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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1018
THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER
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FREE TRIP TO
Promised Juvenile Corn
Growers Of County.
To Stimulate An Interest In
District And County Superin
tendents Offer Trip
Will Of Mary Ann Voden Ad
mitted To Probate
Marriage Licenses Issued;
Deeds Filed; Miscellany
At tho meeting of tho district and
county superintendents of schoolB
Wodncsday, It was decided by these
men that they would provide tho nec
essary moans for defraying tho ex
penses of the winner in the corn
growing contest this year for tho trip
Last year some of our boys grew
corn, but no provision was made for
sending our champion on this wonder
ful trip so full of valuable lessons to
any and all who may bo ablo to visit
our national capitol under such fav
How many of our boys will get
busy and show their elders what an
acre of Knox county soil will produce
in tho way of corn? If others will fi
nance a trip, more boys may go. All
who are interested should write their
district or county superintendent for
rules governing tho contest.
All boys and girls interested in
Junior agricultural contests of any
kind are requested to meet at the of
fice of tho county uuperintendent in
Mt. Vernon Saturday, April 22, at 10
a. in. for tho purpose of organizing
for the work.
Admitted to Probate
The will of Mary Ann Voden has
been admitted to probate. It was ox
ecutcd on June 23, 1915, in the pres
ence of Elizabeth Apploton and Mary
By the terms, the testatrix leaves
1200 each to hor cousins, Grace Ann
Curtis, James Curtis, Thomas Curtis,
Sarah Curtis Hardy, Edna Hardy
Challenger, all of Canada, and a like
sum to St. Paul's Episcopal church
of Mt. Vernon. Should there bo a
sufficient sum left after above is paid,
$100 each is to go to Elizabeth D.
Cole, Serena C. Cureton and Mary B.
Ramsey, and $50 to Mrs. Maria Bar
rett Mrs. Maria Barrett and Eliza
beth. D. Colo are given charge of dis
tribution of personal effects.
Charlos Passmore is named as ex-
Charles Passmore, -executor of tho
lestate of Mary Ann Voden, has filed
bond In the sum of $7,000 In a surety
company. Silas Parr, W. It. Hook
wuy and Fred Shutt are appraisers.
In tho proceeding to sell real es
tate in tho ostate of Jane Butler, an
apprnlsonionl of tho land at $750 has
boon roturnod and confirmed.
Marguerite Konnody Flflhor has
filed o limited practitioner's corlM
cato from tho stato medical board.
W. O. Blue, guardian of Ireno Blue,
and others, has filed ft first partial
account, showing rccolpts of $071.55
and disbursements of $35.50.
First and Final
James II. McBrido, administrator ot
Kato McBrido, has fllod a first and
final account showing $1,057 was re
ceived and paid out.
A first partial account has been
filed by C. W. Ealy, guardian of
Olennlco Ealy, showing receipts of
$335.76 and disbursements of $16.50.
Case Heard Thursday
Judgo Park B. Blair on Thursday
hoard tho case of Rlblut vs. Stinor.
Exceptions taken in tho estate of
Mary West is the nature ot the case.
Judge Jewell ot Delaware wlil hold
court Friday, a special case ot u will
contest having been assigned for hear
William B. Soverns to Ella Flohar-
ty, part lot 494, Banning addition, Mt.
A. W. Greer to Eldnor P. Greer, 119
acres in Jefferson, $1.
Ira Atwood to Mao E. Deeley, lot 4,
Delmont addition, Mt Vernon, $1.
J. Philip Brcreton to William A.
Dalrymple, lot 45, H. B. Curtis addi
tion, Mt. Vernon, $1. v
J. E. Grubaugh to Charles Grant,
2 acres in Pike, $400.
John M. Graham to William and
Eva Soverns, lot Hamtramck addi
tion, Mt. Vernon, $1.
T. B. Pattorson to W. Brook Coch
ran, 84 acres in Monroe, $1.
D. B. Kirk, executor, to John M.
Miller, parcel In Mt. Vernon, $1.
John R. Gamble to Volorls Ulery,
parcel In Clinton, $3,800.
L. T. Mendenhall to R. C. Sellers,
78.47 acres In Wayne, $1.
Clinton Rice to Hortenso Joris,
parcel In Clinton, $550.
John Herschler to William Horsch-
ler, parcel In Clinton, $175.
John M. Woollson, sheriff, to Cleve
land II. Lahmon, 42 acres In Pleasant,
Of $100 to Home for Aged Made by
Miss Stella and Mr. Marcus H.
Rosenthal! in Memory of
The W. C. A. held Its regular meet
lug at tho Homo for tho Aged Wed
nesday afternoon. A donation of $100
from Miss Stella Roscntbail and Mr.
Marcus II. Rosenthal!, In memory ot
their mother, was received and tho
trustees wish to express their thanks
and appreciation for UiIb generous
gift. Tho money Is to bo added to
the endowment fund.
The following is a list of articles
much needed in tho home: a rug and
a bureau, a small dippor, a small iron
spoon, a perforated spoon, a new
tractor, dust pan.
The donations for March are as fol
lows: Miss Ash Cottage cheese.
Mr. Swotland One bushel apples.
Mr. Baehr One bedroom suite.
Miss Israel Seven quarts ot fruit,
Mrs. Poppleton One qt. ot cream.
Mrs. Slpe $4.
Miss Stella and Mr. Marcus Rosen
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COMES HERE FROM NEWARK TO
ESTABLISH AN INSURANCE
Swinging Wildly Frightens
West Side Lady
Its Wielder, Sobered Up, Fined
By Mayor Mitchell
The edges of Toric
Lenses do not
show a 8 promi
nently as those of
flat lenses. They
fit In close to your
eyes. You will find
Tories much more
becoming and use
ful. They give you
a wider, clearer
field of vision. You
should know about
Toric Lenses. Let
us explain them.
A lady residing on North Sandusky
street 'phoned to police headquarters
Wednesday night, saying that there
was a drunken man on tho streot near
her house flourishing a pistol. Officer
McEIroy answered the call and placed
John Young under arrest.
Young was held in the city prison
until Thursday morning, when he was
brought before Mayor Mitchell and
entered a plea of guilty to tho charges
of Intoxication and carrying concealed
weapons. Mayor Mitchell sentenced
him to 30 days In Dayton with the
provision that the sentence was not
to be executed so long as Young kept
sober and out of trouble.
Young explained his flourishing of
the revolver by saying that he had
been getting it repaired and, having
Just got It back, had taken it out
to examine it.
John O. Jones, the well-known repre
sentative of tho Midland Mutual Life
Insurance Company, and his family
are moving to Mt. Vernon today,
where Mr. Jones goes to establish an
agency for tho Midland.
Mr. Jones has been connected with
tho Licking county agency of tho Mid
land for the past five years, and no
small part of the success of the Mid
land agency in Licking county Is due
to Mr. Jones' effort.
John O. is u real life insurance man,
knows the business thoroughly and is
a hard worker, and we predict that ho
will mako good in his new location.
He is well known to tho majority of
the people In the northern part of
Licking county, where he has operated
during the past five years, and his
many friends will wish him success In
his work In Knox county. Newark
IN LIMA OF HARRY THOMAS
RAISED PROF. SAUNDERS OF
Found Necessary; Jackson
Loses Portion Of Foot
Mrs. W. L. Saunders of East Ham
tramck street, received a messago
Wednesday from Lima from her hus
band, Professor W. L. .Saunders of the
high school faculty, telling of tho death
of Harry Thomas of Limn. Death was
due to a complication of diseases. Mr.
Thomas, who raised Professor Saun
ders, had been sick but a short time,
Professor Saunders being called to his
bedside about one week ago.
MT. VERNON W. C. T. U.
Frank L. Young
JEWELER & OPTOMETRIST
102 8. Main 8t
Willis Jackson, tho young colored
man who was injured last week at the
Pennsylvania shops by a car wheol
running over his left foot, was forced
to lose a portion of the injured foot
Thursday morning. Tho amputation
was made at tho Mt. Vernon hospital
where Jackson has been since tho ac
cldont. PREPARE FOR COMMUNION
The prayer meeting service at tho
Presbyterian church thlB evening Is
by way ot preparation for the ob
servance of tho communion service
Tho Mt. Vernon W. C. T. U. were en
tertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
J. O. Wood. Opened by singing tho
Crusade hymn. Mrs. Oberholtzer read
tho Scripture lesson and offersd pray
er. Song, "Is Thy Heart Right with
God?" A letter was read from the
county president containing plans for
work. Mrs. Larabeo reported over $11
netted from the food sale. Mrs. Paul
reported a good attendance and much
Interest manifested In the L. T. L. The
Methodist church has been obtained
for a place of meeting. Mrs. Sapp re
ported a meeting of young girls at her
home, and a start u:ade towards or
ganizing a Daisy Circle. The parlia
mentary lesson was on serriatum mo
tions. Mrs. Sapp, evangelistic super
intendent, ably conducted the follow
Song, "How Firm a Foundation."
Prayer and remarks by Mrs. Sapp,
who urged that all should work for
the uplifting of humanity and that
each woman do all in hor power to
help some one to a better life.
Solo, "Make Mo a Channel ot Bless
ing Today" Mrs. Huntsbergor.
Reading. "My Part In World's Evan
gelization" Mrs. Stumph.
Duet, "Pray on O Christian Moth
er" Mrs. Varner and Mrs. Webster.
Recitation, "My Mother's Room"
Reading, "The Cry of the People"
Solo, "Christ Died" Mrs. Blair.
Reading, "What Our Lord Wrote In
tho Duet" Mrs. Roby.
Reading, "Tho Littlo Captive Maid"
Closing son, "Rescue tho Perishing."
Dainty rofioBhments were sorved
during tho social hour.
Thoy can keep legislating all they
want to but it will always toko a day
I to do a day's work.
N Rul?s and fVaperies
,Ouiassortments are complete and juat one look will convince you that this is by far the largest jis
sortmlmfof High Class merchandise ever shown in Mt. Vernon.
Room Size Rugs
9x12 Axminster Bugs
pretty floral or oriental designs, deep soft pile, in many new
color combinations $18.00
9x12 Axminster Rugs
A splendid wearing quality in a big assortment of new designs:
Floral, Oriental or small figures, are fast colors and are spe
cially desireablo for living rooms and parlors, priced.. $22.50
9x12 Axminster Bugs
Extra quality, are made from the best of materials and will
stand the hardest kind of service. The color combinations are
good and the designs are the newest, may be had with or with
out seams at......... $25.00
9x12 Extra Quality Seamless Brussels Bugs
All new designs In real body brussels patterns, many splendid
small figures in tans, browns, greens, blues, old rose, etc., as
well as a big assortment of pleasing floral designs; colors are
fast, and they are well made; priced S16.50
Seamless Wilton Velvet Bugs
All new designs in rich colorings, made from the best of ma
terials, a big assortment of small all-over designs;
priced, 9x12 size $22.50 & 25.00
Seamless Wool and Fiber Bungalow Bugs
Are hero In a large selection of pleasing patterns; they are re
versible, faBt colors and very easy to clean; may be had in most
any color; 9x12 size priced 5.75, 6.50, 8.00 & $9,00
Best Quality Body Brussels Bugs, 9x12 Size
The designs closely resemble the highest priced Wilton Vel
vets, priced at 825.00 & $27.50
9x12 Velvet Bugs
some are seamed, others woven In one piece; good assortment
of now designs, priced at S1&50, SI 5 & 516.50
9x12 Brussels Bugs
Good quality wool face rugs in pretty designs;
Priced at S10.85
9x12 Seamless Brussels Bugs
New patterns, closely woven from good wool yarns, fast col
ors at $14.50
Extra Size Rugs
Nowhere will you find as large an assortment of large size rugs as
here. r And although most dealers have advanced the prices
ours are still being sold at the old price.
11,3x12 Brubsels Rugs $16.50 TO $22.50
11,3x12 Velvet Rugs $22.50 TO $27.50
11,3x12 Axminster Rugs $25.00 TO $32.50
11,3 xl2 French Wilton Rugs $50.00
12x12 Wool and Fiber Rugs S1 1.00
9x12 Brussels Rugs $20.00
9x12 Wool and Fiber Rugs $10.00
11,3x13,6 Brussels Rugs $25.00
11,3x15 Brussels Rugs $27.50
12x15 Wool and Fiber Rugs $14.50
12xl3,G Axminster Rugs S32.50 TO $37.50
12x16 Axminster Rugs $35.00 TO $40.00
wool and Fibre Rugs Size 27x54; browns, tans,
blues, greens, etc. Fast colors, reversible;
Special, each 0 , 79c
New Congoteum Rugs are here
The new waterproof and rotproof rug, lays flat to the floor with
out tacking and are very serviceable and beautiful:
6x9 size Seamless $3.50
9x12 size Seamed $6.0O & $7.50
9x12 size Seamless ". $9.00
All widths are here: 2, 2, 3 and 4 yards wide, in a big assort
ment of designs; bring in the size ot your room; we can fit it
with very little or no waste.
Two yards wide, per square yard 50c & 60c
Two and a half and 3 and 4 yards wide, sq. yd. . . .60c St. 65c
Only the best kind Is found here; made from real cork and Un
seed oil; priced, per sq. yd 90c TO $1.35
ALL LINOLEUMS LAID WITHOUT CHARGE
Small Bugs Seasonably Priced
Axminster Throw Rugs Good heavy quality, pretty designs, special
Good Quality Wilton Ruga 27x54 size, rich colors,
Special, each S2.25
18x36 Smyrna Wool Rugs Are reversible and pretty in colors;
27x54 Wool Face Velvet Rugs Each $1.19
36x72 Axminster Rugs Splendid qualities all kinds of patterns; all
colors, each $3.75
Correct Curtains & Draperies are Here
Correct in price
New Scrim yard goods, with hemstitched bor
ders; comes in white, cream or ecru, special, per
yard 1 2Mc
Good Quality Curtain Scrims, with dainty col
ored borders, at, per yard 1 214c
Pretty Curtain Scrims, with Mexican drawn
work borders, white cream or ecru; priced, per
yard v 1 5c
SPECIAL Imported Scotch Ma
dras, white or ecru, good quality,
made with mercerized yarns, pret
ty designs; 25c quality; yard. . 1 9c
Marquisette and Voll Plain, hemstitched and
drawn work borders; fully mercerized white,
cream or ecru, per yard 25 C
Correct in style
New Filet Nets Cream or ecru 45 to 54 inch
es wide, pretty dots and figures, priced at 25c, 35c,
50c, 65c and 85c
New Scotch Madras Cream or white Import
ed early at the old low prices and we are selling
It the same way; priced at, per yard. .35c TO SI
Scotch Sunfast Madras All colors, mercer
ized finish; very desireable-for portlerres and over
drapes, 36 Inches wide, yd 50c & 65 C
50 Inches wide, per yard SI. 00
New Silkolines A wonderful assortment of
pretty figured silkolines just arrived; all colors,
per yard 15c
New Cretonnes All colors, new patterns;
priced from, per yard 10c TO 50c
Good showing at ,. 25c & 35c
Scrim Curtains 2 yards long, made with
filet lace edge and insertions, cream or ecru; spe
cial, per pair $1.25
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W. L. Bottonfield was a business
visitor in Nowark last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Speer ot Cro
ton spent Sunday with Morgan
Thomas aud family.
Mrs. John Mitchell visited her par
ents in Mt. Vernon the first ot the
Some of tho toads in this locality
have been almost Impassable, but are
D. P. Jennings and family are mov
lng their household goods to Colum
bus whore they will make their future
A. R, Gantt has returned from a
two weeks' business trip to Colorado. ,
Mrs. Scott Jones Is moving to Mt.
Vernon and William Francis aud fam
ily will occupy the house which she
D. K. Chadwick called on his broth
er, Ernest, of Rich Hill, Monday.
Rev. John Ernest Carhart, secretary
to Bishop DuMoulin of Cleveland, Is
spending a few days here, the guest
The mock Republican convention,
arranged by the students of Kenyon
college, will be held Wednesday,
Planned by Y. W. F. M. S. Which
Enjoyed Program Wednesday
The Y. W. F. M. society of tho Gay
stroet M. E. church mot Wednesday
evening, April 5, with Miss Mabel
Wurman In the Banning Hats. Mrs.
Robert Dowds had charge of tho de
votionals. Miss Blanche Long, the
president, conducted tho business ses
sion. Mrs. Clarence Cramer, Miss
Corota Grubb and Mrs. Charles White
wore appointed as a committee for
tho May social to bo hold at tho home
of Miss Long. Tho program hour was
filled by a review ot a very compre
hensive study of tho Moslem World
by Miss Rlcketts of Fredericktown,
who proved herself not only a gcl.
instnictor on this subject, but doUgnU.
fully entertaining as well. Mrs. Ma.
Stevens concluded the program by a.
reading, "Tho House by the Side ot
tho Road," by Foss
CHANGE IN FUNERAL
The funeral of tho late William Paiv
rotl of South Vernon will bo held Frt
day afternoon, April 7, at 2:30 o'clock
instead ot at 1:30 o'clock as was an
REV. ALLEN 8TILL 8ICK
Rev. S. T. Allen is still confined to.
his room and will not be able to all
the appointments at Beulatt and;
Friendship on Sunday.
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