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'. at howie for aged
Tho following donations for Uio
Homo for tho Aged woro rof-ched
during tho months ot May and Juno:
MIm Mnry Slmr Chickcni, ico
Brnpnn, popper and cabhngo plants.
Mis. M. llondoison lco oiualifr
. Mrs. I'rcrt Craig- Lettuce.
Mrs. J. C. Wood Choi ilea and rJm
Mrs. T. S. ritUIn Loltilco. 1 j
Mrs. frank Young Uoddlng nnd
' Mi. U M. nioclior fish. '
Mrs. ICd. Went linked bean1?, .
Mrs O. A. Miller Tomato plants,
greens popper and rabhago plants.
Congregational church Sandw Mi
Mrs. A. I). Iltinii Mnrmnlndo and
Miss Ollmoro Cheirlci.
Mrs. lirow nlug I'otatoos.
'Mr. KubspII HoIUth Hhub.irb.
Miss Margaret Sharp -flowors.
Mri. Israel Butter, eggs, milk, on
ions asparagus. '
About two Hours 1cforo tho ball
Kaniovwas scheduled to begin Hiinday
nffcrnoon, Manager Dnlo Ilarro oS
tho local rlub lerolvod word that tho
Panhandles, who were lo play horo,
had missed thoir tinln nud would not
bo nlilo to get lioio.
Alatuigor Hairo said that it was evi
dent that tho Panhandles foared be
ing, healon, as there voro,lvo other
trains that they could have come on,
Which would have hi ought them to
this clly,in time to play.
COUNCIL TO MEET
'I ho city eou'nell will meet this
evening nt 7::W o'clock.
Is it Any Hardship
to be paid interest for bringing the boys
back from war?
You know well that a subscription paper
could be raised to great enough figures for
this purpose, and that you yourself would
give to have your own boy, or your neigh-
uuia uuy, mougnt oacK.
You need not do that. The government is willing
to pay you good interest for the loan of your money for
the purpose of maintaining its soldiers and sailors and
bringing them. home. But Uncle Sam calls on you just
as he did in the days when battles were hottest.
The Boys Expect It
The boys have-done their work well. They have performed their
contract to whip the Hun. Now they expect you to do your part by
. furnishing the means to maintain them and return them to you.
Will you do it as you worked for the war's winning? Will you
allow every boy frqm this county that you are not weakening that
you are working for and thinking of him; that you recognize the claim
W4K SAVINGS STAMP COMMITTEE
W. E. McCORMICK, Chairman
ST. PAUL'S PICNIC
Tho Sunday school of St. Paul's
chinch will meet nt tho pailsh house
at 1 o'clock tomonow, wheto automo
biles will lako (ho mombois to Hall's
grovo. With ypur Itinch basket lnlng
plate, cup, spoon and folk. Moinbors
of the parish, who desire tianapoita
Hon, will moot nt tho samo place
and hour, nnd notify by phone Mr.
Hairy Dovln or Mr. Will Ornnt. Men
who can only come out to the supper
nnd liavo no conveyance of their own
will find autos to take thorn, at tho
parish honso at BiliO o'clock.
Thursday, July 10, Is Day Set
Apart For Mt. Vernon
And Knox Co. People
Thursday will be Knox County Hay
at tho Methodist centenary at Colum
bus and ninny peoplo fiom the city
and county aro iiuauglng to attend.
Mr. Ilaikei I.ybaigor, who Is chnlr
mini of the (omnilttoo from Knox
county, has ohlnlued !!00 tickets for
tho pagonnt nnd persona who r-xpoet
fo attend can obtain these tickets
fiom Mr. Iybnrgcr. As the supply Is
llinltod tboy will no doubt bo dis
posed of in a vory short tinio.
A special rato has boon provided
by tho inilronds for that day nnd
ninny wlll-inuke tho tilp by nutnmo
hjlo. , It Is anticipated that over fiOO
Iiorsons will bo present fiom Mt. Ver
non nnd Knox county.
DRUNK IS ARRESTED
BY ACTING CHIEF
John fisher was arrested Sunday
evening on a clinrgo ot Intoxication
by Acting Chief of Polico AleCKIioy,
who alleged (hat ho found fisher hi
:i drunken condition on South Main
stioet. Ho was niraigued before Mny
or Hair and lined $f and costs.
AT THE CENTEWARY
Start Something Now!
Then form a Bring 'Em Back Club in his
name. It will be a recognition of his splendid
work and a testimonial of your interest and your
dovotion to the same great cause.
And it need cost you nothingnothing at
all; Just lend the money toyour government
at 4.27 interest in War pavings Stamps the
wonas best investment.
Bring the Boys Home With
War Savings Stamps
Corn July 1.8816; Sept. l.ril',6.
Oats July .71; Sept .7.!',,.
Pork July HI 00; Sept. 5U0.
I.ard July .'!5.22; Sept. K.'.IO.
' ltlbs .Tilly 28.57; Sept. 28.70.
Clovoi seed Prlmocash 28.2.1
27.10; Doc. 2(ir.O.
Alslko iPilmo ynsl, Sept. 22.7C;
Timothy Prime cash ", HO; Sept.
0.02; Oct. r.,0'-,; Doc. 0.70; Jan, 0 00.
New York Stock List
American Hoot Sugar, !)0i.
American Sugar Itotliilng, 138M-.
Ilaltimore U Ohio, If.ij.
Ilolhlehcm Stool, !)riy,.
Chesapeako & Ohio, 05.
Kennocott Coppet, 41.
l.oulsvillo h Nashville, 11774.
Mldvftlo Steel, r.ty,.
Noirolk k. Western, 107U.
Ohio Cities Was, f,8.
Ucpubllc lion fc Steel, 'JS.
IT. S. Steol, 111!.
Willys Ovoi land, .r..
Hogs Itecolpts flllOOO; market act
ive; bulk of sales 21.r.0((t22.7fi; heavy
weight 21.0"iffT22 2r; niodlum weight
21.'.0i?T22:ri; lights 2l.(iri!)22.10; sown
20')0(f2l.no; pigs 18 2r,20.
Cittle Itecrlpts 1500, mnikot high
ei; heavy beef steors 15.-10(10.40;
light beef steors 1415.(.5; butcher
stock cows and heifois 7.7iiffpl4; can
neis and cutters ! 2rifi:7.:i5;, stnekors
nnd feeders !) 50(?J12.75; veal calves
Sheep Hecelpts 40000; lambs, good
to choico, 15 'i'tff 17.50; owes, good
lo choico 7(fZ!).
Hogs Hocelpts: 45,000; market
strong; heavies 21fifii?j)2.l.7fi; heavy
and light ymkors 22 ri028; pigs 21.
Sheep nnd lambs Hocelpts: 1,500;
mnikot nctlvo; top sheep 10 50; top
Calves Hocolpts: .100; mnikct act
ive; top 12 50.
Cattle -Hocolpts 805; steady.
Calves Hccolpls: 550; inniknt
steady; good to choico veal calves 22
Shoe(I Hecelpts: 1300; market
Hogs nccelpts 4500; mixed 22.00;
heavies 23: nlus and lights 21: roughs
20; stngs 15.
Tho following are prices paid by H.
V. Sinoots for farm prodnco, dollvercd
nt hlsi wnrehoiiso: t
fresh eggs 38c.
No. 1 country butter 45c.
No. 2 country butter 3Gc.
Hoavy hens 28c.
Light hens 20c.
Heavy spiln); chickens 38c.
Smnil sin Ins chickens 35c. '
old noo iters 15c.
Told by Herself. Her Sin
cerity Should Con
Christopher, 111. "For four yenw I
suffered from irregularities, weakness,
was in a run down
condition. Two of
our best doctors
failed to do mo any
good. I heard so
much about what
pound had done for
others, I tried it
and was cured. I
am no longer ner
vous, am regular,
and in excellent
health. I believe tho Compound will
cure any female trouble." Mrs. Alice
Heller. Christopher, 111.
NerVousnesa is often a symptom of
ment, which may bo overcome by this
famous root ana herb remedy, Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as
thousands of women have found by
If complications exist, writo Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for
suggestions in regard to your ailment.
The itosult of its long experience ia
n . t .
Later news, more relia61o
news; daily in Tho Banner.
GOLF TEAMS COMING
TO PLAY LOCAL MEN
Plnns mo liohiR mado by tho local
country dub golfers to brlnjj either
mombois of tho Columbus Country
club or tho Coshocton Country ehU
lioio next Thursday for a match.
It is iilanne'd to liavo tho golfers
from tho siiriouiiillng clubs visit tho
local club about every two weeks and
play over tho local course Dr. Wal
ton will havo cbaiRO of the greens
committee and will Invito the various
clubs to visit hero.
We have Just received notice of a
slight decrease In eye-glass lenses. It
will new be possible for us to make
some fittings as low as
Those who are suffering from defec
tive vision, headache and other symp
toms of eye trouble should now take
advantage of this decrease.
If you have good vision wear glasses
to eliminate eye strain, if for close
work only, If your eyes are defective
wear good glasses to make them nor
mal and comfortable.
Your glasses can be made the same
day that your eyes are examined if
you so desire.
We grind our own lenses.
W. E. Steff an
31 EAST GAMBIER 8T.
,MT. VERNON, O, .
Hours 8 a. m. Sip. m. Evenings by
When You Lay
Your Paper Aside
After you've read the news, have you gotten all
the valuable information out of it? Not until
you have read the advertisements.
Reading the advertisements should be just as
much a part of your day
The advertisements in your favorite newspaper
are a daily record of what your local merchants
have laid in store to meet your needs and add to
They tell you what the manufacturers of these
goods, who are constantly striving to please the
great American public, have done to add to your
advantages and comforts. The news, while al
ways interesting, may often concern you only in
a general way.
The advertisements are almost certain to tell
' you something that may mean a great deal to
your home life or your business and social wel
fare. ! -
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THE FIRE WAS OUT
Tho roar of tho homo ot Norman
H. McMnhon, at 22 Marlon street, was
slightly damaged by flro Saturday af
ternoon, when a hot plato on tho
rear porch was turned over.
Tho flanios woro extinguished bo
foro tho flro doparthient arrived it
These and More
July 31, Aug 6
(A) Althea Corus of Girl Violinists.
(B) Weber Male Quartet
(C) Katharine Ridgeway,
(D) Knight MacGregor,
(E) Capt. Paul Bewser, R. A. F., D. S. C
(F) Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid, American Soprano.
G) "The Melting Pot'- By a cast of ten.
(ST "The Chocolate Soldier" with 25 people.
(I) Lou J. Beauchamp, Humorist
This tells but Half the Story. Get a Souvenir
Program. Get a "Community Builder."
It's all for TWO DOLLARS, plus war tax.
Banner Classified Ads. Pay
as reading the news col"
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In Use FrOvr30 Yors
of New York.
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