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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 June 1911

h FRIDAV,, JUNE. 0,1911.. , TH DEMOCRATIC JJAWM1K " PAQE SCVWft i 1 ,'f fir u j. j j j j .j .j. ! j j j j FREDERICKTOWN J .J. .J. ., . .J. ., . .J. Mary Mcpnughy returned to hor homo In Columbus last weok. Clarence Lyon( ChaB, Kooso, A, B, Snalr, fJhafj. Sttnomotz and 0. Hop kins wcro visitors In Columbus last weok. Mr. M. T. Deck took In tho aviation exhibition at Columbus ltiBt weok and pronounced It Krcat Mr, Harry Gibson Is now employed at llio U D. Wagner clothing store. Mr. ami Mrs. Wheeler Gallcher of Baltlmoio, Md., who liavo boon taking in the sights at tho Panama canal, on their return trip stopped off at Fred erlcktown to visit soveral days with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Howes. Mr. Galle her Is general freight agent of the B. & O, railway and has been given a va cation of several months on account of his health. This week they start for a trip through Europe. The 3Cth wedding annlvorsary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles WIso occurred last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Bab cock of Mareng...

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. — 9 June 1911

'Vfg$Ptt .JajaJmiU. i;ijiifiiif til ftf'.iW; 1 W i - " -tf'-a-iHt RMLHE MlliUT TEE BIKQOKJLTOG BA3timi rnriAV JUne 9, Mil ITaftfpi-- a i- k FO r u I i I If 9 I: ' I I I- 1 9 &- : r I ; 1'' a. r - ,$, UNION GROVE fr t $" i!,,!,,i,,i,,i,i,,i,,!,,i"i' IRsr. Holm will All his regular np Wiiment at this place Sunday morn HK snJ evening, Juno 11th. Misses Edith and Gladys Hays spent Sunday at Buckeye City, the gucat of their grandparents. Mrs. O. B. Kawcett of Columbus, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. V. Wolfe. Prof. Clarenco Fawcett Is at homo for his summer vacation. Mlss33 Mnudo Dudgeon and Bcsslo Do Your Cooking in the Cool A hot kitchen is little better than a prison in summer. But the range is there, so all the cooking end the washing must be done there, too. What a relief it would be to move the range where you pleased. You can do this with a New Perfection Oil Cook atove cook your dinner out on the porch, if you like. It is the only range that is really po...

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. — 13 June 1911

" '' I ' 9WM r--Tis-n' K ittttfjcfttfijt guttir . s PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911 No. 47 ESTABLISHED 183 Iv-H P K- S X ELEMENTS AT wind lain, Lipnif And Fire Mix Tilings Generally ' Death Toll Readies Three-Two Codies Washed Ashore At Gravesend Bay And Man Is Killed By Jove's ' Thunderbolt At Jersey City Crowd Of 25,000 Stampeded When Circus Tents Brow Over And Six Women Are Trampled Under Feet Ot Crowd ."New York, Juno 12. Three lives wero lost nnd property valued at hundreds of thousands of Hollars was destroyed In tho combined wind and ralnstoim that 'swept over the terri tory adjacent to this city. Two bodies wore washed ashore at (Jravesend bay. The third death tool: place In Jo: so City, where pavld Clark was electrocuted by the fall of a live wire. , At Coney Inland tents and shacks erected on the site of tho recent flro were blown down and somo whirled out to sea;, .,..,. At Patorson, N. J., 200 bis trees were uprooted, carrying down with them electr...

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. — 13 June 1911

IT"-- PTf.Yp,7T"f S33TMK jyiitV- T" nw ti' i;r it-4-. -.--. ,,-.-.- two Tine D1M00RATI0 BAHHEft TUESDAY, JUNE 13 1911. -. "p3!rJ7t II i ? I; 5 ii it i It I' SHEEP Ciaiios To Amount Of $1,977.- 15 Have Been Allowed ly The Commissioners Of Knox County Attorney Houck Sues For Ills Fees Tho county commissioners In regu lar sosBlon on Friday allowed shocii Claims to tho amount or ?1,977.15. o Sues For Attorney Fees Lewis B. Houck has commenced a cult la tho court of common pleas of "Knox county against John W, Hawko -and Charles 0. Hubboll.' Tho plaintiff eays that m tho May torm of court liOfi, tho plnlnllff was attorney for tho Mondants In which tho ucntcruurK Building & Loan Co. was plaintiff. Tho rilalntlli states that his attorney fees Ju this case amounted to $125 and that no part of this amount has over been paid oy tho defendants. I.owls B. Houck and P. U. ' -' are tho at torneys for tho plaintiff. o The Rees Will The last will nnd testament of Sarah It. Hoes, lato of Clinton...

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. — 13 June 1911

itBmwy TUESDAY. JUNE 13, 19lf. THE DEM00EATI0 JSANlCi PAGE THRIft lpjfpppppfr ur VERDICT OF IN THE Deliberations Of Jury Covered Period Of Seven Hours VERDICT IS FOR But tomes With It Guilt Of Ad ministering Poison Defendant Receives Verdict With Composure Lorge Crowd Present To Hear The Result Notice Given Of Motion For New Trial Which Will Be Heard At An Early Day Defendant Released On His Present Bond Jurors Agree To Give Out ' No Information As To Anything Connected With Deliberations Michael T. Lee was found guilty of manslaughter at 10:17 o'clockFrlday" right, the jury deliberating from 3:15 p. m., a period of seven hours and two minutes. Whllo the form of the verdict is a -finding of guilty of manslaughter and no mention is made In It of administer, ing poison, yet it of necessity covers both counts of the Indictment, as a verdict of guilty of manslaughter In the case depended upon a finding that the poison was administered. The penalty for manslaughter Is from 1 to 20 year I...

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. — 13 June 1911

HB"l""B VMM&jfci mi iiS iifm uimimmitdttimintikUM ' "f V 'a P 0 AE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY JUNE 13 1911. i l1WJIMIIWWmilMMlMIMIIPHlMI.il 111 PA f- r MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor fi - m l - W o lady 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Kate fl.CO per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post ofilco ne second class mail matter. Services Held By Two Lodges Un Sunday Oilil Fellows And Ben Slur Honor Their Dead Memorial services were held Sun Hlay by two lodgos of Mt. Vernon tho Odd Follows and Eros Court Tribe of -Den Hur. Tho members of Qulndaro lodge, No. 316, Mt. Vernon lodge, No. 20, I. 0. O, F., and Kiiok Rcbcknh lodge, Daughters of Itebck.ah, attended ser vices at tho Gay Htrec'. M. 10. church Sunday morning whore a memorial sermon was delivered by tho pastor, - tho Kov. K. D. Darnell. There was a largo congregation present. A flue sormon was delivered by the Kov. Mr. Dnrnott. At tho Vino street Church of Christ the mombcrs of Eros Court Trlbo of Den Hur attond...

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. — 13 June 1911

j - v? Tw "" fffJFTrV'V' 17" i ,f',,r5t-flW s . TUE8DAY, JUNE 13, 1011. TIM DEMOCRATIC BANMEK PAQt PIVft L"5 ' " H SE KIN To The Graduating Ciass Of The High School Delivered By Rev. (ra - Houston Sunday Night J, Impressed Upon The; Mind Of His Hearers Self-Reliance Urged The Graduates To f Think For Tliemsevles Many In Attendance To Hear The Fine Sermon Tho annual baccalaurcato sermon was delivered to the graduating class of 1911 of the Mt. Ver non high sch&ol by Rev. Ira J. Hous ton at the Congregational church on Sunday evening. At :30 o'clock, tho time for the services to begin, tho church was crowded to Its capacity and a largo number of persons were unable to remain during the evening. Tho church was prettily decorated with tho class colors, purple and white, and the class was seatca In the center tier of seals near the front. The MiWk 'im& IHI to every ono (o form now and bioad onlng Ideas. Tho systoms of oducatlon oro moro broad today than has ovor bcon tho cneo nlnc...

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. — 13 June 1911

BUS WWiytrUMIl iMWI ITJJ- -t - - p rvT,fn9rrFffi-v?u in "n-ri W'f 'H iVIKllft'"'VWfl Afc six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK TUESDAY JUNE 13 1911. if If! t l r PASTOR SORRECT RUSSELL S ERRORS lis Jewish Paradise Not the Christian's Heaven. HIE BI2LE INTERPilETEO, Uroprosaton Thai tho Old Testament Scripture Are Obsoleto la Errono naWIII tho Now Interpretation Dissolve Our Theological Clouds and TRsfresh Us In a Cloarer LlalilT A Masterly Exposition. 8t. IOiilff, Mo., Juno 11. raster llusscll preached here, twice today to fir en t audi dences. Both ad dresses were out ot Uio ordinary nuU well calcu lated to tuako Uio bearers sit up and (alto notice. Wo report one of theso discourses rom a text wo never boforo heard treated and did not even know wok tu (lie 1(1 ljlo (Acts 11, 31): "For David la not ascended Into tho heavens." TUe Old Testament Scriptures wo ac cept as of equal authority Willi tho New Testament, said Pastor llusscll, 'because Jesus and tho Apostles so ac--ccptcd them, and Indeed...

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. — 13 June 1911

' n4puW t-.fTO-TyTli:f,iF,,l,)t, PW '"JHWUlNH"" TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1811. TMX DXMOOKATIO BAIOIXX PA9E 8EVCM - '4. j w K IMIIIIIHWIWWMM Jociety News Outing -At Riverside Tho Coiitntl Union Telephones opera tors enjoyed an outing at nivorsldo Park Thursday evening. At six o'clock an elegant supper was oorved on tho lawn, which all enjoyed. The remalndet of tho evening was spent In games. o 50th Anniversary vi Celebrate Tho vonernblo Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam' Woodford of Coshocton nvonuo celebrated their fiftieth wedding an niversary this afternoon. Several of their friends jpont the afternoon with them ' and partook of an enjoyable tea. ' Coming Nuptials Invitations have been received by friends In this city to the coming nup tials or Miss ZellaJanePhllllps.daughJ tor of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Phillips of Jeannette, Pa., and Mr. Robert Eugene Fluke of Alto6na, Pa., which will oc cur on Wednesday jsvenlng, June 28, at the bride's home. Miss Phillips is a sister of Mr. E. J. Phillips of West Vi...

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. — 13 June 1911

jtttt r ." . v? s jl-1 .h : s?f ti 55ta gMsa.giHaZiaacai T3 ,t ...... i-wyif nwtf Twvi"rf"'W''"wiryTft -rt- rp - -- A wnsw- mmjh ac i wo THX'DEMOORATIO BAHTOEJt TUESDAY; JUNE 13 19i1j r E. I 1 & I-' W fie IT TURNED OUT ALL WRONG Br ELLEN BANKHURST Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Effle Efflo Is tny nleco Is n good fctrL but Impractical. Sbo Is an or Jiban and was loft to tny caro and guardianship by my sister, wbo was fete years older than 1. I "promised to '(bring Effle up properly, do tho best I could with her property and sco that ho married well. Sbo Is now eight een, and I'm very much afraid sbo la caning toward that beggar Lawrence Beckwlth. Therefore I inn going to attempt to throw her In tho way of Martin Sayler. air. Saylnr Is thirty six, well off and has an excellent so cial posltlou. I don't beltevo In girls soarrylng men of their own age. A trl needs a man older than herself to keep her In training. Summer has come, nnd I havo a louse party at my cotln...

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. — 16 June 1911

Ll&jI wy7 " r R. tar.Ai.''' " r "Vi m gitumtf tm mttueir PRICE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, 0., E 16, 1911 No. 48 ESTABLISHED Hit O i i.i . i- 1 &' i - -' oawus. tt iw ..a mm fflt f rXlDJLY , JUN ?. . h ) I'" i i f - FAILS TO SOLVE VOUCHER PUZZLE earetary Knox Appears ' House Committee Oeoies Direct Knowledge. Of Mlxup Over Purchase Of Day Portrait And Repeats Testimony Furnished By Consul Michael At Calcutta-Declares That Voucher For $5,000 Given To Hale Was Irregular, But That Claim Was PerfectIyJust Washington, June 15. As lie seal- d himself in the witness chair be-' lore the committee that is investigate jag expenditures in ie Btate depart ment, Secretory Knox remarked to Chairman Humlln: "You've played thlB up in first-class stylo; if ybu ever -get out of congress you -ought to manage a theatrical company.'' Secretary Knox was referring p&i Uxiularly to the Democratic chair man's conduct of the inquiry into the fco-called Lis;) portrait case. Mr. Knox theVet oa .laid .bef...

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. — 16 June 1911

' fcmwrwo THE DEMOCRATIC BAHtfE ' FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911i j.V- V1 n V h t w V m, ;k 4t J.J.JJ.J.I.t4,j,,.J . FREDERICKTOWN 4. i"!4,!'!'!Z"(,!4"3' Tfee "Woman's Christian Temporance TJsJon held a very Interesting meeting M tho homo of Mrs. 8. Zent Thursday Tnlng( June 8, under tho leadership f Mrs. Jennie Ball, superintendent of GWttwer Missions. Alter the devotlonals and tho busi ness hour, the parliamentary supcrln 'tendent gave a splendid drill on tho constitution of tho union. We were reminded thnt Juno 22 was morlal day. IJy notion It was do tided to meet at tho homo of Mrs. TDftll Thursday, June 22, at 3:30 p. m., Standard time, each member to bring -4toree bouquets and march to the come tery -where the memorial services will te held. The superintendent of Flower Mis sions now took charge and the follow- tee program was rendered: Reading Mrs. Hall. Piano Duett Leona Wagner and "Wilda Klnehart. Story of Jennie Casseday Mrs. Oarr. Vocal Trio Mrs, Hambly, Mrs. No We nnd Miss Kowley...

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. — 16 June 1911

n TT.,,r t FniDAY, JUNE 18, 1911. TMM DEMOCRATIC BAHlfHl PAQC THMM tf)V'!F'iT?'iri$- ,J Vf I ? t v m ftM " i Mr. find Mrs. Carl IllokottB rt turnrid to their homo In Columbus Wodnosduy morning ntlor a Bhorl via It with Mrs. Hlckotts' parents, Judgo nnd MrB. .T, D. Walght of East High otroot. Beware of Ointments for Catarch That Contain Mercury tin mercury will auroly deatniy tho Bonso of ninull and complotoly (loranco tho wholo system wlicn onlcrlnt; It through Ilia muroua BUrlaecs, Such articles should ncvirbd uflwl except on prescriptions fi 0111 unutablo physicians, tut tho dfimuro Ilioy will do In ten (old tu tho irood yoit enn posilbly dcrlvo from thorn. Itall'n Catarrh Cure,, manufactured by F. J. f'henay A Co., Toledo, O., contalna no mercury, nnd U taken Internally, nctltiR directly upon tho blood and mucous sur-f-i ci of the nystcm In buying Hall's f'n nr'i f'-rti hi sure you trot tho conu v ' 'nl'n Infernally and maun In 1V' 1n O'-tn by P. J. Chonny & Co. Tos llmoHillK...

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 June 1911

rv fi 'V"'" -T-" '- 1r,'lTWI'1,?'','W,lffWwGl WFKMmmmmwvjmrmmmmm -r(w "'StWB. -"-trninfir- $rfappj 'jWBilH'V'S' 'ny,vFr'',iiri5W7f5J ' ? . " 'fljjjJHjjimmmLLl.l-., 1 P" WOR Cfte 35mm&tu fa, WIOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRAtK HARPER, Editor i03taaLl-"Vro olacJLy MONUMENT SQUARE tifcwcrlptlou Rate 81.60 por year. tered at the Mt. Vornon, O., post- as second class mall matter. "4 $ J 'i" ! t f "I J i ! h $. onrrUAIMT ji i ! j j 4 ! ! I 'h l Captain Halllo Hammond A telegram wa rcoolvod by Mr. John C. Hammond of Millwood Wod- Miny mornlnfi announcing tho dewh of his nephew. Captain Hnulo Hammond In command of. a company of V. S. soldiers r.teUoired near Kl ao, Texas, on Um Moxican bordor. According to tho message Ue died f urnomic poisoning on Tuesday af ternoon, having been ill but a short tint:. Ho va3 3 years ot ago and Is survived, by his wife, his fathor and Brother atjd onq brother. Tho ro aaalns will bo taken to his homo in liuBhvillc, 111., where Uic funorat wilt occur. Interment wil...

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 June 1911

JB' tJ '"-" 'f a f 5 :& M I ' 'V t ' PV ,,. , lm FRIDAY, JUNE 16 1111. LEE ESCAPES Ti PENITENTIARY Is Given Five-Years, But Sentence Is Suspended COURT GIVES Hi To Make A Good Citizen And Lead A Proper Liief Judge" Wiefiiioni Reviews Conditions At Length And Quotes Extensively From Eminent Criminologists y Arrivinq At Conclusion Re formation Is Desideratum Instead Of Infliction Of Per sonal Punishment As Being The Correct Theory Of The Law i Sentence tcntlary. " -Five years In the peril- Sontenco suspended without condl tlon. This' is the termination of the case against Michael T. Lee. " Today Mr. Lee is as free man as' he ever was In his life, as a result of the Judgment of Judge Wlckham in com mon pleas court Thursday morning. When court opened Thursday morn ing, only a few spectators were pres ent, and tkoyVero mostly, people who wero Interested In cases In which decisions were to be rendered. How ever, it soon bocanie noised about that the Lee case was to be up on the mo tio...

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 June 1911

-iTnririiiiit ' - - " "rrFtWt ' -'rftmpirr- rr r."-1" fM" '""T WOjWsji?' PAGE SIX THE DEMOOBATIC BANOTBfc FRIDAY, .JUNE Ifl, 19(1. &9mi -., (V ' i i . V ' t f 1 t SHUCKING Fatal Accident Occurs On Monument Square Nil I - In Which Mr. John S. Ring wait Loses His Life While Trying To "Crank" Mr. Ben Ames Automobile lie Fell Backward Striking Head On Tiic Pavement And DjatlilCame In Short Space Of Time John S. Rlngwalt, ptie of Mt. Ver non's well known and' popular,' young men, met with a fatal and ahocklng accident Monday evonlng at 5:15 o'clock In, front of the pootoffice on Monument square. Tho ozact cause of tho accldont will porhaps nover bo known. It Is true that a largo number of persons wit nessed tho accident, but, no many dif ferent stories aro lolil by oyo-wltnesa-ob that It Is almost itupotialblo to toll just how the fatality occurred. Mr. Ring wait had been riding with Mr, and Mrs, Hon Amen and children In their large touring car and a atop was mado in front of (he pos...

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 June 1911

TMM PMOOBATIO BAlfHllt CAtK KVIN y V IN J i h ROKE UP Cburcb Social And Youllis Are Arrested Girls Caused The Arrest Of The Offenders ( Cosh oc tou 'limes) Warrnnts Woro issued Tuosday Horning for tho arreut of nix men who TtBltod a social given last Saturday night by tho ralBRion class of tho Conesvllle M. E. Sunday school, bo . name Intoxicated, flourished .dirk Xnlvcs, drove fractious horses through the crowd, throto beer bottles, sworo and used vile language, and summing it all up, paluted the social a deep scarlet. Tho names of the men who broke up' the social and ngainst whom tho affidavits were filed in Squire Staats court, are: Martin Gulliiams, Davis Hollow. Cecil Minor, Ulosser settlement. Archie Hankins, Uoncsvllle. Manning Taylor, Davis settlement. William Hakor, Davis Hollow. Bennett Corder, near Concsvllle. Six lyoung ladies of Conesvllle, all members of tho Mission Class in tho Conesvllle M. E. church,' who gavo the social, came to Coshocton this morning on the Wheeli...

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 June 1911

SSSSSSimMtMiJmt'im if wwmmw v$siwv$Bntis jr ytM, PyKOCKATIg BAXMlEi; FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911, F MHV It 1 i I?- ;f II it' u I K SEND GUNBOAT AFTER CASTRO tfeshrt Venezuelan Continues li Worry Secretary Knox, SEVERAL NATIONS INTERESTED Vessel en Which Mlschiefmaker I Reported to Be Making For Native "Heath For Purpose of Starting Re volt Against President Gomez Will Se Searched If Intercepted In Hal Mea Waters Former Ruler Will De elephant on Uncle Sam's Hands. Washington, June. ID. Clprlano tCoslro, the exiled president of Voce KBela, threatens to become a white oJnphant on the hands of the stato apartjaont. Officials are as greatly -yajmled over the Question of what to tfo i& caso they come upon him as Uy were in the first place over the question of how to rid the western &emlfipbere of his presence. It was decided that one of the gun fceUs now In tho Caribbean .mall bo snlorcd to Jlnltien waters to tako Jcok at tho converted gunboat Consul "Grostuck, that Ib officially report...

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. — 20 June 1911

1.0te.ai3i jmrr- ' rv"?1iwai 'wFv-wijritffj7ryltyH-r frjqffiy-T n'ft!wtfifft1W!'""-' tWmfwyfffy' nvf'lf9Mf I " 1 ' " fcV mjciftli; suttuet 4 MT. VERNON, 0.', TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911 No. 49 An! PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 189ft oil " ; THOUSANDS ILL HELP CELEBRATE Tails Silver Weddin Waslioton r ' Senators, Representatives, Supreme Court Judges, Cabinet Officers And Private Citizens Send Beautiful Speci mens Of Silversmith's Art White liouse And Grounds To Be Brilliant With Electric Liglits , Marine Band Will Furnish Music Washington, June 19. It is just be ginning to dawn on the tollrs In Wr-Bhington that the Taft silver wed ding' celebration at the White Hobso tonight Is going to bo urilquo In the annals of national capital. Thousands of the cuiious stood along the iron fence enclosing the' grounds of the executive mansion, while dozens of workmen strung miles of wire around Hie lawns and gardens and st elected the thousand1? of electric lights that will shed t ielr radiance on the ...

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. — 20 June 1911

9 vmrmw jgggffgragiE? Y-1" iMy P "VTTi" "tni-f -- t, - r itr -rwpmiy "vw- i ftnf'prv;;i77 - - .-- ..--..--. . . . - . i, .1 - r . ., , inini - fMKTW inn DEMOCRATIC BANHM TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911 & PS1 r Society Notes i i 1Cf-Grant ie following from the Saginaw, 3fc., Courier-Herald tolls of the wed Stag of Mr. John M. Coup, formerly Mt Vernon, to Miss Ncttlo namsey 'Grant, a charming young lady of Sag mw: A wedding of more than ordinary Interest was solemtnzcd last evening hi tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Grant, 405 Thompson street, when 43ielr daughter, Nettle Ramsey, was united in marriage to Mr. John Mar--stall Coup. At half after seven o'clock to Iho strains of tho time hon ored Mcndolssohn's wedding march, jcred by Miss Edna Smith, tho two Joner girls, Janet Smith and Lcland. "Williams, followed by tho brldo on IhoWm of her father, approached nn Japro vised nltar in the living room, where tho groom and the officiating clergyman, Itov. J. A. Dunkol, nwalted them. Tho Impr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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