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West Union 0 March 23. Judge
Walr announced that tbe Indicted
vote-sellers who have taken up their
residence In Kentucky will be
brought back under requisitions. He
believes that many of them will re
turn of their own accord before court
RARE CONFEDERATE STAMPS
New York, March 23 The most no
table sale of rare Confederate States
postage stamps that has ever taken
mlace !n this city was begun today.
The collection Is that of the late Philip
Ia Tourettc. The stamps are all of
the provisional Issues. Among the
choicest Item In the collection are the
Abingdon, Va., five-cent, on orange
taper, and the AutaugavIHe, Ala., five
cent, on white paper. Many other rare
varieties are Included in the collection,
come of them valued as high as $250
KAISER'S DAUGHTER TO
London, March 23 In response to
special Invitation from King George
and Queen Mary, Princess Victoria
Louise of Prussia will accompany Em
peror William and the German Era
press on their visit to London In May
to attend the dedication of the Queen
Victoria memorial. It will be the first
visit of the Princess to England.
VISITORS FLOCKING TO ROME
Rome, March 23 With the hotel
already filled to overflowing, Rome If
experiencing a foretaste of what is to
bo expected for six months to come,
during tho period of the great Interna
tional exposition In celebration of the
semi-centennial of united Italy. Tbe
exposition will bo formally Inaugur
ated next Monday by King Victor Em
tnanuel. Tho event will bo accom
panied by brilliant ceremonies In
"which representatives of all the lead
ing nations will have a part.
The meeting of numerous Interna
tional gatherings during tho summer
will add greatly to tho number of vis
itors In Homo. Tho first of theso meet
ings will be that of tho Internationa'
Congress of Music early In April. Oth
er Important gatherings will bo the In
ternational Geographical Congress, the
International Congress of Public
Works and Buildings, tho Internation
al Instltuto of Sociology, tho Interna
tional Tuberculosis Congress, and the
Universal Pcaco Congress.
SOUTH CAROLINA TEACHERS
Columbia, S. C., March 23 Every
arriving train today brought a large
delegation or South Carolina school
tencborn to attend tho annual conven
tion of their Stato association. Ilo
Cinnlni; with a wclcomo meotlng to
night tho sessions will continue over
tomorrow, with meetings also of the
city and county superintendents and
tho School Improvement Association.
Chaucollor Klrkland of Vanderhllt
University, President Snyder of Wof
ford Collcgo, President Illggs of Clem
son College, President Johnson of
Wlnthrop Collego and a number of
other noted educators arc among tho
KirKf! I8e, butter 24c.
Sea tho latest Ideas In decorations
and colors shown In tho new spring
stock of wall papers at popular prices.
"E. O. Arnold.
Mr. 1). J. Liurr of Baltimore, Md
was a uuhIucss visitor In the city over
Miss Houlah Vanllorn has returned
to her homo In Centerburg after a
aevoral days' visit with friends In Dan
A complete stock of Oliver and Im-
' perlal plow repairs always on hand.
I- A. WcIm, W. HlQh street. 4-11
Tho Misses Ruth Jefferson and Lois
Hunter, who are attending Ohio Wes-
4ya University at Delaware, Ohio, are
spending tho spring vacation at their
Pastes in Danville.
Xa buying new wall paper you want
"Ae latest and newest designs at the
lowest prices. New patterns for 3c
w bolt and up. This can be had from
r now spring stock of wall paper.
Mm. John W. Sleeman was taken
from uor homo on Center Run street
te the ML Vernon Medical and Surgl
a1 Sanitarium Wednesday afternoon
te Chappelear & Co's. ambulance for
From new styles of show fixtures
wa will show our customers the com
qelete combinations and latest designs
te wall papers at popular prices. We
'4avKe your Inspection of our Btock. E.
Mr. Charles Taylor la confined: to
bis home In Sparta by a severe at
tack of Illness.
Mr. R. H. Archer of Lima spent
Wednesday In ML Vernon on busi
ness. Mr. Arthur Walton returned to Col
umbus this afternoon after a short
visit In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dever went
o Columbus Thursday morning to
jpend the day. ,
Miss Ida Wise and her guests Miss
es Gatsklll and Bogle, of Kentucky,
spent Wednesday at the TuBercuruaf
rfanltorlum ar ML Vernon Mllfers-
The Rev. S. E. Thompson, of Mans
field, who will give the Lenten: medi
tation at SL Paul's Episcopal chnrcui.
tonight at 7:00, Is a graduate of Kevr
yon college and Bexley KalL
15 dor. men's dress shirts, 60c
Lurle's, South Main streeL
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Durhla of
Columbus are spending several days
with relatives In Danville.
Stock of suits and hats for spring:
now complete and we Invite your fa
spectlon. Lurle's, S. Main streeL
Mr. Thomas Clark of New Guilford,
Ohio, spent Thursday In Buckeye CTty
Mrs. E. B. Blxler left Thurailar
morning for Corning, Ohio, where she
will make a several days' visit with:
WANTED A middle aged woman
as housekeeper for small family, no
washing. J. A- Hackett, 212 South.
Main street, ML Vernon, Ohio.
Mr. Clair Dial of Gambler has ac
cepted a position as first trick: opera
tor at the C. A. & C. depot at Dan
Mrs. C. Schrader, of Knox county.
Is visiting at he home of Mr, and Mr.
Jesse Cullens. west of town. Millers-
Miss Molly Jane Reed, the reader.
Is a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Smlthhlaler during her stay
In the city.
Spclal Inducements on Saturday
Lurle's, S. Main Htret.
At a regular meeting, of the Henry
B. Dannlng Camp of the Sons: or
veterans In the O. A, R. hall Wedne
day evening twelve candidates were
Mrs. Edward J. Vogel was takem
from her home on Oak street to th
Jit. Vernon hospital Thursday motu
ng In Chappelear & Co's. ambulance
Miss Gertrude Bressee and Mts
Cora Putman of Gambler who were
'lie guest of Mrs. Wellington: T. Leoa
irrt of West Third street returned
lome today. Mansfield Shield.
Mr. J. Buckingham of Tiffln, 06fo
-oute ngent for the V. S. Express Co
ind Mr. George W. Munn, U". S. Ex
uress inspector of Toledo, spent Weil
leaday In ML Vernon on. biwlnew.
The spring ttoelc of wall paper
-hown by E. O. Arnold will furnDft jan
'vlth new ideas for colorings asd ife
orations and the prizes are- ths te
nl B. O. Arnold. ,
The Royal Purple degree wBt 6
-onferred on one candidate at the re
.rular meeting of Kokoafng; Encamp
ment No. 35 I. O. O. F. on Frfdaj
We have the cleanest stock; of new
wall papers and will show you the
latest designs and coloring'. Our new
display rack will show complete eom
blnations that wilt furnish new Idea
to our patrons. ti. O. AronhL
At a apecial meeting of Clinton:
Chapter, No. ?ff, R. A. M., comment
ng Wednesday aftarnoort at $ o'ctocfi
the Mark Master degree was. conferred
upon n large class of candidate?. Sap
per was served at S o'clock and the
twlc was resumed In the evenings
Cut rates on all watch repairing;
Main spring, 75c; cleaning: 75c; crys
'als I5c; JeweU, 235c to 75c Worft
guaranteed 1 year, Owens, corner
Main and Gambler streets- up stairs
Mrs. Pharls was taken from her
home on East Gambler street to the
2:33 train on the B. & O. Wednesday-
afternoon In Chappelear & Co's. am
bulance. She was taken to Lexington,
Ohio, where she will remain for some
time with relatives.
The Sparta High schoot will give
a box social at the town, hall cm Sat
urday evening, March 25th, the pro
ceeds to go toward the purchaainjg of
a new organ for the High; school.
Mrs. J. E. Sreemaa of Hortoa. Ka
formerly of this city, was- operated: on
Thursday morning- for complication:
necessitating the removal of the ap
pendix by Dr. S. E. Deetey at the ML
Vernon Medical and Surgical Sanitar
ium. Mr. Clement Logadon of Osborne-.
Ohio, and Mr. Cary Losadom of Co6-
umhus returned to their heme Thaw,
day after spending: several day with,
tneir ratner, Mr. Charles. Logadoa taditamw. ami -rtrta Uber ama tbe
their aunt, Mrs. William. Dfcfc. ot Daa
vllle. Onr new atoclc of sprins vail papv
era Is now ready. The new itestgn
and colors In. wall papers: for the
spring time will give you the tateatt.
colorings and combinations at low
popular prices. We Invite yaur tne
spectlan of our stoclc and our new
ways of showlne our papers. K.
I How I Became an
By AOTOCtD L. TIBJXA'W
OiuyvQc&C &? Jtnntrttens Fs mi Jtamt-
When E warn in but aaifi ssnStafl ff..isftn
f reml stories; auu aait&mt dune (flint
gave- mtr aa unuontgntcaafie fJusise ttv
,iee- the Eternal Gsjr. I wUtflmfi op -3&t
rne- eltumr. as- tut Duns tie glume mfrcre
ft wo, boat wOfcfli QsSesasf Curu
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tax. wao watarma efiuir ttinrneF fin tflje
'fuctimi afterl&e&itini&eaClU&el&glSnB, :
ami D&e bcttZsn: Cnutt Haraxfime 0(5taiflRj
s vuttsniy. TUre TO3m m bcthcibcI
of my evsr v&ttfas tofr. finr B atnfl
noR the maanis evum Co tisL mtr aa eifl- '
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i ran to Eumi.
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Into a moiferm caomntrxfi'l Sty. Tttvt
when f tran&: snnm aC ie EdiirnEnts
of undent Bom law Rtaslifiinv. Om
arche of Canataatilsi' asii T&nan. tie
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the mailirm Em my rapture arnr Sl sai
efent. When I iaxi usUxxcttotii ELicne
Itself t nx se&stii wtt&i ai (fia&ne 5p
vtits Its eavfron. I hm2 meiiS if tfbe
Campusnai a ft wun tbuiwi tamsvH
wltfn txtvait, and irtBit.
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1 self my money wars aJD ptme. 1 atik&fl
i ennwdi itvren b barjr x mttrnrm trip UittKt
! to AmeiiitKix. t wsm: tiafliiS Ikn a r-1
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of orch:titfl!Ry tlaa uraw szzwbz TtrSiMn
me- ReadSnz: a. shC&k; to a. mfWHj mjier II
I that am eseavatfiis; ffuaty wat tm nacS
li a searrfs fur the rafa.t Hf a citstiiiii rSDn
some flifty m frees taie easy. 1 UAie3
myself at a iHssir t taw asttai&wAtisiKr
to cCuice-. went raiinb Msa aanfl &nz wrUi
the- rent. Im Ma cwaxf&K; Hie IukS tal
irpou a i&HcsfftfiHs eS Ble iSa. Ttxat
coci&I Qy tna&rst His vfttMrs ly Inir-ru-wfn
to the snnau. Im 1mu- -awrflK.
he cuws hwxi. fits- taut Smt -8tSi 1h
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rc&Jc&i t&ne my eraptoyttir cw "P lif
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spa'Se heim- am J titer qj iy itnrai ate-1
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ty went &mtt t Kih' I .-uriUiS fr any
pay. ai few Bra. auui lity otHnwaxifl ';
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comfnsr ta iwaue itni 4 lirilirw llbr I
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Iiiwa Qijc scuu&r. titum to As ailnna
toe nans jnEuErsu- nva taie fosiuKir
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axuKfis euxflb t tQI cue lint I Sxnd
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time td Dxse ta But xay fnnSitr. I
thrma- tiwft. toe Ibow cuatli. muulUid
I away frucs tlbe lTnr sarifaosi Cca-
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off gzieas vaAw. I Bi&a sarart: Hie s3
of ta v3He frtir wlmdh Ct&2 sttxrdLied.
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thfcfc. I rwMtafti x sronranratlcm for
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beSccs txisun acs a watJntt tgr tbe xnsa
w&i hiui oQvb3 sue t lite for Ma,
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The New Spring Rugs
"We lave now the most complete line of rugs it has ever been our pleasure to
Our immense new line of spring styles is now complete with more kinds,
more patterns, more sizes and lower prices than ever before.
Buying as we do for four large retail stores and also conducting a whole-
Isals business, we are able to secure substantial reductions by buying direct from
the manufacturer and saving the jobbers' profit. This advantage over small deal
ers enames us to oner our customers aeciaea savings on ail manner 01 noor cover
ings. XouTl be surprised at the extent and variety of this showing as well as the
- " Axminster Rugs
W isre a splendid assortment of Axminster
Sings lioth Persian sad floral patterns in the follow
ing jaze: SCxlO-C, SxlS, 3D-CX12, KM!xl3-.
Prices range from $14.50 to $30
Bath Persbsn ssd floral designs in a wide range
cedars; .an excellent rng lor wear. We hare the
s5aes sh-en below: 7-CxS, 2x2, SxTL, Sxl2, 11-3x12.
iced from $1L00 to $25
Tapestry Brussels Rugs
X oo3 selection of designs and colors, both Per
anum x&a floral in the following sizes: 8-3x10-6, 9x12,
You may have them from $8 to $20
The Meyer - Lindorf
JLtlZ ett'tens -n-as first done in 1512.
Mcweew Sins 20.000 ibs and St. Te
tvxtQjiTz girelialily tbe ame number.
X AtttSisStiig lilrtli sale is a feature
mnmita to mearij all nxopean cooa
iritK. Fbses consty. 1IBt produces most
f Jlie Jijililrfc mined in tbe United
It costs Germimy fiearij: 4.000.000
a year for tbe EjiteeW ber ples in
ICfir Xfk lias frty-tbree bridges.;
fir t aliwn leing among tbe -world's ,
icraat iUtMres. .
j. Ug jwtage status in- J
az the wort dune abroad.
SribiHH, are demonstrating that
mearty W) fr t f onr btU ills
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,v!ltr WHmnn. Journalist and bal-
. mi nw
iiwo tTmxaie lusnns -xrcuiia a Nngje
ase. tbe l-boardji bebig at right
orgies Jo one anmber. Is a mnslcal
a'!!!r" ..... . , . , '
Xbe lulls of tbe river Jordan below i
tfbe late T Gainw; are to be barnessed ,
to mimy futKiTicaj id lue .larger urno
Earing wanced bi"ggbig lo a science
am KirgatdTidd band of Jerusalem men
fliraiirts jn)d out r.iX)0.000 piteous ap
;eabi far Jirtp a year.
A Gvrmnn jirofeswr. Dr. Ohnefalsh-
(j Eltilw. lielleres that be bas discov-
Ta me mginw juount u;ympus on
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tbe liOimd ttt Cjttqs.
Easliii jams and preserved fruits of
gnn-ny ilnds are imported into tbe
ITsitd States to the value of abont
JiD3Ct,0CK per annum.
Dnriag tbe fliw four months of Its
existeare tbe Tcrklsil parliament f all
d to legbdate a tingle law in con
sipclian -with any public measure.
la one liUxgne stricken town of China
rar CW3 corpses imve been or are
tteing cremated, and tbe deaths iiava
lieiea oecmring at tbe rate of 150 per
Tarias laternarlanal exposition will
te cpencd April 23 by tbe king nnd
neen cf Italy In tbe presence of other
Ejembers f tbe royal family and the
Tie lEbmd of Marjpirita. off the
norlb. caaw of and belonging to Veae
xnelJU lias a iojnilation of tJQ.000. who
nbEt lo-lncipaUy Vj its pearl and
Britisa xblbltors at' tbe Argentine
xposUinn beld in Buenos Aires recelr
d am xtilent retnja.for their troa-
tile. jitodng orders aggregating bo leas
Tbene are suv f ewertban 200 -women
ta tbe iirinon of SuUand, accord
lag to Dr. Slmuu von der Aa. who for
fifty year baa been tbe chief of nd
sdabarstias of prisout-ln that coeb try.
Thousands of &l jiajtn trees in Tor- j
ntgnese usinea are ua to ue urop-
' seas tbelr trots annually. A tbere to
j sioboay to taie them away tbey e-
iqt. ou uuis vjuouue ureac
in ine xooiniiis oi Aionnt lacana, a
Guatemalan rolrano. there is an al-j
most Inexuaniitlbie Mipply oi snipnnr
in bnge blocts. which U taken ont
from time to time by Indians, but has
not yet been exploited.
Foreigners now hare the same right
to own real estate on tbe same terms
as native of tbe country in any part
of the Ottoman empire except in the
Hedjaz. a district in Arabia containing
tbe Bacred cities of islam.
One ont of erery twelve men In the i
TJnlted. States army was brought te-'
fore a court martial for some offense
last j-ear. I .ast year there were 5.20G
trials by court martial In tbe array as.,
sgalnst SJVSJ) tbe previous year. I
Tbe demand for automobiles In Great
Britain is constantly on the Increase.
and. while ihe ami of Great Britain U
comparatively small, tbe number of
motor cars In ue is proportionately J
greater tnan in nay otner part or tne
Tbe last great orgaulxed crusade for
tbe prevention of dlcase In England
prior to the present war against rats
was ta lS0fi-7, when, in order to stamp
i out hydrophobia, more than lO.uug
aised and ownerless dogs
seijed aDd juinlessly pnt to
Tbe project for the canalization of
t.A 9.a i tm diilmtift f Tuba XTAl"
aR o pennlt eatrance of
vessels up to twenty feet draft. Is re-
M am, attenUon from the
Venezuelan authoriUcs. At present
sbips drawing over twelve feet cannot
safely enter tbe lake.
Haladjiau Effcndi. Turkey's minister
of public works, declares that he Is
planning n national nysiem of over
20.000 miles or tbe best highways, a
great extension of railroads. Irrigation
jtnrt rtralnn worts, river nnd harbor
improvements, etc. Many thousands
of miles of provinclsl roads will also
be built, connectins the railroads and
national pikes In a complete transport
rrincess Victoria Ijouise of Germany
bids fair to be quite independent of tbe
kaiser's rules. Even at her early age
she is said to take Issue with ber Im
perial father's edict that the three k's.
klrche. kinder, kuebc. should be the
limitations of woman's activities, and
she bas taken tbe liberty of protesting
against tbe kaiser's anti-woman suf
frage utterances. Recently the yonng
princess visited a clnb of working girl
r.nd expressed herself as anxious to aid
Bound to Hava Him Daad.
Tbe Mexican judicial system, while
it affords exact Justice In most cases,
U still a tangled skein, and tbe intrlc
aJes of the law frequently lead to
amusing episodes. A famous criminal
who faced tbe firing squad In the City
of Mexico recently was named Negreie.
but more generally known as tho
Uget of Santa Julia. The man was
a mmdercr and a thief, and bo is well
out of tbe way. After the Mexican
courts bad determined what should
be done with him they decided to sen
tence him to die twice, to serve a life
sentence and pay a heavy tee. evea
though at the time of bis Incarcera
tion ho was practically penniless. A
local paper commenting on the sen
tence remark that he may get over
it. bat be will never loot tbe sum.
Body Brussels Rugs
One of the Terr best rngs for service that you
can bny. Coming as they do in rich, soft colorings
and neat patterns they are suitable fcr any room in
the house. We hare them In slies S-3xl0-6, 9x12,
11-3x12, 10-5X12, 1CM!x13-S, 11-3x13-6, 10-6x15.
Priced from $18.00 to $37.50
Genuine Wilton Rugs
These elegant rngs we hare In 9x12 size only.
The-rich, soft colors, charmingly blended in beauti
ful Persian and oriental designs makes these rags
very desirable for those who want something out of
These rngs are really worth $37.50. We now
offer you in 14 different patterns,
Your choice $30.00
G. R. Baker P. T. Baker
Sign of the Big Hand
ffnrifri "Main fff
Useful Present For a Bride.
Instead of tbe usual shower friends
of a bride who was recently married
and went at once to housekeeping gave
her a box labeled "the things yon have
forgotten." In It there were balls of
different kinds of twine In holders by
which to bang them and with scissors
to cut the string, a bottle or fountain
pen Ink. balls of various widtbs of
tape, cards of buttons, including shoe
buttons nnd tbe cord by which to sew
them on (the kind with tags on tbe
ends), several lead pencils, pads of pa
per of different sizes, a corkscrew, n
tack hammer with claw, tags and la
bels for bottles, boxes and packages,
spools of thread of various sizes and
papers of needles, a bottle of mucilage
and a tube of glue, several sheets of
wrapping paper and some other every
Chiropodist With a Grievance,
Miss Emily A. Chapman is n chl
ropodlst of Los Angeles who was re
Jectcd by a chapter or the Daughter
f tbe American Revolution. She main
tains that it was because she earns bei
living In' such a way. Miss Chapman
was formerly a member of the Quaker
City chapter in Philadelphia, but could
not get three women from that chapter
to Indorse her when she went west
She says she will bring tbe matter be-i
fore tbe national body, and the result
is being watched with InteresL Mem
bers or tbe D. A. R. say there must
have been some other reason than
that assigned, as many of tbe daugh
ters work for a living.
She caned Mm -baoy.- thoush the haa
Had lonj: autre ivfl ma abulias poll.
She naa a very Rtrlun air
Ana loocea tuuen line a Dls was doU.
Ho tnlKtit nav been ner dotlns dad,
Ker very orOr be obeyed.
Ilia irut u urep. nu ioiKa werestaa.
Uapue remaraa that people made.
itro called hlro foolish, women vowed
Tbat ne waa abamrfully lecetved.
But be ra natp and allowed
Tbe looliaa amsipi to be sneved.
L. B. HOUCK
ATTO R N EY - AT - LAW
OlBce Rogers building. No. HI Boat
Main street, Ml Vernon, Ohio. Rocsu
i and 3, second floor.
FRANK O LEVERING
Ml business of legal nature gives
prompt attention and especially te
practice in the Probate Court. Offlc
Vo. 9 East High street, MU Veraoa, O.
Vew "Phone, OSce 101; Residence 35.
If you own anything, have
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE SNSURANCE MAN
1 East Gambler street. ML Vernon, O.
Citizens" 'Phone 23 Red
Luther A. Stream .:. Wm. F. Rlmtr
STREAM & RIMER
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
ind exchanged. Properties rented axd
rents collected. Fire Insurance a spe
cialty. Representing it old reliable
-itock companies. Accident insurance,
llvo stock Insurance. Plate glass la--iurance,
automobile Insurance, In fact
ve can Insure any property you may
have. Surety bonds of all kinds. Call
tad see us. Room 1 Sine bldg, Souta
Main st. C1L 'phone No. 417 Black;
Bell 253 R.
E. C. BEGGS
Office in Arnold block corner ol
East High street and Moan meat
.Kjuare, ML Vernon, Ohio.
C. K. CONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Viae SL
Citizens' 'phone 62. Office hours: S
'o 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
s. a o. r. n.
No. 14 (:t6 a. k.
No. 4 11:30 a. m.
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Ko. 8 6:18 p. m.
No. 7 :lt'a.ci
No. 17 8:67 a. a
No. 3 2:39 p. m.
No. IE.. ...10:03 p. m.
Nc. IS ad 17 dally ezci
Sunday. Other iralaa sally.
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No. 60S 12:41 a, aw
No. 620 :E8 a. at
No. 622 S:30 a. n.
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No. B18 10:65 u. m.
Mo. 6uZ lf.Zi p. aw
No. SOS 5:10 p. a.
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No. 503 2:03 p. m.
Na 605 6:61 p. a
No. 619 840 D m.
Na 521 7:10 . m.
No, 52S (To ML Veraoa
oaly) i:su p. &.
Daily extejt Buaday,
SAN FRANCISCO TO ENTERTAIN
San Francisco, Cal March 23 The
Commonwealth Club of thU city Is
making elaborate arrangements foif a
dinner and reception next Monday
evening in honor of Theodore Roose
velt Tho ex-President wil deliver an
Informal address at the function,
which will take place at the Fairmont
HOLDS ITS MEETING
Columbus, O., March 23 The Cen
tral Electric Railway Association held
its annual convention in, this city to
day. The meeting waa attended by
executive and operating officials of
many of the leading interurban lines
of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.
Berkeley, Cal, March 23 President
and Mrs Benjamin Ide Wheeler of
the University of California held a
reception in Hearst Hall this after
noon In honor of Colonel and Mrs.
Theodore Roosevelt Colonel Roose
velt is here to deliver the series of
Sari lectures at the university.
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