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FANCY CUTS OF SOFT RIB BOILING BEEF Per lb 18o
RIGHT, LEAN BOILING BEEF Per lb 22c
CENTER CUTS OF CHUCK FOR ROA8TING Pep lb 20c
TNDER JUICY CHUCK 8TEAK Per lb. only....,...-. 30c
NUT-OLA That quality nut margarine, per lb. only 30c
PEANUT BUTTER Fine quality, per lb 20c
HEINZ'8 SWEET MIXED PICKLES Per lb ....'. 25c
JELLY Fine apple Jell, per lb. only -15c
BREAD Our Mother's loaf has the true natural flavor of the whole
J some wheat. It will keep fresh and hold Its flavor much lonoer
1 than the ordinary loafv We retail It to you at wholesale price;
, 15c loaves, each 12c
The 10c loaves each.... ,,i , f)c
MARSHMALLOW ROLLS Delicious ones, each 15c
JELL ROLLS Fine large tender ones, each 15c
NEW POTATOES Fine fresh stock, per bushel S2.50
Per half bushel gl ,39
Per peck 05c Per half peck '. 35C
CUCUMBERS Large fancy hothouse, each....! ' l2'c
FANCY LARGE LEMONS Per dozen 40c
.EN8IGN BRAND 8EEDED RAISINS Large box (only a few left)
Per package only , -tkc
BULK NOODLES Finest quality, full lb 12'C
KELLOGG'8 CORN FLAKE8 15c package, each ..13c
PILLSBURY'S STERILIZED BRAN A1 good one, per package.. 12c
RITTY'S PORK AND BEAN8-A good one, per can only.... ... ,15c
U0i,,:?r,dB .of Vern". t"e finest pure spring wheat patent flour,
24'z lb. sack only 1.7(1
FLAKE WHITE 80AP Four bars only ... 25c
KINGFORD'8 CORN STARCH The highest grade, 1 lb. box only 11c
R. W.Pitkin 137 s. Mam A.R.Watters
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Personal Notes of the Bay
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ft Friday, July 11 ft
ft Tho Woraon'fl Missionary no- ft
ft clety of tho Church of Christ ft
ft will meet at 2:30 o'clock ;it tho ft
ft homo of Mrs. Harry Sander- ft
ft son, 201 West Chestnut Htieut. ft
ft Tho Woman's Foreign Mia- ft
ft slonnry socloty of the M. 1'. ft
S church will hold its nniiuiil pic- ft
nic at Hiversido park this at- ft
ft tornoon. . ft
ft " W. V. M. 8. of tlio Guy Htroot ft
ft M. E. church will meet nt 2::i() ft
ft o'clock In tho church parlors, ft
ft A good piogrum Is beliiR nr- ft
1 ft ranged with echoes from tho ft
ft CPfltcnory. ft
ft Prlscillii ulu I) will hold Its ft
ft annual picnic at Rlvorsldo ft
ft park. Mooting at 4:30 and sup- ft
ft per at (1:30. ft
ft Tho Woman's Mission circle ft
ft pf tho Ilnptlst church mootu at ft
ft 2:3Q o'clock at tho homo of ft
ft Mrs. Honoy, 107 W. Pleasant ft
ft iitrcct. Tho work eommltloo ft
ft requests all momborfl to brliiR ft
ft thlmbloB and noodles. Hostess- ft
ft cs. Mis, Uunoy and Mrs. Davis, ft
ft , Woman's association of tho ft
ft Congrqgational church meetti ft
ft at 2:30 o'clock. ft
$ ftftftftftftftftftftftftft ft
Twenty momhqrs of KvoiiIiik Star
Council, No. 18, Sous and DauKhters
of Llborty, vura present at tho meet
ing hold Wednesday ovoiiIiik in tho
Matcabce hall. At this mootlnR tho
.offlcsrs ulocied at tho hint mooting,
held In Juno, wore Installed.
At Country Club
jf Tho fourth sithncriptlon dauco at
the Country club was stopped earlier
. than farmer dances, owing to tho
Jrillc electrical and rain storm
which pluycd over tho city Wodnes.
day nlRht. Many of tho daucars,
fcurltiK tho storm, left In time to
reach their homes before tho stoim
broke, though sovoial stayed until
About 4.rt ciiuplos attended tho
Real Bargains in
1 Real Shoes
For Every Member of the Family
ISEVERNS Shoe Store
Next to Vine Theatre
Bay your Fall Footwear Now and Save!
AND THE :
uniite, wnicli began at 3 o'clock. A
InrRo numbor of tho younger set woro
liroBcnt, having returned homo from
Tho commlttco in chargo of tho
danco was composcil of Mrs. H. V.
Smoots, Mr. and Mrs. U. IJ. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. N. U Dunoy and Mr.
and Mis. llorger Kiraon.
Prior to tho dancing Mr. Henry C.
Hovln gave a dinner party to several
Tho music was furnished by I'nik
or's No. 1 orchestra and was vory
Tho out-of-town giicstn wore: Miss
J. Sutton, Zonesvillo; Miss Annwult,
Columbus: Mrs. Lu Hlrd, Cluvoland;
Mr. O. Strickland Kostorla; Mr. G.
Strickland, Kostorla; MIbb Adah Gra
hnm, Chicago; Miss Woodruff, Utlca;
Lieut. K. It. Ashcraft, U. S. A.; Mr'fe.
Frank Sullivan, Chillcqtho; and Miss
v 01 11 Power, Akron.
Miss Elizabeth Ann Koons dollght.
fully entertained nlnp young friends
Thursday afternoon, In honor of her
ninth birthday anniversary, at tho
homo of hor intrants, Mr. and Mrs.
Hnrry W. Koons, Fast High Bttcot.
Tho youifg guests enjoyed tho after
noon In games and delicious 1 of tosh
inuiitH were served.
W. H. M. 8.
Tho Woman's Homo Missionary so
cloty of tho (lay street M. K. church
mot Wednesday evening at tho homo
of Mrs. John Weaver on Fast High
sheet. At this mooting tho olllcors
elected nt tho last mooting woro In
stalled by llov. Fostor C. Anderson.
Kov. Anderson nso gitvo a short ad
ill oss. Following tho business hos
Ion, tins entertaining committee, Mrs,
Young and .Mrs, Davis, served do
Mrs. Reeder's Class
Tho members of Mrq. Hoeder's
class, No, 2C, of tho M. P. Sunday
school, held their logular businusa
meeting Wednesday nfternoon at tho
homo of Mrs. William 1-omloy, North
Sandusky htreot. Tho nieotlng was
tHieiuid by scripture leading liy Mrs,
necdor, followed by prnyor by Mrs.
Sharp. On tho last Wednesday In July
tho annual class picnic will bo hold
at IlUcrsldo pork. At that time thcro
will bo olectlon of officers.
Tho employes of tho Avory & Loch
company nt Mt. Vernon, with the,
members of thoir families, enjoyed
n picnic Thursday afternoon, north
of this city. An cnjoyablo afternoon
was spont and a picnic supper was
planned for C o'clock.
Ladles of the Elks
Hold Card Party
Four tablos of cards wero played
Wednesday afternoon nt tho meeting
of tho Ladles of tho Elks, which was
hold at tho Elks' Homo. Tho prize
was awurded Mrs. Elvln Thompson.
Delicious refreshments wero served
In tho grill room to tho 2G members
present. Mrs. Harold Mathoson was
chairman of tho entertaining commit
tee. Mrs. Isaac Stovons of Howard was
a visitor hero Thursday morning.
Sorlul day at Lyric tomorrow, xlO
Mr. I. M. Wolverton wont to Co
lumbus this morning on business.
Woavor'a taxi-cab service. Phono
Mrs. Banner Allon of East High
stroct spont Thursday In Columbus.
July clearance high grade footwear.
Sovorns' shoo store, West Vino. xlO
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Zcmor aro Co
lumbus Visitors to'dny.
If you want a good cigar ask your
le.ilor for Havana Bouquet. 6c. tf
Miss Cleola Wright of Marlon
street wont to Akron Thursday to re
main Bovoral weeks wn relatives.
Margaret Marsh 'and Mazlno Elliott
in "Tho Eternal Magdalene," at Lyric
today, ' xlO
List your used cars with C. H.
Taylor, 118 South Main street. tf
Miss Hilda Hockey of La Grango
arrived at the M. & S. sanitarium to
day to take tho nursos' training.
We have a vary complete tins of
lawn, mowers a( right prices. Max
Meyers Stove Store. WStt
Sons of Voteruns Auxiliary will
havo a food balo at Woolson's depart
ment store Saturday at 10 a. m. xir
Mr. JamoB Loo Hodd leturned Wed
noday from Newark, whero sho has
bean visiting relatives.
Mrs. Mary Dulloy of tho Mansfield
road ontorcd tho M. & S. sanitarium
Wodncsday for treatment.
Attend the E Battery dance Friday,
July 11, at K. of C. hall. Hall's or
chestra of Columbus. Admission 50c.
Mr. E. J. Purdy of tho M. &' S. san
itarium staff, who has been visiting
his daughter in Michigan, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Koons and
Mro. Walter S. .Sapp attended tho
Mothodlst centenary In Columbus to
day. Elsio Forguson In "Under tho
Greenwood Treo," and Fatty Arhuoklq
In his latost farco comeiy at tho Vino
' Mr. and Mrs. Finnic Mooro of East
High street loft today for Ashovlllo,
N. C, whoro thoy oxpoct to remain
Marguerite Clark lu "Llttlo Miss
Hoovor" and Fatty Arbucklo In his
latost farco comedy at tho Vino to
Highest prices paid for wool. Air
kinds of farm products at old McCon
noil wnruouao. Levering Bros. tt
Mrs. Georgo Chonoy and daugh
ter, MIsb Mary Choynoy, of East Vino
street aro spending several duys In
Mrs. J. M. lllocher or East High
street Is spending sovcial days In Co
lumbtis with her nleco, torn. Arthur
Mitchell. ' '
Notlcel H. S. Bair has opened a
tire repair shop at 17 W. High street
rear of Columbus United Tire Co. Vul
canizing, and tire and tube repairing.
Miss Mildred Aler or North Gay
stroot, was a visitor at tho contonary
in Columbus Thttibday.
All work guaranteed. xll xll
Drugs and modlclnos at old prices,
dollvorod freo. Fox and Stolnhoff.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Dougherty
and Miss Sarah Hervoy returned
homo Thursday alter visiting var
ious custom cltlus.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones of Danvillo re
turned homo Thitisday after upending
two weoks heio with Mrs. William
Uobo of Jofforsou stieet.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles llonselt and
son son, und Mr. and Mrs. Itobort
Uaxtor and Dowitt Mason, ot Bran
don, spont Thursday In Columbus, at
tending tho contonary.
A $90 Vlctrola will bo glvon to tho
most popular young lady on Suturduy
ovuning, July 19 tho ono obtaining
tho moat votes ut C cents it voto. Sec
cui nival ad, lu this Issuo. xl2
Mr. Percy Uphum nnd Mr. Hohitrt
llpham havo gone to Mineral Volln,
Texas, whero tho Uphum Gits Co. is
engaged lu drilling oil wells.
Mrs. H. W. Blulr, Miss Esther Illulr.
Mrs, Bernard I'urlnton, Miss Edna
Sovorns and Mr. and Mr. Columbus
Ewalt went to ColumbiiH Thursday
morning lo Hpond tho day allondhiK
r THE BANNER
Dr. S. E. Dooloy went to Cleveland
Thursdny to remain until Saturday.
Margaret Marsh and Maxine Elliott
in "Tho Eternal Magdalene," nt Lyric
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Driosch and
son, Lawrence, nre visiting fn Now
ark. Dance at Danville Friday, July 11.
Everybody Invited. Brlcker's orches
nir. utio Darling or South Bond,
Ind who "has'trech visiting friends in
this city, returned homo toaaV.
Mrs. DavIdHuddle of South San
dusky street sjent Thursday 'In ' Co
lumbus. ' t
Smar styijjs In women's low cuts.
Greatly reduced In' price. Severns,
West Vino. ' xlO
Mr. Hazen Pratt of Cambridge,
Mas3., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Dovln of North Main street.
Miss May Mitchell of Lock and
Miss Margaret Mitchell of Columbus
aro visiting Mr. E. M. Cornell of East
Burgess street-, for several days.
Mrs. James1 TJpham and son, Greer,
of East Chostnult'strcet havo gone to
Cambridge Springs, Pa., where thoy
will spond several months.
Mr. nnd Mrs'. Lloyd M. Boll and
daughter, Louise, of Elliott street,
went to Columbus Thursday to attend
Mr. Italph MahafTcy of Dunkirk, N.
Y.r Is spendlnc several days here with
his parents, Mr- and Mrs. Lowls Ma
haffoy. Miss Allce.Weston and Miss Virgin
la Fawcctt Q(fKredericktowu went td
Columbus Thursday to remain unt'l
Saturday, attending tho centenary. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fostlo of Mun
cie, Inch, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. L. Koons of Coshocton ave
nuo, until Saturday! "
Mrs. Walter Connelly' Jett nnd
daughter, Kathcrlnc, of Eldorado, Ar
kansas, are thevguosts of their aunt
Mrs. R. B. McCroary, and Mrs. Wes
Mrs. William Hatch and children,
Carollno and Joo, of Cloteland'nre
guests of Mrs. It. B. McCreary and
Mrs. Wesley Doyle, having motored
through In tlioir automobile.
Mr. and Mrs,, James Kclloy, Miss
Margaret nnd Miss Ellzaboth Kolloy
and Mr. Raymond Tougher motored
to Columbus', tW nforhing to attend
tho contennry'j .,' '
Messrs. W.E. Front and Theodore
Rlugwnlt loft? tnis arternoon for a
three weoks' trip. They will visit
Mackinac fy'aml, Miclt, and other
summer resorts along tho Great
Mr. and M,rs. A. C. Barnard and Mr.
ond Mrs. , Robert Dowds returned
Wednesday fro'm Maflon,' lnd where
thoy woro calle'itjliy tho1 death ot Mr.
Air. Clarondo ''Darling returned to
his home qn West High street Wed
nesday, after being discharged from
service at Camp Sherman. Darling
was ovorsaitB soyernl months.
Fish for Friday! Halibut steak,
salmon steak, yellow pickerel, white
fish.t jumbo herrinfl, red snapper,
smelts, Lake(ferle herring, poultry.
Mt. Vernon Fish" Co., 304 South Main.
Phone 1092. E, M. Blocher, manager.
A costly garment may bo perma
nently ruined by Improper cleaning
by methods that aro not scientifically
corroct and absolutely thorough. You
tako no risk when you let us do your
work. Tho Sanitary Dry Cleaning Co.,
southwest corner public squaro.
FOR RENT Flvo-room modern
npurtmont. Phono C95, tt
FOR RENT four rooms. Apply at
(ill West Gnmblor street.
FOR SALE Ono lot small drawers,
8c each; ono 2-burrcl and one U-hur-rot
round oil tank, 6 and $8; 20-foot
couutoi, $ir., Tom Bogatdus. xlO
FOR SALE-r-FIno l8ucio farm.
Gonorully lot el, vory productive
abundance of bluo grass and running
wntcr. No wasto. Good sot of build
ings, two houses. Very homo-like.
Public location. A big monoy-makor,
on good tonus only flOO por ucro
W. C. Hoikwoll, Mt. Vornon, O. DUf
FQIl SALE A number of wood
and Iron pulleys ot different sizes,
two sets ot cone' pulleys, several
longths ot llno shafting, dlftorcnt
sizes, and hanger's. ' Call "at Banuw.
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FOR SALE Good,' general purpose
mare. Phono 20(iO-B. 'xll
FOR SALE jSOacrc farm, fi-room
brick houso, burn, granary, small
shop. Box. No. 6?, R. D. No. 4, Contor
burg, or phono 47-Y2, Coriterburg ex
FOR SALE Furniture, work bench
and tools, at 207 North Gay street.
Call mornings between U and 12 xll
FOR SALE Two mill; goots. Ap
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White Voil and Organdie Dresses at
These cool summer drosses aro almost a necessity and nt their mark
ed price are exceedingly good buys. '
Now and pretty styles trimmed with laco nnd Insertion; sizes 13 to
25 per cent, off
Silk and Wool Skirts Reduced
Just one rack of theso skirts nt prices thnt will pelaso you Serges,
poplins, mohair, taffetas and novelties In a rnngo of sizes. Light as well
as dark colois. Wcie J3.C0 to $15.00 and aro now nearly g An
half. For lustanco a $1000 skirt Is marked JD,70
Girls' Dresses and Boys' Rompers
Tho dresses of gingham in plaids stripes and plain colors ; "many cute
styles for girls of all ages.
Tho Itompors of poicales and poplins in nearly all plain colors tilm
mod in contrasting shados.
Both dresses nnd rompers nro now
25 percent, off
The Walker - McCrackin Co.
ply to' Kugono Andre, Columbus rond,
or call 791 black. ' xlO
FOR SALE Farm, 8 acres, excel
lent for truck nnd p6ultry: good
ronds, dally mail, near school nnd
cnurcn. rnono 20U0-H, botwoon (J nnd
8 p. m. xll 15'
FOR SALE Cheap, Ford runabout
In good condition. Phono 219. xll
FOR SALE Good secondhand sow
ing machines, cheap. SIngor store
108 West High stroct. xl2
1 FOR SALE Six building lots, GOx
120 foot each. Inqulro 700 Easi
Pleasunt street. xlO
WANTED Responsible men to rop
rosent ono of tho groatost nurseries
In America, soiling troos, shrubs, per
ennials, robes. Commissions weokly.
Brown Brothers Nurorlos, Rochester,
Now York, xlO
WANTED Nurso-mald. Mrs. C.
W. McKoo. 20G Kast Gambler stroot.
WANTED Good harvost hand.
Phono 2060-B. xll
WANTED Man to soil shrubs,
rosos, trees, plants. Barry Nursery
Co., Rochostor, N. V. 8x19
WANTED To buy used clothing
nnd shoes. Call 343 croon. tt
WANTED A cook nt Children's
Homo. Phono 2035 M. WSTuTxlO $
MEN ON PRODUCTION
Ages 18 to 45
"'ejghtJ40 lbs. or more
Must Be lii Good Physical
No Experience Necessary
No Labor. Trouble
A-PPl.v in person or commun
icate at once with Eactorv
Employment Office. .
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER
for Warm Summer!
Days at July
Seasonable merchandise tha means much to 'the thrifty :
wombn ot Alt. Vernon. These garments arc marked at a very
substantial reduction, each one carrying its' own 'Yellow
Cool Summer Dresses Reduced
for Clearance ,
Such materials as voiles, ginghams, linens and poplins, in
a large variety of plaids, stripes, small and large figures. Each
one is marked at its special price which is
25 percent, off
Sizes for everyone
Owing to speciararrangements with The
Lancaster Tire Co. we are able to offer
Crescent guaranteed tires at prices' former
ly paid for them wholesale.
30x3 N.S. Crescent... $11.10
30x32 N. S. Crescent. . .$14.55
32x32 N. S. Crescent. . .$16.75
32x4 N. S. Crescent. . .$22.30
33x42 N. S. Crescent. . .$23.20
34x4 N. S. Crescent . . . $23.80
This is all new stock and strictly firsts.
These prices subject to 5 per cont war tax.
Motor Sales Co.
Dvright J. Harris, Prop.
Corner High and Mulberry Sts. Phone 907 Black
All Suits Reduced
Materials nnd styles thnt nre new
and bound to pleaso you. Most nny
color thnt you wish for nnd In a
complete range of sizes."
Formerly they were $17.50 to $50.
Priced now nt
$10 to $32.50
All Coats Reduced
Light weight coats In n ynrlcty of
colors nnd mnterlalB. The wear that
these garments will give you will
many times repay you for what
they cost Just now.
Priced now at
1-4, 1-3, 1-2 off
Dolmans & Capes
Not a lare lot left but what
there is, you will find priced vory
(low. Woll mnde, splendid looking
garment nt economy prices.
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