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VfT.,'7fajfijttrT "5" Mttj MX . w i THE BANNER FOOTBALL MT. VERNON HIGH vs ZANESVILLE HIGH Saturday, 3:00 p. m., Athletic Park. Admission 35c. A ? 1 ,! , 1 1 &r $ Uv H, ir i I ft It. I t I. JV f ? ) i t LOCAL NEWS ,'U)1 Williams' Flower Shop, 233. tf ,fr. Larand Urittou oC Howard lfot the day in tho city. ;"iWt forget that loaf of Golden Kriitt Bread. Doup's Bakery. tt ' Sottas 'Addlo Dunlap ot Utica spent fmlitiuy hero with friends. JBJjtt-rerve nuppor at Presbyterian ciiflrca Saturday evening. xG 'MM. B. Campboll of Utlca wns tho (writ ot friends here yesterday. r'kodl pictures carorully finished Ajii ipdarged at Tinkcy's Studio, tt J.Mr., Nathaniel Nutting ot Gambler gjjejit yesterday hero on business. 1 Mdo to order Nu-Hono corsets. finis Ofcorno, 401 East Chostnut .i&jijt. Phono 1045. TuTliS x7 O'Mr. George Doup attended tho fair (iilVCoshocton yesterday, ''-life Ribbon and Perfection bread, "It.'. 1ft. loaf Be. Gel It from your aro M. Bert Warman and Mrs. K. II. ponejr wett to Coshocton today to at tis&'tha.taJr. 4$May Creek Hocking Valley lump tailM. Run-of-mlne, $7. Delivered. btMktky Bros. x" r Mr. Kraneth Hobout of Howard UflfMacted business in this city yos- iHrfjaV. fTfe"haTo on hand a fresh supply of '0CfjHt., , Gambler Farmers' Co-opor-$0X9 Go. x" i-jkr.nad Mrs. nenton Horn of Mt. fbpftjf spent Wednesday In tho city fHV friends. i.fUtnomel production costs make jifjMrfbfe for you to buy Blue Ribbon 1' .Perfection bread, large loaf, 9c. cWtty from your grocer. tf Aiteg'Mabel Beamor has returned to Jrirborna hero after spending sover jrftkfl In WHIard with frlonds. i'Bir0alnl We will sell for one week ".regular 50c Dr. West's tooth brush i We, or three for $1. Dr. West has Mkijl ua to do this to let you try fyirqt fJn brushes, Come In and see vtirik at Taugher'a drug store. x' pjMrt. Lcraott Dalloy and daughter Yjccirterburff spout last ovunlng in tiifatrtth friends. 'rMlM Mamo P. Faraba ot Center BOniroent yesterday In tho city with $$. Walter Smith of Millwood was , Business visitor lu tho cllf yostor- 4' COAL i;Tjjy 'Hocking Valley lump coal ot Winky Bros. Delivered in this fjtfMS.SO a ton. tt "Mr. Frank Wllklns and sou Ilollin 4ftJii'l Lancaster today to spend a foJdaVp with Mr. Wllklns' parents. $p. Simon Tlsh of Plpohvlllo Is ipeniling a few days In tho city, the fiitfiC of relatives and friends. Jjion't forget .hat loaf of Golden Krust Bread. Doup's Bakery. tf Mr. and Mrs. John .1. Henry of Ak- forwere In tho city today attending (he foneral of Miss Mary Cheynoy. In a, class by Itself Diamond Cord iOxA't 410.75. Mt. Vernon Tiro Co., corner Vino and Mulborry stroots, ThSTu x2fi Mr. Roy Doollttlo ot Millwood and Miss Eleanor Mceks of Drink Haven attended tho fair at Coshocton today. JIavo your next suit uiadu by Motz- fir, All work hand-tailored. Prices reasonable. J. C. Motzgar, 123 South Catherine. Phono 182 black. ,( TuThS x7 Mlra Margaret Dunn of Frederick- tawta spent yesterday hero wllli friends. ' J, M. FInnoll has moved his now arid second-hand store from 111 Wust Hlfih to 108 West High, in Singer 6eing Mnchluu room. Phouu (i2t blactc x Mr. Floyd Ilrennuninn returned to hla homo in Orrvlllo today utter it Abort business visit here. Hair nettl You will find that you can get the finest single or double HAIr neU at Taugher' made. They will last twice as long us the ordinary nets at the same pnice. Tauaher's drug store. x5 Mr. and Mrs. howls and Mr. nml Mrs G. Hussen of Coutorlmry wero visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lovull of Fredor Icktown were tho guests of frlonds hero last evening. ' Mr. Issllo Phillips and Miss Ursol Layman motored to Coshocton today and attended the fair. t Wb. re-line, clean and press ladles' apd. gentlemen's suits, jackets and coits. J. C. Metzgar. 123 South Cath erine streot. Phono 482 black. TuThS .7 Mra. Edward Iewls of Frederick--town spent yesterday hero with friends.. .Mfss Dorothy Nixon of Utlia , jipent yestcrduy hero ns tho guest of , Tciqflvwi. "LOUIE, THE LAWYER" CM -iOli SHOW GOOD CMJSt WH7 YOU SHOULD HWE DE5EKTE0 YOUR WFE.MR.HEMPECK?? G "Say It with flowers" from Sharp's Flower Store. Phono 805. tf County Auditor A. I). Ulnbhnrt Is In Columbus today on business connect ed with tin.1 state tax commission, Mr. Henry llrlndlo ot Ashland, who has been tho guest ot relatives hero for a fow days, wont to Coshocton to day to attend tho fair. Tho competing argument,! Diamond Cord :iO.'.l'(!, $10.7r,. Mt. Vernon Tiro Co., cornor Vino and Mulborry streets ThSTu x20 Mr. nnd Mm. ICveroU Miller of I'ast Gambler street aro spending a fow 'days In Coslioclou with filouds and attending thu fair. Miss Frances Pahl of Columbus Is n guest nt the homo of Miss Kdllh Wharton of Noith Sandusky street for u fow dliys. NOTICE Soo tho now Uoodi Ich rotary sew ing machine liofoio buying, nono bet ter Jlri. Singer oil IDua bot.tlo; bolts 20c each. Furniture Kxchango, 10j West High. W. II. Mullonlx, agent. xG Mrs. John Lewis nil Miss Catherine Lewis of Frederlektown spent last uvenlng lu tho city where thoy wero tho guests of frjends. Air. Karl Kdmlnlstor returnod to his homo on Kast llurgcss street ntlor spuuding several days in Mt. Gllcnd on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin of Mid dlotown spont Tuesday In this city us thu guest of Mr. Murcus ltoseuthall of ICast High stiect. Prices reduced again, dents' suits dry cleaned and pressed llku now, $1.7f. Suits nnd overcoats dyed any color, lolluud, rollttcil and repaired. Tom Karlls, !) South Mulberry. ThFS x2S Mr. Ilurmmi Swlngley returned to his homo lu Akiou yestcrdny after upending several days hero, called by tho death of Marlon Dunlap. Mrs. Fred Glngory returuud to Ak ron yosl onlay after spending u fow days hero with Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Dunlap of McKluley iivouuo. Mrs. William Hedges and Mrs. Al bert Trott woio lining those from this city attending thu Coshocton county fair yesterday. J J J J J J J .J J T J J. Wo would bu pleased to have J J. you vb.ll tho homu beautiful .J. J Thursday and Frldny. Kuucht- J .J. I'Veucy IClectrlc (Jo. x5 .j J J J. J. J J J. l J J tjo J Mrs. John Humphrey and sou Rob ert and Miss I.oulso Pinkloy of Cim brldgi' aro spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. (1. M. Fleming of Kast Sugar Hliool. County Survoyor Carl Van Vooihls went to Columbus this morning to confer with olllclals of tho state high way department relative to road mut ters In Knox county. SPECIAL Wo Imvo n npucl'il on uvcrythlug In our tdoro. If lu need of anything In tho ulcctilcal line, give us a call. Household Electrical Shop, No. M North Main struct. Phouu ,'S'i blue. Succussora to Chumplon lClectilc Co. xu Mrs. David Jones and daughter mid Mis, Cora Klllott returned yesterday fioni a ton day visit In Xauesvlllo vheio they wero thu guests of Mrs. KIHoH'n sisters, MIssch Anna mid l.u via Pealrs. 1 l I ! I ! I ! ! I ElIJEE TODAY BEDE DANIELS In "NANCY FROM NOWHERE" CHARLIE CHAPLIN In "A DOG'S LIFE" 1 mm mm all , , , I THNT5 NO REASON !'. EVERY MfRREO COUPtE SCRAP A little.now and then j EVER Pit) WUZ. FIGHT with me ! : v; Mrs. Heibert Clcmm and Mrs. Ar thur Uranyun of Frederlektown wero tho guests of friends and relatives hero yesterday. Miss Kdlth Mcllck ot tho J. S. King wait Co. went to Clevoland today where she will spend boveral days on business. Mr. Paul llalston of Howard and Miss Alva Doolittlu of Coshocton av enuo motored to Coshocton today to attend the fair. Mastor Arthur D. Snow who has been confined to his home on West Vino streot for several days with an attack of tousllltls, Is reported to bu improving. Mrs. Kathcriue Duck of Holmesvlllo Is spending a few days here as tho guest ot her sou and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dunlap ot McKlnluy aven ue. Mr. and Mrs. idcorgo MIcliaux and daughter Uoso left by automobile yes terday for Indianapolis, Intl.. and Dan ville, 111. At the latter placo thoy will spend tho winter, Mr. Mlchaux being dinployed at a glass plant there Mr.'deorgo Dobolt of Coshocton av enue wont to Akron this morning to spond a tow days. Ho will bo accoin.. panted homo by Mrs. Dobolt who has been visiting their sou there fur somo tlmo. , J Miss Mildred Thompson of damhlcr spont yesterday horo with frlonds. Mrs. John Illggs ot Dauvlllu is ser iously HI at her homo. A local physi cian Is attending her. Mr. J, S. Jennings left today for Detroit where he will make a suvoral days visit with relatives nd friends. Miss Frances Holl of Kast Pleasant streot Is critically ill at her 'home. Her recovery it was stated today was said to bo very doubtful. Mrs. Charles Schlappacssu and Mrs. Hulln Turnor of Frodorlcktown woro tho guosts yestordny of Miss' Julia Schluppucasso, Kast High street. Mrs. i. Wagnor mid Mrs. Claroneo Wngnor and daughter, Hutli and son, Walter of Monroe Mills wero tho guests yestorduy ot Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Ulnohnrt ot Wost Plosant strqot. Mesdames Claroneo Korr, Charles Harmon, Mnurlco Sibloy, and sons Juok and Hilly, Mrs. Dale Uarro nd sons Charlos and Harold spout Wod nosday In Clioon Valley tho guests of Mrs. Uoy Uouton. Mr. Leon Ilorgor of Wost Sugar street loft today for Punnsboio, W. Vu. whom ho will spond tho winter. Mr. W. At. MoKonlo ot Akron returned homo yestorday aft.ur spond iug u few days horo with relatives mid friends, Supt. J. C. Marriott vlsltgd tho schools of Monrou township Thurs day. There will bo a special mooting of thi) II. It, C. of A. Monday, Oct. 9, at 7 p. in. All members requested to bo prosent, COACH KING ELECTED s TO COUNTRY CLUB At a mooting of thu dlicctors of tho Mt. Vernon Country club held Tues day oviilng, Coach Paul King of tho Kenyon football' squad wns elected to non-resident niomboivililp lu tho club. Arrangements woro coniplotud for the annual mooting on Wednesday evening, Nov. 1. H. C. Devlu was named chairman of tho committee on nrrtingouionts, TALKS ABOUT HIGHWAY A meeting of tho board of directors mid the good roads committee of the Chamber of Commurco wns hold Wed nesday ovenlng. Tho Pike's Peak Ocean to Ocean Highway was tho Ii subject ot discussion. No action was SDRE.'. Alt MY WIFE ITy MF1 lrJJ JL H Tri $p taken lining deferred to n Inter meet- inc. Or a real NOW ANDTHEN,YES'!!-BUT WE'VE WK glO FGHT5 IN ouk SK YEARS OF MARRIEP UFE Must Be Ordered, However, Before Saturday Evening Of This Week Slnco tho suggestion was made of sending tho local high school football team to tho opening of tho Ohio Stato stadum on Oct. 21, a great many peo ple have Inquired as lo whother It will be pobslblo for lliein to obtain seats In tho section allowed to Mt. Vernon. Mr v 1. Dancy, in charge of tho aiTnngunionts, said today: "A tolephono cull to Columbus this morning has assured us that seats can bo procured If tho order is sent in not later than Saturday. All those wishing tickets shouH leave their names and $2.50 for 'each ticket with tho secretary of the Chamber ot Com merce boforo Friday Wetting. Strong prossuro will bo brought to bear to sccuro tho best seats' nosslblo at this lato dato." HAS ANY ONE HERE LOST A LIVE LION? Local sportsmen and huntors havo been obsorving tho reports of tho "lion" hunt near Mt. Victory, Hardin county, with a keen interest. Ru mors havo been current lhat somo of thorn hnvo been discussing Joining In tho hunt. Carl Stoughton Is said to bo urging his friends to go with him. Somo of thono approached havo dis claimed having loit any, Hon and aro thoroforo disinclined to join lu n search for this one. REV. WAYT TO PREACH Rov. Hugh Wayt will preach at the South Vornou chapel Sunday after noon nt 3 o'ctock. PLEDGES ARE DUE Tho last, pledges for tho Homo for tho Aged aro duo and may bo paid by check to Mrs. N. MJanoy 0r loft at tho Knox County Savings bank. SPEAKS ON INDIA At 7:30 o'clock this ovenlng, Mr. Polla, a uutlvo of India, will spoak on "The Castes of India" ut tho First Baptist church. Thu public Is Invited. TO SPEAK TONIGHT Rev. Oscar Lapp ot India will speak tonight at tho missionary fall confor onco nt thu ChilstUnrand Missionary AUInnco mission, 0 North Mulberry Stroot. CHURCH NOTE Dr. S, I.. Stewart of tho Mansllold district will preach at tho Amity M. K. church Saturday uvenlng nt 730. llo will conduct services at tho Pike M. K. church Sunday morning at 10:30. WILL DELIVER ADDRESS Superintendent ot Schools A. W. Klllott will go to Wadsworth Friday, where lu tho ovenlng he will dollvor tho address nt tho dedication of tho now high school In that pluco. MAYOR HEAR8 8HUTT CASE Tho case against A, G. Shutt, clmrg cd with refusing to send his daughter to High school, was presented to May or Kelgloy Thursday afternoon on mi agreell stntpmoiit of facts drawn by tho attorneys. Mayor Ivolgley reserv ed his decision. f" T 4b4im &s3 :E!r SEATS ASSURED LOCAL FOOT All MEN war book. 'CAUSE X KEPT THIS How poou COME TO KNOW THE NUMBER HERE PIARY SOEXACTUyTf HOSPITAL NOTES Mr. vNolson Guyeddte of West Chestnut street underwent on opera tion this morning at tho M. and S. sanitarium. SCOUTS ARE TO MEET A meeting of tho Poy Scouts troop will bo held at tho Y. M. C. A. on Friday ovenlng at 7:45. At tho busi ness meeting tho application ot a new member ot the troop will bo re ceived. Tho boys also will mako plans for a Hallowe'en social and masque'r ade. Kach scout will be permitted to invito two or threo friends. Games will bo played. FOB SALE FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, No. i Inquire Taughor's drug store. xl FOR SALE Three sawmlUs. Geo. Givens, Mt. Vernon. x5 FOR SALE-r-Ford speedstor, fac tory built body. 209 Greonwood ave nue. Call after G o'clock. x7 FOR SALE One-ton Font truck. Kino mpchnulcal condition. Naw tires. II. V. Smoots. x7 FOR SALE Nlco, largo Kiefer pears at $1 per .bushel. J. M. Conard, Vi miles west of Cooperdale on Dus ty Bottom road. x6 FOR SALE- Uscd olectrio vacuum clcanor, cheap, standard mako; hand washer. Call 5S5 bluo or also 490 red. No. 3 North Main stroot. xo FOR SALE Ono soven-passongor Ilulek touring car in good running or der, good tire3 anil now top. Prlco light. Howard T. Pontius, OrrvlUc, Ohio. xll FOR SALE Uarbor's outfit ono chair, 6no Arnold vibrator, ono Mooro clippers, ono sterilizer, ono lavatory. All In good condition. Cheap. Ad dross "11,' caro Banner. . x5 FOR SALE Prlvnto salo of house hold goods by ploco, cash boforo leav ing house Rosldonco between C. A. LEGAL NOTICE Niillcn Is licieby Riven that t tlin ioku lnr election lo In) held mi N'oM'llllior "111. IIK!.! tlin iii("itlon of Hiuliofl.lnif a luvy of tliicu iiiIIIh for it pvi-Unl of live yearn, oiilxlilti till limitations of law nml for local Hcliool pin poses bo Hiilimlttctl to thu (lectin h of Tlio Daiivlllc-Huckcyo City .School niKtilct. The lloiuil of IMiicutlnn of tlio IJau-vlllu-lluckevo C'ltv Hcliool District, lly V. V. Reiner, I'ich. D.mii Snow, Cleric. jn-C.12.19Ji! ALWAYS THE BEST! APPLES All varieties. Potatoes Onions Special prices for thisweek and next In bushel and basket lots. When ypu consider buying Fruits and Vegetables you will do yourself a favor by buying them here. KVERYTJiENG (ITAIUNTEED Vine Fruit & Produce Market Wholesale and Retail. We deliver. Phone 819tRed. i BBBMBBMBBBBMBMBBBMMBin1 J " tii ' (Ccpyrluhl, llll, by Th 1111 Binaieltncl 1ZZS CLASSIFIED COLIM THIS 1 A-HAli A SORT OF "SCRAP" book, rx nn A5 IT WERE!!! & C. station and Dry creek bridge. 11. M, Chalfant, G04 blue. x7 FOR RENT FOR High. RENT ltooms. 001 West x7 FOR RENT Furnished room to ono or two ladles. 107 North Park stroot. x7 FOR RENT Furnished house cen trally located. No. 5 South Mechanic. Call Thursday or Filday from 2 to 8. Xo WANTED WANTED Chef, to do all kinds of cooking and pastry work. Apply Kaglo Restaurant, Utlca, O. tf WANTED Experienced waitress. No others need apply. Mt. Verjion Restaurant, 229 South Main street. xC WANTED T,0 DUV Arrow-heads and Indian relics. Address Fred Northrop, 494 Granvlllo street, New ark, O. xC WANTED To repair all kinds of electrical equipment, rewinding ot motors, and generators, by Mt. Vernon Motor Repair Co., cornor South West and West Vino streets. Phono 1050 grcon. . TuThS xt4 LOST LOST In Mt. Vernon or on Hope well road, pockotbook containing be tween $3G and ?37, Roward for ro turn to tho Dally Banner olhco. J. C. Earloywlne. if- VT77 wBr"1' f m t$? y rrii'V 8 zzszMJUf. - a; illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW LyriC TODAY AND bbbbPT V 'lVTi- ' BBBBVV V - &WU&JfS BBBBT m. Ki SubkA BBBBr WIl. 3.-aJSwgo; 3Hb 'I IWkwv CDMA'S; BPW WB ,RfSJQOART-ylCTg Added attraction Today and Tomorrow 5th Episode of "In The Days of Buffalo Bill." Tlmo Today and Tomorrow 2, 3:30, 7 and S:30. S Admission Children 10c; Adults 30c, tasl included. . ' IjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllilllH By M. M. Branner. Jf,M.3AR ff LEGAL NOTICE Clifford Gates, whoso address Is un known will tako notlco that on Sep-, tcmbor 28, 1922, Irene Gates filed ler petition in tho Court of Common Pleas for Knox County, Ohio, being causo number 11553 praying for divorce and equitublo relief and tho same will bo for hearing on and after November 10th, 1922. B. E. SAPP, Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-2S;10-5,12,19,2G;ll-2 It is too lato to send your garments to a good cleaner after they havo boon ruined by inferior work. Send them to us tho first tlmo they need cleaning. You will soon realize our superior method ot cleaning. "We Keep Them New" "TRY US" Sanitary Dry Cleaning Co. B. H. Bair, Prop. Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing S. W. Cor. Public Sq. 836 Red WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WEEK 1 1 ldLloyd'I i '.I 1 TrirTnftflcatoar'Tiii'80 nro noo inii w Tu-Tt. '-' - ' A iu-iiJ-"