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Clerk Of Courts Taylor No
Longer Required To
135 PERMITS ARE
ISSUED IN COUNTY
Alimony Suit Is Filed In The
Court Of Common Pleas
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OFFICER GOES AFTER
KNOX COUNTY ROADS
Explosive licenses aro no longer re
quired by tho United States, govern
ment as the order was rescinded Juno
- Clerk of Courts O. 0. Taylor statos
that 135 licenses wore lssuedvln Knox
county during the timo the govorn
mont ordor was in effect.
Tho, clerk of courts was busy on
Thursday finishing his report to be
sent to the United States govern
ment. Alimony 8ult
Hattie E. Lathcrnk has commenced
an alimony suit In' the court of com
mon pleas of Knox county against
Clarence Latherns. The plaintiff
states thoy were married Sept. 2,
1918. Sho asks for alimony in a rea
sonable sum. Attorhoy for the plain
tiff is William M. Koo'ns.
The Schnebly Will
The last will and tcstamont of Mary
T. Schncblyj late of Mt. Vernon, was
filed in probate Thursday. By the
"terms of tho will, the testatrix gives
to her brothers and sisters, namely:.
John K. Schnebly, George It. Schneb
ly, ISlIazboth E. Sniith, h. Jcanetto
Fry and Anna L. Close, tho sum of
$500 each. Bequests of jewelry and
' personal property are made to nieces.
All the residue of tho estate, both real
and personal, goes to tho brothers
and sisters, whose names aro men
tioned above. Charles H. Schnebly
is, named as the executor. The will
was signed November 10, 1917, In the
presence of William A. Hosack and
B. E. Charlton. ,
The Campbell Will
In the probato court on . Thursday,
thV last will and tostamentnPf Claris
sa A. Campbell, lato of Mlddlobury
township, was filed. By tho torms ot
the will, tho testatrix gives Jo her
niece, Eva D. Hlggins, hor entire es
tate, Tioth real and personal. Tho
njeco is named as executrix, no bond
being rcquirod. Tho will was signed
August 20, 19uJ, in tho prcsonco of S.
E. Ackerman and I B. Ackerman.
Account Is Filed
Emma It. Lewis, administratrix of
J. B. Lewis, has filed her first and fin
al account In probato, which shows
the following: Received $114.47,
paid out the same amount.
It. W. Colvillo has been appointed
adminstratrlx of Ellon P. Day in tho
probato court of Khox county. Bond
$10,000, with Fred W. Kahrl and Wil
liam A. Ackerman as surotles. Tho
appraisers are Fred W. Kahrl, A. P.
i Stauffer nfnd Ira Haggerty.
Real Estate Transfers
Sarah Ilightmiro to Lydia McNnbb,
29 acres in Union, $1.
. W- D- Mosholdor, shorlff, to Emma
Lewis. 30 'acros in Mlddlebury, $2700.
' -James Israel to Agnes Sobach, lot
In city $150.
Tho following' Knox county soldiers
filed their discharge papers for rec
ord in tho office of the county record
er on Thursday: Harry Lltzenburg
and Harry F. Craig.
Deputy Sheriff Lytle Warns
Five Drivers Last Night
To Stop Speeding
Deputy Shoriff Lytic is already
busy enforcing tho now law regard
ing! automolMlo spc'cdlng Pon tho
public highways of a county.
On Wcdnosday night tho deputy
sheriff stopped no loss than five dif
ferent persons on tho Nowark and
Oranvlllo roads, south of tho city, and
notified them thoy were violating tho
now state law by driving their auto
mobiles nt a dangerous rato of speed.
Deputy Sheriff Lytle took tho names
of the drivers and tho llccnso num
bers, gave tho men a warning and
told thorn thoy would be arrested it
thoy persisted in driving at a rapid
rato of speed over tho Knox county
Deputy Sheriff Lytic stated that
(four kicrsons driving machines re
fused to stop their machines Wed
nesday jilght, but that ho obtained
tho license numbers and that arrests
would likely follow.
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i TlUff THE BANNCTf
Heavy Storm Passes Over the
City, But No Serious
POULTRY AT THE FAIR
Knox County Association Is
Arranging To Have Fine
Exibit This Year
Tho Knox County Poultry and Pot
Stock association is planning to make
as flno an oxhlblt at tho county fair
as is possible. Tho fair association
has secured tho services of E. T. Jac
obs, manager of tho Hartman Poultry
farm, of Columbus, 0., who Is a li
censed judgo of many years' experi
ence, and tho amount of interest
shown by poultry and rabbit breeders
cpeakpnvell for tho fair Bhow.
A meeting to further the project
has beon called for 8 p. m. Friday at
tho Chamber of Commerce at which
a largo attendance is expected. 4
A largo bolt of lightning Wednes
day night struck in tho west end of
tho city, frightening many of tho
residents ot that soctlon, but doing no
damage. The crash came about 11:30
o'clock, during tho terrific electrical
and rain storm.
According to an official of the Cen
tral Power Co., tho lightning damaged
an Insulator, which was qulvkly repaired.
AT KEW FACTORY
However, Chamber of Com
merce Has Nothing To Do
With This Matter
Many persons have boon applying
nt tho local Chamber of Commerce for
positions with tho rubber tire coin
pany which will build a factory hero.
Mr. Lcroy G. Mayer, secretary of
tho Chamber of Commerce, states
that the local organization will not
havo anything to do with the hiring
ot men for tho factory and that It will
be a considerable time before thero
is any work for applicants.
THE VJHE TOMORROW
If you had niilllons of dollarn and
occupied a .high social station, would
you tiro of It nil and return to tho
slmplo life? Would your weariness
compel you to don gypsy garb and
llvo in a caravan-like a nomad of tho
desert? 4 f
Thoso questions nro answorcd by
tho hcrolno 'In "Urfdcr tho Greenwood
Troo," Elslo Ferguson's new Arlcraft
picture which will be shown at tho
Vino theatre next Friday.
Miss Ferguson has a, delightful rolo
In this captlvatljijj photoplay. Sho
Is seen as Mary Hamlltpn, a rleh
young woman living In England, who
tires of tho fripperies of fashion, and
vanities ot society anu longs for tho
slmplo life. So sho buys a gypsy's car
avan and with a woman associate sho
goes into the woods and finds com
plete hnpplness in forcettlne the tin.
Ltles enforced upon her by hoclety.
uui niary nnus jnerc is a void In
her heart until she. meets tho man
sent by fate to be her mato. Jaea
Hutton Is n clever chap and ho Is In
every sense an Idea man. Thu road
to lovo Is opened to both and It Is no
wonder that Cupid's darts flow thick
and .fasts onco they walk It hand in
hand. They havo,somo delightful ad
ventures and all ends happily. Miss
Ferguson's leading; man Is Eugene
rrr r,-t? Ajn
KNOX COUNTY DAY
Many Persons From City And
County Make Trip To
A8K YOUR NEIGHBOR
It has been said that there Is now
hardly a city, town or village in this
country wherein some woman does
not reside who has found health in
that good, old-fashioned romedy,
Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com
pound. Therefore, If you aro suffer
ing from somo ailment, and hardly
know what to do for it, and havo
tried other romedles without help,
ask your neighbor If sho has over
used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable,
Compound. If sho hersoll has nover
had the need of It, undoubtedly bIio
knows others who were just In your
condition and who havo beon restored
to health by its use.
The Joy of Llvinfl
Tn enlov life wo must have good
.health. No one can reasonably hope
to get much real pleasure out of life
when his bowels are clogged a good
share of the time and tho poisons
that should bo cxpellod aro nbsorbed
Into the system, producing headache
and Indigestion. A few doses of
Chamborlaln's Tablets will move the
bowels, strengthen tho digestion and
givo you a chanco to realizo tho real
Joy of living. Try it.
LEGAL NOTICE' "
Dolbort O. Hutchen ( whoso address
Is unknown, will take notlco thut on
tho 2nd day of July, 1919, Mary H.
Hutchen fllod her petition in tho court
ot common pleas for Knox county,
Ohio being cause number 1076C pray
ing for a divoice on tho grounds of
gross neglect of duty and tho same
will be for hearing after August 14th,
Ct B. E. SAPP,'
This 'ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism or tho muscles. All that
Is. needed is absolute rest and a fow
applications ot Chamberlain's Lini
ment, Try it.
HALF HOLIDAY IS
Today, was tho first Thursday or
the observance of tho half-day holi
day by tho business and professional
men of the city..
Almost every storo on Main stret
closed at noon today. Tho offices of
the court house also closed at noon.
The Thursday afternoon holiday
will be observed during the months of
July nnd August.
2:00 drama; 3:15
'comedy and fin
ish with drama;
2:00 drama; 3:15
and finish with
2 to 11
TWO GREAT SPECIAL EXTRAORDIN-
ARY FEATURES IN ONE DAY1
FIRST GREAT FEATURE:
MARGUERITE CLARK in
"LITTLE MISS HOOVER"
Somo comedy-drama!!! Margucrlto
Clark will show how a pen of a Leghorn
Chicken helped to win tho war.
Second Addod Spsclal Attraction:
in his latest Scroamlng Farco Comedy
ELSIE FERGUSON in
"UNDER THE GREENWOOD
A lively forrsct, a beautiful society girl,
Gipsies, everything happens in "Under tho
Added attraction: Second day of
FATTY ARBUCKLE In "LOVE."
BESSIE EYTON in
"THE WAY OF MAN AND
. A MAID" '
Hero Is a Great Feature! A Slmplo Story,
but Human. A young clerk working for
twonty-ono dollars a wcok. Plonty of clean
comedy. You will love tho characters, you
will love the story. Don't miss It. Added
attiuctlon: A DIG V FARCE COMEDY.
It Is estimated that nearly 500 per
sons attended the Methodist ccnten
ary nt Columbus Thursday, which was
specially set apart as Knox County
Day. Visitors were present from all
sections of the county, a large num
ber going to Columbus by train, while
many made tho trip by automobile.
Special attractions were provided at
the centenary Thursday for tho" enter
tainment of the Knox county visitors.
These tablets are intended espec
ially for stomach troubles, bilious
ness and constipation. If you have
anyiroubles of this sort, give them
a trial and realize for yourself what
a first class medicine will do for you.
"hey only cost a quarter.
Big Special Production
MARGARET MARSH &
"The Eternal Magdalene"
Itascd on a I homo that touches almost every man, woman and child
in tho world. VA btory of your town and mine. A picturlatlon of the
WORLD as It IS, as it always has been, ns It always WILL be. Play
ing at advance'd'prifces In all cities. NO ADVANCE HERE.
SHOWS 2J00, U.-15, 7:00, 8:15 and 9:30.
PEARL WHITE In 9th episode of "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER."
LEAH BAIRD n last episode of "WOLVES OF KULTUR"
h HB I
Stop in and state your wants or 'phone at.
,( Thjl&e.prices for city trade only.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE UNE OF SWIFT'S FERTILIZERS
Middling! $3.00 per 100 lbs.
Bran '. 2.50 per 100 lbs.
Cotton 8eed Meal. 36 3.50 per 100 lbs.
Oil Meal i'.L.rJ 4.20 per 100 lbs.
Dairy Feed, ttart'a Special 3.10 per 100 lb.
Lake Shore Dajry Feed 2.70 per 100 lbs.
Union Gralnp 3.60 per 100 lbs.
Ground Barley, , 3.30 per 100 lbs.
Corn Hearts 3.60 per 100 lbs.
Tankage, 60'.' 5.50 per 100 lbs.
Purina Pig Chow 2.60 per 100 lbs.
Faramel Horse Feed (dry) 3.60 per 100 lbs.
Hart's Hone Feed .'.'., 3.20 per 100 lbs.
Unus Horse Feed .'"..". 3.50 per 100 lbs.
Screened 8cratch Feed 4.20 per 100 lbs.
Alfalfa Meal ' 2.80 per 100 lbs.
- Growing Feed 3.40 per 100 lbs.
Baby Buoter Chick Feed 3.60 per 100 lbs.
Corn and Oats Chop ,. 4.35 per 100 lbs.
Cracked Corn "3.70 per 100 lbs
Corn FeedMeaK?; 3.10 per 100 lbs.
8helled Corn V...J 1.88 per bushel
. Oats I.Wv.-i 83 per bushel
Gluten Feed .-.-.;-. 3.20 per 100 lbs.
Beefscraps 08 per pound
Poultry Bone' 06 per pound
Oyster Shell .".. .0154 per pound
Straw 60 per 100 lbs.
Ryde's Calf Meal (25 lb. bag) S1-2S
Grow-Fast Calf Meal (60 lb. bag) 2.10
8al-Vet (15 lb. keg) 1-&0
8al-Vet (40 lb. keg) 3.00
8al-Vet (100 lb. keg) 8.75
Sal-Tonlk . . , ". 3.75, pcr 50 lbs.
Lay or Bust Dry Mash ( 20 lb. lack ...' 9 -80
Lay or Bust Dry Mash ( 40 lb. sack 1.W
Lay or Bust Dry Mash '(100 lb. sack ..; 4-00
Chicken Grit ..." .",......... .01!2.per pound
Salt $2.50 per barrel
NORTHWESTERN ELEVATOR &
Telephones: 1166 & 66
The J. S. RingwaltCo.
Often the careful and fore-sighted
shopper a few money-saving spe
cials for Friday and Saturday.
Fancy Voile '
A variety of dainty, chic and altogether SaxiX
ing, flowered and figured voiles. It would pay
you to put away a few for next vear. Value 59d
FIRST FLOOR 39c PER YARD
A firm, durable weave, attractively patterned,
crochet bedspread. Hemmed ready for use.
FIRST FLOOR $1.98 EACH
Variously patterned, on light and dark colored.
grounds. 35c value.
FIRST FLOOR 28c PER YARD
Voil Dresses n
Styles that are attractive. Excellent material,
Decorations that are in the best possible taste.
AttraCive for afternoon and evening wear.
SECOND FLOOR 25 OFF
These arc all smart models, designed for this sea
son. Lay in a supply while ' they last. Value
$6.50 to $10.50.
SECOND FLOOR 25 OFF
Middies and Smocks
In many colors and designs. Serviceable and at
tractive. These will be picked up rapidly by good
buyers and neat dressers. An unusual offering.
SECOND FLOOR 50 OFF
'Extra quality rubber mats, 9 in. by 18 in., r
25c value. "
THIRD FLOOR 19c EACH
Made of the best Japanese matting firmly wov
en, with fine smooth surface, artistic in coloring
and design. Splendid for indoor or porch use.
Size 9 bv 11 ,8.
THIRD FLOOR $5.50 EACH
These enjoy an enviable position in the domain
of artistic house furnishing. If your home is not
as artistic as it might be, invest in these cretons.
FOURTH FLOOR 35c PER YARD
Curtain Marquesettes ,
Very attractive, in Avhite, ecru and ivory. A
special price for two days onlv.
FOURTH FLOOR 29c PER YARD
If you need, or anticipate the need
of any of tese items, now is your
opportunity to supply yourself,
not only for te present, hut for the
future as well.
Friday and Saturday Specials
7 he J. S. Ringwalt Co.
- J wSSSS'
THIS is just what you need, madam. Many
women who were troubled with indigestion, a
sallow, muddy skin, indicating , biliousness and
habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
by the use 'of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.
Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their
meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.
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