hostess A goodly number at-•to beat this record and railed.  fo(r th e expense of every Ohio Vicks- tended and' the afternoon hours were Brecksville then got into line wmI  buirg  veteran to Vicksburg, Miss., passed in contstes and sewing. 44 four-horse 'teams Koyawon  and retllm  under the same condi- Christmas novelties here and there turned out 68. Then Boston. cainwj  ti0lll3 an d terms as was extended to I  ma(le  the home a scene of the holi-iorwiard with 89 four-horse teams. ^ Gettysburg Veterans last July, [day season. An appetizing two By this time the rivalry was .0  The  information is necessary in| course  luncheon with Xmas favors Strong as  to be almost bitter. ^ I order to determine the amoxint I \\ras served in a neat way and all field folks drove into Boston town-1  nec esaary to be appropriated for enjoyed a splendid time • ship with 154 four-horse teams.  the  purpose above stated. Let some  March 11 Richfield carried the Vicksburg veteran in. every com- Friendly Circle  Warren Ramsey Dead  Warren Ramsey dropped dead while in the office o£. Dr. Todd at Wooster shortly after the noon, hour Thursday. Mr. Ramsey had been  razniCi« r^«^ -tw ^¿ih  v ,i:i fcc.'»!«*  hi3 hr>me> fi>r   pleased to learn that when they  tI , me but had  recovered sufficiently drive to Orrville on Saturday, Dec. $50 Worth of Jewelry and Notions  1 3th. they may pass over the newly to make the trip to WooSter where  Engineer Has Advised Mayor and Council to That Effect  Missing From Shelves and Showcases.  banner home. March 14, Summit, I nxuaaifty get busy so that no one  Medina and Cuyahoga counties ^Hshail be missed, who is entitled,  p  f™- . ,  tered ithe cointest, which, by this  U11(ler the  p^po^d arrangement, to ll llendly C ' rcle at her home  time, Vleksbung, and review one«, followed by a  tL^SeT mJ^^ l^temph"  grand  ™ °' f  meetin, Miss Ella  Cuyahoga. 156, Summit 160 four- Address all communications or hors© teams. Besides these, I letters of inquiry to W. P. Gault,  rods of one anid two-horse sleighs I  secre tary, 52 South Grant Avenue  Mrs. J. D. Mullet entertained the  Wednesday evening. The meeting was  ayer, folio short. business meeting. Miss Ella Schantz read an interesting paper on "When the Whole) Church Studies the Bible," after which the time  OM^r^ ^-W^^STtSi ÄeSwSng  and banners, and a large number_of  0if tbjQ local post  brass bands» were In the procession There were 200 men on horse-bask. It was conservatively estimated that there were 10,000 people present,- many elegant turnouts  Christmas Shoppers  t.bf> prize in the «(»nt-fist, Dainty rft-fireshments -were served. ' The next meeting will be held at the home of- Mrs. CI 1 as. Griffith, with Mrs. Carl Falk associate hostess. The  coming fr o m Cleveland, Akron and Shop early and get good selections at k^fts were Mrs. Earl Cox and Miss  other points; to see the procession. Orrville's well known firms, had made preparations f  feed a very large number of —Fancy Xmas Boxes all-sized and Home and School people .but in less than 10 minutes I shapes, 3 cents to 25 cenits. Carl lieasue Meeting the little town's supply was exhaust-1C. Beohtel, druggist. 32tf - Members of the "Home and SchocI)  ed, even ihe cisterns going dry. _ Xm as shopping full of cares-  Loa « ue " coinsistlng of officers, com-  The flag was panted to Summit p^graphecl by Hunter ^d Z'/^T b^Win^ Wed°  countv Uavn tmoivp oiw o o Walnut street school building Wed-  i 18, although the sleighing pave twelve cares. f 3  nesday afternoon. Prof. W. W.  was not the best, Medina county, —Our reduced prices will attract Borden, acting as chairman, gave with Numerous brass bands and fly-  an y elrl or woman who would like  an  interesting talk on the possibil-W haZer«! drove triumphantly into a fresh chic hajt before the holidays.  iti6S oi tlle  League. Mrs. Blanken-Alcron with' m i™e teams,] Santsche's Millinery.  pres ldent of th e e association,  many eight-hors<3 and hundreds of — Th , e  most complete assortment conducted the remainder of the ses-one-horse sleighs. of Holiday merchandise shown in  s *on, urging the importance.of free  The flag is now in the keeping  our  history. Read our ad. Peril-1 interchange o.f thoughts and ideas of Fred K Beckwith, 112 Arling-1  a tein. "33 between, teacher -and parent, show-  to, street, Cleveland, who .drove 6r*\ ^ your i-pectio.^ ^  paved NortlV Main street. The street was completed Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, and eleven days has been con sidered sufficient time to allow the  Perilstein's dry goods store wasl^S ^f 3 to  cure properly and . , . „ . withstand heavy traffic. "Hurrah" entered some time during Tuesday  a -nd when the 1 1-2 mlies is added night. Jewelry and novelties esti-|to it next summer, we should again mated at $50.00 were missing from| sa y "Hurrah!" show cases and shelves when the  place was opened Wednesday morn-1 PLEASANT HILL  ing. An exact list of goods taken Mr. and Mrs. Allen Murray and can probably not be given, but an daughter Loralne spent Friday even-invoice by the proprietor and force i ng at  the home of John Benner. of clerks shows four dozen rings, I . „ , „. .  taken frop three boxes; two dozen Lv ™ i ®, r  i  en « eman  ff» ent  Wednes-mesh bags, several <loz¿n stick and  Thursday In Akron on busl "  beauty pins, three dozen hose sup-1  pouters, a hand satchel and several  Peter  Curie is assisting Ben Hilty dollars in small change were taken I husk his corn, from the store. | John Benner and son George were  How entrance was gained will I business visitors in Wooster Satur-probably remain a mystery, however, I day.  •the screws from thé rod fastenings I Grace Miller is assisting Mrs. in. the transom window were re-1 Ben Hilty with her household duties, moved—evidently by force—froml Mrs. C. J. King went to Shrev.e the wood, and the rod part was Ion Saturday to spend a few days founid on the floor. This would I with her mother, Mrs. Roth, give the burglars easy entrance Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber of through the large transom above I Weilersville, amd Alice Royer, of the west door, but those who were Orrville, spent Sunday with Mr .and early witnesses declare there were Mrs. J. F. Royer and family, no imprints on the window sill to John Royer spent last week with verify the opinion. Marshal Arnold his sister, Mrs. Gerber, a Weilers-states it would have been impossi-1 ville.  ble for any person to pass through Henry Lehman, is on the sick list, the place twice without leaving im-l Leo Lehman spent Saturday even-prints oin the outside' sill, or remov-llng at the home of J. F. Royer. ing the dust therefrom. iSome citi- Bessie Bowers spent last week zens strongly declarjs the burglar with Albert McFadden and family, has a key and only tampers with I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starn, of otherí modes of entrance to deceive Georgetown, spent Sunday with Mr. the public. The two front doors and Mrs. Martin Conirad and family, were closed and securely locked in! Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cocklin the morning when clerks arrived spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. at. tho store. The rear doors and I Ira Fordenwalt and. family, windows which have double protect- Wm. Brown and son Melvin as-ors, were unmolested. The Peril- sisted Amos Conrad In butchering stein store . is amomg the list of I on Tuesday.  business places broken Into during! Jacob Conrad and Amos Ziegler the past years. Twelve years ago assisted Martin Conrad in butcher-the safe was blown and consider-1 ing on Wednesday, able cash stolen. Mrs. Martin Conrad and daughter  Orrville has escaped the annoy- Mildred spent Thursday afternoon a,nce of petty burglarizing for the I at the home of S. E. Hooley in past year and it was hoped the I Georgetown.  fellows who did the wholesale raid-1 w. O. Leach of Medina called on. ing during the past, liad sought J. f. Royer on Tuesday afternoon, other quarters, or better yet, given] Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Royer and up the devilish practice entirely, family spent Tuesday evening at the The best sleuths in. town declare | home of J. W. Conrad there is similarity in the . manner In which all recent burglaries are committed, sufficient to lead them  to believe it's the same, fellow whol John Kornhaus, et al., to> Jacob  lowing committee of teachers and  of Medina's four-horse teams.  He  I our silver ~ ware. Just the thing   W ThlS*st rS tetm' with which HlTw^T ^ ^^  started out ran away With him,  main  ®.  c  ^ ^  6 f  6  to arrange a program to be given  hiimned into a post and one of the —S?e Eshleman & Bechtel if you  in the H igh School assembly room horses waE so badly crippled that want Butchering Tools at the right  at  three o'clock on the second Fri-it had to. b© taken, out. Abomt every P"ce 33 day in January 1914: Miss Ditto,  man or boy in Medina who could —We do our own dry cleaning Miss Weirich, Prof. Copper, Miss handle a horse was out with It, and guarantee all our work. Gem Floy Mead, Mrs. Henry Leickheim, and Beckwlth's'father, hlmsSlf the Dry Cleaning Co. 213 N. Main, St. | Mrs. Irvin, Mrs. Hinderer and Mrs. driver of another four-horse team, I Phone 265 Y. 97tf  REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS  has operated here many times be-|Kohler, land in Sugar Creek twp., fore. Business firms, it is your I $ 1.  duty to. iniapeot -y.our store rooms ait I Simon P. Klefer to Honor S. once anid add such 'protection thatIKiefer, land in Wayne twp., $2892.  he was engaged in business.  DALTON NEWS  Recently I received a letter that read something like this:  New York, N. Y., Oct. 5th. Mr. "Great Monster Sourian," Correspondent of the Courier-Crescent, Box 51, Dal ton, Ohio. Dear Mr. Sauder:  Recently we received at our desk, a copy of The Courier-Crescent, published by the Courier Publishing Co., at Orrville, Ohio.  The Dalton column, on account of it's excellent qualities, attract our attention to such an extent that we have a very attractive proposition for your consideration. We should be pleased to have you present yourself at our office on Oct. 15, next at which time we will make our proposition known to you. We are,  ' Very truly yonrs,  OHIO RANKS FIRST IN  CORN PRODUCING STATES  will baffle marauder.  the skill of the might !  OLD W.& LE. RAILROAD  SHOPS NOW ABAN00NED  would not allow the accident to cause Medina ¡bo be one team short.  Another 1  horse was substituted for the crippled one,—the young driver started out again, and this time made the trip without mishap. He-  carried a load of five people. Every Program Which Will Be Rendered at  I EVERYTHING IN READINESS  FOR THE BIG SHOW  Roou, secretary of the League. AH patrons and friends of the school are requested to be present at the (January meeting.  CHURCH HAPPENINGS.  rig had from five to 20 people and Medina was a deserted village that] day.  LETTERS FOR SANTA CLAUS  Orrville, Ohio. Dear Santa.. Claus:  How are you? Will you please bring me a kerchief and some candy, some oranges, "some peanuts and a dress. I must close from your loving little girl,  Gwendolyn Richeson.  Town Hall Thursday and Friday  Program for tlie Orrville Citizens Band Home Talent Minstrel and Band Concert. Interlocutor—Mr. Herman Dalsky. Ends—Bones Ends—'Tambos  J. V. Lewis J. F. Shepley  Harold Howald H. G. Fulton  chorus  K. W. Kraft, S. R. Brenneman, t. H Gambee, H. L. Zimmerman, W. L-Rohrer, M. H. Huntsberger, Frank Cook, Eli Brenneman, C. P. Donald, H. C. Brenneman, Clyde Rinesmith,;Paul Carr, H E. McCarthy, Ira King, Ray Jones,  presbyterian church ThomasL. Kiernan,minister, residence 223 Ella street  • Sabbath school meets at 9:15. Regular morning worship at 10:30. The Young Peoples' Devotional Service at 6. Evening Service at 7:00 A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services and share with us in the blessings of the Sanctuary.  CHURCH NOTICE  Divine service will be held in St. The old W. & L. E. shops erected I Michael's Ev. Lutheran church near in this city at the time of the con-1 Marshallvllle, next Sunday, Dec. 14, struction of the road in 1882, will|at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School sooin be nothing more than a myth, I at 9:00 a. m. All Sunday School says the Norwalk Reflector. I scholars are requested to be there  Since the fire, which ■ destroyed I promptly on time for practice on the original machine shop, togeth-| Christmas program. Everybody cor er with the wood-working depart-1 dially Invited to come and worship ment and other buildings erected[ with us. from time to time, the only portion  public sale  Dear Santa Clause:  Bring me a street car and, steam j Earl Peters.  ----------first part  Opening Chorus, ' 'In the Land of  catholic church  Rev. G. A. Forst, Canal Fulton, pastor. The regular services will be held at 7:30 and 10 a. m., standard.  boat for Christmas. You don't need to bring me any candy for my Papa has that at his store.  Donald Bowman.  Orrville, Ohio,  Cotton"—Entire Company.  Popular Song, "The Ghost of the Violin"—H. Howald. Ballad, "In the Vale of Dreams"—S.  P. Eshel-  Dec. 2, 1913-1R. Brenneman  Entrance of End Men—Fulton and  -H  Dear Santa:  I wish you to bring me a watch I Lewis and candy and nuts. Santa is & Coon Song, "Ragtime Melodies  good fellow, he gives people good L. Zimmerman  thin®* on Xmas He gives child- Ballad, "When the Sands of the. - „ „  ir . , - f   ren Xm^ things He gives girls Desert Grow Cold"-H. L. Zimmerman, of the Sanctuary. Cultivate the habit of  doUs for Xmas From your to End Song. "When the Midnight Choo church attendance. This habit is a good  202 Mamie St. James Garver. Choo Leaves for Alabam"—J. V Lewis.  one    1 1  Ballad, "AVhen I Lost You"—K. W.  lutheran church M. D. Gaver, pastor. Sunday School 9 a. m. S man, superintendent.  Preaching 10:30 a. m. Subject, "The Gospel:of Good Cheer."  Luther League 6 p. m. Topic, "System in Giving." Leader,Miss Virta Shepp^rd.  Preaching7:00 p. m. Subject, "The Coming ChriSt,' Do not forget nor neglect the worship  Dearest Santa:  Kraft.  christian church Services of the Orrville Christian  I want a blackboard and a nice] Quartet Novelty, "Hymns of the Old _ ____ ,  hair ribbon and two pair of stock- Church Choir"—H. G. Fulton and Quar- L burch m as  follows: lngs and a box of kandy, and a I tet. Bible School at i» a. m. E. E. Schrantz,  pencil and tablet, a hew dress and «na t&ong, "bing iiaueiujan-—j. r. superintendent.  some story books.  Dorothy Curran.  Shepley.  Grand Finale  One letter addr essed to Santa I Claus was typewritten and contained five lines of alphabetical mixture. Evidently the party who] sent it will be contented with most anything dear old Santa sees flit to bring.  Orrville, Ohiof-> Dec. 9, 1913.  Dear Saanta Claus:  Will you please remember me this Xmas; I have been a pretty good girl since you saw me last. Now I ummiM like to have you bring me some boolja and candy, a doll, water colors, a set of furs. Now that Is all for me. Please remember my two little brothers, and pa^a and mamma, i close with lots of love for yo.u. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.  Your little girl, . : Mildred Helen Weaver, 1 ' 409 N. Walnut St.  second part Band Concert Coronation March—Meyerbeer. Overture, "Jolly Robbers'' —Suppe. Selection, "The Prima Donna"—Herbert.  Operatic Gems—Arr. by Dalby. "The Sunny South"—Lampe. March, "Hail, Hail"-Bellstedt.  Costumes from the C. N. Vicary Co., | Canton and Orrville.  All pupils are urgently requested to be present.  Morning service at eleven o'clock, sermon by the pastor, L. E. Fightermaster, Subject, "Our Possessions."  An orchestra will render a special musical .program at the Bible School and morning service. Evening service at 7 p. m.  The public is cordially inyited to all services.  —Is your surplus making you 8 rvftt- rent? I have a proposition to make you. Good real estate for security. Inquire S. A. Huber. Orrville, Ohio. mi* ■ " .  BEEF FROM ARGENTINE REPUBLIC  H. C. Berry will have beef on sale Saturday imported direct from Argentine Republic, South. America. This Is the first meat ever offered for sale In Orrville from a foreign country.. This meat hias traveled nearly 10,000 miles, has been thirty-one days enr route, and can still be sold as cheap as our native meat. 33  POLITICAL  i Wish to • Announce myself a  black bear hat store  The nearness of Christmas before the arrival of good fur selling weather has called for a reduction of price now and we have made a git^uicrrctl 1 eduction m our fun ¿apa*'.-memt. We Ihvite comparison of prices and quality.  THE BYRIDER BROS. CO.  Suilding In Use Since 1882 Has Been Condemned By the. Company  Honor S. Kiefar to Simon P. Kief er, land in Wayne twp., $1971.96.  Rheda Campbell et. al., to Mary Ensminger, proparty in Creston, $200.  MARRIAGE LICENSES John I. Good and Clara Werten-berger, both of West Salem.  Carl C. Beohtol and Edith E. Sohrantz, both of Orrville.  To this letter was signed the name of one of the largesst newspapers in the city. My head, as a result of this letter, began to swell at once, so badly in fact that I feared it would burst, I at once had my life insured, so if my head might burst, I would not die. We will tell yon all about our trip iu our next letter.  H. B. Jameson and Rev. Hnbhell were at Cleveland the first of the week.  Ivan Zigler, one of the engineer's at coal mine No. 25 was badly scalded Monday night by stepping into a barrel of hot water. Dr J. C. Haney rendered the necessary medical assistance.  The ladies of the U. P- church will hold their annual bazzar in the Mossop building, Dec 20th.  Rev. James Steele, D D., of Masstiion preached two good sermons in the U. P. church last Sunday in the absence of the pastor.  Mrs. Rebecca Orr is in Cleveland this week. "  Ouly ten shopping days before Xmas.  An Inter High School debating team is being organized in our high school. Here's hoping they will "pull some wool" over some high school's eyes.  The Philomatheon Literary Society gave their monthly program last Friday afternoon.  The f entertainment given by the schools last Thursday evening was very well rendered. The debate, Resolved, "That there should be a low tariff and an income tax law," was decided in favor of the affirmative. The audience filled the hall.  j T. E. McDowell was a Cleveland visitor Friday.  The debate, "Resolved, That Country is a better place for young people to live than the city," was decided in the affirmative. The election of officers resulted as follows: President, Willis Wingert; Vice Pres., Emmet Feasel; Secretary, Miss Georgia Frut; Pianist, Miss Ada Scott; Critic, Miss Marion McDowell; Chaplain, Glenn M. Sauder.  Bays Demonstrate!! Possibilities ef An Acre During the Past Twm Vpaire  "No other crop produced on the Ohio farm has such a wide an4 diversified U3e aa corn. It is tiaftii on. the farm as a food for both man aiwl beast. It has an important place in some form, on the table ot evCTy town and city dweller to the state. Mush and milk has played an important, part in the life of every boy and girl who- has been brought up on the farm. Nearly per cent of t.he sturdy young men of today are corn-fed. Corn, is the chief diet of nations today. Cora is truly King.  The Ohio Corn Boys home demonstrated the possibilities of an acre within the past two years, -lust to think of it! 13!) bu3hels of shelled corn produced on an acre. In 1912. 92 boys made an. average yield of over 100 bushels per acre, anrl 510 boys made an average yield of 85 bushels per acre. Such records as these are bound to have a decided influence on the future crop in Ohio. The trip to Washington in December, 1912, was a great success.... Tlie trip this year was still greater. Never before has such a body of farmers' boys and girls been given an educational excursion. in the interest of better agriculture, better homes, better schools and better churches.  Ohio takes front rank as a corn producing state. The average yield per acre In 1913., is estimated at  no l.,.. .1. , .1.. rr*i— ____  « O Uuaurw. X UC lAPLil-i i< v L l.'Uli..UlUil,  in round numbers, is estimated at 150,000.000 bushels. The State Corn. Show which is to be held at Mansfield. O., January 27-30, 1914, will be a grand roundup of the latest and best 'in corn production. Premiums to the extent of $1,200.,-will be offered on exhibits of corn, wheat, oats, soybeans, etc. Write to. the Secretary, D. W. Gale-house, Wooster. Ohio, for premium lists, entry blanks, etc.  of the original shops remaining was the ten. stall brick roundhouse.  The roundhouse has been in con stant use since its erection until a  few days ago, when it was con-, ,, „ _ ...  demned ,by officials of the road andh^heast of Orrville, 3 1-2 mi es  abandoned. The interior has beenh^ City, and 3 miles  The undersigned will sell at publi I auction at what Is known "as the Graber & Johnson farm, 7 .miles  stripped of all equipment and the big doors barred on the inside. lit |  southeast of Marshallville, on Thursday, Dec. 18, 1913, the following  is said the big structure will  b e descriebd property to-wit: 6 head torn down in the spring, if not  of  horses consisting of one dapple sooner • I gray registered Percheron stallion  Hereafter when there is not suf-  3  J ear f j   wei f bt 1  e  600  1   lbs  T1 ' 1  "  ficien.it room for locomotives cut sold before day of sale Black  here, of which there are always ^f^f^.^^Jf^  mar S'  16 years  several, in the wooden portion of f 1500 lbs ; Bay mare,  the roundhouse, they will have to  9  years old, weight 1200 lbs.; Bay  ■mare, 10 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; Bay mare, 8 years old, weight  GRAND THEATRE.  Program last three days of this week:  Thursday—"The Dare Devil Moun taineer," two-reel feature, Imp.; "His Conscience,'' Frontier; Animated Weekly, Universal.  Friday—The Girl o' the Woods," two-reel feature, Victor; "A Hidden Love," Crystal; "Success With Defeat," Eclair.  Saturday—"Through Barriers of Fire," two-reel feature. Bison; "The Ring of Sorrow," Victor; "The Lesson the Chil dren Taught," Powers.  stand out doors. It is hinted that  the company  will eventually erect a new round- J300. Gray cold coming 2 years old house in this city and that it will 2 2 head  Guernsey cattle: Registered be located in the east end of the guernsey bun, 7 years old, cow city near the Huron Junction. It? years old, will be fresh in July, is possible that the two acres of heifers coming 3 years old,  land recently purchased may be  wlU be  fresh in December, two  used for this purpose.  GRIM REAPER CLAIMS  BRIGHT SCHOOL GIRL  Tuberculosis Causes Death of Child Who Had Not Entered Her 'Teens  Mary L., the twelve daughter of David A. MeCullough,  cows coming 3 years old, will be fresh in March, two heifers coming 2 years old, will be fresh in February, two heifers coming 2 years old, will be fresh in Mareh, two heifers coming two years old, not bred, three spring calves. 10 head hogs, one registered Poland China sow with 6 pigs by her side, will be old enough to wean by day of sale, three full blood Poland China pigs, weight 200 lbs.; 2 gilts and male. 6 breeding ewes due to lamb year old| in  February. Farming implements  McCormick binder and mower, Ohio  nassert »»v Wednes«?av morning I hay loader - Osborne hay tedder, passed away Wednesffay morning,  m  Hawk corn planter, two 2-  after lingering many weeks i™™\ hws&  cultivators. Oliver sulky plow,  tuberculosis. The child has been  used one season; two Oliver walk-  The following is the program for the week beginning Monday, Dec. 15th:  Monday—"The Big Sister," two-reel feature, Imp , "Western Hearts," Nestor, "Mike and Jake," Joker.  Tuesday—"The She Wolf," 3-reel feature, Bison; "The Old Parlor," Imp.; "Slim Gets the Reward," Frontier.  Wednesday—"Big Hearted Jim," two reel .feature, Eclair; "The Heart of £ Cracksman," Powers; "His Wife's Burglar," Nestor.  Thursday—"The Thumb Print," two reel feature, Rex; "The Girl and the Bandit," Frontier; Animated Weekly, Universal.  Friday—"A Man in the World of Men," 2-rgel feature. Powers; "When Duty Calls." Crystal; "Oh, What Dream," Eclair.  Saturday—"The Cowboy Magnate,"2-reel feature, Bison; "On Pine Mountain," Imp; "From Mine to Mint," Powers.  —Trimmed hats half price. Sant-sche's Millinery. 33-4-5  —See Eshleman & Bechtel tor silverware and all kinds of cuttlery.  BURTON CITY  Misses Mary and Elizabeth Lehman visited in Medina a few days last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGraw and. sons Paul and Harry, of New Galli-lee, are home spending their vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Manning.  Rev. A. MeCullough and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Martin, Leslie and Luella Martin and Vernon Reh.ni were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shenk, Sunday.  Miss Martha So.mmers spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. A. J. Rehm.  Miss Pauline Lorson, after spending a few weeks in Cleveland with her sister, returned home on Sunday evening.  Clarke Phillips of Akron spent Saturd?- and Sunday with his family here. .  Mrs. Priscilla Phillips is on the sick list.  Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Garver purchased the Garver homestead north of town, for $650, at public sale.  A. J. Rehm and M. Horst were at Canton, Saturday attending the horse sale.  WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC.  Articles under this head will be published at the rate of 5c per line the first insertion and 3c per line each insertion afterward. No charge less than 10c.  For Sale—Registered Holstein cow, 4 yrs. old, will be fresh last of December, 1175.00. M. B. Yoder, Dalton, Ohio, RD. 4. 32-3*  Wanted—Apprentice girl for dressmaking. Inquire at 313 "McGill-st. 33-4  For Sale—Pure bred white leghorn pullets and cockerels. D. M. Krupp, Orrville, O. M W O Phone 2 on 77. 32tf  Lost—A door key between Oak and Pine on Main street or between Main and McGill and Pine streets. If found call 250Z. __33  For Rent—One front room. Ladies prefered. Apply in person. 139 E. Market. 33  TAX NOTICE.  After Dec. 22 the undersigned will have the tax sheets of Baughman township, Marshallvifle and Marshallville school district of Chippewa township. On Dec. 26-7 at Simon Walters' vacant house.  candidate for Cilik of Court of I Dec. 29-30- at Burton City. Dec. 31 and Wayne county, suhject to the Demo-1 Jan 1 at Brenneman's grocery, Orrville. oratic primaries io, be held next Balance oi time up to Jan. 7th at Marsh-August. C.W. BIDDLE, I allville. . Bert WeygandT,  My.  on a decline in health for the past h , 3-seotion spring-tooth har year but up to a few weeks agol _ 3_ sectio , n  spike-tooth harrow, was able to be up and about the U  shovel  cultivators, 2 shovel culfci-house. The disease had weakened  vator3 4 _ inch tire  truck wagon, 2-her constitution to such an extent ¡^ ^  farm wa g 0 n, a handy farm ■that she was unable to begin her  wagon with platform>  surrey, top school studies at the opening of the  b new  hay ladder, hay slings,  fall term. The child is survived by  rope> hook  and pulleys; doubletrees, her father and stepmother. Mary s singletrees, clevises, corn sheller, 3-mother, who preceded in death ^^ doubletree, 2 sets of  about six years ago, was also a victim of the terrible disease. The funeral services will be held from the home o.n Fike avenue Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, preached by Rev. T. L. Kiernan. The body will be transported by rail to Appleareek where interment will be made.  work harness, 5 collars and bridles, DeLaval cream separator, heating stove, 200 baskets of corn, Kay by the ton, corn fodder by the bundle. Terms—A credit of 9 months will be given on all sums of $5.00 and over by giving your note, with two sureties approved by the clerk of sale; or 4 per cent off for cash; all sums under $5.00 cash. Sale to  BUTCHERING  ready to d<> butchering at commence at 11 o'clock sharp,_ sun  t   NEW PARADISE  Mrs. Daniel Leichty was a guest at the home of W. A. Fike and family of Wooster last Saturday.  Miss Ebony Steiner was a visitor of Miss Esther Grether last Saturday at the Baab home.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunsberger and son Robert and John LeFever, of Orrville: Miss Frances Frey, of Akron and Miss Blanche Fike, of Wooster, were entertained at dinner in the home of John Steiner la Sunday.  Mr. St. Clare of Burbank was a week-end guest at the Amstutz home.  JViiss Gio.ce Big'cr is-one cf the busy clerks at the five and ten cent store at Orrville.  Alvin Schrock and bride returned from their wedding trip and are accepting the congratulations of their friends.  Mr. Thomas of Wooster called the D. C. Leichty home last Tues-  For Sale—Great Bargain, Hartmail farm, 80 acres, one mile south of Orrville, well tiled, buildings fair, good orchard, some timber, all land tillable. Price $6000. Geo. J. ICrieger, Wooster, O. 32t4  Wanted—Raw furs, highest market price paid. J. E. Conner, Orrville. 32tf  Wanted —To rent, a dwelling house with barn, by April 1st, 1914. Farmers phone 1US 19 Marshallville, O. 31-4»  For Sale—Modem home. Fair street. _  For Sale—Driving horse. F. C. Hall, Orrville, Ohio.  Apply 122 31tf  Inquire of 31tf  Am  any time. Prices r butoherin.g. Also hides. Address A.  33« • 33-4-5 M. W. & 0.13.  /  Marshallville. nq. 2, Orrville, Ohl-  . . A " "  day.  sensible. Beef time. Free lunch for dinner. Chas. j Mr. and Mrs. John Steiner return-ill buy your Miller and C. E, Henshauh, Auots.; gd to their home near Orrville after Begert R D. Jacob Musser and G. W. Worntz,' spending several weeks at their 33tf Clerks. ENOCH SPRUNGER. t2 farm aear Goorgetowa.  /  For Sale—Eight room house, corner S. Main and Oak street. Call or address J. Huntsburger, South Walnut, st. 31-30*  For Rent—Very productive farm ^ south of Orrville to a man who is able to " stock it well and knows how to farm. Address R H., Courier-Crescent, stating your qualifications and references. " 31-3  Wanted —Capable men to sell a high, grade line of Teas, CofFees, Slices, Extracts, Baking Powder, ana grocenr specialties. Liberalcommission allowed, permanent position with excellent opportunities for advancement. Must be able to furnish good reference and small bond Call on or address, M. L. Miller, 22V Second Si. , 3. E-, CauUm, G. 31-3  _______- -w  For Sale—Corner tot, No. 914 W. Church St., $450 cash. Address Geo. L. Null, Brewster, O. 30X10*  For Sale—Female cooa and skunk hound. Also three male pups Farmers phone 1L3S 26 Smithville. E. A. Murray, 3 mi. N. W. Orrville. SQtoJan.!*  Butchering—Am now ready to do your butchering. Make your dates «urhr. D. P. Kino, Farmers* 6 ©a 23»  Sauthville, Ohio. V Kti  1    

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