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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 1, 1909, Canton, Ohio Thursday july i Stark county Democrat Rade seven i neighbourhood news. I i a i matters of interest sent in by correspondents. Otterbein. Otterbein. June 28�?a f. Davis and family of Magnel a Are visiting or. And mrs a. H Eversole. Born to or. And mrs. Emory Stein mets a daughter. Harvey topple and Eva and Hazel ghats or of Plain township visited friends in Pike township Over sunday. Albert Bortz and wife dined with a. C. Yariger sunday. Zen sunday school gave a Good children s Day service last sunday. Rev. A. E. Fair will pit Ach next sunday at 2 30 p. In. F m. Young visited his sick brother last sunday at new Berlin. Homeworth. Homeworth june 28.�?mr. And mrs. Alfred Shaffer of Salem arc visiting i and mrs. Samuel Mangus of West township. 0 mrs. Kona Whiteleather of North Georgetown has gone to South Dakota to visit her Sisters. Or. And mrs. Leroy Thomas spent sunday with j b. Cassidy of Moultrie. John Hill and family of East Rochester spent sunday in Homeworth. Or. And mrs. Noah Shidler of Canton were with Homeworth friends last week. Mrs. Tevi Bush a an Alliance caller monday. Rev. James Weaver of Akron it is visiting fronds nere last week. He was a former pastor of the evangelical Church. Waiter Nichol of Canada is visiting friends Here. James m. Thomas was badly injured monday while carrying slate. He fell to the barn floor and was Cut about the head and body. About sixty friends and neighbors of j. M. Thomas assisted him in raising his barn Friday. Miss Pauline Syme of new Chambersburg spent last week with her sister mrs. Agues feign. Mrs. Daniel Stoffer is still a great sufferer from her recent injuries. E. Pilmer will build a silo on his farm m. F. Heestand is building a new barn. Born to or. And mrs. William Bowman a daughter. The censer reunion was largely attended saturday at the Home of i and mrs. Galen summer near new Aleman r new Baltimore. New Baltimore june 86.�?the w. C. T. U. Meets this week with mrs. Alice Snodgrass. Or. And mrs. Harrison Harmony spent sunday in Akron the guests of or. And mrs Wilson Baum. The Aid society of he Christian Church meets this week with mrs. Emma Swift. Mrs. Olney White and daughter Helen of Newton Falls Are visiting relatives Here. The Christian Church of this place will give a Strawberry social in the town Hall Friday evening the sunday school convention of Marlboro township will be held at the five Corners Church the afternoon and evening of june 26. Those on the program from this place Are a m. Jenkins. Percy Mariatt k. A. Stevens Garnet Chain w. L. Nash and Blanche Stevens. Or and mrs. Carl Kunkle of Alliance were visitors in town sunday. Mrs. Iberia Zieger of Cleveland mrs. Ellet and Jacob Yochum of Alliance Adam Yochum of Robertsville and Charles Kiefer of Canton wire called Here Friday by the death of their Mother mrs. Jacob Kiefer. Or and mrs. Ebl of Suffield spent sunday Here with their daughter mrs. Frank Saint. Jesse Sweitzer of Marlboro was a caller in town monday. Carrollton. Carrollton. June 28�?Carrollton lost to the Strong Wooster University team tin Ruday afternoon in what is considered by Many us the Best game of Ball Ever played on the local Diamond by a a Core of 5 to 4. Tho athletics went to Amsterdam pm Friday and played a hot game with the team of that place. The score was 3 to 2 in favor of Amsterdam. Miss Mary Donaldson of Saginaw mich., was a guest of miss Ona pedlar the past week. Mise Wilma Dunlap left Friday for a weeks Outing at put in Bay. Miss Ruth Kellar of Bucyrus is a guest of her Uncle or. A h. Mise. Miss Marie fimple is Home for the a inner vacation from Delaware where a he was attending o. S. I. Harry Hill returned to Laramie Wyoming the latter part of the week. Miss Ola Morgan is visiting friends at Toledo. June taxpaying has been extended to july to. Jay Brandt and Helen Richards of London township Ross h. Booth of Perry township and Carrie m. Tripp of Union township j g. Gamble Bowerston and mrs. Cora Davis of Sherrodsville Alva Hill and Clara Martin Mccausland of Carrollton have been granted marriage licenses. The cider under which the holdings of the Ohio Central mining i Rupany Werc to have been sold at Dell Roy on thursday. July i has been recalled by the court at the request of the plaintiff Ami a number of the bondholders i tit ions have Bren flied in common pleas a ourt by John Myers and Joseph Gainier to quiet Tille to two 80-acre traits in Brown township purchased from the late James Hewitt. A claim of $383 71 a Ati tied in 1847 has never been cancelled and is the cause of the action. Miss Mary Beamer and Katherine pc Meg Are attending Wooster summer Normal. Miss Martha Howe of Steubenville had an Eye badly burned on wednesday by a Are Cracker. She is visiting her aunts the misses Pearce. Attorneys pimple and Eckley have been retained by Joseph Gochnauer in his application for divorce and Alimony from ills wife Helen Gochnauer to whom a was married at East Liverpool in 1913. He charges infidelity. Mrs. Gochnauer was formerly miss Helen Keiper of car poll ton. He also claims she has an interest in several pieces of property. Several parties were Here this week from Sheri divine Dell Roy and other places contracting with f. K. Ebersole for artificial ice or j Albert beam is visiting his parents Rev. And mrs. 8 z. Beam. In will go to Philadelphia pa., soon and take a position As assistant Secretary of the Board of foreign missions of the reformed Church or beam recent returned from China where he spent eight years As a medical missions y. Mrs Ira Downs is at Newark visiting her brother in Law or r g. Downs. Lyllas Ola Morgan a been engaged to teach in the Mineral City schools or. M Long and family of Zanea Ville Are spending the annual vacation on their farm in Washington township. Fred Mcdonald a attending the summer term of school at it Union College. The hand Street sweeper a been unanimously condemned and will be returned. The tax Levy ordinance for i has bees passed it shows a decrease of 2.5 Mills from last year making this year s total 13.4 Mills Titre Hundred and sixty dollars a been set aside for Street cleaning. The City solicitors hat notified tin auditor to Mak it no Levy on the corporation for township Rind purposes which Las been done la Yeti s this Vii fit ii or decrease the late i s Mills. Ira Moody asked to have the water main extended along the Dell Roy Road. The solicitors were instructed to commence action to compel Homer Richards to move his stable off the Alley and High Street on which it encroaches about four feet. Probate judge f. W. Mccoy and prosecuting attorney William Moffett Wert in Rose township on thursday where the former held a lunacy inquest. Mrs. Wilbur Aller of Canton is visiting her father e. Mccausland near town. Alva Hill and miss Clara Mccausland were married wednesday evening at the Home of the brides father a j Mccausland near town by Rev. W. 8 k Roger pastor of the presbyterian Church. The Groom is employed As clerk in the William Shepherd store and is a Eon of rites Hill. The Young couple will make their Home in Carrollton. Prof. C. S. Miller attended commence meat at Scio on thursday Atid visited with Fri it Nils at Bowerston the remainder of the week. Mrs. C. R Anil daughter miss Erna attended the Luther league convention at Zanesville the past week. Mrs c. H Woodworth of Warren is visiting her Uncle and aunt or. Aud mrs r. C. Fawcett. Rev. W. 8. Langhans left wednesday for a month s vacation at Columbus and Buckeye Lake. Earl h. Marsh of Massillon was in town monday. Or. Marsh was formerly a bookkeeper at the rubber factory and was on his Way to California where he has a position. Misses Mary and Sarah Tope attended the wedding of their Cousin miss Mary Herron and c e. Kugler of Mineral City at Waynesburg wednesday. Miss Mary Tope played the wedding March mesdames w. Harshman p. My Cully and h. Ten in attended Tho women s foreign missionary convention at Columbiana on wednesday. Ala Baker Carne Over from Amsterdam on thursday and Umpire the Wooster Carrolton Ball game Abe graduated last Usk from the o. W. U. J at Delaware. He was awarded the tailor Fellowship at any theological school and for his services As Catcher and third baseman on the Ball team he received another miss Amanda Moore graduated from the Canton actual business College on tuesday. Mrs j. W. Helfrich attended the commencement exercises at w. And j. University at Washington pa., the first of the week and attended the Luther i league convention at Zanesville. A e. Mitzi and family have moved to Canton. Or. J r Williams and h. J Richards and will Madrel of Waynesburg took in Auto ride Down to the Monroe county i Oil Fields the first of the Witik. Harry Beadle has moved Here from Massillon and occupies the r l. Moore i House near the depot. A petition has been circulated around town asking for the release of hairy Shiltz and Harry Hall from the Reforma 1 tory at Mansfield. Ribert Miller of Uniontown pa., was her this week and purchased eight horses. The Well drilled for Oil on cold Spring run came in dry As did also Tho third i one at Taber. Harry Wagoner has resigned his position As clerk in the Wells Fargo express office and will return to Carrollton and take a position in the w. It l. E. Depot i with his father who is agent. De. Swann Elias Fisher mrs e. K Kennedy or. And mrs Robert both i Well miss Ruth Busby mrs. F. A. Harsh and two sons and miss Frances Moor i Multi Wert Canton visitors during the wok miss Mary Roudebush of Canton spent the past week at the Park hotel. D. Getzman a a Rutan and v Stockon appraisers of Tho Carrollton savings amp banking company filed a schedule of assets which amounts to $67,686.85. Money on hand $2,922 47 furniture. $2, he collectable notes eur. $62,104 18. The Mitzi rubber company overdraft of $3,873.19, and loan of $25,000 h. F. Mutzel Loans $6,200 George n Eby loan $50 George Hayden Loans $1,118 17, and other Loans of $283 54, making the bad paper $37.121 90, or $2,875 to less than the capital Stock. Gun Holzo Ana be e2ecdkakte,, for four months As trimmer in the Mil finery department of Patterson s store Vincent Blythe is having a porch Init to his House ground has been broken for the new resident of d. Emmons Frank Cook of Cleveland was a guest in the Home of f. B. Trotter and wife Friday. Kenneth Hockenberger has moved his family to Canton where he is employed on the Street railway. Mrs Uriah knee Bas returned from a visit with relatives in Canton and Cleveland. While in a Cleveland store her pocketbook containing $18 and her Bank Book was stolen. Or. And mrs j n Kurt i have returned from a business trip to Pittsburg m Semi re grunter has returned Home after spending the past two weeks with her father in Troy o. B. W. Weber and w be were Cleveland visitors the past week. While painting the roof of his House urge Rudy fell from a scaffold and sustained injuries which confined him to his bed. M is Mattie Looper left today for her Home in Mil h gait after spending the past three months Here As trimmer in the millinery store of mrs j of Mong Roy Haines of Cleveland is Home fora two weeks vacation. Prof o. W. Karts of Bedford was calling on friends in town the part week or. And or. Kurtz expect to leave soon for a to Denver col. Mrs. T. E Booth visited friends in Lisbon Over sunday. Miss Maud growl underwent a surgical operation at the Aultman Hospital in Canton thursday or and mrs. J Waring of new Philadelphia wore g o its of the letter s aunt mrs j. Of Glenwood tile past week mrs. J f. Ellis attended the w. F m s convention at Columbiana last week d. W Danner has resigned his position As night watchman. O m. Sala delivered a splendid tempi Rino lecture in Robertsville sunday afternoon. Myers and Homer Bowers. Florence and Hazel Ari h bal attended services at the tent meeting at Stringtown sunday night. Miss Ruth harsh and sister of Canton Are visiting with their aunt mis. Charles Spence w r. Charles Sponseller and family spent sunday w the mrs sponge or s parents or mod mrs George Mong at Osnaburg Lloyd has return a Home to to mat big after spending i Verto weeks with his grandparents. Mrs Willard c my mar is spending several Days with her daughter mrs William Alexander a Salineville. Al i Batts my to tie w a 11 shopping in mire a Bat to a. Or. And or i 1 i Ringle Arr spending several Days with their son Rev j b Ringle of Columbus Abner Fis Bel of on Ida is visiting this Malvern with her j we in. Good horse last a trip to East hts i to ii k i mrva t lion a Spring i r tin Art ii i f was formerly \ la Tan be a baby of this Wiik with i Lourm. Or and mrs e Are a doing Over girl. Mrs Spring place Charles Keith was calling Hurshy a. Thursday a v. Ming Rei in n Deni m spent several Days Thi Vevik a Carroll count miss Helen Haines in visiting sister. Mrs Marion fiend of District. It e. With her Host to r Home after a visit in laughter mrs Lola William Betz lest i wok. I tier n made Rochester tuesday. Or and mrs Frank Russel mad a trip to East Rochester monday. Frank Helm is having Ilia huns. Painted. John a Reed hid a new roof placed on his House the censor reunion was held at tinhorn of Galen burnout r Batt Drav. Ray what leather. Of Malvern. Is spending a few weeks with his unit Walter White Ather or and mrs to Mer Stackhouse and mrs w 11 Lam King spent saturday and sunday in Paris Marion he stand is having a Straw shed built or. And mrs Elmer King and son. Cecil made a trip to Minerva ret Only James saner in ii a trip to East Kechi Fer tuesday miss Lillian helmet in visiting her , mrs Eli Mangus. Of Saem. Or. Anil mrs Milton Behner Cal ted in our Village tut Aday or. And mrs vent by of and or and mrs. Frank by hit i a at tended it Dan ii in a Augusta wednesday evening then he was two hours late for the ceremony at Church. He became wealthy East Sparta. Sun from new Franklin. New Franklin. June 28.�?Rev Harris of the lutheran foreign missionary Field preached in the lutheran Church Day evening mrs. Lapus has returned Home an extended visit. Or and mrs William Somerville Wen in Canton Friday. The ice Cream festival in harsh Hall saturday night netted the promoters j about $12. A. G. Boyajian an preach in the m. E. Evening. Floyd Hoffman and wife returned front Alliance sunday Whir they had been a in armenian will Church sunday visiting since Friday. James Miller has bought the Wike farm for $1,100 mrs George Myers who was poisoned is in an improved condition. Arthur Crowl is painting Epworth Mangus barn. Dueber Unkefer and Hazel Woods wire quietly married at the Bride s Home sunday evening by Rev. Gretna Vait of min i a. Perry Risden is working in the Oil Fields West of Georgetown t la re Nee Young of Minerva slated Eimer Morton s Bouse inst week. David Cooper has purchased Stock in the Freeburg Oil and Gas company. East Sparta june 28 mrs loin Mills. Of Ahi on is spending a few Days with her Mother. Or Carnahan Levi Boekley of Canton was in town to Day. Samuel s stands Day clerk at the hotel Conrad of Canton is Home for a few Days t i gaming his health. Mrs j brigs i took in autom Eblet trip to Bof Ivai sunday mrs. Weaver has returned Home after spending several Wiiks with a Nephew who had nut with an Accident. Rev. Harper and family an spending a few Days this week with fronds at Bolivar. Harry Smith wont to Wooster monday morning to attend the summer term of school it the Wooster University Charles Amendt. Employed at the Dan a or works at Canton is Homo for a few Days this week. Miss Kau i Baughman is staying with her grandmother it Bandy Ville this week Beden Hooker new barn is nearing completion Rose Smith spent tuesday Ami j wednesday in Canion. Or Anil mrs Elliott of Canton were flu guests of mrs Eli Oft s tits or. And mrs Jacob Fogie sunday j. J Conrad n having i Home new-1 by painted mrs Lester Young spent sunday with her sister mrs. S f German inst of town William Carr moved to Cleveland miss Mary Ann Waldran of i Mineral City who recently purchased i Electrum brings i Mck to life Worcester mass. Turn 28. After being officially declared dead today and his body i i a cad on a term k to be re moved to it morgue from a cot in tit City Hospital Joseph Remillard aged 40, of 16 Orange Street was brought Back to life by la us of electricity Aud by is reported tonight to be no proving although by name is on tit Dang tops list. Remillard is a Baker. He was of come by the heat and he fell on the floor. A police ambulant e was called and or. Richard a Shannahan found Remillard in close to death that he did not dare drive the Man to the c4ty Hospital by Means of artificial respiration the doctor was Able to maintain tin spark of life that remained until he could procure from a passing in Wagon a Bushel of chopped ice with which he surrounded remillo Trdy a body. North Industry. North Industry june 28. A mrs. F. W fakes is spending her vacation in Cleveland with relative. Or. And mrs Samuel Hall and son Robert attended the Hall and so brants reunion North of new Berlin on saturday. Or. Samuel Mackin spent last we k with friends on Indian run her Nill Home. Or. Ami or. Henry Hurieh or George Bowers and mrs. Charles Davis i were called to sugar Creek last week by the death of or Hurieh sister. Or arid mrs. John Fain of Coshocton have been visiting by father Joseph i ally and his brother Sam Cady the j last few Days. Martin in Laski t and family of Canton spent sunday afternoon with or. Ami mrs. Harvey Flaskett or and mrs i Harle Henry visited friends in Bolivar ast sunday. Mrs Lydia St Lemon of Canton is in i a a ducting a class of pupils hero Randolph flank and miss Esther Ament were married last thursday or. Frank i will buy property in North Industry Anet j this he a Home. Mrs George i Gill of Canton visited mrs Jack As non Friday. Waiter let he Ijler started monday i morning for Kama City. The prep t to vitiated by him will take immediate Possession. A Donald Brown student at the it Union co Liege is splinting his vacation with i parents at this place prof be n Hart of Navarre was an eau Sparta visitor sunday and monday Harry Howenstine of Canton to spending a few Days at tin Home of Marion How fist be the til roofing co. Purchased tin Brick at Malvern for the Ere Tion of their Plant. S. 8 stands gave i House Ami Fence surrounding it to new it at of paint. South Randolph. Is South Randolph june 28.- min Amanda Heimbaugh and son Roscoe Wen guests of her daughter 7vlr. Arid mrs Henrj Schoner on sunday. Mrs Samuel Brumbaugh War in Canton saturday. Or and mrs Israel Teffy and or arid mrs. C f Dulabahn wore guests of or. And mis. Ira a. Brumbaugh sunday. Or. And mrs. Ell Brumbaugh Anil mrs. Bin by Cher were guests of Elizabeth swim , of Hartville Sun Day. Samuel Brumbaugh and son Howard were in Massillon on business saturday. Or. And mrs Samuel bide wire guest of their daughter or. Frank Saint on humbly Rufus rot of Tine hns hired out to code. Samuel Brumbaugh for the summer inti tipping he gulled monstrosity Spokane. Wash., june 2� peace officers of Tho various Citie and counties in Washington Are experiencing what they mildly term Quot a Monkey Ami rot time Over the new criminal code which classes a mind Inea nors Auch things tis a tipping Quot and cigarette smoking. Prominent lawyers in Spokane say that if the anti tipping Law is constitutional then Herman d Hunt a Jug tire of the peace at North Yakima is technically guilty from the fact that he accepted five cents change in a ease where a cigarette smoker was fined $10 and costs amounting to fit 95, and tendering $1�?�, remarked As lie left the court room a judge you May keep the Many members of the bar Are Dis posed to repeal the Law in it entirety. They look upon it a a monstrosity designed especially for tin county prosecutors who it has developed Are preparing even More drastic Meas ure than Are now contained in the adore and i Field took place a supper was Church saturday. Pleasant Grove. See Page 2 Minerva. Minerva. O., june 28. A or. And or John Clemens of Canton visited Over sunday with the former a parents or and mrs Monroe Clement. Mrs William Fow Ler of Bellevue pa., is visiting her parents or. And or e. Calerdine. Or Clyde mostly of Orrville has concluded a visit Here with relatives. Miss Nettie Cook left today for a visit with relatives Iii Toledo. Vav. F. Fuss is his sister in Chicago. Miss Carlie harsh of Cleveland is vis iting her sister mrs of b. Miller and brother Frank harsh. Marion Clinton of Canton spent sunday Here with his family. Mrs Bay is Tiger of Canton a a guest of mrs Mary Lentz Over sunday. Mrs Eli Neyle visited relatives in Akron from tut Day to thursday. Mrs. Helen Jerome fist of new York is visiting her parents or. And mrs it. M Jerome. Mrs. Shively of Bayard i visiting her daughter or. D. Emmons. Mrs. James Ben re More of East Liverpool was called Here last week by the illness of her brother George Rudy Charles Hoo pea Anil wife have returned from a trip to Cambridge Springs. Or. And mis Arthur Cook Are visiting relatives in Illinois mrs James a Kelson is in Pittsburg caring for her sister i Lakin who is suffering from a broken hip. The members of the Eastern Star chapter spent saturday in Canton at the Home of or. F d. Davis Ami wife or. And mrs. 8. E Morehead have returned heme a after spending a to k in Cleveland. Mrs Ralph Calerdine and daughter of Cincinnati Are visiting her parents or and mrs Willard pen Rock mrs George gallium visited her sister mrs state Brook. In Alliance last week mrs Mary Bostwick is visiting her son and family in Batler a mrs Mary Keitzer and daughter or Harry Palmer and two Eon visited relatives in Melvern wednesday and thursday. Mrs Mary Ming visited relatives in Canton Over sunday. William his bet i spending the summer on a farm near Hibbett station. M is Maili Crawford of Augusta visited relatives her inst Friday. W. R. Kurts i spending a few weeks at Cambata Spring. Mrs. J m. Sala is spending a week in Cleveland. Miss Etta Keitzer a returned Felt in Charlesk the and miss Vera harsh Findlay where she has been employed and Howard go Ruder and miss Heath pleasant Grove june 28. A Arthur j. Willaman a been re hired to teach District no. 4, Plain township the ensuing year. The Gas line has been extended from judge Ambler s to w c. Green. Walter Moore made a trip to Akron on his Bike sunday. Rev Albrecht and wife of Hancock county silent several Days last week with relatives Here. Rev and or Webber of Canton were guests of Frank Smiths sunday. Or. And mrs f. Smith and son. Ira and wife attended the funeral of or. Dan Smith a Greentown saturday. Or Ami or Henry Anatine or. And mrs Ben Stormfeltz and or. And or j w. To Rofelty of Canton and mrs West of n were sunday visitors at j. M rumbles Emanuel Schneider has had his House treated to a coat of paint. New Berlin. New Berlin june 28 prof Berry of Ann Arbor University Michigan spent a few Day visiting his former fellow students. Or and mrs h. B. Chapman. Misses to Roush left for a trip to statue visiting tin exposition and other Western and pm tie Pedros or Winger and grand daughter of Lititz aare v siting at the Home of or Margaret is Hilt k min Maude Willaman left wednesday flt i East Cleveland where she will re main for some week tile w. C t. I will have a final of Don meeting next monday evening in in Union Church building the ladles literary club met at the Home of mrs j j Snyder when the it 1-fi Wing program a rendered relating to a the stranger at out Gates or Jed insane of Akron read paper on from the stat rage to the i and of the free a Quot Christmas Ai Ellis Wand a Dew Robed by or Albee a what i at Ellis i and Quot was reported by mis Pearl Coleman. A eth amusing hide of club Liy was shown by m s Herbert Hoover a queries Quot a re ask ii by mrs Emma Hull Werner of Canton Good attendance and interesting meeting Lum been a served by the hone next meeting july t at the Home of Misti. G. Evans Stringtown. Stringtown june 28 a Arthur Baugh Man Wili am Cox. Mary Cox and Ira Lutz of Minerva were calling Cit m Pear Baughman recently. Or. And or Vicks and on of Alliance visited sunday with or. And mrs Maurice Beta. Or. And or Hector Clapper and children passed Sun Lay at the Home of Oliver Clapper at Roberts tie Howard Bish and family have returned to their Home Reir Pirn Fork. Or Reuben Dounn t ent several a Thi week with int laughter at Alliance Mogadore. Mogadore Jure 28 a a Ball game was played by the Mogadore Ball team and the alpines of Akron. It ended in Iii agreement Between the Umpire. Thi wedding of Hornet Kent of a Quot a Harl Smith of huf saturday. Give n by the m e Over $16 w a cleared the play. A Down East a k it to by the Union Stock company saturday night. Bon Hart and daughter mrs. A. K Douglas attended the funeral of their Cousin or moult in North of Brimfield Friday. Miss Ethyl Douglas spent a few Days in Akron last we k Bert Wilson started monday for Wooster what a he will take a Normal course tins summer the Ezra Lutz reunion was held it the residence of John Lutz s saturday miss Ada Davison started monday for Wooster where site will take a Normal course. Born to or and or Clyde Claflin a son thursday the 17th mrs Reed was in Akion monday. Mrs Pamela Darrah spent saturday and sunday with a i Niece mis. Hie Vernon. A play will be give at Tallmadge by Mogadore Talent thursday night for the Ben fit of the band John Forest mrs Jake Foust and William i Ittner a family attended the annual be it reunion at reunion mrs. Harlay Darrah spent saturday and sunday in cat Dom canal Fulton. Dana Fulton june 28 eight masonic Brethren of Clinton Lodge of Massillon visited with Elliott Lodge f it a. Mit tills plate monday evening Burn to i and mrs. I w , a daughter to or. And mrs a r daily a daughter. The remains of l. C. Shumaker of Seville were brought to Thi plan fir burial saturday fur Era was held Hun Day morning or Shumak a was formerly a resident of this place on tuesday the remains of John Shumaker were brought to this place firn the county infirmary Whir he Dud on the previous Day Ara buried on wed it Day. 11 a no relative of l. Cd Shumaker. Or. And mrs George Bandon of Medina formerly of this place Wen gut it of friends hire sunday. Philip Lucas and son of Moundsville Are visiting friends at Thith or former Home mar it Bah hard of Wooster was a guest at the me of or m Condor on saturday and sunday. Or Dat of Canton Deputy grand mat rim of the o e s of ohm inspected canal Fulton chapter on thursday evening. New Chambersburg. New Charny re Bury june 28 or and or. Thomas Leat Burberry arid family id near Salem and mrs Charles rag ors and son Fred of hah in spent sunday with or and Mija Quot a leather Berry. Or. And or Edward sunday in a i pm. Jesse Leggett has sold hot Rue. I Neva leather Berry prov d. The lower reunion was Home of Cornelius lower Daniel Burger is 1.1 with stabbed wife then be Cut his the boat Chicago Junction june 2k Olney Clark a paper Hanger and Painter formerly of i place but recently of Norwalk Ohio stabbed i wife four time in tin face and neck severing the Windpipe Aud afterwards committed suicide by cutting bib own Throat. Clark and bin wife have not bet ii living toy Thor for a number of month Abc coming to the hotel Hhie Ley to work at tin place about a month ago Clark met his wife Iii the hotel tonight and asked her of so would ill it with him. She replied that so would not he then attacked tier mrs Lark leaves two souk 12 and 14 Lear of age. Clark has been addicted to drink Tor a number of Yea there in blight Hope for mis. Claim a recover y. Bootlegger gives after three years be York june 28�?comely Middle a d Mary Dwyer has been a waitress in Smith a Mcnull s restaurant Iii Greenwich Street lot almost a Quarter of a Century. Almost All this time to she 1ms Bim persistent or and vainly wooed by Stocky self made Thomas p. Fitz Gerald w Hose wholesale fruit store i is Only a few doors away. To Hia i wooing re has a a up to a few months ago. Said Quot no Quot bul her suitor was persistent and 1 in the brightly lighted Church of our i Cody of Good counsel in East Ninetieth Street he got even with her for i having kit him waiting so Long a a kit i fit t and 20b of her friends Walling two hours in tin churches ret tory 1 Etc re their Long ii played mar a lag ceremony was a to in d. The Story of Mary tit waitress and i Tom i or a Yolanta King a is so win sonic with human comedy that almost every resident of this City a did first Ward has smiled and gossiped Over it Many . How Tommy won i Way. Fully a Quarter of a Century ago i before Manhattan bad been practically re distracted and la fore tin juggling jingling Horst Tat had Given plate to tilt Rushing clanging trolley and Tho reverberating Grimy elevated Tom Fitzgerald started a Small Roo Fie a fruit stand on tit Cornel of Greenwich am Vest v streets they called him Quot Tommy the Lemon Quot in those Days. But Titis was Only the famil i trite of Friendship. Everybody knew Tom Aud like d him and bought tits apples and oranges Ile saved Iii Money pretty soon be had moved into the first floor of the office building on his Corner and opened a regular fruit store. Time passed Money came and More people bought Tommy the Lemon so fruit. Instead of Selling it try the dozen and the Basket he began siding ii by the Case and Carload. Instead of Quot Tommy the Lemon Quot his friends first smilingly then seriously called him a the Orange King a he had houses horses servants in fact every Possession he wanted except Tho one which he wanted most of All. Some time before Tom moved from j his Eland into a real store a tall i Blac k haired girl had begun passing every morning on her Way to Smith it Mcneil she re passed the fruit stand again on Lier Way Home in Iii evening and Tom looking after her thought her very Beautiful. Long and patient courtship. One Day to file old first Ward it is now an old Story the girl stopped i at tin stand to buy some fruit she i offered Tom Soma Money but he take it. After that so i to Story goes he often made her take j Home some of his apples and oranges. Soon i found courage to it la it her 1 Home. Finally lie ask d her to mar i by him but As Luck would have it Mary father was a poor Man and she had to support him and her Mother silo i was afraid that if she married it time would come when her husband would get tired of supporting a Mother and fat or i in Law. So Mal v torn off and kept right on wot King in Smith it Mcneil s. Ever one win lunches at that sub Sandal old style downtown restaurant knows Maiv and Tom though a Quarter of a Century has now passed and though he souk years ago acquired tin Agency for most of the fruit grown in California and has Corno to Hir it muted a a very wealthy Man had Nevi r been Able to persuade Mary to say a a yes until a few months ago. Then Mary a father having died and ii i Mother having come Over to her suitors Way of thinking Mary decided that so would marry Tom at last. Makes her Mark at last. And married tile Wen before 200 of their Best ii i lids Michael j Donovan was beat Man and his sister Helen z Donovan was bridesmaid. Tiles and Rev Vincent de Paul my Dean and Mary herself and her Winoth or All went to the Church at 7 o clock a the hour for the ceremony but suitor Tom in spit of Hie 25 year of urging was not Herr la had gone out to direct the finishing touches on the hulls Iii Bienville n. J., will la he and Mary Are to live in on the Way Back the train was Laic lie missed a ferry his taxicab broke Down at Broadway and Seventieth strict it was a Quarter to it before to reached the Church. Hot was Wise enough to Telephone however and miss do a a r. In her dark travelling dress and plumed hat waited it Tho rectory. When he finally bustled in. Red and laughing the knot was tied in retold time. Then everyone adjourned for a supp i at Healy a restaurant. Tom is 4fi years now and Mary is 14 they will spend their honeymoon in the South an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide by banging was made by mrs Sarah Whitmyer who lives on a farm near a anal Fulton. She wan discovered hanging to the rafters of her summer Kitchen by Michael Burroway an employee of the farm. 8h< was unconscious for several hours despondency is thought to have been the cause. King sch ii i i driving is much uni Heil at the 8 Milay i Feu Mathiam. I. Daniel Burger has returned Louisville k.v., june 28.�?�?ocharley�?T�?T Clark of Nelson county 53 years of age w Iio was arrested at Lebanon by chief Deputy United states marshal William Blade on tin Chark of be ing a a a Bootlegger a a Rode on a Railroad train for the first time in his life when taken away. He enjoyed tire sensation and eagerly looked Forward to the journey Back Home most of his life had been spent within three and a half Miles of new Hope ky., and while he had often seen 1 a a trains whirl by he never was a i Buu me pensions tries to kill self Low. Trades Assembly appoints come Mittee to create sentiment for new movement started in the West. Des Moines la., june a at the annual meeting of the trades and labor Assembly a Resolution prevailed demanding from the state an old age and cripple pension system Steps w re take n to create a sentiment favourable to tins movement. Organised labor is highly satisfied with the Law secured irom the state legislature Las Winter permitting City councils to Levy a tax for creating a pension fund for policemen and fire in n. They Bel hive this is a entering weds Foi a broader pension system. President Orick says the movement is in no Way a of the socialistic mov inept. I Nellie Mathias Delaware was Burn or William k Durr of Milwaukee cd to death Hor clothing catching Tiro drove his automobile across a ten foot from a stove. Space Between the wings of a Bascule. Bridge without damage to the main Madrid no one tempts misfortune Tibiae or injury to himself j by marry lag of tuesday her Leo foreclosed de Moine la june her wooden leg had been listed us household property mrs Char liar radio of a. T fifth and Walnut streets was compelled to Dunstrap the mechanical member at the knee and Lay it on top of All of the other Humble household goods As they a i carted away under a Mort gag foreclosure

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