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fAGF. SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 191 K Itf I' li lt II ' L s ' ! ti ;, ii il Mr. JOhu v. oiab auU liuughlel, .ilss Emily, ot London, Ontario, aro visiting for several days at the homo of MrB. Silas Parr on North Day street. Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Burger of Cin cinnati roturnod to tholr home Wed nosday after a two weeks' visit with relatives in Alt. Vernon. Air. Ralph Chambers, who Is at tending the Cleveland-Pulto Alodlcal College at Cleveland, Is home for several days. DR. W. B. GROSSMAN Dentist Citizens' phono 287 red, noil 83 H. Banning Bldg., West Vino street (Over Brlning's News Stand.) DR. C. C. CEIDEB . Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Licensed Offlco and resldcnoo coraor Gambler and Mulborrjr eta. Calls answered day or night. Both' 'phones, Citizens' 173 blue; Boll BOW. 1!. M. HUHTSBERSEB & GO. Fire, Lite, Health and AccldeRt Lla-, blllty, Automohll Plato Glass Insur ance. Securl' nondR written. Real Estate solo. Money Loaned. Room 1 McDermott Btdg., 106 8. Main Cltlzeni' 'Phone 2 Red NEIL W. SMITH Agent for the COMMON SENSE STOCK POWDER also' GENERAL .AUCTIONEER Farm- and residence, Granville road, 5 miles South of Mt. Vernon, R. F. D. 4. Citizens' phone, Brandon L 15. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE Notice is horoby given that tho un dorslgnod havo been appointed and ijuallflod adminlstralorn with tho will annexed ot tho KstaCo of . MAUGA.UKT A. IUDENOTJIt lato of Knox County, Ohio, deceased by tho Probate Court of said county. March 23, 1014. Clinton M, Web, Dauvllle, O. John A. Ijonoy, Butlor 0 180 Different Puzzles Solid Aluminum Educational ENTERTAINMENT FOR A YEAR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SUvtr, Stamp or Afny Order Pittsburgh Sales Co. P. O. Box 1040 PttUbmsh. Pa. Colorif Colors Old or New Straw Hats Any one can use it, -all colors 25c FRESH FLOWER SEEDS Just Received A. D. S. CATARRH JELLY In tubes 25c Taugher's Drug Stove Eatt Side Public Square Oppo- !to Grand Theatre 'OOTH 'PHONES LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUUT tr COMMON V!,HAS KNOX UOtJNTV, OHIO Btatc of Ol.lo. x ri'l, MNurlcilt M. K'.el- don, plaintiff. i Unit ft" J.i-i'loy. Uoftnl- out. flotlue' Tho iibrtvn !6lti i ml will tnue nolle - Uint on thu 3Jrl .lay of MjitIi. MM, tlml tliu iilriyp "'J l"l iri''iHllnr.K in Imlt.irJy wiu cAwnenrou lly the tviipplilnnt, ami 'thiit U cpicit of A?t urui"ilni Ik U cliargf iho dt-feniliint mid Id propi tj s.l.l. .111. ..(ll..tA..n..-. tf B.I.I i.l.lt.l lil rr.ill VI. H I l'.P..-I. .1..." ' U. n.l... ' 1.IK.1 . complaint (Mel therein ulmwii (hit the iluinl'.n" !" 411 umintrrl! wtmun nml tlml "" liwfJlfuyM ""ii'y7 mo ut'rw.oani ih uiu iBMinr w hit iiii mm ulilM; mill Piat nn wnlrr uf oltaaliment liiu) hf-n I .'wi nml m'rv.il lln-rcln ly tm Htuirlfr of Knox Oounty. Olilo li-yin on vortnlii tro'-l of u-'il "M ili uf tli- 1 -onOjjil MUiaticI In llutloi TowiiMiIii. Knox fiuttv. Ohio nml IiuIiimt Urn 'ini iii-emlne loueyi-ii to ilcloml mt liy Jumwt M. Fry Hinl wife ! 'lunl lilJ April S. 1913, oml '.ifonled III Hfcl I(a-'1I(1 l uf Knox County OhU, Vlmiii 1M, Pant 11:.. ' And thut 11(1 piou.MxlliiKH will h for lu ir- Jne ami thHerii.niatloii on mid nfUir May U. Wit HclinrU f W f.hi-Mun, f "iiiilrInii.t Cllntrn l 111' p mill A' 11 n ii -It, a'l r nt ys fir plaintiff 3-i1.'l-J,10,l7.l,5-l TO VACATE STREET To Allow The Mt. Vernon ( Bridge Company Ground On Which To Make Ap. Extension Of Their Plant Across West Burgess Street Council Takes Action On Monday Evening And Passes Ordinance By Vote Of To I A largo number of citizens of the west side were present at the regular mooting of tho city council, Monday evening to protest against a request made by tho Mt. Vornon Bridge Com pany that the city vacate a portion of West Burgess street, Just north of Uio plant of tbe bridge company, bo that new additions can be built to the bridge works, A potltlou. was presented by tho Mt. Vernon Bridge Company asking that council vacate a portion of the stroot. It was explained In the pe tition that tho company oxpocta to build a now addition of about 200 feet to tho present plant and extend their electric cranes for heavy work in ordonto compete with the big bridge companies ot tho country. Tho pe tition askod that a portion of W. Bur gess street from tho B. & O. tracks to tho west lino pf the property ot the bridge company ho vacated. This In cludes a strip of the street about 244 feet in length. The petition stated that if tho city vacated the. street that tho bridge company would open up Grouuwood street to Frances street mid construct a cement sidewalk on tho latter streot. The petition ex plained thut if the addition wan built to tho plant that business would be In cio.istiii and more men employed by the company. Upon motion of Mr. Weaver the pe tition was received and placed on file. An ordtuance was then Introduced vacating that portion ot Burgess street, as stuted above, in ordor that the bvldgo company may make the necessary Improvements. Komarks were then made by various pursons. President James Israel of the Mt. Vernon Bridge Company wuy tho first to spoak. He ttxplaineil the need ot this ground ami usked for favorable notion by .council on the ordinance. Those who spoke against tho vacating of tho atrnot wero Albert Faddls, Har ry Cochran, Mr. Woodford and others. Judge Frank O. Levering apoko lu be half of tho Brldgo Company, showing how Mt. Vernon will bo bonetitteil by tho closing of the street In ordor that the now addition may be built to tho plant. -Judge Levering urged council to pass tho ordinance. Brief remarks were mndo by Coun cilman Dublnsky who favored the pas- rage of thu ordinance und by Council muu Mu wo r, who opposed tho sumo. Mr, Oublnsky moved that tho rules be suspended and the ordlmmco bo read for the second time by Its title. Tho motion prevailed, all votlnir ayo, excepting Mr. Muwer. Mr. Dublnsky moved that the rules be suspended end Him ordinance lit carried to Its third reading. Carried, all voting In the ntllrntattve, excepting Mr. Muwer. Upon final pussuge all voted ayo, ex cepting Mr. Mawer and the ordinance vi uh declared ptmd by the' chair. Patulous wn urweutuil protesting ugulust Sunday baseball In the cor porate limits of the city. Thore wero many signers to the petitions, hut Clerk Woottou luuaumcoS thut thore wero ouly 20t voters, tho remainder being women. Upon motion of Mr. DuhlnsKy the pstttlons were rocolved and placed on lllo. A resolution vtus introduced do 'lining it necossar to pave Went Gambler street from Main stroot to Mulbotry street. Tho rules wero aim putided and tho resolution was road for tho si'u-oiii and third times and w is adopted, ull voting uyu. i Mr Soektw.ii ot a special committee announced that a meeting had been held with the county commissioners on Monday and that the comraislsoners had agreed to lend their aid in pro tecting the citizens of the west side against floods. Mr. Socktnan an nounced that a meeting of the com missioners and the city council would be held Saturday afternoon to go over the ground, A suggestion was made that tho west side citizens also appoint a committee to meet with council and the commissioners on that date. Accordingly Mr. Dublnsky offer ed a motion1 that the chair appoint, the committee. Tho motion prevailed, On that committee, President Banning appointed George Pugh, Alfred West, Harry Cochran, Clarence Jamison, Al bert Faddls, William Denman and Rus sell Buckingham. Mr. Weaver offered a mptlon that the service director bo requested to place an eleottlc light,, at tho end of Adams atreot, as petitioned for by the citizens of tuafyiclntty. r) Carried. tCity Solicitor Koona gavq.no.tice to council that the city hod been sued for,i?5G0 by former Sanitary Police man. Hadley. Upon motion the so lictor was Instructed to fuliy, Investi gate the petition and to make a fur ther report at the next meeting qf council. Carried. ; : Granted Certificates' At The Last Examination At tho March examination of teach ers the following were granted certi ficates by the county hoard of exam iners: Elementary One year Margery Barber, Ella M. Black, Ollle Brooks, Birdie T. Bricker, Madge Cassll, Ruth Loploy, Nellie Snow, Almoda Van Voorhis, Bessie Van Voorhis, W E. Bricker, Mt. Ver non; Ora Beheler, Hazel Daniels, Dell M, Hathaway, Fredericktown; Mary Cotton, Bryant C. Kerr, M. A. Nettle borst, Conterburg; Hazel DeWItt, Jas. 13. Lepley, Clarence Shaw, Danville; Myrtle Harris, Rich Hill. Two years Jes3to Bone, Florence Kluard, Mamie Van Voorhis, Mt. Vor non; Anna V. Halre, Howard; Sabra Mclntlro, Fredericktown; J. h. Clinton Burrlck, Black Run. Five years Grace Inks, Frederick town. High School One year Mae Pealer, Brink Hav en Threo years Ula Mae Johnson, F. M Thornhurg, Fredericktown; O. B. Cummins, Martlusburg. Kicked Stole 9n Tiie Wall At City Lock lip Clarence Latherna was arrested Monday morning by Oflloar George on a charge oC Intoxication and was placed In the city lock-up. Later In tho afternoon the prisoner put on a big Bhow and kicked a hole through tho plastering and lath from the lock up through Into tho council chamber. Considerable damage wa3 done. Thn prisoner was taken from the lock-up and placed in the county. Jail Monday ovonlng. - Lots In Akron To Bloom As Hardens Akron, O., March 31 The Akron real estate board, co-operating with the Chumbqr of Commerce for city gardens, today donated tho use of 138 plots ot ground to be used as va cant lot gardens. Tho movement Is ono to improve the eyesores ot the city. Prizes for the best gardens havo boon offered by the Chamber of Commerce. FINE LECTURES AT GAMBIER Dean Hodgo3 delivered two line lec tures (n Rosso Hall yostorday after noon and last ovonlng. A largo num ber wero In attondanco. Two lectures wero given today. PRACTICE DRILL Practlco drill was held by Battery D, ot flold artillery, ot this city on the paved streets Monday ovonlng. Seventy-two mon woro In lino and a ..'ood drill was hold. : s TEACHERS mil! MM ! MILLWOOD . .j. .j. .j. .j. ..j. .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. ,j. .j, .j. Mr. John Kirk, who has been work ing in Canton, was the guest of his brother David, Saturday and Sunday. Tho dance given by Mr. Lester Mellck of Esto, O.; at tho Country man Hall on Wednesday evening was well attended and enjoyed by all. Miss Breta Hill was the guest of Miss Cathrlno Humbert last week. Mr. Greoly Kino of Bladensburg, was the guest of Millwood friends Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Clove Stull expects to move on the White farm ;south of town soon. .MIbb Ella Countryman of Mt. Ver non, 1b the guest ot her mother. Messrs. George and John Doollttle wero called to Eesto, Sunday, by the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Eryln Doollttle. ' Mr. James Allen Is the guest of Mr. James Stone. '' Mr. Ellas McElroy expects to go to Virginia soon. ' Mrs. C. A. Trimble, who has been spending the winter at the home of her son, Coltimblisnear Delaware, O., has returned home. Look To Your Plumbing You know what' happens In a house in which tho plumbing is in poor con ditioneverybody In the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever. The digestive organs perform the same functions in tho human body as the plumbing does for the house, and they should be kept in first class condition all the time. If you have any trouble with your di gestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sale by all dealers. J f I f f !" f I 5 f ! BATEMANTOWN 4 ? ? T t ! ? Z Mr, Leroy Keyes who has been quite ill is better. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fidler spent over Sunday at Brink Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhul and son spent Sunday with their son, Lloyd Rhul and wife. Mr. Amos Werner who has been quite ill is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fredericks entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Francisco and Mrj. Sarah Murphy. Many from here attended the open ing of the H. E, Neptune music store at Fredericktown Saturday. The choir of tho M. church of this place will give an entertainment Satur day evennig, April 4th, consisting of music and u play, entitled, "Fun on TJ superior education and refinement, whose discernment ami judgment give weigh: amd force to their opinions, highly praise the won derful corrective and curative properties f Giamberlam's Stomach mi liver Tablets T&rougfcoui the many stages oiF woman's life, from girlhood, through the ordeals of motherhood to the declining years, there is no safer or more reliable medicine for" stomach troubles and constipation. Soli Everywhere at 25 Cente a Box Get one, too. Three hundred forty five thousarid and more Ford owners are getting maximum service au minimum cost. No matter for what purpose you want a car, you won't go wrong if you buy a Ford. Get Flvo hundred dollars Is tho new price of tho Ftord runabout; the touring car Is five ntty-all I- o. b, Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particular from AUTO INN F. J. Harris, Prop. the Podunk -Limited." Twonty-flve characters represented. Everybody 'como and enjoy a good laugh. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Horzog enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mra. L, D. Levering and son, Loyd, Miss Rebecca Dean and Mrs. Jenlngs Streby, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson ate Sun day dinner with the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mann. Grace Nlckroy Is home for a week's vacation. r- Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot be used in selecting a cough medicine for child ren. It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and Is a favorite with the mothers of young, children everywhere. For sale by all dealers. BRINK HAVEN The Aid society of the Methodist chdrch will serve ice cream, cake and colfee In the basement of the cnurcb Saturday evening April 11th. They will also have an Easter bazaar In connection. Sidney Englehart and Mrs. Jennie Smith were married last week; also Henry Hlbbets and Helen Gaines, ah of this place. Several In our town are suffering from effects of grip. Mr3. R. T. Fendrick and daughter, Fern, spent Saturday in MUlersburg. Miss Avla Neiderhouse of this placo spent Sunday with Edna Fltes of Glenmont The Baccalaureate sermon will be preached Sunday evening, April 12th, in tho Methodist church by Rev. Hoi lett ot Danville. Mrs. S. S. Day and son, Johu, were In Columbus Monday. Samuel Black ot Ashland is visiting friends and relatives hero this week. Mrs. Robert Putman who has been on the sick list tor some time Is im proving. Movlug season Is here; quite a few changes have been made the past week. Mrs. L, O. Bingham of Toledo is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Fen drick north of town. Rhodes Hyatt and wife have occu pied the Harry House on Front street, also Clyde Parson property has moved In tho lato Dr. Parson property which he purchased reticently of the heirs. Tho Poppleton Grocery, 23 East Gambler street, is the selling agent tor Chase & Sanborn's famous teas and coffees. tf II m levrasrnesi wpe, women ot .vjj Rv'y finished with five buttons in front. The bow and back arc made of lone loops. instead of tho usual ends. A sash like this added to any dre:3 you have, will bring it right inta the height of the prevailing mode The J, S. Ringwalt Co r Wall Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Clothes, Window Shades, ' Curtain Poles and Rods New Spring styles for Spring Cleaning New Stock Low Prices The Arnold Store urn SAUVET (40 lb. keg) ' SAL-VET 20 lb. keg) 8AL-VET (10 lb. keg) Bran Middlings Red Dog Special Middlings, (wneat and product) Corn and Oats Chop Shelled Corn . ...; Cracked Corn Choice Oats Wheat Rye Ear Corn Unbolted Meal . Screenings Alfalfa Meal Purina Dairy Feed Gluten Feed Cotton Seed Meal OH Meal Calf Meal Tankage (60 protein) Calf Meal Salt RJck Salt Baled Hay Baled Straw Purina Chick Food Purina Scratch Feed Success Scratch Feed Chicken Chowder Beef Scrap Beef Meal Poultry Bone ,. Oyster Shells Chicken Grit Charcoal Largo or small orders delivered to Retail Price The Noriftwesiepn Elevator $ Mm mmm No. 68 both phones 3rlllllVJ We now have on display a handsome array of spring suitings, including all the newest weaves, as well as conservative patterns. Select your suit and place your order now. We deliver at your pleasure. R. No. 11 Public Square Practical Tailor and Cutter, Curtis House Blck.' mm To Get Rid of Anything Yfcji Have Use a Banner Classified Ad. It Pays 1 y "La Belle" Ribbon Sash HIS original Sash requires 64 yards of 6 inch wide Satin Ribbon with pleated Empire Girdle 1 Papers, $25 $1.25 5 .75 $1.50 per 100 lbs. 1.50 per 100 lbs. 1.60 per 100 lbs. corn 1.50 per 100 lbs. I.40 per 100 lbs. , 80 per bushel 1.50 per 100 lbs. 50 per bushel 1.00 per bushel 80 per bushel ,... .80 per bushel 1.50 per Ijpo Iba. 1.30 per 100 lbs. i.go per 100 Iba. 1.50 per 100 lbs. (.60 per 100 lbs. 1.85 per 100 Iba. : 1.8O per 100 Iba. .03 per pound 2.50 per 100 lbs. 03 per pound 1.25 per barrel , .01 per pound 80 per 100 lbs. 50 per 100 lbs. 2.10 per 100 lbs. 1.60 per 100 lbs. i.eo per 100 lbs. 2.00 per 100 lbs 03a per pound 03 per pound 03 per pound 70 per 100 lbs. 80 per 100 lbs. .03 per pound any pirt of th city. Terms Ch. ML Vernon, Ohio. 3UIIIIU3 DOELFS mm n ft s , ft Si V ! .-j.,1 mahlnftj J4tfr- flfr- WfttWiifriin ..in lift uijfaliT fftfair't St fwfoil. A.'i - VrrnnnwBiMiilMi 1 htniww fra M