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BBS BPfin ie Hsjy ww mp'WWv;1' m 'TWJlTP? C T '.7"'C.-.JWVf,' ' mmmfmi.,,,,, ,n , ,, , riWWK,., H V " ' JA WJ ,11 JJWglFIWgw ' v '' "'T j ,) f J'VV'"x '"'.',' v " 1 111 HTmMII Ulil Mi V . p '" , T":" w. I' u , ' i . - 1 THE BANNER ,-fl rif il, IK w a- W BV 5.1 I PI'. iv ft i SOMpg rf-f'WtflHTon i Mb r JBif: hm vjf2 CALENDAR Auxiliary Unit of tlio Amer- - ft lean legion moots In the oven- ft ing at the Q. A. ft. hall. i Thursday, June 23 ft Circle No. 2 nt the Church ot i Christ meets in tho nfternoun ft ft with Mrs. Margaret Lander- ft ft baugh, Third avenue. ft ft Star circle ot the M P. ft ft church meets nt tho homo of ft ft Mrs. Hoy Dalley, 211 North 111- ft ft vision gtreuf. ft ft Tho llomemnltcrs class of the ft ft Church pf Christ meets at tho ft ft church nt 2;30. ft ft The Daughters of St. George ft ft will meet In 'the nftcrnoon with ft ft Mm. AlVey of South Center ft ft Btrcet. ft ft Tho southwest division silver ft ft circle of the M. K. church will ft ft meet In the afternoon nt Klver- ft ft sido park. ' ft ft Friday, June 24 ft ft Ladles' Aid society of tho ft ft Church of Christ meets nt 2:30 ft ft o'clock at tho church. ft ft The Chrestol Phllnthea class ft ft of tho Ilaptlst ihurch will hnvo ft ft a plnlc at IUversldo park In the ft ft afternoon. ft ft Tho Kensington club will bo ft ft entortulned at 2 o'clock nt tho ft ft home of Mrs. C. A. Lofcvor, E. ft ft High streot. ft ft ft ft ftyft ft ft ft ft ft Price-Carman Wedding Mr. Eugene I). Prlco ot North Fair Mold, O., and Miss Mary R. Carman of Now Athens, 0,, wero united In mnr rlago Wednesday evening nt Hotel Cutrls. Tho coromony was performed by Rev. J. S. Holllngshcad, 0 Entertained With Auction Mrs. Lucieu W. Coy Jr., East Pleas ant street, delightfully ontortnlneil with threo tables of auction Wednes day afternoon. At tho conclusion of tho interesting contest the prize was awarded to Miss Irono Cooper. Thq' hostess Served delicious refreshments 0 Miso Yauger Entertains Miss Ituth Yauger very pleasantly entertained a number or young girls Wednesday evening at her homo on East Sugur street. Tho evening ,was spent In dancing iiiul music. Tho hostoss sorted lunch. o Auxiliary Unit Has Meeting Tho regular meeting or tho Auxil iary Unit of tho American Legion was held Wednesday evening. A largo number was presont and transacted routino business. At tho next mooting, to occur In July, tho losing side in tho contest will entertain tho winners. , o 8llver Circle Hap Meeting Tho mombors of tho sllvor circle of tho southeast division, -M. E. church, met Wednosdny afternoon at tho hom of Mrs. C. M. Ashbaugh, Has Vino street. Eight members of tho circle wero presont for tho afternoon, Mrs. Uironzo Marshall will enter tain the circle at her homo In two wecku, , o Double Wedding Is Solemnized A double wedding wan solomnlrod Wednesday noon at tho home of tho ofllclntlng mlultslur, Row M. A. Lamp of Newnik Thy contracting parties wore Mr. Mllos O. Clovenger of Mt Glload and Miss Hnzol Post ot Con torburg and Mr. Clarence Pate of Sun bury and Miss Doris O, Cunningham of Columbus. Mr. ami Mrs. Clovenuor will rcsldo in Olierlln. -v. frand Concert At State Sanatorium Tho Knights or Pythias band outer talned tho patients, nurses and nlllc lals of tho Ohio State Sunatorlum with n delightful concert Wednosdny evening nt the institution, A Mdondld ' program was carried out and tho baud was quite liberal with encores. Tho program wns carried out under tho direction of Prof, Sebach, leader of the baud. Picnic Held At Jackson's Woods A picnic was hold In tho Johnson woods Tuesday ovonlng. Tho follow ing, with their families, wero present: msmmmMMfmssm Mil MARGARET, PORTER, Society Mltor Mr. 'strfd Mrs. Sterling Johnson, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jewell, Mr. ami Mrs. H. 1), llorron, Mrs. 0. A. Lafuver. Tho out-of-town guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Wninwrlght Davis and sons, of Mt. Vernon, III., Miss I'aulliio Oelwlcks of Keysor, W. Va.j 'Mrs. Paul Kluulson and daugh ter, Miss Edna Babb and Mrs. Wil liam Dyer, all of Cleveland, ' ' o Miss Flshburne ,, To Attend Wedding Miss Florence FIshburno of the Newark road went to Granville Thurs day to attend tho wedding of Miss Ruby IlarncJ to Mr. David Colo of Palnesvlllc, which Is to occur this oonIng.nt S:;i()'o'cIock nt tho bride's home. The bride-elect formerly resided in ilrlnlc Haven nnd wns graduated from tho local high school. Miss Fish Inirntv and Miss Harnes wero school mates at Denlson university, from which also Miss llarnes was gradu ated. .,, o Circle No. 2 Is Entertained . ' Mrs. 'Morgan Lauderbaugh enter tnlnoil Circle No. 2 of tho Vino street Church of Christ Wednesday after noon nt her homo on Thlr.d avenue. Twolvo' 'inembern of tho clrclo and 0110 guest, Mrs. H. S. Allbaugh, wero present for the afternoon. Mrs. Laud erbaugh served refreshments to tho guests. Tho circle will havo its noxt meet ing nt tho homo of Mrs. Fred ' Colle, North Catherine street. Elks Pfcnlc At Riverside Park Tho Ladles of tho Elks gavo n pic nic Wednesday afternoon at IUver sldo park. Tjlie Indies hail as their guosts Elks and tho mombors of their families.' Over 12." porsons wero present for tho delicious supper at 0 o'clock. After supper, sovorai hours wero dollghtfully spent lu gamos nhd'j contosts. -;) Tho, committee. mTrflngftiS, U10 pic nic conftlatoi'Dbti lrB.ifl&(wiJnl Wuch ner, Mrs. Archlo Cochrnn and Mrs. Clifford KrTnV. '"' Ti "l -0 Fravcl-ftlrkpatrlck Weddjng Tonight Tho wedding of Mr. James W. Frav- o), son of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles W. I'l-avol ot Greon Valloy, and Miss El eanor Mi if pntiick, dijpghtar ot Mr. and Mrs.'Oeorgo Klrkpntrlck or Utlca, will occur Thursday cvonlng nt 8 o'clock nt tho brldo's.hoino In Utlca. Rov. J. S. Thompson or Honiot, "t'al., will porrorm tho ceroniony. Tho, brldo-uloct was 11 shutout nt WpoBtor university tho past tei'in nnd Ih well known throughout Knux county. Mr. and Mrs. Fravol will rosldo on n farm In Greon Valley. Dinner Party At Country Club Mrs. P.. II. Williams of Muplehurat and Mrs, Samuel II, Dougherty of East Gamblor street oiitortiilncd with dinner val'4 7 o'clock Wednesday oven lug at tho Country club, Tho guosts of honor at tho dinner wore Miss Sara llory,oy of tho Columbus. School for Glils,' who Is spending tho Bum inor aUluir homo hero, and Mr. Uiw renco WiyiuniH, a student at Qborllu the piiBt year. , Covers were laid for 25 guosts, In cluding from out or tho city, Miss lluu Warren of Sullivan, Intl., guest of Mjii, James F. Loo, nnd Mr, Miinn or llrooklyn, N. Y., who Is tho guest of Mr. Lyman Gurhor, Mrs. Brown's Circle Is Entertained Mrs. Brown's clrclo of tho M P church Mvus delightfully ontortnlnod Wednosdny afternoon at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wyllo Smith, Granville load. landed autsiuobilos com menced to arrive soon nftor tho noon hour run) the spurious lnwu and benu tlful tulioiH and shndo trees nutdo n delightful mooting plnco. Over CO porsons wero in attendance among them Mrif.. CiisboIi of Cleveland, a for mor resident of Knox county. Afterho social hour, tntersporscd with; singing old-tlmo sougx, tho host ess.'ntisd by Mrs. C. fl, Squires, served a two-iourso lunclioon. Thd occiiBlo'tl was ono of enjoyment for all. Tho contimlttoo Is grateful to nil who furnished transportation nnd niado It possible Tor so many ,to at tend. ,,. K. of C. Reception Honoring Fr. Rogers a t Rov. Paul Rogors, recently' ordain- ed a priest nt Washington, D. C, and tho first member of St. Vinrcnt do Paul's parish to be'ordnlnod, wns tho guest of honor at, a Reception glvon Wednesday evening by the Knights of Columbus.' The reception occurred nt the school auditorium, North Mc Arthur street, and was attended by nearly .100 porsons, Including a num ber from out of town.. - jjUj?'"-? ,JJ During the evening. . .talk'fv Were made by Rev. t. ,'W. Mulhnne, 'Dr. Jumes F. Lee, Mr. fe: R. ParMsrnl... Dr. W. P. Brown of the Ohio State Sanatorium. HeV. Rogers also spoke, heartily thunklng tho members of the parish for the kindness shown him the past week. Throughout the evening, delightful music was furnished by n six-piece orchestra diroctod by Mr. Alfred Pahl Tho committee arranging the re ception consisted of B. R. Pnrker, Jo seph Henley, Ellas T. Snpp, John Collins, Leo Allerding,. Dr. W. P Drown and John McDonough. o Dance Occurs At Country Club A regular subscription dance was given at tho Country club Wednesday evening, nnd was attended by tho Inrgest number of persons present nt a soclul affair at the club this season. Tho clubhouse was tastefully decorat ed in boughs of greenery and with roses. Excellent music was furnish ed the duncers by Haber's four-piece orchestra from Columbus. Among the 150 persons present, tho following wore from out of the city: Dr. and Mrs. Glcnmore, Cincinnati; Dr.'Thomas Sutton, Miss Barbara Sut ton, Znriesvllle; Dr. Helen Zowertunn, Topeka, Kns.; Mr. T. A. Gray, Coshoc ton, John Imfborrow, Ixindon; Mr. Clay Pierce, Urbann; T. M. Off hill, Pittshuigh; Mr. and Mrs. Walnwrlght Davis, Mt. Vernon, 111.; Miss Edna' Uabh, Mrs. Paul KInnlson, Cleveland; Mr. Howard Fishback, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mrs. John Guyer, Trenton; Miss Isabello Mawcr and Miss Susan Goro, Cleveland. The committee arranging the danco consisted of Messrs. Charles Myors, chairman, Dwlght McNabb, Robert Soverns, Lloyd Martin, Charles W. Salisbury and Kenneth M. Harper. Surprise Party Is Given , Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Davis delight fully entertained at their home Tues day evening In. honor ijf Mr. Robert .Foglo's birthday, Tho lawn was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns. Games and music were .enjoyed, throughout tho evening and ice cream and cako were served on (he lawn and a good time was enjoyed by all. Those present wore: Mr. and Mrs. John L. Davis, Mr. and MrB7 Orla Dav is, Mrs. Emma Davls.--.Mr3. Myrtle Koyes, all of Frederlcktown; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McGinloy, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Foglo, Mr. nnd Mrs. WJ1I Hurdmnn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sevolt, Mr. Ell Davis, Mr. uud Mrs. Ernest Bovlng tou, JMr. nnd Mrs.-Edwnrd Davis all of Mt. Vernon; Miss Marie Davis, Little IJotty Koyes, Ruth Davis of Freder lcktown; Miss Hazel Bovlngton, Miss Lola Fogle, Miss Anna Foglo, Miss Pleotu Foglo, Miss A,nnn Rogerson, Miss Laura Davis, Miss Editho Davis, Esthor Davis, Littlo Irene Davis, all of Mt. Vernon; Wilson, Wilbur and Wendall Davis of Frederlcktown; Mr. Charles "Nugent, Mr. Rnlph Fogle, Mr. Robort Fogle, Mr. Clifford Davis, Mr. Kenneth Bovlngton, William, Albert and Wilson Bovlngton, John, nnd Ches ter Hurdmnn uud little Robert Sey volt, all of Mt. Vernon.. . Mrs. Davis was assisted by Mrs. W. P. Foglo and Mrs. E. D. iJevlngton. All departed at n very lato hour wishing Mr. Foglo ninny more happy birthdays. StsvensCongdon Wedding Tho ninrrlago of Cleora Mario Cong don, dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wilkinson of Wyoming street to Ralph Eugene Stevens ot Clinton, for merly of Mt. Vornon, O., was solemli ized Wednesday morning nt 10:30 o'clock , In tho First Baptist church. Tho brltlo who was attired lu n travel ing suit of navy and groy wore a cor sago of valley lilies nnd sunburst rosi os. Sho was attonded by TUIsa Qor nldlno Smith as maid of honor. Mlsa Smith woro a sult'of tuu and her cor sage was of Ophelia rosobuds? Mr. Stevens was nttomlod by Mr. Donald Messmore 'ot Canton, as best mnn. ' by Rev. Forrost Frasor of pJFIJ-t u ui(uv,u llllf WIIIH Wll. 1UUII DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light aad Power PUat , Turns tho cream soparutor tum bles tho churn. Saves time onch day Yunkes & Altenburt Phona 1190 Baptist church. Before the arrival of he wedding party, Miss Ruth Dlttor sang n number ,ot love .songs, while Mlsa Barbara kerns of Ironton, pre sided nt the organ. The ushors wero Misses Grace Frnser, Florence Thomp son, Katherlne KrVig, Doris McCrnck en, Katherlne McMlllen and Zola Mortimer. Immediately following the ceremony a breakfast was ,ser,Yed In the .cuurcU to thp wedding party and out of town guejjts. The Ut nt .town guests included Mr, nnd Mrs. Arthur Steveps, Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Nichol, Miss Helen StevenB, Mrs. Helen Stev ens, Miss Bollo Bennett, Vance Stev ens, Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Spnrks and daughter, Betty, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mnllln, Mr. Dan C.Sone, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooney.Mr. and Mrs. C. Rpy LnFever, Mrs. Hugh Neal, Miss Bar bara McManls, of Mount Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Robert York Dlriam, of Mansfield; Mft ahdUtrs. Curtis W. Stevens, Mr. and-'Mrs. Fred Aumlller and Mr. and Mrs. 'Alfred ShutUof Co lumbus; Mrs. H. C. Barrick of Zanes vllle; Mr. Donald Messmoro ot Can ton, Miss Barbara Kerns of Ironton, and Rev. and Mrs.1 Charles J. Rose of Granville; Miss Flora Strubles and Mrs. A. M. Beckley of Cincinnati. Early in the' afternoon Tvlr. and Mrs. Stevens left for a short trip and after July 1, they will be at home in 315 Ninth street, N. E. Canton, O. Newark American-Tribune. Rov. Carr of Utlca will preach Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at tho Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ada Osborn and children, of Bedford, O., nro visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott. Mrs. Minnie Mollck of Nowurk vis ited her sister-in-law,, Mrs. Graco Ash craft, last week. Mrs. Robert Melick is spending several days with her daughter, Edith Mills, at Fredoricktown. Mrs. Lena Hall and daughter Ruby of Nowark aro visiting her parents. Mrs. Lizzie' Rinqhiirt of Goshen spent last week With hor daughter, Mrs. John Holbrook. Mrs. Coftman of' Nowark is spend ing several weeks with hor grand daughter, Mrs. D..(M. Wiggins. Mrs. Mary Portoi-field' and Mlsa Paulino Porterfleld' are visiting rela tives at Akron. v i ' Glonn Rlne of Bliss college spent tho woek-nd with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs; Andrew Rlne. Miss Bosslo J'ortor nnd father, of West Carlyslo, attended the all-day meotlng Sunilny at tho , Church of Christ. ' ' Miss Edna Cochran of Danville is spending some time with her grand parents. Miss Opal, Martin pi Newark spent last woek with Mrs. Mac Stonohock or. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Porterfleld attended commencement last Wed nosdny at Delaware, whore their son George was a graduate. Their daguh- tor, Miss Llbbie, was a graduate at Mt. Vernon Thursday. Miss Graco Dudgeon returned Mon day to Atlious after spending a week's vacation with her parents. .Missionary society of tho Presby terian church met one day last week at tho homo of .Mr.a Thomas Vanwin klo, with 20 monibcrs presont. A dnughter was bori) on Juno 14 to Mr. nnd Mrs, Leo Earlywlno. $1,000.00 at 5 - will cam as much as $1,666.66 at 3 CITIZENS BUILDING & LOAN 6-8 E. Vine St. Sore Feet Now is the time when nearly every one suffers from aching, tired, Gwollen or burning feet, when the side walks feel like walking on a furnaoe', or anyone who has to be on their, feet In Use A. D. S. FOOT soate::,. Back to the, 'old price 25c PER CAKE. Also Removes Calouses. Lawler's Pharmacy Public Square BLJHBIG A timely display of Furnish ings for the Summer Porch Dnring the warm days of out of doors. , - For the lover of the summer porch we have arranged a special showing of Aero lux Porch. shades, grass rugs and Fibre Furniture. See the window display this week. First you need Aerolux Porch Shades flEROLUXI I I' Tif Ji i J TlaiaMaMallaaaaBaTE I I VENTILATINO I PorchShadesfj A telephone message will bring the Porch Shatie man to your home with complete Information. Grass Rugs- Grass rugs of Japancso manufacture, in good shades of brown, blue or green with plain cen ters or in all-over Chinese patterns aro very desirable for tho porch. Thoy aio good looking and serviceable. Size 6x9 at $4.25. Size 8x10 at' $6.00. Size 9x12 at $7.00. . ... Grass Carpet- In brown or green la 1 yard wide at 75c the yard. 12 yards wide at $1.25 the yard 2 yards wide at $1.50 the yard. J! -------- f splendid quality of Japanese II q 1 f 1 AlHjJ matting. 27 inches high, he orcii vusnions " B T top3 nro n ,nche3 sfuar mak- A special assortment of Porch Cushions, round 111 inBvv an ldeal 8tand for many II or oblong covered with pretty patterns of light ' purposes! Eachs S""!! $lio$2 ' $1.25 fU-(ldeutlsu Goods 0k START YOUR CAR WITH U.S.L STORAGE BATTERY LaFever & Morton 216-218 W. High St. Phone 1010' For Servlc0 Resolution No. 192114 DuulnrliiK It nect'ssnry tn lmm-ovti Onv MU vet iroin Ulnli HUed to Water Ktruut by pliicliu; therein u sanitary sewer. Ho It ivhoIvciI by tho cmim-lt (if tlio city of Mt. Vernon, Stnto or Olilo, tliteu rourtlis of all iiiemlierx electeil tlicietu coneiMTlm:: See. 1, Tlmt It Is neressnry to Imnrovo Guy Street from J Huh Stieet to Water Stieet by placliiK therein i snnltiiry sewer. Sec. 2. Tlmt tlio Krudo of snld Improvo liMiut hIimII Iio lis Mxed )y tlio' jiIiiuh of tlio engineer. See. :i, Tlint tlio plans, Hpeclllciillon.t, e.sUmnli'H mill prollhw of tlio jiioposeii llliiiMveiiicnt lieietoforu pi spared by tlio eiiKioeer mm now on inn in mo oil ice of tlio director' of public service, bo unci tno huiiio mo Hereby appioveil. Ke.e, 4."J.'lint tlib wliolii cost of snlil lin provement, lews one-tlftloth thereof nnd the- ciiNt of uiunlioleH, hIiuII bo usstpHsed y the. front foot upon tlio following Uo n.TlDell bits una IuikIh, towlt: nil lots anil nnd luntU bouiullng niul nbuttliiK iuioii tbq proposed lniiiroyciiient which mild JiitH nnd lands nro hereby determined tn oo specially bcnciiicn ny siuii linpiovu ment; and tho cost of Mild Improvement shall Include tlio expense of tlio prelim inary uud other surveys, nnd of publish ing tho notices, resolutions and ordinanc es ietiilied. and tlio servliiK of said no tlces, tlio cost of construction, tOKetlier with Intel et on bonds Issued lu anticipa tion of tho collection of deferred assess. menu and all other necessary expendi tures. Sec. 5. Tlmt tho assessments so to bo levied shall bo puld lu ten unnual in stallments, with Interest on deferred pay ments nt G pur cent per annum: pro vhled tlmt tlio owner of ,nny property iiBswsed may, nt his option, pay such assessment lu cash wltiiln thirty days from unit after tlio pasaaRO of the njisess Inif ordinance. In which cumj suld cusli na sessinent shall not Include any Item of in terest upon bonds to bo Issued In antici summer we rebel at indoor ' Thoy make your sun-exposed porch cool, airy and shady. Half out-of-doors, half , inside, occupying a place midway between the garden and the closed interior your porch offers, all the joys and de lights of the open air, amid cozy and comfortable home surroundings. ' Is yours too hot for rest too .public for real comfort? Aerolux Ventilating Porch Shades will convert it into the coolest, airiest, most comfort able room in the house. They protect you from the heat and glare of the sun, yet they ventilate through the entire surface admitting every cooling breeze that blows. "We have them in pleasing shades of brown and green and from three to 10 feet in width. Fibre Furniture- Bamboo pation of tlio collection ot deferred In stallments of assessments. Sec. 0. That bonds'" of tlio city of Mt. Vernon, Ohio sbnll bo Issued In anticipa tion of tlio collection of assessments by Installment and In an amount equal thereto. ' Sec. 7. That tho remainder of the entire cost .of said Improvement, not specially iissesseu, mcmuiiiK mo cosi 01 man holes, tocetber with tho cost of any reul estate or Interest therein, purchased or appropriated and tlio costs uud expenses or any appropriation proceeuniK meru forc, and tlio damages uwurded any own er of ndolnliiK lands and Interest there on, nnd tho costs and expenses of any such award, shall bo puld in tho manner as is provided ny luw. Sec. 8. This resolution shall tako ef fect nnd bo in force from and after the earliest period ullowed by luw. Passed May 18th, 1921. . WM. It. IIOOICWAY, President Pro tent of Council. Attest: JIOWAUU C OATHS, City Auditor. I. Howard C, Gates. City Auditor of tho City of Mt. Vernon, Ohio do hereby certi fy that tho foresolUK Resolution No. 19l1 14 wns returned by tho Mayor, Ned II Kr. May 31st, 19J1, and tho said Resolu tion wus not nppioved or vetoed by tho suld Muyor, Ned Ihter. HOWAltD C. OATRS, 0-10,23 City Auditor. Ordinance No. 192112 To Issue bonds for the purposo of paying the city's bhuro of ceitalu Impiuve liients. lie it ordained by the council of tho city of Mt. Vernon, Stute of Ohio, two thirds of tho members elected thereto concur rlni! Seo. 1. That It Is deemed hecessary by the council of the city of Mt. Vernon .to issuo nnd sell bonds of said city of Mt. Vernon In the sum ot J2S.0K.tW for tho purposo of paying tho city's share of inuKiiiK mo louowiiiK improvements; Norton and Pleasant street storm sewer, Btai'tlnn at tho Norton nnd Durgess street Intersection, thencq running to Pleasant street, tlienco cast on Pleasant street to ,tlio east property lino of Sundusky street: ftouin uuy street storm sewer iroin tno corporation line to the center of Ohio avenue and Mulberry street sewer from Ilurgess street to Curtis street. North Mulberry street sanitary sower f I oni Pleasant street to tvlthln fifty foet of Sunset street: Cemetery Avenue sunl tary sewer from second alley south of Warden street thence north to tho first alley south of Warden Btrcet: West Cur tis street sanitary sewer from Prospect street to llrst alley east of Sundusky street and South Clay street sunltury sewer fiom Illirh street tn Water street. Knst Curtis street, Improving by drain- i"f, curmnj,- una paving iroin Main streot to McKeiulo street: Klllott streot, Improving by draining, curbing and pav ing from Kmrur street to llmntruinck stieet; Pleasant street, Improving by, living and are eager to be will add to tho attractiveness of tho porch. Chairs, Rockers, Tables and Settees built" sub stantially of Fibre with brown varnish 'finish' make a very good appearance. Somo of the pieces are upholstered in good quality tapestry. Chairs and Rockers $10.75 to $25. Tables $8.75 to $13. Settees $30. Be sure to see tho three-pleco set made up of chairs, rockers and tables at $30. Stands- Like 'the Illustration at $1.25 Well, built of selected Bamboo the tops are covered with &s splendid quality of Japanese matting. 27 inches high, he top3 nro 11 inches scaare mak ing an ideal stand for many purpdflesi Each' a draining, curbing and paving, from Gay stieet to Sandusky street; Knst Chestnut Improving by drnlnlpg, curbing and pav ing, from Park stieet to Brown street. North Mulberry streot, . Improving by draining, curbing and paving, from nur getsH street to Curtis street and South Uuy street. Improving by drnlnlng, curb ing ipd pnvlnf, from High street to Water street. Sec. 2. That 'tho bonds of said city of Mt. Vernon bo Issued In the sum or 2S,!55.0!) for the aforesaid purposo: bond number ono shall bo in 'Tho denomination of JI.GK.OD nnd bonds numbered fixim two to nineteen shall bo In the denomination of Jl.noo.OO encli; they shull bo numbered conecutlvely from one to nineteen nnd bearing interest nt tho rate of 6 per cent per nnnum, payable seml-nnnuully, evidenced by coupons attached thereto; said bonds slinll bo dated July 1st. 1921, nnd bond number one shall bo due and payable July 1st, 1922 and bond number two shall bo due and payable Jnn, 1st, 1923, and of the bnlunpo snld bonds ono shull ho due nnd payable every six months tberenfter until thoy all havo been redeemed: said bonds shall bo pay able, nt the office of tho Trustees of tho Sinking fund In tho city of Mt, Vernon, State of Ohio. Sec. 3, Sold bonds shall express upon their fuco tho purposo for which they are Issued nnd tlmt they nro Issued In mirauanro of tho ordinance;, They shall bo prepared, issued and delivered under tho direction of tho city auditor nnd slinll be signed by the mayor of said city nnd by tho city auditor nnd sealed with tho corporate seal of said city; and tho In terest coupons attached to said bonds slinll be executed by the city auditor with his slgnaturo thoreon or ho sbnll havo hit slgnuturo printed or lithographed thereon. Seo. 4. The nroceeds from tho Rnlo of raid bonds, except tho premiums nnd nc crued Interest thereon, shnll bo pluced In tho city treasury to the credit of tho proper funds nnd In tho proper propor tions as Is shown by the engineer's es timates of nil of tho ubove mentioned Im provements und shall be disbursed upon proper vouchers for tho purposo of pay ing the city's share of tho nbovo men tioned Improvements and for no other purpose; und the premiums and accrued interest received from such snle shall ho transferred to the trustees of tho sink Ing fund to be npplld by them In tho manner provided by law. Sec. R. This ordinance shall tnko effect and bo In force from and after tho ear liest period allowed by law, Passed Muy isth. 1921. , WM. 11 IIOOICWAY, President Pro Tern of Council, Attest: HOWARD C. GATKS. , City Auditor. Tho foregoing ordinance Imvlnir hnn returned to tho Council by the Mayor m the 31st day of May, 1921. with his veto wicreio unu ms reasons mereror, the same was adopted by two-thirds of alt mem bers elected to said Council on the 13th day of June, 1921. ... . HOWARD C. OATHS, 0-10,23 City Auditor. v i i , A V "1 - t--T . M H i 'i f. r' -J '