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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNIft.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1012
Of Edwin Bible To Decor
Other Items Of literest
Fron Tbe (tat hise
Edwin Bible, arrested cast of Mt.
Vernon Monday night and placed In
the county jail to await a hearing on
a charge of nttemptlng to pass a
worthless check, will be given a hear
ing before 'Swire Uliibangh of Union
township on Monday, Sheriff Parker
will take tho prisoner to Danville
Avhe're he will be arraigned.
Sues For Divorce
Cora Shumnckcr, of Duller claims
there are three good reasons why sue
should be granted a divorce fromJohn
Schumacker: First, gross neglect of
'duty; second, extremo cruelty; third,
on the grounds of habitual drunken
ness on ,tho part of her husband says
the Mansfield News. The parties, were
married Dec. t, 1888, nnd have two
children, Halph, aged 21, and Ernest,
aged 17. Tho wlfo says her husband
has failed for several years to support
her nnd their minor sou, necessitat
ing their dependence) upon their own
cxcitions. and tho charity of relatives,
I'nder tho second charge. Mrs. Schu
macker siivh her husband used toward
her such vllo language It can not be
printed nnd bus threatened to do her
bodily harm. She accuses her bus
tiand of having a vicious temper. The
wlfo claims her husband lias been a
drunkard for tlireo yoars.
Tho wlfo snys that sho is tho owner
of property In Duller and she wishes
tho court to bar him fiom any dower
Interest In hor property by way of ali
mony for herself. Mm. .Schuiiiackcr
says sho has always been a dutiful
wife nnd, lias givon hor husband no
cause for his conduct. Sho asks
'through her attorneys, Kramer & Jar
vis, that tho common pleas court
grant her n divorco and reasonable
alimony by barring her husband front
any Interest l:i her property.
The Struble Estate
Kdlph V. Strublo of Fredorlcktown
has been nppolnted executor of Dan
Struble. No bond. Tho appraisers
are I'. D Ackerinnn, D. Mr.DrnuilmcU
nnd Seymour Cooper.
John Clyde Coe, farmer, Liberty
township, and Sara Agues l-ailuuue,
modiste, Mt. Vernon. Itev. V. A.
Honjnnilii Wander to I. II. Work
linn, lots 1-1(1, D. Wnmter's add., D.tit
J .I. Parker, slioiirf, to K. M. Cor
neli, lots 7-8, Potwin & Kaymond's
add., Mt.' Vernon, $l',filO.
10. M. Cornell to J. 10, Stouobroolc
et nl., lot 8, same add,, 11.
Tlios. M. Taylor (o llrook Hansom,
part lot :i, II. D. Ilugci'ti'ti add,, Mt.
By A Bull And Most Painfully
S. B. Dowds Has A Thrilling
S. 13. Dowds, residing of tho Woos
ter road, north east of tho city, nar
rowly escaped being gored to death
Monday by nn Infuriated bull which
attacked nnd seriously Injued him. He
was hurled against a pile of lumber
by charges maJe by the beast. Sever
al ribs were fractured and thero may
be Internal Injuries.
Mr. Dowds was at work In a field
near his home when the bull caught
sight of him. The animal Immediate
ly canio toward hint, but was not no
ticed until escapo was Impossible.
Mr. Dowds wns hurled to the ground.
With difficulty the sharp hoofs were
evaded by tho fallen man who was
able to regain his feet. Barely had
he gained an upright position when he
was struck another volent blow by the
bull's head. This time Ho was thrown
against a pllo of lumber and several
ribs wero broken. Further Injury was
avoldod by Mr. Dowds by climbing
to tho top of tho pile of lumber out
of tllo nnlinnlV reach.
Tho bull wns known to havo been
a little vlclois but such an attack
had never bou made before.
s soon as tho beast's uttontlon was
dlrucle'1 elsowhero Mr. Dowds inailo
his way homo with the greatest
dllllculty mid a physician from Mt.
Vernon was auiuiiinucd to reduce tho
several fractures. There are ninny
painful bruises about his body.
Position Given The Rev. F.
I. Johnson Of This City
Will Locate In Cleveland-
Ml. Vernon District
f-OR SAFETY OF DEPOSITS IN
THE BUCKEYE STATE BUILD-
INQ AND LOAN COMPANY,
RANKIN BUILDING, 23 WEST
GAY. STREET, COLUMBUS,
H. No monoy deposited with tills
progressive but conservative company
In, under' any circumstances, loaned
to any of Its officers or directors' All
'money Is loaned only to outsiders on
'llrst mortgago on real estate. If they
1inv6 tho security, they get tho won-
y; otherwise, not. Assets $ri,00.000.
-l''lve per 'cent paid on tlmo deposits.
WILL BE GOOD
Arthur .Mills was nucHlod Tuesday
morning by Constable Huiupuu on a
peace arrant sworn out befortt
'Squire liarter - u,y J ml won Poland.
When prfnlgued uofoia .luslleo liarter
Mills furnished bond for good behav
ior and was released:
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"I wan taken with diarrhoea and
Mr. Yorlcs, tho merchant here, per
nunded mo to try a bottle of Cham
berlnln's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea
llemody. After taking ono doso of It
'I wan cufed. It ol cured others
that 1 gavo '1 to," Writes M. M, Gub
luirt, Orlolo, Pa. That is not at all ttn
UHiial An ordinary attack of diar
rhoea can almost invariably bo cured
by ono or two doneu of t'tls routed.
-For sale by nil dealer,
Ma; Be Placed Against Ed'
win Bible Now la Jail
, tract to A. B, Davis for Tepalrs to
1 lm 'tillifinilcrli iit1tnf nn f tin linn I-
twecn Union and, Howard townships.
The contract price was $30.
Deeds Filed ' '
Itobcrt L. Carr, cxr., to Thos. A.
Dyrncs, port lot 34, Brown's execu
tors' add., ML Vernon, $1,600.
Samuel L. Black to Isaac Morgan,
tot 187, Buckeye City, 135.
Oeorgo Ynuger. to Samuel W. Yau
ger In Clinton, 1-7 interest in 237
Tried To Cash A Check For
$100 On Buckeye Bank
And It Is Alleged The Check
Prisoner Fought With Consta
ble To Get Away
Other Items Of Interest From
The Court House
Of Progressive Republicans
For Wilson's Election
Of Wide-Spread And
Rev. V. I. Johnson of Mt. Vernon,
who has been superintendent of tho
Mt. Vonion district of tho Methodist
ICplscopul church, overseeing seventy
llvo churches, will no longer be a resi
dent of Mt. Vernon. At tho sohhIoiih
of tho Noith-Kust Ohio Conference of
tho M. 10. church In Cleveland on Mon
day, Hov. Johnson was niado execu
tive Hoorotury of tho Methodist Union
wltli liividuuiirteiH In Cleveland. Ilev.
Johnson will move to that city and
will havo licaihiuarterH In tho Cham
ber or Commorco building.
Hereafter there will be no Mt. Ver
uoii district, this distiict being Includ
ed In tho MaiiHlleld dlstitct.
Row Chariest Galllnioro, who was
pastor of the (lay street M. !'. church
lor some years, has been miide dis
trict superintendent of tho Sandusky
A now two cent stamp In commem
oration of tho Panama-Pacific expo
sltloii In San Francisco, tiftSt., was
approved by Postmaster General
Hitchcock. It Is about an inch nud a
iiiartur long, It boars an engraving
representing the (latuu locks of tho
Panama canal, showing a steamship
emerging from thu northern lock and
another vessel being raised In tho
southern lock, hi thu middle distance
la a group of tall palm trees and In
the background lino tho hills of tho
Isthmus. Across the top aro tho
words; "II, 8, Postage" directly be
low these lines, "San Francisco,
1015." In each lower corner Is an
olive branch, typofyiug peace; and
balancing it, on the right Is a palm
branch, Indicative of victory and the
If often caused by Inillgoatlon ami
constipation, nnd (illicitly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets urv talc
en, For salo by all dealers.
Mr. nnd Mis. U. S Colvlllo wont to
Coluuibus Wednesday morning to
Edwin Bible, claiming Coshocton
as his home, was placed In the Knox
county Jail Monday evening, and a
chargo of forgery will probably bo
tiled against him nt an early date.
It appear that lllblo was In Mt.
Vornon on Sunday and early Monday
morning left ,'uls city In company
with a woman by tho name of Corn
Milliter. Bible nnd tho woman ap
pealed at tho Uuckcyo City Dank on
Monday morning where the man en
deavored to secure a check cashed
for 1100, Tho check was on tho Ponn
Oil Company of Charleston, West Vir
ginia, and was signed by J, F. Wood-
all. It appears that on one or two
other occasions checks of a similar
kind have been presented to this bank
and come back protested.
When Dlblo presented the check
on Monday morning, cashier Work
man decided to tnko no more chances
and refused to cash the check. Tho
rashlcr started to question the man,
but the conversation was cut short
when Dlblo suddenly ran out of tbo
bank, leaving tho girl. Bible was lnnt
Been on the load to Howard.
Cashier Workman telephoned to
Howurd and -tsked the marshal to ar
rest the man should he appear there.
Dlblo reached the village later In tho
day and was promptly apprehended
liy tho mnT8hal of the village and talc- "t "' " ln Roosovolt cause
en to tlio hotel.
It was at tho hotel that an exciting
scene occurred. Dlblo secured a knife
nud chased the marshal out ot tho
hotol nud made his escape. In tho
meantime tho marshal secured rein
fmeeiuonts and started after ills man.
lllblo walked most of tho way to Mt.
Vernon and .vas not ovel taken by the
nmi'hliiil and ills assistant until he
Touched Campbell's hill, Just east of
Dlblo was nkon back to Dauvillo
irml tinned over to Marshal Maglll of
The prlsonei was taken bofoin
'Stpilrc Dltibaugh of Union township
Monday night, but stated that lie was
not roady to mako any plea, Accoid
Ingly Bible was brought to Mt. Ver
non Into Monday night by Coustnhlo
Mnglli and was locked up In the coun
ty Jail. Cashier 'orktian of tho
Duckoye City Dank stated that he
would file an allldavlt against Dlblo,
charging him with foigery.
The Milliter gill, who accompanied
lllblo to Uauville Monday morning,
secure! a livery tig in that vlllago
Monday night and returned to Mt.
Joseph D, Drnssour, glass workor,
Halom, West Vliglnla, and Alice
Dewey, Mt. Vernon. Rev. J. A. I-ong.
A suit for Injunction has been In
stituted Invito court of common pleas
of Knox conty by Charles H, Putiches
ugnlnst William L. Mclntlre. The
plaintiff states that ho Is tho owner
of laud in Monroe township and that
th) defendant has maintained a dam
on tho property of Henry Patterson hi
the 111110 township. The plaintiff
states that the dam has become wash
ed out hi some places and that water
from Center Hun overllows on Ills
land. The plaintiff asks that the de
fendant bo restrained from conduct
ing such n dim and allowing Uie wat
er to overllow on the premises of the
plaintiff; Tho plaintiff further asks
for damagos In tho sum of $100. A
temporary restraining order has been
Issued by Probate Judge Morry. I., T.
Ciomley l tho attorney for the plain,
Contract Lot' ;
Tho county commissioners nt their
session on Monday awarded a con-
New York, Sept. 24 Much Interest
has been caused by tho opening In
Now York City of tho Eastern Head
quarters of tho Wilson National Pro
gressive Republican League, and no
little significance attaches to this
Tho movement Is headed by Ru
dolph Sprcckels ot California, one of
tho best known, most influential and
Independent of Progressive Republi
cans. Ho Is a man who Is a Progres
sive becnufio ho believes ho can thus
host servo his country. Mr. Spcckols
Is not a professional politician. Ho
has nover sought to got nnythlng out
of politics for himself.
Ho is an Independent patriot Inde
pendent In his views nnd his actions
as well as in his private fortune, who
Is devoting much of his tlmo, his
means and his Indoinltablo energy to
tho perpetuation of thoso principles
ho believes to bo right and to securo
tho election of those men whom he
considers best fitted lo sorvo tho poo
One of tho leading features of tho
present Presidential campaign has
been tho Independence of thought and
action which has been developod In'
the ranks or the old parties. Tho
American pcoplo aro thinking and act
ing more and moro for themselves.
ScoroB of truly Progressive Republi
cans aro nnnounced supporters of Wil
son and Marshall, tho Democratic nom
inees for President nnd Vice-President,
respectively, nnd of tho princi
ples they roprcsent.
These Republicans oppose tho reac
tionary of tho Tuft typo and aro with-
purpose of tho movomont headed by
Mr. Sprockets and his associates Is to
crystallzp this widespread sentiment
in the ord tlmo Republican ranks, they
believing thnt they can thus best
servo tho Interests of all tho peoplo,
Irrespective of party linos, and in so
doing best servo the Interests of tho
Tho Republican I.caguo movemont
Is vury slgnlllcnnt of tho ronl awaken
tug of tho Amotlcnii people.
Governor Woodrow WIlBon tele
graphed to Mr. Spreeklcs from Colum
bus, Ohio, his congratulations on tho
opening of tho Wilson National Pro
grohslvo League, as follows:
"Your telegram telling mo of tho
formation of tho Wilson National Pro
grohslvo Republican League gavo mo
tho deepest gratification and encour
ngomont. Tho action you and your
associates aro taking seems to mo
truly patriotic. The progreBslvo forces
of the nation ought not to bo divided.
No mere attachment to a party name
should now separate men whoso pur
poses and convictions are united for
common object. The formation of tho
loaguo scorns to mo ono of tho most
reashiiilng Indications of tho tomper
of thoughtful men. May I not convey
to you my congratulations on your
own part In tho movement?"
Mr. Russell M. Church, son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles M. Church of North
Park street, and Miss MattlQ, McCoy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O; W. McCoy
of Tlffln, Ohio, formerly ot Mt. Ver
non, wore married at Tlffln Thursday
evening, September 19th, at 9 o'clock.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Shuman at hta home.
The young couple are very well
known In Mt. Vernon, Mr. Church hav
ing resided hero all of his life. Miss
McCoy formerly resided with her par
ents on East Chestnut street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Church arived In Mt.
Vernon Saturday evening after a wed
ding trip to Niagara Falls, Buffalo,
and other points In tfow York nnd
eastern Ohio. They will reside on
North Park street.
Mrs. William H. Mitchell entertain
ed very pleasantly at her home In
Lock Monday afternoon In honor ot
Mr. Walter Pitkin of Chicago, III.,
Miss Laura Olfford of Cleveland and
Miss Lucy Craig of Mt. Vernon, who
wero her gttest3 for tho day. Twenty
young people were present during the ,
afternoon which was spent playing
games and In music.
Mr. Joseph Drnssour, of Salom,
West Virginia, and Miss Alice Dowey
of this city were married at 10::(0
Tuesday morning at tho parsonngo of
tho Vino Stro-jt Church of Christ, 110
East Vino street, by Row .1. A. Long.
Tli ay will tunko their homo In Salem,
BANNER WANT ADS PAY
Mrs. Clifford Fuller of Elizabeth
streot, who recently underwent an op
eration nt tho Mt. Vemon hospital,
was sufficiently recovered Wednesday
morning to bo removed to her home.
Josh Porch, ot Anita, la., after
spending a week in Knox county
among friends, Is In Mansfield visit
ing among his brothers' families.
Mr. C. V. Crltchncld loft Wcdncs
day morning for Cincinnati, Ohio,
where ho was called on business.
Mr. 'Charles Whlttlngton went to
Mt. Gllead Wednesday morning to
make a short business visit.
Even la its early stagc9 Catarrh Is a most distressing complaint,
known by its symptoms of stuffy feeling in the head and nose, roaring In
the eara, mucus In the throat, difficult breathing, etc. When the blood be
comes thoroughly polluted with catarrhal matter the inflammation extends
to the bronchial tubes, causing hoarseness and often an aggravating cough,
Vi afnmaMi 4a affIWI rnatittTna- t rivanpnaia. loSfl of annctite. and eracl-
. , ually all the mucous membranes of the body become
diseased. Catarrh is a deeD-seated blood disease
rfl cjB blH
anA mint kn troafml cnnntittltlonallvt it ifl beVOnd
the reach of local treatment. Only temporary relief
can ever be had from the use of sprays, washes, etc.
8. S: S. cures Catarrh by cleansing the blood of all
impure catarrhal mattet and at the same time build
ing up the entire system. It goes down into the
circulation and removes all impurities. Then as
pure, nourishing blood circulates through the body,
thcMtiflamml membranes heal, all dlschanres cease
and every symptom of Catarrh passes away. Don't neglect Catarrh; cure
it with S. 8. 8. as thousands have done. Book on Catarrh and any medical
advice free. jus SWFT SFEOFIC CO ATLANTA, GA.
DR. C. C. CRIDER . :
Veterinary Surgeon. :
Graduate Licensed :
Ofllco and residence corner 5
Qamblor and Mulberry sts. Calls ;
answered day or night. Both
'phones, Citizens' 172 bluo; Bell 5
RUSSELL R. SELLERS
Mt. Vernon, - - Ohio
Citizens' 'Phone 2019B
Wilto or 'phono cai
dates, as I sell nearly ovory day
during tho salo season.
?IiwIa9 Where Rupture Occur
Rupture, Piles, Fistula,
VARICOCELE and HYDROCELE
CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE.
NO C'JRE-NO PAY. Send 2c tUmp lor Book how we
cure and tarimonuk, Some may be your neighbor!. &
Drs. HAINES & HAINES, KJiut W
Room 32. lOI N. Hioh St.
Something to Think About
At the age of 65 years, It Is estimated 97 of the people of the
United States are dependent upon others.
Put your money in one of these farms and you will not be depend
ent upon any one.
Here are some good ones:
!M', acres black and semi-black loamy soil, splcdld corn and clov
er farm. Good 8-rooni house, barn 36 by 40 and ono 26 by 40 and out
buildings. Nlco fruit orchard. $100ycarly gas income and free gas.
Close to school and railroad. Cmlles to Mt. Vernon. A money
maker at $7,500. " i
91 acre's In splendid Btate of cultivation, lays good, well fenced
with woven wire fencing. Good 7-room house, nice large bank barn,
wagon-shed nndvcrlbs, windmill, well, cistern and spring water, 8 to 10
acres of timber. $100 yearly gas ln-come and is cloee to fine wells. 3
miles' out. $8,000. See this one for a good farm.
G5 acre valley farm, fine soli, good water, fruit orchard, 7-room
frame house, barn, wagonshed and cribs, good fences. $100 yearly
gas loaso If desired n Well located. I
130 acres within two miles of both Mt. Vernon and Gambler,
good 7-room house, barn 35 by 70, one 25 by 30, wagon shed and other
buildings. Nlco 10 acre fruit orchard. A good Investment and homo
at $80 per acre.
See ua for some money-making farm bargains NOW.
W. C. Rockwell Farm Land Co.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
Prescription Gets. Local
Physician lolo Trouble
On Tuesday morning Chief of Po
llco It. S. ClomentH made an affidavit
before Mayor A. A. I'errlne charging
Or. C. M. Mahaffoy with unlawfully
issuing a proscription, Armed with
tho warrant the, chief sought tho phy
sician and arrested htm at 11 o'clock.
Ho plo.ulod guilty when arraigned be
fore tho mayor and wiib fined $250 nnd
tho costs, The line was paid. It Is
alleged In tho allldavlt that Dr. Ma
hnlTcy Issued tho prescription to M.
Tanglier for Intoxlcntlng liquor know
lug that It would bo iiBoduia a bover
BO. , '
Sco V. C. tlockwoll Farm-land Cum
putty's nd In this Issue., tt
Young Men Who Go Away
College or Unversity,
or who arc fortuntc enough to live where the college
or university is, are just the sort of men that we're
ready for with our new' models in
Hart Schaf fner & Marx
You have no idea can't have unless you see
them how for in advance of all other "young men's
styles" these aro. The fashions are lively, snappy,
stunning; the fabrics aro chosen for young tastes in
color and pattern; but one important point is the
clothes are all-wool; and the tailoring is such that the
clothes keep shape.
Better See Us About This
CotrrliM Hilt cr,for It Mws .,'
YOUNG AMERICA Clothing House
I. ROSENTHALL, Prop. Tjie Big Store on the Corner Main and Vine Sts.