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JIURSDAY. APRIL 14,
OND HAND BARGAINS.
SAL&.Tr4 V taiM.. otitftmA.
boos Tuani;A' jr.v .s?";
P or excha, -;;. !.. vi.?
7..TT ' ' Rfark Ph6ne A,53
Trai Sit'K cble- ln so0 condition.
JSJ",- to,, ,t kerning
5w .D Sh- SOW P "
vox NewS. AsUre8 Bo U care Morn-
tnWMi5 Vr-nff ava-passenger a.
KoobUc Address box 6, care Morning
n fVEV wagons lor light de
Tn?i ?& "J-M; good condlUon and
SiLTf1 10..7ear- Owner ha no use at
5KJ.t; -"SP Bu t each. Call both
Phony log. tf
-.S isALiS--Spring wagon, with
Tlmlam rollcc bearing axles, new
wheels, firs class shape, at a bargain.
Also have largtf hot-air furnace. Tehlch
will be cold at a low price. Call on
T. B. a Voges, at Roller office. Can
toa, O. tf
vvh SALE Two ioda fountains
umplate: cheap If sold soon. H.
flntrout Confestionery, 824 a Cherry.
FOR &JUR OnA v.11. -1o Fjtri Rrp.le-
ef.,1Synt great volume of tone, one very
Aid FrllL Allff rlaK vnnlrA rmft -TOBPrfk
Pelger All in first class condition. In
quire at 1630 East 5th street or call Stark
FOR SALE Rnhhpr tired Kurrev ln
first class condition. Enquire of P. E
Russell at Canton Cold Storacc Co
3 K Piedmont St.
-FDR SALE One Bruno Mandolin! one
Tpmollna Mandolin, Cat back, one
'WalUs, concert size Inquire 1630 B 8th
lotorcaii BMlTK mono A-16K.
FOR SALE On blei-ele. rood as new.
Iwlih All medera equipments and
naranlee. "Perron deslrine a chean
rheel need not reply. Can sea wheel at
v. sin street.
FOB SALE A K50 upright piano; good
is new? fine mahacanv case, for $133
'and everything like that" at iovctt's
ijoewg out eaie, st w. em.
FOR SALE A ilne piano. Iron bed
m -sxlw Mnttaail itawlnc wi n r1i 1 n
fc4v"s wrltinsr desk, hall rack, rockers.
ifihonoeranh and records etc These ar-
! tides for sale very cheap. 223 Duobor
I RDFfltl EflB UrtUPRS.
f Wo sell gas mantles, inverted lights,
and bead trimmed shades at reduced
prices, every Saturday at 3rd St. en
trance to Market House, or call at
1011 S. Cherry Stark 'jibon A1635.
Tho Rcgberg tight Co.
MAKE YOUR OWN SHOW CARDS
Tor $1 (special offer), we will send you
book .conlalBlnc full course, teaching
you how to make showcards and price
tickets. Commercial School of Lettering-.
Lockport, N. Y.
KUJBHKK STAMPS Steel diet 6ra
.stencils, seals, ,eJck protectors. Ink
pada4 tek, xtriAer type, door num
bers, slf-iiifcisg sUssps. Fred Talbot,
"U0 East Tmiiraws street.
FOR SALE hM brand new copy of
the latoit ni!t ion of Webster's Interna
tional Dictionary; leather bound. May
oe seen ai tne ivews oince. u
LOANS of fL ana ud on diamonds.
watches aa ewlry. K.00 to J100.00 on
household foots, rlanoa and fixtures.
Rate very lew. - Terms to suit. Call at
309 W. Timks.. Sell 'Phone CM, stark
.FOR'SAlS CBAP-A11 TdndB of mlr
rors, Iron "b, traveling bags and eult
es; -not Bt gasoiino stoves and
very vartety fsraltur. Slough's Sec-
Shand Slott, 3BB south waJnut St.,
SAI.D-6 Ast fizia foot
il fancy kitchen gas range.
for H2.T5; 1 hot njate, 1
umd overcoat, Jiew, SO
IS unredeened ladles'
Iches. ?5,K) ip; 3 small
fa a weeiuiBnents; a
FOR RENT Offlco rooms in Irwin
Block, comer of. Seventh and Cleveland
avenue. Good business location..' Heat
furnished. Call ,elclier phono 552, vpr of-
nce or Taylor & Stewart, ug c. Tusc
FOR RENT A s.ulto of" four rooms;
with eteam heat, natural gas for light
and cooking; gas range furnished; pos
session at once. 430 N. Court, opposite
Market house, Horrell building.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, good
location. Inquire at 213 East Tuscarawas
FOR RENT East half of double homo
on Franklin St. 6 rooms, bath, furnace,
gas.-3 block from Cleveland Ave. In-
Suire at Z30 N. Walnut, Stark Phone.
FOR RENT Modem four and five
room apartments. East Lake street near
Sprint. Stark 'Phor C-SU. tf
Tho corner room in the Courtland
building, now occupied by tho Trump
Abstract Company. Excellent location
for banking or any pther kind of busi
ness. For further information in
quire at Room 6i)l Courtland Building,
FOR RENT Saloon and restaurant
doing an exceptionally good business;
located at 1024 K. Tuscarawas St., S. W.
corner of Tusc" and Penn. R. R. Apply
at 1C20 East Tuscarawas. Phone, Stark
FOR RENT One suite of six rooms In'i
new apartment, corner Market and Wil
liam, heat furnished, only $20 a month.
Office Stark 53, residence A-5337. J. I.
THE HAT HOSPITAL CO.. 217 East
Tuscarawas street, expert hatter re
models and raake over all kinds of hats;
clean, block and dye and repair to per
fection. Special attention given to
Panama bleach. We use no aclas-or sul
phur. Guarantee Satisfaction.
SUITS CLEANED repaired and pressed
at reasonable prices, best work guaran
teed. Also suits made to order at low
prices. I respectfully solicit a Share of
your patronage. C J. Tldd, Tailor,
northwest comer Fifth and Walnut
Btreets. Stark Phone C-9S8.
ON THE SQUARE.
THE SMITH TRUMP AB
Corner TUSCARAWAS and COURT St,,
Now better equipped than ever before
to do good work, and no pains spared to
make every abstract turned out thor
oughly reliable and. trustworthy,
BRICK " BRICK
ALL KINDS Aim COLORS
THE CANTON PRESSED
a W. FIFTH ST. Both 'Phones.
ALWAYS A STANDARD
. vy. J. fiero;
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR
GRADING. BUILDING AND
- BROOKFIELD ROADI
Canton. Ohio, April 1 1910.
Sealed proposals will be received at tho
office of the Commissioners of Stark
County, Ohio, until 10 o'clock, A. M.
May 2. 1910 for draining grading and pav
ing with brick 1.53 mile of road in Tus
carawas Township, said County, under
the provisions of the laws of Ohio.
Specifications, plans and profiles on
file in tho office of Che County Commis
sioners at Canton, Ohio.
Copies of specifications may be ob
tained at the said office.
Estimated cost of construction, $31,357.3'.
Certified check, 1300.00.
The County Commissioners reserve tno
right to reject any and all bids, or pans
of hlds. n
Blank proposals will be furnlshea.
J. H. McConneli.
Auditor Stark Countyv Ohio,
April 7. 14. 21, 38. .
An ordinance to proceed with the im
provement of East Fourth Stroet ana
the Georgetown Read from the first al
ley cast of Schwalm Street to Belden
Avenue, by grading to the establishes
grade, setting curbing, constructing saw
ed stone sidewalks and vitrified block
Be It ordained by the Council of the
City of Canton, State of Ohio, three
fourths of all members elected thereto
Section l. That It is hereby determined
to proceed with tho Improvement of East
Fourth Street and the Georgetown Roaa
from tho first alley east qt Schwalm
Street to Belden Avenue, by grading o
the established grade, setting curoing.
constructing sawed stone sidewalks and
vitrified block crosswalks, in accordance
with a resolution passed on the 17th day
of January, 1910, and In accordance wltn
the plans, specifications, estimates ann
profiles heretofore approved, and now on
file In the office of tho Department ot
Public Service (Engineer's Division.) ,
Sec. 3. All claims for damages result
ing therefrom shall be Judicially Inquir
ed into before commencing the proposed
Improvement and tho Sollcltorbo and Is
hereby authorized and directed to Instl
tute proceedings In a court of competent
Judlsdlctlon to inquire into such claims,
Sec Z. That tho whole cost or said Im-.
provement, less one-fiftieth thereof, anc
the cost of Intersectlonsi shall bo as
sessed In proportion to tho benefits which
may result from tho Improvement upon
tho following described lots and land,
towlt: All lots and lands bounding ana
abutting upon the proposed improvement
between the termini of the proposed Im
provement, which said lots and lanfls
are "hereby determined to be specially
benefited by said Improvement. The cosi
of said Improvement shall Indudo the
expense of preliminary and other sur
veys, and of printing and publishing tho
notices, resolutions and ordinances re
quired, the cost of construction, the
damages awarded any owner of adjoin
ing lands and Interest on bonds Issued 3n
anticipation of the collection of deferred
assessments and all pther necessary ex
penditures. Assessments eo to bo levica
shall be paid In five1 annual Installments
with Interest on deferred payments at
tho rate of four and one-half per cent
provided that the owner of any property
assessed may, at his option', pay5 sucn
assessment In cash within thirty days
after tho passage of the preliminary a
sesslng ordinance, In which case said
cash assessments shall not include any
Item of Interest on bonds to bo Jssued In
anticipation of the collection of defer
red Installments of assessments. Bonds
of tho City of Canton shall be issued In
anticipation of the collection of assess
ments by Installments.
Sec, 4. That the Director of Publlo
Service bo and Is hereby authorized anc
directed to mako and execute, a contract
for said Improvement with tho lowest
and best bidder after advertlHement ac
cording to law.
Sec 6. This ordlnanco shall lake effect
and bo ln force from and ajter the ear
liest period allowed by lawj
Passed April 4. 1910.
JOHN F. BUCHMAN..
President of the-' Council.
B. F. FAUST, Clerk of the Council.
Approved April 5. 1910; By
A. R. TURNBULL, Mayor.
Published ln the Canton Morning Newr
April 7 and 14. 1910.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Assignment of James G. Hllllbfeh.
The undersigned has beep" d,uly ap-"
pointed and quallfed as Assignee in (rust.
tor me oeneni -or tne creditors oi James
1 TTHHVU. . c,l. . . .,... '.n, ' AVI
Assessing Ordinance No. 32.
An ordinance to assess a special tax
on real estate bounding and abutting on
Sherrlck Avenue from Cherry Street to
Gender Avenue, and upon the taxable
real and personal property of the City
of Canton, Ohio, and to Issue bonds in.
anticipation of tho collection of such as
sessment. 3e It ordained by tho council of tho
City of Canton, State of Ohio,
Section 1. That to pay the portion of
the cost and exnense. heretofore deter
mined to be specially; assessed for tho!
unyiuvcmeni oi onernuK jivuauu iiuui
Cherry Street to Gonder Avenue, by
grading to the established grade, setting
curbing, constructing sawed stone side
walks and vitrified block crosswalks and
providing tho necessary drainage, as re
ported to the Council on the 21st day of
February, 1910, by Wllllson F, Gauchat,
Joseph Qutnn and Joseph KnufTman, an
estimating board heretofore appointed by
tne uouucu or tno uuy or uamon, unio,
and recorded ln Vol. 15, pago 400 Of the
tho Council of the City of Canton, Ch'.o,
that tbero be levied and assessed upon
the lots and lands described ln said re
port, the several amounts therein set
forth, which It is hereby determined and
declared by this body are ln proportion
to the benefits acrculng to the property
Sec. 2. That the total assessment
against each lot shall bo payable ln cash
within thirty days of the date of the
final passage of tihlsjsriinance. or ln five
annual Installments with interest at the
rate. oX four and one-half per cent per an
num Upon deferred payments, at the.
option of the owner. All cash payments
shall be made to the City Treasurer and
in case oi aeiauit oi payment, an install'
menis .or assessments shall bo certnie
oy tne uieru oi tne uouncu to tne uoi
ty Auditor on or before the second Mi
aay in September annually, to be by
placed upon the tax duplicate to be
lected as other taxes are collected.
Sec 3. To provide a fund for the p
ment of tho portion of the cost and
Dense for whldb the snecial assessme
herelrt aro levied for the improvement
anerriCK Avenue as aforesaid, the Ma
ana Auaitor do, ana tney are ner
auinonzea to issue bonds of tne cit
Canton in the acgreirato sum of Fi:
eight Hundred Dollars (J3SO0.OO). naya1
at the office of tho City Treasurer ot
Canton, Ohio, divided Into four bonds of
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each and
one bond of Eighteen Hundred Dollars
($15.00), pajablo as follows: Ono bond of
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) payable
two years after date: one bond of Ono
Thousand Dollcrs ($1,000.00) payable three
years after date; two bonds of One Thou
sand Dollars ($1.000j00 each, payable
four years after date, and one bond of
Elghtpfjn Hundred Dollars ($1800.00) pay
able five years after date, all of said
bonds shall be dated March 1st, 1910,
bearing Interest at four and one-half per
cent per annum; payable semi-annually,
said bonds to bo signed by the .Mayor1 and
Auditor of tho City of Canton, Ohio, and
sold by them as- provided by law, and
tiho proceeds thereof shall be applied to
tho payment of tho cost and expense of
said Improvement as aforesaid, and for no
other purpose whatsoever, and for the
payment of eatd bonds and tho interest
thereon, the revenue and good faith, and
ill real and porsonal property of the
city of Canton, aro hereby pledged:
provided that If within tho time specified
and befqro the sale of said bonds any
of tho owners of said property shall pay
the total assessments In cash, the
amount so paid In cash from the total
shall bo reduced bj' deducting tho
amount so paid in cash from the total
ampunt of tho fund to bq provided, and
the bond issue hhall bo reduced in
Sec, L That upon tho sale of said
bonds, the pioceeds thereof, together
with the moneys received, If any, from
cash payments of assessments shall be
placed ln tho treasury and disbursed
upon proper vouchers ln payment of the
cost and expense of tho improvement
Sec 5. That tlhe said annual assess
ments and all portions thereof shall be
applied to the payment of the said bonds
and tho Interest thereon as the same
ahal become due, and to no other pur
poss whatsoever. "
Sec. ,6. This ordlnanco shall take ef
fect and be In force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law,
Passed April 11, 1310.
JOHN T BUCHMAN,
President of tho Council.
R. F. FA1TST. Clerk of thb Council.
Approver April ia. isio.
Ul"', tn J
t)H estimate of tho engineer and the
ps ana profiles now on nio in tr.o ve
pjBment of Public Service (Engineer's
fcjBmon). which lota and lands are here
byfdctermlned to bo specially benefited
by Bsaid Improvement, and the cost of
salif-ImProvement shall Include the ex
pewe of preliminary and other surveys
an of printing and publishing the no
tice . resolutions and ordinances roqulr
ed, the serving of 3ald notices, the cost
of construction, together with Interest
on bonds. Issued in anticipation of the
coll jctlon of deferred assessments, and
all Dther necessarj expenditures.
Sc c. 5. Thot tlio assessment ? to be
lev! d, shall bo paid In five annual ln
stal Imenta with Interest on deferred pay
jtiei ds at four antine-half per cent per
ami urn, providing that the owner of any
pro lerty assessed may, at his option, pay
sue t assessment in cash within thirty
day s from and after the passage of tho
ase slng ordinance, ln which case said
cas i assessment shall .not Include any
Iter i of interest on bonds to bo issued in
ant clpatlon of the collection of deferred
Inst ailments of assessments.
S c. 6. Tho bonds of the City of Can
ton shall be Issued in anticipation of the
colection of assessments by Installments
amp In an amount equal thereto.
Sjec. 7. That tho remainder of tho en
tire! cost of said improvement not spe
cially assessed, including the cost of in
tersections together with the cost ot any
rial estate or Interest therein purchased
or appropriated, and tho cost and ex
pense of any appropriation proceeding
tlimf-tor. and the damages awarded any
oviper oi adjoining- lanus ana wiereiH.
ttpSreon, and the cost and expense of any
eifcch award shall be paid by the Issuance
trends in tne manner proviaea oy law.
ec 8. This resolution shall take ef
t and be In force from and after tho
nest period allowed by law.
.dopted April 11. 1910.
JOHN F. BUCHMAW,
President of the Council.
B. F. FAUST. Clerk ot the Council.
pproved April 13. 1910,
By A R. TURNBULL. Mayor
ubllshed In the Canton Morning News
h this advertisement wo want to
caM vour attention to East Canton.
East Canton is located on ths Stark
Electric R. R. just twelve minutes
rid,e from the square. It lies upon
a plateau almost perfectly level: It
Is ono of the most beautiful suburban
sltfes around the city. The Empire
Nojvelty Company 'has" located Us fac
tory upon the East Canton addition
alpng the Pennsylvania E. R. One
billldlng Is now about complete
36JX10Q two stories, and two more
buildings pf the same size will be
bi)ilt in a short timo. This company
w U ultimately employ 450 peopld who
fli id employment in tho company's
faMory and do a business of $300,000
p( ir rear. Most of the people who find
employment In the cbrapany's factory
w 111 live In East Canton, and within a
Sl ort tlmet East Canton will have a
papulation of more than 500 people
itEj owb stores churches and schools.
?The lots ln EasJ Canton are all nice
sfcled lots and beautifully located and
will be sold upon the easy-paymont
pnan. Our proposition to you will also
,bi i ot such a character that your in
yrstmeat in tho ;ots will be
in come-produclng from the start. On
at count of the conditions surrounding
the addition, tho Jots will not only
rapidly" increase in Value but your
rasmey will pay you good Interest
from the start. Nothing like this op
po rtunity has over been offeree in tne
,cii of Canton or air where eiecl
YMpant you to understand U we
wBki. to 'see the lots, then yoa
to analyze for yourself
Friends In Washington
Like His Jefferson An
0. K. SAYS CLARK
Washington, April 13. Bryan's let
'ter to his Jeffersonian frlends""in 'Wash
ington will not be "blue-penciled."
The committee in charge of to
night's Jefferson day banquet, after
canvassing the situation and. receiving
the O. K. of Champ Clark, has de
cided to read the letter in its entirety.
Objection has been raised because of
references by Bryan to the issues of
1896. Some even expressed doubt as
to the authenticity of the letter. .
A copy of the letter written from
Brazil became public prematurely to
day. Bryan says:
"I am so far away from home that
I am not fully informed as to the re
cent' events, but I have just read of
one Jeffersonian victory, namely,- the
selection of an investigating" com
mittee by the house instead of by the
speaker, and, better still, .each party
selected its members of the com
mittee, "I notice also that wo seem likely
to win a victory against the meat
trust. Monopoly prices have at last
provoked a popular protest and now
that the people are looking for a
remedy there is hope that they will
accept tho democratic remedy.
I am sure they will, in the end
And legislation more satisfactory than
abstinence from tho meat and join
with the democrats Jn declaring a pri
vate monopoly not the meat trust
only, but every private monopoly in
defensibly and Intolerable.
"President Taft in his Lincoln
speech at New York February 12, at
tributes present high prices mainly to
the increase in, the production of gold
and the consequent enlargement of
the volume of money. This unex
pected endorsement of our party's
position in 189C when we -demanded
more money as tho only remedy for
falling prices, is yery gratifying. How
valuable that admission would have
been to ua if it had been made dur
ing the campaign of that year whnn
itho Republican leaders wero denying
mat tne volume of money had any in
fluence on prices, and asserting that
it did not matter whether wo had
much money or little, provided it was
"We may now consider the quantl.
tative theory of money established
beyond dispute and proceed to the
consideration of other questions. But
the president and hts predecessor
have admitted the correctness of the
Democratic position on so many ques-
David Levers et al to Joseph
Heinzer, parcel of laud, Tusc. twp.,
William Laird et al to George
Krieger, 27.50 acres, Paris twp., ?1,000.
R. Frank Wilson, Sheriff, to Frank
P. Young, part lot 28, Robertsville,
R. Trank Wilson, Sheriff, to Michael
Bessett, part lot 6115, Canton, Sifao.
Frank P. Young et al o Mary C,
Ecrement, part lot 28, Robertsville,
John C. Bothtfell et al to August
Hammerly, lot 9219, Canton, ?450.
Bethard Bowsher et al to Mary
Wilcoxan, lot 13151, Canton, ?1.
Bertha M. Grabor et al to Joseph
F. Faust, 6,15 acres, Canton twp., $1.
Marie Monroe to Edgar Randall et
al, lot 2735,. Alliance, ?2,100.
Sylvester Burd to' Charles Moore et
al, lot 2, Masslllon, $1,600.
Ellis Warner et al to Charles
Swelgart, 5.58 acres, Tusc. twp ?475.
William Fowler et al to Emil Bus
koshl, lot 1442, Canton, ?1,900.
Josephine Garman et al to George
E. Lozler, lot 1286 'and part lot 1285,
Anna Albrecht et al to Frankey
Laursen, parcel of land, Perry twp.,
Anna Albrecht et al to Harvey
Laursen, parcel of land, Perry twp.,
A. J. Paul et al to Hiram S. Cfay et
al, 158 acres, Jackson twp., $17,300.
Levi Summers et al to Charles
Yutzey, lot 9290, Canton, ?1.
Eusebe Lamielle et al to Charles O.
Schwartz, part lots 8060 and 8061,
Sarah Byerly et al to John TIse,
parcels of lands, Lake twp., ?500.
Charles Shorb et al to Ailolph Roos,
lot 9338, Canton, $700,
George Dunlap et al to Harry Hill,
3 acres, Canton twp., $740.
Harry Smith et al to Bessie Smith,
part lot 277, Masslllon, $4,000.
William Myers et al to Alexander
Popodan, lot 8282, Canton, $1.
Otis Wilcox et al to Celostia M.
Bieri, lot 3962, Alliance. $3,800.
Mary Krelbulll et a to Phil D.
Nettro, 1 acre of land, Canton twp.,
Ella Reichert et al to Emma Ake,
part lots 14793 and 14796, Canton, $1.
John Bracher et al to Joseph Heb
ert, lot 163, Alliance, $1,800.
Walter Webb et al to Phillip Baler,
lot S57, Alliance, $2,800.
WiL'ird I. Zellars et al to Patrick
Cavanaugh, lot 8180, Canton, $1,185.
Sibina Miller et al to Catharine
Foltz, 80 acres, Perry twp., $7,500.
BOSTON WANTS "PANTIES"
ON ALL NUDE STATUARY.
By United Press.
Boston, Mass., April 13. $
"Panties" for Bay state statues
is the latest possibility m New
England blue law legislation
which is interesting lawmakers
William 1L Bell et al to D. D. Mil
ler, parts of lots 14794 and 1473 in
the City of Canton, $1.
W. D. Snyder to Alvin Clemenco et
al, parcols of land, twp. of Osnaburg-,
$1,800. - fe
Charles K. Smith et al to Jacol)
Kline ot al 72.03 acres, twp. of
Catherine A. Peffer et al torKatb
erine B. Peffer, part out lot 273," in
the City of Canton, $2,000.
Rudolph Slife et al to LorettaLlliy,
lots 21 and 22, in village of Now. Ber
Joseph Walzer to Nellie AValzer,
lots and parcels of land in, Cwp. of
Lawrence,. '$1. ' t.
C. C. Mummert'et al to L. V.JDav
Idson, lots 3S42 and 4053, Alliance,
$6,000. , '""8
John S. Haidet et al to MalOra
Roach, lots 61, 62, 03 and 61, twp. of
Washington, $200. "
Joseph Faust to Cornelius Fayst,
parcel of land, Canton twp:, $JLi0j0:
Jacob Steiner to Henry Kempfrtpart
lot 3430, Canton, $1. , g
Charles Oberlin ct al to Mary Yost,
part lot 31, Masslllon, $1.
Ada Niesz et al to CorneilusFaust,
parcel of land, Canton twp., $1,750.-
Edward Miller ett al to Albert
Tracksel, lot 14916, Canton, ?1".
August Schoen et al to Mary Weser,
parHots 10071 and 10072, Canton,
$300. . 4
Harrison Shanafelt et alto Rosa
M, ZInk, lot 13489, Canton, $600. '
Ralph Keefauver et al to Hora
Keefauver, lot 8029, Canton, $1.
Nels Peter Jansen et al to Petor
Pleser et al, lot 1569, Canton, $1,500-
John DeMarke et al to Nathan
Tennebaum lot 1227, Canton, $1,730.
Ida Holben et aiftoMagdalena
Frantz, lot 110, Louisa
Tho Consolidated IIHl to
W. J- Grisez, part lots 3514.!
R. Frank Wilson, Sheriff, to Albert
Swallen,.part lot 9, Alliance, $267.
Henry Martin et al to Edward
vAxup, Jr., 21 acres, Pike twp., $2,000.
John Haidet et al to Wallace Mil
ler, lot 6, Alliance, $50.
Lenford Van Buskirk to Lizzie
Rice, parcel of land, Pike twp., $950.
Joseph Wilson, to Lizzie Rice, lot
28, Sparta, $673.
August "UJhlien et al to Harry E.
Fife, part lot 48, Canton, $10,000.
Harry E. Fife et al to Edward W.
Morrow, part lot 48, Cantont Si.
Abraham Nunamaker et al to 'Na
than Tenenbaum, lot 1224, Canton,
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