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CONFER WITH THE
Work on Sanatorium Road
To Be Started In A
ROAD TO BE BUILT
OUT OF CONCRETE
Commissioners Award Con
tract For Bridge Abut
ments; Court Notes
II. S: Rlddlonnd and D. S. Creamer
members oC tlio stato board of admin
intrntion, woro In Alt. Vernon Monday
afternoon In conferonco with the
Knox county commissioners rolatlvo
to the building of tlio road from tho
Coshocton road to the Ohio State
During tho conforenrq it was
ngrecd that tho read shall bo con
structed of cement. Tlio stato agrees
to oxpond tho sum of $20,000, appro
priated by tho legislature, towards,
the Improvement of tho road, and tTto
c'ommlssionci.s agreed that Knox
county would pay tho balance Tho
cntlro cost of tho Improvement has
not yet been estimated. It was first
thought best to uso brick on tho road
and that tho lirick could bo obtained
at cost from tho ntato plant at June
ion City, hut after tho conference on
Monday, It was determined that a
concrete road could be constructed at
a lesser cost. Consequently it was
decided to build thd road of concroto.
Work on tho road will bo Btarted in
a week or so, according to the state
ment of County Surveyor C. B. Shaw
Contract Is Let
Tlio Knox county commissioners,
at tholr session Monday, awarded a
contract to Irwin Tiros, for building
abutments' to tlio McMahon bridgo
and tho Iliggs bridgo, both located in
Ploasant township. Tho contract price
Divorce Is Granted
Thomas Gnlnor was granted a di
vorce from Emma Galnor by Judge
Blair in tho court,, of common picas
Monday afternoon. -' -
Eugeno W. Mondcnhall and Jj. C.
Mcudenhall havo boon appointed ex
ecutors of Miller Mendenhall in tho
probate court of Knox county. Bond
fS.riOO. Tho' sureties nro Georgo N.
Rcagh and Charles Sllnmsr. Tlio ap
praisers nro William Carson, J. II.
Jenkins nnd Frank Inks.
Real Estate Transfers
W. C. Knglehnrt to Emma Rnglo
hart, parcel In Ilownrd, lovo and af
fection. Madge Collo to J. E. Miser, parcel
in Clinton, ?1.
tilbrgan Lnudorbaiigh to W. A.
Ilobbs, parcel in Mt. Vernon, ?1.
Nancy A. Wright to Georgo Soig
wart, parcel in city, $1.
Discharge Papers Filed
Tho following Knox county sol
diers filed) their dischargo papers in
tho office of tho county recorder on
Tuosdny: Loo n. Thrailklll and Clif
ford M. Tlrown. Glenn It. Ward, dis
charged from tho navy, nlso filed his
Curtis E. McManis, oxocutor of Lu
vlca E. Glasgow, commenced suit in
tho court of common pleas, Wednes
day, asking tho court to coustruo the
wjll of tl.u Into Luvlca E. Glasgow.
Dana L. IIoho and others aro named
Savings Deposited on or1
before Thursday, July
10th, will draw interest,
from July 1st at The
i Bie; Bank. Home of
Safety and Service, '
West Side Public
Jas. Israel, Pres.
B. D. Herron, V. Pres.
H. S. Workman, Cash.
0t iU"'l'wifri ;
jnh defendants In lio ease.
Tho plaintiff states that according
to the provisions nt tho wilt of I.u
vlea IC, Glasgow, ho l'as tho nntln'K
of property locntod at 724 EaHt Vino
street. Ho stales that ho Is uncer
tain as to his duties as oxocutor and
askH the court to glvo n contraction
of the will, Ewnlt & Dlnlr ropreppnt
In tho same cuso n separata answer
has boon' filed by Columbus Kwiilt,
giiardlnn of Dana I,, lioso. Tho suard
Ian hays that It Is necessary to sell
the real eslnlo to pay tho debts and
that tho property Is worth f IfiOO, Tho
aiiRWerlng defendant also asks tho
court to doflno his duties ns gunrdlaii,
Ewalt & Illalr represent tho defend
Aaks for Divorce
Orval O. Davis has commenced a
suit for dlvorco In tho court of com
mon pleas of Knox county against Zo-
The plaintiff states they woro mar
ried In Juno, 1914, nnd that no chil
dren were born to them. Ho charges
tho defendant with gross neglect and
states that sho refuses to live with
him. Tho attorney for tho plaintiff
13 William M. Koons.
Decree of Foreclosure
In tho eano of Day vs. McCrcary, n
docrco or foreclosure has boon issued
In tho court of common pleas of Knox
William A. Hosack, administrator
of Georgo Koys, has fliod a distribu
tive account in probalo, which shows
tho following: Itcceivod $4,32G.71,
paid out the samo sum.
Clinton M. nico, administrator of
Noali Nybart, has commenced suit in
probato court against J. J. Nyhart, In
which ho asks for an order from tho
court directing him to sell real estate.
An order of appraisement has been
A thjrd partial account has been
filed in probate by L. D. Shipley,
guardian of Horatio T. Shiploy, which
shows thg following: Received ?G,
200.87. Amount to hold by tho guard
ian: $4,1500 In bonds, ?732.89 in cash.
$4,000 in Liberty bonds and a $500
C. E. McManis, executor of Luvlca
E. Glasgow, has Mod a salo bill in tho
probajo court of Knox county, show
ing porsonah effects sold to tho value
Morel Elmo Myers, farmor, and
Holen Marguerite Morcland, both of
Ccntorburg. Rev. L. G. Walker.
Real Estate Transfers
Frank Slmpkins to John M. Squires,
parcel 'in city, $1.
A. P. Stauffor to Jolin'M. SqulroB,
parcel in cltv, $C5.
James L. Smith to II. V. Dowltt, lot
In Mt. Holly, $750.
Emma Lyons to John II. Sellers,
142 acres In Wayne, $1.
D". M. flrumbach to Frodorlcktown
Farmers Exrhango, parcel in Frodor
John C. May to Ellas Byrd, parcel
in city, $1.
Bay C. Scarbrotigh to Mary E. Ir
vlno, parcel in city, $1.
.Tamos Israel to Stofona Tedesso,
parcol In Clinton, $1, '
U. S. Army Discharges
Tho following Knox county soldicr.1
filed tlioir nrmy discharges for record
In the offlco of tho county recorder
on Wednesday: Raymond Nolhol,
Blnko Barnes and Jay S. McDovitT:,
PREMIUM LISTS FOR
FAIR ARE NOW READY
Tho premium lists for tho annual
Knox county fair, to ho held August
19-22, nro ready for distribution nnd
can bo had by calling upon or wrltlrig
Charles L. Bormont, Secretary, FlrBt
National Bank building, Mt. Vernon,
MRS. O'BRIAN DIES
IN HAMMOND, IND.
Mm. Cornelius O'Brian died at 1:45
o'clock Wednesday morning at her
homo In Hammond, Ind., after an Ill
ness of typhoid fovor, according to
word received by rolatlves in this
city. Mrs. O'Brian was 20 years old
and Is survived by hor husband nnd
a daughter, 20 months old. Mr. O'
Brian Is a son of Mr. Michael O'Brian
of this city. Burial in Hammond.
IN A MACHINE
Alfred Hall had tho small finger on
his right hand severely mashed Tues
day hllo "employed at tho C. & G.
Cooper) Co. 'He was moved to the Mt.
Vernon hospital, where a portion of
the finger was amputated.
LIFTER KNOX CO
Mr. Morrison Presents The
Matter Before Chamber
of Commerce Today
An effort will bo mnde, It Is quite
probable, to havo one of tho many
flhlps now bolng assembled at tho
Hog Island shipyards, Philadelphia,
Pa., named for Knox county.
Mr. Rodney Morrlspn, Jr., speaking
at tho Chamber of Cominorco Wed
nesday noon, told of certain counties,
In different states, which had put ov
or tho big Liberty Loans and various
drives, and as a result 'tho govern
ment authorities had named ships for
such counties. '
All tho loans havo gono ov vw
In Knox county. Tho spoakor was of
tho opinion that if tho proper commit
too got busy nnd kept after tho mat
ter, It is posslblo to havo one of tho
ships named after this county.
Some months ago, tho authorities
clnistoned "Tho Mt. Vernon Bridgo,"
honoring tho Mt. Vernon Bridge Co.,
which did such good work In supply.
Ing certain parts for all tho ships.
DEIKG MADE OUT OF
RAISINS AND WATER
Sheriff Mosholdor has discovered a
now drlnlc mado in Mt. Vornon.
Tho now drink has been given tha
name of "raisin jack" and, according
to tho ofilcors, it hns a powerful kick.
Tlio shoriff was informed Monday
night by residents of South Vernon
that a certain Italian in tho vicinity
of tho Pittsburgh Plato Glass factory
was doing a big business in somo kind
of wot goods. Sheriff Mosholdor, Dop
uty Sheriff Lytlo and Acting Chief of
Polico McElroy went to tho houso In
question lato Monday night. Tho
owner of tho housp received tho offi
cers with groat hospitality and In
vited them to participate of his new
drink. Tho liquid had tho color of
cider and rcsombled cider in smoll
and tasto, so tho officers say. Tho
Italian had been making barrolsj'of
tho stuff nnd had it stored away In
his collar. Ho said that ho mado tho
drink out of water, raisins and yeast.
Oflicers stato that a numbor of por
sons havo boon purchasing tho "rais
in jack" and havo become Intnxlmt.
Shoriff Mosholdor obtained a pint
of tho now drink and will send it to
Columbus today for an analysis to do
termino tho percentago of alcohol.
If tho analysis shows u cortaln per
centago of alcohol, arrests will bo
mado, so the shoriff stated Tuesday
Dr. William T. Brown of tho Onan
dnga Sanatorium, Syracuse N, Y.,
has succooded Dr. Louis Marks as
assistant physician of tho Ohio Stato
sanatorium, ur. Marks on July 1 as
sumod tho medical directorship of
rtocky Glen Sanatorium at McCan.'
OF S. BEND SCHOOLS
Prof, W. W. Borden, formorly of
Knox county, has tendered his resig
nation ns suporintoudent of the pub
lic schools at Bucyrus, to accept tho
superintendoncy of the public schools
nt South Bond, Ind.
J. B. SMITH STRICKEN
BIHNK HAVEN, July 8 J. B.
Smith, a well-known resident of this
place, was stricken with paralysis
this morning. His condition is ser
A son was born Monday, at the Mt.
Vernon hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Er
nost Trenwith of East Gambler street.
A daughter was born Monday nf
tornoon to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stauf
fer of East High street.
NEW PHYSICIAN A
BORDEN AT TE HEAD
ML VERNON PEOPLE
Committee On Arrangements
In Charge of Sunday School
Conference Issues A
Tho local commlttoo on nrrnngo
monts for tho state young people's
Sunday school conference wishes in
thank, through tho columns of Tho
Banner, all tho good peoplo of Mt.
Vornon and tho county for their nrac
tlcal holp In providing ndecmato enter-
tnlnmont for all our guests. In fact,
a great surplus of accommodations
was secured, since tho attendance
was much bolow all estimates. We
did our part, so' as usual wo wont
"over tho top."
A rocont communication from Mr.
Herbert C. Mayor, stato superintend
ent of tho young peoples' division of
tho Ohio Sunday School association,
says: "Lot mo tako this opportunity
to thank you for your untiring efforts
in entertaining tho stato conforonco
at Mt. Vernon. I feel wo owo a great
deal to yon for tho way In which you
planned and worked.
"I trust that Mt. Vernon and Knox
county may havo received somo re
ward for tho flno way In which tho
conforonce was entertained. I wish
you would pass on to your commit
too and community my slncerest ap
preciation of the work which each
one of them did."
Tho local commltteo thanks the
newspapers for generous spaco, tho
peoplo genorally for financial help,
and for tho hospitality in opening
their hearts and homes to our guests.
J. A. LONG, It. S, GOODELL,
Gen. Chairmen on Arrangements,
W. C. T. 0.
Frances Willard W. 'C. T. U. met on
Tuesday ovenlng with' Miss Anson, N.
Main street, with President Walker in
Singing, The Fight, Is On.
Mr. Anson read John 15 and offer
ed prayer. .
A basket of fruit was recently sent
to a sick soldier.
Tho program, on Anti-Narcotics and
Suffrage, wan ns follows:
Cigarotto Smoklngt .nnd Tubercu
losis Mrs. Moore., " ,
Tho Danger of Habit -Forming
Drugs Mrs. Kooloy. '
"Liout. 0"Brlcn did' not Smoko"
Picnics vs. Pipes Mrs. Cora Be
bout. How Would You Like? Mrs. Wine-
Aunt Dolln Wants to Vote Mrs.
Preparing Women for, Citizenship
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Suffragist
Mr. Dan Stono spoke of tho long
fight on siavory and said wo must
fight long nnd hard against liquor and
With singing "Battlo Hymn of tho
Republic" and tho benediction, the
mooting was adjourned for two
Tho hostoss served dainty refresh
ments in tho social hour. Soveral
strangers and visitors, wore prosent.
Visitors aro always welcome; como
and seo what our work. Is Hko.
TAKEN BY THE U. S.
By Adinclnted Press to Tho Banner)
MEXICO CITY, July 9 The United
States took virtually all tho 1918 oil
production of Mexico, about 7,500,000
tons, according to published summar
ies credited to tho department of in
dustry, commerce and labor. To Uncle
Sam is credited exports of 0,405,731
tons, with England taking 134,184
tons and Chile leading South Ameri
can Importors with G30.88C.
LEAVE ON A 21-DAY
Dr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Larlmore, Fran
cos McKlnloy, William McKInley nnd
Mrs. Luah Butler, Lima, left today for
a 21-day automobilo trip through tho
states of Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois
and Michigan, Among the cities they
will visit are Chicago, Milwaukee,
South Bend, Ind., Detroit, Mich., and
Mastor Harold Hutchinson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchinson of
Orrvlllo, underwent an operation nt
tho Mt. Vernon hospital this morn
ing. DORSEY IS HOME
Word was received here today that
Sgt. Lewis Dorsey had arrived at New
York City from several months ser
vice at LeMana, France.
Ml . .
U i society
K 11 M.
Messrs. Leon and Edmond Lnmbl
otto of Mfshnwaka, Indiana, formerly
of this city, woro tho honor guests at
ft dinner party given Monday evening
by Mr. A. B. Clark at his homo on
West Gomhler street. Covers wero
laid for the following guests:
Messrs. Leon and .Edmond Lam
blotto, Arthur Hanleq, Louis Frero,
William (lleason, Theodoro Jacquet,
Samuel Athcrton and the host.
At Country Club
On Wednesday night, tho fourth
subscription danco of the season Will
bo held at the Mt. Vernon Country
club. Music will be furnished by
Parker's orchestra and dancing will
begin promptly nt 8 o'clock. Punch
is to bo served throughout the even
ing. Tlio commltteo Is composed or:
Mrs. II. V. Smoots. Mr. and Mrs n. rt
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Daney
and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Larson.
Mr: nnd Mrs. Frederick Farrlson
very pleasantly entertained tho mom-
uers or tlio Swastika club at their
homo on North Division street Mon
uay evening, -rnroo tables of five
hundred wero played during the even
ing and light refreshments woro
served by tho hostess to Mr. and Mrs.
J. Durbln, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fultz, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Lybarger, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hay Tucker, Mrs. Mellio Mc
Glade and air. Isaac Walcutt. Tho
club will meet again in two weeks
nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ly
barger on West High street.
Mrs. D. F. Herdman entertained a
numbor of young peoplo at .her homo
on Howard street last evening in
honor of her house guest and niece,
Miss Glonna Lohr, of Crestline, Ohio.
Those present were: Harriet Krafft,
Mary Uansom and Gladys Murrin,
I'aul Turner, Claude Tiirbin, Encil
plotcher, Harry Herdman and Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Turner.
Music and dancing wero enjoyed
and refreshments were served during
tho evening. Miss Lohr returned to
her homo in Crestlino Tuesday after
spending fqur weeks with relatives
in, this city.
W. B.A. "
The Woman's Benefit association of
tho Maccabees m?t Tuesday evniing
In the Mnccabeo hall. Sixty members
were present and at tho business res
slon the first degree was conferred
on a class of ten.
Mrs. William Rose celebrated her
78th birthday anniversary Tuesday
at her homo on South Jefferson street.
Many of Mrs. Rose's friends called
during the day to extend their con
Mr. Morel E. Myers and Mls3 Helen
Marguerite Morcland, both of Center
burg, were united In marriage at 5:00
o'clock Tuosday afternoon at the homo
of tho officiating minister, Rev. L. G.
Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Myers will
mnko their homo on a farm near Cen
S. S. Picnic
The annual Sunday school picnic of
St. Paul's Episcopal church was held
Tuesday afternoon at Ball's Grove,
north of the city. A large number
attended. Tho afternoon was dovi.trd
to games and other nmusoments for
the children and at six o'clock a de
licious picnic 'supper was served.
Quite a number of the members of
tho church wont out for supper.
Women of Mooseheart
Tho Vouipn of Mooseheart Legion
were pleasantly entertained Tuesday
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Fred
erick 1'vrlHou on North Division
siieet. A short business meeting was
held, after vhlch a social hour was
enjoyed. Refreshments wero se.-vod
by Mrs Tcrrifon, Mrs. Glenn CarMslo
nnd Mrs. Fay Smith. Tho Women of
Mooseheart Legion will hold a picnic
supper at Rivorsido park in two
weeks for members and their fam
ilies. The following, from Froderlcktown,
went to Columbus Wednesday to
spend several days attending the
centenary: Miss Mabel Fawcett,
Miss Mary Braddock, Mrs. Munson
Pond, Mrs. Georgo Gallegher and Mrs.
J. S. Roby.
Mr. Bruce Leploy mado a business
trip to Columbus Wednesday.
Miss Elizabeth White and niece, of
Detroit are visiting relatives In Gambler.
MIsbps Eva nnd Alien Kirk havo ns
; tholr guosts their nieces, Miss Ber-
...v mm,, y,i "Preuu, ilir, U, A.
Kiilnht.of Stato College, Pennsylvan
ia, nnd Miss Mary Eva Thomas of
Mt. and Mrs. Harry Vnnco and Mr
and Mrs. Adrian Tate of Columhnn
spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Vnl
Lafover of tho Gambler road.
Mr, Thomas Drlcker and daughter,
Catherine, of Barhorton, aro visiting
relatives In Danville for a number of
Mrs. A. F, Hpuck of Howard was a
visitor in Columbus Wednesday.
Mr. Fred Hayes of East Burgess
street went to Columbua Wednesday
to spend tho day.
jhihbom uuiii and Julia .Murphy-of
North Catherine street aro visiting
relatives in Batavla.
-Miss Hazel Dowltt returned to
Danville Wednesday after visiting
her sister, .Mrs. Paul Woollson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas of Bal
timore, Ohio, spent Tuesday with tho
Misses Eva and Alice Kirk of this
Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Smlthhlsler and
son, Philip, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Hardosty and son nnd daugiiter, have
returned to their home in Akron niter
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Rose of!
-South Jefferson street. They were
accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Styers of
Akron, who has neon vl&Uing here
Mr. E. T. Holllngsworth, Miss Cath
erine Hollingsworth, of Lancaster,
and Mr. J. H. Bushfied of Newark
were visitors in this city Tuesday.
Mr. Michael O'Brian and daughter,
Miss Zeta O'Brian, left Wednesday
for Hammond, Ind., called there by
tho death of Mrs. Cornelius O'Brian.
Mrs. J. E. Nixon and daugiiter, Eu
nice, are in Hammond, Ind., called
there by the sickness and death of
Mrs. Cornelius O'Brian.
Mr. John Huff, a former resident
of Knox county, has been discharged
from the Gallipolis hospital and re
turned to Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Frank E. Carter of Hunting
ton. W. Va., is visiting his mother-in-law,
Mr3. Martha Ewing, Walnut
Miss Estelle Holzworth of Dover Is
a guest of Miss Lucreta Andreas of
Mrs. George Luhresen of Chilli-
cothe went to Gambler Tuesday to
visit relatives after visiting in this
city for a number of days.
Miss Grace Neiderhouser of Dan
ville, who has been visiting relatives
in Illinois, has been called home on
account of tho illness of her aunt.
Miss Mary Jane Somers returned
to her homo in Mansfield this after
noon after spending several days with
Mrs. Thomas Hlllier of North Park
Mrs. Cora Meyers of Columbus is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Gonier Gllll-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaine3 of Dan
ville went to Columbus Monday to
remain several days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Howard of
Ridgewood avenue are spending some
time with their daughter, Mrs. Har
ry Gallant, in Delaware, Ohio. '
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Valentine
have returned to their home in Byes
ville after spending tho week-end
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
K. Valentino of West Chestnut street.
Mrs. Thomas Hillier and Betty Ogg
of North Park street left this morn
ing for Newcastle, Pa., where they
will visit relatives.
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First Good, Shoes.
Second Intelligent Individual Service in fitting.
Wo guarantee the quality of our
Footwear. You'll find it correct in
style and our fitting service guar
antees all-dajT comfort to your feet.
See Our Windows For
Mr. Edward tfnyncA of Now Beth,
lohom, Pn who has beon visiting Mr.
ElmrV Perkins of Wost Sugnr street,
wont to lncnslcr Monday to visit.
Mrs. C. E, Plank of Now York city
Is spending n month with her pnrents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. VanNostrnnd, of
West Burgess street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinney nnd
Mr. and Mrs. John Ansel of Mansfield
spont the weok-end with Mr. and Mr.
Jnmes S. Hess of tho Mansfield roadt
Mr. Clifford M. Brown, who wns
recently discharged from sorvlco anil
has been visiting relatives In this
city, went to East Sparta Tuesday
whero ho will resume his position as
htonographer with' the United Roofing
& Tlio Co.
Mrs. Mabel Stearns of Gambler
spent Monday hero with friends.
Miss Nolllo Loree of North Gny
street Is spending soveral days In Co
lumbus. Mr. Edward Wuchnor spont Mon
day afternoon nnd ovenlng In Colum
bus. Mr. W. R. Grell of Akron was tho
week-end guest of Miss Dorothy Gor
such of Gambior.
Mrs. C. W. Farber and children of
Millersburg spent Tuesday hero.
Mrs. R. Carhart returned to Cleve
land "today after snendlne nnvornt
Mrs. P. S. Kelser wont to Columbus
this morning trf snen.l nnvAni ,inv.
attending the centenary.
Miss Luella Strieker of Bladens
burg Is the guest of Miss Meryl Dar
ling of West Gambler street.
Mrl rind Mrs. Guy Forbing loft for
Cleveland this morning where they
will spend several weeks.
Mrs. Harry Grendon of Cleveland
has returned home after several days'
visit with Mrs. Charles Dorsey.
Messrs. E. W. Huntsberger and
Harold Moushey returned home Mon
day from a visit at Niagara Falls.
Mrs. R. O. Mowery and children of
East Gambler street are spending a
week in Loudonville with relatives.
Capt. J. M. Pumphrey, who has
been spending a furlough with his
family, returned to Camp Sherman to
day. Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Freeman of
East High street are attending the
centenary in Columbus for several
Mr. John S. Schnebly has returned
to Birmingham, Ala., after spending
several weeks in this city recovering
from an attack of malaria fever.
LINGERED TOO LONG
AND MISSED TRAIN
fRv AdsoclatPd Pre.to The BannerJ
BREST, July 9 One American sol
dier who lingered too long saying
gcod-bye to his girl on tho railway
platform as his train was leaving for
Brest, missed his train. Though he
overtook it by getting n ride on the
next, faster train, his commanding of
ficer made him march up and down
in the aisle of the car for five hours
carrying his pack and rifle while the
train was going 175 miles to Brest.
JOINT CONFERENCE HELD
MARION, July 8 A Joint confer
enco of the Church of the Brethren
Sunday schools of Marlon, Wyandot
and Richland counties was held here
Monday. Moderator J. L. Guthrie of
Wyandot county presided. The 1920
Joint conference will be held at Mans
field, it was decided.
3 SOUTH MAIN 8TREET
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
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