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I0COLLS0LD
IN CLUTCH CO.
Knox Co. People Have The
Controlling Stock, It
Is Said
.MEANS NEW FACTORY
Stockholders To Decide Up
on New Buildings At
Meeting In January
"Announcement was made Thursday
morning that all the stock In the
Wllllamoon Hydraulic Clutch Co. had
been sold, and that a majority of the
stock would be held by Mt. Vernon
and Knox county people.
This means that the new buildings
of the company will be constructed
In Mt. Vernon. s
It was Hinted that the stockholders,
nt tholr annual meeting In January,
will decido upon the construction oC
the new factory buildings. This means
another substantial Industry for Mt.
Vernon, omnloying quite a large num
ber of1 men.
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Columbus Maroons Scheflul
" ed By Barre; Locals At
Zanesville Nov. 1
1 1 NO
CENTRAL OHIO PLAYS
HERE COMING SIDY
Tho Columbus Maroons football
eleven which won tho Independent
championship of central Ohio last fall
and which has not boon defeated thts
season has been scheduled by Mana
ger Dale Dane to play "Dusty" Beck's
squad here Sunday alternoon at tho
Athletic park.
Manager Barre announced Thurs
day that the local tuain will go to
Zanesville a week from Sunday to
play the Mark Greys, "an eleven which
held the Panhandles of Columbus to a
0 to 0 score and which defeated the
lcJ3An.icl4qajuvQvewQrk2G to 0,
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SERF
SEARCHING
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Man Who Was Sent To State
Hospital Is Again At Large
In Knox County
George Stewait, who was adjudged
insuno and sent to (he' state hospital,
Columbus, some weeks ago, is again
at largo uud Is wandeilng ocr south
ern Knox county.
Sheriff Mosholder Is trying to lo-cute-
the man.
jUist Thursday tho Missess Tulloss,
residing in Moigan township, went to
Columbus and brought Stewart buck
tothelr homo on a trial visit. Last
night Stewart left the Tulloss homo
and has riot returned. The sheriff
was called to the Tulloss home Thurs
day morning, but so fur has obtained
no trace of tho missing man.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts
of Stewart ih requested to notify
Sheriff Mosholder at onco.
"FIDDLE-FIT
! t Keep Liver and Bowels
, - ' Clean and ' Active
with "Cascarets"
&' v-
Hick headache; biliousness, coated
tongue, sour, gassy stomach always
trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fer
menting food In the bowels.
Poisonous matter clogged in the In
testines, instead of being cast out of
tho system is re-absorbed into the
blood. When this poison reaches tho
delicate brain tlssuo it causes conges
tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken
ing headache.
Cascarets immediately cleanse tho
stomach, remove tho sour, undigested
food and foul gases, -take tho oveess
blje.fronij tlm liver and carry out all
the1 constipated waste matter and po(-,
sous in the bowels,
A CaBcsret tonight will huvo ou
feeling clear, rosy and as fit us a Ad
dle by , morning. They work while
you "sleep... AtUt.
FOR GEORGE STEWAR
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hosNYaVnews
Paul Morrison, a iittidont nt ICcnyon
college, wan removed ftom Gambler
to Mercy hoapltnl, In McCormlck'H
nmbuhinue, Wednesday afternoon,
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Jutnofl Iyomley wan removed from
tho M, & 3. Haullarltim, Wednesday
afternoon, to lild homo nt 110!) North
Mtllborry Btroet In McCormlck's am
bulance. Mr. Fred Hermann, oC Dueyrus, $ln
ivvpA Uit M.,ci$,laa.nltarlum Vedrt'oD
day. ' " ''
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Mr. M. T. Poop, of CaQrangoJ Ohio,
entered tho M. & S. Minltarluinjon
Thtirsda, for treatment. , '
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Rubber Co. Official Big Aid
To Committee
TENTATIVE PLANS MADE
Survey, Finance, Real Estate
And Business, Divisions
Of Work :
Many valuable suggestions w'cro
given tho housing committee of'.thM
Chamber el Commerce at its meeting
Wednesday afternoon by Mr. B. Scott
Cannell, vice-president of tho Knox
Tiro & Hubber Co. and a prominent
real estate dealer of Cleveland.
Organization plans were largely dis
cussed at tho meeting.
In general, it is planned that tho
committee's work shall be divided in
to four parts survey, finance, real
estate and business. Tho contmitto is
sufficiently large to udnilt ot this div
ision. A careful and accurato survey of
the situation will be made to ascer
tain the number of houses which will
bo needed. The results will bo based
upon concreto evidence. Tho matter
of foiming a corporation to handle
finances will next be taken up. Then
a decision must 'bo reached on how to
build, whether by plain or cost-plus
contract, and, finally, u slto or slteH
must be obtained. '
Chairman Frank E. Kirby expects
to announce shortly the' division of
work in his committee.
TEACHERS
TO
Quarterly Institute Will Be
Held In Mt. Vernon On
That Date
On Saturday, Nov. 1, will be hold
the Hist quarterly institute of tho
teachers of Ml. Vernon and Knox
county. Asst. Stato Supt. Vernon M.
lliqgcl of tho department of public
instruction, Columbus, will bo the
pilncipul speaker.
KlUaboth Luchnlngcr, a specialist
ip tho teaching of the' now education,
will be present in the foicnoon and
give a discussion of the best methods
otHeachlng tho New Education load
ers. This will bo of special valuo to
all beginners iu the work. All tcaelu.
crS" in the county aro asked to mulce.
a special effoi t to be present and hoar
Miss U)chninger and Supt. Tlicgel. t
This will remind the teachers of
Mt. Vernon and Knox county that the!
next mooting of tho Central Ohio
Toachcis' association will bo held nt
Dayton on Nov. 7 ond 8. A commit
tee will1 have, at the quarterly meet
ing in Mt. Veuioii on Nov. 1, tickets
'lor membership in tho association,
'and ovory teacher who lii not now a
member will havo an opportunity to
join.
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Will You Be (ko
OfAMillionWorkeis
To Secure Members fir
TheAmericanRect Cross
Volunteer NowAlour
Cfcepter Headquarters
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November 2-11
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fUy Ahmjcliiti d 1'iiiih to Tlio Humid
CASSBL, Germany, Oct. 1C Two
Gormans, rormcrly of tho nobility,
who have been deprived by tho new
roglme of tho greater part of their
estates, have been obliged to huo tho
hjuw" 'government for restoration or re
imburaomQnt They are tho Piinco of
WnldpclftujiiPyrmont and tho Duko
of (jobtiH-Ootha,
VThnfohtfo
fnVtv&l 'tti?fnilth.1t.. ..r Yir..t
defelnnrt Pyrmont is now governed
byyim, Diet in Arolscn wltoio tho
Pilucq owned before tho rovolution
two, caatlos and a vast domain 6f
foifcgt. After vainly, offcrlnc to liuv
these from Jilm, tho Wot confiscated
all '-tho Prlnco's property promising
to pay him 'what tho courts should
determine to bo a fair price.
By oho stroke of tho pen tho com
missioners who now rule tho now
Free State of Gotha, confiscated tho
pioperty of tho Duke of Cobuig-Go-tha
cstlinatod to bo worth 05,000,000
maiks and this without offer of ro
munciation. Tho commissioners who
woro Spartacists took forcible pos
session of tho ducal buildings, cstateh
and bank accounts and, In 24 hours,
tho Duke was snipped of everything
ho owned.
t Tho other portion of tho duchy, Co
burg Ootha has reached a financial
agreement with tho Duke.
Both PrlllCO and Dilkn hnvn uui.il
-tho 'Afevgovprnhipnts. In the case
of tho Duko, the coiut which sits In
Gotha has obtained a legal ruling
from government attorneys that con
fiscation without remuneration is il
legal, ho that tho Duko is likely to
recovor,his money or ho paid for his
property. After all, life, for Dukes,
Prinrca and other nobility in Germany
today is unhappy,
DELCO-LIGHT
Tho complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
Why depilvo your family of the
benefits of DelcoLlght? Duy now.
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Yingling & Yunkes
Phone 118 Green
XhLBetJ)msd
Man in Town"
may not be the' tiling that
you are most desirous of
having said about you, but
surely you will appreciate
the value of a good appear
ance. This is assured in a custom
tailored suit, together with
the satisfaction of knowing
that in your clothes pur
chase you are showing
shrewd judgment, for in
custom tailored clothes you
get the most for your money
John R. Doelfs
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11 Public Square,
IPMfP'lllnDII ITV
SUES GOVERNMENT
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RAILROAD TIME
TABLES
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
(Federal Time.
East Bound
No. 46 8:37 a. m-
No. 44 12:15 p. m.
No. 48 . 7:15 p. m.
West Bound
No. 49 9:52 . m.
No. 47........ 12:38 p. m.
No. 45 10:16 p. m.
All trains daily.
PENNSYLVANIA LINES
AKRON DIV.
(Central- Time)
$outh Bound
No. 634...., 4:00 p. m.
No. 624 12:30 a. m.
No. 804 7:25 a. m.
No. 704. 9:25 a. m.
No! 6.Q4. 1,...l.., 11:40 a. m.
" North Bound
No., 625 2:36 a. m."
No; 635 v 9:00 a. m.
No! 605 2:05 p. m.
No. 805 5:03 p.'m.
Mo. 705 5:55 p. nv.
All trains dally Pcept 704 and 706
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THE'JBAl
. ?, C9AL , . .
Wo can mako Immedl.tto dollvcry
on tho following coal- I'amoim Hock
ing four-Inch BcnCfe'iied lump; Tome
roy Hocking four-Inch screened lump;
Sodalia Favorite four-Inch screened
lump, no slate or Blaclc; .luckson No.
2 thrco-lnch re-Hcrcenrd lump, no Boot
or smoke. Wo have many isatlsflqd
customors unlng lomcallc coke.
'Phono 45G. Aft. Vernon Ico Delivery
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DRESS UP YOUR
ADS!
Use illustrations to make your advertising
more attractive. It is the pictorial features of
your ad lliat fii-.st attract the reader's eye.
We can furnish cuts to suitably advertise
your particular trade or merchandise, re
gardless of what line of business you are iu.
Our contract with the Bonnet-Brown Sales
Service brings our Advertisers the services
of the highest class newspaper artists, as '
well as copy-writers. They- are up-to-thc-minute
on the requirements of your busi
ness and will make your ads atleution
couipelliug business-getters.
Have our Advertising Manager call and
show you how we co-operate with you in
making your ads more effective.
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can learn a lot from
Advertising
The main thing an advertiser wants to do is
Lo tell you plainly just how and why his goods
are worthy of your consideration. You can
learn a great deal from that alone, because
many things you v see advertised are the things
y;ou buy vaiicl $!scmyour regular daily life. By
reading the advertisements, you can learn the
names and read descriptions of the things
that are best and most satisfactory.
But advertising teaches even
more than that. All advertis
ers try to make their adver-tis-oiueuts
themselves valuable
you.
wood many people
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learned a whole lot about good
music, good books, good fogd,
good "clothes, ways to keep
lealthv, ways to live comfort-,
lsjiiv.Aiblv,tvavs to keep' the house
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Displaced Vertebrae
(Rmall boncH)
of tho splno pinch the nervos
Chiropractic
Spinal Adjustments
put the Tcrlcbrao back In placo Lot us explain "Chiropractic",,
to you.
CaHH. SHERRER Nellie R.
CHIROPRACTORS
Phone 614
FURNITURE
At Public Auction
At the Irvine Lot,. W. Gambicr Street, just west of
the postoffice, at 2 o'clock, p. m., on
Saturday, Oct. 18, 1919
Here is a partial list of the goeds to he offered:
OLD ANTIQUE FURNITURE
Chairs, Stands, Settees And Chest
Of Drawers
Also iron and wcod beds, springs, dressers, din
ing chairs, mirrors, gas stoves, heaters, gas ranges
bookcases, rugs, hall racks, library tables and many
other articles not here listed.
All This Furniture Is In First Class
Condition
Beautify your home with tasty, useful furni
ture. You will find at this sale the very piece you
want. Come and see it. No obligation to buy and
best of all you get it at your own price for you make
W. N. CLINE
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along," and vou will learn a
great deal-vthat willbedielpful
and valuable to vou as vou go
through life. '
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