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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 May 1911

TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNMt PAGE THUS QUICK WORK On The Part Of Judge Nicholas At Newark, 0,, In Disposing Of Seven Qf The Lynching Cases Joe Bush Who Turned State's Evidence At Bolton Trail Got A Sentence - In The 1 Mansfield Reformatory Two Indictments Were Nolled By The Court' Newark, 0 May 13 Judgo Nichol as of Coshocton disposed ot soven of the Etherlngton lynching cases hero yesterday, sentencing a number to tho Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield, nolllng two Indictments and suspend ing sentonce in one Instance. Joseph Bush, who turned state's evi dence In the Lowls J. Bolton case at Mt. Vernon, pleaded guilty to man slaughter and was sentenced to tho Mansfield reformatory. to following were cases disposed of In rapid order by Judgo Nicholas: qulncey Sutloy, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, murdor chargo nolled, given indeterminate sentence to tho Mansfield reformatory. Arthur Dover, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, plea later withdrawn. Prosecution made statem...

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. — 16 May 1911

7irT3lMi PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911, T--1 Tyrn- y-mfxip4i MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Moxx3JL-"Wo&lxJL-y i 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.50 per year. Entered at tho Mi, Vernon, O., post office as second clnss mall mattor. til FREIGHT Ucglnnlng July 1 nil subscribers to magazines will have to wult a few -days longer than usual for their read ing matter to ho placed In their homo mall boxes. Postmaster Qoueral Hitchcock has Issued orders for tho moving of all magazines and other bulky periodicals going Into tho third contract Bectlon, comprising the, states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri and Iowa by freight Tho publishers wUl place their pro ducts in fast freight cars nt tho doors of their plants, each car labeled to a distributing center designated by the post office department. Stationary railway mall post ofllces at Uo dis tributing points, manned by regulnr 'railway clerks, will then send the...

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. — 16 May 1911

TUE8DAY, MAY 16, 1911. TM1 DEMOORATIO SAMHXK PAQC FIVI X ir KV. WON Has Been Fight For Woman's Reformatory A Advanced Piece Of Legisla tion In Ohio Will Place Derelict Women In Proper Environment ii '" With View Of Reformation, Not Of Discouragement I U i I Other Important Legislative Acts Of Week Columbus, O., My 15 The good wo men of Ohio have won their fight to obtain a state women's reformatory. The house of representatives hao by a unanimous vote ratified the Shaffer bill passed by the senate authorizing its erection. It will In many particu lars bo a duplicate of the State Re formatory for men at' Mansfield, re garded as the model institution of the kind in the United States. Women derelicts for many years have not re ceived a square deal from the great state of Ohio. That is prison facili ties for tbem have not been so good as those for the men. Hereafter wo men sent to prison will bo In an en vironment that will help to reform Instead of to discourage and to break their spir...

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. — 16 May 1911

'fT 'C M PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAV 16, 1911. ' "ffiQW m HUMAN IMMORTALITY DIVINE IMMORTALITY The Difference Between These in the eiMe, The One Only a Provisional Gift, the Other an Inherent Quality. Lynchburg, Vlr giula.May 14. Pas lor It u h s o 1 1 , of Urooltlyu Tnbornn do. N. V., (treadled twice here todny to ii 1 1 o n 1 1 v o ntidl dices. We report one of tbc dis course', wblcli was lireaclii'd from tbe words of tbo Apos tle, "Christ brought life nnd Immor tality to light through tho Gospel." 'Tbo speaker said: All around us we see what the Scrip tures doslgnalo a relgu of sin and -death. The various forms of Ilfo In itaturo tho grass, the flowers, tbo low er animals and manexist for a brief summer time of life, (ben wither and -die. This docs not strike us as -strange, except In conjunction with humanity, and Hint because of man's .greater intclllgeneo-flila appreciation -ot tho value of Ilfo, bis growth In knowledge and bis ability to use life's opportuniti...

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. — 16 May 1911

.TUEMJAV,. MAY 16, ty. TXB DIMOCttATIO BAHM PACWt tCVlN COUPON Ballot System May Be Adopt ed In Ohio Instead Of Marking Voter Detaches Names Of Candidates For Whom He Wishes To Vote (Columbus Dispatch) Senate bllt 7G Introduced by Senator Doro which provides for the use of tfio Wisconsin coupon ballot at elections la Ohio, was reported out for passaga In the senate Wednesday and made a special ordor for Tuesday next at 3 o'clock. It Is believed that the bill will pass the senate Tuesday without opposi tion. The ballot has been considered personally, with 25 or more member of the senate, nearly all of whom seem bo satisfied with the many good features of the proposition. Although but two days will remain for consideration of tho measuro by tie liouse as a body, there is much reason to expect its passago there ni ne. The plan has the actlvo support of many party leaders on both sides aa well as that of tho govornor. This system of voting was first used at the last election in Wisconsi...

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. — 16 May 1911

. AMMrf Ari(MIMIllUf)U iaW&fft f ,,4rH ''twrrv ' ft ENM4T m cmooratio bammum TUESDAY, MAY 16, Mj 1MH CURIOUS CUSTOMS Ktrman French Still Used Lawmaking In England. In RUSSIAN OFFICIAL FARCES. Amusing History of Royal Dally Ra tion ef Rum and the Astonishing Story of a 8tolld Sintry and an In necont Grass Plot la Europo there la pcrnps nothing More astonishing to li? American Wind then tho persistency with which certain old customs are maintained. (The Itomnns, for Instance, keep up the saturnalia of their ancient pagan an cestors In a harmless way, and the Florentines go on ono morning of tho )wr to catch crickets In tho grass Imply becauso tho Etruscans did tho Mao thing 2,000 years ago. John Dull has always had an affec tion for tho old ways. So persistent T ho in keeping to the forms and traditions of tho past that bis Trench "feelgbbor over tho way has dubbed tbo i3AInlted Kingdom a "museum of an tiquities" among modern nations. It Is somewhat odd that tbo Norman French of E...

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. — 19 May 1911

rvr-ii 9 iemjoomjtitf &ttttir u.. r.W ' Vi PRICE TWO CENTS te. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 No. 40 ESTABLISHED 1S3 S iW I 1" ,& PUTS Governor Harmon Sips Central Board And Names Members Bill Also Appoints Trustees For New Normal Schools At Kent And Bowling Green-Dennis Sullivan Succeeds Bishop On Arbitration Board-Legislature Will Not Recess Tonight As Contemplated, But Legisiative Day Will Be Continued Until Tomorrow Columbus, O., May 18. By signing the central board of control bill and Immediately naming the members of the board. Governor Harmon not only put one over on the Democratic poli ticians of the state, but also saved himself a great deal of annoyance by forestalling tho hundreds of applica tions for tho coveted jobs that were certain to pour in on him. Following ore tho members named: Allen W. Thurman, lawyer, Colum bus; term expiring Fob. 1, 1913. Thomas B. Davey, manufacturer, Jfoungstowji;- term 'expiring-Feb. !, 1914. Joseph P. Shaffer, Antwerp, mer chant,...

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. — 19 May 1911

WMtCTWO GIGANflG OIL IS DEALT i loses Long Fight In . Supreme Court. ORDERED TO DISSOLVE is Declared to Be Monopoly In Restraint ot Trade. Trusts to be classified Government Pleased With Deci le sion, Which Gives Corporation f Six Months to Conform to Law. 8; Justice Harlan Objects to Form of Chief Justice White's Opinion-Business of Country Will 1 Experience Little Shock. Vtfasblngton, May 1C Its lnterpro fijitlori,of the Sherman ilutl-ttust law, long awaited by tho buslnoss world, 'Xros banded down by tho Unltod States Buprcmo court. In the first of Us big decisions In tne nntl-trust cases tho court holds that tho Stand ard Oil company Is a conspiracy In restraint of tnulo mid a monopoly In contravention of tho Sherman anti trust law. Thus, after n light of manyi years in which every abstnelo known to the legal profession has been Interposed, the federal govern ment has Hnnlly' succeeded in its effort to compel this glnnt corpora tion to enst off Its holding company and again to s...

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. — 19 May 1911

'' '"ifyv" ' -' iiifriitji'mitr;. u FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 TMI DIMOOEATIO BAHHIM FAQB TMfWttr if GIVEHOND Does Alfred Wolfe And lie Is Released From Jail liond Id The Sum Of $5,000 Signed By Four Persons Maud Magill Sues Henry lloglll For A Divorce Commissioners Award Con tractor A Cottage Other Items Of Interest From M Temple Of Justice Alfred Wolfe, Indicted by tho grand jury ot tho May term of common picas court on two counts for administer Ing poison to Charles E. Metcaif -with a view of Injuring him and second for manslaughter, gavo bond at 3 o'clock Monday eronlng and was released from tho county jail to await his trial whjph will occur sotnotime the week of June 5. Wolfe's bond was fixed at $5,Odoiast week by Judge Wickham. Tho bond wasj'slgned Monday evening by J. R. Wolfe and W. L. Wolfe; brothers of thoofendant, Frank Baker, a brother-in-laWy and Dideuia-Pipes. Wolfe was roleased from jail im mediately after tho bond was signed. Suit For Divorce Maud Magill has commenced a s...

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. — 19 May 1911

"TfpiMrV.niW YAQE FOUR TMZ DEMOCRATIC BAHKMi FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 ,1 !; a : o p i s 1 ii? V K fe p i ?s ;c i fW MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor moxaX'XsroGlxJL-y S MONUMENT SQUARE SsfcacripHon Rato 11.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, 0., post aJHce as second class malt matter. 'Falrvlow grange will give an ontor- -talntncnt nnd pie social at the Vance school house Thursday evening, May acih. All are welcome. Ixjffle AVcrtz of Mt. Vernon visited H. H. McCIaln, Sunday. M. C. Bono Is musing a foot from .tho effects of stepi tug on a null. Lou Mnhn of Ilrandon called on 'Oscur Vance, Sunday Cnrrlo and Cyntha Tulloss, who have mpent the past year In California, are .expected homo In a few days. Arthur Oldahpr and family visited George Campbell and tamily, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherman of Newport, Ky visited rolatlvos horo "Wednesday and Thursday. They left Thursday evening for Michigan where "Howard has accepted a position in a creamery. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Oldalcer a...

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. — 19 May 1911

o FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 TBS DEMOCRATIC BANMIK pair mv CLEAN Gas Been State Management Of State Affairs Men Elected On; The Democratic Ticket Dave Promptly Met Legisla tive Bribery Charges To Punish JuiltylAndlVindi cafe The Innocent, And out of tho debris and rubbish of rumor and rancor will etnergo mou unscarrod, untarnished, and untainted. Men who havo stood tho test and bo worthy of further honors from tholr constituents." - SUCCESSFUL Applicants At The Recent Teachers' Examinations No One To Be Protected As Republicans Have Bone Columbus, O., May 18 Tho tlckot which tho Ohio Democracy nominated at tho Dayton convention last year and which was endorsed by tho people last November Includes Judson Har mon, Governor; David S. Creamer, state treasurer; Charles H. Craves, secretary of state; Timothy 8. Hogan, attorney general; Maurlco H. Donahue and James Johnson, Jr., Supremo court judges; Frank E. McKean, su premo court clerk; S. B. Strode, dairy and food commissioner; Frank W. Mille...

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. — 19 May 1911

VV ! ' "f't " ....1 i i iim''tt1ujyf.'.,friiiniWflph'WWM '' t 'M iy '"? " 't"f ''"' M. PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BAHHI FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 m f ""&i" '"" 4 HOWARD 4 j. j. .j. ! J j $ 4 h Mrs. G. K. McGUglit and Mrs. James Norrlck spent Saturday In Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hliloy of Ak ron are visiting friends hero. Mr. Gcorgo ISngtchart Is seriously 111. Mr, Frank Utman roturned homo Irom Spring Mountain aftor a week's 6tay... Tho program given by the Epwortli .league of the M. E. church Sunday -here, was well rendored. Tho church "waB beautifully decorated In tho league colors, Miss Florence Cochran of London, t)hlo,- -will glvo an entertainment In "ON THE CORNEB" 'ON THE CORNER" SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES Creates ALE Ever Conducted tho M. E. churcu Saturday oveniug, J May 27, Mrs. Oscar Holing has returned from Chicago after a month's stay. V Mrs. Chas. Sapp and Mrs. llort Tan ner of Mt. Vernon -apent Saturday tho guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Welkor. Mrs...

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. — 19 May 1911

s w k iv If J ! b !! 4 4 ?! J. fRDRICKTOWN 4 I ! f S t S 4 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitney and wlfo 'vlBltod thu former's parents, north of town lout week. Mr. and Mis. W. D. Chllcote were visitors In DollvlUo one day last week, ' t nn.f lli Wllllnm Vnttln nt tn. ... i... .1.101 ra...Mu4 .. v...... v. jkiv Chllcolo last week. Mr. and Mrs. 3. V, Winand visited with friends in Mt Vernon last week. Mr. Samuel Boner and family visit ed his mother In Marengo last week, Mrs. Frank Stumph, who has bean vlBiting her brother, Mr. Charles Bry an nt Traverse City, Mich., returned homo tho past week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carp Bochoven have moved to Lake City, Michigan. ' Mr. niid Mrs. William Kollin of Caledonia, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wlnahd, tho past week. Mrs. Cora Flynn of Ft. Apache, Ari zona, visited with her father, Mr. Hathaway, the past week, called here by the illness of tho latter. Mrs. Parsons of Brink Haven visited with her daughter, Mrs. Jay Foote, in Fredoricktown, tho pas week. 1 M...

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. — 19 May 1911

ctito';,' iywp,wBr"gTMi vf j)T ''ypr ftmn-rfjiicrwiu'WfTw'" VT lltMT TM1 D1X00KATI0 BAKHWt FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1B11 fm " -'' '4jW fii SIDIT LOCALS Bges l&c; butter 18c. nt- w v. Hhlrpmnn mado a bUSl- sees trip to Columbus Thursday noon. Mr. J. M. Blochcr spent Thursday In Columbus on business. Mr. W. A. Lewis ot Cleveland spent Wednesday In Mt. Vernon on business. The Meyer-Llndorf Co.'s silk sale Continues all this week. Get prices on our hammocks; they ave all others beat No pulling out at tho ends, Frank E. Klrby & Co. Judge P. A. Derry left Thursday morning for Chicago, 111., to Join Mrs. "Berry and visit with relatives. Mrs. 'William Welch nnd Mrs. James Scaeffer wont to Columbus Thursday aiornlng to spend tho day. Mr. John George went to Granville Thursday morning to attend to some business matters. Any cloth suit In the house Is yours at one-half price. They Meyer-Llndorf Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Petterson went to Columbus Thursday morning to upend tho day. Miss Martha ...

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. — 23 May 1911

r Htm tmmt tmtt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT, VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911 No. 41 ESTABLISHED 183 P. ENTIRE FAMILY IS Four Meet Death Newark Dennis W. Dodsoii, Wife And Two Daughters Killed While On Way To Spend Day With Friends-Horse Shies, Bnt Collides With Car Instead Of Running Off Road Father, Mother And Youngest Daughter Die Instantly -Other Child Lives Hours , The Dead. Dennis W. Dodson, 35. Mrs. Mabel Dodson, 32. Ha?el Dodson, 7. Mabel Dodson, 4 Newark, O., May 22. Four persons, constituting nn entire family, were killed at Voorhces lane, seven miles west of this city, when an lnterurban oar on the Ohio Electric lino, running at high speed and loaded with pas sengers en route to Buckejo Lake, crashpd into a horse and buggy In which Dennis Dodson, 3G; hfs wife Helen, 28; their (laughters Helen, 7, and Edith, 5, were driving to the home of a frlond sevoral miles away to .spend the day. The hoise, Which has always been a quiet one, was frightened as the car approached, and instead ...

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. — 23 May 1911

B-rt.-g-rT biijj iiViiijipiijdtii jtlrfiiitiMiii v THE DXMOORATIO BAKNIK TUESDAY, MAY i3, 1011 itwo ucwi-uorx4 B f k f K'' 1 4 SUMMARY OF k. BILLS PASSED Unci) Work. Has Been Accoin plished by This Assembly. ' SESSION LASTS FIVE MONTHS Comlderatlon of Appropriation Dlllt for 1911 and 1912; the Croeser Municipal Initiative and Referen dum Measure and Edwards Tax Assessment Bill Held Up for Final Adjournment Day, May 31. Ita task undone, the legislature re tossed late Thursday night. Final consideration will be tnken on ad journment day, May 31, of the general appropriation bills for 1011 and 1912, tarrying $14,000,000; the utilities bill, the Klmlilo corrupt practices or elec tion fraud bill, tho Crosser municipal Initiative) and referendum bill, the Ed words tax assessment bill and the congressional gerrymander. Much work of Importance has been accomplished during the present ses sion, which lasted almost live months. lleiowlth Is presented a summary containing nil the bills passed ...

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. — 23 May 1911

WTIB & CJ TUESDAY, MAV 23, 1911 OTE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRU EXAMINATION HELD A Pattorsoii'Doxwell examination was hold Saturday at tho Central school building. Thoro wero 173 ap plicants, 81 boys and 92 girls. J i C. P. TAFT TO ATTEND THE CORONATION Now York, May 20 Charles P. Taft ot Cincinnati, a bi other of the presi dent, Balled with his family today for Europe to witness the coiouatlon of George V. In London next month. i I . WHAT : f, ' - IMFTMU PROGRAM For The Elks' Minstrels To Be (Hveii Next Week Scene Of The Grand First Part is A Grill Room And Is Entitled ((A Night At The Elks' Club" I WENT THROUGH Before taking Lydia EPiukham's Vegetable Compound. Natick, Mass. lfI cannot express what I wont through during the chango lot mo betore i mea Lydia E Mnkham's voirotable Com pound. I was in such a nervous condition I could not keep still. My limbs were cold, I had creepy sensations', and I could not sleep nights. I was finally tola by two pnys icians that I also had a t...

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. — 23 May 1911

,'"TB B)W!WWffl mmmtwymrm ws'!;'"'tF??F w MC KOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911 mill tf- $&nt ' I It t r JOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oml-"mroolsJy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Satwcription Roto J1.B0 por year. Entered at the Mt. Veraon, O., post ftce as second clasa mall mattor. COX AGAIN "RETIRES" "Simultaneous with his "vindication" oC a chargo of perjury by a Cincinna ti judge. Doss George H. Cox makes another announcement of his retire ment from politics, and this tltno he stales it Is a sure-enough retirement. Things have been pretty hot for tho Boss lately, and ho has heon vigor ously pursued by a relentless prose cuting attorney. Tho Judge who ac quitted Cox on legal technicalities ev en went to tho extent of ruling that he could not again bo Indicted, and also handed out a roast to another Judge of the same court for Judicial holdings against Cox. Perhaps tho "Jlop-houBo" act of tho present legis lature thnt prevents tho colonization -or voters In Cincinna...

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. — 23 May 1911

t lt s TUESDAY, MAY 23 1911 THE DIMOOKATIO BATCI lAOR PTVH I LEVISON Is still 'Sidetracking9 Profits for the Spe cial Sale This Week . ll. I . - Tell Everybody Tell Anybody Tell Somebody Our Sale Is On . ' ' j , The jGreatest Bargains Ever Offered in CLOTHING & FURN ISHINGS this Week The success of our special sale on shoes has in duced us to put on sae the following remarkable bar gains. Be sure that you come in to see these goods at such low figures. Extra clerks to take care of the crowds yfe will wait on you at once. i Look! What Wonderful Bargains QUEEN QUALITY SHOES, 98c A splendidly purchased lot of 200 of the famous makes in blacks and tans, just bought and m newest shapes and styles, Worth $2.50, but for this week, at per year 98c MEN'S SHIRTS AT 39c 300 shirts for men bought at a low price and go at a bargain; any color, work and dress shirts, pleat' ed and negligee styles, coat shuts. Nearly every kind, All sizes; go In this sale for the low price of 39c. MEN'S STRAW ...

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. — 23 May 1911

frwyptyysfffip !r''''?nt;T'f Tfpi$flKQ$imwt' Zkyrmrytv -tw- 1 K TKE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 23 1911 V or r i CHARGE if Rorse Stealing May lie Made Against A Boy Wlo 'Sold A Hoe Rig At Jredericktown Sberiff Called And The Boy Locked Up In Jail f8 Await Further Investiga tion In Case WherItems Of Interest From The Court House Collin Strlngfellow, aged (10 years, son of Jolm Strlngfellow, residing In Knox county, southwest of Cavallo, is locked up In tho Knox county jail, -and n charge of horse stealing may bo plncod against him. . Late Thursday afternoon Sheriff Barker received a telophono message ttom tho marshal of Fredcricktown to tixf effect that a stranger was In town and wos offering a fine horse and bug gy for salo at a very low price. Tho warshal asked tho sheriff to Invest!-'gate- Accordingly Sheriff Parker drovo to Frodericktown and when ho arrived In the village ho found that Strlngfollow had sold tho horse and buggy to Bert Graham of Mt. Olload lor $7G, It appears t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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