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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 April 1911

Vjfjrv ''W1 tj N TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. TE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PACt; THRfe . N w L Meeting Of The First Presby . terian Church Held On Friday Evening 'At The Church Reports For The Year's Work Were Read And Officers Elected For Ensuing Year Figures From The Various Reports As Read i : Tbo annual mooting of tho First Presbyterian church was held at tho church on Friday evening. Tho moot ing was very well attended by mem bers and friends of the church and was very encouraging as tho proceed- Ings showed great Improvements and a successful year. Tho meeting was called to ordor by Mr. Snurln W. Alsdorf and, on mo tion, Mr. Georgo S. Harter was ap pointed chairman. Tho minutes of tho last annual meeting of the church woro road by Clock 9i W. Alsdorf, after which tho reports of tho various departments of tho church during the year woro read as follows: Wo'man's Foreign and Homo Mis sionary society Receipts $333.29; disbursement $332.09. Treasurer of Sabbath School Re ceipts $224.29; disbu...

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 April 1911

7Wvm!mwm T -n-PT - Vrj.S 'Vv "ik i A"t -lon-.- -r - -- jrti'fWWW-' "rtrT AE FC'JR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNXK TUE8DAY, APRIL 11, 101. .. ra$l mw' y,iww&B&'tf''"''wr 'fr'snyrv''y- '' .M'V-' ""' ''"''Iw'1 r if t? if If m m M !r tb . Mix v&mmdv MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 6 MONUMENT SQUARE BubBcrlpUon Bate ll.GO per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, O., post ofHco as second class mall matter. IINM!I Campaign To Be Started By The Local Y, M, C, A, During The Latter Party Of Present Mcnth (NEWSPAPER MI8TAKE3 Nino out of ten pcoplo who Dnd tholr morning paper waiting nt tho door for them every day boforo breakfast bavo almost no conception of how tho mass of Information in It Is Bathorod. T6 them It Is almost as much a mattor 'of courso as the air and Uio sunshine. And sometimes, whon thoy road In It a otatcmont which thoy know to bo In correct, thoy are sovoro In tholr crit icism and repeat tho shallow and un just opinion that "you novor can bo Uovo what you see In tho p...

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. — 11 April 1911

rmf tnri 5 TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BAMNBR PAGE 1 immwm?wmwwp0 v- Vf s 1 Wo horowlth allow you Just a poop at ono of tho' owaggoreat Derby stylos of tho day It's a GOLD BOND Hat that soils at S2 but contains Threo Dollars worth of vnluo, nhd It Is ono of tho many 1 M Bhapes now In voguo on Fifth Avonuo, Now York every seasonable color, ?m too. m Ilomombor tho price,' $2t with a signed and Doalcd guarantee bond. A. F. STAUFFER Just Across the Square fi , . ina ,WJUE351 tL?T..Jj-!U KaEaaMf-Msaaua fib DIVORCE Suit Is Filed By Harry (i, Sllngluff In This County Against Olive A. Slhglnff Alleging Gross Neglect Assessors Of Personal Prop erty Commence Work County Auditor Visits Stale Tax Commission has bocn appointed executor of Wilt' lam Morccr, no bond being required, Tho nppralsoru are W. O. Ullllot, W. J. I'ortorflcld and Coumbus B, Doggs. Marriage License Ocorgo Howard Iloaglt, farmor, and Hattlo May Hawk, both of Morris township. Dr. David Francis. Deeds' Filed Mary J...

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. — 11 April 1911

IT1r") y; ,. yff- -nr-m Afiif iit.i.MRi. rtiiiwijw.i ail Tli n JkU J - tf PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, APRIL 11, 1911. f r. IXTY TTTOT Ytf1 CATPi n&M The Law Firm Of Greer ft Greer To Defend Him x IN MINE 7 -(Trt'? ' 'IT m I." RETAINS HLO tu&H fei ti fn Hj. mmw n 13 floes Alfred Wolfe Now'Jn The County Jail "Grand And Petit Jurors Drawn Prom Wheel To Serve At .The May Term Of Court Prosecutor Of,IMing County In The City & O.ltu. Trapped at End of Long Shaft. ONE RESCUER PERISHES Government Rushes Life Saving Gar to Scranton. BODIES BROUGHT TO SURFACE Albort Wolfe, conllncd In tko coun ty Jail on n charge of manslaughter and who waived examination and was bound over to tho grand Jury, on Thursdny 8ccuro( tho.florvicos of II. H. & It. M. Groor to dofond him. Juries Drawn Tho following names, havo beon drawn from tho whool by Clerk of Courts Dormant and Shorlft I'nrkor to servo on tho grand and potlt Juries at tho May lerm of common pleas court. The inomhpro ...

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. — 11 April 1911

4 TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1011. THE rJEMOORATIG BANNER PAGE SEVEN V A REMARKABLE RMON ' A Great Crowd at Royal Albert Hall; London. Pastor Russell's Discourse on the True Church, Past, Present and Future. London, April 9. Again Pastor Hub sell hnd n moat In telligent ami at tentive) audience, amongst whom were many minis ters of all denomi nations. Ills text was, "The Church of the First-borns, whose names are written in heaven" (Hebrews xll, 23). lie urged tlmt tho subject be ap proached prayerfully and honestly that all who see that there was but one Church In the beginning, establish ed by the Redeemer, seo also that thero will be but tho ono Church In tho end, the Church Triumphant in glory, "the Bride, tho Lamb's Wife." Cor the sumo icnson that there havo been doctrines many amongst the fol lowers of .Icsus, there have been churches many, as representing those doctrines. As last Sunday the question was, "What Is the True Gospel?" uud as we found 'that truo Gospel more or less scatte...

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. — 11 April 1911

VMM KISHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. V ' MINE DISASTER IS FATAL T0 128 Itarly All Wore Convicts In Georgia Gamp. lAHPIGNITES'SAFETY POWDER Men (lot Killed Outright by Concus- lon1rJ(jage In Mad Race With Ooath In Subterranean Tunnels j When Firedamp Makes Its Appear- ance Forty-five Reach Mouth of Shaft and Are Hauled Out Alive. Five Freemen Victims. Banner, Ala., April 10. Eleven feodlos have so far boon takon from fee mines, bosldo four dead mulos. The figures show that 128 mon In all mere killed, two whlto and tbreo col ored frcoraen, 111 colored and 12 jrhlte convicts, 17 mules and ono horse. Not a man remaining In tho aalnes an hour after tho explosion Is live. Dr. J. J. nutledgo, government ex pert, in charge of tho bureau of Bines rcscuo car No. G, almost lost fcls Ufo, as well as Dr. Itoundtreo of Wylnni, Ala., and two other mombors el their party, In searching an entry fen which It waB reported a numbor f entombed men had crawled ex pecting safotyt Tho f...

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. — 14 April 1911

I ' ff iK v 4dj & in. ftttttjet; -; f ft 4t Jl i TtT A. . M PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FBIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911 No. 30 ESTABLISHED 1834 l 9 t v -- ' - . i 7 S CYCLONE DEALS DEATH TO MANY Twenty-Five Reported Deed Id Three Western Appears Id Traditional Funnel Form And People Rush Terror-stricken From Homes Only To Be Laid Low By Flying Timbers Nearly A Hundred Injured, Several Fatally Cattle And Horses Killed By Hundreds-Bodies Carried Into Country Chicago, Aitl 13. Twenty-five deaths are reported from western Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma, whore a heavy windstorm, attaining tho voloclty of a cyclone in certain (sections, swept over the country. Buildings weio wrecked and every telegraph and telephone line in tho territory wus put out of commission. Tho tornado levied Its greatest toll of dead at Bis Heart, Okla., where eight persons '.cro killed, 10 Injured, and almost eery building In tho town wieckcl. Whiting, Kan., vms practically wiped oK the map, GO buildings be ing blo...

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. — 14 April 1911

lrf vrwrsiiwsp BvWP j 'wrf TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APniL 14, 1911. " Tftp -nyy-v It II ' I MURDER Trial Starts In This City On Tuesday Morning lewis Bolton Of Newark Is Placed On Trial Work Of Securing The Jury Has Commenced Wltiesses From The Pen Here To Testify bcldents In Connection With Opening Of The Case Tho trial of the first degreo murder easo of Ohio vs. Lowia J. Bolton, brought horo from Licking county on choago of venue, was commonccd In common ploas court Tuesday morn ing. Mt Vernon peoplo nro gU'Ing no ovl 4eaco as yet ns bolng In any wlso In terested In the cnau, and tboro wore not over llfty persons prosont In tho court room Tuesday morning outside of members of tho bar and those who trero called ns veniremen, Court was nnnounccd to bo opened at 9 o'clock, but tliuro was a long wait, due to tho failure of two of tho 3C veniremen to roach the court hoiibo on time. On Tuosday morning Sher iff Parker recclvod word that E. L. Wolfo of Murtlnsburg, n vonlroraan, ...

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. — 14 April 1911

s K a & a K FRIDAY, APRIL 74, 1011 TH DJEMOOKATIC BAHHK Mrs. Hosa .Martin of Columbus and daughter, Mrs. Bosslo Sohuo of Mans Hold returned to tholr liomos Wednea day morning after nttondlng tho fun oial of tho lute Mrs. Mary Pearson in this city. PAOK TMMMfc, s UDDEN Was The Death Of Albert Black At His Home "White -is king- 99 Consult (is before buying a Sewing Machine FRED. A. CLOUGH 13 South Main Street f RAILROAD i TIME TABLES Mt. Vraon,vQW B. A O. R. R. Caii N. 14 (:( a. m, No. 4 11:J6 a. . No. 1C 6:16 p. n. No. I g:l8 p. m, Wtat N. T... 8:11 . m. No. IT 8:S7 a, . No. 1 1:89 p. m. No. IS 10:03 p. . Nob. 16 and 17 dally except Buaday. Otter train tall!. C, A. & C. R. R. South Bound No. EOC 11:41 a. a. No. Bio :E8 a. v. No. 621 8:80 a. m. No. 604 9:00 a, m, No. 618 10:66 a. u, No. (01 ,...11:16 p. m, No. 608 6:18 p. m. No. 600.. :7 p, m. North Bound No. 607 1:16 a, at. No. 601 7:14 a. at. No. 601 1:84 a. so, . No. 508 1:03 p.m. No. 606 6:61 p. a. No. 619 :4 p. m. No. 611...

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. — 14 April 1911

wtft..fffrjji,,) ,1 V M-MZ---tI- Sl V-C JwrosqmazsESSErraonB - " - -- ' ' ijMg d fA6E FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BAWHSE FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 101t. w&3pC3 A B MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxxxA-'UXr olxJL-y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Itato fl.50 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., poot &fl3co as second class moll innttor. .4. CHESTERVILLE "J 4 ! ! 4 4 4 ! ! ! ! ! $ Mr. Pratt Illnelmrt and Mrs. Bello Modio havo returned from Florida whoro they spent tho winter. Mr. and Mrs. Slatho Uonnor havo moved from their farm to tho Jarvls property. Mrs. Douglas Wilson was tho guest of Mt. Vernon friends over Sunday. Tho missionary lecturo at tho M. E. church was excellent and dcsplto tho weather was well attended. Itov. J. 8. Gough has returned homo from Granville where ho nttondod tho Baptist conference. Mr. and MrB. Cliff Blue and children woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Harris, near Fredorlcktowu, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaffor visited last week with their daughter, Mrs. F...

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. — 14 April 1911

FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911 THK DZMOOEATIO BANH1R pamc rtm f yj k jV ur 1.1.1:1,11 II Was Tbe Jury Id The Bolton Murder Case - Shortly Before The Noon Hour On Thursday 101 Veniremen Examined In Securing The Jury State Wants Jury Taken To Newark At Once Arrangements Being Made . For Special Train Work "was resumed lb common picas court at 9 o'clock Thursday morning, Following the handing down ot opin ions In several civil mattors that he had under advisement, Judge Wick ham ordered work to proceed In tho Bolton murder trial. Tho special vonhoof30namos,ma3e out Wednesday afternoon by Judge Wlckham had been served by Shorlff Parker, twenty-eight responded. James Coo and John Kunkle, members of this venire, wero reported as being ill. With but throe names remaining on tho third special venire, both tho de fense and the state informed Judge Wlckhan at 11:20 o'clock that they wore satisfied with tho Jury. Tho stato had used up its four peremptory challongos and the defense had but fow rem?tnng...

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. — 14 April 1911

wjn wrtwwTMtT"--'J)i"nf - -r - rj M. r- TfTlfrffliH r " "ilWiTTiTi (iff it, --Ttf- ! iiVl'M 35ttMCW3M uaJMOtMMHMMMMlptpWfia Z9V Vi " o,, fAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY APRIL 14, 19H. ..MMIIIIHlUllllimilllillMlllllW i fc r. FORMER MAYOR l JOHNSON DIES lid Comes During Fitful Drug induced Slumber, IDLB OF PLEASANT DREAMS t-aat Words of Noted Politician Were Prophetic of Pleasures Anticipated In Bourne From Which No Trav eler Returns Weeping Family and Few Intimate Friends at Bedside When Soul Starts on Long Journey. Body to Lie In State. Cleveland O., April 11. Tom L Johnson passed to tlio great boyond ftor an Illness of more than two Tears. Ills end camo as his family sat round the bed at Whitehall. They had expected death at any instant since Mr. Johnson was drugged Into fitful slcop. Mr. Johnson's last con 'clous words wero; "Oh, I fool so goad," he murmored, Ms Hpe just tracing the words. "1 had ftuch ploasaut dreams. Every, thing Is all right. I fool so happy." Mr. Johnson...

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. — 14 April 1911

" is- a , It 1 tit W " (I PR I DAY, APRIL 14, 1911 H TBX DEMOCRATIC BAHHIE " juiiiiuuuj.i hi ii iac vm "I ' V ; vs r W ju ,ii' i m - w ! $ j ! ! t 4 ! ! I ! I I ! , FREUERICKTOWN J, I I 4 I ! J I ! ! ! I ! A mooting of tlio Frodorlcktown high school nltttnnt will bo held In tbo school building ut 7 p, tn. noxt Monday, April 17th. Important bual nosH. A good attendance Is request ed. Prof. 11. A. Knox wont to Cincinna ti last Friday to .visit with cousin, Mr. It. S. Dowltt, and roturncd Sun day ovonlug. Mrs. Orango Strublo of Bedford, Ohio, visited hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Grant, tho past week. Dr. W. II. Konwoll Is now located In tho Dr. S. II. Pottor building whero tho laundry and veterinary offices will hereafter ho found. Mrs. Nina Owen visited last week with hor sister In Newark, Ohio. MrB. Mary McKlornau and daugh ter, Maud, who havo been spending tho winter In Florida, returned to their homo In Frodorlcktown tho past wuols. Tho now Zolraan barn Is rapidly Hearing comp...

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. — 14 April 1911

kH-1 "fr r$mKff-m r 'ivwi ipvur m- Hi i.l 1MMMKHT OTOE DIMOORATIO BAJcTHI FRIDAY 'APRIL 11, '11V ?w5SSIw!w nil lv. tlk MI IV i r i I HP ft X l i HOUSE READY FOR BUSINESS rMfl I tsenlatlve Underwood Pre sents New Reciprocity BilL SHORT LOCALS MWMMII TREE LIST GREATLY EXTENDED Duty Entirely Wiped Out on One Hundred Articles That Enter Into Oally Life of Rural Population. Direct Election of Senators, Cam paign Publicity and Statehood Bills to Be Put Through House on the Double-Quick. "Washington, April 13. Ratification f tbo reciprocity trade agreement between tho United States and Can ada Is the object of a bill Introduced in tho house by Representative Un orwood, chairman of the ways and means committee. Tho bill Is practi cally the samo as tho ono Introduced Tty Mr. McCall in tho laBt session and Tointroducod on tho opening day of this session. Underwood nlso Intro duced his bill to put on tho free list about 100 articles which aro now du tiable. The list Is of especial ben efit to ...

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 April 1911

c vs X 'ft "-i V jettMrcro atttuet. PRICE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1911 No. 31 ESTABLISHED 189S ' J$ ay a She jp ife B 1 4 v : i v .; t k TAFT IN TOU WTH President Greatly ican Mex Big Battle Is On Program-Colonel SliunK, In Charge Of Troops At Douglas Ariz,, Ordered To Keep His Men On Own Side Of Boundary, But To Protect Residents Of American Town-Rebels Throw Up intrenctiments Within One Hundred Feet Of Line Washington, April 17. Washington Is on edge awaiting news of the im pending battlo between tho Mexican fedoral troops and tho insurrectos at 'Agua Prleta. Many bullotlns wore received by tho war department telling of skirmishes botweon tho outposts of tho comba tants and predicting an engagement before tonight. Tho seriousness with -which the situation on the border Is regarded is indicated by tho fact that President Taft himself ordered ull war department bulletins sent to tho Whlto House. The war department's ofllclal mes oages said that 1,000 Insurrectos...

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 April 1911

Usgxaaa t .h,vyivv ;"- fir- "Tff -,41 - o u THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1911 ftr k I The Talk of the Community! are zne many f I Big argams f at- 5 Levison's Department Store The stock is melting away like ice in July! The people are quick to take advantage of the unheard of offerings we are making. We don't need talkers for our stock. Your friends and neighbors, who have purchased from us, are the best boosters for our goods. New Bargains Daily. We are here to stay and our stock is larger and better than ever and prices are lower. This sale is bona fide and legitimate and will continue only 10 days longer. Facts and figures tell the story rather than words. Read every word of this startling price list below: Shoes Almost Given Away $1.39. Mon's Shoos, Satin Calf, worth $2.G0, only Mon'fl Vlcl, Volour and worth J3.C0 and $4.00, at Tan and Ox-Blood Shoos, worth ?3.G0, at Gun Motal Button Shooa worth $3.50 Patent Leather, $2.48 SI. 98 $1.79 m Work Shoos, solid leather sol...

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 April 1911

MfWp -if va ttf TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THBWfc s v &. Kfr i. ' ii. 5&, ' ' OPENING Of New Episcopal Cathedral In New York To Occur Willi Appropriate Services Wednesday Eighteen Years Required To ' Build The Edifice Many Noted Members Of The Clergy To Be Present As Well A Distinguished Public Officials Now York, April IB After more than eighteen years building tbo choir, the crossing and two chapels of tho Protestant Episcopal Cathedral of St. John tho Divine, on Mornlngsldo Heights aro completed and ready for their opening and dedication on Wed nesday next. Preparations for tho "first service in tho chapel of tho cathe dral on tho morning of April 19 aro practically completed and judging from the program tho opening service will be a brilliant and Interesting ovont, worthy of the most magnifi cent and monumental cathedral struc ture in this country. Tho President of tho United States, Tho Governor of tho State of New York and his staff, tho dignit...

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 April 1911

'ir?"wppir iir t " ' JW. t ' TV' 1 ' (PAGE FOUR THE DEMOORATIO BANNEK TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1811 r.i ;. MP t ,9! I m Li ff &' Ffr- MOUNT VEKNOIS. OHIO FRANK HARPER, tdltor fnaj-Woo K. 3 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Hate $160 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office ns second class mail matter. ADRIAN C. JOSS Famous Ball Twlrler Who Died In Tolodo. I'liolo by Amorloan Press Aaaoclutlon. SALEE INFINE FORM "Bt Louis Pitcher Proves Invincible Against Cincinnati. Cincinnati, O., April 17. Snlloo's clovor pitching for flt. Louis gavotho Cardinals tho gnnio with Cincinnati, S to 2. Ho held Uio Hods,sufo at nil stages and was uoyor lii trouble while the team behind him furnished brilliant support, dsspnr wus lilt rhnrd In almost ovory Inning. n. ii. ra. Clnclnmtl .. ..00000010 13 S 3 Bt. Louis 0 0 10 0 2 0 2 05 9 0 ntUterl'S Onnpur, Kcofo ntid MoLean and Clark; Bnleo unfl Ilieimalian, NATIONAL LEAGUE. AT CHICAQO It. IL 13. Chlrnito .... .,00100000 01 J 2 PUltiburK 10 0X1000 04 ...

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 April 1911

TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANHXK paok nvi t r rf'-i NO COURT Beld On Monday As Attorneys In Bolton Case Were Engaged In Circuit Court At Newark Tlie Jurors In The Cose in Best Of Health And Attended Services Twice On Sunday AriseLEach Morning At Five O'clock Thero was no'sosslon of court Mon day to proceed with tho murder trial of Ohio vs. Lowls Bolton for the rea sons that two of the attorneys In the caso wero engaged In a special ses sion of tho circuit court In Newark In habeas corpus proceedings in tho cases of Art Dover and Edgar Owen, who havo been confined In tho Lick ing county jail for soveral months on a charge of murder In the first degree In connection with tho lynching of Do toctlvo Ethorington. Tho claim was mado that two terms of court wero al lowed to elapse without giving tho men a hoarlng or admitting them to ball. According to tho stories carried In tho Newark papers of Saturday, tho Circuit court had Issued a peremptory writ of mandamus on Friday co...

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 April 1911

IrTVVy "Vl'iirlTiifoPH', 5S)B!!!fSWff!Wr?,?W jwm v i - --' - , rv rTfr"1' vttwh & i rri wfltft i.in'i wmj .v... pfMn 1 W!fw tt n THE DEMOCRATIC! SANGER TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1011 PAGE SIX - v-nyr'" ,j y m i ft 1 z ' & m en. wt m ? V 11 , - V WHY A BESURREGTIQN The Resurrection Doctrine Pe culiar to Christianity, but Known to No Other, What If the Dead Should Not Rise, Would This Affeot Christian Faith and Doctrines and Prove Them All Falso7 PASTOR RUSSELL PROVES IT SO London, April 10. Tho London Tab crnii'clo was crowd ed to hear Pustor IUibhoIPb EttHter sermon on "Tho llcsurrcctlon Uopo the Only One." His toxt was from I Corjnthlnns xy, 12- ffiASioRfrtjeTd) 18:- "tlow any somo ntnong you (hut tlicro in no resurrec tion of the dend? If Chriat bo not rlsan. then Is our preaching vain and your faith Is nlso vain. Then they also which nro fallen asleep In Christ are perished." lie said; For years God'H peqplo havo had ex cellent niblcs, and thus hnvo been blessed far In ndvnnco o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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