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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1012.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER,
l J I I I I 1 I I 1 I I I4
4- MT. ZION
j j j j j j j j jt
Mm. Isahol HI hurt tipunt Sunday
with Mr. nnd Mm Frank NIchollB of
Miss Miiy Thomas called on MIhi
Aria NIohollH, Thursday,
Mr. Martin Ashcrnft purchased a
lino team of horses ft am Mr. Emory
Davis of Martinsburg laBt week.
Mrs. Lola Thompson and daughter
Iloinietii, Hpent part of last wcok with
hor parontH, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Don
.ihcy of near Galena.
Mrs. Mary Van Winkle Is spending
a few days with hor brother, Mr. Wil
liam Kidd and family of lion Peck.
Mr. and Mrs. Hon Johns of Martlns
burg spont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fardonncr will lecture at
Mt. Zlon, Saturday evening, April 13.
Mr. Clyde Thompson bought tho
Wolrlck farm of Virgil Wolfo last
Mrs. Wardio Hall Ib on tho sick list.
Omaha, Neb., April 11 In the pros
onco of a great gathering of prolatos
and priests from a dozen States and
of tho Catholic laity of tho city and
vicinity tho Itev. P. A. McGovern was
today consecratod bishop of Cheynno,
Wyo., in auccaislon to tho Most Itov.
James J. Keano, who rocently be
came archbishop of Dubuquqo. The
ceremony took place this morning In
St. John's Church. Tho consecrating
prclato was Archbishop Keane. He
was nsBlstcd by Bishop Scanncll of
Omaha and BUhop Oarrlgan of Sioux
City. Bishop Tlhen of Lincoln
preached tho rousccratlou sermon.
Much dopends upon the choice
of pattern and colors of Wall
Paper in the furnishing of the
home. The showing of new Ideas
in papering on Wall Paper screons
at Tho Arnold Store, Mt. Vernon,
O., will give a clear idea of the
now stylos of papors and colors
for each room of the house, and
a visit to that department will ,
help you in selecting suitable pa
pers for an attractive homo.
Of The First Baptist Church
Is Held Wednesday
Reports Ot The . Various
Societies For Year Given
Officers Are Elected And
Committees Are Named
Banquet Follows The Busi
And An Interesting Program
Of Toasts Given
Baptismal Committor Mrs. O Pop
plulcm, Mrs. C. Illochor, MIhh M. Coup.
MlHslonary Committee I). B Orubb,
W. S. Spoelman,
Social Committee Mm. H W.
Smith, Mr. It. N. Sandy, Mrs. W L.
Mclntlre, Mrs. 13. O, Arnold, MIhb Hob
Floral Commltte. Mlns Anna Ilarr,
MIB3 Isabel McFaddon, Mips Cora
At 6 o'clock tho assemblage ad
journed to tho church parlors where
long rows of tabios were beautifully
arranged decorated with carnations,
roses and forns. A delicious thrco
courso supper was served by tho
young ladleB of tho church.
At the conclusion of tho supper a
numbor of addresses were made. Chief
among theso were tho toasts respond
ed to by Professor Williams and Dr.
F. C. Iarlmoro. Dr. Larlmoro spoko
in Hor. nose's place owing to tho ab
sence of tho latter. After the speak
ing, a pleasant social hour concluded
the annual meeting of tho church.
Day Has Been Set By The
Mayor For April IS
Regular price 28c
W. W. COMSTOCK,
119 West High Street
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
B. & O. R. R.
No. 14 7:10a.m.
No. 4 11:30a.m.
No. 16 6:57 p.m.
No. 6 6:36p.m.
No. 7 8:24 a.m.
No. 17 8:57 n.m.
No. 3 2:42p.m.
No. 15 9:43 p.m.
Nos. 16 and 17 dally, except Bun
day. Other trains daily.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R Akron Dlv.
No. 506 1J:41 . m.
"No. 526 9:58 a.m.
No. 522 6:20 a.m.
No. 504 8:35 a. tn.
No. 518 10:65 a. in.
No. 502 12:25 p. m.
No. 508 4:65 p.m.
No. 500 9:27 p.m.
No. 507 2:40 a.m.
No. 501 7:24 a.m.
No. 509 .'.., 8:26 a. in.
No. 603 2:03 p.m.
No. 505 5:65 p.m.
No. 519 C:45p. m.
No. 621 7:10 p.m.
No. 521 (to Mt. Vornoa
only) 1:311 p.m.
Daily except Sunday.
The Boventy-seventh anuual meet
ing of the First Baptist church was
held at the church Wednesday aftor
noou and evening, all of tho sessions
devotional, business and social being
well attended. The meeting through
out was an unusually good one and
demonstrated tho loyalty and Interest
that Is taken In the church by Its
members. Over two hundred were
present throughout the afternoon und
evening. Tho business meeting
brought forth facts to please every
member and friend of the church as
the reports showed a general progress
lveness in noarly every department in
splto of the fact that tho church has
beon without a pastor for a period of
At 3:30 o'clock In the afternoon the
program opened with devotional ser
vices In tho church auditorium led by
Professor C. L. Williams of Granville
who has been ably filling tho pulpit
since tho resignation of Rev. P. E,
Brlnlustool. During tho Borvice Pro
fessor Williams gave a very instruc
tive and interesting address which
was followed by testimonials by var
ious 'members. ' Sovoral hymns' were
sung. At four o ciock, lmmcaiaieiy ioi-
lowing tho devotional service, tho busi
ness meeting was called to order.
Dr. I. S. Workman was choson mod
erator of the business meeting. Tho
minutes ot tho last annual meeting
wero read by Clerk J. H. Masteller and
were approved. Clerk Masteller read
a letter from Rev. C. J. Robe who ox
pressed his sincere regrets at his in
ability to bo present as was expected.
Ho was called to Highland county as
a witness in a law suit. Tho reports
of tho various departments follow:
Tho deacons' report showed a mem
bership In tho church April 1st, 1011,
of 519. Received by baptism during
tho year 21, by lotter 9. Tho church
lost 4 by death, 32 by lotter and 27 by
crasion. Tho membership is now 467.
Trustees' report Cash on hand
March 1st, 1911, ?2.36, amount receiv
ed ?1870.4G, expended ?1870.44. Bal
ance on hand .02.
Missionaries' report Received dur
ing the year ?70G.98, expended $715.78.
Balance on hand $7.20.
Fellowship fund Balance on hand
March 1st, 1911, ?16.91, received dur
ing tho year $15, expended $15.90. Bal
ance on hand $16.01.
Finance committee Total budgot
for tho year $2,111.
The music committee reported new
music and now music cabinet purchas
ed during the year.
Tho missionary committee reported
a small balance in tho treasury.
Women's Foreign Missionary Socie
tyReceived $213.54 during tho year
and expended $205.24. Balance on
Tho BIblo school report showed an
average attendance of 155. Tho fin
ancial roport of this department show
ed $15.20 on hand March 1st, 1911,
$225.94 received during the year and
Tho report of tho Senior B. Y. P. U.
was road 'showing tho work that has
been done by the organization during
Thn ronort of the Junior B. V. P. U.
Bhowed a membership of 30, an avor
ago attendance of 12 with $3.42 In tho
Tho social committee reported that
threo socials have beon given during
tho past year at an oxponso of $13.15.
Tho following ofllcorB were elected
for tho ensuing year:
Doacon J. M. Bedell.
Trustoe E. O. Arnold.
Clerk J. II. Mastellor.
Treasurer C. G. Harris.
Auditor J. McFaddon.
Muslo Committee W. M. Coup.
Finance Committee Kenneth Camp
bell. Cliff Blochor.
Aiivisnrv Committee Mrs. R. S.
Ooodoll, Mrs. Frank Rlggall, J
All Rubbish Will Be Hauled
Away On That Date
Clean-up day nas been set by May
Thursday, April 18th, every yard in
the city Is expected to be cleaned of
leaves and rubbish by the owners or
This movement was begun last
year when a clean-up day was set
but very few peoplo observed It. As
a matter of fact, however, more peo
pie aro Interested this year anl it la
expected that all will enter Into the
spirit of the thing and get busy. It
Is safe to say that no one will care
to have their yard suffer from com
parison with their neighbor's well
Tho city will haul away all broken
glass, crockory, tin cans or any other
non-burnable rjbblsh provided that it
is deposited at the edge of tho street
at tho front of tho premises. Nothing
but trash that will not burn will be
taken care of by tho city.
,'To clean 'your' yard will take only
a short iongfch o.f time and, in most
cases, will Incur no oxponso what
ever. If overy yard can be raked and
cleaned of trash on this day tho
whole aspect of the city will be
changod and the result will be sur
prising. Let everyone make an effort for It
will surely bo time well spent.
At The May Term Of Com
mon Pleas Court
Which Convenes In This
City May 6
Petit Jurors Will Report A
To owners and drivers of automo
biles, we desire to say that wo ex
pect to onforco tho law. Since the
weather has Leeomo warmor wo find
tho law is bo'ng broken daily, and
especially In r.'Kard to tho speed-limit.
There aro a great many people In
Mt. Vernon running automobiles who
aro always careful, and those people
aro appreciated by the police depart
ment and tho mayor. But there aro
a number who seom to havo no re
gard for tho low or tho safety of tho
public nnd to theso wo want this no
tice to be a vtarning.
And further, we "will expect you to
havo your numlwr plates bearing the
date of 1912.
Also comply with the law In regard
to lights, and especially tho rear
numbor plato so that the numbor may
be readily seen.
A. A. PERRINE,
Is The Report Of Death Of
London, April 11 A Reutcr dis
patch from Madrid says that the pa
pal nuncio received there this after
noon announced the death of Pope
The report reached several news
papers and nws agencies almost
simultaneously It came as a vague
rumor and all efforts to get confirm
ation were unavailing. Following tho
first reports, there was a lull In the
cable service from Rome, which sug
gested that the wires may have been
II. I seized oy the censor.
Lota Dooley Sues Frank
Dooley For Divorce
Other Items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Tho names of tho persons to servo
as grand Jurors and petit Jurore for
tho May term of common pleas court
woro drawn from the wheel by Clerk
of Courts Hayes and Sheriff Parker
on Thursday morning.
The merabeir, of the grand jury will
roport on AH' 0, and the members
of the petit jury on May 13
Hugh Green Harrison
John O. Harris Howard
A. J. Blount Clay.
Sidney Bell Morgan
F. O Youngblood Liberty
James Davia Mllford.
O. Popploton Third Ward.
S. E. Wlllyerd Clinton.
Scott Carapbf-11 Butler.
Henry Hall Pleasant
Channlng llteo Brown
Jacog Crawford Mlddlebury.
Thomas Scolcs Union.
John Brown Wayno.
F. S. Bradfteld Union.
Hugh Danlols Plko.
J. M. "Blocher 2nd. Ward.
William St30l Morris.
Jnret lt-jjind, Wurf . ,, , ..rrv
Oliver Ashcnft Clay., ,t
Elmer Brown Pleasant.
Jerome Brlcker Liberty.
O. M Thatcner Hllliar.
C. L V. Wolfe- Harrison.
Edward Wynekoop Clinton
Chas. F. Hall Miller.
Lincoln Hibbitts Union.
Joseph Mori-jn 1st Ward
Wm. Reeder- Morris.
Harry Cassoll Wayno.
Edward Fredericks Middlebury
Edward Bell Hllliar.
Harker Lybarger 1st. Ward
Samuel Green 2nd Ward.
Action For Divorce
A suit for divorce has been com
nvjnced in the court of common pleas
of Knox county by Lota M. Dooley
against Frank Dooley. The plaintiff
states they wre married on March
25, 1911, and that no children wero
born to them. She chnrges tho de
fendant with cruelty and gross-neglect.
She stales that he is a glass
blower by trade and Is oraployed at
the Camp GIas3 plant. Tho plaintiff
asks for a divorce and an injunction
restraining tho defendant from inter
fering with the plaintiff In her rights
also restraining tho defendant from
disposing of his proporty and mon
ey which ho has coming from tho fac
tory where ha is employed. A tem
porary restraining order as boon al
lowed by Pobato Judge Berry. L. C.
Stlllwell Is tho attorney for the plain
First and Final , ,
H. H. Groer, oxecutor of Fredorlck
D. Sturges, has filed a first and final
account in probate, showing tho fol
lowing: Rjcelved $27,892.50, paid
out $27,911.25, duo exocutor $19.25.
R. P. Dial to Delia Durbln, lots in
F. V. Owen to C. G. Brown, 6 acres
In Clinton, $1.
Emily Hupp to K. C. Palmer, par
col in Ilillinr, ,?50.
P. J. Parke', sheriff, to Lloyd Shlra,
140 acres In Pike, $0,300.
Tho Board of TitisteflS of tho M. E.
church to Homer C. Smith, lot in Con
Homor C. Smith to S. W. Sllllman,
parcel In Centerhurg, $1.
E. J. Cnmpnell to M. J. Clutter,
parcel In Morsan, ,$1.
President Waid, of tho Boston
THE large reliable carpet store of Mt. Vernon,
J and no one disputes it. The fact is evident
enough. The large line of rich attractive patterns in
all good grades and makes of carpet. The excellent
lines of room-size, as well as small rugs, including the
best at the price Axminster room-size rugs at
$15.00 to $25.00
in the city. The workmanship on carpets in our store
and the moderateness of price, are features that con
vince. Phone us to measure your rooms, have your
carpet delivered when you're ready to put it down.
Concert Party To Give En
tertainment In City
The Knight? of Columbus have
boen fortunate in securing the Cafar
elll Concert Party to give an enter
tainment in 11:1b city on Wednesday
evening, April 24. The entertain
ment will bo given in their hall and
promises to be a rare treat for the
public. This company is juBt finish
ing a transcontinental tour, which ex
tended from South Carolina to Ore
gon. The company is composed of
Professor Cafarolll and his two
daughters, who play the harp, violin,
piano, bells, read and sing They
are versatile and thorough artists
and give the highest satisfaction
MT. VERNON BOY
Is President Of The Beta Theta PI
Expert Caterers to the Housekeeping Needs.
Here your spring needs can be supplied by
buyers and salespeople who are expert." You get
the advantage of the lowest prices secured by
quantity buying and the best goods that can be
bought by buyers who KNOW THEIR BUSI-
WJSoo. t m i i i in i
Members of the Beta Theta Pi fra
ternity, representing moro than a doz
en colleges In Ohio, West Virginia,
and Kentucky, will hold their third
biennial reunion April 19 and 20 at
tho Hartman Hotel in Columbus
Tho reunion promises to be one of
tho largest college fraternity gather
ings recently hold in ohlo A ban
quet will conclude the two days' pro
gram. Henry G. Beam of Mt. Vernon
is preBlderil. Charles D. SecrlBt of
Kenyon, vice president, and Prof.
Wm. L. Graves of Ohio State Univer
sity is tho dlstvict chlaf.
Stationaiy arid Adjustable Pins, 75c to $1.98
Step Ladders, 50c to $1.25.
Folding Go-Carts, $1.50 to'$1.98.
Collapsible Go-Carts, $4.98 and $6.00.
Paint Brushes, 5c to $1.00.
Spading Forks, 50c and 75c.
Garden Hoes, 15c and up.
Garden Rakes, 25c and up.
Braras, says he would not trado Vln
Campbell for Ty Cobb, and that in
Miller, Campbell and Jackson ho has
tho greatest outfield In tho country.
Pittsburgh, April 11 William Tar
rls, an inspector of thfl Pittsburg
Railway Co., died in a hospital to
day from Injuries received yestorday
while ho was i-xamintng the track In
Etna, a suburb Ho had stooped over
when a man whose Identity has not
been learned slipped up from behind
and drew a rcrnr across his throat.
Tarris, although badly wounded,
ran after ins assailant nnu cnaseu
him through tao streets until he foil
from loss of blood.
Tho crimo Is believed by the police
to have boon tho vengeance of tho
black hand, Tairls having rocolvod a
number of letters recontly threaten
ing his life.
Mnnager Wolvorton, of the High
landers, figuro3 that his pitching staff
will ho able to put tho art of fence
busting out of business thlB season.
Bissell Carpet Sweepers, $2.19 and $2.50.
Electric Wall Paper Cleaner, 2 for 15c.
Moth Balls, 5c per pound.
Lawn Grass Seed, 10c Pkg.
"Shino" Dust Mops, 39c.
1 ' Shino ' ' Dust Cloths, 19c.
"Shino" Mitten Dusters, 35c.
AGENCY FOR STANDARD PATTERNS
Aerial Mail Trip In America
Baton Rouge, La., April 11 Mak
ing tho trip in one hour and thirty
ralnutOB througn clouds, rain and ad-
verso winds, Aviator Mistach, In the
Borel monoplane, made tho first atr
ial mall delivery botween two cities
In tho United States.
He left New Orleans at 4:13 and.
arrived in BaLon Rouge at 5:44, th
fastest time over made between two
cities by one hour.
In landing 'ho aviator narrowly es
caped 'cath, and as it was, smashed:
his machine, cut himself badly In
the face and legs, and will not no,
able to mako the return trip for says
.Mlfc W. Ltarirt,l''UiVJBtv Ijjj. a.