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TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 27, 1010
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
K. H, C. A.
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The Scene Of Much Activity
I Amusements Of All Kind
During The Oay
A Large Number Participate
In The Events
Monday at the association was in
teresting and full ot Ufa from early
morning till iato in the evening. Tho
CadoU started tho holiday with a can
r dy and nut hunt Tho Juniors had
eovoral contests of basket ball and
other games in tho gymnasium. At
tLfeo o'clock tho Intermediates pulled
off a lively game of basket ball and at
(our teams from tho Cooper shop and
Bridgo works contested for honors In
In tho ovening tho business men
cloaned up for the young men In a
gamo of volley ball, winning in both
games, to tho score of 21 to 7 and 21
to 8. Tho young mon will havo to got
a lino on tho gamo if they hope- to
. down theso older stars.
This contest was followed by an ex
ceedingly lively gamo of basket ball
botweon teams from tho Baptist and
Methodist Sunday schools. Tho
Methodists were too much for their
friends and tho score resulted iu their
victory at tho rate of 17 to 28. Tho
bowling alloys and other games were
In constant use during tho cntiro day.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra hold ono
ot their regular practices In tho even
ing which addbd materially to tho
ploasuro of tho ovening.
There will continuo to bo Interest
ing events at tho association each
afternoon and ovening during tho
week. On nest Monday there will be
a special open houso to all men of tho
- community. Tho building will bo at
tho disposal of every man of tho com
munity during tho cntiro day. Tho
full program will be announced later
in tho week,
Tho Young Men's Christian Assocla
' tion 8unday Club has arranged for a
"''eerles of meetings 'during the month
of January that should attract tho at
tention and secure the Interest of ev
ery man In the entlro community.
Sunday, Jan. 1, "Sanitary and Health
Conditions" will be discussed by Dr.
H. W. Blair; January 8th, "An Optl
4 mist's View of 1911," by Herbert W.
Smith; "The School Bdy and Citizen
ship," by Prof. J. S. Alan; on Jan.
15th and on Sunday, Jan. the 22nd,
Judge Geo. W. Coyner will discuss
the topic, "Public Economy." All of
these men are eminently fitted to han
dle the topic announced and the im
portance of tho same cannot be over
sated. There will bo special music
provided for each of theso meetings
and tho hopo is that thcro will bo a
very largo number of men for each
of the meetings.
01 The Orient To Re At Castle Hall On
Tho Grand Prince of 'the Orient will
appear at tho Castle Hall of Timon
Lodge, No. 45, K. ot P., Thursday
evening. Ho will be accompanied by
a gorgeous retinue of gaily bedecked
and bespangled courtiers and will
confer this historic "degree" upon all
candidates who qualify before that
date. Appropriate music will bo fur
nished by "homo talent" and all prin
ces who deslro to "toot" in tho or
chestra should bo there early as tho
"affair" will take place immediately
after tho regular Lodge session.
HANGED THE CLEVER FORGER
Of curious potitlons against tho
death penalty being cnfoiced, ono re
calls tho Eighteenth century enso of
"William Ityland, who was sntencod
for forging a bill for 7114 on tho
East India house. Tho forGery was a
-work of art. No less than 30 signa
tures wore imitated, and at tho trial
not ono of tho victims could swear
that tho slgnaturo was not his own.
However, with tho help of tho paper
manufacturers. Rylanda guilt was
hrought homo. Then came the petition
of his friends. So clover a man ought
never to bo hanged, they pleaded; his
craftsmanship should save him. It
gained him a respite; ho was allowed
to finish a fine ongraving ho had bo
gun, but nothing more. Though tho
engraver was a favorito of Georgo III.,
that king quite failed to see how a
forgery could bo excused on tho ground
that it was a clever forgery. Pall
In Harrison Township Hold Christmas
Christmas exorcises woro hold at
tho Burtnott school in Harrison
school in Harrison ttownship, Dec. 23,
tho following program was rondorcd:
Song, Bring Them In.
Pictures of Memory Hazol Striek
er. Song Song of tho Wind.
Tho Littlo Brown Seed Mary Bo
bout. Song Battle Hymn of tho Repub
lic. Tho Little Celandine Elslo McKce.
Bong Old Black Joo.
Psalm of Llfo Mario Fawcott.
My Papa Ellen Horn.
Tho Littlo Black Cricket Oscar
Song Origin of Yankeo Doodlo.
Looking Out for 8anta Tommy
Twenty Froggles-Dowoy Lybargor.
Song My Sins Arc All Taken
Landing of tho Pilgrim Fathors
Tho Bluo Bird's Song Ellon Horn.
A Truo Christmas Mablo Fawcott
Tho Children Raymond Purdy,
Song Moro About Jesus.
Tho Baby Manford Ashcraft.
Tho Afternoon Nap Ollio McKee.
My Christmas Myrtlo Petry.
Song Tho First Robin.
After tho exercises the presents
Severed In The Palm Of A
Charles Lanagan, losiding on Cos
hocton avenue, mot with an unfort
unate accident while at his homo on
Sunday evening. Mr. Lanagan went
out on tho back porch at about six
o'clock to take some article into the
house when he slipped on tho Icy
boards and fell. In his fall. Mr. Lan
agan threw out his hands in an ef
fort to catch himself but Instead of
that, ho struck the palm of his left
hand against tho sharp point of a nail,
which had been driven through a
board, severing the artery in the palm
of the hand. Tho wound bled pro
fusely for a time. Dr. N. R. Eastmau
was called to render surgical atten
tion. Red Men
Kokosing Tilbe, No. 235, of Gam
bier, has elected tho following officers,
to bo installed the first meeeting night
Sachem Andrew Dudgeon.
Sr. Sagamore Fred Parker.
Jr. Sagamore Alvln Dudgeon.
Prophet David Gorsuch.
Chief of Records Herbert Sheasby.
Collector of Wampum P. Davidson.
Keeper of Wampum B. A. Lauder
baugh. Guard of Wigwam Wm. Huffffinan.
Guard of Forest S. M. Warman.
Trusteo Ira Wolf.
Tho following officers have been
elected by Eros court, No. 5. Tribo of
Past Chief Mr. N. E. Weir.
Chief Mr. C. L. Craner.
Judge Mr. Lee Gilpin.
Teacher Mrs. John Ewing.
Scribe Mrs. Thomas Weir.
Keeper of Tribute Mr. Howard
Captain Mrs. Ira Atwood.
Guard Mrs. Geo. Faddls.
Inner Gatekeeper Miss Ella Mc
Claln. Outer Gatekeeper Mrs. Talmadge.
Trustees Mr. Arthur Mltcholl, Tho
Rov. David A. Francis and Mr. Thom
Installing officer Mr. David Ewing.
Harrison Grango has elected those
Master Charles Bebout
Overseer Pores. Dudgeon. ,. ,,
Lecturer Ell Biggs.
Steward Llnzy Gorsuch.
Assistant Steward LowIb Gaumor,
Chaplain John P. Wolfo.
Treasuor Thomas B. Bobout
Secretary Georgo E. Purdy.
Gato Kooper Henry Fawcott
Cores Florence Biggs.
Flora Berta Hays.
Pomonn Alllo Fawcctt
-, L. A. S. Nellio Gaumer.
I Lodge Elections
Somewhere In A Story About
A Christmas Parole
Being Granted To A Knox
Other Nutcs Of Interest From
The Court House
Tho Mansfield Nowp states that a
Christmas parolo from tho Ohio State
Reformatory was granted Harry Wor
loy, sent up from Knox county for
horso Bteallng. Tho ManBQold papor
states that Worley was received at
tho Institution from Knox county on
November 29, 1907, and thnt tho pris
oner had accrued such a largo num
ber of demerit marks that ho was
not eligiblo for parole under tho ordi
Tho records at tho Knox county
court houso show that no ono by tho
name of Harry Worloy was over sent
to tho Mansfield reformatory from
this county for horso steealing.
Tho Mansfield papor Is badly mixed
up somewhoro in tho story.
Joseph D. Hall, laborer, Plko town
ship, and Maggie M. McCoy, Berlin
township. Rev. C. T. Goodwin.
Everett Sells, farmer, New Castle,
Coshocton county, and Mlna Olive
Dennis, Butler township. Tho Rov.
A. B. Williams.
Louis D. Dennoy, boiler maker,
Bladensburg, and Chllla Richardson,
Silas Fry et al. to Alva J. Strieker
ot al., part lot 2, Zuck, ?277.50.
Simon Dudgeon to Marvin Dud
geon, 7.44 acres in Harrison, ?400.
Chas. W. Tressell to Rosa Brlcker,
part lot 17, Hlbbit's add. to Gann,
Georgo Wolford to John yf. Hoar,
parcel In Monroe, $80.
OUR 5 PER CENT
Certificates of Deposit aro tho Safest
and most Desirable Investments.
The Buckeye 8tatB Building and
Loan Company, Rankin Building, 22
West Gay street, Columbus Ohio.
2. Reserve fund. Not only are our
certificates secured by first mortgages
on Columbus homes worth over sev
enteen million dollars, but also by our
largo and growing reserve fund, pro
vided for by tho laws of Ohio. Our
mortgages on homes, the safest of all
mprtgage loans, and our large reserve
fund affoids absolute protection to our
depositors. Assets over $4,300,000.
The following letters remain un
claimed in the Mt- Vernon postoOlco:
To avoid delay In delivery have
your mall addressed to street and
autnbor, P. O. box or general dollvery.
Advertised Dec. 27, 1910:
Andrcaus, Miss Ella P.
Baughraan, P, P.
Berry, J. C.
Chllders, J. A.
Cochran, J. W.
Dalrymyle, Miss Mary (J.
Fuller, W. E.
Gelst, J. W.
Graham, L. R.
Hyatt, Miss Lizzie
Mason, Mrs. Mablo (Brandon)
Turnoy, Miss Jennio
Upfold, Lawrence It.
Van Pell, Rov. J. R.
Weatrlch, J. H.
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Richard
Wimor, Mrs. Mary
Young, W. R.
SHERIDAN G. DOWD3, P. M.
Nasal Catarrh, an inflammation of
tho dellcato membrane lining tho air
passages, is not cured by any mix
tures taken Into tho stomach. Don't
waste time on them. Take Ely's
Cream Balm through tho nostrils, so
that tho fovored, swollen tissues aro
reached at once. Never mind how long
you havo sufforcd nor how often you
havo been disappointed, wo know
Ely's Cream Balm Is tho romedy you
should use. All druggists, 50c. Mail
ed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street,
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Tho union Chthttnas scrvlco hold
In tho A. C. Church was a grand
Buccosfc, Tho tree was loaded with a
variety of presents and all enjoyed
the recitations of the chlldron. About
350 woro present.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Youst of Bran
don, wbllo driving hero In a buggy,
upset over :n embankment, but no
ono wns seriously hurt,
Mr. and Mrs. Hilt Robertson of Lin
den, O., spent Christmas with Mr.
Robertson's parents horo.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Nowcls of Holmes
villo, 0 aro visiting G. V. McBroom
O. Thatcher and daughter, Ada
Yoakam woro at Columbus last Thurs
day on business.
W. A. Wlntcrmuto had his usual
Christmas family gathering Monday,
as Christmas namo on Sunday,
Elder McClelland ot Frcdericktown
delivered a very interesting courso of
lectures hero last week.
Protracted meeting begins at A. C.
church Wednesday, Doc. 28. Every
body invited to attend. Elder Sweet
v. ill conduct tho services.
Mrs. Su8io Butcher of Mt. Vernon
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cramer of
Orrvllle spent Chri3tmas with R.
Cramer and family.
4 ! ! $ ! 4 4 ! $ 4 $
UNION GROVE $.
v v r v v ! ! ! ! -
Mr. John P. Wolfo and family spent
Sunday with relatives in Buckeyo
Miss Laura Robinson was tho guest
of Miss Glcnna Dudgeon over Chrl3t
mns. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Faucett of Co
lumbus spent Sunday hero with their
Misses Edith and Gladys Hays, and
Neva and Iva Wolfe aro spending tho
week with their grandparents atBuck
Rov. J. M. Helm will begin a scr
ies of meetings nt this place Mon
day evening, January 2.
Harrison Grango will hold an all
day meeting nnd corn show Friday,
Decomber 30th at tho Grango Hall,
Mr. Tllllson Purdy of Columbus
spent Christmas with his brother,
Georgo E. Purdy. .
Mr. Chas. McKee ot O. W. U Dela
ware, is spending his ChrlstmaB vaca
tion with his paronts, Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. Clarence Faucett is visiting
his parents over the holidays.
l MILLWOOD 4-
Tho union Christmas entertainment
hold at tho M. E. church was well at
tended and appreciated.
Mr. David. RIno of Utlca was the
guest of his brother,. Hamilton Rlne,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. VanAtta Is on the sick list
Messrs. David Kirk and Oregon Flko
mado a business trip to Mt. Vernon
School commenced Monday after a
Mrs. Clem Berry of Howard was tho
guest of her father and sister last
Mr. C. D. Mitchell spent Christmas
with relatives at Mt. Varnon.
Messrs. John Ralston and Georgo
Hoovlor of Howard were In Millwood
"The cynic," said Mayor Samuel L.
Shank, at a Republican dinner In In
dlanpolls, " Is no good to I1I3 own or
tho opposite party. Ho spoils and
curdles everything. Your typical cyn
ic is llko tho rann on the trolley car.
"'Did I get your faro?" tho con
ductor said to this man.
"'Well, I gave It to you,' tho cyni
cal fellow sneered; 'but I don't know
whether you or tho company got It.' r'
Now York lrlbune.
NEW JERSEY TEACHERS MEET
Atlantic City, N. J.. Dec. 27 Tho
New Jersey State Teachers' Associa
tion opened its fifty-sixth annual meet
ing in tho High School auditorium to
day and when the president called the
meeting to order, tho largo hall was
crowded with teachers from every part
of tho State. State Superintendent
of Schools Charles J. Baxter and Pro
fessor Paul H. Hanus, ot Harvard
University, dellvored addresses and
tho reports of several committees were
received. The session this ovonlng
will bo devoted to tho memory of those
members who died during tho year
and to an address by Dr. Stephen S,
Wise, of Now York. An interesting
program has been arranged for to
morrow's sessions and tho meeting
will adjourn Thursday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clnronco Borger of
Columbus, Miss Hilda Stnnsflold ot
Akron and Miss Bessie Bartlott of
Mt Vernon woro the guests of Dr.
nnd Mrs. J H. Norrlek of Frederick
town ovor Saturday.
Howard Spllzer To Conduct Shoe
With tho first of the year tho part
nership that has existed during tho
last three years between Messrs. Robt
S. Hull and Howard Spltzcr, shoo
dealers, under tho firm name of Hull
& Spltzcr, will bo terminated, and Mr.
Hull, who is among tho oldest mer
chants In Mt Vernon, will retire from
Tho business of tho firm will bo tak
en over by Mr. 8pltzer who will con
duct It alono in tho room now oc
cupied by tho firm. Prior to forming
tho partnership, Mr. Spitzer conduct
ed a shoo store in this city for about
fourteen years and ho is recognized
as ono of tho most reliable and pro
gressive business men of tho commun
ity. Tho business under Mr. Spltzer's
mangagement will bo operated on a
high piano and ho will aim to con
tinue to merit tho confidence of tho
This year's crop is the biggest ev
er produced in tho United States. Tho
Democrats havo not yet put in a claim
for tho credit of it
i -r iff
During the Remainder of this
Week we give
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$ BIRTHS $
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A son was born Saturday to Mr. and
Mrs. Frcdorlck Stough of West Curtis
Wo aro showing some now
models of theso and we'd bo
pleased to have you como and1
seo them. The Perfection Oil
8tove, you know won't smell.
Flno to havo in a bedroom,
Medium Size, $3.25
Large Size, $4.25
They keep you warm when driv
ing. Priced at
$1.75 and $2.25
Bogardas & Co.
WE8T SIDE PUBLIC 8QUARE
To Our Friends and Patrons:
Thanking you for your liberal patronage during
the year which is drawing to a close, and' soliciting a
continuance of the same for the coming year, when we
will be better prepared than ever to meet your require
ments, we wish you a Happy New Year. i
Young '. ;'',
America Clothing ,'! '";".
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are a nice sugar-coated
tablet easy to take and
effective and contain no
Quinhlo. ,' Sold only at
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