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Centenary
Celebration
Columbus
(OHIO)
Positively Closes Sun
day, July 13th'
lCTcrlliol by Wllllnm C. Froomnn,
Aflwiclnlml with Pntil lltock, Inc.,
Nrw Yiirk, ChicnKO, IVtrolt, Hoi-,
ton.
Only three days after today re
main for those who have not yet
seen tills MASTER EXPOSI
TION OF MODERN TIMES
to sec It.
IT WILL BE A GREAT PITY
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT.
WILLIAM G. McADOO, Ex-Secretary
of the Treasury ia very
level headed business man, who
Is not ulven to saying things he
does not mean, told mc that this
CENTENARY
CELEBRATION
COLUMBU3 ,
Is the most unique, the most re
markable, the most constructive,
the most far-reaching exposition
he had ever seen.
He was tremondously pleased al
so with the wonderful attention
he received from over 15,000
people who heard him deliver
his great League of Nations
speech, from the grandstand In
the oval, on July Fourth one
of the hottest days either he or
his hearers ever experienced.
BUT HEAT DOES NOT AF
FECT THE ARDOR OF THE
PEOPLE WHO ATTEND THIS
CENTENARY CELEBRATION.
NOTHING AFFECTS IT.
There Is a great wave of approv
al and deep appreciation shown
by tho hundreds of thousands of
people that have seen It.
Everywhere I went among the
crowds during tho 72 hours I
visited this GREAT EXP08I
TION 0 days I heard most en
thusiastic comments.
Furthermore, a great many men
and women to whom I spoke
without the formality cf Intro
duction (this Illustrates the dem
ocracy of this wonderful Exposi
tion) said to me:
This Centenary Celebration
should repeat Itself In all sec
tions of the United States, for It
lo a marvelous example of what
can be accomplished In rebuild
ing the world when the work
done by so many thousands of
earnest men and women, who
give up everything for the bene
fit of others lo go Intelligent, so
humano, co sincere, so helpful."
I believe myself that the Centen
ary Colebratlon, which has prov
ed to be far more Improsslve
and effective than even the com
mittee In charge and the thous
ands of volunteer workers, who
helped so wonderfully to make
It a success dreamed It would
be that there will bo a great
cry go up In nil parts of Ameri
ca "BRING IT TO U8I BRING IT
TO USI WE WANT TO SEE
WHAT 18 BEING DONE TO
PUT ALL PEOPLES OF ALL
COUNTRIES ON THE 8AME
FOOTING A8 WE ARE HERE
IN AMERICA."
JOSEPHU3 DANIEL8,secretary
of tho Navy fine Christian gen
tleman that he Is, visited the
Exposition on July Sth.
Ho talked to representative of
the great body of Methodist
Minute Men now representing
an enrollment of over 68,000
and, nccuttomed as he Is - to
"wonder work" on the part of '
the great bodlcB of earnest and
fearless fighting men, ho mar
vels at the grand work accom
plished by these Methodist Min
ute Men and he alio marvels
at the magnificent display of ex
hlblts that Illustrate the thor
oughness with which Methodist
Missionaries perform their char
ities and humanities In foreign
lands.
Oh, readers, this Centenary Cele
bration openo wide the door to
you to get a closer and surer
grip on your own humanities.
You need the human lesson It
will teach you as well as tho In
tellectual treat that It will give
you.
See It before It closes Its gates
on. Sunday evening, July 13th.
Centenary
Celebration
Columbus
FREDER
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M.
Mr. Glenn McDrltlo nnd wlfo
Mansfield wcro tho guests of T.
Dill mul wlfo Inst Sunday.
Tho grocery firm of llnrnhard &
Pnrmonter lias dissolved partnership,
tho latter retiring.
James Dickey nnd wlfo of T.oxlng
ton woro tlio guests of Henry Thomp
son and wlfo the past weck-ond.
George Kunkel nnd wlfo of Elyrla
have boon guests In tlio family of T.
M. Dill of this place and Miss Iluth
Itohlor of Mt. Vernon.
Lylo Terry nnd family of Mnns
field visited tlio, Tory-Stlnonictz rela
tives hero n part of last week.
Karl Whitney nnd family of Indi
anapolis, lnd aro tho guests of her
mother, Mrs. Kiln G. Portor.
John C. Daguo went to Columbus
Wednesday to spend several dnys nt
tlio centenary.
Miss Ilertlm Harmon, who lias been
visiting in tlio family of howls Long,
northeast of town, tho past threo
weeks, returned to his homo in Mil
lershurg last Sunday.
Thomas 1). llrown, n life-long resi
dent of llerlln township, died at his
homo in Ankonytown Inst Monday nt
tlio ngo of 09 years. "Deacon," ns ho
was commonly called, was well known
throughout this part of tho county ns
for years ho was engaged in stock
buying. Ho nnd not been in good
health for some time, tho Jmmodinto
cnuso of death being heart affection.
Ho loaves u wlfo and three (laugh
tors, ono of whom lives In Cleveland
and tho otlftfr, Mrs. A. H. Fox nnd
Mrs. Guy Ewers, nro residents of this
place. Funeral services were hold
Wednesday.
'Sqnlro John Kannga and daugh
ter, Miss Dorn, viBlted relatives in
Cleveland n pnrt of last and this
week.
Miss Adnh Murphy, stenographer
In tho ofllco of C. K. Mcllrldo, Mans
field, was tlio guost of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy, from
Thursday to Sunday.
John Dickey, of Detroit, Mich., for
merly of this placo, spent sovoral
days last week with J. 1J. Footo and
wlfo nnd other rolnUvos hero.
Harry C. Gibson, who taw over
seas service with Base Hospital No.
CO, arrived homo lust Monday, looking
wol and perfectly satisfied to bo at
homo.
Mrs. Dciilah Spencer of Indianapo
lis, Ind., Is tho guest of her parents,
Editor J. C. McCreury nnd wlfo.
J. U. Footo was In Newark on busi
ness' Wednesday.
John McCrory was called to Ash
land last Thursday to nttond tho fun
eral of a cousin which was hold thoro
Frldny.
Remember tho big Lincoln chuutnu
qua, July HO to Aug. 4.
All subscribers to Tho Ilannor in
this vicinity who nro interested In
making Tho Ilannor u hotter paper,
phono your news items to No. 3uu,
Mrs. Loo Lonnnrd of O Irani, Pa., n
former resident of this plnco, Is vis
iting nor brother, Loo Ilolllbaugh, and
sister, Mrs. James Coutor.
Kenneth Hurst and wlfo, of Colum
bus, woro tho guests of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I). B. Hurst, n part of
lust wook.
Miss Iluth Mount, daughter of El
liott O. Mount nnd wlfo, of Fremont,
Nob,, Is visiting tho Mount relatives
hero.
Mrs. Hoy Koyos and children nro
visiting Munsllold rolutlvoH this wook.
Edward Slinw of Shelby was tho
guont of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mur
phy lust Thursday and Friday.
Curl Tuttlo and daughter, Louiso,
of Columbus, visited his rnmlly horo
tho hitter purt of last wook.
Harry Conrad of Los Angolos, Cal.,
who was In Cuuip Custer, Mich., stop
pod on horo this wook to visit llry
uiit Meredith nnd wife. IIo wont to
Chestervlllo Wednesday to visit, ho
having formerly llveu thore.
Mrs. William Johns and child, who
have been living at South Hend, lnd.,
nre the guests of her parents, Itev. "X
W. Weekly nnd wlfo. They nro ship
ping their household goods to Minne
sota, where they will reside.
Misses Allco Weston nnd Jonnlo
Fnwcott are tho guests of llryant
Chnndler nnd family at Columbus and
aro also attondlng the centenary.
We have n suggestion to offer tlio
Community club and wo think It ono
worthy of consldorntlon. Frederick
town nnd vicinity had over forty boys
In tho great world war. Other coni
niuultlcs are erecting some sort of n
memorial or u trlbulo for their ser
vice. This could bo dono horo In the
way o( a fountain in somo part of our'
public park. The water Is already
piped there with sufficient, pressure
and tho conditions for drainago are
jierfoet. This would not only servo
to honor tho boys In khnki hut would
bo nn ornament that would add to
tho beauty of tho park and would re
flect credit on tho promoters of the
project.
Council met In regular session Mon
day evening, and after transacting the
routino business, took up tho ques
tion of the removal of tho stock
yards. The yards, which nro situated
on Mansfield avenue, huve long been
an eyesore to tho residents of that
avonue, and not only Unit but It had
como to a point where they woro on
tho point of having to purchnso gas
masks, as tho stench had becomo
stifling. Then stock was placed thoro
and left several days at a time and
tho'bloating of Iambs, tho bawling of
calves and cows, mingled with tho P.
D. Armour squeal, all went to make
life miserable on this avenue. Somo
time ago, tho stato board of health
got wlso as to tho unsanitary condi
tions nt tho yards and paid thorn n
personal visit, tho result being that
tho company was notified to rcmovo
tho ynrds to a moro remote location.
On this samo visit John Jones wns
appointed as health olllcer of thu vil
lage, with power to clean up, tho act
of which was npproved by council
at its meeting, nnd wo enn now look
forward to a gonornl cleaning up of
tho unsightly and disonso-breodlng
places, of which thero aro n fow. Now
If tho flro marshal can put next somo
of tho unsightly buildings can bo
junkod.
Thoro will ho regular preaching
sorvlccs nt tho M. E. church next
Sunday and, It posslhlo, a former pas
tor will fill tho pulpit.
Mrs. William Jacobs who wns re
cently oporated uponf nt ML, Car
mol hospital, Columbus, wns brought
homo In nn ambulance last Saturday,
making tho trip in comfort, nnd nt
prosont is gottlng nlong nicely. Mr.
.Incobs wont over nnd accompanied
her homo.
Mr. A. C, Hiiddlo, wlio recently un
derwent his socond operation, is do
ing woll nnd his many friends hope
to soon son him roturn to homo nnd
business activities.
Tho I. O. O. F, lodges of Frederick
town and Lovorlng will hold their
memorial sorvlccs In tho Christian
church nt Lovorlng on Sunday, July
13, nt 2 o'clock. Thoro will he good
muslo nnd good spcnklng. All Odd
Follows nro roquosted to nttond.
Miss Lnurn Urontllngor, who is em
ployed In tho oIHpo of tho Ohio In
dustrie Commission, Columbus, was
tho wook-onil guest of her pnronts,
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II. nrontllngor.
Mrs. Fred Urontllngor nnd daugh
ters and Miss Iluth Urontllngor hnvo
gone on a two woeks' visit with rol
ntlvos nt Ashland.
Wayne Phillips nnd wlfo nnd Will
Iluckor nttondod tho centenary nt Co
lumbus Thursday.
RED GROSS NURSE
IS COMING HERE
Public Health Nursing and Home
Hygiene, Instruction Part of
Peace Time Frogram.
SPEAKS AT CHAUTAUQUA.
"Nurse tho Most Needed Woman In the
World," Says Miss Jane A. Delano,
Director of the Department of Nurs
ing of the American Red Cross.
Lift off Corns!
doesn't hurt a bit, and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
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Mr. nnd Mrs. Nelson Culllson of
Colorado, nnd Mr. nnd Airs. Miles
Plgmnu of West Carlisle called on
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chirk Schoolor and oth
er rolatlvou horo Monday.
Mt. SCIon wns woll roprosontod nt
Mt. Vernon on tho l-ourth.
Mrs. "Wolth.1 Howell of Newark Is
visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Frank
Itinohnrt. " 'Wl '111
Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Donnhoy nnd
dnughtor, Otta, of Newark, spent last
Monday nnd Tuesday with their par
ents horo. Miss Uttu romnlned to
upend tho summer nt Mt. Ion.
Harrison Elbort nnd wlfo, of Now
ark, spoilt Sunday and Monday with
Mr. unci Mrs. Earl llurch.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor of Clovo
land spent tho wouk-ond with hor par
outs horo.
With your lingers! You enn lift off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn ho
twoon tho toos, and tho hard skin cal
limes from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottlo of "Froezono" costs
llttjo nt nny drug storo; apply a fow
drops upon tho corns or callus. In
stantly It stops hurting, then Bhortly
you lift that bothersome corn or cal
lus right off, root and nil, without ono
bit of puln or soreness. Truly! No
luimlitiL'!
CHURCH NOTE
Following is tho church notlco for
Sunday, July 13, of tho Howard nnd
WoHloy Chapel M. E. churches, of
which llov. Fronch A. Gllmoro Is pas
tor: Howard Sundny school nt 0:C0;
Georgo A. Grlium, superintendent.
Morning worship at 10:30, sermon by
tho pntosr. 1'rayor servlco YcdIlo3
day ovnlng at 8:30,
Wosloy Chapol Sunday school at
0:30 a.m.; Elinor Knylor, superintend
ent. Evening worship at 8:30.
A cordial invitation is oxtondod to
all theso services.
To plnco tho public henlth on a
higher plnno than it lias over been is
tho object of- n national program un
dertaken by the American lied Cross
ns part of its peace time plnn. From
coast to coast nnd from hikes to gulf
the lied Cross Is spreading tho gospel
of good henlth and o tho proper caro
of the sick by fostcilng the study nnd
practice of nursing, both by organized
public henlth activities nnd by mem
bers of tho family In every home.
Through tho Chautauqua nn olllcinl
representative of tho lied Cross De
partment of Nursing will 'soon toll the
people of this community tho story of
what is being done nnd will ask their
co-opcrntlon.
One of the great lessons of tho world
war Is found in the unnecessarily low
standards of physical health revealed.
This wns brought out most forcibly In
the great number of rejections of
young men 'called to tho colors under
tho Selective Servlco Law. ltccords
show that throughout the United
States one-third of tho young men ex
amined for military service were dis
qualified from bearing arms for their
country through minor physical de
fects, a lurge proportion of which
might havobeon nvolded by compul
sory school examination and proper
medical and nursing care.
Urgent Need of Nurses,
further prbot of the general urgent
need of women trained In nursing was
supplied by the epidemics of Spanish
Influenza that have caused terrific
loss of life and suffering throughout
tho country. Hundreds of thousands
of persons died, nnd In many commu
nities tho plague spread without nny
ndequato means, of checking It because
of the Impossibility of obtaining wom
en cnpablo of caring for tho victims,
lleports show that many persons ac
tually died without attention because
the overworked doctors could not
reach them all, nurses could not be
found who knew what to do, and
neighbors feared to go near tho help
less patients. ( .
Tho uselcssness and dnngcr of such
n waste of "human power" Is only too
apparent, for the henlth and strength
.of a nation can only bo measured by
the henlth and strength of Its people.
Recognizing the fnct thnt the crux "of
tho wholo sltuntlon lies in giving every
community the means of building up
its own nursing strength, tho Ameri
can lied Cross, In co-operation with
tho various Chnutuunuas, Is Bending
broadcast the message that nono can
'afford to ignore.
Phases of Public Health Nursing.
Public health nursing Includes many
phases, audi as bedside nursing, In
which the nurso -.Islts tho patients
nnd gives them hourly caro as neces
sary j school nursing; euro of expect-
nnt mothers, babies and small chil
dren ; work In factories und Industrial
centers; rurnl nursing, and Instruc
tion In lied Cross courses, homo hygi
ene, homo dietetics, care of tho sick,
and various other forms of commu
nity servlco.
To nil American women tho Red
Cross sends this message:
"If you aro Interested In nursing
as a profession, enter one of tho train
ing schools for'hurses, mnny of which
offer scholarships, and spcclulizo In
public health work. If you nre al
ready a graduate nurse and anxious
to enter this Jl?d, tho Red Cross has
.scholarships and1 loan funds which
will equip yon for this woik. Wives
and mothers uie urged to take the Red
Cross Courso of Instruction in Homo,
iiygieno nuu care ol the Sick so that
,they will bo ablo to maintain to the
highest degreo tho henlth and to nurse
members of their household In tlmo of
minor illnesses'
Throughout the length nnd breadth
of tho land tho American Red Croi.fi,
sprendlng the gospel of good health, Is
sounding n cull to American women to
ndopt tlio study of nursing, either to
Join a profession which is dnlly be
coming moro highly vnlucd or to lit
themselves for nursing in tho home.
Tho Red Cross lecturer soon to np
pear her will, help hor hearers visual
izo tho rcmnrkablo history of nursing
service at home and abroad nnd will
expound tho Ideals of health conserva
tion so often neglected In many com
i munltles. Supplementing tho senti
mental sldo of nursing, the mother
touch, tho lecturer will glvo n demon
stration of efllclency in tho sick room.
Modern methods, of sanitation und sci
entific handling of tho individual sick
and of epidemics will also bo outlined
to her audience.
Comfort is so largely a
matter of
Underwear
That youcannot be too careful of the kind you buy. Urfderwear that
looks well when new does not always give satisf action; there is the fit to be con
sidered, the washing qualities and the kind of material of which the garment
is made Years of careful study have enabled us to select garments that com
bine all of these good qualities. We have dozens of styles of Underwear for
men, women and children so many in fact that you can surely find hero just
the kind you want.
50 c
MEN'S QALBRIGQAN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
At GOc each. Thu shirts nro made with long
or short sleeves nnd tho drawers with
double gusset. Each
MEN'8 ATHLETIC NAINSOOK UNION SUITS
Aio very popular In a light weight ft?
garment at I ij C
ANOTHER ATHLETIC STYLE UNION SUIT
For men Is made of a liner quality Nainsook
with closed crotch and elastic ft f OJ
waist band; it soils for P JL .40
MEN'S BALBRIGGAN CLOSED CROTCH UNION
SUITS Are mndo with short sleeves and logs
In nnklo length;
at
FINE JERSEY RIBBED, BLEACHED WHITE
UNION SUITS For men; como with short
ideoves nnd In nnklo length; d E?f
BOYS ATHLETIC STYLE NAINSOOK UNION
.KoolFit make) Come In sizes up to pffk
34 nnd aro special at njfJ C
POROS UNION SUITS In all boys 5T-
sizes at , i wC
$1 .25
LADIES' SWISS RIBBED COMFY CUT UNION
SUITS Lace trimmed are In sizes 38 nnd 42
only and theroforo very specially on
priced at jZJ C
LADIES' FINE RIBBED, SILK TRIMMED UNION
..SUITS aro mndo with loose or tight knoo;
regular sizes aro priced f .
at OUC
Out sizes Ck
nt OVC
WOMEN'S LISLE FINISH, SILK TRIMMED
UNION SUITS With loose or tight knoo aro
priced at 75c for tho regular sizes and 8Go for
tho out sizes.
PANDORA STYLE, 3 piece LISLE THREAD
UNION SUITS with loose or tight kneo aro
oxtra values at $1.00 and $1.25.
LADIES CUMFY CUT SLEEVELESS VESTS
aro specially priced
at
OTHER SLEEVELESS VESTS
At 19c, 25c, 35c and 50c
WOMEN'S LARGE SIZE SHAPED, SLEEVE
LESS VESTS Are 25c and 50c for Bizes up
to 48.
15c
Tho above are Just a few of the items In great demand right now. if the style you)
want! Is not mentioned here you'll probably find it in stock any way. Let us help solve
your underwear1 problems.
Shirts for Men!
Waists for Boys!
Rompers for Children!
Men's good qualitj Work Shirts are made of
light and dark clmmbray Ginghams, heavy blue or
gray Cheviots and Khaki cloth. They are worth
$1 .25, but for a few days are priced -qq
-J fvwi
MEN'3 HYDEGRADE BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS
Come in slzo up to 17
at
$1.25
MEN'S GOOD QUALITY PERCALE DRESS
SHIRTS In coat stylo aro attractively QQ
priced. Good patterns. At ., Oif C
E. AND W. FINE PERCALE DRESS SHIRTS
Aro made with stiff or soft cuffs and nro special
ly priced at .....$1.50 and $1.63
BOYS' PERCALE WAISTS In light or dark pat
terns, nro . '. ,65c and 98c
MOTHERS want the children's ROMPERS AND
PLAY SUITS well made. We think these will
stand the strain of hard wear,. Light or dark
colors.
98c&$1.25
During July and August this Store will close on Thursdays at Noon
XlJdcudsldtu Goods Ok
NURSES FOLLOWED THE ARMY.
"For four years," doclarcs Miss Jano
A. Delano, Director of tho Department
of Nursing of tho American Red Cross,
"whoruvcr tho armies of Kuropo nnd
America hnvo gono tho Red Cross
nurses followed. Now thnt pcaco has
como, bho is st)ll the most noeded wo
man In thu world, for it is her priv
llgo to lead In a great natlon-wida
crubudo ngutnst the Ignorance nnd neg
lect which allows epidemics und dis
ease to drain tho vitality and tho life
of, our cltlzeD,'' . i
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