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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910
! G, 0. P. GREEKS BEARING GIFT!
Making Pretense of Their Love For Bryan Now
I DESIRE TO DISRUPT THE OHIO DEMOCRACY
Harmon's Candidacy Rises Above Political Lines
irero is an oxtrant troni a poTincal
artlclo publlsheil In the Ohio State
Journal (Rep.) ot Aug. 28 that Is of
special interest lo every Democratic
Toter In Ohio:
Dryan has Iocturod twice In
Ohio since Uio Dayton conon
tlon, at Franklin and at Buck
eyo Lake. Each tlmo the .loffor
son club of Columbus scut a dele
gation to urgo him to speak at
tho ox-roast celebration they
planned. To each dologallon
Dryan mado Uio same reply.
Ho called attention to Har
mon's having been Indorsed for
president by the stato convention.
"I could not speak at Colum
bus, tho capital of tho stato ot
which Harmon Is governor, with
out referring to his candidacy for
president. I am opposed to him
for president. I will accept an
Invitation from tho Jefferson
Club for any dalo after tho No
vember election, but not boforo."
Theso are Ills repeated words.
Thoy havo been Interpreted by
tho governor's advisers to mean
that Bryan will stny out of Ohio.
The Republicans expect to imiko
uso of them where thoy will do
Harding tho must good, in tho
northwestern counties. Every
Democrat Who has a dollar Is a
subscriber lo Tho Commoner.
Following tho aiguuiont of Con
gressman Nicholas Longworlh In
his koynoto speech at tho Ropiib
' llcan stato convention,' they will
tell tho Bryan Democrats that a
vote for Harmon this fall Is not
a voto for him for governor, but
for him for president; that his
re-election as governor will n.uko
certain his nomination for pres
ident. Therefore by voting for
Hnrmon thoy will bo voting to
nominate for piesldent tho innni
Bryan Is most desirous should
not bo nominated.
Tho Domocrats will ondonvor
to meet tills aigumcnt by tolling
Dryan sympathl.ors It would bo
folly to throw away a governor
ship out of fear that tho incum
bent might ho promoted.
For unadulterated gall and unmiti
gated Insolence the .forogplng Is on
titled to tho doughnut. Its Import
ance nnd slgnlllcunco arise from tho
aourco of Its origin In tho columns
of a partisan Republican papor.,
What a pack of fools theso Repub
lican oracles evidently tako tho Dem
ocratic voters ot Ohio to bo, Not
only do they bolray such belief, thoy
are, also bold enough to put In print
tho methods by which thoy oxpoet to
wheedle Democratic voters Into do
sorting tholr standards at the thiosli
old of victory.
This Is tho your for g.o.p. trick
sters to'como llKo Oiooks bearing
gifts to Democratic voters. When
Mr. Dryan Is a cittidldato there is no
limit to th slander, rldlculo anil mis
representation to which tho partisan
Republican' papers win not go In tholi
designs to poison tho public mind
against him. But, when Mr. Dryan
himself Is not a candidate, and any
other Domocrat Is placed befoio the
people, how the same partisan g.o.p.
nowspapers do love Mr. Dryan and
fear that ho will bo put In Joopardy
by his friends.
Mr. Dryan Is not a candidate for
govornor of Ohio. Ho could not sorve
as govornor of this stato If all tho
voters In alt tho political parties ot
Ohio woro to cast their ballots for
him. And it Is roasonably certain
that If Mr. Drynn wore a candidate
for governor of this or any othor
atato this year Uio rabid Republican
newspapers would not be so solicit
ous in his behalf. It Is more than
probablo that they would again bo
ovorflowlng with their usual badlnago
as thoy did not longer ago than tho
campaign of 1908, when they pleaded
sneerlngly with voters In Ohio to
"voto for Taft this tlmo, you can voto
for Dryan any tlmo."
Tho Democrats of Ohio havo be
foro thorn this year a causo which
concerns tho welfare of tholr own
state, and their standard bearer Is
ono who lias "made good" so for as
ho was able against, tho constant hos
tility of a Republican legislature.
There are thousands of Republican
v,otors In Ohio who sincerely Join in
the desire for tho re-election of Jud
son Hnimon to tho olllco of governor,
bo ninny In fact that Governor Har
mon's candidacy rises nbovo political
lines nnd parly bins. It might be
said that Clovornoi' Harmon Ib scarce
ly tho candidnto of tho Democratic
party alone for re-election but, In a
broader sense, is tho candidate 'of tho
whole pcoplo without regard to polit
ical prejudice or party afllllatlons.
Nono would be so olated iib would
those inlschlof-mongors of thj g.o.p.
press should thoy succeed In breed
ing discord and dissension In tho
ranlts of tho Democracy of Ohio, If
by that ruso thoy might bo ablo to
offoct Govornor Harmon's dofoat.
Aftor having boon cheated out of
tho laurols of victory by tho death
of Govornor Pattlson and the swarm
ing of tho old birds of prey back Into
tho atato houso again undor tho shel
tering arms of Acting Govornor Har
ris; and aftor a second triumph for
tho people of Ohio In tho stato cam
paign of two years ago which has
beon followed by two years of public
administration that has won tho
plaudits of thu peoplo In Ohio and
admiration of tho public spirited
pross throughout tho nation, tho
Democratic votors of Ohio, joined by
thousands of their Republican follow
cltlzoiiB, nro marching with stoady
stop toward tho ballot box rosolvod
to register tholr approval of Judson
Harmon's administration and fortify
him by electing his associates on tho
stato tlekot and a majority In both
branches of tho legislature that will
bo In full accord with him, to make
his second administration a still
grontor nnd more gratifying success.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Hess and daugh
ter, Tamson, of West High street went
to Loudonvlllo Wednesday morning to
spend Bovoral days with relatives.
Enameled preserving kettles !)e td
Mr. Daniel Darncs, who was ser
iously injured In an nccldent In the
gas fields several days ago, was tak
en to his homo from tho Mt. Vernon
hospital on Tuesday afternoon. His
condition Is hopeful as ho has greatly
Improved in tho past three days.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Tilton, of near
Jelloway, went to Columbus Tuesday
afternoon to spend several days wltli
Mr. II. G. Hildobrand has returned
to his homo In Pleasant township af
ter taking several weeks' treatment
at Shepherd sanitarium at Findley,
Mason fruit Jars GOo per doz, Wool-
FOUND Plenty of ontertalnment,
Instruction and amuscmont. May bo
had upon application at tho Knox
County fair this year.
Miss Graco Hays of Martlnsburg Is
visiting for a fow days with Miss Cora
Dcmuth of Now Philadelphia, Ohio.
Tin cans at 30c per dozen, Woolson's
Mr. O. C. Ewart of New York City
is tho guest of friends in the city.
Mr. J. C. Dowllng of Cleveland, for
merly of Mt. Vernon, Is tho guest ot
friends in tho city.
Factory outlet salo of enameled
waro at 0c, 19c nnd 29c, Woolson's.
Mr. John Daxtor and Mr. D. C. Bax
ter of Brandon nro spending several
dnys In Columbus, attending tho stnle
'Mrs. Charles J. While of Gambler
was taken to tho Mt. V.ernon Medical
and Surgical sanitarium for treatment
on Tuesday afternoon.
Everything In fruit canning supplies
at Woolson's store, telephone num
Feed will bo provided for, horsea
at tho fair next week by Will Ills
song. Watch for the signs.
Mrs. Samuel Scyley ant' in have
returned to their homo In Frederick
town nfter a short visit with relatives
Wo offer ono hundred doJInrs reward
for any caso of catarrh that cannot
bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
F. I.. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, havo known
F, J. Cheney for tho last 15 years and
bellevo him perfectly honorable In all
business trnnactions and financially
ablo to carry out nny obligations mado
by his lira.
Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo.O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken
Internally, acting dlrecttly upon
tho blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent froo. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Tako Hall's Family Pilla for con
stipation. T.ho jilcasuro ono experiences in
mcotlng with old friends, and becom
ing acquainted with new ones at these
annua'l exhibitions aro an enjoyable
featuro of such occasions.
M. E. Lytic nnd Survoyor Ashcraft
of Mt. Vernon woro In Newark Tues
day, enrouto to Granville and tho ga i
fields. Nowark Advocate.
Don'l fall to bring the llttlo ones to
tho FAIR. Thoy will surely enjoy it.
Mr. Lloyd Barbor of, Detroit left
Wednesday morning for that city af
ter visiting a week with friends and
Our Fair will bo a grand object les
son of man's Ingenuity.
COME TO THE KNOX COUNTY
FAIR AND BRING YOUR FAMILY.
Mr. Ilnrry Gallant and family re
turn homo thin ovening from a fow
days' visit in Knox county. Delawaro
KNOX COUNTY FAIR
LAKE HIAWATHA PARK
MT.' VERNON, OHIO
SEPT. 13-14-15-10, 1910
S PLEDGE TO THE PEOPLE
MOST VOTERS GAN SEE IT NOW
Was allislake to Tie Governor Harmon's Hands
OHIO NEEDS THOROUGH H0USE-GLEANIN6
"A chief magistrate does not serve the peoplo who uses the
power entrusted to him to advance his own or any other than the
public Interest, or fails to use .It to safeguard the general welfare
whenever it is endangered by neglect, Incompetence, wrong-doing,
or the passage of unwise or unconstitutional laws. I shall keep
on trying to make the phrase, 'serving the people,' a true descrip
tion and not a falso pretense or a figure of speech." From Gov
ernor Harmon's speech accepting renomlnatlon.
I GOVERNOR HARMON'S GAGE OF BATHE
& "The election of state officers will turn, as It should, on the
r Important home affairs which are now the chief concern or our
citizens. I shall refuse to be drawn away from thess. What the
' present administration has done and tried to do Is known to all,
' and the question is, Shall It be approved or condemned?" From
T Governor Harmon's speech accepting renomlnatlon.
4k$ $"?$$ 8-$S4$'3 $$$
Get On the Right Side When You Vote Next Time
This year the average voter Is
widu awake to the fact thu. i.olitleal
uITalrs In Ohio havo buuu very un
savory. If not altogether rotten In
too many liistanccH, uuilur Republi
can mismanagement that extended
hack over a period of years. He seen
It was a mistake to elect a Demo
cratic governor and at tho same tlmo
tie his humlH with n Republican leg
islature, Republican st.itu oillcers
and a large number of Republican ap
pointees. Ho llguroB Hint, however
much hai been accomplished,, Guvor
tiar Illinium could have accomplish
fil lulliiltely more If hacked mi by u
Democratic legislature and Demo
cratic state Dlllcnru.
The averngu Republican now ud
tnlts that thu thing Ohio needs moflt
Is a thorough political houso-cluuii-ing;
and he wilt tell you contldon
tl'illy that luauiiiuch us It nooinii (itilto
Impossible to In, Inn about tills much
desirod state of uffulrs under u Re
publican administration tho next best
thing to do is to turn tho state over
to tho Democrats for two years and
'lot them complete tho Jot) so well bo
gun by Covornoi' Harmon In spite of
U08tlu political surroundings.
Kvory Republican votor who r. cog
tilzcB these facts Iiiih his mind i.uuto
up now to vote In favor such a 1'i'uso
cleaning, and all tho blandlshu. nits
ot tho old Republican bosses wl o aro
trjinfc to it-gain their lost powir and
again control political affalrn in Ohio,
will not deceive them.
If you want to bo on tho popular
side, If ou want to ho on tho win
ning Bide in November, vote for Gov
ernor I !ui moii, fur the candidates as
sociated with him on tho stato ticket,
for a Doninci title nuijoilty of tho leg
islature In both brunches, and you
will havo dono your shnro toward
that long detdrod and much needed
thorough house-cleniilng. -
Can't Lone Dick.
Lnylln and JouiiIiikh are to inamigo
tho k. o. p. campaign In Ohio. T.Uut
Is a victory for General Soi.utor Dick
and will niako hltn n very hi ."go fig
uio In tho campaign. Mansflold
0-O O' O O C C--C- f0-00'
SAW COX FIRST.
Right aftor tho Columbus con
vention tho following dispatch
vuH published In a number of
Ohio paponi: '
Cincinnati, O., Aug. 2. War
ren G. Harding had a conference
with Boss Cox here last night.
Harding claims the meeting, had,
no political significance, as ho
was here on business for his pa
per and called to thank Cox for
his support In the convention.'
He refused' to discuss the Cox
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8 FULFILLED IN DETAIL 8
Read tho following editorial, which
Is roprlntod verbatim Just as It ap
peared In tho Marlon Mirror of Jan.
"Governor Harmon has let it
bo known that he Is not going to
stand Idly by and watch tho Re
publican bosses In Ohio run btato
alTalro. lie Intends to tako tho
bull by tho horns and upset a
fow ot their plans nnd among
tho very Hist will bo establish
ing some order In tho lonnlng ot
stato money to tho banks. But
this Is only tho beginning. Ho
Is going to do KOino othor things
nnd among them is an Inquiry
Into tho way of doing business in
Cincinnati end Unmllton county.
Governor Harmon Is Just tho
kind of a govornor Ohio has boon
looking for and when ho gets
tin ouch stirring things up nnd
Btralghtonlng thorn out, tho peo
plo will rocognlzo his value."
Although that editorial 'was writ
ten and published n year ago last
Janunry, when Govornor Harmons
udmlnlstrutlou was only lo days old,
so completely has It boon verlllod In
ovory detail that It may bo set down
now us a prophecy fullllled.
It Is a credit and honor to the
Btuto of Ohio to hnvo a governor who
so completely moasurod up. to tho ox
poctattons of tho people, und tho re
election ot Governor Harmon In No
vember will signify that tho peoplo
oi u not ungrateful to a faithful pub
S DICK THE DYNAMO g
OF G.O.P. CAMPAIGN
Senator f Ich boosts to havo a good
deal to say about tho kind ot cam
paign ho and Harding and tho Taft
Junta Intend to conduct this fall.
According to Dick, tho light will
bo mado upon national Issues and a
call to stand by thd administration
of President Taft. Llttlo la to bo
said about stato Issues, becauso It Is
recognized that tho administration ot
Govornor Harmon prosonts no point
which can bo siu'eesatully attacked,
although a detonulned effort will bo
made lo nilareproBont tho govornor
In every way possible.
Harding Is to sot the paco for tho
cumpalgu speakers, Lnylln Is to sit
on tho lid at eAimpalgn headquarters
and keop tho hot-heads cool by his
Icy presence, and Dick is to pull tho
wires from Washington through clan
dostluo headquarters at Akron, with
a vlow to capturing a majority of tho
legislature It posslblo to ratify tho
Indorsement given him at tho pri
maries last May as a Ropubllcan can
didate for senator.
Solution Is Easy.
Harding makes tho Issuo that tho
rotors must voto for him to "stand
by Taft." Voting for Harding Is also
Voting to stand by Cox, who stood by
Harding who stands by Cox. Thon
hoio conies Roosovolt, who has his
friends In Ohld, and who will want
to stand by hlni. Tho solution is sim
ple and American: voto to stand by
Ohio. Vot for Governor Harmon
Annual Reunion '
of Phillips Family.
The fourteenth annual reunion of
tho Phillips family was held In tho
beautiful grovo on tho well-kept farm
of It. K. Phillips, C miles north of He
bron, Ind. Tho morning wns a little
unpleasant but tho family with neigh
bors and friends began to gather and
by their smiles and pleasant greetings
it could be seen thoy had laid aside tho
sordid propensities and cares and'
coucorns of tho farm, tho Btoro and
tho olllco and had given themselves
up to tho festivities of tho day, all on
ploasuro bent. It was good to sec tho
Duckeycs, Hooslers, Suckers and Mis-
sourlans mingling together as ono fam
ily; everybody happy, tho old forget
ting ago, tho young JoyouB and happy.
Tho crowd was estimated from 600 to
600, representing every branch and
avocation of tho very largo. family- and
tho best intelligence of neighbors and
Tho Phillips family 1b widely scat
tered and hence theso occasions are
rendered more sociable and moro ap
preciated. Four states were repre
sented; ranging in ago from tho lit
tle tot not yet to tho first mllo-stono in
life's fitful journey, to tho octogenar
ian. Aunt Eliza Hlpsley is tho oldest,
halo and hearty; ficr 8G years seem
to set lightly on her shoulders. That
other monarch of the forest, Colonel
Nimrod Headiugton, tho swayed by
the winds of 83 years, wo hope ho may
yet be spared to meet with us noxt
year, near the place of. his birth, tho
spot he loves so well. Nor would wo
forget that othor Hon of tho Phillips
tribe, tho shorn of his strength, .Tudgo
J. W. Headington, sits majestically in
his Invalid chair surrounded with kind
ness and best wishes of all.
At 11:15 President R. K. Phillips
called for order and In a neat,, humor
ous llttlo speech dispelled tho gloom
of the morning and set tho pace for
tho day. The family led by tho Doono
Grovo choir and the Hebron orchestra
sang that grand old song ''America".
Rev. Brown followed with a very ap
Song "To Shady Woodland Stealing"
by tho Boone Grovo choir and Hebron
William Phillips In a fow well
chosen words gavo all a hearty
welcorao and made thorn feel It was
good to be there.
Song "Hear Dem Bells" by tho
Doono Grove Quartette.
'Glldo Schottlscho" by tho Hobron
DInnor was now ready and a boun
tiful feast It surely was, consisting of
almost everything eatable. Tho Hoos-
ler women certainly did their part to
provide for and entertain relatives and
friends. About 1 hour was spent In
feeding tho hungry, talking over
o vents nnd prospects for tho futuro;
a story horo and a Joko thoro, while
chicken bones wero flying and tho
good things disappearing.
Tho ball gamo commenced and .ill
hdrry to tho grounds to see tho gamo
between two crack teani3, Bonno Grovo
and Lo Roy. Each expected to havo
tho scalp of tho other on tho willow
tre, but at tho ond of tho 7th Inning
tho scoro stood 2 lo 2. All woro
young men of physical mnnhood and
gentlemen In doportment, nnd whon
tlmo was called dropped their bats
and hurried to tho stand.
Aftor nearly 3 hours of feasting, vis
iting and games tho President called
for order and a short but Interesting
program was rendored.
Song "Rlvor ot Beauty" Doono
Addross, Itev. Paxton. After a fow
pleasantries ho made an eloquent plea
for tho beauties of a good name, which
recolved a heaity response
"Den Hur Uhaiiot Race", Rendered
by. tho Hebron Orchestra brought down
tho vory woods.
Recitation "So did I," nicely io
cited by Mabello Hulllnger.
Address Rov. Drown, In quto a
humorous vein, taking our record and
tracing us back to tho namo of Mince
nnd making us tho originators of
mlnco pies. All woro woll pleased
with IiIb jolly manner.
Song, "Undo Nod" Doono Grovo
Music, "As tho Train Dolled Away,"
by tho Hebron Orchestra.
At tho ond of thp program a voto
of thanks was glvon to tho Choir and
Orchestra for tholr vory fluo msulc.
Thoso from a dlstanco woro; Mrs.
Eliza Hlpsloy, Mt. Vernon, O.; J. J.
Stofor and wife, Mt. Vornon, 0 Joshua
Phillips, Mt. Vernon, 0., Mrs. Ethel
Murray und daughtor, Mt. Vornon, 0.,
Miss Alsa Carson, Mt. Vornon, 0 T.
Denton Phillips and wifa, Frederick
town, 0 Mrs. T. W. Moiison, Froder
icktown, O., II. W. Phillips, Frederick
town, 0C. It. Phillips, wife. and.
daughtor, Lima, O., Mrs. Levi Phillips,
Denver Dam, O., Mrs. Rast Hubpr,
Dluffton, 6,, Itoubon T. Phillips, wlfo-j
and daughtor, Nappanneo, Ind., Maiy
Ann Penrose, Nappaneo, Ind., Mrs.
Soil Edgar, Chicago, III., Mrs. Clarence
mlck, Chicago, 111., Mr.Ueo. Armentrout
and wife. Shelbyvlllo, Mo., A. P. Phill
ips, I'-lndlay, O.,
OHleeis"' elected for 1011 woro Go.
I'nVdout, Geo. W. Shipley.
Vico Presidents, W. D Shlploy, T.
Secretary, A. P. Pillllps.
Reunion ,for 1D11 will bo held in
Knox county, Ohio.
TIiuh ended one of tho hnpploit
events; all woll pleased with tho flnu
vocal und Instrumental music and the
very appropriate addresses. With
neighbors and friends nil listened to
tho sweet -strains ot that grand old
parting song "God Do With You Till
Wo Moot Again."
Benediction by Rev. Caxon.
A. P. P.
Mr. Alby Fleming delightfully en
tertained at his homo on North Gay
strcot on Tuesday evening,. About
twenty-flvo guests wero present to en-
Joy tho evening which was spent in
games and music. Delicious refresh
ments were sorved.
Mr. Chauncoy A. Starmer and Mias
Jennie I. Mickel, both of this city,
wore united in marriage at the resi
dence ot Rev. F, E. Drhilnstool, Sat
urday evening at 8 o'clock. They wero
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Mlckol, parents of tho bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Starmer will reside at
1009 W. Vino St., where they will bo
at home to their many friends.
Mr. Starmer is a lifo long resident
of Mt. Vernon, nnd has for a number
of years been engaged with tho C. G.
Cooper Co., as machinist.
Only a little cold in the head may
ho the beginning of an obstinate caso
of Nasal Catarrh. Drive out tho in
vader with Ely's Cream Dalm applied
straight to the inilamed stuffed up
air-passages. Price 50c. If you pre
fer to use an atomizer, ask fo'r Liquid
Grehm Dalm. It has all tho good
qualities of the solid form of this rem
edy and will rid you of catarrh or hay
fever. No cocaino to breed a dread
ful habit. No mercury to dry out tho
secretion. Prlco 75o with soraylng
tube. All druggists, or mailed by Ely
Dros., 5G Warren Street, New York.
FOR SALE Flno grain and stock
farm in Knox county. MVA acres lov-
el land; good 0-rooin fiaino dwelling,
3 good barns and tool house, all
painted; good orchard; threo good
wells and wind pump; good gas woll
paying ?200 per annum and frco gas;
fine location In good community, V4
m,llo to school, oho mllo to church;
R. D. and telephone To closo an
estate will sell at tho vory low prlco
of ?C5 per aero. Farm can bo divided
if necessary. Call or address J. E.
Lttzonburg, executor, II. D. 4, Center
burg, Ohio. Doll 'phono 402.
FARMS .FOR SALE 50 acres, 3&
miles from city, price $3,500. Also a
stock and grain farm, containing 250
acres, has tour producing gas wells.
Now 9-room dwelling. Prlco ?52 per
aero. Stream & Rimer, tt
Mr. Ray Hyatt of Columbus la
Bponding several days In Mt. Vornon
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
A Reliable Remedy
Thq descendants of Marvin Tracy
will hold tholr reunion on Sunday,
September 11, nt thu home of George
Horn, in Harrison township.
Tho pupils of Miss Sallio Har
ris ot Dladensburg will give a recital
at tho Union Grovo church near
.Dladensburg on Saturday evening,
The Lash of a Fiend
would have beon about as welcomo to
A. Cooper of Oswego, N. Y., as a mer
ciless lung-racking cough that defied
all remedies for years. "It was most
troublesomo at night," ho writes,
"nothing helped mo until I used Dr.
King's New 'Discovery which cured
mo completely. I never cough nt
night now." Millions know Its match
less merit for stubborn colds, obstl
nato coughs, soro lungs, lagrlppe, as
thma, hemorrhages, croup, whooping
cough, or hay fever. It relieves quick
ly and nover falls to satisfy. A trial
convinces, 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Its positively guaranteed by G.
R. Daker, and F. Fink of Frederick
town. Every body is invited to como to
our Fair and meet your old friends
and have n rounlon you will never re
gret, This Is your fair. Como and
Miss Marguerite Paschall and Miss
es Hazel and Gladys Montis returned
to Columbus today after a pleasant
visit with relatives In the city.
Moot mo at tho Knox County fair.
Ely's Cream Balm
li quickly uorbt3.
Gives Rellel si Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
hoals and protects
tho diseased mora.
brane resulting from Catarrh and drives
away a Gold in the Head quickly. Restores
tho Senses of Tasto and Small. Full sizo
50 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
Cream Balm for uso in atomizers 75 cts.
Ely Brothers, 50 "Warren Street, New York.
KNOX GO. TEACHERS'
Meetings for the examination ot
teachers will be held at tho
CENTRAL SCHOOL Bldg.
Mt. Veronn, Ohio,
Tho first Saturday of every month
The third Saturday of April and the
second Saturday in May. Examination
will commence at 8:00 o'clock, a. m.
Address all communications to the
Clerk of Board of Examiners.
Organization ot Board:
p. M. BARDER, President,
Mt Vernon, O.
' W. W. BORDEN, V. Pres.,
O. M. GRUBB, Clerk,
and Bottlo the presidential matter In , mlnl ni.iJ? 'in'' m Mn,
a presidential yoar.-Fostotia Times. riomlnA Chicago, III., Mrs. McCor-
NAJURE FAKING AGAIN
A commercial traveler driving from
town to to.wn through the pino woods
of Florida saw a drove ot emaciated
rnzorback hogs running wildly from
tree to treo. Ho halted at tho pay
ings of a "cracker's" homo, and ask
ed n Avoman hi a sunbonnot what was
tho matter with ilio swine.
"Woll, yoit seo," tho woman explain
ed, "my old man Is deaf and dumb,
and whon ho wanted to call tho hogs
to their swill ho learned them to como
when ho tapped on ono of tho trees.
It worked nil right when thoy first
got learned, but now them woodpeck
ers Is makln' tho poor things run their
legs off." Everybody's Magazine
A Man of Iron Nerve
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King's Now Lifo Pills, tho matchless
regulators, for keen brain nnd strong
body. 25c at G. R. Daker, and F.
Fink of Fredericktown.
L, B. HOUCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offloo Rogers building, No. Ill S. Mala
street, Mt. Vornon, Ohio. Rooms 2
and 3, second floor.
PRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All business of legal naturo glvem
prompt attention nnd especially to
practice In tho Prnbuto Court. Office,
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O.
Now 'Phone, Offlco 104; Residence, 354
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
and oxchanged. Properties rented and
rents collected. Fire insuranco a spe
cialty. Representing 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident Insuranco,
llvo stock insuranco. Plato glass In
surance, automobile Insurance, in fact
wo can insure any property you may
havo. Surety bonds of aU kinds. Call
and Bee us. Room 1 SIpo bldg.. South
Main st. Clt. 'phono No. 447 Dlack;
Bell 253 R.
D. P. & J. D. EWING
David F. EWing John D. Ewing
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
Ofllco, Kirk building, cornor Main
street, and Public Square, Mt. Ver
If you o.wn anything, have
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN
18 E. Gambler St. Mt. Vornon, O.
Citizens' 'Phono 231 Red
E. C. BEGGS
Ofllco in Arnold block corner ot
East Hlefi street and Monument
Square Mt. Vornon, Ohlo.
vnn ion' rnn't heat biscuits made nutan
I CloM Medal Flour," no aah. Mjuoix;
C. K. CONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHY8ICIAN AND
Offlco and residence, 18 East Vino nt.
Citizens' 'phone, 52. Ofllco hours: '2
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. in.
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