pushes spouse into well

marcyvantiger Member Photo

Clipped by marcyvantiger

pushes spouse into well - F. prison and a fine of $100. * Pushed Spouse...
F. prison and a fine of $100. * Pushed Spouse Into a Well. Herman Vantigcr, a Linn countj farmer, 53 years old, was taken from a midnight train on the Burlington at Macon Saturday night by Chief of Police Malone and held to await the arrival of officers from Linn county. Vantiger is wanted for throwing hin wife in a well. The crime, it is charged, occurred on* November 'i. It is said that the woman went to the well to draw some water, and. that her husband, coming up behind her, shoved her in. The well is eighteen feet deep and had six feet of water in it. The woman succeeded in catching hold of the chain and climbed out. Then neighbors took charge of her and protected her from further attacks. When arraigned before a justice at Marceline, Vantiger induced George Allen, a well-to-do implement dealer of Marceline, to go on* his bond for appearance before Justice Kendrick for preliminary trial, which was to have been held Monday-. The defendant began disposing of his personal property Friday and soon gathered in over $J,000. The Marceline officers received a tip that, Vanti- gcr was going to skip out. He boarded an east bound Burlington flyer at, Bucklin, and the deputy sheriff there, Sam Parker, .learning of it a few moment after the train had gone, notified the chief at Macon. Mrs. Vantiger is three years older than her husband. There have been numerous quarrels, and Vantiger says she hen-pecked him, but denies that he pushed her in the well. The woman insists he did. Some twenty farmers of the neighborhood guarded the Vantiger home Friday night with shotguns, fearing Vantiger would burn the houses on the place before he left. Vantiger says he was not running away) but was merely going to Quincy on business, intending to return for trial, lie had $1,000 in his pocket and carried a bundle of clothes wrapped up in,a cloth. Me had a blue handkerchief over his. fiend. Deputy sheriffs of Linn county came over and took charge of Vanti- ger. The Ash-Brown Nuptials. John P. Ash of Renick and Miss exciting race has train crews of For some been on looking whereby the wpuld be installed four milos'of ed some time gone through card to be issued show the same. some hitch in however, and the heretofore, for "Another the new time elimination of the Springs and This run, while of sufficient be given six way'per day conscipuous place time cards. In however, it does not having been The new time a new Wabash established in Main street. is Dr. D.. Kansas City has physician like and all the other the Wabash. a nicely equipped competent times. W10AK Kidney Diseases Common Aches j As one weak so weak kidneys body and hasten down. Overwork, causes injure their activity is body suffers from poison circulated Aches and urinary ills over-increasing diabetes and There is no real except kidney Dean's Kidney on the kidneys ill. Moberly Mrs. J. O,

Clipped from
  1. Moberly Weekly Democrat,
  2. 15 Nov 1907, Fri,
  3. Page 8

marcyvantiger Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in