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THE DEMOORATIO BANNER
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1BI6
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The Store That Saves You Money
137 South Main Street Citizens' Phone 114 & 115; Bell Phone 224 R
Specials For Friday And Saturday
My meats have a flavor pe
culiar to tho moat cut from
jprlmo corn-fed beef cattle
Soft WtiB of Beef, por lb. .. .13c
Short Itlbs of Beef (plate)
per lb 13c
Loan Boiling Beef, por lb.. 14c
liancy center cuts of Chuck,
per lb 16c
Fancy Chuck Steak, per lb. 17c
Fresh Shoulder I'ork Chops,
per lb..... 18c
Fresh ground Hamburg, por
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
Fancy hard rlpo Tomatoes,
per lb 16c
Fancy leaf Lettuce, per lb.. 12c
Mew Boots, bunch Sc
Mow Carrots, bunch 5o
Long Ked Radishes, four
Oood Eating Applos per pk. 30c
Fancy Sun-Klst Lomons, G
Fancy California Oranges,
dozen 20c, 30c, 40c
Fancy Large Qrapo Fruit
4C size, each 10c
64 size, 3 for 25c
80 size, 4 for 25c
'Fancy Hallowoo Dates (bulk)
per lb 10c
Mother's Bread, largo loaf
Fancy Ityo Broad, loaf 5o
Fresh baked Joll Rolls each 7c
Eggs, 20c; butter, 32c.
Dr N. II. Eastman mado a business
-trip to Utlca Thursday.
Caster post cards, beautiful de
' tlgns, 10 cents per dozen. The Book
:nd Art Shop.
J. n. Ulblet of Lomlonvillo spent
Tauniday In Mt. Vernon on business.
4talk garden seeds at WooIboh'b
Ifra, Columbus Ewalt of East High
treet wont to Columbus Thursday to
fljpond a fow days with relatives.
"Mrs. Frank Martin of Utlca was a
irtellor hero on Thursday,
Mrn. A. P. Cary spent Thursday
'WttU friends in tho city.
Eaater cards and booklets now on
'oats. Large variety at prices from 1
ent to 25 cents. The Book and Art
Mru. Hull Hammond of Millwood
ttsBt Thursday with frlonds In Mt,
Bfra. Harah Conn of West Curtis
JMfvel wont to Kancsvillo Thursday to
WlsH over Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. J. W. Daney of Elyrla Is tho
1$TCbt of Mr. and Mrs. Norman L, Dan
", C3ittit Lamartlno street. ,
Amplications for 1916 automobllo
vtaea may be obtulnod ut tho Bannor
'&co Croo of cliargo.
Vr. -and Mrs. Guy Clutter of East
tthnalranick streot spent Thursday In
-UMtambuH on biiHluosB.
L Paul's guild will hold a food
tMlt Itopo's storo Saturday, April 8,
ft I o'clock.
afira. Hidnoy JeuulngH of East llur
iMEom litroot spent Thursday In Dan
"Kla with frlonds.
- TUu npnclal display of now spilng
iSBWOiandlHo coutluucH all this week
st Ring wait's.
3JCB3 I'Yances Smith or East Chest
arftutrcot Is spending a fow days with
'Ofslonda In Westurvlllo.
'Concert by Housohold of Huth on
Thursday evening In Odd Follows'
Miss Esther Smith of East Client
Twit Hlroot left Thursday for an ox
''tandod visit In Columbus,
floorgo Metcalf and family of East
Qfcto avenue are moving to a farm
William Ward of West Vino Btroot
mt Thursday In Columbus on bus!-
Hint sweet peas now, Cholco mix
ataeod, 2 ounces for 5c, at Woolson's
Mra. J. T. Wolshymor and MIsb
'WftUihymur of East Burgess street
ftpeat Thursday in Columbus.
JUro. Kato L. Hcarbrough of Wost
Sllib. ntroot spoilt Thursday In Co
tlunuus with friends.
Vro. Edward Quldor of Mt. Vernon
Ms visiting relatives and friends In tho
cky. Delaware Journal Herald.
Mlsa Hazel Worley, who Is a stu
aeut at Oborlln college, loft WcdnuH--Any
to rcsumo her work after a visit
nrllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Park
D. Worloy of West Chestnut street.
Fresh Buns, dozen 8c
Fruit Bars, dozen 8c
Oatmeal Cookies, dozen .. .8c
' Flue Granulated Sugar, 10
lbs. for 70c If bought -with other
groceries and only 10 lbs, to a
Golden Sheaf Flour, 24 1-2
lb. sack 80c
Potatoes, good eating stock,
por bushol $1.25
Scratch Feed, Bluo Hen
brand, 10 lbs 22c
Sun-Klst Com, per can 10c
Fancy Evaporated Corn, per
lb. ' 122c
Van Camp's Early Juno I'cas,
extra lino sifted, regular
15c valuo can, 13c; 2 cans 25c
Van Camp's Soups, regular
10c can, .'! cans 25c
Navy Beans, 2 lbs 15c
Lima Beans, 2 lbs 15c
Wesson Oil for salads and
cooking, wholesome and
delicious, regular 25c can 23c
Prunes, Santa Clara, largo
size, 2 lbs 25c
Fancy Evaporated XX Mulr
Peaches, 2 lbs 25c
California Muscatol Raslns
bulk, per lb 8c
Sea Foam Washing Powder,
3 pkgs 10c
Swift's White Laundry Soap
C bars 16c
Best Grade Lump Starch
(Argo) 5 lba 15c
Wall Paper Cleaner, regular
10c can 7c
A. L. Whlto, formerly of this city,
has becomo prcsldont of a now stool
company In Huntington, W. Va.
Mr. und Mrs. D. L. Jonklns of North
McKonzIo street nro spending tho
day with Utlca friends.
Mrs. Loonard E. Rawllnson of
North Muln street Is spending a weok
with her parents In Martlnsburg.
Martin A. Thiol wont to Parkers
burg, W. Va., Thursday on a buslnoss
trip of sovoral days.
Mrs. Thurman Moran of tho Mar
tlnsburg road Is spending a weok
with rolntives In Utlca.
Mrs. Anulo Goddard of Gambler
was In tho city Thursday. Sho wont
to Znncsvlllo to visit with rolatlvoa
ovor tho wook-ond.
Mrs. Logan Wills of Frcdorlcktown
spont Thursday hero with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 1). Horsoy, of
If. II. Gray and W. D. Minor of Co
lumbus spent Wodnesday hero with
Agent Goorgo A. Choynoy of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wobstor of Acu
doinla. loft Thursday for BarnosvHlo,
whom thoy will conduct religious ser
vices for sovoral wooks.
Mrs. J. L. Blind and Mrs. "A7""l.
Blind of Chicago, 111,, who have beun
visiting with relatives in tho county,
returned to their homes on Thursday.
Ladles nro Invited to attend Mrs.
HarrlB' millinery opening Friday and
Saturday, April 7 and 8. No. 9 1-2
Wost Vino streot.
Mrs, Guy Blulmugh nnd daughter,
Holon, of Eaat Vino Btroot went to
Dnnvlllo Thursday to spend tho day
Special for Saturday: 50 dozen
canvass gloves, 10c kind for 5c.
Lurle's clothing store, 225 South Main
Mrs. .lonulo Dorsoy wont to Clove-
land Thursday to spend a week with
her boii, Charles, who Is playing In tho
1 rlBuiUa theatre In that city.
Herbert Smith and Milton Itoekwoll
returned homo Thursday from a busi
ness trip to Richmond und New Cas
Miss Elizabeth Trimble of East Su
gar street entered Grant hospital, Co
lumbus, Thursday to receive treat
ment. Mrs. M. M, McDonough of East
Chestnut street returned homo Thurs
day after a short visit with relatives
Our spring suits, hats and furnish
ings are on display at reasonable
prices. Lurle'a clothing store, 225 S.
Miss Mao Morton, who has heou
Bpondlng u fow days with her slator,
Miss Anna Morton, of tho Columbus
road, rcturnod to her homo In Itlch-
wood Thursday. '
Booklovers' Contest Notice Use a
rubber stamp for Blgnlng your cou
pons. Neater and quicker. For sale
at the Book and Art 8hop.
John Burkepllo of Frcdorlcktown
spent Wednesday with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Homer Burkopllo of West High Btrcot.
llo loft Thursday morning for Elyrla,
whero ho will spend a fow days at
tending to business mutters.
Charles Temple of Howard was a
business visitor In thl3 city on Wed
nesday. Dr. J. W Buxton of Howard was a
business visitor In Mt. Vernon Wed
nesday. Mrs. Charles Berry of Howard Is
tho guest of Mrs. Scott Rlghtmlro of
W. P. Sawvel left Wednesday on a
business trip to Nowark, Columbus
nnd West Mansfield.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Spcelman of
Park street spent Wednosday In Co
lumbus on business.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hngun of North
Main street havo returned from a vis
it of several months In Florida.
Miss Elslo Grimm of South Main
street spent Wednesday In Danville,
tho guest of her parents.
Mrs. S. A. Collins returned to her
homo In Gambler Wednesday after a
short visit with nor sister, Mrs.
George Mochwart, of South Vernon.
Winflold Fowler of Howard return
ed to his home Wednesday aljter
spending several days with his son,
Lewis, of South Vernon.
Mrs. John Herschlor and sons, Rus
sell and Charles, returned to their
home In Bucyrus Wednesday after a
short visit with rolatlvos In this city.
Judgo Frank O. Levering, district
lecturer, went to Utlca Wednesday to
inspect Licking lodge No. 291, P. &
A. M of that village.
Mrs. J. O. McKee, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Ogg, of West Vino Btroot, returned
to her homo in Akron Wednosday.
Mrs. Herbert Gamble returned on
Wodnesday to her homo In Hamilton
after a short visit with friends In this
Mrs. Lawrenco Mitchell of Center
burg returned to her homo Wednes
day after a short visit with relatives
In Mt. Vernon.
Mrs, William Flumorfelt of East
High street left Wednesday for a
short visit with relatives in Johns
town. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hill and son,
Henry, and John Franklin went to
Tlllln Wednesday to attend tho fun
eral of the late Mrs, Dolmer.
Miss Marjory Bonoy roturned Wed
nesday to her school work in Dcnlson
college, Granvlllo, after a visit of a
week with relatives horo.
MrB. Bert Bartram and daughter,
south of tho city, wont to Mansfield
Wednesday. Thoy will visit In Gall
on boforo returning homo.
Mrs. Mae McDcrmott returned to
her homo In ColumbuB Wednesday
after a short visit with Mrs. Georgo
WUnor of South Malu street.
Mrs. Charles Williams of Findlay,
who has been the guest of her son,
Albert Williams, of WeBt Vine street,
returned homo Wodnesday,
Mrs. Ray Wost, who has beon
spending a fow days with Mr. and
Mrs. ltoy Carroll of tho Granvlllo
road, returned .to her homo In Syl
Miss Florenco FlBhburn, who has
been spending the past week with
rolatlvos In South Vernon, returned
Wednesday to Granville. Sho 1b a
student In Denlson university.
BY THOMAS O'NEIL OF NEWARK;
C0NFER8 WITH OFFICER PUR
CELL. Seeking information Uiat would load
to tho discovery of tho whereabouts
of his flftoon-year-old son, Thomas
O'Noil of Nowark waB In tho city
Wodnesday In couforenco with Juvo
ullo Oillcer Patrick Purcoll.
O'Noil stated to tho officer that his
son had loft Nowark in company with
two other boys who, ho thought, lod
his child astray. Mr. O'Noil has beon
utterly uimblo to locato tho child
since and nuked tho aid of Oillcer
Turns Out in Goodly Numbers Wed
Tito Qloanors, Mrs. Brown's clasB
of tho M. P. church, met in tho church
parlors Wednosday afternoon with n
Tho prosldent, Mrs. A. B. Jones, had
cliargo of tho mooting. Tho meeting
was oponod, by singing "Prnlao Him."
Dovotlonals by Mrs. Laraboo.
Song "God Will Tako Caro of
Aftor tho bUBlnoss hour, refresh
ments woro served by tho following:
Mcsdamcs Ford, Mavis, Collo, Bishop,
Kost, Iatlmoro, Lowe and Mamlo
WILL OCCUR SOON
J I J I I ! l I I ! E ! I4
Tho third regular mooting of the
Pleasant grango locturo hour contost
will occur Friday ovonlng, April 14,
Tho Ladlos' Auxiliary of Clinton
giaugo will hold an all-day quilting
party In tho grango hall on Thursday,
April 13, Each lady Is roquoRtod to
bring her own lunch.
Have you availed vourself of the
DELINEATOR'S SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION
Inquire at our Butterlck Department
! Best Selected Fabrics
In a season when the fabric markets present many unusual conditions, of scarcity, of rising costs, of
dye difficulties, you will find much satisfaction in our carefully selected stocks of silks and wool fabrics.
Many of the novelties cannot be duplicated for good mills are experiencing much difficulty in making
We have much here that merits your immediate inspection. . ,
In the Wool GoodsOSection:
NEW COATINGS AND SUITINGS In many novel effects In
checks, stripes and plaids, per yard. . ..S1.00 TO S2.50
SHEPHERD CHECKS A variety of shepherd checks In 3C nnd
GG in. widths nnd priced from, yrd 15c TO S1.50
WHITE STORM SERGE 50 In. sponged and shrunk, all wool
.storm Hergo In cream whlto.per yard SI .00 & S1.25
FRENCH SERGE Every wanted shade such as navy, black,
wine, coponhagen, olive, myrtlo grcon, cardinal, gray, old
rose, tan, brown, purple, lavender, 3G in. wide and all wool,
per yard 50c
STORM SERGES 50 in. storm serges in all leading colors, all
wool, sponged and shrunk; the best storm sergo mado at this
price SI .00 & SI .25
TUSSAH CLOTH 42 inch Tussah cloth, an excellent wearing
mohair und wool fabric in green, brown, black, navy and Co
penhagen, per yard $1.25
POPLINS AND GABERDINES All wool poplins and gabordlnos,
very much used for skirts and suits, hero In all leading shades
at S1.00 & S1.50
FRENCH SERGE All wool French serge, 48 nnd 50 inches wide,
in black, wine, Copenhagen, greon, navy and brown,
per yard SI .00 & S1.25
I The Johnston - Walker - McCrackin Co. 1
Mrs. Hoy Walker and children, Hol
on and Robert, of Wooster avenue
wont to Gambler Thursday to spend
tho day with relatives.
Mrs. Frod A. Clough of East Lam
artlno streot roturned to her homo
Wednosday, after an oxtonded visit in
Rochester and Auburn, N. Y and oth
er eastorn points!
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W. Slovens of
Columbus rcturnod homo Wednosday
night nftor a visit with Mrs, Helen
StovoiiB and Mrs. Carrio TIHon of
North Main street.
Bllnn Goarliart of Mlltord township
was takon to Columbus Thursday for
an appendicitis oporation at Grant
hospital. Mr. Goarliart formerly at
tended Mt, Vernon high school.
Juvonlle Oillcer Patrick Purcoll re
ports that Master Thoodoro Gllmorc,
ono of tho Inmntes of tho Children's
Homo, who Is suffering ut tho Mt.
Vernon hospital with a gathering In
tho head, is Improving. Tho offlcor
visited Master Theodore on Wodnes
day. Mrs. S. A. Colwlll and MrB, A. G.
Dumbauld mid daughter, Virginia,
havo returned to their homes in
Johnstown after a short visit with
Mrs. Colwill's son, Burton Colwlll, of
East High streot..
Mrs. Lynn Plorco and daughter,
Virginia, returned to their homo in
Conterburg Thursday, after a short
visit with Mrs. Plorco'H slstor, Mrs.
Margaret Morrison, of East Ham
William K. Evans, who Inspected
Kinsman Council Wednesday night,
returned Thursday to his homo In
Chllllcotho. Whllo horo, ho was the
guost of Mr and Mrs. Lewis P.
SclmiiH, Kdgewood road.
I'ostmnhte, S, G, Dowds expects to
go to Columbus Snturduy to attend tho
meeting of Ohio postmastors of tho
firBt, Bccond and third claBB olllces. A
permanent organization will bo formed
nt this meeting, and about 200 post
mostors will ho ollglblo for membership.
Coat & Suit Styles
Mrs. Truman Benedict
Mrs. Truman Benedict diod at her
homo near Gambior Wednosday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock aftor a two
wooks' Illness of ho grip. Tho de
ceased was OG years old, having beon
born In Manchester, Vt, Fobruary 10,
1821. Sho was married on July 10,
1852, to Truman Benedict of Mt. Ver
non. Mr. Benedict died about 12
yonrs ago. In tho course of hor long
nnd useful llfo Bho mado many
frlonds who slnccroly mourn hor
death. Tho remains llo In stato nt
tho lato homo Friday from 9 a. m. un
til 1 p. in. Tho funoral Friday after
noon nt 2:30 nt tho Gambior M. E.
church, Rev, Ilussoll officiating. In
tormont in tho Gambior comctory.
WILL OCCUR SOON
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The annual meeting of tho
Homomakors' class will bo hold Fri
day evening, April 7, at tho homo of
William Welsh, 505 East High streot.
The United Prayer Bond moots
at tho homo of Benjamin Brown, 309
North Norton streot. Friday night at
7 o'clock; also at tho homo' of Mrs.
Amanda Oles, 8 Ann streot, Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
EPIDEMIC AT A8HLAND
Ashland schools, us woll as moving
plcturo houses, havo closed on ac
count of a slight epidemic of scarlet
fever. Lewis P. Schnus of this city
was to havo inspector tho Ashland
ohaptor of Royal Arch Masons Wed
nesday night, but rocelvod word that
tho ban had boon placed on public
Monroo Kauffman of West High
streot wont to Dayton Thursday
You should have your new Suit fitted over one of
our late style AMERICAN LADY CORSETS
$1.00 and $5.00
This is surely a silk season, used sep rate
or In combination for coats, su!t6, dresses
TAFFETA SILKS 36 in. taffeta silks In
plain shades of r,eseda, light blue,
pink, ivory, pigeon blue, Copenhagen,
brown, tan, myrtle, navy, rose; priced
BLACK TAFFETA 36 and 40 inch black
taffeta silks ranging In price
from S1.00 TO S2.25
MESSALINE SILKS Colored messallno silks, 36 inches wide, in all
wanted shades at the old price of, per yard 1.00
FANCY SILKS 36 in. fancy striped messalineE, taffetas nnd gios-de-londres
In beautiful patterns and qualities, yard.. SI TO S1.59
CREPE-DE-CHINES All silk crepo-dechlne 40 hi. wide in thirteen
leading shades, worth on today's market $1.50; priced here, per
yard S1 .25
FOUNDATION SILKS 36 in. plain color foundation silks in eighteen
different shades, per yard 25c
SILK POPLINS 10 In. silk and wool poplins, nc hotter wearing cloth
made.' Here in twenty-flvo different shades, per yard SI. 25
CREPE-DE-CHINE, 59c 36 In. crepe-de-chlne iu nlle, copen, lavender,
bine, pink, black, maize, reseda, navy, white and rose
per yard 59c
FANCY SILKS 36 in. fancy silks in at least twenty-four different
stylos of plaids, stripes and floral effects; very handsome and styl
ish; priced per yard 50c 59c & G9c
COIN SPOTS Paris says a big revival in coin spot silks. We are
showing' in our south window six different color combinations iu
nn excellent forty In. foulard, per yard SI .50
JAP SILKS Both plain and floral effects in 36 in. Jap habutai silks
that afford excellent service, per yard S1.00
SPECIALS POR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I
Extra Nice Crisp Lettuce, lb 10c
quality uienu uonoe, wortn auc iu zdc
Old Rellablo Royal Blend Coffee, per lb 24c
Extra Nice Dry Lima Beans, three lbs. for 20c
Extra Nice Hand Picked Soup Beans, threo lbs. for 25c
Hlnklo's Buckwheat and Pancake Flour 8c
Extra Fancy Evaporated Apricots, 2 lbs 25o
Extra Fancy Evaporated Peaches, 2 lbs , 15c
Prunes, (California) per lb , .- 10c, 12 and 15c
Bulk Raisins, nlco and clean, per lb 10c
Seeded Raisins, full weight packago 10c
Regular Hams, from 6 to 10 lbs., per lb 19c
Puro Kettlo Rendered Lnrd, lb iZy2o
Edgemont Round Crackers, lb 10c
Taylor's Best nnd Century Flour, half sack 85c
Family and Opal Flour, half sack 80c
Cracked Hominy, threo lbs. for ,..: 10c
Bulk Rolled Oats, 4 lbs 15c; 7 lbs 25c
Bulk Glass Starch, lb , 4c; 7 lbs 25c
Tho Bost Gc Toilet Paper, 7 rolls 25c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for j ,25c
Golden Rod Washing Powder, threo packages 10c
A. H. Hamilton's
New York. April 6. Manufacturers
of toxtilo goods met horo and organ
ked tho Knit Goods Association of
Now York City, with the avowed pur
rtse of protest'ng against what they
charged was dlrrlmlnation asainst
them by rnllror-dB In the delivery of
goods. It was ubsorted that exports
wero being favored at the expense of
domestic tlilpmtnts. Tho association
will ask the eastern freight accumu
lation conference now In session
hore, for permission to send a rppre
sentntivo to Its meetings.
Capturrd Turkish Positions.
London, April C, Gencrnl Lake, In
command of tho relief force whlrti Is
nttomrtlnp to aid tho beleaguered
Brlt'sh M opc'amla force at Kut-el-Amam,
lopjrted to the war ofhco that
tho Tlcis corps attacked and carried
tho Turkish position at TJmm-ol-Han-nah,
on tho Tigris, about twenty-thrco
mllos cBt of Kut-el-Amara.
Quality Gash Grocery
Mrs. Agnes Middleton, forty, wife
of John Middleton, who, according to
tho police, killed himself n year ago,
was found murdered in bod at her
homo la Chicago. Motive robbery.
David R. Forgan, president of tho
National City bank, Chicago, bellevea
that financial panics resulting In sus
pension of currency payments by
United States banks are ovor for all
Toledo, April 6. Guards were on.
3uty aroar.d tho Gchoolhouso at Ver
million. Thicnts to blow up the school
i:ero contained '.n an anonymous lot
ter found tu the school.
Mrtal Workern Strike.
Young3town, O.. April 0. Four hun
dred sheec metal workers nt the plant
o! the General Flreptooflng company
nre on strlko because of tho dfschargo
of fifty employes due to their union
Affiliations, onion leaders say.