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Court Of Appeals Begins Oc
tober Term Here Prompt
ly At 1 t M.
SEVERAL CASES ON
Question Of Custody Of Chil
dren Fixed By Judge
Tho October term of tbo court of
appeals of Kndx bounty pohvened
shortly titter 1 o'clock Monday after
noon at tho cdurthouso wlt'i .Judgs Ii.
55. .Shields of Canton, Judge N. Pat
terson of Ashlaritl and Judge Louis T.
Fnrr of Lisbon occupying the boiich.
Judge Lewis n. Houck of this city
was excused from nlttliig on tho
bench Uurlng tho hearing of tho first
six enses on the assignment. It la
expected that Judge llouck will talrb
Judgo Farr's plnce on the bench some
Tho first case of the assignment for
hearing Monday was Frahk O. lever
ing vs. the Edison Storage Battery Co.
It is expected that tho court of ap
peals will be In session through Wed
Answer Is Filed
In the case of Fred Kappelear vs.
tho Mt. Vernon Foundry & Engineer
ing Co. an answer was filed In the
Knox county common pleaH cotnt on
Monday. Tho defendant denies all
the allegations in the plaintiff's peti
tion. Frank O. Ltivring is the attor
ney for tho defendant. i
Burton It. Schlesslnger, charged
with non-support of minor child, was
arraigned before Judge Blair in com-
mon pleas court on Saturday. He en-
TO HOLDERS OP
All notes of the Victory
(Fifth) Liberty Loan which U
have tho letters A, B, C, D, E or 1
F prefixed to their serial mim-
bers, have been called for re
demption December 15, 1922.
They will draw no Interest af
ter that date.
This bank will redeem such
notes any time BEFORE De
cember IB, at rar, piu8 accrued
interest to tho date you present
them to us.
This scrvico is an accommo
dation to all holders of such
notes who wish to re-invest tho
funds NOW, particularly in the,
new 4V4 Government Bonds,
tor which wo aro receiving subi
The Bank With The
Largest In The
(ored a pirn or not guilty. Bond wnH
fixed at ft, (MO by tho court nnd 111
dnfnull Of uninii ho was sent (melt to
tho Knox county Jiill to await tilat In
common pirns court.
Court Fixes Custody
In the dlvorcu enso of Harrison U.
Yealor vs. Olndys C. Ytater, tho riuuv
tlrin of tho custody of the children
was determined by Judge Blnlr In tho
common pleas emit t on Snturdny. Tho
plaintiff Is tlliccl ed to take Ihn two
eldest children, Wllllaht and Charles,
to Holmes county to bo kept In tho
home of the grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Yeater, for n period of four
weeks. Tho two children aro to bo
returned and brought Into court on
Snturdny, Nov. 11, for further direc
tion by the court Tho baby !? to re
ninln Uth tho mother, tho defendant.
In tho rnso of 1. H. Southard vs.
the Super-Heating Boiler Co., the first
partial account of tho recoivor, K. O.
Arjidlri, was approved by Jiidgo Blair
in common picas court on Saturday.
Submitted on Motion
Amotlon to make tho pctlt'on more
definite and certain was submitted be
foie Judge Blilr In the common nleas
court Saturday In tho case of David
U Mansfield vs. Lunlnn Vernon. Tho
matter wnM liken Under consideration
by the court.
Tho nccessmy proceedings hnvo
been approved In tho Knoc county
) rrtbnte court for thr adoption of
Elizabeth Irene Nowoll by Ira and
'Clara J. Gllmoio of Mt. Vernon. The
child's name Is changed t.o Elizabeth
William G. Koons, administrator of
William Livingston, has filed a first
and final and dhtributivo account In
probate couit, showing tho sum of
$854.39 lpccived and tho samo Mini
An order has been issued out. of the
probate court of Knox county to the
county auditor to appraise In the El
ma, Giffeu estate for tho purpose of
fixing tho inheritance tax.
No Tax Due
In tho estate of Franklin Baker, no
inheritance tax is duo, according to
an opinion faf Judge Duko of the pro
Charles It. Stelner, farmer, and Bes
sie A. Greer, school teacher, both of
Greer. Rev. Hugh Wayt.
Real Estate Trancfers
George N. Jackson to C. R. Jack
son, paicel in Mllford, $1. .
Nick A. Klein to Charles O. Bur
gess, parcel In Mt Vernon. $1.
Rose L. Mathews to M. H. Zeigler,
parcel In Liberty, $1.
Lewis B. Houck, administrator, to
O. C. Adleman, parcel in Pleasant,
REPORT THEFT OF
Nearly 300 Committeemen
and Committecwomen At
tend Meeting At
Robert W. Howard, of Newark,
member of tho state congressional
committee of this district, was tho
principal speaker at a meeting of the
Knox county Democratic central and
executive commlttcps held Saturday
afternoon at the Knox county Court
Approximately 300 members of tho
two committees wero present. Fully
A child's whooihnrrnw with rubber
tlrcH was siolrn from an Kant Pleas
ant street home Saturday night or
Suiiduy, Any Information regarding
tho theft should 1b repotted to Pro
bation Offlrcr Piircoll who Is investi
gating lllO (BHO,
Bk r"F H
ROBERT W. HOWARD
one half of this number were women.
Mr. Howard discussed at length the
purposes of organization. Ho took
occasion to mention tho organization
work which has been done in Knox
county during the past several weeks
and commented upon it most high
ly as being the most effective and ef
ficient preparatory work he had this
encountered in his swing aiound the
The meeting was presided over by
R. B. Armstiong, chairman of coun
ty Democratic executive committee,
who spoke briefly on organization
plans nnd work.
Inspiring addresses were given by
!Hon. William A. Ashbidok, Democrat
ic cndldato for congress In this dis
trict, Judge Patrick A. Berry, Mr.
William M. Banning and others.
Sheriff And Constable Have
Exciting Chase In
Daniel Smith, Howard township,
who escaped some weeks ago from
tllo stateJioHpltal, Columbus, was cap
tured Sunday by Sherifr IJ. H. Lytic
and Constable Jesse Senscl after an
exciting chase near Smith's home not
far from Howard.
Tho officers found Smith at lils
homo Sunday afternoon. After search
ing tho man the officers found a large
revolver and 28 cartridges. Tho sher
iff took possession of these.
Just as the officers wore about to
rlaco Smith In tho automobile, the
man broke away and started to run.
Tho officers chased Smith for nearly
n mile and finally captured him. The
Sheriff ruined a stilt of clothes going
through a barbed-wire fence.
Smith was brought to Mt. Vernon
and placed In the county jail. An
attendant fiom the state hospital
came to Mt. Vernon today and took
Smith back to the institution.
Ei 111, FOR
Until -Advent Of 1923 New
Car Owner Must Send To
Columbus For Permit
ROBERT H. BEBOUT
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Robert ' Hucston Bebout, aged 78
years, died Sunday morning at his
home near Gambler after an illness of
one week, death lcsulllng from pneu
mdhia. Deceased Is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Wilda Bebout and by three sons,
Thomas Bebout and Russell Bebout
of Gambler and Willis P. Bebout of
East High street, this city. Twelvo
grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will bo hold at tho
homo Juesday at 2 p. m. with burial
in Grovo' cemetery.
One plain drunk was picked up by
Officer Sebach on Sunday evening.
He was placed in tho county jail to
nwoit a hearing beforo Myor Keigley.
THE KNOX SAVINGS & LOAN BULLETIN
October 16th, 1922
Tho judges selected for the rural school contest aro:
Mrs. Leland Cassoll
. Mrs. H. L. Beocher
Judge L. J. Duko.
The prizes will bo awarded on Octobor 30th. The names of those who win
prizes will be posted in our window on October 28th.
Pupils who forgot to put tho name of their school on their leters should
send us that Information at once.
Mrs. Christine Fredericks gives tho following as tho ideal, Budget for in
comes from $1,200.00 to $3,000.00: , 4 ,
,' ' '" ' r
Shelter 20. . !'.-
Food 25. rr -
Clothing 10 or 15. f
Operating expense not over 15.
SAVINGS AT LEAST i0.
$51)0.00 'depcsltea bn oieof 'our 5 Certificates this week will earn ?12.50
by the corresponding date in April of next year.
$ 100.00 will earn ?2.5p In the samo time.
K EFFECT TUESDAY
Sunt. Elliott Announces Plans
For Two Sessions In Mt.
Vernon High School
Supt. of Schools Elliott announced
this nfternoon that plans wero going
forward for tho two so3sion plan in
the Mt. Vernon high school, effective
Tuesday morning. Supt. Elliott an
nounced it would take a day or so to
perfect tho plans and nt this tlmo was
unable which high school classes will
go to school in the morning and
which will attend In tho aftpinoon.
Ho stntcd that by Tuesday plans will
bo so perfected that an announcement
of this character call be given to the
Tho two session plan has boon
made neessary on account of tho fact
that tho industrial commission of
Ohio has condemned tho third floor
of the old high school building, as an
nounced In Tho Banner Satuprday.
WILLIAM L. COMBS
DIES AT ZANESVILLE
William L. Combs, aged 08 years,
father of Mrs. Annn Conn of Mt. Ver
non, died Friday evening at his homo
in Zanosvillp, following an illness of
compilations. Ho i3 survived by his
wife and several children, also by
M:. and Mrs. Conn wont to Zanes
vllb Sunday to attend tho funeral
rhiili occurs this afternoon.
ICENYON WON FROM
HIRAM FOOT&ALL TEAM
GAMBIER, O., Oct. 16 The Kortyon
'college eleven battered its way
through Hiram's lino here Satwtday
for a score of 28 to 6,
In the first mlnuto of play a bad
pass by tho Konyon center went over
tho heads 6f tho backfleld, Hiram re
covering and running for their Only
Harris was the star for tho Kenyon
Throughout the remainder ot the
current tytear thoso persons wishing to
secure licenses and number plates
for newly purchased automobiles will
be under'the necessity and inconven.
ienco of sending direct to the office
of the secretary of state for them.
The supply of plates, at the office of
tho Chaniber of Commerce has be
come exhausted and will not bo re
plenished during tho remainder of
It is explained that experience of
past seasons has demonstrated that
the number of applications for licens
es made nt tho Mt. Vernon C. of C.
office is so low that there is little
occasion to carry any considerable
supply of the plates. The volume of
business done in this last quarter of
the year is relatively small. It is too
small to justify paying tiansportation
charges to and from Columbus.
The accommodation given automo
bllo owners by the local chamber is
of no small character and in the main
the service is appreciated at its full
value. The number of those who have
complained or balked at paying the
small too charged is relatively small.
Even those have preferred to pay the
feo rather than to wait and to un
wind all the red tape incidental to
making application for and securing
Has All the Splendid Bowel Action
without the Awful Taite
SAVE 1-2 AND MORE
OF THE PRICE OF READY MADE COMFORTS'
ov ( Euying the materials at Ringwalt's
Dl Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
( Making them Yourself.
Full size, roadv made Comforts, of good quality
cost $5 or sHi.00
LOOK AT THIS SAVING!
1 Cross stitch Hatt 72x90 $1.25
.10 yds.' Comfort Cretonne $1.69
1 Ball Yarn 29
1 Spool Thread 06
CROSS QUILTED BATTS
Just New. 72x90.
Made of long stapla cotton
Not over two to a customer.
72x90 not quilted $1.03
i lb. quilted Batts 51.25
Tull 1 lb. weight pure
36 in. COMFORT CHALLIES
Fine selection of patterns
10 yards for 7
36 in. COMFORT CRETONNES
Just the right weight
10 yards for C 9
SPECIAL YARNS for Comforts
All Columbia brand.
29 c I QUILT BATTING 72x90
I 45 c ro11
The J. S. Ringwalt Co.
? r..wm.wr. .. i M
We Would Lie To
Have You Tell Us
If we sift the proposition down
to a plain statement, how much a per
son ought to save?
How much ought he lay aside as a
fund that v. ill bring him in an in
Who is there that can not save one
twentieth of his income, and many
en easily save one tenth. Either will
place you on the road to independ
ence. Save it in this bank.
The First National
Cor. Main & Vine Sts.
EpsortSalls i :$::
STREAM & RIMER
Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms and city property buugat, sold
and exchanged. Properties rented and
rents collected. Fire insurance a spe
cialty. Ropresentating 14 old reliable
stocK companies. Accident Insurance,
I've -ttock insurance. Plato glass in
surance. automobile Insurance, In (act
we can insure any property you may
hare. Surety bonds ot all kinds. Call
and see ua. Room 1 Sipe bldg.. South
Main St. Clt 'phone No. 447 Black)
Public Farm Sale I
I will sell at Public Auction en the premises, 8 miles southeast of Mt.
Vemon and 4 miles west of Martlnsburg, in Morcan Township,
at MORGAN CENTER, oh
Friday, October 20, 1922 I
at 2:00 O'clock, P. M. f
The Following Property, To-WIt:
The homestead farm of J. H. Brown, deceased, consisting of M
acres, all In grass except 8 acres which Is In good timber. This farm i J
has not been plowed for ten years.
Small house and barn.
An excellent opportunity to purchase a good farm In a fine cornel
munlty. Appraised $4,500. , jj
TERMS One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in;!
two years. Deferred payments to bear 6per cent per annum pay-;l
able annually ana Be secured Dy mortgage on ine premises; or an
cash at option of purchaser. .
LEWIS B. HOUCK.
Administrator of estate of J. H, Brown, deceased.
Russell R. Sellers, Auctioneer.
Better Than a Mutlard Platter por CoUgllS and Colds, Head- " t
All 1 lViBTv !?aUL-
ache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism
and All Aches and Pains
35c and 65c, jars and tubes
Hospital size, $3.00 .
FRANK O. LEVERING
All boBiness of legal nature given
prompt attention and especially to
practice in the Probate Court, Office
No. 9 East High street. ML Vernon. O
New Phone, Office 104.
When constipated, billons or sick,
enjoy nil tho splendid physic-action
on the bowels df a doso of Epsom
salts without tho awful tasto and nau
sea. A few cents buys a package of
"teiiRnnnde Salts." tho wonderful dis
covery or the American Epsom Asso
ciation, liven children gladly take it.
Drug storcb. Advt.
WILL J. "Doc" WELSH
The Fire Insurance Man
it you own anything, have
CtttartnV Phone 231 lied
is B. Gambler Street, ML Vernon. O
ROBSRT J. GROSSMAN
, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
Farm Management, Farm Rentals and
Farm Contracts a Speciality.
No. 9 E.- High SL
BARTON W. BLAIR
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Office N.3V. Coiner Main & Vine SU.
Over Knox Savings & Loan.
Ntver Attempt It All Alone;
Enlist The Service of m
Banner Want Ad.
in each of these
October 1 7 to 29
You Will Find a Hearty
Welcome in Any df