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TUE8DAY AUQUOT 2, 1010
Resisted Officer At Tlie Jail
Stephen Lnfover and Joo Jnris were
arrested tit 11 o'clock Thursday night
by Officer Georgo on a chnrgo of In
toxication. -Tho men had been driv
ing a horso about tho cly nt a llvoly
rate of speed and when apprehended
by tho officers they started to resist.
At tho Jail steps tho men again "balk
ed" and Sheriff Parker came to tho as
sistance of tho officer and landed both
men In the county Jail to avnlt a hear
ing beforo tho mayor. I
When arraigned beforo Mayor
Mitchell Friday morning each entered
a plea of guilty to tho charge of Intox
ication and each drew a flno of $5 and
costs. Being unablo to settle they
were sent back to Jail.
Of An Alleged Forgerer At
Mlllersburg, July 29 Burdetto S.
Bontrnser, a furniture dealer, commit
ted suicide at his homo during last
night. Ho stuffed his mouth full of
rags andUurncd on tho gas in a closed
room. Alleged forgery of notes and
heavy indebtedness aro said to have
caused the suicide.
Injured In Runaway Was
Mr. John Anderson of West High
street was severely injured In a runa
way accident near tho handle factory
in South Vernon late Thursday after
soon. Ho was driving a team of hors
es attached to a wagon contalng bail
ed hay. The horses frightened at some
object and ran away, throwing Mr.
Anderson off the wagon. In tho fall
bis left kneo was dislocated and he
was otherwlso badly bruised. Mc
cormick's ambulance was called and
tho injured man was removed to his
kome where Dr. S. B. Deeley rendered
Of A Mt. Vernon Man In San
dusky For Non Support
William Knapp, a glass worker, was
arrested in Sandusky Thursday by Of
fioor McElroy and brought to Mt.
Ycrnon Thursday evening. Knapp Is
harged with abandoning his wifo and
tolldrcn. Tho affidavit for Knapp's
arrest was mado beforo Mayor Mitch
ell by his, wife, Blanche Knapp. The
bmui was locked up in tho county Jail
U await a hearing beforo the mayor.
County Ficnic To Be Held
Timon lodge, No. 45, K. of P., held
ia interesting meeting Thursday
Bight. Now applications for member
ship aro being received at nearly ev
ery meeting. One candidate was olect
4 last night. Secretary Jed S. Mon
ks of tho county picnic committee re
ported that arrangements aro being
wade to make this picnic, which will
las bold August 17 at Hiawatha park,
an occasion long to bo remembered by
those who attond. Tho picnic coin
mitteo will hold a meeting at tho
Castle hall .rtxt Sunday to make final
arrangements for tho picnic. Thoro
will be two baseball games In tho fore
noon, and tho two victorious teams
will do battle In tho afternoon. Tho
trophy Is a largo silk flag to bo rotaln
od by tho lodge toam winning tho final
gamo. Capt. C. H. Allen announced
that tho K. of P. team will play tho C,
A. & C team at Hiawatha park Sat
urday at 3:00 o'clock.
Mr. Curtis Plnkloy of Canton, O., Ib
spending several days In Mt. Vernon,
tho guest of relatives,
Mr. Alex Wilson of Nowark spent
Friday In Mt. Vernon attending to
somo business matters.
Mr. Frederick Placo of Akron spent
Friday In Mt. Vernon transacting some
matters of business.
Miss Carml Underwood of Mt Oil
end, O., Is tho guest of her sister. Mrs,
Wm. Pcnn, of West Vino street.
Mr. D. B, Kirk went to Columbus
this nftornoon nfter being In the city
sovoral days on business.
The Clinton township trustees met
In regular session Thursday evening
and transacted routine business.
Mr. It. C. Anderson returned this af
ternoon from a business trip to Cleve
land. Mrs. Amy Coutor Is very ill at her
homo on South Day street.
Mr. Edward Fultz has returned
home to Mt. Vernon after a several
days' visit wjth friends In Coshocton.
Mr. J. O'F. Little of Pittsburg, Pa.,
will arrlvo hero this evening for a
short visit with relatives.
Mr. James A. Kelley and Misses La
vlna and Elizabeth Leo went to Co
lumbus this afternoon to witness thq
Miss Hula Phillips of Centerburg is
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Columbus
Ewnlt, East Hight street, and also at
tending tho Hiawatha Lake assembly.
Mrs. Winchester Faust and Miss
Hazel Itlbblot went to Mansfield
Thursday to spend several daysNw'tb
Mr. Robert Clarke, who has been
spending a portion of the summer with
his parents, returned this aftemoon
Mrs. Leopold and children, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wil
liams, East Gambler street, leave to
night for their homo in Philadelphia.
,Mr. John DIdway returned to Colum
bus this afternoon nfter being in the
city several days on business.
Dr. E. L. Porter of JDanvllle went to
Columbus Friday morning to attend
to somo matters of business.
Mrs. Elwood Carver and daughter,
Laura, of Newport News, Virginia, are
spending several days with friends
and relatives in Lock.
A number of Panvllle people at
tended the M. E. Sunday school con
vention at Lakeside during the first
part of this week.
Mr.,Cllfford Forster of Mlddletown,
Ohio, Is spending several days with
friends in Gambler.
Mrs. Harry Belnhour and children
of Granvlllo are spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Belnhour of
Mrs. A. D. Rlnehart and daughter
and Mrs. L. B. Wagner nnd daughters
of Fredericktown spenl Frldny in Mt.
Vernon, the guests of relatives.
Mr.-W. A. Dairy mple of Pittsburg ar
rived in Mt. Vernon Frldny evening
to remain over Saturday and Sunday
Mr. II. F. Arndt of Amherst, Ohio,
is spending several days hero tho
guest o,f Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Arndt of
East Vino street.
Mrs. Emma Tibblts of West Gam
bler street has returned after a four
weeks' visit at Hudson, Cleveland
and joints up tho Lakes.
Mrs. J. H. Laughlln and daughter,
Ituth, of Columbus, aro spending sev
eral days in Mt. Vernon, the guests of
Captain and Mrs. O. G. Daniels of East
Mr. Harry B. Parrott of Chicago, III.,
will arrlvo In Mt. Vernon Saturday to
spend several days with his father,,
Mr. E. B. Parrott of North Catherine
Mrs. Eva Pettit returned to hor
homo in Van Wert, Ohio Thursday af
ter n ten days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Winchester Faust of North Sandusky
Miss Lenna McCullough hns resign
ed her position in tho business depart
ment of The Banner on account of ill
health and will be succeeded by Miss
Messrs. Samuel Dougherty, J. B.
Waight and Frank Hnrpor went to
Brink Haven Friday morning to spend
tho day fishing.
Mrs. Lowell M. Hnrter and son, Mor
ton, of Canton are Tisitlng her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morton, East
Mary A. Mohn
Mary A, Mohn died at her homo in
Monroe township Thursday evening at
about flvo fifty o'clock after a several
months' Illness caused by lung trouble.
Sho was a widow sixty-four yenrs of
ago at tho time of her death and Is
survived by two sons, Georgo and Al
len, both of Monroe township. Tho
funeral at tho houso Saturday morning
at nlno o'clock, Itov. Corfman officiat
ing. Interment In Green Valloy cemo-
Mrs. Sarah Hoover of Axllno, Ohio,
is spending sovoral days in Mt Vor
iron, tho guest of Dr, and Mrs. G. It.
Baker of East High stroet.
Attempt' Made To Hold Up
On East Vine Street Thurs
The "Foot Pad" Makes Good
A bold hold-up occurred in the east
end of the city on Thursday evening
when a "foot-pad" sought to relieve
Mr. Guy Forbing of his money and
valuables. At about ten o'clock, Mr.
Forbing was on his way home after
spending the evening down street and
hnd reached tho alley, opposite tho
residence of Dr. A. W. Crumley when
a man .stepped liom the shadow of a
largo telephone pole, which stands at
tho corner of tho alley by tho side
walk, and placed the muzzlo of a re
volver near Mr. Forblng's face, at tho
same time ordering him to "hand over
his monoy."As is his usual custom
while walking, Mr. Forbing hnd both
hnnds in his trousor's pockets and
when ordered to hand over his money,
ho immediately turned the pockets
wrong side out and said that ho had
no money. The currency, evidently
being the only thing that thd hold-up
man wanted, wns not forthcoming and
snld no moro but stepped Into the
shadow Jn the alley and disappeared.
Mr. Forbing went home and telephon
ed Officer Hough, who immediately
went to the scene of the hold-up but
nothing of "the man could be found.
Mr. Foibing states tnere was only one
man and that he was of small stature
and did not wear a mask or any face
covering whatever. He states that In
his opinion, he would Immediately rec
ognize the man should he meet him.
On B. & 0. Railroad Hits A
Man At Mansfield
Although they were thrown for a
distance of thirty feet when the wagon
In which they wero driving was struck
by a fast Baltimore & Ohio passenger
train at the North Main street cross
ing about C o'clock Wednesday even
ing, William Jones and his step-son,
John Festler, of Llda street, escaped
with only slight Injuries.
Jones, who Is a junk dealer by oc
cupation, was driving to his home on
Llda street and it wns at the North
Main street crossing near tho Aultman
& Taylor Machinery Company plant
that the accident happened. There
aro no gates at this crossing, although
thero is a flagman stationed there
during tho day.
So far as can be learned, Jones did
not hear any approaching train nor
was -warned that a train was coming.
He started to drive across the tracks,
but the rear of ,tho wagon had not
cleared tho trades before tho fast Bal
timore -& Ohio passenger train No. 8,
due in Mansfield at 5:30, struck it. The
wagon was badly damaged by the col
lision nnd tho two occupants thrown
about thirty feet from tho track.
It is moro than poslsblo that Jones
noted tho approach of tho train, as he
mndo an effort to protect bis stopson
as much as possible. Ho had him in
his arms, and this probably saved tho
boy from any serious Injury.
A number of people saw the acci
dent and went to the assistance of tho
tjWo people. They wore assisted to
their homo on Llda street, Whore Dr.
Bnrrott was called to kIv medical at
tention. The boy had a cut over tho
eyo and another on tho arm, but ex
cept for being bruised about the body,
ho did not appear to have suffered
from the accldont. Ho was able to be
about playing ns usual this morning.
Mr. Jones nppears to have been hurt
moro ser.lously. No bones wore brok
en, but ho has bruises all over tho
body and Bevoral severe bruises about
the abdomen. Ho is confined to his
t u .... c no..mn:n
111 lilt 1U1D Ul WUIIOUIIJJJIIU11, m
nourishment is necessary.
For 35 years
has been the .standard,
world-wide treatment for
Consumption. AH Drujrr'i- ts
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
mMBBWuuimiimi " iimumimuimii
Painled As A Very Bad Place
By The Editor
Ot Ttie Danville Leader In
la Tills Week's Issue
The temperance people aro up In
arms over tho manner in which lltpior
is being sold In Mt. Vernon and If a
halt Is not soon called It would be no
surprise to many to see a repetition of
the Newark affair.
Last Sunday the ministers of the
city used it as, a topic for their ser
mons nnd it is said that the mayor
and ono of the city officials were
In conversation with the Leader a
few days ago Deputy Sheriff Woolson
stated that a revenue officer had been
In Mt. Vernon and arrested seven boot
leggers. They wero taken beforo Mny-,
or Mitchell. Two of them uerc releas
ed on bond. The others pleaded guil
ty nnd were fined $100 and sentenced
to 30 days In tho workhouse but the
latter part of tho sentence was sus
pended. The prisoners were sent back to Jail
but inside of a week all of them had
been given their liberty on the orders
of tho mayor.
When the arresting officer return
er to Mt. Vernon ho was gieatly chag
rined at the actions of the mayor and
he said that if that was the kind of
protection-he was going to receive
that in tb,e future he would stay away
from Mt. Vernon.
It would not be surprising If com
plaint agalnsjjthe mayor would bo"fll
ed with ttho governor.
Suits Are Filed In Court Of
Mt. Vernon Man Adjudge li
sane In Columbus
Two partition suits have been fil
ed In tho court of common pleas of
Knox county. Clement L. King Is the
plaintiff in each action and the defend
ants are Julius King and Thomas
King. The land in question is locat
ed in Howard township. The attor
neys for tho plaintiff are Waight &
Daisy Heard of Mt. Vernon has been
appointed trustee of Lydla Moats
Hays, giving bond In the sura of $1,-
225, with Samuel Gotshall and Georgo
H. Heard as sureties.
The Warner Estate
Elvlna Doty of Mt. Vernon has been
appointed executor of Anna C. War
ner. No bond nnd no appraisement.
Affidavit In Lunacy
Probate Judge Patrick A. Berry and
Dr. L. L. Williams and Dr. Fred L
SIngrey wero in Columbus Thursday
afternoon where an inquest Was con
ducted at a privato hospital ami Harry
Miller of this city was adjudged insane
and was removed to the state hospital.
Appointed Aid De Camp To
Deputy Commander Axline
Mr. Jacob Lybarger of this city on
Friday morning receivod his commis
sion and notice of appointment as aid
do camp to Doputy Commander AxUno
of the Grand Army of tho Republic of
Ohio. In addition Mr. Lybarger re-
colyed a handsome badgo to bo worn
on the occasion of tho meetings with
the siate oillcers.
f ! J J ? J $ J J ' 'J J
. , BIRTHS
.f. $, 4, 4. .J. J I $ 4 J-
A son was born Thursday morning
to Mr, and Mrs. James Harrington of
A son was" born Friday morning to
Mr, and Mrs. Albbrt Mahand, who re
side just south of Sparta. '
Contrary to tho usual order of
things, a Portland man named Bass
Is fishing for a wifo.
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NOT TO SWIN
IS flTE IMPORTANT
A single nowspaper column report
ed yesterday 30 cases of drowning In
places many miles apart, and under
conditions ao diverse as possible. They
were not suicides, strictly speaking,
although the moral responsibility Is
not greatly different in some of tho
cases. It is a mild statement that In
moro than ono Instance tho fatality
was not necessary. Many of the cases
wero pathetic, somo surprisingly so.
Young women died clasped In each
other's arms, playmates died trying to
rescue each other, and there were one
or two cases of real accident through
falling unexpectedly Into water under
conditions preventing rescue or es
cape. Such a toil as this Is shocking,
accustomed as we are to summer Sun
With the thermometer where It Is,
It is idle to advise even nonswimmers
not to go into the water. Since they
will do It, It Is doubtful advico to
learn to swim, since it Is the swim
mers who most frequently drown. Hav
ing taken tho responsibility of advis
ing everybody to learn to swim, It is
necessary to supplement It by advising
those who have learned to learn also
when not to swim and dive, and to
enforce this advice by morals drawn
from Sunday's awful examples. Ono
young man broke his neck and drown
ed because he plunged head first Into
water which he was told was shallow.
How it is possible to be truly sym-
Virgil Adrian On
Virgil Adrian, residing in Loudon-
vllle, Ohio, who was arrested by Sher
iff Parker on Tuesday afternoon on
a paternity charge on a warrant sworn
out before 'Squire George S. Harter
by Miss Maud Crlll of Brink Haven,
was taken before 'Squire Harter Fri
day morning at ten o'clock to answer
to the charge. Both the defendant and
tho plaintiff were examined in the jus
tice's court and the former was plat
ed under a fCOO bond for his appear
ance in common pleas court in No
vember. When arrested Tuesday and
brought to Mt. Vernon, Adrian secur
ed a bond of ?500 for his appearance
at ten o'clock Friday morning In
'Squire Harter's court. (
Of General Interest From
Tlie Gas Field
Hiram Hughes No. 3 Logan com
pany, came in better than No. 2.
The Columbus Gas and Fuel Co. got
a dry hole on the Sam Magaw farm.
The Ohio Fuel has made a location
for No. 2 on the W. B. Shrontz farm.
The Columbus Gas and Fuel has
located' No. 2 on Ellshn Mills near
The Helsey well on Bud Brown
southwest of Granville came In with
two millions volume.
Everett got a dry hole In No. 4 on
Will Woodruff. It is about M: mile
from a good well on tho same farm.
The Logan company Is now drilling
on O. Shannon. This coiupany Is In
big water In Mrs. Lemnn Thrapp No. 2.
Ralph Dottre, field superintendent
for the Helsey company, has been giv
en a GO-horso Stoddard-Dayton auto for
The Ohio Fuel got a light well on
tho Cliff Sturgeou farm In McKean
township. A shot brought It up to one
Drilling has been started on the
Hugh Penlck well near Long Run, nnd
a location has been made on the P. P.
Wilson lease In that vicinity.
Tho Logan company drilled in a dry
hole on tho Bador farm south of New
ark. ' They got two millions on tho
Coffman farm nortlfwest of Hebron.
The Ohio Fuel is soon to lay a belt
lino around Columbus, Tinil lay a big
Hue from tho Homer station to conect
with tho Northwestern Ohio company
line at Delaware.
Since tho Traction company got a
six million woll on tho G. Davis farm
in Licking township, tho Holsoycom
pany has mado a location on tho Jones
farm southwest of It, tho Logan com
pany ono on tho Mrs. Green farm
south of it, and tho Columbus Nntural
Gas Co. on tho east. Tho Traction
company Is starting No, 2 on tho Dav
pathetic with such recklessness.
And the indignation with such dis
regard of human life Is similar even
when, as frequently happens, divers
persist in trying the depths of strange
waters with their heads Instead of tho
feet. It Is not so grand to try un
known depths with a Ienp instead of a
dive. Tho difference between a sprain
ed ankle and a broken neck measures
the degrees of vanity which ere be
hind these two methods of plunging.
Boys who try to float on a board in
deep water before they can swim are
just boys, and can be reasoned with
suitably only by their parents.
This Is only a word of advice to
those who know how to swim, and ap
pear to think that thereby they have
a license to bo foolish. There are tim
es and conditions when even swim
mers should not swim and there nev
er is a time when swimming Is safe
under unsafe conditions. So long as
water will stfangle there Is no perfect
safety In the water. So long as this
Is true no precautions are excessive,
whatever the skill of the swimmer.
Except for show and vanity all swim
ming exercises can be taken in shal
low water as well tfs In deep, and only
under conditions where help is sure
and near. Everybody should learn
both how to swim, and when and
where to swim. Yesterday's newspap
ers are almost a perfect guide on the
subject. New York Times.
Old time Baptist Camp Meeting at
Roger's Lake, Sunday, July 31 and
August 7, under the auspices of the
Colored Baptists of Mt. Vernon. Good
speaking and singing. Old time camp
meeting melodies. Admission 10c.
to Niagara Falls
AUGUST II, 1910
Rail and Steamer or All Rail Via
Cleveland and Buffalo
For full Information call on or ad
dress, Geo. A. Cheyney, ticket agt
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have been appointed and
qualified executors of the estate of
lato of Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by the probate court of said county.
July 13th, 1910.
MARY B. EARLYWINE,
GEORGE. B. HOLLABAUGH,
Martin Nyhart, residing at SprlnKfleM,
Oiegon; Mary Frederick, residing at St.
nugene, Oregon: Sarali 31. Radford, re
bidlng at Spruce, Batesounty, 3Ilssouri,
nnd Adam Nyhait, whose residence is
unknown, will take notice that on the
IKrd day of July, A. D. l'JIO, Mary Ann
Hastings, an Imbecile, by her guardian,
Adam Scott. Hied her petition In the
Couit ot Common Pleas for Knox coun
ty, Ohio, In Ca-to No. 8735, ngainst the
uboe named parties and others, pray
ing for the fcpeclfic performance of a con
tract between the said plaintiff and one
Gordendero Nyhart, now deceased, said
contract being for the transfer of the fol
lowing described real estate: Situate In
tho comi$y of Coshocton, Rtato or Ohio,
and village of Newcastle, and being lott
numbered twenty-seven, twenty-eight,
and thirty-nine of said village. Said par
ties aro reiiulied to answer on or before
the 20th day or September, A. D.. 131U. or
judgment may be taken against them.
Guardian of 3Iary Ann Hastings, Plain
tiff. Lewli B. Houclt, Hairy W. Koons,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
E can be of
To the business man, a oauk
account is lndlsponsiblo for It
enables him to transact his rou
tine financial affairs in a sys
tematic manner. ,
To tho individual, such an ac
count is a great convenience,
for it makes It posslblo to keep
a comploto record of receipts
and disbursements without tho
aid of a set of books, and to a
largo extent, eliminates the
probability of errors.
This bank is at your service.
Round Trip $5"
Noah Westbrook, tho uftocn-year-old
boy who was archlontly shot near his
homo in THIca srveral weeks ngo, wnu
Inkfn homo Saturday noon after tak
ing treatment at the Mt Vernon Hos
For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
Minneapolis. Minn. "I was a trreat
BtuTerer from female trouUle3 which
caused a weakness
and broken down
condition of tho
system. I read so
E. Pinkham'a Veg
had done for other
suffering women I
felt sure it would
help me, and 1 must,
say it did help me
pains all left me. I
grew stronger, and within three months
I was a perfectly woll woman.
"I want this letter made public to
show the benefit women may derive
from Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound." Mrs. Jonx G. Moldan,
2110 Second St., Nctti, Minneapolis,
Thousands of unsolicited and genu
ine testimonials liko the abje prove
the efficiency of .Lydla E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound, which is mado
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who suffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their ses should
not lose sight of these fact3 or doubt
the ability of Lydla E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to restore their
If yon -want npccial advice write
to Mrs. Plnlcbam, at Lynn, Mass.
confidential. J?ot 20 years she
lias been belplnjr sick women iu
tliis way, freo of charge. Don't
besitato write- at once - -
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
B. & C. R. R.
No. 14 5:50 a. m.
No. 4 11:24 a. m.
No. 1C 6:02 p. m.
No. 8 6:31 p. m.
No. 7 8:26 a. m.
No. 17 8:57 a. m.
No. 3 2:44 p. m.
No. 15 8:50 p. ra.
Nos. 16 and 17 .daily except
Sunday. Other trains dull.
C, A. & C. R. R.
No. 506 12:41 a.
No. 620.: 9:58 a.
No. 522 6:30 a.
No. 504 8:57 a.
No. 518 10:55 a.
No. 502 12:25 p.
No. 508 5:10 p.
No. 500 9:37 p.
No. 607. 2:25 a.
No. 501 7:24 a.
No. 509 8:34 a.
No. 503 1:26 p.
No. 605 5:53 p.
No. 519 6:52 p.
No! 521 7:10 p.
No. 523 (To Mt, Vernon
only) 7:30 p.
Daily excert Sunday.
We have found an absolutely pure
OLIVE OIL la en'erlng more and
more Jnto dairy use In Medicinal)
Toilet ana Household uses.
People are beginning to give It a gen
eral use in oooking, instead of It
heretofore limited use in Salad Dress
ings. has had much to do with Increasing
the popularity of OLIVE OIL here, at
it is a genuine oil of fine flavor and
115 South Main St.
Mt. Vernon, O.