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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEfi
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1D19,
Sent From Africa
Specimens to Be
Tho work of preparing the Itooscvolt specimens for exhibition Is going
forward steadily In the Nntlonnl museum lu Washington. They will bo ready
tor Inspection by the public about next July. Tim mounted animal of the deer
Yamtlv Ju Tint n Ifnnuavnlt trntihv hut thu luinua uru nil from hlH PollocUotl.
: HID AS NAILS
Roossvelf Parly Given Warm
Reception at Khartoum.
fLAD JUNGLE TRIP IS ENDED
Former President Has Bored Look
When Lined lj In Front of Enn
llth Dignitaries and Army of News
papermen and Press Photographers.
Meets Wlfo and Daughter Ethel
Who Arrive by Rail Soon After
Nile Boat Ties Up.
Kuartoum, March IE. Both looking
fcnrd as nails and wearing khaki hunt
ing suits, Colonel Itooscvolt and Ills
on Kcrralt arrived hero. As ho
stopped ashore from tho Htoamor
that had brought him down tho Nllo,
It was thought that tho colonel woro
rather bored expression as ho ro.
Ceded tho gioup of British ofllcern
that had gntliorod to groot liira. Tholr
black roldluru, who formed a guard,
presented urms as tho formor presi
dent stopped on land. Tho scono was
gichnps au unpleasantly abrupt ro
tnlndor of tho abandonment of primi
tive camp lifo for tho formalities and
"conventionalities of tho modern
Wond. Tho Incident, howovor, had
BO lasting effect. Tho colonol was
talrly boamlng with good naturo und
mllod broadly us ho heard a battery
t cameras o'.lck around 'him.
Blatln Pasha, Inspector general of
tho Soudan, and othor prominent
British roccivcil and escorted tho
Xtoo30vcltH, futher and son, to tho
"paluco of tho sirdar, whoro numoroua
Introductions wero mado. An hour
later tho two travalcifl crossed tho
Mile to moot Mrs Hoosovolt and Miss
Ethel. As tho train pulled Into tho
ttatlon Miss Kthol was looking out of
tt car window and Colonol ftoosovolt
nd Kormlt woro alongside boforo tho
train canio to a halt. They ran Joy
vusly ulong tho platform, shouting u
Brcotlng and waving their hats fran
tically. Happy embraces and warm
words of woicomo followed. When
tho party nllghtod all wero conducted
back to tho pnlnca.
In an Interview ;Colonol Itoosovolt
Broke repeatedly with tho utmost en
thusiasm cortceinlus tho trip which
Ir drawing to a closo. "I believe,
After all," ho said, "that I nm'glad to
5)0 back. It was np'omlld while- It
la&totl but It lnHtniMojis: enough."
Decide In Favor of Hooking.
Columbus, 0., Mnrch 1C---The uu
tfremo court nssnrtod tho right of a
railroad to reduce or Ineroaso Its rates
In order to meet competition from
ether rnllronds. In tho emo of tho
fctato railroad roniinlsslou ngnlnst tho
blocking Vulley railroad, tho circuit
(court of Franklin county was ufllrmrd
la denying tho right of tho commlH
Ion to chnnKQ rates when dlseiinilna
tlon Is shown. Tho court holds thnt
discrimination la sometimes Justlll
ttilo. , Holllster Takes Oath.
Cln:lnnntl, O., March 10. Howard
C Holllster, boyhood chum of I'rosl
tent Tuft, waB sworn In as a United
States district Judgo at tho federal
Are you Ihin, pnle, easily tired,
strength r then your digestion must be poor, your blood
thin, your nerves weak. You need a tonic and alterative.
You need Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely
free from alcohol. We believe your doctor would endorse
these statements or we would not make them. Ask him
and find out. Follow his advice. r.C.TfuaCo.XHwellMasJ.
r MIPIWI III IPIIH IWIIBM I !! WWIH,llMMIHlIMl,im mi,, t -J
f he endorsement of your dodor will certainly (jriutiy Increase your confidence In Aycr's
Plus a a family laxative. Uvcr pills. All vegetable. Ask your doctor about them,
Put on Exhibition
BIG LOBBY OUSTED
BY tOWER HOUSE
Stats Secures Building to Re
lieve Congested Capitol.
Columbus, O., March 1G. Trinity
Parish houso will soon become tho
property of tho Btato of Ohio, for a
consideration of J5G.000. Tho stato
Is to uso tho building, after enlarging
and repairing It, to houso various de
partments of tho state government,
that, crowded out of tho stato Capitol
building, have been tenants In Colum
bus ofllco buildings. Tho stato pays
about $11,000 annual rentals for theso
olllces and proposes to savo tho
money by tho purchase of tho old
Tho first result of tho recont agi
tation against active lobbying In tlio
legislature developed In tho adoption
by tho houso of tho resolution by
Hoprosontntlvo Uraun, which pro
vides for tho exclusion from thu house
smoking room of all savo authorized
persons. So far tho senato has taken
no action In the matter.
In all probability tho Woods public
utility bill will not ho passed upon
this week by tho house. It Is ex
pected that tho Langdon bill with
ncecsBnry amendments and Inevitable
discussion, and tho one per cent tax
limit bill, both of which nro set for
special orders In advanco of tho
Woods bill, will probably tako all
week. Then tho proposed amend
ments to tho Woods hill will renulro
n reprinting of tho bill before tho dual
voto, so that tho big fight Is still two
Thero Is a genornl belief that tho
tax commission bill will pass In
some Bhapo, but tho fight against tho
Woods bill Is unceasing. Tho Ohio
Journal of Commcrco is out in its
curront Ibsuo with a defenso of tho
lobby as a necossary s.nfo-guard
against destructive legislation.
In the houso of representatives
Howard of Licking county lntroducod
tho Dean bill, which was recently de
feated In .tho sonato, and which pro
vides thnt cities voting wet enn re
tnln their saloons ovon lr tho remain
der of tho county votes dry. Tho ob
ject of Introducing tho bill In tho
houso Is to place tho members on
recoul on tho tomperanco question.
CONSUMER FOOTS THE BILLS
Chairman Williams Says All Trades
men Organized Against Him.
Cincinnati, March in. "All tho tes
timony wo ha "o taken In Columbus
nnd Cincinnati pioves conclusively
that nil donlors, traders and mnmi
factuiors are either thoroughly organ
ized or nro in tho process ot organiza
tion," declared Chairman Williams or
the Joint committee on food prices of
thu Ohio legislature, at tho conclusion
of tho committee's probe In Cincin
nati. "Thero nro combinations of mnnti.
factuiors, producers, wholesalers, Job
bors and letallnrs. Tho ontlro llBt of
traders Is organized ngaliiRt tho con
sumer, he being tho only ono who Is
without protection. Noarly nil tlicso
organisations aro tho outgrowth of
tho past ton years. None ot Uicso or
ganizations will admit they nro com
bined to keep prices up." Chairman
Williams said that thoro would un
doubtodly prosecutions result from
T'nff viti ninmirwimr
lack your usual vigor and
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D. C. McMII.LKN.
D. C. McMillan, ox-rommissitincr ot
Knox county, und ono of the bcd
known citizens of Union township,
died qulto suddenly ut 7:30 o'clock
Monday ovenlng at hh hotue two milt?
south of Danvlllo. H!n death wiif due
to paralysis. McMUlen sustained the
first stroke of paralysis while- filling
tho ofllco of county commissioner.
Tho second stroko camo Sunday night,
which effected his ontlro body, Tho
third and fatal stroko camo about
7:30 oclockMon,day evening and death
resulted almost Instantly.
Tbo deceased was about C5 years of
ago and was born and raised In Union
township, dying within ono quarter of
(i mllo from tho houso in which ho was
born. Ho followed tho occupation of
farming all his life.
Ho served as commissioner of Knox
county for ono term, being elected on
tho Republican tlckot, retiring from
ofilco last September.
McMlllen Is survived by his wife,
two sons nnd tbrco daughters and his
death Is tho first In a family of four
Mrs. Miranda McCarron-Cravcn, ng
ed 81 years, died Sundny noon nt the
homo of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mitch
oil, 503 Spring Mill street, with whom
sho had mado her homo for tho past
ten years, during which timo sho has
been nn Invalid. Sho wn3 born near
Salem, In Columbiana county, Sept.
25, 1825, and nt tho ago of twenty
years moved with her parents to
Frcdcrlcktown. On March 25, 1830,
sho was united In marriago to J. W..
Craven, who died fourteen years ago.
Sho was a life-long member or the.
Baptist church In Fredorlcktown. Sho
Is survived by her threo brothers, 11.
.1. McCnrron of Mt. Olload and John
nnd Frederick McCarron of Frederick
town, and ono sister, Mrs. Mitchell
Short funeral sorvlco nt tbo Mitchell
homo Wednesday morning n 9 o'clock,
conducted by tho Rov. T. A. Honshnw,
of'tho Mayflower church, after which
tho body will bo taken to Frederick
town for burial, with services In Uio
Rapist church thero Wednesday after
noon. Mansfield News.
P. M. Lohr
P. M. Lohr, a well-known resident of
Morgan township, died qulto suddonly
Tuesday morning at 4 o'clock at his
home. Ills death was duo to apop
lexy. Tho deceased was 75 years of
ago and resided In Morgan township
most of his lifo. Ho was united In
marriago to Miss Bomnncy Oldaker
who with tho following children sur
vlvo him: Josophlno, residing at homo,
IJ. O. I.ohr of Miliar township, Georgo
Lohr of Homer. Ho Is also Biirvlved
by four brothers and ono sister. The
funornl Thursday nftornoon at two
o'clock at tho Fnlrvlow church, Itov.
It. E. Long officiating. Intormont In
tho Fall-view cemetery.
Austin D. Recc
Austin D. Itoeco, ono of Mt. Vernon's
well known citizens, died at his homo
Monday ovenlng at 8:30 o'clock of a
complication of diseases after an ill
ness covorlng a porlod of two years.
Ho wag born In Martlnsburg, Knox
county, March 10, 1815, but was a
lOHldont of Mt. Vernon, for many
yours. Ho Is survived oy his wlfo and
two children; Mr. Claronco Ileeco nnd
Mrs. Addlo E. McArtar. The funer
al Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock from tho rosldonco, cornor
Chestnut nnd Ilnnlscm streets. On
Thursday morning tho ronlalns will
bo taken to Martlnsburg for Intor
Snwtl ii Sodllor's Mfo.
Facing death from shot nnd sholl
In tho civil war was moro agroeable
to J. A. Stone, of Konip, Texns, than
facing It from what docors said wns
consumption. ' I contracted a stub
born cold" ho writes, "that develop
ed ii cough, that stuck 'to mo in spite
of all remedies for years. My weight
ran down'to 130 pounds. Then I bo
enn to use Or. King's Now Discovery,
which completely cured mo. I now
wolgh 178 pounds." For coughs,
colds, lagrlppo, nsthmn, hemorrhage,
hoarsoncss, croup, whopping cough
and lung troublo, Its supreme. 50c,
$1.00. Trial bottlo free. Guaran
teed by G. It. Baker & 8ons, Mt.
Vornon audF. Fink of Fredrlcktown,
Wo wish to nnnounco that commenc
ing March 15th our storo will bo opon'
ovonlngs until 7:30. Ilawllnson & Co.
WOMEN MISSION WORKERS.
Gulfport, Miss., Mnrch 1G Tho an
nual conference of tho Mississippi
Woman's Homo Mission society be
gan horo today with an attendance of
over ono hundrod delegates nnd visit
ors from nil parts of tho stato. Mrs.
T. Evans wolcomed tho visitors, for
whom response was mado by Mrs. J.
F. Galloway of Jackson Tho confor
onco will romuln in session until San-day.
Miss Jnno Walglit visited In Colutn
bu Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. 13. M. Hector of Mnrtlnsburg
spent Monday in Mt. Vernon, tho guest
Mr. C. J. IJnrry ot Newark spent.
Tuesday In Mt. Vernon tending (o
sorno business matters.
Mr. WJllam Latham of Mt. Liber
ty Bpent Tuesday In Mt. Vernon on
Miss Jeanctto Dudd of Indianapolis,
Ind.fj Is spending n few days with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Dublnsky.
Our Caster cards nro bcniiUcs, 10c
per dozo nnt Pciiii'r.
Messrs. Shorman Foreakor and
Ueorgo Koyser wero visitors in Co
lumbus this afternoon.
Mrs. Ellzaboth Cotrell left Tuesday
morning for Pueblo, Colorado, after a
several weeks' visit with friends and
relatives In and near Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Howard It. Hays returned to
Torchlight, Ky., this afternoon after
a chort visit In tho city with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Hays,
East Gambler street.
$1.00 btij-H n fountain pen, fully
guaranteed, nt I'ciiii'h.
Mr. Paul Baker, who is employed
it tho G. It. Baker drug storo on
South Main streot, went to Zanesvlllo
Tho Tom Watts and tho Stnuffors
A'lll roll a scries of tbrco games on
ho Plaza alloys 'Jucsday evening, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. David S. Jackson of Liberty
ownshlp spent Tuesday in Mt. Ver
non, atending to somo matters of
Mr. Patrick II. Fccnoy left Tues
day morning for Youngstown whoro
ho will attend to somo nmttora of
See nnd hear speaking dolls at
Mr. Abraham Pike, who has for tho
past several days, been very ill at
his homo on East Burgess streot, is
Mrs. Charles Mnhy laft Tucsduy
morning for Pittsburg where sho will
spend several days with friends and
Mr. Henry Van WIcklcn of Louis
vlllo, Kentucky, nrrlo-l In tho city
this morning, being calle.1 hero by the
death of his father, tin lato Nicholas
Mr. S. A. Williams of Gambler, O.,
has leased tho grand young trotting
stallion "Sunland Clay, Jr.," 2:22Vi
by Sunland Clay, 2: 15 yt. Ho took his
mark last fall at our county fair, In
that flvo heat raco.
Sheet music sale, Saturday night,
7 (o 1) o'clock, nil popular music 10c
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford, who
rosldo several miles cast of tho city,
aro spending sovoral days, tho guests
of Mrs. Fidelia Pike- of East Burgess
EXECUTOR'S SALE of city prop
erty 7-room houso and lot nnd 6
room cottngo nnd lot. Late rcsl
donro property of Lulu Dresser, No
008 W. High St. Public auction on
premises Snttirday, March 10, at 2
p. m. Terms to suit purchaser. Will
nlso soil all household goods. See
or 'phono mo. Lewis B. Ilouck, ex
ocutor How Good Now Trnvoln,
"I nm seventy years old and travel
most of tho timo." writes B. F. To!
on, of Ellrabethtown. Ky. "Every
where I go I recommend Electric Bit
tors, becnuso I own my excellent
health and vltnllty to them. They
fffect a cure ovory time." They nov
r fall tc ono the stomnch, regulate
tho kidneys and bowels, stimulate
tho liver, Invigorate tho nprves and
mirlfy tho blood. They work won
ders for weak, run-down men and wo
men, restoilng strencth, vlcor nnd
health Hint's n dally Joy. Try them.
Only 50c Satisfaction Is posltlvelj
guaranteed by G. It. Baker & Sons.
Mt. Vernon nnd F. Fink of Fred
Of 20 Per Cent To Be Paid
By Brink Haven Bank
Brink Hnvon, O., Mnrch 1C Tho
Brink Haven Bank, a branch of tho
Colllngwood bank which wont Into
tho hands ot n rocolver last wlntor,
will pay a 20 por cent dlvldond to nil
depositors on Thursday of this week.
An Awful Eruption
of a volcano excites brief Interest,
and your Intreest in skin eruptions
will be ns short, if you uso Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo, their quickest cure,
filvon tho worst bolls, ulcers, or fever
sores aro soon honed by It. Best for
burns, cuts, brulson.sore lips, chapped
hands, chllblnlnes and piles. It gives
Instant relief. 25o atG. It. Baker &
Sons, Mt. Vornon nnd F. Fink of
System In Ohio To
If This Proposed Bill Be
comes A Law
If a bill Introduced into tho senato
by Senator Mathows becomes a law
tho jury system of tiio stato will be
reorganized nnd frclnds of tho bill
say thnt tho professional juror will
be put out of butness. It Is tho
aim of tho bill to tako tho Jury sys
tem out of politics as much as possi
ble nnd give greater publicity to thu
drawing of Jurors nnd so limit tho
term of sorvico of each Juror that
none will profit by tho service. Ono
commissioner Instead ot four, will
havo chargo of the system under tho
direct supervision of tho court. Ho
will have ono assistant of opposed
politics and tho ualarles will bo fixed
by tho court. All electors aro exam
ined by tho cofmlssloncrs as to In
telligence, honesty, sense of hearing
and ability to undorstnnd tho lan
guage of the court. Tho system Is
open to Investigation by order ot the
court onco In two years. No juror,
under tho new law, could servo for
moro than eighteen days onco In two
yours, unless a longer time was nee
essary to completo ono trial, and ho
receives $3 n day, which is ?l more
than nt present. Tho court may
postpone and Interchange term of
sorvlco to accomodate jurors. All
drawings nro to bo advertised in two
newspapers In advanco nnd glvo the
public an opportunity to bo present.
Each name is placed upon tho venire
as soon ns drawn, preventing the
juggling of names. Tho commission
er gives notice to tho Juror ns soon
ns ho is drawn, alowing him time
tc proparo to servo.
Nasal Catarrh, un Inflammation of
rtho delicate membrane lining tho nlr-
passages, is not cured by any mixtur
es taken into tho stomnch. Don't
wnsto time on them. Take Ely's
Cream Balm through tho nostrils, so
that tho fevered, swollen tissues nro
reached at onco. Nover mind how
long you havo suffered nor how often
you havo been disappointed, wo know
Ely's Cream Balm Is tho remedy you
should uso. AH druggists EOc. Mail
ed by 2Iy Bros., 50 Warcoa street,
DATE SET FOR STRIKE
Chicago, March 1C This afternoon
tho dnto for firemen's strlko on 40
western roads was sot for March 22.
unless mediation o federal govern
ment Is successful.
Stubborn As Mules
ro liver and bowels sometimes;
eom to balk without cause. Then
there's troublo loss of appetlte
Indigestion, nervousness, despond
ency, headache. But such troubles
lly beforo Dr. King's Now Life Pills,
tho world's best stomach and liver
remedy. So easy. 25c at G. It.
Baker & Sons, Mt. Vernon and F.
Fink of Fredrlcktown.
Washington, D. C, March 1C Tho
caso of Samuel C. Wiley, tho motor
mnn who ran his cir Into tho automo
bile of Mrs. Gardiner G. Hubbard on
tho Chevy Chnso road last Septoiubor,
was called for trial In" tho criminal
court todny. Mrs. Hubbard's death
followed tho collision nnd tho motor
man was Indicted for'innnslnughtor.
Mr. Hugo Poterson wont to Colum
bus this nftornoon on business.
Ely's Cream Balm
la quickly absorbed.
Gives tlellel at Onco.
,,It cleanses, soothes,
heals nnd protects
tho diseased iriom
brnno resulting from
Catarrh and drives
sway a Cold in tho
Head quickly. Ito
Btoros tho Kensen nt
Tuato nnd Smoll. .Pull WnKn , tt,
gists or by mniL In liquid form, 7C cents,
lily Brothers. CO Worron Stroot, Now Xork.
Tho Farmers' & Merchants' Na
tional bank, located nt Mt. Vornon
In tho Stato of Ohio, Is closing Its
affairs. All note holders and othor
crodltors of tho association aro there
fore heroby notified to prosont the
notes and other claims for payment.
Dated February 17, 1010.
A. L. BYRNS,
TWO SISTERS WED
Heading, Pa., March 1C At n double
wedding celebrated hero today the
Misses Mary and Elizabeth Yocum,
dnughters of Mr. nnd Mrs. William S.
Yocum, becamo tho brides, respective
ly, of Nicholas Collottl and Ferdlnan
do Collottl. Tho brldcsgrooms are
brothers and both aro physicians.
9T For the
All the leading pre
parations carried in
We will guarantee all
Tooth Brushes, 25c
N.-E. Cor. Public Sq.
Interest compounded quartorly
is what you recoivo on all mon
ey deposited In our Savings De
partment. Tho now quarter
commences April 1. Better
start n Savings Account You
can do it with $1.00 up.
and Trust Co.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
In Top Costs, suitings Trouserings
Now Ready for Your Examination.
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V.W .r'lk'IO. lT T- ..-
i Damp proof, doe3 not corrode or rust, and nlways prevents n sunken
t grave. Not Just ns good, but bettor than any vault made from nny ma-
terlal. Weight, 000 pounds. Prices reasonable. Manufactured by
I V n.ISHII.YerooD.o: cTie;'opho0o.35R1.2,l5d for bySaleall Underlar
,$6.00 $7.50 $10.00
$12.00 $18.00 $20.00
$25.00 and $30.00
Others up to $200.00
Positively The Largest Stock
In Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Bud Boall of West Vino streot
wont to Utlca Tuesday noon to attond
to somo matters of business.
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who vnluo their own comfort
nnd tlio wclfnro of tholr children, Rhould
novcr bo wlfhout n box of Mother Qrny'a
Sweet Powders for Children, for uso
ttirtiURbout tlio Reason. They break up
ColclH, Curs Foverlahnesa. Constipation,
Teething Disorders, Ilendnclin and
Stomnch Troubles THESE POWDERS
NEVER FAIL. Sold by all Drug Stores.
Zic. Don't nccept nny tuibptltuto. A trial
package will be sent FREE to any moth
er who will address Alien S. Olmsted,
L.0 Koy, N. T.
N i n iJmLTI f ii 1 31
FIRE AND BURGLAR
In 'your bed room
Main and Vine Streets
Rubber Gloves, special
per pair 65c
Wall Paper Clean
at 25c and 50c
Chamois Skin for
Strong Ammonia, per
Designs Original and Exclusive.
Colorings The Newest.
Results Pleasing & Harmonious.
Call and Be
9 Opera House Block, Mt. Vernon, O
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