Canton Morning News in Canton, Ohio
13 Sep 1906

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13 Sep 1906

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Canton Morning News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Canton, Ohio In pct a a Ric salaries decried by methodist Bishop who sends his surplus to China every year. A Tsofi amp sri sept �--bi8h�?op of Ashford addressing the East Ohio conference of the methodist episcopal Church decried fancy salaries. He la id every Dollar of his salary except a at essential for comfortable living is Gelli to China every year. Firemen thrown out. Ism rial the morning news. Youngstown 0 sept. 12.�?a team of horses drawing firemen in route to a fire dashed into a Telephone pole throwing All to the ground. Steinfurth was seriously Hurt. Lieut pythian stricken dead. Kue Cial to morning new a. A 1 canal Dover. Of. Sept. 12 a John bitter bark elected major of the eleventh regiment Ohio division uniform rank of knights of pythias last week died suddenly of heart disease while at work i a rolling Mill tonight boy commits suicide. Aerial to morning news. Salem 0., sept. 12�?donald Baker 15 years old committed suicide last night by shooting himself in the head. Hell amt prof. Rea tells where and when to look for the mysterious heavenly visitor. If during a Clear evening anyone a will Trace a line from the first Star in the handle of the great dipper now in the Northwest past the North Star and continue the line about the same distance to a Constellation having the form of a distended a a we or to some the shape of an inverted chair and then bring Iii gaze downward to font stars forming a Large Square his eyes will rest upon the great Square of Pegasus. In this Square is the location of the Anet lately discovered and which is moving slowly northward toward la North pole and in that Region of tin1 sky will the Comet be seen should it approach near enough to the Earth he seen with the naked Eye a Prole i. In upon which astronomers Are not vet certain. Anti Drudge Fels naptha stands absolutely alone. Out of the hundreds of hungry soaps it is the Only one which has Ever lifted any of the Burden of Wash Day. It has been imitated scores of times but not one of the imitations has Ever done what Fels naptha does. Their similarity begins and ends with the name. Fels naptha soap does away with the boiling and the hard rubbing. It gets the clothes on the line in half the time and with half the Labory and they re whiter cleaner and sweeter in than they could possibly be washed in any other Way. But cold or lukewarm water must be used according to the easy directions on the red and Green wrapper or Fels naptha is Little better than other laundry soaps. Fels naptha can to harm anything. There is nothing in it which can irritate the skin or Hurt the most delicate lace. Why Anty Drudge a picture hangs in the working girls room. First girls Quot say Jenny How do you manage to Wash All the the things you do in your boarding House they on to let me do it in mine. Besides if they did i get boiling water second girls Quot Well ill Tell you Mary. They give me hot water Here but i done to need it. I use Fels naptha and cold water. I soak my Collar bands cuffs handkerchiefs and what not for a few minutes or so in Fels naptha soapsuds they re two thirds done. All in be got to do is a gentle rubbing and rinse them out. Best of All bands and cuffs Wear twice As Long As they used to. You try it. Anty Drudge put me on to the new Way of washing. That a Why her picture occupies the place of Honor in my All grocers sell Fels naptha soap. The Only part of Fels naptha soap that can be imitated is the name. Canton township depository. A at a meeting of the trustees of capful township wednesday afternoon tile Canton savings amp Trust co. Was selected As the depository for the township funds their bid being 2 6-10 i a 0 it on daily balances. The Only other bid was that of the first National Bank at 2 per cent. New town to be located East of Alliance. New York sept 12.�?with the Well regulated motion of an evenly balanced piece of mechanism the a depend i acres of land taken to called Thelma claims of the projectors. To Clement Sexton of 904 East Tusca re was Street left last evening for South Bend ind., where he will at Tiad notre Dame University. Alliance o., sept. 12.�?it is about Enre leagues anti machine convention settled Here that a new town will be tonight upset All Hopes of the new located East of this place. The Mann Street car indicator and advertising co., who have been prospecting for a site for the location of their Plant for some weeks have Al it does t pay to take chances in buying shoes its so easy to get poor shoes. Shoes Are made in almost every a1 he 11 Union. Some Are Good in Are bail and some dreadful. I does not pay to take chances when you can go to a reputable shoe store and to assured that a Quot Are getting proper return for it our Money we done to like to say that our honesty is Only the result >1 policy but we will say that were w 9 los it honest our intelligence Vovou d prompt us to Deal with customers so Well that they would come again All sorts of shoes except the had sort Are Here for your inspection. Menus shoes,.$1.50 to $5.00 women s shoes $1.50 to $4 children s shoes 50c to $2.50 i 309 e Tuscarawas St social events go Delinger King. Ernest Guirlinger the East Tuscarawas Street confectioner was United in marriage at 9 o clock wednesday morning to miss Selina King daughter of mrs. Alice King of 600 Center Street. The ceremony took place at St. Mary s Church on South Market Street solemn High mass being read by Rev. Father Hassel. A have Marie was beautifully Sung by miss Sarah Lavon during the offertory. The bridesmaid was miss Emma King sister of the Bride while Tho Groom s Best Man was his brother Austin. At the close of the ceremony the wedding party was served with an elaborate breakfast at the Home of the brides Mother. Both Bride and Groom Are numbered among the Many popular Young people of Canton and their legion of friends extent Heartiest congratulations and Best wishes. Birthday Surprise. Sugar Creek sept. 12.�?a pleasant Surprise was tendered d. D. Beechy saturday evening by the members of Tho band and their families it being his 48th upset York let democrats for a fusion ticket by nominating a full slate of state officers headed by William r. Hearst the leagues candidate for governor. It is Nally decided on Brandy a crossing doubtful if the memory of the oldest on the line of the Stark electric rail Delegate at tile convention could re-1 Way about i i Miles West of Sebring Call scenes of Wilder enthusiasm than the option taken on the land there be those which attended tonight s action ing closed on tuesday the object it is said is the founding of a new town and the promoters claim that within a period of five years 3000 men will be employed there and hundreds of new houses Homes for its people will be erected. The lands upon which option has been taken and closed embrace ail that lying Between the Stark electric and the fort Wayne railway from the Mahoning River East to tile East line of the Byers farm East of the Bandy Road crossing together with a Large acreage South of the Stark electric lines the entire tract comprising j about 200 acres. The parties from whom the land has been secured is As follows Elmer whits Ere 90 shares Fred Zurbrugg. 25 acres Henry Bandy 27 acres Henry Shaffer 5 acres William Tombaugh 25 acres Joseph first 18 acres Jacob bleary 15 acres this being from the Byers farm w. Ii. Merrick eight lots. Or. Merrick Lias close to 8 acres platted into lots at this place Ami the entire tract is surrounded by lands upon which option has been taken. Of the entire amount of Laud Alliance capital secured 57 acres of the number at a Cost of $6000, they taking Stock in the new Enterprise in a sum equal to that investment. On these 57 acres the buildings of the now Plant Are to be erected. Tho maim Street car indicator is a Dovice which is suspended from the ceiling in the Center of the car showing in Plain letters Tho next Stop j this name is on both sides of the indicator facing the doors Aud in Plain View of All passengers in the car so 1 that there Call be no mistake or miss j lug the Stop at which you wish to alight. On each indicator just Over the name if the Street or Stop there j is space for an advertisement. The j a a ads change automatically with the name of the Street. At each change a Bell attracts the passenger s attention. The indicator is manufactured so it can be operated either by Magnet or compressed Nir. Compensation from the advertising in connection this being Given to the advertiser at a Cost of but one cent per Day including designing and 1 printing the volume of advertising done being the recompense to the indicator people. Civil engineers were on the ground Friday setting stakes in behalf of the company getting bearings Etc., and will be Here again today. The management have announced that lumber for the erection of the first buildings would be immediately ordered and placed on the grounds at once for the beginning of work. A railway siding therefore will necessarily be built at once. The site of the new town and Enterprise is an Ideal one by reason of railway facilities and also in the Way of water the Mahoning River flowing at its Side while a Public and Well travelled thoroughfare runs North and South directly through the lands secured. Two buildings will be erected at once a machine shop for the factory being first to be Given attention the dimensions of this being 120 by 25 feet. The second building will be for a tri color lithograph printing Ami engraving Plant also 120 to 25 feet. Besides these will also to the auxiliaries such As engine House boiler room Etc. The officers of the company Are p. J Matin president c. A. Hill vice president John Elias Jones treasurer and a. W. Hargett Secretary the Industry being capitalized at $5,000,000. The company hold patents not Only in this but in a number of foreign countries. Peter j. Matin the president of the company is the inventor of the device. The new town will be called Thel j a City in Honor of the name of a daughter of the inventor. The first in Quality purity and popularity in the Home brew. You can to beat it for deliciousness wholesomeness or general All around exo Ellenna it is a Boon to the weak a soother for the nervous and a tonic for the appetite. It is the favorite drink with connoisseurs for its Fine flavor As a dinner beverage. The Home brewing co Bell 96. Stark 186. We Appeal to the highest court our customers for a justification of our claim that we do the very Best Grade of plumbing at reasonable prices. Chamois amp co. Wernet Block. Roth phones 677. A fall of a sudden which London last Winier was one of Sud esses of the season Aud had a notable run at the Duke of Yorkus theatre. The play is modern and deals with English types in English environment. Ladies literary club. New Berlin sept. 12.�?the ladies literary club met monday evening at the Home of miss Florence Shanafelt on Fulton Street. The meeting was one that had been postponed from the preceding week on account of the death of mrs. Lebeau. The program was opened by a review led by mrs. Coleman. A Salmon fisheries Quot was the topic discussed by mrs. J. J. Snyder. She also read an excellent Papor on a the simple mrs a a. Hissed read a descriptive paper on a cities of the Roll Call was answered by the submission of conundrums to be guessed. After the program refreshments were served by the hostess. Arrival of Kitty played to a Small audience at the grand opera House last night. By a Clever plot in which Tho perplexing question a who is who a was continually presenting itself coupled with some refreshing humor a the arrival of Kitty entertained a Small an Zience at the grand opera House last tors in Broadway new York pity where he will be associated with the special soliciting fore under general Eastern freight agent Nat Duke. Tho Many friends won during his Long As Socie Tion with the company presented to or. Mills on saturday a handsome watch Fob As an expression of their appreciation and Good wishes. The vacancy caused by or. Mills. Promotion has been filled by the a night. After three acts of distressing to nement As chief clerk of A Mac not to say laughable circumstances everybody was United and a they All lived happily Ever Edward Bow ers in colonel in of Franklin and Byron Shively and the wife of Cleveland spent sunday with John Bower a. Leroy Saffel and family and Mother and e. G. Weaver and wife Henry Weaver and wife and Daisy Roberts and son spent sunday with i a. N. William Weaver and wife. Lackawanna Man promoted. A a. Mrs. Mary and Bolly grist called i Tedei Lek s. Mills who has been j at John Bowel s and Henry Klein a with the Lackawanna Railroad for a Friday. Most 20 years the last few of which Orva Glass and wife visited Jacob it is chief Dei k in lie Eisei amp a freight j Jahss .jr., sunday depart Merit in new York City has Janies King and wife called on by been promoted to the position of con Ward King sunday. To acting freight agent with head Quad Adam Bower and family of near the company s offices at i Golem were calling near our Village Bell successfully played the part of tin a business Mau Quot always in a pot of trouble Walter Chester in Billy Brown masqueraded in female attire with a truly a feminine Grace Quot Henrietta Crosman. While chief interest in the attract motor j Tion at Hie grand opera House on saturday evening will be entered in under the plans of the management these indicators will he placed in Street cars at no Cost whatever to the railway people they reaping their Henrietta Crosman whose appearance is always a most pleasurable event no Small share of attention is merited by the comedy she will offer Millan for five years chief clerk in the office of division freight agent i Learoyd and general Eastern freight agent Duke. Announcement is also made of the appointment of h. S. Giles As Chiel of Tariff Bureau of Tho general freight department of the iat Kawanna Railroad. New Chambersburg. Saturday. E l Reed and Alpheus Albright spent the past week at Columbus. Fred Consol is spending a few Day at Home from Columbus. Or. And mrs. Levi King and e. A King and family spent sunday with Leander King. John l. Hima who bus been ill is Able to sit up Peter halon hag rented the d. M. Binger farm. Rosa Hiram and Louisa Ruff spent sunday with their parents. Mrs. John a. Summers and mrs. Roy aligns called at Henry Klein a Friday. Stanley Reed and family spent sunday with John Reed. Mrs. Jessie Bowman and son and her father Frank Campbell spent sunday with William Campbell mrs Elrita Bower is on the sick list James Suie while driving recently new Chambersburg sept. 12.�? met an automobile. His horse became the soldiers held their reunion at the frightened and threw him from the Chapel saturday. Quite a Large at juju orgy several ribs were fractured and he was badly bruised. Eliza Woolf Mads a trip to Minerva Tendance Good services and music. 1 William Bower and family of Bayard Theodore Sheekley Aud family monday

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