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THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1910.
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taz6, O., April 6. Edward Kim-
whoso name a license exists
i saloon on East Broadway, was
pi trfal in Mayor Spcidel's court
gday afternoon on a charge of
liquor last Sunday. The do-
;:was represented ty Attorney
5$oore and the state by City
J. J. Brown. After hoar-
al witnesses the case whs
for want of jurisdiction,
cations being: that if any of-
d been committed that it
co in Mahoning county, just
Offcnbcrger, who is said to
swner of the saloon, pleaded
a ctarge or seams liquor
ay and was fined $25 and
lis case wa3 beard several
inters to Organize.
Hon was made Wednesday
ter for a local union ' of
and paperhangers. The
organizing was done by W.
!It lb expected that the un-
iyc a large membership.
tain Wetzel Honored.
TJ. S. "Wetzel, who com-
apany K, Eighth Infantry,
of this city, has been select-
Be. of the officers from Ohio
the- officers school to bo
20-25 at Fort Ben Harrison.
company n bo inspected
evening, April 14, by a reg-
services for Ghrls. Relder,
killed by a Pennsylvania
3oit Tuesday, will bo held
kt 10:30 a. m. in the Ger-
aed church in Alliance.
inumber of Alliance music
It to Canton Wednesday
hear Madame Sembrich.
&l meeting of the Presby-
d-egation -was held Wed-
ilng at the church.
H. C. Koehler will address
Business Men's assocla-
iday evening, bis subject
laid a City Havo a Policy?"
: received Wednesday from
D. C. that the Alliance
brould be moved from
location to the new Odd
ling May 1. The govern-
secured a lease for five
iy commissioners "wefe
on Wednesday inspect-
ber of proposed improve-
13 culverts, one en Haines
,:noron. Mahoney street
redJHK.. They turned
Ere sewage recep-
- .'- ,. PARIS.
Paris; 'April 6. Mrs. Lewis Conrad
was reminded of her eighty-first birth
day -Wednesday by a post card
shower. She received 160 cards.
Charles Sponseller lost a valuable
horse last week.
Mtss.' Hazel Oyer of Alliance spent
Sunddy with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs.; jphn. Oyer.
Mis, Ethe Booth returned to Can
ton after spending a week, at the
home. of. her mother, Mrs. Addie
Fred Maurer Is working at the car
penter trade In Canton.
Mr., and Mrs. William McLain of-
Bergholz spent Sunday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shearer and
son Gale, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shearer
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Matz we're
guests at the ,homo of Mrs. Lewis
Conrad on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Maurer have
moved from Bergholz to their prop-,
orty south of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Foltz and
daughter Paulino and Mrs. J. Lentz
and daughter Delia visited with Mr.
and Mrs. William Motts Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lautzenheiser re
turned home after visiting several
days with her daughter, Mrs. Hewitt,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry , Harsh of
Myers Ispent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. 'William Harsh.
James Crowl of Minerva was a
caller in this vicinity Tuesday. .
About twenty friends of Homer
Zhwallen gave him a pleasant sur
prise Sunday; reminding him of his
Rev. Lousman, the newly called
minister 'of the Lutheran church, will
Inove his family in the Alpheus
Unkefer property this week and will
preach his first sermon Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Motts and
family spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Maurer and Conrad"
Lautzenheiser land daughter Lizzie
visited with Mr, and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sheatsley visited
friends at, Robertsville Sunday.
John Plotner of Canton is working"
for William Motts, Mrs. Rufus Helm
and daughter Clarice are spending
several days at the nome of James
Mr. MorrI, a native Japanese, will
give a lecture in the Reformed
church Saturday evening.
There will be communion services
In the Reformed church Sunday
morning, April 17.
Mrs. Callie Z'ninger of Canton
spent several days, with Mr. and "Mrs.
jvellx Neidig. Mrs. Neidig is slightly
Greentown, April C. Miss Maud
Aker spent Sunday Avith Mabel and
Mrs. Neal Diffenderfer and daugh
ter Cora spent Sunday with r Dave
Diffenderfer and family at Union,
Mrs. Dan Houseley visited Mrs.
Will Boston Sunday.
E.. C. Byerle of Akron called on
relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Will Baugh and Mrs. Sam
Aker visited, with Carrie Myers in
George Moore made a business trip
to Canton Friday.
"Mrs. Alton Pontius -visited with rel
atives near Cairo Sunday.
Miss Lula Coplin of. Akron visited
Instent Relief, Permanent Oure
Trial Package Mailed Free
tc All in Plain Wrapper.
over Sunday with Mrs. Lewis Smith
Mrs. Carrie Shoemake spent Sat
urday with her parents, Mr. and MrsJ
T.miic TJoVa m. 1
Charles Diffenderfer of SuffleldJaJcePUabaeerd
visited over Sunday with his brotherJ without further treatment. "When u
Nf.nl and family I provfes As value to you. order more fro ,
JNeai ana. ramnj. Ikour diusgist at B0 cents a box. Simply
C. Cassler and wifo of Canton visltf-jfnt out free coupon below and mall to
ed with his parents Mr. and Mrsf gay . jour J&J&F&
Reuben Cassler, Sunday. s "'
TVffao Tv-v Wltmor nf A lrrnn Knp.ni !
Sunday with friends here.
Miss Anna. Johnson of Inland callei
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on airs, levi -wise aiouuajf. i
Marine Casper is visiting he
grandmother, airs. William Miller.
Mrs. McCarty Tisited her daughterr
Mrs. Clove Fishel, Tuesday.
Levi Wise made a business trip ti
Hartvllle Tuesday. j
Charles Houseley has moved en
John Miller's farm near Cairo.
We have learned how to telegraph.
without ' wires and fly without gas
bags, but the antidote for a common
ordinary cold still mocks the foiled
searchings of the human race.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. 254 '
Pyramid Bide-. Marshall, Mich. Klnd--ij?
send me a sample of Pyramid Plla
Cure, at onco by mall FREE, in plala
ISlews Want Ads. Pay
Exclusive Sprleg Patterns
k Rpliahlfl Rpmprfif
Ely's Grsam BaL
That is. what the Glasgow offers its patrons to se
lect from this spring. Every single pattern is ex
clusive to the Glasgow arid cannot be duplicated
by any other tailor in town. (
We want you to acquaint yoursefrfwith the ad
vantages of Custom Made Clothfes, to learn how
much better they fit, look andUwear than the
ready-made kind. I ;
St will cost you no more providing you ctmme to the Glasgow.
SUITS and OVERCIOATS
Made to order at our Famous prices
. " P. O. Shows Gains.
Postmaster Morgan filed bis report
Wednesday fqr the fiscal year ending
March 3L The total receipts exclu
sive of money orders' was $49,007,22,
which, was,an increase over'the for
mer year "of 5 13-100 per cent.
The money order receipts amounted
to 5521.127; $142 in foreign money or
trs was paid out and $2,966 was sent
. t in foreign money orders.
Slassillon, O., April 6. Miss Sarah
G. Wheeler, daughter of Mrs. Eliza
beth Wheeler of Wellman street, and
Gecrge E. Herring, passenger agent
for the Louisville & Nashville rail--road,
with headquarters at Atlanta,
Ga, were married this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at the home of the
bride's mother, by the Rev. J. It.
Jacob. After a wedding trip Mr. and
"Mrs. Herring will make their homo
Wises Home from South.
After a three-months' trip through
ilodda, Cuba and the souih, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Wise have returned to their
loins here. Hr. Wise says it was the
most delightful vacation he ever -had,
but is mighty glad to get back to
Mrs. Austin Lynch of Canton and
Mrs. W. K. Lu Warwick of;Pittsburg
wer6 guests today at the meeting of
the Fortnightly Bridge club at ths
home of Mrs. John E. McLain on
Paul Fordie and John Tuire, Hun:
garlans- from East Walnut street,
Vere this morning ned the costs by
Justice of the Peace J. A. Graham
after they had pleaded guilty to fight
log. Howard Yost was a business visr
ltor in Cleveland today.
Mrs. M. E. Warwick has returned
It cleanses, soqthei, 'iSja
heals and protects iSmiikiuaM
the diseased mem- if
brane resulting fromCatarrh and dri'vea
BwayaCold in the Head quickly. Kcstot.3
tte Senses of Tasta and Smell. Full size J
50 cts. at Druggists or by mad. Liquid
Cream, Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts.
Ely Brothers. 56 "Warren Street, New Yotk.
CANTON STORE, 214 NORTH MARKET (STREET.
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That just as soon as you are ready to build or remodel, or
repair you can get the lumber you want, delivered, promptly by I
The Canton Lumber Company.'
This company carries a large stock of every kind and ever'
grade of'fumber used in building and this lumber is protected
from t)ic weather by beinsr, housed under roof.
'. A v L-iln is nnpratpri iri rnnnprtion with the lumber vard. en
suring perfectly dry lumber for fine interior work. Also, every- "?
Louisville, April 6. Misses. Sattilda
and Minnie Home have returned from
a visit in O .i'le.
The Juni.t endeavor society of the
Reformed church, are having a social
this evening. Lunch will be served,
program will be given and iames will
po played. V
Joseph Schlonagor Is siclc
Miss Ada Slusser of Dayton Is vis
iting relatives Tim-ft. .. S.
Miss An Wt snent Tuesday
Rev. G. F. Chenot will preach at
tne Reformed church aV Osnaburg
aext Sunday morning. .. '. .
Uord Dn Vaii-r has been, drawn as
Que of iha OTanri llmrs and Henry
;Kilder for the nelit jury la Ihe next
.term. of court
I The Daughters of Ruth X1 tno w
u.-K3a church met witn me m.-
S5 thing in the way of special work is done in the company's own
'We operate our own planing mill and dry kiln. -j
Agents for the well known Neponset Product, Paroid Roofing
--Red Rope Building Paper and waterproofing Felt.
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L. O. L. P;
Both Phones 639
601-613 Eas! Norifs St.
A: WMPi J fill
ttVK-V KS. ivfii iwr- SIK i ' ; . "
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is being given.
We feel that our
stock is too large
a;n.d? to reduce
it, Will give you
display of gar.
merits is very
all the good styles
Make selections here
David Zollars & Son
MRS. PETERS, of CANTON, SA YS:
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MRS. MARY L PETERS.
About eight years ago I com
menced to suffer -with asthma
and had great .difficulty in
breathing. Was so short of
breath I could hardly breaj
and many timesliadio
out of-doors weefcmv Skth.
This condition Icept gettrng"
worse all the time. Doctor
of Canton, Doctor r , of
Massillon, and Doctor of
Barberton, all told rae they
could not help me. I read in
the paper about Doctor Mc
Laughlin and decided td try
his treatment. At first I did
not seem to get much, better,
but I kept on and nov. I am
entirely free from' my old trou
ble. I can breathe as well as I
ever could, do not "have any
smotherings spells," nor short
ness of. breath, and am feeling
better in every way. Doctor
McLaughlin has used me fine
in every way and I- can recom
mend him to any one suffering
as I was.
MRS. MARY -L. PETERS.
lave Ydti Symptoms of Catarrh or Lung Trouble?
Read the Symptoms With Care and See if You Any of Them?
Paves the way for Consumption,
Stomach, Liver, Lung, Nose, Ear,
Kidney, Bladder and Nervous
Is your breath foul?'
Is your voice husky? ,
Do you spit up slime?
Do you ache all over?
Do you blow out scabs?
Is your nose stopped up?
Does your nose discharge?
Does the nose bleed easily?
Do crusts form in the nose?
Do you sneeze a great deal?
Is there a "tickling in the throat?
Is there pain in front of head?
Do you hawk or clear the
Is there a dropping in the throat?
Is the throat dry in the morning?
Aro you losing your sense of
Do" you sleep with your mouth
Does the nose stop up toward
Catarrh Cured Without Cutting.
Bronchitis, Sore Lungs,
When Catarrh of the Head and
Throat is' left unchecked it ex
tends down the wlpdpipe into the
bronchial tubes -and in time at
tacks the. lungs.
Are Vou losing flesh?
Do you, cough at night?
Have you, a 'pain In the side?
Do you take cold easily?
Aro you low. spirited at times?
. Do you. raise frothy material?
Do you spit up yellow matter?
Do you cough on going to b6d? '
Do you cough in the morning?
Is your cough short or hacking?
Do you spit up little cheesy
Have' you' a disgust for fatty
foods?.' v . .
Is there .a tickling behind the
Have you'a pain In the side?
Do you feel you are growing
Do you have to sit up at night to
Catarrh of the Stomach wrecks the
entire system and is caused by
swallowing poisonous mUcous
V, which drops from the head and
Is there nausea?
Is there vomiting?
Do you belch up gas?
Are you light-headed?
Is your tongue coated?
Are you constipated? - .
Have you water brash? . .
Do you hawk and. spit?.
Is thero pain after eating?
Do you have siclc headache?
Do you bloat up after eating?
Do you at times have diarrhoea?
Is there a rush q- blood to the
Is there a constant "had taste in
When you get up suddenly are
i Do you feel as if you had lea
in your stomach? .
If any member of your family is so unfortunate to be suffering from an ailment, regardless of its
nature, you are invited to consult Dr. McLaughlinand receive a painstaking and detailed examination of
your case, and his advice, without cost to you. If you are now being treated by another physician and yotr
are improving, you should continue the treatment you are now' taking, but if you ar.e not getting" well or re
ceiving the treatment you should have, you should consult Dr. McLaughlin at once.
Dr. McLaughlin cures all curable diseases of the eyes, ears, nose, throat, lungs, stomach, liver kidneys,
heart, nerves, brain, blood and skin, catarrh of any part cf the body, bronchitis, constipation, piles, chronic
and severe rheumatism .scrofula, ulcers, eczema, pimples, epileptic fits, exhaustion and neuralgia, sciatica,
lumbago, headache, dizziness, brafn and spinal irritation, or weakness. Cancer cured without the use of
CoiBselSatioB Free and Strictly' CoiaSidenSIal
Of, C Ho ftflcl.augtiiin:'
116 Soutli JVIapkeS Street, Canton, Oliio
HOURS 9 to 11 mornings; 2 to 4 afternoons, daily; Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings;
Sundays 9 to 11 a. m. only.
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