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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 24, 1907, Canton, Ohio
Friday. May 84. 1907 the Canton morning news Canton Ohio. Page three for your. Writing desk your Oak mahogany any natural from. I8hcd writing desk by constant use has become worn and scratched apply natural tile Uke and you will have a new desk in appearance if you have become tired the color you can change it to any Wood color you desire by applying tile lint a Lorg. Tile like colors will visit All state institutions. Columbus going Back to primeval. Dark Oak Light Oak Walnut mahogany Cherby gloss Slack blood Green Flat Black Flat yellow Flat White gloss Whit natural Oft Clear fourth july principles. Would be naval recruits have defective eyesight. Special to morning nows. By Geo. U. Marvin Columbus o., May 23.�?governor Harris is interested in the different state institutions and determined that they shall to managed not Only with Economy but likewise with due regard j to Tho welfare the inmates. He has begun a tour investigation which when completed will have included them All. He has already dialled All the institutions in Franklin Coutv including the custodial farm at Morgan s some few Miles outside tile Olty the reformatory at Mansfield and state Hospital at Massillon. I an Opportunity for i Canton parents Rny to clothe their boys in new and up to Date clothing at prices less than other people ask for old merchandise. We have decided to close out our children s department to make room for a first class line men s shoes and this is a Chance that you cannot afford to miss to obtain new Good dependable merchandise at these prices. $1.75 suits at.$1,25 u. S. Auction Syndicate Canton store 33m86 e. Tu80. St. Both phones 867. Alliance store Cor. Arch a main its. Phone 175 we deliver Loyod Donono Colts dig a alarming mortality arouses breeders at Akron state veterinary states that frosting last year Corn crop is the cause. Akron May 23.�?the death As a result the prices horses will Advance. Mystery attend probable that identity Man found in River will never be known. Kent o., May 23. An Effort is being made by certain patriotic citizens to have the Cele i Bratton in Columbus this year memorial Day Aud the fourth july partake Leas that spirit levity and recklessness which has been connected with them for the past few years and which has taken away All reference to it la Hist f Teal a vents which they signify. As a beginning this work auth a spirit opposition has been aroused that a huge Parade horses which it was proposed to have memorial Day has been abandoned. These celebrations for the past few years have liven More in the nature fete Days than Wor thy observances and Tho teaching patriotic ideas. If the plans now under Way carry out this year Columbus is to have old fashioned celebrations with speaking in Tho Capitol Square and the Reading the dec creation Independence. It is the purpose to make the movement state wide and have other cities join i to tine idea Aud get Back the first print plea. An Effort made by the government through its office Here to obtain recruits for the United states Navy brings plainly to notice the fact the a the majority people suffer with difficulty the eyes in some regard. Many Young men who having g through the physical test in every other ways have been rejected in 0 i a i 0 0 1 that account. A strange fart in con. A i9 probable i Section with this is that most that the identity the Mau whose i a no knowledge defect in body was found in the River at Kelly their sight and believed themselves the de ath rate last week will never be known. So posses8ors eyes More than Akron May 23. The a a. I Lenti fled he e p. A eth an amusing inc 0uha, liven Oil a that the auth orly Are at a loss to v Narian who us a a Taliaa know who it can be. Coroner wag statement a to the probable cause Youw ner was called but be could Only Tell that death was caused by drowning in All probability. 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 in 2.50 suits at. 1,65 3.00 suits at. 2.15 3.50 suits at. 2.50 4.00 suits at. 2,85 4.50 suits at. 3.15 5.00 suits at. 3.65 5.50 suits at. 4.15 6.00 suits at. 4.35 6.50 suits at. 4.75 50c knee pants at. 35c $1.00 Knickerbocker Plain pants 75c it the wardrobe the Large death rate. The reason assigned by the state a veterinarian is that the Corn last fall frosted before it was Ripe causing it to sour. The Corn was fed to the horses during the Winter and to tills cause is attributed the cause the deaths so Many the Colts. P. T. Mccourt lost five valuable Colts within two weeks time and Edward Dunn lost a valuable Colt which sickened suddenly and Luau a in glasses. He vent through the teat perfectly to he Ama sment the inspector. Wien Quot in lint hts eyes covered he replied it was because he believed it made an t in his personal appear improvement in is p one Price Only 134 n. Market s j menus and boys clothing purchased j Here will be pressed and repaired free to be arrested for forgery. New York May 23.�?it was announced at the District attorneys office this afternoon that an application would be made tomorrow for magistrate House for warrants for the a Scrugham and rest George r u. A a died. The Charles Stirrup former employees same condition is said to have exist-1 the International policyholders corned la other parts the country and Muttee charges forgery. Cne nto the government service. at Tbs whom Wnm nation held at Canton May 4, a Hare were 1.8 by pliant and 68 were this was not Only one the largest a ser her before the sum county Hoard hut was a Strong class. Ail is Tow Tho successful applicants had held certificates before. The following completed the examination and were granted certificates elementary one year j. W. Baughman Navarre Ervin t. Bas key Massillon i. F. Deetz new Berlin Ralph b. Det Lek. Bolivar John Derfer Navarre Harry Foltz canal Fulton d. M. Garman. New Berlin Benjamin Goliek. Navarre Claude i. Hamilton. Louisville g w. Hay Ville j. W. Houser. North Industry Albert w. Kaufman Massillon Edgar m. Kaufman. Clinton Bari la. Kutscher Beach City Ray Miller Paris Henry j. Kotlier. East Akron Charles l. Riley. Moultrie David Roderick Navarre Walter e. Roush cantons Tho electric City Bolivar Mahlon Shafer. Canal Ful Verna b Shoemaker Hijiko Buba to. Ton per i to shilling. Massillon Snyder Navarre Maggie Snyder Ray g. Shirk Louisville Ira l. Louisville Alba a. Stockdale. Mas Smith Massillon c. W. Stackhouse Millen Elizabeth Uhlendorf. Massif Minerva Ralph w. Tracy. Bolivar Ion Mabel Wise la Ike Martha in. Wilhelm Justus Kathryn b. Bach Young Canton Tel Canton Edith Ballard Ostia elementary two years owe do Burg Elizabeth Berne. Pierce Edna in i Martzell. Alliance de Forrest Brown canal Fulton Blyth e. Shilling. Mail Sollon Guy j. Perdus. Brown Alliance Helen Damon. Aiu Minerva a. I. Kitzmiller. Canton Anes Lucille finc Frook. Canal Ful .1 b. Cd rat . Canton Ernest w. Ton Bertha b. Foster. Waynesburg Fick. Hartville. Ruth m. Grant. Junius Cleta s. Liar High school. Ona year Edlu tar Osnaburg Anna Hill. Waynes Eby Massillon Elson i. Sheller Della Pearl Mcdaniel Canton bes Wooster. Sie Reemsnyder new Berlin Bertha High school two yearn George Rinehart Minerva Nellie s. Ross s Pierce Hartville Cletrac Van Alliance Marne Sheet Ley Osnaburg vol his Canton. Every business House requires Light every business House should have its quota lights. There is a difference a marked difference. Light is to Aid in seeing after dark lights Are advertising after dark. You can determine the advertising value lights easily by just noting How Many electric signs and other Light displays that you notice when you Are Down town at night. Nearly All them Don t you is it not natural to conclude that others would notice your display lights More go up this year than Ever went before because it pays. A phone for our new proposition. Tithe Canton Light heat a Power co. Increased service the Northern Ohio traction it j Light co. Effective May 25,1907. Tithe table a half hour service saturday and sunday Between Canton and Akron sundays first half hour car 6 35 a. In. Last car 8 35 p. In. Saturdays first half hour car 11 35 a. In. Last car 8 35 p. In. Cars leave waiting room for Akron and intermediate Pointe at 5 05 a. Rn., and every hour there after until 9 05 p. Rn., then 11 05 p m. Saturdays Aud sundays Only 10 05 p. In. To Akron and intermediate Pointe. All cars from 6 05 a. In. Until 9 05 p in. Make connection at Akron for Cleveland. Last car leaves Akron for Canton at la p. A. Except saturday and sunday nights when cars will leave Akron at 10 40 p. In. And 11 20 p. In. For Canton. Half hour Are it Ca Between canal Dover and Uhrichsville daily a cars leave waiting room for Massillon. Canal Dover. Now Pima Dolphin and intermediate Points at 5 a. In. And every hour thereafter until to p. In. Sundays first car 6 a. In. Cars leave Meyer Lake Park for Massillon fifteen minutes aft r the hour first car at 12 15 p. In. Last car 11 16 p. In. The to clock car South bound out Canton will run via Meyers Lake Park Leav ing the Park after the close the theater. Half hour service daily Between Canton and Massillon from 6 30 a. In. Until 10 30 p. In. Sundays first half hour car 6 39 a. In. car for Massillon at la p. In. Limited cars leave waiting room for Akron and Cleveland at 8 35 a.m., 12 35 p. In. And 4 35 p. In. Returning leave Cleveland for Akron and Canton 7 20 a. Rn., 12 50 p. In. And 4 20 p. In
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