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THE DEMOORATIO BANNER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 10t0
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Specal Sale of
Right in the midst of the best china selling sea
son of the year this announcement may seem most
unusual; it is unusual, the circumstances are unusual
and we invite an inspection of this mammoth stock
to prove our claims that we are really SLASHING
PRICES IN CHINA. We are over-stocked and
have marked the goods at prices that will move them.
We mention below only a few of the many big bar
gains offered at 10c, 19c, 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c and 98c.
The 10c Section
Includes twonty-flvo cont values.
JapancBO and Gorman china
cupa and snuccrs, mugs, olives,
sugar shakers, etc.
In the 19c Section
You will And actual 25c and
3Gc values in cups and saucers,
naiads, cako plates, oIIvcb, etc.
The 25c Section
Is full ot tho best 31c and 48c
values In cups and saucers, cel
eries, sugar and crcaraors, sal
nds, cako plates, hair receivers,
powder boxes, etc.
In the 30c Section
noarly everything is a big fifty
cent value; cups and saucers,
cracker Jars, plates, celeries,
spoon trays, olives, salads, cake
The SOc Section
offers tho biggest valucB ovor
sold at the prico such as 7Go and
$1.00. Cako plates, medallion
plates, salads, celeries, syrups,
nnd add plecos In Japancso
$1 and $1.G0 values In crack
er Jars, salads, cclorlos, plates,
In the 98c 8ectlon
nearly all tho pieces aro worth
$2.00 or moro and Includes
hand painted plates, salads, cel
eries and crackor Jars.
Woolson's Xmas Store
Santa Claus' Headquarters
Kvory day without a Tlllss Business Education Is so much of a loss to you.
tt'a tho education you will soon demand. You may get othor education and do
well, hut you can got a llllss Iliisincss Education and do hotter. When, In
leas than six months, wo can qualify n young man under twonty, nnd earning
no salary, to fill a $75.00 per month position; u girl of ninotcon with us but
eight months, now drawing $1200 per year; a Bchool teacher, who took tho
combined courso, for a secretaryship now paying him $C200 a year, don't you
think It Is time that you wuro letting us lit you for a good position ALL
BLISS GRADUATES AUK HOLDINU 0001) POSITIONS.
Wo will tench you lo ovorcmno your Inferiors, rise nhovo your equals,
and compota with your superiors. Wo will make you ten times moro valu
able to yourself nnd assist you to a positloi that will pay you CO, 100, 200, and
jiorhupa even 300 per cent moro than you can earn now.
Places obtained for students to earn board while In nltondnnco; railroad
faro to tho city allowed; nnd to tho ilrst roprosentntivo of any town n discount
f flvo per cent deducted from regular rates.
Now classes formed' each Mondny. Wrlto for tho "Seal or Fortune." You
will mnrvel at tho records of succors our students nro making, and will bo bet
tor able to Judge what wo can do for you. Address, Dopt. C.
Holiday Line wiBB do you a
of good, and whether you buy
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1 MANICURE SETS
: TOILET SETS
' 116 South Main 8L
LOREY'S DRUG STORE
ML Vernon, O.
PUIS LID ON WAR TALK
Washington, Doc. 17. Tho admin
istration clamped down tho lid on
tho war-scaro talk that has been
started by tho suppression of Secre
tary Dickinson's two reports on tho
unprcparcdnuBs of tho national de
fenses. Bocrotnry Dickinson mado
tho announcement that ho would pro
faro a third report on tho condition
ot tho country's defenses and for
ward It to congress, but later ho de
clined to say whether tho report
"would bo sont or not, In roply to tho
resolution Introduced by llourcscnta-
Uve McLachlan or California calling
for information. At tho Whlto House
also no Information could bo obtain
ed ns to tho Intention ot tho war de
partment. Tho subject was consid
ered at a cabinet mooting and thoro
Is a probability now that Secretary
Dickinson's roply to tho McLacultin
resolution will bo, moroly a formal
ono, sotting forth that tho Informa
tion callec' for Is contained In other
reports that havo already been made
A 50-ccnt bottle of
given in half-teaspoon
doses four times a day,
mixed in its bottle, will
last a year-old baby near
ly a month, and four bot
tles over three months,
and will make the baby
strong and well and will
lay the foundation for a
healthy, robust boy or
FOR SALK MY ALL DRUGGISTS
Send ICc, name of pnpr and IhU nil. for
our Iwautlful Savings Hank and Child's Sketch.
Rook. Knch bank contains a Good Luck
SCOTT & BOWNE, 400 Pearl Street, N. Y.
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Michael C. Lybargcr
MIchaol G. Lyharger died nt his
homo on South Gay ntroot on Friday
ovonlng nt about 8:1(5 o'clock after a
sovornl months' Illness caused by a
complication of diseases incident to,
old ago. Tho deceased was n retired
farmer, 75 years of ago at tho tlmo of
his death and is survived by ono son,
Robert S. Lybargcr of Sioux Falls,
South Dakota and ono daughter, ljilss
Jennio Lybargcr of this city.
Tho funeral at tho house Sunday
afternoon at two o'clock, Itev. W. i.
CIcmmor officiating. Interment in
Mound Vlow cometory.
To Be Blown On The "Dot"
At Three Factories
Western TJnlon electric clonks have
been Installed In tho plants of tho
Cooper works, tho Drldgo works and
tho Northwestern Elevator Co., for tho
purpose of regulating tho blowing of
tho whistles on tho exact tlmo each
tlmo. Each clock Is connected at
Washington, D. C, through tho office
of tho local Western Union company.
Each of tho three factories receive
tho regulated tlmo direct from Wash
ington, D. C, at 11 a. in. each day and
each hour ftom tho office ot tho local
Western TJnlon company.
The whistles of tho threo plants aro
sounded at G:30 a. 111. 11:. 10 a. in..
12:30 p. in. and fi:.'!0 p. in., each day,
oxecpti Sunday, and heroaftor a per
son can set a watch according to tho
blowing of any of tho whistles on tho
abovo nnmctl plants oh thoy will bo
absolutely correct according to the
tlmo from Washington.
Tho system was installed Saturday.
tvColnmb'us, O., Dec 17. "Railroads
In'Ohlo during tho year closing last
Juno killed a total of 97 ponplc and
71 tho year before. Of tho 97 killed,
12 were passengers, 17 were em
ployes, 39 woro travelers on high
ways crossing tho railroads and 29
woio trespassers. Of tho your pre
vious night wuro passengers, 10 em
ployes, B7 travolors on highways and
Five Policemen Shot.
Loudon, Dec. 17. Five polloomon
were shot, ono ot whom has tiinco
died, while cntoring tho premises ot
tho Exchange buildings, Hounsdltch,
supposedly to arrest burglnni In a
goldsmith's tUiop. Tho perilous who
fired the shots oHrnpcd. Tho dlstrlot
Is donsely populated by foreign Jews.
Cincinnati, 0 Deo. 17. Fran.
Baumlllrr, C!), a woll-to-do West Cnr
rollton blacksmith, was found burnod
to death In a flro which destroyed
tho shop In tho rear of which ho
lived. Harvey Gossard Is under ar
rest on a charge ot drunkenness. Tho
police will question htm to And what
light ho can throw on tho tragic
Tell This to Hobson.
Tokyo, Doc. 17. Japan's budget
for 1911-1912 was announced by Pro
rater and Minister of Finance Kat
sura. In the next six years he says
that $41,000,000 will bo spont in sup
plementing and Improving the navy
and thnt 20,000,000 Willi bo spont on
railways nluuo In tho coming year.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Obildron.
rtiB Kind You Have Always Bought
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Thoro will bo a Christmas trco and
entortainment at DaiVs school, south
ot town, Friday ovoning, Dec. 23. Ev
Mrs. Ethel Strublo Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ida Plerco, of Mt. Vornon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcrritt Whlto and
son, Wilbur, who havo been 111 with
tho tonsilltls, aro Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Hedge, south of town,
left Tuosday for a visit with relatives'
Thoro will bo Christmas treo and
entertainment at tho M. E. church
Saturday night, Dec. 24.
TO BE TRIED
Jorsoy City, N. J., Dec. 17 Tho
case of James J. Gallagher, who shot
Mayor Gaynor August 9, at Hobokcn,
is on tho docket of tho Hudson coun
ty court for next week, nnd ( tho ex
pectation is that tho trial wilt begin
about Tuesday or Wednesday.
$100 REWARD, $100
Tho readers of this paper will bo
ploascd to learn that there Is at least
ono droaded dlscaso that science has
been able to euro In all Its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is tho only positive cure now known
to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh
bolug a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internal
ly, acting directly upon tho blood nnd
mucous surfaces, thereby destroying
tho foundation ot tho disease, and
giving tho pationt strength by build
ing up tho constitution and nsslstlng
nature In doing Ub work. Tho pro
prietors havo so much faith In its
curatlvo powers Hint thoy offor Ono
Hundrod Dollars for any caso that It
falls to euro. Send for list of testi
monials, Adrress: F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
Sold by all druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family PIHb for constipation.
WE HAVE MADE THE CLAIM FOR KENTUCKY SEMI-CANNEL COAL THAT IT 18
MORE ECONOMICAL TO UBE THAN THE ORDINARY DITUMINOU8 COAL, BECAUSE IT
18 HIGHER IN HEAT PRODUCING ELEMENTS. IN VERIFICATION OF THIS CLAIM, WE
QUOTE THE FOLLOWING EXTRACT FROM A LETTER WRITTEN BY A LARGE USER
OF THI8 COAL FOR STEAM PURPOSES:
"WE HAVE THOROUGHLY TESTED THIS COAL IN THE BOILERS
ON OUR STEAM SHOVELS, LOCOMOTIVES AND ROCK DRILLING MA-
CHINES ON OUR WORK AT BRIGHTON, OHIO, ON THE CHICAGO, CIN- .
CINNATI & LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. THE COAL BURNS INTO A CLEAN -i
FINE A8H, AND WE FIND THAT IT WILL GO AT LEAST ONE-TENTH
FURTHER THAN ANY OTHER COAL WE HAVE CONSUMED ON , OUR
WORK IN THE PAST.
"AFTER USING THIS COAL FOR THE PA8T FOUR MONTHS, w'e
FIND THAT WE HAVE U8ED BUT NINE-TENTHS THE TONNAGE IN
THAT LENGTH OF TlfE AS HAS BEEN CONSUMED BY THE SAME
EQUIPMENT ON OTHER WORK IN THE PA8T.
"STEAM 8HOVEL8 REQUIRE THE BEST COAL THAT CAN BE PUR.
CHASED, A3 THEY ARE FORCED TO FURNISH MORE STEAM THAN
ANY OTHER KIND OF MACHINE8,
"WE FIND THAT IN BURNING YOUR COAL IN THE BOILERS OF
A 110-TON BUCYRU8 SHOVEL AND AN 80-TON VULCAN SHOVEL, WE
HAVE OBTAINED EXCELLENT RESULTS. THERE HAS NOT ' BEEN A MIN
UTE LOST ON ACCOUNT OF LACK OF STEAM, AND THE SHOVELS HAVE
BEEN WORKING IN A VERY HARD CLAS8 OF MATERIAL CONSISTING
OF 8HALE, 80AP-8TONE, HARDPAN AND CLAY."
THE CITY ICE DELIVERY CO.,
Wm. Mild, Manager
IRDER IN COLUMBUS
CANNOT BE SOLVED
uolumbus. O.. Dec. 17. Tho an est
of Frod Baor, Grovo City farmer, in
connection with U10 death of his
daughtor Florence, whoso body was
found in a vacant West Sido lot,
Uirow llltlo or no light on tho mys
tery which has baffied tho police de
partment for thrco days.
When closely questioned by 101100
Clilof Carter he said that his daugh
ter reoetved numerous lotters from
Frank C. Wclkcr, teacher in a local
business collcgo, but that the last
ono received, last Saturday, was
quickly burned by the clrl.
Charles Orcutt, under arrest, ano
whoso aUctlon to Miss Daer is said
to havo caused the breaking of her
engagement to Louis Cordray, the
first suspect arrested, told the police
that ho believed Fred Baer or some
of his family, could givo information
it they felt so Inclined that would
quickly solve tho mystery.
Tho police aro working on three
theories. First, that tho girl died
from tho effects of an anesthetic
while on the operating tabic; second
that she suddenly swallowed poison;
third, plain murder.
KNOX CO. TEACHERS'
Meetings for the examination of
tenchers will be bold at tho
CENTRAL SCHOOL Bldg.
Mt. Veronn, Ohio,
Phe first Saturday of every month
The third Saturday of April and tho
third Saturday in May. Examination
will commence nt 8:06 o'clock, a. m.
Address all communications to tho
Jlerk of Board of Examiners.
Orcanlzdti- of Board:
W. W. LOUDEN, Presidont.
A. L. MURBT, V. rresident,
C. M. BARBER, Clerk,
ML Vernon, O. 1
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Best Gifts for all Members of the Family
A good piece of furniture goes into the home and stays, an ornament and a practical
article of use for the entire household. Decide on Furniture select from our vast and in
comparable stock of truly good furniture? The fact that a gift comes from McCormick & Son
insures its high quality and adds much to the appreciation. The neighbors know that it's
paid for and that you were careful to choose the best.
Goods Laid Away for Xmas Delivery
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