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Each had sornq personal contact with oftlutua and men, and in evory quarter the opin ion was expiesaed that whllg main talnlhg their official dignity thoy were. th one Southern jackla expi eas ed it, "mighty good folks." One warm afternoon the King with Admiral Long, Captain McCaulcy and a nieuibcr of his suite waa playing "deck tennis." All the men were ox pettn tit the game, and the play wnB so close the king manifested 'the deepest Interest. At length It came the King's turn to servo, and,' looking the field over, ho' removed his blouse" of a lieutenant general, and lesumcd play in his shirt bIccvob.' It happed? ed that an official photographer was handy, and tho scene wns preserved for pbaterity. ' Queen Elizabeth is an accomplished photbgrapher, and haa taken .many photographs Dlnco coming on board. She knows light effects, position and all thp other things which moat ama teurs luck, and whilo in Druasola keeps one man pretty busy develop lug' and printing her pictures, Dur ing tho games between tho King undj hl filunds she got a number ot snaps, and was hoi self photographed one day whllo sho focubed her cameih on the royal party. It was apparent from thu beginning ot tho voyage that the Queen was not to appear prominently In the news re- j ports, It being made known to the. coriespondcntH that alio did not par ticularly care for publicity of the In- t mute sort. Hut she did not bide herself, going to all parts of the Bhlp and manifesting tho liveliest Interest in the sailors and soldiers. I ' : In company with her lady In wait ing, Cointqs9 Carman-Clilmay, she visited tho alckbay, and expressed her sympathy for the men who were 111. ' Hor expeiienco in the Belgian hospi tals duilng tho war told her tho sick-, I bay vas Ideally equipped and spleh- dldly conducted, mid she congratulat-. ed tho mcdlcla foice In charge. I In hot ap.iitiuciiti the Queen main- talned the atmosphere of her home, land one offlceis who dined with I tho royal family said of it afterward: MIMilMMWMaMMlM4tMUfeaM ' "It wiihJuji? llko going into tho home of any other v ell-bred family. The King and Quocn made ua feel at ease, and (n five inlnutes wo woio all chatting away just as wo would If wo were at tho (able of one of our old friends. To me It seemed that lliuso royal pcoplo of llttlo Belgium wore cultured and refined and very human. I will remember that dinner aa ono of the moat pleasant oxpeiiencea of my military life." One day on board an officer having been selected- to dlno with the King missed his invitation, and not know ng of the honor went as usual to the" big mess roonnfor hi "evening meal. He had Ju3tl'ieateii his fill when the courier catmS tp tell him the royal family was awaiting him In tho din lirg room. Ilejiad dined sumptuous ly, but there' Was nothing cl3o for It, and he bad' to eat another dinner. Queen Elzlbeth wmi the hcartn ot the sailors yjieh sho appeared at tho games in hdnbr of her Son wearing ono T tho lit'tle'i'ound whllo hats tho jackieri llkc so .well to wear In sum mer,. She hud tit aped It w'fth a whflo veil, but through the gae the sail ors saw tho mark of their rank, and they were Immensely pleased., Wlhce Leopold saw all thero was to see about the ship. He Is still a student nt Eton, but was given leave In order that ho might accompany his parents to America. Ho la a quiet, bright-eyed boy of 18, with h pleasant smile and a perfect command of Eng lish. Ho is fond of athletics, but ad' mittod ono day, while chatting with the correspondents on deck, thai ho la an expert In none, ills oyea sparkled when asketl what ho moat dcalred to see In Am'rlca, and 'he promptly an swered tho "Rocky Mountains and tho delta of the Mississippi." Prince Leopold lias no position in the army, other than that of t pri vate soldier in the Twelfth Infantry, tho uniform of which he wears. Hla blouse Is cut to tho regulations, and en hla slcevo aro tho numoials "12." When ho has completed his classical education In England, it is understood he will enter the Belgian military 'onlliin.. ),H.i .. 1. 1.1. V, i.Vlt , '..1I..I fale to n commission, Until then, how ever, ho Is "PrrvMe, tho Duke W ilia-biint." A Beautiful Womfcn Do you know that a beautiful wo man always has u 'good digestion? If your digeatfon la faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take nn occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25c. ATTENTION, COMMITTEEMEN Tho Knox county Democratic cen tral committee wilt meet with the county memorial committee at tho Chamber of Commerce, Mt.' Vernon, on Saturduy, Oct. l, at 1:36 p. m. Every member of the committee ia urgently requested to attend. WILLIAM M. BANNING, I S, n. ttOTSIIAl.L, Chairman. Secretary. 17 Later fWs, More ttellfablt YtaWs Tlrv 'in H 'unnr ' Jj lXxlo W. C. AOCKWEI& , FARM LAND CO. Ettobllthtfd 1010 Buy, Sell 'and 'Exchange Knox , Couny Pa'rms As a reault of our effort scoros of fai'ms haVo been sdld. 'reaching Hehrly oVery Bectlon 'of $he county, and hundreds of thousands of dol- lal s have -thus changed hands. . Both buyer and seller are"8ftVed much time and annoyance, and many dealB hre closet! that never would have been consumated other wise. ' If you have a farm for tale, or are In the market for one, we are at your service. u TITLES EXAMINED THEB MT. VERNON O. On the Square Over the Bank What Wc Say for the norence Stove Tho only jointlcss leg- bottom mid l)nso with full radintiop and lai'Ro ash pan that is on the market or has over been made in the history of the stove industrv. The jitles.s leg bottom and base makes the stove air-tight below the grate, which is the only true fire-keeping principle. II will l)o as good a fire keeper twenty vears hence as it is toda'v. .' i The Hot Blast Aii'-TightororiceVwiU heat twice the space that can be heated by any other stove o'n earth at one-half the cost. I The only perfect floor heater that is or has been made. All features are patented and no stove manufacturer, dealer or user can copy or use same until the expiration of. the pat ent without incurring liability for an action lor damages. i ' j "Will burn a ton less of hard coal than a hard coal Base Hurner of the same si.o and heat 1 wico the space. i Til 13 HOT BLAST AIT? - TKJUT KKOUrlNCM'J burns soft coal or slack and all the smoke and gasqs. No filling up of the stove, pipe or flue with soot. No dirt inside or outside the house. It will burn hard coal and all the gases which escape from the hard coal has? burner, ft will burn wood and sawdiiR wot or dry. It will produce one-half less ashes htm any other stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed coal. At the oik of the season's use, with soft coal, there will bo no soot in the pipe or flue. THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION If you need a gas heater we can fill the bill with the best the market affords. Wo sell Clarland Stoves and Ranges for gas and tho Toledo & Born Steel Ranges for coal all are classed as the Florence heater, as to) uotchers. " iif )t 1 We lay, bily a Hot Blast Florence Soft Coal Heater and save one-half your coal bills. The FLORENCE will do it Askany of the happy comfortable people if every claim we niake for the HOT BLAST, AIR TIGHT FLORENCE is not actually fulfilled to the very letter. Here are some of the people to whom we have sold Florence Hot Blatt Air - Tight Stoves who may be within easy reach of you. Ask them any of them, or all, for that matter, how they find the Florence performs, then draw your own conclusions. We actually believe no other heater approaches it if we thought otherwise we would leave no stone upturned until we got its superior to sell. Ala're, H. M., Frederlcktown, O. Ansel, James, 204ia N. Chester. ,, Allen, Henry, Columbus Rd. Ayers, Bruce, Oak St. , ' Ayers, H. C, Gambler, O. Alexander, L. F., 616 E. 6urtfe 8t. Allen, Ralph, Howard, Ohio. Baker, Geo., 512 N. Sandusky 8t. Bryant, Wm. B., Luzerne, O. Btbury, AP, L., .pqpvHJe, Or, ,,u,vi Baker, Geo., B12 N. 8anduiky St. ( BlubauQh, Guy, 751 E. Vine St. Brubaker, Chas., 813 E. BurgeM St. Bottomfleld, W. L., Centerburo, ."P." ' ' Bell, Arthur C, Bangs, Ohlb. ' ' Black, H. C, Frederlcktown ,Bd;jt .'ft ' Braddock, C. N., Wooster Rd. ( Brock, Howard, Quarry 8t. Belt, JeremJah, Amity Rd. Bauohman, L. U 709 W. Burge 8t. Bell, J., Bang Ohio. Barber, T. B., Martlnsburg Rd."' " Boye, W. J C01 N. Mulberry Bishop, M. O., Five Corners Blackburn, A. B., Martlnbsurg, O. Buroer, J. W Martlnsburg, O. Buxton, Fred, 106 N. Sandusky Bell, Guy, Green Valley Rd. Burrls, Thos., 905 W. 8ugar 8t. Buxton, H. R., 406 N. Mulberry. Brasaeur, E. J., Columbus Rd. Bartlett, d., 12 Elizabeth 8t. y Boggs, Coleman, Bladensburg, O. !p Berrler, M. L., 615 W. Gambler J ' Blair, T. P., Falrvlew Add ,. Burton, J. L., Green Valley Rd. Jt ! Blue, Harry, Delaware Rd. ,, Briscoe, Minnie, Columbus Rd. Butcher, Warren, Sychar Rd. Bradfleld, W. B., Mt. Liberty y Bailey, W. A., Frederlcktown, O. g Bcwmnn, Jas., Bladensburg, 0. ' ( Bishop, Orln, Frederlcktown, O. v 1 Beeman, Edythe, Kelly Add. ' Bowman, Laura, Martlnsburg, O. II Burkholder, Belleville Rd. Blubaugh, L., Columbus fid. Bpown, J. O.i Gambler, Ohio. Bretitllnger, F. N., 1015 W. Vine 8t. , Banning, Lake, Banning Rd. Banbury, C. F., Danville, 0. Bradfleld, T. J.r Danville, O. i Bollng, I., Monroe Mills. .-' Burke, Fred 405 Walnut 8t. Clements, Ben, N. Sandusky 8t. Chrlstman, Arthur, Brandon, O. Chrlsman, Arthur, Brandon, O. Chambers, F. E., W. Gambler 8t. Crltchflcld, Geo., Bangs, O. ' Cooper, John, Delaware Rd. Colvlll, C. 0., Gambler, O. Cochran, Hnrvey,, Homer, 0s ,- Chambers, Wm., Brandon, O. ' f Conkllng, Edw., 306 Locust St. Clark, J. W., 403 West 8t. Chambers, E. E., Newark Rd, 'Cochran Geo., Homer, .0. ". ' Champion, Bert, 707 N. McKenzle 8t. Carter, John, Luzerne, O. Craft, Isaac, Luzerne, O. Crawford, Jay, Belleville Rd. Cassll, Oscar, Bangs, O. Cotgln, Elizabeth, 303 Curtis 8t. Chadwlck, B. E., Five Corners. Crouch, W. 8., Martlnsburg Rd. Culb, Geo. W., Watorford, O, Chllcote, Cecil, Granville Rd. Carpenter, E. J., 300 Locust St. Cole, John, E. Pleasant St. ' Copor, Marshall, 708 W. Burgess St. . Cunningham, F. G., Brandon, O." Coctirani Chas. E., Old Delaware Rd. Dlehl, Alfred, Gnmbler, O. Doup, Geo. C, 204 E. Burgess DanceiThos., 400 N. Jefferson. DeWltttot B.w61,1 E. Ganibler 8t. (. tfurbln, Frank, '620 E. Hamtramek'- ' " ' Durbln, Jane, 405 Coshocton Ave. l, " DlehC JReqb", Old Delaware Rd. '' Dadsgp,fT. A., W. Chestnut 8t. Dennlson, M., Marengo, O. Dowdell, C. G., 608 W. Gambler. ' Doraey, Jennie, 5 Lewis St. Default, J. L., Columbus Rd. Doup, Walter, '204 E. Sugar St. , Errett, A. B., 603 E. Hnmtramck 8t. Fldler, L, E., Batemantown, O. Fletcher, Roy, Frederlcktown, 'O. Fawcctt, E, E., Coshocton Rd. Fleming, Isaac, Gfeen Valley Rd. Fletcher, Chris, N. Jefferson Ot. ' Frye, Orey, E. Curtis St. French, J. A., Prospect St. Foote, 0. B., 406 E. Burgess. Ferenbaugh, G. H., Fr.lrvlew Add. Fletcher, Harvey, Belmont AVe. Flnnorty, E. E., W. Chestnut 1st. Flenner, Geo., 524 N. Braddock Fleltburn, Geo., Division St. Qllt, Neal, 630 N. Sandusky St. Green, Wilson, Palmyra, O. Glbbs, Jas., 300 E. Vine St. Garland, Jas. H 707 E. Burgess Ot. Graham, H. H., Bangs, O. Grlffn, J. C 3 Elliott St. Glore, W. 8., 700 E. Vine 3t. Goos3ens, Earnest, 3. Vernon. George, Earl, Centerburg, 0. Gregory, Harry, 402 N. Jefferson St. Huffman, Albert, Loudonvllle, O. Hall, E. A., 109 W. Chestnut 8t. Horn, Jos., Coshocton Rd. Hannon, Peter, Liberty Chapel. Hall, L. L., E. Sugar St. i Hoffman, Albert, Coshocton Rd. Hawkins, J. W., Brandon, Ohio. v Hlnken, H. T., 613 N. 8andusky St. Harris', B, H., 'Old Delaware Rd. Hawkins, Mrs., Mansfield Rd. Hadley, E. L., 212 E. Pleasant St. Hartsook, Wm., 112 W. Pleasant 8t. Hadley, J. R., 400 E. Burgess St. Hardesty, Geo., E. Hamtrnmck St. Hawk, J M., Mansfield Rd. Holslnger, Oakley, New Delaware Rd. Hayes, Leande'r, Martlnsburg Rd. Hawkins, Bert, Five Corners. Jacobs, C. L., 109 W. Pleasant St. Jorls, Jr., Camllle, Crystal AVe. Jamison, C. W., 80S W, Sugar St. Jenkins, Levi, 804 W. Burgess St. Jones, H. R., Hunt Station. Johnson, Fred, 212 8. Catherine. Jacuet, 8. Vernon. Jacquet, Antolne, 1007 AV. 'Gambler ' , Klmes, W. 'H., Frederlcktown, O. Kt, Frank, 806 N. Mulberry feL Kfnnafd, J. H., Wt. Vernon, 6., R. D. Klrby, Frank L 109 Center 8t. tterln, John, N. Harrison (8t. Kolls, Jl'ti, sYB'ErHamtramek Knerr, C. E., Mansfield Rd. ' Ktfst, Xi. W 403 BTaddock St. Krumlauf, Ka'to, Freflsrlcktowh Kd. ' Kelley, John, 308 8. Jay St. Kelie'y, Ferd C, Mt. Vernon !R. D. 8. Larabee, D. A., W. Pleasant 8t. txwls, O. W., Old Delaware Rd. Lane, Frank, 307 Braddock St. ,' "Lafes'er, Atla, Old "Delaware Rd. , . (. Long, Rev. J. A., E. Vine St. J L'ower, Chat., 849 E. Ohio Ave. ' ? ;1 Levering, John C, 403 Coshocton' A've. " Lohr Josle, N,ewark Rd. Lee, Frank, 3tf6 W. Vine St. Laymon, Ray, Howard, 'Cv McMlllen, John, 67 Mahsfleltf Ave. Milllgan, A. G., Brandon, O. Morn'lngttar, Mr., Gambler, "0. Meredith, d. M Cheitervllle, O. Martin, Fred, Mt. VerVion, O., R. O. Wllligan, Clyde, Brandon, O. Mathews, Chas., 7 Elliott Bt , MoViroe, J. H., Vfanrdon, "O. Miller, John, Falrvlew Add. Mill, Joshu. 304 8. MeKenzle 8t. Myers, 'Addison, 707 E. Burflels t. - Maffett, Henry, 8. Verhbn. Miller, Glenn, 705 E. High St McDonald, 8. G., 1008 "N. Mulb'erty ,8t. McFarland, Fred, Old GarWb'ler 'Rd.- Maglll, Claude, 1008 W. Vine St. Morey, R. B. 902 W. Chestnut 8t. MomlrtgstaT, Abe, Gambler. t Morey, Mrs. C. D., 3 tnllea from Bangs NewhaTt & Ayers, 10 ba'k TBt. Noffslnger, C. D., Nikon, Arthur, N. 8andusky St. Ogg, E. L., Delaware Rd. Parker, Robt., Gambler, O. PatteVsbh, W. A., E. Vine St. Porter, Jos. 8., Granville Rd. Pahl, Chas., Coshocton Ave. Porter, Arthur. 12 'Prospect 8t. Payne, 'Megs,' Gambler Rd. Poland, W. F., Mt. Liberty, O. Pipes, Laurence, Martlnsburg Rd. Parish, R. E., Wooster Rd. Parmenter, Arthur, 404 N. Mulberry Pelottl, Zefferlno, Falrvlew Add. Poland, Chas., 1203 W. Vine 8t. Peugh, Geo., Walnut 8t. Wlor, Warren, 93,4 W. High 8t. ' Paige. Floyd, Gilchrist Rd. Quay, Wm., Chnstervllle Rd. WHERE GOOD FURNITORt COMES Effort Stoves" "JAcvhera of A&ppy Homes" " Xajpta" Ufa, ts Wnt CD. L-133 South Main Street Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Robinson, Arlo, 707 E. Burgess 8t. Ryan, Walter, 702 W. Burgess St. Riley, Walter, Bangs, O. Rln, J. "W., 'Frederlc'ktown, O. Richardson, Amos Rhoadet, Geo., Granville Rd. Rogers, Clair, 601 W. Vine 8t. Riley, Walter, 510 E. Hamtramck Ruli, Earnest, 407 N. Mulberry , k , Reader, Blanche, Frederlcktown Rd. Remllnger, John, Adams 8t. Ross, Benj., Martfnsbarg, O. 8chuyler,, Fred, Amity, O. Slmpklns, L., 403 N. Division Sharp, Mrs. M. C, 'W "Front 'St. Scott, Mrs., Bangs, 6. Smith, Harry, Mt. Vernon, R. D. Sturttph, Wi H., 6 Greer Ot. Stevens, A. B., Gambler Rd. Stormer, Reed, Gambler, O. 8tokes, Dr. P. S., E. Chestnut St. Olmpson, L. G., Howard, O. 8eytrore, Geo., W. Mlfi(h St.' ,, 8toyle, H. C, Gambler, O. 8lream, C. G., 701 W. Sugar St. Stamm, Geo., Mt. Vernon, R. Djv , eiaw, W. J.; 107 8. Norton." ' '. Stanford, Jas., Quarry St. Slrrrpkin's, Prank, Chester St. Simpson, Wm., E. Burgess St. Sevens, A. B., XSamtoher Rd. 8mlth, Wiley, Granville Rd. K Sleetnan, 'Geo., Edflewood Rd. Stffphy, felwood, 664 N. Sandusky Bwacfner, G. W., 622 W. Gambler. Sellers, Nv. E,, Frederlcktown. Sellers, rDf. Carl, Danville, O: , " Shipley, W. P., N. Liberty' Rd. , ' 8app, Clarence, 210 Coshocton. Simjlth, Ben., 532 W. Gambler. Sutton, W. E., 166 N. Norton 8t 8cott, Ross, 6 Marlon Stv Simpson, Chas., Howard, O. 8ebach, Hert., Fountain St. Seavolt, Harry, 018 N. Sandusky. 8haffner, W. M.f Brandon-Centerbg rd, -Thomas, H. L 90S S. Division St. Thompson, Jas. L., Homer, O. Tulloss, G,- W., Chesterville, O. Tasher, Fred, 8. Vernon. Tyndall, Wtn., 106 FranVlln Ave. Turney, C. L Coshocton Ave. Tot man, I. W., Cosbocton Rd. Thayer, L .A., Bangs, Ohio. Turner, J, H., 110 W. Pleasant 8t. Utery, J. M. Martlnsburg Rd. VanauaAle, jas., W. Gambler 8t. VanAnam, Geo., Wooster Rd. Vernon, Mrs. Geo., 116 Wooster AVe. Vanatta, Chas., Mt. Vernon, R. D. Vanostrantf, fl., Mt. Verndn, R. D, . Weaver, Harry, E. Ohio Ave. Woodward, M. B. E. Vine 8t. Workman, C. A., 506 N. Catherine Wllllard, Harry, Frederlcktown, O. Ward, C. P., Green Valley Rd. Wolfe, J. H., Gambler, O. '" " Wolfe, Almon, 'Gambler, 6. " Wolfe, C. L., Gambler, O. . Warma'T), C. B., Columbus Rd. , , Welchert, John, 302 X. BraddocV t1 , Watklns, Del, Columbus Rd. Watson, Alma, Bangs, 0. . Wilson, W. A., Columbus rid. Voung, Emerson, 'COS W, 8uar St. Zlgler, C, H Palmyra, O. ' v,r 4 A r r L" vs- m Vk.l A ' 1 If V : rt.' w iiJK. M" 1 w" ar.".i " ''. litt)LUi. l"&lAii,V1. AAJl-O jsAVt i M. ttt j 'A. tfct f v f '