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Court Convenes In Mt. Ver
non Tuesday Morning
Judge Fiilius . Exchanges
Willi Judge Taggart
Suit For Divorce Filed In
Common Pleas
Tho October term or circuit court
of Knox county convened In Mt. Ver
non Tuesdny morning at nlno o'clcok
with Judgo Donahue, Judge Voorheea
and Judge Fllllus on tho bench. Tho
latter Is ot Warren, O., and comes
here In exchange with Judgo Taggart
who Is engaged In holding court elso
where. The regular assignment of
cases was taken up by tho court Tues
day morning.
Suit for Divorce
Viola M. Shannon of North Sandus
ky street, has commenced n suit for
divorce In tho court of common pleas
of Knox county, against Bert B. Shan
non. She states sho was married to
tho defendant July 1, 1899, and two
children were born to them. She
charges tho defendant with gross ne
glect and alleges that he abandoned
tho plaintiff and tho children. She
therefore asks for n divorce and , ali
mony. Owen & Carr represent the
Appeal Case
In the caso of Charles E. Klrkpat
rlck vs. Joseph G. Crltchfiold an ap
peal has been filed In tho court of com
mon pleas of Knox county from the
court of 'Squire Ryan of Howard town
township. The action Is brought to
recover 524 bushels of wheat and
10 cents damages.
Marriage Licenses
Claude Zlegler, rig builder, Glbson
vllle, O., and Viola Cllne, boarding
house keeper, Mt. Vernon. Rev. F. E.
Paul C. Woolison, machinist help
er, Gambler, and Ada B. DeWitt Dan
ville. Rev J. T. Black.
Jesse L. Relgler, electrician, Carrol
ton, ,0., and Maude Johnson, Ankeny
town. RovJfe. D. Barnett.
Deeds Filed
George Vernon to Aughata E. Walk
er, 2.147 acres in College, $500.
Blanch E. Young et al. to O. C. Neth
ers, two acres In Monroe, $500.
Jacob Schafer to Chas. A. Pelton, lot
28,Jacob Schafer's second addition to
Mt. Vernon, $300.
Martin J. Murphy to Nellie Baltzell.
lot 87, Park add. to Mt. Vernon, $1,200.
Board Of Gay Street M, E.
Church Organizes
At A Meeting Held Monday
Tho official board of the Gay street
M. E .church organized for tho year
Monday evening as follows:
Treasurer Wiliara White.
Secretary Edward ' M. Wright,.
Morning Colectors P. S. Kelser, Sil
as Parr, E. M. Wright, J. J. Phifer,
R. C. Mitchell, J. M. Claypool.
Evening Collectors E. C. Garlow,
Bryant Mann, Homer Kennedy,
Dwight Hobbs, Arthur Smith, Earl Mi
nard. Ushers W. L. Parrott, John Weav
er, C. S. Claypool, L. J. Mlnard, E. E.
Jacobs, Clyde Michael, B. D. Herron,
S. G. Dowds.
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A son was born Sunday evening to
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Parker of East
Chestnut street.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for Its cures ot coughs,
colds, croup nnd Influenza. Try It
when In need. It contains no harmful
substance and always gives prompt re
lief. Sold by all dealers.
FARMS FOR SALE 50, acres, 3
miles from city, prlco $3,500. Also a
stock and grain farm, containing 250
acres, has four producing gas wells.
Now 9-room dwelling. Price $52 per
aero. Stream & Rimer, tf
Of Ohio State Sanatorium
After Funds
To Complete Shacks At JJie
A meeting of , tho trustees of tho
Ohio State Sanatorium of Mt. Vernon
with the state emergency board was
held In Columbus Monday. Tho trus
tees of tho sanatorium nro endeavor
ing to secure an appropriation from
tho board so that a number of tho
shacks may be completed and other
smaller buildings constructed and
thus additional room secured for tho
reception of patients. Thero aro a
large number of applications for ad
mission to the sanatorium, but they
cannot be accommodated in tho pres
ent quarters. It is the belief that
tho necessary funds will be turned ov
er to the trustees.
Of Public Schools Of City
For Two Years
Some New Regulations Re
garding Athletics
Other Interesting Notes
About The Schools '
The following are statistics of the
public schools for the first months last
year and this:
1909 Total enrollment 1558, aver
ago attendance 1494,cases of tardiness
92, number neither absent nor tardy
1132, per cent of attendance 97, cases
of corporal punishment 29, visits to
parents 378, visitors 83.
1910 Total enrollment 1615, aver
ago attendance 1550, cases of tardi
ness 9C, number neither absent nor
tardy 1078, per cent of attendance 98,
cases of corporal punishment 17, visits
to parents 578, visitors 118.
The reports of the standing of ele
mentary pupils, have been sent to the
homes. The High school pupils now
receive monthly reports which they
aro expe'eted to have signed by the
parents. If reports do not reach the
parent, the principal should be con
sulted. A new regulation in conectlon with
high school athletics, required by the
state board of control, Is that parents
glvo their written consent and tho
boy furnish a certificate from a phy
sician stating that he is physically
fit, before he Is allowed to play foot
ball. These reqlrements are being
met by the students.
iMoro parents have visited the regu
lar school work this last month than
ever before In one month, and the
teachers hope the number will In
crease each month. It is hoped that
many more will Inspect the work of
the high school since afternoon ses
sions nre held.
It's the World's Best
No one has ever made a salvo, oint
ment or balm to compare with Buck
len's Arnica Salve. It's the ono per
fect healor of Cuts, Corns, Burns.
Brulsos, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers,
Eczema; Salt Rheum. For sore eyes,
cold sores, chapped hands, or sprains.
It's supreme. In fallible for piles. On
ly 25c nt G. R. Baker's, and F. Fink of
. . .J. .J.
Perry V. Vore
Perry V. Vore, a well-known farmer,
died at his homo In Monroe township
Tuesday morning at 1 o'clock after a
year's Illness of paralysis. Tho de
ceased was 'born Jn Pennsylvania and
was sixty-five years of age. He is sur
vived, by his wife and one son. Tho
funeral Thursday afternoon at one
o'clock at tho home.
Kills a Murderer
A merciless murderer is Appendicit
is with many victims. But Dr, King's
Now Life Pills kill It by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver,
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that Invites appondlcltis, curing Con
stipation, Hoadac h,e, Biliousness
chills. 25c at G. R. Baker's, and F.
FJnk of Froderlcktown.
J Society
Tho engagement has been annoum
ed of Mr. Malcolm Hoglo Baiter of
Clarksburg, W. Vayand Miss Helen
Jones,' daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C.
Jones of Newark. Mr. Baker Is a
graduate of Kenyon college and Is well
known hero. Ho formerly lived In
Coshocton, Ohio,
Mr. Claude Zlegler and Mrs. Viola
Cllno wero .quietly married at the resl
denco of Rev, F. E. Brlninstool on
Monday ovcnlng, Mr. Zlegler has
been residing In Mt. Vernon for tho
past three years.belngemployed In the
gas field as a rig builder. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Zlegler will reside at 3 Maple
wood avenue, where they will bo at
homo to their many friends. ,
Tho New York Herald of Sunday
has the following nccount of the mar
riage of Miss Mary A. Morgan, daugh
ter of, Mr. and Mrs. Rollln M. Morgan,
formerly of Mt. Vernon, and well
known hero, to Ensign D. C. Lalzurc,
U. S. N.:
In old St. Peter's church, Essex
Fells, N. J., yesterday afternoon, Miss
May A. Morgan1 daughter of Mr. und
Mrs. Rollln M. Morgan, of No. 10C
West Eighty-fifth street, was married
to Ensign Dallas Charles Lalzurc, U.
S, N. Tho ceremony was performed
by the Rov. Dr. Henry M. Barbour,
rector of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of tho Beloved Disciple, of
New York, assisted by the 'Rev. Mr.
Merrlngton, of Essex Fells.
The bridgegroom and his attend
ants wore their full dress uniforms
and swords, making a picturesque ap
pearance against the floral back
ground of yellow chrysanthemums
and palms, with which the church was
elaborately decorated.
The bride, who was given away by
her father, wore a gown of white sat
in, trimmed with duchess and point
lace. Her viol of tulle was caught up
with orange blossoms, and she carred
a shower boquet of white roses and
lilies of tho valley. She was attended
only by her sister, Miss Rosa V. Mor
gan, who wore a dress of flowered
chiffon over yellow satin, and carried
yellow chrysanthemums.
Ensign Guy K. Calhoun, U. S. N.,
was best man, and tho ushers were
Ensigns Russell S. Crenshaw, William
T. Smith, Paul H. Bastedo and Wil
liam D. Brereton, Jr. As the couple
left the chancel after the ceremony
the ushers formed an arch of their
crossed swords across their path.
A reception was held at the coun
try home of the bride's parents, Ko
kosing, Caldwell, N. J which was dec
orated with American flags, chrysan
themums and palms.
Ensign Lalzure, who Is the son of
Mr.' and Mrs. William C. Lalzure, of
Fargo, N. D., Is stationed on board the
Awarded Mt. Vernon Bridge Co
At Zanesvillle
New Fiftb Street Bridge To
Cost $209,985
Tho Mt. Vernon Brldgo Co. was
awarded a splendid contract by the
commissioners of Muskingum county
Tuesday afternoon for the construc
tion of tho new Fifth Avenue street
brldgo In the city of Zanesvllle.
The bid of the Mt. Vernon Bridge
company was $209,985.
Tho bridge will bo 1,550 feet in
length and there will bo a double road
way and two sidewalks. It will re
quire a year's time In which to com
plete tho building of tho structure.
Tho Muskingum county engineer's
estimate of tho cost of tho construc
tion of this brldgo was $225,000, while
.tho bid of the local company was con
siderably under this figure.
Frank Noldon, employed at tho Mt.
Vernon brldgo works, sustained a se
vere Injury while- at work at tho shop
on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Neldon
was operating a drill when it sudden
ly Jerked from ills grasp and struck
him a blow on tho forehead. A deep
gash was Inflicted by tho drill han
dle. Dr, N. R. Eastman was called to
render surgical attention.
s. e. strode,
Democratlo Nominee for Dairy and
Food Commluloner.
Secretary Ohio State Grange Farm
ers' Institute Lecturer, and Associate
Editor, National Stockman nnd Farm
er. A combination of a good educa
tion and splendid executive ability, re
inforced by a rare knowledge of hu
man nature and fondness for exposing
frauds, peculiarly equip him for tho
position. Opponent Is a candidate for
tho third term. "Ono good term de
serves another," but third terms mean
"resting on honors won," "furthering
personal ambitions," and "swelling
prlvato bank accounts." First term
moans "activity," "onthuslasm" and a
"making good." Monarchies practice
perpetuation In ofilce, but "new blood"
Is tho hope of republics.
Forced to Leave noine
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs aro sore and
racked with couglt are urged to go
to another climate. But this Is costly
and not always sure. There's a bet
ter way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery
cure you at home ".It cured me of
lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson',- of
Calamine, Ark., "when all else failed
and I gained 47 pounds In weight. Its
surely the King of all cough and lung
cures." Thousands owe their lives
and health to It. Its positively guaran
teed for Coughs, Cdlds, LaGrlppe, As
thma, Croup all throat and lung trou
bles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles
free at G. R. Baker's, and F.NFlnk of
j tfr ! p .
Mrs. William Barnes
Mrs. William Barnes died at her
home Just west of Centerburg on Tues
day night at about 9:30 o'clock after
a several weeks' illness caused by a
complication of diseases. She was
seventy years of age at the time of her
death and Is survived by three sons
and one daughter. The funeral at
the Disciple church at Centerburg
Thursday afternoon at two o'clock,
Rev. Pickle of Centerburg officiating.
Interment In the Centerburg cemetery.
Ida Schrader
Ida Schrader died at her home near
Watorford Tuesday night at about 11
o'clock after a week's Illness caused
by an attack of typhoid fever. She
was fourteen years of age at the tlmo
of her death and Is survived by her
mother and several brothers and sis
ters. The funeral at the North Fork
Baptist church on Friday morning nt
11 o'clock, Rev. L. V. HIto of Mnrlon
officiating. Interment In North Fork
church cemetery.
Reaching the Top
in nny any calling of life, demands a
vigorous body and a keen brain. With
out health thero Is no success.' But
Electric Bitters is tho greatest Health
Builder the world has ever, known. It
compels perfect action of stomach,
liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and en
riches the blood, tones and Invigorates
the whole system and enables yoa
to stand the wear and tepj of your
daily work. "After months of suffer
ing from Kidney troble," writes W. M.
Sherman, of Cushlng Mey "threo bot
tles of Electric Bitters mado me feel
like a new man." 50c at G. It, Baker's,
and F. Fink of Frederlcktown.
Injured Was C. C. Norrick
At C. A, & C, Shops
C. C. Norrlck, a bollermaker at tho
C, A. & C. shops, was badly Injured
while at work nt about ten o'clock
Wednesday morning. Mr. Norrlck was
nsslstlng on a pleco of work and was
holding a steel rivet, which tho other
workman was hammering, One of tho
blows, Intended for tho rivet head,
glanced and struck him in tho nilddlo
of tho forehead, inflicting a long gash
which bled freely. Dr. N. R. East
man was called to dress tho wound.
Dread Plape Knocks al Doors
of How York,
New -York, Oct. IT. Ono death of
cholera in quarantine here of a pas
senger who arrived by the steamship
Gcrmanla from Marseilles and Na
ples, and a death at sea, apparently
from cholera, on the steamship Sant
Anna from Marseilles, Naples and
Palermo, now In quarantine, led
Health Officer Doty to give out a
statement about tho emergency that
la delaying the landing here of pas
sengers from steamships that touch
ho Infected European coast.
Three steamships from Med'terra
ncan points are held In quarantine
under observation, the Moltkc of tho
Hamburg-American line, the Sant
Anna, a new Fabro lino boat, and tho
steamship Virginia.
Archbishop Farley Officiates at St,
Patrick's Consecration.
Now York, Oct. C. The consecra
tion services which mark the freeing
of St. Patrick's cathedral from debt
began at G:30 this morning, when
Archbishop Farley, who has fasted
slnco midnight on Monday, marched
at tho head of a processlou from the
archeplscopal residence to the cathe
dral. The service of consecration
rintnn nrnhnhlv frn-rn nrinanlln timpd i
and Ir in ft sense the continuation of
tho Jewish rite Instituted by Solo
mon. Tho essence of tho service Is tho
anointing of 12 crosses on the inner
.walls with the Latin "sanctlficctur et
consecrotur hoc templum," and if tho
consecrator should, because ot his
long fast or for any other reaBon, be
come Incapacitated before this part
of the ccromony has been finished,
the whole rite must be repeated from
tho beginning.
Cardinal Vannutelll, papal legate,
was a participant in tho ceremonies.
Route Mapped Out.
Chicago, Oct. 5. Here is the route
mapped out for the aeroplane race
from this city to New York: Laporte,
Elkhart, Waterloo, Stryker, Toledo,
Clyde, Nonvalk, Elyria, Cleveland,
Palnesvllle, Conneaut, Erie, Brocton,
Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse. TJtlca,
Schenectady, Albany, Pougbkeepile,
New York.
LaFolleUe Operated Upon.
Rochester, Minn., Oct. 5. The op
eration on Senator LaFollette was
complete success. A number of gall
stones were removed. Complications,
intestines adhering to the gall blad
deer, sub-acute Inflammation of the
pancreaso and enlarged lymphatic
glands, due to septic material which !
the gall bladder contained, wero also
found. The senator rallied nicely,
but It will be several days before the
outcome of the operation can be pre
dicted. Society Notes
Mr. Paul C. Woolison of Gambler
and Miss Ada D. Dewitt of Danville
were united In marriage Monday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock at the M. P. par
sonage by the Rev. J. T. Black. Mr.
and Mrs. Woolison will reside at '017
East Gambler street.
Relgler Johnson
Mr. Jesse L. Relgler of Carrolton,
Carrol county, and Miss Maud John
son, were united in marriage Monday
afternoon at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Harwood, corner Mulberry and
High streets. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rov. E. D. Barnett, pas
tor of the Gay street M. E. church.
Entertains With
Poverty Party
Miss Viola Frehse, West Chestnut
street, delightfully entertained the
Whist Club Monday evening with a
poverty party. Each guest was dress
ed In "poverty attire" and many of
the costumes were comical and
unique. Red tnble cloths were used
on the tables and the guests partook
of refreshments by the light of coal
oil lamps. Miss Jane Hllllar was
awarded tho prize for worst "poverty
stricken" guest. The members pres
ent wero Misses Marguerite Bedell,
Rhea Snow, Ruth Ralston, Mildred
Piatt, Winifred Piatt, Lela Patterson,
Florence Huddle, Verna Salisbury,
Edith Neal, Jane Hllllar. Ethel Mc
Gugln, Mrs. Sidney Congdon and the
hostess. The Invited guests were
Misses Helen and Mario Shireman,
Pauline Bedell, Verie Gleason, Bes
so Patterson, Louise Arndt, Loma
Arndt, Elizabeth Kelley, Bessie Bart
lett, Helen Porter, Anna Buckingham,
Elizabeth McCormlck and Buelah
Tor Infants and CUldron.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho
Mr. and Mm. John 7. Dodd of Ches
tervllle spent Monday In Mt. Vernon
with friends.
Mrs. .1. C. Patterson has gone to Co
lumbus nnd Newark for an extended
visit with relatives.
Mr. J. D. Vail and son, Horace, of
Sparta wont to Mt. Gllead Tuesday
morning on business.
Mr. Walter Keller In confined to
his home Just south of Sparta by a
severe attack of Illness,
Miss Jennette Piatt returned to her
homo In Mansfield Tuesday morning
after an extended visit In Gambler.
Mr. Harry Lytic of Frederlcktown,
Ohio, spent Tuesday In Millwood at
tending to some business matters.
Mr. C., S. Ii. and Mr. John Gilbert
of Centerburg were the guests of Mrs.
H. A. Bumpus and family Tuesday.
Miss Sarah Cunningham of Wags-
hon, Ohio, Is tho guest of Mrs. Bert
Crlll of East Gambler street.
Mr. R. N. Donahey of Bladensburg
spent Monday In Mt. Vernon attend
ing to some business matters.
Miss Annie Buckingham of West
Vine street went to"CoIumbus Tues
day morning to make a several days'
Miss Fidelia Pike has- returned to
her home In Mt. Vernon nfter an ex
tended visit with relatives In Berk
shire, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rose of South
Jefferson street went to Hunt's Sta
tion Tuesday noon to spend several
days with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Faust have
i returned to their home ' on Chester
street after a several days' visit with
relatives In Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Snyder returned
to their home in Massillon Tuesday
morning after a short visit with rela
tives In Mt. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Boner of Ches
tervllle spent Monday in Mt. Vernon
where Mr. Boner was attending to
some business matters.
Miss Annie Goddard of Gambler left
Tuesday morning for Hagerstown,
Maryland, where she will make an ex
tended visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Golley Wlngeler of
West High street left Tuesday morn
ing for a several days' visit with
friends and relatives in Danville and
Miss Hazel' Taylor of West Vine
street went to Gambler Tuesday morn
ing to make a short visit with friends.
On Wednesdty, she wilt go to Bladens
burg to spend several days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cooper returned
this afternoon after spending several
months at their summer home along
the shores of Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Moore of Cam
bridge, Ohio, are spending several
days In Mt. Vernon, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. James Lochary of South
Gay street.
Mr. George Ewlng, who Is running
on a Pullman dining car between Cin
cinnati and Columbus on the Pennsyl
vania railroad, left this afternoon for
Columbus to resume his run.
Miss M. W. Young of Hastings, Ne
braska, who has been spending several
days with relatives In Gambler, left
Tuesday morning for Cincinnati,
where she will make a several days'
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn S. Hazzard and
daughter, Helen Margaret Hazzard,
of Chicago, 111., are the guests of Miss
Enid Willams, East Chestnut street.
Mrs. Hazzard was formerly Miss Hel
en Vaughan of Mt. Vernon.
Salem, N. J., Oct. 5 The 235th an
niversary of the landing of John Fen-
wick here on Oct. 5, 1G75, which mark
ed the beginning of the first Quaker
settlement in America, was celebrated
in Salem today with festivities and
It's Goed Very Good
We sell all kinds Feed
I Sole Agents
! Purina Poultry Feeds
: The best known feed for
: chicks or chickens
The Northwestern
Sl Elevator a Mill Co. i
William Mercer, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. L. V. Mercer, was severely bitten
on the right hand by n bull dbg this
morning. The wounds were cauteriz
ed Dr. A. T. Fulton.
Nature lias made ample provision
in the moisture and (sunshine of tho
air for the outward protection and
healthy condition of the skin. But
the more important work of nourish
ing the cuticle hns been left to an in
ward source the blood. It is from
the circulation that the porca and
glands receive their stimulus, and
the fibrous tissues are nil preserved
in a healthful state because of con
stant nutriment supplied by the blood.
It is only when the circulation be
comes infected with humors or acids
that we arc troubled with skin affec
tions. The humors producing these
troubles are carried through the cir
culation direct to the skin, and their
irritating or inflammatory effect re
mains until the blood is cleansed.
S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases, because
it is the greatest of all blood purifiers.
It goes into the circulation and
acids and humors
which are caus
ing the trouble,
builds up the
weak, acrid
blood, and com
pletely cures Ec
zema, Acne, Tet
ter, Salt Rheum.
pimples, rashes, aud all eruptions of
the skin. When S.S.S. has driven
out the humors every symptom passes
away, the skin is again nourished
with cooling, healthful blood, natural
evaporation is renewed, and the skin
becomes soft and smooth. Book on
Skin Diseases and medical advice free.
THE EWiri SPJECiriC CO., Atlanta, Ocu
Interest Paid on
Interest compounded quarterly.
The new period commences on
October 1st, and all money de
posited by the 10th of October
will draw four per cent from
the beginning of the period.
We solicit your patronage.
Open Saturday , evenings for
your convenience.
We have Just received a fresh
supply of pure, unfermented
Grape Juice made from choic
est Concord Grapes.
It Is a delightful, appetizing
and ctrengthening drink for this
kind of weather.
Pints .
of people In
use the
(emm union ipnont; co.
Main and Vine Street

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