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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910
THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER
In Every Way Was "May Day"
Meeting Of A; 1, U.
Held In Pythian Armory
f Tuesday Evening
Hon. John J. Lentz Of Colum
bus Principal Speaker
Tolling Of Insurance Feature
Of The Order
Refreshments Served At Con
clusion Of The Meeting
Tho annual "May Day" meeting a'
this district of the American InBiir
anco Union was held In the K. of P
Armory Tuesday evening with a larg
number of members In attchdanco
Tho armory was neatly decorated wltt
tho colors of tho order.
Tho regular meeting of tho union
was called to order by tho president al
HON. JOHN J. LENTZ
Principal Speaker at A. I. U. Meeting
- In This City ,
7:30 o'clock "and thirty minutes wen
spent In routine-business after which
a class of seventy candidates were Ini
tiated. The Initiatory degree was exempli
fied by a team of twelve ladles and
twclvo men from Newark Chapter No.
24 under the direction of Captain H.
B. McLaughlin, district deputy. The
work of the team was excellent and
was one of tho very pleasing parts of
After tho degree work was-1 over Mr.
II. J. Chappolear took chargo as mas
ter of ceremonies and Introduced tho
speakers of the evening.
Mr. V. H. Thompson was 'tho first
fipeaker of the evening and In a few
well chosen remarks welcomed tho vis
iting members to Mt. Vernon and was
responded to on behalf of tho Newark
Union by Mr. II. W. Hllliar, who ox
pressed their pleasure qt being pres
The noxt speaker of the ovenlng was
Dr. Hoagland, National Secretary of
tho Union, who gave a brief history
of tho work In Mt. Vernon from the
time of his first visit horo live years
ago when he met with eight members
and laid tho foundation for tho chap
ter that has now grown to a member;.
ship of over 250.
Tho principal address of tho even
ing was delivered by tho Hon. John J.
Lentz of Columbus, National Presi
dent and founder of tho American In
surance Union. Ho spoke of tho fun
damental principles of tho A. I. U., and
Drafts on Now Vork and a )ialf dozen
other cities for which a nominal
chargo Is made. Tho cheapest and
best way to transfer money jto your
friends or pay bills at a distance.
Transferring monoy Is banking busi
ness. Transact It at a bank. No chargo
for drafts to patrons of this bank.
Safo Doposlt Boxes for rent. A safo
rate of Interest paid on savings. Can
wo servo you?
West Side Public Square
nhowod how tho best Information ob
tainable had boon used to dovlso a
plan of fraternal Insurance that would
not havo to bo changed as the
order grow older and at tho samo time?
would not bo burdensomo to thoso who
carried InBuranco for a number of
years. Ho told of tho origin of tho
stop plan of lnsuranco which has slnco
been adopted by a number of fraternal
soclotles. Tho speaker dwelt upon tho
benefits to bo derived from tho frater
nnllsm both by Individual and In tho
honlo and showed how tho fraternal
spirit was founded on tho Bible and
wnB tho secret of good work dono by
all churchos, societies or any organi
zation that worked for tho betterment
of mankind In any shape. After ex
pressing his pleasure at being present
with Mt. Vernon Chapter ho closed
his address with well wishes for tho
futuro of the socloty.
Mr. Lcntz's address was followed
by a short speech by Hon. Lewis U.
Tho program of addresses was clos
ed with a few remarks by National
Deputy II. B. McLaughlin, who has
been In this district slnco March 22,
and had helped to get up tho olass
which had just boon taken in. He
told of his work ,tho past fow weeks
and spoke very enthusiastically of the
prospects for the futuro of Mt. Vernon
After tho addresses wore over tho
committee served light refreshments
nnd tho floor was then cleared and
dancing was Indulged in until a lnte
hour when all departed for their hom
es feeling that tho "May Day" of 1910,
had been a success In every particular.
v How's This?
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot
bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Curer
V. L. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, tho undersigned, havo known
P. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years and
bcllovo him perfectly honorable In all
business tranactlons and financially
ablo to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
Internally, acting dlrecttly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free". Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. ; ,
From Tender Of An Engine
And Severely Injured
Bcecher Hlghman, an engineer on a
C. A. & C. freight engine, sustained
painful injuries in tho yards near tho
railroad shops Tuesday evening at
ob))ut six o'clock. Ho was assisting
tho firemen In loosening coal on tho
tender when his foot slipped and ho
was thrown to tho ground. The all
from tho top of tho tender was a con
siderable dlstanco and Hlghman
struck on his head and shoulder. By
good fortune, tho injuries wero not
serious, but ho was badly bruised and
severely lacerated about tho face and
head. Dr. F. L. Slngrey was called
to render surgical attontion after
which tho injured man wns placed on
tho G:C2 train and taken to his homo
A Regular Tom Boy
vas Suslp climbing trees and fences,
Jumping ditches, whittling, always get
ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises,
bumps, burns or scalds. But laws! Her
mother just applied 'Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo and cured her quickly. Heals
everything healable bolls, ulcers, ec
zema, old sores, corns or piles. Try It.
25c at Q. H. Baker & Son and F. Fink
Of School Children To Meet
Tho parents of all tho school chil
dren In tho city, tho teachers In tho
schools, and any ono interested In tho
welfare of tho schools aro asked to
como to tho high school auditorium
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
program will bo announced in tomor
A Man Wants to Die
only when a lazy liver and sluggish
bowels causo frightful despondency.
But Dr. King's Now Llfo Pjlls expel
poisons from tho system; bring hopo
and courago; euro all llvor, stomach
and kidney troubles; Impart health
and vigor to tho weak, nervous and
ailing. 25c at O. A. Baker & Son
and F. Fink, Frederlcktown.
Application Brought To Con
demn Certain Land
To Build School House In
Did Probate Jinip Berry
Cases Disposed Of In Com
mon Pleas Court
Other Items From The
Temple Of Justice
In the probato court of Knox county
on Tuesday afternoon Probato Judge
Berry dismissed tho application
brought by the members or the board
of education of the Millwood special
school district for the purpose of con
demning lifhd for the purpose of build
ing a new school houso In tho Mill
wood special district. Tho court held
that the proceedings were irregular,
in that no attempt had been made by
tho parlies connected in tho caso to
come to any agreement over the pur
chase of land before filing tho suit.
The Quald Estate , '
A partnership Inventory and ap
praisement In thc.ti. A. Qimici estntc
which was mado by A." A. Dowds, W.
A. Porter nnd Wm. II. White lias been
filed in probato showing the following:
Personal goods and chattels ? 17,818,
0C. moneys ?4,049.3G, claims and ac-
oounts $1,121.87. Totnl $23,289.29,
with ?2,143.G0 liabilities. Milton S.
Lewis as surviving partner of the
firm of Quald and Lewis has filed a
bond in probato court in the sum of
$5,000 with Gertrude Coo Lewis, Wm.
II. Coo and Mary C. Coe as sureties.
An inventory and appraisement In
the matter of tho estate of Mrs. L. A.
Quald has also been filed In probate
court, showing tho following: Person
al property $325, moneys $331.77,
claims $28,703.03. Total $29,452.40.
Tho clerk's minute journal shows
the following cases disposed of in he
court of. common pleas:
Vnsblnder vs. Waddell Leave to' de
fendant to fllo answer. Causo dismiss
ed by plaintiff without prejudice.
Tims vs. McKinncy Causo dismiss
ed as to Jessie McKinncy. Jury waiv
ed. Submitted tq the court. Judgment
Ynuger Bros. vs. Bailey Dismissed
without prejudice at tho cost of the
Baker vs. Burrel Engineering Co.
Squires vs. Squires Sale confirmed.
Crlll vs. Heaton Dismissed.
Levering vs. Andrews Dismissed.
Maglll. vs. Stoyle Dismissed.
' Adams vs. C. A. & C Verdict for
Fried Cloak Co. vs.. Meyer et al.
Settled and dismissed at cost of plain
tiff. Gill-Herman Co. vs. Lee Leavo to
W. H. Baker to answer Instanter.
Debolt vs. Wm. B. Llckliter et al.
Submitted to the court. Default judg
ment for defendant, Sandorson and
McCronry for $153.50. Do creo of fore
closure nnd order of sale.
Merriman vs. Commissioners Mo
tion to mako petition delinite and cer
tain overruled. Lenvo to defendant to
Blrdlo E. Thomas of Mt. Vernon has
been appointed administratrix of Rose
M. Keller, giving bond in tho sum of
$2,000, with C. A. Bird nnd E. O. Ar
nold as suroties. The appraisers are
Judson Vincent, 10. W, Breeco and
Trustee Appointed ,
Mary A. Rightmlro of Mt. Vernon
has been appointed trustco of Johna
than Colopy, giving bond in tho sum of
$400 with W. E. Illghtmirdind.Lucy
B. Welker as suroties.
William Bullock to Amos A. Faul,
lots 123, 124, 125,126 In Buckeye add.
to city, $1,000.
Our prices talk, our, lumber speaks
for Itself. Get other prices, but get
ours before you buy. Knox Lumber
& Coal Co., both 'phonos 68.
Dr. N R. Eastman of East High
strcot left Tuosday morning for Peor
ia, Illinois, whore ho was called by tho
serious illness of his mothcr-ln-law,
Of Three Men For Over
driving A Horse
Mr. J. A. Quay, apartner of nine
hart & Quay, liverymen of this city,
nppcarcd before 'Squire George S.
Harter Tuesday afternoon and swore
out a warrant for tho arrcBt of Burloy
Wolf, John Wells arid Curtis Draper,
charging them with overdriving and
abusing a horse which they had hired
from tho livery on Sunday, May 8. The
men wero arrested and brought before
tho justlco and their hearing was set
for three o'clock Wednesday after-
Lion Fondles a Child
In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled
tho hand that a child thrust Into his
cage. Danger to a child Is sometimes
great when loast regarded. Often It
comes through colds, croup, and
whooping cough. They slay thousands
that Dr. King's Now Discovery could
have saved, A few doses cured our
baby of a very bad caso at croup,"
writes Mrs. Goo. B. Davis, of Flat
Rock, N. C. "Wo always glvo It to
him when ho takes cold. Its a wonder
ful medlcino for tho babies." Best for
coughs, colds, lagrlppe, asthma, hem
morhnges, weak lungs, 50c, $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed. G. R. Baker
L Son, F. Fink of Frederlcktown.
Facts about The Buckeye State Build
ing and Loan Company, Rankin
Building, 22 West Gay Street, Co
lumbus, Ohio, v
1. It is the largest distinctively sav
ings tlnancial Institution in Central
Ohio. Us nssets now amount to $3,
900,000, nil loaned on first mortgage
on homes, the safest of all mortgage
loans. Its growth Is now nearly one
million dollars per year. It is very
consenativc and your money depos
ited here is safe. Five per cent paid
on time deposits. Call or write for
(See second next week.)
Burned By Gas Fumes Was
Mrs. Albert Simpkins
Mrs. Albert Simpkins was very pain
fully burned Tuesday afternoon while
at her work on Elizabeth street, Mrs.
Simpkins was baking bread and open
ed tho door of tho oven to see If tho
hent was sufficient to bake when a
quantity of gas which had been confin
ed inside, exploded throwing llamc
Into her face. Her hands and face
wero severely burned by the explosion.
Dr. B. C, Deeley was called to render
tho necessary attention,
An Ideal Husband
Is patient, ovon with a nagging wife,
for ho knows she heeds help. She may
ho so nervous and run down in health
that trifles annoy her. If she is melan
choly, pxcitable, troubled with loss of
appetlto, headache, sleeplessness, con
stipation or fainting and dizzy spells,
sho needs Electric Bitters, tho most
wonderful remedy for ailing women
Thousands of sufferers from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backache
and weak kidneys have used them and
becomo healthy and happy. Try
them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaran
teed by G. R. Baker & Son, F. Fink
The American Salvation Army has
opened a free dliponsary for the poor
at tho local headquarters, No. 402
Eas Front street. Ofilco hours every
Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m.
Mrs. F. C. Parker of Chicago has come
to Mt. Vernon to openva freo dispen
sary for tho poor. Sho graduated from
Emergency hospital at Detroit as a
trained nurse and from tho Ohio state
university as a doctor. Sho served two
and ono half years as a trained nurso
on tho U. S. Hospital ship, "Relief,"
and In tho Perclblo hospital In tho
Philippine Islands for 14 years. Mrs.
Parker has served In tho American
Salvation Army whero sho has been
tho- means of giving medical aid to
many n poor person. Telephone calls
will bo promptly attended to. Call C28
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
flio Kind You Hava Always Bought
is Condition Of Elmer Mark
er Who Shot Himself
And Believed He Can Live
But Short Time
Brink Haven, O. May 11. The con
dition of Elmer Marker, who shot him
self through the left luna and his wife
hrough the arm on Monday night, Is
regaraca as very serious and It is
believed ho cannot live but a short
Dr. Putnam, the attending physician,
gavo tho man opiates all night to keep
tho man alive. Tho wound has
etoppeJ bleeding from tho exterior,
but tbero aro repeated hemorrhagfs
from the lungs. Ills general 'jondl
tion Is most critical and it is thought
he will live but a short time.
Mrs. Marker, who was shot through
the arm, is getting along nicely
Wagon To Be Used By
American Salvation Army
The American Salvation Army
will hae their gospel wagon ready
In a few days to hold services In the
neighboring towns. Mr. F. Frost will
furnish the wagon.
A SURE SUCCESS
There Is only one way to succeed
and that is to spend less than you
earn. Every dollar saved will help to
earn other dollars. Wo pay 4 per cent
Interest, compounded quarterly, on all
The Knox Building & Loan Co.
Office No. 5 B. High St.
Per Cent. :
One dollar or more re-
ccived at any time. "We
welcome, your business :
whether large or small. :
Guarantee Sav- I
ings Bank and j
Trust Company i
Mt. Vernon, Ohio :
SAFETY DEPOSIT j
"OXES for rent, S2 UPj
i To Be Sold Below cost
., i . ,,..,-,
4 i, - i - - -
S Owing to tho recent death of Mr. Kurlander's father, which has
made it necessary that he take charge of stores In Lorain, the large
j Spring and Summer Stoch of
j and Men's and Ladies' $)0
In the store now located at the N.-W. corner High and Mulberry Sts.,
; will be closed put regardless of cost.
S This Is a stock of all new Spring and Summer goods and It Is
first cla68 Injevery particular.
A grand opportunity is now offered the people of Mt. Vernon and.
; Knox county to supply their wants.
S , Come and see the stock and up-to-date display, also not the low
prices and then you will be convinced that what we say Is the truth.
Z This Is no fake sale for we Intend closing out the stock Just as
Z quickly as we an.
The sale Is now going on, so ome early ancF get your share of
the bargains while the selection Is good.
! MAX KIMANMR St COMPANY
: tfOR SALE All store fixtures, cash register, etc.
Is Felt Near San Domingo
San Domingo, May 11. A severe
earthquake shock was felt hero at 3
o'clock this morning. There was no
loss of life, nor dnmago to property
In the city, but reportB from tho In
terior havo not been received.
Issued For Financial Aid To
Columbus, O., May 11. Governor
Harmon this afternoon issued an ap
peal for financial aid to tho Costa
Rica earthquako sufferers. Contri
butions aro to bo sent to John G.
Schmldlapp, 'treasurer of the Ohio
Red Cross Society, Cincinnati.
How you suffer after each
tneal from stomach dlstreti
i Don't Know
2 that relief Is co handy or
; you wouldn't continue to
J cuffer. Just get a bottle of
: AND GET WELL
S Manufactured and Sold at
j Baker's Drug Store
Sign, Big Hand; Lower Main st.
V hi- nne .... w
no. U3 mi. vcrnon a
wo are now selling a
: Combination Attach
: ment Outfit
: consisting of Ten Special Edl-
i Eon Amberal Records and the
i Attachment at the following
Z low prices:
; Gem 'Attachment and ten spec
S ial Records S5.00
Standard Attachment and ten
special RccordB SG'.OO
S Home and all other Attach-
Z ments and ten special Ree-
S ords S8.50
; It means you get, with every
; attachment, ten special Amber
! al records for the small sum of
Z Be among tho first and let us
Z fit your machine to play the
I long records now.
I R. B. ANKENY & GO.
i Jewelers & Opticians
; 4 S. Main St. Mt. Vernon, O.
Co.'s Big Stock
SH1KF liTft YriHM SWIft
Allen's Kooi-Erbo, tho nntlneptlc paw
dcr. It cures pnlntul, smarting, nerroua
fAt nnA In.tnnfl,, l.l... ,t.M ! ..h
of corns nnd bunions. It's the grcataC
cpmrort discovery or mo bb. AUwn
easy, it Is n certain euro for swolllnr,
callous, swollen, tired, nchlng foet. AN
wuya ubo ji iu urunit in now nnocs. iTjr
It today. Hold everywhere. By mall fop
SUnSTITirrn. For FltEB trial pachant.
uuuitnn jiiivil at VIII151UU, Ufa Jill, 4l .
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A BELL TELEPHONE
Will lighten your work by call,
QNM UlllOli TPHOIIE (0.
Main and Vine Streets
L. B. HOUCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Itoger8 building, No. Ill S. Main
street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Rooms -J
and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All business of legal nature given
prompt attention and especially to
practice in tho Probate Court. Office,
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O.
New 'Phone, Office 101; Residence, 354
D. F. & J. D. EWING
David F. Ewing John D. Ewing
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
Office, Kirk building, corner Main,
street and Public Square, Mt. Ver
W. C. ROCKWELL
REAL ESTATE DEALER
Farms and city property bought sold
and exchanged. Estates administered,
Abstracting title. Fire insurance.
Money loaned. Rooms 3 and 4 Union
Bldg., S. Main st. Cltz. 'phones: Office,
370 Greeu, Residence, 633 Green,
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
and exchanged. Properties rented and
rents collected. Fire Insurance a spe
cialty. Representing 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident Insurance,
lire stock insurance. Plate glass In
surance, automobile insurance, in fact
we can insure any property you may
have. Surety bonds of all kinds. Call
and see us. Room 1 Sipe bldg., South
Main st. Clt. 'phone No. 447 Black;
Bell 253 R.
If you own anything, have
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE INSURANCEXMAN
18 E. Gambler St.. Mt. Vernon, O,
Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red
E. C. BEGGS
Office in Arnold block corner ot
East High street and Monument
Square Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
C. K. CONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Vino st,
Citizens' 'phone, 52. Office hours: a
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
On A War Ship Has Been
London, May 11. Reports are cur
rent at Dover ot n serious explosion
on tho llagsbip London of tho British
Atlantic battleship fleet, In Nonveg.
ian waters. ""
Tho reports cannot bo confirmed,
Rear Admiral Sir Colin RicharO,
Kollcl is in command of the fleet.,
::4?t'M rih, .