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CANTON, OHIO. PAGE SEVEN 1 7W.ll lis'l'I -' v MONEY To LOAN on furniture, horses, cattle, pi anos, etc., leaving everything In your own possession. Why not deal at a bankwhen you need a loan? - All' wo ask is that you got our rates first then' you aro at llherty to compare them olse where. ' i We positively guarantee our rates lowest In city because Wa ttro the largest and one of. u the oldest institutions in the state Miller & DeLaMater Private Bankers II North Court St. Stark Phone A-917 Can you afford to take the risk of guard ing your own treasures and exposing them to fire? in the vaults of The Canton Savings , ! frill") V' an.d;Trust Co. ' 'l mint )f will give, i$r security, you i "ikij jnt oil' i In" tiM ybw How MuchtDo You' -Earn?' nt ' ' nOi i II ""(I' A , HO.W MUCH DO ," , YOU SAVE? i Isn't It tlmo you began to lay aside part of your earn ings, aeatnat th tlmo your futurei succeaa may do poud upon your having a ItUlo capital? One dollr.r Will open a savings account with this company, and by ouklpg small deposits regu larly you can soon araaas a neat sum. It will draw per cent interest, which "will help the accumulation- Central Savings Bank -v Tusc. Sk'anrl OlgVa ' ' lancl'AjvQnuo, tJAT'6N, O, ''i '"! r We Keep More Timbers, We keep more lumber of every kind than' ia kept by any dealer in the Oity.' ' All Under Cover - Phone 999. A Safe Deposit Box i j i i " , Btark Phono OT. B Phono , nuau.iAnui Insurant au4 Kuropean Steam ier. toUMtlon ot Inhtrltanots (Cast TuMarawo Street VtMHrf CANTON. O, fKI VMftm!ni The Sanitary Electric Light Means NQ.8MEL.., NO 8MOKF NO DIRT, NO DANQZR. When you consider the light' big question, consldor tho ad vantages of lighting by leo tricliy. Think what It means In time saved; Think what It means In cleanliness; Think what it means in better light' ing and in general handlnesa Truly, now, do you- want to bo without electric light Is your house. Tor tho sako of health no other light should ba permitted in tho sick room or tho sleeping chamber. Did you know Electrto """"V Warming Padi aro nuper ceding tho hot water bot tle? Either dry or molft heat,- aa daalred. Canton Light, Heat & Power Co. 'The Dime Savings Bank CANTONS OHIO F B. CA8E. President. HENRY A. WISE, V. Pre JACOB I. PIPER, jk Sec. and Tnaa. Tried and Found True Meran -THE armers Bank Invites your account and offers you every facility, privilege and courtesy consistent with successful mod. ern banking. The highest current rate of Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and on Certificates of Deposit. 213 North Alnrkct Stroto CANTON, OHIO. HENRY WACKfcRLY. Pianos and Furniture handled with Care f ajiUnlon Street. General Hauling and Moving CHICHESTER'S CNOXIBH PILLS THE DIAltONI) BRAND. Iftdleal Ask your Druggist for CM.thM.tcrV Pllla To Utdl tad uoia mcuinc com, sealed wkin muemDPon. luflnaouar. Buy or your Hruggist and ask for ' eui-oiiEa-TEtcn English, Ji DIAMOND I'.ttAND I-ILLH. tor 116 vears' raaardaoas Eet. Safest. Always r Haliabla. Sold by Druggists cverywlwa. OBtaUr Chemical Co.. rblUdelnhla. iu Jonas A. Mills, Plumbing and Gas Fitting, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING 71 E. 8th St., Opp. Grand Opera House Both Phones Boll 40, Stark 70. INTERURBAN TIME TABLE Iflie N. O. T. & L. Co. Waiting Room, Court House Building. Cars leave waiting' room for Massllloii' Canal Uovor, Now l'lilladeiplUa ana Inter mediate points 6 a. in, nncl every hour thereafter until 10 p. in. HiuiJaya llrat car 6 r. m. Half liour scrvlco dally between Canton nud Mdsslllon fromG:3Jtt in. until 10:3 J p. .m. 8und&y first hair hour car 0:. 0b. ru. Last car for Mnsslllon n p. in. This will not do part until conclusion of theater. Hair hour service between Canal Dover and Uhrlehvllle Uara leave waiting room for Akron and Intermediate points 61)0 a. in. nnd every hour thoicalter until O.Oi p. in., then 11:05 p in. This car will not depart until- con clusion of theater. HalurdavH 10:05 n. m. to Akron and Intermediate points. AH car from 6 0J n. in. until SWG inako connections' at Akron lor ueveiaua. LIMITED CAR8 Leave waiting room for Akron and Cleveland 8:30 a. m., 12:30 and 4:30 p. m. Rsfurn leave Cleveland for Akron Canton 7:20 a. m., 12:50 and 4:20 p. m. PE! fh ?s't$ Vw 0 RICE AND MUSCULAR POWER. In Polishing the Grain It Logos Much of Its Nutritive Principles. Rico Is commonly supposed to be deficient in musclo-maklng qualltkB, and yet the Japanese) whoso chief add almost only food Is rice, ore noted for their phjslcal strength, and, In tho la ter advance on Pokln outstripped the armies of Russia, Germany, England, Franco and America. Also, not the samo marvejouu energy of the Japan ese in tho struggle with Russia. For an explanation of these facts tho RcV. II. S. Chubb, of tho Philadelphia Veg etarian Society, applied recently to tilie agricultural department. His letter waa referred to Professor S. A. Knapp, who investigated tho rlco In dustry in China, Japan and the Phil ippines, and the explanation proved to bo very simple. Tho Japanese and other rice-eating nations do not polish tho grain except for export. In tho mills tho outside coating of tho rice kernel is rubbed off. The outer husk and the bran just within it are vomov ed, and hcn tho kernel is rubbed to remove the rough protein surface. This is called polishing, and the process not only removes one of tho most nu tritious substances in all cereals, but deprives tho grain of about Uireo fourths of Us flavor. U"ese of Palm Trees. Tho various kinds of palm trees on tho Island of Ceylon are In themselves of greaS Interest, and when their dif ferent uses are explained a person can well appreciate how essential they are to the natives in the law country Sin galese districts. From the sap of the cocoanut palm the spirit ho drink? Is distilled; Wio kernel of the nut Is a necessary element In his dally irnrry; the "milk" is the beverage offered to every visitor to his domain; his only lamp Is fed from tho oil; hia nets forfishing are manufactured from its fibre, as is also the rope whioh keeps his goat or cow from going aeivay; while the rafters of his hrousa, the thatch of the roof and tho window blinds aro made from its leaf and wood. There is, .perhaps, no product' In tho world that is put to so many and such profitable use) as tho cocoa nut palm, for, even before it is grown, its leaf ribs are tied together to wake brooms for sweeping and cages lor birds. Romance of Gum Gathering. In Yucatan tho gsulihorlng of the famous CnTcle chewing gum Is an oc cupation apparently full of romn.nce, not unattended with considerable dan ger. Bands of men, known as "chlc leros," go Into tho deep forests, under experienced leaders, armed with heavy knives of special make and pails and ladles for the sap. Each one lti also provided with a strong rope more than eighty feci long, to bo used in climb ing the lofty sapota trees from which tho gum is procured. Tha sap Hows from ga-hes cut in the bark. A camp of chlclorcs, where the sap U boiled, rosembkfl In some respects an Amer ican maple sugar camp. After months of work the chlcleros return from thp forests laden with bricklllte blocks 01 aroma'Mc gum. The finest gimir know, as "slcto," is collected from tho fruli of the sapota mostly by tho native women, and is seldom exported, be cause it is too wll liked at home. Egyptian Women. Tho Egyptian beasts of burden, tr camel, ihe ox, fho donkey, have th same patient look as tho people. I may not be Improper to add anothe1 beast of burden woman. There Is th look of sad patience in very Egyp tian woman's eyes as in tho melai choly river boiling at its' great Us and In the face of the camel, tho don bay and the ox. They all look at yoi with the samo expression of patience They seem content to live, .no matte what the condtMons of their ofte wretched life and not desirous c making change of resistance. The lonj swing of the camel, the measure strldo of tho ox or buffalo, tho hal trot of tho donkey, ore seen every whero. The woman's face is oovere at least her jnouth is always for nt Mohammedan woman may expose her mouth to the vulgar gaze of pasaers d. All have the bame cxr. "eetjion n their eyee as tho camel or other animal The Fuel Bulldera. Theeo aro tho ferns, which .n tic carboniferous period attained a rani growth. The spores of the fernB, found on the under sides' of the leaves which answer the purpose of se form a brown dust, and this dust heated and coraprested, corajioso, great masses of coal. Jet id also on other work of these little bu-ldera. 1 ' Leather Railroad Ties. ' The latest form of railway tip li mado of leather. Tho scrap le&thei from the shoe shops Is put into a disin tegrator, ground very fine, ubjecte to a refining process, and moulded The tension of the moulding machim can bo so regulated that ties hart enough to take a spike, or tie througt which a spike cannot-bo driven, cat bo produced. Many women getso deeply lntereste in the price of spring bonnets that the let the grocer overcharge them for pc tatoes. .Woman I.1nrr.ti1 tM .ViaiiM lrnnnr awmi in wonatriiu MARVEL Whirling Sprcy iiew Tifia.i ;rur, Jntt ut ourucn. uei. onim c;t-Moit CeriTenlenL 4.1 ar Jrntcl.1 for It. It iM raiinoliupply Die MAllVKL. ncttit no iitu.r. bill adna iLmnrj fop llllnUllb0k-T.4. ItBtT.S vitll nArilo&lftrfl and .Urrtiona In. TaluaUa la laAlea MAHVEI.ce., ca ja. wqis, Wtitt nan mvku Every Vv tiftKNH. bivtwiJWttwJir 1 J ne n.t. i. UiAii 111 4 sCi?"''""' mLr3r nVjMM tiTMa , itw ' ;F vTLjr1 'WVflg-. vt. m '' 4 LV "V Im'ttr Ancient British Stronghold For Sale. Dunstanburg Cnstlo Is about to bo offered for salo .by auction It was first a British stronghold, then a Jlo man fortress, and at n much later period was garrisoned for Queen Mar garet, after tho battle of Hexham, when it was besieged and taken after an assault lasting throo days.The legend cf "Sir Guy, tho Seeker," told In a ba.lad by M. G. Lowls, Is con nected with tho castle. "DunEtan dia monds" aro crystals found in the neighborhood. A deep chasm In the rock at tho cast of tho castle , is lenown aa tho "Rumblo Churn." In rough weather tho sea rushes In, and great clouds of spray aro thrown up. Canada to Have a Mint. Canada is to havo a mint of her own and make her own money. Here tofore England has dono all this lit tlo choro for Canada when not too busy with her own affairs and at such times she has let private parties do it and then has sent tho money across tho Water to the colony. But now thero is to be a mint established at Montreal and Canadian gold and silver, including tho Klondike output, will be minted there. At. least a large proportion of it may bo expected to remain and circujate at home. No Doctors' Bills in Sweden. Swedish doctors never send bills to their patients. l3ach patient pays what he deems just or Is able to give. Tho rich pay the physician liberally, whether they havenecd of his ser vices or not, If ho has once been re tained by them. Tho poor, if they possibly can, pay him a small sum, and tho very poor pay him nothing Yet he attends tho poor as faithfully as he fioes tho rich. Exchange. Enormous Increase in Printing. Census bureau figures for five years ending with 1905 show an enormous expansion of the printing and publish ing industries. The, cost of materials used in tho making of newspapers and periodicals increased $20,000,000 In five j ears, the value of tho paper alone jumping from $37,"823,85G to ?58,0GG, 25S. The total number of publications increased from 18.220 to 21,400. The number of dallies jumped from 2,220 to 2,445, with a circulation of 19,024,257 for week days and a Sunday circula te 11 of 11,539,521 copies Tho number ot weeklies Increased from 12,979, with a circulation of 39,852,052, to 15,000,-with a drop in circulation to 30,733,597. Tho monthlies jumped lrnm 1817 in 1900, with a circulation of over 39,000,000, to 2,500, with G2.770, IC'5 cvlrculation. Two Saloons Shy. Accordtngv to County Treasurer Knobloch thero are only two salooa ists in Stark county who win discon tinue business In the line o wet goods. The two are Nick Schneider, of Mas- silion. and Huber Wingorter, of Waynesburg. When the first assess ment was mado. thero were 80 sa loons In this county. Long TenffeBsee Fight. For- twenty years W. L. Rawls, of Bells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He -writes: "The swelling and sore ness inside my nose was fearful, till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to tho soro surface; this-caused tho soreness and swelling to disap pear, never to return." Best salve in existence. 25c at tho Durbln & Wright,. Co., druggists. s 1. . THE MARKETS NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. New York, Dec. 23. It Is assumed that the stock market for tho rest ot the year will bo relatively quiet. A largo number of the most prominent stockango lntere"sts will be out of town for several days, and It is gener ally conceded that tho trading will be principally of a professional character. It Is undoubtedly true however, that thero will bo considerable buying by interests which have received direct information from those who have been in control of both the money market and the stock market for some weeks, that after the first of tho year, they may look for a general advance in prices. Interests which keep in close touch with Washington apparently ex pect congress to pass tho currency measure, now before It early, in the year. Men who have sought information from the largest banking interests in this city apparently have been assured that particular phases in the financial situation will contribute to easier monetary conditions from this time on. It is not impossible, however, that thero will be a temporary flurry in money in connection with tho prep erations for the January first disburse ments. The arrangement which sov oral of tho large railroad systems have made for anticipating 'tho payment pf the interest and dividends duo on or about the first of the year will lessen tho strain on the money market that might otherwise have been logically expected. A prominent stock exchange interest which has been looking care fully Into the question of municipal ownership, particularly In. tho western cities, has become convinced of public utility properties by private interests rather than by municipalities, it is understood that the controlling inter ests in tho Chicago traction situation aro now entirely confined to a final and completo adjustment with tho city will bo had within a comparative ly short time and that all Interests con cerned will faro better than was an ticipated a few, months ago. Interest In tho next fe,w days will center In the Great Noithern nlock, nnd tno oro cer tificates, Northern Pacific and St. Paul. Some of tho best houses In the street look for big advances in these stocjts in tho Immediate future. Buying Prices. Canton, Dec. 24. 1S0G. (Corrected uy E. E. Hissdm.) Butter 25c. Creamery butter 3Gc. Cabbages 50o per doz. Chickens Young, 10c "per lb. Eggs 30c Lard 10c. Applesjj--50c per bu. Potatops 40c per bu. Turnips 40c per bu. Turkeys 15c. Retail Prices. Onions 90c per Lu. Oranges 3040c per doz. Potatoes 15c per pk; 50c per bu. "Spinach 12c per Id. Lemons 35c doz. Apples 65c per bu. Bananas 1520c per doz. Butter 30c; creamery, 38c. Cabbage 2c per lb. Carrots 30c pk. Cranberries 12c per qt. Sweet potatoes 253&c per pk. Chickens, live, 1214c. Chickens, dressed lG18c. Eggs 35c. Lard, 13c pw TO Parsnips 10c J4 Pk. -Lettuce-T-20c per lb. Oysters 3&c per qt. Celery 10c. Turkeys Dressed, 22c; alive, 18c. Canton Grain Markets. (Corrected daily by Smith Grain Co.) Dealers pay following prices: Corn In ear 45 to 50c per du. Hay, baled $13.0O14.0O per ton. Wheat 72c. Oats 37c per bu. Retail Prices. Straw, GOc per cwr. Bran, $22 per ton. Peerless corn and oats, chop, $23. Middlings, $21.00(3)25.00 per ton. Retail Meat Prices. Beef 1Mb roast, 14c; chuck 10 12Vc; boiling, G10c; round steak, 14lGc; porterhouse steak, 18c; ten derloin steak, 20c; Hamcurg steak, 1518c per pound. Veal Steak 20c; loin chops,. 16c; rib chops, lGc; shoulder chops, IGc; stew, 810c. Lamus Steak, 22c; loin chops, 20c. rib chops, 18c; shoulder chops, ICc; stew, C10c. Pork Fresh, steak, 18c: chops, 14c: smoked ham. sliced, 25c; ba con, 2024c; boiled ham, 30c; dried beef, 2024c; boiled ham, 30c; dried sausage, 14c; fresh sausage, 13c. Canton Wholesale. Lard 10'Ac. Regular hams 13 c. Bacon 1314c. Beef, loins, 910c, Dressed beef G71,4c. r-- - - -cal 101,1c. Pork loins, lie. eal. lie. Beef, hind 810c. Dressed hogs S814. Dairy and Farmyard. Cleveland, Dec. 22. 1906. Butter Ch-eamery extras 3i.33c; prints, 33A03'34c; first, 3031; seconds, 28c; fancy dairy, 2223c; renovated, 2424e; packing, 19c; rolls, 2224c. Cneese Full creams, York state, 1515c; Ohio, 1414c; brick, cheese, 15lGc; limburger, 1314c; Swiss, new, 15(QlGc. Eggs Fresh, Ohio and Western, 30c; storage. 2425c. Poultry Alive, fowls, heavy, 10c; light 910c; ducks, white, 12c; col ored, lie; geese, 1213c; turkeys, 15 16c. Fruits. Apples Extra fancy, $i.7D3.0O; fancy, $2.003.00 per barrel. Cranberries $8.75039.50. Limes 90e. Pineapples $3.5004.00 per ciate. Vegetables. Potatoes Virginia .sweet, $1.85uj) 2.00; New Jersey sweets, $3.253.50; choice white, car lots, 37c; No. 2, 35c, car lots. Onions Ohio, 4550c per bu; Span ish, $1.3503)1.45. Celery 2030c per dozen. Lettuce ll1o3'12c per pound. CHICKEN FEED HEADQUARTERS FOR Cypher's Chicken i eed Incubators and Supplies. SMITH GRAIN CO., Old Palton Warehouse. South Market Street. Bell 355. StaiU 2t. LEGAL NOTICE, Notice Is hereby Riven that the Plaiting Commission or tho city of Canton, Ohio, has amended Us plans for that portion or 1'lat ting Commission Plat No. 10, No. U and No 11. of the territory embraced between the Wheeling & I.ako Krlo ltailroad and the east branch of the Nlmishlllen creek, cast or Allen street aud west or Mouth cherry street. uald amendment plan being on file In the ofllce of the Hoard or Public Service, engln ee.-'g department, in the city hall for the In spection or persons Interested. said l'lattlnE Commission will meet each Monday morning at U o'clook, or oftonur, if necessary, beglurlng November eetli, iws, tor u periuu ui ei wccua m cuu umue or me Hoard or IMbllo service, in tho city Ha'l, to hear any objections that may be urged against said amended plan, - ort n- 'nuton, Ohio, this 22dday of JJovinbr, M08.. "' ' JullnV. mJCHMAN, PrebidenU NovilDecAlO, 17, 24,1)1. Want column advs., 30 words, Ihreo times, 25c; 1 week 50c, If paid In ad vance. For Rent and For Salo cards free to those who insert advertise ments. FOR BALC FOR SALE Phonograph, completo with recoiding and repiodiicing points; 15 musical records. PricG $12.50. Cost $25. Call 231 W. Fourth St, even ings. 8-dtf FOR. SALE Brown and and whltw leghorn chickens. Prices reasonable. Correspondence solicited Address Lo roy McCallum, R. D. No. 1, Alliance, O. 9tf FOR SALE Piano. Splendid tone. Easy action. Mahogany case, $147. This is a rare bargain. 534 W. Fourth St., Stark C-1922. 21-d3 FOR SALE A good paying business for a young man. Kindly call this week. Want to leave city. Address Box 13, care of News. 22-d3 FOR SALE One general purpose horse, slightly pavoment sore, "will sell cheap ;one draft horse, good work er in all harness, one covered grocery wagon, good as new, one light express wagon; one set single buggy harness. Call at 9G1 N. Dewalt St. 22-d3 FOR. SALI3 A bay family horso weighing 1100 lbs One of tho best city broke horses in Canton Call at 9G1 N. Dewalt St. 22-d3 FOR RENT. FOE RENT Five rooms at cT N Walnut St. Gas for light and heat. Inquire at 320 N. Walnut. Stark phono A-1484. 22-Q3 FOR RENT 5 room on one floor; bath and large clothes closet, natural gas, city water and all conveniences. For Rent four rooms and bath, steam heat, hot and cold water, natural gas and all conveniences. Inquire 712 S. Market St. or John Class, Saw Co. office, 700 S. Walnut St. 22-d3 LOST. LOST On West Tuscarawas street, near B. & O. depot, a French poodle Reward if returned to 815 W. Tusca rawas St., or Tel. 193 Stark. 21-d3 WANTED. WANTEI3 A boy as helper in press room Apply in morning between 10 and 12 o'clock. Morning News of fice. 22-tf WANTED You to learn your real nature; your husband's, child's, wifo, or partner, and how to properly control them. What organs need attention. Phrenology, Physiognomy, etc., prac ticed. Adults $1; children 35c. H C. LDetrlch, 709 S. Market St , Bell phono 733 ls-au MISCELLANEOUS. TYPEWRITERS All makes bought, sold, rented and re paired. OHIO TYPEWRIT- liiv HXCHANGE, 404 N. Cleveland Ave., Canton.O. if ItUniiER STAMPB- Steel dies, brass -tencllB, seals, check protectors. Ink pads and Ink, rubber type, door number?, selx inKinf- mumps, rrou -laiDor. iia Tuacarawai Blrreet 'ait NOTICE Human nature reads like a book. Before entering business, marriage, etc, let me give ycu some advice. Adults, $1.00; children, 35o. Satisfaction guaranteed. H. C. Do trlch, 709 South Market street. Bell 'phone 733. 12-22-Gd MEN AND BOYS, plumbing or bricklaying trade pays $5 to $8 nor day; we teach you by practical in struction in 3 months; position guar anteed; free catalogue. Coyne Trade School, 4975 Easton Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 12-1-y WILL HAVE a full car of poultry today. Call and get rupees before yon buy. Stark phone A-1518. 213 North Cherry St 21-d3 T" CAR LOAD of Christmas trees and wreaths just received. Will be sold at reduced prices. 213 N. Cheny St., Stark phohe A-1518. 21 d3 FREE We have decided lo give everyone a chanceto enjoy the im proved Edison phonograph or Victor talking machine in their own homu with a selection of records. Trial out fits will be delivered in tho order re ceived. Write or phohe. The Klein & Heffelman Co. Immediately SEVERAL CANTON MEN 'or vicinity, under 35, to prepare for coming Raljway Mail Clerk Exams. Good prospects. 279 Inter-Stato Bldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. TYPEWRITERS repaired and re modeled with all lato improvements. Work guaranteed one year with freo monthly Inspection and adjustment. Both phones, Stark C-18GG;Bell 680. G. R. C. Rogers, 231 W. Fourth St. '15-dtf QO TO . R. SLIMANS SYRIAN DRY GOODS STORE For all kinds ot Imported Fancy Dry Goods, Oriental Shawls, No- tions, Laces, Etc., at reasonable prices. No. 700 East Tuscarawas Street, Carton, Ohio.