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. W. 0. ROCKWELL
Buy, Sell and Exchange Knox
Ao'n rPHtilt of olir effort acoron of
farms linvo boon nold reaching
nearly every unction of tho county,
and hundreds of tlinunndR of dot'
l.ir.4 liuvo tlutH chnnged hands.
Uoth buyer 'and sellor nro saved
much tlnio and annoynilco, and
many donW aro cloned that never
would havo been consumated other
wise). If you have a farm for sale,
or aro In the market for
one, we are at your service.
TITLES EXAMINED tfltEE
MT. VERNON O.
On the Square Over the Bank
"The Best Dressed
Man in Town97
may not be the thing that
you are most desirous of
havings said about you, but
surely you will appreciate
the value of a good appear
ance. This is assured in a custom
tailored suit, together with
the satisfaction of knowing
that in your clothes pur
chase you are showing
shrewd judgment, for in
custom tailored clothes you
get the most for your money
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11 Public Square,
MT. VERNON, OHIO
you have your choice of
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ColumbusUnited Tire Co
"First in Everything"
Quality Price and Service
H. S. BAIR
' 17 Wont TTHffh Rfreof
UNCLE SAM POINTS
TO OHIO WITH PRIDE
Another War Savings Stamp
Record Made Last Month,
Columbus, O. (Special.) Ohio
again (s being pointed out to tho na
tion by Uncle. Sam for its remarkable
War Savings Stamp record, Hoports
Just compiled nt
last month show
that Ohio lias
sold double the
amount of War
of any othcicttnte.
Illinois was sec
ond, with Penn
sylvania third and
Ohio during tho
first five months
of tho year has
sold 13 per cent
of tho total sales
of War Savings
Stamps in the
nation: since the
beginning of tho War Stamp Cam
paign, Jan. 1, 191S, Ohio ban sold !).7
per cent of tho total sales of the na
tion Ohio's quota for this period
was only G per cent.
Last month Ohio sold more stamps
than Now York and Pennsylvania to
gether, and twice as many as all tho
New England states combined.
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704 N. Mulberry St.
Phone 293-Green, or leave orders
at Bennett's hardware store.
TUTt. VcwTinti n
i , .-. i i i tm i i . n i i i . i i i i of
I . ' .1. . , ...
How the Knights of Columbus get Jobs for veterans. They pay the vet
erans $4.00 per day to find tho Jibs. They also pay them to qualify for oome
Jobs. The Knights have found' 60,000 Jobs for returned men. A K. of C.
class In employment management. Peter W. Collins Is' lecturing.
BIG JOB TO
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS GET
Even Badly Disabled Men Are
Quickly Placed by Earnest
Workers Veterans Paid
to Find Work.
When James White, U. S. Marine,
was operating n machine gun nt Clin
teau Thierry, ho did It with vigor and
vim, a3 every good Marino always does
everything with vigor and vim. Now,
Jimmy White, instead of hlnzlng away
With a machlno gun of war, is blazing
(iwny with a machlno gun of peace;
prorating a high-speed mimeograph
machlno in a high-speed way, and with
pno nrra. ;
Jimmy got his nt Chateau Thierry
thrco pieces of shrapnel In his arm.
It ltnd to como off to savo Jimmy's
life. Nothing daunted, lie lot it part
company with him. And ho was blue,
very blue, for a long time. Until, In
tho hospital, looking dolefully nt the
place whero his arm used to be, Jimmy
was nccostod by a Knights of Colum
bus socrotnry, who told him to cheer
up nodjfljjuipion gptjn(jkn nice, snappy
Job, when ho returned homc.1
Jimmy Whlto wns n cynic. Ho didn't
believe nice, snappy Jobs camo to ono
nrmed men. Ho thought ho wns
through ns n useful citizen. Ho was
disillusioned once ho struck home. Tho
K. of O. lined him up with 00 other
veterans, put them In nutotnobllcs and
paid thcin 51 per day to scout for Jobs
for their comrades nnd themselves.
Jimmy found a Job tho second day
out In n big advertising plant, operat
ing tho mimeograph tho busiest
mimeograph In tho world, Jimmy
This idea of tho K. of O. of paid
veteran Job finders Is resulting In six
hundred Jobs each day for demobilized
soldiers and snllors, and tho same fig
ures, in proportion, holds good in hun
dreds of other cities. Tho Knights
conduct more than 1,700 employment
bureaus throughout tho country. Ite
sults on a proportionate scalo aro be
ing obtnlned throughout tho country.
It was rather a bold idea, which tho
Knights of Columbus put into effect
when they recruited hundreds of young
veterans of tho war soldiers, sailors
and mnrlnes and put them on tho,
Knights of Columbus pny roll at tho
rate of ?4 per day to find' jobs for their
comrades and incidentally for them
selves. Whlo tho Knights, through their
secretaries and Individual members of
their organization, had already found
hundreds of Jobs for ex-scrvico men,
the snmo story of doing tho right thing
by tho returned men was beginning to
loso something of its punch. So Jos
eph C. Pelletler, K. of O. supremo ad
vocate and a member of tho K. of O.
commltteo on wnr activities, lilt upon
tho idea of letting tho returned men
present their own arguments to em
ployers. Tho schemo was Instantly
adopted, nnd within a week Peter W.
Collins, into government lndustilnl ex
pert, who Is director of tho K.-C. em
ployment nnd reconstruction bureau,
had enlisted tho one "hundred men ho
needed, nnd tho drive was started
against tho out-of-wotk lino by tho
same men who had helped smabh tho
Dividing tho city Into zones of man
ufacturing and commercial centers nnd
splitting up the small, compact nrmy
of 100 into hounds of ten, each squad
headed by an experienced1 K.-O. work
er, who coached tho veterans in their
manner of approach, thg attack was
Tho men presented themselves In
i talking teams of two and three before
employment mnnngcrs In largo ofllces
and factory superintendents in largo
plants. In ns few words ns posslblo
they presented tho reasons why tho
,men they reptesented should bo given
immediate employment. On tho first
,dny, with a recoid of 300 places vis
ited, a total of GS7 Jobs wero captured.
All told, tho Knights have placed over
85,000 veterans In good Jobs rill over
4i. -. ..... rrt,,..i ii wnrtn t-ii.
I miu lummy. Aiitiw " "i--vv,Aviiifcin.a
I now organized to find Jobs for vetcr-ions.
Boys Have Learned Art of Con
centrationrrArJ Better Fit
ted for: Life Work. ,
Old man Mnrs does. Something else
besides sharpen 1 plowshares into
swords. Ho sharpens tho wits of tho
men who havo to handle tho swords
or whntcver other articles aro con
sidered most appropriate for finishing
off the enemy in rapid time.
Our men returning irom tho wars
show all tho marks of Improved men
tality a quicker grasp of any tnsk
given to them nnd n keener ninbttion
to bo up and doing. All this has been
generated by army dl&clpllno nnd ex
perience nt tho front, whero a man's
wits wero oftcu his solo physical sal
vation. In their educational work nmong
tho men of tho nrlny and navy tho
Knights of Columbus aro discovering
remarkable aptitude' on the pnrt of tho
returned men to lenrn tho technicali
ties of highly specialized trades. When
the K. of C. installed a school of nuto
mechanics at Camp Dlx, N. J., It was
thought that ono difficulty would bo
tho length of tlmo it would tnke for
tho men attending (the! school to be
come m-nflelenbnutrMnt'thfinlr.s-fis tho
timoil'Oiblr,iajBpoifvh& durflij Ui'tf
period they awaited demobilization.
Superintendent Hnyqs, in charge of
tho school, figured lltatr-n young man
more than averagciy brajny nnd dili
gent could make the course in six
weeks. With a largo class ho discov
ered thnt not ono man wns what ho
had considered to bo tho average.
They were nil abovo'tho nverago. For
within six weeks every man In tho
school wns qualified, to take a good
paying Job ns nu auto-mcchnnlc.
Elsewhere tho Knights tench car
pentry, machlno handling and business
bttbjccts. A largo school In employ
ment management is also conducted
by tho Knights. But everywhere tho
snmo report holds true, that the men
returned from tho wars havo their wits
made keen for scjf advancement.
"Practically all theso.mon," said n IC
of C. supervisor, "will-return to civil
Ufa with their wage earning capacity
heightened. They have to thank mili
tary disclpllno u, good deal for this."
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
A letter from General Pershing re
ceived by William J. Mulligan, Chair
man of Knights ot Columbus War Ac
tivities, expressed in warm terms ap
preciation for what tho Knights of
Columbus havo dono for tho Ameri
can Army nbrond before and since tiio
nrmlstlco wns signed. General Per
ching in his letter said:'
"I wish to express through you to
tho Knights of Columbus' my apprecia
tion and that of the officers and men
under my command for tho vnluablo
services rendered by your organiza
tion to tho American Expeditionary
"Tho actlvo work pf your organiza
tion In Fianco begau early In 1018,
wns well under way by tho spring oi
that year and has been increasing In
scope over since. Boforo tho cessa
tion of hostilities Its workers wero at
tached to many of tho combat divi
sions, and recreation huts had been
openod in tho principal American con
ccntrntlon centers. Numerous com
manding officers havo commended the
dovotlon to duty of your personnel
nnd havo testified to their popularity
and helpfulness among tho troops
whom they serve. ,.
"During tho armistlco It has been
pnrtlculntly nctjvo In tho promotion of
nthlctlcs, a most valuable factor Mr
health and contentment It has also
contributed to tho success of tho army
entertainment program by numerous
appropriations for musical Instru
ments and equipment of Soldier shows;
hns Increased Jts general recrcatlonnl
activities, helping materially to main
tain tho morale of tho Army during
the inevitable period of waiting to go
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