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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910
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f" .f 4
Rale From The White Plague
As Shown In The Census
Which Has Been Issued From
Mortality From Cancer And
Is Also Shown To Be On
Washington, D. C," Sept. 27 While
tho total number, 81,720, ot deaths
from tuberculosis lu 1909 was greator
than for any preceding year and ex
ceeded by 3,431 the number, 78,289,
compiled for 1908, the dealh rate, In
tho CcnsuB nuroftu'H death registra
tion states and cities, showed a do
cllno from 173,9 in 1908 to 1C7.5 per
100,000 ostlmated population In 1909,
as reported In the foi tliconilng Cen
sus llureau bulletin on moilallty sta
'tlstlcs prepared by Or. Cressy L. Wil
bur, chief statistician for vital statist
ics, and submitted to Dhoclor Dur
aiul. Tho 1909 rato Is the lowest on rec
ord for tho census leglslratlon area,
although it should be rciuciuheied
that tho rates for this area, to which
largo nddltious were mado in 1!)06,
1908, and 1909, may not be strictly
comparnblo thioughout tho period cov
ered with lespect to constitution of
population. The addition of tho now
registration state of Ohio for 1909,
for example, by bringing In a consider
able rural population with a normal
ly low death rato from tuberculosis,
would tend to depress tho death rato
from this cause for the registration
area as a whole.
, It is romarkable, the bulletin states,
that tho aggregate of registration ci
ties, which Ib not affected by tho
transfer of cities from tho group of
cities In non-registration states to tho
group ot cities In icgiBtratloh states,
shows practically the samo number,
54,401, of deaths for 1909 as for 1908,
which was 154,400, or n decreaso of on
ly G deaths.
Excluding Ohio, which Is shown on
ly for 1909, 11 of tho 17 legislation
states for which d.vla aro given pre
sented numerical decroases in deaths
from tuhorculosls for 1909 as com
pared with 1908, the largest holii for
Now York (41!,) and Hhodo Island
(107). Deaths from tubuiculosls' In
creased lu Washington (91) and Cull
fornla (78) among the 0 states show
lug moio deaths fiom this ciiuho.
Among tho laigei clllos tho chief flue
tualldus were Increases of 8C for St.
Louis, Mo., !1 for Minneapolis, Minn.,
r.8 for Toledo, Ohio,, and tiG for Now
Havon, Conn.; .slfiiillle.-uit fiom their
smnll amount; while deei eases of 2:22
occurred for Nov Yoilt, N. Y., 101 foi
Philadelphia, Ii., and 119 for Now
Oi loans, I.a.
Qanor showed a much gi outer pro
portional Incioaso lu tho number of
deaths than tubiMculoslH, lining fiom
33,105 for 1908 to .I7,nca for 1909. Tho
death rato luci eased fiom 7i.3 to
77, tho latter being tho highest crude
death ruto from cancer linn far to
coided for the roglstiatlou .irouxf the
It should be lememliered, tho bul
letin points out, Hint cancer Is ouu of
tho diseases having a peculiar ngo dis
tribution for which tho study of crudo
death rates Is apt to le especially mis
leading, and until direful analysis
can bo mado of tlm flnti. with refer
ence to tho population details availa
ble after tho compilation ot the census
of tho present year, It will bo wIbo to
limit lufoiences to the fact that tho
number of deaths so imported and tho
ciudo rate from this cause show a
constant tendency to increase from
year to year. The piobablllty of more
nccurnto statement of this disease as
h causo of death by attending physi
cians must be tuUeu Into cousldera-
1 tlon, and tho fact that tho saving of
livor from tuberculosis and other pro-
. ventablo diseases of early or middle
lifo would leave more persons subject
to cancor at tho cancer ages, and thus
Increase tho total number of deaths
from this cause and tho crudo cancer
, rato, although the actual Incidence of
tho rtiseaso at tho various periods of
' lifo may not have been altered ma
Tho distribution of cancor accord
ing to location on tho body shows lit-
-tie change except a diminution of tho
residual group duo to more uccurato
'statements of physicians, All eeitlll-
cates ot death by cancor should state,
whenever ascertainable, tho site of
origin of tho disease.
Tho uniform tendency to increase
tho numbor of deaths roported from
cancor Is shown In the totals report
ed for the registration states and ci
ties for 1908 mid 1909. All tho 17
states for which data arelVeu for tho
two years showed more deaths from
this cause In tho latter year, excopt
Maryland and South Dakota, for whicli
slightly diminished numbers wcto re
turned. Of tho 30 large cities only 5
showed nioro deaths from cancer In
1908 than In 1909, and the amounts of
decrease wdre very small in each case.
Tho numerical Increase In the deaths
registered from cancer was not largo
for any particular state or ,clty, but
tho most impros8lvo featuro Is the
wldcsnrcad lncrnaso shared by all
states cities with but few exceptions.
Tho total numbor of deaths caused
by typhoid fever In the registration
area for tho year 1909 was 10,722, a
reduction of C53 from tho numbor,
11,375, recorded for tho somewhat
smaller registration area of 1908. The
death rato fell from 25.3 to 22 per
100,)00 oxtlmated population, theso
rates being baped on tho populations
as estimated upon tho average annual
Incrcaso between tho last two cen
Tho typhoid fever doath rato for
1908 was tho lowest recorded Hlnco
tlio series' of census annual reports
was instituted, and tho rate for 1909
shows a marked reduction from that
of tho protious year. It Is nearly one
thlid less than the rato shown for tho
five-year porlod 1901-1905 (32.2), al
though still moro than twice as .largo
as that of England nnd Wales. Tho
success nliendy obtained in its leduc
tlon should cncouinge further pro
gress In this direction until residence
nnd tiavol In this country shall be as
safe In this respect as In tho best
legulated couutiles of Hinopc, whore
tho dlseuso Is becoming practically
negligible -as a menace to publ.Ic
health. , i
Knch of tho loglstratlon states 'for
which data aro available for tho two
yeais, excopt nshlugtou and Wiscon
sin, shows a smaller number of deaths
fiom typhoid fover for 1909 than for
1908, and as their population has in
creased dining that tlmo It Is evident
that tho typhoid death rate has like
wise decreased for each. Ohio, which
was admitted Into tho grQiip of rogls
tiatlou states for tho first time for
1909, Is, ot course, not Included In this
comparison. If tho 1,270 doaths fiom
typhoid fever In Ohio wore not In
cluded for 1909, tho group of registra
tion states as constituted for tho years
1908 to 1909 would show, a reduction
of 1,400 deaths from this causo. The
largest numerical reduction is that of
1'onniiylvanla (738), then Massachus
etts (132), California (88), Maryland
(87), and Now York (73). Tho In
creased numbers in Washington (20)
and Wisconsin (15), wero but small
and probably less than tho rolatlvo In
crease of population.
A considerable part of tho l eduction
In tho number of deaths from typhoid
fover for 1909 than for 1908, and In no
city of this group was there any
mm Iced lnciease in mortality fiom this
causo. Tho liugest amounts' of nil-liu-i
leal deeieaso occuned In Phila
delphia, Pa. (18S), Columbus, Ohio,
(135), Pittsburg, Pa. (125). Boston,
Mass. (08), nnd Chicago, III. (01). Tho
gieatest lelntlvo decreaso was Unit of
Columbus, Ohio, fium tho opldemlc
piuvalouco shown for 1908.
tiifiiclcil Ily Tim freshman Class At
(Jnuibler, O.. Sopt. 27 Tho Fresh
men ehiss bus oignulzcd us follows:
Piesldent Oeno Aiid&ison.
Vice President Donuld Iluiper.
Secretary Phil l.owls,
Tii'iisurer Paul Russell.
Sergeaiit-iit-Arius Alfred Stukon
His Neck By Failing From
An Engine .
V. 11. lloetlielc, residing on North
Sandusky Htreet, sustained un unfort
unate injury whllo tit ills work ns en
gine hostler lu tho C, A. & C. shops
on Monday evening, lloofllck was
busy on tho tender of an onglno when
lie lost his balance und foil backward
to the ground, striking in such a posi
tion that his back was sovorely Injur
ed, lie was unablo to walk and was
tenioved to his homo, Dr. N. It. East
man was culled In nttondnuco.
Itov, X). A. Morris Is moving his
household goods to Gambler, whore ho
,wll have ehargo of tho dnmbler M,
E, church and tho Hopewell church,
near that place. Ho will proach nt tho
Udpowell church on Sunduy nftor-
IA NEW DECLARATION FOR 1910
I Voters of Ohio are Very
s DICK HAS TC9 MUCH
Time to Root Out Graft and Clean Up On Cannonism
After Senator Dick outgeneraled
his political opponents at tho Colum
bus convention, and outwitted the in
surgents who wantod a progressive
platform, and proudly mounted the
stage and rammed d.own the throats
ot tho delegates a stand-by-Taft
at&nd-pnt platform, ho rushed off to
Beverly to talk over campaign plans
with President Taft before tho ar
rival of Harding. r Harding went
to Cincinnati to see Cox before going
to Beverly to talk with Taft.
At Beverly Dick turned hlmielf
Into a political phonograph to an
nounce the kind of campaign that la
to bo conducted "to boat Harmon"
"WE will open the campaign early
In September," said Dick.
"I' (notlco that It Is a big I) do not
think th? Burton-Cox row will havo
any effect on tho voting," said Dick.
"WE will select a now chairman
(It bolng then Aug. 12) to succeed
Wade Ellis within the next few
weeks," said Dick.
"Tho campaign is to be wagV;d
throughout tho state along the linos
of small stumping tours," said Dick.
"WE arQ going to win sure," also
spoken by the aforesaid Dick.
Noto how freely Dick makes use
of tho big "I" and tho big ""WE "
Ily the big "I" Dick means himself,
By the big "WE" Dick means Taft
and Harding and tho g. o. p. state
bosses, including himself It is al
ways to be understood that Dick In
cludes himself when ho says "WE."
Of course Dick reckons that tho
voters of Ohio aro to bo governed by
what "I" and "WE" sny and do It
does not seem to have occurred to
him thnt-tlie voters of Ohio and of
bis own party havo grown very weary
of dictation fiom "1" and "WE;"
weary of assistance given Aldrich by
Dick and Burton in revising tho tariff
contrary to the Republican platform
promises of 1908; weary of Republi
can congressmen doing the bidding of
Cannon in tho house and loudly pro
claiming themselves Insurgents
against Cannon when at home among
tholr constituents; weary of tho long
era of undetected, unhindered and
'Unpunished graft at the statohouso
until a Democratic governor was put
"on the Job;" weary of an able gov
ernor's administration being loaded
down boforo It began with a lot of
retiring 'governor and conflrmod by a
retiring governor and conflrmod bya
partisan senate a week before tho In
coming governor was Inaugurated;
wcaiy of an Impartial, public-spirited
and people-serving governor bolng
hampered by n hostllo Republican
legislature which deliberately man
gled mid emarculated Important leg
islation on account of its partisan
Don't wnsto your money buying
plasters when you can get a bottlo of
Chamhorlaln's Liniment for twenty
Ilvo conts. A pleco of flannel dampen
ed with this liniment 1b superior to
nny plaster for lniuo buck, pains In
tho sldo nnd chest, nnd much cheap
er. Sold by all dealrs.
Was John Sncnco When llurjgy Was!
Mr. John Sponce of West Vino
stieet mot with un unfoitunnto injury
whllo driving In company with Mr. ICd
wnrd Ulochor on Monday afternoon,
Tho two nioit woio riding In n buggy
In Riverside park when tho horse and
ronly shied nt some object nt tho sldo
of tho driveway nnd inn tho whool
of tho buggy against a tree. The vo
hlclo was overturned but not damaged
to any extont. Mr, Spouse, howovor,
sustnlucd n badly sprained right wrist
In addition to numerous bruises about
Ills body. Mr. Blochcr escaped unin
jured. Dr. C. K. Connrd was called to
attend to tho Injuries ot Mr. Spenco.
Chamhorlaln's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarrhooa Uomody s today tho best
known medlclno In use for tho rollof
and euro of bowol complaints. It euros
griping, dlarrhooa, dysontry, and
should bo tnkon at tho first unnatural
loosoness of tho bowols. It is equally
vnluablo for children nnd adults. It
always cures. Sold by all doalors.
FARMS FOR SALI3-E0 acres, 3
miles from city, price $3,500. Also a
stock and grain farm, contatnjng 250
ncros, has four producing gas wolls
Now 0-room dwolllng. Prlco $52 pe:
aero. Stream & Rimer, tf
Wllbort, the stx-yoar-old boh of Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Q. McDonald, Is conllnod
to the homo of his parents on Oak
stroot by a sovero attack ot dlph-thorln.
Weary of "I" and "WE" S
TO DO THIS YEAR
bias; and weary of the brazen efforts
bolng mado by the same old sinister
powers to .'egain control In the state
of Ohio. Nor does Dick seem to un
derstand why these dissatisfied vot
ers should finally and firmly resolve
upon a new declaration of Independ
ence for their guidance In the com
If that new declaration wore writ
ten In words expressive of tho
thoughts and feelings in tho hearts
of free and independent voters, its
proamble would read something Ilk
this: "When In tho course of political
vents It becomes necessary for Re
publican voters to give tholr approval
and all tho assistance of which they
aro capable to break up the corrupt
ring that ruled the atato of Ohio In
former years, to rid tho statohouso
of graft and to bo roprosontod in
congress by men worthy of their con
fidence and esteem, a decont respect
to tho opinions of others and rogard
for their own as well as the general
wolfaro requires that thoy should do
claro the causes which impel them
to go to tho ballot box In November
and voto for Judson Harmon for gov
ernor, for those associated with him
on tho state ticket, for a Domcratlc
majority in both branches of tho leg
islature and for Democratic represen
tation in congicss. We hold It to bo
a self-evident truth that If wo help
to elect a Democratic legislature It
will mako sure that Dick shall not
bo succeeded in tho senate by an
other Burton. To secure our rights
us citizens to bo represented 'n con
gress by men who will respect the
consent of tho 'governed, we faor for
congressmen thobo on whom wo can
rely to oppose not Cannon merely,
but that greator ovil known as Can
nonism, who will not tell ub when
they aro homo among us that they
aro against Cannon and crlngo to
Uncle Joe when thoy get back to
Washington. Because we will follow
tho oxamplo of Republican voters In
tho Old Colony district of Massachu
setts and tho Rochester" district of
New York by electing Democrats to
succeed the time-servers of Cannon
Ism and Aldrlchism who misrepre
sent us In congress today."
Governor Harmon Is setting an ex
ample to officials over Ohio. He Is
upholding the supremacy of the law,
as his oath of ofrtco requires. Ho la
not permitting his private views to
lntorfer with his public duties. Ho
is respocted by all for his actions.
It matters but llttlo to American citi
zens what excuse Is given for non
onfdrcemont of law, tho goneral
trend of thought lends them to look
with favor on tho omele.1 who In a
spirit of fairness porfarms his sao'id
duty without hesitation, fear or fa
vor. Coshocton Times.
"Can bo depended upon" Is nn ex
pression wo all llko to hoar, and when
It Is used lu connection with Cham
horlaln's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea
Remedy It moans that It nover falls
to euro dlnirhoeti, dysontery or bowol
complaints. It Is pleasant to tako and
equally alimbla for children and
adults. Sold by all dealers.
Sustiiliiiiil Ily Joseph Leonard While
Working At Saw Mill
Josoph Leonard, residing In Mnrtlns
burg, sustulned a vory painful and un
fortunate injury while nt work on tho
saw mill, owned by Henry Blackburn,
which Is operated near that village, on
Monday afternoon. Leonard was busy
operating tho saw and was In tho act
of pushing n pleco of tlmbor against
tho teeth of tho saw when his right
hand bocanio fastened between tho
carriage and tho timber. The hand
was drawn between tho saw and tho
support at tho sldo of tho blado und
tho middle linger was mashed oft at
the second Joint. Two other lingers
on tho same hand woro badly mashed
but It was not necessary to nmputnto
thoni. Leonard was tnkon to his homo
In Mnrtlnsburg, whoro Dr. J. F.
Shrontz vns called to render the nec
essary surgical attention.
Not a minute should bo lost when a
child shows symptoms ot crpup. Cham
horlaln's Cough Remedy given as soon
ns tho child becomes hoarse, or evon
after tho croupy cough appears, will
prevent tho attack. Sold by nil doul
ers. FOR SALE Now touring enr, gonu
Ino bargain. 708Vi North Main St.
Mrs. Chnrles "Whlto returned to her
homo In Gambler von Tuesday nftor
noon nftor taking several wooks' tront
uiont nt tho Mt. Vernon Medical nnd
Surgical sanitarium. .
From Knox County Are
Caught in Columbus
On Their Way To Kentucky
To Be Married
Columbifs, O., Sept. 27 Whllo at
tempting to elope to Kentucky to bo
married Miss Itosanna Frazlcr, aged
18, and a young man whoso name Is
Bradford, aged 19, both of Mt. Liberty,
were intercepted nt tho Union Station
early yesterday morning by tho boy's
sister and' Special Ofllcer Beckct at
nt tho request of tho boy's father. Miss
Frazler Is now with a ulster, Miss Clut
ter of 10 West Woodruff Avenue, and
Bradford Is at his sister's home In
Nell Avenue, ,
The couple left Mt. Liberty lato
Sunday 'evening. Bradford's father
soon heard of their plans and tele
phoned his daughter In Columbus,
who, with Oulcer Becket, met tho
couple as thoy stepped from a C, A. &
C. train. The boy's father ordered
them locked in tho city prison, but his
sister took the youth to her home, and
Frazler was sent to her sister's resi
dence. The young peoplo denied that they
Intended to elope, saying that they
had come to Columbus to visit Mrs.
Clutter. As evidenco Bradford show
ed $1.50. claiming that flint was all tho
money he had.
Mrs. Clutter's husband is a law stu
dent at Ohio State University.
Your complexion ns well as your
disordered liver. By taking Cham
temper Is rendered miserable by a
berlaln's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets
you ceu improve both. Sold by all
Are Assigned For The Lynch
Coshocton, O., Sept. 27 Samuel H.
Nicholas, presiding judgo of tho Sixth
Ohio judicial district, stated today
that tho trials of tho 25 men Indicted
for first degreo murder In connection
with tho Newark lynching last July,
will probably commenco In November.
Judge Nicholas will preside in some
of the trials and tho rest of tho cases
will bo divided between Judge Wick-
l ham of Delaware, Judgo Mansllold of
Manslleld, Judgo Dover of Ashland
and Judgo Woygnndt of Wooster.
Tho trials of minor indictments for
rioting will stnrt In October, with
Judges Dover nnd Nicholas alternat
ing. Judgo Nicholas stated that no
applications for a chnngo of venuo
hnd yet been mado, and nn effort will
first be mado to get n jury in Licking
before taking tho cases olsowhero,
Muiy A 1'lillllpH
ttachPl Dunlnp ct ill
KNOX COMMON I'LHAS
lv vlituo of nn ouler of s.ilo Itsucil out
of tln Com t Of Common IMeus of Kno
Countv Ohio and to mo ilhccteil I will
offor for HaU on tho iiicmisca In Hi Ink
Hmen Kno County on
Wednesday, the 2nd Day of
between tho hums of 1 p. m. unit .1 p. in.
ot xnlrt day tho following ilvsci lbeil lands
mill U'litunonts to-wlt.
Sltimto In Kno County Stnlo of Ohio,
beliiK n house mill lot numbeicd Blxty
Hinen In lllbbrtt'n addition to the village
of Mount Holly now known tin Urlnklmv
Appraised nt $700 00.
Tvims of Hulo Ono-thlril fn hnnil onc
tlihd In ono year and ouo-thlul In two
vears from ilato of Halo with Intcicst. Do
fenoil payments to bo seuureil by n moit
Kiiro upon tlin pi endues sokl or ttio pur
chaser m.iy elect to- pay all cash.
IT.TKIt J. I'AIUCER,
Sheriff Knox County, Ohio.
.1. M. Compton, attorney for plalntifT.
NOTICE TO PRINTERS
Scaled proposals will bo received by
tho board of deputy state, supervisors
and InspectoiH of eleetlons for Knox
county, Ohio, In tholr olllco In tho Fetor
man fnilldint,', Mt, Vernon. Ohio, until 12
o'clock noon, Central standard tlmo,
Saturday, Oct. 15, 1910
for tho printing nnd furnishing of all
ballots for tho November 8th, 11)10, olec-
Al'l ballotB must bo printed on tho best
quality No. Z book paper, auccessiui uiu
der must furnish facsimile signatures of
tho membois of said bourd for use on
said ballots. , . ,
Kach bid must bo accompanied by a
bond, executed In duo form by biddor
with at least two pood and sutllclent
surotlea Bntlsfactory to tho board In sum
double tho amount ot bid to Insure tho
completion of tho work according to spec
ulations on lllo In tho said olllco of tho
10.S00 olllclnl ballots to conform to tho
existing laws of tho stato, will bo re
quired. Said ballots to bo bound In book
form and numbored consecutively.
Ulds unaccompanied by a bond will not
bo considered. Tho board reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
Uy order of tho board of deputy state
supervisors and Inspectors of elections
for Knox county. Ohio. -..
SAMUEL II. PETEItMAN,
Clork ALLEN JOHNSON.
BUET0 DISEASED BLOOD
Every nymptom of nn olti r.ore sug
pebts diseased blood. The inflamma
tion, discharge, discolored flesh, and
the fact that local applications have
no permanent effect toward healing
tho nicer, shows that deep down in
the system there ia a morbid cause for
tho sore. But more convincing proof
that bad blood ia the cause for these
places is furnished by the fact that
even removing the sore or ulcer by
surgical operation does not cure; they
always return. Nature will heal any
sore if the blood is pure aud healthy,
but until the circulation is cleansed
of all impure matter and supplied
with nourishing and plasmiq qualities
the infected condition of flesh is
OBLIGED to remain. S.S.S. heals
Old Sores in a perfectly natural way.
It goes into the T)lood, removes the
impurities and morbid matters, adds
nourishing qualities to this vital
fluid, and brings about the very con
ditions that arc
fore any sore
can heal. S.S.S.
is a perfect
on the circula
tion tit rough.
the stomach and
bers. Its use makes rich, red, healthy
blood, which nourishes all flesh tis
sues instead of infecting them with
the virulent matter which keep old
sores open. Special book on Old
Sores and any medical advice free.
THE BWIFI BPECiriO CO., Atlanta. Oa.
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is quickly nbsorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
tho diseased mora.
brap """"Uiupt f rom
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FARMS FOR SALE
157 acies, 4 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
70 acres, 3 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
72 acres, 6 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
32 acres, 7 mi. from Mt. Vernon.
00 acres, 3 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
131 acres, 5 rnl. from Mt. Vernon.
170 acres, 8 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
CI acres, 15 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
82 acres, 3 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
75 acres, 3 mi. from Fredericktown.
33G acres, 1 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
98 acres, 4 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
351 acres, 1 mi. from Mt. Vernon.
163 acres, 4 ml. from Mt. Vornon.
11 acres, 1 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
58 acres, 4 ml. from Frederlclctqwn.
100 acres, 7 ml. from Fredericktown.
135 acres, C ml. from Fredericktown.
118 acres, 2V ml. from Mt. Vernon.
118 acres, 5 miles from Mt. Vernon.
97 acres, 5 ml. from Mt. Vernon.
W. C. ROCKWELL & BltO.,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
Elizabeth A. Uerry nnd
Mary Ii Casteel
ilueben Ii Woollson, et nl.
Knox Common rieas
By vlrtuo of nn order of sale issued out
of tho Court of Common Pleas of Knox
County, Ohio, and to mo directed, I will
offer for sale at tho door of thu Cdutt
Ho u so in Mt. Vernon, Knox county, on
Saturday, the 1st day of October, 1910,
between tho hours of 1 p. m. nnd law
of said day, tho following dcbcilljcd lands
nnd tenements, to-wlt:'
UehiK tho leal estate of vthicli Iteuben
D, Woollson, Sr. died HeUud nnd being
iiait of lot number !3 in tho lth quarter,
.Hi towuhhlp, and U'tli ihikto of United
Statoa mllitaiy hinds deeded by tho Sem
Innry of tho i'rotestimt Ejilscopal Chinch
m tho DIoeeso of Ohio to said Iteuben
D. Woollson, Sr.. (now deceased) con
taining thhty and foity Ilvo hundiodths
ncies, lilso part of lot number 29 us bo
foio described deeded by George Simp
kins and wife to Iteuben D. Woollson,
containing ten acres, also six acres
deeded by Lemuel Holmes and wlfo to
Iteuben 1. Woollson lu oxehango for six
acres deeded by said rtoubon I). Wooll
son to Lemuel llolmis out of aboe
All of tho following described premises
situated In Knox county, Ohio, nnd being
a purt of lot number 37 In tho -ttli quar
ter, 7th township and 12th lango. United
States Mllitaiy lands, commencing In
the center of Uio Mt. Vornon and Co
shocton road nt a stono In tho center of
tho Unmbler nnd Amity road: thence
south 1 3-8 degrees west 17 G0-100 poles
to a stone; thenco north SS 1-2 degrees
west 7S 1M poles to n stono; thenco north
1 D-S degrees east 48 40-100 polos to a
stono In tho Mt. Vernon and Coshocton
rond; thenco north SO 1-2 degrees east
21.70 poles to a stone, witness n whlto oak
10 Inches In diameter, noith 73 3-8 degrocs,
west 47 1-2 links; thenco south Hi 3-4
degrees east 61 poles to n stono to plnco
of beginning containing 21.62 acres mora
or less. Seo plat made by J. N, Lewis,
Surveyor, for greater certainty of de
scription. Appraised at: First tract, J2.10O.0O.
Second tract. $1,200 00.
Terms of Salo: Cash.
. , P. J. PAIUCErt.
Sheriff Knox Countv, Ohio.
It. n. Houck, Attorney for Plaintiff.
9-2, 9, 16, 23, 303.
The Guaranty Savings Bank & Trust
MT. VERNON, O.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK
L. B. HOLTCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlco Rogers building, No. Ill S. Mala
street. Mt. Vorndn. Ohio. Rooms 2
and 3, second floor!
FEANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All buBlnoss of legal nature elvem
prompt attention and especially to
practice In tho Probate Court. Office,
No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vernon, O.
New 'Phone, Offlco 104; Residence, 354
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. 8tream Wm. F. Rlmor
REAL E8TATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
and exchanged. Properties rented aad
rents collected. Flro Insurance a-specialty.
Representing 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident insurance,
live stock Insurance. Plate glass in'
suranco, automobile Insurance, In fact
wo can Insure any property you may,
have. Surety bonds of ail kinds. Call
and see us. Room 1 SIpe bldg.. South
Main st. Clt. 'phone No. 447 Black;
Bell 253 R.
D. F. & J. D. EWING
David F. Ewlng John D. Ewlng,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
Office, Kirlc building, corner Mal
streoti and Publlo Square, ML Ver
If you own anything, have
It Insured v
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN
18 E. Gambler St. Mt. Vernon, O.
Citizens' 'Plione 231 Red
E. 0. BEGGS
Office In Arnold block corner of
East High street and Monument
Square Mt. Vornon, Ohio.
C. K. CONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 East Vino st.
Citizens' 'phone, 62. Office hours: a
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
We have Just received a freph
supply of pure, unfermented
Grape Juice made from choic
est Concord Grapes.
It Is a delightful, appetizing
and strengthening drink for this
kind of weather.
Pints ... 25c'
Quarts .. 50c
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
i Safe Business Methods
I Have TheirOrigin in
S a Bank Account S
Of all tho successful men
you never know, nearly all
placed tholr monoy In the
bank each day, and paid their
accounts by cheek.
In this way the bank does
your book-keeping and every
cancelled check is returned to
you nnd may bo preserved as a
Wo furnish pass book and
checks freo with ilrst do-
I The 8
Gambier Banking Co.
I Gambler, Ohio
Are you receiving 3 pet. or 2 pet.
or no interest on your bank account'?
We pay 4 pet. on savings, and invite
all who have any kind of "banking
business to transact, to call and in
vestigate our terms and facilities.
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