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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Friday, February 2ft, lb 10
"in mi mini ii i ii ii iiiriTn""'"
Erect Memorial To
Initiated into Tiie Order In
Alexandria, Va., Fob. 22 A move
"Mont for tbo oroctlon of n national
Masonic memorial to Ooorgo Wash
tegton was officially launched today
a & national gathering of eminent
Masons hold under tho auspices of
Alexandria-Washington Lodge of this
atty. Grand mnster Masons from
w&ny sections of tho country attend
od the meeting this morning at which
a national organization was formed to
arry out tho project. Later In tho
iny tho visitors Journeyed by special
train to Mount Vernon to placo a
Wreath on tho tomb of Washington.
George. Washington was Initiated as
member of Masonic Lodgo No. 4, of
Fredorlcksnurg on November 4, 1752.
Wo unusual display was mado at his
Initiation, and tho only relics of the
ccaslon handed down by tho lodgo
arc- tho records, the Dlblo on which
Jio took tho oath, tho cortlflcato or
hock for two pounds and thrco shill
ings, fee for cntranco, nnd tho punch
IjowI wnlch figured so conspicuously
at tho ropast following tho degree
Thoso rollcs nro highly valued by
tho Frcdorlckstmrg lodgo. Tho Bible
la In a porfect stnto of preservation,
xcopt for n slight dlscolorntlon "of
tho leaves by ago. Only on one oc
casion wero tho relics ever taken out
et tho city or state, that occasion be
ing tho ono hundred and Ilftloth nnnl-
Trrsary of Washington's Initiation In
to Masonry. Thoy wero taken then to
Philadelphia, whoro thoy woro dis
played to tho members of Meridian
Sun Lodgo, No. 168.
Tho minutes of tho Fredericksburg
lodgo spcnit of tho occasion of Wash
ington's Initiation In a most casual
Way, tho sccrotnry noting "Washing
ton's prosenco but not that ho had
received n degree."
On tho occasion of his receiving the
second degrco tho sccrotnry noted It
in his minutes In u moro claboruto
alylo than on tho occasion of his first
degree. This degrco was conferred
tho following yoar. August 4, 170:i,
tho th Ira dcreo was conferred on him,
en which occasion tho minutes not
only glvo n iccord of tho business of
' tho evening, but also named those
present and tnolr olllclnl designation.
In 1777, when tbo Grand Lodge of
(Virginia was organized Washington
aa tendered tho exalted position of
crand mastor of Muboiih of Virginia,
fco highest honor that could bo bo
atowed upon him. Ho had tho honor
lso of bolng tbo first mtihtor of Alex-Andrla-Wushlngton
Lodgo, No. 22, ov
r which lodgo ho prosldod at the
Mmo of his death.
Buys The Municipal Gas Plant
Tho Ohio Fuel Supply companj
k&a ucqulrod nuothor proporty, nuv
iug bought (bo municipal gaH plnnt
t Granvlllo on Monday nitornnou at
uerlff'n utile, Tbo consideration wnc
18,000. Tho Ohio Fuol had nlrortd
iuou operating In Granvlllo In op
position to tho municipal plant. Then
.'Will now bo a consolidation of the
I'lttsburg, Feb. 23. "I havo ad
vised by remnlnlng son, Haiinon, who
Is uow 18, to olopo no speedily as
Tos3lblo and comploto tho family ioc
rd for olopomoni."
This Is tho way Mrs. Lucy Mc
Cook, a widow, responded to the
rows that her oldest ran, Sheldon,
liad clopod with pretty Irmn Ayros.
the seventeen- onr-old daughter of
ULrchlbald C. Ayros, of tho Fldollty
Vlllo and Trust company- Tho younp,
wouplo woro married in Whcollng,
Loss than two years ago Mrs, Mc
Cook's daughter olopod with It ceil
Knox, tho son of Sccrotnry of State
1. C, Knox. Their married llfo has
Jeon very happy.
Mrs, McCook declared today that
loi)timent must bo horedltnry with
tr children. Kho confesses that she
sloped with tho lato Mr. McCook
bon uho was 10 and thnt sho nuvor
TWM sorry for lc,
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For Infants and Children,
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Born, Thursday, Fob. 17, to Mr.
and Mrs. Jnmcu Clark, a son.
Born, Friday, Fob. 18, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Crlll, a daughter.
Tho schools hero obsorved Wash
Ington's birthday Monday.
Mr. Chas, Wllmoth, representing
tho Do Laval Soperator Co., of Mans
field, was In our vlllago last weok.
C. S. Starnor has accepted a tem
porary position as watchman on tho
steam shovel on the C, A. & O.
Dr. Robert Putnam and Attornoy
T. J. llomlngton wero Mlllorsburg
visitors a couplo of days last weok.
Tho recent snow hero measured
about twenty inches on tho lovel.
Dale, tho ten-yenr-old son of En
glneor Clyde Parsons, la still serious
ly 111 and llttlo hopes for his recov
ery nro hold.
Smith Bros, of Orrvlllo nro now
horo and expect to get their handlo
factory in operation soma time this
weok. Thoy havo leased tho com
modious and roomy building ot
Thompson Bros., near tho Mohican
river ond wo gladly welcome thorn to
Quarterly mcotlngs was hold In
tho M. E, church hero last Sunday
by tho Itov. Shook assisted by tho
Presiding older of this district.
The measles epidemic which has
been provnlent hero for tho past four
weeks Is still causing our citizens all
kinds of trouble.
A slight wreck occurred at Glen-
mont ono night last wo;k, but luck
ily no ono was Injured. Tho hill
engine had gone to Glonmoiit to help
No. DOC up tho hill on account of
tho heavy snow, and In making tbo
coupling tho hill cnglno struck tho
renr coich with such forco that the
rear end wns considerably smashed
up. All parties concorncd went be
fore Supt. Wood Monday for an In
Honry Titus of Coshocton was tho
guest of relatives horo last wok
H. A. Hannn, who wns recently
married to Miss Mills of Mt. Vornon,
moved Into tho Jaspor Strouso prop
erty last weok.
All tho country schools near hsre
wero Idlo Thursday and Friday do-
causo It wns Impossllo for tho tench
ers to reach their respective schools.
Dwlght H. Hyatt, hardwaro dealer
of Klllbuck, was In our vlllago last
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Mrs. Kobecca Cavort, who has boon
seriously 111, Is convalescent.
Mrs. C. II. Cheney ot Columbus
wns tho guest of W. II. Tuttlo and
wife over Sunday.
Tho Alpha club met at tho homo
of Miss Mary Long on Monday oven.
Mrs. Best Is on tbo sick list.
E. E. Lnndrum of Toledo visited
friends horo tho foro part of the
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Spsar and son.
Loo, went to Weatervlllo Tuesdny to
attond tho funoral of Mrs. Ueod
Miss Sylvia Shaw has boon tho
guest ot Mrs, II. C. Smith tho past
TheW. C. T. U. met at tho homo
of Mrs. Wnltor Welts TucBday. Tho
tonic was, "Frances Wlllnrd," A
vory enthuslnstle mooting was hold.
Br. A, B, La in! rum of Columbus
Is visiting J .10. Lnndium ami nun
Miss Bertha Huddlcstun, who was
soiloualy Injured In a street car an
chlciu In Columbus some Hmo ago, is
now able to walk with tho aid or
Tho local bowling team went to
Johtmtown Tuesday and lost y
Tho M. H. church choir was de
lightfully entertained at tho homo or
Mr. nnd Mrs, 1). O. Wilson Tucsda
Mrs. W. A, Thompson hns tho grip
A surprlso pnity was glvon Mis.
Stolla Itlloy Tuosday ovonlng nt the
homo of hor grundpaioius, Mr. iintf
Mrs. II. E. Watson of lit. No. 4, whr
In tho nonr future will reside In Now
ark. Th ovening wns bpont in mu
sic, gnmes and dancing. At a latt
hour tho guests departed, wlshlni.
MIes Itlloy much happiness in her
Tho Pythlnn Slstors added about
II n to tholr treasury by tho Ben
son's lecturo coursoi
Itnlph Knouff of Spartn spout Sat
urday and Sunday with his paronts.
Tho largo amount of snow hlndor-
cd our mall carriers from going tho
full lougtli ot tholr routos Thursday
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Arthur Hoborteon, who is a stu-
ilont In a medical school In Clovoland,
1b homo for a few days' visit with
Frank Itlnohnrt roturnod Jionu
Sunday from tho hospital at Mt. Vor
non and is recovering from an op
oration. Ed Smothers and family spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Clayton Jnck
son nnd family on U. It. No. 7, out
of Mt, Vornon.
Mrs. W. O. Coo and Mrs. A. J.
Ttlnchnrt havo been quito sick, but
aro Improving. Mrs. J, B. Mastollcr
remains about tho saino as last week.
Mr. T. L, Murtough of Mt. Ver
non Is serving as second trick man
hero for tho C, A. & C. In tho placo
of Earl ShafTer, who has gone to
Columbus on a vacation.
Elder McBroom was called toTap-
pan, O., Saturday to attend tho fu-
noial of Mr. Spray on Sunday morn
ing. Mr. Amos Scarbrough of Bloom
field visited his sister, Mrs. H. II.
Russell Tucker will tako an ex
amination Wednesday at Akron for
a position on tho C, A. & C. railroad
Mrs. Enrl Cramer of Orrvlllo is
visiting Robert Cramer and lamlly
hero this week.
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Mr. William Owens nnd carpenters
began tho finishing work on Dr.
Wright's new residence which will
soon be ready for occupancy.
Mr. It. M. Litter of Mt. Vernon was
a Sunday visitor In Frederlcktown.
There will bo services n't tbo Bap
tist church a week from next Sunday.
Arthur L. Rover of Columbus spent
Monday In this place.
Mr. Alexander Sllllman went to
Nowark on Tuesday to attond a big
horso salo hold thero this week.
II. M. Plorson of Mansfield wns call
ing on Frederlcktown friends last
Hernia Wllletts moved from tho
Covers plnco to tho William Patterson
farm on Monday Inst.
William Corwln of Chicago, III.,
was a Frederlcktown caller on Mon
day of this week.
Mr. William Ewers moved his fam
ily to tho lox Bros, farm on Monday
Daniel Orr of Columbus was circu
lating among Frederlcktown friends
on Mondny of this weok.
Mr. Frnnk Burns moved to Chestor
villo on Mondny.
P. M. Day of Columbus spent Mon
day In Frederlcktown,
Mr. II. E. Gotshnll of Mt. Vernon
was In Frederlcktown on Monday
Mr. Ray Hull and tntully of this
placo visited a tho homo of Mr. B. II.
Slater In ChostervlIIo last weok,
Mrs. Hattlo Orr returned homo from
tho Cincinnati hospital last weok
much Improved nfter an oporntlon.
Mr. John William has rented tho
Mclutlro farm noar Chostorvlllo.
Mr. Domorcst Preston of Sparta
vlstcd sovoral days tho past woek with
his brothor In Fredorlcktown.
Tho Modern Woodmen boys of this
placo attondod an Initiation nt Mt.
Vornon Inst Friday night. Thoy wero
royally ontortalrcd whilo thero and
had a lino rldo over tho snow.
L. L. Freedman of Mansllold visit
ed frlcuus In this placo last Monday.
Mr. Harvey Preston who had his
hand crushed whllo loading logs nt
Lucerne Is reported ns recovering
from his hurts very rnpldly. No bonos
uoio brokon but tho llcsh was badly
I). E. Mamlln of Clovoland was a
Fredorlcktown visitor on Monday of
Mr. William Haycook of Lntonln,
Kontucky, Is visiting friends and rela
tives In this vicinity. Mr. Haycook
owns a harbor shop In tho above placo.
Mr. Coiwln Armstrong loft Satur
day for Dolnwuro, Ohio, to bo tho
guost of Mr. Irvln Klik, 11 studont at
tho Ohio Wosloyan University.
MIbs Mabel Fawcott will ontoituln
tho Stnndnrd Ileal ora of tho Mcthodlbt
chinch on Thursday ovonlng of this
weok nt n thlmblo party. Thoy mo
preparing c box .to send to MIbs Adolla
Ashlmugh who Is locntod at Nagasaki,
Mrs. E. O. Wilson ot Baltlmoro, 0.,
ind Mrs. Ilunsborgcr of Worthlngton,
Minnesota, weto entertained several
days by Mrs, Thomas Humbly, Theso
hidlos nro formor pnrlshoueru of Rov.
Thomas Humbly when located at St.
Paul, MInnosotn. v
Mr, Arthur Hambly cntortnlncd Mr.
Konnoth Adams of Gambler nnd Mr.
Smith, 11 studont nt Konyon College,
last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Joseph Kulo has purchased tho
Methodist church building nt Bnto-
mantown paying $200 for it. Ho ox
pectB to movo tho building to his farm
at Waterford. Tho Methodist congre
gation at Batomantown will erect a
now edlllco to cost about $5,500.
Rov. Lawrenco O. Nowcomer gave
his postponed lecture- In tho Chrlstlnn
church at Waterford on Wednesday
Mrs. Hattlo Mooro entertained Mrs.
Mary Mooro on Friday afternoon last.
Robertii Pond who has been very 111
is reported as convalescing.
Mr. Hugh McGaughey who was
thrown from his horso at Chcstervlllo
Is reported as Improving ns well nn
could bo expected from the serious in
juries ho sustained. His children
from Columbus and Gallon wero cull
ed homo as it was feared that ho
could not recover.
Floyd Chilcoto visited his brother,
Elzn Chilcoto near Darlington alst
Frederlcktown is enjoying Itself
with an all week show at tho opera
Mr. W. E. Gorsuch of damblcr as
sisted tho local orchestra with his
'cello In tho music at tho K. of P.
banquet Tuesday evening.
Bert V. Heath was a Frederlcktown
caller on Tuesday of this weok.
W. J. Placoway of Munclo, Ind.,
was calling on friends In this placo
Mr. Bartlett and entlro family are
suffering from grip. ,
Win. Goss of Mansfield wsir '-nlllnc:
on Fredorlcktown peopio on Tuesday.
Georgo W. Meier, Samuel Houllln
and G. H. Hnrlow of Columbus trans
acted business In this placo on Tuos
day of this week.
L. C. Springer of Rockford, Ohio,
visited friends In Frederlcktown last
Miss Overly entertained tho S. E.
club on Tuesday of this week and all
had a pleasant time.
Master Charles Myers and Ellsha
Hamilton of Mt. Vernon visited Don
ald and Florenco Sollera over Sunday
Mr. Frank Kecnan and MIbs Martha
Trlklo, both of this place, woro mar
ried at the homo of the brldo's father
on Tuesday evening of this weok,
Rov. Thomas Hambly of tho Method
ist church officiating. About thirty
guests wero present to honor tho oc
casion and tho brldo was tho recipi
ent of many beautiful and usoful gifts.
Mr. ond Mrs. Keonan nro a very
woithy young couplo nnd all unite In
wishing them mucn happiness In tholr
married llfo. Thoy will locato on tho
Blair farm near Waterford.
Mrs. S. A. Hosack Is reported to bo
Mr. W. S. Cummings has boon mak
ing sonio oxtonsivo repairs and Im
provements In his resldcnco on San
Mrs. Walter Johnson has been quito
111 tho past weok.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Lybargcr of
Gambler wero guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Thos. Hnmbly on Tuesday returning
homo Wednesdny morning.
Mrs. T. M. Dill Is reported very HI
with tho grip.
Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Brown of Ank
onytown woro guests of tholr daught
ers, Mrs. A. II. Fox and Mrs. Guy Ew
ers last Sunday.
Mllo Thompson moves Into tho Bert
Strong houso on tho first ot March
and will bo employed by Mr. Strong
tho coming season.
Ono of tho chlmnoys on Mrs. Ella
Thompson's rcsldenco was blown oft
In ono of the recent storms.
Mr. Tola Thompson ot Mt. Gllcad
assisted his hi other, Mr. Mllo Thomp
son, with his wood cutting tho past
Mr. John Cnnon and fnmlly and Mrs.
Smothers, wero guests of Mis. Davis
Mr. Fied Stiuona and ontlio family
havo been vciy 111 the past weok with
Mr. F. U. Mnnn has decided to ro
innln on tho Slngory farm tho com
Mr, II. M. Rhulo nnd fnmlly visited
with Mrs. Rhulo's parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. fc. F. Wlnnnd, last Sunday.
od on his friends of this vicinity last
Howard" Ruby and wlfo moved
from Loudonvlllo to tholr farm last
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Mr. Earl Burch and Charley Nlch
olls woro business callers at Nowark
Mrs. Lola Thompson and little
daughter, Bottnio, of Galena aro vis
iting rolatlves at this placo.
Rov. Joseph Meyers of New Gull
ford will proach at tho Mt. ZIon
,churcn Saturday night, Feb. 26.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Harvoy Burch spent
Sunday ovonlng with Clark Schoolor
Mr. Thomas Johnson and Edward
Norrls of Fallsburg mado a business
trip to this placo Thursday.
Mrs. Cora Burch and little daugii
tor, Edna, and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison
Elbert spent Thursday with Harvey
Burch and wife.
Mr. Leo Donahey who has been
working near Galena haB roturnea
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Mr. Faith Kemper of Granville
preached In tho Baptist church Sun
day, Mrs. F. V. Elliott is visiting friends
and relatives In Newark.
Tho directors and stockholders of
the local Boll Tolephono company
hold a business meeting In the town
hall Saturday, Feb. 2C.
Nettlo Biggs and Vennlco McKee
spent Sunday with their parents near
Storl Brown of Gambler was the
guest of Miss Cella Pumphroy Sun
Mrs. Robert' Ralston Is suffering
from injuries sustained by a fall at
her homo Sunday.
A series of evangelistic services
will begin next Saturday evening In
the- Presbyterian church to continue
ono weok. Rev. Brown, an evangel
ist, will assist,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clutter ot
Owl Creek attended church hero Sun
day and took dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver McMillon.
Mr. E. C. Greer of Danville was
a business visitor In our town Mon
P. W. Grloff and family and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Waldo Grloff visited at tne
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Simp
son Monday evening
Thero Is no wav to cum dnrnrrh oscont to nurlfv the blood, and thus
do nway with tho causo. Tho symptoms may bo bonofitod by tho uso of
washes, inhalations, sprays, modlcatod tobaccos, etc, nnd through tho uso
of such treatmont catarrh sufforers rocolvo tomporary roliof and comfort.
External and local moasurna however cannot havo anv ofloct on tho blood.
nnd theroforo their uso alono 1b of no real curative valuo. Catarrh la a
doop-soatod blood diseaso, and comos as tho ro3ult of catarrhal matter and
othor Impurities In the circulation. Thoso morbid matters In tho blood
causo an Inflammatory and lrritatod condition of tho mucous mombrane ot
tissuo lining of tho cavities of tho body, producing an unhealthy socretlon,
ringing noises in the oars, stuffy fooling In tho hoad nnd noso, hoadaohes,
hoarseness, bronchial affections, watery oyos, oto. S. S. S. is tho best troat
mnnt lor uatarrh becauso it is tho greatest of all blooa purwors. inu
modiclno removes ovory particle of tho catarrhal impurity from tho circula
tion, making this vital fluid puro, frosh and healthy. Then tho inflamed
membranes bogin to hoal, bocause thoy nro nourishod with puro, health
giving blood, ovory symptom disappears, and soon S. 8. S. producos a porfect
euro. 8. S. S. does not contain any habit-forming drugs, which roally never
can euro Catarrh, but often ruin tho health. Book on Catarrh and any
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E. L. Mlnnrd has purchased the
Snmuol Oborlln faira of near Lex
ington, Sovoral of tho young peopio of this
vicinity nttonded church at North
LIborty last Sunday ovonlng.
O. A. Swondnl and family, Wilson
Fletcher and wlfo, wore guests ot
Elzlo Harris and family Tuesday.
Mr. Fred Belt of Democracy call-
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Mr. Jay Hoso of East Burgcs3 st.
and Mr. John MUlor of West Uam
bler streot returned last evening from
a trip to Illinois.
Mr. Lovl Braddock and son, Al
len, went to Nowark Wednesday
morning to attend to some mnttors
Dr. Carl Scrlbnor returned to hU
homo In Marlon, O., Woanesday
morning aftor a sevoral days visit
with relatives and frlonds In Mt. Vor
Mrs. Columbus Ewnlt and Miss
Edna Blair loturned today from Dol
awaro whoro thoy wont Monday to
visit with friends and attond tho O.
W. U. banquet on Tuesday.
Mrs. AHcq Allan, of Mt. Vernon.
who has been hoio somo tlmo, Is ser
lously 111 and has been removed to
tho homo ot Dr. Casa and wito. .
Mt. Ollead Ucglster.
Mrs. Chris Cox, who foil and In
Jurod hor kno3, whllo visiting lr
Ornnvlllo Tuesday morning, was tak
en from tho 2:41 train on the B. &
O, to hor homo on North Mulbuty
street Tuesday afternoon by Chapps
loar & Co.'s amhulancfr.
Mr. Fred J. Lawlor wns honoiedH
on Tuesday by his mnny fi lends with
a post card shower, It bolng his
birthday anniversary. Mr. Lawlor ic
colvod over ono hundred beautiful
'Snulro J, F. Boatty of Groor spent
Wodnosday In Mt. Vernon, nttending
to Konio matters of business.
Mies Mabel Wytho nnd Miss Amy
Oggi tho woll-knkown South Mi,.i
streot milliners, loft Wednesday
morning for Clovolnnd whoro thvy
will moot tholr ttlmmor, Miss no4'.
From thero thoy will contlnuo cas.
probably to Now York, whore thoy
will attond tho milllnory openings.
Charles Sheedy, son of Mr. Mich
ael Shcedy of this city, was removed
to Columbus on tho 11 o'clock train
ovor tho C., A. & C. Wednesday
morning where ho will undergo an
operation nt Mt. Carmol hospital. It
Is tho bollof that tho boy Is suffering
A crowd of Chostorvlllo pooplo on-
joyed n bob slod rldo to Waterford
Tuesday ovonlng. Tho party wont to
tho Wntorford church whoro thoy at
tended ono of tho protractod meet
ings which nro being hold In that
vlllngo. This is bccomltirf a popujar
manner of going to church among
tho young folks, especially, df Chos
torvlllo and vicinity.
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$6.00 $7.50 $10.00
$12.00 $18.00 $20.00
$25.00 and $30.00
Others up to $200.00
Positively The Largest Stock
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Bank and Tmst Co.
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MILWAUKEE'S BIG AUTO SHOW
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 22 Milwau
kee's second annual nutomoblle show
was openod at tho Auditorium today
and it is generally admitted that it
Is ono of tho lnrgost and most com
ploto ovor hold in this country. Tho
Auditorium, with Its 41,000 square
feet of floor spaco, bigger oven than
Madison Squaro Garden in New York,
offored advantages which tho manu
facturers of nutomobtlos wero not
slow in utilizing, Tho result Is ex
ceedingly gratifying to tlui manage
ment, tho exhibitors nnd tho visitors
of tho show. Particularly Interesting
among tho sldo fcaturos Is tho aoro
plnno division nnd tho sportmon's de
partment. Tho Bhow vjll continue
through tho week and special pro
grams havo beou prepared for every
M , C. A. Snyder, district manager
of the National Cash Koglstor com
pany, spent Wednesday in Mt. Ver
non the guest ot Mr, Georgo C. Vail.
ILLINOIS FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Edwardsvllle, III., Fob. 22 With an
attondanco representing nearly every
county of tho Stato tho Illinois Farm
ers' Institute began Its nnnual moot
ing horo today. II. P. Holz welcomed
tho visitors this morning nnd Presi
dent J. P. Mason of Elgin responded.
This afternoon tho institute was ad
dressed by L. W. Page, tho govern
ment good reads expert; Prof. Charles
E. Thorno, director ot tho Ohio" Ex
porlrhent Station, nnd A. N. Johnson,
Stato highway engineer of Illinois.
Govornor Donoon, President Jamos of
tho University of UHnol3 nnd other
mon of note nro to bo heard at tho
succeeding sessions, which will con
tlnuo until Friday.
Two candidates wero initiated at
tho regular mooting of Qulndnio
lodgo, No. 31C, I. O. O. F Tuesday
evening. Next Tuesdny evening,
March 1, th'e Sycamore Valloy dc
groo team from Brandon will bo horo
to confer the first degree on a num
ber of candidates.
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