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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 113.
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fir Allefei AlleuttM Of
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life Says like His Bm
MNroe Township Man Ar
nstrtOi Paternity Ckirge
WHIian Rice Is Taken To
TIk Colin Ws Hospital
Other Items Of Interest From
v Tke Coirt House
' Sadie Erwin has commenced a suit
for $5,000 damages In the court of
common pleas of Knox county against
Blanche Huffman for the alleged
alienation of her husband's affections.
All parties connected with the suit
reside in miliar township, Knox coun
ty.' The plaintiff states that she was
married tq' Perry Erwln on April 14,
1907, and that they lived together un
til last December when, so it is al
leged by the plaintiff, he left
her and has been living with the de
fendant the said (Blanche Huffman.
The plaintiff makes the statement that
the defendant has wrongfully con
tinued to injure the plaintiff by de
priving tne plaintiff of the affection
and society and companionship of her
husband. The allegation is made that
the defendant Induced the said Perry
Erwln to visit her and to associate
with her and the statement is made
that Perry Erwln is now living with.
the defendant, Blanche Huffman. The
plaintiff therefore asks for damages
in the sum of $5,000. The attorneys
for the plaintiff are Lewis B. Houck
otiMt. Vernon and Charles D. Hayden
Arrested On Paternity Charge
On a warrant sworn out by Eunice
May Pipes before 'Squire George 8.
Wnrtor. Clarence ReemH of Monroe
tnwnahin was nnested Tuesday even
lng at his ltomo by Sheriff Woollson
and Doputy Sheriff Mossholder. The
affidavit charges Reems with baa
tnvrtv rtpmns was brought to Mt.
Vernon uud was arraigned before
'Squiro Harter hnd his hearing was
set for Saturdny. February 1, His
bond was fixed nt $500 and the same
Rice Taken To Columbus
William Rice, tlio negro, who was.
adjudged Insane, was taken to the
state hospital, Columbus, at 10:59
Wednosday morning by Sheriff Wooll
son and Doputy Sherllf Mossholder.
Prouato Judge Berry received, author
Ity on Tuesday afternoon from the
stnte board of administration to have
Rico convoyed to the state hospital
at Columbus. Rice is the man who
nmmultod Chief of Police Clements
and bit off the end of his finger.
Michael Corrlgan, glass blower,
Elwood City, Pa., aud Myrtle Elwood,
Mt. Veruon. Rev. J. T. Black. -
The Magere Estate
William T. Magers of Columbus has
fceen appointed executor of Mary A.
Magers, giving bond In th sum of
persons holding cer
tificates calling for
those Large colored
road maps of knox
county should present
same at their earliest
convenience to the biq
VV. Sde Public Square
1700, with H. H. and R. M. Greer as
sureties. No appraisement,
To Provide For Judges-
At a meeting-of the county commls-
lAtiAf UtAmam nt IIia nAiirf nt AnnAfllii
and Attorney 0. H. Workman repre
senting the bar ataoclatlon held last
evening the matter of providing a con
aultatlon room for the circuit Judges
and also providing additional law
books for their use was discussed.
During the-summer the county com
missioners will fit up a consultation
room for the ludaes for their use .when
I they, come here again In September.
1 Mansfield Shield.
Joseph Hancock has been ap
pointed executor of Eliza Hancock.
No bond required. The appraisers are
Lewis B. Houck, D. B. Tuttle nnd Fred
Dssds Filed i
Thomas Scholes to M. P. Hammond
lot 29 Buckeye City, $4,600.
A. A. Perrlne, mayor, to J. D. Ewlng
lots in. Mound View cemetery, $400.
W. H. Smith ,to N. o. Turner, lot
In city, $1.
OUR 5 PER CENT.
Certificates of Deposit are the Safest
and Most Desirable Investments
The Buckeye State Building A
Loan Company, Rankin Building,
22 West Gay Street, Columbus, O.
1. These certificates are secured by
first; mortgage on homes amounting
in value to twenty-five million dollars
Home loans are the safest of all mort
gage loans. Such securities afford ab
solute protection to our depositors.
Our assets over $6,300,000. Write or
call for booklets,
Which Started When They
. Were Boys In Kenyon
Results In Will Hayes Be
coming Cong. Crossert .
Columbus, O., Jan. 22 When they
were boys" Robert Crosser and Will
Hayes were fellow-students at Kenyon
4 College, Crosser was poor and paid
Ms expenses by doing chores and uct-
Injt as a laundry agent. Hayes' father
was a banker, and the student lived In
a comfortable doimltory. Crosser se
cured hlH lnmulorlnir business and call
ed to secure the linen and return it.
Today Crosser is Congressman-at-
largo from Ohio, having previously
served as Representative In the Gen
eral Assembly from Cleveland, and
member of the Constitutional Convon
tlon from Cuyahoga county.
The announcement was mado today
that Hayes has been appointed by him
as his prlvato secretary. Fortune's
whirling wheel brought disaster to
the Hayes family, and after ho left col
lege the secretary-to-bo entered Journ
alism, coming to this city as the legis
lative conespondent of a Cleveland
The friendship founded at Gambler
in their early youth has nevor been
Mt. Vernon Boy Interviews
Big Steel Magnate
A recent issue of the Wall Street
Journal, a New York financial paper,
contains an Interview with Charles M.
Schwab, the steel magnate, upon his
return to New' York from Europe,
written by Mr. Addison Dickinson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Addison C. Dick
inson of New Castle, Pa., formerly of
Mt. Vernon. Mr. Dickinson is em
nloved as a reporter on the Wall
Street Journal and has made exceed
ingly good In his reportorlal work I op
that big paper.
Btato of Ohio, city of Toledo, li-t
Micas vounij-, I
u.i. t m.niv mukH nam that he Ik
flfc UO.s UOlilK MMaii"Bj an m .,- -
Srilfti of HALL'CATAimU CUBE.
Sworn to beroro mo ana Buuscnuvii iu
myprecnco. thls'Ctn Uy of December
(SMlim A. W.,GLKABON.
lD ' ' Notary Public.
Hall's .Catarrh. Cure Is taken Internally
ana ucu iiirec if "i v" SiZ .a (if
nii mirfnrm nf the M'Stim. Benil lor
I F. J, CIIDNHV CO., Toledo, O.
. Bold by nil DrujtitUts, 75c. '
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litiry EmjIm CoMpmy)
Mr. E. E. Shlreman. who has been
vice president and general manager of
the Kelser-Dowds Company for several
years past, has tendered his resigna
tion and the same has been accepted.
Mr. Shlreman assumes a position with.
the AugUBtlne Rotary Engine company
and for the present wilt make his
headquarters in Mt. Vernon, although
he expects to travel much of the time
for the company.
Mr. C. W. Snyder, who has been
traveling for the Kelser-Dowds Com
pany, assumes the position as general
manager of the company.
Charge Against Stepfather
Did Tish Girt
And Hubert Lindsay Is ;Re-
leased From Jail
Lulu Tlsh again withdrew a charge
of rape against Hubert Lindsay Tues
day afternoon and gave Mayor Perrlne
very little reason for doing "so. She
merely stated that he was notthe man
and that she wished the charge with
drawn. The probability is that she
will have considerable trouble in again
securing a warrant of the kind before
Several months ago the Tlsh girl
had a young man by the name of
McPeek arrested on a charge of rape,
but he waived examination and the
grand Jury ignored the case and re
fused to .return an indictment. She
then swore out a warrant for the ar
rest of her 8tep-fatlier, Hubert Lind
say, and preferred the rape 'charge
nralnst him. She shortly afterward
withdrew it but said later that she
did it because she hnd been threat
Another amdavlt was. filed against
him nbout one week ago and ho has
been In Jail awaiting a hearing. The
Tlsh girl has again changed her mind,
however, and Lindsay has been re
leased from custody.
A Man's Leg In A
Ilrandon, Ohio, Jan, 22 Herman
Ward of this place caught hlri foot
In tho cairlage of the saw mill whe,io
he works Wednesday morning and his
rlaht leg was broken Just above the
anklo. lie was operating the car
rlnco and accidentally plnced his foot
upon It Just as It was drawn toward
tlio saw. He was able to free him
self bofore the saw was reached, how
ever, and escaped the whirling metal
teotb. He was attended by Dr. Cole
man of Homer who reduced tho frac
Meeting Of The Kelser-Dowds
Company On Tuesday
The annual meeting of the Kelser
Dowds company was held' Tuesday at
the offices of the company on South
Main street. The resignation of Mr.
E. E. Shlreman as vice president and
manager was received and accepted..
The following directors were elect
ed: S, G. Dowds, Aurllla G. Dowds,
Jessie B, Reiser, O, W. Snjder, P. S.
Tho following ofllcers were elected:
Pre'sldent S. G. Dowds,
Vice President and Goneral Man
ager C. W. Snyder.
Secretary and Treasurer P, S, Rei
ser. Mr. O, W. Snydor, who has boon con
nected with the company for several
years, was elected to succeed Mr,
Mt List ty. Aartwrities h
Gulfport, Mh.y Jan, 22 Within
seven hours alter he had shot and
killed Chief of Police Charles Dickey
today, Percy Newklrk, a negro, who
had been trapped by the officer when
in the act of robbing a store, was In
dlntd by the county grand jury, tried
on n charge of murder, convicted and
sentenced to be' hanged one month
from this dale,
Notwithstanding the quick justice,
a lares and excited crowd leathered In
the streets near the jail after the trial
was concluded nnd threats of lynch
ing were heard. The crowd later dis
persed. Chief Dickey was killed when he
with two other officers attempted to
arrest Newklrk and another negro.
Several citizens and officers later sur
rounded the building and captured
Newklrk, who confessed the shoot
ing. W. C. T. U. MEETING
lew Tnesiiy AffffMN At The Heme
The W. C. T. U. met at the home of
Mrs. Elmer Jacobs on East Burgess
street Tuesday afternoon with a large
attendance. One new member was re
ceived Into the union and a very good
meeting was held.
The contest superintendent report
ed another medal contest to be held
at the Vine Street Church of Christ on
Jan. 31st. Mrs. Spltzer proposed a
plan to the organization and suggest
ed that a day bo set aside and be
known as "W. C. T. U.. Day" for the
county. This plan is for the purpose
of giving the members over the. coun
ty an opportunity to meet and have
a social time.
The afternoon's program was In
charge of Mrs. W. L. Mclntlre and was
Duet Mrs. Wootton and - Mrs.
History of Contest Work Mrs. Mc
lntlre. Duet The Misses Stevens.
Reading Mrs. Sandy.
Solo Little Miss Ashbaugh.
Red Letter Day Mrs. Alsdorf.
Selection Y. C. B. Quartette.
BRIEF STATE NEWS
Youngotown One man wah killed
and another fatally injuicd when one
freight tinln was sldeswlped by anoth
er In tlte Hnzelton yards of the P. &
L-. U. Kallrond. J. Gllson, btakeman,
of Hazelton, was dead when taken
from the wreck. Duck Iluchannn, con
ductor, was eo badly crushed that he
Qellefontalne A slight pin scratch
on his thumb testified in blood pois
oning and the death of Joseph God
win, aged 50, a farmer of near Hunts
ville. Flndlay Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I.on?
worth of Arlington celebrated their
golden anniversary yesterday. After
dinner, tho aged couple went to the
residence of David Wat dwell, who
tnarrlod them, and had him take their
picture. Wardwell will be 100 years
old lu August. '
Bellefontalne Emanuel Gates ot
DeGraff, who wont to work when the
Hlg Four Hallroad.was known as tho
old Bee Line, :it years ago, retired
yesterday on a pension.1
Massillon Michael arlflln, aged 21
of Elkins, W. Va., whose leg was
sheared oft Jan. 13 by a sheet of steel
which fell on Hint In a Baltimore and
Ohio freight car on which he was
stealing a ride, died yesterday.
Bridgeport Three children, com
prising the family of Mr. and Mrs.
John Fancalski of Lansing, have died
within a week of pnoumonla, which
Bellefontalne Dr. Newton Hunter,
of North Lewlsburg was found dead
in his home yesterday.
Flndlay Henry Waters, aged 74,
once a- wealthy lumberman nt Upper
Sandusky, fell dead on a bridge hero
Toledo Agreeing to submit their
case to an arbitration committee, 80
pressmen and fcedero in 12 Job print
ing establishments who struck yes
terday, returned to work today. The
arbitration committee of six employes
nnd six pressmen wjll meet Thursday
Tho law of compensation Is right
on the Job. This" is 1913, but thoto
will be only ono Friday tho 13th this
year. It conies In June, though, and
brides may as well be warned.
B s vywl i j
The artists for the "Messiah," to be
given this ovenlng, are being enter
tained as follows: Mrs. Alice Turner
Parnell at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Devln, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomp
son Wilson nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward O. Arnold. Mrs. Wither
T. Mills at the home of Mies Nellie
Kokoslmc Company No. 71 U. R. K.
of P. will celebrate Its 25th annivers
ary on" Monday evening, 'January 27.
All members of the order and their
families are requested to be on hand
promptly at 6:45 oclock as dinner will
be served at 7 o'clock, sharp. Danc
ing and cards will follow the dinner.
The Infant daughter of" Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Nye died at the homo on Foun
tain street at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
evening. The funeral at the house
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Rev. W. E. Hull officiating. Interment
In Mound View cemetery.
Charles V. Hamer
Mr. Charles V. Hamer died at his
home in Academla at 10:30 o'clock
Tuesday night after a long Illness due
tn n. comnllcatlon of diseases. He
was over 63 years of age at the time
of his death and is survived by his
wife and one son. The remains will
be taken to Columbus Thursday for
the funeral and interment.
Mr. Henry Mickley died at his home
in Greenville at 10 o'clock Tuesday
night after a two weeks' illness caus
ed by paralysis. He was 76 years of
ago, n veteran of the Civil war, and
leaves his wife, seven sons and three
daughters. The funeral at Wesleyan
chapel Friday morning at 10 o'clock,
Rev. Osborn officiating. Interment In
the Wesleyan chnpel cemetery.
SECOND STROKE OF PARALYSIS
Jeff Mellck of the Martlnsburg road,
just south of the city, sustained a sec
ond stroke of paralysis Tuesday nnd
is In a serious condition. The entire
left side of his body Is effected.
All the new counterfeit money Is In
the form of $10 nnd $20 bills. That
lets a good many of us out of danger.
6 Per Cent. On Time Deposits
Tor 17 years we have paid G per
cent, Interest qn time deposits.
Comparative Statement of Assets
1S95- 5 11,124.12
1900 ....V v... 82,032.02
1902 :.- 167.2S1.41
l'JO.l , 202,177.30
1904 :.'..."... 240.G4G.30
190.-. .. ..1 '. 279,354.13
190.J .'. 330.93G.91
1909 .'. 453,152.62.
1911 . 70S.423.I4
PllOMPT CONSERVATIVE SAFE
Dividends on stock hnve never been
less than 6 per cent.
We accept aeposlt by mall. The Cen
terhurg Building and Loan Associa
A Treatiie on
By George W. Clayton, V. 8,
A8K FOR ONE
We have complete line of Dr.,
Clayton'a Dog Remedies also
q,.4'. Dnn and PUDOV Bis-
All the popular poul
One pint 25 cents Makes 10
gals of spray solution.
Hill side Public Square
Skccss Are The Inner
That the shaving outfits the Banner
has been distributing for six consecu
tive coupons and $1.49 are a .wonder
ful success in every way has been
proven by the fact that many men who
have secured the outfits during the
first week of distribution have sent
their friends to the office to secure
one. One gentleman residing on West
Gambler street remarked that he
would not part with his razor for any
money and he had been in the habit
of using an old fashioned razor, but
took one of the Clauss Safeties. Some
are skeptical as to whether such a
complete outfit of good quality could
be made for such a small amount, but
this outfit is one of quality and is
covered with an absolute guarantee to
refund money if any prove unsatis
factory. Clip your coupons now, be
fore the supply becomes exhausted.
Local Mill School To Play
The High school will play Zanes
vllle at the Y. M. C. A. on Friday
night. For a while It looked as If
the lecture course number and the
game would conflict both having been
originally scheduled for the same
night unintentionally. However, the
lecture course number has been post
poned until Monday night so that
Friday night Is open for the game
The boys have been very anxious to
meet Zanesville this year and the lat
ter agreed to accept the open date
of Jan. 24th.
The showing of the local team in
the ManBfield game should be an in
centive to attendance next Friday
night. The boys are playing a fast
and hard game the kind that makes
the crowd yell and thrill all over.
Every member of the team deserves
credit for his playing. It reflects
much credit upon the good work ot
Coach Chrlstman. The effect of the
rooting In the Mansfield game was
plainly evident. The guarding of
Shlreman, Crumley and Altenberg,
and the basket throwing of Clayton
were the features of the last game.
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JANUARY REDUCTION SALE
On Reliable Mdse.
All Ladies' Coats and Suits, In
cluding all latest materials from
25 to 50 Off
FUR8 25 OFF
Ladles' Hats, that have sold
up to $8.00, go at $1.98
We have some for 98c
The One Common Factor
in the lives of all successful men is the element of
The man who would reap the profit in handling
a thousand dollars must first save one hundred. Each
succeeding hundred will be easier to accumulate and
the full thousand is possible to almost any capable,
thrifty man. And a thousand dollars OR LESS, has
proven the basis of most fortunes.
Nothing else will help you to save and accumu
late as will the proper use of a checking account in
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. H. GREER, President
. w. Aktuunri Misnier
iaftbt am ma
Sunday school 10 a. m. PreecUae&.
11 a. m. Subject, "Two Ways." Bsaw.
tlsmat service 2:30 b. m. B. Y. I. V.
every Saturday evening 7:39 p. m.
Wednesday prayer service 7 p.. ml
Homer Sunday school 10 a. as. Ns
preaching service. Meeting la Flea
byterian church. Our pastor Mfc
preach at Appleton Christian chattel
at 7 p. m.
RETURNED PROM HOSPITAL
Mr. Fred Emlick of this city he re
turned from a Columbus hospital.
where he underwent an ouerattoa, fer
tile removal of a small amount of eat
ery from his eye.
4. BIRTHS 4.
A son was born Tuesday cventafT te
Mr. and Mrs. Gray of Chester street
A daughter was born Wednsa.y
morntng to Mr. and Mrs. Chariest
Taylor who reside north of Jellewar.
NO IENEWALS KQUKI
Don't thnk a private loan is cheaper
or better than a 6 per cent loaa freak.
The Knox Savings tt Loan Aasoclev
tlon. It is not. It must be renews
or paid In a short time and no partial
payments will be accepted, while, a.
Building & Loan Association allows
payments in any manner to suit tke
borrower. Call at the office of tke
Association N. W. Corner of Mala aa
Vine streets 'for further in formation
C. F. Colville, Sec'y.
Somebody should get the hook fee
that college professor who declares.
angle worms have reasoning powers.
is Imparted to your clothes)
through the process of our bmsV
era steam pressing machine, sir
lng them a new. and freeh ap
pearance, restoring their orlcte
at softness and beauty.
WHY NOT TRY US
B. H. Balr. Prop.
5 W. Vine 836 Reel
Men's Suits and Overcoats,
the best of this season's stock
to go at 25 off
This Is a legitimate dlscouat
sale. Don't miss It
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