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THE DtfiVTnnT? A TTO rawnt'.h
FRIdXV, DECEMBER 23, 1010
To Be Erected By B. & 0.
' Railroad AY Newark
Ah Expenditure Of $2,000,
000 In Improvements
Baltimore, Mil., Dec. 22 Officials
of tlio Daltlraoro and Ohio Railroad
feavo about decided to locato tho now
repair shops which tho road will
build in tho West at Newark, O. It 1b
zaoro thnn likely that construction
"work on the new shops will bo start
ed Bomo tlmo in tho spring. The im
provement will cost in tho neighbor
hood of $2,000,000, including the pur---11080
Tho additional shops will bo utiliz
ed In making repairs to both cars and
locomotives on tho Western divisions
of tho Daltlmoro and Ohio. Thore was
somo talk of selecting Columbus, O.,
m a slto for tho now shops, but after
looking carefully over tho ground it
was thought best to locato thorn at
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Mr. Knox and Miss Bcrtlo Nybarg
r of Ilrnndon sent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Knox.
Mrs. Charles Mellck and son, Les
ter, spent Monday and Tuesday in
Miss Hachle Ileal has returned
homo from Dladensburg nftor spend
ing tho week with Miss Ethel Ram
sey. Butler Grange No. 046, olectcd tho
following ofllcers at their last meet
ing: Master Anron Loploy.
Ovorsoor John McLarnnn.
Lecturer Mrs. Clem McNabb.
Stoward Will Momlngstar.
Assistant Stoward .loo Flack.
Chaplain Ellis Wilson.
Treasurer James Veatch.
Socrotary Clom McNabb.
Qato Kecpor Henry Sharp.
Ceres Mrs. Christina Mollck.
Flora Mrs. Ada Knox.
Pomona Allss Dcsslo Flack.
Ii. A. 8. Mrs. John McLarnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Robh Nothors Bpont
Sunday with Mrs. Nothers' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clink Horn aro tho
parontH of n girl born Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and son,
Wlllfred, and Mr. and Mrs. Ransom
Rlloy and MIrs .Touiiohh Iloymau
apout Suuday with Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs. Thudo McNabb spent a fow
dayu with Martin Uurtnott and fam-
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Mru. Jennie Nluholls and Mrs. KHz
abeth llurch spoilt Thursday with
Mrs. Lurol Welrlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrow, Mrs.
Edith .Doitnhoy mid Miss Wave
Schoolur' spoilt Suuday with Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Van Wlnklo and family.
Miss Mario Morcor is on tho slclt
Mru. Addle Schooler, and daughter,
Mru. Edith Dounhoy, spnnt Monday
with Mr. and Mru. Vligll Wolfe.
Mr. Milton Hayes culled on rela
tives near Esto Sunday.
Mru. I.ota Wolfe was a business
caller at Mt. Vernon Tuesday,
Mr. E. V. Hall of Dhulonnbuig mov
ed his saw mill on Calvin Nicholl'H
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Tho Roy. James Snydor and wlfo
have returned liomo from California
ftor two years' absouco,
Tho Clirlstma entortalumen at
tho Disciple church will he given on
Saturday o veiling, December 21. A
lino program will bo rendered,
Preaching morning and ovonlng at
tho M. E. church Christmas by tho
Rev. E. It. Cochran of Dolnwaro, O.
On Monday evenlug, Ducotnbor 26,
thero will bo an Christmas trco and
ontortainmen given by MIhh Florence
Cochran of Now London, O. Everybody
I', A. llorry of Mt. Vernon spent
last Friday at this placo.
Mr, Ooorgo Englohart Is spondlng
tho wook at nrlnk Haven being call
ed thero by tho serious Illness of hor
Jutt Ons Exception.
First Clerk Isn't It lluo tho way tho
whoppers are coming In I I never know
them to do so much buying so early.
Begoiid Clerk-It's lluo, all right, with
"Who is that?"
"It's Mrs, Jlnipson. She did her buy
ing bo awfully early that she's al
ready commenced exchauclui; thlngat"
Brough As Outcome Of Wreck
On Hocking Yaiiey
Upper Sandusky, O., Dec. 22 Tho
first suit growing out of tho Hocking
Valloy wreck near Harpster, In which
three lives wero lost and GO Injured,
was filed today by tho administrator
of Mrs. Rltta Anderson of Skagway,
Alaska, who was killed. Tho com
pany is charged with running trains
at cxcesslvo speed over dcfectlvo
track. Ten thousand dollars Is asked.
Of A Restaurant At Mansfield
Takes French Leave
A numlior of Mansfield business
men, togethor with tho pollco depart
ment, nro looking for ono uuy
Hayncs, who has been engaged In tho
restaurant business at 210 North
Main stroot and Incidentally managor
of a number of companies which wero
supposed to do a largo mall ordor bus
iness. Haynos left Mansfield somo
time this morning for parts unknown
and leaves a string of creditors be
hind. Hayncs came to Mansflcld about
eight weeks ago from Clarksburg, W.
Va., und ongnged in tho restaurant
business at 210 North Main street,
lie was given extensive credit by tho
Mausflold business firms, although It
Is understood that mortgages woro
given on somo of tho goods. Ho also
engaged In tho mall order business,
and ho was known to liavo secured
considerable millinery, both from loc
al and foreign firms at high prices,
but selling thorn for less than half
their valuo by mall ordor. Ho was
tho manager of tho Mansfield Millin
ery and Notion company, nnd received
cousldernblo credit and sold goods
through that firm.
Mortgngcu woro closed yosterday
on some of tho goods which Haynos
had at tho rostauiaut, and more of
tho goods woro to bo sold today, but
It seoms that Haynos and his wlfo
left for partB unknown during tho
nlgfit, taking with them what goods
was left at the placo. Ho also gave
thrco chctfcB to local business Arms
which woro found to bo worthless, as
ho had no inonoy on deposit at tho
bank upon which tho checks woro
The pollco dopaitmont Ih making
an investigation, and as It Is bcllovod
that Hayncs has gono to Daltlmoro,
Mil., the authorities thero will bo In
formmid his arrest ordered If ap-
LADIES AID SOCIETY .
Of The MlllwoodDesclple Church
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Mill
wood DIuclplo church mot at tho
home of Mrs. Ellen Hammond on
Thursday aftoinoon, Docombor 1G.
During the business part of tho moot
ing oltlceiH woio oloctcd for another
your as follows:
President Mrs. Mary Doollttlo.
First Vlco President Mrs. Sadlp
Second Vlco President Mis, Nolllo
Secretary Mrs. (lolla Taggart.
Assistant Sociotary Mrs., Uonnlo
Treasurer Mrs, Lam a Doollttlo.
Entertainment Of Sf. Paul's Episcopal
Church On Friday Fvcnlog
The ChrlBtnias outortalnment of St.
Paul'H Episcopal Suuday school will
bo hold Friday evening at tho Parish
houuo beginning at 6:30. Tho unlquo
feature of tho outortainmont is that
each class will roprosont some class
of pcoplo and wear costumes nftor
their mannor of dross nnd bring gifts
which aro associated with them, to
bo given to tho poor.
8eoms About Right.
Patience I seo In parts of Germany
It Is Illegal to piny tho plnuo ufter D
o'clock p. in. under penalty of about
25 cents for each offense.
Patrice To have a phonograph go
lug after that hour, I tuipposo, then,
tho penalty would be about $0.25 for
each offense. YouUers Statesman,
To My Friends and
who have so gener
ously helped to make
the year 1910 a Hap
py and Prosperous
one to me, I extend
best wishes for a Very
Merry Christmas and
a Happy, Prosperous
1911. ' ' '
At your service for
Silas Parr, Prop.,
F. J. Meade,
J". P. Brereton,
B. M. Church.
Injured Was Prest. Hunt Of
DR. E. W. HUNT
President of Denison
University Hurt by Fall.
Oranvlllo, Dec. 22 Dr. E. W. Hunt,
president of Denison university, had
tho misfortune to meet with an acci
dent Tuesday evening from which ho
sustained Injuries of a very sevoro
natuie. Dr. Hunt, In company with
Dr. Hundley, had acceptod Invitations
to tako supper with (ho training club,
and weiu on their way to tho club
house, having reached tho foot of tho
hUl, when Dr. Hunt slipped and fell
heavily to tho giouud. In falling he
foil back winds and tho right side of
his head struck the ground with great
force, tendering him unconscious.
Dr. Hundley Immediately secured
assistance and tho injured uinn
wan taken In a carriage to his. home
on tho hill, whore Dib. Thompson
and Pollott weio called and did every
thing possible for him. Tho doctor
remained in a dnsod condition. Dur
ing tho night ho had a sovoro hem
orrhage of the right car, and tho hem-
orrnhgos continued Wednesday morn
ing, although not so sovoro as they
wore. Tho attending physicians aro
unable at this tlmo to stato tho out
come, although thoy give it as their
opinion that It will bo somo dayu bo
foro ho will bo nblo to leave tho bed.
THE FLY DIALECT
Wo have been awaiting tho tlmo
whon the sporting wrltora would toko
up aviating and dignify It with a dia
lect that In all IUj own. For instance,
how Is this for a mild example:
"Tho premior sky pilot to negoUate
tho upshoot waB LoBlanc, tho protty
boy from gay Paroo. Frogclo mado a
good gotuway and split tho orono
smartly on tho first grado, hitting up
tho paco to n mllo por on tho sldo
swirl over tho bunch of briny wator
along tho cast shoro.
"With his chuggor tunod up to D
sharp tho parlyvoo put rings around
tho high tower and did tho swift swal
low swoop along tho ragged edgo of a
chunky cloudlot. Then ho mosoyed
earthward, and Jolting old gravita
tion In the short ribs gently sottlod
down two hops and a sklplot from Uio
.happy Httlo hangar whoro ho blrdlo
makes its nest," Clovoland Plain
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Mr. E, Mendonhall of Columbus
was tho guest of Mr. 13. F. Parmeiitqr
and fnmlly tho first of this week.
Visit tho high school Friday after
noon. Tho literary program will be
gin at 1:15.
Mr, and Mrs, J. M. Dickey left for
Florida on Wednesday of this week.
Their many friends hero wish thorn
a pleasant Journey nnd hope that Mr.
Dickey may regain his health with Its
former vigor. A
Mrs. James Thomas, who visited
with friends In Frcderlctown, return
ed to her homo in Chcstcrvllle last
Miss Rose Davison, who has bcon
visiting 'with friends at Mt. Liberty,
returned homo on Monday lasL
MIbb Lutlo Reck of Mt. Vernon vh
lted with her brother, Mr. M. T. Deck,
and family hero last week.
Mrs. Jess RInehart and son. Ken
neth, of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday
laBt with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
J. P. Marcs in this place.
Mrs. O. S. StrubIo of Redford, Ohio,
who has been visiting hor mother,
Mrs. Gnnt In this place, returned homo
on Friday last, accompanied by her
mother who will spend tho holidays at
Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Hlldrcth were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uroffcn
Sunday at dinner.
Mr. T. D. Drown of Ankenytown
visited his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Fox.
In this place last Sunday.
Mr. Charles Jones moved i on tho
Corwin farm tho past week.
Miss Florence Guss, who has been
employed at tho Freo Press olllco for
somo time post, goes tb her home in
Dclphos, Ohio, on Friday of this week
to spend the holidays with relatives
Mrs. F. A. Day and children wero
entertained at Butler on Saturday last
by hor slster-ln-law, Mrs. Earl D. Day,
wife of tho editor of tho Butler Times.
Dr. H. S. Darling, who has been
seriously 111 with pulmonary trouble
the past two weeks, and whoso serious
condition was reported last week, at
this writing is very little If any better.
Married at the homo of the brido
on Sunday last, Mrs, Manilo Daugh
erty and Mr. Harvey Frazior, tho Rov.
Thos. Hanibly olllclatlng.
Miss Nelllo Morgan of Oborlin, 0
spent last week with relatives In this
Mr. Clydo Durbln of Oborlin Col
lege, Mr. Arthur Hanibly and Mr. Cor
win Armstrong of Ohio Wesleyan Uni
versity, will spend their holidays with
Miss Mary Braddock of tlie.Onnibler
high school Is spending hor two
weeks holiday vacation with her par
ents In Frcdoricktown.
Mr. W. H. Swetland, who has been
transacting business In Michigan tho
past week, is expected homo for the
uov. uougn or Jjnestorviiio was a
caller ut tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. L,
C. Crowoll on Saturday last.
Tho Christmas exercises of tho Bap
tist church will be held next Sunday
evening at soven o'clock by tho Sun
day school. A flno program is being
prepared for tho occasion.
Thore will bo no preaching sorvlccs
at the Baptist church next Sunday,
but arrangomonts aro bolng made for
Rov. Wilson Whitney of Granvillo,
regular eervlcos a week following.
O., preached ut tho Baptist church In
this placo last Sunday, both morning
Tho Lincoln nnd Lowell literary so
cieties will render a Joint program Fri
day nftornoon, Doc. 23, Patrons of
tho schools are Invited to attend the
The Allied Educational meotlugs
will bo held tn Columbus during tho
holidays. Tho programs prepared this
year aro abovo Uiq averago. Tho meet
ings will bo well attended, and no
Men's and Young Men'a Fine
Tlie very best $20 and $22 Overcoats to be sold at Sale
price $10.75 and $11.75
$15 Suits and Overcoats, sale price $7.98
$3.00 Boys' Knee Suits, sale price $1.98
$3.00 and $4.00 Pants, sale prico $1.48 and $1.98
Boys' Overcoats, regular values $6 and $7;
sale price t $2.48 and $3.48
$3.00 Sweater Coats- sale price $1.79
$1.00 Sweater Goats, sale prico. . . ." 49c
50c Neckwear, sale price 25c
Come to our store before Christmas and do your shopping, as we can save you money. All our goods are from 35 ner
cent to 50 per cent on the $1 cheaper than elsewhere. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
SUGAR, The Reliable Clothier, sso south Mam street
dought all teachers who attend will
bo bettor able to do their work after
tho now year's work begins.
A number of alumni of tho high
school will vhit us this weok. Mnny
will get homo from collcgo Wednes
day and will visit tho high school on.
Thursday nnd Friday.
The clasB In physical geography hns
completed tho work -and will spend
tho next two Weoks In review work,
before tho tlmo for flrfal oxnmlnatlon.
Tho Freshman class hns completed
tho work In civil government, nnd will
begin tho course In agriculture after
' The teachers' meeting, which Is reg
ularly held .on Wednesday uvenlngs,
was not held this week. Tho next
meeting will ho Wednesday, January
Tho young mon of Frcdoricktown
seem to hold their own whorover they
go. Wo havo representatives at our
county seat who moro than hold their
own". Thoy "mako good" In tho broad
est sense of tho term. In different
parts of this stato thero nro young
men who have gone out of Frederick
town and they arc leaders, whether In
business ors profession. We havo sev
eral In tho Weit and whenever wo hear
annccountofthcirconduct wo find thnt
It cannot bo beaten. This past week
tho dally papers of Spokane, Wash.,
tell of tho advance of Mr. Clarence
Dill, who was formerly a Frederick
town school teachor, who, but recent
ly was admitted to the bar as an at
torney. His success hns already been
so marked that tho Prosecuting Attor
ney there has selected him as ono of
his deputies at a salary of ?150 per
month. Our young people hero have
every encouragement to mako some
thing of themselves by tho examples
set by theso young men of whom so
good a report Is made. Wo wish to
congratulate Attorney Dill on his suc
cess and his parents and many friends
hero can Justly bo proud of tho record
ho Is making In tho far west.
Tho ladles aid society of tho Bap
tist church wero entertained by Mr.
C. H. Wright on Tuesday of this week.
In consideration of tho work Mrs.
Wright has dono for the society and
tho estcom tho members have for her
they jjavo her a surprise by present
ing her a Christmas gift of cut glass.
Miss Mlnnlo' Howard went to Bell
vlllo on Saturday last and returned
homo Tuesday of this weok.
Mr. Delos Hathaway lid's moved his
effects to North Woodbury the past
week. Ho will bo joined by Mrs.
Hathaway and son next weok.
Miss Vera Markley was a Mt. Ver
non visitor last Saturday.
Mr. S. W. Zent was in Bcllvillo on
business on Monday Inst
Mrs. Corwin Is visiting at Greenfield
with Dr. and Mrs. Varney.
Miss Mattlo Love Is visiting with
friends this week at Nowark, Ohio.
Mr. B. J. Meredith, who has been
Borlously 111, hns recovered and Is now
able to bo out.
Mr. D, M. Brumbach wont to Now
York on a business trip last Friday.
Miss M. C. Doollttlo, who is teach
ing school nt Bryn Mawr, Pa., arriv
ed at hor homo In Gambler on Thurs
day morning to spend thV'hoHdays.
Professor E. L. Jefferson of DoVoe
college at Niagara Falls, N. Y Is
spondlng the holidays nt his, homo In
MrB. John Raymond returned to her
homo In Nowark Thursday noon after
a short visit with relatives In this
Miss Lois Huntor, who is attending
Ohio Wcsloyau Univorsity nt Dela
waro, Ohio, is making a soveral days'
visit with her parents in Danvlllo.
Miss Anna Swetlnnd, who Is attend
ing Denison University at Granville,
Is spending tho holidays with her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Swetland
of North Mnln streot.
Mr. Jay Clow of this city wont to
Qambler Thursday morning to spend
on at Sugar's Clothing Store
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes and Hats will be
means money in your pocket if you buy now.
Memory fo Be Honored On
Washington, Dec. 22 Doubt ns to
whothor tho late President McKln
ley was born on Jan. i9 or February
20, 1844, both of which dates have ap
peared in 'the congressional director
ies shnco Mr. McKInley was a mem
ber of tho houso of representatives
from Ohio, ngaln has been dispelled
by Georgo B. Cortelyou, formerly sec
retary of President McKInley, In a
letter to Justlco William R. Day of
tho United States supreme court. Mr.
Cortelyou establishes the date as Jan.
20, 1843, through an insurance policy.
Justice Day Is president of the Ohio
Society of Washington, vhlch Is plan
ning a banquet for tho anniversary
of President McKlnloy's birth, and the
date of tho celebration has now defi
nitely been announced ns Jan. 30, tho
day following tho birth of the mar
President Tnft, Secretary of State
Knox and Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson have already accepted Invita
tions to speak. President Taft will re
spond to tho toast, "William McKln
Tho executive coramltteo of the Mt.
Vernon Citizens' Association recom
mends that the stores closo next Mon
day afternoon In observance of Christmas.
Are you fully prepared? We have made every prepara
tion to take care of the "last minute shopper." True, as
sortments are not as large as earlier but you can always find
practical and sensible gifts in this big busy store. Maybe
that she has been wanting a coat, dress or fur. If so, a selec
tion from our big stock will insure lasting satisfaction and
you can save money at the same time. You can buy here now
at January prices.
Figure for yourself the savings represented below:
Al suits selling at One-Half Price.
Al Dresses for One-Third Off.
Any Cloth Coat, One-Third Off.
All Millinery, One-Half Price.
All futs that sold for $30.00 or over either separate or In
sets wll be sold now at One-Fourth Off.
We have a good selection of fine quality, dependable furs,
at this price and above, that we wish to close out at once:
remember all over $30.00 to go at One-Fourth Off.
Meyer - Lindorf Co.
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75c and $1 Silk Suspenders, sale price 49c
25c Men's Handkerchiefs, sale price 10c
50c Silk Handkerchiefs, sale price.-. . , . . 25c
25c Fancy Hose, sale price , 15c, or 2 for 25c
Men's Mufflers at 10 per cent less than cost
The very best $4 and $5 shoes, sale price .' . $2 95
$1.75 Men's Arctics; sale price. . .- $1 15
$2.25 tho best Men's Arctics, sale price! fti'fiQ
$3.00 Hats, sale price JJ 70
Men's Dress Shirts, sale price '.'.. 7.7.7." .49c
NEGRO TO BE EXECUTED
Moundsvllle, W. Vn., Dec. 22-To-morrow
Is tho day fixed for tho exe
cution in tho stnto prison hero of
Thomas Wayne, tho negro murderer,
whoso trial nnd conviction nt Fny
ettovlllo last fall attracted consider
able attention, Wnyno's crlmo was
tho murder of Mrs. John Alllff at
Qulnnlmont last August. Tho nssall
ant nftor beating hor husband Into un
consciousness murdered tho woman.
After the negro wns captured by tlia
authorities he wns hurried from town
to town to escapo lynching. Ho was
flnallv landed In tho Chnrle3ton Jail
after a four days' trip across tho
mountains. Four companies of mili
tia wore callod out nt the tlmo to pre
RIDDLE SOLVED AT LAST
Bert Walker has at last solved tho
riddle of how somo pcoplo aro poor
and others aro rich. Tho matter was
tho subject of debate on n recent aft- ,
"You have all missed It," said Bert,
after various ideas wero propounded.
"A" poor man can make a dollar go
just as far as a rich man r "
"Oh oh oh," they Interrupted
"Just a minute." Bert pleaded. "A
poor man can mako a dollar go just
as for as a rich man, but mat isnc
"Well, what is it?" they demanded.
"Tho poor man makes it go a lot
sooner," he replied.
Ho was given the first prize. Kan
sas City Journal.
D. P. Reynolds of Mlllersburg spont
Wednesday in ML Vernon attending
to Bome business matters.
closed out at Low Prices It
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