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FRIDAY APRIL 6, 19t2.
THE DEMOOBATIO BANNER.
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This is the biff import
ant thing in all prcscrip- :
tions. You find it at :
wc nave one 01 tne
largest lines of quality
Drug Sundries in the
We are experts in
and handlo trusses of all
Sign Big Hand
205 S. Main St.
UtUttHiA Jh Mm. M
WnvtwWire Fenei r-mt be 90
heavy, as Ihey hare to turn anm
the ihocr treogUl of tbe wire.-
T, at they bare to turn aniirikU by H
We've a great big
s t o c Js. of American
Fence. See us now while
the assortment is com
plete. iogardus &Go.
W. Side Public Square
I si CMCKens
From 90 Eggs
is the title of a booklet
that tells how 51 chicks
from 50 eggs wereN
hatched by a Buckeye
incubator. It tells about
the big profits in the
chicken business, too,
and it's free to you for
Come and get one of
these booklets, and at
the same time let us
show you some Buckeye
incubators in operation.
When you see how
simple and easy they
are to operate you will
want one sure.
They are made in four
sizes and sold as low as
Here you will find ev
erything you want in
Incubator and Poultry
Supplies such as
'Lamps, Burners and
Grit and Shell Boxes
Dry Food Hoppers
Sole Agents for
Prairie State & Buckeye
Incubators and Uni
. 3f Bill VB,
cTnrr.1. jT"iv pfwavw nim 4m rw w rwmw umu & m
. v v l ran r- z? f a
By Frank J. Drouliard Against
Says Defendant Hasn't Spoken
For A Period Of More Than
A ftit. Vernon Man Brings A
Suit In Mansfield
Other items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Frank J. Drouliard lias commoneed
a su(t lor divorce In tlio court of com
ploaa of Knox county against Allco M.
Drouliard. Tlie plaintiff states thoy
wore ninrrled May lb, 18S5, In Pitts
burgh, Pa., and that four children were
born to them.
Tho plaiutlff states that foryscvon
years thcSlefendant has refused to co
habit with him as a "wHo and that for
four years she has- refused to do the
housowork and care for the home. IIo
further alleges that sho has refused to
speak to tho defendant for tho past
four years. Tho allegation is mado
that in August 1910, the defendant left
the plaintiff and has been living at
Glenmont, Millersbuig and Mansftold.
Tho plaintiff asks for a decreo for di
vorce and tho custody of tho mlnoT
children. Columbus: 12 wait repiesents
Mt. Vernon Man Sues
Albert R. Scott of ML Vernon
through his attornoy, William M.
Kqons, has begun suit In Richland
county common pleas court against the
Jefferson Oil and Gas company, W. A.
Konpa, L. M. Gardner,.S. 13. LundyW.,
J. Geer and F. ic. Berry,' for the sum of
Plaintiff says that on Nov. 4, 1907,
in consideration of tho plaintiff hav
ing entered Into a contract in writ
ing with defendant, the Jotferson Oil
and Gas company, to drill a certain
gas or oil well in Jefferson township,
the defendants entered Into and exe
cuted to the plaintiff, their bond and
contract, a copy of which is attacnod
to tho petition. Tho condition of the
bond was that tho defendants agreed
to pay, and guaranteed, tho payment
to tho plaintiff, for the drilling of tho
well on tho Staffer lease.
Plaintiff further says that in pur
suance of tho contract, ho drilled tho
well for the company, and that the
company, having failed to pay for tho
work in accordance with tho terms of
tho contract, ho, on Moy 15, 1908, com
menced an action In tho court of com
mon pleas and that Albort Scott was
plaintiff and tho Jefferson Oil and Gas
company was dofendant and that tho
court rendered Judgment against tho
company in tho sium of ?1,344.98 with
interest. Tho Judgment Is in full forco
and effect, unrovorsed and unsatisfied.
Plaintiff further says tho company
has failed and refused and neglected
to pay tho Judgment and that tho only
payment of credit over made Is a credit
Plaintiff says there is duo from tho
dofendant as a balance due on the
Judgment tho sum of $1,182.34, with
interest thereon, from Dec. 18, 1908.
Plaintiff saya ho has demanded of
the defendants, the payment of the
SAVINGS DEPOSITED ON
OR BEFORE WEDNES
DAY, APRIL 10th, WILL
DRAW INTEREST FROM
APRIL 1st, AT THE
W. Side Public Square
Judgment and tho dcfomlantfl havo fall
od and rofusod to pay any part of it.
Plaintiff says that tho dufondant Is
Insolvent, and all of their vlslblo prop
erty has bcon sold upon execution at
law, to satisfy tho Judgmont, and that
nothing can bo collected from It by
Wuoroforo plaintiff prayn Judgment
against tho defendants abovo named
In the sum tnontlonod, Mansflold
Common Pleas Court
Judgo E. M. Wickham of Dolawaro
arrived In tho city Wednesday after
noon and convened common pleas
court at 1:30 o'clock for tho purpose
of hearing a numbor of matters.
F. V. Owen to Hairy C Houton tOS
ncrcs In Morris, $1G,200.
Alargaret A. Honer to Harrison Roll,
237 acres in Morris, $25,000.
Hnrry Urlggle to Lulu 1$. Condon,
parcels In Mt. Vernon, $1,200.
Emma J. Colo to Nathan Butcher,
part lot 227 Walker's addition to city,
At Sea When Steamer Was
Struck By Typhoon .
Perth, Australia, April 3 One hun
dred and thirty lives havp been lost, it
is feared, in the wreck of the steamer
Koomba during a typhoon. The storm
subsided , today and soon afterward
great quantities of wreckage, Includ
ing the deckhouses, boats and life
rafts, b'eda'n washing upon the beach
near here. Relef tugs have been sent
to search for the survivors.
You will look a good whilo before
you find a better medicine for coughs
anil colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief
it cures. Try It when you have a
cough or cold, and you aro certain to
bo pleasced with tho prompt euro
which !t will effect. Sold by all deal
ers .J. BIRTHS
A daughter was born Monday after
noon io Mr. and Mrs. Casper Quack
who reside on the Granville road.
. , ,
FOR SALE Whito oak and chest
nut posts of all kinds, large and small.
good( corners, second growth. G. F.
IUiah, U. D. 4, Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
To start a Savings Account Is now
being offered you. All deposits made
this month will bear interest from
April 1st. Interest will bo credited
to your account every quarter nt tho
rate of 4 per cont per annum.
We also tako money on Certificate
with Interest paid in cash at tho end
of six months at tho same rate as Sa
Or on demand Certificate which
bears 3 per cent and can be withdrawn
at any timo after one month without
Information gladly given at our of
fice at tho Northwest Corner of Main
and Vine streets, Mt Vornon, Ohio.
Tho Knox Savings & Loan Associa
tion, C. F. Colvillo, Sec'y.
7 NEW HARDWARE STORE
G. U. Smith and Royal Bartlett
have formed a partnership and aro lo
cated on the south-west corner of Mul
berry and Vine streets the room
formerly occupied by Wobor's bakery,
and have n full and complete line of
hardware aiid farm supplies.
Rev. Porch of Columbus spent Sun
day with Jackson Bechtel and family.
Mrs. Leslie West and Mrs. Poland
of Lexington visited with Mr. and Mrs,
S, J. Workman, Sunday.
Mrs. J, R. Boat and daughter,
Blanche, called on. Wilson Kellar and
wife, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Eva Parrott and Miss Anna
Black of Mt. Vornon, spent Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. iWprkmnn.
Mr. and Mrs. William "Brubakor vis
ited with Mr. Jack Burger and wife,
Mrs. Jackson Bechtel and Mrs, Wil
liam Brubakor went to Mansfield Mon
day to attend tho funeral of Mr. Porch.
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Burger went to
Newark Monday noon to soo Mr. Bur
ger's son, Dore, who is reported to
bo very low.
Mr. S. II. Workman arrived from
North Manchester, Ind Monday ov
onlng and is spending a fow days with
bis son, Mr. O, J. Workman and wife.
Mr, Herman Deal of Urlchsvlllo 1b
spending a fow days with his father
Mr, Ezra Beal.
Of Health Boards Over Cities
Does Supreme Court
Upholds Bense Law In Re
gard To Sewage Plants
Board May Compel City To
install Siich Plants
Water Supply' Mist Also Be
The Very Best
The Substance Of The De
cision Of '.The Court
The Dense act .'clothing the state
board of health i'lth power to com
pel municipalities'.' to nurlfv tholr
water supplies by ''the Installation of
sewage disposal and filtration plants
and to prevent tho pollution of tho
streams of the state, was held consti
tutional by tile supreme court of Ohio
Tuesday says the doltimbus Dispatch.
This decision is or far-reaching Im
portance, It .affects eery community
in the state. Tho court worses tho
decision of tho Darke county circuit
court, which held' 'that the act was
unconstitutional and void because of
exempting from its operation the mu
nicipalities of the' Ohio river.
The circuit cour held that this ex
emption deprived tho act of uniform
operation and, hence, renders it class
legislation and thus unconstitutional.
The state contended, that this exemp
tion was necessary West Virginia
and Kentucky havo Jurisdiction over
tho river to the Oliio shore.
The syllabus of the supreme court,
in tho Ueclsion holding the act to bo
sound, bays: "Thertnct.pf the general
assembly passed ApyllJj, 190S, entitled
nn act to nutiioiize the state board of
health to require purification of sew,
nge and public water supplies and.
protect hti'eams against pollution, Is
u valid and constitutional exercise of
tho police power of the state," The
opinion of the court wns written by
Judgo Maurice II. Donahue. It is a
The question of tho conbtitutional
Ity of the law was raised by tho city
of Greenville, Darke county, when It
sought to prevent the state board
from compelling It to Install plants
to purify Its sowago and water. The
common pleas court uphold the act,
and tho city carried tho cbbo to the
circuit court, which, as indicated, re
versed tlio lower court and declared
tho law invalid. The case has been
in tho courts nioro than three years.
During its pendency tho board has
boon unable to enforce any of its or
ders. Opinions of the attorney gener
al respecting tho powers of tho board
havo also beeii hold In abeyance.
These opinions will be relensed now
and tho board nil! proceed without
loss of time to call for compliance
with its orders.
Tho decision makes absolutely clear
the powors of tho state board of
health. In matters affecting the pub-
lis health Its orders aro supreme. As
In the casos involving tho constitution
ality of tho women's nine-hour em
ployment law and the workmen's com
pensation net, tho court refused to
hold tho Ben3o act constitutional bo
cause in its scopo it did not includo
everything. Such omissions In laws
are, therefore, in tho Judgment of tho
court, not fatal dofects.
From tho Buckeye State Building
and Lean Company.
1. $200,000 ready to loan on farms.
2. Interest six per cent.
3. Will loan to one half value.
4. Borrowers can repay In whole
or In part at any tlrao.
B. Will make straight loans or
monthly paymont loans.
0. Hankin Bulldfng, 22 West Gny
street, Columbus, Ohio.
Buffalo has mado tho Whito Sox an
offer for "Lena" Blockburno, but if ho
goes out of the big league tho chances
aro that ho will jand with Hugh
Duffy's Milwaukoo team. Blackburno
cost tho Whito Sox $11,000 two years
ago, but has never been able to catch
the stop with tho Comlskoy crow.
To The Author Of "Dixie"
Proposed By Dramatic Club
Play To Be Given And Funds
To Be Raised
For A Suitable Monument
For Daniel D. Emmett
Tho ML Vornon Dramntlt Iub lo
making a dotcmlned fffort o pro
vido a sultnblo monument in thta city
to tho moinory of the late Daniel De
catur ITmmott, tho author of "Dixie"
It Is. tho plan of tlio club to rnlse
approximately the sum of $750 for tho
erection pfa,.handsomo marble shaft
with1 a bronze buBt and It has prac
tically been decided that the -monu-nvmt.wjl
he placed on the ;raBs plot
on tlioj)ubJlc'squar&,lni.Bonio suitable
In order that the people of Mt Ver
non may know what the Dramatic
club Is doing along this line, it might
he well to announce t-bat there Is in
one of the banks of the city the bum
of $20 from a. former fund which as
started for an Dmniett memorial. The
members ,of the club have been as
sured that this will bo turned over to
their fund. There is the sum of V0
In the treasury of tho Mt. Vernon
Dramatic club and a contribution of
$25 ha3 been forwarded to the Dram
atic club by Mr. David Glbhon of
Claveland who is very much Interest
ed in the Emmett memorial
It is the expectation of the chili to
raise, if possible, most of tho money
In the city fo that It can truly be
called a Mt Vornon Emmett Memor
ial. In ordor to further increase the
funds it has bcon determined by tho
Dramatic club to give a play at the
Giand Theatre on the evenings of
Tuesday and Wednesday, April lfi and
17. ' On these dates a three-act com
edy will bo produced, entitled, "A
Scrap of Pepcr." Popular prices will
prevail for this attraction and the
members of the club hope to realize
n neat sum which, will be placed in
the treasury of the Emmett Memoilal
The members of the Mt. Vernon
Dramatic, club realize that a move;
raont was started once .before for the
purpose of raising funds for the elec
tion of a suitable monument , to the
late Daniel Emmett, and which for
some reason was a failure, but the
members of the club have made n de
termined effort to carry out the plan
which they have in view, which means
a handsome monument to the late au
thor of "Dixie."
Anyone interested In the matter or
desiring to offer subscriptions for any
amount should address Tho Mt. Ver
non Dramatic Club.
J J J T tXt J rj At
Sarah Ann Wheeler
Mrs. Sarah Ann Wheeler died at
tho home of her nephew, Mr. Cannon,
at Waterford Tuesday night at about
11 o'clock after a several mouths' ill
ness caubed by a complication of dis
eafs incident to old age. She was
78 years ofv ago at the time of her
death. The funeral at the house Fri
day morning at 10:30 o'clock. Inter
ment In North Fork cometery.
;s ' V-'ti .. '' '' . . i'.'Aa womm m
I mf"'rTSfc r
comes the thought of new Footwear. Our spring models, compris-
t ing the new slope
or. tlio classy mgli
No lady or
, .waster iootwear
-rrt i -W- i
r i ''Ifii'iM' rrnl-"t if a v" C' " Ut&MI&S . .'S''k" V V(k fi ", BM&'
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Destroyed Barn At Utica
Wns Set On Fire
Utica, April 3 Utlca waa again
visited by fire, as Monday night, about
10 o'clock, the barn In the roar of tho
Watson proporty wns practically de-
stroyed together with a couple of -wag
ons and eomo harness. That tho flro
was of incendiary origin was appar
ent, as two horses, which had been
earlier placed In the barn for tho
night, wero found on Main street, and
thoy wore wot from tho rain, showing
that they had been oxpoued tp ,t,bp
weather for somo time, having,, evi
dently been released before the'flio
was started The loss is about $Ipp
i'"'"" i-u.kjc'u ujr insurance, mere
is no clue as to the perpetrators of
tho act, Tho barn was part of whatils
known as the old 'laundry and was
Just In tho rear of th'o Davenport ho
tel and naar Knoth IJrotr.-jrs' restaur
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; Every Item mentioned..hcre is ..
; a llvo wire. Thlng3 you want ,.
S now at prices you like jto.pay.i
; See them. . , .
: i ii-
Glassware ' "
. Cut star sherberts with.stem.,,,
: each . -10c,,'
Plain and fluted sherberta,
; each ...,, pC
S Soda Tumblers, each...., 5c-
S Plain Tumblers for family ufet,'!
per dozen ; . . .'306
; Heavy Tumblers, gold depor-
ated, per set 29c
t 7-pieco Berry Set, complete" '
; Easter novelty plates, each
at 10c '
; 10-piece cooking set In brown-
J and white ware qpnsita.ofvG In- .
j dividual ramlkins, 1 coveredoas-
; serole, 1 pudding dish, 1 mlnc-
ing bowl and I asbestos mat,
S special for 'set .,.98c.,
Milk Jugs special (at each . . , Pc-y ..
S Teapots (2 pt. size), in. brown. .
j and yellow mottled ware,
. each .......'. .'., ":..10c
; , Jardiniers, ivory ware' Ja'r'diri- '
S lers with three brass chains' for '
; hanging .". ..-f&c
J Baby plates each decorated
I with a picture and nursery
; rhyme. Made with rim around
edge so the food cannot be push-
; ed off the plate !.25c
J Bath Room Supplies' '
5 Towel racks, soap dishes,
; sponge holders and other bath
room furnishings in the base
; mont at money saving prices.
J Vaco Bottles
Vaco bottles will keep liquids
cold 72 hrs. or hot 24 hrs. Ef-
flclencyq guaranteed. All sizes,
J priced up from $1
Fancy baskets for all purpos
J es and at all prices from. .10c up
I The A. t. Dpvds
as well as the medium high and broader toes, are
grade materials and workmanship that satisfv.
gentleman should miss looking here for their r
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MT. VERNON, OHIO
Install Officers At A
At a regular meeting of Mt Vornon.
ledgo, No. 140, B. P. O. Elks, held ea
Tuesday ovonlng tho recontly olect
cd offlccrB wero Installed. Tho instal
ling officer was Past Exalted Ituloc
George It Spearman.
Exalted Itulor Joseph M. Conrov iu.
Epolnted the loljowlngj officers.
Esquire Herbert W. Hancock.
Inner Gourd IIV M. Zulandt.
, Chaplain David II, Tuttle.
(i Pianist A. II. Houssler.
Ono candldato was Initiated anrt at.
Lhn rnnnlnotnn nt f,i wn.l ,. ninn....k
i-soclal session was hold.
-Manager McGraw. of the aiantai
ays that ther.o Is no chance for any
If his now men, even the pitchers, to
make tho first-string outfit on tho
team this year.
,. Our (Apr Department
is full of bright new spring mer-
' chandise covering a wide range
of styles, qualities and patterns.
"'it will pay you to visit our third
floor before deciding on the new
; -furnishings for the homo.
' Room Size Rugs in Tapestry
and Body Brussels, Axmlnsters,
Velvets and Wlltnn Velvets, Fi-
bre, Art Squares, Matting, Smyr-
na, and Crex Grass rugs In all
sizes and all makes. Room sizo
rugs from $3.75 to $60.00
Tho carpet section Includes in
grains, Axmlnsters, tapestry and
body Brussels, velvets, Royal
Wiltons, and our new cut-to-order
department giving you as
t large a selection as you would
. find In any of Uio big stores of
the country. There are prices
' to suit nearly everyone. Per
yard v... 25c to $5.03
Other Floor Covering
, China, Japan and Fibre Mat
tings, Floor Oil Cloth, Inlaid and
, surface linoleums and imitation.
t bard wood floor filler.
The Curtain Section
contains everything in Lace,
Muslin, Net, Scrim and Swiss
- Curtains. Per pair . .25c to $15
The Drapery Section
i is showing Curtain Swiss, Silk
ollncs, Cretonnes, Scrims, Nets.
Madras, Etamines, Taplstrlos,
Armures, Drapery Silks, Por
tieres and Couch Covers In a
large assortment of pleasing pat
Other Household Necessities
Window shades, Curtain poles,
and drapery fixtures ,Shirt Waist
boxes and Cedar Chests, Carpet
Sweepers and Vacuum Cleaners.
Dry Goods (o.
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