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i!Pl-ryT Tyyig!yflK.T.g v " twnr- .tn.jtt ; J3FKA Kfc'mJUUI nrirdnri m.'iViaw.: FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 11. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. If U1 LOCAL AND GENERL NEWS Tho last will nnd testament of KHz Im1i Watson, late of Wayne town--Mp, Knox county, was died In pro "kavte oa Tuesday. By the terms of m will the testatrix gives to her Jam, Kliaa Watson, all her property, otli real and personal. After the "lmUi of her son the property Is to be divided among tho other children wf the testatrix or to their heirs. Tho ritl was slRncd January 18, 11)10, In "tbn premnice of Everett Sims nnd 'Charles Hints. 'Wee Criminally Insane An Inquest was conducted by Dr. 3a.ns K. I.CM3 nnd Dr. Fred U. Slngroy Monday afternoon to determine the nieuUl condition of William Klce, the nntro who viciously attacked Chief of Pvlice It. S. Clements one day last xreek. The report of tho Inquest was 'cot filed by the physicians up until oun Tuesday, but it Is understood tfcnt Uio physicians stato that Klce In criminally Insane. If this bo true tm wan will no doubt bo conveyed t the state hospital at Columbus at oe. A charge of mayhem has been .'Mod against Klce, but this will be vftMrawn If the man Is found Insane. o Architect Here Mr. Marriott of Columbus, tho ar irMtect for tho now county Jail was Sn the city Tuesday and met with the r.amatf commissioners at tho court louse. Tho architect will be ready to snbtalt plans within a short time. Sheriff! Sale la the cose or W. C. McCullough vh. Newton Zelsloft, In a suit for par 'tiUoa, tho following property wiih sold atherilf'H Hale on Saturday: House nl lot on Kast Gambler street to John A. llrltton for $1,100. Tho property was appralHod at $1,400. o 1nvMrtory and Appraisement 1m tho matter of tho estate of Jaaiea II. Howloy, an Inventory and aptwalsaiuent has been filed In pro ItalQ, uhowlng tho following: Hecurl-i lies $611.C, real estate 1,000. Total 91.U1.C8. o F4rrt Partial George Coynor, Hsslgneo or A. II. Slovens, has Died a first partial no ctMiat In iirobate, showing tho follow ing: Kocoived l ,:5.ri3.C0, paid nut $!,- 2vC Wil4 HpntiiEfl SNL'iW&i S i . 101.53, balance $252.07. Flrat Partial Hollln II. Mclntlre, administrator of James A. Hack, has Hied a first partial account In probate. o Fourth Partial Jessie Gilbert, trustee of Preston II. Hlnehnrt, hns filed a fourth partial account In probate, showing tho fol lowing: Kocoived $501.04, paid out $203.111 , balance $358.43. Marriage License James 'Albert McPherson, laborer, Monroe, and Kvii Adella Fry, Pike. Ilev. J. T. ninck. o Deeds Filed Dora Hurkott et al., to James Mo Auslin, 25.55 acres in Hilliar, $1,861. Mary K. Follln to Alberta Showers, lot 9C, old" plat, Frcderlcktown, $1,550. Hurt 1'hnrlB et al. to Alllo E. Lewis, part lots 498-99, Manning's add., Mt. Vernon, $1. The semiannual appropriation or dinance to provide for the current and other expenses for tho half year end ing June 30th, 1913, was introduced and, under suBponsion of tho rules, was passed by tho city council Mon- I day evening. It is estimated by tho appropriation committee mat jji.iiuu. 50 will bo needed to run the city gov eminent during tho first six months of the year and that Is tho total amount asked for. The amounts re quired In tho various city departments uro as follows: General fund $2,828. Safety fund $5,454.50. Health fund $990. Sorvlco fund $8,349. Cemetery fund $4,430. Water Works fund $9,045, Library fund $500. No business besides tho Introduc tion nnd passago of the appropriation ordinance wns transacted tit this meeting nnd nothing of an important issue is now pending. Consequently, council adjouraod for n porlod of two weekB. A dnughtor was born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Cary Whlto or Muplowood avenue. When a fellow workman dropped WISH TO ANNOUNCE On and After January 18th We Will Give S. H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EVERY CASH SALE After u most thorough investigation we have decided to adopt tho oldest and most reliable Profit Sharing Plan in existence. In tlio future 3&C Green Trading Stamps will be given with every cash sale made in this store. .Instead of arguing about tlitS increased cost of living, we are offering the thrifty shoppers of Alt- Vernon the most practical method of decreasing it. We know that 3 Green Stamps will bring us more trade. We will therefore be able to buy in larger quantities at a better tlgure and the result is wo will be able to sell to you the same high standard of quality goods at a price which defies competition. The fact of the matter is J&f Green Stamps pay to you a substantial discount on the money you have already spent and mean a remarkable net saving of the income at your disposal.. That iH all there is to it. Don't Miss Our Opening Day on Saturday and For Two Weeks 30 FREE STAMPS TO START A BOOK MEYER-LI NDORF CO. Call at the "S 6? H" Premium Parlor before leaving the store v one end ol a heavy piece of Iron at tho Pennsylvania shops Tuesday morning, Marlon Myers, another workman, sustained a badly Injured hand. The men were lifting a metal Bhnft when one end or It was accident ally diopped and Myers' Index finger on his lcrt hand was badly crushed. Ho went to the office or a physician where surgical attention wns rendered. Pennsylvania passenger train No 502. due In this city at 12:35 p. m., had ii nnriow escape from a Berloiis wreck near Holmcsvllle shortly be loio noon Tuesday. Whilo tho train was Rolng at a rnpid rate of sccd the tender Jumped the track. The engineer bitcceeded In bringing the twin to a stop, but not until eonsid ei able damage had resulted. No one was Injured, but traffic was delayed for sometime. Tho wreck train was culled from Orrville. Very Intel estlng sessions of tho Central District Baptist Hlblo school and Young People's Training Institute were held at tho First Baptist church this city on Monday and Tuesday. Tho sesHlons commenced Monday evening and continued over today. The attendance was quite large on Tuesday. Trio following were the Instructors at Die institute: Ilev, Win. E. Chalmers, educational Secretary or Amorlcan Baptist Publi cation Society, Philadelphia, Pa. llov. A. M. Dixon, State Secretary of Young People's Work, Zanesvlllo, Ohio. Itev. A. B. Withers, State Director Sunday school nnd Young People's Work, Bridgeport, W. Vn. Miss Ruth Shipley, Elementary Guides Worker, Wyoming. Mr. Stanton Caldwell, Assembly IlopicHontatlvp, Cleveland, O. Mr W. A. Holmes, State Secretary Baptist Bible School Work, Granville, Ohio. A. BANGS ,4..22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199..4.4. llov. J. M. Wells will begin a scries or revival meetings Wednesday even ing, Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. A. Thayer attend ed the Sunday revival one day last week. Miss Mndge McKtnley Is the guest or Columbus friends. Mr. John II. Bird went to Columbus Sunday to attend the Sunday revival nnd take In the Inauguration of Gov. Cox. Mrs. Sablna Dlrd hns returned to Mt. Vernon after a visit with hor sis ter, Miss Elizabeth Davis, nnd other friends. Following A. P. Sandles advice Bangs will have a literary soon. Mrs. A. T. Wright came over from Columbus Sunday to spend a few days here with friends. Mr, William H. Smith and Miss Esther, of Mt. Vernon were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Keys Friday. 44,f'r,4'r,f'ir,r,!' 4. CENTERBURG .f. i.188.8.131.52l4 Miss Mary hockwood of Baldwin, Kansas, who Is employed In tho pub lic schools at Morgantown, W. Va., spent over New Years In the home of her cousin, Mrs. F. S. Shlnnnbcrry of R. D. 1. Miss Gail lllmer, who came home for tho boldays, will not return to her work ub teacher in tho schools at Atlanta, Gn owing to the Illness or her fnther. J. L. Evans of the E. E. McQuIre force has been on tho sick list the paBt week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller and two children 'of Ada, aro spending a fow days with relatives here. J. C. Coo has returned from tho hospital somewhat Improved In health. Miss Maudo Owings returned to her collego at Wcstervllle Monday. Mrs. Gertrude Headington and sou, I .con, or Columbus, were, guests In tho home or J. B. Selby and mother last week. J. W, Trucx haB sold his Interest in the Frost & Truex pool room to his partner, B. M. Frost, who will con tinue the business. Mr. Truex will probably remove- to Marlon. Guy. Clark or Woodstock spent last week In tho home or his sister, Mrs. Georgo Chrisman. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Itlzor hnve re turned rrom a visit with relatives In West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Houck or Colum bus visited relatives hero last week. B. C. Harney made a business trip to Mt. Gilcad Monday. Ryan-Sterrett Wedding Mr. George Henry Ryan nnd Miss Osa Pearl Stcrrott were united In maniago ut the Church of Christ par Honngo at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morn ing. Tlio ceremony was performed by the Ilev. J. A. Ixing, pastor of tho WE church. Hit 8tomach Troubles Over Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to feel that your stomach troubles were over, that you could eat any kind of food you desired without Injury? That may seem so unlikely to you that you do not even hope tor an ending of your trouble, but permit us to assure you that it la not altogether impossible. If others can be cured permanently, and thousands have been, why not you? John 11. Barker, of Battle Creek, Mich., is one of them. He says, "I was troubled with heartburn, indiges tion, and liver complaint until I used Chamberlain's Tablets, thon my tiou ble was over." Sold by all dealers. Mr. Emily Conard Mrs. Emily Conard died nt her home in Centerburg at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday morning after a long Illness caused by stomach trouble. She was a widow, 82 years of ago at tho tlmo of her death, and Is survived by one son, Moody Conard, of Oregon. She had a number of relatives In Mt. Ver non. Best Cough Medicine for Children "I am very glad to Bay a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" writes Mrs. Lydla Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I have used It for years both for my children and my self and It never fails to relieve nnd euro a cough or cold. No rnmlly with children should be without it as it gives almost Immodlate relief in cases of croup." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleasant and safe to take, which Is or great importance when n medicine must be given to young chil dren. For sale by all dealers. 4 WIONROE CENTER fil,4,4,4, 4, 4, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Hill were tho guests of Frank Johnson and family, Sunday. Mr. Frank Berger and family visited a few days last week with Mr. Wlllard Hlnehnrt and family. Tho Ladies' Aid of Ebenczcr mot Wednesday at tho church. Mr. A. W. Hoar was In Mlllorsburg last week oti business. M. B. Hurley and Mr. Charles John sou uro repairing a bridge on tho Co shocton road. The cottage prayer meeting was held at tho home of A. W. Hoar nnd family Sundny ovening. Mrs. Geo, Weaver visited Monday with Mrs. C. II. Glcason. We hae convinced ourselves that tf Premiums include the best line of selected merchandise procurable. They are bought in large quantities direct from the manufacturer for their actual value as a GIFT to you. They really represent far better values than any found in the same goods if bought at' retail aud the best of it all they cost you absolutely nothing. One visit to the Premium Parlor in our store will convince any one of the enormous saving made possible by saving Green Stamps. In actual figures, by concentrating your trade where Stamps aro given, you can easily realize a Five Per Cent Saving of tho outlay you are forced to make to provide com forts and conveniences necessary to any home. THINK IT OVER AND DO NOT FORGET OUR OPENING DAY Mr. George D. Neal wont to .Colum bus Wednesday morning to make a short business visit. Mrs. W. L. Cary returned to her home in ColumbuB Wednesday alter a several days' visit with relatives in Mt. Vernon. FltEE Poultry book for a two-cent stamp, Woolson Co., Mt. Vernon, O. Mr. Harry Welkor returned rrom Grant Hospital, Columbus, on Tues day evening, whero he underwent an NOTHING EQUALS S.S.S. FOR OLD SORES Nothing equals S. S. S. as a cure for Old Sores because nothing equals it as a blood purifier. The source nnd supply of every chronic sore is im pure blood; the circulation is infected with germs nnd morbid accumula tions which are being constantly deposited into the open place. This causes ulceration and inflammation of the 'flesh tissues and pro-luces a con dition upon winch salves, washes, lotions, etc., can have no curative effects. The blood must be purified ol all infectious matter before the circulation can nourish the flcch tissues nnd stimulate them to the healthy condition fiHpnnr in li.-nl tlio m. fi. s. S. hnnlfi old sores bv croin? down to the fountain-head of the trouble and driving- out the genus and morbid matters whichare keeping the ulcer open. Then as new, rich blood is carried to the place, the healing begins, all discharge ceases, the inflammation leaves, new tissue and healthy flesh are formed, and soon the ulcer is well. You are not wasting time when you use S. S. S., but you are giving yourself the benefit of the very best treatment for old sores. Book on Sores and Ul cers and any medical advice free. S. S. S. is sold at drug stores. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. CA. M Showing where Rupture Occur THE BIG SUCCESS during the past season in our Tailoring Business we attribute to our experience in giving the best kind of artistic workmanship, prompt attention to our patrons, and personal supervision of all work. Our Fall and Winter Goods are now open for your inspection. Please give us a call. J. Iy DOCllS And Cutter Curtis House, No. 11 Public Square ZM: operation on one of his eyes. Ho la much improved. Read Rockwell's farm ad In this Is sue of the Banner. lf Mr. B. F. Headley returned to hla home In West Jefferson, Ohio, Wed nesday morning ofter a visit with his son, Mr. O. M. Headley, of South Mechanic street. Mr. Edward Lawman hns returned from Washington, D. C, where he was called by the death of his mother. . Rupture, Piles. Fistula, VARICOCELE and HYDROCELE CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE. NO :JRE-N0 PAY. Send 2c Himp lor Book Low w cure and tettimonuli. Some may be your nriphkot!. Drs. HAINES & HAINES. srnEKIsr Room 52 fOI N. 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