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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

- yanj-jwjw ijr-'-" ' PwSwwSwJiHP in i i. ' nev"iv - t fiyv I t Tuesday, January 4, 101t) THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER -I- it"-r i- t -1 " K h y :) PROGRAM For The Centennial Celebra tion Of fill. Zion Lodge To Be Held At The tonic Temple January 7 Grani Jaster B. F.Perry Jr. To Be Present Exercises Are For Members i)f The Order Only The Committees In Charge Of The Celebration lit. ZIon lodgo. No. 9, P. & A. M., will celebrato Its centennial on tljo evening of January 7, 1910, at the regular communication of that date. Attendance will be limltod Btrlctly to Masons, but on the 24th of June, 1910, a celebration will bo held, which will bo of a moro public na ture. Tho lodgo was chartered Jan. S, 1810, and was then located In the hamlet of Clinton, north of this city. This hamlet has long since ceased to exist. Later the lodge was moved to this city, and tho first meeting was hold In the old court Louse on tho public square. In 1892 tho lodge, together with the other Masonic bodies, moved...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

-Vir AGE FOUIl THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, Jarniary 4, lOld Shfe Banner FRANK HARPER, Editor 8oml-X'V7'ools.ly Subscription Hate $1.50 per yen 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post office hb second class mall matter. 1 Session Of The City Council On Friday Evening When Adjournment Is Taken ISine Die New Council Called To Order At 12:01 A. M. President Dever Announces Commiite Officials Dine And Attend Local Theatre With considerable formality the now officials at Mt. Vornon nssumed control of the reigns of tho govern ment of tho city ut midnight Friday night. ' In tho ovening tho members of tho old council nnd tho now tho out going city officials nnd tho new of ficials attended tho last show nt tho Cooper theatre nnd then repaired to tho Log Cabin whore an olcgant sup per was served. This suppor was given by Edward Dovor, president of council and tho four now members of council, namely: Mr. Dublnsky, Mr. DowdB, Mr. Farrlson and Mrs. Wouvar, At th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

aeliisLBt HJ."WM i '? aWKlfty, January 4, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAG Vr m i v.- HuShou A: 'lifmnimmW'74' py( wtfONiwrn1 FIRSHCT Of Mayor Mitchell Is To Clear Jail Of Prisoners FELL j "i" I" fc ! J $ & ! V 1 OBITUARY TUESDAY at 10 A. ML TWO K a ty Fire Occurs In Gambler On Saturday Morning When Hubbard Hall Is De stroyed By Flames Valuable Oil Paintings And Relics Consumed As Well As A Large Number Of Books Hie Stack Room Saved From Destruction Gambler, O., Jnn 3. A most dis astrous flro occurred hero Saturday morning nt 7 o'clock when Hubbard hall, tho college library, was com plctely destroyed by flro and most valuable reference books, works of art, records and relics of tho college Hero lost In the conflagration and cannot bo replaced. ' Tho Stack Room, tho now audition to the cast of Hubbard Hall was not damaged and this was duo to the fact that thero Is a' large steel doer between the hall and Stack room and fortunately this was closed at the tlmo of tbe flro. The origin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

i'W.wta . PACK BIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, Jnnunry 4, iOtt I s8 i 0 .HHH i OOf PEOPLE'S' Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. -Ooo Chicago, .Inn. 2. Pastor Russell of Brooklyn Tiibcrnnde, New York, preached here twite today to large au diences. The Auditorium of world wldo celebrity for Its size und excellent neoustlcs. afforded the Immense uudt enre h superior opportunity to hear Pnstor Russell's- discourse In the after noon. e report his evening discourse based on the foregoing tests. Ilesald:- The opening of n New Year Is lllte the opening of n now ledger 1 1 In n favorable time for determining wlint should be disposed of In the prod! and loss neeoun. and for putting Into effect resolutions governing the New Year The fact that thousands of resolution! will be made at this Reason only to be broken later'under the Impact of temp tntlon, should not discourage us from making such resolutions ourselves und advising the course to others. The mnn or woman who ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

RSB EPW?"' rrmmy .V Avm, .1 'lw J.-! J i. i. 'ujj .' l .-jtb sHSRNIiv! ToOMdoy, January 4, 11)10 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER I'AQK SRVllN .i 4 ? PA . M o r WICKEBSHAM TO fMKEHIS DEBUT Attorney General Will Appear Against Tobacco Trust. OUTLINES GASE IN LONG BRIEF American Tcbacco Company Is As sailed In Almrieatiured Terms as Having ExerclstSliress and Prac ticed Vlcked and Unfair Methods In CampalQri to Put Rivals Out of Business Has Practical Monopoly Of Leading Manufactured Goods. Washington, Dec. 31. Attorney General Wlckorsham and his special assistant, J. C. McRoynolds, In a brief Of 2C8 printed pages, disclosed tho lino of attack which will be mado on tho American Tobacco company when tho caso against It under tho anti trust law comes up for argument on appeal In tho United States supreme court on Monday. Attornoy General WIckeraham will appear for tho first time In tho argu ments next weok. In the rolo of at tacking tho trusts. It will bo his first great anti-trust argument. The p...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 January 1910

nwiil , , .ffw-rwtrwwj.fjw Lyyiyi',,yyA,'f'''"""i"wji '? if d'i . miim.. imm'.-. mWM ...i. .......fimiyiM.Q)w.w$.....fc-T!?;5Vi -y T ,E .Mutmrntpm mmmmimmi4iA wJj TAQK EIGHT THE DAILY BANNER Tucsdhf, January 4, 1010 s 9 ' THE SALE OF ALL m T . . 1 t -r- ..... fl if gr itr jsfe, Hr )r W& B? $Ik5 ft SALES &L ir- r r ill 1' I s .4 t )" -it r jggj t tII 3 i! The Gigantic Clearance Sale Of YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE Will. Commence Thursday Morning, Jan. 6, at 8 O'Clock IE WINDS You Buy Goods .Cheaper lhan You Ever Bought Them In Your Life Remember This sale includes every article in the store: Clothing, Hats. Fur nishings, Trunks, Suit Cases and Valises. " NOTHING RESERVED Big Bargains in Boys' and Childrens' SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1-4 or more on? the price of every Suit. Buy 'em now $2.00 Suits now $1.50 $3.00 Suits now $2.25 $4.00 Suits now $3.00 $5.00 Suits now $3.75 -.Men's Underwear at big cut prices. All furnishing goods at ro duced prices. M en?S and Boys' Suits and Overcoa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

nmlmu)mSSi;'Mllm'mv)llp1,m'ml,'' - " wywwr tf sinner 3TC j . . r ' !! nr -v rtA wa && 1 ;2T"""I V tTa I lie ilemjwtmxjp i5 H . , ' ' - 1 , HR " ' "" ' ' ,, i . J rt itii 1 ii 1 ' . I ft ar W rjS. P' If ESTABLISHED 1836 ' MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1910 No. 2 ft . u . , 1 I SAY mniFlERS C5Bpnl opposes status niin tr I IIIfifilFfl I AWS M&&&' J lETAX RF PRFOTFI1 SdW QJp J l V JJL-I J a JflP JJ A 111 & If AX' " vfflIOTBBJ Important question awaiting lcgUla- XP A. a. S. j 3 LJ a. U B JL-JP I" 4ir ' Ml" tll!SMlMH l,vo conslQcrat,on received !U .death I t , 'Ml I'ti' $F". itfl'3SPBI ' ! knell at tho outset when Governor 'fill '! -Jk-, s xvwmvifBWliill 1 Hughes sent a Broclal message to tho llli I' &?& - ,j' 1 BJiwSsPnW I legislature opro3lng the Taft Incomo ilfy. I 'iSai?.?ii -f j4.' ,raM4fKM,i'iSwPPw I ......m.. ' v n- nt nnn-.- H I nniplafnno Tinrl TanH UFifh Wroplf v SSKi,srol?SKS: I HUBhc8 waa evcr rocdvcd wlt"1 such t H 8 rlllS mil IS I Ml MUSI IV...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

,Twy.7,.3.v,-vir?-w - - -. ywwTr i w-'J ' ' 'w rftf "$. .F.fnlllfl -rffnlvmifM' - ' v- .,, ,,,,, -T-r - .... J -, -J 7 Tfc. I 111 r V f 1TAGI3 TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Frldny, Jan. 7, 1010. "WBBMnBliMflWi WSgBBSBBSBVm? w y,., t"JSgm if- H ' h COST OF LIVING ' WILL BE PROBED 1 Congressmen Unable to tt Both Ends Meet, DOUGLAS SUGGESTS REMEDY Jhlo Representative Has Theory That If Country Lire Is Made Sufficiently Attractive Many Worthy P'wplo i Now Eking Out Precarious Exist- : nce In Cities Will Return to 81m- H pie Life Tells How He Manages to Live on Present Salary. Washington, Jan. 5. Senators and representatives who Insist that the Bolary of $7,500 a year which they mow rccclvo docs not go bo far a their old salary ot $5,003 Utl & fow years ago aro now very much ngltatcd over tho rapidly Increasing prices of tho necessities of life. This mibjcct promises to bo talked about In tho house and senate this year mora than any other one thin it. It Is regarded ns practically certai...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

nrtiv J" :" tfrvllfwm JjnyMyfflyyKcyyuiu . , ,r, ,, -'r7; G K n Friday, Jan. 7, 1010. ANNUAL Meeting Of Hie First Con (jniyalioiiiil Cliurcli De!d In This Cily On Tues day Evening Report Given By Pastor And Officers if Cliurcli Officers Are Elected For The Coming Year A Banquet Was lieid Earlier In The Evening Tho 7Gth annual meeting of the First Congregational church was held Tue&Jay cvonlng In tho church parlors. Tho meeting was a grand success In every way, a largo number of frlonds and members being pre sent. A sumptous supper was served to all present, beginning at six o'clock. During the supper, a verj enjoyable time was spent by every one, giving an "at homo" feeing tc all. Aftor tho supper, the business meeting was begun with a spirit that only the best of friendship and good "wishes could create The genera! natiu-o of tho business was trans acted ns seated below. Instead of following out the usual KKV. KIAVHIJj O. MIOAD I'astor Of Tho First Congregational Church Of This...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

BwpiirwwiiiiPiwpriwiBiiwiw ii" m iiii jwm n rwvti vuiwimwi miwm1 mm ijUww8EgWEW .fmVfpninnr'R ' TTmyiiv PAGE POUrt THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, Jnn. 7, llt. 'Pt mmwcmwnrivnmmz?L) f njUH.f 1. 1 1 in in HiMWrr -7- . -. ,-.-. qjpg. , n -w?r. " f-rn s,, he SSanner FRANK HARPER, Editor Soml-'w ooJLcly Subscription Kate j't.50 per yon 5 MONUMENT SQUARE ftlOUNT VERNON. OHM Kuteied tt the Alt. Veiuuu. U., pom Office MS second class mull muttcf PITIFUL Condition Of Tlie Czarina iii ought To Liylit London, .Ian, (I. Dcvatclica Uo... St lUvt.lMUUIti Kill Ul UU (JlMUUtitlU .. rUfc3AWlUl ItltlUD 1U1 lU0 t,.lCl WUUI bUtAuUtt IU LUU JhUO.JlU.1 lbl'.kO, V.M.Iy.., tfiU i-Oi i uoliiiuUUulOt blukU, lo UUob'l-" to lju mo uiuoi uuiiiuiii ouicu uiu iie' cni Oinr Cumu 10 uiu liiiuuu. iejm- niiiK vvilu mi liiiiitiinii tucupiiun iu tlilj WIUIUI' 1'ltluCU lUuifeUt, lilUlU till) LO fOIUlW 111 lltpiU MlLUcfto.Ull tl bLU.UU o. bUiio (liiiiiUiB, iiiuuitiur tiieauicaia unu CthW bOCIIll lOoUVRllM. '1IIU IhlCIIOoU...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

"V tMi-im rrri- -v. U Friday, Jan. 7, 1010. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAon fivh v '7 " I'Z Rtt' I. ! 5 ; STANDS OUT In Fullest Measure 01 Frank ness And Candor Does Gov. Harmon's Message To Legislature And The People Are Taken Into Ills Confidence Document Deals With Three Important Questions Treats Dusiness Affairs On Duslness Principles Columbus, O., Jan. C. Governor Harmon's mesago to tho legislature atthe opening of the present seslon stands out In the fullest measure of frankness and candor beforo the whole people of Ohio It Is a strong etnto paper,, tersely written and clearly oxpresed. There Is no waste of words or ornate rhetoric, no floundering In redundant verbiage. Ho conies to the point at once ,and takes the people into his confidence as to what ho believes would be the best courso of action to promote the general wellfaro. Mindful of the great responsibility of his position and of his obligation to tho people as their chief executive, he sots'forth his official recommendat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

ESSSSS5"5W""P tj''Wt$Tr'"S''Tr-- a i r (WrV 7 it,-"?' MJiil.l,M'""n'MtminniHfcinnnmi .Jfffi "?"Tfy T 'WfaT' ' - ' """" ''' I"" I1" .m i ii .n..iiMwmiiliiilm PAOR SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Frltlny, Jan. 7, 10ia " U t. ORGANIZED Was The New Board Of Edu . cotion Gf The City And Tito Clinton Townslilp Board 01 Education At Meetings Which Were Held Monday Evening Dr. Lorey Elected President Vf The City Board And Judge Coyner Is Select ed As The Clerk Tlio last meeting of tho old board -of education of Mt. Vornon was held Monday evening beginning at noven o'clock with President Ilogardus In tho chair All members were present and the minutes of the last regular meeting were read nnd accepted. The bills for the month of Dcccmbor tvero read by the clerk and after be ing discussed by the hoard, thuy wero ordered paid. Tho building committee reported the now First ward building' to bo ncarlng completion and thoy report ed that provided tho door locks nr Tlved It would bo completed by tho midd...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

' nTf 'WKWPSW' rT& -f?r Vrhlny, Jan. 7, 1010. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGB 8UVKff mora 'ri J? m vr m County Correspondence Items of Personal and General Interest, fi;om Our Corps of Special Correspondents J tT ? A f Jt t ? J ? J. ANKHNYTOWN. j j u j j4 ! j Wilson Cocanowor'of Nowark was In this vicinity last wcok. Walter Moses and wlfo returned liomo a few days ago from Virginia "whero they have been visiting frlonds. S. H. Workman and wlfo and daughter visited with Jacob Swank and wlfo of noar Dutler ono day last wcok. B. It iLeody transacted business at Bollvllle Saturday. Quito a fow from hero attended tlio Sunday .school teachers' Institute held at Smlthvlllo last wcok., Mir. Simon Syler Is numbered with tho sick. Mrs. Mary Workman and daughter Wcaltha opont Sunday with Mrs. Q Klrkpatrlck! Mr. Hack Borgcr and wlfo trans ected business at Frederlcktown, Saturday. Miss Pearl Toms went to Ashland Monday whero she oxpocts to begin echool. Miss Chloo Keller, who has been Bpndlng th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 January 1910

STV"' T W1WWW"!eJr H v 7 " ' Vf ' -ondMg -. -r -mi. "t"m rTI r3f ' " ,,'(1WnT; T '"V,-" " ,,' Tl -"1 w"rwfj THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, Jan. 7, JOlO. V5i VAGK KIOHT m P ' i.5 -Wt- ' fc - h tf '. ? v s f t i .-5 f is t v ('MISSOURI DEMOCRATS GET TOGETHER Kansas City, Mo., Jan. C. Democrat ic leaders of Missouri, oHlcc-holders, dllora nnd others who work with brain and pen the year round to Icocp the party In good lighting shape, arc gath ering In Kansas City for the biggest pev-wow they havo hold in many a day. Tomorrow thoro will bo a meet ing of tho full Stato committee, fol lowed on Saturday by a goncral con teronco under tho auspices of tho Mis souri Democratic Editorial association. Tho gathering will wind up Saturday night with a "Jackson Day" banquet ht which Democratic leaders of nation al promlnonco will bo tho speakers. "Missouri Democratic Again In 1812" ts to bo tho slogan of tho conference. It has been unanimously agreed that candidacies shall not bo considered, but th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 January 1910

SP" nP 'vfTTff TfT ' ? n-WT'l1,ff' jemmw ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1910-No. 8 PRICE TWO CENTS DEATH OF GLAD THAT I li'W'PpPiW!PPI'lP rtyw st 8flhe tH-tr Oi fkttxutt VI -flw WILL NOT TRY SATOLLI TO BOSS WA K; :, Senators To lake r' In Committee Figtit Cannon Faction Has No Dqsire To Overturn Edict In Norris Amendment, But Will Make Desperate Effort To Keep Insurgents From Naming House Memberss Of Ballinger Probe Committee-Regulars Urge follow ers To Stand By Party . f Washington, Jan. 10. It has been practically decided, otter full and flire conforonco between the nenato ted house leaders, that the senato. In adopting tho. Jones resolution for an paveaUeatlon of tho Bahinger-Pln- fcpt controversy, shall so amend tho acasuro as- to provide that the house personnel of the committee on in- 1 duirjr shall bo named by tho houso it- raelf and not by the speaker. This Qpens tho opportunity for another Bow on this question between the In- fturgents and regulars of th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 January 1910

IVJIMpWISMWWWWIfMwiJwiiliJIISS TtE- "'"i1 'I' ' frf- r - i '.. urn i t , ,,1. U , r; M8g"rp;- "Till Mill ml J ft I ft" u J. A I : ( i $. If' Vm 1 ' Ipaor two FEED The Quail Is Gov. Harmon's , Appeal To Ohio People ' Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 7 Because et the oxtromo hard wcathor Gov. Judson Harmon today (sued an np- Ipaal to tho pcoplo of tho ettnte re tftldlng In tho rural sections to take ro of tho quail and other birds vntll such n tlmo as thoy nro able to procure tholr own food, Honuggcsts that corn nnd othor CrMn bo ecattored in convenient ftl&ces In ordor to rollovo their con iitlonn. Oolncldcntally with tho appeal of sfee covornor State Warden John C. fipoaka today lsucd instructions to fell doputlcs In the stato to follow tho suggestions ot tho governor. HOW'8 TH18T Wo offer Obo Hundrod Dollars lie ward tor any caao of Catarrh thai Cannot ba cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, 0 We, tho undersigned have known F Jf. Cheney for the last 16 years, and f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 January 1910

- w NPiiPiWrlW nftrr rmpmw' mrr "iMr "T f ! Tuetday, January 11 1B10 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAGMTHMHt mJ1UBWWJIJJM lW ' WIPBWt UWI rWLWWi MB UW KJ UJJIJ """"" i N U ,a J? M w ItV CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY Celebrated By Mi. Zion Lodge, No, 9, F. & A. H. At The Masonic Temple Fri day Evening An Appropriate Program Was Carried Out In The Presence Of Over 300 Members Several Interesting Address es Were Made Andjelighlful Musical Niini - hers Rendered Followed By Refreshments And A Smoker Altogether Making A tat Event In Masonry Most appropriate exercises marked the celebration of the ono hundredth anniversary of Mt. Zion lodg'i, Ho. 9, Free and Accepted Mudoiu, In tho Ma sonic Temple on Friday evening, Jan. 7. This centennial celeWatloi was an event which brought together more Ma sons than perhaps ever gathered in the present Masonic Temple. It was an ovoning of enjoyment and pleasure to everyono in attendance. The hand somely redecorated and rofurnlshed temple was shown to great advant...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 January 1910

. . 9Lummt4lt , .-.., -'- . ii..iwi wrrw m wi wwi ;veT)wiwwjwwi wwifr k . ... ,.-- Mi.i.wjMiy?tg"Hfwwlc -4 --- VACTE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC? BANNER Tuesday, JaniwryVttW h ffl -K . -. f ft '5 5 II 2 Jfc - y Hit FRANK HARPER, Editor oral-WoolsJ.y lubtcrlptlon Rate fl.EO per yr.a 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered nt tbo Mt. Vernon, O., post ftlce aa Becond class mall matter. W1ILESS message Received By Mr. liyait In This City Was Correct Says Tlie Oper ator At New Orleans More Messages Picked Up Saturday Night Mr. Bert Hyatt, whoso experi ments nt lils wlrolcss tolograph Btntlon In tho oast end of Mt. Ver non, have bopn most ouccosaful, re colved a lotter Saturday night from George S. Davis, cblof oporaior at Now Orleans, I-a., to the effect that tho wireless mesago which Mr. Hyatt recently received at hln station In 'this city, a copy of which was sont to Mr, DavlB, was absolutely correct and congratulated Mr. Hyatt In be ing able to recclvo messages nt his station in this cit...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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