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MBOB DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1010
LATE SENATOR DANIEL
Virginian Was Unique Char
acter In Legislative Halls.
SENATOR DANIEL DIES
End Comes After Cerebral Hemor
rhage and Paralytic Stroke.
Lynchburg, Va.( Juno 30. John
Warwick Daniel, senator from Vir
ginia, died at his homo here, death
being duo to a cerebral hemorrhage
This Involved tho right sldo, making
tho paralysis complete, for tho left
Sldo bad been Involved since tho at
tack last March at Daytotfa, Fla.
Tho flro alarm gong was sounded for
half nn hour, striking each 30 sec
onds, this being tho ilrst tidings to
Major Daniel's homo people of his
Columbus Street Is Scene of
ColumbuB, 0.. Juno 30. Soveral
hundred men, armed with clubs and
Btones, nearly succeeded In lynching
Flunnel Q. Martin, 28. colored, 10
minutes after he shot down and kill
ed Ilobort Cheeks, 30, nt Washington
avenue and Mound street, after a
quarrel over a debt of HO cents which
Cheek owed to Martin. Tho mob
threatened Detectives Gaston and
Jones, who ran down the murderer
In tho automobile- of M. D. DanloU
nnd rescued him as ho luy on the
ground with members of the mob
(stamping his face and body. By dis
playing their badge nnd shouting
that they were pollco olllcers, tho
two dotectlvos wero permitted to
take tholr man from the mob nnd get
him to tho automobile, In which ho
"was carried to tho city prison.
Blxtuon-ycar-old Charles Zahnd,
braving n shot from tho lluelng man's
revolver, snatched the pistol from his
grasp nnd grappled with him. Tho
boy held tho man i until the van of
tho mob which wns chasing him ar
rived. . When Onston and Jones
reached tho scuno tho boy gavo the
weapon, which ho hnd retained, to
Against Bible In School?.
Springfield, 111., Juno 30, Tho su
promo court of llllnolr decided that
follgloUB exercises consisting of tho
reading of the Bible, singing lind
prayer, , ran not be hold In tho public
echools of tlilH stute.
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAO.0 -Cuttle Uei'VfH, 16 SfidlS 4K;
TeXiiH RliH'iii. fli 255(0 S.'i; western xti'orrt,
S3 30W7 .IB, Htin-liciH unit KimIvih. 3 BOW
h 11, ciiwh ami liolf.irH, J2 tfOJJfi 70.
Calves 1G 7 C : 8 fi, Hlitrp and La nibs
Natlvn nlicii, 12 7611 1 0; wratcrii, 3 po
(iU 85, imtlvti IiiiiiIih, U 7r.ii 8 D; went
em, 15 U0fa7 C0.1 ywirllllKit, J5 006 ZS,
lIogB-.(((lit. i' 1(S9 40; mixed, f'J 00(0
0 SS; luiiivy, 18 "OU'J 25; round, IS 70(U
S SO; PICK, JO 109 00, Wheat No, 2
red, 11 0l',ii 03"(. Corn Ncr S, Wt
I0, ObIh-No. 1! White, 40!1fM0liO,
EAST DUFFALO-Cuttle: Choice oat.
tie, f, Sr,US 00, xliliplnK HtctTH, 1G 50
7 00; butcher cuttle. 15 75fi7 00; helferx,
$4 (JOftf. 00; fat enwv, 13 506 'J5; liulla,
13 50yC 00; nillkiTH and NprlngrrK, 125 P0
CC5 00. CiiIvch- IS 00W8 50. Blioep nnd
Lamlia-Mlxeil nhccp, It 00fl4 25; wotli
cm. 14 504TI 75, owi', 13 76M4 00; liimbH,
16 OOftb 25; yourlliiKH. II 500 00. I logs
Henvkn und medlunia, 19 CO; YorliorH,
19 109 C5; plKH, 19 B5; rouiiliB, 18 CO;
tugs, 17 00ft'7 50,
CLEVELAND Cittle: Choice tccn,
87 0007 50; heifer. 16 60Ji7 00; cowi,
14 60MG 00; bull, 14 50JJC 25; milker
and uprliitforn, 130 OO0C5 00. Calveit--II
CO down. Bheep nnd Lnmbs Mlxtd
Bhl'tp, 14 004 60; owra, 13 76G4 00: bent
aherp. 11 60; limbs, 15 0007 75. Ifinr
lleavle and mcilluniB, IV 15; Yorker,
IB 45; plus, 70; rough, 18 25; ktattn,
PITTSDUnQ-Cnttle: Choice, 17 40
t 00; prime, 17 40Q7 05; tidy butchers,
16 250C 80; tiAircm. 13 50G 26; cow,
bulls and utaifu, 13 00fl 00; fresh cow,
126 00050 00, CalvcH Veal, 111 0008 00.
Blietp and I-nmbt -Prime wethcri, 14 30
CM CO: ttood mixed, II 004 25; yearlliiRx,
13 00(75 60; xprliiK Inmbrf, 15 OOQS 00.
Hoc Hf.ivy lioRB. 19 30; modlum, 19 45
i!) 60. heavy Yorkcni, 13 55W9 CO; llt'ht
Ydrkcrn nnd pIb. 19 90,
CINCINNATI Wheat t No. 2 red, l 05
&1 07. Corn - No. 2 mixed, C2M03V4o.
Oatu No, 2 inUt'd, 4OH041C. Ityo No.
2, 80f(83c I-nrd-l: 10. Dulk Moats
113 60, Haoon 111 C2,i. Cattle 12 004?
7 25, Hhtcp J2 00O4 00. Lumbi-14 00 jp
S CO. 1Ok 19 109 20.
TOLEDO Wheat, 11 03; corn, Otoj
"Cits, 40'ie. rye, 79c; clavcMccd. 17 00.
To Be Tried In Columbus
On Friday Morning
In Juvenile court tomorrow morn
ing, Colonel S. N. Cook will bo placed
on trial for contributing to the de
linquency of nlno girls', ranging In ago
from 11 to 15 years. Tho affidavits
wero llled ngalnst blra Tuesday. Ho
pleaded not guilty when arraigned
yeBtcrday morning. Ho has retained
an attorney and will light the charg
es. Columbus Journal.
In The Congo To Become
BrtiBSols, Juno 30 Congo reform,
for which tho governments, church
es, missionary societies and other or
ganisations throughout a largo part of
tho civilized world have been work
ing lor years, will become an accom
plished fact tomotrow, when tho
plnnu formulated by tho Belgian min
istry of tho colonics and approved by
King Albert will become effective.
Simultaneously a largo area of tho
Congo region will bo opened to freo
Tho reforms includo tho suppres
sion of polygamy, tho substitution of
native for whtto officials, a reduction
In tho taxos which will bo collected
In money and not paid in labor, and
tho restriction of obligatory labor on
tho part of adults to tho works dedi
cated to tho improvement of their
Tho most vital feattiro of tho re
form program is tho provision for tho
suppression of forced labor, a situa
tion which has rendered possible tho
terrlblo conditions which in tho past
havo rousod the horror of tho civilized
Under tho Leopold regime tho col
lection of taxes through labor Instead
or money, enabled that monarch to
work his Immense rubber trado free
of expense. A quota of so much rub
ber, In lieu of taxos, was demanded
from each vlllago, an amount which
would require tho labor of every adult
in tho vlllago virtually all of his oi
lier time. Falluro to produco tho al
lotted portion at tho required tlmo
was followed by tho Immediate pun
ishment at tho hands of tho black sol
diers of tho Congo Government, con
sisting too frequently of torturos, mu
tilation, or death.
Chatitaiuiua, N. Y Juno 30 Tho op
ening of the thirty-seventh annual
season of tho Chuutauqiui Assembly
ocurred today, Bishop Vlncont, Chan
cellor, delivering tho opunliiK address.
Thoi'U was n largo crowd presold. Tho
UHsombly will coiitluuo until August
28, Tho (lenoral School has secured
for tho moio Important lectures Iflrn
est ThoinpHoii-Seton, Ilcrboit I,. Ilrldo
mon, Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, ltov. Dr.
Charles K. Aked, Mrs. 1'hlllp Snow
den and Sir William and Lady Ham
soy. An elaborate historical pageant
dealing with early explorations of tho
Chautauqua l.ako region by l.u Salle,
Celornn and othors will bo a featuro
of llio senson,
CALGARY EXHIBITION OPENS
Calgary, Alta,, Juno 30 Tho Pro
vincial fair, for which preparations
hnvo boon going forward for nearly a
year, was formally opened today un
der most favornblo auspices. Tho
Hovornl exhibition buildings nro woll
lllled with eomprchouslve displays Il
lustrating tho forestry, agricultural,
manufacturing and stock-growing In
dustries and thu many natural re
sources of tho province. Many high
class attractions are provided for the
outortalnmcut of tho visitors. The ex
hibition will continue through tho
WORLD'S PENNANT RAISED
Pittsburg, Pn., Juno 30 This waB
ponnnnt raising day nt Forbos Flold
and thousands of enthusiastic baseball
fans of Creator Pittsburg flocked to
tho grounds to boo tho world's cham
pionship flng which tho home team of
tho National loaguo won from tho De
troit American league club last fall
flung to tho breozi). Tho boxes and
grnndstnnd woro flllod with many In
vited guests, among whom wero the
mnyor and othor city olllclals and
numerous club owners nnd olllclals of
both tho major, loaguos. Both tho
Plrntoa nnd their opponents, tho Cin
cinnati Hods, woro loudly cheered
whon they appeared upon tho flold.
As Cast In Democratic-
cuit Judicial Convention
At the Domocrntlc circuit Judicial
convention nt Coshocton Wednesday,
Knox county wns represented on the
committees ns, follows:
Credentials L. B. H6uck.
Permnnont organization J. A.
Resolutions C. E. Crltchfleld,
Utiles and order of business P. O.
Judicial committee Columbus
Ewnlt and It. L. Carr.
Frank Mooro was chairman of the
Knox county delegation.
On each of tho six ballots Knox
county gavo Its fulll vote to Judge
Tho total vote by ballots wns as
, First ballot Mitchell 37, Shields
CI, Swartz 34, Wlckham 30.
Second ballot Mitchell 32, Shields
58, Swnrtz 29, Wlckham 42.
Third ballot Mitchell 28. Shields
C4, Swartz 30, Wlckham 39.
Fourth ballot Mitchell 34, Shields
75,Swartz 17, Wlckham 35.
Fifth ballot Mitchell 30, Shields
71,' Swartz 23, Wlckham 37.
Sixth ballot Mitchell 20, Shields
82, Swartz 14, Wlckham 45.
It required 81 vote to nominate, so
that Judgo Shields received ono vote
more than necessary to win on the
To Which AH Knox Co, Boys
The nttontlon of tho boys of Mt.
Vernon and Knox county Is called
to the boys' camp that Is to bo held
on the Olentangy river August 5 to
24. The camp Is under tho auspices
of the Young Men's Christian Associa
tions of tho stato, nnd every boy of
tho county has tho opportunity of at
tending with tho Mt. Vernon delega
tion. Thoro are to bo two sections of
tho Knox county boys, ono tho 5th
to 14th and ono tho 15th to tho 24th.
Tho camp Is to bo supervised by Mr.
M. O. Bally of Columbus, -who has
had charge of a number of camps and
tho Knox county delegations will bo
tinder the direction of Messrs Jcsson
and Bliss of tho Mt. Vernon associa
tion. This Is tho first attempt on tho
part of tho local association to bo of
service to tho boys of tho county and
It is hoped thnt thoro will bo n largo
number of boys Interested.
Tho cost for tho ten days to mom
bors of tho Y, M. C. A. Is $5.50 and to
noiMiienibors is $G,50. Tho extra dol
lar that non-mobors pay covers tholr
membership In tho Mt Vernon associ
ation for ono full year, and tho other
?5,50 goes direct for expenses.
Full Information on this Biibject will
bo given any who telophono or write
the Mt. Vernon nsspclntion.
Have Returned Home From
llecauso her parents objected to
her miirrlago on account of her age,
Mary Welsh, tho 15-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolsh, of near
Croton, and llownrd Frnzor, m fnrinor
living near Lock, eloped to Kentucky
Friday and woro married,
Frnzor is 29 yours of ngo and had
boon ucquulntcd with tho girl ho
made his wife about a mouth. It was
lovo nt Ilrst sight wltii them, but her
parents objectod to Frnzlor simply on
nccount of thqlr daughter's ago. It
wiib tho old, old Btory, and tho lovo
of the young .pooplo dovolopcd rapid
ly under tho dllllculty.
Finally tho olopoment was care
ly planned nnd Friday morning thoy
started for Kentucky, whoro thoy
wero niarrlod. Thoy Toturncd homo
Mondny and 'tho forgiveness of Mrs.
Frnzler's parents wns onslly obtained.
Tho young couplo havo now gono to
Lock to visit Mr. Frazor's parents.
MEETING OF THE SPANISH
Faribault, Minn., Juno 30 Faribault
Is dressed In patriotic nttlro In honor
of tho United Spanish War Vetorans,
whoso annual encampment Is In ses
sion hero. Tho oponlng today, was
markod by a largo attondanco of vot
rans from many pnrts of Minnesota.
Tho proceedings will contlnuo ovor to
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Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Peterson
and daughter Luclle, nro visiting with
friends in Ashland and Blatchteys
vllle. Tho Gorman Lutheran Sabbath
school observed Children's Day, last
A number from here attended tho
picnic nt Horn's Orovo last Satur
day. 'Mr. J. B. Eiherlrk nnd son, Everott,
wero callers In Greer last Saturday.
S. C. Priest and wife spent Sunday
with friends at Loudonvllle.
Mrs. Phillip Severns and grand
daughter, Miss Bernlco Baker, havo
gono to Chicago, 111., to visit Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Juress.
Mrs. James Boman, son and daugh
ter of Butler, visited at tho homes of
Wm. Shults and Chas. Severns over
Miss Beatrice and Prlscllla Greer
of Glbsonburg are visiting their grand
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Greer.
Mrs. B. L. Itlco nnd Mrs. Ed Ho
Inan spent Thursday In Coshocton.
An Infants child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Hall died last hutulay.
in 10, uaiuuui oiii'i' ui jiutciuiiu 10
vlnftlni? linr rnnthnr. Mih Tnwrnnr.n
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Iloman spent Sun-
day at tho homo of Chus, Miller.
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. MT. ZION
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Ilov. N. T. Sims of Bladensburg, will
preach at Mt. Zlon Sunday, July 10th
at 3 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burch made a
business trip to Newark, Thursday.
Mr. Percy Donahey of Galena, spent
Saturday nnd Sundny with relatives
at this placo and returned home Mon
day accompanied by his wlfo who has
been visiting friends and relatives
Mrs. Henry Van Wlnklo, who was
taken suddenly 111 nt the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Wolfe, Is no better at
Mr. and Mrs, George McCullough
spent Saturday night and Sundaywlth
relatives at Martlnsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Durch were
business callers at Gambler, Mondny.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrow visited
Mr. Geo. Morrow and family of Falls-
burg, Sunday. .
Quito a number from hero attended
the festival nt Goshen, Saturday night.
Mr. Jesso Mercer, who was thrown
from his buggy nnd seriously Injured
by his horso frightening nt an auto
mobile whllo ho was returning homo
from Mt. Vernon last week is somo
what improved at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bird Moran, of Mar
tlnsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Iloid.
Mrs. Corn Burch and Miss OHIe
Nloholls attended Chlldrqn's services
at Perry Chapel Sunday afternoon.
Miss Gertha Nlcholls Is spending a
fow days In Valparaiso, Ind., tho guest
of hor slstor, Miss Aria, who is at
tending school In that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bluo and Mr.
and Mrs. Delbort Bold of East Union
nnd Mr. Lou Bluo and daughters, An
na and Allco, of Gambler, spent Sun
day with Mr. Wardlo Hall nnd rami
Mrs. Jesso Wilson and children of
Newark spent part of last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McKoo.
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A very Interesting memorial sormon
wns given by Kov. Sims to a large
and attentive audience last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Humbert of llow
nrd spent Sunday with rolatlvos.
Mr. Irvln Veatch and son, Warren,
thu Misses OUlo and Lulu HubsoII and
friend, Mr. Stratton, woro Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiggins,
Miss Goldlo Morgan of Mt. Vornon
nnd Miss Mno Black 01 Brink Haven
spout Saturday night and Sunday with
relatives nad friends,
Otis Cummins of Philadelphia, Pa.,
Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Miss Uachio Deal was tho guost of
Miss Ethel Bamsoy Snturday and Sun
day. Bert Norrls and family spent Sun
day with tho formor's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Cass Itlno took dinner
with Marlon Norrls and wlfo Satur
Dr. Stonehockor nnd wlfo called on
Ilov. Sims and wlfo Tuosday evening.
Soveral from hero attended chll
drn's sorvlces at Union Grove, Sunday
Tho carpentera-lmvo commoncod
work on tho now rosldonco of T. )i.
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Boll call and Homo Coming Sun
day, July 10th, sorvlces to begin nt
11:00 o'clock; also sorvlces in tho
ovoning. Everybody invited.
Josslo Shuff is spending a fow days
nt Granville this week.
Miss Harrington of Deflanco was
tho guest of friends hero Saturday.
Carrlo nnd Cyntlm Tullos nro an
ticipating n trip to California In tho
A numbor from hero nttended the
commencement at Brandon Wednes-'
Mr. Chns. Victor of Nnshport Is
spending a ' few weeks here with
Mr. Orrle McWlllIams and slstor of
Nownrk visited A. F. Oldaker, Tues
day. Whllo picking cherries, Mr. Josoph
Lohr fell from tho top of tho trco and
was seriously Injured. Two ribs and
his hip wero brokon.
, Elmer Weaver and bride attended
services 'hero Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Grieff of Mar
tlnsburg visited William Weaver on
Tho annual fair of tho Knox Coun
ty Agricultural society will be held
at Lako Hiawatha park again this
year, September 13, 14, 15 and 10.
Tho great Interest manifested by
our people last year made the annual
fair a pronounced success, and the
Increased Interest taken by former ex
hibitors presages n magnificent oxlilb-
tit for 1010. We therefore wish to
nnnounce that improvements will be
mado to accommodate the exhibitors
In every department,
In addition to the lino pavilion,
good, quarters for poultry and pet
stock, ono of the best -mllo race
tracks In tho state, good water tho so
cletywlllerectulargonumber of horse
stalls, cattle stalls, sheep pens, swine
pens nnd mnny other accommoda
tions, all of which will contribute to
wards making the fair this year most
The premium list hns been careful
ly revised, mnny now premiums add
ed, until now we can boast of as lib
eral premiums as any fair In the
Wo are pleased to remember the
services rendered by those who took
an active part In the fair last year,
and Indulge hope thnt they will tako
even a more active Interest this year
and do all in their power to Induce a
like lntorest nnd zeal on the part of
their neighbors nnd acquaintances, to
the end that we may have the best
fair In this section of the country.
Fnlrs are a public enterprise, a
place where people may meet and ex
change views, study the Improved
methods, meet old frlcndti and maka
now acquaintances. Its purpose Is to
keep abreast with advanced agricul
ture and tho trade, that 'our commun
ity will bo nble to tako front rank
nnd cope with the revolutionizing In
fluences nnd changing customs that
aro annually taking place. And for
this purpose a time and place Is set
apart to bring together the products
of the Held, shop and the home, that
stimulus might be given to those de
partments of labor, upon which rest
our great national wealth, prosperity
Mako your plans early to be an ex
hibitor In as many departments as
you can, and thus do your part tow
ard making the fair this year larger
nnd better than any exhibition over
hold In Knox county.
It Is tho aim of the society to muko
this fair ono of tho very best In the
country, and that this may be done
we nsk for tho help of every resident
of tho county. So wo sny come with
your family and your neighbors fam
ily and join In the festivities of this
annual reunion of tho people ot this
county. Thoro will bo something to
plenso evoryono, from the youngest
to tho oldest, nnd by helping to In
crease tho exhibits, and by swelling
tho numbers In attendance, you can
mutorlnlly assist In making this
year's exhibition a splendid success.
Promlum lists will soon bo ready
for distribution. Write tho secre
tary for list together with ontry
blank nnd mako your entries early
and avoid confusion of tho last days
boforo tho fair.
Chas, B. Jackson, Pros.
Howard C. Gates,
Sec'y Knox Co. Agr. Society.
SOUTH DAKOTA'S NEW CAPITOL
Plorre, S. D., Juno 30 In conjunc
tion with tho South Dakota conserva
tion congress now in session here In
teresting oxorclsos woro hold today
to mark tho formal dedication of tho
now Stnto capltol. Tho participants
Included tho governor and former gov
ernors of tho State, tho Judges of tho
supremo court, tho South Dakota rop.
rosontatlvcs in Congress and a num
bor of distinguished visitors from Min
nesota, North Dakota and othor neigh
ITALIAN DIES ON GALLOWS
Toronto, Out., Juno 30 Tho oxecu
tlon jof Pasqualo Ventraclnl took place
horo today.i Tho crime for which Ven
traclnl paid tho death penalty was tho
murdor last fall of a follow country
man during n drunken quarrel.
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
Ask your doctor how often
stimulant for children. He will
rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him
how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob
ably answer, "Very, very
about Ayer s non-alcoholic Sarsapanlla as a tonic for the
young. Follow his advice. He knows. . c. Ayer Co.,Lowdl, Man.
The first great rule of health "Daily movement of the bowels." Ask your doctor If
this is not so. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills. Sold for nearly sixty yean.
For Cluster Of Cherries But
Fell To Ground
Joseph Lohr, Age 70, May
Hie From Injuries
Mr. Joseph Lohr of Brandon bus
tallied serious Injuries by falling out
Of a cherry tree near his homo Tues
day afternoon. Mr. Lohr, who Is sev
enty-nlne years of age, had climbed to
n height of about flfton feet on a lad
der and was attempting to reach a
cluster of cherries and In so doing,
became overbalanced and fell to tho
ground. Ho struck on his right sldo
with sufllclont force to knock tho
breath from his body. After ho had
been carried Into tho house, it was im
possible to ascertain tho extent of his
Injuries for somo time. Dr. Coleman
)f Homer was called In attendance
and on examination, It found that tho
right hip bone was broken and that
one rib on the right sldo was broken
and that one was cracked. It is fear
ed he Is also Internally injured. He
suffered much pain during Tuosday
night and did not appear to bo any
better on Wednesday morning. Ow
ing to tho advanced age of the injur
man, the injuries may provo fatal.
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Joseph Boylo died at his home on
North Catherine street Tuesday even
ing at about five-thirty o'clock after
a several months' Illness caused by a
complication of diseases. He was
forty-nlno years of ago at the time of
his death and Is survived by his wlfo
his mother, ono sister and flvo small
Samuel Holllbaugh died at tho home
of his son. Mr. George Holllbaugh, in
Dresden, 0., Tuesday night at about
11:00 o'clock after a very short ill
pess caused by apoplexy. The de
ceased was a retired farmer, eighty
ono years of age, and was born and
raised In Knox county. Ho resided
In Martlnsburg for a period of sixty
years and was very well known In that
part of tho county. Ho Is survived
by ono son, Georgo Holllbaugh of
Dresden nnd Mrs. Mary Earlewino of
Bladensburg. Tho funeral at tho Mar
tlnsburg Presbyterian church at 11
o'clock Friday morning. Interment in
the Presbyterian church cemetery at
A daughtor was born Wednesday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Bort Jolly
who resldo Just west of Sparta.
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promptly with the Drooer shoe at a nrir
to suit his Durse. All
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' $5.00. AH ,W. L. Douglas shoes are made from
high grade material and hold their shape until
worn out. A million men in every walk of life wear
W. L. Douglas shoes every year. For perfect fit,
long wear and absolute comfort you cannot buy
the eoual of W. L. Douglas shoes.
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The Guarantee Shoe Store
122 South Main Street
he prescribes an alcoholic
probably say, "Very, very
frequently." Then ask him
Charge Against A Former
Col. S. N. Cook, Inspector of side
walks in the public sorvlco depart
ment of the city, and for many years
a political ward worker, was1 arrested
by an officer of .the Juvenile court,
Tuesday at noon, on nlno affidavits
Charging him with contributing to the
delinquency of as 'many young girls
ranging In age from nlno to fifteen
Col. Cook Is, an elderly man nnd
lives n't 88 V2 East Town street. It is
said by tho juvenile officers that he
has long been under' suspicion of
Wrong-doing, but It required much In
vestigation to obtain tho evidence up
on which to base the affidavits. Tho
offenses complained of aro not of tho
most serious nature In tho line of
contributing to delinqency, but wero
such, it Is alleged, as to warrant tho
action o( tho (juvenlle court In caus
ing the arrest.
Mr. Cook formerly resided In Fred-
erlcktown and is well known In this
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed and
qualified executor of the eBtate of
late of Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by the Probate Court of said county.
June 25, 1910.
J. .W. NOFFSINGER, '
CONVENTION OF LAT
TER DAY SAINTS
Rjeglna, Sask., Juno 30 A conven
tion of the Church of Latter Day
Saints for the provinces of Saskatche
wan and Alberta began here today and
will continue until next Monday! The
convention is attended by soveral hun
dred delegates and visitors, ambng
whom aro. Bishop Evans of Toronto,
Elder F. A. Smith of LamonI, Iowa,
and other prominent dignitaries of
ARGUMENTS IN PRUDEN
Newark, N. J., Juno 30 The suit
against tho Prudential Insuranco Com
pany, which has boon dragging
througl) tho courts for several
years, was called for argument in tho
Court of Chancery today. Tho suit is
to detormino whether the company's
surplus of ?1G,000,000 belongs as a
matter of right to tho stockholders or
whothor policy-holders are entitled
to tho larger part of It.
Different men re
quire different shoes.
This accounts for the creat
variety 5f shapes and stvles for
be found in mv store. Mv
siock is Kent UDtodnte nt
kWpm. wirt he an .i,o&
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