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JURY CASES IS
IDE BY COURT
Judge , Blair Assigns Jury
-' Cases For The Week
Beginning Nov. 5
MANY CASES ON
THE ASSIGNMENT
Partition Suit Filed In Com
, mon Pleas; Other Court
' House Notes
The trial of jury casos will, bo com
(nienccd in the court of common pleas
'of Knox county on Wednesday, Nov.
'6. These cases will be taken up and
itried, or otherwise disposed of, In the
. order In which they appear below.
Attorneys will be required to keep
'In touch with the progress of this
J work and. be prepared to try their
cases when reached.
The assignment Is as follows:
McClelland vs. Hancock.
Davis vs. Scott, exr.
,, Geidel et al. vs. Levering Bros.
Brown Vs. Industrial Oom. of )hio.
' Ohio ex rel. Welder vs. Gllmore.
I Clark vs. ,Bartlett.
' Dodd vs. McCammon.
i Thompson vs. Kenyon College.
Adams vs. Grubb,' admr.,' et al.
Davidson vs. Glaze, admrx.
I Scarbrough. vs. "Greer.
Scarbrough vs. Allen, admr., et al.
1 1 Cramlet vs. Wing.
' Collins vs. Ball et al.
, Mercer vs. ftgman.
Slmpkins vs. McLees.
Dunlap vs. Arizona .Fire Ins. Co.
Dodd vs. Noffslnger.
Butler vs. Porterfleld.
Frederick, guardian, vs. Allen,
admr., et al.
Morrison vs. Pumphrey.
Parker vs. White.
Devin vs. Walker.
,Keyes vs. Hull.
' Dirk vs. Miller, admr.
' Vail, admr., vs. Moore.
i Hagelbarger vs. Fire Ins. Co.
' Ferenbaugh vs. Hammond.
Porterkeld et al. vs. Ward.
i Jacobs vs. Board of Education.
' Spittle vs. Allen, admr., et al.
! Grubaugh vs. WhWCor' w '"'
j Dove vs. Bell, exr., et al.
Vannatta vs. Braddock. ' ,
' Atkinson vs. Braddock.
1' a
Common Pleaa Court
"i The following matters were dis
posed of In the court ot common pleas
,by Judge Blair on Wednesddy:
Harriet Pen-in Brown vs. The In
dustrial Commission of Ohto Motion
sustained as to the first three grounds
And overruled as to the fourth. Leave
Look in
a
Mirror
Are there any lines be
tween your eyes? If so,
ask yourself the. ques
tion, "Why?"
Many people have a
constant scowl caused
solely b y eyestrain.
This Is often so disfigur
ing that It doesn't mat
ter how attractive the
person otherwise ap
pears the scowl
spoils It all.
In most cases scowls
can be "smoothed" out -.
by relieving the eye
strain. If you hav4 any symp
toms of eyestrain ,you
should let us examine
your eyes at once. Don't
wait until ugly lines ap-
u
, pear between the eyes.
Frank L Young
Jeweler-Optometrist
1 S. Main g
Hull BuMng
.jLUlll
ASSIGNMENT
r
to iimohd.
Han'y II. Ailninn vs. I). TJ. (Irubb,
fulmr,, ct nl. Motion o tlio dofond
ant to strlku ropy ot bond from tlio
petition Biiatnlncd.
Partition Suit I
A suit In partition linn boon com
menced In tlio court of common plena
of Knox county by Thoodoro D. Day
agnlnst Jdhlel T. Day ct al. The land
In question Is located In ,Mt.r Vernon.
Attorney for tho "plaintiff lsv,V. J.
Sperry.
o
Marriage Licenses
Lennon M. nurson, teacher, Democ
racy, and lluth Elva Fletcher, Ion
roe. Rev. S. T. Allen.
Cary K. Hall, farmer, and Irene
Davis, both of Bladensburg. Rev. W.
H. Shields.
WilJIam Ilelwlg, oil-worker, nnd
Gcrtha J. Cummins, both of Illations
burg. Itev, A. D. Mink.
U. S. Army Discharges
Tho following Knox county sol
diers filed their discharge papers for
record In tho office of the county re
corder on Thursday: Charles Swoger
and Floyd W. Mania.
Real Estate Transfers
Harry W. Koons -to- William
Stump, parcel in city, ?1.
H.
Henry It. Solt to Lena Solt, t'6
acres In Jefferson, $1.
A. B-nnd Ella(1'Verndn .to Clement
Durblri, narrWin city, ?1. '
Rose Geller to Laura Laifderbaugh,
parcel In College, ?1.
Nancy E, Adrian to J. B. Thompson,
parcel In city, $1.
Ethol G. Foss to Frances E. Sapp,
parcel In city, ?1.
Y
Rev. S. Hall Young, D. D., of
New York, To Be At The
Presbyterian Church
On Sunday evening in the Presby
terian church, at 7:30, Rev. S. Hall
young, D. D.( of New Yoik will give
bis special illustrated lecturo on
Alaska.
Dr. Young has spent most of his
long life as the great home mission
ary to Alaska. A highly educated
man who has given his life to this
.- i. t ,. , .. .... .
LECTURE ON ALASKA
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J .TiSik , ,'. , , ,."" Tj? Dollce.dopantmeh.t.It.is said, nnd they,1
alstlhgulshed travelers and home mlBte, nl to havo BufflcIent evidence to,
slonaries of America.
In addition to preaching the gospel,
he has built churches and hospitals,
followed the stampedes to Alaska In
Klondike times and has had as many
thrills as comes to tho lot of only
great pioneers.
He built tho first Protestant church
in Alaska in 1879. He founded mis
sions all through that wonderful arch
ipelago, traversing over 15,000 miles
in a canoe.
How Is that, boys, for adventure?
The boys and men of Mt. Vernon are
going to miss It If they do not see Dr.
Young's pictures of Alaska.
Women and girls will be Just as in
terested in the pictures ot home life
in the far north.
A silver offering will be received to
be sent to the Alaskan work.
Dr. Young will preach also at the
morning service.
HIES FATAL TO
Death Comes To , Railroad
Man Who Was Injured In
Wreck Near Howard
Uay Creamer, aged 31, a Pennsyl
vania railroad conductor, who was in
jured In the wreck at Howard Tues
day evening, died at 5 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon at the Mt.wVornon
hospital.
He leaves his wlfo and one daugh
ter, Evolyn, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Creamer of Mt. Liberty, four
brothers, of Mt. Liberty, and one sis
ter, Mrs. Delslo Butcher, of this city.
Tho .body was taken to Orrvlllo
Thursday morning for funeral service
and bursal.
E
County Surveyor Van Voorhls and
tho Knox county commissioners w'ent
to Greer Thursday morning to inspect
a deepy washout In tho road which oc
curred in tho center of the village.
According to reports fiom the resi
dents, the washout is exceedingly
I dangerous.
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CONDUCTOR
CREAMER
IAD WASHED OUT
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AUTO
THIEF TO
Officers Clajnt They .Know
Man Who Stole Harry
Perkins' Roadster
INVESTIGATION MADE
WEDNESDAY MORNING
Arrests May Be Made Before
Friday Night, Says Prose
cutor Ashbaugh
"Before tomorrow night, wo expect
to have) the thief who stole Harry
Perkins' automobile behind the bars
of the county Jail," said Prosecuting
Attorney Paul' M. Ashbaugh Thurs
day morning.
'On Wednesday, Sheriff Mosholder,
Deputy Sheriff Lytlo and Piosecutlng
Attorney Ashbaugh were in Columbus
making an Investigation of tho case.
Tho officials arinouhcod Thursday
that thqy',uo. bij the track Jof tho: Au
tomobile thieves and expect to mako
an arrest within a very short time.
It will bo recalled that Perkins'
automobile, a Bulck roadster, was
stolen from In front of tho Vine the
atre the latter part of August. Later,
the car was recovered In Newark, and
William jBeardsloe was arrested and
charged with driving a stolen auto
mobile. Boardsleo was indicted by the grand
jury of tho October term of court, but
to the officers denied that ho stole
the machine. He stated that ho
agreed to keep tho machine for an
other man during tho winter months.
Since Beardsleo's indictment, it Is
said, he has given to the officials the
names of the 'persons who stole tho
automobile from Perkins. With this
Information, the officials started on a
tour of investigation Wednesday.
Prosecuting Attorney Ashbaugh
stated Thiusday that tho two
men
under suspicion are residents of Con
dit, but aro in another stato at the
present time. According to tho pios
ecutor, one of the men broke, into the
postofflco at Cordit soma months ago.
The Mt. Vernon officials obtained a
record of tho men from tho Columbus
clapi
aause tlio arrest of tho two former
residents of Condit.
While tho men aro In another stato,
Prosecutor Ashbaugh was of tho opin
ion that tne men would bo appre
hended and palced behind tho bars of
the Knox county jail by Friday night.
Mt. Vernon Woman Receives
Dislocated Shoulder In
Accident Wednesday
Miss Ada Cooper, East High street,
was sovcrely injured Wednesday af
ternoon when a Ford automobile
which sho was driving turned over
in a ditch near Centerburg.
MIpb-' CocjpertB ilelTt shoulder was
dislocated and sho was bruised about
tho body. '
Mrs.1J3.M. Crltchfleld and Miss Cor
trudoi Porter, .whoiwero in tho cap at
the time) escaped injury. Miss Coop
er was driving to Croton at the tlmo
ot the accident. At a narrow part of
tho road the automobilo struck a
Stone and the machlno turned over.
WITH NET SCORE 67
Semi-D'arkriess Prevents Re
ally Remarkable Score
Being Made
9
T)f.'"a"eorge' D?"Arndlr'(with , a neV
s'coMf'djt 677db18 ht)Ws,hawon tho
medal?A-pioytg61f 'tournaments at 'the
Countryclub,
iXiv. Arndt's 'scoro was mado Wed
nesday afternoon. In the flrst round,
he turned in 41, 'and in thb secondk43.
The eighteenth hole of tho latter
round was'played In somi-dnrknoss or
elso a really remarkahlo scoro would
havo been made.
The handicap assigned Dr. Arndt
was 17.
. t. iuhmift
BE APPREHENDEDT
SAY OFFICIALS
1 i .4-
A TO 60ES
IN DITCH
M
HOOT
HUE IN
MEDAL PUY TORUNEY
LIONEL WELLS
Latest Photograph o( Commo
dore of the British Navy.
Commodore Wills organized tho xyftteni
by which United States troops and sup
plies were comtiyed to Kurope
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Com;mand 100 PctLess Than
Several Month's Ago ;
Feed Is f Same
Jt is now costing-more to raise
hogs in Knox county labor not in
cluded 'than they rdallzeVn tho mar
ket, according to a well-known farm
er. "Hogs now bring 12 cents a pound,"
said this man, "and if Reman sells ono
lor " ' costs mm $j(y 10 raise.
This is due to tho .fact that the
price of hogs has dropped 100 per cent
In several months, while- tho cost of
mill feed remains tho .same.
60 TO MANSFIELO
Clinton Commandery Will Be
Well Represented Wed
nesday, Oct. 22
Thirty-eight members.' of Clinton
Commandery. No. 5, KnightB Templar,
have 'signified their intention of at
tending the fiftieth anniversary of the
founding, of Mansfield Commandery,
No. 21, at Mansfield Wednesday, Oct.
22.
It Is expected that fully fifty mem
bers of Clinton Commandery will
make the pilgrimage to .Mansfield.
The final drill meeting will occur
next Monday evening at 7o'clock and
all sir knights going to Mansfield are
requested to attend this, drill.
Special entertainment, has been
piovided for the ladles' by Mansfield
commandery arid anyv Mt ,Vernon
ladles will bo welcome ,-tq make the
trip. However, notice must bo sent
ta nooorder L. B. Rawlinson boforo
Friday evening.!
OFFICERS RETURN
WITHAPRISONER
Sheriff Mosholder and Deputy Sher
iff Lytlo returned Wednesday evening
from Columbus, bringing with them
Edward Anderson, wanted in this city
for jumping a board bill, at tho Oak
land hotel. Andorson wa;i placed in
tho county jail to awnjt n hearing be
fore Magistrate Ilartcr, ,.
POTATOES
Just rr.'olved a car of choice assort
ed potatoes,, packed In n'dw baps, 2V
bushels eachv. Prlco $1.00 per 'bushel
at mill; '?l.cr per bush61 delivered.
NOItTIIWESTEIlN EL12VATOR &
tf MILL CO. "'
BIRTHS
A daughter was born .rWpdnjssday
evening to Mr.' and MrRoy JEletcher
of Routo No. n. ' 'A '
o &
A son Was born Thursday morning
to Air. and Mrs. Scott OldFe ot West
Chostnut street. . r
Mr. C.iry L. I.ogsdon"of Columbus
and Mr. C. J. LogsdotftotfOsborn, O.,
wore visitors In Mt. Vernon today,
Heing oin'oute homo from Danville
where they visited theljr old home.
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Mr-'- 'itPBfljjH
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SERGE DRESSES
AT RINGWALT'S
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
$19.95
A grouping of Serge Dres3es in navy anil brown that are veryr
excellent $22.50 and $25.00 values. c ,
STYLES-
Yards and yards of braid on some models.
Buttons by the dozen on others. .
YOU'LL FIND THESE DRESSES
mu
$&
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THE J.
Why Earn Less
Than
5
On Your Money
The Citizens pays 5 on $100.00
or more, secuVed'ny'flr'st mort
gages on Knox County Homes
and farms.
TFffiCITIZENS
BUILDING AND LOAN
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Mt Vernon
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Farm of Frank E. Young, one mile east of Mt. Vernon
Thursday Af ternopn, Oct 23
YOUR Soil Needs Lime.
Your STRAW is valuable as
especially on wheat.
SEE the LATEST in both of these machines.
HEAR C. R. WAGNER on the
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COUNTY AGENT! on use of straw
-Straight line.
Tunic.
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A GOOD BUY.
$19.95
S. RINGWALT CO.
&
CHAMB
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TABLETS
rllS is just what you need, madam. Many,
women who were troubled with indigestion, a
sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and
habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
by the use of Cham'berfcun?s Tablets. Before using
these tablets they felt ,miserable anil despondent.
Now they are cheerful ,and happy and relish their
meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.
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