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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 August 1911

FRIPAY, AUGUST ,1, 1011. TUX DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAGE THRM, y S In City Of Ml, Vernon Ml Clinton Township For The Primaries To Occur On September 5 None 01 Parties Have Full Ticket In Field Socialists Have Candidates For Many Oifices A Spirited Contest Promised At The Primaries Tho following aro the entries in Alt. Vernon and Clinton township for the nominations at tho primaries, to. occur on September 5: THE CITY TICKET' Democratic Mayor Chau. L. Bormont, Albertes L, Byrns, Chas. V. Critchflold. President of council Virgil L. Fish er. City Auditor Edward L. Parker. City Treasurer Carey E. Purdy. Solicitor (no petition.) Countllmon at Largo (three to bo nominated). Bruce Gloeson, Michael Nixon, C. P. Patterson. Councllmon First ward, no peti tion; Second ward, Joseph Lovlson; Third ward, John L. Kilkenny; Fourth ward, no potPion. Assesors First ward, Wm. A. Chap pelcar; Second ward, no .petition; Third 'vard, no petition; Fourth ward, no petition. Board of Education Chas. A. Beck, Nob...

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 August 1911

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Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 August 1911

W JfHf ' "JV -. J f V T i ,. ft.,? 1 ,rV Jh i. FRIDAY, AUQU8T 11, 1S11, SEVERED Were Beck's Fingers In A Buzz Saw Workman Meets With Un fortunate Accident Nowton Dock, employed at tlio C & Q. Coopor works, met with a very unfortunato accident whllo at his work on Wednesday afternoon. He was pushing a piece of wood against n buzz saw which was revolving at a high rate of speed when his right hand slipped and struck tho saw. Tho Index and middle lingers were com pletely severed, tho ring linger being cut off at tho second Joint and tho end of tho thumb sevored. In addi tion to this (he palm of tho hand was terribly cut and lacerated by tho teeth of tho saw. Ho was taken to the Mt. Vernon Modlcal and Surgical Sani tarlura as soon as possible after tho accident whore Dr. James P. Leo was called to reudor surgical attention. I OBITUARY ! Mrs. Almeda Henry Mrs. Almeda Henry dlod at her homo about two miles west of Blad ensburg Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock aftor an illness of several...

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 August 1911

' r; ., ..v-.T f Wl n ywnvrwv i , AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BAifNE FRIDAY AUGUST 11, 1911 WfamfrnwiMg I SUES To Recover Money For Care And Nursing Claiming She Was Defrauded Out Of Her Money Offices At Court House To Close Wednesday Mary E. Simmons has commenced a suit in tlio court of common pious of Knox county against A. IT. Simmons In which alio' seoks to recover tho sum of $150. The plaintiff states that on September 20, 1910, sho was employed to nur3o and care for Amanda Moy- borry, now decoaBOd. Sho furthor states that on January 7, 1911, tho aald Amanda Mayherry transferred her property In Mt. Vernon to tho dofond- tint In this action for tho consideration of $700, and that tho whole transaction was for tho purposo of defrauding tho plaintiff out of hor claim. Tho plaint iff states that hor services wore worth $10 per week and sho Uioroforo asks for a judgment against Qio defendant for $150. Neal & Sapp for tho plaint iff. -'Offices to Close All tho olllcoa at tho Knox coun...

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 August 1911

' i u !jfflifySWw ).yxywyw-. sis e vs FRIDAY, AUGUST 11j 1911. TUX DEMOCRATIC BAlfWElt AQ1 8KVKN j-wSmSmfAu HHKiiAiLEMiffllliBBii iifjMlilittHfm rrnrn rr im' - W !,WTr J l w- f 11 1 in. ..can in --. . 1 ,, ,. t iVlrrrpWWf K t , ' V r "BLEW UP" Did Stock Co. And Perform ers "Blow Out" "Our Own" Stock company, which lias been appearing at the Cooper the atre for tho past four weokB, "blow up" Monday evening and most of the performers left tho city on early morning trains and It Is claimed left hehlnd a number of unpaid bills. Duslnoss at tho theatre has not been good for several days past and tho manager mado an announcement Monday night that thoro would bo no more performances given by tho com pany. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Tho Knox County Teachers' Insti tute will be held In Mt. Vernon, Aug. 21-25. The Instructors will be Dr. Lin coln H. Hulley and Prof. Coughlln. The latter has announced his sub jects as follows: Monday Habit In Education. Character Building. Tuesday Tho Pedagogy of Rea...

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 August 1911

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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. — 15 August 1911

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Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 August 1911

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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. — 15 August 1911

j ''"''TSRIE! tpE&!nptjRr'r& ;'WPirr" rMrspi i'ir.-HtSt-'( V "- '""lyiWW i l i i uuiiw i) uopagig K Tuesday, Auguit 16, 1911, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAK THUWt, " ' N & X s WAGON RECORD GOES TO UHLAN Son of Blngen Wins Fresh Laurels at North Randall, TROTS WONDERFUL HALF MILE Major Delmar's Record Clipped by 3 3-4 Seconds by Gelding Qrlven by Billings and Paced by Runner, the Half Mile Being Covered In 66 14 Seconds, Which la Within Quarter Second of Dan Patch's Record to Sulky. Clovoland, 0., Aug. 12. In tho wonderful tlmo of. GGU seconds,' Uhlan, gelding son of Blngen, trot ting to wagon, clipped 3 seconds from tho rocord established by Major Delmar In 1906. Tho tlmo not only Is a trotting record halt mllo to wagon, but waa faster than Major Delmar's 69U-second half mllo to sulky and only a qunrtor-socond slower than Dan Patch's paced half mllo to sulky. Tho half mile was trotted with Bil lings, Uhlan's owner, In tho Httlo wagon, alongside a runner driven by "Doc" Tanner...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 August 1911

8SS3 ?JfPtV'" tAGE FOUR TMR DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, August 13, 1911. ITMMmilJiMWilWJJ illl 1IIIWW m V MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Unto 1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., poit ofuce os second claaa mall mattor. SUDDENLY Death Come To Charles Chapman At Camp Sychar Disease Pronounced As Cause Of His Death COLUMBUS THE MECCA FOR FEDERATION Catholic Societies' Meeting August 20-23 ENTIRE NATION REPHESENTEIl tho business thoroughfares but In the resldpnco section as well Tho city will put on airs nnd thoroughly tako care of tho thousands of visitors who como to attend this notable event. FEEL FREE TO WRITE Hail Been Tenter At Camp During The Meeting Mr. Charloa Chapman, residing at 16 Bolmont avonuo, this city, died suddenly at Camp Sychar on Sunday afternoon at about 3 o'clock, his III uoss bolng duo lo an attack of heart trouble. Mr. Chapman had not boon fooling well for a period of about five days provlous to his death and for t...

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. — 15 August 1911

I I "&Z J. ,.1. Tuesday, August 15, 1011. XU DKMOOEATIO BANKE page rmt A T -. J '''''IBWm ' u ' LOOSELY Contested Game Of Baseball Won By lliawatlias ' From The All-Stars Of Co Jumbus On Sunday Tbe Locals Had A Large Number Of Errors But Won Out By A Close Score Of 6 To 5 Thfe Grays Woo From The Renner-Weber Team The Hiawatha toam won a loosely played game of baseball ovor tho All Stars of Columbus on Sunday after noon by a score of 6 to 5, Ibe contest being marred by oloven enors, nearly nil of which were costly for one team or the other. Tho count should have been 1 to 0 In favor of tho Hiawatha team as only one earned run was scored during the game. The All-Star team is made up ot clean young players, who are of the kind that fight until the last inning Is ovor, and tho game was very interest ing until the end, even though tho fielding was of a ragged order at va rious points. The score stood at 1 to 1 until the fifth inning when tho lo cals counted four when a man was passed...

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. — 15 August 1911

MMS! MMMMmMMMM -IT" Hilij 9 i rrit - ""WJWf "'"Wip TM! vrfB'ViaTS'i WP - A ACtE SIX TKE DEMOCRATIC BAWlTJa Tuesday, AUgunt IB, 1911, II HIM l .lllllJlll II. llll Illl I I llll VM w I II m ? tRar" IHT INTERESTING Joints Visited By Senator Houck And Family Bn The European Trip They Are Now Taking Hie Most Beautiful Of Alt Is Switzerland Played At Snowball Id The Alps Mountains M Ban Put One Over Ou The Old Man Ncuhausen, Switzerland, July 30. Editor Banner: I am writing' tliis letter, ualng ttio Banner of July 1C aa a pad, and ovory word has been devoured. TUanlcs to you for tho now. Wo nro more llian seven thousand miles from you In lieaatlful Switzer land. Wo fouad "Sunny" Italy well named. Weather toot the warmest In tUty years. Twelve dayo ou the At lantic and Mediterranean, flno wcath or and a happy voyage of flvo thou sand miles, landed us at Naples, a city of half a million, on Uie Bay of Naples. Wo saw great UtfiifiH hero and found ancient Italy In Uio form and manner of their...

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. — 15 August 1911

saT r ,'A- , IV ? '' ! 'ti ' Tuesday, Augutt 16, -1B11. V MI DIMOOJtATIO JBAHHI PASC 8KVEM, .yiV MESSAGE JOYFUL FOR THE SIN-SICK The Master Speaketii Bairn For Wounded Hearts. COMFORT FOR SORROWING, Pastor Rusecll Says That When Trou bio Comes Few Doubt the Existence of God Human Sympathy Alone It Impotent to Comfort the Sin-Burdened Soul Eternal Blessing Fol lows tho Acceptance of tho Divino Command Scriptures Misunderstood. August 13. Pas lor It U 88 I'll of ItrooUlyu Taber nacle took for lila tux t today tho words of J o 8 u s, "Let not your heart bo troubled; yo be lieve In God, be lieve also in Mo" (John xiv, 1). As usual there was 'n good crowd and closest Atten tion given through out The speaker said In part: The world docs well to keep up a cheerful, outward demeanor to "drive dull care away" to tho best of Its nbll lty. Nevertheless, there Is great force and weight to St Paul's words to tho effect that "tho whole creation Is groaning and travailing In pain togeth er, waitin...

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. — 15 August 1911

BBBSBBBBH W T' Wpf "T,ts',",v.'''?fr !T"Tn?"!y7- THMilE EIGHT THE DEKOGBATIO BANHElt Tuesday, Auguet 16, 1911. je I m w ' BRYAN ATTENDS SARBEGUE Is Guest of Honor al Columbus Democratic Celebration, OTHER NOTABLES ARE PRESENT Former Governor Campbell Will Open Evening Meeting With Address. Mayor Whltlock of Toledo Will 8peak on Initiative and Referen dum Nebraskan Will Act as Toast master at Fifty-Cent Banquet Fire works Display In the Evening. Columbus, 0 Aug. 14. Colouol William Jennings Urynn Is ihe cen ter -of attraction today at tho barbo cuo given under tho auspices of the Columbus Jefferson club, Air. Bryan arrived at 10 o'clock this morning and -was mot at tho Union station by a committee of tho club. Ho was at enoo taken to tho Virginia hotol, nliero a general reception was hold ntll noon. At 12 o'clock ho was takon to the homo of Hancy Garber, whoro luncheon was served. Tho meeting at the park opened at S o'clock this afternoon, Attorney General Hogan holding tho boards to...

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 August 1911

i. '1'!Mf:W',Flf,a':' f-mmtMff-' t bv tmttftfc mmtt PKIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIOl JEIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911. NO. 66. ESTABLISHED 183ft K M S U 17 .1. K V. tf II I til s Englond Prepares Iraffic iieup Granet Explains Situation Winston Churchill And Lloyd George Teii Labor Representatives In Parliament Thai Government Will Maintain Attitude Of Neutral ity, But Will See That Railway Strike Does Not In terfere With Public Welfare-Rioting Continues In Liverpool London, Aug. 17. The govern ment's preparations to Insure the working "of tlio railways Include or ders for 25,000 men at Aldershot to bo In readiness to move nt a mo ment's -notice to protect lives around London. Thoso embrace artillery en gineers and commissary men as well as cavalrymen. Trains are assombled at Aldershot, whore tlio troops will entrain. In the event ot a general strike the big sta tlona will be garrisoned permanently while the cavalry 'will patrol the lines. Similar orders have been pro mulgated at other milit...

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 August 1911

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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 August 1911

$ WJH?SW?YV.WTr''r'W ,, 'V v- FRIDAY, AU0U8T 18, 1811. TMK DEMOCRATIC BA1CHE1E PAQK THPMH f i J J i $ l $ ! FREDERICKTOWN J .j j j . ! fj j j j j . Mr. Hobert Uarton, who line boon visiting with Mr. Charles Myors at Mt. Vernon the met three weeks, has returned homo. Mr. Chauncoy Ktrby, who has been visiting with his ntothor In this place, tho past wook, returned to West Vlr glnla on Sunday, whoro he contlnlieB bin work managing a corps of solic itors for a Chicago picture enlarging concern. A party of Mt. Vernon peoplo on route In un autotnoblio for Cleveland b-oke tho axle of their machine at this place and had to abandon the trip. Tho party consisted of Mrs. W. I. Thompson and daughter, Mrs, Nod Ilger and inrs. C. V. llger. They re turned to Mt. Vornon on the train. No one was injured as the car was running slow at the time of tho acci dent. Mrs. Mendenhall and children re turned to thoir home in Lima, Ohio, after a week's visit with Mrs. M. Sims. Mrs. W. B. Ewalt of Throckmorton,...

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 August 1911

GE FOUR YKJB DEMOCRATIC J8ANM3G FRIDAY, AUQUOT IB, 191L i imiiaill l " """ Si K,' rt ;. ( Bfi MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oaa3dL-"'S70roolsJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE iii. Subaoriptlon Rata fl.60 por year. Entored at the ML Vernon, O., post office as Bccoud class mall mattor. 1G TENT Meeting To Be HeldlBy The Sunday Schools m Palmyra And Watcrford On August 20 Tho Sunday schools ot tho Palmyra and Watorford Christian churches fcavo for sorao months past boon en Raged In a frlondly contest. Both schools havo been groatly benefited. Thoro will bo two moro sessions of the schools when Uio contest will close, and now that tho final sum up Is closo at hand, things aro becoming tjuito Interesting. At tho prosont the Palmyra school Is In Iho load by 295 points. They will erect a largo tout noar the church for next 3uuday'B ses sion and any ono who Is, a regular attendant of any school Is cordially Invited to attond tho spocial sorvlcos la tho big tent at 10:05 o'clock Sun day morning...

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 August 1911

T WTV-wvwy r;""-'i .wwliwwJJSiffS!? f paqe Tssmr FRIDAY, AUGUST t8, 1011. XJUE JDJEMOOKATXO J3ANNKK RKBOmMMnN T TENNS Tournament Will Be Held In This City Tourney To Start On Tues day August 29 And Will Contact Through That Week Play Will Be On The Round Hill Court Men And Ladies To Take Part In Tournament At a meeting of the committee In charge of tho proposed city tennis tournament, held at the Y, M. C. A., building Wednesday evening, It was doclded that the tourney should start tho morning of Tuesday, August 29 and continue through that week. It was deemed advisable thnt tho finals bo played off on Labor Day. Tho tourna ment will bo played on the Curtis court at Round Hill. It was determined upon that an en try foe of 50 cents be exacted from all contestants, tho same to go for trophies, the exact nature of which hao not yet been fully decided. It is planned to issue tickets, tho samo to admit the holders to all of the games, at a price of twenty-five cents. It 1b estimated that,...

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 August 1911

tltH''MlIIWllilWi WWMQMgll'IIIJIIII UPg I' iir i to. i ill nl Hf'Mi m r Isfl --Atst1 i.itft.j.v.i!M a-s-a - Tin i -rri'iir fttTraariwudfTii iisjisiiiss1s m-mm ? IH ' "JRW", VW ' (-''.-- 14 , j- V1Vi VV' s V ;aqe six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1011. MWiMMiwwaiiBmwmiunMHMW mimn wuamuwmmiJMjrmwi SUIT Is Hied To Set Aside The Uartman Will Alleged Executor Influenced Testorix LOCAL AND GENERAL H la Making His Two Children Legatees " A Suit For Divorce Filed In Common Pleas Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Carl Hartlott, who was arrested sovcral days ago on a charge of Illeg ally scIHiib Intoxicating ltrniors and who has been confined In the county jail, was arraigned before Mayor C. A. MItcholl for hearing at 2 o'clock Monday aftornooin No evidence could bo found to point towards Bartlctt's guilt and he was found not guilty by the court nud waB roleased. country shortly afterward and could not be found anywhore He had not been seen by the constable until ou Tu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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