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THE DEMgORATIC BANNER
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 191S
regram For 9, 10 And 11
fialaxy Of Operatic Stars As
sembled For First Night
The directors of tho Mt, Vernon
Festival association, after several
months of negotiation, arc finally able
to announce the complete program of
tho fourth May festival of the asso
ciation, which w.lll bo held tho oven
ings of Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, May 9, 10 and 11, at the
Saint Saens' opera, "Samson and
-Dalllah," by tho Festival chorus, as
sisted by the following tu tints :
Paul Althouso, tenor, of tho Metro
politan Opera Co., Now York city.
Miss Elsa Lyon, contralto, of New
Robert Mnlntland, baritone, of New
York city, formerly with tho Covent
Opera Co , London, England.
, Ralph McCall, barltono, Coumbtis,
lawronco Sporry, bass, Mt. Vernon.
Miscellaneous concert. rcstlvnl
chorus, usslsted by Miss EhIcIIu Ilni
rla of New York city.
Tho children's chorus, assisted by
Mro. Margaiet Herry-Mlllor of Colum
bus, ()., and Miss Gei trudu Fleming of
Mt. Vernon, will render tho cantata,
"Tho Threo Springs," by Paul Illlss,
and several choruses.
At the organ will bo hoard Mis
"Wilbur T. Mills of Columbus and Mis
M. M. Mclntlro of Mt. Voinon. At tho
piano, Miss Helen McNabb of Mt
Vornon will prosldo.
Tho prlco for tho Hired eiiteilaln
-Tnonta has been wet nl $l.fiO for gen
oral admission and fiOo for reserved
seats for tho sorlus
OF FOREIGNER SCARES WITS
OUT OF WOMAN; CALLS OUT
POLICE PATROL; HARMLESS
becoming frightened by tho ipieor
actions ol an umhiellu inomlur while
wuh trying to bell hor an uuibiullii,
lady living on Noith SnndusUy
street summoned tho police patrol
Tho pollru fouiul that tho man, who
ws a forolgnei, had simply bocomo
excited over tho fact that ho was tin
sWn to inako tho woman Lompreheuil
what ho was trynlg to say. Ills ac
tions wore explained In tills way, and
Tw vmh allowed to tulco Ills dop.iituio
AFTEn REST OF 8EVERAL YEARS
AGAIN 8PRING8 INTO LIME
LIGHT; HITS MAN WITH A
With his heart swathed In bandag
es, l'asiimilti Allfrleo of South Vernon
appuarpil bufoio Major Mitchell Sat
inxUy uioriiliig and made nllldiivlt,
fthurglng llonjiiiniu Shoiur with as
iraiill ami battery.
Tho two limn had an argument Sat
urday moililng and Slierer iiBed a
Bhovol with deadly effect, striking tlio
lullun in the head with it and lnlllct
Iiib u long.Nigly gasli which entirely
upllt the right ear.
Slierer was foimorly u fanilllar llg
vr In polite court, owing to his mini
opoim lights, but this Is his llrst eu
cnjmdo In suveral veins.
NOT ENTIRELY HYGIENIC; LEO
POLD RETURN8 TO OLD C, OF
Secretary Leopold liar, returned
temporarily to tho old iuartora of tho
clutniber of coiiimeicu In tho KlrK
building, owing to conditions of an
unnanltar nature ho found existed In
tbo now (juurtom on Wont High
street. In tho muautlmo, tho nbdl
catod rooms aro bolng thoroughly
fumigated for the bom clary's oe'eu
paucy tho Hint of tho week.
Claims Of The Last 0! the
Hlllsvllle, Vu., April 1 At tho April
term of tho Carroll County Court,
which will sit In tho same court-room
whoro tho Allen clan "shot up" the
court, killing tho Judge, tho prosecut
or, tho sheriff, n Juror and a witness,
four years ago, n hearing will be given
Will McGraw, tho self confessed slay
er of Jock Allen, tho'lnst of tho Allen
clan. McGraw rid tho world of tho
last of tho Aliens dining a light in
tho homo of Mrs. Roberta Martin, fhe
miles from Mount Airy, N. C, on
March 17. It wos four years almost
to tho day from tho "shooting up" of
tho littlo court-room hero, which as
tounded tbo country.
McGraw, who Is known as a bad
man all through this section, will
plead solf-defenso. Ho claims that Al
len objected to his remarks concern
ing the Allen clan, and was about to
tako his life, when, In self-defense, he
shot Allen through tho head. At the
tlmo of tho shooting, tho women and
children In tho house had fled. Two
shots wero heard. McGraw, hatless
and coatlesB, plunged from tho door
way of the houso and disappeared.
Sheilff Edwards of Carroll County
went after McGraw and brought him
Into Uoanoko for safc-koeplng.
Tho killing of Jack Allen raises the
total of deaths resulting from the
court-room shooting here, on March 14,
11112, to eight. Fivo died in the little
mountain court-house. Floyd Allen
brother of Jack Alton, and his sou,
Clnudo Allen, wero executed March
28, 1013, at Richmond. -Jnck Allen,
who mot his death March 17, last, was
Tho victims of tho Allen clan wcic
Judgo Thornton L. Masslc, ono of the
most prominent Jurists iu Virginia,
who was piosldlng at tho trial; Coun
ty Prosecutor William M. Foster, Shot
lit Lowls A. Webb, .luior Augustus
Flowor, mill Ellnboth Ayers, a wit
ness. A tilvlal Incident led to tho shoot
ing up of tho court. Two nophows of
Floyd Allon, Wesley Kdwnrd and Sid
na, had been at rested for dlsoidcily
conduct, growing out of a chinch meet
Ing In which a kinsman of tho Aliens
who was not In favor with tho remain
der of tho clan, was given u, beating.
Tho an est of the nophows touched
tho pildo of Floyd Allon, a great, lftg
mountaineer. With his followeis, ho
boasted that no Allen ever had gone
to Jail, lie boat up tho sheriff that
had his nephews In chaige, and llboi-
atcd them. Then Floyd Allen hlmsol!
was airosted and ultimately convicted
of Interfering with an olllcor.
Tho shooting took place at a dram
atic moment on tho day tho pilsouor
was to have been sentenced to a year
iu piisou, Seven poisons, In addition
to Floyd Alien, woio accused of hav
ing taken part In tho shooting. Desldes
Allen and his son Clnudo, who latoi
died with him at Richmond, the ac
cused moil wore Sldna and Wesley Ed
waida Allon, tho two nophows; Sldna
Allon, a brothoi, a co-lcadur of the Al
lon clan that had terrified tho Illuo
Rldgo Mountains lor thioo goneia
lions; Victor Allen, another sou;
Frool Allon, a nophow, and Hyul Mai
Ion, a cousin.
Victor Allon was iu-tultlqd for lack
of evidence. Sldna Allon and Wesloj
ICd win ds Allon weio caught at Don
Moines, and the foimoi was sentenced
to thlitv-llvo, vows and the v later to
twontj-Bovon youis In prison. IIjnl
Million became a stato witness and
wna discharged, Fieul Allen was
caught two weeks after the cum L loom
slaughter mid, although only 17 jears
old, was given IS yeais In pilsnn Sid
na ICdwimls Allen went to Jail foi 111
leen oarH for his p.ut Iu tho shoot
Deo Hive Club
Tlio lloo Hivo'club met with Mis
Wallot of Sjchiir loud Thiusduy af
lei noon Twont) mumbeiH weio pies
out and an onjnyabo tlmo was hud
In commemoration of tho hlithdny
anuUorsary of Mrs. Wallot, she was
piesuuted with a beautiful gift
A number of friends of Mrs, John
Stunner gave her n pleasant suipilso
nt her homo on West Gambler street
on Thursday -evening. Piano musk
was rendered by hor daughtor, Leoiui,
after which a dainty luncheon was
son oil. Mis. R. O. Zohmor of Now
urk, a sister of Mrs. Stunner, was the
John l.ano of Sunbury spout Sat
unlay in Mt. Vornon on business.
Mis. J. It. Crltchllald of Columbus
who lias spent tho past week here on
account of tho Illness of hor father,
i:. Miller, roturnocl homo Thiusduy
Miss Margaret Walker spent Friday
In' Gambler with friends.
Mrs. S. S. Jowell of Oak street was
a visitor In Columbus on Friday.
Mrs. George Harris of East Vino
street spent Friday In Columbus.
Paul Hlldreth went to Canton Fri
day to look after business Interests.
Robert Marshall of Akron nrrlved
hero Friday for a visit with fi lends.
Lowls M. Muiphy of Puynllup,
Wash, Is tho guest of Mr. nnrt Mis.
O. F. Muiphy, West High street.
Mrs. Frank Crowthers of Hast
llanitrnmrk street Is spending tho
day In Danville, tho guest of fi lends.
Mrs. Lewis P. Schaus Is tho guebt
of lclntlvcs In Now ark for sooral
Mrs. J. A. Spltzer returned Thins
day to her homo In WestervlUc after
a visit with friends in the city.
James Cassll of Akron Is tho guest
of Ids parents, Mr. and Mis. John
Cassll of Noith Gay stieet.
Mis. G. M. Mooro leturned Fildny
to her homo in Newaik after a short
visit with fi lends In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shellenbarger
of Qtiairyi street weio visitors. In Co
Airs. Albert H.ilrd and daughter.
Miss Cora, spent Friday la Ccntor
burg with fi lends.
Chichester Hackctt of Fast Ham
ttamck street spent Frldny In Colum
bus. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woolison and
daughter, Gertrude, of Howard street
went to Columbus Friday to spend
Mis. G. A. Miller of West Chestnut
street wont to Centerburg Friday to
gho an address before tho W. C. T.
U. ladles of that place.
Miss Agnes Ahrendt of Walnut
stieet went to Columbus Frldny,
whoie slio will bo the guest of Miss
Gortrudo Slight for a few days.
Mrs. Clem S. Horry of Pleasant
Vlow fai m has returned to her homo
after a week's visit with friends and
relatives in Mt. Vornon.
Mr. and Mis, Max Ilendul, who havo
been dwelling In Las Animas, Colo ,
aio here for a lsit with old fi lends
Mr and Mis. llcndcl foimeily lived In
Mrs. George V. Owens and d.iugh
tor, Eloanor, of Ninth Clinton stieet
wont to Now.irk Friday to spend the
weekend with Mrs. Owens' patents,
Mr and Mrs. Frank A. Place.
Clifford Vernon, who Is omployed at
tho Ohio stato sanatorium, was
hi ought to his homo on E.ist Pleasant
stieet Fildny morning, sulfeiing fiom
n threatened attack of pneumonia.
Kenneth M Haiper, who Is attend
ing St. John's Mllltaiy Academy at
Manlltis, N. Y, arrived homo Fildny
afternoon for a weok's vlfeit with his
patents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hnipor,
!?i!st Gamblci stieet.
Among those from this city who at
tended tho haskothnll game at Co
lumbus Thursday night between Mt.
Veinon high and the All-High quin
tet of Columbus wero: Dr. N. R.
Eastman and son, Robert, Dr. II. W.
llliiir, Now W. Ilgor, William Chlnn,
David Campbell, Omar Footo, Carl
and Wnltor Taughor, C. lliuco Wool-;
son, Roy Lonoy, Virgil Doup nnd
Howard Wills. Frod Hagoman of
Hast Clovoland, who Is visiting hero,
was also In tho party.
Solomon Stiluker of How aid spent
Fildny In Mt. Vernon on business,
Liua Horn of Howanl wus In Mt,
Veinon Fildaj looking after business
Mis. Coleman Swignit of Ohio ave
I The !
ill IfT FErl
I Woman s Ion
nue went to Howard Fiiday to visit
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mis. Chna
Mr. nnd Mrs Tied Hagnmoti nnd
family returned to Cleveland Friday
morning after a short visit with rela
tives in this cltj
Mr. nnd Mis Robert Gilmm of
North Main street wont to Akion
Friday td spend n few dnys with their
daughter, Mrs. Walter Fletcher.
Mr. and Mrs Walter Hess of North
Gay street spent Friday In Howard,
the guests of Mr and Mis. John Wil
kinson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vincent Tlghe and
daughter, Dorothy, of South Rldgely
street went to Columbus Friday to
spend tho day.
Miss Margaiet Sanderson of Dela
ware, who has been visiting In the
city, went to 'cwaik Friday for a
soveral days' stav
Miss Alice Dislnger of Lancaster,
who has been tho guest of her broth
er, Rhoda Dislnger, of tho Ohio Light
& Power Co, returned homo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sweet of W.
Sugar street went to Zanesvillo Fri
day for a several days' visit with rel
atives. Mrs. Harlod Richardson, formerly
of this city, who has been tho guest
of Miss Cnrolyn lennlngs of Wooster
nvonuo, returned to her homo In De
Mis. G. S. Osborn and daughter,
Miss Gladjs, havo returned to their
homo In Columbus after a visit at the
homo of Mr. anil Mrs C. H. Osborn,
West High street
James Murtaugh of East Gambler
street wont to Centerburg Friday,
where ho will superintend the laying
of a sower for uhlch A. A. Graham
of this city has the contract.
Mr. and Mrs. lolin Yeater of Glen
mont, who have been spending the
winter in Delnnd, Pla , nrrlved In Mt.
Vernon Thursday to visit their son,
Harrison Yeater, of West Burgessi
stroet, before returning to their homo.
Miss Cora Lone of East Chestnut
street went to Columbus Fiiday to
spend tho weok-cud with her patents,
Mr. nnd Aim. F. V Loney. Mr. Lon
oy, who recently underwent an oper
ation at tho Mt Carmol hospital, Is
Mr. nnd Mrs W O. Shaw nnd
daughter, Miss Lornn, departed
Thursday evcnlnj for New Kensing
ton, Pn whoro thev will rcsldo In tho
futuio. Mr. Shim has been superin
tendent of tho local branch of tho
Pittsburgh Phitr Glass Co , but wns
County Trensjier and Mrs. Lloyd
Roll and dnusliter, Loutae, of East
Hamtrnnick street went to Columbus
ltlday to spend tho day with Mr.
Roll's mothei, Mrs. Julia Hell. Their
son, Riisler, accompanied them as fnr
as Centerburg, whoro ho will spend
tho day with friends.
Mrs. E. D Burro of Rldgowood avo
nui lb tho guest of relatives Iu Mt.
Llborty for sovornl dnys.
Mrs. Dolla Wright of Llm.i will
nrlvo here tomonow for a month's
stay 'With tho HnrilB millinery storo.
Mrs. John M. Rlocher of East High
fitreot Is spending tho week end with
relatives at Ankenytown.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bostwick of
North Gay street spent Friday In
Centerburg with their daughter, Mrs.
E. K. Ashbaugh.
Mrs. Gotsluill of Mlnorva has re
turned to hor homo after a short visit
with Iter daughter, Mrs. II. W. Row
don, of North Gay street.
Mrs. D. F. Hcidnuin and daughtor,
Francos, of Quarry street, went to
Crestllno Fiiday to visit with relatives.
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Germany is Fighting for More Land.
Sho Appreciates its value. It produces what all tho vo:ld
must hnvo: Food. There Is a never-ending demand for Its
products. Buy ono of these now and bo Independent:
100 acres, well improved first and second bottom farm close
to Howard, on good terns.
Lays level to Kently tolling, mostly In a heavy set of grass
Good elKht-loom ilwelllnp, bain 3t by 10 feet with sheds, wnson
shed, cribs, feed house, otc Well watered by springs nnd run
ning water. Fruit orchard, good woven wlro fences, several
acres of timber. $11,000 00
122-acre Green Valley farm, located three miles south from
Lays lovel, good strong soil, twelvo to fifteen ncros of timber,
lino spilng and well with windmill nt dwolllnc Two barns, wa
gonslKd and cribs, fruit orchard, etc. GOOD TEIUIS
Nice 22-acre well Improved farm, midway between Mt. Ver
non and Gambler:
Splendid six or seven room dwelllne, extra good bank barn
with slnto roof nnd all necessary outbuildings, nnd fruit. Just
tho pinto fot n nice, comfortablo homo with your cows, chick
ens nnd fruit J1.000 Only tho prlco of a good city property.
Very desirable 72-acre farms, five or six; miles out from
Well Improved. $0,250 Good terms.
324 acres, well Improved stock and grain farm, three miles
with lot of nlco oak timber. Only $55 per acre on good terms.
A genuine fnrm bargain.
One of the best 100-acre farms in Miller township. Well
tiled and Improved:
Dark loamy soil Very productive. One of tho best buys In
tho county at $8,700.
Splendid 60 acres close In, also 44 acres and 125 acres:
Seo us today. Tomorrow may bo too lato; they aro moving.
W. C. ROCKWELL FARM-LAND CO.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
A Cild in dthe
Tho "slight cold" may dovolop
Into something of n mor"o serious
natuio. Don't tako an unneces
sary risk check tho cold Just ns
quickly as you posBlbly can.
will quickly freo you from tho
grip of a slight or serious cold.
They aro a novel -falling nntldoto
for a cold at any stage.
"Don't let a cold get a hold"
Sold in Mt, Vornon at
Lorcy's Drug Store
115 S. Main St.
Mr. nnd Mis. Charles Lafforro of
Contor stioet woio Usltors In Coluni
Win nor l)ooo of Newark was a
business lsltor In tho city Snturdoy
Mis. Fiank llajmes of West Vine
stioet went to Columbus Saturday to
lslt with relnt!cs for Bevornl das.
Dess H. Kirk of I-oinin, formerly of
this city, airhed hero Saturday for a
lslt with relatives and old friends.
Perry Norrlck of Hqward was a
business visitor In'Mt. Vornon Sat
ui day. "
Foi' Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Faye Ij lluucis, plaiutllf
Ihiuiiu H Thutcher ot nl, dcfi-ndntits
Kno Common l'lma
Itv lrtm) of Ouh'i of Knlu In Partition
Issued out of thu Com t of Common I'lens
of Jiio Count), Ohio, luid.to inu dliicted,
1 will elfei for Hiile nt tlio door of tho
Com t House, Iu .Mount Vernon, Knox
Saturday, the 15th day of
bttwopn the houiH of 1 n. m nnd ! n. m.
of said dn, tho following desuibed hinds
nnd tenimtnts. In-wlt,
Tho following described renl estate, sltu
nto In the township of llllllni, county of
Kuo nnd slnto or unio, low u;
' Sltunlcd In Illlllnr Townshln. Tlrst
QiiaiUi and HnuM' Plftitn, and being
1 oi t -w en ncies olf tlio l.'ast side of 1-KJt
No Twent , such tintt beginning at tho
Xinli-w"t coiner, extends south, Ono
liumlied mm ioriv-FCen roas to tno
south-west coiner of said lot, thenco ex
tends int Gl Jl lods to tho south-enst cor
nel , theme extends noith 147 rods to tho
1101 th- list corner, thenco 51 .'1 rods west,
to tlio point of beginning.
"Also 27 and ncres ort tho west side of
lot No i In said township which tract be
ginning nt u stono nt tho uoith-ucst cor
ner of said lot, extends houtli 150 40 rods
to tho bouth-west corner, thence east
'ja 28 rods to tho south-east comer! thenco
noi th, 150 40 rods to tho north-east corner,
thence west 23 20 rods to tho point of, bo
ginning, both of said tracts contnlnlng
Seventy-four nnd Ono-hnlf ncies."
Appraisement First tract nt $3,1W00;
second tract nt $1,485 00, and ius a wliolo
The above described niopert Is located
In miliar township, Knox county, Ohio,
and will bo offered in two sepui.ito tracts
nnd then ns n whole.
Teims of sulo Ono-thlrd cash on day of
snlo and ono thlid in one yeai. nnd ono
third in two years tho dcfeiied payments
to bo seemed by mortgage on tho premis
es sold nnd to bear inteiest from tho flay
of snlo paynblo annually, or tho pm chaser
may elect to pnv nil cash
JOHN Jl WOOLISON,
Sheriff Knox County, Ohio.
P O I,eerlug, nttorncj for plaintiff
"' !, "'
LAKE TUG MEN GET RAISE
Clovoland, 0 April 1 By an agreo
nient botwoen tho towboat owners
and their men, a general ndvanco In
If r fr'5
fvi J- Use
J For Over
THE CCNTAUtl COMPANY, HCW VORK CITV.
Mmthn Dunn, ptnlntlff
Mnry J Phllo et nl, deffiidnulH
Knox Coinmoii Pleas
Hy vlrtuo of Older of Hule In Pnitltlon
Issued out of the Comt of Common I'lens
of Knox Counn Ohio, mid to me dlicrt
nl 1 will orTn foi snle nt the door of tho
Court llouae, in Mount Vtinon, Knox
Saturday, the 22nd day of
between the hours of 1 p in nnd " p m
of mild dn, tho following desciihtd lands
and tenements, to-wlt
Tho following ilescillicd lent estate situ
ate iu the scenth (7) township, Lount of
Knox and statu of Ohio tow It
llelng pnit of Lot Numhei Ple (5) in
the Second (Jl Qumlci of the Seventh (7)
'township, nnd Thliteenth (11) ltnnge in
the ubnc named Count v nnd State, and
of a twcnt-lle ncie tinct of land, con
vojed to CJtoige Cnsell hy Ilbenv70i P.
Young nnd wife 1 died dated Mav SOtb,
ltij. and recouled In Hook N nt pag CO1)
of the Deed llecoids of Knox County, des
cilhed ns follows
Ilegunlug nt the south-east coiner of a
live nere tinct of land umujul lis Geoige
Cnssell to Joseph Kbeisole b deed it n ted
SIny 1'Jtli. lMiO, nnd leconled lu Vol YY
nt page 1W of the Died leoonts of said
Knox County nnd tunning thenco South
1SS7 lods to north-east coinei of u two
ncie tinct of laud toneed by George
Cnssell to Itohert Dunn, by deed tinted
Jin 10th. ISMr nnd leconled In Vol YY,
nt umlu'S 191 and 191. of tho Deed Keeoids
of the snld Knox CoiinU thenco AVest
nlong the noith line of said two ncie tract
17AS rods to the noith-west corner of the
same, thence south 17 W rods with the
west lino of hiild two ncie lot to the soittli
west corner of tho sumo, thenco west
nlong the south lino of the sold twentj
llp ncre Unit 12 r.') rods thenco noith
2(!7"i lods to the south-west cornet of the
nboo named Iho acie tinct; thence east
SO 47 rods to the plnco of beginning, con
tnlnlng IKe nctcs
La Ing in tlio Count v of Knox nnd Stato
or Ohio, nnd being n patt of Lot Number
PIe r) In the second Qunitei of the Sev
enth (7) Township in tho Thliteenth (11)
Itange U S Jt. lands, bounded us follows
neglnnlng nt tho North-West corner of
land foimeily owned liv Hdwntd Pi Ice ndj
joining land of N. nailing on the West,
I tunning North fiom snld Pi Ice land thh-tv-ono
nnd n half (314) poles, thenco
Knst Sixty-three and ono linlf (G1V4) poles:
thenco South thirty ono nnd ono half OHS)
poles; thenco West Sixty-three nnd a halt
(0) poles to the place of beginning, con
taining twelve nnd one lmlf (12V4) acres,
more or less IJelng tlio Nortli half of a
lot of land eonveed by lolin Mitchell,
nnd wlfo to Zlba Jackson hy deed dated
December 7th, 1S2S and tccorded in Dool;
1T , nt pnge 8S ot tho deed records of Knox
Ileing part of Lot Number rive (!) In
the Second (2) qunrtcr, in the Seventh (7)
Township, nnd Thirteenth (1 1) P-ango In
Knox Countv, Oldo, nnd thnt portion of a
Iwenty-flve (2T) ncie tract of land convey
ed by Geoigo Cassell to Robert Dunn by
deed dated May 19, 1S0O nnd recorded In
Hook YY. nt pngos 19! nnd 194 of tho deed
records of Knox County, Ohio, which Is
bounded nnd desci Ibed ns follows: llegin
ning nt the South-east cot net ot tho said
twenty-no nero trnct ot lot running
thence west 17 SS rols: thence Nortli 17 8S
tods, thenco Dist 17 SS lods; thence South
17 88 inds to tho placo of beginning, con
taining two ncres more or les
Helng pnit of Lot Numbei Five () in
tho Second (2) Quarter or tlio Seventh (7)
Township and Thhteen III) Jinnee, in
ICnox County. Ohio, tlio snme being a part
of a twenty-live ncto tinct of land con
veyed to Geoigo Cassell h llbenezer P.
Young bv deed tinted May JO. ISTi nnd
leconled In Hook YY nt nngo no1), of deed
lecords ot Knox County, Ohio nnd bound
ed and deseilhed ns follows: Beginning at
the North-east cornet of the nhoe nnmcil
twcntv-llvo acre tinct thence South 26 2.",
nici, tlinrn West ..0 17 rods! thenro North
2S 25 lods. thence JIast "0 47 tods to the
place of beginning contnlnlng He ncres
Being put or Lot Number J"le (!",) In
the Second (2) Qunitei oLthe Seventh (7)
rownshlp nnd Thirteenth (11) Range In
ICnox County Ohio, nnd bounded and des
ci ibed us follows, to-wlt- neglnnlng at
the Soulh-enht miner of a trnct or land
formei ly owned by l'dwnrd Pi ie, de
censed: thenco Noith nlong the Hue of
tho snld Pi Ice land 31 TO poles; thenco I'nst
along tho lino of lands foimerly owned by
7.11m Jnelison 2.V4 poles to a stake, thenco
South nlong tbo line ot n lot of land form
erly owned by John Struder. Sr , 31 r0 poles
to n sinio. tnenco west. bi poies to mo
plnco of beginning contnlnhiK flvo ncres
moio or less
Also tho following rcnl estnto being part
of tho Lot nboo described, beginning at
tho corner of Jesse Plummer's land on the
lino between said plummet and Benjamin
Faituili.it, thence Nortli 31 B-10 peiches;
thenco Bust 23 fi-10 peiches: thonco South
31 G-10 peiches; thence West 25 B-10 perch
es to tlio plnco ot beginning; contnlnlng
flo ncres more ot less
Tho following described teal estate, bo
lng a pait of Lot Numbei Fivo (5) In tho
Second (J) Quarter of the Seventli (7)
Township, nnd Thirteenth (13) Runge, in
Knox County, Ohio
Beginning at tlio Notth-West comer of
lands foimeily owned bv George Lahmnn,
Sr , thence south W deg west 89 40-100
poles to a stono In the nortli lino of lands
formei ly owned hj Ann Unit Is, thence
Noith S7 deg. West W 40-100 poles along
tho said linos, thenci, Noith Hi dec 1-ast
Kb fcO-100 poles along tho lines of lands for
mei ly owned by John Studoi nnd A. Dunn
to tho South-west coiner of land formei
ly owntd b Tlionuis lllllot, thence an
tasleil) couiso along tlio lino of snld Di
llon's land to tile placo of beginning, con
tnlnlng J.1 2ii-100 ncies moio oi less Alt of
said tiacts containing 07.7 ncies moio or
The nbovo deseilhed tracts nl land aro
located in Monls Township, ICnox Coun
ty, Ohio. Jjjlng Dast of tho uppei Fied
eilcklown Road nliout fom miles fiom Mt
Veinon, Ohio Tho nbovo desctibed land
will bo sold ns n whole, nnd Tieo of Dowei,
Appinlsed nt $j,4.'i 00 Fieo of said Dower
Tcuns of snlo One thlid tush in hand
on day of sale, ono thlid In ono eu nnd
ono third In two jems the dcfeiied pay
ments to be suicd hj moitgngo on pi enl
ists sold and to henr six pei cent in
teiest fiom iho ilny of sale, pualil an
nually, or thu puichnsti maj elect to pay
JOHN M WOOLISON.
Sheriff Knox Countj. Ohio
P. A Beu nttouiey foi plaintiff.
S R. Martin
All calls answered promptly
day or night.
EITHER MOTOIt or HORSE
Citizens' Phone 10 Gambler Ex.
wages of ?5 a month goes Into effect
today. The scale from April 1 to
Dec. 31 for captain nnd mates will bo
Chicago, 5170; South Chicago $150;
Dulutb, Ashland and Marquette, $11!".,
all other ports, $140. Tirst and sec
ond engineers got $125 a mouth.