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LAIinnO, Texas, July 10 (Corrcs
ponilonco of Tho Associated I'resB)
Withdrawal of troops from bandlt-ln-tested
reslons In lontral and houUi
em Mexico to campaign against Vil
la In the nortli linn led to a now wava
of traln-v. rocking and railway do
Btructlon In that republic, according
to stories printed by Movlco City pa
pers received In tills elly.
Tho most striking feat of tho reb
els was the capturo of a train from
Mexico City to I'uobla nt a point on
ly n few miles from tho lnttor city by
tho forces of tho former federal gen
eral, Clrllo Arenas, who revolted
about a year ago. One hundred of
tho several hundred passengers wore
uelzcd as hostages, among them an
Amotlcnn, Charles Chapman. They
wore driven for bourn on foot over
rocky trails to tho headquarters of
the rebel chieftain. Later they woro
released without boing held for ran-
uotn and niudo their way safely to
I'uobln. Tho bandits' loot Is estltnat-!
cd at 100,000 pesos.
This followed closo on tho heels of
the capture of six well known resi
dents ol Mexico City nt u picnic re
port known ns tho Desert of tho Lions,
not nuiro than a dozen miles from tho
capital, Tho captors, former follow
ers of Zapata, sent tho women of the
paity back to Mexico City for n ran
som of 2,100 palms nnd released their
captives when tho monoy was deliv
ered. Moro than 100 followers of Pedro
Gabay nro reported to havo been kill
ed who'll federal forces reenptured tho
town of Chocomau, stnto of VcraCrtiz.
Tho Kxcolslor tells of tho murder
by bandits of tho millionaire, Knrlquo
l.augcuschelu, sou of tho Gcrmnn con
sul at Guanajuato. Laiigcnschuin mot
death at tho hands of robols llcolng
from Mlcho-ican Into Jalisco, who
caughfi him on his ranch near Lake
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All business of legal naturo given
prompt attontlon and especially to
practlco In thq Probata Court. OITico
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O.
New Phone, Office 101.
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
The Fire Insurance Man
If you own anything, have
Citizens' Phono i!:il Hod
16 R. Gambler Street, Mt. Vernon, O.
H. M. HUNTSBERGER
Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Lla
blllty, Automobile, Plate Glnr,3 Insur
ance. Security bonds written. Heal
Estate Sold. Money Loaned.
Room 1 McDcrmott Bldg., 108 O. Main
Phone 243 Red
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Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Properties muted and
rents collected. Flro insurance a hpo
clalty. Uoprosentallng 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident insurance,
Hvo stock Insurance. Plato glass In
surance, automobile Insurance, In faqt
wo can Inmiro any property you may
have. ' Hurety bonds of all kinds. Call
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CHICAGO, July 10 With tho going
ouL of Intnxlcullhg liquor, tho coun
try Is also likely to go on tho "tip
less" basis, according to A. C. Steph
ens, president of tho Ohio Hotel asso
ciation, who is in Chicago arranging
for the convention of his association,
to lie held in connecton with tho hotel
show,, hero during tho weok of Aug. 4.
"I think tho day of tips is over,"
said Mr. Stephens. "With tho Euro
pean sourco of supply practically cut
off, It is hard to got waiters. So tho
hotels havo been moro and moro cure
fully cioiiHldcrlng mechanical dovicoa
to tako tho place of servants.
"It Is surprising to noto how many
really good Imtoln havo installed caf
eterias. I predict that moro of them
will do so. Tho raiolnria, as you
know, In :i strictly Hplosa Institu
tion. Even In dining rooms whoro
thero Is norvico, tho movement to
ward doing away with wuitors Is
making rapid strides. These nro all
sorts ol mechanical devices for this
purpose. A mechanical Hystein for
chocking hats nnd wraps has alroady
been devised, nnd, I am sure, will
noon eonio Into gonornl uso.
"With tho going out of liquor nnd
tho curtailing of tips In consequence
or this, waiters will bo asking n wngo
rcalo two or tbieo timer, as great aB
tho prpsonl ono, and tho hotel men
simply can't nffnrd to pay It."
When she is getting better-
the doctor orders Jones's Potato
'Phis hwiu is so lilil iind nourishing ut physi
cians imliii'itlly recommend -il for invalids.
We do wlmi the. lioino-liakor does: Wo use plain
bread ingredients and ferment our doughs wit li
plenty ol" Compressed Veasl.
The result is bread with a iiiibslanlial slice ,llmt
appeals to the most hardy and the most delicate1'
appetites alike. ',' 't ,
When you eat bread, eat .Jones's 1,'olalo Broml.-
It sat isfies-and saves. ' w'
'Youiroci-r has it.
Jones's Potato Bread
You will never know how gooiAHt is until you try it"
TOKIO, July 10 (Correspondence
of Tho Associated Proas) That all
aspects of military rule should be
completely banlshpd from Korea Is
tho opinion of representative Japan'
ceo. Thus only, they say, can Japan
hope to re-establish peace nnd order
among tho Korean people
It iu generally admitted hero that
tho disaffection Is not roinovod, but
merely quiescent, rondy to burst forth
anew once tho existing military pres
sure is removed.
Institution of n civilian government
nnd removal of tho present gendnrmo
pollro system nre bolloved hero to bo
necessary. Tho gendarmes aro held
responslblo for'crfsos of brutality and
mistreatment, tho soldiers being only
responsible, It Is declared, for tho kill
ing of Koreans In tho Christian
church at Chcam-nl. In this case,
says tho Herald of Asia, a Japanese
policeman had been murdered, nnd
his body mutilated. Tho gendarmer
ie told Iho arriving soldlors an exag
gerated story, says the nowspapor,
and tho young troops Joined the gen
darmes In a massnero of tho people.
Once tho gondnrmerlo method of
policing tho penlnsuln Is romoved,
nnd the people glvon more local n;j
tonoiny, such as tho villages of Japan
enjoy, tho newspaper thinks, tho Ko
reans may boo that their best Inter
ests llo In the poacoful acceptation of
things ns thoy aro.
Hcsponslblo organs of opinion hero
favor making Korea an Integral part
of tho Jopnnono emplro politically, as
It already Is territorially. Korea, thoy
conceive might bo mado n provlnco of
Japan, with u civil govornor and prop
er representation in tho Jnpanono
diet. Hut beforo this Is posslblo, tho
newspapers think, tho Koreans must
pass through tho necessary educa
tion and show themselves prepared
'The 23rd annual rounlon of tho
Moody family will bo hold nt Lyons
Lnko on August 12.
Thcro will bo nn Ico croam so
cial at tho llutler IlnpllHt church Sat
urday evening, July 12.
POLICE SEARCHING FOR
THIEVES 1 1 T
fjlv Antnclnind lr'fl to Tim nnnnf-ri
TOLEDO, July 10 So far tho po
llco hnvo seurcbod without success
for tho thief who took $.1,000 In slock
certificates, a necklace and $?.J)0 from
(an nutomuhjla biloni'lng ) o f. C.
Kinsley of Cleveland. Tho valunblos
wore In n handling which was loft In
tho car In front of n hotol.
Tho meeting of tho War Moth,
ors linn boon postponed until July 13.
Uegulur mqotlng of Ploasnnt
grange Friday evening, July 13, nt 8
o'clock. Tho Third and Fourth do
grccs will bo cpnforrcd, with tho trimmings.
"Meeting, of the
Poultry and Pet Stock association at
the Chamber of Coinnierco Friday,
July 11, at 8 p.'m.
Tho Unltod Player Hand will
meet at tho homo of W. II. Stump, 11
Ciecr street? Sunday, July 13; nt 3
o'clock. , ., ,
""Regular mooting of Tlmon 'lodgo,
No. ir., Knlghts'of Pythias, tonight nt
8 o'clock. Tho Pngo rank will bo coif-foned.
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Mrs. Burns' Letter
Hero Is n letter that Is certain to
prove of Interest to pcoplo In this vi
cinity, ns canes of this itort occur In
nlniost every nelghboihood, and poo-
plo should know what to doMn like
Savannah, Mo Oct. 12, 11)10.
"I used a bottlo of Chamberlain's
Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy about
nlno yoarn ago and It curod mo of
Mux (dysentery). I had another at
tack of tho samo complaint mil no
tliroo or four yoarn ago ami n few
doses of this lemedy cured me. I
h a v o rocomniendnd Chaiuhnrlaln'H
Colic nnd Dlnrrhoea Remedy to doz
ens of pcoplo since I' llrst ur.od It."
(riy Asfoclntpd Prnss to Tlio Tlnnnprl
WASHIN0T0N, July 10 Bountiful
farm crops this yoar woro Indicated
today in tho department of agricul
ture's July reports, based on condi
tions existing tho llrst of tho month.
Winter wheat nnd rye, now being
harvested, showed tho largest produc
tion over attained. Record crops of
sweet potntoos, tobacco and rlco also
woro predicted and tho production of
spring wheat, corn, oats, barloy nnd
white potatoes and hay is expected
to bo larger thnn tho averago for the
llvo yoarn 1913 to,l!)!7.
Valuo of tho wheal, corn nnd oats
crops combined nmounts to $8,340,
022,000, based on July 1 farm prices.
Tho valuo of corn Is $4,708,47i".,000;
wheat $2,ri77,420,000 and oats $994,-
Federation Objects To Bar
ring Any Country From its
NI3W YORK, July 10 A dcma'nd
that nil nations of tho world bo mado
eligible to the league or nations was
expressed In n resolution unanimous
ly adopted here Wednesday at tho
first annual congress of the Pan
American Federation of Labor by del
egates from ten countrios. Including
tho United States.
Tho demand was formulated In an
amendment proposed by Samuel Gom
pcrs, president of tho congress nnd
head of tho American Federation of
Labor, following a report by tho com
mlllco on rosolullons endorsing tho
league of nations. ,
Lively discussion was caused by
tho report, sevoral of tho dulcgatos
contending that it was "unreason,
able" to expect tho labor movement
hi countries which had not boon ad
mitted to tho loaguo to do moro than
uynipathlzo with Its general alms.
MAKE ATTACK ON THE
IJv AtfRoclntPil rrfiM tn Tim tlnnnerl
BUDAPEST, July 10 Bolshe
vikl trcops, which were with
drawn from the Czecho-Slovak
frcnt on orders from the peace
conference, havo attacked the
Roumanian forces, according to n
AT AIVIITY TODAY
fllv AsfMK'Intctl lr-H Tn Tim Tlnnm-i ,
NIOW YORK, July 10 Unfilled or
dors of tho United States Steol cor
poration on Juno 30, wero 4,8112,805
tomi, according to tho corporation's
monthly bullotln, Issued today.
Tho ntntomont showed that n turn
in tho stool indiiHtry was being mado
upward, ns slnro October, 1918 it lias
been on tho decllno.
AMITY, July 10 Amity experienced
tho worst hailstorm thnt lias evor
been known in this region, nbout 1:30
o'clock this nftornoon. Hall ns lnrge
as chicken eggs foil, breaking, win
dows lu many houses.
TOD AYS MARKETS
GIRL IS ROBBED
OF PRETTY LOOKS
fUy AnmiHnteil Phwh tn Tim Tlannerl
LONDON, July 10 Tennis .tournn
monts rob u pretty girl of hor good
looks, In the opinion of closo observ
"I havo known pretty girls who, at
tor a season or two of tournaments,
hnvo becouiu ho completely changed
lu nppearance and manners that old
friends havo failed to rccngnlr.o
them," said n well-known player.
"Tholr faces become hard and lined,
their youthliil bloom entirely disap
pears, and they lose much of tholr
feminine charm. 1 have told my own
daughter that iiho can play in no
moro than two touruameutii u suasnu,
That iiieans she cannot hopo to be
come llrst clnsn, but I would prefer
her to remain an attractive woman."
DR. PEIRCE NAMED
President William F. Polrco or Ken
yon collego Is one of tho pall-benrers
for tho funeral of Colonel James Kil
bnurno, to bo hold Friday In Colum
bus. Oovomor Jnuios M. Cox and ox
(lovernor James Campbell aro also
Corn Sept. l.3; Doc. 1.K8.
Oats-Sept. JliVi; Dec .70 Vj,
Perk July r.3,80; Sopt. r.i.r.2
Laid Sept, 35.40 J Dec. 35.30
Ribs, Sopt. 28.23; Dec. 2S.C0,
New York Stock
American Beet Sugar, 97.
American Sugar Rollnlng,
Balllmnro & Ohio, 45 'j.
Bolhlohoiu Stool, 9GV6.
Chosapoako & Ohio, CC.
Konnccott Copper, 40.
UulBvllio & Niishvlllo,' 1184.
Mldvnlo Steel, CO.
Norfolk & Western, 17.
Ohio Cities lias, CO.
Republic Iron & Steol, 97H.
U. S. Stool, 112.
Ilogn Rorelpts: 3,000; mnrkot
ntondy; heavies 23.25(fi23.l0; hoavy
yorkors 23,25 (fi 23.40; light yorkors
23.2523.10; pigs 22.2522.50.
Slioop and Inmlin RocolptH: 500;
market steady; top Bire'op 10.50; top
Calven Recoipts: 100; Btoady;
Illy Associated Press to Tho Bnnniir
CHICAOO, July 10 Ono hundred
special deputy sheriffs last night woro
patrolling tho vicinity of tho Corn
Products Rollnlng company's plant at
Argo, a suburb, whore Tuesday night
two men woro killed and nbout fifty
othors injured iu llghtn betwoon arm-
od guards and strike sympathizers.
Ono of tho wounded men was re
ported In a dying condition last night.
Yesturdny passed with comparative
quiet but was marked by contradict
ory statements from olllclals and un
Possibility of further serious trou
bio wns guarded against by both
sldos. Protection of tho plant was In
creased, nnd Josoph Banna, president
of the local union, announced no moro
demonstrations by union men would
AUSTRIA WILL BE
8HORTAGE IN FARM HANDS
NORWALK, July 10 Huron county
fnnners nro facing tho grontost labor
crhiia slncn tho Civil war. With a
'rcconl breaking wheat crop to bo har
vested, the growers aro unable to no
euro 25 per cent of tho required num
ber of farm workers, nlthough us high
us $5 a day la boing paid.
Tho following nro prleos pnld by
H. V. Smoots for fnrm produco, do
llvored nt his warohouBo:
Frosh F.ggn 3Sc
No. 1 Country Butter 45o
No. 2 Country Butter ,..350
Hoavy lions 23c
Light Homi 23c
Heavy Spring Chlekenn 35c
Small Spring Chlekenn .. ......35c
Old Boosters .. ..- l&c
Ducks ;'. ' 1Cc
Turkoya '...... 28c
Peace Delegation So Inform
ed By The Supreme Coun
fBy Assoot"oil Prcix to Tlio Hnnmrl
PARIS, July 10 Austria will ho ad
mitted to membership in tho leaguo
of nations as soon as tho allies and
nsociated powurs consider that . sho
posscssos a responsible government,
with both tho will and powor to fulfill
It international obligations.
Tho Austrlou poaco dologation has
been no Informed In a reply by tho
supremo council of tho poaco confer
onco to an Austrlun plea for linniod
late admission to tho league.
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You call havo all the comforts o'fJn
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10 Ridgevood Ave. Phone 3C1-Rcd
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
(One Hour Faster than City Time)
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
No. 46 8:37 a. m.
No, 44 12:15 p. m.
No. 48 7M5 p. m.
No. 49 9:52 a. m.
No. 47 12:38 p. m,
No. 45 10:15 p. m,
All trains dally.
No." 634. ,?.,... 5:00 p. m.
No. '624...;-.'. .-':, M:30 a. m.
No. 804 . 8:25 a. m.
No. 704 10:25 a. m.
No. 604 12:40 p. m.
No. 625 '. . 3:36 a. m.
No. 635 10:00 a. m.
No. 605 3:05 p. m.
No. 805 6:03 p. m.
No. 705 6:55 p. m.
All trains daily except 704 and 705
DIRCTOR GENERAL OF
SUNDAY, JULY 13
Cy tci nound Tr'p
J)&rO Including war tax
Special Train Leaves Mt. Vernon 7:05
a. m., Central Time.
Mon., July 14-19
Edwards & Taggart
at BASEBALL PARK, under auspices
of Mt. Vernon Baseall Club.
a cleanT moral and refined carnival
Nothing to offend anyone.
FEATURING THE ATHLETIC SHOW WITH
KILONIS, the Champion Wrestler. He is prepared
to meet all comers.
A $10,000 NEW CARRY-US-ALL
A $90.00 Victrola will be given away
to the most popular younn lady on SATURDAY EVENING, July 19.
tho ono obtaining tho most votes at 5c a vote.
VOTING PLACES Bnrro's Cigar Store, City Cigar Store, Fltzslm
mons & Slegwart, Knox County Club and Oakland Restaurant.
COME AND SPEND A PLEASANT EVENING
You Are Welcome.
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