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FRIDAY JULY 29, 1910
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Audience In Attendance At
To Hear Concert By The
Two Excellent Programs
Given On Tuesday
The National Chautauqua
Band Here Today
Some Notes Concerning The
Assembly At The Park
Thero was a larger attendance at
Tuesday night's entertainraent'at Hia
watha Lake assembly than on - the
opening evening, and It Is predicted
that the patronage will grow dally
and nightly as the people come to real
ize that the 1910 program Is far hot
ter than any that has been offered
here for some years.
The special attraction for Tuesday
afternoon and evening was the Zlegler
Howe Conceit Co., and the programs
rendered wore most pleasing In every
detail. Tho programs were varied and
yet nicely balanced throughout, and
tho applause that followed each num
ber Indicated that the people were
mighty well pleased.
Tho Natlonnl Chautauqua band play
ed this afternoon and will remain hero
as special attraction for Thursday af
ternoon and evening.
On Tuesday evening the Cleveland
crowd got together In the auditorium
and made things lively before the con
cert by singing a number of Hiawatha
songs, set to tunes familiar to all. One
of the tunes used was that tabernacle
favorite, "The Glory Song." Then,
with a wave of his hand, the leader
brought tho audience tq Its feet and
all joined In singing two stanzas of
The National Chautauqua band ar
rived 'Wednesday morning.
Supt. Rose stated Wednesday morn
ing that the plan of reserving seats
is not being carried out this year. All
seats In tho auditorium are free.
Tho register Is 9pen In headquarters
tent and more than 200 persons regis
tered up to Tuesday evening.
There wasa heavy rain at the park
Wednesday morning and some water
went through the headquarters tent.
None of the tenters suffered any in
convenience, however. In fact, all were
glad that it did rain, as the park
grounds were getting dusty and need
ed tho refreshing downpour.
The rear gate at the park, located
in the southwest corner i3 opon this
year and teams may be driven In at
that point. This is a decided advant
age to persons living northwest of
town, as it gives them a "short cut"
to tho park.
It has been found necessary to make
one change In the program of evening
events. Prof. Woodland's scientific
lecture and demonstrations will be tho
attraction for Friday evening instead
of Master Byron Mitchell; the singer.
The little fellow will bo the attraction
on closing night, August 4.
Wednesday's tclegtams noted tho
fact that Senator Norrls Drown, who
comes to Hiawatha Saturday is one of
tho big men In Nebraska. Ho won the
KNOX COUNTY SAV
1. It grows every year.
2. Its deposits exceed eight
3. Its resources are nearlng
4. It has all the facilities
and conveniences of a city
5. It has been under one
management for thirty-seven
Xtr QiAn Ti,1VN Onnnvn
tato chairmanship in tho Itopubllcan
convention after an exciting contest.
Urown Is sure to bo ono of tho big
statesmen from tho West tho coming
Give AH Employes Vacation
With Fuil Pay
Rowlands & Co. havo a custom of
giving to each omployo a week of va
cation with pay, which is a happy in
novation to the many clorka in their
several stores In Ohio and Indiana.
Here in Zancsvllle tho employes are
taking turns with their off weeks and
enjoying tho liberality of their em
ploying firm. Manager Charles Row
lands states that ho believes this
policy to bo tho best from every stand
point, as it gives the people who work
for tho Interests of tho firm an added
interest in tho buglness, and that' In
tho end the house gets better oorvlce
from their employes. Zancsvllle Tim
Of M. P, Church To Be Held
(Zanesviiie Times Recorder)
The most Important religious event
of the seasoh Is tho Muskingum Con
ference of tho Methodist Protestant
church, which will bo held at the
Conference Memorial church, West
Main street, from September 1 to the
6th inclusive. Dr. C. H. Beck of West
Lafayette is tho conference president
and will preside at all its sessions. It
was through the instrumentality of
this conference that Zanesviiie was
so fortunate as to secure so fine a
church edifice for the Methodist Prot
estant congregation, as tho ministers
themselves pledged more than ?20,000
of Its cost with tho provision that tho
conference should have tho privilege
of holding all its sessions thero.
The Rev. D. C. Coburn, pastor in
charge, looked after tho local financial
end and did it so thoroughly that tho
church was built without undue sacri
fice upon tho part of any one. The
conference sessions are attended by
members of other denominations, who
enjoy the rare treat afforded In tho
lectures and sermons.
Boys To Go To "Camp Budd"
Camp Budd, tho Ohio camp for boys
has started off In good shapo. Thero
were GO boys in tho first section of
the camp. These boys took hold of
the'eamp llfo in good shape and left
the equipment in first-class condition.
It has been decided to havo hut ono
section of the Mount Vernon and Knox
county boys. The boys will leave
Monday, August 15 and return Thurs
day, August 25th. Every indication
now is that thero will bo a largo
group from this place and that thero
will be a jolly good time for nil who
attend. Any boy in tho community be
tween the ages of 12 and 18, is eligible
to attend tho camp.
Old Folks' Services
A special service for the old peoplon
and parents will bo held at tho Ep
worth M. B. church at Gambler on
Sunday, July 31, at 10:30 a. m. All of
tho old people and parents aro Invited
to attend. Special music will bo' ren
STATE OP OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO
iLUCAS COUNTY, so:
Frank J, Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of tho firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, County and Stato
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that, cannot bo cured by tho
uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed,
in my presence, this Cth day of Do
comber, A. D., 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken intern
ally, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pilla for constipation.
Filed By Administrator In
To Recover An Amount
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The Shilling Will Is Filed In
Other Notes From The Pro
Items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Richmond Smith, administrator of
tho estate of Hugh McFall, deceased,
by his attorney, Brucker & Voegele,
has begun suit In common pleas court
against tho Tho Mansfield Building
& Loan association for $9,000.
The plaintiff says lie is the duly ap
pointed and qualified administrator of
tho estate of Hugh McFall, deceased,
late of Richland county.
The defendant, Tho Mansfield Build
ing & Loan association, is n corpora
tion organized under the laws of the
state of Ohio and located at Mans
field. The plaintiff for cause of action
against the defendant says:
Thero is due him the sum of ?9,000
as administrator of the estate of Hugh
McFall, deceased, for money loaned
by decendent to tho defendant with
Interest nt the rato of 5 per cent on
$3,200 from Jan. 1, 1910, to July L
1910; Interest at the rato of 5 per cent
on 5,G00 from Jan. 15, 1910, to July 1,
1910, and interest at tho rato of 5 per
cent on $200 from Feb. 15, 1910, to
July 1, 1910, and interest on $9,000
from July 1, 1910 at C per cent.
The plaintiff says that on July C,
1910, ho mado demand for the money
and tho defendant refused to pay the
That on July , 1910, the plaintiff
served a written notice upon the de
fendant demanding tho money, but the
defendant refused to pay the same.
Whereforo tho ulalntlff prays judg
ment against the defendant In the sum
of $9,000 with intorest at the rate of
5 per cent pn $3,200 from Jan. 1, 1910,
to July 1, 1910; interest at the rate of
G per cent on ?5,G00 from Jnn. 15, 1910,
to July 1, 1910, and interest at the rate
of 5 per cent on $200 from Feb. 15,
1910 to July 1, 1910 and Interest on $9,
000 from July 1, 1910 at the rate of G
per cent and for costs of suit.
Tho last will and testament of Caro
line Skllllng, late of Howard township,
Knox county, has been filed In probate.
By the terms of tho will tho testatrix
gives to her brother, John Allordlng,
tho sura of $300, to Mary Ewers $1,000,
to St. Luke's Catholic church of Dan
ville the sum of $100, the money to be
used towards tho construction of a
Catholic school building in Danville,
to Clara J. Whitman the sum of $100.
All tho residue of the property, both
reaf and personal, also tho household
effects tho testatrix gives to her two
sifters, Mary J. Gardner and Maigaiet
Gaidnor. sharo and share alike. John
F. Gardner Is named as executor of tho
will which was signed July 11, 1910,
In tho presence of Joseph F. Blubaugh
and Frances Gardner.
Distributive Account .
Clinton M. Rice, assignee of Michael
Smlthhisler, hns filed a distributive
account In probate court, showing the
sum of $2,720.93 for distribution.
First and Final
Charles G. Miller, executor of Phebo
Miller, has filed a first and final ac
count In probate, showing tho follow
ing: Received $2,100, paid out tho
Marriage License '
Frank Slmpklns, clerk, and Ida Win
geler, bcth of Mt. Vernon. Rev, F. B.
Sarah H. Morgan to Sarah Coylo,
lot 14 in Mound Vlow cemetery, $1.
CAMP MEETING AT THE CAE8
Tho A. M. B. church of Mt. Vernon
will hold two all-day motlngs at tho
Caves July 31st and August 7th. Mrs.
Mary Smith, the evangelist, has boon
secured arid will conduct theso meet
ings. Sho desires to meot all her old
friends, as Bhe has a special message
for each of them.
Charges Are Filed Against
A, J. Solomon
Coshocton, O., "July 27 Fraud is
charged against A. J. Solomon of
Mt. Vornon, owner of private banks
which closed recently at Marshallvllle
and Walhondlng. in nn answer and
cross-petition filed last night In the
Coshocton county courts by the re
ceivers for tho Walhondlng bank. Tho
papers wero filed In a suit begun by
Solomon for dissolution of partnership
with Frank Bloch of Mt. Vernon and
the Butler Manufacturing Co. of But
The receivers allege that the Wal
hondlng bank, with liabilities of nbout
$25,000, has no assets except the bank
building. They say that Solomon com
mitted fraud in having tho deeds to
this property nut In his name. They
also say that the Butler Manufactur
ing Co. put In a claim for $6,500
against the bank for fixtures, etc.,
Which were worth only about $1,000.
Make (iood Time On Run To
Toledo, O., July 27 Cleveland con
testants In the three-day lellnbillty
run of the Cleveland Automobile Club
and the Cleveland News, which start
ed from Cleveland Monday meaning,
had a comparatively easy time of it
today. With few grades, no sand and
many miles of macadam and pike, the
tourists arrived at this control without
difficulty. No final scores will be an
nounced until the tourists arrive at
Cleveland The vanguard of the tour
will reach the Hollenden Hotel at
about 5:30 o'clock.
Despite the easy going there is
much dissatisfaction owing to the
statement published In Columbus this
morning that although supposed to be
under guard, the tourists drove their
cars about town In the evening. This
every tourist denies. Willis Stutson
of the White Company, Cleveland, who
represents the American Automobile
Association on the run, will take up
the matter officially upon his return
The only car known to be on tho
streets last night was the Chalmers
official car, which is not a contestant,
and It, with the Oldsmoblle Mudlark
and other non-contestants have a right
to the streets after checking time.
For Grace Episcopal Church At Mans
field Accepts Call
The Rev. S. E. Thompson, now as
sistant rector of tho Church of Our
Savior at Akron, will come to Mans
field September 1, as rector of Grace
Episcopal church, succeeding the Rev.
J. J. Dimon who left here the middle
of May to become rector of St. An
drew's church of Washington, D. C.
The Rev. Mr. Thompson, who is a
young married man, preached here
two weeks ago and about a week ago
a call was extended to him by tho
vestry of Graco Episcopal church.
This afternoon word came from the
Rev. Mr. Thompson that ho would
accopt the call and ho will come to
this city Sept. 1st
INVESTIGATE OUR CONSERVA
TIVE METHOD OF LOAN
And you will becomo a depositor with
us because you will bo persuaded that
your Investment is safe.
Safe because our monoy is nil loan
ed on first mortgage on real estate af
ter tho ttiost careful appralsemont.
Safe becauso an insuranco policy Is
required with each loan as additional
Safe because our securities grow
hotter each month, for tho Intorest
and a portion of tho principal aro re
paid monthly by the borrower.
Information gladly given at all times
at tho office.
THE KNOX BUILDING & LOAN CO.
Nq. 5 E. High street.
TITLES IN GEORGIA
(Meldrum, Ga., Gazette)
A stranger coming into tho stato
would suppose that wo wero tho most
military and professional people In
tho world. Every man who runs a so
da fount is a "doctor," every dancing
mastor a "professor," every lllitorato
County Commissionor Is a "Judge,"
every crossroads lawyer is a "Colon
el." Tho result of it all Is that wo aro
making ourselves ridiculous.
By An Overdose Of Headache
Wooster, O., July 27 Mrs. Lula
Hanna, aged 35, wife of Dr. J. C. Han
na of Big Prairie, died this morning
from an overdose of medicine taken
for headache. Mrs. Hanna was found
unconscious by her husband shortly
after midnight and although every
thing possible was done to revive her,
all efforts were In vain.
NOT THIS YEAR
Will Work Be Commenced On Toe
It is probable that the work, of the
construction of the extension of tho
present Columbus, Albany and Johns
town Traction Company by the Colum
bus, Mt. Vernon and Mansfield Trac
tion Company, which has taken over
tho former road, will not be started
until next spring, although It has been
the hope of the men should the new
company that work would be started
on the extension this year.
However, as In all matters of this
kind, unexpected delays are encoun
tered and w hlle .the new company has
the financing for the extension practi
cally arranged for It will take some
time to complete maps let contracts
arid do other preliminary matters in
connection with the new road. It will
rebuild to Johnstown, thence to Mt.
Vernon and then to Mansfield, where
It will connect with the lines of the
Cleveland, Southwestern and Colum
bus, thus giving a direct electric route
between Columbus and Cleveland.
PLACE YOUR MONEY
WITH THE BUCKEYE STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANY.
1. For your safety. All money left
with this company is loaned only on
homes, the safest of all 'mortgage
2. For your profit. You will re
ceive five per cent Interest per annum
in semi-annual installments. --
3. For your convenience. Centrally
located In Rankin Building, 22 West
Gay street, Columbus, Ohio.
4. For your accomodation. You can
have your money at any time. Notice
can be, but never has been required.
Assets over $4,100,000.
Mr. Frank Slmpklns, an employe at
the McNabb grocery, and Miss Ida
Wlngeier were united in marriage at
8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Bap
tist parsonage, East Vine street, by
the Rov. F. E. Brlnlnstool, pastor of
the First Baptist church. The young
couple will go to housekeeping at once
on North Chester street.
Mrs. Wlllam C. Cooper and daugh
ter, Mrs. Samuel Dougherty, delight
fully enteitained with bridge Tues
day morning nt their spacious home
on East Gambler street. Ten tables
were filled and at the conclusion of
the contest the souvenir, a bunch of
handsome carnations, was awarded to
Miss Ella Pyle. who graciously pre
sented the flowers to Mrs. Leopold.
tho euest of honor and tho house guest
of Mrs. B. B. Williams. At one o'clock
a delicious luncheon was served.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Mrs. Leonold and Miss Nathan of Phil
adelphia and Miss Dorothy Loncy of
LATEST TYPE OF BASEBALL
From 1883 until last year veiy lit
tle, outsldo of minor changes, was
dono in developing tho baseball. The
leaguo baseball used in this period
had a rubber centor, and the yarn
wound around it was coated with a
continuous layer of rubbor cement.
The ball now used includes a means
of preventing tho innor yarn from,
sllnnlng away from the center of the
ball, and tho substitution of cork for
rubber in the core. This core of cork
is covored with a layer of rubber vul
canized to a certain degree of hard
ness, and on this is wound tho usual
Tho cork makes possible a more rig
id structure and moro uniform resil
iency. It is said to outlast tho rubbor
centor balls many times ovor, be
cause it will not soften or break in
spots under tho most sevore usage.
R. B. ANKNEY & CO.
who've built up a good
business by doing good
work and giving honest
goods at the right price,
will still treat you right
if you will let them.
You may lose sight of
these facts, so I would
advise you to come in
and see us when in need
of Anything in the jew
No. 4 South Main St.
Diamonds Mounted, Watches Repaired
The New Quarter Com
mences July 1st.
We solicit your business. You
can 6tart with 51.00.
ings Bank and
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Open Saturday evenings from 7
to 8 o'clock.
How you suffer after each
meal from stomach distress 2
that relief Is so handy or I
you wouldn't continue to J
suffer. Just get a bottle of J
AND GET WELL
Manufactured and Sold at
Baker's Drug Store
Sign, Big Hand; Lower Main it,
No. 205 Mt Vernon
THE BELL SYSTEM
Main and Vine Streets
DEVISERS OF THE
An ancient proposal to transfer tho
"Zoo" to the Crystal Palace is oppor
tunely revived during tho strawberry
season, for tho financial "white ele
phant" at Sydenham wao designed by
Sir Joseph Paxton, after whom tho
popular Paxton strawberry is named.
Paxton was gardener to tho Duko
of Devonshire, and dovised the Crys
tal Palaco upon tho plan of a largo
conservatory he had orccted at Chats-
worth. Ho became tho Duke's per
sonal friend, and some snob has re
corded his astonishment on finding
himself seated at dinner next to the
former gardener. Exchange.
Sealed proposals will bo received at the
county auditor's ofllce, sit Vornon, Knot
County, Ohio until lu 00 o'clock a m ,
Saturday, August 20th, 1910,
for all labor and materials necossary
to bund and coimtruct Louiileto, tno su
pot Hiruc tin i: and alio sepuruio bids ror tho
nuiei Hirudin e of in Joint Kuox-Llcklnic
Countj litldge, known as tlio Mitchell
Hrlclgo, on and one-half mils west of
Lock, Mllrord 'iownslilp
The plana, estimates, quantities and,
specifications for doing this worn as par
county plans, aro on lllo In the oftlc
of said county auditor for tho Inspection!
of all persons Interested In tho same,
during bualnesa hours of each day of tho
week, except Sunday.
Other plans are also Invited and pro
posals on bucIi other plans shall be ao
companled with sulllclent plans and sdo
lllcatlons, showing and setting forth tha
number of spans, the length of each, and
nature, quality and fllzo of the materials
to bo used In the erection of such bridge,
tho strength of tho structuro when com
pleled, and also whether there is nay
patent right on the proposed plan or oa
any part, and If any part, what part
iil proposals must be addressed to ths
Jolnt-Uourd of Commissioners of Knox
Licking county, at Ait. Vernon, Ohio, and
Indorsed with a pertinent description ot
the work bid on on the envelope.
Kach and every bid must be ac
companied by a certified check, cash
or bond In the sum of :v per cent ot tha
bid. This Is to show good faith on
the part of the bidder or bidders,
and the same shall become tno absolute
Joint property of tne counties of Knox
and Licking, State of Ohio, In lieu of
all damage should the successful bid
der or bidders refuse or neglect to ea
ter Into a written contract with tha
said Joint Board of Commissioners
for the furnishing of said materials
and lor doing tne said work with
in live days after tne award of the samo
and give good and sufficient bond for
the faithful performance of his or their
contract or contracts as required by law.
If a certified check Is tendered, it mast
be drawn without conditions and be mad
payable to the County Auditor, Knox
County, Ohio. If cash Is tendered, K
must be United States legal tender, and
If a bond Is tendered It must be signed by
at least two sureties all freeholders la
Knox or Licking counties, Ohio.
So proposal will be considered unless
it complies with all these rules and reg
ulations. All bidders are warned to care
fully read the same and comply with
The Joint Board of Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any and all
ay order of the Board,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Notice 13 hereby given that the under
signed, by virtue ot an order of the Pro
bate Court of Knox county, Ohio, will
Oder for sale at public sale, at the south
door of the Court House, In lit. Vernon.
Saturday, August 13, 1910,
between the hours of ono and three
.o'clock, p m., the following described
leal estate, situate in uucKeye city, Knox;
county, Ohio, and more particularly des
cribed as being the north half of lot one,
and the north half of the west half ot lot
two In the village of Buckeye City, form
erly Itossvllle, in said county, and state,
said lots are located on Danville street In
said- village of Buckeye City. In block:
bounded by Danville street on the west,
Itoss street on the south, Millwood street
on the east, and on the north by grounds
of The Cleveland, Akron and Columbus
Terms of sale One-thtrd cash on day of
sale, one-third in one year, and one-third
In two years; deferred payments to bear
Interest from day of sale and be secured,
by mortgage on the premises sold.
Appraised at U,800(w.
W. W. WALKEV,
Administrator of Heniy VT. Swlgert, de
ceased. Walght & Moore, Attorneys.
For washing dishes, tinware,
granlteware, marble, painted
or unpalnted surfaces, windows,
Makes hard water soft. A
fine thing for the bath.
Sold and guaranteed by
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
I It's Good Very Good
We sell all kinds Feed
: Purina Poultry Feeds
: The best known feed for
j chieks or chickens
1 Tbe Northwestern
I Elevator I Mill Co.
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