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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 July 1911

I' TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911. THE DZMOOBATIO BAMHZK PAGE DAUGHTER Of Old Friend Recognized McConncll's Name RACES I CENT POSTAGE IN li, S. Mr. 8. W. Korns rotnrnedl te Mar, homo lu Mlllorjhurg Snturdny moralac; after a visit with Mr. and Mrs, C F Pattoraan and family. Mrs. Albort Clow returned to ltr home 'tt Dantlllo 8nturdny raonilwr after a visit with friends In the eHjv Mr sVllllam Wolfe spent Suturfe. In Columbus. Was The Frame Work At Knox Co. Glass Plant To Manufacture Glass Novel tics To Be Located FACTOR! BLOWN DOWN MAY BE DROUGHT ABOUT p P Y NOa& In lit. Vernon At A Very Early Date Two Local men Are Interest ed In Tiie Concern Which Will Use The Old Brasseur Plant Marbles And Paper Weight To Be Made Plans are bins laid by local men for the establishing of another glass factory for ML. Vernon for tho purpose of manufacturing glass novelties. At present there are very few factories cf the kind In tho state and bocauso of this fact, the products of the new plant will bo in g...

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. — 25 July 1911

0m i fall i r i liJtfMrtHfrU WBBWIW"P WjPrlfl nwmni wwnifiiwify nmnwy a iiitwfwfmtrtNl r AQE FOUR I'HJi UEMUOKAl'lU BAjNjNUH. TUESDAY, JULY 25, 191t. mmmmmmummimmu pw-hi"i! u tat MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Im PRANK HARPER, Editor 'fr MONUMENT SQUARE Isk , Subscription Rate 11.60 per year. ' Entored at the Mt. Vernon, O., post- ' SK office as second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES REVOUm ON Will Be Worked In Election Methods Under The Kimble Corrupt Practices Act The following Domocrntlo caucuses imvo been called to tako action In jeferenco to nominations for township and municipal ofllcos: Liberty Township Township ITouso Fridny, August 4, ut 4 o'clock p. in. Berlin township At township house, Wednesday, July 2G, at 8 o'clock p. hi. Morgan township Township house, Monday, July 31, ut 8 o'clock p. in. College township and Gamblor vil lageTown hall In Gamblor, Tuosday, August 1, at 7 p. in. Clinton township Township house, Friday, July 28, at 7 p. m. Miller towiiBhlp At tho township ho...

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. — 25 July 1911

I mtr 3m WJSL...LU "'""" iniwwi w i. t .- nigj .awaji. M -rn TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEJt EY LED llli IWI. INILUnn,.,,,...,,,.,,! I i , i.ii. ""' "II 1 1 llll J. imii lMIIIIJMiKMMllllll II 1 1 111 BY BAND SETTLEMENTS i ror Hearing In Profc Court of Knox County, Ohio, via; NOTICE OF HEARINQ ACCOUNT Following account has boea !, or settlement ind will bo heatd . ' 'y 'A i y m A CK ME HAVING SATURDAY EVENIN ELSWORTH C DAILEY SHOOTS HIS THE And Then Falls On Her Dead Body And Buries His Face Against Hers NEIGHBORS SAY TIUT DHLEY HAD THREATENED TO KILL HIS WltE ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, BUT IN COUNTY JAIL HE SAYS THE SHOOT ING WAS PURELY A'CGIDENIU Dailey Talks To A Banner Reporter In Jail And Says The Shoaling Was Accidental-A Charge 01 Murder In First Degree To Be Filed Against The Prisoner-Details Of The Affair A most horrible crime, having all the evidence of murder in the first degree, occurred about 6:20 Saturday night on East Gambier street -when Elsworth C. Dailey, ...

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. — 25 July 1911

ESBA mtmmmmmmmm UaMMMhAWi ly'T' WMMLHiMIWIWI'lWK'IJ'HW1 1, Pl-mi f--ffiffa .AGE SIX TMK DKMOORATiq BAWNI TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1011. Y ft u i ip. B rt If H . Kf i.m B .Si K." . GOD IN Tl Ell MEED THEWO A Godless World of Godless Homes a Growing Danger. OPPORTUNITY FREE TO ALL Pastor Russoll Snya Nothing That tha World Can Do Con Intcrforo With ilv Dlvlno Plnn All Mankind Will Have Full Opportunity For Llfo or Daath Eternal, Because Christ Diod For the Ungodly. Mlmlra, N. X July 2X Pnotor Umvjcll delivered two nddrcflVH hero today to crowded nnd attentive nil dlcuccn. Wo re port ono on "God In Tlio Home," from Uio text, "An Cor "mti und my house, yro will oorvo tlio Lord" (Josnun, xkIv, 15). The Pastor said: Do not under stand mo to tcadi Hint Uiq world's op porl unity for Uf6 everlasting or death everlasting Is now. "God lialh ap pointed a Day in which II o will judge tho world," grant tho world a Judg ment or trial or lest. That great Day Is future. It Is thn Day of Christ, a thousand ...

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. — 25 July 1911

Tr ns",,iwp "frw; ''wwnviPkJ 'v'VH8n f9fnpiw-T '"' wnw)f-jnrvw-"- t'Tri,''i'j'wt 'M' "jkwjp p Kf ,B!ijt"tft,'wfc t r ji" v yv1 1 TUKBDAV, .JULY 28, U11, tM BIMOORiLTIO BAJTKXB MO SKVRN V ' - W ', M B CHARGE Filed Against Officer Alsdorf By Chief Clements For Failing To Report For i . Duty On Time Charges To Be Heard By The Safety Director Chief Says Police Force Is Hunoing Lex And That Dicipline Is Al most Forgotten Charges were preferred against Pa trolman Albert S. Alsdorf by Chief of Police Roll in S. Clements on Friday wornlng;, the charge being failure to report for duty. Alsdorf haB been'n member of the police force in Mt, Ver non for a period of several years. On Friday morning, Chief Clements advised the mayor of tho fact that charges had been made against Of fleer Alsdorf and proceeded In a for mal manner to properly fllo the said charge. The chief stated to ihe Ban ner that Alsdorf, who is supposed to report for regular night patrol duty at 7 o'clock in the evening, did no...

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. — 25 July 1911

E3 r"i 'if r- i. , -1 K7i" .a.i3ja p PFvPwwfimpnmNp MMftlNUMMlttMfelNIM it mUm MftMN it USjXTii ii;ZHie y ma1 tW 'i7 "I1"1'" M'Jr VI ?" ' J J 4 -4dL fif ""jj' NtfC KJ&HT TMX DEMOCRATIC BAKKlJfc TUESDAY, JULY 25, 111. W"il ;i I mi- : - : I f St M i ' I li ra u i Mi 1 r ffi. r"1 i h h Toang people, have you ever consld jre4 tlie opportunities that would b tuarsin the business world, if you wer secure a thor ugh bus! ess tralnini 'Ha "OHIO'S GREATEST SCHOO' W BUSINESS," THE BUSS COL TMJGIJ? W, A. Dobbyn wns a country 6' doc -Headier now fcccretary at $5iI00.00 pc jrtsr. Lmra Durkee, high school grot ' Xmle now nsslatnnt bank cxmnincr. K -C. Xlnyes, tcachrr now making ovt $3000.00 per year. Mnrjor e Amlrcwi Sjlgh tchool graduate now druuin 5fl200.00 per year. M. M 'Jocque "tfkrm boy -salary now SMOO.OO pi ear. 3rral Tyler, high school grno ''aalc -now bank cashier. Ada Wcnafei ireisraakcr now $1800.00 per ynr Sidney Major, farm boy now drawin, ?W00.00 per year. Why do you licsita'e?...

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. — 28 July 1911

'' ml.'V'f (U ' Wru m V ?T"l "! J,v "! 1 ;"- j. U tfi ettwjcnt fctttl PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911 No. 60 ESTABLISHED 183 WAB TALK TO BOOST GEORGE Mars and Atwood, Aviators, Are Prominent In the News One Day She i . v - j At & JV .Wk in ,: M President Sends V Message lo Senate Proposes Toast Id Public-State's Guardsmen And Army Officer Leave Table Id Disgust As Nugent Displays Venom Because Governor Hod Secured Passage Of Laws Repulsive To Bosses Of Both Parties Came Near Being Victim Of SeverelBeathg Seagirt, N. J., July 27. In tho presence of several officers of the Now Jersey National Guard, James It. Nugent, chairman of the Demo cratic state committee, called Gover nor Wilson an lngrate and a liar. Since then lie has heen the target for the strongest kind of condemnation all through the camp of tho New Jersey Guard. The assertion was made in tho prosenco of half u hundred or moro people at a restaurant in Avon, and cmo, officer, at leaBt stated tha...

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. — 28 July 1911

rMtaatawtaMMaM aqiiMiiii lAHETWt THE DEMOCRATIC BANHEfc FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. KWUWW I' if 4" V n m m j.-t BRYAN lit In TiiG State Fight In Nebraska loted Politician Seems To Have Been Eliminated Lincoln, Nob., July 25 In accord cauco with the Stato primary law In nrtiich it roquIrcB that nil of the polltl J1 parti os shall hold their conventions 'oa Iho same day, tho Republicans -assomblod In Stnto convention here "SoSny whllo tho Democrats and tho JBopulists met at Fremont. All can dJdatca aro selected In primaries, so "that all that Is left for tho conven tions to do it to build platforms and eoloet tho State campaign ofllcors. Tho conventions, nevertheless, are ialtractlng tho nttcntlon of politicians 'tlo country over. They aro tho first 'Stato conventions of tho year to bo '.add anywbero in tho North or 7obu -Furthermore, they aro held in a Stato which has furnished somo of tho most 'conapicuouB leaders of tho "Insurgent" tmovomont in tho Republican party and at tho satno tlmo...

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. — 28 July 1911

ESSSSel yf't fH ti -rtr 'v '-r " m FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. TH1 DEMOCRATIC JBANNXm PA8E THMMfc 5' PRS0NER Charged Willi Murder In The First Degree Hears Affidavit Read At The County Jail And Immediately Waived Examination Case To tie Investigated By Grand Jury Of The November Term Of Common Pieas Court The Latest Developments In The Murder Case At four o'clock Tuesday afternoon Mayor C. A. Mitchell, Prosecuting At torney L. T. Cromley, Chief of Police R. 8. Clements, Attorney F. V. Owen, Rev. William E. Hull and the news paper men assembled In the parlor at Knox county jail and Elsworth Dallcy, charged with the murder of his wife, Minnie Dailey, was brought from his cell and was arraigned before Mayor Mitchell. When the prisoner was seated Rev. Hull spoke a few words to him in a low tone and he began to cry. Immediate ly afterward, the affidavit was form ally read to him. At the conclusion of this he was asked; "Are you guilty or not guilty?" Dailey, In an effort to control his voice ...

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. — 28 July 1911

T "-- -n-n irmnnu m nunnm mil i Hi minima n -"""' T"1 ".'. '.fSagag iiTlTfl"" ' iT ii iT L - ..Jim .i.iitmHA.'j.u ''., .,,' ... ,. hi r .i ia-j lltWIWWMWWWMWMMWWhl' Wiii nil miilliEiii I 1 1 III nil ff Hi IIJpiWi " "' HPT'lfi! mm J'l" Ty""".'1" ' ''SPfifeTlErc lipaiimp 0jjjtffMllV i v Rvi III ' 1 m m PAGE POUR MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oaaotl-"VCrooiKJL3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Bubscrlption Rate $1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second class malt matter. ir Convention 0! Catholic Soci eties To Occur in Columbus One of the groatest conventions -over hold In ColumbuB undor Catholic auspices will bo the national conven tion of the Amoncan Federation of Cnthollc Societies which will bo held in the city of Columbus, August 20th 23rd. It will bo attonded by many prom inent .nembora of tho Catholic Hier archy and clergy, and by thousands of Cnthollc laymon from ovory State in the Union. Word has Just boon rocolvod by State I'rosldont Jamoa T. Carroll of...

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. — 28 July 1911

Ik'-al o ' I FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. muamiajj. Willi wmw THE DEMOCRATIC BANNJE PASKPrMt Kl k K CHMONS At The Girl's Industrial School Much Better Under The Direction Of New .Superintendent According To The Report 01 lilt. Vernon People Who Pay A Visit To The Delaware Institution A Writ Of Habeas Corpus In The Metcalf Case Probato Judgo Borry, Judgo Frank O. Levering, Juvenile Officer Patrick Purcoll nnd Mrs. Fred Wolfe and Mrs. L. S. Klnnalrd, members of the Knox county Doard of visitors, wont to Dola waro Wednesday, taking with them Stella Sells who was placed in the Girls' Industrial school. The party made the trip partially for the purpose of inspecting the in stitution and wore glad to find that conditions woro greatly changed over a fow mouths ago. Tho presont superintendent is Mr. John McNainaro, who has been in charge of tho homo for three months. When tho present superintendent as sumed control ho found GOO girls In tho home. One of tho first things he did was to summon all g...

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. — 28 July 1911

HfeWWi Xi . km wrfuM it tu'i Jd Mfc Ju HwtowwftMum imrfu m j Jiac i.aa BiHSMHECBHHS (WHamniwIfhHiiplJW ,AGE 3iX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911 f I i i. , IA' ' fe ' i? f I'd t'J- IV' I LJJ? I? V Q ie i. , r . i IC- . I ri fl'p 'V. MURDER Id Firs! Degree Is Cliorge Made Against Dailey By Chief 01 i'oli.i;; Clements Monday Night Dfiicials Don't Believe Shoot ing Accidental Claim Dailey Recently Tried To Blow Up House By Turning On The Gas And Then Going Away Officials Believe Dailey Planned The Murder And Bought Revolver In Detroit For That Purpose Some Other Facts About The The Murder Case After an Investigation Into tho shooting of Minnlo Itowloy Dnlloy by hor husband, Elaworth Dalloy, tho offi cials are of tho posltlro hoi I of that it was a dollhorato murdor and that Uio accidental story told by Dalloy la not true. Slnco tho Hhootlng Hovor.il things have eotno to light that aro not favor able for tho defendant. According to ono ulory told by tho ofilchtls It In allege...

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. — 28 July 1911

fprmwWjtfvf i- FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. XJUB DJEMOORATIO BAKMSft PAQC SICVSN pzim i5? m j ! j j j j j j j j j j 4 MONROE CENTER J, I I ! r J "Jf ! 4 J I I ! i II. B, Hurley was tho guest of Frank Johndon and family Sunday. A. IJ. Prouco nnd son, Carrol, havo been visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Fronco, tho past week. Tho cottuga prayer meeting was hold at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rlnoliart Sunday evening. Miss Clco Johnson wns tho guest of Miss Nora and Audrlo Needs ono day last week. Mr. Elmer Pnrrlsh Is visiting a fow days wllh his cousin, Mr. Curtis Par rlsh. Several from this place nttended the place attended tho picnic at Cedar Point Saturday. Mr. Oren lllnohart returned home Saturday after visiting relatives at Hunt station. Mr. Leu Scott of Mt. Vernon, visit ed with Mrs. Mamo Scott and family Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ireno Hull was tho guest of Myrtle Hull ono day last week. Superintendent M. B. Hurley is beautifying tho cemetery this week by cleaning the sam...

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. — 28 July 1911

rriKiimT ?y'nyt r vf T?VTWt " ww-twrwil Kyw$$wv?"'t w:nwQvm?4pm'WW!' -IKVUKKIOHT gyt11 ' as THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER frioAv, July d trit tit, t& u 4 FREE TRIP TO OHIO STA1E FAIR I08D TIME AND EXPENSES PAID-ONE BOY (RDM EAGD COUNTY MADE HAPPY "Tfeo Slato Board of Agrlculturo will 'Bavito ono boy from each county to fco Its guest at tho Ohio State Fair, atoigust 28 to Septombor 1. Farm boys between tho ages of 1G and 20 aro Jftliglblo to mako application. All ex IpoaBO of this trip wll bo paid by tho -State Board of Agriculture. FREE BED AND BOARD. Kach boy must work four hours teach day on tho Fair grounds, sleep Ma a tent and eat three meals a day. Tie must visit ovcry department of Ubo Fair, and write In a noto book tho things which most Interest him, 'Tho State Hoard of Agriculture do .lres to emphasize tho educational iritfuo of tho Stato Fair, Tho boys con read their notes at Fnrmer Insti tutes. SAFE TRIP. This will bo a Bafo trip. Permission will bo given tho boys to visit tho...

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. — 1 August 1911

&0FW&tftll)!l9KW ir--fnf TilMWyiV ""r5vjjJjES WtWVl wmtv. MtlOI TWO CENTS MT. VEENON, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911. NO. 61. ESTABLISHED 283 S i f -V- CANADIANS GET . ALL THE FACTS Laurier And Borden ity Statement Are Opposed Ob Proposition Premier Reviews Subject For Past Forty Years And Tells Bow Great Men Worked For Condition Now Brought About By Passage Id Congress Of Trade Agreement-Opposition Leader Glad Question Is To Be Submitted To People Ottawa, Ont., July 31. With the statements Issued by the rival lead era. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and R. L. Borden, the biggest political fight In Canada's history began. Sir Wilfrid never speaks for publication find the latest statement Issued by him -was three years ago. In his present state ment, after lef erring to the history of the various attempts by all polit ical parties In Canada to get reci procity with the United State, he says: "Within the last 1! months the president of the United States sent to Ottawa two commissioners fr...

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. — 1 August 1911

WPWWWHMWBWWIIWWMMMawMMlaBwuilllwiBiiiMiiii i i mmmmiii ibiMliumilmiwmiipiwwmmmiwwi TWO TMX DEMOCRATIC BANNK TUESDAY, AUQU8T 1, 1911. 4 4 If I,', I 11 fttUPI KN K U , MENTS AGAINST THE OHIO STATE BOARD OF COMMERCE (From Constitution Educational Committee.) Because tho Ohio Stnto Hoard of Commerce hns scon fit to ad- jl'VlBtt tho poople of Ohio as to the rati meaning of nil propowd lAangos in our present constitution, it has been made tho object of litter attacks by a fow sensational newspapers. Tho Educntional Committee of the Ohio State Board of Com roo proposes to discuss every constitutional issue. It wants the jwoplo to know the real meaning of every proposition ndrnnced for 'incorporation in tlie now constitution. The membership of the Ohio State Board of Commerce is 'emprised of Ohio's most patriotic citizens men of integrity and 'high standing in their own communities. Just to show what liisstatementH tho "yellow" papere servo to Ihcir readers as news the following article, wi...

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. — 1 August 1911

--y.i tfiflwfjiifrMKww mmwmm riJi(WWfwi(HWHMWW TWt1""" 1 Tirr t-rmtj V TUE8DAY, AUQU8T 1, 1811. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNE PA9E THftM I N M ATHLETIC Carnival To lie Held Eliawaflm Park Al Noted Wrestlers To Be Here -Other Sports Mr, Wallace Sovorns, the only ac tive promoter of sports, outside of baseball, .n Alt. Voinon, Is making arrangements for a grand athletic carnival and wrestling tournament which will bo held at Hiawatha nark on the evening of August 9th, the date sot for tho merchants' picnic. Through the Influence of several promoters throughout the state and because of the excellent treatment re ceived by Sir. Al Haft (Young Gotch) of Columbus at his previous exhibi tions In this city, Mr. Sovorns has succeeded In securing a match bo tween Young Gotch and Gustave Out lanls, tho latter being known as tho "Terrible Greek." This one match alone should assure all lovers of ath letics their money's worth but It doos not stop at that Preliminaries to tho main bout between George Wats...

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. — 1 August 1911

PIPPIPI '19?'fPflW'WffW VfwBgSR& 'fPP"''' '?T7rVlim TXK JDHMUUKAT1U UAJNWJC TUESDAY, AUQU8T 1, 1011. tMW. FOUR MOUNT VERNON, OHIO 1 1 ,v FRANK HARPER, Editor oaoaLl-",CVool3ELly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Bnbaorlption Rate $1.60 per year. Entered nt the Mt. Vernon, 0 post ofuco as second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES !! GERALD'S WIFE M40444'4"K"H4"HW'. Gerald's chum, NotherDT Atuw, broko nil to pieces Inst fall from overwork J. nud so on, and ho was ordered down hero. And lio couldn't afford to conio nnd stny indefinitely, so he pulled n few wires, nud things happened. Ho I wns mndo postmnstcr here nt Pine- ' vllle. And he got lonesome nnd henlthy nnd workful ngnln a month ngo, so Gcriild's In his place, and he's In New I York. Don't you seo? It wns really very definite and businesslike nnd 1 rli.hf nnilnr tlm rlrpiimsmiipps." "Oh, certnlnly, uuder the clrcum- ? a Misunderstanding and Happy Explanation. The following Democratic caucuses hnvo been called to take action in referen...

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. — 1 August 1911

yil'i'jy i"id"ii)iiDwww V TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1011. THI 3MBMOOKATIO BAHHIft Vi PA8E rMMIt, yy N T i CVI .1 '' IK V i I . ,( PUBLIC Funds Won't Be Tied Up By Failure Of Bank And City Employes And Teachers Will Be Paid Chief Beputy Walters So States On Monday Several Local Merchants Had Big Sums On Deposit And Consequently Unable To Pay Their Bills Mr. Goorgo Walters of the state banking department, returned to Mt. Vernon Monday morning, attor spend ing Sunday In Columbus, to assume charge of the Guaranty Savings Bank & Trust Company, which closed Its doors on Saturday. Mr. Walters was of tho opinion that the liquidating offi cer would be appointed somo time Monday and when he takes charge Mr. Walters will be rellored of his duties hore. There has been considerable dis cussion about the city whother or not tho public funds will bo available at once, or whether a period of 90 days must elapse before any part can be drawn out. In an interview with a Banner re porter Monday morning, M...

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. — 1 August 1911

ji)M jyjw yiwiw ifWifiWHiw MW4 T"Jg r '- AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1011. ptijPiinniwi , hi,iiiiiiinwi'wi'iiWiMiiiiyiWMwyMri; 5 4' I -7 WHERE A DEAD NLECT? Our Friends, Neighbors, Holy, Unholy, Civilized, Viie? HEAVEN m EARTH BY AND BY, Fastor Russell Claims Diblo Teaching to Be Not Universallsm, but a Uni versal Opportunity to Hear of the "Only Name Given Under Heaven Whereby Wo Must Be Saved." Gnlcsburg, 111., July 30. I a b tor Russell of Brook lyn, and now also of London, deliv ered addresses to large audiences nt tlio OaluBburs Clinutnuqua today. Ills tonics wore, "Whore Arc the Dead?" nnd "Tins Judgment of the O r o a t White Throne." Wo re port the former. Bncli address lasted for nearly two hours, but bo deeply in terested wero the audlcuceH that they seemed not to note tlio light of time. He said: No other question could ho of deeper Interest to thinking people than theono now before us "Where Are the Dead?" Our ancestors, our neighbors, our friends, a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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