Sarah A. George obit.
wan incorporated at $50,000. The men composing the newly form company are J. B. Thompson. Jack T. Beatty, Andrew Rust, Clifford Jackson, Franck M. Bush and Chas The papers .were ; signed EVACUATION OF ROYE EXPECTED IN A FEW HOURS i (Concluded from Page 1.) Saturday afternoon. It Is understood that the transfer of property will be made September and Mr. Jackson will be in charge the business! Mr.. Jackson has been school work prior to this, having been at the head of the Vallonia and Cortland schools. The name of the mill will continue be The Farmers Hominy Mill, as at the neighborhood !f present No election of officers has was remised. -: been held as yet r "A few prisoners were taken in pa- Before the mill went into the hands trol encounters south of the Scarpe a receive Herman and Fred Steink-l and the .neighborhood of Vieux-Ber er, father and son, of -Jonesville, werejquin. A hostfhe attack m tne Merris iicit.t d i.u,iuiuiuri o iu iuc vxrui pcuiijf , i scciur was revuieeu in suarp ugm but they no longer hold interests in I ing. the concern. J, B. Thompson, one of I I . the new purchasers, is a brother tol Rochester The sun put the finish John M. Thompson, farmer and banker I ing touches to the ruining of the Fulton a by 19 in Fouquescourt of Bartholomew county. county corn crop when the tempera- ; ture reached 104 to 106 degrees. RECORD SIZE CRAPS ; GAME IS BROKEN UP Officers at Franklin Send Sunday Morning Craps Shooters !Helter Skelter Into Corn Field. . Lik Columbus, Franklin is having trouble with craps shooting in con-; nection with, the Johnson county fair;, which Is on at Franklin this week, ac-) cording to the following from ; the Franklin Star: - jj One of the largest crap games ever operated on the fair grounds was flushed by Marshal Harrison and! Sheriff Shipp about 11;30 o'clock Sunday morning in the northwest eorner of the fair grounds. The officers left their automobile near the amphithe- aire- ana maae a run up the track. As soon as the "spotter- saw them the nearby corn fields suffered ; by the exodus of colored and white men as they made their "get-away." Stakes! were running up to $8 a shot in keep-; ing with the times of plenty of money.! MRS. SARAH A. GEORGE. Mrs. Sarah A. George; 76 years old, died at her home at 615 Maple avenue at 2 o'clock this afternoon:. Funeri 1 announcement will be made later. Mrs. George was a resident ofthi3 city many years and was widely known and highly esteemed for her many sterling qualities. . She is sur vived by three sons, Adrian George a -grocer, Ollie George, a mail can- Take a Sunshine Tablet for Thy. Stomach's Sake .- There never was such a marvelous prescription Jor stomach dis tress and indigestion as Mi-o-na. No doctor ever wrote a better one; it's doubtful if any doctor ever will. It's so good that H. M. Holmes ; says money back if it doesn't relieve. A woman in (Maine calls Mi-o-na the sunshine prescription because she has seen so many sour, miser able, aggravating dyspeptics turn ed into happy, cheerful, sweet hu man beings in a few days by tak ing Mi-O-na. The stomach is responsible for three-fourths of the nervousness and half the misery of the world. A woman can have a first-class stomach and yet be miserable if she has a husband who is a ner vous dyspepticr If you have indigestion, belching of gas,' heaviness after eating. drowsy sensation after eating, sour stomach or any miserable stomach disturbance' the prescription called Mi-o-na will put you right, and bring sunshine into your life in a week. A large box of Mi-o-na tablets cost only 60 cents at H. M. Holmes and by leading druggists everywhere. They are small and, easy to swallow. Adv. -