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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Of Manufacturers' Samples
TWO DAYS ONLY
We have secured from several of the largest manu
facturers in the United States a tremendous
sample line of
Clothing, Shoes and
Hats & Furnishings
This sale will last only two days Fri. and Satur.
Here are a few of the astonishingly low prices:
The line comprises the latest of fall and winter
styles, all hand tailored and strictly up-to-date.
100 men's fine all wool suits, brown, gray, blue and
black, a great value at $25, for Friday and
200 men's fine all wool suits, all colors, worth $18;
to go for $12.50
200 suits of the finest quality, all sizes and colors,
the latest effects i $ 9.99
100 suits worth $10 and $12, to go for $ 5.98
BOYS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING
100 boys' suits at 89c
100 boys' suits at $1.25
58 boys' all wool fine suits, worth $5 $3.48
43 boys' suits, worth $7.50 and $8 $4.50
95 pairs boys' pants, worth 50c, to go at 25c
145 pairs boys' pants, worth 755c, to go at 39c
85 pairs boys' pants, worth $1.00, to go at 63c
100 men's pants, $4 and $5 values $2.98
170 men's pants, $3 value, to go at ) .$1.98
190 men's pants, worth $2 to go at $1.35
225 men's pants, regular price $1.25 98c
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
500 to 750 men's and boys' latest fall style hats
big variety at 98c, $1.39, $1.98, $1.50
We can save you $1.00 on your hat if you will buy
during this two-days' sale.
FALL AND WINTER SHOES
Mr. Levison has just returned from the East
where he made a mammoth purchase, for cash, of the
largest and finest line of sample shoes ever shown in
this section of the country. .Read these ridiculously
For Friday and Saturday only we offer a fine line of
Patents, Buttons, Lace, G-un Metal, Elk and
Buckskin, Suedes, Etc.
350 pairs of $3.50 shoes $2.75
465 pairs of $3.00 shoes .$2.25
925 pairs of $2.50 shoes '. $1.75
1140 pairs of $2.00 shoes '. $1.39
All Ladies ', Boys', Children's and Misses' shoes will
be sold at sacrifice prices for these two days only
We quote here on a few of our leaders :
100 doz. men's work socks 4c
90 doz. men's dress socks 8c
75 doz. men's fine dress socks . 15c
500 doz. ladies' handkerchiefs 2c
200 doz. men's handkerchiefs 3c
50 doz. men's work shirts 39c
25 doz. men's dress shirts 39c
25 doz. overalls , 39o
25 doz. jackets 39c
50 doz. suspenders 16c
45 doz. ties v , 16c
REMEMBER These prices are for Friday and
Saturday only. Railroad fare paid to all purchases
of $10.00 or over, within 20 miles. Money refund
ed to all purchasers who are not satisfied with their
LGVISOn'S DePartmen Store
CORNER VINE AND MULBERRY STREETS
NOTICE Store will be closed Tuesday and
Wednesday on account of holiday. Joseph Levison,
Of Cases Is Made For The
Which Convenes In This City
(In October 4
Considerable Business To
Come Before Court
Various Items Fromlbe Pro
Other Notes Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
The following Is the assignment of
cases In the circuit court of Knox
county for the term commencing Tues
day, October 4:
Mnry A. Fultz vs. Lucy Flko et al
Kate WInne vs. Louis Bonn Error.
Joseph K. Hall vs. Nancy Jv Myers
et al Appeal.
Matthew Eft art, revived in the name
of Edwin Ewart, executor, vs N. P.
Clark et al. Appeal.
The State of Ohio ex rol Charles' E.
Wilson et al. vs. Stephen J. Dorgan,
auditor of the city of Mt. Vernon
Sarah M. Bradfleld s. Jessie Flack
The B. & O. Railroad Co. vs Wm. II.
W. H. Wilson vs. the Tri State Land
Desault B. Kirk et al. vs. Edward
Dover, adm. Error.
Edward F. Neidcrhauser vs. Bussell
Abraham T. Fulton vs. The J. S.
McConnell Wool Co. Error.
The B. & 0. Railroad Co. vs. Fred
D. Simons. '
Thos. J. HIgglns vs. Lucy A. David
Desault B. Kirk ext, vs Wm. E.
Grant, assignee Error.
Robert L. Colo vs. Rogers &Buckey
Thos King vs. Mary Agnes King
The C, A. & C. Railroad Co. vs.
John Humbert Error.
Wm. D. McCaughey, receiver, vs
the Vernonvlew Glass Co. Error.
The German Fire Insurance Co. va.
A. M. Stowart Error.
The Tri-Stato Land Co. vs. Jas. P.
Adamsou Error. y
Wllmer A. Tims vs. Cornelius V.
David F. Ewing, atfmr. vs. Anna
Elizabeht Bechtol Errw.
The Quaker Oil & Gas Co. vs.
George W. King En or.
Mike- Strang vs. Tho State of Ohio- -Error.
Ben Ames vs. Tho Vernonvlew Glass
Co. et al. Error.
Wm. Allen Stlcott vs. Tho Interstate
Life Insurance Co. Error.
Frank W. Hanison, guardian of
Carl Robinson, has filed a fourth pai
tlal account in probate court, showing
the following: Received 51,033.01.
paid out $242.43, balanco ?792.r8.
A first paitlal account has been filed
In probate- by S. T. Vannnatta, admin
istrator of Frank A. Vannatta, show
ing tho following: Received $2,500.
90, paid out $2,987.72, duo administra
Charles Dale Garrod, molder, and
Ethel A. Beach, clerk.. Rev J. T.
Wm. E. O.Bryan to Mary J. O'Bryan,
parcels in Amity, .
QUERIES BY THE QUEER
Quoor questions corao ovor tho tele
phone to tho nowspapcr offices. Hero
was ono that Iho man who chanced
to answer tho pbone had put up to
him tho other day:
"Say," began tho unknown sookor
after tho truth, "do you do you re
member who it was that killed Abel?"
"Why Cain of courso," replied tho
newspaper man, who put In soveral
years at Sunday school. "Who dju
"Well," obsorved tho man nt tho
other end In an annoyed tono, "daggon
if I ain't gono and made a fool o'
myself. Courso it was Cain, now that
you mention it, but I made a two to
one bet with a follow that 'twas Go
liath, and now I'll havo to go without a
now oyercoat, I leckon, this next win
tor." Cloveland Plain Dealer,
Team To Lose Best
Back In State
Gambler, O., Sept. 29- Tho Kenyon
team received a great blow when it
was definitely nnnounced that Crlppen,
a star half, and Pontlous, tho best
fullback Kchyon has had In years,
would not re-enter.' Crlppen is going
into business, whllo Pontlous enters
Michigan. Yost has wanted Pontlous
to come to Michigan for tho last two
years, as his work at Detroit Univer
sity school attracted "Hurry Up'a" at
tention. The Konyon team this year will bo
faster and heavier than last year's
nnd should mako a better record. Tho
training table started today and tho
charging machine will bo used for tho
first time tonight.
This week many new plays will bo
given tho team, and with a strong
freshmen squad to work against they
should bo perfected by Saturday when
Kenyon meets Otterbeln In tho open
ing game of tho season. Tho boys will
show what stuff they are made of at
In Exc client Millm Say
Of The Groshams
Baby Under A Car
The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Gee.
Gioshaus of Canton, foimerly of Mt.
Vernon, had a narrow escape from
belngxjjround to pieces under a street
car in Canton recently, nnd that it
escaped with but a few bruises Is mir
aculous. Tho parents were walking
along the street with the child when
It suddenly dashed from their side
and ran across tho street, then start
ed back Just In front of a rapidly ap
proaching car. Before tho frightened
parents could reach the baby the car
fender had struck her, knocked her
down and rolled her under tho car
wheels. By. a superhuman effort the
motorman succeeded in stopping the
car Just before tho wheels struck tho
llttlo ono, and It was lifted from under
the car practically unhurt save a few
. T4 !. a J Ja A ! J.
. HOWARD i 4.
I I" ! ! i J I "J1 ! i l I ! J
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Westrlch and
son, Chas., have returned homo from
Chicago a'fter spending several weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crltchfield
spent Sunday in Columbus tho guest
of their son, Birch.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tho M. E.
church will servo Ice cream next Sat
urday night, for tho last time this sea
son, Oct. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Lot Norrick spent Sun
day with their son, James Noirlck and
The many fi lends of Mr. George
Humbert nie veiy sorry to learn of
his serious illness.
Tho Epwoith League social that
was held at tho homo of Geoigo Fowl
er was well attended and a royal good
tlmo was repotted.
Squlro Anthony Welkbr Is able (o
bo around again after sovoral days'
The remodeling of the Chifstian
chinch is progressing nicely and when
completed will bo a church that wo
aro to be proud of.
Mr. Mulbern Tish sustained a par
alytic stroko Satuiday but is sonio
Mrs. Ulman and Mrs. Tiacy spent
Monday in Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Thomas Hydlo of Akron was
tho guest of Mrs. John Hydie.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, A. Eley and fami
ly woro tho guests of E. S, Lybarger
Sunday, near Gambler.
Mr. and Mrs. James Norrick aro tak
ing In tho races at Columbus.
Tho Misses Orpha and Mary Wllkey
aro visiting friends In Wooster.
Rev. Jesslo Lacklen, tho now pastor
of tho M. E. church will preach Sun
day, Oct. 2, morning and evening.
GRANGE MEETING POSTPONED
Tho mooting of the Knox County
Pomona Grango, which was to have
boen hold on Saturday, October 1, at
Eaglo drove, has been postponed un
til Saturday, October 15, on account
of the busy season .
Augsburg, Sept. 29 An internation
al tomperanco convention opened hero
today with delegates present from
Europe and America. Tomorrow has
been designated on tho convention
program as "Pollord Day," when
Judge Pollard of St. Louis will explain
his pledgo system for tho reformation
Of Visitors Who Made : In
spection On Wednesday
Tho members of the county board
of visitors paid a visit to tho Knox
county infirmary on Wednesday af
ternoon to Inspect the building and
grounds. After, visiting the building
and tho grounds -for sdme time, the
board reported to Superintendent and
Mrs. Curtis McMnnis that they were
greatly pleased with what they saw"
and that tho institution is in a better
condition than It haB been for many
years. Tho board of visitors consists
or Mrs. Sara Dalrymple, Mrs. W. C.
Cooper, Mrs. Frederick Wolfe and
Messrs. Clinton Rice, John R. Wilson
and Elmer Jacobs.
PE-RU-NA USED FDR KIDNEY CATHH.
Gen. A. F. Itawlcy, of Washing
ion, D. ., writes: "I have usedPc
runa and find It vcrv tmnnieint
for kidney trouble, and especially
wmimm. -if: tmem..
vvVwBVri9? ui" j mDHH
Jhan Ever Is The Turner
Better than ever is the word from
the Turner Bible Institute. This work
is proving to be an unusual Intellect
ual as well as a spiritual treat. These
are those who are getting a vision as
to what tho human mind Is capable of
under the leadership of God. There
can be no question but that tho seed
is being sown in these meetings that
will bear much splendid moral and
spiritual fruit in years to come. Thoso
who are attending are Joeing dally
brought face to face with the fact that
men and women cannot be leaders un
less they have a full knowledge of the
word of God.
The meetings will continue today
and tonight as usual with the excep
tion that tonight's meeting "will be
held at 8 o'clock at the close of pray
IN MEMORY OF
HARVEY W. SCOTT
Kidney Trouble for Nearlv Thfrtv Years.
Wllllrra Bailey, Past Col. Enc. No. 09, Union Vetoran Legion, and prom
inently identified with many of tho great labor protective associations in
Chicago and New Yorl?; and secretary of ono of tho largest associations
in tho former city; had for nearly thirty years been' afflicted with kidney
Within a short period ho has been persuaded to try Peruna, and hU
present healthy condition is attributed to his Judicious nse of that great
remedy. Washington climate Is notorionsiv h,i f, hh,, -,1 11
troubles, yet by a Judicious use of tho remedy he is now quite cured and in
. .i1ilbrl0J s,tatement ot facts without exaggeration or hyperbole, appears
to tell tho whole story, which the Peruna Comnanv U nntfinri,.,i t ,. i
it so chooses, beUovIng.as I do, that by so doing it will bo for tho general
tvimam uaney, &s 1 at., E., Washington, D. C,
Forest City Ore., Sept. 29 Inter
esting services were held at Pacific
University today in memory of Harvey
W. Scott, editor of the Portland Ore
gonlan, who was the university's first
graduate. President Perrin of the un
iversity presided over the exercises
and ex-Governor Geer, W. D. Fenton
of Portland and others delivered ad
dresses. BANNER WANT ADS PAY
Kidneys Affected Back Weak,
Mr. M. Broderlck, Secretary and
Treasurer Local Union No. 400, Inter
national Brotherhood of Teamsters,
writes irom iZo E. 40th St., Chicago, 111.,
88 follows :
"1 havo been suffering from a weak
back and kidney trouble for somo time,
anu navo been able to find relief only
through tne uso of Peruna.
"During thowintor season I usually
keep a bottle of your rnedicino in the
house, and by taking a doso at night I
am feeling flno tho next morning."
""Some of my fricnd.s assuro methat
Peruna is equally as good for their var
ious ailments as it is for my complaint;
but I do know that for kidney trouble
and suffering from a weak back It has
Cold Settled In Kidneys.
Mr. Joseph Klee, 215 East 4th St.,
Topeka, Kas., writes :
"My wife tookPeruna for livpr trouble
Iu&c, uuu UUUtiVO It V
catarrh on record."
: the same. A few-bottles built tin liwr
health and strength.
"I took Peruna for a cold which set
tled in my kidneys, giving mo much
pain. In two weeks I was much better.
and in a few months I was well."
For Liver and Kidneys.
Mr. W. II. Armlstead, Cumberland,
"Your Peruna has cured mo of chronio
catarrh of long standing. I thank you
so muph for your advice. I think it is
a great medicine. It will do all thai
you recommend it to do. Besides, I can
recommend It to cure all liver and kid
Chronic Kidney Trouble.
Judge C.J. Park, R. F.D. 1, Buckhead,
Ga., writes :
"Por a long time I was troubled wlta
catarrh of the kid neys, and after taking
Peruna I feel like a new man. I think
it the greatest catarrh medicine of tha
ae, and believe it will cure any case oi
And many a female bardresser dyes
The mah who is on the level is
often compelled to make an uphill
Don't blame a woman for putting'
on airs In hot weather.
. A man never loses anything by fast
ening a muzzle on his temper.
Lets of husbands bring home flow
ers to their wives in novels.
The man who swaggers is almost as
disgusting as the woman who struts.
It isn't always safe to pin your
faith to tho man with a big diamond
pin. Chicago News.
Oxford, which Lord Curzon desirea
to "reform," has traveled very far;
from the conditions of things observed
by a German explorer toward the end
or the eighteenth century. He had
arrived at' the city at midnight and
was introduced by a Good Samaritan
to Ihe Mitre. Here, to his Intense
astonishment,' he saw several gentle
men in academic dress seated round
a table, each with a pot of beer in
front of him. "My health," says tha
traveler, "was drunk in strong ale. At
last, as morning drew near, one of the
company exclaimed rather emphatic
ally, "I must read prayers' this morn
ing at All Souls." London Chronicle,
W0& the past
Smart Styles in
has been tlfe practice of the Parr Shoe Store for
Twenty-five years to be the first to give to Knox
County women the most stylish, perfect fitting and ser
viceable in New Footwear.
Our styles aro made by large manufactur
ers both cast and west. Wo get tho choice from
tho best nnd are glad to offer these at prices that
are easy to reach.
The upper left hand cut shows
a low heeled, natured-shaped shoe
for girls, made In Gunmetal and
Tan, Button or. Lace. This is an
ideal school shoe becauso it wears
well and feels good.
$3 the Pair
Tho uppor right hand cut shows
tho very newest pattern In shoo
making with a rather high heel and
full round too mado in Patent and
$3.50 the Pair
Perfect feet are not obtained by wearing
ill-flttlng shoes. A perfect-fitting shoo does a
double duty; it is always comfortable and It wears
longer. Such are the qualities of a Parrquallty shoe.
The center cut shows you our
plain toed" shoe, that is mado ot
Patent Colt with cloth top or vel
vet finished Vicl Kid. Our shoe in
tho store has the new slant top in
stead of the wave top as shown.
$3 arid $3.50 Pair
If yod want' a 'real pretty Gun
metal shoe Bntton or Laco with
short Up and vamp, medium b;eel
ask for No. 230.
$2.50 the Pair
Wo have JUBt completed enlarging our Children's department and can now show you more good shoes at A
J Children's Shoes ...ir.?. l- 50c to $3
TV. D s. Aro a new thing In children's high cut this season. (tr dQ 7
I rOOper OOOtS They will please because they are different ipCi X.O pO W
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