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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FrlOny, February 19, 1QIC
Items of Personal and General Interest, from
Our Corps of Special Correspondents
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Mrs. J. H. Norrlck wan tlio guest
of Mrs. Thurlow Burger In Mt. Vernon
H. F. Snyilor of Ft. Woyno, Ind.,
-was a Fredorlektown visitor last Sat
urday. Charles Wllmot of Mansfield was
calling on frlonds In this iIaco last
Uist Friday and Saturday woro rod
lottcr days for Fredorlektown as tills
was the occasion of tho Frodcrlck
town Farmers' Institute Good at
tendance marked all Uio Bosslons al
though tho farmors had to como out
In blizzard weather and through deep
snow to get hero. This fact alone
shows tho intonso interest our farm
ors tako In tho Instltuto and tholr do
Blro to know tho latdut things con-
corning their business. Tho programs
woro carried out practically us ar
ranged and presented many features
especially Interesting nnd Instructive.
Tho orchestra music was ono of tho
drawing cards of tho occasion. At
tho business mooting tho following
ofllcers were oloclcd to servo tho com
President II. G. McClolland.
Vice President J. K. Drown.
Secretary C. V. Braddock.
Treasurer I.oandcr Cay wood.
Executive Cominlttco Austin Car
pentor Lloyd Lovorlng and William
Monday night during tlio big llro at
Mt. Vernon thoro was a curious phe
nomena exhibited to tho Frederick
town peoplo. Tho south sky near tho
horizon was Illuminated by tho red
light of tho flro novon mlloB away
which told of tho big loss to our coun
ty seat town. High up In tho sky was
n long narrow roiloctlon on tho clouds
thnt looked a great deal llko an Im
mense comet In fact many peoplo
began to think thnt tho Ilulloy comet
wnB beginning to show itsolf,
Tho First National Dank of tills
place was ono of tho bjddors for tlio
deposit of Mt. Vornon city funds the
Tho Knights of Pythias will hold
their uuuual banquet on tho 22nd of
this month. This order In n otrong
ono In Fredorlektown and for this oc
casion thoy novor Bparo oxpenso or
labor to mako It ono of tho leading
soclnl oventfl oi Uio year nnd If tholr
plans for this winter are carried out
It will surpass all formor endeavors
in tills line.
Tlio next meeting of tho Pomona
(Irango will bo hold nt Morris Orange
hall on Saturday, Fobmnry 19th .
During tlio novum wind nnd snow
Btorm In this place last Salurdny
night our poplo woro groatly excited
to hear tho flro boll sound an alarm
and In a fow minutes to hco tho east
ern sky lighted up with llaincs. In
vestigation proved It to bo tho muoko
Iioubo of Mnyor Morris Hagorty. Mr.
William Martin nnd Mr. Porry Cover
farmers from iioulh of town had bor
rowed tlio use of tho houso to smoko
their meat when tho llro took pluco.
The house was a now ono valued at
twonty-llvo dollars and tho moat des
troyed was valued at Hovonty-flvo dol
lars. Mr. and Mm. Alex. I.ovo hnvo boon
on tho sick IIhI the past week.
Mrs. M. W. Borden entertained on
Tuesday evening the lollowlng: Ilov.
nnd Mrs. Tlioa. Humbly, Mr. and Mrs.
J. II, 1'ooto, Mr. nnd Mrs. Copper, Mr.
SmontH and Mrs, Woods.
A, .1. Nowtwort of Cincinnati, 0
was a lallor in this place last Satur
day. Mis. Maun of Ml. Vernon visited her
sister, Mrs. Alox I.ovo, in this plnco
(lie past week.
Mr. and Mm. .1. M. Dunn entertain
ed Monday evening (ho following
guest, Mr, nnd Mr. Harry Tavonor,
Mr. and Mru. W. Anders, Miss Sylvia
and Miss Maggie Doun, Mr. and Mrs,
Mrs. ltowloy entertained In honor
ot Mrs. Unnn Durbin of Ohorlln on
Thursday uvenlnx. Tlwiio pi event
ore Mr. and Mr. W. S. (Jumiiilitgii,
Mrs. Kiln Mount and Mrs. II. 1). Tay
lor. II. 1. Chamberlain of Hudson, Ohio,
v,iis calling on friend In this pluco
Mrs. II. S. Taylor enUrtalned Mr.
Hurry and MUm Ilajtle Whltford on
At the meeting of Uio LiuEen' Aid
society or tho Methodist church Inst
week the following olhcars woro elect
ed: Prosldont, Mrs. J. II. Dicker; Vlc6
President, Mrs. M. P. Howoh; Second
Vice President, Mra. Charloa Ilrlggs;
Secretary, Mrs. Flo Darling; Treas
urer, Mrs, T. M. Dill.
Miss Kiln Mount oiitortnlned on
Sunday tho following; MIbb Sands,
Mrs. Llnim Durbln and Mrs. II. S,
Tho W. 0. T. U. hold tholr rcgulnr
monthly mooting on a'hursdny nt tho
homo of Mrs. Eastman.
Mrs. Llnna Durbln left for Mans
field Sunday afternoon, to spend bov
oral days visiting friends before re
turning to her homo in Oberlln,
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ackorman
and Miss Ada Cooper of Mt. Vernon
woro guests at tho homo of Mr. h. Ii,
Ackorman on Stindny last.
Mr. ond Mrs. 13. Cooper entertained
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Fox on Sunday
ueorgo E. Serm of Mt. Ploasnnt, O.,
wns a Fredorlektown visitor' last Sat
urday. Thirty new members havo been
added to tho Fredorlektown M. 12,
church by Hev. Thos. Hambly thus
for during 1910.
Miss Irene Sullivan of Mt. Vernon
visited Mrs. James Durbln In this
place last Saturday.
Mrs, W. II. Eastman, and children
visited relntlves in Gallon over Sunday.
Mrs. Abblo Parker and daughter,
Helen, visited with rolntlves In Mans
field last Sunday.
Mrs. Stanton Rlnchnrt visited
friends In Dutlor lasc Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Koycs and daughter,
loft Tuesday to visit friends in Chi
Mrs. P. L. Wllklns has been quite
111 the past week
The Modern Woodmen from this
placo aro planning to visit tho Mt.
Vernon camp on Friday evening of
Word wns received hero Monday
thnt Mrs. Helen Mclntlro had died
of pnoumonla nt Pittsburg, Pa., while
on n vlBlt with her son, Mr, Uelicr
Mclntlro. Mrs. Mclntlro was well
known In Fredorlektown, bolng a sls-
tor-In-law to Mrs. J. D. Braddock
and wns formorly a teacher In tlio
schools bore for a number of years
nnd her father was engaged In busi
ness horo also. At tho tlmo of dentil
Mrs. Mclntlro was abotu slxty-olght
yenis of ago and resided In Mt. Vor
non. Sho lcavos two sons, tho ono
In Pittsburg nnd Mr. Rollln Mclntlro
of Jit. Vernon; nlso thrco brothers
In Colorado nnd ono sister. Tho ro-
innlns woro brought from PlttBburg
on Tuesday ovonlng and tho funeral
wns hold at tho Mt. Vernon Presby
terian church nt 3 p. m. Wednesday,
niul burial at Mt. Vornon Mound
Mra. Dr. C. A. Beck and Miss I.ou
olln Heck of Mt. Vernon visited M. T.
Hock this week.
Geo. Burgess of Clovolnnd visited
hero Inst wcok.
Mra. Oscar Hansom and Mrs. Har
ry Unnsom vlsliod rolntlves bore this
Tho Methodist Brotherhood mot
Tuesday evening nnd nftor tlio open
ing exorcises tlio following woro In
itiated: J. C. Uaubor, Virgil Gablo,
T. M'. Dill and Guy Bartlott, after
which oystors and coffee were sorved.
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MIbb Gortrudo Hall was pleasantly
surprised Saturday by tho members ot
her Sunday school class. Tlio occa
sion was In honor of tho flttconth an
niversary of her birth. A lino dinner
was aorvd by Miss Qortrudo'a Bisters.
II. E. Watson and family moved to
Nowark last wcok.
Mr. Frank Sutton has purchnsed
tho fnrie of the Isaac Larimoro cstnte
and oxpects to inovo thoro this spring.
Mrs. Guy Myoru from ColumbuB,
lias boon tho guest of hor pnronts,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hlgglus, tho past
Mrs. II. .1. Hood of Utlcn vlsltod her
mother, Mrs. 0. A. Franks, nnd tlio
fumlly of J. G. Ciottlugor a fow days
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mltcholl and
little dnughtor, EIolso, visited Mrs. W.
II, Mitchell and family over Sunday,
Miss May Mitchell nccompanled them
homo for a two weeks' stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stoiinliton, Miss
Ilelou Stoughton, Mrs. DnllaB Curver
and Mr. and Mrs. Jninou Hawkins at
tended tho I.arlnioru f (moral nt Sun
hury last Friday.
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Mrs. II. H. sBohortson, Mrs. ,T. B.
Maatellor, Mrs. Clyde Thatcher nnd
Utile tionuvlo Bradllold aro among
tho nick of our village.
Miss Stella Baltzoll of Colorado
Springs, Col, and hor mother, of Mt.
Vernon, visited her grandparont3, Mr,
and Mrs. Archie Baltzull, hero one
dny last wook.
Price Weaver ot Peoila, 111., Pprry
Jennings or near Conterburg, Halloy
Tucker and E. C. Moroy ot Mt. Lib
erty spout Sunday In Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Uurkholdor wns called to Mt.
Vernon recently by tho sickness of
hor daughter, Mrs. Win. McGlll.
Mr. John C. Houbo and Mrs, Emma
ft. Wlgton, tho former of Utlcn nnd
tho latter of Marengo, woro married
last Thursday at tho homo of tho
brldo's brother, John Fry, near Itlch
Hill, Elder McBroom officiating. Thoy
will mako their future homo at Utlca.
Ilov. McNutt delivered nn excellent
lecturo at tho M. E. church last Wed
Frank Hlnohart was taken to 'tho
Hospital at Mt. Vornon, Mondny, for
an operation for abecss.
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Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Sovlts nnd
daughter were in Mt. Vernon Mon
day. Dr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Porter spent
Sunday in Columbus.
Mr. and Mra. Liggett of Democracy
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcjunc Baker, Mrs.
Maude nice and son wore entertained
at the homo of C. T. Motz, Sunday.
Miss Crawford of Columbus re
turned homo after a fow days visit
wltli Mrs. II. G. Baker.
Mrs. T. II. Noldon spent Saturday In
Messrs. L. II. Burrls, Frank Spear
man, M. T. Gaines woro in Mt. Vor
II. S. Gnines and I. V. Boss woro In
Messrs. Odlo Kaylor and urovor
Wander who aro attending school nt
Woostcr spent Sunday hero with tholr
Mrs. J. N. Frceso of Murtlnsburg, is
spending a fow days with hor daugh
ter, Mrs. W. It. Burrls.
Miss Hattio Snydor wns in Mt. Vor
Mr. Joospn Trogus and little daugh
ter of Columbus, who havo been visit
ing relatives horo, returned homo on
Mrs. II. A. Shook and mother, Mrs.
Carpenter loft Tuesday for n visit
wltli relatives In' West niehflold, O.
"Mrs. Knto Wander Is spending n
fow days with relatives around Mil
lersburg. Mrs. Abo Bnrtlett and Mrs. Wm.
Brlllhnrt spent Tuesday in Brink Hav
en. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wcrntz ot Barborton
were tlio guests of tho lattor's par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Vaiihoru.
Mr. Orlln Workman went to Colum
Mr. S. L. Blubaugh was In Mt. Vor
non Tuesday on buslcnss.
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Abo Belong, who has been qulto
poorly, Is somowhat bettor at this
Tho deep snow delayed tho protract
ed meting at Blglow last Saturday and
Noah Earnest nnd wlfo nndWllllnm
ICIrkpntrlck and family woro guests of
Thos. Porter and family laat Sunday,
C. C. MInard nnd Ilov. Link of But
ler woro In this locality on buslnoss
John Workman has purchased E. S.
O. A. Swondnl and family nnd Wil
son Fletcher and wlfo vlalted wltli J.
A. Ruby's last Sunday.
Mrs. OBcar Smith, Who haa been vis
iting hor pnronts, Mr. aud Mrs. Frank
JCopport, returned to her homo In
Cleveland last Saturday.
Mr. Allpn Coon mndo n business trip
to Butlor last Saturday.
Forn Wolhford and brotlior, Vomer,
woro guests ot Emma and Arch Earn
est last Sunday.
John Kunklo and wlfo were to Lou-
donvillo on business Inst Saturday.
Clovoland Wolhford who has boon
visiting rolntlves in this vicinity, re
turned to his work in Aaron last wcok.
MI, and Mrs. Job arnnt nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Snni Shlinp woro guosts of Wil
son Flotechor's last Tuesday ovo.
Guy Kopport nnd Burgess Hungor
returned from Tolodo last Sunday
whoro tnoy hnvo boon wosklng tho
past threo or four wooKs.
Thos, Porter mndo a business trip
to Mt. Vornon last ruosday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kopport, Mr. nnd
Mrs, Chits. Bourn, Mr. nnd Mrs. El
nior Pryor, woro guosts of Frank MIn
ard nnd wlfo Inst Tusday.
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Lowls Hess of Bowling Grcou has
boon visiting fi loads horo tho past
week or two.
Mrs. Ponrl Bonl of Donnlson has
been spondlng n fow days with E. E.
Bonl and wlfo.
Miss Pearl Toms, who lias been at
tending school nt Ashlnnd, wns homo
Mr. Carl Garbor of Bollvillo, vlsltod
at E. R. Lccdy's Sunday.
Sovoral from horo nttondod tho
farmers' Instltuto hold ut Fredorlek
town Friday and Saturday of Inst
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Toledo,
havo boou visiting frlonds In this vi
cinity. Miss Edith Lcody spont Sunday with
MIbsos Alllo nnd Ada Kllno visited
with Bob Klrkpatrlck nnd family ov-1
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Mr. Edwin Greer and family and
Mr. Burt Hughs spent Sunday at tho
homo of Mr. Henry Shlnnanbarker
Mrs. Vint Walton of Blatcheys
villo, who has been hero visiting
friends for the past six wooks, re
turned to her homo last Monday ev
ening, Mr. Owen Shults of this place has
gono to Akron to socuro work.
Tho Infant child of Henry Shaub
and wlfo is very 111 at this writing.
Mrs. Adam Stltzllno nnd nophow.
Mr. Jollors, were business callers in
Loudonvlllo last Tuesday.
Harry Sullivan and family nnd
Mrs. Lula Davis of Mansilold, and
Mrs. Ella Wanders of Loudonvlllo
camo down to spend last 'Tuesday
with their father, Mr. Henry Smith'
hlsler, It being his birthday.
Mrs. Elden Greer returned homo af
ter a several days' visit with hor
parents near Danvillo la3t Monday,
Tho horse salo of Priest & Ban
bury hold hero last Wednesday wns
attended by a very largo crowd.
Mr. Channing F. Ulco nnd family
visited at tho homo of her brother,
B. L. Klco, last Wednesday.
Mr. Ed. Stltzllno and brldo re
turned from a pleasant visit with
friends in Akron last Tuesday.
A post card shower was given Mr.
C. V. Banbury on Valentine day, it
being his birthday. Mr. Banbury
received over ono hundred cards
from his frlonds.
Mrs. Jncob Lang Is very low at
this writing with no hopes of her
Mr. Ottla Beamcn of Rolla wns a
business caller in Greer last Tuesday.
Tho Knox County Infirmary di
rectors woro business callers In this
vicinity last Monday.
Mrs. Hannah Bruss of Fredericks
burg visited over Sunday with R. A.
Greer and family.
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Tho snow has drifted tho roads
vory badly, making it necessary to
shovel it out in a groat many places
that the mail may bo delivered by
tho carriers .in this section.
Union rovlval Bervices began hero
Sunday ovonlng with tho Mothodlst
and Presbyterian people. Sorvlo'3
will bo held this wcok In tho Meth
odist and next week In tlio Presby
Ilov. Jones of Chestervlllo, the
Presbyterian pastor hero, and Rev.
Hancock, the M. E. pastor of this
place, nio conducting the meeting.
Thoro will bo services each evening
and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day of this wcok. Evonlng service
at 7:30, morning servlco at 10:30.
Mr. Thuma has sold his firm,
Chestnut Knoll, to Mr. Fred Adlcs
porgor, Mr. Hoy Galllhor having pur
chased the town property of Mr. Ad
lesporger. Thoy will glvo possession
about April 1.
Quito a number nttondod 'tho Far
mers' IiiBtltuto nt Frodoricktawn
Frlda y and Saturday of last wcok.
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Mrs. Ella Portor Jacobs of Chi
cago Is visiting hor slBtor, Mra. Leo
Dr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Shrontz ontor
tnined Mr. W'U Shrontz and family
nt dinner Sunday.
Mr. David Doan has purchased tho
r w y
Corner Main and Vine Streets.
Ud Boll property on Main Btrect
J. S. Schooler of tho Ohio Fuel
Supply company spent Sunday with
Robort Ralston and family havo
returned to town and occupy tho W.
B. Cllno proporty.
Mr. John Bono of Pleasant town
ship gavo n talk on tho Laymen's
convontlon at Dayton in tho Dlsclplo
School re-opened Monday after a
two weoks' vacation on tho account
of the smallpox scare No now cases
having developed it was deomed
Mr. John Wilson fell on tho Ice
ono night last week in front of his
home. Bolng unablo to mako any
one hear his call for assistance, ho
crawled Into tho house whoro he
mado himself as comfortable as pos
siblo until n noighbor camo in next
morning and summoned n physician.
He sustained injuries to his h:nd and
back from which ho is slowly re
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C. D, Mitchell mado a business trip
to Columbus last week.
Mrs. Gessling of Greor was tho
guest cf her parents, Mr. and Mra.
Wm. Darling last week.
Mr. John Doup returned home
Saturday after spending a fow days
with friends and rolntlves at Amity.
Miss Chloo Lopley of O. S. U. Is
spending a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Leplcy.
Tho Danvillo and Millwood boys
met in a friendly boxing match at
tho Caves Thursday evening. Ac
cording to reports tho laurels were
pretty evenly distributed.
Mr. Joseph McMillan, tho town
ship land appralsor, Is making an
appraisement of tho real cstato in
Mr. David Kirk, who Is drilling
near Sugar Crook, spent Saturday
and Sunday with his family.
Mr. J. Hammond has roturned
from a visit with rolntlves in Rich
Mr. John Hawn is looking for the
party who pelted his sheop on the
President Helps Orphnns
Hundreds of orphans havo bee
helped by tho President of tho In
dustrial and Orphan's Home at Ma
I con, Gn., who writes: "We hav.
used Electric Bitters in this fustltu
tlon for nino years. It has proved
a most excellent medicine for Stom
ach, Liver and' Kidney troubles. We
regard it as ono of tho best family
medicines on earth." It Invigorates
all vital organs, purifies tho blood
aids digestion creates appetite. To
strengthen aud build up palo, thin
weak children or rundown peoplo it
has no oqual. Best for femalo com
plaints. Only 50c at G. R. Baker &
Son's, Mt. Vornon; F. Fink, Fred
Cold Lobbying And Pneumonia
Clovoland, O., Fob. 1C. Mrs. S. K.
Wntormnn, a loader among tho mili
tant suffragettes of America, died
hero today of pnoumonla, contracted
whllo lobbying in bohnlf of an anti
clgnrot law boforo tho legislature In
ays Only Endiei
We aro devoting the next ten days to a special effort. We close out all Heavy Suits and
Overcoats as we are determined they shall be sold before the arrival of our new Spring
Goods. This is your last chance of the seasson to secure UNPEECEDENTED BAR
FOR MEN, BOYS
I. ROSENTHAL!., Prop.
Not Couhm Today
Yet you may cough tomorrow! Dctler be prepared for it
when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the Louse. Then when the hard cold
or cough fust appears you have a doctor's" medicine at
hand. Your doctors approval of its use will certainly
set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. He knows.
No alcohol in this COllph medicine. . CAyer Co., Lowell, Maa.
Robust health is ;i great safeguard against
i Mill I I III 1 ' i hit maun w.T. -ti-i siliriliwn
constipation will destroy the best 01 Health.
Cleveland, O., Feb. 16. Myron T.
Herrlck, former governor, is Anally a
full-fledged candidate "for United
States senator. Mr. Herrlck has told
tho Cleveland political leaders that
he wants to be senator. Ho does not
want n primary election, although bo
expresses tho belief thnt ho can do
feat Senator Dick in such a contest.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lohr ot Bran
don wcro tho recipients of a valentine
post card shower Monday, receiving
over 100 cards from friends in Flori
da, Nowark, Homer, Granvlllo and Mt.
Whllo it is often impossible to pre
vent an accident, It la never Impossi
ble to bo prepared It is not beyond
any on'o's purse. Invest 25 cents
in a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment
and you are prepared for spralnst
bruises and llko Injuries. Sold by all
Between Grecian Army And
Constantinople Feb, 1 0. Dis
patches from Athens say that the
Greek troops occupied that city, an
ticipating an attack by tho Greek
navy, tho result of long-standing
friction between nrmy and navy. King
George's position is precarious.
An attack of tho grip often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been oxtonslvoly used and with good
success for the relief and euro of
this cough. Many cases havo been
cured after all other remedies had
failed. Sold by all dealers.
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TOUGH ON THE BASE.AnCNT
Now York, Fob. 1C. When holp
lng his wlfo hang out tho washing
on tho roof of No. 245 West Sixty
first street, last night, Robort Wright,
a negro longshoreman, fell through
a skylight into an tilrshaft. His
next stop was tho basomont, six stor
Wright landed on his head and
broko his right shin. His head was
uninjured, nnd at Flowor hospital,
to which ho was taken, tho surgeons
said that thoro wasn't much tho trou
ble with tho shin.
Wright himself professed to be
llovo that a little thing llko a broken
bono would not keop him from work,
and reported for duty this morning.
attacks of throat and lung troubles, but
"'" "-' - "" imitisannwuniw
Ask your doctor about Aycr 5 1'llls.
Merits On A Man's Arm
Danville, 111., Feb. 16. Arthur
Blaln, a young farmer, died early
this morning as tho result of blood
poisoning. A few weeks ago, while
in Mexico, ho had tho American tins
tattooed on his arm and blood-poisoning
Do you know that croup can bo
prevented? Glvo Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as soon as tho child
becomes hoarse or even nftor tho
croupy cough appears and It will prd
vont tho attack. It Is also a certain
euro for croup and has novor beea
known to fail. Sold by all dealers.
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! OBITUARY !
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Jncob Y. Bcera
Jacob Y. Beers died, In tho state
hospital at Columbus Tuesday after
noon after a soveral weoka' illneaa.
Ho was eighty-seven years of age
and had for many years resided near
Chestervlllo. Tho remains wore tak
en to Chestervlllo AVcdnesday morn
ing, where thoy were burled in the
Chester church cemetery near that
Mary Elizabeth Hall
Mary Elizabeth Hall, tho seven-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Hall of Danvillo, died at tho
homo of her paronts Wednesday
morning at 5 o'clock after a sovoral
days' illness of measles. Tho fu
neral nt the" home, Friday morning
nt 10 o'clock, Rev. Richie of Danvillo,
officiating. Interment In Workman
cemetery in Danvillo.
Tho remains of Mr. Dana, who for
forly resided near Chestervlllo, were
brought to that place from tho state
hospital In Columbus Wednesday
morning for interment at Maplo
Grovo cometery. Tho doceased has
been a patient at tho state institution
for some tlmo.
Mr. James Pipes of Gambler trpont
Monday in Mt. Vornon, attending to
somo matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thayor ot
Columbus spent Monday in Mt Ver
non, tho gueBts of Mr. and Mrs.Chns.
Blair of East Pleasant street.
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