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. CLAIMED BY DEATH
Kmlly McConnoll, young datightor
ot Mr. (ind Mru. Fred McConnoll, for
merly of Mt Vernon, died ut her
homo In Clovclnnd nt 1:.10 o'clock
Tuesday nfternoon, tlio causo of hor
death being pneumonia.
Tho body will bo brought to this
city Thursday on tho 12:40 train
and taken to Mound Vlow comotery,
where short services will bo conduct
ed at tho grnvo by Hov. V. II.
Shields, pastor of thq Presbyterian
Mis. Nlnl Patterson ot tho Dowds
dry goods storo has gone to Chicago
for a two weeks post-graduato course
In tho Cossard school for corsotlorcs.
i COURT NEWS
There Is nothinn broadens a
man more or shows his true
character better than a sav
ings account in this strong
bank, growing ever stronger.
$1.00 will start an account if
you can't spare more.
James Israel, President.
B. D. Herron, Vice Pres.
H. S. Workman, Cashier.
Alleging Blander and defamation
of character, Mary J. Durlcux on
Tuesday morning commenced a flu,
000 suit for damages in tho common
ploas court of Knox county against
Tho plaintiff Btatos that on Oct, 15,
1919, she was tho wlfo of Joseph Bur
ioux and now Is tho rrlfa ot the said
Joseph Durlcux. She Alleges that on
tho abovo date the defendant is said
to havo said to one Iluby Oooscn that
"sho (meaning Mrs. Durleux) went to
bod with Moso Raymond for her
Tho plaintiff also alleges that tho
defendant said other worda of a de
famatory nature. Tho allegation Is
mado that tho defendant made the.se
statements In tho presenco of the
plaintiff's husband and an a result
tho marital relations havo becomo
very unpleasant and that great Injury
has been dono tho plaintiff. She
therefore asks for a judgment In the
sum of $10,000. D. E. Sapp repre
sents tho plaintiff. '
The White Will
Tho last will and testament of Mrs.
Mary Aj White, lata of Mt. Vernon,
has been filed in probate. By the
terms of tho will, tho tostatrix gives
to her husband, St. Clair White, all
her property, both real and personal.
At his death the property is to be di
vided equally among tho testatrix's
children, namely: Clarence B. White,
William H. White, Lyda Boner and
Charles U White. Charles B. White
and William H. White are named as
executors of tho will, which was sign
ed July 22, 191C, In the presence ot
L. A. Stream and Paul M. Ashbaugh.
Tho Knox county commissioners
wero In session today. No session
was hold Monday on account of tho
In tho case of W. W. Young vs
Cecil J. Horn, an appeal has boen
taken from tho court of Magistrate
3corgo S. Hartor of Clinton township
to tho common pleas court of Knox
bounty. Tho transcript was Died
Wednesday morning. In tho case, tho
plaintiff' obtained a judgment In tho
num of flOhiiO against tho defendant
In' tho' juflllco's court. Tho attorney
for plaintiff Is B. B. Sapp. The at
torney for tho defondant Is Lot C.
Samuel L. Hnyes has been appoint-
co-guardian 9! Ellen Jano Hayes, giv
ing bond In the sum of $400, with 1
L. Bennett and Kd Dcvor ns sureties.
Lester Homer Wolford, farmer, and
I.llllo Leony Tottcn, both of Mt. Ver
non. Jlev. A. D. Mink.
Harry flandlo Gardner, farmer,
Yedericktown, and Mabel Klrkpat
rick, North Liberty. Hov. J. A. Long.
Real Estate Transfers
Clara Pcbn to Samuel S. Reed, par
cel. In .Clinton, $1.
Anna M. Whte to Kcnyon D. K. K.
Alumni Association, parcel in Gam
bler, $1. '
A. J. Taylor to J. S. Elder, parcel
in Union, $1,000.
Mayor of Mt. Vernon to Charles
Smale,. cemetery lot, $30.
' Orltla'IIawk tpHa'ttle Hawk, par,
cel,,Ih Morris, $L ' .
Sherlhah Pylo io, James Israel, par
cel clty,t $1.
CAfrlo' Pylb to" James Israel, par
cel in city,1!. '
Paul' P. Pliarls, 'a returned soldier,
has" filod'hjsdlgctiarpo paper for rec
ord In iJiejQfrtco'.of tho-county record-
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Ca'a Still pn- ,
Tfie case of Leo'1 G. -Davis vs. James
ScotVls'Jstllt. bej.hjf tred In the .com
mon pleas court of Knox county. It
is 'possible that the case may go to
the jury late today.
Appointment .Made ,
FredW. Motu of DanvIHo has .been
appointe'd ' administrator w. w. a. of
Henry G. Mot?:, giving bond in the
sum .of, $8,000, with Clem, Horn and
Clinton M. nice as. sureties. Tho ap-
pralscrs are Arthur I'inkloy, Jubilee
rYasher and Walter Hlchert.
Will Admitted '
The last will and testament of
Mary Ii Foster hus been admitted to
In tho citato of Susan lioss, on
Inventory and appraisement has boon
filed in tho probato court of Knox
county, which shows a total of $25.10.
In tho estate of Wellington vs.
Wright, application has been mado In
probato court to record receipt.
Tho following accounts wero filed
In probate court Wednesday:
First and final of C. A. L. Huyes,
executor ot Harold Baxter, showing
tho sum of CC8.63 received and tho
samo sum paid out.
First and final of Lewis O. Walker,
executor of Mary J. Myers, showing
tho sum ot $14,870.75 received and
$8,726.10 paid out, leaving a balance
First partial of John C. Earlywlno,
guardian of Josephine Earlywino,
showing the sum of $GU,G2 received
and $349.96 paid out, leaving 'a bal
ance of $246.66.
First partial of John C. Earlywlno,
guardian of Eliza Hocy, showing the
sum of $527.17 received and $114.G8
paid out, loavlng a balance of $412.49.
First and final of W. S. Bowley, ex
ecutor of O. G.1 Itowley, showing tho
sum ot $1,769.44 received and the
samo sum paid out.
Second partial of John and Orllla
Hawk, executor ot Jacob Hawk,
showing the sum of $4,704T84 received
and $197.50 paid out, leaving a bal
ance of $4,507.34 due tho. estate.
- First partial of Myrta Chrlsman,
guardian of Stella Miles, showing the
sum ot $215.49 received and $19.35
paid out, leaving a balance of $195.14.
Henry W. Clark has been appoint
ed administrator of Sarah C. Clark,
giving bond In tho sum of $10,000,
with Hattle F. Shultz and J. B. Clark
:js sureties. The appraisers are It.
A. Greer, W. E. Tlsscrand and II. N.
To Transfer Bonds
Charlos It. Lecdy has mado appli
cation In probato court to transfer
bonds. The samo has been granted
by tho court.
Maurice B, Frlbley has been ap
pointed administrator of Arthur II,
Cornell by the probato court of Knox
county. Bond $500, with Helen F.
Cornell and S. G. Dowds as sureties.
John L. Woodruff, teamster, Ccn
terburg, and Lizzie Benson, Howard.
IteV. J. A. Long.
Order of Sale
In the case of B. II. Chrislman vs.
Bert Ilusscll, an order of salo has
been allowed by the common pleas
court of Knox county.
Mr. John Lloyd was a business vis
itor In Columbus Tuesday.
Mrs. Port Hulso and daughter.
Edith, spent one day last week with
her mother, Mrs. David Jackson.
Melvin Kelglcr and family arc
slowly Improving from tho flu.
Mrs. Dora Bnrr Is caring for her
iron, Harley Barr, who has tho flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Squires and
two children and Mr. and Mrs. Eu
geno lironson ot Mt. Liberty and Mr.
Avery Cllno nnd son, Floyd, of Bran
don, spent Sunday with Melvin Zelg
ler nnd family.
Mr. Gcorgo Blaln nnd family ot
Pendleton are going to move on tho
Herbert Phillips farm.
MRS. MARY E. CLARK
DIES IN GAMBIER
I will sell 10 brood bows, to farrow
soon, at Arthtr Morton's salo, Wed
nesday, March 3. I. S. Johnson.
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Syrian garnets aro the most es
teemed ot the varieties of these
Mrs. Mary E. Clark, aged 73 yean,
widow of tho latb George Clnrlt, tiled
at 3:45 o'clock Tuesday nfternoon nt
her homo In Gambler of dlsonsos In
cident to advanced ago.
Sho leaves ono son, Albert It.
Holtz, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah
Foster of Sholby and Mrs. Ucljccea
Brotllno ot Edon.
Funeral services nt 10 o'clock
Thursday morning at tho Hols resi
dence in Gambler. Burial In Shelby
For Infants and Children,
In Use For Ovar 30 Years
The Ward -Cox C
Meet us face to lace.
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! $ vN& 9 South Main Street
The New firm who recently purbhqied the Bird Bros. Hardware Store most cordially invite the people of
', . ' ' ' ; Knox county to visit their store on
Monday, March 1st, 1920
All Day and Evening
Messrs. C. A. and D. K. Bh'd, proprietors of this, stand for 35 years, attained the enviable reputation of handling the best line of
goods on the market and of giving their custo mers the. very best value for their money.
Messrs. Geo. B. Kelly and Harry O. Mitchell, the nCw proprietors, who were born and raised in Knox county, havo secured the
services of Mr. Eoy Edmister of several years experience in the hardware business, and Mr. Russell Tinkey, formerly of the F. L. Ben
nett hardware store of this city. It is the intention of this new firm to maintain the same high standard in quality of merchandise aild
to render prompt service and courteous tre'at ment at' all times! We will be pleased to have the opportunity of supplying your neads.
We have taken the agency for the Crys tal Electric Washing Machine,- as illustrated at the right. '.
After a thorough investigation, from a mechanical standjoint, we honestly believe this to be the most practical machine on the
market. Simple in operation, minimum number, of working parlis, maximum capacity, eco nomical, and absolutely safe.
On Monday, March 1st, all day, we will have an expert demonstration of this machine.
There is no reason why one of these lab or saving devipes should not be in every home in this community. The easy payment
terms are within the reach of all. Why not co me in and let us explain them. You are under no obligation, whether you buy or not.
jee euso our oiove juiuc ui uui umci r
r . .. Vo also wisli to call your utteutiou to our i;e. "M
ircucLrLiiieiiL' (i ! j- unco.
Reznor for the, house;
Reznor for the' garage;
Packer's "Duo Bunson" (Vj, or. pressure stove);
, Moore's Air Tight;
Marlon Oak; - x
and others. '
Combination Gas and Coal Heaters-
Ranges Gas; Gas, Coal and Wood Combination;
Coal and Wood Combination;
Wo also wish to call your utteutiou to our
full line of
Paints, Varnishes and Stains
For The House
Inside Paint, Stain and Varnish;
Melatone Flat paint for the walls;
Melo-Glois Gloss paint for bathroom and kitchen.
Paints for Various Purposes
Automobile and Carriage Paint and Varnish
Stains, Wagon Paint.
"I've Freed Myself Of
Old-Time Wash-Day Grind"
AND you, too, can bring a little sunshine into your house on "Blue Mon
JLX day" escape the drudgery of wash-day with the Crystal Electric
Let the Crystal shoulder the burden.
It will do your washing more quickly more cheaply than any laundry
Washing even the finest, delicate linens without the slightest injury the
Crystal makes certain the sanitary cleansing of all clothes. Let U3 demon
strate exactly what the Crystal will do for your home.
Let us tell you how the Crystal removes the dirt without resort to the com
plicated and unnecessary mechanical appliances that are so evident in other
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The Crystal Swinging Wringer'
Farm and Garden Tools;
Roofing Paper and Composition Shingles;
Machinists and Carpenters' Tools;
Kitchen Supplies, etc.
REMEMBER THE DATE, MONDAY, MARCH 1
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tre wranc S7 I nniewtterln. XCT 1 ibe blulnz I IB
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