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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 August 1911

TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PAC THMMIj m & y TEACHERS Arc Assigned To Various - Positions In The City By Superintendent J. S, Alan On Friday Night TREES On School Ground To Be Saved From Decay At A Special Meeting Board Of Education Of One New Teacher Is Elected For Grades Public Schools Will Open Tuesday September 5 Board Of Education Takes Action Friday Night ME FINES Assessed In Liquor Cases In City Of Newark By Judge Sfiward In Common Pleas Court A special meeting of the city board of education was held Friday evening at which time matters pertaining to tho opening of the public schools on Tuesday, September B, were discussed. Tho board elected Miss Mary Long of Centerburg as a teacher in tho grades. Miss Long has had five years experience as a'teacher, three of which have been in the Centerburg, school. Superintendent John S. Alan report ed to the board the following assign ment of teachers to positions for the year 1911-12: High School Mr. Winans, Prin...

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. — 29 August 1911

"fljrt-JWr'" 1T"1'"'T-WWMH,' . " , ! WFWTMMnSnMin wafty1 "Ml TJ - PAGE FOUR' S 'pnnimia,,,,. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911. mwrnmrnvstem Aeroplane Flights, Hiawatha Park, Mi Vernon, Labor ' m 7vymF&!!!WWM'wyr'''y rprT-Trw" "t;mj"'- """'"I'TOjr Day II ' ivt-n 5P," V MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oml-wool3Lly B MONUMENT SQUARE ft Subscription Hate ?1.60 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second class tnall inattor. I SCHEDULE -for The Tennis Tournament In Tills City Js Arranged For One Day Entries Not Ail In The tejinis tournament committee was considerably hampered at the meeting Sunday afternoon by the fact that a comploto enry lint has not been drown up. There were several pros pective contestants who, for some renson or othor, could not ho sure, mid consequently the making out of the complete .schedule had to he post poned until Monday evening. How ever, a schedule for Tuesday, was drawn up and if necessary, the byes of those no...

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. — 29 August 1911

W 'AWfoHfy1 T7in?Mqw;''fffr'llft1 t1 ""' ""'"') 'If it, -mtrfi-v 'W i T "TP '-"V" Wtf " w-ivflpWjpKiFnHfTFjrt- CT TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE HAWATHAS Capture First Game Of Series From The Grays In The Most Exciting Game Ever Played Here Ten Innings Required Decide The Contest To Largest Crowd Of The Sea son Was Present To Help Cheer Their Favorite Team To Victory Mondron's "Texas Leaguer" was the climax of the Hiawathas' tenth inning rally, in tho first game of the series with tho Grays at Hiawatha park on Sunday afternoon, winning the conteRt by a score of 8 to 7. The Hlawathns came from behind in their half of tho extra round and overcame a load of four' runs by means of five hits a base on balls and a wild pitch. Tho eagerly awaited clash between the two local clubs was without a doubt the most exciting' that has been played this soason by either team, and as tho box score will indicate, was not won until the last ball was pitch ed. Tho gamo was clean a...

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. — 29 August 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmgmmmm .n''. inhm-K -' fcj irW 'hrtrtMWi(flwS u rnSil.wt''Wiq mvfKKri' "" itMrfMMJftJMflMMMMaMtUaMiMMMfeM D(nl.tTi.Ttft- ' BK I- V I? I fa i . t J4 ,AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1011. wwawiaj FOES THREATEN CHRISTIAN FAITH Banner of Infidelity Raised Inside the Church. THE HIGHER CRITICISM PERIL Pastor Russell Says That Evolution ists Are Hoodwinking the eoplo. Counsels a Movement Toward Unity of Creeds-Keeper. -Man Is His Brother's PASTOR. RUSSELL) Richmond. Va., August 27. I'aa tor Huh sell of Brooklyn Tnbcr u u c I o preached hero today uuder tho auspices of lliu Inturuntlonal III t) I e Students Association (Lo cal HrancU un sectarian), c o m posed of tho truth hungry from nil denominations. Asked why such great crowds always attend his addresses, white tho church es of all denominations aro complain ing of slim attendance, Pastor Uussell replied, "The peoplo nro thinking. Per plcxcd by the Infidelity and Higher Cri...

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. — 29 August 1911

TUESDAY, AUQU8T 29, 1011. eBBegggJMlBl,..HMPB-i. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE RKVCN PRNCPLES Involved In Language Study Was Spoken Of liy Supt. Cougtilin In His Ad dress On Friday Closing Session Of Institute Friday Afternoon Officers Are Elected For The Ensuing Year Dr. liuiley Gives An Excel lent Closing Address Friday Morning. Tho devotional exercises Friday morning were in charge of S. F. Cary of Mt. Vernon. Two solos were sung by Mrs. Fred Hagaman. Supt. Cough lin spoke on "Principles Involved in Language Study." Children should acquire accuracy and fluency In tho study of language. He said that defects in forms of speech are few and that drill is necessary to overcome them, Errors in logical re lations of words aro much more com mon. Composition is a growth and can not be put into an individual so It is tho teacher's duty to create fa vorable conditions for this growth. Language work should be creative rather than critical; instruction In language positive and not negative. A t...

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. — 29 August 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmMmmmmmmnmmmmHmmmgm fSUJtlifimttimgfmmmm i'wii.i i 'TryMMlMMMMMBi wm,WtflWWiWTO'JIWW.iPJll'!"'Zgt: .j. -- I r--T ' ,i.;3.i-....fcMH"r TTi.-!'' zvzxsrr xmi.w,-..!L-TTir -,-;, ..- in-wrr- uifKfW, - - fspRrwjTWWI'' 'F ' ' ' " ' v ' i i r ' jm ! I 'hi I'- Tr TTT 1PMMC EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 19lf ,1 , iMS!liii!iSliiZimJ " . j, r-vtf '. . M iiIilii.h H .i...ii.;(.ii.;j l.t'l'M":'Wy , - , -,- ...".iii) lA ii'iinir"'" " "'H-wp'" ' - ' , I I . PROSPECTS HELD NOT VERY BRIGHT iilDf Officials Would Avert Strike o! Shopmen. CRISIS IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS Vice President Kruttschnltt of the Harrlman Lines Declares He Will Refuse to Receive Officials Who Represent Dissatisfied Shopmen. Labor Dclegatlon,Travellng Toward tha Pacific Coast, Would Talk Over the Men's Demands. Chicago, Aug. 28. Tho labo- situa tion on the Harrlman railroads is ex pected to reach a crisis In tho next four or five days. Ono delegation of national labor officials Is hurrying 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. — 1 September 1911

f-,H i -V -WjV "'If' N. ttuM$ &tttt? PBICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1911. NO. 70. ESTABLISHED 183 LEADING CROPS OF BUCKEYE STATE ' ttVtyfWJ Ife S ag1 -p 1 ' ' ' - -- i ' - " ' ' Millstone "Around Its Neck" Does Not Discourage This Tree 5 r '" ' igber Bond limit The Desire Of The Ohio Federation Proposition To fMe The Bond Limit One Per Cent Of The Grand Doplicate To Go Before The Constitution al Convention-Campaign Of Education On The Good Roads Question About To Be Launched By Repre sentatives Of The Federation Columbus, O., Aug. 31. Expansion r the bond lssuo limit law will be fcdvocnted by tlio Ohio Good Roads Federation at the state constitu tional convention hero the coming winter. With this end In view a cam paign of Information will roon be "tarted. The rasing of the bond lim it Is regaidod as the first stop neces sary to the construction of a system of Intercounty roads. Under the present constitution, the tond Issue limit Is $750,000, which also lncl...

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 September 1911

rfiP'Wp''""'B"vl"y 'WWW "HT "-W v iwm p-M-')n?,i(yjrny.i'rf tt"t-!'. lvwwnw1' W' ' ftWETWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. -? wfiljtsW'TviIJlVCrr7r" ,Tr'1 '"" if",ji,,TWiTnf - . FREDERICKTOWN 4 ! J ! J J J -J J ! ! J J Mrs. Halph Lane, daughter ami tetm vlBited with friends In Morgan minty the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Webb TIschcr of West Point, woro guests at the homo of Mr. And Mrs. George Hart last week. Mr. J. C. Cook went to Columbus ofi Monday morning to attend the Ohio State fair, whero he has an exhibit. Tho last of the union meetings was 3ield In the open air on last Sunday tjvonlng. During tho summer months tho churches united ih holding an open ir song service, after tho regular preaching service which was alter nately held In the different churches. At first there was shown consldera tie conservatism about such a new feature as an after service in the 3iark, but Kredeilcktown peoplo are progressive and It wns not long until they recognized tho benefit su...

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 September 1911

ItflWWl I Wi'lilttl'WMLi iliiiWHHIi, w f"H"Yw?"it wv "-(T,'1rtr'ii3r ,," T'""' V ,-?.--n-vi.'n t I - . A K v FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER J, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRtlkk. nHamnxHMmHi TRAGEDY At tltlca Which May Develop Into A Murder George Davis Found With Bullet Hole In Head Assaulted And Robbed At The' Very Same Spot Over Six Weeks Ago 'And Just Recovering mortem examination Wednesday and will hold tlio tnqucRt nt Utlca Thurs dny morning. s BAPTISTS Are Holding A Convention In This City The Deceased Has Son Liv ing In Mt. Vernon Utlcn, Aug. 30. A tragedy which may dovelop Into a foul murder was revealed Tuesday morning when Jus tice of the Peace Joo Tool of this vil lage discovered the dead body of Geo. W. Davis, age 58 years, lying across his bed in his hermit homo In this vil lage. The discovery resulted from an investigation prompted by tho story of a neighbor, Mrs. Martin, who heard two shots in tho Davis homo Monday afternoon and Monday night. Davis, who has lived alono for...

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 September 1911

PTf PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,- 1911. i 'fe MoUNT VERNON, OHIO "RANK HARPER, Editor ioaaoLl-"WoolsJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE BubBcrlpUon Rate 11.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., poat office na second class mall matter. JSIOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The Rainier office will lie closed on Monday an account of Labor Day boll Ony. The next issue of Hie paper will 1)0 clrciilntcd ou Wednesday instead of Tuesday. ROBERT S. LOVETT Chief Executive, With Mr. Krutt schnltt, of the Harrlman Lines. Lusltanla After a Record. Now York, Aug. III. The Cunard liner Lu&ltania, which loft Liverpool at 0 o'clock Monday. In mni-Iug for this port with all speed, and Is ex pected to break the record In Rotting hero and out again. She will nrrlvo Friday and In scheduled to leave again at G p. in. Sunday. It she- docs that, she will break tho record inlulo by tho Mntirotnulu last December by 10 hours. Tho vessel Is to make HiIh attempt so as to gain on the lost tlmo which resul...

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 September 1911

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVIR. i l v K 11 a r WE1N The Mucli-Talked-Of Ball Game From Rep.-News By A Score Of 16 To 14 In Ten Innings Today We Can "Eat Drink And Be Merry" Because None Of Our Men "Died On First" We Claim Championship Of "Printers' League" And Stand Ready To Defend Qur Title A Full Account Of The Big Battle COCK-A-DOODLE-DOI HA- HA! "WHO IS WHO?" We won I No, we are not bragging, but at the outset ot this contest we declared mod estly in public print that we expected to win the game and we made good our declaration. Today our boys have occasion to "eat drink and be merry," for they "did not die on first." Not by any manner of means. The way our boys circled the bases and plied up the runs showed that they had that determined and "never say die" spirit. We were challenged by the employes of the Republican-News for this game of ball and our manager after consid ering the proposition at some length decided to accept. No sooner had the chal...

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 September 1911

un- v iWr" Wisi 'r -WW - T ,AQE SIX THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 1, 1911. 55WP35p( u .i .... ylipv DIVORCE Wanted By Samuel Smale from Elizabeth Smale Alleges Wife Struck Him With A Bucket And That He Was Compelled To Go To Bed Also Claims Wife Threatened To Kill Him Other Items Qf interest From The Court House Samuel S. Amnio has commenced a Biilt for divorce In tho court of com mon plonn of Knox count against Elizabeth Sninlc. Mc stales In his petition that they wore 'united In mar riage Dccomhor :1, 1898, and that no -children were hum to thorn. Ho atatos that on Hoot. 14th, 1907, the defendant wan Rtillty of extreme cruelty. That Hlie Bworo and cursed tlio plaintiff and nlruclc him with a bucket, injuring Jila hip In such a man ner tlmt ho wan compelled to bo to bed and remain for omo (line, The plaintiff further nllegcs that tho do roiulnnt threatened to Iclll him with a butcher Itnlfo and (hat on numerous occasions sho threatened to tuko hlu life. Tho plaintiff all...

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. — 1 September 1911

FJFUDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ABK 8KVIN SS3E K iS. W SHIPS Machine To This City For The Big Flight Which Occurs At The Park Next Monday Aviator Curzon, who Is lining a Wright Biplane, and who will ho In Mt. Vernon lor nn exhibition on next Monday afternoon, shipped Ills machine from St. Louh, Mo., to Mt. Vernon on Monday afternoon according to a tele, gram received by I'romotor Wallace Severns on Tuesdny morning. Mr. Severna was nlao In receipt of a clipping from the St. Louis Globe Democrat on Tuesday morning which gives an excellent account of Curzon's flights during n meet In that city. Ac cording to the paper the aviator, who will show In Mt. Vernon, captured two prizes luring the St. Louis meet and that his flights were of a nature that drew 'ho utmost admiration and ap plause. Curzon's control of the machine was almost perfect. His biplane weighs almost or.o ton when carrying one pas senger and according to the St. Louis paper, not one wiro or small stay w...

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. — 1 September 1911

UfMmppy;'' ' ' irw rviVtSflQW ''' TrW,' vmiimgffi' ni0jii';ywWiiJi wmww$mwpty AE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. -Tr; I lit- & I J. f THE VERY NEWEST. Muff, Collar and Hat Dow of Ribbon. 1 THE RIBBON flET. Before It Ib really timo to wear furs smart women will be currying muff and boa seta made of soft wldo rll Ikiu. Such n Bet Is Illustrated with n lint bow to iniitnh. The mulT Is mnde on a regular foundation and consists of artistically crushed loops of rib bon placed very close together. The neckpiece Is of the Baltic ribbon arranged In bos plaltn and llnlshcd In the center with shirred cords and long ribbon tics. Tho bat bow is slmllur to tho muff design. For the Mountain Climb. IIow do you llko this sweater of white wool, with hood and bands of bright green? lt' Just tlio correct QkV AND NWEATIill WITH l'OIMTIJ 111)01). thing for mountain ellmhliig or for piny around the golf green. Tho cap is carried out in tliu sumo colorlugti. Household Jottings, ...

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. — 5 September 1911

B m m tmmtmtt Knit? PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1911. NO. 71. ESTABLISHED 183i m ut u SIRS TO HIS Seattle Spends Gruelling Day On Witness Stand Young Virginian Accused Of murdering Wife Admits Re lations With Binford Girl, And In Last HalfPHourJOf Session Gives Material Assistance To Prosecution By Failing To Point Out Blood Spots On Clothing Where Evidence Placed Them Chesterfield C. H.. Va., Sept. 6. Henry C. Beattie, Jr., at the end of six hours on the -witness stand in his own behalf, found himself snared by the prosecutor's relentless cross-examination. The slowing thnt the young man bad made throughout all the day up to tho last half hour of the court ses sion bad been such as to excite com mont , through all the packed court 'house. People had wagered on the grnen belore the court convened that Seattle v.culd go to pieces at this and that point in the cross-questioning. Tlioy hail said that his nerve was not up to the strain; that there would be fometh...

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. — 5 September 1911

3k FSwSSSPiPPppf W't- "c; BWf t- t-frywwri" srt5T irrfPT wW'8Br?l5!TOTq$RJ7l SE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, 8EPTEMDER 5, 1911. if $ ! lr I ( BATTLED WITH BULL Sandusky, O., Sept. 2. A pitched tiattla between James Cassldy, 71, an Hamate of the county Infirmary, and n vicious bull may result In the' for Tfcor's death. The bull tossed Cassldy fclgh In the air. HIb right leg was broken below the knee, right hip and everal rlb3 broken. Ho Is not ex acted to live. AS YOU LIKE IT Miss Aggie Oarsldc. -15, o Lancas r, 0., IB In a critical state as the Tesult of falling down a Htalrway at the Columbus Union station. Forty-six years after he put In a -claim against the government for 2.31, James B. Karl, a veteran of tho civil war, received his money. Resides at Denvor. Dr. Walter Owen Ryan, said to have been a wealthy physician, for merly of Springfield, III., shot and lulled his wife and then committed Bulcldo at tbulr homo In Los Angeles. Despondent ovor the fact that the railway ...

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. — 5 September 1911

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER, 3, 1911. m THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREW. V If r Hill Destroyed An Auto Garage And Tliree Barns On South Mechanic Street Friday Afternoon Fine Automobile Burned Dp In The Garage Gasoline Was The Cause Of The Conflagration A Second Alarm Sent in Friday Evening A most destructive and stubborn flro occurred shortly before 5 o'clock at tho Auto Sales Oarage, North Me chanic street, between High and Chest nut .streets. Tho flro spread with great rapidity and in addition to the garage, three barns and a number of small sheds were completely destroy- ed. Tho Auto Sales Garago is operated by Mclntlre & Young and It was here that tho ,blazo started. Mr. Mclntlre with sererql assistants were engaged in placing a new carburetor in the Pope-Hartford automobile, owned by Mr. O. C. Hagan of this city. There was some gasoline and considerable grease in the canvas pan underneath tho machine, and as a test was being made tho machine back-fired and a spark came in contact w...

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. — 5 September 1911

wi -T)jfy,; TWpWfp! PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMDER 5, 1911. iiifimmHwi r 4. ii iiPt MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor eioactxl-'VCrooicJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE INTERESTING Article On Proposed Monu ment To Emmett Subscription Rate 11.60 per year. Entered at Uio Mt. Vornon, O., post office as second chuu malt matter. THE AEROPLANE FIASCO. For some unaccountable reason, thcro seems to lie a illRpoBltlon among some people to hlanio the fizzle ot the aeroplano flight oh Monday on the Knox County Agricultural society. This is absolutely unjust and a great mistake. The coming county fair should not bo made to suffer by any thing that transpired at the park Mon day any more than It should bo held responsible for a poor show at tho park six months ago, Tho ncroplano flight wan a misera ble farce. The thousands of visitors to the park wore fooled and Imposed upon. If there were no Intention to deceive tho pcoplo the management of tho nffalr watt certainly very poor. Al...

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. — 5 September 1911

y-mmmim. "m x TUE8DAY SEPTEMBER, 6, 1911, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. page nvn ffT'f!" r7ZV?'?' ! LAKE Didn't Last Long In Big Race At Columbus Tho Wcscott car, driven by Harry Knight, won the 200 mllo race In Columbus Sumlny nftcmoon. Tho Ford driven by W. G. Lake of Jit. Vernon lasted but 31 miles, being put out of commission by Ignition trouble. m ' ' In making mortgage loans haB characterized Tho Buckeye State Building and Loan Company, Rankin Bulldlnjr, 22 West Oay street, Colum bus, Ohio, from Its beginning. This ac counts for this largo company owning no real estate. It has also loaned its money principally to tho small home builder. Hence It has rendered a great service to the people. Its assets are now ?1,900,000, and it pays five per cent on time deposits. UNCLAIMED MAIL i - To avoid delay In delivery have your mall addressod to street and number, P. O. box or general delivery. The following letters remain un claimed in the Mt. Vernon postofflce: Advertised September 5, 1911. A...

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. — 5 September 1911

rn &? fr-iyrp q V'TVW(pWJIWjtWfJll?(pfifW -i-iyVm(.j rw, .AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESbAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911. piwMiiWMim..umi" j ( I, t ,1 -, ,) i Turin ininiiiM-iniiiiiiiiiKi ri ,- i" -iiiirr TWtJMrttMiilOTwiHWM l( i r If ! 1 9 ii SALVATION FR TO ALL Jotin Wesley's View Linked to John Calvin's. MISSING LINK QP HARMONY Pastor Russell Finds It Between Elso tlon and Free Grace He Says That Every Sinner Will Yet Have Full Opportunity to Return to Divine Fa vor "River of tho Water of Life" Is For the Non-Elect Alone. Mt. Lake Park, Ml., Sept. .1. Al though llila In nil nftur-HciiHoit for t It c Ciiiiip Meet ings, Chautauqua iinil other gather ing hero, the after-season Conven tion of (he Inter national lilhlo Stu- dcnbi now In son kIoii outshines nil (ho Iu-kcoroii As semblies of ninny years. Tho program la an. extensive -one. During tho ten days of (ho Con vention nddiesHcA will bo givoit by sixty ministers nnd lustrtictors of tho Association. Tho teachings arc Inter denomin...

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