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fs,' kvijr " i. B'rTTv3 TFf " Mil mmm mx THE BANNER $ w it LOCAL NEWS 4t Call Williams' Flower Shop, 233. tf Mibs Dolly Loy 1ms accepted a 1 position tit tho Kokoslng Lunch Shop. Mis. Goorgo Jncobsi ot Gnmbler spent yesterday hero with friends. Metzgnr tailoring satisfies. tt Jlr. llnrryStoIo of Gnmbler was n business visitor here yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John uccnro attend ed the races at Columbus today. Hlfjh grade fertilizer and bone meal for sale. The Ward-Cox Co. x23 ,, Mrs. C. Colopy ot Danville spent" yesterday hero with friends. Mr. A. N. Krlncr ot Newark trans acted business hero today. Miss Mary Tenter ot Uollvlllo is is upending n few days hero ns Ihu guest df relatives and friends. Winchester shells. G. R. Smith & Co. tf Mr. J. C. Tlnkcy was a business visitor in Anlconytown and Dcllvillo yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Jllno of tho Sycliar mad left today for Gloumont to ninhe their futuro liome. .Kodak pictures carefully finished and enlarged at Tlnkoy's Studio, tt Mr. Hay Urowne of Gambler trans acted business In tho city Wednes day evening. I Mrs. W. If. Scott of Krlc, Pa., left today for her homo after spending n ,Jnw days hero with friends. Tho Luiio clothing storo will be closed Saturday until G o'clock, be cause of holiday. x21 Mr. Albert Holts ot Gambler trans acted business in tho city last even ing. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Jones ot East High street have gono to New York for n few duys. Smart and exclusive designs in trimmed lints at Kirk & Jackson's, 15 'East Gambler street. x2l Miss Klennor Mceks of IJrlnlc Hav en spent yesterday hero ns the guest of friends. Messrs. John and William Gann of Brink Haven wqro Ml. Vernon visit ors on Wednosduy. On account of the holiday Saturday, the Boston Store will bo closed until 6 o'clock In the evening. x22 22 Messrs. William Ward and Charles Ward wero business visitors in Now ark yesterdny. Mrs. It. D. McCnlla ot Ilonior spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. J. Christopher, Newark road. Fresh fish and oysters dally. Free dollvery. Flah Market, 'phone 1092. 21 Mr. nnd Mrs. U, S. Lyhurger and Miss Hetty Lybarg- ot Gambler Bpent yesterday in tho city. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Ueanis of Fred crlcktown spent Wednesday hero with relatives. Blue Ribbon and Perfection bread, 1'3 lb. loaf 9c. Get itfrom your gro cer. " tt Miss Luolllo Links of Frederick town was tho guest of fi lends in tho city Wednesday. Mr. Max L. Sullivan attended the grand clicult races at Columbus ti dny. Hlnh grade fertilizer anjl bone meal for cale. The Ward-Cox Co. x2:i Mr. lr. S. Englohart and Air. 10. C. Englohart of llrluk Haven visited In Mt. Vornon on Wednesday. Mrs, John Merger and son Jack loft todny for I'uikorshtirg, W. Vu., after spending the iismmor In this city. Our store will be closed all day Saturday on account of Jewish hol iday. Fit-Rite Shoe Store; No. 230 South Main street. x22 'i'i Mrs. Alhlnu Mlshoy lias returned to hor homo in Cleveland nftor veil ing her sister, Mrs. C. F. McGlnloy. Messrs. Edward L. Parker, Charles 'Salisbury and O. O. Adleman motoreil to Columbus today to attend tho races. Economical production costs make It possible for you to buy Blue Ribbon and Perfection bread, large loaf, 9c. Get 't from.your grocer. tf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forthonio left todnv for their home In Punusboro, W. Vn.. after spending the tsuiuiner here with rehitivoH nnd friends. Mr. Curtis Griibb, a sttidout at Ohio uulvorslty, is in tlio city, culled horn by tlio denth of his undo, Harvey Fletcher. COAL Buy Hocking Valley lump coal of Dublneky Bros. Delivered In tills clly, ?S.r0 a ton. tf Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Currau and Mr. nnd Mrs. dilutes McKay motored to Columbus today to attend thu grand circuit races. Mr O. E. Nixon of Noith McKen zle street went to Mansllcld today to attend tho northeast Ohio conference ot tho M. E, church, CAKK BALK., A sale ot home-mado cakes Saturday, Sept. 23, at 1 o'clock at Sharp's flower storo, by the W. II. M. S. of tho M. E. church, ,2l Mr, and Mrs, Fred lliirmnu nun daughter, Ittitb, and Mr, ntid Mrs. Jshmenl Harmon nnd daughtur, Horn Ice, have returned t their home in Gray&vllle, ()., after a lslt with Mr. nnd Mri! Oh cur llnrmoii. Mansfield avenue. tjgffjfi- -'Irffl.t'W"-''-''" "Say It with flowers" from Sharp's Flower Storo. Phono 895. tf Mrs. Frank Andrlck ot East High street went to Loudonvlllo today to spend n few days with her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Smoot8, and family. Mrs. Paul MeGorry ot West Picas nnt street left yesterday for Akron, where sho was called by tho death of nn aunt. The Rlchman Bro9. clothling store nt No. 232 South Main street will be closed all day Saturday on account of holiday. ' x22 22 Hov. S. J. Cieolnnd wont to Colum bus this morning to attend tho con ference on stewardship held in tho First Baptist church under denomina tional auspices. County Commissioner Shufer and Mrs. Shafcr and Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlcs Wander of Loudonvlllo wero guests the first of tho week ot Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McGlnloy. s Meskcd carnival dnncc at Zolman's pavilion, Frederlcktown, Fnldny even ing, Sept. ?2. Music by American Le gion orchestra. George W. YaUger, manager. TuTh x21 Mrs. ltoger Guenther und daugh ters of Cleveland nro spending a number of weeks with Mrs. Gtien- Ihor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Drilling, Gambler avenue. Mrs. llattlo Parr and Miss Gertrude Parr returned to their home on East Ohio avonuo after spending two weeks in Detroit with relatives and friends. Our store will be closed Saturday, Sept. 23, until 6 o'clock In the even ing, on account of holiday. Rosen thal! & Esely, opposite Vino theatre. X22 22 Mr. and Mr3. Waiter Cutnaw and daughter Hetty and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gllmoru spoilt Wednesday ovonliig lu Utlea, the guests ot rela tives. St. Vincent du Paul's Sowing Clr clo and Auxiliary will hold a. food buIo at F. J. 1iwlor's drug store, No. 1 West High street, Saturday, Sept. 2J, commencing at 10 a. in. Your pa troungo is kindly solicited. x22 Mr. Lloyd Hollmuu arrived homo today from lloiiryettu, Okln., whero ho spout sovoial months In tho inter ests of the llopo Etiglnuciltig & Sup ply Co. Our assortment in millinery is twice the normal lino. Wo cover all prices from tho ready-to-wear, inex pensive hats to tho popular priced patterns. ICirk & Jackson, 15 East Gambler streot. x21 Mcshi's. Thomas E, Tanglier, Bay mom! Tanglier, P. W. Tanglier anil Thomas Frederick woro among thoso form tills city attending tho grand circuit races today. Mr. and Mrs. Dale J'ortor returned to their homo In Orrvlllu yosterdny after spending several days hero at tlio home of tho formur's parents, Mr. ai'd Mrs. W. 1). Poller ot West Vino street. J. .J. J Did you get your Hoover J J electric cleaner? It not, why J not? Only $5 per month. Tho j Kneclil-Fouiioyi Eloctriu Co. It J. ? ? T ? ? t f ! ? t ? Mm. 1. jM. Montgomery of West Chestnut street left Wednesday for Milwaukee, Wis. Shu will bu accom panied homo by her mother, Mrs. 11. i:. Aiihtiu, who has been upending tho summer there. Mr. and Mrs. Clem MuNabh of Mt. Vornon, Mr. Martin llurtnett, Air. John McNabb and lauilly of Howard were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thiidu McNabb of Howard thu lirut of tho week. Call Mis. Oborno for Nu-llono cor sets. 101 ICast Chostuiit struut. Phono 1015. 3.2:i 22 Mr. Samuel Schoolo,!' of tho Mans Hold roail was In Frazeysburg, Mus kingum (.oiiuty, tlio llrsl of tho week visiting Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Schooler aiid Mr. mid Mrs. C. I. Inlleld. lie vlslleil llaiiglimau pink and saw the Ht'.itiies ot soino proiulnont Ainorl- calm Washington, Grant, Garlleld, McKluley, Boosovelt, Lincoln, Tuft mid others. ltov. S. J. (Jleehind will preach it tho Amity Baptist ihuich Sunday afternoon at !! o'clock. Betty Wales Week at Ringwalt's NOTICE TO PAINTERS Tin' trustees of the I'nlon Grove church, located two and onu-balf miles niutheiiHt of Gauibler, doslro bids for tho painting of tho churcl inn! outbuildings paint to he fur nibbed h the chinch and job to be completed lu October. State both coutiact prlio and pi leu by t'.; day. All bids must bo In the hands of Mar vin Biggs, Gnmbler, It, I). 2, on or be fine Wednesday, Sept. 27. Tho trus tics rohiirve the right to iojec( any or nil bids. .n24 .rlfrlfth tUi ii "'ftwi -1 ..Yrr- Kl OFFICIALS NAMED FOR FOOTBALL GAMES Principal II. C. Koch of tho ML Vornon high Bchool today announced tho referees for tho various football gales in which Mt. Vernon high will participate tills season. Following nro thu olllclals: Oct. 7, Nov. 18 and Nov. HO Mr. Dunlup, South high school, Columbus. Nov. 4 U. S. Martin, physical di rector of Otterbein college. At. all other games not mentioned above, Mr. Ewalt and Harry Ward lo cal men, will olllclate. Corcoran Takes Job With County Surveyor Several changes have occuricd in tho P'Tsoniiel of tho stalf in tlio olllcj of County Surveyor Call VanVoorhls. James Shields has resigned his po sition to go to college, nnd Fred Hayes has resigned to attend tho Mt. Vernon Business college. "Biownin" Corcoran lias accepted a position under County Surveyor VanVooilils und will bo assigned to ield work. MRS. MARTHA SCOTT CLAIMED BY DEATH Mrs. Martha Scott, wife of JnmcJ Scott, well-known farmer of Harri son township, died Thursday morning at 7 o'clock at, her homo after an Ill ness ol nioi o than a year as the re sult ot a complication of diseases. Mis. Scott was 51 years of age. She was born In Harrison township, a daughter of tho late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Horn. She Is survived by her husband and tlir:o sons, Clay, Lee and Oliver, and two daughtcis. Mrs. May Thomas and Mis') Alice Scott. FIvo brothers and two sisters also survlvo her. Sho w.tj a member of tho Messiah Church of Christ, In But ler township. Tho funeral will" bo held at tho Grovo church Saturday at 1:80 p. in. Burial In the Grovo ccniotmy, AT THE IVIES THE LYRIC Although several scenic effectb on tho screen may bo "faked," thero tiro some nt which tho actors hao long since drawn tlio lino, hi particular, tlioro Is novur any ait.lllcbil loud brought to nil actor or an actress. This observation Is apropos ot Miss Not maud's eating unties lu her Gold wyn production, "Head Over Heels." In this comedy quite a quantity of food Is consumed, and although theso scoiius may seem extravagant, and not a little ridiculous, tho food was nil prepaied at tho studio restaurant. During thu filming of tho picture, which conies to Ihu Lytic tlieatro Fri day und Saturday, huver.il Italian dishes nro consumed, as wull as food solved on tlio roof garden of a fash ionable Now York hotel. Thl.i food Is cutou and lias to bu well picpaicd. THE VINE Clmi les Buy transfers hlB activi ties to thu Mexican border and pre sents a plot of mora dramatic inter ost than usual In "Gas, Oil and Wa ter," tho attraction at tho Vint the atre Friday and Saturday. Tho star has the rolo of a secret Horvlco agent who works out tho pioblom ot capturing a gang ot smugglers lu his own stylo. Ilottlo races botwoon tho outlaw gang and a detachment of agents fea ture In tlio results. Tlio uummal sur roundings of i mission house, turned Into n hotel, In the midst ot tho cac tun ilddon country provides a now angle to Buy lllins, plus story ot dramatic Intent. Tho star Is supported by Charlotte Pierce in the rolo of leading lady, while tho remainder ot tho cast In cludes Otto Hoftmun, Robert Gruy, William Carrol, Dlclc Southorland and Butt Olfnrd. D. E. PRATT DISTRICT FISH AND GAME PROTF.CTOR. Pleaso report violations promptly. All information strictly confidential, Phone 249 Black C02 West Chestnut., Coughs Disturb School Work School touchers should glvo tho same advice to chlldieu who hnvo coughs as this Florida teacher. "I n commended Foloy's Ilouoy and Tar to tho children in my school who hnd the 'flu' and good results came when ever It was used," wiites Mrs. L, Arm strong, Okeechobee, Florida. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates Ingredients pi luted on tho wrnppor. Stood the tost of tlnio serving three generations. Quickly relieves colds, coughs and cioup, throat, chest ami bionchinl trouble. Adv. TuThSxitu ft ftirt.i 11 CLASSIFIED COM FOR SALE FOR SALE 300 cucumber pickles for $1. Coll 793 groon. x21 FOR SALE Boson Byo. Phono 8C8 black. x21 FOR SALE Puro extracted honey, 20o lb. Write E. 1,. Farmer, Bladons-hurt,-, O. A x28 FOR SALE 1920 Dodge sedan, A-l condition, price right. Bawllnson Motor Sales Co., 'phono 218. x21 FOR SALE Oldsmoblle, four cyl inder, 1922. Bun loss tlnn -1,000 miles. Terms to responslldo parties. Address "M," caro Banner. x23 FOR SALE 1920 Studebaker big six touring, flno condition. Got our price. Bawllnson Motor Sales Co., phone 218., x2l FOR SALE Seven small rugs, dresser, mirror, threa straight chairs, kitchen cabinet, Vlctrola and records, bedioom table, Beznor gas heater, rocker, Iron bedstead, 2 washstands, wardrobo, four center stnnds, writing desk and book rack, cupboard, four hole gas range, four-pipe gas heater. Call 1127 green or 524 North Brad dock slroot. x21 FOR SALE by Charles Tho only way is to own your own home. Six room homo, full sized lot, small barn, east side- on Oak street, $1000. Five room home, ciectiic lights, both kinds of wator in house, lOo1 East Pleasant street, $2200. Six room house, largo lot, barn room for four autos, bargain, slato roof, West Burgess st.-eot, $2300. FIvo room bungalow, 502 West Vino itreot, bargain, $1500. Buy a home now or pay more later. CHABLES H. TAYLOB No. 10 West Vino St. x21 FOR SALE Small groceiy store in Knox county vlllnge. Also lunch room and gasoline filling station in connec tion. A bargain. Address Box E, Dally llimner. x22 FOR SALE 1920 Studebaker four- cylinder sednn, reconditioned, worth the money. Bawlinsou Motor Sales Co., 'phono 218. x21 FOR SALE Thirty-acre rarm with now buildings and plenty of thorn. Water by well, spring or two large cisterns. Furnace, all kinds of fruit, land In high statu of cultivation. Two miles out on good road. WYKEIl BEAUTY CO. x22 FOR SALE 5 rooms, full lot, east, $.2000. 4 rooms, full lot, east, $1400. I! rooms, full lot, cast, $1800. 7 rooms, bath, furnace, largo cel lar, garage, a great bargain and fine home slto, north, $3500. A nice homo, a (I0411I1 acres, lot3 of fruit, 0110 mile out on- pike. To see Is to buy. Soveul suburban proper ties with 5 to 10 acios; also farms 70 to 125 acres. Sco thu old reliablo roal estate man. L. O HUNT IK! Public Squuro Phono 302. Homo 1124 Bed. ThS x2U FOR SALE G rooms, city water, cistern, cellar, full lot,. Cellar btiect, possession ut once, $1800. 7 rooms, lrill, soft; water bath, electricity, hot water heat, cement cellar, scieoucd porches, slato roof, garago, South McKcuzIa street, $4200. 7 rooms, bath, cellar, two porches, f : IUU INCE.U A 1UW OU11 And now Is the time to order it. Our showing of Fall and Winter materials for your approval comprises an ample assortment of the newest weaves and most popular colors. ' A SUIT TAILORED TO YOUR ORDER. JOHNR.DOELFS, Practical Tailor Curtis House Block Mt. Vernon, Ohio FARMS CITY PROPERTY Tear Out and Mail or Telephone For Latest Bargain List of Farm's and City Properties. W. C. Rockwell farm-Land Company, , Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Mall to thu following address your latest list of farms nnd city properties. Also hnvo tho following farm" or city property for salo: DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. I I NAME I I Address I ! slate roof, bhrn, full lot, Onk street, 1 $3850. 5 rooms, porches, stool In, both wa ters In bouse, slato roof, garage, largo lot. A good homo clotn to In dustries, for $2500. (i rooms, collar, clly and chtorn water, garage, In flno condition, closo to industries, $1500. 5 rooms nnd pantry, three bed rooms, cellar, wol! and cistern, porch es, full lot, Martinsburg road, im mediate possession, $2500. Other suburban and city properties for Immediate and 30-day possession, from $1400 to $0500. You can buy n homo for loss mon ey now than you will when our In dustries and business gets back to normal. Let us show you. WYKEIl REALTY CO. S.W. Corner Main and Gambler Sis. x22 FOR RENT FOR RENT Five-room flat, Do gardus building. Inquire at 112 East Lamurtlno street. ThS x20 WANTED WANTED Laborers.. Tho C. & G. Cooper Co. x22 WANTED Waiter at Eaglo rcbtau rant, lltlca, O. Phono 137. tf WANTED Lady competent to take chargo ot fitting and alteration de partment. Tho A. A. Dowds Dry Goods Co. x22 LOST LOST Pair ot new shoes and over shoes, Saturday. Finder pleaso ir turn to Bunnor olllco. x22 LOST Ring keys, containing sev eral Yalo lock keys. Reward It re turned to 30C South Main street. x21 To Remove Egg Sidlns. Egg stnlns on 11 sill: frock enn usual ly he removed by rubbing them with common table salt. PROFESSIONAL CARDS STREAM & RIMER Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rlmei REAL ESTATE AND LOANS FarmB and city property bougnt, sold and exchanged. Properties rented and rents collected. Fire insurance a spe cialty. Reprcsentatlng 14 old reliable atocK companies. Accident Insurance, Uve stock insurance. Plate glass In durance, automobile Insurance, In fact we can insure any' property you may have. Surety bonds of all kinds.. Call and see us. Room 1 Slpe bid;., 8out Main St. Cit. 'phone No. 447 Black FRANK O. LEVERING ATTORNEY-AT-LAW All business ot legal nature given prompt attention and especially to practice in tho Probate Court. Office No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon. O Now Phone, Office 104. WILL J. "Doc" WELSH The Fire Insurance Man If you own anything, have It Insured. Citizens' Phone 231 Red 16 E. Gambler Street, Mt. Vornon, O. ROBERT J. GROSSMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Farm Management, Farm Rentals and Farm Contracts a Speciality. No. 9 E.- High St. Phone 104 BARTON W, BLAIR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Mt. Vernon, Ohio Offlco N. W. Comer Main & Vino SU. Ovor Knox Savings & Loan. 1-HONE 128 . m, i rii't- ,--Wr'J- t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Copyright 1921 Hart The right fall top coat You'll iind it here made by Hart Sclinffnei' & .Marx or Fashion Park. The styles, fabrics and pric es are right. iSew tweeds 111 gray ffOP find br 1 A beautiful new whipcord V The Home of Better Clothes Since '78 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Rock Bottom Prices on USED CARS Ford Chassis $ 50.00 Ford Ton Truck $175.00 Ford Touring with electric starter $275.00 1920 Ford Roadster, with starter $190.00 Ford Sedan, with electric starter $390.00 Ford Sedan, 1920, electric starter $450.00 Buick 6 Touring, electric starter. .' $590.00 Oakland 6 Touring, electric starter $390.00 Ford Coupe, 1920, electric starter $390.00 Overland 90, 4 pass, touring. . . .' $390.00 Buick 4 Truck $ 90.00 Maxwell Touring $150.00 Krit Touring '. $'90.00 Oldsmobile Touring $450.00 Overland 3-4 Ton Truck $490 Chalmers Touring Run only 5000 miles $950.00 Ashland Belt Power Attachment with gov ernor. Used t)n front end of any Ford car. A-l shape $ 25.00 F. J. Harris iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Schaftner & Marx I4O belied ' 37.50 1 S3 .V-w? j v, ' " KSkxM' fegsf t&k&zsattz-" "' ': y WLJGS&&ggm iifcrtyyiHiifo.