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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 June 1911

tmmm ri4ji?irii''""Wr P "1 itfjpi r TPV $ " "JHPI'tjil" tt-ssgnr" "iiiDijiwr'" TTFfrftJWFFfl , ?!3?f1 lif'T Ttr vt "fy WOE DEMOCRATIC! BJUmSfl, PAGE MVWI TUgfiDAY, iVUt 2,"191"1. DETAILS Of The Accident In Wiiicb Prosecutor Is Injured Phillip 6, Smythe Of Newark Falls From Ad Auto bad been robbod and ransacked, dur ing their absence. Mrs. Taylor'o purue wns missing and of course all her money was stolen. Prof. Cowdrey lost a number of valuable coins which he secured on a trip abroad. TRAINED SEALS One Of The Astonishing Features With Forcpaugli-Sells Circus RECIPROCITY IN BETTER SHAPE Senatorial Muddle Improves Chances to Pass, Children Dance Like Fairies and Elves on Settlement House Roof INSURGENTS IN TIGHT PLACE tad Injuries Are Of A Very Serious Nature (Newark Advocate) Prosecuting Attorney Ptill B. Sinyihe was very dangerously injured by falling from an automobile short ly after noon today, at a point about five miles west of Newark, and was brought to the city where he waB tak...

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. — 27 June 1911

IHIMHBVMMmMHHIIHBHHi . -f'jlAWlWbWWmSfeW . 'T't - f,, '-Myyn,.., """iirr I Hjl.l II ) K I .!.. "(f(w ( g '- ir fi'xjyv r V- 'Wlff ww,.,,L,l.l.yr'' l-'J,,y'T,fH'UjWnvtHy)Wvm" JSWww;; " ''''ijaww'MU1 'fSSKWWflfctw ftWSWWWWSWJpWWHVT r u If, fr mt if w -,,,l ll.l I. .. 'MnUHMHi 'The Order That Was Founded by the Great Napoleon. '"ftlflWED DESPITE RIDICULE. T1io Dospot'o Conloan Provtd by the Itmuouratfon of (ho Decoration That Ha Was a Keen Student of Fronuh Human Nature. IFranco owes tho Legion of Honor to tapolcon. All ordcra of chivalry had boon a bolls hod by tho revolution and IwiTleft a gap which It wnu not easy to Oil. ''They aro mere gcognws," said Moogc, tho chemist, who had taught tho revolutionists how to mako gun powder out of plaster of pnrls. "Geo eaim, if you will," tho (Irat consul nn-, wertd, "but pcoplo llko them. Lot iih 'pproneb tbo question frankly. All men nro enamored of decorations, tho French moro than nny. They posi tively hunger for them, and they lmvo always ...

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 June 1911

Ov Ci fc.. . i'V uimtt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, O., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911 No. 62 ESTABLISHED 183 Y B DEFENSE OPENS IN DIEGEL TRIAL Judo Justifies Entrapment Acts-Andrews Says He Kept Ap pointment With Detective Smiley Without Interces sion On Part Of Defendant-Aiso Denies That He Ever Accepted Bribe Money-Many Witnesses Testify To Good Character Of Accused Senate Employe Columbus, O., Juno 29, Judge Kln kead, in a lengthy opinion, hold for tho state nnd overruled the motion that tho cnurt direct a verdict of acquittal for Hodney J. DIegel, on trial for alleged bTlbo-sollciting. Tho court held that chough evidence had been Introduced to show that there had boon Irregularities in tho legis lature before tho trap complained of was laid, thereby Justifying tho Btato In Its entrapment. Tho Jury wna then recalled ami tho defense oiioned its case by placing Sonator Jolm-N.- Stockwcll.of Cuya: hoga' county on tho Btand. StockwelI, who Is n lawyer, said ho -was chair man of tho ineuranco...

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 June 1911

' -rrrfi-nr'y, POW I I I W,lIIIHillllll UIH ",iwiii V 'M '"tjl imf p "M J" fnm,wV.n,xmM M ii; jiiytiif wwfWpi ' i 1 1 1 m i i i m . ii i , ' i 'i i n fc .uljuui raniiaWI'WSWKi lBRJ.i''.liy!ag"l!Ul',Ml iinpiinijiiiiiiMinmiiMwi'ii.nii..ii .i IV. ,rurj7!7V.Tigjffr ry,iWijt v-ttf ., tf , .. ... 'tgfc.V "XriH 1 TWO TUX DEMOCRATIC BAHNXK FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1011 W, ' f'7' ' .") - nmriiflL . m V It I. s ;, I VC H f & t I- m $. j. 4 j ji j ! f 4 i. FREDERICKTOWN 4. , -4.... ... .J. .. .J..J. ?. -Mr. Harold Ligget 01 tnis piaco anu Mr. Leroy Liggett of Barbcrton, Ohio, wero visltor6 of Mr. C. T. Mots and Jaaally at Danville the past week. Mrs. P. A. Day and three sonB went to Cleveland on Monday to visit rela tives a few days and attend the Hughes family reunion. Mr. Thad Huck of Mt. GHead was iiere the past week making surveys on the fatruule farm. A complete sys tem of drains and ditches are being put In that will make It exceptionally valuable land, Mr. Monroe Emerson and daugh ter, Nell...

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 June 1911

W FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1611 THE XHEMOORATIO BAHMIK PAftk Tiiran; ''""W SEVERED Are Tin; Merita! lies. Of Five Couples By Decrees Of Divorce Grant ed On Wednesday In Common Pleas Court By Judge Wicliliiim Will Of Mrs. Morris Filed For Probate Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Five couples have been granted di vorce in common ploas court. Hezokiah Clomonto vs. Lonu Clem ents, ilo:roo for'dtvorce to plaintiff on ground of adultery. Edith H. Barllett vs. Howard Bdrt lett, decree of dlvorco for plaintiff on the ground of gross-neglect of duty. Some time ago Judge Seward ordered the defendant to pay a certain cum towards the support of his minor child. It appeared during the trial of the divorce proceedings that the defend ant had not obeyed the court's order. Judge Wickhatn had Bartlett brought Into court and directed Sheriff Parker to lock him up, enforcing the six months' jail sentence that had been suspended, Elizabeth Clements vs. Ozzle Clem ents, decree of divorce on the gr...

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 June 1911

5OTBW2s"2Wi wfsjwfr? fTfSlriiirt" !S8Slt' jSS1" ""-Ty gmnomrmimftny wwjii' V", M AGE POUR THE DTBMOOtt.ATTC flAWTmt FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 10ft 'Htll,,r' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxJL-T7" oltly 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.60 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0 post office as second class mall matter. As Foreman After Service Of Many Years Mr. Jesse Myers re ti rod Tuesday as foreman of tho painting doparttnont at the 0. A. & C. shops, having reached tho age of retirement provided by tho Pennsylvania company. Ho had boon employed by tho company many years and for twenty years had boon a fore man. On Tuesday the employees of tho shop presented him with an elo Knt loatbor-up-hotstcrcd chair. NEWJEGBETABY ? Y. H. C. A. Is It. H. Kinney Of Middlcporf, Ohio At tho regular Juno meeting of tho board of dlroctors of the Y. M. C. A. flvo newly oloctcd directors took their places en tho board. Those directors elected by a voto at tho annual moot ing of tho associatio...

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 June 1911

Ttnr"4M i FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PMWPtY INTERESTING History Of State;Constitution al Conventions Held In Ohio In Years 1802, 1850, 1873 Prepared By Siaie Librarian Ciias. Galbreatii Each Convention More Costly Than Predecessor Provisions Of The LawlFor Coming Convention Next year's constitutional conven Uon will bo tlio fourth held in Ohio. From sources of information available in the stato library, Stato Librarian Charles B. Galbreath has prepared an article giving an interesting resume of tho thrco conventions already hold and touching on the approaching one The artlclo is tho first to be prepared covering tho history of all these con ventions and will bo a valuable con tribution to contemporaneous litera ture. It will be published in a bulle tin to be issued and generally dis tributed by tho state board of library commissioners. The noxt constitutional convention will convene in ColumbuB on the sec ond Tuesday of 1012 and will bo com posed of delegates equal ...

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 June 1911

lillMw ;T??u! hh Mfc '"W11 HMIWIl K.-ETr- fsftS tjm ms ttJUV VZ Erf- ! )''ffi J?r-!', ' tk!J(Hl WSWfQjp,Tf PW"1 "pW?r', J-ijPIW rr!' '"WT" s. AGfc SIX THK DEMOCRATIC J5ANNEH FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 19tl M fc 1 atr ' m k U ,i: a i 4JVJ 1 f ?4 . B CONTEMPT Of Court Against Lee, Wolfe And Mackey r Suggested By Prosecutor And Committee Appointed By Judge Wicfeliam Tuesday Morning On Consisting Of Crumley, Ewalt And Clair Oilier Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Upon the sufegoUioa of. I'roaoculliig sAttornov Cromley In the :ourt of com- mon pleas Tuesday morning, Judgb VlcMmm appointed it committee, con sisting of Prosiec'uthig Cromley, Colum bus Ewnlt and Park U, Fllalr to In Tcstlgnco alleged contempt of court against Michael T. I.eo, David Mnckoy and Al'red Wolfo and Co filo a wrltton report with the court. When the cort convened Tuesday1 mornini; Prosecutor1 Cromioy address ed the court on the subject, Ho hold that Leo, Wdlfo 'and 'Mackoy were in contempt of eourt on the grounds of ...

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 June 1911

"frVir f TJCB dxMOOXATIO BAHKI. FBI DAY, JUNE 30, 1011 JA VW(, 4 K THL POET- IAURMFR OF THE, EIAC NotieEnewffiitiMt toLovolkift. Nor Ndutd liim but to Praise. Joseph Rodman Drake. .1- iMiSliS THE AMERICAN FLAG. mmiMaMmamKKk, HEN freedom from her moun tain height Unfurled her standard to the air She tore the azure robe of night And Bet the stars of glory there! She mingled with its gorgeous dyes The milky baldrio of tho skies And striped its pure, celestial white With streakings of tho morning light) Then from his mansion In the sun She called her eaglo bearer down And gave into his mighty hand Thesymbol of her chosen land. Majestio monaroh of the cloud Who rear'ot aloft thy regal form To hear the tempest trumplngs loud And see the lightning lances driven, When strive the warriors of the storm And rolls the thunder drum of heaven. Child of the sun, to thee 'tis given To guard the banner of the free, To hover in the sulphur smoke, To ward away th battle stroke And bid its blendings sh...

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 June 1911

. :" .'"ATiL'il'' ,. ..... .wi,,. v,K1f, ., , . - J --. - . ..,.. ..-. - v . m- inuMmt..j -i ir-ii-'ri: v -. -. -' - . - -'-..-. . ' - - w iiiimmwimmmmimmamrmmmmmrwmmmmmmmiMinnarnirnr-r- iiTTitrr-y --"" n it iiiMiiMtjjjriiMmiiiMBiiTTMii i W !! ,m,, w iJM ' Hr T " " " PratWATO BAHHTO , rBIPv, juhe , .... sR '" "" "' ' r.tob.llM,.m,toQl...CdT,r,M rn - Z - , Hah T MIS5 WhRLt HtNKLE Mr. and Mrs. William Hough "hnd "l"iv m HHrt -1 Eggs 18c; and butter 18c. daughter, Miss Btolla, roturned to rAFfe riniirRA jTj i r;. t . w. ., . u Fireworks. Woolson's. tne.r nomo m ML Vernon weanosaay jK B-UKWII-K-A ISf3M Wmfc.) i Aliened Victim of Her aftornoon after a three weeks' visit I Will 1 fflllllLEKJ fl0S K, 1 Rtonmnih.r'. ia.inuv Mrs. Frank Illlkoy of St. Louis, MO., ,..,,. , , . . . I Tfiftw ,MB I atepmotner Jealousy. ,, with friends and relatives at Colo- fluf ' ;l , is tho guost of Mrs. P. L. Kuhns. . I 'W KBc? w Hot air ballons 10c and up nt Wool; I msn- w MLH. Slpy-eyYy?-?gwt&y,-'w ;r "y...

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. — 4 July 1911

t 5 "-(JP- V ' ' y :4f Iftewtfjmtfie i V? anttje , 1 ' 'tk " MT. VEENON, OHIO, TUESDAY? JULY 4, 1011 No. 53 5i PRICE TWO CENTS E3TABLISHED 183f -c y V s GERMANY'S ACT France Unable Agaf Incident Government Is Paralyzed Through! Downfall Of Bonis Ministry-Recent Movements Of Spaniards to Mo- , rocco Jhould Have Been Noticed, Declares The taps-English Press Excited And Hubbies Over With Adjectives At Kaiser's Action ' Paris, July 3. French politicians are asking each other whether Ger many's Budden move against Agadlr la not comparable to tho visit made by tho kaiser to Tan gier which preceded the Algoclras treaty. She recognizes the acumen shown by Ucrraany In making tho mo-vo at the tlmo when a new minis try has come Into power and Presi dent Fallieres is on tho eve of visit ing Holland Should Foreign Minis tor .Do Solas accompany tho presi dent, as Hid M. Fichon whou.Fallloros1 went to Belgium, It will be meant as a reply to the Gcnnanization of northern Europe. Tho parliamentary g...

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. — 4 July 1911

"W Y - i r-rr Tmt dxmoorjitio BAinrai r&r WH"MH 'ii'" i", i TUESDAY, JULY 4, 111. & '-t 1- mm wns ", BIB BOAT RACE Hi Oarsmen Outclassed By Harvard Grew. r WSS LINE 14 LENGTHS AHEAD ffeofere Boats Lined Up For 8tart Odd of 3 to 1 Were Offered on Cambridge, but Few Expected That 'Contest Would Develop Into Reg ular Procession Aviator Breaks J Monotony by Skimming Over Water Through Lines of Steamers. New London, Conn., July ".. liar rd' varsity crow led Yale all the "way down the four-mile course on the '(Homes river and won the raco by vt 14 lcngtbB. It was a procession ftti Tale outclassed from start to 'Usstah. In fact tho New Haven crew vaaM9 auch a distressing showing that tter the first half milo had been waved Interest was lost, srtVe for tho Ska&bllng Joy of the great army of sais&son. men from Cambridge. ' incidentally, Harry N. Atwood, the. SeatCB aviator, distracted tho attcn Hwi at the multitude by following vtA circling over the crows in his 3Barx8-Wrlght...

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. — 4 July 1911

-' TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1911. TH1 DICMOORATIO BANHEie PAMTHmMK v., rt V MAPES Failed To Be Good Under Suspended Sentence So Judge WIcKliam Takes A Hand In The Case And Sends The Man To The State' Reformatory Mapes Was Arrested By Police In This City Where Court Learned He Was Acting Badly (Mansfield News) Thoro was aompthlng a little un usual doing in Richland common pleas court Thursday, when nn in dividual, who answers to the nauio ot Iloy Mapes, was brought boforo Judgo Wlckham, of Ueiawarc, and shunted out to tho stato reformatory in short ordor Somo timo ago Mr. Mapes was arrested in connection with one Gloim Paxton on the chargo of highway rob bery committed on an old man named More'o. Both Paxton and Map03, who Avoro unsavory individuals from nway back, wore Indicted by tho HIchland county grand jury, Mapes turned state's evidence against his pal Glenn Paxton and it waa hugely through hid ovidouce that Piston was convicted. Judge Wlckham, 01 Delaware, caino hero to try" tho Paxto...

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. — 4 July 1911

ck 'H' AQE FOUR 'THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8PAY, JULY 4, 101 1. & I i p ' h iu r Wit Maimer MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor feDaa.l-"Wool3cJly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription nate 11.50 por year. Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, O., post office no second class .malt inattor.' ROYAL HENLEY REGATTA London, July 3 Mote than ordin ary interest is manifesto. In tho an nual Honloy Regatta, wiilch takou place this week ovor the usual couwo on tho Thames. No collego eight tt ra tho oppaBlto .iio ,di tho wator gurcs this year In Uio English aquat ic derby, but an olgh. from 'tin Otta wa Rowing Club Is' going to havo a try for tho Grand Ghilllongo Oup, while a four from tho samp club will compete for the Stewards1 Challenge Cup. All of tho ftveirls aro well med anu expected sonlo records will bo broken, iho regalia wid dpoh on Wednesday and conJittid until tho end of the week. " MURDER INDIcfMEMTST" A Sample of the Idiollo Style In Whloll They Are WHlfeVi, Sturdor has been written of n n ...

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. — 4 July 1911

'Vvfrr- ""'ffffCMAif 'wv ''-J -pr' VpJ O TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1911'. TMI D3CM00RATI0 BAKKXK pass rrar 5? ' Jf 3 TOO Hlawathas Defeated Clii Namel Team At Hiawatha Park On Sunday Afternoon' In A Most Interesting Base ball Contest Mansfield Pitcher in Box For The Locals And Pitched A Very Hoe Game The Score The fast Chl-Namel base ball team of Mansfield was shutout by the local Hiawatha team by a score of 3 to' 0 at Hiawatha park on Sunday after noon, the game bolng won- In the first inning when Porter hit a grounder to short-stop, the ball being fumbled and finally being thrown wildly past first base and lost In the weeds across the race track. As thero are no ground rules on the local field, Porter circled the sacks nnd tallied the first and only necessary run of the game. The game begun at 3 o'clock with, excellent base ball weather although the largest yet seen at a ball game at the park this season and this is very good proof that the oxcollent quality of ball that the locqlg haye be...

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. — 4 July 1911

unXhTir i. .;jfort . "... i ,. T.w.a p ,1" MCfe IK THE DEMOCRATIC JJAMTNEK TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1911. .'.;, .r.y m H L .i I ! i U - II 5,v NEW LIGHT FOR BIBLE jffilDENTS Two Great Babylons and Two Great Captivities. THE MYSTIC AND THE LITERAL attor Russell Sees Type and Antitype Bslwoen Babylon of Old and Mystlo Babylon and Between tho Captivity f Wlshly Israel and tho Captivity of Spiritual Israel Address at Seattle. Scntllo, Wash,, July 2,-niblo Stu dontH anil Uio pub He In grout num bers heard Pastor Russell Iioro today. Wo report one of his discourses on llio "Two Baby-Ions"- ono Literal mid (lie olbcr Mys tical Ifo look no vwHBHfa&i.Vta;tag; upeelflc text, but (QS'ORySSElL) idled wholly upon Itlblo testimony, tjuotmi; the same frequently IIo said til part For centuries Bible SludenlH Iiave obr ud Hint innny of the strong ox DiofDiiH of llio Old Testament ro HpioiiiiK Itnlivlon found llielr pniallels In tho Now Tctnincnl, used In respect To Mystlr Itiihylou. Many of those fctate...

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. — 4 July 1911

o 1 u y " v TUMDAY, JULY 4, HHi VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND FACTS A8 THEY Washington, Juno 30 Thoro Is ono protectionist argument that will novor again occupy tho placo In American politics that It has In tho past. That Is tho argument that a high protection wall Is necessary to enable American manufacturers to compote in homo markets with foreign manu factured goods. The reason this stock protectionist argumont will never aguln perform tho samo valuable mission for tho Re publicans, Is because of n speech de livered In the Houso by Win. O. Hed fleld of Now York, who Is a manufac turer himself, and who for 18 years has been selling Amo-Ican manufac tures in forelgu countries. Bedflc.d contended and proved that the difference In dally wage at homo and abroad should not bo tho solo bas is of determining tho amount of pro tection to be applied to a given ar ticle. lie cited Instance alter instance in which he sold articles manufactured by $5 a day American employes in c...

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. — 4 July 1911

Xf-fr-T-r -HJtiHT " '4 mri .rsr ,.w--1!, fr - fits JDKMSIUtA'ilO rr? -- -i . i TUESDAY, JULY 4; 1ti1. in , ,:irc Eh I if. 1 X sisetlkau 9ggB 18c; tnd butter 18c reworks. Woolson's. CNhb Laundry, 7 N. Main Bt. Cloven tor tewing machine. u u I 'I J TuMriil emblem, Sharp' specialty. Mr. Doss B. Kirk of Canton spent Sunday with relatives In the city. Mlas Edna Jenkins spent Sdriday lvlth relatives near Sparta. " ' " Hot air bnllons 10c nnd up 'at Vbol sem's otoro. . , ' Mlsa lva Colo went to Wcstorv.iio Jaoaday morning to spend tho day., (l Fireworks headquarters, Bqriltnor'R SO N. Main. , , r Tho stores wll close all day on Tncu--day, July 4. .( Mr. Herbert W. Sralm -went to'CO JJumbus M-nday morning to make' p.' jAort business v.- . 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hurtcr of Can ton are tho guests of Mr. Hartor'a pnr nifl, Mr, and Mrs. George llartor Out flowers, floral designs and aprays. Ahern'e, both 'phones. - Mr. Edgar Liglitoll of Coshocton spent Sunday with friends In Mt. Vpr son. Mr. a...

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. — 7 July 1911

g 1 1' 'W9 3wvnT'iiirr''1'Wn'p w --r - - ( ' mimiulU mtntt PEIGE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911 No. 54 ESTABLISHED 183d Iftje U u lUllIilD II AIL Rein Falls Itiroiifjliout Iowa And Nebraska Death Rato Id Eastern Portion Of Country Continues High And Scarcity Of Ice Is Reported From Many Sections-Electric Fan Manufacturers Unable To Supply Demand In Several Cities-Sandies Predicts Hot Spell Blessing For Oiiioans Washington, July C Moe than COO denthb can bo credited to the. great heat wave of July 1 to C, 1911, which official weather advices say will abate Bomewhat today. vThe torrid period will be memorable in weather annals for Its wide extent, Us long duiatlon, Its record-breaking temperatures In many places and thrt long list of fatalities which It has caused. Reports f'om the middle west state that throi shout western Iowa and Nebiaska it is raining hard aid the cool wave and rain are sweeping eastward as well as southward. I TEN BABIES DEAD Cleveland Citizens ...

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. — 7 July 1911

tn b, ( $ f " T TMJ tffrWKTVto THE DEMOCRATIC BAHHKX FRIDAY JULY 7, , r BLEACHED MUSLIN 7c 45-INCH MUSLIN 11c i A good smooth finish full bleach I cd muslin 30 In. wido worth today J 9c yard; special clearing price, per lyard , 7c The Meyer-Lindorf Company's A good quality 45 In. blenched tnuolln that wo sell regularly for lBc; this sale, per yard 11c ! Big JULY CLEARING 5 mmnmnnH HHHMHHMnnBHHHBi jammmmmmmmmmmmmMammmmmmmamaMmmmmmiumHmmmmmmmmHmm Tgimfcl" SALE! Jin Event Fraught with Rare Economies and Excellent Values Starts Thursday Morning, July 6th Ends Saturday Night, July I5th Its our time honored custom of effecting speedly and complete clearance of all spring and summer merchandise. All lines, soiled or mussed goods, short lengths and lines which we will discontinue are offered at decided money-saving prices. We must have the room and money to prepare for our Fall business. You have several months yet, in which to use the goods you can now buy at marked reductions. We enumerat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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