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VftlOAY, DECEMBER 1S, Hit
THE DIMOCBATtd BANNER.
,fr FREDERICKTOWN 4.
Mbm Hula Johnson woat to Chicago,
III., PHa'ay afternoon expecting to un
teo an operation. MIbb Johnson Is
ae ef the teachers In the Frederick
tow High school. 8be haa been In
H health ever since an accident when
ceeaaylng a party of High school
ataaeats oa a eloigning party last
winter. Her many friends hope for
Her areats, Mr. and Mrs. James
JokaatM accompanied their daughter
a far a Maasfleid. Ref. Noble wilt
All the position vacated, by Miss John
oa MM her return.
Mr. aad "Un, George Condon ot
Jtloa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Pealclc en Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Raymond Darling and two chil
dren, oC PerrysTllle, Ohio, who have
beea visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Kem, returned home on Saturday.
Mrs, G; B, Reedford and Mrs. Ira
Burnett of CnestervlIIe, visited with
Mrs. Ltosle Keyse on Tuesday last
Mlsa Lula McCurdy and Miss Ber
tha ShiM-an, of Bloomfleld, visited In
Fredertoktowa last Friday and Satur
Mrs. Elisabeth Frost Is visiting her
granddaughter, Mrs. Hatel Cramer,
at Orrvillft. '
Mr. Harry Harris eatertalned his
mother, Mrs. Kate Harris, of Linden
Heights, the past "Week.
Mr. aad. Mrs. Bruce Evans of ML
Veraoa visited with her cousin, Mrs.
Sheldon, tho past week.
Mr. aad Mrs. Colon Fletcher enter
tained a number of friends last Sat
urday evening. Refreshments were
Mr. Ralph Strublo has secured the
services of Mr. Joo Vossers, of Kala
xnasoo, Mich., who will attempt to
raiso celery on the old Harry farm the
coming season. Mr. Vossers is a eel-
ry expert and be belloves this land
especially adapted for celery raising.
mm. wm. Montis entertained a
uumber of ladies at her homo last
Mr. J. B. Studor visited her son,
Mr. aimer Studor and family, at Tiffin
the past week.
The following clipping was taken
from the' Doc. 6th Issue of The Record
of New London, O..
Warner Beckety of Akron, and Mlsa
Martha F. Jones of Frederlcktown,
were united in marriage at the M. E.
parsonage of this city last Friday ev
ening. They departed on train No.
25 for a short wedding trip. After
Jan. tst, they will live in Akron where
Mr. Beckely has employment.
The Senior English class has finish
ed "Milton's Minor Poems" and will
Tho Shukesjenro class has complet
ed "Hamlot" and will now road
The following were visitors of tho
Senior class last Wednesday: Miss
Mabel Shiploy of Columbus, Mrs. C.
R. Tabor and Mr. Earl Kunkle.
Several members of tho Freshmen
class attonded the dedication of the
new Christian church at Palmyra.
Tho Misses Naomi Bryant and
'Blanche Reasoner wero shopping In
Mt. Vernon Saturday.
Vclma Urant was In the county seat
Inez Alglro spent Sunday with Onita
Mabol Keller visited with the Miss
ch Martha and Mary Leonard Sun
day. Lola Bcchtol spent Friday in Mt.
A few of our members were pleas
antly entertained by a surprise party
(or Wilbur Evans on Monday evening.
Mr. Nell Blackford was absent from
school a few days last week on busi
ness. Nellie Utterback spent the Thanks
giving at her grandparents in Mt. Ver
non. The Loyal Sons and Daughters of
the Palmyra Sunday school will hold
an exchange at Clark Bros, pn Satur
day of this week.
Miss Helen Beers' spent Saturday
.last in Mt Vernon. r
Alleen Studor spent Thanksgiving
day In Mt. Vernon.
Several from the Junior class at
tended the box social held at No. 5
school house Friday evening, Nov.
Miss Ethel Poorman spent her
Thanksgiving vacation in Mt Vernon.
Miss Hazel Sargent and MIbb
Edythe Ewers attended foot-ball game
at Butler Noy. 28.
Thirty-two of Wilbur Evans' friends
helped to celebrate, his fiftieth birth
day Monday. Tho evening was spent
In games find music until ten o'clock
when refreshments wero served nild
tho jolly crowd started for homo wish
ing Wilbur many moro happy returns
or tho day.
MIbb Florence Sellers Fnent her
Thanksgiving vacation In Qloumont
and Howard, Ohio.
WIbsce Ruth Rrentlluf er and Pearl
Harris attended tho football game at
Duller, Ohio, ThttHlcglvIUB Day.
Mies Eatolla Bono, ot Mt. Vernon
Visited Miss Pearl Smith last week.
"Burke's Conciliation of Amerl-
Miss Doris Kinney had an enjoyable
visit with her aunt, Mrs, Elma Boal,
during Thanksgiving vacation.
Mr. Edwin Rowley was a Mt. Ver
non visitor the latter part of last
Miss Naomi Bryant and Miss Lulu
Turney visited In Mt. Vernbn last
Mr. Thornburg and Miss Hedges
spent tho Thanksgiving vacation at
their respective homes.
The football game played between
Butler and Frederlcktown Saturday!
afternoon, Dec. 7, 1912, was forfeited
In favor of Frederlcktown with" a score
of 1 to 0, because of the hurried de
parture of the Butler team. Although
not a great number attended the game
it was very Interesting In every detail;
with only one man hurt, and that not
serious. Wo hope for better success
In the future.
A numbor of sophomores spent a
very enjoyable evening at the home ot
Howard Fiddler, northwest of this
place last Friday evening, the occasion
being tho celebration of his twentieth
birthday annlversary Beside several
other presonta one 'of which was a
beautiful gold watch the guests pre
sented him with an exquisite toilet
Miss Ula Johnson, teacher In litera
ture, will be absent from school until
the new year, because of an opera
tion she has undergone for internal
goitre. Rev. Noble has taken her
classes and will endeavor to do the
Tho Misses Pearl Phillips and Olve
Kinney w.ere recent visitors of the
Mildred Bull was absent from school
one day last week on account of the
Illness of her mother. .
Lester Shipley and his brother Wll
lard, spent Saturday night and Sunday
in Ankenytown with their cousin, Hor
The Freshmen class In English have
taken up the third 'classic, The Mer
chant of Venice, under the Instruc
tion of Mr. Noble, Miss Johnson being
absent on account of illness.
A number of the Juniors attended
the surprise party for Howard fidler
on Friday evening, Dec. 6.
Several of the Juniors were Invited
to attond a birthday party at tho home
ot Miss Lola Keller Saturday evening.
Miss Alberta Ewers ot Bellvllle vis
ited the Junior class Tuesday after
noon. Tlra. H. M. Noble entertained tho
W. C. T. U. on Tuesday of this weok.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bradrlck visited
with relatives at Shelby the past
Mr. William Montis vlsltod with
relatives nt Akron tho past weok.
Mr. Harry Daniels, ot Provldenco,
R. I., visited frlendB In this place last
Mrs. Edith Brokaw, of Centerburg,
visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bcane in this place last week.
Mr. W. E. Edwards visited Mans
field and Gallon tho past week.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Zelg on Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerrlel Needham oi
Lexington, O., Mr. and Mrs. James
Hair of Chestervllle nnd Mrs. W. H.
Booze and daughter, Ida Mao, of Fred
erlcktown spent Friday and Saturday
last with Mrs. Melissa Fidler and Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Booze of Utlca.
Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Fidler and son
Harold of Frederlcktown, 0., who have
been spending a few weeks In the
West, stopping at the fat stock show
nnd visiting the Sears and Roebuck
and Montgomery and Ward and Co's.
factories In Chicago; then visiting
relatives in Iowa, returned home Sun
day morning reporting a grand tlmo.
Miss Anna Craft left last Thursday
for Dennison, O.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Fidler
and daughter, visited at Marlon Lyon's
Mr. R. J. Clark, who was Injured
in the Dresden wreck a week ago,
has been at home doctoring up his
wounds. Mr. Clark travels for the
Wood Harvester Co,
Mr. I. H. Frlzzell and Mr. John Hy
att attended the state Progressive con
vention nt Columbus last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ban- went to Mt
Vernon Sunday for a week's visit
Mrs. Paul Cummlngs wont to 'Co
lumbus on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts have
Issued Invitations for the marriage of
their (laughter Miss Edith to Mr. Paul
DeBolt to take place on the 24th ot
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lemon Boone visited
with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wilson In
tho country, last week.
Tho IC! of P. lodge, Wayne 303, have
elected the following officers: Geo.
Shroder, C C; J. W. Hyatt, V. C;
John Cools prelate; C. J. Lovell, M.
W.; A. M. Terry, R. R. & S.; Phil
Browner, M. F.; L. C. Zolman, M. E.;
H A. Wllllaid, M. A.; E. R. Rlnehart,
I.'O.; B. F. Pannenter, O. G.; B.x N.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patterson visit
ed relatives at Centerburg last week.
Miss Cora McGugln visited her sis
ter Mrs. George Stlnemates at Amity
tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Cochran visited
with Mr. and "Mrs. Earl Cochran nt
Lexington last week.
Mrs. Leo Shiploy was a Butler vis
itor on Wodnosday of this wecK,
Tho people ot Frederlcktown are
greatly Interested In the coming of
a gonulne Mohawk Indian who has
been secured to speak at the Baptist
church next Sunday evening. Rev.
R. Hill, who Is now attending Denlson
University, at Granville, will give his
famous lecture on "The Indian of To
day". Mr. Hill comes very highly rec
ommended by several of the Christian
denominations as a fluent and inter
Mr. .Hill, whose Indian name Is Ska-Hue-Haw-Dl-See
comes by direct de
cent from the Mohawk tribe of the
famous Indian confederacy, the Six
Nations, so well known. In history. Ho
has done actual service in the minis
try among his peoplo and Is now pre
paring himself to do the work still
more effectively. President Hunt, of
Denlson (University, gives bim tho
highest of recommendations as a man
'and a public speaker. He will appear
in costume here and no doubt will
greatly Interest and please our people.
No admission fees will be charged
but a collection' taken 'lb help defray
his expense at school.'1 '
Last Sunday morning Attorney F.
G. Bales of Canton, gave an interest
ing address at the M, E. church en
the work of the Anti-Saloon league
and the work that the people ot Ohio
have before them If we are to have
laws that will aid to sobriety and in
dustry. He also addressed a union
meeting at tho Presbyterian, church
in tho evening which was well attend
ed. While hero he received about
seventy dollars to aid tho good work
of the league.
Last Frldny evening Mr. nnd Mrs.
'John Fidler gave a most successful
surprise party In honor of the 20th
birthday of their son, Mr. Howard
Fidler. About thirty guests were
present and had a most delightful
tlmo. A three course dinner was
served. Many usoful presents were
Rev. W. S. Nicholson, who has been
very III the past week Is reported
Miss Ula Johnson, who went to Chi
cago for treatment was operated on
Tuesday very successfully and at this
writing is Improving rapidly,
BANNER WANT ADA PAY
THE BEST OF SECURITY
1st. Mortgage.! on real estate in
Knox county to secure the depositor's
2nd. An organization designed to
carefully watch every Investment
3rd, The prompt collection of tho
Interest on loans and systematic re-
ductlon of the principal.
These are some of the mhTih sal
of our business. We Invite depesttsjsj
to look over our Investments aad safe
Isfy themselves of their security.
THE KNOX SAVINGS LOAN,
N, W. Corner Mala and Vine streaks
Mrs. Noble Weir Jr., went to Tat
this afternoon to visit with relatives
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, aa they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining; of tho Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It Is entirely closed.
Deafness la the result, and unless the to
flammntlnn can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearln? will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing; but nn Inflamed condi
tion or me mucous surfaces.
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llvko lUU'a fasulr lIUs for conttlpaUon.
Our Great Stock of Furniture, the Largest In Knox Co.
offers valuable suggestions to those wan ting to select practical, sensible gifts.
The confidence in quality recommends this store for the purchase of Good
Furniture articles that express your wish to give only the best, and that they
have been paid for. The greater part of our main building is devoted, at this
time, to gift things that are correct and particularly appropriate as Christmas
We have quite an interesting display of Period Furniture pieces that
are authentic reproductions of antiques, correct in design and finish and super
ior in cabinet work.
COME IN AND LOOK THROUGH YOU'LL BE WELCOME
Surprises await you in the very moderate prices, marked in plain figures
Special White Enamel Kitchen Cabinet
Parlor Suits 4 off
Kaltex Arm Chairs
Golden Oak Rockers
Fumed Oak Rockers
Early English Rockers
Birds Eye Maple Rockers
Circassian Walnut Rockers
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Fancy Work Tables
Folding Card Tables
Etc Etc., Etc
All Brass Beds at 25 Discount. Many Iron Beds at Cost.
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DlOCOUnt Of 15 on aU Men's Bovs' and OTiildrens' Overcoats.
DleCOUnt Of 15 on a11 Men's and Bovs' Trousers.
DlSCOUnt Of 15 on a11 Men's By8' and Children's Suits.
Positively no discount on any other goods. Our only reason for this sale is to
reduce our tremendous stock of SUITS and OVERCOATS.
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