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FRIDAY, JAOAHY 24, 1913. ,,
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THK DEMOCRATIC BANITIX.
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For Services hMierei As
Ani Stenographer For Period
Of Six Years
Claiming Such Service Wis
Worth $25 A Month .,
iOther Items Of Interest Frmi
The Temple Of Justice
'Kmmtt Levering has commenced
Hiilt In common pleas court against
"Charles C. Rusk, received of the late
Arm of Walght & Levering, asking
Judgment for 1 1,700 with Interest,
claimed due for services as uookkecp
c cr and stenographer for the.flrm from
Juno 1, 1906, to Nov. 1, lOlii.' Plaintiff
avers that It was agreed between her
untl the firm that she was to be com-
tpensatcd for such services, and that
the services rendered were reasonably
worth $25 per month. She says that
aho presented her account to the re
colvw and that ono of the members
vof tho firm, J. B. Walght, objected
!'lo tho! payment 'Of same, and that on
-Jan. 17, 1913, she was granted leave
lo commoner action against Uie re
ceiver. Owen & Carr for the plain
tiff. Preparing For Court
Preparatory to tho installation of
' the furniture in the rooms on tho sec
i ond floor of the court house, which
will bo used us the court room, and
consultation room of the court of ap
peals, Stenographer C. C. Cooper has
moved his audlenco to the room form
erly occupied by tho olllco of the pros
Today workmen aro engaged In
tmrltiK out the old partitions In the
room previously used by the htotio
grnplior and Is getting It In loneliness
for tint sessions of tliu court.
Tlio old witness room; which lias
n door commuting It with the court
room, will bo put In ahnpu for use
ol iliii court ub u consultation room.
Dr. Conner Answers '
Dr. Philip II. Cosnor, by his attar
uoy, li. 0. Itussoll, luui llled his nt
Hwcr and cross petition la the case
for T'OOO damages for Injury to an
uulumablln delivery car, which case
was: brought unnlust him by IMwiml
The physician statva iliat ho war
hi no way to blanio for the accident
lly way of ciohs polltlou ho avem thnt
ho wus driving IiIh macnlne Mouth on
North Fourth street at a lawful speed
wheff tho driver of the Vanutta inn
chine cut across Ills path In an effort
to turn Into Commodore street.
Dr. Cosnor prays that tlui petltliM
uf tho plaintiff bo dismissed. Ilo also
overs thn,t his machine was damaged
lit body, radiator, lamps, gears and
tiros' In the sum of fr00, for which ho
nru)H Judgment Newark Advocate.
Au ufflduvlt In lunacy was llled
Monday In -probate court by Wulter
II. Farmer agulnst Charles II, Mc
Koe of Union toniishlp. A medical
' cttrtlticutcs was tiled by Dr. T. H.
-Jofftrson and Dr, n. II. Bcolt, which
tsbows the patient to be 61 years of
ago and a native of Knox county.
'The attack Is a souuenco of an attack
of puouraonla. Ho was an nmatu of
Vniumliiis Klutu hosnltal In IK85, A
(sou and a daughter havu been Inmutea
'of thq hospital, but both havo recov
ered. Mr, McKeo Is satd to havo
threatened suicide and jiomlcldc. Ho
was taken to tho hospital by Deputy
Sheriff Mossholder, Mouday afternoon,
following tho Imiuast. '
Alt Vernon Company Sues
Tho Kelier-Dowds company oriMt.'
"Vernon UirougbWtorney 0, H. Hlnos,
hs filed an action In common pleaM
icourt to foreclose mortgage on cer
tain chattel porpertV tocttod In Mike
auuders' ,storo room situated on uio
TT... .11 1 tl.. ,. in IIAIfulllll
Ttw suit .ls"ugaiii( TvlmQt Dunlop
nd otliers. "The 'Mt. Vornoh compun
blaiHiti-l VW.iromJimur. Dun
Ofi tbe'suia Qf I8S.70 op promlasgiy
note secured by a chattel mortgage on
The petition "says that on January
1G, 1013, George V. Hlssong unlaw
fully entered the place where the
goods were located and removed two
pool tables, nine chairs, wood seat,
floor show case and oak frame, cov
ered by mortgage. The petition fur
ther aaya that Hlssong unlawfully
placed one pool table In the custody
of John Easterbrook at Butler and
that he unlawfully stored a pool .table,
nine chairs and wood seat in a barn in
Bellvllle and that he placed the floor
show case and the frarao In the pos
session of Ocorge A. Harmon at Belt-vlllc.
The Mt. Vernon company asks that
If the parties mentioned above have
any Interest in the property that they
be compolled to set up their claim. He
asks that If it is -shown that they
have no Interest In the property, that
they be ordored to return- it. It Is
asked that the mortgage be .fore
closed and the property sold. Mans
First and Final
, Luclnda Dlrd, executrix of the es
tato of the late George V. Dlrd, has
filed her first and final account. It
showa $2,300 chargeabtevatid the same
Charles Henwood of Gambler has
been appointed administrator of the
Taylor Henwood estate. Bond, r
800. Ball, James and Fred C. Hen
wood. Appraisers, R. E. Gilbert, I. C,
Welsh and C. P. Welsh.
In the matter of the estate of Mary
Ann Patterson, deceased, the citation
heretofore Issued for alleged withhold
ing of nssots by Frank A. Stoyle. one
of the executors, bos boon dismissed
at costs of tho estate Appeal bond
fixed nt 950.
Close Collection Made
Treasurer Htonobrook closed his
books for tho December collection of
taxes on Monday. The taxes were
pretty well paid. During the last four
days of tho collection from $IiC,000 to
160,000 wna paid.
Transfers of Heat ttate
Ada J. Israel et al to Emma Hoi
ltngworth, part lot 166, old plat,. DCC
J. W. Hlnc to J. V, Shrontss et aL,
parcol In Mnrtlnsburg, 9U00.
J. W. Ulno to Win. K. Shronti, tot
29, Mnrtlnsburg, $1,200.
J, II. Sennit to Susie Aguew, parcels
In Clinton, $1.
Of File MwJc For Mt. Ver-
Whi Mteii PftdKtioi Of
Messiah Tomorrow Night
(y the Committee)
Few people really realize how ex
tensive a production the Messiah Is.
On Wednesday evening over forty
parts will bo sung all of which will
havo a glorious rendition. These will
consist of over twenty-five solo parts
by our imported artists, Mrs. Wilson,
Mrs. Parnell, Mr. Webb and Mr. Leg
ler, and will be alternated in their
proper places by fifteen or more chor
uses. Beautiful and etabroale pro
grams have been prepared in such
shape that the audience can follow the
text of the production as it is sung.
They have also been designed to nuke
them worth preserving as souvenirs of
the occasion, Be sure and get one as
you enter the auditorium.
Like most musical masterpieces, the'
"Messiah" wbb written a great many
years ago. It is the last and best work
of a German composer, Handel, who
was born in 1685. All good musicians
without question conceded it to be the
greatest oratorio ever written. It waa
brought out for tno benefit of the
Foundling Hospital, Dublin, 1741..
Among tho more beautiful parts
might be mentioned, "Comfort Yo My
People," -Every Valley Shall Bo Ex
alted," "He Shall Feed His Flock," "I
Know That My Redeemer Llveth" and
"Why Do the Nations So Furiously
Kago." The supremo holght of music
al fervor, however, is reached In the
Hallelujah chorus and In many places
where It in rendered tho audiences In
stinctively rise to their feet as the on
ly fitting expression of tho sublime
emotion which the swell of thlu mighty
chorus instills Into the hearts of
hearers. The whole oratorio prcse
the umost in theme, character ahdi
Imaginative scenes, and with its tunV!
ful muslo becomes both delightful and
fascinating. The sumptuous aeale on
which It will be presented tomorrow
night will place It far ahead at any
thing ever attempted before ln Mount
Chronic Constipation Cured
"Five yoars ago I had the worst
case of chronic constipation I evor
Knew of and Chamberlain's- Tablets
cured me," writes S. F. Fish, Brook
lyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers
To Draft Plan For Prison Re
Columbus, O, , .lun. 21 Governor
Coy today appointed a commission
lo drntt n plan to start a pi hum, u
form system In Ohio. It 's coiupoied
of tliu following mombors. Dr. A. P,
Sheperd of Dayton, Supt. J. A. I.ooit
nt'd of the MnnMlehl Ucfoiiuntoij, II,
It Colloy of Cleveland, Rutherford II.
Piatt of ColumbiiB.
And Officers For Citizens 6,
& L, Association
Of Oificers Of Daughters Of
At tlu inec'tlnc of tJtio Haughter:
of St, Gcorgu Monduy uvcnlug the fal
lowing olllcors wore Installed'
Wortlij President Mrs. Mary sit
iiioiidu. Worthy Vice Pros. Mis. Clutrltto
Worthy TreasurerMrs. Mary A.
Worthy Sfcietui'.vvMr.i. Emily lllg
gins. 1st Conductor- .Mrs. Alice West.
2nd Coiulti"tor- Mrs. Eliza llrlnlug.
Inner GuaidMi'h. l.evlno Moets.
Outer Guoi dMIss Edith Burgess.
Chaplain- Mrs. Aumistus Gninid.
Aftor Hit' Itifltnlliitloii the members,
were entertained with roftoslimmitH
by Mrs. Gnriail.
At a meeting' lield Monduy eyenfng
by the stocklioldcrs of the Citizens'
Building & Loan usHociutlon, the fol
lowing directors were eluctqd:
William II, Smith, William M,
Grant Smith, Mux Myers, James
Schueifer E. II. Hill, Thomas Can
ning, French W. Seveius, Jolin Sun
dorson, Saurln A,lsdorf Jind A. Ho
sack. Immediately after their elec
tion tho directors elected the follow
ing otUcora for tho eusulng year:
President W, H, Smith,
Vlco President 8uurlu Alsdorf.
Treasurer William Wplsh,
Secretary W. A. Hosaok.
Bool;l:ooper Miss Blanche Churl
ton. Beit Cough Medicine for Children
"1 am very glad to say a few words
In piaUo of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy" writes Mrs. Lydla Dowoy,
Milwaukee, Wis. "I havu usud.lt for
years both for my children mid my
solf and It never falls to relievo uhil
euro a cough or cold. No funilly with
children should bo wltlumt It its It
gives aliuovt immqilluto relief In rns"b
pf crotrp." Chamberlain's Couiih
llomedy Is pleasant nnd snfo to tnlio,
which n of srpat lmpor,tanco when a,
,nT',iJWlnijSl8Ue glven-toiypung phll-
'dron". Torftl0 tfy all'dwlora'.:
In Buying Rugs There Are Four Points
that Decide Your Purchase-Variety
Style, QUALITY and Price
if the variety is not
large enough, -what
chance have you to
choose patterns you like
if the styles of the
rugs on display are not
approved by fashion,
what; chance have you to
buy rugs that harmon
ize with present day
if the quality is not
d c p e n.d a b 1 e, what
chance have you to see
pretty rugs in your
home after a season or
two of hard service T
if the prices are not
the lowest for which
rugs can be sold at re
tail, what chance have
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you to get full value for
Our rag stock brings out these four pofnts'to your advantage. The variety here is immense the
styles shown are the most pleasing of the latest approved fashio the aiiaUtiee represent the beet known
standardt--the prices impress all buyers as being th e lowest.
Special January Clearance Prices
9x12 ft. Brussels Hugs, worth
$15.00, now for $12.00
9x12 ft. Brussels Bugs, worth
$14.00, now for : $10.00
Boyal Peerless Carpet Sweep
ers, regularly $350, now
,9x12 ft. Brussels Rugs, worth
$12,00, now for $9.00
8ft. 3 in.'.x-10 ft. G in. Brussels
."Rugs, worth $12..50, now
Red Cedar and Matting utili
ty boxes, now. . . .25 per cent off
8 ft.. 3 in.xIO ft- 6 in. Brussels
Rugs, worth $9pj00, now for $7.75
6x9 ft. Brussels Rugs, worth
$7.50, now for , . . .$5.00
Hard wood rug .border, ,regu
larlv 50e, now for." 39c
9x12 ft. Linoleum Rugs, worth
$12.00, now for $9.00
9x12 Axminster Rugs, Igood
Hard wood rug border, rcgu-
larlv 40c, now for 32c
Hundreds of other rugs, all sixes in Oriental and Floral designs at Special Prices during. January.
The J. S. Ringwalt Co.
HUi m s Pfsno nit r m i ii i i i w mmWI
INVULI I INN 1
And Installation Of Kokosiiifj
Co. No. 71.
A BUSY DAY AT THE
UNION PAINLESS DENTIST
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy
Thltf'v remedy lias no superior for
coiiKtifl and coUIh. It In nlcauant to
tuk It contains no opium or othor
narcotic. It always ciive. Kor bale
by all dealers.
Head HockweU's farm nd In thlu Is
sue or the Dnnncr. tf
Mr. John llerry of Howard van u
hiifclnexit visitor In the city Tuesday
FIIKK Poultry hook for u two-cent
stami), WooIhoiI Co., Mt. Vornon, O,
Mr. ami Mm. Uavld Hlllliird huvc
returned to thdr homo In Cunton uf
t;r a visit with Mrs, Illlllurd'8 iur
ontH, Mr. uud Mrs. WUItnm Edwards
of MuntiHold avonuo.
FOR SAI.K Four year old brown
drlvlns maro, weighing about HOO
lbs., or eight year old brown driving
horse nnd cdrrlngo. llell 'phone 914-3,
KilKiiv C, niibh. 24
Mr. nnd Mih. C. K. I'rlco and son,
Floyd, Mr, Warner Mlllor and Mr.
Dwlght Lafover went to Columbus
Tuefiday inornliiK to attend a meeting
of the Stnto League of Motion Pic
MIbb lroiiu Uouila, of M. Vernon,
In sponging a few dixys In Mausfleld
ns tho gucat of frlondB. Mnnelleld
Tliu uimunl Inspootion anil luatat-
Intlon of Kokoulng Company tNn. 71
U. It. K. of P. wftH held Monday even
ing. The Insncctlou wiib Hindu uud
the nllk'oiH wore Installed, by Cnptuln
F. Vance of .Columbus. Ue wnH tic-
compunled by Cniituln B K. Doty, nlso j
of CoUinilmn.,it,)'rho ofllcQvs luHtnlloil
wer ua followa: ,
Cnptuln L. U. Hunt,
First l.li'iitonant C. It Apple. tan.
Uccordcr-t-O. 6. Hunt.
I'renBiuer ;W. C, AvD'lotou.
Uimrd (1. 1l.i.lluntsbirry.
Sentinel -pi'tor linker.
tuiuieuueiys alter the huslnoBs
meeting u banquet ami smokoi- were
held In the lodge' .hull, A llvo-course
supper wns served to a. gathering of
mombeiti considering the very unfor
Uiuuto rondtllon of the weather. A
number of short talka were given by
various ollloors present during the
Captain Vanco expressed his great
pleasuro ouMenralng of the good work
that the local, company baK done dur
ing tho past year and also expressed"
hla surprise, and approval of the quar
ter's advantages that the Kokoulng
company haV for carrying out their
His Stomach Troublts Over
Mr, Dyspeptic, would you not like to
feel that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any kind of
food "you desired without Injury? That
may seem so unlikely io you that you
do not even hope for an ending of
your trouble, but permit ua to assure
you that It Is not altogether Impossible,
If othora can bo cured permanently,
nud thousaadB have been, i why not
you? John IlrBarkor, of Battlo Creok,
Mich., Is ee of them, He says, "I
was troubled, with heartburn, Indiges
tion, and llyer complaint until 1 used
Chnmboi loin's, Tablets', then my trou
ble was oyer," Sold by all dealers.
Mr. nndvMrs, Ben Ames and chil
dren left s-today for Roswell, Now
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When in need of any Dental work call 0n the UNION PAINLESS DENTIST
Teeth extracted absolutely without pain. All work guaranteed. Citizen Phone
725 Blue, Bell 428-R. . Oor. Main and Gambler Sts. Mt, Vernon, Ohio
DR. O. O. ORIDIJt . j
Veterinary Surgeon. :
Office and residence corner j
Gambler and Mulberry sts. Call j
answered day or night, Doth J
'phones, Citizens' 173' blue; Bel)
Mr, Walter Mnson wont to Akron
Tuesday morning to accept- n poM-
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(houlna Where fiufturo Occur.
Rupture, Piles, Fibula,
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CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE.' h
NO S'JM-MO PAY. Sa 2e .,mp of fiU low
cure and Uraomt. Some may be your neqilibpri. vk
Drs. HAINES & HAINESrairs, 1
Room 32 )oi N. High sT. H
Banner Classified Ads. Pay. Try them and be convinc
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