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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 112.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
By The High School Team
And Second Otterbeio Team
Was Easily Oefeated
at ' '
The College Team Greatly
Outweighed The Locals
lot The Mt. Vernon Men
Played Better FNthill
Aid As A Result A Decisive
Scire 01 25 To 0
With a defense and attack far
stronger thtin Unit one wcok ago, the
Mt. Vortion high school foot ball team
easily won over the heavier second
team of Ottorbcln college by a score
of 25 to 0 at Riverside park Saturday
afternoon. The college team greatly
outweighed tho locals, but In spite of
this fact they could do nothing and
were forced to acknowledge defeat
at the hands of a much smaller, but
hotter drilled team.
When the local team played Gallon'
high school one week ago they madea
very poor showing on tho defense in
spite pf tho fact that they won the
game. In the Otterbeln game the
story was different and told of hard
and! earnest work during the past
week. Tho college backs could not
gain through the line and were sel
dom' able to make a substantial 'gain
aroujnd the ends. Much credit la due
the players and coaches for the ontlre
different working of the team.
Seldom were the Westervlllians
within striking distance and never
were.thoy nearer than 25 yards from
Mt. jVernon's goal. Play was in Otter
bolnj territory nearly all of the time.
Tho teams compared very unfavorably-
when they camo on the field. The
college men were older, larger, and
apparently much stronger. Their
practice was snappy and looked fast
This was all on the outside, however,
as they were at tho mercy of the lo-J
cals ns Boon os the whistle blew.
Vance, Porter, Ewnlt and Clayton
showed well for Mt Vomon, while
Richie and Metzger were the most
valuable men to the visitors. Vance
pulled off several long runs and pro
tected himself oxcellently from tack
lors. Ewalt played a fine game both
on the offense and defense, whilo
Porter and Clayton were in neaTly ev
er play. Porter was as usual 'the
shining light and repeated many
times his past performance of stop
ping hostile attacks before they could
get under way. Nearly every man on
Uio'ml Vernon team showed marked
Improvement and tho hope of defeat
ing Newark next Saturday is now
Mt. Vernon received the kick-off
and, by a series of snappy advances,
took the oval to the Otterbeln. 10 yard
line. Here a fumble resulted luckily
for iOtterbein and they received the
ball! They were unable to gain on
tbrqe downs and t punted. -On the first
play Vance ran 80 yardB to their five
wyard line and Captain Reeder carried
It over. He missed goal.
Otterbeln had the ball at the begin
ning" of the second period but lost it
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dustrial promotion schemes, so
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on downs. After two plays Van Voor-
hls carried the oval around Otter
hoin's left end for a 50 yard run and
u touchdown Ho missed an adomnt
at goal. Tho score stood 12 to 0 In
favor of Mt. Vernon nt the end of tho
first half of tho game.
Otterbeln i'ecelved the klckoff at
the beginning of .the third period biit
wore helpless. They lost tho ball on
downs and were unable to stop v a
steady march down the field which
resulted In A. Happ going bvor for the
third touchdown. Reeder missed tho
goal. Score 18 to 0.
In tho filial period Mt Vernon
scored the fourth touchdown. A ser
ies of lino plunges that started from
tho middle of tho field took the ball
to Ottorbpln's one yard lino., Ewnlt
carried It over through mhugo holo
torn In tho .center of the lino by Por
ter. Scverns kicked goal. Tho score
stood Mt. Vernon 25 Otterbeln 0 when
time was called.
Kramer .' Paul
Smith .. ; Hert
Porter- ;.... .-'. Richie
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Bartlett ..;. Young
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Seymour . Kratzer
Clayton . . , , . Beale
Sapp (C) Sheppard
Q. B. ,
Reeder :.(C).., Shannon
Van Voorhls Edmund
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Escape From Death
' Asphyxiation Bad Mrs.
Mrs. Clinton N. Williams narrowly
escaped death by asphyxiation at her
home on South Gay street Saturday
afternoon. She was found uncon
scious on the front porch by Mrs. O,
R. Smith, a neighbor. Gas fumes had
epcaped from the furnace and the
louse was filled with them.
At about fi o'clock in the afternoon
Mrs. Williams began to suffer with a
very bnd bea.bip'o. After a time the
telephone bell .Ui)g and iho answered
the (tU. In 11 lew minutes nnunoi'
mil tune over the telaphone and sue
answered this time, but fell to tad'
Hour Immediacy afterward. By n
treat effort Mrs. Williams was abl)
to roaih the ..unit door and open It,
tut sr k lnt? uncons-. ouuiess befoo
she could summon help. .Mrs. Smith,
who resides next door, saw her lying
en the porcji and, after -learning her
condition, summoned assistance and
a physician was called'. ySbe was re
stored to consclousnpss after a time
aza recovery was rapia. no serious
results" will follow.
For the benefit of tho patrons 01
the Mt. iVernon Telephone Co. , ar
rangements have been' made for e
celvlne and tabulating the results rf
the election as fast as the precincts
In Kqo county are counted out. lJ.:
bB"se of the long ticket it is not (
jeeted that any roturnd will be in be
Jatrors desiring an' InformaHonf
about the election of the local camli-
oates-or regarding general results,
Miller on Tuesday nigh, or Vcdw
dey morning, will plorfat call for the
Election Ope'Uor ut Mt Vernon.
'..no Mt. Vtrnon i'jKlione 0
The census bureau reports a short
age of 3,000,000 women in the popu
lation of the United States. That
makes It bardor yet on tho cowboys of
I the far west.
Is Given The Rome for The
Aged Of Mt. Vernm
By The Terms Of Tbfe Will
Of Henry fi. Disney' v
$1,000 Is Given Missioiiry
Society Of The M.L Church
Aid $500 To The Tmtets
01 Odd Felhws font
OtierNttes Of Merest Fni
The CWrt Hnse
Tho last will and testament of
Henry I). Dlsnoy, late of Mllford
township, Knox county, linn been filed
hi probate. By the terms of the will
the testator directs that all his real
pstnto and porsonrtl property be sold
and converted into money and thut
tho proceeds be divided ns follows:
To Dr. Larliin E. Disney $500, to Rev.
1). A. Dlsnoy $500, to George It. Dis
ney $500, to Mary A. Ormo $500, to
D V. Dlsuey $500; nil of tho nbovo
being brothers and 11 ulster of tho
Tne testator further directs that
the sum of $500 be paid to the trus
tees of the Odd Fellows Home at
Springfield to be used for the support
of destitute Odd Fellows, $1,000 to
the GeoTge S. Minor Special Gift Day
Schools of Foochow, China, for , tho
support of tho Henry B, Disney school
;r a school to be known as tho Henry
B. Disney school.
To the Woman's Home Missionary
Society of tho Gay 8treet M. K.
church of Mt. Vernon the sum of
To "tho trustees of the Home for
tho Aged of Mt. Vernon the sum of
Should there not be sufficient funds
to rauke the above distribution then
it Is to be mado pro rata.
If any of the above named brothers
or sister die before the death of the
testator, then their sharo goes to the
trustees of the Home for the Aged ut
Mt. Vernon, and if any of the above
named organizations close or cease to
exist at the time of the filing o'f this
will, then the share as set forth In
the said will shall go to tho Home for
the Aged at Mt. Vemon.
Any balanco that might remain af
ter all special bequests are paid shall
go to the brothers and sister.
The will was signed December 11,
1907, in the present of H. A. Mackay
end Lewis B. Houck.
Local Stock Involved
James Westwnter, In a petition sup
plementary to n suit asking for an ac
counting, filed in 1910 against his
brother, David Westwater, who. was
killed In an automobile Accident last
summer, asks Judgment against John
Westwater, .executor of the estate of
David Westwater, for $48,000.
It Is alleged that David Westwuter
borrowed the amount from him In
March, 1911, and promised to give as
urety property at Oak Street and
Grant Avenue and property in Nagh
ten street, Just east of Pearl.
It Is alleged that tho last named
property never was transferred and
that the first was encumbered by a
mortgage for $40,000, which wasjn
violatlon of the agreement. It is also
said that a promise was made to
V-ansfer $95,000 worth of stock In the
Mt. Vernon Bridge Company, but that
only $65,000 worth actually was trans
The original suit for accounting al
leged that David Westwater bad con
verted to his own use collateral which
was held as security for a loan of
Westwater &; Casey. Columbus Jour
Common Pleas Court
The November term of common
pleas court convened Monday morn'
lng at 9 o'clock at the Knox county
court house with Judge Seward of
Newatk on 'the. bench. The members
of the grand Jury reported'for duty.
The members of the petit Jury will
report on Monday, November 11,
All members of the grand Jury ro
portod for duty Monday morning, Mr.
Lafo Straug was made foreman of
liio grand Jury. To grand Jury will
:ioi bo In session Tuosday and Wed
nesday on account of tho election.
Prosecutor Cromley expect to have
r.ll the work completed by Friday so
that the grand Jury can report to
Jiidgo Seward nt that' llmo
Court Bailiff Patrick 'Purc-ell receiv
ed a messago from Flagstaff, Arizona,
Monday, asking for fnforrnalion con
cerning Davoy Pearlmftd Ivan Mlek-nolM-n.
The latter named was arrest
ed in Mt. Vernon n year or more ago
when bo wns discovered in the act of
mirglarizing tho Prlndle restaurant on
Wont High street. At tho trial Mink
utlfson was released on probation and
wan 'allowed to go to Kanhns City,
Mo where he accepted n position on
tho Kansas City Htuj. It Is the sup
position that the man was arrested
In Flagstaff and when searched a
probation blank from tho probate
court of Knox county, (Jhlo, was found
in his clotlipn. Court Bailiff Purcell
mrnlshed the officials of Flagstaff, a
history of tjie case' in this city
Foster Brought Here
Clurence Foster was brought to this
city from tho Ohio nenltcntiary Sat
urday night by Sheriff. Parker. Fos
ter was allowed n now ttial by the
circuit court and accordingly will be
given n new trial. at, the November
term of court. Fostwyls now in the
county Jail, bond not hnving been
First Partial t '
A first partial acceAlnt bus been
filed In probate by fa. M. Divan, exec
utor of Margaret Wolfe, showing the
following: Rocelved i$8,7?.2.07, paid
out 7,802.::0.- balance, '$91M 57
Marriage Licenses .
Charles M. Mnhnffey, physician, and
Gertrude V March, b'oth of ML Ver
. Olnronre iiinken, chef, and Lottie
7l. Lewis, "both of ML Vernon. Rev.
I. M. WoIIh. " ".
Dorothy A. Peterson to Anna Sut
ton et al parcel in Clinton, $1.
John Sutton to Dorothy A. Peterson
lot 9, part lot 10, IV. & II. add.. Mt.
Vomon, $1. , 1
Georgo H. Heard to Daisy Heard, In
lot 30:i, Running's add., ML Vernon,
Can unybody lay up treasures in heav
en when even the price! of cranberries
Is being advanced?
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We are aiming to sell more
linens this month than we
ever put out in any other
one month, and as we have
a bigger and better assorted
stock than ever and unsual
ly good values the prospects
are good for a record break
$1.00 Linens for 79c
To start the ball rolling we
are offering a 70-inch bleach
Damask in a heavy $1.00
grade at 79c. Five patterns v
from which to choose. Clov
er 'leaf, rose, Fleur-de-Lis,
Pansy and striped patterns
with appropriate borders.
Pdn't miss this item.
. A big line of others at, per
yaijd, 26c, 60c, 76c, 1, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2. Many with
napkins to match. t
CLOTHS & LUNCH SETS
There is also a big line of
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fSSHv ovV" to '' Ht
Of Former Mt. Vernon Mji
Neir Brink Haven
Toot A Horse And Buggy
And Captured Alter An
Brink Haven, 0 Nov, i - There
was much excitement In this region
Saturday night and Sunduy gro'ng
out of the stealing of a horce end
luggy and the arrest of the guilty
On Saturday evening, Chaney Uow
al hitched his horse in front of
Day's store and later on when 'he
went to get it it was missing. The
horse had not broken loose and the
conclusion was immediately reaoaed
that It had been stolen. Pursuing
parties wero immediately organized
tnd Btorted out In different directions.
.About 2 o'clock Sunday morning the
hose and buggy were found by the
roadside three miles south of Brl.ik
Haven where they had been aband
oned. Mvshai Hunter of Brink Haven
anil Constable) Hoagland, who found
the r'r, met Samuel Strouse who
gave them the information tlint he
t.nil passed a man walking along the
load "going townrd Cavallo. With this
tip tho officers started In their pur
tr.lt of tho trlef. It was not until
Sunday evening that they came
ncrosH htm ut lladdow paxtt where
he was attempting to board a train.
Thoy placed him under arrest and he
proved' to be David Kigcr, who has
a bad record and at one time lived In
Klger was taken before 'Squire
Kcldcrboures Monday morning where
ho entered a plea of guilty and was
fined $10 and costs and given a sen
tpr.ee of 20 days in the county jail.
This craze for pure food has been
carried so far that the prudent house
wife won't buy a bag of salt without
inquiring If It is perfectly fresh.
finished cloths and lunch sets
for both round and square
Hemstitched cloths, size
56x85 with square corners,
$1.95 and $2.75.
Scalloped 45 inch' round
cloths nt $2.00.
Scalloped 54 inch round
Scalloped edge, cloths with
square corners, size 60x64, at
Hemstitched cloths with
square corners, size 62x95, at
Luncheon Sets Cloth 60x
64 at $2.75.
Napkins, 17 inch, size, per
. . ' ' .
Luncheon Cloth Both
hemstitched and with scal
loped edges ur all sizes and
qualities at from 75c to $4.
Table Sets Table cloths
and napkins to match in ex
tra fine qualities at per set,
$3.50 to $10.00.
Of Ripe Is Placed Agalist
Bound Over To The Grind
Jury Under A $1,000 Bond
Frank McPeek was arrested at 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon by Offlcer
Walter George on a charge of rope
committed on Lulu Tlsh, a girl alleg
ed to be under 16 years of age. Tho
v, arrant was sworn out before Mayor
I'crrino by the girl's mother, Delia
Lindsay. Tho rape Is claimed to have
been committed on or about April
McPeek was arraigned before the
mayor immediately alter his arrest,
and waived examination. He was
bound over to the grand Jury under
a bond of $1,000, which was furnished.
Is CiGdliloi.Ol Child lealt
Of Telescoping Of Bowels ,
Tho nine-months-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. McCann of North Sandasky
street Is In a very critical condition
at the ML Vernon hospital as a re
sult of an attack of telescoping of the
towels. A large section of the Intes
tines was removed In ah operation
Monday morning and the child's life
saved at least for the time being.
At noon Sunday the boy suffered
pains In his abdomen and a physician
was called. On Monday morning he
was taken to the hospital and an op
eration revealed the fact that nearly,
three feet. of. the small intestines were
telescoped Into the large Intestine.
This Is a very unusual case In a child
so young. " .
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Now is the time to enjoy again
those happy days spent in field
The season on Quail and Rab
bit 'opens Nov. 16th.
You can be sure of getting
your share if you use our .,.,
Guns and Ammunition
Winchester Pump '
. Baker Double
Barrel. ..,.".. .$20.00
Barrel . ., $10.00
H. & R. Single Bar
rel ...$4.50 and $4.75
...'.... -.$1.40 to $4.50
Gun Cases, Leggings, U.
M. C. and Winches
40 Years on W. Side Sq.
Ypu ,wIU,flnd..,a; complete. lla j,
of Qas Stoves from . small beater
' i ..li r i .,
- I omm ". "i rriir mitt
a large range. Our 'stoves are I1
! '. I
: all guaranteed to bo, good beaters .
with small gas consumption and
our prices are the lowesL Do not
buy a Gas Stove without going to-
The Arnold Store, ML Vernon, O.
For Hearing" In Probate
Court of Knox County,
NOTICE OF HEARINU ACCOUNT
Following account has been' flla
for settlement and will bo heard mi
Tuesday, Nov 26, 1912, at 9. a. m.y
First and final account of Daniel
Boner, trustee of Burr Struble.
PATRICK A.. BERRY,
NOTICE ' OF ' HE" ARlNQ ACCOUNT
".Following account has been filed)
for settlement and will be beard eji
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1912, at 9. a. .3
First and final, 'account of Ada B
Kirkpatrlck, eiecu'lrlx of Margaret I,
Merriri. " '' '"
" ' PATRICK A. BERRT,
' Probate Jadge. '
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been SMI
for settleaient and .will be heard
Tuesdasv.Nov. ,..19,12, at 9. a. a.
First partial account of O. M. DlvaK
executor of .Margaret, A. Wolfe. ,
-.(,.. roDate Judga.
NOTICE ,OF -HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been SMI
for settlement and will be beard
Tuesday," NovC-Ml 1912, at 9. a. .
First and final account of Josepa l
Blubaugb,' executor of Lucinda Dick.
"PATRICK A,. BERRY.
' - . Probate Judge.
TO DISCUSS SE
CURITY OF AIR CRAFT ,
Paris, Nov. 4 Tho latest models at
military and naval air craft from the
most conspicuous feature of the
aviation salon '"which opened 1st
Paris today, to coutlnue through th
greater part of tho week. In connec
tion with the exhibition there is to
bo a conference of aerouautlcal ex
perts of all nations to discuss the
momentous problem of the security
of aeroplanes. i
. .. Art Jlffc"