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OHIO BEING WATCHED T
BY FIFTEEN STATES
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An Ex-Governor of Indiana
Spesaks For The Drys In
Mt Vernon Last
Evening
Pointing put the vital position occu
f pled by Ohio In tho forthcoming eiec
tiona, nn regards tho "dry" cause, for-'
mor Ooernor. Frank Hanly of Indiana
nddronued ft lan;o inectlnR Wednes
day ov&iinK at tho I'roshyterlan
church.
This was tho third speech delivered
by tho ex-governor during the day.
Ho epoko nt Danville at 3 d'clock in
tho afternoon and at Frcderlcktowh
at 0:15.
According to Mr. Hanly, Ohio la bo
lng carefully watched by lii Htiitos
which liovo tho Initiative and referen
dum. What Ih dono In this statu in
November will prove a deckling factor
in ulcps tlia I. may he taken In these
15 states on the "dry" question. .
According to Mr. HunJy, these lii
htaton niny go "wot," although they
have vatlflcd tho national prohibition
nmondifiont. This is In caso tho su
premo court of tho United States
holds that states possessing the In
itiative and referendum may voto on
the question again.
Ah 31! titates am needed to ratify
tho national nmendmeut and as 4r
havn already dona so, it is plain, nc-.
cording to" Mr. Hanly, that 15 states,
in reversing their attitude, would
throw tho wholo ((Mention open pneo
more ami (hero would not hu a dry.
United Slates.
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MANSFIELD PARADE
Mt. Vernon Well Represent
ed At Anniversary Celei
bration Held On
Wednesday
MANSPIRM), Oct. 23 With a
street paiado in (which commandorles
from Norwalk, Akron. Canton, Woos
tor, MuHslllon, Alllanco, Salom, Mar
Ion and Mt. Vornon participated,
Manslleld commandory, No. 21,
KnlnhtB Templar, colohratod Its llftl
eth anniversary horo yc,Btorday. Moro
than 1500 uniformed knights took
part.
Grand Commander .Tocob Ilromwell,
of Cincinnati, reviewed tho pnrado
while other olllonra of tho grand com
mandory of Ohio occupied Hunts In
the reviewing aland.
A banquet for all visiting knights
was followed by an entertainment at
tho Opera House, A military ball con
cluded tho day's program.
Pittsburgh Livestock
Hogs Itecelpts: 5,000; market low
er; heavies 12.900111; heavy yorkers
.12.90$13; light yorkers 1212.25;
pigs 11.50012.
Sheep and lambs Itecelpts: 1,500;
market lower; top sheep 10; 'top
lumbs 14.7C..- -,'".
Calves Receipts i 100; , market low
er; top 20, v s ,
Cleveland Livestock
Catllo-nocelpts: 400; 'market slow
and 25c lower. '
Calves Itecelpts:' 300; market
steady; good to choice veal calves
10.50 17.50.
Sheep Itecelpts: 1,500; market 25c
higher; wool lnmlm 14014.50; clipped
sheep C.5007.50.
Hogs ltecelpls: 5;O00; market
Steady; mixed 12.75; roughs 10.75;
stags 8.75,
Chicago Livestock
Hogs Receipts 32,000; market low
er; bulk of sales 11.85012.75; top
12.85; hoavy weight 12.40012.75;
medium weight 12.25012.85; lights 12
012.50. sows 11.25012; pigs 11.50
12.25.
Cattle Rocolptn: 10,000; market
unsettled; heavy beef 'steers 17
19.40; light beef steers I418.S5;
butcher stock cows and heifers 0.G5
14.50; canncrs ami cuttera, 5.5000.05;
Blockers and feeders 0013.25;- veal
calves 10.75017,75.
Sheep Ilocolpta: 39,000; market
weak; 'lambs, good to choice, 12.50
15.05; ewes, good to choice, 0.75
8.50.
Chicago, Grain
( Corn nee. 1.24V6; Mar. 1,22.
' OaU. Dec. .71; Mar. .73.
l'ork Oct. 41.50; Jan. 32.40.
Lard Nov. 25.92; Jan. .24.25.
llilm Oct. 15.37; Jan. 17.00.
" Toledo Grain
Clovorsced Prlmo caah and
31.25; Dec. 30.00; Jan. 30.10;
30.15; Mar. 30.00.
Alslke I'rlmo cash and Oct. 29.45;
Dec. 29.50; Mar. 29.75.
'(' Timothy Prima ensh and Oct. 5.G0;
Dec. 5,(;2'; Mar. and Apr. '5,75,
New York Stock
American 11001 Sugan 97.
Amorlcon, Sugar Refining, 137.
Ilnltlmoro & Ohio, 39.
Uothlehom Steol, 1,00,
Chosaponko & Ohio, 157 Ms
Krle, 15.
Kennocott Copper, 34,
LoulsvMo & Nashvillo, 111.
Mldvalo 8tool, 53.
Norfolk & Westom, 100.
Ohio Cities Gas, 55',.
' .'Ttopubllo Iron & Stool, '110.
U. S. Stool, 108.
WlllysOvorlond, 35.
Oct.
Feb.
1.IPT OF RILEY J.Mjellofn4Ja3De. XfEdLtLigNKth. r
foot IM NO LOtBW A HAfrWWtN IlJ7fi well newvos A tfttXlrMMth " S " liUfWfN
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ROOSEVELT MEMORIML:
SUBJECT OF SEI
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FELL DOWN STAIRS;
ANkLE IS FRACTURED
o
NORTH UBERTV, Oct. 23 Mrs.
William Jlorton fell down tho stair
way at her homo hoio yoatorday af
ternoon and fractured hor left anklo.
Rev. W. H. Shields To Deliv
er Sermon On Important '
Subject Next Sunday
DEMOCRAT a RALLY
ONFRiDAY EVER
H
OME BREW BEER IS
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n ,1N'' i o 1 T r' I Chicago, Tho,TrIbuno says:
i rominent speaker lo bivcj i addition, Washington
Address, At Democratic
Cbinmittee, Rooms
Why a riooEcvelt memorial?
This will bo tho theme of a special
sermon at tho vesper service at 4 p.
in. next Sunday at tho Presbyterian
church.
There nro good reasons for erect
ing a groat memorial to America's
great American and tho reasons
should bo told In no uncertain man
ner in these days when our American-1 Arrangements wore completed on
Ism Is on trial. Now conditions do 'Thursday! for a Democratic rally to ho
riot do away with eternal truths of I hold Prlday evening at tho Democrat
lilo and character. Thoso Interested I Ic hcadQuartcts In the Kirk building,
In helping Knox county do Its part in i public square.
honoring tho great Amorlcon nro most I A prominent speaker will be pros
cordially Invited to this service. lent to glvo an address. All Demo- j
Do not forgot tho hour 4 o'clock I crats of tho tlty nnd county nro In-1
next Sunday. This will bo tho llrst vltcd to attend this meeting. Dring,
vesper nervlco at the - Presbyterian come of your Democratic friends with
rhnrnli nnd will bn rnnlhitinri nnnh I vnn. !
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'Chicago Tribune States This
Come Under The Ban of
National Prohibition
"Homo brow'f 13 doomed!
At least such is tho Information
given out by the Chicago Tribune- In
Wednesday's edition,
In speaking of tho enforcement of
national .prohibition In the city of
has notl-,
fled the department that venders of
mdlthbpa and; tho like, advertised as
Ingredients for 'homo brew,' are sub
ject to prosecuting. This opens up a
now Held."
Right hero in Mt. Vernon "homt
brow" has, become very popular. It
was stated Thursday that thousands
of gallons of home-made beer have
been, made In Mt. Vernon since Ohio
wont dry last May.
Headache
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THOUSANDS OF WOMEN suffer miserably from
f Mr periodic 'attacks of headache, never dreaming
that a permanent cure may be had. Headache
nearly always results from some disprder of the
stomach, liver or bowels. Take Chamberlain's
r Tablets. They,. will correct these disorders and
there will be no mere headache. Many have been,
permanently cured by Chamberlain'c Tablets.
Sunday at 4 p,
winter months
m. during the fall and
HIGH SCHOOL WILL
PL
AY AT COSHOCTON
. ' LOCAL PRODUCE
Tho following prices nro paid by
II. V. Smootn for farm produco, deliv
ered fit his worohouso:
Preshj Egga fi8o
No. 1 Country lluttor 5fio
No. 2 Country lluttor 3Gc
Light Hens K;o
Heavy lions 18c
Heavy, Spring Chlckons ISc
Small Spring Chlckons lCc
Old RoostorH lfo
Ducks 20c
Uoeso ino
Turkoya 25o
AUTO TURNS OVER
Tl E INJURED
Accident Occurs Near Mill
wood On Thursday
Morning '
WENDELL BANBURY
DIES OF CROUP
MIMAVOOD, Oct. 23 An niitomo
bllo driven by Walter Hanhury of
Huckoyo City went over u culvert
near hero this morning. Tho other
occupants of tho car,' M,rs. .Inlin Mo
Klroy and Mrs. Dolla Rablan, .both of
this place, were allghtly lnJuru(Clh
latter bolng badly cut about the face
aid hands,
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BIFF!
Slop oltln Liver and Bowels
with violent drugs, but
take "Cascarets."
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I1UCKKY10 CI.TY. Oct. 211- Wendell,
tho llvo-yoorold son of Mrs. Walter
nanbury, died at, 2 o'clock this morn
ing utter two days' illnoss of mem
braneous croup.
Ho loaves one hrothor mid three
sisters. Puuaral services nt tho homo.
at 2 o'clock Prlday will bo prlvnto.
Ilurlal In Workman cometery,
Tho Mt. Vernon high school foot
ball team will go to Coshocton Sat-
unlay, morning to play Coshocton high
school in tho uffcrnpon. After tho
big victory ovor Hanesvlllo last Sat
urday, tho locals feel thoy will novo
no trouble In defeating Coshocton.
LEGAL NOTICE
Michael J. Durbln, whose residence ,
Is unknown, Is hereby notified that
Susan K. Durbln has filed her potltion
against him for divorce, in Caso No. I
10847, of tho. Court of Common Ple.iH
of Knox County, Ohio, and that said i
cause will bo for hearing on and ar
tor Dcceinbor 8th, 1919.
SUSAN K. DURBIN.
S. IL Qotshnll,
Attorney for plaintiff,
10-23.30; 11-0,13,20:12-4.
DELGO-LIGHT
Tho complete Electric Light and
Cower Plant
Saves tlmo every day 10 to 20
hours por wook on chores alone.
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Yingling & Yunkes
Phone 118 Green
MAIL OR TAKE THIS COUPON
WJth check or cash to THE ROOSEVELT MEM
ORIAL ASSOCIATION, II. S. Workman, Treasurer,
Knox County Savings Bank, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, and
receive a recolpt, and) cortillcato of membership in
the Roosovelt Memorial association, a national, non
partisan organization, formed to stimulate a love
for orderly liberty and the principles of true Americanism.
Name
Address ,
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Puul Turner and son,
William, of Mt, Vornon, spent Sunday
afternoon with rolatlvos here.
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PUBLIC
SALE
"DRY" MEETING.
A "dry" meeting Is schaduled to bo
hold ut Wntorford this (Thursday)
evening. A Mt. Vornon minister will
tnulco tho uddrusH.
Grandma' ' Powdirid
" Soap doestheworkofbotti
washing powder and bar I
snap. Suvaa one purchase.
Cheaper to usc,goeifrthcr.
The Globe Soap Company
Cincinnati. Oblo
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Mrs. W. P. McKeo of Ponusylvunla
avenue and Mrs. W. P. 'MeKuo of
Wimt High street were visitors in Co
lumbus today.
"Dynamiting" bllo out of, your sys
tem with calomel and ofher sickening
piirgatlvai. Is all wrong.. Salts, OI
and Cathartic Waters net by flooding
tho bowcln with the dlgentlvo Juices
which are vital to tho stomach. Cas
carets aro different. Thoy uct as a
tonic to tho bowel musrlos, which la
the only sensible way to relieve a
bllloun attack, a sour, arid stomach,
or coiiHtlpiitcil bowels. Thoro Is no
griping or Inconvenience. You nuts
orally return to regularity und chuor
fuliH'HH, Cascuretu cost very little
and they work while you sleep, Advt,
Houstonia Aids Nature's
Oiling of Achey Joints
Whnu JoIiiIh twIiiRO and throb nnd
pain I I'm sure that nature Iikh bumi
unable to kuup tho body In proper
trim. Then tho thing lo do Ih iclvu
nature u lu-Jp und ynurxelt rollot
with u gentlo inuKHi.KO ut HounIuiiIu.
Thla uolliiit llnlniunt pcnuliuleu tq
tho very cause of the trouble and
quickly end your pain,
' Your home should vKoyer "be 'with-
i'out HoUHlonln, the 'wonderful linl- -
mnt und u nt I a e p tic. On cuIp.
bruUea, burilH, KfnlilH and all note
si)tn It lielpx im turn quickly rt-utoro
comfort, AMk yuur drugultit for
)louno,lont).CfliH (The Original
Joiiu'h l.lnlini'iit) with I)r Jonon'
picturu on the yellow tube), f 1 00.
Half nlz GOc, trial mIxu 20c. Tho Dr.
J, U. Juuva Co, Ho. Charleston, O.
Sold by Thoi. E. Taunher and Law
ler'a Pharmacy. Mt. Vernon; Chat, E.
Fink, Fredorlcktown; C. R. Jackion,
Gambler.
RAILROAD TIME
TABLES
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
BALTIMORE A OHIO R. R, '
(Federal Time)
Eaat Bound
No, 40 8:37 a. m.
No. 44 12:15 p. m,
No, 48 7:15 p. m.
West Bound
No. 49 0:52 a. m.
No. 47 12:38 p. m.
No. 45 10:15 p. m.
All trnlna dally.
' PENNSYLVANIA LINE
AKRON DIV. ,,
(Central Time)
'' 8outhi.Bourui '
No. 634., ' 4:00 p. m.
' No.624!'.. ,'.... ?.... ,02:30,.n. ,
No. 804 i... 7:25 a. m.
No, 704 0:25 a. m.
No. C04 11:40 a. m.
North Bound
No. 623 2:36 a. m. ,
No. 035 0:00 a. m.
No. 605 2:05 p. m.
No. 805 5:03 p. m.
No. 705 5:55 p. m.
All trains dally except 701 and 706
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OF LIVE STOCK
We will sell, at public auction,, at our feeding barn near the stockyards
' at Fredericktown, Ohio, oh
:x Thurs., Oct. 30
THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK
1000 Head Of Sheepr
7? head of good coarse wool ewes, 3 and 4 years old. l
250 head of good Delaine ewes, 3 to 4 y ears old. .
4C0 head of extra good Delaine f eectin g wethers.
300 coarse wool feeding lambs. 100 Delaine yearling wethers;
3 coarse wool rams and 3 good Delaine rams.
100 Head Of Cattle
80 head of 2-year-old feeding steers weighing 800 to 1000 pounds. Just the
right kind for feeding.
20 head of well-bred red and roan year lings.
5l fresh cows.
22 head of hogs
2 sows and pigs. About 20 head shoats weighing about 60 pounds.
STOCK SALE WILL COMMENCE AT 1;00 O,0LOCK, P. M.
Those are opportunities to buy stock at prices which you see fit to giye, delivered to you without
war tax, and with values of stockand wool and plenty of feed remember do not miss this sale. .
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LEVERING BROS.
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COL. J. R. CLARK, Auctioneer. COL. J. W. CRAWFORP, Clerk
On the above date at 12 o'clock we will sell on the Smith farm just east
of town, about 400 shocks of corn. LEVERING BROS.
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