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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1911.
GOO'S WRATH ALIKE
TO ALL SINNERS
nitiM IllSt RR S MfiTfifl Hill
PASTOR RUSSELL EN ROUTE,
JPattor Rustell Declares That Mani
festations of Divine Displeasure Are
Evtrywhere About Us Since tho
Fall of Adam Death Has Been the
Penalty of Sin Eternal Life Is Only
For Those Who Obey the Heavenly
Los Angeles, De
here today. Ono
of his discourses,
on "Tho Wrath of
of God," was very
what some of his
Many of his great
a of the truth of his position.
The committee of seven (Including
Pastor Russell) appointed by the Inter
national Bible Students Association
Ho investigate and report on missions
ito foreign lands, have reached here.
JPastor Russell is the chairman of
the Committee, which is to sail from
&n Francisco Wednesday next. Great
interest is being manifested every
where in this Committee and the
bonest report respecting foreign mis
sions which its personnel guarantees.
Steports from the missions have been
tte conflicting' that tho missionary
lands have considerably fallen off, and
those who give their dimes, as well as
those who give thousands, nro awaiting
the report with keen interest hoping,
'r course, it may bo every way favor
able, yet pcrhupB fearing a little the
Teverse of this. Next to tho Pastor in
promlnenco on tho Committee is Gen
eral Hall, U. 8. A. Resides, there nro
three merchants, ono 'doctor, and Prof.
A Revolutionary Proposition.
His texts were, "Tho wrath of God
la revealed from honcn against all
unrighteousness;" "for all unrighteous
ness is Hln," (Romans I, 18; 1 .lohn v,
.17.) When the Pastor pointed out
that his texts declare n pteacnt reve
lation of Divine wrath and not n
future onei his uudlence "sat up nnd
toot notice." Tho wrath of God is
revealed, tho Pastor cmphnslzcd, and
v see it nil about us. livery come-
fcery witnesses to it, so does every cof
j 'fin, every hearse, every pleco of crepe,
i every doctor's sign. Pain, suffering,
fspeakft of disease; disease of decay;
ttfecay of death working In the liunmu
irolnlly und bringing all. ilch and poor,
(bond and free, to tho grave, the great
htrlson house, from which nono can cs-
' (tape until t'llo resurrection, at tho com-
$bft of Messiah.
I -Death, the-'liemtlty of sin, tho ronnl
( -Testation of God's wrath ngulnst sin,
began to lie revealed six thousand
iyeorn ngo when our llrst parents dis
obeyed the DlvJno commaud. ICvory
Say aud every hour since, tho world
ifcna been wltnvjidng that God's wrath
da analiiHt it, that tho death penalty is
'bring Indicted,, Ah tho Scriptures do
'Clare, the world has been under a
I -Scum of Sin and Death. However
Isytapathetlc nnd loving tho Heavenly
V I iPi,t1ii.r litifi Item lift linn illlmvofl
klern Justice to mete out this nenaltv
kcalnst every member of our race, no
tithe exceeding sinfulness of sin Its
pernicious. Injurious Influence nnd re-
1 -traits under Divine I.mv. He wishes
this lesson to be ho thoroughly Im
jiressed upon our ntco that when In
'line time Ho shall' brlnfc In relief wo
l -will never forget tho lesson, lo nil
!' eternity, but. will luito sin and dread
it as our worst foe.
We may understand tho Apostle to
lay special emphasis upon the word
air In our text "Tho wrath of God
is raven led against (ill unrighteous
ness" uot merely agulust great sins
tnd gross violence, but against every
"form of sin even the slightest., Thus
the Scriptures declnro that God's Law
3s -one, und that a violation of It in
one polut menus tho violation of tho
tntlre Law. To break ono command
"would ho sin nnd merit the death pen
slty; aud to break nil tho command
ments would bo sin and merit tho
death penalty, Internal llfo is provid
ed only for those who nro perfect and
Who maintain that perfection aud har
mony with God by full obedience to
the, Dl vino I,aw iu every particular.
Do not misunderstand mo to tench
that It makes no mutter whether ono
fee a gross sinner or only a minor of
tender. In ono way It will mnttor, nnd
hla another way It vlll not. Adam's
transgression was, In somo respects, n
ailnor one, as compared to that of his
xn Cain. Adam stole and uto a for
bidden apple, aud the penalty was
death tho very strongest penalty of
God's Ijiw. If ho had murdered his
wife tho penally would have been tho
same death -not eternal torment.
i Whatoer Adam's transgression, Dl
'Tine Law would liavo hindered him
jlrom ever ngalu entiling buck to God.
'it, "would imvo cut him off from over
blasting llfo, nnd he Mould liuvu need
"f a Savior, Just tho same for ono sin
,sb for another. Murder would Imvo
tfceen sin, nnd tho disobedient eating of
' npplo was sin, und sin caunot bo
:gscJoned by tho Dlvlno Law. It re-
quired a Redeemer, and to tic the Re
deemer Ho must suffer death, tho pen
nlty that was against Father Adam.
Now notice the case of Cain. He
was shnpen in iniquity; in sin Old Ills
mother conceive him: the condeinna-
tlon upon our first parents extended to
him; he was born with n fallen nn-
ture. he was born under tho death
sentence. Tho killing of His brotner
Abel did not increase tho penalty,
which stood the same death cutting
off from life. "The wages of sin Is
death": "The soul that slnnoth it shall
Retribution Sowing and Reaping.
There would have been no Message
sent to mnnkind exhorting to right
eousness nnd to turn from sin had
God not intended to redeem man by
tho death of His Son; and redeeming
them means to give ench and all of
the humnn family nnother opportuni
ty, nnother trial, another Judgment
to test their worthiness or unwortht
ness of everlasting life to prove to
whnt extent their acquaintance with
sin nnd its penalty has taught them
the great lesson respecting tho sinful
ness and undcslrablllty of sin nnd tho
sureness of Its penalty death.
Accordingly, for four thousand
years God sent no Message to tho
world in general until Jesus camo
and died, the Just for tho unjust, anil
thus mado posslblo the release of
mankind from the death sentence a
resurrection from tho dead. The only
exception to this rule was God's Cove
nant with Israel, under which they
tried to gain eternal llfo by keeping
tho Law, and became a grent exam
plo of tho fallen mnn's Inability and
of tho need of the Savior.
Light Shlned In Darkness.
For more than eighteen centuries
this Messago has been going forth
namely, that God has provided for the
race n redemption from tho original
death sentence, and that there Is to
bo a "resurrection of tho dead, both
of the Just and tho unjust" All man
kind who hear this Message nro there
by warned that every net of tho pres
ent life will havo its weight, cither
in tho uplifting or in tho degrading of
his own character, nnd thus hnvo n
hearing upon his future interests. It
Is In view of this future opportunity for
llfo or death cvcrlastlng'thnt our con
duct in tho present timo has a hearing.
Those who havo tho hearing car and
tho eyes of understanding opened, dis
cern, an tho Apostlo says, that in God's
estimation ull unrighteousness Is sin
however grent or small. Tlioso who
now accept God's Invitation nro in
formed thnt if they mnko n consecra
tion of their lives to follow In Jesus'
footsteps, God will deal with them as
with now creatures, nnd no longer
Impute to them their share of Adnm's
condemnation, but trent them as hav
ing pnsscd from death condemnation
to llfo Justification.
Moreover,, their, flesh will be reck
oned as dead; full arrangements will
bo made for the covering over of all
their unintentional weaknesses, and
their Judgment In God's Bight will bo
nccordlng to their will or Intention. If
their Intentions nre perfect they will
bo counted ns perfect through tho
merit of their Redeemer and Advo
cate. Rut St. Paul admonishes tho
Church, saying, "If wo sin wilfully,
after thnt wo havo received a knowl
edge of tho truth," "nnd have tasted
of tho good Word of God and tho
powers of tho Ago to como and hnvo
been mado partakers of tho noly
Spirit, It is Impossible to renew us
again to repentnuco" icilfiilncM In
tho matter would senl our enso, how
ever small the transgression Just as
It scaled Adam's fate with his minor
Rut let us not forget that the Apos
tlo limits this possibility of sin tho
sin unto death to tho Church to tho
Spirit begotten ones. These, receiving
their share of tho great Atonement
sacrifice of Jesus, nnd fnlltng to con
form to tho Dlvlno requirement, como
under the Dlvlno penalty a second
time, nnd theirs will bo the Second
Death, from which thero will bo no
lesnrrectlon, no recovery. Compare
Hebrews vl, -1-0 nnd x, 20-31.
Coming Events Cast Shadows Before.
It should bo clear to us then thnt, in
harmony with our text, tho whole
world is now under tho wrath of God,
which camo upon tho nice through tho
disobedience of our llrst parents; nnd
tho only ones who Imvo csenped from
that wrath und gotten buck Into har
mony with God nro tho saintly few, be
gotten of tho Holy Spirit. Tho escape
of theso from Dlvlno wrath or tho
death sentcuco Is not actual, but by
faith. They reckon themselves ns hav
ing passed "from death unto life."
Ah for tho remainder of tho world,
they nro not thus reckoned, for they
nro yet In their sins, still children of
wrath aud experiencing tho penally of
sin. Tho world will continue under
these conditions until tho completion
of the election of tho Church, and then
tho Redeemer, who now occupies tho
position of Advocuto toward tho
Church, will usBumo u now Olllee; lie.
with Ills Church associated with Him,
will becomo the great Medlulor bo
Iwecn God nnd men. Uu will mediate
for Israel und for all tliu families of
tho earth appropriating the merit of
His Bacrlflco for the sins of tho wholo
world, oven us In tho beginning of this
Ago Ho imputed this merit to tho
Church for the covering of her sins.
Thenceforth, as soon as the great
High Priest shnll huvo sealed that New
Covenant for the world, aud the Fath
er shall hnvu accepted It, tho sins of
tho world will ho cancelled. That Is
to say, death, tho wrath of God re
vealed agali ht nil unrighteousness for
six thousand yeais. will Immediately
bo cnnecllod us respects nil who will
then avail themselves of the prlvllego
nnd enter Into tho New Coenant re
lationship. Tho glorious Mediator of
that Now Covenant will bind Satan tor
a thououud years uud scatter all tho
Utnornnco and superstition wulch now
darken tho human mind and causo
misnppiehenMntiN of the Dlvlno Word
nnd character. Simultaneously Ho will
let louse the blessed Influences of truth
nnd enlightenment and the "wholo
earth shnll be nlled with the ngut or
the knowledge of tho glory of God."
Thenceforth the wrath of God will
no longer be rovenled against any on
account of Adam's transgression. It
will no longer be necessary to bo sick
or In pain, or dylns. On tho tontiary.
all may bo making good, rupid prog
ress up. up. up out of weakness and
dying conditions, back toward the full
peifectlon of humnn nuture which
Adam lind before ho sinned, when ho
was in the image of his Creator.
There will still bo tho marks of tho
wrath upon mnnkind, the weakness
nnd Imperfections of the human flesh.
These marks will not bo fully blotted
out until toward the close of tho thou
sand j ears of Messiah's reign. This
ngrces fully with St. Peter's words,
"That your sins may be blotted out
when times of refreshing shall como
from the presence of the Lord." (Acts
ill, 10.) It is thcrcforo one thing to
have our sins forgiven und to realize
that God is no longer angry with us
but reconciled, and It is quite another
thing to know our sins are blotted out
Tho sins of tho Church are forgiven
tho moment wo aro accepted of God
through Christ and made partakers of
tho Holy Spirit and aro styled chil
dren of God and heirs. Rut the
marks, the blemishes of sin, continue
with us ns long as wo have our pres
ent, imperfect bodies. This to the
Church will mean that tho blotting
out of their sins will be in death, bc
cnuso tho Church will bo awakened in
tho resurrection perfect, "spotless,"
"without blame," "irrcprovable." Tho
Apostlo describes this resurrection as
the Chief Resurrection, saying. "It Is
sown in weakness, it is raised in pow
er; it Is sown an animal body, it is
raised n spiritual body." I Corinthians
xv, 44; ReT. xx, 0.
"The Wrath to Come."
If we havo seen whnt has constitut
ed tho Dlvlno wrath as it has been re
vealed for six thousand years, we wlli
be the better prepared to understand
what to look for in respect to any
future manifestations of Divine wrath
"wrath to come." Wo nre to clearly
distinguish between tho wrath of a
good man nnd the wrath of a bad
man, nnd how these would manifest
themselves; nnd, similarly, we should
be able to discern between the wrath
of God nnd tho wrath of the devil.
The wrath of God, as exhibited to us
for six thousand years on the pages
of history, has been n Just dealing
tho abandonment to destruction of
those who nro not worthy of everlast
ing life, by reason of disobedience to
The redemption accomplished for
these through the death of Jesus will
eventually be gloriously worked out,
and give to every man n full oppor
tunity of recovery, hnrmony with God
nnd everlasting llfo. Tho reason why
God makes this prpvlslon for redemp.
tlon is because only ono mau sinned,
wilfully and Intelligently. Ah the r
mnlnder of his children were "boru hi
sin" nnd under the death senteuce.
The redemption therefore !b in order
that every individual may have an
opportunity for reaching n decision as
to obedience or disobedience.
Tho lesson of sin nnd death is taught
first, in tho fow yoars of the preset
life, and tho marks of sin will go
over till the next Age. Those marks
will ho deepened iu proportion as any
In tho present life live uolow th
plane of their knowledge of tho Di
vine standard and la wilful opposition
theiefo. While being Instructed re
specting tho othor side of the ques
tionthe Dlvlno requirements nnd tho
blessings attending them, mnnkind will
bo given nn individual trial or test, to
demonstrate whether tho great lesson
has been rightly learned Tho willing
nnd obedient will get the ruwnrd of
eternal llfo, the unwilling und disobe
dient will receive tho llnnl prnalty. the
Second Death. It will bo final in that
God will mnko no provision for rescue
from that Second Death. It will bo
"everlasting destruction." HThess.1,0.
As tjio wrnth of tho present tlino Is
tho Dlvlno death sentence upon tho
race, so "tho wrath to come" will bo
tho "second death" sentence, which
will full upon all who sin wilfully,
nfter they hnvo como to a knowledge
of the truth. With this "wrath to
come." In this coniploto sense, may
bo Included inferior manifestations of
Divine wrath; for Instance, such us
came upon tho Jews In tho end of
their Ago destroying them us n na
tion and such ns Is to come upon
Chilsteudom In tho und of this Age.
Roth of theso nro styled "days of
wrath," "days of vengeance." Tho Dl
vlno vengeance which overthrew tho
Jewish polity took cognizance of tho
fact that as a nation they had en
joyed gieat prl lieges for centuries.
It took note or the fact that they
hnd not lhed up to their light und
privileges nnd were therefore deserv
ing of u corresponding national chas
tisement, which wns administered to
them. Of that time our Lord declares,
"Theso bo the days of vengeance, that
nil things written in the Law nnd In
the Prophets concerning them should
bo fulfilled." Justlco owed them tlioso
experiences, and tho account has been
In tho end of this Ago the "wrath"
will come upon Christendom, liconuso
ChrlMoudon. in general has not np
pieelated and used, us It might havo
done, the wonderful privileges, bless
lugs und enlightenments showered
upon her. rlho bus tho more responsi
bility bcenusu of her great light nml
privileges, nnd so much the more will
bo the claim of Dlvlno Justice against
her. which will be settled In tho grent
"time of trouble" with which this Ago
Will cud. OJuulul xJl, 1.)
Burned By Gas flame Was
Mrs. John L, Hammond
Millwood, Q, Dec. 0 Mrs. John L.
Hammond residing at this place was
very painfully burned by a small gas
explosion which occurred at tho homo
of her daughter, Mrs. D, F, Hammond,
A small child, has tampered with tho
shut-off key, which is connected with
tho oven In j,he cook stove and had
turned tho go,s off and then on again,
allowing a quantity of It to cscapo in
tho oven. In somo manner tho light
er at tho entrance of tho oven was
ignited during tho tampering of tho
child and was noticed by Mrs. Ham
mond. Sho opened tho oven door to
Investigate and the escaped gas rushed
out and camo in contact with tho
flames issuing from the lighter. An
explosion follpwed and sho was vory
badly burned about tho face and arms.
Surgical attention was Immediately
lendorcd. Theburns nre not serious.
Secretaries of lodges and societies
are requeofed to write out and send
or telephone to the Banner all elec
tions of officers.
Royal Arch Masons
At a regular meeting of Clinton
Chapter, No.( 2G, Royal Arch Masons,
hold Frldny evening tho following of
ficers were elected for tho ensuing
High Priest Jed S. Montis.
King Leonard B. Ilnwllnson.
Scribe Gnjl O, Cooksey.
Captain of the Host Russell J. Ash.
Principal' sojourner L. Tato Crom
Royol Arch Captain Charles R.
Treasurer- Willlnm ' Welshymer.
Secretary Samuel H. Peterman.
Master of the Third Vail James W.
Mnster of( Second Vail William
Master of the First Vail Clell N.
Guard Chnrlcs P. Gregory.
Trustees It. M. Greer, I. M. Wol
vorton, L. T. Cromloy.
Standing Committee Georgo E.
Reenoy, Ilanner M. Allen, Russell J.
H. B. Curtis Lodge
H. R, Curtis lodge, No. 2767 has
elected tho following officers:
W. C Albert Roy.
W. T. H. B, Thomas.
P. S. S. J. Simmons.
B. S. Fred White
Advocnto J. L. Richardson.
N. G. H. F. McGco.
V G. W. E. Nowsom
Waiden S. P. Pnyne.
I. G. Thomas Payne.
P. N. G. H. Cann.
N. F. Jesse Tumor.
P. N. F. J. F, Turner.
R. S. to N. G. H. Judy.
L. S. to N. G. H. Rouso.
R. S. to V. a. Dana Jones.
L. S. to V. O. Guy Rouso.
Trustees Jesso Turnor, J. L. Rook
er, James Roddix.
Auditing Committee J. L. Richard
son, A, II. Simmons, H. C. Curry.
Tho following olllcers wero elected
for tho' ensuing year at tho regular
mooting of KokOBlng Encampment No.
38 I. O. O. F. on Friday evening.
Chief Patriarch M. D. Rico.
Senior Warden C. G. Harris.
High Priest S. A. Green.
Junior Warden M. Ashburn.
Scrlbo J. C. Hunt.
Tronsuror F. J. Ronnett.
Trustee F. C. McBlroy to succeed
William Hough who hnB sorved ns
trustoo for slxtoon consociltlvo years.
Injury Sustained By A Glass
Jnmoa RIloy, n glass cuttoromployed
nt tho Camp Glass factory, sustnlnod
a vory sovoro injury wlillo nt work
Friday afternoon. Ho wns handling
a largo sheot of glass when It broke
In his hands, n sharp frngmont strik
ing him on tho loft wrlBt. A doop gash
was Inlllctcd nnd nn nrtory nnd ten
don sovorod. Ab soon as posslblo n
surgeon was summonod In nttondnnco
and tho wound was dressed. Mr. Rll
oy suffered couBldornhly from loss of
I Lodge Elections (
For Mr. and Mrs. Kirk
A banquet nnd reception was given
by tho Junior class of tho Mt. Vernon
high school for Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Kirk at tho K. of P. armory on Friday
evening. Mr. Kirk, who Is a member
of tho high school faculty, was recent
ly married and It was because of this
fact that the banquet and reception
was given. About eighty five were
present during tho evening, tho facul
ty, the Sophomore class and a number
of persons outside of the school being
The affair was u most delightful one,
it being the first event of. Its kind giv
en this year by uny of tho high school
classes. The Armory wns very pret
tily decorated for tho occasion with
pennants, class colors nnd plants. Tho
loitowing very interesting program
followed the banquet at which Mr.
Charles West, president of tho Junior
class, acted as toastmaster:
Address of welcomo-rMr. Charles
Opening selection Orchestra.
Poom Mr. Henry Arnold.
Piano selection Mr. Walter Wood.
Address for tho Sophomore class
Mr. Allen Sapp.
Phil-harmonic selection Miss Gert
rude Fleming, Mr. Walter Wood and
Mr. Harold Ahrendt.
Address Mr. C. R. Miller.
Humoresque Mr. Sturges Slgler.
AddrcBS Mr. Ray H. Kinney.
Duet Miss Murgaret Ream and
Miss Elizabeth Owen.
Solo Mr. Fred Huntsborger.
Address Mr. J. J. Kirk.
Presentation of sllverwnre to Mr.
and Mrs. Kirk by Mr. Hoy Russell.
Tho silverware was a present to Mr.
and Mrs. Kirk by both Junior and
At tho close of tho program which
wns thoroughly enjoyed by all present,
a social hour was spent nfter which
tho floor was cleared and n dance was
given, tho music for which being rend
ered In an excellent manner by the
high school orchestra composed of
The event was a most decided sue
c.eBa and ,vejit a long wnys to,.InsUll
glilrjt and'ood feeling' unons W
studonts of tho school especially In
the Junior and Sophomoro classes.
Tho Senior claBS of tho Mt. Vernon
high school was delightfully ' onter
tnlued at the home of Miss Marie
Shlreman on North Main street Friday
evening. About thirty woro present
during tho ovonlng which wnB spent
In a vory pleasant manner. Several
membors of tho faculty woro present
to enjoy the music and games which
wero enjoyed throughout tho evening.
In tho guessing contests Miss Mcin
tosh and Mr. Roy Lonoy won prizes.
Rofrcshmonts wcro sorved.
Four of tho ndult classes of tho M.
B. Sunday school held u banquet in
f THE one important thing in giving Christmas
J presents to a man old or young is to give J
portant thing in giving to anybody.
Just come in here soon and look over a store-full of things
that he'd like to have without asking him any questions,
Suits and Overcoats $8 and upwards
Hart Schaffner Sp Marx Clothes
Suit or Overcoat $18 to $30
Just come in here
have without asking him
Smoking Jackets, House Coats,
Bath Robes, Mufflers, Gloves, Sweat
ers, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Pajam
as, Neckwear, Fancy Suspenders,
Shirts, Cuff Links, Hats, Fur and
Cloth Caps, Scarf Pins, Umbrellas,
We'll show you a lot of
YOUNG AMERICA clothing house :
Corner Main and Vine Sts. I. ROSENTHALL,
tho church parlors on Fridny evening.
Resides tho four classes of tho Sunday
school, tho officers, tho teachers and
tho olllclal hoard wero present during
tho evening which was spent in a
most pleasant manner.
An nddreBS was given by n member
of ench class, their topic being on Sun
day school work and Its progress and
success. Music was furnished during
the evening by a quartette. Over
three hundred wero presnet. Refresh
ments wero served.
In honor of his seventeenth birthday
anniversary, Mr. Roger Servals, lesld-
lng nt tho Cor, of Cherry street and
Rldgewood avenue was tendered a
most pleasant surprise by about fif
teen of his friends on Friday oven
lng. The guests spent a most pleas
ant evening and refreshments were
served, Mr. Servals received many
presents from the guestB.
Invitations have been issued by Mt.
Vernon lodge, No. 140, D. P. O. Elks
for the formal opening of their newly
remodeled and refurnished homo on
Tuesday evening, December 12. Danc
ing, cords, refreshments.
Society Elects Officers On
The regular monthly meeting of the
Knox County Medical Society was
held nt tho Y. M. C. A. building on
Friday afternoon with a good attend
ance. The meetinog was very interest
ing and instructive, tho following pa
pers being read:
Prognosis In Lobar Pneumonia Dr.
N. R. Eastman.
Treatment of Rroncho Pneumonia
Dr. V. L. Fisher.
Diagnosis and Trentmont of Pluorlsy
with Effusion Dr. S. O. Gantt
Clinical Significance of Hemoptysis
Dr. 8. A, Douglass.
The following olllcers wero elected
for tho association for the ensuing
President Dr. James F. Lee.
tti ..''ji- t -
Secretary Dr. E. V. Ackerman of
Treasurer Dr. J. H. Norrick of
Censor Dr. C. K. Conard.
Constable Milton Slmpkins went to
Centerburg Saturday morning where
ho was called on official business.
Mrs. Leonard Dunn of Rlndensburg
is spending several days with Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Tish, who reside on the
Sychnr road Just north or tbe city.
Not to Loco Pensions.
Now York, Doc. 9. It was an
nounced thnt the 72,000 employes of
the Standard Oil will not loso their
pension system by the dissolution of
the trust. Each subsidiary company
will carry on the pension system
originally adopted by tho parent
really want's? that's
soon and look over a store-full
nice things that we can't take
OPEN JUVJUWlJNlirS UJNTIIj
Mr. J. L. Rrennen of New York City
wub a business visitor In Mt. Vernon
Mr. It. C. Anderson left Friday uftor
noon for Cleveland whero he was cnll
ed on business.
' An lnformnl dnnco wil bo given
this evening at Rosso hnli In Gambler
by tho Junior clnss of Kenyou College.
Hon. W. M. Koons and Mr. Robert
Cnrr spent Saturday in Columbus tak
Mr. C. C. Jackson of Lock went to
Mansfield Saturday morning to nttond
the Mansfield Dog and Poultry show.
Tho Mis3es Mary and Gertrude
Gregg of Sparta went to Centerburg
Saturday morning to spend the day
Mrs. H. A. Shook of Danville wont
to Medina county Saturdny morning
to make a several days' visit with
Dr. J. C. Wlnterrlngcr and son, Rol
lln, of Buckeye City visited at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hess of
West High street FSriday.
Rev. Roy Cochran of -Howard will
begin a series of protracted meetings
nt tho Howard M. E. church on Sun
day evening. The meetings will con
tinue for a period of two weeks.
Miss Emma Church returned to her
home near Gambler Saturday after
noon after a several days' visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Workman
of North Catherine street.
Mrs. Chns. Condon went to Drink
Haven Thursday to vlst her husband,
who is ill at that place.
Miss Mae Hlack of Brink Haven
spent Saturday in Mt. Vernon visit
ing with friends.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
B. 3. O. R. R
East No. 14 7:10 a. m.
No. 4 11:30 a'm;
No. 1C C:57 p. m.
No. 8 6:36 p. m.
No. 7 8:24 a. xn.
No. 17 . 8:57 . m.
No. 3 .' 2:42 p. m.
No. 15 0:43 p. m.
Nos. 16 and 17 daily, except Sun
day. Other traias dally. t
C, A, & C.:R. R.
No, 606 12:41 a. m.
No. 526 0;58 a. m,
No. 522 6:20 a. m.
No 604 8:35 . m.
No. 518 10:55 . m.
"No. 602. ..'. 12:25 p. m.
No. 508.: 4:D0 p. m.
No. 500 9:27 p. m.
No. 507 2:40 a. m.
No, 601. 7:24 a. m.
No. 609: 8:26 a, m.
No. 503 2:03 p. m.
No. 505 5:55 p. m.
o. 519 6:46 p. m.
No. 621.. 7:10 p. to.
No. 623 (to Mt; Vernon
only) 1:30 p. m.
Dally except Sudy.
really the im-
of things that he'd like to
Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Trunks, Fan
cy and Full Dress Vests, Single
Trousers, Raincoats. Nothing is bet
ter than a gift of clothing for man or
boy. Ours is right in Style, Quality
room here to tell about.
Prop. Mt. Vernon. Ohic