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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1923, Coshocton, Ohio fe'f- SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER t. 1911. TRIBUNE ELEVEN A Christmas Chum one who is cbttck fall of fun. lively from the word go, jumping wiih pep, heipfal to health, free of bad habits, thrifty, the best kind of pal 365 days in the year. Such a chum is tfse bicycle. Can anybody offer you z better Christmas gift suggestion? We also have a complete and attractive line of Kiddie Kars, Velocipedes, Pocket Knives and Wagons to choose from. ALL HIGH GRADE GOODS. COSHOCTON'S REAL BICYCLE STORE. All bicycle repair work and supplies guaran- teed to be satisfactory. We re-tire go-carts. I have had eleven years practical experience. Coshocton Bicycle Co. H. C. Nelson, Prop. New Carton Bldg. 632 Main St. workers. Henry Perkins, in charge of the' farm accounts project, pledge six men to attend the short farm' accounts school to be held in Co-' ehocton within the next few Club work will comprise the or- ganization of one boys' sheep club. by Russell Allen. A cream marketing project also be carried out. No leader, i howexer, has yet beea selected Jor j this work. i CJTUS McCoy was elected farm bureau purchasing agent. MEETING PUNNED firom lioa whether Urge or small PROJECTS fron- One pasture demonstraiion meeting on the farm of G. T. McCoy, the apply- ing of tons ci lime to farms. and pledging of three men to seed lespedeza or Japanese clover. Jos- eph Cos will lead this project. Poultry husbandry, with X- Cox as leader, will have to do with encouraging of poultry keepers to th'1 Ohio ration. Crops work involve a contin- uation of wheat standard- ization on Trunibull. Isaac Cos will supervise this work. The- clothing project under the leadership of Mrs. Merle Cos. be conducted ia co-operation -with Washington-tp domestic science VISITORS TO THE CEMETERY tssuaHy Tiost admire monuaents or siniple and good are proud to say that very often memorials of our making are se- lected b> visitors as the finest of all they have seen. Yet our is not expensive. You will learn upon iaqu.ry that you can procure a monument here for a surprisingly small sum considering quality of ttoce and workmanship. BETTER BROS. Vhere Quality Counts" ilo S. River-St, o. avers Always (lave is only the person in want tvho is unable to enjoy Christmas. Provident folks v.-ho look ahead are not only prepared for Christmas but for other eventualities of life that require ready funds. We want to wish ail our patrons the season's greetings and thank them for their patronage of the year, ilay we not welcome you into our great army of savers during the year ahead 5% The Home 5 Building Loan Savings Co. 40 YEARS IN COSHOCTON Of The banks is each town will serve as pay stations, where all will be accepted Aitho no iiuoia has been named, ion ss expected to go over the 'n this Men. ixomen and. children are asked to tonmoute. i Following" is Governor Dwiahey'st proclamation of Harding Memorial Week 121 A few ago the tuple, of the Slates mourned the loss of their beloved president. Warren G. Harding, stricken un- timely in the service of country. The citizenship of Ohio bereaved because the fallen chieftain was a son of this state the Mother of dents Mr. Harding had as a typsial boy of moderate by dint of self-application. study and hard work, to the high- est office sn ;he land. He be- loved as a neighbor and respected as a faithful public servant, first of his home community, later re- peatedly of his native state and finally of the United States. i As the twenty-ninth president of his country. Mr. Harding exhausted in performing the onerous and ever multiplying duties of that office. An organization of proainent citizens, known as the Harding Memorial Association, has been in- corporated for the purpose of erect- ing a suitable memorial. It in- cludes President Cooliage ana his entire cabinet. The active chair- man ss Brigadier General Charles E Sawyer The active chairman for Ohio >s Orlando A. itiller of Columbus. The threefo-d purpose of this as-'1 soriatioa is to establish and main- tain in perpetuity a mausoleum vrrerein to place the remains of the late president, to acquire his :c Marion, for conversion in-' to a shrir.p for his personal ef-, feels, books, speeches and memen- toes, and to endow a Warren i Gama'iel Harding chair of diplo-i macy and the functions of gov- ernment in connection with some existing university. The president of the United States has fixed the week of Dec. 9, 1923, as the period during which the peo- ple of this country will he accord- ed the privilege of making a sub- scription to the Harding Memorial Association. I aia certain the peo of Ohio will want to honor in death, as they did in life, their i distinguished fellow citizen. Therefore, as governor of Ohio. I do hereby proclaim for this pur- pose the week of Dec. 9 to 16. and urge all religious, business, so- cial, fraternal and civic bodies to; commemorate the late president. Warrea G. Harding, in a fitting manner at one of their regular or special services or meetings, and to contribute to this memorial ac- cording to theJr means and In- clinations. In witness whereof, j I hale hereunto set my hand and caused Great Seal of the State of Ohio Jo b- afflxed in cil--- of "if Si! nine hun- VIC DONAHET. i Governor. imsfmas Gifts THE LARGEST and BEST LINES Ever shown in Gilbert Erector Sets and Tool Chests, The Lionel Electric Trains, The Gendron Wagon Ve- licopeds, Parker Games, Carrom Boards, Horseman Dolls, Madame Hendren Dolls, Tinker Toys, Daisy Guns, Sandy Andy Line, Strauss Mechanical Toys, Stieff Stuffed Animals, The Schoenhut Musical Line, and others too numerous to men- tion. Come early and make your selection, as our lines are com- plete for this year. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND OUR AUTOMOBILE SHOW! The Gray Hardware Co. COSHOCTON WEST LAFAYETTE iTHYL GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT I i I I I I I I I I GENERAL MOTORS introduces
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