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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
TUE8DAY,' NOVEMBER 19, 1912
GIBSON TRIAL TODAY
Lawyer Accused of Murder In Cheer
ful Frame of Mind.
Mlddletown, N. Y.. Nov. 18. The
trial of Burton W. Olbson, charged
IUi tho murder of. Mrs. Rosa Men
ebtk Szabo at Greenwood Lake on
aTaly 16, was called today. Coroner
IBraaservogel of New York' and Assist
at District Attorney Murphy of Dls
rlet Attorney Whit man's office ar
tvd at Goshen early In the day and
'Ware In conference wlthh District At
torney Thomas C. Rogers of OranRo
rawnty. Mr. nosers stated that he he
Hared that the trial ,wo,u1d probably
lake eight days, , , '
Olbson was In 'the same cheerful
ramp, of mind which has character
ised him since he 'has been In Goshen
' fell, and he Is confident that he will
acquitted. ' ' i
TAFT FOR SUPREME BENCH?
VIII Be Three Vacancies During
Washington, Nov. 18, Politicians
ad. ground for Interesting speculation
M to the possibility of President-elect
Wilson. If opportunity Is afforded htm,
M appointing Mr.'Taft a member of
the United States supremo court, It
la possible there will bo tbreo vacnn
rtta on the bench under the Wilson
fmlnlstratlon. Chlof Justice White
will he eligible to retire In 1915, at
which time he wilt be 70 years old.
Justice Holmes Is now ellglblo to ro
MfB, and Justice McKcnna will be ell
fbl to retire next August
Flynn to 8ucceed Wllkle.
New York, Nov. 18. William J.
BTynn, chief of the secret sorvlco
Utd now head of the' Investigators for
the Currnn aldermanic committee, re
signed from his placet Ip the staff of
the committee today and on Wednes
day will succeed Chief Wllkle at tho
feead of the secret, servlco of tho
United States, with headquarters In
Washington. ' '
ITALIANS AND INDIANS MIX-UP
-fjloody Race Clash In Which the Red
, eklns Get the Worst of It.
North Collins, N. Y.. Nov. 18. A
Woody race riot occurred here be
tween Italian residents and n party of
Indians from the Cattaraugus reserva
tion. Thn Indians, who numbered not
juro than a dozen, wcro bndly beaten
ip and one will dlo. Two of tho most
aerfously Injured, who liavo bean Iden
tified, nro Jake and lien Dennett,
toothers. Jake's death Is expected
anomentarlly. None of tho Itallnnn
were aerlously Injured, nultcts dew
fast and billiard rues and morion were
aed with tolling effect.
BY JULY 1, 1913
Practical Completion of the Panama
Canal Is Assured.
Washington, Nov. 18. Practical
Mmpletlon of tho I'nnama ciuml by
JUly 1, 1913, Is assured, according to
tka annual report of Colonel (,ourgt
W. Cloethala, chief .engineer of thn
eTanania canal. On that date, In upltn
f several slides in Culebra cut during
tie last year, thn exrnvallou in the
eut will be completed, and by Aug. 1,
1911. thn spillway' at (latun dam will
tto finished; Tho concrete wo'rjt about
the locks and dicdglng of channels to
tfe son will be finished betweou Jan.
m mad July 1, 1913.
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO, NOV. 18.
Caltl Itrcolptn, 1,000 limit; lnvM,
46 3S(M1 00; TnxnH Hirers, (4 30W5 SO;
wentrrn sltorii. B 50119 00; stiii'liem anil
seders. 14 10f7 10; cows it ml heifers,
tstc7 40; calis, it f.Ofltlo 00.
llovs-ltrcclplK. 12,400 limtd; Unlit. 17 .15
49? IK; mixed. 7 tny7 00; heavy. 17 SOJ0
T K; rough, V 3W7 (.0; pls, E Outfit K0.
Hheep and Ijimlm lleut'luts, 3,000
SJimuI; nnllvn shepp, $3 R0JM fir.; wmtorn,
S C1W4 60: yearlings, M 7r.n 00; nntlva
-taunbx, a, n04f7 r.'l j vNi-Htcrii, 15 760f7 40.
Whwit -No. S nil, $1 (UM 03. Corn
JSo. 2 yellow, 6Sl$n. On In-Nft 2 white,
I3A8T IIUPKALO. NOV. 18.
Caltlu llrct'lptn, 3 en raj pxioi1 eat
Ha. SS K09 40; klilpplni; Mrem, If) I5i
a U; butcher strerii. $7 Wit lG; linlfnra,
4M KV7 40; rut co', 14 CSAI 1(1: bulls.
VI 4D6 40: nillkir and Nprlngoni, 130 00
DO; culvra, 110 OOirll 00
Hoit IteeHplH, 20 ram; limvlwi. tit IS
l"3S; ineilliiniH. H 1R; Yirrkfrn, $7 7B(
M II. iUk. 17 40; roiiKliN, 7 0H(1 )i;
tmcm 15 ma7 oo.
IliMp and l.nnihs ltectlptu, zs or;
fyttutlnira, 14 WW Ml wellion, II CQ7
111; mlxfjl nhrop, 14 00M J5; bwm, 13 71
fl Ot; lamhK, IS 00(1i7 8.
I'lTTHIIima. I'A.. NOV. la.
CkIUa ,Hupply Hum; chole. I
4t 71; prim, IS 50O0 10; tidy butcher.
W 7teT 50; hllr. II B07 50; fat cow,
M wn 35; bulla. II 50; freah rows,
M eoo.fS' b0: VMtl cnlvaa, IT 00al0 10.
Hoa-Km-lpta, 25 cara; havy hotrsk
Otlta OR; hnavy mixed aud ni4lumi,
t tWlu04; lienvy Yorker, 17 t87 It,
ajfltt rorkera, 17 50e)7 65; il. 17 90e
Hheeji and jn-.l Hupply fair; prime
IweMhars, II 2581 t0; good nriied. l It
m 20: fair mtxvd, 13 2101 M; lambs, lt 0
CINCINNATI. O., NOV. II.
Catllii Itflpts, 171 head; ativrs,
m mm so; inifr, u 5001 50; oow,
m Mfil at; lva, 14 VO0IO 00.
Ilex Uaoelpta. 1,IW tirad; packam
T 4lt7 TBI commwi aowa. It 5007 00;
In una lltil, II 507 IS; atacs, fl
Sheep and Ijimba ltecHpta, 271 ho4.J)
MR, tl 2503 75; lamba. l C08 7t.
Whwl-No, i rod, It 04Ot 0(. Corp
M, 1 tnlxd. 99ftlo. OAta-No, 3 mlxd.
4M14iv lty-No. 2. i7Wc.
CI.KVEI.AND, p., NOV. 11.
CattleltcrelptM. 250 bnul; choice fit
larfa IT TKAAK 9K ufirtA li olulnn ylaH
7 M7 75; holfrra, II 26(;7 0b; fat bul.n, I
i 110(10 00; cow, II 75S 25; mllkbra ,
ad aiirliixer. (30 00085 00; calves, to 5C
,kix Itwlpti, 1,000 hertd; hntvlre, I
ll 11; medium., 17 85; Yorkvni, 1 "iB; I
"Mas. IT 25! rougni. 7 00; aias-a. IS WQ
and iJicnba neeelpla. 3.000 hotil
prtna Iambs, 17 0007 21.
TOLEDO. 0.. Nor. ta.
at. It oy,r corn, lie; , mm
n . ... ... ,
Kgga 34c; butter 30c.
dough's for sewing machine, tf
Ask anybody about it Ilanford's
Mr. Ii. A. Stream was In Iliandon on
Monday on business.
Mr. Archlo Cochran spent Sunday in
Orrvlllo visiting with his brother.
For burns Ilanford's Ualsam gives
Mr. U. K. Schooler was In Columbus
Monday on btiHlneis.
MIbr Ida Shutt is Bevorely 111 at the
homo of her parents on Mansfield ave
nue. Mr. 11ml Mra. Julett Despontln of Hut
ler spent Sunday with relatlven In
Any cut healed by Hanford'H Dal-
Mm. Loulso Medlar of Kaut Vino
street, who hag been soverely lit for
tho past two weckH, is improving.
Mr. Cecil McQItiley of Columbus vis
Itwl over Sunday with frionds In Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ilamcy of Center
burg Hpcnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Rimer of Mt. Vernon. .
Miss Knthorlno Nolen, who has been
111 for tho past two wcekH at her homo
011 Kum Vino street, Is Improved.
MIhs Agnes McCormlck of tho. Mey-cr-I.liidorf
otoro Is III at her homo on
West Chestnut street.
Vr. nnd Mrs. Lostor Ogg went to
CnlumbuH Monday noon to attend a
dinner party nnd tho theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gurslcman of
Akron spent Sunday with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jarred Bolt '
To euro swellings on horses, thor
oughly apply Ilnnford's Haluatn.
Mllford Orango will give a supper
on Friday evening, Nov. 22, at the
Orango hall. Everybody invited.
Mr. Alex Snyder of Akron spent Sat
urday and Sunday with MIsh Clara
Lafferro of tho Now Gambler road.
ThcTo will bo an oyster supper at
tho Mt. I'lnasant church, Friday ovon
lng, Nov. 22nd. Ail nro Invited.
Mr. William Clark of Nowark visit
ed with frionds In ML Vernon over
Mrs. Jennio M. Graff of Fort Wayne,
Ind Is thn guest of relatives and
friends in tho city.
Mr. John A. Durbln of Columbus Is
making a several days' visit with rein-
tlvos in Mt. Vornon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Johnston of
Kant Gamblor street visited with
frlemlH In Newark Sunday.
MIhs Allco hong returned to her
h 0111 ii In Columbus Monday morning
after 11 sevoral days' visit with friends
In Mt. Vurnon.
Mrs. A. J. Wcnz and daughters re
turned homo in Daytoh Monday morn
ing nftor a visit With Mrs. Wona's
parents, Mr. und Mrs. J. II, Drawer.
Mr. Ray-Cllno, Miss Uulclo Cunning
ham, Mr. Desire Henry and MIhs Rose
Roiny visited with frionds In Howard
Mr. nnd Mrs. Puter Allordlng re
turned to their home on West Chest
nut Htreet Sunday after u visit with
relatives In Munslleld.
Mr. und Mrs. J. A. Rons returned
to their home In Cunnl Dover, Ohio,
Sunday after n week's visit with Mrs.
1'aul McGorry of East Gambler street.
I Ugliest market price paid for wool,
furs, tildes and pelts. Cull mid bo con
vliicud, W. I. Sawvel, lilt South Main
St., both 'phones.
Mr. Ii. J. Hough and family have
moved from llliidunsburg to Klberty
township whom they will roulilu in the
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Rlco'of lluckuya
City und Mr. und Mrs. Clifford Hall
of Danvlllo spent Sunday with Mr. und
Mrs. R. E. IIohh of West High street.
For your winter suit, or overcoat, get
prices from Wagner A Co., 29 East
Gambler at. tf
Mrs. Richard West returned this
morning from an extended visit with
relativoH in California ml other polntB
in tho Wast.
Mr, Arthur I'uyntur, who Iiuh boon
siHindliiK several months iu Detroit,
Toledo and other cIIIbh, returned to
Mt. Vernou ou Saturday morning.
FOR HAI.H Drown I.oghorn chick
ens and Indian runner ducks. J, V.
llurton, R. D. 0.
Mr. and Mm. Clemeat Horn of
Drown township visited, ovac Sunday
with Mr. and Mra. David Uoftt.of Qreeu
Valley. ", ,j
Mr. and Mra. Henry Docktfolt antf
daughter Haiel of ColutnbuB, flptinV
Sunday with his son and daughters,
Mrs, Howard Russell, of Dladeusburg.
Mrs. Harloy Spollman of Utlca and
Mr. Cturencu Deckholt of Granville,
0., spout Sunday At tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Sidney Roberts, C02
N. Sandusky street.
Mr. Joseph S. Durbln of Dullalre,
Ohio, returned to their homo Sunday
after having spent Friday and Satur
day with Mr. and Mrs. Lyiuuu Durbln
of South Vernon.
Banner OUuiflvd Adi. Pay,
Mr. Leu Georgo of this city spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends in
Mr. Matthow Linn left Sturday for
Gary, Indiana, after a several days'
visit with relatives in Mt. Vernon.
iMrs. George Jones of West Chestnut
street underwent an operation at tho
Mt. Vernou Medical and Surgical Sani
tarium .Monday morning.
Mrs. E. E. Holderbaum of Cleveland
is In a critical condition at the Huron
8tieet hospital in that city. She for
morly resided In Martlnsburg and is
well known here.
An excellent lecture was heard by n
largo audience In tho M. E. church in
Martliiflburg Saturday evening. Tho
lecture was delivered by Professor
Hartzolf of Ohio University.
MIsh Stella Kennedy, n nurse at tho
MU Vernon Medical and Surgical Sani
tarium, returned Sunday after a
month's visit with relatives and
friendB In Chicago, III., Kentucky and
A small embroidered coin purse, con
taining money, was picked up from a
counter ut Dingwall's Saturday even
ing. The person was Been by one of
tho clerkH and If money Is returned to
tho store, nothing will bo dono to em
barrass the party.
There will bo an entertainment giv
en In the First Daptlst church on
Tuewdity evening, Novembor 26, by tho
Womun's Missionary Society. A sli
ver offering will bo taken for tho mis
bIoiih. Full program In Saturday
paper. Look for It.
A SOLDIER OF THE LEGION.
A soldier or tho legion
Lny dying ut Monroo (Conn.).
Thcro wiiu lack of woman's nurlnn,
There wui dearth of woman'a woe,
I3ccmi!io tho man was doing
Tho annual tinny atunt
And was not actually dying.
Hut ujmtruotlvely wua 10
tllavtiiK been constructively ahot
l'utdlly In a ahum buttlu between
The M'iIb and tho liluea, armed with
Ileal Kun loaded with paper wada
And producing moro noise than ratalltloe.
However, pardon the digression.
Out a comrndo stood beside him
Whllo IiIn llreblood ebbed away
And bmit, with pitying glnncea.
To Hear whut ho might aay.
Tho dlriB soldier fullered
As he took that comrade's hand.
And ho said; "Old Top, pray, listen.
!) I rightly understand
That constructively my widow
Oets a pension, or does she
Get tho real stuff (hut's useful
To IncreMse prosperity 7
necnuin, old Top, u prnBlon
That's strnlght." he caught his breath.
"Has got tho snide constructive
Kind of pension skinned to death.
And If we uet tho money
You'll hear our auto honka
About our homo nt Hronxvllle.
Fair Hronxvllle hy tho llronxt"
W J Lampion Iu New York Time.
Bobby's Deautlful Thought.
Dubby-Uncle, couldn't n fellow have
a Hue Sunday's dinner If he was us
hungry w me uu' us roomy us youT
Proved Hla Common Seme.
The candidate for the president of
Jerkwater college wore a lieiilgmint
smile und 11 11 air of superiority us lie
faced the Ixmrd of tiustees. comioxcd
of farmers. The smile broadened
when the chair ma 11 of the board an
nounced that there would bo an ex
amination The professor still remembered hla
Greek and geometry, be bad alwn.v
been n good neller, mid be had but
recently completed 11 11 eiteuslve coy rue
In ngrlculture. Therefore ho bad uo
"We have no doubt of your learn
ing," eIMned the chairman, "so we
hall not try to trip you up on tecb
Idealities. We simply want to get a
line ou your common sense. Hero are
the three (luestlous; ,
" What la lover
"What Is poetryT
"What Is olectrlcltyT "
The professor turned pale. Ha
moistened his lips and hesitated, for
be needed the Job. After a moment'!
pause he picked up his bat and turned
"Wlmf" tho nuttert" asked the
chairman, while the rest oftho trustee
pricked up their enrs.
l can't answer these question, n'
cause 1 don't know," declared the pro
fessor, with a detlnnt air, from the
"Come linekl" shouted the chairman.
"Yon bnve proved your common sense.
The Job Is yours."-Roy It. Atkinson lu
A mun thought bin mum inn
Might well Invest soma mon
A d.vo stiOp. the son thought,
Would b by (be Um sought. .,',,.!,
jftnd so he tried dyeing;
Until he died trying, '
-Kansas City Htar.
Paitportt In Russia.
Every person nrrlvlng In Ruisla h
required to surrender his passport to
tho owner or malinger of the hotel or
house ho stops at and If man led she
ell Information as to the name and
nges of his wife and clilldteu, so its to
enable the house owner or hotel pro
prietor to complete the blank prescrib
ed by law for siibmlttance with tho
passport to the respective police dis
trict stutlon for registration. The
blanks are made out In duplicate, one
copy being tilled out nt the police sta
tion nnd the other forwarded to the
address bureau, at which place It It
possible to lenrn tho address of any
one residing, temporarily or otherwise,
In the city. A similar blank Is filled
out when the 'party moves Into anoth
er 'house or leaves tho city, notation
being made us to the destination. The
traveler In leaving need only inform
the hotel management or house owner,
provided bo Is living In private apnrt
ments. of his 'departure nnd give tho
namo of tho city or country ho Is
The Retort Legal.
"Sometimes the law seems unjust
for the reason tbnt It Isn't compre
hended'," snld h Judge. "Take the case
of the woman prisoner before Sir Ed
ward Coke. This woman appeared In
court with her hut on. Tho Judge said
" 'A woman may bo covered In
church, hut not when arraigned In a
court of Justice.'
"To this tho woman replied:
"'It seems singular that I may wear
my hat in the presence of God, but
not In the presence of man.
"And she would appear, In her legal
ignorance, to huve got tlio better of
tho argument until Sir Edward Coke
" 'It Isn't slngulnr nt nil. Man, with
ills weak Intellect, cannot discover ro
crets known to God, nnd therefore In
Investigating truth the court must sco
all obstacles put aside. Accordingly
It 1b fitting that tho prisoner's hat be
removed and with It the shadow that
It cast on her' fucc.' "
He DldnH Like Connecticut.
"1 have alwiiyH bud a mild Interest,"
sald-the lawyer, "in tho origin of the
Conuectlytit Yankee's reputation, but I
had no Idea Unit It extended so fur
back until I run ncroBs lu the surro
gate's olllco the other day the will of
Lewis Morris of Morrlsanla, made in
1700 und admitted to probate In 1702.
It contains this paragraph:
"'It Is mydeslro that my son, Gou
verneur Morris, may hnvo the best
Education that Is to be bad In Eng
land or America but my Express Will
and Directions are that ho 'bo never
sent for that purpose to tho Colony of
Connecticut, least he should Imbibe In
his youth thaf low Craft and cunning
so Incident tothc people of that Coun
try, which Is so Interwoven lit their
constitutions that all their art cannot
disguise It from tho world, tho many
of them under tho Sanctlfyed garb of
Religion have Endeavoured to Impose,
themselves 011 tho World for honest
Men.' "-New York Sun.
"Beautiful, a a Oaehehund."
It Is lu the drawing rooms of the
German diplomats and their friends
that you meet occasionally the long hair
ed, acfethcllc masculine beings whom
you lane jterlmps noticed skating In
the Tlergartcn, with their long coats
flapping In the breeze, or hunched over
a Journal at Dauer's-artlstB and writ
cm whoso names overy one knows, nnd
there are dozens of young urmy oIB
cers, their cheeks scarred with tho
wounds of many duels. They tulk
Wagner and Schopenhnuer with soil
ous tiptueclatlon, and In tho midst of
tho waltz us tljey ure spinning frauleln
giddily around und around llko un ani
mated top yoii may overhear them
whispering In her ear, "You are us
bcnutirul us 11 dachshund."
It Is their supreme compliment. De
lineator. A Grewsom Bequest.
What Is probubly tho strangest and
at tho same time tho most horrlblo be
quest ever made Is to be found In tho
will of Lieutenant do Pap, formerly
an olllcer In 11 smart rcclment of Aus
trian hussars, who wus executed by
strangling kouio yean ago for the mur
der of tii,s brother.
Previous to his execution tho mue.
dercr requested that ho might Im pho-
lognipnoii nuo nanging on tho gal
lows nnd a cony of tho uhustlv nlcturo
sent to his father.
Phil May's Habits.
The nil night and next day habits of
Phl May, the artist, have furnished
material for many a story Joo Tap
ley, tho singer, sold that he came
across May one night and heard that
tho latter bad not been to bed for four
nights nnd days. He remonstrated,
and May said: Never mind, Joe; wo'll
make 11 bargain. Dou't you lose any
sleep on my account, und I'll promise
that ua soon aa I feel tired I'll go to
To Win Notloe.
Mrs. Greene One does not llko to
lie Ignored. I wore n brand now gowu
at tho reception last night, and I don't
believe n soul noticed me. Mrs. Gray
There's wiicre you made a mistake, j
now, 1 worn my uiu diiick biik mat
has been turned twice, nud everybody
saw uiu fiiBt enough.
lu all things throughout the world
tho men who look tor the crooked will
fee the crooked nnd the men who look
for tho straight will see the straight.--Jor.n
Rusliln. , ,
.Vo 01m Is uselos In this world who
lightens tU) burdeu of It for any one
Of Death tomes To John M.
Prominent Business Mi
And former County Auditor
John M. Dlochor, one of Mt. Vernon's
most promlnont citizens and best
known business mon, died at his home
on West High stroet Sunday evening
at 6:36 o'clock.
For two years prior to his death, Mr.
Dlocher hod been in falling health, but
the last sickness covered a period of
about flvo weeks and tho affliction was
Inflammation of the bladder.
Tho deceased naa just passed tho
"1st year of his nge, having been bom
In Mt. Vornon November 16, 1841. He
Is survived by his wife and flvo chil
drenMr. Harry Dlocher, Mr. Clifford
Dlochor, Mrs. Ida Trick, Mrs. V. E.
Dixon and Mrs. Arthur E. Rawllnson.
In his younger manhood Mr. Dlocher
becamo connected with tho United
States Express company and held tho
position of messenger, his run being
on tho D. & O. railroad. Afterwards he
was promoted to tho agency of the ex
press company In this city', which posi
tion ho filled for sevornl years.
Ho loll iho servico or the express
company to engage In tho grocery
business with Hugh Lauderbnugh, un
der the Arm namo of Dlocher & Laud
erbaugh at tho corner of Main and
Gambler streets. Whllo engaged in
tho grocery business, he was, 'in
1889, nominated by tho Democratic par
ty for county auditor and was elected
to tho olllco. Ho was reelected mak
ing his public service cover a period
of six years.
Upon retiring from tho public, hop
vice, Mr. Dlocher, with his sons, or-
ganlzod tho Arm of J. M. Dlocher &
Co. to deal In a general Hue of house
furnishing goods. Ho erected the bun!
ncsB building on West High street
which tho company has since occupied
The deceased devoted his onorgles to
tho establishment nnd a large business
waH -built up. For many years, and
up until the time of his death, ho wan
a member of tho board of directors of
tho Knox Dulldlng and Loan company.
Tho deceased waB a member of Mt.
Zlon lodgo No. 9, F. & A. M Clinton
Chapter No. 2U R. A. M., Qulndaro
lodge No. 316, I. O. O. P., Eros Court
Trlbo of Den Hur and tho Natlonnl
Tho funernl servico will he hold at
tho homo Tuesday afternoon at 1:00
o'clock nud will be conducted by Rev.
Ira J, Houston.
C. W. Myera
Dr. N. R. Eastmun of this city re
ceived word Sunday of tho death of bis
friend, C. W. Myers, a resident of
DeUvllle, Ohio, who was u prominent
hotel owner In Muncle, Indiana, and
Nowark, Ohio. Ho died Saturday in
Munclo und tho rumaiiiH wore taken
to Dollvlllo Monday afternoon for tho
funeral and IntermuiiL
Mary M. Baugh
Mrs. Mary M. Daugh died nt her
home, 514 East Gamblor Htreet, Sun
day morning at 4:46 o'clock nftor an
Illness of two weeks' duration caused
by heart trouble. Sho was u widow,
born Juno 16th, 1826, and Is survived
by two sons, J. W. Daugh of Orrvlllo
and Edwin Daugh of Akrou und threu
daughtorB, Mrs. W. E. Moore of Mt.
Vornon, Mrs. Calllo Schlogel of Colum
bus and Mrs. Lido Schlogel of Kill
buck. The remains wero takon to Orr
vlllo Monday uftoruoon whoro tho fun
eral and Interment will occur.
Miss RoBolla Woodford died at her
home, S06 North Jefferson stroet, Sun
day morning nt 3:30 o'clock after an
cloven months' Illness resulting from a
goiter. She was born March 23rd, 1890,
and Ib survived by two brothers and
threo sisters. Funeral ut tho house
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'cock,
Hov. H. H. Hurley ottlolattng. Inter
niout In Mound Viow cemetery,
P. E. Rlnehart
Word was received iu the city Mon
day of the deatiLof Mr. P. K. Rlnehart,
which occurred Sunday at his homo. In
Knoxvlllo, Tenn. His death was duo
to pneumonia. The deceased was well
known in ML Vernon whoro he rosldod
for many years. Tho decoasod was a
music teacher by profession aud Is sur
vived by a slstor, Mrs. Joseph Myers,
of this city. Mr. Myers loft Immedi
ately for Knoxvlllo upon thn receipt of
tho telegram. It Is probable that tho
remains will bo brought to this city for
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. 8lmpaon went
to Cbosturville, Ohio, Sunday evening
where they were called by tho death
of Mrs. Simpson's father, Dr. Williams,
who has been a practicing physician
in that village for a number of years.
HIb death was sudden and resulted
from an attack of apoplexy. Ho ato n
hearty dinner and supper nnd then
complained of feeling sick. Immedi
ately ho was seized with tho attack
and died before a physician could
reach the home. Ho wap over 70 years
of age and is survived by his wifo and
one daughter, Mrs. Simpson.
A Happy Crew.
The cods upon Olympus
Were always feeling' prime
And never knew the aadneae
Of working, overtime.
The gods upon Olympus
In eona were w.ont to loin.
They never had to bother
About vacation coin.
The gods upon Olympus
Were In a happy mood.
They never were expected
To live on breakfast food.
Milwaukee Sentinel. '
Tho gods upon Olympus
They never knew a grief.
The price of spuds ne'er troubled,
Nor did the price of beet.
The gods upon Olympus
Were never known to rant
They never had to give a thought
To wllle's rubber plant-
-Detroit Free Press,
Those guya upon Olympus
Were happy as a goat.
They didn't have to worry
How tho other fellow'd vote.
The young girl sat In her bedroom
rending and waiting Impatiently. Her
older sister wus entertaining a youug
mnu in the parlor, and she wanted to
know how It would terminate. At last
there was a sound In tbe ball, and a
crntib us of a closing door made It
plain to the girl thut the young mnn
had gone. Throwing down her book,
she ran to tbe head of the stairs and
peered engerly nud Intently Into tbe
blackness of the hall beneath.
"Well. Maude." she called, "did you
land hi in?"
There was a peculiar silence, and
then a masculine voice responded:
"She did." New York American.
Not Built That Way.
With easo and grace she drives a car and
threads the crowded streets.
With practiced eye sho steers It by each
obstacle she meets.
Through park and lane sho drives her
team of prancing thoroughbreds,
Nor she nor they at once, they say, have
ever lost their heads.
She drives a bargain -at the shops with
even greater akllt
And alwaya looks for little books with
trading stamps to All.
She drives a dozen fellows mad sho drove
one chap to jail.
Hhe tried today a new stunt aay, she
couldn't drive a naltt
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Uncle Joe's Objection,
Uncle Joe Cnnnoiu seated ou the pi
azza of a seaside hotel, condemned a
certain Improvident type of aocal re
former. "They're great borrowers," be said,
"these chaps who are going to. make
the world over again."
With a chuckle be added:
"Tbe worst thing about your Utopi
ans Is tbnt they're all 1-O-U-toplans."
For Hearing In Probate
Court of Knox County,
NOTICE OP HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
for settlement and will be hoard on
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1912, at 9 a. m.:
First nnd final account of E. R.
Loedy, guardian of Lewis Monroe Mc
Daniols. PATRICK A. DERRY,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been tiled
for settlement and will bo heard on
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1912, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account of A. D.
Rlnehart, guardian of Levi Shaffer.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
NOTICE OP HEARING . ACCOUNT
Following account has 'been filed
for settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, Dee. 10, 1912, at 9 a. m.:
First and final account of Herman
L. Swingloy, executor of Mary J.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
NOTjCE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed
for settlement and will be heard on
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1912, at 9 a. ra.:
First and Anal' account of Park D'.
Blair, administrator D. H. N. W. W. A.
of Fannie Tier. .
PATRICK A, BERRY,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filed!
for settlement and will be heard op
Tuesday. Dec. 10, 1912, at 9 a, m.:
First, final and dlBtrlbutlvo account
of Harry W. Koona, administrator of
Mary E. Pearson." ' W '&".
PATRICK A. BERRY,
ft 4 tfr J ! J 1 l l 1 i 1 t
4. WILL OCCUR 800N . 4.
.Ioo Hooker Post, No. 21, O. A. R
will meet In their hall Monday oven
ing, Not ember 18, nt 7 o'clock.
The W. C. T. U. will meet nt the
home of Mrs. E. C. Oarlow, No. 3 WeBl
Lamartlno street, Tuesday afternoon
nt 2 o'clock; Tho members are re
qussted to bring n, silver offering for
the Purity fund. Visitors are wel
The Knights of Columbus will
meet on Monday evening nt 7:30.
Very important matters Tor discus
sion, so all members In tho city art
earnestly requested to be present.
The dedication of tho now Chris
tian church at Palmyra will occur on
Sunday, December 1. Tho sermon
both morning nnd evening will be de
livered by Rev. I. J. Cablll of Cleve
land. There will bo special music for
The Beethoven club will meet
Tuesday evening at Miss Porter's home
promptly at 7:30.
Tho Berean class of tho Vino
Street Christian Church will hold their
monthly social at the home -of Miss
Fordney, 607 N. Mulberry streot, Frl
day evening, Nov. 22rid, at 7 o'clock.
All former members of tho class are
cordially invited to attend.
Knox chapter No. 23G Order of
the Eastern Star will meot Tuesday
evening, Nov. 19. Initiation.
.Tno regular all day sowing meet
ing of the Baptist Missionary Society
will bo held at tho homo of Mrs. J. C.
Hunt, 121 East Chestnut stroet, on
Wednesday, Novembor 20.
The city council moets tonight
at 7 o'clock.
Thero will bo a special assembly
of Kinsman Councl, No. 76. R. & S. M.
Wednesday evening for tho purpose
of conferriug the Royal and Soloct
On Thursday ovonlng. December
5, Hiawatha lodgo, No. 824, L. O. 0
M., will celebrate, their first anniver
sary with a reception and dance. From
7 to 8:30 a reception will bo held at
tho Mooso Home on West Hlah street.
Dancing, cards and refreshments will
follow ut, the K. of P. armory from
8:30 until 12 o'clock. Th ovont is for
the members of tho order and their la
dies only. Every Moose Ib expected to
The next regular conelavn of
Clinton Commandery No. j! Knights
Templars, will be held in the asvlum
of Knights Templars, Friday, Nov 22,
seven o'clock sharp. This Is tho an
nual conclave for the payment of dues
and the recorder and treasurer will
read their annual report. Tho orders
of Knight Templar and Malta will bo
The Daughters of Veterans will
meet in regular session Tuesday even
ing In the G. A. IL hall ut 7 o'clock.
Olflcers will bo elected.
A "Billet Doux."
She was a wh.some country loss,
BoWIIIIam on a brief vacation.
The tlmo more pleasantly to pass,
And whllo they strolled In twilight dluv
As near the time for parting drew,
Asked If she would havo from him
A "billet doux."
Now. thin simple maid or French knew
B'H doubting not 'twaa something nice,
flhyly she lifted her pretty head. , ,
Her rosy lips together drew and coyly
"Yes. Dllly do."
And William did.
Ladles' Home Journal.
Hard on the Flower.
Coming borne the other day Id rush
of excitement. Dora rushed to ber
mother und said:
"Ob. mamma, guess: what we ire go
ing to dtiT"
"1 don't know. dear, but I hope It la
"We're going ,to atudy botany, and
next Batnrdn.v we are going out to tb
woods to tantalize the flower." New
rJS "!? "ck ,0 ,h" w'mnln hate
Of which we boya were (oad.
Bat It has dwindled. Bleea aay aottL
It taa't half a pond I
Kf to "Mn '
Whert we kids used to meet.
But now t really must decUU
It's only twenty feet
I eed to think It waa ,
Aa all the Sevan
But now-lt must have shrunk a heaa
It doesn't reach my knees.
Kaniaa City Journal,
No Harmony There.
Mlas KiiKKntifentlier-! think yoar
wife baa such good taste.
Mr. 8tjle-lo you, really?
Mis Fuswinfenther-Yes. I really do
Everything she has heems to harmonize
with the surroundlugH.
Mr. Styles-Well. I Ke not , ,,.
pen to U iwrt of the sumiundhiM,'.
and her dog und I don't hnrmoiibvj11
worth u ceutl-Youkew Htutesman.
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