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TUE3DAV, OCTOIER 8, 1912.
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ii Tkat A Deed Far hvpert?
, fie Set AsMe
li Unm Pleas
A Salt for Dlviree filed ly
ta Last Will Of NarloilM
Is filed li Prelate
onmoD Pleas Judges Will
Meet Id MansfteM
Inrtha .1, Spring linn commenced n
,ult lu the court of common pleas
)f Knox comity ngulnttt Curtis Spring
ind Solomon Spring. The plaintiff
.iliUi'B hIio was married to tho do
fondant, Curtis Spring, on October
1, 1900, nnd that no children were
born uf thorn. She ullcgeH that the
ddfcmlnnt linn nbumloncd her. Shu
.itittps that lie Ih tho owner of con
Aidornblo icnl estate near Ceiiterburg,
ICnox county, nnd that ho attempted
lo. convey the same to Solomon
Srlim. Th plnlutlft ullefies that the
nild convcynnco Is told for the reason
tuit tho (lofendaut, Solomon Spring,
JU1 not nppoar bofore n notary public
mid acknowledge the snmo to bo his
voJuntnrv net and deed. Tho allega
tiUrt'li) mado that tho defendant, Sol
'Ocaon Spring will dispone of the prop
erty nnd tho plaintln asks for au in
junction restraining him from tunk
(rig uuy Halo of the property. Upon
-final henrlng the plaintiff asks that
Ufa deod mndo to Solomon Spring be
ilclnred null and told and that she
ie, 'nllowed alimony In a reasonable
Jiirm. A. tempurnry restraining order
vu allowed by i'rolmto Judge ricrry.
Vjllght & Moore are (bo attorneys
Wantt A Divorce
f Elizabeth AHbhiiru Tootliuiau bus
commenced nn action fir divorce
natiiHt John Toothmuii in the com t
nil common pleas or," Knox county.
Vhe pltilntlH HlntuH lliuy were mar
Mod Notombor 10, 1901, at lluckeyo
t'Uy mid that no children wore born
I'X them. Tho ullegnllnii Is made that
the defendant abandoned the plain
(lit on September IX, 1905, and (hat he
'has been absent for a period of sev
er! years. The plaintiff iihUh for a di
vorce anil that sho may bo rcHtoicd
ti her liinldoii immo. Clinton M.
' Ulco nnd William A. Ilomick are tho
attorneys for the plalutirf,
'Aavlce To Sheriff
A wpoclnl dlhputch received by the
Hlileld fiom its Columbus correspond-
vnl Tliursduy afternoon states' that lu
t piling to Khorlif Can oil or Itjchhiud
Jiuily today, Attorney (Icnernl Hog-
an advises him to Include in his elec-
' tiUii Tmu'lnmntlciu a call for election
.irjtandldatos for Htate bo;ird of pub
lic works nnd statu school coiiiiuIh
stl6nor iKitwitliHtiiiidlng the fact that
'Article 5 of the constitution has abol
..hod these places.
"Wo are tit J 1 1 operating under the
"M (onntltutlon .mil cannot anllclpnto
v now one," said llngan, Mniisllulil
-Judges To Meet
1V mooting ol nil the Judges of this
' amnion plens Judicial district will
tie. held In this city Tjiesday, Octo
ber 15, lit 10 a, m for the purpose
of electing a presiding Judge mid llx-
ng Hie times of (ourt in the different
Mtnlfco Mniitlleld Is the presiding
haufttft 6f tho dlsliJrt at ptesunt. The
yuntloH Included in th ulhtrlct are
J'Jch'Inutl, Aslitnuil, .Morrow, Wayne,
"Wiilinoi, Coslocioii. Miking Delaware
'Six JmlKes will be here for the
vt(sctliiK and while here they will be
h'ia ginttfts of JudKe Mansfltdd at din
ttif, Tho Judges, hud been holding
titeJr iiioetlugs in Columbia but this
-tltno. they decided to meet here as
it" la loiiK'Wliul Ineuiiveiileiit fur all
if them to get it Columbus - Mans-
"TT)v OJrd Will
TlJO last will nnd testmuop of Mar-
"fllril, late of Liberty township,
Its been filed lu ptolmto. Ily tho
SLirrjns of the will the testator gives
1 tot his wife, Salitna Illrd, nil his es-
tntc, both real nnd personal. He
nnmcH his wlfp ns executrix. The
wilt V'ns sgncd July 27, 1906, In the
prcHcnco of II. M. Huntsbergcr and
W. H. Smith.
Inventory and Appraisement-
In tho matter' of the estate of Sarah
II. DeWItt an Inventory and appraise
ment nan been filed, which shows the
following: MoneyB $13.18, securities
$565.19, claims $52, total $660.37.
The La Ports Assignment
In tho matter of the assignment of
Qeorgo P. La Porto, editor of the de
funct Danville Herald, an Inventory
and appraisement has been filed In
the probate court of Knox county,
showing the following: Personal prop
erty $285.50, claims $170.75. Total
Second Partial '
A second partial account has been
filed In probate by Ella Nlcholts,
guardian of Olllo Nicholls, showing
tho following: Rccolved $932.03,
paid out $56,39, balance $875.(54.
Pint and Final ,
Wilson Uradrlck, administrator of
Kuth Ann Smith, has filed a first and
final account In probate court of Knox
county, showing tho following: . Re
ceived $1,553.67, paid out $1,199.60,
Charles Sllllman Clnrk, farmer,
Morris township, nnd Kdnn Mai
vlna Dennett, Monroo township,
ltev. W. H. Kgllnr
Joseph lOdHon Love, salcsmnu, Chi
cage, nnd Kthel May Ilatcmnii, seam
stress, Mt. Vernon. Ilov. William U.
C. Delbcrt Illne, farmer, Llheity
township, and ICdna S. Hlgglns, Mil
ford township. Hov. J. M. Wells.
Jomi T, Illnohnrt to Dr. Ocorge M.
Itlnehart, 85 acres lu Clinton, $1.
Dura Stevens to Anna L. Stevens,
ill acres In Hllllnr, $1.
K. It. Shnip to Ilezeklah Clements
ct ul., lot lu city $1.
Harry O. Ucckholt to K. C. Williams
10 ucrcs In Morgan, $1,600.
Henry Uutts to Marvin Purdy, 121-2
acres In Harrison, $800. '
Wm. H. Harding to lion Knox, lot
lu city, $800.
Used To Turn Hair Black
And Now It's Green
Cleveland, Ohio, Oct, 4 Irretutablo
evidence that all tho peroxide blondes
uio not females was adduced in Mil-
ullcpul Court today when Sam Her
man wis arraigned on u charge of
Sam faced the court with a mop of
"Wbero did you get that hair?" de
manded Judge Levlne.
"I got tired of black hair nnd
'bought I'd become a blond," replied
Sam, disgustedly. "I used peroxide
and now tho darned stuff Is fading
Ho was given n suspeiied touteuce
on the theft churge, nnd rushed out to
got a linlr-cut.
Of Paralysis Sustained By
Mrs. Mary Browning
Mrs. Mury Drowning of 211 North
Main streot was sel,ed with n stroke
of paralysis Thursday night nt 12
o'clock, The entire lefte tilde of her
body was affected and she Is In n very
Elected By Mothers' And
Teachers' blub Of
Tli'i Mothers and 'Teachers' club of
the rind Ward held n regular meet
ing Thursday afternoon und the fol
lowing 'oillrors Mere elected for tho
President Mrs. O, J. Ilofiuaiiu.
First Vice President- Mrs. Ilnttle
Second Vice Piesldent Mis, lliurj
Secretary- Mrs. Ada Uobbs.
Troiisuior Mlsu Coin llalid
lOteoutlvo CommitteeMrs. L. S.
Klnnalrd, Mis, llessle Huiulerfou,
Mivs Nnuulu Wright.
Oe The B. ft 0. North Of The
City Thursday Afternoon
Docs A Large Anouat 01
Daniae Aad Ties Up Traffic
Two Persons Were lojared
When The Wreck Occurred
Wreck Crews From Two
Cities Work Many Hoars
In Clearing Up The Debris
So Traffic Can Be Resumed
Two locomotives nnd eight frlcght
cars were smashed and several hun
dred dollars worth of merchandise
was damaged or destioyed In a rear-
on collision, Just south of tho deep cut
north of tho city at 4:20 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Doth trains
wcro south bound and No, 94 was
running Into tho west siding when
socoud 24 rushed through the cut nnd
cinshed Into the first, train which had
been tumble to tunko the siding In
time to nvold tho wreck, ICnglnccr
W. J. Wright and Klroman Clarenco
Kinney, both of Nownrk, were both
Injured but escaped death by Jump
ing from tho cub of :ho engine on
An ' unusual fact about tho trains
figuring In the wreck was that an en
gine was attached to the front nnd
rear of each, tho first one pulling and
tho rear one pushing. When engineer
Wright saw that the first train had
been unable to mako the siding he
shut oft and threw on tho nlr. Ordin
arily this move would havo slackened
the spoed of his train tc quch nn ex
tent thnt tho crash would have been
much lighter. Tho englnoor at the
rear end or the train was still In his
euglno which had not yet entered the
cut, however, nnd could not see tho
Impending cutnstropho and did not
shut off. As n result Engineer
Wright's efforts wore In vain and the
entire ".rain wus shoved against the
cii'jtno on the rear of tho first train
with terrific force.
The two ongiues wcro piled Into a
heap and were apparently damaged
boyond repulr. Wight box cars wero
Jammed together with force enough
to hurl thorn from the track and burst
them open. Theso cars contained
brooms, paper, farm wagons, sewing
machines, nnd various other kinds of
morchnndlso of thnt order. The
damage to this wus large,
Almost Immediately after tho crash
the wreckage cutight fire fiom the
eti'iluo lire-boxes nnd the city fire de
partment wns hurried to the scene.
Tlia .blaze was kopt down by tho un
ceasing offorts of tho firemen who re
mained at work .until midnight. Much
merchandise that was not damaged
In the crash was ruined by Hie and
Wreck trains wore rushed to tho
scene from Nownrk and Chicago
Junction and the work of stnlghteii
lug out the chaos wns begun us (prick
ly as possible, Trulllo wns badly tied
up nnd the truck wns not entirely
clear until Into Friday.
Engineer Wright sustained u deep
ginh on his right forearm und bled
profusely. He was taken to the oftlco
of tho company surgeon where atten
tion was ronderod. In leaping from
the cab Fireman Kinney fell across
tho east siding nnd struck his nose
solidly ngnlust a tie. Tho bone in tho
nose was" badly broken, He was pjtin
fully bruised about tho thighs. He
was hurried to the office of a physl
clan und received surglcul attention.
The blumo for tho wreck Is not llx-
ed on any speclul person although
somebody blundored or the trains
would not have' come together. It up
pears that tho second train was much
too close behind the first one. It wds
the worst wreck in Mt. Vernon for
Mrs. Clyde Stokes und Mr. and Mrs.
HezlkfaU Clements left Friday morn
ing foi Mlstiuwnkn, Indiana, whore
they wll Attend tho funeral of Her
bert Hollngshcad, a relative.
Henry lutthlasi Weaver died at his
home- In Mansfield Thursday after
noun. The deceased wns a gi initiate
of Konyon college ttnmblor, nnd wns
y'll known In Mt. Vernon
Mrs, Frci 'Sanderson and guest,,
Mrs. Hello Harwell und son, Ralph,
are siomflug the duy lu Columbus,
II L III I l-l ' jk ,1 II I fkl
Of Roll Moosers ly One Of
Who AllMicts Be WW Elit I
Chicago, 111., Oct. 4 Haisil'ton
Whtye, who was a delegate to the
Illinois State Bull Moose convention
and to the Bull ,Moose Congressional
convention' Ik Ms district, walked-Into
(he democratic headquarters In the
Karpen balldlat;., and announced his
repudiation of 'the third-term candi
date and declared Ills intention to
support Oov. Wilson. When Roose
velt was 'named by the third-term
party Mr. White, who had helped to
bring about his nomination, 'was en
thusiastic in his behalf, but recent
evonts have cooled his ardor and in
fait led him 'to support Gov, Wilson.
The disclosure of the fact that
Standard Oil contributed to Roose
velt's campaign fund the support of
rtoosovelt by Perkins and the steel
trust and harvester trust Interests ns
well ub other developments of the
campaign havo 'caused Mr. White to
abandon his supporter Itooscevlt. Mr.
White emphasised his change of heart
by informing 'Representative A. S.
IlurleHon In charge of the Speaker's
llurcau thnt be .was Willing to devoto
his time to the campaign to the ex
tent of making speeches whorever
the committee might 'desire' to '.send
him. Mr. Whito was formerly;. from
Iowa nnd has Indicated n preference
to bo sent to that state for speaking
To Be GlvfeiJ (n This City By
The music committee of the Mt.
Vernon Festival Association held n
meeting Thursday evening nt which
tmo It was decided to give tho "Mes
siah" In this city a's the mid-winter
concert of the association. The mus
ic was ordered immediately and It is
expected to nrnvo lu order to hold
tho first rehenrsal next Monday even
ing. Tho place nnd hour will bo an
nounced later. , .
Mr. Samuel If. l'etorman was In
Columbus Thin stlay purchasing sup
plies for the Knox county board or
Mrs, Mnry Jackson und Mrs. C,
It. Squires were tho guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Q, M. 'Mooro of Newark, O., on
Ilov. Thomas Hazzanl, who has
bocu the guest of his mothor-ln-lnw,
Mrs, Charlos Fi Uullock, returned this
afternoon to his home in New York.
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousand Hav Bcn Helped
By Common Scum
Women suffering from any form of fe
male ills are invited to, communicate
promptly with tho woman's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be 'opened, read and
answered by a womanand held in strict
confidence. A woman'CM freely talk of
her private Illness toa' woman; thus has
been established a " confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years and which baa never been
broken. Never have, they published
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them In
their ales will attest, '
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, It Is more
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed In your case. Noth
ing Is asked in return' except, your good
will, and their advice -has pelped thou-
sands, burely any
woman, rich or poor,'
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous ofTer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lvdia E. Pink-
ham Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn, I
Every Cvomnn -ouglit to Jiuvo
Lydln I-:. Pinktnm'H HO-tWKO
Text Book. It ia not a book for
(ronornl distribution, ns It In too
oxpeiiHlve, It la free nnd only
obtainable by wall Write for
it today, t
II l-C-v 1 II
Wilson Stands For a Principle
Will You Stand By Him?
yocdrow Vjon i a vastly Htfferent aWcr of man than you find among the ranks of many good men ia
practical political' life, t,' ' , - . "
Woodrow.vVilion is not among the great majority of' politicians and business men, otherwise estimable
characters, who believe thattthe end justifies the means, who are honest in a commercial or political sense.
The candidate -of the progressive voters of the country not only does not believe in the doctrine of
anything to win," but he insists' on plain old fashioned honesty in every detail of his campaign.
Woodrow Wilson proposes to win on the merits of his candidacy' and platform or not at all. s
, "Clean hands or novfight" is Wilson's ultimatum to his supporters throughout the country.
No Tainted Mony For Wilson
Not" dollar of questionable moneywlll be spent-to elect Woodrow Wilson. ( t
, The Democratic National Committee is heart and soul in accord with the candidate's views.
And the. corrupting influences, with no political faith, casting about to win a foothold in the new govern
ment with bribes of ill-gotten gains, have despaired of reaching Wilson or his campaigners. , . ';'t.
They have gone to the enemy, whoever that enemy 'may be. It is a matter of common knowledge thai
the Interests" are using all their pbliticaMunds to defeat Wilson. , Vr-'
This- makes it your fight.
What th American Popl Ned to Know
The people have constantly made the mistake of .believing that this is a money-ridden nation.
Such is only the case insofar as the People fail to get together and so permit the few to control the dishonest
representatives they, by mistake, elect to office. ;
The actual money power of the People is' still greater than that of the Interests.
The Progressive People of the country, if they get together, can buy and tell the Corrupting Influences
and destroy their financial power. .
So Woodrow Wilson and his managers believe that not only is it the only clean method but the most
practical method for the Progressive People of the country to supply the Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund.
Tho Pwoplw to Fight With THEIR Dollars
This year a popular president is. to be elected with the People's money.
The Wdodrow Wilson Campaign Fund is to be collected from the rank and file of the Progressive Voters
of the country.
The bills of the Democratic National Committee are to be paid, not with the thousands of the Interests,
but with the individual dollars of the earnest, eager voters who desire clean, efficient government and who are
willing to help Wilson as he wants to be helped.
' , Money thus needed is not spent in improper ways or in any manner similar to the way in which the funds of the
Interests are disbursed'
But we have to tell the voters of the country about Woodrow Wilson. We have to teU them what he has done.
We have to tcllthem what he stands for. Wc have to point out to them the important planks in his platform. All this
means that to hold up our end we will be obliged to spend as much money as those who oppose us.
This means that every man or woman who believes In Wilson should be willing to contribute to bis cause.
Let the supporters oi Wilson help us to spread the Wilson gospel to the four winds.
Let the Progressive Voters battle this year with their pockctbooks as well as their ballots.
We Solicit Popular Subscriptions Can You Glva From $1 to $20?
Of course, you can and you arc glad to support the cause in this way.
Practically every voter can afford to gtvc fl to aid the Wilson Campaign. A great many can give 2. A great
many can give tC, And there arc lots and lots of progressive voters who will be eager to donate from $10 to $20.
These nre the kind oi contributions we want.
And wc will be proud to receive from thousands, who can only afford 91, their $1 contributions. We want to hear
from every man who has a dollar to give.
This year the man with the dollar must defeat the government traduce r who spends his thousands.
'Get Club Subscriptions
Ii you know many Wilson men, ii you work among many Wilson men, head a list with your name aad money and
get the others to join you with their subscriptions.
Then send your list with the money to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman, Finance Committee, Democratic National
Committee, 000 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.
No loyal Wilson man can do more than this to assure Wilson's victory at the polls In November.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Sign tha Coupon opposite and nil In tbe amount you te.
Than sttsob your money to this Coupon sad mr.ll today to tha
address slveo on the Coupon.
I m chacki, tao-My ariar ami adirata H aantributiaaa
laCR. Craaa. Vica CkaJrawa, riaaaaa Caauahtaa, Daaaacratk
Katiaaai CaauaJMaa, SM MlaMfoa Avstkaa. CWcaa, Ht
Than write a letter to this paper (ItIds your name aa e con
tributor and statins your reasons why yon believe Woodrow
Wilson should be eleoted President of the United States. Is this
way you will be listed as a Wilson eoatrlbutor. A tenrealr Re
ceipt, handsomely lltbosratihed.taeU worth fraaalns.wlll beaanlM
you. You t letter will help la tbe Seat by egeourailnc yoar meeds.
Do everythloc you eaa to hold aw Wilton's beads ta his etoes
eanpeln Sse tbe people who So tbe work aad Surbtabt at tbe
L. B. HOUCK
Oftlco Rogers' building, No. Ill Soutl
Main street, Mt. Vernon., Ohio. Roomi
2 and 3, second floor.
Luther A. stream Wm. F. Rlme
STREAM & RIMER
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city nrtporty bought, sole
and exchanged, properties rented ant
rents collected, Fire Insurance a spe
clalty, Representing 14 old rollabli
stock companies. Accident insuraact
live stock Insurance, Plate glass la
surance, automobile Insurance, in faei
we caa Insure any proporty you ma)
have. Surety bonds ot all kinds. Cal
and see us. Room 1 Hlpe bldg., Soutl
Main st. Clt. 'phone No. 447 Black
All business of legal nature civet
prompt attention one especially U
practice in tne Probate Court. Offlot
No. 9 East High street. Mt. Vernoa. O
New Phone, Office 104.
x. o. biggs'
Office la Arnold block corner ot
Bast High street and Mosumeai
square, Mt, Vernoa, Ohio,
O. X. OONARD, M. IX
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ANC
Office and resldeace, 18 East Viae 8t
Cltlreas' 'phone 62. Office hours: I
to ana 7 to o p. m.
Bell 253 R.
THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
If you own anything, have
Citlsens' 'Phone 131 Red.
6 East Gambler street, ML Vernoa, O
IN IMlOBATn COUNT OF KNOX
NOTICti OK UlOAItlNf OF AI'PM.
CATION TO UKCOrtU UKCHIPTH,
Josopl! Qoi8iuli lutvlin; tiled III tills
Court IiIh upnllrutlon iiml receipts for
IcpiH'IcM piild liy liliu under Item 2 of the
codicil nnucxeil to the Uim'ulll nnd lentil
nient of Nonli Onrituili. di'iensfd. for nn.
tiy un the Jourmil una reeoidlnK on tn
nmiKln of tho will uconl of tho will of
Nouli aoiHiich. In this Court, lo erfeet the
leleiixn of icnl extnto fiom tncumlirnnen
of Hiilil letfiiolcs! tliHiefnie nutd mutter will
he for heiulnR before-till C'mul on Tues
day, Ot'tolier 18th. VMS. at is o'clock, n. m.
I'ATIUCK A. 1IF.UUY.
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
re v a. shans. vies eeajnnan, vshbss SBBBarnea,
Tee betBeerefcwi&jMe fiMBMi4bau SwS ajatalBaa new SSasseSa SL
A a Mltrar la proeianlta Utah tt (aTaraawat tayranaHS la Ma saa.
dklaey at Weeerew WIImb f ar PfMMaat t the Callei States, aaStathtaaSakai
ha raay take the eSke fraa-haaSaS, (atraauaaMd, aad atSajataS ta aaaa eel tha
PMateetttMeeeaary, iwua (eeaartkalelareefh yam tha sera of .,,,...
toward the aiaaaata ot 0t. WMeaa-eretaaalta.
R.F.D State !
Something to Think About
At the age of 65 years,, It Is estlmatecf 97 of the people of the
United States are dependent upfih others.
Put your money in one of these farms and you will not be depend
ent upon any one.
Here are some good ones:
, 04 Vt acres black and semi-black loamy soil, spledld corn and clov
er farm. Good 8-room house, barn 36 by 40 nnd one 26 by 40 and out
buildings. Nlco, fruit orchard. tlOOyearly gas lncomo and frco gas.
Cl'oso to school and railroad, (imlles to Mt. Vernon. A money,
maker at 7,50O. "v
91 acres in splendid state of cultivation, lays good, well fenced
with woven wire tonclng. Good 7-room house, nice large bank barn,
wagon-shod and cribs, windmill, well, cistern and spring water, 8 to 10
acres of timber. 1100 yearly gas ln-como and is close to fine wells. 3VJ
miles out. S8,000. See this one for a good farm.
61", acre valley farm, flno soil, good water, fruit orchard, 7-room
frame house, barn, wagonshed and cribs, good fences, 1100 yearly,
gas lense If lcslred Well located.
13.0 acres within two miles of both Mt. Vernon and Gambler,
good 7-room house, barn 35 by 70, one 25 by 30, wagon shed and other
buildings, Nice 10 acre fruit orchard. A good Investment and home
at $80 per acre.
S See us fi
See us for some money-making
Rockwell Farm Land Co.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
DR. 0. O. ORIDER .
Office and residence comer
Gambler and Mulberry sts. Calls
answered day or night. Both
'phones, Citizens' 173. blue; Bell
1ISSELL R. SELLERS
Mt. Vernon, - - Ohio
Citizens' 'Phone1 9019B
Wtlto or ihone early for
dates, as I sell nenrly every, day
during the safe season.
Mr. Harvey Hammond of Allllwood
was In the city Uulurday on business.,
farm, bargains NOW.
KNOX OO. TEACHER!'
Meetings for tae-aatnatlea
teachers ,wilU be held at, the
CENTRAL aWHOOL- Bldg.
' Mt. VernenOhfo.
The llrst Saturday of every motnn
The third Saturday of April arl tin
third Saturday In May. Examlnaliua
will commence at 8:00 o'clock a. m.
Address all communications to tbe
Cleric ot Board of Examiners. ,,r
Organisation o( board: '
J. S. ALAN, President,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
R. U JONKS, V. President,
Mt. Vernon, Ohjo.
A L. MURKY, Clerk,
Mr. und Mrs, Rodney Murlson Jr.,
of Cleveland " spent Tliuisday and
Kndny wl(h relatives nnd friends in
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