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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1010
Columbus, 0., Sept. 29. State
Printer K. A. Crawford was called
borne to West Union by a telegram
enylng that his wife was In a serious
condition, and It was believed that
the end was near. Mrs. Crawford
has been HI for some tlmo and Iter
husband suffered an accident whllo
on his way to see her In tlio middle
of July. When he returned to bis
office In the stntehousc Mrs. Craw
ford was somewhat Improved.
Troy, O., "Sept. 20. Judge Theo
dore "Sullivan, presiding Judgo of the
circuit court of tho Second district,
died at his homo here from nervous
prostration. Ho was 71 years of ago.
It 1b understood that Governor Har
mon will npjolnt Harry Fernedlng,
Dayton nttorney and Democratic can
dl'dnte for thj circuit bench, to suc
ceed Judge Sullivan.
Dutter 32c, eggs 20c.
Clough for sowing machines. tf
Shanty for cut flowers, 8 N. Main.
Mrs. Sarah Dunnlck was u visitor In
Columbus on Wednesday.
Mr. William II. linker of Sandusky,
O,, is tho guest of friends in tho city.
Mr. L. C. Stlllwell went to Newark
Thursday noon on business.
Mrs. J. M. Weaver Is spending sev
eral days with relatives near Fivo
Trunk straps, shawl straps nnd oth
er traveling outllt occessorles at
Mr. and Mrs. Knotmaii of Cincinnati
! spent Thursday In Ml. Vcinon, tho
guestB of friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I). 13. Snpp went to Co
lumbus Tlimsdny morning to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 13. Wolls went
to ColumbusVednoHdny to spend sov
eral dnys. with relatives.
Mr. Albert T. O'Brien of Coshocton
nvenuu went to Howard Thursday
morning on business.
Stovo boards 39c and upwuid nt
Miss Margaret Mead wont to Colum
bus Thursday morning to Bpend tho
Mr. Orvlllo Weir of Mansfield spent
Thursdny In Mt. Vernon tho guest of
friends and relatives.
Rov. I), II. Chrlsmnn of ContorUurg
spent Thursday In Mt. Vernon tho
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Ilabhs
of Bast Burgess street,
Tho Mesrs. SmlthhlHlor of South
Vernon nnd Paul T. Tinker of limit
High street wont to Howard Thurs
day morning on business.
T'arr has In a ulcu bunch of strong,
well bound trunks with good locks,
handles, trnys, linings and slnts. Prlc
1 es $3.00 to $5,00.
'.Mrs. Delia Cat corn n of Delaware,
fppnorly or Duller, Ohio, has no
cptfhul a position with tho A. A. Dowds
(0. Q. Daniels of ICast High
left Thursday morning for
Pauldliig, Ohio, where she will spend
Boverai jd iys with relatives.
Mrs (3 outliers loft Thursday mom
ing fo -Slier homo In Junesvlllo, Wis.,
after 1 r ixteudod visit with relatives
In Mt. V rnon.
Mlsi Jliora UdiUof Woostor and
Miss Clih Dlckex-joi ColumbiiH nro
upendl ip several days In Mt. Vernon
ho gi ( s of Miss Laura Kooub of
East Ufa i st root.
Call ijr WdolBunls'stoVditolophono
No. 2!,: or-)t)vrppittiiI jli frilt can-
n'nE ' WnWt -11111 PvcJl- Mvcti,sa
cheerf iUj and promptly made free- to
The $L'M lio'MlsBlo,)af9'ioWl)ty
of the lacslHWMnnVdhlo'tUliH'cUy
ent t llimm 'irJiorndiy'BiMiilup
i nil tlw UUntinlillUtrptriilAenn,Liuinlvmsarv of thn birth' of hnr fnlh
)Mety. which ip.bolnKrheldJn
..l Jl1' UIIMWIl ll'I" 'J ft
Mr. h Mrs. J.QT, Llt(io, vVnJ lmW
been guests , tho hornet ofi Mr. and:
Mrs. JtoberV'mrlnJ'NorfV MiiW
street, returned last evening to-hoir
homo ill Corumbnsj , - a ,
Word; has boon received by rcla,
tlvc8ln'Mt. Vornon to the offect that
Jnevero formerly of Mt. Vornon.
n dtoijhter was born on Tncsdny-nf
ttiwioo UfjMVnmf jCiVbVw,'J. ieorioy".
of iSfiuldilKanlds. Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
Judgo and Mrs. J. D. Walght visited
in Columbus Wednesday nfternoori.
Messrs. Charles C. lams, William
A. Hosack and Hon. Frank V. Owen
wero Columbus vlsltois this nftornoon.
Mr. Cletus N. Allerdlng of Mnnsflold,
formerly of Mt. Vernon, Is quite 111 nt
his homo with typhoid fever.
Mr, Lester Ogg left this morning for
Columbus to resume his studies nt
Starling-Ohio medical university.
Mrs. C. P. Iluch of Centerburg spent
Wednesday In Mt. Vernon tho guest of
Mr. Peter A"ll6rdIng"nnd"MrrL"eoAl
Icrdlng returned Inst evening from n
week's trip to Hastings, Mich.
Dr. Dllss of Delaware .O., Is spend
ing a week in Sparta tho guest of
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Edna Hall of Lock Is spending
sovernl days with her mother, Mrs.
Emma Safford, of Brandon.
Mrs. J. S .Alan of West Hnmtramck
street spent Wednesday In Frederick
town the guest of Mrs. J. II. Norrlck.
Mr. Jnmes Debes left for tho South
today In tho interest of tho C. and O.
Mrs. Cliff Fuller of Centerburg has
accepted a position with tho A. A.
Dowds Dry Goods company.
Miss Emma Church of PIpesvlllo Is
spending sovernl days nt tho homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs
John Ilnuger of near
Mrs. Charles McEIroy of Mt. Ver
non Is spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry McKlroy of near Duck
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Pflstcr of Massll
Ion, Ohio, spent Wednesday In Mt.
Vernon attending tho funeral of Mr.
Pflster's brother, Joseph Pflstcr.
Miss Louise Taylor hns returned to
her homo in Chicago, III., after n vis
it with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. D. Diown. North Mulberry street.
Mr. Victor Van Emnnm of Elgin, O.,
onteied tho Mt. Vornon nnd Surgical
snnltaiium on Tuesday evening for
Mrs. V. Ij. Fisher left Tuesday even
ing for Portsmouth, O., whero she
will ninko a two weeks' visit with rel
ntlves. Mrs. Fred Mnyno and Mrs. Jacob
Dalrymplo of Chestcrvlllo spent Wed
nesday In Mt. Vernon tho guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Hnnover loft Wed
nesday morning for their homo In Can
ey, KnnsnH, after an extended visit
with relatives In Mt. Vernon.
Miss Minn No there of Howard re
turned to her homo on Wednesday af
ter spending sovernl dayB with frionds
Mr. and Mrs. P. 11. Chase, who havo
been spending tho Bummer nt Sparta,
left last evening for their homo in
Washington, D. C.
Mr. Claronco Anderson returned to
his homo on East Chestnut street
Tuesday evening after an, extended
visit nt vuilous points in Michigan.
Mrs. 11. Ij. Nlckell of Yale, Ken
tucky, Is visiting hor father, Dr. Dnvld
Francis, and whllo hero Is being en
tertained by Mrs. Ira Atwood.
Tho llrst degree was conferred on
I two candidates at the regular meeting
of Qulndnro Lodge, No. 31C, I. O. O.
V., on Tuesday ovonlng. Ono candldnto
was elected to mumborshlp,
Mrs. Itoynl Dnrllott of Woht Gam
bler street, who underwent un oper
ation for appendicitis at tho Mt. Vor
non hospital some tlmo ngo, is inpldly
recovering and will probably bo out
in a shot l tlmo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Snpp went to
Columbus Wednesday evening to re
main over Thursday to attend tho
giuud circuit races nt tho driving
Miss lloulah Phillips of Centerburg
wiib taken to Columbus Tuesday even
ing for an operation for uppendlcltls.
She was accompanied by hor fathor,
The remains of tho lato Foster
nrlcker, who died In Akron, wore
brought to Iho city this afternoon nnd
Interment was made In Mound View
Mr. Guy Livuderbnugh of East Chest
nut street wns iccolvcd nt the Mt.
Vernon hospital on Wodnesdny after:
noon, whero ho will remain for treat
ment until Thursday morning when ho
will undergo an operation.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Hoguo of Ar
izona, who hnvo beon tho guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs, William H. Hoguo, East
Gambler Btroot, left this afternoon for
Washington, I). C to visit rolntlvos
before returning homo.
Mrs. Knto Mclntlro wns In Mt. Vor
non on Saturday to attend tho 80th
ij(yrnm Swotlnnd, accompanied by
her mint. Mrtt. Kmllv Ilurtliitt. whn
U.'.!il,.- ,.... ..' . ,.. '
hub iiuuii visiiuig nure. nil. uuenu
WESTER MANITOBA TEACHERS
! 'Pprntlinirfltlan. Sopt. 29 Drnndon 1b
CUteclpJiliig for two days tho nniuinl
onrtVontion 'of tho Woslern Manitoba
Teachers' Association. j largo at-
jfJuiVuncilfluUllfiuilMileil many woll
known educators marked tho opening
of tho proceedings today.
ii ' " ' ' if1' '
A Welcome Awaits
Judge Gcorgo Coyner went to Co
lumbus this nftornoon on business.
Mr. Frank L. Beam was a Colum
bus visitor this afternoon.
Dr. Colomnn of Homer spent Thurs
day with relatives near Chestervllle.
Tho Klllbuck News, published at
Klllbuck, O., has suspended publlca
tlon. Mr. and Mrs. William Hearno have
returned to their homo nt Mt. Vernon
nfter visiting Znnesvillo friends.
Dr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Porter of Dan
ville spent Thursday In Warsaw, the
guests of frionds.
Fresh baked cakes and cookies at
10c per pound at Woolson's new bak
Miss Louise A"dt returned this
afternoon from a visit with friends in
Mr. Jules Descent of West Chestnut
street went to Utlca Thursday noon on
Mr. W. II. Thompson went to To
ledo Thin silny morning to nttend to(
some matters of business.
Pyrography nnd pierced brnss de
partments now ready for Inspection at
Mr. J. F. Donnell went to Utlcn
Thursday noon to attend to aomo bus
Iness matters. ;
Mrs. J. Dublnsky and dnughter, Mn
mil, left today for a few weeks' visit
Councilman nnd Mrs. Robert L. Colo
wore Columbus visitors this nftor
noon. Mrs. John Musson of Akron Is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Nixon, East
Miss May Smith has accepted a po
flltlou us clork at tho Mardls Music
Mr. Thomas Drown of Columbus
hpont Thursday in Mt. Vernon tho
gucBt of relatives.
See tho big hair goods depnitment
which Includes ovorythlng In switches,
puffs, transformations, rolls, curls,
otc. at Woolson's Dopnrtment store.
Mis. Harry Doylo has .roturned to
bur homo In Mt. Vornon nfter a sever
al days' vlBlt with her brother, Mrs
J. A. Klneo, of Chlcngo.
Buy Parr's high grade trunks with
fiber binding, Btrong slide handles,
maloablo brass trimmings, wall or box
lid. Prices $G.OO to ?20.00.
Cut rateo on all watch repairing
Main spring, 7fic; cleaning, 7Bc; eras
Uls, 15c; jewels, 25c 'to 75c. Work
guaranteed 1 year. Owens, cornoi
Main and Gambler stroets up stairs
Mr. W. II. Norrlck of Dnnvillo, un
til recontly proprietor of tho Dnnvillo
House, hns leased tho Wright Hotel
nt Warsaw, O., and is moving his
family to that place.
Mr. Guy Laudorbnugh underwent a
successful operation for hernia at the
Mt. Vernon bpspltul on Thursday
Elmer Mnrkcr, who wounded his
wlfo nnd attempted to commit sulcido
last winter near Diipk Haven, hns
boon Indicted by tho Holmes county
grand Jury on n chnrgo of shooting
with Intent to kill.
Tho reports of Uoborts nnd Clark,
of Cleveland relative to the lntorurban
projects connecting Mnrlon, Mt. Ver-
Saturday, Oct. 1 st
For months past we have been busy in the best markets of
the country selecting our mammoth stocks of Fall and Winter
merchandise which are now practically complete.
We have exerted our utmost skill and buying experience in
,, an effort to secure such merchandise as would come up to our high
' pa standard of excellence and meet the requirements of the most ex
- Each and every department, filled to overflowing with the
''' choicest products of the weaver's art, is splendidly prepared to
The Opening is effective throughout the entire store, and
. we extend to all, a cordial invitation to visit us on this Opening
non nnd Mt. Gllend, Mnnsflold, Mt.
Gllend nnd Delaware and Gnllon, Mt.
Gilend nnd Delaware, ar"o now being
placed In many of the various cities
along the route.
Mr, John J. Pfouts, tho well known
East Vino street jowelcr of thla city,
was united In ninrrlngo Wedncsdny,
Septemlier 28, to Miss Susio C. Wllln
man of Canton, O. Mr. Pfouts will bo
nt homo In Mt. Vornon after January
1. Tho announcement of tho weddinfi
camo as a surprise to Mr. Pfouts
many friends In this city and all unite
In extonding him hearty congratula
tions. . --o--Young
Give Hfitchen Shower
A kitchen shower was given' Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chnrles McKny at their homo
on East Gambler street Wcdnesdny
evening by nbaut twenty of their
Irlends nnd n'olghbqrs. Tho party was
in tho nature of n surprise to Mr. and
Mrs. McKny, who aro Just storting
housekeeping. Delicious refreshments
wero served. Mr. and Mrs. McKny re
ceived many useful presents.
Nuptials , '
Mr. Charles Dale Garrad, n molder
employed nt tho Coopor works, nnd
Miss Ethel Bench, who for tho pnst
live yenrs has been tho ofllclont clork
In tho Mai ills music store, wero unit
ed in mnrrlago Wednesday ovonlng
nt 8:110 o'clock at tho homo of, tho
olllclntlug minister, tho Rov. John T.
Black, Noith Mulhorry Btreet. Tho
young couplo wero attended by Mr.
George Allspaugli nnd Miss Mnbol Mc
Failnnd. After tho coremony Mr. and
Mrs. Garrad wont to housekeeping
immodintoly nt their proviously fur
nished homo, 512 Wpst Sugnr street.
They have tho best wishes of a largo
cJ,rclo of friends.
Tho members of Evening Star Coun
cil, No, 18, Daughters of Llborty, wero
very pleasantly ontortnlned by a spec
ial commltteo In their lodge room on
Wcdnesdny evening. Tho following
program wns rendered during tho ev
ening: Plnno Solo Mrs. Glllllnnd.
Heading Mrs. Sarah Smith.
Recitation Miss Emma Crldor.
Duet Miss Parrott and Miss Tier.
ltecltntlln Forest Stnnts.
Recitation Mary Crldor.
Solo Mrs, Josoph Mayors.
Rending Mr. E. Stnnts.
Song Miss Grnco Feenoy.
Recitation Miss Fern Stnats.
Plnuo- Solo Miss Parrott,
Tableaux "Little. Amoricn."
Following tho program delicllus re
freshments woro served.
The Rev. H. M, Peebles
Tho Rev. H. M. Pooblos. former pas
tor of tho Mt. Vernon circuit, M. P.
church, who was tronsfericd at the
recent session of tho Muskingum con
ference, to West Lnfayetto station,
was in tho city Wednesday mingling
with old friends and spent the even
ing with Mr. C. L. V. McDonald and
family, near Ebenezer church. The
members of tho church learned that
tho Rev. Mr. Peebles 'was at the Mc
Donald homo, anil about fifty friends
assembled during tho ovonlng. Tho
occasion wns n very pleasant ono. and
the evening was spent in instrumental
and vocal music. Selections wero ren
dered by Mr. B. O. Clements, Mr.
Cledlth McDonald and Miss Mary Mc
Donald. Rev. Mr. Peebles mado a few
rommks In whlph ho expressed his ap
preciation for tho friendship Bhown
him and speaking in highest terms of
his successor, the Rev. J. Al. Wolls
nnd predicted n prospeious year for
the charge. Tho, pleasant ovenlng
came to a close by singing, "God Bo
With You 'till Wo Meet Again." Rov.
Peebles left Thursdny noon for his
homo In West Lafayette, with the
wishes of his ninny friends for a -pros
porous year In his new field.
I -o- (
Given at Sparta
A reception was given nt the homo
of Rev. nnd Mrs. C. L. Lewis nt
Sparta on Wcdnesdny evening. Tho
event wns ono long to bo remembered
by the Blxty guests who were present
ns tho evening was spent In such nn
onjoynblo manner. Delicious refresh
ments wero served.
Mrs. John L. Hnmmond delightfully
entertnlned with n dinner pnrty at her
homo near Mllwood on ThurBdny af
ternoon. Those irosent wero Mis.
Coleman, Mrs. Cnrrlo Wolfe, Mrs. Ul
rich, Mrs. Clinton Purdy and' Mrs.
Marvin Shoppard of Hownrd, Mrs.
Florenco Murray of Chattanooga,
Tonn., and Mrs. B. F. Hnmmond and
children of Millwood.
PIPE FOUR FEET HIGH
(Now York Times)
A marvelous pipe was added yester
day to the assorted collection of nr
tides at tho Appraisers' Stores. It
was seized by a vigilant customs
wntcliman on Plor 35, Brooklyn. He
said In his roport that ho had de
tected J. C. Hendricks, a steward on
tho Uranium liner. Volturno, nttompt
ing to take It ashoro under his coat.
Tho plpo stands about four feet
high. It is of German design, with a
porcelain bowl nearly a foot high. On
this Is painted a scono and an inscrip
tion In Gorman. The stem is of black
and gray horn, elaborately carved
from bowl to mouthpiece.
Hendricks wont to the custom houso.
nnd explained that ho bad no Intention
of smuggling tho plpo. Ho was bring
ing ashore, ho said, to find out where
ho must go on tho pier to pay duty
when tho watchman pbunccd upon
him. Ho said that ho bought tho plpo
for $3. Sonio of the officials offorcd
to glvo $3 for it und pay duty besides.
Hendricks did not take tho offor.
How Important a woman feels tho
llrst tlmo sho takos tho baby to
I I i i I'I J I !' I I I I 2
! OBITUARY J
The Langdon Funeral
The funeral of the Inte John W.
Lnndon occurred on Thursday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock nt St. Vincent do
Paul's Catholic church. Rev. L. W.
Mulhnne ohiclntlng. Interment in Cal
vin y cemetery.
Walter Wolford of East Vino street,
died at tho Mt. Vernon hospital on
Thursday niornlng at about three
o'clock after a several weeks' illness
caused by appendicitis. Ho was tak
en to the hospital about two weeks
ago and underwent an operation. The
deceased was seventeen years of ago
at the tlmo of his death and Is sur
vived by his father, mother and two
The funeral Sunday nfternoon nt
one o'clock at the house, Rev. J. T.
Black olllclatlng. Interment In the
Anthony Jordan, a well known
molder, died at his home on North
Sandusky street at 2:30 o'clock Thurs
day morning nfter nn Illness of sev
oral weeks of diabetes. Tho deceased
was 56 years of ago nnd was born In
Ireland, where he received a fluo ed
ucation. Tho deceased had been an
employe of tho C. & G. Cooper com
pany for yenrs. Ho is survived by his
wlfo nnd four daughters. Tho fun
eral Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock
froni St. Vincent do Paul's Catholic
church, Itov. L.'W. Mulhano olllclatlng.
Interment In Cnlvary cemetery.
Eliza Ellen Wood
Miss Eliza Ellen Wood died at her
homo nbout two miles north of Bind-
en8hurg on Thursday morning at
about 7:30 o'clock after an extended
illness caused by tuberculosis. The
deceased was fifty years of ago at the
tlmo of her death and is survived by
her mother and ono brother. The fun
eral at the late homo north of Bladens
burg Friday afternoon at two o'clock,
Rov, Sims officiating. Interment In
A QUEER COFFIN
(Now York Herald)
Perhaps tho most singular coffin in
which a human bolng ever wns burled
Is the ono of which the following story
A workman engaged In casting met
al for tho manufacture of ordnanco in
tho Woolwich arsonal, In England, lost
his balanco afid foil into a caldron con
taining twolve tons of molto"h steel,
Tho metal was at white heat, and tho
man was utterly consumed in less
tlmo than It takes to toll It.
Tho War Ofllco authorlUes hold a
conference nnd decided not to pro
fane tho dead by using tho metal In
tho mnnufacturo of ordnance, nnd tho
mass of metal was nctually burled
nnd a Church of England clorgyman
lend tho services for tho dead over It.
Potatoes aro tho principal source
ot the starch manufactured In Ger
many, and that potato starch, known
as "kartoffelmohl," enters oxtonslvoly
Into German export trado.
A New York -judgo who Is com
pelled to hear the grievances of many
married couples, has reached the con
clusion that much misery would be
spared Hho community If marriages
did nqt take place until the man was
old enough to know nnd realize the
seriousness of the married state. Ho
goes faither than most sociologists
who studied the subject, by express
ing the opinion that a law fixing the
ngo of marriage would bo a good
Tho easiest thing In tho world is to
dogmatize nbout marriage. It would
not surprise us if someone, say, next
week, serlousry'contended that people
do not marry young enough.
Romeo and Juliet, If they had mai--rled,
might have tired of each other,
and then their parents would have
said, "We told you so," If Mme. Re
camler at 75 or thereabouts had mar
l led Chateaubriand, who was 80, as he
besought her to do, they might have
been happy. BJ11 Nye thought a man
would not be competent to become a
journalist until he was about 90, and
then only after a long study of the
subject. Marriage also may require
a long apprenticeship.
But there have been many happy
marriages of young couples, that Is,
if people at 18 and 21 aro young, and
there also havo been many unhappy
marriages at those ages. Likewise,
there have been many unhappy mar
riages between persons of mature
Men and women expect perfection
in marriage. Their house may have
defects In It, their horso may go lame,
their crops may fail, or money become
tight, and they will show some forti
tude. They expect such things In this
sphere of vicissitudes.
But when it comes to marriage,
not for a moment- will they endure n
flaw In it. If tho fair brow of Helen
turns out to have an Egyptian hue to
it, tho groom will scowl; and as for
his wlfo, sho will be disconsolate if
she discovers in her husband weak
nesses which are almost inseparate
from human nature.
The romancers and tho poets are-to
blame for this. They teach youth to
expect absolutely perfect bliss in the
matrimonial state, j
That some persons marry when too
young Is true. That some marry when
tob old (s also truo. Therefore It
would bo absurd to prevent by law a
young couplo from marrying just be
cause they are not 40. And no one
should think of prohibiting the mnr
rlago of couples who havo arrived at
tho ago of, say, 90. Boston Globe.
"Tho lato John G. Carlisle," said a
memb6r of tho Manhattan club, "was
very fond of music, and It annoyed
him Inexpressibly nt tho opera to Bee
tho lnattontlon of tho fashionable part
of tho audience.
'Ono night I found him supping
here, nnd asked him whore he'd been.
" 'I've beon to tho operar' ho replied.
" 'What did you hear?" said I.
'"I heard,' said Mr. Carlisle, 'that
tho Van Vans aro going to got a di
vorce, young KntcRorbocker-Smlth
has married a London barbald, and
Mrs. J. W. Hardup-Hardup Is gradual
ly pawning nil her jewels.
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