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f Hi DtMOTOATifl
SENATOR MOSES CLAPP
of tha Sanata
919U, by American Press Association.
Thin picture of Htintor Mois E. Clapp
Minnesota was taken at Washington
purine a recent In llic lovcstlvutlon of tha
'"LEAVES FOR THE WEST
Catena! Rootavalt Holda Confaranc,'
With Brown and Othara.
Oyatcr llay, N. Y., Oct 7. Dofore
tils departure for tho final round-up
of raJddlo weatern Progressives, Col
oael Itooiovclt hold a prolonged con
ference with 1'rocresslve leadera.
Walter Drown of Ohio. In which aUto
the Progresalvo candidate la prepar
ing to make final und desperate appeal
on Oct 17 nnd 18, was one of thoaa
who were present. Others were Oot
firnor Johnson of California, Oicar
Straus, Frank A. Munaey, George W.
Perkins, Senator Dixon, Ilourke
Vorkrnn and Kegla II. Post.
Mr. Iloosevclt loavca Now York at
p. m. today for Grand Knplda, Mich.
Probing Car Shortage.
Washington, Oct. 7. Complaints to
the lutoratnto commerce commission
of a aerlotis shortage of freight can
In the middle mid far west have
tirought about mi Investigation. It
liau developed that In Pittsburg, Cin
cinnati, Chicago, St. I.ouls, KntiBim
City und other large cjtles the con
gestion of freight Is HorloiiM, Pro
ducers are complnlnlnK of tha Inabil
ity of tho transportation Much to
lnoii! their Hhlpmcnln promptly,
Eggs 28c; butter 28c,
Dr. h. E. Disney of Clarlndft, Iowa,
Is vlsltltig with relatives In this city
Mr. C,rW. Koons went to Colum
bus Monday morning to make a short
Messrs. Charles Mills and Clar
enco Harper spent Sunday with
friends in Newark.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. K. Hcsb of West
High sttcct tro making a week's vis
it with relatives in Danville.
Mr. Charles Cooper of Cleveland
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
One plain drunk pleaded gillty be
fore Mayor Perrlno Monday morning
und woh lined.
Special (llHniay nnd Rnlo of Hlley's
works during "Hlley Week", Octo
ber G, 1912, pt The Arnold Store.
MIhh Ethel McQugln or North Mul
berry streot spent Sunday with
friends in Democracy.
Detective Garlleld Shi'llengnrgor
of Columbus returned home Monday
morning nfter n short visit In Mt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank tloby nnd son,
Donald, returned Sunday from u two
days' visit with relatives at Johns
town. Mr, A. j. Kaufman and son return
ed homo in Mt. Vernon Monday
morning after having visited over
Sunday In Columbus.
There will bo n meeting of tho
Knox County Pet Stock and Poultry
Association WedneHdny evening nt
Having lost our homo by lire, wo
must sell GG head of registered Do
lalno owes and 45 head of rams.
TheBo sheep nro well bred, heavy
Hhcarors of best quality wool. Will
sell nt half prlco. Call nt Harry
Holmes, Gambler, Citizens' 'phono 98.
J. P. Walker, Woodbine farm, Gam
bler. Mrs. Uollo Harwell und son, Ralph,
left for their homo In Tippecanoe
City, Ohio, Saturday after n two
weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Prod
Mrs. Cleveland . nnd Mrs. Wllklns
left today for thotr home in Green
ville, South Carolina, nfter a vlBlt of
Hovoral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R.
tfk 'C. M. Sel'girie'd went to Cofom-
bus this afternoon on business.
Mrs. David McFarland la critically
ill at her home on Wooster avenue.
Dr. V, L. Fisher waa a business vis
itor in Utlca Monday morning.
Mr, Forman Forblng has accepted n
position at the Klnkenney cigar store
on South Main Btrect
The Ladles' Aid 8oclcty of Lib
erty Chapel will meet at tho church
Wednesday -ifternooh" at 2 o'clock.
.Mrs. Asbury Tlltorf nnd Miss Lulu
More- llted with Miss Lulu Colgln
of Danville over Sunday.
Mrs. William PInney, Columbus, Is
the house guest of Mrs. John S. King
wait mid Mr. Theodore T. Rlngwalt,
Noith Main street.
Mr. Carl Mills of Shelby, Ohio,
spent Sunday with bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Mills, of llldgowood
Mr. Herbert Hancock returned to
Newark Sundpy evening; after having
spent Sunday with friends in Mt.
There will be a meeting of the
Democracy Tcmcrancc Union nt tho
M. K. church, Democracy, on Satur
day afternoon, October 12, nt 2:30.
Mr. Walter Moore, who lias Doou
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Kllcy Moore, returned Sunday to his
home In Newton, Iowa.
Mr. Irving Forblng nnd MIbh Vir
ginia Torblug spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr. Forblng's mother,
Mrs. Jacob Forblng, of Kenton, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Agan left Sunday
for their home In Onlda, N. Y., nfter
a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Dc
bruutiuo of this city. '
Ilev. James Miller of Westchester,
Ohio, will deliver a sermon ij at the
Congregational church at Lock Mon
day evening. Kev. Miller was former
ly pastor at lock.
Ctrrlii OB By Km: duly
Knox county, received Homo honors
nt the state convention of thp W, C.
T. U. held In Lima Inst week. On
Thursday n class graduated In the
Hunt study of parliamentary law and
suveu received diplomas. Among the
number was Mrs. Thomask,Wclr and
Mrs. W. L. 'Mclntire of Mt. Vernon,
who passed with a grado for the
course of 99,
Knox county received honorable'
mention in Press work, Madison coun
ty lending Knox a close second.
With antl-oiculatlon ,
Uxtendlns far Ha reach
It may cause consternation
When nnvclota kiwi the bench.
' Younsstown Telegram.
The Professional Class.
what Is n professional politi
"One who sells his vote for money,
I KiH's."-Delrolt Prco Press
The Causa of tha Trouble.
He lot thnm dope nnd let them cut
And send him on a cruise.
H tilamoil his constitution, but
He1 never' btumed tho hoo.ee.
And Ohio University Played
A Tie Game
Athens, Oct., 7 Ohio and Kenyon
played to a tie hero Saturday, 7 to 7.
The honors were far from evenly di
vided, however, as Ohio lost the ball
live times when within striking dls
tunco of the fcoal, twico In the second
period on the' 10-yard line, on fumbles,
and three times In tho fourth period,
on tho G-yard line. Kenyon worked tho
forward pass successfully In tho first
two periods, while Ohio resorted to
straight football. Throughout and at
all times her plunging backfleld work
ed brilliantly. Her lino was weak.
Kenyon scored In the second period
and Ohio In the third.
Care of tha Churn.
Ahva.xs mchIiI and cool the. rfuiiii be
fore tiding. If (lie (.'renin Is too thiol:
thin It down with a sufficient quantity
of piiir cold Mater utilll It him been re
duced to proper ehuriilutr consistency
, Housing 8hsep.
Sheep are seldom troubled with tu
berculosis because they are naturally
fresh air cranks. It Is not necsar
to shut tlieuf up In a tight bnru to In
atiio best results. ,'
A MlStldNARV SOCIETY, f
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Tho missionary society of the First
Presbyterian church met at the home
of Mrs, Daniel McFeely Friday after
noon, Oct 4th.
Devotions were led by tho President
Mrs. Samuel McFaddon. '
8on, "Oh Whero Are the Reapers"
The district Presbytcrlal missionary
meeting will be held In Mt. Vernon,
the third week in Otober.
Program for the afternoon as fol
Chinese, Japanese and Koreans In
the United States Mrs. George S.
Rescue Work Among tho Chinese
Girls in the United States Mrs. How
Rescue of Chinese Slave Glils Miss
Solo, "He Olvcth His Beloved Sleep"
Mrs. Twylfa King Smith.
During the social hour refreshments
wore served. '
The Woman's Missionary Society of,
the First Baptist church .met Friday
afternoon, Oct. 4, at tho home of Mrs.
Scripture lesson, Isaiah i2nd chap
ter. Mrs. K. O. Arnold, leader.
Prayers Mrs. Hurley and Mrs.
Subject for the afternoon, Conserva
tion of National Ideals.
Woman's Four-Fold Ideal for Ameri
caMrs. B. O. Arnold.
Duet, "Tho Lord Is My Shepherd," by
Henry Smant Mrs. Hurley and Mrs.
Wootton, Mrs. Sanderson, pianist.
Woman's Help in Fulfillment or
Idonls Mrs. W. E., Sanderson.
Solo, "My Dear," by Ernest R. Boll
Miss Paulino Smith.
Development of Woman's Work
Mrs. Mllo MaHteller.
Sketch of Life of Miss Joanna P.
Moore Mrs. H. S. Campbell.
Piano solo, "Spring Song," Mendels
sohn Miss Helen Moore.
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Woot
ton. A St. Paul church-worker says that
tho nutomoblle has done more for sin
than any one thing. However, tho
self-starters have materially reduced
tho output of cusswords.
II r w HI
Mr. nnd Mrs. William L. Robinson
of East CheslnutBtreei, entertained
with a dinner party Saturday even
ing. Cover were laid for eight.
Mrs. Ellas McElroyof Millwood en
tertained with .a musical Sunday af
tcrnoon. Those present were Messrs.
Charles Strieker nnd Lieu Stoats of
55uck and William McDonald of How
ard. Refreshments were served.
' The mnrringo of Mr. Leonard E.
Rnw'inson of Mt. Vernon and Miss
Fnye Freeso of Martinsburg will oc
cur the latter part of thin month. The
brlrje-to-bo h tho daughter of Mr. J.
M. "Freoso of Murtlnsbnrg', while the
groom Is a well-known young man of
this city, being employed In' the me
chanical department of the Republi
can News office as a linotype opera
tor. Tho . young couple will make
their home In the 8tnulTer Flats, Mt
Wedding . 1
Mr. Stcrl C. Grown of Gambler and
Miss Cella A. PUmpbrey of Martins
burg, were united in marringo by the
Rev. J'. A. Long, pastor of the Vino
Street Church of Christ, at his home
Saturday evening. The young couple
will reside in Martinsburg.
Mr. Prank O. Klrkpatrick of Cin
cinnati and Miss Mildred' Martha
Piatt of Mt. Vernon, were united In
mnrriago at 11:30 Monday morning at
the homo of the brother of the bride,
Mr. James C. Plait, 300 East Ham
trarack street. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. W. A. Clem
mer, pastor or tho Presbyterian
church, In the presence of the Imme
diate members of the family. Pol
lowing the ceremony a wedding din
ner was given by Mr. and Mrs. James
C. Piatt in honor of tho newly-wedded
4J & V . .
couple. Mr. Klrk(MlYfcft; !., WMgr
of the industrial a'hcT power sjivWon
of the Wcstlnghouso Electric Md
Manufacturing Company, wlih head
quarters in Cincinnati Mr. as, Mrs'.
Klrkpatrick left at'l2:2G ove the
Pennsylvania Lines for Cincinnati
whero they will make their tuturu
Mr. and mTs. eter Collins of this
city have received Invitations ta the
approaching wedding of Mr. Ollyor
Flanyan and Miss Georgia Bennett,
of Pindlay. Miss Bennett la a niece
of Mr. and Mrs. Collins and is wall
known in Mt. Vernon whero she liv
ed for some years, being employed
in the office of the Mt. Vernon Tele
phono company. The woddlng will
occur at 7 a. in. on October 16, at
the Roman Catholic church at Find
lay. The young couple will live in
- PAINFUL INJURY
Sustalaei ly Mrs. Altai Kenp At
Daivllle ft Sitiriiy
Danville, Ohio, Oct. 7 Mrs. An
drew Kemp of this place foil whl.'o
walking about the house Saturday af
ternoon and was badly Injured. In
trying to check her fall she thruBt
her bands downward and as a reault
her right wrist was dislocated. Be
sides tho dislocation one of the bones
of tho wrist was fractured. A Dan
ville physician rendered surgical at
tention. . 4.
PUCE FOR YOUR SAVINGS
The Knox Savings & Loan Associa
tion offers- tho advantage of an abso
lutely safe Investment with a reason
able rate of interest and convenience
of withdrawals. ,
Deposits made before October 10th
bear interest from October 1st Put
your money lrf now and get the beat
Office N. W. Corner Main and Vino
C P. COLVILLE, Seo'y.
BANNER WANT AD8 PAY
Kggs wore once tho pivot of Jokes
Tfcey wore supposed to bo flung n( bad
actors. Today there are iiioro bad
acton than tlieio aro bad eggs.
UusldcH, uggu would bo about as ex
pensive oh American beauties to pass
tvnr tho footlights.
Kggs appear upon all menus. As n
guaural thing thuy aro partaken of
wlthor boiled, filed, poached or
.icrumblud. It depends upon the egg
whether It goes into a scrablo or an
omelet. To add Interest to tho menu,
however, ii;kh nro listed In many vnilo
thut. Eggs a la this or that am found
ou all hills of faiu, and when you oi
dor oii(i of tliemj special dispensations
tho head elief scratches his brow and
wonders how to fix thorn up, Ho takes
all the uciups of ham, cold ient, left
over iiauuii and other things of that,
nature In tlni kltchon, and applies
thnm about the eggs, planting the
concoction on hits of toast that havu
undoubtedly seen butter days.
titan urn coimued in cry winter by
winn Kontlciium who put them In cold
'xtoragu. Eggs fiom cold Hlorago aio
not very good for hatching purpoHos,
ua tho chickens Have fur limtead of
Tim ostrich egg is ery largo Mn
lmd, hut as a tablo delicacy It In not
to bo recommended, The ostilch luys
It In tho sand last year and then fioo
away with a circus and forgets It.
MOT WELL ENOUGH TO WORK
.' riousands of American girls and
1 -ersMneit aro drugging out a weary ex-
iaV-jice In stores, mills, shops and fuu-
" tarhw with dlHtroHslug weaknesses
' (kminguinonts which are sapping
tadr llfu away,
-'loch womou may dud Joy In living
t und bo rustorcd to vigorous health by
faking Lydla K. Plnkhaiu's Vegetable
' tteatpound, a woman's remedy for
' Mwaan'a Ills which has stood tho tent
EteCTRINC RAILWAY MEN
Chicago, III., Oct. 7 The American
Mectrlc Hallway Association, repro
uenting tho l.'.ICO electric railways Jn
(he United Status, holds Its annual
oe-iventlon In Chicago this week. As
fouturu of tho convention thcro
"van opened today the lurgost and
sauna Interesting exhibition of electri
cal railway equlpmont and apparatus
T nil descriptions thnt ever has been
A Ten Piece Set of "Swiss Aluminum Wear
Worth $7 With Every
PURCHASED AT THE
TO BE .GIVEN AT OUR STORE
ALL THIS WEEK
Do Not Fail to See This Range Burns Both Gas and Coal
(5 lids for Gns or 6 lids for Coal. Ch niigcs from one fuel to the other'in 3 iscc-
oikIh' timo'Got your breakfast with Gas whilo you build a coal fire or burn trash.
Heats wateivwhethor burning gas or coal without extra cost.
REDUCES THE GAS BILL A THIRD
Heats.tho kitchen in tho winter and keeps it Cool in the summer. Costs no
Made in both steel and cast iron
more than ii Good Coal .RangQ. .
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARD AT
we are giving
absolutely free -
Gas and Coal
10 pieces of that
A Culinary Expert in charge will demonstrate the range in cooking with both Gas and Coal at the same .time. Will cook and bake with Gas, will cook and bake with
Coal. Will show you the Greatest range ever bunt.
ALUMINUM WAREJiGIVEN DURING DEMONSTRATION WEEK ONLY.
Remember the da
Oct. 7 to 12
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