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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 191K
DICK IS IN RAGE
His His Eye Glued on Old Seal
In Lower House.
Columbus, O., April 18. Former
United States Senator Charles Dick
Is to seek the Republican nomination
for congress In tho Nineteenth, dis
trict, necoiding to word given out
lior by Former Adjutant (ienoial
Crlcrhr.cld, his close friend, (ieneral
Dick lives In Akruu and represented
the district In congress for several
terms before his election to the sen
ate. Among his opponents for tho
nomination this year will he Former
State Representative Warren B.
Thomas of Trumbull county.
C. M. Hrumbaugh, deputy slate su
perintendent of Insurance, announced
be again would seek the Democratic
nomination for congress In this (the
As candidate for tho Tenth district
Republican nomination, Former State
Senator Daniel Webster Williams of
Jackson has announced himself. HU
opponent will bo the present con
gressman, It. M. Swltzor of Gnlllpolls.
Refuse to Be Instructed.
Moxlco City, April 18. Tho Mexi
can government refutics to recognize
the right of tho American govern
ment to Instruct It on Its duties in
Its observance of international law.
Tills declaration Is made In a state
ment by the Mexican minlsor of for
eign affairs, Manuel Coloro, In n reply
made to the demand of Assistant Sec
retary of State Wilson.
Cleveland Editor Dies.
Cleveland, O., April 18. 15. F. Dow
er, for many years n publisher hero,
nnd until recently editor and general
manager of the Cleveland News, dlod
from n complication of diseases,
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO Cattle: Receipts, 17,000
hend; beeves, $5 C0JJ8 75; Toxnfl
leers, $4 7500 10; western steers,
$S C0M7 10; stackers and feeders.
34 r.OftC 05; cmvw and heifers, $2 05
W7 DO: calves. $15 005J8 00. Hogs
Receipts, 23.000 head; light, .$7 55j
S 00; mixed, $7 G0i?8 07V-; heavy,
$7 70fl8 10; rough, $7 70fl? 80; pigs,
?'i 00(?t7 .'15. Sheep nnd laml)s
tecelpts, 18,000 bend; native sheep,
S :'.G5jG 10; v, ostein. $1 50U 35;
native lambs, $5 G0fp7 85; wostom,
SO ar.fpS l!0; yearlings, $5 !I07 10.
Wheat-No, 2 red. $1 10(fj) 12.
Corn- No. ;t, 77lJ(fp73'.c. Oats--No.
2 white, 58!58M.c.
EAST BUFFALO Cal Me- Receipts,
3 cars; export cattle, $7 U5fi8 25;
napping steers, 57 50; heifers, SI 50
0)0 50, lul cows, 3 2115 50: bulls,
J4 OOdci: 00; butcher cattle, $5 75(ii)
7 00; iiilllinr and springers. $25 00(H)
f.u 00; calves, $8 OOfoS 50. Hogs
Recolpts, 10 cars: lieavles, $S IDfi)
8 45: niedlums, $8 :!"CT'K 10; Yorkeitt.
S8 255J-S :!5; pigs, $7 00f)7 25; roughs,
$7 2.rffj7 40; stags, $5 50(T(ii 50 Slump
and Lamps Receipts, 27 ears; yo:ir
lings. $0 25fi)i; 50; wothem, $5 75fD
e, 01): mixed sheep, $5 2fWP 50; ewe.
5 OOi&T. 25; lambs. $5 507 25;
wools, $7 001TS 50.
"PITTSBURG CattUc Receipts,
light; choice caltle. JS 01) Tf 8 10;
prime, $7 50(&'7 00; lld butcliurH,
;i; 75(?r7 25. heifers, $4 00(17 00;
cown, J2 "."iffli 00; hulls, $4 0(li)li 50;
in-Hb cows, $2." OOlfpliO 00; calves,
J5 r.0H;7 75, IIogs--Heoolpts, llghl;
hauvy hogs, mediums and heavy
Yoikeis, ?S 25fth ,,0; light Yorkers,
$7 75T.8 10; pigs, $11 7.'(T('7 25 Sheep
Dtid LamliH- Receipts, llghl; prime
wethers. $5 ;!0f5 .",0; good mixed,
45 U0'j5 -" fair mixed, fl liilln. mi
lambs. t (M)7.00, sjulng lambs,
$8 00(ni 12 00. '
CINCINNATI Caltle- Hereipls,
B78 head. steers, $t 50W7 M); holf
en, $"' r.OwrT 00- cows, $2 00115 S"i;
calves, f,; MlKj'7 r.n. How Receipts,
fl.OC'! head, packeis, 8 OOtff'K 20;
oiwiiiikiii sows, V 2."T()7 10: pigs and
lights, J.". OOfj'7 50; stags, $4 50Wti 00.
Bberp and IjiiiiIh Receipts, U(i
licud; sheep, $' .'lUifi'fi 25; lambs, $5 50
&7 25; spring lambs, $10 QOtifiU 00.
"Vhcut No, 2 red, $1 I2WI 11. Corn
No. 2 mixed, 8lfSr!i Oats No., 2
mixed, ."i!i(.i(H;0c Ryo No, 2, !i3'ef
CLEVELAND Cattle: Receipts,
150 he.iil, choice fal steers, li 75f((
7 B0; fair steers, $5 ::5fjt; 00; helferi,
S3 ItiSvT, 25 rat hull, $5 imfrf. 25.
fat cows, II 50c5 00; milkers and
prlnern, 120 OOft'fiO 00; calves, $7 85
CM 00. Hogs-Receipts, 1,700 head;
mediums, IS 20; Yorkers, $8 15ij
K 2t: pigs. 0 75; roughs, 7 00; slags,
J On, Sheeii and Lambs Reeulpts,
3.500 bead; choice cIIiiimmI lambs.
TOLEDO Who.it, II IIH; corn.
404c; outs, OO'.ic; clovursced, J I J 00.
REPLIES TO ATTACK
Delegate Anderson Score Dayton
Lawyer Before Convention,
Columbus, 0 A pi II 18. Cbargus
that Attorney .lohn A. MoMahon of
Bayton uu lust Frlduy Indulged In
"fal to mo piulse" of the supremo
art for the dnllbnrutv purposo of
wlnnlnt bin c;is4 licfoie that court,
d that ho violated, a long-establish-ri
court rule, vveie made on tho floor
of the constitutional convention by
XMrgato D. F. Anderson of Mahoning
The Anderson statements woie
madfi under the speclul privileges of
delegutes iud were In reply to the
MoMahon Hpeech lefore the supromo
court, since In that sikiocIi Mr, An
derson himself was the object of
terbal attack for hie previous criti
cism of tho supremo couit v. hen the
convention was discussing Judicial
reform. The Anderson speech was
followed by u speech from Delegate
llulfhlll of Allen county In defense
of Mr. Mc.Mahon.
How It Began.
Adam she fd now mark, yt men!
Rve never had one stitch till then
And wives liave hnd from that day down
t To "reed tbe brutej' to set a soivn.
Eggs 22c; butter 30c.
Arch supports? Stokes, chiropodist.
Clougb for sowing machines. tf
Mr. Leonard 11. Kelley was a visit
or In Columbus this afternoon.
I'rosecullng Attornoy U T. Crom
ley was In Gambler Thursday morn
ing on business.
The V. R. C. Ladles will hold n
penny social In tho O. A. II. hall Fri
day evening. The public Is Invited.
Dr. and Mrs. W. U. Shrontz of Mar
tinnburg were visitors In tho city ov
Mr. I. M. Wolvorton went to Colum
bus today to remain several days on
The Quullty and prices of our teas
nnd coffees will please you. Tie 1'op
pletou Oroeory Co., 2.'l K. (Inmblor
Mr. W. C. Rockwell went to Coluin
bus Thursday morning to make a
short business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Howden of Ak
ron are the guests of Mrs. Samuel Lu
ferro on tho Now Onmblcr road.
Cut rates on all watch repairing.
Main spring 75c; cleaning 75c; crys
tals 15c; Jewels, 25c to 7Gc. Work
guaranteed 1 year. Owens, corner
Main and Onmblor streets up stairs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Kwnlt returned
last night from a sojourn of several
mouths in Florida.
Councilman John Weavor 1b tier
lously 111 with appendlcltlts at his
home on ICasl High street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwarl Bartlott went
to Columbus Thursday morning to
spend tho dny with rolatlves.
Ralph Klpp went to Alt. Vernon
this morning to spend a few dnya
with relatives and friends Mansfield
Mrs. C. .1. Rosobault of New York
City arrived this artornoon to vIbR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Rlugwalt,
North Main street,
Arnold Illldrotli, who worked In
Ml. Vermin tho past winter, nnd who
Joined the Zanenvlllo team this
spring, has been sold to the Allianco
Ilartliolo Lodge, I. O. O. F. of De
mocracy will celohrato the 93rd anni
versary of tho foundation of the order
on April 20, at tho Baptist church In
that place. All members aro request
ed to meet at the lodge rooms at 7
o'clock on that evening. Music and
speaking will bo part (if tlw program.
Of Two Lovers Broken Up
At Riverside Park
True love will smile at Jeers and
laughter of street urchins and true
lovers will exchange kisses on West
High stive!, In Riverside park or
any other place, but when a garden
hose is brought Into action and in
turned upon a foolish young pair, the
young man will rise in wrath and pur
sue the disturber of his bliss all over
the west end oi town,
The above slated facts woio proven
on Tuesday evening when a young
man met Ills host girl on tho Public
Square and escorted her home, doing
down West High street tho two were
very playful and tickled and poked
each other lu the side. When the I).
tt. (). railroad was reached a big kiss
was exchanged right lu bioad day
light. The foolish actions were con
tinued until the park was reached and
here n bench received the pair who
Immediately fell to "spooning" at a
great rate. Of course a largo crowd
of boys assembled to Jeer and laugh
ut the unmindful young people but
were unable to gel a demonstration
from either of the two. At this point
a young lad with an original turn
of mind slipped Into a neighboring
back yard and secured a garden hose
which was 'lUnched to a hydrant.
Soon a stream of water was playing
upon the h'juch and all over the lov
ers. The chase that followed was an
exciting one and covered a route over
a considerable portion of the west
end hut was unsuccessful owing tn
the spryness of the offender. Need
less to say the party was brokmi up.
BANNER WANT ADS PAY.
Open For Business Again
Who Were Successful
The following Is the result of the
last teachers' examination held In Ml.
Temporary, elementnry Kulnlla Hy
att, Mao l'ealer.
Temporary, high school C. V. Mel
cair. One year, elementary Dwlght Al
len, I. eland Hrlcker, Leioy Chrlsmnn,
Cnry Cotrell, F. H. Fidler, Cloyso
Hays, Russel Stall, H. C. Way, .1. L.
Wolfe, llattle Raker, Klla Ulack, Ed
tin Daniels, Kthol Edmnn, Edith Har
din. MiibsIo Hyatt, Grace Irvine, Flor
ence KInnnrd, Opal Mercer. Ruth
Mitchell, Velum Phillips, Ethel Snow,
Vernu Salisbury, Mary Wilson.
Two yenrs, elementnry Robert
Cochran, M. N. Ross, Mary
Hone, Jessie Uone, Nettle Simmons,
Ethel Shrlmplln, Llllle Stnmm.
Special elementary primary, two
years Earlono Milnchart.
Tin oe years Gertrude .lames.
Special, music, two years Mildred
! j j ! i j ! jt j
! A A A ? T A
Helen, tho four-year-old daughter
of Mr. und Mrs. Frank Jnslnskl died
at tho homo, of her parents at East
Pleasant street Wednesday evening
at 8: 15 o'clock nfter an illness of
only one day caused by dlptherla, Re
mains will be taken to Cleveland Fri
day morning at 2:25 o'clock over the
Pennsylvania Linns. Tho funeral and
Interment at Cleveland.
Mrs. Abraham Bartlett
Mrs. Abraham Ilartlett died at her
homo in Danville Thursday morning
at 1 o'clock after an Illness of one
in on t li caused by n complication of
discuses. She was CI years of ago
at the time of her death und Is sur
vived by her husband and four sons,
Curios Ilartlett of llurfalo, N. V., Fred
erlck Ilartlett of Orrvllle, Jain.-js Ilart
lett of New York and John Ilartlett
of Danville. The funeral at the M. 10.
church In Danville Satuiday after
noon at 2:;t0 o'clock, Rev, II, A.
Shook olllciatlng. Interment In thr
Mrs. Ruth McCreary
Mis. Ruth McCreary died at Ihc
home of her son, A. C, McCreary,
near Waterford Thursday morning nt
I o'clock after an Illness of sovernl
weeks' duration caused by a compli
cation of diseases incident to old ago.
She Was a widow, III years of ago nt
tho time of her death, and Is surviv
ed by one 3011. The funeral at th
North Fork Haptlst Church Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clocki Interment in
tlie North Fork cemetery.
Of lilt, Vernon Man Went
Down With The Titanic
Charles Burgess, one of the mem
bers of the Ill-fated crow of the Ti
tanic, which sank off tho const of
New Foundland, was a nephew of
Mrs. John Brlnlnn of this city. Bur
gess' home was near Southampton,
England, and he was a baker in the
cullnniy department of the vessel,
Voice of Experience.
"Your wife seems to be very angry,"
"What's the trouble?"
"I didn't liiijulre. That only makes
words." Detroit Free Press.
A uoblf nature can 11)0110 attract tho
noble and alone knows how to retain
The Superior Sex.
It was In a local lunch emporium.
"Look at that girl eating lee cream
nnd fancy picklcV giowlod the man.
"Thnl'x flie wny women order. Walt
er, bring me some cuvlar and charlotte
rnsM'." LtmiM'llle ('ourler-.lnurnnl.
Mt. Vernon, O.
Baliooning As A Novel Rest
Springfield' Mass., April IS Aerial
voyaging nsthe next popular form
of rest Is lidvocated by .Mrs, Mabel
Loomls Todd, 'of Amherst, Mass.
"The sensation of ballooning," do
clared Mrs. Todd, "Ib tho most fas
cinating I o'er experienced nnd nb
She described her first ascent In
"Tlv Hoston'' In Amherst, when, with
her husband, Professor Todd, of Am
herst College; and the pilot, sho made
the ascent. 'When tho ropes were
cut we roso' higher and higher with
out the consciousness of motion. Af
ter I had gotten over my fright and
opened my eyes I was careful to look
out Into space with tho" peculinr ex
perience of -an evor-wldonlng horizon.
When wo had reached a height of
5,400 foot the horizon measured nine
ty feet across,
"It wus most weird to see the
earth apparently moving while we
were at rest.'! learned that togoWest
toward the Pacific ocean we must
seek the upper air current, the wost
ward current being higher than tho
the lower, which took us eastward to
ward tho Atlantic, so that wo chang
ed our course by passing from one
current to the other.
Of Mystery Is Found After
Denver, April IS--"There Is a man
ol mystery who saved my llfo ilfteen
years ago. I have never laid eyes on
him to tlinnk'lili'i for Ills daring und
bravery, and 1 can't wult until I get
out of this Jury box to put my arma
around him und tell him what I think
of him," aid Patrick McAndrews, a
Juryman on the present panel of the
federal court,1 when Gideon Burton, of
l.ongniont, took tho stnnd to take the
oath to testify In tho case of the gov
orunient against 1I10 Colorado Con
tract Investment Company.
McAndrews and Ilurton were resi
dents of tho Western Slope Ilfteen
years ngo, uid tho former was ser
iously Injured during a cold winter.
Ilurton, who did not know McAn
drews at that time, was near and
rushed to his 'aid. He carried him
twelve miles nt breakneck speed In
his sled to a doctor and saved his
It look .M"Aii'JriiwH months to re
cover, and whon he was well ho
sought the man who saved him.
Mule Chews Row Of Piano
New Orleans, April 18 "Mule ato
piano shipped, Sond another next
Tills message was rccolved by u
local piano house fromanup-the-rlver
purchaser wlihso $500 Instrument had
been forwaided via Mississippi Riv
er steamboat In Its usual pine box.
the piano win' installed on the lower
deck next to a lazy, sleepy looking
mule hound tor the cotton llelds of
the upper bends.
Although provided with plenty of
oats 'ind hay, the mule ripped off a
portion of tlie outer box, disposed of
six octaves of black and white knys
and ran the chromatic scale up to G
In tho treble clef. He gnawed away
the mahogany- panels In front, inns
United felt dampers and hammers by
tho dozens and completely wrocked
till melodious insldes of the Instru
ment. "Steamboat Hill," stoking a holler
twenty feet nwuy, said the mule muHt
have had his fool "on the soft pednl,"
us ho did not hear n note.
When discovered the animal was
unconcernedly gavlug longingly
ncrotis the river at a grass-covered
Small (Slrlenturtiiiulng her mother's
culler) How Is your little girl?
Cnller 1 am sorry to say, my deiu
that I haven't tiny little girl.
Sm, ill Girl hil'tur a painful pause lu
ouvciKiitioiD-PlIow Is your little boy?
Culler .My dear, I haven't uny llttlt
boy. either ,.
small tJlrlpWImt lire yours?-St
Louis Poat DWtmlcU.
Curtains and Draperies
We have just received and placed in stock some beautiful new curtains,
nets and scrims that surpass anything we have ever shown before. A selection
which we feel will please the most exacting.( You will do yourself an injust
ice if you buy before seeing them.
A plain, wide hem, .scrim curtain with narrow lace eriijiiitf comes in ecru
only; per pair $3.00
Other beautiful eream and ecru scrim curtains, with wide insertion and
edging of antique or cluny lace from, per pair . $3.00 to $7.00
An extraordinary showing of net curtains in cable net, brussels net,
cluny and renaissance styles. They may be had in white or ecru in a great var
iety of elegant designs from, per pair. . '. $2.00 to $8.00
The. ever popular Nottingham curtains we arc showing in splendid as
sortment of attractive designs in white or ecru from, per pair. . .$1.00 to $6.00
We have a very good selection of 3(5 in. printed scrims in all the differ
ent color effects. They are double faced; yours, per yard 25c to 40c
Oiirtain nets have been selling unusually well this spring. "We have a,
big assortment in all kinds of ordinary and novelty nets both white and ccni :
from, per yard - 15c to 65c
Perhaps you wish to buy the scrim and make the curtains yourself. We
are showing plain, barred and hemstitched scrims in white and ecru from, per
yard 25c to 45c
Edging for same ut, per yard 3c and 5c
Our sale of new spring suits
at 25 off is making our suit de
partment a busy section.
A Golden Opportunity
To buy the season's best Men's, Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Cloth
ing. An opportunity the preciousness of which was never placed before the
Knox county people before.
25 IVIore Cases New
and thrown on our bargain counters at the mercy of the public, making our sale
just as good now as when it started. If you have not been to the sale yet,
A WE WANT YOU WE EXPECT YOU
ir0 pairs Oxfords, Queen thoy last $10.50 2."c Fancy Hose 18c
? Quality, .lulla Murlow, Mayllow- 50 Hoys' suits 98cx Silk Hoso ...,25c
er and nil line makes, while they $2 and $:i boys suits $1.48 Mc Suspenders 14c
last 50c $3.50 'boys' suits $2.48 Rod, blue and white handker-
0 HOD pairs ladles' Nu-Huck ?.r.00 boys' suits $3.69 chiefs 3c
A boots, $4.00 value, now. . .$28.85 Hoys' pants 19c Towels 4c, 5c and 7c
a Canvas Hoots $1.85 fit) eont pants, 29c 97 Men's nnd ladles' raincoats,
5 Ladles' white pumps. ..$1.39 7fi cent mints 39c while they last $2.75
2!0 pairs children's tan, black, $1.00 pants 59c
9 button kid, patent, while they Men's pnnts, $1 value.. ..65c
9 last ,55c $i.ro pants 98c Men's and Ladies'
MO pairs girls' shoes,, -...98c $2.00 pants $1.48
a ?2.r.o boys' shoes $1.48 $3.00 pants $1.98 unaerwear
a $2.00 men's shoes $1.39 The best TiOc work shirts on 3fio value8 18c
2 W0 am' $4.00 men's shoes earth, now 29c 50c values .'. .....32c
and oxfords... , $2.48 75c shirts, now 39c 7r,c vniues !"!39c
One big lot' $3.00 boys' ox- $1.00 shirts 59c ,-j0c corsct COvers !.18c
0 rords for $1.48 Negligee silk, shirts, worth up r0 nno tnored BjtlrtB. $3 and
s 500 pairs ladles' snmplo ox- to $2.50, now $1.25 $4 values, while they last. .$1.98
rords, $3.00 to $4.00 vnluo, One lot of 50c blue shirts, j5 00 am, jfi 00 Wrt8ii $248
now ,-..$1.98 while they last 23c Ladles' waists of all kind
50 pairs Nu-Huuk pumps, $2.39 Hoys' line shirts 29c from 50c up.
,200 pair girls' shoes and ox- 50c caps 29c Ladles' silk coats, worth '$18
0 fords, while they last 98c 7fic caps 47c and $20, while thoy last. . .$8.47
W Ladles' fine light .summer
9 conts, $10 and $12 values.. $4.45
Suits Men's, Ladies' and Chil- 25 children's coats, an
$ . . , . . colors $1.95
One- ot mens no assortod i.dic. XTnoinvw
BUlts at $4.85 dren S Hosiery 2&0 Indies and , children's
One lot $15,00 "suits, some of 10c Fancy Hose 4c trimmed hats 50c to $2.48
0 the best makes In America. $8.85 12o l-nncy Hobo 6c One big lot of children's hats,
Ono lot of $18.00 suits, while I Be Fancy Hose 8c while they last 69c
Torner High and Mulbcrry Streets,
New Arrivals In
Our spring and summer mil
linery stock is complete in every
detail; suitable headwear for all
occasions at lowest prices.
Just Opened 2
Mt. Vernon, O.
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