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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, MAY B, 1011.
Meeting Of St. Paul's Episco
pal Church Is Held
IhBday Evenin g When Various
Reports Were Read
Showing What Was Done In
Wardens And Vestrymen
Were Also Elected
And Delegates And Alternates
To The Convention
The annual parish mooting of St.
Paul's Episcopal church was oponod
Mnniinv ovenlnn at 7 o'clock with
grayer by tho rector, tho Ilov. W. E.
Hull, after which Mr. Charlos Itoborta
was mado clerk of tho evening.
Tho rector then gave a report of bis
official acta and the offerings pass
ins through his bands.
Tho trcaauror, Mr. Samuel II. Potor
man, then road a dotallod roport of
tho year's flnancos, showing an In
crwaao of contributions by tho envoi
opo system with froo pows, but re
marked that somo should incroaso
their pledges, and othors contribute
who aro not doing so regularly, and
so avoid many extra appoala to moot
some obligations, such as ropalrs and
Improvements. Ills roport showed
tho sum of $78.85 paid from tho ostato
ot Miss Jano Arontono as a logncy.
Tho now system of bonovolonco with
wuokly envolopo showed that pledges
and apportionments for the coming
year for dloccsun, domostlo and for
eign missions would bo met.
Tho roport from tho Sunday school
.showed an enrollment of 138, and
ralsod for all purposcH ?147.04.
ThoAuxllIary Missionary Socloty ag
gregated their woik In donations of
boxes, barrels and ciihIi at $2l3.0(i,
Tho Daughters of the King besides
their ministries for allur, choir ami
many charities gavo $100 toward main
tonunce of tho choir.
Tho King's Daughters lioHldos char
itablo work, reported for tho year
$80,fjy of which $10 was glvou as an
A report by the rector of tho reor
ganization ot tho Knights of King Ar
thur, under the loadoruhlp of Mr. John
C, Champion, was most gratifying, but
Too official roport was road.
The ballot rosultod In the re-election
of tho old vestry, ns follows:
Senior Wardon 1). n. Kirk.
Junior Warden 0. A. liopo.
VoBtrymon It. S. Hull, S, H. Potor
man, J V. V. Elder, Frank Harper, O.
Q. Conloy, C. O. lams, Hon Amos, II,
0. Dovln, C. N. Loroy and W. K. Grant.
Tho vestry was organized by tho
election of John V, V. lihlor clerk, and
8. II I'oturman treasurer.
Tho vestry elected as delegates to
tho diocesan convention, which meets
at Trinity Cathedral, Clovolund, May
lCth Messrs. It. S, Hull, D. II. Kirk
and C (. Conloy. Alternates, Messrs.
II. C Dovln, 8. II, Polorman and C.
J" i l I I I4 i $" I I T I
BRINK HAVEN .fr
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CIiuh, McDonald of Tiverton spunt
Sunday the guest of relatives horo.
C. S, Starnor mado a biiHltiess trip
to Dig Ptulrlo, last Tuesday ovonlug,
Tho animal commciicetuoiit exorcis
es wore hold In tho M. 10. church, Frl
day evening, and tho houso was tilled
to Its capacity. The grndualos, Mar
gory Ilorlon, Marguerite Tressol and
Bessie Haguns, each delivered their
orations In a most pleasing manner,
which showed careful pieparatlon and
study Tho Scrlnnor Orchestra of Mt.
Vernon furnished the musical pait of
tho program and had to respond to
numerous encores. The class.addross,
which was delivered by Samuel U
Thompson of this place, was ono of
tho best, and ono of the highest order
which has boon glvon horo for sovoral
years past An unusual number of
compliments wero passed on this part
ot tho program. Tho diplomas woro
presented tho pupils by tho llov, II. A,
Shook In behalf ot tho Hoard of Educa
tion. Tho Invocation and benediction
was given by tho Itev. Shook also. In
bort, tho commoncomonl as n wholo,
was one ot tho best over hold In this
The Alumni Association ot tho Drink
Haven High school gavo their llrst
tawmiot at tho Central Hotel, Satur
day evening to over thirty Invited
guests. Aftor tho meeting an election
ef officers was hold, and preparations
for an annual event of this kind was
decided upon. Tho play glvon by tho
alumni boforo tho banquet waB well
rocolved by tho audlonco, but on ac
count of tho very Inclement woathor,
tho houso was only partially filled. Dy
request, tho play waa again given on
Tho board of education meets again
this wcok and at that tlmo will elect
tho teachors for tho coming school
Hyatt & Schmld Bhlppcd 110 calves
to Pittsburg from this placo, Saturday.
Harry Aloxandor of Glonmont Is
learning tho baker trade under tho In
struction of John Workman.
Tho mombers ot tho Dlsclplo church
will glvo their play "Farm Folks" at
Howard, Ohio, on noxt Friday ovonlng,
A. D. Starnor and son Clotus, of Bad
dow Pass, attended tho commence
ment exercises horo, laat Friday ov
onlng. Mrs. J. C. Fox roturned last week
from a two weok'B visit with relatives
in West Virginia. J
Mr. and Mrs. Mont Hunter of Orr
vlllo spent Sunday tho guests of Wm.
Huntor and family horo.
John Qrassbaugh and family spont
Sunday with C. A. Schmld and family
In Holmes county.
C. S. Starnor transacted business
in Mlllorsburg recently.
C. C. Loiter finished a successful
term of school In Pleasant Valloy, Fri
C. C. Loitor, Jamoa Stormont, Fred
Kiser, and W. C. Hunt took tho civil
sorvlco examination In Mt. Vernon,
Saturday, for tho position of rural car
rier on tho mall route out of this
John Blddlo of Toledo waa tho guost
of his father horo over Sunday.
tfi ! $. j. $ $ ! ! ! 4 ! !
.f. MT. LIBERTY
Mrs. Waltor Goarhart had an attack
of plourlsy and fluid gathorod in tho
pleura sack which Dr. McLaughlin
removed. Sho is In a sorlouB condi
tion. Mrs. Sarah Youngblood has boon
Buttering from stomach troublo and Is
falling. Sho Is 83.
Mr. and Mrs. Claronco McKown ot
of Cleveland uro horo for a wcok's
visit with rolatlvos.
Our schools closed last Friday. A
luxuriant dinner was served us a sur
prise to tho touchers, Mabel Mitchell
and Julia Boll, who leave horo with
tho reaped and good wishes of tho
Melvlu Conkllng and family of
Cleveland arrived Monday for u visit
with Mrs. Conkllng's parents and othor
Hugh Illnohart sold a team ot colts
Mr. and Mrs. Million of Mt. Vernon
spout Sunday with Youngbloods.
Mrs. W. A. WIntormuto is still Im
proving "J ! I h ! J J ! I I !! J $
J. E8TO !
j ! j ! $ $ $ J $
Miss Ilachlo Boal of Mt. Vernon
spont Satutday and Sunday with hor
mother, Mrs. Phcolio Boal.
Mr. and Mis, Will Hartsook and
family of Mt. Vornon spent Saturday
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George
Hoyman and family,
Mr, Charles Stull spont last Thurs
day with Mr. and Mrs. Will Morning
star. Miss Alllo Scott spoilt Saturday nnd
Sunday with Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. CIiuh, Knox spont Sun
day at Brandon.
Mr. anil Mrs. George Strlngtollow
called on Mr, and Mrs. Jay Welkos
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schooley called
on Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Nethors and
family Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Garfield Colgln, who rocolvod
a bono broken In his foqt will not bo
ublo to work foe sovoral wooks.
Tho farmors are making good uso of
(ho lino woathor, sowing oats and
plowing for corn and making garden.
Mr. John MoLarn nnd Mr. Will
MornlngHtnr mado n business trip to
New Castlo last Monday.
Mr. Noel Ileal left for isobraska last
Mr. ad Mrs, Boss Nothors nttcdod
the commencement at Howard last
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Mrs, Bolto Modlo has sold hor farm
to Ralph Sollors of Green Valloy and
expects to return to Klsslmmeo, Fin.,
whoro sho spont tho entire wlnlor.
On last Wodonsday ovonlng tho Odd
Follows gavo a banquet In honor ot
tho Bobokahs, A flno lunch was served
and tho ovonlng was greatly enjoyed.
Mr. Dan Squires, who underwent an
oporntlon for appendicitis in Colum
bus a fow wooks ago, roturnod homo
Mr. and Mrs, Burt Clark of Mt. Vor
non woro guests of Mr and Mrs. Cliff
Mr. and Mrs, Douglas Wilson and
Mr and Mrfl. Pitt Strublo mado a trip
in Mr, Strublo's now Ford machine
to Mt. Vornon on Friday of laat wook.
Mrs. Georgo Craven of North Wood
bury was tho guest of hor aunt, Mrs.
Charley Levering, last wook. Mrs. Lev
ering and Mrs. Craven apont Friday In
Mt. Vernon. '
Born to Itov. and Mrs. Jones, a son.
Edna Janklus visited her cousin,
Hortonso Jenkins. Edna has a posi
tion in ono of tho banks in ML Ver
non. Bov. Mr. Hancock will glvo a blblo
reading in tho M. E. church on next
Mrs. W. T Shaffer is in Butler car
ing for her daughter, Mrs. George,
who Is sorlously 111.
Mrs. Frank Stumph Is visiting her
brothor In Travorso City, Mich.
Miss Cora Fisher attended tho alum
ni banquet at Sparta on Saturday ev
ening. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Bishop of Mt. Vor
non are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Wlllct, south of town.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mather visited
their daughter, Blancho, In Mt. Gllcad
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Boclety will moot in tho church par
loro on Wednesday aftornoon.
Mrs. Eva Dalrymplo who has been
sorlously ill, la slowly recovering.
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Tho Women's Foreign Missionary
society and tho Standard Bearers will
hold their annual tbaukoiiorlng sor
vlco In the M. E. church noxt Sun
day morning at tho rogular hour of
sorvlco. Ilov. E. D. Barnott, pastor of
tho M, E. church at Mt. Vornon will
preach a sermon for tho occasion. Bov,
Barnott .Is much Int--ested in mis'
slouary work and on this occasion will
glvo tho peoplo a raro treat. In tho
ovonlng at tho rogular tlmo Bov. Thou.
Geo of Democracy, will occupy tho pul
pit in oxebango with tho pastor, Bov.
Thos. Humbly, who will at tho somo
hour preach tho baccalaureato sermon
of tho High school at Domocracy.
Rov. Thos. Goo ot Democracy will
preach at the Berlin church next Sun
day aftornoon at two o'clock.
Rov. Thos. Hambly will locturo at
tho Palmyra church this Friday ov
onlng on tho subject "Facts and Fun
In tho Southland." Bov. Hambly de
livered this lecturo at Mt. Vornon on
Wednesday ovonlng ot last wook to a
largo audlonco In tho M. E. church.
Tho lecturo was highly appreciated by
A nurprlso was given Mr. and Mrs.
John McCrory on Wednesday evening
of this wook being tho occasion of
tholr thirty-fifth woddlng anniversary.
Tho Beers blblo class gavo a social
In tho M. 13. church on Thursday ov
onlng of this wook. Ono of tho fea
tures of tho social was a chorus by
tho nialo mombors of tho class.
Mr. II. O. Smith visited his daugh
ters at Lucorno and Chostorvlllo tho
Hazel Cramer of Orrvlllo, Ohio, vis
ited with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Williamson, a fqw days tho past
Mr. Scott KIrby hasfspld out ills In
torost In tho Stlllwoll & KIrby storo
to Mr. David Ireland of Columbus tho
latter being a nophow of Mr. Stlllwoll.
Mrs. Kara Tobln visited filonds in
Frcdoiiektown and Butler tho past
Mrs. Currlo Levering of Mnnsllold,
Ohio, vlsllod rolatlvos in this vicinity
tho past week.
Mrs. Frank Stumph visited with hor
brother In Travorso City, Mich, tho
Mrs. Lua Moran and children of
Now Lexington, Ohio, woro guosts of
her sister, Mrs." I. Into Noptuno tho
Mrs. Clint Allwoln visited hor par-
outs nt West Point tho past wook.
, Miss Vina Trowbridge vlsltod
friends In Columella tho past wook.
Frortbrlcktown vwlll have a basobull
team this mimmor, money enough hav
ing been ralsod to put tho ontorprlso
In good financial condition to start It
Mr. II. F. Parmontor nnd family vls
ltod In Oborlln last wook,
Mrs. Cora Iliioll of Clovolnnd visited
hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. B. Chan
coy tho past wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. Dt M. Brumhach vis
ited tholr son, Ralph, at Athons, Ohio
n few days last wook.
Mrs. E. II. MoKlnnoy nnd llttlo son,
Ralph, of Doylostown, spont Wednes
day with John M. MoKlnnoy and faint
Mrs. John M, MoKlnnoy ontortnlnod
tho Country Social Club at hor homo
last Friday aftornoon.
Mr. Howard Fiddler, who was ro
contly operated on for appondlcllls at
Mt. Carmol lioBpltal In Columbus, ro
turned homo on Friday last, much im
proved. Mrs. J, B. Footo entertains tho Stan
dard Bearors of tho M. E. church on
Friday ovonlng of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoar movod
tholr offo'cts to Mt Vornon this wook
whoro thoy will mnko their futuro
Six young foxes woro socurod by
Mr. Frank Brndrlck last-Saturdayin'
a hunt to find tho cniiBO ot tho loss'
of sovoral lambs by Mr. Morrla Doan.
Mr. and Mrs. Bort Whlto visited with'
tho formor'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
S. Whlto, last week.
Mr Italph McGaughoy of Sparta via
Itcd with his brother in Frcdorick
town, a couplo of days last week
Mrs. T. O. Davidson of Atlanta, Ga.,
visited with hor grandmother, Mrs.
Nancy Doty, tho past week.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
W. C. T, U. will bq held at tho homo
of Mrs. M. P. Howes, Thursday ovon
lng, May 11th Members take notlco
change of place on account of sick
ness. A W. C. S. M. instituto will bo hold
In tho Presbyterian church Tuesday,
May 9th. Thoro will bo an all-day
meeting beginning at 9 o'clock, a. m.
A fine program will bo rondcred
throughout tho day. Mrs. Sheldon will
lecturo in tho evening. Everybody
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Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Motz spont Sun
day in. Nashville.
Mrs. Wayno Burrls of Mlllorsburg
spont Sunday at tho homo of L. H.
Mr. Garry Rosa .of Elkhart, lnd
tho guest of Mr. Ira Ross and family.
Mrs. Carl Brltton of Howard
spending sovoral days with hor grand
Mr. and Mrs. pJ'L. Wllklna of Mt.
Vernon aro gucstB.of tho lattor's par
ents, Mr. and Mra'.lG. V. Culllson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaines of Mt.
Vernon woro guests of Dr. Shaffer
Mr. W. Cj Burrls spont Tuesday In
Mr. and Mrs Elvin Burch spent
Tuesday in Now Castlo
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brlckor of Mt.
Vornon woro tho vguotss of Mrs. W.
B. Robinson Sunday
Miss Audroy Payno of Mt Vornon is
tho guodt of relatives horo.
Mr. Judson Lonoy spont Tuesday In
THE W;i T. II.
To Sec About Sunday Baseball Play-Ing-Newspapcrs
(By The Press Reporter)
Tho W. C. T. U. hold u regular meet
ing nt the homo of Mrs. R. C. Jacobs,
East Burgess street, Tuosday after
noon. Dovotlqntils, woro lod by Mrs.
Reading ot tho.lth Psalm.
Prayer Miss Ella Brlckor.
Tho flowor 'mission suporlntondont
reported two needy fnmllos, Loft to
Mrs. Faust took tho collodion.
A request comes to seo about tho
Sunday boll'nlaylng. Mrs. Brlnln-
stool, Mrs. Black and Mrs. Walkor ap
pointed to look Into tho matter,
IiiBtltuto to bo 'hold horo tho last
of May, about 22 of Muy. Committees
nppolnted to look aftor tho dlnnor and
program. -Gold medal contost to bo
Social Purity was tho subject and
was nbly discussed by tho leador.
Mrs. Schnobly on Art and Purity.
Song by Union.
Mrs. Clark read an oxcollont paper
on Aniusonionts What tho Drama
wiib Supposed to Do nnd What It Did.
Mrs. Jonklns road a papor on Eleva
tion of tho Pross. A trlbuto was paid
to tho pross in gonornl and to our
local 'uowspapors for tholr cloan pa
pers, nnd how much could bo done
through tho pross.
Mts, Brlnlnstool told a truo story
on' Rescue Work a vory heart-render
ing etory ot Nolllo Conroy's roscuo
from tho Bowory.
Mrs, Black told ot tho vldos of our
llttlo city, ending by singing, "Whoro
Aro tho Wnndorlng Boys?" Which
was much onjoyod, and tho good advlco
glvon by Mrs, Black to tho mothers.
Tempting refreshments woro sor
vod and tho mooting ndjournod to
moot with Mrs. Charlos Johnson,
MR. PROPERTY OWNER-Stop!
Conoider! Why not use the best
possible when YOU pay the hill?
Stands for everything that is best in paint.
The pigments used are properly proportioned
and thoroughly compounded.
STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE
TOR DALE BY
A. B. HENDEKSON, Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
E. L. WOLFE, Bladensburg, Ohio.
HIOKS GrATE CO., Frodericktovra, Ohio.
OREGON PLAN !
UP TO GOVERNOR
Bill Passes Senate By Aid oi
FOUR DEMOCRATS AGAINST IT
tetone, Cahlll, Dore and Huffman
Hold Out Against Harmon's Fa
vorite Piece of Legislation Both
Branches of Assembly Concur In
Conference Report on Russell Cen
tral Board of Control Bill Stam
baugh Bill Passes House.
Columbus, O., May 3. Popular
election of TJnltod States senators
under tho Oregon plan is assured to
Ohio voters by tho passago in tho
sonato of thojWyman bill, which has
aheady passed tho houso and now
goes to the-govornor. Te vote was 18
to 15. It required votes of three Re
publicans Tod of Mahoning, Mac
Donald of Ashtabula and Watklns of
Licking to pass the bill Four Dem
ocrats Cetono and Cahlll of the Day
ton district, Doro ot Seneca nnd Huff
man of Butler voted against tho bill.
Stockwell and Green spoke for tho
bill and Doster, Doaton of Champaign
and Doaton of Lucas spoke against
Those who voted for tho bill woro
Dean, Dlttmor, Finnofrook, Frazlor,
Gray, Green, Haas, Hudson, Krauso,
MacDonald, Mcdulre, McKoe, Rey
nolds, Shaffer, Stockwell, Tod of Ma
honing, Watklns and Yount. Those
who voted against it wero Andrews,
Badcr, Cahlll, Cctone, Doaton ot
Champaign, Deaton of Lucas, Doster,
Dore, Holdren, Huffman, Johnson,
Keller, Kuhl, Purinton and Todd ot
ADOPT CONFERENCE REPORT
Sonato and Hoube Reach Agreement
on Russell Bill.
Columbus, O., May 3. Both branch
es of tho gcnoral assembly concurred
In a conference roport on the Russell
till to provide a central hoard of con
trol for state institutions. The cen
tral board bill exempts tho ColdloM'
and Sailors' Orphans' homo at Xenla
from the management of tho Dipartl
san board of four members. The
Lima state hospltul, ponding comple
tion, also Is exempted.
In the houso Mr. Greovos intro
'ducod a bUl muklug a pohltentla'fy
sontonco mandatory In bribery cases
Involving mombeis of the assembly,
House Passes Stambaugh Bill.
Columbus, O., May 3. Chargos that
tho reform administration at tho
Girls' Industrial school at Delaware
maintains a strong room and that a
girl placed there had at one time died
from tho effects of her treatment
woro made in tho houso by Represen
tative Smith ot Butler county, during
tho consideration of tho Stambaugh
bill providing for a woir.an superin
tendent of tho girls' homo. The bill
passed by a fair margin after a heat
ed debate. It 1b strongly urgod by
tho governor and will probably go
through tho senate
Do Ghos.s Haunt Swamps?
No, Never. "Its foolish to fear a fan-
clod ovll, whon thoro aro real aud
deadly porlls to guard against In
swamps nnd marshos, bayous, and
lowlands. Those aro tho malaria
germs that cause aguo, chills and fov
or, weakness, aches In tho bones and
muscles and may Induce deadly ty
phoid. But Eloctrio Bitters destroys
nnd casts out tboso vicious gorms
from tho blood. "Throo bottlos drove
all tho malaria from tho , system,"
wroto Win. Frotwell, ot Lucnraa, N.
C, "und I've had flno health over
slnco." Uso this safo, Btiro remody
only COc at G. R. Bakor & Co. Mt. Vor
non, and F. Fink, Frodorlcktown.
FOR SALE Whlto Pokln duck
oggB. Call cltlzona' phono D22 bluo.
SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear"
Ina Pinch, use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
JiiuJ ,i'8ht or 5.w ,h.0M ' or I lro IniUint
relief to corn nnd bnnlom. It'ithoeraatest com-
lers.cniious and enrorpola. H g a certain relief for
"r-0V?..New."n!- Sold everywhere c IMn'l
. iV" "?!! """"" For FRKI5 tnil rjackaffo.
ddroa Alton 8. Olmsted, U Hoy. N. ?! 0'
Bollefontalno. O., May 3. Snor
fell In Logan county to tho depth o
half an inch in somo localities.
It Startled The World
when tho astounding claims were first
mado for Bucklon's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved thorn true, and overywhoro It
Is now known as the best salvo on
earth for Burns, Bolls, Scalds, Sores,
Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Ec
zema, Chapped hands, Fever Sores
and Piles. Only 26c nt O. R. Baker
& Co. of Mt. Vernon, nnd F. Fink,
Don't lot your monoy got away from
you anchor It down. Open a savings
account with us, whero your monoy
will earn you more money. Do it
NOW today! Thero's a rainy day
coming somo time in your life bo
prepared for it. Start a small account
with us and watch It grow.
The Citizens' Building &
First National Bank Building
MT. VERNON, O.
WM. H. SMITH, Pres.
If you need anything In the
brush line we have It.
Camel's Hair Brushes, Etc.
Our assortment Is complete and
prices are reasonable.
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
Breeders and Horsemen
ARLO H., 2:11 trotting bred
TOM ALBE, Belgium stallion,
will bo nt Waddoll's livory barn
Wednesday and Saturday
Starting April 15
Come and see these horses before
W. 0. KOKNS
1 li i'fC ifa
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Wm Ml! 1KH
wfStfffi! yim Rtfflfi?ffl I
per cent in
Many of th large fortunai of
today war started by a savlngi
cecum of only ont dollar (
WE lAY YOU TO SAVE
We would be pleated to explain
the advantages of our Saving
Department to you.
Come In and talk It over.
The Guaranty Saving
Bank and Trust Co.
Mt Vernon, Ohio,
Open Saturday evanlngi from
7 to B o'clock.
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No. 4 11:30 a. m.
No. 16 5:36 p. m.
No. 8 0:18 p. m.
No 7....: 8:26 a. m.
No. 17 8:57 a. m.
No. 3 2:39 p. m.
No. 15 10:08 p. m.
Nob. 16 and 17 daily, oxcopt Sun
day. Other trains daily.
C, A. & C. R. R.
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No. 522.x 6:20 a.
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No. 523 (to Mt, Vornon
only) 1:30 p.
Dally except Sunday.
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ifaln streot, Mt Vernon, Ohio. Roomn
2 and 3, second floor.
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Mala st. Clt. 'phono No. 447 Blacks
Boll 253 R.
E. C. BEGGS
Office la Arnold block corner oJ
East High street and Uoaumeal
cquaro, Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
C. K. CONARD, M. D. -
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Viae J3t.
Citizens' 'phone 62, Offlco hours 1 9
to 4 aad 7 to 8 p. m.
Whon a man Is carrying a ilerco
looking umbrella, don't argue that it
may bo tho best ho can buy. Maybe
it's inorely tho best ho could pick up.