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No.' 6 MONUMENT 8QIARE
- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
Published Tuesday Morning and Frlany
t STEPHEN J. DORGAN ' '.
Leasee and Publisher
Metered at the poatodlce, Mt. Vernon,
aQiex county Ohio, aa necond ulaia mall
Otcriptlon Rat 11.50 per yea,
trlctly im advance.
Resolution, ol Respect, Obituaries
ad Cards c2 Thanks, six cents per
FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919
FACTS AND PRICES
"Food riots nro taking placo In many
countries. So far, they have not been
long-continued or of great magnitude.
But the mere fact that in any place,
pcoplo can bo hungry to the rebel
lious point Indicates that Romcthing
Is wrong with tho world.
There is just ono remedy for this
Btato of things. Tho world, sobered
down, must turn to and work
ovortlmo until tho deficits or tho live
years of war is mndo up. Thero Is
only ono way In which a deficit of
work can bo mado up. That Is by
To disdain ono job after another
becauso It docs not .offer all the ad
vantages ono might dcslro does not
help out tho deficit. Taking a job
and working hard at it while keeping
n weather eye out for something bet
tor does help.
It Is not wiso that nny person
should work so long or so hard 'nt his
regular job that ho grows ovortlrcd,
or stalo. But It Is nocossary that ev
eryone should work n Just and sen
sible number of hours per day nt
some creative tusk. That Is what'
keeps the world from getting further
behind. Nvory bit of work done bo
yond that helps fill tho hole.
Growing something In u gardun no
bigger than n window box helps. An
hour or two u week of study along
sorrio useful lino helps. No tlmo spent
In study or research Is over lost.
Study produces tho power to produce.
Tho woman who putH tho now
washers on her own kitchen fiuicpt,
holps. Sho releases the plumber for
work on tho now house down tho
street. Tho man who puts In tho
necdod sholf or tool rack gives tho
corpontor that much moio tlmo Xor
tho now house.
Keeping well holiw the world.
Keeping huiiu and happy helps tho
Prlcos will not go down nor will
wo'lmvo o'no'iiglt extra dollnrs to moot
them until production has filled tho
hole. Kicking aliniit prices does no
good. Nothing docs any good . but
.putting one's shoulder to tho wheel
Somebody has dug up it letter writ
ton to u man In Ilmtford, Conn., In
1S20, by a pioneering brother who had
nettled in Ohio, It contains this In
torcsthig roferonco to the liquor sit
uation of that period:
"Whisky Is tho principal drink used'
In all this western country, and is
drunk in great almmlnnco. The prin
cipal reason of this, probably, Is the
want of a market for their surplus
quantity of gialn, which Induces tho
Inhabitants to convert It into whisky,
which Is very cheap In consequence."
.v Thoro seems to havo1 boon llttlo
"problem" about It In thoso days. It
was ovldcntly not thought of us a
moral problem or ulllclonoy piohlum,
Thoy wanted sqinothjng to drink;
thoy had moio grain than thoy could
oat or hell, ho they mado tholr sur
plus Into whlukny and dwink tho wills-
This experience was duplicated In
njuny quirts of the United States In
the ourfy diiH and to somo extent Iii.
duys not no eaily,
-"Tho whiskey of that tlmo was evi
dently not tho potent H.tii(T to which
tho present generation has boon ac
customed. It wns probably more llko
tlm southern "mooniihlno," which Is
commonly said to bo drunk" "'by tho
tiimberful." without tho rotisoqucnroH
that would result from such consump
tion 'of the iiHiiul high-proof whiskey
of eommorio, Still, It had its effect.
Wltli all tho vlrtuoH possessed by
Uioho pioneering ancestors, sobriety
hardly ranked us high nmntlg theilt n?l
It hnjrtriotig their descemlaiitn of ioj4
cent diTiides. Ami thoy would Havo
i bpen nniossod at the prophetic suggus-
"ftWjJlwit .their giMivIehlldron a1sl
''.'ciiJKraiidOilldron would pronounce
ajcohol mi Intolerable evil.
With tho center of tho stngo
tbfJr own for many weeks thu oh
.Htruotlonlst senators, using mlsropie-
sentatlon of fact, appealing to every,
proudlco aiid passion, resorting to
rlltcitlo alid Insinuation, havo not'on-'
17 Allied to move tho country ut lur$q
from Its firm adhesion to the league
nnd treaty, biu, thoy hao mndo thorn
selves ridiouloiis In thu eyes of tho
nation und tho world. Now, hiw much
chanco will thoy and their ciiuso stand
,i when, tho1 president turns his guiu,up.
on tn'em tho guns ot truth, of logic
HHdvfpijson ns only Woodrow Wilson
' TWO-CENT POSTAGE'
Tho war rates on first class mall
matter havo now been lowered, and
,'lotters may bo mailed for two cents
.an ounce, as. formerly. Postal cards
aro llkowlso reduced from two cents
to tho old one-cent rato.
iJt miiy scorn n trivial thing. Many
pcoplo sny thoy caro llttlo what tho
loftor rate Is they spend so Bmall a
hpart of their Incomo on postage. Hut
it Is no trifle to tho government. That
oxtra cent on lottcrs and postal curds
Increased tho postofllco rovenuos
$126,000,000 In less than two years.
You paid It. Everybody paid It,
though Bomo naturally paid morothun
others. It boro with special weight
on business concerns that uso tho
malls freely for correspondence, nnd
'It resulted In somo usoful Improve
ments nnd reforms, such as stopping
tho wnsteful 'old practlco o always
sending receipts for small payments,
oven when they nro mado by checks,
,wjilch, when endorsed, nre good
enough receipts for anybody. It also
stopped tho cluttering of tho mail
boxes with somo useless correspond
ence, ii ut m tno main, it was a tax
on usoful communication nnd thus a
tax on intelllgonco nnd constructive
business. So It Is well abolished.
Tho government still needs monpy,
but It ran raise It better In somo oth
er wny for oxnmplo, In tho form of
inxes accruing from tho profits on In
creased business duo to lower post
ago. Sonator Harding's hidebound Re
publican nowspapcr at Marlon proba
bly approves tho sonntor's stunt of
financing propaganda against the
Lane land for soldiers plan. Hut can
you Imaglno tho Indignation of the
said nowspnper If Secretary Lano had
used similar methods In support of
this splondid legislation?
Wo nro somewhat anxious to see
how Senator Harding will alibi hlin-
solf for taking a position directly con-
tfKry to tho loaguo of nations plonk
,ho and Will Mays plncod, in tho Ohio
Republican platrorm. Warren Gama
liel, get out your slicker for thoro's a
Consistent liltlo Will Hays, co
author with Sonator lliudlng of the
Republican platform In Ohio demand
ing a league of nations, Is now openly
taking the leadership of his paity In
tha fight against tho league ,
Will Hays Is to plan tho obstruc
tionist campaign to prevent President
Wilson from taking tho country by
storm when ho returns.
While l.Milirn. Knox. Horah and otti-
ors vent their spleen' ngalnsl tho
treaty and league, tho important
moiisures can wait.
With Huyiitlu Washington thoro
will bo n renewal of tho bitter, par
tisan attacks on tho president. This
fs tliu Hays pot foi m of campaign.
HI & BAILEY
Mammoth Shows Are Now
Combined And Announce
Exhibitions At Columbus
At Early Date.
Tho World's' biggest iiiiiiinoinpiit In
stitution, Hingllng Brothers and ll.tr
nuni & llalloy SIiowh Combined, is to
oxhlblt hfturnoon and night ut Colum-
rbus, Thursday, July 21.
Tho consolidation of tho "Worlds
Greatest Shows" and tho "Greatest
Show on Kill th" in ono circus of uolos
sal Hbo,' ooniuituioH tho amusement
surprise of tho country. Nothing to
appio.ich this gigantic, now clicus bus
ovur boforo toured America. It bus
boon fotiiii'd by merging tho pick and
tho cioain of nil that was' biggest
nnil bust In tho two ruinous, shows. It
would be folly to attempt, to uniiiuor
ato Its many wondein. Somo Ido.i or
tho enormous scalu upon which fea
tures are prcHQltlod nuty bulpul when
it is stated that u quaXo,rof a million
pounds of elephants tukoviiurt In a
alnglo act. In othor woids -six times
as many oi uiu uig-i'iircn kiiuhn man
ever befoio been seun In one
Itiulii-tent iixhlbitloii. All ulso to bo
fiijeu Is In proportion. Thu iiroulc
stars eniiiraco nil too worm s lore
most clicus pel formers. Tloro aro
three bonis of novelties and big sun
sittlonul acts. Thu mouiigurlp Is far
and away tho most culoeuui ever trav
eled. Kor Imitantq a herd of eight
glraltos me exhibited in placo ot the
two or tin co shown In tho past, Tho
gjcat tournament which opium ,tho
.malii-tont piogram, Is tho input mug-
nincent thing In pageantry yet pro
duced in America, Hundreds upon
hundreds of gorgeously costumed char
acters and beautiful hornes take pint
Jn t. Th5 morning street purudo Is
tho "longest and most ''brilliant over
Wven nnywhero. It Is a stupendous,
fmpm-elicim Hint balTles dok'ilplloii.i
MORRISON IRS ADK1NM
ON HOG ISLAND FOR CHAUTAUQUA
m m bHn
Gives Fine Address Before
Chamber of Commerce
Declared That Wages Would
Not Come Down To Pre-
Mr. Ilodncy Morrison,-Jr., of Phil
adelphia, Pa., spoko at tho noon-a
luncheon of tho Chamber of Com
His topic was "Hog Island and Its
Problems." Mr. Morrison said that
ho was a "repicsentatlvo hog" from
Hog Island. Ho referred to tho scur
lllous attacks mado on Hog Island
authorities and rccretted thut whon
tho Investigation was over, tho white
wiibh was not mudo ns public as tho
Tho contrnct with, tho U. S. Ship
building Corpoiatlgu iwus signed Septi
17, 11)17. Tho Island comprises 900
uc,rcs, is soveii.ullcf)" from the clty
hull, Itillndolphla and hnsHwo mllos
Whon work began at Hog Island,
tho ground was very swampy, a
niaish, and unfit. It was located two
miles from u railroad and ono mile
from-a tiolloy line. On nccount of
the cold winter of lDlf, work was ex
Tho government, however, was not
very long In placing tho Island in tho
proper condition for human habita
tion. Hog Island Is an assembling
yuid for tho fabricated ship. Parts
aio mado in vailoua cities through
out thu' United Slates and shipped to
Hog Island, whoro thoy aro assem
bled. Two types of ships aro con
structed, tho A typo, which is a car
go ship, and the B type, which is a
tioop ship. '
To ditto, forty-four bhlps havo beon
launched. Twenty-two havo been do
llvered. Tho hpeukor thoiiyroforrod
to tho effect Hint tho Hog Island
yards had, upon tho morale of the
men In the army. Ho said the speed
shown ul Hog Island lmil a tendency
to show tho men who wcro In tho war
to win thai tho government wns do
ing all, in .Us power., tor speed -aloiiJ
i - Pf., F-" r
the bulldlnc of-shlns.
At tho start, HOODOO additional men
weto needed forwbrk. In 'tho ynrds.
Thoho woro quicklytaHmrod, Train
ing sebools wore estafillpbeiU Many
of tho men were i'cAii.'Ohio 'and Indi
ana, who, tho sluai)(jSLu.ttli1woro
above tho nvoiugo.wuikmon, and thoy
aro still on tho jtnV. Tho Hiig Island
yanlii will bo discontinued in Kobru
nry, 102(1. It Is not known what will
become of thorn. Thoy nro too largo
for a private industrial enterprise
but could bo turned Into it shipping
and ralltoml center.
Speaking or labor conditions, Mr.
Morrison, who was connected with
the Industrial development division nt
Hog Island, declared that wagoB
would not come down to a pro-wnr
Dist. Deputy Grand Muster Goorgo
Collins visited (Juindaro lodge, No.
:I10, 1. O. O. I', Tuesday night und
Installed the following olllcors:
Noble Grand John l,oy.
Vlco Grand Iliuold McGlbnoy.
Wiudoii H. II. Pin cull.
Conductor -Wm ron Pi lor.
Chaplain V. 1.. Kino.
11. S. Huppoiter-S. W. Hobst.
Ii. S. Suppoiter Chuiles Scuttle.
R. S. N. G. Stephen Itlno.
1,. H. N. G. X 1 Uouck.
It. S. V. (!..!. I- Ulckson.
h. S. V. C.V. W. Mill.
- Iusldo Guardian 1 1). Conurd.
Oululdu Giuifulan Thomas Cliarlo
THREE NEW TEACHERS
At tho recent meeting of the Hoard
of Kdiicntlou the following portions
wuiu ulected to teach In tho city
schools during Iho coming year:
Finnic W. 'Conloy of Seward, Ne
braska, mumml training.
Tho Misses Lou McPoolc of Mt. Vor
non nnd Clara Hawkins ot South Vor-
npn,. .giiulo le.u'hois at - West-Knd
BY UliARO LODG
ELECTED BY BOARD
Season Tickets Delivered To
Local Committee And Are
On Sale Now
With tho arrival of Mr. It. C. Pcalo,
28 day advance man of tho Rcdpath
chautauquaf coines word that In addi
tion to attractions previously an
nounced thoro will bo presentod on
tho local progrum tho popular "lght
opera, "The' Chocolnto Soldier." Tho
cast is to ih'cludc 30 pcoplo, wfth or
chestra, stage Bettings and costuming
Mr. Poalo has delivered to tho lo
cal chautauqua commtttco season
tickets which' are to bo on halo at
various contral locntlons. This year,
as In tho' past, tho season tickot prlco
is ?2.20, Including war tax.
With tho chautauqua loss than four
weeks distant, community effort will
bo centered on putting over ono ot
tho real big events of tho year. Tho
sovon-day program this season has ev
ery appeariinco of being by all odds
tho most interesting over prepared
for local people. It Includes features,
that aro tlrrjcly, nnd constructive, as
woll as onterjnlnment features that
aro suro to bo qxtremoly, populny.
It would Do d meruit to lmaKlno a
moro onjajnajdo evohJng than ono at
mo cunuiauquu tent listening to mo
Althca Violin Chorus and Colonel
Ileauchamp; Knight MncGregor, tho
Scottish baritone r Captain Paul Bow
slier of Ihb British Royal Air Forco;
Katharine H.lJgoway, ro'ador; "Tho
Chocolat'o SoTdtcr," or any of tho nu
merous otliecjtttractions offered this
season byj"1 th'p'j lfcdifath management.
It looks" nV though chautauqua pa
trons nro In for a rare seven-day
FOR RUBBER PLANT
Spur Track To Be Construct
ed By B. & 0. Railroad
Company At Early Date.
Tho surveying and leveling of tho
ground ortvWhlchHao now rubber tiro
Mr. KahrlJiea'dof -the Industrial
conimlttc'6 of thoChambor f Com
morco, qgcthor with Secretary Leroy
Maycr.niet with officials of tho Hal
tlnlor6, unit (Ohio railroad yesterday
and hold"a' ciinforonco, relative to tho
laying ot a railroad spur and othor
mutters of tra'nspoitatlon.
Tho offlclabi'ot tho rubbor company
wore comnuTulcated with over tho
long dlstiihco' tolophono this morning
and notllled that tho work of survey
ing tho property bad beon stalled.
Tho local bull club will play Akron,
Sunday iiftornppn at tho local ball
park. Pitcher .Bond, formerly of Bit.
Vernon, will bo on tho mound for thg
visitors, whllo'Lofty Bock, who cavort
ed ut short for tho local club, will
bo seen 111 the-' sumo position for Ak
lloth of the formor local players
are now working in tho factory of tho
General, Rubber Company, in Akron.
Mr. und Mrs, U M. Thomas spoilt
Sunday ul Klrkorsvlllo.
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos Williams of
Columbus woro Sunday guests of tho
former's mother, Mrs. M. 11. Williams
Air. and Mrs, Reed Clause ot Akron
woro week-end visitors hero.
Miss Norma linker Is spending a
week with relative's at Sunbiiry.
Mr. mid Mrs. L. 13. Turbiitton spent
several days lust week ut Springfield.
Mrs. O, S. Adams ot Washington',
D. C, Is ylsjtLug her. parents, Mr. and
Mrs. GeorgPj S, Fullor,
Mr, Mailon ..Welsh ot Wostorvillo
was a visitor In town Saturday.
11. C. ltamey and wlto attended the
Wllliird-DempBoy fight ut Toledo qh
Friday. , ; ' .
Nln Darling, nn old minor of this
city, stiitedio Tho Bannor Wodnos
day morning, that thoro will not bo
tho flour in tho now wheat, crop, ow.
lug to t)u. (aid,, that tho. beiry is very
SURVEY IS STARTED
AKRON BALL TEAM
WILL PLAY HERE
Sf s MMf ft 1
BONDS TO CARE
Council Adopts Resolution
Monday Night After A
LiGHT COMPANY IS
ASKING FOR MONEY
Police Committee And May
or To Stop Practice of
After n rather wobbly session Mon
day night, tho city council passed an
ordlnonco authorizing tho city aud
itor to issuo bonds to tho extent of
$12,77u.81, which is tho amount of tho
deficiency that now exists in the city
Moro or less prcssuro was brought
to bear upon tho passing of tho do
flcloncy bill, whon Mr. William Wll
klnson of tho Central Light & Power
Co. mado (his appcaranco and an
nounced that tho company would ap
preciate It If tho city would pay its
Tho mooting began with only flvo
councllmen present, including Coun
cilman Hookway, who acted as presi
dent In tho absonco of President
After sovoral resolutions wcro gjv
on their third reading somcouo dis
covered that thoy could not bo passod
becauso thoro wore not two-thirds of
tho councllmen present.
A short delay was then caused
whllo ono of tho members called
Councilman Williams on tho 'phono
and Informed him of tho meeting. Up
on his arrival, tho ordinance was
again road and duly passed.
Klght bondo will bo issued, which
will covor tho deficiency up to Jan
uary 1, 1020. Tho bonds will bo in
tho denomination of $227.S1 and
Tho question of automobile speed
ers again camo up at tho meeting and
was the subject of much discussion.
A clipping from a Columbus nowspn
por was road by Mr. Hookway which
told how Columbua wns handling the
cases of specdors and that thoy had
already roduccd tho number of thorn.
Somo of tho councllmen wcro In
faVOrV6f;ilnlng t!jijVsfl!.o(Tdidomons; vu
and costs, thus' hopfng to roploplsb
tho city's funds nnd nlso rcduco the
number of spoedcrs.
It was decided to let tho police
committee moot with tho mayor, In
older to arrlvo at somo decision.
An ordinance for tho improvement
of Pleasant street and Division stroct
by placing sanltnry sowors theroin,
was also passed. It was givon its
socoiid and third readings und tho
rules woro suspended for Us final pas
sage. Tho soml-anniiul budget, as pre
pared by -City Auditor Gates for tho
coming bix months calls for $75,G8G.r7
nnd Avas duly passed by tho council.
Tho btulgot is as follows: General
fund $4097.21, public health fund
$3f.31.72, safety fund $18,120, public
servlco fund $35;oi8.88, public library
$22:12.0:1, Kinking. fund $18,473.23.
According to Mayor Hair's roport
for t)io month of Juno $15 for fines
was collected, $30 for In und out fees,
and $212 for city licenses.
Tho following officers woro install
ed by Kuo Hubeknh Iodgo, Monduy
ovoning, by the deputy president, Ad
Noblo Grand Sndio Scottlo.
Vlco Grand Grace Unroo.
R. S. to Noblo Grand Emma Word.
L. S. to Noblo Grand1 Tlozza Gates
R. S. to Vlco Grand Mlnnlo Shaf
fer. L. S. to Vice Grand Myrtlo Calnp.
Conductor -Alitu Pilaris. v
Chaplain- Ida Dowds.
Iusldo Gii.udiiiu Stella Athcrton.
MRS. NETTIE HOSACK
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. Nqjtlo Ilosnck. ngud til years,
ot Fiederlcktown, died nt C o'clock
Moilduy afternoon at tho Mt. Vornofi
hospital, following ' an operotlon for
Sho leaves her husband, Leo Ho
sack, and four sons. Tho body was
taken to tho homo In Fiederlcktown,
Funoiol Wednosday nt 2 o'clock In
Ficdorlcktown. Burial In Forost cemetery.
BANNER CLASSIFIED AD3. PAY
t t VOI.1 ' a, n lr p t$
Omllhnrl nrinimHn Vrfrhon wpremiSMfyflriftlne. yfr
nlllllnnrl hrAhllN IS hnrt satuVliMn M y
UIUIIIIILL ULnUUII IU Quito n number from hero attended f
A , r
SEPTEMBER 3 TO 20
New Law Goes Intd Effect
This Year; Ruling Receiv
ed From State Department
Tho open cason on squlrrol this
year Is September 3 to Soptomber 20,
Clerk of Court Taylor rocolvod word
Wednesday morning from tho chief
game warden, Columbus, giving in
formation in reply to a lottor sont to
tho department severaY days ago.
. Tho law this year was changed, so
that tho squlrrol season Is from 'Aug
ust 20, to Soptomber 20. Howover,
tho new law docs nbt go into effoct
until September 3, consequently tho
stato department rules that tho hunt
ing season 'for squirrel this year Is
both dales included.
Tho dates for hutlng squirrel In tho
from September 3, to Soptomber 20,
past was from Soptomber 15 to Octo
Tho clerk's office is now ready to
issue 1019 hunters' licenses.
According to tho number .of. notices
Acting Chief ot Pollco (McElroy has
received, automobile tb loves nro busy
throughout tho country.
Tho acting chief rocolvod nlno no
tices tills morning from all parts of
tho stato, notifying him of machines
that had been stolon.
Whllo a number of tho machines
stolen havo been laigo 01100, tho ma
jority of them have been Fords.
We are offering, a strictly first-class
30x3j2 Firestone non-skid tire, factory
guarantee 0,000 miles, at a special
price of $17. Max Meyers Stove
Store, West Gambler street.
Mrs. Chester Johnson and children
of Clovoland wero guosts, ,ot Frank
Johiibon and family last week.
1011 Scott ,nnd .family weroi guests'
of Deo Dowds and family Sunday. '
Clnrenco Grubb and family visited
with John Dowds and family Sunday.
Alborl Wolfnrd and family and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hoar visited Mt. Ver
non friends ono day last week.
Mr. Lyman Robinson nnd family of
Mt. Vernon woro tho guosts of Wil
liam Motcalf und family Saturday
night and' Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zuccaro woro
hole Sunday afternoon.
Mis. Otlingor and her two daugh
ters, of Mansfield, weio the guests of
Miss Colestbv Grubb last wook,
A. W. Hoar was In Columbus 0110
day lust wook.
Earl Rinohnrt of Dawson City was
in this placo ono day lat, Aveoli.
S. R. Weaver and daugltor and Mr.
and Mr"s. J. U. Wcayer wero in Now-
irk Tuesday. ,
Mr. Robs Scott and family of Mt.
This 16 a heavy, substantial
Six-Hole Steel Range with Res
ervoir and High Closet, and is
mado by ono of the largest
manufacturers of High Grade
Stoves and Ranges In the
The body ot range is mndo of
Wellsvlllo Polished BIuo Stool.
Tho Top, Linings, Doors, Res
ervoir und Roseiwolr Casing
nro mado ot tho boat Gray Iron.
Tho Reservoir Is Porcelain
Lined and holds Thirty-two
Tho Oven Door, Feed Door,
Ash Pit Dpor, Closot Trimmings
und all Panels aro heavily
The Back Fluo is Cast Iron.
Tho Oven is largo, 'measuring
Nineteen und One-Halt Inches
Rungo Is flttod with Duplox Grates, burns Wopd or, Coal, can-Jie
changed to clthdr fuel In Ono Mlnuto. " v ! t ' .
A fortunate purchase enables us to offer these Ranges ntj tie' 'fol
lowing Prlcos: v
Fifty Dollars, delivered and set up In yodr Home, or. at our store
with one joint ot pipe, at Forty-Seven. You must seo ft; Jo realize the
Extraordinary Value wo nro offering In thfB Range.. !
Wo also carry a very Complct Line of
Gasoline, and Kerosene, Oil Cook Stoves
Max Meyers Mammoth Stove Store
West Gambier Sfeot
MT. VERNON, O.
Quito n number from hero attended
tho celebration in Mt. Vornon on tho
Fourth. , ,
Mr. Howard Grub'b of Newark ia
tho guost ofJny Scott and family.
M, D. Ilurloy was in Howard Mon
day night. ,
J. H. Noods nnd family woro guosls
ot Ray McNutt and family Sunday.
Mr. nnd. Mrs. J. Hv Kl.nnalrd aro
spondlng a'fow, days, In 'Columbus.
Mdny of out 'people dpent last Fri
day In Mt. Vornon attending tho
home-coming colobratlon. , ,
L. M. Dottonllold spent 'Monday in
Lislo Mitcholl of Hamilton is vis
iting with Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Higglns.
Angoilno Bishop, who has been
qulto sick, Is now improved.
Mrs. Eva Moats of Shelby was tho
woek-ond guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Wilson.
Mrs. Darwin Phillips returned from
Ashloy last week, where she had been
called by tho serious illness of her
father, Mr. Durkcc. '
Mrs1. Myrtlo Kinsley and daughter,
who havo been spending tho summor
iWlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Phillips, left last week for St. Louis,
Mo., to visit hor husband.
Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell wero
week-end guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Popham, of Mansfield.
Mrs. H-A. Daniels, who has. been
vory sick for tho past two weeks with
summer grippe, is slightly improved.
Willis Chilcoto nnd family spent
tho Fourth In Columbus.
Miss Corota Myors of North Baltl
moro camo Thursday to bo tho guest
of hor mother, Mrs. John Gllmore, for
a few weeks.
Mrs. Drown Of Akron,, who has
boon tho guest of her son, Harry
Drown, nnd family, for tho pastrthree
weeks, left Tuesday for Bay City
Mich., to visit her sister, acpompan
led by her grandson, Master Robert
A number from this place wero In
Mt. Vernon tho Fourth to welcome
tho boys homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hall of Chi
cago are visiting rolativos in' this vi
Miss" Vernlco Philips of Mononga
hela City, Pa., is spondlng tho week
wAith her father, Ed. Phillips, and
sister, Mrs. Harry Brown.
Mrs. Samuel Clino had tho mlsfor
tuno to havo hor arm broken, while
roturning from Mt. Vernon on tho
Fourth, tho automobile In which alio
was riding stopped on a hill and sho
got out to assist when the fender
struck her, throwing her Into a ditch.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gllmore and
Miss Corota Myors spoilt Sunday
with Danville friends.
Miss Christina Craig of Washington
C. H., a former tcachor of this place,
was tho wcok-ond guest of Miss Graco
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown enter
tained tho following at dinner Sun
day: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shipley nnd
family, Wld Phillips and wife, Los-
tor Elliott, and Miss Vernlco Phillips,
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