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TH1 DWOOKATld JBAXVH.
FRIDAY, JANUARY St, IMS.
THERE IS NOTHING eaaal to Chamberlain' sTak-
lets for constipation. When the proper dose
is taken their action is to agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it it the effect
of a medicine. These tablets possess tonk proper'
Hot that aid in establishing a natural and regular
action of the bowels. Chamberlain's Tablets hose
cared many eases of chronk constipation.
WETS AND DOTS SPEAK
ON LICENSE LAW
Columbus, O., Jan. 29. Before
crowded galleries, member of the
eaeral assembly and the Joint com
anKtee on temperance and liquor
treJSc, wet and drya hurled their
shafts at each other in the die-
a of the proposed liquor 11-
Spanking ia the Interest of the pro-
lasure initiated by the vela
Oeagressroaa-elect Warren Qard
Skip li Wtrli Soon To Be
li N. Y. Harbor
He .perator Is 900 Feet
"Merlin, Jan. 29 Within less than
Hm months the largest and most
wonderful ship In the world will make
har aaaeareace In Now York hnrbor.
The Hamburg-American Company'
ew llaer Imperator will sail on her
Arat trip from Hamburg on Wednes
day, May 7,and should nrrlve at the
"""American seaport ono week later.
vVbile nothing seems to be impos
athte with shipbuilders, there aro many
aeli enough to prophesy that, bo fur
aiie and luxury aro concerned, the
Jasswralor will be the last word. In the
teaming of merchant ships. In both
and size tho now vessel mir
th e giant Olympic of tho White
Star llne and her Ill-fated sister ship,
The Imporntor linn n length of 900
feet and when complete- und fully Hid-
will displace 50,000 ton. The term
"floating hotel," often uppllcd to such
wMw when If In desired to umphnttlze
their bulk, would convey, In the chbo
the Imperotor, an ItiiproHHlon fnr
short of the truth. Tho combined ca
pacity of tho largest three hotels In
Now York scursoly exceeds 4,000
tweets, whllo tho Imperator will carry
5,ev pasuongerH und will hao nearly
l,)ia persons in hur crew.
tier deck will hnvo the henni of
Broadway at Its wldoBt part -90 feet.
She will havo cloven deokM above tho
water tine, equal to tho height of many
the largest upartmont' houses.
Walk so. much space avnlluble fea
learns are poHsiblo that have never be
9eee been Introduced.
The suites and cabins nro to be"Th
'their design and lUtlngs equal to the
in the finest hotels in Kurope
Aaaerlca, and families will bo able
reea the Atlantic In almost the
aaeaw privacy as In their own home.
There are to be many dining rooms,
principal one which will be In the
XVI. style and will seat more
other luxuries the Imperator
fitted with three electric ele-
a winter garden, summer
,a theatre gymnasium, Rita
letoaheaes, swimming bath and ten
aria court. Tho Hwimmlng bath Is a
f one unearthed at Pompeii,
aaesalc pavements, replicas of
wcovered at Treves.
Aeoordlng to the announcement of
aha Haaiburg-Amerlcan Company the
venae! will lusure her passengers
V aieatfa&at thn inrrnra nt UAnalpkiinHtt
i . happy condition In to bo brought
''fM-j1 " ,,y "10 Inatnllatlon of tho Kralin
"V .9( W WO "UIUU UltJ IMUHBUJI, U IIUVIL'U
' ,Al-t-7MMil. muvvi ilia IUUI1UII Ml H nilli IU
i : ' -Vthe minimum,
,, ('' J The Imperator will not be i fast
, uiiiB uuiu luura iui vuiiu iuiii-
than great speed, Her time across
AUaniie will be in the neighbor-
,r mm. pt sevea days. She will, be eaulp
; .Mat, with, later! eombwtkm'eticiaei
'if. l '
of Hamilton, auceeaaor to Governor
Cox. and A. Julius Freiberg of Cincin
nati, attorney for the National Liquor
Dealers' association. Those who pre
sented dry arguments were Professor
W. P. Dunsmore of Western Reserve
university, Judge John Winn of Defi
ance, Mrs. Florence Richards of Lelp-
sic, president or the W. 0. T. U.
Wayne D. Wheeler.
and two 1,000 horsepower Diesel mo
tors, and will uae oil as fuel.
The most powerful Marconi ap
paratus evor set up at sea will bo
Installed, tho unusual height of her
masts making Is possible to receive
or transmit messages across the
broad expanse of tho Atlantic ocean.
It la expocted that the Imperator will
always be In direct communication
with cither ISurope or America,
GLITTER Or GOLD LACE
New York, Jan, 29 The imagination
falters when it attempts to foretell
the granduer and magniOcenco of
gold lace, multi-colored uniform and
bubbling spirits which will bo seen
at theelghty-seventh anniversary ball
of New York's famous Old Guard In
Madison Hquore Garden tomorrow
night. The Interior of the Garden is
being transformed tor the occasion in
to a scene resembling nn army camp.
All the arena boxes aro to bo floored
over and rows of touts erected upon
the platforms so formed. Some of
these tonts are reserved for the gov
ernors or States and their military
staffs, others for the commanding of
ficers of tho visiting military bodlos.
.Many famdus military organlzn.
tloiis are sending delegations to at
tend tho function, Among those that
will bo represented by delegations of
odours In rich and brilliant uniforms
will be Qi Putnam Phalanx of Hart
ford, the Ancient and Honorable Ar
tillery of Boston, tho Governor's Poor
Utiuids of New Haven, the Worcester
Continentals, tho Mlnuto Men of
Washington, the Richmond Uluos of
Richmond, Vn the Providence Ught
Infantry, the State Fenclbles of Phila
delphia, and the Second Heavy Ilrl
gado Canadian Garrison Artillery of
"YOUNG JOHN D"
NO LONGER YOUNG
New York, Jan. 29 John D. Rocko
refer, Jr., only son or the Standard
Oil magnate and prospective heir to
the bulk of the colossal fortune pos
sessed by his father entored upon his
fortieth year today, having been bwn,
on January 29, 1874, in tho family
home in Ulnvoland. Mr. Rockefoller
was murrled In 1901 to Miss Abby
Ahlrlch, daughter or tho Rhode !b
larid Senator. The couplo have Ave
chlldron, rour or whom are boy p.
Messrs.. F. U, Dennett, John Stone
brook, George Doup and Herbert
Bpungler went to Columbus Wedaa
day morning to be present at meet
ing of the Columbus Odd Fellows. A,
number of Mt. Vernon candidates
will be Initiated. ,
Mrs. J, C. B. Bckstorm, wife or
Jack Kckstornii former coach at Den
Ison and Kenyon colleges Ib serious
ly 111 at a Columbua hospital, Mrs,
r'ekstorm was formerly Miss Grace
Youso of this city and Is well known
to Newark pooplo. Newark Ad oca to.
MrsJoltn Stoner and daughter
Loonii of Mt. Vernon, 0 Mrs. J. J,
Ranklns of Rloomlngton, HI., ami Mrs,
A. L. Ulgbee or Fredorlcktown, Oblo,
bavo returned to tholr homes after it
pleasant visit aa guests of Mrs, R. C,
Vehaer of South Bueaa Visu street
and Mrs. 0, R. hire of Dewey avenue.
VffM Mtv 90 090 009 OU9 UGm U99 U9U www I' Jt Ji
Miss Rose Davison was seat as a
delegate to the great Anti-Alcohol con
vention held at Columbus on Monday
and Tuesday of this week. She repre
sents the Frederlcktown W. C. T. U.
Mrs. H. D. iArlmore visited her sis
tera in Columbus the past week.
Mr. Dale Atkinson slipped and
sprained his ankle the past Week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Barre visited
with their daughter, Mrs, Clarence
Emerson at Columbus the past week.
Mrs. Charles Haycock entertained
Mtss Gladys Marshall of Mllford, the
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vail entertained
Dr. i:. P. mien, or Now Mexico, the
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Cuenot, or this
place, visited with the former's par-
enis at Danville over Sunday.
The Purity department of the W. C.
T. U. will hold a meeting at the Dap-
tlst church Sunday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock. Will be addressed by Miss
Roe Davison and Miss Lizzie McCon
nell. Rccltatlonby Miss Welthy Keck
subject "Womanhood." All women and
girls ocr the age of twelve are ear
nestly Invited; to attend. This Is a
very Important meeting and none
should miss it.
A unique entertainment will bo giv
en by tho W. C. T. U. at the Method
1st church next Friday evening. The
program will represent the work of
this organization -all over the 'world.
Tho ladles will appaer in costume
representing the different nations of
the world, each one telling about the
work done in the country which she
represents. There will also be recita
tions, music and a playlet that will be
especially amusing and instructive.
Tho entertainment will begin at 7:00
o'clock and an admission will be
Mrs. Auna Raroey visited with
friends in Columbus the past week.
Mhs Alice Weston entertained hor
sister, Mrs. Amy Chandler or Colum
bus, and Mrs. Anlce White, or Crest
line the past week.
Miss Anna Castner visited at the
home or Prof. S. H. Maharry at Wells
ton, tho past week.
711ms Mattlo Burns visited with
friends In Columbus the past week.
Messrs. J. Crouch and son havo op
ened a business place In tho( building
recently vacated by the Ames Harness
store, where they will engage In hand
ling high grado horses.
The fnnoral or Mr. W. H, Duke, who
died Thursday evening or last week,
was held on Sunday, the Masonic and
Odd Fellows orders attending In a
body. Mr. Duke was ono or the best
known business men or this place and
was 04 years old at tho time or his
death. For yeais he has been em
ployed In tho business or monument
dealer and stone mason, and his work
as such brought on what Is known
as stone cutter tuberculosis which
was tho immedlato cause of bis death.
He leaves a wife and rour children,
Mr. 1,. .lay Duke, tho new deputy pro
bate Judge at Mt. Vernon, Mrs, Her
bort Gordon and Mrs. Clayton Faulk,
or Mt. Vernon, and Mr. Ralph Duke,
now uf Mansllold, Two brothers al
so mil vivo. Mr. Duke was a consist
out member of the Methodist church
for a mimbor of jears, also a mem
ber of tho above orders which honor
ed Mm nt his death. Frederlcktowit
loses a allied citizen und business
man, making a void that cannot be
tilled. The family have the heaitfclt
sympathy or tho entire community.-
Mis. .Sara Wcscolt, or Mt. Vernon
visited with hur daughter, Mrs, K, J,
lilackhuru u couplo of days tho past
Mr, and Mis. Slyvanus Smith, or
Chestorvllle, Morgan County, Ohio, on
tho'r return from a visit with n son
in Koche'le, Texas, visited with
their son. Mr. A. T. Smlthi In Fred
ericktown. Mr. Foy Herendeen, who Is attend
ing Case College at Cleveland, Is
spending a week vlsUIng his puienls
In this place, r
.Mr. and Mrs. B Smith and Mr. und
Mrw. A. T. Smith spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Herendeen und
Mr. Leo Shipley tho past week sold
bis lusldeuce to Mr. Krnest Toms. ,
Mrs, Sadie Hoaack visited with
friends in Toledo, Ohio, the past week,
Mrs, KetU Swank, of Ankenytown,
gau the guest ofr'Mr. and Mrs, K. A.
i-oormatu on naay anu tsaturuay
".. , s
Mr.Vund Mrs, Charles Leedy went.
to Col fun bus on Tuesday to spend,
several days with 'friends there,
Mr. und Mrs. Albert Carter are re-(
Joking over tho birth or a daughter
Mis. Amos who has been visiting
with her von) Mr. Monroo Amen, ut
lltlcu, returned home on Sunday last.
Mrs, Oreen, or Mt. Vernn, Is visit
ing with her parents, Rev. and Mrs,
Montis, In this place,
A lno girl baby came to the homo
or Air. ninl Mr.? Harry Howard; 'on
Saturday lust, " l
Mr, ami Mrs, C. 'M. lllldreth' appt
Sunday with, friends nt NowariW 0ile,
w tliww, aaia. ciuvi I MAC auiu nwvi, rjra
'have been vlalUng ber maMr,'Mr.
-'.yr:' .:,','...; Su-L - ' fin.rli,
Mrs. Ethel Page and children, who
W, 8. Cumalngs, returned to her
home in Pittsburg on Saturday last.
Mr .and Mrs. Jamea Cauter enter
tained Mr. and Israel Pers and ram
lly the past week. ,y
the Frederlcktown Farmers' Insti
tute came off laBt Friday aad Satur
day as scheduled and was well attend
ed. Everybody' had a delightful time
and the farmers and may of the town
people received much valuable In
struction, The Institute waa a de
cided success In every regard except
ing, finances', the committee being too
liberal 'with their admissions. Next
year they will hao to raise prlco so
that they, can .meet all the expenses
of such an occasion. The Institute
however, gave notice that. they would
not come heke another year unless
Frederlcktwn mipplles u suitable as
A delightful dinner was served
by Mr. and Mrs. D wight Dean at Oielr
home last Thursday, the following
guests partaking of their hospitality:
Mr. and Mrs. B. 1). Wlllltts, Mr. and
Mrs. William Wlllltts, Dr. and Mrs.
David Foote, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Reep, Miss Margaret Dean, and Mr.
Ralph Clark, of Wichita, Kansas.
hast week the Pythian Sisters elect
ed the following officers: Euro Wag,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank He-
sack, a nlno pound boy, on Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs,f F. B. Zeig entortalned
Miss Hazel Zelg, of Marion, O., the
The people of Frederlcktown aro
sorry to learn of the decision of Mr.
and Mrs. W, C. Barrett to leave this
place and move to Zanesville, where
he has accepted a better position
with a creamery to manufacture but
ter. The Frederlcktown creamery has
enjoyed an Increased degree of pros
perity under the management of Mr.
Barrett, and in church and society
he has been a hard worker and will
be greatly mUsed.
ner, J. P. 'C; Mary Herd man. P. C;
Nelllo Kinney, M. K. C; Minnie, Toms,
K. .; Mary Davis, 15. J.; Ada Studor,
II. P.; Mngglo Hurst, M. R. C:
Blanche Myers, M.; Ida Davis, P.;
Nellie Walter, G.; Anna Foote, pian
ist: Mary A. Terry, ropresenttnive.
On Feb. 4 Grand Chief B. Hutchison,
of 'ielaware, Ohio, Is expected id meet
the lodge here.
4. fc-..f.--a-f..t.-.4- -ji-
-f ' MT. LIIERTY tfr
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mastellar were In
Columbus Sunday to hoar Billy Sun-
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Cramer und Mt-.
and Mrs.. Kay Cramer were the guests
of their parents some days this week.
Fred Clio and family spent Sunday
with W. O. Coe.
R. h. Cramer attended the Billy
Sunday meetings Friday.
Boyd Mcltroom and family of Gon
dii were tho guests of Mrs. O. V. Mc
Several young folks of our com
munity attended the Bulab Buck con
cert at Centorhurg last Friday even
ing. Mrs. G, V. MrBroom, who has been
bedfast a few days, Is much better.
Dale Wlntermiite and wlfo wero In
Columbus Thursday or laBt week at
tending the Sunday ineetlngs.
Burton Knly from Licking county
has moved on Thomas Thatcher's
Rllla Hattei h and family attended
the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs.
Thayer, at I. Unity Chapel last Satur
day. Sox eral young men of our village at
tended tho literary at the Weaver
school house Thursday evening.
Clifford ninohart lost a valuablo colt
which he had Just purchased.
Mrs Purlngton'wlU preach morning
and evening at A. 0,' church Sunday,
Feb. 2, This Is the regular quartorly
Regular services 'at M. E. church.
Cottage prayer meeting Thursday ey
enlng nt H. II. Robertson's,
Cleveland, 0 Jan. 29. 8een em
ployes or the Upson Nut company
wero seriously Injured and a dozen
more recehed cuts and bruises from
'flytug glass and? 'debris when the
molten metal In two; casting furaaeef
was spilled on tbe;4amp floor and e
ploded, partially ,wreetag the plaat
and v breaking several large steam
pipes. Clouds of" steam and lying
drops of the molten metal "caused the
serious Injuries to , the seven work
men, all of whom mil recover. One
building was destroyed, t
CASTOR I A
For Infanta m CUUrta.
r Beers ;the
WHMVIUI Ha 11 4 SmBaMaeJ
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fj MARTINSBUR6 -a,
Mr. J. 8, Schooler of the Ohio Fuel
Supply Co., spent Sunday with his
Miss Edith Miller spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Miller, north or town.
Mrt W. I. Cllne returned from an ex
tended visit with his daughter, Mrs.
Elma Woerllne of Gfbveport Mr.
Cllne attended the Sunday meetings In
Mrs. Harriett Sims has returned
from Columbus where she visited rela
tives and attended the Sunday meet
ings. Mr. Roan Blackburn, the Misses Va
da and Pearl Blackburn were In Mt.
Mr. Robert Ralston made a busi
ness trip to Newark the first of tho
A number or High School puplts will
play "The Coast People" In tho Town
Hall Saturday night Feb. 1.
The members or the G. A. R. and
their ramllles enjoyed 4a chicken din
ner at the homo or Mrs. Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Harl McCamment and
children visited at the the home or Mr.
James McCamment Sunday.
The friends and neighbors of Mrs.
Jane Kerns met at her home last Fri
day and the ladles prepared a sumptu
ous dinner the men cut and hauled
a lot of wood for the hostess.
Drives Off A Terror
The chief executioner of death In
the winter and spring months Is pneu
monia. Ita advance agents are colds
aiid grip. In nay attack by one of
these maladies bo time should be lost
la taking the beat medicine obtainable
to drive it oil. Countless thousands
have found this to be Dr. King's New
Discovery. "My husband believes it
baa kept him from having pneumonia
three or four times," writes Mrs.
George W. Place, Raysonvllle, Vt
."and for coughs, colds and croup we
have never found Its equal."' Guaran
teed for all bronchial affections. Price
SOcts. anq, 1 1.00. Trial bottle free at
Q. n. Baker ft Co.
Mr. C. E. Price, proprietor of the
Lyrle theatre Iibb purchased the Man
hattan reBtaurant on the East side of
the public square and expects to put
the rostatirant in first class condition
and serve nothing but the best of
."Thero will be a special union
meetings held by the churches of Iock.
beginning next Sunday evening. The
meeting" will be In charge of Evan
gelist Leisure of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Polls A Paul Plot
When 'a shameful plot oxlsts be
tween liver and bowels to cauae die
tresa by, refusing to act take Dr.
Klnga New Life Pills, and end such
abuse of your system. They, gently
compel right action of stomach, liver
nd bowels, and restore your health
and all good feelings. 2(io at G. R.
i Columbus, 0 Jan. 29. When Rep
resentative Felllnger of Cuyahoga in
troduced his bill appropriating,, 1200,
000 for the expenses of the Ohio com
mission for the Panama exposition of
191C, and it was noted that It con
tained a provision that the measure
should be considered aa an emer
gency one, It began to dawn upon the
legislators that a party having a two
thirds majority ln tho leglslatura
could H put though any 'measure It
wished and make it safe from attacka
by' referendum, If It could only main
tain the solidarity of its- ranks. The
exposition is not. to be held until 1915.
IN MCMOftY OP M'KINLEY
Washington, 1). C, Jan. 2-Pink
carnations adorning the lapels of sea;
ators, representatives and private
cltlxens marked the obserYance toducf
ot the seventieth anniversary" 'rthe I
birth ot William McKlnley.
carnation waa the favorites He w
the late President, aad .ever slace.hl
tragic death hie friends aad, admirers
have followed the custom of wearinr
one ot the blossom at each recurrlui
anniversary of Ms birth.-
Notice js, hereby given that the un
dersigned have been appointed and
qualified executors ot the estate of
A f NEWTON SPBR11Y ' v
latent Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by' trie' Probate Court of said' county
January 11, 1913, T -
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SECURE AUTO TA6S .
BEFOIE FEHUAir I
Information waa given out Tuesday
afternoon by the police department
to the effect that all automobiles driv
en on the streets of Mt. Vernon after
February 1st without 1013 license tags
will be stopped and will not be per;
mltted -to continue in operation until
the proper licenses have been pro
ctfred. There are but few machines
In the city at the present time with
out the proper tags.
Miss May Fouch of South Vernon
spent Monday and Tuesday with her
uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Putnam,
rof Brink Haven.
Mrs. J. F. and W. E. Shrontz of
Martlnsburg assisted in the operation
performed upon Mr. G. E. Schooler
Div Baldwin of Columbus waa in
Mt. Vernon Monday where he assist
ed in the operation upon Mr. G. E.
Mrs. J. F. Nye and son, Kenneth, re
turned to their home in Cbauncey,
Ohio, Tuesday morning after a visit
witU Rev. and Mrs. J. A,. Long or
East Vine street
Still paying highest prices in the
State for run, hides and pelts. Skunka
14.50. Other goods full proportion.
Crushed rock aid barrel salt in cwt
or ton lota suitable for ice cream
trade, etc. City scales for weighing
hay, grain and stock. W. P. Sawvel,
401 South Mala street
.Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hilller, of Mt
Vornon, have been spending a few
davs with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hil
ller, In West Church street. Newark
FOR SALE Six room house with
bath, some household goods, horse,
carriage and run-about. Call citizens'
'phone 646-green. 28
WILL MAKE HIS
2001k Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Feb. lOtii
Curtis Hotel? 551
L. F. VOKiV Ph. CUM. D.
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Symptoms Most Common
to clral (Stem ere weOMn. Mimpse, dMaoa
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adjOfiuIaM, Ma and iwt oWojlJoo. wdpluttec,
and SalMtlBit oTUm haarL wik aodtriiblina IWba.
woriy, tmtf .turn a-3''n Ht'.
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Unu hiMiwt to dlwaM BotaBar bmh aad vomta.
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RMiarkftbt. Effects of Rm
dy Tbtt Actually irri
gate tho Entire
- Blood Supply.
It Boun as 'queer to take a blood hath
but that Is precisely the effect of a most
remarkable rcntey known as B. B. B. It
hns the paeultar action of soeklnr
throuRh the intestines directly into the
blood. In five minutes Its tnOuenoe ia at
work in every artery, vela and tiny capil
lary. Every, membrane, wtrr eramn ot
the body, every emunctory Becomes m
effect a Alter to strain the blood of Im
purltle. The stimulating- properties ot
S. 8. B. compel the akin, liver.' towel.
kldnnva. bladder to ell work te. the. 0
end of costing out every IrrltaUnc. every
paln-lnnictlng utom of poison) it dtslod
by Irrigation1 all accumulations to -the
joints, dissolves ctd accretions, reader
them neutral and scatters those peeuUar
formations In" the. nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often hatfllnr
rheumatic pains. '
And best of all, this remarkable rem
edy is welcome to the weakest stomach
because It Is a pure vegetable laafualoa.v -.
Is taken naturally Into your Mood Just a
pure air Is Inhaled naturally Into your
The great Bwlft laboratory has spent.
millions of dollars in perfeottfefe, predee,
tag and placing In the hands of the pub
llc this wonderful remedy. Bo give your '
blood a good bath with 8. 8. B.. for It
knocks the worst forms of rheumatism
every tlmeT '
Tou can get it at any drug store at
91.00 a bottle. It is a standard remedy.
recognised everywhere as the greatest
blood sbeclfla ever discovered. If your
Is a peculiar case-and you desire expert
ndvlcet, write to The Swift BeeelBJo Co,
127 Swift Bids., Atlanta, Oa.
DB. 0.0. OEIDIR .
Office and residence corner
Gambler and Mulberry ats. Calls
answered day or night Both
phones, CltUens' 173 blue; Bell
OUoe Rogers' eulidiaf, No ili Benin
hula atreet.,Mt, Veraoi, Ohio.
Lt aad 3, second ioor.
frank o. uDvimnra
ATTORNEY. A LAW
All business of local oatare give
(prompt etteatloa aad eepeelally ta
practice la tne Probate Court. Oflea
no. iMet nisa street, mt. veraea u,
New Phone, OOoa 104.
' DENTAL SURQEON
' .1. 0. BIGrOS
'Oslee la Arnold clock coraer m
Eaat High street aad lloaumeM
square, 1ft Vemon, Ohio. ' . "
O. K. OOKABD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 Eaat Via .
Cltlxeas' 'phone 61. Oalea boura:
to e ana 7 "te H p. u.
Bell 253 R.
THE PiRE INSURANCE MAN
WILL J, "Doo" WILSB
If you own anything! have"
Cfttseaa' 'Phone 181 Red.
East Gambler atreet, Mt. Yeraea. O
Luther A. 'stream Wm. P, Rlmae
REAL ESTATE ANO LOANS)
Fanaa aad city prt party bought aeM
aad exchanged, rroaertles reated aaV
rents collected, lira iasuraaee a eee
clalty,. Repreeeatlag 14 old reUahla,
stock compaaiee. Aotldeat lasuraaeev
lira stock laauraaee, Plata glaaa hr
uraace, autatohUe taauraaea, la fast,
we oaa laaare any property yea na
have. Surety hoaaa t aU klaaa. Oak) ,
aad see ee. Roeaa, 1 Sloe bM. iaaU
Mala at Otb Isaaaa Na. 447'1
Attention I Farro3r
Tho Tax Milt Go. of Cor
lumbus, 0 will pay two
bents over Elgin for Separat
or Cream, and five cents over
Elgin for Inspected Sweet '
Cream, JJ. O. B. Columbus.
Fjxv particulars write us; "
Neil W Smith
Genera r Auctioneer 5
i and Stock Powder Aft. t
R. D. 4
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