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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio THE MANSFIELD NlWt, JANUARY 8, THE BAPTISTS OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE i'AKK AVENl'K CHURCH UIUNGS REPORT OF YEAR'S WORK CHURCH CLERK. Miss Elizabeth Fliber. TREASURER. S Holjiart Scattergood. j PASTOR. T. O. In report and message Mr. EJe- vald said in part: It becomes tlie 'Try pleasant cuty and Privilege of your pastor to Ipreaent herewith his second annual report ot your church. The year closittg has been a most pleasant one 'or your pastor and his family. Ocd graciously smiled on the work ne.bringing success iu a very marked manner. I have attempted ro immediate results or hasty work, I referring rather the steady progress that is seen by close attention to ine interests of our Master's Kingdom. Officers Clioben for the Ensuing True'-success is that success Which ttands'the test of use and time. We Makes Same Sog- ffiUBt 'remember we are gestions as to the Proper Attitude the building is a part of our'lives Of Churchmen to Municipal Prob- j and each has his or her place to lems, the City Officiate, the News- f111- been a pleasure, the E IN. DLL LINES papers and the the City. Business Life of The following report was read by the pastor at the annual meeting Jriday evening of the Avenue laptist church, meet- ing of the church was caJled for Sun- day morning, Jan. 16, at o'clock. The officers for the year, J910, are as EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Chailes Huston, Charles Sorg, Eamucl Gorham, Edword Gilbert, Wiliard Dise, Edward Dickey and J. A. Rigby. DEACOXS. John C4orham, J. Gilbert, Charles Wiliard Dise, J. X. Patterson t-nd William Jarrett. TKUSTCKS. S. Glen Vinson, John Gorham, Edward Alderson, Nye, T. j. Pittinger. The Annoyance Of Flatulence Many People are Annoyed With In the Stomach and Intestines. A Trial Package of Sluait's Charcoal Lozenges Sent Free. Flatulence is due to the presence gas in the stomach and intestines, "vhieh often rolls about, producing borborjgmi, or rumbling noises in the intestinal system, and causes the victim of this trouble consider- sble embarrassment, when such 1 r.iscs occur While in company. An analysis of gas from the'stom- shows that it consis's to a great extent of nitrogen and carbonic acid. Jt is therefore probabje 'bat some of ihe gas in the stomach consists sim- ply of air which has been swallowed, tlthougii for the most part, the source of flatulence is the gas given 3It from the food in 'lie abnormal processes of decomposition. In cases of chronic gantric catarrh, the secretion of gastric juice in the Glcmach is deficient, the food is di- gested slowly, and fermentation oc- curs with the evolution of gas. Swallowed air, -however, plays a i.iore important part in causing jiatulence, or gas in the stomach and" intestines than is generally supposed, -sv'hile foot! may be swallowed T; ithout carrying air into the slom- i righest and best of my life, to min- ibter to you and be your pastor. t "have presented 'to you as I saw _and experienced It the truth ot the gospel being persuaded that men's and women's hearts still ache, that battles are still to be fought sad the "true man and woman shall still meet.the test. The cry of this eld world is" still for a Christ who knows and-loves-men. Whose man- hood is an inspiration and whose love is a benediction. You 'have 1-een kind- "and thoughtful and in many ways proved your love and loyalty to 'your Lord, your church and your pastor. 1 have been >iith feasts of joy and walked with you Jb( the shadows of sorrow. Vv'e have tested together the won- c'erful love of God. You have given me a place that any man may well feel proud to occupy, that is a large place in your hearts. Do I treasure WVf AMONG IE LOCIIL LODGES Happenings of the Wtek In Socret Societies nf the City, Notices for should be miort and l> the point. Send them in soon as possible after meetings arc held. No no- t ccs will be published m this column, !f received after Friday noon, except for sjch lodges as may Friday even- notlces them must be In 8 CAIT. HERBEKT E. M'CLURE. Officer McClure was appointed day Jr. O. U. A. M. Freedom council met Wednesday evening with a good attendance. Reg- ular was transacted. Offi- cers for the ensuing term were In- stalled. All brothers should be pres- ent at our anniversary social Monday evening, Jan. 10. The committee has spared neither time nor money in making this the most successful captain and assistant chief of police i in the hlstory of our chapter. l nc state councilor and other state that gift? I can best answer the question by saying as you have given to me so have I given to you. Only mine has been the larger gain as I have had the friendship of all. Mans- field and Mansfield homes are cal- culated by their cordial fellowship fnd broad spirit of true appreciation eud eagerness for advancement, to bring out the best in ihe one com- ing to their midst. Many of the richest in mind and are found in this city and in this church. The mayor and officials cf the city have been exceedingly courteous and kind and given your pastor the opportunity to get very close to the conditions of real life as by Mayor Brown just prior to the holidays. He has been on the local police force for about six years past and he has a good record. He is the largest and heaviest man in the po- lice department at the present time. On AD Ladies' Fur Caps AND MEN'S FUR AND FUR-LINED OVERCOATS PEOPLE'S HUXTIXG Ol'T OP SKA8OX. Editor News: Will you please al- low me a little space in your valuable columns to register a protest against the unwarranted officials will be present. Good music win be rendered and refreshments will be served during the course of the evening. You can miss some of the good things some of the time bitt you cannot afford to miss all of the good things all of the time. Don't miss this, brothers. McLaughlin Post will hold its first meeting for 1910, Tuesday evening, Jan. 11. The meeting will open at 7. The new officers will be installed and a number of candidates will be mustered. The annual wake New 1 ear's eve was a very pleasant af- fair. After disposing of the excel- and unlawful slaughter of game, especially rabbits supper -by mdies of the W. R. C. the comrades at this season of the year. We all know and read with pleasure the be- ginning and ending of the squirrel J.nd rabbit season as we find It ex- plained to us from time to time through your paper before hunting season begins. Squirrel season of 3909 began Oct. 1 and ended Oct. 31, j et I have reason to believe that there were more squirrels killed in Septem- ber than October or lawful seafaon. Rabbit season began Nov. 15 ajid end- ed Dec. 4, yet I have reason to be- lieve that there were plenty of them shot in October or one month before the lawful season, but the worst fea- ture of all violations is this after the season is over and when all should have had full and plenty. Some will wait for a big fall of snow, take a US i ferret and out, shove it into every little hole in tbe __ ground or under some old shed, chase them out and catch them unprotested where they have taken refuge__from held a the club rooms on the first The retiring com- mander, D. R. Robinson has made an efficient and painstaking officer anc vill wear the honors of P. M. with ihe dignity of a true sol Her. I WILL NEED THIS MONTH K. O. X. M. To say that each Sir Knight who more fully our appreciation of our mayor and our city government by helping to solve our city problems by a hearty support of ever} good thing done by those in authority over ug. Speak "well" of your, city, tead'e-, --with your merchants, give honor where honor is due. The city newspapers have been exceedingly kind in at all times opening their columns to mat- ters of church news. Ho who would tnow what the world aad his own home city are doing must read his home papers. Don't boirow your neighbor's but subscribe for your city daily and keep in touch with cue of the live wires. Your pastor made over 900 I-astoral calls the past year and has icsponded to many calls mercy and to the sick. It has been a blessing to be a bearer of "good news" to the and help the discouraged. Your pastor has been in his place every service on the Lord's day j-reaching. Has preached also thirty sermons to the bible and deep snow. I think that is about as cowardly a way of catching a little innocent rabbit as one could mention. Any little school boy would have better sense than that. A few prosecutions to the full extent of the law I think would be a very good solution for this problem. Therefore I would appoint the News a commit- tee of the whole to UEC its good offi- ces and influence in bringing about peace and protection to game, both in and out of season b> advocating the appointment of one or two deputy in this district. F. J. DOPLER, 259 Glessner Avenue. City. attended review at No. 130 Thurs- day evening was amply repaid, will putting it mildly. An Immense c'-owd was present, chairs being at a premium. Much prevailed and enthusiasm was above par. Four candidates were initiated The work put on by the great camp degree team in an impressivp and highly satisfactory manner. Following this the installation of officers was in or- der, presided over by the same team. The smoker was hugely enjoyed by all. ach with it, especially those I school besides conducting bible c.f a tenaceous character, such. as fca-soifp, appear to'carry down a great deal. Flatulent distension of the intes- addresses. readings for several months at 6 o clock Sunday evenings and also lesponded to numerous outside calls Courtney camp, No. 3505, met Monday evening with -about 300 Neighbors present. The degree work was exemplified on a class of 38 can- didates under the supervision of Dis- trict Deputy Fred Beelman, of Shel- by, who is here doing work for the camp. Five more cards were receiv- ed. Everything went along with a vim. The banquet was a success under the head of Han Dewitt, chair- man. There be some important business next Monday evening. Sick Neighbors are improving. Sons of Veterans. McLaughlin Camp, No. 12, has bf-en invited to hold a joint instaila- officers wlth McLaughlm Editor News: snow scrapers post( G A. R alld t-ne Woman's Re- i article on the third page of issue of I ]jef Corps on Tuesday, Jan. 11. We January 6 is good reading. While the horse scrapers are all social was enjoyed and a lunch serv- ed. Come up next Tuesday evening. Meetings will be held every two weeks hereafter. c. There will he a joint installation of the officers of Post and Corps Tuesday evening, Jan. li. Regular meeting of W. R. C. Wednesday ev- ening, Jan. 12. Officers und officers- elect are requested to meet Monday evening for rehearsal. Mansfield) Homes f Security for the Savings of (Mansfield K. of r. Madison lodge, No. 25 had initi- ation of officers last Thursday even- ing, there being a great many mem- bers present. They decided to have a roll call of members Feb. 17. On next Thursday the of page will be conferred. B. pTo. E. Mansfield lodge, No. 56, initiated two candidates Tuesday night. A luncheon followed. Visitors were 1 resent from Bucyrus and East Orange, N. J. Richland Queen council will meet Monday evening, Jan. 10. We have installation of officers. Everyone try and come. THE CITIZENS SAVINGS LOAN COMPANY Has over 80% of all its deposits and stock secured by mortgage on them and the balance secured by mort- gage on Richland County farms and improved business property. CASH RESOURCES SURPLUS Interest Guaranteed On All Deposits___ Loans at 6% Interest Now in temporary quarters, SJcFall Building, No. 49 North Main-St. FRED T. BRISTOR, Secretary. flies occurs when a large amount of or air, either swallowed or evolv- ed from the decomposition of food, escapes from the stomach into the intestines through the pj lorus. The enormous distension of the intes- t'nes and dilatation of the stomach nith gases, and the rapidity with Fifty-two members have been inited with the church during the past year. Last November a pas- toral letter was sent to the church members calling attention to free will offering day. Xov 21. though tne day stormy, the offerings were made right in a way and open up paths en facet crossings and vacant lot sec- tions, it is the "ultimate consumer" that puts the. sidewalks into the pro- pei condition. The entire remoial of the snow and application of a spr'nkling of salt on the walks makes them safe for tiiose who wish to enjoy a healthful exercise. Perhaps the boys would" be more was a attendance and interested in the cause of safe walk- such flatulence occurs. has long been a puzzle to medical men, rnd has led some to think that the only possible explanation thereof is n rapid evolution of gas from the In treatment of gas in the rlomach p.nd intestines, charcoal is c by most physicians as the leading and most effective remedy. Carminatives, or medicines, such as j cardamom, sodium, bl- whicfc expel the gas f om the stomach in large volumes through the mouth, are resorted 'o iiy somf peopie. Ihelr ase is aftd the frequent n- I'lilsion of g2s through the inomb. most sniioying. antj afJsr taking the the i.ible school. Ladies' Aid and church iaid-on the Lord's altar tplendid snm of You have done this without a supper, festival cr baked goods at'd joyfully >ou have also respondea to the week- ly running expens.es of the church. The Sunday school also gave forty our and yet the !ng if thej were have decided that since it would take so long to hold all three installations in one evening, WP will make a spec- ial effort to attend that meeting but will install our officers on our next regular meeting night. Friday, Jan. 34. at which meeting we hope to see a large delegation of the veterans. Inip'd O. R. M. Metamora Tribe. No. 176, raised up its chiefs on 'ast Tuesday's sleep, paid for the work and enabled to gather in a lit- tle spending PARSONS. Joke. "You have henrt it said that there are only three oricinnl jokes." "Tes." a man arguing with a street car conductor over a Buf- falo dollars worfu of goods nnd money i "Well. I have seen ct least one of for Christmas cheer for tbe unfor- tunate of owr city. j In closing let me call attention to the needs of the bible school and i !he. fact of the introduction of the i graded The year's work before the B. T. P. and the bibl" school is a busy one and it mear.s in show the beneficial effects of Scott's Emulsion almost immediately. It not only builds up but enriches the mother's milk and prop- erly nourishes the child. Nearly ail mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food-tonic, not only to keep up their own strength but for the benefit of the child as well. ALt, DRUGGISTS Send IGc BCIBG of paper and this ad. fnr orcr beatmfni Sarinr> Bonk and Child's Sketch- Boofc EacbbankcODtaJp SCOTT BOVVNE. 409 Pearl St. N. Y. r.iuch interest was manifest. Fol- j. lowing the session the chiefs partook c-f a splendid and all depart- ed for wlgpvams, wish- ing the new during their term. to next Tuesdays and bring r. 1rothrr wjth jou. Not Exactly Sick, feeling" dull, tired, worn, run down? It's Uvwc activity that you need. Take MJM- drnke Pills today and mark their magic effect. One box will prove their efficacy in all liver His, Indigestion, dyspepsia, bilious- ness, constipation, sick headache, heartburn, -flatulence, jaundice, etc. Wholly ly or sugar coaf- Sold everywhere. a postal for our tree book and learn to prescribe tor yourself. Dr. J. H. SCHENCK SON, Philadelphia, Pa. Stevens-DflFyea Motor Carsi9io SPLIT, BRITTLE, DULL HAIR. All Corne From Dandruff, Which i The I. O F. Court Mansfield. No. 1455. hold regular me cning. Jan. 11. anrc is desired. up sharp n Stiic t'nr -nil! l.rother and hi, f. to be prwnt. a IH i-' will of this kind, one is com- i of good I thank the for their recent ex- and now call to remain o'lt of company the Ithcm to a bettor organiz.ilion for the California Fig Syrup Co. and tbe of ths dry. on account of the j c> ming j Aching of air. To nil of the church STIV-KT'S CHARCOAL its soci-ties 1 t-xi-nd m> Ibanks CES <3o away with necessity o; for hearty jTif" vi as Pcr. 1 sacntific attainments "f its chcmis'9 have zr.ri 5 a-' rcn-iered possible 1hc produclion of Syrup of rigs aod Elixir of Smna. in all of sis by Caused by n. Germ. Split hair, hard hr-ir, lusierlcss hair, brittle hair, falling hair, all owe their origin to dandruff, wbich is caused by a measly litUf microbe that burrows into tbe scalp, throivlue up the cutifl" n c on Tuesday ev- j into dandruff scales and sapping the a good attend- vitality of the hair at the root, caus Ttie will in" 'he sovral diseased conditions of 7 o'clock. After j "ie 'la'r l'" fina'iy falls out Mod- of offl-! cni has a remedy to th" dandruff microbe, which :s combined in cidf. the dc-JisMful hair dr< ssinjr. Al- I ins-autiy and makes hair soft as T.ikc no substitute, no'h ing: "just as good." Sold by Send in stsiapa for MTnpIo to The Ht-rpicide Co. M-ch. dollar bottles guaranteed. ?I. Barton. lly is rcqame.1 the installation of A. Kadv .ncil. No. 24. met jth a good at- vcrj- interesting 'ose of the snd a TOURING FIVE PASSENGER MODEL "X" TWENTY-FOUR HORSE PRICE IN STANDARD FINISH AND EQUIPMENT. TOP, WITH SLIP COVER. 5150.00. Standard Open Bodies COMFORT AND PROTECTION Appreciated Features c. A' 1 lunch was s; or fXpflHnc storo- prayers cM eh the i give :-on the the pure for vo-j pll toactrnost of hearty beneficially and combining them most al'sorbics: parUrle j ITIR. the KathT. Sor. and Holy sfallfiiJlv. ia tie right inc lit Jan. is of ofS a 3-Trc'- as it ol cas cr s-naJiowed air in the slom- Cho.n abundantly r'h. and 5n the intestinal in all thing lorn, -nhirt reveals colic, and over- j t: with air. shoaJd for all of flatulrnoc and -n of fond in the Ftosn- a? ss for bad breath r from rutarrTi. jou and -TW! yocr bavethfiBgbtslliat i rxprea- rn a at osiro from jour snrl OS jour nr.in" and addrfti! foi sara- 1V f A S'liarl SMaait B.tildirs. Marshall, Micb. are I htvc art TJ-TT to cx- tie cf !t fe vhtt Tstten I pet I cCTrn't help wfer U IxrotJbJt. it? wholesonic and refreshing Syrup of j CBlifomia FigE. j As there is only one pawinc Syrup of i and Elixir of Senna as Ihe JTTJ- mclhod teown 1o tbe Csiifornia Fig Syrup t, Co. orJy. it :s always necessary to the ?o grt its beueScial efforts. A knowledge of tbe abcrc facts T one to decline imitalionc or to ret-jm them j 3-'.apon iicwing tbr full name I of tile FigPynipCo u not fouad j priirted f-a the frost thereof. K. ntid of H. Madison 213C H will mc'i K 3ay cvAninc are hr will cood for r- A card part-. th' v jf---if-ss session. H. Xnomi Home1. InM-alk-d 1V" jyear. After of A. "n 20. Tuesdav f officers! for on the P.c sure to read "TODAY'S WANTS." a-j fitted to tbe -MOHKL "X" chassis eel- body ai] the in ej'her a IHe or four df tonnc.ia Light Touring: Kwdster. The sealing hf-cn care-fully Vpholstery is l-jx'-ri- oiis. th-- nndr-3 cf sc.its 1-acX-rt.s-s are so arranged !hat tourists affordr-d a tnaxJ'Jrim of comfort. a! -mtor-proof nls. -B-h1lc all tnoK in fitt< d to drop door at drivr's s at urjflf-r rear !s anuiV r.ff-ords a and fnlly for top and s rail, foo' Trtt full -n-jiith on doors are pro-.- prolf-ctioTi in by n rnost ot T. Jif 4aJ <-ntire lenirth oT ninnint; hoard and frame. fcr-j-mg over dcta.-h.ible WOKKMAXSIIIP. MATERIAL AXD FINISH The highest quality possib'e. C. C. STOLTZ, Marion, DURVE COMTAXY. Fail's. of of Autoniobil" NEWSPAPER! ;
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