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THE DEMOCRATIO BANNER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914
BUI A KISS
Is Testimony Offered By Wife
Wbo Is Refused A Divorce
In Marion County
Judge Fulton Takes Case
Motion For A New Trial
Other Items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Lillian A. llrownloo of Caledonia,
who, Saturday in tbo common pleas
court, at Marlon, sought to aocuro a
divorce from hor husband, James 13.
Brownloo, a veterinary surgeon of
Caledonia, was refused a decree of
iJlvorco by Judgo Scoflcld. Llkowlso,
tho cross-petition filed by hor hus
band, asking for a divorce, was dis
missed, Judgo Scoflcld refusing to
grant either tho husband or wife a
Automobllo rides in tho moonlight,
smacking kisses, with blond women
sitting on certain laps, mysterious
callers at Indiscreet hours, night
gowns and other dlshablllo attlro fig
ured prominently In the charges and
counter-clmrges that woro hurled back
und forth by tho contesting parties.
Mrs. Drownlao testified that ono
night she heard a resounding smack
on hor front porch,
"Wasn't thero cows In, u field nenr
Hyl" queried tho attornoy for Mr.
"This wasn't cows; It was tho
Fmack of a big kiss," replied Mrs.
"Some klBBl" ejaculated tho coun
Bel for Mr. llrownleo.
"Yob, a whoppor," replied Mrs.
That thero aro widows at Caledonia
and that they aro swoot, was lull
niuted by a wIUiosb In tho trial. Ho
testified that he hoard ono of the In
"terosted purtles say, "I'vo got a swoot
little widow horo In Culedonla."
Mr. and MrB, llrownleo wero mar
ried In 1804 and have two children,
ugod 9 and III years. Yesterday, the
youngest son (justified concerning
automobile ildos, which ho took with
Ills father In company with another
woman. The hid testified ho saw his
father kiss this woman. In answer
to tiio (iiiestlon as to what ho said, ho
-Mid, "I caught you that time, dad."
Common picas Court
The mandnmtiH case of tho Law I.I
"brary Association vs. Tho Commis
sioners of Knox county was hoard by
Judge Fulton TuoBday and taken tin
Motion For New Trial
In tho eiiso of Thompson Urothois
-vb. The l'l'iinsylvunlu Hallroud, a mo
tion far a new tilaMvns argued boforo
Judge Fulton on Wednesday,
Henry T. Hall to KlUaboth A. Hall,
CGI acres In l'lotmnnt, $1.
Mo" I Wytho to II. II. Miller, lots
-In cltj, ?1.
Mr. Carl Lewis of Hangs has Bono
to West Iafuyotto to spend a week.
tdaptiaf Ike rif kt oarUk
Hent, and Nature' own oil
xd in Scott' Emuhion
atreDEtkened iboasudi oftoea
tmi women to continue their work
aad vsefulneii (or many years.
Scott' Emuhion Is a food, a medi
cine and a tonic to keep the
blood dch, avoid rheumatism
wad thwart nervous conditions.
I k Is free from alcohol or harm-
fel drugs, lho best physicians
yretcrlbe it. u-so
PU Strength Past
WK 7 Fiftv Years
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The Beulah-Buck Quartett Company
gavo tho second entertainment on tho
Methodist Brotherhood" lecturo course
last Saturday evening to a good houso.
This entertainment was a substitute
number for tho Wells Entertainers,
which wero billed to nppear hero on
the 19th of November. The entertain
ment Inst Saturday evening was de
cidedly satisfactory to all who attend
ed. Tho voices of tho quartet were ex
quisite and tho delivery of overy num
ber showed thoso pooplo to bo artists
in their lino. In fact this entertain
ment Is said to be equal to tho best
tha has over appeared In this place.
Tho next number of tho course will bo
.tho Brewer Concert Company, appear
ing hero on tho 19th of January.
Tho Methodist Brotherhood has en
gaged tho Panama-Pacific Exposition
storcoptlcon entertainers to come to
Tredorlcktown on Wednesday evening
of next weok, Dec. 10th. This Is not
ono of tho season's lecturo courso
numbers, but It Is said to be a most
Interesting and Instructive entortaln
ment. Pictures of tho Panama Canal
and tho great buildings at tho oxposl
Hon will bo shown and described by
Tho first quarterly conference moot
ing of tho Frcdorlcktown Methodist
church will bo hold Friday ovonlng of
this week. Communion service will
bo observed Sunday morning with a
eormon by rtov. Phlllpott of Delaware.
An old-tlmo Methodist "Lovo Feast"
will bo hold In tho placo of tho Ep
worth Leaguo meeting In tho even
ing. Regular preaching servico will
Bev. Jamos of Canton, representa
tive of tho Anti-Saloon Loaguo, gavo
an address In tho Presbyterian church
on Sunday morning last, when sub
scriptions woro tnkon, tho funds to bo
used In pressing forward tho cam
paign for prohibition next fall. Ho
nlso gavo an address to a largo con
giegatlon at tho Baptist church In tho
Mr. Iorln Marplo visited Mr. J. B.
Footo at Columbus on Tuesday of this
Mrs. Mary Ewers ontortalned with
a turkey dinner on her ninety-fifth
birthday, tho four generations of hor
family bolng presont, tho youngest
bolng olght years old. Tho tablecloth
used was ono Mrs. Ewors spun and
wovo from tho flax Bovonty-flvo years
hast Thursdny a horso and wagon,
without drlvor, was seon coming down
tho street In Frodorlck'town. A local
livery man enptured tho horso nnd put
It In a stablo until tho ownor could bo
iound. Tho rig bolongod to a concern
in Mt. Vernon nnd tho horso had be
como frlghtoned and ran away whllo
tho drlvor wns nttiklng a dollvory In
a houso on Cathorlno street, in that
Miss Ida Dlokoy of Detroit, Mich,
camo tho past wook to Bpond several
weoks with hor aunt, Mrs. J. U. Footo.
MIbs Pearl. Harris of Mt. Vernon
visited with Frcdorlcktown friends
Tho Baptist Sunday school hold a
special mooting last Sunday afternoon
to prepare n program for Chrlstmos.
Tho oxorclso will bo hold on Christ
A numbor of hrlcklayors, employed
on tho now buildings in this placo,
wont to Mt. Vernon 011 Tuesday to
vote at the special wot and dry elec
tion. Tho motor bus lino now bolng fi
nanced to run botweon Mt. Olload and
Gallon, has again rovlvod lntorost In
tha lino that has boon so long talked
of to bo operated .botwoon Froderlck
town and Mt. Vernon. Thoro Is no
reason why so ontorprlBlng a town
ob Frcdorlcktown should bo abut In
nnd nt tho morcy of only 0110 railway
whon ritich rondy means of tniimportn-
Hon nro at hnnd. AlthoiiKh Frederick-
town would ho tho chief Bainor, Mt.
Vernon would come hi socond nnd
thoro Is llttlo doubt hut that consider
able pooplo would bo disposed to
shovo tho venture. Our situation hoio
Is very similar to that of Mt. Oilcnd,
of whitih tho Morrow county Republi
can says: "Mt. Olload noodH bettor
tiniiBportntlon facllltlos. Thoro Is no
imo !u wastliiR fin thor tlmo and mon
o) on largo railway sehomos which
cannot bo ilnnncod. Tho proposed
motor bus lino can bo financed and
tho operation of tho lino can bo miulu
successful. If nt uny othor tlmo tho
projoct would bo wucceodod by uny
other transportation lino, thosu btmsos
could readily bo disposed of ut tholr
Yuluo, nnd tho mombors of tho com
pany could lose but llttlo outsldo tholr
personal work. At any rato, a strong
effort will bo mado nt onco." This
Is tho spirit that should bo shown at
Frederlcktown tmd Mt. Vornon. Thoro
is no doubt hut that tho lino could bo
nm horo that would not a high rato
of profit for thoso who would sub
scribe for lho stock, as tho travel bo
twoon horo nnd tho county soat will
always bo heavy. Qlvo tho projoct a
Dr. v. W. Ponnoll of Mt. Vernon
was u Frcdorlcktown visitor last Sat
urday. Mr. C ,S, Whlto, formerly of Mans-
field, but recently of Macon, Ga., has
been spending soveral days this week
Sir. F. E. Webster of Mt. Vernon
transacted business In Frederlcktown
on Monday of this wook.
Mr. Earl Denman, of tho Huddle &
Hciiman company, has been on tho
nek list a few days tho past weok.
Mr. Hoy Swetland mado a business
tip to Now York tho latter part of
Mr. D. O. Gordon of Ashland was
calling on Frederlcktown friends on
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolford of Ash
land aro the parents of a seven-pound
voiii Mrs. Wolford, formerly Miss
Christian Strublo of this placo.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummlngs, who
have been In Colorado tho past month
looking after property Interests there,
leturned to their homo In Frederick
town Inst week. .
Miss Elsie M. Chapln, who has been
visiting her brother In this place tho
pnBt two weeks, returned to her homo
l.i New London, on Monday last.
Mrs. Lorln Dalrymplo Is reported on
the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Weaver and Bon
visited with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Wells
at Bangs last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hull and Mrs.
Lizlo Koycs of Frederlcktown visited
with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Slater at
Chostervlllo last Sunday.
Miss Davidson of Utlcn visited with
hor cousin, Miss Hortcnso Jenkins,
Miss Vesta Ulory of Marengo, spent
u part of tho past weok visiting with
Miss Hattio Fish, west of town.
Mr. Milton Grovo nnd Mr. Fred Cor
vin, of Pulasklvllle, wero Frederick
town visitors last Wednosday.
Mr. Chester Klmo of Akron has
been spending several days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Klme, In
Miss Grace Norrlck and Miss Maude
McIClornan have left for Jacksonville,
ria., and Chattanooga, Tonn., for nn
indeflnito visit with friends and rela
tives. Mrs. Wolf, who lived near Ckestor-
vlllo, was found dead In hor bod Sat
in day morning. Heart failure was tho
causo of death. Sho was taken to
Mansflold for burial.
Mrs. Alex Penlck, who has beon 111
lor soveral weoks, Is improving.
Mrs. E. II. Cassel and Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Hlldroth went to Columbus
Tho ladlos of tho Prosbyterlan
chinch will hold tholr annual church
fair and food sale in Miss Pearl With
low's millinery storo on Frldny and
Tho M. E. church ladles' fnlr and
food salo at Miss Castnor's millinery
store, on Friday and Saturday.
YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS
BREAK IT UP NOW
A cold Is readily catching. A run
down system Is susceptiblo to Gorms.
You owo it to yourself and to othors
of your household to fight the Germs
i't onco. Dr. Boll's Plne-Tar-Honoy Is
fino for Colds nnd Coughs. It loosens
lho Mucous, stops tho Cough and
soothos tho Lungs. It's guaranteed.
Only 2Cc at your Druggist.
Were iO Men In An Explo
sion At Scranton
Scranton, Pa., Dec. 9 Ten miners
were Instantly killed this morning
while descending Into the Tripp shaft
or the Lackawanna Coal company,
I when one of their number dropped a
quantity of dynamite which he was
taking Into the mine to the bottom of
The explosion completely destroyed
tho carriage, dropping Its occupants
to instant death at the bottom of the
DOCTORS ON STAGE ,
Kunsas City, Mo., Doc. 9 A dozen
joung medicos of this city, mombors
of tho .lackson County Medical Soci
ety, will bo seen on tho stago tonight
In Bernard Shaw's satirical medical
farco, "Tho Doctor's Dllotnma," for
tho benofit of St, Uiko's and Morcy
Mr. Allon Yoakum returned to.Mt.
Liberty Wodnosday, after a visit with
relatives In Frodorlcktown.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Walton of Wost
Vino street wont to Newark this morn
ing, to spoud several days with rola
For Infants and Children
In If so For Over 30 Years
Jefferson City, Mo., Dec. 9 Gover
nor Major has set this day apart, by
proclamation, as "Charity Day" for
making contributions for the innocont
victims of tho European War. Ho ap
pointed a stato committee to collect
tho voluntary contributions nnd con
vert them into eatables and clothes, to
be forwnrded In tho namo of Missouri.
Miss Morris of North Matn street
left this morning for Alblan, Pa.,
vhoro sho will visit with relatives.
Tho Fellowcraft degree was con
ferred on ono candidate at a special
communication of Mt. Zion lodge No.
9. F. & A. M., Tuesday evening.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be Incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced It a
local disease and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly falling to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be q
constitutional dlseaso, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
Constitutional euro on the market. It Ii
taken Internally. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer ono hundred dollars for any
case It falls to euro. Send for circulars
Address! F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
$1.00 and over
East Side Public Square
poslte Grand Theatre
CONIDENCE is necessary as to the place where you buy your confections for the little ones
to be certain that they are pure. The d istinct advantage in buying Xmas candies from the
CANDY LAND is that they are "Made in Mt. Vernon' ' fresh every day. Pure and whole .
some. With us it is sugar one day an d candy the next, and we have sufficient demand
for our confectionery to keep our stock continually fresh, simply because we are not afraid to throw
in good quality as well as keep down the prices. , O ur store is packed full of every kind deman'ded by
lovers of fine sweet meats. Whether you buy the inexpensive mixed candies or the finest chocolates
and bonbons, every ounce is guaranteed absolutely pure and the prices exactly represent the value of
the goods, yet we have special prices on all our candies for these few days till Xmas. '
One real candy bargain containing an as
sortment of ten kinds of Taffies and Peanut
Candies at very low price.
10c lb., 3 lbs, for 25c
The prettiest of all the Xmas candies, of
dozen different flavors and colors.
10c lb., 3 lbs, for 25c
The best shaped, prettiest colored, tho
freshest made of all sizes from tiny canes
lc eacb to great big ones at 50c
French Creams, per lb I Oc
Turkish Caramels, per lb j Oo
Peanut Brittle, per lb j Oc
Peanut Candy, per lb I Oo
V )l" '
6 AL-VET (40 lb. keg)
8AL-VET (20 1b. keg)
SAL-VET (10 lb. keg)
Corn and Oats Chop
Faramel Horse Feed
Sterling Dairy Feed
Sugar Feed .
Cotton Seed Meal
Tankage (60 protein)
Ryde's Cream Calf Meal
Xtravln Molasses Feed
La Egg Scratch Feed
Equality Scratch Feed
Beef Scrap.... -j
Oyster Shells. .'.....
Large or small orders delivered to
No. 66 both phones
IN QUANTITIES FOR
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m 1 m m .vm v jmr-
$1.45 per 100 lbs.
1.50 per 100 lbs.
1.60 per 100 lbs.
1.65 per 100 lbs.
80c per bu.,
1.85 per 100 lbs.
1 60 per bushel
1.20 per bu.
.95 per bushel
, 2.00 per 100 lbs.
1.40 per 100 lbs.
1.90 per 100 lbs.
2.00 per 100 lbs.
1.50 per 100 lbs.
-. 1.80 per 100 lbs.
1.55 per 100 lbs.
1.40 per 100 lbs.
1.65 per 100 lbs
2.00 per 100 lbs.
2.60 per 100 lbs.
04 per pound
1.80 per 100 lbs.
1.25 per barrel
01 per pound
85 per 100 lbs.
50 per 100 lbs.
...2.05 per 100 lbs.
2.00 per 100 lbs
2.25 per 100 lbs.
03 per lb.
03 per pound
03 per pound
.70 per 100 lbs.
80 per 100 lbs.
. 03 per pound
any part of the city. Terms Cash.
Elevator & Mill Co.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
Our Special Xmas
This is one of our best selling all-the-year-round
candies at the regular price 20c lb., con
taining an assortment of sixteen kinds, every
piece is pure, fresh & wholesome at lowest price
15c lb., 2 lbs. for 25c
Don't buy your Xmas
have seen this mixture.
PEANUT & COCOANUT CREAMS
10c lb., 3 lbs. for 25c
Butter Scotch, per lb j Qc
Cut Mixed Candy, per lb j Qo
Cocoanut Crisp, per lb 20c
Pop-Corn Crisp, per lb -. .20o
BOXES OF CHOCOLATES AND BON-BONS
FANCY OR PLAIN FOR GIFTS all stees and
prices from 25o UP TO $5.00
SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS
A pair of properly fitted glasses,
especially for the aged whose sole
enjoyment consists In seeing well,
would make a most acceptable re
membrance. As It would be last
ing, father and mother would long
It Is the chance of a lifetime for
you, who have had to depend up-"
on the haphazard work of these
' "short term opticians and optome
trists" to have your eyes examined
by an eye specialist possessing
the medical education of the ocu
list, one having a thorough medic
al knowledge of the eye, Its ap
pendages and diseases.
As an Inducement to Increase
our practice we are offering
glasses, during the month of De
cember, at most reasonable prices.
Eye examinations made evenings
until 8 o'clock.
$5.00 EYE EXAMINATION FREE
UNTIL JAN. 1st
HOURS: 8 a. m. to 8 p m. Out of
office Monday of each week.
Mt. Vernon's only exclusive eye
specialist Possessing the Medic
al Education of the Oculist
OFFICE, OVER MT. VERNON P. O.
BANNER CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
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