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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 July 1911

nfni v FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. IBM DXMOORATIO BAlTNMt V- PAQK seven ,rm0f?mfv. l 4 V W. C T. U MEETING Tho Democracy W. C. T. U. met at tho home of Mrs. George Kelffer, Thursday. Tho meeting wqb opened by a song by the union. The devotional uervlco was led by Mrs. Geo, assisted by Mrs. StaatB nnd Mrs. Loney. At tho clone of the liBiml business session, Miss Hazel Pugh, Mrs Vina StaatB and Mrs. Ynrmtin were received Into tho union. After tho meAtlng Airs. Keif fer served light refreshments. Tho attendance was unusually large and all enjoyed tho hospitality of tho home. Tho next nfeotlng will be held nt Mrs. W. A. Staats. Soroness of the muscles, whether Induced by vlolont exorcise or Injury, Is quickly relieved by the free appli cation of Cnamliorlaln's Liniment. This liniment is equally valuable for muscular rheumatism, and alwnys af fords quick relief. Sold by all dealers Mrs. Dert Warman of West Pleas ant street underwent an operation at tho Mt. Vernon hospital on Monday afternoon....

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. — 14 July 1911

r-fiwvp i, f7f- -if .wurttM 52E v Jns; . - ij4.U J- ,T . Vxn -' ffgrffira ssseateiiJ . 'I, J I It1 v,,','"'flV;r m';''r" Af- mi ii m 9BX DIMOORATlO BAKNMt FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1611, A EIGHT t A yisiZVSZ i$ m W i bf i il S I; 11 1FI 1 A i' I HF' IAHN DELVES INTO REGORDS IMs Diplomats Have Alway Been Underpaid. TOES INCREASE IN SALARIES Representative Henry, Who Started Argument by Speech on "Dollar Diplomacy," Replies That Necessity Ooes Not Exist For American Ex travagance In European Capitals nnd Intimates That Hill's Recall Was to Make Way For Hammond. S110RT LOCALS "Washington, July 13. Itopresenta HJyo Kahn of California, a llopubll rain, in answering the recent speech t noprotcntatlvo Henry of Texas, a Democrat, on "Dollar Diplomacy," ntartalned the house with tho "xesults of tola Tosourches In the los of tho state deportment. In rdcr to demonstrate that times rto not changed and that if It Is true, as Representative Henry chnrg 4S8, that American diplomatic repre sentatives at for...

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. — 18 July 1911

-frgS ifi.sire".ufiHfn jk'ti'r"'! HSH ,(' a uyf -ff y v.- twmmlU smtuetv PKIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911 No. 57 ESTABLISHED 1834 u T .' ' GAS LArLUIiLu Four Meet Death As Result Of Terrific Concussion Searching Parlies Penetrate Mile And A Half Into Mine At Dubois, Pa Before. Coining UpongBodics Of Victims-One Foreigner So Badly Mutilated That Identi fication Was Made By Brass Check Around His Neck-Government Investigates JJubols, 1'h.. July 17. By en explo sion of gas In tho Sykosvlllo shaft of the Cascade Coal and Coko rompany, 21 men lost their lives. Evory minor in the southern part of tho workings .perished. Four of the men were killed by tho explosion itself, and from the position of the bodies found by rcscuo parties it was evident that following tho fla3h many of tho men gathorcd up their -belongings and wore endeavoring to reach an outlet when ovorcomo and suffo cated by the fatal afterdamp that in variably follows an explosion of a gaseous nature. ...

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. — 18 July 1911

iMp -"' i .fii..i i ' f-i i rr . , .. - in ,., Ml , , M ri ' ,"TinrWlti:.j.:JiiViwiiwijiM;i)iwiMji.iiiU. two THE DEMOOBATIO BANNKE TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911, TO Mr. Ilay Sapp wont to Zanesvlllo Saturday noon to visit with his broth er, Mr. Charles Sapp, who Is a mem ber of tho Zanesvlllo base ball team, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marsh of Co lumbus will Bpond Sunday with Dr. Isabel Nixon, East Fiont street. Mrs. Marsh Was formerly Miss Carrie Mus son. Alcott Home, Where "Little Women" Was Written, to Become Museum INSURGENTS ADMITS L0R1MER fiAVF HIM SNAP KEEP HP TALK Block All Efforts For Early Getaway 9 i i" 55' ' I Congress Tleciprocily Vote Is Assigned Will Take Place One Week From Today, And Will Be Followed By Vote On Farmers' Free Bill Aug. I, On The Congressional Apportionment Bill Aug. 3 Will Adjourn About Aug. 15 Bristow's Amendment Lost Washington, July 1C. -i- By uuanl Jnoua -consent tlio senate retched un agreement by which a vote will bo taken on Canadian reciprocity on Saturday,...

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. — 18 July 1911

Q ftW9'p-' x!ZSvFpF5ff ,7'fw'ewff,' TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911. T OTioOBATIO AmOOl vrrv - w " - tr - 4 t mm ' V '' w 1 1 Mh DEATH Of Dr. W. L, King Who Was Known In Knox Co. Having Been United Marriage In Brandon In Expired While Visiting At Old Home In England (Nowark Advocato) Tho announcement In the Advocate Thursday evening of tho death of Dr. W. L. King of Granville, which oc curred In England on Friday, July 2, shocked many people here. Although tho Doctor had been in very poor health for somo time, no one had any idea that tho end was so near, aud when ho loft for his native country, England, it was thought that he would quickly benefit by tho salt air of the ocean, and he was buried near bis old homo. Dr. Watson Lawrence King was born in Batlcy, Yorkshire, England, Sep tember 18, 1847, his father being vicar at that place. His father, the Rev. Watson King, Was born in Watering bury, County Kent, April 8, 1811, and was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, where he obtained ...

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. — 18 July 1911

.-. l.lltl -r i ilsy.'art-aftsyc,.,. 1tiWl"j"' I I T nJ'V---"'' ji I' " " ilf'""l y- 1 i t '"'' " i ill i "I' " '" '" I ."-" 'Hi "' 'i m-'if .,-,,,., .,.,;, "ijy1 1 itR-r---"""" yy 1 S PMM. FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1011. inunan Mwm 1 1 p: rtlOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Woaaa-'57rol3eJLy S MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.60 por year. Entored at the Mt. Vernon, O., post ofQco ns second class mall matter. FINAL Hearing Of The Contest Oi A Will Case Biddeford, Mo., July 17 Tho final hearing on the contest of tho will of Airs. Olo Bull, widow of tho famous T'ollnlst, will bo hold horo tomorrow, when tho threo wills, mado by Mrs Bull wlil be dispoood of by an agree ment between counsol of both sidos and ratified by tho court. This will tiring to an end a conlost which has lasted two months ana which' 1ms at tracted wide attention. Mrs Mull's le gal resldenco was In thia' county, al though she lived a groat part of her life in Cnmbridgo, Mass. Tho will h...

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. — 18 July 1911

ffigwB f iiTTjj ,-. s jhw ry U wrw t' "y 1 '''" j''jirtTm" ii'"' ""i"" "'"'" ' .' wft L-tJ. - - V J7 tr tr h tf V V y TUESDAY, JULY 18, 111. JAIL Delivery Frustrated By De puty Sheriff Wooiison And A Woman is Arrested On Serious Charge That Of Aiding A Prisoner lo Escape Win Maxwell And Nancy Met calf Id More Trouble Woman Pleaded Guilty Not Yet Sentenced Through the vigilance of Deputy Sheriff John Wooiison a jail delivery was frustrated at the Knox county jail Saturday night and as a result Nancy Mctcalf was arrested on a charge of aiding a prisoner to escape and Was locked up In the county Jail. On Monday mormug tho woman en tered a plea of guilty hoforo Mayor Mitchell, but was sent back to jail to await fcontenco by the niayor. On Saturday afternoon Deputy Sheriff Wooiison heard tho Mot- calf woman talking to William Max well through tho bars and the con versation led tho deputy to believe that there was something wrong. Max. well asked tho woman why she did not hanJ him (he bun...

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. — 18 July 1911

- T r " T ( "V"1' t 'rchtK H'fWVlW fWH'yT 'l" f 'Wfr "tf'MIW'J' trri" ",1 i 'I ' ' i"i7TT--i--riTiifritnvfiritiiTirii - t ."it;-rtyVTTJTfnjtiii'ffir ,r . "Tr.Tir.n'ri. T.'.,.;;l '.""i '' H 'I'l'") ..n " t' r"l' ! I'l l T --- -- - ' ' 1 '! ii u i p. ,11,. J ii ml tw n, ., iL, n, i , ,i jn p Iiii ii 1,1 --t,l i-ur1 ' a lix -r "-i V ft .. -S7r- " iVr''j"1"- PAGE SIX Ill DKMUUKATJO DArtWJSA rU. ,'1 Bil ij - p 1 1 OEHENNA RUE A " FIGUREjFSPEECH Symbolizes the Second Death, A Total Extinction, WHERETHEIRWORMDIETHNOr Pastor Russell Leads an Exploration Party of Toronto Bible Students In a Critical Investigation of "Gehenna." Stripped of Superstitious Acoretlons, Ho Declares It "the Second Death." JiWV M m Toronto, Ouu., July JOlli.-rastor Kussell delivered thro addresses here today under the auspices of tlio "International III lilo Students Asso clalloli." By re questtwo of his ad dresses were more .particularly to tlio Hebrews, ou ".! oulfim In Prophe cy" Auatuer was specially to Ulblo St...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 18 July 1911

fpwwjiwfjc'ijjffjfp , wpf ?? TUESDAY, JULY 18; 19l1, IMJfc DEMOCRATIC BANNJCk i'JWW'iiWpBMiyw ' PACE TJIIW y vf w M- h ' i & PETITION ! To Set Aside A Will Of Former Bellville Mao Is Filed In The Courts Hand County In Claim That The Will is The Last One Not The Disciple Church Is Named As Defendant Other Notes Of interest From The Court House (Mansfield News) A petition to set aside the will of Aaron Lockhart, late of Ilellvllle, has been filed In the common pleas court. The style of the case Is Mrs. Electa Packer, Mrs.' Luretta Wnmsley, Alvin Lockhart and Benjamin Lockhart vs. William Lockhart, William Lockhart, executor, of paper purporting to bo the last will of Aaron Lockhart, sev eral heirs living at Trenton, Mo., Ina Aungst, nollvlllo, the unknown heirs of Jacon Ilurshfleld, the Disciple church of Bellville, and It. H. Cockley, executor, named in the original will, defendant!!. Mrs. Juretta Warasley, together with the other plaintiffs', declare they are nieces and nephews ...

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. — 18 July 1911

laE".. irafisra jjjjj" I Midi MMPWWMW Whrtl i Hi innil A 1 1 mi Wmw sr'Y. , ym? vr pw" 'vwsypr' n"i" 'SPST" --dMft4MK TMX DEMOCRATIC ftAHMIX TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911, .: SHORT LOCALS BtfttOT 22c; eggs 18c. Ster mosquito bites apply Hnnford's ISIr. JT. Q. Porter went to Akron Mon "ihUfjaeTnlng on business. -tfcAhlug equals Hnnford's Balsam liter Hxtcrnal uso on horses, Dftr. Johm Sachs of Newark was the ifctiwit at trlends In the city 8untlny. tr. Edward Coonoy was a business htesltor 1n Urlnk Haven over Monday. Ho ready Tor accidents by alwnys hvlnj Hnnford's Dalsnin on hand. . Blossrs. Albort Mnrah and ltnlph "TWard went to Columbus Monday morn tJK to spend the dny. iMlss Gladys Sonsil left Saturday ataornlnjj for Moundsvllle, W. Vn., to tEwmd n week with relatives. 'Messrs, Vark, Klbele, Drown mid "JPrlee -or Columbus wero the guests itof Ht Vernon friends Sunday. 'Mr.'Earl Snyder of Barborton Is the .iJSwwt of lils uncle, Mr. Frank McCJugln tamfl oilier relatives In the city. '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. — 21 July 1911

" Q Wtm& mttueir PKI03E TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911 No. 58 ESTABLISHED 183 mt I Hi AV0 'O' DEFINES ETHICS TORPEDO FLEET FRANCE BEADY TO ARBITRATE Secretary Knox Will Soon An nounce Treaty Negotiations, Boy Scouts Now Number 150,000, With 350,000 More Applicants K r rf V Congressman Talks In Editors Sn iession At Urges High Moral Standard-Representative Barnhart Of Indiana Denounces Policy Of Those Papers Unit Support Party Candidates Without Regard To Fit ness For Position Or Public Interest-Soys Power For Good Depends Much On Editor's Backbone Detroit, Mich., July 20. At n spe cial cession ot the National Editorial Association of tho United States, Rep resentative H. A. Barniiart of Indiana discussed the nowspaper man's duty in regard to national legislation. "Since the pcoplo are sending more editors to each succeeding congress. the dawn of tho legislative millen nium is correspondingly near," said Mr. Barnhart. The gieat duty of tho newspaper man, he sni...

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. — 21 July 1911

SSmrmwwK BMmWii Wli WWllWw!Tjj g'WiiMlWpW1l'(wrwig , lb o TWU THE DXMOOBATIO BAHNI FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911 MM WfWfPF ' PPWl vfPr ''WJIWW11' I $, FREDERICK-TOWN "Mrs. J. II. Lewis of Mt Gllead, vis Itwl friends in town last week. "Mr. Joseph Levering of this place, tricked bis grandmother, Mrs. Mary Levering, last week ,ln the village of I'Pulasklvllle, O. Mr. Milton Levering of Frederick. town, spont Sunday a week ago in 'Pnlosklvlllc, visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Lovcring. Mr. Edward L. Parker of this coun ty. Is elected permanent secretary of the National Association of Shoe Deal ers, by a representative body of that 'association, recently assembled in Philadelphia. Mra. J. J. McDonald visited with Mrs John Starmor at Mt. Vernon last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Mitchell enter Uined Mr. and Mrs. George Heffelfln ger and daughter of Centerhurg, (t couplo of days the past week. "Mr. Herbert Kccs has secured a position in Columbus. Mrs. Al Ucane and children visited "with the former's ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 July 1911

tyffiW&-JW ""-"Viwis FRIDAY JULY 21, 1911 TKB DEMOCRATIC BAHME PAGE THMMfr, m"Ww,Rp" K k 8TATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF BANKS AND BANKING NOTicn 10 rnrciTons or tiic (JAMWKU IIANKINO COMPANY of aAMumn, onio 1'uraunnt to tnc provlHlons of Section 742-3 or tlio Goncrul Code of Ohio, notlco in hereby Klven to nil pernorm who may havo clalmu nKnlnut Tlio Clambler Hank ing Company of Uamblcr, Ohio, to pro sont tlio satno to the unilomlffticd, Super intendent of )nnl8 of tlio State of Ohio, and make legal proof thereof, nt tho of Ilco of hucIi corporation Gambler, Ohio, on or bcforo August '20, 1911. R K BAXTRIl, Superintendent of Banks, SHERIFF'S SALE Fred Carey ct at, vs. Wnldo Mcrrlmnn ct nl KNOX COMMON PLHAS. By virtue of an order of alo Issued out of tho Court of Common Plena of Knox County, Ohio, nnd to 1110 directed, I vIH offer for snlo i.t the door of the Court IIouso, In Mount Vernon, Knox County, on Saturday, the 5th Day of August, 1911 between tho hours of 1 p. in nnd 3 p. m....

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. — 21 July 1911

mtmamum itmm&mmm awoBoBMoiM ""-' "fryjffiff'V' ''" ''ijriw'r! ,.nWlfTcf.,TpTOg.T;,,T,v --),.,-fWrPrr0(w. f.-y syiCTWyf ,, fWpP"-'"Trf PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANOT5 FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911 i' i!'4 Hi ' K." J, fcj H MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 0300Ll-"WOOl3ll3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato $1.50 per year. Entered at iho Mt. Vernon, O., post offlco as second class nia.il matter. s For Sugar Beets Is The Soil 01 Ohio (Columbus Dispatch) "I can see no reason why central Ohio should not hecomo the great est sugar producing soctlon ot tliu state," says K. Stalko, of Hallo, Oer- many representative or ono of the largest best sugar manufacturers In the German empire. Ho came to Co lumbus Tuesday, having hcnnl of the experiments of the chamber ot com merce, and investigated soil condi tions and products with a vlow to find ing n now market for Ills country. "Central Ohio has both the soil and climate," says Mr. Btalke who discov ered tho possibilities of Iho Saginaw dis...

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. — 21 July 1911

Tftj rwTfrYiiT FRIDAY JULY 21, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAnvt IS II? EXPLOSION t Of The Maine Came From The Outside X n Woman'sWorld Or Is It Not A Black Bass? If It Is Wins 2-Lent Fight In The Courts Here Receive ' Word Of Suicide Of I C, McConnell From Polk Finds Trouble At Mansfield On Oond Was Tnlilis At Coshocton Mrs. W. E, Corey Entertains on Lawns Artificially Cooled by Ico. f4 PtojffW PENNSY RELATIVES SLEUTH RELEASED i W JB In The City Of Pittsburg In A Decision Handed Down By The Com mon Pleas Court Tho Pennsylvania company, opera ting the Pennsylvania lines west ot Pittsburg, which pass through this city, and tho Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad com pany are now free to charge a higher passenger rate than two cents a mile insldo of Allegheney county, In tho state of Pennsylvania, according to a verdict handed down by Common Pleas Court No. 2 of Pittsburg. Tho court has perpetually restrained the county commissioners from endeavor ing to enforce tho...

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. — 21 July 1911

MfiriMHin tsS wt wr tji"t",V'JJ( 'ivt .AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911 ' IMMM i. is & if si tf m- t ft LU V t Ki PFNN Resigns As President Of , Citizens' Association At Special Meeting On Monday Evening Special Committee Appointed At This Meeting At a special meeting of the Mt. Vernon CltlzoiiB Association Monday evening, Mr. L. C. 1'onn tendered his resignation as president and the samo wis accepted by the association. A successor to Mr. I'enti will probably bo elected at the next regular meeting -of tho association. On motion of Mr. S. M. Woolson a vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Ponn for his activity and untiring ef forts during tho time he served the na soclatlon as its prealdiug officer. Mr. Ralph C. Itingwalt brought up tho subject of the HClcclian at tho coming election of a delegate to the constitutional convention and moved that a committee of ilbreo be appoint ed to confer with other organizations of tho county In reference to the sub ject of dolcga...

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. — 21 July 1911

riWVTVi'V'i'nftlir'' w' nwH iriOT -4nv!fjF t? FRIDAY JULY 21, 1911 THE DXMOGtiATXO BAH1TO& PASS MVKN V I 1 iv l k i- LUNACY Gase In Probate Court Tues day Morning Patient Threatened To Take His Life Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice An affidavit In lunacy wits Hied In probata court of Knox Co. on Tuesday morning against William Miser of this city. The unfortunate man was brought to the court house Tuesday morning by Sheriff Parker and Deputy Sheriff Woollson. He was at the home of his father, near Esto. The man's mind has been unbalanc ed for some time and he has threat ened to take his life. An Inquest wns held at the Probate Judge's offlce Tuesday morning, con ducted by Dr. Workman and Dr. Hum bert and the man was declared Insane. Arrangements will bo made to have him conveyed to the state hospital. o Contract Let ' The county commissioners at their session on Monday awarded the con tract for the fill at the east abutment of the Trotman bridgo to Walter Rab John, ...

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. — 21 July 1911

SSSBttSSSSSSBSSSBSSMSSNHHHHHMMMH q OSSC3 W f5-aF jr - if iT" M'IHT THE DEMOCRATIC BAMMEE FRIDAY, JULY 81, 1911 J fc'J tf. 1EGIPR0GITY TALK ENGAGES SENATORS Th insurgents Gome Out Fur Canadian Agreement. "Washington, July 20. Consldcra 4hra ot tho Canadian reciprocity bill occupied the attention of tho scnato tho entire day. Two speeches wcro made by Insurgents In fnvor of tho an ensure. Senators Works and Ilrown ftdvocntcd Us passage. Senator Brown' of NobMHkiL referred to his fellow Insurgents as "erring brethren," bo cause of their attitude of hostility to .ward Canadian reciprocity. Sonator Stone of Missouri defended th reciprocity bill and congratulated the president on having negotiated tho agreement. Ho declared that Canadian reciprocity would so down la history to tho everlasting credit of the Taft administration. Sonator IGenyou of Iowa, Hopubllcau insur--jnnt, went on record in a, brief pecch in opposition to the reciproc ity agreement. In tho executive session of tho son 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. — 25 July 1911

i Ml fw 'it . E ' - l . ' h PRIOX TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OfflO, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911 Ko. 59 ESTABLISHED 183 'If She is h & P' ( M ran 11 INh Former Editor ioicide Die Iq Each Others Arms-Dressed In Their Wedding Fioery Mr. Aiid Mrs. E. 0, C. (irons Of Jiddletown, N. Y Drink Acid And Pass On To Sleep That Knows No Waking-Leave Pathetic Notes Describing How Christian Friends Deserted Them lu Hoar Of Need Mlddlotown. N. Y.,July 24. Dressed b their wedding cle-tboa and clasped In each other's arms, Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. C. Crane, promlnont in so lety circles in this city, were found dead In their bed at home. They had been dead since Wednes day and their bodies were in terrible condition. On a ohoir beside tho bod were two glosses, which had appar ently contained carbolic acid. Mr. and Mrs. Crane resided in the finest section of tho pity,. They had beon prominent BoclaUy for many years, Mr. Crans haying been former ly editor of the Mlddlotown Dally Press. He was also prominent in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 July 1911

i-wfe -JV-fVA-UgVg KTKXSsafr. kBifixfMnwbMiKiswmmymtMviwiimiut mx-' mrmnmmrvmTmmr7mmmwrwn r-f ---.--n"--tJf'fwi-w' ---! r t9- .r-- r-.!, f- TWO TEX DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911 t R. f FIRECRACKERS 4ht if Season Caused Horse To Run Away It liapponcd on North Mnin street. rAtr&uT.l boy wns holding n post-Fourth I July celohrntlon with a fow firo tcracltora "' which he inlschlovously Traced ucnr a delivery wagon belong ing to tho P. J. Honcgnn grocery, Naturally the horse started and start ed -with a Vengeance too. Ho fairly tsro up the ground. Tho delivery hoy semcrgnd from tho house and caught 'sight of the disappearing heels of the iorso nnd Immeillatcly began to con ijHro tlio amount of destruction tho lorso and wagon would do In their "wild flight. As ho walked down Main tfrcct, ho followed the routo tho horso had taken by tho pcoplo standing jtfong tho way. His terror Increased And ho hastened down to the grocery. Mo horse was there. lie followed tho trail, arrive...

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