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STARB. COUNTY MDMOOBAT, TUBS DAT, 'JULY 10, 100.
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CANAL FULTON NEWS.
Canal Fulton, July 10.
Miss Grace Owen has resigned her
"position In Brnddoek's cnsh Btorc.
Mrs. Dr. Slsler, of Akron, who has
"been visiting her mother, has returned
to her home.
Mrs. S. M. Buckmaster, of Akron, a
former resident of Canal Fulton, Is vis
iting with friends.
Dr. A. B. Campbell and family left
Saturday for Canada, where they will
spend part of the summer.
Ar. Edward Torter, of Clevland, who
had been visiting friends In Fulton,
returned to the Forest City.
Mr. Ed Ackerman reslcned his posi
tion In lleld's grocery store and left for
.Mansfield. Mr. Kelley Myers has taken
Miss May Lerch, who conducted a
millinery store at Plymouth, Ohio, the
past season, Is visiting with her grand
father, w. G. Myers.
Miss Code Klttlnger Is spending her
vacation at tho home of her parents.
She has been working at her trade, that
' of millinery, at Greenwich, O.
Christian Eschllman, an aged and
respected resident of Lawrence town
ship, died Saturday night at the home
of his son-in-law, Jacob Lawrence, in
terment In Union cemetery at Canal
Fulton this morning.
W. B. Long, president of the Cleve
land district nntl-saloon league, an
earnest and Interstlng speaker, dellv
erd an address In the M. E. church Sun
day morning, and In the Keformed
church Sunday evening.
NEW BALTIMORE NOTES.
New Baltimore, July 10.
Cecil and Shelley Cole, of Canton, are
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlller, of Ak
ron, have been visiting friends here the
Miss Grace Nash Is visiting in Ra
Miss Jennie Marcy, who has been
visiting here the past two weeks, has
returned to her home In 'Wellington, O.
Several of our citizens attended the
show In Alliance Saturday.
The sudden change In the atmosphere
following the rain Saturday night Is
very acceptable to sweltering humanity
In general. The rains of the last few
days have been very beneficial and
crops are much Improved.
Unlontown, July 10.
Marlam Royer who was seriously In
jured by a fall while at work on a
barn several weeks ago Is slowly re
covering. The order of Maccabees will hold a
festival Saturday evening, July 14.
The entertainment given by Hesslop
of Kent, Saturday evening In the in
terest of the Aid society was excellent.
Mrs. Mary Semler Is In New York
visiting her daughter.
Hector Swinehart and w Ife, of Akron,
were the guests of his parents Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Grace and Maud Blum, of Can
ton, are visiting their aunt, Miss G. C.
About 100 of our citizens attended the
Fourth of July celebration at Canton.
Quite a number of our young people
attended Children a day exercises at
Greentown, Sunday evening.
Edward Semler and wife of Ashland
and Chas. Semler and wife of Akron,
were guests of their mother, Sunday.
Rev. Christian, of the Reformed
church, preached an excellent sermon
Sunday evening from Gal. 6-8.
Mrs. Margaret McCoIgln, of Medina,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank.
Miss Lillian Myer, of Werner ofllce,
Akron, Is spending a week with her
Miss Nellie Crist, of Kent, was the
guest of her uncle, Simon Myers last
Several members of the family of Cal
vin Swinehart were down with measles
HOW HE WON.
Delegates Thought It Would
Be a Deserved
Kansas City, Mo., July 9. A wrong
Impression seems to prevail concerning
the attitude of certain leading members
of the Ohio delegation In the choice of
a national committeeman. McLean did
not receive a majority of the first bal
lot, having only 23 out of the 46 votes.
It is well understood that on a square
test as between McLean and anti-McLean
he should not have been elected.
His election was secured on the plea
that It would be a deserved recognition
of his past services and liberal contri
butions to the party to elect him for a
second term as committeeman In his
absence and when he was not an active
candidate for the place. Even on thla
plea only one of the Big Four voted for
McLean. This was W. S. Thomas. Col;
James Kilbourne, A. W. Patrick and
H. L. Chapman voted for M. A. Daugh-I
erty on each of the two ballots. Col!
Kllbpurne, although advised not to tak
an active part In the fight, openly op
posed the selection of McLean and vot
ed his sentiments on the roll call. On
the second ballot McLean received 28
votes and at the suggestion of Kil
bourne his election was made unani
mous. Rendered Speechless
Talnesvllle, 0 July 9. Alexander B.
Glenn, aged sixty years, was made mute
by a lightning shock during an electric
Btorm here Saturday afternoon. Glenn
Js Janitor at St. James Episcopal church
and was In the vestry room. The bolt
passed thorugh an open window and out
of a door behind; him. "When he tried
,to speak he could not rnako a sound.
He was in no other way disabled. On
reaching home he wrote on paper what
had happened and a physician wan sum
moned. His tongue and throat wero
Ih Canton Btt Bank. ,
No. 237, "Vyest Tuscarawas street, pay
Interest on deposit Transact a ifen
. banking business. Tour bueliees
Summer coats, coaia ami vo.f. ni
"nfl110!?, at re,uol Prtcea a't lb I
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COUNTY BILLS PAID,
J. S. Menegay, soft soap for
ren's home, $27.90.
Bechel, Dumoulln & Co. tobacco for
J. Motter, blacksmlthlng for Infirma
Ed H. Toung, drugs for Infirmary,
B. F. Stler, beef for Infirmary, $29.96.
Joslah Fink, land appraiser Osnaburg
Telephone for infirmary, $18.65.
Charles Munter, drugs for Infirmary,
Durbln, Wright & Co., drugs for in
C. G. Oliver, wall paper Tor lnflrma
Hoeland & Helngartner, painting in
shcrltl'8 office, $20.
J. H. Robertson, transcript, $33.80.
John C. Llchtenwaltcr, current ex
penses at Infirmary, $200.
M. L. Pearson, groceries for infirm
F. M. Eaton, groceries for infirmary,
Standrad-OJl Co., oil for infirmary,
J. S. Hoover, surveying, $17.
E. J. Rex, stove repairs for inflrma
Viewers on Ell Grant road, $13.50.
Dick Kirk, transcript, $18.60.
t. J. Aimer, transporting paupers,
Simon Johnson. transcrlDt. $57.34.
Charles W. Ream, grooerles for in
J. J. Snyder, beef for Infirmary, $35.14,
Roth & Hug, drugs for infirmary,
Kenny Bros., dry goods for Infirmary,
B. Dannemlller & Sons, groceries for
children's home, $43.92.
V. A. Schort, truss for pauper, $3.
C. A. Dougherty, witness fee $1.
D. L. St. JfoHn, coal for Infirmary,
Our Shoe store, shoes for Infirmary,
George R. Snavely, land appraiser,
Tuscarawas township, $202.
Henry Sponseller, beef cattle for in
D. W. Coyle, beef cattle for infirm
Henry Hlldenblttle, hay loader for
Samuel Krablll, potatoes for Infirm
Wm. S. LIndesmlth, horse collar for
Frank Hoffman, potatoes for Infirm
Pay roll at Infirmary for month
W. H. Bachtel, repairs at infirmary,
J. F. Fahs, preaching at Infirmary,
Frank N. Switzer, witness fee, 50c.
J. L. Reed, poor physician, $20.83.
C. H. Wheeler, cleaning court room
Samuel Mell, transporting paupers,
Fulton Signal, 6,000 tax receipts, $18.
J. H. Relgner, transcript, $2.50.
A. H. McCadden, transcript, $10.75.
J. M. Howenstlne, Infirmary direc
tor, salary, $60.
Canton Bindery Co. .supplies for court
Andrew Reese, Infirmary director, sal-
Wm. Hardgrove, Infirmary director,
E. E. Early, electrical work at court
J. E. Yarger, expense returning pris
Pay roll at workhouse for month,
A. B. Love, salary as secretary
of workhouse, $30.
Workhouse directors for expenses, $75.
J. H. Relgner, transcript, $26.95.
J. S. Hoover, surveying Fohl ditch,
J. S. Hoover, surveying roads, $124.
Light & Power Co., service at county
Trustees Bethlehem township, plank
ing bridge, $54.83.
Sheriff Zalser, boarding prisoners.
Sheriff Zalser, serving grand Jury.
Wm. Donnovan, service to poor, $4.
A. B. Hany, burial of poor, $40.
G. A. Shane, poor physician, $26.67.
More of Them Slain In the
Philippines and Some Natives
Manila, July 9. The past week's
scouting In Luzon resulted In eleven
Americans being killed and sixteen
wounded. One hundred and slxtv nil.
plnoa were killed during the week and
eight Americans who had been prisoners
In the hands of the rebels were sur
rendered and a hundred rifles were turn
ed over to the United Statep officials.
They ambushed a wairon train h.
tween Indang and Nalc. Tho Third In-
iminjr. iiwi nine men wnue on an expe
dition to punish tho Ladrones In tho
delta of the Rio Grande.
In the Antigua province of Panay a
running fight of three hours' duration,'
resulted In tho killing or wounding of
seventy of the enemy. There wero nq
casualties among the Americans.
The Insurgents are slowly 'acceptlnB
the amnesty provUlojw, In some in
stances the Americans are suspending
operations in order to give the rebels
an opportunity to take advantage of the
Commissioners Have Eeplen
' jMied the County Bridge
The county commissioners are making
an effort to replenish the depleted
bridge fund. During the past week
$5,000 has been added to It. This was
done by transferrins funds from the
funds that were full of money. J3,600
was taken from the interest and debt
fund and 12,600 froni tie children's home
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Lots marked with an X are
The undersignedExecutor of John J. Trump, deceased, offers at private sale about
200 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
Said lots adjoin the city
The Street Railway line runs to Belden Avenue, which avenue is the west boundary of said Addition.
"Crystal Park" has' the advantage of two large school buildings where, under the supervision of the Superin
tendent of schools, the various branches are taught. fP"'
Two of the best shops in Canton are located on the south side of "Crystal Park," viz : "The Harvard Co " and
"Canton Malleable Iron Co.," with the Berger Shop and the Canton Bridge Co. in close proximity on the Bouth.
A lot of shade trees have already been planted over five years ago on a number of the streetB in said addition.
The Present Taxes on Said Lots Average 48 Cents Annually.
The Prices on the Lots Being from $60.00 up to $150, will be sold
on Installments, with Liberal Discount tor Cash.
The undersigned can alwayB be seen during business hours at the office of Lynch & Day, where, if any further
information is desired, it will be cheerfully furnished.
OBLIGING INSPECTORS, .
Found They Had Been Currying
Favor With the Wrong
New Tork, July 9. Five particularly
urbane and kind customs Inspectors are
feellnir all cut up, this morning, wheri
they reflect upon a certain transaction
in which they were officially prominent.
There was a great flurry among the
United States customs officers on the
White Star line pier when the Oceanlo
arrived, yenterday, for they had been
aqvised that Mrs. Marcus A. Hanna,
wife, of the United States senator, was
When a handsome woman, about 32
years old, came down the gang plank,
five customs officers rushed toward her.
"Mm, Hanna, I believe," said one of
"Yes," was the reply, "what: can I
do for you?"
"What can we do for you?" asked
the spokesman of the party.
"Weil," said Mrs. Hanna, smlllnf. "I
would be greatly obliged to you if you
would accelerate tha innuvtin'
would accelerate the inspectloa'of my About 300 members of the Royal
baggage." , "PeCMOtt roy League, of, Cleveland, will attend .
m sector, tftwrt Averconventl
unsold, and can be seen on the
Park" Addition to Canton, 0.
on the northeast. In size they are from 40 to 50 feet front hv lKO fPRt. Hpr
another 'in getting to section H. As
Mrs. Hanna's baggage dd not happen
to be there. Just then three minutes or
so after the Oceanic docked three men
were sent scurrying-af ter it. It wob the
first of the Oceanlo rbaggage brought
on the pier. There were ..only, seven
trunks, yet five inspectors "examined"
them. It took Just four mlnUtea'to de
cide that Mrs. HannaJhad nothing duti
able. She thanked the inspectors, and'
they ushered her and her three children
to a carriage.
Since then the Inspectors haye learned
that the woman upon whom theysh!dw
ered their attentions was not Mrs. Mark
Hanna, but Mrs. May Harrington
Hanna, divorced wife of Dan It. Hanna,
son of the senator.
Joseph noaenskl, 2K.... Crystal Springs
Catherine Karzekwa, 24 C. Springs
nancy Balgeon, 30, Cleveland
ArtemlBla Shaffer, 28 .Alliance
All the 2.E0, $2, 11.60, U and 75c straw
hats are reduced to 60c, at The New
Globe Clothing House.
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. TOWN TOPICS' ;.
,Miss Sophia Gerwlg.iof 2O0:Easi Lake
street, spent Sunday at Paris.!
Miss Minnie Hardesty, of Ravenna,
Ib visaing Miss Harriet A. JLevlnger,
No, G03 Fulton street. ,
Attorney Ralph S. Ambler w"fent'o
Fut-inrBay, Jlonday morning to attend
a meeting of the Ohio State Bar associa
Mayor' Farrell and wife, of Lisbon,
were in the city Saturday attending the
convention which nominated Ralph B.
Ambler for Judge.
Horace Sprpwl, of Minerva,' section
foreman of the W. & L. E. railroad,
who died with consumption, was burled
at his home city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Deuble, Miss
Lucy Alexander and Miss Helen Hol
wlck comprised a party who left the city
Monday morning for Sandy Lake, on a
FOR SALE Cheap, one two Beated
spring wagon, painted in good condi
tion; tWO PhfVetOnS! tWO road wnn-nnn
well painted j tone two inch truck: twd
g tP buggies good condition.
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SEE our beauUful buggies, three styles
of top buggies and surreys, before buy
ing. Best delivery wagons made.
Stark Buggy Co., old Dexter works,
Nayarre street. 9.3
WANTED-A first class blacksmith
for Khoelng and carriage work to take
charge of shop. Steady emplo yment th'e
year round to right man. Address B, A
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