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IN SUIT FILED
Oregon Fike Brings Action
Against William M.iKoons
IN DIVORCE DECREE
Case Is Appealed From. Jus
tice Court Wherein The
City Of Mt Vernort
Jroe-nn PlUn mlmlnlatvntA rsf
Charlea Hawn, has commenced suit
" In the commdn. pleaa court of Knox
county against William M. Koons, El
la R;-KoOns nndJohn Hawn.
The plaintiff claims there Is due the
Hawn estate the sum of $1,400 based
on a .promissory note.. The plaintiff
aska for the foreclosure of mortgage
on a farm In Pleasant township.
Prank, O. fevering Is the attorney
for the plaintiff. .
In the case of Wlnford M. Preston
vs. Yay Preston, a motion has, been
filed In the court of commonpleas by
the defendant in which sheasks for
an' order directing the court to modify
a former decree In the case. She al
leges that certain facts were no
heard by the court in granting the de-.
creo of- divorce. She alleges that the
minor child Is not in a suitable home
and, alleges that the plaintiff is about
to remove the child from the state.
She further claims that the guardian
Is attempting to poison the mind of
tho child. B. E. Sapp is the attorney
for tho plaintiff.
Iu the case of W. W. Young vs. Tho
City, of Jit. Vernon, an appeal has.
been filed in tho common pleas court
of Knox county from the court of
Magistrate George S. Harter. The:
plaintiff claims the sum of $39.25 for?
locating a, sewer mi West High atr,et(
Ho clafma thatjthe.cUy. refuse topay.
the biir and therefore; asks; fo a Judg
ment ln",the above amount. B E. Sap'pv
is the attorney for. the plaintiff.
Sale Bills Piled
Oregon Pike, executor of Hettie
Hawn, Louise Hawn, and Charlea
Hawn, has filed three salB' bills-in-the1
probate court of Knox county. In- the'
Hettie Hawn estate the sum. of $587.
74 was. realized from the Louis,
Hawn' estate the sum. of $587.74 and1
from" the Charles Hawn- estate the'
sum of $209.70.
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In tho caso of Paul M. Auhbaugh,
administrator of James Penhorwood,
11919 Chevrolet Roadster.
11919 Chevrolet Touring.
11919 Ford Touring,
11918 Ford Touring.
1-1918 Overland Touring..
2 Iiarge Overland Touring.
2 Olds 8 Touring.
Above cars' all in good condition'.
vs. Znck Ponhorwoo'd," waivefn hatfo
been filed lii tho probata court of
John. Franklin Bnlliott, farmor, Mil
Vernon, and Elizabeth Itnymondi
houaekoper, Mt, Vernon. Hev, 8. Jt
Real' Estate .transfers
James h. Snyder" to James M. Sny
der, parcel In--Millwood, '$!.'"
Fred W. Kahrl to The Knox Tiro
& Rubber Company, pnrcol In Clinton,
F'rarik Lee to Lowla Dial', parcel In
Mt. Vernon, $1.
Common Pleas Court
The" following matters were dispos
ed of by Judge Blair in the commori
pleas court of Knox county on Wed
nesday: Emma Church-vs. Hattle J. Wlngler;
final distribution ordered.
Modest Raymond vs. Elizabeth Ray
mond, guardian ad litem appointed.
Charles P. Edmlster vs. W. Q. Mor
row, W. E. Grant appointed receiver.
Bond $3,000. Appraisers Walter S.
Sapp, Ray Lafevev and Eugene Cor
nell; " i
' The ribbona for the hat decorations
of all thdso who 'are going from Mt!
Vernon to the Dayton notification' on
Saturday, August, 7, arrived today and
it is the desire of the committee, pro
moting the trip, that each man going
should send his name to Mr. B. O.
Evans, president of tho Cox-Roosevelt
Clul'i, so that each will bo properly
taken care of beforo the start of the
Most of the Democrats will motor
,to Dayton from here, and tho party Is
planning to have a great time. :' A
large number will go. , '
OUT OF THE CITY
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Two automobile's, bearing, a lt≥
crowd; of gypsies arrived in' the' cityl
yesterday afternoon and it was only a.
short tlmo' before they were begging,
on the' streets. It Is reported that one'
man was robbed of. $2.
Chief Packer and Patrolman French
Boon appeared on the- scene and or-
deredthe gypsies out the city. ""
About- One hundred local colored
"people went to Buckeye Lake today to'
attend tho reunion of the colored B.
P. O. E.
& Morton ;
COUNTY FAIR AUGUST
. OF THE COX CLUB
Session Goes Over Until Aug.
I 24, On Account Qf The
On account of next Tuesday, Aug
10, being the date of the primary elec
tion, the regular meeting of the Cox
Roosevelt club has been postponed1
until Tuesday evening, August 24
The regular meeting was scheduled'
for next Tuesday evening.
Oft the evening, of August 24, an el
aborate" program wllf bo carried out
and a prominent speaker will bo pres
ent. The committee Is now at work
on tho program and details, will bo
GOLDIE BOUND OVER
TO THE GRAND JURY
Goldie Weekly pleaded guilty to a
charge of adultery, when, arraignedjie
fore 'Squire' HaYter-this mornhfa.- She
Was bound: over' to", the' grand jury anrfi
Ini default of- bond in' the sum of $200
was Borii back ia the county jo.ll.
Russelli Boner',- wifb,' whom tho w&
man was alleged to' have been living,
will be' arraigned'1 oni similar, charge
ArJOfHErY CAT KILLED
Chief ot Police Parker killed an
other cat-thia morning,- showing signs
of- rabies. The officials believe anoth
er, epidemic of rubles may develop In
in tlie niglii Tile mtlob'iaplcr of iU, f atlier's and5
'mothers eyes,- pei'haps an only child, as children will, has- ;
been taken ill in the night.
The little one's parents picked out a f ami on a: lonely
road, miles from a' doctor, and. miles from a' village, as their. '.
residence. ' '
. The baby continues to cry. Its. parents realize thereby
is something' radically wrong with their babe. Their first
.thought is to get a doctor. Their next a telephone.
By the use of the tqlephone the" country doctor is hasti-
ly summoned, and, he; through the use of that other great ;
invention the' automobile is soon at the bedside on the
lonely country road.
v There are moments of tense silence as the honest old. '
doctor makes his hasty examination! "Ifcisi good that I
"could come so promptly," he says, simply. Had not this
father and mother been able to summon their friend, the
family doctor, so hastily their babe would! have died
would have been lost to them forever.- As it is, help came
on the wings of electricity and' of gasoline the babe was" - v
spared to themi ' ',''
But had this loving father and mother, through a (
sense of false economy or for any other reason failed to in
stall a telephone; had not the never-sleeping central ans- I
Avered the call; had not the linemen been on, the job daily
to keep the lines in repair. Then it would have been a dif-r
ferent story. There would haxe. been.no hasty telephone r
call, no 'hurried trip of the" doctor, no tears of gladness iu
the parents'' eyes there would have been no baby's kiss
es; no tiny amis clinging lovingly to father's, to mother's',
THE1&T: VERNOtf TELEPHONE COMPANY,,
1 42 PRISONERS IN
CtoJRTY JAIL DURING
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30
Sheriff Walter Mosholder
'Complete His Animal
Shorlff Walter B. Monlioldcr has
completed his antml report of tho
Knox county Jail. for tho year ending
Jnno 30, 020.
Tho 'report shpwa Hint during tho
year 142 prisoners were confined in
jail. Of this number 130 wore males
and 0 females. Of this number 97
were born, .In Ohio, ,38 in other states
and 7 wero, foreign? born.
Charged with felonies 30, misde
meanors 98, violating ordinances 14
first offense 3f, second offense or
moret. 111. Able to read and wrlto
133, unable to read'atul write 9.
Thero were 20 insane patients re
ceived during the ye,a,r. Three wero
sent to tho penitentiary, whilo o serv
ed' jull fleiftefio'es. Number dfo'd in
Jail 1, while none escaped.
Boar.d allowed for maintenance' of
prisoners was $884.25f The price' nl
Howedt the sherlnMoir 'maintenance of
prisoners was 74 cents per day.
Thorepoff- sHfovJif'flie' condition! of
the jail to be good.-
ift. Daio Wilcox- of- Mansfield, 6.,
Is- Visiting her mother, Mrs.- Sarah
Miss Arrlll'a Purdy of Daltoh spent
Sunday with Miss Martha Parsons.
Miss. Elizabeth, Spergeon, entertain
ed the Live Wire Class at her home.
The evening- wasJipenlInjmulBlc aAd
Ea!mes. A delicious lunch was served.
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The Baby Cries
Frank L. Beam, President.
Mrs. Hoop, aged S4, died Tuesday
at thU homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Mra- Clifford Fnndrlck Is spondlnj;
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Georg'i lloblson of Olepmont.
Tho W. (J. T. U. meet at tho homo
of Mrs Thomas Wlndslow Tuesday
ovonlng after the meeting Ice cream
jand cako wero served.
Mr. iienry sapp Who has been sick
Is betted again.
Miss Beatrice McQuIro of Qleri-
imont and Mr. Howard Shackel were
married at MlllersDUfR last week.
Mrflj Wm. Cross and son were busi
ness callers at Danville Monday.
Miss Avis Nolderhouser of Steuben
Vllle, Is here visiting-. Miss Neidor
houser will teach at Mansfield this
Mi. Harold Mowery Is painting the
W(. E. church.
The Feridrick reunion will be held
at Odell's Lake tho last Saturday In
this month. All relatives and friends
are Invited to come.
The city board of education has
awarded a contract to the Super
Heating company of Mt. Vernon for
the construction of an entire ni;w
heating plant at the Davis building
and for extensive repairs at the Third
ward building; also repairs at the
Fourth ward building. '
Work on the new plant and the re
pairs will be started at once by 'the
j TOLEDO Toledo will vote on Aug
ust iu on owning its car system.
RniUTRAHT I FT FRR
24, 25, 26, and 27,1920
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in tieo for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
0 and has been made under his per-
r7 sj?fl-f-JL- 80nal supervision since its infancy.
S-zZ-eUcAtA)6 AUow no one to deceive you in- this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" afe but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infanta and Children- Experience, against . Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and, natural Bleep.
She Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
yBears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE CINTWK COMiHy,rtVO 7ITY.
Either call and have me make you a good
suit of Olothes now, or let me get you a
Suit Pattern and you lay it aside for next
year. Good cloth will be high in price and
hard to get. Call and see me at once.
JOHN R. DOELFS, Practical Tailor
Curtis House Block Mt. Vernon, Ohio
""" These prices for city trade only.
Union Grains . 4.30 per 00 lbs.-
Victory Dairy Feed 4.10 per 100 lb.
Cotton Seed Meal, 36 4.35 per 100. lbs. '
Oil Meal .' 4.10 per 100 lbs..
Badger Hominy Meal ..;. , 4.25 per 100 lbs.
Purina Pig Chow 3.50 per 100 lbs.
Tankage, 60 6.85 per 100 lbs.
Faramel Horse Feed : 4.85 per 100. lbs.
Hart's Horse Feed 4.75 par 100 lbs.
Glos-Koat Rabbit Feed" .-...- 4.00 per 100 lbs.
Ryder's Calf Mea ...: 1.40 (25 lbs.) .
Gro-Fa'st Calf Meal ....-,..; 2-25 (60 lbs.)
Alfalfa Meal I.?.v.. 3.15 per 100 lbs.
Screened Scratch" Feed !.?.. ......... 5.00 per 100 lbs.
Wheat .... .....' 2.40 per bushel
Shelled Corn , 2.03 per bushel
Ear Corn .- 2.03 per bushel
Oats '.'. 1.13 per bushel
Cracked Corn ..; 3.90 per 100 lbs.
Unbolted Corn Meal 3.90 per 100 lbs..
Chop 1 4.30 per 100 lbs.
.Egg Mash :....". 4.50 per 100 lbs.
Intermediate Chick Feed .....' .05! per lb.; 5.00 per 100 lbs.
Start.Rlght Chick Feed v...04?4 per lb; 4.60 per 100 lbs.
Growing Feed 5.00 per 100 lbs.
Lay or Bust Dry Mash, 25 lb. sack 1.30; 100 lbs 5.00
Bone and. Meat Meal .' 06J4 per lb.
Poultry Bone '. OS per pound
Oyster Shells , 01 per bushel
Chicken Grit .... 01'.- per lb.
Charcoal .042 per lb.
Salt ,..-'. 3.25 per bb(.
Hay ..' ......... 2.00 per'100 lbs;
8al-Tonlk ..- ,' 3.75 pr 60 lbs.
Sal-Vet (15 lb. keg) r1..' 1.50
Sal-Vet (40 lb. keg)....i , f 3.00
Sal-Vet (100 lb. keg)'...! , 6.75
The Northwestern Elevatpr & Mill Co.
Terms Cash Telephones1 1166 and 66
Stop in and state your wants or tele'
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
Bran . 3.10 per 100 lbs.
Middlings -.. 3.20 pep 100 lbs.
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