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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
TUESDAY JUNE 14, 1010
Business Meeting Of The
Prior To The Banquet On
Officers Elected On Thurs
Tlio Mt. Vernon Alumni Association
hold Its llnnl business meeting of tho
year last evening. Tho officers for
the ensuing year wore olected and all
arrangements for tho banquet and re
union, which occurs Friday ovenlng,
June 17. wero completed. It Is ex
pected that tho attendance this year
will be the hugeat In tho history of
tho association tho reports showing
that 400 will bo present. Tho banquet
committee was Instructed to preparo
for that number. The contract for
catering wus awarded to Mrs. Charles
Tho committee in charge of tho re
palis to the Alumni hall reported
that tho work would bo completed by
Saturday ovenlng of this weelc, so
that tho work of decoration etc., could
bo commenced Monday.
Miss Cooper, who had In charge the
collection of all the class pictures
for the "Picture Gallery", reported that
alio alieady hud succeeded In Beuurlng
tho pictures of all but a few classes
and thefee will bo airanged for In a few
days. Several of tho classes had no
class plcturo but separate photographs
of tho membeis will bo secured and
grouped together. This gallery of
classes promises to ho a very Inter
esting feature and all the members
oro manifesting great Interest In it.
Thoso furnishing pictures aro request
ed to put their names on tho back of
thorn and leavo at Supt. Alan's office
not later than Thursday afternoon of
Tho members aro again urgod to se
cure their tickets at onco of Mrs.
Iva Rudolph at tho Now Knox Nation
al Bank. This Is very Important and
will assist greatly In the success of
tho affair. Quito a large number of
tickets have already been sold.
Miss Mary Stauffer was appointed to
secure tho silk banner which Is to bo
given the class having the largost per
cent In attendance.
The "yell committee submlttted tho
following "yell" which was adopted as
the alumni yell. "Kero-Koro-Kcro-Kl,
jo aro the alumni of Mt. Vernon
Tho following officers wero elected:
PresidentMr. Zennp Taylor.
Vce-Presldent Mr. Walter Starr.
Secretary Miss Jessie Bryant.
Treasurer Mrs. Iva Rudolph.
Historian Miss Ethel Cooper.
George Wythe of East Curtis street
died at Mercy Hospital in Columbus
Thursday night at about twelve
o'clock after a several, weeks' illness.
He was sixty-six yeais of ago and is
survived by two sons, William Wythe
of Mt. Vernon and Lewis Wythe of
Saginaw, Michigan. Tho doceascd
was a niombor of tho local post of G.
A. It. being enlisted as a pilvate'in
Co. D of tho 2nd battalion of tho 18th
U, S. infantry. Ho was discharged
October 2, 1801.
Philip Piper Medberry
Philip Piper Medberry died suddenly
ou Thursday. Juno 1), at Denver, Col
orado. Tho deceased was united in
marrlago some years ago to Miss An
na Sellers ofMorgau township. Tho
particulars of the doath have not been
iocelved In tho city.
ANIMALS FEAR AIR8HIP8
1 (Chicago Journal)
All animals aro terrified by airships.
Partridges, quails and other game
birds crouch and hide, while domestic
fowls utter loud warning notes tho In
stant they perceive tho monstrous
bird of proy. Tho Swedish aeronaut.
Van Hoffkon, while sailing at a mod
erate olovatlon obsorvod that oiks,
foxes, hares and other wild animals
lied at his approach. While the Zop
pelln III. was going from Dussoldorf
to Essen tho aoronauts on board noted
that horses and cattle galloped fran
tically over tho Holds on catching
sight of tho all ship.
Misses Edna and Moda Moorehead,
of Zanesvlllo, who have boon 'tho
guests of Mr and Mrs. Georgo H.
Husk, of Park avenue east, went to
Mt. Vernon this morning to visit with
relatives and fi lends for a few days
hofore returning to their home.
injuries Sustained By
Hulli, tlio fourteen-year old son of
Mr, nnd Mrs. John Colopy of Dnnvlllu,
was severely Injured whllo nt work In
tho garden near his home on Frday
morning. At about ten o'clock, the
hoy was plowing When tho horso,
which was hitched to tho plow, be
came frightened and started to run
nway. In making nn attempt to stop
tho animal, tho boy became entangled
lu tho harness and when the fence was
reached, ho was (brown against It
with considerable force, rendering him
unconscious. Dr. Jefferson of Danville
was Immediately called and on exami
nation, It was found that no bones
wero bioken nnd that tho boy was only
badly biulsod about tho neck and
STILL IN THE RING
Senator Tillman Has No
Intention of Resigning.
Viscount Maidstone and Margaretta
Drexel at Races In England
Tho wedding of Mr. Charles Morso
of Amhorst, New Hampshire, nnd Miss
Florence Maxwell of Pike township
w.n8 solomnl7od at the home of Rev.
Hamhly In Frederlcktown on Thuis
day ovenlng at about nine o'clock.
Tho wedding of Dr. T. L. Keren
baugh of .Washington, D. C, and Miss
Blanche Beal of Now Castle, Ohio,
was solculnUcd at the home of tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Beal in Now Castlo at eight o'clock
Thursday evening, the coremony be
ing performed by Rev. McConuoll of
Now Castle. Tho house was beautiful
ly decorated for tho occasion with
orange blossoms nnd carnations and
music was furnished by an orchestra
fiom Coshocton. Immediately artor
the ceremony, a wedding supper was
served and a reception given for tho
brido und groom who will leavo Satur
day morning for Des Moines, Iowa,
where they will moke their future
For Mr. Welshymer
A vei) pleasant surprise was ten
dered Mr. J. T. Welshymer Thursday
evening at his homo on East Burgess
street In honor of his sixty-third birth
day anniversary. Tho event waa plan
ned by Mrs. Welshymer and daughter,
Mrs. Montis. ; An elegant three
course dinner was served. TJioso seat
ed at tho tablo wero Mr. J. T. Welsh
ymor, Mr. Solomon Montis, Mr. Geo.
A. Moore, Mr. John S. Wirt, Mr. U, G.
Plckard, Mr. William Hookway, Mr.
F. A. Plckard, Mr. Jed S. Montis, Mr.
Zenno Taylor, Mr. Georgo H. Jackson.
Tho evening was very pleasantly spent
In games and grnphophono music. The
guests departed at a late hour wishing
Mr. Welshymer many happy returns
fof the day .
Mr. Boyd B. Smith, formerly deputy
auditor of Knox county, now of Col
lego township, nnd Miss Carolyn Mc
Fadden, granddaughter of Mr. and, Mrs.
Knmuol McFndden. wero united In
marriage at G o'clock Thursday clon
ing at the homo of tho grand parents
on South Gay street. Tho coremony
was porformed by tho Rev. L. O,
Newcomer, pastor of tho Vino. Street
Church of Christ. Tho brido's maids
weio Miss Loulso Arndt and Miss
Madge Humbert, while tho groom was
attended by Mr. Warner DoVoo and
Mr. Cljde Lafever. Tho coremony
was porlormedUn the presence of tlio
families of the 'contracting parties and
a fow Invited guests, After the cere
mony a delicious threo-courso dinner
At 8: CO Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for
a wedding trip of two wecoks. They
have tho best wishes of a large clrclo
of friends In thlsclty.
Mrs. Edward Dover of East Gamb'or
strcot went to Grnnvlllo Satuiduy
morning to spend tho day. 1
Mr, John Markley, Residing Just
north of Chestervlllo, who sustained
a broken right arm by being kicked
jigalnfit a door by a horse on Thiirsda
evening, is improving as fast as the
nature his injury will permit.
Photo by Amottun l'lets Association.
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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Baby's coming will be a time of rejoicing, and not
of apprehension and fear, if Mother's Friend is used
by the expectant mother in preparation of the event.
This is not a medicine to be taken internally, but a liniment to be
applied to the body, to assist nature in the necessary physical changes
of the system. Mother's Friend is composed of oils and medicines
which prepare the muscles and tendons for the unusual strain, render
the ligaments supple and elastic, aids in expanding the skin and flesh
fibres, and strengthens all the membranes and tissues. It lessens the
pain and danger at the crisis, and assures future health to the mother.
Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book con
taining valuable information for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFIELO CO., ATLANTA. GA
Bs Sure To See-
Photo by American Pie&s Auboiiutlun,
The iimningu of Viscount MiililMuuu and Miss Marg.iretta Druxel is uoi
only to be a social affair in Loudon, hut it will bring a part of tho Druxul
millions to the assistance of the joung lhigllshinan Viscount Maidstone h
dv-( lined as a t plcal Kiigllslinun mid his gieiiti-sl hobbles ate attending tin
rates and plnjing golf This ph tin 6 shows lscmmt Maidstone and Mls
Diesel at the races titiSoiislj w niching a horse backed by the Englishman.
Special Diamond Rings
96.00 $7.50 -$10.00
$12.00 $18.00 ?20.00
$25.00 and $30.00
Others up to $200.00
Positively The Largest Stock
i In Mt. Vernon.
TILLMAN HIMSELF AGAIN
Will Appear on Tlrlno Line st Open
ing of Next Session.
Washington, June 10. Benjamin
It. Tillman has no intention of oblig
ing some "i his political enemies In
South Caiollna bv les'lgning from the
senate. The senator left Ulanta,
where ho lias been undei treatment
In a sanitarium, and went to his
farm at Tienton, S. C. To a close
political friend who saw him this
week Senator Tillman demonstrated
that he was mentally active as oer,
and w.ib rapidly recovering his phja
leal strength. He expects to bo In
his seat in the seuate at the begin
ning, of the nest session In December.
Roosevelt Sails From South
ampton Homeward Bound,
LAST DAY IN ENGLAND QUIET
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
is now a summer as wen
as a winter remedy. It
has the same invigorating
and strength-producing ef
fect in summer as in winter.
Try it In a little cold milk or
In Company With Foreign Minister
Grey Mighty Nlmrod Communes
With Nature In Seclusion of New
Forest Recipient of Thousands of
Epistles Dissenting From Views
Expressed In Guild Hall Speech.
Pleased at Result of Remarks.
London, June 10. Colonel .Theo
doie Itoosevelt and the members of
his family sailed for homo today
from Southampton on tho liner Au
gusta Vlctoila. They were accompa
nied to the dock by a host of friends
and an immense crowd "of sightseers.
Mr. Roosevelt's last day In Eng
land was shrouded In mystery. Tho
reporteis acceded to his request
thnt they should not pursue him,
and beyond the fact that ho
spent many houis in tho Now forest,
which, by tho way, has been pre
served as a foieat for moio than 800
years, little Is known of his doings.
According to ono vorslon. Mr.
Roosevelt, In a talk with Foreign
Minister Grey concerning his ap
proaching departure, oxpressed a
wish to tramp tho English country
side, which Is now in its fullest beau
ty, and to hear English sougblids In
full choiu Sir Edwaid Grey, who
Is a keen ornithologist and who Is
otheivtlso equipped for companion
bhlp with a sportsman, Immediately
offered himself as Mr. Roosovelt's
companion and guide in tho Now
Forest, where wild life can be ob
served to the fullest. The pair took
a train from Loudon and alighted .at
the northern boundary of tho forest.
They walked for many hours in its
wildest recesses. "The weather waa
Ideal. Thoy stayed nt a country Inn.
Another version is that they spent
the night In the woods, identifying
'tho voices of nocturnal birds and
awaiting the outburst of song which
accompanies tho dawn.
During three weeks Mr, Roosevelt
has received some 300 lettors, a ma
jority of t) em since his Guild hall
speech. Some of these were iraniciy,
but politely, dissentient, and Home
were roundly abusive. Most, how
over, woio appreciative, and as many
of them came from prominent per
sons, Mr. Roosevelt was much grati
fied. In addition to these letters
thero wero tho usual requests for au
tographs and photographs, protests
and pleadings against slaying wild
untnxala aad numAnuu ntboc tonlca
An Era of Good Feeling.
My heart's so full of love today
Tor all my fellow men
I'd Eludly knock uornoLinciy down
To help hi in up again
Detroit Free iTjif.
Mr. Joseph Hallow- of Lancaster was
a visitor In Mt. Vernon on Friday.
Geneinl Jacob S. Coxey of Masslllon
wiib a visitor In Mt. Vernon on Friday.
Mr. Floyd Sears Is confined to his
home in Spaita by a severe uttnek ol
Mr. Lawrence Mitchell went to Ak
ron Friday morning to spend several
days, the guest of friends
Ilov. and Mrs. A. 11. Wllllums of
Noith Pnrk street went to Howard
Friday morning to spend the day.
Mr. Thomas Phillips of Marengo
hpent Friday in Sparta attending to
some business matters.
Hev. and Mrs. L. O. Newcomer of
East Vine street went to Howard Fri
day morning to spend the day.
Miss Margaret Doollttlo of Bryn
Mawr, Pa , has arrived homo in Gam
bler to spend tho summer.
Mr. Marker Lybarger went to Dan
ville Friday morning to spend the day
Mrs. J. P. Shrontz of MartlnBburg
spent Friday in Mt. Vornon the guest
Judge C. E. Critchfleld of East High
street went to Newark Friday noon to
attend to some matters of business.
Mrs. Chaucey Wright of "West Vino
street went to Akron Friday morning
to spend several days with Mrs. J. S.
Mrs. Dell Mitchell is confined to her
homo in Spartn by a severe attack of
Miss Alice Shaw of Mt. "Vernon is as
sisting for several days at the Gam
bler telephone exchange.
Dr. W. S. Deely returned today from
Toledo where ho has been attending
the Northern Ohio Dental Conference.
Mr. Willis P. Crecden of Zanes
vllle was in tho city Tuesday even-
lug to attend tho wedding of his sis-ter-ln-lavv,
Miss Carolyn McFaddeu to
M. Iloyd Smith.
Miss Evn Mclntlre of Nortli McArth
ur street left Friday evening for a
severnl weeks' trip through Indiana
and Illinois, during which time sho
will visit relntlves and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllber B. Tisher and
Mrs. William C. Sapp are mbvng in
to ono of tho Arnold flats over Scrlb
ner's drug store nnd will resldo theio
until their now home on North Main
street is completed.
Mrs. Will J. Russell, son William,
Jr., of Topeka, Kas , and daughtoi,
Mrs. C. V. Ellis of Kansas City, will
arrive this ovenlng to attend tho iuner-
nl of Mrs. Maria Russell.
Miss Mary Schaad of Columbus and
Miss Olllo Carlisle of Gnmbler spent
Thursday in Mt. Vernon, tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bercton of
North Gay street.
FARMERS Don't forgot that wo
give thirty-seven pounds of Tl)e Pride
of tho Valley Flour and ten pounds of
bran for ovcry sixty pounds of good
wheat. The Pride of tho Valley is
tho best high grade flour anywhere.
Come and glvo us a trial and bo con
vinced. Drown Milling Co., Howard,
' MrH. Chas. Tilton and son, Master
Neil, of Adams Mills, Ohio are tho
guests of their aunt, Mrs. Pence of
North Main street.
Llttlo Mnrgaret Pearl cordially In-1
vltes all tho young mon of Mt. Vor-1
non and vicinity to call on her at
Parr's shoo storo. ,
Mrs, Laura L. Jlaquo returned to her I
homo in Cleveland Tilday morning ni
ter a several days' visit with her
daughtoi, Mrs. Charles E. Harris of
Is Still Going On
And we offer you this great opportunity to secure the finest makes of
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings
GOODS FOR MEN AND BOYS AT LESS THAN PRICES OF INFERIOR
We are SACRIFICING OUR PROFITS, BUT WE ARE BOUND TO RE
DUCE THIS IMMENSE STOCK
Here are Suit and Overcoat values we are offering:
$10 Suit or Overcoat for S 6.75
$12 Suit or Overcoat for ? - S 8.75
$15 Suit or Overcoat for j S 1 0.75
$16.50 Suit or Overcoat for S i 1 .85
$18. Suit or Overcoat for .". . SI 2.85
$20 Suit or Overcoat, including those of Hart Schaffner & Marx
make S 14.75
$22.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat -. $ 1 6.50
$25.00 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat S J 8.25
on ail Sfnt Pants, Boy's and
Children's Syits and Overcoats
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hats and Furnishings
OUR MOTTO Your money's worth or your money back.
I iimiib lgHHumm a hi ii i i ii inn 'iiw i i i imw i i mw wi iiii i iwiinmw
Corner Main and
Mt. Vernon,, Ohio
I. ROSENTHALL, Prop.