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Eggs ISc; butter 32c.
Dfeenrcctants, all kinds, Scrlbner's,
roiatoes 53c per bushel for a few
days only at Rawllnson & Co. tf
Mrs. A. II. Varner of East Hutgess
street Is seriously III.
Black Walnuts 1 1-2 cents per
pound nt Pitkin's.
Mr. .John Nolen of this city was a
visitor In Columbus Saturday,
Bulk gnnlen seeds, the tested kind
that aiow, at Woolson's.
Mr, Wlllard Patterson spent Sunday
Solid cabbage lc per lb. at Pltklns.
Gold llsh nt Woolson's stoic.
Mrs. W, I', Vnndergilft who has
been very III Is somewhat Improved.
-Roller skates, IJSe, flue, 95c, and
$ 4: at Woolson's store.
Miss dale (timer of Oenterburg
spent Monda) wltn relatives In Alt.
Tor painting and paper hanging call
W. R. Ada ma, Citizens' 962-green.
Mr. Carl Semple of Oklahoma Is the
gucat of his parents, Dr. and .Mrs,
W. F. Semple, Kast High streot.
"Scrlbner's" Mentholated Ualsam
Mr. Kent Shaffer of Pittsburg, Pa.,
arrived In tho city Saturday evening
to make a several days' visit here.
Commencing April 1st, our store
will bo open evenings. Rawllnson
Mr. Harry Ward of Frederlcktown
spent Sunday with n Is parents, Mr,
and Mm. John Ward, of North Cath
Moth balls 5c the pound at Wool
Canned corn, peas and tomatoes at
less than wholosalo prices. McNabb's
Refrigerators, lawn mowers, lawn
Aw'ngs, porch swings and porch fur
nlturo at tho right pricn at lllochcr
Bros., 21G-218 W. High street.
Mr. Curtis W. McKee loft this niter
neon for Columbus after spending
several days with his family In Mt.
Miss Mia Manuel!, a nuise nt the
Mt. Vernon hospital, went to Mt. Lib
erty Sunday evening to make a sev
eral days' professional visit.
Mr, Richard Hunter, son of Rep
mutative uud Mrs. N. II, Hunter of
Buckeye City, Is seriously ill with
Mr. Harold Mclntlre, who is at
tending Obcrllii Collego, Is spending
u week with his parents In Mt, Ver
hod, All kinds of A, No. 1, second growth
Chestnut posts for sale. O. F. Uusb,
R. . 4, Mt. Vernon, O.
Mr. Frank Wooilsou of Newark,
formerly on tho ropoitorlal staff of
the llannor, Is in Znnoavlllo covering
the flood for tho Newark Advocate.
Mr. Armstead Wnlght came up from
Lancaster Saturday and spent the
wedc end with his parents Judge nnd
Ma J. H. Wulght of Kast Utah street.
Mrs. J. W. Wolfoy returned to
Delaware today after a visit with her
la.-entH, Mr. and Mrs. Kdvvuid M.
"Wright. 8ho was accoiupanled liomo
by her sister, Miss Nannie Wright.
The committee of the City Chris
tlan Kndeavor union will meet at tho
V. M. (J. A. building Sunday, April
Clh, at U p. in. All of the committee
urged to be present.
Mrs. J A, Duerilnger and little
daughter, who have been visiting
Mrs, tpucrrlngor's purontfi, Mr, and
Mrs. J M. Styers for a week, tcturn
d this .afternoon to Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Klmcr Williams of
Urandou ontortalnod Rev, Carpenter,
Mr. Ray Morcy, Miss Pearl Moiey
and the Misses Iva and Ursel Krlng
at dinner Sunday, r
Mm. Omer Fpoto and Miss Jennie
Olore returned to tnelr homes In Mt.
Vernon Monday morning after a two
wa visit with Mr. and Mrs. Scott
XJIo,e of Toledo, Ohio.
Dfnt. Ida Jemlng, sister or Mr,
'Mf, if. Woodward of near Frederick
town, died Friday at her homo in
'Newark. Funeral and interment in
Mr. K. F. Altenburg and. his sons,
Me-isr. Clyde and Claude Altenburg,
weal to Dayton, Ohio, Monday morn
tec to visit with Mr. and Mrs. De
Witt ARonburg of that place, Mr.
d Mm, Altenburg, although they re
adied in the flooded district of (he
etty, oscapod from the flood.
Patron of' the Mt Vernon Tele
beae Co. who are planning to move
are requested to give the nolle to in
formation operator ub soon as possible
with the dato and address, In order
' prevent tut little Interruption In the
service as possible tho preliminary
'work should be arranged for In ad
vance aad as far as posblble a prefer
nee will be given for moving In the
order aa received. There la no extra
barge fr woying except whore the
telephone has' been In place for less
Hun oao year, when there Is aa (natal-
I mmmt v bw ee ! ft,
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Senator and Mrs. John Cunningham
left this artcrnoon for Columbus.
Mr. David Cosner returned to Col
umbus this afternoon after spending
Sunday In the city.
Mr. Fred Taylor of Kast Front
street spent Sunday with relntlves
You can save lots of money on tea,
coffee and spices nt our closing out
sale. McNabb's grocery.
Air. Wllllnm Lee arrived home .Mon
day morning i after a several das
business ilTt Hi Youngstown, Ohio.
Miss Whitney of Alt. (lllead Is vlj
Ring with her sister, AIlss Kthcl
Whitney, of- Kast (Jambler street
Mr. 11. P. Cornell of Hast RurgeHs
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stwot went to Sandusky .Monday
morning to enter the Soldiers' Home.
Airs. Christopher Miller of Corey,
Pa., Is tnuking a several days' visit
with her father, Atr. John Lane, of
A! Brink Haven Bites k Man
On The Arm
Rrlnk Haven, O., March III Drink
Haven Is in the midst or a mad dog
scare. On Sunday evening a dog,
which was supposed to bo mad, at
tacked and severely bit Shannon Hur
chard on the arm. Tho dog then at
tacked and bit a number or dogs. Six
animals were bhot including tho dog
which bit riurchard. The head or the
aulmal was sent to Columbus this
morning to determine whether or not
tho dog was Buffering from rabies.
Of Sight-seers In Brink Haven
Rrlnk Haven, O., Alnrch 31 An Im
mense thiong or people visited this
community on Sunday to see tho
havoc wrought by the Hood or Tues
day. It Is estimated that there were
over 2,000 visitors In tho village dur
ing the day. The fence was taken
down at the lllbbltu farm and pcoplo
were given use of this ground as a
hitching pltico. ,
Of , Late Judson Ball Ht
Sandusky On Moiday
The remains of the late Judson Hull"
urrled at Sandusky, Ohio, Friday ov
onlng from Albiiquonjuo, New Mex
ico. Alis. Rail and her party lelt Col
umbus Sunday evening for Sandusky
and ai lived there .Monday morning.
The funeral occurred ul that placo
Monday afternoon, Interment at San
dusky, H' 'l'H'
A daughter wns born Saturday af-
toiiloon to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
llrloker of Kast llamtramck street.
Bon was born Sunday evening to
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hackett or
South Alain utreet.
A son was born Monday morning
to Mr. nnd Mrs, Leon Hunter who re
sldo east of North Liberty.
Were SifMi Up ly He
The county commissioners were
busv a portion of Monday morning la
signing up the bonds for the new
county jail and the children's home.
Thero were 76 of these bonds and
each was signed by the three county
WALKED TO BRINK HAVEN
Couuty .Recorder B, R. Parker of
this citywalked to Brink Haven Sat
urday to take In the sights wrought"!
by the leea. He returned home
Mrs. Wltherell and Mrs. James
F. Cooper have Issued ln Rations for
a reception to be held at the lattei's
home on WooHtcr avenue, Friday af
ternoon from two until four o'clock.
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.Maxwell, both of Alt. Vi'nion. with
united in marrlnge at 2:30 Saturday
itftsinoon by Rov. J, A, Long, p.istor
of the Vino street Church of ChrlHt,
nt his home. Air. and Mrs. Uecninn
will muko their home oil North Cath
.Mr. Walter Al. Jlarfett and Miss
Maude .Mabel Keefer, both residents
of Alt. Vornon, were united in mar
rlago Saturday artcrnoon al 4:30
by Ret. J. A. Ixmg, pastor of the Vino
street Church of Christ, nt his home.
The oung couple will reside In Alt.
Vernon in the future,
Social To Be Given
At Baptist Church
A soclul, In the naturt or an Indoor
picnic, will be held in the parlois or
the llaptlst church on, Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock. Thl's will bo glv
en by tho losing side ror tho winning
side of tho U. Y. P. U. contest. Come
dreHHod In picnic clothes. Some or
the features or the evening will bo
a llsh pond, band concert and illus
trated songs. Tho annual election or
olllcciH will also be held at this time.
All members and friends of the un
ion aio cordially Invited, lie on
tlma or ou will miss something new.
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Joseph F, Mahnffey
Air. Joseph F. Alahaffey died at his
home at .114 North Sandusky street
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Ills death was caused by a paralytic
strike sustained early Saturday
night. At about 7 o'clock Saturday ev
ening .Mr. Alahaffey was seized with
a violent paralytic stroke vvlillo at
IiIh liomo and wns rendered uncon
scious. He wns partially conscious
at ulioit Intervals Saturday night and
Stiiulu) morning, but at no time was
tils condition improved,
riiu deceased was a well known
musician ol Alt. Vernon and had many
friends. He was born in this city nnd
lived heie piactlcally all of his life,
lie wns nearly 04 years of age at tho
time or hjs death and is survived by
Ills wife nnd feur brothers, Dr.
duties M. Alnhaffcy, Air. Kdwln Ala
hnffey, Air. Uwrcnce Alahaffey or
Alt. Veinon and Dr. O. O. Mnhaffey of
'ilio lunernl at the late home on
Noith Sandusky sheet Tuesday af
ternoon nt 2 o'clock, Rev. K. I). Har
nett olllciatlng. Interment In Mound
D.ivld Jenkins died at his home In
Llbity township at 7 : "0 o'clock Sun
day evening after an Illness or only
one week's dmatlon caused by a put
iiljtlo stroke. He was born July
20th. 1825, and Ib survived by three
sons, Mr. D. L. Jenkins, Air. J. If.
Jenkins nnd Air. II. H. Jenkins, uud
ono daughter, Airs. K. H. Tucker, all
or Mt Vernon. 'The funeral at the
dwell Vnljey chinch Thursday morn
ing at tl o'clock, Rev, W. R. Reed
officiating. Interment In the Green
Mrs. Meshac Baker
Airs. Meshac Uaker of Danville
died In a hospital at Toledo, Ohio,
Sunday rooming after an Illness of
several weeks. Two weeks ugo she
undeiwcnt an operation for a tumor
ous growth, but little relief was se
cured. She grew steadily worse up
until the time of her death Sunday
morning. She was C5 years of age
nnd Is survived by ber husband, two
sons, Messrs. Bernard aad Clifford
Bakor, aad Mrs. C. M. Wander,. The,
remains arrived In Mt. Vernon Mou-'
day afternoon and were taken, oveiO
land to Danville for the funeral
Hon. J. K. Campbell
Mrs. C, R. .Tlebout of East Sugar
strset received a telegram Monday
morning conveying te sad Informa
tion of the death of her father, Hon.
J, K, Campbell, which occurred Mon
day morning In Ypsllantl, Mich.
The remains of Airs. Mayberry.
Who died Sunday at her home In Col
umbus, will arrive in Mt. Verne
TuMdaynandvwlll be taken directly to
iMound View cemetery for Interment.
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, wANNII WANT APB PAY.
TH1 DRMOORATIO RAMirRR
Neyv Cabinet Ladles
'Meet, Society's O. K.
Photo by Amtrlcan Prci Aeioclatlon
miS. WILLIAM1 JBNMNOS UtlVAt (AT TOPI
AND M1I8 JOStl'HUB UANIKM1
If Air. Wilson Had allowed the wo
men of, the country to select his cabi
net members for the qualifications of
tbelr wIVes 'alone there would be a big
O. K. aftci every name.
Airs. Bryan, tbe vvtfe.of the secre
tary or stnte. Is n most Important link
In the social chain. To her will fall
the delicate' task or maintaining
friendly relations between tbe wives
or nil foreign diplomats and other wo
men or the 'cabinet nnd the social
world nt large. Airs. Boon knows
Washington from the smallest details
of Its government machinery to the
complicate! maze of social intricacies.
She will be aided lu the duty of official
enteitalulug by u daughter and dangb-'ter-ln-ln'w.
Air McAdoo, the new secretary of
the treasury. Is a widower, and bis
eldest daughter will act ns hostess for
ber rather The McAdoo family will
make n nettibhj addition to Washing
Airs. Burlrson, tho wife of tbe new
postmaster goncral, will need no In
troduction to i Washington society or
the public In general. She 'has lived
at the c.iiltalj for a number of years
aa the wife of a popular member of
congress from Texas. She makes
graceful use bf her pen In plnyettcs
and work or i light and witty nature.
It Is often said. "What a pity Mrs.
Burleson dues not devote her entire
time to wrlthjg, for she might take a
prominent place nmoug playwrights."
Mrs. Jospphtu Daniels adds another
graceful southern woman to official so
ciety. She Isnulready well known In
WnshliiKtuii, whero her mother, Mrs.
Worth Hagle lives. As the wife of
the secretary Of the navy she Is an as
Mrs. I rnnkNu I-ane la anotber cabi
net woman Jfclready Identified with
Washington life. She Is fond of music,
art and literature, has an artistic home
and likes dnnclug and tbe lighter ac
complishments of society. Tbe secre
tary of the .Interior and Mrs. Lane
have two children, a aon of sixteen
and a daughter, Nancy, ten years old.
Mrs Lludley M. Garrison, wife of
tbe new secretary of wsr, la a stran
ger In Washington, and so Is her hus
band. She is a western girl, but was
raised In Philadelphia. Her father was
Captain Samuel Hlldeburne. U. B. A.
Mrs lledOeld. wife of the new sec
retary or commerce, la familiar with
the datlee devolving upon the wife of
cabinet member. Bhe Is a New York
woman, but has spent part of each sea
son In WsshBurtM since her husband
became a member ef tbe honse. A
Desaacrstic vefaaa said recently of
MrsRedBeld; "Ton cannot better de
Mrfte her than that she u exactly the
Iff at wowa yon would eipeet.te bo
associated with tho WltoeW.admlBia.
trattea and has tho same'tondoaema.
same likes and dislikes as has ttre
ewTMiary -wUBam h. wueoa or the
new department ef labor will have the
yevageet hostess; for bis household of
say cabinet member. Miss Agnes Wil
son, who will take her mother's place,
as the secretary's (wife Is not fond of
society nnd Wfers"to keep ber young
family on the farm In Pennsylvania.
The sei retnry'of agriculture and Ms
wife are now In Washington, and Mrs
Houston is making, her first acquaint-
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TO WHOM IT NAY CONCERN
The causes leading up to the presen
tation of the resignation of Mayor A,
A. Perrino have been brewing for some
time, In fact rrom about the time or
hlrt election, when there was consid
erable discussion in regard to tbe ap
pointments and after much arguing for
and against, it was decided to allow
the mayor to have his way ror awhllo
and ir the local members were not sat
Istled they would ask the mayor to
mako some changes. It was only a
short tlmo after taking office that the
mayor began to miss one meeting then
two, and acted as though be would
rather be somewhoie elso than at the
local meetings. Then when the local
wanted to consult with him on any
subject it was necessary to write to
him as he would not come for a verbal
message, and would ignoro tbe Social
ist party as much as possible. Then
Instead of bolng the most active mem
ber of the party In ML Vernon he was
conspicuous by his absence. Had ho
Joined tho party for the express pur
pose of disorganizing the Socialist par
ty In Mt. Vernon ho could not have
dono a much hotter Job of it.
In his statement nbout disgruntled
oltleo seekois ho accuses one man of
trying to get even with him because
tbe mayor would not give him tbe po
sition or socretary of the water works.
That man's application was placed in
tho hands of tho advisory board and
was nover presented to tho local for
acceptance or refusal, and ub ror tho
bunch that attended council meeting
tbe night the resignation was present
ed, noither or them had ever appliod
ror any appointment rrom the mayor.
One at least had refused to put In an
application when requested to do so
by the mayor.
Tho mayor nccuses tho bunch, as he
calls It, or using the Socialist party, as
a club to blackmail him. If be studied
Socialism, be would have known more
about It. Then he goes on to say the
men who met and decided to present
his resignation did not represent tbe
Socialist party sentiment. If be will
look over the party constitution he will
see that only members in good stand
ing nro eligible to vote on referendums
and ty Is Immaterial whether there are
five hundred or only five, -Aa long as
they are tbe attendants that look after
tho local and are transacting business
under their own charter they,, repre
sent the Socialist party of Mt, Vernon:
and again If the mayor bad been a
Socialist he would pever have slurred
working men by saying they were in'
competent to bold some small appoint
Tbe act that finally culminated in
presenting the resignation was in re
gard to Bervlco and safety directors.
Spine time In February he wrote to C,
O. Bourn and asked him what be
thought of combining tbe office of safe
ty director with the, superintendent of
wtw ork &ilS$',,roU,r
th tho city englaeerlowo membera
of tho local thought it could not he
done under the present , municipal
code, so thero wa a. committee .elect-
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ed to look tho matter up. In tho mean
time tbe secretary was instructed to
write tho mayor and tell him to go
ahead if he would put Socialists In the
positions mentioned. Tho committee
reported that niter consulting legal
authority that abolishing of the two
offices could not be done. Then tbe lo
cal selected two men to till the Ofilces
or service and safety directors and
piesented the names to the mayor and
he ignored the communication until
written to again about tbe matter.
Then he sent a letter couched In terms
that told the local Socialist party that
they had nothing to do with his ad
mlnlstiatlon and ho would run it to
Bult hlmeeir. Then there was nothing
else to do but carry out the law aB
laid down by the state constitution,
Sec. 2, Article 17, whtch'Bays, in part:
"Any member accepting nomination
shall sign his resignation dated blank
to bo presented to the proper officers
should he ns a candidate or after elec
tion fall to adhere to and practice tho
precepts and principles of the party,
or refuse to obey tbe mandates or the
patty upon becoming a member."
He signed the following statement
as all Socialists do:
"I, the undersigned, recognizing tbe
class striigglo between the capitalist
class and the working class and the
necessity of the working class consti
tuting themselves Into a political par
ty distinct rrom and opposed to all par
ties rorraed by the capitalist class,
hereby declare that have severed my
relations with all other parties and I
indorse the platform and constitution
of the Socialist party, Including the
principle of political action, and here
by apply for admission to said party,'
For tbe benefit of the local members
we wish to state Comrade Ferrlne,
mayor of Mt. Vernon, will be tried for
wilfully violating Sees. 2 and 3, Article
17, also Sec. 1, Article 13, of the stato
constitution of the Socialist party of
Ohio, at the next regular meeting of
tbe party. We haro no secrets and
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combination and the marked
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Mt. Vernon, Ohio
any one 1b welcome at any tlmo.
Signed by the Advisory Board:
C. O. Beum
T. W. Charlton
C. W. Jamison
Indorsed by the local.
Joseph C. Ferguson, Cbalrmau.
C. O. Beum, Sec,
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