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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 28, 1909, Canton, Ohio Business instruction and mirth combined crowning feature was or h. W. Wiley s lecture elaborately arranged banquet followed. President of the medical society. So of spoke. He ale was warm in his Praise of the ladies saving a without the ladies a Banket larks that delightful essence that Only conies with such an occasion music for the banquet a furnished by Ballard a orchestra. Comments upon the excellent service of the banquet by the fair lady waiters recently brought Here from Chicago were frequently made. The following out of town guests were present or j d. Of Brien of the Massillon state Hospital it. R. J. Pumphrey of Massillon or. J. A. Tressell and wife and its. Granahan of Alliance or. G l King of Alliance or c. L. Held. Or. D. K. Bowman or. Weber and or. Everhard All of Akron or. B. R. Mcclellan of Xenia or h. W. Wiley of Washington or. Buchman new cases. 19514�?clara Shipbaugh a. Grant Shipbaugh. J. W Burris attorney. 19515�?esquire h. Kelly is. Florence b Kelly. William Roach attorney 19516�?the Ohio mining and rail. Was company is the Baltimore amp following out mown guests j Railroad company. Atlee Pom present or. H. C. Eyman. And Kau Orney. _ marriage licenses. Clifford Earl Bradford 23, machinist to Marie Elizabeth Heim 21, Canton. Thursday was the in. Eventful fairly exhaust Thema Elve. Trying to of by. Buechler. Of Louisville or. H. E. Corl. Of Middlebranch or steel and or. J. When the pure food and drugs act the one that became a Law was presented to the Senate the people Especial the medical men were thoroughly organized to fight for its passage. In every Remote part of the United states the doctors and physicians wrote to their senators and representatives and their work towards 1 the passage of the Bill was very of a feet Lve. Strength and Power is one j thing but when to use this is another. It the medical men knew when. When the Bill came up they As a unit were ready with a flood of telegrams to i urge their congressmen and senators to stand by it. A the work of the women a clubs throughout the United states was also very commendable. I found that their my Kinley Monument nos Tim us i find wrong with which to argue against Day of the year in Canton medical of to me when the first food now Ruphin and or circles they played in four Separ to were introduced in Congress the b. Doug r greent0wn a ate and distinct roles during the Day. People were not organized for therm l. E. Dougherty of listener the talker the and consequently the enemies of the sin neuter and the merry maker. They Law found but Little difficulty in Black did a great Deal of All of these i j tag it versions and in their role they a i i quilted themselves creditably. It was indeed a big Day for the medics. The pleasure were confined not to the physicians alone but their wives and guests enjoyed themselves equally As much. Business Tion and mirth combined to make the annual reunion of society and their wives doubt the most successful in the his tory of the organization. Nor can it be said that the enjoyment a All that of the Canton medical men for representative no from All parts of the county were present making the affair one Stark county and not of t an ton a1 of e. First on the program for the Day by us Luc. Vii y was the annual business meeting of j influence Wah also very effective to the Stark county medical society for wards the passage of the Bill. When. From All i. Of. Which members gathered from All parts of Molly Stark to elect their officers for the ensuing year the meeting was one of the Best attended in the history of the society but the crowning feature of All of the events was the lecture of or. Re w. Wiley chief of the Bureau the vote was taken for and against the measure but four senators voted against it. Quot but the work of the espouses of the pure foods was not completed with the passage of the Bill. The next duty and the next Effort to be put Forth was to see to the proper in chemistry of the department of Agri Forcer nent of the act. Medicine was jul Ittner at Washington at the first never meant to be practice through m it Church a Large number of a persons realizing the rarity of the Opportunity of hearing a lecture from such an authority flocked to the Church taxing its capacity to the utmost and evidence of their relish of the talk was shown by the deep attention and interest displayed by All following the lecture came the banquet probably the most elaborately arranged and most thoroughly carried out in the history of the society. Eighty seven physicians with their wive sat at the tables and having partaken of the generous feast set before them they again feasted upon a repast of rare intellect and wit furnished by speakers who vied with one another in spellbinding their audience. Or. Kahler the retiring president introduced the toastmaster. Or. A. C. Jones of whom it can be said. Conducted the banquet in a very Clever or h. W. Wiley the Man who bears a world wide reputation As the foe to impure food and drugs arrived in Canton Early thursday afternoon. He was escorted to various parts of interest about the City including the Mckinley Monument and the Homestead on North Market Street. Returning from the Monument he was taken to the meeting of the Stark county medical society at the City Hall. Of the Monument he said a i have now seen the monuments of Lin Coin Garfield Grant Napoleon the great and a number of others. I think that the Mckinley Monument rivals All of them. I Ani not pleased How vere with the situation of the Bronze statute of Mckinley. It should either be at the top or the Bottom of the Steps i or. Wiley was a great Friend of president Mckinley and seemed deeply impressed with the magnify Cence of the Sarcophagi is. Probate court Calendar. In estate of Salome Kline final account filed. A will of Caroline troop. Paris township filed for probate. Will of John j Larson Canton probated. I in estate of Harriet Holibaugh Marlboro township. Jane Funkhouser appointed administer matrix with will annexed. In estate of John j. Larson Canton Sophia Larson appointed executrix. In estate of George Pellach final account filed. In estate of Conrad Rimes final account filed. In estate of Alfonso Hicklin final account filed. In guardianship of John Pollack and Mary Pellek final account filed seven True Bills returned against Harry c. Knobloch sex county treasurer for embezzlement and forgery surrenders and gives $7000 Bond. The. January jury whirl Baa a and a air company Cli cd Quot Noe been in session just thirteen Days completed its work thursday after and the Oiler one on Catherine Meyer of this City. No sooner had the former county a i Xiu of Vlf i i i cxa4 noon and reported before judge am treasurer been named in the True Bier at 4 20. In All fifty cases were Bills when attorney Luther Day coun investigated and thirty seven indictments were returned. Seven of the True Bills reported were against sex treasure hat 0 Jisoo for each indictment Knobloch. Who resigned Bis position / _ a at tie request of the Board of county commissioners sex prosecutor l. C foods for drugs can be bought at the drug stores. A there is no convincing reason Why drugs should be put in foods a or. Wiley concluded his address by enumerating the various products in which adulteration most frequently took place including flout and preservatives. Millers he said bleached their flour with nitric peroxide because they say housewives a Aud Bakers desire the White effect. A but Bakers and housewives a he said a do not desire anything More than the natural the banquet. It was almost nine o clock we Hen the Banque ters seated themselves about the tables in the dining room of the Courtland. It required Over an hour for the serving of the menu. The gathering was brought to order i when or. J. F. Kahler the retiring president of the society arose and abducted Bride tells horrible Story. Middletown n. Jan. 21.�?madonna Gaetano a Bride of two weeks abducted yesterday morning after her Hua and had been fatally wounded and her Cousin Carminio killed was Able to Tell the terrible Story this afternoon. She said Quot we came to America monday. Tuesday night we reached Middletown. We stopped in a Saloon to ask the Way to Otisville. Three men became Friendly with my husband and said they would show him a Good place to stay. We walked two Miles and then the guides began shooting. Cousin and my husband Billon $4524 fell and the men jumped on them then they put me in a Box car and i had to submit to the three the husband died this morning but his wife has not yet been told. One suspect arrested. Real estate transfers. William h. Poyser and Helen e. Poyser to William c. Green Southwest Quarter of Section 34, Marlboro township $1 Ira e. Sheets and Olive sheets to Joseph Man band. Part of West half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 7, new Berlin $1625. J. B. Snyder Assignee of John and Malinda Imhoff to Henry e. Huth Nacher part out lot 261, Canton $2000 the Alliance improvement company to John e. Morris lot 57. Al Hance $275. H. H. Shanafelt it a1, to Joseph l hots. Lot 13471 in h. H. And w. B. Shanafelt a third addition to Canton $525. The consolidated realty company to mrs. Uda c. Heeder lot 3908, Canton $300. Mrs. Etta b Duff widow to Belinda j. Raff lot la in e. S. Raff a addition to Canton $1. Emma Mohler and Edward Mohler to Wallace books part of Southwest Quarter of Section 3, Tuscarawas township $1330. I. K. Alpaugh and Sylvester Burd sold and conveyed by sheriff r. Frank i Wilson to the Massillon loan amp building company part lot 239, mus Sel for or. Knobloch. Appeared before judge Imbler and immediately made arrangements a for furnish leg Bond which was fixed by the court at $7000, while clerk Wise was getting tidy to draw up the Bonds Sev it a in number Aith request of attorney Day sex treasurer Knobloch together with his three Bondsmen arrived at the court Bouse and the indicted Man immediately surrendered himself of it r to one Rita la. Frank Wilson attorney Day accompanied by or. Knobloch then appeared in court and named Mavor a. R Turnbull w. W. Irwin and b. T. S Ellier no loud snick. Or Knobloch was then released to appt a in court when wanted although none of the names of the Saloon keepers who were indicted by the grand jury were Given out yester Day afternoon it. Was Learned that seven or eight liquor men were named Iii the True Bills for violating the sunday liquor Laws of Ohio a number of secret indictments were returned while a number of others will he Given out for publication within a Day or two. The indictments made Public yesterday afternoon besides the seven count s brought against sex treasurer Knobloch were Edward Mason grand larceny Harry Gray pocket picking Frank Snooks grand larceny Howard Bohall grand larceny Clem w. Udham and state examiners shortly Kittle. Horse stealing and larceny an conducted the banquet in a very Clever j a 9hort introductory remarks manner. Speeches were made by or. Introduced the toastmaster or. C. C. Frank Gavin or. A b. I Jones the latter speaking a few Rev e 0. Buxton or. L. E. Flick Toter and or. H. W. Wiley or. Wiley a lecture. Millionaire on trial for murder. Mobile. Jan. 21.�?charles r. Smith millionaire planter of Artesia miss., placed on preliminary trial today for the murder of Eugene a. Lament a travelling Man of Nashville at Artesia. Smith with tears in his eyes told How latter speaking a few minutes soon gave Way for or. Frank Gavin who responded to the Toast or Wiley a Lugtu Kab. in his address he called at a limn Wun learn i a a or m w Wiley chief of the Bureau Tention to the different types of Doc the Only daughter of his dead wife Rhor Nistra of the agricultural de-1 tors. He classified them in seven it had ruined. To admitted the Lirt mint at Washington spoke be distinct kinds namely the political vintner hut claimed self defense. Fore a food sized audience of Canton j doctor the business doctor the so citizens including Many physicians at rial doctor the near quack Doc tar the first m. E. Church last night. The j the Busy doctor the symptom doctor subject of his talk was a the relation and the Ideal doctor. Or. Gavin de of the medical profession to the pure scribed his Ideal doctor As follows foods and drugs act Quot in which he be a Ould have him a Man whose Char David b. Day to Mary b. Day lot 6178, Canton $10. George w Evans and Bertha e. Evans sold and conveyed by sheriff r. Frank Wilson to the Massillon loan amp building company lot 1780, Massillon. $874. After election last november. Four Gelo Barilla of the indictments charge embezzlement and the other three forgery. I he four counts for embezzlement Are for sex treasurer Knoblochh a failure to Settle with the county auditor at the time of tile Semi annual settlements tee three other Ridic merits Are for tagging tax dual Kutas two on the Valliant shooting w 11 ii intent to kill Mike Brett. Burglary Royal Smith pocket picking Frank Bacca Poi wet picking. Not since the Bank cases several years ago has there been so Many indictments reported. The grand jury at that time returned More than 40 True Bills. Carrollton new Alexander. Marshall trial begins. Union City tenn., Jan. 21�?trial of de. Marshall charged with the murder of Captain Rankin for which eight Roods Ana in rugs a a a a a a Uuie a a a a men have already been convicted be seethed the local society to continue Acter is Fine and Strong for above All j in afternoon. Marshall is one Quot . N la character that counts whose in i of the wealthiest men in this Sec Tion. He is said to be the Man who begged for Rankin s life and offered to fight for him. Disagreement or acquittal expected. See Gifu my iwo ,., a a its efforts toward the promotion or a 1s Cimra Eier Moi sumo the pure foods cause and denounced Tel Lect is keen capable of making. A a i. A. _ a a Jin we a l a not is w pop _ a i. .4 i 4 n i a Ort Al Ico la to f a the adulterate is As persons who were menaces to the welfare of the american people. It was shortly after 7 o clock that what is Best out of itself whose judgment places him firmly on the ground of truth and Honor always directing towards that which is highest and the speakers entered the Church. Rev i Esti whose love for his profession is b. P. Herbruck pastor of Trinity re j go deep a never for a moment to let formed Church arose and pronounced forget her glorious precepts and accuse actuated by judge being hatred. Ivi i a a him forget her glorious precepts an Washington Jan. 21�?in federation the invocation. Or. Kahlor af01 As whose Devotion to his science make sit f0 May Gompers Mitchell and mor chairman of the meeting and in his him Eyer disc pie 0f learning and Ison attack judge Wright in these introductory speech he characterized cuu ure j Terpst Sorl of a Way. Gompers charges i a a 7&Quot in Wert Minerva trailers monday a your physician should be enough of i Wright with being actuated by hatred. Kennedy and Bernard Hawkins i a _4 a a Iii Mich fit i it it ii ii n Niv i Mira Ive. F cd i a i cum. I introductory speech he characterized the medical profession As a the occupation whose object was to prolong life and make it More comfortable. He then introduced or. Wiley As a Man whose Fame was International and who was known in All parts of the civilized world for the Good which he had accomplished towards the cause of pure foods. Or. Wiley in opening his lecture told new Alexander Jan. 2. A miss Emma Pieren spent Troin Friday till Munday with relatives in Canton. Mrs. Elizabeth Knight spent several Days of last week with her brother John i Lime of new Chambersburg Joseph snivel of Cleveland spent several Days of last week with friends in this Vicinity. Walter Weaver was at East Rochester wednesday. Or. And mr9. Frank Rummer spent sunday will her parents or. And mrs. William Carle at new Garden. Mrs. Liza Knight and daughter were Here wednesday. A i Emmons is working for Allen Louden mar East Rochester. Mrs. John Reamer and son Paul have returned after spending a few a it a with friends in East Rochester. Several from this Vicinity attended the spelling at North Georgetown monday night. Or. And mrs George Ranor of Adair. Were in our Village monday mrs. John Pilmer spent tuesday with mrs. George Reamer 1 James Liber and sister mrs. Louisa Carrollton Jan. School teams played game of Basket Hall at Knickerbocker rink saturday night the first team winning by the score of 80 to 14. Prayer meetings were held in the Homes of six members of the m. E. Church on wednesday evening in the different sections of town. A series of meetings will be commenced in the Church sunday evening. Miss Hettie Coleman was Given a Surprise party at the Home of her Friend. Miss Nellie Rou Lebush. On monday evening by a number of Lier girl friends it being her sixteenth birthday George n. Eby of Barberton was in Carrollton on tuesday attending a meeting of the stockholders and Sarah Cameron the latter part of i last week. Or. Kennedy who was i two High j formerly general superintendent of an interesting the old a. It a. In now with Tho Groat Northern Railroad and is located at St. Paul. Mrs. Maria Denney of new Harrisburg is visiting her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Trank Dunlap. The damage Case of Jerry tartar against Hie Pennsylvania Railroad has been on trial All week and up to wednesday evening had not been completed. Malvern. Malvern Jan. 21�?1. M. Motz was a Canton business visitor tuesday. Mrs a fable Totten and son. Keu a me Cums us Nett and daughter Catherine of creditors of the rubber factory. What Oneida were visiting her Mother t. A a. 9 to i in 11. Vin it of in was done about the affairs of the company has not been Given Public Ity Biel the Fate of the factory is still unknown. Mrs. Ralph Kirby and daughter and miss Edith Kirby of Perrysville were Carrollton callers on tuesday. A. A. Stewart was at Alliance saturday and sunday a guest of his son and daughter by Law. Or and j mrs. John Stewart and made the a p. Barton Over sunday. Mrs. Chaa. Kirkpatrick is Well again after a seige of acute Indi Gex Tion. H. J Wilson of Cleveland visited at his brother Hurt s the first of the week. Miss Bessie Tomlinson of Watts Ville is visiting at de Tomlinson s. Or. And mrs. Albert Laubacher i it a politician to exercise tact enough of a business Man to collect Bis Bills and save his earnings social enough to be of the greatest service to All Mankind. Enough of an alarmist to give warning of real danger enough of an enthusiast to take a real inter Terest in his work enough of an All specialist to be prepared for of the compliment which be Consi ueim9v meet Bush enough de conferred upon him by being invited to Canton Quot the City to which every whatever he May meet Busy enough to do his full duty and enough of True american citizen wants to make a symptom doctor to relieve suffering at least one pilgrimage for reason of permanently of he can temporarily if its being the Home of the late presi he must. Sham and pretence Are forded to the memory of eign to this Man. His feet Are set Mckinley he pronounced a rare trib in the path of open Day and his deeds Ute designating the martyred presi Are known and read of All men Dent As Quot a Man who loved peace although it was his lot to see War in bus administration and a Man who loved everything that benefited the a welfare of the american he then spoke of the close affiliation of the medical profession and the ministry. Both he said seemed to be linked towards the common Good of Man and he told of their appreciable influence towards the passage of the pure food and drugs act. A your cause a he said Quot is one of common honesty and Good morals. It la a measure for the abolishment of Quot wealth is a poor Reward for the toils of a strenuous life if unaccompanied by health and happiness nor ennobled by the influences that make life better and brighter. Lets radiate kindly feeling genuine Fellowship and or. J. B. Dougherty of new Berlin spoke upon Quot telephones a which he designated As a an inevitable evil a a a a Devilish nerve racking device a and maliciously or. Dougherty a description or numerous Telephone experiences kept the audience in a veritable paroxysm of laughter my a measure 1u1 Lut Tuuu Oumi. Ill a Sci i topic Poison in foods and the cheating of j throughout his talk. Describing the. I m i in r it to Torta Tyrh the people. Feeling of the majority of the doctors e yes uric. I a a the pure foods and drugs act is towards the Telephone he said a a m t a _ a. Annn Coo Tinnil i i am a a Konnii too i divided into two separate sections one which applies to drugs and the other to foods. It does not apply Only to those substances which we commonly Call foods but to All kinds of condiments beverages confectionery of every kind and every other thing which we May eat. It applies not Only to Man but it also charges it a crime to provide adulterated food for animals. A was the Law applies to drugs it is stated in very dear and comprehensive Terras. It designates adulteration and mis branding to All forms of drugs used for cure for prevention of disease or any other purpose. It is an offence to abstract any Good ingredient while it is likewise a violation he regards it As a personal enemy that tries to make his existence unbearable. It purposely selects the time when he is eating or resting to Call him most insistently. It selects the most inclement weather for his longest drives. It Calls him at Midnight hours for the most trivial reasons. If he prepares for a few hours of relaxation it Waits until he is ready to go and then Calls him and insists and demands that he spoil his evening. When he is Busy it Calls him constantly and Many sleepless nights Are spent while it constantly nagged him with useless questions to gratify the gossip or the Busy the Rev. E. O. Buxton spoke upon Quot condiments a and told of the things he alleges that two hours before sentence was passed the new Nork afternoon papers had the decision on the Street. California coast at mercy of foreign foes. Washington Jan. 21.�?according to report made to Congress by army general staff today the California coast is at the mercy of foreign foes. Japan not named in report which has to do with the defense of san Pedro Harbor. Six chinks killed in riot. Johannesburg Transvaal Jan. 21-six chinamen killed and a score seriously injured at Valley deep mine today during a riot. The chinks had been in an ugly mood for some Days. This morning 800 refused to go to work and started wrecking the mines. Police called and they finaly got the upper hand. Public funeral for All the dead. Chicago. Jan. 21�?totgl death list by the burning of the Jackson crib not known up to a late hour this evening. From a list of company employees the authorities place it at 8. It is not doubted but the number will be increased. Authorities to make a rigid investigation. There will be one Public funeral for All the dead. Joseph Kennedy and Bernard Hawkins of Augusta called on the former a Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs George Reamer. There Are several cases of Scarlet fever at East Rochester. F. Lot was in our Village monday mrs. Almira revel has gone to Alliance to help care for her Mother mrs. Marie Jennings. Or. And mss. Zora Barnes who wire the guests of relatives at Cleveland Toledo and Alliance have returned Home. John Reamer was in East Rochester caller Friday. Navarre. Navarre. Jan. 21�?the death of mrs. Wilhelmina Chile occurred tuesday evening at 8 of clock. She Quot As nearly 86 years of age and is Hui Vived by three daughters and three sons mrs. Will Hollinger of canal Fulton mrs. Alma Mentzer. Of Navarre miss Louise to he of Canton Charles of Canton Harmon of Cleveland and Alexander of Navarre. A daughter mrs Helen Carver of Toledo preceded her two weeks today. There Are six grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Funeral services at the Home of mrs. Alma Mentzer Friday afternoon at 1 30 burial in Hie Massillon cemetery. Rev. Diegle will officiate a. Al the 100th birthday of Edgar Al Len Poe was celebrated at the Navarre High school under the auspices of the Junior class tuesday afternoon. The program was As follows music biography of Edgar alien of a witnesses in libel Case. Washington. Jan. 21�? Elihu Root Philander Knox and assistant Attar Tylo Grapy i a. Ney general Russell will testify he i Carl z. Shetler a Annabel Lee a my in _4 ii wit in f i f1 i a ii. A a t Innon a p Quaintance of his grandson who arrived at the Home of or and mrs. Stewart a couple of weeks ego. Ralph Wagner who had been at Home several weeks on account of illness from typhoid pneumonia returned to Ada on sunday where he is attending the Ohio Northern University. Jay Taylor of Canton was a Carrollton visitor on sunday. Arthur Whitney. Who had been employed at the rubber factory for some time moved his household goods on monday to Canton where it is said he will be employed in a rubber factory which will be operated by j. J. Lee who recently was manager of the rubber factory at this place. Hal lib Stewart who is employed at Alliance was with Home folks Over sunday. James Gantz the Butcher is badly crippled from rheumatism. Or. And mrs. Snyder of Robertsville were guests of mrs. Snyders brother i. L. Mccullough sunday. A sled Load of the band boys went out tuesday night to see prof. Webster their director who has been on the sick list. Several selections were played before they i it Tow n and on their return w High were highly appreciated. C. C. Hemming was up from Dell Roy on monday visiting his daughters. Mrs. Grant Gregory and miss Kila Hemming. Bert. Chaddock who has been employed in the Campbell Barber shop for some time has returned to his Home at Idaville. D. B. Naples editor of the min tuesday for Akron where they will fore the grand jury tomorrow in the action against the new York world and Indianapolis news. Subpoenas were Issue late this afternoon. No session of grand jury today no senator . 111., Jan. 21.�?seven bal i conqueror w lots taken for u. 8. Senator today. A no result. Hopkins losing strength. Started the Day with 87 and wound up with 83. Adjourned until tuesday. Erva news was a guest of Carroll-1 tuesday. Make their Home. Frank Strider bus purchased the Wash Wherry farm. Mrs Harry Post of Cleveland who is visiting her aunt Laura Stahl at Oneida was calling on friends Here last week. A the ladies Aid society of the lutheran Church was entertained at the Home of mrs. A. V. Woods thursday evening. The eighth annual Institute of the Farmers of Brown township was i held in the Hall monday and tuesday. Under the auspices of the Ohio state Board of agricultural. These meetings were very largely attended and were very interesting. A i he speak ors were j. A. Drake and j. A. Dobie and miss Goldie Allensworth gave some very Fine leading. Mrs John Huddleson of Salem is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Huddleson. John Myers and wife spent a few Days visiting friends in Toronto. Or. And mrs s. Weir of Mechanicstown were visitors at the Horn of their sons o. Cd Anil t. La Weir. Mrs. Belle Gween left last week to stay until Spring with her daughter. Mrs. De. Hines at Massillon. John Caldwell and daughter Ethel left for their Home at North Branch Mich after a months visit with his Mother mrs. W. J. Caldwell and other relatives. Garnet French of Canton visited with goo. Neidlinger monday. Miss Ethel Bortz of Hibbetts visited at her Cousin mrs t. C. Van Pelt and attended the Institute. Or. And mrs. Wade Tompson visited at or and mrs. And. Dump Eton Lent wine la is Gnu wisc n , Buu Lulu i me if any injurious substance is placed in j which season the medical practice tall _ j to in an co for 1 it i. A. A the drug. It is an offence for the Teller of the drug to use any kind of device design or Brand that is in any Way misleading. It is a Case of a telling the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth a a but in relating us history of the pure food and drugs act. One must go Back before its passage. For the past 25 years Many Bills embodying the principles of the pure food and drugs pct bad been introduced but All of pm failed to pass. The food Law was d is yet charged with almost every make it a pleasure. Or. I. E. Fluckinger gave a highly appreciable address upon a smiles Quot he said Quot we laugh when we feel like it and because we feel like it. Men have Analysed wit and humor in their efforts to discover the secret. They Tell us in a general Way that Demarest wins. Philadelphia Jan. 21. Demarest Ron g. Swallen Quot Lenore a Gale b. Gaddis music Quot Valley of Edwin c re Ider Quot a dream within a dream a Elmer c. Hug a dreamland a Bessie l. Thomas a the City in the sea Quot Nna Beck a the Sleeper a Gertrude Carver a the Magdalina Zin canister music a a talk on literature Quot prof. E. A. Richardson. Middlebranch. Middlebranch Jan. 21�?fifteen members of the Home department of open a shoe from concluded 18-2 balk line billiard match i the Cairo reformed sunday of Hool with Mclaughlin. We on both after noon and evening games 300 to 162 and 300 to 221. Met at the Home of or. And mrs Henry Brown on wednesday evening. A social time was enjoyed by All the members were treated to apples and fudge. Tho Home depart. A a. Ii a ill to Raj a Congruity that makes us laugh but not All surprises and incongruities Are laughable. Some Are very j or. H. W. Wiley gave an Imp Romp a a a lid i a Pirn to Quot address in which he complimented my with the possible exception of the the sicilian earthquake and i have no. Efforts and in which he pal i a it. G 4oubt that too will be attributed to it tribute to the women for their Presto the course of time. Its enemies ence. V charge business depressions to it they i or. B. R. Mcclellan of Xenia sex Luvy Ich lib ins Ca fetus Ai it is the element of Surprise or in Mittee on appropriations Cut a Uoo , a Ian Arv a a i from Bill for autos for next president. The item was included in the House Bill upon the expressed wish of Taft. stand for autos. A Yyi a a. Washington Jan. 21.�?senate com ment meets in the Gibson Hall every knives for Teddy shunt. Boston Jan. 21�? Fourt knives just finished Here for Roosevelt a african trip 2 double edged Hunting with 9% a Inch Blades to Inch Brush knife and 9 Inch skinning knife. Sunday morning at 9 30. Charged with being a Cannibal. Montreal Jan. 21�?belgian trapper named Grasset captured at fort Albany Hudson Bay company Post charged with killing and eating portions of the bodies of i Rench companion named Bernard and guide . A year Amla half ago in chitto James country. Ton friends sunday m. J. Lanahan will store in february. James c. Haines was Over Minerva tuesday on business. A. G. Hewitt who resided about three Miles North of town died in his Home on sunday from lung trouble from which he had suffered for a Long time. The remains were interred in Grandview cemetery on tuesday Rev. C. W. Harshman Chi the m. E. Church officiating at the 1 services. He is survived by three daughters and one son four Sisters i and one brother. He was about 55 j years of age. Grover Riggle has gone to Donora. Pa., where he has secured a position As electrician. Or. And mrs. P. H Kimerer Are spending the week at Pittsburg with his parents. Rev. And mrs. D. M. machines and fixtures for the Glove factory which is being put in operation at new Harrisburg by Jesse harsh arrived at Carrollton on tuesday. Or. Harsh expects to have his Plant in operation by the first of february. Mrs. H. A. Kennedy of St. Paul minn., was a guest of her sister mrs. E. M. Jerome cashier of the Minerva savings amp Trust co has opened a Branch Bank at this place using the rooms formerly occupied by the a Franklin savings amp banking co. Or. Hoffee of this place is assistant Secretary. _. Or. Huet and miss Bessie Graham who have been in poor health for a number of weeks Are both growing mrs. A. Elliott of Canton is visiting her Many friends and looking after her property. John meals is hauling lumber to build a Large silo on his farm. Mrs we. Logan left monday for 1 a week s visit with her sister mrs. Ross Wetzel at. Wellsville. Born to or. And mrs. Mell Maurer a daughter. Mrs. Alice Robertson returned to her Home after visiting three weeks with her daughter mrs. Alvin Foltz near Mapleton. Or. And mrs. Arthur Matson of Hibbets were visiting her parents or. And mrs. John Worley this week. Wooster Jacob Hague stricken with apoplexy on Cleveland southwestern traction car died at Home

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