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CMptillif UpkiR p.
Ti Carry Oit A CMtnct
M Furnish The Plntiff With
Judge WIckham Ti Holi
Court Here On Feb. 7
A Will Is Set Aside h Ash
land Gouty Curt
t a Railroad
The Camp Glass Company on Frt
May morning fHod a suit ia the court
nt common pleas of Knox county
"iigalnHt tho Upham Gas Company asa
lag for the specific performance? ot
contract Tho Bame .pUialUf.flled a
suit against tho same defendant in
'the Knox county court sorao days ago
ashing for damages In tho sum of rB,.
O00, alleging that the defendant has
'failed to carry out tholr part of. tho
contract In supplying tho plaintft
with natural gas in tho city of Mt.
Tho allegation Is mndo In this suit
that tho plaintiff entered Into a con-
tract with tho dofondant whereby the
tatter company wuh to furnish tho
r plaintiff with gas for a period con.
rriKMcing on April 1, 1910, and oaptr-
lag on 'March 31, 1015. Tho. plaintiff
tHtaten that it will bo necessary to close
Iwb their glass plant unions Uie
necessary gas ia furnished by 'the dc-'
tfeaeaat. The plaintiff adw that the
defaadaat bo temporarily ordered to
Ymlsh the necessary .supply of gas
aad 'to specifically perform 'and carry
"wit 'tho contract. Frank O. Leverlag
Irt'lho attorney for tho plaihliff.
la the alimony suit of Ioaa Dell
Van Attn versus I'M ward N, Van Atta
Hpneutloual answer has linen fllod in
?t required live pages tit mulco tho
ttYrgations which ho foelH nro duo
isaiSHt his wifo and Iho document In
nenflallonnl from Htnrt to llnliili,
Ho clinrgcs oxtrumo cruolty and
wiya that sho uttcniptol to knife him
tinil was only provoutod by foroltfn In
wrvontlon by u third party. Also that
virio lilt blm vlth a stick on ouu occn
io and on numorouii occiihIoiih hIio
7;hvo wny tu Mights of temper before
folks unci culled him unpriiitnblu.
tiunics. That idio hurt oxpretiHed ,lh
wUh that Mho could noo him In tho
'builds of coroner mid undertaker unci
thit. bIiu did not lovo him and had
tinly uiitrrlcd him for liln Inrgo Kalary
uiid other financial proHpecta.
Tho more sorloua ohargo of iiilUUl
Uy Is mmlo and lio' names four '"
Voopoiidents and many othorn whose
'iiuiniiH ho does not know. Wo says
Mat Kl' frequented publlu dances ana
indulged to tiouut oxtuitl In Intuxl
LTiiito, Ho nnks for a divorce form tho
v qrnnn, Nownrk American Tribune.
A Will Set Aside
X tinliiuo will cauo waa .quickly
vfocided in commoh ptoas court 'at
-HhluBtl, whon the jury In tho uctlon
brought by Solomon C. Market agnlnst
"Mary 1). Market and a lamo nuiuher
vif athnr dufoiulantH to tint aaldo a pa-,
'per writing purporting to lm the latt.
vlll nnd teHtanieut ot tho Into K, V,
larko), of Nova, brought In a verdict
wetting aside tho will, without any
"witnesses having been examined.
Attorney Churlcs II. Workman rep
Yeaeatod tho plaintiff and Judge Nlch
olaa after examining tho petition and
ho copy of tho will held that it was
Etnfflcfeat, on,tho.BtPj;inlrt1int tho wkjti
"waa naaucstiy improtierly executed?.
' lgBaturo uppearlug at tb end of
tile ilrst page and in tho middle of
iltem . )t appoars that tho wjll wan
drawa up by the tiwtator himself. Af
letr'Uia signature of Mr. Market and
II acknowledgment or tho two wit-
aieaaos, A. 8. Smith and' O. Kelsy, or
ltv, on the first pago, three more
' totetM follow on the second page, there
-' so signature after then.
';,!,' Tke will bears the date of Nov, 15,
t( Xfll, and waa admltttul In probate
fiJim. 13, ion.
1"" Jli. t MUrKftl U1M1 IIUC. 11. 1 1111.
V. , tWWing.one son, Solomon C, Market
; ; Hary I). Markol, hlu third wife,
i(' 'TMk'S'iu nequeatned tne property .to
(, ,'te ton and widow, and la case tho
.' 'i'mm died without Jwue' the following
ft., SI ,
l)equests were mndo: M. B. church,
NoVa, IJOO; U. B, church, Nova( $300;
trustees of Orange township, $300 for
keeping up St. Luke's cemetery; M.
E, church, Orange, f600; aad tho rest
of the property ;in"that event,; 16 tHe
children of the teetaipr's brother J 'aad
sisters, although it was claimed that
ar(Hnslderable part "othe property
had come to him from h,h second wife,
ttie motaeroNtae .plalBtlffSoteraon
Ci,Markel.-Man'sfleM rews.f fc "'".
To Sell Road
The siilt of Utlca versus Tho Ualtl
more & Ohio" Railway Co.,, haa - been
commenced In common ploas court
by Prosecutor Jones and C. N. Mooro
- It is novel. In the recitation of tho
causes of tho action it Is stated that
the village council, Juno 7, 1909, pass
ed nn ordinance to pave Main street
In tho village,, n distance of 724 feet
along tho railroad." It waa charged
on tho property abutting tho improve
ment. Tho assessment of tho cost of con
struction under tho law bocamo n Hen
on the abutting property and tho de
fendant railway company are property-owners
along tliei part of the street
so-improved. The portion assessed
against tho defondant company Is
They ask that the Jlon on the rail
way property be foreclosed and tho
property sold to pay1 the claim. New
ark American Tribune.
Courts On February 7
Judge WIckham of Delaware has no
tified Court Unllirf Purcell that ho
would bo In Mt. Vernon on Friday af
ternoon, February 7, and would hold
iO session of common pleas court com
mencing at 1;30 o'clock. Tho court
will hear a number of motions, etc.,
and will adjourn tho November torm
of common pleas court sine die.
First and Final
C. M, Rice, administrator of Cat h or
Ino C, Shaw, has filed a first nnd final
account tu probate showing tho fol
lowing: Received $304.32, paid out
tho same sum. '
Kinmott M. Harney, executor of
Thomas A. Harney, hnu tiled a' third,
partial account In probate, showing
tho following: Received $2,298.57,
paid out $420.41, balance $1,878.16.
Deed Filed- J
'Ida h. Schutto to Grace K. Rawlln
hou lot 2 Rebecca Watson's addition
to Mt. Vornon, $1.
AgalRst David Russell Dis
missed By The Mayor
Sturilclont uvldeiico against David
Itii.sHcll could not bo furnished ut IiIh
trial heforu .Mayor I'crrlnu at 9 o'clock
Friday morning and ho waa dint-barged,
lie waa arrested Wtdiienday on
a chnrRo of anaanltlng Thomas Davis
In n mnnauelug mauuoi'.
, Davis .ntloged that RiidkoII ctruw a
kulfo and thiealeiied to iiko It on him
but waa restrained by a third man who
waa iiresont. Tho testimony offered
waa to tlio effect that tho kulfo wnh
not drawn ami, consequently, HubhoIi
A Special Election
A Mpeelal election is to bo held In
the vlllugo of Kroiloricktown on March
3, for the purpos.0 of voting on tho
quoHtlon of iHSiihiK boudH In tlo sum
of $10,000 tor the, , purpose .of paving
Htreeta In tie village.
not only keeps cold out, out
fat serves the sarn'e. purpose
jt enables us to resist' uhseWflcl !
elements and serves as-the
great source. of our kody.heatt:
.Greater bodyrwarmth means
richer blood, more fat, not,
obesity but fat which the body,
consumes for warmth, vitality
resistance-power as a furnace
consumes coal for hear
Scoff's EmuUitt does thia.
A teaspoonfu! after' each
meal makes body-warmth
healthy, active blood
sharpens the Appetite arid
maizes all good food do good.
by raising endurance-power
and creating , strength.
cf tubitltuUt fkr SCOTTS.1
SCOTT ft Bewail, BloomSid.NW.. ti-i,
;-gPARCEL POST WORK
WaaWagton. Jan. 31 Comnenaa-
tleh to .railroads for heavily Increased
t. 'i t . .. ... . . '-
postal ousmess or tne unuea states
due to Introduction of the parcel post
Is one of the problems due to come
before Congress soon and' readjust
ment of Iho railway mail' pay will bo
Railroads already are complaining
to Washington that they are under
paid for the service they are giving
tho government. They say they have
been forced to hire extra men to han
dlo tho stream of packages that hns
pourod in upon them with tho Inaug
uration of the new system.
Tho railway mall pay was reduced
by about $9,000,000 in 1907, and the
railroad people havo been confident
that no further lessening of the rate
of pay would be made. Now thoy are
confronted with the parcel post
One railway official points out In his
complaint that Congress, in. starting
the parcel pout, has provided for ev
ery other branch of the service exi
cept the railroads. Moreover, ho' calls
attention to the fact that until Jan. 1,
a largo proportion of what is now par
cel post matter was sent by-express or
freight and for this Iho railroads re?
celvod compensation. Now that It
goes by parcel post, they do not. , ,
Tho second objection to. which at
tention ot the postal authorities is di
rected Is that the federal law regu;
latins the mall sor'vlce requires eopar
Those people who enjoy a slight or
evon a pronounced bitter flavor wlft
And tho bitter salad plants a welcome
addition to their gardens. All ot thesS
planta are easily grown, and may be
secured in perfection almost all the
year through without the aid of glass.
If glass is provided either in the form
Of a cold frame, a 'hotbed) a green
nouso or a winaow garden, tne'tania
may bo furnished for the. full twelve
months. The best known add the ess'
lest to grow are lettuce, endive and
Ar lettuce, Is such a. common garden
lilant. no aneclal directions need tie'
. ' ... ' . v .-- J
given ncro concerning us manage
ment, except to say that tho heading
and iho leaf varieties do best in tho
coolost weather and tho cos or ro
tnnlne vnrletlea wilt stand heat better
than mortt of the other varieties.
Tho seed ot dnnedllou la not bo auro
to germinate as tho seed of many oth
er plants, such as radish, turnip, pep
pergraaa and imiHtard, On this ac
count, liberal sowing of pocd Is. neces
sary in order to got a good stand of
planta. Tho common wild dandelion
Is not so desirable a aalad plant or a
pot herb u.s tho cultivated variety, It
is coarsor, mare stringy and more bit
ter. Tho cultivated kinds havo tend
erer leaves, less fiber and tho bitter
flavor Ih reduced, cither because of
cultivation or becuuno It has been
partly bred out by selection. Tho
cultivated varieties nro also more, at
tractive' In appearance bocauso of
tho filling of tho loaves and because'
tho plants when desired can bo
For best results a deep, rich, moist
hoiI should bo prepared as early in tho
spring us possible The sued should
bo sown in Hhallow drills 12 or ir inch
es apart, In order to mark the posi
tions of the rows, it ia a good ptau to
sow five or- six radish seeds to the
foot of drill. The radishes quickly
come up and indicate where tho rows
are, so that cultivation may bogiu njf.
once. While the dandelion plants aro
still small, they should bo thinned
first to three inches apart and tutor 1
tu i myuuB.1 a tit! uiiimiuan in rvu
case may be used fee salad oftor a'
'pot herb TheylYep of fie, perma;
nem prams may do cm several nines,
ftoiigh " the ; wileJO Wiujsaro '
,mpst always, betUMban tose which
follow. tJke all y other' crops "grown
for "their 'leaves,' the1 dandelion does
best with application of, nltjogonouB
fertilizers sueaVtUtVate of eda and
sulphat ot awmQni.MTheiiVtend to
make tho 1eavealarge aW succulent.
It is not desirable to allow beds to
'continue more than one season.
Tjhe dandelion tayt be easily ,lanqh;
ed.-'not so easily, 'however, as lettuce.
It Is necessary either to, . tle the
leaves together jmt1i$tJ)dosejy. so that
the Interior ones will not rocelvo light
and will thus become whtto, or the
plants may be covered with large
flower pots, drain tiles or tubes of
oiled paper.,, tWally 10 to ,20 days are
necessary ''to, complete the blanching,
the difference -In time being due part
ly tdarley, partly to soil' conditions
but mainly ,te temperature Not only
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iriaY' lt;tnstfHBaa1fiaA I A jlJillifill Mfl.irtfsMrJll
THE DIMOORATIO BAMUXK.
ate: equipped f apartment cars for
which light,, heat and water must bo
provided without extra compensation.
Unless tlie,farcel pasLmattereaa be
carried baggage or' expreca'rs,
tho railroad nen say that Booner or
later additional mall cars will have
to bo put on with no compensation in
At prcoent tho railroads aro paid for
hauling the malls on a basis of weight
In fixing this basts tho average, dally
weight of mail carried is ascertained
every four years.
Even if n special weighing of tho
malls should bo ordered by the gov
ernment now, no adequate concep
tion of' the additional weight to be
hauled could be obtained, because tho
parcel post Is growing so rapidly in'
public favor that it has not yet reach
ed a normal stage.
Meanwhile, the government Is col
lecting postage on all this matter and
the railroads are hauling It practical
ly free, for the reason that they re
ceived1 the same1 compensation before
Jan. 1 as they uo now. It Is only a
question of time when the railroads
will demand a solution of the problem.
One' Idea that has beon presented Is
that a test weighing, covering 35
days, should be made, and upon which
a new rate of compensation could be
based and continued annually unlit
.the parcel post has reached a normal
USED FOR SALADS
attractlveln color, but it reduces tho
amount of bitterness and makes thoni
moro crisp and appetizing. Of. course
this implies that tho loaves aro to be
eaten very seen after being gathered.
If they are allowed to wilt they will
not be any more attractive than will
ed lettuce. v
The endive Is probably more satis
factory to grow than the dandelion' be
cause it la not only very hardy- add
capable of withstanding considerable
frost, but It can be relied upon to give
much larger quantities ot foliage for
the amount of soed sown. A single
plant of endive will' often be five to 10
times as largo as a single plant ot
dandelion. In this respoct It com
pares favorably with lettuce. Ktidlve
is probably the most bcautfful bitter
salad wo have. Tho leaves aro much
cut, curled or frilled and nro very or
uamontnl, especially when well blanch
od. For. this reason thoy aro, frequent
ly used for garnishing. Among tho
well-known varieties aro Green Curl
ed Winter. White Curled and Qiant
- A rich, moist soil, In which tottuoo
will grow to perfection will also suit
tho endive. For boHt results, growth
should bo as rapid as possible, be
causo thla produces tho most succu
lent, tender leaves, Nltrnto of soda
and sulphato of ammonia aro tho best
fertilizers to force such growth, tfau
ally tho endive Is , grown for a fall
and winter salad, However, an early
summer ,prop uiuy'be produced by
starting tho plants under glass or sow
ing tho seed In tho open nlr as soon
as tho ground can, bo prepared and
transplanting In cither case. Manage
ment of tho plantntsjpractlcatly the
aaine for early as forr lato crops. For
the autumn supply the seed should bo
down about mldsummor, an allowance
of 40 to GO days boiug'mido between
tho tlmo of sowing apd. the time tho
first plants are to tee. used.,
The sood may bo 'sown' either where
the plants nro to remain or In small
beds, so the seedlings may be trans
planted whon desired.' Tho latter way
-requires mucn less, seed and probably
less work In keeping, tho beds free
from, weeds. Transplanting Is a, small
matter, Tho plants; should not be Al
lowed to stand closer together than
18 Incbps; 15 would be better, espec
ially with i the larger; growing kinds,
It tho leaves aro to be used for flav
oring soups, stews smt for greens, they
need not be blanched at all; thus tho
work of growing the endive can be
considerably 'reduced. Blanching Is
necessary 'in order to reduce bitter-'
ness and make the leaves, succulent
and' tender, Tho process requires, 10
tq' 20 dayn or If the weather is cold
somewhat longer. fTae same means
adopted for; blanchlRgdandellon will
be ;f,oundeff ec(lvo itn "blanching tho
eudjve. (v Care mustie taken, r bowey
ei boH to cover tooaaay plants, at a
(me, becsuBo it covered too lqag the
heaVt8 wjirdecay aid the plants thus
be 'ruined. Always the i tea vok should
be drywhen tho blaacalng la started.
The taoit common iasthod of blanch
ing. Isto tie tho to,1 together, with
coats twine or ratja,',. Sell is some-
Straw 'may be
thrown overjthe plants In'tho late fall.
This not only helps' to r blanch, but
!. i '4-i.i . At.' v'
uvum iihu lu'piuicui. uie'ieaveB irom
frost. If desired, the plants may be
lifted with their roola and reset close
together, .la tcotd frames, cool .cellars
a supply, may be maintained untlljmld-
L a al aAa J altf al aZ aZa aX -.?- w T.
JW ej. P - -J eg wjpw PV bj p
Rev. V..'1. Akfersrand,' wife have
gono to Chicago Junction to spend a
fow days with their son nnd family.
Mr, Frank Ball,, of Toledo Is ser
iously ill at tho home of Mr, Frank
Wlllett, south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huntsman, who
wore recently married, were tendered
a kitchen shower on Thursday even
ing. Mr. Earl Slack, who was removed to
Dr. Simpson's hospital in Columbus
for treatment, Is Improving nicety and
his wife has returned home to spend
a few days.
Mr. Earl French has gone to Bucy
rus to clerk In tbo grocexy store or
C. V. Cunningham,,
Mr. J.t H, Ocnman opened his sugar
camp last week, and made 12 gallons
ot now maple syrup.
Miss Ethle Kunze teacher of Balle's
school has resigned.
Miss Cora Fisher Ih spending a few
days in Columbus attending the, Sun
The embroidery club met at the
home ot Miss Soy Levering Wednes
Mrs. Anna Bishop or Fredericktown
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. K. Wlllett.
' Society Notes
entertained - ''
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Mrs.Fred Burtnett nndTWfa. Wlllard
Baker entertained delightfully at the
homo of tho former In Danville Thurs-.
day afternoon 1 honor of Mrn,,B..I
Portcr'VhoVwttH hcr'hiuBband.pf: B
JackHOnvllte, Florida; (o s'lieadt'he re
mainder of the winter. Twenty la
dies wero present during the afternoon
to enjoy tho games and contests whtci
were Indulged Int The' house was very
prettily decorated' for the occasion, a
color scheme of ptak and whKe be
ing' carried out! A delicious three
courso luncheon was served.
The Golden Gossip club of Lock met
at tho home of Mrs. lawrenco Mit
chell In Lock Thursday afternoon and
wore very pleasantly entertained. Tho
afternoon wnu spent enjoying an ex
cellent piogram und In various kinds
of games. Twenty mciubeis ot tho
club -worn present, Re'iroahments
Mrs. Ralph C. Rlngwalt ontertalned
with auction at her home on North
Main street Thursday afternoon. Sev
en tables wcro filled. Souvenirs jyere
awarded Miss Kiln t'yle, Mrs. Sarah
Dunnlck and Mrs. M. K. Lytic Sev
eral ladles camo In for' supper.
gt 14 vgel st 1, f T ft g, 1l T a- a-
Kenneth Edgar Clore ,
Mrs. Omer Kooto has received word
of the doath of Kenneth Edgar Olorc,
tho Infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Glore, formerly of Mb Vornon, which
occurred Wednosdny 'at tho homo ot
tho parents In Toledo. Tho child'
death' was due to dlphtnoria. Tho
funornl and Interment in Toledo on
Thursday. - - -
Danville, Ohio, Jan. 31 A paralytic
'stroke which ho sustained at 8 o'clock
last Sunday evening resulted fatally
to Joseph Porenbnugh, engaged fafa
er residing just south' of here, at'8i30
o'clock Friday, morning' His 'death
followed 'a 'period of over four1 days
unconsciousness, ho having been In
that, state ever since the stroke.
Mr. Ferenbaugh waa reputed to be
one ot the wealthiest rnen In' this tec.
Uon ofthe county and was. widely
known. He was nearly 77 'years ot
ag at the time of hla death aad ta
survived by his wife aad oae soa, Mr;
George Ferenbaugh, of Mt. 'Vernoa.
Tho funeral at the late home'1 Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. R,-B, Mit
chell oMclatlng. "Itatssent in Workv
.. MAH.4KM.lA4 vl.lll
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VKQGt CAVilt ;iSjg ' tt
Chicago, Jan. 31-rVour cracksmen
entered the' office of Moeller . Co.,
Gen'l. merchandise, 3014, Lllcoln ave-;
nue early today, bound and gagged
Michael Roser, tho watchman, blew
open the sale and escaped with ,$1240;
Three hours after their departure
fire' broke out da the store aad prae-
tloally' destrersd.lt, wlthjaleWv(47l,
r V -
flaHsPlKsi'H sWl llv A V
aKeKf 'M iPtiMVJ '"W-M m
Tb KldjTm Hare Al-niy Booh4 auad whleh TM keK
!' lfi JBl i? f t, j- ASUlifcia Kmb u wtt3km hi. mm.
fwr-fi aa""5"i,!TTiiTrZ.. . - jr-"-
t, - vvnrn auuw
All Connterfolts, Imitations urid'f Jnsta-f;ood'' re tmt
Experiments, that trifle with and endanger the' health of
Iaiants and Children Exjerteee, gswaw
What is CASTORIA
Caatoria is a "harmless sobstWnte .for, Castor Olli Pave
gorlc, Drops and Soothing; gyrnps. It la pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other ITaroetta
substance. Its ase Is its guarantee It destroys IVenaa
and allays Feveriahness.' For more than thirty Tears It
has been In constant use for the relief of ConstTpattea.
Flatulency. Wind Cello all Teething; Troubles as4
Diarrhoea. It rearulates
. ia . t
swHiHuiaieH uv cewi kitibb:. afeaMany ansst nauui
Tba Children's Panaeea-Tae Mother's Friesd.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind Ym Have Always Bom hi
! In U. Fw Ovr 30 .Yuri
r ' f 4 .fww liii. rl i,
TW CatWTMlH OisWsmTe ft MWIWstY synwcfs IWW WW WTT
KNOX CO. TEAOHEfeS'
Meetings for the examtnatioa of
teachers will be held at tne
CENTRAL SCHOOL Bldg
Mt. Vernon. Ohle.
Tho first Saturday of every .uioatt
Pupil' Examination . ,
The third Saturdayrof April and tr
third Saturday la, 'May. Eiamtaattos
will commence at 8:00 O'clock Jl'm
Address all communlcatleaa to the
Clerk of Board 7of Examfaera.
OTganlsatloa 61 boaai : 'J
J. S.vALAtf, President,
ML Vernon, Ohio:1"'
R. LJONBS, V. President; :
ML Vernon," Ohio.
a L. MURRY, CTerK,
j DR.. C. 0. OBIDEB . j
j Veterinary Surgeon, j
Office and residence corner J
Gambler and Mulberry ats. Carls
answered day or night. Both 2
'phonos, Citizens' 173, blue; Boll
OF REAL ESTATE
11. H. .Greer, executor of tho estate
ot Robert It. Smith, docoasod, will of
fer at public sale at tho Court House,
on Saturday, Februrny 15th, at one (1)
o'clock P, M 1913, tho valuablo farm
belonging to sold Robert H., Smith, late
pf Knox county, Ohio, contesting ot
one hundred and fifty-two (152) acres,
more 'or less! ono of the most valu
able farms. In Knox county, situated
In Miller township, Knox county, Ohio,
four (4) miles south of the city of ML
Terms of Sa)e One-third (1-3) on
March 1st, 1913;' one-third (1.-3) in one
year and tho remaining one-third (1-3)
In two yearB from date of sale, with
the privilege of the' purchaser paying
any additional sum oraU, if ho may
see fit. Deferred payments to bo se
cured by mortgage on the real estate
sold. . r - ' v
xecutor of the last will of Robert H.
I - ?, t M .. .1 ...
TK-fnr John W. IH-rklns. Juotlca of tha
Peace in and for Clinton townihtp, Kno
OW.-B. Yausi-r, plalntlir, vb. P, H. !
fever, defendant. ' i i, M1,
On the t dy of January,. A. D., 191 J,
Mtd Justice' tMiioAr' an ordor '6r ' attach
ment tn.the,bovo aotlno tor.the.uum of
three hundred dollar. ' -' " j -
., U. B. RAWLINS. (
WHU - .'!'. (ei'l";. J
Notice Is hereby 'given' that tfie ua
derslgaed has been hppotnted" nd
qualified administrator Of the 'estate of
late of Knox "county, Ohio, deceased,
.by tho probate eoart of said county. '
January 3,-'l13. '
CHARL HEN WOOD, i C
TUESDAY,' flERUARYJ? 1913. -,,,
1, r 5,
for rietchea ; R
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Office Rogers' buildlag, No. Ill South
Main street, Mt. Vernoa, Ohio,' Rooms
2 and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORN EY.A-' CAW
All business of legal nature gives
prompt Atteatloa aad especially to
practice in the Probate Court! Offlo
No. 9 East High street,,Mt. Vernoa, U.
New Phoae, Office 104.
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