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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
FRIDAY; KMMtEII 18,, t1t
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
SHANK HAWPEW, EH.fr
Entered at tta Mt. Versoa, 0 pott
ado m second elua Mil Matter.
Babscriptlon Rate 11.60 per year.
Kaaolutlona of Reipect, Obttuartea and
Carda of Thanks, five eanta par line.
Ail Kind Hay le Pro
tected Three Yem
After A Plea In Bar Was
Overruled By The Court
Jury Sworn And Case Start
ed Before Noon Hour
Many Witnesses Present To
Testify In The Case
Silt For Alimony Filed By
"Protection throughout tho rear for
tail gamo for tho next taree yearn ia
probablo, according to tho pforWana
of a bill which, It was .aaaouaoed. ros
ter day by tho stato Ask and gamo cot
mlBslon, mny bo Introduced at tho
coming Bcsalon of tho legralaluro. Tho
proposed moaauro Is bolng ndrocated
by gun clubs, grangofl and farmorn'
Evon tho prolific rabbit would be
shielded from tho aiarkBiruinishlp of
htintera It tho propoawl bill bocomoa
law. This bill, howover, would bo aim
cd particularly at quail, which roporta
over tho state uay aro foHl disappear
ing and unless given a long period of
protection eventually will bocoiau ex
6 Per Cent. On Time Deposits
Tor 17 years wo hnvo paid C per
'cent, IntcroBt on tlmo dcponiU).
Comparative Statement ef Aaeeta
1904 ... 24ft.6t6.8d
1H09 .., 4tiU.152.G2
1912 , 807,944.88
PltOMPT CONSWtV AT1VM BAKU
Dividends an stock have never been
less than 0 per cent.
Wo accept deposit by mall. Tho Con
terburg Ilulldliig and lioau Amioelii,
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Mrs. Mary Enrlewlne
Mrs. Mary Harlowluo tiled at hoi
homo lt llladoimburg Tucuduy uftor
noon at II ('clock after a long llluown
resulting from heart tninblo. Hho
wan 72 yearn or ugu at tho time of hor
death. Tlio funeral at the OIhcIjiIo
'church lu llladuiiKliurg Tliumdny
morning at 10 o'clock, ltn. Blnunfl
lofllclatl.ig. Iuturiuent lu (ho Dmiuln
Messrs. Klnloy and llughua aro buck
from WIhcoiihIii, t lilt tier Uioy wont to
get Information ul (lral handu regard
lug tho progressive lawH lu that ntntu
and (ho condition that obtain under
tbom. Col. I'lney In julto taken with
what ho buw and heard and promttitih
to toll all about It in a weivlt or two.
On tho Informutlou obtained by the
vIkII to Wisconsin will bo based Home
yory Important legislative proposals ut
tho coming session of IhO general h-
otemhly of Ohio.
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
Otter Items Of Interest From
The Temple Of Justice
Tho caso of Ohio tb. Charlos Foster,
charged with burglary and larcony,
wae callod In the court of common
ploaa Thursday morning. Tho Btato
was represented by Prosecuting At
torney I T. Cromloy,, und Stato Firo
Marnhall John W. Zubor of Columbus.
Tho dofondunt wnH rcprosontod by
William M. Kooub, Harry C. Dovln
and n. II. Furcnbaugh.
Wlion tho caso was callod tho at
torneyH for the dofendaut lllod a ploa
In bar In which It was stated that at a
former term of common plcus court
tho defendant was tried on a chargo
of burglary and larceny and that tho
Jury rcturnod a vordlct of guilty for
larcony but not for burglary. It was
claimed by tho defendant's attorneys
that tho Btato is ugaln attempting to
try the man on tlio chargo of burglary
whoa ho was found not guilty of this
ohargo by u former Jury.
Tho stato'B attorney immediately
filed a demurrer and tho same was
OTorrulod by Judgo Sownrd.
MoBt all tho morning was taken up
by tho attorneys In argument over the
plutt In bar lllod. by. the defendant.
Iato Thursday morning tho ploa In
bar was overruled by Judgo Soward
and tho Jury wiih sworn at 11:10
o'clock. A large nuiubor of witness
es will testify lu tho case.
Suit Fop Alimony
lu tlio court of common pleas of
Knox county, a suit for alimony has
bocn commenced by Martha J, Brad
rick against Harrison N. Bradrlck.
Tho plaintiff states they were mar
ried In tno vlllago of Fredericktown
January 19, 1870, and that nlno chil
dren were born to hem, the youngest
now being 20 years of ago. The plain
tiff charges the defendant with habit
ual drunkenness for more than three
years. The allegation is made that
tho defendant Is tho owner of a house
nnd lot in Fredericktown valued at
12,000 and that he Is capable of earn
ing .12.25 per day, but that he squan
ders the money in dissipation. The
plaintiff asks for alimony and that
the defendant bo restrained from sell
ing or encumbering the property.
Owen & Carr represent tho plaintiff.
A Journal Tntry
A Journal entry has been filed In
common pleas court In the caso of Tho
Farmers' and' Merchants' National
Dank of Mt. Vernon vs. O. A. Baer,
sheriff. Tho court finds that the plain
tiffs shall recover from the defendant
the property in controversy and the
plaintiff Is to pay the costs of Bult.
Paul B. Darber, Democrat, and John
M. Graham, Republican, have been
appolntod by Probate Judge Berry to
examine the Knox county treasury.
The examiners took the oath Thurs
day morning and commenced work
Flret and Final
A first nnd final account has bocn
lllod in probato by Eliza Cooper
Doughorty, executrix of Ann Eliza
Cooper, showing the following: Re
ceived $4,259.05, paid out 2,08C41.
Charles 8. Hllllcr, fruit grower,
Pleasant township, nnd Lulu May Dav
is, talloroaa, Mt. Vernon. Dr. il. II.
Jlmmlo Cox should loso no tlmo In
announcing who Is to be his prlvato
secretary whon ho boconios governor.
I Every week since tho election the es
teemed Columbus papers have an
nouncd a different "sure thing." Last
wook Bill Flnloy was tho "hot tip," and
this wook Former Mayor Burkhart of
Dayton Is touted as "tho bost bet." Per
haps It doosn't make much difference
anyhow Jlmmlo will bo tho "real
When tho trials of tho Indicted poli
ticians ovor at Steubonvlllo, for alleg-.
cd violation of tho corrupt practices
act, como off, among tho questions that
will bo settled Ih whether tho hauling
of n voter to tho polls comes within
tho Inhibition of tho law. It Is a vory
Important question, oh houio people
novor got a rldo on any othor occasion,
and It Is rather tough to deprive- thorn
of a onco-n-year Joy ride.
J Before starting your Christmas shopping, bring your list here and look around in the "(Jhristmas
Baiaar" a few minutes, and you'll hare more than half the names checked off. , All the gifts are assem
bled together for easy selection in the center of the store.
Parisian Ivory, Baskets,
Brass Novelties, Mirrors
, - 26c Will Buy
(SeeUhia display in "Christmas Bazaar")
Tie Backs, Hatpin Holders, Calendars, Shaving
Pads, Handkerchief Boxes Spool Holders, Manicure
Linens of Known Quality
the Only Kind to Give
In other words, Linens, 100 per cent Pure Linen.
will solve the problem in
many instances. Nor
need you be ashamed to
give such dainty crea
tions as this store is fur
nishing s6 freely.
Pretty "White Lawns,
Swisses, Dimities, made
in round, square and
fancy styles, from tiny
little ones up to great
25c, 50c, 75c
Fancy Combs & Bur
rets make gifts pleasing
to girls and women
presents in which the
giver may invest much
or little. A few sugges
tions: New Barrets of shell
and amber mounted or
plain, 25c, 50c.
New Back Combs at
25c to $1.50.
Side Combs of amber
or shell, special values
at 25c and 50c each.
Express Your Senti
merit By An Orien
No more certain means of awakening the thank
fulness of the recipient of your Christmas present is
apparent than one of our genuine Orientals. Not such
an expensive proceeding as you would imagine, eith
er. Our system of selling'Oriental Bugs, eliminating
the large profit the middlemen usually pocket, makes
a decided difference in the price.
Choice of beautiful Dagheetan, Shirran, Bok
hara, Khiva Bokhara, and Lelihan, in types rangiig
from $25.00 to $60.00.
SPECIAL A beautiful Anatolian size 10 ft. 7r
8 ft. 7 for $150.00.
White Ivory Goods
They como in individual pieces as well as in
sets. In individual pieces you will find Vanity box
es, hair pin receivers, hand mirrors, ladies' hair
brushes, combs, picturo frames, and manicuring ar
ticles. They wear well, are easily kept clean and
Our stock of serving trays are in mahogany and
Dutch oak. They are oval, oblong or square with
brass or wood handles. Splendid values each one of
them from 75c to $1.58
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J. S. Ringwalt Co.
OUR EXECUTOR'S SALE OF FURNITURE
Has Already Attracted Hundreds of Busy Shoppers
anxious to take advantage of just such an event as this an unusual one because of the genuine reductions of 25 per cent, which we
are giving on our immense stock of quality furniture. They are anxious to take adantage of it also because.
Furniture Makes a Most Appropriate Christmas Gift
Whon you make your gift a good piece of furniture, you m ay depend that you have made a wise selection, something which
is going to give years of pleasure to all concerned. We would advis e you to come now though because at this time yon have the best
selection and you can also take advantage of our
In Imparted to your clothes
through tho procena of our mod
ern steam preiulug uiaruhto, giv
ing thorn a new and fresh ap
pearance, restoring their origin
al softness and beauty.
WHY NOT TRY US
B. H. Balr, Prop.
5 W. Vine Bit Red
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bjbjmw H !j.-wi
Which ; Lasts Only Until Monday Evening,
We ar the exclusive agenU for THE FREE Bewlnf Machine, The Hoosier Kitchen. Cabinet,
The Stearns & Foster Felt Mattress, The Macey Sectional Book Oases and The Mew Method Stoves and
JM BLOCHER & CO:
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216-218 West High Street