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FRIDAY, FtlRUArU 14, 1111.
TH1 DEMOCRATIC BAWHI.
If Mice DeprtiKit For
Jaiury Glvei To Coiicil
I C Cochran Confirmed As
Henber Of Board Of Health
Ttao report (or the month or Janu
ary by Chief of Police Clements sub
mitted to the city council at their
meeting Monday evening shows a
marked decrease of criminal acts and
misdemeanors In Mi. Vernon and Is
rery encouraging for the police 'de
partment and shows efficient work.
t The report follows:
Assault with Intent to rape 1.
8tghty-ono calls were answered and
were reported back to the mayor's of
fice. Two persons, against whom no
aSdartta wero filed, were before the
mayor during the month.
Mayor Petri ne's report for January
was to the effect that no money has
been received either for fines or for
licences. The reports of the chief of
police and the mayor were received
and were placed on file.
Mayor Perrlne informed council that
Mr. Harvey Ackennan had resigned
as a member of tbe board of health,
for the reason that he will shortly
move out of the city, and asked that
'" 'he appointment of Mr. B. C, Cochran
be confirmed. The confirmation was
Adjourned for two weeks.
Of ? 500 Given To A It.
Vernon Chircl By Al
Word has been received In Me citr
that according to the terms of the wfll
of the late Albert Martin, formerly oT
Ml. Vernon, who died in Indiana, a
beqaest of 300 nas boon mode to the
Vine street Church of Christ, this
ttrnljTie Mislc liken It Til
The concert given Monday evening
by tho MubIc Makers at the M. P.
church was well attended and great
ly enjoyed, nearly every number was
eacorod. TIio voices of tho quartet
blended well. Many comments wore
heard la tbe exceptionally good work
ef tho accompanist who supported the
stngora with, softly modulated tones.
The program was widely varied ana.
very Interesting throughout
SERVICES AT NORTH LIBERTY
On account of tbe fact that tho edi
fice has been undergoing repairs on
a large scale during the past several
weeks, there lias been no service at
the Drethern church in North Lib
erty. Next Sunday services will be
resumed and will be conducted by
Eev. Johnson of Ashland. The ser
vice will begin at 11 o'clock. '
WELL KNOWN HERE
Hobs IS. Holaday, well known in this
city, having visited here many times,
warn on Monday appointed consul gem
oral at Cape Town, Cape ef Good
Have, by President Toft
Son Lives Here
Haoa Schodorf died Sunday at his
homo near Spring Mountain, Coshoc
ton county. Tbe deceased leaves sev
eral eons, among the number being
William Scbodorf of ML Vernon.
United States Deputy Marshal L. D.
Utarrlsh and wife of Dallas, Texes, are
guests at the home of Mr. II. A. Cross
oa tho Mt. Vernon road. They brought
to Columbus a woman named Davis,
who was convcted of smuggling
opium, and sentenced to tho Columbus
penitentiary as a United States prls
amor. Mr. Farrlsh, who has been a
resident of Dallas for the past In
years in the capacity of deputy United
States marshal!, was a former resi
dent of Mt. Vernon, where he and Mr.
Cross became acquainted and grew
tt warm friends. Newark Aneri-
nas vlbuikA .
" - T f
Samuel Nichols, a well -Known citi
zen of Harrison townshl'i died nt fi
o'clock Tuesday morning ut the home
of C. A. L. Hays. The deceased was
83 yecrs of age and his death was
due to heart disease. Me had been In
Ill-health for about one year. The de
ceased Is survived by one son. C. L.
V. Nichols of Now York City and one
brother, Dftnlol Nichols of Dladens
burg. , E. E. Rouse
Word has been received by friends
in Mt. Vernon of the death of Mr. E.
K. House at his homo in Santa Anna,
California, which occurred on Wed
nesday, Feb Gth. Mis death was caus
ed by diseases Incident to old ago. Mr.
Rouse lived In Mt. Vernon about 30
years ago and conducted n Bhoo store
here. Ho married Miss Jane Oglovle
of Mt. Vernon.
Jaw Wbeo Re Collided Willi
A Clothes Line
Woostr, Ohio, February 11 Arthur
Loner, 27 years old, a schoolteacher,
has u jawbone broken In two places
becauso he had bis mouth open at u
time when It should have becu closed.
Lower, while visiting at the home of
a neighbor, started to run around the
houso find collided with a wire clothes
line. The wire struck him In the
mouth, lodging between two teeth
with force enough to break tho Jaw
bono In two places.
Removing the wire from hbt mouth
was a very painful task, but Lower
is expected to recover.
Down AY A Funeral And Dies
i-v, t t,r'l
Phll.ult-lpbla, Penu., February 11
While attending tbe funeral of Moth
cr Cvrtrudc, lato auperlor of the Cath
olic ( onvent at Oaklanc, this morning,
Mother Mary Kulalla, head of the Sta
ter:! of the Holy Child Coin en t at
Sharon Hill, was strlckeu with a faint
ing spell and was removed to the Jew
ish hospital, whero she died this after
noon. Her Illness caused no commotion,
as It was supposed that n!ie had more
ly f.ihUe-d. None of those who 10
maiued until the close of the service
suspected that Mother Kulalla had
boon fatally stricken.
Mother Kulalla, who was about (ifi
yeais old, waB a sister of James M.
Wilcox, President of tbe Philadelphia
Saving Fund; of Mrs. D. Webster
Dougberty and Mrs. Robert Y. Lesley
of Haterford, Mrs. Lesley was attend
ing tbe fuuoral, also having been an
old ychoolmate of Mother Gertrude.
4 MILLWOOD .
Mr. Robert McMillan has moved on
the farm of B. F. Hammond. f
Mr. and Mrs. Bud CulUson and son,
Cody, were the, gaosts of Millwood
Mr. Robert Beach who is working
at Orrvllle was at homo Sunday.
Mr. Ranson Riley has moved his
harness shop into the Bailsman build
ing where he will do harness work and
Mrs. Oregon Fike has returned
homo after a fifteen days visit with
relatives in Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Berry of Howard
wero tbe guests of Miss Fannie Salts
man Sunday. y
Mrs. Lewis Henriksen andt daughter
were the guests of husband and rela
tives in Akron, O., lost week.
COX' MUST 8TAND TRIAL
Columbus, O., Feb. 11 In a decision
by Alia supreme court today a ruling
of 'Judge Dixon of Cincinnati was
overruled, tho effect of which is that
George B. Cox, tho former Cincinnati
boss, will have to stand trial on the
chnrgo of perjury.
POPE'S 8I8TER 18 DEAD
Rome, Feb, 11 Jtosa Sarto, ulster
of Pope Plus X., died today of uurnl)
sis, aged 77 yearn, v
Mr, William Wblttlngton left Wed
nesday morning for Cleveland where
be will make a short business visit) .Jtho Huffi .iskts. P? b isocAfrr, Tlie.
Soldiers Start For Tie Front
At New York
Will Go To Wisilngtii For
New York, Feb. 11 Feverish activ
ity prevailed today at the headquar
ter of tbe New York Woman's Suf
frage Association. Hundreds of vis
itors had to be received and the tele
phono wires were kept hot answering
questions of those who desired infor
mation concerning tho details of to
morrow's great event, the start of the
petticoat brigade under the command
of "General" Rosalie Gardiner Jones,
for the front, meaning Washington,
D. C, where the national struggle for
suffrage will be inaugurated with a
monster demonstration on the day be
fore inauguration day.
For many weeks the "hike" of the
Now York and New England contin
gent of the suffrage army from this
city to Washington, D. C, formed the
all-absorbing subject of conversation
In nuffrage circles It was believed
that In view of the success of the pil
grimage to Albany a Bhort time ago, a
larqe number of suffrage enthuBlusts
would feel encouraged to take port
In the march to the national capital,
but the enthusiasm of tbe suffragettes
had evidently been overestimated. Al
though tho start of tbe New York con.
tlngont tomorrow is expected to draw
a large crowd of sympathetic or mere
ly curious spectators to the Hudson
It-rmlnai Station, on Fulton Street,
ftom whence tho hikers will start up
on their march at nine o'clock tomor
row morning. It Is not probable that
tho uctiml, marching party will number
moro than a score of members. The
nuirrbors will probably be escorted
to Jersey City by a largo crowd of
sympathizers, but the latter are not
likely to venture beyond that point
iiuri are expected to return to New
York, allowing Uie "hikers" to con.
tlniio their way southward unattend
ed after that. Reports received a,
the headquarters Indicate, however,
that tiio'iuar'chore "will be met and re
roited by friends of their cause at
different points along their route and
at t.oerul Intermediate points small
parties of other marchers will Join
so that the petticoat army may bo of
qullo imposing proportion by tbe time
It reaches Washington.
Gcnoral Rosalie Gardiner Jonas,
who also commanded the "army"
which luvuded Albany a short time
ago, had gathered valuable experience
during that march, which enabled her
to arrange all details of the present
trip with tbe Judgmont of an experi
enced campaigner. Her general or
ders In, reference to the "hike" were
brief, business-like and' to the point.
Stye made It clear to those wishing to
take part In tho trip that ball dresses,
evening clothes, etc., would be de
cidedly do trap and that no marcher
would be pormltted to take along
moi e baggage than could bo easily
stowed away In an ordinary suitcase.
For the sake of uniformity it was or
dered that every one of tho soldiers
would have to wear a pilgrim cloak
and hood and carry a knapsack and
staff. The Knapsack will be large
enough to hold one or two pair of ex
tra woolen stockings, adhesive plas
ter, vaseline, absorbent cotton and a
few othber things which may bo de
sirable and useful in cases of emer
gency. Bach marcher will be permit
ted one medium size bog or suitcase,
which will be carried on a baggage
wagon forming tho packtrala of the
Tbe "hikers" expect to reach Eliza
beth, N. J., by tomorrow evening;
No.v Brunswick, N, J on the evening
of Fob. 13; Trenton on the 14th; Brie
ton, N. J., on the lGth; Burlington,
Pa., on the 16th; Philadelphia oa the
evening of Feb. 17; Chester, Pa., on
tho 18th and Wilmington, Del, on
tbe evening of Feb, 19, The marcher
will rest the following day at Wil
mington and will start again on the
morning of the 21st, making their
next stop at Newark, Del., the same
evening. They are to reach North
East, Md., on tbe 22nd; Havre t d
Grace, Aid., on the 23d; Ablngton,
Md, on tho 24th; Case, Md on the
2Cth, and Baltimore on the 26th. There
tho)' will rest until the morning ot
Fobiuary 28, when they expect to
continue (heir Journey, reaching
Lair el, Md., that same evening and
Washington on the evening of March
It Is expected that there will be
grit doings in VashUigtvu oa March
.1, tho dny boroio the lhiiut-'itratoa At.
(otdliiK to rnpoils tbi-t 1H lu nev
oi pl fhoutuud tuilr.jri i-ulhs ,rtr
fioui Jill put Is of the f.o.iu!r,f pothered
In tlio iiaUnual mpUol 0 5 Unt oi.
jilit,i to tiiho purl in the w??t rittt'osv
lier.ioiuuatiou and ntrluic piiv&ft Uv
principal event of a spectacular nature
win ne toe mg paraae on Aiarcn 3, la
which ten thousand suffragettes and
suffragists are expected to lake part
Ono of tho special features will be a
largo body of petticoat cavalry under
tho leadrrshln of Mies Inez Mllhnl.
land. , Miss Gladys Hinckley will Im
personate Joan of Arc and will be
mounted, in full armor, upon a snow
The MIbsos Ella and Mary McIIaie
nave gone to Cleveland and Plttaburg
to attend the millinery openings.
Judge B. M. Crltchflcld went to Sun
bury Tuesday morning to make a
short business visit.
Mr. Mnx Hyman is contincd to his
borne on 'East Front Btrcet with a se
vere attack of Illness.
Mr. R. E. Hess went to Danville
Monday evening to mako a short visit
Mr. Clarence Clark went to Orrvllle
Tuesday morning to make a two
weeks' business' visit.
Miss Nellie Warman went to Woob
ter Tuesday morning to visit for sev
eral days with Mrs.' J. S. Revennaugn.
Mr. Hugh Johnson has returned to
bis homo in Columbus after a short
visit with friends is ML Vernon.
Mrs. Norman Wuchnor has returned
to ber home In ML Vernon after a
visit in Columbus.
Mrs. C. L. Nicholas of New York
City, sister of Mr. John Wllleraln or
ML Vemon, is critically ill.
Mrs. Floyd Corwln of Columbus Is
visiting for several days with Mrs.
Norman Wuchner of this city.
Mr. Daniel Odell has nccepted a po
sition in tbe Lurle, clothing store,
South 'Main street
Miss Christine Baker returned to
her homo In Sandusky Monday after
a several days' visit with friends In
ML Vernon. ;
WANTED Work by month on farm
by young man sober, Bteady, ener
getic, single. Can give best reference.
State wdges. Address J. T. care J.
Ports, R. F. D. No. 4, Loxlngton, Ohio,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Klugh of Dun
kirk, Indiana, are visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. William Bennett, of Mt.
Hov. and Mrs. John Cooper, who
reside west of the city on the old
Delaware road, are confined to their
borne with grip.
A client of mine wishes to borrow
$1500.00 for one year at 0 per cent
Ho offers his note socured by one ot
Knox, county's most substantial men
D. B. Rawlins, Atty.-at-Law, office over
Dever's drug store, ML Vernon, Ohio.
Harold WIngrave and C. E. Thomp
son of Granville returned Sunday from
Gambler, where they went to attend
tho annual banquet and initiation ot
the Beta Theta PI fraternity of Ken
yon College, Newark American Tri
Sail paying highest prices in the
State for furs, hides and pelts. Skunks
I4.C0. Other goods full proportion.
Crushed rock and barrel salt In cwL
or ton lots suitable for ice cream
trade, etc. City scales for weighing
hay, grain and Btock. W. P. Sawvel,
401 South Main street.
Miss Ethol Knapp spent Wednesday
is Whole Story
Wonderful Specific for Sci
atica, Lumbago, and a
Cure for Dreaded Ar
tism. There Is a host of pills, powder, tab.
Iota (uid what-not for rheumatism, but
they all look tho first essentia to being
a natural medicine. To begin with, rheu.
matium Is simply a name given to desie
nato a variety of palnn, and can only be
reached by Irrigating tho entlro blood sup
ply with a naturally assimilative anti
dote True, the pains may be caarnl with
narcotics or tho acids may be neutralized
for the time being with other acids. But
these merely temporize and do not even
lead to a cure. There Is but ono stand
ard rheumatlun remedy,, and It rellects
the best thought of the day. It is pre
pared in tbe great Swift Laboratory In
Atlanta, Co., and sold In all drug stores
under tbe name of S. S. 8. at $1.00 a
Starvation has been advocated by many
as a cure for rheumatism, and yet S. S. 8.
acoomplihoa In fact what faddlBts pro
claim in theory and without tho punish
ment' of starvation. Hot springs and
sweating are often recommended, but
a B. 8. does all that Is expected of these
expensive and weakening methods.
It la conceded by tho closest students
of the subject that rheumatism is caused
In most cases by an acid condition of the
blood and aggravated by the remedies
commonly used for relief. In othor cases
rheumatism la tho result of nerve depres
sion; In Still others It Is the effect of
nemo scrofulous blood condition, having
bee.n treated with morcury,' Iodides, arso
nlo and other poisonous mineral drugs.
Tho recoveries of all these tjpoa ot
rheumatism by tho uo of 8, S. 8. Is a
wonderful trlbuto to the natural efflcacy
ct this rcmarkablo mcdlclno, for It Is as-i-'mllnted
Just as naturally, Just as spo-
fM.Kly, and Juat ns well ordained as tha
jr.oJi n,:cptnble, most palatable and most
rM.l y ditlpfted food. Do not full to
t u Cottlo of S. 8. 8, to day. You will
iM'ttnifhert ut tho results. If your
'H)i:lirj) Is of such a, nature that you
IS like to consult u great specialist
. iVtVlHil, vstJlV vo a,i vwew ssrsfvees-
M?' " "SWP-xAii.
Mr. and Mrs! Alfred Mill went to
Columbus Wednesday morning to
make a short visit.
Messrs Dwlght McNabb, Ralph Jen.
kins and Henry Arnold wero visitors
In Columbus Tuesday evening.
Dr. N. IL Eastman and Mr, iVanl
L. Young went to Columbus at noon
today to hear Rev, Billy Sunday.
Mr. D. A Upham and son, Mr. Percy
Upham, were visitors In Columbus
Mrs, Charles B. Curtis went to Col
umbus this afternoon to see Maude
Adams In Peter Pan.
Miss Elizabeth Kolley went to Col
umbus Wednesday to see Maudo
Adams In Peter Pan at tho Hartman
theatre and to spend several days
The second degree was conferred on
a cl.188 of candidates at tho meetlne
of Qulndaro Lodge No. 310 I. O. O. F.
on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. B. B. WIlllamB, Mrs. Walter
Sperry, Mr. Wllmot Sperry, Mr, Law
rence Sperry, Miss Anls Contey, Mrs.
F. L. Young, Mrs. John Sanderson,
Mrs. Henry Falrchlld, Mrs. W. E.
Schutte and Mrs, L. B. Houck went
to Columbus Wednesday morning to
attend Peter Pan at the Hartman
Neil W. Smith
and Stock Powder Agt.
Address Mt. Vernon, R. D.
Cltx. Phone Brandon L 16
CHINA, CUT GLASS
AND DINNER WARE
The discounts offered on all
Fancy China and Cut Glass,
means bargains for all buyers
of these lines, and special low
prices offered on a choice stock
of 100 piece Dinner Sets in semi
porcelain and china and open
stock Dinner Patterns should
make It an opportunity for all
close buyers to buy during the
t month of February at
The Arnold Store
SEBA M. CROUCH
ATTORN EV AT LAW
Special attention given to the
writing of wills, filing accounts and
all legal matters In tbe settlement
Soven years experience in tbe
Office over Dever's Drug Store, W.
8ide Public 8quare, Mt. Vernon, O.
But Two Weeks Left of
Cojjri!(ht Hut SchaflBcr U Mux
The Big Store
-1 i, ,fn , mVft-V
NOTHING that we could say would so thoroughly
convince you oi ike value of ChambtrlauCi
Tablets as a pemmM trial We can ieU ytm
of thousands who have been permanently cared of
chronic constipation, indigestion, biliousness, skh
headache and disorders of the stomach and liver,
hut this will have. little weight with you as compared
to a personal trial. That always convinces.
You Get What You
JUST RECEIVED CAR LOAD OP TANKAGE. 8PECIAL PRICES
ON TON L0T8
EXCLU8IVE AGENTS FOR SAL-VET
Bran 11.35 per 100 lbs.
Middlings H.3S per 100 lb.
Red Dog $1.50 per 100 lbs.
8peclal Middlings, (wheat and corn
product) , 1.50 per 100 lbs.
Corn and Oats Chop 1.35 per 100 lbs.
Shelled Corn .95 per bushel
Choice Oats , At per bushsl
Wheat 1.25 per bushel
Rye .90 per bushel
Cracked Corn 1.36 per 100 lbs.
Ear Corn .85 per 100 lbs.
Unbolted Meal 1.50 per 100 lbs.
Screenings 1.30 per 100 lbs.
Beet Pulp 1.30 per 100 lbs.
Alfalfa Meal 1.90 per 100 lbs.
Daisy Dairy Feed : 1.40 per 100 lb.
Gluten Feed 1.85 per 100 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal 1.80 per 100 lbs.
OH Meal 2.90 per 100 lbs.
Calf Meal .04 per pound
Tankage (60 protein 2.50 per 100 lbs.
Salt 1.25 per barrel
Rock Salt '. X1 per.peund ,
Baled Kay M par 100 lbs.
Baled Straw 55 per 100 lbs.
-Purina Chick Feed 2.10 per 100 lbs.
Purina Scratch Feed 2.00 per 100 lbs.
Beef Scrap .03 2 per pound
Beef Meal J03yz per pouud
Poultry Bone .03 per pound
Oyster Shells .70 per 100 lbs.
Chicken Grit -70 per 100 lbs.
Charcoal 03 per pound
Success Scratch Feed 1.95 per 100 lbs.
Chicken Chowder 2.00 per 100 lbs.
Large or small orders,dellvered to any part of the city. Terms Cash.
TUc Niriiwcsicn Elcviltr Mill !
No. 66 both phones ' ML Vernon, Ohio.
Sale Will Positively End Satur
day Night. February 22
Time is drawing short; avail yourselves of this
Great Opportunity to secure these big money-saving
Men's and Boys' Suits and
Overcoats. Hats and
All Men's and Boys' Suits including blacks and
blues will be sold at 25 per cent reduction, All Men's
and Boys' Overcoats, Bain Coats and Single Pants,
Hats and Caps, will be sold at 25 per cent reduction.
All Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, Ov
eralls and Work Shirts at 20 per cent reduction.
1. KOSENTHALL, Prop.
On the Corner of Main and
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