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THE , DlMOfcATIO BAH!.
FRIDAY, MARCH 91. IMS.
ount viBjroir. omoil.
FRANK HARPER, Miter.
N. I MONUMBNT MOAME
Bitere4 at the Wt Veraoii, 0.. poetaf
flo as second clean mall matter.
ft gnbscrlntlon Rote tl.Se ser year,
if "j sincu; iu auiuitu,
Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and
' Cards of Thanks, five cents'aer Hae.
The extending; of credit on subscrip
tions to the Banner to the extent per
mitted by the postal law has resulted
unsatisfactorily and caused a treat
deal of contusion The experience dem
onstratcs that an absolutely payment
l.vadvanco system Is essential, and
-with this purpose In view, the Banner
will go onto a cash in advance system
on April 1st. Most of the Banner sub
scribers have been paying la advance
and It In only the comparatively few
who will thus be required to conform
to the advance paying mi ' iatfcscrlb-'
r who are not paid up wilt please
-call at the Banner office before April
1st, nnd arrange their subscriptions,
or send be same by mall.
On that date the names of all who are
wot paid In advance will be dropped
from the mailing list and thereafter
'the rule of advance payment will be
( strictly adhered to.
i Subscribers in arrears caa assist
'I'Yery materially In making the system
easily carried out, by calling at the
Banner ofllce at an early day and ad
justing their accounts or by sending
remittances by mall.
'THE MAYOR'S "RE3IQNATIOIN"
To many pooplo the action of the So
"ciallsta' organization In presenting to
tho city council the resignation from
o)flco of Mayor Perrlne did not come
as a surprise. For some Umo It has
been known that Btralned relation ok
isted between Mayor Perrlne aad
'homo of the' ultra-radical members of
(tho organization, aad an open
'break and completo rupturo had been
predicted by those familiar with the
situation and of tho method that oa
'1st in Ute Socialist party
I'Big Stock Reducing Sale
Made Necessary By The Recent Fl
While the direct water damage caused by the recent heavy rains which flooded the Basement has not been
great it was necessary to remove the entire surplus stock of price goods to the first floor. a v
We bought this duplicate stock when the prices were low intending to hold for a higher market But we
haven't the room now to carry it for the Basement will not be fit to use for .three or four weeks.
Therefore, to close out this surplus quickly, we are going to give you NOW prices not only lower than the
present market warrants but prices that would mean big savings even on the very low market quotations of sev
eral months back. Here are a few items we have ready at this writing. By Saturday we will have the stock
straightened out and there will be many more then.
8c APRON GINGHAMS 5c
Staple blue and black checks that we nave been
selling for 8c per yard 5c
It will pay you to buy these by the bolt:
36-in. Unbleached Muslin, 10c value,
What has occurred In Mt. Vernon is
only a repetition or what happened
under like conditions at Lima, Ohio,
' not long ago, In which city the resig
nation of tho Socialist mayor woh at--xio
presented to council and tho docu
ment was accorded Hlmllar treatment
to that bestowed by tho Mt, Vernon
city council upon Mayor 1'crrlne'a no
, culled rcHlKnatlou a complete Ignor
ing of It.
In tho codo of tho Sociality party Is
a rnlo that n member of Uie party
elected to a public ofllcu anall place In
tlio hands of his party nrKsiuirnlloii
li) it resignation of tho oflice, and the
ori;iuilr.utloii has authority to lie tho
rimtanatlon with the proper authority
at any tlmo tho oindul'it conduct of
tho olllco 1I003 not meet with lis ap
proval. ,Tho wholi) rettlitnatlon tranaartlon
la a bad t til tit;, It rolm un olllclal of
IndlvlilunllHm and personality, dlvortw
an accountability to tlio public for hlH
acts and lodgca It with a small coterie
who are not rcHpoiiiilhle to tho people.
It umucka of tho oligarchy. It la un-
. Jlmm lean, It Is niuasliiK (hat any
.American citizen havlrur pride In bin
taanhood would attach bin iwmo to
wich n document and expect to abide
by the whlma of tboun clothed with
t such power and yet aiibwerahle to no
36-in. Unbleached Muslin, 9c value, per
2,000 yards Bleached Muslim shorts worth 10c
121ac amd 15c; per yard , 8c
36-in. Bleached Muslin, worth lSptr ,. u
yard ...... .. t.-.. 8c.
18-inch Brown Union Crash, worth 10c,
per yard. 7c
16-inch plain white washed Russia Crash; worth
.10c per yard V2c
17-inch Bleached Union Toweling. A favorite
with our1 customers for its sterling absorbent and
wearing qualities. . A special at 10c; now yard 8c
Good all linen brown toweling 10c value, per
yard f . 8c
SHEETING AND PILLOW TUBING
48-inch Pillow Tubing, 25c value, per yard ... 20c
'45-inch Pillow Tubing, 18c value, per yard. .16c
42-inch Pillow Tubing, 16c value, per yard . 14c
42-inch Pillowing Tubing, 14c value yard. . llc
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 30c value, per yard. . .25c
9-4 Half Bleached Sheeting' 30c value, yard . . 25c
,9-4 Brown Sheeting, 26c value, per yard 23c
19CHU0K TOW1LS lie
19x38 in. Figured Huck Towels, hemmed, 19c
value ; lie each
80c SHEETS 69c
81x90 in. bleached sheets worth 80c;
now, each . , . , . i 69c
25c POPUMS 19o TABD
Mercerised cotton Poplins in full color range, 25c
value, piryuu. ..'... i ; j.yc
, - Xtyfl
Big line 12c Pewalee 36 in. wide and standard
Z LADIB6',; MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WIN
2 TEE COATS, worth up to $10.00 now 98c
e These are winter coats that were packed away in
e the basement. There are fifty in the lot ; ladies ', raiss-
e cs' and children's coats in the lot. They got wot but
6 will dry out nicely. Values up to $10.00. They are
e yours for, each 98c
e $8.50 MACKINAW GOATS-$2.98
e These were in the same box. About a dozen in
e all; worth .$8.50; they are yours for, each $2.98
87 SPRING SUITS FOR LADIES AND
e MISSES, MOSTLY BLUES, GO ON SALE TODAY
.$25 to $30 Suits- now, $20.00'
$20 to $22.50 Suits, now $17.50
$17.50 Suits, now $15.00
$15.00 Suits, now $12.50
$12.50 Suits, now $10.00
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GOOD VALUES IN COATS
at $6.50, ,$7.50, $10,00, $12.50, $15,00 and $17.50.
LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS AND WAISTS
AT REDUCED PRICES
Ladies' colored Flannel and Madras tailored
shirts, $1 and $1.50 values , , .69c
Ladies' tailored waists and white and colored
Madras skirts, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 values 98c
OTHER ITEMS REDUCED IN
Ladies' Muslin Gowns at 43c, 69c, 89c, 98c, $1.35
Ladies' long & short muslin skirts 43c, 89c, $1.19
Ladies' muslin drawers open and closed at 13c,
25c, 39c, 89c, 98c.
Children's muslin drawers, somq slightly soiled
at a , 10c, 15c, 19c
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" Children's MualiriG'ownb
Children's' Muslin Skirts. ,....,. .U 25c and 50c
Ladies' White Lingerie and colored;, shirts, $1.00
V&lUuH f m i t t "'k a p OiC
SPECIALLY GOOD VALUES
Wash Petticoats at ,-, ;;;-; 49c and 69c
Black and colored Sateen and Heatherbloom Pet
ticoats at.' u . . . , t 49c, Sfc 9c, $1.39
" Silk Petticoats, black and 'coloreovV$1.96, $238,
W A 451 OR ' . ?
House dresses at . . .$1.00- $1.25, $1.50, $1.98
Children's Wash' Dresses atv. ... .50c, 75c, $1.00
Children's Princess Slips; $1 ahd$li5 value. 49c
Ladies' colored Princess Slips, $1.50, values, ,60c
Ladies' 35c Corset Covers. ?.?,....?., ,25c
" Ladies' and 'Children's Sweaters. Sv. 1 .1-3 off
It will be impossible to do anything with the regular Basement stock for several days bat in a week o; 10days
we will nut on a mammoth sale of china, glassware: and general housefurnishings, cooking uienMls and
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other Basement lines.
Tlio roHlKiiatlou eplbodo lit another
IlustmUun, broimht rii;bt homo to tho
cllltcna or Mt. Vuriion, at (hit Imprac-
tlcubllity of Soclalfaia and jts lackliiR
unlllU:aiiii of Kovcinrnmital ability.
Tho Uuniier Ih not Intcrchtcil ono
whit In any illiicont, row or Hchlum Iu
'tnu rankH of Mt. Vornon HoclallsU. It
U a matter of no inonimit to thw gen-
oral public, either, oxrept an It may
ofToct tlio proiier tuinilalHtraUou of
tho affaln) of tlm pi'tiiclunl offlco of
yMMi.eltT. Thta much.k boWovr. may
iMt: Mayor Vrrlij rlpat when
( iu aaya that In hU o'iBclal''f;apaclty ho
repreoonta all tli ioUcal'partlMsnot
Tlbo Soclalljtt imtty alonKNfi''I!irno
is aimed to no uroiunnuuw iu au
HnlaterlnK the offlco of ma) or and
Iiafl probably tioen nubjfctod'to aa lit
tle imbllc criticism aj most mun who
4 bavo filled tho oltire,
r , No man can ro Intq a public olllco
, and attempt to mopnly awl efficiently J
perform the dutleu ho owes to (ho pub-
, tic blk a aword of JUraocloa I held
aver his head by a body of meu who
, wataln uo official relation. It failed
hi Lima, Ohio, and eiuewhore, and now
' M baa failed in Mt, Vernon., A public
VAcIal la aniwerable to tho tublo and
'' to the public only tkltt is as true av
'i-j'tktt axwipelv To attempt to make him
'V'wwoflBble to a aecret organization, In-
' 'stetd. o(ta(jK)i)le, U repuituaat to
a. tk beat liitereita oCth couuaunlt)
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'Mra. Oharloa Perrln aad on Car) of
AUrow. aw TMtlnK Mrj.,Hrtin'i moth
eVMrs. MargariL I.e"ulW, Oils week.
Mr, Noel nal and Mla Blanche Car-
penter ere married at f, vernon
Mr, Hurl Htull ot Gaabier la vlvltlng
hU parent btjro'for a few dyn.
Mr. Cliff Carpeatar wai a Ml. Ver
nou yldltor Saturday,
MIkh M0UI0 Strieker (a vlaltlng Mr.
aad Mra. 1, O. McKoe for a few dayu
Mr. Calvin Carpenter of Cleveland
la spendlnK a few days hero with
Mr, nnd Mra, H. H. Underwood of
ColumbuH ha'vo ro turned home after
several dayn vIhU hero with Mr. aad
M,ra. Milan Underwood,
Mra. Kdna Proctor pt Columbus la
VialtlnK 'er parenta, Mr. and Mra, John
HUIT HUE WES
The county commlM(oner received
word on, Moaday from Architect Mar
riott of Cetunbua t the eKect that he
would be yaabla to be in the city this
vveek with the revised plans for the
now county. Jill for tke reason that the
l)ana have not yet beea completed,
Tb'e commiaaionera were disappoint
ed as they ejected to place the nocea
tsary advcrtitMnaf ta a tvpapers this
week, so that' work m Ue new Jail
could be commeaced the latter part ot
Atrll. Thlaiwlll delay matters eeyeral
weeks. ' ft '
Ostd of AHlnm.fnt
A deed of aaeigament has been died
In tho probate court of Knox county
by lSdwar4 Bartleti, who conducted a
i;rocery oa the north aide of the pub
lie square. Park B.' Blair has been ap.
poiuted aMltaeerHVla bandiU'tke
sura ot',,M,0W, ,wlth Wrda "Bialr, and
Columbus Kwalt as sureUea The ap-
Frlel and IlartoaiWj Blair. U'U efltl
mated that the grMwry stack la valued
at 13,000. -ft" ' " "
To Construe A WW
Joseph P. U)ubikiia executor ot
John Mowery, hM'eMimeaeed a ault
in tho court of coMaiea. pleas et Khox
county aitalnut Jaeepte' Mo'wery et al.
The ault is brotiadit 'to f coast rtie .the
will of the late Jekva Mower'. The at
torney for the 'pjaitur Is Park B.
Blatr. -' rt
The Mowery Estate ;
Joseph Hlubak,vef Danville kaa
been appointed, adiMalstrator ot Julia
Mowery, giving iea4' -In the suaa pt
8,000 with CharleeM,. Wader,and
0. P. Ilice an sureties. The apprais
ers are Albert McOiurri C.' V. Banbury
and Chartos Wawler, ,, "
Contract Let -JL.h "" . '
, The county baaMiilrileaeatM Uejr
sessloa on MoasW -awarded a.,M
trad io Fred Hunter for '4175 bridge
plaak oa stick at kit, fans la Pleas
ant township at H.W per eae hundred.
Deeds Filed '
O, K. Bostwlck to Alice h Durbln,
parcel In Mt Veraoa, $1.
Royal Bartlett to George H, Jones,
lota 168 and 169 O. P. City of Mt. Ver
non, 14,360. '
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Wanttd, For Salt, c
Rate-re1 e4a per line, eaeh Inetr
tlea. Wx werea to IIm " ""
AVANTKD-By the year, a atarrted
nan experienced in farm vi-ork, Citi
xeua' 2808-1 J.TM. Ulrey.
UUtUUl Jill. O.U tn i, , it t ,
Mrs. Olden of West Uaealaut street
was removed' to her home Thursday
moraias; after having been a patient
for a few" days at the Medical aao
Surgical Baaltartnm. , . ,'
' .wiT4h' - STUMPS
BLATi THI ROOKS
,-wsi ptowvareuaa- rocxa and
:vTeJeai-"a.:eeared from ypur
; wins vynaauM, too cneapiy to
pay yoatoemeaeV" wlth them
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PtAr4T FRUIT, TRKi
Try OymwaHe (ate urine.
aief uee rree.t
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