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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 10 October 1911

NVnifVpiWMtil' ?(ihiw5-.7-k" ' v"mT'1r'ni"';y.- fi TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. PAGE SEVEN w WHIPPING Given Tliree Fresh Young Men By A Woman Knoxvllle, Tcnn., Oct. G. Mrs. John Ely, ol Now York city, demonstrated clearly last night her ability to take care of herself under all circumstanced by giving three men a good Round whipping when they becamo too famil iar. It 1h icldom that southern women go alone on the streets at night, and when Mrs. Kly, who Is visiting relatives here, started along the main street of tho city last night, she was compelled to pass thiough qulto u crowd of men assembled on tho sidewalk. One of Ihom spoke to her, and was soon fol lowed by Uo others, who addressed remarks to her, one oven laying a hand upon her. Mrs. Ely met him with two stnnly blows to tho mouth with her fist, which were violent enough to cut his lips nud bring tho bjood. Tho other two received sound slaps on tho face for their Impertinence. An officer reached tho sco...

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. — 10 October 1911

,rf- " m -. , , .tjiamv, I IT fi r --1JjffA".'vryW-t!! '' jWft -fl""t JJ-t- "Z& ij.u, , iiiiimii l.i.l iiim I Ill I I'l'll" I ' 'I " '""' k" " I 'I I l11 MiMllHM'W'HH.M'WMlWW'l ff,fttlMSWlliJllWaitaVlVIl"1'IVllLM.lilM)M'iIIWHUIWl1 HMwrna FMj n''fWf mw KCOHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10tlV 1H -. p,.. i-.-,-, v r , - - T'-T " ' WW' fc h f. o A Fameue Kitchen. Vt Waa our (food fortano to see at "Huif obo thine in Parts which tho ifewist knows nothing about," writes M American woman from that city. Tray one knows about tho Tullerie lMtt sees what la left of tho historic "9HH but not man; find their way to ' Idtchen from which the elect of She third empire wcro served, as 7e 4t& It lies under tho Pavilion de TMera, its high arched celling resting ea massive coluuis. It Is divided into asswy acctlous, at tho entranco to oack xvt which thero la a elgn-gold on Msarble. Hero we seo 'llotlsscrla.' "Patisserie.' 'Section aux Sauces,' eta. ttThb- provisions for washing gol...

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. — 13 October 1911

K r jt tm&ttmtt mmtt MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. NO. 82. PfilOE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 ri CI w HOST TIES AT BATTLE - ti Postmaster General Enjoys Ride In Aeroplane That Carries Mail WILL PROTECT FOREIGNERS Rebels In Complete Control ot a Chinese City, ORE $ W Armistice Concluded Between And Turkey Due Id Germoo DIpIomocyOtlomaQ Government Fully Realizes There Is No From Rome, And That A Continuation Of The Conflict-Negotiations On Looking To A Final Settlement Of The Dispute Berlin- Oct. 12. Tho armistice be tween Italy and Turkey, lor which German diplomacy nan boon striving for some time, it la believed bore, has practically been concluded, al though not yet announced as official. It la understood tbo transportation of the Italian military expedition will not be interfered with, but that hos tilities in all quarters will cease. This is considered In Berlin aa, equiv alent to iho ending- of tho war, or at least the warlike movements, which now will be succee...

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. — 13 October 1911

EilaiS nnwwinirt ! TP -.ttysffrqa Z1 L""T'l mfnimmwi . . , ? MMMMtMtiMwrimtnw( 'y V?T jx: '" -s-fi-r ' rlBMawrBpafiaMWBaBaaMMaflWjirvtWH 4MCTW0. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911 4$. FREDERICKTOWN Attorney P. L. Wllkins of Mt. Ver ttven -was a Fredericktown visitor on Trttlay laaU Mr. F. A. Dny ami Mr. F. O. Hnnk 36 vrcro In Butler on business Inst JFHday. . . ar. and Mrs. J. V. Whitney nml "daughter of ColumbUB visited friends in Ui!b vicinity tho past week. Mr. Eminct Frazlor of Akron, Olilo, "visited with His fnthor a fow days tho jnst week. Mr. C. S. Stclnmctz wns called to Columbus ln3t week by the sorloim illness of Mrs. Joe Harris who has typhoid fever. Mr. ind Mrs. John Uastertlay of this placo visited with the former's In other, tMr. William Enstordny, In the country last -week. Tho little ono and n half year old -daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Churlos -Dean died on Wednesday morning from bowel trouble, at their homo two jnllos southwest of Fredericktown. Tho funera...

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. — 13 October 1911

"'"flWW' VTfr ' rrfipm i"T e "!')" WrPTt -r rrf - X FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE TMRK wm&mmmwmww fr M LASTJLL Of Josephine S. Kerr Has Been Filed In Probate Sons Who Reside in lit. Ver non Get A large Share Offices At The Court House To Close On Thursday And Officials WilS Observe The Legal Holiday Other Notes Of Intel From Temple Of Justice The last will and testament of Jose phine 8. Kerr of Chester township, Morrow county, has been filed In pro bate by tho terms of tho will sho gives to her con, John Edwin Kerr, of, Mt. Vernon tho sum of $300, to her son, Charles C. Kerr of Mt. Vornon tho sum of fCOO, to her daughter, Mary Ball of Morris township $200 and all the notes which tho testatrix holds against ker husband, WHIard Ball, to her daughter, Tluhamma Bollo Johnson of Chicago, $600, to her sou Benjamin S. Kerr of Dayton $600, to her grand son John D. Johnson $200. All tho per sonal property and real estate Is to lo converted Into monoy and divided e...

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. — 13 October 1911

WH WW W " il ! llilti ii ill if uh ii - wUniiwwurtiiliwnwySiHAI'WUtlim'i UrtoKWKjtjanltl'lllllWBWigi 'sSv" 'Vn.jy.. A PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1D1t t l M in . I I ) U . If Iff w I, MOUNT VBkNUfN. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Edltof Caiaa.1- XX OO.LE.JLy & MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate SI 6U per year. Entered nt the Ml. Vernon, 0 post offlce ne second class mall matter MEET in Lily Of Uiicip To Boom waterway scheme Chicago, 111., Oct. 12 Ono of tho most notablo gathorings oror aoBomb Icd In (ho history of tho United Stales in tho Interest of watorway dovolop ment was cnllod to order In tho Audi torlum today whou Uio Lakcs-to-tho-Julf Deep Watorway Annotation mot for Its sixth annual convention. Tho association is endeavoring to secure Federal aid for tho construction of a deep waterway .ream. ho ,groat lakou to tho Oult of MokIco, by way of tho Illinois nnd Mississippi rivoru. Rep resentatives of commercial bodlos from tho Canadian ft no to Toxnfl and Louisi...

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. — 13 October 1911

"fflfffHOl'r I'SrTmritvvrtlflmf " YJt 1H "n" y FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. paqe nvn SENSATQNAL Case Has Just Come To Light In Newark CITIZENS Well Known Man Said To Have Two Wives One Living In Newark And Other In Marion The Case Is Being Investigat ed By Official Husband Is Said To Have Left The City Of Mt. Vernon Asked To Assist The Sufferers , In The Grief Stricken City Of Black River Falls, Wis. Mayor C, A. Mltcholl In in receipt of a letter from a committee of citi zens of Black Illvor FallB, Wis., which was rocontly wiped out by a flood, soliciting; money to aid tho grlof-strlck. en city. The appoal being mado to tho president of tho United States, tho governors of tho different states and the mayors of the various cities of tho country. Tho communication asks the mayor to make an appeal to tho pooplo of tho city to help tho suffering city as soon as possible. No action has yot been talcon In Mt. Vornon. ;v.MWV'Cl MWWMMMMMaMMWaMWMWIMMWWWWWMWWMWi I m wm----...

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. — 13 October 1911

t4rvi J "j t" -'-' v s v f -tan mi --t ito-" in it i.taanassajma IP'" WWTfi - " r . r i i -i -i i llrtltlUM'"Mwt. WHWIIMIMi I wy m iJflBiwWlB(ltfWMffwflWW PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 191t m f tr' r n I it II i Hllffilffi In The Household The Plan Of The Late Vauglian Hester Was Very Unique, But Suc cessful In Ironing Out All Domestic Difficulties That Might Arise "Everybody's Business But My Own" The Motto And Some Of The Rules Which Are Adopted (Now York Sim) Qno way of IronlnR out domestic dimcultlos was origUiajod by tho ,luto Vaughan KeBtcr) iMt'lharaf "Tho Prod Hal Judgo." Ho w.iw living at (Jims ton, nn old Colonial ofllalo on tho I'o tomac not far from Mount Vernon, vrtth his wife, an aimt and Paul VI1 stnnli, who made Uio dramatic .vornlon of "Thais," when ho drafted tho con stitution and bylfirvu of Uio Mutual Help Association. "Everybody's bufHttw,liut my own." was tbo motto of Uio wwodaflon. On slor tho head "Diwifiration of Pirrposo" appeared this ...

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. — 13 October 1911

' Tfiffy ;," HIPWIW 'jffffHNJtyfillMBI njiii V "1PW1'rwi"vw t8fi?"TTir""iii''T-iwr. f(W "(9F FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. PAGE SEVEN yms Wins His Gase In Tlie Su preme Court Of Ohio Unit Tiiljiiiiftl Affirms Cir cuit Court Decision. Which Was In Favor Of The Defendant Suttles Man Once Sentenced To The Pen For Life Will Probably Go A Free Man By This Decision Tho supremo court of Ohio on Tues. day alUmied tho uudgment of tho cir cuit couit or Knox county in tho case of Ohio vb. Cuaries Suttles, convicted on a charge of rape In tho court of common plea3. Tho decision of tho supreme court is a victory for Suttles. The defendant, Suttles, was found guilty in the court of common pleas on a charge of rapo and was sentenced to tho penitentiary for llfo by Judge Howard, Tho case was carried to the circuit court and tho caso was revers ed on tho grounds of the weight of evidence. Tho case was then taken to tho supreme court by Prosecutor Cromley and was argued last Thurs ...

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. — 13 October 1911

MfMM MkAMmiimmnit ysygggas wniniti ii..i iT' f oiwaliiirfitiwiwuiil.wtninmwMMfwipM' f. K - I 1 i i' hi k L ij r I t If &h " 4AM EIOHT FRED HERBST'S MISSION Would Arouse Interest In Ohio-Columbus Centennial - OHIO-COLUMBUS CENTENNIAL President Herbst to Address Business and Civic Bodies of 8tate. Oolumbus, O., Oct. 12. As special representative of tho Oblo-Columbua -centennial commission, Fred W. JHerbst, president of tho Columbus vbunbor of commerce, ban just started on an extended tour of the mtlro stato and will visit each coun ty In Ohio. Ills mission is to lntorest tie business and civic bodlos of the various cities and counties In the 8mlnK colobratlon. A hasty preliminary survoy of the tato has convinced Mr. Herbst tbfcl too various business organizations throughout Ohio will want to bo rep Tosenfod during tho centennial. Prom 'rartous cities, such as Cleveland, Xteyton, Znncsvllle, Portsmouth, New ark and Coshocton, ho has received Indications of interest and has boon aak...

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. — 17 October 1911

BiiWJtwimWfflWWM riy , TP'M. 'WiWj Wl! ftUfn"rif tn"WfTT'rt -N!WfWy I '""- - - t ,"n'?1?s"',-BT',"rT' "' lOWiH'NIn ,imrt vy r twmmiit ' ''.! , 'i.i.'jw j-o :.'l met. " w PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1911. NO. 83. r.,.. '"' ' m ESTABLISHED 1836 i ' mm fl" ' h f- Mr ,t Vvv !.' 1 I SEVEN ix Seriously And Twenty More Or Less Injured .Y. Passenger And Freight Trains On MissourijPacificBailroad Try To Pass On Same Track tfitpsastrous Results-Accident Happened Near Fort CrookfAndJn tire Garrison Turns Out To Help In Work Of Rescu ing imprisoned Passengers Omaha, Oct. 16. Seven persons 'were killed, six probably fatally in jured and 20 otherwise hurt in a head-on collision on the Missouri Pa cific near Fort Crook. The trains were the northbound St. Louis flyer &nd an extra freight, southbound. Tie wreck took place within half a mile of the military post at Fort Orook and within sight of the bar racks. The dead: Miss Frances I,. Kanka, "Washington, Kan.; V. V. P...

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. — 17 October 1911

wff Miiyyi l.iJIErM anwi.fr cm aaMXWf ""i r ' A "1WWWETW0. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTODER 17th, 191 1. ir. I' . !3 4 i A I! M ft fALSE THEORIES OF DIVINE PLAN "AX tads In Error as to the World's Ending, THE BIBLE MISUNDERSTOOD. Pastor Russell Says the Supposition that ths Earth Will Be Burned Is Unscriptural What Is Meant Is the Destruction of Sin and the Over throw of Evil Following the Sym bolic Fire Will Como a Blessing to Mankind God's Scheme of Salvation Explained and Made Clear. Oct. 15. "Lon don Tabernacle," Lancaster Gntc, V., was crowded t ii d n y to hear l'imtur Russell. Ho spoke of mis taken notions re tlio cud of tlio world. lie assur ed his audience that "tlio earth abldeth forever," and claimed er rors were built upon misinterpretations of Scriptures. Wo report hlin on llcvelatlou x, 0. 7 an follows: Our text, with other Scriptural state ments respecting the cud of the world (for instance, St. Peter's statement, "Tlio heavens being on lire shall bo dissolved"...

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. — 17 October 1911

i "-r W "WI TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQfE THRNK OFFICERS Elected At Annuel Confer ence Oi Christian Church At ttio Soventh Annual Confcronco of the Christian church of the Mt. Vernon district, which closed nt Dan vlllo a short time ngo, tho following ofllcera wore elcctod: President Hev. It. II. Long, Vlco President Hon. A, .1. Work man. Secretary Rev. H. II. Clem. Treasurer Hon. D. W. Crist. Apploton, O., was chosen as tho place of holding tho next conference Hon. James It. Marker, state high way commissioner, Columbus, and Mr. and Mrs. William Tllton and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Lomuol of Canton are guests nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Til ton of Jolloway. Professional Atforneya-af'Low L. B. HOUCK ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Rogora bulldlag, No. Ill Bouu Mai ccreot, Mt, Vernon, Ohio. Room 3 and 3, second floor. FRANK 0 LEVERING ATTORNEY-AT-LAW All business of legal nature glrai prompt attention and especially t practice in tne Probate Court. Offle. No. 0 East H...

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. — 17 October 1911

K PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17lh, 101 f. f MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER,' Editor 03tJadL-"V,5rool3Ll3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.60 por year. in i i .1 Mi .. i i i iii. Entorcd at the Mt. Vernon, O., poit office as second claw mall matter. CHRISTY MATHEWSON Star Twlrler on New York Giants' Staff. SCENE SHIFTS TO THE QUAKER CITY 4 i -Second Game of World's Series on Ttils Afternoon, Philadelphia, Oct. 1G. Smarting tinder their defeat n tho first game of tho world's sciles, tho Athletics "will today endeavor on their own grounds to turn (ho tables on tho New York Giants. It hard ly is necessary to tall anyone who follows American laguo baseball that tho Mackmen are a haul toam to beat on tholr homo grounds. In fact thoy aro about tho most consist ent porformors In ttio major loaguo on tholr own ,Pold,. and, tholr adho rents fool confident that ttwiay will see tho tables tinned ah tho proud Giants. Every seat for tho game tod.iy has heen sold and...

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. — 17 October 1911

f tf. . i TUESDAY, OOTOBttrt 17th,, 1911. 'raTiaHIOOKi3fiB'Knnrwer ff&fTWFmzsBmfr f r y A m sP- " ES Of Second Term Taken Up By County Auditor Young On Monday After Filing His Bond In Sum Of $5,000 Myrtle Doup Brings An Ac tion For A Divorce In Court Of Common Pleas Against Conrad Doup Oilier Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice County Auditor Irvln Young entered upon the duties of his second term Monday morning. HIb bond in the sum of $5,000, signed by James W. Davis, J. T. Smith, T. M. AndorBon, O. B. COUNTY AUDITOR YOUNG Honwood and F. B. Cotton, was ap proved by tho county commissioners Monday morning and the oath of office was administered to Auditor Young by Probate Judge Berry. Wants A Divorce Myrtle Doup has commenced an ac tion for divorce in the court of com mon pleas of Knox county' a'galnst'Con rad Doup. Tho plaintiff states they were married October 9, 1909, and that one child was born to them. The plaintiff charges the defendant with gross neglect and cruelty 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. — 17 October 1911

c iwiFMhrT'TOiwnfc" Mqputny'4 H .fci.,-" PAOE FOUR HlTlJfiHdSATlO BANNER. TUESDAY, OCtOBER 17th, 1011, i) If IF & , i i . i' j .. K I iiv tt' p COMMISSIONERS' REPORT TO TUB COUIIT OF COMMON l'L12AS OF KNOX COUNTY, OHIO: Wo hcrowlth Hiibiult a detailed Btaloniont of our financial transactions: for the year endliiR August 31, 1011, as roqulred by Section 2507, General Respectfully, J. M. MOTZ, WM. LKWIS, H. FERRIS, Commissioners. NEW BRIDGES AND CULVERTS. LABOR AND MATERIALS. Walter Rabjohns, crtlinnte No. 6 Hnlcolm bridge. Sub S., Collcgo J2000 00 Walter Rabjohns, llnnl estimate, Unlcolm linage, cohckc h,m 2T 73 snip . 'Walter Rabjohns, Trotmnn bridge, ship "Wnltcr Rabjohns, estimate Harrison "cHtlllllltC Hnnison No. 1, 1000 0d Trotmnn iirmuc, ship :;,;; lown- , 1500 00 team otio day ami 77 'pllTacllWrrt t Ul,m wm'ter Rnbjohjis; ' estimate ' No.' 3. 77 3) Trotniun linage, mm -"" .... , 1000 00 U alter 'itabjoims. iinulliiR Iron und 550 moving if nee, j Miiiiiuii """" Trotman brid...

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. — 17 October 1911

FHE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN j TUESDAY, OCTODER 17th, 1911. y. O. l-ry 3 DO H. H. Urnlimit 33 00 II. C Hull COO 13. -1. ,11111 2400 .IdHopli Horn IBM Frank Unit , 2.100 H. C. mid I. H. Johnson 15 no Krnnk l.nytnun U w Klmer Loncy 77 00 A. L. McKfiizIo 10 00 Mursliiill mill Uyitn 4 00 Marsliull mill ltynn 16 00 O. U V. McDonald , 12 CO Oco. N. UpiikI , 5H0 41. V. Hporry 25 W ii. k. 'ruiioM 4 ro II. II. YoiltiK 2100 Henry A. Allen 10 SO Henry A. Allen 12 00 Henry A. Allen 17 71". W. It. Allium! 14 00 V. II. AilnniH 15 Wi W. II, AiIuiiim .'. 2100 W. , Ailumt , :l ro W. II. Adams SMI H. M iiuxnir :.,.. 0 00 H. M. Itiixtei' , ii (10 I). 11. Klllntt MOO 1), IJ. Klilott 13,1X1 Itolit. (Irossiiiun :) 50 H. A. Mull 2T.O0 Win. iIiivvh 4 00 V. H. Mint 2 7.". I . Irvine .'.. 22 (X) Flunk V. Litittiver 17 W ImiicM McKi(. ii 00 I' J. Miirtln 25 W Miirslmll ami ltynn SCO Mnrxluill ami ltynn 2:100 1.. Mnrnlmll 5,00 Joseph Metier 12 00 JOSOpll Mf.t7.Ki!' Ill (X) JciHPJili Alflzi;er 20(10 W. I' ...

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. — 17 October 1911

- ?-, , , ..feV-, T..j K..,tM ,tli fr . i, 11,,1,1.,,,. ,iviA.H.winulii WW iaW THE DEMOCKATIO BAHNEB. TUESDAY, ,, OCTOBER 17th, 1911, ? ft1 ft P w R l r. IV RV J sioir LOCALS Uses 2Gc; butter 28c. Mrs. C. P. Ruch of Ccnterburg spent 'tftendar with relatives in Mt. Vernon. Meeigcr, up-to-dato tailoring. tf Jlanford's Balsam should always bo 3apt in every honle. Jir. John Schulor of Mnrtlnsburg went to Columbus Monday morning on "business. Com Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf Mr. Gcorgo W. Sharp nnd Mr. Wil liam A. Hosack wont to Delawnre, 0., Monday morning on business. Clough for sowing machines. tf Mrs. Robort Wnllaco of Morrison, III., is making a several days' visit with relatives in Mt. "Vernon. Cholco cut flowers and artistic floral work. Cbas.' B. Sharp. tf Mrs. Ell Woir'o ond Mrs. Ellis of Howard spent Monday In Mt. Vernon with trlendB. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter RJIcy of Mt, "Vornou spout Sunday with Mr. and Airs. Michael Underwood of Howard. Taylor Barber Shop, three good bar- tern that'...

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. — 20 October 1911

T-Jt'T O .wtwpajmttije stnttjer PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. NO. 84. ESTABLISHED 1836 P Reinforced tmpe Rebels in Gunboats In River Fire On City, But Are Forced To Seek Shelter Behind Foreign Worships When Fire From Revolutionary Batteries Becomes Too Warm-Twr Boats Reported In Sinking .Condition-Red Cross Nurses Have HandslFull London Oct. 19. London papers print a d.spatch from Hankow 'which says that Admiral Sa Chen Ping landed 2,000 marines to reinforce General Chang Plao, who has only a thousand men, strongly intrenched, north of Hankow. The revolution aries, who have beon seriously men acing Cbaug Plao's troops, -were im mediately attacked with vigor, and at tlio saimi time the imperial gun boats in the river opened lire. Two of the Imperial gunboats were badly damaged nnd It is reported that they aro in a. sinking condition. The gun boats made Ineffectual reply to' tho firing from tho shore, and as tho rebel lire threatened to annihilate them, t...

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. — 20 October 1911

yfsfrrf!" ?Jrryl,v(mi'jriMv!-T'''v-- I""l ;jB'"ln"i""jwiT'"rlv"rn imsi ..ft', i . ,--.- h V" r 'in t: fr i h l i . o e 1 'HI 'fil j 9 r r .y m :BB'- VMCTWO. n in.wm THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 191 f 1 FOR WOMEN Dr. J. A. McGill'a Famous Female Suppositories Are a famous remedy for all female diseases Suffering Women try a Sample For sale by ail DraggUtii PRICE 91.00 Call on your home druggist for book and free sample 2 o (Z2 O Imporffin I Announcement Horo -is something of vital Import ance to all the people of Alt. Vernon and vicinity. The patrons of this store know that -when wo make an announcement It rnoons something of Interest and val ue lo them and that wo make it only otter careful investigation looking to tholr wolfuro as well us our own. Often it's a chance to save a littlo money or to procure something you could not got elsewhere. This time it concerns your health. Wo havo socurod the selling cgonoy Jor Uio celebrated Dike's Household Rcmodics. They aro the...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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