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rrtw :iiwMr?a . " ' w, btw; (. .7rr"T 'J ft-' . '' &"' . j " ... ,! a i - m THE rVAICK PAf FrVt I P" ,H-J16, it?, A 12L HOH IS NG R ftPPELLATEGOURT October Term Convenes In Ml. Vernon Monday Af ternoon at 1:00 . BUT FEW CASES ON DOCKET FOR TERM Session Will Be Concluded , By Wednesday; Other .Court Notes Tho October term of tho Knox , county court o appeals convened in this city Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at tho court house. Tho .Judges' on tho bench were: Hon. Lewis 11. Houck of Mt. Vornon, presiding, lion. It. S. Shields of Can ton and Hon. Frank N. Patterson of Ashland. The docket for tho term is exceed ingly light, nine cases being on tho assignment. It was undorstood Mon day that the court would hoar hut six cases while in the city. Tho work of the term will probably bo concluded by Wednesday. o Executrix Appointed .Tunniq Mouroo lias been appointed executrix of John H. Monroe by the probate court of Knox county. No bond is required. Inheritance Tax Fixed In the estato of Dlantha J. Shafer, tho inheritance tax has been fixed by tho probata court of Knox county at , ?D0.8S. . o U. 8. Army Discharge "'. Clydo 13. Gilbert, a Knox county soldier returned from war, filed his discharge paper for record with the Knox county recorder on Monday. o Marriage Licenses , Bernard Welkor, laborer, Danville, and Eva A. Dugah, Mt. Vernon. Ilev. W!A-, V?,nK,ii. .'3- ...... , Invert William, , Buoy,, farmer, ,. ana Ethol Vorn Diigan, both of Jackson tawnshlp., ..Itov, J. A. Long. Itobert Leo Etnrick, photographer, 'and' Ina Loucilo Frye, both of Mt. Ver non. Itov. J. A. Long. o Real Estate Transfers William F. Senft to M. E. Kerr, lot in Uuclsoyo City,' $2500. Joseph Wilson to Harry Chrlsman, parcel in Conterburg, $1. A. F. Stauffer to Ella E. Squires, city property, $1. A. F. Stauffer to John W. Squires, city property, $1. Ellon Mavis to Harry. Mavis, 26.50 acres in Pleasant township, $1. F. A. Hnlston, administrator, to George H; Jacobs, 17 acres in College township, ?259G. A. F. Stauffer to John Welchert, city property, ?1. . ' John Wolchert to John E. Swigort, city property, ?L John B. Swelgort to G. It. Owens, lot in Mt. Vornon, ?1. Cloyd A. Wadd'ell to Robert Coch ran, 40 acres in Union township, $10. W. A. Waddcll to Itobert Cochran, 40 acres In Union, township, $10. B, W. McKeo to Itotta Swltzor, lot In Jellowuy, $000. Jchbo McKeck to H. II. Fryo, city property, $32."i0. John Komllnger to Cecil J. Horn, city property, ?1. Anna A. Baughman to Jcniilo F. Jackson, city property, $1. Ira Atwood tb Manner M. Allen, city property, $1. , Simon P. liechtol to Molly Meyers, city property, $1. H, C. Nelson to Anna A. Baughman, city property, $1. Clydo Thompson to Ora J. Dona hey, 05 acres In Jackson township, $1. H. A. Daniels to Charles C. Galnds, 120 acres In Plko township, $1. HIED TO SEE WORLD; lUY IS CAUGHT HERE I FREDWCKTGWN GIRL WITH 'VELVET LADY' NOW IN CHICAGO, ILL. RIB T TIKES UP DUTIES OF HIS SECOND TERM AS GO. AUDITOR Files Bond With Commission ers Monday Morning; Miss' Riley To Be Deputy A. D. ninohart, auditor of Knox county, entered upon the duties of his second term Monday morning. Bond in the sum of $5,000, signed HHHHHJvlHJHHHH HHHHJP; - a fHHHJ JHHHfs Z -' ;""' '' ' sHHHJ K&VT ;t" '??:& ? i'SHHl HHHHhMiiHHHHB K .' " ' . 5. rnWIflH ii m i iffliiaaBlliaaaBaaaaal HHHfi'''.' ''.T'W'HJlJHilllH HHHHHk :'.;:;.. ''u kH HHHHHHHHk;wHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHL HHHHeHHHHHHH Miss Georgie Ramey One of The Stars In The Newest Musical Comedy Martin Vogle, Missing From Home In Pittsburgh, Found Near Mt. Vernon BOY TELLS' STORY FULL OF INTEREST Given Money By Local Sun day School And Sent On His Way Rejoicing Miss Goorglo ltntnoy, former Fred erlcktown girl, Is ono of tho stars with "Tho Velvet Iidy," which open- Jed at the Colonial theatre in Chicago Sunday night. Miss Hamey was lately with "Leavo It to Jane,"', but Is now tho principal star In "Tho' Velvet Lady." Miss Hamey was born and raised at Fred ericktown and still has n number of relatives living In the village. $3,0f JB FDR AUDITOR A. D. RINEHART by E. R. Rinehart, L. B. Wagner, L. J. Dean,. Charles E. Aclterman and M. J. Fish,, was, filed with the Knox county commissioners and approved. Auditor" Rinehart announced Mon day that Miss Pauline Riley, who has been' acting as deputy for" the past year, would be re-appointed deputy sometime Monday. Mr. Rinehart Is entering upon his second term with the. affairs of the auditor's office in splendid shnpe. .Auditor Rinehart has conducted tho affairs of the olllco with efficiency and accuracy and has rendered valu able assistance to tho couty commis sioners In conducting tho affairs of tho office. Auditor Rinehart Is a Democrat. HULDA BEVINGTON DIES NEAR AMITY Martin Vogol, 16, who disappeared from his homo, No. 8 Luella street, Pittsburgh, Pa., last July, was found lato Saturday night by Sheriff Mos holder and Juvenllo Officer Patrick Purcell sleeping peacefully in the hay mow at tho home of George Bennett, Just east of Mt. Vernon on tho Gam bler rodd. About 11 o'clock Saturday night Mr. Bennett saw someone enter his barn. He immediately called tho sheriff. The officers responded and upon en tering tho hay-mow found the boy aslocp in the hay. Tho lad had quite an interesting story to tell. He stated that he was the. son of Henry Vogel, living at the abovo ad dress in Pittsburgh. Ho stated that he wanted to see tho world and ran away from home last July. He stat ed that ho had $9 when ho loft home. Young Vogel stated he fell In with a man and Journoyed to Steubenvllle, Ohio. There ho , loft his companion and journoyed on alone. He told the officers that he finally obtained work on the farm of Floyed B. Vanausdale at Sholby, .Ohio. Recently the boy was seized with homesickness and last Friday ho left Shelby, intending to return to hi3 father's home. Tho boy told the of- .fleers he walked all tho way from Shelby to Mt. Vernon. Ho said he was trying to reacli Orrville, for he know the way lrom thero to Pittsburgh. loung Vogel was brought- to the city and placed In the detention ward at tho county jail. Early Sunday morning the boy told Officer Purcell that his parents w,ere members of the' Methodist Episcopal church.. Juvenile Officer Purcell, immediate ly called R. L. Jones, superintendent of the M. E. Sunday school. Mr. Jones directed the officer to tako tho lad to the session of Sunday school. This was done and during' the session suf ficient money was raised to purchase a ticket to Pittsburgh for tho boy and glvo him a little money for meals. Juvenile Officer Purcell took the. boy to the Pennsylvania 2:03 train Sunday afternoon, purchased him a ticket to Pittsburgh and sent him on his way rejoicing. IN Salary' Of. New Health Com missioners In This County Is Fixed DR. BLAIR CANDIDATE Examination For Position To Be Conducted By The State Board Warm Bedding for Chilly Nights Throw the windows up Get between soft wooly blankets and under, warm comforts, and ward off. disease. Wool-Nap a ,....,,-, rt'tV 66x80 64x80 "T3'.iJiir rj.tvuy'm gtltac& Cotton Plaid Blankets Made with a soft, crinkled nap to hold the body heat. All cotton and therefore moth proof. Dlue, tan and pink plaids. $5 .50, $6. 00 $6.50 &5 . rh- n Sclavs?, -- .- 'ftlRQfaTIA m Wootoap Blasts PINK BLUE TAN 4.50 per pair Size 64x80 and a very speclnl value. $4.50 Tho now health commissioner for Knox county, to bo appointed under the Hughes jaw, will receive ?3,000 per year. ' This was determined by the state civil service, commission Saturday when Knox .coiinty' was placed in Grade 4. Thqt8aary of all commis sioners in Grad.o twill bo $3,000 per year. M' ' Tho stfjte Jvil service commission will conduct examinations for the ap potntment pfaiti0!nity. health.-com inissioners. All examinations are to be held on November 15, non-assembled, and wlllj.not bo limited to resi dents of tho'' Stafo! The law provides, libwevcr, that successful applicants in each dlstric.'ho jtjlalm residence there must'be'ive'rl preference. Ono hundred. and two .appointment.! are ."to,'bd Jfturjenrbefcrfrd' January when the now law- becomes effective. ii is unuersiooa inai ur. iiurry.'iv,' Blair is a candidate for tho position in Knox county., There may be oth ers. ' j W CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Bdii Use for Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature cf AMITY, Oct. ,20 Mrs. Hulda Bov ington, aged 7G years, died at 4 o'clock this morning at the homo ot her daughter, Mrs. Herman Davis, at this place, after a year's -Illness of sugar diabetes. Sho leaves one son, Joseph Bevlng ton, of Green Valley, and two daugh ters, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Minnio Lah mon ot Gambjor. Funeral services will bo held at 2 o'clock Tuesday at tho Mothqdlst church here. .Burial in tho Amity cornetery. iHIM I FROM SERVICE ABROAD Desirable Wool Blankets Plaids, In All Wool These are "Glen Woods," a make Rfngwalt's have carried for years. Just the right weight and woven in handsome plaids. Size 72x80 are $12.00 per pair Size 68x80 are $11.00 per pair Wool and Cotton Blankets 80 Wool In handsome plaids, size GSxSO at $8.50 & $9.50 Per Pair Dainty, Soft Comforts f4oV,orily do 'they offer' warmth and comfort, butJney're attractive .and economical as well. 'All are covered vth silkollnc .and filled with good staple cotton. Size. 64x76 priced at $3,25 u $3.75 Size 66x78 pirced at $ gg $4.50 Size .68x80 priced at $QtQO $2.75 Cotton 0l)a33 tan, white 0 Blankets $5.50 Crib Bhle d wllite $1.50 Blankets The J. S. Ririgwalt Company .MM -M itM FASTEST WHEN THE INTEREST Ys'C'OMPOUNDED. KEEP IT 1 WORKING FOR YOU AND EARN ING FAIR INTEREST. JAMES M'GQUGH DIES c&y. Htflmtm i Mi tjfe& "TOgr f WILL TAKE A VOTE CENTRALIZATION ON TRAIN WHILE ON TO CANT WAV Saw Great .Deal of Service With The American Marines Ji sy )i About tho ; arrive homo ' JWI. Electors Of Berlin Township So Decide At A Meeting Saturday Night You Need To Save Because If you do not SAVE you'll NEED. Ono dollar is all you NEED B tn Htnrt tfi Rtivn In this Rtrnnir I bank, growing over stronger. 5 Will YOU do it? WEST SIDE PUDLIC SQUARE jainoR laraui, .i-rea. II, D. Horron, Vice Proa. II, S. Workman, Cashier. Over 40 doctors ot, Berlin town ship were presont nt tho meeting in Ankonytown Saturday qvonlng to dis cuss tho proposition of centralization of schools. Addresses woro made by County- Superintendent Marriott and Supt. Knowles and Supt. Thornburg. It was unamlmously agreed to sub mit tho question of centralization to tho electors of tho township at tho general election to occur on Novem ber 4. INFANT'S DEATH ""Herman, 23 days old, son of Mr. and Mrs, Qeorgo Gallegher of North San dusky street, died at 4 o'clock Satur day afternoon after two weeks' 111. noas of Indigestion. Funeral services wero hold at 10 'jJ9ck Monday morning at tho home, and burial was made in Mound View cemetery. 4. Was A Visitor In Mt. Vernon Sunday; Well Known For mer Resident Dies Sud denly. James McGough, tho first linotype oporator in Knox county, died very suddenly on a Pennsylvania train at Orrvlllo Sunday afternoon whilo re turning to his homo In Canton from a visit with his sIsteiMnHaw, Mrs. Grant Payno, of this city. - According to word received here from Canton Monday morning, inter nal hemorrhages wero tho cause of death. Mr. McGough had a sovero at- tack of Influenza last winter and it is thought that the hemorrhages wero a result of this. Tho deceased was alono at tho time of Ills death. Although his wife fre quently made tho trip to Mt. Vernon, sho remained In Canton this particu lar time. Tho remains wero to arrive in Mt. Vernon Monday afternoon and tho funeral services will be held Wednes day afternoon. Mr. McGough was about 45 years of ago. He was a native of Knox county and after serving his 'apprenticeship as a printer, worked at this trade un til tho time of his doat.h. After leav ing Mt. Vernon, ho went ,to Nqwark and, about a year ago, wont to Can ton, .where ho was employed on the Canton Dally News. Ho was a membor of tho Knights of Pythias. ' Ho leaves no children. Vernon boy to mthe crentwar cariio' Saturday In the, person ot Prnnl J. Tlgho who srmlj.,with tho marines in Franco, was'Jjvpunded and had been, detained in ahOspital In America un til recently. irv Mr. Tlgho j5ft,Yrc,onsidornblo action and has many 'thrilling experiences to narrate; IaHho Argonno forest, he was without Jood for three days. Tigho was .overseas 18 months. He states that but 14 members of his company returned. 1. No better way to do that 2. Than by a savings account 3. At tho Buckeye State Building & Loai Co., Ilankin Bldg., 22 West Gay street, Columbus, Ohio. 4. Tho regular Increase by addition of Interest is gratifying. o. Any, amount, however small, will start a' savings account. 6. Assets over ?i 8,300,000. 7. All. business by mall" if desired. All This Week Special Stationery Week The fjnest line cf v-box paper in the city from 35c to 93.00 at ONIJ-FOURTH OFF A good opportunity to stock up for Christmas gift. Come In and see them. TAUGHERS DRUG STORE MP I -V YOUNG NELL MADE A JUVENILE CT. WARD Case Against Father Dismis sed When Testimony Is Given As the result' of' testimony of neigh bors, Frank Nell, who was arraigned Saturday before vSqure Stream on a charge of assaulting his 14-year-old son. Paul, was exonerated and tho boy made a ward of tho juvenllo court. It developed that tho boy was In corrigible according to neighbors' testimony, anV,Uiat his parents were unable to contrpl him. , COMMITTEE NAMED IN JACKSON TP. BLADENSBimG, Oct. 20 John Earlywlne, township chairman of the executive committee for the Roose velt memorial, has' ..appointed the .fol lowing' committee:. Leander McCam mont, E. U 'WfflW.'tnTarles Hesa and Melvin Davidson. J. W. McNEAL Plumbing and Heating JPhones: 1,000557 Blue 204 West High Street J RAILROAD TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. (Federal Time) East Bound No, 46 8:37 a. m. No. 44 12515 p. m. No. 48 , 7:15 p. m. West Bound No. 49 0:52 a. m. No. 47 12:38 p. m. No. 45 10:15 p. m. All trains dally. PENNSYLVANIA LINES AKRON DIV. (Central Time) South Bound No. 634 4:00 p. m. No. 624 12:30 a. m. No. 804 7:25 a. m. No. 704 9:25 a. m. No. 604 ; .11 :40 a. m. North Bound No, 623 2:36 a. m. No. 635.... 9:00 a. m. No. 605 2:05 p. m. No. 805 5:03 p. m. No. 7P5 5:65 p. m. All trains dally except 704 and 70S (J5 ii Brflr ' nf "MflBM i m Ui ff Give the 'world once over m IISTEN, fellows, fo some j straight talkr. Many a man when he gets to be 40, misses some' thing. He may have lets of money, arid y fine family but .. He never "got, out and saw things". After he gets settled down, it's too late. Every man warib'td see the world. No man likes to stand still all his life. The best time to TjRAVEI is when you're" young and lively right NOW ! RicUt NOW your tincle Sara ii calling, "Shovcoffl' Hcwanta ir.ea for his Navy. He's inviting you! It's the biggest chance you'll ever get to give the world the occc ovcrl The Navy goes all ever the world sails the Ssven Seaa-r squints at the six corithuai that's its business. You stand, to see more odd sights, wonder ful scenery and strange people than you ever dreamed of. You'll work hard while you. work. You'll play hard while you play. You'll earn and lean. You'll get, in addition to "ahore leave", a 30-day straight vaca tion which is niore than th average bank president caa count on. You can join for two yearn. When you get through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned, up1' for the rest of your lift. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's a Recruiting Static right near you. If you don't know where it is, your Port master will be clad to tell you. titj -ff "tir 4-ck M HI 1 111 M v'it ! m 5 1 tl m ei t ..cV m 3i Uf u VV. i. j irfr 1. . tt?;. .