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AGE FOUR
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, IfllO
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FRANK HARPER, Editor
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Subscription ttate 11.50 por yea;
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0., post
office as Bocond cLbju mall matter.
6 iMONUMCNT SQUARE
that 1 will bo a candldato for county
troasuror on tho Domocratlo ticket,
at the primaries on May 17.
LLOYD M. BELL.
Of Hllllar Twp.
PR08ECUTING ATTORNEY
Editor Banner: Plensc announce
that II. IJ. Forcnbaugh of Union town
ship will bo a candldato for tho Demo
cratic nomination for prospcutlng at
tornoy at the county primaries on
Mny 17th.
DEMOCRATIC
C0UNTYJ0NVENT10N
To Select Delegates to the State, Cir
cuit Judicial and Senatorial
Conventions
The delegates elected In tlio soveral
townships "'"1 wards In Knox county at
tho primary hold May 17, 1910, will moot
In a county convention at tho court houso
in ML Vornon, Ohio, on
Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1
o'clock, p. m.
tor tho purpose of selecting delegates to
represent tho Democracy of Knox coun
ty In the Btato convention, tho Circuit
Judicial convention and tho Senatorial
convention, as follows1:
Nino delegates and nlno alternates to
-tho Democratic Btato convention, to ho
held at Dayton on Juno 21 and 22.
Kino delegates and nlno alternates to
tho Circuit Judicial convention, to ho held
at Coshocton on Juno 23.
Forty-three delegates and forty-threo
itltcrnatcs to tho Senatorial convention,
to ho held at Mlllcrsbiirg on Juno 7.
Tho soveral townships and wards aro
.entitled to tho number of delegates In
-elm county convention no follows:
Berlin 5
Drown C
Iiutler 4 5
Clay r.
Clinton 9
Mt Vernon, First Ward 10
Mt Vernon, Second Ward 10
Mt Vernon, Third Ward 8
Mt Vernon, Fourth Ward 9
Collcgo G
Harrison 6
Hllllar C
Howard G
Jackson . C
Jefferson t 6
Liberty G
Mlddlehtiry G
Mllford .' 5
Miller G
Monrno G
Morgan G
Morris G
Mko 7
Pleasant b
Union H
Wayno 7
lly older of tho Democratic county
tvntral coiuiiiIUph.
JOHN CUNNINC1IIAM,
Chairman.
C W. McKUK, Secretary.
Editor Ilannor Pleaso announce
that Walter M. Paazlg of Pleasant
towiiBblp will bo a candldato for tho
Democratic nomination for prosecut
ing attorney at tho county primaries
on May 17.
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DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES
ono result of this high cost of living,
that tho foreigner DOES NOT pay It.
Tho result of tho legislative commit
tee's probo of tho high cost of Jiv
ing Is, theroforc, another victory for
tho governor.
Oh what n tangled web Uioy weavo
whon tho peanut politicians of tho
Ohio legislature try to play politics
with Governor Harmon.
4.
STRIKE
Occurs In Pittsburg Eorly
This Morning
EX-SULTON
Said To Ho Deserted By
. ' His Harem
CANDIDATES'
ANNOUNCEMENTS
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
LCdltor llanner: I'Iouhu uuuouucu
ho nnmo of Lograml llrlttou of J tow
ard township us a candldato for tho
Democratic nomination for county
commissioner at tho primary on May
17th.
Editor Ilannor: PleaHo announce
that Noblo Weir of tho First ward will
tio a candldato for tho Domocratlo
nomination for county commissioner
t tho primary on May 17
Editor Banner: l'leaso unnoiiuco
Chat T. M. Dill of Wayti.i township
will bo a candldato for tin1 Domo
cratlo nomination for county commls
donor at tho coming county plmuilus.
'Editor Ilannor: Pluuso muinuiicu
that William l.uwlu will ho 11 candl
dato at tho coming prlmurlcs for re
oomlnatlon for u second term for
county commlriKloinir on tin Homo,
crude tlekut
RECORDER
Editor Ilannor Please annnuueo
that Ilonjamln It. Purkor vlll bo a
candldato bofoio tho primary on May
17 for the Democratic nomination for
a second term for county recorder.
Democratic caucuses to arrango for
tho selection of delegates and central
committeemen at tho primaries .will
bo held as follows:
Liberty township At the township
houso, Saturday evening, April 23, nt
7 o'clock.
Plko township At tho township
houso Tuesday evening, April 10, nt
7:30 o'clock.
Berlin township At tho township
houso Saturdny evening, April 23, at
7 o'clock.
Monroo township Friday evening,
April 22, at 7 o'clock, at tho township
houso.
Pleasant township At tho township
house, Saturday ovenlng, April 23, nt
7 o'clock,
JUST 13 OF 'EM
Truo to their partisan prcjudlco 13
Hopubllcau member!) of tho state sen
ate voted ngainst the bill to put state
Institutions under control of ono board
as recommended by Governor Har
mon. These 13 senators are Ilador, Baker,
Johnson and Kuhl, of Cincinnati, Cam
eron of Union county, Crawford of
Carroll county, Denton of Champaign
county, Kollcr of Toledo, Lawyor of
Ashtabula county, Mather of Akron,
Patterson of Ashland county, Rath
burn of Molgs county nnd Tod of
Voungstown.
Of such la tho partisan opposition to
Govornor Harmon In tho senate of
tho Ohio legislature.
Did theso 13 Republican sorntors
do right in voting against tho central
board bill because It was rocommond
ed to this legislature by Govornor
Harmon? What, then, becomes of tho
clamor of Republican papors somo
mouths .ago that Govornor Harmon
was not tho first to advance this prop'
osltlon In Ohio nnd Hint ho was en
titled to no credit for It becnuso It
was favored before him by Republic
an governors, paitlcularly Herrlck
and 11iih1hh)117
If Herrlck and Ilushncll woro right
fn favoring such a proposition l not
Govornor Hnrmon also right? And If
Herrlck and Ilushuoll were right were
not theso 13 Hopubllcnn senators
wrong In voting against something
favored by Horrlck and BiiBhnoll, was
It not also wrong of them to veto
ogatimt tho measuro after Governor
Harmon recommended It?
Governor Harmon has paid ho Is not
caring about tho credit, that It Is ro
suits ho Is aftor; and Hint Is tho wny
tho pooplo of Ohio look at It who aro
not blinded by partisan projudlce.
Tho bill now goes to tho houso. It
lemalus to bo seen whother tho Re
publican mumbors of Unit body will
show up tho saino kind of peanut poll
tics exhibited by Uioho 13 Hopubllcnn
mumloi'H, or whether thoy will bo
guided by reason nnd vote for tho
bill us did six Republican snntors
Who voted with tho Democrats when
the bill passed tho minute.
1
Pittsburg, Pa. April 18. A thous
and employes of tho Prossed Steel
Car Company struck today. A small
sized riot followed In which a striker
was shot in tho arm and Captain
Smith of tho company pollco was bad
ly beaten up.
BARACA CLASS
TEACHER
For Sixty-Five Years Was
Mother Galbrailii
To Conduct A Tour Through North
& America
Tho Daraca class of tho First Bap
tlst church will conduct n storeoptl
con tour through North America and
Its Island neighbors Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho tour will covor missionary work
In tho United States and Cuba, tho Im
migration problems and other Inter
esting and educational matters.
Everybody welcome. No admission
charged. Offering for oxponscs.
MISSION CIRCLE
Of Vine Street Church Of Christ Holds
Pleasant Meeting
AUDITOR
Editor Ilannor PIimihu uiiiiouncu
that Irvln Young will bo i candlilato
boforo tho primary on May 17 for tho
Uomociatlo nominal lou for a sucoml
oim for county ami,. or.
CLERK OF COURT6
Editor llanner Ploauo announce
that Chas. W. HayoH of Clinton town
ship will bo a candidate for ihu Dom
ocratlo nomination for clork of courts
at tho county primaiics on May 17.
Tho regular monthly meting of tho
Girls'MIsslofi Clrclo tft tho Vino street
Church of Christ was hold Friday af
ternoon nt 3 o'clock nt tho homo of
Ethol McKcc. Tho program was pre
pared by Miss Mario Shlreman and
was as folows:
Subject "Tho Qospol in Latin
Lands."
Song "My Faith Looks Up to
Theo."
Tho Lord's Prayer repeated In con-
cort.
Solo Gertrudo Fleming.
Scrlpturo Lesson Mrs. Nowcomor.
Zenana Work In India Mario Slilro
man. Recitation, "Tho Llttlo Drown Olrl
and 1" Carmen Nowcomor.
From Darkness to Light Ethel Q.
Parkor.
A Talk on tho Latin Lands Mrs.
Nowcomor,
Solo Gertrudo Fleming.
Tho Llttlo SIstor Bcbso Patterson.
Piano Solo Helon McNnbb.
Hustness session .
Piano Solo Mary Ewlng.
After tho benediction refreshments
wero served.
Berlin, April 18 Abdul Ilnmld, ox
sultan of Turkey, has of lato beon
tho subject of many roports, ono of
them being to the effect that ho had
been deserted by his harom. Accord
ing to Turourle, the ex-sultan was
In such fear of being poisoned that all
food or drink Vhlch ho took had pre
viously to bo tasted by somo membor
of his entourage. Recently ho de
clared to rnnko similar regulations
with regard to tho physic prescribed
for him by his medical attendants.
Tho result was that tho women of
tho harem were called upon to swnl
low nauseous drugs and potions, a
reglmeu which soon told upon their
health. In order to save thomselves
further oxpoilonccs of the kind, thoy
decided to desert tho lex-Comamnder
of tho Faithful, which they did at tho
dead of night, so as to "avoid painful
parting scenes with tho prisoner."
From an incident at Frankfort-on-Maln,
It would appear that after tho
dispersal of tho cx-sullan's harem
some of tho women wero fascinated
by tho footlights of tho vaudovillo
stage. Tho chief attraction at a
Frankfort music hall has been eight
"gonulno odalisques fiom Abdul Ham
Id's harem," who appeared under tho
charge of two eunuchs.
A nicmbor of tho audlenco discov
ered that ono of tho women spoko Ger
man with a pure Berlin accent. Ho
complained to tho pollco, who proceed
ed to lnvestlgato the supposed fraud.
Tho Turkish consul, being called, de
clared that tho passports proved that
seven of tho members of tho troupo
wero actually women of tho harem.
ThO eighth alleged odalisque, who
balled from Berlin, fell on nor knees
and Implored tho consul's protection,
declaring that sho had been kidnaped
by the two Turks in chargo of the
troupo. Tho pollco released tho girl
nnd mo now making inquiries to as
certain how sho fell into the hands of
tho Turks.
Many Stores
-
-
WAR VETERANS GATH
ER IN OAKLAND
-Oukland, Cal April 18 Oakland
has donned patriotic attlro In honor
of tho Ginnd Army voterans of Cali
fornia and Nevada, whoso annual de
partment encampment will bo opened
hero tomorrow to continue through
tho greator part of tho wcok. An ly
ing trains today brought tho advanco
guard of tho visitors and It is esti
mated that by tomorrow morning tho
eiowd will bo ono of tho largest ever
entertained in this city. In addition
to tho Q. A." R., tho Women's Relief
Corps, Ladles of tho G, A. it., Sons of
Veterans and other afllllntcd organiza
tions will hold their annual sessions.
Loxlngton, April 18 Slxty-llvo years
a teacher of tho llttlo folks' class of
Sunday schools, and for over half a
century teacher of tho same class in
tho same school, is tho record of
Mrs. Margaret Galbralth, known all
through this part of tho stato as
Mother Galbralth. Three generations
of tho youth of tho village and dis
trict received their earliest religious
Instruction from her. Mrs. Galbralth
died a few days ago at the ago of 83.
Sho began her work In her eigh
teenth year, back In her native town
of Novlllo, Pa. Sinco 1858 hor homo
wns nt Lexington. In addition to
rearing a .family of five children, one
of whom is now tho vlllnge banker,
she was postmistress during tho first
Cleveland administration and for
many, many years hor quaint, little
old hotel was the only place In the
village whorfc the belated stranger
might find entertainment.
As long asx any of the children's
children of hor' Sunday school classes
aro allvo Mother Galbralth's name
wlllbo remembered. Her pupils In
tho years of long ago are scattored
over tho whole world. Many have
sent their children to hor. Their chil
dren hnvo sent the tota to her class.
Mother Galbralth, It seemed, was a
permanent flxturo of tho village's llt
tlo Presbyterian church. Her pupils?
Few havo climbed the ladder of fame,
also few havo gono astray from the
paths of tho straight and narrow,
Mother Galbralth's guiding aim In
those years of work for her boys and
girls they wore hers, in truth was
to help in raising up manly men and
womonly women. Tho character of
citizenship was elevated thtough her
work and prayers In tho class room.
Sho was, in n woid, ono of tho best
arguments tho staid llttlo old church
ovqr had. From her department many
graduated Into tho church.
When the infirmities of over four
score years kept her from going out
tho keenest t egret was that sho was
compelled to glvo up hor duties as
teacher. "Tho night comes on and
there Is still much work to do," she
said, accoptlng suffering as becamo a
servant of her Master.
When they burled hor tho wholo
village mourned.
TAFT WELCOMES D. A. R.
Complete
Carpet
Store
Exclusive
Can soil a few rugs. But a com
plete Carpet Department with
its lines of Eugs, Brussels Car
pets, Axmiustcr Carpets, Wil
ton Velvet Carpets, Body
Brussels, Wool Ingrain Car
pets, Linoleums, Shades, Oak
Fillings, Curtains and Draper
ies, Fixtures, with the facili
ties for doing all the work con
nected with a big carpet de
partment is different.
This is a Avhole carpet store,
and the complete lines with
the facilities for doing the work
satisfactorily have built up
this wonderful carpet business.
I Ringwalts I
SETTLEMENTS
For Hearing In Probate
Court of Knox County,
Ohio, viz:
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
tor settlement and will bo heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1010, at 9 a. m.i
First and final account of Columbus
Ewalt, administrator of Sarah A.
Reach.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judgo.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has beon filed
for settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 0 a. m.:
Second and final account of Geo. J.
Ewers, executor of'Audrow Bcchtel.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judge.
Mary Stevens, administratrices
Elizabeth Stevens.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judge.
of
ONE HEAD FOR TWO LAMBS
REPRESENTATIVE
Editor Ilannor:-Pleane iinnouneo
that Samuel R. Gotsliall will bo a can
dldato at tho primary on May 17 for
Tcnomlnatlon for roprurtoutatlvo on
tho Domoorntic ticket.
SHERIFF
Editor Banner, Plouso announce
that Potor J. Parkor will bo a cnndl
dato ot tho primary on May 17 fur ro
nomination for sheriff on tho Homo
eratlc ticket.
.Editor
TREASURER
Banner: Ploauo
atiti(unco
HARMON WAS RIGHT
Will you read this: "Tho responsi
bility of tho high prices llos chlolly
at tho doors of the packers or var
ious kinds who beat down tho prices
paid to tho funner and put up tho prlc
os paid to retailors."
II Is an oxtract from tho report of
tho committee created by tho stato
legislature to probo tho high cost of
living; nnd It substantiates what Gov
ernor Harmon nHld in Ills message ad
vising tho Investigation that there
was too much dlfforonco botween tho
prices paid to tho producor and tho
prices paid by tho consumer.
The Governor also nilvised Inquiry
iih to tho effect. ot tho tariff on the
cost f living but Senator Williams,
(halrumu of tho commttou, being n
Republican editor, would not take up
any lino of Inquiry that might result
disastrously to tho "sacred" tariff.
Still tho commttou finds that there
aro about fiO.OOO trusts controlling
food prices In this country, which Is
practically tho same thing as con
firming tho governor's suspicions
about that "sacred" tariff, which Presi
dent Taft says Is "tho host tariff law
over enacted by tho Republican par
ty." For tho tariff Is tho "mother of
trusts," you know, nnd tho g. o. p. la
Is Its fostor father. Even Republican
otora aro beginning to llud out, ns
The Men Won
Tho contest botweon tho young wo
men's Sunday school class and tho
young mon's class of tho Brandon Dis
ciple church closed Sunday morning,
tho young men winning by n narrow
margin. Tho contest was begun about
three months ago and tho classes havo
inado rapid growth during tho tlmo of
tho contest. On Thursday ovenlng of
this week, tho yoirng ladlos will glvo
a banquet for tho young men In tho
town hull as that was tho forfeit
agreed upon that tho losing side
should pay.
A. ,
Snpp's Hearing
Otho Sapp, who was arrested on n
paternity chargo Saturday morning,
has been released on n $100 bond. Ills
hearing has beon sot for Wodnesdny
morning buforo 'Squlro Ilnrtcr.
CANADIANS AFTER
BOSTON MARATHON
Boston, April 18 Canada Is to
mnko n grcnt effort to carry off first
honors In tho annual Marathon race
of tho Boston Athlotlc Association to
morrow, 11 numbor of tho best run
nom from ncioss tho bordor having
outorud for tho contest. Included
among them nro John Uoo of Toronto,
CharlcB Cook of Hamilton, Fred Cam
01 on of Amherst, N. S., and Gordon
Wolf ot Dartmouth, N. 8.
Tho race as usual will bo hold
ovor tho famoiiB lid-mllo courso from
tho llttlo village of Ashland Into tho
1). A. A. clubhotiBQ In this city. With
ovor 1C0 entries thoro Is expected to
bo at' least 100 lined up for tho start.
Evor elnco tho llrst 11. A. A. Marathon
nearly twenty years ago tho ovont
has grown steadily In Importance un
til It has assumed not only a national
greatness but nu International ono as
woll.
(Bolvldeio, N. J., Cor. Now York
Press)
Mary may havo had a llttlo lamb,
but sho never had ono such as is pos
sessed by William Stroke, of this vil
lage. Its nnmo is Duplex. It has ono
bend, two bodies, two tails and eight
jogs. Duplex's single set of jaws Is
so tired chowlng food with which to
satisfy a doublo appotito that at night
fall tho lowor jaw drops from sheor
wenrluoss and bandages havo to bo
applied to assist tho tired muscles to
got it back In place
Both bodies aro perfectly formed.
It Is one of tho misfortunes of tho
freak pot that tho two stomachs aro
normal In craving nnd consuming ca
pacity. This moinlng tho lamb had
colic on ono sldo nnd folt as fit as
could bo on tho other side. Tho sldo
which wns sufforlng from tho colic
wns drawn up and contorted, nnd tho
sldo which folt all right gamboled
about gayly and trloa Its boBt to tear
Itself loose from Its ailing counter
part. It keeps Duplox btiBy making se
lection ot food. Ono stomach may
crave tender clovor nnd tho other
may hunger for sassafras roots. Tho
head does tho best it can to keep
both satisfied, but It finds It exceed
ingly trying. Last evening ono of tho
bodloa wanted to go to tho shed and
Ho down forNtho night. Tho othor
body lnslstod ipon staying out 'an
hour or two longor. For 20 minutes
thoro wns a pull-Dlck-pull-dovll tlmo
In tho paddock, and Stroko wns forced
to go out and carry tho lamb Into its
sholtor and eloso tho door.
Tho smallost woman In tho world
Is a suffragct. Sho ought to Uvo in
England. Thoy wouldn't havo nny
trouble smuggling hor Into tho houso
ot commons.
Thoro will bo a meotlng of tho
Indopondont Ordor of Foresters Tues
day ovenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In tho Na
tional Union hall. All mcinbors aro
requested to bo prcsont.
Washington, D. C, April 18 With
an address of wolcomo by President
Taft tho nineteenth Continental Con
gress of tho Daughters of tho Ameri
can Revolution was oponed this morn
ing In Continental Momoilal Hall.
Moro than 1,000 dolegates and alter
nates from all tho States of tho Un
ion attended. Mrs. Mntthow T. Scott,
president-general of the society, pre
sided aad In addition to President
Taft tho notable speakers lncludod
Thomas Nolson Pago, the well known
author, and John Barrett, director of
tho International Bureau of Amuiicau
Republics.
Tho congress will bo In session
throughout this week and already
bids fair to bo marked by soveral
warm contests, tho principal ono be
ing ovor tho olllco of president-general.
Mrs. Scott Is a candldato to
succeed herself nnd will run on tho
"regular" ticket. Hor chief opponent
is Mrs. William Cummlugs Story, tho
candldato of tho ".Insurgent" faction.
It Is rumored that tho congest mny
bo mado a three-cornered affair by
the entry of Mrs. Donald McLean,
who rptlred ns head of tho organiza
tion last year.
Tho "Insurgunts" nro confident of
success this year. Thoy havo beon
gathering campaign material slnco tho
last olectlon, nnd havo secured tho
suppoil of a number ot tho loading of
ficials ot tho socloty, Including Mrs.
Mary B. Wilcox, tho recording sec
rotary genornl, who recoutly denounc
ed Mrs. Scott In an opon lottor to tho
heads of tho various chapters through
out tho country, for tho lattor's action
in discharging ono of tho clerks in tho
employ of tho national socloty.
35,000 TEACHERS TO
VISIT BOSTON
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
for BOttlomeut and will bo heard on
kTuesday, May 101910, at 9 a. m.:
Second and final account of Win. T.
Harry, oxecutor of James Harry.
PATRICK A. BERUV,
Probato uudge.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
tor settlement nnd will be heard od
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. in.:
First and final account of R. M.
Gieer, guardian of Richard West.
PATRICK A. BERUi,
Probata Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has beon filed
for settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 ft. m.:
Affidavit In lieu of llrst partial ac
count of D.' S. Snider, administrator
D. B. N. W. W. A. of Wm. D. Hast
ings. PATRICK A. BlSRRY.
Probato Judgo.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
(or settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. in.:
First and final account of Sol B.
Rico, administrator of J. 1. C. Rico.
PATRICK A. DERRY,
Probate Judgo.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has beon filed
Cor. settlement and will be board on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account of William
H. Smith, assignee 01 Mary E. Smith.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probato Judgo.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
(or settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 ra. m.:
Second and final account of John
Beckholt, administrator of Budd C.
Beckholt.
PATRICK A.. BERRY,
Probate Judgo.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has beon filed
(or settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, nt 9 a. in.:
First and final account of Charles
G. Dalloy, guardian 01 Lewis Vt.
Brown.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judge.
SHEEIFPS SALE
Franklin Quick,
vs.
Cnrollno Iiebout et al,
Knox Common Pleua
Uy vlrturo of un order of salo Issued
out of tlio Couit of Common Fleas of
Knox county, Ohio, and to mo directed, 1
will offer for sale at tlio door of the
Court Houso, In Mount Vornon, Knox
county, on
Saturday, the 21st day of
May, 1910,
between the hours of 1 p. m., and 3
p. m., ana 3 p.
ivliu; described
ra.,
real
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has boon filed
(or settlement and will be heard on
Tuosday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. ni.:
First and final account of L. B.
Ackormnn, administrator of William
L. Gibson.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
(or settlement nnd will bo heard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account of Alfred M.
Barton, truateo of Emma Tarr.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judgo.
Boston, April 18 Tho local nrrnngo
monts commltteo roports gratifying
progress In tho work of preparing for
tho cntortainmont of tho 35,000 school
teachers from ovory part of tho Unit
ed Statoa who nro to como to Boston
this Btimmor to attend tho forty-eighth
nnuual convention of tho" National
Educational Association. Tho con
vention la sot for tho week of July 2,
with tho opening public session in
tho Stadium nt Harvard July 4, at
which tlmo President Taft has con
sented to deliver tho principal ad
dross. t'
Now York plans to put tramps to
work on farms. "Mary proposes "
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has beon filed
Cor sottlomont and will bo hoard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. ra.:
First partial account of Lillian S.
Cruml'oy, guardian of Helon K. Crum
ley. PATRICK A. BERRY,
Probate Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has boon filed
Cor Bottloment nnd will be hoard on
Tuesday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account of W. I.
CUno, administrator of Isabel Boyd.
PATRICK A. BERRY.
Probate Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
Cor settlomont and will be heard on
Tuosday, May 10, 1910, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account ot Julia and
of said day, tho following descrlbei
estate, to-wii:
Sltuato In tho county of Knox and State
of Ohio.
FIRST TRACT
25 acres off ot the south end of tho
east half lot 31, in township Ave, quarter
four and rango fourteen Knox county,
Ohio.
SECOND RACT
15 acres off of tho nortli end of tho
east half of lot 31 in said township, quar
ter and ranKO.
THIRD TRACT
41 acres being In tho cast half ot sutd
lot SO and lying botween wuld 25 aero
tract nnd said 15 aero tract abavo des
cribed, snld twenty-live, forty-ono and
fifteen ncto tracts being In tho east half
of lot 31 In bald township, quarter,
rnngo nnd county aforesuld.
Appraised at
First tract of 25 acres, $2,000.
Second tract of 15 acics, J.1,050.
Third tract of 41 acres, $600.
As n whole, $4,9S3.
Terms of sale One-third In hand, one
third In ono year and ono-thlrd In two
years from date of snlo with Interest.
Deferred payments to bo secured by
moitgago upon tlio premiers sold, or tho
purchaser may elect to pay all cosh.
P. J. PARK13R.
Sheriff Knox County, Ohio.
Owen & Cnrr, attorneys for plaintiff.
1-13,20 ;D-3,10,73
ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OP REAL ESTATE
In pursuance of an order of thu Probato
Court, Knox County, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on
Saturday, May 14, 1910,
at 2:00 o'clock, p. m upon tho premises
In tho village of Uludenbburg, Knox
county, Ohio, tho following described
real estate sltunto in tho county of Knox,
Stato of Ohio, to-wlt: Helng Lot No.
thlrty-nino (33) and tho north half of
Lot No. thirty-eight (3S) in Porterllold's
addition to tho town of llladcnsburg in
said county and Btato. Also ono other
plcco or parcel of land situato In tho
county and stato aforesaid and described
as being in the south part of Lot No. ilvo
(5) In tho llrst quarter of tho fifth (5
township and eleventh (11) Range in said
county and stato and bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on tho West
lino of tho alloy west of Lot No. (33)
thlrly-nlno In said town of Uladensburg,
said point being slxty-tlireo (03) feet and
six (fi) Inches South of tho South line of
the main street in said town: tlienco west
nineteen (13) feet; thenco South parallol
with tho west lino of said alloy to tho
South bank of tho run: thenco in a north
east courso with tho South bank of said
run to tho West line of tho alley; thenco
north along tho West lmo of tho alley to
tho placo of beginning.
Appraised at $125.00.
Terms of sale One-half cash in hand
nnd tho other half on or before one year
from dato of salo. Deferred payment to
bear 6 per cent per annum payablo an
nually und to bo secured by mortgage
on premises; also Insurance policy made
payablo to mortgagee; or purchaser may
pay all cash.
n. C. HOWELL.
Administrator ot estate of Hannah Frav
cl, deceased.
Lewis 13. Houck, attornoy for admin
istrator. April 15. 1910. 4.13,W;S,10S
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