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THE DEMOORATIO BANNER
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1910
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Used In Presence Of De
fendant And Children
Also Alleged Violenee And
lecited In Cross Petition Of
Frances HI. Bailey
Who Seeks Reasonable Ali
mony From Her Husband
Her Brings Suit On Prom
issory Notes-Other Items
Prances M. Balloy, In tlio nctlon for
divorco brought by her husband, Wil
liam II. Balloy, has filed an answor
and cross-potltlon. In tho formor, sho
denios all allegations with tho excep
tion of statomonts of rosldonco, mar
In cross-potltlon, sho avers that ho
abused and mlstreatod bor nil their
wedded llfo, accusing hor of Improper
conduct, using viler and abuslvo lan
guage toward hor and calling her In
decent names In tho prosenco of hor
children; that on Dccomhor 25 and
other dates, ho struck and boat hor.
She 'recites many other Indignities.
Sho further says thoy have not Uvod
togolhor for two yoars on account of
tala brutal and Inhuman conduct.
Sho says that ho owns 80 acics of
land and has stock, machinery and
money. Sho prays for roasouablo ali
mony. Hohort L. Carr 1b nttomoy for
Suit on Notes
W. W. Shalfor has brought suit
ngainsl A. L. Glbbs, Booking to rocov
r an aggrogato of $125 on two prom
issory notes and has Hied an affidavit
tor attachment on tho grounds that
Uw defendant is a nou-roMdont of tho
nUto of Ohio. Harry W. Kooub Is
'Awwer Filed r
In tho uctlou brought by William
II. Ualloy ngalust Fninces M. Balloy
lor reconveyance of promlsos, nn an
wwor has boon filed by tho defendant,
stating that tho deed had boon given
3mtU protect a claim for $410, includ
ing money and llvo-stock, which tho
ilfiaintlff had obtalnod from a sottlo
toipnl of hor fathor'a ostato. Sho fur
Wnor nlutcs that tho property had been
placed in her home so that whutovor
wan wived from the nHSlgnmcnt nmdd
r tho plaintiff could bo thus kept
(beyond reach of plaintiff's creditors.
Robert h. Carr la attornoy for tho do
Mary 12. Fulta vb. J. T. Broughton
'Motion for a now trial ovorrulod; ex
ceptions. McIVotors vs. B. & O. Hallroad
Causci ordered removed to United
Sutcn district court.
Eliza Itlloy vs. Alonzo L. Glbbs
StUo confirmed; deed and distribution
J. B Hlblot, executor, vs. Susan
Stiiier Submitted and held under ad
visement. Iioiiiuh AlcClolhmd vs. Noblo Weir
"Sale confirmed; deed and dlutrlbu--Won
William F. Sapp vs. John Cooper
Sale confirmed; deed and distribution
Joaoph Itlco vs. Alonzo Glbbs
Judgment by confession in favor of
plaintiff for $311.80.
Application for Guardian
Jonflo Sollors has inado application
in probata court for appralsomont of
-a guardian of Mary Sellers, nn al
leged Imbecile. Hearing will bo hold
April 13 at 2 o'clock.
Second and Final
A. P. Tarr, guardian of Ann Itlggs
Holland, bus lllod a second and final
account, showing receipts nnd ills-
'bursemonts of 91,300.118.
Answer and Cross Petition
In tho proceedings to soil land In
-tho ostato of Jano Butler, an answer
and cross-potltlon has been filed by
William D. Chambers, In which ho
sots up a claim for $210 on a promis
sory note, secured by a mortgage on
John M. Woollson, sheriff, to Sylvo
A. Morris, parcel In Amity, ?710.
Cornelius K. Dowds to James (G.
Fowler, 150 acres Hn Pike, $12,000.
Walter ltoblnson to William B.
Scott, lots In Delmont addition, Mt.
Ina S. Baker to Otto L. Baker, lot
In Mt. Vernon, ?1, (two deeds).
Alice M. Atherton to Emlle N. Ml
chaux, parcel In Clinton, $500.
Harriet llalllstor to Burton Haw
kins, 74 acres In Milford, $1.
Itobort M. Greer to John Cooper,
part lot 75, Mt. Vornon, $1.
John M. Woollson, sheriff, to John
Cooper, part lot 75, Mt. Vornon, $12,
William Perry Erwln, farmer, Deln-
ware, and Blancho Maud Morey, Con-
torburg. Itov. J. A. Long.
Leo Earlywino, farmer, Bladens
burg, and Leota Chrlstpna Fawcett,
Harrison township. Ilov. G. It. Dye.
BY FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
HOME OF JEFFERSON TOWN
SHIP FARMER CONSUMED BY
Greer, April 7 FIro of unknown
origin dostroyed tho homo of William
Greor, situated about 2 1-2 miles west
of hero, Thursday afternoon. Tho
11 ro hud galnod such good hcadwny
beforo It was discovered by tho mem
bers of tho family that it was Impos
sible for tho house to bo saved. Prac
tically all of tho housohold goodH,
howover, wero removed. Tho loss
was fully covorod by Insurance.
SHAW AND YOUST
APPOINTED RURAL CARRIERS TO
FILL LOCAL VACANCIES.
Washington, April 7 Thopostofllco
department advlBcd Representative
Ashbrook today that William It.
Yoirnt and Harry 13. Shaw have beun
appointed rural froo dollvory carriers
out of Mt. Vornon to fill vucanclo3.
Mr. Shaw Is a rosldont of Mt. Vor
non and Mr. Youst of Millor township.
OF UNIQUE CHARACTER DISCOV.
ERED BY LAD OF THIS CITY.
A toy balloon with his namo at
tached, sent up Monday afternoon at
tho Y. M. C. A. by Lnntz Walte,
brought tho young lud a postal card
Thursday from a girl residing on a
rurnl route out of Gallon.
Y. M. C, A. boys havo been Bonding
up theso balloons this last week, ob
taining thorn from merchuntu of tho
city who uso thorn for advertising
purposes. Thoy aro llllod with gnu
and then let looso.
Wal to attached u tag to his balloon,
bearing his name, but novcr expected
a roply. Ho wns vory much surprised
when, In Thursday's mail, ho received
tho curd from tho Gallon girl.
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A dnughtor was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hurry Bock of East Vino street,
A dnughtor was born Thursday
night to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bryan
of Wost Gambler stroot.
A dnughtor was born to Mr, nnd
Mrs. Tlltou Johnson of Jollowny
UTICA VOTES APRIL 2
April 21 has boon doslgnatod as tho
day for tho Utlcn local option elec
tion, A petition of nioro than 40 of
Utlca votora was rocolvod at a recent
Utlca council mooting nnd tho date
Porry Norrlck of Howard was n bus
iness visitor In Mt. Vernon Saturday.
It. V. Mooro is Bpondlng tho week
end with rolatlvos In Nownrk.
Mrs. C. h, Wright of Third avouuo
fipont Friday In Frodorlcktown, the
guest of relatives.
Mrs. Perry Whoolor returned Satur
day to hor homo In Alexandria after a
short visit hero.
IlUBBOll 15 wait of AVost High street
Bpont Saturday In Columbus with
FOR DRUNKS OR VAGRANTS IN
Plenty of Work Constantly on Tap
For All Able-bodied Men
For a period of several years, Alt.
Vernon has desired somo legal means
of forcing vagrants to work out their
night's lodging In the 'city lock-up on
tho streets tho following day, or
"drunks" to work out their fines.
At tho last regular meeting of city
council, City Solicitor Koons was au
thorized to visit Mansfield and ascer
tain what means were provided thero
to work out such a plan.
Tho following, from tho Mansfield
News, will provo of timely Interest,
not only to mombers of council, but
to tho city at largo:
Plenty of good work for nble-bodled
men around tho police station. Men
who aro able to get drunk, aro able to
work, believes Mayor Lowrey, and he
assigns each man who has not enough
monoy to settle his bill, a place to
work and tho workers do not havo to
take tho civil service examination in
order to work for the city.
Those who aro a llttlo short on
funds, need not havo any hesitancy
in getting drunk foi thoy will not bo
embarrassed by being asked to pay
their fines. They may take it out in
trade. These men aro given tho priv
ilege of trading so much sweat of tho
brow for so many dollars worth of
fino and costs. The city has a good
sized roller which Is used in rolling
tho sod in Contral park. Two good
huskies are required to pull this roll
er and tho city also has an adjustable
collar, guaiantecd to lit any neck.
GIVEN MAYOR, POSTMASTER
AND PRESIDENT DARRAH
To Be Guests of Chamber of Com
merce of Columbus When For
mal Opening of Ball Season
In furtherance of good fellowship
between neighboring towns and in
recognition of bnsoball as' tho great
"National Game," tho mnyors, post
masters and presidents of commercial
organizations, In tho various cities
and towns throughout tho central sec
tion of tho ututo, aro being lnvltod by
tho Columbus chamber of commerce
to bo its guests at a luncheon at tho
new Athlotic club In tho capital city
on Tuesday noon, April 18, tho open
ing day of tho, baseball season In tho
Mayor Mitchell, Postmaster Dowds
nnd President Barrah of tho chamber
of commerco havo rocelved formal In
vitations to tho luncheon, ut which
Mayor George J. Knrb of Columbus
will oxtend tho municipal welcome,
and following which thero will bo nn
automobile parade to tho ball park.
At the chambor of commerco
luncheon, reserved Boat tickets to tho
gumo, compliments of the Columbus
Ball club, will bo distributed to tho
It has been suggested to Mayor
Mitchell of -this city, that a number
of locnl fans form automobilo parties
to Columbus on that day. It will bo
urged that these enrs bo well deco
rntod with Mt. Vornon pennants or
banners so that a good ropresontn
tlon from hero bo mudo In tho parade
procedlng tho gamo nt Noll park.
A number of dovotoos of tho sport
hero havo indicated tholr Intention of
seeing the Columbus team open tho
11)10 season with Us old rival, Kansas
'TWAS EVER THUS
FINAL L08ERS, MAY CONTEST
Word has como to this city that
h'ust Uvorpool high school basketball
live, which lost to Stivers high of
Dayton In tho finals of tho stato tour
noy nt Dolawaro last month, may con
tost tho game.
Tho Ohio rlvor lads claim to havo
loumod that Llghtnor, Stivers' star
forward nnd Don Hamilton's Boloction
for ull-stnto forward, lias played' pro
In protesting, it is understood that
Fast Uvorpool will ondoavor to havo
the gamo played over again.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
IN JUSTICE TO GOV. COX
To tho Public.
Information has como to mo that,
following the announcement of my
recommendation for appointment as
postmaster of Mt. Vernon, criticism
wns made of ex-Gov. Cox growfng out
of tho statement In tho Washington
news of the recommendation that Ho
had Indorsed mo for tho appointment.
This wn's an error, and In Justlco to
Gov. Cox I desire to state tho facts.
I believe I nm well enough ac
quainted with proprieties not to ask
for such nn Indorsement, and I be
lieve I know Gov. Cox well enough
to know that ho would not comply
with such a request If made of him.
It would bo entirely Indelicate and
out of place for him to Indorso candi
dates for postmastershlps.
In connection with the" campaign I
mado for postmaster, I wrote Gov.
Cox for a simple statement as to tho
circumstances of my appointment as
supervisor of public printing and tho
manner in which I filled tho oftlco. It
was such a request as an employe
might make of his employer in leav
ing his service
Gov. Cox wrote Postmaster General
Burleson Just such a letter as I asked
for, nnd Its text plainly shows ho was
not Indorsing mo for appointment as
postmaster. Tho letter from Gov.
Cox to Postmaster General Burleson
Is given below.
Dayton, O., Oct. 1, 1915.
Hon. A. S. Burleson,
Washington, D. C.
My denr Sir:
I havo taken no Interest whatever
in postofllco contests In Ohio except
"when men obviously unworthy of tho
trust havo applied, and tho interests
of tho party in consequence demand
ed attention; or In thoso cases where
high class men with whoso ofllclal
sorvlco I have boon familiar havo
asked mo to mako a plain certifica
tion of my knowledge.
In this relation, It gives mo plea
suro to certify to tho high character
of Frank Harper of Mt. Vernon. Ho
was selected supervisor of public
printing under our administration at
Columbus, a position that was given
htm unsolicited. Ho bi ought to the
trust tho finest quality of integrity,
industry and efficiency.
Very truly yours,
JAMES M. COX.
Airs. W. A. Smith of Kenyon stroet
nnd Airs. Scott ltoblnson of Dcnlson
avonuo went to Gambler Friday to
spend tho day with their parents, Mr.
and Airs. A. J. Bickel.
Flowers for all Occasions
FUNERAL DESIGNS POT PLANTS
J. W. Jlkern
Flower Shop, 117 S. Main; Green Houses Newark Rd.
Telephone Orders Promptly Filled.
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At Last-A One-Adjustment
"D EFORE you buy any cream separator, come
in and look at the Primrose. But one
adjustment is needed to keep it in perfect oper
ating condition. This adjustment is a simple
one for keeping the bowl at the correct height an
adjustment that you or your wife can safely make.
The adjustment is made from the outside of the
separator by either raising or lowering the bearing
containing the hardened steel point, upon which the
spindle revolves. A slight turn with a screwdriver, perhaps
once a year, does the work.
The Primrose is a well-constructed, close-skimming,
durable cream separator, one it will pay you well to buy.
"When can you arrange to see it ?
International Harvester Company of America
Primrojo cream separator are nold by
E. Salisbury & Son
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
A STEP FROM GASOLINE-FILLED
GARAGE EXCITES NEIGHBORS,
AND DEPARTMENT IS CALLED
A largo bonfiro burning within five
feet of a garago where soveral gallons
of gasoline wero stored caused prop
erty ownors in tho vicinity of West
Vino and Sandusky streets a great
deal of concern Thursday night until
tho flro department arrived.
E. M. Rowley, who lives at 209
West Vine street, kindled a bonfire
in the rear of his homo with the idea
of burning up somo trash and without
thinking of tho possible danger to
tho garago of Harry Blocher, near
which ho lighted tho fire, because of
its being constructed of sheet iron.
Tho fire, howover, became so large
that somo of tho neglhbors became
afraid that tho heat might explode
the gasoline stored In the garage, and
seut in a call for tho flro department.
Upon their arrival, tho firemen had
no difficulty in extinguishing the
blazo with chemicals.
GIRL SWIMMING MARVEL
QUITS IN HUFF
San Francisco, April 8 Tho girls
who competed in the fifty-yard cham
pionship race, which carries with It
the Pacific Athletic Association
swimming title, must swim over the
courso again tomorrow, because of
tho unsatisfactory conditions of tho
previous contest. ' Allss Dorothy
Becker, tho swimming marvel of tho
coast, will not competo this time, and
sho has withdrawn from tho associa
tion. Sho claims that If she had not
been fouled during tho start of tho
first contest, sho would have won.
Miss Ethel Daly was pronounced tho
winner of tho 50-yard championship,
but tho start of tho race was bad and
It has been decided that the race must
be held again.
Thero Is moro Catarrh In this section
ot tho country than all other diseases
put together, and for years It was sup
posed to bo incurable. Doctors pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly falling to euro with local treatment,
pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh Is a
local disease, greatly Influenced by con
stitutional conditions and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. 3.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a consti
tutional remedy, is taken Internally
and acts thru the Blood on tho Mucous
Rurfacos of tho System. One Hundred
Dollars reward Is offered for any case
thtt Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by DrugglBts, 7Gc.
Hall's Family l'llln for constipation.
f yM ito.
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Tho Kind You Havo Always Bonght, and which Iins heen
iu uso for over 30 years, has hornotho signature o
-J? ami has been mado under his pcr-CTjCf&T?-?--
sonal supervision slneo its infancy.
-uzi7jr, 6CCAJ4i, Allow no ono to deceive you in this.
Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" aro hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
lnlants nnd Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Cnstoria is a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
nnd allays Fovcrisliness. For moro than thirty years it
lias been in constant uso for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho ChUdren's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VOWK CITY.
Germany is Fighting for More Land.
Sho Appreciates its value. It produces what all the world
must havo: Food. There is a never-ending demand for its
products. Buy one of these now and be independent:
100 acres, well improved first and second bottom farm close
to Howard, on good terms.
Lays level to pently rolling, mostly In a heavy set of Brass.
Good clcht-room dwelling, barn 3G by 40 feot with sheds, wagon
shed, cribs, feed house, etc. Well watered by springs and run
ning water. Fruit orchard, good woven wlro fences, several
acres of timber. $11,000.00. .
122-acre Green Valley farm, located three miles south from
Lays level, good strong soil, twelve to fifteen acres of timber,
fine spring and well with windmill at dwelling. Two barns, wa
gonshed and cribs, fruit orchard, etc. GOOD TERMS.
Nice 22-acre well improved farni, midway between Mt. Ver-
non and Gambler:
Splendid six or seven room dwelling, extra good bank barn
with slato roof and all necessary outbuildings, and fruit. Just
tho place for a nice, comfortable homo with your cows, chick
ens and fruit $1,000 Only the price of a good city property.
Very desirable 72-acre farms, five or six miles out from
Well Improved. $6,250. Good terms.
324 acres, well improved stock and grain farm, three miles
with lot of nlco oak timber. Only $55 per acre on good terms.
A genuine farm bargain.
One of the best 100-acre farms In Miller township. Well
tiled. and Improved:
Bark loamy soil. Very productive. One of the best buya In
'the county at $8,700.
Splendid 60 acres close In, also 44 acres and 125 acres: '
Seo us today. Tomorrow may be too late; they are moving.
W. C. ROCKWELL
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Wc have the facts to show that over one thousand applications were
made to Illiss College last year for commercial teachers, bookkeepers,
stenographers, private secretaries, accountants, and salesmen four hun
dred places left unfilled. Special summer courses for commercial
teachers and for High School students who desire to enter the business
world. Wc do not ask you to enroll, but to write us today about a
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the toursc to suit your requirements, and secure a satisfactory position
for you when you finish. Write for free catalogue explaining our propo
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agjgaaiacaiccmoKaan! mm mg
of Experience at once on the farms of
To replace the young farmers who
have enlisted for the war. Good
wages and full season's Avork as
sured. There is no danger or possibility of
Conscription in Canada.
Itoferoces required from all applicants
For special railway rates and other in
formation apply to
W. S. Nelhsry, Inlerurban Bide.
Authorized Canadian Government Agent
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