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The Democratic banner. (Mt. Vernon, Ohio) 1898-192?, October 21, 1919, Image 4

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Voted Commoner To Give
Dry Speech At 2: 3d P.M.
At Vine Street Church of
Christ.
Wllllnm Jennings Ilrynn is making
II vo HiioucheM dally for tho Ohio dryo.
lie is innkliig tlio trip by auto and is
nccumiinnlwl liy Dr. II. II. RurhoII,
Woatervlllo, foiinilor of (he A'htl-8a-loon
LcaKiio, ami ilov. W. K. Fetch,
Columbia), who spnak' briefly. '
Mr. Ilrynn will bu In Mt. Vornbn.
Saturday afternoon, Nqyember V, at
2:.10, In tlio Church of Chrlat; Eiiat
Vino Htrnot, nccordlng to P. 8. Kolaer,
enmity "dry" ninnnRor. Other nd
droshsa for that day will bo made at
liulnwaro, CardliiRton, Urbana and
Ilollcloutnlnc. '
It Ik announced that nil tlio. moot
ings nro free and that women as well
UK men nro Invited. Ilov. .1, A." Long,
pitHtor of tlio church, Is asHlatlng In
'nrraiiKonients.
AVith RCoroB of other ,isaue8 presB
InK for HRttloment, Mr. Hryan 18 al
lfent, on thin tour, oh everything e'i
coiit prohibition. Ho will explain the
troublenoiuo Ohio ballots and tell how
to tnnile thorn to voto dry.
Mr. ilrynn will urge that all tho wot
propoHnlH bo defoalnd and that, tho
dry nnoH ho approved, not only for
tho Hiiko of Ohio, but nlno for tho
siiko of national prohibition. It is
admitted by tho "ilrys" .that tho Ohio
olortlon Ih of national Importance. Mr.
Ilrynn alHO will dcclaro for rlKld on
forcmuont of all local, ntnto and na
tional dry lawH, and oloctlon of of-
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llclals entirely coriimltted to enforce-
ment.
World-wide drouth as tho next thine
to bo accampLshcd will furnish part of
iMr. Drynn's address. Ho will toll of
a campaign already entered Into by
tho World Longuo Against Alcohol
ism, of which tho Anti-Snloon League
is a constituent, to make tho civilized
nations dry.
Kirst of all, however, tho Bryan
Itlnornry is for, tho purpose of keep
lng what tho lryn have gained In
Ohio. Ho will urKO that whatever bo
the fate of court decisions, the people
will settle the question of 2.75 beer at
the polls.
Mr. Uryan sums up the marking of
ballots' by advising his hearers to put
tho longer word (Ves) on tho longer
ballot, and tho shorter word (No) on
tho shorter ballot thus voting dry
all around.
ny thoso who havo heard him re
cently, the Nebraskan Is said to be
speaking with as much forco and elo
quence as .In tho. days when he was a
presidential candidate.
He Is telling tho people that there
is no partisanship in the wot and dry
issue, and that prohibition has been
brought about nnd will bo kopt by
p6oplo of all parties and all denomi
nations. However, for tho moment whan ho
does mention parties, he says that
"Democrats can do nothing elso than
voto dry and Republicans must fol
low suit or loso out."
All Mt. Vornon clergymen havo
been uhUoiI to co-operato In arranging
for tlio mooting nnd making It a success.
B. F. Hammond Honored By
The Central Ohio Sports
man Club at Meeting
At tho annual meeting of tho Cen
tral Ohio Sportsmen's association
held Thursday nt Millersburg, Mr.
Iliirl K. Hammond, of near Millwood,
Knox county, was re-e'e(cted secre
tary and ( treasurer of the organlzn-.
tlon.
'Tho meeting of the club nt Millers
burg was well nttended nnd a pro
gram was outlined for tho coming
year. .
. Thonoxt meutlhg' y'lll ibo held: nt
Illodirjtifclit, Ohio. ' . '
'MrIUnhjey Hurklew of. Killbucic
vnrf elected president.
A thre ..days' ;neetlng will bovhold
at .Uloorafielil .tho third week in Octo
ber, 1920. '
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BIRTHS
III
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolfe, 'George
McKec, C. L. Nlcholls nnd lnughtcr,
Ollce,- spblit Siinilny with Wllllnm
l.rtndfs nnd family of Froderlcktown.
'lilttlij- Georgo tlminrwooit, wio .was
briilly' burned ,by hot co'ffco, is 'not
niucli improved.
' Mfss Kdna Hurch spent. Sunday
with Mrs. Evallno Harris.
. Miss Uonltn Thompson had her nrm
broken while playing nt school Mon
day. She was taken to Mt, yernbn
hu
X-ray
Tuosdliy inbrhlng, whuro
oxnminatlon wus iiimlo.
Charles ScJifes has moved io Clyde
Proper farm.
Ray Harris, our blacksmith, who
had his foot mashed, Is able to bo nt
Several from here attended the Co
shocton fair.
. A son; was born Friday to Cnpt. and
Mrs. Dftyld Carman, of tho Salvation
Army. ,
Mary .Plckford In her greatest
creen production, "Daddy Long
Legty" at the Nell theatre, Frederick
town, ofhle, Wednetday. 21
Mr: Henry Fnulhaber of Detroit,
Mich., -Arrived here .today to visit rel
atives until Wednesday.
Mr. Clinton Coe,. who attends Val
paraiso, university, Valparaiso, 111., Is
spending ew-daysihere n
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DON'T FORGET!
The Licking Creamery Company. Offers You For
Your Milk or Cream:
1, A high price;
2i Excellent route service;
3. Careful and accurate weighing and testing;
4'. A trained field organization;
5t Dairy inspection. '
It Pays To Patronize THis Company
DO' IT IfOWf,
PRICES OCTOBER 19 THROUGH 2S 1919
8WEET BUTTERFAT, (Fresh, good flavored and Inspected)
74c per lb., delivered to bur plants.
8VVEET BUTTERFAT, (Fresh and good flavored)
71c per lb., delivered to our plants.
SOUR BUTTERFAT, (Old or off flavored)
666 per lb., delivered to our plants.
47o WHOLE.MiLK (Fresh, Good Flavored ahd Inspected)
,m. ', S3. 56 per cwt., delivered to our plants.
(This ngurcs 30.G plus cfs. per gallon)
4 WHOLE MILK (Fresh and Go6d Flavored)'
i S3.36 per cwt.,- delivered to our plants.
(This flgureB 2S.9 plus cts. per gallon)
The Licking Creariiery Company
FREDERICKTOWN CREAMERY CROTOrJ CREAMERY
MT. VERNON CREAMERY BELLVILLE CREAMERY
ALEXANDRIA CREAMERY LEXINOTON CREAMERY
Old HorirX
BRINK HAVEN
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho M.
12, church meet at thn liqmo of, Mrs,
C. K. Hlbliltts Snturduy aftorn'qon. , -.
Mlim Martha Humous of Orryllld
spent Sunday with Mr.. nnd Mrrf. Hen;
ry HlbblCs. '
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hce of Dan
vlllo woro tho guoBts of Mr. njiaMrs.
Cluy Korblng. j . '
Mrs, Nova Fry and unughjof, of
MniiHllold, nro visiting the formor's
father, Mr. .1. D. Crljl. ,
Miss Mabel Strouso has rpturnod
from I.oiulonvlllo after a two weeks'
visit.
Prof. Askins, whllo playing foot
ball, received a sprained nuklo.
MlHrt Holphn Smith and Mr. Kngol
of liarberton woro ninrrlod Tueadny.
tlOBt wlsl'ies to thorn.
, Mrs. Cathorlno Molor, formorly of
this place, died at her daughter's
hoin.e, Mrs. Samuol Illack, at Ash
land, nomalua woro brought hero for
burial Friday.
N. F. T. Club
Enjoys Supper
A rabbit nuppor was sorvod Wed
' Mrs. I.oiin Hall spent several dayn
thlH wook with relatives.
A Partnership of
Savers And
Home-Owners
is a fitting U'ri(.'i'ipti(ri of the Home Building Asso
ciation Company rind its members. :
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This is not an institution for profit in the ordin
ary sense; but a muttial rissociath ol; depositing
meinbei's who wish to have their yilvirigS'SAJTE and
earning the utmost income, and of!. .borrowing mem
bers who wish to secure the best; 'possible terms on
a niorfgage loan on their property;
Thousands of! people have' been helped this way.
Open an account today. We can liolp YOtJ.
UKSODllCES OVER $2,G00,0t)0;00.
When you buy anything to wear the only money
return you get "will be first, the service and
then the fit and style of the Article.
Good Service is an honest return for the money
you've spent. These items are the reason
that fhis is' a popular store. The Quality
always right.
Tho New Suits and Overcoats we Bhow have
qualify plus style.
Price range is $24.00 to $55.00.
If you mothers all knew what GOOD' boys'
SUITS wo have at prices from $5.00 to
$17.50 you'd hurry your boy right up hero
and fit him out.
THE
Stanton s
Good Clothes Shop
104 South Main Street Mt. Vernon, 0.
This is a heavy, substantial
Six-Hole Steel Range with Res
ervoir and High Closet, and la
made by one of the largest
manufacturers of High Grade
Stoves and Ranges in the
Country.
Tlio body of r.iiiKO Is made of
Wollsvllle Polished llluo Steel.
Tlio Top, MnliiBs, Doors, Ros
orvolr and Itosoivolr Casing
nro inudo of tho boat Orny Iron(
Tho Reservoir is Porcelain
Lined ' nnd holds twonty-ol&ht
Quarts.
Tho Oven Door, Pood Door,
Ash Pit Door. Closet Trimmings
nnd all Panels nro heavily
Nlckol Plated.
Tho Hack Plue la CaBt Iron.
Tho Oven Is large, mcasurmfr
Nlnotoon and One-Halt Inches
In depth.
Ilungo Is fitted with Duplex Crates, bums Wood or Coal, can bo
chanced a either fuel In One Minute. '
A fortunate purchaso enablOB us to offer these nangos nt tho fol
lowing Prices: , ,
Fifty Dollars, delivered nnd sot up in yoUrHomp, or at our storo
with ona Joint of pipe, at Forty-Seven. You must, aeo It to roalizo tho
Extraordinary vaiuo wo are onerniff.in tnis itanffo.
We also carry a very complete Line 01
Max Meyers Mahiihoth Stove Store
West Gambler Street
MT. VERNON. O.
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OPtN EVENING UNTIL 8:30 O'CLOCK
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meet your taste!
.Camels fire offered you fas a cigarette entirely
cut of the ordinary-a flavor and smopthnesa
never before attained. To best realize their qual
ity compare Camels With any cigarette in
fhe world at any price!
Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will
win you at once it, is so new and unusual. Tfiaf'S
what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and1
choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefer
this blend to either kind bf tobacco smoked straight 1
As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of
any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaSte or any un
pleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted
to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally
without tiring your taste!
Take Camels at any angle they surely supply
cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever
experienced. They're a cigarette revelation!
You do not miss coupons, premiums or guts.
You'll prefer Camels quality!
18 cents a package
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wimton-Sulem, N. C.
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Clothes hf
the
Older Men
NOT OLD; put dtder? inert are
alnioii no. old men iheae days;
'the spirit of youth lasts ih most
of us well into the seventies or
farther.
The spirit of youth show itself
in clothes; arid the older men
want to drets in smart style, as
well as the young ken. Of
course, the very young styles are
not exactly the thing ibt tfie tiidn
of fifty or more; hut there are
smart styles tor such men; and
we have them.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
are just as clever in designing
these as the very yoathful styles.
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riety of different types ih design
as Well as a great variety of sizes.
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this town, of any age
or shape that We have
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clothes for. '
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