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THE DEMOCKATIC BANNER
TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1919
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before
Iraby comes, are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow
-pon the little life about to begin. Her happiness and physical com
Jbrt will largely govern the proper development of the health and
mature of the child. Mother's Friend contributes much to the moth
r,s happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it affords.
3t is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
3obricate the muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen
aeammary glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues,
and aid in the relief of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend
greatly lessens the pain and danger when baby comes, and assures a
guide and natural recovery for the mother. Mother's Friend is sold
t drug stores. Write for our free book of information for expectant
mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Cdfirilrbt Hilt SdiilTncr & Man
HEN you come here for your Easter
Clothes and other good things to wear,
we'll show you some of the best things
you've over looked at in Clothes, in Hats, in
bright Springy Neckwear; in Shirts of beautiful
pattorn and weave; Gloves, Hosiery and all the
best; a great variety of good things.
Hart Schaffner &
In a great array of attractive colorings: Greys,
Blues, Browns in all patterns; all wool weaves,
domestic and imported. Perfect tailoring and
stylo. And all the other things in the same qual
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
g H. S. & M.
Our popular priced Suits and Overcoats
from $10 to $20 are superior values l.o goods sold
by others from J?2 to $0 more in price.
This Store is tho Homo of Hart Schaffner
& Marx Clothes
J Clothing House
& Vino Sta.
EAGLE SHIRTS 2
I. R08ENTHALL, Prop.
CUT DIQ MELON
Chicago, March 21 At a npeclal
sooting hold lioro today tho Btock
$ldors of tho Pullman Company vot
ltd favorably on tho proposition of
tho directors to capltallzo tho Bur
plus ftBOta of tho company to tho ox.
tont of ?20,000,000. As tho Btock of
tho company Is now Rolling nround
$200 a nharc tho now Ibhuo which tho
stockholdora havo votod to thomselves
will havo a market valuo of about
Eggs 2bc. Duttcr 30c.
Mrs. D. 'c. Baxter of Brandon spent
Saturday In' Mt. Vernon, tho guest of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Carey White of Sparta
aro moving their household goods to
Mt. Vernon, whero they will reside hi
O. W. Allen, who was badly in
jured at Gambior Friday by being
kicked by a hors'o, is doing very nlco
ly at tho Mt. Vornon hospital.
Mr. James Lampson is ablo to bo
around again after n several days'
Mr. I3oyd Smith visited with friends
In Zanesvlllo over Sunday.
Mr. Russell McManis of West Vino
street Is spending sovoral days In San
dusky, tho guest of friends.
Mrs. J. Lantz went to Columbus
Monday morning to spend several days
with friends and relatives.
Cornel Comet Attend the admin
atrator fate for bargains at Back'
f'linitare store, West Gambler St. tf
Mr. W. E. Softon left Monday morn
ing for Mnrysvillo, Ohio, whero ho will
attend to some business matters.
Mr. Fred A. Clough went to Colum
bus Monday morning to spend tho day,
attending to some business matters.
Mr. C. E. Metzger of Warsaw spent
Sunday In Mt. Vernon, tho guest of
Dr. F. W. Lewis went to Bangs
Monday morning on a professional
Mrs. Emma Jacobs was. called to
Bangs Monday morning by tho serious
illness of her sister, Mrs. Mahon.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Schaeffer and
Mrs. William Welsh went to Columbus
Monday morning to Bpend tho day.
Mr. Nell Knodo Is confined jf his
homo with a Bovero attack of rliouma
tlsm. Mr. Lowls Hyman went to Millers
burg Monday morning to attend to
somo matters of business.
Mr. Ira Sheriff loft Monday morning
for Woooster after spending several
days In Mt. Vornon on business.
Hon. W. M. Kooons left Monday
morning for Cnnton, whero ho will
transact somo businoss matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Madden of
Orrvlllo spent Saturday In Danvlllo,
tho guests of relatives.
Comol Cornel Attend tho admin-
uratcr Bale for bargains at Back's
'iiraftiwe storo, West Gambler St tf
MrB. II. C. Gates of Mt. Vornon is
tho gunst of her parent, Mr. and
Mrs. John Stlnomatcs of Brandon.
Miss May McDonald wont t,o Colum
bus Sunday morning to begin a courso
of iiurFo training at Dr. Lawronco's
Mrs. Fraiflc Packard loft Monday
morning for her homo In Anderson,
Indiana, after a sovoral days' visit
with relatives In Mt. Vornon.
A marrlngo llconso wns issued in
Newark Saturday to Mr. Simeon J.
Roberts of Mt. Vernon O., nnd Miss
Coon of Ilnnovcr, Licking county.
Somo of tho special bargains In
dishes at Arnold's. 52- ploco dlnnor
sot for $2,00. 80-plcco, neat decora
tion ?r,00, Complete 100-pIcco porce
lain decorated Bot for ?0.00. Thcso
sots aro porfect and llrst quality. Op
en stock patterns In porcelain and
In China, plain or decorated, from
which you can buy any picco you
want, at any tlnio.
Itov. and Mrs, B. F. Ithodos, formor
pastor of tho Gambior M. E. church,
is Hpondlug sovoral days with friends
Mrs. W. F, Babbs of East Burgoss
strcot and daughter, Mrs. Ilaiold
AlHdoif, of North Sandusky street,
wont to Columbus Friday morning to
visit with friends and relatives.
Mr. William McCormlck wont to
Mansllold Sunday ovonlng to nttond
tho funeral of his cousin, which wns
held Monday morning.
Miss Jonnlo Sovorns of Pittsburg
Is Hpondlng sovoral days In, Jclloway
tho guest of hor nunt, Mrs. John Sov
orns. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vail and daugh
ter of Cardlngton spoilt Saturday and
Sunday in Sparta, tho gnosis of Mr.
Vall's fathor, Mr. Ira Vail.
Wall papors aro cheaper this year
than ' over boforo and tho colorings
and patterns aro decidedly prctttlor
than ovor boforo. You will find great
er advantages In ovory way at Ar
nold's whero tho Btock Is now nnd yon
can 11 ml 1010 patterns for lc por bolt
Miss Lordttn Tanglier loft Monday
morning for Clovolnnd whero bIio will
spond a wook, a guost of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Cnroy nnd family.
Mr. nnd Mra. Erlo E. Wngnor arriv
ed from Champaign, 111., Saturday
ovonlng and loft for Canton, Ohio, Sun
day nftornoon whoro Mr. Wagner has
accoptcd a position as sporting editor
of tho News.
Mr, Clarcnco Spoannan of Colum
bus spont Sunday In Danvlllo tho
guest of his paronts, Mr, and Mrs.
Mr. A. E. Bawllnson wns a Colum
bus visitor Monday nftornooon.
Miss Holon Nnzor returned to hor
homo In Danvllb Saturday morning
after spending Fiday in Mt. Vernon,
tho guest of rcUtlvcs and friends.
Mr. Hugo PetUrson went to Colum
bus at noon today on buslncsss.
Lawn grass seol, 10c package Wool
son's. Mr. Philip Church wont to Columbus
this afternoon on business.
Miss Delia Conaway of Brandon Is
somowhat improved after a serious
attack of illness.
Wall paper cleaner, 10c, 3 for 25c.
Woolson's Department storo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Motz of Dan
vlllo spont Sunday in Frederlcktown
tho guests of friends and orlatlvca.
Mr. Harry Dunn of Sandusky Bpont
Sunday in Gambler tho guost of
Easter toys and novelties. Wool
son's Department storo.
Mr. L. T. Cromley of Mt. Vornon
spent Saturday afternoon and ovonlng
Easter cards 10: per dozen, for sale
Mr. 'Hubbard of Hartford City, In
diana, Is spending several days in
Gambler tho guest of friends.
Hon. S. It. Gotshall returned to Co
lumbus this afternoon after spending
Sundny in tho city with his family.
Sweet pea seeds 2 oz. for Cc. Wool
son's Department storo.
MIssLaurlnoCannlng wont tqColum
bus this afternoon to visit with rel
atives. Easter cards 10c per dozen, for sale
Mr. Clyde Brentllnger of Cleveland
Is spending several days In Mt. Vernon
tho guest of relatives and friondB.
Onion sets 8c quart. Woolson's De
Colonel Mnxwcll of Delaware, Ohio
spent Monday In Mt. Vernon attend
ing to somo matters of business.
Miss May BTack of Brink Haven
spent Sunday In Danvlllo tho guost of
Easter cards 10c per dozen, for sale
Mr. E. M. Armstrong of Zanesvlllo
spent Monday In Mt. Vornon, trans-,
acting somo matters of business.
Mrs. Frederick Sells of Utlca spent
Sunday In Mt. Vornon, tho guest of
rolatlven and friends.
Elephant car bulbs, Be. Woolson's
Mr. Adolph Wuchncr went to Utlca
Monday noon to attend to somo mat
tors of business.
Tho last number of tho Howard
lecture courso' will bo given Saturday
ovonlng, March 20 by tho Lucy Leo
Concert Co. This Is ono of tho best
concert companies to bo found any
where and a musical treat Is In Btoro
for thoso who havo tho opportunity of
Easter cards 10c per dozen, for sale
Mr. Silas Darling of Martinsburg
hnB bought n lino property In that vil
lage on tho main street. Mr. Darling
will convort tho building into' a hotol,
of which ho will bo proprietor.
Bulbs for lloworlng plants now
rendy. Woolson's Department store.
Mrs. Walter M, Illloy has gono to
Danvlllo to visit with relntlvos for
a fow days.
Miss Ilottio Prunor haB been cnllod
homo from Chicago on account of tho
Illness of her mother, Mrs. Ellen
Mr. Charles Blgor of Delawaro, O.,
Miss Bossle Carey and Mrs. Dunn of
Pennsylvania, attended tho funeral
of their aunt, Mrs. Sarah Casa at Bran
don Saturday nftornoon.
Itov. II. M. Pcobloa, pastor of tho
Mt. Vernon circuit of tho M. P. hurch,
loTt Monday morning for Pleasant
vlllo, Ohio, whoro ho will spend Bovcr
nl days with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Odoll, Mr. Rob-
ort Blytho, Mr. Frnnk Stokos. Mr.
Frank Jones nnd Mr. Laurol Eggloston
loft Monday morning for tho suiumor
trip In tho viow business.
Mr. John Ilomllngor loft Monday
morning for Nlles, Ohio, whero ho Is
omployod. Mr. Romllngcr has boon
spending Bovornl days with relatives
In Mt. Vernon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry H. Miller of
Bremen, O., spont Saturday and Sun
day In tho city with Mrs. Mlllor's par
onts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Deslro Honry of
WoBt Chostnut stroot.
Mrs. A. D. Bunn loft this morning
for Dpshlor, 0., whoro she mot a par
ty of tourists mado up in Cincinnati,
Mrs. Bunn with tho party left for
Boston from which placo thoy will
sail on Thursday for Europe on tho
"Canoplc" for hn oxtendod tour.
An Easter cantata was given at tho
Church of tho Holy Spirit In Gambler
Sunday evening. S0I03 woro rondor-
od by Miss Kbcnnn of Hnrcourt, and
Mr, James Cablo of Konyon. Those
who nttcndod from Mt. Vornon woro
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Broroton and Mr.
Goorgo Kelloy and Miss Helen Shlro
man. . .
W lJ M M . H J
rtsjEjrjKrAj r or sljd i n.n :
If not, come here and see what a fine stylish wardrobe you can procure at
small outlay over 350 new snappy suit styles from which to make selections.
Every new fashion idea and style departure is embodied in this surpassing col
lection of spring attire and the prices sd varied as to meet the demands of every
purse. Come in early and make selections so you will not be disappointed on
Easter morn. ALTERATIONS AEE FREE
Lovers of fine artistic millinery will find here an unusual treat. All the newest
American styles and foreign adaptations representing the work of New
York's foremost designs are here in great profusion. A shape for every head
and priced to suit every purse. Hats for infants, children, misses and ladies
50c TO $9.50
Fine chiffon jjanama ma
terial, plated skirt, 32 in.
jacket, nicely braided,
guaranteed satin lining;
colors are grey, navy and
green and black; an extra
ordinary value at
Fine French serge and di
agonal weaves; new plat
ed skirts, jackets satin
lined; shawl collar faced
with moire silk, somo
neatly braided others
plain tailored; colors are
green, tan, navy, grey and
black; really worth $22.50
Spring Coats and Jackets, $5.00 to $25.Q0
Every new style idea in separate coats and jackets, materials of serge, shark
skin, diagonal weaves and fancies; all lengths from 32 in. to the full length.
Positively the greatest showing in the city ' $5,00 TO $25.00
Bridget Dormody is
hor homo on East
Mr. Lindsay Fawcott of Buckeye
City spent Friday In Mt. Vornon at
tending to Bomo matters of business.
Mr. II. G. Sllngluff returned Friday
morning from a businoss trip to Pitt
burg. Prosecuting Attornoy James A.
SchaoHor wont to Danvlllo Friday
morning on business.
Mr. Arthur Tlawllnson wont to Co
lumbus Friday morning to attend to
somo matters of business.
Mr. W. II. Tliompson wont to Co
lumbus Friday morning to attond to
somo businoss mntters.
Mr. Dana Donncy spent Thursday
evening In Newark sottlliig up somo
Mrs. Charles Kargor of Mansllold
returned to hor homo Friday morn
ing after a sovoral days' visit with
frlcuds and relatives in Mt. Vornon.
Mr. Thomas W. Workman loft Fri
day morning for Bristol, Tennessee
whoro ho will spend two weeks, tho
guest of relatives.
"Storl" Wolvorton's Oakland, Cali
fornia, baseball team dofcatcd tho Chi
cago American Lcnguo at SanFrancis
co yesterday by a score of 1 to 0.
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Georgo Baw
llnson of Frederlcktown aro tho guests
of Mrs, Honry Pugh of West High
Mr. J. B. Smith of Gambior left
Friday noon for Cincinnati, whero ho
will attend to somo mnttors of busi
ness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward McKlsson of
Toledo aro spending sovoral days In
Jollowny, tho guests of frlonds and
Mr. Raymond Lylo of this city at
tended tho danco given Wednesday
ovonlng by tho Phi Dolta Kappa fra
ternity nt Hartford City .Indiana.
Mrs, II, II. Mykrantz of Ashland,
who has been tho guest of her paronts,
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph McCormlck, wont
to Columbus today to visit with rela
tives. Thoso wishing to bo supplied with
gardon soeds and bullotlns ifpon a
vnrloty of subjocts Issued by tho Ag
Department can procure
by writing to Roprcsonta
O. Sharp, at Washington,
Tuberose, Gladollus, Caladlum, Can
na and Dahlia bulbs. Woolson's De
Mr. James L. Cunningham has ro
turned to his homo In Gambler after
spending several months In Clove
land. Chlof of Pollco Dermody Is off duty
on account of the serious illness of his
mother nnd Lieutenant McEIroy Is on
duty during the day.
Mrs. Charles Snow of North Gay
street went to Danvlll Monday morn
ing to spond sovoral daya with hor
mother, Mrs. A. G. Black.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Black of
Danvlllo spent Sunday In Mt. Vernon,
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Snow of North Gay street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Whitman nnd
family of Norwalk, Ohio, aro spending
several days In Mt. Vernon, tho guosts
Miss Marguorlto Blako of Clovo
land nnd Miss Mary Badgor of' Cali
fornia, aro spending sovoral days in
Gambler tho guests of relatives and
Mr. Samuol Snblo returned to his
homo in Philadelphia Monday morn
ing after a soveral days' visit with his
sjstcr, Mrs, Harry Lurlo of East Vino
Mossrs. B, B. Williams, Chnrlcs F.
Colvlllo and M. Nixon, tho commltteo
from tho Congregational church, to
solect a now pastor, visited In Clovo
lnnd ovor Sunday,
Dr. T. E. Jofforson, who has for the
past sovoral days boon confined to his
homo in Danvlllo by n sovoro attack
of lllnoss, Is much improved and is
ablo to attond to Us ofllco work,
A post card shower was given Mrs.
Morgan Ashburu on Thursday In hon
or of her G8th birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Ashburn rocolvod ono hundrod
nnd thirty cards from various points
in tho United States.
Mr. William Smith of Millwood who
was sovorely injured by sustaining
two broken ribs as a result of a hard
fall soveral days ago, Is Improving
very rapidly under tho caro of Dr. E.
L. Portor of Danvlllo.
Mrs. Donlol Castor of near Bollvlllo
Is roportod to bo 111 with smallpox.
Tho family recently roturned from
Missouri and Saturday tho physician
pronounced tho caso smallpox and
sent for tho stato health ofllcer, who
agrocd with tho diagnosis. Mansfield
It's Good Very Good
Wo sell all kinds Feed
Purina -Poultry Feeds
The best known feed
for chicks or chickens
The Northwestern f
, Elevator & Milt Co. 1
PRESIDENT TAFT IN
Providence, R. I., March 21 Coming
from Now Haven, whoro ho attonded
a mooting of tho Yalo corporation ear
lier in tho day, Prcsldont Taft ar
rived in Providenco this afternoon la
accoptanco of an invitation sent hlra
sovoral months ago to speak at tho an
nual banquet of tho Now England
Manufacturing Jowellors and Sllvor
smlths Association. Elaborate ar
rangements havo boon completed for
tho banquet, which takes placo to
night In Infantry Hall. In addition
to tho President tho scheduled speak
ers Include Senators Aldrjch and
CHICAGO BENCH SHOW OPENS
Chicago, March 21 Tho pick of tho
aristocratic canines making tho
rounds of tho Amorlcan circuit this
year aro on display at tho annual
show of tho Chicago Kentiol Club,
which opened In tho Coliseum today
and will contlnuo unUl Friday,