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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910
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FRANCIS B. HARRISON
Congressman Who Had White
House Door Slammed In Face
MARIETTA COLLEGE
JUBILEE IS OPENED
President Tall to Be Sneaker
Wednesday.
;
Marietta, O., Juno 1.1. Miirlotta Is
today a nmss of gay colors in honor
of tlio greatest event in hor his
tory tho diamond juhllcu eolohra
tlon of Alnilettu cidlogo und home
coming week. Many celebrities, in
cluding President Tnft nnd Governor
Harmon, will lie hero, and thousands
of visitors nr expected. Tim occa
sion is the- celebration of tho seventy
fifth nnntvorhary of tlio granting of
tho cliarter of Marietta, college.
Today Is being given fiver mostly
to social alfaiis. Tomorrow Is alumni
day. Tho llftloth anniversary of Ma
rietta chapter of i'lil Ileta Kappa will,
ho celebrated, and Professor Fdwlu
A. Clrosvenor of Amherst college, na
tional president, will delivur two ad
dresses. Wednesday Is anniversary day.
President Taft will arrlo at 12
o'clock and spend the afternoon here.
Ho will deliver two nddiosw'H, one In
tho park and the second In tho com
mencement hall.
DIES DEFENDING SON
Woman Shot Down by Husband, Who
Then Ends Own Life,
lliclimnnd, Va Juno CI. Allen 1).
Taul, trouHiuer of tho Pine Street
Daptlst church, shot and hiHtnntly
killed his wife and later blow out 'his
brains, ut the Paul home. The shoot
ing followed an fill-night njiurrcl.
Mis. Paul was killed In defending her
Mia Leslie, X, hs the father, who hud
retired shoitly bofoio the deed was
committed, entered the boy's room
moil after, armed with a T.'-ciillher-rvolvr.
Ills wife i ashed I. between
Mm und the boy Just as he pulled the
trigger, the bullet tnklng effect in
Iter left aim and penetrating her
left lung. Crying for tho lad to inn
"for his life." the mother fell to tho
floor. Standing over her body
lmin Hied another bullet Into her
breast, resulting In death In a
the
lofl
few
minutes. It Is thought thai he was
afflicted with nu attack of temporary
Insanity.
LIVE STOCK ANDGRAIN
CHICAQO Cuttle Hcivm. .'. S0(ff8 )6;
'I eXIiS BlOlTH i." 8.'lt7 HO, I'P' HtlH-IH,
tt Gll'd" Ml. xlo.'kvM mill tVcilt't. $1 HOW
. 60, cun unit lii'lfPM, J iliMfT H,
ChIvi n.tC IW) 00 Hlieiip Hint Lumlis
r.alln alit-ep. t'l B1G Oil, woHlerii, $3 75
'OH 00, niitlw Iiimliri, If r.UftH Ml. WfHt
i.rn, St .Mfii 0U y.Mii'.liiKH, 10 loft il i,l),
IIohH.-UkIii 4'.i lRfi 7U, inlxcil, J:i i.ii
70. hit IV). J'l IQCfil 70. ioiikIi, y MP
0 r.0, pl, !i iOtfl 00. Wheat No. 2
lid. SI Olfi'l 0G Ciiril No. 2, r,9',6
C'jV OutH-Nii 2 white, 39VifM0e.
EAST QUFFALO C'ultlc Kxpoil cat-tie,-IT
75iH 00, HhlpiiliiK HtueiH, J7 00 W
7 f6. Iititelitr cattle. C 7fi6f7 USj liclfom,
5 SUU7 2ft; fill rows, U 00i; 20; balls,
14 aSVO 10, i.illlfin unit prliiKorx, J3 00
70 uo. CalvcH VJ OOjl'i no. .Sheep unit
J.mnliM MUi'il Hlicop, 15 BOtffP 76; wetli
ri, t0 00WU 15; ewes, 15 OOftC 80, year
ltiitiH to 0S1K r0, HpriiiK ImntiN, 10 DUW
7B. ItOKh- IIi'uvIih, J;i 00; niidliiiiin,
St "j05f 0 US YoiklTH, !' HBJrlO yO; plifn,
110 10, roUtfliif, )'J III Mhkh, JS 00,
PITT8DURQ Cuttle. Choice, IS 2&Q
1 40; prime, 1 HOUR 20; tidy biudiem,
S7 V'Cir' CO, lii'Krm. S4 007 (10; eowv,
bulla unit Muti", 14 00G 7C; ItniiU vow.i,
W Withl 00. ftilvex- Vrnl, $7 00 jf!) SO,
FlKtip utul l.uinlm Pi line wrtlifru, 3 00
C 76. K(kI nilxi-d, M OUtK 40, lainliii,
14 00(tK 00' Hiirlnc InmbM, g OOtfS uo,
How Prim lieavlea. i KOB flij m
tllumit, tl V.I; 'liKitvy Verkun, yj MjJ
10 00, IIkIU Y(irki-i, 110 OOOilO 03, pIkh,
10 05 trlO 10,
CLEVELAND CiUlle: Cllnleo Me em,
(7 W)7 &0, lielfiTB, IS C0t7 00 fat eowi,
V, 0003 tO, IjuIIh, )S OOQG !i, inllkam
und HlHliiKkm, 130 00tf0& 00. Calvin
ij tO ilown. rilivrp ami I.uinliv Mlxi'd
Biiup, 14 coa4 :r.: e, i 0094 co,ict
flltop, tt OOrrjt) 73. IuiiiIm, II O0'(fX CO,
iloH HeiivleH 19 65. infilluniH, D 70;
YorUcrB, t'l 70UU 75. plKM, t 76; inlxrd,
ft) 70(ll 73. niutiliH. U 60; hIukh. J7 75.
CINCINNATI- Whenti No 2 101I, II oa
(1 13 Coin No i tnlxi'il, nivi$f03o.
Oat--Na i mixed, 3Sit03ap. Ity No.
z, siwazo i-T'i ir: so. nunc Muati-
313 "6 Hnron--Jl( 60 Cattle 13 23i$
1 to Sheei 12 6091 75. IanibH 00p
1 110 HoKM-tS 76M8 05,
TOLGDO-Wlieit. tl 08', OOl, S9?;oj
-yjre, 7Dl, ulorseeUt to 80.
4 1 K,,Ai, 'Aj?s. XjjL
1VIIAT A WONDERFUL CHANGE
The Howard Holler Mills have been
compelled to run nlmost night nnd
day to accomodate tlio rush of farmers
nnd orders from merchants for tho
Pride of the Valley Hour.
Under tho management of Mr. K. I.
Ilrown of tho Hrown Milling Co. In
spite of tho open houses kept nil over
tho country by tho Minnesota, Hour
ptoiplo who give free lunch nnd a snek
of Hour to everybody while they aro
soliciting orders.
Why Is This So
Hecnuse the grocers of Hownrd and
and adjoining towns, cities, farmers
rnd consumers bellovo In standing by
their home wheat growers and the
farm laborers Instead of tlio north
webt people. No! don't let us stand
still and see ono of the best enter
prises we have shrink, dwindle and die
by tho sting of n great monopoly with
Its millions, giving away thousands by
gifts and premiums to suppress tho
preatest enterprises of this country,
known as tho winter wheat growers
nnd tho mills.
We want to say Just hero that we
have tho llrst tlmo over to blend one
pound of spring wheat flour in our
flour. Wo liavo always believed In
standing by our homo wheat growers.
And, anyhow, tho Hour mado by tho
Hrown Milling Cp. out of tho puro
winter wheat Is the richest and whit
est, needing no alum or other bleaches
to mnko delicious white bread and
cakes. ,
Don't forget to cnll for tho "Prldo of
the Valley" Hour and ho convinced.
1IHOWN MILLING CO,
Howard, Ohio.
SHORT LOCALS
nutter 22c, eggs 22c.
Sharp's for cut flowors, 8 N. Mnln.
Qeni Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf
Clougu for sowing machines. tf
Flowers and Moral designs. Ahorn's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. H. Wllllnms were
Columbus visitors this afternoon.
Croquet sets CDc and up. Woolson's.
Metzgor, tho up-to-dato tailor. tf
Mr. John Klngslleld of Akron spont
Sundny in Mt. Vernon tho guest of rol
ntivcH and li lends,
Mr. Tobias Franklin of Akron spent
Sunday in Mt. Vernon, tlio guest of
friends, "
Mr. llnrloy Workman of DnnvlUo
spent Sunday in Cleveland the guest
of friends.
Mr. X. O. Collo and family of North
Cnthcrluo street spent Sunday with
relatives and friends in Centorburg.
Adjustablo window screens 15c and
up. Woolson's Department store.
Mr. Carrolton Ilreeco of North Me
Kciizlo street Is spending several days
with relatlvt-s and friends in Utlcn.
Councilman and Mrs. Kdwurd Dover
of Kast Omnblor street spent Sundny
In (iranvllle,
,Mr. Jiimes Kilo of Sparta Is coullued
to his homo hy a sevoro attack of 111
1. ess.
Mr. William l,ynn of Cleveland was
lu M(. iruiiu Monday visiting with
trleuds.
Mr. Clinton N. Cotton of Clnllup,
N. M., arrived lu the city this morning
to visit his brother Mr. r'rod Cotton.
Mr. and Mih. Sherman Ward of
Cleveland aro the guests of relatives
ami friends In the city.
Mr, .lames Feenoy has returned to
his homo after a several days' busi
ness trip to Pittsburg,
Mr. Jay Vincent Walker or (lambler
spent Sunday In Mt. Vornoji tho
guest or friends.
' Mr. and Mrs, lOmest flrubb havo
moved from llutler to Ml. Vornou,
whero they will lesldo lu the future
Hot plates and gas ovoiih, Wool
ton's Dopartinent store.
Mr. Arnold Hush has returned from
Columbus after spending several days
there attending to some business mat
ters, Mr. Hay Canett wont to Canton
Monday morning to spend several
days attending to some business mat
ters, Comol Couiol Attond tho adminis
trator's tmlo of lino oak mantles at
Back's furniture store. West Gam
bler stroot, tt
Mr. Harrington was taken to his
home lu Howard Mondny afternoon
after a successful operation at tho
Mt. Vernon hospital.
Mr, Wallace Mastuller, who has
been attending Denlson university at
(Iranvllle, Is home to spend the Hum
mer. Idt'tlo KIoIho Scott, aged four,
tnng a beautiful doll song at tho chil
dren's dny exorcises at tho M, 10.
church Sunday afternoon.
l.uwn mowers, ?2,'J8 and up. Wool
lion's Department store.
Mr, William Robinson left today
for Dolnwaro to attend tho commence
ment exercises of Ohio Wesloynn Unl-Aorsltj.
Mr. William Scrlbner of North Park
street spent Sunday In Columbus.
Mr. George Brooks Is somewlint Im
proved after a sovero attack of ill
ness at "her home in South Vernon.
Screen doors. 00c to $1.50 cpmplotc.
Woolson's Department store.
Mr. Wnrner Sharp Is confined to his
home on South Cay street by a severe
attack of illness
Mrs. John Pontlng left Mondny Tor
Moweaqun, 111,, for a visit with the
family of Mr. Tom C. Pontlng.
Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Co
lumbus spent Sundny with Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Devln.
Mr. Gall Hauber went to Gambler
Mondny morning to nttend to some
matters of business. ,
Mr. G. S. Hnys of Gambler spent
Saturday In Mt. Vernon attending to
some matters of business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William F. Rimer
spent Sunday In Homer, the guests of
relatives.
Mr. Lewis Hymnn went to Millers
burg Monday morning to attend to
some matters of business,
Mr. Stout returned to his home In j
Utlcn Monday morning after a suc
cessful operation at the Mt. Vernon
hospital.
Hon, Lowls 11. Houck of this cltv
is to bo the speaker for commence
ment this week at West Lafayetto
college.
Mrs. F. A. Taylor and dnughter,
Marguerite, have returned to their
home on Kast Front street after a
week's visit with relatives In Colum
bus. Mr. Hay Culbortson, who Is attend
ing college at Cornell, nrrlved home
this afternoon to spend tho summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Culbortson, Fast Vino street.
Hov. Thomas McCnlla of Cleveland
arrhed In tho city this nfternoon to
Islt With his parents, east of the city,
nnd also to attend ovents of com
mencement week in Gambler.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lee returned
Sunday morning from Pullman, 111.,
where Air. Lee has been employed for
several wooks past In tho Interest of
tho C, & G, Cooper compnny.
Mr. William Wondorly of Lancaster
was In tho city Monday on business.
Mr. Robert Clark of Cleveland ar
rived In the city this afternoon to
spend the summer with his parents on
North Main street.
Mrs. Will Fonts and Mrs. Mark Rea
son of Mnnsflold are. in the city to at
tond the commencement exorcises of'
tho Mt. Vernon High school. They
aro tho guests of Mr. C. C. Dowds.
City Solicitor James L. Leonard and
Mrs, Leonard left Monday for Chica
go, III., called thoro by tho serious Ill
ness of the hitter's sister, Mrs. 11.
K. Cotton,, formerly of Mt. Vornon.
Miss ICllzabeth Cole, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Cole of this city,
will sail on Juno 29, from Now York
City for nn extended trip through Kng
land. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rowley George of
Worcester, Mnss., spent Sundny In tho
city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam George at "Hoaomny" farm. They
left Monday altornoon lor Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs, Amos How, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wlllam Row of Rrandon and Miss
Illaneht! Dcnulson of Utlcn dpent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. IClinor Me
Cullough, who reside In Ilramlon.
Mrs. James Shannon or Kallda, 0
Is spending sevornl days with Mrs. C.
V. Reach of South Vernon and her
brother. Mr. Wllllain Deakln, who Is
ill at his homo In Green Vulley.
lion. J. A, Leonard, sperlntendent or
,tho Ohio Statu Reformatory, Mans
Hold, was lu tho city today for a short
time tho guest or Mr. .liaison Vlneont,
being enroute to Howard wheio ho
will ill liver a lectnro.
Mrs. Sarah D. Taylor, Mr. Howard
Tarr and Mr. Fank Parrott visited
with Mr Harry Turner, who Is con
duct! In 11 hospital lu Columbus, on
Sundny. Thoy found Mr. Turner to
bo resting very comfortably on Sun
day, Comol Comol Attend tho adminis
trator's sale of lino oak mantles nt
Back's furniture store. West Gnm
blor street. tt
Mr. and Mrs, Judson Rail, who re
side north of tho city, will leavo
Tuesday morning for Quebec, from
which point, they will sail for Europe
on the 17th of this month. During
their trip abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Rail
will visit tho following countries: Eng
land, Ixolnnd, Scotland, Rolglum,
France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland
and Holland,
Tho annual state encampment , of tho
G. A. R., tho Woman's Relief corps,
tho Sons of Veterans nnd tho Ladles'
Auxiliary occurs this week In Xonln,
Tho following Mt. Vornon peoplo loft
Monday nftornoon for Xonln; Capt.
M. M. Murphy, Capt. O. G. Daniels.
Mrs. Danleh, Mr. und Mrs. .Initios El
ioy, Wlllliim Mavis of Amity, Lenndor
Cuywood, G. W. Ralston, L. D. Cuy
wood of Frederlcktown. Mr. E. W.
Ilreeco, Mr. Shannon Sultt, Mrs. Noblo
Wolr Jr., Mrs. C'lnreuco Reeco, Mrs.
George Crltehlleld Mrs. John Georgo.
A largo number expect to lcavo Tues
day morning from this city for Xonla.
Mr. nnd Mrs Renjnniln McCoy of
East Chestnut street spont Sundny In
Nowurk tlio guests of relatives and
friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Scott Davis of Freder
lcktown spont Sundny In M. Vernon,
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harloy Le
master of East Ilurgess street,
Mrs. Ilarbara Carle has returned to
her nonio In Mt. Vernon after n three
months' visit with relatives In Hamll
ton and Cohnubus.
Mrs. William Penrose ofKnst Ilur
gess street, who has for tho past sev
eral days been severely 111, Is some
what Improved.
(Mr. Reryl Horn of Akron spont Sun
dny In Gambler tho guest of friends.
Miss Mary Dickinson of Mt. Victory,
Ohi6, spent Sunday with friends In
Gambler.
Mr." William Crowl of Cleveland is
spending several days with relatives
In Danville.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. O. Mitchell of'Mt.
Vernon spent Sunday with relatives
nnd friends in Gnmbler.
Air. and Airs. Hal Eggleston and
son of Alt. Vernon spoilt Sundny with
friends In Gnmbler.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aletzger of Troy,
Ohio, are spending several days with
relatives In Gambler.
Air. and Airs. Alfred Rlako of Co
lumbus spent Sunday with relatives
In Gambler.
Air. and Mrs. Wllllnm Rrlcker of Alt.
Vernon spont Sunday with ielatlves
and friends in Danville.
Air. John Harris of Cleveland Is
spending several days in Danville the
guest of relatives.
Air. nnd Airs. John Uiggs of Orrvllle
aro spending several days wltlurela
tlvos In Danville.
Air. and AlrsGuy Alason of Alt. Vor
non spent Sundny with Mrs. Jennie
Alason of Rrandon.
Air. Clay Parker of Philadelphia,
Pa., Is expected In tho city tills oven
lug to visit with his parents, Air. and
Airs. II. C. Parker.
Mrs. Pctor Relnhour nnd Airs. Jnno
Hoohor, who reside west of Brandon,
bpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Uelnhour of Brandon.
Collapslblo go-carts $5,00, Wool
son'o. store.
Airs. Ernest Rrown of West Walnut
streethas returned to her homo after a
pleasant visit of three months with
friends and roatives. at Elwood, Ind.
Airs. Harold Walker was a visitor In
Columbus on Alonday aftornoon.
AJIss Olvlo Vail of Cardlngton Is
spending svernl days with hor grand
parents, Air. and Mrs. Ira Vail of
Sparta.
AIlss Hhea Taylor has resigned her
position ns operator In tho Gambler
telephone exchange and has returned
to her home in Uticn.
Miss Ruth Vigor nnd brolner John,
of Pomona, Kansas, aro spending
several days with their grandfather,
Dr. Vigor of Rrandon.
Airs. J, L. Rogors nnd daughter and
son of Columbus aro spending several
days In Gnmbior the guests of rela
tives. Mr. and Airs. Bennington of AH. Vor
non spent Sunday with their daugh
ter, AUbb Alary Bennington, who is an
operator in tho Gnmbior tolephono
exchange.
Tho school for thq clorgymon for
Ohio, which Is to bo held In Boxloy
Hall, Gambler, during this weok, will
begin this uvenlng. About slyty min
isters aro expected.
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MILWAUKEE
Air. James Rnlston sjient Sunday
with relatives and friends In Hownrd.
Gamblerand Frederlcktown will piny
i gamo of base ball oil Benson Held
In Gambler on Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. F. C. Larlmoro left Alondny
noon for' Wollesloy. .Massachusetts,
where ho will Attend tho commence
ment oxorcises nt Wollesley collcgo
where his dnughter, AIlss Harriett
Larlniore, is n member of tho gradu
ating clnss of two hundred nnd fifty.
During' his stay In the east, Dr. Larl
moro will visit a number of cities on
business.
The motion for n new trlnl made by
the attornuys of Columbus Albau,
who wns found guilty on the charge of
Intoxication by .Mayor Mitchell sev
eral days ago, wan oven tiled by the
mayor on Alonday morning at ten
o'clock und ten days wore given Al
ban's attorneys In which to file n bill
of exception,
KLLED
Were 60 Persons In
MontrealToday
When Newspaper Plant Was
Destroyed By Fire
Montreal, Quebec, June 23 Three
hundred people were trapped in the
building of the Montreal Herald when
It was destroyed by fire today. The
building collapsed. The number of
dead Is estimated at from 'thirty to
sixty. Scores seriously Injured. Fire
men did heroic wlrk saving girls work
ing In the bindery department.
From New York To Pliiladel
pliia In Short Time
Philadelphia. June 13 Charles K.
Hnmiltonthe aviator, landed at Front
nnd Erie nvenues, In this city, at 9:28
o clock this morning. Ho covered tho
8C-mIlo lllght from New York in one
hour and 50 minutes.
Bone In Hand While Boxing
' With A Friend
John Herschler, residing in South
Vernon, sustained a painful injury on'
Snturday evening while engaged in n
boxing match with a friend. Tho two
young men wore. "mixing it up" when
In some tnnnnor Air. Herschler struck
his left wrist against his opponent's
body nnd the bones were disloented.
Ho Immediately went to tho ofllco of
Dr. S. E. Deoloy where surgical at
tention was rendered.
The Clothes
mu
DISLOCATED
Spring and Summer Smartest Styles and Fabrics for Men, Young
Men and Boys are represented in this sale.
It will pay you to come NOW and see our special offerings in
Suits, Hats, Shirts, Furnishings
Etc.
The best there is in Clothing, Haberdashery, etc., to suit every $
taste and purse. t$
The Home of Good Clothes
M
Started By !f Solomon At
Wallionding Closes Doors
Tho Wnlhondlng Biyik, which was
started at Walhondtng last Decem
ber by A. J. Solomon, closed Its doors
Snturdny and it Is likely that the bus
iness will be closed up nnd the bank
discontinued. Joo L. AIcDowell nnd
Warren Hay of Coshocton linvc been
nppolntedrecelvers. Thecloslng of this
bank follows similar action taken by
Solomon anil his associates two or
fhreo days ago at Alarshallfleld.Wayno
county. It is snld that a major por
tion of the nssets of the bank aro in
vested in paper of the Butler Alfg.
Co.. of Butler, O., of which Air. Sol
omon Is ut the head, and that it can
not bo realized upon at present.
A CHALLENGE
Curly Mttchenux (theBelglum Her
cules) wishes to challenge nny wrest
ler In the county, weight not to ex
ceed ISO pounds, catch-as-catch-can
style, best two out of three falls, the'
bout to take place at tho Cooper thea
ter, Friday, June 17th, as a prelimin
ary to tho Gotch and Ackorman match.
Curley says he Is willing to defend
his title for money, chalk or marbles.
FOR SALE 70-acre farm. Close to
Alt. Vernon, Good buildings nnd fenc
es. Nice big orchard. Price $CO0O.
W. C. ROCKWELL & BRO.
tt Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
.
i Asked.
"If you really want to bo srnnrt and
up to date." said a ' young woman,
I'there Is one word you must drop
from your vocabulary, and that is the
word 'Invited.' No person of any
claims to standing ues It any more.
Vou must not say that you have been
Invited to Mrs Sparkler's dinner par
ty. Vou mention simply that you have
been 'asked.' Vou liuve been 'usked'
to attend Miss Spink's wedding, and
you have 'asked' a few people for din
ner on Thursday. 1 am not Informed
as to what smart noun replaces 'Invi
tation.' but 1 do not hold with those
persons who use 'bid' or Invite.' it Is
best. 1 think, to avoid the nso of any
substantive whatever In such a con
nection and to bring in the yorb 'ask'
as often as one can. If you cling to
Invited' you must expect to bo con
sidered as hopeless. Just ns If you
lilnvpd nlnifiiaiif' or enlleetnd onvpnlr
spoons." New York Press.
Airships and Air Currant.
Germany's greatest achievement Is
not the technical perfection of the air
going craft; Mio ban learned bow to
use the air currents as tho birds do in
traveling. This is n science; the ship
is only its instrument, Airships will
double nud treble their speed by act
ing In harmony with the forces of na
ture, the primal speed maker. There
Is a working force ouly lately reckon
ed with oven by builders of air craft,
and that Is the wind. Airships wll
use the trade wiud to reach this con
tinent because tt-'nlways blows o'no
way. That is as simple a proposition
ns that a low powered steamer should
use the gulf stream. Air traffic to
compete wltji rail or water must main
tain as sure a schedule of travel. Gcr
many has already mapped her airship
routes to nilil from America. Ccutury
Show Is Now Open and the
IS ON:
uai
J Society
News
Engagement
Announced
Word , has been received here of
tho engagement of AIlss Lora Howo
of Tuscola, Illinois nnd Air. Wllllain L.
Robinson of this city. Miss Howe was
n classmate of Mr. Robinson nt Ohio
Weslcyan and nftcrwards graduated
from Smith Col I go nt Northhampton,
Alnss. During tho past year sho has
been traveling in the Orient. Mr. Rob
inson is n graduate of Harvard Law
school and since his graduation has
been engaged fn tho practlco of law
In this city.
Magers-Armstrong '
Wedding
Word has been received In Mt. Ver
non s'tnting that Air. William Alagers,
formerly of this city 'and now residing
In Carthage, Ohio, will beunlted In
marriage to Airs. Bertha Armstrong
of Ripley, Ohio, on Wednesday of this
week.
To Entertain J
With Luncheon
Mrs. Frederick Sturges will enter
tain nt her home on East Gnmbler
street with brldgo luncheon at ono
o'clock, Tuesdny nfternoon.
1 PBITOABY . ;
,J 4 94 J4 J 9t J 4
Richardson Funeral
The funeral of tho late Airs. John
Richardson, who died at her homo In
Chicago, will occur at the AlcCor
mlck undertaking room on South Main
street nt ten o'clock -Tuesday morning
Instead of at Mound View cemetery
as before stated.
George Prouter
George Prouter died at his homo
about one-half mllo north of Lock on
Alondny nfternoon nt about one o'clock
after a several weeks' illness caused
l.y a stroko of paralysis, He was' seventy-five
years of ago at tho tlmo of
his death a'lul had been a resident of
Alilford township for many years. He
Is survived by his wife and ono eon.
A OAIU) OF THANKS
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to tho kind friends nnd neigh
bors who so generously assisted us
during tho Illness and at tho tlmo of
tho death of our boloved wife and
mother. THE SAPP FAMILY.
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A WILL OCCUR SOON 4
Tho city council meets this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho L. C. B. A. will hold a bus
Iness meeting Monday ovcnlng In th
K. of C. hall.
The second degreo -will be con
ferred on a class of four candidates at
tho regular meeting of Quindaro lodge
No. 310, I. O. O. F on Tuesday even
ing. The regular meeting of the A. I.
U. Tuesdny evening, June 14.
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