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Harry Easterbrook, who said that he
Is "coming 23," and Mary Wymor,
daughter of Mr. aa Mrs. Wat Wymer,
were refused a marriage permit" by.
Probate Judge Wilklns Monday morn.
ing. This was the third time they
had applied here, aad, It ia said, they
made application for a license in.Rlcn
land county a few months ago and
were refused. The girl, it developed,
was celebrating her 16th birthday an.
niversary. However, she did not have
the capacity to tell even her owa
name. Neither could, she tell the
maiden name of her mother. Whea
asked as to what county she resided
in she replied "Mt. Vernon" county.
While she said she was a housekeeper,
she could not same articles necessary
for even the plainest home-making or
Once before when the judge put the
couple off he did so on the' ground
that the girl was too young. This
time, however, the. court informed the
parents that the girl did aot show la
telllgeac eaough to warrant aim in
Issuing a Uceaee.
First and Final
Charles F. Carey, administrator ot
the James Carey estate) has filed at
first and final account He has re,
celved and paid out 1240.30.
. Monday, June 23 '
James Burson, trustee, vs. Bertha
John B., Walght vs. frank O. Lever
ing. Mary 'J. Loiter vs. Chaa. O. Welker,
et al. '
Tuesday, June 24 -
W. A. Hosack, admr. vs. Mary H
Richard Guy Mason vs. MacIeLoutee
W. A. Chappelear vs. Chappelear,
Kaufman ft Co.
Wednesday, June" 25
In Relation of Guardianship of Char
ity Ann Robinson.
Richardson Will '
The last will aad testament of the
,Iate John P. Richardson of South Vert
nomhas been filed for probate. He
bequeaths all of his estate, both real
and personal, to his wife, Ella Rich
ardson, absolutely.. The' wife Is nom
inated as executrix. The will was
signed June 22, 1907, and was1 signed
by Jacob Goldsmith afed Benson A.
Common Pleas Journal
Wuchner vs. The Mt. Vernon Glass
Co., et al., leave to Van Camp to with,
draw aaswer and cross-petition and
1 . 4 KNOX
129, Character, credit and cash are,
three business essentials. Systematic
saving of cash develops character the
cornerstone at credit.
130. You cannot have a savings ac
count with this bank too soon. We
suggest starting it now before the next
regular quarterly interest period be
gins July 1st.
,WEIT SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
BBrJvBF' Saw an tgeaD
LBBm ma saw Bb. BxyUgt'
leave tofli aaswer lai M days. - -v I
Sellers vs. Hookway et ai JudaaMnt
'for plalnttK by default, '
Robertson vs, Robertson et al., re
pert of 'commissioners confirmed, .
Mason vs. county commissioners?
.Fertiliser Co. vs. Bowers, Sockman vs
Keoas, motlea ferae trials over
ruled; Judgment on verdicts,
Rice, guardlaa vs, Ernest, demurrer
overruled, leave t aaswer.
Jesse French Plaao Co. vs. Wat
sero, demurrers sustained; lenvn te
Herroa vs. Upaaa, decree for plain
tiff; bond I Je.
, Mt. Vernon vs. Electric Co., demur
rer overruled; leave to answer by
Sept. t, 1913.
R. L. Bruce, recognized to the grpnd
Jury on a charge of embezztement, fur
nished bond Saturday evening in tho
sum of $100 and was released from
Real Estate Sold
, In the matter of the estate of the,
late Elizabeth Murphy of Mt. Vernon,
Kate Bowen reports the sale of real
estate te M. N. Rose. The admlnlstrti.
trtx has complied with the court's or
der and filed additional bond In- the
sum of $4,800.
Third Partial "
Catherine Wander, guardian of Clin
ton M. Wander, minor, has filed her
third partial aceeunt It shows $2,'.?.-
15 chargeable and $166.64 credited
leaving $2,797.16 due the ward.
First and Final
Leander Hays and Elizabeth A.
Workman, administrator's of the De
borah Ann Hays estate, have filed
their first and final account It shows
$1,210.17 chargeable and $282.86 cred
ly Tie PasHs IfMhsHiael
The following program was given by
the pupils of Miss Mabel Coleman,
Saturday afternoon, at the home of
Mrs. Joseph Stephens,' Bast Burgess
Laughing Child (Cramm).
Pixie's in the Menagerie CRrnwnt
Lucia (Donlzetti-Tonnelit ) Carrie
Spring Breezes (duet) Ursel Lay
man, Lilian Mlnard.
Gavotte (Reger) Leora Benson.
Bear Dance (Helns) Jeanettc
The Yoilng Recruit (Rathbun) Dor
othea and Kathryn Lazear.
Last Rose of Summer (varlatlons)
Nocturne (Bendel) Carol Hadley.
Palis Dance (Scharwenka) Flor
ence Stephens. .
Dream Fairies (Ducelle) Sarah
March Duet (Meacham) Carrie
Davis, Florence Stephens.
.Pixie's Goodnight Song (Brown)
Will o' the Wisp (Jungmaaa) Hel
In the Lovely Month of May (Mer
kel) Ursel Layman.
Polonaise In A Major (Chopin)
Merle Pierce, Florence Stephens.
Flower Festival March (Wilkes)
Narcissus (Nevln) Helen Manv
field. , .-
i Cascade of Roses (Ascher) Merle
Feast of the Rose (Tbullller) Flor
ence Stephens, Carol Hadley, Jean
nette Stephens. ,
Work Of Flreiei Saves by
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Roy at 104 West Front street was
damaged by fire at 1:10 o'clock Sun
day afternoon. The blaze originated
In an upstairs bedroom and before It
was extinguished a bole was burned
In the floor and In the celling and the
wall iwas badly, scorched.'; Several. ar
ticles of clothing were destroyed.. By
breaking through' the plastering of the
celling, the firemen were able to reach
the flames which had spre'ad to the
attlo and by doing this probably -saved
the house from bolng' burned to
the ground. It is believed that the
(Ire originated from a, lighted clgqr ur
cigarette stub carelessly thrown upon
the floor by a roomer'at'the Roy homo,
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Gambler, 0 June 16 An an
nouncement by President William F.
Pelrce at the annual commencement
exercises of Kenyon college on Mon
day morning that brought forth a tre
mendous round of applause was the
fact that the board of trustees of the
college had decided to expend $100,
000 on improvements and practically
the remodeling of Bexley Seminary,
and that $40,000 had already be sub
scribed toward the much-needed Im
provement. The elght-fltth annual commence
ment of Kenyon college and, Bexley
Hall was held at 9:30 o'clock this
morning in Rosse Hall which was well
filled at the hour set apart for the
Morning prayer was held at nine
o'clock at the Church of the Holy
Spirit. The procession was formed at
the church after the services. First
came the two ushers from the class of
1914, followed by the graduates of
Bexley' and Kenyon college, the col
lege choir, the faculty and the clergy.
Upon arriving at Rosse Hall, the
clergy, the faculty and the graduates
assumed seats on the, stage. There
were no decorations of any kind In
A selection was rendered by the
college choir and the Invocation was
said by the Right Reverend Theodore
Irving Reese, Bishop Coadjutor of
,The class address was given by Mr.
Clan Crawford of Franklin, Pa., who
took for his subject, "The History of
the Panama Canal and the Dispute
Between Great Britain and the United
States." The address showed careful
preparation and was delivered in an
excellent manner by the speaker.
Another selection was given by the
The alumni address was delivered
by the Rev. Robert L. Harris, '96, A.
B 99, Bexley. The speaker was in
troduced by President Pelrce. The
subject of Rev. Mr. Harris's address
was "The Call to Leadership." The
address was In the nature of a politic
al sermon and was a master-piece of
oratory. The audience greatly appre
ciated and enjoyed the address Judging
from the applause that followed when
the speaker had concluded.
A selection was given by the col
Next came the conferring of the
The men to receive the degrees
from Kenyon college were addressed
and presented by President Pelrce.
Those receiving degrees from the
, Bachelor of Arts John Dean Boy
Ian, Franklin Edgar Hauck, . Vernon
Cochrane McMaster, first honor man,
Clan Crawford, Philip William Hull.
Bachelor of Letters John Herman
Balrd, John Alexander Dickinson,
Fftch James Matthews, Herald Daub
Bowlus, William' Frederick Koehnllne,
William Th'urman Spraguo, Don Car
lenos Wheaton, second honor man,
John Adams Wlckham, third honor
Bachelor of Philosophy Irvin John
Koehnllne, fourth honor man, Donald
Bachelor of Science Clarence Jay
Black, Frank Mark Weida.
The graduates of Bexley, Hall were
"addressed by Dr.' Hbsea"" WJones,
dean of the Seminary, Those, receiv
ing' degrees were: fx .
Bexley Hair '
Certificates of Graduation Charles
Payne Burgoon, Charles Harris, Jr.,
Kirk Bassett O'Ferrall, Ph. B Ken
yon, George Stewart Walton, A. B.,
Bachelor of Divinity Oliver Festus
Crawford, Harry Lawrence Hadley,
William. Oliver Leslie," VI, A., Kdnyon.
fho degree of Master, of, Arts was
conferred jupM,ttM' alumni orator of
the day, Rohert Leltoy Harris, rector
of St. Mark's church, Toledo, Ohio, by
Two honorary degrees were confer
redthe degree of Doctor of Divinity
upon The Right Reverend Theodore
Irrlag Reese, A. 1., Columbia, Bishop
Coadjutor of Southern Ohio, and the
degree of Doctor, ef, Lawn upon Fran
cis T. A.. JMkiM, .., '84; A. M.r '97.
The candidates for these degrees were
presented aad, the' degrees conferred
by President Pelree.
Next came the. announcement by
the presldeat, the atom Important of
which was that the trustees had de
elded to make extensive repairs to
Bexley Hall and that the Improve
ments would cost ,$100,000. When the
announcement was made that the sum
or $40,000 had already been subscribed
towards the Improvements a hearty
round of applause"greeted the presi
dent.. President Pelrce also spoke of the
remarkable success,. of a graduate of
Kenyon college,, aow attending Ox
ford University, England. The presl'
dent referred toMr. William Bland.
He stated that. Mr. Bland had just
been elected presldeat of the Oxford
Union, the first thie that honor has
been conferred usea aa American.
The presldeat also announced two
changes ia th college faculty for
next. year. '
The benediction, was pronoitnced
by the Right Reverend Boyd Vincent
of Southern Ohio aad the eighty-fifth
commencement was brought to a close.
The alumni luncheon followed at 1
p. m. In Rosse Halt.
Of GMMm's Wtrk Receives
Fancy work, sewing, drawings,
paintings, etc., the work of the pupils
of St. Vincent de Paul's school during
the past year, were on display Sun
day at Jhe school auditorium on South
McArthur street The display was
ery good and received much favor
able comment from the large number
of visitors who viewed the work after
masses In the morning and on Sunday
Hold Nenonl Service For
Memorial services of Kokosinn
Aerlo No. 760 Fraternal Order ot
Eagles were held at the Vine street
Church ot Christ at 2:30 o'clock Sun
day afternoon, The church was com
pletely tilted by members of the order,
who occupied pews In the front part of
the auditorium, and friends. The ser
mon was delivered by Rev. J. A. Long,
pastor of. the church.
The Eagles assembled at their hall
and went to the church In a body. A
short ritualistic exercise was followed
by the sermon which was lmpresslvo
and very well-delivered? The service
was held 'in memory 'of the deceased
brother Eagles, three of whom are
burled in Mound View cemetery.
Immediately following the services
at the church the members of the or
der formed In, line and, headed by the
Mt. Vernon band, marched to Mound
View cemetery where the graves -vere
decorated. About two hundred were
in line. ' ,
To avoid delay In delivery have
your mall addressed to street aad
number, P. O. box or general, delivery,
The following letters, remain ua
claimed In the ML. Varaoa. postofflce:
Bartley, Mrs. 03car .
Burke, Mrs. Clara
Daniels, Frank. '
Deganan, J. B.
Edwards, A. H.
Jackson, Frank H.
Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth;
Lashmutt, Clara De
Linn, Mr. nnd Mrs. John)
Scovllle, W. C.
Suerrv. Waldo 'w4
vvouoru, uurruu, 'J
Hasay, Wasyl ,,
Orynycs, Warko '..,
SHERIDAN, G, DOWDS,
Marie Dressier Is tobecprao a Shu
bert star In August.
WE CAN PAY
AND BO PAY FIVE PER CENT ON
TIME MPOSITS AND THE
BEST PROOF OF OUR ABIL
ITY TO 00 SO.
2. Aside treat having done so for
over eighteen years, we have no pre
ferred stockholders to demand and re
ceive thhe cream of the profits. Stock
holders owning other financial insti
tutions In Central Ohio receive divi
dends (Interest) as high as 20 per
cent Ordinarily they receive divi
dends (Interest) of 10 or 12 per cent
Their depositors, however, receive but
2 or 3 per cent The Buckeye State
Building and Loan Company pays all
persons the same five per cent on
time deposits. Rankin Building. -.'
West Gay street, Columbus, Ohio.
Write for booklets.
Danville, Ohio, June 16 While un
loading wheat from a wagon at the
mill at this place, Harry Kunkle, Mon
day morning, slipped and fell striking
his side heavily upon the edge of the
wagon-bed. Oae of his ribs was frac
JULY 7, 1913
Here is a fine opportunity. The
Oberlin Business College has decided
to make a special offer of $100 for the
year's course to all High school pupllj
who enroll on or before July 7, 10I.J,
which Is the opening of the Mid-Summer
Term. This Is the lowest offer
ever made by this school Including as
It does $30 for books, stationers and
use of typewriters. This school en
ters into a position contract with ev
ery student and has more calls than
it can fill. Wall Map of Ohio mailed
free to anyone Intending to entar a
business college. Aay of our readers
who think of entering a business col
lege should write at once for this map
and further Information.
Nike RaM li SNtfc Vernoi
A horse and harness belonging to
Ray Frdst and a buggy belonging to
Halite Butcher were stolen In South
Vernon Saturday evening between 7 C
clock and 9 o'clock. The horse was
staked out to pasture near the Fros
home when it was taken and the set
of harness was taken from the barn.
The buggy was stolen from a shed in
which it was kept.
The loss ot the property was discov
ered shortly after 9 o'clock and the
sheriff and police were notified. A
search was begun Immediately and
several good clues were found by the
officers. They anticipated that an at--ret
would be made Monday,
Plus For New Vine Street
At a congregational meeting at the
Vine street Church of Christ Sunday,
the plans for the proposed new chuvch
edifice were presented and were dis
cussed at length and, were adopted.
Steps will be taken at an early Uato
looking to the erection of the building.
The Mount Vernon Homing Pigeon
club flew their fourth flight ot the
season Sunday, June 15th. From Terre
Haute, Indiana, a distance of 296
miles The brlds were liberated at 5
a. m. and the first bird arrived at
home at 12:22 o'clock. The result
was as follows:
Lewis Bodcher 1, 3, 4, 12, 13, 17.
Leon Bary 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15 16.
Tony Ja.cquet 5, 6, 18.
Emlul Berger 14.
Alphonsce Villan 19.
E. E. E, Club
Mrs. I. W. Butler of East Vine street
entertained the E, E. E. club on Tliiuo
day afternoon., The afternoon wa3
spent very ploasantly, refreshments
1 J News II
IpHsW I IbbTV ntsnaisH IV BnfRM
An attempt was made at about
10:39 o'clock Saturday night to break
Into a barn rented by Mr. Judsoa L.
Polaad oa East Viae street by some
person. It Is believed that an effort
was being made to steal one or more
of Mr. Poland's eleven horses which
were stabled In the building at that
time. The would-be thieves wre
frightened away by the approach or
It was discovered on Sunday morn
ing that two of the barn windows
had been pried open. Nothing was itol-
"Oh! Oht Delphlne," Is to be pro
duced in Paris in September.
The Cochran Agency
111 ACRES 4y2 miles from Mt. Vernoirwith 2 sets
of buildings, one 9-room house nearly new, one
6-room house, 2 good gas wells, good water. Can
be divided in 50 and 110 acre tracts with build
ings, f ACRES 5 miles from Mt. Vernon. A good farm
well improved and well watered. , .
1 21 ACRES 3 miles from Mt. Vernon, well improv
ed and good water.
4 1 ACRES 4y2 miles from Mt. Vernon with good
improvements, water and a good orchard.
We also have several small tracts adjoining the
city; also a number of good city properties and va-
Gall and see our properties before purchasing.
"We are sure we can please you. , ; vww..
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the regular meeting ef Kac 'Mq
County Pomona Orange will he iNta','
In the MUford' grange hall, Satareay, .
June 21, at 19 o'clock. At this Usm. . , '
the fifth degree will he eeaferred' Ur j
ea a urge class. la the
Mrs. Harriett Dlcksea,, State Swperv
Inteadeat of Juvenile Granges, Witt.
speak upon ,thk work.
Pike township wilt hojd their aa
nuat home coming plcfllc aad, Boxweft
commencement oa the' 2 1st day et
June. Place and program will a
The Knox Couaty W. C. T. ff
will bold their annual Flower missies;
day at the Infirmary June 19.' All aa
Ions In the country are urged to at
tend and take, part la the program.
Elliot Dexter, who played the reto
of the lawyer In "The Master Mind,"
will appear In a '.play shortly to, be
produced, called "Nature's Cry."
the season's, most-wanted
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96c to $4.96
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