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4i SSm ?! PAGE TWO , CANTON, OHIO. $$$$$$$ "MM" r WE wish' our patrons a Merry Christmas and a very Happy -ancU Prosperous New Year. We thank you all for your liberal patronage of the past year. THE KLEIN & HEFFELMAN CO. Farms For Sale 90 acres, located 1 mile from Spar to, 2 miles from Magnolia. The build ings are worth 3,000; price of farm 14,000. 112 acres, located 10 miles from Al liance, 8 mllea north of Louisville. Everything in good condition. Price, 55 per acre 160 acres, located 4 miles north of Louisville, 10 miles west of Alliance. 40 acres of timber. Price ?55 per acre. 137 acres adjoining Waynesburg on the north, good land. Price $40 per acre. Magnolia Real 'Estate Agency Magnolia, Ohio. CSh. . ""'2 r- .... '"f&vL&aA w TOd LATE 10 CLASSIFY. UUUitOW MONEY. UAdY J50 for 69 weolt payments; $1.20 a week on bouschold goods, watches, etc. Col lateral Loan Bank. Bell 600,, Stark A.-669. 309 V. Tusc. St.. Pb wsent to call. FOR SALE One pair of ponies, sound, city broke, doublo or single Both good saddlers. Weight 1800 lbs. Just tho 'thing for mall route or deliv ery wagon. 961 North Dewalt St. 25-d3 FOR SALE Horse, sleigh and har ness all for $35. Must bo sold n er has no further use for it a1. ed money. Come arid see us and qj nusi ness where business is done. 339 W. Third St, Stark phone 1070. 25-d3 -WANTED A good housekeeper to take care of two children. Address Jacob Grove, Mill street, Louisville, Ohio. 25-d3 The Leading TRUSS of tho World. Latest Improved, soft air gads: Ruaran .(eed to hold th worst cnaa of ruptura or money iefuuuvd; also lepalr all kltvlj of trusses. Havo had 36 years export nce lq making and llttlns. Cura every 'curable caoe Geiman truss manufuo ,turer. V. A. SCHORT, 4, 230 S. MARKET ST. , ' fOver Empire Photo Gallery.) Office hours, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Btailc phona A-180. NOTICE Having increased our fa cilities we are now well equipped for making all kinds of office and store fixtures, such as cases, counters,, ta bles, desks, partitions, grills, railings, balconies for cash systems, and in fact anything in the way of fine- woodwork. If you are contemplating any change or improvements we would be pleased to furnish you designs and estimates of any work in our line, believing that we can satisfy you in quality" work and also in price. Jacob Lehman, sriop 1403 S. Market. Stark phone 149. 2G-d3 Rides at "Anchor at Berth on the North River. Is Dilapidated. LOOSE flGMEV IS 8 1EMPTATEQN. Carry it in your pocket and you may lose It, some one may steal It; you may spend it. MONEY IN THE BANK IS AN EDUCATION. It teaches economy and self-reliance and Is an incentive to indus try. You plan but don't worry about tomorrow, knowing you have the money if you need it. 'BESIDES, IT GROWS. 4 per cent on Pass Books. 6 per cent on Time Certificates. THE CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN CO., Cor. Cleveland AYO.nnd 8tU St. . Engineers Architects CROSSLEY & WATERHOUSE Canton, Ohio 1 16 South Public Squa.ro " Bell Phone I4 Denied Preliminary Motions. Chicago, Dec. 24. A body blow to the defense of Cornelius P. Rhea and other union leaders, co-defendants orJ trial for conspiracy in connection with me mg teamsters' strike was eiven by Judge Ball today when he denied preliminary mptlons that would re sult in the dischaige of tho Ubor chiefs. The court was nuick and de cisive in his action overruling plead ings of Shea's lawyers. Will Positively Remove Jan. 1st. Owing to the lack of room and nth. er inconveniences in the Auditorium, I. D. Lovett .will positively remove his piano store to the central nmt of the city. TIiIb will necessitate a slaughter of prices from now till Jan. 1st. This is an opportunity whlnh nn one should miss. I. D Lovett, 404 N. Cleveland Ave. Shaw Not Ready. Washington, Dec. 24. In response to rumors from Wall street that it was expected that he would do some thing today to help the money market, Secretary of the Treasury Shaw said this afternoon that he had no such intention. It is believed this foreshad ows some definite action soon. JUST MISSED THE POLE New York, Dec. 24. Completing the last stage of her Journey, Commander Robert B. Peary's arctic ship, tho "Roosevelt," heaved anchor hero this afternoon, and under tow of tho tug Guiding Star mado yay for a bertn on tho North river. Tho Roosevelt's propeller has only two blades and her steering gear docs not answer the hand at the wheel as well as sho should, so Captain Bartlott telegraphed for tho tug. All the inhabitants of tho City Island turned out and gave a cheer for tho boat and a salu,(o of cannon somewhere along tho shore was fired. Of all the men on tho ves sel, there was not one of them from Captain Bartlett down who was not satisfied with the trip, com and all as it was, sometimes In" tho neighbor hood of 80 degrees below zero who did not express a willingness to go back any timo Commander tfeary was ready. Charles H. Clark, a fireman on the Roosevelt, explained now ho and three Esquimaux guides lost their way on tho ice, ran short of provi sions, and were compelled to eat 15 of the 18 dogs who were drawing their sleds. If it had not been for tho fact that Commander Peary crossed their trail they would havo starved to death on tho ico, just 10 "miles north of whero tho Roosevelt was in quarters. Tho most disappointed man on the vessel was Captain Bartlott. ""Why," he said today, his ruddy young face glowing with excitement, "If that blasted storm had not come tho chief would havo made the pole sure. Yes, just as easy as rolling off a log. It was only a matter of four days more; we 'were at 84.48 north latitude, and had most of our provisions at that point, getting everything in readiness for a swift dash. I had gone back fifty miles to the other cache to, bring up more provisions, and had come up forty miles when the storm began and well, there was nothing doing. That was, I think, on March 18." SOCIAL EVENTS ENTRE NOtJS DANCE. The Entre Nous club will give their Christmas dance in Bast's hall this evening. The hall is beautifully dec orated with hearts and raisletoe, a large barrel of mistletoe having been sent the club from Mississippi by Dr. Anderson, a friend of the club from East Liverpool. Punch will bo served throughout the evening. A number of out of town guests" are expected to attend. The up-to-Dato Shopping Center of Canton, Ohio. Hi H. A, Bloomberg Co. EvorylhTnfj your eyes drop upon In thle""elore is this seasonfiSjJro duct. No. Qjdgobda carried oyer, rjfew goods, r&y'prices THIS IN OUR FOURTH HOLIDAY SEA80N IN CANTON AND WE AS SURE YOU IT HAS BEEN A MOST SUCCESSFUL ONE. WE WANT TO TAKE THIS MEAN8 OF THANKING YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE IT SO AND TO WISH YOU AND YOURS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS. TWO MARRIAGES BY JUSTICES. Charles Neher, of East Liverpool, and Miss Mary Havens, of AUiance, were marfied yesterday morning by Justice Bothwell. They will make their home in Canton. PERSONAL. IT Papelet Bros. UNDERTAKING PARLORS Furniture Agency 601 North Cleveland Ave. 1 m MjajMMM! both H Calls noitrered over pbouea day or night. Mark IMOtS. Cell 1630 IWE HOLDTHJEE SAFE j PRANK L. COLE, . lu'JRANCE I Paa Stt Si a uud Kloor) City Na itomt Bftfck Buildln. MS Bouth Marital C 0Ua opoo Uendar and Saturday Oaly IftrgMt e9paale reprweated OSm Tl. lOte Hi . TL;:21-L. Save the Wrappers and pgpijiggc Kvpry user of MOCO-MO ColTeo can save one-tenth of the coffee bill. AH yon have to do la to save the word AIOCO-MO" from ev ery packace or MOCO-MO Coffee you buy when you have ten, take them to your gro cer and get one pound of coirce f re This offer it to acquaint coffee drinkers with the fiuperlor quality of MOCO-MO Coffee and tlAl4 ir.strf Anlu ..n,ll Fan ,a IIVT1 If I....... most of It and begin savins the wrappers to day. MOCO-MO CoSee sells for 25 cents a pound at all grocers. TUB tOHN If. FITCH COFFEE CO., VotHga1euf0, O. W. J. McOrath left- last night for Detroit to spend Christmas with his mother and brother. H. S, Hursh, a well known yourfg man of this city, who is attending the Baltimore Medical school, iBbome for the holidays. - Joseph Bloomberg, of this City, and his brother, L. Bloomberg; will open a store at Salem. 0 on March 15. Joseph Bloomberg has resigned the management of the Canton store, to take effect March ID. Anthony Burkhart, of Zoar, is vis iting his relatives of this city, Mr. Burkhart is one of tho old members of the once famous Zoar society, and used to be the brewraaster for tho society Injured on W. & L. E. Milton Harding of 1C50 South Mar ket street, received word last night that his son, Howard Harding, had been injured on tho Wheelinc & Lake Erie yesterday afternoon. Very few particulars were received but it was understood that Harding and several others were badly hurt. Word was received that the injured man would be brought home during tho night Jonas A. Mills, Plumbing and Gas Fitting, UBTEAM AND HOT WATER HEATINQ 71 B. 8th St., Opp Grand Opera House Both Phones Bell 40, SUrk 70, Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the order of K. of P. and American Mechanics.. Friends and neighbors, for the many beautiful flor al offerings and for the kindly manner in which they eo ably assisted is dur ing the bereavement of our beloved son and brother, Oliver E. Charmols. Mr. Louis Charmols and Family. New 'York Col. James B. Peppor, of Lexington, Ky, many times a mil lionaire, and orlce owrier' of some of the fleetest horses that over raced on the American turf, died in tho Wal dorf Astoria, The ancient Romans were said to be great oyster eplcurca. They not only ate them in great numbers, but were able to tell, with eyes closed, Met what eoftfet they can from. I) a - m The H. A. Bloomberg Gompanyl 134 North Market Street, Opposite Court House "F "- A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND THANKS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS - LEADER IN STYLES AND ORIGINATOR OF LOW PRICES 133 SOUTH MARKET STREET kA-M M&vi? TaT JGB-ifiW, mscj",1 Wwiff IMft&iEiP ?rw i "Y - i "a "W a I iM MacKehzie BJp v M'''"r, iierti r--' j i or .r.h. Mr hri f fW WE DESIRE TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS TO OUR PATRONS FOR, THEIR LIBERAL PAT RONAGE DURING THE PAST YEAR. WE "PROMISE FOR THE COMING -YEAR TO DO OUR BEST, TO GIVE YOU THE FINEST FOR- EIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRIMAS, A GOOD1 NEW YEAR AND. MANY H cJY RETURNS OF THE SEASON. & & & & -Er, .. MacKenzie f HIS HONOR LENIENT Martha the Only One Sent to the Works Cough Drop Men , Bark Outside. 'The number of offenders before the mayor yesterday morning was larg er than usual but Mayor Turnbull was lenient and with one exception, turn ed them loose, i Martha Lewis, who made things "in teresting for two officers Saturday night when she was arrested ory- a charge of disorderly conduct, ,v;as the exception. She first pleaded not guilty but afterwards changed her mind and received a sentence of ?10 and costs and ten days in the work house. Martha got noisy on the trip down and swore revenge on tnff entire police force and a few outsiders, but as she has done that a dozen times before, she will probably change her mind before her time is cp. Mullen, jthe quartet arrested Saturday night while they were selling packages of cough drops, supposed to contain cash prizes, were also up yesterday morning. It developed that the only customers who could pick out the prizes were the three assistants, Bur rows doing the selling, and tne mayor decided- r ' in'a'i the whole outfit. They were given one fiouftojbave tho K.IK2 . '' WILL SMOKE aJpVMerabers of the fire department at No6' engine house aro "smoking up"bythe courtesy of Mayor Turnbull and John Rommel, who each sent a box of cigars to tho boyo. William Burrows, George McDon ough, William Cluney and Daniel MENANDWQMEM. Dm Els U for un out oral dlebrg,lnflmuillmi, IrrltatloM or alcenutoBt of mtieoua n.tmtrami. UtOtHMtU.Ce. f at or poltouosi, or Mnt la pUIn wmpptc br ipim, prBM, tar 1.08, or.buttlwH.ra. OMuimIm mat. a" ''1 WmmmU folUgun KSVHt. 5TUBBORN coughs, and colds are dangerous because the irritated membranes get no rest, hence can not recuperate'. Robbed of their power of resistance, they are unable to throw off germs of bronchitis, pneumonia or consumption. ' Scoff jt Emulsion soothes and heals the affected membranes with glycerine, restores the tissues, and builds up the blood with cod liver oil, strengthens the nervous Vtem with hypophosphites. i Scoffs Emulsion will break up and cure the most stubborn co.d. ALL DRUGGISTS i 50 1. ANf) 31.00. &&WriQ&Q&b&k rttlil vlff Wtti 1 w j rt .,. 1 r ,1 " i "nrnurn i hi ?f ro