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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER' 11, 1914
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MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
FRANK HARPER. Editor.
SEMI - WEEKLY
No. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE
Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., postof
flc as second class mail matter.
ftetolutlori of Respect, Obituaries and
Cards ol Thanks, five cents per line.
Subscription Rate 11.50
jitrlctly In advance.
The result of the special oloctlon In
Sit. Vernon Tuesday under tlio Ileal
law would no doubt have boon tlio
other way It the Anti-Saloon Leaguo
.had been pormltted to partlclpato In
An agreement In connection with
the Btartlng of the campaign in this
city against tho return of tho saloons,
was that tho Anti-Saloon League
should have no part in tho contest,
and that nono of Its speakers should
be sent hero.
Those who had chargo of the cam
paign against tho return of saloons
are to bo commondod for oxcluding
the Anti-Saloon Leaguo, thcroby as
suring a result that would not havo
Mieen auainea ii mat discredited or
ganization had thrust its presonco up
on the citizens of Mt. Vernon.
As a potential reform force, tho An
il Saloon Leaguo has lost its standing
in the minds of many pooplo. Con
fidence In It is lacking among many,
it claims to bo non-soctarlan and non
partisan. It is neither. It is both
sectarian and partisan, especially the
latter. Its methods in allogod oppo
sition to saloons do harm to tho causo
it professes to help; and Its partisan
course gives reason for challenging Hn
When tho Anti-Saloon League shall
havo purged itself by eschewing parti--san
politics and otherwise rofortnod it--self,
then It may, with a degree of pro
priety, tako a band In a forward move
ment, but until tho process of purifi
cation and reformation Is honestly
mid successfully acomplisliod, and It
establishes itself aa having a moro
liralsoworthy function than promoting
"field days" as a pretext for passing
"tho hat to cnlargo tho cofTor for tho
salaried ofllcers of tho Loaguo to rov
1 in, it cannot oxpect to have tho
confidence of that portion of tho pub
lic that Is unBolflshly Interested In
tho wolfaro of tho pooplo.
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Mrs. Hollott was shopping
Mr. W. W. liutler has returned to
Montreal, Canada, after a week's Rtay
at his country home, east of town.
Dr. C. II. Sellers has moved his
dental parlor to the Hlco block, the
roomi; formorly occuplod by Dr. Shaft--or.
A daughter was born Monday to Mr.
and Mrs. William White, west of
Mrs. William Seneft, who Is crltl
ally ill with malaria fovor, Is no bet
tor at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Darwin I.onoy vlBlted
in Mt. Vornon on Monday.
Dr. Johnson of Now York Is a guost
'Of Miss Jeanne l'ayno at tho Duller
Miss Anna I'arrlsh returned Mon-
day from tho hospital at Columbus,
ery much Improved,
Mrs. K. L. Potter spunt a few days
last week In Millwood, tho guest of
MIbh Lulu Illloy woa in Mt. Vornon
Tuesday on business.
Mr. and MrB. K. M. Wander ontoi
(alned tho adult lilhlo class ot the M.
Iv. church at tholr homo Wednesday
Has Been Remodeled And
Ready for Occupancy
Eggs 3Cc, butter 30c.
Mrs. C. P. Purdy ot Killbuck Is a
palteut at tho Mt. Vernon hospital.
FARMS TOR SALE W. C. Rock
Mr. U. D. Williams went to Colum
bus this morning on business.
Mr. Harry Falrchlld went to Cosh
octon this morning on business.
Mr. William Yoakoy ot Newark wa
In tho city Thursday on business.
Mrs. C. W. Hayos of South Vornon
is tho guest of Mt. Liberty friends.
Mr. J. M. Doty spent Thursday in
Newark on business.
Mr. 0. Popploton went to Wester
lllo Thursday on business.
Mr. C. ri. Prlco was a business vis
itor In Nownrk on Thursday.
Big line of holiday good3 on display
at Lurie'e, 225 South Main street.
Mrs. II. C. Devlu spent Thursday In
Mr. Frank G. Mardls was a business
visitor in Columbus Thursday.
Get tho pilcos on millinery at Kirk
& Jackson's. Tho sale Is on.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell wont
to Lock Thursday, to visit with rela
tives. Sale on sweater coat at Lurle's,
225 8outh Main street
Mrs. Georgo A. Choyney and daugh
ter, Miss Mary, spent Thursday In Co
8peclal reduction on all millinery at
Miss Eva Williams, an employee of
the Ohio Stato Sanatoiium, spent
Thursday In Newark.
Now things In china Sapsula, Sobjl
and Chelsea on sale at Kirk & Jack
sen's. Misses Allco Purdlo aud Anna Wiley
of East Gambler street spent Thurs
day in Columbus with relatives.
25 per cent discount on Macklnaws
at Lurle's, 225 8outh Main street.
Mrs. Clom King, who has beon the
guost of Mr. and Mrs. John Shoedy,
returned to Howard this morning.
Itov. Ward of Canton will preach
nl the Grovo church In Harrison town
ship, Sunday evening, December 13,
at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Philip Ulofnos loft this morning
for Canoy, Kns., whoro ho will work
In a glass house.
Arousing sale of men's good over
coats at 5 per cent discount at Lurle's
Clothing store, 22,5 South Main street.
Mrs. John M. Ewalt of East High
Kticct was a visitor in Columbus on
Mrs. V. C. L.ulmoru wont to Am
brldgo, Pa , Thursday to visit with rel
atives. Cross stitch linens, and latest de
signs hi cross-stitch fancy work. Kirk
Mrs. Shormaii Zolsloft spoilt Thurs
day In Akron, the guest of her daugh
ter, Mis. Hobett Jennings,
Mrs. W. V O'llouiko of Miller town
ship wont to Cleveland Thursday to
visit with rulatlvos for ton days
Mrs, Coleman Swlgart wont to How
ard Thursday, to visit for so eral days
Mrs. Ellis Veatch has gono to Fort
Wayno, Ind., being called thoro by thu
denth of hor cousin, Dr. John Harrod
Kirk & Jackson havo tho fancy
work mnteilalH. Tho only art store
ct Mt. Vornon.
Mr. Donald Sanger of Vera Cixu,
Moxlco, Is tho guost of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph C, Illngwnlt, Noith Main street
Mrs, Ilailoy llesockor returned to
Aicaiium, 0., this moinlug, after a
visit with lolathes In this community
A largo shtpmout ot tlio newest
stylos of Christmas sllppors was re
colvod at Tair's shoo storo Thursday
They Include Bllppora for men, wo
men and chlldion, Nothing makes a
moro accoptablo piohont.
On account of tho vory bad
wcathor Filday, Doe. 4, tho third mini
her of tlio PleiiHniit Orange lectin o
t out so was postponed until Deeember
IS. This number will be given then,
nil n or Hhluo.
Tho Missionary and Undies' Aid
Hoclety of the Owl Creek church will
glvo an oyster supper Thursday oven
Ing, Dec. 1", at tho church, Thoy will
oIho sell comforters. Eorybody In
Gambler, Dec. 10 -Tho Improved
Ilexley Thoologlcal Seminary will be
lpady for occupancy In thu cotirso of
a week. Collego Architect C. II.
Schweliiturth ot Cleveland was horo
.yesterday and fully approved tho woik
that has been done. All Is completed
nave the installation of chandellors.
On Wednesday, Honlorn and mlddlcrs
of tho school selected tholr rooms.
Tho Improvement haa boon going
'on for n year. Tho Interior haa been
completely renovated and ovon remod
elled to Homo extent, Tho utructuro
will present tho samo oxtorlor up
paranco as before. The monoy for tho
iniprovmcnts canie from nrlvato dona
Wanted, For Sale,&c
Rate 5 cents ner line, each Inser
tion. Six words to line.
FOIl SALE OR TRADE Now ',
room house with soft wator bath
eloctrlc lights and cemented cellar
Call at 715 N. Main street. tf
VO SALE Flno, largo, modorn
liouso, East Gambler Btroot, or will
oxchaugo for farm land near city. Ad
dress P. 0. Box 201. 10-15
FOR SALE Empty loard barrols
for meat packing. G, 11, Jones, 10?
West High Btroot. Citizens' 'phone
205 groen. 1 2-1 r.
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1 2 more Shopping Days-then Xmas
is full of good substantial toys for
the children Toys that are in
structive as well as amusing.
Tables Natural finish folding la-
IJles for the little tots 25c and 50c
.Toy Furniture In white aud na
tural finish. Dressers, Buffets, China
Closets, Wash Stands, Chiffoniers, etc.,
at 25c and 50c
Toy Pianos 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.
Baby Grand Piano $1.25.
Piano Stools 25c.
Toy Dishes of China, aluminum
ware or Granite ware, per set, 25c to $2
Doll Beds 50c, 75c, $1.00.
Doll Buggies 50c, 98c and up to $3
Drums That are well made, 25c to
Steam Engines Stationary en
gines that run just like the real thing,
50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Moving Picture Machines, $1.00,
$1.50, $1.98 and $2.25.
Friction Toys See the big line of
locomotives, hook and ladder., wagons,
boats, street cars, automobiles, etc., etc,
50c to $1.00.
Gibbs Toys Gibbs' famous toys
for little folks (horses, wagons, etc.),
25c and 50c
Spring Trains Built to stand
rough use, 48c to $3.00.
Electric Trains, 98c to $2.50.
Iron Toys of all kinds, 25c, 50c, 75c,
Electric Motors, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25.
Express Wagons, 75c to $1.50.
Automobiles for the children to ride
in, $5, $6 and $6.50.
Sleds Flexible coasters, the kind
the boys and girls all like, 98c, $1.25 and
Dolls "We can give you most any
kind of a doll you want. Buy them now
virile the assortments are complete, 10c
Tool Chests, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00,
Shoo Flys, 50c to $1.50.
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Rocking Horses, $3.75 to $6.50.
On the main floor are
many handsome Xmas gifts,
arranged for easy choosing.
72x84 inch comfortables filled with
the finest wool. All silk covers yith C
inch plain borders. Blue and pink,
Fine Sanitary cotton comfortables
with silk covers. Plain pink, blue and
yellow with embroidered designs work
ed all the way around about six inches
from the edge. Size 72x84. A very
handsome Christmas present $7.50
72x84 comfortables made of fine
white cotton and silkoline and challie
covers. Hand tied. Made in Mt. Ver
non, each. , $3.00
Other comfortables from. .$1.00 up
in the daintiest patterns and materials
you could wish for. All shapes and siz
es and we won't attempt to say how
many different patterns, 25c, 35c, 50c,
65c, 75c, 89c, $1.00.
This is easily the leading handker
chief store of Mt. Yernon. There are
handkerchiefs of every hind and des
cription for men, women and children,
5c to $1.00 with an unusual showing in
popular priced numbers at 5c, 10c, 15c
End-of -Season Prices on Coats and Suits
Continued warm weather has left
us with too many Coats and Suits on
hand, so we are offering these now at
prices as low as usually prevail in Janu
ary. These garments all represent the
latest winter styles and would make
handsome Christmas presents. Buy one
now. You'll gel a full season's .wear and
save money too. '
$12.50 to $35 ladies' and misses'
Suits, now $ 7.50
$17.50 to $20 ladies' and misses'
Suits, now ,.$10.00
$20.00 to $25.00 ladies' aud misses'
Suits, now ! $12.50
$25.00 to $35.00 ladies' and misses'
Suits, now $15.00
LADIES' AND YOUNG LADIES'
This is a case of too much warm
weather and too many coats. A com
bination that means a big saving to you.
$10.00 and $12.50 Coats, now $ 7.50
$12.50 and $15.00 Coats now $10.00
$15.00 and $17.50 Coats, now $12.50
$17.50 and $20.00 Coats, now $15.00
$25.00 and $27.50 Coats, now $20.00
And one lot that includes tho very
best models and the very best materials
values up to $35.00, now $25.00
Iji a wide range of styles and ma
terials, sizes 6 to 14, No better coats
were ever sold at the price:
$ 3.98 values, now' $2.98
$ 5.00 values, now $3.98
$ 6.50 values, now $5.00
$ 8.50 values, now $6.75
$10.00 values, now $8.50
LOWERED PRICES ON WOOL;
50 Skirts that sold from $4.00 to
$5.00, now $2.50
50 skirts that are $5.00 to $8.50 val
ues, now $3.50
Special prices on all higher priced
DO YOU NEED ANOTHER
If so, come down and let us show
you these pretty models in all wool
serge, wool challis, wool poplins, silk
poplins, and messalines. The styles are
right and the prices much reduced.
$ 6.75 numbers, now are $ 5.00
$10.00 numbers now are $ 7.50
$12.50 numbers now are $ 9.75
$15 and $17.50 numbers are $12.50
$20.00 numbers now are $13.75
$22.50 and $25 numbers now $16.75
Furs For Christmas
No other gift would gi e a woman or child mo re pleasure than a set of furs. You may feel assured
that any fur piece you buy here will give lasting satisfaction and the best of service for we handle
none but the most reliable kinds.
Infant's Fur Sets $1.00 to $7.50
Sets and separate pieces for womon and misse s in a variety of skins and at all prices. See us be
fore you buy.
Infants' Carriage Robes
Carriage robes of fur, Astrachan, Velvet, Corduroy, Brocaded Corduroy; also Knit Robes. Prices
run from $1.50 to $8.00
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lowels. 18x35 inch hemstitched and colored . 1-men Itack Uuest Towels also
i. 'i i i it,.,wi Tr ,ic ..i, 9 Damask and Huck Towels m regulation
You can always givq towels and borderedHuck towels, each 25c gizeg and patternS) cach. .b . 50c
tool that your gift will be appreciated. Good patterns in Damask towels, Damask Towels of extra quality
Np one over has too many towels. , each ; 25c amj jn the larger sizes at 65c, 75c, $1.00
All linen hemstitched guost towels, 18x34 inch Huck Towels with pink, and $1.25 each.
Beginning Dec. 19 this store
will be open evenings
(lM:!dcuds$m Goods tic
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Try our convenient Lay-Away
Plan. You can shop now and have
gifts delivered just before Xmas
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