Coshocton Daily Age from Coshocton, Ohio on May 24, 1906 · Page 5
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Coshocton Daily Age from Coshocton, Ohio · Page 5

Coshocton, Ohio
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Thursday, May 24, 1906
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r«je^*90*tt f.K ,'~ TmtedWitk ItiftA I Winifred '-S/ I attired Foster w*» Mr. Anderson ' -ttemark*bl« reiults are Mcur«d by trtttlnc whole wheat with malt extract. as it Illustrated by that widely known food product. Malta-Vita, sometimes called "The Perfect Food." la the preparation of Malta-Vita w« have these two factors.-- (a) the whole wheat, steamed and cooked In absolute cleanliness and containing every food element necessary to the sustenance of the human body, (b) pure malt extract containing all the nutrition of best selected barley In a readily digestible form, so nutritious and strengthening that doctors everywhere recommend it The malt extract, mixed with the cooked wheat, converts the starch of the wheat Into maltose, or malt sugar, an active digestive agent. The result is a perfect food, rich In all the nutrl- tlon that builds up bone and blood. brain and muscle, healthy tissue and nerve force. And Malta-Vita Is good to eat There's nothing like It. nothing that can take its place. After being mixed with the malt, the wheat Is rolled into wafer-like flakes.-- every grain a little flake-- and then baked in great, clean ovens under most Intense heat. From the ovens Malta-Vita comes crisp and brown, "done to a turn." the most deli- clous. the most healthful food In the world. All grocers. 10 cents. The Calendar. . · Today--Mrs. John Hanlon and Mrs. George Richie receive at the latter's home Jn honor of Mrs. Robert and the The tealmW a stranger ing will be with Mtst Wlleoxoa. Co'shorton ut h£.bride^ ** TM£Pictures of Gretchw~D*I«. current number of Burr Mack- E1. S'.anden and Ernest were the principals In a bicycle collision hi front of the Snyder grocery store Thursday morning. Mr Fmith was coming down Main stieet when Mr. Standen turned out from the curb. Neither noticed the other until too lute and the result was a saill for both. Neither was hurt and the only damages was a badly smashed wind wheel on -Mr. Standen's bicycle and soiled clothes for both riders. _ _ It is safe to say that the girls of 3906 are sweeter ana more beautiful than the girls of war times. The up-to-date "girls all take Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tta. 35 cents, Tea pr Tablets. C. E. Anderson. Crawford of Philadelphia. The Lady Gleaners meet with Mrs. Raymond Houston. % - The W. C- T. U. meets with. Mrs. King. Mrs. Zellars and Mrs. Foster entertain at the former's home for Mr. and Mrs. J. E- Anderson. Tomorrow--Classes seven and eleven of th3 M. P. church give an ice cream social on the church lawn. A called meeting of the W R. C. at the post room. *** Auto Trip. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Meek left today for an automobile trip to Columbus. They expect to be gone a ^*eek *# + Birthday Party. The following group of children were happily entertained Wednesday evening between the hours of four and seven by Miss lone Glenn in honor of her twelfth birthdav: France* Heser Mary Wagoner, Mary Elder. Audrey Athey. Mary Felver. Ula Siegrist, Ruskin Lawyer of Jvimbol- ton, Mary Agnew. \bbie Wood, Gosser, Margaret\ Johnson, Alice Yoe Ruth Sprankle. Ula Hamilton, Amu- Louise Gorseline. Alberta Callahan Baumgardner, Nellie Hennel 1U VWUVWVW ,,»*·» »»J»- -known; she Ms'scores of who are delighted to wish them both all posible joy and happiness and the handsome gifts bear eloquent testimony of the high esteem in'which both are held. Those who witnessed the ceremony. are were .the bride's parents Mr. and ^ likenosses S( Mrs. Richard Walker, Mrs. C. L. Morton and son John of Perrysville, yrs Will Payne and son William · -id Miss Henr'etta Belsar of Canal · "wisvllle. Miss Lizzie Roberts. Miss Vdith Brail. Mr. and Mrs. Charles \Valker, Misses Nellie. Mary b?rah Walker, Harry Walker, and Mrs. Prank Foster and daughter Lucy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zellars, Mrs". West and daughters Bessie and Irene, Miss Oli*e Walker and Miss Anna Walker. This evening Mrs. Zellars and Mrs. Foster will enterta'n at the formers home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. An- Tuesday the happy and Mr. intosh publishes two excellent pictures of Miss Margaret Baker, or rather of Miss Gretchen Dale, to use the name under which she is winning in the theatrical profession, characteristic and _ excellent that the pictures seen with interest by all of Miss Baker's friends. + * + District Three. The members of District Three the Ladies' Aid Socety of the B church invite all the'r friends to «pend this evening with them at the boue of Mrs. P*. M. Loos on North Tenth street. of U. an;l premised. A program has been a pleasant evenin PERSONALS T . ? "im ' WANTED Ladies in every locality to handle hiah ?rade extracts and perfumes. Liberal commission. E. J. Co.. 22 1 0 Abbey St. Cleveland, 0.190 ' Shipped Stock. Stilgenbauer and McBride shipped a carload of hogs and one of sheep to the Jersey City marfcet Thursday morning. f X l i l l f c t AJ«» ^« "·O*" " ' Lucn* Hunter, Doris Crowthers. Bes sie Wheeler. Phedora Timmons, Cath erine and Marian lyuntz. May Ball. . About twenty couples enjoyed throughly the May ball which was shen bv the Knights of Columbus Wednesday evening in Forbes hall. Johnston's orchestra furnished the music and .the devotees danced on ail unmindful *of the heat until the clock struck twelve. * * * Going to Far West. Mrs. Leona Londquist-Powers, of Columbus fas the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Brower Wednesday, and finished her real estate business here. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Everhart, parents of Mrs. Powers, will leave Columbus lor Seattle. Wash., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Poweis will visit in Cleveland, Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Janestown. N. Y., and will then spend a few days at Millersburg an.l they will make a few flays visit with Mrs. Morton before going on to then" home in Chicago where Mr. Andes-son is employed as a postal clerk. Thev will nrobably live in Aust n. ** + Cass-Lipscomb Wedding. Many Pittsburgh's will attend the wecidng of Miss Margaret Keir Cass and Charles Thomas Lipscomb of Columbia. S. C-, which takes place June 5 in the Tyrone First Presbyterian church. The marriage will be F. E. Pomerene is in Wellsulle on business. J E. Hissong went to Warsaw on business today. Dell Barnes went to Philadelphia Wednesday evening. :Miss Venon Hoftman went to Warsaw today to attend the Sunday school convention bfcing- hela rtiere. Dr. J . ' G . Can- went to Newcom- eisiown today on business. 1 Miss Neva Wh ting went to New- 1 · - ' --· -:n attend the Coshocton w th friends before goin to Seattle. * * + Election of Officers. The Ladies Guild of Trinity Fixing Cafe. Kinnev Bros, are glacing new linoleum on the floor of their new cafe. copal church held its regular meeting 20c, 25c 32c Ib. tt has that clear, amber color and rich Aroma that makes it the king of coffees. Over two tons of the famous 20c .grade sold by us last year. SHYUER GROCERY CO. Phone n. w - MaiB St Wedensday evening with Mrs. S. H. Nicholas at her home on Cambridge road the following of f cers for the Doming year being elected: President, Miss Emma Lee Vice President, Mrs. Rose Wiseu bun?. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs Sauvery. The quarterly offering was taken an offering which the ladies are ex pccttd to earn themselves, am which in this case amounted to ove $20. The Guild will meel aga'n in two wooks with Mrs. L. C. Robinson of Locust street. * + + In Honor of Guest. Miss Florence Peck of Coshocton is "in Dover visiting Miss Viola Peter of Wooster avenue. Miss Viola entertained ten of her young friends in honor of M ss Peck at her home on Tuesday evening.-- Canal Dover Herald. + * * Walker-Anderson Wedding. In the presence of a small company of relatives and very intimate friends Miss Nettie Walker of this city and Mr. J. Edward Anderson of Chicago exchanged the vows which made thorn man and wife. The Rev. Henly I. Kohler of the United Brethren church performed the ceremony the impressive ring serv'ce being used. The house was lavishly decorated with snow balls and ferns the same color scheme being- carried on the tables frorc whicbwthe elaborate wedding supper was^srved. The welding march was played by the bride's sister Miss Anna Walker and to its wedding will be laige and handsomely appointed with a large reception following at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kerr Cass. on Lincoln avenue, Tyrone. Mss Anne Cass will serve as her sister's maid of honor and Mi^s Fai'hful Ames of Chicago. Miss Rose Luke, of New York. Miss Gene- vie\c Hall of Ridgway, Pa.;« Miss Jane Lloyd of Pittsburg, Miss Aleta Geddes of Columbia and Miss Marie Mclntosh of Cleveland will be brides- ia ds. Mr. Lipscomb's best man will e Christie Bennet of Columbia and he groomsmen and ushers will in- Hide Chailes A. Cass and Robert B. Vilson. of Tyrone, Albert Douglas. J. 'aimer McMasteis. Vivian Gunion nul Haskell Porcher, all of Colun:bia: Walter Peterson of Davenport, i..' Frederick Orlady and William Rowe of Pittsburg and John P. Ramsey of St. Louis. Mr. L'pscomb and his bride will make their home at 1301 Senate strpet, Columbia, after September 1. Miss Hall will come directly to Pittsburg from Tyrone, as on the following day she will serve as brides \eiung. Mrs. J. C- Middleton of La dnv. Mrs. W. C. Teter and mai'l at' (he wedding of Miss Louise Magee and Baron Reidi de Reidenau. The Baien, who is m Washington, D C.. will arrive in Pittsburg Friday-- rittsburg Dispatch. * + + Lady Gleaners. The Lady Gleaners of the Chris- tiar. church will meet this evening with Mrs. Raymond Houston at her home on South Se\enth street. A special program has been prepared anO the public is cordially !nvited 10 attend. Pedro Party. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carpenter of Pme street entertained the following f.-iends with progressive ;/edro We-'- nesJay evening in honor o f then shiest Mi^s Delia Bowers of Kentotr Mr. and Mrs. William Can-, Mr. and Mrs Howard Hahn, Mr. and Mis. 0. J. Foster, Miss Mattie K rk. Miss Jennie West. Miss Maida Wilson. Mis^ Bessie Davis, Miss Bess Wilson. Mark Speck. Otis Ri?gs, Arthur McCausland, Cl.ule Neldon, Noah Me- Kee. * + + Called Meeting. The Woman's Relief Corps will have a called meeting at the post room Fr'day evening to arrange for Memorial day. fayette is visiting her daughter Mrs Clyde Walters in this city. George Barnes, student of Lafayette college, is spending a ria\s in Coshocton Mrs 3ert Leighn'nger of West La fayette is in this city on business to ^ _ daughte Marion .are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A Neptune in Roscoe. Dr. Teter wil join them soon and will return win tfapm to Cleveland. Mrs. O'Donald and Miss Harriett O'Donald who have been v siting th onuer's sister Mrs. Dan Lee let for their homp in Boston this mori 11°* * Margaret OHarron leaves to for Aberdeen, Ohio, wheie sh ,.. sner.d the sun-mer. Postmaster Case of Plamfleld wa in town Thursday. ...... e H. C. Miller of Tiverton'in lown Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Stover returned to their home in Parkersburs today after spending a week witn relatives in this city and county. CM*. Owens has gone to Magnetic Springs. . Satvniol Sh'pley and wife who have been visiting friends here, .eft this morning Mr. Shipiey for Circlevill and Mrs. Shipley for her home near C °rr"n b k McGlll returned to Columbus today after visiting friends here. p G McConnell distr ct superm tcndent of the Central Union Te.e phone company, returned to Akrot today after a business trip acre. J. C. Taylor went to Rockport, Y.. today and will for tfe boys aa* g t f l i . The gftaifs* Stock- tag o«t Rip-Proof Rub-Proof Knees Made of Linen, Heels Mite of Lintn, Toes Made of Linen. instep of wearer always In elastic ribbed part, no binding-easy off and on. No seam to touch any tender part of the toe. Knees made of special linen; very strong and durable. Very elastic, extra long and always in the right place. Tney are dyea in a way that makes them r»s different from ordinary hosiery as chalk is from cheese. Of course, you have often noticed how or- di,ary stockings make black feet when first wornand how · they cause the feet to burn. Aga'n you have noticed how tht lustrous black of new stockings is completely lost in the wash. Faulty dyeing is the cause of this. "Cadet" Scientific Stockings are dyed black-rich and deep, fast and stainless forever and they dent bum the child's feet becaase the dye is pure. The manufacturers guarantee that "Cadet" black does not tender th./stocking. You-positively cannot tear them. Th, boys who have tried them say they are the "candy." Made, for boys and girls at 25 cents the pair. Try one pair and get a complete course in Jiu Jitsu free. 1 1 m FULL move Kis houst hold gods there in the near future. Mrs. Elizabeth Fortune of Warsa\ returned home tooay after a visi vith friends here. j F. Bauey and wife went . rabr.lce todav to visit friends. Mrs. Henrv Piginan and Miss Li ie Veacb of Walhonding made business trip to this city today. + * * The Kooking Kluh. The Kooking Klub met Thursdav evening with Miss Edith McNaughton at her^ home on Main street those familiar "strains the bridal party en- who enjoyed the occasion being Miss ttred the narlor where the ceremony O'Donald of Boston who was an jn wa- performed. The bride wore a'vlted guost and the following clui Mrs. c'ty on A. C. Mcore was business today. in thi The Ransom Dry Goods Go. SENATE W. T, Knight Gets Message Of Death Cf * Aunt, Verdict in -Spier Case. New York, May 24.-- A verdict suicide was rendeied by the jury the inquest into the death by a pist shot wound of Charles L. Spier at h home at St. George, Staten Jsland. on the morning of May 7. Mrs. Spier told the story of the fatal night coolly and calmly She was the most important witness except Otto Hansen. Spier's secretary, whose testimony it was that the iury finally decide that his . A telegram Thursday announce.! the sad news that Mrs. Jane Baugh man. aunt of W. T. Knight and John S. naughman. of Ihis city, had die at her home in Rcdfield, S. P., age- G l . of heart trouble caused by drops* lust UM-CC weeks ago ier husband John Baughman, died, and was buric at his hold home in New Gu Hon thi? county. Mrs. Baughman was bom in Co shocton county and leaves thrc brothers here--G. W. and Mario Claik. of the western part oi th county and Isaac Clark of Kno county. The remains will be brought here by her son. James, and wife, the two other sons, George and Lester re I . . . . i. Continued from Page One; the grass about the capitol" aome ; yeat« ago was t6ld by Williams (Mis*.) In eply to the "stand -pat" speech ,ot Land is. He stated that he had walked hrough Coxey's army while it was encamped in front of the capitol and at bat time the Wilson43orman bill -was mder discussion in the senate. He nsisted that the government was still operating under the McKinley bill at that time, and that revenues were being collected u»der that Republican measure. Mr. Williams said he was encouraged in the fight the Democrats were making in favor of tariff reform because a the number of Republican Hulcrs wfio .were dashing to the re- nef of the protective tariff. He said the sledge hammer debater, Mr. Hepburn (la.):'the chaste and brilliant Boutell. and even the humorist of the . Republican side, Mr. Cushman (Wash.) afternoon prepared to kill mmseii. SWS^^ STAR CLOTHING COHPANY RAILROAD CORNER \. Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26 we will sell $1.00 Jeans Pants for 75C ^ ^^ ---- ~--^^--^^^--~----**^^^^^** 75c Pants for 60c, KNEE PANTS, SIZES 3 TO 16 - 50c Pants for 38c, -· 35c Pants lot J9c DO NOT MISS THIS SALE, IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY had been all commandeered to ^^ the protective theory and he inferred from this that the attacks were having tffect H was Mr. Williams' solemn belief that the worst thing about the proactive tariff was that it bribes and torruuts the friends of good govern( ment. He said the Republicans woul* * come Into the Democratic party and 8a y to the friends of free trade: "We will protect you against frost; we will protect you against hail," and so the Democrats yielded and even he had been indirectly approached along some similar lines, but he had been thus fax . able to say "g«t thee behind, Satan. Mr Longworth of Ohio talked on' the merits of the diplomatic and con- · sular bill. He made a strong plea for4 the purchase of buildings by this government in foreign countries, and.' 4T said- "Then the marf of moderate, f+| means, the man who most truly rep-J *1 resents the bone and sinew of this re-J 1+« public, would not be placed at a disad-| vantage as compared with another man who had more money/' Immigration Bill Passed. Washington. May 24.-In addition to passing half a dozen bills, to which no objection was made, the senate devoted its entire session to the immigration bill, which was passed. The major portion of the discussion was devoted to the provision for supplying informa tion concerning the different sections of the country to newly-arrived immi grants. The bill consists of a series of amendments to the existing law, all of thorn intended to permit stricter regulations for keeping out the defective classes of aliens. The head tax is increase. 1 f'-om *2 to $3. tt tt tt t; t; t; t; Star Clothing Co. Railroad Corner SUNDAY HATES. Special rates cacti Sund*y at of one and one UU eenU p« for milaage traveled *ttB of flat rate of $1 5« to Kent and rtte M»m+it*f«tMi

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