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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 23 May 1911

JSWW'r I ehJi TUESDAY, MAY 23 r1911 1WE BIMOOKATIO BAHKXB FACE HMM K PROTEST Agaiost The History In Use In Public Schools Bq Episcopalians In Session At Cleveland . . Churchmen Allege The His tory Is Faulty. Committee is Appointed To Make Investigation Prest. Peirce Of Kenyon Named On The Committee (Cleveland 'Leader) Episcopalians throughout ttfe coun try aro stlned up over what they terra are false teachings of certain histories used in tho public schools, with ref eVence totho founding of the Angel ican churchy They claim these his tories credit Henry VIII. and Edward VI., of England, with the honor of establishing their time-honored com munion. A vigorous protest was made yes terday, at the closing session of the nlnety-fouith annual convention of the diocese of 'Ohio at Trinity Cathe dral, to theconllnuanco of these Al leged false teaciiings. The clergymen declared that grammar schools, high schools, colleges arid seminaries were all guilty of authorizing text books which conta...

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. — 23 May 1911

aitwi p -7 .,,.,,- v--"j!p---ii-r--7 Wr"- ' 'i)W,.'w WfWjTkTi iij, Tr.jgy5JJ r-fffiri' " vFSar iwwWyW'HWffWTf''"" i nyy" f -.- --- jj ...' t -.' P,y'wiy()r'ngiiwft wmwb qsus'"1 '- - 'J MMC KIHT - TEX DIKOCKATIC HAMlTBm fi TUESDAY, 'MAY 23 1911 tY. PRACTICE line For Mf. Vernon Was Tie Contest With Newark tefeatedThe Visitors ByOver wtieimiog Score Of 15 To 1 Crowd Of Over Thousand People Saw The Contest At Lake Hiawatha Park On Sunday Afternoon The Mt. Vernon Grays Defeat ed Lexington Team The Mt. Vernon team, known us tho Hlawatbn team, won a one sided gamo of baseball from tho Newark 13. & O, team at Hiawatha park Sunday after noon by a bcoio of 15 to 'i. , Tho gamo was a great disappointment to both tho management and tho spectator as the Newark team did not have u chance to win at any part of the con test. The locals scored seven runs In tho first two Innings and eight In tho fourth, making a total of fifteen, At this point Newark began to play bet ter ball and Mt. Vernon slo...

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. — 26 May 1911

-fij o.UW' , tw&mlitWmmv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911 No. 42 ESTABLISHED IN HANGED AS HE ENTERS HOUS Red Cross Surgeons and U. S. Troops Help Wounded at Juarez S; fm m TELLS COURT III 1111 FLUNK S TALK Stole- Printer Star Witness In Bribery Iriai State Gains Two Victories-Given Right To introduce Corroborative Testimony And Defense is Checked in Attempt To Extract incriminating Testimony From Witness-Stanley Harrison Repeats Conver sation With Nye On Subject Of Cleveland Subway Bill Columbus 0., Mny 25. State Printer E. A. Crawford, In his testi mony at the trial of Representative Georo B. Nye of Pike county,' charg ed with soliciting a bribe, declared Nye had Invited him to a committee room, whcio he solicited a brlbo of ?500 to pas3 tho Kimble gerryman der bill, which would havo taken Ad ams .county out of Judge A. Z. Blair's district. The state did not waste much time in striking 'right at the heart of tho alleged briUory 'evidence.- Crawford, tho stat...

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. — 26 May 1911

Oi&tmmmH )fnmifa.mMuMkmH r a TWO THE DEMOCKATIO BANHM FRIDAY MAY 26, 19 II fit II M Ift i Ift I 'A SHE R n A N lSHH fe St I Sr I l!gMMHbMlkf;Mfcrg SHERIDAN1 1 "1 "tv MEADE MCCLELLAN- jjjl wfjm&etiZt mim.Mmr am emm STONEWALL HPj ' jBr .J ' J.E.dOHNSTON JACKSONl Wf t L I ' "l M A..S JOHNSTON- ?"' . LONG&TREET" M WAFF) A fAXI ISLt-Ais.fllllllU NO more shall the warcry sever or the winding rivers be red; They banish our anger forever when they laurel the graves of our dead. I Under the sod and the dew, waiting the judgment T day; Z hove and tears fpr the Blue, tears and love for the Gray. j j ! j ! ! j j . j. j j4 j , FREDERICKTOWN tj Mr. William Mlllor and wife, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Keyes, returned to their homo In Mansfield tlio past week. Mrs. J. L. Thompson of Newark vis ited her sister, Mrs. M. J. Fawcott, tho paBt week, w MIso Mary Davis, Miss Marguerite Mnrplo nnd Mr. Lloyd Gregg havo been appointed delegates to attend tho Epworth Leaguo meeting at...

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. — 26 May 1911

EyJwi inT I K TEE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PA THM K FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911 Mr, John Eldor, who had boon play ing In an orchestra hi Missouri, for tho past ooason, arrived In Mt. Vornon last ovonlng to spend tho Bummer with his parents, Mr. and MrB. J. V, V. Elder, North Mulborry street. Professional Cards Attorncys-afLaw L. B. HOUOK ATTORNEY-AT -LAW Offlco Rogers building, No. Ill 8 out I Malm street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Roonu 2 and 3, second floor. FRANK 0 LEVERING ATTORNEY -AT. LAW All buslHoss of logal nature iv prompt attextlom and especially ti practice in tho Probate Court. Offlc No. 9 East High street, Mt. Venom, O Now 'Phoao, Offlco 104; Resldoac It If yof own anything, have It Insured WILL J. "Doc" WELSB THE FIRE IN8URANCE MAN 8 East Gambler street. Mt. Vormon, O Citizens' 'Phoae 23 Red Luther A. atream ,:, Wm. F. Rime' . STREAM & RIMER REAL E8TATE AND LOANS Farms and city property bought, sole and exchanged. Properties rested na rents collected. Fire lasuranco a epe clalty. Repre...

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. — 26 May 1911

Uf n;,iii sii Mm fci wQVWNAM&tWNNW0,t$?tJ&&1fltQftQQ6tplt04fW&B0tBj&9 BBOFSBpiBWW ftu.iijtWi'irt ;iww MM 1 fj-W! UnlMA il" nr ip-rv- rwee four THE DEMOCRATIC l BANNER FRIDAY MAY 26, IBM I Hf M ' &.v .. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oiaQ.l,X7rool3cJLy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE gfeecriptIon Rate 1.60 per year. Entered at tlio Mt. Vernon, O., post eAce as second class mall matter. SHORT LOCALS Mr. E. P. Maxwell of I,lma spent TXiesday In Jit. Vernon on business. Mr. Charles B. Mcecli of Grand Rapids, Mich., was a business visitor n tho city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. H, Chaso liavo ar rived from Washington to spend tho --summer in Mt. Voruou and Sparta. Mr. Prank L. Beam raado a business 'trip to Columbus Wednesday morn ing. Mr. Michael Nixon returned last ov cning from Chicago, III., where ho 'took tho Pasteur treatment. Mr. V. T. Hart of Delaware was a twwlncss visitor in Gambier ovor Wed jocsday. Itcv. O. W. ShoulU rfllumod. to his. homo in Delta, Ohio, after...

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. — 26 May 1911

ESW V ""yr" l j'rn ? "fTJfl-"" i'i 4 dJ FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1911 TEX DEMOCRATIC BAHtfEK pass nv ELKS Made A Great Hit With Their Minstrel Show At The ParK Theatre On Wednesday Evening The Songs And Jokes Great ly Pleased The Jodience Special Scenery And Electric al Effects for The Show HI 1 DREN Ate Samples Of , Some Kind 1 Of Pills And Were Made Very Sick For Short Time Tho Mt. Vornbn Elks pleased a largo audience at the Park thcatro Wednes day ovenlng, the occasion being tho 7th annual minstrel show given under the personal direction of Messrs. Rod Tulloss and Joseph M. Conroy, mem bers of tho local lodge. The Bhow was good from start to finish and tho performers and members are to bo congratulated on the successful man ner in which It was carried out. In order to afford a little diversion from the, UBual minstrel show, the "cir cle" was done away with and tho stage Betting represented a grill room Seated about at tables wore tho intro locutor, Mr. Stephen J. Dorgan and tho singers. T...

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. — 26 May 1911

JfpiT'vlJ JPvWmTv '" "' '1fw'?tvpi'?5W' ,"''fffMsgpr"j s,4v,T'i5, ,-9 it "rf- -r"--oST',.ipi4f?Srjrr- r"" .pwwtaM wrP MMME six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNED FRlbAY MAY 26, 1D1T ? E8f 12' PROGRAM lor Commencement Week A! Id! ii on College Mi Hi i! Graduates Who Will iKeceive Degrees baccalaureate Sermon By ilii! liisliop Of Kansas 7(ie Alumni Orator Will Be Rev, C, E, Byrer Program For Tbe Week Com mencing June 24 Gambler, O., May 23 Tho comploto program for tho eighty-third annual "commoncomont of Kcnyoii'CoUogo has bccn arranged and is as follows: Saturday, J Urns 24th 2:O0 p. m. Tennis; collego courts. :00 p. m. Senior informal, Hosoo OJjdl. Sunday. June 25th 7:30 a. m. Colobration of Holy TJommunlon, Church of tho Holy Spirit. 10:30 a. m. Ordination sorvlco; or-'-4Inafion to tho Dlacoaato by tho Dish sop ol Ohio. V:30 p. m. Coilogo Baccalaureate (service; sermon by tho lit. Ilov. K. C. -Uaillspaugh, D. D., Uistiop of Kansas. 9:00 p. m. Coliego singing by tho ' Gleo"Club near Kohko Hall. ...

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. — 26 May 1911

wt 5JjT :', a FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1111 ran DXMOORATIO BAMirxm PAor L & PICNIC A Of Pike Township Schools On June 10 Tho schools ot Plko township will hold a union school picnic' on Satur day, Juno 10, hi Walter Gllmoro's grovo near tho Arnold school house. Tho day will bo enlivened by tWo ball games, ono being tho married men versus tho single men of North Liberty. A literary program consisting of songs, declamations nud most import ant of all an address by Superintend' ent W. W. llordon of Predorlcktown, upon "Tho Noods of tho ltural Schools," a subject of prlmo import ance which all tho parents and pupils of tho township schools should hear. MiibIo by North Llborty's now band will bo given through tho ontlro day's recreation. All parents aro urged to bo present to oncoura'g'o tho pupils, and schools. Como early with well-filled baskets and stay all day. At request of Plko township teach ers. W, P. Ileam, Pres. OBITUARY j j a 4 a j j j4 j j j Eveline Williams Evollno Williams died a...

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. — 26 May 1911

.. pi- ijdirrws y-yy-Tyo- T-!1 fT"" vrgw "V.ctft?" -jp,,., i Ti...yT,,i;!)..ij.ii).l.. ,i.l.ili..f " 'rUflCW rtr" ,JKHiW,!!!"w'"fi y"wPfV Aimti ( MK IHT TM1 BJBHOCKATIO S. FRIDAV MAY 28, 1911 Pifl if ' i 0 et. i .V, '!'.? 711 .g. NORTH LIBERTY Mrs. Miller Davidson and son of TJUca visited at Stanley Lahmoh's last Sunday. Frod Wlnemlllcr and wife of Belle Tlllo visited at Harvoy Deal's la3t Sun day. Mrs. Georgo Teeter Is visiting rela tives In Mansfield this week. Snyder and Crunkllton are sawing Iho lumber to bo used in rc-bulldlng a barn for Dean Johnson. MIsb Wealthy Ramsey, who Is work ing in Mansfield, visited her parents, last Sunday. Somo person broke In several win dows in A. M. Dunmlre's house on the Oswnlt farm last Sunday night. 'y, MT. ZION Mr. Tom Athey of Coshocton spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolfe. Mrs. Jdary Flanagan of ColumbuH Mr. and Mrs. Cass Ilino of Ited Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Norrls and Miss Velma Hall of Uladensburg spent Sun day with Mrs....

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. — 30 May 1911

u " -tfWUBI WA J'r. -' , WtHIIriWOMKimil0lriirtnMie-wt- - , wnuIIJ !WWW " - - lfri''mVlfWmi"-0t' 'tm -.. w-' a.'' ""'' ."'""S'" " ""''" "" ""if'i n jnwnllj jmpmM,nii i.m.w x er--- - saw; -i nm;- lumu't ' ,x ,.:.tH , i j .j j?'i t leu , ml' jrt'n'i; ij 'in l i.ji .i i, ; "ij"' i ,.1 . t 1 1. f ' l 'irS '-i. ,r ; . . . . i K mttuetr . , ! ''l iff- :M Ct ftjMfif PAIGE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911 No. 43 ESTABLISHED 1834 Tr !. --V V t , -F ramrnaxiriu V flB "V I J -1 a. J HiH IJJC w ! ', TWO KILLED IN ILLINOIS STORM Villil e 01 Pukin .;U Hurricane Wind Jumps Across River, Destroying MonufQCturing Plants, Uprooting Trees And Smashing Window Glass-Twenty Bali Players Seek Safety Behind Grandstand When Storm Approaches And Several ; Are Injured In Collapse Of Structure Peoria, III.,, May 29.--'Two persons were- killed and much property de stroyed in a hurricane which struck Pekin, 10 miles south, of here. Tho dead are Clyde Sakers, 14, and Frank Woodley, 15. The pumping ...

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. — 30 May 1911

" -,t- c r- r . PWTS '"THf. 79 U . .V TWO THI DIMOORATIO BAKKIK TUESDAY, MAY 30, 19H pt,,,. . .i..HIH(.i l'P'Mtl.iilf,'f cn-P-m'ifl-n- '" Ji "J,inrr '" ' -- 0 tSM'; M at lit r, t L fill w I i i'f 9 i. i1 B ftfr r ? SENATORS HATE i TO DROP PROBE $nk Ways and Means to Pro - long Session, WEDNESDAY IS QUITTING TIME Ufa of Committee Will End With Adjournment and No Way to Com pel Attendance of Witnesses Has Yet Been Devised Defense In Nye Bribery Case Use State Printer Crawford's Deputy In Effort to Dis credit Story of Bribe Solicitation. Columbus, O.. May 27. Tho senato "bribery Investigating committee, "whoso efforts to compol witnesses to t08tlfy wcro blocked, aro busy dis cussing ways and moans to prevent final adjournment of the legislature noxt Wednesday, the day selected for tor tho final getaway. Tho obstaclo put In their way was tho faction of tbrco of tho witnesses subpenned, Editor B. E. Cook of tho Columbus Citizen, Editor N. O. Cochran of tho Toledo Nows-Bee and Attorney C....

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. — 30 May 1911

TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911 TBI DXMOORifflO BAITHEK PAOC THRU IIM Array Of Summer Btaes Is Now Displayed In All Tin; Fashionable Shops In The East White Lawn The Material Most In Vogue Cotton Voile Also Shown In Many Places Plumes Of Two Colors Are Used On Hats (By FlorencoFalrbanks) Now York, May 27 All tho fashion able shops display fine arrays of sum mer blousos, olthor imported or mado after Imported models. Most of them are handsome and particularly strik ing by their studied and highly ef fective simplicity. All kinds of em broidery are used on them Eyelet Is returning to favor; bead embroidery Is undeniably well Installed in the dec oratlvo ranksj Bulgarian, Venetian, hedobo, oriental and Madeira are oth er styles' of ornamentation used on these summer blouses. Colored em broidered llngerlo blouses are very popular. Tho collarless blouse seems to bo a favorite, and tho three-quarter Bleevo promises cool comfort dur ing the hot season. Hemstitching, drawnwork and a touch of lace gle...

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. — 30 May 1911

I imi.Jidilni " "rmir',r"''i''c' wM1, "t'-HWiyiiif'jyjifurV'Tjf PAGE FOUR TM1 DEMOCRATIC BANlflR TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911 a: MfeWiftoWMMttlilW Ala m, m- , KOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor okq.i- w'oolsly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate J1.60 por year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post offlco as second class mall matter. EMI-CENTENNIAL OF PHILIPPI DATTLE Phlllppl, W. Va., May 29 The great Ilomc-Comlfig week, arranged by tlio local board of trado and tbo citizens of Phlllppl In general, to commoinor nto tho GOth annlvorsary of tlio first land engagement of the Civil War, which took place at Phlllppl, began Hits morning under tho most auspi cious conditions. Tho town Is full of visitors from all part of tho Stale and 'tho crowd Is constantly swelled by now arrivals. Tho ofllclal colobrallon began this morning with a military ealuto and latflr In tho day a grand mass meeting was held, presided over by Judgo Als 'ton O. Dayton. Mayor J. Dlackburn Waro welcomed tho visitors, and...

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. — 30 May 1911

iL-ya (I TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911 THX DIMOOXATIO BAHlCElt iaoe mm S PILGRIMAGE APPLICATION TENDER MONUMENT MONUMENT CHARGE i To Frcdcricktown Made By Clinton Commandery To Attend Services On Sun day Afternoon At Tiie Presbyterian Church In That Village Excellent Musical Numbers Given At Tbe Service List Of Those Who Made Tbe Pilgrimage The officers and members,' of Clin 'ton Commandery, 'No. '5, Knights Templars, mado a.pllgrimagci to -Fried-cricktown, O., Sunday, to attoud di vino Borvlccs in commemoration, of the Ascension of our TGord. Tho 'sor- vices were held at the Presbyterian! church wjth. a sermon by tho Rev. H. M. Noble. ' " " Tho mombors' of thb commandery wont to Fredorlcktown on the train and In automobiles. At the Masonic Hall they were cordially received by the members, of .the commandery. re? siding inVFredeiicktown. At 3:30 o'clock a line of march was formed aijd, the commandery entered tho church as the choir si ig "Onward Christian Soldiers." An excellent sormon was ...

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. — 30 May 1911

rx.a tto ir v- 4ifiNri,MmM r Mwwrwpri Btt'J VASE1 BIX THE DKBCotJRATIG J8ANOTE TUE8DAY, MAY 30, 1911 E3Srae23E22i i I I r PREPARING A PLAC FOR HIS BETROTHED 1 Long Engagement About to 6e Consummated. bridegroom and Bride Soon to .Be Revealed in Great Glory. What This Denouement Implies to the Whole World. IJ .o h t o n , slay 28tli. rnstor Rus noil preached twlco bore today. Ho had largo nnd In tellectual a u d 1 -enccs as .usual. Wo report ouo of lilwdlscourficafrom tho text, "I go to prepare a place for yoii; and I -will come again nnd rccclvo you unto iy6clf, Hint whero 1 nm tlicro yo may bo also" (Jobn xlv, 2, 3)- Wic.Bpoultcr sald: Doubtless wo all Imve In. mind tbo fact that wo have Just passed tlio an niversary of our llcdecmer'tf ascension to Uie right hand of ,tho Father to the highest placo In nil tlio Universe, next to the Almighty Father. Ho as--cended uji where 'HeMv.as before to -the uplrlt plane of UHfng, with added -excellence of glory nnflJiouor, iho ro wan! of IIIh...

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. — 30 May 1911

I 55?C5 s&WW9QEf .""if w ftfpSS TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911 TKE DIKOGBATIO BAHKIft PAQK THftm 5 wwh fji.ufc.t...i i, - .1.. '.:., ",' CRUSHED Was James Johnson's Skull Like An Egg Shell And Death Resulted Almost Instantly Man Caught Between Traction Engine And Baler While Working On A Fdrm Near Gambler The Deceased Survived By Six Little Children A fatal accident occurred late Thursday afternoon on the Charles Colwlll farm, south of Gambler, when James Johnson, aged about 40 years, was killed almost Instantly when he was caught between a traction en gine and a hay-baler and his skull crushed In to that death resulted shortly after the accident. Johnson had been working about tho farm during tho day and in the after noon ho was engaged iu assisting in moving tho baler from one location to another on tho farm. The traction'' engino was brought into use and a pole was placeu against tho engino and the other end against tho baler and in this way the baler was to be re moved to the locatio...

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. — 30 May 1911

J vwtaftifatHr DIMOORATIO JBAHKlEm TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1Bil XSSI I: 'i, m HQ1T LOCALS: Butter 15c: eggs 15e. Mr. Carl Coynor wont to Cqlumbus Monday morning on business. Mr. O. W. Snow ot Danvlllo was n Tlsttor In Uio city over Sunday. Galls cured by Hanford's Dalsam without stopping work. Mrs. Annlo Sapp of Danvlllo spent Monday in tho city tho guest of Mrs, James Schaeffer. Mr. Winchester Faust, of this city, "will attend tho aviation meot at Driv ing. park in Columbus Tuesday Mr. Joseph Myers went to Colura bus Monday morning to spend tho day o& business. , ,r Mr. H. F. Wilkinson of Dutler, Ohio, apent Sunday with friends in Mt. Ver non. Hanford's Dalsam prevents gan grene by keeping tho sore clean and healing It Mr. Edward L. Parker wont to Orr grille Monday morning to make' a short business visit. Mr. Joo Salmon ot Chicago Is the guest ot Miss Nollio Dartlott, 104 W. Walnut. MIbb Viola Prehso of Cleveland Is tho guest of friends in Mt Vernon tor several days. Mr. and Mrs. John...

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. — 2 June 1911

Kf t.ajutw,.1? K - t H PRICE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911 No. 44 ESTABLISHED 1831 TEN LOSE LIV DERBY ENDS IN REGULAR DELUG LATURE IS Homemade Cannon Battered ihe Walls of the Mission at Juarez X i KrtawfclwweT-! t., wt-'Mljls-, -17-w-wi-iaiawulMfo n'iwww.miiwikji W 1 1 iii:; I k & N 1 AKF Erie's Waters Lashed To Fury By Fierce Hale Cleveland And Lorain Suffer Greatest Damage-Iii Addi tion To Fishermen Who Were Drowned When Frail Craft Capsized, Many Persons Are Reported Missing-Trees In Forest City Uprooted, Glass Windows Shattered And Shipping Damaged Clevelund, O., June 1. For Ave minutes the wind tore through north ern Ohio, leaving death and destruc tion in Its wake. Ten are dead, many missing and scoros injured, while the proporty loss "will easily reach ?1, 000,000. Shipping In the Cleveland .harbor was scattered, buildings shaken and giant trees twisted from their roots. Seven wero drowned in Lake Erio off tho Cleve and shore, as tho storm caught flshoim...

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. — 2 June 1911

Jfl nvnr Tr - y r "ftjV'Xfcrt kv-- 'r'iwvirw.-,fTfr,iiWB(j!Hra ramriR"P BnfJF 9MMETW0 THE DEMOORATIO BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911 '""WWliJi" I, r ft ,f e i INTERESTING FEATURES CMtalned In The June Number OI The National Monthly National Monthly, ot which xt.n M. Mack Of tllO Chair-Demo- cratlo national committee Is the edit or, and which Is now Rcnorally roc- ognlred nB tho oiuciai urB. Democratic party, Is out In Us Juno number with an Interesting article on Governor Woodrow Wilson ot Now Jersey. Through tho columns of Na tlonal Monthly, each month, Chair man Mack Is now caning tho alien Hon of tho DomocratB ot tho country to tho formidable array of brilliant men that tho several Htates have to offer to tho Democratic national con vention of noxt year for the presiden tial nomination. Governor Wilson oc cuplps tho center of tho stage In the Juno number ot National Monthly, and ono of tho most Interesting ar tides over written nbout this scholar In politics Is presented to tho Doino...

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