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that good common sense
of which all of us have a
share, how can you continue
to buy ordinary soda crackers,
stale and dusty as they must
be, when for 5$ you can get
fresh from the oven, protected
from dirt by a package the
viery beauty of which makes
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W. W. DUNNAVANT, T. P. A., W. C. RINEARSON.
Are Stirred Over Report
That Kennedy Has En
listed Democratic Aid
in His Canvass in This
Local political leaders of the Repub
lican persuasion are stirred tip by
the apparently well authenticated re
ports that the service of the Demo
cratic party has been called upon In
this county to the support of Ken
nedy In the contest for the party nom
ination for congress.
For some time the reports have been
coming to Republican officials of sus
picious activity on the part of certain
Democrats who are believed to bcpart
of the Democratic machine that Post
master Clark attempted to build when
he was in control of the Republican
forces. Later more evidence was
found that led to the belief that there
was n, concerted move on tho part of
the Democratic organization to work
for Konnedy's nomination on the plea
that he was the weakest man to nom
inate and that it would improve the
chances of the Democratic candidate.
It is said that a. canvass was made by
eonio of the anti-Kennedy men and
the result, it is claimed, fully'subslan
tlates the suspicion. Confidential or
ders from suspected sources, outlining
the plan of conduct, is said to be in
possession of the Speaker people and
have used to tho best advantage. De
velopments along this lino may bo an
ticipated before tho fight waxes much
Outside of the forces in charge of the
Republican county, officials, which is
conceded is in the hands of the
Speaker; men, there is much uneasi
ness among that class of Republican
politicians with "influence" at so much
a "fluence." 5Vhllo Kennedy has been
In tho city and vlsfted tho manufac
turing establishments to shake hands
with tho workmen, yot there has been
no visible signs of a barrel or even
a keg being opened. Certain so-called
Democrats, who are supposed to know
the valuo of their services, have been
unduly active and the horrible suspic
ion Is crossing, tho minds of certain
Republican patriots that the barrel
has gone astray and, may have been de
livered to the wrgng camp. This awful
nightmare la causing sleepless nights
to many a staunch partisan of the
has looked upon tho tapping of the
candidate's barrel as one of the her
itages bequeathed them by a grateful
From the best advices that can be
gathered there will bo a demand here
soon for the presence of tho present
congressman, and with him Is expected
fho sinews of war that makes tho
heart of the professional politician
glad with Joy. If these necessaries are
not forthcoming thero will be rebel
General Paaseurer Aeeni. Ontlnnl. O
lion deep. Jules Whiting, Clark, and
tho rest of the dethroned Republican
politicians of the county, may be the
politicians "par excellence," but they
will not be able to enjoy tho loaves
and fishes alone and expect the rank
and file jjf their followers to live on
the proverbial husks, especially when
the evidence is before the faithful that
the Democratic co-workers are brows
ing in rich pastures.
New Berlin, Sept. 25. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry LIchtenwalter, of Jollet, 111.,
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Snyder"for a few days.
Harry A. Shook, of Cleveland, was
visiting with his mother, Mrs. Sarah
Shook, over Sunday.
Mrs. Kelly and son, Roger, went to
Dennison, O., Friday for a few days
visit to Mr. Kelly who is engaged at
that place with the Ohio Gas Pipe line.
Mr. and Mrs. James Evans and son,
of Mapleton, visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Willlngman.
Mr. Lozler is home after a visit of
some weeks to relatives in Indiana.
Miss Rennlnger, of Akron, was the
guest of Miss Charlotte Giedjinger
Richard Miller is making extended
Improvements on his home on East
Maple avenue. ,
Miss Ettlo Wise has moved from
Unlontown to this place.
Prof. H. C. Janson and wife, of Na
varre, were at the home of Mrs. Jan
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Wlllaman, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gray have moved
back to our village Into their homo on
North Market street, after spending
some years in Greentown.
Mr. and Mrs. John Swope and Miss
Jennie were Akron visitors Sunday.
Miss Elsie Wise will leave this week
for Philadelphia for a year or two
further musical studies.
Prof. Thorpe, of Canton, is engaged
as the director of the Christian church
The former hotel building is under
going some changes. Tho north side
ground floor is being flxed for the
Wearstler lunch rooms, and the up
stairs fitted for living rooms for the
twp Sommors families.
Preparation Is being made for tho
26th anniversary of the New Berlin
Reformed church, which is to be held
on Sunday, Oct. 7. A good: program
is arranged with local and visiting tal
ent, who will mako tho services inter
esting along various lines.
Suit for Loss of Colt.
James W. Hannay instituted an ac
tion yesterday in common pleas court
against tho Pennsylvania company,
for the loss of a colt. He claims that
sparks from an englno sot fire to a
fence and the colt passed out of tho
field and strayed upon tho railroad
track and was killed. The colt was
valued at $400.
Married Five Times Each.
Palncsvlllo, O., Sept. 27 Mrs. Mary
Louise Grlswold, 70, arid J. B, Downs,
CO, announced their marrlago today.
Tho wedding was a surprise, but when
it was announced five of their wed
dings wero brought to light.
Fire and Police Alarm
System Again Turned
Down by Safety Board.
New Bids Called For.
At the regular meeting of the goard
of public safety in the mayor's ofllce
Friday evening nil members were pres
ent. Member Blake submitted a re
port of the examination of applicants
for firemen In which the following
three were successful and wero enter
ed on the eligible list: Oscar Dan
ford, John Ketler and Charles Renner.
A paper was submitted by Mayor
Turnbull and Chief Mcsnai", recom
mending Robert Bushong, who for tho
past year has bceai serving as a substi
tute flrcman to the regular service.
The contract drawn by City Solicitor
Day, between the.board and the Stein
er Coal compaify for thp sr.pp'y of the
city's coal for the coming year was
read and approved and signed by the
members of the board.
An application for examination for
the police force from Jacob G. Gross
klaus, of Rowland street, was received
In addition to Representative Pease,
who has been here for several weeks,
the general superintendent of the
Gamewell Police and Fire Alarm Sys
tem was present at the meeting to
make a final effort to have their sys
tem installed in Canton and on this
question a hot argument took place.
This system is claimed to be the
most satisfactory one in the country,
and. was approved by the entire board
after an examination of their service
in Alliance and Youngstown, where it
has been very satisfactory. After an
examination by an expert of the com
pany and City Electrician Leininger, a
bid was submitted, covering all the
requirements, for the sum of $19,050,
which is only $50 less than the appro
priation of. the board for this work.
The board however, considered the
price exhorbitant, and this has been
the subject of contention over since.
At a secret meeting of tho board
held last Tuesday evening it was de
cided to mako a final offer to the
company of $18,000, specifying that
this would be the only condition on
which their system would be Installed.
"Tho price of our bid," said the sup
erintendent," was reached after a
careful investigation into your requlie
mpnts and allows us only a fair pro
fit. To submit to your terms would
only be a confession of knavery; be
sides being unfair to other cities, as
this is the regular price."
Ho then made the offer to pay half
the expenses of an expert to be se
lected by the board to again invesll
gate the requirements of the city to
determine the cost, and when this was
refused offered to sell their system ac
cording to the specifications, with the
exception of tho wire for $1C,000 but
the board refused to divide the con
tract. The arguments were cut short by a
motion by Mr. Herbruck to re-adver-tise
for bids, which wascarried.
By Blake To have the clerk re-advertise
until noon on October 19, spec
ifying that a certified check for $1000,
accompany all bids aria that the suc
cessful company give a bond for $10,
000 for their faithful compliance to
the contract. Carried.
The Gamewell representative then
made a request that all information
and specifications submitted by them
be returned. Mr. Herbruck made a
motion to return the check and infor
mation submitted by the Gamewell
Tho following bills were read and
Salaries for the police department for
last half of September, $1007.82; sal
ary for fire department, $1345.73; John
Leininger, salary, $35; John Imhoff,
salary, $28; Joseph B. Ryan, for kill
ing dog, $2; Miller & Blanchard, liv
ery, $13.50; L. P. D. Yost, garbage
can, $3; H. A. Keefauver, spouting on
patrol house, $43.70; L. A. Baer, tab
lets, $1; W. H. Reed, sustenance of
prisoners, $1.40; Canton Hardware Co.,
supplies, $3.70; DIebold Safe and Lock
Co., gold leaf, $5; Dr. G. F. Zinnlnger,
medical services, $9; F. Brothers, hay,
$10,50; W. D. Theobold supplies, C5c;
Standard Oil Co., oil. $4.25; Durbln &
Wright, supplies, $3.34; J. Schellhase,
horse shoeing, $3.45; News Democrat
Publishing Co., advertising for bids,
$25.85; William Barber & Sons, chop
and bran, $11.53.
Dalton, Sept. 28. Dalton people
wero very much surprised to learn that
on Sunday morning Thomas Ctuly and
Mrs. Caroline A. Feasel wero married
at tho Presbyterian parsonage last
Wednesday evening, by Rev. J. H.
Rodgers. Mr. and-Mrs. Cully are now
spending their honeymoon traeling
through the east and will stop at
Mrs. Hannah L. Gibson died Friday
evening and was buried Sunday after
noon from the residence. Tho funeral
was private. Rev, Kerns, of Massil
lon, preached tho sermon. Mrs. Gib
son has been sick for several years.
Those present from a distance were
Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson, Mr, and
Mrs. Berne White, of Canton; Mrs.
Henry Gibson, of Salem; Mr. and Mrs,
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Peter Long and daughter, Clara, of
Wlnflelfd; Mrs. H. Hipling, of Canal
Dover, and Mrs. G. Hoverstock and
daughter, Glen, of Masslllon.
David Martin and wife have taken a
trip to Atlantic City and will stop
off at Lancaster county, Pa., on their
Henry Singer, of Elkhart, Ind., Is
visiting friends and relatives in this
neighborhood for a few weeks.
Irs. Anna Reese of New Philadel
phia, died at the home of her sister,
Mrs. John McGinnes, Saturday. Fun
eral Monday forenoon at the West
Brookfleld St. Barbara's Catholic
Curtis Rouch and wife, of Lorain,
are spending a few days with his sis
ter, Mrs. A. L. Sauvaln.
Mrs. C. P. Jones, of New Castle, Pa.;
Miss Catherine Jones, of Youngstown,
and Mrs. J. R. Williams of Masslllon,
visited with Mrs. P. Collier last Wed
nesday and Thursday.
On Monday a son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. William Reese.
John and Clarence Owens and Mr.
and Mrs. P. Collier attended the fun
eral of Mrs. E. English at Masslllon
While Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Owens
were at the barn attending to the
horse last Friday evening they heard
some people singing "My Country 'Tls
of Thee," and upon returning to the
house found that about 50 of their
friends had taken possession1 of the
same and were making themselves at
home. As Mr. and Mrs. Owens are
about to move to East Greenville, their
friends took this occasion to give
them a farewell party. Later Jn the
evening after a lap lunch had been
spread, Mr. and Mrs. Owens were pre
sented with a fine rocking chair.
Rev. W. H. Hubbell and C. R.
Snavely were in attendance of the
meeting of the Ohio Synod, at Cam
bridge, the past week.
Rev. Virgil P. Marsh, of Canton,
addressed the people of this place last
Sunday morning at the Methodist
church and in the U. P. church in
tho evening to a very large audience
in the interest of tho Anti-Saloon
league, of which he is superintendent
in this district.
Allen Teeples' spring house- was
broken into last Thursday night and
meat, butter and eggs were stolen.
S. B. Drown, V. S., of Cleveland, Is
spending a week here hunting up old
acquaintances that he knew as a boy
when he lived here.
Mrs. A. H. Arick and Mrs. J. W.
Cocklin nre visiting Mrs. Rex Jacobs
at Minerva this week.
Mrs. Peter Buchanan is visiting her
daughter Mrs. Madge Johnson, rtt Ash
land. Miss Winnie , Wecht entertained
Misses Bertha and Frances Dalhelmer,
of Canton, last week.
Miss Mae Harry, of Woostor, visited
her aunt, Mrs. M. F. McDowell, last
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a. ucuuruun. a miiniiiui nuuse miu
wagon shed were destroyed by Are
Wednesday evening. The cause of
tho fire is unknown.
T. C. Hunslcker receiver of the
Bmithvlile bank, paid a six per cent
dividend to the depositors last Tues
day at Smlthvi)lo. This winds up tho
business of the tho bank that A, J.
Alcorn ruined in his wild speculations
AND BOYS' MOTHERS,
Here's Suits Unlike Others.
The Joy of living is the true state of every man's and boy's feel
ing when he's Inside a B. Kuppenheimer guaranteed suit or overcoat.
The makers of these famous clothes combine "Know How" with
stylc-c'overness, and always manage to overtop every other sorts of
clothes,. We like' to sell these clothes to you because they mako per
manent customers and friends. Fall styles ready.
Men's guaranteed suits from $9.00 to $25.00
Men's guaranteed Cravenottes from $10.00 to. $25.00
A great help to "Don't Woiry" is a Widow Jones' or a Mrs. Jane
Hopklrta' suit for jour rough and tumble youngster in which he can
"rough it" to his heart's delight, and the suit will never know a
"rip or tear." See the points? No Mending. Como in and see them
they're on our counters ready for jour boy to slip into at prices that
are much lower than similar quality suits can bo purchased else
Norfolk Suits from $2.00 to $5.00
New style Russian fiom $2.50 to $8.00
Double Breasted, from $2.00 to $7.00
As nice and as new as jou can find in men's SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, FANCY VESTS, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR and HOSE. fei
Without a new hat your Autumn costume will be as incomplete iw,
as a mountain would be without a peak. All new styles, shapes you ,
want, from $1.00 to S3 00. iJ
Store closed until
account of Holiday. Open This S
MARKET STREET, CANTON, OHIO.
Destruction of 'Frisco,
U. S. Government dis
play, Products from
the South, City of
"Around New York,"
Theatorium, Big Ferris
Wafph tSia MRGY Kft,A BEN SHOE,
HtfSaflwBB BBS &EtjB the world s only success
ful aeronaut, will be at the Expo for six days, begin
ning September 17th. He will sail through the air
in his immense air ship, the first aeronaut to push
through the clouds of Pittsburg's smoke.
ALU THIS FOR 25 Cents
The Stark County Hoard of School Ex
amlners will hold meetings for teacher
certllicateB on tho first Saturday or cjc
month In the school ear ending- Augua
31, 1UJ7, Illjii Fcliool lists will be give
at the regular meetings. LUts for sp
clal ccrtlllcates will bo furnished w.ier
notice has neon given.
Kxamlnntlons of pupils under sectloi
4029, It. S. will ho hold on tho thin.
(Saturday of April and the second Satur
day of May
Applicants should be present not latci
than 8.15 In the morning They -ihouli
provide themselves with penholders and
pens. Tho Iloaid will furnish lnu n:n
All examinations will ho held In tho
Canton high school building
T. 1. Ti:Kl'I.K, Clerk, Masslllon.
JNO. II KOC11T, Canal 1 ultou.
J. V. CiU rilHIK, President, All! inco
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
The undersigned hns beon duly appointed
Executor of tho J.'stute of KllrabethHpeel
man, late of Stark county, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this S2nd. day oreptember, 190J.
11KN1U V. 1IIMM.EU,
at different points.
Suit Against Lumber Company.
Alblna M. Hawn is plaintiff in mi
action filed in common pleas court
yeatcrday against tho Ohio & Ten
nessee Lumber company fov a labor
claim of $700. He also sues for secur
ing option contracts on 440 acres of
timber land, for which he asks 2500.
S. Glaser, lot 8390, Wheeler street,
J. G. Berdel, 175 Claienden aenue,
John Vankirk, GOO Worley avenue,
M. F. Huest, Fulton street, frame,
John S. Mock, lot 4909 Duober ave
nue, frame, $800.
N. D. Travis, lot 4907 Ducbei ave
nue, frame, $1000.
5 p.- m. Today on
On We dnesdays,
Thursdays and Satur
days the various rail
roads entering Pitts
burg run excursions
to the Exposition with
one fare for the round
trip. Ask your ticket
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Connections made at IlufTalo with trains for
all Fastern and Canadian points, at Cleveland
for Toledo, Detroit and all points West and
Tickets rtsllsx aver L.S. ft M.S. Rjr. will bs Accepted
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Special Low Rates Cleveland to Buffalo and
Niagara Kails every baturday Night,
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