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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 4, 1909, Canton, Ohio News of this Vicinity. Rhooe8. Atwater. I amp continuation of studies of Japan. Good attendance. The program was was a paper on Fol a hell in caring for a Rhodes feb 2 about 75 people attended the dim social Grid by the a indies Ald society of Myers Church at the Home of Arnold Cheyney last thursday oven i 5. The evening was spent in music panics and amusements. A neat sum was netted and All report a very pleasant evening the society will Iii to at the Patch again next Wek. Mrs Lucy Kohnle of Warren is visiting relatives .11 this Vicinity. Or. And . Samuel Smith and daughter Florence and master Harold i Olllnger of a Arr were the guests of or. And j .1 a it it Fly or. Sunday. William shilling of Massillon visited his parents or and . J i. Shilling sunday. Horn to or add Man a daughter. Becoming exceed grandchild who had fallen from a chair saturday suffering several bruises John Thomas an aged lady of this place became suddenly seized with palpitation of the heart plating her in a very Sci Tous condition she is reported impeding a this writing. Or. And Lohn rink spent hat inlay and sunday in Massillon a handkerchief Bower was Given . Cella Northrop by Many of her f 1 lends last week. Word was received this week from Charles Kaufman who but this plat e last september for South Carolina to attend school that lie is progressing nicely. I Buttam it Farrell preparing to move near Canton. Literary exercises at the sixteen school Friday evening were Verv Well attended lie senior debate resolved a that the government of great Brit i Aln is Superior to that of tin i h i waa affirmed by i., la. Harr of i i Cen Ville and c i. Suavely of six teen and denied by de Forest shilling Olma Hilton and c l. Baer of stall a Wood. No meeting v. Ill in held until Friday. Fob lit on account of tile Lincoln Day Cen Umili to in held on feb. 12. Cre Parat ions arc now on foot for the Lincoln s Day Centennial to be held Al sixteen february 12. Sketches readings and dulls no being prepared an eminent Spca Kei will deliver the urday and sunday with her parents or. Aud or. James saner. Mrs. Emma Davis is improving slowly. Grover Martin is spending a few Days with his sister and brother in Cleveland. Or and . Orva Glass and child of Alliance Are the guests of his parents or. And . Jacob Glass or the Knox and went township insurance co., met at the Home of kl-1 Mer Kings. Saturday. Mrs Daniel Ruff and . Albert Ruff called on their sister . Mary Milbourn saturday. Stanley Reed and family called on bus parents or. And . John a. Reed Hunny. I John b. Helm and Emmet Smeren made to trip to Moultrie monday Unorio ing. Daniel Burger returned Home from Cleveland monday after spending a few Dayh with his daughter Zoe or. And in it Glass called in her parents or. And . Jacob Yeagly. Clem Miller is confined to tile House with chickenpox. George Reamer of Alexander was hero monday. Formed from a Here saturday . P. Dibble returned protracted visit with her children in Alliance saturday. Mrs is Stickle of Alliance who Cut the Ball of her Eye by breaking a the Imperial family of was read by . H. C. Price Atwater feb. 2�?a gun club afternoon. I a women of Japan Quot was the topic of the life of a Jap described by . Mrs. D. Steele arise girl Quot was f. M. Anese boy a paper by Schiltz a Tea houses of Japan. Receiver appointed. An application for the appointment the consolidated realty company to Carrie Pearson lot 3839, Canton Evans a one Day with a. Jap or vet or Quot. Denniston. Who miss mid i conducts a plumbing establishment in Ber glasses has endured All kinds of option read by e. . I yesterday afternoon torture in having the proud flesh Roger Kelly entertained with a reel p be Nelston 8. W. Warner a Sis Broth Suffield. Aud family a to the Clair farm an i address. It is a la the Only affair of this Kin in the township upon the anniversary of the great birth and a Larr it turnout i the a whirlwind johnnies Ball team were Defeated by High team Friday by a a Titi Learned to be held Hundredth martyrs expected in Basket the Myers score. Suffield. Feb. 2 miss Flora Fos blender . Lutz. Mrs. Marshal1 Martin and daughter Rolt a and . Brlas Robin atone . Visitors at the Home of h w. I a Man and sinter miss Ann Layman and . Jane Bowers thursday. George Smith of Brimfield spent sunday with his Mother . Mae Smith and family. After spending several weeks Altu her son prof. Oscar Himebaugh and family of Akron. Mrs. Lav Ina Grille returned to Lier Nome Here i t Lay. Miss Mary Hawk a Mogadore spent the week with Betel Wei Sun and family. Charles Thrift is visiting relatives a Indiana. Mph Anna Fox of Akton spent Stan Day with Lier Parent. Or. And William Fox. Or f e. Sch ii Iedel and son Ralph it i Kent were visitors with her i ends. Or. And flank Ewell. Fred Fritch of Akron was a sunday visitor Wii i relatives in tile Village. The i. C a. Will hold a meeting the his of or curl tuesday. I business trip pari9. Oscar Hirae of Akron were of . Allinie Paris feb 2 the Paris township teachers Institute will he held in the Paris schoolhouse Friday evening Tho first Institute for the year was held at the Stone pole last monday evening and was very interest Long miss Ethel Booth of Canton return de Lime after spending several Days with hoi Mother Eddie Booth. We wish to rot rent an error in la t weeks Issue. Rile lecture a t Ile open switch will in Given los or George Wilson in the m e Church hat Rilay it veiling. Feb. To instead of monday evening fell. K. Or. And . Marion Molvig and family spent sunday at die Homo of v a. Sheatsley. Or. And j. L Powell and children or. And la e. Slier and son Paul. Or and . Lewis Shively or and . Harry mat and James Shearer and wife came to the Home of or and . It m. Steer. Friday evening and gave . Slier a pleasant Surprise reminding her of her birthday they also brought with them a Supply of oysters Ami assisted . Kaler in preparing supper. A pleasant evening was enjoyed the literary hell saturday evening was fairly Well attended considering the inclement weather. Or. And . J. L Powell and children and or. And mis Myers partook of a Turkey dinner it the Home 01 or. And . Err i Sefert Hominy miss Lula met or spent Friday at the Homo of or and . Rufus Heim. Homer for was a Canton caller saturday. At the Horn afternoon. P. Ii Blither mad j to Akron thursday. Professor and Haugh and son Ellis visitors at the Bonn i Hugh s parents Lewis Hawk and wife from Friday until sunday. Miss i Aud la Boosinger spent saturday and sunday Slih her father Finley Boosinger at Brimfield. The third number of the lecture course Given at the town Hall saturday evening pleased a Large audience. No services at the reformed Church sunday sunday school us usual at Hostetter District. On Home Church at Tim pro West Brookfield. Or. A i guests of Ida . Brain Mary West Brookfield feb. I Richard Morrison Are relatives at Wooster Henry Friend and . Were guests sunday of Friend of Canton or. And . Maxwell bugler of Akron spent sunday with tile former s parents or. And . Matthias bugler. Miss Mamie Kiplinger and miss Olivia Bossier who Are employed at the Akron rubber works were guests of friends Here sunday. M and . Jacob Brant were Massillon visitors sunday. Or. And . J. Friend of Massillon visited relatives at Brookfield sunday. Frederick Soong of n guest at the Home Peter Wolfe sunday. Harmon Schlusser miners convention id. The misses Clara of Massillon were guest John Craft sunday. Clarence h. Blunts a student at Wooster University was the guest saturday and sunday of his parents or. And . John Blum. Frank Walter Ami Ross Bernard and miss Mamie Rohrback of Cleveland were guests sunday of Tho Rev. Father Weckel pastor of St. Barbara s Church. Hostetter District feb. 2�?. John Rece was transacting business in Minerva. Saturday. Rev. W. R. Ward of Minerva called on a number of parishioners Here thursday. Miss Lillian Hawken spent saturday and sunday with Charles Beta and Fil mily. William Orwick called folks recently. Frank Hay Nam attended Bayard last week during traded meetings. Mrs. Quinn of Canton visited thins a Day with her Cousin my s. Daniel Hay 1 Nam. I miss Mary Carson was a Minerva caller sat urday. Little Mildred Ford has been very sick the past week. The Little daughter of or. And . William Baughman who has been very ill with pneumonia is slowly recovering . Elmer Waynant is slowly convalescing. Tile Luther Christian Endeavor of Minerva called at a arsons Friday evening presenting a Fine teachers reference Bible and carnations to Harvey i aug. And made an enjoyable evening that will not to forgotten by the recipient. Andrew Sutton has been suffering with rheumatism the last week. Burned therefrom to save the sight. Mrs. Stella Mattoon Cleveland returned Home Friday after a visit with her Mother . Craig Ter . Sardus Loomis and Ere g. A. And m. P. Craig. A firm from Beloit have been look ing for a site Here for a Basket factory employing 40 men and women. T j. Spires offers them four acres East of the c. A p. R. R for 4 it a and h. H. Woolf has land on oppo site Side for Sale. The Penna co. Will soon build a Fence Between the two tracks opposite the depot Here with a Gate therein which will be opened Only five minutes before arrival of northbound trains. This will do away with considerable danger in the promiscuous running Back and Forth at All times during passage of trains both ways. Such a Fence Lias already i been built at boo town. Earny Hamlin and hairy Fox will reduce Hie sap to syrup of the 150 i Trees of Aaron Betts sugar Bush. 1 . Jamison took her husband to Bim Arine Friday for 9 of clock train on his Way to Apple Creek to attend the funeral of a brother. Raymond Rorabaugh has sold his personal possessions and left neighbourhood no one including Mother knows where. Miss Hart Ell teacher at Almaville. And miss Emma Hicklen teacher at Deer Creek school had a joint spelling school Friday night. When miss Hartzell pronounced the words miss Hicklen spelled Down and vice versa. Then to decide the a rubber a Bertha Hicklen pronounced and her sister Emma beat out. From reliable sources it appears that an sex school Wagon Driver who lost Ilia lucrative Job $35.00 a month last Winter is making strenuous efforts to make life a Burden for ills successor. Going so far it is alleged As to threaten to use fire arms. Attends meetings of the school Hoard and harangues them away into the night. Wont patronize the Wagon but sends his Little boy two Miles another direction afoot and makes the lad do chores after night and get up before 5 of clock and work til school time. Yet this Parent has had lege education is the old True that. A a Little learning dangerous thing a a John Kaufman of Alliance. To town monday on his Way bus sick father of Randolph. The c. B Dilley family a 1 Brough an epidemic of tons ills. I Mary and Jane at of. Union College j each were Home a week with it. Then the youngest. Ruth took a whack at j it. But there was enough left Over for sin and Charley sort of a system they had tackling it one at a 1 line. W. K. Mendenhall has been a victim of weary wanderers this Winter j tottering under top heavy Tankage. 1 heard a noise other evening. Found 1 a party tumbling about like a Cluck-1 Jeu with its head Cut off in Woods cast of House. Had no hat on but got him into Road when he saw Grant Shoop s Light. Quot Jake keeper s Glim a lie called it and dabbled Westward. Win. Found the hat next Day. Another night a hum asked for use of his spare bed. They compromised on the Hay mow but w. slumbers were not sound that night. J. E. Wilhelm life insurance agent Atlanta ga., arrived at Alliance sat to Brown is confined to her tation. Roll Call was answered As a my labor saving . W. F harsh of Chicago Iii., was calling on old friends Here last week. Miss Ona Lozier has been visiting in Cuya hoga Falls. Or and . Vogt and children were sunday guests of Akron friends. Mrs. Becher and miss mouser have been visiting at East Sparta. Mrs. J. R bed. Mrs. L. J. Sobrane and Roush went to Cleveland saturday to visit friends the monthly meeting of the Plain township trustees was held in their office Here saturday. The township Hoard of education met in regular session on monday in the interest of the township schools. Miss Melanie Siler of Canton visited miss Richards sunday. Meetings Are being held each evening this week in the reformed Church prior 10 communion service next sunday. The last for the present building. Lincoln memorial services Are announced for next sunday evening in the Christian Church under the auspices of the g. A. R. Special instrumental and vocal music. Address by Rev. Chapman. The next number in the Stin Shlono lecture course will be Given Friday the 12th. Lecture by or. J. B. Watson. County sunday school convention meets feb. 19 and 20 in new Berlin Christian Church. Or. Joseph Clark of Columbus o., will make three addresses. Other speakers Cogan supt. Morris . Revs. Buxton and bigger. By and $2650. Aaron b. Fritsinger and wife to Mario detail no part Southeast que sir Ter Section 4 Lawrence township and part out lot 5 in canal Fulton. $500. John a. Johnston and Mary Johnston to William Hauxwell part of Southeast Quarter Section 9, Lawrence township $400. Anna Denniston i f. J. Poto. The plaintiff Anna Den i Niston in her petition says that on or about january 27. 1909, the defend ant w. R. Denniston left said business 1 and since that time no one has been j in charge and that unless some one has lower to act that the property will be lost and she will be unable to Mateie get her Homestead exemptions or the creditors be unable to receive payment for their claims. To the Hest knowledge of the plaintiff the Book accounts and Stock Are Worth a lace proximately $1500 while the amount of debts aggregate about $1400. Mostom suspects Wehe released Edward Clancy and Scott o Donnell were the names Given by the two men who were arrested and held in Youngstown for the Canton police department. It being the belief of the Canton officers that they had been implicated in robberies committed in this City with Fred Hodgis who is now in James i. Richard was appointed re j the county jail for burglar izing the Celver by judge Harter his Bond being placed at $4000. The court also appointed Hugh Blakely John and Thomas Castanien As appraisers seeks a divorce. Burton z. Clay has brought suit in common pleas court against Blanche Clay Leges that he married Al e. Beard meat Market. These men were brought Back from Youngstown by Whitta detective Bour tuesday afternoon Aud arrangements were made at once to establish their identity. Hodgins was brought Over from the county jail and the two men were stood Liefer divorce j fore him. Hodgins said immediately plaintiff Al that they were not the men known As the defendant j a clan Cyl and a Sully Quot and shortly of nov. 5, 1903 and Terwanda both were dismissed. Chief in Grove City a. That two children Bertha and Ethel of police Smith provided both of them i aged four and five respectively were 1 born of the Union. Further that de fondant has wholly disregarded her marital duties and has been absent for three years past. Theatre remains closed. Judge Ambler in common pleas Are Jay Meredith court yesterday morning refused to Grant a temporary injunction to manager Collins of the Columbia theatre of Alliance against mayor Mcconnell and the state of Ohio to prevent the operation of an order issued by mayor Mcconnell closing the play House in that City until certain changes were made looking towards the safety of j the Public with a Good warm meal and gave them tickets to Youngstown they leaving Over the Stark electric lines for Alliance. Edward Clancy said that he had never been in Canton before in his life but of Donnell admitted that he was Here before and had been arrested on a charge of intoxication. Of natural Cis co. East Sparta. Wooster feb. 2�?the affairs of the there appeared to be no grounds to Modican Oil and co., Are in the a col saying is a Arne to see going East Sparta feb. 2�?miss Hahn of i Canton visited at the Home of mr., and . F. A. Esterly several Days last week the entertainment Given at the Rice Feterly Hall saturday evening by Ash Davis cartoonist was very interesting and entertaining. In spite of the very inclement weather a Large number were present. He is certainly an adept at sketching As was demonstrated during his lecture. David Hoon and family of Canton Simit sunday at the Home of . Hoong a patents or. And . Jacob Fogle. Miss Hazel Schlott of 1215 West North Street Canion visited friends in town several Days last week. Phil. J. Bernower and or. Stocker lumber dealers of Canton were in town Friday afternoon looking up a site for a Branch of the lumber oust Ness at this place an acquisition much. Needed and one that will be highly appreciated. John Holshoy of Mineral City was in town on business tuesday. Miss Mabel Smith is on the sick list with a Case of grip. Lester Meiser is handling her school during her sickness. Mrs. A. L. Sarbach visited sunday at the Home of . And mis. Jacob Fogle. Miss Cable of Canton was the guest of her aunt . Ida Haskell saturday. Jacob Steiner of Canton spent saturday night and sunday at the Home of his Mother West of town. Miss Cora Kinney is improving some Grant a restraining order by the court As it could not be shown that the j Public was damaged by the closing order. But might be benefited thereby should a fire envelope the Interior of the opera House. Immediately after the hearing manager Collins telephon-1 a Jujj led to Alliance announcing that theresucj1 i would be no shows in the Columbia theatre this week. Or. Collins will be the one to suffer As he had booked an unusually number of Good shows for this week and to him it is a serious loss. Attorneys Hart amp Koehler were the counsel for manager Collins. Motion for new trial. The Northern Ohio Light amp traction co. Not satisfied with the verdict returned monday afternoon by a jury in which or. Louis e. Menuz of Massillon was awarded damages amounting to $160h. Has filed a motion for a new trial through his attorneys Welty amp Albaugh partial account filed. Louis a. Loichot and James r. Mclaughlin assignees in Trust for the Benefit of the creditors of the Farmers Bank of Canton have filed in probate court the second partial account. The total claims aggregate $301,907.89 and at the present time there is a Cash balance of $1.3,957.53 which would be sufficient to nearly a four per cent dividend but on account of cer hands of sheriffs in Wayne Licking Holmes Summit Knox and Medina counties. While this is True Consumers of should not be alarmed because of this condition As there is no danger that the Supply of shut off at any Point at least was the Assurance Given Abo say Bolt manager for the company at Wooster when notified of the attachments by the general manager at Akron Early monday morning. The order of attachment which was received sunday by sheriff William Caskey was issued by the common pleas court of Medina county on saturday. The claims on which the order was issued Are due the Lamberton National Bank of Oil City pa., and aggregate nearly $100,000. Sheriff Caskey on monday morning took charge of the business in Wooster and the county. The at i pachment of course covers All the property of the Modican Oil and co., in Wayne county of any sort whatsoever. Rents made and Only waiting for Able weather to plat off a portion of his farm recently purchased of Ueo Ige Evans into town lots. _ Randolph. Urday afternoon and stopped Over it sunday with his sister . M. L. Maxwell. North Union Avenue. He after a severe attack of pneumonia came to Marlboro monday morning William mauler has All arrange with c. B. Dilley. J. Al is returning Home from Indianapolis. Raised in Marlboro he sold books in the South for years becoming general agent and very successful. If j. E. Made 12 Calls per Day and did no to make to sales it was a poor Days work. He married a Southern Beauty of Atlanta and is making everybody South of the Mason and Dixon line Safe with life insurance insofar As he is Able and he is very Able. He will visit a week with brother j. And father. Bolo Man and Cousin Elihu Wilhelm sister Susie Dilley Cousin Hisey and other Marlboro. N Timo re and Atwater friends. Hunting Driver who sold Wagon a have Yob a darned Black Nigger locked up Here a said William Otey another coloured Man when he entered Tain real estate now in process of Sale 1 he police station tuesday night. Otey it is not Likely that the court will said Thal he resided at 408 Odd Row order an additional dividend until the said real estate has been sold and other assets realized. Divorce granted. A divorce decree was granted yesterday afternoon by judge Harter to Catherine Lorenz from Edward Lor Enz on the charge of extreme cruelty. And that he was in search of William Christian also coloured who had been working for him. Christian was hired to drive a Wagon for Otey and started out As usual tuesday morning. During the afternoon the horse came Home alone having his harness still on his Back. When Otey made some inquiries about his Driver he Learned that Christian had traded his Good Wagon attorneys Shields amp Pomerene represented the plaintiff while attorneys off Tor a in 0r one and that he had received $12 in the bargain. Sterling and Brancher were the counsel for the defendant. Lizzie a a bal East Greenville. East Greenville feb. 2�?dr. J. F. Pumphrey of Massillon and or. Frank Kunz of our Village perform 1 allies Elliott a Eye which has Troub Hil operation on the five year old Side rally lately is much led him better. A number attended the revival services at Minerva lugs of lust week. Mrs. Mary Baughman and . Jerry Haynam of Myers the former a daughter . Haynam recently. Lutheran the even sister visited Daniel Otterbein. Son of or. And . Taliesin Bedwards on wednesday. I he operation was successful and the child is getting along nicely. Jacob Dettweler who had a Veri severe attack of pneumonia and pleurisy is a Little better at this writing. Lookout Council no. 48, or. U. M visited Lincoln Council no. A a Richov ill of or. Ami was m is. Attending tin Indianapolis and Lena Sibil k of or Aud Otterbein feb. 2�?a. R. Eversole. Of t Airo Lias bought Bis fathers old fat in now owned by de. Holm and will move about the 1st of March. Or. Holm has bought j. M. Lowenst lne a farm and will go into the Dairy business. We. Grove will move to last Sparta in the near future. James cames has bought John. D. Groves farms. Peter Beeman is improving. The Lodi Esaid society met at Samuel Josephus and sewed a Fine not of carpet rags. Alfred Dine will move on the David dentine farm in the Spring. Aaron Skelton and j. In duper me cutting logs for new houses this sum Mer. 16 at Massillon on tuesday evening. The funeral of the late Hugh Mcinness of Stanwood was held on thursday. Interment near North Lawrence. I loyalty Council. No. 89, daughters of America met in Buckeye Hall evening and introduced some j As the r j10� mysteries of their Randolph pm 2�?miss Eva Keer spent several Days in Atwater wit�?T1 her sister . G. P. Shuman. Mrs. Catiline Hintleman of Akron has spent the past two weeks with her sister Maggie Kling caring for their Mother . Margerey Kling. John Knapp has purchased the Henry Long farm i a Miles West of town to be occupied by his son William Price $5,124. Henry Miller is making arrangements for several improvements on bus new Home formerly known As the faults place. Miss Cathrine Maldinger who has been sick for several weeks with pneumonia had a relapse last week but is reported some better. Born to or. And . Frauk go i Thler of Akron a daughter. I miss Etha Reidinger and brother Ivan of Alliance were the guests of their parents saturday and sunday. The Mcinnes Nelson entertainment Given at. The to Uhall As the fourth number of the lecture course was largely attended. A lecture will be Given feb. 15, As an extra number. Henry Knapp of Akron was the guest of his parents sunday. Harry Traus has purchased the Lewis Kline Home formerly known verdict for plaintiff. Jury in the Case of John a. Seeru Snyder against j. K. Woll wednesday afternoon at 3 30 brought in a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $57.34. Plaintiff sued to recover the above amount on a contract. John p. Collins was the plaintiffs attorney and attorney j. B. Snyder represented the defendant. Otey is now Hunting the Man and the Wagon. New cases. 19545�?burton z. Clay is. Blanche Clay. P. J. Collins attorney. 19546�?Anna Denniston. S. W. Warner and f. J. Poto is. Vav r. Denniston. Diehl amp Brown attorneys. Marriage licenses. Andy a Zueff 22. Labourer to Mary s. Sealock 17, Canton. Arthur r. Shreier 27, fireman to Mary c. Young 21, North Industry. Joseph fortion 24, labourer to Rosa Rose 17, Canton. George Haines 21, Farmer to Blanche Morrison 19, Minerva. Pastor orders hats off. Ada. O., feb. 2.�?ada women Are proud of their hats and when requested to remove them during services at the first presbyterian Church manifested great reluctance. The pastor. Rev. Orlando b. Pershing announced that he would not preach until the hats were removed and after delivering his ultimatum sat Down and waited until his request had been compiled with. For several weeks the pastors of Ada churches have been seeking a solution of the hat problem and Rev. Or. Pershing a action followed a steadfast refusal to accede to his request on the part of the women of his congregation. At the evening service a Large number of the fair churchgoers amended services Bare headed and there were no requests from the pulpit. New Chambersburg. Freeburg. On win. New Chambersburg feb. J there a will be a Dame Given at this place wednesday evening. Jefferson Milbourn and . Mary Klein Are both ill. Mrs. Frank Pleim was in Minerva Friday. David Somerville called Woolf thursday evening. Mrs. Jane Blythe Garden is the guest of her . Anna Syme. Van Shiue was called saturday night on account Ness of his sister . Vera we underwent an operation Days ago. David Somerville called on Behler Friday. Velma the Young daughter of or. Of new daughter Freeburg feb. I protracted meet ing is in Progress at the Salem Church. Miss Meda Shidler has gone to Canton to learn dressmaking. Mrs. Win. Shidler spent several Days of last week Iii Canton with relatives. David ditch is not improving very rapidly Alta Hahn entertained several of to of Salem the ill Stacle u few her schoolmates at her Home sunday. An. Educational meeting will be held Tuscarawas township will be at the Center schoolhouse Friday ,. Pigeon run school Hall night. Candidates to the order. Shaika tribe no. 62. Improved order of red men held their annual banquet in Buckeye Hall on saturday evening. A very Fine program was rendered Aud enjoyed by All present. Miss Lizzie Mccarty of Akron was a sunday guest of her parents j or. And . Edward Mccarty. I John m. Strohn living South of town sold his farm of 160 acres to John sword on tuesday. Or. Sir ohm expects to quit farming. Vav. P. Walter and family of Mas Billon were Here on sunday the guests of Frank Baer and family. Mrs. F Rauk Baer and son Clarence went to Sippo on monday to be the guests of or. And . Christ Ruch for a few Days. Miss Rosa Yost who is working in Akron was a sunday guest of her parents or. Ami . Jacob Ost. Nick Spelker jr., and John Mertes 1 who Are employed at Bergholz were Here sunday visiting relatives and friends. The fifth teachers Institute of held in the Pigeon run school Hall on Fri . William Rothermel spent the past week with friends in Akron. Lewis Kline has purchased the Moose farm now owned by John Rothermel. Or. And . M. M. Reidinger and . John Keller spent Friday with friends in Akron. John Wise has purchased 80 acres West of Jonny cake hollow from John Wolven $2.tx 0. Probate court Calendar. In estate of William h. Van voor his Osnaburg township Phoebe Van Voorhis appointed administer matrix. In estate of Bartholomew Nolvey Plain township Lovenia Holvey appointed administer matrix. In guardianship of Raymond Boettler petition to sell real estate confirmed. In guardianship of Elizabeth Kingsbury. First account filed. In will of Caroline Treep Paris township probated. Cairo. Mcdonaldsville. Millersburg. Frank Millersburg. Feb. 2�?while William Engel and family were at a neighbors last night East of town his and . Harry Mcnely is ill with House took fire from an overheated chickenpox. I stove and. With All its contents was miss Vida Bauor who is attending burned. The barn was saved by hard High school we Liverpool spent sat-1 work. Small insurance. Dav afternoon and evening feb. Jesse r. Suavely Prim 5th. New Berlin. New Berlin feb. 2�?on sunday or. And . J. A. Syler. Of Oxford Street. Canton were guests of or. J and . R. Miller. The ladles literary club met at the Home of . R. Kelly with a Mcdonaldsville feb. 2�?win. Spindler made a business trip to Canton thursday. Rudys school will give an entertainment on feb. 19. The misses Minnie Sorrick and Amanda Foltz and . Chaa. C. Helsa were at the Home of . Albert Metz on thursday. Mrs. S. L. Moose and daughter. Drewey spent a few Days last week in Canton. Henry heists was in town on business saturday. A. D. Leauby and wife and miss Amanda Foltz attended the lecture at Greensburg thursday evening. The trustees of Jackson township met saturday at the town Hall. The following qualified As Road superintendents no. I Ruben Bear no. 2. Chas. C. Phetsa no. 3, John sharing no 4, or. Kauffman. W. Smith of Tallmadge was her last week. B. F. Koons and wife spent a few Day in Barberton with their son Riley. Real estate transfers. Frederick g. Benskin and Mary m. Benskin to Maud z. Ream lot 6653, Canton $400. Emily b. Martin to James f. Clark lot 771, Canton $1. Bessie Vicksten and Victor Vick Stein to Louis s. Klorman lots 1274, 2081, 13402, 1s403 and part of lot 1158, Canton $8900. Francis h. Kearney it a1 to Philip Hoffman jr., it a1, West half of lot 1079, Canton $2400. Julius Blanc and Julia Blanc to Emanuel shelter part of Southeast Quarter Section 12, Canton township $ 13 Robert App to Ellen vol Sard Martin lot 9643, Canton $1700. Celestia Kolp and Charles a. Dolph to John h. Heffelman part lot 8705, Canton $450. Margaret Cattey to Josephine Ries Cher lots 2117 and 1208,&Quot Canton $1. The Central savings Bank co. To Walter e. Fockler lot 14556, Canton $300. Adam Roettler sole surviving trustee of William Boettler to Verne Boettler and Lucy Boettler guardian of Raymond Boettler. A minor South half of Northeast Quarter Section 20, Lake township. George w. Butler to Edward l. Miller part of lot 2479, Canton $400. Cairo feb. 2�?elmer Markley and wife who have been on the sick list Are Able to be about again. Gilbert Hibshman is very poorly with lung trouble. B. I j. Fry and James Youtz Are making the lateral of the Zimber ditch at a amp Richand. Lewis Wearstler will move to Middlebranch. He has rented his farm or. Weaver. J. M. Grove has remodeler his barn. He will move on the farm recently bought of the Gotshal heirs. A. R. Eversole has been summoned to Cleveland As a United states Petit jury court. Bowers returned to Canton. The Captain of the Mansfield police department accompanied Frank j. Bowers Back to Canton tuesday morning and the latter was placed in the county jail for Safe keeping. His Sis . Martha a. Stull Wilt have Ter him taken to private sanitarium. This is the Man who came from Chicago last sunday morning for whom the local detectives were endeavouring to locate. Will locate on it is said that drug company East Tuscarawas. The Durbin Wright which has been located at Market and seventh streets Fop the better part of a half Century will occupy the new building which is to be erected on East Tuscarawas Street by Philip wild on the site now occupied by or. Reed s office. Adar cold weather resulted monday in two boiler explosions goo Devers Oil Well Driller severely scalded. East liverpool�?$69,000 4 per caul school Bonds sold at $2511.60 pro mum

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