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for The Relatives Of Richard
Coshocton, O., Sept. 30 -Researches
are being made by a member of tlio
Historical society of Pennsylvania, for
Information concerning the descend
ants or rajaHvcs of one Hlchard May
berry, or Maybury. This man wis
born In Now Jersey about 1772, enter
ed the" army during the Whiskey In
surrection In western Pennsylvania,
and at tho expiration of his servlco
settled In Allegeheny, now part of
Pittsburg. Ho married in 1803, Eliza
beth Woods, daughter of John Woods
of Woods Hun, by his wlfo Sarah
Stephenson. Hlchard Mayberry had a
sister Hachcl, who was married to n
Mr. McCormlck of Wills Creek, not
far from Zanesville. Whllo visiting
this sister In 1827, Hlchard Maybury
vub killed by his horse, and was bur
led In a cemetery not far from the
McCormlck farm. Ho left twelvo chil
dren, Woods, Thomas, neuben, Hir
am, Saarah, James, Ellen, Rebecca,
Rachel and Cynthia.
Hlchard Maybury had a brother,
Reuben, who was lost at sea.
Records concerning tho Maybury
family are being collected so that a his
tory of tho nanio may bo proparcd.
Correspondence Is desired with de
scendants and relatives.
Miss M. 13, Wood was In Coshocton
last May, and will bo glad to hear
from any ono who may bo Interested.
Her address Is P. O. Ilox, 02, East
End, Pittsburg.
Celebrates Ills 7011, Dlrlliday Anniver
sary Al Warsaw, 0.
(Coshocton Times)
Ono of tho most Important social
gatherings over held In Coshocton
county Is being held today In War
saw commemorating tho 70th birth
day of Capt, ID. Ij. I.ybarger, who Is
perhaps as well known In Coshocton
county and the state of Ohio, as 'any
other man for ho has been a promi
nent character In tho counly and state
since early manhood, lie roso to the
rank of captain In tho clfl war, was
commander of the G. A. H. of Ohio,
was a member of tho Hoard of Public
Works of Ohio, was a legislator from
Coshocton county for several terms
and Is now ono of the members of tho
Agricultural Hoard of Ohio,
Although seventy years, man's al
lotted life, have wnxed and wailed, yet
ho Is the same progressive, Influen
tial citizen, luklng deep Interest in his
country's nffalrs, engaged In business
enterprises In which he takes as much
concorn ns men many years his Jun
ior, With him today, congratulating
him on rounding out ills 70 years are
nany old time friends, who are promi
nent in Coshouton county and In Ohio.
It Isn't very often that a man can
gather nhout 'him seventy friends to
assist In tho celebration of his seven
tieth birthday but such a pleasure has
been accorded Capt. I'.'. I.. I.ybarger
one of tho county's most prominent
citizens. Tho hospltablo I.ybarger
borne at Warsaw was tho Mecca
Thursday for nearly two score of the
captain's friends and relatives and
tho gathering, so perfectly arranged
and held on such an Idenl fall day, Is
ono which wilt not he i-uk'Uly forgot
ten. Mrs. I.ybarger was n gracious
-Jild to her hushaml In welcoming the
throng of guests and Harry I.ybarger
who Is studying law at O. H. IJ. came
borne for tho happy occasion, Coshoc
ton sent up an ImiueiiHU delegation In
carriages and automobiles. Spring
Mountain, the old I.y burger home,
aent nlmost as many. Ool, Rhodes
and Mr. Mellnry, two of tho captain's
comrades In tho civil war came down
from Clydo bringing their fcvlves with
them among the other guests from out
of the county h'eliig Dr. ntl Mrs.
Porter and (1. I.. l.ybiirtftrr of Dan
vlllo. An elaborate dinner was serv
ed nt noon by the ladles of tho War
saw Prosbyterhm church.
Gambler, 0 Sopt. .10 Ilarcourt
Seminary oponed at this placo on
Thursday morning with n very good
enrollment. There nro thirty boarders
tit the dormitories this year already
"and there will probably bo moro In n
fchort time, Tho total enrollment nt
tho seminary Is now thirty eight,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 0. Church and Mrs.
Charles Church will leave Sunday
morning for nn oxtonded trip to Cleve
land and various other points In the
northern part of the statu, during
which tlmo they will visit with roln-tlvos,
Of The Hard Variety Got
Magaw Into Trouble
And Is Arrested For Violat
ing Rose Law
Martlnsburg, 0 Sopt. 30Frank
Magaw was arrested hero Thursday
on a chargo of giving away hard eld
er, In violation of tho Roso county
local option law. Tho affidavit was
sworn to by tho Rev. O. II. Nowcomb
before Mayor B. V. Halrd and Magaw
was arrested and locked up in the vil
lage Jail.
It Is alleged by Hov. Nowcomb that
Magaw gave hard elder to Charles
Hawk and thnt the latter hecamo In
toxicated. Hawk also stntcd that Ma
gaw gave him tho elder.
Magaw's hearing was Bet for Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clcok beforo Mayor
Miss Frances O'Connell of Chicago
is spending a few weeks with Mrs.
Amy Coutor.
Mrs. J. M. Westrlck and son and
daughter of Howard spent Thursday
in Mt. Vernon, tho guests of friends.
Mrs. L. 11. Houck of North Main
street and Mrs. William Welsh of
West Vino street went to Columbus
Friday morning to spend tho dny.
Tho Uplmm Gas Co. struck a good
gas Woll on tho Fish farm, just cast
of Gambler, on Thursday evening,
Miss M, W. Young of Hastings, Ne
braska, Is pending sovernl days In
Gambler tho guest of frfomls.
Mrs. Jesslo Sellers Is confined to
her home north of Sparta by a so
vero attack of illness.
Mr. Frank I.ogston of Buckoyo City
Is spqndlug several days In Doylcs
town, tho guest of friends.
Ten persons from Millwood spoilt
Thursday in Columbus attending tho
grand circuit rnces.
Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Easterly of Dan
vlllo spent Thursday In I.oudonvlllo
attending the fair.
Mrs. John I.ybarger nnd daughter,
Elsie, of Brandon, spent Wednesday
and Thursday in St. Louisvlllo, tho
guests of relatives.
Rev. S, S, Fleming returned to Cosh
octon Friday morning after a two
weeks' visit with relatives In Mt. Ver
non. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hall nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Wander of Buckoyo
City went to Loudouvlllo Friday morn
ing to spend tho day,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tlbblts and
daughter of Hudson are tho guests of
.Mrs, Emma Tlbblts and Mrs. Emmet
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Durhln of TJol
lalre, Ohio, aro spending soveral days
In Iluckoyo City tho guests of Mr.
Durbln's parentB, Mr. nnd Mrs. Simon
Supeilntcudcnt of Schools John S.
Alan went to Dayton, 0 this aftor
noon to attend a meeting of the execu
tive couini'ttee of tho Central Ohio
Teachers' Association.
Senator nnd Mrs. A, I.. Freehafer
and daughter of Council, Idaho, loft
Thursday aftor spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. West, West
Gambler street.
Mrs. Carl Semple nnd daughter, Vir
ginia, who have been visiting Dr. and
Mrs. V, F. Semple for several months,
left hist night Tor their homo, Okla
homa City, Oklahoma,
Mrs, J. II. Brewer has returned to
her home in .Mt. Vernon after an ex
tended visit with lolatlvos In Mil
waukee, .Mr. .. T. Cromley of East High
street went to Paulding, Ohio, Friday
morning to spond several days with
Mrs, Hunim Horn returned to her
homo In Utlen Friday noon after a
short visit with relatives In Mt. Ver
non, FARMS FOR SALE CO ncros, 3
miles from city, prlco ?3,500. Also a
stock and grain farm, containing 250
ncros, has four producing gas wolls.
Now 9-rooni dwolllng. Prlco ?B2 por
aero. Stream & Rimer, tf
Mrs. Itoso Batch, prosldent of tho
Ifith district, W. R. C, leaves tho 21st
of October for Mt. Vernon to nttond
tho district convention and to Inspect
the Mt. Vernon corps. Tho last wook
of Octobor Mrs. Hatch will go on a
tour of Inspection of tho corps of
Dresden, Zanesville, Phllo, Hosovlllo,
Uhrlohsvlllo, Gnndonhutton, Now Phil
adelphia, Canal Dovor and Cambridge
Coshocton Age.
For Infants and Ohildrou.
Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho
Awarded At 1010 rnlr Qf Knox County
Agricultural Society
The followlmr la a list of the lireml
nwuiileil nt tlio Fair held September,
by the Knox County Agricultural
norso nnu rony jjepnrimcnt
Horry Hros , $
Hurry II. Myers
W. O. Korns
2 50
2 00
J, XV. Hawk
T. .7. I'olaml '.....
J. It. I.nnu
J. 11, Watxon
Karl D.iiiRley
J. M. .Mills :
C. It. Jackson
Wm. II. Hrlckor , ...
V. I.. Itlnehnrt ...
S. T. Hrock ,..
J. H. Helmut ,
C. D. l:vcrH ,
Hob't. Glasgow i
Oco. drown ,,,
R. II, Our.sucli
II, C. Milt
I., 8. llnulilock
V. Ii. Ilaker
Geo. W. Hporry
J. F. Walker
C. C. Hunter ..,.
L. G, Simpson
Cattle Department
Scott It. I.y on ,
Albert Clow
Oscar Bpolin
D. 13. Whllels
L. H. Iirnddock
j; M. Wilson
J. V. Walker
Angora Goats
C. 11. Jackson .',,....
Total I
' Swlno
A. M. Cochran & Son,..,
ChuB. Sharp
Henry 11. Curtis ,...
Omnr I). Stephens
W. J'. Huff
Mrs. Geo. I. Morgan ....
Geo, Ilrown
Clins. K", Salisbury
Dr. W. S. Deeley
J. A. Spllzer
I.. W, Speelmau
O. II, Hanlesty ....
Chan. I,. Hcrmout
Mrs. CIiiih. II, Jackson .
Flovd Mahla
13. II. Goratich
9 00
Total ; 5 34.50
Grain, Seed nnd Vegetables
Olnev Metealf ' .75
W. I.. Schroder 40
Wm. George , 75
ChaH. K. Salisbury 3.15
A. W. Vauitcr 2.25
O. XV l.epley ,i 3.15
ueo. nesa s.-a
W. A. Cliappelour 1.00
John Nichols j 1. 23
J. AW Matheny , 50
XV. M. CarllHle L-... 1.00
Mrs. C. II. Jackson .... .2.1
is. u. names '. .,.. 1.50
' I:
Total , $ 10,60
Canned Fruit, Ktc. . ',
Mrs. N. K Adrian 7.00
Mrs. Geo. I. Morgan fi.00
Mrs. C. II. Jackson , .11.25
13. G, Unities 75
Mrs. O. M. Selcfrled ' 1.23
Mm. II, M. Phillips 1.50
Mr. Hinmii Kltumrd , 75
Mrs. 11. H. MeMnhon 5.23
Mrs. 1311a Calkins . 50
Kirk Illack, 50
I'. D. 1'iopcr 321
(J. II. Clark 1.50,
Wm. I.. Hell! nrier 3.23
John Nichols , 8.00
H. T, llrock t 2.50
Noble Weir ,V 3,25
C. J, llardln , 1,75
Total '...:, ,.;.$ 08.75
Household Fabrics, Etc.
Mrs. A. II. Snow , I.M)
T. IJ. Wiulo . 2.50
Mrs. T. U. Gaines ,,, 24.50
llertha II, Hays , u.50
Helen Louise Gordon ,... 4 IB
Mrs. r H. JiiekHon ,,,,, 50
Mrs. ItiiHu Martin 1,50
Mrs. Jess Itlnehnrt 2.50
Mrs. It. 13. Simpson , 2 50
Mrs. I-3, II. Harris 10
Mrs. 13, V. Nolen 500
Mrs. I), W. Goodell 0.40
Mrs. V M, Siegfried 10.00
Miss Itllla A. Veach 8.00
Isabel Sellers c 25
Catherine KnstcniHiy 2.50
Mrs. Harry 13. Cnnneis 15.25
Mis. W. I,. Mulntlro 2,00
Mrs. Jack Harris 1,50
Mrs. Louis Mtzenburg 4.00
Mrs. 13Hln Calkins 2.00
Anna Wells , 375
Mrs. I,. l Williams 1,50
Mrs, A. I-'. Htauffer 7.1
Mrs, Geo. V. Morgan 75
Mrs. I. J. Gault 1,50
Mrs, 13d Dover 1,00
Tainting, i;tc.
Anna Wells , ,,., fi!
W. M. Carlisle 2!t'7fr
Airs. 13. V. Nolan u
Mrs. T. V. Gaines 1,00
Mis, Geo. I'. Morgan : 3,75
Mrs, J. H. Itlngwajt 1,75
Nina Shlllletto ,,.. I.;!!""" 500
Children's Department
Cecil Hull 7B
Nlua Shlllletto ...,, -75
Do, $2 pi Shoes fnini I'nrr, Speelmen
01 Iff, Dr. .
7? A-,l:,.,t' A- A- DowiIh, Water Color.
Do, i.50doz. Photos, Miller, Dr, fm copy.
Catheilrm IC.istmay , i.ho
Do., Map IT, S ti Muslo Itoll, .Maulls.
Do., hihu. penmanship, $,5U silver pen
, holiler, F A, Clough.
Kdnii I Millar, JIM Shoes, Hob .t I.vbaigcr
lyii Win ley, $1.50 Perfume, W. F. Allen.
Klanor Snow, 2 Itlng, A. J, Henley .t Co.
Miss Itllla A. Veael .,, 2W
Alls. Geo. I. Morgaii f.iKi
Alls, C Al. Selgfrled ., iw
t ,.. ''"I Display ('rnf.)
J. , Ahern ,.,, , ;o.00
Chas, Sbaii ...,.,.. 10.00
Wood Carving
Alls. J. S. ItliiRwalt 75
Alls. T. J. Lindsay , 2 uo
Airs. T, I'. Gaines j'm
Fannv Jackson 5 o
Airs. 13. V. Nohin ;;oo
Isabel Sellers ) 3 00
I., a. Hhnpsnii ,.,,,, 2 (K)
Airs, Jess Itlnehnrt 2.'oo
Atrs. Iia Atwood , 8 00
Ilolun I.oiiIho Gordon t 200
Airs. C. 11. Jnrksoii 2,(10
Alary Huiwn , 1,00
.. , Orango Display .
Alllford Grunge .,,,, , ,,, ooo
Clinton Orange , 2500
Total J920.S5
Of Secretary of the Knox County Agrl
cultural Society.
Tho following Is tho report of the Secre
tary of the Knox County Agricultural So-
Ktviy nir mu ywir 111 i:ou
Oct. 23 sale of membership tlclc-
ets ,j 17,00
Oct. 23, borrowed money 175.00
Dee. 11, siilo of membership tick-
els , - s.KI
Jan. 15, per capita tax 555.3C
Juno 11. sqlo scoio ctud prlvllego.. 23.00
Aug. S, snlo of mcnihershlp tick- , r
.els ' 3.H0
Sept. 3, sale of membership tick
ets .: , 2,0a
Sept. i salt) of membership tick-
ets , sno
Sopt 8, stall lent.. . ... B.OO
Sopt !, sale of membership tick
ets 3.00
Sept . irnlo of membership tick
els .... woo
hept !), stull lent . . . 33 00
Kept 14, unto receipts 7S (XI
Sept II, Ceuterlleld receipts , 8 75
Kept H grand stand receipts 10.20
Sept ,. (jnto rectlpt8 ,, 1202.03
Kept 11, contertli Id iccolpts 20" 35
Kent 15, grand stand iccelpts.. ,. 38 70
Se)t 10, gate, n.tipts 1.13S.3B
Scpr 10, ceuterlleld . eelpts...' 3 25
Sept 111, grand stand lecelpts :, 47.00
Sepi 10. entry fet peed class 417.50
Total receipts $1,173.41
lwn . .
Nov 27, State Agil Society meiti-
herf"hlp ..,.,,.. 1.00
Do 4, .1. Al. AIHIs. premltini, omit- .
tod fiom list ,,. .....; 5.00
Dec. 13, II, C, Cutis, expenses to
Fienfolit, Ohio '8.40
1310 ' 1
J.1I1. 10, hnncitiot tkltet for delcfihto .
at Columbus. OI1I1 ') 1.00
Jim 15, F. H Al. Hank, noto 500 nnd
Interest. ' JS.67.. f... 50SG7
Jnn. 2.', Hop. Pub Co., stationery. 1
ctq vWO0
Jan. 23, C. II. Jnckson, delegate,, ex"
penses to Columbus, Ohio 5 25
Aug. 8, llowaul C Oates. postnge,
frtlglt, drnyngc and telephono.. 21.33
Sept. 10, II. I1. Edwin -R hauling.. 19,00
Sept. 17, Frank Mm tin, carpenter'
woik ,, 07.75
Sept. 17, C. G. Snow, bund music,. 37.00
Sept. 17. Low StnotK 3 days police.. COO
Sept. 17, Carl Sellers, 6 days labor
anu gateinan
Sept 17, Ivan Aluglll. 2 days pollco
Sept. 17 Clark Wolford, express
man ,.
Sept. 17, II, P. 13dwarils, 5 days
teaming ...,
Sept. 17, Chits, Ilaiiett, labor
Sept, 17, 13d. Uratz, labor
Sept. 17, Win. AInnn, 4 nights po-
ttna . . .
Sent. 17. John ltmnincl. lumber.... G0.S1
Sept. 17, Geo. Ilotkln, St dlnneis.,',, 1G.2Q
Sept. 17, Thos. Dvnian, 1U days -labor
-I.......'- -3.00
Sept. 17, wm. Hlssong, putting
tents, otcT. 10.00
Sept. 17, It. 13. McCiuie, 3 days
police G.OO
Sept. 17, J. IJ. Hlssong, 3 duys po
lice .... COO
Sept. 17, American Tiojtlng Asso
ciation, inombeisblp fee,..,, 23 00
Sept 17. Wm. AIcKejixle, 3 nlglits
police :., ',.....,. GOO
Sept. 20. V. I. Ddwards, 4 days la
bor, 3 dnvs police 11.00
Sept. 20, Guaranty Saw Ilk. &
Trust Co., note $175 Interest!
$9.51 , 1-M5I
Sept. 20, Guaranty Saw Ilk, &
Trilst Co, ill ft., Full- Pub, life.. 51.20
Sept. 20, Sun T.umhtr Co.,' lumber.. KMS
Sept 20, Hugh llotklti, llj days la
bor .,: 1 3-fiO,
Sept. 20, Mr. Coo. 3 days police..'.. .U)
Sept. 21, IIIiil Pros., haidwaro...- 10.3-S
Sept, 21, Hell Novelty Co., adw! . 1
Hlipplll-H ,',,, 500,1
Sept. 21', American Spoilsman, uI
veitlHlng '13.75
Sept. 21, II. F. tlnnlson I'lg. Co., ' .
supplies 3I.C0
Sept 21, Julius llendlngton, han
neis 13.50
Sent 21, C, 11. Jackson, expense of
Snndles, Judge .'..'.. 4 35
Sept 21, C. 11. Jnekson, hauling., .50
Sept. 21, I.. S. lliadlleld, straw.,. 31.9
Sept 21. liogai dnS & Co,,, 20 rods
wlro fence , -10.G0
Sent 21, Itep. Pali. Co,, premium
lists and 'advertising , 135.50
Sept. 21., A. II. Smith, labor 80
Sept. 21, Fiedcrlcktown Free Pi ess,
Adv ', 30.00
Sept. 21, C. O. Hawkins, -lent of
tent I.. , 10.00
Sept, 21, 13.-3.. Set-mil, stiaw 000
Sept. 21, Alex Klllott, rent of tent.. 5.00
Sept. Jt. D.iuvllle J.o.ider, mlv , l100O
Sept. 21, Wnterford Hand, music L
tuo days !..... 70 00
Sept. 21, Danville hand, music....... ,10 00
sept Ji, uiyoo iiaugiimnn, iickoc
seller three days ,
Stpt. 21,-Itollhi' Grtihli, gateniai
tin co davs ...,, i ,...
Sept. 21, Daniel Chndwlck,, gittf
man, tin eo days ,
Sept, 21, J, N. Hrnildock,,, ticket
seller, thieo davs.r ,,
Sept. 21, J II. Hone, giileman, 3
davs .............. .., ,...,,,.,
Sent. 21, Willis Helmut, gateinan,
thico days
Sept. 21, C, G. Weaver, ticket sell
er three days
Sent, 21, J, C. Scott, gatemnn thieo
Sept 21, Hay I3ai ley wine, gatoman
three davs ... ...
Sent 21, 13J, Hockley, gatoman 3
(IftVH 1. ...'
Sent. 21. Win. Hricker, G.1 .dinners.. 15.75
Sept. 21, J. K, Hutler, 3 days po
llco , GOO
Sepi, 21, Knox Lumber & Coal Co.,
lumber ...., . 51 CI
Sept. 21, Grubitugh, hauling
lumber .,-.. '.. ...'. 11.00
Sept. 21, V. U. Jones, advertising.. 11.00
Sept, 21, Lewis Scaihioiigh, 1 day
auto ailv
Sept. 21, Itev. Hrlnlnstool, lent of
tents ,
Sent. 21, Alt. Vernon 13lee. Light &.
ltv. Co. hauling, 5 loads
Sept, 21, Howard G. Gates, nilscol--Innenus
Items as per statement,.
Sept. 21, Alt. Veinon Ilanner, Ptg
and mlv
Sept, 21, C, C. aoodell; lumber....
Sept. 21. J. S. Helmut, 1 night po
llco , ,
Sept, 21, Geo Collins, 3 days pollco
Sept, 21, Peter D. Propner, labor..
Stpt. 21, Patrick, Put coll, clerk rnco
1 011 rse ,
Sopt. 21, It. C. Taylor, expeil Judge,
ponies , , , . ,
Sept, 21, 1). Metealf, hauling straw
Sept, 21. S. A. VIIIIams, expenses
to Columbus, Ohio ,,,
Sept. 21, ,1ns. Haxtcivpntrnl Judge,,
Sept. 21, F. 13. Hunter, 3 days mar
shal ,
Sepi. 21, Centeibuig Garotte, mlv,,
Unit. 21. 13. I,. iIIulTiiian. dlrectoiv
, 5.00
adv ..j 7.00
Premiums, class. W.85'
Pieiniums speed,',,' 1, '..... 1,707.50.
llimitlll times, liriviLTH lin -.-l "
ICtlll-V i
Sept, 21, Fiank VatiDemas, labor..
Sept, 21, Hai ton Ulnlr, 2 days ad-
vci Using
Sept. 21, Horse Journal, adv..,,,,.
Sept, 21, Olllco lent, 1 yenr
2 00
$5,021 51
Mrs. John K, Russell left this morn
ing for Dunkirk, Now York, for n visit
of a fow weuks nnd upon hor roturn
sho will bo nccomimnleil by her broth
er, Mr, ,Inuk Ilnrrior.
Scott's Emulsion
is the original has been
the standard for thirty-five
There are thousands of
so-called "justv as good"
Emulsions, but they are
not they are simply imi
tations which are never
as good as the original.
They are like thin milk
SCOTT'S is thick like a
heavy cream.
If you want it, thin, do
it yourself with water
but dont buy it thin.
rou saij: nv At.i.mtuoaisTa
Bond 1(W., namo of paper anil thta ad. for our
OouutlturButliiL-Hhank ana Glilld'a Skctch-llJok.
i.uch U nk i-tmtalna a CIocmI Luck IVnuy,
SCOTT & BOWNC, 409 Tcarl St, New York
Super's Friends Make Effort
to Break Slate.
Leaders Keep Delegates to Demo
cratlc State Convention In Roches
' ter Waiting While They Confer at
Hotel Senrca Platform Declares
. For Statewide Primaries, but Is Si
lent as to Plan Indorsed Denounce
Roosevelt's Attack on ('High Court.
Named by New York Demo
crats to Head State Ticket.
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Q 1910, by Amcilcan Press Association.
Rofoiestor, Nl Y., Oct. 1. The
jrjcmocratlc state convention finished
Its labors by nominating tho ticket
made up by Charles 1 Murphy, and
,Tho whole ticket, save governor,
was named by acelamtitlon, Dlx re
ceiving -134 votes to 1G cast for Wil
liam Sulzer.
Tho 'balloting did not begin until a
late hour, but the'slato prepared at a
conference of leaders at' tho Hotel
Seneca was given out early In tho
At '9:54 Charles F. Murphy came
Into the hall ' with Cohalen, Cram,
Shcehan, Morgan J. 0'J3rlen and Fin
ucano of Monroe. Everybody was up
In an Instant. Tho' band lot go with
a crash, "Tammany," of course, but
there was little cheering, and at 9:b9
Perman"nt Chairman Herbert P. Dls
soil slammed tho gavel which
brought tho convention o order.
Tho ticket follows;
For Governor John A. Dlx of Al
bany. For Lieutenant Governor Thomas
F, Conway of Clinton.
For Secretary of State Edward
Lasansky of Kings.
For Comptroller William Sohmer
of Now York.
For State Engineer John A. vnBen
sol of Now York. v
For Treasurer John J. Kennedy of
For Attorney General Thomas F.
Carmody of Yates.
For Associate Jus'tlce Court of Ap-pculs4-Freduric'k
K. Collins, Che
mung. Tho platform contained tho follow
ing planks: Statewide direct pri
maries, but no particular plan In
dorsed; constitutional ame-idmeu't
providing for tuts direct nomination
of United States senators; employ
ers' liability law; etiual and uniform
taxation; denunciation of Roosevelt
for attack on supremo court bench;
attack on tho Hughes administration
for extravagance; Income tax and
tariff reform.
8on 8lays .Father.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 1. A shocking
tragedy was enacted when James
Llda, 60, was shot and Instantly kill
ed by his son. According to the re
forts received hero young Llda was
Colng to the homo of his father when,
the latter, wltn a drawn gun, ex
claimed, "If you have anything to
ray, say it," and Instantly the son,
bulling cut a pistol, fired at his fath
er, tho lattor falling dead, Domestic
troubles led to the homicide.
In Now York city bread la now b
lug sold by weight.
It coats Franklin county, Ohio,
$7,000 a yoar to pay damages to per
sons bitten by mad dogs.'
Urldgoport, ,b has an epidemic of
triplets, threo sots having arrived
within the past -fow weeks,
Qulncy Shepard, 21, and SHerman
Bhopard, 19, were killed near Chicago
when their nutomobllo was hit by a
traction car.
At Chicago Miss inoz Oiarton, 23,
shot and fatally wounded Walter
Itoborts when ho refused to pay for
Bomo clothes sho had cloaned for
iS '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Silas Parr leave Sat
urday evening to spend Sundny wltl
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Neer nt, nutlcr.
Mrs. William Shotip nnd Miss Win
nlfred Piatt wcro visitors In Hownra
on Frl'dtfy.
Mrs. William Shotip of Washington,
D. C Is tho guest of Mr. W. II. Piatt
ahd family, East Hamtramck street.
Miss Loretta Taughcr of East Ham
tramck street went to Columbus Sat
urday morning to spend soveral days.
Mrs. Alico Hill and Mrs. Martha
Ewlng will leave Saturday evening
for Washington. D. C, to make an ex
tended visit with relatives.
Uov." G. A. Rceder left Saturday af
ternoon for Sandusky, O., whoro ho
will deliver a sermon nt tho Son
dusky M. E. church oil Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Gordon and daughter,
Miss Helen Gordon, went to Colum
bus Friday evening to spend several
days with Mrs. H. H. Ensmlnger.
Mr. Winchester Faust of Chester
street went to Canton Saturday after
noon to spend several days with rel
atives. Mrs. Wilklns and Mrs. Cleveland
who have been visiting Mr. and Airs.
Henry Falrchlld for several weeks,
left today for their home, Greenville,
South Carolina.
Miss Anna Purcell left Saturday
morning for Cleveland after a visit
wjth relatives In Mt. Vernon.
Miss Mary Bennington of Mt. Ver
non has resigned her position ns man
ager of tho Gambler telephone ex
change. '
Miss Caroline Jennings of Woostor
avenuo went to Columbus Saturday
morning to remain over Sunday with
Miss Iva Krlng, telephono operator
at tho llrandon exchange, returned to
resume her duties after spending a
month with lier'parcnts in Condlt.
Mr. Grovor Wander and Mr. Otlo
Knylor, who are attending college at
Woostor, are sponVllng several days
with their parents at 'Danville.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Purbdugh and
sons, Clarence and Leon, nnd Mr, nnd
Mrs. Fred Cple aro visiting Mrs. Colo's
parents at Howard.
Miss Florence Murray of Chatta
noogn, Tennessee, Is tho guest of her
cousin, Miss Nellie Crltchfleld, East
High street.
Mrs. E. L.Grftnt returned to her
homo In Wheeling, West. Va., Satur
day noon after a several days' visit
with relatives In Mt.' Vernon.
Mrs. Jennie Campbell .returned to
Chicago Saturday morning after an
extendod visit with relatives In Mt.
Mrs. Newton Giles left this morning
for Parkersburg, W. Vn where sho
will join her husband and make her
future homo.
Mrs. Joseph Header, who has been
visiting hor grandmother, Mrs. Dellla
McPetors, will return to hor homo In
Cleveland on Sunday.
At a special meeting of Clinton
Chapter, No. 2C, It. A. M., held Friday
ovonlng the Mark Master degree was
conferred upon a number of candi
dates. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Elder nnd four,
children loft Saturday morning for
their home In Fullerton, California,
after an extended visit with relatives
In nnd nenr Mt. Vernon.
Miss Qosslo Clark of Akron was
tnken to tho Mt. Vernon Medicnl and
Surgical Sanitarium on Saturday
morning, whero sho will remain for
somo tlmo to take treatment.
Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
Is quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Onco.
It cleanses, soothes,
bonis and protects
llin fllconanrl mnm-
brnue resulting from Catarrh and drives
away nOold in tholload quickly, ltestores
tho Souses of Taste and Braoll. Full size
fiO cts. nt Druggists or by mnll. Liquid
Oream Bnhn for uso in atomizers 75 cts.
Illy Brothers. CO Warron Street. Now York.
What 'Prof. Shaw, tho Well-Known A en
culturlot. Sayo About It: ' "
I would oonor mlws cattle In Wrotorn
vanaaa tnan in ttto corn wit or
urn uuitea btnt Ob.. J06U
11 dumper nnd cllimitu
I hotter for tho puri-cw.
Ilonr market will Ira
iroo muter tnnn jour
furniAra will iirntlnon thn
Uupplicfl. WhYnt ran lo
eritnn up louiou-Tiiimr
nllul (SjO mllea linrtfi ot
the International bound
nrrl. Your vacant J ft ml
will he taken at a ruto
beyond promo nt concep
tion. Vie hat a enough
PMipIo In tho. United
Rf atf-a Minn a uhn vnnt
hornet to tuko up this land." Nearly
70,000 Americans
v!ll enter nmlmnkotticlrlmmcN-t
In Wi'tftorn Cmiudit till )rnr
ll)Ol iirmlure-d another large
crop of whi'ut.onttt mid hntlcr.
In mhtltluii to which tlio cattlo
exnorU n ftn Iiuhiciiho Itoiu.
UUtlo raising, dairying, inlxml
fnrmlng nnd uruln k row hie In tho
pnnliKCa of JManlloba, biuUut
tlu'H mi nnd Alhcrtn.
l'n-o humcttU'iitl niil pro-ciup
tlon Jiruntii uswo.l ua Undo hold
hy rnllwnr and land compnoin.v. ii
l-rmhlo home fur million.
AthiDtnlilo noU, IlciUilul (,1t
imuc, si) lend hi vchonU mut
churchen. ami jrcoU rnllunrn.
?ior aottlcp' mtce, cUM;ritho
lt'-raturo "Jipt Jtpkt Wn-t,'1 htw
o reach tho oonntry nnd other par
tltniluw wrllu i linn't' t 1-T.i 1.
luiuMi, uiiuwHi vunnuo, or u me j
luuuinq umemmeni Arent,
413 (aiMncr Midi:..
Toledo, Ohio
fUnemhlrcmi iicmrvnt yon) iI)
Cured by LydiaE.Pinkhara's
Vegetable Compound
Galena, Kans. -"A year ago last
March I fell, nnd a fow days after
there was soreness In my right sido.
In a short time a bunch camo and it
bothered me so much at night I coukl
not meep. it kep
crowing largor ana
by fall it was as
large as a hen's egg.
I could not go to
bed without a hot
water bottle applied
to that side. I had
ono of tho best doc
tors in Kansas and
ho told my husband
that I would have to
bo operated on vs it
was somothiiiK like
a tumor caused by a rupture. I wrote
to you for advice and you told me not
to get discouraged but to tako Lydia
E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound.
I did take it and soon tho lump in my
3ido broko and passed away." Mrs.
11. U. Iluirr, 713 Mineral Ave.. Galena,
Lydia E. Plnkham's vegetable Com
pound, mado from rodts and herbs,
has proved to bo tho most successful
remedy for curing tlio worst forms of
female ills, including displacements,
inllammation, fibroid tumors, irregu
larities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration. It costs
but a trifle to try it. and tho result
has been worth millions to many
suffering women.
If yon want special advice write
is free nntl always ,heli)f til.
& Our latch-Sfrlng
is ui
You are always welcome In
our store whether you pur
chase or not. It's a genuine
pleasure to us to show you
our new styles; for we pride
ourselves In being the first
ones to Introduce the new
shoe styles each season.
Ralston Shoes this season
are better values than ever
the makers have outdone
themselves. You'll think so
when you see them.
FI8H &
Mt. Vernon, O.
The Electric
Col. V. J. 0'Roark
Cry Sales any place In Ohio, or ad
Joining States
Registered stock of. any kind a
specialty. Terms reasonable. Any
one wishing my service can secure
dates by calling on Boll phono 54
W., or Citizen 'phono at Mnuls Liv
ery barn, Westervlllo, Ohio.
Hiulil O. Cqsh, whoso residence in un
known, but whoso last known residence
was CIiIciiro, Illinois, is liereby notlllod
Unit Mary A, Ciihi 1ms MeJ her petition
In tho Common Pleas Court of Knox
county, Ohio, against lilm for divorce ami
other vtiultablo ipllof. Said cause 'will bo
for lioailnc on or ufter tlio lOtli day of
November, 1110. '
Dated, September 2fl, 1910.
Attorney for I'lulntirf.
Gold Etedal P7our makes delicious boned
tuO. ' IUioda.

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