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TRS DIMOOftATIO BANNIft.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 6, 112.
Affilited Supt. Newirk
ivlslu 01 1. 1 0. 1 1
C V. Uurouch tins been appointed
superintendent of tho No wink divi
sion of the H. O. railroad. Mr. Oor
jsach entered tho service of the Haiti
Jesoor nnd Ohio on .Inly lf, 180S, us
train dispatcher at Newark, ()., ami
January t, 1002, wan transferred lo
TiUshuigti In the same rapacity, be
tag promoted to assistant trainmas
ter of the Pittsburgh division on the
ret day of the following year. In
Ma), 1907, ho was made ehlcf' clerk
to the (lencrni Superintendent, lit
Wttsburgh, and July tl, mil, was np
Smlnted chief clerk to the Oeiiernl
Superintendent of Transportation, at
Baltimore, becoming AsBlstnnt super
intendent of the Pittsburgh division
Jftugust 10, 1912, which postilion hn
kas held up to tho present tlnie.
if Stamps Adopted For The
Tim parcels post law enacted at tho
last session of Congress goes Into of
s?crt on January 1, 191.1. Under the
avrovlhlons of tho act ordinary pciht
Ago stamps cannot hu lined for tho
parcels post. Tho Post Olllco Depart
Kent linH therefore made nrrnpge
aaontH for thn engraving and printing
cf hpecial stnmps for tho purpose.
Tho stumps -a III be larger than tho
viriinary and I hero will bo twelve, dis
tinctive designs composing threo Hor
des. The llrnt aeries will Illustrate
sr.odern methods of transportation of
exall matter, one stamp showing tho
nail-car on a railway tniln, another
iu ocean innli 'steamship, a third an
automobile now used in the postal
service, and a fourth tho despatch of
wo 11 by neroplano. The second series
Will hIiow at work In their several
ejivlruumcnts thn four great classes
Tf postal employees: posl-oKlco
eleiks, railway mall clerks, city letter-carriers,
nnd rural free-delivery
e-Jtrrlcm, Tho third series will rep
tent four Industrial scenes, showing
the principal sources of the products
that probably will be transported ox-tf-ir'vely
by pnrcols port, Tho sixty
vhouvuud post-olllceH throiiKliout the
III lit ted States will be amply supplied
wltti tho new stamps before the law
Girted On Three New Wells
In The Wooster Field
Three new wells were started In the
Woostur oil nnd gas Held this week,
two on the Allbrlght farm and one on
tho Hock farm, says tho Wooster Dally
They will be known as Allbrlght
Wells Nos, Ti and ti nnd Itneky well
The wells now being drilled will bo
"finished In about two weeks, If drilling
oes on steadily
K ports from tho Held hbow that
the oil from the newest we)ls to (ho
rat is oven better quality limn that
from tho llrst wells completed.
OH men say this Indicates that (he
iew wells are closer to the center of
the tleld, and that the II rut -.veils are
probably right at tho edge of the big
pool from which the oil Is being drawn
In spite of the fact that seveial
rolls farther to the east proved non
producci , oil mop are coulUlent thai
the inula Held les somewhere In this
The well started on thojlocky farm,
tit in bellued, will, produce gas. Kxteu
lvc drilling to the west and southwest
Is hi be done iitnl drillers believe n
surge mipply of gas will be obtained
from thl (chilly
' The work Of drilling Is to bo kept
up slutidlly through the winter, al
though progress will not bo as rapid
a thu summer because conditions are
wuch no (o make the work dllllcult and
The Snulrrel Hunter or Ohio
t! 186:, will hold their hcmUinniitil
meeting nl Memorial Hall, Columbus,
en Wednesday, Nmeniher at 1030
a. lit for the election of olllcera. All
members are naked to bo present
Mm. Ronton Horn returned to her
-feorae on tho New Delaware road Mo'
lj morning after having bexen a pa
Itant at the Mt, Vernon Medical nnd
Rgga 32c; butter 30a
Mr. David Kwlng went to Millers
burg Monday morning on business.
lira. O. C. I-ogsdon of Danvlllo waa
a visitor In the city Monday.
Ono fourth off on all milliner?.
Ideal Millinery, fi B. High St.
Mm. Sarah Dunulck of this city en
tered tlrunt hospital, Columbus, Sat
urday evening for treatment.
Mado since 184G Ilanford's Bal
sam. Mrs. l.uella Roberts has returned
from u trip through Indiana.
Mr. Korman Korblng visited with
friends In Newark over Sunday.
Mr. 1 -enter Dutt and Minn Kthol
Dutt went to Columbus Monday morn
ing to visit with relatives.
Mr. C. K. Welch of tho Mt. Vernon
hospital went to Columbus Monday
morning to spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. 1mey of this
city visited with friends in Danvlllo
Mr. and Mrs. Thoinaa Norrlck spent
Sunday In Akron visiting with rela
tives. Miss Kllzabcth Strieker of Howwd
1 xlnltlng for several dayB with M'sa
Agnes Swlgcrt of this elty.
For sprained wrist rub on nnd rub
In Maufnrd'ri llalsam thoroughly.
Mr. Purcell Kckcnrodo of Colum
bus Is making n several dajs' visit
J Kb friends in Mt. Vernon.
Mr. H. Illmer of Dayton, Ohio, form
erly of Mt. Vernon, was n visitor In
tho city over Sunday.
Mrs. Hnttlo Olcason of Toledo, O.,
Is visiting for neveral days with
(ilendH in tho city.
JudRo nnd Mrs. John C. McClaran
of Wooster were Sunday visitors In
Ilanford's llalsam cures obstinate
Mr. end Mrs. Iiwrcnco Ilradflcld
nnd Miss Faith Krnzeo of Delaware,
Ohio, are vlsltliif; with Dr. and Mrs.
C. K. Conard.
PntroiiB of tho Mt. Vernon Tele
phone Co., dcHtrlng information con
cerning election returns, call Ktcctlon
Mm. 1,. J. Gregg of Nevada, Ohio,
r.rrived In tho city Monday to visit
fai several days with Mrs. Silas Parr
ef North (lay street.
Mr. Wallace Yearing returned to
Orivllle Monday morning after having
npeut Sunday with relatives lu Mt.
Mr. Prank Curtis of tho Navy Do
rnrtment, Washington, D. C, Is ex
i ceted hero tonight to vote nnd to
i-pcnd the day with his father, Mr.
Hcllln C. Cm Ms.
Patrons of tho Mt. Vernon Telo
I.liouo Co., deslr'ng Information con
cerning election returns, call Klectton
Mrs. Judson Harmon, wife of Cov
entor Harmon, of Columbus, spent
Saturday In the city tho guest of Mrs.
A. II, Klluger nnd daughter, Mrs. I.
S. Workman at J heir homo 102 South
A complete linn of millinery, nil ot
which is selling at one fourth o.T
Iteaveis In all colors, also velo'ira
bright llnlsh felts and velvet lues,
McGugln, Patterson lllythe, f K
Patrons of the Mt. Vernon Tele
phone Co., denlrlug Information con
cerning election returns, call Klectton
if you can't get Ilanford's llalsam
of Mynh write: tl. O. llnnford Mfg.
Co., Syracuse, N. Y, Two sUes: 6 On
Mrs. S. G. Dowds nnd son, Robert,
and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Kerr spent
Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. U. H, lllack
Mrs. Shermnn Mlshey of Kast
Chestnut street is visiting for several
days with relatives in and near .Tel
loway. Mr, Clyde Gullbert of Centerburg
visited over Sunday with Constable
Alex llumpus and daughters of Kast
Trout street, Mr. Gullbert went to
Obei Hu Monday morning to enler col
Mrs. Klliahoth llolllugshend and
Miss Crowfoot of Mishawaka, Indi
ana, are making a lslt with relatives
lu Mt Vernon
Salt lAko City, Nov, 4. Tho per
e.'rteut refusal of Lena Taylor, 13, to
mluto the Ainerlrnn Hag and recite u
rtitrlolc formula led to her HUHpen
lion from the Franklin public school.
1 1 don't want to salute any lias," said
Hie child, "but it I must, I will aaluto
the Socialist (lag, which sUndsMor
liberty and Justice."
Easily Defeated Muskingum
Kenyoti easily defeated tho Blow
Muskingum collego football team at
Gnmblir Saturday afternoon by n
titoro of t2 to 0. Muskingum made
only three llrst downs during the en
tire game while Keuyon run tho ends
tuid executed lone forward pauses ul-mo-it
at will. A larger score would
proh'.bly have resulted had Coach
MutthpWR allowed straight foot ball,
ile v as anxious, however, to experl
unit with IiIb open plays and deter
mine which of his string of plays
will be tuoAt effective In tho game
with Case next Saturday
"Furore trnnsltoria" la the latest d
fense In n murder case. It means that
the defendant Is too, crazy to be con
victed, but not crnsy enough to Ins sent
fo an Insane asylum. Milwaukee Sen
tinel. "nicctrllled" ftchoolroom and Mon
tefitorl methods may help, but proper
attention to children suffering from
weak e.rei. bud teeth nnd too little
food will help still more. iloston
Rngllsh Anns are reported to lie hir
ing American girl clerks nnd Ktetiog
rap hers, evidently our nationnl habit
of doing n thing well hnsn't yet mnrk
ed them for criticism, ns It did the
American Olympic athletes. New
Jimmy Burke, scouting for the De
troit Tigers, turned In n favorable re
port on Klrat Baseman Holko of Peo
One umpire has been found who likes
the Job. lie is O'Brien of the Ameri
can league. He says It was hard go
ing in the minors, but under Ban John
son's rule It la easy stilling, and he
finds the work delightful.
Hitting the first ball pitched In the
'first professional game he ever played
for n home run Is the record Melbourne
Stcil. an eighteen-year-old boy rande
for himself at Grand Rapids. lie had
been playing semtprofesslonal ball un
til taken on by Grand Rapids.
Bho sfnl n record with her voice
On ll lo her denr lover.
Jin sent her fftmo coukIi (imp with
The liopo tlmt ho'd recover.
RUB IT ON AND RUB IT IN
Var lame back and soreness,
sprains and strains, sore throat nnd
stiff neck, you must rub on and rub
In thoroughly Ilanford's Balsam ot
Myrrh. Remember that ono good ap
plication nt first is better than sever
al light ones. .
To avoid delay in delivery hnve
your mail addressed to street and
number, P. O. box or general delivery.
The following letters remain tin
claimed in tho Mt. Vernon postofUca:
AiUorllM'd Nov. 4, lilll!,
Brown, Max S.
Clogg. Albert S.
lames, Hugh D.
Johnson, C, S,
Norrls, Mrs. Charley
Parker, Mrs. Clyde
Price F. B.
SHUIUDAN G. DOWDS, P. M.
8HIP YARDS ON
Qulucy, Miisb., Nov, 4 Four thous
and employes of the Fore Hlvor Ship
building Company are benefitted by
tho eight-hour schedule which was
put Into effect today, The new sched
ule carries nine hours' pay for eight
hours work. Tho order was brought
about b tho recent net of Congress
compelling Government work to bo
dono u eight-hour shipyards. Tho
Fore Hlvor company has. under con
struction the battleship Neudu and
Augusta, Gn., Nov. 4--Tho eoventh
annual tnlr nt tho Georgia-Carolina
Fair Association opened in Augusln
today with Iho greatest display ot ag
ricultural products ever seen in this
section Tho oxhlbltB of live stock,
machinery and manufactures are also
above the uverago. Tho entertain
ment programme provides for n week
of horse racing and a football game
ou Thursday betweeu the University
ot Uoorgla und Glemaon College.
v t i v v l v v v i p
Mrs. Mary A. Boyle
.Mrs. Mary A. Boyle, widow of
Harry Boylo of 113 Knst Curtis street,
passed away Saturday ovenlng nt 8:4C
o'clock of paralysis. Tho deceased
Is survived by two sons and two
daughters, Mr. W. N. Boyle, Mr. Chns.
Boyle and Mrs. Charles Walter nnd
Ms. K. G. Mardls, all of this city, also
by two brothers nnd two sisters, Mr.
George Housings of West Farming
ton, O., Mr. J. K. Kinney of Chicago,
Mrs. Anna Monroe of Toledo nnd
Mrs. Van Nugent of this city. Fun
unl services nt the house Tuesday
nftcmoon nt 21,30 o'clock.
Mr. 3. L. Nasor
Mrs. S. U. Untor died nt her homo
in Danvlllo Sunday afternoon nt !
o'clock after an illness of only a few
days caused by paralysis. She was r0
years of ago and Is survived by her
liuibnnd, two daughters, Mrs. W, B.
Koblnson ot Westervllle, Ohio, nnd
?llr.s Helen Naibr of Danxlllc. Sho
lb ultio survived by one brothor and
ono sister, tho iattor being Mrs. W.
M. Brlcker of thU city.
On last Wednesday evening Mrs.
Nrzor was se'.zod with tho llrst nttaek
which was followed by a second on
Thursday morning. Sho was uncon
scious from the time of tho second
nttnek until tho third which came
Saturday evening. Prom thnf1 tlmo
i.n til her death sho grew steadily
The funeral at tho house Tuesday
afternoon nt lillrt o'clock; Rov. Hoi
let t olllclatlng. Interment in Work
niriu cemetery nt Danville.
Tho Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. B.
S. Young died Saturday afternoon nt
the homo of its grandparents just
north of- Krcdericktown. Tho
funeral nnd interment nt Forest ceme
tery In Frederiektown Monday moi
inp nt 10 o'clock.
William T. Hrt
William H. Wright of Bangs re
ceived word Monday morning of tho
death, Sunday eenlng nt Delnwnre,
of his brother-in-law, William T, Hart,
who had bee 111 for overal mon
The deceased resided at Gambler for
many years where hn engaged In the
undertaking business. He removed
to Delaware about eight years ago.
He is survived by his wife, two sons
and ono daughter.
BISHOP GARRETT 80 YEARS OLD
Dallas, Texas, Nov. 4 Rt, Rev.
Alexander C. Garrett, bishop of tho
Protestant Kplscopal dioceso of Dal
las and one of the most widely known
churchmen lu the Southwest celebrat
ed his eightieth birthday anniversary
today. Bishop Garrett wus born In
Ireland nnd received his education at
Trinity College, Dublin. Ho eiimo to
America In 1 Sfi9 nnd for ten years was
engaged In missionary work In British
Columbia. Pi lor1 to his election ns
missionary bishop of Northern Texas
In 1S74 he hiil filled rectorships In
Snu Francisco and Omaha.
1 iTm m fly v
tl ,.XM( uioir
9 Now Browns
$ New Blues
$ New Purples
w - v
Gray Matter To Feeble Mind
ei Is Proposition
Paris, November 4 That one of
tho most curious practices ot the un
dent Greek physicians, which is now
ridiculed, Is lending to what ma) be
tho incdlclno of thu future Is the glat
of a. remnrknblc address, delivered by
the well-known Roumanian physician
Dr. IscovcRCO, nt tho final sitting ot
'ho Congress of Medicine hero.
"Two thousand yenrs ago," ex
plained the doctor, "to patients sin
ferlng from nn affection of nu par
ticular organ were given tho snme
organ of an nnlmal to eat with tlio
idea of repairing tho local waslo iiud
damage. Thus cousumpthes wcte or
licied to eel sheep lungs, while for
dyspeptics was prescribed a diet in
which the Htomneh of calves ranged
oi. tho chief Item."
I At tho bottom of this crude treat
ment, which was probably mere hu
perstltlon nnd which was relvcd lu a
modified form with limited success
by Dr. Drown-Scouard In recent
years, lies, asserts the doctor, n prin
ciple of vital Importance. K.ich or
Krtn.ho states, contains it special
chemical compound, which he has
Icolaled, und which he calls lipoid.
According to thu speaker n long ser
Ictr of experiments show, beyond nil
Question, that tho lipoid of n given
oigan, when injected into n living or
gallium, goes strnlght to the same or
gnu to strengthen nnd relufoico It,
nnd the latter, after a short time, nlso
Increnses In hulk.
Spcoini Ir.portanco is attached lo
thu treatment of nuaemla by tills,
method. The old treatment with Iron,
declares Dr. Iseovcsco, waa never ab
solutely satisfactory, whllo tf n lipoid
extract ot blood corpuslcs is adminis
tered to patients tho corpuscels rapid
ly multiply nnd the nuaeml.i disap
pears. At tho conclusion of his address Dr.
Ucovcsco, who calls his new s stein
organotherapy, hinted that before
tong it might be possible to Increase
tho Intellectual power of thn feeble
minded by giving a lipoid, extract of
gray matter to tho bruin.
A MISSIONARY SOCIETY
Church of Christ
Tho Novombcr meeting of tho
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Vino street Church of Chlrt wns held
(.1 tho homo of Mrs. Jane Cassll Fri
day afteruoou. ,
Mrs. Chris Cox, ns leader of the
meeting, presented tho following pro
gram: Soug My Fnlth I.ooks up to Thoe.
The lord's Prayer repeated by tho
oclety followed by a clrclo of prnyer
led by Mrs. Casnll.
Scripture lesson by Mrs. Cox.
Song My Jesus, I Ixjvo Thee.
Tho subject for study was "Tho
Annual Offering for tho Work con
The Suits and
this store sells are the best that skill,
can make. They are made by hand,
are all wool and we can fit you in the
newest style In the best way and your
clothes will look "built for you." We
save you money on your clothes and
guarantee to please you.
Our Suits for Men
Sr Young Men
range in price from
1 0,00 to $16.50 and the famous make
of Adler's are priced from $1&00 to
We respectfully ask you to call and
ro our clothing; look our dock over
carefully; try them on and eee for
yourself what we have. You will save
money on your clothes when you buy
We Want Your Business on the Basis of Fair Treat-
"M""'M ; I I . . , I ! . 11
ment and Best Values. Everything sold is Warrant
ed to be as Bepresented or will be Replaced. : : :
GoWd Clothes Shoo
ducted by tho C. W. B. M."
Mrs. James Schacffcr road n paper
on "The Need of the Church for C. W.
B. M. Day."
Miss Rose Drake gave n. talk on
The Need of tho Clrclo for O. W. 11.
Mrs. J. B. Sellers read a story
"Thinks I to Myself."
Mrs. .1. A. Iing then gave a very
interesting report of the National
Convention nt Imlsvllle, Ky.
A ouartette composed of Mrs. Long
Mrs. WhlttltiKtoii", Mts. Hnrdesty
nnd Miss Cnt-slI sang Hint beautiful
iinthom, "Cnst Thy Bread upon the
Wnters," nfter which tho MUpa'i
benediction was repeated.
Refreshments were served during
the social hour by Mesdnnies Caavt.
Hodges, Veatch, Woolson, and Ml3i
Florence Vontch. '
CANDY SHOW OPENS
IN NEW YORK
New York, Nov. 4 A Candy Show,
tnid to bo the first exhibition ot its
kind ever held In this couutry, 'open
ed today in Madison Square Garden,
nnd wilt hold the boards there dur
ing the remainder of this week. Tho
show is under tho auspices of the or
ganized retail bakers nnd confection
ers ot New York. Tho chief object
Is to demonstrate to tho public tho
cleanliness und sanitary precautions
employed In tho manufacture of con
fectionery. In addition, the exhibi
tion shows the process In the manu-!
fncture of bakery products, Ice cream
nnd sndn water.
WOMEN OF FRANCE.
Thy Ar the Bossss Even Though the
Men Won't Admit It.
The women of France have been de-fc-rlbed
as the backbono of tbo French
tmiloti. The remark applies more to
the middle class than to the aristoc
racy. The bourgeolse. truly a helpmeet
lo her husband. Is in fact more often a '
tnanngcr nnd its a rule efficient In that
capacity. It Is she who carries on the
llttlo shop, while her husbnud. perhaps
nominally the head, runs errands at
her bidding. Not that the Frenchman
would udtnlt that; nevertheless It Is the
truth. It may be. too, that be has busi
ness Interests elsewhere as well. Thus
he may work for the railway or for
some other enterprise.
lu Parts one enters nn attractive lit
tle picture or jewelry shop ou the Rue
de Rlvoll. A smiling Frenchwoman '
comes forward to cajole the tourist Into
buying all sorts of fascinating things
bo really docs not want It Is tho same
at tho shops where are sold kodak
supplies and postcards not a man to
be seen except as 11 purchaser. .. I
If one ferrets out a Uttle hardware
store and goes In to buy rope or nails
or anything of that sort, there may be
man. the proprietor probably, to bunt
for Just what is desired, but even then j
his wife sits at the desk, guarding the
money drawer and keeping a close
wntch over all that la happening.
Likewise at the butcher's madame
sits In state at the receipt of cash.
The caso'ts the same at the grocer's,
where she gives out change and keeps
the accounts. No mere hireling Is to be
trusted wltb such weighty matters.
All customers should stop to greet the
mistress of the shop as they cntcr-and
must on no accouut forget their "Bon
Jour, mndainer on departing. These
little courtesies are among the essen
tials with the French, und If the for
eigner forgets or neglects them he fre
onnnHi'fnrvM luidlv. I.nndnn SiiectHtnr.
Hats and Caps
Men's hats 11.00 to 15.00.
Al new styles.
Boys' hats and caps from 25c to $2.
UNDERWEAR AND SWEATERS
In all colore and styles. 50c up to the
Big line of wariri
gloves. 25c to $2.50
Our Suits for Boys
It all depends on what you
want for your boys. If It Is
reliable clothing you want
that's what you get here. We
have no shoddy, cheap
clothes but can give your boy
a good suit fcr $3.00 and we
have them up to $10 00.
Norfolk! or Plain D.
for the little boys, $2 to $10
For school boys $3.00 to $10.
Raincoats $2.75, to $4.00,
Al reliable and good. ,
HI sO nr.isfv I
I News ' B
Mr. tnd Mrs. D. P. Clutter and Mi
and Mrs. A. F. Clutter of Morgan
t.cnter delightfully ontcTtatned With
, masquerade social nnd miscellan
eous shower Thursday evening lu
lienor ot Miss Aura Klllott and
Mr. Guy Clutter who are to bo uia
rled thin mouth.
The houso was decorated suitably
for the occasion, autumn leaves, fod
der, red and white crepe paper, and
red "and white hearts, being used it.
I refusion. '
About forty were preseut most of
them mnsqucd beyond recognition.
The voting couple received many
beautiful and useful presents for
which they were very grateful.
Refreshments were served and red
i.rd white hearts, tied with ribbon of
U10 game colors wero given ns fa
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barton enter
tained thirty-five of their relatives
and close friends nt their homo west
of Mt. Vernon nt dinner Sunday In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bar
ton. Among thoso present wero Dr
3iid Mrs. II. W. Blair and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Moore nnd family,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bonlcu nnd family
ot Mt. Vernon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas.
Barton 'of Carey and Mrs. I. U Kriug
Mr. Karnest Adolph Gossens nnd
Miss Nellie Tosher were united In
marriage Monday afternoon by Jus
tice of tile Peace John W. Perkins
The young people are both of Mt
TAKING NO CHANCES
Wolgast Meets Joe Mandot at New
New York, Nov. 4. Ad WoliasL
world's lightweight champion, will
take no chances of losing his title
when hn meets Joe Mandot In the hall
park at New Orleans tonight. Wol
gast has dictated his own terms, with
the result that the bout will be limit
ed to 10 rounds Instead of 20, and
there will be no decision, although
the champion refused to box ualest
Ed Smith of Chicago was accepted r
Mandot as referee. The only way
that Wolgast can lose the champion
ship, therefore. Is by a knockout
"Does j out ciinu always do what yon
tell hiin to do?" "Ue cither does, or
explains tii dctalr-how absurd my re
quest Is, and why he cannot, comply.
The sea has its yachts.
Through the waves to splash;
The air has Its ships.
Through tho clouds to dash;
Thn earth has Its nutoe
To stir up tho dutt:
1 have my two Ires.
And um them I inuat.
$1.00 to $5.00
104 South Main Street
Mt Vernon, O.
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