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-si'-yt" 1 "tny.- flfwi7njnpij t. -iFi,rTr '" "ro-JvpTfl-r- rrrf- j up-1. 7r--T f AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, i010 .riga! f Hi 1 S WOI EN OF MIDDL1 Need Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Brookfleld, Mo. "Two years ago I Was unablo to do any kind of work and oruy weigiicu lis pounus. mv trouuio UillUa UilCK bU II1C timu that women may expect nature to bring on them the Change of Llfo. I cot a bottlo of Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com pound and it mado mo feel much better, and I havo contin ued its use. 1 am very grateful to you Yam now enjoying." Mrs. Sahah Lousionont, 414 S. Livingston Street, Jirookfield, Mo. ' .The Change of Life is tlio most critl cal period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remem ber that thero is no other remedy lmown to incdlcino that will so suc cessfully carry women through this Irying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mado from na tive roots and herbs. For 80 years it has been curing wo Won from tho worst forms of femalo ills inflammation, ulceration, dis placements, flbroid tumors, irregulari ties, periodic pains, backacho, and nervous prostration. If you would like npcclnl ndvlco about your ciiho write confiden tial' letter to Mrs. Pliilclinm, at JLynn, Mass. Her mlvico ia free, and ulwuyH helpful. Leaky Do your roof a leak? Are you ready for the fall and winter 8torms7 The best thing we know of In prepared roofing Is PAROID roof ing. It Is made up without any COAL TAR and will not become soft or run like coal tar preparations. It remains pliable and does not break In the cold. It requires no paint for at least five years after It Is put on a roof. We used a piece of the roof ing 8 months as a door mat, and It was stll pliable. Bogardus & Co. WESTERN GJUMM Wht Prof. Shaw, the Woll-Known Art) CuUurlit, Says About Iti " ; J wouM winnc r ruUo tnttlo In Mrntcrn (JunuJii tnnti in tluxnrn It'll tr It chi aiir uikI ollmttto Ix ttrr lor tho umhm.o, nur innrki t will lm roo ru r titiiri your iirmorH ill imxluio llio ttiitplitH, Ulitat run lo icrnwn ii n tntlioOOtli imr nllol Knl intjua nmiliiit tho I nO nmtlnnnl iHunl iiryl. iour uunnt laml . villi Ui i nk on id a into Iwyoml ri'ntmt ifiiicitp tlon. Wo Jutn 1'iinttvli JMHItllO hi tlio lift I tc tl fit til in iiliirwi ul.fi Ufitnt. hotrma to tulcu untliU JaitU." Wtntilj 70,000 Americans tvllli iiloriiiMliunUiMlii Irtiomm In WcMorn miudu (IiIm jpjir. IWOH prmliu c! iiuul hi r litrifo i nt of tvlti'iil, ciiiIm iiinl Inn h t In lultlKlou lo uhl( Ii tlio nllln I'XtHirM UIIH llll IfHHM'llhO Itl'lll, I'utUu riilulmr, ilMrylnu, mlitl fnrmlnu imt uruln crowing In tliu rnvliu vn tit Mniiilolui, biiAknt" lltf'WMII 1111(1 .AHm'TOI. i'n liium 1 cml iiii1 tui'-t'iniM tUtil nri'MNi wt'll n InmU In hi by railway unit lainUomi inlnM.vrlll Itnivltlii limnc for iiiIIIIoim. ' Ailiiittultlii Mill. Ik nliliritl ell IIIJlllS ttpllMMllil t IiooJh iiml itiiircltcH, una itoiHl rill Ium j it. lor M'ttN rn' rut i u, OiixrutUo Utvraluro ijt Jtmt itt" hnw to rt'wh tliniountrr nit Ifithnri nr. tkiilnrii, wrltutn rlui-'t, of ItumU 6iiitltii, Otlttwii, Ontiudii, or to thu nuutthiri lnvrntitnt Atont II. M, WILLIAMS, 413(iuriliiLT MUlu'.. Toledo, Ohio (I Two mhlri'wN ncaii'Mt you) t'ii 3ENOX CO. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS 1009-1010 Meetings for tho examination ot teachers will bo held at tho CENTRAL SCHOOL Bldg. Mt. Veronn, Ohio, The first Baturday ot every month Pupils' Examination The third Saturday ot April and tht econd Saturday in May, Examination 'will commence at 8:00 o'clock, a. m Address all communications to tin Clerk ot Hoard of Examiners. Organization of Hoard: O. M. IJAltnEIt, I'resldont, Mt Vernon, O W. W. BOItDlON, V. Prcs., Froderlcktown, O O. M. aitUDD, Clerk, Conterburg, O fScnAn: For Peter's appetite try baking powdej Wfcultn made ox Uold Medal flour. l"n AGE ' m n '" f ' t -.j. r nRuPJ??jW vmfhL ?WM w SHORT LOCALS Mr. Tlioinns Sweeney has returned to Youngfltown after a week's visit with Miss Olllo Dial. Tho Misses Qrnco Fnddls nnd Dcrtn Hall spent Friday in Gambler tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Hays. Mrs. Chnrlee P. Ituch of Centerburg visited In the city Friduy with rela tives. Mr. Loyd Barber of Detroit, is spending several days with relatives and friends In nnd near Mt. Vernon. Professor nad Mrs. A. W. Dorr of Wooster avenue went to Howard Sat urday to spend Sundny with friends. Mrs. Martha Hill of Columbus spent Saturday in Mt. Vernon, the guest of relatives. Mrs. William Porter has returned to her homo on North Main street after a several days' visit with relatives in Mansfield. Master John Mead has returned to his homo on East Sugar street after nn extended visit with relatives at Pontlac, Mich. . Miss Mamo McIIalo returned to her homo on West Gamier street Friday evening after a several days' visit with her brother, Mr. John McHnlo of Bucyrus. Miss Olllo Drys nnd Miss Cnreta Priest of Newurk are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drye, West Front street. Miss Vivian Dowds, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. It. It. Black, of West Fourth street. Mansfield Nows. Itev nnd Mrs. Ira J. Houston nnd son, Itobert, returned Friday from an outing In tho northern part of tho state. Miss Tnmson Hess of West High street went to Danvlllo Saturday morning to spend Sunday with relativ es nnd friends. Mr. F. J. Brown left Frldny evening for Dlckerson, Md., whero ho will mnko an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. Allco Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs, Silas Parr have re turned to their homo on North Gny street after a two weeks' trip to var ious points along tho Great Lakes. President Carl N. Lorey of tho board of education, returned homo Frldny from tho Peary Sound district,, Cnnuda, whore ho spent threo weeks camping with n party of friends. Mrs. Mnry Richardson has gone to the homo of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Tnrr for a reBt after caring fo Mrs. JnmcH Patterson of Hiawatha Park for tho paBt two months. Mr. Philip Wolmor and nephows, Hlclmrd and Charles Kalbfas of Springfield, Ohio, nrrlved In tho city Friday afternoon In a touring car to mnku a several days' visit with Hev. and Mrs. William E. Hull and family. Miss Fiances Dormoely was a visitor In Columbus this afternoon. Mr. Edward Coonoy was n Columbus visitor this afternoon. Miss Mm lo Culllson of Columbus Is upending several days with relatives In Danville. Mr. Nelson Harris of Chicago Is spending several days In Danvlllo tho guest of IiIh father, Mr. C. V. Burrls. Miss Cnthoilnu Sapp of Danvlllo spent Satunlay In Gambler tho guest of friends. , Mrs. Jacob Chlldors of Danvlllo Is spending u week with rolatlves in Mt. Vernon. Mis. John Stoiiebrook nnd children went to Thornvlllo, Ohio, Saturday noon lo spend Sunday with relatives. Mr. Hud Heal has returned to his homo on West Vino street nftor spend ing Roveral dayH In Akron on business, Mrs. Cliailes MiiHtollor returned to Columbus aftur a short visit with friends In the elty. MrH. Edward Ii. Parkor loft this afternoon for Springfield, O., whore she will visit with fi lends. Dr. and Mrs. James F. Leo loft tills afternoon for New Yoik City to re main for ton days or two weeks. Messrs William Ponrl and Bon Smith of Sparta attended tho Hartford fair on Friday. Mrs. Genlo Davis Is confined to her homo near Sparta by a severe attack of illnoss. Mr. and Mrs. Eisner, who havo been spending several weoks in Gain blor, returnod Friday to their homo In Cincinnati. Tho Buckoyo team of Columbus nnd tho Danvlllo team played a gamo of baseball at Danvlllo on Saturday afternoon. Tho Mt. Vornon Ornys and tho Con torburg baseball team plnycd a gamo at Hiawatha park on Saturday nftor noon. Uov, Wm. E. Hull' left today for Zancsvlllo whero ho will olllciato at tho Episcopal church In that city Sun day. Mrs. O. M. Sanford, who has tiocn tho guest ot her daughter, Mrs, It. C. Curtis for several weoks, loft Friday for her homo In Cincinnati. Mr, nnd Mis. Wm. It, Basnott and daughter loft today for Monnlngton, West Virglnln, to spend two weeks with rolutlves. Mrs. Donabollo Vincent, who has been seriously 111 with n severe attack of typhoid fever, Is somowhat improv ed. Mr. Itussell Hogardus will arrive homo from Cloveland tonight where ho is employed, to make a short visit wth his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P, Bognulus. of North Gay street. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. IlUBsell of Can ton, O., nnd Mrs. Hurry Fatldls of Upper Sanduskyjnre tho guests of Hon. nnd Mrs. W. E. Scfton, North Gay street. The Hlnehart and Meyers family reunion was held at Hiawatha park on Saturday. A largo number were present from vnrlous points of the state. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Cochran, Miss Lulu Cochran, of Mt Vernon, nnd Al va Hose, of Cleveland, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Weir, of Bow man street. Mansfield News. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Beckwlth of Bunyon, Michigan, spent Frldny in Mt. Vernon where Mr. Beckwlth was attending to some matters of busi ness. Mr. Edward L. Parker will leave Sunday for Springfield, O., to attend tho fall meeting of the Ohio Retail Shoe Dealers' association of which he Is secretnry. ORIGIN OF "DOPE " Many Uses Foreign to the Original Meaning. When Mr. Roosevelt dug from the nsh heap of provincialism the word "frazzle" and applied it in nn observ ation that soon becamo a verified pre diction, ho attracted tho attention of scholars and was hailed as a kind of benefactor. When, a scoro of years ago, a Northwest MIssourlan pulled tho word "dope" from Its Isolated mooiings and placed It where it has been equipped with more different meanings, perhaps, than any other word in "tho languago," he becamo equally a benefactor, but has ever re mained unknown, "unhonored and un sung." The word "dope" Is a name that was originally applied to axlo grease. It was probably coined by some In dividual who regarded It an outrage that tho now lubricant should have u longer nanio than tho "tar" which It supplanted. Possibly, too, "doping" also came into uso in describing the act of applying tho article. Indeed, excessive applications of anything might thus havo been designated. Those, howovor, were gortninly the only definitions and derivatives of tho word known until Its introduc tion into other clrclos by tho North west MIssourlan mentioned. The circumstances under which tho word was remlntcd no doubt accounts to some extent, nt least, for the fact that Hh author has remained un known, whllo his famo Is still unsung. It was at a sanitarium that tho word wus given n now moaning, to which constant additions aro still being mado. A bottlo of medlclno used bore simply tho Information that "a tea spoonful must bo taken every two hours when awako," and It was whllo discussing fidelity to thoso "direc tions" that tho lack of a name tor tho remedy was noticed. Then it occured to the MIssourlan to refer to it ns "dope," n, word which ho had heard a typical backwoodsman uso In tho sense above niontloncd, The nnmo beenino popular at once, and when now patients ennio they took It up and Innocently botinycd It to the fac ulty. An effort wns mado to find tho eurpilt, and tho uso of tho nnmo was forbidden under tho ponalty of dis missal. It sttick, howovor, and was soon can led throughout tho country. It In not surpilslug, perhaps, that the nnmo was soon applied to tho "disease" ns woll as to tho remedy designed tor Its cure. Iu fact, as has boon stated, It has takon on many new definitions and Is used in ncaily ovory vein pf human expression, be ing a handlo which fits widely varied sontoueos, and affording a short cut to really 'Important information on uumoioiiH subjects. It Is not claimed, of courso, that tho Incident was nn Inspiration, nor did tho recastor of tho word dream that ho was enriching tho languago. It soonis proper, howovor, that this In cident, given on tho authority of ono who has watched tho flight of tho word Into tho upper realms of popul ar speaking, should bo mado known. fc FOR S A L E Eight-room frnrao houso with soft water bath, hot nnd cold water up stairs nnd town, Pat rick furnaco in collar. Located north oast comor Wost High nnd Mochnnlc streets. Will sell cheap it sold within noxt two wooks, Will soil for half cash, balanco long time, G yonrs if wanted. If not sold, will bo for rent Sopt. 1st. Inquiro nt tho property, or soo owner, ParkWorloy, at tho C. & G. Cooper Co. ofllcos. tf ' ' FARMS FOR SALE--CO acres, 3Vj miles from city, prlco ?3,D0O. Also a stock nnd grain farm, containing 250 acros, has four producing gas wells. Now 0-room dwelling. Prlco ?52?pei aero. Stream & Rluior, tf SEEKS TO EH REIGN OF TERROR Denman Instructed to Probe Disorders at Columbus, HARMON PENS THREE LETTERS One to Attorney General Calls Atten tion to Deplorable Conditions At tending the Car Strike, Another Declines Request of Labor Leaders For Forced Arbitration and the Third Guarantees 8afety to All Those Who Attend State Fair. Columbus, 0 Sept. 3. In a letter to Attorney General Denman, Gover nor Harmon directs hfm to proceed forthwith In an Investigation of the lawlessness which has reigned for six weeks in this city. In an other letter, addressed to the labor committee which appeared be fore him last Wednesday evening, he answered thnt he was for law and order first, after which ho would dis cuss the proposition of n settlement. Besides these letters he issued a statement calling upon the citizens of Ohio tovnttond the Ohio Stato fair, assuring them of protection, nt the same time giving the prospective vis itors to understand thnt the violence In the city Is' confined only to such parts as they would not care to visit. In his letter to the attorney gen eral, the governor says: "Now that your work before tho special grand jury at Newark has been concluded, I call your attention to the intolerable conditions existing in Columbus. "Unfortunately, and contrary to tho custom prevailing In most of tho counties of the state, tho court of common pleas of Franklin county ad journed July 13 until Sept. 17. Un der the power vested In me ns gover nor of Ohio, I now direct that yon nrrange with tho prosecuting attor ney of Franklin county that the grand Jury which has already been summoned for the 18th Inst, shall give Immediate attention to the vio lators of the laws who have so sig nally disgraced the capital of tho state since July 24 last. Wants Complete Investigation. "I also request that the attention of the grand Jury be not confined to cases which will bo brought before fhem by commitment from magis trates, but that they go further and make sweeping Investigation of nil crimes connected with tho pending streetcar trouble. Let tho Investiga tion be swift, thorough and suie, nnd all of tho lesourccs of tho Btate will be at jour back to assist In punish ing crime and making scoundrcllsm odious In this community. "Especial attention is directed to dynamite outrages. Th men who are conducting this guerrilla warfare against society must bo discovered and punished lf civil government is to continue In the land. No mercy should bo shown tho terrorist who, lacking courago of tho mob and riot er, skulks In dark places, sets his deadly stuff and then hides himself to await tho explosion with fiendish glee. The stone-thrower nnd tho in tlmldatar are alike guilty of crlmo under the laws of tho stato and will not bo tolerated In Ohio." It Is understood that a force of de tectives under tho pay of tho stato aro on the job nt present, and, llko the Newark lynching, many persons will be haled before tho coming ses sion of tho grnnd Jury who least ex pect It. Besides tho detective forco of tho company has been busy for weeks nnd havo a long list of names of persons who havo mingled with the mobs. It Is probable that these pel sons will bo charged with Inciting riot. Addresses Labor Leaders. Iu Ills letter to labor representa tives, who requested tho withdrawal ot troops and forced arbitration, tho governor leplled: "I did not understand that any fur ther nnswer was expected than tho one I gave when Mr. Mnhon and oth ers called on mo Tuesday evening. I tohi thjEPi that. I am bound to. employ tho power nnd authority vested In me to aid In putting down vlolenco and disorder, and shall keep on doing this; that I shall continuo to use my friendly offices to help bring to an end tho unfortunnto controversy be tween tho company and its uulon em ployes, as I havo constantly done from the stnrt, but that tho request made of mo was not of that nature. "On the contrary, it was that, by threat of official denunciation and, as stated by sonio of tho committee, by withdrawal of the guard, I should undertake to compel the company to yield to tho demand for arbitration ot all claims, Including tho dlschargo of o cry employo who refuses to Join the union, which appears to bo tho chief point In controversy. To com ply with this request would bo to break tho policy of not taking sides, which I consider tho only proper ono fgr mo as governor to follow." Criticise the Governor. The committee, ot ten, representing tho Mirlous labor unions of tho city, root Friday night and decided to call upon General Manager E. K. Stowort of tie street railway company In nn effort to settlo tho strike. Following the conference It will bo definitely settled ns to whether a general sym pathetic strlko of all labor organiza tions will bo called. A commlttco has been appointed to draft a statement criticising tho gov ernor for tho statements ho issued, both as to tho union us well as to tho letter of Instructions to Attorney General Denman, Deputies nre making a search throughout centrnl Ohio for Alfred Strader, tho suspected dynamiter. The deputies spent tho night In in forming surrounding towns of the de scription of tho man and of tho re ward of ?1,100 offered for him by Sheriff Sartaln nnd the Columbus chamber of cqromrce, Found Dead at Home. Upper Sandusky, O., Sept. 3. Frank Genr, son of ex-Senator Josepli Gear, was found dead In hls room with a bullet holo In his head when his mother-in-law, Mrs. Savage, re turned home from a party. She also found the door locked. Indications point to suicide. Mrs. Gear died sud denly about six months ago. Missouri Pacific Boosts Wages. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 3. The Mis souri Pacific railroad announced a voluntary Increase In all calories averaging G per cent, the raise dating from Aug. 1 and affecting all em ployes In Nebraska. Tho first notice of tho increase was when all em ployes found the extra money In their pay envelopes. Mr. Judson Poland of East Gambler street, has resigned his position with tho Mt. Vernon Railway and Light Co. nnd has accepted-a position at tho Manford Russell grocery on East Gam bler street. WANTED Ilousehelp, 300 N. Main. Mr. Harry D. Crltchflcld returned to his home In Chicago, 111., Thursday evening after n brief visit with rela tives. Mrs. Edward Lawman was taken from the Mt. Vernon hospltnl to her home on Enst Gambler street Thurs day evening after undergoing a suc cessful operation. FOR SALE Fine grain and stock farm In Knox county, 131 acres level land; good 9-room frame dwelling, 3 good barns and tool house, all paint ed; good orchard; three good wells and wind pump; good gas well pay $200 per annum nnd free gas; fine location In good community, -milo to school, one mllo to church; R. D. nnd telephone. To close nn estate will sell at the very low prlco of $G5 per acre. Farm can bo divided If nec essary. Call or address J. E. Lltzen burg, executor, R. D. 4, Centerburg, Ohio. Doll 'phono 402. Professional Cards Aftorncys-oi'Law L. B. HOUCK ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Rogors building, No. Ill S. Mali street, Mt. Vornon, Ohio. Rooms 2 and 3, second floor. FRANK O. LEVERING ATTORNEY AT LAW All buslnosa of legal naturo give prompt attention and especially to practice in tho Prob-to Court. Office, No. 0 East Hlgll street, Mt. Vernon, O. Now 'Phono, Office 104; Residence, 354 STREAM & RIMER Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Farms and city property bought, sold and exchanged. Properties rontodand ronts collected. Fire Insurance a spa clalty. Representing 14 old reliable stock companies. Accident Insurance, llvo stock Insurance Plato glass in surance, avtomobllo insurance. In fact wo can insure any property you may havo. Surety bonds of all kinds. Call and soo us. Room 1 Slpo .bldg.. South Main st. Cit. 'phono No.' 447 Black; Boll 253 R. D. F. & J. D. EWING David F. EWIng John D. Ewlnp, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Olllco, Jvlrk building, cornor Mail street nnd Public Squaro, Mt Ver non, Ohio. If you own anything, have It Insured WILL J. "Doc" WELSH THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN 18 E. Gamblor St. Mt. Vornon, O. Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red Physicians E. C. BEGGS DENTAL 8URGEON Office in Aral old block corner ot East Ill4i street and Monument Squaro Mt. Vornon, Ohio. C. K. CONARD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflico and residence, 18 East Vino nt Citizens' 'phono, 52, Oflico hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. AMBULANCE DASHES MADLY INTO CROWD Man and Wife Fatally Injured , and Auto Victim Dead, Cleveland, O., Sept. 3. -Galloping madly through tho crowded public square on a call to West Third street, where a sailor 'had been hit by an automobile, an ambulance plunged Into n throng of streetcar patrons, killing Mrs. Ferdinand Schlegel,' 57, instantly. Delay caused by thp mobbing of tho ambulance driver, Charles Garman, who wan saved by a squad of police, caused the death of the automobile victim, F Hawkes, 57 years old. Mrs. Schle gel's husband, 78, Is believed to be dying also, his Injuiles being critical because of his age. His arm was broken nnd he was seriously bruised; We have found an absolutely pu OLIVE OIL wammmnmmmammamam OLIVE OIL Is entering more and more into dally use in Medicinal, Toilet and Household' uses. People are beginning to give It a gen eral use In cooking, Instead of Its heretofore limited use in Salad Dress ings. Minerva mmi has had much to do wltn Increaslnc the popularity of OLIVE OIL here, ai it Is a genuine oil of fine flavor ana costs only 50C ill! SOLD AT Lopefl's 115 South Main St. Mt. Vernon, O. Stauffers As Usual Arc Charac terized by ! Si Quality Soft Mellow Pinisli and Distinctive in Styling. The Standard of Merit. $2.00 Equal to Any $3.00 Hat Oct it at Your Hatter Just Across the Square Auto Supplies Dusters - Gloves - Caps and Auto Trunks I "GolCBontT I I Hats I A Reliable Remedy FOR Ely's Cream Balm Is qt.l(kl absorbed. Gives (clicl at Onco. It cle discs, soothes, heals nnd protects tho diseased inera. brano resulting from Catarrh nnd drives awny aCdld in tholload quickly. Itcstores the Senses of Tasto and tiraoll. Pull slzo (0 cts. at Druggists or by mall. Liquid Oreura Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Kly Brothers, CO Warron Street, Now York. a ADMINSTRATJUX' NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned has been appointed and qualified administratrix of the estato of OLIVE D. LOVE late of Knox county, Ohio, deceased, by 'che probate court of said county. August 1C, 1910. MATTIE A. LOVE, Frederloktown, Ohio. TAYLOR'S BEST I FLOUR I It's Good Very Good We sell all kinds Feed J I Sole Agents : Purina Poultry Feeds : The best known feed for chicks or chickens jThe Northwestern i Elevator & Mill Co. V The Merchant Prefers A Banh Check F If you have a checking ac count with this bank and set tle your store bills with a check, your merchant will sel dom fail to give the proper credit. In case of any error in amount or otherwise your cancelled check, returned to you by us, will furnish undis putable evidence as to date, payee, endorsers, and amount. No reason for argument, no chance for dispute, no loss of friendship. Gambler BanKIng Co. GAMBIER, OHIO 7vvvvvrvvvv?vvv??vf vivvvvvv RAILROAD TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio B. & O. R. R. East No. 14 5:50 a. m. No. 4 11:24 a. m. No. 16 G:02 p. m. No. 8 6:31 p. m. West No. 7 8:26 a. m. No. 17 8:57 n. m. No. 3 '. 2:44 p. m. No. 15 8:50 p. m. Nos. 16 and 17 daily except Sunday. Other trains dally. C A. & C. R. R. South Bound No. 506 12:41 a. No. 520 9:58 a. No. 522 6:30 a. No. 604 8:57 n. No. 518 10:65 a. No. 602 12:25 p. No. 508 6:10 p. .No. 600 9:37 p. North Bound No. 607 2:25 a. No. 501 7:24 a. No. 609 8:34 a. No. 603 1:26 p. "No. 505 5:53 p. No. 619 '. 6:62 p. No. 521 7:10 p. No. 523 (To Mt. Vernon only) 7:30 p. Dally. "Dally oxcopt Sunday. Sunday only. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. Go'4 Medal P7our makeiTdellcloua baked (tuft RBOD4. VI W.ViiWWli?M.qg!tSSKfta