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FRIDAY DECEMBER 23, 1910
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Of Sale Of Liquor In "Dry"
Either By Letter Or By Other
Is '.Unlawful Is Holding Of
Columbus, O., Dee. 20 In the case
of the State of Ohio against W. H.
Hayner, charged with a violation of
the Rose county option law for the
soliciting of orders for the sale of li
quor by letter- In Knox county, O., the
judgment of the lower courts was sus
tained today by the supreme court. In
the lower court .Hayner was found
guilty of a violation of the law, the
holding being that It Is unlawful to
solicit orders for the selling of liquor
by letter or otherwise In "dry" terri
tory, and the supreme court sustained
this finding. Hayner Is a distiller at
In another liquor case, the State of
Ohio against Walter Schean, taken
up from Tuscarawas county, the su
preme court holds In a decision ren
dered today that breweries In "dry"
counties cannot sell either wholesale
or otherwise In that county.
For The Christmas Cantata
At The H. P. Church
Tho following Is tUo program for
tho cantata, "Foxy Santa," to be giv
en at tho Mulberry Street M. P.
church on Friday evening, December
Cast of Characters
Santa Claus Norman Turner.
Jack Frost Percy Van WIcklln.
Miss Mary Cleo Collo.
Letter Carrier Harry Bennington.
Snow Queen Frances Hlnger.
Teddy Earl Stoyle.
Bobbie Ralph Ward.
TcsbIo Emma Fobos. ,. , ,fc& .
tola Margaret MatthcwsSSj "
Evelyn Nova Ward.
Polly Fayo Davis.
Snow Fairies CIbbs of ton girls.
Orphans ClaBs of eight girls.
Santa's Military Band Class of
Threo Little Jacks Brothers of
Class of Tots Six Httlo girls.
Musical Numbers In the Cantata
Sing tho Song of Choor Opening
Tho Bod Time Story Miss Mary
It Must Be tho Ghost Jack Frost
and Chorus of Jacks.
The Snow Fairies Snow Queen and
Santa's Military Band.
Which is He? Solo Santa.
Wo Wroto a Letter to Santa Tot
Tho King, Jack Frost Jack and
Kerchoo Sneezing Chorus.
Look Pleasant, Please Santa and
Hello! How do Do! Miss Mary,
Jack. Santa and Chorus.
Foxy Santa Ensemble Chorus.
Chime, Sweet Bells Hidden Chor
8AVED FROM AWFUl. DEATH
now an appalling calamity In his,
family was prevented Is told by A. D.
McDoaald, of Fayettovillo, N. C. It. F.,'
D. No. 8, "My slater bad consump
tion," ho writes, "sho was very thin
and pale, had no appetite and seemed
to grow weaker every day, as all rem
edies failed, till Dr. King's New Dis
covery was tried, and so completely
cured her, that sho has not been trou
bled with a cough since. It's the best
best medlcino I over saw or hoard
of." For coughs, colds, tagrlppe, as
thma, croup, hemorrhage, all bron
chial troubles, It haB no eaual, 60c,
$1.00. Trial bottles free. Guaranteed
by G. R. Baker, and F. Fink of Fredericktown.
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Quito an excitement occurred hero
Sunday about noon when flro broke
out In tho Wright property, occupied
by Leo Tucker. As Leo was not nt
home, tho flro brlgado broke In tho'
door mid succeeded in extinguishing
the flames, but not until considerable
damage wns done. Nearly two squares
of roof and much plastering was de
stroyed. Damago to household goods
Mrs. Mnrslmll of Mt. Vernon is vis
iting Mrs. Carollno Shcedy.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel
Thatcher, Dec. 19, a son.
Tho protracted meeting at the M.
E. church closed Sunday evening und
Itov. McClelland of Frcderlektown Is
delivering a courso of lectures this
week In A. C. church.
Thero will bo union Christmas ser
vices Saturday evening at A. C.
church. Admission free.
Jay Ilolllstcr and Fred Tucker are
still In the hospital nt Columbus.
Mr. Huffman of Mt, Vernon spent
Sunday with Cornelius Tims and oth
X fry frr tT 0r ?4 frvQ T fr4 w9 44 ftlfl
Attorney W. O. Bowers and family
will leave soon for tho Isle of Pines,
to mako their future home. C. D. Hay
den has purchased the law ofllce of
J. W. Truex has sold his drny bus
ncss and residence to B. V. Swetland
and Paul Hewitt.
J. P. Lnthnm wns taken to Mt. Car
mel hospital, Columbus, Monday for
treatment for tuberculosis.
.F S. Shlnnaberry was In Mt, Ver
non Friday on business.
Houier Ramey and Miss Ethel Wil
liams of Marengo spent Saturday and
Sunday with the former's parents,
Burt Barney and wifo.
Mrs. Chaso Long Is at Cincinnati
taking treatment from a specialist
Mrs. Kittle Itlley entertained a num
ber of young people Mondny evening
In bonpr of her brother, L. M. Herrod.
Mrs J. M. Stevens has returned to
tho .home of her daughter, Mrs. L.
M. Dally, after several weeks' visit
with relatives In Chicago.
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The Butler township grange met
last Tuesday evening. New ofllcers
Miss Ida Wilson and brother, Char
ley, were Mt. Vernon callers on Sat
urday. Mrs. Ijjla Mcdaron and Ada Knox
called at the home of L. A. Nethers
and family last week. Mrs. Nethers
Is said to be much improved. ,
Mrs. Lyman Welker is still on the
Mrs. John Nethers and daughter,
Mlna, spent Tuesday with tho for
mer's slBter, Mrs. Walter Wolfe, of
near Gambler. .,.
Mlsk jMarBeal returned "to her
homo "on Brush Run,' after visiting
several months in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Parker spent Sat
urday nnd Sunday at tho home or
their daughter, of Butler, O.
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4. EAGLE GROVE 4.
Mrs. Sue Grant is tho guest of Mrs.
Potter of Fredorloktown.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Harris bpent
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Littlo Will takes tho place of Uncle
Phil, and butchering goes on just tho
The Mt. Vernon Telephone Co. re
pair crow was through this vicinity
last week repairing the line.
Mr. Charles Braddock Is confined
to bin bed with a severo attack of the
Thero will bo a Christmas enter
talnmcn at tho Piko church next Sat
Mr. and Mrs. H. A.TJanlels and son,
Arthur, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Shipley,
attended the funeral of Charles
Smith, held at Butler last Wednes
day. A son was born .to Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Underfill last Thursday morn
lner which lived Just a few hours.
END8 WINTER'S TROUBLE8
To many, winter lt a season of trou
ble. Tho frost 'bitten tooa and fingers,
chapped hands and lips, chilblains,
cold sores, red and rough skin, provo
this. But such troubles -fly before
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. A trial con
convinces. Greatest healer of Burnt,
Bolls, Piles, Cuts, Sores. Eczonia ond
Sprains. Only 25c at G. R. Baker's,
and F. Fink, Frcderlektown.
WANTED At A. J. Flaharty's bar
ncss store. East Front St., Mt. Vor.
non, Ohio, hides, sheep pelts, tallow
and furs, glngsen and golden seal.
Write or 'phono for prices.
Mr. John Whlto of Howard spent
Tuesday In Mt. Vernon on business,
Diijif And Dumb Embracing
On Track Are itun Down
Janesvlllc, Wis., Dec. 21 While
two lovers, deaf and dumb, embraced
madly on a railroad track hero last
night thoy wcro run down by a fast
passenger train, which Instantly kill
ed the girl, Roao Lee, of this city, and
fatally wounded her lover, Hoy Tunl
son, of Kockfonl, 111., who had come
to Janesvlllc for a call.
Ho was about to take an Interur
ban electric car for home, and when
tho two wero saying tholr farewell the
train rushed upon them, and they did
not hear tho whistle, owing to their
affliction. Tho girl was thrown 60
feet and was dead when picked up.
The man suffered a fracture of the
skull and both legs wcro broken. He
cannot recover, tho doctors say. Tho
two wero students together at tho
Stato School hero for tho deaf, grad
uating last Juno.
BANKS ON SURE THING NOW
"I'll nevor be without Dr. King's
Now Llfo Pills again," writes A.
Schlngcck, 647 Elm St., Buffalo, N.
Y. "Thoy cured mo of chronic consti
pation when all others failed." Un
equalled for Biliousness, Jaundlco, In
digestion. Hcadacho, Chills, Malaria
and Debility. 25c at G. It. Baker's,
and F. Fink, Fredorloktown.
Selects Team For Debate
With Mt. Vernon
The second preliminary debate
which was held Monday afternoon at
the High school for tho purpose of
selecting debating teams to represent
Newaik High school against Mt. Ver
non and Zanc&vlllo In the triangular
debating league, resulted In tho fol
lowing contestants being chosen:
Harold Chapman, Qulncy Cheadlo,
Lionel Chriatinan, Esther Klssaue,
Walter Orr, Truesdnle StovonS, Ralph
Laugllu, Ethel Sharrer,
Tho question for debate, "Resolved,
That tho Federal Government should
adopt a graduated form of Income
tax with an exemption of incomes
bolow $5,000, per annum." Newark
WANTS TO HELP 80ME ONE
For thirty years J. F. Boyor, of Fer
tile, Mo., needed help and couldn't find
It. That's why ho wants to help some
one now. Suffering so long himself
he feels for all distress from Back
ache,, nervousness, Loss of Appetite,
Lassitude and Kidney Disorders. He
shows that Electric Bitters work
wonders for such troubles. "Five bot
tles," he writes, "wholly cured mo and
now I am well and hoarty." It's also
positively guaranteed for Liver Trou
ble, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders, Fe
male Complaints and Malaria. Try
them. GO cents at G. It. Baker's, or F.
Shepherds of Bethlehem
Tho following officers have beon
elected by the Shepherds' of Bothlo
hem: Past Commander Joru'aha Ward.
Commander Ida Piereo.'
Vice commander Stella Vanlthod
on. MarshalEmma Story.
Chaplain -Emma Mochwart.
Inside Guard Nellie Murrln.
OutBido Guard Martha Kingston.
Master otJ Ceremonies Ida Lara
bee. Bribe Roso Moore.
Accountant George Stophoy.
Treasurer Carl Mahaffoy.
Mohican tribe, No. - 69, Improved;
Ordor of Red Mon, has elected Uiesp
Sachem Lafo Strang;
Senior Sagamore Lewis D, Houclc.
Junior Sagamore Wm. ILSleoman,
Prophet Peter Mlllor.
Chief of Records Alfrod West.
Keeper of Wampum Silas' Parr.
FARMS FOR BALES 50 acres, 3
nlles from city, prlco $3,500. Also o
stock and grain farm, containing 26(
teres, has four producing gas wells
Vow 9-roora dwelling. Prlco 52 pei
irre, Stream & Rimer, tf
Mr. C. E. Prlco has purchased tho
Lyric theatre from Mr. Bronkar.
I Lodge Elections
And Style Of Celebrating
Christmas In England
London, Doc 21 Tho old-fashioned
stylo of celebrating Christmas, with
the blazing Yule log In the flrcplaco
tho merry family seated around the
festive board, which Is groaning un
der Its load of choice viands, includ
ing such delicacies as boar's head,
venison and plum pudding, Is a thing
of tho past uo far as London Is con
cerned. It mnyxstlll survive In the
households of well-to-do country gen
tlemen, conservative enough to pro
servo ancient traditions, but In Lon
don tho custom has aled ont. The
rich lenvo their town houses to take
their families to some fashlonablo sea
tide resort, whero they spend tho hol
idays amid the discomforts of crowded
hotel llfo; and the poor stay at homo
and enjoy their holidays according to
their means and tasto; but there are
no yulo logs nor any of tho famed
accessories of an old-tlmo Yulo tide
Tho royal household, still In mourn
ing for tho lato King Edward, will
spend tho holidays in a comparatively
quiet manner. The King and the
Queen and tho members of tho royal
family will celebrate Christmas "en
famlllo" at York Cottage, their charm
ing estate in, Norfolk. AlthougU quiet
ly nnd unostentatiously, elaborate pre
parations havo been mado for tho
Yulo tldo celebration. Thero will be
plenty of good things for tho table, in
cluding boar's bead and cygnet and
a Vberal supply of plum puddlpg,
mado in accordance with tho famous
receipt, preserved in tho royal family
for more than a century. Thero will
be presents for all mombprs of tho
family, a family gathering around the
Christmas tree in the hall and a dis
tribution of presents to the retainers
of the King's estate.
King Edward loved to have a num
ber of intimate friends around him
at tho Yule tldo season and Invariably
had a largo houso party at Sandrlng
ham at that time, but King George,
limited by the rules of mourning eti
quette, will forego the pleasures of a
gathering of congenial friends this
Christmas, whatever ho may choose
to do in tho future.
Christmas trade was not quite so
brisk as last year, owing to the un
settled condition of things caused by
tho excitement of tho political cam
paign and 'tho industrial strikes and
disturbances which have considerably
reduced tho purchasing power of tho
poorer working classes. Tho demand
of a cheaper grade has been larger In
comparison than for some holiday sea
.WcntOiiiirccIate Old Anil Discarded
All old, discarded toys, in good con
dition 'will bo gladly received by the
Salvation Army, It sent In by Friday,
Tho entertainment Is Monday even
ing, Dec. 2C at 8:00 o'clock. The
houso number is 3 Sandusky St.
Phono No. 108 W.
Girl fAnd Childhood Sweet
- heart Are Married
Pittsburg, Pa.. Dec. 21 That Stacla
Walsh, ono of the prettiest little man
icure girls Pittsburg ever knew, but
moro recently of tho Hotel Cadillac,
in Now York, eloped to Hoboken, N.
J., on the night of December 5 with
Thomas H. Wells broker, of that city,
Is information' which has beon given
out in Pittsburg- ' by Mr. and Mrs.
Wells in passing through from their
former ' homo in Youngstowu, O,,
which thoy visited on tholr honey
moon. . ' Irf Welle- la. only 22 years old, his
.brjbjit" 2J, and their story of court
ship reads like a romance. Wells is
tho son of u former steel man. in
Younfjstown nnd has only rccontly
como Into' a largo furtuuo left by his
father, who died some years ago. Tho
fortuno borders near tho million-dollar
mark. Wells and tho Walsh girl were
school children and tho child sweet
hearts together in Youngstown, but
while Wells was in Collego tho young
girl, whose parents wero poor, start
ed out to mako her own way in tho
Somo months since Wells, who had
gone to New York, met his old loyo
while walking through tho Hotel Cad
illac. Then thoy married.
For Christmas Entertainment
At Congregational Church
Tho following Is the program for
tho Sunday school entertainment to I
bo hold at tho Congregational church,
Friday evening, Dec. 23rd, at seven
Giving Exercise School.
Song nnd Exercises Primary class,
Song Miss Smallcy's class.
Recitation Ituth Lamson.
Christmas Play, "Trials at Head
quarters" with tho following charac
ters: Santa Claus, Mrs. Santa Claiis,
So-ka-da-go, Igo-wa-ka, Ope-no-bo and
COURT HOUSE NOTES
Application has been made through
tho probato court of Knox county
for the admission of Daisy Dean Dar
ling, aged 25 yearB, of Fredericktown,
to tho Gallipolls hospital for epilep
tics. Tho medical certificate was fur
nished by Dr. E. V. Ackerman of
Inventory and Appraisement
In tho matter of the estate of E. P.
Webster, late of Gambler, an inven
tory and appraisement has been flled
In probate, showing the following:
Securities $1,848, real estate $5,235.
Troy Collins, laborer, Gambler, and
Mlnnlo E. Parker, Howard. The Rev.
David A. Monis.
J. H. Fox to Virginia Fox, part lot
9, Mt. Holly, $250.
Marcus J. Hoagland to John II.
Fox, part lot S, Mt. Holly, $700.
S. H. Israel to Wm. H. West, 1
acres in Clinton, $275.
Clyde R. Thatcher to Emma Bron
son, 26 acres In Liberty, 2,300.
Charles Shaver to J. W. Berry, part
lots 70 and 71, old plat, Centerburg,
Boryl Donalson to Margaret A.
Babbs, 5 acres in Miller, $1.
James M. Rollins to Leota M. Mas
on, 8 acres in Jackson, $125.
Minnie W.VanNostrand to Margaret
A. Babbs, 5 acres in Miller, $1.
W. C. T. II. MEETING
Held Tuesday Afternoon At The Home
Of Mrs. Barnnard
The Mt. Vernon Woman's Christian
Temperance Union held its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Barn
hard, East High street, Tuesday after
noon. Tho meeting was opened by
singing the White Ribbon song. Mrs.
Crevollng had charge of tho devotlon
als. Tho minutes of tho last meet
ing were read and approved. Mrs.
Beach had charge o fthe program for
tho afternoon, which was on "Scien
tific Temperance Instruction." The
leader, Mrs. Beach, spoke of tho sub
ject being a far reaching one.
Mrs. Nixon read a paper on "The
Effect Alcohol has on the Heart."
Reading by Little Miss Sadie Work
man. Miss Beach read an interesting pap
er on "A Teacher Questioned."
Tho meeting was closed by singing
"Somo Glad Day."
Following the program a social hour
was enjoyed aud delicious refresh
ments wero served by the committee.
Tho artists are now drawing pie-
tunes of tho 1911 girl, but she doesn't
seem to bo much of an lmprovment
over the 1910 model.
Jos. M. Strieker
Martha A. Wolf ct al
KNOX COMMON PLEAS
By virtue of an order of sale in parti
tion Issued out of the Court of Common
Wens of Knox County, Ohio, and to mo
directed, I will offer for sale at the door
of the Court House,' In Mount Vernon
Knox County, on
Saturday, the 14th day of
between tho hours of 1 p. m. and 3 p. m.
of Bald day, tho following described real
estato sultnto In the county of Knox and
State of Ohio to-wlt:
Being tho north half of the south-east
quarter of section number two 2) town
ship five (5) of rango ton (10) of lands in
said county nnd state, and estimated to
contain seventy-seven acres, more or less.
Appraised at Jl.925.00.
Terms of sale One-third In hand, one
third In one year and one-third In two
years from (Into of salo with Interest. De
ferred payments to bo socurcd by n mort
gage upon tho premises sold, or tho pur
chaser may elect to pay nil cnih.
P. J. PARKER,
Sheriff Knox Co.. Ohio.
Columbus Ewalt, attorney for plaintiff.
Borah L Dalrymplp, Plnlntirr
1'lielip L Jnckion t nl , fWc mlnntt.
KNOX COMMON I'LUAS.
Jly vlrtui of nn Order of Snl In Parti
tion Jued out of tho fourt of common
1Um of Knox Counlv, Ohio, nml to mc
directed, I will onr for unln nt thn door
of tha court Imiuip, In Mount Vernon,
Knox County, Ohio, on
Saturday, tho 31sfc day of
hotween tho hour of I n. m. nml 3 n m
of ruld day, tho following doxcrlhcd landi
nnd tenement, lo-wlt.
The rollowltisr described real estate, all
nltunto In the townxhlp of Liberty, coun
ty 01 iwmx nnu mate, or omo, nnd ho
Inff nil tho rcnl r-fttnle which wan dovlnod
to Mnrv A. Dntrymple for life, by the
Last Will nnd TcBtninent of Andrew Dnl
rymple, dccenRcd, nnd more particularly
described an follows :
The following described real estate sit
uato In tho tiorthwt-Ht corner of I.ot Four.
In the Kccond Quarter of Township Six,
Hanse Fourteen, Knox County, Ohio, be
ginning at a point In tho center of the
Liberty Iload, ro called; thence In a
southerly direction along tho center of
eald road, D3.80 polcu to the center of the
Delaware road; thence In an easterly di
rection along the center of said Delaware
road, ia poles; thence N. 2 deg. 23 mln.
K. 13 poles: thence S, ffi deg. 13. 30 90
poles; thence N. 4 deg. M mln. K. 47.03
poles to a. post; thence N. 83 deg. 15 mln.
W. 75.d poles to tho place of beginning,
containing twenty-four and M-100 acres.
, SECOND PARCEL
Tho following described real estate In
tho Second Quarter of township Six.
Range Fourteen. Knox County Ohio,
and being tho south part of lot No 13,'and
being part of the Hogg Section, so called,
beginning at tho center of the Intersec
tion of the Delaware Road nnd the Lib
erty road, so called: thenco In a south
erly direction along- the center of said
Liberty road. 99.82 rods; thenco N. 83 deg.
2 mln. W. 119.94 rods to n stake; thence
N. 4 deg. E. 116 85 rods to n stake In the
center of said Delaware road: thence In
an easterly direction along the center of
said Delaware road 121.39 rods to the plare
of beginning, containing eighty-one and
95-100 acres of lnnd. f81.9G A.)
The following described real estate In
the Srond Quarter of the Sixth Town-
ship. Fourteenth Range. Knox County,
Ohio, being the central part of Lot No.
13, and being part of the Hogg Section,
sncalled. beginning nt the center of the
Intersection of the Delaware Road and
the Liberty road socalled; thence In a
northerly direction along the center of
saiu Liiuertv uoau. lbi.tii rout to a staKo:
thence S. 73 deg. 40 min. W. 61.43 rods to n
post: thence S. 69 deg. 23 mln. W l.m
rods to an Elm tree: thenco S. Zti deg
20 mln. W 5 09 rods to a hickory tree:
thence S. 75 deg. 50 mln. W. 50.18 rods to
n post: thence S. 4 deg. W. 91.75 rods to
the center of said Delaware road; thence
In an easterly direction along the center
of said Delaware road, 121 39 rods to the
nlace of beginning, containing Ninety
Four and 83-100 acres of lnnd. (9183 A.)
First Parcel appraised at Jl.OOrtfiO.
Scond Parcel appraised at 12 MS CO.
Third Parrel apnralsed at tof.S9.80.
Terms of Sale One third cash, and the
balance In two equal Installments, pay
able In one and two years resoectlvelv
from day of sale: deferred payments to
hear Interest at six per cent per annum,
and he secured by mortgage on the prem
les sold. Or purchaser may pay all cash.
If he so elect.
Said premises will first be offered in
Parcels, and will then bo offered as a
whole, and will be sold to the highest
P. J. PVRKER.
Sheriff Knox Countv O.
Park B. Blair, attorney for plaintiff.
Belle Flnnerman et nl.. .
KNOX COMMON PLEAS.
By virtue of an order of fnle Issued out
the Court of Common Pleas of Knn
Countv, Ohio, and to me directed I will
offer for sale nt the door of the Court
House. In Mt. Vernon, Knox county, on
Saturday, the 7th day of
between the hours of 1 p. m. and 3 p. m
of said dav, the following described real
Mtate subject to the dower of Jonathan
Colopy and Henrv Smlthhisler. situate In
the township of Howard, county of Knox
and Stale of Ohio. Being part of the
south parts of lots numbered eight and
nine In the original survey of section two.
township seven and range eleven, U. S
M. lands; being part of the Duncan land
so called, beginning fifty one (51) rods
and six (6) feet east from the soulh-weM
corner -of lot number eight (8) aforesaid;
thence east to tho south-east corner of lot
number nine (9); thenco north thirty-one
(31) nnd 17-100 perches: thenco west to
within fifty-seven (57) rods and six (0) feet
of said lot number eight (8); thence south
31 and 17-100 perches to the place of be
ginning, estimated to contain twenty (20)
Appraised at J 133.33, subject to said
Terms of sale Ono third in hand, one
third In one year and one third in two
years from date of sale, with Interest, de
ferred payments to be secured by a mort
gage upon the premises sold, or the pur
chaser may elect to pay all cash.
P. J. PARKER.
Sheriff Knox County. Ohio.
Koons & Sons, attorneys for plaintiff.
Mr. J. D. Knowlton and little son,
Gaylord, of Ashtabula, O., are the
guests ut the home of Mr. and Mrs.
It's Good Very Good
We sell all kinds Feed 2
5 Sole Agents
Purina Poultry Feed
: The best known feed for
: chicks or chickens
Elevator & Mill Co
TIME TADi re I
Mt. Vernon Ohio
b. a o. n. n.
No. 14 6:G0 a. m.
No. 4 11:30 a. m.
No. 16 5:3C p. m.
No. 8 .....0:18 p. in.
No. ? P;28 a. m,
No. 17 8:57 a. m.
No. 3 2:39 p. m.
No. 15 10:08 p. m.
Nod. 16 and 17 dally except
Bunday. Other trails dally.
C, A. & C. R. R.
No. 606 12:41 . m.
No. 520 9:58 a. m.
No. 623 6:30 a. m.
No. 504 9:00 a. m.,
"No, 518 10:56 a. m.
No. 602 12:25 p. m,
No. 508.. 6:10 p. m,
No. 600 9:37 p. m.
- No. 607 2:26 a. m.
No. 601 7:24 a. m.
No. 609 8:34 a. m.
No. 603 1:59 p. m.
No. 605 5:63 p. m
No. 619 6:49 p. m.
No. 621 7:10 p. m
No. 623 (To ML Vernon
only) 1:30 p. m.
Dally except 8unday.
L. B. HOUCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Rogers building, No. Ill S. Malm
street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Rooms
ind 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All business of legal naturo givem
prompt attention and especially to
practice in the Probte Court. Ofllce,
No. 9 East High street, ML Vernon, O.
Vew'Phone, Office 104; Residence, 354
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property bought, sold
and exchanged. Properties rented aad
rents collected. Fire Insurance a spe
cialty. Representing 14 old reliable
stock companies. Accident insurance,
live stock insurance. Plate glasB in
surance, automobile insurance, in fact
we can insure any property you may
have. Surety bonds of aU kinds. ,Call
and see us. Room'l Slpe bldg.. South
Main st. CiL 'phone No. 447 Black;.
Bell 263 R.
If you own anything, have
It Insured ' -
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN
18 E. Gamblei SL ML Vernon, O..
Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red .
E. C. BEGGS
Ofllce in Arnold block corner ot
East High street nnd Monument
Square ML Vernon, Ohio.
C. K. CONARD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Oflice and residence, 18 East Vino nt.
Citizens' 'phone, 52. OtUce hours: 'i
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m,
If you are looking for presents
that are attractive and pleasing as
well as useful don't fall to see our
line. We have a large atortment of
Toilet, Manicure Mili
tary and Shaving Sets.
Fancy Christmas pack
ages in Box Candy, Sta
tionery, Perfume and
Christmas Post Cards,
Seals and Tags.
East Side Public Square
Mrs. C. E. McManls has returned
to her homo in this city after a sov
eral days' visit with relatives in Lock.
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