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THE DEMOORATIO BANNER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1010
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Miss Carrio Chancoy of Metropolis,
III., arrived In Fredorlcktown on
Thursday ovenlng to visit her parents
over tho holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hedge of De
troit, visited Itov. and Mrs. U. l. Low
ia tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Dill visited tho
tatter's parents In Cincinnati last
At a congregational mooting on Sun
day last tho mcmbcrB of tho Daptlst
church decided not to call tho mln
later undor consideration at that time.
Mr. Don Groves Is back from Idaho
, xlsltlng friends and relatives In this
Rov. Corfman of Now London, O.,
Was a Fredorlcktown visitor on Sat
Tho ladles of tho Methodist church
bold" a sowing beo at tho parsonage on
Mrs. Tobln was tho guest of Mrs.
S. Hair tho past week.
Mr. LeUoy Ackerman and wlfo woro
la Mansfield on day laBt week.
Miss Fayo Boozo who has boon vis
iting relatives and frlonds In this vi
cinity returned to her work at Lbs
Angeles, California, tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Klrby enter
UUned Miss McGovorn of Columbus
Maurlco Levorlng waB back from
iPennBylvanla visiting relatives In this
vicinity last week. ,
Tho Fredorlcktown ' council met
Monday and transacted tho usual
buslnoss In tho way of passing on
bills, etc. Dy far tho most Important
matter boforo that body was tho con
sideration of a now ordinance for tho
supply of gas to Fredorlcktown. A
now ordlnanco was sent In from Co
lumbus, but now features woro added
to tho proposition, such that tho
council could not glvo It a( fair con
sideration without Bomo reprcsonta
live of tho gas company being pres
ent. A petition was prosentcd to tho
council signed by nearly every busi
ness man In tho village nsklng that
the council consider tho proposition
made hero a week ago by Mr. J. S.
Donning, one of tho directors of tho
Ohio Fuel Supply compnny, and nlso
according to tho proposition publish
ed by tho company In tho Frou Press
of last week. As tho now ordlnanco
was not mado in nccorilanco with
thcBo propositions tho council laid It
on tho tnblo until next Wodnosday
when tho council nsks that tho com
pany huvo some ono present capable
and ompowored to mnko terms and
contract. Ono of tho objcctlonablo
features of tho ordlnanco presented
was that a minimum chargo of 50c
nor month bo charged for motor read
ing whethor that amount of gaB was
ujiod or not. Wo have novor been
compolled to pay such charges and
no attempt has hitherto boon mado
to tnako such a collection and tho
tieoplo will hardly stand for that fen
luro. Tho now contract alBO Ktates
that tho now plpo to bo laid would
be "othor than n 3-Inch plpo." That
might mean a six-Inch or a quartor
Inch, and several oth6r XcatureH Woro
ttlao bo vaguo as to leave tho bars
down for future troublo and dissatis
Tho following program will bo giv
en Friday afternoon, Dec. 23, 11)10, nt
the High school:
Maudolln Duot Loo Steele- and
Chorus QlrlB and Hoys.
Piano Duet Mattlo Hums and
Dobato: LowoIIb Leigh Crowoll,
Sari Kunklo; Llncolns Jnmcs Smith,
Oilgnol Btorlos Albert Hoggs and
Orations Lllllo Debolt nnd Mary
Ksaays lllrdlo Hrlckor nnd Woltha
Recitations Mary Leonard, LI.zlo
Wolkor, lithol l'oorman and John
Declamations Walter Woodward
and Joseph Stackhouso.
Locals Mnrgnerlto Marplo.
Mr. Webb Andres went to Colum
fcua ott Saturday, returning on Bun
Sky accompanied by his wlfo who has
keen visiting thoro for sovornl days,
Mrs. J, W. Andrea roturnod homo
Xn Sunday from Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trlcklo woro
Wow&rk vlsltoru over Saturday nnd
Miss Qraco Jnmcs has boon vlnlt
las her aunt, Mrs. Chan. Qroon, In
Miss Mary Uraddock, principal of
Oambler school, was tho guest of hor
parents, over Saturday and Sundny.
Mrs. Harvey Dovoo returned to
tier homo on Friday aftor sovoral
days visit with hor daughter, Mrs.
Il&rvcy Canaan of FIndlay.
Mr. Glondon and Miss Lillian Hrnd
Tick havo returned to Shelby after a
vhlt of sovoral days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Urad
tick. Mr. It. 10. Copper was In Dolawnro
The following porsons persons
wero "high school" visitors Friday af
tersoou: Mrs. Jaraos Johnson, Mrs.
Georgo Lconnrd, Mrs. Walter Wllllts,
Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs.
Cooke, Mrs. F. F. Hoaack, Myrtlo
ClawBon, Samuol A. Garbor and Anna
Charles Harry and wlfo and son
woro guests of Mrs. Harry's father,
H. A. Bumpus, In Mt. Vernon on Sun
day. Mrs. Chauncey McNnro was ovor
from Columbus to visit his parents,
I, McNaro and wlfo.
Mrs. Sam Wescott and daughtor,
Daisy, of Mt. Vernon visited hor
daughter, Mrs. Edd. Blackburn for a
Hov. A. C. Bowers, a returned mis
sionary from Assain, will locturo In tho
Baptist church next Sunday evening.
Itov. Bowors Is a speaker of great pow
er nnd his lecturo Is lntonaely Inter
esting throughout. Ho shows a num
ber of natlvo costumes and curios from
tho land of which wo know so littlo
and ho will toll so much. Those who
enjoy hearing a thrilling lecturo given
by an unusually capablo speaker who
has seen and experienced what ho has
to toll, should not fall to hear Itov.
Mrs. A. C. Huddlo and Mrs. II. C.
Lewis entertained nineteen ladles at C
o'clock dinner on Thursday ovenlng of
Mr. nnd MrB. T. J. McNaghtcn of
Plensantvlllo, Ohio, wero tho pleasant
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A'. C. Huddle, a
fow days tho past week.
Mrs. S. W. Wrny was called to Lud
low Falls, Ohio, last week by tho death
of her mother, Mrs. Ell Duncan. Mrs.
Wray returned homo Teusday.
Tho High school ontertnlnmont given
at tho I'rosbytorian church on Tuos-J
dny ovenlng of this wook was a delight-
ful success in overy way. It was feared
that the announcement of tho enter
prlso had been too short aB it was not
decided Just when this program would
bo ready until a lato dato, but in spite
of tho shortness of tlmo a large audi
enco greeted tho porformors nnd all
woro greatly pleased with tho work
dono which rollects great credit upon
tho tenchors In chargo and tho ability
of tho pupils.
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; OBITUARY i
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Mrs. C. M. Wander
Mrs. C. M. Wander died at hor
homo In Dnnvlllo on Wednesday
morning nt about cloven o'clock after
n Bovornl months' lllnes cutised by a
slroko of paralysis. Sho was forty-
bIx yenis of ago at tho tlmo of hor
death and is survived uy nor Hus
band, threo sons, ono daughtor nnd
Bovornl brothers and sisters.
Tho arrnngoments for tho funornl
hnvu not yet been mado.
Worvlno Taylor died nt tho homo
of Mr. and MrB. W. II. Morgan In
Fredorlcktown on Tuesday, aftornoon
nt about four o'clock. Tho decensed
was visiting at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Morgan when ho was seized
with nn attack of acuto lndigostlon,
with which ho had suffered for sovor
nl days before death ciuno. Ho wob
10 years of ogo nt tho tlmo of his
death and Is survived by his parents,
who reside In Oklahoma.
No nirnngoments for tho funeral
have yet been mado.
Isaiah McNaro died at Ills homo In
Fredorlcktown on Tuesday afternoon
tit about '1:30 o'clock aftor a Bovornl
weeks' Illness caused by a complica
tion of diseases incident to old ago.
Tho deceased wub eighty-four years
of ago at tho tlmo of his (loath nnd
had boon a resident of Fredorlcktown
for many years. Ho Is survl-ed by
his wife, live daughters, Mrs. Ida
DnvlB and Mrs. Charles Ieedy of
Frodoriektown, Mrs. Nelllo Wots, nnd
Mrs. Blnncho Broombnugh of Toledo
nnd Mrs. Anna Lindsay of Toledo nnd
two sous, Chant McNnro of Colum
bus nnd Mr. Frederick McNaro of
Marlon, Ohio. The funeral at tho
houso Thursday aftornoon at two
o'clock. Interment at Forest ccme
tory. HEARING ON WIRE CONTROL
Washington, D. C Doe. 7 Hopro
Bontntivos of tho telegraph and tolo
phono Interests of tho country mot
hero todny for a conforonco with tho
Iutorstnto Commerce Commission re
garding tho moaning and applications
of tho nmondod commerco law to tho
tolcgraph and telophono companies.
Tho chlof point to bo docldod Is
whether tho sections of tho law relat
ing to tho Issunnco of frankB, forbid
ding robates and undue preforonco,
and requiring tho filing of tariffs nnd
changes apply to tho tolcgraph and
telephone companies engaged In iu
torstnto biiBluosBftho samo ns it ap
plies to railroads,
CASTOR I A
For InfantB and Oliildroa.
rhs Kind You Havo Always Bought
Tho Banner is desirous of pub
lishing nil lodgo elections and tho
secretaries of tho various societies
nro requested to send or telephone
tho Bnnic to this ofllco tho morning
nftcr such elections.
Tho rcgulnr mooting of Qulndaro
Lodge, No. 31G, I. O. O, F., was hold
on Tuesday evening. After tho ordor
of business had boon disposed of tho
following officers woro clcctod for tho
Noblo Grand It. M. Davis.
Vice Grannd John Simpson.
Itccordlng Secretary C. A. Beck.
Financial Secretary J. C. Hunt
Treasurer F. L. Bennett.
Trustee Charles Scottlo.
Organist John Stoncbrook.
Tho officers elected on Tuesday ev
ening will bo Installed at a mooting
early In January.
H. B. Curtis Lodge
At a meeting of tho II. B. Curtis
Lodgo No. 2767, Grand United Ordor
of Odd Fellows, on Tuesday ovenlng,
tho following officers wero elected :
Noblo Grand L. L. Booker.
Past Noblo Grand L. F. Tumor.
Noblo Father James Itcddlx.
PaBt Noblo Father Wllllata Jack
son. Vlco Grand Harry Cans.
Worthy Treasurer Honry
Chaplain Albert Boy.
Permanent Secretary Samuol
Eloctlvo Secretary Bonjamln F.
Advocnto John L. Ulcbardson.
L. O. T. M. Officers
Tho following members woro elect
ed to offico for tho coming year in Kc
koslng Hlvo 112, L. O. T. M.
PnBt Commandor Mrs. Glasgow.
Commander Mrs. Wnllot.
Lieut. Commandor Mrs. Smith.
Finance Auditor Mrsr'Whittlngton.
Ileeord Keeper Mrs. Shllllotto.
Official Promoter Mrs. Faulhabor.
Chaplain Miss Harrlmau.
Sergeant MIsb Wingot.
Picket Mrs. Somnors.
Cnpt. of Guards Mrs. Shlffietto.
Lady of Arms Mrs. Beard.
Pianist Mrs. Beoney.
GOOD FELLOW AND GOOD THING
Tho postmaster of Hawthorne, 1,
left hlfl post of duty with a shortage
of $8000, When tho postollloo inspec
tors caught him in Chicago, four
weeks later.ho had five cents In his
pockets. Ho looked at tho coin bit
terly, nnd said:
"I wns a good follow."
Doing n good fellow Is an ambition
that Is easily realized. A man may
not have any nttractlvo qualities. Ho
may bo morose, unsocial, disagreeable,
huso and enrry his baseness exposed
on his face; but If ho Is willing to bo
known us a good fellow, that Is to
bocomo a good thing, ho will Jlnd
plenty of peoplo ready to fawn upon
him until his money Is gone. But pro
ably most good follows nro naturally
attractive nnd enjoy tho good will of
their fellows. Tho trouble with them
Is their poor, Judgment. They do
not discriminate between flattery
nnd friendship, Many good follows
a no close kin to fools. But some nro
not, and (hoy aro tho onos to bu warn
ed by tho example of tho Hawtborno
postmaster. A man that flndB himself
possessed of Uio reputation of being a
good fellow ought to pull himself up
short onco In a whllo and mnko u criti
cal examination of his followers. Tho
quickest way Is to turn tho tnblos
nnd bceomo petitioner Instead of
prince. Touching tho toucher Is often
nn infalllblo touchstone of gcnulno
friendship. Knoxvlllo Sontlnol.
FOR 80UTHERN CHAMPION8HIP
Atlanta, Ga., Doe. 7 Prominent
amateur and professional golf playorB
from various parts ot tho country
arrived In Atlnntatoday to tako part In
tho opon tournament for tho Southorn
championship, which will begin on
tho courso at East Lake tomorrow
and contlnuo through tho remaindor
of tho week.
Now York, Doc. 7 Many of tho
foremost chemistry exports of tho
United Statos and Canada aro attend
ing tho third annual mooting of tho
Amoilcau Instituto of Chemical En
gineers, which mot In this city today
for a threo days' session.
TO BOOM 80UTHERN
Washington, D. G Dec. 6 Tho ox
ocutlvo commlttoo of tho Southorn
Commercial Congress mot In this city
today to complcto tho nrrangoraonts
of a program for tho groat Southorn
commercial rally which it Is proposed
to hold In Atlauta noxt Match.
Of Pasadena Refuse To Meet
Officers Of Japanese Fleet
Pasadena, Cal., Dec. 7 Tho leading
society girls of this city dccllno to
mlnglo with Japancso naval men of
high rank, oven to meeting thorn on
tho ballroom floor, and as a result tho
Nlpponcso - American relations in
Southern California aro severely
strained. Tho Japancso training
squadron, Admiral Yashlro and all his
officers aro apparently insulted and
resent tho indignity.
Upon tho nrrlval of tho Japanese)
squadron at San Pedro, a few days
ago, tho Hotel Maryland management
arranged to give a swell ball In honor
of tho commander and his officers.
Tho" hotel peoplo learned that society
girls would havo nothing to do with
tho function. It was found necessary
to call off tho ball on short notlco
to tho Admiral.
In tho mcantlmo ho had sent out
exquisitely engraved Invitations for a
return danco on his flagship yester
day. Theso woro not delivered, hut
woro left in tho key boxes. Where
foro it soems nobody showed up for
tho 'Admiral's ball. When tho school
children of Long Beach were all
ready to tako cars for San Pedro yes
terday a telegram from Admiral Ya
shlro Informed them thoy could not be
OREGON DAIRYMEN MEET
Eugene, Ore, Dec. 7 Sovoral scoro
trcamoryincn and buttor makers of
Oregon mot hero today for tho pur
pose of perfecting a Stato organiza
tion, nnd to tako part In tho annual
convention of tho Stato Dairy Asso
ciation tomorrow. In tho courso of
tho dairymen's convention Dr. E. E,
Lytic, Stato veterinarian, will give
demonstrations ot tho effects of tu
berculosis In dairy cows. A largo dis
play of dairy machlnory and products
Is provided. Tho Commercial Club of
Eugeno Is host of tho convention, and
has Imported from Germany several
hundred mlninturo nursing bottles for
distribution among tho dclcgatos as
INDIANA FRUIT GROWERS
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 7 Tho In
diana Horticultural Society Is cele
brating its semi-centennial by holding
tho largest convention in, its history.
Tho gathering was opened nt tho
StatchoiiBo this, afternoon with an-address
by tho president, C. N. Lindley,
of Salom, which was followed by a
number of papers on topics of Inter
est to tho fruit growers. The con
vention will ooncludo its sessions to
morrow. MI88I88IPPI M. E. CONFERENCE
Hattlesburg, Miss., Doc. 7 Tho
Mississippi conference of tho M. E.
church, South, convened for its an
nual session hero today with a largo
attendanco of delegates and visitors
Bishop Motion of Texas 1b tho presid
LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE
Toronto, Out., Dec. 7 Tho Lord's
Dny Alliance of Canada assembled
In Toronto todny for Its triennial con
vention. Dclogntcs from all parts of
tho Dominion nro In attendanco,
among thorn being many clerical and
lay workers of wldo reputation.
Some people wasto a lot of valua
ble tlmo trying to And out what tbolr
neighbors nro doing.
Smith owed Skinner & Co., $5,00. Ho wont In ono
day and handed them $5.00 In cash. Skinner forgot
to tako it off his hooks, and tho noxt month presontod
tho samo bill. Ho thought ho had paid It, but having
no proof, SMITH PAID TWICE?.
Jones owod Sklnnor & Co., f 5.00. Ho wont In ono
day and banded them a chock op this Bank tor $5.00.
Skinner forgot to tako It off his books. Out tho next
month whon tho hill was presented to him, Jones
balked. He said: "Soo horo, Mr. Skinner, I paid that
bill last month and horo Is tho chock which the bank
has roturnod, to mo with name endorsed on tho hack,
Showing that you got tho money." JONES PAJD
ONCE. This Illustrates only ono of tho advantages ot
a bank account.
Of A Serious Character Re
ceived By A Child
While Haying With Matches
Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs,
Earl Skeen, residing about four miles
south of Mt. Vernon, was badly burn
ed on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Skeen
was busy working In tho kitchen and
did not notlco that the child was do
ing anything that it should not do un
til on stopping on tho back porch,
sho heard a scream from tho baby.
Sho ran Into the room nnd found'
that tho boy's clothes wero blazing
all ovor his body. Tho mother grab
bed a rug, which sho wrapped around
the child and smothered tho flames
but not until It had been vory badly
burned about tho body. Dr. Runck of
tho Mt. Vernon Medical and Surgical
Sanitarium was called In attendanco
to dress tho burns. It was not
thought that tho burns will prove
Mrs. Skeen thinks that whllo sho
had not been noticing tho actions of
tho child, It secured n match, and
lighted It, wheh sho stepped on the
back porch, and that tho flame from
tho match camo In contact with the
IMPETUS FOR WATERWAY8
Washington, D. C, Dec. 7 Presi
dent Taft was tho chief speaker at
the initial session of tho annual con
vention of tho National Rivers and
Harbors Congress, which opened hero
today amid great enthusiasm. Govern
or Harmon of Ohio, Hon. Clifford Slf-
ton of Canada, Champ Clark of Mis
souri and othor speakers of noto aro
to bo heard at tho subsequent ses
sions, which will contlnuo over to
morrow and Friday. Congressman
Joseph E. RaiiBdcll of Louisiana Is
tho presiding officer. In point of at
tendanco tho convention la tho larg
est gathering ever held in tho Unit
ed States in tho interest of Improved
waterways, tho delegates numbering
sovoral thousand and representing all
parts of tho county.
ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLES
To many, winter Is a season of trou
ble. Tho frost bitten toes and fingers,
chupped hands and lips, chilblains,
cold sores, red and rough skin, prove
this. But such troubles fly before
Bueklcn's Arnica Salve. A trial con
convinces. Greatest healer of Burns,
Bolls, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and
Sprains. Only 25c at G. R. Baker's,
and F. Fink, Frcderlcktown.
Oklahoma City. Okla., Doc. C To
discuss freight rates, tho parcels
post, tho competition of tho mall or
dor houses and othor mattors of mu
tual Interest and Importance, tho re
tall morchauts ot tho stato assembled
In convention hero today undor tho
auspices of tho Oklahoma Retailors'
WEDDING IN ARMY CIRCLES
Washington, D. C, Dec. 7 Tho
most notablo military wedding In
Washington so far this season took
placo today, when Lieut. Richard C.
Moore, of tho' Engineer Corps, led to
tho altar Miss Dorothy Langfltt,
daughter of Col. Laugfltt of tho Wash
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Melvln Phillips nnd family wero
tho guest of Charles Gregg of Pal
Tho Infant daughtor of Albert
nines' is vory ill with bronchial pneu
monia. Mr. and Mrs.Jt. S. Clark and daugl
tor, MIs3 Grace, loft for their home
In St. Jphns,' Mich., last Monday, af
tor an cxtonded visit with friends.
Dan Hines of Mt. Vernon was the
guest of his son Albort nines last
Syler Bros, of Ankenytown were in
this vicinity Tuesday buying stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Overhulstzer
spent Sunday with her parents, H. A.
Daniels and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James McManlB gave
a miscellaneous showor in honor of
their daughtor, who was recently mar
ried to Mr. Walter Smith. They re
ceived many' useful and beautiful
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
Wife, Sister Sr
would be pleased with a gift
of a pair of our
Just received a nice lot of them
for your Inspection
Honesty is Our Policy
Sarah L. Dalrymplo, Plaintiff
Phebo L. Jackson et al Defendants.
KNOX COMMON PLEAS.
I3y vlrtuo of an Order of Sulo In Parti
tion issued out of the court of common
pleas of Knox County, Ohio, nnd to me
directed, I will offer for snlo nt tho door
of the court house, In Mount Vernon,
Knox County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 31st day of
between tho hours of 1 p. m. nnd 3 p. m.
of Enid dny, tho following described lands
und tenements, to-wlt:
Tho following described real estato, all
slUmto In tho township of Liberty, coun
ty of Knox and Stnto of Ohio, and be
ing all tho renl estuto which wna devised
to Mnry A. Dnlrymplo for life, by the
Last Will nnd Testament of Andrew Dal
rymplo, deceased, nnd inoro particularly
described as follows:
Tho following described real estato sit
uate in the noi thwest corner of Lot Four.
In tho Second Quarter of Township Six.
Itnngo Fourteen, Knox County, Ohio, be
ginning at u point In tho center of the
Llbeity ttoad, no called; thence in a
southerly dliLctiou along tho center of
said load, DJ.S0 poles to tho center of the
Deluwnre load: tbenco In nn easterly dl
icctlon nlong the center of said Delawaie
mini. 45 poles; thence N. 2 deg. 25 mln.
R 13 poles; thenco S. SG deg. K. 30 an
poles; thenco N. 4 deg. DO mln. B. 47.03
poles to u post; thenco N, 83 deg. 15 mln.
W. 75 IW poles to tho placo of beginning,
containing twenty-four nnd 80-100 acres.
Tho following described renl estato In
tho Second Quarter of township Six.
ltnngo Fourteen, Knox County Olilo.
and being the bouth part of lot No. 13. nnd
being part of tho Hogg Section, so called,
beginning nt the center or tho lnterser.
tlon of tho Delnwaro Hond nnd tho Lib
erty rond, so called; thenco In n south
erly direction ulong tho center of snld
Liberty road, 99.8J lods; thence N. 85 deg.
2 mln. W. 118 94 rods to n Btalco; thence
N. 4 deg. E. 11G S3 rods to a stake In the
center of said Delnwaro rond: thenco in
an easterly direction nlong tho center of
snld Delnwaro rond 121.38 rods to the place
of beginning, containing eighty-one nnd
9C-100 ncrcs of Innd. (81.95 A.)
Tho following doscrlbcd renl estnto in
tho Second Quarter of tho Sixth Town
ship, Fourteenth rtnngo, Knox County,
Ohio, being tho central part of Lot No.
13, nnd being part of tho Hogg Section,
recalled, beginning nt tho center of tho
Intersection of tho Delnwaro Hond and
tho Liberty road socnllcd; thence In n
northerly direction nlong tho center of
said Liberty Hond, 15S.G1 rods to a stake:
thence S, 73 deg. 40 mln. W. 01.42 rods to n
post: thenco S. O deg. 25 min. W, n.08
rods to nn Elm tree; thenco S. 35 deg
20 mln. W. 6 09 rods to a hickory tree;
hence S. 75 deg. 60 mln. W. 60.18 rodH to
a post: thenco 8. 4 deg. W. 93.75 rods to
tho center of said Delawnro rond; thence
In nn easterly direction nlong tho center
of said Deluwnre road, 121.38 rods to the
placo of beginning, containing Ninety
Four nnd 83-100 acres of lnnd, (91 83 A.)
First Pnrcel appraised nt $1.000 00.
Srrond Pnrcel apprnlsed nt J2.8C8C0.
Third Parcel npprnlsed at 3.GS8.S0.
Terms of Sale-One third cash, nnd the
bnlanco In two enunl In'tnllmonti, pav
nblo In ono and two yenrs respectively
from day of snlo: deferred pnymepts to
hear interest nt hx per cent per annum,
nnd be secured by mortgngo on tho preni
lcs sold. Or purchaser may pay all cash.
if ho so elect.
Said premises will first bo offered In
Parcels, and will then bo offered ni n
whole, nnd will bo sold to tho highest
p. j, pvnicnn.
Sheriff Knox County O.
Pnrk B. Blnlr, attorney for plaintiff.
Mrs. D. II. Boal and son, Bud. of
WcEt Vino strcot went to Dnnvlllo
Tuesday morning to spend tho day.
Ely's Cream Dalm
Is quickly nbjorbod.
fllvr-s Rnllfil nl (Wit.
It clonuses, soothes, RWf-FEVER
nenis nnu piotoots
tho diseased mem
x.i.-v md drives
nwny a Cold in tho
Head quickly. ltc-9BV VTWTICI9
stores tho Sontcs of if JM T IT b V S.H
Tnsto nnd Smell. Fulleize 50 cts., at Drug
t?ists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents.
Kly Brothers. 50 Warrou Sheet, How Y.ork.
DP. L.F. V0KE
WILL MAKE HIS
172nd Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Dec. I2i!i
jiiti HIM! SEE lllb rAlicNIK
rilEN IF YOU Afit NOT SATIS
VIED DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT
L. F. VOKE, PH
Gradmte, Ohio State University, Slarlli e Med
cal College. American College of Optometry. Eight
fears of College and University training. Neatly
wenty yenr experience In the tr, a'ment oi
JHKONIC DISEASES ofMEN AND WOMEN.
To Chronic affections of the Lungs, Head, Nose,
Throat, Uars, Bronchial Tubes u Cu.rih, Con
tjmption teatl stages , Uronihitis, Asthma, Eic.
Stomach, Liver, Bowels, as Indigestion, Dyt
pensia, Uiltionsncis, Con.upaton, Diarrhoea.
Blood, Heart. Skin as Rheumatism, Eczema,
Pi nples, Wood Poi.ini, Scrofula. Dad Illood, Etc,
Nerve, Spine, 'Bruin as Epilepsy, Fns, Neural
cia. Heidicne, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, Nervous
Exhauition, Despondency, Loss of Memory, Etc.
Kldneyi, Bladder, Prostate as Dialieirs.Rnpht'i
Din isc, I uflimm ition of Knlnevs ami lUi.liler, Etr.
Piles, Rectal Diseases and Varicocele treated
without me of knife of detention from Inmness,
No matter what the disease, If It Is chronic,
obscure or difficult, you ore Invited to cull or
write regarding It.
FREEfEYE EXAIV1IN ATION
Your sight ii too precious to be trifled with. l)e
t'Ctive vikiim is often caused by dlseuse. Glassef
fitted anil furnished,
HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN
The remarkab'e success of Dr. Vole's linm
Treatment for Womn is attested to by hunjrcds ol
salUfied patients. It saves m-iiiy suffering women
from dangerous operations. Atinmhine Results;
Manycisci pronounced hopelesshave yielded read
lly. Women suffering from aiy disease or weak'
cess peculiar to their sex are Invited to call or write
n p st Dr. Voke wants a private, hr.irtto
I VI t-sss.lv hearttalkorcorrespondence wilhevery
man who Is weak, nervous, broken down, d.Koui
aged, or suffering from any disease caused by ignor
ance, exceises, contagion, Incc patent treatment ol
neglect. Successor failure In life depends on you
physi:al nnd mental condition. Do not put off r
matter of such vital Importance Do flomtthlnfl
now. Write todiy if you cannot cill. Everything
confidential. Consultation and advice frte.
WHY CONSULT DR. VOKf? '
He has made regular visits to this community fol
neatly fifteen yers and has established a per mi
nent practice and rrputatlon.
His practice Is HmlUd to Chronic Diseases, ana
he has SDent practically all his life in the studv ant
treatment of them.
Ills apecimxy: loaeriie ana uirntsn at a ion
cost successful courses of home treatment for those
who have no time or money to spend at czpeusivi
hospitils and sanlt ulnnu,
tie Is In tho prime of life (forty-three) and at
his very b'-st for r od work.
His practice consists milnly of rare and dilT
cult cases having failed to secure satisfaction else
At least three-fourths of his patients are sen'
lo him by firmer patrons.
If he thinks he cannot benefit you he will say no.
Dr. Yoke's best references are his many friend
and patients, the result of fifteen years practice Is
That Dr. Voke Invites searching: Investigation et
his work and methods of treatment. Ann that he.
charges absolutely nothing tor consultation ancj
examination Your rase will receive his belt at'
tention. Everything confidential.
His charges are 'so fair and reasonable that lbs
poorest wot kinc. man or woman need not hesitate t)
applv for treatment. .
Write tor Free llooklet, "Practical Suggestion
on How to Keep Well."
ADORlS AtL COMMUNICATIONS TO
L. F. VOKE, M. D.
379 WEST SIXTH AVE COLUMBUS OHIf
Hello Fihnermnn ct nl..
KNOX COMMON PLEAS.
By vlrtuo of an order of rale issued out
tho Court of Common Pleas of Knox
County. Ohio, nnd to ma directed I will
offer for salo nt tho door of tho Court
House. In Mt. Vernon, Knox county, on
Saturday, the 7th day of
between tho hours of 1 p. m. and 3 p. m,
of said day, the following described renl
estato subject to tho dower of Jonathan
tho township of Howard, county of Knox
south parts of lots numbered eisht and
jiiiiu hi mo uiibiuui uurvvy ui HCCilon IWO.
township Bcven and rango eleven, U. S.
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bo called, beginning fifty ono (51) rods
npd Fix f6 feet rat from tlm south-west
ffll'IIBr nf lnt mimViasi aI14 eO .. t .a .
thenco eiipt to tho 8autheat compr of lot
V...t " , ".-.i.s'' l"K."--u norm unriy-ono
(11) "nil 17-JOO porches; thenco weit to
fulfill,. Hftl.-pn.ran r.Tl n.n 1 ..... .a. m ..
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of paid ljt number eight (8); thenco pouth
.ii nuu ii-iw pi-rciici o u-e pinco or np
glnnlng, estimated to contain twenty (JO)
acres. ' '
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iJFT"8 of role-Ono third In hand, ono
third In one year and ono thlnl In two
Hnva fnvt ilntn a n..ln .1.1. t . . .
.iM.ri.utn uuic ui nun-, wiui iiueret. ae
ferred payments to he secured by n mort
gage upon tho premises soM, or tho pur
chaser may elect to nay nil pni
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- Sheriff Knox Conntv. Oi'lo.
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