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Mr. T J. Bcherlor, who 1ms b'cn
tivriously 111 with pneumonia, dloi at
3ila rosltlonco north ot Frcdcrlcktow l
en Sunday ovonlng at nlno o'clock. Ho
leaves a wlfo and nlno children to
saourn tho sudden taking off of a good
Uiusband and fatlior. Ho wan forty
lUno years of ago and had hut recently
irarchasod tho Gaywood farm. Fun
Mai aorvlcca at the homo on Tuesday
Afternoon at 2 o'clock, Uov. A. C.
Corfnian of Gambler officiating, and
Satorment mado In Forest cemotery.
STtoo family havo tho heartfelt syni
5thy of tho entire community In their
jjrttit loss and sorrow.
Last Sunday tho district meotlngs
T tho Laymon'a Missionary move
ment wero held In tho Presbyterian
church of this placo. Attornoy D. D.
Orubb and Mr. E. II. Jcsson, secretary
I tho Young Men's Christian Associa
tion of Mt. Vernon, wero hero and
.gave somo very Interesting talks on
tho work, describing tho need of ovan
Kollr.Ing tho heathen nations In this
Kwnoratlon and that In order to do this
great BumB of money must bo raised
and tho enterprlso financed on bus
iness lines. Something llko eighty
millions of dollarB arc now required
and this sum can bo raised If cvory
church mombor will agreo to pay $2,1)0
per year or flvo cents por wcok, tho
Srlco of a dlBh of Ico cream. To sys
tomatlso tho work Fredorlcktown and
nlno other churches In this vicinity
ro mado In to n district and Sunday
ovonlng u commlttco of three wero
oloctod to further this work. Dr. C.
M. Wright, Mr. F. A. Hunt, and Prof.
"W. W. Uordon being choson for this
Mr. I. J. Duko, who has been em
ployed In tho shoo storo of Mr. D. M.
Brumbach tho past yoar, has ogaln
taken up tho work In connctlon with
tho W. II. Duko & Son monumental
business. Mr. Duko Is also a candi
date for county recorder on tho Re
Mr. I. II. Frlzzell and family aro
row located In tho Walters houso on
High street, having moved there last
Mr. Edgar W. Wnybrlglit of Don
Ison University will proach ngaln at
tho Baptist church noxt Sunday morn
ing and evening.
Mr. h. IJ, Acknnnaii and Dr. 10. V.
Abkerman woro In Mpnslleld on Sat
urday laHt whoro thoy woro called to
testify In tho probate court In refer
onco to tho Miranda Craven estate.
Mr. John Williams recently pur
chased tho old Mclntlro farm near
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. I). Shurr woro
-visitors with relatives in Mt. Vomon
a couplo of days last week.
Miss Ilosu Davison who Is lecturing
tn tho South Is oxpcclcd home the
"first of noxt month when she will pro
pare to take a trip to Scotland to at
lend tho World's Convention of tho
W. C. T. U. of which organization she
4b a national organizer and locturuf.
Tho heavy hall storm Monday aft
ernoon was olio of tho worst that has
Tlsltod this placo In a long time.
Thero Is scarcely a houso that did
Hot lose somo of Its window glass and
branny of tho Iioiihos had wholo win
doWH hinkon to pieces, Tho storm
did not last long but tho ruin anil hall
that fell during that lliiio was heavy
m much ho that the merchants wont
out afterwaid and swept off thu walks
tho uamo us though there had boon a
anow storm. On Tuesday morning
there still remained mound many of
tho Iioiihos piles of Ice that had not
Mrs. James Johnson has boon iiulte
111 with loiiBollthi the pant woolc.
Mr and Mrs. I,. C, Ciowoll moved
this week from Chostmvlllo to tholr
now rosldoncH which thoy lecontly
purchased In Frodeiloktown.
Mr. Sam Hout moved his ham this,
wook to mako way for the now stroot
Mr, Hoy C. S wetland has heon quite
111 with thu grippe and tonnllllln tho
Mr. mill Mrs. Guy KworH and Mr.
,and Mrs, A. II. Fox spout Sunday
with Mr, and Mrs, T. U. Drown at An
konytown. Mr, and Mrs 0. M. Hlldieth wero
tn Columbus on Thursday last.
Mr, Konncth Ulnohart of Mt. Ver
non spout vacation week with his
grandparonts, Mr. and Mrs, Josbo1
TJnpoa In this placo
Mr. and Mrs. Fish, Mr. and Mix.
Todd and two daughters, and Miss
Kllzabolh Kolect of Mt. Vernon woro
'xuuats at tho homo of Mr. und Mrs. U
II. Wagnor, last Thursday.
Mrs. I.ott of Mt. Vomon visited
vlth Mrs Axtoll In this placo last
Miss Wllila Ulnohart spout hor va
cation with hor grandparents In tho
Monday noon, as Mr. John McKln
noy was driving Into town his team
Locarno frlghtoncd at an umbrella and
ran away, Two ladles wero golug to
tho country and Just before reach
ing tho Simons crossing, they mot
Mr. McKlnnoy and his" team, one of
tho horses being a colt. Tho colt
Jumped Bldoways and broko tho wa
gon tongue and Mr. McKlnnoy Jumped
to tho ground; as ho did so tho reins
broko and tho horses started to run
smashing Into a telophono polo whoro
thoy loft tho wagon. Thoy thon ran
toward town and woro stopped In
front ot tho Odd Fellows' block. It
was found that tho older maro was
badly lnjurod and a votorlnary sur
geon was summoned from Mt. Vronon.
It Is thought that ono ot tho bones
high up In left leg was brokon. Tho
horso Is a valuable ono and In good
condition so It was dccldod to await
further developments boforo killing
Tho pooplo hero woro greatly chock
ed to learn of tho suddon and unex
pected death of Uov. F. II. Hunts
borgor of Mt. Vornon on Monday.
Uov. Huntsborgcr was well known
hero and has many staunch friends
horo who greatly regret his sud
Mr Lloyd Duncan of Fairmont, W.
Va., visited relatives In Frederick
town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards visited
relatives at Dollvlllo last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harry of Ashland
visited at tho homo of Mr. Chas. Har
ry on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mis. Samuel I.orcntz moved
to Wadsworth, Ohio, this week whoro
Mr. Lorcntz has purchased a storo.
Tho ladles' foreign missionary so
ciety of tho M. 13. church met with
Mrs. M. P. Howes on Thursday car
rying out a u n I tin o program. Tho la
dles Impersonated returned tourists
and Illustrated tho educational, indus
trial, medical and evangelistic work
being dono In tho different foreign
Mr. Itussoll Smith and Mr. C. A.
Driggs will build a residence) for Mrs.
Fannlo Dunn at Chcstorvlllo having
rccontly boon awarded tho contract.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Shurr 'visited
with frlonds In Mt. Vornon on Sunday.
Miss Elslo Fisher was homo from
Mt. Union college tho past wcok on a
visit to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. El
Mrs. Ilurr Whlto and daughtor, Ma
ly, of Chostorvllle, wero Fredorlck
town visitors on Saturday last.
Mrs. Douglas Wilson and daughter
havo returned fiom Martlnsburg,
whoro thoy wero called by tho sorlous
Illness of hnr fnthnr.ln-law.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Coulson started
for Portland, Oregon, on Friday. Thoy
oxpoct to tako about a mouth on tho
road visiting friends In tho West and
doing considerable sight-seeing.
Those people wero hold In high es
tcom hero and carry with thorn tho
I st wishes of a host of fi loads.
Mr. Hoy Lovoilng moved last wcok
Into tho Coulson rosldonco.
Mr. and Mrs. Abrnm Ely havo both
boon vory III with tho grip but aro
now reported as Improving.
Miss Edith Sands visited with hor
parents In Columbus during vacation
Plot. Coppor nnd wlfo went to Dela
ware to visit with lolatlvoa during
tho spring vacation.
Miss Elizabeth Trolt ot Mt. Vornon
was tho guost of MIbs Until Brent
linger In Fredorlcktown Hovoial days
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Koliunn, Miss
Laura Brontllngor, MIbs Ilormlo Rey
nolds and Mr. and Mis. William Har
ry woto guests of, Mr. und Mis. Char
les Hairy last Sunday.
Mr. Farost Brlgglo of Clarksburg,
Wont Virginia, visited with his par
ontH in this placo tlto past wook.
Mrs. Charles Vincent of Columbus
wnn homo visiting her paionts, Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Myors, tho past week.
Mr. (J 1 1 tir lott Kluio was homo from
Oborlln Collogo tho past wock to
spend his spring vacation.
Mr. Edward Bojor of Gallon wns
the guost of his sister, Mrs. W. II.
Kline, for a week past.
Mrs. A, E. Poornmn und daughtor,
Ethel, woro tho gliosis ot tho former's
brothor and iihitor, Mr, and Mrs. Dy
er, at Mt. Vornon for several days
Miss Maudo Keouan, who has bcon
odiously 111 for some tlmo past, Is
reported no bettor at this writing.
Mr, Cllarlos Rockwell of Mt. Vor
non was In this placo on u business
trip tho pnst wook.
Mrs. Evorot Bacon ot Somorsot, 0.,
was tho guost of Miss Poarlo With
row tho past wcok,
Mr. Honry Brlgglo wnB homo with
his family over Sunday.
Mrs. Albort Trott of Mt. Vornon
visited with Mr. and MrB. Earl Zol
man this wook.
Miss Ethol Ulnohart, Miss Mary
Ralston, Mrs. P. J. Cummlngs nnd
MrB, Jorinlo Ball woro guests of Mt.
Vornon frlonds on Tuosday.
Mr. S. S, Sylor died at tho homo
farm In Berlin township on Tuosday
at 3 p. tn, from cancor ot tho stom
ach at tho ago of nlxty-olght years,
Ho was tho fatlior of thlrtcon cull-
dron, eight Of whom and his wife sur
vive him. Tho funornl was held nt
Ankcnytown on Friday at 11 o'clock
at which placo Intorment was mado.
Mr. Syler had boon taking troatmont
nt Mt. Vornon for Bomo tltno past and
about ton days ago returned homo. Ho
was one of tho leading and prosperous
farmers of Berlin township nnd leaves
a host of friends to mourn his loss.
All tho children live In this vicinity
except ono son, Mr. George Syler, at
Marietta, who Is seriously 111 at this
There will bo preaching services at
tho Presbyterian church next Sunday
morning and ovcnlng. Itov. Joy C.
Hanna of Forest, Ohio, having been
socured for this tlmo.
After tho hand meeting last Fri
day evening tho basoball boys had a
business meeting nt the council room
at which thoro was a representative
attendance. Tho boys Beemcd to
think that tho outlook for a regular
organized team for Fredorlcktown
was much In doubt, ns very llttlo in
terest had been taken In the matter
and that tho t'nio had como when dol
lars must talk. Thcro Is a lot of ox-
tra expenso Incident to the organiza
tion this year that must bo taken care'
of now uniforms and other parapher
nalia that has been used until It Is
completely worn out. Tho boys now
put It up to tho business men that
they must furnish nt least $125 or thoy
cannot organize. Somo of the busi
ness men In turn think that thoy aro
taxed to about tho limit for every
thing that comes along and that re
turns from such an Investment is
doubtful. Whethor tho spirit of sport
will ovcrcomo this business reason
ing Is something yet to bo developed.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Beck visited
rolatlves In Mt. Vornon last Sunday.
Mr. F. A. Hunt has gono to Nor
walk and other points In tho Wesi
orn Reserve whero ho Is Introducing
cement machines for tho Footo foun
dry. There was a good attendance at tho
conceit given by tho Sterling Jubllco
Quartctto on Tuesday ovonlng In splto
of tho Inclement weather. Tho on
tortalnmcnt was ono ot tho best of
tho courso and Is the last number for
Mrs. Thos. Babcock of Marengo,
camo Saturday to visit with Mrs. Har
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hcrzog has
moved from tho country to tho resi
dence recently vacated by Mr. A. II,
Tho Prcsbytorlan church has award
ed tho contract for repairing tho1
iaigo stained glass window on tho
west sldo of tho church which was
I1??1011 by tho .lml1 sUrm on Monday
This repair will cost them two hun
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Miss Floronco Smith of Qxford Is
spending tho week with her paronts,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Smith.
S. 11. Foster who sustained serious
Injuries In a fall from n load of hay
a few days ago lu slowly Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Morlloy of
Columbus woro callers on rolatlves
In this placo Sunday.
James McLoan of Mt. Gllead mado
(lying calls horo Monday.
Webb Truax spent Sunday with
Mt. Gllead relatives.
Prof. Josoph' Long who has been
ncrlously 111 with pnouiuonla Is much
A. F. Wllloy and wlfo spont Sunday
with lolativos and frlonds In Newark.
Mrs. Fiod Holllliaugli of Mansfield
Is spending tho wcok with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo W. Dames.
11. W. Suurs mado a business trip
to Columbus Saturday.
Claude Rush was u Columbus visit
A. II. Buck spent Sunday with Vob
torvlllo relatives. l
Mr. and Mis. 0. M. Grubb havo
boon visiting ft lends In Howard.
Mrs, W. L. Woodruff Is sick with
Miss Josephine Mathows of O. W.
U. is Hpondtug thu spring vacation at
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Mossrs. Isaao and Bruco Putnam
aro homo from college Bpondlng their
Eastor vacation with their parontB,
Dr. and Mrs, W. S. Putnam.
R. E. Loltor, wlfo and daughter, vls
ltod his j brothor, O. C. Loltor and
family, horo ovor Sunday.
Mr, S, L, Thompson was In. Mt. Vor
Shorman Robinson was tho guest
of his paronts horo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hlghnam and
family of Orrvlllo spont sovoral days
horo recently with rolatlvos.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Borden of Fred
orlcktown roturnod to their homo aft
er n brlof visit horo with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Balloy. ,
Mrs, McConnoll (noo Miss Villa Mc-
Farland) loft for hor now homo at
Tho last numbor of tho Lecture
Courso was given on Wednesday night
by tho Virginia Warblors at tho Dls
Mr, and Mrs. Moult Black of Dan
ville woro In our village Saturday.
Earl Cunningham, who Is making
his homo with his sister, Mrs. Fred
Bartlett of Orrvllle came down horo
Mr. A. W. Fcndrlck ot Howard was
In our vicinity u couplo ot days last
James Weeks spent Sunday with
his family hero.
Mr. and Mrs. John Workman spent
Saturday and Sunday In Mt. Vornon
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Aunt Mary Bird Is making somo Im
provement In health and can use her
arm- that was brokon, but sho may
nover be able to walk because of a
Mrs. J. B. Mastelller Is no bettor
than a week ago. The following rela
tives spent Sunday with hor: Mon
roo Dustln nnd family ot Contorburg,
Osgood Dustln und family of Rich
Hill, Clint Dustln and family of Lock
and P. N. Dustln of Contorburg.
Mrs. Ada Yoakam Is slowly Improv
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Italph Yottst of Mil-
ford township spent Sunday In Mt.
Liberty, tho guests ot hor fatlior, Low
Laura MoFarland of Bangs Is spend
ing a week with hor sister here, Mrs.
Clarence McBroom Is spending a
few days with his sister, Mrs. Now
els, of Holmesvlllc, Ohio.
Mr. Curtis has moved from tho
Youngblood mansion to tho George
Davis farm west of town.
Samuel Thatcher has moved his
family Into the houso opposito tho A.
Ed. Smothers nnd family spent Sun
day with Clayton Jackson's.
James McFnrland visited Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Tucker Sunday.
J. B. Mastoller, tho section boss
horo, had to leavo his work for a
tlmo to caro for his sick wife.
Mrs. Wood of Brandon and Mrs.
McGonn of Mt. Vernon spont Sunday
with Mrs. Luclnda Poland.
Mrs. Dr. McLaughlin and Mrs. Mor
cy visited at Sunbury ono day last
Ilusscll Tucker of Orvlllo and
Vaughn Youngblood aro homo tem
Saved From the Grave.
"I had nbout given up hopo, after
nearly four years of sufforing from a
sovoro lung "trouble," writes Mrs. M.
L. Dlx, of Clarr.svlllo Tonn. Often the
pnln in my chest would bo almost un
bearable nnd I could pot do any work,
but Dr. King's Now Discovery has
made mo feol llko a new person. Its
tho best mcdlclno mado for tho throat
and lungs." obstinato coughs, stub
born colds, hay fovcr, la grippe, as
thma, croup, brnchltls and hemorrh
ages, hoarseness and whooping cough,
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Mrs. Mary Campbell
Mrs. Mary Campbell died at her
homo on West Hamtramck street
Tuesday afternoon at threo thirty
o'clock after a1 threo weeks' Illness
caused by gall stonesi Sbo was forty-eight
years of ago and Is survived
by hor husband and ono son, William
W. Carapboll of Columbus. Tho re
mains will bo shipped to Hartford
City, Indiana, on tho G:1B train on tho
C. A. & C. Wednesday ovonlng whoro
tho funoral will bo hold Friday aftor
noon at two o'clock. Intormont will
tako plnco In Hartford City.
The Keller Funernl
Tho funeral of tho lato MrB. Roso
Keller will occur Thursday afternoon
at two o'clock at the Presbyterian
church, Row J. S. Rovcnnaugh offi
ciating. Interment In Mound View
Simon 8. Syler
Simon S. Syler died at his homo
about ono mllo south of Ankncytown
Tuosday afternoon at about three
o'clock after a two months' Illness
caused by stomach troublo. Ho was
a fanner sixty-eight years of ago and
Is survived by his wife, four sons and
four daughters. Tho funeral Friday
morning at cloven o'clock at tho Ank
ncytown German Baptist church, Rev.
I C. Hclstand officiating. Interment
In the Anknoytown cemetery .
Rev. Huntsberger's Funeral
Tho funeral of the lato Rov. F. II.
Huntsborgor which wns to havo been
held Thursday afternoon will not take
placo until Friday afternoon at two
o'clock at tho houso, Tho remains
will Ho In stato nt the residence from
ten o'clock until four o'clock Thurs
day and nil frlonds wishing to, will
call betwoen those two hours.
The Demon of the Air
Is tho germ ot lagrlppo, that, breath
od In, brings suffering to thousands.
Us after effects are weakness, ner
vousness, lack of appetite, energy and
ambition, with disordered liver and.
kldnoys. Tho greatest need then Is
Electric Bitters, tho splendid tonic,
blood purifier and regulator of stom
ach, liver and kldnoys, Thousands
havo proved that they wonderfully
stronghtcn tho norves, build' up tho
system and rcstoro health and good
spirits after an attack of grip. If suf
fering, try thorn. Only 50c. Perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by G. U. Bak
or & Son, F. Finks of Fredorlcktown.
Miss Jeanctto Piatt returned to
Gambler yesterday, aftor visiting for
11 fow days at tho homo or her parents,
Dr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Piatt, of Marlon
nvonuo. Her guest, Miss Harrlsln, a
teacher at Harcourt somlnary, return
ed to Gamblor with hor. Mansfield
AUCTION of second hand buggies.
In order to mnko room for new goods I
will soil nt auction on Saturday, April
9, ton or twelvo second hand buggies
of various kinds, which I havo recent
ly traded for. If you havo n buggy to
trado, como In boforo that tlmo. Salo
to begin at 1 p. in. L. A. WEISS, 20C
W. High strot.
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not against you.
Indianapolis, Ind., April C Every
county ot Indiana, Including seventy
from which tho saloon has been abol
ished, was represented among tho
1,500 dolcgatos and visitors that fill
ed Tomllson hall today nt tho formal
opening of tho Prohibition con
vention. Mr. A. B. Klrkpatrlck, of
Kokomo, presided at tho Initial ses
sion, which was given over to tho ap
pointment of committees and tho
transaction of other routine business.
Tomorrow tho convention will namo
candidates for state officers and adopt
a platform for tho coming campaign.
Tho party lntonds to work for tho
election of 11 sufficient number ot
mombers of tho next legislature to
bring about tho adoption ot a joint
resolution looking to tho submission
of a prohibition amendment In 1913.
THE CALL OF THE BLOOD
for purification, finds voice In pimples,
bolls, sallow complexion, a jaundiced
look, moth patches and blotches on
tho skin, all Blgns of liver trouble.
But Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills make
rich red blood; glvo clear skin, rosy
chcoks, flno complexion, health. Try
them. 2Gc nt G. U. Bak'or & Son, F.
Fink of Fredorlcktown.
ANNNIVERSARY OF POLE
Marion, hid., April C. Commander
Peary, upon his arrival In Marlon to
day for the purposo of delivering a
lecture, found awaiting him a large
number of lettors and telegrams of
greeting, reminding him that this was
tho first anniversary of tho discovery
of tho North Polo.
Wor6e Than Bullets.
Bullets havo caused less suffering
to soldiers than tho eczoma L. W. Har
riman, Burlington, Me., got In the ar
my, and suffered with, forty years
"But Bucklon's Arnica Salvo cured me
whon all else failed," he writes.
Greatest healer for sores, ulcers, bolls,
burns, cuts, wounds, bruises and piles.
25c at G. R. Baker & Son, F. Finks of
Mr. William Wytho wont to Colum
bus Wednesday, morning to spend sev
eral days with his sister, Mrs. Maria
A good sttong gas well was struck
by tlo Mohican Oil and Gns Co. on
Frank Beard farm, south of Blandens
burg, Tuesday morning.
Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Boynton of Co
lumbus wero In tho city Tuesday to
attend tho funeral of the lato Edward
Boynton and woro guosts of Mr. and
Mrs. Garfield Snow.
Only a llttlo cold In the head may
be tho beginning of an obstinato case
of Nasal Catarrh. Drive out cho In
vader with Ely's Cream Balm ap
plied straight to tho Inflamed stuffed
up air-passages. Prlco 50c. If you
profor to use an atomizer, ask for
Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the
good qualities of tho solid form of
this remedy and will rid you of ca
tarrh or hay fevor. No' cocalno 'co
breed a dreadful habit. No mer
cury to dry out the secretion. Price
75c, with spraying tube. All drug
gists, or mailed by Ely Bros., CC
Warren Street, Now York.
HERE ever you go it really pays you to be.
dressed no telling whom you are go
ing to see or who's going to see you; and
looks count always you want them to
We'll make your looks count double if we can
get you to wearing our clothes. They are perfect in
stylo and tailoring.
All wool fabrics and fit guaranteed.
Special showing this week of $15 and $18 Suits
225 South Main Street
"Correct Dress For Men"
Mr, Harry Bclnhour of Grnnvllle,
Ohio, Is spending' several days in
Brandon, tho guest of his parents, Mr
and Mrs. S. P. Bclnhour.
Choice seed potatoes, Early Bird,
White Giant, Whlton's White Mam
moth. R. D. 3, Clt. phone 174, Gam
bler exchange. Harry J. Smith.
Mr. Scott Camp, who has been
spending soveral days with his par
ents In Mt. Vernon, returned to Doa
Ison Unlvorslty nt Grnnvllle Wednes
day noon to resume his studies.
Mr. William Curotonof Lexington,
Ky., who has beon visiting relatives
In tho city, went to Columbus this
oftcrnoon on business.
Mrs. J. D. Rockwell returned to hor
homo In Norwnlk Wednesday morn
ing a after short visit with relatives
and frlonds in Mt. Vernon.
Miss Gertrude Soverns ot ML
Vernon, Is visiting with rolatlves and
friends In this city for soveral days
Mr. L. W. Ralston loft Wednesday
morning for his homo in Warren, O.,
after a soveral days' visit with his
son, W. II. Ralston of East Gambler
Mrs. Charles Fields and daughtor.
Thelraa, havo returned to Orrvlllo af
ter sovoral months' visit with Mr
Henry E. Smith and family.
Mr. Wallaco Mastoller returned to
GranvIIlo Wednesday noon to resume
his studies at Doano academy, after
spending several days at his homo in
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gorge Stull roturnod
to their home In Greer Wednesday
morning uftcr a several days' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hyatt of
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
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FIRE AND BURGLAR
In your bed room
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Main and Vine Streets
count for you
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