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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 July 1911

(FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911 FOURTH Was Appropriately Celebrated Id Ml. Vernon Local Boy Makes A Great Balloon Ascension At Hiawatha Park On Tues day Afternoon Fourth of July was celebrated on Tuesday hi various ways by the people of Mt. Vornon and vicinity. There were a largo number of picnic parties at various resorts In Knox County and a large number attondod the attrac tions at Hiawatha park. Little of interest took place at the park. In the morning but immediately after noon, the program was opened with a motor-cycle race, this being rast and Interesting. Tho ball game was won by tho locals by a score of 10 to 8, their opponents being the Schullman team from Columbus. At D o'clock, the time set for the beginning of tho balloon race, all In terest was centered on the huge gas bags. Most successful flights were made by men In each of the balloons. The balloon race was of particular Interest to Mt. Vernon people for more than onu reason. One of the balloon lsts was John h. Hubbard, whose...

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. — 7 July 1911

-!, ' frxCmt 3rw - 'VfrXm 4riV THJR DEMOCRATIC BANNI FRIDAY JULY 7, 191- A AGE FOUR ' VW v t i r ft- )i X f . i ' ?, ts o h ! Si. r MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor iSoaaadL-'WoolacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription nate 11.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., pot office as second clas mall matter. I $! !$ I1!' !! fr 4 l ! 4 ,$. MT. LIBERTY 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Mrs. O. Bird Is slowly Improving in health. Miss Dello Anderson and Roy Illicit cr of Mt. Vernon visited It. W. Phil lips and family last week. Mrs. Clarence McKown of Cleveland has been visiting relatlvos hore. Mr. and Mrs. pitas. Hall of Bran don were guosta ot lbPJcr McBroom and family Sunday. Rev. W. N. iUftierUoB atid family ef Cleveland are fcero for an extended visit among their many relatives, Mrs. Mayno of Jowett, 0 vlsltdd her sister, Mrs. E. S.lvioroy recently. Miss Wagner, has gone to polawarc to make her futuro home A good program an(l a largo audi ence is the rcporl of tho f liberty town shi...

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. — 7 July 1911

" yvyr?,Wtyn u P' 'J FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911 THX DEMOCRATIC BAH1CER V WBj X y Association Hold Meeting Wednesday Evening Matters Pertaining To County Picnic Discussed Two New industries Are ' Seeking Locations The July meeting of the Citizens' Association was held Wednesday even ling In the council chamber with Presi dent Ii. C. Penn lu the chair. After roll call the minutes of the last meet ing wore read by Secretary J. C. Tlnk ey and were approved, The regular order of business was then taken up. Mr. I. Rosenthal! of the new Indus tries committee stated that negotia tions were off relative to the securing of a match factory for Mt. Vernon. Mr. E. E. Shlremau of the good roads committee reported much progress be ing done by this committee. He stat ed that a petition was in circulation to Improve the Coshocton road out of Mt. Vernon and that the plan was well under way for the proposed Im provement. Considerable time was spent in dis cussing the coming Knox County picnic to be held at ...

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. — 7 July 1911

"'TiW v (m(Tiii t'-JV ft frr, vyi(tffcMItVlHrw'r l-tirVIt H'7 1R""7 f "Vf W iTspfS5WR' Wfriiir$!ftfc- .' Xbfc fctrc A HIE DEMOCRATIC JBANWK FRIDAY JULY , 1911. Tpffi Pi, fr. FINE U $50 And Costs Given Lee, Wolfe And Hackey Far Contempt Of Court By Judge liicliiiom Mackey Is Released From County Jail Michael T. Lee Alfred Wolfe and David, Maekey'Were each fined $50 and costs for contempt of court by Judge Wtckham Wednesday afternoon. i Ifackoy entered a pica of guilty to the charge and Ijco a plea ot not guilty. .Alfred Wolfo Also entered a pica of not sullty. All three men wero present1 la the court room. ItwaB 2:30 o'clock when Judge Wick ham convenod driurt anil immediately -took up tne matter of the contempt ot courf. charges agalnat'Le, Wolfe and. Jtnckeyj Alfred Wolfe .stateJ that he had seen a copy ot,ho loKirataUon. lllod Against him, and .entered a plea of not jmlltjr. David Mackey entereil a ploa ot guilty. Michael T. Lee entered a plea of not Bwllty. It was then decided by...

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. — 7 July 1911

fcu.H Trr " n'ttFW'T rlDAY, JULY 7, 1B11 THI DIMOOEATIO BAKXIB FAE VtM m m r t SSL tfy J J $ fr A $ FREDEnlCKTOWN . 4 $ j I I 4 4 I ! I ! 1 ! ! 4 Mr. Chas. Pink nnd family returned to their homo in this plnco after a very cnjoynble trip In tholr big tour. Ing car to I'unxsutawnoy, Pa., where they visited Mr, Pink's mother and' relatives, nnd made sovcral sight-Bee-Ing stops on the way. Tboy were gone for about two weeks, Mrs, Graves and daughter of Colum bus, arc vloltlng her parents In this place, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Wilson. Mr S, S. Heed and daughtor Myrtle, of Three Rivers, Mich., returned to their home Monday after a tea-days' visit with Air. and Mrs. M. T. Beck. Mr. M. T. Beck and family spent Sunday In Mt. Vernon with frlonds. Mrs. Myrla 0. Eley inado an assign ment for the bonefl't of creditors to Mr. P. I,. Wilkins. Mr. K. U. Levering was a Columbus visitor Saturday. Mrs. Harry Kinney died at the homp of her daughter, Mrs. John Westlor, at three o'clock Sunday morning of paraly...

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. — 7 July 1911

nMMl '" mi y mm i hm, umi.iU . hi. iiiBiMirritrwivN.x il.WNHwinftilffiittJ hcHf-J&tfMflS ftllnillfarfiMW w F WHT TMI B1MOORATI0 SAMKIR FfttAtt ifcHLYr?. -IV ) i i GREATEST SALE OF THE- mx-,gn.ivra?iujfc' "XStT: m f f S YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE Of Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, TrmU "" ever placed before the public. Not an article res erved in the big store Everything must go. Sale Commences Saturday, July 8th, 1911 This season has been a backward one, leaving our shelves filled with merchandise that should have been sold at a profit Now we are compelled to sacrifice them they must go regardless of our loss. YOU G-ET THE BENEFIT. Never was a sale inaugurated under more favorable conditions; never did the economical buyer have a greater opportunity to save money. Think of buying the most seasonable of Cloth ing, Hats, Furnishings and Traveling Goods at uch prices as we quote. These prices are Strictly for cash only. No godds charged at sale prices. 25 off on all- Dress Shirts SP...

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. — 11 July 1911

Sft5r v .-&. A , i? x utf : jemwte awn; PRIOB TWO OENT0 MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911 No. 55 ESTABLISHED IS She II s K. j- MEXICANS RIPE FOR NEW REVOLT Plan Overthrow 0! The Be La mm '-. ' Administration Sao Antonio Again Made Scene Of Political Conspiracy And United States Secret Service, Men Have Eagie Eyes On Members Of Junta And Mysterious Visitors From Beyond Tbe Rio Grande-Americans Say Trouble Can Not Be Averted San Antonio, Tex., Juy 10. Detec tives from the secret service depart ment are here -watching the move ments of the Cientlflco ana con otltutional Juntas, which ore engaged at present In an effort to prevent Francisco 1. Madoro from I'-aching the presidency of Mexico and oven to oust the incumbent, President De la Barra. It is said the authorities at "Wash ington are tired of having an Ameri can city made the headquarters of intriguers who may care to plot against the peace of the republic v across the Kio Grande. The neutral ity law, if enforced, is su...

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. — 11 July 1911

- -. 4-4-r f-jf T4 W-wr-y Miuii aw i rf M.yi.rl iwy' - TV'n I'lnV" fanvi" p .- w tc'" 1'' sagur-aWJ Jff hmwb'I t, ayatjwr WBfTWO THE DEMOCRATIC BAHKXK TUESDAY, JULY 11. 1911. n v (FATE'S SEVERE BLOW! '"wreragT-Mawos ywW'"i,?!'f-'i ST I f: f, Jf 1 t , i'i i I k" 4? f L 1 i 5 A Boomerang thrown with the intent of Reducing Spitzer'sS $35,000 Shoe Stock to at least Half, caught on the wing of Circumstances and hurled back to pour golden dollars into - the Hands of the Public - S?v, m o Notice Store Closed Tuesday and Wednesday July 11 & 12 SaleOpens Thursday, JULY 13th Spitzer's entire $35,000 stock of High Grade Shoes for Men, Women and Children now in the hands of H. E. Young's Shoe Sales Expert for a quick and positive distribution. Here are the facts: Ml. vernon'sGreatesiShoestore is overstocked Backward season, business depression and other unforseen reasons have left our shelves with just twice the stock we should carry. The stock consists of the shoe world's best makers' prod...

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. — 11 July 1911

SPJTjHB! WH- ? V. '-' - ; rK .'- UBfPfW)P i TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAWE THWBB Jf fc .x ft. r DEFAMATION Of Character Alleged By South Vernon Woman Who Sues For The Sum Of $5,000 Damages Other Items Qf Interest From Temple Of Justice Cora E. Buchor has comraonced a suit lit the court ot common picas of Kuox County against Sophia Gun-. Itlo, asking for damages In tho sum of $5,000 for alleged defamation of char actor. William M. Koons Is the at torney for the plaintiff. Taken To Newark I Juvenile Officer Purcell went to Newark Saturday taking with him a young girl who had been given Into tho custody of her grandparents, who reside In Licking county, by the Juven ile court of Knox county. o First Partial W. O. Phillips, administrator of Jesse Green, has filed a first partial account tn probate, showing tho fol lowing: Received $2,776.58, paid out $1,378.71, balance $1,397.87. First and Final A first and final account has been filed In probate by Ttoss Pumphrey, a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 July 1911

VT! i f 'H1T T'"i "wtir w c ftC FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BAWNIK TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1011. tor BuUlomunt and will ho heard on Tuesday, July 25, 1911, at 9 a. ni.. First partial account of J V. Tilton, admlnl3trator W. W. A of N. H. Tilton. PATRICK A BERRY, Probate Judge. WANTS TO KEEP PARTY PLEDGE HIBHnMMlllliaB,l!i,nMB I Hundreds of Women's and Misses' Suits,! AtOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor v ' wi vKy I 1 r ?. r B OX3CBL-'7VroOl3Cly S MONUMENT SQUARE Sa&scription Rate 11.60 per year. Eatored at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post ofltee as socond class mall matter, RUSSIA'S SECOND DREADNAUGHT fet Petersburg, July 10 Tho Pol tava, Uio second battleship of tho dreadnought typo to ho hullt for tho Russian navy, was successfully launo'a- today. The Poltava 1 a nlstor ship of the Sevastopol, which waa launch ed several weeks ago. ICach ship litis a. displacement - 23,000 tous and Is designed to have a spoed of 23 knots an hour. f. KEEP IT IN YOUR STABLE NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following ac...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 July 1911

yti fim wMff n . i A. TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BAHTHER pasc ivmwm 'S 1 EASY Was The Millersfoiirg Team For The lliawatiias At Lake Hiawatha Park Sun day Afternoon Locals Won Out By A Score Of y To 3 The Gray Defeated The Colored Champions At Riverside Park By Score Of 9 To 7 Tho Hiawatha baseball team easily defeated the Millersburg team at Hia watha park on Sunday afternoon by a score of 9 to 3. The visitors escaped a shut-out by scoring throe timos in the second inning when they filled the bases with runners on errors by the local infiolders. Penhorwood, the Mil lersburg pitcher, hit a woak grounder to second base whore Brown made a miserable mess in attempting to han dle tho ball and allowed all three men on bases to score. Tho game oegun shortly after three o'clock with Householder pitching for the locals and Penhorwood for tho visitor-!. The former worked steadily throughout the entire game and did not seem to weaken at any point. Pen horwood, on the other hand, l...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 July 1911

ATJ""?1'''' "WPT" -? nrv'mmwm'p " TftW" vmtwjB jpTjjf w PpPPW SIX JwawiwuFj hut "1111 mu THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911. 1 wwiiFriii(fi ft K FATE OF THE RiGJ MANANDLAZARU! Wards of tiio Savior Explained and Made Clear. stumble stone removed, fllor RUsitll Disagrees With the Or dlnary InterprotnUon of Jesus' Words Irrational Ha Offers a Novel Substitute Which Nevertheless Fits Well to the Narrative Order Out of Confusion Is (he Vordlot of Many Winnipeg Hearers. Winnipeg, Cana da. July Oth. Pas tor Uusscll deliver ed two addresses hero today which pyen by those (vl)o did nof. commit themselves fully as indorsing his ovcry ollerance. Wc re portfolio of his dls courses from, tho text, "Ami In bell lie lifted up hla 5yen, being In lormpnU, and ,Beeth -Abraham afar off and ftazarua In hla bosom" (Lulto xvl, 23). Addressing tho public under tho auspices of the In ternational Hlblc -Students Ansocla 'Uoo, the speaker -Bold: I am not choosing toy topic for this occasion accordi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 July 1911

KT "71 wmriKr W)WWIJI.Uipllp II J J t lk J. TUESDAY, JULY 1l, 1911. STRANGE Disappearance Of A Boy At Brink Haven 'Left Home (In the Morning Of The Fourth Had Made No Threats To Hun Away Brink Haven, O., July 7 Charles Hyatt, aged 15, disappeared from hie home here the morning of the Fourth of July, and nothing has been heard from htm since. His father, Mr. Mar tin Hyatt, has started an Investigation. The boy had made no threats to run away. " His Memory After Six Years Atlantic City, N. J., July 7 "The case of Benjamin Leeds" may become famous .unong psychologists. It would teem, that of a sudden Leeds' brain apparently normal, be came a blank. He forgot his iden tity, he 'forgot bis wire and children, of whom he had always taken tender care; he forgot the past. Then after six years, Leeds fell ill ana the feier stimulated his dormant mind. In his delirium ho remembered dimly, he muttered certain things to the surgeons who Mstened, to the clue that will restore him to his family an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 July 1911

PrfTi ''C ' J"f m t frf v i. "E 1U&MT THE D1X00RATI0 BAKH1X TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911. V t'"t$Y,'Y f t,'l 4Vh & I !' I U' f i k 4 I; . 'i : a 1 I IP k t ' Tk 2t fr i . i HOME COMIl Ii tar At NartiDSburg On July 27 Martlusburg, 0., July 10 Homo coming will bo celebrated hero Thurs day, July 27, with nn nil day meeting And picnic In tho town park. Speech es by ox-Mayor Smith of Mt. Vernon &d Dr. Robert Bnlrd, n son of the late Jtev. M. Bnlrd, who was pastor of the local Congregational church In war times, will bo the nnln features. The tousle will be furnished by tho Dan fillo band, and dinner will be served In tho park. Thero will bo plenty to eat, and a general invitation Is cxted d. ? Mm Have A Conference In Cleveland Cleveland, O., July 10 Tho fourth annual convention of the National As sociation of Building Owners and Managers opened for a three days' session in Cloveland today with nn at tendance representing, many of tho chief cities of tho United States and Canada. Th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

p!QirmwpyF$i MM' J9QpWsNr mvx&txw attttjer. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 14,, 1911 No. 56 ESTABLISHED 183 liUiiiJIiLiJu 1 Lliiuil Unchecked Ontario Swept By Fierce Blaze. THREE TOWNS BURNED People Leave Devastated District In Trainloads. MICHIGAN LOSS EXAGGERATED ! Only Three Known to Be Dead, But Scores Are Missing and Believed to Have Burned to ' Death-Maine Town Destroyed X and Valuable Timber Burned. Toronto, Ont., July 13. Forest Jres, that ate swooping unchecked through northern Ontario have claim ed b'etween '.100, and 400 lives, many havo been Injured, scores are miss ing, and it Is feared. most nf these will be included in tho fatalities. Thirty lost their lives at Por cupine, Including Captain White arid bis family t West Dome. Fifteen men were drowned at Soutn Porcu pine vfhon they wero driven into the lake by the dense clouds of smoko. Two were burned to death at El Do rado mine nnd another met a similar fate nt the United Porcupine mine Three towns...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

! - ' " ,n- -- - W . ,. - ,. ri r - ' -- r- "- T "f - r At "- ne two TIDE DEMOCRATIC BA1TOI FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911, TT- !- fc t. N I It m i VP n l3 l' it "I ft J. !. 1 I 'I . 1 I: r Is i'E L) to l n i $ "I J 1 5 E 5" J J J, FREDERICKTOWN 4 -, 2 2 2 i 4 S S 1 Miss Alta Holland of Newark visited 3r mother, Mrs. W. D, Holland, north t town the past week. Mr. Charles Hoblnson of Colorado Trlslted friends In this vicinity the past "week. Mr. S. O. Boyd, who recently gradu ated from Case school, Cleveland, has .secured a position with the New York Telephone Company following the .lines In which he has been trained. Mr. William Swlhart has moved his saw mill to the Roscoo Dlalr farm near "Waterford. Announcement has been mnde for the thirty-second nnnunl picnic of the ivnox county I. O, O. P. which will be "held at Waterford on Friday, August 4th. Itov. Thou, Hamhly of this place will ho tho speaker of tho occasion and music furnished by the Waterford taand. Many other attractions are be 3a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

1L"J"WWSN " SSwtfJWr"Vi! Vll-v.t.Ti iV-f iri iV''Kifl.Tr -i s '! 'J 1,$'m'ti??t-rpv' MSIMMMWfcAMftW'VfitMllM4Ma FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1011. THJS DEMOCRATIC BAK2CSR PAGE THR irrrr minimum Mr. Charlos Alor, who has boou tho guost of his mothor In th'i city for 8ovornl weoks, has ro-onllstcd In tho urmy and has been assigned to Fort reBB Monroe-, Virginia, whore ho will do coast artlllory duty. Fresh Box Chocolates When you want a box of fresh, first-class chocolates try IW0PSC Chocolates Thoy are satisfying even to tho most particular chocolate users. Every package wo soil la guaranteed strictly pure and fresh. laugher's Drug Store EAST 8IDE PUBLIC 8QUARE Has? "White'' -is king- consuit us before buying a Sewing Machine FRED. A. CLOUGH 13 South Main Street per cent, in terest on Savings TT Many of th large fortunsi f today wara ttartad by a savings account of only on dollar to begin with. WE PAY YOU TO "AVE Wa would ba pleased to explain the advantage of our Savings Department to you. Coma...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

"" " - r WvV -.'.v"i"'"wWii1iwiiw.iw.pilJi.yy.-1i.Fi,,.lyMN,,,.4lAy. m ff ' ' H, A NME FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. IS A REMEDY FOR THE CHINCH BUG 1 wount Vernon, ohio ARGAIN FRANK HARPER, Editor Yield 0! Wheat Reported In Licking County . o moJL - ""r o is-iy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE rw-tr HEBE REMARKABLE a i, i I Ute? I tVu 1). Subscription ftnte--1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, 0., pot ofSco as second class mail tnattor. WILL DESCEND ON WHITE HOUSE LAWN lilator AIwodiI to Receive Gold Medal Tomorrow. Washington, July. 13. President Talt tomorrow afternoon will atop from his offlco onto, tho WiiHo IIouso lawn, and shake bands wllh, Harry N. Atwood, who will havo splratod down 'trom a thousand .feet up In Iho hoav--enn In tils Wrlght-nurgcfla niAchlnoto pay f- call upon the prosldout. At wood will como over from College fark, 'which is aliout nlno mllos out tt the city, and will circle the domo of tho capitol, dally awhllo around tho top of tho Washington mn...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

B2?WP - " ' l .r FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER paqk m. PARADE Of Tiie Elks Was Spectacular Most Atlantic City, N. J., July 12 This was the day of the big; parade, tho spectacular foaturo of tho annual re union of tho Uonovolont and Protoc tivo Order of Elks, and thousands of mombors of tho ordor from ovory sec tion of tho United States and Canada and from Hawaii, Porto Itlco, and other distant places marched along tho loading thoroughfares of this fam ous report and past tho rovlowlng stand whore wore soated tho grand lodge ofllcors, official representatives of tho Stato and city and numerous other persons of promlnonco. A doz en divisions with a score of bands and many handsome floats mado up tho procession. New York Lodge No. 1, the parent organization, held the placo of honor, with other State lodges following. (MY Is Retired As Admiral A Rear Washington, D. C, July 13 Aftor forty-flvo years of honorablo service, filled with adventure and interesting experiences in...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

Tp--. I ,. JJ is,i,samisJiM&mmmtv&tomx rttmyVvr '---' .- "- fitn-.mar- -4 SI MfM I.' ' tj -4.r - y-. fi 'JVC n K- WW1 $ ,: J,,, aWiiw'' s. sow v - &v ft.fe fc il U& ;. & -' '; p r lr e I t m: I PAGE SIX ,"" O i Being Groomed For Mm iialortal Nomination Said Will Be Backed By The Administration And Be Acceptable To All Elements Of Party Heconl As A Runner in Fourteenth District lias Attracted State Wide Attention To Him (Cleveland Plain. Dealer) Congressman Wiiuam G-. Sharp of ElyrJa now has th'ccall as admlnlHtra tion candidate for governor. Should Sharp bo entorcil formally it would -mean that Llout. Gov. Hugh I,, Nlch--ols, inauranco Cipcriiitondont Kd II. -VJooro and othoni now holding stato olllco will bo in (lie front rank of hla boostors. Evory offort li; heing niado to iron out the wrinkles fn tho Democratic -situation In tho titatc. Gov. Harmon's frlondB aro doing the droning. Thoy aro cocksure that tho governor will bo nominated for president. Tho on ly ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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