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PRIAY, JAUAP.Y 24, 11S,
January's Final Reductions
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
rRANK HARPER, KiNs
For the final week of our Clearance Sale we offer the following
items at extremely low prices. Excepting ginghams the lots are not
large, but the merchandise is in each case, reliable and trustworthy.
:ABtar4l at tta Mt Xtnm, On feat-
M flte0B4l 14 AMI UMT.
rfetlo Rat SUM par year.
ftaaalutlona of Retptet, Oblttiariaa and
Carts of Thanks, flvt esnU per Una.
-w i ,
I t ,V
Eggs 20c; butter 30
Mrs. Elmer Williams of Brandon la
Severely ill with tonsllltls.
Mr. Fred A. Place of Akron Is vIb
tiling for a few days with relatives
in Mt Vernon.
Mr. D. A. Upborn was a buslnoes
-visitor In Columbus Thursday even
Ins. Mr. Harry Leach went to Columbus
Thursday morning to make a short
Mrs. Biggs of Gambler visited with
Postmaster and Mrs. S. O. Dowds
Wednesday evening and attended tho
oratorio at tne Presbyterian church.
Miss Lorono Canning wont to Col
tirabua Thursday morntng to spend
a week with her sister, Mm. Ilolph
WANTED Energetic young man
with some experience In housofurnlsh
Ings to tako position In Ilascmont
"dept., Dowds' Dry Goods Co.
Mlsn Maudo McDado, n nurse at
'the Mt. Vernon hospital, loft Wedncs.
day sftornoon for her homo, In Ver
ona, Pa., to make n several weeks' vis.
Mrs. Pearl Ouborn of North liar
rlswi street, upon whom Drs, Dooley
performed an operation at tho Modi
cnl and Surgical Sanitarium last
tweok, was removed to her homo Wed
Mrs. Doll Mattcson of Akron ban
returned to lior home after a visit
with her sister, Mrs. Mflos J. Fish,
'Of this city.
Mrs. William II. Campbell of Hart-
'ford City, Indiana, Is visiting for sov-
r feral days with Mrs. Justin K. Devalon
nr South Vernon. .
Mr. L. O. Mayer wont to Centerburg
"Thursday morning to attend a moot
ing of tho directors of tho Central
'Ohio Telephone Co.
Mt Vornon Lodge No. 20 1. O. O. V.
conferred tho sccoiu degree on two
10 Pieces Good Style
1 12 l-2c Ginghams
! 7 1-2 yd.
20 Pieces Good
$1.00 Underwear I
: Men's Gray Wool Shirts!
I ' 10c Crash
AT BINGWALT'S i
I Wool Sweaters
I 50 Off
I Our Entire
:25c Vests and Pants
Siies 4 and 5
$1.50 to $2 Kimonasi
Flannelette In Good
J $1.25 to $2 Waists
Sets and Separate
".a I IHIHMHHIIHMIHIMIHHHmni
The Artie With An Ocean
Man Thinks He Has Plan To
Now York, Jan. 23 Carroll L. Hiker
has a Hchomo to construct ajo ty
has a scheme to construct a jetty 200
miles long across the Grand Itnnlc of
Now Koundland, to dam the Labrador
current and to dlvurt tho stroam In
two more ut their regular meeting
Wednesday evening. Twenty llvo
iiiemboni will go to Columbus tho
29th whero one local candidate will
recelvo tho llrst degree.
Still buying highest prices In the
Htuto for furs, hides and pelts. Bkuuks
94.no. Other goods full propoillon.
Crushed rock ami barrel suit In cwt.
cr ton lotB sullnhlo for Ice cream
trade, etc. City scaled for weighing
liuy. t;rnln niul htock. V. I'. Hawol,
-tut Sotitli Main street.
.Mr Oliver Htnlth of Cuiulwrland,
Md., Mr. Sinclair I, Hriillh, of Troy,
O., Mrs. Lucy Clark, of Hartford, O,,
Mr. I). O. Smith, of Sp.utn, 0., Mr.
nd Mrs. Harold Cunningham, of
Limn, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs, I'ltt Htrublo,
of Chratprvlllo, 0 Mr and Mm. Hays
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C, II. Hyatt, of
Krodcricktown, O., and Mr. Philip
Tarr, of Akron, ()., wlo were called
liere 16 attend tho funeral or tho litto
(!. U. Smith, liuxi all returned to their
Ont raiaa on all watch repairing.
Mala spring 75c; cleaning 7tc; crys
tals 16o; Jewels, 26c to 76c. Work
gaariBteed 1 rear. Oweas, comer
Mala aaa Qambler streets up italra.
NEW HONOR FOR
cniidldatos and the third degreo on such a way as lo causo climatic chang
es which would eliminate Icoborgs and
fogs from tho north Atlantic const. He
nays his proposal has received tho In
dorsement of many of tho most promt
nnnt scientists and eiiKlneois In this
country and that Uoprusoutatlvo Cnl
dor had promised to lnttoduco a bill
In cniiKross for tho aplnoprlatlou of
sulllclent funds for a thorough investt
cation of his plan
lllkor, whoso reputation us a skilled
engineer is known to the United
States army, wns especially proud ot
the fuct tat Lewis Nixon had consid
ered tho projoct favorably, and had
tho subject lutiodiired at tho lust
meeting of tho Now Yoik board ot
trade and tiausportntlon..
John Oraily, in ciiiuko of the hy
drogiaphlo olllco, also ha Intimated
tils belief In tho scheme.
An asplmltum covin oil cable of suf
llclent weight to keep It beneath tho
water and yet light enough to prevent
It sinking in the sand Is planned to
bo stretched from Cnpo Haco across
the Grand Hank for n distance of 200
miles. Hiker Is convinced that such
a cable would offer sulllclent resist
ance to tho sand that Is borno from
tho north by the Labrador current to
Induce a deposit that gradually would
build up a natural sand bar. As tho
deposit Increases In height tho cablo
would rlso at the samo late until the
surface of tho ocean was reached. Tho
overage depth ot water across tho
Qraud Hank Is 23S feet and the maxi
mum Is not more than 000 feet.
"Tho constiuctlon of such a petty
or peninsula would prevent tho meet
ing of the gulf stream with the IaiI)-
rndor current, as the letters south
ward progress would be obstructed,
and the Icy stream would lose Its ldeu
lily In midocean," said Hiker. "Throo
thousand separate Investigations uud
tests by tho United States government
provo tho heat conveyed northward by
tho gulf stream to bo greater than
could bo producod by the burning of
absorbed by the colder current, means
that Iceland, Orccnlnnd, England and
tho countries of northern Europe
would bo warmer, as woll as Canada
and our own country. Fogs would bo
of raro occurrence, icebergs would
nover reach tho ocean lanes, sand
would not bo brought down to till Now
York harbor, and there would bo moro
molsturo to aid agriculture. At pres
ent Wo have an easterly wind prevail
ing a quarter of tho time, produced by
tho warm air drawn up from tho gulf
stream and the cold stream of water
passing Inside along the coast. The
effect of the proposed dam would be to
glvo an almost perpetual westerly
wind after the elimination of the I.n
Rlker said channels would bo left at
certain points for navigation, and
that tho Oulf ot St. Iavronco and tho
rlvor would bo freed from Ico by tho
new natural conditions. Ho added that
tho cost of tho work would not bo
more than $10,000,000, and should bo
borno by tho United Stntcs, Great
rirltaln, Oeumntk, Norway, Sweden,
Hussla. Holland, Germany and France.
Class Unusual Mentality With
Freaks And Imbeciles
Think Majority Of Criminals
Are Such Because Of Idiocy
New York, Jan. 23 Thomas A.
Kdlsoo, the famous Inventor, was to
day formally presented with the Hath
cnau medal by the American Museum
of Safety. The medal Is a replica of
tho original, which was presented by
tho Kmperor of Gurmuuy to Dr. 10m 1 1
Ratbeuau. The award of the honor
to Mr. Kdlson wns made In recogni
tion of his Invention of a storago bat
tery device which reduces danger to
life and health of workers employed
In mlns, tunnels? submarino boats,
factories and other places whero ex
plosives gases generate.
FOX RIVER POUL.TRV SHOW
AwU'jou, Wit., Jan. 2:1 -One of the
of the annual exhibitions given
my tho Fox lllvor Poultry ant Pot
Stock association was opened here to
"day' mid will be continued until Uio
ad of the keek. Many prise winulng
2,000,000 tons of coal every minute. Of
thin heat more ttnu half, probably
threo-quartors, Is absoibed by tho Ico
cold. south-flowliiB Labrador current,
Is haying a rofi Iterating capacity suf
llclent to freeze 2,000,000 tons of iro
every second, Tho provontlon of the
two currents meeting would Insure an
fbwl and spoclmens of pot stock from , Icoless Arctic and a cooler Moxlco
various parts of Wisconsin and tho gulf and tho Carrlbcan sea with re-
algRboring States are included Ui the otiUant benefits to thu northuiu hemlK
1 "Tho couno of tho gulf stream be
J Jng uulropodud, and Us u,ent not being
V , ' ANMER WANT AD FAY.
Tongue In Jelly
Doll ami skin either a fresh or suit
tongue,. When cold trim off tho toots.
Huvo ono uud ono-fouith iimuts of as
pic Jelly In tho llipild state. Cover tho
bottom of a two-utmrt mold nboitt an
Inch ill oil ami let It harden. With a
fancy egotnblo cutter cut out leaves
from cooked beets and gatuluh thu
bottom of tho mold with them, Gent
ly pour In throo tnblespoous of Jolly
to set tho vegetables,. When this
is haul add Jelly enough to cover the
vegetables and lot tho whole get very
hard. Thou put In tho tongue and
about half a cup of Jelly, which should
bo allowed to harden nnd so keep tho
moat In place when the remainder Is
added. Pour in the lemalnder and
set away to harden. ToxBorvo, dip the
mold for a, few minutes in a pan of
warm water, and then gently turn on
a dish. Garnish with pickles and pars
ley. Pickled beet Is especially nice.
Hard Sugar Sploebread
Uso bne cup ot butter, two cups
powdered sugar. Dcat to a cream, add
one egg, (Ivo cups of our, Ave table
spoons sweet milk, one halt teaspoon
soda dissolved In a little hot wator,
one tablespoon rose water, ono half of
a grated nutmeg and ono teaspoon cin
namon. Roll thin and bake on tin
shoots. Mix granulated sugar and a
llttlo cinnamon and sprinkle over the
whole. Roll with a crlnklod roller.
Chicago Inter Ocean..
Very Dark Puddings
Tako ono halt of a pound ot brown
(lour, one half or n pound of dark
tieuclo, six ounces of suet, ono quarter
of n pound of currnnts, ono halt of a
pound of sultanas, ono quarter ot a
pound of brown sugar, ono half ot an
ouuco ot crushed cloves, throo table
spoonfuls of black currant Jolly and
four well beaten eggs, quarter of a
teuspooutul of enrbonato ot soda dis
solved In ono gill of milk. Now mix
quickly, Put Into, a well gi eased basin,
cover with a groused papqr, and stonm
for troo hours,
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BANNER WANT ADS PAY
New Iluvpn, Ct., J,a,n. 2.'l Cranks,
goniuses and fibuks are types of the
feobliMiilntled, displaying tho same
psychology, acco'rdlng to Prof. Arnold
L. Gosacll of Yalo university. Prof.
Gessell advanced this opinion In n
talk on fecble-mluilcdnoss at tho men
tal hygiene confereuco nnd maintain
dd that It Is often difficult to distin
guish between actual Idocy and genius
ot ouo type or other,
To lllustrntu this particular point In
his lecture, Prof. Gessoll thiow upon
tho scroeii the plittiro of a patient In
nn English asylum, who had perfected
a most reniarknble huud-cnrvod bat
tleship finished In thu minutest1 detail.
This man, however, was so dcstltuto
of mentality that outsldo of an Institu
tion ho would huo been a dangerous
Dr. Gossell Is illicctor of thq juven
ile clinic established at tho Yale modi
cnl school for the mental examination
of children nnd the oducatlouaj nueds
of spcclnl children. Ho llrst discussed
the little known picvalence ot feeble
mindedness. He cited tho results of
a recent survey ot ono generation of
families (1880-t'J.r.!) in a vlllago of
1,000 Inhabitants. Slxteon per cont ot
thoHe families provud to have one or
moro feohlo-miudeil members, nnd 10
por cont. had Insanity. Those figures
represent only one vlllago, but this
vlllago was not of the Isolated or do
Foeble-mludedncss, the professor de
clared, Is a constitutional and Irromlal
mental Incompetence dating from birth
or early Infaney. The individual raro
ly has the Intelligence of a 12-year-old
child and vtry often remains arrested
at tho Intellectual luvelot the primary
Dr. GoBsell discussed tho present
methods of determining the levels of
mental development and ot dcldlng
whether tho retardation Is curable.
"The idiot," ho said, "is one who
has an Intelligence less than that ot
a 3-year-old baby. The mental age
of tho Imbocllo range from the nur
sery age of 3 to urat-reader age of 7
or 8. Tho psychological age of the
moron is from 8 to 18 years. Idiots
and lmboclles aro likely to show their
detects by outward'' physical oar
marks." Tho lecturo made a special point ct
the' fact that tho moron, whether girl
or boy, very ofton Is Indistinguishable
from a normal Individual, being of
attractive, sometimes even wlusome
and comely appearance. "Those like
able high-ggrado morons-' ho said, "are
of oapoclnl monaco to the community.
Tho school trios to eaye them by
moiiua ot thu throo t'sj Wlotv ajid
employ oi a of laborVry,tQ trilerato
them or remako them In various ways.
Thcso morons make the misfits of so
cial life. Thoy have not tho mentali
ty to conduct their affairs with or
dinary prudence. They aro unable to
becomo self-supporting, self-controlling
citizens. From them aro recruit
ed paupers, Industrial Inemclents,
criminals, prostitutes and alcoholics.
Probably 25 per cent of the criminals
are feebleminded, which Is to say,
that they are not criminal at all. ,
"Segregation means the couquost ot
this social nnd racial menace. The
chief factors In tho production of feo-ble-mlndedness
are hereditary. The
tlrst step In this segregation Is early
recognition of tho children In the pub
lic schools, establishment of special
classes for tholr training for simple
vocational work and pormancnt cus
tody and supervision."
EXECUTION IN VERMONT
DELINQUENT TAX SALE
Tho lands, lotB anil pailH of lot returned delinquent by the troaxurcr of Knox
counts, with tuxna and penult)' ehuiKt'd thereon, ugreeuble to law, are contained and
iH'hci Iheil In tlm following list, viz:
OwneiM' Names ttellnquent
What Part of Lot, Section
ft. T. Qr. or Hurvoy. Sub. No. .Acres Value Tux
Win. HliiKunlt is v, i pt. Pocatlon 8
. COLLEGE TOWNSHIP
(iikIHu Walker 12 S 1 N. Pt. 40 3
in Gambler N. W. Cor. Out Lot 8
.,,,.,, . , ., Gambler 8. of Cemetery on Collcee
VMLu'","on Association Gambler Pt. Out lot 30 .33
J. Townsend ituxsell , Plerc Pt. In lot 1
Gambler Pt. Out lot 33 .80
.. . . CLINTON TOWNSHIP
Miutliu Clmrskadden 13 6 3 N. W. Pt. 9 60.
Chambers Window QIuhh Co.
Windsor, Vt., Jan, 23 Preparations
have been completed by tho author
ities or the State prison here tor the
execution tomonow of Arthur Ilos
woith, wno was convicted at Hurling
ton of first degree murder In the kill
ing of Miss May Labell, a depot wait
res.i nt Knsox Junction. Tho mm tier
occurred on Juno 7, 1011, and was
cnused, according to the eOdence, by
tho letlm'H repulsing Dosworth's at
tentions. Until tho State supremo
court and tho house of represonta.
tlvcs have declined to commute tho
COMPANY STORE SY8-
TEM UNDER FIRE
Pittsburgh, Pa., Jun. 23 In both
labor and Industrial circles much In
terest Is manifested In the hearing
which will bo begun tomorrow In the
quo warranto proceedings stnriou uy
Alexander P. MooYe aud others
against the company store operated
by tho Jones nnd Luughlln Steel Com
pany. Tho action marks the begin
ning of a crusade for the abolition ot
tho system of company stores operat
ed generally by mills, mines and fac
tories throughout Pennsylvania. Tho
promoters of the movement to abol
ish the company stores declare that
the system robs the worklugmen and
koops their families In poverty.
TO STUDY THE PHILIPPINES
..13 S 1
MariK. Rush ,...n 4
llorliert W. Smith Kt-nmoru
Thomas Drown Tulrviow
Lola L. KuBtcrbrook Kulrvlow
, , , . .. ....fFalnlcw
Lnilorf A. II.. :..Knlrvlow
Ullucrt Parnell ,., Kulrvlew
J. U. Hoymour Fiilrt lew
Krank C. Waddell Kalrvlow
inmi u. rimi ,
W. V. Wonderly
John (I. Tlsh ....
15. 1". Whltconib.,
U. i:. Ilei'iiey .....
K. P. Wbltcomli .,
H. C. Iliirinon,..,
C. 11. Alsop ot ill.
lliiiiim A I son ....
l W. Krlng
Itoynolds P. Davis
K. Pt. 15
8. W. Pt. Mt. Ver'
N. K. Side 2
N. IS. Pt. 11
..Dolmont I.ots til and 62
Dolmont, lx)t 8
.Ki-lloy IsntB 12 & 13 Hlook
..vernnndnlo Lot 16 Ulock "C"
Vciuonvliiw Lot VX Jllock "H" v
.Vurnonvlew' Lot 8-A, 7-1' & 10-C
VornouvlOW 3-4 Of Lot 3.1-Hlock G
....Updi-Binrf Lots R,r.-TflJ7-3S-a-rvS-r.'J-C7"S
....lIpdcKraft Lots 40-41-4J
iipnt-Kran- Lot 71
San Oanclsco, Cal., Jan. 23 Bish
op Fallows or Chicago, widely known
for his leadership in many public
tnovoments, callod today for Manila
to raako an inquiry at first hand of
tho problem of selMgovernment In
tho Philippines. He intends to spend
three months In studying tho educa
tional, sociological, religious and po
litical conditions In the islands.
To three ounces ot suet add ono halt
ot a pound ot fine bread crumbs, one
half of a pound currants, one lutlf ot
a pound ot chopped raisins, quarter of
a pound ot Madeira cako crumbs, three
ounces of castor sugar, one teaspoon-
ful baking powder, and four eggs, n6t
hoaten. Add a little splco, and moisten
with lomon Juico. Serve in to butter
ed basin In which It has been steamed
for throe hours. Toronto Mall and
Express, fl '
Pt. 42 loss
S. ft of 1! & TO ,
Holing ,....11 7 3 W. Pt. 7 2.1.71
, , HOWARD VILLAGI5
15. T. Illakn , , H 7 4V, of Pi. ,1-li
Mono 1 1 umbel I , O. P.Lot 22 ,
Lvdlu 15. McOuIro 15 5 3 W, Pt. 3C
Claienco 15. Diiy....i O. P. 1-2 W. 1-2 S. W.
l.l ,15 5 4 Pt. 10 ,
JACKSON TOWNSHIP '
A. L. Glbbs , , 10 5 II Pt. S. 15, N. K.
A. 1.. Gllibs ..I j, 10 5 20 S. 15. Pt. N. 15.
A. L. Glbbs 10 5 11 S. 10. Pt. S. R
A. L. Glbbs 10 5 11 S. K. N. K.
Joseph Dunu....t 10 8 10 Cont. Pt. N. 15.
W. J, Mlrkloy ,10 8 11 8. K. N. W.
PalsoiuiKe Wesley Methodist.,,. ...Greer Lot 18
JonIiiiii Pllxzell 14 it 1 S. K. Pt. 6
.....14 6 3 Pt, Cent. Pt. 6
M4 tf 1 W, Pt. 20
U' A. Huutor , 13 5 3 N. W. Pt. 24 50.
Joseph Perkins , It 6 6 W, Pt. S. W. 47. '
Harvey O, Carr.i Waterford Lots 17 and 18
Ucoi-kh Kulb it..;, i 1 18 3 S. Cent. N. W. & N. Cent.
Sarah A. Purdy ,. Waterford Parcel
....,...,7.Waterford Lot 11
Elijah Holing 12 7 4 M. Pt. 5
Jacob II. Manner 12 7 4 N. R. Pt. 5 & Mill
Jacob II. Harmer ,...12 7 4 8. Pt. 6
John R. Seymour ,.t.12 7 4 N. E. Pt. 39
John R. Se)tnour 12 7 4 K. Pt. 38
15. C. Penn .i.,.-, ..Oaklund T. Lota 7-4-53
J, II. Poote i , ,..,..13 7 2 Pt. N, Pt 2
Ollvo 15. Williamson 12 8 2t K. Pt. N. W.
r DANVILLE CORPORATION
B, B. ft a. T. Kdwards 10 7 4 Cent. Pt. 8. W. 1.84
James Cotton ... 8PP B. Pt. 13 and It
Klvu L. Ioncy.,1, , 14 7 S N. Pt. 1 170.
Darling: ,..,.....14 7 1 Pt.N.Pt. 1 2.10
Foundry uo ..rooie m um ia
MT. VKRNON-Flrst Ward v.
........ ...,....U. p. V. l-z of 28
Samuel Stlnemate ..Thomas Lot 475
Harley K. and Kllittbeth 8harp.,8lierwood Lot 9 v
Stewart J. WrlRlit Hrnwell Lot 9 ."
SECOND WARD -.
Anna 8. L shtfoot . ? Pis. Lots. lif 187
J, U. Koote
, N. 8.
Phillip ft Aurllla Johnson... ........Koona
Kdna K. Lucas ;,.,,1,.,1.,.Ilnnotm
Mary P, Stephens.
Vt of 188
187 ft X 1-3 of ltd
K. of 187
Lot 18 . .
H. 1-3 of 13 ' '
Lots 27 and 28 j
Lot 6 and 8 ft. off S
iUttle aieeson ..r , .-as i i-otw. of w. p, Hough, except
Flcanor Hunt j....Trlmuio Lots ,412 and 413
Ni'lllo Mullinue..,.., C. G. I'ulk Lot 95
JoliSi ! II Soymour::;::::,:.. Trimble 8. 1-3 of 409 Ex. 9 ft.
.Chest. G. Sub. D3J4 ft. N. Side 13
Chest, a. Sub. Lot 14
And notice 1h hereby ehen thni tho whole of snob several tracts, lots or parts of
lots, or so much theieof us may be necessary to pay tho taxes and penalty chatsed
thereon, will be sold by tho county ti usurer at tho court houso In such county on
the second Tuesday of February. Ima. unless the 'taxes and penalty nro nalil bcfoi
that time, and that the aale will bo continued from day to day, until the several
tioi'ts. lots unit bulls of lot: have been sold or ottered lor sale.
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