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FniDAY, MAY 13, 1910
THE DEMOORATIO BANNER
Of Howard Bartlett On Charge
Marshal Of Utica Makes The
And Bartlett Locked Up In
A Suit Is Filed At Late Hour
' Of Night
The Grand Jury indicts But
Howard Bartlett, the married man
who eloped to Charleston, W. Va.,
with Alice Maxwell, daughter of Mr
nnd Mrs. James Maxwell of thls.clty)
was arrested Monday night at Utica
by the marshal of tho villago and was
brought to Mt. Vernon by Sheriff Park
er and locked up In the Knox county
jail. After tho girl had been taken
home from Charleston by her mother,
Bartlett decided to return to Mt. Ver
non and see how the conditions wpro
here. Ho came io Mt. Vernon .Mon
day, but in tho afternoon caught a
south bound freight train on tho D, &
O. Lieutenant of Police McElroy 'saw
Bartlett on the train and immediately
notified Sheriff Parker, who in turn
instructed the authorities at Utica to
arrest Bartlett and hold him. This
was done and the sheriff went to Utica
on tho evening train and returned with
tho prisoner later in tho evening
Bartlett was locked up in tho county
Jail to await a hearing, on a charge
It was v nearly 10 o'clock Monday
night when L. C. Stillwell as attorney
for Levering Brothers filed a suit in
the court of common pleas of Knox
county after arousing .Clerk of Courts
Bormont from his slumbers. Tho suit
was against M. Horkkeimcr ct al., and
tho amount claimed was $7,369.47 for
wool sold the dofendant and for which
the plaintiff allege they never -received
payment. Tho defendant In tho
case resides at Wheeling, but was a
"visitor In Mt. Vernon last night In
order to get service on tho defendant
tho suit was filed at a late hour and
Sheriff Parker served a summons on
the defendant ut tho Curtis Hotel.
reported for duty Monday with tho
exception of Henry Cochran and K O.
Arnold, who were excused and Robert
Wolfe, who Is ill, Tho regular as
signment of enscs was tnkqn up In
common pleas court Tuesday morn
ing, tho first ense heliig'called wuh
that of Adams vs. the C. A. & C.
The Smith Estate
James V. Smith of Howard has been
nppolnted guardian of William J.
Smith, giving bond in the sum of $500.
Tho sureties arc Charles D. Mitchell
and Ed. D'ever
Inventory and Appraisement
In tho tnnttor of the estato of Henry
C. Wright an Inventory and nppralse
ment has been filed In probate, show
ing the follows: Pcrsonnl goods $2,
450, moneys $25, securities ?95,75.
claims 188.09. Total ?2,G58.84.
Deeds Filed -,
Sherman Darling to Silas Fry, part
lot 2 In 55uck, ?300.
W. D. Willis to Clarence Denmnn,
parcel in Centerburg, $475.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets Is dally
coming to light. No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
over known before Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick
headache, bltllousness, Jaundice nnd
indigestion. Sold by all dealers.
A delightful surprise was given Miss
Evolyn Chnnco at her home in Gam
bler Monday evening by n number
or her young friends in honor of her
eighteenth birthday nnnlversary. ""The
evening was nlcaE'mtly spent in games
nnd music. Dainty refreshments were
served after which at a lato hour the
guests departed for tholr homes wish
ing her many happy returns of the
day. Thoso present wore tho
Misses Bessie Ayers, Ethel Vernon,
Prances Helen, Gladys Mercer, Mary
Braddock, Edith Miller, Ilesslo Far
quahr and Sara Sapp and Messrs.
Stanley Corfman, Herbert Ayers, Earl
Farquahr, Uay Brown, Sterl Brown,
Carl Horn, Harold Stoyle nnd Clifford
Grand Jury Reports
The grand jury of tho May term of
common pleas court made Its report to
Judge WIckliam late Monday after
noon. But one porson was Indicted,
but Uhreo inUIctments were retured
agalst E. L. Lamar, alias Stockwell on
tho following charges grand larceny,
defrauding a hotel keeper and defraud
ing a liveryman, Lamar was arrested
in Kentucky and has boon In jail for
som6 weeks. Tho members of the
grand jury were not excused for tho
term, but were directed by tho 'court
to hold themselves in readiness
should any matter come up which may
demand the attention of tho jury.
First Assessor In
The first tissessor of personal prop
erty to report in Knox county is T.
P. Barber of Pleasant township, who
Hied his report with" County Auditor
"Voting Monday afternoon Tho total
valuation on all personal' proporty in
th6 towshlp for tho year 1910 was
fixed by tho assessor at $125,470. The
corresponding figures for 1909 were
$109,010, showing Vn increase of $16,-
Tho county commissioners at the
regular roofing Monday awarded a
contract to C. F. Hearn for building
tho floor and making tho fill at tho
Kinney bridge In Clinton township;
For tho concrete work Mr. Hearn was
allowed $4.50 per cubic yard and for
the fill 23 cents per cubic yard.
Makes An Assignment
Louis Cohen, proprietor of tho Cut
Itato Grocery on South Main, street,
mado an assignment in tho probato
court of Knox county Monday. It. E
Sapp was named as tho assigneo and
gave bond In a surety company in tho
sum of $3,000. Tho appraisers are W.
D. Porter, D. D. Henderson and Hugh
Neal. Tho porsonal estato Is valued
at $1,500. Tho assigneo also filed a
motion in probato court asking per
mission to soil perishablo goods at
once nnU tho same was allowed by
A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge
of neuralgia, whatever tho trouble is,
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
the pain at once and cures tho com
plaint qufukly. First application gives
rollef. Sold by all dealers.
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The Ohio Fuol Supply Co. is erect
ing a derrick for the purpose of drill
ing a w ell for oil and gas on the. farm
of Georgo Ileal, southeast of Jown.
The well on tho Blubnugh farm Is
progressing nicely and is down about
Schools closed Friday.
Mr. T. B. Whitney spent a few days
of last week in Akron, tho guest of
Mr. Lloyd Christopher of Bangs, O..
was the guest of his parents Sunday.
Mr. Georgo "Doollttlo has opened his
carriage repair shop and is now ready
to do any kind of work in his line.
Several of tho foreigners who work
at tho sand plant wero called to Dan
ville Saturday by the court of that
place to answer to tho charge of dyn
amiting llsh. The matter was com
promised by one of them pleading
guilty sand paying tho fine of $50 and
costs, amounting to $03.30.
Mj. Bird Petry and wife of Howard
were, tho guests of his mother Sunday
Several attended tho hearing of tho
condemnation suit of the board of edu
cation vs. Anna Lopley et al. Tuesday.
Mr. Columbus Trimble of Columbus
wus 'the guest of his mother last week.
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Aunt Mary Bird, Ellis Umphrey and
Ada,Yoakum aro nono( of them making
any progress toward recovery.
Daisy Coo has been sick for a few
Leo Tucker and Stanley Mnsteller
havo gone to Orrvillo to serve as llro
men for tho C, A. & C.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fro4 Tuck
er, May 7th, a daughter.
Edna Blubaugh has returned to her
homo at Danville.
Mrs. Mary Butler recolved a shower
of bltthday cards Monday.
Mrs. Phil Robertson of Centerburg
spent Monday hero tho guest of her
sister, Mrs. H. H. itobertson.
Mrs. Ella Dick and son of Mt. Ver
non visited hor mother Monday.
Dr. McLaughlin Is remodeling sqrao
rooms of his dwelling.
Tho Juvenllo ball team of Mt. Lib
orty played Centerburg Saturday and
Alice Hoffmlro has been suiforlng
from grip but is belter,
Sherman Connors of Newark is
Petit Ju7 Reports
Tho members of tho petit Jury all
spending a fow weeks here with his
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Mr. William Ackcrmau and family
came up from Mt. Vernon Saturday
evening to spend the Sabbath with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Ackermati,
In this place.
Mrs. F. A, Hunt spent tho fiast
week at Toledo, called there by tho
serious Illness' of her slBter.
Tho Alumni association meeting
called for last Friday evening was
postponed until Tuesday, evening of
this week on account of the poor at
tendance of the members.
Mr. S. Head of Mernu, Nebraska,
visited relatives in Frederlcklown the
Mr. Carl Wise was home from Ash
land over Sunday last.
'Tho Mothers' Uay observances held
at tho Presbyterian church last Sun
day morning conducted by How II, U
McClelland wero very gratifying and
appropriate to the occasion. - A good
attendance showed the interest taken
nnd another year it is planned to have
a more extensive program.
Dr. John G.' Black, a professor in
Wooster university, Wooster, Ohio,
whom the Presbyterian officials tried
to secure for last Sunday will bo here
next Sunday and conduct services at
the Presbyterian church both morning
Miss Sada Tralnor, who has been at
tending school at the Ada University,
spent the past week at home.
Mr. Wllber Buckmnster, Mr. Dell
Mitchell and S. Barro of Sparta wero
vlsltois in tills piace last week.
Dr. O. H. Wright and Supt. W. W.
Borden wero in Wateiford hist Sun
day, afternoon as committeemen of the
Laymen's Missionary Movement and
started a union movement there
among the different churches to form
a permanent organization the same as
dope here recently.
Mr. 10. W. Waybrlglit of Denlson
University, will preach at tho Baptist
chinch next Sunday morning and ev
ening. This change In tho older of
his' coming every-other week as here
tofore is on account of the baccalaure
ate services to be held on the follow
The address given at the M. E.
church last Sunday evening by Mrs. F.
I. Johnson of Mt. Vernon was one full
of Intel est and instructive, giving one
a better Idea of what Is boiug dono
in the foreign fields and what Is re
quired of the Christians"of today. Tho
attendance was not" large hut the con
tribution to the cause of missions
amounted 'to $22.
Mr. Harley Phillips and Mr. L. B.
Wagner went to Sandusky last week
and brought back two 'fine Brush au
tomobiles which the former had sold
to Dr. Ely and Mr. Harry Gotshall of
Miss ..ary Parker who has been vis
iting Mrs. Abble Parker returned to
her homo in Youngstown last Sunday
Mr6. John Albright was called to
Hlllsboro on Friday last by tho sorlous
Illness of her father.
The ladles' aid society of tho M. E.
church held their regular monthly
meeting at tho church parlors on
Thursday of this week.
Mr. O. D. Brown of Cleveland visit
ed his. sisters, Mrs. A. H. Fox and Mrs.
Guy Ewers in this place tho past
Mrs. Jess Mapes attended the Y. M.
C. A. entertainment at Mt. Vernon last
Mrs. C, M. Hlldreth spent Saturday
last at Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Guy Ewers entertained Mr, and
Mrs. C. B. Tnylor and Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Fox on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Miss
Eula Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bable and Miss Mary McDonald were
entertained at dinner by Mrs. Hoby on
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wllklns, Miss
Eula Johnson, Miss Grace Noriick,
Mrs. James Johnson and Mrs. W. B.
Hcrendeen nttended tho W. C. T. U.
silver medal contest at Ankonytown
last Friday evening. Mr. Wllklns and
Miss Johnson wore Judges from this
place and Miss Mclntlro of Watorford
tho third judgo. Mrs. Wllklns sang
tho solos and Miss Grace Norrick play
ed tho piano. Tho medal was award
ed Miss Llnna Levering.
- Miss Maud Cowden of Mt. Vernon
camQ up Saturday to spend tho Sab
bath with tho family of Mr. D. D. Jack
son returning homo Monday morning.
Mr. Earl Mann, north of this placo,
had a narrow call last Saturday when
his. horses ran away "throwing him
under a disc harrow. Ho was thrown
from his seat when tho horses started
up, but ranmgod to hold to tho lines
and stop tho team after being dragged
a conslderaUo distance Sevoral
.neighbors seiiUE tho accident started
to help but before getting there Mr.
Mann succeeded In extricating him
self. His injuries consisted mainly
of bruises and sprains about his legs
and feet and Dr, Darling who is at
tending him reports that ho is doing
nicely and will ho all right in a fow
Died on Tuesday evening at 8:30 Mr.
James Burson, of malignant jaundlco,
at the age of 85 years, at the homo of
his son, James Hurson, Jr In Green
Valley. Mr.' Buwon was twice mar
ried his first wlfo dylnir uliout forty
years ago and hlfc second wifi- three
yiais ngo. Ho loaves on' daughter.
Mrs. William Bookman of Western
Ohio and two sons, Mr. O. S Ilurson
living northwest of Fredulf ktown,
whoro he had made hlfl homo much of
the time of lato years and Mr. James
Burson, Jr., whore ho was visiting at
the time of his death. The funeral
was held at the" rcsldenco of his son
in Green Vajloy on Thursday and bur
ial at the Forest cemetery In Fred
erlcklown. A lively citizens' meeting was held
nt the Masonic hall on Tuesday even
ing that hnB promise of something for
Frederlektown in (ho shape of an op-
ora house. The meeting was entirely
Informal and everyone present had
something good to say about the pro
ject. Mr. Charles Fink, representing
the Masons, said that they had In
vestigated tho matter thoroughly from
their standpoint and had decided as j
a lodge that tho project was too large
for them, and that they were not fin
ancially able to have anj thing to do
with it. He then turned over to tho
citizens all tho data gathered together
thus far. The substance of their In
vestigations Is that an opera house, a
brick structure can be built and the
land purchased In a centrally located
position and one that will comfortably
seat 750' people at approximately a
cost of $15,000. Tho plans presented
were perhaps not what would eventu
ally be accepted but they would serve
as a working basis to finance the pro
ject. How to raise thr money was
next discussed. Mr. J. B. Footc sug
gested that the Weaver property bo
purchased and allotments be made and
sold and thus raise the money and
build up Frederlcklown at the same
time. Dr. Ackerman recommended
that a stock company be formed and
people bo solicited for stock for the
public good and notvfor the dividends
that might be made. Mr. J. H, Den
man suggested that the Wayne, Mor
ris, Beilln and Middlebury townships
unite and build an auditorium, as such
a meeting place Is for the benefit of
all tho pcple in this vicinity and that
fthese townships Issue bonds to cover
their proportion of tho oxponse.t It
was finally decided that each person
present make an effort to find out how
much stock he can sell to his friends
proUded the stock company plan bo
adopted. Tho meeting then adjourn
ed until a report on these effortB can
Tho same contest class that com
peted for the W. C. T. U. silver medal
at Levering on April 23, will compete
again nt Batemantown next Saturday
evening, May 14. A bigcrowd'is ex
pected at this time as a fine program
of music has been arranged for.
Mrs. Grace Frjzzell spent Tuesday
In Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Clarence Bordman of this placo
who was badly Injured in. a runaway
last Thursday is reported much im
proved. He was taking three horses
to Mt. Gilead when. an automobile
came along and frightened the horses
and -ho was thrown off tho one ho was
riding and dragged by a strap a con
siderable distance. When found ho
was unconscious and his injuries con
sisted of a broken jaw, his ear bad
ly torn nnd bruises and scratches all
Mrs. Bryant Kinney and Miss Emma
Robinson wero visiting In Mt. Ver-J
non 011 Sunday.
Miss Mary Debolt was In Columbus
Mrs. Otho James and son, Howard,
wero guests of Mrs. Chas. Gree,n In
' John Johns was In Bellville with
his grand mother over Sunday,
Miss Edith Sands was in' Columbus
over Sunday gucs of hor parents.
Mrs. Fred Darling and daughter,
ElTzabeth, were visiting her parents,
John McCrory and wife in Mt. Ver-
Miss Gertrude Lovell visited in
Zanesvllle from Friday till Sunday
Chas. Harry and family wero Mt.
Vernon visitors Saturday 'and Sunday.
Mrs. P. J. Keenan and daughter,
Miss Knto, wero Mt. Vernon visitors
W. G. Miller and -A. J. Whlto wero
up from Newark, guests of L. H. Brent
linger tho first of tho week.
Mr. Copper and wlfo wero in Dela
ware from Friday till Sunday.
Miss Gertnudo James was a Mt. Ver
non visitor Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Grace Bateman and Ruby
Showers were shopping In Mt. Vernon
Mr. Ed Blackburn and .sons were
In Chestervlllo on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson, Miss
Adolla Johnson wero recent Mt. Ver
Mrs, McKolrnan and Mrs. C. Mj Hll
dreth wore guests of J. S. Smoots and
wlfo on Saturday.
Mrs. Kennedy Chenoworth and Miss
es Laura Brontllngor and Hermlo Roy
nolds wore entortalned at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Andres on Sun
day. Earlo LaFover was in Columbus on
business for sovoral days.
Mr, Arthur Sllliman of Ft. Wayne,
,l1id., wan hero to visit With Alex
Sllllmnii nnd family.
iF. II. S. vs. Mt. V. baseball on
Wednesday at this placo,
Amity lines up ngaliiBt F 11 S In
baseball on Saturday at Amity
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Mrs. James Hancock entertained
Miss Winifred Parker and Miss Edith
McManu of Gambler Sunday.
Miss Opal Mercer of Bladensburg
was the guest of her cousin, Miss Eth
el Balrd, last week,
Evelyn Larue is visiting Miss Mario
Reynolds of Purity. .
Maud Beckham of Fallsburg is
spending two weeks with Mrs. Newell.
James Deal was lu Cleveland this
Mrs. Joe Burwcll Is visiting friends
and relatives in Robinson, O.
Mrs. Amanda Tllton is the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Painter, of Falls
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frecse of New
ark and Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Billman
of Frederlcklown attended tho funer
al services of their uncle, Mr. John
Mrs. David Bowman 1 Is in Oberlln
visiting her sisters, Mesdaroes Rals
ton and Edgel.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyers of Mt. Ver
non were Sunday guests of .Dr. and
Mrs. W. E. Shrontz. '
The angel of dearth visited three
homes in our community the past
week. Mr. Jack Durgeon died last
Friday following an operation for gall
stones. Burial services wero con
ducted Suuday afternoon in Preshy
teiian church. Monday afternoon the
funeral sen Ices of Mr. John B. Wilson
were observed In the same church.
Tuesday afternoon burlitl services
were conducted over tho remains of
Mr. David Francis who was -called
from earth Sunday p. m.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to tho Quald Clothing store
will please call and settle at once. All
store accounts will he left at tho store
for 30 days for your convenience.
Please give this your prompt atten
tion. WM. H, THOMPSON,
WM. A. HOSACK,
4. OBITUARY 4.
John Fisher died at his home near
Sparta at midnight Monday night after
a three weeks' illness caused by liver
trouble. He was seventy-eight years of
age and Is survived by his wife and
severnl children. 'The funeral Thurs
day morning at ten o'clock at Chester
church. Interment in Chester church
James Burson died at the home of
his son, James, in Green Valley Mon
day evening at about eight-thirty
oWlock after a several monthsllness
of -dropsy. He was eighty-six years of
ago at the time of his death nnd is sur
vivied ,by two sons' and one daughter,
The funeral at the homo of James Bur
son Jr. Thursday morning at ten
o'clock. Rev Hnrnbly of Frederlcktown
officiating. Interment In Forest cem
etery in Fredericktown.
Mrs. Lovle Sapp
Mrs. Lovle Sapp died at her home
in Hrink Haven Tuesdny morning at
nine o'clock after a several months'
illness caused"by a cancer. She was
forty-one years of age at the time of
her death and Is survived by two
daughters, one son, her mother, four
sisters and three brothers. The fun
eral Thursday morning nt tlie Brink
Haven M. E. church nt ten o'clock. In
terment In Workman cemetery in Dan
ville. Mrs. Harriet Mitchell
Mrs. Harriet Mitchell died at the
home of her son-in-law, Dr. W. A.
Smith In Springfield, Ohio, Sunday
evening nt about eight o'clock after a
lingering Illness of diseases Incident
to old ago. She was eighty-four years
of age at the time of her death and Is
survived by four sons, Edwin Mitch
ell, John Mitchell, Charles Mitchell,
and Orin Mitchell and one daughter,
Mrs. Elizabeth Shrovo of Detroit, Tho
funeral at Springfield Tuesday after
noon at four o'clock and tho remains
will bo brought to Lock, wliero tho In
.torment will bo made.
James Ramsey, a prominent farmer
who had for many ,years past resided
on tho Mansfield road north of the
city, died at his homo nt 9:20 o'clock
Tuesday evening after a several
weoks' Illness "caused by a stroke of
paralysis. Tho deceased was seventy
years of ago nt tho time of his denth
and Is survived by his wife nnd ono
son, Walter namsoy.
Tho arrangements for tho funeral
havo not yot boen'mado.
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THE PURE BRED PERCHERON STALLION
Sired by Contlgny 18039 (35338), he by VMeru 13109 (8081), he by Brlard
5317 (1630), he by Brilliant 1271 (755), he by Brilliant 1899 (756).
DAM Cardlna 15408 by L'Aml 6239 (1649). he by Brilliant 1271 (755), he
by Brilliant 1899 (756).
2nd DAM, Berarde 628 (9853) by La Fertc 5144 (452), lie by Phlllbert
(760), ho by Superior 454 (730) etc
3rd DAM, Celestlne (1628) by Brilliant 1271 (755), he by Brilliant 1899
Cuba is a grey, weight 1920, excellent conformation, perfect disposition,
a sure foal getter, and pne of the best breeders In Central Ohio.
Cuba has produced more high priced colts than any other draft stallion
In Sforrow County, his two-year-old Allies commanding prices up to Ave hun
dred dollars, and'bls three-year-old colts selling us high as nine hundred dol
larsr three hundred dollars being a common price for his get from good mares;
and these prices were obtained by the farmers who raised them., N.
Individuality and producing qualities considered, Cuba's fee Is the lowest
of any stallion that ever stood in Morrow or adjoining counties.
Season 1910 at my stable in Sparta, Ohio.
FEE, $15.00 to insure a living colt.
Both Phones. C. L. Pierce, Owner, Sparta; O.
DEL ROY 47920
Ilace Record, 2:2" V.
Sired by Actell, 2:18, (sire of Belle Isle, 2:U; Wantell, 2;14. Little
Jap, 2:14: Tellus, 2:14; Qulntell, 2-.12U and 32 others), by Axtell 2:12,
ex-world's champion, (fire of Ozanam 2:07; Ellorce 2:084; Angle 2:08;
Praytell 2:09; Mainland 2:09i4; Ax 2:09V4; Home Circle 2:07 and 122 oth
ers; and sire of the dams of Redtell 2:08,4, George Muscovite 2:08H Chase
2:07, Margaret O. 2:05, Malnsheet 2:05 and 4l others) by William L. 4244,
by George Wilkes 2:22, the world's greatest progenitor.
FIRST DAM by Sacramento 655 (by Woodford Mambrino 2:21), sire of
Scotia 2:21, Nelly Rose 2:25, Bob Henderson 2:27 and others; and sire
Df the dams of ten standard performers.
SECOND- DAM by Princess 536 (by Woodford Mambrino 2:21) sire of
preenlander 2:12, Trinket 2:14 and 50 others; and sire of the dams of Exalted
2:07, Marion Wilkes 2:08, Pat Ford 2 10, Bl-Flora 2;09 and 99 others.
THIRD DAM by Mambrino Star 585 (by Mambrino Chief 11), a sire ot
standard performers, and oi producing dams, being the bire of the dam of Jay
Bird, one of the world's great progenitois.
FOURTH DAM by Volunteer 55 (by Hambletonian 10). sire of St. Julian
2:11, ex-world's champion, and 33 others; and sire of the dams of Homestake
2:14, Brava 2:14, Dick 2:12, Strongwood 2:12 and 74 others.
Del Roy Is a bay; weight 1100; sure foal getter, a line individual, and a
better headed, better galted, or gamer trotter never lived.
FEE, $15.00 to Insure a living colt.
C. L. Pierce, Owner, Sparta, O.
LARGE, REGISTERED, BLACK SPANISH JACK
Gabriel Is one of the largest, surest, and best breeding jacks that ever
stood for public service.
His colts aro uniformly large, smooth, sound, and of the best of disposi
tions, which are very important points to bo considered in the mule industry.
H you i desire to raise a large, valuable, salable class of mules, breed to
Season 1910 at my stable in Sparta, Ohio.
FEE $12.00 to insure living foal.
C. L PIERCE.
-Bs Sure To See-
Special Diamond Rings
$6,00 $7.50 $10.00
$12.00 $18.00 $20.00
$25.00 and $30.00
Others up to $200.00
Positively The Largest Stock
In Mt. Vernon.