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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK.
FRIDAY, PIIRUARY. 7 113
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if. FHEDERICKTOWN 4.
Mr. Dawson Owensby, formerly lo
waiter near hero, but now of Iowa,
"Mted friends in this vicinity the pant
-fllrs. More, of Coshocton, visited
asrRh relatives and friends west of hero
tllie past week.
Mrs. Shaffer of Centerbmg, visited
mHh her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Palm
M. last week.
IV. and Mrs. Alox Kvnns and fonil-
or Chester, visited with Mrs. Evans'
Utter, Mrs. Clyde Robertson, Inst
Mrs. Halllo Taylor nml sister, Mrs.
Ytasa Weaver, were called to Page
3vn last week by the serious Illness
-vf mother, Mis. Imac- Marvin.
Wr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Doniuan visited
with relatheH at Marlon, Ohio, a rou
4e of dayu the past week.
Mr. tavl Ireland returned from tho
ttatttiern part of the stnto the latter
jMirt of the week.
Was Slyvla Kaatiiian visited her par
U, Dr. and Mrs. W. 11. Eastman,
ke past week.
The Korest Cemetery Association
4nl4 their annual meeting on Wodncft
4mr tut nnd elected tho following of
oera: President A. C. Huddle.
Secretary W. B. Johnson.
Treaauror A. D. Borrs.
Staperiiitcndont W. II. Dean.
aoKtou .). II. McNutt.
Trustee J. It. Johnson.
Mrs. C. W. Edwards entertained tho
Wwwui'a Foreign Missionary Bocloty
f tho Methodist church on Thursday
'( this week.
Mrw. Anna Blubop of this place, vis
tini with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
r. It WIIIUb at ChcBtcrvlllo tho past
Mian Cora KIshur was a ColumbuH
visitor tho past week attending the
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Ames of Utlca,
were kuchIh of Mr. und Mrs. Bay
Wlllota over Sunday.
Rev. and MrH. V. U. Akcrs visited
oritli friends in Chicago Junction tho
Mr. Karl Kruucli has gone to Bucy
run wheio he bus accepted a position
:aw clerk In one of the storeH there.
K. Ilagdasarlan, a native of Armen
ia, will speak In the M. E. church on
3aday ovenlug, Fob. 9, at 7 p. in. He
rflt tell about Armenian people, their
auctant religion, about the Armenian
iMaaHJUiroH. especially about tho wotk
t tlio American missionaries In the
Mr. Bagdasailau Is ginduate from
Itaphrulcu college In llnrpoot, Turkey,
acul is well lnfonued concerning tho
DkAIUcuI, social and lellglous couill
'liann of Turkish Empire, Two ynars
. Iiq came to this country to com--plain
lilu education and Intends to re
turn to his people ns u medical mis
ilonary. Without doubt the address
wlU Ito veiy lntt'i csllng and liwtruc
Hto capoclnlly nt this time when ev
erybody lu interested with the war In
Turkey and absolutely free. Do not
"frill to hoar him.
Mr. Samuel Montis Is repotted to be
iwrlouiily III nt the Inline of his daugh
Our, Mrs. Baker, in Mt. Vernon.
Tho lluptlst Mlshlouniy Hocloly wus
nntertaliied Ijy Mrs. (luoige Kirk on
"'fciirHdny of this Nvock,
Mr. Waller Dill, of Mt. Clle.ul Wn
iuxl with his parents, Mr, and Mm. T.
M. 1)111, over Sunday lust.
Mlim Itutb Hyatt In visiting this
wwjk with Miss Hazel Kerr, at Mt.
Au old 1 1 1110 kilcliou iiliouor was glv-
sa Mr. und Mm, Paul Dollolt nt tint
wsWem-e of Mr. I'. 0. Dollolt last Kil
ay liy nbout lllty rrlcuds ami rolti
Mr. (Joorge .1. Ewurn htiu sold his
turn to Mr. II. H. Curtis,
rs. 1). I'. MoriHi of Columbus, Is
lulling with frleuils north of town.
UMMimay pux'hase a homo while hero.
A -wuiion load of Kredericktown
Ipnatto went to Duller oil Wednesday
OTtialtiiC to hour Evangelist Lewis who
ilteon currying on levlval inoetlugH
the past few weeks, Tho moot-
4nc close next Sunday after which
Man the tubornuclo will be sold,
Kroderlcktowu htm been makliu
(mu progressive moves tho past few
WmIcm. With an extensive scheme of
lrout paving on hand, thoy have now
iJe arrungemeutH for tho liiHtnllliig
at electric light und eloctrlo power In
fc vlllnge, nml recently cnlargoil
'4fcalr wateiwoiks plant by tho nihil--Un
of now immps and engines. "It
Meau Umt the old town is waking up
to taoderu ways und Ideus, Now If
4fce now luiprovemouts contompluted
VUmiU O. railway and the build
JtMC of un eloctrlo line by the Clove-
ft Southwestern should become
facts, everyone would bo ready
rtth a big hurrah for the best Utile
ra In Ohio.
Miss Laura Broutlluger, Miss I'oarl
irttkrow nnd Miss Prlbley went to
ICMvaabuu on Krlduy last to vlalt with
MktoadH und attend the .Sunday meet-
Miss Anna Craft la spending the
week with her aunt, Mrs, Jennie Ran
kin. Mrs. Amanda BIgbeo is visiting at
tho homo of Attorney Rawlins In Mt.
For Farmers' Institute At
The Grove Church
The following Is the program for
Farmers' Instltuto to bo held at tho
Urovo Church,, Harrison township
February 12 and 13:
Wednesday, Feb. 12 10 a. m.
Sheep: Tho Farm Flock Ralph A,
Llmo nnd Its Uses Prof. F. A. Wei
1:00 p. m.
The Puro Bred Flock Ralph A.
Commercial Fertilizer and Manure
Prof. F. A. Wolton.
7:00 p. m.
Principles of Feeding Ralph A.
8oy Bean Culture Prof. F. A. Wol
Thursday, Feb. 13
Principles of Breeding Ralph A,
Crop Rotation for Ohio Prof. F. A
x 1:00 p. m.
Farm Management Ralph A, Pos
Alfalfa Culture Pror. F. A. Wetton.
7:00 p. m.
Lecture: Shifting Panmaina of I.lfo
Rov. D, A. Morris.
Everybody Interested In farming In
vited to attend.
,j ! 4 x
jt j j 4 afr i ! j.
Mrs. Ruth Baker is visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hendrlx of Wil
liams county are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mablo ilnrmer who underwent
an operation for nppondlcttls at a Col
umbus hospital lust week is tecover
Dr. R. C, M. Lewis of Marlon, wus
a quest in the homo of his daughter,
Mis. C. D. Hnydcn lust week.
Mien Hazel Fowls has been 011 the
sick list for n few dnys,
.Mrs. Mildred Schovillc of Mai ion,
has been spending a few days vlth
her ulster, Mrs. O. K. McCouchlc.
Mr. Frunk Jackson and daughter, or
Granville, spent over Sunday with his
parentr, Mr. nnd Mis. B. S. JncKsot..
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Truex visited
friends In Mt. Gllend over Sunday.
Mrs. E. E. McOuIro and Mrs. Kitty
Riley spent Sunday In Columbus the
latest 11 of tho former's daughter, Mis.
Don 1. Shlra.
Mli'H Anna Davidson of Berca, Ky.,
was called homo Saturday to attend
the luncrnl of her uncle, W. S. Both of
F. S. Shlnnaberry, K. S. and B. C.
Ramey accompanied by their ladles,
occupied reserved beats In the Sunday
Tabernacle Wednesday ufternoon and
4. BRINK HAVEN 4.
Revival meetings commenced hero
Sunday evening nt the Church of
Mrs. Pearl Gardner bad the misfor
tune of dislocating her shoulder one
day last week.
We tiro having u few cases of chick
en pox In town.
Harry House spent Sunday In Columbus,
Mr. around Hog saw his shadow all
right, so If thero Is any truth lu tho
saying wo can expect more winter for
Hjron Poulsou lias been the guest
of his mother hero for a few days.
Several from hero attended tho fun
eral of Mrs. Albert Conner ol near
Tiverton Inst Wednesday.
Mis. Joseph McMunls of 'South
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
Brandon Sunday school Id a. m.:
pieachlng 11 a. m.; Communion ser
vice, B. V. P. U. Saturday evening
J ebrunry 8th, nt 7:30. Subject: A
Trip to the Frontier, In ttho Mountains
of Wyoming, by Mr. Clydo Johnson
Every member urged to be present,
'rnyer meeting every Wednesdaj
evening at 7 p. m.
Homer Sunday school 10 a. m.j
preaching 7 p. m Prayer meeting
every Thursday evening.
. . ,,
Surprise Your Friends
for four weeks regularly use Dr.
King's Now Llfo Pills. They stimu
late tho liver, Improve digestion, re
move blood Impurities, pimples and
eruptions disappear from your fnco
and body and you feel better. Begin
at once. Buy nt O. R. Baker & Co.
Hold A Regular Meeting On
On Greece At Nt. Vernon
Gollege Was Very Interesting
fro. Klla Dlckorsou, of Corsica, O.,
visiting Mr. uud Mrs. J, H. Don
m few days last week.
Afar, and Mrs. Alox Penick expect to
with friends at Utlca over next
OUR 5 PER CENT.
Certificates of Deposit are the Safest
and Most Desirable Investments
The Buckeye Stata' Building A
Loan Company, Rankin Building,
22 West Gay Street, Columbus, O.
il. Prompt payment of lutorest,
The mull man brings It to your door
ouch nix mouths. Owning your own
mot (gage, yon sometimes have lo
wait on your Interost, bocaune of tho
Iilcknens of tho boirouor, or other
c.iuno. Not so with out ceitlllcutos.
Interest on thorn Is paid proniHly,
Assets 0. 1(10,000,, all secured by llrst
Of Lectures To Be Given To
History Glass Of High School
A series of six lectures has boon
urningod by Mr. HuntBborgor for the
history department of tho High
huiiooi, 10 uo given uy various pro
fesslonnl men of the city, on subjects
poitulnliig to tho -work of the dopart
moat. Tho speakora and dates for the
llrst three are as follows:
Fobruury 0, H:30 u. in, Dr. V. U
Fobruury 11, S:30 a. in. Hon. II. If,
February 13, 10:30 u. m. Dr. G. D.
ImtoH have not been umtngod for
the others, but will bo announced lat
or. Tho speakers uro Tho Rov. Dr,
II. II, Hurley, Tho Rov. Dr. K. I). Bar-
nett, und Judge J. 11. Walght. Tho
locturos will bo given In room six, ot
the High school building.
DEDICATION AT MOODY 8CHOOL
Northlleld, Muss., Fob. P Today's
eolobrutloii of Founder's Day nt tho
Mt, Hornum boya' school, ono of tho
Institutions founded by Dwlght 1,.
Moody, wus mmlo notnblo by tho dedi
cation ot the new Scliaudlor Momorlal
Library. Tho llbraiy Is n gift of Mrs.
A. F, Schaulllor of Now Yoik In mem
ory or tho Rov. Dr. William 0. Shauf
Her, long conuectod with educational
und missionary work In Turkoy.
Jnckson street went to Hownid Wed-n-Mluy
morning to spend the day with
Mrs. Owen Eigglchardt.
Tho third number of tho
non Collcgo lecture course
rn In the college chapel Monday even
Ing. The speaker was Prof. W. E.
Howell of Washington, D. C, who
holds a prominent plnco In connection
with tho educational work of tho Sev
enth day Advontlsr denomination.
Tho subject of the lecture was
"Greece." Professor Howoll spent
several years In Greeco ns a mission
ary, and what he told of the coun
try nnd tho people was llrst-hand
Knowledge making It all the
'Ono pccullur thing about Greece,"
he said, "Is that there are, by actual
census, 8 per cont more men than
women." Ono of pie pictures thrown on the
screen was of tho stadium whore tho
Olympic games were .hold In ancient
times, nnd onco or twico In roconi
venrs. This stadium will seat 50,000
Many pictures were shown lllustiat
Ing tho wonders of ancient Greek ar
(By The Press Reporter)
The W. C. T. U. held it regular
meeting Tucsdny afternoon nt 2
o'clock, at tho home of Mrs. C. L.
Wright on Third avonuo.
Mrs. D. M. Dorsoy had chargo of
the program which wus on Rullroad
A short address was given by Mrs.
Readings were given as follows:
Pull The Rope Mrs Jennie Steph
So That You May Obtain Mrs. Gnr
low. Duot Mrs. l.oiig nnd Mrs. Kauf
man, Saloons and Railroads Mrs. R.
Moral Suasion R. R. Mrs. Thomas
A synopsis of report Mrs. Alton
berg, Mrs. Paddock, Mrs. Nixon, Mrs.
Cunningham, Mrs. Parr, Mrs. Bell,
Mrr. Reamer, Miss Murphy, Mrs.
Spltzcr, Mrs, Martin.
Mrs. Nixon, state superintendent,
read a paper on Railroad Work and
showed soma very unique blotters
ami gave some facts, that home linos
do not employ a drinker In any form.
Rov. Long gnvo a very bright ano
lllustratho talk on the Children or
Today. It wus shown someone mimt
tako a stund for 1 Ight nnd stay II" any
one accomplished what he sets out to
Mrs. Kaufmun gave some personal
Items on the work, "Does It Pay?'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker were Intro
duced and the Union vas very glnd
to welcomo them among us. Tho
meeting adjourned Into the social hour
when t tempting refreshments wore
solved by' the committee In charge.
Tho next meeting will be a public
Frances Wlllard meeting at tho homo
of Mj s. Bartlott, West Chestnut and
Dr. King's (New Discovery
Soothes Irritated throat and lungs,
btops chronic nud hacking cough, re
lieves tickling tht out, tnstea nice.
Tulto no other; once used, nlwuys
titled . Buy it at G. It. Baker & Co.
CAN'T GROW "SCALE" AND
ON THE SAME TREE
WherT "scale" comes, the trees stop making any fruit tliat'a worth
while. If your orchard is scale-free, spray to keep It so. If It's already
Infested get a
Denting Spray Pump
and give the trees a thorough spraying. There's money
for you In Spraying Outfit can be the best paying Invest-
ment on the farm.
Bogardus & Co.
41 Years on. West 8lde Public 8quare
THE BIG SUCCESS
during the past season in our Tailoring Business
we attribute to our experience in giving the best
kind of artistic workmanship, prompt attention
to our patrons, and personal supervision of all
work. Our Fall and Winter Goods are now opon
for your inspection. Please give us a call.
Curtis House, No. 11 Public Square
J. R. Doelfs
Showllta Whcrn Rnntiir Oprnr
Rupture, Piles,. Fistula.
VARICOCELE and HYDROCELE
CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE.
M0 C'JRE NO PAY. Send 2c stamp for Book liow w
cure and tettimoniali. Some may he your neighbors.
Drs. HAINES & HAINES, ffMB& SKf
RooM 52 101 N. High 5t,
tor Just Eight Days
Beginning Saturday, Feb. 8th, Ending Saturday, Feb. 15th
Stamm's Good Clothes Shop
104 S. Main St
Mt Vernon, O.
U)ill sell Suits, Overcoats, Caps and Underwear at the
following cut in prices. You will not get any other notice of th is sale as we would rather give our customers all we can in low
prices than spend extra money telling you about it. One tru thful statement ought to be enough.
ALL MEN'S & BOYS' WINTER SUITS, Q Af
Regular price $13.50 for. P O.HbU
ALL MEN'S & BOYS
KEN'S & BOYS' WINTER SUITS, tfcl O QA
Regular price $18.00 for pi.7U
ALL MEN'S & BOYS' WINTER SUITS, Q QA
Regular price $15.00 for. , P v
ALL MEN'S & BOYS' WINTER SUITS, 11 OH
x Regular price $20.00 for piwU
ALL MEN'S & BOYS' WINTER SUITS, tln
Regular price $22.50 for plO7U
25 Discount on every Overcoat in the house. 160 Pairs of Boys' Long Pants at less than half price.
20 Off all Winter Underwear. The same on Caps.
Now don't be skeptical and wonder if this is all true o r not but come and see. The goods offered at these prices will
make you the finest values you ever bought anywhere. Every article is sold at one price and marked in plain figures in this
store, insuring you a square deal in every instance.
About 50 Boys' Long Pant Suits, sizes 13 to 1(5 years; suits that sold from $8 to $13.50 will be closed out foi:. .$3.90
Every man that stays away from this sale hurts his o wn purse. "
Remember the time Saturday, February 8th, to Saturday, February 15th
Stamm's Qood Clothes Jtoop
104 So, Main St., Mt. Vernon, O. .