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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio THE MANSFIELD HEWt, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, POUfl Interest Shown In Republican- Democratic Contest, Alt or wnicn'seems to a mighty good that the Republi- can leaders think they liavo a better one. In lino with tax commission ed- ucation for 20 yoars past, the Repub- licans have a really on tap'. For almost a quarter of a century there has been much dlsciiEulon of tax commission, and 1C real experience and tho best modern thought on the subject are taken into consideration, the legislature will make no mistake In the matter. Among the important bills to be In- troduced In thig general assembly will be that offered by Senator Als- dorf, providing for the centralization of the control of state Institutions. This Is the Innovation suggested and urged by Governor Harmon. If car- ried out aat now contemplated It would give to the Democratic execu- tive something more .than the nucleus of' a powerful political machine. There are approximately polit- ical jobs in 'state institutions, and a board named and controlled by the i BY O. K. SH1MANSKY. j Sovernor would bare tho appointing r, i I. i a r. i i the men to fill all these places. Columbus, O., Jan. The contro] of the gtate lngtitPutIons K a legislature never was up against j is now ln the Of bipartisan real proposition, it now has found j boards, and as far aa possible politics that takes time and attention have been eliminated. Governor Har- ;That is the report ot the codifying mon asks that he be not alone HARMON'S IDEAS LEAKING OUT Republican Leaders Believe They Have a Better Plan, a Really Pro- gressive Scheme, on Centralization Innovation Looked Upon With Some Islature's Touch Job. RELIEF OF' Was Re- duced in a Few Hours and Cure Soon Fallowed Boy's Torture had Been Intense for Years Friend's Child had Eczema, Too, MOTHER TELLS HOW CUTfCURA CURED BOTH commission The document is a vol- uminous affair. It is contained In business control, but political control. Senator Alsdorfs bill, as drafted, carries this plan out to itz minutest three immense volumes, each of detail. It provides tor a board of is almost as large as a stand- ard dictionary. Every law now on the statute books is revised or re- printed In original shape in this work. The report aims to codify the original laws and all their amend- ments, and in-asmuch as hundreds of .changes have been made, the job has not been an easy one. Fourteen committees in the senate and house are now examining the re- port and compering it line for line and word for word with the original ascertain if the codifying three members, to be named by the governor, and abolishes all the pres- ent bipartisan boards, about 20 in number. This board is given abso- lute control, subject only to the will of the official creating means Governor Harmon. Othor pro- visions of the measure outline a plan whereby the state, through these in- stitutions, would engage in the man- ufacture of all things needed or used by the state, excepting agricultural products, which, according to the measure, are to be garnered from commission hcs legislated in any in- state lands as far _as possible. Stance rather than codified. There seems to be a widespread There have been stories afloat for sentiment in favor of simplifying the days that radical changes have i the machinery through which tho been made in the laws; in fact, that state institutions are now governed, the commission by a stroke of the but whether the scheme suggested In pea changed lavrs so that they were the Alsdorf bill Is the best one there not recognizable. It develops that the legislative com- mittees have not gone Into the report far enough to ascertain the exact truth. Those lawyers who have given When my boy was six years old, ho Buffered terribly with eczema. He could neither eit still nor lie ouiatly in bed. for the itching dreadful. Be would irritate spots bar scratching with his nails and that only made them A doctor treated him and wo tried almost everything, but tho eczema seemed to spread. It started in a email place on the lower extremities and spread for two rears until it very nearly covered the back part of his lee to the knee. "Finally I got Cuticura Soap, Cuti- cura Ointment and Cuticura Pills act! gave them acceding to directions. I used them in thAaorning and that even- Ing, I put nay boy to bed, I used thsm again and tho imprDvament even in these fpw hours wca Burprising. the inflammation seemed to be so much lacs. I uxed two bozos cf Cuticura Ointment, tho same cf the Pills and the Soap and my boy was cured. My son is now in his seventeenth year and he hns never had a return cf the eczema. I took care cf a. friend's child that hod eczema en its face and timba and I used tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment. They acted on tho child just as they did on my son and it has never returned. I would re-commend tho Cutiounx Reme- dies to anyone. Mra. A. J. Cechran, 1823 Columbia Are., Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. FOR SKIN HUMORS Torturing, disfiguring patches of hu- mor on the skin, scalp cr hands aro instantly relieved and speedily cured, in the majority cf cases, by warm baths Cuticura Soap and gentle anoint- ings cf Cuticura Ointment. For ecze- mas, rashes, itchings. irritations, inflam- mations, dandruff, dry, thin and falling hair, for sanative, antiseptic cleansing and all purposes of these pure, sweet, gentle emollients are unrivaled. CuUctna Soap (26e.) to Ciessse the Skin. CuUcmi Dtotmeat f3pc.) lo HoU tbeSMn time to It say that there are changes In perhaps 80 per cent of the stat- utes, but they are mostly correc- tions in grammar, elimination of ex- traneous matter and changes necessi- tated by a real codification cf the j laws. The complaint is made that seems room for much doubt. Leading Republicans favor a reform in this direction, but they look upon the Har- mon plan with some skepticism. The matter Is being carefully considered by them, and it is probable they will work out a program that will accom- plish the thing desired without throw- ing the wards of the state upon the tender mercies of selfish politicians. (or In fs. 2Sc. oer rial ot ._. aca form ot CbAcobte Ceatcd ___ j) to Parity the Blood, are ut toe world. Potter Ikruf A Cbem. ..135 Are, Boston. Cutteura Book i com- Treatmeat ot SVln andScalp JOHN" L. SULLIVAN. State Printer. VvTio. With Oil Inspector Phipps. Cries "On With the Probe." most of the premature criticism of the codes comes from law book pub- lishing houses that do not want a codiBcatien of the laws because It A plan which the author believes will bring out all intangible property for taxation is provided for in a bill Representative R. S. Tidrick of Car- roll county will introduce in the house. It provides that all bonds not exempt, notes, securities, stocks, In- vestments in joint stock companies and ajl credits other than those in ordinary of business accounts shall be stamped by the assessor and returned to him by the owner for taxation. The absence of the stamp from the instrument Invalidates It. j For instance, the maker of a promis- sory note cannot be made to pay it, i if the note does not bear a stamp j showing it has been listed for tax- ation. Mr. Tidrick introduced a some- what similar bill last winter, but it failed of passage. This one is chang- ed so as to remove objections urged j against the other and he has been of- fered support for it from members who opposed the first bill. John L. Sullivan, state printer, is not disturbed over the rumor that the Investigating committee appoint- ed under the Beatty resolution will probe his office "Not a bit afraid and welcome the probe." he says. "It will not be found that I have been traveling around the stafe at the expense of the tax- payers for the reason that I have no fund for that purpose: even if I leave town on state business I pay the ex- pense myself. And I am cot taking matter through the legislature. Speaker Mooney, who advanced the public utilities plan, is working on a bill, and within a week will have it ready to submit to the people for their discussion. In the meantime the Democrats are preparing to take a stand against the bill and they hope to be able to kill It with the cry of "corporation." DECREE OF DIVORCE IN PROBATE GOORT spoil many books now in hand, i thc time of the state ln the Itltere8t It Is as good as settled that the re- of Personal affairs. I have not taken view in process by the committees of a accepted this ap- the general assembly will not be fin- Isbed bv the end of the month, as William H. state oil in- was planned by some of the mem- sPector- is more worried than Mr. fcers. It Is admitted that the leeisla- Sullivan. "Let 'em come on with their says he. "The more probing thpy do the better will tbe affairs of There Is much interest In the skir- j office sbow up- l navc done sorae between the Republicans and thinSs that modest to call to the attention to the people of tho state and I know that a probe turc could profitably spend sir months on the report. Democrats on the tax commission till. Governor Hanson's plans little by little. He wants a tax commission of three members. to be named by himself. He proposes to have this commission succeed to the duties of the several commissions notr wade up of elective state offi- cers. To tbe duties already devolv- ing upcn the several commissions added the tnost Important one of giving tbe new tax commission complete of all tax appraisal "Work, and jjarti'-iilarly. for time. of assuming nil responsibility of look- ing after tbe q-.iadreanial appraise- ncals. The frovemc.r -would this new taT commission authority to VHIUP railroads for taxation, a work now Irat up to coanty auditors. pro- pose? to compel to a and fairer share of tie tax burden. The labtrrg of tl.t nf-v out o> quadrennial ap- of real estate would inc commission fairly busy for al- a year. ___________________ will develop them." There is every Indication that the Democrats will oppose the Republi- can program that affects the passage of a public utilities law. Governor Harmon has not said a word on this important subject. An Interview given out by Senator Als- dorf. known as the administration representative In the senate, indi- cates that tbe Demerits will make tte claim that corportious of tbe state are backing a public utilities measure. It is true the ask- ed Governor Hcrrirk to stand "ponsor for a publJ" utilities bill, but at that tim" be no demand for one on the part of the people and he re- to rc-roHimcTid It. In of fact Onvomor Harmon >ias alta-Viri; r-orpor- atinns in n pUyf-nl manrT it was that siicb a but it to b" up to to carry the Mrs. J. H. Columbus Secures IMvorce and Restoration to Maiden Name. Will of William Johnson. A journal entry has been filed in probate court in the divorce case of Ruth H. Columbus vs. John H. Co- lumbus. The court finds from the evi- dence of witnesses and documentary evidence and the records of the com- i-.ion pleas court of Richland county that the defendant was at tbe time of filing of this petition an inmate of tho Ohio Slate i eformatory at Mans- field and was regularly sentenced to seive an indefinite term therein for liir: crime of bigamy. It is therefore clcr-recd ami adjudged by this court that the plaintiff, Kulh H. Columbus, lie divorced from the defendant. John H. Columbus, and that the marriage contract heretofore existing be set and both parties are released therefrom. The court further de- rrees. orders and adjudges that the defendant, John H. Columbus, shall pay as a reasonable alimony to this plaintiff the sum of paying the sum of each month on the loth day of the month commencing Jan. Ki. 1910, uutil the sum of is The plaintiff is restored to her tnalden name. Ruth Hume. Thc plaintiff in this divorce cssc was Xo. 1 or rather thc legal wlfcj of John H. Columbus. i OF JOHNSON. The last will of Johnson, deceased, of Sharon township, who died Sept. 7. IS09. has been filed for probate. This will was executed March 3 90S. and is witnessed by Charics and B. E. Hawk. !-oth of Tbe will provides first that all just robts and luneral shall-be jvid as ?oon as possible. 1 o the wife.! Xcuie Johnton. is given all tbe prop-j trly. Ivith ieai estate and chattel or personal property, iu simple. 7he widow. Johnson, is ajv TTiintfd cx-xutor of ;ho will. UPPROVE BILLS What it to Keep County Machinery G'oinjc tor One Month. The Rlchland county commiwlon- at their session for January al- lowed the following bills: J. W. Remy, Infirmary direc- tor 65 35 A. S. Lantz, infirmary direc- tor 28 75 .J. P. Elliott, Infirmary direc- tor 61 50 Gus A. Baer, sheriff's ex- pense account.......... 336 00 GUB A. Baer, sheriff's Jail bill for November......201 00 GUB A. Baer, sheriff's jail bill for October............ 83 50 Jchn J. McPhern, salary as Janitor go 00 fa'anie, laundry of towels 1 47 Same, brooms, salt, etc. 807 Samuel F. Ottinger. night watchman at court house 40 00 Jas. Galbralth, office rent for December.......... 12 50 Same, bell phone for Decem- ber 4 00 C. L. Bushey, surveyor's time 32 50 Same, expenses, (Blackfork et al.) 4 85 E. A. Merkel, deputy survey- or on Blackfork........ 19 40 Bcyd Wiremau, assistant surveyor 20 70 Louis Myers, rodmau on Blackfork............. 10 80 .1. M. Ottinger, clerk's fees criminal 106 34 Thos. E. Johns, transcribing record................ 10 00 A. J. Thornton, salary hu- mane officer........... 25 00 J. H. Mowers, services sol- diers' relief commission 15 00 H. E. Kingsboro, services sol- diers' relief commission 10 50 Vi'orkman and Huston, attor- ney fees County vs. Grlb- ling.................. 75 00 Mansfield Book Bindery, marriage docket 2600 Mansfield Book Bindery, guide for plat book...... 12 00 Mansfield Book Bindery, city appraisers' books, (auditor) 18 00 Mansfield Book Bindery, two cash legisters, (treas- urer) 35 00 Mansfield Book Bindery, will record, (probate of- 16 00 Mansfield Book Bindery, land appraisers' books (auditor) 20 00 George A. Holm Bro., printing bar dockets 59 20 The Shield Publishing -Co., envelopes, (probate of- fice) ___.............. 1 75 The Shield Publishing Co., brief, Gribling vs. Com- missioners The Shield Publishing Co., envelopes (probate judge) 1 75 The Shield Publishing Co., blanks for foreign fees 7 00 The Mansfield News, "Weekly News................ 100 Louis D. Ban-, Ohio state rV port 1 Same, two Ohio state reports 3 The Ohio Law Reporter Co., books, (probate judge) 2 Same, books, (clerk's office) 2 50 F. J. treasurer, Dia- mond street improvement 339 45 Same, infirmary farm assess- ment.................. 384 03 E. H. Xeigler. fees on tlelin- citient ta.ves in Shelby 4 67 Wesley Boyce. tax refunder, Jackson township 11 3" Bonar Harding, insur- ance poluy............ 63 00 S. Koontz. insurance pol- icy 12 00 The Mansfield Hallway, Light rower Co., light for December.......... 36 95 75 75 40 Same, light for December [The Mansfield Telephone Co., rent and tolls for S .40 30 for typewriter Tornado Manufacturing Co., roach food for 9 75 Cairns ft Swigart, supplies for jail i Same, labor at Jell, etc. 6 JAlbert Btz, moving ..steam pump 3 00 Kallmerten Baer, two tons of coal 5 Rusk Bros., four tons of coal 9 Arcade restaurant, boarding Bachman jury......... 40 50 Mrs. George Schissler. lodg- ing jury 26 OP James A. Niman, burial sol- dier, (Slaybaugh) 75 00 II H. Beelman. burial sol- dier, (Mann) ___...... 75 00 J. B. Edwards, services on burial, com., (Harter) i 00 11. C. McFarland, services on burial com., 1 00 George Pfelfer, services on burial com., 1 00 Levl Sell, services on burial com., (Harter) 1 00 John coroner's fees, (Kimmel) 893 John Maglott, coroner's fees, (Hubley) 9 07 John Maglott, coroner's fees, (Scott) S 73 John Maglott, coroner's fees, (Korber) 5 29 Wm. A. Remy, constable lees..............'.... 3 55 Wm. A. Remy, constable fees 2 15 Wm. A. Remy, constable fees.................. 1 85 Wm. A. Remy, constable fees.................. 1 A. M. Saunders, witness fees 1 Wm. Kimmel, witness fees 1 T. A. Vaughn, witness fees. 1 R. R. Black, witness fees 1 James Hagerty, witness fees 1 Hiram V. Loder, witness fees 1 Catherine Tyler, witness fees 1 JCona Boyd, witness fees.... 1 Edward Jaberg, witness fees 1 00 Dr. J. H. Ctaig, witness fees 1 00 Elizabeth Korber, witness fees.................. 1 00 Stephen Korber, witness fees 1 00 INFIRMARY FUND. Rev. O. A. Kienle, chaplain at infirmary........... 50 00 BRIDGE FUND. EUchland Grading Co.. Eman- uel. bridge fill 200 00 fame, partial estimate on grade 00 Same, partial estimate on re- taining wall............ 45 00 Philip Rltter, Steel fll! in Jef- ferson township........ 138 00 Same, planking bridge..... 95 00 Mercer Bros., planklug East Mansfield bridge 80 00 Morrow county, Richland's r.hare art Baker bridge 3337 Voegele Bros., sewer ttle 27 63 b'arry Hahu, planking Breth- ren church 20 10 J. W. repairing 12 00 Alice Charles, driveway to Charles' bridge 5 00 STAUNCH FRIENDS OF PE-RU-NA. Grandmothers and Grandfathers Wbo Bdkre ta Pe-ru-na. CAN.recommend Pertraa as a good KJTRS. H. G. GREEN and family, of A medicine for chronic catarrh of the 1VA Lewis Creek, write: stomach and bowels. I have been troubled With it severely ior overa-year, and also a cough. "Now my cough is all gone, and all the distressing symptoms oC catarrh of the atomacb and bowels have disappeared. "I will recommend it to all as a rare Mrs. F. S. Little, HAD catarrh of the stomach, bow- L els and lower internal organs. Had ft great deal of pain in my right hip, which felt likerheumatism. Also, pain in my internal organs. The water was highly colored, my back was weak, was constipated, and very restless. "J commenced to take Parana accord- ing to directions, and began to improve. I hare taken ten bottles of Parana and flunk I am Mr. W C. Hemp- OBITUARY. Mosiw. Police Officer Thomas M. Bell re- ceived a telegram last night from Orange, Cal.. stating that William Hosier, father of Mrs. Bell, died at his home in California on Friday morning. The deceased was about 65 years of age. He was formerly a resident of Rich land county, having lived at Lexington. About eighteen years ago Mr. Hosier removed to California and "has resided there since. Death was due to heart failure but so far as is known Mr. Hosier was not ill any length of time. His second wife survives him. No infor- mation has been received as yet in regard to the funeral arrangements. Columbus keep- ing prisoners November. E. A. Miller, livery for sur- veyor Charles H'iber. Jr.. rodraan on UlackforU Gust Doran. rodman on Blackfork The Shelby Lumber Co.. stakes for I'.lnrkfork .7. Archart. livery to PUten- arch Hichland Co.. elec- tric Ivvturrs Rowland Furnii'ire Co.. fur- niture for Tft' room Same, rue for "'irt room Co.. repairs 2S 45 13 70 1 50 3 00 12 00 9 3fi 50 IS 00 00 YOUNG EN WANTED Thc Other Way About. A benevolent looking old was waiting along Ibe street vclmn came upon an irate parent lecturing offspring. "N'iw. yon young rascal." paid the a j- "cut off borne, and i fore you go lo bed tonight give you I good whipping." j Tbe ckl Ketitlemaa mildly reroon- j One Doctor Hive one yum. in nraniaf Erotu oar Sefect flw beet flttfl by him. Ho ia r tiikc Stidk to ft. no ristbt deal rtrbaps 1 bave Jo Interfere, but tbe wise old saying. not the snn go down apon your wrath.' "Don't trouble yonrsclf about ibnt." tbe reply. "I won't do anythlnc at the sort-ob. no. What I'm Rolnp to 5s to tbe wrttb dwcend upon tbe rays Railway Mail lo S1.40O a Year. Krcx- Arc Offered. Vrrl" Sam i.o't's spring examina- tion? lor mail clerks In this vicinity. Thc i- salary iv.-j--- To any 50 of a of arc to Ix> school education is all you :'y and county peo- ple bavo pqnn] Csart to pre- pare information. Frw rrholarsbip? tbl" month. Write Im- mediately to r< ?tral Schools. DepL 476, RochpstT. N T. Huenerfanth. Milton, aged C years and 6 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Huener- fauth, died Saturday morning at 5 o'clock In Cleveland- Burial Mon- day at Cleveland. The child had been ill with measles. Mr. Huener- fauth was in the employ of the Ideal Electric company of this city until two months ago when he moved to Cleveland. hili, Miss. caanot express to you oar thanks tar what i'ernaa lias done-toTmotber. "When she began yonr medicine was not able to be up all day, bnt now she is helping with tho work and aft present has goneon a visit. Her health is improved in general. Xo discharges. Good appetite.- Sleeps well and well." T following your instructions and taking your Feruna and Man alia I am cured of catarrh. "I had catarrh for twelve years and quito a bad cough so I could not sleep nights. I do not hare any cough now. If I feel anything in the throat I take allow of Pernna and I an all W. D. Smith, Br., 2MO Forest fit- PortHarorti MJch, Ask Your Drugget for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1910. KOO CORDS of maple and ba-clt wood to glvo away for piling brusb. Harvey at Sprtngmltl stop on Bielby anJ Hana- Unfair. A cleTer but very eccentric man. W'oe slngi comic songs with a great deal Of action, was Singing one day -at i nged woman, with-- ax- .__U._l_- m concert glren at a lunatic asylum. be had finished an old woman exclaimed, with a sigh, "And to think I'm in and he's TODAY'S WANTS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Want to insure puMl- cmUen the day In M MClr In the day poalbU In no earn later than m. FOR doable roof house on V Third it. vdtb good lot for HOOO- WllI take good lot la pan payment. O W ,Babl. broker. 11 FOR few good business proper- ties on North Muln street that are good Inveittnonts. Or W Bahl, broker. Blymyer bldg. n btiy one good young Jersoy cow tbet fresh, or will be saon. John Caliall. Mans phono 1189-j. It FOR Mansfield Telephone bonds paying over 8% on yonr Investment; e.Uo Roderick Lean Mfg Co. 6% preferred stook. G W Bnhl, broker. 11 TO swell new down town ter- races. Call Clarence Hoover, Mans phone 1BW-JC. Jl In soliciting out-of-town work; nothing to sell. Will pay a salary. X6M Kews. n FOR Bant, or A Uawjomivo. Qw Cupp, 10 Wller block, "Boll gbone. u FOR One of tie best TO acres, flve miles cf terms. G room 19 Wilcr block, Bell phono. 11 TO and board In private fam- ily, nil modern conveniences, man and wtte or 2 gentleman preferred. 105 South Main st. 11 NEIGHBORHOOD DKATHS. Burkholder. Mrs. William Burkholder. fO, died at her home east of land. Friday morning. aged Ash- Bechtel. Mrs. Susan Bechtel. aged 7S. died at her home in "Wooster after a illness of pneumonia. will call for and de- liver work: win try to give best of satls- hoiion. Pioas9 call Mrs Morgan, Bell phone 1043-wL 11 TO tarnished rooms for light housekeeping, block from square. Call Ball phone 1049-wL n MORSE-SHOEING kinds In Kast Mansfield, trial, o E Whoatorait. ,nd repairing ot all I Oivo me a 11 married man wants to rent farm on the to furoltn everything. 8 E Harris, Lincoln are. II Manntactnrtnx Corporation establishing offlce In Mnnt- supply the enormoui Inoreaslna demand for oar staple product, desires to a first-class man as superinten- dent to handle talesmen, advertising, col- lections, etc. We want a man with capi- tal to carry encash goods to supply created an J with eood ref- erences. pay liberal salary, office ex- penses and extra commission. Position permanent. Address T B Bird. Bales Man- ager. S3) ScBofldd Bldg. Cleveland. O. 14 Pneumonia Follows a Cold But never follows the use of Foley's and Tar. which stops the coujh. heals the lungs and expels the cold front jTir system. Take at first sign of .1 cold and avoid a danpcroua illness. Drug Store. M. Barton, Finfrock's Looking Ancao, you said tbe price of this rait wonM be and nere yoa bare made tbe bill out for TmUor j tbe extra Is for tbe pottage hours arc- short, j on the that I snail hare to ;hly and vacation. send yon before the bill is wbo has fiiercy Journal. this is thc oppor- For indicestion and all troubles tafce FoK-r's Orino Laxative. Tt 5s the natural remedy for Indiges- tion, drspepfiln. heartburn, bad ttrealb, pick headache, torpid liver, bilious- ness and habitual courtlpatlon. FW- Orino laxative frwer.teras breath, and tones up pnUr" aUTnentStTT Will M, Barton, Finfrock's Draf 9 Man. mast be to learn and capable of acting as our representa- tive: no canvassing or soliciting; good In- come assured; National tlre Really Co, 1U5 Harden Bldg: Ingtoo, DC. 11 Ironing todo by anex jx woman will come to bouw or take work bome.Qall 1455 M 32 FOR desirable small track poultry and fruit near tbe city. For particulars call at office. G W Slit- ter, afeat. 11 to distribute Mansfield Loan Co, Main n. 11 FOR farm of 100 acres, with good bulldlng-i, crops and stock for only Particulars nt oTSc--. Ow Slatlcr. nc-Dt. 31 Gold rlns on Wood nt.