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,j?-'nhT?V1' v riwwwww " '" -y lf TW THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1016 AGE TWO ' ?,. r r ; i . i I t I t I 1 L 1 j f4 FINED FOR CONTEMPT -,Mjc Blair Assesses Alice Stevens $100 ier Violation Of Court's Re straining Order Severance Of Martial Ties Sought By Woman Will Of Lorain Benedict Ad mitted To Probate ither Notes From The County Court House In Imposing a lino of $100 on Alice Stevens Friday, Judgo Park B. Blair terminated an action which aroso from all sorts of alleged "cussedness" on tho part of tho defendant. Tho dofendant was found guilty of contompt of court by Judgo Blair, the action having tho tltlo of William Purdy, guardian, vs. Allco Stovcns and dealt with a violation of an in junction Issued somo tlmo since, re straining Mrs. Stovcns from interfer ing with tho acts of William Purdy as guardian. Tho lino of $100 was suspended 'with tho provision that tho defendant ceaso her tactics which wero very -objoctlonnblo to Purdy and wero In violation of tho order of tho court. o Wants Divorce Clarissa Shrimp vs. Samuel h. Shrimp is the tltlo of an action for dlvorco. Plaintiff states slio and de fendant wero murriod on Fobruury 12, 1907, nnd two children were born to Uio union. Sho charges dotondunt with gross neglect of duty and fnlluro to support. Sho further alleges thnt TSerondont has been guilty of wilful j&scaco slnco September HO, 1910, -selling all household goods at that tleno and taking proceeds with him. -'Slnco Hint lime, sho has been forced t Hve with her parents In Plko town riWj. Sho asks for dlvorco, custody &F minor children. Lot C. Stlllwoll represents her. o WIS1 Admitted Tho will of Ixraiu Benedict has tkceu admitted to probate. It was ex vested on May 18, 1915, In tho pres imca of Emma Woollson and Lydla Aynrs. By its terms,, $200 is bo--quo&lhod to tho Methodist Episcopal Ckurcli of Oamblor, nnd $100 each to "SVoman Secord, Mluorva .Incoba nnd Mary Ayurs, nftor tho payment of 3ttiexal expenses. Mluorva Jncotin and. Mury Ayors uro mimed oxecu nrlcoa with no bond. Tlioy have been appointed and John Cunningham, W4111aiii Carlisle- and Harry Holmes :hvo been named uppialsors. o 'Injunction Sought Ada 11. Slilvoloy 1ms brought pro ceedings, seeking to enjoin Uldnmla It. Pipes and Alonzo Pipes from cut lnn down tlmbor. Slio states sho owM corlaiu prnporly, Hiibjeet to tho life ostato of lior mother, Dldnmla Pipes, und that dufondantB have cleared tholr In ml of vaiuablo tlmbor, doprocintiug greatly tho value of tho .awoporty. She asks that defendant ""fca unjoined from furtlior cloarlng and that tho llfo estato of her mothor bo forfeited to her. J. II. Graham and 5. A. Horry roprcBont tho plaintiff. BJ Confirmed la Uio petition to soil real estato of 'Cttnton M. Hire, guardian of Suslo I. Uoovlcr, vs. Suslo I. Iloovlor, an or ec of salo ha been returned and the kuui confirmed. First and Final Jamoa A. Schaoffor, guardian of Busan A, Welsh, an lmbocllo, has filed a first and final account showing receipt of $7,G79.G2, disbursements or ?C98.72, leaving a balanco of $0,080.00. o 'Court Journal Laurtt Simpklns vs. William Simp-ftiua-Causo dismissed. Bessie A. Simpklns vs. Charles' Simpklns Cause dismissed. John Lepley vs. Emma C. Lcplcy Continued. John C. nine vs. ML Vernon Coal & Ico Co. Suhmltted and held under advisement. J. J. Pealor vs. Tho Cockley Min ing Co. Submitted and hold under advlsoment. Roso U. Dcspontln vs. Jules Des pontln Causo dismissed at co3t of defendant. Iola Harris vs. Charles Harris Temporary alimony allowed In sum of $5 por week, payments starting April 22. Juvenile Court Two cases, dealing with the de pendency of two small children, were heard Saturday by P. L. Wllklns, judge of tho Juvenile court. Deeds Filed J. A. Ban to O. B. Hubboll, parcel in Hilliar, ?1. Elizabeth Woodruff to J. A. Barr, S acrcB in Hilliar, ?G00. RING MASTER CHOSEN FOR "Y." A CREDIT TO MANAGEMENT Tho Y. M. C. A. circus Is coming out with an announcement extraordi nary when It gives to tho public tho fact that tho ringmaster of tho per formances next Tuesday and Wed nesday will bo Thomas L. Bogardus. Tho management feels Hko receiving congratulations on securing so able a director of the various acts. Circus is in the air ovorywhoro up at tho "Y." building. It la nil you hoar talked. It soems to fill all of the waking hours of tho boys and it Is surmised that It may fill tho dreams of soma. Thoro la ono act that will draw the attention of a great many people. Tho eleventh act will bo a demonstration of tho scienco of boxing by Frank Butler and Frod Glenn. This will bo an opportunity to see two woll quali fied and experienced men dlspluy the various forms of attack and defenso "WOODCRAFT" IN CITIES How Much Do Town People Know About Their Environments? (Florida Metropolis.) City woodcraft sounds paradoxical until ono accepts Mr. Ernost Thompson-Solon's definition of woodcrnft as tho adaptation of a man to his envir onment. Ho Is trying to encourage city men to study their surroundings on, woodsmen do, and to learn through tholr study to bo rosourcoful In adapt ing themsolvos to tho clrcumBtances in which they. llvo. City folks sottlo too easily Into rou tino and are notably unobservant of things around thorn. Can you name, In tho correct order, tho Btoros or bus iness places on any one" block of your town? Do you know how many kinds of trees thoro nro In tho block in which you llvo? Can you namo the varieties and toll which is which? How is your rcsldonco street paved? Why was it paved thnt way instoad of somo other way? Why aro poplar trees bad for city streets? How does your town dispone of its sowngo? lis garbage? Is Uio dispos al satisfactory? Is it economical or wasteful for tho taxpayors? If you had a flro in your house and tho flro department was out of com mission, how would you go to work to put It out? What ought you to savo first, nfter tho family? What would you do If your town wore struck by a cyclone? Why is a barber polo red nnd white? Who Is your health olllcer? Why do you sprinkle ashes on leu? Why salt? That's a ntnrtor. It you onco begin to observe things in your wnlk about town nnd tho neighboring- country you'll bogin to find this "cltycraft" as thrilling as any dotoctlvo story, and ulto as UHoful to yoursolf na tho In dian's woodcraft Is to him. 1 SLAYER TO DIE AT SING SING MONDAY Now York, April 22 Joseph C. Hancr, who was found guilty of tho murder of Mrs. Julia Hullner, a wonltliy widow In Brooklyn, will bo electrocuted In Slug Sing prison Mon day morning. Hanoi killed Mrs, Hell nor on April 23, 191C, by striking her over tho head with a bottlo. Ho lied and tho pollco did not got traco of him until February of this yoar, when ho wna arrested in Baltimore. Fin ger prints on tho bottlo ontored into tho Identification of tho murderer, When brought fnco to face With tills ovidonco, Honor confessed. Ho was tried in March and found guilty of first degree murder. Honor was em ployed by tho wealthy widow ob a butlor.. J. M. Moto, doputy stoto Inspector of woightB nnd measures, spont Thnrbday and Friday with J, C. Tin Uoy, making arrangomonti) for future work In tho weights nnd measures department. A SUFFRAGE TRIP Two Ardent "Gists" Set Across the Continent. Out WILL TOOL THEIR OWN CAR. Armed Agnlnst Mosquitoes, Rattle snakes, Moxicans and Hunger, Two Adventurous Women Start For Cali fornia With a Small Auto. No women have ever before made the trip Just started by Mrs. Alice Snitjcr Burke and Miss Nell Richard son of New York city. On April 0 they left Columbus Circle nnd were escorted to the Forty-second street fer ry on their first lap to Trenton. N. J., by hosts of suffragists In automobiles. Before they see New York city again these women will have made a trip of Photo by Anitrlcnn Press Association. HIS. AMCB BNITjnn BUIlKE. 15,000 miles In a little car, eo light It can be pushed nbout by hand. En route they will trnverso twenty-five states? anions them four on the Mexi can oordcr. How to provide against mosquitoes In Jersey and rattlesnakes and Gila monsters in Arizona, hostile Mexicans on the Toxns frontier nnd hunger everywhere will bo among the prob lems of these errant ladies, who fenr nothing at all, not even punctures. Miss Uicbnrdson, who was born In Virginia nnd halls from Maryland, says she will solve the hunger prob lem by cnrrylng a flreless cooker on the running board, nnd Mrs. Hurke fcnys she fears no accident, for otic can put on her own tires and that without "getting myself dirty. I don't hnvc to crawl out from under n cor ns black ns my hat," sho states. She certainly looks Immaculate enough In the picture. At the end of every day's long run there will be n suffrage- speech given '-somewhere In America" for tho Natlonnl Woman Suffrage association, nnd the occasions at which thoso will occur will take in nil possible social groups nnd a varie ty of locutions. Tho compnet compart ments of tho suffrage enr, In which tho women uro advised to entry "an ax for cutting firewood, a shovel to dig themselves out of mudholcs, a pistol ngalust rattlesnakes nnd n rope to tow some other unfortunate," will also car ry evening nnd afternoon gowns for the speakers. Mrs. Uurke Ik a western woman, whoso first husband. Captain Arm strong, was one of Iloosevclt's "rough riders" In the Cuban war. Sbo has c daughter, who was tho center of a lit tle story which Colonel Roosevelt cnll- ed "the prettiest Incident of his west ern trip" when ho was in California during his presidency. At Captain Armstrong's denth Mr. Itoosovclt struck off a copy of n bronze medal and sent It home to tho captain's daughter. Yearn nfterward when he wna riding In stnto through San Fran cisco's streets the president snw tho llttlo child standing on the curb wenr Ing her medal, nnd ho stopped tho pro cession to lift the child Into his car. "My little rough rider," he called hor. Plankod Shad, Have n fish cleaned nnd bpllt down the back, wnsh nnd wlpo dry. nave ready u clean ouk or hickory plank nbout two and n half inches in thick ness nnd tho length of your oven. Sot in ovou until heated through. Rub shad with plenty of butter nnd sprinkle with Bait and pepper. Lay It open side up on hot plank nnd fasten cor ners with tin tacks. Lay plank on up per grating nnd xub fish frequently with butter untjl done. Carefully lift tho tacks and plqco ObIi on a hot plat ter. Qnrnlsh with slices of lemon and sprigs of parsley. Daisy Lace, ncro uro directions for making this effective lacos Ch 14, lNtl Into Bth st from noodle, ch 5, 1 d Into hole, ch 5, 1 d Into hole, eh B. 1 d Into holo, ch 5, 1 d Into hole, ch fi. 1 1 Into hole, ch 5, 1 d Into 11 n of ch, ch 2, 1 d Into Inst st, eh ft, turn, 1 Into d, ch ft, 1 d Into Heond petnl of flower, ch ft, 1 d luto sumo hole, ch ft. 1 il Into new hole, eh ft, 1 d Into hole, ch ft, 1 d Into hole, oh ft, 1 d Into hole, ch ft. 1 1 into hole, ch ft, 1 d Into d. ch 2, 1 d luto Ud st, et Ah, 31ilh A ifa? S$Mr mm Wini im'i 3'WmL SLEUTEJSSTUMB1E INTO A BIG CATCH Go to Railway Station For Small Fish and Land a Whale. ALSO SEIZE SiULEN SECURITIES Suspect Now In Baltimore Jail, Held In Connection With the Million Dol lar Mail Robbsry On a Now York Ferryboat Prisoner Stoutly De clares He Picked Up Satchel On Train Alleged Pal Indicted. Baltimore Md., April 22. Postofflco Inspectors wont to Union Station looking for a man who had forged a money order. They did not find him, but, instead, stumbled into ono of the biggest catches in years. Instead of tho forger, they picked up, almost wholly by accident, 13. J. Quiggley as ho stepped from a train from New York, nrrcsted him and found in a little black satchel ?400, 000 in securities stolen from a mall truck on a New York ferry boat In February. These securities are now In a vault in tho postofflco. Quiggley Is In a cell in the Central police sta tion, hold for tho federal authorities, charged with robbery. The loot taken from the satchel is tho remainder of tho celebrated $1,000,000 robbery that startled the country by tho daring of the robbers. By a strange fate Qulggloy was ar rested in Baltlmoro only a few hours after Thomas F. Benson "nnd been In dicted by the federal grand Jury in Now York for alleged complicity in tbe robbery. He was arrested while attempting to pawn Jewels said to have been stolen from one of the pouches. Four pouches In nil were stolen from the mail truck, two being from Boston. Nervous and peculiar actions on the part of Quiggley caused his arrest. He was fidgety and was costing hurried glances about the sta tion when the Inspectors first saw him. He resembled slightly the man they were seeking. Ho was approach ed, and, startled by tho action of the Jf specters, started to put up a fight. The odds wero against him nnd ho was soon overpowered. When senrched nt tho postofllce In spectors' headn'iarterr a heavy calibre revolver wos found in Qulggley's hip pocket. Tho satchel was then opened nnd the securities dumped on tho desk. Quiggley denied all knowledgo of what the satchel contained. He sold he picked it up on a train after it had been left behind by a woman. Ho said ho was on his way to Now Orleans. Ho had no clothing In the satchel. The majority of tho securi ties, according to tho postofflco In electors, arc from Baltimore and aro negotiable. Qulggloy cxplnlned his presence in Baltimore by saying he desired to see tho city. He had no ticket to New Orleans. Certified Checks. To certify a check Is to write or fltamn the word "good" or its equiva lent on the fnce of 'the check, with the signature of (he cashier or paying teller. This meant) thnt there is cash enough in the bank to meet the check nd binds the bank to pay It, A Boy Who Likes Tennis. With the return of tho warm spring weather outdoor sports aro again in fashion. Tennis is a game that ap peals to most boys and girls, nnd moro and more are children trying their skill with racket and ball. It Is a healthful Photo by American Press Association. UABTim HKNOT noanns. exercise and it needs a quick eye and ready hund to piny successfully. In the picture la a lad who Is keeping core for his young companions. He fa watching Intently and records each Play as It is mode. IIo is Henry Itogers, son of n. II. Kogers, nnd tho picture wns snapped a fow days ago nt Southampton, N. Y. Hough Inspects Ranges. Port Clinton, 0., April 22. Adjutant General B. W. Hough of Columbus In tpocttHl tho Camp Ferry ranges and stato grounds, which ho found In sat isfactory rendition for tho opening of tho bl" ciicnmpments which will bo 1..-1.1 !.., ... - AnMAM IM. I Eci100, for oincers" wi be held the last i week in 'nne ' '?$& 1 '$& V J. vi SHORT LOCALS Willis 1. Uobout of Gambler spent Friday In this city on business. Harry Simpson of Howard spent Friday In this city with relatives. Dr. S. 13. Deeley went to Columbus Fridny to attend o meeting of tho Scottish Rite. After May 1 you must have your 1910 llcenso tags or elso leave your automobile in tho garngo, according to tho announcement made Friday morning by Mayor Mitchell. Mrs. William Beatty of Mortinsburg spont Friday in this city with friends. O. C. Hagan went to Columbus Fri day on business. Clinton Stull of Millwood spent Friday with frionds in this city. Miss Mollio Purdy of Millwood spent Friday In this city with friends. Wilson McCalla of east of of towr spent Friday In Danville on business. Mrs. John Dennis of Pennsylvania avenue spent Friday In Columbus with friends. Mrs. John Dunmiro of East Vino street spent Friday in Gambler with friends. Mrs. L. Swigart of Ohio avenue went to Gambler Friday to spend the day with friends. TImon lodge No. 45, K. of P., con ferred the Third degree upon three candidates Thursday night. Ralph Clugh of O. S. U. Is spondlng tho Kaster vacation In this city with his parents. Iv. H. Watters of Masslllon entered tho M. & S. hospital Friday to receive treatment. Miss Esther Blair of South Gay street Is spending a few days with Miss Ruth Nixon at Hunts. Samuel Clark of West Gambler street loft Friday for Pittsburgh, where ho will spend several days on business. Deputy Sheriff Mosaholdor went to Columbus Friday with C. R- Glos'ser, a recently adjudged imbecile, who is to enter the stnto hospital. Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Ankeny town is spending a fow days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Evans, of Frederlcktown. " Mrs. E. Saunders of East Chestnut stieet went to Newark Friday to spend several days with friends. William Batzcll of Frederlcktown spent Friday in this city on business. Henry G. Williams, editor of the Ohio Teacher, of Columbus, has beon selected to make the address at the high school commencement this year. Miss Mildred Bishop of O. S, U. is spending tho Easter vncation with her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bish op, of West High street. Mrs. Allio Fry of Amity was in this city Friday en routo to Mt. Liberty, whore she will spend a fow days with frionds. Col. George D. Neal of East Vino street went to Columbus Thursday to attend a meeting of Scottish Rito 22 Masons. Mr. and Mrs. Josso Galloway of South Jefferson street left Friday for Van Wort, where they will spend sev eral days visiting with friends. Frank Claypool of O. S. U. is spend ing tho Easter vacation with his par onts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Claypool, of East Hamtramck street Edward Cooney, mastoi,' mechanic of tho Pennsylvania shops at Zanes ville, spent Thursday In this city on business. Mrs. Merlin Cave and daughter, Elizabeth, of South Sandusky street went to Trlnway Friday to spend a few days with relatives. B. J. Wharton and son, Hoy, of Frederlcktown wero in this city Sat urday en routo to Barberton, whore they will spond several days with rel atives. Miss Mabel Sligar relumed Satur day to her homo In Columbus nfter a short visit with hor grandmother, Mrs. Alonzo Robinson, of Norton street. Mrs. Charles Sapp nnd son, Byron, of East Ohio avonuo wont to Hownrd Saturday to spend tho weok-ond with frionds. Clork of Courts and Mrs. O. G. Tay lor attended tho commencement Fri dny night of tho Bladensburg high school, Mrs. William McCormick returned Saturday from Portsmouth, where alio spont two wooks, tho guest of her son, Dr. T. G. McCormick, and daughter, Miss Agnes McCormick. Raymond Taugher of Ada is spend ing tho Easter vacation with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taugher, of East Hamtramck street. Lowis T. Glasor of Cleveland Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt of North Mulborry street. Ho goes to Nowark Monday to accept a posi tion ns assistant engineer with the Ohio Light nnd Power Co. Mrs. Glasor and two children will join him lator. S, A. Williams of Gambler has pur chased tho black perchoron stallion, King Wilson, No. 83187, at Frodorlck town. This horse will make tho sea son at William's bam, with his othor stallions. Service foe, $12.50 to Insure colt. S. A. Williams, Gambler, Ohio. Box 38. Bam 'phone 10G; house 'phono 84. tl ., .J. .J. J ! J ..J, J. .t, .J. . ,, DEATHS Mrs. Fred Darling Mrs. Fred Darling died nt midnight Thursday night at her homo hi Fred- erlcktown after several months' Ill ness of goltro. Deceased was 28 years of ago and Is survived by her husband and two small daughters. o John King Sutton John King Sutton died Friday night nt 9:30 o'clock at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. Georgo Morgan, of Mansfield avenuo from the diseases Incident to old ago. Tho deceased was 82 years of ago and is survived by ono daughter, Mrs. Morgan, with whom he made his home. The re mains will bo shipped to St. Clairs vllle, O., Saturday. Tho funeral Sun day, April 23, at 8:30 o'clock, Rev. Dickinson officiating. Intermrmt In tho St. Clalrsvllle cemetery. John Nixon John Nixon died Saturday morning at 8:15 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Reno Mondron, of liv er trouble Tho deceased was 7G years old. Nine children survive. The fun eral Monday at 1 p. m., Rev. S. T. Al len officiating. Interment In Ebenez er. o Darling Funeral Tho funeral of tho late Mrs. Fred Darling at tho M. E. church In Fred erlcktown at 2 o'clock Sundny after noon. Interment In Forest cemetery. GIRL GIVEN SCARE When Man Was Seized With Attack of Epilepsy While alone at the C. R. Parish fur niture store, where she is employed, Miss Gertrude Stelts was given a severe scaro Friday noon when Al fred Ralls, u colored man, entered the storo on some errand and was seized by an attack of epilepsy. Miss Stelts ran from the storo and called Milton Reeder from the next store. Reeder sent In a call for a physician and an officer. Officer Hough answered tho call and arrived just as tho unfortu nate man had recovered from tho at tack. Ralls was removed to his home on East Chestnut street. There Is more Catarrh In this seotlOS Of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was sup posed to bo incurable. Doctors pre scribed local remedies, and by constant ly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Influenced by con stitutional conditions and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a consti tutional remedy. Is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any caso that Hall's Catarrh Cure-fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. PROFESSIONAL CARDS The Fire Insurance Man WILL J. "Doc" WELSH If you own anything, have It Insured. Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red 16 E. Gambler Street. Mt. Vernon, O. PRANK O. LEVERING ATTORNEY AT LAW All business of lepa) nature gives prompt attention and especially to practice In the Probate Court Office No. 9 East High street, ML Vernoi, O Now Phono, Office 104. STREAM & RIMER REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Farms and city property bought, sold and exchanged. Properties rented aad rents collected. Fire insurance a spe cialty. Representing 14 old reliable stock companies. Accident insurance, live Btock insurance. Plato glass In surance, automobile Insurance, lm fact we can insure any property you may have. Suroty bonds oil all kinds. Call and see us. Room 1 Slpe bldg., Soutb Luther A Stream Win. F. Rimer Main St. C1L 'phone No. 447 Black; A Cold and the Consequence The "slight cold" may develop Into something of a more serious nature. Don't tako an unneces sary risk check the cold Just as' quickly as you possibly can. Nyals Laxicold will quickly free you from the grip of a slight or serious cold. They aro a never-falling antidote for a cold at any stage. "Don't let a cold get a hold" Sold in ML Vernon at Lorey's Drug Store 115 S. Main St. COULDN'T CUT SLICE OF BREAD Terrible State of Weakness Ex. perienced By Ipswich Lady. Cardui Made Her Strong. Ipswich, S. D. Mrs. Henry Royle, of this place, Bays: "I Buffered for nearly 10 years, with womanly trou ble. Nothing seemed to help mo until I took Cardui, the woman's tonic. It made mo well and strong. Before I commenced to take Cardui, I could not stand on my feet. I was Eo.weak, I could not cut a slice of bread. Now, I can stand all day, and can do most of, my work. I think Cardui is the best medicino in the world. I have been feeling fine ever since. I began to take it. Cardui was recommended to me by a friend, nnd I will gladly tell my friends of it" If Cardui will relieve and euro such a stubborn and long-standing trouble as that of Mrs. Royle, then it is only reasonable to believe it will quickly and surely help you, too. Cardui is the ideal general tonic for women. It has been found to improvo the appetite nnd build up tho entiro womanly constitution. You can al ways depend on Cardui, for it hai helped more than a million weak women in the past B0 years, who suf. fered from troubles so common to their sex. Try Card-u-i. It will help you. IB I r RAILROAD TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio B. & O. R. R. West Bound No. 17 '....: 8:41 a. m. No. 11 11:52 a. m. No. 3 2:41 p. m. No. 15 9:53 p. m. East Bound No. 16 6:48 a. m. No. 4 11:28 a. m. No. 10 5:47 p. m. No. 2 T 7:37 p. m. No. 17 and No. 10 dally except Sunday. PENNSYLVANIA LINES Akron Dlv. South Bound No. 506 '.....12:50 a. m. No. 504 9:10 a. m. No. 502.., 12:08 p. m. No. 528 5:02 p. m. North Bound No. 603 2:01 p. No. 605 6:27 p. m. m. m. m. No. 029 8:45 a. m No. 507 2:40 a. m When It Qains and When The Wind Blows Your bill, or poster, stuck up by the wayside, announcing your coming sale will bo destroyed. Instead, why not play safe by putting your announce ment into the homes of the county by using this space. It will only cost you $1.20 for 3 times $1.00 for 2 times Larger spaces and additional Inser tions and smaller spaces at proportionate rates. Wo are always pleased to aid you in preparng your ad. THE BANNER Samuel H. Gotshall John S. Qotahall I GOTSHALL & GOTSHALL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAIi ESTATE AGENCY McDermott Building. 106 B. Main Bt. ML Vernon, Ohio. Citizens' 'Phone 3 Black SWIMMERS COMPETE AT ST. LOUIS St. Louis, April 22 The real swim ming stars of the country will be seen In action tonight, when the 500 yard championship of the National A. A. U. will be held. Herbert Voll mer, Uio New York A. C. star, who has been sotting one record after an other; Clement Browne, the speedy Chlcagoan; Duko Knhonamoku, the Hawaiian wonder; Perry McGllllvray, tho Windy City paddler, and othors who have achieved swimming fame will compete. Tho championship plunge for dis tance Is another event that brings somo of tho cleverest swimmers to the big meet hero today. rti , I . v -.