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FRIDAY, PISRUARP 14, lilt.
TH1 DIM00E4TI0 BANKI.
Aftfct Tkrec Perms ly
irukl Jiry Ttesdiy
Elvi L Looey Apprehended
Or A Charge Of Perjury
And Gave Bond Late At Night
Io The The Sum Of $1,000
Alleged That He Didn't Tell
Tnth Oo Witless Stud
The Other hdlctioeots Are
Not Hide hhlte
The grand Jury of the February
term of common pleas court reported
to Judge Jewell late Tuesday after
noon. Three indictments were returned
against three persons, but none of the
Indictments were made public at the
time for the reason that the persons
against whom indictments were re
turned had not been apprehended.
Lnte Tuesday night the flrat person
against whom an indictment was re
turned was arrested by Sheriff Wooit
son. It was late in the evening when
the sheriff apprehended Elva L. Loney
at his home west of Fredericktown.
Loney was indicted .for perjury. It
is alleged that at the November term
of common pleas court Loney was de
fendant la a case in which Johnson
& Crowell were plaintiffs. It is al
leged that Loney did not tell the true
state ef affairs when he was on the
witness stand and there was quite a
nonnntloirl scene in common pleas
court when Lot C. 8UUwelL attorney
for Loney, withdrew from the case,
stating that his client was not telling
the truth on the witness stand.
As the outcome of this case the In
' dlctsant for perjury was returned by
the grand Jury.
Loney was brought to ML Vernon
by Sheriff Woollson where bis bond
was fixed at fl.OOO by the common
pleas court. The defendant imme
diately gave bond with John Jones ana
S. G. Dowds as sureties and was re
leased from custody.
The other indictments returned by
the grand jury are against persons
not in Mt. Vernon at the present time.
The indictments aro all for felonlcB.
The grand Jury investigated 25
cases and examined 39 witnesses and
as stated before returned three Indict
roonts against three porsons.
' FR. MULHANE AT NEWARK
Rev. L. W. Mulhane, pastor of St.
Vincent de Paul's Catholic church of
this city, delivered a Lenten lecture
at tho Church of the Blessed Sacra
ment In East Newark on Tuesday ev
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Will Be Trovsers Aid Cuts
Cleveland, Feb. 12 Trousers tight
er thaa ever; coats shortened and
close fittlng-Hhese are the 1913 spring
styfet promised to those men who
plan 'to dress' In the mode, according
to delegates to the annual convention
of the National Association of Mer
chant Tailors of America, which open
ed here today.
Thin men and fat men will have
troublo with the now fashions; only
tho athletic ones will be In-thelr glory.
Delogates say this Is a tribute to the
vastly Increasing number of athletic
looking, well-built American men.
For tho first time In tho associa
tion's history, women tailors will at
tend. It Is said that ono idea that
will be woilted out will bo that of
tailoring men's and womon's suits or
the same cloth." That Is a man and
wife will be provided with uniform
suits of brown, or blue, or black, or
any other color they may deslde. Bight
hundred tailors are expected to at
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The Buckeye State Building A
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22 West Qay Street, Columbus, O.
4. Ready money. You can have
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with out certificates. Heroin they are
most desirable. Assets 16,400,000.
At Police Station And De-
Nice Each Other As Fraids
Dark, threatening clouds, one a big
one and the other a little one, were
hovering over the police station this
afternoon when.the-Rev. Emery Cain,
whom the police designated as the
Little Negro and Brother Thomas,
whom they designated as the Big Ne
gro, met and accuBod each other of
being frauds and grafters. Each col
ored man dropped Into town today and
each began soliciting funds for on In
dustrial Bchool he claimed to be con
ducting for colorod children. Rov.
Emery Cain claimed to havo n school
at Indianapolis and Brother Thomas
said he had one down on the Ohio.
The Rev. Emory Cain visited some
of tho manufacturers today and suc
ceeded In securing donations. Soon
after tho B. N. dropped In at the same
ofllco and when he found the L. N. had
beat him to It, Brudder ThomaB made
a holler and complained at the police
station that the L. N. was a fraud.
Ofilnor Beam went to tho Carlton ho
tel nnd found tho L. N. thcro with his
wife and another "cullud" lady.' They
had engaged a room and wero eating
their meals in the room. The L. N.
was brought to tho station and ho and
tho B. N. exposed each other.
The B. N. said the L. N.'s school
was a frost and that tho L. N. was a
bigger one. Then the L. N. came bach
athlm and reminded Brudder Thomas
that he, the Rev. Emory Coin, had
ruB' Brudder Thomas away from his
home when ho was calling on the
Rev. Mr. Cain's wife. The B. N ad
mitted he had called on Sister Cain
and had been ordered away but he re
minded the Rev. Emery Cain he had
later received an invitation to call
again. The B. N. said the L.,N. was
wanted at Indianapolis for fraud. Up
on this the L. N. pulled his coat and
told the B. N. be would give him a
"You know what they do to a toma
toes before they can them, don't you?"
the B. N. asked he little one. "Well,
that's what I'll do to you." The case
was settled by both tho B. N. and the
L) N. being ordered out of town. When
departing the L. N. asked the B. N.
what train he was going to take, toil
ing him he wouhLmeet him there.
Catarrh Caanot B Curtd
with IAfc APPUCTIONS. as they
caanot rMh-tit seat ef the disease. Ca
tarrh to a Mood or onstlteUonal disease,
and' In order to sore It you hum take la
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh , Cwel to
taken Internally, and acts mreetly upoa
the dwoo ana ibucuub toww. ""t
Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It
was .prescribed hy one ot tho best Pftr-
beet blood purifiers, noting directly M the
mucous eunacoB. iiv ,,.
Hon ol tho two InnredlentB li what wra?
duces eucli wonderful results In curias;
catarrh. Bond for testimonial, tree.
F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Prope.. Toledo, 0
mtiA h rint-aln. nrlca 78c. v
FerTHal h hum Pleas
Coort ly Jodie Jewell
To Commence Oo Monday
Feb, 17 Before Petit Jury
Building Commission Net At
Court House Wednesday
Alimony Allowed In The
Case Of Worley vs Worley
Offices At The Cowl loose
Were Closed Wednesday
Judge Jewell In the court of com
mon pleas on Tuesday mado the fol
lowing assignment of cases, commenc
ing Monday, February 17, on which
date tho members of tho petit jury
will roport for duty at 9, a. io.:
Monday. February 17
Ohio Live Stock Com. Co. vs. Lev
Sperry et al vs. The Mt. Vernon
King vs. King et al.
Thomas vs., Thompson Cooper
Tuesday, February 18
Fuller vs. Yauger.
Can vs. Simmons.
Dally & Poland vs. Freese.
Wednesday, February 19
Hampshire vs. Clutter.
Bradfleld vs. Harkness.
Horn vs. Walker.
Thursday, February 20
Otis & Co. vs. Levering Brothers.
Young vs. The Mt. Vernon Bridge
i Friday, February 21
Cochran vs. Wilson.
Monday, February 24
Feeney vs. William Lewis.
Natinonal 8upp)y.Co. vs. Upham
Gas Sompany. ,
Bradfleld vs. Brannigan.
F. & M. Bank vs. Sharp, Adrar.
Tuesday, February 25
J. B. Walght, Exr. vs. Lucy McKay.
Wednesday, February 26
Hyatt vs. Bailey.
Finloy-Baroll Co. vh. Levering Bros.
Thursday, February 27
Colgln vs. Ferontmugh.
Koch et al vs. Lovison.
Friday, February 28
Rlnehart va. The Penn Co.
Monday, March 10
Wuchnor vs. The Mt Vernon Glass
Hlggins vs. Zelg.
Fortlllzer Co. vs. Bowers.
Sharp, Receiver, vs. Penn.
Tuesday, March 11
Stephen AdaniFon Co. vs. Tho Mill
wood Sand Co,
Bltchor vs. Howell,
Van VoorulH vb. The Mt. Vernon
Wednesday, March 12
Sapp vm. Cooper.
Doty vb. Harris.
Thursday, March 13
Keluor-Dowds Co. vs. Blubaugh.
Socltmnn vs. Koons.
Wants A Divorce
To Bocuro a divorce .and othter relief
from his wife, Maude Maxwell, D. Ont
Maxwell has filed suit in probate
through his attorney, W. J. BIssman.
Tho parties wero married December
6, 1911, and no children were born.
Mr. Maxwell says his wife has been
guilty of extreme cruelty and that she
continually endeavored' to humiliate
and embarrass him In bis employment
by charging him with drunkenness
and disorderly conduct during and af
ter hours of employment, making the
charges to his employer and in tho
presence of his neighbors.
He further says she neglected her
household duties and that each have
children of a prior marriage and thai
she foiled to take care of them and to
keep his and their home clean. He
says she rendered their home as a
place unsuitable to live.
Further he says he fully supported
their home and family and that he has
conducted himself as falthfml and duti
ful husband. He alloges she left him In
the middle of June, 1012, and has since
refused to communicate with him.
Mansfield Shield. '
1 Building Commission Met
The commission having in cbargo
.the building of the now county Jalt
met nt the court house Wednesday
I when the plans for the new, structure
were presented by the architect.
Offices Closed Wsdneesy
On account of the Lincoln blrthda
holiday, all the once ,at tho Knox j
county court nouse war rlosed all
Common Fleas Ceiirt
A session of combs pleas court
was held Wednesday by Judge H. W.
Jewell when a number, ef motions and
demurrers came up.
Judgo Jewell in the- court of com
mon picas on Tuesday In the Case
of Emma M. Worley vs. John Q. Wor
ley allowed the plaintiff alimony in
tho sum of 2 per week, commencing
on February 15, 1913. Both tho plain
tiff nnd defendant In tho ciwo are
nearly 70 years of ago.
No Court Until Monday
Shortly before .noon Wednesday,
Judge Jewell adjourned common pleas
court until next Monday morning, at
9 o'clock nt which time tho first case
to be taken up will bo that ot the
Camp Glass Co. vs. the Upham Gas
Inventory and Appraisement
In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam Welsh, an Inventory and ap
praisement has been filed in probate,
showing the following: Personal
S28, moneys $372.16, securities $1,620.
93, claims $899. Total $2,920.09.
The Tat'nher Estate
Thomas , E. Taugher bos been ap
pointed executor of Patrick Taughor
giving bond In the sum ot $100 with
P. A. Berry and Patrick Purcell as
BurotloB. No appraisement.
Referee To Hold Court
Referee W. A. Hosack will hold a
session of court In the common pleas
court room Thursday afternoon, com
mencing at 1 o'clock to hear the Penn
Levi I. Scott, laborer, and Mary
Krcps, both, of Mt, Vernon. Rev. John
Nellie Mulhane to Sumner 9. Pierce,
lot 95 Riverside park addition to city,
Borrowers' Special Advantage
All loans are repayable at any time
and without advance interest.
Partial payments permitted in any
Installment loans mado on which
weekly or monthly payments can be
mado to suit borrower's convenience.
All papers in connection with loans
are on file at our ofllco and can be
seen by the borrower nt any time.
If your aro contemplating buying a
home in 'the city or country buying
more land building or repairing, gel
our proposition before completing
If you aro interested either ns De
positor or Borrower, we Invito you to
call at our ofllco nt tho Northwest
Corner of Main nnd Vine Btrcots.
The Knox Savings & Loan Ass'n.
C. F. COLV1LLE, Sec'y.
James MUlor, residing on tho Mar
tlnsburg road, South Vernon, died at
7:15 Wednesday morning of bronchial
pneumonia after on Illness of 6 days.
The deceased was bom April 27, 1837.
Mr. Miller was a widower and Is sur
vived by three children: Mrs. Eliza
beth Bacey and Frank Miller of Cin
cinnati and Mrs. Nellie Brown of Mt,
Tho remains will bo shipped to Cin
cinnati for interment, but the date of
the funeral has not been set.
Charles A. Durbln
Word was received Wednesday by
relatives in Mt, Vernon and Gambler
announcing the death ot Mr, Charles
A. Durbln of Salt Lake City, Utah.
His death occurred Tuesday after
noon. He was 39 years of age and had
resldod in Salt Lake City for a, period
of about Overyears. He formerly re
sided at Cambier, but left there about
nine years ago. He is survived by
his mother and one brother, Mr. Frank
Durbln, ot South Mulberry street this
city. He Is also survived by two sis
ters, Mrs. Stanley A. Williams ot
Gambler and Mrs. Ella Willis ot
Zanesvllle. Mrs. Willis was a twin
sister of the deceased. Arrangements
for the funeral have not yet been com
CASTOR I A
Far iB&nte and OhiUrta.
Miss Helen Nazor entertained tea
girl friends at her home In Danville
Saturday evening. Games, music and
various kinds of contests were enjoy
ed. A luncheon was served.
Mr. Levi I. 8cott and Miss Mary
Krcps, both of this city, were united
in marriage at 4 o'clock Tuesday af
ternoon at the home of Rev. John T.
Black, pastor of the Mulberry street
M. P. church. Mr. and Mrs. Scott
will mako their homo InMt Vernon.
Miss Ila Williams entertained very
pleasantly with a tea at her home on
North McKenxIe street Saturday even
ing. All of the lady members of the
High school faculty and Mrs. J. S.
Alan wero present.
Meeting of Sorosis
Sorosis met Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. E. C. Mulock, East
High street. After tho regular busi
ness the following papers were rood:
Tho Ghettos of New York City from
the book called tho Trial of the Emi
grants, by Mrs. Lucy McKay and Lex
ington from Summor Haunt's by Mrs.
John C. Wood. Both papers were very
much enjoyed. SotosIb adjourned to
meet next with Mrs. Vance, East Vine
Of Beethoven Club
The Beethoven Club met Tuesday
evening at Miss Porter's home. The
subject of the evening "Brahms Sym
phony and Songs" was in charge of
Miss Shlreman and Mrs. Taylor. Mies
Shfreman read an interesting sketch
ot the Llfo of Brahms and the follow
ing program was given.
"Hungarian Dance No. 6" Miss
"Cradle Song" Miss Clara McCar
thy. "In Meeting Tones" Mrs. Beggs.
Symphony No. III. "Allegro con
brio" Mrs. Cooley, Miss Gertrude
"The Dustman," "8apphlc Ode"
About twenty-five of the friends and
relatives of Mrs. Scott Dudgeon ten
dered her a surprise at her home near
Bladensburg Sunday evening In honor
of her 2Sth birthday anniversary. The
evening was pleasantly Bpent In
games and music. A tliref- course
supper was served. All departed for
their homes at a late hour, wishing
tho hostess many returns of the day.
Those present wero Mr. and Mrs.
George Horn, Mr. and Mrs. EH Horn,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson Horn, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hrn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cles
tor Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Peres Dud
geon, Mr, and Mrs. Chris Dudgeon,
Dr. and Mrs. Stonehocker, Miss Ida
Mellck, Miss Lona McPeek, the
Misses Maudo, Ruth, and Graco Dud
geon, tho MIbscb Cora and Fayo Horn
and Mr. Ed. Furquhar of Gamblei.
, .j. .$. a 4. 4. a. .$. .j. j. 4. .,-. 4.
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A daughter was born Wodnesday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vail
of West Chestnut street.
Jack Ryan, formerly pitcher for the
Boston and Cleveland Americans and
tho St. Paul American Association
team, has signed with the Los An
geles club, of the Pacific Coast Lea
gue. The ANNUAL REPORT
to the State of Ohio of '
BUILDIM & LOAN ASS.
Paid up stock. 122,100,00
Gail ia assets year
1912 almost. 50,000.00
8lx per cent Interest paid on time
Certificates of Deposit.
Money to loan on first mortgage
real estate security.
0. H. BISHOP, Sec'y.
BUMMABY Or MMPOMT OF OOMDITIOIY -' "'
Leans and Discount , 1M7S-M
U. S. and ether Sends t IHMT.It
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Cash and Aim from Bank 1HNM
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surplus .flu fronts) ess 9V9fiM
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H. H. QREER, President 8. W. AL6DORF, Cashier
THE BIG SUCCESS
during the past season in our Tailoring Business
we attribute to our experience in giving the best
kind of artistic workmanship, prompt attention
to our patrons, and personal supervision of all
work. Our Fall and Winter Goods are now open
for your inspection. Please give us a call.
J. R. Doelfs
Curtis House, No.
if a JR 3Va:s
$10,000,000,000 $10,000,004019 I
The above Indicate) the approximate value ef the "111 2 erea. f
A FEW YEARS PROM NOW MANY WILL BE WOW- I
DERINQ WHY THEY DID NOT BUT A TAKM IN 1111
WHEN THEY WERE CHEAP.
See this Great FARM Bargain
$60 per Acre
A splendid farm. 200 acres in grass. Well adapted to sheep, sleek
and general farming.
Clay and black soil Two houses, four barns, twenty-fire acres
of tlmberland, plenty ot water, good fruit orchard and TWO GAB
WELLS PAYING 200 YEARLY AND FREE OAS. One and a halt
miles to railroad and five and a half miles to Mt Vernon. CAM BB
NICELY DIVIDED INTO TWO OR THREB FARMS.
TAKE NOTICE I
OWNER DOESN'T WANT THE MONEY,-only f 4,600 dowa te
bind the bargain. Balance on extra good terms. (
WHY PAY RENT when you hare an OPPORTUNITY Uke this X
open before you?'
W. C. ROCKWELL FARM LAND f
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
A FINE CONCERT
On The Vlcirola Was Tbat Given Io
Tbe Presbyterian Ghurcb
The VIctrola concert given at the
Presbyterian church Tuesday ovenlng
was excellent and no doubt did a
great deal toward Its purpose which
was to encourage the interest in good
music in Mt. Vernon. The program
waa very well selected and was mado
up of high class records by the great
est vocal artists In the world. Tho
church auditorium was nearly filled
by Mt Vernon lovers of good music.
HARRY THAW'S BIRTHDAY
Fishklll Landing, N. Y., Feb. 12
Harry K. Thaw quietly celebrated his
forty-third birthday today at the Mat
teawan Hospital for the Criminal In
sane, where ho was sentenced five
years ago after the second Jury which
tried him for the slaying ot Stanford
White found him Insane. No special
incident in the routine of Thaw's life
marked the anniversary, excepting the
receipt of Beveral present aad mes
sagce of greeting from relatives.
'IN 8ES8ION AT GRAND FORKS
Grand Porks, N. D., Feb. 18 A
large attendance marked the opening
of the annual convention of the North
Dakota Retail Dealers' Association,
which waa called to order here this
afternoon by President A. J. Smith ot
Carrington. The convention will con
tlnuo Ub sessions until Friday.
WRVTTAW Affc 101 BH l
11 Public Square
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60 per Acre f
A Hot Water
We guarantee them. All 'sixes,
all prices. We uke the rtalc
Made of Vulcanized Cotton Pi
bar, non-lnfiammable, sanitary,
hard rubber finish. Guarantees)
unbrsakabls In use.
East Side Publk. Souare
Opposite Grand Theatre
PLAN OCEAN TO
AshevlUe, N. C Feb. 11 U re
sponse to an invitation from Gov.
Craig of N. Carolina a conference et
delogates appointed by the governor
of nearly alt of the Southern States,
mot here today to consider the ad
visability of building a trans-contiaeft-tal
highway in accordance with the
project recently launched In Califor
nia. It Is planned to build tbe roe
far enough south to make It available,
for satisfactory travel the year rosU
Mali rtaur rum in raaiui
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