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PSK1 THE DAILY TIMES Creed WE believe in working, not weeping; in boosting, not knocking; and in the happiness your musical instrument can bring to your i home. WE believe that one deed done well today is worth two deeds tomorrow, and that no man is down and out until he bas lost faith in himself and all others. WE believe in today, and the good work we are doing/ in tomorrow and the good work we hope to do, and in the sure reward which the future holdh for our organization. WE believe in courtesy, in kindness in generosity, in good cheer, In friendship, in music in the home, and in honest methods. WE believe there is something doing somewhere, for every one ready to do it. FORMER BUCHS TWP. MAN DEAD Funeral services for Charles A. Eckert, 75, a former Bucks township resident, who died in Columbus Saturday evening following a I second stroke of paralysis, were held in Columbus, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Eckert was born in Bucks township and is well known in tho western part of the county. He had j resided in Columbus for about forty years, where he was employed as a traveling salesman. His wife. who survives him, was formerly.Sarah Rinehart. One son, R. E. Eckert, Columbus, also survives. Mrs. Wm. Groh, West Fair street, is a sister, and John Eckert, residing near Fiat, is a brother. The late Fred Eckert, of Port Washington, was also a brother. Mrs. Charles Barthelmeh, this city, is a niece. “POINTER” TO BE PUBLISHED ACAIN Mineral City, Jan. 29— The Mineral City Pointer, a local weekly newspaper, publication of which has been suspended several times during the past five years, expects to resume in the near future. W. O. Markham, of East Liverpool, is to be the new editor. He and his family are now occupying the Wilbur Burkhart property in North High street. Toledo Lady Gives Facts For Benefit of Others 30MB HAIR AND IT STAYS COMBED, GLOSSY Sreaselcss Combing Cream Costs Few Cents a Jar, any Drug Store Just a few days left * To take advantage of this A son was born Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rsezska, 226 West Front street. He has been named Edward. Civic' club banquet in M. E. church. Tuesday at 6.30. $1 per plate. For Civic Club women only. Schrieber Dry Cleaning. Phone S78. Call us—we’ll call. 2S*3t Your broken lens duplicated accurately in a few* hours, new lenses j }0oed hair stays combed a HAIR GROOM TMM MASK IM. Keeps Hair Combed Even obstinate, unruly or sham-; av in iiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiii MOST Extraordinary Offer Ever Made in Tuscarawas County. INHERE IS 0U9'PLAN: IIIIIIIIIII Iiiiitiiiiiiini! IIIIIMIII iii ; ii HIC ll Ii: Ii; IHI in 3 mw :'p. WW sip klm “My long search for a good health tonic ended when I found Tanlac, for it fitted my case perfectly and in my opinion is the best under the sun,” is the precise statement of Mrs. Pearl Daust, a popular demonstrator of toilet articles, who resides at 343^ Surn- WE BELIEVE THE STAMP you will look OF QUALITY. for # HAY!) IS HEAD DF WILLE TRADE BOARD Uhrichsville, Jan. 29— A. B. Hays was elected president of the board of trade at the annual meeting held Monday night, succeeding F. E. Ubricb. Other officers are: ll. B. Galbraith, first vice president; G. VV. Reed, second vice president; W. It. ! Treadway, third vice president, and 1 W. B. Devine, treasurer. mit street, Toledo Ohio. “I was so worn out and .my nerves so excited that even a shop ping trip was a burden to me. Headaches, loss of appetite and sleep wasted my strength and at times I ached all over. Distress always followed my meals and I felt tired and depressed whether at w’ork or recreation. “Tanlac has given me a wonderful appetite, perfect digestion, peaceful sleep, freedom from all aches and pains and an abundance of radiant health for which I am truly thankful. Tanlac stands high in your old frames, new frames and mountings. Everything for .comfort of people who wear glasses. Jackson’s Optical Office, Hotel Reeves building. , eod-tf A son was born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Jonee, Tuscarawas avenue, Dover. Mr. Jones is a clerk in the Dover postoffice. Lukens Dry Cleaning, Phone 176. Ever on the alert to give its patrons the best possible enterain- ment, an A. B. Chase piano has become a part a fthe equipment of the Union Opera House, tiful singing tone will add much to your pleasure. Sold only by The Helling Piano Co. 2S-3t Look for our creed on this page. Staff Piano Co. Born, a son, Sunday, to Prof. and Mrs. J. A. Neff, West High street. Black walnut twist 50c per pound and Jersey caromels 19c per pound. Blue Bird. 29-lp Baldness can be prevented easier than It can be cured. Stop falling hair and get rid of dandruff by using Parisian Sage; best for the hair. F. C. Mea sells it with money back guarantee Forrestcra will have a euchre any style you like. “Hair-Groom’ s a dignified combing cream which jives that natural gloss and well- groomed effect to your hair—thai mal touch to good dress both ir iusiness and on social occasions. Millions use greaselcss, stainless ‘Hair-Groom” because it docs not show on the hair. It is absorbed oy the scalp, therefore the hair remains so soft and pliable and sc latural that no one can possibly tell you us£d it. Not sticky or smelly. ; street, New Philadelphia. Mr. Its beau.- j Reborn is secretary of the Dover Overcoat or Suit Regular Price $30 Both for $40 Overcoat or Suit Regular Price $35 Both for $45 "Can you wear th'se sizes" 36, 37, 38, 39? erg good selection left to pick from Overcoat or Suit Regular Price Both for $50 If so, we have a Positively no strings to this c.'Ter, if you need a Suit and Overcoat, just buy one at the regular price and get either one for $10; or if you do not need both ot them. get your father, brother, or friend to buy af the same thing, and you can pay halt the price of the two garments. Very simple isn’t it, and just think what you can save! A REASONABLE DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY GARMENT UNTIL SALE ENDS. Chamber of Commerce and alsoi secretary of the Kiwanis club, Do-j ver. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kollie of Cuy-j aboga Falls have returned to their; home after spending the week end with Mrs. Kollie’s parents, Mr., and Mrs. William Fritz, Washington street, Dover. Mrs. R. B. McGiffeu, guest at the home of lier parents. Attorney and Mrs. Henry Bowers, is spending the week with her Sister, Mrs. Carl Ludwig in Orrville. Miss Pearl Conway, nurse aud stenographer in the surgery of, Doctors Douthitt and Downey, Do r We are above the high rent level, therefore we can go the limti in saving you real money. OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL 7. SALE ENDS THURSDAY THE CLO^^S SHOPPE SECORD FLOOR OPPOSITE CAR OFFICE. KARI. RODI), Prop. NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO. in my estimation anil I don't bes!1 party Thursday night, January 31. i ver, Is ill w ith grippe at the home , tate to praise it to others." Starts at 8 o'clock. 2'J-3t of her mother. Mrs. Chris Hippo],! praise Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists. Accept no substitute. Over 40 million bottles sold. Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills. The Staff Piano Co. BASKETBALL COACH FRACTURES ANKLE Beach City, Jan. 29—Clovis Garber. teacher of the A grammar room and coach of the high school basketball teams, broke bls ankle while practicing with his team in the opera house, Monday night. As result of the accident there is no school as they have no other teacher to take his place. liOVERNOR OPPOSES CIGARET SMOKING (Bulletin) Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 29.— Condemnation of cigarette smoking by any one today was expressed by Governor E. F. Morgan of West Virginia, after he read press dispatches concerning the death of Margaret Eliott Harding, daughter lot W. P. G. Harding, Governor of : the federal reserve bank of Boston. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Jennie Witman to Walter Whitman. part lot IG, New Philadelphia Charles Wagner et. a1 to Herman and Helen Fratik., lot G, Dover. Charles and Maude Lehman to Paul J. Atkinson, lot 1030, Newcomer stow u. Franklin Trueman to Matilda Trueman, part lots 365-366, Uhrichsville. The Union Lumber Co. to Edward Wassem, part lot 36, Doser.1 Bigler. George <md Josie Wills to Wa!- L. T. Barnes, 707 East Fair street New Philadelphia, was operated on; Monday at Union hospital. 1 . , i •* v A square deal to every piano pur ; chaser. The Staff Piano Store. Open ' * evenings. 2-4w ❖ Fresh cut bone for chickens at Cox Market. Phone 393. 2-tf 1T&F Look for our creed on this page. Stall' Piano Co. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Race street, Dover. * ❖ ❖ * <• •> V -J- V # DUNDEE Mrs. Sevilla Peter and sen, Carli of Winesburg, are spending several driys with Mr. and Mrs. E. J.' Peter. J. II Lapp of New Philadelphia,; I luebner, Gnadenhutten, a girl Mon- was in town, on business, Friday. day. A Community forewell slipper j Eyes teated free Property fitted was given at the school auditorium glasses prevent eye strain Ihnt Saturday evening in honor of the causes extreme nervousness and 1 'following families, that are leav- iieadacbe. W W. Ford, office aver lug the community UT CIVIL WAR VETERAN IS DEAD Beach City, Jan. 29.—James Crise, Wilmot Civil war veteran, died at the Soldiers and Sailors Home, at Sandusky, Monday night, according to information reaching here. Funeral services will be held at I p.m., Thursday, at the Wilmot Methodist church. Burial will be made in Wilmot. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells flow To Get Quick Re* lief from Head-Coldsf It’s Splendid! In one minute your clogged nostril* will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling; blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. (iet a small bottle of Ely’s Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of tho head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It’s just fine. Don’t stay stuffed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh—Relief pornos bo quickly. DANCE At Mountview Park WINTER GARDEN TONIGHT Ramsour’s Orchestra Park Plan EX-CHIEFS WIFE 18 IMPROVING Mrs. A. L. Esplch, North Sixth street, undergoing treatment for removal of malignant growths at Corry, Pa., is getting along fine, her husband wrote to Acting Chief of Police Albaugh. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Warren L. Shull, machinist. Uhrichsville, to Hazel M. Maholm, Lock Seventeen. ** Subscribe Tor The Dally Time*. THE DAILY TIMES BIBLE COUPON Two distinct styles of this wonderful Book Books have been adopted for this great paper Bible distribution. One is the far-famed Red Letter Bible (Christ’s sayings printed in red for immediate identification), and the Bleck Print Bible for those who prefer that style. Only Three Coupons and the Mere Nominal Cost of Manufacture Distribution Clip this cocoon and two others and present or mail them to this paper with the sum set opposite either style, and come Into possession of your Book of Books st anoa. Mail Orders: Style A—Red Letter Bible, Mf- lapping Ump teal grain rover, red edtfes. round comers, cold lettering, large, clear print, no three coupon* and only * * •STO Style B—Black Print Bible, flash limp black seal grain corer, red edges, medium large type, strong and durable, three coupons ao . and only --------- ,, Char- New ter and Pearl Robb, 13 IOO acres, Dover. Lillie Lantzer to Harry Lantzer, lot 39, Dover. Alice end D. L. Nolan to les and Clara Beatty, lot 20, Philadelphia, Jacob anil Elizabeth Schumaker to Pearl Scliultheiss, part lot 90, New Philadelphia. Gottfried and Elizabeth Kinsey to Walter Kinsey, part lots 4-5,1 Dover. Michael Kellmer ct. a1, to Guy and Nellie Farquharson, land, War ren twp. Robert Reid to Elizabeth Roen- baugh, lot 9S6, Dennison. Charles and Lizzie Peters to The . Moss Tire & Rim Co., lots 1485- ! 1486, Uhrichsville. Luciano and Guiseppina Copello, to Salvatore Yasile, lot 597, Dennison. Jacob and Matha Bremiser to John Bremiser, lot 12, Sugarcreek.1 Th© Finzer Bros. Clay Co. to, Samuel Schlabach, land, Sugarcreek. Benjamin and Anna Gross to George and Alma Dietrich, lot IO, : Gnadenhutten. Daniel and Sarah Heck to D. and Ina Hunt, lot 59, Clay twp. Sarah Ann Lewis to George Mau rer, lot 3, New Philadelphia. Emmet and Ida Frye to J. Bruce and Charles Greenlee, lot 1653, Uhrichsville. Susan Weber to Chester Huprich lot 325, Strasburg. Ralph and Emma Toomy to Tho mas Kemp, 327 acres, Dover twp. Gnadenhutten. Building & Loan Co. to William Danterman, lots £12-213, Dennison. Sheriff Stucky to Clarence and Frances Archinal part lot SO, Dover Emma Rosenberry to City of Dover, .07 acres, Dover. Walter and Daisy Allensworth to Russell aud Maude Carr, 1-9 aer<?r MUI twp. John end Mary Riley to James Gibbs, lot 9, Doer. Woolworth store. 3-eod-tf Good building lot for sale. East side North Fifth street. Second lot from /park entrance. S, S. Phone SSS X. 2S-Gp Black walnut twist 50c per pound and Jersey caromels 19c per pound. Blue Bird. 29-lp Just received, a beautiful new showing of Spring Hats from New j York. They are priced at from $4.95 up . See them at Simpson's. Hundreds of new Player rolls are ! being added each week to our large stock. Special a $1 roll for 75c. The Heiling Piano Co. 28-3t j Mrs. Lonnie Parrish of Gnadenhutten is lying at the point of death the result of peritonitis. Tennent and Stultz, professional; piano tuners. Telephone 726, New Philadelphia. 25-30p Look for our creed on this page. Staff Piano Co. Wanted — Pork and Veal. The j Only Sausage Co. Phone 731. • ' 15-tf | Pythian Sisters degree staff will give a euchre and 500 party Tuesday evening at K. of P. hall 28-2 Lukena Dry Cleaning. Phone 176. Rev. J. E. Weinland of Dover was a business visitor in Pittsburg Tuesday. Oranges cheaper than apples, 216 CLASSY SHOW (Continued from Dane I) thing new in local minstrel circles. “Bedelia” was interpreted by Miss Mildred Murphy aud Elizabeth Huff; “School cille Ruefly “Alexander's Ragtime Band” by Missed Virginia Arnold and Gertrude Donahue; “Robert E. Lee’ by Misses Mary. Webster and Hazel Borger; “Annie Rooney” by Misses Fay© Phillips and Maxine Rickard, and “Sweet Adeline” by Miss Esther Stone and a quartette. The Mr. and Mrs.(act went big. ' S. T. Maybach and daughter; Mr. “Pull Over to The Curb, tho and M;s. Ray Everhart, Mr. and next stunt, took the audience from Mrs Fred L.iutzcnheiser. A large the sentimental to tbs ridiculous, crowd was present with wall filled “Tat” Cete, cs the motorist detained by the traffic cop, “Dutch" Schenk, kept the house in an uproar. It furnished tab snappiest and most humorous bits of dialogue in the entire, show. * Girls Search Audience. A touch of pro'.' • rn a1 is rn was gives the performance iii the next act, “I’m Looking tor Air. Smith.” f in which Miss Lucille Ruefly. as ^Ieve' soloist, took the leading part. The chorus picked its way through the audience.“Looking, for Mr. Smith," j with searchlights. It was different, ; adding variety do the program. ! Roman Cenator Act Clever “In Roman Days” furnished the j vehicle for Bill Polen to establish a name for himself as an actor. Polen was the Roman senator; \ ir- ginia Arnold His daughter. “Penny ■ Ante,” and Vernbn Boddows was I “Archibald,” a Roman gladiator. I The sketch was. ludicrous, just as I it was intended to< be. Polen left I nothing to be desired, so clever I was bis interpretation of a guaranteed each and every one of the girls was under IS years of age. The dancers were “Sunny” Schenk. “Dutch” Schenk, Harold Rath. “Tat” Get;:. Nelson Henderson, aul Ray Seibold. The cast was drilled by H. Ted Days” by Miss Lu- Routsou. representative of The Joe md Lucite Sable; i Bren Production Co., which concern baskets and spread on a of the . mort elaborate supers served here for 30me time. R. S. Allison went to Carlton, oil i business, last Monday. D. C. Sliffe and Mr. and Mrs. E. j Poter visited with Mrs, Buffe at Union hospital, Dover. Tuesday I evening. Mr. arid Mrs. R. I/. Rice and family left Wednesday fo land to attend the automobile show , and visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. I Booher. f S. Pr Everhart went to New Philadelphia, on business, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Maybach and family moved to Applecreek, Wed ncsday. FALLS IN GYM, WRIST BROKEN is well known in New Philadelphia for minstrel shows it has put on for both the Elks and Bronx clubs. The scenery and customs, fur- n’shed by the company, added much to the success of the production. Included in the cast were: Rodmen—Sunny Schenk*. Edward Buller. Carl Schenk, C. E. Stoneham'-. Ray Seibold, Harold Rath. Eek Morgan, Ed. Goulder. Ballard singers—Joe Helmick, June Tennent, Vernon Bcddows-and Alvin Whit mer. Harmoists—T. E. Sensanbaugh- er. Nelson Henderson, Ray Swind- ermrn. Clark Swisshelm, E. E. Nixon. Charles Sharp, Yk B Myers. Russell Henh’ngcr. Ck McMath. Wit Lam Henhinger. Ollie Smith. Pan- Ha! France. Charles Moseley and C. Fk Edwards. Syneopators — Misses Gertrude Donahue. Virginia Arnold. Grace Lewis. Es'lier Stone, Mildred Murphy. L’.iHHe P’lefly. Mary Webster, El ira TTC th Rn iff. Tm cite Sable. Maxon Rickard. Elhaheth Vc fit , chn, ‘.Bane! Borger and Fi ve Phiilios. The show v - * 11 be rebated tonight, and tomorrow night. Canardtv houses aye expected at both performances. WINE MAKER IS ASSESSED JUS.] Frank Richards, native of Naples residing on South 3rd street, Dennison, was fined $100 and costs Monday evening by Mayor Charles B. Jeffries, Dennison, on a charco of possessing 125 gallons of win0, which officers said he was selling to hoys, 15 and IC years old for 1 $1.25 a quart. Officers said that when they entered the home a wine press was being operated. They also found four boxes full of raasius. Leniency vs as shown because Richards Bas five or six children. rive raid was conducted by Chief of Police W. E. Poland, assisted by Safety Director Joseph Polen and State Prohibition Enforcement Officer T. E. Franklin, this city. SEAL DEES DIEL ti Prc-prohibitSon cd in common pk morning, when South Broadway prietc’, sought drys were recall- es court Tuesday John ll. Graff, restaurant proto collect a beer bill, s tending since 1919, from Charles Lints, North Broadway. Lints hid filed a counter claim, {'Cu'aso'ng he owed Graff $338.35. Jury returned a verdict for that amount in favor of Graff. American Legion building, last Saturday, fell and fractured his right arm near the wrist. Roman } Philadel- J. GENERAL OIL HEAD SENTENCED TO PEN (Bulletin) Houston, Texas, Jan. 29.— S. E. J. Cox, former head of the $20,000,000 General Oil Company was sentenced to five years in the federal penitentiary and fined $15,000 for using the mails to defraud by Judge J. C Hutchinson, in federal court here today. Send amount for Style A ar Sty!* B, with three of these coupons, and include 13 cento additional for postage and packing. Every Reader Should Have a New Bible FINGER CRUSHED The year and a half old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schumacher. East 4th street, Dover, suffered a crushed finger when it. was caught in the wringer of a washing machine. size, 28c per dozen Wednesday and Thursday at Hiller’s Grocery. Phone 473. Free delivery. 29-1 Artistic piano tuning by tuners of 20 years’ experience, and absolutely guaranteed. Call 445. The Hefling Piano Co. 28-3t Schrieber Dry Cleaning. Phone 878. Call us—we’ll call. 2S-3t Forresters will have a, euchre party Thursday night, January 31. Starts at 8 o’clock. 23-3t It is a fact, Hefling’s prices are lower. Buying pianos in car lots saves our customers hundreds of dollars. Why,pay more elsewhere? The Heiling Piano Co. 28 3t Look for our creed on this page. Staff Piano Co. For Sale—new six room modern house, alley corner lot. Will be sold at a sacrifice if sold soon. S. S. Bigler, Phone 53S-X. 28-3p Oranges cheaper than apples; 216 size, 28c per dozen Wednesday and Thursday at Hiller’s Grocery. Phone 473. Free delivery.1 23-1 W. H. McCullough is spending the week at his home in East High street. Just received, a beautiful new showing of Spring Hats from New York. They are priced at from $4.95 up . See them at Simpson’s. Forresters will have a euchre party Thursday night, January 31. Starts at 8 o’clock. 29-3t Card party, Moose Hall. Friday, Feb. 1st. Everybody welcome. Come early. Game called at 8 sharp- 29-3t Oranges cheaper than apples, 216 sue, 28c per dozen Wednesday and Thursday at Hiller’s Grocery. Phone 473. Free delivery. 29-1 A son was born Monday evening at Union hospital to Mr’ and Mrs. Walter Eichorn, 133 South Fifth I ORDER MAGNOLIA R.D. BRANER ABANDONED Washington, Jan. 29—The Baltimore and Ohio railway was authorized by the I. C. C. today to abandon its Magnolia branch near Sandyville, Ohio. SSI >r . NOTICE KNIGHTS OF MALTA St. Omer Commandery, Knights of Malta will hold red cross council Wednesday evening. January 30 Red cross jewel and white gloves and tie. Press Comm. Russell Leutz. Dover, while exercising iu the gymnasium of the, , , »Dover I senator coming to New ’ phia in the twentieth century. “Sunny” Schenk theu demonstrat. ed how the great American jazz song, “Yes, We Have No Bananas is rendered in every country in the world. Each country was represented by an individual dancer as follows: France, Elizabeth Raiff; Spain. Grace Lewis; Ireland, Gertrude Donehue; Scotland, Elizabeth Van Lehn; Turkey. Lucille Sable; China, Mary Webster, and Italy Esther Stone and Virginia Arnold. The skit was climaxed by the famous sextette from Rustystilleto in its conglomerated rendition of tbs, famous Lucia with banana words. It was a scream. Introduce Clever Dancer Real art was displayed by Nelsou Henderson in a dance specially, "The Scare Crow.” This young man displayed amazing agility and sense of equilibrium. The act was different and appealed to the patrons of the show. The final act was called the “Farewell Party,” and it was a mix; ture of foolishness and cleverness. Ed. Butler, as the theatrical magnate. “Sunny” Schenk as “Sap" and Harold Rath as “Fluke”, a pair of vaudeville artists seeking bookings, furnished the fun. There was many a laugh in their lines and antics. The remainder of this act was devoted for the most part to the chorus dancing with Miss Virginia Arnold as soloist. The intricate steps were executed with as much rythym and grace as it would have been possible for professionals to do it. The girls were encored repeatedly. A take-off on the Imperial Russian Ballet dancers was about a* foolish an. act as was ever staged j in a home talent production. Tin ‘heavy” footed terpsicboreans. costumed so as to exhibit their avoirdupois. were “grace” personified. 1 The dancers’ manager announced they had studied for fifty years to j learn the Intricate steps, yet he When you axe suffering with rheumatism so you can hardly get around just try Red Pepper Rub and you will have Hie quickest relief known. Nothing has such concentrated, penetrating heat as red peppers. Instant relief. Just as soon as you apply Red Pepper Hub you feel the tingling heat. In three minutes it warms the sore spot through and thrpugh. Frees the blood circulation, breaks up the congestion—and the old rheumatism torture is gone. Bowles Red Pepper Rub, made from red peppers, costs little at any drug store. Get a jar at once. Use it for lumbago, neuritis, backache, stiff neck, sore muscles, colds in chest. Almost instant relief awaits you. Be sure to, get the genuine, with the name Bowles on each package. DIG N. V. PLANTS C. E. Hanna, owner of a dry cleaning plant in the rear of West High street and vice president of the Ohio State Association of Cleaners and Dyers, returned home Monday from a week’s business trip to New York where he inspected the largest cleaning plants. While there Mr. Hanna met Joe Roes, 17, and his sister, Miss Margaret, 19, nephew and niece of Mrs. Hanna who arrived last Wednesday on the Aquitania, from their home in Swansea, South Wales. They expect to make their home in New Philadelphia with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd, North Ninth street. 6,1 Mi f PROBE NEW ANGLE Lester Rudely. 19. charged with carrying a concealed revolver, was iinel by Mayor Hobart. Tuesday. Another angle of the case is being investigated by Dover authorities lf I. jl S OiiUtJi Charles McKinney, east of Dennison, arrested Monday afternoon by Constable John W. Schweitzer, is to appear Saturday before Justice of the Peace John Stevenson, to an ewer to a charge s failure to scud two minor children to School regularly. Double Trading Stamps On all Purchases Wednesday S. S. Urfer Dry Goods Co. Mew Phi la.

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