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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FniDAY, APRIL 7, 1916
.Df The Baptist Church Post
poned Until Later
M Portion Will Be Used For
(Reported by the ftuitor)
At the- morning service in the- Bap
tist church on last Sunday a special
business session was held to consider
the advisability oC readjusting or post
poning the- annual meeting and other
engagements previously arranged for.
The building committee has mado a
vigorous effort to get tho building
ready for the meetings as arrnnged for
In' nild-wlnter. But industrial condi
tions in factories from which material
must como and other difficulties which
the committee- could not control nor
foresee made tho completo finishing of
the building impossible In time for tho
opening week, April 2-9, which has al
ready been postponed. Dut tho build
Ing has progressed so far that tho low
er room can be used for the annual
meeting on Wednesday, April 12. Ac
cordingly after discussing tho situation
at dome length no chango was mado in
remainder of tho spring program.
The annual meeting will theroforo bo
held on Wednesday, April 12. A "Path-
er and Son" banquet will bo hold on
Thursday evening, April 13. Evangel
Istlc meetings will begin on Sunday,
April 15, to ''continue- thrco weeks.
These meetings will bo hold In tho Sun
day school rooms of tho church.
Ilev. J. E. Conant, D. IX, until recent
ly n prominent pastor In tho city of
Dayton, will .lead In this revival cam
palgn. Ho 1b a brainy man with a big
.heart and a. great gospel mussago. Ho
does not depend on clap-trap methods
but Is a man of prayor and sincere
evangelism. Dr. J. C. Massco, pastor
of tho Kirnt llnptlst church of Dnyton,
says: "I consider Dr. Conant ono of
tho clearest thinkers, ono of tho best
preachers, nnd ono of tho Godlieut moil
Tho coming of this saintly, Moody
type evangelist, nmongHl us should be
welcomed and supported by all who
iilncerely ileslro to advanco tho king
Worn of God,
MAN FOR KENYON COLLEGE IS
AIRED BY THE COLLEGIAN
Whose Editor Foresees Fulfillment of
Dream for New Dormitory In
Such an Action
(Inmhlur, April I If tho suggestion
net forth by Editor Kobort McDowell
In the last Ihbuo of tho Kenyon Col
legian and again propouhdod by him
In moro vlgoroim terms In tho forth
coming number Is curried out In Its
entirety, Kenyon collogo will have a
hired publicity secretary, whoso
duties It shall bo to odvortlso tho In
stitution nnd net as general head of
alumni and student effort to Increase
Editor McDowell has It that Ken
yon should Include nu Its business
.start n man of lnrgo oxperlonco In tho
collogo world and an illiniums of Ken
yon who would dovoto Ills entlru time
i to the above duties. " IIu should fol
low up In systematic manner all in
quiries from parents of prospective
students; should personally visit
Mich people and, all In all, souk to
! build up the attendance by acquaint
.ing people with the traditions, Ideals
.u ml present opportunities of the In
stitution. With such In mind, ICdltor Mai low
ell him caused to bo printed In tho
next Ihhiih of tho Colloglnn, which will
apponr the latter part of the present
week, a blank form, addressed to
I'ronldent W. I I'oirco of Kenyon nnd
asking that the qunitlou of a public
ity agent for tho college bo submitted
to the triiHieoH of tho Institution at
tho annual meeting In Juno. Tho
form is to be nlKued by the alumnus
or matriculate and mailed to tho pruts
Jilont. It Itt polntod out by Editor McDow
ell that it now dormitory lms boon
promfAud Kenyon wbn the utudunt
population should touoh tho 200 mail:.
It Is urged Unit u publicity iiuin, or
whatever tltlo might be bestowed on
ono holding Hitch a pomltlou, could
bring about thu fulfillment of thin
promlso-a dienin Kenyon titudontH
linvo long had and which would solve
ninny knotty rooming problems con
stantly before tho undergraduate.
CHANGE IN MANAGERS
?,IIbb Ethel Ramsey I tho now man
tigor of tho Eredoricktown oxchungo
of tho ML Voniou Telephone- Co She
succeeds Mm. J. D. McArtlo, who line
.gone to East London to rosldo.
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Llnzey Ilnyes was a Jit. Vernon
Mrs. Leo I'umphroy and son, Hor
nco, were In Utlca Saturday.
Mrs. Ola Shrontz, who has boon
quite sick, is Improving slowly.
Jlrs. Vina CHno of Utlca Is tho
guest of hor sisters, the Mlssest Do
bout. Ilov. William Curtlss preached his
farowoll sormon in tho Disciple
church Sunday ovonlng and departed
Monday morning for ills now homo in
Kansas. Earl Farmer accompanied
Mrs. Bernard Horn and daughter,
Thelma, of Toledo nro visiting her
parents, Mr. and Jlrs. W. 11. Shrontz.
Tho ladles of tho Dlsclplo church
will servo n chicken dinner at tho
homo of William Bergor Thursday.
Eugcno Carr and famly havo moved
Into tho Ira Blackburn property.
Jlr. and Mrs. Walter Van WInklo
moved Into tho Puinphrcy house on
Utlca street, Leslie Beatty having
taken possession of the property re
cently purchased from Frank .Elliott.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Clarence Farmer and
Mrs. Edith Hayes and children spent
Sunday at tho homo of Joseph Farm
Prof. M. A. Brandon has been re
employed as Superintendent of tho
high school for a torm of two yoars.
Dr. W. P. Lewis of Utlca was called
to seo Mrs. Eugene Ulroy Jlonday,
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Preaching services at the Dlsclplo
church next Sunday morning and
D. A. Kirk, who has boon on tho
Hick list for several days, Is able to
bo about again.
Georgo Stringfollow has moved Into
tho Snyder property on Bridge
Purl Harding has moved Into tho
Jlr. and JTrs. Dnlo Humbort aro tho
pioud parontB of a baby boy.
II. Bine mado a business trip to
Hurl Tuckor has moved Into tho
property of Elizabeth Itlghtmlro on
Walter Sheldon moved from tho
farm of B. p. Hammopd to that of
Jlr. Lapp, near Walhondlng.
Horbert Boach of Orrvlllo was tho
ghost: of "In parents Saturday nnd
Jlrs.. A. K. FiUo nnd Mrs, William
McElroy woro fishing last Thursday.
This was tho first for tho season with
the usual luck.
Millwood has an epidemic of la
llurvoy Hammond has purchased a
gtiHolluo farm tractor and a three
Holla Cochran Is moving to hia
f.inn east of town.
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Noah JleKoo and on, Raymond, of
Now Guilford spout Sunday with Jlr.
and- Jlrs. D. C, JIcKoo.
WrB. Carl Undorwood, who lias
boon seriously 111, is Improving.
Thoro nro several cases of tho
monsloB In this vicinity.
Jlrs. A. J. Nothora and son, Cluy,
npont Saturday and Sunday with
frlonils In Nowurk.
Jlr. and Jlrs. John AIcNiibn moved
to Martin lIurtnott'H farm noar Gain
blor last week.
Jlr. and Jlrs. John JlcJllllon will
move to Akron this week.
Jllsa Daisy Nethors Ib visiting
friends in I'lposvlllo this weok.
ltov. Sowors will leave this week
for New Jorsoy, where ho will preach
this HUinmor. Ho will return this full
and tiiko up tho work at tho ltlloy
chnpol anil llutler church,
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. P. JIcKeo spent
Sundny evening with Jlr, and Mrs.
Harvey Hammond of .Millwood.
Mis. I'hoobe Heal and Jliss Mario
Ileal spent Sunday Willi Mr. and Jlrs.
Ilrlco Nutliom of Walhondlng.
Sovornl 'from hero attended the
funeral of tho lute Samuel Flack at
tho Now church Tuesday afternoon.
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J. K. I'ayiio of Siiubury was a Pen
terbuig visitor Inst Thursday.
Auelt Barnes of Columbus visited
his brother, Jay Haines, and family,
-Jlr. and .Mrs. II. II. Kerr have ie
tin ueil fiom a ten-day wedding trip
A. 0. Stlncou spent Friday In Co
luinbiiH. Fern C Fowloa of Tolodo unit beon
Hpondlng a few days at his home here
Jim. Katliryn UlloyNipunt Saturday
JUhh Mary Ilnndolph of Raldwin
Wnlluco colloge, Uertiu, sjiotit tho
wuok-oud at lmr home heio.
Jlr. and Mrs Homer Honoy and Jlr
uud JIra Howard Ilonoy loft last week
for California, where they expect to
mako their future home.
Jlrs. C. S. Owlngs or Windham is
visiting in the homo of her son, C. D.
W. O. Clawson of the Splra storo Is
confined to his homo by an attack of
Jlrs. II. Jl. Shellonbarger of Bangs,
spent Friday in tho home of her par
ents, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Georgo S. Fuller,
oast of town.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Andy Gearhart and
children of Columbus were guests in
tho home of Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Jay Barnes
Jlr. and Jlrs. A. T. Wllley spent Sat
urday with relatives at Newark. '
Jlrs. Hello Norton of Jlaple Ilaplds,
Jllchlgan, Is a guest in tho homo of
her son, Dr. A. W. Brown.
E. S. Ilanioy is on tho sick list.
Jlrs. Claude Faraba and daughter,
Miss Jlayme Faraba, woro Columbus
visitors over Sunday.
Lloyd Sclby was taken to a Colum
bus hospital last week to undergo an
operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. Ida Dornell of Sparta spent tho
paBt weok with her cousin, Jlrs. John
Glenn Baker of tho People's storo
has been off duty for several days on
account of serious eye trouble.
S. T. Jlotcalf and wife were Jit. Vor
non visitors Saturday.
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Jlrs. Catherlno Paige and daughter,
Jllss Jlary of Dawson City, spent
Thursday, the guest of Jlrs. R. E. Par
M. B. Hurley, who has beon very
ill with chlckonpox, is able to be out
Albert Wohlford Is moving his fami
ly to Jit. Vernon and Win. Scott will
move to the place vacated by Jlr.
Dr. Workman of Jit. Vernon was
In this placo Friday morning, being
called by the Illness of Grover Carter.
Jlrs. Jlaymo Scott nnd family nro
moving back to her farm after spend-'
ing tho winter in JIt. Vernon.
Jllsses Ruth Fletcher and Helen
Scott, Curtis Pnrrlsh and Ronald
Scott aro home during vacation week
In JIt. Vernon.
Jacob Doup was In JIt. Vernon sov
ornl days visiting with friends last
Prank Johnson was tho guest o
Fred Hill and family of Jlorrls Chapol
Ed Fry, and wife wore called to Jlnr
tinsburg last week by tho Illness and
death of his motiiui.
Jlrs. Myrtlo Hiss nnd little daughter
nro visiting with frlsuds in JIt. Ver
non. Jlrs. If. C, Glcnson lecolved vflml
,thnt hor sister, Jlrs. S, G. I'oaler of
Jlansflold, who has been seriously III,
is Improving slowly.
On account ot tho Illness of Rov.
Allon, thoro was no preaching hold at
If, C. Gleason and family spent Sun
day with Georgo Honson and fnnilly of
Morris Chapel. '
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U. W. Pitkin of JU. Vernon has boon
visiting his mothor-ln-Iaw, Jlrs. Hush,
who in living with hor daughter, Jlrs.
Jlrs. Tumor of Fulton died lust Mon
day. Sho Ib survived by nine chlldron,
two of whom, Jlac and Worthy, Hvo
hero. Sho also leaves ton grandchil
dren nnd ono great-grandson. Jlrs.
Turner waB well loved and respected
by ull who know her..
Winters Bump spent a fqw days lust
wook among frlonils at Bloomllold.
Tho Grammar room studonta known
as tho Sparta Sluggarda played liaso
ball against tho high school team
known ns tho Rod Socks Friday after
noon. Tho Sluggards won the gnmo,
C to 2.t This Is tho first of tho bnsoball
Benson' but tho Rod Socks havo chal
lenged tennis from tho neighboring
towns and bid rulr to havo soino oxclt
lug games this summer.
Jlrs. C. L. Ilarrod has been qulto
poorly with a cold and sovoro soro
Roy Ilarro Iiob voturued homo from
ColunibiiR whoro ho wns visiting his
mat her, jirs. Linda Bane, who has
beon very 111. Jlr. Barro roporls that
sho Is improving.
JIIbb Ollvo "lCllo, who Is attending
school' at JU. Vernon, visited Sparta
high school Friday.
Tho JI. E, church held n thank-offer;
lug missionary meeting Sunday.
Preston Smith will move Tuesday to
tho property which ho bought of Jlrs.
Jlrs. Snrnh Anno Coon, who has
been very poorly for some time, died
Thursday. Sho Is survived by four
sous: Leo of Edison, Albert of Amity,
FeiUon of Michigan, nnd Delano of
MIsh Mabel Smith, who lias boon
helping hor father prepare to move, re
turned to her work In Gallon Jlondny.
Hor slstor, Jlrs. Bailey, will stay with
her father until tho housocleaiilug Is
ARE SERIOUS PROBLEM FOR PC
LICE DEPARTMENT; MAY BE
WORKED. REPORTS' OF MAY
OR AND CHIEF.
Tho annoying' subject of tho dispo
sition of vagrants who occupy tho city
lock-up of .nights and glvo no return
for their lodging will bo settled not
far honco, if tho mission of City So
licitor Koons to Jlansfleld to deter
mine legal stops necessary to draft
these men in for street-cleaning pur
poses is successful.
Vagrants housing themsolves under
city shelter during tho winter months
run Into largo numbers. The height
of this season has been reached, as
from now on tho attendance will do
crease with tile approach of summer.
During the month of JIarch, there
were 257 of these social outcasts har
bored in the city V-rison, according
to tho report ot Chief of Police Park
er read at Jlonday night's council
mooting. The report of arrests was
Defrauding 'inn keeper I.
Non-supporjt 1. v
Unlawful sale of intoxicants 2.
Sixty-two calls were answered by
tho police department during tho
month and reported back to head
quarters. Tho monthly report of JIayor
Jlltcholl showed $70.08 collected la
fines and turned Into the county trea
sury. William Donmnn or Walnut street
went to Columbus Tuesday to confer
with tho Warwick and Jacobs company
with reference to plans for the erec
tion of a steeplo on tho Congregational
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THE HOOVER -
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Jlra. Edward Quldor of East Curtis
street left Jlonday for Delaware,
whero she will visit with relatives.
JIIss Oreta Purdy of West Sugar
street went to Hancsvlllo Tuosday,
whoro she will visit with relatives.
Jlrs. A. C. Winters returned to hor
home In JU. Liberty Tuesday after a
short visit in tho city.
Harvey Hammond of Millwood was
a business visitor in the city on Tues
day. Floyd It. Seoklns of Lockport, N.
Yi, was a business visitor in the city
Jlrs. Harloy Piatt of Johnstown
spent Tuesday In JIt. Vernon with
Andrew Dennison of Nownrk spent
Sunday and Jlonday in JU. Vernon,
tho guest ot friends.
Jlrs. Rollln Splcer and children of
South Vernon went to Utlca Tuesday
to spend a week with relatives.
S. H. Zolaloft and W. B. Hanklns
wore business' visitors In Columbus
Jllss Salma Kllner of the Ohio,state
sanatorium wont to Newark Tuesday
Jllss Freda Kaylor of Ankonytown
arrived hero Tuesday for a visit with
her mother, Jlrs. Carrie Kaylor, south
of tho city.
JIIbb Carrie Leach has returned to
her duties in the M. &. 3. hospital af
ter a month's visit with hor parents
in Richfield, O.
Jlrs. C. V. Beach and daughter,
Jlrs. Emer Roberts, of tho Columbus
road spent Tuesday afternoon with
rolatlves in Utlca.
I. L. Earhart of Cincinnati, district
secretary of the U. S. civil servlco
commission, was In the city today on
Jlrs. Mary Jledlln of North Center
street went to JIartinsburg Tuesday
to' spend several days with Jlrs. John
Miss Harriet .Swetland returned
Tuesday to her school work in Denl
son college, Granville, after a visit
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IAirniture, Stove, Rugs,
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By usiug a Garland Gas
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Easy to clean, simple to
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WHERE GOOD FURNITURE COMES FROM
with her father, II. C. Swotland, of
North Jtnln atreet.
Ilughltt A- Gohres has rotuuirl
Traveling Man feed
P 13. Countennnn, n traveling rnnn of
Joplin, Jlo , writes: "Twelve-yi tirq 1 ::
I was a jri out sullerer from stomach rrr 1
010. L tried neim . ev
ory tnodlclno I coult;
hear of, among tlirn 1
used ilftecn bottles of
ono popular prepara
tion, but never found
anything that did tr.e
nny permanent fcud
until I took Chamber
Iain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, which
have effected a perma
nent euro. It has now
been fivo years since 1
took these tablets, mid
I hnvo had no more
stomach troublo dur
ing that timo. I have
berlain's Tablets to a
great many sufferors
with stomach trouble,
and travel inir s.-ile-s-
men, and have mot many of the boys 6n
the road that are mulcted wltli disorders
of tho stomach as thoy havo tp put up
with all kinds of half cooked grub at the
different country hotels, which is oue
cause of this dreadful disease."
Is the subject of a booklet Issued by the Citizens' Building, Loan &
Savings Association, which fully explains the Association's method of
receiving money in any amount, large or small, and paying interest
thereon, a copy of which will be mailed you upon request.
The Citizens' Pays 5 Interest
OFFICE: First National
Living room, dining"
room, bed room and
OF OUR LEADERS
Tho center of attraction.
The kitchen is the center
of tho home. Tho Gar
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of tho kitchen. The
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"I feol it my duty to toll others what
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mo," writes Mrs. L. Dunlap, of Oak
Grove, Mich. "I havo
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my back anil under
ray shoulder blade for
a number of years,
also with a poor appe
tito and constipation.
I tried all of the rem
edies that I heard of,
and a number of doc
tors, but got no relief.
Finally a friend told
mo to try Chamber
loin's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. I got
a bottle of them and
thoy soon helped my
stomach; by their
gentle action my bow
els becaino nwrti reg
ular. Today I feel like
praising them to all
who suffer-as I did, for
they have cured mo and made my life
worth living." '
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