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t- SEMI -WEEKLY
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MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
tfBkllthe Tuesday Morning nd Friday
STEPHEN J. DORQAN
Lessee and Publisher
lUred At the postoflKe, jut. Veinon,
1jUniy Utiiu, 4 aecunu uiaaa cuati
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flubscrlptlon Ilato $2.00 per year,
trtctlj : advance.
itaiolutlons ol Respect, Uuituunet
BO Cards of Tnaulu, six cents put
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1922
A WAY TO GET ROADS FASTER
The present board or county com
missioners has two road propositions
for the coming summer that will save
the county road fund to the extent of
06 2-3. The townships Interested
will sell tholr shun of bonds and the
farmers will pay their share In cash,
which equals Gii 2v!. Tliat gives the
commissioners a chance to take on
more propositions. Instead of using
100 of county funds we uso only
33 1-3. This is as near as the "pay
as you go" can be handled and build
WILSON IIHADRICK, Prcs't
Iloard of County Commissioners.
b vi- .
Mr. and Mrs. Krnost Hell enter
tained I lev. Voder of Sinlthvlllo over
The sacred cantata, "Jophlhah's
Daughter," was given Saturday even
ing, Feb. 18, and was much enjoy
ed by all. It will he given again on
. March 4 at the M. 10. church.
Mrs. Harrison Workman, oast of
town, spent Satin day evening anil
.Sunday at the home ot Mr. C. Meeks.
Mrs. Clyde Parsons and daughter
Martha, of Orrvllle, spent Suuda
,vvlth Mr. and Mrs. Henry llibbcts.
v" Mrs. llrowne'y of Columbus spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Sarah House.
Mrs. Kdlth llouek of Akron visited
her mother, Mrs. Hell rorrell, Sun
day. Mrs. Jennie St.ro uso of Columbus
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Robert Hyatt.
Mr O. M. IIoovih will move to Mt.
Vernon tint iirst of April.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Crlll were call
ers at Manslleld last Tuesday.
Mr. .lames lloagland spent Sunday
nt Mt Vernon.
Mr. C. C, Loiter of ML Vernon
spent Sunday hero with lelatlves.
Tlie 'bus is not running lne.iiiso of
tho bail condition of the roads.
Tho Ladles' Aid mot Wednesday
with Mr. K K. ll.itcmau. The next
mooting wilt bo In two weeks at the
home or Mrs II. I'. Cocbi.in. Tliu
ladles will knot comtoits on that day
for the hostess
Mrs. Alta Koyes and Mrs. Hollo
Frcdricks, who haui b -jn on the hick
lint, ate both able to be about.
Thubo cm the sick list at tho pics
cnt time aro M. (ir.ilton Williams,
Muster Linden Sch-'.r, little Donu.i
Ooily and Mr (ioorgo Shopheul, the
latter's condition being very critical.
Mr. Walter MiCutchoon and family,
of near iliitl'-'r and Mr. and Mrs. lid
ward Kyan were guests Tui'Mhiy of
Mr. (Icorgo .loluisou and wife. Mis,
Johnson, b lias been 111, Is ninth
Mr, Cloyde McKcJ and family took
dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrj. Hoy
Mrs. K. K. Hateman h.ul as her
nucsts Sunilay Mr. and Mis. Albert
Schof and children, Mrs. l-llnm Hair.
Mr, Hubert K Hutker and family, and
MIsb Lthelludo' Knclior of lioutou.
Mr. and Mrs. Whoulor Johnson and
Ml, and Mrs. Clay llumpiis spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. lleorgo Harris,
Mrs, Lawrence Oroen spout Wed
nesday with Mrs. Cora Raich.
Mies Gladys Haiker anil Mr, (Jeorge
McKeo epit Sunday afteinoon with
Mlbs Wave Schooler. "
Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Clicoii tpont
Sunday ovcnliig with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Clmenee- Ashcralt is able t.i l
out again ufter being 111 with rheuma
tism. f0V8AUE n2-vot Jloos'pr electrto
IN LOCAL COURT
Eva B. Levering Withdraws
Contempt Charges Against
Homer B. Levering
TWO MOTIONS FOR
NEW TRIALS FILED
Inventory Filed In Probate
Court; Other Notes From
The Court House
'lhu charges, alleging contempt ot
ouuu on uio pan, oi u.o cluiuiiuunt la
mi! case ot iwu is. Levering vs. Ho
iner u Lovtf.nib have been witu
drawn in tho Knox county common
pleas court on the part ol tho plain
tiff. An entry was llled In couit Friday-
morning .showing that tho plaintllt
has withdrawn tho charges, and the
proceedings have bepu dismissed by
Judge llluir. Tho pl.ilntllf llled con
tempt ol court proceedings some
days ago, alleging that the defendant
had failed to carry out tba orders ot
tho touit In paying his alimony.
Motion Is Filed
In tho case ot John C. Levering vs
Cieoigo Wlsnor, a motion for a new
trial has bepn llled by tho deleiidiint
in the Knox county common pleas
In tho case of Ohio vs. Asa K. Par
hoiis, convicted on n charge of non
suppoit, a motion for a now trial has
been bled in tho common pleas court
of Knox county. W. l Gurvcr Is the
attorney for thu defendant.
Jin inventory and appraisement
lins been llled In probalo conrl by
Meaner .Moore, executrix of Frank
Moore, showing tho following; Per
sonal property iflili;), securities' ?C,-
502.21), claims ?8,03.ri 27, real estato
flV'O.".. Total $31,70.".. 17.
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Nrw Bond Filed '
A new bond has boon llled In pro
bate couit by Banner M. Allfji, ad
mlnlstiator of Henry Harrison Greer.
'I lies new bond Is In tho stun ot $00,
000 and Is furnishod by a surety com
Harry K. Dnollttlo, guardiitii of
Margaiet K. Hoolittlo, has llled a
llrht partial account In probate. It
hhcnvti thu sum ot ?r, 17.72 received
and the sum of $.r paid out, leaving
a balance of rl2 72.
lsdh.llo Kuriiian, adiululstratrix of
I limy J, W. Furmati, has llled a first
ii ml Dual account In lhu probatu court
ot Knox county. It shows tho sum
of $2JU0 icrolvcd and the same sum
1'. I j. Wilkius has beau unpointed
niliuliilstrtit.ir of lluu Snowduu by tho
probatu court ot Knox county. Hond
1,000, with W. J. Sporry.-nnd Loona
Will. ins as hiiretles.
An apiilii'.itlon tor tlie appointment
of a guai dlan for Sarah Tlsh has
l'i"'ii iii.i'do In tho Knox county pro
b.itu couit. Tho matter has been set
down for hearing heroic Judge Duke
on Match I.
l.eroy H, Fori est, clerk, and Sarah
10. Nixon, both ot Mt. Vernon. Hov
John S. Campbell, farmer. Duller
township, and Ollvo F. Whttmoio,
Howard. Hov. Hugh Wayt.
Ar.rlnnment of Cases
Juilgo Hlalr has made an assign
ment of jury cases for tho wes,k bo
gliiUJufy l'cl, 27, ,Tho, assignment .fol
lows: Monday -Simmons vs. Walker, unci
Strauss vs, Collins,
Tuesday Greer vs. Greer.
Wodnosday Swc.tliiiiil vs l'onn.
Thursday-Goldstein & I'orlnr.in
vs. 1'aiker Ohio vs, Lewis Hands,
cliurgoil wllli nou-hupport,
The court of apieals will bo In ses
sion here tlie v!c of March 0.
Another assignment of cases will
bo made for tho week commencing
Claiming that her children are In
want and that bIio Is unable to euro
for Ihem,. Kunnle Mao Hansom liasj
stnte tho caus-q ot action, for alimony
and tho custody of tho children,
ngainBt Clarcnto E. Ilansom.
Plaintiff, In hor motion, tiled by her
nttornoy, n. E. Sapp, states that her
children aro In want and that sho Is
unable to support thorn. Sho says' sho
has appealed to tho Juvenile court to
havo tho children admitted to tho
Children's Home but that her appeal
was of no avail.
Judgo Hlalr lato Friday ordered tho
case reinstated In tho Knox county
common pleas court.
In tho case ot Hobcrt McClurg vs
Dwlght Hyatt, a cognovit Judgment In
tho sum of ?147.60 has been taken
against tho defendant In tho Knox
county common pleas court.
Tho case of Itobcrt D. Strouso vs.
Georgo Collins has boon settled In
tho common pleas court of Knox
M.tE. Kerr of Huekoye. City has
been appointed guardian of Sural!
Ruth Kerr tyyUho probate court of
Knox county. Hond ?4,000, with
Claronco Spearman and Walter W.
Slato as suretl.es. ,
A schedule of debts and liabilities
has been llled In tho probato court of
Knox county by John Williams, as
signeo of L. C. Hradshaw, showing a
total ot $0)33;!.G2
A first partial account has been
Pled In thV probato court ot Knox
county by Catherine Sapp, guardian
of Lucy 11. Sapp, showing the follow
ing: Heoclved $1876, paid out $209,
loavlng a balanco of ?l,iG7.
Henry Haul Van Winkle, farmer,
Warhlngton township, Licking coun
ty, and Muriel K. Kvcrs, Clay town
ship. Hov. W. F. Curtis of Utlca, O.
Real Estate Jransfera
C. & G. Cooper Co. to O. M. Mavis,
parcel In city, ?1.
Hannah Hector t.' Cordelia A.
Hrlggs, parcel In Mt Vcirnon, ?1.
William Georgo to Maggie C.
Chambers, parcel In Clinton, $1,372.87
William Georgo to Maggie C.
Chambers, pnrcol Jn Clinton, H
IlT H. 'Lyile, 'hhorlir,'. to Losllo II.
Wise, parcel in Morris, $1500.
Myrtlo 1'arrish t,T tho Danville
r.uckeye Italty Co., parcel In Danville,
Charles l'arrlsh to tho same, ?H7L
Hoard of Education of Union Town
ship to Mohican Union grango, parcel
In Union, ff.00.
Kmest V. Vlim to Jackson King,
parcel In Monroe, $1.
TRICK RESIGNS AS
Thomas Trick, for ninny years a
trustee of Clinton township, tendered
his resignation to tho board at a
special mooting Friday night. The
resignation was accepted.
Mr. Trlek was compollod to resign
on account ot Ill-health and his ad
Justlco ot tho Poaeo Goorgo S liar
tor has tho authority to appont Mr.
Trick's successor, and it was an
nounced, that tho appointment would
be mado (sometime Monday.
William Hurgoss, doreated candi
date for trusteo last Novombor, may
bo appointed to tho olllco by Magis
trate Hartcr, It wns announced Sat
Next Wednesday, Mar. 1, is to ho
Hurgaln duy Jn Mt. Vornon. Tho lo
ciiKmorchiints now practically havo
completed tholr seloctlons of offerings
thoy purpose to present for tho com
ing Bargain day tradurs' approval.
There Is proinlso that somo really
ocollont and attractive offerings will
Harguln day salos now havo been
tho rule In Mt. Vernon long enough to
havo been tostcd sufficiently to dem
onstrate tholr value. The buyer long
ago discovered that at those seasons
he Is nhh to find and to carry homo
some real bargulns; tho. merchant has
learned that the stimulus ot such of
ferings bring additional trade Into
If you aro all run down, weak nnd
nervous ami feel out of borts with ev
erything uticl everybody, get back In
BARGAIN DAY COMES
PROPERTIES OE KNOX TIRE CO,
SOLO Fi SUM OF $175,00
A COMMITTEE OF STOCKHOLD
Committee Headed By F. D. Spencer, Harker M. Lybarger
and Others Purchase Properties Of Knox Tire & Rub
ber Company At Bankruptcy Sale This Afternoon For
The Sinn of $175,000; Several Other Bidders For The
Mt. Version Plant. '
The buildjngs, plant and ether property of the Knox
Tire & Kubbcr Co. were sold by Trustee Paul M. Ashbaugh
Saturday afternoon for $175,000 to F. G. Litsch of Middle
town representing the committee 'of stockholders headed
by F. D. Spencer, and others.
more than an hour of active
The sale was conducted
house at 2 o'clock, local time.
p. ni. but this, was of the Central Standard time,' an hour
.slower than the Eastern tune used locally.
A large crowd that filled the walks, steps and: ground
adjacent -witnessed the sale. The bidding was done by but
three or four persons. The sale was cried by Patrick Pur-cell.
A few minutes past 2 o'clock Pat-4."
rick l'urcoll climbed upon a box and
announced tho sale was about to be
gin. Ho was followed by Trusteo Paul
M. Ashbaugh, who lead the official
nolico ot tho sale mado by order of
fleleiee U. M, Greer. This was sup
plemented by a letter from the Mt.
Vernon CJiamber of Coiumorco, sign
ed by Secretary Hoy L. Russell, to
tho effect that the chamber will In
no way embarrass any bonaflde pur
chaser of the property ot tho Knox
Tfi o &. Rubber Co..
Trusteo A-jhbaugh announced fur
ther that the properties would ho of
fered for bale as a whulo and not bo
the separate Items listed. A substan
tial down payment, not less than
$3,000, will bo required ot tho pur
chaser. The sale must bo completed
In all Its details within 15 days or
.when euufirmed by the, United States
Auctioneer Puri-ell resumed his
placo upon tho box. and began to cry
the salo, giving tho total appraised
value at $2:U,1SG.(2, and that tho
proporty could not bo sold for less
than three-fourths tho appraisement.
Tho sale was to bo to tho highest bid
der. Tho ilrst call was for a $200,000 bid,
with no olfers. Tho llguro was drop-
pod l $175,000, with no offors, and
then to tho three fourths valuation,
with still no oll'ois.
After a long wait with no offers, tho
announcement was mado that the
best bid ort'eied would bo nccopte'd
subject to tho approval of the court.
The iirst bid ollerod was mado by
Georgo Jones of JU. Vernon, starting
Jones continued to bid until tho
iprli'o had bcou run up to $100,GO0,
which was his last bid. From that
llguro the prlco was slowly carried
up by $100 offers to $150,000. There
after tho bidding was dono In $G00
oilers, the last bid bolns offered by
F. G. Litsch of Middlctown
Mr. Litsch immediately after ho had
purchased tho property lnformod tho
Banner lcpiesentatlvo ho dad pur
chased tho property for tho stockhold
ers ot the Knox Tiro & Rubhor Co.,
whom ho represented. Ho would
miiko no other statement at this tlmo.
After a strenuous trip through tho
mud, stalling soveral times In an au
tomobile, and being compollod to walk
about two miles through tho mud, tho
Knox county commissioners and Coun
ty Suivoyor VnnVoorhls journeyed to
Utlca yesterday to consult over n
road Improvement, only to find that
tho commissioners ot Licking county
W0ru uuablo to roach Utlca.
Consequently the meeting was call
ed off and another scheduled for next
Friday afternoon, March '3, at Con
teiburg. The commissioners of tho
two counties wero lo meet to cIIscubs
matters poitiilnlug to tho improve
ment to tho county Hue road leading
out of Homer.
Tho Knox county commissioners
and tho county surveyor left hero at
10:15 yesterday morning but did not
nriivo in Utlca until 1:30. They stall-
cd In tho mud threo times rind wero
compollod to tear down u fence and
pry tho machine out ot the deep mutt.
Then they woro compelled to walk
two miles through tho mucius 11 was
almost Impossible for a 'machine to
pull through tho doep mire.
"JlIT. tJILUAD.-O.. F4jbi24SAllcglnB
The sale was made after
bidding representing several
at the south door of tlie court
It had been advertised at 1
eloped 'with the Rev. William Crab
tree last February, tho Rev. Hugh
Rough today brought suit for divorce
against her. The petition states that
tho Rev. Crabtroe at the tlmo was
conducting revival services In Mus
kingum county and that Mrs. Rough
left her homo her going to Marlon
where sho Joined the Rev. Crabtreo.
A demonstration of dress form
making was held at the homo of
County Agent nnd Mrs. S. L. Ander
son, 1113 EaBt Vine street, on Friday
afternoon. This demonstration was
attended by 12 representative leaders
from ns ninny places In the county.
Four dress forms were mado and the
process of making demonstrated dur
ing the nfternoon.
It is purposed to continue these
demonstrations from time to tlmo at
places throughout the county. It is
possible by the process taught at a
cost ot 85c to build a dress form that
would If purchased, cost tho owner
$lfi. These forms are nsed In dress-
making and enablo women having
thorn to mako and fit their own dress
es. Much interest in tho manufacture
of these dress forms is being develop
ed among the thrifty women of Knox
Members of tho Mt. Vornon Rifle &
Revolver club held tholr weekly shoot
Friday ovcnlng nt their naw rango
and, clubroom In tho Woodward build
ing. For the first timo tho members shot
at tho targets from prone and stand
ing positions, Heretofore they always
have shot prone; better conditions nt
tho now range now mako It posBlblo
for them to shoot from the standing
Tho members of tho club oxprct to
havo tho B0 foot revolver tarpet In
stalled nnd ready for uso by their
Tho scores mado ut Friday oven
ing's shoot are:
Vnn Horn 194 C8
Quldor 190 51
C. VnnVoorhis 189 59
McMillon 189" 55
Pipes 189 52
Sevlts . 187
Woolson . : 1S1 G9
Dr. Grossman 1GS
Russell 177 yo
Stoughton ISO 43
12 bulloyes. 12 bulloyes. 10
Best poBslblo scoro Prono 200;
Miss Prlscllta M. Tarr ot. Mt. Vor
non, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Tarr, North Mulborry streot, Is
among tho Ohio students placed on
the honor roll of tho Freshman class
of Oberlln Collcgo, according to an
nouncemont made by the. Oberlln fac
A Ford Bedan belonging to C. C. Lu
cas of West High street was badly
damaged by fire at 10 o'clock Friday
ovening. Tho car hnd beon parko'd on
West Vino stroet, between Main nnd
Mulborry, whilo tho owner nnd mem
bers of his family visited the Vino
- The flro is thought to have been
. I nitii i4r.l ! ,1 i 1 1 lf. mt. et
1 " uuiccuve wiring. 1110. nro.
department was called and put out
Thousands of people who had lost
hope of ever being well again have
been restored t health mid happl-
.noss Jjy, Tanlac. Taughers drug store. I
tho flro. All tho wiring was destroy
ed and tho englno and hood suffered
some dainace- Tho car's cushions nl
so were damaged somewhat by tho
ohomicals used in putting out tho fire.
Although tho hour wns late qulto
a crowd was attracted by" tho fire.
Tho damaged car was removed to a
garage for repairs Saturday morn
ipg. SHAKEUP IS FORECAST
IN CENSORSHIP FORCE
Current reports of friction In tho
stato division of film censorship led
yosterday to forecast of a shake-up
In tho department.
Similar troubles existed six weeks
ago but were Ironed out by a survey
committee named by Director of Edu
cation Rlcgel, under whoso depart
ment 13 the division of film censor
It is known that Mrs. Evalyn F.
Snow, chief censor, has attempted to
remove an assistant or two only to
And, first: that civil service regula
tions, prevented, and second: that
Rlcgel Is .the appointing power.
Dr. John A. Burgoyne, well known
physician of Columbus, died at his
homo In Columbus yesterday follow
ing a brief Illness of pneumonia. Dr.
Burgoyne was quite wiell known hero.v
Ho .was a room-mato of Dr. N. R.
Eastman at Starling Medical College
for two years.
Miss Selora Gaines received a mes
sage today tolling of tho death of
Miss Amelia E. Hurford, a former
resident of Knox county, which oc
curred nt her homo in Norwalk on
Tho remains will bo brought to Mt.
Vornon, arriving hero Saturday after
noon at 12:15 over tho H. &. O. rail
road, and will bo conveyed to Hope
well church, where tho funeral ser
vices will bo held and f Interment
m n do.
Miss Hurford formerly resided near
Hopewell. Sho was tho daughter of
Crawford and Mahala Hurford.
William Honryi Harris, agl Ik,
died at his homo in Morris township
at G o'clock Thursday evening, fol
lowing a year's Illness of heart trou
ble. TIip deceased is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Anna Harris, and tho fol
lowing children: Fred and Dwlght, of
Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Charles Fadley of
Centorburg, Jessio and Clydo Harris
of Frcderlcktown, Roy (Harris, who
resides at homo, Mrs. Ray Willcts of
Millorsburg. Ho also leaves a sis
ter, Mrs. Samuel Gilbert of Nowark,
and six grandchildren.
Funeral services will bo hold at tho
homo Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Burial in Mound View cemetery.
FREDERICKTOWN, O., Fob. 24-
Goorgo Sheppard, aged 75 years, died
at 11 o'ciocic I'Tiuny morning ni ins
homo near Hatemantown. Death was
duo to dropsy after an illnoss of sev
Tho deceased who was a civil war
veteran is survived b yhis wife, one
son, Logan Sheppard and ono daugh
ter, Mrs. Amos Vernlor, both rosld
ing near Batemnntown.
ULADENSBURG, Feb. 25 Mrs.
Priseilla Portorlleld, aged 80 years,
died at 5 o'clock this morning at her
home hero after soveral mouths ill
ness of paralysis.
Tho decoascd leaves five children,
namely, Mrs. Jessio Wright, Miss Ma
ry Porterfield, Mrs. Stella Wolfe,
Charlos Porterfield, and Thomas Por-
" IOO70 Safety 4 Interest"
Fortune in Bonds Lost
On Country Road
iMr. ,7. B., a prosperous farmer living in
a near-by state, drove, over, a rough coun
, try road tliis:vintci .
Along" the way, .a bag containing $1,1 ,400
in Libert v Bonds was jolted from his car.
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If .YoiKhayvOrinpnoVpor boiKlsnuse regist-
emMimUio scuil fhcni 'to "THE "OLD I
HOME" of Newark where they will be
" lOOo SAFE."
Write for full instructions for saving iu
PEHMANCNT AS THC
North Third ana" West Main St., Newark
tcrflold, nil residing In Uladensburg;
Funeral services will Occur Monday
afternoon In tho Presbyterian church
and burial will bo mado In tho Mar
cr, Mrs. Edward. Spcncc, 87. lie, loft
nt 8 o'clock for Nashua, N- H. ( .,
tho resdlt of un qllnosqroux
an infected foot. Sho liad been 111
sonio two weeks and had' been
thought to be. jlolng nicely. Her ad
vanoel ago, however, mado It Impossi
ble for her tar withstand tho shock
and withstand, her ailment. Her death
occurred upon her birthday. Sho was
a n'ativo of Scotland being brought to
this country by her parents when au
Infant in arms.
Surviving Mrs. Spcnco uro seven
children, two sons, of whom D. M.
Spence of Mt. Vernon is one, and ilvo
Tho funeral probably will bo held
noxt Monday but the plans wero be
ing delayed until tho arrival ot Mr.
Spence from Mt. Vernon.
Pierce Thayer was called to Now
ark Thursday evening by a message
'announcing tho sudden death of his
cousin, David Plerco of Beverly, O.
The latter had been at Columbus bo-
fore tha pension examining board and
was taken ill in Newark as ho was
returning to his home.
Shortly after leaving tho train at
Newark ho was taken ill and mado his
way to a hotcd where he asked for a
room and a physician. Withl nlO
minutes he had died. Tho cause o
death was diagnosed as angina pec
toris. David Picrco frequently had visited
in Mt. Vornon at the home3 of Goorgo
Thayer and Pierce Thayer. The. last
time he was hero was but two weeks
ago. Ho then appeared to bo in nor
In the late World war ho served
with tho 37th division, A. E. F., over
seas, seeing service on six fronts. Ho
was gassed slightly at Vlmy Ridge.
Ho was 38 years of ago and was un
married. The arrangements for the funeral
aro not known here.
Get rid of that' indigestion, stomach
trouble and nervousness, build up
your system and regain that lost
weight. Tako Tanlac. Taughor's
drug store. 28
f YOUR TEETH!
: A GOOD TOOTH ;
: and I
- A :
GOOD TOOTH :
PASTE ' :
and with persistent use you'll S
have good solid, clean appear- ;
ing, pretty teeth and a healthy ;
mouth. We sell tooth brushes
to fit any mouth as well as the
' right kind of tooth cleansers.
115 S. Main St.
Mt. Vernon, O.
D.f M. Sponco, secretary of the , . M.
0A.MwjiQ caled to Nashua, jN.l III,
l&ldljji Hlght hy fa mclklgd forfnUjiM
fnfcaho ueath'.ofShls .vinJribto mM-
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