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THE DEMOCRATIC BAmlm
TUMMrW MrYi mmh HLiftit.
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T Hear The Case Of Waight
f . A. tack Is Appointed
By Judge Wickhom
In tho case of John I). Waight vr.
Frank O. Lovoring, an opinion of tho
court on the exceptions filed to tho
referee's report, was received by
Clerk of Courts Hayeu on Monday
Tho report was sent by Judgo Wick
ham from Delaware, the referee in tho
case being Judgo Park D. Dlnlr.
There were twelve objections re
viewed by Judgo Wickhnm In the ro
yert and the greater number of these
were affirmed, while several wore
In tho conclusion of his opinion,
Judge Wickhnm holds that the caso
ahould bo re-rofereed and accordingly
appoints William A. Hosack.
Judge Dlalr Is allowed $7C for acting
as reforeo in tho past.
In ending hlo opinion, Judgo Wick
ham says: "I bid tho case a long fare
well and hopo It may hayo as pleasant
a voyage as possible upon the troubled
sea of litigation."
Criminal Case On
Tho cose of Ohio vs. Roy Mapcs,
.charged with fornication, was com
menced beforo tho Jury in tho court
of common pleas on Monday morning.
No Change Of Venue
In tbo cjiso of Ohio vs. Charles Fob
tor, In which a motion wm tiled ask
in for a change of vonue, tho matter
was hoard by Judge Seward on Mon
day morning and tho motion was over
ruled. Tho cano must be tried in
No Court Until Thursday
Thnro will bo no scsHlon of court on
Tuesday or Wednesday, Thoro wan
no case assigned for Tuesday and
Jud'ie Seward will be a witness In the
Linking county case on Wednosdny.
Tbo cano of Ohio vs. Charles Fos
ter, charged with grand larceny, will
be tried on Thursday.
The Balrd Estate
HlUntioth II. Dalrd has been appoint
ed executrix of John Halrd, giving
bond In tho sum of f 1,000. Tho up.
raisers nro James Hell and Iloss
Clnronco Q. Snook of Troy, O., has
toon appointed oxocutor of Ollvo I
llonnott. No bond and no nppralso
Alfred H. Anderson, farmer, Clinton
towiihlilp, and' Iiinbello Cunnliiglinin,
CoIIoro township, Hev, Ouorgo F.
Curtla M. Hotelier, fnrinor, Plko
towiiBhlp, mid Mnlva Pcronhnugli, Un
ion tnwiiHlilp. Ilov, J. T. Itlack.
ChlchoHtor M. Hnckett, aHlHtant
holler mnkor foreman, ami Emma M.
Dnlyrtnplo, HlonoRiaplier, both of Mt.
Vernon. Ilov. H. I). Uarnott.
Hnbrccu ArniBtrons to Clifford F.
Rlnohnrt, lot 7 .ind 8 In Ccntorburg,
C. I.. Woiro to II. h. Iloed, 40 acres
In Union, 12,000.
of the Condition of
?The Howard Savings Bank Co,
At Howard In tha State of Ohio, at th
clots of business,
Nov. 28, 1012
Ttonnn on real ratate ,,122,00 rt
(.nana on oolliitcral,. ,,, 1,411 NS
Other loan nn clIncmintK II, "17,43
OUior lonin and illxrountii... ........ 21 00
y'urnltiirn utul flxturca 2,900.00
Inn from rrnrrvu l)unka,,f9,&1M4
Wold coin 1DM
Hllver dollar 20000
Fractional coin.,, SWW
tJ, a und Nutlonnl llnnk
note 2,80000 15,423 08
Capital Mock paid In Its room
urplu fund 1,60000
Undivided profit! Ia ixpcnH.
Intrrmt and Inxca paid., 131. U
DIvrtlenclH unpaid 18.00
I'uhllr fund- 13,071! 5 1
Individual drpoiltH ut-
Joct to oheck 21.TOS58
Dcmnud certificates of
HavliiKH dcpoKlli Mllll ''"JL!K
Money borrows!,,.,.,,,, ,, d.oooto
Total TM.W3 75
I, Clarence D. Horn, of the nliovc nm1
Howard BavlriR Hank Co.. do folenmlv
awear that tho nbovo tntmont l rue
to the beat of my knnwlrdax and tiMltif
CliAUBNCn D. IIOHN
lain of Ohio. Tounty of Knox.
Hhacrttrd nnd aworn o before me thl
Ah day of December, ISIS.
FRANK t WOIjFB.
Bgjrs a4c; butter 30c
Vou can safely place faith in Han
ford's Balsam of Myrrh.
Quality Is the first consideration at
Stamm's Good Clothes store.
A gift within reach of everyone
the Red Cross Seal.
A suit caBe or bag makes a flno pres
ent. Get It at Stamm's.
"Scrlbncr's" Mentholated Balsam,
Mayor Perrlne Imposod a flno of G0
upon II. h. HusHell Saturday afternoon
for furnishing Intoxicating liquor.
llanford's Balsam is good for chil
blains. Christmas neckwear In flno qualities
at Stamm's Good Clothes shop.
Mr. Warner J. 'DoVoo of Newark
spent Saturday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Kdward J. DoVoo.
Will order what you want in smok
ing jackets from samples. Newest de
signs at Stamm's Good Clothos shop.
Mr. Patrlok D'Arcy of Tlffln, Ohio,
vlBltcd with friends in the city over
For frost-bites apply llanford's Dal
Ham. Mrs. Elizabeth Watson of Green
Valley, who has boon soriously ill for
several ''weeks, Is not improved.
Mr. Alexander Mosaholdor of Mt.
Vemon Is visiting with Nowark
Mrs. Liggett of Mt. Vernon vlsltod
with Mrs. L. Harney of Centorburg ov
Mr. Emmerson Grubb went to Col
umbus Monday morning to mako a
short business visit
For lamonosB apply llanford's Dal
Ham of Myrrh thoroughly. Ono good
application is worth several light ones.
"AJax" cold euro 20c Scrlbner's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Markloy of
tho O. S. Sanitarium Bpent Sunday
with their aunt, Mrs. T. O. Cotton 408
East Front streot.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hardosty return
ed to their homo In Mt. Vernon Sun
day after a visit with relatives In
You get a tailor made fit In suits
and overcoats at a saving of from
16.00 to $10.00 'at Stamm's Good
Do a purchasor at F. A. dough's
change of firm salo and you may be
the possessor of tho diamond ring to
t,o given away Saturday ovenlng.
Mrs. William Dowdon and Mrs. Wil
liam Chapman and two daughters ot
MnnMlold spent Sunday with Miss
Mabel McFarland of Wooator avonuo.
Mrs. Oeorgo Jones was removed to
her homo on West Chostlnut street
Sundny nftornoon after an oporatton
at the Medical and Surgical sanitar
ium. Mr. Robert Fowlor of Akron, Ohio,
wan a BtieHt at tbo homo of Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Alsdorf of West High
I.oweHt prices for best qualities at
Stnmm's Clood Clothes shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Klloy Holfo'd nnd Mr.
Fran-c Toulo of Mnntnu, Ohio, return
ed to their homes Sunday after a two
wooi-.H visit with Mr. und Mrs. P. L
Pronor of this city.
Highest markot prtco paid for Wool,
Furs, Illdos, and Polls. Call nnd be
convinced. W. P. Snwvol, 401 South
Main St., both 'phonos.
Mi'H. William C. Sapp nnd Mrs. Win,
13, Flshor loft for Coshocton, Ohio.
Sunday morning bolng callod thoro by
the sudden death ot Mrs. Snpp'a sin
ter, Mrs, Wllcoxon.
Hath robos in grades from $.1.75 to
$C.OO at Stimuli's Good Clothes shop.
Mrs. Jacob Phillips roturnod to her
homo In Utlca Sunday aftor a sovoral
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Hreeco and family of North MoKon
Flno hosiery, silk or wool, at
Stamm'B Good Clothes shop.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Phillips ot Sax
ton, Pa., arrived in this city Saturday
evening to mako tholr future homo on
Went High street.
Flno hats $2,00 to $5.00. Fur caps
$1.50 to $8.00. Olovos 25c to $2.50.
Sweaters 50o to $8.50. Undorwear
$1.00 to $5.00 per aul at Stnmm's
Everything warranted right at
William C. Sapp, North Main Btreet,
this city, died suddenly Saturday ev
ening of a stroke of paralysis which
she sustained Saturday morning, nt
hor homo in Coshocton. The deceased
was 76 years of ago nnd had visited
In Mt. Vernon on numerous occasions
where she hod a large circle of friends
who will regret to learn of her death.
Funoral services Monday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at Coshocton. Mrs. Sapp
nnd Mrs. Wm. E. Fisher ot this city
nttended the funeral.
B. O. Squire
Word was received Monday morn
ing by Dr. N. R, EnBtman of tho denth
of U. O. SqulrcB of Dcllvlllc, a travel
ing snlcMnan, who died In North Da
kota Saturday. His death resulted
from n short Illness of pneumonia.
The remains arrived in Dellvllle Mon
day morning for burial.
Mr. Squires was known In Mt. Ver
non and had several relatives here.
Mr, Naomi Brown
Mrs. Naomi Drown dlod nt the coun
ty mllnuarr at It o'clock W-nday uftur
n lingering llluoss caused by old uge.
Shu was 89 years ot ago and tsaur
vlved by one sou und one duughtor.
' Tho funeral at the homo ot hor daugh
ter, Mru, John Gardner, ot near Fred
erlcktown, Wodnosday, Interment In
tho Salem church couidtory.
Mrs. A. E. Wllcoxon
iMn, A. E. Wllcoxon, sinter of Mrs,
I Oociety I
Cards have been received here an
nouncing the wedding at Frederick
town on Nov. 29 of Mr. Warner M.
Deckley ot Akron and Miss Martha
Florcnco Jones, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Jones.
Mr. Curtis M. Flctchor of Pike town
ship nnd Miss Melva Forenbnugh of
Union township were united In mar
riage by Rev. J. T. Dlack at his home
on North Mulberry streot at two
o'clock Saturday afternoon. The
young couplo will make their home In
Mr. Alfred D. Anderson, a well
known young farmer of Clinton town
ship, and u son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thom
as Anderson, waa marriod Saturday
evening to Miss Isabello Cunningham,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Cun
ningham of Collcgo township. Tho
coremony was performed by Dr.
Oeorge F. Smytho of Har,court parish,
Gambler. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson wilt
mako their home In Clinton township.
Tho Klllarney club met at tho home
or MiHties Anna and Helen Tlgho, on
Saturday afternoon where a pleasant
and profitable, afternoon was spent.
The young Indies nro making a num
ber of pretty and useful articles foi
ChrlHtmna season. Tho last half of
i lie meeting was devoted to music and
songs mid delicious homo made mn
dies were served.
Mr. Chichester M. Hackott, tho well
known assistant foreman In tho boiler
shops nt tho Pennsylvania railroad
shops In this city, was united in mar
rlh'jo Saturday evoulng to MIbs Emmn
M. Dnlrymplo, who hns been employed
us Htonogrnphor in tho olllco of Mr.
Huiry C. Dovln for Hovornl yours past.
The ceremony was porformed by tho
Rov. 10. 1). Harnett, pautor of tho Gay
street M, E, church, Mr. ami Mrs.
Hnckett will mako their homo In Mt.
OF THE BUCKEYE BUILDING AND
LOAN COMPANY, RANKIN
BUILDING, 22 WEST GAY
8TREET, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
1. This company was started Jan
uary 2, 1893. Tho original Incorpora
tors woro L. h, Rankin, L. P. McCul
lough, D, C. Dlachloy, John J.
Schwartz, James II. Rums, and Judge
Frank Rathmoll. Beginning with noth
ing, Its assets now amount to $0,200,
000 all loaned on first mortgage real
estate security, tho safest ot nil se
curities, Five per cent paid on time
t-3Mj-.rAi'-"'nifitjt vrtna;t.vrt f! x-Anfl tovto rjr&i v. i g-au
Of Walter Pipes On Charge
Of Grand larceny
Walter Pipes was arrested at 6
o'clock Sunday evoulng by Oltlcor
George on u warrant sworn out beforo
Mayor Perrlne by Clnronco Lathorn
charging him with petit larceny. At 9
o'clock Monday morning Pipes .waived
examination wnen taken before Mayor
Perrlne- nnd was bound over to tho
grand jury, Dond to tho amount of
$200 was furnished. Lathrcn nllogog
that Pipes Btole $12 hi money from
The MeyerLindorf Co.
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Begins In Earnest
At This Store Today
Practical Gifts Are Always The
Ours is a selection of practical gifts that will
quickly help you solve many a puixling problem
about "what to give."
We haven't space here to go into detail and
besides we know you will want to see our show
ing, at your earlest possible convenience.
A most comprehensive show
ing for men, women and children
Singly or boxed they make ap
lien's Hose In lisle or silk
at 25c and 50c
Ladies' Hose In lisle or silk,
at 25c to $1.50
Children's Hose In lisle or
wool; at 15c and 25c
A Present from the Dress Goods
Perhaps a friend or relative
has expressed a willingness to
mako her own dress or coat if she
only had the material. This year
materials are so wide that but
few yards are required, thus
making an inexpensive gift.
Dress goods in all the late
weaves such as bonele, chinchil
la, zibelinc, meltons, diagonals
and doiibld-faced cloths;
from ..... $1.00 to $3.50 per yard
A gift that never comes amiss.
Our showing this year eclipses
any former displays. So varied
so beautiful and appealing and
withal so reasonable in price that
buying is irresistible. Buy them
by the box or singly.. '.5c to $1 ea.
Blankets Make Most Sensible
Blanket time is here in ear
nest and we were never better
prepared to care for your needs. '
Cotton Blankets These we
have in all sizes, weights and
styles from 85c to $1.50 pair
Wool Napped Blankets Per
pair '...:. .$2.50 to $3.50
Pure Wool Blankets Heavy
fleeced but light and warm; per
pair $5.00 to $11.00
The best showing, we believe,
of Xmas aprons ever offered in
this city. Dainty and attractive
of fine lawns and cambrics, taste
fully trimmed with embroidery
and lace and in almost endless
variety 25c to $1.25
Practical Gifts for The
We suggest a visit to our sec
ond floor where you will find ex
erything ready-to-wear for the
Bootees Pretty and warm
at 25c and 50c
Bonnets and Knit Caps The
kind that afford most protection,
at 25c and up
Knit Sets Consisting of muff,
scarf and toque to match ;
at $1.00 and $2.50
Pur Sets Cony, Chinchilla,
squirrel and angora fur sets:
from .$2.25 to $6.00
Crib. Blankets Indispens
able this' cold weather; knit or
woven; at 50c to $3.00
In The ,Xmas Rush Remember Ladies Suits Are Now Selling At
Any Suit In the House 1-2 Price
j This is a golden saving opportunity rarely ? ound at this season of the year. Ordinarily you are
glad to get such generous reductions in January. But, .through a fortunate purchase late in the season we
are able to offer you a wide selection of desirable suits at just one-half the original price. LET US
ANY LADIES' TRIMMED HAT IN THE HOUSE SELLING NOW AT ONE-HALF OFF
THE MEY ER.LINDORF CO.
.... , . 1
A Horse Blanket or
If ono has to be out
driving either in tho ma
chino or buggy, theso
days, it isn't disagree
able if ynu'ro warmly
covered. See our very
complete .line of theso
' $2.00 to $9.50
$3.00 to $5.00
75c to $2.00
Rain Blankets & Storm
$1.00 to $2.25
a, W Dlo MM . R1UO 04
With bo many automobiles running
around It is the .plain duty ot every .
thoughtful man tb Make Ma will j
THE ARNOLD STORE
We invite you to see our stock for iieas in Xmas presents.
Pictures Books ' Aluminum
A visit to our picture rooms Everyone appreciates tho val- ,Apa!tJSa, XB1" from our
or a selection ot a beautiful pic- 10 of a good ok, 50c nnd 7Bo aluminum assort-
:uro nt a low prlco. ' nentn.
Rugs Children's Books , Nickle Ware
A now rug will bo appreciated Beautiful holiday editions of st?" fffrueUoya
jy any housekeeper. R,ey aU)1 a)1 tlle tandard poets. tuggestlons for mon's gifts.
Ilustratod holiday books.
Gas Lamps and Shades The biggest stock ot good Dolls
We aro showing a beautiful 'ooka h" awr,t,r' for ch"- We are closing out our line ot
low line of gns and electric dreu or au aB8, lolls at bargain prices,
amps and shades. Calendars, Xmas Cards. Wood burning supplies.
Looker! are always welcome
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dorstgned has been appointed and
qualified executrix of the estate of
JOHN W. BAHID
late ot Knox County, Ohio, deceased,
by tho probate court of said county
Docombor 7, 1912.
EL1ZABBTH H. BAIRD,
Misses Anna and Margaret Phalea
red Master Marcus Phalen of N.ewnrH,
O.. wore the guests of Miss Doris
Oranigan over Sunday,
rs1 j &.j.:i:, sutsis ,i:sTKTrsr:srxiiisiiwzU.zB9tHtt
An Elegant Diamond Ring
I .kl. ...-.L. .& Ah kMn. m . .U ..! ...... .. I 111
nurehaiar this week at the channe of firm sal
the fortunate possessor of the ring.
Displayed In the'wlndow of
Given away absolutely free
SA'lUki'AY i VHMNU
you may be
Dec. 14, at 10 o'clock
FRED A. CLOUGH