Canton Stark County Democrat in Canton, Ohio
28 Jan 1908

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28 Jan 1908

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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 28, 1908, Canton, Ohio Hit hot Bubs Trust Abb. Samuel Fox has brought suit in common Picas court against the township trustees of Lexington township foe 9500 damages which the plaintiff claims is just compensation for the injuries he received by the lowering of a Highway and also for removing n strip of land which that plaintiff Ai legos belonged to him. The plaintiff avers that he is owner of part of the Northeast Quarter Section five Lexington township which tract is bounded on one Side by a Public Highway further that in september october and november 1908, the defendants Dennis smelt a a. and Frank Taylor trustees of Lexington township without authority in Law or right to do did unlawfully carry away a strip of land five be t. In Width and about four feet deep along the entire West Side of the plaintiff a premises. The plaintiff auf says thai by the recent towering of the Highway that All the mean a a ogres it lie Hod lists lands have been it off he prays for judgment in the f a 11 amount subs on note. The first National Bank of Massillon has brought snit in common plea court against Boothe amp co., Joseph Belchere and l. K. Booth for the collection of $300 on a note which the plaintiff alleges is due. Divorce cases seven divorce canes were heard before fudge Harter yesterday. Of ibis number four wore granted two dismissed and one taken under advisement. Decrees were granted to Thomas ii ale inky from Clara Rabowsky charge being extreme cruelty plaintiff get 11 us custody of child Cora i m Liny from William a Burney charge. Drunkenness and extreme cruelty Arthur Alleman from Jessie Alleman charge gloss neglect of duty Mertie Brechner from Albe r Brechue drunkenness. Cases dismissed were Alice Johnson is. Carl j fins on a no Wilbert e. Anderson is. Mary o. Anderson. The Stilt of John j. Greene Walt is Sadie Greenawalt taken Liu Der advisement by the court. Oase to the jury. The damage Bult brought by be lest la Guella As administer matrix of the estate of the late Domenico Yuol la against the Steiner Coal company which has been on hearing in judge Ambler s court since inst monday afternoon wont to Tho jury yest Day afternoon Al h of clock. No verdict wan reached until supper time Aud the juror were instructed to Seal it when decided upon and report tills morning at 9 o clock. Damages Are sought for the death of Domenico Guella alleged to be due to the negligence of Tho defendants while engaged in their mines. Tin jury follows Uriah to. Clay Charles hoarse John Vav. Willis Aksum if. Shoot William Hager Seth Ellis Charles Waltz j. W. Schuekert Corge m. Yarger Fred Oakleaf Maries Al. Spidle Ami William a. Snicker. Remaining indictments. With the exception of one True Bill Hie names of those persons who Ware indicted by the january grand jury he of were not Given last week have Een Given out for publication. They fire us follows Andrew Ford Burg Lary and larceny Charles Girt burglary and larceny Emma j. Johnson assault Norman w. Rubb non sup port Constantine it Erlanger. Ton support Ells o. Reed no support Royal Smith pocket picking William o Berry non support. Ready to plead. Prosecutor Krichbaum said a ast evening that he dbl not know just when the arraignment of prisoners would take place. A Largo number of the defendants against whom indict meats were found by the grand jury have already come into court Leady to Plohal guilty to their respective charges but judge Ambler hag been engaged the oust two or three a it s. To quash indictment. Attorneys Luther Day Robert Day find Harvey Alo counsel for of Tress Piror Harry c Knobloch have flied in common pleas court motions to quash the indictments charging forgery against the former county Ope a us returned by the grand jury. The motions were that the indictments in the Trio of forgery charges Are de furtive in their first Ami second runts and that they contain re pug naut allegations by stating that defendant forged and altered certain Public records. A claim is also Trade that the indictments Are invalid because they were not found and pre posted by n grand jury drawn Impan eled and sworn Iii in conformity to the revised statutes of Ohio inasmuch As three salesmen summoned to take Tim place of the regular jurors who lied been excused were not called by sheriff Wilson hut by Bailiff Alexander. Of judge amblers court. Reversal by supreme court. I be Prenie court yest urdu it reversed the decision of the circuit and common pleas courts in Tho litigation brought by Grant Willis adm Elstra Tot of the estate of John Allen against la j. Brancher guardian of Bigart alien. Between $1600 and $1700 was involved. In the lower courts the defendant in error secured judgment. M he Point Al Issue was the Validity of administrator Willis to invest Money of the estate in the Canton Stutch Bank. Attorneys by. Ii Smith and Harvey Ake wore the counsel for Willis new cab is. 10526 Tho first National Hank of Massillon is Booth Ait co., Joseph Biechele Aud i e Booth George w. Krutsch. Attorney 19527 Samuel Fox is Dennis Smet it Al. William m Roach attorney. Answers and replies Urban a. Wernet is the Cheswick manufacturing Coit a1. J Whiting. Or. Attorney. Henry Kennedy is Mary Kennedy Hostetter St Hostetler attorneys. 19417�? Emma Klaser is. William 8. Kuzer j p. Fawcett attorney. 19441�?minora Huberty is. Irwin Llu Berty. Edward w. Rohrs Aud sat a s. Hoilier 8ponaollr and spouse Ler attorneys 19413 Jacob Eto Borger is Lloyd Devaux administrator Mccarty amp Pontius attorneys. 19397 Bora p Schilling is. Anthony h. Wilson. Mccarty amp Pontius attorneys 19469 James f. Clark is. Cordia Mccurdy. Mccarty St Pontius attorneys. 19419�?-a. C. Cheney piano action co. Is i. I Lovett. Mccarty a Pontius and Krichbaum attorneys. 18915 Catherine Weber is. R. Cia Vin Roush it a1. Mccarty 4b Pontius attorneys. 19407�?christina Haines is. L. E. Weber administrator. E. Aungst attorney. Marriage licenses. Dana ii. Chase 28, plumber to Emma d. Aule 24. Massillon. Taylor 8. Over 23, Farmer to Blanche e. Abtahi 21, Canton township. Probate court Calendar. In estate of Busan Ball Canton Calvin e Ball and William Mckenzie appointed executors in estate of Christian Lantzer sugar Creek. Inventory and appraisement flied in estate of Daniel Swartz final account flied. In estate of Edward Johnson it a1, fourth account flied. In guardianship of Harry Larson it a1. M p. Johnson appointed guardian. In estate of Frederick Newshutz Lexington township Louisa Newshutz appointed . In f stat of Thomas Van Horn first account flied in estate of William Bevan anal account flied. Kem estate transfers. Charles in Hinger to John Wash revolt. Pail of the Northwest Quarter Section 17, Osnaburg. $900. Bertha Katz Marzek to Alfretta Dreurey part of Southeast Quarter Section 25, Jackson township $1. Alonzo o. Drin Rev and Alfretta dry Erey to Bertha Kalz Nartzik part of Southwest Quarter Section 25, Jack son township is. Louisa g. Perkins a widow to Nannie k Mills lot 97 in Kensington place addition Canton $1100. John m Frelitz and Anna k. Fritz to John Kije Mmerle lot 1667 in Taylor x. Clay s first subdivision Massillon $ 1300. Princess h. Hines to Samuel Cohen lots 4240 41, Canton $800. Perry Umpleby it us to John sell lot 11 Soo Canton $1. Central savings Bank company to Robert c. Nish lets 14552-3, a Hilton $1 Harry g. Roderick it a1 to Max Geiger and Morris Geiger lot 3128, Al Hance 250. R Frank Wilson to c. C. Coffee lots 166-7, Alliance $2010. Bessie f Reamer to j h Reamer part lot 2915 Ala. 2911, Alliance $1 Carlie a Daniels to Meyrich e. Evans of a a 27. Canion $3000. William in. Halter and wife to a. L. Baker lots 12621-22-23-24-30 in West Lawn addition to Canton $1500. George w. Mitchell and Lulu Mitchell to Nathaniel j. Mitchell lot 8837, Canton $1600. George w. Butler and Clara e. Buller to Henry Parkhill lot 9575 and part lot 9573 in Melrose Heights addition Canton. $12. A b. Fiery to Charles ii. Schroeder and Johanna f Schroeder part of Northwest Quarter Section 25, Plain township $750. Meyrich e. Evans and Florence a. Evans to Carrie a. Daniels part lot 7665, Canton $1. Columbus letter by c. 3. Gongwer. Columbus Jan 26-1 it that you Are so easy or is it that tile legislators think you Ute has tile Senate redeemed it it self in the Baker chairmanship matter it was charged that the Senate had lie i traded the state that s you into til hands of Leo. B. A of by electing his i Man Thorne Baker to the chairmanship of Trio Senate nuance committee. Then you sat up and made a noise that sounded like a protest last week your senators came Back Here manifesting much apprehension j they had heard i tie noise you made la was up to them to do something to do j something that would make you think they had taken heed. They did some thing they added four Mon to the finance committee and sent out the report with Hie announcement that the state that s you still had been saved control had been wrested from Geo b. Of and the perlite need no longer fear. But did the Senate Wash away its sin do you think it did notice How the big dailies have closed up apparently they re satisfied. Apparently they re willing to forgive the men they wanted crucified a week ago. That s Tho Way to goes that s Why shrewd politicians can outrage Public conscience time and again the Public mind shy it the Burden of a memory it is six much easter to forget. And you 1 mme you Don t like to be fooled a whole i lot of you people thought you had been so wronged that you signed your names to a paper denouncing your senator for voting for Baker he wrote you a Long letter telling you that tie did no to know tie was doing ill when lie voted for Baker to was Green and new. And thought it Wuu All i Iglus it lie time. Baht did you Swallow that he told you hint he had never Hoard the name of Cox mentioned until ii was All Over Ami too tate1 to mend. Did you also believe that i Why. Before that vote was taken senators Duval and Tod turned Loose a. Storm of invective against Cox and the Deal More vitriolic than anything heard in the Senate in years Aud they called people and tilings by the sir right names j even the Page s understood and they Ware Green and new too. Perhaps your senator gravely told you j a serious injustice had been Don someone there could t Hae been a Cox Deal because Cox had been in new York for a weak surely that ought to have convinced you. Baker was elected chairman of Hie Senate finance committee on Jan 12 unit Cox left Cincinnati for new York on Jan 15 really. It would make a lot of difference whether Cox was in Cincinnati or new York if a Man steals your watch you May forgive him if lie returns it. The Senate turned Hie chairmanship of its finance committee Over to Cox. You wore so indignant some of you frothed you demanded that this you called it disgraceful thing be undone. I was it ? four senators nil Saai to lie anti Cox. Were added to tile committee. Making tis membership fifteen instead of eleven and maker to Situ chairman with just As much Power Asha Ever tied i m not saying How much for personally i Don t hunk it was much not Atter you soared those offending members of the committee into a per p Ira Hon of political Fean. But Baker Cox is still the Boss you did t actually think his Senate would Back up so fetal to depose Baker you just wanted it to make a pretence of be tiding to your will. Satisfied sure. It of Are. Remember that old Barnum saying on Jan m tile legislature recessed to feb 15 Why of. Just because ask your representative this recess Reso Lutton carried Hie further provision that the legislature should adjourn Stile die March la that will give it from feb. To to March 12 to legislate for your Good or woe hut Why the recess the old members who engineered it gave various explanation Quot a went to get away they said. Or. Quot we want to give the committees a Chance to work Aud the committees Are working be they Are not. Before recessing the legislators introduced about 166 Bills they might have remained Here Aud disposed of these Bills taking a final adjournment feb 15. Or before. Tile legislators wanted a sur cease of labor but they did t want a Sui cease of pay either for themselves or tit army of porters Page and the other employees. The legislators Are paid by the year but these other employees Are paid by the Day. Their jobs Are Good Only for the session and they re Good during this rec is. They re costing you just $414.50 per Day from Jan. 22 to feb 16�?Are these workingmen most of whom Don t work. When this recess period expires the lawmakers will return with a few Hundred More Bills ready for introduction. Maybe there la be an adjournment March 12 and maybe the re won t. By the Way two or three Btu have been introduced by some poor but honest legislators to wipe out the mileage graft. The unanimity with which members in both branches Are flocking to the support of this proposition is truly touching brainer of Vinton county the author of the two cent a invite Bill introduced onto of these Natl mileage graft Bills tit Irskay of la St week he moved a suspension of the rubs so that his Bill could be Given its second Reading and referred to committee All Over the chamber members were deep in private correspondence or dozing in their chairs most of them were dully wondering Why somebody did no to make a motion to adjourn Quot if there Llano began speaker Mooney. You should have seen hint Bunch of near statesmen sit up and take notice and the growl it let out Quot no no a absolutely everybody waa wide awake in an instant poor prettier looked As guilty As a legislator with a Railroad pass in us pocket Quot since there is objection Quot said speaker Mooney and the clerk began to read a message from the Senate Why would t the House suspend Tho rules because it would be dangerous to suspend the rules so Early in the session. Besides this was not a a Emer gency Quot legislation. Of course it was different when the hitter Bill was introduced ten minutes later this measure carried the emergency Quot appropriation to pay salaries and mileage of member yes the rules were suspended in fact by to of clock the follow ing morning the Bill Tiad been shoved through both branches and signed by the presiding Mhoon for Cleveland aeon its j. H. Wade jr., and a. H. Morgan. Hie two Cleveland aeronaut Well known in Canton on account of their Man ascension Here have ordered a new balloon from Leo Stevens factory the balloon will be a Model for its kind when completed. Ii Quot ill be of 2200 cubic meters capacity about twice the size of the it is proposed to Nam it a the City of Cleveland a two baskets Are Tilo supplied for it one for passenger trips and one for racing purposes. New York authority states that when the initial trip in Tho balloon will be made from some Eastern City during the latter part of april or Early May. During the year it is also intended by messes. Wade and Morgan to make a Long distance flight probably Tom Canton. Police news William Martin a Moulder living on Camden Avenue was put in a predicament tuesday evening and his poor wife and children were greatly worried Over an incident that took place at their Home. It appears that the family formerly lived in Salem and that Martin drank frequently. While he and one of his friends in Salem were intoxicated one night they went to the Home of this Friend to spend the night. Soon after Marylu removed to his City and the Salem Man discovered that his watch was missing. It was a valuable one and All he could remember that he wore it the night he was with Martin and it was gone when to looked for it. He had a warrant issued for Martin and chief Turner came Over to Canton for Martin. He went to his Home in company with detective Bour und put Martins wife in the sweat Box. The poor woman wept bitterly and said she knew nothing about the watch and was satisfied that Hor husband did not. Her husband was away at the time and the officers started out to look for Bim. While thus engaged Martin returned Home Ani Learned that he was wanted by the Salem chief. He lost no time. But went direct to the police station meeting chief Turner a Little later. Martin was taken to chief Smith s office and a Volley of questions were shot at him. Quot i do one thing that i am ashamed of. And that is my drinking but my honesty has never Beton questioned a a said Martin. A if the Salem Man will just look in a Book Case on the third shelf he will and his watch just where he put it the night we West to bed the Telephone was used to Salem and a search was made. Just about five minutes before Ion just in time to Ratch the last car for Salem word came Back. Stating that the watch had been found and the Salem Man s memory came Back to hint. Chief Turner apologized to Martin and then left for his car while Martin went Back to bus Home with a much lighter heart but hts feelings were still wounded. Bartley Bradley the Man with $151.90 in his lockets when he was pulled from the Blind end of a mail car on the Wheeling monday night did not prove to be the Man who entered the Shaw Home but there is something strange in the Man s actions Aud he is still being held at the police station. He claims that he has been a worker on the a pipe line Quot but his hands and dress would not indicate that this is a fact. Word came to the police station on tuesday night that some unknown Man was act Iffe in a strange manner at the Corner of Gibbs Street and Washington Avenue and that he had climbed a Telephone pole. Patrolman a tunesmith was seut to the place but the Man was gone. An hour or two later patrolman Arf found a Man on Hie Street acting As if to was demented and walked him into the City prison. He refused to give his name. Attended funeral St Wakeman. L. B Davidson of 322 West seventh Street left Canton tuesday morning on a sorrowful Mission that of attending the funeral of i Nephew. Charles Amos it Wakeman. O Amos was m years of age and was known to a number of people in Centon having visited hts Uncle Hor about four weeks a it Amos a an employ of the United tit at of government having a contract for carrying the mail from one town to another in tit Vicinity of Norwalk. I ast saturday to was in Norwalk and desiring to return Home a jumped on a local of the Lake Shore Road to ride the Short he happened to jump on the train where two tramps or bums were located and thee Mon were the cause of hts death. They Aret robbed him of $3 0$ and then gave him a push from the train to fell Aero the rails and both legs were severed near his hips he died an hour later but was conscious Long enough to Tell the Story lie was a single us first banquet the boys of St. Peter athletic club celebrated their first anniversary As an organization with a banquet tuesday evening in St. Peter school. The boys Bogan dithering Early in the evening and doting a Short wait spent their time in singing and playing Van is game just before the doors of the banquet room were thrown open a flashlight picture was taken of the group after every boy had done full Justice to the occasion a program of toasts followed John Dehnke acting As toastmaster after giving a few remarks As to the object of the club and its Success he introduced John Marks last years president who spoke on Quot the club a the next speaker was Ray Becherer the recently elected president who had for is subject Quot the future of the in his talk he said that with the co operation of every member and of the Church the prospects for a successful year were exceedingly Bright. The next speaker was father Zierolf who told the boys to play the games with much vim but play a clean game above a1 things Julius Sonneborn who is known As the fat Man of the club had for his subject Quot the inconvenience of a fat Man in athletics William Kuhns Quot the Peerless Leader Quot told of the standing of the club in an Athel tir Way. Fatties Calvy was called upon to give his Quot experiences As a re forge Curtis Huth the manager of the basketball team told of tin advantages of being a member of Thi s. P. A c. L. Mather gave his experience in athletic training the general sentiment among those present was that banquets should by held Semi annually if not president was duped Washington Jan. 26.�?despite the ass Rance of the president that it was necessary for the Street Trust to absorb the Tennesse Coal amp Iron co. To prevent a panic the Senate will investigate the illegal merger. It is said the president was duped by the steel Trust into believing a certain new York banker loaded up with Tennessee was on the verge of failure which was untrue. If panic had depressed the prices of Tennessee the Trust with the president s consent was thin enabled to gobble it up. Henry c. Frick judge e. M Gary Chas. Schwa and a banker arc to appear before the Senate committee next week and reveal Tho details if it can a be dragged before them. To sell tags for Rene fit of team the boys athletic association of the High school have decided to hold a tag Day Friday. Tags will be sold at the High school during the Day and again in the evening at the auditorium when the High school basketball team clashes with Pittsburg High. The girls of the school will he drafted intr service and they will do most of to Quot Selling of the tags. The receipts will go for the Benefit of the basketball team. The tags will he red with a Large Black basketball in the Center. Salem Isaac Mendenhall 80, who drove the first engine Over Pittsburg fort Wayne amp Chicago division of the Pennsylvania is Carrollton Jan. 86�?judge Henry w. Faster tame Down rom Canton Friday at noon and finished up the business of Tho january term of court by handing Down his decisions in three cases. The Downs divorce and Alimony Case which was on trial five Days was concluded by the court refusing a divorce to mrs. -. S or von Alimony in the sum of $ too and the custody of the children. The Case of Klein amp Heffelman a Canton firm is. Alex Morrison was decided against the former. In the Case of Ruth Ward is the Barnards who was a suit to take property other than Saloon building in b amt Ca against Barnard for Selling liquor to Ward after being warned not to do so. Mrs Barnard was allowed to retain half of said property. The jury in the Mcenderfer damage Case is the Pennsylvania Railroad company returned a verdict of Imo for the plaintiff. He sued for $1,999. The slander and damage cases against t. H. Watson have been dismissal. By the plaintiffs or and mrs. It it. Blazer at their costs thee ase of Gibbs is. Chambers dismissed at costs of defendants and judgment reversed William Lam died recently in his Home at Bryan. He was born at Donegal Ireland in 1828, and came to this country four years later with hts parents and settled in Carrol county he went to Williams county ii 1849 he was engaged lit the drug business and was a frequent visitor to Carroll county. Isaac k Tinner of Edon is voting Home Folk near town. Henry Mccort of Canton was a Carrollton visitor on saturday. The election of officers for the Carroll county society was held on saturday there were 134 votes cast. The following were elected for i year Chalmer Flag fear Augusta o e Grunder Harrison m s Fawcett. Union we Barnhouse. Perry. For 3 years p o Mccol Center j. M Hull. East s. J George Fox of 8 Hoobler Monroe h. R Blazer. Washington Richard a bails an have sold the Timber on the Shull Trot farm to e b. Newel and the poles to the Bergholz Telephone company. Miss Ruth Busby is a guest of her sister mrs Harry Keyes at Canton mrs William Arbaugh spent the past week with her son in Law and daughter. Or. And mrs w. B. Law at Bowerston. The Ideal Rifle club held the sir annual banquet on wednesday evening in t. M Hemming room on East main Street or. Hemming prepared and served the menu which consisted of Turkey and All its trimmings oysters cigars Etc John Hines of Pekin the oldest Rifle shooter in the county and of i. Mcconnell of Sebring were the out of town guests. It was a very enjoyable affair on thursday the club held a big shoot at their Range on Hie fair grounds several shooters were present from Taber the number taking part in the match being thirteen High score was made by c. W Mcconnell of Carrollton who scored lit Points and took $3 60 of the Money Earl Long a 18 year old boy of Tabor was second with a score of 168 plaints and $2 35 to Money h l. Mcconnell of Sebring Lytle and Staley of Tabor were tied for third place with 151 Points John Hines of Pekin scored 147 Points. But rating out a number of the younger men. Mesdames Isaac h Taylor. Ray j. Bour and Harry b. Stewart of Canton were in attendance at a party Given by the misses Anna Aud Mary Pearce on Friday John Fryer of Harlem Springs who As Well known in Carrollton has been appointed postmaster at Mutt place miss Clyde Moffett of Canton was a guest of her Friend Litas Peart Gould Over sunday David 8a horse raised by 8 p Rinser of near town and sold to Pennsylvania parties has a record of loan to hts credit and his owner recently refused an offer of $4,500 for him. John Maser sold a 1700 Pound draft horse to East Liverpool parties for $2-ta the following o. Cera were installed by the chapter masons at their meeting wednesday evening d. D. Mcclymon. M sex h p. P o. Mccully m sex. K. I. H. Blythe m sex 8. D. Getzman c. Of ii ii. J. Eckley. F 8 j. C. Butler r a. A h j Richards g. 3rd v f. L. Harsh o. 2nd. V. Ii. 8. Butler j. M 1st v r e. Mcdonald treasurer i. M Downs see teary Fred j. Keates. Guard. After the installation a banquet was served. John v. Dewell sold irs personal property on thursday arid he and mrs Dewell will move to Cantor where their two son. John r. And Perry Lewell resale the remains of Simpson j. Harvey we d Chi Friday plug were interred in c a end View be mtg Ery out sunday. Services were held in the presbyterian Church. Of which he was a member Rev. W 8 Kreger officiating or. Harvey Wos aged 81 years and was one of the Best known and highly respected citizens of this Community. The Oil Well on the Charles Brooks farm Southeast of town is pumping four barrels of heavy Oil a Day. The Dithing machine has been nov a to Hie James Fawcett farm in the same neighbourhood. Mrs. Frank harsh of Harrison township was operated upon Wajo Aday for the removal of a superficial tumor under the right Arm. Or. March of Canton performed the operation assisted by or. J j Hathaway of Carrollton. Miss Lizzie Woodward of Minerva spent the past week with her grandparents or. Arni mrs. A. L. Billman. M is Bertha settler of Canton was a guest of or. And mrs. Tip Queen this week. Mrs i. M Downs. Miss Grace Mccully. Miss Alice Simpson miss coma sprawl. Liss Pearl Gould and Emmett Fisher and or. And mrs. W. H. Slates were Canton visitors during the we k. Hon. John h. Wimpie and daughters Marie and Bess o attended the marriage of his Niece miss Ethel Wimpie. At Minerva on saturday. Miss pimple is a daughter of or. And mrs Horace pimple who lived on the Enoch harsh farm for some time. Herman r. Nelson of Mechanicstown is the Happy Groom. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Carrollton Chautauqua association it was determined to hold a Chautauqua during the second weak of August. This is the Date of the county teachers Institute and will give the teachers a Chance to attend the attractions. Several special Days will be assigned to the program and speakers in accordance with the same will be secured. The association is capitalized at $5000 and sixty shares at $10 each has been subscribed for by Carrollton citizens. Stock subscriptions will is solicited by a committee from residents of each township in the county with a View of making it a county affair. L. S. Hall president William Boyd vice president Robert Brothers Secretary and j. B. F Edler treasurer Are the officials while the directorate consists of c. A. Tope h. J Richards l. S. Hall j. C. Ferrall and William Boyd an Effort will be made to secure William Jennings Bryan for one of the . Atwater Jan. 26�?Marlboro has their Farmers Institute on wednesday and thursday of this week. Mias Emma Hicklen a school at Deer Creek will spell Down and speak pieces Friday night. Major w h. Voorhees of science Hill found the trip to the regular bimonthly g. A. R. Meeting at Marlboro saturday through eight Miles of mud something like forced marches during the unpleasantness of 61-65. Young blood Don t notice mud or weather conditions in Case of a party and a girl. The party saturday night was in Edinburg but Southeast Randolph and Southwest Atwater were represented thereat with foaming steeds. Miss Lyda Fisher for past few months at Shawsville returned to Atwater saturday evening. Miss Mary Eyer is with or. And mrs. Everett Nuger. Of Randolph for a few weeks As assistant. Walter Rockhill has taken an interest in the Blacksmith shop at Limaville and will move april 1st. Harvey Petre will move to his father s farm. Hiram Swarts entertained 35 people sunday with his new graph phone at his Home. Or. Sahli has rented the Carl Marshall farm near me Callums a Corners. 60 acres. $150 per year. S w. Wilson our real estate Man and wife returned from a look at Southeast Texas sunday evening. They found the people Down there recovering from a serious disaster i. A. One of the hardest frosts they had Ever experienced. Strawberries potato tops. Everything Green was seared and Brown. Train loads of people Are going Down Livre and a big Boom is on. 9 w. Says he was offered to per cent to soil land there. One Man bought Tikoo acres near Houston fenced for $20 per for a pasture Field for cattle. Mrs o. P Thompson chairman of the Deer Creek w. A. Getting signers to a petition to the Senate and House of representatives of the United states Reading As follows Quot we. The undersigned citizens of the United states Over 21 years of age. Hereby petition your honorable body to submit to the Legislatures of the several states for ratification of an amendment to the National Constitution which will enable women to vote Quot the above is being largely signed and of the Vav. 8 a of the country carry out their plan there will be a petition presented to Congress a mile in length David Lloyd has been a hard working Man for years he has run a farm put thereon Fine buildings and during the Winter bought Hay Over 2 or 3 township and hauled it to Alliance for customers Many a time he Las been seen on a Load of Hay on route when the Snow flew Aud temperature below Zero. He is broken Down in health now and wants hts son Harvey now of Seattle. Wash. To come Home and run Tho farm. If to Don t come this Spring or. Lloyd and family propose going to see him. Rent a House for the summer in Seattle and take in Tho world s fair. The Sale of the Fred Vick farm. North of Marlboro onto half mile has fallen through and Fred has decided to build a new House and move thereon Bert Stewart has been buying horses in Cleveland for Randolph Farmers miss Hattie Hick who for the past year Hies held a Good position with a new York millinery firm after a visit with Atwater and Alliance friends has accepted a like position at Lincoln. Neb a runaway team tuesday belonging to an Industry Farmer brought up against Paul Hamiltons front porch with Little damage. The Penna company has again taken another Man off each Section gang along its line leaving but three men in each the following Atwater people compromised their damage claims from fires along the c amp p Railroad with a claim agent last week George and Edgar Stroup. Henry Butler. Riley Johnston a w Wilson or. Mort and Tom Wilkes j c. Unger on the former Henry Brook farm one and one half Miles Northeast of Marlboro has sold to a Columbiana county Man All of his farm East of Tho Road. In acres for $13000. This leaves him $1500 ahead of Tho game and 90 acres West of the Road with the buildings and by far the Best of the land. When John bought this farm a few years ago going in debt $0000. With interest $1 of per Day year round. Sundays and All som people thought him about ready for the Asylum it did puss his friends to know what he and his wife wanted so much land for and no heirs apparent. The Man who Bouillin this tract and unimproved land is getting $900 a month Royalty on a flowing Oil Well and can pay out Aas enough if the Oil holds out. New Chambersburg. New Chambersburg Jan 26�?mr and mrs. We. P. Clark of Stringtown ire spending a few Days with or. And mrs. Jefferson Milbourn. Vern by me called on friends in East Rochester sunday. I Ester Pickren and Frank Russell were calling in Rochester saturday. Jacob Glass made a trip to Alexander sunday. Harry Ruff and Loyd Albright were at Georgetown saturday. Win. Miller and wife of Bayard spent sunday with or. And mrs. Chancey towns. Mrs. We. Robins son Elson and grand daughter. Mildred of East Rochester called to see mrs. Mary Klein Friday or. And mrs. John s. Weaver returned to their Home near Alliance sunday Atter visiting relatives Here a few Days. Or. And mrs. James Crest spent saturday with or. And mrs. Al Loudon of East Rochester the former also spent sunday with mrs. Crist s parents or. And mrs we. Wolf of near Alexander miss Erma Pieren mrs. Anna Sailor and or. I Ester Pieren All made a trip to Alliance monday Quot. Or. And mrs Fred risen Are spending a few Days in Minerva. Or. Risen will soon move his family to Minerva where or. Risen is employed in a shop. Or. And mrs. Henry Weaver gave a party Friday evening to a few of their friends and neighbors. Fred Glass and family of Alexander called to see his Mother mrs. Eliza gloss monday. The quarantines at East Rochester have been removed. The tools and Derick have been placed on the farm of John a. Summers to begin drilling for Greenville. East Greenville Jan. 26�? Lookout Council. No. 48, or. O. U. A. M., met in Buckeye Hall on Davis Avenue on thursday evening and installed Tho following officers after initiation councilor Simon Wolgamot vice councilor Jacob Edwards recording Secretary Clarence Zuppa assistant recording Secretary Geo. W. Wampler financial Secretary g. A. Beltman treasurer a. V. Owens Warden Edward Mitten conductor David Davis chaplain e. H. Eek Road out a de Sentinel Harry Cartwright. Inside Sentinel. A. J. Carman representative Frank Shaub alternate we. D. Walter trustee l. B. Harris and we. Baer. Henry madder of Akron was Here a few Days visiting relatives and friends. John Ickes of Alliance was in our Village on saturday the guest of his sister mrs. Jacob Young. Nick Sleker jr., who is working at Bergholz was Here a couple of Days last week calling on friends and acquaintances. Geneva Jackson is the guest of or. And mrs. Chas. Graybill. There was a social gathering hold at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Shaub on Friday evening. The following were among the guests present John Brenner and family David Brenner and family David Edwards and family Alex Miller and family or. And mrs. Eduard Thomas or. Frank Kunz and wife Thomas v. Thomas and Clifford Shaub. The evening was spent in playing games and interspersed with instrumental music. Mrs. V. S. Brown and mrs. Thos. Mcguire. Of Massillon spent Friday calling of friends Here mrs. Jacob Edwards and miss Ell i hang of Beach Grove were the guest of miss Grace Thomas on Friday evening. Rev. G. H. Hoffman of West Brookfield occupied the pulpit of the m. K. Church on sunday afternoon. Rev. Hoffman is still holding revival meetings at West Lebanon. Shaika tribe no. 62, improved order of red men will hold their annual banquet in the Buckeye Hall on saturday evening Jan. 30th.suffield. Suffield Jan. 2$�?mr. And mrs. Adam Halblaub. Of Brimfield have moved into Norman Cramer s House East of town. Or. And mrs. Henry Germier were in Akron thursday. Joseph Bissler made a business trip to Charleston Friday. Or. And mrs. Wiliam Fox returned to their Home Here sunday. And and mrs n. A. Cramer spent thursday in Akron. Or. And mrs William Hill of Cleveland were guests at the Home of or. Hill s sister mrs. Albert Kent and family. Saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. Charles Mummer made a business trip to Akron. Thursday. The primary teacher Mise Luella Boosinger gave her scholar a Sleigh ride to Brimfield tuesday afternoon. Tile Euord entertainers will go o the third number of our lecture course at the town Nail saturday evening Jan. 36. Fred Fritch of Akron visited his parents or. And mrs. George Fritch saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs Emmet Wegman of Cleveland were sunday visitors with his parents Peter Wegman and wife. Milo Ewell was in Akron saturday. Miss i Lna Swartz visited relatives in Brimfield tuesday. Miss Anna Fox is employed at Akron. Or Seth Man of Pennsylvania spent several Days with hts daughter mrs. Milo Ewell. Or. And mrs. Duane Kent attended the Farmer s Institute at Cuya hoga Falls thursday. Mrs Dallas Kellar and son Kenneth of Harte lie spent saturday and sunday it a parents or. And mrs. Levi Shanafelt. It social Given by the ladies Aid at the town halt saturday evening was Well attended and a Success in every Way. A play entitled Quot a business meeting a was Given by the ladies aft which a lunch was served. There will be a dance at the town Hall thursday evening. Miss Lulu Cramer or Hartville spent wednesday with her aunt mrs. Norman Cramer and family. Church services at the reformed Church sunday morning at to. Sunday school at 9 30.Northeast Hartville. North East Hartville Jan. 2$�?mrs. Ell Brumbaugh and sister Ida spent wednesday and thursday in Barberton. Lamar Dulabahn was at Randolph thursday Jacob Ribald mrs Charles Foliar and mrs William returned saturday after spending a Tew week with relatives in Henry county. Mrs Eli Brumbaugh is spending a few trays with tier parents or and mrs. Hill of new Berlin. Mrs. Sarah Wymer attended Tho w. It t v. Meeting at new Baltimore tuesday. Al Brumbaugh was at Louisville wednesday. I. Ida Hill has returned to her Home in new Berlin after spending a week with or and mrs Eli mum. Augh. Mrs. Biter Bowers is visiting to few Days with her father and a Kent. Or am or. Howard Brumbaugh and laughters grave and Thelma were at new Berlin 8aurday. C f Dulabahn was it Canton monday. Or. And mrs Frank Bryan of Dayton Are visiting in this Vicinity. Or. And mrs. Frank Smith and son Laurel returned Friday after spending a month with relatives in Cleveland Collinwood and Akron. Howard Brumbaugh a at Loui Avula y misses Cord Shafer. Dorsey Bower Aud Lucy Miller and messes. Jesse and Willlam Bowers of South Randolph pent it unday with miss Bessie and lamas Dulabahn

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