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SHORT LOCALS
Eggs 2C, butter 34c.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. A. Kollcy spent
the dny In Mansflcld.
Latest styles In Indies linnd bags nt
fiOc and up at Woolson's.
Mr. William Wondorly of Lancaster
was In the city today on business.
Mr. Robert M. Greer left this after
noon for Cincinnati, O., on business.
Hindoo and Tower turbhns on'dls
Jilay nt McIIale's millinery opening
Friday, Sept. 30th.
Mr. B. N. Graham of Milwaukee Is
spending several days in Mt. Vernon
the guest of friends. l
Mrs. Delia Moyer of Cincinnati Is
spending several days with friends In
and near Mt. Vernon.
Nowest designs In beltings at Wool
son's. Mrs. Horner of Oberlln, Ohio, Is
spending severnl days In Mt. Vernon,
the guest of relatives.
Miss Anna Purcell of Cleveland Is
the guest. of her sister, Mrs. Agnes J.
Tlghe, East Front street.
Mr. B. E. Hnrdacro of Macon, Ga.,
tpent Sunday in Mt. Vernon, tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sapp.
Mrs, W. It. Eloy and daughter, Vir
ginia, of Washington, D. C, nre tho
guests of Dr. nfid Mrs. T. h. Eley.
See tho ladles' neckwear depart
ment at Woolson's. Everything now in
jabots, 'Dutch collars, bows and nich
ing. Mr. Frank J, D'Arccy of Cloveland,
formerly of Mt. Vernon, spent Satur
day and Sunday with friends In tho
city.
Wythe & Ogg will have their Mil
linery opening on Friday, Sept. 30.
Special exhibit of pattern and tailored
hats.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ifoggy of Dubois,
Pa., nre tho guests of their nunt, Mrs.
Emma Tlbblts. C18 West Gambler
street.
Miss Edna Charlton has returned
from Akron nfter n Bovernl weeks'
visit 'with Mr. und Mrs. It. F. Ly
bnrgcr. Flower pots. Woolson's.
'Squlro Herbert C. Wood has gono
to Cincinnati where- ho will tnko treat
ment In a sanitarium for nervous,
trouble.
Mrs. Ilehccca Gordon of Springvlllo,
Ift., is spending sovcrnl days with her
hi other, Mr. William Dunlnp of near
Brandon.
Mrs. John Kirsch of Mnnmiold spent
Sunday-in Mt. Vernon thoj;ii(Ht of hor
sister, Mrs. Clara Diol, of West' Gam.
bier street. .
Clougb for sowing machines. tf
Mr. J. O'F. I.lttlo of Pittsburg, Pii.,
spent Sunday In tho city tliu miest of
Mr. und Mrs. Hobert Clurko, Nortli
Main street. '"
Mr. N. U C. Kachelnuichi-r of Co.
'lumbus spent Mondny In Mt. Vernon
Jn tho Interest of tho Mt. Vernon Hall
way and Light Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Iloozo returned
to their homo in Akron Monday morn
ing after spending Sunday with rela
tives In Mt. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Todd and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oswell Todd, tho latter of
Port Alleghenoyv Pu spent Sunday
Jn Columbus, tho guests of fiends.
Mr. Charles Sapp returned to Gam
(bier, wheru ho Is attending Kenyon
OSllege, Monday morning after spend
ing Sunday with his parents In Mt.
Vernon.
Miss Fforonco llrcroton left Sunday
evening for her homo In Salem, Ohio,
nfter an extended visit at tho homo of
Mr .and Mrs. Philip llreroton.of North
Gay street.
Fresh candy and fresh crackers.
Great reductions In cans and fruit Jars.
Best cash prleo for number one fiesh
butter nnd eggs. Vernon's groeory,
No. 3 East Vine strout.
Mr. Philip Wult'ors left Monday
soon for his homo In Now York City,
nfter making an extruded ylslt at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs, S. II. Potorman
of East Gambler street.
Mrs. W. C. Cooper, Mrs. .lames Is
rael, Mrs, Edward Dunnlck, Miss Flor
ence Seymour, MIbs Mary Seymour
and Miss Lizzie Elliott spent tho day
With Mtb. HobtiliiB near Centerburg.
Kirk & Jackson havo a full lino, of
uw hair puffs und curls, switches and
inflators. 15 E. Gnmblur St.
. Mr. und Mrs. Fred McConnell and
daughter, Mary, and Mrs, J. S, McCon
nell arrived homo Saturday night from
Torchlight, Kentucky. Mr. McConnell
"will return to To'rchllght In u fow
days,
Miss MeWllllnms has opened dross
making parlors at 004 E. High' street,
and will bo pleased to consult pat
rons from 2; 00 to 4:00 p. m., or by
appointment. Citizens'' 'phono 111
lied. , tf
Mrs, John W. Spltzor and daughter,
Miss Wlllla, lmvo-returned to Colum
bus Softer spending Sunday nt tholr
homo, 210 South Mulberry Htreot. Miss
Spltzor has chnrgo of tho olllco of tho
Standard Insurance company whlo
hit brother Is away on his wedding
trip. - 4
mMtikk
Mr. J. L. Cable of Lima. Ohlp, spent
friends and relatives.
Mr. Frank Tlgho spent Sunday in
Newark the guest of friends.
Mr. Italph D'Arcy of Cleveland vis
ited In tho city Saturday and Sunday.
Dining room girl wanted at Mans
field's restaurant, 102 W. High St. tf
Mr. Henry Stanbury of Cincinnati
spent Sunday In Gambler tho guest of
friends,
Mr. J. S. Metzgar of Columbus spent
Monday In Gambler, tho guest of
friends.
Miss lluella Trlmblo of DaTivlllo
spent Sunday In Gambler tho guest of
friends.
See the lino of new art goods at
Misses Kirk and Jackson, 15 E. Gam
bler street.
Mr, Hobert Gorsuch of Columbus
spent Monday In Gambler tho guest of
his parents,
Mr. O. ifansoni went to Utlca Mon
day morning to attend to some busi
ness mntters.
Mr. Preston Rouch of Centerburg
spent Sunday In Mt. Vernon with
friends and relatives.
Mr. Patrick Brannlngnn has return
ed from Columbus whero he attended
tho grand circuit races.
Mr. Kenneth Campbell of East High
street went to St. Louisville, Ohio,
Monday noon on business.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Rlngwalt
left this afternoon for New York City
for n stay of throo weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Plckard of
Mt. Vernon spent Sunday In Bran
don, tho guests of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dixon of Maren
go spoilt Sunduy In Sparta tho guests
of Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Larlmoro.
Miss Nelllo McKown has nccepted
a position at tho McIIalo millinery
store.
Mr. E. I. Secor of West Gambler
street underwent nn operation iat tho
Mt. Vernon hospltnl on Monday morn
ing, i
MIbs Cnrcta Mastellor returned to
her home In Cleveland Sunday after
a throo weeks' visit with relatives In
tho city. .
LOST A bock comb on tho road be
tween Aft. Vernon and Frodorlqktown
Sunday. Finder please notify Banner
olllee.
Mr. Nathaniel Jenkins of Green Val
ley, left Sundoy evening for Des
Moines, Iowa, whero ho' will mako an
extended visit with -relatives.
Miss Mary Ilarker of Mt. Vernon
has returned tojier home after a sov
oral' days' visit with hor brother, Mr.
William Hurkor, of near Brandon.
Tho M'ssos Bell and Lllu Butcher
and Lqnu Hunter of Brandon spent
Sunday with Mr, nndMrS. Harry Pat
ton, who reside just south of Ilomor.
Mrs. T. II. Hlckctts, who has been
tho guest'1 of Mrs, Marthu Benin nnd
daughters, North, Main street, return
ed to her homo In Columbus this utter
noon. Mr. nnd Roy Moroy and Mr. and
'Mrs. Elmer Wlllams nnd sou, Harold,
of near Brandon spent Sunday in Ap
pleton, Ohio, tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Albej-t Long.
Call np Woolson's Btore, telephone
No, 29, for uverythlng In fruit can
ning supplies. C. O. D. deliveries
cheerfully and promptly made freo to
all parts of the city.
Mrs, I), C, Baxter of Brandon spent
Saturday nnd Sunday In Mt. Vornon
with friends. While In Mt. Vernon,
Mrs. Baxter attended the County Sun
day School convention.
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Thompson
of this city, who have been spending
two months traveling ubrdud. aro now
on the ocean on tho return voyogo and
aro expected liomu about tho first of
October.
Mr. Claronco Honey woll, who has
been through tho wost, Canada nnd
Alaska, and who has been vIMtlng Mr.
P. 1), Proper and family and other rel
atives, has gone to DenlRon, Texas to
visit his mother.
Miss Alice Shaw nnd Miss Floronco
Cochran (linvo returned from a visit
wltli Mrs. G, A. Henley of Wooster
and Mrs. Orvlllo Wolr of Mansllold.
Mrs. Henley was foriuorly Miss Mil
dred Sapp of Mt. Vornon. '
Mrs, Ermine Schooloy of Sparta Is
conllncd to her homo by a severe at
tack Of IlltlOHH.'
Mrs, B. F. Hammond of Millwood
spont Saturday In . Mt. Vornon tho
guest of friends,
Mr,uml Mrs. Rollln Johnson sof But
ler spent Friday in Mt. Vernon with
relatives and frlonds.
Mrv Floyd IIuuub of Butler spent
Friday In Mt. Vornon ntendlng to
Bonio business mutters.
Miss Minnie Hayes of Buckoyo City
Is spending severnl days In Martins
burg, tho guest of friends,
Mr. Earl Hayos of Homer spent
Snturday In Mt. Vornon nttondlng to
some matters of business.
Mrs. Flora Wolmor of Danvlllo Is
nttondlng tho Sunday school conven
tion which Is being held hi Mt. Ver
non.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Sporry of Mt. Vor
non spont Saturday In Danvlllo tho
guests of Mrs.' Sperry's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Pnrrlsh.
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DIVORCE
Filed' By Mory C, Cass
Against Budd 0, Cass
On Grounds Of Cruelty And
Gross Neglect
The iiess Will Has Been Filed
in Probate
Several Transcripts Filed In
Common Pieas
Other Notes Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Mary C. Cass lins commenced a suit
for divorce In tho court of common
pleas of -Knox county ngalnst Budd
O. Cass. Tho plaintiff states they were
married In this city on October G, 190G,
nnd that no children were born to
them. She 'charged tho plaintiff with
gross neglect nnd nlleges that ho has
failed to supply her with the necessi
ties of life. Tho allegation is made
that tho defendant left homo on July
7, 1010, saying ho was going to New
ark, O,, to work, but In reality ho went
to Chicago ntid left tho plaintiff with
out nny means of support. She states
that she furnished the defendant tho
sum of $000 nnd started him in busi
ness In Mt. Vernon, but on account of
his laziness and dissipation ho spent
all tho money. Sho alleges cruelty
and states that on nccount of the ac
tion of the defendant she Is extremely
nervous nnd unablo to work. She asks
for a dlvorco and that sho may bo
restored to her mnldon name, Mary A.
Baker. Lewis B. Houck Is the attor
ney for tho plaintiff.
The Hess Will
Tho last will and testnment of Lu
clndn Hess, lato-of Mt. Vernon, has
boon llled in probato. Sho gives her
homestead on West Vino street nnd nil
her personal effects to her husband,
II. C. Hess, and directs that after his
death tho property Is to bo sold at pub
lic or prlvato salo and tho proceeds di
vided equally among John Clifford
Oury, a young boy who has mndo his
homo with tho testatrix, and tho fol
lowing brothers and sisters: Simon
Mowory, Jacob Mowroy, Carolln Soum,
Emma Trimble, Mnrgaret Young. Sar
ah Hess, Elizabeth Cochran, Eliza
Shollenbnrgor. Certain porsonnl ef
fects aro given to John Oury. II. 11.
and ft. M. Greer aro named ns exec
utors of tho will which was signed
November 29, 1007, In tho presence of
Northa C. Draper and Martha A.
Krlng.
A codicil dated September 10, 1910,1
witnessed by II. II, Greer nnd Martha
A. Spoliti, revokes tho bequest mado
to John Clifford Oury.
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Executor Brings Suit
Frank Moore, executor of tho Inst
will and testament of Elizabeth Mills,
has commenced suit In tho court of
common pleas of Knox county ngnlnst
Monroe Mills and 29 other defendants.
Tho suit Is brought for tho purposo of
obtaining tho direction of tho court
respecting tho trust and property to
be administered and tho rights of tho
Into Elizabeth Mills. Walght & Moore
nro tho attornoys for tho plaintiff.
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First and Fnlal
A llrst and llnnl account has been
filed in probato by Frank II. Lewis,
administrator of Sarah E. Lewis,
showing tho following: Received $350,
paid oiit the sumo amount.
Transcripts Filed
In tho case of John Douglass Co,,
vs. Garflleld Snow, a transcript has
boon llled from the court of 'Squlro
Herbert C. Wood, whoro tho plaintiff
socured a Judgmont for $32.25.
In tho case of tho Peoplo's Savings
Bank Co. vb. O. Ransom and J. II. Ran
som, n transcript has boon filed In tho
court of common plons from tho court
of 'Squlro Wood whero tho plaintiff
secured n Judgment for $67.00.
hi tho ense of Ebn L. Lonoy vs. H, O
Porter, a transcript has been llled In
tho court of common picas from tho
court of 'Squlro J. II, Dickie of Mor-
rls township whoro tho plaintiff secur
ed a Judgment for costs.
In tho enso of Wlllloin II. Clarke, ns
receiver, vs. Anthony Sch(appncas8e,
a transcript has boon llled in the court
of common plens from tho court of
'Squlro Ilortor whqro tho plaintiff se
cured iv Judgmont for $14.15,
In the case of Win. IL West vs. Ed
ward P. Chrlstel ond Pearl M. Chris
tel u transcript has been Jllod, from
tho cWt of 'Squire Wood wheje tho
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iwiiifiiaifl
Acn
In thn fMln rF f.nneiitnnl,nn
conccntratetI,easilydigcsted fi
nourishment is necessary. K
" r or J5 years tJ
Scott's Emulsion
lias been tho standard, 4
world-wide treatment for k
Consumption. All Druiglcts jjjj
MJKSSI
plaintiff
$50.08.
secured a Judgment for
Action For Money
Ransom Brothers, meat dealers,
have brought an action on an account
In tho court of common pleas against
Frank O. Levering and Byrdess Lev-
ering. The nmount claimed Is $14.87.
The attorney for the plaintiff Is W. A.
llosaclt.
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Marriage Licenses
Walter E.' Gregory, machinist, nnd
Edna C. MIckel, both of Mt. Vernon.
Wade Wright, laborer, and Rosa
Hill, both of Brandon.- The Rev. A.
B. Williams.
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Deed Filed
Clayton 11. Bishop to Dplly Ash-
bntigh, lot 17, C. B. & O. B. Messmore's
add., Centerburg, $175.
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Second Partial '
A second partial acocunt has been
filed in probato by II. W. Jacobs,
guardian of Charles Jacobs, showing
the following: Received $80, paid out
the same amount.
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Deeds Filed
M. G, Levering ot-nl. to W. B. Mann,
C.S4 acres, Wayne, $1,308.
Anna M. Sutton et nl. to Mary Ann
Hoar, lot 37, Israel & Devin add., Mt.
Vernon, $1,200.
.
Quick climatic changes try strong
constitutions and cause, among other
evils, nasal catarrh, a trouble
some and offensive disease. Sneez
ing and smithing, coughing nnd dif
ficult breathing, and the drip, drip
of the foul discharge Into the throaty
all aro ended by Ely's Cream Balm,
This honesty remedy contains no co
caine, mercury, nor other harmful in
gredient. The worst enses yield to
treatment In a short time. All drug
gists, 50c, or mailed by Ely Bros., 50
Warren Street, Now York.
4.
RiEQUEST
Made For Another Com
mon Fleas Judge
In
The Knox-IMing-Del-aware
Sub-Division
Newark, O., Sept. 26 Tho Judges
of the sixth Jurdlclal district mot hero
Saturday. Measures wore discussed
for relieving tho congestion In tho
Licking county courts, which now
contnln upward of 500 civil coses. Tho
Judges fnco tho prospect of a vast
number of criminal actions, growing
out of the llot nnd lynching of last
July.
Last October an adjustment of the
times of holding court wns agreed up
on, but tho Nownrk conditions hnvo
slnco grown bo bad that tho Judges
will mako plana now for tho rest of
tho Judicial year which ends tho mid
dle of next month and nlso tcntntivo
arrangements for all tho ensuing year.
The subdlstrlct to which Licking,
Knox and Dolawnro counties belong,
him grown so populous that two Judges
nro no longer nblo to keepabreast of
tho docket and tho legislature will
likely bo appealed to for relief, asking
that anothor Judgo bo assigned.
Man Boxes
Tho P. O. Dopt. has Issued a
request that all persons receiv
ing mail should provldo them
selves with a suitable mall box.
AVo aro rollably Informed that
If tho request is not generally
compiled with that nn order will
bo sent out that mall must not
bo delivered unless thoro nro
proper boxes put up to receive
It. Wo have boxes In stock,
both safo and coiivonlent, that
will hold your mall and that
have been approved by tho Do
partmont. i RMflrdiis & Co. !
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CANE
RUSH
Won By Kenyon Freshmen
By A Clever Play
Of
In tho enno rush at Gambler Sat
urday afternoon the Freshmen liter
ally "put It ovor" tho Sophomores.
Whentho two classes lined up, tho
Freshmen were massed on their line,
while the Sophomores extended their
membership the full length of their
Hnq. When the signal was sounded
each side rushed forward, tho cano
being In the hands of Captnln Ander
son, who occupied n position In the
rear of the Freshmen. Just ns the
two classes were close together,
Captain Anderson turned a neat trick
by liurllng the cane Into the air over
tho heuds of the Sophomores, It land
ing n short distance Inside of tho line
of tho Sophomores. Before' the on
speeding Sophomores had realized
'tho clever' play and rovorsed them
selves, the Freshmen had secured pos
session of tho cane and carried It
across tho lino of the Sophomores.
The transaction lnsted but n few sec
onds, and was'all over before the spec
tators realized what had been done.
It was tho llrst time such a play had
been attempted at Kenyon.
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OBITUARY ;
j. 4. 4. 4. 4. j. .j. 4. 4. 4. . j ,5, 4.
Miss Nora Mulhane
Miss Nora Mulhane, formerly of Mt.
Vernon, died early Sunday morning
li St. Joseph's hospital, Parkcrsburg,
West Virginia, after an illness of
many weeks. Her death was duo to
tuberculosis. Tho deceased Was 50
years of age. Up until a fow yenrs
ago sho resided In this city. Sho Is
survived by two sisters nnd one broth
er, tho Rev. L. W. Mulhane of Mt. Ver
non. Tho funeral Tuesday morning
in Marietta and the interment will be
mndo In that city. ' Father Mulhane"
left Monday for that city to attend
tho funeral.
The Kelley Funeral
Tho remnlns of tho late John P. Kel
ley, whp died nt his homo In Kansas
City, Mo., aro expected to arrlvo In
Mt. Vernon Wednesday noon. The
body will bo taken to tho Clmppelear
chnpel and tho funeral services will
bo conducted nt 3 o'cIock, the Rev. Ira
J. Houston of tho Congregational
church o III dating. Interment will be
mado In Mound View cemetery.
Joseph Pflster
Joseph Pflster died nt ljls homo at
No. 211 South Mulberry street Sua
dny afternoon at about 3:30 o'clock at
tor a seven months' illness caused by
a complication of dlsenscs. He was
thirty-eight years of ago at tho tirao
of his death 'and Is survived by his
wife, Lotta M. Pflster and throo chil
dren. Tho funeral- at St. Vincent do
Paul's Catholic church Wednesday
morning at 8:30 o'clock, Rev. L. W.
Mulhano officiating. Interment in
Calvary cemetery.
Elizabeth J. Penrose
Elizabeth J. Penroso died at her
homo on East Burgess street on Sat
urday evening nt about eight o'clock
nfter a nine months' illness caused by
a cancer of tho stomach. Tho deceas
ed is survived by her husband, hor
mother and four children.
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J Society
News
Tier-Sea
Wedding
Word has boon received hero an
nouncing tho mnrrlago of Mr. Geqrgo
Tier of this city and Miss Llzzlq Sea,
which took placo atj.lck Creek,. Ken
tucky, Sept. 20.
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Wrlght-HIII
Wedding
Mr. Wndo Wright and Mrs. Rosa
Hill, both of Brandon wore united In
mnrrlago Saturday afternoon by tho
Rev. A. B. Williams at his ofllco In
tho McDormott building.
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Entertained
At Danville
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Mllligan and Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Jones delightfully en
tertained tho morabors, of their Sun
day school classes nt tho homo of tho
formor lit Danvlllo on Saturday oven
Ing, about thirty being present during
tho evening which was spont plnylng
games nnd In music. Dollclous ro
froshments wero served.
s 4.
Whon n man Is his own worst ene
my ho doesn't try to got oven.
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
GUILTY
Murder "Was Doctor
Crippcn Found
But Name Of Stenographer
Not Mentioned
London, Sept. 26 Dr. Crlppen waB
found guilty this morning of murder
ing his wife, Belle Elmee by the cor
oner's Jury. The name of Miss Le
neve, his stenographer, Is not mention
ed In the verdict.
Run Down By A Careless
Bicycle Rider
Joseph, the lnfan son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward McCormlck, sustained a
very unfortunate Injury on Friday af
ternoon. Tho child was In a baby bug
gy on the public square when a boy
apprdached rapidly on a bicycle. Tho
boy wns coasting and was evidently
not paying very close attention to ob
jects In front of him for he ran dl-
reotly into the baby buggy. Tho child
was thrown from the buggy nnd the
boy on tho bicycle pitched head fore
most over the handlbars of his ma
chine. Baby, baby buggy, bicycle and
boy were all piled in a heap and when
things were finally straightened out, It
was discovered that tho Infant receiv
ed a nasty gash over the left eye.
Tho wound bled profusely for some
tlpie, but was stopped by Dr. James F.
Lee, who dressed the wound.
4,
CABLE
Decides To Return To Ken
yon And Captain The Team
Mr. C. M. Cable of Lima, Ohio, who
was elected as captain of tho Kenyon
foot ball team for this season and who
was expected to bo unable to return
to college this year, has surprised his
many friends In the college by an
nouncing thai his plans havo been
changed and ho will return and take
chargo of tho team. This will dispell
the anxiety which has been felt as to
who will pilot the team through the
games In 1910. .
LEGAL NOTICE
Bmld O. Cass, whose residence is un
known, but whoso Inst known residence
wuh ChluiiKO, Illinois, Is hereby notified
that JInry A. Cass 1ms llled her petition
In tho Common Pleus Court of Knox
county, Ohio, against him for dlvorco and
other equltablo relief. Hnld causa will be
for hearing on or after the 10th day of
November, 1910.
Dated, September 2d, 1910.
I.KWIS B. HOUCK.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
9-:(l;10-4,n,lS,25;ll-lS
RAILROAD
TIME TABLES
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
B. & O. R. R.
East
No. 14 5:50 a. m.
No. 4 11:24 a. m.
No. 16 6:02 p. m.
No. 8 6:31 p. m.
West
No. 7 8:26 a.,m.'
No. 17 8:57 o. in..
No. 3 2:44 p. m.'
No. 15 10:10 p. m.
Nos. 16 and 17 dally except
Sunday. Other trains dally.
BABY
C, A. & C. R. R.
South Bound
No. 506 12:41 b. m.
No. 620 9:58 a. m.
No. 623 6;30 a. m.
No. 604 8:57 a. m.
No. 518 10:55 a. m.
No. 602 ,.12:25 p. m.
No. 608 6:10 p. m.
No. 600 9:37 p. m.
North Bound
No. 507 2:25 a. m.
No. 601 7:24 a. m.
No. 509 8:34 a. m.
No. 603 1:26 p. m.
No. 605 5:53 p. m.
Np. 619 6:52 p. m.
No. 621 7:10 p. m,
No. 623 (To Mt, Vornon
only) , 7:30 p. m.
Dally.
Dally except Sunday, "
Sunday ouly.
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4. W"X OCCUR 80ON J
i H f 'i" ! 'I' i 'i 4 4' ! "f i'
Tho meeting of Pomona Grango
for September will bo held on Sntur
day, October 1, at Plko Grange hall.
Applicants for tho fifth degree should
have their petition In by this time.
Tho meeting will bo In chnrgo of'Plko
Grango. Tho meeting plnco Is tho
Eaglo Grp'vo school houso In Pike
townshli.
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Thennnunl meeting of thoMt.Ver
non District of tho Znnesvlllo Presby
tcrlal Home nnd Foreign Mlsslpnary
Society will bo held In Homer Thurs
day, Sept. 29th. The first session be
gins at 10 a. m the afternoon session
will close nt 3:30. Good speakers havo
been secured and n largo attendance
Is earnestly desired.
The Knox County Agricultural
society will meet Thursday afternoon
at 1 o'clock at tho G. A. R . hall for
the, purpose of electing directors and
officers.
4.
FARM BARGAINS 131 acres with
nice, new house of 8 rooms, large
barn and outbuildings and 15 acres of
good timber. This farm lays good,
has a fertile soil, Is closo to school
and church. Located 5 miles out on
excellent road. Only $65 per acre. W.
C. Rockwell. , tf
Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Conard and Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Stream of this city
spent Sunday In Sparta, tho guests of"
Mrs. Mary Liggett.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Farm of 32
acres. Good buildings. Lots of fruit.
$2,500. W. C. Rockwell & Bro. tf
win
What Governor Denocn, of tlllnolo,
bays Aoout it:
Ooyornor Dcnccn, of Illinois, cn niep-
,riaa oi inuu in MipKntclitman.
ununua. Jlo Dm said la
au Internum
A nn American I am
dolichto 1 to teo tho re
mnrLfihla nrncrniM ni
Western OjinnUfi. Oar
rooplo nre flocking ncrosi
tho boundary in thou
sands, and I havo not ret
mot ono vrlio admitted
ho had, mndo n mistake.
They aro all dolus well.
There is ecnrcHv a com
munity In tho Allddlo or
uestern Dinics mnc naa
not a rt preventative In Manitoba,
baskrttehawan or Alberta."
125 Million Bushels of
Wheat in 1909
Wcatnrn Onnfttln Sold crop for
1SKJ9 will tiMUjloM to tho form,
or 17(,0()0,000.(IO In null.
1'roo Jioinefttcmlsof lUOacrpfl.
and pre-emptions or 1(10 acre
t ifll.oo nu nero. lUllwny and
nnd Comnnnles lmvo land fnr ealo
nt rpiwonahln prlcea. Slimy farm
ers Imvo'iMilit for tliclr liuicl out
of tho prnfoods of ono crop.
cici'lli'iit railway fnt llltloa.low
id I'lininic. goou pi
railway rut lilt I
iteR. wood, wnli
irc'iKiii nui'K. womi. n
lumber enMly obtained,
1MIV nlitnlniMl. ,
For pamphlot "Lnst Host West,
particular, as to ealtnblo location
ond low eettlers' rate, apply to
tiup't of Immigration. Ottawa,
Can., or to Cunsdlan Gov't Agent.
H. M. WILLIAMS,
413 Gardner Hide.,
Toledo, Ohio
(Use address nearest yoa.) 1
esaeeese(9ssa9a
Safe Business Methods
! Have TheirlOrigin in
a Bank Account
a
e
Or all the successful men
you never knew, nearly all
placed their money In the
bank each day, and paid their
accounts by check.
In this way the bank does
your book-keeping and every
cancelled check Is returned to
you and may bo preserved as a
receipt.
s
AVo furnish pass' book and
checks freo with first de-
posit.
The
Gambier Banking Co.
I Gambier, Ohio
A991
! TAYLOR'S
! BEST
I FLOUR'
It's Good Very Good
We sell all kinds Peed
Sole Agents
Purina Poultry Feeds
The best known feed for ! '
I chicks or chickens
! The Northwestern
Elevator & Mill Co.
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