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"TT . . " "" r'l5fW l,?"" """sf s"f?!?,,'fssF1fi' i.irl1i f w, . , lME .FOUR Yt tSJM R' THE BANNER ( fyv1 '"?'? " f cf t V 8EMI-WEEKLY "' Ns. t MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO rt - iWblUhea Tupxiluy Morning ana Friday vt Mutnlng uv STEPHEN J. DORQAN Lessee and Publisher BMred si the postomce. Ml. Vernon, STeiT county Ohio, jm second ulau nill iterlptlou Kate $1.60 per yew y : advance Wolutioni of Respect, Obituaries Cards oC Thames,, six cent per '.'iFRIDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1919 ,,. .V HOLDING UP STRIKES -Three years ago, tho president sug gesicd, as n provision of tho Adnmsim railroad law, thlit when ordinary methods of settlement In lalior dis putes, fall, "n full public Investigation ' of the inerttH of every such dlHputa snail be Instituted und completed be fore a strike or lockout may lawfully be- attempted." Congress now scorns coming around to that point of view with lognrd to railroad strikes. Why not apply it to coal strikes, too, and all other contro yarsles directly afleclluK largo public interests? COUNCILMAN-AT-LARGE i r The business nrfahs of a city should l)e conducted In Ihn same manner tijat tho business affairs of a linn in corporation are conducted, Therefore, a business man should be elected to the city council. .j'The DeVlocrullo paity Is fortunate (Ill's year in having a business man as ' cundldattt for councilman nt-iarge. This candidate Is Walter II. (Irubb, ono of the propiletors Of the Novelty Store, South .Main sticet. . Never before In the history of Ml. Vernon has there been a moie urgent WALTER B. GRUBB ncqd for a husltichs man as u nininbm of the city council. As everyone well knows, tho city f.iccs a seilous Ilium claj problem. Komo remedy Is nec essary. If a man fonduclVt n success- fiiftbiislues.i for himself,, would he .jint.l .-r , .. i .. , T'l.s..w.ir i .vi UO HfKUIIII lllllll 111 I'ICt'L III l-IMIIIl'll 111 assist In conducting the many pioli loins1 that aro constantly arising? Mr, (Smith i,s a successful business man,. Ho Is, thcicforc, endowed with ,the (pinlltles necessary to conduct the business of the el I. v. He should re ceive tho support of all electors who leslro to see the alTalis of Mi. Vernon conducted along the same lluu as any successful linn or emporatiou trans acts Its business. NO EMPLOYMENT, FUNDS Six of Ohio's III, fieu employment bureaus huui been foiced to discon tinue bocauho congiess lefused to up liropriate funds. (!. (). I. tenders do not want every man to have a job. Broad lines, soup houses, luck of woik and business stagnation aro dcshvihln ah mi aid (o llcpuhllcun victory In 1021). Hut Iheie is no chance along that lino. America Is Just onteiiug thy period of Jier gieatest piospeilly and only tho dolayH of a nai row-vis-loned Houutu and house of representa tives, under G. O. I', eoutiol, aio hold ing that pmsporlty hack. From thc.,,rc option they're getting liuAiiieilca, an) body might suppose that Mercler was king of tho Belgians or that Albeit was cm (linal, And It's all right. Klther of them would piob amy feel himself honoied if he uiulil be truiiHfoimcd Into the other. All this advice to .('"gross to adopt , budget system for tho sake of econ omy Is doubtless sound and i sane. Still. Now Yin It city has a budget sys tem, and tho budgoteer.s have llguied out li budget of ?'! 1 0,000,0110 for uet year. instead tit senators llguilug on gel line Hiiiiieiiiin In ia!ie I'l'iiulilnnt Wll :i win' Plate. It uoiilil Hcom (hut lheru U mm.. ne.,.l nf uellliiu nni..i.n.i In tuk.0 tho place of tho senalois, . e Wilson Is w'oin nut. lliluse In win 11 out. Uompcrs Is worn oiiI.,T!icho aio War casualties, too; and when will tho lUt end? Mf maBBjt; .aaWi aBraaVv ealsaW ' The farmers are tiilklng.of Htiikliigj.fariimai.hliiir . houioii,oiifcrtm r" an eight-hour day. Why strike, ay mose. AeconlhiKly the couit was for when they can simply go ahead and take It? Artuv surgeons u.iy that tho Aineil can ivoundcd iave not been left with! badly dlsHBureil faces, bun the hiiiiiu I Vn'sald for the soamm's football ens. ualtles? I shirt AFTERS DIVORCE MONTHS OF lOlE LIFE Elsie Wells Filed Action In Common Pleas Court Against Mose Wells SACK OF FLOUR ALl) HUSBAND PURCHASED Court Of Appeals Hears three Cases On Monday; Other Court Notes After n brief married life of eight months, Klslo Wells Is seeking a di vorce in the Knox county court of common pleas from Mose Wells. In her petition filed In court Tues day moiiilng, tho plaintirf states they wero married Febiuury 1, 1!M!. She charges gross neglect and cruelty. She alleges that ever since their mar riage tho defendant has given lier but $S and has only purchased one sack of Hour. She states that she has boon compelled to seek aid lipiu her parents. Tho plaintiff fuithcr stales that tho defendant calls hor'vMe and IndccenL names and, that ou, Oct. C, l!il!t, he ordeied her from tho house. Tho plaintiff' states slid Is soon tii be come the mother of a child and asks for tempo! ary alimony for the sup port of this child. Upon linal heaving iilio'usks for a divorce and alimony. Tho ntlornu.s for the plalutilf nic i:wilt & lllalr. 0 Court of Appeals The Knox county court of appeals, which convened for thu October term .Monday afternoon, heaid tho follow ing eases dining tho afternoon: Wll ljei'xjl''. Burr v. Mary U Iarkor, B. Foster Tulloss vs. Tho Presbyterian Church. L. H. Ilr.ulllpld vs. T. .1. Brad Hold, "Tiro cnuil continued Its session all day Tuesday. o Account Is Filed 'll"secoud, linal and distributive ac count has jiecn (i loci In tho court of common pleas of Knox county by Itortifc tlelsler, executrix of Robert .lol ly, tfhnwtiiK the following: Received $l,7nr,,l2, paid out tho same amount. Contractc Let ;; T)iijKuox iiui)ly.jKoiiinlsslonors, at' their session Monday, awaided tho following contracts: Mrs. Itlu llolen, detour through bur. laud In Mom oo township, $:iu, Itay Cocllfan'.'Uohhu'to culvert on Ninth llraddock Htroot, 12(10. .IiiIiii Mcl'hersim, detour through his pioporty, in Mmioy township, fUO. o License Issued A inlnlster's license was Issued tho piobnto emu I ol K'nov county Tiies.dny to ICIdor II. .1. Du'twller tho Sovoiitli-D.iy Advontlsl church. o Inheritance Tax Fixed lu Ibb estate of Wellington in on ot (J. Wilghl, tho inheritance tax has been Iked at $.'!!U!.r, by tho probate couit of Knot county. ii Marriage Licenses Donald (!. Mai'iilo, painter, and lllva Iieue Kwitir, both of Krodoricktowu. Itev. Chailos K. Btockdale, l.loyd Doveio I'erfert, farmer, Cro ton, aud Hello Mollck, slonographer, ('mitei'liuig. Rev. Bass of Croton. Royal Sv Ackeimau, coal miner, Kloyi'Hloun, and Delilah Ksthor Watt, uuiVt', Ml. Vernon. U, S. Army Discharge I'liul K. Itoagli, a Knox county sol dier, han tiled his dlscliargo paper Xor luroul lu the olllco of thu county ro-. cinder. o Real Estate Transfers K Wflllam A. Marslmll to Giover O. Shelby. Ml acres lu Mlltord. $1. t'hmles Casclo lo K. Del'lero, par cel'iu'elly, fl. .tnlmla llullmaii lo John It. Ban-Jnny.Ji-.. inn noes lu .lelfersou, $15011. Mamie llleheit to Bruco McMillan, p.ueel lu Danville, $2000. o ' Tl,l" l''nlnllft and defendant In lliu " ,f lt"'Ul Willi!) VS. Jacob (J. White weio unable to nettle their a. hi to birV IjrtiHj'lU I"' thu iillojiilou of Judge Blu'lc-in the cuui t of common ' filiias Tubulin y ufinrunim. ' Hoinn week's figo the plaintiff sued the, defendant fur alimony, but when It eaine to clIvlcll.lL- Ihn wtock 11 ml aplfnllleil to. .ludgii lllalr, after homing both ua appointed ShoiilT Walter B. - . Mnnholdor as roroher to .sell tho stock und tho rami machinery. .. , o Court Of Appeal! 't'''1' court of appeals In session Tuesdity.heard,two cases as follow: Henry C. Sivetland ot al. vs. Harriot T. Miles and In re liquidation ot the Gumbler Banking Company. In the latter caso Henry C. Dovln wns ap pointed the referee. The court expects to complete tho work of the term on Wednesday. Suit For Divorce Susan K, Uurblu has commenced a suit for divorce in the Knox county common pleas couit against Michael J.yUurhln. The pjaintlff statues In her petition they were married Oc tober 29,1909, und tllat' no children' were born to them. She charges the defendant with wilful absence for more than u year. Samuel It. Got- !;n1iii1I,.1s th$( attorney -for the plaintiff. ! K i A ' t' Account Filed A llrst and dual account has been lilcd In piobate byj G. M. Fulrclillil, executor of Sarah Palrchild, showing the following: .Received $3,977.18, paid out the same sum. o Appointment Made Alice llinddock has been appointed administratrix of T. JV. Braddock by tho probate court of Knox county. Bond $1000, with John It. Irvlno and George N. Rough as suretlos. No ap praisement. o Executor Appointed 1'earley K, I'oolc has been appoint ed executor of Wilson Clements by the probate, court of Knox county. No "nd. t , i , . ' ' 4 , . O W!. Marriage Llecnses Bartoii V. i Blair, nttornoy-at-law, and Madgo Mario Cassll, both ot Mt. Vernon. Hov. J. A. Long. John Thomas Dlubttugh, farmer, and Charlotto Rebecca Blubaugh, both of Danvlllo. Rev. C. Jl. Tlepe. o Real Estate Transfers Veionlca Lilly to John Hemllngcr, parcel In city, ?1. Ruth A. I.cpley to Bruco Hoblu, parcel hi Jefferson, ?1. GIRL OF 15 YEARS E Reported That She Left With A Mt. Vernon Man To Be Married In Another City It was j;oportejJ, Tuosilay morning that a Mt. vi$rI, agKHti years, ran away from homo Sunday night witli n ML Vernon man and that tho couple intend to bo marjod in anoth er city. i Tho parents oftlie girl would make no statement 'Tua&dny. Miss Catherine Tompkins, daughter of Mr. anil Mis. W. I. Tompkins of Musslllou ami granddaughter of Mrs. Kato tiger of this city, has lecoived tho appointment as assistant uooro tnry of tho home service of tho Red Cross at Musslllou ami will begin in tensive training at tho Ohio Statu university, Columbus, on Nov. 10. !,-. Will Line Up Next Sunday . Against One of Strongest Teams In State Dale Burro's All Stars will, go to ftiucsvlllo next Sunday to play foot bull with Matty (Imp's famous team. Gray's team and the I'anhandlos of Columbus recently played a tlo gaiuo. The contest next Sunday is holng ex tensively advertised lu Zaiiesvillo and a fast gamu Is looked for by tho root- lll'K. SmlthColgln Wedding Mhs I iiirii (', Colgin, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Colglu of Mt. Vernon, was united lu marilagu Saturday evening. net, is, to .Mr. Huginaiu Vincent Smith at Cri'elnnd. 't'ho coromony was po.rWiruioi) qt tho parsonage of a , Disciple minister hi Cleveland. The I bridesroopi Is a designer ot special 'IiimIm nml Hie lirliln Im i hemi uninlnv. ed as' sonogr.iihor with a Cleveland law linn, immediately after tho cor- I oniony, Mr. and Mrs. Smith loft for i Bultalo, Nlagaiii Falls and othor points In the oust After Novonibor 1, thoy will bo at homo at 2013 West H8th street, Clovo-'. laud. Mis. Smith a sister of Mrs. Burr II. I.Mle ot Mt. Vernon. MISSING FROM HOM i TOM 1T0 BECOME A SECRETARY BAHtuALu h PLAY. IN ZAWtSV LLE CDMMISSiiniS IRE TO OPERATE Its Administration To Be Un der Their, And No Other, Supervision MT.VERN0N WOULD HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH IT Will Be Operated For The Benefit of The County, Declares Board That tho adnilnlstiatlon of the pro posed Knox county memorial build ing rests entirely with tho county commissioners Is a fact which appar ently has been Ignored by at least a few voters who.aro prone to beliove that tho buildjnls "of, by and for" tho city of Mt, Vernon. Tho commlssloiieis ot Knox county expressed some little surprise over this belief tpa representative of-The Banner Aloiulnf trinrntinii v ';. . t , "Why,"' ojlned AyngonjIJradrlcK of Frederlcktowli,' "tho city of Alt. Vernon would havo nothing more to do. , with such a meinorlajObulldjng than with the .county jall.'i '"Wo aro lo be tho cutbdlans of tho memorial building under tho law," stated .loh n Itlce ot Jeifcrson town ship, "and lniy understanding has al ways been that we would administer it." "It is' a 'county' proposition 'and a, county biillding',''' said Joseph McMil lan of Union, township, tho third member of tho board, "Just the same as the courthouse, tho jail, and tho In firmary, and 'of course wo will man ago It." All three commissioners stated that as soon us the 'building comes under their supervision which is us soon as It is constructed they will operate it for the benefit of the county as u whole. lnusmuch'as the building could not be used on nny occasion without the explicit consent of the commissioners, It is plain that It will bo a county proposition iir mery sense of' tho word. DRIVE FOR THE SALE OF S October 27 to November 22 Will Be Devoted To Sale of Stamps In Schools County Sunt. Of Schools J. C. Mar riott 011 Tuesday morning received a voiy Interesting letter from Prof. I B. Pearson, superintendent of public Instruction, concerning tho sale of wnr savings stamps lu tho public schools from Oct. 27 to Nov.,22. Thu loiter farm Prof. Pearson fol lows: "You know whnt n great success tho Ohio schools mado lu war sav ings woik last year. Now Ju.U becuuso of that the war savings committee has decided to turn ovor tho entire work of war savings to tho Heliools from Out. 27 to Nov. 22. This Is a rare op portunity for lis to show our molto, You nro busy, of courso. That Is tho normal state of every offoctle per son, but the busy peoplo are tho ones who are going to prove themselves lenders lu this worthy cause. Wo all know that Ohio Is a moro thrifty Htnlo today because of this war sav ings work. Now It ovory, teachor In tho state will only ninko thin a per II n 1 SAVINGS I PUBUG SCHOOLS sonal matter, wo shall bo ablo to in.jMnrplo and Miss Ulva Irono Swltzcr, culcote such lessons of thrift lu tho 1,nth of l-'redorlcktown, were united children as will abide throughout life. I1" "nirrfuBO, The ceremony was wit- 'this Ir u good chunco to have tho schools nud their work enmeshed in tho consciousness of illl tho peoplo while doing a good ploco of woik far tho schools thomsolvos. 1 nui hoping that wo may count on you for yutir best." ! Mt. Vernon Business Man Tells o'f Dr. Dceley's Plan Of Renting Houses "Dr. S. C. Deoloy should bo highly comineudcd lot; piovldlug homes for a largo number of Mt. Vernon people," said a well-known business man at COHDS PR!! PI HOMES Urtl Chftrtib'nif brComm;oJ-co Ctta'VorW When' Dr. flololoy purchased, the' West Vernon hotel for hospital pur poses ho also purchased a largo num bor of houses. At first ho did not In tend to rent theso housos but, seeing tho urgent need for houses in Mt. Vernon, ho at onco commenced ex tonslvo repairs and Is now renting those houses to home seekers In Mt. Vernon. Dr.Deoloy has tnken caro of several families in this manner. In addition, he is repairing other houses ns rapidly as possible and theso will bo ready to pnt ln. a ihort; time. Alleged Auto Thief Enters A Plea of Not Guilty Before Judge Blair Vaughn Debolt, Indicted by tho grand jury of the October term of common pleas court on a charge of stealing an automobile, was brought before Judge Blair In common pleas" coilrt Monday evening and entered a plea of not guilty. His bond was fixed at $f00 and ho gave surety for the amount and was released from jail. Debolt waj represented by Lot C. Stlllwell. Thd man Is charged with stealing a Bulck roadster from Harry Perkins. LAST CHE TO If Project Fails In November No Memorial Will Ever Be Constructed HISTORY OF PROJECTS CLEARLY SHOWS THIS Building Will Never Be Erect ed If Matter Is Left To ' Public Subscription "If the memorial building doesn't carry at the corning election, no fit ting memorial to Knox county sol- Idlers will ever be built," said a citi zen Wednesday morning. "Tho history ot similar projects shows this," he continued. "Take tho case of tho soldlors' monument. Thoy started to securo money for that dur ing tho war, in 1S03 If I'm not mis taken. Tho original plan was for a much bigger memorial, ono to cost $in,ooo. "Woll, us long as tho war lasted things went on tins.' But nftor tho war was ovor, It was mighty slow. And it was not until 1876 hlrteon yuais later that tho monument was actually bujlt. Why, as lato ns the following winter In 1877 they gave a "theatilcal performance In Kirk's hall for tho benefit ot tho fund, and at that only about $5,000 all told was raised," , "It la worth noting though, that tho whole County contributed tho fund., Mlltord township especially gavo very liberally." "Hence, I say that If tho present plan doesn't go through, and the thing Is loft to popular subscription, a good many men younger than 1 will uo dean ucroro unythlng is ovor 'done." Marple-Swltzer Wedding At S:;i0 o'clock Monday ovonlng. In tho Mothodlst Kplscopal parsonage at Krcdericktown, with Hov. Charles K. Stockdalo oincintlng, Mr. Donald G. nopded by Mlhs Leone Swltzer, a sis i ter of tho bride, and by Miss Anna 'Mm pic, sister of tho brldogroom. j Tho bride Is a daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs. Cllflord Swltzer ot Frodorick- tow n and has boon omployod for somo I tlmo as a tolophono operator. Mr. Marplo fs a sou t Mr- and Mrs. Mar- plo of Krederlcktown, Ho servod jovurtoas with the First Division, Co. m, m, u. linttiilion, returning homo six nionthi ago. Mr, end hVs, 'Marplo will mako their homo in Frcdorlcktown whore Mr. Marplo Is omployod by tho Cltt Ben IClcvator Co."' " Perfect Mellck" ''- ' Wedding At 8-;!0 o'clock Tuesday ovonlng, Mr. Llojd Dovoro" Perfoct ot Croton ami Mhr. Bello" Mollck of 'Conterburg will bo united In marriage Tho wed ding will bo solemnized In the Meth od M church nt Ciotou, IUv, Bass of- DEBIT GVES i RELEASED FRQM BUILD MEMORIAL I KNOX COUNTY flelatlng. 'Tho bride,' who Is n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mollck of Contorburg, has beon employed as stenographer at the Centerburg Savings bank. Help You Club Is Entertained The members of the Help You club of Union Grove' entertained their hus bands and families last Saturday evening In the basement 6f tho Grovo church. Sixty peoplo were present to enjoy tho evening, and a solf-scrvo Biippor, guessing contosts, games and PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction, on the Irvln Young Farrru 5 rnlea east of Mt. Vernon and 1 mile north of the Coshocton Pike, on "' Tues., October 28, 1919 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO-WIT; 17 HEAD OP CATTLE Registered Short Horn bull, 2 years old; black. Polled cow, 6 years old; 3 grade Durham heifers, 2 years old, two of them with calves by side and ope to be fresh In November; black Polled heifer, 2 years old, fresh' In Novertv ber: 3 Durham steers cotninn 2 years old, black steer coming 2 years old, roan Durham heifer coming 2 years old, 2 yearling Durham steers, Durham Jersey steer, Durham heifer calf. 52 HEAD OP SHEEP Thirty-five fine wool breeding ewes, 16 fine wool lambs, 1 fine wool buck. 14 HEAD OF HOGS Two brood sows and 12 shoats, weighing 40 pounds each. ' v ONE MANUEE SPREADER HAY AND GRAIN A';': , Corn in crib, 210 shocks of corn, 8 tons of timothy hay, 18 tons'of'clovei hay, 100 bushels oats in bin. ' ,' Sale to Begin at 12 : 00 O'CIock Sharp , ; . Irvin Young V . Geo. R. Fowler ! I Terms Made Known Day of Sale RUSSELL R. SELLERS, Auctioneer. ' '. each 'other here' again and again.' " ' - . Jt took gooF&toes''with .saUsfacforj' yearjng. ' qualities to get cu.sitoiuersto .re.turn, after their first visit and purchase. .', Everly's Saved Fuel Pay For It oHHBSnHr ' '-,-, t , - -s t i r 7 y , the stove proper. f This results in an ama.iug saving in fuel a 'saving so great that your Furnace Stove will pay for itself in a few season's. And ufter that ityjl pay you. . . -i " ,Open Evenings Until 8:30 --;' MAX MEYERS STOVE STORE WEST GAMBIER STREET n social good tlmo were onjoyod. Thrf i l.lL. , .,. , ... ......... 'j.'it abler dtW t a in iuu uHsuiuuiik wvic uowibi odWtth autumn colors. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children . ."( In Use ForOvr36Var5 At ays bears the Signature of &&t J A Come Back" Customer Anv store can sell a iper .son one pair of shbes jt's your return visit "that gives zest to the life of shoe s,el iiig." ''': , You will note in this store1 that shoe customers! " ine'et No. 3 SO.'TH MAIN 8TREET Mt. Vernon, Ohio. l'Mi'ht cost ought not be coji; hideretl too serioujily in a matter of this kind ; it's the i'uel eosi tliut counts'. , T i ' ' Kvt'ii if tho heating stove thut yon are now using is in good con dition, it will pay you to hell- or discard it and start using the Hot Hhist Ftii'iuiuo Stove at once. For the ordinary stove is un scientific, wasteful, iuellicient. Thrifty folks everywhere, folks who want the utmost in home eom i'ort and economy, arc discarding their old stoves in favor of the Jloi Ulast Furnace Stove. Half to three-quarters of ujl heat generated in the ordinary stove is wasted shot ui tho cliiiiniev. In Min FiiriiHi-n Mlnvf! this loss of hent,is reduced to the niinunuin. The Little Furnatto blocks the upward rushing heat, absorbing it and throwing' it baqk against the radiating surface of- L KP fc V it"' I -M X -V.J if!1 N ' ,"22tiLii.a: v ii &iiTk, 1 I tj&fri - 4z. j;-- -i, iHstt "! -3 I jjiifeSii.R' h iWi' . vtACutJj.K-, w1!?., . 4wfefuVt. iJutinihii iSfes. .tJLi&Zijm!)aBkJtm&m,jtr . j - ' 3anM wwnmimx luire. !'. Utm u. .