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While moving a gas engine last Sat
rtv Mr. L. J. Duko was qui to severe
IT injured. Tbo englno toppled over
- Mr. Duko and ho would have been
-nuAc4 to death but for Uio timely
a Mr. Herbert Hulgcr. The Uct-
U of his right arm wero badly
and one of his legs sprained. It
will be Bamo time before ho fully re
"avers from theso Injurlos.
Mr. II. B. Neptune wax In town on
Tuesday of this week. Also drovo ov--r
to North Liberty from here.
Mr. Koss Huntsman last wcok mov--d
to Caoatervlllo on the John Strublo
Mr. Ward Swetland of Hollo Center,
vtaltcd with friends In this vicinity
fc Iut wcok.
Mr, Oeorgo Tlouton and family visit
M with hs parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mon
Ton nenton at Mt. Vernon, last
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Honor attended
tfeo Sunday meeting at Columbus hov
ajcml days the past wcok.
Mr. Al. Deam has purchased the W.
11. Swotland farm.
Mr. W. U. Culp has rented tho Mar
ia Lyon farm on tho Frederlcktown
OMatarvtlto road.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shaffer visited
k Betlvllle and Butlor the past week,
t the latter placo being guests of
Mr. aid Mrs. Charley George
Mr. Milton Williamson of Dclawaro
VMM with his father, Mr. John Wit
Mjmm the past week.
Mhw Grace Wells visited with her
trotter, Mr. William Wells at Bloom
ela the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hodgo visited
wttk frlonds In Columbus the past
Mrs. Charles Spry nnd son Robert
-slatted la Nowark over Sunday last,
Mr. IL D. Harris visited in Colum
tots tso past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Slack have Just
Yetsraod homo from Columbua whero
Vrar kavo boon visiting for several
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Tumor entortain
d tkolr nleco, Miss Gladys Turner, of
Maroago, over Sunday last.
Mr. V. A. Day In Columbus over Sun-
sad attondod tho Sunday moot-
"tags while tboro.
Mrs. John Ward of Mt. Vernon, was
ike guest of Mrs. J. 11. Itoby last
Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Ackorinan enter
talaod a nuinbor of friends at u six
'ctoclt dinner on Tuesday last.
Mrs. K. Kaufman was plousantly
sjurprlstid by about thirty of her
IMesdB and relatives tit her homo on
Head ay uvoulng. She received many
vice presents and those present re
jwrt an exceptionally good time.
The friends of Mr. J. II. Dcnman
wo surprised to lourn that bo had
decided to movo away from Krodoiick
, Isiii ii, Kolug to llollofoutulno whero he
dhss purchased a dry goods store, Mr.
DesM&n linn boon a rosldont of Fred
rloktnwn for about twelve yenrH and
3a last time has built up one of tho
mt dry goods InifllitosHOH In Uio conn
tywului; bis homo nnd In many ways
was considered ono of tho llxtures ot
Mvderlcktown. Ho Is a member ot
Thrall Lodge, V, & A. M. unci a trustoe
ief the M. H. ehuicli. There wus Intra
lCvor n. public movement of any kino
;fcut that hu was mnoiig tho Unit to
Umi his minpott nnd always wllllim
V do active woilc. Mr. Uoniimn and
taaally will bo groatly iuIhhciI from the
4wuuuuulty but Hie beat wIhIiph of his
Harge itciiultituncitililp will go with
&im to his new ciitoipilfiu and home,
Miss Olllo Koote, or Kellogg, Iowa,
Is vlaltlng .lay and I'uarl Panto, also
tfcr rolatlvea In Krederlcktowu.
I'l-iif. M, Topo, a phreiiologiHt and
VarutogomlHt, nf Ilreworstoun, Ohio,
was iu llils place tbo past veek milk
4atC examinations of n. number of heads
(or cltlr.eus. Ho expects to return
cats uoou. lli Is n man of about
flgfckty yoaiH uxperlouco In this lino.
"Wfe axe Informed that he was much
"ataesod with our town, but wo did not
antra whether It wns from tho physl--ajMalu
ho viewed or In the phrono
mlcri poHHlbllltlos hIiowii,
llsU & Drawn tho past week pu
the old Commercial House
and will at onco romodol nnd
iWJtli' the building nnd movo their
hardware utoro Into It from tho Ulack
kwm liulldlug.
ttav. Nicholson, pastor of tho M, B.
begun revival service's at tho
church on Monday of this
Mrs. Smith has rocoutly purchased
b 4ee MuNutt proporty.
rs. Ouorgo Itobb nnd Mrs. Isaac
wero visitors ut Cleveland this
Anna Caslnor bus boon In
Qcfftlnnd this week attending Uio
rwg millinery openings.
M. Ia. Clark hus purchased the R. K.
b1Ui dwelling.
O. M. Hltdrctb made a business trip
1 ColuubiiH, Thursdny.
Misses Mao JohiiHon and Nolllo Dak
ikr hUondcd Uio Hilly Sunday meotlugH
v Cetumlmu, Saturday.
, Clyde Durbln Is hero on a short va-
from Oberlln.
Uaeoln Day was observed at the
eC Mrs. J. D. Ardlo by the
Daughters of Veterans on Wednesday
Misses Elsie West and Olenle
Roberts of Mt Vernon spent Sunday
in this place the guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. Chos. Clink.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Huddlo wero the
guosts of Miss Nilo Redman at To
bono, O., Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. E. C. Myers gave a
dinner Wednesday evening In honor
or their daughter and husband, Mr.
nnd Mrs, Marcus Kaufman, who wore
united In marriage that day by tho
Rov. 11. H. Hurley.
Mrs. A. C. Huddlo returned home
Saturday after a very pleasant visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Hnlidny, at Drctnon, O.
Rev. J. U. Jones, formerly pastor ot
tho M. K. church of this place, who
Is llnnnclal secretary of tho Methodist
Children's Home at Wadsworth. bos
about decided to locate porraanontly
In Mansfield.
Dr. King's new Discovery
Soothes Irritated throat and lungs,
stops chronic and hacking cough, re
lieves tickling throat, tastes Hlco.
Take no other; onco used, always
used. Buy it at O. R. Baker ft Co.
Miss Loy Levering is spending a
fow days in Columbus attondlng the
Hilly Sunday meetings.
Fred Pearl of Sparta commoncod
teaching Hall's school last Monday.
Al Dean has bought the W. II. Swet
land farm south ot town.
O. L. Taylor Is now Improving from
a sevoro attack ot typhoid fever.
Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Shaffer spent
last week at Ilellvlllo and Duller.
Rev. Charles Benjamin Is holding a
series of mootlngs at Wild Cat church
Ward Swetland of Hollo Center who
has been visiting bore loft Saturday
for Columbus.
Tho Young Bros, havo rented the
levering form north of town.
Rev. A. S. Greog of Clovoland garo
an excollont addroas at tho M . B.
church lust Sunday morning.
Ross Huntsman near Chester
church hag moved on tho John Strublo
S. U Bonnor and wife, spent several
days tho pust weok In Columbus at
tending tho Sunday mootlngs.
Quarterly mooting was hold at Sa
lem church Saturday and Sunday.
Tho 10th annual Farmor's Instltuto
will bo bold In tho town ball on Wed
nesday and Thursday, February 19
and 20. State spoakers will bo R. A.
Hnyno ot Adenn, Jefferson county, and
F. 9. Allon of Trumbull county. Thore
will ulso bo good local speakers una
good music.
Mr. W. D. Culp has ronted tho Iyon
rami near Frodorlcktown and will
movo tho 1st or March.
Washington school south of town
will glvo an entertainment and din
ner at tho uchool houso on Saturday,
Fobrunry 22nd,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernost Whlto of Con
terburg spoilt Sunday with their nar
enls Mr. and Mm. Burr White.
Mr. Frank Burns nnd family are
moving on Mr. Livingston's farm neai
Minn Corn Fisher is visiting her
aunt ut lltiugs.
Surprise Your Friends
for four weeks regularly uso Dr.
King's New Llfo I'll to. Thoy stimu
late tho liver, Improve dlgoutlou, re
move blond Impurities, pimples and
oruptlons dlbappour from your face
nnd body ami you feel bettor. Begin
ut once. Buy ut O. R. Baker 6. Co.
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We havo boon having tho lluost real
winter wealbor this post woek.
J. II. Shield" inado a business trip
to Ultra Saturday.
The trustees met uud tnuiHuctod the
regular business Tuesday evening.
G, L. Hays called on his brother O,
A, L. Huys of Union Grovo Sunday.
J. H. Arrlngton woa a Utlca visitor
8nturday afternoon.
Tho chlldron of Kd Hays have re
covered from an uttnek or ucarlot
fever and tho quiurantluo has boon
Wyllo llockholt has purchased Wil
liam Hull's town proporty.
Are You A Cold 8ufferert
Ttko Dr. King's Now Discovery. The
bout cough, cold, throat nnd lung
modlclno mndo. Monoy rofundod It It
falls to cure. Do not hotlt&te take
It at our risk. First doso holpv. J, R.
Wolls, Floydodn, Texas, wrltos: "Dr.
King's Now Discovery cured by ter
rlblo cough and cold, I gained 16
pounds." Buy It at G. R. Baker &
r',l4' 4' 4' 4, 44
M, M. 1'hllllpa and daughter, Miss
Chulcla, wero In Mt. Vornou Saturday
on business.
Mrs. Clarence Deal ot Nortk Liberty
Is spendlug the week with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. James McManls.
Albert Roiman and Robert Gross
man were In Mt, Vernon Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Loney spent
Sunday witm W. B. Shipley and fam
ily. A number from this vicinity attend
ed the revival meetings at Butler last
Protracted meeting commenced nt
Benin Monday night.
Job. Stoffcr spont Saturday with his
sou, John, of Frederlcktown.
MIhh Mary Winoland nnd Mrs. Kd
ward Robinson are quite sick nt this
Hurley Dill will movo to the J. K.
Hall farm In the near future.
Mrs. Willis Parsons spent Monday
III Butler.
D.iulel Hlnes. who has boon oulte
sick, is better,
A iorce ot rlgbulldors wero out from
Mt. Vc-mon last week, erecting a now
derrick at the Phillips oil well, to ro
pnlr the one which burnt somo weeks
Mothers San Safely Buy
Dr. King's Now Discovery and eIvo
It to the little ones when ailing and
suffering with colds, coushs. throat
or lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
onco used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Nlagra, Mo., writes: "Dr.
Kings Now Dlscovory changed our
boy from a pnlo weak sick boy to the
plcturo of health." Always helps. Buy
it at G. R. Baker & Co.
Miss Marie Conner ot Alexandria
accompanied Miss Blanche Hicks
homo over Sunday. Both young ladles
are teachers in the Columbus schools.
Mrs. L. M. Dally and little daughter,
left today for an oxtondod visit with
relatives in Chicago.
Homer Ramev. Innchnr nt MMilln
Bass, writes homo that tho Island was
completely isolated from tho world
last weok, there bolng no mail for a
period of II vo days becauso or high
waves and Moating Ice.
Harry Koady has returned homo af
ter Hovoral weeks' visit with relatives
and friends In Pennsylvania and Mary
land. Mr. Jesse Splra Is under the doc
tor's enro.
The condition or J. K. Rimer does
not Improve nnd his rrlends have
grown most anxious.
The frlonds of Mr. ChnB. B. Spear
regret that bis condition does not im
prove. Ho has, been confined to 'his
bed for several wcoks.
Mrs. U. E. Glazo spent Friday and
Saturday with relatives In Columbus.
MIhh Attn Cook or Granville has
been t lulling in the home of Dr. and
Mrs. S. R. Best.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. WS.ly spont over
Sunday with Mrs. Wllloy's pnrentB nt
Mrs. C. W. Stinemotz returned home
Monday from n fow days visit with
relatives and frlonds In Columbus.
No Need To Stop Work
When tho doctor orders you to stoj)
work it staggers you. I cun't, you say.
You know you nro weak, run down
and failing In health day by day, but
you must work an long uh you can
stand, What you noed la Electric
Bitters to glvo tone, strength nnd vig
or to jour syHtem, to prevent break
down nnd build you tin. Don't bo
wenl;. sickly or ailing whon Electric
Bitters will benefit you from tbo llrst
dose. Thousands bless them for their
glorious health and Htiongth. Try
them. Tvery bottlo Is guaranteed to
satisfy. Only COc at G. R. Baker nnw
WWW I" ' f !
Tho ladles' Aid Socloty mot with
Mrs. O. S. Ryan Wednesduy night.
Tho Rev. Scott or Knnosvlllo Is as
sisting the Rov. Wolls In a Boric 01
meetings held here.
Tho Dramatic club had un oyster
supper Wednesday night.
M. B. Hurloy and C. H. Johnson
mnJe a'-bUBlness trip to Mt, Vernon,
Mrs. Albert Wolford, who hns been
on tho sick list for somo tlmo, Is .re
ported better.
h444 4,'h
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Jr.,
spent Sunday with Mr. William Drown
Br., nt Friendship,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ewnlt spent Sun
day evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob
Mr. Cluis, Cochran is able to bo
nroiiul again. Ho has boon laid up
ror Hevernl weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry llluo and diiugh
tor, l.uello, spont.Sunday with Clifford
Blue, near Chestorvlllo.
Mr1, and Mrs. Rlchnrd Colvlllo, nnd
son, Clifford, attended services nt Lib
erty Chapel, Sunday,
Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Tucker and
Jesse Allen wero guests of A. M.
Cochran, Monday. '
Walter Ogg Is spending a few days
with his parents.
Several from this placo.attended the
revival services' at Mulberry church
Sunday night.
The Liberty Grange will hold thet
regular meeting Friday night, Febru
ary 14th.
Quito a number from this place will
attend tho extension school nt Dan
ville this week.
Miss Etta Nyhnrt visited over Sun
day with John Monlger and wife nt
Bryant Workman is spending tho
week with friends at Mt Vernon.
W. V. Workman and wlfo visited
with Mrs. Workman's parents on Tuesday.
Samuel Beck nnd family of near
Ioudouville will movo in D. L. Ny
han's tennnt house In the near future.
Chos. Frasher returned homo from
Mansfield this week to prepare for
moving there In a short time.
Mrs. J. C. Workman will leave this
week for a short visit with rolatlvea
at Canton.
Lyman Workman has tho contract
for building tho now church for tho
Wesleynn Methodists at Greer.
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Mrs. Glenn Webster was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tucker Monday.
Mrs. D. E. Wlntermute Is on the
sick list.
The Maccabees and others had a
wood chopping for Orlando Bird Mon.
Mrs. W. F, Poland is very sick with
pluern pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood ot Brandon
were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Poland, Monday.
Orlando Bird Is confined to the home
Miss Belle Robertson returned from
Dayton Saturday evening whore she
has made an extended visit.
Warren Collo has purchased the
Sam Wright property.
Rllla Hatted Is on the Bick list.
Preaching will be held at tho A. C.
church noxt Sunday morning and ev
ening. Ahut Mury Bird Is very poorly at
this writing. 'W'
Cottage prajr meeting nt Mr. Fred
Tucker's Thursday evening.
Clms. Robertson has returned to his
work on tho Penn. Ry. On account
of dull business ho has been home sev
eral days.
The East Ohio Gas Co's. woll No. 1,
on the John Roland farm drilled jn
Sunday wns a duster and was ordered
plugged Tucsdny.
Tho Ohio Union Oil and Gas Co. hod
a man hero Inst week surrendering all
their "tiO leases, ,
John II. Stltzleln has received no
tlco from tho pension department
saying his peuuion had been Increased
from $15 to 2." per month.
Uobt. T. GIuhb of Columbus, repre
senting tho Kiiultablo Hankers Asso
ciation was soliciting tho snlo or stock
bore last weok.
Noah Nyhurt has a malignant
growth In his left oyo nnd loss ot tho
pupil In reared.
T, J. lloll of Columbus was hore
laHt weok selling our trustees a now
road machine.
Tho Pennsylvania Company will ln
stall tho block signal system on this
division In the near futuro. Tho road
has iv gung of llftoon mou hore now.
J. D. Greor and Jacob Sprang, last
weok purchased a perchoron draft
horse weighing a ton.
The timber for the now church has
been cut nnd haulod and work wilt
proceed as soon as the w oath or will
Cincinnati, 0., Feb. 12. George
Klein and Oeorgo Whitney, flromon,
were Bttrioutdy injured and a half
doien others were hurt by an oxplo
Hon of gas wlillo fighting a flro In
fJummliiBvllle. Tho explosion wrecked
a tv.o-story frame, structure.
Attention Farmers
Tho Puro Milk Co. of Co-
lumbus, 0., will pay two
cents oA'or Elsin for Separat
or Cream, and flvo cents over
Elo-in for Tnsnected Sweet
Cream, F. 0. P3. Columbus.
Speaking Up
For the Farm
aim TTT
i im i in I
And Pointing a
xt. i , m. r-VB
Thats what James H. Collins, business expert and writer,
and himself a farmer, does in his new series of practical and
common-sense articles, showing how the sale of all kinds
of farm products can be increased. You will find the first
of these articles
of this week's issue of
Corn Breeding for Every Farm
Another important article, by Arthur D. Cromwell, explains why it is just as
necessary for a fanner to breed his seed corn as it is for him to mate his animals.
Two Other Valuable Feature Are
Worth-While Ideas for the Farm. Short, pointed articles you can read
all of them in fifteen minutes ! telling of new methods that make the day's work
easier and more profitable; and, '
Blue-Ribbon Men. The first of a number of brief, personal sketches of the
leading agricultural men of the country. This week it's Henry Jackson Waters,
president of the Kansas Agricultural College and talked of as the next Secretary of
Agriculture in President-elect Wilson's cabinet.
And All Thtte Article in Addition:
TIm Cort of BmI W Eat, by P.F. Trowbridge,
showing bow the cheaper and tougher cut can be
made very palatable by proper cooking.
Th Farm That Won't Ww Out, by Cyril 0.
Hopkln, explaining the necessity of supplying the soil
with phosphorus.
IntarMttoc Pagea for Woman. The Country
Gentlewoman's views on Sundsy as a day of rest: a
page of attractive and serviceable dress designs: The
Contents, Care and Use of the Medicine Closet; Mak
kg Your Own Bookcases.
FowVaKtablaPoakryArticia. A House fog
500 Hens, A Cheap Disinfectant, Hunting the Best
Hen, and How I Made My Hens Lay When Egga
Were Money.
The Congressional Calendar. Discussing the
Irutt growers' trust problem. Crops and the Market
a forecast of business conditions and the eSrct oa
For tne Suburbanite. Everyman' Garden '(
weekly department) and a timely article oa Planning
the Garden.
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