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Would Charge Estate Of In
sane Man For Support
FILES MOTION JN COURT
Alleges Demurrer Admits
Facts Warranting Verdict;
tho prnli.ite court Vpiliu"ilny.
Walter llolilliionlc, New ('ullfoiil,
lirhiito lit 10 Huttpiy, i::-rth V. H. I'
A., mill Ceelle .M. I'lpes, Tilt. Vernon
I lev. .1. A. LonR.
Jiiy Unwind lli'ininier, fna-mer, Hell
ille, mid IMnu Shsitii, .Morris town
ship. Ito.. V. H. C.lliliiiii, West
Real Estate Transfers
lliiniiiih At. Vim Vooi his 1o .lolin V.
Shoolor, I0!l ncrtm In C'luy, fS.OOO.
Halpli C. Hrock to .lolin .M. (ir.tliniu,
city pioperty, $1.
Kllalietll OillllH to Ida M 1)oIIiik,
pin eel in Monroe, $1
William HIiripKlim to I'limccs .1
I'eiin, city propeity, SI
Attractive Items From Western
Will Be Sent Out At Rate Of
106 Daily; Board
A motion 1ms been tiled In the rom-,
mon pleiiB emu I 1 Attorney (leneiali
.Inoph Mrtiliec, L 1). Johnson and
Troseentof ChaileH lleimonl, who
lepreaeni the ntuto of Ohio In u milt '
.tRnlnM Clint on .M. Woo tin Kiiiinlliiit
it i .loiiu loiuiK. nil HiKiino pei'hnn, m
Mbich the Htatu li socUIiik to charge
II iiiniiKS ('statu with his mippoit
uhilp. nit inmate of the. Htalo lioKpilal
The motion sets up that tho (niiit'H
(ierniHiiK the llrst defense of si de
imirn r, while allow Iiik the Heeond
:uul tliltd ila'fonbi'H, Hied liy the de-lriid.mt-,,
entitles the philntllf to JuilK
ineut on tho pleadiiiKS, ullt'KliiK thai
the Hi Hi defenups admits faetH snllle
lent to justify judgment for the pliilu-
'I Im will of Hliziiliclli lllKhlnilie of
Millwood was iidmltted to prolmte In
lUL! I I ft II I '"'" V 'M,II,M' Winner I- I'lpes, Wes
III I I llfw i S l(y ll!lr,ll,1- ""licit O. A. Pinker,
II III I Ui! V L CliiirlcH II Mel'lieii-oii. (JeoiKo L
Tho local diaft hoaid i,tlll has,
about 2) (pii'stloniuilies to mall to
ruKlsti .iiitH, haviiiK malted them to all
men subject to the diaft numbers un
der 11120 Thursday. The ipiestlon
niilies aio mulled at the rate of 10(1
e.tc h ilu).
Tho follow) ik I'oulstraiitof (npro,
(lassllled Wednesiluy and TIiuimIii):
Men Without Dependents .Samuel
I. ClOHkey. Howard .1. Cllmore. Al
Hands Out Defeat
THE SCORE WAS 25 TO 17
Late Trains Held Game Back
Until Many Spectators
Happiest Girl c
"I am only too hul (o testify to (ho
ivrilrriIii-H NciiiU. I liberty, of Lincoln,
jNlill. "1 luul iMTllllll-
iiitifomimo tiiiip wiili '
chronio coiiHlipation, i
Htoiiuieli troulilt) ami I
:i teriiblo misery ufinr I
iiatin, when I was
taken hIcIc with .ill
Hcess of tbn bowels.
Wo had Hiiiim of tho
.h-su. c.o.1 iu,uii- ,0.,m lin.iUM, Wh(.h ,il.l not
I II lklirlllin- hum '
tlmy all wild I would ' Vernon until nearly
OutcbiHheil by one of the best learns
of Columbus, the Columbus Athletic
club, lonueilj I tit Itafes I'liates, the
.Mounts lost (he iirJli.il k.iiiii' ol the
'hcuhiii on the home lloor Wednesday
levenliiK by a seme ol -1 to I".
I The Mounts, up to the time of the
! Ilrsl Kiime, haw done ery little pine-
I tiring, which, in a measure, may
lacounl lor their detent Sites, the
Kiiiiiil. evclted Hie admir.itioii of the
Tile train on ulilili the Coliimbim
10 o'clock, was
(lieei. Cliiieuec Hlack, Fr.ink I). Lnp
ley, Call I" ICIiik. I'.ul O Sipilres,
ri.jU I Wllfied I' Ciise, Lewis C. Horsey,
iUU Itos.s 13. Ileheler and Alfied I'.ihl.
Divinity Student Joseph W Crnlj?
Men wltli Dependent. Patents Wil
liam Dial and Kltner Jf. licit.
Men with Dependent Wives 1 Ian
It. Hhaip, John ,1 Sclioles, lloss Scott,
.lolin C Wilson, Aloiuo (). Simmons.
Claionco i. Hiinlsberiy, Paul (!
Heck, Clio C Dunn. Lewis II. Oil
bieath, Cliltoid W. (Jatub. William C
li osl, .lesse L UiihIiIiik. Aloiuo Il.iss,
Clayton N. Petiy, Lok.iii W Shep
p.ird, Paul llewett, Alley Smith. Pi.ie
tor II. Homer, Thomiis llarrid, Leroj
Punly, Hail C Murpli, lames L Slur
taiiKli, Samuel Vail, Chailes L While
('rover I Ian is. Leioj L Slants, Al
licit Sclioll, Spui'Keon !l Sliiiman, HI
hilt .1. Howniun, Clainiice I". Neldon,
Chailes Sipiiies, llairisou ,M lloub
lcr, Walter It Sh.iw, Ceoige (). Me
lick. Hairy M Ilc htiil, Amos Itlden
our. It C. Sellers, Loulo Poland (also
has dependent paieuls), llo L. Hus
sell, Chailes llonsell. Not man W
llopwood. Itussell It Sclleis and
.lanicH O Sta.iis.
Y. W. C. A. PLANS TO
rilit. away. I had
hoard of riiainlier
lain's Tablets, and wo
Ki't. it liotllo of them.
1 liCKan to lake them
mill in Urn-inlays I wiii
ublo to bo no .'mil L'ot
,A,.A -jf.mL better riht alonir. J
IKii,. ""' aio tho proudest, ifirl
IntWeBBaMCj j Lincoln In llmUuch
ti i;ood ini dl inn as I hi mi tabled, are I '
tfln h'llillv hellevn lUVH'll' thai I am
Itoln' and healthy now Th"y wieil
n it iii n pcilimsKiirKicul operation."
" A New Stomach
"Tin loan thiiii'','indsoI millcicrsliom
hl'iliili h and luei I roubles whom I wish '
Iif iildmei land lellwhntChaniliei lain h
Stomach and Ltvej
Tablets would do loi
them," wiites II JW
I ho bun Lake View,
Ohio. "One boltl" of
tbn tuMels would end
them I niiII'kiciI in
leiisely atter" eat hit?
find nmcr li It. well
mill no tieatmenl or
medicine I tiicd over
ceiiiuiil to do me any
K'iioiI until leading an
lulvei iinemeiit lor
In my own jianer, I
tiled a hot lie. Tlii-fiiit
ev doses KitveiucHiir
prihlut; icllef, and the
M'cond hotili) Hcemeil
l'i ii j,. i fut f'ooil hi'iiltli.ftl didn't
rui'i W,ntl in j wiuild j;lwi inn such u
ii 'inruie. Tlu-v iiiiiwondiiilnl "
pinbabh icspoiiKlhlo tor the small
number at the name
Tho siimmaiy and llue-up:
C. A. C. (25) Mounts (17)
Schenck, If Hull, l.l.
Hlii'H, r.l , Mltehi'ill, i.r.
('Ill Isty, ' I. Yiuipei , c
WaKiior, r k
Schmidt, I.k. . . .
(ioals--Schen(ik :i, Sites I!, Christy
1; Mitchell '2, .loucs '1, Hall, .1. Van
Koul Konls Schenck II out of
.Mitchell r. out or 10
Time of halves I "i minutes.
MILPOIID, dun. :i (lleiin Uaiker
retiiined Krldny fiom a lsll with rel-1
uthes In Coluinbiis and Toledo.
Mis Oky Wykor ol Fiodeilektowii
Is stnjiiiK with her fathei, (1. W.
Vli-Kll lllshop Is 111 with scat let fev
er. T. 11. HwIiik was a Ml.' Vernon vis
itor on Monday.
Chailes Weaver has sold his faiiiii
uoithLiit of Lock to Walter Trout.
.Miss Clara Wood of ML Vernon
spent "ilduy with Mis. John Mitchell.
The Mllfoid Hlbli) sihool bus elect
ed tho tollnwhiK olllceis:
Siiit. H. 1' 'I'liompsou.
Asst Supt. L. A. Wilfiht.
Scei ul.n y Helen Mm eland.
Asst. .Secretary Wnnda l''i;rler.
Tieasurer (lroer .Morehind.
OiKiinlst L. A. WilKht.
Asst OiKimlst Mmy I'liiler.
The nowly-elected olllcers of tho
Diiunhters of Veterans, a list of which
was published lecently. wein Install-
I ed Tuesday by Ohio H. Wlneland, as
sisted by Ktbel .Ionian as Kiildii.
Don't Dope the Children
With Strong Cough
A syrup intended especially for
coughs, colds and throat affec
tions of infants and young chil
dren. 25 c
SAXON LAXATIVE COLD
TABLETS will cure your cold.
SOLD ONL AT
BUSINESS MEETING OF
i A meeting or the meinbeis of the i
MiiitlnsburR Chinch of Christ wns
held In tho chinch baseiueiit Wednes
day and dinner wns scned to about
foil people. After (lie dinner, a busi
ness session occupied the time.
STUDENTS RETURN TO
CLASSES AT KENYON
HERE IS REAL NEWS: I
Scarcity of All-Wool Fabrics
Fine grade woolens coming to an tind.
Come and buy a SUIT PATTERN n(ntl lay It asl'de for future use.
You have until January 1st to 18th tp do this In.
A TIP TO MY OLD CUSTOMERS: Money must ac
company all orders.
JOHN R. DOELFS, practical Tailor
11 Public Square, Mti. Vernon, O.
SUPPORT WAR WORK bast sidk pi-hlic hquaiuj J
OF NATIONAL BODY V &
OAMIIIHU, .Inn. !- The students nt
Kenyon college ictiiined to woik here
this mornliiK when stud was ie
sinned utter a two weeks" vacation, '
which bcKan Dec. HI.
' ' ' 'i
The Fire Insurance Man
WILL J. "Doc" WELS33
If you own anything, havo
Citizens' 'Phono 231 lied
1G E. Gambler Stretit. ML Vernon, O
STREAM & RIMER
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city propeity bought, boH
inc. exchanced. Properties rented art
renin collected. Firo Insurance a spe
cialty. Ilepresentlng 14 old reliabh
stock companies. Accident Insurance
live stock Insurance Plate glass In
juranco, automobllo Insurance, la faci
we can Usuro any property you maj
have. Suroty bonds ov' all kinds. Call
and see us. Room 1 Sipe bide.. Soutl
Luther A Stream Win. F. Rlmi
Mala St. Clt. 'phoao No. 147 Iliac";
FRANK O. LEVERING
All business of lesal naturo ulve
prompt otteatlon and especially tc
practice In the Probato Court. Offlci
No. 9 EaBt High street, ML Vftraot, O
New Phone, Ofllco 10L
H. M. HUNTSBERGER
Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Lin
b.'llty, Automobile, Plate Glass Insur
ance. Security bonds written. Rel
r?---. O.t Jlfwm I n4n.il 'I
Room 1 McDermott Bldg., 105 8. Mln
A meeting was held In tho Cham
ber of Coinnieico rooms Wednesday
alleiiioiu al 'Z !IU o'clock In the Inter-
tuitr tsw sv w
I). .lones, v.k. j,,st ,, ni. V0.. i ilu, ouin; Wo
It. YaiiKer, 1 k. quail's Chilslliiu Association Itopie
seiitnthcs ol tho dllleicut chinches
were piesent and lilans were made
i lor woik In the lutuic
'MAKE YOUR MONEY
EARN YOU MONEY
II iiiiiv be withdrawn at any tiiu.,
but It deposited six months with TIIIO
I K.N I I.KIH llli 111 IIjUI.Mi iv Limn
ill eat n you llo per
posits may bo made
East High Street Resident
Meets With Accident; Hip
Mrs. I'iniii.i Miser was badly biiiis
ed and injuied when she fell on a
spot ol lie on a sidewalk in South
Main street Tlllli.sduy iiioiuIiik She,
was rcuioictl to her homo in IC.ist '
HlKli sticet where a hiiikcoii nnnnune-,
ed alter examination t tin I in alPpioh
ability oiio ot her hips is liioUeu, hut !
tills could not be am m tallied until a
mole thoiotmh eMimlmillon is made
PUBLIC SALE OF FARM
The William II. Keiiler tin in ol
about NIN'in'V-l'TVK AC'IMCS, situat
ed one half mile east of Ankenylown,
Kuo (iiiinty, Ohio, will be sold on
tho, picmlses al Pl'HLIC AUCTION
mi SATHItDAY. JANUARY r., l'.HS,
at ONK THIRTY O'CLOCK 1'. M.
r i- - - -
II jim iae tiouble with nur
Htomach Mm should tiy Chambci
Iain's Tablets So liiau hau been
icstoied to health h the use of these
taldets and their lost is so little, 'i'i
i entH, Unit II In woith while to Klvo
Ihem a tilal
Farm For Sale
We will sell at public auction on the premises, situated in
Harrison township, Vi miles east of GAMBIER, on
SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1917 -
The Alexander Reams Farm consisting of 255 Acres.
This I'mi'iii is well improved, 10-rooin house, sprint;
house, wood house, smoke house, chicken house, 22x10;
two story bank burn, Ms h'j; sheep barn, 20x10; double crib
and w.iiion shed, single crib, two implement houses, hog
house, well watered, spring and cistern at house, six run
ning springs on farm, land is part bottom, balance rolling,
-Id acres in timber, :i orchards, 2(i acres sown in wheat, bal
ance in grass, well fenced and in good condition, can In
divided in two farms ol ISO and 7." acres each. Will be of
fered its such and as a whole.
Parties wishing to look the premises over can make
arrangements with .JACKSON UKAMS, Cambier, or
HIRAM KTlv'lCKUU, Howard, Ohio.
SALE TO COMMENCE AT 1:00 O'CLOCK
TKUAIK- One-third down, one-third in one ear, and
one-third in two vears, secured by mortgage on the farm.
HEIRS OF ALEXANDER REAMS.
Stop in and state your wants or 'phone us.
THIS SCHEDULE APPLIES ONLY TO DELIVERED ORDERS
Any amount of feed may be pu chased at mill door.
EFFECTIVE JANUfARY 2, 1018
A Charge of $.15 Will Be Made for Delivery on all Orders Under $5.
The following feeds sold only In 100 lb. hags:
Bran J 1.79 per 100 lbs.
Middlings J 2.24 per 100 lbs.
Corn Hearts 3.15 per 100 lbs.
OH Meal 3.35 per 100 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal :. 3.15 per 100 lbs.
Tankage 5.15 pr 100 lbs.
Gluten Feed 3.15 per 100 lbs.
Dairy Feed, Purina 3.05 per 100 lbs.
I Dairy Feed, Larro 3,15 per 100 lbs.
Dairy Feed, Hart's Special 3.15 per 100 lbs.
Dairy Feed, Lake Shore 2.70 per 100 lbs.
Dairy Feed, Faramel 3.65 per 100" lbs.
Horse Feed, Hart's 3.50 per 100 lbs.
Horse Feed, Unus 3.45 per 100 lbs.
The following feeds sold In amounts of not less than $1:
Alfalfa Meal 2.65 per 100 lbs.
Chop 2-90 Per 100 lbs.
Cracked Corn 4.45 per 100 lbs.
Unbolted Meal 4.45 per 100 lbs.
Sratch Feed, Equality 4.35 per 100 lbs.
Scratch Feed, Special 4.30 per 100 lbs.
Growing Feed 3.30 per 103 lbs.
Chicken Chowder 4.50 per 100 lbs.
'Shelled Corn 2.23 per bushel
Ear Corn 1.43 per bushel
Rye 2-00 Per bushel
The following feeds sold in la rge and small quantities:
BceUcraps 05 per pound
Poultry Bone ;...'. 05 per pound
Charcoal ' 3 Per pound
Oyster Shells ." 01 per pound
Chicken Grit 01 per pound
Rock Salt 01 per pound
The following feeds sold only as specified:
Oats (per bushel) $.83 per bushel
Salt (per barrel) 2.25 per barrel
Hay (per bale) 1.50 per 100 lbs.
Straw (per bale) 70 per 100 lbs.
Ryde's Calf Meal (per 25 lb. sack) 1.25
Sal-Vet (15 lb. keg) L25
Sal-Vet (40 lb. keg) 2.50
Sal-Vet (100 lb. keg) 5.50
Lay or Bust Dry Mash (20 lb. sack 80
Lay or Bust Dry Mash (40 lb. sack 1 1.60
Lay or Bust Dry Mash (100 lb. sack 3.90
We give FREE an "Over-all" Feeder with every 100 lb.
bag of Lay or Bust Dry Mash or Growing Feed.
Northwestern Elevator &
6fi BOTH 'PHONES 66
To Get Rid of Anything You Have Use
a Banner Classified Ad. It Pays
MR, AUTO OWNER
Tire Prices Advanced January 1, 1918
Wo, The Mt. Vornon United Tire Co., the largest dealers in Factory Blemished and Seconds in Central Ohio, are opening a branch Store at
"U" Corner of High and Mulberry Streets, Mt. Vernon, Ohio
TTRTtfW frth sto're , Ohio making our buying powe r unlimited. We arc going to give Knox and adjoining counties -ea. tire bargains in standard makes, ..h , Ke.ly XTJUThc Z
Springfield, Peerless, Pilaris Packard, McClurg. Congress, Pullman and MoGraw. It Is our desire to sell the best that money can b.,y w s ' se" 'Vn y d 0 M And Just think, every tire a fl
..,,. n,ri.,i ahout 200 of the famous Vlctor-Sprlnafleld tires, which are known the world over as one of the best tl res manufactured today. Yes, you will say, how can you do at Ana just
Compare these prices with any other makes of tires, come In and get your size while they last. DON'T DELAY DO IT NOW.
To any out-of-town users who cannot come In, we will pay postage or express to any point In first zone. We solicit mall orders and will give them prompt attention
'Inference: Any Express company, or bank in Mt. Vernon.
The owner of these stores formerly resided In Mt. Vornon.
The management of this store will be under Mr. H. D. Falrchllds, a resident of this city. .
On account of delayed shipment it will be a few weeks before our line of Auto supplies will be complete. " ""
Gasoline and Oils at the curb, as soon as the weather man thaws out.
vn m n n,id tires at this time, but It will nay you well to buy them. Lay them away until you need
WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T FAIL TO COME IN, OR MAIL US YOUR OHDCR FOR AT
These prices less
than you coul'cl pur
chase tires a year
ago and these pric
es are for this open
ing only: 8
The Mt. Vernon United Tire Co.
Swlnehart, Qeneral, V- c 0
have secured for our op- 2 v
a first and guaranteed. g o
$ " O
a g "
- 3 - i?
CO O Q. "-
30x3 $11.70 $2.30
30x3!2 $15.25 $2.70
31x31.. $16.10 $2.70
32x3'2 $17.90 $2.95
31x4 $23.40 $3.25
32x4 $23.80 $3.55
' 33x4 $24.90 $3.60
34x4 $25.50 $3.70
35x4 $29.00 $3.80
36x4 $29.90 $3.SQ
33x4" -y $33.30 $3.90
34x4' - $34.45 $4.75
35x41.2 $35.75 $5.00
36x41 - $36.50 $5.10
win' 'PliYmP 117 35x5 " $41,0 $5,2
sens ruoneoij 37x5 $43.45 $6.00
17 West High Street.