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THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910
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Frcderlcktown sent n good sized
'delegation to the county Sunday school
convention nt Mt. Vernon tho pnst
Mr. Harold Qhaso started for the
University of Pennsylvania at Phila
delphia tho past week.
Mr. William Monnctt of Delaware.
Ohio, vlslteiUwith friends In this vl
tlnlty tho past week.
Whllo visiting Mammoth Cave, Ken
tucky, Mrs. Helen Day had a serious
tall on Friday last and was killed. Mrs.
jDay was tho wlfo of Mr. Alvln Day,
former editor of the "Wyoming Demo
crat at Tunkhannock, Pa., and was on
n visit to Mrs. C. C. Day, mother of
Mr. F. A. Day of Frcderlcktown. The
Buckeyo Press Association was hav
ing their annual outing at tho Cincin
nati Exposition and went to tho great
cave on Thursday evening entering
the cavo tho next morning. Mr. Day
Was telegraphed to meet his mother
and the body at Columbus on Sunday
Mr. "William Hlxenbaugh of Lima,
O., visited at tho homo of Mr. James
Hlxenbaugh tho past weokt
Mrs. Kato Mclntlro of Mt. Gllead
Visited with Mrs. Hanna Slack last
Dr. H. S. Darling was called to New
tirk on Sunday, for counsel.
Fred Barnhard, wife and children
were guests of tholr uncle, Otto Ew
ers, on Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Clink has been visiting
In Mt. Gllead.
Chas. Harry recently purchased the
pony owned by E. C. McCulchcn.
Miss Myrtlo Groves of Indiana Is
Visiting friends nnd relatives hero.
Miss Etholyndo Studor has returned
to Mt. Vernon after a few days' visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hun
H. L. Groff, wlfo and daughter, Hel
en, wero guosts of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Tuttlo on Sunday.
Mrs. John McCrory was tho guest
of hor daughter, MrB. Fred Darling
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Alox Penlck havo been
attending tho Sunday school conven
tion at Mt. Vernon and woro guests
of Mr. Albert Flaharty and sister,
Mrs. Ella Moore.
Chester Kline has returned to his
Btudles nt Oborlln.
Mr. Stanton Itlnehnrt has sold his
laundry and will locate In Athens, O.,
whero ho will bo employed as book
keeper. J. D. Footo bus purchased tho prop
erty of Miss Tilllo Footo and will build
a now ofllco on tho lot aflcr moving
tho bouso clsowhoro.
Mrs. Hoy Darling hns been In Mt.
Gllead for two weeks.
Mrs. Josophtno Winter has again
been appointed tenchor In music.
Jphn Parr and wlfo wero at Hcd
ding, near Sparta, guests of their son,
Al. C. Ilnrr.
J. n. Footo and Mr. W. F. Wray
wero at Cnrdlngtou on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quay of Michi
gan, are guests of Mr. Quny's mother,
Mrs. T. J. Mapes.
Miss V. E. Kawcctt accompanied
Mrs. Hannah Hllllf to tho Old Ladles'
Home nt Zanesvlllo, on Monday.
Mrs. Trego, of Cleveland, gave a
Very Interesting Bteieoptlcon leuturo
at tho Presbyterian church Monday
MrB. M. P. Howes entertained nt
dinner Monday in honor of hor guest,
Mtb. Trego. '
Mr. Royal DoWilt of Cincinnati,
camo on Saturday to visit relatives of
Mrs. S. W. Zont went to Munslleld,
Friday, and returned home Monday,
Mrs. Stella SIovodh, Miss I.eoua
Wagner and Mr. A. 1). Uluohnrt and
MIbs Wlldn Rlnohnrt wero In Colum
bus on Sundny.
Mr. und Mrs. J. F. llarr visited rela
tives at Ileddlng, a fow days tho past
Mr. J. H. Footo transacted business
. In Cardlngton, ono day IiihI week, c
Mrs. T. liabcock nnd MIbs Noo of
Marengo, veiled Htmrnl dnya tho
post week with Mrs. Harry Grolf.
" Miss Mary Ralston Bpout sovornl
dayB with friends In Mlllorsburg tho
Mrs. M. P. Howes ontortnlned MrB.
Trego, tho W. C. T. U. lecturer of
Cleveland during her stay In Fredor
icktown. Mrs. M. P. Howes, Mrs. Jennie Hall,
Mrs, Edwarda, Mrs. Thos. llambly,
Mrs P. L. Wllklns nnd Mrs. J. II.
Footo, wero delegates from tho M. E.
church, who attended tho Sunday
Bchool convention in Mt. Vernon Sat
urday, Dr. II, 8. Darling was a Nowark vis
itor on Sunday last.
Mrs. Charles Harry visited hor
toother in Mt. Vernon on Sunday last.
Mrs. W. II. Dean nnd daughtorB at
tended tho wedding nnnlvorsary of Mr.
and MrB. J. M. Yoakum In Mlllor town
Bhlp last week.
Mr. E. W. Mendonbnll and wlfo of
ColumbuB vlBltcd a fow days this
week with Mr. and Mrs. U. F, Par
mentor In Fredorlcktown.
Mr. W, S. Hradrick is building a
now residence for Mr. Olydo Hush Just
cast of town.
Mr. Harry Parker and family re-
fo Youngstown on Tuesday
As tho chilly mornings of fall come
Frcderlcktown people nro wondering
what they aro going to do for gas this
winter. If wo havo as sovero cold
seather as last winter and tboro is
as great a call for gas by our Indus
tries tho plpo lines will again bo in
adequate to Biipply tho demand. Somo
time ago tho business men of tills
plnco discussed tho matter of petition
ing tho company to put in nnothor
main froni tho gas field but tho repre
sentative of the Ohio Fuel nnd Gas
company agreed to Inform tho com
pany of tho needs here and that per
haps they would tako tho Initiative
without tho petition. Mr. Lovell there
upon started tho request along tho
proper lines and thoro is sonic pros
pect that beforo bad weather-sots In
provisions against winter's demands
will bo taken care of. In tho mean
time tlie coal men and those selling
coal heaters are busy booking ordors
as tho people do not want to tako
chances of another freozo out this
winter. It Is to bo hoped that a now
lino will bo laid beforo long.
Mrs. Robert Smith of Dubuquo, In.,
visited friends in Frcderlcktown tho
past week. Mrs. Smith was former
ly a resident hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McNaro visited
their bod, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. U. Itced, at
Orrvllle, Ohio, last week.
Mrs. H. M. Hlllls of Zanesvillo, who
tins been visiting friends hero the past
few weeks, returned on Tuesday ac
companied by Miss Jennlo Fawcett.
Mrs. Hlllls makes her homo at tho
Ilolon Purcell Homo in tho abovo
Upon tho resignation of Miss Smi
ley to tako a position in the Mt. Gllead
schools, tho Frcderlcktown board of
education elected Miss Esther G.
Houle of Salem, Ohio, as principal of
the schools. Miss Houle Is a graduate
of tho Ohio Wesloyan University at
Delawaro and comes well recommend
ed as a teacher of much ability.
Mrs. Stella Stevens visited her
brother, Mr. Hoy Herondeon at tho Co
lumbus hospital last Sundny.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones of Frederick
town visited Miss Jennlo Jones at
Chestervillo tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ocker of Now
ark, Ohio, visited1 relatives in this vi
cinity tho past week.
MIsb Tilllo Footo will erect a now
resldenco on her farm north of town
and Mr. It. K. Smith has secured tho
contract for tho work.
Mr. O. A. Itnudall of Mt. Gllead
called on Frcderlcktown friends the
A meeting wns hold at tJio homo of
Mrs. S. A. Hosack on Tuesday ovon
lug to organlzo a Chautauqua read
ing circle to tako up a course of study.
Tills meeting wns quite well attended
but It wnB decided to wait until next
Tuosday evening to complete a perma
nent organization. Tho work tho C.
L. S, C. IIiIb year will bo very Inter
esting and Instructive and overy ono
Interested In solf Improvoniont and
tho uplift of tho community should
Join. A larger attendance would no
doubt have been present had tho placo
and tlnio of meeting boon more thor
oughly advertised but as it was tho
start was very satisfactory.
A number of tho EnBtorn Stars of
thlB placo planned to visit tho Rind
ensburg lodge on Thursday evening of
Mr. Louis Inkfl hns been transferred
from tho United States ExpreBS ngen
cy at Mlshawaka, Indiana, to tho posi
tion us cashier for tho company nt
Grand Hnplds, Michigan, This Is an
other atop up nnd wo nro pleased to
learn of his success.
Mr. and Mrs, Wlntorbnthnm moved
to Prodoricktown nfter holding their
salo on tho fnrm north of here.
Tho good work of Improving Main
street continues as fast as tho wcalh
or will permit. Now that uniform
hitching posts and dliches nro about
completed It makes ono wonder when
uniform cement sldowalks will ho tho
order. Our olllclals havo gono to con
siderable expense to mnko a good
standing placo for tho horses and now
If they would boo to it that thoro aro
good walking places for tho peoplo
It would not come nmlss,
Mr. Floyd Fleet nnd Earnest Cor-
wln wero homo from Columbus ovor
llov. Jones spent tho pnst wcok vis
iting In Knoxvlllo, Tcnn, Ho is ex
pected hero booh.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I, JamoB of Mt. Gll
ead visited friends west of hero tho
Mr. II, W. Dennis of Newark wns a
visitor In this placo the past wook,
Mrs. Kato Styor of Pennsylvania
visited friends and rolntlvos in this
vicinity tho past wcok.
Prof. A. 8. Gregg of Lorain visited
his mothor, Mrs. Abblo Gregg, last
Mrs. Harvoy DoVoo visited at Fal
myrn lust wcok.
Mrs. Lavonn TIbIi of St. Elmo, III.,
vlBlted her mothor, Mrs, Eliza Woston
the pnst wook.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Fisher visited
at tho homo of Prof. N. 1), Wilson in
Howling Grcon, Ohio, tho past week,
Tho ExocutIvo Committee of tho
Knox County Christian Endeavor Un
ion nnd ono representative of each
society aro roqucBtcd to meet Miss
Beck, Sunday afternoon, OctoDcr 2 nt
3 o'clock, in the Vino Street Church
of Christ, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Tho bo-
ciotlcs around Frcderlcktown will
probably send 'representatives to this
Sunday evening there wns a Union
Service field nt the Presbyterian
church under tho auspices of tho W. C.
T. U. at which Mrs. R. J, Trego, a na
tional evangollBt of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, spoke to
an interested and attentive congrega
tion on tlie theme of gospel temper
ance, founded on the 12th chapter of
Revelation, using the dragon as a rep
resentation of tho liquor trnlllc; clear
ly and forcibly sho brought the truth
homo to every citizen that It would
bo just as wise to repeal tho law
against horse stealing as the law
against liquor selling for tho reason
that these laws nre sometimes broken
Sho is a very clear nnd forceful speak
er and her word painting makes ev
erything very vivid. Then on Monday
evening she gave a lecture Illustrated
with views from a lino stereopticon;
sho began with a scientific demonstia
tion of tho effects of alcohol on the
system from the moderate drinker to
the sot, showing Its effects people
mentally, morally, physically, socially
and financially. Her views were tak
en from post mortem examinations
made in tho hospital at Cleveland.
Then in contrasting a life of purity
and consecration with a life of impuri
ty. Her lecture was most eloquent,
and tho pictures bo beautiful thai one
folt as If transported nbovo this sor
did earth into realms of beauty and
joy In sboit she led us step by step
from "darked America" to the corona
tion but tho pity of it was that so few
of Frcderlcktown people embraced the
opportunity of hearing it. The indif
ference of our peoplo will have an
awakening somo day that will shako
our vitiligo to Its foundations for right
is right and God Is truth.
Mrs. It. L. Skirvin and little son,
Robert, of Ashland, Ky., are the guests
of Misses Flo and Vorda Burch.
Mrs. II. A. Hyler nnd Mrs. M. F.
LaFovor spent last Thursday In Mt,
Vernon with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Alan.
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.J. UNION GROVE .
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Rev. Holm will preach nt tho Grove
noxt Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. Clay Gaumor of Illinois, is vis
iting relatives in this community.
Mr. Llnzy Hays of Buckeyo City, vis
ited hero this week.
Mr. Carl Pipes has accepted the
position of assistant on tho farm of
tho county Infirmary, and begins his
now duties this week.
Airs. Harry Petty and family, Geo.
E. Purdy and fnmlly nnd C. A. L. Hays
and family took dinner with Alox
Prof, A. II. Graham, suporlritendont
of Agilculturo Extension of tho O. S.
U., will glvo nn illustrated lecture at
tho Grange Hall, Pipcsvlllo, Wednes
day evening, Octobor Cth. Tho lec
ture will bo freo, and as several sub
jects of interest to tho farmers aro to
bo dlBciiBsod thore should bo n largo
Mr. Harry Holmes nnd wife, Carey
Wolfo and wife nnd Geo. W. Hays and
family visited Willis Bobotit nnd fami
Mrs. W. R. Eloy and daughter, Vir
ginia, of Washington, D. C, havo been
tho gueBts of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Eley
for a few days.
Mr. Manuel Lyburgor and fnmlly
spent Sunday with Bert Young and
Mr. Samuel Nichols was called to
Bladonsburg by tho death of his broth
er, Mr. Jefferson Nichols.
Thoro is considerable activity In to
gas Held north of this placo, there be
ing about a dozen now locations be
tween horo nnd Gambler.
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MIsb Pearl Stump of Mt. Vornon is
tho guest of Millwood rolatlves.
Mr. Peter Busenbergv expects to
movo Ino tho Korr proporty.
MIbs Nnncy Whitehead who has
boon on tho sick list Is nblo to bo
MIbs, Molllo Ponhorwood of Mt. Vor
non was tho guest of hor Millwood
friends and rolatlves last wcok.
Mr. Norman Welkor of Akron re
turned to his homo Saturday nftor u
pleasant visit with Millwood rolatlves.
Disciple Sunday school had tholr
plcures takon Sundny,
MIsb Molllo Culllson wns Uio guest
of Millwood frlonda and relatives Sat
urday. Tho (louring mill Is ncarlng comple
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Mrs. Kato Stayer of Pennsylvania
has been visiting friends horo.
Mr. Porch of Manalleld visited
frlouds hero Sunday,
S. J, Workman, wlfo nnd daughtor
woro guests of .nek Burgor and wlfo,
Miss Wealtha Workman spent Sun
day with MIsb Anna Hlvely,
Geo. Cocanour and wlfo and Sam-
uol Montis and wlfo wero guests
L. M. Brubnkor and wife.
Wilson Keller and wife visited
J. R. Deal's, Sunday.
Isaac Leedy called on friends
Mt. Vernon last week.
Miss Bertha Brubaker spent Sun
day with Miss Blanche Bcal.
Walter Lewis and wife wero guests
of John Guthrie and family Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Gllmoro has purchased
tho John Guthrie farm.
The ministerial mooting will be hold
at the church of the Brethren, Oct. 4,
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Mrs. 0. S. Starner and sons, Edwin
and Alfred, were guests of Sheriff
Parker and family at Mt. Vernon over
A young man from our village camo
away from Lorain one day last week
and forgot to settle for his board,
but when the chief of police camo and
took him back to that city he then re
membered to settle In full.
The steam shovel on the T. W. V.
& O. Ry. shut down indefinitely last
Heber Bros, shows aro exhibiting in
town tonight. (Monday.)
' Solomon Hongland and wife aro
guests of relatives in Cleveland and
Akron this week.
The recent appraisement of the real
estate shows it to bo about four times
as much as at the recent valuation,
ton years ago.
E. C. Jones, section foreman on the
C, A. & C. hero, has a largo force of
men at present laying steel on tho big
hill between this placo and Glenmont.
The public schools horo aro pro
gressing nicely under tho Instruction
of tho following efficient corps of in
structors: Supt., Prof. Dean; Gram
mar Dept., Charles Colglu; Intermed
iate, May Black; Primary, Avlce
W. A. Barnes and Irvln Sevlts re
cently purchased a Registered Guern
sey bull from parties near Cleveland.
S. S. Day is attending the Grand Cir
cuit races at Columbus this week.
C. S. Starner made a business trip
to Columbus last week.
Walter Slate and wife havo moved
from Union township to tho .Wlnslow
property near tho C, A. & C. depot.
Wm. Bailey will take .possession of
tho hardware store he recently pur
chased from Hyatt & Scholes, Octobor
Miss Mildred Smith of thi3 place is
entered In the Loudonvlllo Democrat's
voting contest which la now running.
Mrs. C. C. Letter roturned from a
week's visit with her mothor near
James Illubaugh finished loading a
car of potatoes here last Saturday.
Ho will have another load some time
Adam Wolf and family will movo in
to tho Ida Workman property about
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Mesdaines C. A. Franks and Mnttlo
Smoots wero guests of Mrs. II. J. Hood
nt Utlca, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell and
daughter, EIolso nnd Mrs. C. W. Larl
more nnd son, Frederick, of Mt. Vor
non, were guests of Mrs. W. II. Mitch
ell ovor Sunday.
Miss Goldlo Brlcker of Mt. Vornon
nnd Miss Merlo Sutton of Centerburg
wero guests of Miss Beryl Munson ov
Mr. Clyde Lnudorbaugh from Hom
er was in Lock Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cornell and Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Cornell woro guests
of Air. and Mrs. Orlnndo Dumbnuld
Miss Addlo Moyera of Columbus was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Cornoll a fow days. 1
Mrs. Ramio Carver and Mrs. H. J.
Hood of Utica woro visitors hero Fri
day. Tho ladies of tho Golden Gossip
Club will meot with Mrs. Frank Chris-
HARDING ADMIRES UNCLE JOE GANNON
(Ed)torlal in tho Marlon Star, Mr. .Harding's papor, March 10, 1909.)
Speaker Cannon refutes the Idea that he Is now, or ever has
been a Czar. He holds that the majority rulea npw and always
has ruled. Right you are, "Uncle Joe," and It Is one of tho most
highly centralized and perfectly unified majorities that ever came
down the legislative thoroughfare.
Thoy nro putting all sorts of prop
esltlous up to Governor Harmon and
ho is meeting them with a courago
that is commendable and which will
win for him tho ndintratlon and sup
port of every falr-mindod, lnw-abldlug
citizen of tho 'groat State. Alliance
"Undo Joe" cems to havo knock
ed all tho wind out of Roosevelt's
son-in-law when ho called Nick a
man Thursday afternoon.
Tho ladles of tho Congrcgatlonnl
church wero guests of tho Guild at
Croton, Saurday afternoon.
From Active Business, Will
Return To Mt, Vernon
(Dunkirk, New York, Herald)
The last few days havo witnessed an
important chango in the business af
fair of the Harper Drug company. The
nnme of the well known concern has
'jeen changed to tho Harper-Gervols
Orug Company. William J. Gervals
Is now half owner and assumes tho ac
tive management of the business, with
John Harper, also half owner retiring
from nctlve management. Mr. Harper
will act In nn advisory capacity In the
handling of the company's affairs nnd
will divide his time between Dunkirk
nnd Alt. Vernon. O.
The drug store is one of Dunkirk's
oldest business establishments, tin
1882 It camo Into existence under the
name of Light & Harper. In 1884 Mr.
Harper took over full ownership and
from that time until 1D0G the business
wns carried on under the name of
John Harper. In 190G tho name was
changed to the Hnrper Drug Co. and
thus It remained until the change to
Its present name, Harper-Gorvals
Drug Company. The now change went
into effect Inst Saturday.
Don't Break Down
Severe strains on the vital organs,
like strains on machinery, causo
break-downs. You can't over-tax the'
stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels or
nerves without serious danger to your
self. If you aro weak or run-down,
or under strain of any kind, tako Elec
tric Bitters, tho matchless tonic medi
cine. Mrs. J. E. Van de Sande, of
Klrkland, 111., writes: "That I did
not brenk down, while enduring a
most scvero strain, for three months,
ts duo wholly to Electric Bitters." Use
them and enjoy health and strength.
Satisfaction positively guaranteed. 50c
at G. R. Baker's, F. Fink, Frederick
AT SAME HOTEL
Ten Margorets Register In One Day
Chicago, Sept. 28 "Tills must be
visiting day for all the Margarets.
Never in nil my time havo I seen nny
thing like it," said Clerk Ernest Reul,
of tho Congress Hotol, as ho assigned
the tenth woman of the name of Mar
garet to a room, "and thoy nre from
many sections of tho country."
These arrivals woro Margarot Stick
ley, Grand napids, Mich., Margaret
Moeser, Cincinnati, O., Margaret
Shields, Loulsvile, Ky.; Margaret
Whlthead, Shtovesport, La.; Margarot
Baldwin, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mar
guret Cayo, Mobile, Ala.; Margarot
Cases', Memphis, Tenn.; Margarot
Sale, St. Louis, Mo.; Margaret Mus
grave. Little Rock, Ark.
A Man of Iron Nerve
Indomitable will and tremendous en
ergy nro novcr found where Stomach,
Livor, Kidnoys nnd Bowels nro out of
order. If you want these qualities
and tho success thoy bring, uso Dr.
King's Now Life Pills, tho matchless
regulators, for keen hrriln and strong
body. 25c nt G. It. Baker, and F.
Fink of Fredorlcktown.
HOME scekor, don't overlook tho
best proposition for a line, close-in res
ldenco In Mt. Vernon today. A bot
tom prlco will bo mndo for a fow days
to closo tho deal. Get busy, you won't
havo this bargain chnnco long. I havo
several other houses and lots nt cheap
prices. Seo Col. L. O. Hunt, 3G Public
Squaro, Citizens 'phono C8 Red.
Something Besides Speaking,
Hnrdlng can mako a fair stump
speech, but what would he do as gov
ernor In omorgoncles like Hnmon
has had? Ho would bo lost In e
shufllo. Lisbon Patriot.
Ono of tho amusing spectacles of
tho political situation lu Ohio is tho
offort being put forth to convince the
"Insurgents" that tho way to bo "pro
gressive" is to -stand by Harding and
Tatt on the Taft-EUIs-Dlck stand-pat
ME M WILFULLY BLIND ?
Every laborer In Ohio knows that the 'price of woolen clothing has
gono sky high. Every farmer knows the price of his wool Is down In
the oub-ccflar. Both agree that the tariff, dictated by the monopolists,
and accepted In the Taft-Afdrlch-Payne bill, Is framed for the eastern
manufacturer, and both ought to get busy to ropudlate a party respon
sible for the law.
Warren G. Harding said In a speech at Cleveland April 20, 1910,
reported In tb Cleveland Leader, that this tariff Is the best that an
congress had yt produced. He said that before he was nominated for
governor. His platform says of It, "No tariff bill was ever more unjustly
The Cleveland Leader, a Republican paper, said editorially after the
platform was adopted, "None but the wilfully blind can fall to see the
widespread disappointment among Ohio Republicans over the outcome
of the platform fight at Columbus."
Unless you are wilfully blind election day you will mark your ballot
for "Harmon and a clean sweep." '
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$6.00 $7.50 $10.00
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$25.00 and $30.00
Others up to $200,00
Positively m The Largest Stock
In Mt. Vernon.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO
to get the best business education.
One year of performance is better tnan ten years of prom
ise. The Mt. Vernon Business College haB made good.
We weren't experimenting on Mt. Vernon the past three
years with our local Branch School. We knew Just what we
were doing. Business men had pledged enough students for a
fine class before even the first announcement, and each year
was a grand success- -this one will be even better.
Your money couldn't secure you a better eduoatlon no
matter where you want. There Is only bno BEST and In Col
lege Systems, and methods we control them absolutely. We
pay large salaries to instructors who know their business and'
graduates of this school nr never be out of a position we
Stay at home with your family and go to business collego
in your home town what can you ask better than that espec
ially when you have everything that the big city college can offer
nothing different but the size of the school, and that can cer
tainly be no disadvantage.
WE POSITIVELY GUARANTEE POSITIONS UPON
GRADUATION OR REFUND EVERY CENT OF TUITION
PAID. HOW CAN YOU LOSE? '
Fall Term Opens
Send for our new and elegant 60 page Catalog and other
literature FREE upon request. ' .
MT. VERNON, OHIO.
I cordially invite you to my Tailoring Parlor,
to inspect my new Importations for Fall and Winter.
Stock new and Nobby and Workmanship first class.
John R. Doelf s
PEACTICAL TAILOR AND CUTTER
Opera House Block Mt. Vernon, O.
Sept. 6th, 1910