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TOT DIMOCRATIO BAHHIB.
FRIbAY, OCTOICR 11, 112
f FflEDEftlCKTOWN $.
Mr. Rosa Trlcklo o( Newark, O., vis
it with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
-Jofca Trickle In this place last week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wells of Ft.
"Wayne, Ind., were Pretlcrlcktown vis.
Itora last week.
Miss Mattlo Love attended the Pres
bytery at Zancsvlllc last week.
The authorities at llutler announce
that they have practically stamped out
"the threatened dyphtherla In that
place. Albert Scott, seventeen years
old, died from a sudden attack a week
ago, but proper precautious wero tak
en and a further spread Is not likely.
Mrs. Mary Holt and Mrs. Jnno Av
ervlllo of Fulton, Ohio, visited fi lends
in thin vicinity last week.
Mrs. Flo Darling of Detroit, Mich.,
"visited with friends in this place the
Mr. Joe Wilson Ik now working on
the foundation of his now residence.
The large plate glass windows in the
:StrubIo block occupied by the Huddle
& Deaman furniture store are about
nipletd. One of tho heavy glasses
cracked across tho middle and on Mon
day a new one won put In Its place.
Mr. William Monnet, who has been
in the Mt. Vernon hospital taking
treatment for his eyes, has returned
home Komewhat Improved.
Mrs. John Wells und granddaugh
ter, who have been visiting relatives In
Huron county, returned home the past
The farmers in this vicinity are nil
"liuny with their com, Homo having be
gun Ifco husking,
Mr. George Vail and family, of New
ark, Ohio, visited with his parents tho
Mrs. Myrtlo Ilarro visited with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Melser
at Mt. Ullend last week.
The roads between here and Mt. till
rad wore kept stirred up pretty well
the past week by the many rigs of tho
IKople attending the Morrow county
Mm. Sheldon attended tho W. 0. T.
IT. convention at Lima last week.
Mr. James Whitney and family of
Columbus visited with friends In this
vicinity tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Itulo wero call
'od to Arkansas last week by tho (loath
of their daughter, Delia Sherman.
Tho old Presbyterian church at Wat
orTord i being repared nnd renovated
'by the Methodists who recently pur
chased the building.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Miles Fish, of Mt. Ver
lion, vbiltcd tho former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Al. Fish the past week.
Arvino Addlesburgcr has been ser
iously ill with typhoid fever the past
Mrs. Martha Dardmnn, of Crystal
take, Mich., visited with her mother,
Mm. 8. V. Wynnds, the paHt week.
Mr. F. A. Day visited with Superin
tendent W. W. Horden nt Orrvlllo on
Saturday last. Mr. Ilorden likes his
.school work there although tho schools
are much larger than In Frederick
town. Prof. Copper, who was one of
oar high school teachers two years ago
la also working In the schools at Orr
vllle, being principal there.
Mrs. II. 3. Tuylor visited with
frleadx In Cleveland and Oberllu this
Mr. and Mrs. Alex 1'milck visited
"with Mends In Ceuterbuig on Satur
day laht, attending a wedding anni
versary celebration nt tlm home or Mr.
and Mm. A. I). Malum.
Mr. Karl I licks Is exhibiting his
galea ut the Coshocton fair this week,
Mr. and Mrs, .1. II. Fouto visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Ford lluutut Toledo the
past week, letiirnlng homo Monday ny
The I.uvl ShuiTor Iioiiho sold at pull
lie Dale last Sntutday was pui chased
by Mr Homer Levering.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgun l.afever go ,hls
week to Chicago Junction, ()., to hjietiil
Mr. Forest llrlgglo of Olarksbiiri;.
W. Va., visited his parents and other
rlendH In Oils place the past week.
Mrs. I,. II, ICdwards of Columbus,
waa Uui guest of Mr. M, II, l.nfever
the pant week.
Mr. John Lewis has accepted a posi
tion with the llutler llotthi Works as
"Ur. tilou Hdwnrds of Chicago June
'Ho. vlHlled with Mr. and Mrs. M, II.
-ITitver 011 Sunday last.
Mra. 11. C. Clark, Mrs. Karl Whitney
a Mrs. Klla O. Potter visited with
Irlaaaa in Centerburg last Saturday.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Moth--wltot
church will hold tholr meeting
"a Umj church parlors on Friday uftor
'ami at 2 o'clock.
The eleventh birthday of Master
I.tara Hyatt was celebrated at tho
.home of his purents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
M. Hyatt, on Monday evening last, by
atimher of his school friends. lie
frenhmunts were served and tho young
.Itnople bail a delight ful time.
MIkh Kdllh ItogerH ami Miss llortlin
ntogura of Mt. Vernon, visited with
friends In this place this week,
Mr. C. I). Hlneluirt of .Incksouvlllo,
Fla.. who has boen visiting rolutives
ad friends In this placo tho past week
returned homo on Wednesday of this
Mr.'A. W. Dlrkorson of Gallon, ().,
Om bcon liiHtallliig a hot water heat-
Ing plant at the residence of Mr. J. B.
Foote, this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Burch are visit
ing the Misses Flo and Vlrda Burch
in Frederlcktown this week.
Kov. Wm. Nicholson, tho new pastor
of the Methodist church in Frederick
town occupied the pulpit here Inst Sun
day. He Is moving his household ef
fects and getting established this week
in the parsonage.
Mr. Cyrus Coup of Toledo, was a
Frederlcktown visitor on Wednesday
of this week.
The Ilcbeccas of this placo attended
a convention at Utica on Tuesday of
Mr, Win. Coup, of the Northwestern
Klovator Company, was calling on
friends In this place on Wednesday of
this week. Mr. Coup Is tho director of
the now oratorial society recently or
ganized at Mt. Vernon and which held
Its tlrst meeting Inst Monday evening.
The society began work on. tho "Mes
siah" and expect to render It about the
holidays. Singers In Frederlcktown
aro Invited to Join tho chorus now.
Meetings will bo hold every Monday
' Mr. Harry K. McCutchcon, who re
cently went to Colorado Springs, Colo
rado, for treatment, died thero while
taking treatment In a doctor's office on
Thursday, Oct. 3rd, from organic heart
disease. Mr. McCutcheou was there In
company with his mother, Mrs. 0. B.
McCutcheou, of this place, and had
seemingly bcon Improving In health
when tho end came so suddenly. The
mother stnrted for home with tho
body, and was met by the father, Mr.
C. K, McCutchcon, at Chicago, on Sat
urday, and tho party arrived homo on
Sunday morning last. Tho funeral was
held at tho homo on High street on
Monday, Uov. H. M. Noble, pastor of
tho Presbyterian church conducting
tho services. A largo number of
friends wero present and tho K. of P.
of this place and many from Mt. Ver
non, attended In a body. Interment
was made In Forest cemetery. Tho
decensed was twenty-eight years of
age and as a young innn was most ex
emplary and leaves a host of friends to
mourn his death. Tho family have Iho
hcartrelt sympathy of tho ontlro com
munity. W. C. T. U.
Tho October mooting was hold at
the homo of Mrs. Grnco Anders, with
our new president, Mrs. Hicks, in thoJ
chair, who called the meeting to order,
Dovotlons woro led by Mrs. Jonnlo
Hall, After tho usual routine of busi
ness, reports of superintendent and
committees, Mrs. Howes, our dolegato
to tho State convention, hold at Lima,
Ohio, gave a very lino report of tho
meeting, which wub of much Interest
to tho society. This was followed by a
parliamentary drill, given by our su
perintendent, Mrs. Noblo, which led to
quite nn animated discussion, and wns
Instructive to tho socloty. Visitors
will always bo welcome to our meet
ing. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Sharp nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Walter llamscy of uenr Mt.
Vernon wero guests of Mrs. L. Sargent,
On Friday evening, Oct. 4, the class
of liUII wns entertained In a most
pleasing manner nt tho homo of tho
Misses draco and Lucy Tabor. Tho
Invitations stated that It was to bo an
"old-fiishloned supper" and nil week
long the seniors wore looking forward
to that great supper and "a test In
Physics." After a merry ride of about
four miles wo arrived in good tlirfo
and received 11 hearty welcome from
our hostesses. Tho rooms wero beau
tifully decorated In autumn leaves and
(ho class coloiH, purple and gold. At
half past six wu woro Invltod to the
dining room whuro a most bounteous
feast awaited us. After doing Justice
to 1 hu many good things, wo returned
to the parlor where games and con
tests of ull kinds wero participated in,
prizes being awarded to tho lucky
ones. At a Into hour ufter expressing
our appreciation In the best way pos-i
slblo we stnrted for our homos,
Tho following officers woro elected
by tho inemberH of tho sonior class:
President Oeorgo Norrlck.
Secretary Mildred Owens.
Treasurer Ainbor Spry.
Mildred Owen, u member or tho class
of 1013, was absent from school last
Thursday whllo attondlug tho Mt. Gil
Tho pupils taking the course In
Hhnkespcaro have completed tho read
ing or "Ah Vou Like It," nnd will now
tuku up another of Shakespeare's
Gorman No. 2 has finished reading
"Immoiisee" and will noon start to read
another work In German.
Tho second year German class has
finished reading Immonsee, and Is now
tuklng n review In grammar.
Tho Junior Physics class expects to'
begin lahrutory woik soon,
Two Important officers of the "Owl"
are hold by members or our class, Kl
don Kollor being edltoi-ln chief, and
llulph Tucker advertising managor.
Iluby Showers, Albert Hoggs and 13d-
.inund Brown hnvo left our class. Miss
Showers Is studying ihubIo In Mt. Vor
non, Mr, Hoggs und Mr. Brown are at
tending school at Delaware, 0 and
Buffalo, N. Y" respectively.
Mlua Hazel Sargent was tho guest
of friends in Mt. Vernon on the 6th.
Miss Kuby Groves of Waterford was
tho guest of Edith Ewers recently.
Messrs. Paul Bryant and Boyd Bon
er attended the Mt. Gllead fair Friday,
Oct. 4th, and reported a good time.
Miss Delpha Brown called on Hazel
Sargent Sunday evening.
Helen Beers Is absent from school
on account of sickness.
School was not dismissed for the
Morrow county fair nlthough a number
fioni our school attended of which
Nell Blackburn wns one.
Harold Wnlker has not been able to
use his right hand or'nrm for the past
two weeks because of blood poisoning.
Mlbs Johnson visited In Mnnsfleld
tho pnst Sunday.
Miss Nellie Utterbach was the guest
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,
John Utterback, In Mt. Vernon, Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Dorrls Kinney and Miss Mil
dred Fletcher were visiting In Mt. Ver
non the past week.
Miss Henrietta Mlngert Ilnlner, a
former tencher of tho primary depart
ment of Frederlcktown, was the guest
of Miss Ocnevn S wetland recently.
Florence nnd Donald Sellers enter
tained twenty-eight Mt. Vernon friends
with a marshmallow roast Friday ev
ening. Mr. Edwin Howley was absent from
school several days or last week on
account or Illness.
. MONROE MILLS
On Sunday Dr. Wagner and wire or
Gambler, who are going to move over
Into the neighborhood of Brandon, vis
ited their sou, William, and family.
On Friday the Ked Men of Gambler
and some of tho neighbors gathered
and cut sixteen acres of corn for
Charles Suttles, who had his leg brok
en whllo limiting for the gns company.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Darling nnd
children, Helen and Kusscll, of Mt.
Vernon, visited Mrs. Lydla Miller, Sat
Mis. Joseph Hall and children and
Mrs Charles Snyder spent Sunday
with Mr. Kills Johnson nnd wife.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hack Crltchlleld and D.
Bell or Bangs, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mis. Westley Crltchlleld or Colum
bus visited Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Bur-
t ! & $ a ? 4f j ! ! j
Uov. Schwan preached his farewell
sermon Sunday evening, having ac
cepted a call In Illinois.
Mir. Francis Countrymnn has re
turned to her homo nftor spending sev
eral weeks In Columbus with her
Mr. Wm. Momlngstur nnd Mr. Fred
Schooley nnd families were the guests
of Millwood relatives Saturday arid
Mr. Columbus Tilmblo of Columbus
was the guest or his mother last week.
Kirk & Stltzel ure .making exteuslvn
rcpalis to tholr mill dam,
Mr. A, I), Hightmiro Is making it vis
It In Kansas,
Mr, Oregol) Fike and wire returned
homo Tuesday nrtor a ten days' visit
with fi lends and 1 datives In Pennsyl
vania, Mr. Wood Hiimmeltree hail moved
Into tho residence of Mr. W. A. Whlto.
Mr. .las. Underwood nnd family of
Ksto wero tho guests of Mr. Geo, Duo
Hit lo and ramlly Sunday,
i ) ! ) h ! J a
.J. CENTERBURG 4.
e Je e ! e e eje Je efe e
Mlhs Allco Gautt Ion Monday for An
gola, I lid., to enter the Trl-Stnto Nor
Mrs. Honjnmlu Beach mid little
daughter of Oklahamn City visited
friends hero Inst week,
S. W, Lyon and wife or Lnknvlow
have been visiting tho former's moth
er, north or town,
Lewis Solby of Akron visited rela
tives hero over Sunday.
Miss Marie llarmer returned homo
Monday evening nftor two weeks' visit
with friends In Cleveland.
Mr. und Mrs. S. C. Main or llcdlniids,
Cal., visited In tho homo or Mr. and
Mrs. ChnR. Boyd, Tuosday and Wed
nesday or Inst week.
Leo Perfect and family of Croton
visited In the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jay Barnes Sunday.
Miss Olive Knouff Ib visiting friends
Mr, and Mrs. 11, W. Owen or Chester
vlllo spent Sunday at tho homo or their
son, Gilbert, or 11, 1). 3.
Mr. C. D, Solby, who has been spend
ing sovoinl weeks with rolatlvos hero
loft Wednesday for his homo nt Good
C. C, Barnes In moving from tho ,1.
Paul Lang farm north or town to 1ho
W. II. Petora rosldonco, on llnrtfoid
Mis. J. 0, Hunt, KiiHt Burgess
utreet, Ib sulTerlng with u sprained
wrist sustained in a mil whllo walk
ing on North Main street Tuesday
Can A Candidate's Name Go
Supreme Court Can't Review
Action Of Graves
Columbus, 0 Oct. 8 The Progres
sives lose out In their efforts to over
throw the ruling of Secretary of State
Graves, to the effect that the name
of a candidate for office cannot a-
pear on more than one ticket. The
supreme court, Tuesday morning, re
fused to allow the writ of mandamus
sought by the Progressives to com
pel Graves to change his decision.
The court was unanimously of the
opinion that It has no Jurisdiction In
the case. The style of the case Is
Ohio In re. David T. Buel, against
members of the Franklin county elec
tion board. The decision will be re
ported. The court was unanimous with the
exseptlon of Judge 8pear, who did not
participate in the decision.
"There will be n meeting of the
Democracy Temorance Union nt the
M. K. church, Democracy, on Satur
day afternoon, October 12, at 2:30.
WILL MAKE HIS
I96lh Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Oct. 21sf
Curtis Hotel; 'oniS'"'
Tl III TrMtMaHI MfHlt MmtM sy Knn HitsHt.
Oraihau. Ohio HUU Unlrmltr, SUrllnn UtHetl Col
M. Amtrlnn CoIIm of . Optometry. Glcht im of
Coltoin and Unlvtnlty training, Nearly twtntr nan
I'lSf ANO 1 W,OMtsSU"t a,ROlU" D8KAS ut
t Symptoms Most Common
to ehronla auffereri ara waaknoai, nemuanon. duDond
, dlaeouraaamcnt. lark of ambition.
tatlon J flutlwlnir nf tia haart. waak and tramhllnir llmhi.
"y, faar. palna In head, back, abdomon or Joint",
liCN. varlabla anmtlta. nhllla antl fluhM nt ha Blu,r,I
una v, uruain, iwaiuiw pi namja ana mt, dry or eiamm)
kin, coated tonaua, bad taata In mouth, jraa In ttom.cf
and oowrb, ,wk,batort f-nd flabby flnh, falntneM,
Imritfed vlalon. slinnlaa. bloatlna ,! man olhur avrnn.
- ,, -'.:. av . mzz '. T- "-",--
toru Incident to dl
Mrallar to ni-n and woraon.
T'Mvait iniioiityof man and wi
iD0t?C. VkNV araa rutt etjatli alnlr Kna ami.a hIimh
faction ll MpDlnir thtlr vlUl fom. They aiterul to ilallv
iiutiM h'it lift tuu boeoSM ft tlraa and iot much of iu
Fvsry AffllctMl Man and Wtman
k.uld hoed thua ymptama. Thay are natura'a warnliw
tliat aomelhlnii la wronr cry for help. Temporary
relief la not lufflclent. Iba cauaa Inuet be diacovarcd
Wamewbar, that nearly rrary ehronle dlaeaee. If tak
tP ',n ln. ran be oared by .proper home treatment.
Nrglect only leada to mora aerlooa raaulu. Io not put
?",",M!l'o'uchltallmportaiiee. Saeeeaior failure
In life deprnda on your skyaleal and mental condition.
No matter what the dioaaea. Ita name or nature. It It la
r.Mvn,v mu euaceptinpa co ncena creaaneni you are intllru
Nliiely per cent of waraea aaSer from aome form of
1 of fa-
" "new. many, m aaeret. are uvuut miaarai
iy llvei. Do
let modeeti dcatro your
tueaUeaa that may had to
ie not a 'rare-all" reaaedy, Kaek eaaa la treated aeoa-
Rteiy with remedial a
. imlllatlna; eiamlnaUona,
hjrralcee and can be need la privacy. More tl
of Or. Voke'a Bat enta ara woman. Write If
call. ConaoltaUon fraa aad coaMentlal. -,
DIIEAiit OF MEN
aeore rot u printed and I
ffaai of dleeaaae than ad al
fraod la practiced on the)
4. Or, Voka wanU every
ikon down, diaeourated ot
ad by Ignorance, atraawa.
Iy ara entitled to a aeeara i
man who Ie weak, nervaaa,
ulferlnat from in, a----
awes co reaa nia
at every .parent and
re (nan enouiq BBWW, eu
taent that wUI cure aufl
kftt advartlaa uv
aa lyeara aatthaa
aaaea and be haa aw
atody and tteatmeatei
eaaaa who have
At Uait three.
to ban by former natroaa.
you bawlDaayao, Hla treat-
lent la aaay to use aadraauurea no detention from oceu
cation, fejrillv or hcaaa. Ha doaa not denand on'eure.
all" remcdlea. Each eaaa to treated aeparataly with
remedlea adaptotl to each Individual. Iniurioue atomach
(truaalns to avoided, Mia Internal remedlea ara mild and
turmlrea.. Special dtnete&na ara jnven each eaaa rearard
en diet, Ulhlnii, baMta, ate, When ninmiry. peclel
olrectlone for manam ara inn and other local ircat
nrnta aro devlaed and furnlehed to meat the ncrda of
That Dr. Voka Invltca eearehta lnvtlcatlon of ttb work
and methode, that hla beat raf ereneea are hla many f rlendi
and patlenta, the rrauM of Bfteen yoara practice In thfi
ami metncxai, inat nut M
and patlenta, tha reeuH
community. That hie al
that tha poornt worku
lair ana reeannauie
not but or
lapee enmea. Oftenl
nete wnarm thatn n mlii, eniM,, mi
aarw snyiaaTi mi n 0
70 WtlT SIXTH AVC COlUMlUt, OHIO
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ImmmTHntla the prtae at W.
Ad at aia vary oaai aa oa anad work. Hie
ate mamcyoc aw an
In aatlataaikm amaw
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4 ZUCK ,
Mr. Raymond Baker left Tuesday
morning for his home In Lincoln, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah McKee will move
from Walhondlng to the farm or D. C.
McKee, near here, this week.
Mr. Louis Stull Is suffering from an
attack of appendicitis, lie was taken
to the city hospital In Mt. Vernon on
Mrs. V. 0. Fry Is visiting rriends
and relatives In Mt. Vernon this week.
Sevoral rrom here are attending the
Coshocton fair this week.
Mrs. Thudo McNabb Is visiting MrH,
K. Ij. Almack or Coshocton TlutiHilny
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Qlllmoro or Ami
ty visited Adam Scott and ramlly over
Mr. and Mrs. O. .1. Phllipps and Mr.
and Mrs. .las Hluo visited Mr. Phllipps
niece, Mrs. Viola Ashcraft, of near
Mr. Druco Wilson of Akron Is visit
ing his mother near this place.
BANNER WANT AD8 PAY
NOTICE OF ADDITIONAL
Notice In lipivliy Klvcn thnt thrre will tin
Hiiljmlttnl to tha iiunllflpd electors ol
Knox county. Ohio, nt tho rcgtilar ctec.
tiiin to ho held on TneRCay, November
Mil, A. I)., 1912, tlio queHtlon of an nddl
tlonnl levy of tuxes for Knox county,
Ohio, for llio purpose of ontnbllMiIni? a
Chlldren'H Homo for Knox County, Ohio,
nnd also erectlnc anil ennstructlni? com
plute a. now county Jnll for Knox county,
or either of tlio nhove nroposltlonn, not
exceeding four-tentliH mlllH, for not to ex.
ceed tlvo yeurs.
Hnld election to be held nt tho regular
votlnif placpH In Hnld county.
T. M. DIM,.
Hon id of County Cominl.MHloiiei'M of Knox
Dated September 23, A. D 1912.
IIIk values In Rugs and a clean
stock of Wnll Papers for Fall
Hargalns In short lengths or
Linoleums and Oil Cloths.
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CepjrrlcM uit kUl...ic (; Mu
YOUNG AMERICA Clothing House
I. BOSENTHALL, Prop. The Big Store on the Corner Main and Vine Sta.
YOUR COMPLEXION is muddy. Yon look hag-,
gdrd and yellow. Your eyes are losing their
lustre.. The trouble is with your liver. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Thev
will correct that. Then avoid meats, hot bread and
hot cakes, take frequent baths and a long walk
every day, and you will soon be as well and as
beauUtut as ever. Price
You Get What You Want
A Good Cold Remedy
If you have a cold or a cough and want to cure it up quickly, try
some of our Syrup of White Pine Comp., with Tar or Mentholated.
If taken in time It will prevent pneumonia, tuberculosis and other
A full four-ounce bottle for 25c at
TAUGHER'S Drug Store
East Side Public Square
The Arnold Store
Mghting fixtures In all styles
for gas and electricity.
Globes, Mantles and Burners
at lowest prices.
Inverted Qas Durners com
plete 25 cents.
Mf. Vernon, Ohio
OME in any day and see what
we have, whether you want
to buy or not. You're welcome.
Beginning now we are able to
offer you complete stocks.
and Overcoats in all the
latest styles. Prices
$10.00 to $30.00. Come
in and see them,
Armor Plate Hose
25 cents per bottle.
Banner Want Ad
Glass and China
Star cut Btralght glasses, 90c
Star Cut Bell Shaped glasses,
New Fall Patterns in 100 pes.
and open stock Dinner Ware at
NEW FALL &,
The latest patterns and
colorings in shirts.
Beautiful Cravats, 25c
Newest styles iu hats.
Sweaters in all grades
for Men and Boys
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