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jftliance, 0., Apnl 13. Tho trustees
It. Union college will meet in this
t" Saturday to consider tho nresentJ
atus of the endowment fund for the
fe anu'junred some time ago. An-
Carnegie, before giving ?50,000,
flats tha the collece havo its SlGO.i
Mn cash instead ot notes.
Qjifl V made considerable addl-
8i' work for tho officials in the
otfemeat, but it Js believed tho ro-i
eraents of Mr Carnegie will bo
; all right.
Held on Robbery Charge.
Stomas Earrott linn hnon linnnrl
kfroai Mayor Speidol's court upon
charge of grand larceny. Hq 13 ac-
lea of robbing G V. Gibson, of
ptshurg, of a watch and $58. Gib-
, bm w mv uc Jim uuyuu, LJUll
BJnd when he recovered foflnd nlm
in a barn. When arrested, Ear-,
Is said to have had the missing:
3fch in his possession. '
Chicken Keepers Fined.
Jayor Speldel proposes to enforce
.chicken ordinance and today
persons were fined for allowing
eir fowls to run at largo.
J Contractor J. C. Devine has placed
'tig steam shovel at work on tho
icavation for tho city's new sewer
jsaj plant rf.
2itfhgineKotte and his assist
ive moved the city engineering
department into tho new offices built
over the city hall.
Gilbert Wells, while operating a
saw, at the Buckeye Handle & Bend
ing plant Wednesday, had two Augers
of his left hand severed.
John K. Mincer, a respected resi
dent of North Benton, died Vednes
day at the age of seventy years. His
wife and two daughters survive.
Funeral services Friday at 1 o'clock
p. m. '
President W. H. McMaster, of ML
TJnion college, is in Buffalo, N. Y.,
en business. ;
(Staff Special.) !
Massillon, O., April 13. -r- "I have
teen every comet since 1835 and
Here was the same excitement before
each of them as there is now about
galley's comet," said John Fowald,
fanner, nearly eighty years of age,
who works daily on bis farm near
West Breokfield west of here,'
"Although very young, I can re
member the great sigh of relief the
people gave after the danger from
Hallcy'e comet -was considered pasL
nktMmtoattiwrir?P!LJ -. T iiei
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anepley says, was donated to the city
bya man when the machine was pur
chased. The man, he says, is not an
To Debate at Orrvllle.
, The Massillon High school debating
team, composed of Spencer Geltz, Earl
Reinoehl, Harold Smith and Charles
Moody, will go to Orrville, Friday
night, to debate with the Orrvllle
High school team. The local debaters
will leave here at 5 o'clock. A largo
delegation of rooters will accompany
Hare and Hound Chase.
Director J. H. Mueller of the High
school gymnasium has arranged a
hare and hound chase to be conduct
ed Saturday, afternoon. The chase
will start from the gymnasium at 1
o'clock. Three boys who act as
hares will bo given a long start. They
will drop paper along the way to
guide the hounds. About thirty boys
of between 13 and 16 years of age
Tho condition of August Schiller,
who Tuesday fell from his bicycle,
breaking his noso and badly cutting
his faco and hands, was reported to
day by Dr. D. S. Gardner Uis phy
sician, ..as being greatly improved.
Schiller was coasting down East
Main street when the .accident hap
pened. He is 23 years old and mar
ried MASSILLON NOTES.
Police Captain T. Gotz is on the
T,he Massillon Charity club will
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give a card social Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs, P, Murphy, 221
South street, for the benefit of tho
Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Conrad have re
turned from Florida, where they
spent the winter.
Paris, April 13. Mrs. B. J. Goen
and son John returned to their home
In Pittsburg after spending several
weeks at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Lewis Conrad.
Mr. and Mrs. George Steffen and
family were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Gorge Krleger Sunday.
The funeral services of Felix
Neidig were held in the Reformed
church Friday morning, conducted by
his pastor, Rev. King, and was largely
attended. He was seventy-eight years
of age and highly respected. H is
survived by his aged wife, who Is ill
and confined to her bed, and one
daughter, Mrs. J. Grossman.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Maurer, a son.
William Scbory of Talpahock spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mrs. T. D. Cross of Minerva spent
Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bates of Mi
nerva spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Royal Matz.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Matz spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Elizabeth Lautzenheiser went to
Schpect to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Mrs. Celesta Helm was given a
in the care of Stuart when buying home. furnishings on credit. After you have
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post card shower Friday In honor of
her birthday. She received ninety
Miss Ethel Sponseller visited her
friend Esther Booth Sunday.
Howard Conrad called on his
Mr. MorrI, a Japanese, gave a leo
tnre to a large audience in the Re
formed church Saturday evening and
also preached an able sermon Sun
day evening. He will graduate as a
minister from Heidleberg seminary in
the near future.
Miss MInta Stahl of Alliance spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Rev, Myers of Canton installed Hev.
Lodsman as minister of the Lutheran
church here Sunday morning.
There will be services in the Luth;-
oran church next Sunday evening.
Mr. and MrB. E. E. Haynam spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hay
nam. Mrs. Gotter of Louisville visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sefert Sun
day. HOMEWORTH. ,
'Homeworth, April 13. Clark
Hugus, aged 76 y$ars, was found dead
in his home Saturday afternoop.
Death was caused by heart failure.
The remains were taken to Alpance
Monday for burial. A sister ot the
deceased was taken to the Alliance
hospital Sunday, 5
B. F Roose was at Pittsburg lait
week on business.
Mrs. J. M. Thomas is seriously i
Mrs. Lodge Riddle and children o:
Lisbon were with relatives here last
supplied with BETTER '-GOODS AT-fGREAER PRICES,
vN LEAGUE. paving the walls
it Tigers at Detfuse.' -
icago Sox ?t Oe Jbeen 'closed here
J. Senators atcariet lever.
ew York Yanknd Mrs. Lutie Holwick
-. a few days ago They.
JwiAL LEA'their home in Homeworth.
fen.r'James Weaver and family of
Kaijaas are with friends here.
Msrs. B. F, Roose and daughter,
Mrf Lodge Riddle and children vis
ited friend3 In Canton Saturday.
Mrs. Ar L. Johnson has returned
from Marietta, 0., where she was vis
iting friends a few days. s
A well for oil and gas la ''being
drilled on the 'farm of Perry- Stull east
Qur aspelssors commenced work
. (taarles Myers moved to near Can
t'ocJ last week.
"She new residence of S. B. Bow
mat will soon be completed. ' " ,',
he C. & P. double track will be
completed through here this sum
JThe entertainment - at the Fox
school house in Stark county Satur
day evening was a grand success.
The "program will be rendered In
Homeworth in two weeks. The drama
Is a good one and it will be quite a
treat for our people.
Farmers are. nearly all through
sowing oats and are plowing for corn,
Mrs., Daniel Stouffer relumed home
from Ashland last week.
James Benner died Monday morn
ing after an illness of one month from
paralysis. He was nearly 76 years of
age and was born and raised near
Homeworth. The greater part ot bis'
life was spent on his farm In We'st
township, near New Chambersburg.
He was a soldier In the Civil war
and was a member of Company D,
115th regiment 0. V. I. The deceased
'is survived by his wife. Mrs. A. J.
Cameron of Homeworth is a sister.
One sister resides in California and
one- in Michigan. He was a faithful
member and. deacon of the Brethren
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church and was a true Christian up
right man in all his dealings, and
was highly esteemed' by all who
knew him. The funeral, in charge of
Undertaker D. Stahl, was held in
Moultrie chapel Wednesday morning,
conducted by Rev. Harold of Colum
biana. Burial In Moultrie cemetery.
Carrollton, April 13. Will Long, of
Detroit, Mich., visited here this week
with hl3 brother, R. E, Long, and as
sisted his mother, Mrs. Agnes Long,
in moving from her farm In London
township to her new home on North
Lisbon street, which she purchased
from Peter Crumrino.
The local pottery has made over
2q,000 shipments the first three
months ot this year, an Increase of
over 7,000 during the same period
Miss Stella Lafferty, who has been
a member of tho office force at the
pottery for some time, has returned
to her home at Wheeling.
Edward S. Ferrall of Annapolis vis
ited relatives here this week. Mr.
Ferrall Is a pitcher for the Appleton,
Wis., team in the Illinois-Wisconsin
league and held third place among
the league's pitchers last year.
C A. Tope has sold his fancy black
coach horse to Steubenvllle parties.
E. L. Austin, the oil man, is near
Moborly, Mo., looking after a large
oil lease at that place. Mr. Austin is
pumping three wells on Ills lease
south of town and will drill three
more in the jnear future.
Ray Vasbinder Is working in the
W. G. Ashbrook barber shop.
John Storrle and Bertha Bontrager
of Sherodsvllle, Robert Johnstone and
Bernlce B. Collins of Llndentree have
been granted marriage licenses.
The estate of tho late Richard
Newell of Carrollton has bean ap
praised at $9,139.10. The Carrollton
property at ?3,500; 146 acres In Mon
roe township at $3,650 r 40 acres at
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ratio position on so many ques-T
$500.' The chattels, at ?2,486r notes1'
at $l,184.50and money at $56.
Lydla Atherton, as executrix .has
sold the teal estate of the late Har-
.yery Atherton pf Carrollton, at pri
vate, aaie 10 ur. w. i. Ainenon oi
Cleveland for ?2,650.
Ray Swann entertained a number
of young baseball fans on Tuesday
evening in honor of his cousin, Ed
ward Ferrall, the pitcher.
The Excelsipr. club tcrei Tuesday
evening at the homo of Mrs. Eliza
John Haugh of near Dell Roy Is
working In the Tope & Beamer hard
Port C. Baxter has purchased the
Moses Irwin farm of 80 acres in Un
ion township, 'paying $1,700.
There was an increase of $3,600 in
the business at the local W. & L. E.
office for March, 1910, over the same
month of last year.
Miss Grace Blazer had two .fingers
badly Injured In the mangling ma
chine at the laundry plant of: the
county Infirmary, where she Is em
ployed. Mrs. George J. Butler spent the
past week at Akron with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George
Crumrlne, and her father. Major
David Skeels, who is visiting there.
Mr. Skeels, celebrated" his ninetieth
birthday on, Wednesdays He Is one of l
the be3t preserved men of his age in
the state. He, retains atf his -faculties,
enjoys reading, and walking and feels
that he "will reach the century mark.
Sam Beadle-, the barber, is having
a six-room residence with bath,
erected on North High street. George
Harding has the contract.
Mrs. Frank Ebersole entertained
the Euchre club on Tuosday evening.
Tod O. Smith of .near town has
gone to Durham, New Hampshire,
where he has accepted a position in
the state chemist's office, which pays
an annual salary of $1,000. He is a
recent graduate from college at Val
bought your goods here you'll sayr
and where you- will- be accommo-;
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