Canton Stark County Democrat in Canton, Ohio
18 Feb 1909

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18 Feb 1909

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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 18, 1909, Canton, Ohio News this Vicinity. Rhodes. I Rhodes feb. 16�?mr. Aud . Tiab. 1 Kilgore Canton spent sunday at Atwater. J Church and entertainment famished. Fra . Kilgore Mother. J by the hondas schools to visiting John Albright spent. Sunday with five candidates i Friend. Meals will be nerved in the Waller and family. A 1 and mrs. J. J. Wefler agent Sun Atwater feb. 16 a. A a a Ara training for a ride the at a Church dining room saturday water k. Of Goat. Thin makes splendid array speaking Talent a a it to Mem. Ever too members. Be present. Rev. N. W. Sager. Can Charles Kiefer Akion agent Sun prof. It. Q. Rich Art attended the ton. And Rev. Or. Buaton Canton i duty with re natives Bere. N e. Ohio teachers Institute at j will speak Friday evening. They have born to . And mrs. I be v. Lant to lev a land saturday a message much import 1 i he Warin Langton a Aon. Or. W. C. Baler i. La . I Val,., la. S. by re. 8aar, and i. Eaton Pant old neighbor. We l e 11 by w. H. Christman. The pm i sixteen i. Suffering a. C. Shehan Eold at Public Hale photo Wuh Render Voce. Solo. State from a severe attack pneumonia Sale saturday his personal property. Off. It a jow.,>h Clark we address gunday evening one the horses the March meeting the Marlboro the saturday he will Tell a belong Lyl to a it it Albright broke a Ohio s Golden in the Oose from hi8 stall kicking another morning. About a the smoke a Borse go fiercely that a Gash five Grange will be held March 3rd, at the Home Delbert Hagen. Miss us Cole was waiting a sick sister in Canton but was called to nurse another Nicker one mrs. Alice Whittlesey. The Kratzen were moved fridas by Frank Wise to Freeburg Whereto them have cheese making jobs. L. 0. Craig Akron . And mrs c la Thomas Jake Kynzie and wife and miss Nellie Craig Alliance attended the campfire and pie supper Here thursday evening. E. T. French died very suddenly thursday night at 9 clock heart failure. He had been taken ten Days ago with neuralgia but was thought better. The above evening while his purse was absent from the room a moment Aud just after going to bed. He breathed Hie last before anyone got to him. Or. French had hosts friends was past 60 years age and a member the Atwater k. Of And masons Alliance. The funeral was held sunday at m. E. Church Rev. Webster speaker under the auspices his Brothers k. Of p., burial Ai the Center. The Young people the Epworth league held a Valentine social at the m b. Church saturday night. Don Wilson Mich Willa Worten Berger mrs. Lizzie Talcott mrs f. H. Of Spires and miss Edith Woolf composed a theatre party at Cleveland tuesday night. Mrs. George Eek returned saturday from a week with her daughter mrs. Austin Alliance. Eighteen 6-14-12-10-8 Inch pies before behind to the right to the left Aud in us volleyed and thundered thursday night. Scene carnage inn it just hell m. E. Church. The pious piety placating pass Over was in Honor a honest abet a the Martyr. Hundreds helped in the massacre at 25e per. At 8 30 All Able bodied survivors climbed the stairs to lecture room above where they talked listened to a Hattie scared veterans Quot As the Printer his a Devil Quot had shot it up. Tile big Rostrum was Elko a Camp. Big Kettle Hung at right stacks old muskets loft. Martial music ufos and drum throughout. Rev. Denton talked Lincoln. Prof Thomas Sang the sword Hunker Hill Quot with a recall Quot Bonnie Annie Laurie a Comrade it it wry told Gettysburg thrillingly. Frank Baldwin Sang and Sang will a just before the Battle Mother and came Back and Sang again. Or. Barnaby and l. O. Craig gave army experiences. Rev. Webster sandwiched spicy remarks throughout. A big picked chorus male voices led by George he i be r was a feature the quartet gee Heil Are Frank Baldwin Bam Ellison and Newell Brockett in a echoes the pie supper was the big musical hit. John Denton recited Lincoln s address Battle ground Gettysburg. Lincoln freeing the slaves goddess Liberty Over All in tableau was the Climax a big Success. Hats off to the a. G. Alleman Post no. 212 g. A. R. And Relief corps Marlboro there was a More enthusiastic Celebration Lincoln s birthday anywhere in this big country than Tho Al Jove orders Friday at Marlboro let us know it. To Start things the Relief corps gave a Dueer at the Bown Hall. Web. Reeder mounted the Gally decorate Oil stage Ai 1 3d and brought his Gavel fist Down with a bang that made everybody jump a foot Aud then subside. Invocation. Rev f. V. Doyle. Chairman w. Reeder said he had hat up two nights preparing an address but he d Cut ii out time too Short program ton Long. Relief corps in a Bod stage mrs. George Weldinger in att i St Sang every Baxly joining Iii in Hattie hymn the miss c la puddle gave Lincoln s address at Gettysburg. Rev. Hoyle Sang a Solo and w. L. Nae gave biographical a Ketch Lincoln. Mrs. W. H. Voorhees Atwater made a hit in a read lug a Lincoln s Mother and a old Kentucky Home by r. 0. And audience broke no windows by there qua big Force to it Comrado Lowry gave wartime incidents. Quot Columbia Gem tin Ocean strutted tile echoes next and then. Major w h Voorhees with inc it age Harmony and children. Iut Kwh and Wilbur . And . M. W. Hahn and children Mildred. Marland and Floyd . And mrs. W. H. Ira Mel and children Russel end Florence . And mrs. Joseph Hank. Or. And mrs Blite Haak and daughter Dorohy . And mrs. Levi Summers. Or. And mrs W. Fulton . And Mea. Clifton retired and daughter. Maud. Or. And mrs. Lewis Loland and daughter. Isabelle. Or. And mrs. Walter likes and daughter. Stella. Ira tou Raous and son Lewis. Sebastian Zulek Jefferson Smith and misses Kate Menegay. Bessie Llero Hgt Erger Lime j Zakk. Golds and Marie Hahn Hattie and Glenda Fulton messes. Harlan and Ellis Fulton. Charles and Homer Hershberger. Edwin Immel Lorenzo Smith Orra Summers George and Harry Ikea Lawrence Loland. Michael Zwick. Lewis Mem Gay and Urban Zolck Jwj by Utt Ivy a thousand villages a in the afternoon pm Lea joint scraped the Bone and the a dinner hide the teachers to i clemency the weath life Quot in the evening. Mayor w. H. J up he Lincoln Day exercises to have Hoover will give address Welcome off a a sixteen Friday evening. In behalf the Village sunday i we but partially rendered. The schools. Prest. J. A. Bar will give j zoning wan devoted entirely to an greeting the association supt. A it a dress by the Hon. James a. Rice j. E Morris Alliance will have Manton. The drills and other sex charge the Quot round Tab Lemom Erc alg win be carried Over until the log and afternoon. The opening sex literary meeting which will be rises the session will be led by held Friday evening february 26. Mrs. Jonah Keim Louisville Homer them b0 followed by the regular j Miller. Canion and Rev. Robt. B. Debate As previously arranged a Are Chapman new Berlin. Rev. Or. Solved a that Tho Monroe doctrine Gar. Massillon will speak the after should lie continued As a part the noon the vital question a Morgan j ppr Parient foreign policy the Zed adult miss Margaret j Jan Teo states a affirmed s. F. Christ Evans and mrs. H. C. Price will have Man je8se r suavely denied e. A. Vocal duet. A the new Outlook for Gloyd suavely. The race a will be topic the even h,.huol.s this place lug address mrs. Meredith. Mrs. Bessie Swope and miss Jessie Evans will sing a How Sweet the name Jesus Here is an Opportunity schools this place closed Friday. Washington s birthday will be celebrated by the student Here next monday. The misses Laura Baldwin and Luau ova our. I no Lau for Fellowship inspiration and and Crofut have resumed their Vanoe for sunday school work that work at the Massillon shirt factory. Will repay for Effort to attend. There j and mrs a Moses Hindley Al will be ample accommodations for All ton fluent general Days at the Home n T. Cars pass through the Village an j org John Hindley and fam each Way every hour. We have spec july sixteen last week. La car to new Berlin saturday after ,3 Hazel shilling visited at the noon and evening. J Bome her brother per Lee shilling a Oyster supper was held by the sixteen Friday evening and Satur new Berlin Grange saturday even lug in Honor d. W. Bordner and it George shilling and children wife who Are moving to Warren o., Wyto have been visiting relatives in and C. Deetz and wife who arc Michigan the past several weeks removing to four Miles North West Llyrne j 0 her Home in West Brook Massillon Ohio. I tuesday. The Hall was beautifully decorated mls was Leila Mcallister and in memory St. Valentine arid Theja Ina Ralston Brookfield were six table bounteous by spread with the Toen visitors Friday delicacies the season. One Hun j mrs. P. Slicker visited her parents died and Twenty five members Werel. A 1 mrs. M. Obrecht Over sunday present. J r. R. Angstadt near Brookfield has after supper the evening was spent been u sufferer from Lumbago the past i a Al n vyv Antomo i Moo Ansi rot. Several weeks. In playing several games and rendering several toasts by Many members the Grange. W. J. Pontius acting As toastmaster. After presenting the departing Brothers and Sisters with tokens memory they receive the beet wishes As i hey enter their new Homes by All present. New Chambersburg. New Chambersburg feb. 16�?John v Reed made a trip to a islam saturday. Vaut Lyme was at Salem saturday to i his Slier mrs. Morris Steele who is the sick list. Jefferson Melbourn is quite ill. Chancey towns called his father in Law we. Miller Friday. Misses Neva Leatherberry East Rochester o., and Colesia Klein this Village spent saturday and sunday with relatives in Salem. Mrs. Peter Koliu is Quito 111. Mrs. Thomas Leatherberry Augusta spent a couple Days with her Mother mrs Klein who is sick. Elmer Weaver near Yeagley Corner s and George Glass Homeworth purchased the win. Weaver farm 207 acres at thirty five dollars an acre. The former will move his family this farm in the near future. Stanley Reed moved his family to the Asia Emmons farm formerly known As the lunges Reed farm. Or and mrs. Bort St her and children near Alliance spent saturday and sunday with mrs. Stouffer a parents . And mrs. Henry Weaver. Jacob Brant died at the Home . Jay Bolt s saturday lung fever i a daughter was born to . And mrs. David Williams Pigeon run last wednesday. Joseph Updegraf jr., spent sunday in this neighbourhood. Or. And mrs. Isaac Williams Are spending a week with their son David and family Pigeon run. E. F. Baskey Mcdonaldsville spent saturday and sunday with his parents. Marlboro. Marlboro Fob. 16.�?Walter Roath Youngstown was a sunday visitor. Arite Firestone Ravenna spent sunday Al Home with his parents. Arthur Carr Alliance visited with his brother and sister Over sunday. E. 8. Walker Charles Zellers and e. G. Harmony who Are working in Alliance were at Home Over sunday. Rev. Boyle brought the revival meetings at the m. E. Church to a close sunday evening. The series had been very successful considering the bad roads and inclement weather. Frank Clapsaddle will build a Large Bank barn upon his farm the coming season. W. C. Vaughn has the contract. The trustees have appointed a n. Sweitzer Road superintendent for the Marlboro District for the coming year. I Eon Crumrine has rented Tho Mose Miller property East Street and will reside there Tho coming year. The annual mid Winter change in the school books is now in our Public schools. The band concert was not very largely attended saturday night too much doing and too much expenses mixed in with the bad roads and hard times attributed As Tho cause. Jacob Wearstler has rented the James Rosa farm South town. David his Cly an aged and respected Pioneer Marlboro township was con _. Signed to Earth in the Marlboro cemetery Brunt wan near 52 years ago last Friday afternoon. Services were is a brother John Brant who lives Boid in the m. A Church. Near Alexander interment at North Rev. Henry to Dibble has been induct. I my u series protracted meetings at the Large to wit cemetery tuesday. Zarrus porch. North my. Or. And met. Albert Helm Balleu i Comra to Farrington has answer . And mrs. Elmer King saturday a be last Bugle Call and joined the mrs. Polly King is the Sil k list. I ranks the grand army across Tho mins Erma Pierson spent saturday j River. He was for Many years a citizen and sunday with her parents. Of a Bis township but recently had been Leonard Winder Well known reel soldiers iome at a a a 1 Quot a a a. A Ato died. Ile a Laid to real in the dont Winona former proprietor marlbor0 it it meter saturday after the laundry there now residing the �?z00n. Christen farm Northwest town j tile fourth number the lecture Lins concluded to cast his Fortune in course the Wales concert company will Northern Texas sex plating to move be presented thursday evening feb ill about three Wicks preparations Rumary is. to going Are now being e. N. Sweitzer lost in express package pari8. Paris feb. 16�?the dramatic club will repeat a among the Breakers and add a a cupid s a Aires so to the program Satui Day evening at Paris school House. Mrs. Edith Waser Braucher and family Mitchell Nebr expect to return Home to reside in about six weeks having spent the Winter with her Little family alone the farm at that place. Fred Sefert and family and mrs. If e. Atter and son spent Friday with John Purkey at Alliance. Mrs. Alice Stommel and mrs. Charles Bair have both been suffering with Quincy the past week. A Box social will be Given at Stone pile in the near future. J. L. Powell received a flock thoroughbred Rock Island red chickens saturday. Several families from town went to the Home Walter Sefert. Saturday evening to celebrate mrs. Sefert a birthday. Mrs. Amos Rumsyre is spending several Days with friends in Wayne county. John Coleman Bergholz spent sunday with his family. Quite a number Are suffering with ton Milit is and Quincy. George Steffen was a Canton visitor sunday. A number from Here attended the literary at Mapleton saturday evening. Or and mrs. J. A. Shearer spent sunday with his parents. Mrs. Eld Hay. Of Canton is spending several Days with her father m. Motts. A number friends spent saturday evening at the Home Walter Sefert. The sunday schools Here elected delegates sunday to attend the county sunday school convention which will be held at new Berlin february 19 and 20. The main Brothers Are sawing Timber in William Wyante a Woods. Some the Farmers have opened their sugar Camps. The children Michael motts spent tuesday at his Home to assist him in celebrating his 74th birthday. Mrs. B. M. Steer Breaks the record. She reports having a Brood 17 Chicks which Are thriving Well. Stringtown. Stringtown feb. 16.�?Smith Keith was in Canton saturday. Or. Aud mrs. John Dourm visited sunday at Oneida with the latter a parents . And mrs. James Ray. Homer Lauten Helser spent saturday and sunday with his brother and sister. Rante Keith Canton concluded a visit with his brother at this place. Oliver Haines and family and Harry Dourm and sister Carrie spent sunday at Burt hush s. Or. And mrs. Hiram Haines and sons visited sunday with his father. Charles Maurer who is working at Burgholz was Home Over sunday. mrs. Bennie Sunkle and sons Osnaburg. Visited Over sunday with the latter s sister mrs. Hector Clapper. Or. And Jet s. William Alexander visited with his parents . And airs. Wil Liard Baughman. Mrs. Jerry Haynam spent thursday with her parents at pleasant Valley. Mrs Charles Sponseller spent several Days last week with relatives at Osnaburg. Charles Matthew spent sunday at Oneida mrs. William want and mrs. Charley Sponseller spent saturday at Minerva. Arthur Wingert North Industry visited with his parents Over sunday. Northeast Hartville. Will fils amender be tettion. Common pleas judge Halter yester Day morning ref to Sod to grand actor a Ney e. L. Mills a temporary mandatory j injunction against the East Ohio Gas company the court denying the re j quest the grounds that the petition j did not contain sufficient facts for a cause action. The Petitioner immediately applied for a leave to ale an amended petition which was granted and must be filed by the 20th this month. Judge Harter in passing upon the Case said a the petition contains no averment the rate at which the defendant company was to furnish Gas under the old ordinance. The petition must recite facts which the Case is based. A cause action is not constituted by setting Forth a conclusion the Law it must have a statement the facts. The right a plaintiff to secure an injunction must be Clear especially where a temporary mandatory injunction is asked so the court cannot Grant Relief at this the Petitioner recently filed an application in common pleas court to have the East Ohio Gas company reconnect its pipes with the attorneys residence Lawrence Street which were disconnected when a dispute arose As to the rate in Force. New oases. 19578�?leroy b. Kyrk is. To Karrk. D. F. Of Reinoehl attorney 19586�?cl Esta Werner is. Samuel Camp and John Hill a executors the estate John ringer Ord de. J. P. Fawcett attorney. 19587�?doris Younts a. Wihlm Younts. Wili Laon so Day attorney. 19588�?Catherine Menegay Louiie Mene Gay and Malinta Menegay a John c. Stockdale and Sarah Stockdale. W. O. Wents attorney. 19589 a the Galb Smth Hearock Agency company is. J. J. Newcomer. Hart St Koehler attorneys. Agreement about reached. An announcement was made yesterday afternoon at the court House that the counsel for the City Canton and the East Ohio Gas company have practically agreed upon a plan for the establishment one More depositories. The proposition will probably reach judge Harter this afternoon. Sue for suit was commenced in common pleas court yesterday morning by the Galbreath Heacock Agency company against j. J. Newcomer for judgment in the sum $500. The plaintiffs allege in their petition that at the request the defendant they bargained with mrs. Ida w. Lilley to sell lot 1747 South Arch Street in Alliance for the sum $9000, and that they were to receive As commission $300 and All Over the sum $8800. The contract was drawn up and mrs. Lilley it. Vernon and the Galbreath Heacock Agency company signed it. In the meantime before the Sale Money had been paid the plaintiff the defendant sold the property to Benton Seefong for a like sum refusing top a the plaintiffs for their services. In eloquent address a did b. F. T kit l Hartville. End. Switser recited Well Quot Tiu dying did mrs. Charley clap it addle recited finely Lincoln be it a stud inaugural address made. Mrs maty Brown Winona is critically ill . And mrs Charles King Alliance spent saturday in Baris and i lilt Hill i ii to us 11 ill Ituau v b a Quot a Quot marching through Georgia Quot closed Unda it a Quot a monday with . And . Edward King this Village miss Neva leu Thor Berry Aud Charles Lentz. Miss celestia Klein and . The big event Manchester. Belonging to Lloyd Holzbaugh lither in Alliance the Way Home last tuesday. Tho package weighed but one Pound and contained two meters for measuring the strength Lux electric batteries. Hostetter District. Manchester. Feb. 16 the Louis we Aiu society it Tho reformed Church met at the Home it it i . And mrs Mills for an Allda sewing thursday. We Dock att ruled ii social Given by the lady maccabees St Salem Satur Day evening and report a line time. We lots has moved his family to i Minerva m . Kph snap spy Nehr. Week Iii mrs mat a Waddier pent a few v Rem with bet Dpi Ehtor mrs win. A his with his Slater mrs Mary Mil 01 pier. Willie Carina by from Stow where h we Ali his Cousin r Rev Chillis will ire dings the Reform Church beginning in i Ida february 28. A Baile Boogher spout Hist wed in and cd it la list Liberty i i Siti Ops Dan thursday spent monday and to Ila in Akron s. P. Willi an spent several Days i wet k in Akron Ami Canton. I. I. Dally my gust a Hilttu pent it to to a do a afternoon in the school room the primary department Fred by quip spent several Day in ennui fit i iou and Akron re Stere will to services in the United evangelical Arch East Street Ming wednesday evening communion services sunday morning a it i. M Boyar Canton will be in attendance during the meetings. All Are Welcome is j j. A is Ninny and dough Bourn after which a he spent a few returned Home Days with her sister mrs Avina Ruff. Lied been visiting Daniel Burger is spending a few g Carman j Days with his daughter mrs. Lula begin ii series i Weir Malvern. Lewis Glass Colorado who has been spending the Winter with his parents Hostetter District. Fob. 16. Mrs. William Westfall and daughter min Oiva Are visiting her parents. Or. Aud mrs Michael u Onley this week Lawrence Lek was sick a number i Days Hist week. I Jesse he Katres Ier is working it the hotel a Henley in Pittsburg miss Mary Carson returned from a week s visit with her aunt. Mrs William Hall at fast Liverpool. Saturday i evening. Miss Lillian Hawken returned sunday i j evening from Massillon where she had j spent a few Days with ber sister mrs a Jewell. I mrs lest a Carson and daughter Mary. Jacob gift sr., expects to ,.atied at Hertford Sluwe a in Bayard j soon return to Colorado saturday. Charles Mardi has purr a de the c. O Burger Pittsburg visited sat j Janus Miller farm North West new urday with Home folks. Franklin Aud will move i Here in the tames Weatherspoon Ami Wick Are sending their milk to Hie last. A a. A Rochester Creamer at present. Walter Sunol Alliance is the Myrtle and Kihei Haynam called guest in parents . And mrs Frank saner. Free to men a full $1.00 Box and Josephine bets Friday after Llo Lander friends transacted business in Grace noon. George recently. Charles bets Minerva. Monday. James Elliott attended the presbyterian Church at Minerva sunday. Josephine bet continues improving. Wesley Oiw. K has been very poorly every Man suffering with bladder a a my it a Day. Grandpa Hall who makes i prostate unum trouble any do Home j with i daughter mrs w a Barber mrs ois., Wuu aug. J a a weakness. Or disability is in died last evening funeral services not Ter Mike Aura were guest at the Home cited to Send his name Aud address. It Ltd it rail get 11___ . And mrs thorns Rennie Sun a Call Aud receive free our one xxv i. I a a a Pilot Knob a a it a t Dollar Box direct i rent aleut. No new Berlin. Stomach drugging the medicines Are new Berlin Fob. 16�?preparation fitted parts which will have it is t dug made for entertaining the Dieto effect. Write Call today Furk county a Kullay Ijeh ool convention next Friday evening the my two. Will be held in the Christian. _ a l Ilot Knob feb. saturday even applied direct to the weak and af-1 my the neighbors went to the Home . And mrs. Frank Lek is to july them a Farewell visit. The evening was spent in playing parlor games cards and social Chat. At a Lute hour a delicious supper free. T ail address doctor a an was served. Those Tho old Arcade Cleveland Ohio. Receive the treatment it mean d absolutely North East Hartville feb. 16�?mr. And mrs. Cyrus Royer were at Canton saturday. Peter Wymer and James Saint were at new Baltimore saturday. Alma Hill returned to new Berlin saturday after spending a week with bet sister mrs. Eli Brumbaugh. Mrs. Cyrus Brumbaugh was the guest . And mrs. Alfred Young log town wednesday. Samuel Brumbaugh was to Moga j Tore thursday. Miss Roy Dulabahn has the grip. Or. And mrs. Clayton Goodenberger i Anil children Celeryville were the guests . Israel Steff and family sunday. I . And mrs. Samuel Brumbaugh. Spent sunday in Alliance. Willie Hill new Berlin is spend a Long a few Days with his sister and brother in Law . And mrs. Eur Brumbaugh. I a Lucy Miller is at Home again after spending a few weeks at new j Baltimore. Quite a few this Vicinity attend Jed the Valentine so Elul at new Baltimore saturday evening. Or. Troyer Hartville who purchased the Peter Swartz property expect to take Possession soon. School reunion. The next annual reunion he teachers and scholars it pleasant school Bethlehem township will be held at the schoolhouse saturday feb. 20. Part the program follows dinner will be served at the school House at 11 30 declamation Waldo beam song by Ralph Merrimac John a Whitmire will form a Colony w ith John j keel As Carpenter Waldo beam As Farmer. Henry Kei Fauber. Shoemaker Thomas Fuller dancing master c. W. Meyer tailor Louis bar Barber John i Reed schoolmaster Jill Mcfarren Doc-1 Tor re. Keehn Miller Collis Baker lawyer Venzo Grant philosopher de. Stein Blacksmith. James Allman a Gen Heman music a world Chance by mrs. John Whitmire the utile philosopher by Ralph Merri Tuan and Cullen Mekan a bidding my old congregation Farewell a c. W. Meyer dialogue. A who made the slats Quot by mrs. John Keehn and Florence Norris declamation by mrs John Thompson a Matt old time school a teacher c. W. Meyer Aud pupils mrs. John Keehn . John Whitmire mrs. Beam mrs George Baker mrs. Mayer mrs. Kei Fauber Louis bar John Whitmire James Allman John Reed Waldo beam and Thomas Fuller address by John Whitmire music by it. Pleasant band. Literary in the evening. Everybody except those who think it a sin to laugh Are invited. Seek to recover contract Catherine Louise and Malinda Menegay have brought suit in common pleas court against John Stockdale and Sarah Stockdale to recover $5000 a contract Sale which the plaintiffs allege was made Between them and the defendants. The petition avers that the Menegay heirs through their agent j. M. Bergold made an agreement in writing with the defendants in which it was agreed to sell their farm containing 150 acres in Nimi Shil Len town a shop for $15,000, $5000 which was to be Cash payment. The defendants failed to carry out their part the agreement divorce petition filed. Doris Younts has brought suit in common pleas court for divorce against William Younts. Plaintiff alleges that she married the defendant december 21, 1907, in it. Vernon and that no children were born the said marriage. Further that the defendant has been guilty Gross neglect duty in failing to provide for her the common necessaries life. Plaintiff asks to be divorced and restored to her Maiden name Doris Watson. Answers and replies 17646�?Harry Groy is. Walter Miller. D. Fording and j. S. Miller attorneys. 19466�?cora Mcdaniel is. Levi r. Summers it a1. J. W. Crain attorney. 19454�?eli Miller is. The Farmers Bank and Jacob h. Palmer w. S. Putman and Milton j. Braucher attorneys. Marriage licenses. George Wise 24, Farmer to Etc a Wenger 23, Louisville. Herbert Fischer 36, merchant to Fannie Wolinsky 26, Canton. Probate court Calendar. Will e. Florence Groner Canton filed for probate. In estate James Mclynden sr., Sale real estate confirmed. In estate John sheets Plain township e. C. Sheets appointed administrator. In guardianship Cleo Mcfarrew it .Al., j. E. Mcfarren appointed guardian. In guardianship David Hively final account filed. In guardianship Rose Well Ai Flower second account filed. In guardianship Charles c. Pef Fer final account filed. In estate Guislppe Portolese final account filed. In estate Cecilo forger final account filed. In estate Samuel sell first and final account filed. Real estate transfers. C. D. Burris to Martha e. Essner part lot 8707, Canton $500. A. W. Heldenbrand and Sarah Heldenbrand to Mary Willaman and Catherine Willaman a tract 73 Arras in Section 17, Plain township $450. Arnold a. Stuck to Jules h. Stuck and Cora stuck lot 9u94, Canton $1800. James Linden administrator to Arthur e. W. Walther lot 8730 in n. H. Chances addition to Canton $331. Elizabeth Vallilley and Charles x Kitzmiller to Jennings m. Cool part outlet 90, Canton $350. William Augustus Edward and Julius Dannemiller to a. Weatherwax lot 6535, Canton $200. Albert Hanny and wife to Dellmer f. Richart lot 3503 in Geiger Fred first allotment to Alliance $800. Anton j. Thoma and Frederick Thoma partners doing business tinder the firm name Thoma Bros to the Thoma Brothers company lot 5654, Canton. $1. Ellen Dodd to Thomas Dodds and maty Jane Dodds part Southeast Quarter Section 26, Tuscarawas township $600. Flavius a Oakley and wife to John Higgins and Margaret a. Higgins lot 10123 and 10124 in David Smiths addition to Canton $510. Mary Dieringer and Andrew Imer-1 Liger to Karl Olschweski and Henrietta Olschweski part outlet 213, Canton $1100. Youngstown Tromp Burton to died at Cheboygan Mich. In his Tim Burton founded 20 newspapers. American Telephone amp Telegraph co. A served. Those pro suit Ware and Mia. L. K Smith and mrs Thomas j your breakfast i not Complete without the morning new. Bell station outnumber Independent a nearly two to one. Boston news Bureau Bostons to the National government working through the department Commerce and labor belongs the credit for having finally deter mined the official facts in the Long disputed question As to the relative size the Bell and Independent Telephone interests the United . The government figures for 1907 show 3,132,063 Bell stations Aud 2,986,515 Independent stations telephones. The independents have All along claimed Over 4,000,000 stations fully 33 per cent More than they actually have. The government i Sguros do not make any attempt to classify the Independent As Between Quot Independent and Quot opposition Quot companies. As a matter fact the so called a a independents fully 900,000, 30 pm cent the entire number form through sub Licensee service arrangements part the comprehensive Bell system but in All other respects Are Independent self controlling organizations. At present Over 1,100,-000 independents about 40 per cent the total Are thus affiliated with Bell lines. With this very important adjustment made an adjustment which the government statisticians obviously could not make it will be found that instead the Bell companies having but 145,000 More stations than the Independent the real figure Are something like 4,000,000 for the Bell. Against 2,150,000 for the Independent a ratio nearly 2 to i. The preponderance Bidi Over Independent stat ions May be better ulus rated by the following comparison 1907 1902 increase us Bell system .4,000,000 1,350,000 2,650,000 independents .2,150,000 1,008,000 1,150,000 a Bell excess. 1,850,000 350,000 1,500,000 in considering these figures it should be borne in mind that the station statistics the Bell and connecting systems Are All a matter ripcord at a Central Point due to the fact that the instruments used by that a Bell system Are furnished by the american Telephone co. Statistics kit i a by the Bell companies Are As precise As figures Railroad earnings. Instruments used by the Bell companies Are All Given out from one source and Are identical in Type construction. Therefore the statistics Bell Telephone stations Are As reliable As balance sheets any other financial records. The relative Public Utility the Bell and Independent Telephone interests is not measured by number stations so much As by the fact that Tho Bell lines Are one comprehensive and inter communicating system operated under one general policy and connected with toll and Lon distance lines aggregating Pearly 2,000,000 mib s in length the in dependents the other hand Are scattered companies and for the most Pait Small associations cooperative groups having with a few conspicuous exceptions no relation with each other and. Only limited Eon Section by local toll lines. A Tho instruments and apparatus come from 30 40 different manufacturers. There is no uniform system mid there is no temptation to make the figures any smaller than they actually Are. Furthermore some independents report telephones a single instrument while others conform to the Bell custom and report stations two instruments. To this extent the Independent figures Ara unduly swelled but there is no Way knowing How material this Tao Tor is. The significant feature the rapid Telephone development Tov United state during the last five years has been this quiet steady affiliation with the american Telephone system �?�"0,000 Independent stations. As a result thousands subscribers in the West have today what to amp by have never before enned a the advantage connection with the Only National Telephone service in the country

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