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f AGE TWO
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1010
BOY. IS SMI
Firs! Blood Spilled
POLICE AReSt BUSY
Friends o! Striking Carmen Break
, Loose in Spots.
SALOONS ORDERED TO CLOSE
WILL GALL OUT
Mayor Decides That Request
For Militia Justified,
THREE ARE SHOT IN, RIOTS
Many Others Receive Injuries When
Outlets, Stones and Other Missiles
Are Exchanged by Opposing Sides.
Tracks Are Impeded, Windows
Smashed and Explosives Used In
Controversy Police Work Hard to
Mayor Marshall Attacked and
, Saved By Firemen With Water
Hose-Inspector Shocked and
( Non-Union Employe Hit on Head
" With Hammer. ,
Columbus, O., July 26. First blood
baa been spilled, and excitement
Tuns high In ftlio strike of union con
ductors and motormon of tho Colum
bus street railway lines operated by
tbo Columbus Hallway and Light
Whilo pausing tho barns of tho
Milo district Perry Ebcrt, a youth of
19, ran into a bullet fired by a strike
breaker into a crowd of union eynv
Jjathlzera, stopping tho pellet with
Wa right leg. Ebert was taken to
tho Protestant hospital, painfully in
jurod. Tho shooting of Kbert pre
cipitated a small riot, and for n time
crlouu results wero threatened.
Inspector Gelger of the Rail-Light
company received sever shocks whilo
repairing a burned out fuse, tho re
suit of a short-circuit in tho trolley
wire, effected by strikers. Ho waa
taken to his home.
Tho hummer was added to tho Hat
of Btrlko weapons when Frank
Sheets, a laborer for tho street rail
way company, wits struck on tho
bead, near High and Spring streets,
and was badly hurt. It Is wild that
Btrlko sympathizers wore respoiiBlblo
for the Injury to Shcotn, but up to a
late hour tho police had obtained no
names. Sheets was taken to tho
Protestant hospital, where his condi
tion, whilo not necessarily fatal, was
Wild to bo serious.
Mayor Leads Police.
At tho West Side barns n llerco
riot broko out and Mayor Marshal
fe&atened to tho scene In nn automo
bile to take charge of the Hltuatlon.
Tho mob nt onco charged tho mayor'fl
automobile, two patrolmuu and a pa
trol wagon driver being seriously in
jured before tho rioters wore driven
tack by a lire company from a near
toy engine houso playing on the
crowd with a hose.
One car was wrecked on tho Leon
ard avenue line during the noon hour
toy employes of tho I'auhnndlo rail
way, who had disappeared by tho
tlmo tho auto patrol arrived.
Mayor Marshall, In view of tho
threatening situation, has ordered all
saloono in tho city closed until tho
trvetcnr difficulty Is settled.
Six polieo officers wero more or
Ices eoriously Injured and 76 arrests
for rioting wore made.
Manugor IS. K. Stewart again failed
to make good his promise to operate
coxa on all lines after nightfall, oper
ations on all streets leading through
tho densely populated union districts
being discontinued 'fcit S o'clock .and
too running or cars on High street
nnd a fow tharoughfuroB whoro tho
sympathy of tho pcoplo is with tho
lull-Light company was of nn ex
ceedingly spasmodic order.
Roth sides assort that they ir sat
isfied with tho situation and that they
w prepared to light it out to tho
TURN DOWN JACK'S OFFER
"L1I Atha" Not to De Admitted to
Bin Motor Races.
Indianapolis, lud., July 27. Sovcral
tfayo ago Jack Johnson, tho victor
war Jeffries, made application to en-
tor his high powor car In tho Bop
tesabor races at tbo Indianapolis mo
tor Bpoodway, When tho manage
ment refused to consider tho applica
tion Johnson's representative aBkod
that he bo permitted to give an ex
hibition drive. C. 0. Fisher, prcsl
lcnt of tho speedway company, an
nounced tbat Johnson would not bo
Allowed to (lvo tho exhibition. No
reason was mlgnod, but it was un
derstood that the white upoeders ob
jected to tho presonco of "a negro
thumper" ou tho truck.
"I Nupposo you talk dialect to amuse
tho summer boarders?"
"I used to," answered Farmer Haw,
""but not now, I call tbo farrahouso n
bungalow in this year's prospectus, and
jvorythlug will bo on a high brow
Columbus, O., July 27. In view of
developments In the streetcar strike,
Mayor Marshall has decided to call
on tho governor for troops at onco.
Tho call Is expected to bo issued to
day. Tho mayor declared that ho was
Impelled to this action becauso bo be
hoved that Irresponsible men had
bcon placed on tho streetcars, as
ovldenced by tho shooting from caro
Into the crowds during tho night, and
tho wounding of several persons. It
is sold that tho Second, Third and
Sixth regiments and Troop A of
Cleveland will bo called.
Thrco distinct riots of formidable
proportions engaged tho police attend
ing tho efforts of tho Columbus Rail
way und Light company to maintain
streetcar sorvico on Its . lines after
nightfall, tho net result of which nro
fully a dozen injured, sevoral of
which wero rushed to hospitals In a
Cars wore stoned by tho mobs, win
dows being demolished, and derail
ment resulting In one or two casoa.
Dynumlto ployed a part in tho day's
program, and but for timely discovery
might have resulted in serious loss of
life. Enough of tho deadly explosive
was found by the police on the tracks
of tho Leonard avenuo line to havo
blown a car 'and Its occupants to
ntouiB, and automobllo patrolB were
rushed to tho sccno to Intercept fur
ther demonstrations. All over tho city
cars oncountored torpedoes and other
explosives, which sent consternation
to the hearts of timid patrons and
those manning the cars.
Riots on West Side.
Tho locality of tho West Sldo barns,
in West Broad street, was again tho
scene of the principal rioting. A,
crowd of strikers and their sympa
thizers assombled at tho car barns,
and when attempts wero mndo to run
cars thoro was conflict between tho
opiiosing factions. Tho crowd had
shied stones and bricks at a car In
charge of Motormun James llouder
shelt, and tho latter, becoming on
rugod, drew u rovolver and fired, ono
bullet striking Dr. A. V. Miller, a den
tiBt, tho pellet penetrating deeply
into his right thigh. Mlllor was a
passerby and wns a nonpartlclpnnt.
Ho woh rushed to the Protostunt hos
pital. Houdorshelt was rescued from
tho mob by tho police and taken to
heudquartois, whoro charges of shoot
ing to kill wero preferred against
littn. Tho police woro tared to their
utmost, but finally succeeded in dis
pelling the Infuriated mob, which was
bent on taking Houdcrsholt.
llcochor Morrison, ono of a crowd
which had gathered about a car at
Rioud and Gift streets, was shot
twice, one bullet penetrating tho loft
log and another tho foot, both shots
being fired by Conductor S. A. Si
mons of tho intercepted car.
Crowd DIocks Cars.
At DonniHon nnd Ooodalo streots
tho crowd blocked sovoral cars, and
Motorninn Harry Moudea llred two
shots. Ho waa taken by tho pollco,
however, befoio ho had succeeded In
wounding any one, One motortnan
loat his courage and attempted to de
sert his car. Ho wan arrested and
taken to pollco hcadtiuurtors for
blocking tnilllc. At tho last namod
point several cuts wero badly dam
aged by missiles tin own by tho Btrlko
sympathlzercs, a number of them
having their windows completely
shutter ad. Tho three cannon who did
tho shooting woio all lodged In Jail,
and chnrgco of shooting to kill wero
proforred agnlnst them.
A small riot occurred nt tho Milo
bani3 and sovoral arrests were made.
At Linden, tho crowd poured gasolluo
on the trncks ahoud of tho cars and
sot lire to It.
Saloons wero closed all day
throughout t,hu city upon ordors of
AttemptB to maintain car service
wcro kept up until toward midnight,
but woro gradually abondonod aa re
sistance from the wtrlkoni continued.
Hut little offort was mado, however,
to run cure on tho moro hostile thor
oughfares. Patronngo was fairly
good in tho principal business sec
tion, but olsowTioro tho public evlncod
a preference for walking.
Thoro was no chango In the situa
tion, both sides expressing entlsfac
tlon with tho progress so far made,
nnd both declaring Uiolr Intention of
8omers Buys Cleveland Club.
Cloveland, O., July 27. J. K. Kll-
foylo sold his stock In tho Cloveland
baseball club to Charlea Soraorn, vice
president of tho American league.
Homers Is now solo owner of the
club. Tho retirement of Kllfoylo Is
believed to bo tho first stop toward
bringing Fiolder Jones hero man
user of tho Nopb.
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Miss fany House is tho guest of
rolntlvo3 and friends at Canton this
Sheriff Parker was hero last Satur
day nnd sold tho D. C. Cunningham
property to S. S. Day for $770.00.
C. 0. Loiter, wife and son were
guests of his brother, Rollln, at Orr
vllle over Sunday.
Thurston Parker of Mt. Vernon was
colling on Alfred nnd Edwin Starn
or here Saturday.
Jacob Spurgeon and family were
guests of Edward Lanning and family
in Holmes county, Sunday.
Frank Chaney nnd wife of Mt. Ver
non wore In our village, Tuesday.
Andrew Cunningham, who has been
tho guest of relatives hero for the
past week returned to his home in
Several of our ladles here have
been attending the sale of Mayers
Bros., nt Mlllersburg the past week.
Mrs. K. L. Hyatt is the guest of
her mother near Jelloway at present.
Samantha Gaumer of Wlntergreen
was tho guest of friends and rela
tives here last week.
Tho members of the Disciple church
held an Ice cream festival In the old
Presbyterlnn property last Saturday
evening, which was well attended.
The Tiverton band furnished music
for tho occasion.
L. 13. Church and wife spent lost
week with his parents near Pipes
vllle. Walter Workman and family of
Holmes county spent Sunday the
guests of her parents, Solomon Hoag
land and wlfo here.
Clifford Smith, Roxle Workman and
Lota Workman visited their sister,
Victoria Hawkins at Stlllwell, last
Mrs. Laura Welrlck and son, Ches
ter, of Akron, aro guests of Fred Bid
die and family.
Miss Ituby Barnes returned from a
pleasant visit with her grand-parents
at Greersvllle, Tuesday.
C. Fllgor,1 Geo. Hoagland, C. G.
Dowdall und J. L. Sapp have started
out with their threshing outfit and nro
making things hum.
Mrs. Norman Robinson of Barber
ton is the guest of Silas Hoblnson and
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, Mr. J. S. Purdy mado a business trip
to Chicago Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Ashcraft spent
Sunday with tho former's parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Ashcraft of near
Tho farmors aro quite busy harvest
ing this week.
Mrs. Stone la visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Grant Smith. v
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Purdy spent Sun
day with Harper Strieker and family.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthow Snyder are
tho pond parents of a son.
Tho play entitled "Under Tho Lau
rels" will bo gl;ven nt tho Messiah
church Saturday night, August Cth,
Miss Myrtle McKce is spending a
fow days with Mr. and Mrs. McElroy.
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Mr. Foster Dodd of Delaware is
liore on business.
Ilui dutto Puinphroy has returned
from a two weeks' visit at tho homo
of Hail McCnmmont.
Mr. F. V. Elliott has gone to Ful
ton, 0 on business.
Lulu Ilnll of Gambler Is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. John Ryan.
Earl Kerr spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Emma Korr.
Mrs. Lilly Cliue and sister, Mrs.
Good of Newark visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. I. Clluo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rowloy nro vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. John Mansfield of
Mrs, Jonnlo Smith and grandson,
Charles Arthur Harris of Utlca, are
guest of Mrs. Harriman.
Mrs. Emma Miser and Mrs. Georgo
Noal of Mt. Vornon woro guests of
Mrs. M. S. McKco Thursday,
Miss Barrett of Dayton is visiting
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Shrontz.
Miss lllancho TUtou of Boston nnd
Mrs. Graco TUton Thompson and chll-
dron of Minneapolis, aro spending tho
summer with their mother, Mrs. A. C.
Those from hero who aro tontlng at
Hiawatha aro Mrs, J. F, Shrontz and
father, Mr. Robert Loedlng; Mr, and
Mrs. W. I. Cllno; Mr. and Mrs. Bow
man and Miss Bowman.
Dr. and Mrs. N. S. Toland aro on-
tortnlnlng as houso guests Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Mltcholl of Kansas City;
Miss Ella Ewart of Marlon; Mrs, An
dorson and daughtors. Huzol nnd Ma
bio of Fort Wayno, and Ray Lafevor
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor
Tablets gontly stimulate tho llvor
'nnd bowols to oxpol poisonous mat-
tor, cloanso tho system, euro consti
pation and slek headacho. Sold by
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Miss Edna Bennett, Miss Bessie
Ayers, Glndls Mercer and Mr. Her
bert Ayors of Gambler spent a few
days the past week in Fredericktown
nnd attended a party given by Miss
Miss Besslo Bartlett of Mt. Vernon
was tho gcust of Miss Grace Norrlck
in Fredericktown over Sunday last.
Miss CoulBon of Utlca was tho guest
of Miss Marguerite Marple over Sum
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Cochran and
wife of Green Valley were guests at
the homo of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas
Hambly on Sunday last.
Mrs. Thomas Hambly entertained
for dinner Inst Saturday Miss Edna
Bennett and Miss Bessie Ayers of
Rev. W. I. Powell, D. D of Canton,
Ohio, was the guest of Rev. Thomas
Hambly on Friday last.
Rev. F. I. Johnson of Mt. Vernon,
superintendent of the Mt. Vernon Dis
trict, held thd fourth quarterly meet
ing last Sunday evening In the Fred
ericktown Methodist churrh. There
was a very nice attendance and tho
services w'cro greatly appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson of Spar
ta, came to Fredericktown In their au
tomobile Sunday evening to attend
the quarterly meeting at the Metho
dist church. They were accompan
ied by Mrs. Scarbrough and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker and
daughters of Mt. Vernon were in
Fredericktown on Sunday last attend
ing services at tho Methodist church
and the quarterly meeting.
Thcro will, be union services next
Sunday ovenlng at tho Presbyterian
Rev. Thomas Hambly will preach
at the Berlin Methodist church next
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Miss Besslo Castlo of Cleveland,
who has been visiting her nunt, Mrs.
F. A. Day, tho past two weeks, re
turned to her home on Friday last.
Everybody is invited to attend tho
festival given by the Bible 'class at
Batemantown, on Saturday ovenlng,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Brumbaugh of
Akron visited frlendB In this placo
tho past week.
Mr. Walter Hootman and sister of
Coshocton visited at tho homo of Mr.
Charles Hyatt tho past week.
Mrs. Jano Cadwell and Mrs. Addle
Snow of Flint, Michigan, visited at
tho home of Mrs. Snphrona Darling
tho past week,
Mrs. Susan Coatcs of Evarot, Mich.,
came to Fredericktown on Friday last
to visit her sister, Mrs. Anna Pur
dy, nnd expects to remain several
Mrs. Anna Purdy and Mrs. Susan
Coates wont, to Shelby on Tuesday to
visit about a week. They expect also
to visit at Ashland boforo returning.
Announcement has been made for
tho annual Waterford picnic to bo
held on Friday, August, 12, by tho Owl
C-eek Lodge, I. O. O. F. Tho speak
er for tho occasion will bo W. J. Biss
mnn ot Mansfield and tho Frederick
town Chautauqua will furnish sorao of
tho tnlcnt. Donald McGregor, tho
great Scotch baritone, will furnish
some of tho music.
Mr. Earl D. Day of Cloveland, broth
er of Mr. F. A. Day, editor of tho
Fredericktown Free Press, visited In
this vlllago over Sunday.
Miss Jcnnto Kirk of Indiana, was
tho guest of Mrs. Jennlo Ball.
Mrs. Hoy Darling has returned
from( a two weeks' stay with friends
at Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Addio Snow and Mrs. Jano
Caldwell aro guests of Mrs. Saphron
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Way of Card
ington visited J. B. Footo and wifo
C. M. Hildreth and wlfo havo re
turned from a wook's stay in Colum
bus. Mrs. E. A. Poorman ontortnined hor
aunt. Mrs. Lecdy, of Bellvlllo, on
Mrs. Amos Vonlro has been visiting
hor parents, Geo. Shoppard, north of
Mrs. Lecdy of Ankonytown wns tho
guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Amos, this weok.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Babcock of
Marengo, aro visiting their brother,
Mr. H. L. Grnff.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wright of To
lodo aro guests of Postmaster W. B.
Johnson nnd Mrs. Sadlo Hosack.
Mrs. Anna Brum and children ot
Pittsburg nro gueBts of her parents,
John Trlckel and wife.
J. B. Footo and O, R. Harry woro
in Cardlngton on Sunday guests of
W. S. Wray and wlfo.
Mrs. Goo. Kirk went to Mt. Vornon
Mrs, Shannon Sllllman Is entertain
InK hor friend. Miss Cnso of Rich-
wjjya, uico Barnharu is tuo guest
(P((ife",Ewors for n week.
v$MlsB'i;ita Hall waB n Canton visit
or on Baiuruay.
Mrs, ChaB, Harry and Bon, William,
wore lnTMtr Vornon on Saturday and
Mlssos Laura Brontllngor, Hormlo
Reynolds nnd Mary DavlB and Mrs,
Kennedy Chenoworth wero among
those who took In the excursion to
Sandusky on Sunday.
C. P. Footo and wifo went to Ca
ton on Saturday with tho C. & O
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Slecmnn and
son wcrp visiting tho lady's brother,
Mr. Frank Cllno, east of town.
Mr. Cecil, Steele of Minneapolis,
Minn., who has been visiting his par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Steele, east of
town, returned to his home on Sun
day. Mr. Roy Williams of Cleveland has
been visiting his father, Mr. Bryant
Mrs. Marlon Hathaway has been
visiting her mother nt Batemantown
for several days.
Mrs. Fred Barnhard and two daugh
ters are visiting hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson, 'east of town.
Miss Fannie Dovoo has returned
from an extended visit with hor sis
ter, Mrs. Harvey Canon at Flndlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Tip Foote were San
dusky visitors on Sunday.
Miss Emma Robinson went to Can
ton on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson visited
with friends at Mansfield on Saturday
Mr. Royal DoWitt of Cincinnati
spent a few days this 'week at tho
home of Mr. Joe Carr In Frederick
town. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hildreth wero
called to Sandusky on Saturday 'by
the death of tho former's cousin, nnd
attended tho funeral on Sunday.
Miss Graco Bateman, Miss Myrtle
Clawson and Miss Lena Vernon went
to Hiawatha Park on Saturday to
camp out a couplo of weeks.
Mrs. Guy Ewers visited her par
ents in Ankonytown the past week.
Mrs. Vernon and Mrs. Bateman at
tended tho session of tho Baptist as
sembly at Mt. Vernon on Tuesday.
Dr. U. M. Wright spent Sunday ev
ening at Hiawatha Park.
Mrs. Thomas Babcock of Marengo
came Saturday night to visit a few
days at tho home of Mrs. Harry Groff.
Mrs. Clawson and Mrs. Miller at
tended tho meetings at Hiawatha
Park on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stelnraetz visited
friends at Sandusky last Sunday.
A runaway automobile ,on High
street was tho cause of considerable
excitement last Monday evening. Dr.
J. II, Norrick left his machine In front
of Mrs. Noptune's residence and whilo
insldo a couplo of mischievous boys
started it going and did not know
how to stop It so tho machine made
its own way down tho street drlvor
less and ran In Mr. Gregg's barn
smashing ono of tho doors, ripping off
a tiro and badly damaging the front
of tho automobllo. Both boyo know
that tho other fellow was tho one at.
fault and neither ono did it, as usual
In such cases.
Chautauqua outlook is quite favor
ablo, another attraction having been
added making 17 In all. This Is cer
tainly a great opportunity for Fred
ericktown people nnd wo believe ev
ory home both hero and In tho sur
rounding country will bo represented
nt tho Chautauqua. The assembly
will opon with the Mills-Barnhlll de
bate and tho Esnest Gnrablo Concert
party. Other well known attractions
which will appear aro tho MacGregor
Concort party, L. G. Horbert, A. H.
Harnly, Hull Magician Co., Flora Con
cort Company, Milton W. Wnrelng, J.
M. Cochran, George Gibson Kerr, Dr.
D. W. Howell of Chautauqua, N. Y
Miss Rouso of Kentucky and Lieut
Col. A. M. Lockwitzky, tho noted Rus
sian scholar, soldier and orator.
Mlssos Edna Bennett, Besslo Ayers
and Gladys Morcor of Gambler, woro
tho guests of Miss Mary F. Braddock
last week from Thursday till Sunday.
Miss Minnie Hyutt is spending a
weok with friends north of Anknoy
town. Mrs. C. II. Mclntlro of St. Johns,
Michigan, has returned to hor homo,
after a fow weoks' visit with frlendB
Mrs. Mary E. Blackburn of Chica
go, 111., Is visiting Misses Flo and Vln
da Burch.and W. R, Jones nnd family.
Miss Martha Jones Is visiting in
southern Ohio, Kentucky and West
Mr. G. W. Donzor nnd family ac
companied by Miss Mary Hootman,
loft Tuesday morning iu their auto
for Coshocton after a fow days' visit
with C. H. Hyatt and family.
A crowd of young pcoplo enjoyed a
hay rldo to Frodorlcktown last Sat
urday ovenlng given In honor of tho
houso guosta at the homo of C. H.
Hyatt, southeast of town. After tholr
rotum music and games wero enjoyed
till a late hour. Thoso prosont wero
Misses Laura Denzor and Mary Hoot
man ot Coshocton; Fayo Thomas of
New Moxtco; Golda Brlcker, Masste
Hyatt, Ruth Hyatt, Fannlo De Voe,
Anna Hyatt and Eulalia Hyatt.
Messr. Earl Donzor, Grovor Hootman,
Walter Hootman ot Coshocton, Leon
ard Thomas of Now Mexico; Roger
Hyatt aud Walter Hyatt.
It la said that tho antl-klsslng so
cieties nro having mora applications
for membership thanthoy can tako
caro of. Wo had noMdoa thero wore"
so many unklssablo people in tbo
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P. I. Chlpps and daughter Inez, vis
ited Johnstown friends Saturday and
Mrs. F. S. Shinnaberry visited Mt.
Liberty friends Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Hopkins has returned
home after an extended trip with
friends in Galena.
Tho local baso ball team defeated
tho fast Columbus Mdso. team on the.
local field Saturday in a double head
er, winning tho,, first game by a score
of 8 to 6 and tho second, 2 to 0.
Mr. H. E. Watson of Newark is vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. Ed. Riley.
Ex-Shorlff W. H. Anderson and wife
of Newark visited A. C. Stinson and
Emmett Cotton of Mlddleton was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Cotton last week. ,
Miss Ethel Bowers returned homo
Friday after a fort night's visit with
friends In Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robertson aro
tho parents of a son, born recently.
Although the condition of Carl
Rowe Is yet quite critical tho attend
ing physician reports that ho is slow
Mr. John Short and Miss Murray of
Columbus are tho guests of Millwood
Miss Edith Workman of Columbus
itf tho guest of her sister, Mrs. B. F.
Tho engines of the C, A. .C. R,
R. company wero here last week- and
mado a survey for siding at this placo.
Quito a few wont on tho excur
sion to Canton Saturday.
Mrs. Brundage and Miss Helen Mc-
Nabb of Alt. Vernon are tho guests of
Mrs. J. L. Hammond.
Mr. Geo. Petry has moved Into the
F. D. Hammond property.
Mr. Geo. Lepley mado a business
trip to Mt. Vernon last Tuesday.
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Mrs. Anna Wagner of Newport, Ky.,
spent a fow days last week with Wll
Miss Carrlo Schwab of Shelby, O.,
Is visiting Mrs. Joslo Winter, this
Leo Smothers of Marongo spent
Sunday hero tho guest of his brother,
Brown Rnmoy and son Ernest of
Conterburg visited 'Vyaltor Gear
Halley Tucker of Aahlaud and Burt
Tucker ot Howard came homo to
E. C. Morey has tho mumps and is
off duty as agent.
Dr. McLaughlin has gono to Noblo
county, whoro his family Is spending
n fow weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolso Butcher of "Mt.
Vornon, also Mrs. Hazel Cramer of
Orrvllle, ar,o visiting Robert Cramer's.
Mrs. Mlnnio Shlnaborry lost her
driving horso last week.
Those Pies of Boyhood
How delicious wero tho pies of boy
hood. No pies now over tnsto so
good. What's changed? Tho pies?
No. It's you. You've lost tho strong,
healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver,
tho active kldnoyo, tho regular bow
ols of boyhood. Your digestion is
poor and you blamo tho food. What's
needed? A complete toning up by
Electric Bitters of all organs ot di
gestion Stomach, Llvor, Kldnoys,
Bowels Try them They'll restore
your boyhood appetite and apprecia
tion ot food and fairly saturate your
body with now hoalth, strength and
vigor. 50c at O. JX. Bakor & Co.'s,
F. Fink, Fredrelektpwn.
FARMS FOR SALE 130 acres, 3V4
miles from city, price $3,500. Also a
stock and grain farm, containing 250
acres, has four producing gas wolla.
Now 9-room dwolllng. Price $52 per
acre. Stream & Rlraor. tf
'"MrT Georgo Ewlng wcut to Colum
bus this afternoon whero ho will ac
cept n position running on a dining
car ot tho Pennsylvania railroad company,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
b, & o. R. R.
No. 14 5:50 a. m.
No. 4 11:24 a. m.
No. 1G 6:02 p. m.
No. 8 6:31 p. m.
No. 7 8:26 a. m.
No. 17 8:57 a. m.
No, 3 2:44 p. m.
No. 15 8:50 p. m.
Nos. 16 and 17 daily except
Sunday. Other trains dally.
C, A. & C. R. R.
No. 506 12:41 a. m.
No. 520 9:58 a. m.
No, 523 .-.. 6:30 a. m.
No. 504 8:57 a. m.
"No. 518 10:55 a. m.
No. 502 .'.12.25 p. m.
No. 508 5:10 p. m.
No. 500 9:37 p. m.
No. 507....".' 2:25 a. m.
No. 501 7;24 a. m.
No. 509 8:34 a. m.
No. 503 1:26 p. m.
No. 505.. 5:53 p. m.
No. 519 6:52 p. m.
No. 521 7:10 p. m.
No, 523 (To Mt. Vernon '
only), ,. 7:30p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
I Sunday only.
L. B. HOUCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Rogers building, No. Ill S. Malm
street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Rooms 2
and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All business of legal nature gives
prompt attention and especially to
practice In the Probate Court. Office.
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O.
New 'Phone, Office 104; Resldonce, 354
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
and exchanged. Properties rented and
rents collected. Fire insurance a spe
cialty. Representing 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident insurance,
llvo stock Insurance. Plato glass in
surance,, automobile insurance,' In fact
WO can Insure any property you may,
have. Surety bonds of all kinds. Call
and see ua. Room 1 Slpo bldg., South
Main st:- Clt. 'phono No. 447 Black;
Boll 253 R.
D. P. & J. D. EWING
David F. Ewlng John D. Ewlng
ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLOR8
Office, Kirk building, cornor. Mala
street, and Public Square, Mt. Ver
If you own anything, have
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE INSURANCE'MAN
18 E. Gambler St. Mt. Vernon, O.
Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red
E. C. BEGGS
Offlco in Arnold block corner ol
East High street and Monument
Square Mt Vernon, Ohio,
C. K. OONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Vino st.
Citizens' 'phono, 52. Office houra: a
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Mrs. Chas. Thomas and chlldrtn,
Avellno and Mary, of Baltimore re
turned hntnn TnpHflnv nfv- vldliln
visit with her Blstor, Mrs. Eva Kirk.