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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER,
! NOT INSANE
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But Application Is Made For
Tho case o Ohio vs. Robert B. Sev
ems was called in probate court on
Tuesday afternoon. An affidavit In
lunacy was filed against tho defend
ant a number of days ago by his
brother Fred Q. Severns. Tho testi
mony of four physicians and a largo
number of witnesses was taken by
Probate Judge Wilkins during tho af
ternoon. According to the statements
of the physicians. Severns is not in
sane and consequently he was dis
charged. Immediately application was made
for the appointment of a guardian for
Severns. This will be heard by Pro
bate Judge Wilkins on Saturday. In
tho meantime Severns was remanded
back to tho county Jail.
To Get Pay
County Auditor Riley Tuesday af
ternoon received instructions from
the state department in Columbus to
notify weak boards of education In
Knox county needing state aid to
pay their teachers salaries to make
application for their aid beforo Jan.
Tli object of tho chango In tho
school law providing this Is to enable
hoards of oduentlon to pay their
teachers' salaries monthly as thoy
should and not require them to wait
for their money until tho September
Hoards of education receiving stalo
asslstanco last yoar got it on Aug.
31 but It is tho purpose this yonr to
havo tho boards receive it before
Attention is called to tho fact that
the state assists only In tho tuition
funds and tho boards can determine
what tho deficit will bo and can ap
ply for aid at once, providing 7C por
cent of their levy is in tho tuition
luna and tuo enumeration of the dls
trlct Is twenty times moro than the
number of teachers employed.
Action For Divorce
Katie 13. Lllllo has commenced an
action for dlvorco In tho court of
common pleas in Knox county. She
states they were married June C,
1904, and that no children wore born.
She charges tho dofendant with wil
ful absence for more than three years
and OBks for a dlvorco and that she
may be restored to her maiden name
Katie Sites. H. II. & R. M. Greer aro
the attorneys for tho plaintiff.
Court on Wednesday
Judge Fulton convened common
pleas court Wednesday morning at
nine o'clock. Tho following cases
were down on the assignment for the
day: SHcott vs. Lurle, Hayes vs.
Hayes, Dalley vs. Dalley. Tho fol
lowing cases are down on the assign
ment for Thursday: National Supply
Co. vs. Upham Gas Co., Otis Co. vs.
Levering Bros., Swank vs. Swank.
Affidavit In Lunacy
An affidavit In lunacy was filed
Wednesday morning by John Wagner
against his son, Glenn Wagner, who
resides near Frederlcktown. The
young man Is 27 years of ago. Ho wns
brought to tho county jail Wednes
day morning by Sheriff WoollBon, Ho
IS said to bo qulto violont. An In
quest wns held during tho morning
and ho was taken to tho stnto hos
pital, Columbus, on tho nftcrnoon
First and Final
Li. D. Ackorman, administrator of
James II. Rowley, has fllod a first and
final account In prohato, showing tho
following: Received (610.52, paid out
?107.20, balance ?G12.32.
h. I), and W. A. Ackorman, oxecu
tors of Martha E. Otis, havo filed a
distributive nccount in probata, show
ing tho sum of $12.74 for distribution.
John M. Cunningham of Mt. Liber
ty has been appointed executor of
John Montgomery, giving bond in tho
sum of $2,400. Tho sureties aro Clar
eno Harris, V. B. Ernest. The ap
praisers are William Griffith, Samuel
Ernest and Loo Barker.
John P. Schilp, commercial traveler,
Camden, N. J., and Marrlam Eliza
both Johnson, trnined nurse. Rev.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion ot tho ear.
There is only ono way to euro deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of tho mucous lining of tho Eusta
chian Tube. When this tubo is Inllamcd
you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It la entirely closed,
Deafness Is the result, and unless tho In
flammation can be taken out and thl3
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever: nlno
cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi
tion of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will bIto Ono Uundrpd Dollars fornnjeosn of
nearness (caused by catarrh) that rannnt be cu red bjr
uall'a Catarrh euro. Send for circulars, free.
F. 3 CI1KNEY, CO , Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Druggists, 75c. M
Take nail's family mils for constipation.
BANNER WANT AD8 PAY.
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James Allen died at his homo In
Frederlcktown at 12 o'clock Tuesday
night after an illness ot several
months' Illness duo to diseases Inci
dent to old ago. The Immediate
cause of his death was a paralytic
etroko sustained last Thursday. Ho
was 81i years of ago and Is survived
by his wlfo and two daughters, Ho
was member of tho Liberty Chapel
M. I. church.
Tho funeral services at tho M. B.
church In Frederlcktown Friday morn
ing at 11 o'clock, sun time, Rev.
Tuckoy of Watcrford oflllatlng. In
terment In Forest cemetery at Fred
erlcktown. Stomach Troubles Disappear
Stomach, liver and kidney troubles,
weak nerves, lame back and female
Ills disappear when Electric Bitters
are used. Thousands of women
would not be without a bottle In
their homo. Eliza Pool of Dcpew,
Okla. writes: "Electric Bitters
raised me from bed of sickness and
suffering and has done mo a world of
good. I wish every suffering woman
could uso this excellent remedy and
find out, as I did, just how good It
is." As it has helped thousands of
others, It surely will do tho samo for
you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c.
and $1.00. At all Druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co Philadelphia or St.
County Auditor Riley received of
ficial notice from Columbus Wednes
day that tho salary of County Tax
Commissioner F. W. Severns of Knox
county would be ?1,900 per year.
Mrs. Harris will give a present
with tho salo of a hat until Xmas.
No. 20 West Vino street.
Edna Wallace Hopper has quit tho
movies and goes back to vaudeville.
FURS IT SHALL BE
Furs from a Store that's Proud
of its Furs
"Of course I can get through
the winter without furs, but
shall I have to?"
She was thinking to herself.
"Of course she can get along
without a fur piece, but why
He was saying to himself.
To the man who buys the FURS and pays the bills, we suggest: Furs
are about the most acceptable thing you can select, and you can select the
right ones here without trouble. No use thinking that they cost too much for
Good Furs at $5, $8.50, $10, $15, $20, $25, $30 & $40
There are novelty furs and staples, but whatever you choose be sure
they wont be amiss. Think it over.
The J. S. Ringwalt Company
Realizing the time to sell Jewelry is when People want it and
With Malice toward None,
Good Will to All
JO A SAFE PLACE 25 & ' '
V TO TRADE ap-p Za
h Clean Sweep of Every Suit and Overcoat in the store at the
Deepest Price Cut. The backwardness of the season has left us overstocked,
and as we are about to take inventory, it is necessary to make a clean sweep of hundreds
of finely tailored suits and overcoats such as Kuppenheimer's and Clothcraft, to reduce
stock to normal. It is a great opportunity to save money on your winter suit and over
coat at these exceptionally low prices.
We are conducting
The Largest Sale of Up-to-Date Jewelry, Etc.
Mt. Vernon has ever experienced. Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Cut Glass,
Fancy China, etc., etc., at prices that will astonish you. Call and investigate. No
reasonable offer refused on any article. A handsome steel engraving given with
each purchase of $1.00 or more.
FRED A. CLOUGH
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
Cut Glass & China
Prom our stock of Cut
Glass, Nappies, Fruit Bowls,
Salts and Peppers, Pitchers
and Glasses, one can seleqt a
beautiful gift at the lowest
Bee the new novelties m
Silver Deposit Glass.
From our China, a dinner
set, Fruit and Salad Set,
Chocolate Set, Salad Bowl or
fancy odd pieces, in china
that is a useful and beautiful
THE ARNOLD STORE
AT TAUGHER'S DRUG
$12.50 Suits and Overcoats j Sale Price $ 9 J 5 You Save $2.75
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats f Sale Price $ M .45 ( You save $3.65
$20.00 Suits and Overcoats ( Sale Price $ 14.75 (You save $5.25
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats I Sale Price $ 1 8.50 You save $6.50
Sale begins Friday at 9 a.
m., will continue til Xmas.
Positively no goods charged
during this sale.
The Houe ofKuppcnliMraef
THE SAFE PLACE TO TRADE
25 PER GENT OFF
On Suits and Overcoats
25 PER GENT OFF
On Children's Suits and
25 PER GENT OFF
On Suits and Overcoats
Sale Starts Friday, Dec. 19th, at 9 a. m.
The best Perfumes and
Sachet Powder, Hand Mir
rors, Extra Quality Hair
Brush, Military set, Parisian
Ivory in Toilet Sets. Fine
Stationery and Candy in
CIGARS that will please
East Side Public Square
Opposite Grand Theatre
Bring New Members to the Buck
eye State Building and Loan Com
1. The Buckeye Is sate and conser
vative. 2. Its oillcers are prompt and courteous.
3. And appreciate tho recommend
ations of patrons.
4. Time deposits bear flvo per
cent nnd borrowers are given the
best terms and many advantages.
D. Unnltln buIUllps, 22 Veet Gay
street, Columbus, Ohio. Assets
MOTHER WOULD APPRECIATE A
because they are EASY TO OPERATE,v THOR
OUGHLY EFFICIENT, BEAUTIFUL IN DE
SIGN AND REASONABLE IN PRICE.
See the new 1914 models which in elude THREE
HIGH EFFICIENCY AND VERY POWER
FUL PNEUMATIC PUMPS, assuring a constant
and effective suction.
New flanged twelve-inch Suction Nozzle enlarg
ed Air Channel.
Special Oil Treated Bearings, accounting for
ease of operation. They never require oiling.
Positive automatic adjustment of brush to floor
with spring brush release.
Tension rod which holds the axel in place while
running over the edge of rugs and carpets.
Pure bristle brush which picks up all lint, pins,
thread and other litter which suction will not take
up. The brush is easily removed and is guaranteed
for one year.
THE DUNTLEY PNEUMATIC IS GUAR
ANTEED to be free from defective material and
workmanship by the manufacturers and to be abso
lutely satisfactory by ourselves.
DUNTLEY No. 1, Metal Top $7.50
DUNTLEY SPECIAL, Wood Top. .$9.00
Woolsort's Xmas Store
SANTA CLAUS'S HEADQUARTERS
BANNER ADS BRING RESULTS
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