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TUESDAY, OECEMBEH 20, 1910
THX DEMOCRATIC BANNER
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iB&p christmasI
1 Who's Who I
It 9A - . Edition Be Lax, m
i H Wlno Like to Receive Gifts ft
X ICoprrtsht lxiu. by Atnorlcrn Press ,MiMyWiV
f'L- '?A GHANDPA-Dorn lonl time f JFJ1
V ' 'A ' ,; , . nflo but 8ti11 taU un Interest fwy - Jfwmf
i PZf$&n $0j$$0- fcr somcthint? else this year. "'? -. -ST t!$
' J)M$$$M M0M$ maybe a meerschaum pipe. "" 4' ; pffiC.
! fttfSl SlSlS GR-ANDMA-Born few years KSi
lMi'"'MlH n.ldbly youni.r. AI- fe
UMPtPH &JffiuNSBM rdy has on hand lartfe stock bCKI3d 4 ;V1
nRllI JglrliSH of boulder shawls received hfMW0$$kMv
' iJK Ef i ! SH "l Chrl5tmas- Fancl" Chan tl4fii;
' fflKfflH PAPA-Bornlonnenouflhatfoto fe&Sr
i JHHPre' lllilM have actiulred the nb,1,ty to bh&ww-
i Hhk. TO H judtfe clfnrs by natural selec- J lyr AWfeffV
HBwf lliipSSBI tlon; hence prefers to buy his GttMHNv'IAgs$&
WtibiifflEffl&lFK&tRw MAMMA-Doe,n,t tel1 hcr a k tKK5-ft:i5
MMPMaUklMUlf J&mar Still very yountf at heart. De- jL.V &tz.&.fr'vm&.'M fl
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afford. Nothing too fiood for pF VdV
mother. 1'V'ifflfcrv.Mj.vv ..
CHOLLY Atfe twenty-one or so.
Has fancy tastes, but will
accept with thanks anything,
from a Christmas card to an
aeroplane. Likes to fly hltfh '
anyhow, but will settle down
to earth when he gets the fllrl.
MISS GLADYS-About nineteen
now. Dolls and Teddy benrs
no longer receivable. Boxes
of bonbons, chocolates pre
ferred, not refused. Candy
kisses acceptable, but prefers
the mistletoe make. Willing
to receive anything from a
Jeweled hatpin to an offer of
marriage.
THE HEAVENLY TWINS-Born
several ycars ago and grow
ing rapidly. Willie's pastes run
to skates, sleds and motor
cycles. Millie wonts so many
things she hardly knows what
he 'wants.
BABY See family Bible for date
of birth. If only six weeks
old, rubber rattle thankfully
received. If ten months, high
chair for table. If three years,
contents of entire toyshop.
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SUCCESS
in Every Detail iias Been
Hid Corn Show
Officers Elected By Corn
Growers' Association
On Friday afternoon, the annual
corn show given under tho aualces ot
tho Knox County Corn Growers' As
sociation, In tho K. of P. Armory was
begun In full blaat. Farmers and
townspeoplo filled tho hall In large
numbers to attond tho show which
Is a raro treat to many interested
persons and a satisfaction and pleas
uro to thoso who havo been fortunate
enough to grow corn oxcollent enough
to bo entered In tho show. Tho In
terest Bhown by tho Knox county peo
ple is great, not only among tho men
but among tho ladies, a number of
tbcm being present both Friday and
Saturday to view the various products
of ngrlculturo which were shown In
great abundance and to hear tho In
teresting talks given by men learned
In the art of farming and especially
corn growing.
To tho visitors entering tho hall
where tho exhibits were shown, It Is
i great surprise The largo room 13
entirely filled with benches on which
rest tho finest speclments of corn,
oats, potatoes and vnrlous kinds of
produce of the soil, and nil of them
having been grnwn right hero almost
at homo. Attention is attracted by
tho exactness In which the judges do
their work of rating and classing tho
various specimens and the satisfied
looks on tho faoes of thoae owing the
exhibits bearing the first prize.
The address on Friday afternoon
given by Mr. B. D. Wade of the Ohio
State University was very Interest
ing Indeed. It was not only Interest
ing, but was helpful and beneficial to
every one present. His address was
chiefly on tho proper means and
methods or growing which should be
exercised In this particular portion
of the country and various compari
sons were made between tho products
of Knox county and thoso of surround
ing counties. He stated that the av
erage amount of corn produced on one
aero of ground in Knox county for ten
years is 22 2-10 bushels. This fact
Bhows that Knox county Is not behind
by any means and that it ranks among
the first In tho state. Tho address
was In all, n very good one and all
present must' necessarily have deriv
ed some benefit that will aid them In
their work.
Tho following officers woro elected
at tho afternoon session on Satur
day: President U C. Welsh.
Vice President L. A. Barnhart.
Secretary and Treasurer John Cun
ningham. Exeeutlvo Committee J. B. Stine
matcs, Elmer Davis, J. B. Morton, It.
C. Ringwalt, Qoorgo McClelland,
Georgo Tulloss, D. S. Stecker, William
Coup, Alfred Barton and J. H. Jen
kins. -4.-
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! RE4L
ESTATE FOR SALE
Homes ranging in prlco from $1,500
to $5,000. Somo modern homes close
In, very low, terms right. A couplo of
suburban places vlth 4 to C acres,
just tho placo for chicken farm and
gardening. Prices right. I soil plate
glass lnsuranco, indemnity bonds, bur
glary risks, employer's liability, life
Insurance, and tho best accident and
health policy on earth.'
Sell and put up awnings, agent for
tho IUsinger Mfg. Co. for arc lamps
and supplies. Col. Leltoy G. Hunt, 36
Public Square, Citizens 'phone 58 Ited.
DELIGHTFUL CONCERT
Given At The State Sanatorium By Mt.
Vernon Artists
A most delightful concert was given
Thursday evonlng in the auditorium
at tho Ohio Stato Sanatorium by a
number of Mt. Vernon artists. Tho
program was , exceptionally fine and
was a great treat to tho patients
and tho attendants at tho Sanatorium.
Those taking part In tho program
woro' Mrs. Harry Glenn Sllngluff, Mrs.
Iva Lowls Iludolph, Miss Helen Shire
man and'llttlo Miss Ollvo Duncan.
,
I have a pen of DarredPlymouth
Itocks from standard eggs, 8 pullets
and 1 coekorol, for sale, $10.00. Too
cheap, but want tho room. L. G.
Hunt, Citizens' 'phono, 175 Greon.
Public Sale. I will sell my entire
livery stock at my barn, W. Front
street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, beginning
at 10 a. m., Saturday December 24,
1910. T. U. Gaines.
STRICKEN
Down With Paraysis While
At Work
John Burgeon Of Lock In
Serious Condition
Mr. John Burgoon, a farmer resid
ing near Lock, .was tho victim ot a
paralctlc stroko at about two o'clock
on Friday afternoon. Mr. Burgoon
left tho house Just after dinner and
stated to Mrn. Burgoon that ho was
going to tho barn, which stands near
tho house, to do somo work. He went
to tho barn and stayed so long that,
bis wife became alarmed and went In
search of him. She found him lying
In tho snow a few feet from the build
ing In an unconscious condition. With
the aid of assistance, Mrs. Burgoon
moved the stricken man to the house
where medical attention was render
ed as soon as possible On examina
tion, it wub found that tho greater
portion of his body was paralyzed and
although ho regained consciousness
after several hours, ho Is In a very
serious condition.
This Is the second attack which Mr.
Burgoon has experienced in the last
few years and tho last one was a
great deal moro Bevcre than tho first.
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TUPPER-MORSE WEDDING
Ottawa, Ont, Dec. 17 Grace
Church was tho scene of a largo and
fashionable wedding today when MIs3
Madgo Morse, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Morse, became the bride
of Mr. Charles Tupper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stowart Tupper, of Winnipeg,
andgrandson ot Sir Charles Tupper.
INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL
New York, Deo. 17 Tho Intercol
legiate Basketball League, compris
ing Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
Cornel and Columbia universities, be
gins its season tonight with a game
between Princeton and Pennsylvania
at Philadelphia. The season will con
tinue until Mnrch 4. Columbia now
holds the championship of tho organization.
of values, vhere we, as well as all other merchants 'at this time figured to profit
150 $10 Suits to be sold for $4.98
75 $10 Overcoats to be sold for $4.98
Santa Glaus' Headquarters is at
LEVI
This store is the Mecca for Xmas Shoppers, and we are daily supplying hundreds of
Mt. Vernon and Knox County people with
Ttie ;Seassfs Lafesf Offerings in Men's, Young
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at prices that cannot be duplicated in this county. We have an unparalleled ex
hibition of the season's latest styles, and all are faultless in price
The Sale Prices are so low that the Temptation to buy will be irresistible. Read ev
ery item we offer in this big Christmas list:
50c and 75c boys' pants
Corduroy pants
Men's Fine Pants
Boys' Suits
Fleece Lined Underwear
Overalls
Jackets
Work Shirts
Dress Shirts
50c and 75c Caps -
50c Ties
50c Mufflers
50c Suspenders
$1.50 Kid Gloves
$1.00 Kid Gloves
50c and 75c Golf and Wool Gloves
Ladles' 50c Gloves
Children's 25c Gloves v
Ladles' Underwear .,
Men's All Wool Underwear
Men's Union Suits
Men's All Wool Coat Sweater
Men's Wool Socks
Men's Work Socks
Children's Stockings
Ladles' Stockings
Men's 75c Gloves
BRING IN YOUR XMAS LIST AND LET US SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
Even our Competitors Admit that these Goods are great Bargains.
LEVISON'S DEPARTMENT Store
Corner Mulberry and Vine Streets Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
NEARLY ALL
COLLECTED
Columbus, O., Dec. 17 Tho total
amount of exclso taxes received by
tho stato from public servlco corpo
rations for tho past year amounted
to 2,1C3,222. The total ajnount duo.
ai snown by tho grand duplicate,
was $2,368,695, and of this 195,472
Is uncollected.
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KILLS BOY
Ada, O., Dec. 17. James MayOcld,
a pharmacy student, whose home U
in Morgantown, Pa., died of over
study. Close application to hard
work brought on brain, fever from
which the lad failed to rally. Ho
talked continuously ot his school
work whllo ill.
"WIGGIE" AN EDITOR
First Number 0! The Bolivar Loyal Is
Issued On Thursday
Tho Banner is In receipt of Vol.
1, Number 1 of the Bolivar Loyal, pub
lished at Bolivar, O., Tuscarawas
county, by Erie E. Wagner, formerly
of tho reportorlal staff of tho Ban
ner. Tho initial number of tho paper
Is newsy and contains many col
umns of advertising. The new paper
la an eight-paged weekly, published
on Thursday.
WENDLINQ ASKS NEW TRIAL
Louisville, Ky., Deo. 17 In the
criminal court today Judge Gregory
listened to arguments on the motion
for a new trial in the case of Joseph
Wendllng, who wns convicted two
weeks ago of the murder of little' Al
ma Kellner and sentenced to life imprisonment.
OVERSTUDY
TRUCT1
SON'S
39c
08c
98c
98c
39c
39c
39c
39c
39c
39c
39c
39c
39c
98c
59c
.39c
25c
15c
15c
75c
98c
98c
11c
4c
5c
8c
39c
ER
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Is Condition Of Woman Wft
Sustained Stroke Of
Paralysis
Mrs. Daniel Howit sustained
stroke of paralysis whllo at hor horn
near Bloomflcld on Friday evening
at about six o'clock. Bho' was sudden
ly stricken without warning and wast
rendered unconscious for a short time.
Dr. II. B. Larimoro of Sparta was call
ed In attendance and It was found, af
ter an examination, that tho cntlrQ
left sldo ot the body and tho faco vrair
paralyzed. Although her condition ts
Berlous, hopes for recovery aro enter
talned.
'
Clinton Grango will hold olocr
tion ot officers noxt Wednesday oven
ing.
Mr. Chnrle3 Iloblnshaw of tho Mt,
Vernon hospital has returned to thl&
city after a month's vacation.
Mr. Harmon Anderson returned:
to Hartford City, Ind.. this aftcruooa
after a short visit in tho city.
44 Ek to fe Here
f n hftary jleM, Irat tliat'a what Johti Kenned? ef
Edmonton. AWiort. Wettorn Jnrwlaf ctoc from
fccreflotoprininvjiHsiiniJiv. jusportniromouior
'iCUMn mat pronnco -nowea ninorni.
coiicnt rnniM iracn as i.wu
hnnhalti or wheat iron!
'3 acire, or 33K bnshoh
rar aere. 2S. 31 and t
r 3JM bosaoi
aero. 25. 3J and 4QI
httnhttl t loin a wnmnn
meronit. An high an 332 D
baahelnot oaU to tbo&ero 9
wero thranhed from I
AlUOna UQ14A.
The Silver Cup
ac tho recent Hpokne
K1r wiiii nwftrrlrwl in lh
Albertn Government for
SU exhibit of Krainft,
eraMea nna Torctablo, Iteporta ni
oxcoUcnt yield for 11)10 come nlao
from HoAkatchowan and Manitoba
In Western (Jonada.
Frroliomwtteadaof ICOapma.
find wljoliilnjr pre-emption of
luuncm inivj ver ncrr),amo
bo had la ttio cbolomt dlitrlct
School convenient cllmata
excellent aoll tho very bout
railways cioaenuiana. uuiiame
lumber cheaD. fuel mt 1a m
ana retwonamo in price, water
entity procured, mixed farmlnc
asuccoas.
WrltA as trt twwt nUr ?nw 41.
ment. aettlorm low rllwnv mIm.
doftcrlntire illustrated at Brt
Weal" (aent freo on application,
and other Information, to Hap't ai
Immigration. Ottawa, Can., or e
tb Canadian Got eminent Agoo.
Canfldlon Government Acottt
413 Gardner Uldx.
Toledo, Ohio
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Men's Leather Gloves .' 14c
Men's rll Wool Suits, $8 and $10 values, for S4.98
Men's $2.50 and $3 Hats S1.48
$18 and $20 Suits and Overcoats are being sac-
ficed at S9.99
Boys' $5.00 Suits S3.50
Boys' $4.00 Suits S2.50
Ladles' Fine Xmas Slippers, $2 value S1.25
Men's Solid Work Shoes S1.50
Men's Fine Dress Shoes S1i50
$2.50 Shoes sacrificed for SI .75
$3.00 Shoes sacrificed for S2.25
$3.50 Shoes sacrificed for S2.'33
$4.00 Shoes sacrificed for S3. OO
Ladles' All Solid Shoes S1.48
Ladies' Felt Lined Shoes, $2.50 value S1.50
All of a large stock of ladles' Gun Metal, Pat
ent, and Vici Kid Shoes, to go at SI. 7 5
All Ladles' $3.50 Shoes S2.48
Children's High Top Shoes S1.48
All Boys' and Girls' $2.50 Shoes to go at SI .50
Men's Felt Boots :... S1.98
Men's ArctlcB 98c
Ladies' Arctics ; 75c
Ladles' Rubbers 48c
Children's Felt Boots SI .25
Ladies' and Children's all wool Coat Sweaters.. 48c
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