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miDAV, FKDIUJATIY .16, 1907.
THE CANTON MORNIN NCWI, CANTON. OHIO.
IN THE COURTS
I Shdes J
THE SCHOOL BOY
Can strave any kind of
weather if lie wears a pair of
our solid, invinoible, stylish
$2. School Shoes
Save colds, pneumonia and
They're tough as a knot.
309 E. Tuscarawas St.
Invites your account
and offers you every
facility, privilege and
with successful mod
The highest current
rate of Interest Paid
on Savings Accounts
and on Certificates
il'3" North Mnrkct Street
, CANTON, OHIO.
We Keep More
We keep more lumber of
every kind than is kept
by any dealer in
All Under Cover
Pianos and Furniture
Handled With Care.
731 Union Street.
Stark A-22, Bell Canton 180
General Hauling: and Moving
lilnterated and should know
doui me wonutriua
MARVEL Whirling Sprcy
eat Mott ConTenlcnt.
111 jcir niIit for It.
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other, but tend (tamp for
Illustrated book tnltd. It sires
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TaiuablelolaiMea. MAItVKI. CO.,
Minerva, Feb. 13, The Becond meet
ing during thlB campaign by the tern
peiance people was held In the opera
house this evening at 7:30, The meet
ing was opened by prayer; one verse
of "Stand up For Jesus," followed by
a prayer by Rev. T. L. Fowler. Rev.
J. H, Hedges, chairman of the tem
perance committee, then intioduced
the speaker of the evening, Rev.
Moore, of Columbus, a state anti-saloon
worker. The house -was crowded
again tonight, and much Interest .is
manifested from night to night. Rev.
Williamson, of Cleveland, will address
Ike meeting tomorrow nifiht-
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NEJXT WEEK'S ASSIGNMENTS.
No cnties being In readiness yester
day no court was held In Judge Am
bler's room. .Following aie the as
signments for next week:
Monday, February 18 Motions;
I.utz vs. Louisville B. & T. Co.; Dry
vs. Pagan; Summers vs. Stark E. Ry.
Co.; Young vs. Pcnna. Co.
Tuesday Reynolds vs. McDowell;
Derger vs Plero et al.; Henderson's
Adm. vs. Canton L. H & P. Co.; Es
sig vs. Diamond P. Cement Co.; Rae
del vs. McUurdy.
Wednesday Sautters vs. Shontz;
Hoffman vs. Hoffman; Phillips vs.
Gulttard; Smith vs. Thompton; Mil
ler vs. Waynesburg Co-operative Coal
TlinrHdnv Niacara RaK Co. vs.
Canton Junk Co.; Ballzet vs. Brum
baugh; Burton' vs. Eller et al ; Gaug
harn vs, Amer. Clay & Fire Co.;
Metzgar vs. Schumacher.
Friday Graybill vs. Skeeles; U. S.
Tel. Co. vs. Willis; Roof vs. Klein
& Heffelman Co ; Preltzer vs. Burns
Cont.; Worledge vs. Wartman,
PERMITS TO WEB.
Emeiy C. Sheatzley and Ella P.
Joseph Stutz and Vernon Grosart,
Dwlght Dllos Aller and Mary E.
Edward C. Geary and Tirence I.
IN PROBATE COURTS
In the matter of the guardianship
of Charles Ite, petition to sell real
In the estate of Peter Hobstetter,
Canton township, Daniel E. Hobstet
ter appointed administrator
In the assignment of H. E. Levers,
distributive account filed.
Navarre, Feb. 13 The wedding of
Miss Emma Wagoner to Frank Stiner,
of Oklahoma, occurred at St. Clem
ent's church at G o'clock. Tuesday
morning. Miss Ida Wagoner, a sis
ter of the bride, was bridesmaid, and
William Wagoner, a brother of the
bride, was groomsman.
Miss Mabel AgneES, of Strasburg,
is islting at the home of her uncle,
Miss Heiminie Brlmcamp,, Of Goat
Hill, is visiting friends In Navarre.
Rev. Capple, of St Clements, in
tends giving a lecture every Sunday
night during Lent.
Frank Smith, of Canton, was visit
ing friends in town several days this
William Stevenson was in Cleve
land the fiist of theAveek.
Walter Hug, of Akron, spent tho
first of the week with his parents', Mr
and Mrfa. Julius Hug.
Foyd Miller, the three-year-od son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Is seil
ously ill "with pneumonia.
Miss Alma Burkhalter and Miss Nel
lie Fibher weie businesb visitors in
Massillon Tuesday. ,
Rev. Poulton Is suffering from giip.
Augustus Crossland and Miss Sue
CrosEland have returned from Urlch
vllle, where they have been visiting
for several months.
Miss Margaret Shirtz, of Massillon,
was in Navai re on business Tuesday.'
Mrs. Laura Dunlap was a visitor in
Miss Mary Mummertz, of Akron, is
visiting her parents heie.
Frank iShibler has sold nis liery
stable on Main street to J. C. Miller.
Rev. Capple was in Massillon Tues
day. M. C. Sammons and T. D. Thomas,
of Massillon, were in town Tuesday.
Miss Lesha Coul, of SandyvIlleT
spent the first of the week with her
sister, Mrs. Sam Clayton, of Cleveland.
The chicken supper held for the ben
efit of the St. Clemen, church Tues
day night, was well attended.
Miss Stella Sisterhen has secured a
position .as stenographer for Attorney
Davis, of Massillon.
Clay Fisher was in Massillon
business the fiist of tho week.
Jim Hay is suffering from grip
Alexander Uhl was in Canton Tues
day. Frederick Tegan was in Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sonhalter, of
Massillon, were nmong the many that
attended the chicken supper at St.
Clements church Tuesday evening.
Cairo, Feb. 13. Adam Flory made
a business trip to HartvlSle, Friday
Mr. and Mrs. J-A. Delfoose visit
ed -with friends Sunday at Gieen
town. Miss Hetty Werstler Visited with
her parents, Mr. and Mia. Reuben
Aaron Fullmer, of Edgefield visit
ed his brother, Frank and family,
David Shoemaker and Adam Flory
attended the. funeral of Edward
Weaver at Hartville Sunday morning.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stam
baugh, a son.
Mrs. Albert Allison spent Saturday
"Mrs. Henry Snyder and daughter
Cora, visited in the country Tuesday.
Born, to Mr. andTVIrs. lia Werstler,
Oliver Grubb moved Into the prop
erty he recently pui chased' ot Filza
beth Smith, deceased- '
or Exaggeration .
Tf'c: niir rpornlflr cfnntr TvTn nlrl rrnnrlo rr
in this sale, which cositm&ses two w&eks
, TT- 1 S 1'i
x extremes nign uuanty
T . :n .. 3 : . 1
. iuu cue ami uiuicuicu 111 vuur uurciiascb
we sell them at remarkable reductions. No misrepresentation. We do oj
as we advertise. Read
Ladies59 Misses9 and Children's SItoes
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9nvrp. neonle sav that cheaoness in shoes is
when quality is sacrificed to make a price
TRUE of the HIGH GRADE FOOTWEAR sold
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ana l,ow rnce.
Shoe is Guar
over these prices. Unequalled in quality and
All Styles and
Stetson $5 and $6 values (J0 7C
Crawford S3.50 and $4 fi?Q 7K
values at ijj fc. I W
AIIS3-00 values 0JO 9R
AIIS2-SO values S2 DO
A,,a?2:.00va,.u.es. SL 60
A,,af?:.25va'es. $I. 00
All Styles and
Wemon's John Kell Shoes. &Qfln
$4.00 value at . . . .. H .JD JU
All S3.50 values 2 7
Women's Gibson Girl ShoeF, q) OR
?3.00 valueat $) jj
A"als?:...V!!.?. SI, 60
All S1.50 values Cfj I 0(1
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132 SOUTH MARKET ST.
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This sale combines two i
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ai tuib siuic even liiuukii &
S1 .00 values OfC
75c values RRC
50c values A(C
da.ncrprn.is. Thk i frn Wmi
low; BUT ITi IS NEVER ' '
at this store.