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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 February 1910

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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. — 15 February 1910

.- y.v ' Tucsilny, February 15, luJO I'kLti bE ly I'AOK 8KVKX ajmmJ-iL'mjJli-!Ji.'-ajj-.uu,jiiJUuimiu,,nm-i ' i'-umb. "niiiiniiPi.Mnaiw'm - ! )J 'I IJIl.W'IJiJJIU LJ tft K 4 LOCA L AND GENERAL Lexington, Ky., Fob. 11. John T. Bclf, need 1C, of Grundy, V. Vn.. mntlo application for n charity l'uss 'to his homo today, and In explaining his presenco In Lexington told May or Skldln that Harry Hamilton, ol Toledo, Ohio, was murdorcd, robbed and thrown from a circus train be tween Alt. Sterling and Lexington on tho night of July 7, last, and that ho did not fall from tho train as was alleged by his companions. David Simon, of Chicago; John H. Thompson and John McNovItt, of To ledo, wore held hero for a day on tho supposition that there had been foul play. Self says that ho has slnco been working for his board and clothing on tho farm of John Kasii, near Valley View. Tho three mci who wore In custody hero aro graft ers. Their wlurcabouts now aro un known. A petition Is being circulated by ...

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. — 15 February 1910

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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. — 18 February 1910

?wwwpr,i'ilwi,(iHi'Wjw(,'w'iflP!irf fJWFTTTn' yimr' wny jy w'v wjy fpwwwp mmwwi ' ff-Pf w; iWHwrnwy wr ww a jetttjot? 32: , MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910 No. 14 ESTABLISHED 1836 PRICE TWO CENTS 'ir'aayyiwyp ' " " i'mmm Ik (4lV!lHV!ki tfatroey IS. X S EXTRACT TEETH FROM Corporation Returns To Public President Believes Failure Reports An Oversight Intention Was To Give Publicity To Returns, But Until Money Is Voted They Must Be Treated As Ordinary Revenue Documents Washington, Fob. 17. By what President Taft considers an oversight en tho part of congress, tho teeth bare been drawn from his corporation lax law, at least until remedial ac tion has boon taken. The president and his advisers havo discovered that congress has appropriated no money with which to Index and display tho returns from tho corporations. Con Cress, It is true, did appropriate ?100, 000 "for the expenses of collecting the corporation tax," but tho presi dent has discovered a law passed by congress back ...

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. — 18 February 1910

Si J7I 1HM.1 iM m MP. I ! Um M W. Ill "TAGR TWO '! THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 18, 1010 fl iamiM,Ji9MiMmiiwjMiKumwrT-&mt Ev : ; I lp$ y PLANT OF LOSS ESTIMATED AT ABOUT INSURANCE 'AMOUNTING The Origin Of The Fire Appears To Be A Mystery - Whole Plant A When Officials Make No Statement As To Rebuilding Plant Nearly Two Hundred Men Thrown Out Of Employment ' The most destructive and disastrous fire that has oc curred in Mt. Vernon in years resulted at 7:15 o'clock Mon day night when the entire plant of the Mt. Vernon Bridge company, one of the city's growing and substantial indus tries, was completely consumed. The buildings burned With great rapidity and in an hour after the alarm had been Bounded the buildings were in a mass of smouldering ruins. Mr. James Israel, secretary and treasurer of the com pany, stated during the prpgress of the fire that the loss would be very difficult to determine at the present. How ever, he estimates the loss from $100,000 to $125,000 on...

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. — 18 February 1910

vl'MJ!W"W'lJli,flIl!'''?w,rr,tf(T tf4?-! -? urif; 1-bA HllrW J.ivJPilJ! ''; 'fi'W!'1" Jrldny, February 18, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAcm ramar t'WWmWW'!W''illV'1rr' s J S TATMNT By Secretary Jesson Cover ing The Work That Has Been Accomplished At Y. H. C. A, And The Many Advantflges. To The City By Having Such An Institu tion Here Paper Read At Meeting Of Membership Hustlers Tho following la an extract from Secretary Jcsson's paper before the momborshlp hustlers, that met at the association last night: First: Tho association Is tho Inter denominational and undenomination al agency existing in behalf of every man and boy of tho community. Second: Membership la open to every man and boy who will conduct himself as a gentleman while in the building. There is absolutely no dis tinction made, not only In tho policy of tho association, bu'. in tho minds of nil interested men. Third: Provision Is made for the entire man, "social, physical, educa Uonal and moral. Fourth: Who can deny but ...

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. — 18 February 1910

-w yL.mrit'fcffrar.iai'ig.yyvmgfrf "" wwwftWiWiJtriTr.TLi Swmmnrim'ii mi, , t--t--.-- ,--;..; MUMAWMlMWMHfMMlMnMMIHHi W TT "i"j pvipw Tfiwrff'" tagr Foxm VTHE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 18, 1I : i he Banner. FRANK HARPER, Editor Subscription Kato $1.50 por yi.H 5 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered nt the &tt. Vernon, 0., post Dtlico iia second class mall matter. ItlGIIT AFTKIl TUB LOVH FliAST Now comes Mark Slator's partnoi at Dayton and admits to tlio Bcattj probe commlttco of tho lcglslaturt that bills sold by him to Slator foi 'the stato wero added, and that he epllt up ?1 3.700 -with Slator, hit share being ?3000 and Slator's share $10,700. And this happoned tho vory first Monday nfter that G. O. J uarmonj loo feast at Dayton, whoro Harris and Ilcrrlck admitted for tho first time that thoro was "alloged graft" ut the state houso. This is not tho specific charge of graft which Harris, as governor, helped Wado Ellis and others to try to cover up. Out Slator was...

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. — 18 February 1910

55 $w"r' "rVWPP wwwp mwwwiafrf. v Friday, February Iff, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER iAUK nVH i, pt,W"7lwrrx,fc"i,'TT,r,'f'w ' A m. Ti SENTENCED To Tiie Reformatory Was 0, L Shannon Who Forged A Name To A Check At Gambler Prisoner Attributes His Down fail To Cigarettes And Said They Prompted Him To Commit Crime To Be Taken To The Re formatory On Friday G. L. Shannon, who was Indicted by tho grand Jury at tho February term of common pleas court on a chargo of obtaining money under falso pretenses, was arraigned betore Judgo WIckham In the court of com mon pleas at 10 o'clock Thursday morning. Shannon entered a plea of guilty to tho chargo and was sentenced to tho Ohio State reformatory at Mans field. Shannon comes from a fine family In Columbus, but attributes his down-fall to clgaret smoking. Be fore receiving sentence he made a few remarks to the court, stating that clgarets caused him to commit tho crime. Shannon was arrested at the instance of U.' S. Lybarger, cash ier of the Gambl...

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. — 18 February 1910

H5i" '"i J. k-M-H- P-, ' fl'i-IJB 9Am BIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FrlOny, February 19, 1QIC A IK f 4 I I tr VM It He' If-' J ' && ' Basil'.'1' t Hil 1 SUtSSBSif- r4 affif County Correspondence Items of Personal and General Interest, from Our Corps of Special Correspondents I "h ! J ! ! ! I J l I J J l4 .f, JMllilDKltlOICTOWN. 4 f I ! ! i !!!!! ! ! "I Mrs. J. H. Norrlck wan tlio guest of Mrs. Thurlow Burger In Mt. Vernon on Monday. H. F. Snyilor of Ft. Woyno, Ind., -was a Fredorlektown visitor last Sat urday. Charles Wllmot of Mansfield was calling on frlonds In this iIaco last Saturday. Uist Friday and Saturday woro rod lottcr days for Fredorlektown as tills was the occasion of tho Frodcrlck town Farmers' Institute Good at tendance marked all Uio Bosslons al though tho farmors had to como out In blizzard weather and through deep snow to get hero. This fact alone shows tho intonso interest our farm ors tako In tho Instltuto and tholr do Blro to know tho latdut things con- corni...

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. — 18 February 1910

mmimfvmw'fj'm 1 IU)1IM ..- lHwywuff" 'C'Sipt If Frtdny, Fibrunry 18, iolO Will In whiii iMiiinimimi iiiiimiiai NSTRUCT Native And Foreign Born People In Reference To Hid Coming Census, Enumeration Bureau Of Census Issues A Bulletin Regarding The Enumeration Of Foreigners SIiov.s The Questions Requir ing An Answer Washington, D. C, Fob. 10. What tho census enumerators are re- Qujred to learn regarding tho place of birth of native-born and foroijgn- born persons, and other personal facts concerning tho latter class, In taking tho Thirteenth United States census, beginning April 15 next, is fully sot forth in tho printed In etructlona prepared by the United States Census Bureau to guide them In filling the population schedule. It la pointed out tfiat all tho questions relate only to conditions existing on April 15, tho "Consu3 Day." On tho subject of place of birth of a native-born person tho instruc tions state that if the porson was toorn In the United Scatea tho enu merator is to gi...

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. — 18 February 1910

Fr"IBHl?BBlfpiflMtTfflWTO ?2il5IS3BlMllliWBIBiEgBg!feg "'iHniimiiimiiul 1 iftriifririiM mii 'r,"r!iJ!5MSE5ftifcflMlll HI THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Frldny, 'February 18, 101 VM1N MIOHT M w IV r J .j. .j. 4. . .J. 4-- -l -h ! 4- -i 4 .J. GAMMKR j, .j. .$, .j. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4 J Tho public schools havo been closed Inilcnnltcly by action of the school board to prevent the spread at diphtheria. Mr. Dyer of Woodvlllo vho has been teaching In the stead Ot Mr. Cary, who Is In 111 health, re turned to his homo Wednesday and &Mss Mary Braddock, tho principal, returned to her homo In Frcdertck (ovrn last evening. Mr. Levi Starna and Mr. David Oorsuclj aro reported better at this writing. Doth havo been suffering With pnouinonla. Tho funeral of Mrs. A. L. Blue was faeld at Dladensburg last Monday, conducted by Rev. A. C. Corfman In do Presbyterian church, In tho prcs- oco of a largo concourso of people. Mr. A. L. Dlue's son, of Mexico. tras called home to attend tho tuncr- fcl ot his mothe...

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. — 22 February 1910

"" " 'WaJ"M,,iy;iM';SJ,Mliaiiiai'a ' f ' --- - - 1 '"'""Wrii,,. - .'7y?!!TrYWT'''""TW raWKW'' -vnn-iw faBW' w r "rSF"1 ' ' "WqWW .'' "r -r w,'lW'.'w if i.yn) '?TgslTTJ'f?Wyn' ftetttw V k&lfcUk I ESTABLISHED 1836 I QUAKER CITY OF MOBS; I "' II. n IWMfiK . - Gar Strike Gets Out 5 of Bounds. FOUR EXPECTED TO DIE Hospitals Filled With Victims 1 of Numerous Battles. THREE GARS ARE DESTR0YE5 Service Withdrawn When Police Prove Themselves Powerless. : Trades Assembly May Call Out 100,000 Toilers In Sympathy. Mayor 0rders4,000 Recruitsln ( Anticipation of Further Trouble 1 Today. Philadelphia, Fob. .21. Flllod to overflowing aro tho hospitals as tho result of riots attending tho strlko of motormon and conductors on tho Phil adelphia car lines. At least 1,000 got in tho way of bullets or bricks or paving stones, and half of those wero hurt seriously. Tho outlook was bo alarming In tho afternoon, when tho Philadelphia Rapid Transit company withdrew uvory ono of lta "cars from service and ...

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. — 22 February 1910

iuausmatinamimum'Jr' t s -3TP?ff H"f xr II" j-! , , wgMr,- " "imi'i mil nr IR1 "I IffilNBVB W"W T ''W T WT ' (- 'O '"' "IT" t I 1PAGS TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, February 22, 1010 . --..iw.p,. t "BF it 'fr 'I I? rf, ,! -J ? 4 , I FATE flf Trust Hongs Upon A Decision To Be Handed Down Supreme ljurt By i Washington, D. C, Fob. 19 Follow !ck a recess of Eovor.il -weeks tlio Su premo Court of Uio United States will cconvono Monday to hand down a do lalon tlio consequences of which to tlio -world of finance, Industry and politics can scarcely bo exaggerated. The de laion will rolato to tlio famous "tobac co trust" cases, Involving tho Interpre tation of tho Sherman nntl-trust law. Practically, tho llfo of that "monopoly buBtlng" statuto hangs on tho word of tho court of last appeal. If tho decision Is In favor of tho Gov ernment, and tho president, tho moni tors of his cabinet and many of tho best lawyers In Congress believe It will bo, tho days of tho trusts aro number ed and the...

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. — 22 February 1910

TDT'mkit' v' "i- , tat '-,'? wj V"r' t Stocsday, February 23, 1010 tHK DEMO0KATI0 BANNER rr s PAGTS IKMMS V CELEBRATE i i TbG Setting By Compromise "Shirt Waist Strike", By A Love Feast At Delmon icos'ji, New York A Good Press Agent Is A Valuable Asset According To Story About Two Actresses How Quickly A Man Can Get A Reputation Now York, Feb. 19. To colobrato the settling by a compromise of tlio "shirtwaist strike", which caused so much bitter feeling and excitement In Now York during tho InBt fow months, Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, who had taken a promlnont part In the agitation which brought about tho settlement, gave a regular love-feast at Dolmonlco's the othor day, co which all tho shirtwaist manufactur ers who had accopted tho comprom ise, as well as representatives of the shirtwaist makers' union and of the Woman's Trado Union Leaguo were Invited. Tho iopresontatlves of tho strikers wero all chere, but of the manufacturers only half a dozen put in their appearance. Miss Anne Mor ...

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. — 22 February 1910

k! mmmmmKmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm MWtMUK THE DEMOCRATIC BAHOTCR Tuesday, Febrnwy SO, Mflfc I '. Che 9Eatme? FRANK HARPER, Editor tt( 03Q3L1- Wo olsJLy Bubscrlptlon Unto $1. GO per yea 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the- Mt Vernon, 0., post office na second class mall matter. FEAK ELLIS WILL NOT S1AN1) So many changes liavo beon made In "personal roprceontntlvcs ot the resident" slnco Tnft landed In the White IIouso that suspicion Is nbroad already that Wado Kills will not last longer than the stato convention In his now position ns chairman of the ctato Republican machlno. For n time Hurlon won supposod to bo "tho volco' In Ohio, but he cracked his volco voting with Ald rlch on tho tariff hill nearly as many times as Dick did. Brother Charles had tho "hunch" on all the rose for ft whtlo with thoso who though ho would continue to bo hb liberal with "lior inonoy" ns ho was two yearn ago, but ho put his wnllot back In tils pocket after Bur ton bent him to tho eon...

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. — 22 February 1910

5Vosijr, Febrmirr M, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAtm rm xA j? 4- I j? INTERESTING - History Of St. Vincent de Paul's Parochial Schools Compiled By Rev. L. W. Mul ' hone And Published In Pamphlet Form For Mem hers Of His Parish First Catholic School In Frit. Vernon In 1856 Pamphlet Contains List Of Those Who Graduated At tho conclusion of the services at St. Paul's Catholic church Sunaay morning, Rov. L. W. Mulhauo dis tributed to the morabors of tho church pamphlots containing an In teresting history of St. Vincent do Paul's school of Mt. Vernon. The pamphlets contain a history of tho school, tho courso of study In the high school, tho list of graduates from tho school by years and other vnluablo Information. Tho history of tho school shows that the first Catholic school In Mt. Vernon was opened In n small house, that stood on McArthur street between High and Vino streets, in tho year 18BG. Miss 'Anna McDermott was the first toach er. In the year 1872, Father Brent built a frame sch...

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. — 22 February 1910

L spNrhvaeivii vi'rj';rw' ''nSwtSrr!'y tfWWiiWipff Jhi AfW - . " j " ii m.j -nj. uluu n i in I mni Mini miMii" i I mi IMIHH Ml ! I !! IIIHl DBMBBIW t mi jmm MMMir frTKY.Tt'l'TlW ii HBWBVr Sfet.AilHI H' ig i . ip-"tI yg' MWitut Viiih n i' i niwmnw lixnmtrt THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER AGKBDC Tnoeilay, February 22, 19f p.apgs-f' v V nli-WiMlitM 'r ",")l WTh ij. awMwiMMtowtMi ' SURVEY .. l Of The Senatorial Campaigns In United States Terms Of Thirty U. S. Sena . tors To Expire And Contests Are On In Many Sections Washington, . C, Fob. 18 Tho terms of thirty mombors ot ibo Unit ed States senate, twenty-four Repub licans and six Democrats, will explro a year henco. Tho six Democrats In tho list nro Danlol of Vlrglnln, Culbor son of Texas, Monoy of Mississippi, Frazlcr of Tcnnossoo, Hayuor of Ma ryland, and Talllafcrro ot Florida. FIvo of tho six nro olalod for relec Uon. Daniel and Unynor havo already been chosen for anothor torm and John Sharp Williams lias boon select ed for the soat of Sonat...

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. — 22 February 1910

"')' WmWWvWMWWVW!Wtlty mwiy0imyryrwwiii!Vyimv a rT'Wr"T' "WJMJJJi' 'TfyvpffwyrwinfTi iiy' n ifyyayWMj; VWIfHi W! Wtt-"1M -Wpi) W" ' s. r SuCBday, February 22, 1010 35 And Snow Storm Of Thurs day Ties Up Traffic Trains Late And Street Cars Couldn't Run Worst Snow Storm In The City For Years Tho anow storm of Thursday af ternoon and ovenlng made tho snow 18 and 20 Inches on tho lovel In lomo sectlcfn3 of tho city. It Is the ecpest snow for twenty or thirty yean. Street car trafflc was blockaded beforo 5 o'clock Thursday night and not a car was In operation until nearly noon on Friday. A largo force of men was put to work early Friday and worked all morning dig ging tho anow off tho tracks. The blinding snow storm whicn ttarted about 3 o'clock continued un til S o'clock In the evening and busi ness was practically suspended in tho Ity. Scarcely anyone ventuiea out of tho houso Thursday evening. Snow ploughs were put to work Tery tatty Friday morning and the paths for tho pedestrians ou...

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. — 22 February 1910

-TfiTHJI'i 1 Hi "-TWMffTSTTT )ry Yxcm mcwc THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, February 22, 1010 JKJMMWWMMMWBMWWMMWIMgtW"WWliMWMiWMM'WBWWMiWMWM 11 r h ' II v. it. Irl "- I'p I? i r K to i i - U ' sr is i r EXPLOSION j " AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. r Df Nitro-GIycerine Occurs Al Bremun Bromon, O., Feb, 21. Tho nltro 'Jlycerlno magazines of the Marietta Torpedo company and tho Lancastot Nitroglycerin company exploded car iy this morning when 1800 quart Ol tho exploslvo aro thought to have bocomo overheated by tho gas turned Ha to prevent lta freezing. "Windows woro brokon In this city, mllo and a half away, and tho pan lMtrlckcn people thought thoro had been an earthquake. Tho Iioubo ol Guy Nixon and tho barn of Honrj Heyd woro badly wrecked. i SOCIETY NOTES Post Card Shower Vor Miss Matthews On Saturday, Fob. 19, Miss Phlll plno Matthews was tondered n post card shower, It being hor clovontii birthday anniversary. Sho rccolvcd many beautiful cards from friends and relatives, both In and out of tho l...

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. — 25 February 1910

f T.fH 'nSf$;m!nr ""tWrtK" m&tww ' ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910 No. 16 PRICE -TWO CENTS Hjewfafi mnutt wis J CRISIS IN THE Another Exciting Day Is Witnessed At Philadelphia Veteran Mob Fight ers on Scene. STRIKERS MAKE THREAT Say They Will Use Dynamite Against Constabulary. BATTLE AT BALDWIN WORKS Philadelphia Locomotive Builders Attack Police and Are Driven I to Cover-Girls' High Schools i Dismissed Owing to Danger of I Street Travel Judge Imposes i Heavy Sentences on Rioters. i Philadelphia, Feb. 24. Captain Jack Groomo, at tho head of 200 clean-cut, square-jawed fighting men of tho Pennsylvania constabulary la bore today to stamp out tho civil war I that has been raging for several days. These lean, hard men on lean, bard horses have spurred into angry mobs when they were outnumbered XOO to 1, when dynamite was smash ing freight cars and bullets were whistling all around them. Their rec ord for efficiency lies In this. They don't hunt trouble, bu...

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