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EAGLES ATTACH
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cases oro Shcllonbarpor vs. Ilosnck,
guardian of Frank lllldroth, and.
plmpaon vs. Gardner.
REMARKABLE 1M
CARNIVAL MP.
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Execution Issued And Sent to
Zanesville Where Com
pany Is Showing
DIVORCE GRANTED
BY JUDGE BLAIR
Cue Appealed From Justice
Court; .Other Items From
The Court House
. Kokoaing Aorlo, Fraternal Order of
Eagles, commented suitin the Knox
bounty common pleas court Friday af
ternoon against A. M. Nasser, man
tiger of a carnival company which ap
peared lnMt. Vernon lasfweek.
The suit Is filed to recover the sum
of $183 based on a cognovit note.
An execution was issue'd out of the
common pleas court lato Friday af
ternoon and sent to the sheriff of
'Muskingum county with Instructions
to attach the property of the carnival',
now said to be exhibiting in Zanes
ville. 11. E. Sapp is the attorney for the
plalntiu'.
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Case Appealed
N The case o'f A. A. Simpson vs. V.
D. Marlng has been appealed to the
court of common pleas from the court
Of George S. Harter, a justice of the
peace in Clinton township. In the
lower court the plaintiff obtained a
judgment against the defendant for
labor pei formed in the1 garage of the
defendant. The case is appealed by
the" defendant. Walter O. Harris la
the attorney for the plaintiff and
. William Gv Koons represents ,the de
fendant. o '
Divorce Granted
In the case of Graco L. Rice vs.
Maurice W. -Rice, a docree of di
vorce was grantod tho plaintiff 'by
Judge Dlair lit the Knox county com
mon pleas court on Friday.
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Motion Sustained
In tho case, of A. A. "Simpson vs. R.
C. iGardner, a motion has been sus
tained in the common pleas court
Judgment has been set aside and
leave given to file answer.
Another Light Day
Ueplity Treasurer F, A. Ralston re
ported Saturday that the collection df
June taxes In the office of the county
treasurer amounted to $3300 on Fri
day. This was a very light collection
day. The deputy treasurer said the
day's collection should have amount
ed to $30,000. s
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Army Discharge
Howard Hammond, a Knox county
soldier, has filed his discharge paper
for record in the office of the county
recorder.
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The last will and testament of W.
S. Sperry, late of Mt. Vernon, was
Hied for probate on Friday. .
By the terms of the will the testat
or gives to his daughtor, Louise Eliz
abeth, 28 shares of stock in the
Cheapas Rubber Plantation Co. All
'the residue of tho estate, real and
personal, Is givA to the testator's
wife, Nannie C. Sperry, At her death
the property goes to the daughter,
Louise Elizabeth Sperry. The wife
Is named as executrix of the will,
Which was signed June 18, 1905, in
the. presence of Charles F. Colville
and Mildred C. Starr.
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Appointment Made
Nannie C. Sperry has been appoint
ed executrix of W. S. Sperry by the
probate court of Knox county. . No
bond. The appraisers are W. A.
Beamer, Fred W. Kahrl and Walter J.
Sperry.
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Light Day for Taxes
Deputy Treasurer F. A. RalBton
stated Friday that Thursday's tax col
lection was light. In fact iUwas the
smallest amount colleced In single
day during the present tax collection.
It woul3 appear from Thursday's col
lections that many taxpayers are do
ing just as they havo been accus
tomed to do in former years put off
paying taxes until the last week, and
for many of them it is usually the
lasi day.
Application Made N
In the estate of H. A. Rumpus, ap
plication has been made In probate
court to transfer bonds.
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Court on Friday
According to the' assignment of
cases announced Thursday by Judge
Blairl- two cases are Scheduled for
fce'arfug before the court Friday. The
15 DONE AT RANGE
Two Ties Recorded And E. T.
Quidor Does Some Phe
nomenal Rifle Work
Some really remarkable shooting
featured the competition of tho Mt.
Vernon Rifle & Revolver club at its
shoot on Friday evening at Its indoor
range in tho C. of C. building. There
were not only two ties that .require
the' closest and nicest of calculation
to figure but thero is also the phe
nomenal score hung up by E. T. Qui
dor. " '
A target 1b displayed at tho range
that shows Quidor made a score of
23G out of a possible 200. Mr. Qui
dor has been considerably non-plusscd
to explain unusual scoring and has
had to suffer quite a bit of comment
and levity on the part of his fellow
members. A cartoon portraying tho
phenomenal performance ofv Quidor
that adorns tho score board Ms said
even to have moved him to an ex
lamatlon that was but little short of
profane.
There Is reason to believe i that an
other member of tho club might bo
able to throw some light upon the
unusual Bcore of Quidor. As a matter
of fact Its accuracy was disputed by
tho other members who Insisted that
It be revised with the result that the
record officially shows Quidor shot
but 183.
Russell and Van Horn each shot a
194 score. It was found further that
each had made 16 bullseyes. The ar
gument ceased wiih the application of
the next rule when It was found Rus
sell had shot a nine which gave the
tie to Van Horn by that very slight
shade.
Pipes and VauVoorhls, however,
have a tie that defies all known rules
and cannot, so far as any of tho lo
cal authorities can And, be. decided
even by an application of the new rule
of relatively mado famous by Prof.
Einstein. The record shows that each
man in making his score of 191, shot
15 bullseyes and that each shot a
nine in exactly the same order and
succession.
The scores madeare: ,.
McMillen's team E. T. Quidor 183;
D. McMlllen 195; H. L. Ruhsell 194;
S. M. Woolson 170.
Van, Horn's team Van Horn 194;
C. Pipes 191; McNabb 180; F. J.
VanVoorhls 191; C. Clurk 182.
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Will Succeed C. E. Purdy
Who Tendered His Resig
nation On June 15
Je3so R. Sensol, Democrat, Of Mt.
Vernon, was elected constable of
Clinton township at n mooting of tho
trustees Friday evening. ,
Mr. SeiiBel was elected to succeed
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The new constable is well known
In Mt. Vernon and will no doubt
provo nn ofllciont official. Mr. Sen
set assumes his duties at onco and
was assigned to the court of 'Squire
George S. Harter.
HCT1N
LOCK
Miss Fay Ruhl left Sunday for Kent
to attend normal school.
Prof. L. J. Essig and family have
returned from a two weeks visit with
his mother at Canton.
Children's Day will bo observed at
the M. E. church noxt Sunday even
ing. Thero are about twenty students
from 'this pluco and vicinUy away
taking normal work this summer.
Mr. and Mrs.' Washburn of Morral,
daughter, Mrs. Morgan of Columbus,
Dr. Ritter and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Brown and daughter, Mrs. Pierson and
daughter of Mortal, autoed here last
Wednesday whoro they were joineS by
Georgo Douglas and wife, J. B. Foote
and wire, Mrs. Ida Davis and Mrs.
Earl Duuham and all motored to-Lake-holm,
sWth of Mt. Verrton, where
they hold a picnic dinner.
Cards have been received hero an
nouncing tho marriage of Mr. Her
man D. Bishop to Miss Margaret M.
Weeter at the homo of the bride's
parents In Springfield, Juno 15. They
will bo at homo after Sept. 1st at Mc
Conncllsvllle, O. Mr. Bishop will bo
remenibered as tho principal of our
schools In 1919. He made many
friends during his stay hero who jolu
in wisHiing them unbounded joy.
Miss Stella Zcig went to Oberlin
Thursday to arrango for entering 'Ob
erlin college next fall.
All bee supplies at Root's, prices. L.
B. Blackledge, phono 31. '
Mi-b. Gcilrudo Lovell Grover and
baby havo gono to Hulbur, Iowa, to
Join her husband who is now a full
fledged M. D. and has opened an of
fice iu that place.
Misses Olivo Burger and Mildred
Miller wcro tho guests of Miss Cather
ine Lewis a part of last and thia week.
W.tE. Blackford entered tho Ohto
State Sanatorium lust Tuesday for
treatment. Bort's many fiidnds hope
to seo him back again iu "fighting
tiim" in a short time.
Miss Weltha Keck who has been at
tending Ohio University and who
gruduated from hero this year, is
homo to spend tho summer with her
parents.
Misses Louiso Tuttlo and Anna
Marplo attended tho Epworth League
convention at Mt. Gilead Monday and
Tuesday being delegates from the
league at this plnce.
Mrs." Lizzie Koyes icturncd Monday
evening from a visit with her son, Roy
Keycs and family, at Loudonvlllo. '
If. E. Clemin, wife and Miss Ro's'a
Fidler were tho guests of M. W.
Clemm and wlfo at Mt. Gilead Tuesday.
Tilt T Wnrrv Wnntinn Wnrth-Mn n. alia. i. U. UUUUIU UlUOriailieU 1110
street, while swimming at tht Jack- Daughters of Veterans Wednesday at-
son bridge, north of the blty Friday "ernqem.
avanincr- stonned on a class can and Cathoriue Lewis entertained a nuni-
cut a deep gash in his left foot. Ho , bor of girl friends at a slumber par-
was removed to the office of a Mt. l1 "Jt triuay nignt.
Vernon physician .where tho .wound I M,B- Murguerllo wben and little
was cauterized and dressed. daughter June, have been at Gruilt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison, of
Brandon, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Bone, Sunday.
MlssesSsDorothy and Helen Bono
are visiting relatives near Buteman
town this week.
'Master Philip Stinemates Is iu
Coveland visiting relutives.
Mr. and Mrk. E. J. McBrldo of Co
lumbus were guests Saturday of Mr.
and Mrs. Alien McBride.
Messrs. .Iohn Hildebrant, A. S. JaV
ger, Donovan Jagger and Bimn Clut
ter were. in Columbus Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawkins visited
in Dayton the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hood and Mrs.
Mary Trout were guests of Mr. and
Mis. Carl Stinemates Sunduy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Myers and
children, Gordon and Helen, arc vis
iting Mrs, Mary Myers this week.
Mrs. Dennis Clutter and children of
Linden visited Mrs,,Cluru Myers over
Sunday.
Misses Dorlp 'and Margaret Haw
kins are visiting relatives near Han
over .this week.
Mr." and Mrs. W. D. Stoughton, of
Newark, were Lock visitors Sunday.
Mr. William Snuff was the guest of
Newark relatives lastweek.
Mr. und Mrs. Gall Snuff visited
friends near FrazoysTiurg Sunday.
Master Vinson Ulory, Centerburg,
is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lowis Haw
kins'. Misses Ruth Sesser and Nova Ew
lng went to Bowling Green Saturday
to enter school to prepare for teaching.
hospital, Columbui, tho past week,
where tho latter underwent an oper
ation to correct a double palate,
Mm. W. B. Edwards and son Char
les, visited, relatives in Nowarlt a
part of last and thin week.
Mobcs K. Blackburn and wife 'left
Tuesday for Columbus whoro they
will Join n party of tourists through
tho Yellow Stono Park country.
Miss Yon6tta Brlggaof Ashland Is
tho guest, of her uncle, D. W, Oo'odelf
und i family.
Miss Idclla Mann of Wilmington is
the guest of Miss Marguerite Marplc.
Miss Catherine Dague who has been
attending Ohio University is homo for
the summer vacation.
Tho honey season Is now opon for
particulars call L. B. Blackledge tho
honey man Phono 31. Prices to suit.
All the residents along the road
from this place to Ball's crossing Held
a picnic In the Ball grovo Tuesday.
Rev. C. ,E. Stockdalc attended the
Epworth League convention at Mt.
Gilead Monday.
Miss Maud McKlernan has returned
from a visit wjth her brother Gerald
and wiro at Akron. Gerald and Gene
McKiernan accompanied her home
and will spend a part of their vaca
tion here.
William E. Edwards has been . In
Pittsburgh, P,a., several days Iho past
week on business.
Wist Irvino ahd vltc of Columbus
are tho guests of his brother John and
Wife.
Mrs. Austin" Carpenter and daugh
ter visited friends at Cambridge last
Saturday and Sunday,
The Children's Day exercises of the
Methodist Episcopal Sunday school
will be rendered Sunday evening at
8:00 o'clock. This promises to be an
interesting program and a cordial In
vitation is extended to the public.
Methodltt Episcopal Church Sun
day school at 9:45; Morning Worship
at 11:0 a. m.; sermon subject "The
Charm of the Christ." Evening wor
ship at 8:00; Children's Day Exercis
es by the Sunday School at the even
ing hour. "A Church With a We
come.
Presbyterian church Sunday, June
20th. Sunday school. 9:45. Tho nan-
tor will conduct the review for the
classes In the adult department, and
any other classes using' the Interna
tional lessons may jpin with them in
the study and discussion. Morning
worship, 11:00, sermon "The Sins' of
the Half-Converted." Evening wor
ship, 8:00, sermon, "Should a Man
Fear God?" Next week: Prayer meet
ing, Thursday, 8:0; Choir practice,
Thursday, S:45. The evening servlcos
during the summer will be only 45
minute in length. The state Sunday
School Convention meets in Colum
bus June 28, 29, 30 and July 1st. All
wno can do so should attend it. Re
member the Dally Vacation Bible
School opening on. July 5th. All the
children of the community are. invited
to its sessions. Enrollment must be
made during the first week. Our com
munion Bervice Sunday, July 3.
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They'll tell you that the expert Camel blend of
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WHILE IN SWIMMING
Mrs. Lizzie Loney and daughter
are visiting friends in Akron.
Mr. und Mrs. .Stephen Breckler of
Columbus are visiting John Breckler
this week.
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.About 75 attended the picnic given
by the clas3 of 1918 at Odell's lake'
Saturday.
Homer Rico and Richard Dial were
Fredericktown visitors Friday.
Ralph Carver is attending summer
school at Kent. (
Dr. and Mis. T. E. Jefferson are
visiting their daughter, at Wilming
ton, Del.
DwJght If. Hyatt wns a business"
visitor at Loudonville' Wednesday.
William Neiderhouser ,has pur
chased the Dodd propertyon South
Main street.
Jack Llnd and Bister Orma have re
turned home from Toronto, Canada,
whore they havo been attending
school.
Churlos McCllutock and family
spent Saturday at Bowerstown, O.
Mrs. Dean Shaw' and daughter are
visiting relatives in Michigan.
Mrs. Gregg Henley and children of
Akion are visiting friends here.
The K. of C. defeated the East End
team of Mt. Vernon on. Gardner Held
last Sunday 10 to 4.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blubuugh were
Jit. Vernon visitors Sunday.
Andrew McNeal and family of
Flushing are visiting with C. P. Rice
and $ou Roy.
About 150 attended the alumni ban
quet hero Thursday night. A four
course lunch was served.
t iIIh All hjwnAii Tin trna nil ff ? fc
t -iur, vjiuKguib juii;i ui Ait. veruuu
spent Sunday here with his mother.
. D B. A. C. will play the fast Woos
ter team here Saturday.
An airplane taxi was doing busi
ness here Saturduy.
Ted Loney and Frank Greer ar
rived home from O. S. U. Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw and
daughter are visiting relatives at Orr
villo. ' ,
Mjs. M. J. Arnold spent Thursday
at Sparta'. - ;-.''
Mr. Louis Mitkley and' faintly mo
toicd to Doylcstown Saturday.
Mr. Jule Smith ws an Akron visitor
last Saturday..,
Mrs. B. W. Logsdon spent Saturday
with relatives at Doylestown Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. 'John Sapp and Mr.
and Mrs. John Wills of Columbus aro
spending the week here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. White of Clevelund
are visiting relatives here.
Clinto McDonuId of Akron is visit
ing relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Robinson and
sen, of Columbus, are visiting at the
home of . L. Nazor.
Cliff Wander and family of Colum
bus ure spending the week with rela
tives.
E. G. Blubaugh of Mt. Vernon was
visiting his parents here Saturday.
Mr. Sid Knight of Columbus was a
business visitor here Thursday.
Mrs. Lulu Parker of Wooster 19
spending a few days here with rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snow arrived
home from Montgomery, Ala., Friday.
Mrs. W. H. Baker of Columbus 1
visiting friends here this week.
Mr. CHIT Newon of Canton spent
Sunday here.
Glenmont defeated D. B.'A. C. in a
hard fought game here Saturday by
the score of 4 to 3. Hibbets for Glen
mont fanned 12 men and Murphy 14.
FOR SALE 32-volt Hoover electric
sweeper. No. G South Main btreet,
Mt. Vernon. tf
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You know that there Is noth
ing quite so aggravating and dis
tressing as
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you can't eat half the time and
then not what you are craving.
If you are so situated afraid
to eat food don't agree with
you stomach trouble when you
do, It's a sure sign the digestive
fluids are sluggish the food is
not properly assimilated.
Stir them up, increase your ap
petite and eat your .meals with
enjoyment and vrel,lsh.
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they will work wonders with
your system, increase your vi
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We' tell them
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DRUGGIST
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THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 25, 1921
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IN SWEET CREAM OR MILK
From Inspected Farms
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Per lb. (Delivered to our plants) TrlC
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SWEET BUTTERFAT (1st Grade)
Per lb. (Delivered to our, plants) .
SOUR BUTTERFAT (1st Grade)
Per lb. (Delivered to our pjants).
... 31c I
$2.00
4 WHOLE MILK (Fresh and Good Flavored) , -J n)
Per cwt. (This figures 15.4 plus cts. per gallon!.... J J. aOl j
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ed). Per cwt. (This figures 17.$ plus cts. per gallon)
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