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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910
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for Plaintiff in Cose Of King
& Domes vs Gas Co.
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Returned By Jury Late Tues
' Damage Case Of Jackson vs
City Of Ht. Vernon
Commenced In Court Wed
OtLier Notes Of interest From
The Court House
In tbo caso of King & Bunion vh.
tho Quaker Oil & Gns Company tho
Jury returned u verdict Tor tho plain
tliT In tho sum of ?1, 110.01 nt G:30
o'clock TuoBday nftcrnoon uftor n de
llboratlnn of four hours.
Damage Case Tried
Tho caso of JoIiiibou vs. tho olty of
Mt. Vernon wan commenced In the
court of common pleas Wednesday
morning. In this action tho plaintiff
seaks to recover damages for alleged
Injuries sho received while driving on
Vino street, near tho I). & O. tracks,
by driving Into a pllo of stone which
tho plaintiff alleges tho defendant
carolossly left In tho street. Upon
request of tho attorneys for tho city
tbo jury was taken to tho sccno of tho
accident to vlow tho surroundings.
Owon & Carr aro tho attorneys for
tho plaintiff and City Solicitor Leo
nard and Walght & Mooro represent
Goes to 8andusky
County Auditor Young will go to
Sandusky on Thursday to assist in tho
appraisement of tho Baltimore and
Inventory and Appraisement
la tbo matter of tho estate of Rose
M. Kellar an Inventory and appraise
ment has been Illod, showing tho fol
lowing: Securities $410.01.
High-Gracl Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Suits Cases, Etc,
ever held in
Knox Co., is
NOW GOING ON!
$1.50, $1,75, $2.00 & $2.25
This is an opportunity of a life-time to buy seasonable merchandise at a discount of 25 to 50 per cent. All we
ask is that you just come in and look. Thousands of customers have been compelled to leave this Great
Sale without having been waited on on account of the crowd and we invite them back and assure all the
best of attention. We are placing on sale new Bargains every day in everything for Men, Young Men and
Boys to wear at
to 50 per cent. Discount
THE immE OF GOOD CLQTHES
25c and 35c values at
Everytfiisig Must Be Right, or We Will Make It Right
Light Color Peg Top
Third and Final
Amanda A. McCollum, guardian of
Kllzabcth Houghton, him Hied u third
and final account In probato showing
tho following: Rocolved $710.30, pnld
out tbo samo amount.
First and Final
A first and final account bus been
Mod In probato by Walter N. Ramsey,
jranrdlan of James 8. Uamsoy, showing
tbo following: Hecelved M.'.U.o, pnld
Out $4,003.21, duo ward $3:12.30.
IJoyd Nutter, farmer, I'etioloum,
lUtchlo county, W. Vn., and Olllo Pat
terson, Mt. Vernon. Huv. .1. T. Illack.
Walter O, HowerH to Kdwln Saun
ders ot al., 80 acres In miliar, $0,100.
Wo offer ono hundred dollars reward
for any ense of catarrh that cannot
Us cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. L. Chonoy & Co., Toledo, O,
Wo, tho undersigned, havo luiown
F. J, Chonoy for tho last 15 yours and
bullovo him porfectly honorable In all
business tranactlons and financially
able to carry out any obligations mndo
by bis firm.
Wnldlng, Klnnnn & Marvin,
Wholosala Druggists, Toledo.O,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken
Internally, acting dlrocttly upon
tbo blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system. Testimonials sent froo. Price
75 cents por bottle. Sold by nil drug
Toko Hall's Family l'llls for con
MIbb Flora Froat, a nurst nt tho Mt.
Vernon hospital, wont to Mt, Llborty
Wednesday morning to act as uurso
In tbo homo of Mr. Marlon Davidson,
who Is 111 with an attack of typhoid
Mr. Henry Knox and Mr. Benjamin
Knox of near Brandon loft Tuesday
evening for I'orklns, Oklahoma, whore
they will remain for several weeks
attending to some business mattors.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
Ike Kind You Havo Always Bought
Rltfnaturo of Ciffleuc&t4(t
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.J. " OBITUARY
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Jathro Mill, for many yoars ono of
Mt. Vernon's leading blacksmiths and
well known citizens, died at G:30
o'clock Tuesday morning at his homo,
203 North Division street after an ill
ness of four yoars duo to tuberculosis
and heart affection. Tho deceased at
tho time of his doath was assessor of
porsonnl proporty In tho Third
ward and performed tho duties of his
ofllco until a week ago when ho wob
compelled to glvo up work and slnco
that tlmi) was confined to his bed.
Jethro Mill wus born in Appledore,
England, August 7, 186 J, and was unit
ed in mnrrlaco in Mt. Vornon May
24, 1893, to Miss Mary Rurchnoll. To
this union two children woro born, Ed
gar, nged 8 years and Ralph, aged G
yoars, both living. In nddltlon tho de
ceased Is survived by his father, Jona
than Mill of Seattle, Wash., who was
at tho bedsldo of his son when doath
came, In addition ho Is survived by
threo brothers. Arthur of Zanesvlllo,
Alfred and Fred of Mt. Vornon and
Mrs, 1. J. Wnrtnnn nlso of this city.
For many yoars Mr, Mill ongngod
In tho blacksmith business on Coshoc
ton avonuo. In politics ho was n Re
publican and served la tho city council
from tho Third ward during tho years
1002, 1003 and 1901. LaBt November
ho was olectml assessor of porsonnl
proporty In tho Third ward and hold
that position ut tho time of his death.
Tho deceased was a menibor of Mt.
'Ion lodge No. 0, F. & A. M., TImon
lodge IC. of l, and Qulndnro lodgo No.
;nc, I. o. o. f.
Tho funeral Tluundiiy afternoon
from St. Paul's Kplscopal church, tho
Ilov, William 13. Hull officiating. In-
termont In Mouud Vlow cemetery.
From Runaway Team
Eligible To Attend The Bible
H. 8. Stoddard
II. H. Stoddard, Into of Chicago, for
mer cleik of tho U, S. circuit court
died at tho homo ot Dr. LowIb m Utlcn
about throu-thlily o'clock Tuosday
morning after a short Mucus. Tho ro
mnliiB wuro brought to Mt. Vornon
Tuesday afternoon and taken to
Mound Vlow cemetery whero tho fun
ernl was hold by tho Inombers of Joo
looker Post, O, A. It. nt threo-thlrty
o'clock. Interment In Mound Vlow
Mm. William Darling
Mrs, Mntthijw Welch of Howard,,
Ohio, received a telegram on Tuusday
afternoon announcing tho death ot hor
cousin, Mrs. William Darling ot Ob
crlln, Ohio, who has boon 111 for sev
eral days. Sho wob thirty years of
ago at tho tlmo of hor death and 1b
survived by hor husband and one son,
Mrs. Welch loft Wcdnosday morning
for Oberlln whero sho will attoud tho
funeral which will bo hold at tho home.
A branch mooting of thu Knox
county Pomona Orange will bo hold in
Clinton (Irnugo hall on Saturday, May
Itov CW.Eudloy, supeilntcndont
of tho Old Ladles' Mothodlst Homo nt
Elyrln, will givo a locturo In tho Bran
don M. C, church on Friday evening,
May 21st. Kvoryono Is Invltod to ut
tend this lecturo.
Considerable oxcltcmcnt was stirred
up on South Main street, nt tho cor
ner of Gambler street, Wednesday
morning nt about nine-thirty o'clock
when a tenm of horses hitched to a
heay log wagon ran away. Tho hors
es started Just cast of Main on Gam
blor and ran wost, nnrrowly missing
a number of vehicles and pedestrians.
Tho animals beenmo frightened nt
some object at tho side of tho street
and as thcro was no ono In tho wagon
at tho tlmo, thoy began to run. After
reaching Harrison street, thoy turned
north and woro captured by specta
tors. No daniago was done either to
tho horscB or tbo wagon.
Lion Fondles a Child
In Pittsburg n snvago lion fondled
the hand that a child thrust into his
cnge. Danger to a child Is sometimes
great whon least regarded. Often It
comes through colds, croup, and
whooping cough. Thoy slay thousands
that Dr. King's Now Dlscovory could
havo saved. A tow dOBoa cured our
baby of a very bad caso at croup,"
wiltes Mrs. Geo. 11. Davis, of Flat
Itock, N. C. "Wo always give it to
lilin when ho takes cold. Its a wonder
ful niedlclno for tho babies," Rest for
coughs, colds, lagrlppo, asthma, hem
morhnges, wonk lungs, GOo, $1.00. Trial
bottlo freo. Guaranteed. Q. R. Bnkor
fi. Son, F. Fink of Fredorlcktown.
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A son was born Wodnesday morning
to Mr and Mrs. Clnienco Allen of
Noith SnndiiBky street.
An Ideal Husband
Is patient, ovon with a nagging wlfo,
tor ho knows sho hoods holp. Sho may
bo ho nervous and run down In health
that Utiles annoy hor. If sho Is melan
choly, uxoltnblo, troubled with loss ot
appetite, hondacho, slooplossncss, con
stipation or fainting and dizzy spoils.
alio nuodB Etoctrlo Dittors, tho most
wonderful lomody for nlllng womon
Thousands of sufforors from femalo
troubles, nervous troublos, backacho
and weak kldnoys bavo used thorn and
bocomo healthy nnd happy. Try
them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaran
teed by a. R. Baker & Son, F. Fink
There still seems to bo Bomo con
fusion as to tboso cllglblo to attond
tbo coming Diblo institute to bo held
beginning next Monday. Tho answor
In tho afternoon after school tbero
will bo a study for children. Thoro
will also bo a meeting for adults In
tho afternoon and tho regular even
ing service or study for adults. Ev
ery ono in tho city will find thoso les
sons of great value, whether they
nro Sunday school workors or not.
Special effort Is being put forth for
tho first meetings, I. o Monday aft
ernoon at 3:4C, all children under 16
years ot ago; Monday evening every
man and woman over 1G, in tho com
munity is urgently requested to bo on
hand. Tho following meetings and
programs will bo announced at this
first meeting. Hero Is n splendid op
portunity for training 'for Christian
Hervleo of a vital nature.
A Man Wants to Die
only when a lazy liver and Blugglsh
bowels causo frightful despondency.
But Dr. King's New LIfo Pills expel
r-oisonH fiom tho systom; bring hopo
and courngo; curo all liver, stomach
and kidney troubles; impart health
and vigor to tho weak, nervous nnd
ailing. 2Gc at O. A. Bnkor & Son
nnd F. Fink, Fredorlcktown.
Hard Luck, Des.
Imported Oman 10th Black Stallion
foaled April 26tb, 1906, height 42 inch
es, Sire Lycldas (3G2) by Bonapart
(108) by Odin (32) by Jack (16)
Dam TJorithn- (2021) by Oman (33)
by Prlnco of Thulo (3G) Lycldas is a
half brother to Champion Monkshood,
both bolng sired by Bonapart. Oman
10th traces 3 times to tho Lord of the
Isles, 3 times to tho Prlnco of Thulo,
G times to Jack (16), theso being the
greatest stallions of tho Marquis of
Londonderry bred stallions, is a Cue
movor, very good action, fine head,
carries a high head, very good over
tho wlthors, well rlbbod, good bone,
plenty of substanco and a fancy bred
ono. This pony is boyond a doubt one
of tho best bred ponies in tho state.
Ho wns bred in Scotland and import
ed in 'September, 1909, by Geo. II.
Simpson of Wheaton, 111. This pony
will mako tho season ot 1910 at the
GAINES & ROSS
TERMS: $10 to Insure a colt to
stand up and suck.
sSk"'?!'n i " ' ' ' Kt ' ' li jPJtKjr lace ot an adrancme KWa' iiH
''i,.l.'1''. '' "i f ,MA leather market wo bare uc- feSWJijL , jK
&.'" "-!V ' ''' "" !xVJr cesslully protected your Interests. ftJfc 'IR
SRHBbo'-i '"' !TL; 't'a w AilvanUecoua leather contracts .!L JHl
gfffljKiJ':'''' A""OSJ i j, , ft If Placed months aeo. tocclher Willi s'6l! ''HS
RiHHs:' !.- )JS?Sw S if down to-the last cent lactorr economies, 2 ft Uj
!Hk6L' vbnOL I m enable us to offer you at the same old W' ' nt
iBHDC 'U-On! W Drleo lne Ralston Standard of quality 9 HB
tnBraiVv .JhVOvS tht kind that has made Ralston famous B ,H
tBkVtSHKTVVhCSTV . the world over. This is Si :H
WMsiHBBSs?4KrtUlV.' TTt. IfffmS. another reason why S i Wk
'UHnbVNS 'W2Wzfot. Kalston bhoes g , .
BnHDk "v.1 yZKRWYuZfeu shonld bfl your jh ' 'H
KjSHBMBk. fsiiHWS31?BL ch'c "' s t ''E
Sole No. 171
Strrliflf Patent Colt
New "lllBM" Itn
Come in and look over our
Mr, Des Kirk, tho efficient sporting
editor of tho Advocnto, Is suffering
from a sevoio cold. Mr. Kirk was call
ed to Mt. Vernon Monday on vory im
portant business, and on tho wny homo
on tjio R. & O. n couplo of Dutch wo
mon hnd tho window up, and as ho Is
polished and pollto gentlomnn, Mr.
Kirk, said novor a word, but lot (ho
wlndB play havoc with hlm.with tho
result that when Newark was loached
ho had a nicely dovolopcd cold, and
tho worst of tho story is ho hnd to
miss tho boxing contest and go right
to bed with his head tied up. Such Is
llfo In a largo city. Nowark Ameri
t AmAtttt JtmlmJInJtnJI mtaAAmt A AittaJLJi Silt JLtJItl
The Man Who
i is a Borrower
and the man who desires A
a safe depository for his
money, are both welcomed
patrons at this bank.
We arc constantly add-
V lag new names to ourllst
of customers and shall be
pleased to number you
The Gambier Banking Co.
IVT1 NT'M',,W,J,VV V VTTf'4"i"iTV"Jl TVtT "V lT
Rev. L. O. Nowcomor has rocolved
word from KaiiBas City, Mo., that tho
Adolphlau Blblo class has taken first
prize lu tho contest for "Christian
Men" In April. Tho prlo wll bo for
warded In a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dltwlller havo
returned to tholr homo in Choatorvlllo
nftor a short visit with friends noar
Dr, N, R. Eastman was a Columbus
visitor Wednesday nftornoon.
A Regular Tom Boy
was Susie climbing trees and fenceB,
lumping ditches, whittling, always get
ting scratches, cuts, Bpralns, brulaoB,
bumps, burns or scalds. But lawsl Her
mother just applied Bucklon's Arnica
Salvo and cured her quickly, Heals
everything hoalablo bolls, ulcers, oc
zemn, old sores, corns or ptlos. Try it.
26c at a. H. Raker & Son and F. Fink
U. 8. SENATOR INJURED
Wheollng, W. Va., May 18. Unltod
States Senator Scott and othors se
verely Injured hero this morning wlion
their uutoinobllo Svont over a high om
bnnkment. Mrs. ThomaB Brown of Columbus is
tho guest of relatives in tho pity.
Fish & Lybarger
103 South Main Street.
Mt. Vernon, O.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bishop of West
High street rocolvod a tolcgram Wcd
nosday announcing tbo marrlngo of
tholr son, Leonard S. Bishop, formerly
of this city, to Miss Mao Graves of
Blloxy, Miss. Mr. Bishop was born
and raised in this city, but for n num
bor ot years he has been employed
nB traveling salesman for tho Fair
banks Co., ot Chicago, but at pres
ent ho Is advertising manager tor tho
Southern Cotton Qll Co..
Mrs. II. Morrlman, Mrs, Anna Mor
rlman, Mrs. Minn McDonald nnd Mr.
Elwood Morrlmnn of this placo went
to Mansilold today to attond tho fun
eral of tho former's brother. Mr. Wil
liam Morrlman, whoso death occurred
Monday, May 1G.
Going our m iissiness
Max HUTiandep Si co.'s Mz sioeh
To Be sow Beiow cost
Owing to the recent death of Mr. Kurlander's father, which has
made It necessary that he take charge of stores In Lorain, the large
spring and summer Siocn of
and Men's and Ladles' 3IIVC5
in tho atore now located at the N.-W. corner High and Mulberry Stt.,
will be closed out regardless of cost.
This Is a stock of all new Spring and Summer goods and it la
first class In every particular.
A grand opportunity Is now offered the people of Mt, Vernon and
Knox county to supply their wants.
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.
This is no fake sale for we Intend closlrig out the stock Just as
quickly as we an.
The sale Is now going on, so ome early and get your share of
the bargains while the selection Is good.
MAX KIMiWi? & COMPANY
FOR SALE All store fixtures, casli register, etc
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