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i,Mers. Carl Fettle and Satnttel l.
saMt last events lit Cen-
t. Gilbert Shaar ha returned Hto
(eland alter jtpeadiag ChrfkiB
Heaweed and Paul
of Mavsrdiaaast last oreafnr
HAtWcJty,;i soMtTof friends.
Paiee soMat aad heels. O. R. Smith
I" cuwuv TWTTMe r hrtuto at foutv ? . i a. Igenuemem! X. Ev fMHyASTHCRE niii'JvnW -
Co., U Til x
erJMtests of Wends In the ?xulU TfiM jyp' ' j- jrdfl "-"- I Hj
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and C J. ' I rawiM.toi.iTTf if Lti MHTenJ'k&- m tM
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ir. IaatXvWaito haa returned borne
TCreraqMsj-ft' visit la Osborne at
one Vw. a&d Mrs. Demser.
jw. ira woiie 01 union
oods motared tn Centcrbarr vester
day, aid transacted business.
Mewrs. Maanel Dial and Robert
Lewis pi Brink Haren were visitors
la MC Vernoa on Wednesday.
3ft Gladys Walton of Gambler
sjxat hhe day bare yesterday with
:Xr. O. R. -Daaftury of Danville
ryemt Wednesday in tho city'on bus!
aesc Itr. and Mm. diorge Jacobs of Gam
bler were visitors In the city yester
Eat the loaf cf quality Golden
KriMt trea4 at your grocer's. tf
Jfr. J. W. Hawkins of Miller town
ship was a ML. Vernon visitor on
MTs.nUslQ Hendershott of Brink
Havett ayeBt-yes'terday in Mt, Vernon
lecas ana reuiires.
Ini-lo Ilines of Frederick-
a Mt Vernon visitor Wed-
D. Branyan of Frederick-
at yesterday in this city with
John Sapp of South Rogers
f returned Jast evening; from a
business visits la Columbus.
Lucy Welker and Miss Alice
spent yesterday In Howard,
of Mr. and Mrs. John
f fTNGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
Jtect yourself against flro with a
la tho A. J. Matthews agency.
a. MttW. Gambler street. tt
I L"- and' Mrs. John Hallcy have re
iVHed to their home on West, Stiffs r
. inlet alter a several days visit in
ibus with relatives and friends.
Mrs. E. A Mitchell of Columbus is
spending several days hwe visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.-HyaU,
South Rogers street. TJ
.Mr. Arthur Branyan baa returned to
Columbus after spending Christmas'
here and in Frederlcktowa with rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. Clarence Wagner of Monroe
Mills spent Wednesday as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. E. B. RlnrharU" West
H you want something different, ask
ywr grocer for "Betty Brown cake."
Yut! say it's different Sealed In a
sanitary package. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Grant IL Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selbold left Tues
day for Florida, wero they will
spend the winter.
Miss Lennabelle Petry has return
ed to her home on West High street
Jpajcead ng a few days in Millwood
th friends and relatlies.
Mis Helen Crumley has as her
stx for a few days Messrs. Gordon
and Donald Wells of Mercers-
Ir. Asa Workman or I no Farmers
banco spent Wednesday and
ay in Danville, transacting
Mlsc Hazel Hughes left yesterday
for Columbus after spending scleral
ys here as tho guest of Mr. and
Ira. W. F. Glascf, Eiist Cntrrtnut
' If yon want to Invest in real esUito
us. We have several properties
am $1100 up. Cochran & Itlnehart.
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Smith havo re
turned to their homo in Akron after
spending a few days with Mr. and
FMrs. A. J. Henley. West Chestnut
Mrs. Amanda Meek, iho has been
raakiru; her home with tier son. Mr.
Friend Meek, has gone to Lancaster
where cue will spend 6reral months
ae"tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. C.
We hato a large supply of good
f what AReCfg? tTO I
charge me forJIhh -me tfALL
F17N6 THE UCAK iVwSTiSfo
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Bndd VanRhoden Dies Wed
nesday At His Hmk Svtk-WestOfMLVerara
Budd Van Rhodea. a well-known
farmer, died suddenly Wednesday af
ternoon at his home, sevea miles
southwest of ML Vernon. He had been
away from home on a business trip
and upon coming to tho house after
placing hU car in the garage, coa
planed of feeling very UL la the
coarse of but a few mlnut?3 and be
fore anything could be done to relieve
him be had passed atray.
Mr. Van Rhodea was ZZ years of
age. He is survived by his widow, a
son. George, and a daughter. Mrs. Os
car Milllken. West Vino Etreet. ML
Vernon, and by three, sisters and a
j,p.. ue Kas trfdely aa!i favor
ably known throughout the county.
Burial will bo at Hontcr.
SPECIAL PROGRAM AT
At 19 o'clock aext Ssoay Twumlug
at Ebesexer c&uica. Hiss kW
Smith, of Delaware, a yossg
, ary from Algeria. Africa, will
MIS3 Szaith wfll appear- la tha
costnmo of the cosstry ska
The following prograsi wfll bo
Scripture Rsv. A. E. Black.
Vocal Trio PhiBip Sixers of Ui
Beet Rev. and Mrs. Black.
Address Mits Kathleea Scslta.
Daet Beatrice Belt and
Reading Mrs. Kirkpatrick.
Jfo evealns service.
FOR SALE 19 atosJhs old pasy.
rwnnr asd hxrsess. Can 1H!
Farsi, owaer etck asd st seU. H
yos. are lookfse for a 73- or 160-acre
gsod s!ock aad srala farm at a p7e
that wfll sore thea qslck. coe la
mxA let cs talk It over. Thesa fzr
are close to aurketca plia. good tsr
provesets aad pleaty c tlm. seed
water. Caa arraage for terras. Doa't
wait coK cow. Fossessioa at oace.
W1KK11 HEALTT CO.
Over Sharp's Flower Store.
Scsth Maia'SL s23
dress H. K-, care Banner.
WANTED Wosiaa or
bcasework. No waskl&c.
tervlHe. CaB 37. "
WANTED PoslUoa aa fcsrsJfeP"
er sa wiaowera aoaw wiia c"""-
CaU 15 East Ohio aveJ, K&n
WANTED To buy. aeU ad
!-. nnv ?25 dum! f orattara." F"
sltsm Eichaaje. 165 West
Fhoaa 7C3 black. W. H. MbIIscIx.
"Say it with flowers" from Sharp'a
Klower Stora Phone 895. tf
Mrs. Carl Mitchell returned to her
homo In Columbus today after spend
ing Christmas hero as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Hazel Titchic of East
Mrs. Flora Jacquet of Rldgcwood
avenne had as her guest during
PtirlntnNla tiflv KvnAknM tf Pntnltln
" ' " , """"- ",,,, 'guest of Mrs. Lake IlyatL East Cheat-
urucii, ui aaiKiu, n tat virgmio. air. I slrvf
uorneu rciurneu yesieruay to nis
Misses Beulah and Xelllc Pel king,
ton, who aro spending the winter in
Miss Ethel Vincent of. Cleveland
spent Christmas here with relatives.
Mrs. Paul Sawvel spent yesterday
ln Columbus, the guest of friends.
Mr. Walter Fouch left todajcror his
home in Casper, W. Vs., after visiting
his mother, Mrs. E. B. Fouch of South
Miss Virginia Alien of Danville is
spending several day3 in this city, the
Columbus attending training school.
arc tho guests of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Felklngton of Gam
bler during the holidays.
Mr. Curtis Grubb of Ohio Universi
ty, who has been the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Grubb of
Gallon, is spending the, remainder of)
this 'week here as the guest of Mr.
EnslI Fletcher of Wooster avenue.
Miss Mary Ball of Ohio State uni
versity Is spending a few days' vaca
tion here with her parents.
Mr. Willis Bebout of East High
street spent tho day In Columbus on
Mrs. Walter Cotton has returned to
Columbus after a few days' tislt in
this city and In Frederickto-n-
Mrs. William Hedges of West Vine
street is spending several days In
Bangs, the guest of Mrs. Guy Lauder
baugli. Mr. and Mrx, Imott Dally of Ceil
terburg spent last eening in the city
Mrs. Earl Beach is quite ill at hur
homo on Dcnison aenue. this city.
Mr. ami Mrs. Herman Kelley of
Arnold. I'a.. returned home feday af
ter spending a few day -with, his
mother. Mrs. William Keller of Itldgc
wood avenue. Ho was accompanied
home by Mr. Bnuie Small.
Mr. anil Mrs. W. B. Itoblnson. son
Clinton and MIs Dorothy Lybarger of
OMe re-screened lump coal at fS perlcolumbiw. and Cadet Ijwrenco Robin
toa at works and 15.50 per ton deliv.b00 of West Point spent Thursday in
ere4 la city. Wo deliver coal In tfapjuw city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ethel Van Valcy of Toledo fa
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Van Valey of
j North Braddock streeL
Miss Mao Baldwin of Cleveland U
spending the week here visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr?. Georgo Uunipus and children.
Dwight and Margery, of MUIersburg.
is the guest of Mrs. Anna Welder ind
Mrs. Cordelia Briggs.
Miis Gretchen Kobcr of Massillon
Is visiting at the home of Mr- and
Mrs. Joseph Cox, Chester streeL Miss
Kobcr will leavo the latter part of
January for an extended visit In Ger
many, Mrs. Frank Turner and Miss Vera
Croston hae returned from a few
days' visit with relatives in Zanes-ille.
POSITION W SOUTH
FOR SALE BY CHARLES
Advice of R&sjeH Sage, oae of Asv
erica's sod. successful taea. who ac-
casalated a fostsae by iHvestl&g ia
real estate, lots acd laad: "Bay Ucd.
Real estate is the safest thing la the
wcrhi is which to invest inaaey. Pat
josr saviags in real estate aad they
, will bless yos with appreciation, la
Increased valae and give you peace of ,
rj x il. - m 1
I T .. - T' and see me. Room 1 Sipe bldg, Sostk
i nous liie irruKrea cu. evesis tt-jiei
yosr doflars saltlply.' Ask yoar
mj-9 win.rr. .m. . .I.1WW A .1 A,, i .1 .
cual sapply bfll for cp-keep aadcper-l 6 roa hosse. good iavestseat. acd FHAHX. O IiEV&IMQ'
ser-' kkm. Bona ... ............ ii,v
LTTTHEB A. STBEAX
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Fanes aad city nupailj bosgat. aeU
aa4 yfcr FrcWtlw reata aa,
reals collected. Firs taaaraacs a wp
dally. ReresefitaUar 1 old reUabJ
tocx comMiiilfit. Afiddeat lasarmac.
Urn nfV lexsrasca. Plats ataxa t-
sraace. aatoaiobBa tMaraace, is fact ? 1
I caa iasuro any property yoa may
aavn. Surety ooada of all ktads. CaR
(Bt Tke auscutcs rtssti
WASHINGTON, Dec 2S Tho
I Mala St Cit
-pboaa No. 447 Black i-
WiU Be DirectonM Of Hm-
phak Asd HsaHk At
Ccladbia, S. C
Miss Ada Graham, daughter of J. B.
Graham of this city, who served as a
nurs6 In Evopo daringthe world war.
has accepted a position as directress
of hospitals aad health-la the city of
Columbia, S. C aad will take up her
duties Jan. 2 0r 3.
' Miss Graham hia just returned
from Columbia, where she went over
tho work and accepted the position.
Sho Is aow la Chicago preparing to
move to the southern city.
BOYS' SLED HITS
MAHER OF MYSTERY
Cenunittee Ir Charje Refue
T Allew Asytlwf Of
Program T Be Kbwh
A DELIVERY TRUCK
Young Son Of Mr. and Mrs.
Jehu H. Mergan Is Se
coHRtry a distance of five inllca for
9'Ji a ton. Terms ca&b. George
laatear. telephone 212. x2S
Mrs. Helen Barre of Mansfield Is
spending the week here as the guest
of hur sister. Mrs. Fred Surlas of East
Viae street and her parents, Mr. and
Jlra. A. C. Harris of the Mansfield
ir. and Mrs. Paul Pharis relumed
Walter S. Sapp. East Gambler street.
Mr. ami Mrs Edward Williams and
son of Newark. Mr and Mrs. Orlcy
Davls and children of this cit Mr.
and Mrs. It. F. Clutter and children of
Homer, Air Vaugban Clutter of Co
lumbus visited at the home of Mr, and
Mm. K. C. Williams of pear Utica on
Miss Clara Woods of Columbus Is
some in Columbus Wedaea-lthe guest of relatives in tho city for a
ending three weeks fa thw fuw day.
Mr. Pfearte. fatal ifjtim Maria Chase t Hebron Is
-the J.C. VWr CMM4t the' hoKdcys Jiere, with rehv
'd trtmmA 'M -
Chester, iixyearId son of Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Morgan, was badly hurt
Thursday morning at II o'clock while
roasting down McKenzie street on a
tied. Near tho foot of tho hill the sled
ran Into the Fobes delivery truck,
striking the back wheel. The driver
storped the car at once and the in
jured child was taken to his home on
Elizabeth strefb A local physician
was called. The boy sustained a deep
gath In the forehead and a number of
bad bruises, on bis leg.
Next 3Ionday evening the members
of the Ml Veracn RiCe & Revolver
club will hold their annual meeting
and banquet at the Chamber of Com
merce. The members of the cummit-
tec on arrangements aad entertain
ment have been eJtceefilagly reticent
as to details beyond iatimatiag that
-it will be somo evening."
One member of the committee ad-
auoa ct uie goTerameat postal ser
vice, as rercrted to the aoase tafaj-,
carries a total of $5S4,614.131, or aWt
f 20,0M0 more thaa last year.vW
Chainaaa Slemp of the sab-cowwitrtee
which drafted It declared tks service
premised sooa to atzed oa its
FOR SALE Ford toaricg ear. 131i
BMfiel. ilatf. McNeai, 211 East Ckest-
FOR SALE Empty barreii tor
meat pacluas. G. U. Joses, oSce
over Blue Ribboa Bakery. jS
FOR SALE Oae clrcafcir &FLst
alto horai- silver plated. Ia case; Tel
ephone 77 blue. x23
FOR SALE Fresh cows aad spring
ers. J. IL Mooer. R. D. 2. Howard.
O. Phone B-70. Baavflle evcaaage.
, 6 room hoes, good iavestmeaL aad
Csrtts SL ILSSO J
C room boe. large lot. hera. caick
a aoase. Oak street -j1-s'09
I lima auciiu-ge ice Oak stJLW
5 room hose, two stories. W. Chest
mt SL f2jW0
5 rooai home, stories, corner lot. N.
5 room home, two stories Elate roof,
good cellar, cistern, chicken house.
frait. S7 E. Pleasant SL fiSM
7 Toom home. Qaeea Aaae style,
electric lights, chicken aoase, garage.
eeaest cellar, lot 65x175 f24
CHAS. H TAYLOR
19 West Viae Street
XZO Phoae 447-Rcd
WANTEr Uocses to wire. Cham
pica Is. Laatz, 'phoae 23 black. xf
WANTED Tiy experienced adddle
ased lady, work with seamstress. Ad-
All bastaesa of legal Baton gtoea
prompt atteatloB aad espedally ta
prartice ia the Probate CoerL OClee
Xo. iEast High reet. XL Vjrmw O
N'ew Phoae, Offlc 184.
WILL J. "Doc" WKLSH
The fin Insuranct Mam
If yea own anything,
CUlxeaa' Phoa 2X1
! B. Gambler Street. ML
eobeet j. aaoasMAjr
Farm ManaBemeat, Farm Rental muJ
Farm Contracts a Speciality. - -
No. 9 E. High SL
ML Vernon. Onto
Office N. W. Comer Main & Vfau S.
Over Knox Saviags & TiTtaj
I30KE US Uf
FOR SALE HOMES
A lovely bungalow of 5 rooms, bath
aad haU. gas. electricity, bars aad
three lots. fJOOQ.
Good 7 rootss. bath, fcrsace. elec
tricity aad corner lot. three clocks
east of Mala street. J15.
Desirable S rcoass aad bars, posl
Uy hoase. aice lot. dose to school.
grocery aad three shops of Cclamba
road. Scath Veraoa. f2.
Good S rooms, bars, poultry hasse.
gcod lot, west side. 2; ose-third
down aad flM yearly.
Nice sabarbaa home of S roons aad
hall. bara. poultry hoase aad oae acre
of fine track land. weU located. 513?.
Good west side 7 rcoass. ". elec
tricity, larse let. bara. paved street,
Some gcod smaU properties c foar
and Cve rooms. located east. Also
milted he knew all about the program
and what it is to be. bet refused flatly 'orae very pabBcly located acreages
to ten wnai ts or to permit it to net suitable for fine homes, close la.
seen. As the time draws near, cur-jw. C. ROCKWELL FARM" LAXD CO.
ioslty Is being more and more excited j t Over Kcos Xatiocal Bank,
for the reason that so much mystery! TkS xM
is beiug mae of the asair.
? WaterroeKna With Paraffin.
To waterproof canvas with paiaSa.
dIsolye one iarc of para a la fear
parts of x'lae. Allow the caurai
teek' ta. IbWwJwiuu. (bra tuns It
p'ti'rtor. Be'carefBl about keetviu
Paroled Convict Gave
Oris Poamtei Camiy
FOR SALE tacre fans, six BtBes
east of ML Veraoa. WBL trade for
town property. If interested, write
Box S.care Baaaer. x29
; FOR SALE Chickea. five Rhode
TREXTOK. X. J Dec. 2S John , Ulaad Red hea, aad a thcraaghbred
Morrell. on parole from state prison, I rose comb cockereL I. G. Haat. ZK
was arrested today aad accused of 'East 1se street. looses- 3 tif
giving poUoaed Christmas candy to
three waitresses- ia a local restasr
ant. The young womea were taaAe
Morrell teld police We got the can
dy from Rev. Charles Elder, prison
chapaia. whose hoate he visited
Christaes. Rev. Eder admitted Mer
rel had bees gives caady. bat said
M family had eates from the same
box aad had soCerce-aa mmmti
FOR SALE The best mvestsaent ia
the city, eettiag 14 per eeat e tite ia
restaseat. L. G. HGXT. 3t Paha-:
saare. Taeses: 362. 1124 red.
FOR SALE Ntee-reem kewse. clave
In. a& asedera eriaoeat. eleefzie
KghL caU aad met wakr. cMtra. A-l
rcmikiem. Trkw nebi at said.?
USED CARS LOWER
Ford Sedan, will trade for Ford touring. e
Ford Ton Truck, worm drive $150.00
5 Ford Sedans with starters $350 to $423
3 Ford Coupes with starters $325 to $37
1 FordEoadster $ FO.00
2 Ford Tourings with starters $225 to.$250
8 Ford Tourings, 1917 and 1918 $75 to $125
1 Speedster, 35 H. P..J $50.00
1 Overland Touring ..' $40.00
Buick 6 Touring, electric starter $575.00
Oakland 6 Touring, electric starter. . .. .$375.0$
Overland 90, 4 pass, toning $350.db
Buick 4 Truck A ....$ 90.00
Maxwell Touring electrip starter. . . $150.00
Krit Touring ..' $ 75.00
Oldsmobile Touring $390.00
Overland 3-4 Ton Truck. 1. $450.00
Chalmers Touring, run only 5000 mflt. $960.00
Oakland Six Soadster ... .$150.00
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