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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1910
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
FRANK HARPER, Editor j
The Standard of Excellence
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The Largest Shoe Store in
Phone 836 Black; 3 S. Main St.
Mt. Vernon, O.
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fcflico aa second class mall matter.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
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Governor Judson ttoroioii.
Lieut. Gov.-Atleo .Pambrchij. ,
Supreme Judges MauUed II, Donahuo,
Attorney Oenerai'-nmoUy H Hogan.
Secretary of State qua. P. Graves.
State Treasurer D. H. Creamer,
Clerk Supreme Cotirt lrranlc MdCean.
Dairy and Food Com.f-8 la. J Strode.
School Commlssioner-tnKi' Miller.
Board Public WorlM-rA. .SUiteB.
Congressman William a, Hjarn.
Circuit Judffo ItoBeri JJjmSIIIcUM.
State Senator Wcllnilfl V' rnX"! ..
Representative Sarmiel jit Uqtflhalt.
Clerk of Courta-Cltrts W. Hayes.
Sheriff Petor J. Paifltdr.
Auditor Irvln Toting
Commissioners Wiiirdm Lewis,
ThcOdtad M. Dili.
Treasurer Lloyd M. llcH.
nccorder Bonj. It. PAHcr.
Surveyor Arthur 0. Wdlffl.
Prosecuting Attor. D. u. Fcrrcnbaugh.
Infirmary Directors James W. Coo,
Frank B. Cotton,
Coroner J. C. Wlnterrlugcr.
HARDING AGAINST HIMSELF
In his campaign dilenlng speech at
Kenton, Mr. Harding quoted the plank
from his platform favoring a law to
roqulro tho publication of campaign
contributions, and said, "I am willing
to go further nnd consent that Clmin.
Lnylln publish tho Uepublican cam
paign expenditures (If 19I0 In Ohio
without the mandate of law."
Ohio once had a law requiring the
publication of campaign contributions
and expenditures, It wan enacted In
1890, and was known ,as the Gar
Hold corrupt practice's act, having
lieen originally Introduced in the sen
ate by tho same .Mines It. Garfield
who was not nominated for governor
by tho convention which nominated
Mr. Hording for governor.
This law, which Ml1. Harding him
soif compiled with wlion he was elect
ed to the stato senate In 1900 and
again In 1902, was repealed in 1902,
AND Mil. HARDING VOTED FOR
ITS REPEAL. (Sctf donate Journal,
1902, page 437.)
When la Mr1, Harding's position on
tho publication of campaign contri
bution and oxpcridilUrcs to be believ
ed In, when he voted as a member of
tho state senate io repeal a law of
that kind or wl(en fin a candidate- for
governor bo says he la willing Io have
bis campaign expenditures published
without tho mandate pt law?
Ono reason why there is no mandate
of law requiring tiio publication of
campaign receipts and expenses Is
that Mr. Harding by his vote helped
to roponl tho law ot Unit kind Ohio
on co had.
Hero wo have Mr. Harding once
moro In tho attitude of opposing him
self by getting on both sides of tho
MOONEY BADLV MUDDLED
Having been speaker of the house
tho past two hushIoiiii, there Is no ex
piibo for tho misrepresentation In
dulgod In by Mr. Mooney,- Republican
candidate for st'eretary of state. In his
speech at the campaign opening at
Mr. Mooney quoted thai pint of tho
Democratic platform which accuse!)
the present Republican' legislature of
opposition to the governor's efforts to
purify tho public service. Then Mr,
Moorioy said: "There was never a
falsur stntemout than that set down In
! party platform1." The only thing
wrong with Mr. Moouey's insertion
Is Unit It Is not true, lie tries to provo
his statement by citing an appropria
tion Hindu nt tho session this year of
?20,000 to ho used by tho attorney
Report of the
I The New Knox I
i National Bank . I
5 -of- :
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
(Comptrollers Cull September 1st, 391Q.) i
; Resourcco. Liabilities ;
: .Loans and Discounts $409,021.83 Capital Stock S
; U. S. and other llomU 191,1312,00 paid In $100,000.00 ;,
S Furnlturo and Fix- Surplus ami "
tu08 , C.000.00 ProlltB 38,351.82 '
: Cash and Duo Circulation 80,000 00 :
; from Banks 3r,l,019.2 Deposits 71)0,2045 ;
3 Doaault B, Kirk, .President. Win. A. Ackcrman, Cashlor.
3 John M. Ewalt, Vice President. J. II. McFnrland, Asat. Cashlor.
This style and design of shoe
is for tho young man from six
teen to sixty. It has a high toe,
high heel and high arch and the
forepart is shortor than ever.
Tho leather in this shoe is tho
very best, will polish woll and
hold its bistro as long as worn.
general In tho prosecution of graft
cases. Yes, you will find It recorded
In the last session laws as' the Ilrst
act of tho assembly, ns Mr. Mooney
says, but It was merely placing at the
disposal of attorney general njund for
prosecuting grnft cases which Gover
nor Harmon uncovered unaided by
either the attorney-general or tho legis
lature and then handed over to tho
attorney general with orders to go
The recent ussomblago of threo very
largo crowds at Hiawatha park, on tho
occasions of tho county picnic and tho
county fair, when many thousands
of people wero present, and on all
of which tho best of order provalled,
Is tho occasion of favorable comment
It Is ratbor remarkable that with such
largo crowds gathered together noth
ing. 'of nn untownrd nature should oc
cur. Thoro was not an unpleasant
feature, bo far as thq behavior of those
presont was concornod. It Is doubtful
whethor such largo crowds over as
sembled any other place with such a
result, It speaks woll for tho high
cliaractor ot tho people of Knox coun
ty that such a condition oxlsted on tho
In Tho Banner of today Is reproduc
ed the artlclo in tho llovlew of Re
views by Sloano Gordon on Gov. Har
mon. It is nn exceedingly Interesting
statement of much In Governor Har
mon's career that lias attracted na
tional attention, and Is wrlttten In u
very attractlvo stylo, for which Mr.
Gordon Is famous among tho best
writers' In the land. Tho nrtlclo Is
Illustrated with some Into photographs
or Govornor Haimon nnd his family.
Altogether It Is nn artlclo that is well
worth reading, and as such Is com
mended to tho readers of Tho Hau
lier. Mr. Chiulos LomnstciH of Chestor
vlllo spent Wednesday In Amity at
tending to some business matters.
Mrs. .1 15. Mnclcoy of Danville spent
Tuesday In Mt. Vornon, tho guest of
Miss Cecil .tones of this city loft
TuoHdny for a two weeks' visit with
friends In Killbuck and Akron.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Sonst of Buck
eye City spent Tuosdny In Warsaw
whore they attended tho funeral cf
Mrs. Baibara Sonst.
I Courteous I
I Treatment 1
I Guaranteed 1
Severely Was Tabor When
Platform Gave Away
Mr. Charles Tabor, a farmer resid
ing Just south of Fredorlcktown, was
badly injured at about four o'clock
Tuesday afternoon whllo assisting a
number of other workmen in raising
tho corner of a largo barn. Ho was
standing on a temporary platform, el
ovated about six feet, when tho sup
ports gavo away and let him fall to
tho ground. Ho struck tho brldgo of
his noso on tho corner of a' plcco of
timber, breaking tho bone. Tho noso
was also badly cut In various places.
Besides the Injury to his noso, Tabor
sustained a badly spralnqd and twist
ed elbow nnd was gonorully bruised
nbout tho body. Dr. .1. II. Norrlr.k
of Fredorlcktown was called to ren
der surgical attention.
Woman Injured Dy A Fall Down
Mrs. Mao Wolford, residing on Ches
ter street, mot with a very painful in
jury whilo at her homo on Tuosdny
afternoon. Mrs. Wolford was going
down a flight of stairs when sbo ac
cidentally tripped ovor some object,
which was lying on the steps, and
foil to tho floor bolow, alighting on her
right elbow. Tho elbow was dislocat
ed and Mrs. Wolford was otberwlso
badly bruised about the body. Dr.
F. L. Slngroy was called to reduce
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f I $ ! I I I I ! I I I I l
Joseph Trlmblo died nt his rcsb
donee. East Gambler street, at ll:5o
o'clock Tuosdny night. For several
years Mr, Trlmblo had been afflicted
with hnrdoulng of tho arteries of
the lirnjn, nnd on Sept. 9th sustained
a stroke of paralysis. Tho deceased
was born In County Longford, Irolnnd,
July 10, 1837, nnd ns u young boy
came to this country, his father, John
Trlmblo, having accepted tho chair of
'Greek at Kenyon college. Tho deceas
ed was nn oxtonslvo stock shlppr and
rmmier for many years, making Gam
bler his headquarters for operations.
Ho resided lit Gambler until 1S0S,
when ho locntod in Mt. Vernon. On
Oct. 1, 1803, ho was married to. Miss
Margaret 13. Sawer, who survives
him. Ho Is nlho survived by two
brothers, Rov. Dr. James Trlmblo of
MInnoapollH, Minn,, and Matthew
Trlmblo of Washington, D. C, and by
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Feams and
Miss Mary Trimble, both of Gamblor.
The funeral servico will be conducted
nt tho homo Friday afternoon at 1
o'clock, Rov. W. 13. Hulll oluclatlng.
Henry H, Pugh
Honry H. Pugh died at his homo on
West High stroet Wednesday morning
nt about 3jJ5 o'clock nftor a week's ill
ness caused by n stroko of paralysis.
Tho decenscd was woll known
throughout tho city, having been tho
proprietor of n grocery on West High
strcot, nonr his-home, for many years.
Ho was a prtvnto In Co. K, 82nd In
dlana regiment during tho civil war.
Tho docoasod was slxty-nlno years of
ago nt tho tlmo ot his death and Is
survived by bis wife ono son and
Tho funeral at the houso Thursday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment
in Mound Vlow comotery..
Vlrglo Konklo died nt hor homo
noar Danvlllo on Tuesday night nt
about ton o'clock after a very short
Illness. On last Friday afternoon, tho
girl was playing In tho school yard
at tho Danvlllo High Bcliool whon sho
fell and injured hor spine, spinal mou
cngltls dovoloplng immediately. She
was sixteen years ot ago and is sur
vived by hor paronts. Tho funeral at
tho M. E. church In Danvlllo on Thurs
day morning at ten o'clock, Rov. Walk
er ot Killbuck officiating. Interment
in the Workman cemetery at Dan,
Men At Ashland Give Up
Sum Of $25,000
Buf Will Be Tried For Em
bezzlcment In Bff. Vernon At An Early
Ashland, 0 Sopt. 21 When formor
Judgc3 It. M. Campbell and H. L. Mc
Cray, Indicted Jointly with Emanuel
F. Shelley, former guardian of Paul
Oliver, wealthy Loudonvlllo man, on
charges of embezzling $42,000 of the
Oliver estate, aro placed on trlnl iir
Wooster, Medina nnd Mt. Vornon
shortly, their attorneys will fell tho
courts that tho claims of Oliver's heirs
hnvo been settled for $2G,000.
Shelley paid $11,500, Campbell $8,-
500 and H. L.McCray $5,000, according
to N. J. Welrlck, attorney for tho Oli
ver heirs. Shelley sold a farm to raise
the money. Campbell mortgaged his
lino Ashland homo, and McCray sold
his half In a farm owned Jointly with
Stato Senator F. N. Pattorson, in or
der to raiso tho monoy, Welrlck stat
ed today, to mako tho corapromiso set
tlement with Oliver's heirs after tho
court had h61d that Shclloy owed that
Although tlio claim of Oliver's heirs
to ,$42,000 was granted against Shel
ley as guardian, Campbell and McCray
helped him In affecting a settlement
after ho had arranged tho" compro
It wns only after Shelley raised al
most tho full $25,000 that his attor-
noy, Frank Owen of Mt. Vernon, ad
vised him to nsk Campbell and Mc
Cray for help. Thero wore many con
foronccs before Mrs. Campbell flu
nlly signed an $8,501) mortgago on
her homo, which was already mortgage
cd for $,",000.
Sonator Pattorson took tho mort'
gago and a note paynblo In four
months and signed thorn over to tho
United States ( Fidelity & Guaranty
Co., which passed them along to Alon
zo Shamlmiigh, administrator of tho
Ollvor estate, with Its guaranteo that
they would bo paid.
McCray nt Ilrst refused to pay back
moro than ? 1.000. Later he raised nn
other $1,000. W. J. Welrlck, Loudon
vlllo attorney for Mrs. Elizabeth Mar
tin, Oliver's sister, said today thnt
when Campbell nuido good ' on his
$8,500 mortgage tho Oliver estato
would bo satisfied.
Campbell Indicted for cmbczzlo
ment in tho dissipation of tho Mary
.Frcor cstoto which cost the Ashland
Orphans homo thousands of dollars,
and whom heirs of Mrs. Drusllla Ak-
Ins nro trying to hnvo ronioved iib ex-
utor of thnt estate, Is advertising for
salo his hnndsomo homo.
Prosecutor GcoYgo J, Froy says that
tho sotttlcmont will In no wny effect
tho criminal proceedings ngainst Shel
ley, Campbell and McCrny; that he
will push the Indictments against
them just as though thoy hadn't paid
tho nionpy. Tho rocolpt for tho $25,-
000 has been put on rocord In the
county clerk lot court's olllce,
Trade at Levison's, tho storo that
always saves you monoy.
Mrs. Emma .Wado of Brandon Is
spondlng several days lu Bangs tho
guest of rlonda.
Mrs. Efllo Davis and son, Wain
wright of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, spent
Tuesday with frlonda in Brandon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John O. Hammond;
Mrs. John L. Hammond and Mrs. Wil
liam Anderson, all of-Millwood, spout
Wednesday in Martinsburg attending
the convention "of tho W. C. B. M.
Mrs. W. V. Wright nnd daughter,
Lola, returned to their homo In Bran
don Tuesday oVonlng after nn extend
ed visit with relatives in Gibson Cen
Of Flock Love Too Much Says
Detroit, Mich., Sopt. 22 Tho Rev.
O. D. Chase, pastor of SL John's Meth
odist church, at SL John's, Mich., will
resign his pulpit because, he says, too
many womoil of his flock aro in lovo
with him. Tho worst feature of the
case, ho declared, is that the women
who think thoy lovo him aro Indignant
becauso ho can't and won't lovo them.
"I never made love to any woman
outside my own family," tho Rev. Mr.
Chase declared. "Some of tho mem
bers of tho church need a wet nurse
moro than they need a pastor."
It Is said a petition for his removal
was circulated by two women who
love tho pastor In vain.
A. BEAUTIFUL RUBY
Received Dy Dr. II, L. Mcintosh Of
This City From Paris, France
Dr. R. L. Mcintosh has just received
from .Paris, France, through tho Unit
ed States custom offices in New York
pity, one of the finest precious stones
over seen In Mt. Vernon. The gem is
a pigeon-blood ruby wolghing almost a
carat and is much more valuable than
a diamond of the same size. The
stono was purchased from a firm in
Paris and tho communications con
cerning the purchaso of tho gem were
all written in French, Dr. Mcintosh's
letter being written by a professor at
Kenyon college. The ruby was mount
ed in Columbus and in that city It was
considered tho .finest ruby ever .seen
in Columbus, i x .
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO Cattle: Bcevei, J 908 S8;
Tessa steers, S3 7506 00; western Hteers,
$4 2557; -stackers and feeders, $4 -50
6 0'ij cows and heifers, 2 1BC 50.
Calves $7 009 30. Sheep and I.amb
Native sheep, i G3(S1 S5; western, J3 2S
f(4 40; native limbs, J5 25Jj)7 25; west
ern, J3 617i8i7 20; yearllnus, $4 7505 70,
Hobs Light, 0 0309 35; mixed, J3 25
9 30; ho.ivy $8 15f?9 25; rough, 8 15
8 35; pigs, 8 lOjfD 35. Wheat No. 2
red, 0774098140. Corn No. 2, 53?i51e.
Oats No, 2, 32'32HiC,
EAST QUFFALO Cattle: Export cat
tle, 16 25g7 BO; ahlppliiK steers, J6 00
6 CE; butcher, cattW J5 75?6 75; helfors,
$1 0075 59; fat cows. !3 756 25; bulls,
$3 50(55 25; milkers and springers, $25 00
Sf 75 00. Calves $10 OOJtlO 75. Sheep and
Lambs Mixed shopp, $1 25H 75; weth
cts. tl 7505 00; owei, U 25p4 60; lambs,
$i 50(iJf 00; yearling, $5 S0JJG 23. Hogs
Heavies, $9 15ii9 25; mediums, $9 15
9 fO; Yorkers. $9 70010 00; plfis. $9 80;
rousll''. $8 -lOWS 50. stags, $7 007 50.
PITTSDURO-Catlle: Choice, $7 250
7 50; prime, $7 00if7 20; tidy butcher,
$6 0000 40; heifers, ' $3 0003 75; cows,
bulls inul stnss. $2 5005 50; fresh cows,
$30 O'0OO 00. CalvoH Voal, $7 00010 30.
Sheep and Limbs Prime ucthcrs, $4 CO
4j4 ".5; good mlxod, $1 2001 GO, Jjimbs,
$1 50f7 50. lions Uenvy hogs, $9 000
9 25 heavy mixed, $9 3009 10; mediums
and heavy Vorlcers, $9 0009 70; light
Yorkcm, J9 50fl9 0; plsjs, $9 0009 60.
CLEVELAND-Cattle: Choice steers,
tC 6007 00; heifers, $5 5O0G 00; fat cows,
$3 2504 00; bulls. $4 0004 50; milkers,
and springers, $20 00000 00. Calves
$10 25 down. Sheep nr.d Lambs Mixed
sheep, $3 7504 25; owes, $3 7504 25; best
jiheop, $1 50; lambs, $5 0007 GO. Hogs
llo.ivles. $9 15, Yprkers. 19 60; plga
19 K0; rough, $8 2538 50; stags, $7 00
BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva
nia XX, 30c; fine unmerchantable, 240
25o; H-blood combing, 28029a; -blood
combing, 28029c; U--blood combing, 27
02Sc; dchilno washed, 34c; dclaino un
washod, 26027V4c; Kentucky, and Indiana
i-blood, 2S029c; Vi-blood, 2728o.
CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red. 99c
$1 02. Corn No. 2 mixed, 65H056O.
Oats No. 2 mixed, 3434c. Ityo No.
2, 76077c. Hulk Meats $13 00. Bacon
$14 25. Lard $12 10. Cattle $2 2507 00.
Bheop J2 0004 15. Lambs $3 5007 15.
Hogs $6 0009 45.
TOLEDO Wheat, $1 01; corn, 66V4oi
oats, SCHo; rye, 73Jjo; clovemeed, $9 B2&,
Don't Break Down
Sovoro strains on tho vital organs,
llko Btrntus on machlnory, cause
broak-downs. You can't over-tax tho
stomach, liver, kldnoys, bowels or
nerves without sorious danger to your
self. If you aro weak or run-down,
or under strain of any kind, tako Eleq
trlc Dittors, tho matchless tonle medi
cine Mrs. J. J3. Van do Snude, of
Klrkland, 111., writes: "That I did
not break down, whllo enduring a
most sovoro strain, for threo months,
Is duo wholly to Eloctric Dltters." Use
thorn and enjoy health and strength.
Satisfaction positively guaranteed. G0c
at O: II. Daker's, F. Pink, Frederlok-town.
Bug To Invade Paris In The
Pittsburg, Sept. 22 As the direct
result of a casual visit to Pittsburg,
Paris is to be Invaded by the baseball
bug tho roal American brand of
germ. Forbes Field is the final vis
ion that lingered in the minds of Mon
sieure lo Comte do Lapparent, Riaux
Boulay and L'Abbe Etlcnnt as they
loft for New York to sail for home.
They camo to Pittsburg to inspect
the manufacturing plants, but among
other tholngs thoy wero shown Forbos
"Thirty thousand peoplo to gather In
one huge field to see nine men throw
around a ball? Amazing! Thirty thou
sand pay out good Amercan dollars to
seo a single individual swat a harm
less sphere for nine others to jungle
But after seeing it put on, they mar
veled more than ever.
The Lash of a Fiend
vyould havo been about as welcomo to
A. Cooper.of Oswego, N. Y., as a mer
ciless lung-racking cough that defied
all remedies for years. "It was most
troublesome at night," ho writes,
''nothing helped mo until I used Dr.
Klng's Now Discovery which cured
,mo completely. I never cough at
night now." Millions know its match
less merit for stubborn colds, obsti
nate coughs, soro lungs, lagrippe, as
thma, hemorrhages, croup, whooping
cough, or hay fever. It relieves quick
ly and never fails to satisfy. A trial
convinces, 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Its positively guaranteed by O.
R. Baker, and F. Fink of Frederick'
JOHN DOE AND RICHARD ROE
John and Jane Doe and Richard
Roe took a back seat yesterday when
ka foreclosure suit was filed In the su
preme court on tho property at 334
to 340 West Fortieth street, and In
cluded among tho defendants Ray Boe,
Ray Coe, Ray Doe, Ray Foe, Ray Goe,
Ray Hoe, Ray Joe, Ray iCoe, Ray Moo
and Ray Noo, the same being ten per
sons whose names are fictitious but
who assort an Interest in, the proper
ty. New York Sun. '"
It Saved His Leg
"All thought I'd' lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swcnsen, of Watertown, Wis.
"Ten yenrs of eczema, that 15 doctors
could not cure, had at last laid me
up. Then Bucklon's Arnica Salvo cur
ed it, sound and woll." Infallible for
Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum,
Bolls, Fever Soros, Burns, Scalds,
Cuts nnd Plies. 25c at G. R. Baker's,
nnd F. Fink of Fredorlcktown.
IN PLAIN ENGLISH
It was sunset-In England. Tho poem
nlleges that tho sun belonged to Eng
land but It Is also uspd by tho rest
of tho world. A young woman named
Desslo went to see tho sexton and
asked him not to ring tho curfew, be
causo hor sweotheart was In prison
and they woro going to execute him at
curfew. Tho sexton did not ask lfor
what kind of a Judgo would issue such
a decision, but oxplalned that ho could
not afford to lose his dally wages. So
Besslb went up In tho belfry and. held
the clapper of tho boll. Later sho met
Oliver Cromwell and gavo him the
particulars. Ollvor said he guessed it
was ono on him. Later Bessie and
her lover got married and toured tho
country as Swiss boll ringors, and sub
sequently went into vaudeville and
played "Listen to tho Mocking Bird"
on strings ot sleigh bolls. Cromwell
had a molo on his check, but ho rec
ognized Ilesslo as a militant suffrag
A Man of Iron Nerve
Indomltnblo will and tremondous en
ergy 'aro never found where Stomach,
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of
ordor. If you want these qualities
and tho success thoy bring, use Dr.
King's New Lite Pills, tho matchless
regulators, for koen brain and strong
body. 25c at O. R. Baker, and F.
Fink of Fredorlcktown.
This shoo is a little more con
servative than tho Bully. The
Toe is not so full nor the heel
so high but the shoe is cut on a
pattern that Is very attractlvo
to men wanting something dis
tinctive. Get this stylo and bo
satisfied with your footwear.
Circuit Court of the United States,
Southern District of Ohio,
TJie Fred W. Wolf Company,
'r'l.r. xif 1-,, r.t . No. 1342
Inir fnmnnnv Ann w I in tlUitJ"
Sporry, Leander Ilaysl
and Joseph Myers,
TlV Virf.lO rt rt .lnnnn . .
D..T.; ... i , ""! ui luieuiosure ana
sale made and entered on the 23rd day of
ftnfc.i1910,' ,by Jhe lrcult Cour- o" the
y1'? Sate.s fo,tho, Southern District
pf Ohio, Eastern Division, held at Colum
bus, Ohio, therein, in tho above entitled
cause, I, as Special Master appointed for
such Purpose by tho said decree, will sell
at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, on the premises formerly of The
Mt Vernon Refrigerating Company, on
West Gambler street, In the City of Mt.
Vernon, County of Knox, State of Ohio,
on the 4th day of October, 1910. at tho
hour of 2 Vclack, p. m.. the, following
described machinery goods anil chattels,
pn the-'.aboj-e described! premises-, las des
cribed In Exhibit B of the Bill of Com
plaint In said cause, towlt:
One (l) Block Ice Plant of fifty tons Ice
making capacity dally, consisting of the
following machinery nnd matorlafand al
so all of said machinery and material,
Two Double Acting No. 1G A. Wolf-Llndo
Compressors of 14 Inch bore x 30 inch
stroke, gas Inlet and outlet each 314 inch
es In diameter fitted with Wolf Co. spec
ial ammonia valves, together with all
piston rods, valves, cross-heads and
cross-head pins, steel connecting rods and
?Ii?!?ks,i boxfs- stutllng boxes, bearings,
feed oilers, Indicators, cylinders, frames,
check valves, pillow-blocks, crank shafts,
band fly wheels each 14 feet In diamet
er, wrenches, tools, connections, and pip
ings: One condensor for llqiilfylng am
? .f atmospheric type together with
4800 feet of 2 inch special selected ami
1110 11 1 a pipe, said condensor mado or 10
sections, each section consisting or 24
pipes, 0 reet long; together with all stop
valyes. auxiliary header, connections anil
P ping; Two ammonia iccelvers, 10 inch,
dlam., 8 Inches long, together with all
gauges, cocks, valves, connections and
piping; Two largo high-piessuro, oil trups
together with cocks, valves, connections
and piping; One Wolfe Patent lAmmonla
D stiller for purifying ammonia, together
with all connections and piping; Two sets
of ammonia pressing and vacuum gauges ,
together with nlcklo-plated rings gauge
board, cocks and connections; Ono freez
ing tank po feet long by 21 feet wldo by
7 feet i Inches deep, mado of l-l Inch
tank steel, together with all rivets, angle
Inin, connections, parts and piping, nnd
all water-supply nnd drain plpo ror lining
nnd emptying tho freezing tank; also all
hardwood Insulated -covers and framo
work for top of freezing tank; thirty-six
freezing coifs, each containing J3G feet of
1I1" ,'.',,, 0!itrtl strong ammonia plpo,
1 niciedi VS Inches centers lu a continuous
welded coll: together with all connections,
fittings and piping; Ono ammonia trap,
together with connections and- lutings
I-our sections of doublo pipe coolers con
structed of threo Inch and two Inch pipe,
each section sis pipes high nnd nbout 10
feot long; Ono Storage tank 10 feet dla
nipter, 10 feet high, constructed of 1-4
Inch steel plate; Ono leveling device to
gether -with all connections and nttlngs;
One air compressor with unloading de
vice, two nlr receivers and ono approved
pressure regulator together with all con
nections nnd llttlngs of each, all perforat
ed brass plpo for admitting nlr Into tank
between vnrlous colls; One traveling der
rick, together with nil chains, pullovs,
and connections: One horizontal air bo"lst
for handling cqkes or Ice. and nil hoso
connections and other' connections: Two
cutting rigs for cutting blocks of Ice. to
gether with all connections; llenold si
lent chain drives, together with sprocket
whels. bearings, chain and all connec
tions used to drive compressors; all pines
and piping, flanges, valves.1 ammonia
strainer and nil ammonia connections, ov
erflow and drain connections, foundntlon
bolts and plates.
This property Is appraised at $5,500.00.
GEOHGE II. BOOTH,
MINEOLA HORSE SHOW
Now York, Sopt. 22 Thero was a
large outpouring of society today at
tho opening ot the ninth annual horso
show hold In conjunction with tho
Queens'-Nassau Counties fair grounds
at Neola, Lr-L Tho exhibition this
year, both as regards tho numbor and
high class of tho entries, Is in tho
keeping with tho high standard es
tablished by tho association's nrovlona
shows. Altogether thero aro fifty-four
classes. Tho saddle horses and hunt
ors aro especially well represented.
Tho show will continue until tho end
ot tne week.
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