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Taxi sonko, 1 huno'JlC. J, Colu, l
Air. huwurti h i'airtur siipitt Muu
day in Coiumbiu on muincaj. ,
uMr-j Archie Cochran is spending u
few das in Chitago o.i business.
Paper hanging, Phono 35, . xl
Mr. liny S;iiu of Columbus spent
the week-end lioro with tolatlvos.
Mr. 1-. V. Jones spoilt tlio day la
Danlllu on business.
Call VllIialll3, i-lower Shop, 235. tt
Miss Mildred Miller spent Iho week
r end at her homo hcr.o,
S. L. Anderson, county faun agent,
was In Pittsburg Monday on business.
Groceries, drugs, medicines deliver
ed tree. 1'hono 77 lor prleea. Fox &
Mr. L. C. Welbh was In Columbus
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper McCullougli
and aou Arthur, of Utie.i, spent Sun
day heio with iclatlvos.
Quality diugs and medicines, freo
dolivciy. 1'hono 30. Taugher's drug
Mr. J. V McNeil or Ml. Vernon, O.,
haB arrived at Orlando, Fla , for a two
Mr. and Mrs. S. 1 Stfttou of Con
terburg are guests of Mr. and Mis. 1".
Kit UK CONCICItT of VKTOIt ItKC
OHDS at Voting's Juwelry store, Wed
nesday o oiling, March 1, at 7:30. .2!
Mrs. Minnie IicnnoLl and Mrs. Ar
thur Mill'i woio Columbus vlsitois
Mbs Mai Ian Sellers of Columbus
was the v oak-end guest of fi lends in
C. W. MeKeo will make out your
1321 tn return. Second floor, Citizens
Building & 1-o.ui MWP tf
Mr. Itaymonil Wolls of Coshocton
was u business visitor In the city Sat
Mcs3is. Cail Kecnoy and Wayne
Kamp hpeut tho afternoon In Gambler
FKJOh CONriCRT of ('A HUSO'S
VICTOR UKCOItDS ut Voting's Jewel
ry store Tuesday cvouiiig, eb. 28, at
Mr. J. .1. Tanglier has returned
homo from an extended business trip
to Wheeling, W. Vu
' Mr. Woiknrin Nyhart left Sunday
for Detroit., Mich., on a idioit business
Won't forget the lle'hany ('nllngo
fileo club concert at tho Vluo street
Cliurth of Christ, Wednesday evening,
March 1, at 8:15 o'clock, Admission
50c; ehlldien under 12 jours, 35c. 2S
Mr. and Mrs. lliury C, lllochor, ICast
Ill-h street, letunied Sutuidiiy from
Florida clllnn, whurj they had been
spending several months.
Mr. Norman O. Turner, who has
been coiilliied to his homo on llelmont
avonuo by Illness, Is reported much
To advertise our new line of silk
hose, we will o've 20 per cent off on
Bargain Day, Wcdnccdny, March 1.
Wythe .,Ogc. J'-S
Mr. Frodorlck W. Staniin, of Uant
High Flreot, left Sunday night for
HobwoII, N. M. to remain for thieo
months, for tho benefit of his health.
Miss Ileatrlco Iludnut has loturnid
to liur' homo In Wonstor after spend
ing tin week end with MIhm Kvelyn
Squires, ICiiHt lluigciiH slieut.
Wo aao you nionoy on all modi
ilnus. Free dellvciy. I'lioiio 77 Tor
prices. Fox & Stolulioff. ll-17-tf
' Mr. anil Mis. Victor Morrlu and b'lii
Joseph loll Sunday for 'Cleveland
'v. hero they will mako their futuie
Mr. Juiiies S. MoCrackln of tho diy
Goods llrm of Wnlkei-MeCiaekln, io
turned Sunday fiom u busln.ss trip
to Now Yoik City.
To advertise our new lino of ollk
hooe, wc will nlve 20 per cent off on
Bargain Day, Wednesday, March 1.
Mr. thailtM I'renih of I'llea was In
. the city Sunday, lie vIMtud Mr. Ash
ley French at tlio Ml. Veuion bus
Iiltul. Mr. W. 11. Gi.ihun spent Sunday In
Columbus with .Mrs, Graham, who Is a
jutiei.l at u Columbus hospital. Mrs
Graham it) much lmpioed and ox-
' pcctii to leturn homo In a wrulc
Our lateat ttylo oxfords havo ar
rived. Buy thrm of uc. Also a pood
-'work thoe r.t $2.75, J. W. Darncord,
9 West High street. xl s
. Mrs. CJoorgo J.H'!h letunied to her
homo In Columbus on Simd.U' uftev a
blwrt visit hero with her punmts, Mr.
und Mrs J V. Willemln, Fast Uimir
THINK OF US
!! Ml II1MII. I 'tSi
"Say It with flowers" from Sharp's
Flower Store. Phono 895. tt
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Church, Mr. and j
Mrs. U. W Campbell and daughters,
Ccrtrudo and Josephine, have return
ed from several days' lslt with Mr.
and Mrs. J. Kilo of Canton.
Just received a- car of fine Barre
granite monuments. Will sll them
at greatly reduced prices to anyone
desiring to erect a memorial this
sprlng-or summer. Write or call mc.
John Ralston, Howard, O. Mi-1 x27
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ityan, Fast
Gambler street, aro propailng to
move to St Louis, Mo., to make their
future homo. M.1 Ityan has been em
liloyed In the ollicos of tho Cliampiuan
Fnglneertng Co. for i.ovoral years.
Don't forget the Hulliany College
Glee club concert at tho Vino street
Church of Christ, Wednesday evening,
March 1, at 8:15 o'clock, Admission
5Uc; children under 12 jean, 35u. 2S
Little Mies Thelma Warnor's
friends hero will be sorry to learn of
lior critical Illness slueo going to Co
lumbus to reside, llowover, won!
from Columbus today announces that
hso Is considerably Improved.
NOTICE TO ICE CONSUMERS
We arc offering from this date until
March 1, a discount of 10 on a lim
ited number of ice coupon book3 for
the season. Order before the limit Is
up. For further Information and price
and delivery of ice bocks call phone
lb5, day time; or 04t3 evenings. The
Mt. Vernon Ice Delivery Co. tf
Miss Alary Djwds or Mansfield was
a wook-ond guest at tlu home of Mr.
and Mis. llaiold Payne.
Mis F. IS. Shell er of IJangs spjut
Saturday In the city.
Mr. G. W. llyun of Mt. Llboity was
a business visitor heio Satuiday.
Mrs. lioiij.imln lloovor of Toledo
was visiting fi lends heio over the
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, Dennett of
Gambier spent Saturday hut 0.
Mr. Gilbert Cornell of Mauslield
spent Sunday hero witli his mother,
Mih ISIIcn Cornell, North Jeflorsjn
Mr. I. on Alexander of Akron spout.
Sunday beiu with his family.
Mr. and Mis. Malioso Wyrnu of
C'lludoiila weio weekend guests of
Mt. Veiuou ielatlua, '
Mr. and Mia. J. It. George of Wor
cester, Mass., woie wcok-und guests
of Mr. and Mis William IS. (looige,
Kinney road. Mr. Georgo loft this
morning for Wheeling, W. Vu. Mis.
Geoigu will leave Wednesday Cor Cln
clniiut.i, where bhu will Join her hus
band on routo to their homo.
Mr. Albeit Dovault spent Satuiday
In Columbus with li lends.
Mr. J. F. Klldiifr loft Sunday for his
home III Malta, Mont., after a week's
Mrs. Chin leu Stlncmet. returned to
her homo In Lock today alter spend
ing a week with lolatlves In this city.
Green Cloud Over Coral Island.
It would be dlllieilll lor Milliiis to
locate the low Ij lug eoiul Islands, or
atolls, or the I'mlllc but for the ruct
that over each of lliciu there gcnenil
Iy hangs a (loud of 11 tlinriK teilnllc
giceli hue. After one of these giecn
"atoll clouds" bus been seen, the phe
nomenon Is iiIvvii.vh easily recognized.
The cloud Is duo to molstine evapo
rated from thu worm water of tho
shallow lagoon. The smooth surface
or the lagoon acts as a minor mid
throws a giccnlsh icllcctloii on tho
Kvory oiii known ho needs frlunds,
yet, as a mlu, people uiu frlundly on
ly when It Is their Interest to hu no.
Your moiiuy In this hutik'huu no
iuooiIh. It Is at your set vice, when
(hu huh Hhiuus, when It rains, win it
tho cold blasts of winter stilku you,
or w iiilnfui liiuo Is at your door.
Thoio aio many ways in which you
can uso (Ids bank with tho service
which wo give you, and wo invito your
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Main & Vine Sts.
TVttV-T. ftvv. xlO4t. era
ALWAYS A FR!
ml?J ivx Mvfei J? M
K&va&tj. wm&srr jz&jsi&jmm3i
W&fb ymiWzL 'PSPIITHl
WJISE. JKl, H"f w"v' J? ""wSi5 M
StilP Has Faith "in
STltFATOU, ILL, Although n for
tune of 5250,000 she Inherited a
few years ago has been swept away
and she Is ndmlttedly bankrupt,
Miss Kinnin Z. Crlder, fifty, Strentor,
ill., hns not lost faith In the silver,
tongued Chicago stock salesmen who
took her money.
"I am sure all would come out right
If I only had 'a few more thousand
dollars to put In," she says. But Ar
thur Shay, attorney, has HI ml a peti
tion In bankruptcy for 'the spinster and
K preparing other suits to nullify somo
of the deals made by her.
Martin If. Cifder In 1007 left n for
tune of nlmost .$500,000. When his
wife died last year the estate wns di
vided equally between n son and the
daughter, Fauna. Mr. Older was a
good farmer. He never pretended to
know any of the Intrlcncles of modern
Investments and viewed them all with
"Stocks may be nil right, but If you
put yotir money In good old land
mound Stientor no one can run nvvay
with It," he told his daughter. Mr.
Older hud mllglmisly lived up to this
philosophy all his life.
Some tlmo prior to the.v death of
Miss Crlder's mother, n man caljlng
HIGH SCHOOL B. B.
Members of Basket Ball Team
To Be Entertained By
Chamber of Commerce
Members of thq Mt. Vernon high
school baskut ball 'team, Coach New
man and Principal II. C. Koch will he
thq guests of honor at the coming
Wednesday noon day mooting of tho
Mt. Venon Chamber of Commerce. It
will bo In tlio uaturo of ti "thuso"
mooting In lecognltlon of what was
done by tho High school team at thu
atato basket ball tournament at Dela
ware ending with a victory over
Woodwaid Tech of Toledo 011 Satur
day ovonlng. Talks will bo given by
Coach Newman and Principal Koch.
(Dr The Associated Pncss)
CHICAGO, Fob. 1!5 Indictments
against Raymond J. Hischoff, tho Chi
cago speculator, with whom Investors
lost thousands of dollars, and Chillies
HlHcholT, toguthor with 21 others,
who returned by tho grand juiy to
day. Uond.s of $10,000 for tho two
lllschoffs and of $2000 for tho others,
who were field agents of Hischoff,
wuro. fixed by tho com t.
The Prlcon System.
In tinelent (lines pilsons were pri
vate iilliilt.s, used to leinoMi ilvals or
enemies. The Hist nppllnitliin of tho
pilsun sjsiein as a punishment for
Clime caiuit In Hie establishment of
wiMUhniiv'.s In I.diHliui, In irr,0. Pris
ons stinted as lefoim Instllullous In
1701, when Pope ('lenient XI nri;iiul.cd
thu criminal waul of the Hospital of
St. Mhlmel In Idiiiie, us a means lo
aid thu eilmlual lather than punish
Why "Colonel" Is Popular.
Another leiiMin why the grand old
title M Colonel leads all (ho rest Is,
It lu so deiunrr.illc that It spreads lis
nobility and honor nllko In war and
peace. Houston Post.
AS HONOR GUESTS
rS5H ) feslo 1 d Sar,l fev,oEaoF S2?2SSS? T1
rTP (lglfTl fly wFMfgt -; z - -9
ti-NAT't.M Cartoon Con yt ' v aZ , Tg"J yXfctt,w
'lS UlfhrC TT-nnnr t
- .V ... ..., - .v1 lv tAt 1
-li mo MlO VllM?0VLl
himself Knrnghan of Chicago stopped
oft at Strcutor to sell stock In the
Illinois Tractor Company of Bloom
Ington. "My mother put $14,000 In the
concern, and I put In $12,500 of my
own money," says Miss Crlder.
Then came other, salesmen. Miss
Crlder bought from many of them.
Thousands of iloHnfs went Into n proj
ect for the manufuclure of a mysteri
ous mnchlne, In which Miss Crlder
stilt has the utmost confidence.
Miss Crlder bought land In North
Dakota, In Calhoun and Pike counties
nnd In Virginia. Ileal estnte traders
-flocked to her with propositions to
trndo land for the tract she owned
In Calhoun county nnd In Tlko county.-
Miss Crlder finally yielded nnd
.traded this for somo Virginia land.
FOR SALE Five-gallon can No. 1
hou.',o paint. Phono 1118. x2S
FOR SALE Hod" Davenport, good
condition. Phono 1070-bluo. xl
FOR SALE Nleo mixed hay In .the
mow. Phono M-203C. xl
FOR SALE Suits and overcoats.
10 Fast Ohio avonuo. FM x3
FOR SALE Pleco of land near dis
posal plant. Phono 41)1. J. J. Fcen
FOR SALE Fxpcrt rupalr service
on dolicnto electrical and mechanical
devices. Gem Tinker Shop FMWxl
FOR SALE S acre's rich truck land
west of 11. & O. Suo' W. C. Rockwell.
NIqo six-acro home; with good build
ings, two miles out 011 Coshocton pike.
See W. C. KOCKWELL. tf
Seven rotuns, modern, 'toft water
bath, haul wood llnlhli, slate root,
Kivc-nwin cottiiso, modern, two-car
garago, South Gay stroet.
Six rooms, modern, ganago, with
ono or two lots, (lumblor avenuo.
Seven rooma, modern, uoctlonal col
lnr, clBtorn. two car garogo, on Oak
street, just oast of Catherine
Nino rooms, modern, iflno natural
wood finish, three soctlon collar, largo
corner lot, extra largo garago, Kast
Six roomn, suinmur kitchen, slato
roof, c.storn, flowing well, threo lots,
Six rooms, bath, porch, content cel
lar, North Division.
Nino moms, modern, bath upstairs,
stool down, laundry, good houso, close
in, Noil.li Ony
Sovon looms, electricity, hoth wa
ters In tho houso, barn, full cornor
lot, a bargain. Went High.
WYKKU IlKALTV CO.
Phono 741. , x27
FOR SALE 12 worn 'houso, built
KNOW WHY--- Tiny tall 'Em Gho?
u D D q yij-
n r t v no LOOM
WHO 10 .T CWitvt
vjfU ftM tEHT
Q CA -. .... .ue
zf H2A VXmy "-v- "-
gv m,, i, v
bungalow stylo. Can oaslly be made a
duplox. Will soil reasonably this
spring. Kllzabeth M. Slckleu, Froder
lcktown, Ohio" X3-22
FOR SALE-lG9.acro farm, two mll&t
out, main road, 5500..-.Only $1,001)
down, and balance ycarly."sprlng pos
session. A chanco of a lifetime Beo
W, C. Rockwell at onco. tf
Dcst Investment for a rental propo,
sltlon In ML Vornon. Drlok building
consisting of four apartments, 'located
one block of High, on0 block of Main.
Has been paying batter than 10 per
cent on price asked.
A ten-room modern homo In second
block, West Ganiihlor street, front and
roar stairways, nicely arranged for
Modern homes on West Uurgess
Somo flno homes and business prop
erties on West High.
F. L. SPARKS-Ovcr Pitkin's.
, FOR RENT tGarago, 110 East Gam
bler street. Phono No. 848 green, tf
FOR RENT Two furnished .rooms
for light housekeeping at 205 Jiast
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housckcoplug, two blocks
from Main street. Inuulro 205 South
WANTED To huy 25 usod gas
ranges In good condition. Phono
WANTED Souvenirs of historical
valuo of tho Civil war, namoly,"Squlr
rel Hunter's Discharge," an engraving
STOP' PAYING RENT!
fffiin V niiv Hnmo I
WWII M VHI I'UH'WI
You can if you only think so. Look)
these over before buying-
New modorn six-room houso, North
Sundusky bt., near tiro plant $4,500.
Slx-ro9in house, bath, garago, on
paved steot. East Vine $2,000.00.
Modern seven-loom house, three
kinds of water, South Adams at.
Modern sovon-room houso, South
Itogers St. $3,000.00.
Now modern houso with, two lots,
on hill, East End $4,500.00.
Now modorn six-room house, ori
paved street, Oak St. $4,500.00.
Now modern house, 500 block, East
Ilamtramck st. $5,000.00!
Now modern six-room houso, 200
block North Catherine at. $4,000.00.
Modern nlno-ioom house, 500 block,
East Gambler st. $5,800.00.
Now modern six-room house, 200
block Coshocton Avo. $0,500.00.
Modern Hovon-room house, West Su
gar St., 500 block $2,800.00. '
Almost new modern houso, six
rooms, 200 block, Wost Wntnut st.
FLvoroom house, North Sandusky
Somo of these houses can be pur
chased oiv vory reasonable terms. Pay
for your own houso Instead of tho oth
FRED W. KAHRL
No. 5 W. Vine St.
mi l v--. ia' I SVS P! - HV5 nC. Vr - .
im'W8$&&$ ytiy SKSS5 who . tnw
0 sT ilQSSv' r
35icE( r2r'-'i &sx$s4wmw &
? ansa -ro-tr wmwm w?
of the Monitor, etc., to proservo nnd
hnne In O. A. It. hall. J. V. V Elder,
adjutant, 'phono 550 green. xl
WANTED Salesman with car to
call on dealers with a low priced C-000-mlle
fAbrlo and 10,000-mllo cqrd
tire. $100 a roek, with extra com
missions, italvergai Tiro & Itubbor
Co., Michigan City, Ind. xZ7
WANTED Machinists for lathe,
planer ,andjjpr,hig; mill, on, modlum
hoary brick machinery work. 50c
lier hour, straight time, lilno hours.
Write Tho Wellington Mnchlno Co,
Wellington, O. x27
WANTED Young men, women,
oyer 17, dcBlring gorcrnmont posi
tions, $130 monthly. Wrlto for free
list of positions now open. J. Leon
ard (formor civil service examlnor),
Take a Look
8-room strictly modern, close in, line street $5,000. ;
j -8-i-ooni)' full -lot, paved si.,
location, modern tpzvv.
j 21 Acres, G-room house, 2
ries, big buy $3,000.
Fine lot, barn 1(5x24, a good
j cation $750.
Get busy while they last Spring is near.
Taylor, Horn & Hunt
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817 Equitable Dldg., Washington," D.
LOST Hotwoen East Curtis stroot
and; , j jurbln's ' grocery!1 long ( brown
pockbpcW'cmiiu'iiiing 's'uiti of imoney.
llelurti to Durlihip grocery and re
ADMINISTRATRIX'S "NOTICE ,
Tho -State of Ohio, Knoi.CoontyyiWfciri
In tho Probate CourL V
Nollco is hereby given iliat Mamo
Seavolt of Mt. Vornon, Ohio, has been
appointed and qualified administratrix
of tho estate of Ashley J. Beavblt,
lato of Knox county, Ohio, deceased."
L. JAY DUKE
Probato Judgo of Knox County, Ohio.
Feb. 25. 11)22. 2 27;3-6,l3
Once at These I
double garage newiepc ;
barns, chicken house, beiw.
one for a house, good lo-,;.
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