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CRIMINALS. YEAR 1917
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Says Von Bernstorff And His
Ilk Were Never Other Than
GIVES INTERESTING TALK
Dubs U-Boat Warfare 'Kais
er's Latest Conception
Prussian Ideas of diplomacy itml in-'
tcrnutionul law, its set forth by I'rof. i
W. II. Johnson, A. SI., In a lecture on
the same subject was hoard by an ap
preciative audience at tho Baptist
church, Hunt llli;h street, Wednesday
Prof. Johnson Is professor of Latin
at Denlson university and Is hero on
a lecture course which was arranged
by Denlson university and the Knot
County Dcnlsou association. The lec
ture was free of charge, as tho entire
scries, consisting of three morn lec
tin es, Is to be.
Tho speaker's theme was divided i
into three parts the cause of the en
trance of the United States into tho,
world war, tho premeditated crimi-j
nallty of tho so-called diplomats of
Germany, and (Jcrmany's interpreta
tion of international law.
"America," said I'rof. Johnson, "en-
A GOOD ONE FOR THE BUCKEYE
STATE BUILDING AND LOAN
COMPANY, RANKIN BUILDING,
22 WEST GAY STREET, COLUM
1. Orowth In l'Jl" nearly ?2,oon,onii
2. Our assets now $M.".00,()ijn
:i. Added to reserve rtinil . . .?ri(,00')
I, We own no real estate.
5. This fact speaks for conservation
more than woids can express.
i!. We greatly apiiroclate
7. Tho good wonls spoken of us by
' our frientls and customers.
S. Five per cent on time deposits.
Rug Company Would Divide
Profits With Knox Co. ,
WILL DONATE EIGHT
Executive Committee Reports
Formation Of Branches
Among tho llrst propositions of tho ,
kind to be made to the local chapter '
tcred the war not because of tho loss 0f tho Red Cross, whereby a firm of
of a low American lives although ferod to divide its profits with tho or
that was sulllcient reason but be- Banlzfitlon was the one made by tho
cause Prussian militarism and Gcr-, Dunlap Huk Co. of this city and sub
man autocracy wero menacing the ( niitted by letter to the executive com
whole world. America did not enter mlttec of tho chapter at its meeting
the war ir contradiction or tho Mon-1 Wednesday night,
loo doctrine, but In consistency with , nrfcny, tho rug company proposes
tho .Monroe doctrine, for tho var, be- to turn over to tho local chapter for
gun by their merciless march through j any U8(J (t may ,iosire S of its gross
neutral Belgium, was to havo its ef-' earnings for the year 1UIS. The let
lect upon America as well as on the ter rrnm tlio company making this
Kuropcan countres." : proposition also gave tho dates upon
Thu second division of I'rof. John- thlch settlements will bo made and
son's lecture is summed up in one 1 1 advlHeil that tho company's books
will bo opeu at all times to inspection
htatement directed at tho Prussian
ideals of diplomacy: "Von Dernstorff
ami all of tho so-called ambassadors
by any member of the; Rod Cross au
thorized by the executive) committee
and ministers Germany lias sent to t0 investigate them and to ascertain
other nations wore not diplomats and tho ean,iB.s 0f the company,
are not. now they wero arch crimi-j At tnc committee meeting Wed
mils, chosen by the kaiser's own staff , neS(jUy night, the generous offer was
to carry out his criminal intentions I acceptC(1 and tne committee Instruct
and plots on oven friendly and neu- ed tlle secretary to extend the thanks
As to the Prussian interpretation
of International law an institution
which has been in force for centuries
beyond recollection I'rof. Johnson
termed it as being the nrbitrary will
of tho kaiser and his personal stall',
also arch criminals of his own choos
ing. Lives have been taken indis
criminately as was shown by Illustra
tion In tho case of tho march through
Ilolgium to France, the subsequent
of the chapter tor the oner. i
The meeting was tho first since tho
close of the membership drive that
resulted in a membership of over
10,000 for the local chapter and which
is expected to place Knox county
among tho first in the United States
With respect to Hod Cross activity in
proportion to Its population.
since tne campaign, a uranen nas
'been organized at Jolloway with Hev.
C. K. Illrkhold as chairman, Sirs. J.
outrages on women, tho dropping of , A Upe(i ., vc0 chairman. W. T. Rich-
bombs on .hospitals, tho dishonorable ert as aecretary and J. T. Itlakoly as
nets of tho kaiser's troops and llnally treasurer. The Ankenytown-Palmyra
the sinking ot tho Lusltania. anu mo (branch has also been organized and
declaration of a policy ot unrestricted i L.lectu(1 the following ofllcors:
submarine warfare the kaiser's last,, chairman SIlss Flora Farquhar,
conception of deviltry. Vico Chairman Clay Seller.
A unanimous vote oi mankh i.is secretary Pearl Toms.
tendered Prol. Johnson at tne con
clusion Of tho lecture.
Tho next subject on the lecture
courso will bo taken up Jan. 10 by
President G. W. Chamberlain, Ph. D,
on J'Tho German Government a Foe
"In the course of a conversation
with Chamberlain Slcdlcino Co.'s rep
resentative today, wo had occasion to
discuss In a gonoral way the merits
nt their different preparations. At
his suggestion I take pleasure in ex
pressing my estimation of Chamber-,
Iain's Cough Remedy. 1 have a fam-h
Ringwalfs $10,000 Sale
IXKTIOADOF Ol'U lRilTLAI ".JANTAUY CUL U'AXCK SALK" VK IiAVK CIIONUX 10,000
WOUTIIOK MKUCIIANDISKTOSKUiTO YOI'TIIK XK.NT TIIIfMK WIWKK AT DISTINCT HAVIXOK.
$2,000 worth of Dress Goods, Coatings & Silks
i i t . t . .
nil('.Yl..)U lilSU'K l'llllillll!!, 4-i 111.
lilnMc -12 in. Diagonal, wortli l.r0 yard.
10 in. IJlacIc Wool Satin, worlh 1.;")() yd.
ipl..")() Ulack Iiaiisu Suiting, -1-1 in. wide.
o() in. India Twill, black, worth 1."0 yd.
1..")() Ulack Mouseline, -12 in. wide.
-12 in. Ucpp-Uarritz, black, worth jjM.OO.
A line ol' :( in. 7.1c Worsted Plaids at
5.00 I'laid Coatings, t inch $2.49 yard
$2.25 IMaid Coatings, f4 inch $1.89 yard
1.00 Plain Color Wool Velonr Coating,
beaiitil'itl quality ' $2.39 yard
27 inch Costume Velvets:
$2.00 quality for $1.69 yard
2..!0 quality for : $1.89
Urown, IJluc, Plum and Wine.
CORDUROYS 32 Inches wide; S1.25 quality for 89c yd. Blue, black and white, a flood range colors 36 In. Messallnc Silks, worth $1.50, for 98c
$2.50 Fancy Silks
Plaids, checks and
stripes $1.98 yd.
$2.00 Fancy Silks Iij
u red plaids & stripes,
per yard $1.69
Extra Quality 36 inch
black $1.7;1 Taffeta
Silk ... $1.49
Tezzo Silks "They'll
tub" IKi in. fancy
$200 Worth Hosiery
Ladies' Black Hose
(lood ',5.1c quality 29c
Infants Colored Wool Hose
Small sizes, 2.1c quality. lie
Men's Holeproof Sox
Kcul'U' 19c sellers for .39c
Men's Nat. Grey Wool Sox- -A
few sixes only 25c pr.
Ladies' $1.25 fancy Silk Hose
I-Vr pair 98c
Ladies' 35c Tan Hose-pair23c
.f 2.1.00 worth of Comfort
Special 75c each
$500 Worth Of Underwear
In Small Lots
Ladies s 8.1c fleeced Union Suits, all sizes
Ladies' $1.10 lTnion Suits; liij?h neck, short sleeve, ankle and knoo
lengths, all sizes in the lot 98c
'Sizes 1 and 2 Sleeping (iarments, 7.1c value for 59c
Hoys' 73c and 81c Fleeced Tnion Suits, 2 to 12's 65c
.Most all sizes Men's 81c heavy Fleeced Shirts " 69c
A few sizes in Men's $2.00 Ribbed Tnion Suits, to sell at $1.49
$2,500 Worth of Domestics and
4-4 BrownvMuslin l.Sc value, 10 yards to each at 14c yard
Plentv of :J(-in. Dark Percales Fasilv worth 20c vard for. . .18c
10c 9-1 Hlcached Sheet in 45c
$1 81x90 Seamless Sheets .85c
1.1c K'ussia finish I'nion Crash
19c Mercerized Damask. . .49c
$2.7.1 Plaid Blankets . . . .$2.29
;.10 and $-1.00 Hath Robe
20c Light Outings 18c yd.
20c Apron (iirighain,. .18c yd.
20c Dress Ciinghams 17c
21c Zephyr Cinghams 19c
1.1c II uck Towel's lie
All Coats formerly from $20.00 up ... 25 per ct. off
All Coats formerly under $20,00 $8.75
Ladies' Suits-Entire Stock 50 per ct. off
Entire Stock of Crepe de Chine, Georgette
and Taffeta Waists to be sold at ... 25 per ct. off
Bath Robes of many colors and designs
Entire Stock of Kimonos at . . .
All Dress Skirts of Silk and Wool . .
All Furs, Sets, Separate Muffs and Scarfs at
a discount of .'".''.
10 per ct. off
20 per ct. off
10 pir ct. off
25 per ct.
$4,800 Worth of Rugs, Linoleums, Gtfrtairis and Draperies
Treasurer Frank Thompson.
A petition for the location of n
brunch at Ilruiidon wns read at the
muetiiiK. The petition was Hipnied hy
2f persons and tho branch will prob
ably bo located there, although no
taction was taUon at the meeting.
Local colored women have albo pe
titioned to form an auxiliary chapter
to bo known as the Wiiyman Chapel
auxiliary. Tills petition was granted
and tho following olllcers have been
Chairman Mrs. Hessio Nownotiif.
Vice Chairman Mrs. Viola Hooker.
Secretary Mrs. Kthcl J. Reynolds.
Mrs. James K. Lyman, secrelary of
9x12 Brussels Rugs Our best $27.10 "quality $22.50
9x12 Velvet Rugs Florals and Persians $20 and $22.50
9x12 Axminster Rugs Oriental and florals; quoted at the very
low prices of ' $22.50, $25.00, $27.50
6x9 Ingrain Art Rugs Very cheap at .' . .$4.00
9x12 Ingrain Art Rugs Uxtra quality at $7.50
9x12 Wool and Fibre Rugs Fine to wear $8.75
27x54 inch Brussels Rugs (lood patterns $1.49
21 attractive designs in Lace Curtains priced from $1.00 to $1.00
pair at a discount of 25c-per cent.
21 pairs line Mercerized Marquisette Curtains, 217o yards long; 2
inch hem. at special $1.00 pair
. Fillet Net Curtains Small allover patterns at the very
special price of $1.59 pair
200 ydi. lie Scrims at. .lie yd.
200 yds. 21c Marquisette
at 15c yd.
200yds. :i()c Scotch Madras,
at 21c yd.
All Tapestry Portiers'25r; off.
All Tapestry Couch Covers
25' , off.
All Tapestry and Velour Tables
Covers 25 off.
THE J. S. RINGWALT COMPANY
lly of six children and liavo useu iuis tbQ ext,cutjve committee, also an
remedy In my honu for years. 1 con- uoun,cu(1 tliat a branch is being form-1
slder it the only cough remedy on CI, at Novth uUOrty, but the certlll-,
tho market, as 1 have tried nearly U t cnt0 showing its organization has nol .
kinds." Karl C . Uoss. publisher , m ,,een sent ln.
Hamilton County uepumican .ewp,
RUMORED E BATTERY
TO GET A FURLOUGH;
Although generally discredited,
tlioro aro rumors at Camp Sheridan.
Alabama, that K Battery is to be giv
en a furlough in tho near future.
An examination under the civil ser
vice law for clork-corrler at the 'Mt.
Vernon nostolHco will bo held Jan. 12,
1018'. Application blanks may be ob
tained from J. C. Wood, local secre
tary, nt tho uostotllee.
Advertised Jan. 2, iniR.
Afinew, Mr. and Mrs. Murray J.
Aguow, Miss Floronce
llishop, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Urooks, Miss Allco
Boyd, Mrs. licit ha
Clark, Mrs. C. A.
Cochran, Miss Netllo
Cbllders, O. I,.
Clark. O. H.
Coudlt, D. C
Cllno, Mrs. Joy
Colo, Clydo C.
Colgin & Bchout
Davis, D. Jr.
Klwood, Mrs. Frank
I'ields, Mrs. Catberlno
F,ost. Mrs. I'. I
llarvoy, Mrs.' Maude
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Morg
Illggins, M. S.
Horner, .Mrs. llesslo
Kuotth, Mrs. lllaneh
Leo, Miss Ida Virginia
MeNlece, Mrs. Hosa
Moore, Mrs. Thomas
Nrugor, C I).
Oherholtzer, I). O.
O'Toole, Mr. and Mrs. .lames X.
Pearson, Mrs. John
Proper, Miss Cioldio
Scott. IF. W.
Smith, J. IF.
Sellers, Miss Florence
Shermaiii If. a.
Sullot, J. T.
Valade, L. !'.
Wilcox, Mrs. (ioorgo
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John.
FUANK HAM'EIl, I. M
Rev. J. W. Icenbarger Ex
pires At Dayton Monday
Held Pastorate In Place Of
His Demise Period Of
was held Thursday afternoon at one
Prior to liis death, tho Hev. Mr.
Icenbarger was pastor of tho Central
Baptist church of Dayton for 2." years,
duiiug which tlmu he preached 1,00(1
sermons and outdated at CO funer
als. He was converted at Granville
Nov 6, 1S.)1, and preached his llrst
sermon Mu 1U. 1SC2.
10 CEASE PEALI
Aetivo lu the sorvlce of the Bap
tist church for a half-century, during
which tlmu he occupied tho pulptl of
Iho First Baptist church in Mt. Ver
non, tho Tlov. J. Vv Icenbarger died
Mnmliiv morning lu Dayton after hav
ing been unconscious from paralysis
for over a wock.
i He was 7!) years of age and leaves
two sons, V. T. and C. O. Icenbarger
ot Dayton, and ono daughter, Mrs.
draco Fowler of, Sidney. Tho funeral
A SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
AH things succeed which really do
serve to which till a real need, which
prove their worth. The fact that the
famous old root and herb remedy.
Lydla B. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, has for three generations
been relieving women of this coun
try from the worst forms of female
ills aud has won Mich a place In our
American homes proves its merits
beyond tho question of a doubt. It
will well pay any woman who is in
need of s-uch a medicino to try it.
PUBLIC SALE OF VILLAGE
The Catherinb Keefer HOt'SH and
LOT, situated in tho village- cf AN
11NYT0VN, Knox couuty. Ohio, will
e sold ijt PUBLIC AUCTION on the
PRKMISIiS on SATURDAY, JANIT.
ARY ."., 1318, at TWO-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P. M,
Necessary Repairs Are To Be
Made By Caretaker
DR. DOWDS IS NAMED
COCHRAN ROAD HEAD
The clock aboo the court house
will htcp striking sometime Friday
night and will strike no more after
that time until a new cable is install
ed t.i ring the gong. The clock will
run, said George V. Owens-, who takes
care of the clock, hut will not strike.
It is not definitely known what will
bo done In regard to tint gong.
Are Your Sewers Clogged?
Tho bowels are tho sewerage sys
tem of tho body. You can well Imag
ine tho result when they aro Mopped
up as is tho caso ln constipation. As
a purgative- you will llnrt Chamber
lain's Tablets excellent. . They are
mild and gentle in their action. They
a)sn improve l lie digest ion.
Dr F. F. Dowds was named town
ship physician by the trustees nt n
meeting Wednesday evening. Dr. I.
S. Workman was appointed assistant
physician, whilo Hay Cochran was
given tho position of road supervisor.
Bond was submitted by all the trus
tees, William Burges3, Thomas Trick
anil Sapiuel Green, and Luther A.
Stream, who was appointed justico ot
the peace to succeed Walter G. Har
ris, and Harry Richards, clerk or tho
board of trustees. All were approved.
RECRUITS FOR NAVY
SOUGHT HERE; PARTY
TO STAY 'TIL JAN. 6
Recruits for the U. S.navy are be
ing nought here by V. 11. Howell,
chief machinist's mate, and James
'Jn.sion.oK ski, chiof gunner's mate,
who will remain in this city with
hcadquaiters at the Hotel Winner un
til January 0.