Business & Professional Notices from 1906

ACKERSON MARKET CO: Articles of Incorporation Filed this Week for Firm Doing Business Here. In the county clerk’s office of Sussex county, N.J. on Wednesday were filed articles incorporating the W.D. Ackerson Market Company. The capitalization authorized is $50,000, of which $10,000 is paid in. The incorporators are William D. Ackerson, Albert Klein and J. Cook Hendershot. Markets are now operated by this company at Hibernia, Newton and in this city besides some other smaller places. (Middletown Daily Times, January 26, 1906)

Columbus, O., Feb. 12 — That the trustees can not be required to admit epileptics and hopelessly deformed applicants, and that the institution is not equipped for them, is the defense that will be made by Superintendent Rorick of the state institution for the care of the feeble-minded youth, in answer to the suit filed by the sheriff of Logan county to compel him to admit Walter Reynolds, the seven-year-old Bellefontaine boy who is deaf, dumb, and blind, and has been declared an imbecile. (Coshocton Daily Age, February 12, 1906)

It was expected that there would be a change in the management of the state institution for the feeble minded at the end of the month, as Dr. E.H. Rorick some time ago tendered his resignation as superintendent. At the time, it was apparent that this institution would be reorganized, but the unexpected death of Governor Pattison puts a new phase on the matter, or rather maintains the status quo. At the meeting of the trustees this week no action was taken on Dr. Rorick’s resignation, nor was there anything done toward choosing a successor. No candidates for the post were even talked of. It is possible that Dr. Rorick will continue in his present position. (Coshocton Daily Age, June 25, 1906)

D.D. Rorick of this city, received the nomination at the hands of the democratic convention, for the position of Clerk of the District Courts. Dal is well acquainted with the needs of this particular office, and it the voters see fit to put him in charge of its affairs, he will give them the best of service. It has been a long time since he has asked for support in a political way, and now is when you can show your appreciation for his services to the party. (Oxford Mirror, September 27, 1906)

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