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TtpS ?JW , V " . . IW h? ' . ( I: ; 1 t i t . ,v. P4 U Win' " ? it r w n e s IMiMtaiteMMilili It MMBUWBtf V- ft' i ,1 t anni?T, . SEMI-WEEKLY : No. 6 MONUMENT 8QUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO kWbllsticd Tuesday Morning anil Friday Mornlnc bj t i - STEPHEN J. DORQAN Lessee and Publisher tared at the postofllct), Mt. Vernon,, Uox county umo, km eeconu uiass uui aW. ., MMerlpUon Kat $1.60 per je tirlctly : adTanca. JUtolutlopr of Respect, Obituaries a4 Card c( Thanks, six cents per Itae. . TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 14, 1919 COURT NEWS j mmt .Edward Wood, nrrestod by SliurlfT Mbsholder In Newark, wns charged with the unlawful sale of Intoxicating liquors as a boverngQ before Probata Judge Wllklns Into .Monday nftcrnnon. The affidavit was mado by Deputy 8he(rlft U. II. l.ytlo. Wood entered a plea of not guilty and will hdve a jury trial beforo J lid go Wllklns on Nov. 3. Wood's bond wis fixed at $2",0 and ho was released on his own recognizance. -U will bo necessary' to empanel a ,. special Jury to sit In the case. ' bfflcers allege that Wood rurnlslicd fhtoxlcatlug lienor to n trusty ht tho Ohio State Sauatorluui. o Motion Filed "In the case of .I'olin 0. Parker vs. Jesse II. White,' a motion to strikp out certain parts of the petition was filed by tho attorneys for tho defend ant In tho court of common pleas on Tiicsdny. Tho defendant Is represent ed by D. H. Hyatt and Kobort 1.. Cnrr. 0 f . Account Filed A first and final account has been Died In probate by .lames Israel '"mid ,K. O. 'Arnold, administrator!! of Satti-i ucl If. Israel, showing tho following: Ilecelved $338,943.11, paid out 'tho' samo sum. o ' Petition Is Filed ' A petition to sell real estate lias boon II led In tho probate court' by Sadlo K. ICmsweller, guardian of rtochef Harrington, vsi Her Wnrd. "'" Guardian Ordered A guardian has been ordored for Julia A. Shaw In the probato court of 'tfii8x 'county. " Recount Confirmed Tho second ami Dual account of William A, ' Honack, ' administrator ot Jesse W. Itlchards, has been con llrnied by the probato court of Knox county. o Marriage License Arthur .1. Matthews Jr., draftsman, and Veronica (I. l.eo, steuograplor, both ot Mt. Vernon. Rev. Lawrence W. Mulhane. Real Estate Transfers Ida II, Hoovler to .1. II. Miser, par. col In llrown, ?i."00. Charles II. Clark to V. A. Wilson, parcel In Clinton, 1 12.",. Walter II. Mosholdor. sheriff, to Juines France, parcel In .Mt. Vuriion, Klorrlo 10 ICrolCt to Until Vanattu, parcel in city, $100. Walter II, Mosliolder, sheriff, to A. I. Dalrymiile, liul acres In Liberty,' ir,ooo, Albert 1). Dalrymple to O. C. Adhl limn, parcel In Liberty, $1. 'rMoRoph Halo to Albeit D.'Dalrymph. liarcel In ljberly,'?l. o U. 8. Army Discharge Thomas l Stltt, n Knox county sol dier, tiled his discharge paper for rec ord In the olllco of the Knox county' recorder on Tuesday. - ,. .Contract Let Tho Knox coii'ily commlsulonors, nt their session Monday, awarded ono .. .VC7,j,'ri"" -- .. i , ,,. ir- .umnrrnnt "l N K .vkihr ' wairiKivpn 11 vT" " - - vr-f -,- ,?- --. contract to construct a portion or tno Charles Hague bridge in Jackson township for $C0O. o In the court of common picas Tuesday morning the docket ot tho October term was called by .ludgo Park D. 'Illalr. Tho following cases wero disposed of: Emma Frederick vs. II. M. Allen et al. Hovlvcd In file name of tho exec utrix'. Fred Fnrrls, executor, vs. iD. M. Ilrumbach Settled at cost of plain- ;.'John II, Maffet. vs; .William Dugan et al. Settled, each party to pay ono half tho costs. " U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co. vs. Miller Salo confirmed and deed or f JlnrJ' A. Anderson vs. Walter En gelhart Nuno pro tunc order. lamina uostaiio vs. ai. u. Figntmas- ter Settled. Jesse Splra vs. Jacob Qohrlns Set tled at cost ot plaintiff. V. I,. Flshor vs. Thomas .Hackley Dropped from doclot. " lCmelliio, Kiinkle vs. II. E. Fletcher Dismissed at cost, of plaintiff. Iloss M. Stl.tt vs. Karl Hall Dis missed at cost ot plaintiff, ; Wlllard F. Main vs. T. n. Jacobs Dismissed. ' .Frank llarker vs. Ida McDonald Off docket. , J, F. Dodd vs, J., .W. ,Noffslnger Leavci to plead. '"'' 'J- i Dorcas A. Lynch vs. Clifford Mc drudor Dismissed at cost ot plain tllT. ' , In ro Detonton of Clyde jCroston Dismissed nt cost' ot plaintiff. ;' . Jnmes II. Tlio'mpsrtii V's. Kenyon College Leave to answer In 10 days. n Indictments Nollied In the case of the Stale of 01io vs. Dr. Waldo II. Alorrlinan, charged with perfonnliiR an abortion, the Indict ment was nollied by Judge Illalr In I he court of common pleas Tuesday at tho request of tho prosecuting at torney. Morrlinan was tried once nnd convicted, but a new trial was grant ed by tho court. In tho case of tho State of Ohio vs. (Harry llorton, tho Indictment was also nollied by the court at tho re quest ot the prosecuting attorney. Widow Elects Mary Mendenha'll,' widow ot Nicho las Mendenliall, has 'elected to tuko Under tho will in probate court. o Inventory Filed William L. Itobinson. executor of Lorn llowo Robinson, has filed an in ventory and nppralsomont In probate court, showing the following: Per sonal ' proporty ' f 124fi,"Claims' ?2122.47 Infill f33(!7.47. o Appointment Made Cathorlno Ilonl has been appointed administratrix of George W. Iloal, glvliigbpinUln the .sum ot J8000(lwltli i.oanner .Hiniin anu-u U. Mitcholl'as sureties. "' The appraisers are J. H.' Iloss, .1. O, McArtor and Charles Per ry. o Account Filed A llrst and final and distributive ac count has boon filed In probato by Harold Payne, administrator ot Grant Payne, showing the following: Ho colved $ 1,!)2l. sri, paid out the samo sum. o Marriage License , Paul Engel, rubber worker, Harbor Ion, O., and Dolpha Ellon Smith, lrlnk llavon. Itev. JrA. Long. o Real Estate Transfers II. T, Happ to Hud Majors, parcol in (linn, $1. ' L. U, Eviiiih to William Sfoan", par cel In Morris, $1, 4 Fred Spangler to Susfo JiirVls, iiY eel In Falrvlow, $1, William G, . Sloan -t6 Uobbrt iul i.-ii i(imi, ii.ucui in niori'18, fl. William 0. Rockwell to'.JohiURIdgti way, parcol in Clinton, Jl. , Walter Engolhai:t to Frank Coch ran, parcol In city, $1. Curtains and Draperies Of All Materials and Styles j ' ' 7VZ w Jl 1 wis'-, risp- A fioti waaUorn Tuesddy to Mr.and Mi's. William Grubaugltf ot i,ock. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilobort Edgar; of Duckoyo City, Tues day morning. A dnitglitcr was born Monday oven lug to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Slmpklns ot North Mulberry street. A dnughter was born Tuosday to Mr. and Mrs. Harper Ityan ot Dlad-onsburg, IIA1 :flfrmMit4tom tIUkfJfS (aBHMBsJI msm Do you wish your BICYCLE Repaired? Do you wish your TALKING MACHINE Repaired? Do yon wish your FURNITURE Repaired? Do you wish your PIANO or FURNITURE Ref hushed? v Have You Anything In Light Machinery that you wish repaired?" We are now thoroughly equipped with high grade men to take care of your wants in the above items. We invito your continued patronage. The L. C. Penn Cq. 13 East High Street (Telephone 548) ' V I mft "L i J: Let us now turn our .thoughts "to renewing the charm of your rooms by calling, your attention to a new display of Curtains and Draperies which we have just received. ,The least expen sive, yet the most important item is the one of new curtains and draperies. With this in mind we have prepared to give you larger assort ments this year than ever and at very tempting prices. A. few of the new arrivals are: Special Values, in Curtains Filet Net Curtains Heavy thread net, curtains, 2V,yards- long, full width iuid llnishcd. with pretty lace edging; a very Bpcclal d o value at, the pair i . . . P Filet Net Curtains ' Made of n. finely woven net; good neat bordered designs and small figured Centers; cluny laco edges; tf"7 ?! tho pair ......y... ...... $6.00. $0.60 & J I ,OU Voile Curtains'$Z.OO- A special sale of 100 pairs of well madO'Vollo curtains. Some are made with laco edges others have "filet motifs with de signs in embroidery; a real bargain; get yours now; the pair ....; ......'. "taResTo'sii ion Hi Mr. Herbert W. Fish of Gamblor lott today for Amps, Iowa, whoro ho will be employed In n bank. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Us For Over 30 Years Al ways bears the Signature of & i ) "7T, '- ' "Aft I'M', INL.iL W.SM11H! General Auctioneer R.D.4 MT, VERNON, , OHO Phone 2073-L $2 Marquisette Curtains, $2.00 $2 30 pairs homstltched curtains, well mado from a highly mer cerized marquisette; plain two-inch hem; special, the pair Pretty New Draperies CnlnroA Mnirnt New colored madras In boautiful, lustrous 3 and 4 color . uuiiiuiiiuiiuiia; inusu uro suituuio lor ovururap- O T J CZ eries or portieres, the yurd .',,"."..'..? tHSj Scotch Madras These pretty now doslgns in pink, bluo and yellow on cream grounds make very desirable curtains for dining room, bed room or library; tho colors aro wasliablo; 7C tlie yard . -'., I DC Colored fifi- 4 Light and dark shades of pink,, bluo, brown, etc., in pretty all-over patterns; i ' d tho yard OUC Cretonnes And Terry Cloth In now., patterns and rich colorings; Cro- tonnes, per yard '. 3Qc TO $1.25 Terry Cloth, per yard... '. $1.25 Filet Nets Those Fllot Nets aro mado of hoavy thread Egyptian yarns. There aro four now patterns In whlto, cream and s y ecru; tho yard '. OOC (I (LdwthMu Goods tv ammmmm j ; t -mh- t j - rilTi i uwr ,.i ,r. x i Mum0'' WP PROTECTION Our massive Safety Deposit Vault Is protected by fire proof walls two feat thick, big .strong , double steel doors, a time lock. the same as the cash vault, all l night illumination, an electric burglar alarm' system and In spection every thirty minutes by watchman. WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE James Israel, President. B. D. Herron, Vice Pros. EUsfi- V" nb"VM III i" '" M ...J Rupture Expert Here Seeley, Famous in This Specialty, Called to Mt. Vernon T. H. Seeley ot Chicago and Phila delphia, the noted truss expert, will personally bo at tho Curtis Hotel and will remain In Mt. Vernon, Wednes day only, Oct. 22nd. Mr. Seeley says: "The Spermatic Shield will not only retain any case ot rapture perfectly, but contracts the opening in 10 days on tho average case.- This Instru ment received the only award In Eng land and In Spain producing results without surgery. Injections, medical treatment or prescriptions. Mr. See ley has ' documents from tho. United States Government, Washington, D. C, for inspection. All charity cases without chargo, or If any interested call, he will be glad to show samo without chargo or fit them If doslred. Business demands provent stopping at any other placo In this section. S,. Every statement in this no has been verified before the Fed- and State Courts. F. H. 8eeley. .X .1G.7S-. . -.' I 1J The Time To Buy Stoves Is Here . SEE .OUR SUPERIOR LINE OF Cook & Heating Stoves FOR COAL, WOOD OR GAS. , . ALSO THE FINEST LINE OF COMBINATION RANGES , In the city our -prices are right look through our store you will' find many useful articles for the home. Full line of .' ' ' HARDWARE, PAINTS, OIL - . AND VARNISH - BIRD BROS. ra iStoL Public Sate p. tlce iraL ,-Tll-- JJ 500 Shocks 1 . ' Good Corn Wednesday, Oct 22, 1919 One O'Cldck, P. M. Sale on premises known as tho Sarah Anne South rami, 2 miles southeast of Hunts on 'the New ark and Mt. Vernon road. ' , -; TERMS Cash: ' ' -' ";' C. C. Bone FRANK HUNTER, Auctioneer. mm j i ' o A. U JM -MW We are Childien's Shoe Fitters We give an unusual amount of attention to Children's Shoes. We know we must please the children with the shoes and satisfy the parents with the value. Subbqrn strength is an important feature in Children's Shoes? You'll find it in ours. You'll find too that the inside of the shoe is smoothly finished to avoid any discomfort. Everly No. 3 SOlTH MAIN STREET Mt. Vernon, Ohio. -?rr Rheumatism ;,'; Is A Horrible Disease It grows worse day. by day, creeping throughout the blood causing great pain and swell- -Ing first In one joint. andMimb and then another. Once it gets a hold It causes the victim .... to grow old looking and crippled. Take heed now. At the first sign of rheumatism get a bottle of TAUQHER'S 2242. This reliable prescription has relieved thousands' of this dreaded disease and It will do the same for you. Try a dollar bottle today, every. bottle Is guaranteed and it may save you a long sick spell and much expense. TAUGHBR'S DRUG STORE EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE .. fr ,cA lwwHBiilBH::BBSHIill15 MMMlIil:l;il!liJlgM:L.. ' StevernShoeS For Today and Tomorrow i .Market conditions may force the price of shoesup or down. The ever-increasing wage scale, and the law or sup ply and demand are responsible for this. These factors have created high prices and a de mand exceeding the present supply of Good Footwear but we are not attempting to get the highest possible, price. -v ' .' -.: t- ,. . We believe this is the way to hold old customers and create new ones. Not ly (o hold them now, but asJongas wecon-tinuo lo ask fair prices-. and keept qualify of SevernS.hoeS at .their present high standard. OUR GUARANTEE '.':. We guarantee our .shpes are inanufacture.d of best quality leather, stitch' with best quality thread, of bcfjtgrade'.p.f sole .jeather, and made by : Ayorkim skilled in the highest degree in the art'of shoe.inaking. AVe guarantee theiil'fi. y, and will replaco any pair which tails to give reasonable wear, on account , -v. defective material or workmanship. 1 he beverns ohoe btott ,' ' Next to Vine Theatre i'GroundGrippers" . ( ". jt i in in mwwww wcSv. .Hv. ' .M ,, &-tH'tiAj.'i ..'.i.J .W. '. i. i .itiJ&3ni ' $& x,,xf M m ii i "'