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No. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
'abllahea' Tuesday Morning and Friday
STEPHEN J. DORQAN
Lessee and Publisher
Bnterect at the poatofflce, Mt. Vernon;
atnoi county Ohio, u necond ulais mall
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year,
mletly :a advance.
Hosolutlons of Respect Obltuarlea
and Card of Thanks, six cenu par
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921
Sheriff- Lytle Makes Two
Alter making a search through
Frrdoriektowit and surrounding terri
tory, Sho'rlfT Lytic was unable Friday
aftornooii to find a traco or the man
wanted In Mt. Vornon on a churgo of
Sheriff' Lytlo wont to Frpdorlektown
nguln Saturday morning and conduct
ed u loiiRthy senrch, but was iinublo
to locate Ills man.
It Is believed that tho alleged forger
Is In hiding somewhere near Krodor
icktown. Ashbaugh About Ready To
Take Over The Affairs
Knox T. & R. Co.
Paul M. Ashbaugh, trustee In bank
ruptcy for the Knox Tlru & Rubber
Co., was ongagod Saturday morning
In checking up tho affulrH of thu com
pany with Itccolvor French W. Sov
ems, preparatory to taking chargo of
tho company's business.
As stated In Tho Manner Friday,
Itccolvor Soverns expects to file his
account with tho common pious court
In a short tlmo, and to recolvo his II
nal dischurgo as receiver.
Goes To Fredericktown This
Afternoon And May
Make An Arrest
Sheriff B. H. Lytle went to Freder
icktown Friday afternoon with a war
rant for tho arrest of a man llvlno In
that vicinity charging him with forg
ery. It Is alleged the man passed
several forged checks on Mt. Vernon
merchants earlier In the week.
Konn ilie lialiil of saving
jihd deposit willi us regularly.-
f) interest on Certificates
& Loan Ass'n
E E0U1 OF
WITH THE RECE VER
LOOK FOII THE
M A N G L E D BY A
Fatality Friday Morning At
Road Crossing Near
E.C. FERGUSON, A COUSIN
ESCAPES WITH HIS LIFE
Claim Is Made By Survivor
Engineer Did Not Whistle
Theodore Carr, 27, was Instantly
killed Friday morning near Hunt Sta
tlon by a westbound B. & O. passen
ger train due In Mt. Vernon at 9:53
a. m. Unaware of the approach of the
train, Carr drove his automobile onto
the crossing In front of the train. His
body was frightfully mangled and the
machine was demolished. E. C. Fer
guson, his cousin, of 819 North Gay
ttreet, escaped by jumping.
Carr and Foiguson hud left Mt. Ver
non earlier In tho morning In ii Max
well speedster to drlvo to Hunt Sta
tion, Carr being at tho wliuel. At a
placo just not th of Hunt Station, tho
11. H. O. railroad crosses tho highway
on a curve. According to u statement
by Ferguson, neither man saw or was
aware of tho approach of the train.
Thuy heard no whlstlo and Ferguson
Is posltlvo nono was sounded.
ForgtiBon Just had tlmo to Jump
from tho automobile before It was
struck by tho oncoming onglno. Carr
was impudeil In his movements by tho
wheel of tho automobllo and was nn
able to cscapo.
Curr'H body was frightfully mangled.
Tho automobllo was reduced to a tan
gled mass of wrockago by tho Impact
of thu onglno.
Tho trainman brought tho passon
ger cars to u stop and tho mangled
remains of Carr woro picked up and,
accompanied by Ferguson, brought to
Mt. Vornon. Tho body was takon to
thu morguo of Millar & O'Hryan to bo
propured for burial.
Coroner Iltiriuur at Dnuvlllo wus no
tilled. Curr was a son of J. n. Carr, who
lives east of Mt. Vornon on tho Woos
tor road. Ho Is survived by his wid
ow and a son, agod tnrco or lour
years. Their homo Is four miles oast
of Mt. Vornon, nonr tho Ebonozor
church, on tho Woostor road. Carr
had boon oinployad In Mt. Vornon as
a carpontor, and also by Kelly &
Mitchell. Surviving him, besides his
widow son and parents, aro threo sis
ters,, Mrs. Essie Aekonnan, and Mrs.
Wnltor Frlzzcll of Frodorloktowii nnd
Mrs, llouliili Queen of Shuuki O,
ForgiiBon, after Booing that tho body
wuh being cared for at tho Mlllor &
O'llryan morguo, went out to tho Carr
homo to In oak to tho wlto and sou and
parents tho hoartbroaklng nows of
tho sorrow and loss that had conio
upon thorn so suddenly.
No iirrnnguinonta for tho funeral
hiivo liiioii nuulo.
Timon Lodge Also Getting
Ready For Fall Work
The Coming Month
Timon lndgo, No. in, Knight of Pyth
Ins, at n regular mooting last ovouing
Installed tho now keeper of records,
Wnltor M. Riley.
Mastor of Work James Edition an
nounced that tho regular fall work of
thu lodgn would start uuxl month
with Huven or eight candidates In'
waiting. Tho mmuhms discussed tho
ruining Pythian pintle to occur Sat
urday afternoon at Rlvursldn park.
Mrs. Cloniin Sapp spent Wednesday
iii'Mt. Vornon tho guest of rolatlvus.
Mr. and Mrs Goorgo Mowery and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Uoujniulu Fruzlor, near Will-
Mrs. Fulmar of Spollucy spent a
fow dnys with Mrs. Frod Woirlck.
Mr. I'lIoBt of A) Ultimas is visiting
his sister, Mrs. O. V. Banbury.
Mr. lCdwuul Laudorbuiigh was a Mt.
Vornon visitor Tuesday.
Tho MIllorHburg baseball team will
Puy, tho I), B, A. C team hero Satur
day, Sunt. 21, a p. m.
A NEW, OFFICER
Mrs. Dalo Wilcox and daughter, of
Mansfield, are spending the week-end
with her brothr, Mr. Ralph Dowltt.
Thoso who attended tho funeral of
Oscar Harding at Columbus were Mr.
and Mrs. C. Q. Ferrell, Mr. and Mrs.
(Jill Orr of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk
Patrick of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Sapp and son Earl, Mr. and Mrs,
Lincoln Sapp and daughter Elsie.
Mr. tin' Foriilng Ws vacated his
property and moved to Mt. Vernon.
Osborn Hibblts has purchased tho
Mrs. Polly Dewltt and son George
were called to Bnrberton on account
of the sickness of her son, Mr. Alonzo
bowltt, who hod a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Spurgcon lias soid his property
on Main street to Mr. Claude Camp
bell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moorehcad was
ghen a farowoll purty at the homo of
Mr. Royal Fondrtck Thursday even
ing. They aro leaving for Zaucsvllle
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parhons of Orr
vllo were callers here this week.
Mr. Carl lllack, who Is at Lakeside
hospital, Cloveland, Is getting along
Mrs. Jacob Fendrlckg and Miss Ma
bel Strousq aro guests cf relatives at
Mr. Wnltor Sapp and Mr. Dallns
Stockcr of Mansfield linvo spent tho
week bore hunting.
Ashbaugh In Charge Of Af
fairs, Except The Money
Trustee in Bankruptcy Paul M. Ash
baugh is now practically In chargo of
the affairs of tho Knox Tiro and Rub
ber company, with tho exception of
tho control of monoy in bank, amount
ing to about ?5,000.
According to the entry in the case
ordering the dlsclmrgo of tho receiver,
French W. Soverns, which was related
In full In Thursday's Dally Banucr,
tho money In bank remains In tho
hands of Receiver Sevorns until his
account Is filed nnd confirmed by tho
court and he is formally discharged.
According to tho order of the court,
made Thursday, tho receiver Is direct
ed to turn ovor to thpj,truH,tee in bank
ruptcy, all assets of tho company
bonds, stocks, notes, securities, of
fice furniture nnd fixtures, in fnct ev
erything with the exception of tho
$5,000 In bank.
Trustee Ashbaugh,,; who. has given
bond In tho sum of ifHO.OOO In a surety
company, appeared ut tho offlco of
tho Knox Tiro and Rubber company
Friduy morning nnd took over the as
sets In kind.
Mr. Ashbaugh announced today that
03 soon as Receiver Soverns Ih dis
charged by the court that ho would
place a man in chargo of thu offices
of thd Knox Tiro and Rubber com
pany to tuko cure of tho routine busl
iich'j of tho day.
Trustee Ashbaugh Is hoping for a
speedy sulo of tho plant. It was in
timated today that n number of east
ern men aro figuring on buying tho
plant at nn early date.
Receiver Sovorns Informed tho Han
nor Friday aftornooii ho hopes to
make his lluul raport to' .ludgo Ulolr
In common plouH court quickly and
to bo given his final dlsclmrgo us re
ceiver In the course of a very fow
dnya. Nothing will bo pormlttud to
Interfero with UiIh program.
Trusteo Ashbaugh was in Columbus
today conferring with fodorul court
olHclulH respecting his trusteeship.
Mrs. Jessie Griffith Asks To
Be Released As One Of
V. V. Ilondorshot, ono of tho olllc
lols of tho Knox Tiro & Rubber Co.
under Indictment for nllogod violation
of tho blue sky Inw, gavo a now bond
In tho sum of ?1,000 In tho common
ploas court of Knox rounty, Saturday
Thu now bond was .signed by Frank
Crowthers ami "Lot C.'st'lllwll.
A few days ago Mrs. Josslo GriUlth
appeared In common ploas court nnd,
thiough hor attorney. Walter G. Har
ris, asked to bo discharged as ono of
tho bondsmen, llondorshnt's original
bond was signed by W. 11. Grllllth and
Mrs. Jossle Griffith.
Tnnlac, tho romarkablo remedy that
everybody Is talking about, Is sold by
Taughor's drug storo.- . 27.
CHARGE OF TIRE CO
Inspection Is Made Of Knox
T. & R; Plant By Men
Messrs. C .A. O'Noll and J. a. Foist,
representatives of tho Hydro-United
Tire Co. of Philadelphia, and Potts
town, Pa.) came to Mt. Vernon Fri
day for tho purpose of looking at tho
plant .of tho Knox 1 Iro fc Rubber Co.
In company with Fred W. Kahrl and
W. A. Ackerman, tlioy visited and
wont through the plant. In tho after
noon thoy woro In conference with
Receiver French W. Soverns.
It was Intimated by tho visitors
they probably "will hnvo a proposition
to make before they leave Mt. Ver
non. They expressed themselves as
being favorably impressed with what
they found here. They said it would
bn to the ndvantago of their company
to secure the Mt. Vernon plant bo
ciiuso of Its location relative to Chi
cago, which supplies Cii per cent of
tholr business. Should tho Hydro
United Tiro Co. acquire tho local
plant tho opinion was oxprossed It
would bo impossible to havo it in op
eration boforo January 1, 1022.
While hero tho visitors quoted fig
ures and statistics and displayed lit
oiiituro and other dnta tending to es
tablish tho standing and position of
thlr company In tho tiro building In
dustry. Thoy claim that, while tho in-"
diihtry nt Akron wns flat and 'pros
trate, tho Hydro-United plant at Potts
town was operating nt full capacity
and wholly unnblo to keep up with
Tho Information nlso was glvon that
on Thursday tho company secured a
$2.".l),000 contract that will necessitate
tho immediate, doubling of tholr pro
duction. Whnt will bo tho ultimate outcomo
of tho visit mndo to Mt. Vornon will
depend in n material degree upon tho
naturo of tho proposition that may bo
made to Rocolvor Soverns and tho ac
tion taken upon It "by him nnd tho
state and federal courts.
AW ACTIVE FEATURE
Classes To Be Formed At Y.
M. C. A. If a Demand Is
Found For Them
Members of tho Y. M. C. A. educa
tional cnmmlttco held a meeting nt
the Y on Friday evening nt which
thoy discussed and outlined plans for
educational work to be undertaken
under tho auspices of tho Y. M. C. A.
this coming fall and winter.
Provided thoro shall bo sufficient
demand classes will bo formed in citi
zenship, forcmuuship or shop mail
ngoment, advertising, mechanical
drawing, tiigonomotry and descriptive
gooniotry. Tho formation of classes
in any of theso subjects will depend
upon tho number of thoso wishing to
enroll. If a sufficient number aro
found to oiganlzo a class In any of
tho above subjects a teacher will be
provided. The foo will bo nominal.
A number of boys In tho grammar
grades havo boon cqmpelled to loavo
school because of family necessities
and seek work. Arrangements hnve
been mndo with Supt. Elliott whereby
theso boys may contiuuo their studies
attending- classes at tho Y. M. C, A.
ut night. Teachers will bo supplied
Eat More and
You know that thoro Is noth
Ing quite so aggravating and dis
! you can't eat half tho tlmo and
tbun not what you aro craving.
If you are so sltuatod afraid
to oat food don't ngroo with
you stomach troublo whon you
do, It's a Buro.slgn tho dlgostivo
fluids are sluggish the food Is
not properly assimilated.
Stir them u?, incroaso your ap
potlto and eat your meals with
enjoyment and rolish.
There Is nothing quite to sure as
thoy will work wonders with
your system, increase your vi
tality, and make your dally tasks
Wo sell them
Two sizes 25 and 50 cent
115 8. Maln'8. Mt. Vrnon, O,
COME FROM VISITOR
C TIL IRK
for them making it possible for thorn
to icontlnue tholr studies.
FirstiGridiron Game Of 1921
Season Staged Friday At
A practice gnmo played by the iMt.
Vornon and Fredericktown hteh
school elevens was a feature of chief
interest tp high school students Fri
day afternoon. Tho game was played
at 4 o'clock nt Athletic park.
The scorb was 47 to 6 In favor of
Mt. Vornon. The visitors made their
score on a forward pass.
Tho game was purposed as a work
out to nfford Coach Newman nn op
portunity xto see what the Mt. Vernon
boys will do In action,
FULL TO PAVEMENT-
Mr. William Trick sustained a small
cut over his right eyo this nfternoon
when ho fell to tho pavement near
Miller & O'Hrynn's undertaking estnb-
llehmont. Mr. Trick had como down
stairs from tho Stauffer flats and evi
dently stumbled on n raised place. In
tho pavement. He was taken to Mil
ler & O'Dryan's where a 'physician
But the "Bad Man" Is Preferable.'
Tho "bad niitii of the plains" Is now
extinct, his place having been taken
by mere defaulters, embezzlers, swind
lers, yegginen and- other criminals.
Tnnlno is a splendid tonic and sys
tem 'purifier, now selling at tho rate
of almost ton million bottles a year.
Taughors drug store. 27
HEAD IS CUT. IN
I At Ringwalfs
Thursday Friday and Saturday
Made from cotton grown in the Sien Tsin Valley, China, -which has a crinkled
fibre like wcol. Repels the cold and holds the heat.
Three Standard Sleepy Hollow Cotton Blankets
Sleepy Hollow Deep
Full bed size. A big blan
ket at a low piico:
The Famous Sleepy Hollow Plaids
Warm enough for the coldest weather. Sturdy and strong.
Kxtru double bed slzo in two ton
ed plaids In blue, tan, pink, gray
and gold. .
Ideal weight and splendid val-
Sterling Woolen Mills Plaids
Two splendid qualities to please the most, critical.
Northern Star Wool Blankets
Extra double bed size.
C In. block stylos in colored plaids.
Tho wool blanket to buy for qunlity, com
fort and economy.
Fill, Your Needs Now at, These Very Low Prices
The J. S. Ringwalt Co.
Attendance At Rural And Vil
lage Schools Larger
County School Supt. J. c. Marriott
visited tho schools of Liberty town
ship on Friday, In the course of tho
day ho called, and observed tho work
done by the teachers and scholars In
Sinco tho opening of the schools
this fall, Supt.i Marriott has visited
the schools in seven of the 22 town
ships of tho countyi He finds tho
jvork . starting in an eminently satis
factory and pleasing manner' In all the
schools. Tho reports show a good at
tendance, practically all reporting In
creased enrollments. While the at
tendance in the rural schools has In
creased measurably, tho grade schools
and high schools In tho villages re
port oven larger Increases. This Is
notably true at Gambler, Centerburg
and Fredericktown. The total en
rollment will, It Is believed, bo found
to bo greater than ever bofore.
Program For Knox Co. S. S;
Tho program committee of the Knox
Qounty Sunday School association has
practically ccmplotcd Its work rela
tive to tho coming convention to bo
held October 25 and 2C at tho Presby
terian church, Tho committee has
been working in conjunction with tho
Extra double bed size, very
nniinni1 nrnnnTfvii i
h h mir HPP H li ft
UUIIUUL IILItUlll4J HLU
STATE WORKERS TO
BE AT' CONVENTION
Tho very highest grade Cotton
ninnkcts. 3 In. solid squares on
Like Eiderdown for warmth,
ctato olden and 1ms secured tho guar
anteo of threo state workers.
Tho program will bo presented, fc
detail Sunday, nftqrnnon, Oct. 2, nt
tho waikers' conference to bo hold nt
tho nbovo montlned church, when it
Is hoped thut every pastor nnd Sun
day school superintendent and atlonst
threo additional workers will bo pros,
entfrom each church In tho county.
On the Job,
A western paper says : The measles
broke out here lost week, but Dave
Jobson, the town constable, caught
'em. Boston Transcript.
Get rid 'of that nervous, fretful feel
ing, Brace up. Tako Tanlnc and you
will look oveiybody In tho face with a
snillo. Sold at Taughor's drug store.
The "OLD. HOME" Is
Brought to your
through the U. S. Mai's,
for you can SAVE iu
this reliable old 'Home'
of 100 SAFETY no
matter where you live.
Write foi particulars
The Home Building
U. M. BAUGHER, President
Super bed size. Very hand
somo nnd durable:
All Virgin Wool Blankets
Super doublo bed slzo.
Uiound with soisotto ribbon.
A quality for life tlmo service. Light blue,
steel and tan.