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THE DEMOCRATIC BAHXWL
FRIDAY, PKMUARV 14, 1IH
kKoiiiy And Mny Hitters
Were Dis-srt M
Commissioners Let Three
Contracts At Meeting
Grand Jury May Make A Re
port On Tuesday
Delinquent Tax Sale
Judge II. V. Jo well got down to
business and dug Into tho docket In
the court of comneBsw'Hteas 'Monday
-and afl a result when the adjournment
came In tho evening a largo'numbor ot
matters had boon disposed ot during
The docket shown tho following mat
ters which were disposed of by tho
court during tho day.
needier vs. II. & O. SotUod.
Snpp vs. Warning Bros. Loavo to
file petltlun'ln 10 days, f
Rlnehnrt vs. I'enn Co. Loavo to
file answer In C days.
Fletcher American Hank vs. Leo
Judgment for plaintiff In tho sum of
Cochran vs. Wilson Leavo to fllo
-answer In 5 days. ,
Lufever vh. Upham Gas Co. Leavo
to fllo aiiBwer'ln 10 daye.
Wolfo vs. Wolfo Settled at coat ot
Prlzzell vs. Coutor Loavo to fllo
Vinswor and cross-potlUontla 10 daye.
U, S. Radiator Co. vs. Snow Loavo
to Ale raply ItiBtanter.
Wolfejvs' Workman I.eaVo to fllo
'Teply'llnno days., ' ,
Wolfe'(VB: Grant Leavo U file rooty
In 10 days.
Ulrey vs, Hanovor OH ,& Qaa Co.
Leave to answer In 10 day a.
' Konis vs! Central Delivery Co. Mo-
tlon overruled. Loavo to anawor In
Bilges vs. Huutsborgor Loavo to
fllo potltlon In lf dnyu.
Blair, ad in. vs. Cogom Iloaack ap
pointed guardluu nillltem.
Young vs. (iarrod Ixmivo to fllo po
Thompson vh,. (lollownyl)lHmlHHCrt
nt cost of plaintiff.
Knox HnvlnKs & Mian bo. vh Ander
son Settled at cost of ICdwnrd Han
Mini, Cobiicr vh, Hansom Settled at cost
Salisbury vs. Upliain Loavo to fllo
reply In G days.
Young vs. Mt. Voroon llridi;o Co.
J.c.ivo to niiHWcr In live dayn.
Uphnin (Jus Co. vh. Jlnyiio Holtled
sit cott of ilefoiulunl.
Hyatt vs. IJulluy I.chvh to II In reply
MiddloUm Vfl, ILillny Nettled at
cost of plaintiff,
Sharp Heparntor Co., vs. Bailey
Leavo to lllu leply inulanler, ,
Wilhlns vs, Ilouok Loavo to fllo an
J.oiter vs. Wollfor Leavo to lllu an
KoonH vs. ChrlHliil IHiuuliiKed at
:oHt of pliilutlrf.
IV'opleu Savings flank vu. I'enn
.Leave to fllo uniiwor In 10 ilayH.
Boyd vs. I'ui'dy Dluiuduiod at com
Iluzzard vs. Kelluy -Motion huh--talned.
Leave to reply.
Flanngnn vh. Ilranagaii Ixuvo to
' answer In 15 dnyH.
Bradllold vs. Branngan- ave to
lcfohdant to fllo nnuwor In ?, days,
Commltilonert Let Contracts
Tho county rommfHuloneru at their
Hosslon on Monday awarded three
contracts as follows:
The Knox Plumbing and lloutlmt
Co., installing cloaelit at tho county In
firmary iuo. ,.,
Samuel Clark, All at Ih-y t'ruok on
'the Columbus road IGG.
Trustees of Milter lowushlp, floor
or tho Frank Uowe bridge In Miller
m, raml Jury At Work
. The grand Jury of tho fcVbrunry
tens rofr common pleas cowt la at
;wrk and It Is iwmOWe thatvlho jtah4
V f'Jry i nay bo able to make a report
vt viiqvni ik oip
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'the court house on Tuesday aaoraluR.
beut ten pieces of property wore of
tfered for rale. There was no property
.Mt Vernon on the dollaquent list,
all taxes In the city having been paid
Local Company Answer
The Delaware Insurance Co., of
Philadelphia, tho British America Co.,
tho Knox county Mutual Insurance
Co., tho London Assurance Co., the
Merchants and Manufacturing Insur
ance Co., and the Ohio Mutual Insur
ance Co., defendants In the case of
Ella C. McCoy vs. The Mansfield Oas
Light company, ot al., have filed their
answer in common pleas court,
through attorneys W. II, Clifford and
. Tho answering defendants admit the
goods,' furniture and fixtures, valued
at 111,000 woro-destroyed by explosion
and fire on Octobor 0, 1911 belong to
tho millinery firm, Klsch and McCoy
and the goods wcro Insured in each
company In n total sum ot 15,500. They
further stato that Ella McCoy carried
out nil tho terms of tho insurance poli
cies and was in no way responsible
for tho loss by Are.
Tho defendants want Judgment lb
tho sura of $5,000 from the Mansfield
Cas Light company with Interost from
Octobor 0, 1011. Mansfield Shield.
Patrick Purcell was reappointed
court bailiff by Judge H. W. Jewell
on Monday afternoon.
wilding Commission To Meet
Tho building commission, having
In chargo tho construction of tho now
county Jail, will hold a mooting at tho
court bouso on Wednesday at- which
tlmo Archltoct Marriott of Columbus
will bo presont and will submit tho
-plans for tho new county Jail.
Duke Sworn In
L. J. puko ot Fredoricktown was
sworn into ofllco Monday afternoon as
deputy clerk In tho office of tho pro
bate Judgo by Probate Judgo Philip
Mrs. Agnes J. Tigho was aUo
sworn In Monday afternoon by Judge
Wllkins as clork nnd bookkeeper In
tho ofllco of tho probato judgo. ,
Affidavit In Lieu Of Account
An affidavit In llou of account has
boon fllod In probato by L. C. Welsh,
administrator of Martin Wolsh, show
ing that tho ostato has boon settled.
A C. Corwln of Marengo and B. E.
Salisbury of ML Vernon have boon ap
pointed administrators of 'Jefferson
Mollck, giving bond In the Bum of $7,
000, with Talltha Mollck, Martin Cor
wln and Martha Salisbury as auretlot
The appraisers aro William A. Acker
man, John M. Kwalt and C. F. Cotvlllb.
William A. Ilosack, oxocutor ana
trustco of Ktcbard West, has fllod a
third partial account in probato, show
ing tho following: Ilecolvcd $3,487.41,
paid out $3,807.1", duo tho executor
and IniHtco $310.71.
The Thayer Estate
KlIaH J, Thayer hau boon appointed
admlnlHtrntor ot Kosnnnu Thayer, giv
ing bond In tho mini of $700 with N.
C. Ilookwuy mid Ucasou W. Thuyor
as Hurelioii, No uppnifHoment.
Common Pleas Court
Judge II. W. Jowell wont to New
ark Tuoiiduy noon to uttend to some
court uiattarn, hut will roturu to Ml
Vernon in time to convene court n
uiiiial Wcducmiuy morning.
A. (!. Cello to J. 10. Anderson, lot
In Vornonvlow, $81,
Win. II. Shaw to Oncar Shaw, deed
of corrootlnn, $1.
KUiol M. Kcyner to Kay M. Hull,
Iimiho on pim'ol In Fredoricktown,
Mary 10. Brlckor to Win. It, How,
48.83 ticroa In Miller, $3,400.
I). B. Kerr to Trustees M, 1', church
Ploiomut towiiHhlp, 1-2 acre lu Pleas-
Address Given By Hod, H. H.
Greer Tq High Schiol
One ot tho most Interesting address
(c over heard iu tho High school was
delivered on Tuesday morning bofore
(ho history classes of tho school by
tho lion II. II. Uroer, The speaker's
address was most entertaining and In
t.tiuotlvo mid wuh greatly enjoyod by
U f students. v The .speaker told ot
i witty of tho important oyetita in bis
li.ry and the luilueiico upon conditions
existing at tho time.
Port Clinton George Brown of
Danbury today pleaded guilty to the
chargo of unlawfully maintaining fish
nota In tho emit harbor, and was iluea
Ckiir Through Window
Wilis UfhCowty Jill
Jerry Smith, colored, of Marion
street was placed In tho county Jail
shortly before noon Tuesday by Officer
Walter Oeorge and was siatod held
for warrant Smith was slightly un
der the Influence of liquor and had
put on a "show" at his home. He
grabbed a chnlr and threw It througli
tho window and then started out to
ralso a disturbance In tho neighbor
hood. In tho moantlme n call was sent
for tho pollco and Officer Qoorge has
tened to tho iicono In tho patrol wag
on. Smith was loaded in and was
placod In Jail. Some of tho nolghbors
said thoy would appear bofore the
mayor and place a shnrgo against
Old ago as it comes In tho orderly
process of naturod Is a beautiful and
majostlc thing. It stands for experi
ence,, Knowledge, wisdom, counsel.
That Is old age as It should be, but
old age as It often Is means poor di
gestion, torpid bowels, a sluggish liver
and a gonoral fooling of 111 health, des
pondency and. misery. This In almost
ovory Instance Is wholly unnecessary.
One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken
Immediately after supper will improve
the digestion, tone up tho liver and
regulate tho bowels, That feeling ot
despondency will give way to one of
hope and good cheer. For sate by all
RAN NEEDLE IN FOOT
Oren, I ho ono-ycar-old son of Police
man and Mrs. Walter Qoorgo of
South Rogers streot, pierced his left
foot with a noedle whllo playing Mon
day afternoon. Tho child was on the
floor by tho sldo of his mothor who
was mending clothing and stepped on
tno siiarp point of the needle. A phy
sician was called and tho stool was
romoved from tho foot
The Bast Cough Medicine
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy over since I have been keep
ing house," says L. C. Hamos, of
Marbury, Ala. "I consider it one or
the best remedies I ever used. My
children have all taken It and it works
like a charm. For colds and whooping
cough It Is excellent." For sale by all
MR8. BENNETT RECOVERING
Mrs. Ora Bonnott of Wost High
etroot, who has been taking treatment
at tho Modlcal and Surgical Snuitnr-
lum for Bomo .tlrno, wns sufficiently
recovered Monday afternoon to bo re
moved to hor homo.
Don't You Believe It
Some oay that chronic constipation
cannot bo cured. Don't you bollovo It.
Chamberlain's Tablets have cured otn
ors why not you. Clvo them a trlnl
Thoy cost only u quarter. For hhIo
by nil doalors.
Ionising, Mich., Feb. 11 A Stato
convention of Mlchlgun Ropiibllranu
assembled here today to noiuliiato
candidates Tor tho supromo court
bench, tiunurlntcndotit of public In
struction anil other mluor Slntu offi
cials to lie votod for at the sprlnn
Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Rov Jamos A. Lowls, Mllaca, Minn.,
writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Rom
cdy bus boon n nooded and welcome
guest In our homo for a number of
yonru. I highly recommend it to my
follows ns being a niodlciuo worthy
ot trial in casos ot colds, coughs and
croup." Clvo Chamborlaln's Homody
n trial and wo nro confident you will
find It very effectual nnd contlnuo to
uao It as occasion requires tor years
to romo, ns many others hnvo done.
For sale by all doalors.
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at one half price during tho
February Clearance Sale.
This means money saved.
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Report of the Condition of
New Knox National
of Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
at the close of business February 4th, 1913
LoanB and 'Discounts $ 420,058.98
United States Bonds at par 80,000.00
Other Bonds and Securities 436,059.36
Furniture and Fixtures 6,081.00
Cash und due from banks 217,110.58
Capital Stock $ 100,000.00
Surplus and Profits 46,142.16
Circulation outstanding 78,500.00
' Deposits 933,667.61
Total . '. , . .$1,168,309,76
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President. """' " 'Cashier. '
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