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Shoilaire Causes Scientists To
Discqvcr. New. Product OL
Coal. ' , i
IllyAssm-lnlcil l'M'HM In Tlio lliinwrl i
STOCKHOLM.. May 22 Tin ureal.
BhnrUiec of flM '" (li'rniiiny npil tlio
lPllllHlIK lIl'CI'HHlty of ItSllIK Miins m
nil ejlllilit fdlH for liunimi eotisinnii'
linn jinV" driven tlm miiiIiu'h Helen
llfic men to cxloiiHlvc tixpti-linoiitn-llnn
with n railed "mineral wax." Tim
reanll tuiM been lmlh si more vurliul hho
of (IiIh liroiliic.t nml n ureal ly Improved
luRllind of HecurliiK II.
Mineral wax in a milislanee extract
ed from lirown coal with the aid of
IipiikIiio, benzol or cither lorhnlcnl hoI
veiila. ' llenznl Is. now lined exdiwlvn
ly In r.ermany for thin ptirposft. Old
methnild lmvn been itnahln to nxtrncl.
all the wax from the coal treated, but
the Kn'lner Wllhelm IiiHtlttito for ex
pcrlinentation with coal 1st now win
ning nearly (lie entire qunntlty In the
The main features of Its Improved
Hyutein enmiiHt in oxiractlnt; the wax
under a liich lireHnure, as much as ulx
alinnHphere!, and at n IiIkIi tempera
ture. A brown vha whleh liad pro
iluci'd only eleven per cent of wax
under tl)o old nystem i;lves up 2r per
cent nnder the now treatment.
Mineral .wax was used rlu penco
limes mainly for Iho fahrleation of
Hlionpnllcli, pliononraph records and
the instillation of electric, ('allies. Its
liich percnnlace of sebacic acid alinut
(ifl iior ci.'iil. of Its entire content has
been turned to account ill the iiwUIni;
of consist ent fats. It Is also being
used extensively in the paper Industry
as sl.lni:, taldiiiv the plpu of colo
lOxporlments are now teliiR conduct
ed to find a method of rofinlni: the wax
and civliiB It a ll(;htir color.
TO HELP FARMER8
BAKERS FORCED TO
Illy Aw.oi'inttcl Press to The tlnnncr
COUJMHUH, OHIO, May. ir.
Tliinlnrim men. llviiit: lu cities and vil
lages who have had experience and
retired fanners, will be called upon
to volunteer' their services on the
farm to lake the place of farm, boys
wno navn cone m war, , ,. .
In announclni; the third ,. mnn'l lily
canvass ninoiig fanners for farm
lumils' for the month of .Tiine, the
rOinploynienl Ilureau of (lie Ohio De
fenso Council uri;es city men, with
farm experience, to register with
Iho Rmployment bureau for farm
Karmern are ui'RPil to uso hoys now
enrolled in the V. K. ltoy's Work He
oervo to niak'o up for the farm hilior
II. I!. Hapn linn MPn nppolntPil ex
pculor of Iho will of I,eonnril Klng;
Held by the. prolratfl'cpiirt, giving boitcl
In the sum of $2!iu0 with S, D. Rnl
erts nml II. A. Harrlnfiton as sureties.
Files Statement , (
.1. P. Shrontz. Bafdion of Matilda
Davidson, has filed a statpment In the
probale. court In Hpu of on ncfount,
showing that no funds of nny kind
havojNnne Into his hjinds as Ruardlah,
Real Estate Transfers
. IJen Ames to Marlon Woqds, liar
eel In cfllnton, $1.
Chtiney Ilurrls to 1. II. Harris, par
cel hi Union, ?2r.().
' m .
Albert Slussor has llled nH against
Cleveland Fosset In the common
ideas court, seeking to reroVflr'$Hl).fiO
alleging he wan damaged that much In
tin alleged "crooked" horse .deal.
Musser claims that he purchased a'
horse from Posset, on his warrant that
It was sound, hut that II was wind
broken. The plaintiff Whys that ,Kos
set refused to .takq--har .the horse
when he discovered ; the defect and
that ho was forcpd. to hell It at a loss.
Robert L. Oarr Ifl attorney for Mr.
Account Filed ' '
Tlio second account of TI. (lor
don and 0. K. Coiiard, execiitors of
the estate of Isaac I, .lackRon, has
been tiled In the probate court, show-'
In 25f,.17 received nnd ?ll,82:!.r.8
Robert L. Oarr, nnslgnee of Richard
f. Dial, has filed his final account .in
tlm probnte court.
Entry has been filed in the -probate
court, showing that the sale of prop
erty Involved In the litigation of ( M.
Hice, administrator of the estate of
l.uclnda Armstrong, against William
Armstrong has been confirmed.
c 0 .
The tlrst and final account of U T.
Oromley, administrator of the estate
of Mary P. Scolt, hWbepn filed in, the
probate court, showing ?!I81.70 re
ceived, nnd expended. '
W, p.PhllllpB, 'executor of the es
latitf,;riiomas 'P.,.Oole, has filed his
MINI. ,ut 1 Ulllll III lilt) iiuifain tiiKii.
Rlihwiag $;i4.22ii.t'.i received and
Tlje following contracts were lot by
the county commissioners Monday:
To It. D. (iruhh, $1!)0, for constructing
a cement culvert; to n. M. I.epley,
?f)0.2r for automobile-tires; ami to b.
C!. Adoltnun, Sll'ri.Sii for lumber.
Kdward V. Lutpman to Leonard a.
Clements, r.O acres in Monroe, $1.
Difficulty In Getting Rice
Flour Leads To Use-Of
Novel PJan Here
War bread In now a part of the ov
erydny hill of fare. Since the govern-
meat bus tlxeil the proportions, 2ii per
cent wheat substitute niinit be used
for every 7f per cent of wheat Hour,
or one-fourth to three-fourths. Kor
pastries, the proportion 'is one third
substitutes lor two-thirds wheat flour.
This lias compelled the' bakers all
nvpr the country to experiment with
various substitutes and combinations
to obtain the proper results. A local
baker says that he gels the, best bread
by using a combination of three sub
stitutes Instead of using one. They
are corn flour, rice Hour and victory
flour, the latter being composed or
several-cereals hominy, corn ylarcli,
Perhaps at. times one lias noticed
whole grainn of rice in loaves or
bread. This is easily explained. Kor
some time rice flour was very hard to
obtain, so the whole rice was steam
cooked and used. Some or the grains
in the .bottom probably escaped being
cooked through, and so remained
TO HAVE WAR EXHIBIT
illy ARKoeliilr-d I'resh to Tim llanncrl
COMJMUUB Assurance that, the
llrltlsh wir exhibit, being shown
throughout the United States, will lie
at the 01lo state fair thin year ban
been received from the commission
having charge of It by N. R. Hhaw,
stale secretary of agriculture. The
exhibit is an unusually Interesting one
containing u tank,, n submarine, air
planes and torpedoes, nil of which
have been in use. The exhibit prob
ably will be tlio most Interesting ex
hibit at this year's fair. One entire
building will be reserved for it.
MRS. GEO. MURPHY DIES
ITtKDKHICKTOWN, May 22 -Mrs. I "
(leorgo Murphy died at her homo, live
miles north of here, Wednesday mom '
ing at fi o'clock after an lllnes-s of seV'j
eral months from organic heart trou
ble. She. leaves her husband, one
son and one daughter Tlio funeral
at 2 o'clock Friday ut the homm. Iiur
lal'ln North Fork cemetery.
Wanted, For Sale, Ic
WANTIOD To rent u "farm on
shares. Citizens' 'phone 20.'fl-J. tf tf
HEALTH AS GOOD
AS EVER BE
Was All Run Down, But Tan
lac Brought Good Health
WANTKD flood farms; large or
small. W. (V Itockwell, SIt. Vernon,
FOR HA Mi--The hamy formerly be
longing to the city In rear of old Third
ward engine house will bo sold at
public, auction on the itemises Satur
day,' May 20, at 2 o'clocjk. This build
ing is well built, droji iiding, matched
pine Hearing and gotid metal root.
For particulars call Citizens' fiOl'. bine.
, x24 x24
. fioorKe W. I'cl-rlii
.lolm It. PpitIii i'I "I.
Knox Common ll':i.
By virtue of nn Order ofi Sale pmued out
of I he I'oiirt of Common I'leas of Knov
Counlv. Ohio, nml lo mo illrecled, I will
offer for Mile Hi tb door or l he Comi
llotlpp, In Mount Vernon, Knox Coiiiily,
"Saturday, the 29th day of
, June, 1918
between I he hours or I i. m. nnd " p. in.
or wild rtuv. Hie followliiK ilewrllieil rent
PMale Flttiute In the County or Knox nml
Slnteor Ohio to-wll: nnd described ns rol
lows: Helm? Hie S. K. pi. or l.ol 17 In
'I'lpiiRunl Townnhln: liectnnhiK nt n slone
In the Ml. Vernon nml New Cnslle Itond
el nl the H. . comer 01 me ;u ncro
trnel, set orr nnd nsMluned lo Windsor
Tines in the iKiulllloli or xntil lot nmoiiK
the lielrs or Mrs! CrelKhlon: llieiice hoiiIIi
-V4 dcRrees W. ;in.W poles lo u stone on I lie
west line or n three nere tract, unsigned
lo .1. Williams In sold imrlltlon: thence
colli h ,SS decrees 1!. (IS-fU) eighteen nnd
nlnety-iour hundreilllis. to n slake on the
-nsl line or n "V4 acre irnct conyeyed by
llliodn Mcl'iflln'nlid'niiVldH.l'Ipe.H In 1ST;;
'ttieiice N. l",4 deKi'oes K. 18.7i! poles lo a
mono In said ronil: thence with lines or
snld pnrtllion N. W. In said road lo Iho
place or besinnliiR containing lliree acres
nml belnir I lie same property conveyed lo
Hnrnh 10. Scoll by Pavid II. Pipes ami
wire, by deed dated September SUIi. 1STS,
nnd, recorded III Heed Hook No. ":!, piiKO)
llfi and 117 Knyx County Deed Itecorcls.
Appraised at $S0O.0O.
Ternislor sate One third cash, one-lhlril
In one vear and oiie-lbird In two years
or purchaser may pay all cash ir lie so
elects. The ilererred payments (o In- so
cured by innrtHT.'iKc on the premises sold
and to bear InloreHt rroiii'thu'ilay or sale
WAIfl'Hl 11. MOKNtlOUUIIt.
Sheriff Kitox County. Ohio.
.1. II. Crahain, attorney for plaint III'.
FOR 8AMi Subuitian home of 22
acres, weir Improved! and nicely lo
cated. A rare opportunity. Hee W.
CJ. Rockwell. t tf tf
V iine Theatre
MT. VERNON, OHIO .
FRIDAY, MAY 31, &
SATURDAY, JUNE 1
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
GTGANTTC MILITARY SPECTACLE
"I feel as well as 1 ever did since
taking three bottles of Tanlac, and I
want to recomnVentrthlH medicine for
others," said Mrs. Charles Klrby, 733
North Capitol avenue, Indianapolis,
"I used to biTb'ntherPd a lot with
nervousness and my stomach was all
out ,of order," Mrs. Klrby continued.
"I was all run down and weak, and
didn't feel like doing anything.
".My stomach was in such bad shape
that most any kind of loml, especially
rich foods, would cause gas lo fill up
"The nervousness wan po bad that
I couldn't, sleep nt night like I should
and didn't get much rest.
"I heard t lint Tanlac was good for
such a condition, and finally 1 decided
to try It. Three bottler, of Tanlac have
llxod my stomach up In good shape
and have Improved my health general
ly so much that 1 feel as good as I
"My nerves are back in good shape
and I sleep line every night and get
"Tanlac helped me, when I was Just
nbout discouraged with myself, and I
recommend ft for others."
Iiveryono needs a spring tonic.
Take Tanhie noy and Iget your system
back in shape nftei;jtj)e. yjnter'n hard
The new Tanlac Rheumatic. Treat
ment consists of a penetrating lini
ment for pxternal use, and a tablet
designed lo drive uric acid from the
system. It Is 'the modem -method of
treating tills painful 'and dangerous
ailment. If you are suffering from
rheumatism get a treatment today.
Tanlac remedies are being Intro
duced lu Mt. Vernon by '.id never.
FOR HAMi-One )f the very best)
8fi acres In flreen VaGley. Right where'
yon want It. See W. C. Itockwell for!
particulars. tf tf l
FOR SAMi A number of wood
and Iron pulleys of differ ent slzoa,
two pets of cone , pulleys, several
lengths of line shafting, ditferent.
sizes, and hangers. Call at Hanno"
office. tf it
KOK MAMi A number of ends off
of uewbpaper rolls, suitable for ban
quet table coverings, etc. banner
Farmers and Breeders
You will find mo at tlio old
stand, tlio Ton Out. Barn,
near Lovoring's Warohouso.
T have a pure, bred Belgian
and Percheron stallion that
will he at my barn ovovy
day. Sorviee Too $15 lo in
sure a sound eolt two -weeks
.AVe also have an auio and
iaxi livery, open day and
Come in and look us over
and see if we can do soijio
ihing for you.
E. E. ZOLMAN
With A Score of Stars Including Lillian Gish,
Mae Marsh and Henry Walthall
MATINEE DAILY AT 2:00 P. M. ADMISSION: Adults 35c; war tax
4c 39c! Children 25c, war tax 1 26c.
EVENING: ALL SEATS RESERVED: TWO SHOWS, 6:30 and 9:00.
ADMISSION FIRST SEVEN ROWS, 35c, war tax 4c 39c! BAL
ANCE OF SEATS 50c, war tax 5c 55c.
ni R ES 13 RV E YO U R SEATS NOW
CALL CITIZENS' PHONE 289; BELL PHONE 33R
Banner Classified Ads. Pay. Try them and be convinced.
OVERSTOCKED; COMPELLED To Have CASH AT ONCE
In order to reduce my'stbek and raise cash in the shortest possible time, I will sacrifice my beautiful stock consisting of
High Grade Diamond Watches, Cut Glass, Clocks, Sterling Silver,
Gold and Platinum Jewelry
Sale Opens Saturday, May 25th at 2:00 O'clock p. m.
AND WILL CONTINUE DAILY AT 2:00P.M. AND7:00P. M. UNTIL I HAVE RAISED CERTAIN AMOUNT OF MONEY. ,.,,
This will be an opportunity the buying pubUc of Mt. Vernon and vicinity may never have again to buy high grade jewelry merchandise such as this stock contains absolutely at
your own price regardless of cost. What we mean to do is SELL, SELL, SELL. Ladies are especially invited to attend this sale; beautiful presents given to ladies at opening sale
Don't forget the date SATURDAY, MAY 25, at 2 : 00 P. M.
J. A. CONN, Salesman
MT. VERNON, OHIO.
p. s.l beg to al your attention to the fact that I am not going out of business and every article sold carries with it my own personal guarantee.
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