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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1012.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER.
By The Circuit Court to
Fifteen Cases Heard
li The City flf Mt. Veroon
Dorlog Present Week
The Clarence foster Case Is
Reversed By The Court
Adililstrators Approved In
The Hurray Estate
Judge Voorhees flas A Fast
Ride To Newark
Tke Judges of the circuit court of
Knox county announced conclusions
in tho fifteen cases they heard at the
October term of court Friday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
Court Stenographer Huclo Jouos
will proparo tho complete, decision In
each case- and will send tbem to tho
court for correction, nfter which they
will bo returned to this county and
will bo placed on file In tho oillco ot
the clerk of court
After announcing conclusions, court
was adjourned until Saturday, Novem
The conclusions announced by tho
court wero as follows:
Tho Hoover-Rowland Co. vs. Clar
onco Roece Judgment ot the com
mon pleas court affirmed with costs.
Remanded for execution.
Ohio ex rel Dial vs. Walter Saun
ders Judgment of the common pleas
Tho City of Mt. Vernon vs. Albert
C. Schweitzer Judgment of tho com
mon pleas court affirmed with costs.
No penalty. Remanded for execution.
John H. Anderson vs. the D. & O.
Railroad Judgment of the common
pleas court affirmed, with costs. Re
manded for execution.
Mary Agnes King vs. Thomas King
Judgment of tho common pleas
court reversed. Romanded for new
Charles Foster vs. tho State of Ohio
Affirmed. FoBtor is now Borving a
term in the Ohio penitentiary for burg
Clarenco Foster vs. tho Stato of
Ohio Reversed. Clarence Foster is
now sorving a term in prison for
grand larceny. It the case la reversed
on tho grounds of tho wolght of tho
evfdenco a now trial will be held In
the court of common pleas. If the
case Is reversed on a point ot law,
Prosecutor Croraloy states ho will car
ry the case to tho supremo' court of
Levering Brothers vs. Horkhclmer
Bros. Affirmed and remanded for exe
cution. R. I. Francis vs. L. C. Penn ot al
Continued and referred. William A.
Hosack appointed referee.
T. & O. C. Railway Co. vs. Pbllo M.
Duston -Affirmed and remanded for
In the matter of tho exceptions of
Mary Ann Padget et al., to the first
partial and final account of H. H. &
R. M. Oreer, administrators of tho es
tate of George Murray Judgment ot
tho common pleas court In overruling
the exceptions to the second account
affirmed and Judgment of the common
pleas court is reversed lu sustaining
tho exceptions to tho said second ac
count. Tho second account of the ad
mlalstratora is hereby approved and
confirmed. The judgment of the cir
cuit court sustains the administrators
in every particular.
The Columbus Gas & Fuel Company
vs. The Knox County, Oil & Gas Com
pany Submitted and taken under ad
The Columbus Buggy Company vs.
B, B. Salisbury Reversed. Judgment
for the plaintiff in error for 1227.92,
with interest, from the first day of tho
February term of common pleas court
John Spltzer vs. Flora Irvln Sub
mitted on motion to dismiss, overrul
ed. Leave, granted defendant in error
to file answer In CO days. Leave grant
ed plaintiff In .error to amend peti
tion. Contral Manufacturing Mutual Co,
vs. A. M. Stewart Passed, Will bo
hoard at Ashland, O., on Wcdnosday,
October 10, 1912.
TlionmB McClelland vs. Noble Weir
Hoard on demur. Tho latter sus
tained. Loave granted plaintiff to
Ralph Warning vs. Tho Stato of
Ohio Heard on motion to fllo petition
in error. Ornntod. Heard of morltR
and Judgment of tho mayor and com
man plons court affirmed,
Tho court concluded Its work at 4
o'clock and Judgo Voorhees was very
anxious to take the 0:12 train out of
Newark for Coshocton in order to nr
rlvo homo early in the evening. Ac
cordlngly Judge Frank O. Levering
took the judge to Newark in his Peer
less touring car. A rapid run was
made to Newark. The automobile left
Mt. Vernon at 4 p. m. at exactly the
same time tho train loft Columbus for
Newark. The automobile reached
Newark two minutes before the train
pulled in from Columbus and tho dis
tance Is tho same from Mt Vernon to
Newark as It Is from Columbus to
Newark over the Pennsylvania lines.
Judge Voorhees had ample tlmo to
make the train and arrived in Cosh
octon Friday evening.
Accompanying Judge Levering to
Newark were Court Bailiff Purcell and
his brother-in-law, Mr. John Smith of
Rochello, Illinois, and Mr. Frank Mc
Ougin of this city.
First and Final
Flora Darling, administratrix of H.
O. Darling, has filed a first and final
account in probate, which shows the
following: Received 12,426.46, paid
out the same sum.
Take Up New Duties And
Clean Main Street Of Dirt
Chief of Police Cloments and Lieu
tenant Robert McElroy took n new
duty upon themselves Friday night
and cleaned the South Main street
pavement of a two inch coat of mud
and filth. They should bo given a
vote of thanks by every public spir
ited citizen of Mt. Vernon.
On Frldny morning soveral clerks
from tho Main street stores scraped
largo piles of mud from tho bricks
In front of their respective places of
business and labeled them In various
odd and ludicrous manners. Seeing
this nnd knowing that nothing would
be done by the street department,
the officers borrowed a string of fire
hose from the third ward engine
house and bogan work. By tho force
of water the dirt and mud was driv
en Into the sewers and the pavement
was made very clean.
BRIEF SLUE NEWS
BELLEFONTAINE Lewis Henry,
aged 77, farmer of West Mansfield,
retired In his usual good health
Thursday night and was found dead
In bed in the morning by his wife.
FINDLAY Mrs. William Kngy,
who was run own by an automobilo,
in Tolodo Labor Day and seriously
hurt, is dead at her homo here.
MARYSVILLE Mrs. Rachel Ins
keep, aged 88, is dead at her home
in Essex, where she conducted a tav
ern for nearly GO years.
MARY8VILLE At tho request ot
Dr. Kugono F. McCampbell, secretary
ot the state board of health, Marys
vllle council has taken steps to install
a sanitary sewerage system.
ASHTABULA Warner Sullivan
general yardraaster for Lake Shore
Railroad, has been promoted to the
position ot trainmaster of the western
division with headquarters in Chica
go. 8PECIAL DANCE, (MANHATTAN,
Wednesday evening, October 16th. K.
ot P. Armory.
Regulations On Street Better
Sioce Ordinance Was
Conditions on the streots of tho city
are better generally since the intro
duction of the traffic ordinance two
weeks ago by Councilman Salisbury
according to a statement made Satur
day morning by Chief of Police Clem
ents. As near as possible, the most
ot thoso affected by tho ordinance
are complying with it and a decided
change is noticeable in the traffic on
tho principal streets. The ordinance
will, be rigidly enforced.
$1M Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will bt
8 leased to learn that thero l at knst one
roaded disease that science lias been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that I
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Ohio Ih tho only
positive) euro now known tn tho medical
fraternity. Catarrh bulnic a constitutional
disease, iruulrea a corntllullnwil treat
ment. Hairs Caturrh Cure I tiUen In
ternally, nrtlnij directly upon the bland
and mucniiH surfaces of tho, nynU m. there
by destroying tho foundation of the dls
ease, nnd giving tlw.p.ill.Mit i.lrnngth bj
building up tho '(institution nn! nmlsilng
nature In doing lli vnrlt. Thf proprietors
hnvA ,n mitrh fnltll In ilK lUr.'lMVO I'OW-
era Hint thev offer On llimdi'l PiilUrs
any ni" ttinl t ru h in uin,
for list rf testimonial. , , ,., ,
AddreM V .1 IlKfS ' CO . Tolfi'.o, rtbto
Bold Iit el, rrm"-tvi. TV
Take Halt1,! rurally 'ill P cgnKtlpfttluc.
1 1 J News 111
Tho Women's Dorcas class of tho
(lay Street M. E. church enjoyed a so
cial In tho church parlors Friday ev
ening. A largo number were present
during tho evening, during which a
banquet was given. An InterestliiK
Mrs. Frederick I). Sturges, Kast
Gambler streot, entertained with n
bridge party, followed by a suppei
at her home on East Gambler street
Friday afternoon. Tho event was giv
en In honor of Mrs. John Drydcn of
St. Louis, Mo., and Dr. Elizabeth
Crltchficld of JNew York City. Five
tables were filled. The prize was
awarded Mrs. L. S. Klnnalrd and the
guest's prize was given Dr. Crlteh-
field. A number of ladles came In
for supper to meet the honor guests.
Miss Inez Vance, East Vine street,
was the hostess of a most delightful
auction party on Friday afternoon,
given In honor of Miss Roso Sapp.
Threo tnbles wore filled nnd at tho
conclusion of the games a delicious
luncheon wnB served. Tho guests weio
Miss Sapp, Miss Groh of Wyandotte,
Mich., Miss Judson of Toledo, Mrs.
Paul Cummlnps nnd Miss Adclla Ho
sack of Frcdcricktown, Mrs. William
L. RoblnBon, Mrs. Harry W. Koons,
Mrs. Clinton N. Wllllnms, Miss Laura
Koons, Miss Norn Wing, Miss Marie
Hogue, Miss Ethel Cooper; Mrs. Wnl
tor Sperry, Mrs. Clydo Conley. Miss
Is Praised By The Scieotilic
The Scientific American, conclud
ing an editorial In a recent issuo up
on the subject of the needs of, better
scientific knowledge as it affects avia
tion, compliments tho work of Con
gressman Sharp in its behalf as fol
lows: ."Hon. W, G. Sharp, In an uble ap
peal lo tho house of representatives
for the encouragement of aviation,
recommended the appropriation for
an aeronautical laboratory and the
Aero Club pf America has, with the
endorsement of prominent sclentlllc
bodies, pledged Itself to secure the
endowment of such nn establish
ment." The speech referred to wns deliver
ed in the house of representatives,
recently, and affords u most valuable
and interesting contribution to the
knowledge ot tho day upon this fu
ture method of transportation. In
it the representatives urged the es
tablishment of an aeroplane experi
ment station. Mr. Sharp, who, In spite
of his active business career, has a
great liking for the sciences, early
came to see the possibilities for use
fulness in the new field of enterprise.
The classification ot these fields of
utility and his treatment of the sub
ject called forth the admiration ot
his colleagues as well as the most
favorable comment from scientific so
cieties nnd publishers.
Mr. Sharp hopes to be able to se
cure a government school of aviation,
for which be has Introduced a bill In
congress. The army otllcers, who
are connected with the service at
Washington, pronounced the location
nnd conditions prevailing as ideal for
such an Institution, ns both the hydro-aeroplane
as well as the aero
plane could be used in tests and prac
Sustained By Two Men In An
Accident At Gambler
Alfred Fish, Jr., and D, S. Russell
figured In nn exciting accident at
Gamblor Friday evening when the
buggies In which they were riding
collided and were upset. Russell was
driving south near the Pennsylvania
station when Fi3h attempted to pass
htm at a very dark portion of the
loud. The wheels locked and both
vehicles were overturned. Russell's
head was severely cut when he was
tin own to the ground. The buggies
JOHN M. WOOLI30N, Democratic
Candidate for Sheriff.
It Is altogether unnecessary to put
a name under the above cut to Identify
It, as it will bo quite generally rccog
nlzed as an excellent likeness of John
M. Woollson, the popular deputy sher
iff of Knox county, who is tho Demo
cratic nominee for the office ot sheriff.
No man has a wider acquaintance In
Knox county and no one has more per
sonal friends than John Woollson, As
deputy, ho has been a valuable assist
ant to Sheriff Parker, and his duties,
which constantly take him Into all
parts of the county, havo been per
formed ju a most efficient manner.
This counts for much In his favor in
tho present campaign.
The people recognize that John
Woollson possesses the qualities nnd
qualifications for making nn Ideal
sheriff. All business coming Into his
hands would ho promptly and careful
ly taken cam ot and the interests of
no person would be permitted to suf
fer through any lnxity or neglect on
his part. His personality is such as
lo command respect for him as un of
ficer by evil-doers. As nn executive of
ficer his duties would be pcrformeQ
without fenr or favor.
These traits in John Woollson are
among the things that commend hi in
most favorably to tho voters of Knox
county, ns will bo attested on election
A GROWING INSTITUTION
Absolute anfety, perfect conven
lence, reasonable earning power, arc
but a few of the desirable features
when you Invest In a six per cent cer
tificate of doposlt with THE CBN
TEltDURG I1UILDING AND LOAN
COMPANY. Wo are growing very
fast, nnd our depositors arc growing
with us. Are you one of them? You
should be. 15.
! tt si s AT ot T 1. 1 1 tP I'
Harlod G. Fronce
unroid o. Fronco, tho four-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva I). Fronce,
died nl the home of his parents on
West Burgess street at ft: GO o'clock
Friday evening after a two weeks' Ill
ness of diphtheria. Tho funeral at
tho house Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. Ira J. Houston officiat
ing. Interment in Mound View ceme
1 J. E. Duncan
J. E. Duncan ot Killbuck, Ohio, died
in a hospital In Pittsburgh, Pa., Wed
nesday after a long illness caused by
cancer. He was a member of Koko
sing Encampment No. 38 I. O. O. F. of
Susceptibility to colds, sore
throats, tonsilltis and such, indi
cate impoverished vitality lack
of reserve strength to weather
A spoonful of SCOTTS EMUL
SION after each meal starts
healthy body-action like a small
match kindles a great fire and
more: it mahf rich, htatthy,
actlv blood fortifiei (n tittutt
and ilimidaUt the appmtituit
medua sound body-itrength.
SCOTTS EMULSION is the
fiurest cod liver oil, made cream
ike and palatable without alco
hol or drug the quintessence
Reject imitations they are im
postors for profit.
BCOTT & BOWTIK, Bloom field, N, J. 12-33
Association To Hold Mating
On October 21, 22, 23 and 21 New
ark will entertain the members of the
Ohio Library Association, who will
meet In this city for their tegular
convention. The association Is made
up of the librarians of public and col
lego libraries, the trustees of public
libraries and a few members of wo
men's clubs. It Is expected Hint be
tween one hundred nnd fifty nnd two
hundred members will bo In attend
ance. The officers of the association arc:
Caroline Uurnlte, Cleveland, presi
dent; W. F. Bewail, Toledo, Esther
Straus, Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Mnry
E. Downey, Columbus, vice presi
dents; Louise Fast, Tiffin, secretary;
Mlrpnh G. Walr, Columbus treasurer.
The headquarters during the con
vention will be at tho parish house of
the Trinity Episcopal Church.
During the convention various busi
ness meetings will be held during tho
day, nnd In addition to these a spe
cial program of evening meetings
with noted speakers Is promised. AH
the' meetings are open to thoso Inter
ested In library work, but the general
public Is especially Invited to the ev
ening meetings, which will bu held in
tho High school auditorium.
On tho evening of the 21st, Miss
Pauline Stelnem will deliver nn ad
dress on the subject, "The Library
and the Community." In addition
there will be other speakers, and at
the conclusion of the program a iu
ceptlon will be held In tho con Mors
of the building under the auspices of
the trustees of the Newark library
and the various women's clubs of the
The address on the evening of he
22nJ will be given by Dr. F. L. Hee
ler, superintendent of schools In
Pittsburgh, who will take ns his sub
ject "Old-fashioned nnd New-fashioned
On the evening of the 23rd Dr. Alex
ander Johnson, secretary of the Na
tional Conference of Charities and
Corrections, will speak, taking as
his subject. "The Place of a Public
Library In n Modern Community."
For the entertumment of the vic
tors ill us are on Not ..'i-v-b. i.to
Uourd of Trade will secure the use
of about fifty automobiles for. the af
ternoon of Tuesday, the 22nd. The
convention visitors will be taken t.vi'r
ilie city, to the Country Club. M'i..':iU
iiiiildcis' Park nnd to Granville.
Lctr.l llbraiy people nre excs'-lltti,-ly
in cud of tho fact that Newark ?.?
this convention, as It linn been the
custom In the pnst for the sesoim.s
'o In held In larger cities only, .ind
In consequence every effort will b
mndo to make the Newark me.1,4
an unqualified success.
Wnltcr Sapp, who cut a bad gash
jn his light fore-arm during foot ball
practice nt Riverside pnik Thursday
afternoon, wns nimble to start In the
game against Millersburg high school
this afternoon. The cut was Indicted
when be fell on n piece of broken
I will offer at public sale at my real
dence, 2 miles north of Howard,
the following property, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912
G head of horses, consisting of gray
mure 11 years old, weight about 1800
lbs.; black mare 7 years old, weight
l.'iOO lbs.; black mare 4 yeais old,
weight 1400 lbs. These three mares are
well broko and not afraid of steam or
automobiles. One 2 year old gray
horse, well broke, double weight about
1400 lbs.; one yearling Alley, a fine
one. Two of these mares nro bred to
the Wolfe & Norrlck horso of Howard.
Four head of good Durham cows, one
fresh with cnlf by her side, one fresh
some time in November. The other
two are giving milk; one yearling
steer, nice and fat ready for the block;
2 fine brood sows, ono with 9 pigs the
other with 10.
Milwaukee Dlnder and Milwaukee
Mower In good running order; good
Conrad wagon almost as good as new;
low down farm wagon, spring wagon,
2 buggies, corn sholler, hand cider
press, fence stretcher, Natlonnl cream
separator, riding corn plow, 2 breaking
plows, 2 double shovel plows, Blngle
shovel plow, 2 pairs ot wagon ladders
hay rake, ono sleigh, wheel barrow,
Iron kettle, 3 log chnlns, drag harrow,
corn In tho shock and about li tons ot
nice timothy hay baled.
One cook stove, heating stove, 2 sets
of work harness ono nlmost new, set
of surrey names, 2 sets of slnglo har
ness and other articles ton numerous
Sale will begin at 10 o'clock, Sun
Time. Terms to be made known on
the day of sale. Lunch will be served
while sale Is going on.
Pat Purcell and C. H. Mlllor, Aucts.
M. P. HAMMOND.
How the Democratic Candi
dates May Be Identified
At the coming election the names
of candidates for the various Judicial
offices, viz: Supreme, circuit, common
pleas and probate Judge, wilt not be
found on the regular ballot, but will
be placed on a separate ballot, which
will be known as the Judicial Ticket.
The names of all candidates for
each Judicial office will appear one aft
or the other. They will bo rotated In
the printing of the ballots, so that no
name will occupy the same place on
to ballot. There will be no party
emblem or other designation on the
ballot whereby the politics of a can
didate may be known.
There are numerous candidates for
some of the offices of Judge, and In
order to enable voters to familiarize
themselves with the names of tho
Democratic candidates, the form here-
with given shows the names of the
Democratic candidates with an X
mark in front of each name.
This form may bo taken Into the
election booth by the voter as a guide
In enabling him to Identify the Demo
Tatlc candidates when he comes to
mark his ballot for candidates for
JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT
(Two to elect)
X Oscar W. Newman
X William E. Scofield
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT
X J. F. Wllkins
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT
X L. K. Powell
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT
X F. M. Marriott
JUDGES OF COMMON PLEAS
(Two to elect)
X R. L. Carr
X Thos. B. Fulton
JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT
X Seba M. Crouch
For President -Woodrow Wilson of
For Vice President Thomas R.
Marshall of Indiana.
Governor James M. Cox of Mont
gomery. Lieutenant - Governor Hugh L.
Nichols of Clermont
Congressman-at-Large Robert M.
Crosser of Cuyahoga.
Attorney-General -Timothy S. Ho
gan of Jackson.
Auditor of State A. V. Donahey
Treasurer of State John P. Bren
nan of Champaign.
Secretary of State Charles H.
Graves of Ottawa.
State Commissioner ot Schools
Frank W. Miller of Montgomery.
Supreme Court Clerk Prank Mc
Kean of Cuyahoga.
Dairy and Food Commissioner--Sylvanus
E. Strode of Crawford.
Members of the State Board Pub
lic Works William Samse of Henry
and Tobias Schott of Stark,
Judges of Supreme Court (long
term) Oscar Newman of Scioto and
William E. Scofield of Marlon.
Judge ot the Supreme Court (short
term) J. Foster Wilklns of Tuscara
was. Congressman Wm.
G. Sharp of
State Senator John Cunningham of
Circuit Judges L. K. Powell of Mor
row (long term), F. M. Marriott of
Delaware (short term.)
Common Pleas Judges Robert L,
Carr of Knox and Thos. B. Fulton ot
Representative Norman H. Hunter.
Probate Judge Seba M. Crouch.
Clerk of Courts Charles W. Hayes.
Prosecuting Attorney David B,
Sheriff John M. Woollson.
Auditor Walter M. Riley.
Treasurer Lloyd M. Bell.
Commissioners Legrand Britton,
T. M. Dill, J. C. Earleywine.
Surveyor Arthur C. Wolfe.
Recorder Edgar 0. Rush.
Coroner V. L. FIshor.
Wanted an opportunity to prove
that Banuer classified ads bring re
sults. Try it once.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
derslgncd have been appointed a
qualified Excctitriccs of the Ehtatr qt
EMILY M' FARLAND
lato of Knox county, Ohio, deceased
by the Probate Court of said county
October 3rd, 1912.
OHA and EMMA M'FARLAND;
SHERIFFS SALE v
' Samuel C. Ilerry
I'mmu J. Masters et nl
Knox. Common Pleas
IJy virtue of nn order of snip Istue4 e-A
of the court of common pleas of Knt
ci,uni). uiuo, nnu 10 mo uirccieu. 1
offer for, jile at the door of Oi court
liouxc, In Mount Vernon. Knox countyv on,
Saturday, the 26th day tf
between tho hours of 1 p. m, iind 1p.m.
of nald day, mm folowInK described, lands
and tenement, towlt: , .
Ilelng nil of lot No. 18 nnd the oath
part or lot No. H in the neennd quarter at
townxlirp ,Kevcn nnd range elovnn In nakt
towniitilp, county nnd utule, bounded aa.
described ah folfdwa:
lieeinnlne at the nouth-eruit corner oC
lot ISo. 16; fhencu north on the eaat tin,
of aaid lot D9M rodii to u'ntake; tbeeo
wchi on ine norm lino of Raid lot 3M.Mk
roda to tho nurtheait corner of M tot:
thence north on tlm nt line of lot No. 14.
XW rod to a Htnke: thence north M SL
de-creex wot U.U rods' to a stake Mm
which a hickory tree 26 Inclien In diameter
bears south degree, eaat 33 feat Afo.
tant; thenco soutli 4 3-4 degrees, neat M.I
rod-j to a stake on the nortn side of a ui
11c road; thence north &6Vi degrees, wwt
along the north nlde, of said road 12 roCn
to the west line of lot It: thence moth
1!4 degrees west .on said line SS rod t
n stone nt the southwest corner ot said
lot; thence ciiBt on the south lino ot lot
14 nnd 16, Vffi VI rods to tho place of begin.
nlng, containing 197.M acres more or less,
saving nnd excepting from the above
described tract the following premises
conveyed by John Ilerry and Mary A,
Llerry, his wife, to tho Hoard of Kducatlon
of Howard township. Knox county, Ohio.
situated In the county of Knox. huUa of
Ohio and bounded ns follows: lleglnnliuc
03 polt-H from the northwest corner of lot
N'o. IS In the second quarter of township'
7 range 11 and on the north line of.sakt
lot; thence running south 1 degreo weec
7 pole), thence north X3 degrees west. G
pole, thence nortli 1 degree wist 7 poles,
thence soutli fc! degrres enst C poles tn Uw
place of beginning, estimated to contain
12 poles, provided that when raid describ
ed piemlses ceases to be used for school
purposes It will revert back to said grant
nrs, their heirs or nsslgnx.
This s.ild first tract being sub-dlvldedr
by the commlsioners for tiie purpose of
appraisement into three parts. The first
part designated as the home place ojvt
estimated to contain about ft! acres, ap
praised at &MJC.U0. The second part lylnc
north of the rond running cast and west
on the north side of tho home place esti
mated to contain about 3. acres appraise-l
at I1.CC0.00 and the third part lying coat
of the road running north and south on
the east side of the home place estimated
to contain about 79 ucres appraised at.
13.910.00 and the entire tract one being ap
praised at tl5.000.00. This Mrst tract will
nrst be offered In three separate pbrta a
appraised by the commissioners und then,
as a whole, snld sale to be mado In three,
separate parts or as a whole and for tho.
best price that may be attained therefor.
All that part and parcel of lots 10 and It.
in the second ouarter of townshlD 7. raaj-
11, In said above named township, coun-.
ty and state, bounded and described a
follows: Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of lot No. 11: thence south on the tin
between Howard and Monroe townships.
47 rods; thence south 87 degrees a" eaat;
237.43 rods to a stake from which aw
white oak 8 inches in diameter beam,
south fi degrees west 33 links distant::
thence north 3M degrees cast 80.60 rods to
a stone on the north line of said Iota MV
nnd 11; thence north to degrees west oi.
said line 237.G3 rods to the place of beginning-,
containing 12127 acres more or less-,
Appraised at t7.M0.na
TERMS OF SALE One-third cairh on
day of sale, one third In one year and on
third In two years from date of aaK
nlth Interest, deferred payments to be,
secured by a mortgago upon the prerals
es sold or the purchaser may elect to pay,
a" CaS"- V. J. I'AKKER.
Sheriff Knox County. Ohio.
F. O. Levering, attorney for plaintiff.
TIMES FOB HOLDING
CIRCUIT COURTS FOR.
THE YEAR, A. D., 191&
STATE OF OHIO, FIFTH
It Is ordered that the time of the be-,
ginning of the "terms of the Circuit
Courts of the several counties In taldt
Circuit for the year 1913 be llxed as fgl-
lows, to-wlt: , , , . . ,
Ashland county on the .22nd day of ApriU,
nnd the 11th dny of Octobv- ,
Coshocton county on the 3rd day ot Jtu
and the IStli.day of November.
Delaware county on the 27th day t
May and the stli aay oi nove-noer.
Falrlleld county on i
i 15th day of Aprils
nmi thn ifith rinv nf Hentember.
Holmes county on the 19th day of May;
nnd the 21st day of October.
Knox County on the lsti
day of April nnd the 7th dayi,
Licking county on the 4th day of Marchs,
and the 30th day of September.
Morgan county on the 22nd day of Mart
and the 6th day of November.
Morrow county on the 10th day of Ju
and the 2nd day of December.
Muskingum county on the 6th day OR
May and the 11th day of November.
Perry county on the 29th day ot Aprils,
and tho 2Sth day of October.
Richland county on the 7th day of Janu..
ary and the 2nd day of September.
Stark county on the 11th day of Febriv
ary and the 23rd day of beptember.
Tuscarawas county on the 17tn day oe
June and the 9th day of December.
Wayne county on the 28th day of Janu
ary and the 9th day of September.
Said terms to begin at 9 o clock, a. nw
September 17. 1912. VOOHHEW.
It. S. SHIKLD8.
L. K. POWELL.
State of Ohio. Knox County. -
1. Chns. W. Hayes. Clerk of thji Orj
cult Court within and for said
and state, do hereby certify that tWf
above and foregoing is a true W.
the order Axing the times for wMf
the Circuit Courts In the Fifth Judtejl
Circuit of Ohio for the year i913,and that
the same now appears of record an -Journal
of said court. v-,.
In witness whereof I have harjuaja,
subscribed mv name and affixed the cat
of said Court 'at Mt. Vernon. Ohio. ot
the ani. day of HAYEa
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By O. G. TAYLOR.
RUSSELL R. SELLERS
Mt. Vernon, - - Ohio
Citizens' 'Phone 2019B
Wrlto or 'phoue early for
dates, as I sell nearly every day
during the salo season.
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