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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 March 1910

T $i'$$M!imwmmLfkmjiL iiipppirinF m PP'Wi,ilffljii!!fiiiii'" hwtjw'" " "yinwi,,. ...n wmwassxmrrrrrT' - '-..7-'rV-:-'-..- ' . , .iw-."" '-iTrT"-ruwPTP" i''"yTmwrwiiWHiW6 yyiaiiltijwwywgiipfiiw ' "" iiTTnnra r.Migimy.,,-er-r .r, .. ',ij Fp npimfim?- "1iiTWn""W7 PACK SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER i Friday, Mnrch 4, ii. , I I I i i DESPERATE n Must Be The Political Machine In Ohio When It Oegs Hitchcock For A Slush-Fund The Particular Grievance Held By Receiver Ellis is His Brotlicr-In-Laiv's Loss Of His Hospital Job Cause Of The Growing Chill At The White House Columbus, 0 MarcU 1. Now news comoa from WaahlnGton. It Is to tho effect, Hint I'oatmastor Gcnornl Hitchcock, who was chlot engineer on tlio ntcam roller nt the Chicago convention which nomi nated Taft for prcBldcnt, will not "butt-In" on tho political oltuntlon horo In Ohio thin. year. Which la acknowledgment that ho has been nsked to help "savo tho party In Ohio." Can It bo that Wado Kills appealed to Hitchcock for such a purpose...

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. — 4 March 1910

1 Tyl&&jw " 'fifF-t rm. 8cnirrr r-w-v "1 ,, " f ' -T -'""" i.ltfilUtltlfrMfafiil'uii inline tmmimmyjmimnamitanmnamw in iitiwMB1MMiv1lffW:vrr;,1.: . v a V V Xtynjr, March 4, 10 10. tke demooeatio banner TAOR STOVKtf ! II III mil SPLENDD Address Delivered By The Rev. Milford II, Lynn i i At The Baptist Church On Monday Evening Speaker Greeted By An Im mense Audience And Heartily Applauded As He Eegan To Speak P" K The Subject Of His Lecture Was "The Great Crusade" It was n splendid audlenco that wel comed Itov. Milford H. Lyon, tho not ed evangelist, back to Mt. Vernon on Monday evening. Tho IJirst Baptist church was crowded to Its utmost ca pacity and many woro compelled to stand during tho cntlro services. Rov. Lyon arrived In tho city on the 1:20 afternoon train from Urbana and was entertained at the homo of Rev. nnd Mrs. F. B. Brinlnstool, although ho took dinner Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt with whom ho roomed during his stay In Mt. Ver non two yoaro ago. "...

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. — 4 March 1910

BT"'"1 SWK ;liCTWBywiprw'wyiy ' IPAOSEKHR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, March 4, 1010 znrmnaratxummBamMJBn L V SUCH SPLENDID CUiES GIVE PE ITS PRESTIGE. NEITHER SIO i YIELDS POINT Philadelphia Gar Strike to Be Fight to Finisii During the muter mouths duly bear in mind that Per una is the remedy for Catarrhal troubles so ptemlcnt then, as coughs, colds and grip. Catarrh may be of the nose, throat, lungs, stomach or some otiicr organ ixo matter where loaded Pernna is the remedy. i' r QRLE DOMINATES MAGNATES Si wvWwyfflfflW WW RUNA lllHk'5 - WBKmilililml 4 V iy I Ons Man Thwarts Efforts of Many Oijjanlzatlons ,to Secure Peaco. j Business Men Fear Strenuous Times j Vhen Thousands of Union Men j Join Ranks of Strikers and Open j Warfare on Rapid Transit Company. ' Murphy Boasts of Power. Philadelphia, March 3. Even IT they havo to light tho wholo city of Philadelphia and throw their company Into tho hands of a receiver, tho di rectors of tho Rapid Transit company bavo determined to smash...

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. — 8 March 1910

5 j ESTABLISHED 183G MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910 No. 19 PRICE TWO CENTS I ni i nrr in n t nr prates business is helping ui iTmno nni itipi k it rrnro I UIAKIie IS MAUt is1 g amateurs PuLIIILIAN utlb i f, Wp t$mlmM Woostor, O., March 7. Keys Camp , W 'IHHfltt b0"' shrovo n,Bn chool student, in I r. KIJMJk ftttftMtk. nDMH$! talte Murine the play when, instead Doors The Philadelphia Strike Takes New Torn. CITY OFFICIALS CONFER Adopt Drastic Measures to Discourage Strikers, r MOBS ARE MUCH IN EVIDENCE Three Men Shot, One Mortally, , In Street Encounters, That v Kept Police on Run-Citizen ', Clubbed For Resenting In- vasion of His Dining Doom. . Strikers Announce Recruits : For Today. Philadelphia, March 7. The arrest on conspiracy charges of the labor union leaders who brought about and oro directing tho big strike, Is to bo the outcome of a conforenco be twoen tho city officials and Fran ois S. Brown, counsel for tho Rapid Transit company. Neither Mayor Rey burn nor Director...

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. — 8 March 1910

t?IB'1LJ. lJ3'..L-l....J.J&SSWjiMMMlKt 'BWPiliSyi!?lw?l.'!!'-'fy' (F ' MWJW VU l WW Binwiiw(iipwyifffii:w'Wf J: L v. 4 ' ' V "Ct k'? ir K If ,.,-v ?1 ' .' 1- 1. .J" f AGH TWO w aan 11 u'wiiiL'iJUUMa'r.TrKa.T-y-tT'" m w BIB STRIKE 18 ' NOW 01 II EARNEST. 1 Philadelphia Unions , Make Good. TROUBLE IS IN THE AIR Militia Ready to Move on City at Hour's Notice, DEMONSTRATION IS PLANNED Police Have Orders to Use Clubs on Workingmen Who Appear 1 In independence Square This I Afternoon-Hotel Cab System , Crippled-Estimates of Num ' ber of Men Our Vary. Philadelphia, March 5. Tho much-Lalkcd-of sympathy strllto Is now a reality, tho order to strike having Eono Into effect at midnight last night. II is also well known that every national guard regiment In tho tato of Pennsylvania Is under ordora to be ready to entrain Tor Philadelphia at an hour's notlco. General Clay, lead of tho police force, denies It, It happens, however, to bo true. Promptly at midnight, union orches tras playing In ...

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. — 8 March 1910

' ?gr"jft- ,i K V v MiimIi h, (OKI. HE DEMOCRATIC BAN N Ell iLMiHUfcjj.liil'.; "'t'""JUJ PAOK TKRMt i K RINtHAKI Well Known L A. & C. En gineer fo Ho Ketlrud On Pension John Rlnchnrt, well known In lo cal railroad circles, an engineer on tlio C, A. & C, Is cottlng ready to rotlro on a pension having served tho company almost fifty years. His iomo Is In Columbus, but ho will bo missed nil along tho lino to Clove land. 4 J4 $ ! 'h 4 ! 4 4 4 4 4. 4 MISSIUNAKV SOCIETIES 4. $ 4 .J. t 4. 4. .J. 4. 4. 4. .j. .g, .j. Gay Street M. E. Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary Socloty mot In tho church parlors, March 4. After tho business session the fol lowing program was given by Mrs. Silas Parr. "Gospel In Prance" Mrs. Borgor. "Mission Boats" Mrs. Turbln. Song, "Greenland's Icy Mountains". "Chapel Boats" Mrs. Vanco. "District meeting at Rurnlvillo" -Mrs. Howard Iluntsberger. Social hour followed, and refresh ments wero served. o M. P. Society The M. P. Ladles' Aid Society met In tho church pa...

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. — 8 March 1910

ftwwwi awt. ) Maiqtia 1 s. '-" THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER Tuesday, March (f, 1810. TAGTB 'roUR miTfii tratttriwrmni Mmwsrwr mw nimsfzd ( It M It t-H i' ., 'ft i; w u. 'f 'f ?1 i ri i i? I? i i, i t .. f u ft ft' w F tl- .k .1 V. 1: i" wj. c I'. FRANK HARPER, Editor SoxjaJ.-T7Voo33Lly Subscription Rate $1.60 per yea 6 MONUrVTENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho ML Vernon, O., post office as second olasB mall matter. liolo and cannot get out of It any moro than President Taft can lift his 350 pounds avoirdupois by his boot straps. All of which results from tho at tempt of tho national administration and tho Republican bosses In Ohio to uso tho Republican majority of tho legislature to hinder humiliate and harass Governor Harmon but which Is helping to niako Governor Harmon moro populnr with tho peoplo every day. i Al-TK DAVIS, WHO? It Is suggested that, aftor Presi dent Tnfc drops Hy Davis as his mouthpleoa to tho people of Ohio, when ho wantn to ronounco any thing or anybody ho Bh...

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. — 8 March 1910

..irlJfHiilii if, , iuli jjjmnritnyniKfmiw i., ,,, , ,i. 5H'W'4WM?iWli!J(UKVJI!JtiiJ! 3Bg:g3ai taaagjaqf- V Mlajr, March 8, 1010. DEMOCRATIC BANKER pak mm M f V $17,075 Is Readied In The Bridge Works Retention Fund And Committeemen Are Hust ling For The Balance Cooper Theatre To (live Four Benefit Performances Machinists And Electrica' Workers Make Subscriptions Bridge Works Employes Make Up A Liberal Amount Monday subscription $ 4,250 Tuesday's subscription.... 1,250 Wednesday's subscription. 2,000 Thursday's subscription.. 3,475 Friday's subscription 4,360 Saturday's subscription... 1,740 Total to date $17,075 Tho Bridge Works rotontlon fund has reached $17,075. Saturday was a bettor day for sub scriptions than had been expected, the amount subscribed that day being $1,740. , Tho total, as reached Saturday, Is a Guro indication that tho necessary $20,000 will bo raised, but the com mittee) will not ease up on Its efforts. Tho work will not bo concluded un til tho full amount Is su...

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. — 8 March 1910

NiAwwiiifji1''!" " ' ''" ffiniiiiiBi 1 1" $'" HT' If- - - Tr VAUK SI A THE DE "10 BANWBK ' Tuesday, Mniv'i rt, 1010. ' -- m.wL iHmiitniiiiiwn s rc i I ) I j T I B ; .:! t :i -""" Oc PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tnbcrnacli. &&S m -Ooo Brooklyn Tabernacle. March C I'as tor IltisHoIl prune bed twite hero today. Ills dlneoun-e mi "Inferno" was deliv ered lu nrooklyn's largest Auditorium, tile Arudeiry of Music, which was overcrow di'd. It was estimated In nd vnnee that this subject would draw ti larger crowd tliuti the Tahcrnaclo would accommodate. The other mcel intra of the day were lipid tn the Taber nacle. We report Pastor ItUHScll'a dis course from the text, foregoing, iia fol lows: It Is dliricult to plcaso everybody. The duty of a Christian minister la to icelc chiefly to please the Lord. "Let the words of my mouth and tho medi tations of uiy heart, be acceptable lu thy slsht. O Lord, my strength and my Hedoomor" (1'nnlni xlx, 11). Our min isteri...

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. — 8 March 1910

rmvswiriwW, p -r WJWTr "V-t"K: MW IIH lljlJMW II) JHW l')WmJSn wiaw'!fii"P'wwf"irw'Bj',jii)iuiiiijiiiim i j iiijpwiwwpwpiipwiijjMiiiii ,lwi TitCHclny, Mnrrh 8, J 010. DEWLOOtA li-j AMNKjti I'AOU BRVEX rf nmw mt vj - i tm m y: wmm FlViiiiMWMVAF'r'WU'1 ' ' """ '"-"' GERMS Lurkiny Gn The Common Drinking Cup In Use Public Schools Of The City Disease Breeders Whose Presence Can't lie Seen And Which Are Menace To Lives Of Children Evil Con Be Corrected By Drinking Arrangement (Communicated) Mt. Vernon, O., March 4. At a recent meeting of the Third Ward Mothers' club tho members vot ed unanimously to have a committeo wait upon 'the board o education and request that hygienic drinking foun tains bo installed In all of tho pub lic schools of tho city. This matter has been under discus sion for soma time among tho moth ers of tho schools, and they feel that tho board of education and the people of this city in general must be brought to a realization of tho fact that the danger lurking in the...

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. — 8 March 1910

MWKBTyRBK!ffn'T-i-gTajr, w. - ,,., .-. .... "lu i. l "AB BIGHT THE DEMOORATIC BANNER Tuesday, March 8, lpio. 1 J Vi Hi n ! t ir Ik 15 If u . 'c7 5l 1 -( ( J 11 u ? ra ;,i l4 II MM l V im CARVES BANKER i! r Jack Cudahy Figures In Sen sational Episode, POLICEMAN RESCUES VICTIM Bon of Wealthy Chicago Packer Ex cuses Turning Room In Palatial t Residence Into Human Slaughter ( House on Grounds That Jere LIIIIb Had Broken Up His Home Weal , thy Society Man May Not Recover From Effects of Slashing. Kansas City, March 7. It Is alleged that when John P. Cudahy, a wealthy packer and son of Michael Cudahy, the Chicago millionaire, found Jcro F. Llllls, a millionaire local banker, In his homo when ho returned unexpect edly, committed nn assault uron tho man. Ho was arrested on a charge of disturbing tho peace and was released on a $100 bond. Llllls Is in St. Mary's hospital. Ills condition Is said to bo critical. Cuts, ald to have been Inflicted with a Icnlfc, arc on his face, legs and one arm....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 March 1910

ikl&tt2MuLXt21&MMMiMb&Mm ji&mm. .jign,, Wtmatxtdit Stemtjer Ifitfjji ' K K ESTABLISHED 1836 A STREET Car Filled Oynairiife Is Used , in Philadelphia. PASSENGERS NOT HURT Two Thousand Baldwin Loco I motive Workers Strike, BIS MEETING BARRED BY CLAY -Tells Strikers if They Are Looking For Trouble They Can Have'lt 1 in Bunches-Big Manufactur ( ingConcernsPrepareForYear's . Idleness If Workmen Refuse to i' Return. Philadelphia, March 10. Dynamite wau uaed to blow up a trolley car at Cermantown avenue and Logan street, In Germantown,, Tho explosion lifted tho car up and set it down crossways with a crash that smashed every win (Jowpano and hurled 20 passengers against the seats and sides o( tho car. Tho concussion broke wlndowglass In dozens of tho houses nlong the ave nue and produced a panicky feeling in tho neighborhood that lasted for liours. It was remarkable that none of the people In the car woro serious ly hurt. Apparently a dynamlto cartridge with a percussion ca...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 March 1910

tniiwMiiiimiiiii'.nmwiiDiwi!iwweww wjwqw " -t-"-ri"i !! ii.i nmw 'fr 't.w ir.iwrn"fr'.T ,- i-r-ry-- . -v THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER f AGI3 TWO Friday, March il, 1010. tr fyjpripr-v ' w 1 1 ( Ijs n II $ 4 J .4 4 J ft FUEBMUOICTOWN. ft .J. .J. .J. .. .J. J .1. .J. J. J J .J. .J. Mr. Clydo Durbln, a Btudent In tho Frcdorlcktown high school, wont to Obcrlln last Friday to attend tlio In-tor-collcglnto debates between the Western Itcaervo Untversity and Ob Wlln Collcgo tho question being "Re solved: Thnt All Corporations En gaged In Inter-Stato Commerco Should Bo Compelled To Tako Out Federal Cimrters; Constitutionality Concecd a." Affirmative, Obcrlln; negative, Western Itcscrvo. Oberlln won. Mr. Kent Shaffer of Mt. Vernon pent la3t Saturday In Frederlcktown. B. A. Click of Columbus was n Fred srlcktown caller on Monday laBt. Mr. Frank Burns nnd family havo moved to tho John Dodd farm for tho coming summer. Mr. Fleet Corwln of Columbus and brother, Mr. Lloyd Corwln, of Mt. Ver non, visited w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 March 1910

" rTiww,;,,'!,-,,", , ,; fry, 'ljftiW& Friday, March 11, 1010. J THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FACM THTMBa p . w i . A ' , i y COMPLETED Is Subscription To Bridge Works Fund Finished Wednesday And With $6 To Spore And With Time Limit Unex pired By Two Days Final Subscription Of $200 Clinches Matter Whistles And Bells Proclaim The Good News BRIDGE WORKS SUBSCRIPTION Monday, Feb. 28 $4,250 Tuesday, March 1 1,250 Wednesday, March 2 2,000 Thursday, March 3.. 3,475 Friday, March 4 4,360 Saturday, March 5 1,740 Monday, March 7 1,889 Tuesday, March 8 842 Wednesday, March 9 200 Total to date $20,008 Hip, hip, hurrah! "The deed Is done!" Mt. Vernon retains tho Bridge Works! The full amount of tho subscription 1b completed and with six dollars to eparo! i This exceedingly satisfactory news camo from tho committee headquar ters Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. On Tuesday subscriptions camo In to headquarters and to tho commit tees to the total amount of $812, leav ing a balance of only .$194, to bo...

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 March 1910

S5w!avSiwwWa"gj ES3SSESSb "rjF-" a Wf"(fr t FACIf ltJiflC THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Frldftr, March 11, lMlk r fir r h r FRANK HARPER, Editor Soral- W ookLly Subscription Rate $1.50 por yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mt Vernon, 0., post bltlce uT second clasa mall matter. WHAT A SPECTACLE. Less than a month ago Ohio pap ers wcro flllod with dispatches from Washington tolling how "President Taft Is dono with Cannon," and how tho Republican congressmen from Ohio were dosorclng Undo Joo and would take no moro orders from him, nnd nowSpoakorCannonwasgoIng to bo "deposed next time, suro," and a lot moro truck of like nature But you road, didn't you, about how "Undo Joo" and tho president danced tho highland fling together at tho Whlto IIouso when President Taft gave his corapllmontary dinner to tho Bpcakcr one night last weok, nnd how tho fifty guests looked on with merriment nnd npplauded? That was suroly a dignifying spec tnclo for our president to ongngo In. It lncked only the writi...

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. — 11 March 1910

umtvm?rrfi. "STKi'v MMllMUMwM4MU)UkMMlnMMM(MfcM4-ti m u K frrJJay, tovch 11, 1010. DEMOCRATIC BANNER PA OK try If s 4F INJUNCTION Suit Filed Against Oiiio Fuel Supply Co. By William li. Jackson Of Milford p. Other Items From Court House The William H. Jackson has commenc ed suit for Injunction In tho court of common pleas of Knox county ngalnst tho Oho Fuel Supply Co. Tho plaintiff asks chat tho defendant bo enjoined from hauling material and In other ways crossing his prop erty In Mllford township. A tem porary restraining' ordor was allowed by Judge E. M. Wick ham In common pleas court. Lowls B. Houclc is tho attorney for tho plaintiff In ths action. .u Wright Will Tho last will and 'cestament of Henry C. Wright of Gambler has been filed In probate. By tho terms of tho will ho gives all his property, both real and personal, to his wlfo, Emma Wright. Tho wife la also named executrix of the will which was signed ' February 20, 1910, In tho presence of L. II. Jacobs and Charles G. Si...

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 March 1910

Tri'1WW$MWWim la.i.iwH.lii;. ..ii i j. tMMMEiKatf!g!!!g!!?'w V'1"-' '" '"" MwHtfw . .S ifr iijiMMitfciiMwrtiwiwwwtfiir.iKtin - .t. ..,..r..J. .,-., . . .. . II ' ,..-,...,. ...... ...... v... wvm'mmmamMumiHmmmm9Miwmmtm 1 '- mi- u. ; " "WUCMjfJiWfiU . i r AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, March 11, 1010. t f POLICE And Fire Department Chiefs Petlllon Council For Better Fquipcment In Their Departments An Additional Patrolman Is Needed At Once Must Have Two Horses For Fire Department Regular Meeting Of Council Monday Evening Wlioh President Dover called tho roll at the regular mooting ot tho city council on onday ovontng tho follow ing members tesponded to roll call. Messrs. Duhlnslty, Woevor, Colo, Far rlspn and Jones. Tlio minutes of tho previous session woro read by Clerk Mclntlro and woro npprovod. Tho bill of Humane Ofllcor Jacob Lybnrgor In tho sum of $20 for tho month of Fobruary wn3 presented and upon motion of Mr. Jonos tho bill was allowed. A communication was received fr...

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 March 1910

llM T- hi.-i-hoii'ii- ..iiv.!i iiiil.iMhlllitiii.immhiriMnooJ w A Friday, March 11, 1010. VERDCT For $75 In Case Of Simmons Vs. The 0. & 0. ily. Returned By The Jury For The Plaintiff Uamaoe'Case Being Tried In Court Tuesday Common picas court convened Mon day afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock with Judgo Wlckham on tho bench. Tho first caso called wag that of Simmons vs. tho D. & O. railroad co:npanyrAft cr a short deliberation tho Jury return ed a verdict for tho plaintiff in tho sum of $75. Tho first caso called Tucsdny''morn lng was that or Edds vs. Miller. In this action tho plaintiff sues for dam ages In tho sum of $5,000, alleging that his son was bitten and badly In jured by a dog, tho property of tho de fendant. All tho parties connected with tho caso rosido near Howard. Judgo Coynor and Lot u. Stlllwell rep resent tho plaintiff, whtlo tho defend ant Is represented by Wnlght & Moore. o Inventory and Appraisement In tho matter of tho estate of J. E. Daniels an Inventory a...

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 March 1910

rt-u-:-rTrrirTiriTrmflWTH wwi w M'ipnfiTitiiir.BiMf'JfaagiJiM n I w H YAMS TWO ij- Points For Mother; Many of us remember our first stitch 9 at our mothers' knees. In teaching ohlld to sew iu the first place Interest Iter by telling her of the articles she can make dolly's clothes, towels for toe mother, handkerchiefs for the fa tber, and Inter sho tuny mako an pron, skirt, etc.. for herself. Give tier work that will gradually grow un der her tluy lingers and not long "Beams that maddeu a nervous child (Ten minutes nt a tlmo will bo limp enough If the little on? sliowg Jthy "'Tostlessuess or lack of Interest, nud half uti hour ntmuld be tho limit. I'll vp a little workbox, using a clean pastebourd box. and put In It a little thimble, a nmull pair of bluntly point ed bdssors, two spools of white cot ton, a tiny pincushion nud nn equally email needle book, with half n tlomi No. 7 noodle In It. and un emery cushion fur rusty needles. Commence with a plain undergnr ment for the doll, cu...

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 March 1910

T& y"'- f,t WIMW)1JHW !! I ..KmMHItlHliKiim! li)iniM-ilitfaFainrKWMWtJrtJytatW.cf) iV Jtltatii' anner If ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1910 No. 21 PRICE TWO CENTS "W"Vv IF I mm s 'PHONE MEASURE IN THE SENATE Treadway Denies Making Agreement As lo Amendment Present Week Will Demonstrate Whether People Or Lobby Controls Ohiolienral Assembly-Several Important Measures Will Be Adopted Or Rejected-Probe Com mittees Promise To Spring Bio Sensations On Public Before Friday' j Columbus, O., March 14. Lleuton ant Governor Treadway, In an lnter Tlsw, denounced as untruo rumors that ho hud entered Into a deal to tunond the Elson telephone merger bill In tho aenato by Inserting a provision to pre vent tho watering of stock by merged companies). Ho said ho favored such n amendment, but was not a party to a "deal" to have It done. Some legislators say they think that With proper amendments tho bill Would be a good one. A prdvislon, giving the state a veto on stock Is sue...

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