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THI DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
FRIDAY, DEMCCMIBR 9, Hit.
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lux Cnily On Tuesday
dmciry Cases Are
Heart la Common Pleas
Twi Divorces Granted By
Tie Ciirt On Monday .
buissliiers Award Con
tract For Bridge floor
Two Wills were filed In probato on
By the terms of the will of Ollvo
L. Baaett, lute of Mt. Vernon, tho tes
tatrix flTOS to her husband, Geo. S.
BwMtt, all her property, both real
a4 personal. Upon the death of her
husband she give to Fannie Lohr
Uoyd, Margaret Murray, Helen Mur
mjr, Adelaide Snook and John L.
ttaiook certain personal effects. To
May Snook Elliott she glvos tho sum
i 100, to Clarence O. Snook the sum
f 100. The toBtatrlx directs that the
remainder of tho estate bo. divided In
to alz oqual parts and one-sixth given
t each of tho following: Louise
Oacakle, Olive Gamble Harrod, IIcbbIo
Oaatble Murray, May Snook Elliott,
Oarvace O. Snook and Lester Lohr
SMOk. Carence O. Snook Is named as
the executor. The executor is direct
ed to soil real estate for tho support
et the husband during his life-time.
The will was Hlgnod April 20, 19U7, tn
the presence of George W. Crlso and
The Fink Will
The last will and testament of An-
geltae Fink, lato of Mt. Vernon, has
tee lied In probate. By tho terms
of the well tho tostntrlx directs that
fell her eetato be converted Into mon
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ey. She gives to Marcus t;onneiiy (a
brother) $1,600, to William Lucas (a
nephew) $600, to Henry Connelly (a
nephew $100, to Marshall Connelly (a
nephew) $200, to Olive Cox (nloce)
$100, to Ida Culver (a niece) $500, to
Ida Harris $100. Lewis B. Houck is
named as executor of the will which
was signed August 6, 1912, in the pres
ence of Lewis B. Houck and Philip L.
Common Pleas Court''
The week Is being given up In the
court of common pleas to the hearing
of chancery cases. The following
caBcs were disposed of by Judge 8ew
ard on Monday:
McCtillough vs. Zlosloft appraise
ment confirmed and sale ordered.
Black vs. Black temporary ali
mony as follows: $20 on the 16th of
December and $8 on the 16th day of
each month thereafter.
Bradfleld vs. Harkness Leave to
file petition Instanter.
Drouhard vs. Drouhard Decree of
divorce to tho plalntiff.
Dudgeon vs. Dudgeon Decree of di
vorce to plaintiff on the grounds of
Braderlck vs. Davis Decree quiet
Commissioners Let Contract
Tho county commissioners at their
session Monday awarded a contract
to D. C. McKoe for flooring the Car
penter and Grant bridges In Butler
township for $19.
A first partial account has been filed
In probate court by Goorgo B. Water,
executor of George B. Lea, showing
the following: Recolvod $426.39, paid
out the same sum.:
In the probate court a third par
tial account has been filed by William
B. Adams, guardian of Virgil Dowds
showing tho following: Received $1,
130.76, paid out $31.74, balance $1,099.
02. Sixth Partial
H. II, Greer, trustoe and executor of
Louisa J. Rook, has filed a sixth par
tial account In probato showing the
following: Rocolvcd $263.68, paid out
$2,423.36, duo executor, $2,169.36.
A fourth partial account has boon
filed In probate by John A. Cassil nnd
Emma J. Barker, executors of Robert
Casnll, showing tho following: Re
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ceived $206, paid out the same sum.
First and Final
A first nnd final account has been
filed In probate by John A. Loney, ex
ecutor of Arvllla Loney, showing the
following: Received $643.80, paid out
tho same sum.
Sixth and Final
, A sixth and Anal account has been
filed in probate by Leander Hays, ex
ecutor of Angellno Culp, showing the
following: Received $1,972.18, pad
out $211.13, balance $1,761.05.
Henry Shinnabarber, guardian of
Harlcy Shinnabarber, has filed a first
partial account In probate. It shows
the sum of $506.02 received and $38.
05, paid out, leaving a balance of $467.
07.' Deeds Filed
Charles" B. Workman to Wm. P.
Hanger, lot In Buckeye City, $200.
Rebecca Armstrong to Otis Clayton,
lot 16, 17 and 18 Centerburg, $87.
Otis Clayton to Virgil Clayton, Iota
In Centerburg, $100.
California Woman Seriously Alarmed
"A short time ago I contracted a se
vere cold which settled on my lungs
nnd cniiRcd me a great deal of annoy
ance. I would have bad coughing
spells and my lungs were so soro and
Inflamed I began to be seriously
alarmed. A friend recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saying
Hlie had used it for years. I bought
n bottle and It relieved my cough the
first night, nnd In a week I was rid of
the cold and soreness of my lungs,"
writes Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle,
Cal. For sale by all dealers.
Mrs. Charles Parrish of Danville
will entertain this evening at her
homo for Mrs. S. A. Esely who will
move, with her husband, to Nevada,
Ohio, In tho near future. A. musical
program will be enjoyed during the
Mrs. K. L. Porter' and Miss Lulu
Rtloy entertained very pleasantly at
tho home of tho former In Danville
Saturday ovening In honor of Mrs.
Carl Myers of Warsaw and Mrs. S. A.
ONE WEEKS SALE
YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING House
Commences Saturday, Dec. 7th, at 8 a. m. sharp
Positively Closes December 14th at 11:00 p. m.
NOT ONE DAY LONGER Right in the Heart of the Season we will give a
DlSCOUIlt Of 15 on all Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats.
DlSCOUIlt Of 15 on all Men's and Boys' Long Trousers.
DlSCOUnt Of 15 on Men's Boys' and Children's Suits.
Positively no discount on any other goods. Our only reason for this sale is to
reduce our tremendous stock of SUITS and OVERCOATS.
Remember Our Policy As we say, we do.
Our guarantee with every purchase.
YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE
I. ROSENTHALL, Prop.
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In the territory contributing to Mount
plan a Christmas Store big enough, and
months. To meet
dollars, a store must
the extraordinary; to provide plenty, yet to avoid oversupply; to pick the choice produc
tions; to care for every fancy; to make easy the purchasing of gifts for men, women and
children of all ages, dispositions and kinds, are some of the many things a well-planned
Christmas store should be big enough to accomplish. We ask for your critical inspec-
k tion of what we've
jjpfli mb WAt &
Esely of, Danville. Three tables ot
brldgo were tilled during the evening
which was spent delightfully. A two
courBo luncheon was served.
Tho members of the MartlnBburg
Embroidery club very pleasantly sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mosshold
or at their home In Martlnsburg Mon
day evening. About thirty ot tho
members of tho club were present and
gave Mrs. Mossholder a beautiful hand
painted set of sugar and creamers.
Refreshments were served. Mr. Moss
holder wns recently appointed deputy
the demands of the gift
be cosmopolitan. To
been so busy assembling
THE J. S. RINGWALT CO.
&m fW" eaHjs ea HL aUl
sheriff by sheriff-elect John Woollson
and will move to Mt. Vernon In a short
Cured of Liver Complaint
"I was suffering with liver com
plaint, ' Bays lva Smith of Point Blank,
Texas, "and decided to try a 25c box
of Chamberlain's Tablets, and am
happy to say that I am completely
cured and can recommend them to ev
ery ono." For sale by all dealers.
Miss Anne Johnson and Mrs. Wes
ley Jordan of Howard spent Tuesday
In Mt. Vernon.
STORE ON THE CORNER
Vernon live upward of 50,000 people. To
active enough for them is the task of six
purchasers who think in
keep OUT of the ordinary and to keep IN )
for the last six months
neWbrf'tlW iiy mrV w .
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned haa been appointed and
qualified executor of the estate of
MARY T. GESSLING
Ipte of Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by the probate court of laid county
November 20, 1912.
FRANKLIN T. GESSLING,
Three Piano Bargains Inquire of
E. B. Melondy the tuner, Mt, Vernon,
Miss Callle Osborn went to Colum
bus and Springfield today ,to spend
three weeks with relatives.
NO GOODS CHARGED
AT SALE PRICES
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pennies, dimes and I
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The Pure Milk Co. of Co
lumbus, ,0., will pay two
cents over Elgin for Separat
or Cream, and five cents over
Elgin for Inspected Sweet
Cream, F. O. B. Columbus.
For particulars write us.
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