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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 20 October 1911

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE T)im ProTessional Cards Attorneys-at'Law L. B. HOUCK ATTORNEY. AT-LAW OlHco Rogers building, No. Ill Bouts Ualm street, Mt, Vernon, Ohio. Hoomi X and 8, second floor. PRANK O LEVERING ATTORNEY AT . LAW All buBlmoss of legal naturo bItm prompt attention and especially U practlco In tho Probate Court. OfSci No. 0 East High street, Mt. Vorxon, O Now 'Phone, Offlco 101; nosldeact 51 If you own anything, hava It Insured WILL J. "Doc" WELSI THE FIRE IN8URANCE MAN S East Gambler street. Mt Vernon, O CkKicooe' Tbone 2S1 Red. Luther A. Stream .:. Wm. F. Rlmw STREAM & RIMER REAL E8TATE AND LOAN8 Farms and olty property bought, boU aid exchange. Properties rented kas rents collected. Tiro insurance a ape eialty. Representing 14 old rellaMt took compasloa. Aocldoat lnsuraBs Uvo stock lnsuranoo. Plate kIam U aurance, automobile Insurance, In faa we can Insure any proporty you ma) have. Surety bonds of all kinds. Cal and see us. Room 1 Slp...

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. — 20 October 1911

llg'?yyjl.r. "":' ,ff ' ' AVf?.' T;a;Wii.iiir.n.iifi...j.n1a; 'r "fv w' iv V1 tMJE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 101 T01T. JF fmwiMmsmrr, I fel I'f J iP I' t I H I.: il '( I ( !' I It I' f Mt.UNT VERNON, OHIO -'RANK HARPER, Editor HouH-V(7ooli.ly MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate II 6u per year. Entered nt the Mt. Vernon, O., pout office nt second class mall matter WELLESLEY'S New President Takes Keys nil Charter Wellcsloy, Mass., Oct 10 Iu tho presence of a groat assembly of oduca tors and Bcholnrn, MIbb IOlIon Kitz Pendleton today rcccJvod Uio koys and chartor of Wollonlcy Collogo, and by her acceptanco of Uioso symboU be camo tho president of that well known institution for the hlghor oducatlon ot women. Tho oxcrcJoco of MIbb Pen llcton's induction Into tho proatdoncy woro hold in Houston Momorlal Chapel this morning ami woro ot a very improaalvc- character. Following a prayer by UIsIiqji Ixifotonoo thoro woro addresses by Mlufl Wtttlcofl Scud lor WllIInmB of Con...

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. — 20 October 1911

f'VJWm'rfynnri -SSSSTTwyin' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. fAUS fIV INDCT Thirteen In Coshocton Co, for Bootlegging Grand Jury Makes A Report On Wednesday And Many Persons Are Caught In The Net Several Marriage Licenses Issued In Probate Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice (Coshocton Times) Thirteen indictments, which It 1b understood are practically all for vio lations of tlio Roso boozo law, woro returned by the grand Jury for tho September term of court, which made its final report to Judgo Nicholas nt 30:10 o'clock Wednesday morning and was dismissed. Tho last report of tho Jurj holds some singular fea tures. Nineteen or twenty cases were investigated and-only twenty witness es wero oxamined. This does not ex actly moan that each caso had ono witness, but some of the wjtnosses wero probably able to give informa-' tion concerning several alleged viola tions of law. This fact alone Is prima facie evi dence that all, or practically all of tho Indictment...

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. — 20 October 1911

iiwm iiiimii! ww'i iiiwij igjiiii i 'TBy.iCTWjwfriag ''Mrawv."1 rWifW'K,' ;W8fM'i" JLUi.iUi MVMMMnWM TW jw ' i"m'iiii,,MAv PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1K ni. , 75&?23SBmMBmKimmwm& RWSWWWWmfr I ft 8 nn" For The Ml, Vernon Coal Ice Co. Is Asked for Id 'A Petition Filed May By John L itine Oara Molly Commences A Suit For Alimony i Common Pieas Court Against William Hally Oilier Items Of Merest From Temple Of Justice i John C. Kino ftrs commoncod a suit in tbo court of commo,,ploas of Knox county against tbo Mt. Vornon Coal & Ice Company In which ho socks to recover tho Bum of $200, and In addition nuke that a rooolveY bo ap pointed for tho company, which 1b how conducting an Ico plant in Mt. Vernon. Tho plaintiff claims that tho com pany Is lndebtod to him In tho sum of 1200 nnd asserts that tho aBooti of tho company havo boon greatly lnipalroil by tho managomont and tho plaintiff thinks that In order to protect tho creditors that a receiver should b...

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. — 20 October 1911

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. TOB DIMOCfcikTIO BANKER. AK lEVJiH r DR. COX'S Barbed Wire LINIMENT GT7AKANTEED to hcnl without leav ing a blemish, or MONEY REFUNDED. 50c and $1.00 sizes (or fresh wounds, old sores, sorobneks and ehouldcrs.burns and hrulfita 2Gc sizo for Family Uso. DR. COX'S PAINLESS BLISTER is bainless and guaranteed to euro 8pavin, Hintbono, Curb, Sweeny. Splint, .Puffs, or any enlargement, of bono or muscle, or money refunded. Price 00c. FOR SALE DY ALL DRUaOISTS Styled Shoes For The Boys and Little Gents MoBt modern shapes prevailing flnost quality leathers, ranging) In prices from $1.50 to $3.00 A splendid shoe for tho little gents is tho High Cut and High Too style, hand sewed process, regular 53.00 value; our price Is only $2.50 Larger boys' kinds in this tine high cut, with and without buck lea. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 Boys Dress Shoes, the nobby button, high toe and high heel style, finest of leathers, Good year Welt soles tho classy kind. $3.00 Others at GUARD IAN ...

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. — 20 October 1911

ISXIUlaffi2ilggEiiIL'fMruwiru.,iKS :ft ?! i hi j t rar 6e mam HEW RECORD IS SOUGHT BY TAFT Resident Adds Eighteen Days !o Present Jaunt ML TOUR SOUTHERN STATES -Change tn Program Announced Sud denly and Hlllcs Hustles to Com ptete Arrangements For Speaking Dates Will Return to White Houie In Time to Preparo Menuage to Congress Attendance at Dedica tion of Lincoln Farm Planned. Ogdon, Utah, Oct 19. President Taft, before ho returns to Washing 'ton, will havo mado a now mlleago "record. To tho 13,000 mlloa of tho original schodulo tho prcsldont lias added BOtno eighteen daya of travel. Tho addition to tho itinerary Includes n day In West Vir ginia, four days at Hot Springs, Va., -for a rost, two or thrco days at his iiomo In Clnclunntl and a tour through Kontucky and Tennessee, "With probably a stop In Virginia on tho way to Washington. This will flelay tho president's return to Wash- ington nearly tbreo weeks, bringing lilm to tho Whlto House- about Nov. 10, a little mora than two we...

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. — 24 October 1911

i'ij.jTJjg5PJ"'""" jji'w-'jwny 't ' jemtarrffc witter ' PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1911. NO. 85. ESTABLISHED 1836 ay BUFFALO STEAK ON PRESIDENT'S MENU New York and- Philadelphia Went Baseball Mad For World's Series iw B i i - ,. .. " - rilG RACE WAR IS THREATENED Krlirl till IB II Chinese Admirals version Six Big Guns Are Captured-Censorship Lifted And Text Of Reports Given To Press-DeclareGeneralGhang Piao Reoccupied River Station, But Was Unable To Hold It Owing To Large Number Of His Men Wound ed In Skirmish With Revolutionary forces Peking, Oct. 23. There has been a udden relaxation in the ceusorshlp and the full text of a Joint dispatch from Admirals Jui-Cheng and San-Chen-Ping, In command of tho war shlpo off Hankow, is published in tho Chineso newspapers. It follows: "As the second Installment of tho Tientsin troop arrived at the river station they wero attacked by from 2,000 to S.000 rebels. General Chang Piao led the troops from Hunan, Hu per and...

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. — 24 October 1911

WIHIHIII.IIII. ... . ! "l! .'! I ' '"V 'V ' ' 'hUJJTDu .n'.ljriiMn'l'. I ' '"1-h'- ! ' f-" a-f-W1' W ' '" m--- mpf $ -t- J-"r"py-"TJw';?jyt'i'"1 ' ' " "" '"1" 'ffpfw'1 "" ,M" "1 Hyf.-,-' ...,,' .i- . nj. - . o TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. M W M TUESDAY, OCTOBER tin I, ii m ii. u...u mt.M.iirri-nnriari"r-" ", U.-MTr-TfTiir--" ' " i. I lc IS 1 I- er-y v j ' it' r If l ;? ' .. t " Evolutionists win at hankow Imperialists Flee and Leave Equipment Behind, REIHFORCEMENTS ON THE WAY 'Republicans Are Endeavoring to Cap ture Kwang Shul, Thus Blocking Southward Progress of Hoyallst Troops Red Cross Works With Chinese Help For First Time In History Refugees Seek Protection of Foreigners In Troubled District. london, Oct. 21. Dispatches dated this mo r ii I n k, received by the Dally 'Mall, say that the telegraph wires are cut south of Kwang Shul. Tboy also cay that the ImperiallBtB wcio defeat ed In tho fighting of Wednesday and Thursday nround Hankow. Tho camp deserted, tho skirmish ra shouted...

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. — 24 October 1911

i' r o. M TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 19(1. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THrUK .t S To Occur In Eight States On Next Tuesday Must All Contests Are On Local Issues Republicans Put Up Stiff Fight In Kentucky But Democrats Expect To Easily Win Out Municipal Campaigns Exceed State Contests Washington, D. C, Oct. 21 TUoro will bo elections In eight States and in a number of the leading cities of tho country two wo oka from next Tuesday. In Massachusetts, Ken tucky, Maryland, Rhodo iBland, Mis sissippi and New Mexico a governor nnd other State ofllcers are to ho chos en; In New Jersey and Virginia, a leg islature only; in Now York, several members of tho Stato judiciary, and In Nebraska a supremo judge, regent of tho Stato university and railroad com missioner. In Pennsylvania, Ohto, Utah and California, municipal ofll cers aro to bo selected, while in Ney York county a number of judges aud a ohorlff aro to bo voted for. Practically all of tho contests, Stato and municipal, aro on local issues,...

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. — 24 October 1911

"ps . ... . ,i , l i,..i i' lnJi-n' ur" i" umruM ..i 1"' im,. , ,iii..v,,. . i iu..lj. -, ...... . . . .. j...jra....T..'..' r i t -TTH H ir,11fcUawHg w. ' ...... . .. -.., n.m I M ki . . I I WL l.i '- - .- in .111 m. , J 1...1,1 i.tn ,-! ,llllaiif,i m,.i .li., i. iii,!. , Wi . i. Iln. I, mm ,; Sft,1rrrf.tarr . ,j n ,, I HI IW ,n H ! '"Ill '"T T" r..,r,:rf . i ,, .. ,- .I,li b lit 1 1 fl VI I V. ltf'li V II l I n ' -V U T .1 ' '. --.'-ti" ' W ' " ." "- "''f'l- V PS. " - . ... 77 " 'f I" it T P ' - 1 , ' ' ' f, ' ' '' V f PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BAjNjNEIv. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1911. i W- SLi fc'., ii m lv4 4 f. It y '! i.t t t if; fe'" ' fn.: TVS. VM s i fit . i NT VERNON, OHIO HANK HARPER, Editor - t jj i - W o o 4. i. y MONUMENT SQUARE K i i ButwcrlpUon Rate- 1160 per year. Unlerud at the Mi. Vernon, O., post office ne second cUu mail matter, CATHOLIC Young Men's Nathnal Union liolos Meeting RICHESON READS BIBLE IN PRISON Acmd Murderer Also Listens to Female Evangelist, HIS CONG...

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. — 24 October 1911

TUESDAY OCTODER 24th, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. HAUb Mvfe after Buck Catr hnd rnado his groat run and placed thom on an, almost ovon basis with tholr oppononls. In fact, it scorned as though thoy playod all tho harder as tho fortunes of tho game turnod against than. MT. VERNON CONFtRENCE ' i9 t "W fi T it f inej. j. iingivaa lo. OOTOBEE The Month of Opportuiity. tii -I Of Uiiitrians Is Being Held In California mtmmmmmaBmm'mnmmma,ua'mm?'mtmmmmm''amm'mimimm VCTORY DVOKGE I iSBt For The High School Team Over Newark High Won Out By Touchdown And Drop Kick Suit Filed By Lenora Price Against Nicholas Price y Fine Team Work Won Game For The Locals Keayon Defeated In Cleveland On Saturday Although Gambler Men Put Up A Plucky fight Newark, Oct 23 Mt Vernon's splendid team work cost the game for Newark High Saturday, though both olovens wero oTonly matched. In the last quarter, Postlo intercepted a for ward pass and ran 35 yards for a touchdown. Altcnberg'o drop kick in the second quarter ...

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. — 24 October 1911

!"r Kf' 'frtv-.w , $5: K OllWPiiyi JfcSXIXlXxiWJCttllUCMtrM'tMM.i!.. PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21th, ilOlt. I i - r - " - n i1- -in Tumri mi m 111 ihihiiiimpiujui W t m & LX OOP'S STANDARDS TO BE UPRAISED Reign of sin and Oeaili in Ilia Eve of Its Power. DAY OF THE LORD AT HAND, iPiator Russell Announces Mankind's Redemption Through ttio Messiah's Glorious Kingdom Darknoss of tho Ages Will Do Dispelled by tho Rising Sun of Righteousness Noted Preach er Addresses a Great Multitude In the London Tabernacle. London Taber nacle, Lancaster Gate W Oct. 22. Pnstor ItU8 noil Hpokc hero twice today to lurgo nudlenccs. Wo report one of tho dlflcoursoH whlcti treated on llio difference be Iwccn human and -Divine ptnndnrdB - -r-fri y of mcAHurcmciit. ! rPASTORSSEiDJ, 0 mM llt,nrt. Wlien wo were children Hie days wcro 'longer nud the reurs noonied Interminable. Tb6 holi days of tho year Blood out beforo us liromlncntly, but flccmoij seldom to re-t-ur. Gradually nil (hi...

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. — 24 October 1911

ywt"lay " 'V w r" v- tf- F'9WW njUMWjftJfM u '?fjwrr'r t Virn-n r-y ftf , TUEGDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1911. THI D1M00RATIC BANNER. PAGE SRVKrt W.'wuHKftlfBpw J SERIOUS In jury Sustained By Vallandlg ham Durbin At The Koons Farm On Fri day Morning v Kicked On Tiie Back Of The Head By Horse Taken To Hospital In Uncon scious Condition Man's Skull Penetrated By The Horse's Shoe Vallandlgham Durbin, residing on the W. M. Koons farm east of the city, Is In a very serious condition at the Mt. Vernon hospital as a result of a vicious kick on the head which he sustained on Friday morning while unhitching a team of horses at his home. About 9:30 o'clock Friday morning Mr. Durbin drove the team Into the barn, after having driven them for ex ercise, and began the work of un hitching them. One of the animals, which seems to be a natural kicker, let drive viciously with its heels, one of the hoofs striking Mr. Durbin on the back of the head, he having turned slightly to look out the barn door Just as ...

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. — 24 October 1911

Liu'IiEuu -- - - .T'r"r'i,,w im, MT TMM DEMOORATIO BAKN1R. tUmday, octobbb vd jf'M m; i m a ti t Wt w " i .tiiiiti i iig.ni .1 . Li.. & i inn i jwwwwwwwwwwwwww wwwwwwwwwww w h . f ' ' ' I vtii uuwuuw wit menus in uamuior. a I illf I1M I I III I a1 ? IDA I CMI X M- ?.l.l. KV nf AUrnn sbmiL flan- 1 1 I Iff! VB 0 I I 1 1 M U l" .. ......,....-.,-. .- IIHJIilllllll 111 I HI i "'""" Famout Life Savor Near Death's Door, ATHLETIC GROUNDS LIKE SEA OF MUD Wile Chance That Game Will be Played Today. Philadelphia, Oct. 23. Thoro seems to be llttio chanco of playing tho fourth gamo of tho world's series at Shlbo park today, oven If tho sun hould como out over so brightly, which It shows no indication of Going. Tho continued rain hns mado both the Infield and the outfield no mussy that it will tako a long baking by tho sun to get the baso paths In any thing like Bliape. With iho present tato of weather tho fourth gamo vauy not bo played until Wolnesdny, b Conule Mack refused to hnvo oil liur...

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. — 27 October 1911

CBW tmmtmt mtttr PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. NO. 86. ESTABLISHED 1836 NERAL FEN GRAND JURY TO Saving the Lives of Miners ties Close to Heart of Government mmwww 'irmmtmwwtuft ? a. B lull w GE KILLED IN I II ill I w If SHAN Thirty Members Of Also Mangled Bodies Are Hurled In Every Direction As Newly AppointedlMilitary Governor Of Canton Crosses Gang plank Upon Arrival At Francisco Chinamen Get Thousands Of Imperials Shanghai, Oct. 2G. The newjy appolnted military governor of Can ton, General Feng Shan, was blown up by a bomb. Messages (lifter as to the number 'killed In the explosion, but latest reports say that his wife and 30 soldiers who accompanied them were blown to pieces. General Feng was choBen for the Canton post as successor to General Cung, who was assassinated last spring. General Feng and Jls wife, with their military escort, were jUBt leaving their steamboat at Canton when attacked,. As they wore cross ing the gangplank the bomb was tosse...

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. — 27 October 1911

wrv"mm. 22s - --W? f fi nBWB afiv uVMy'f'r iwf$p- a- U-U i imm - JS-t' mini ""X" lIFTSHf iiriiiiiTii fc A wvec two. THE DEMOCRATIC BAN1TEE. FRIDAY, OCTODER 27, 1911. ii i' F- IN I v m WXa X frt ti T fcTa frf4 r4 T 44 y4 944 44 k. FREDERICKTOWN $. 2 l4!4!4!4 ! J4 J4 ! Mr. Mark C. Whitney, of this plnco, And Miss Jonnlo B. Duchnnnn of Ches torvlllo wero married Saturday even ing, October 14th, by Rev. S. E. Sears at tho Methodist parsonage In Mt. Gllcad. Mr. Floyd Lonoy and sister, Miss Itoso Lonoy, havo been visiting rela tives In Danville tho past week. Mrs. Cholo Purdy spent several days visiting relatives In Waterford tho past week. Tho buildings of tho Footo Doll "Foundry havo boon newly roofed. Mr. C. 0. Corwln and wife woro vis iting friends hero tho past week. Last Sunday Itov. A. H. White, rep resentative of tho Purity Civic Lcaguo, gavo two very Interesting and Instructive discourses In this placo. In tho afternoon ho spoko at tho Daptlst church whoro men only woro admitted ...

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. — 27 October 1911

y FRIDAY, OCTODER 27, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQE THMt X B II I The Leading Color For Fall and Winter Tan Shoes must be the foundation to a pretty brown suit. Fish & Lybarger's assortment in style, quality and price, gives you the most excellent selection. Men's and Women'sTan Shoes at $3 to $5 We give you unequalled value for your money. Try is. l m Sign of Electric Shoe PtAD THIS LIST Ladies Underwear. union suits, supporters, neck scarf Two piece and Hose and hose sweater coats, and handker- chiefs. Men's Underwear Fleece lined, cotton and wool. Hose, and hose sup porters, gloveB of various lands for both work and dress. Be sure to see our leather palm canvas glove and our mule hide work glove. Caps,, rubber hats and coats, English slip on raincoat, sweater coats, work pants and shirts, and a splendid line of dress shirts,, collars and ties. Children's Underwear, all sizes and ages. Hose and hose sup porters and a nice line of sweater coats now on sale at Sa fto Prop. G...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 October 1911

uimntwmBmmtttrmi'm'afatnailmBD iW.k.wwfc-iMwiim'fci ,iiHiMmMin4 "Vjf' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27,' 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PACE FOUR ui ..iii'Iumiiiw ! iMnwwMr ii iwminiiiuniMiywi l m i i i nr v MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxxxl-"VOroolaLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Bate 11.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., poit office as second clus mall matter. ACCUSED Slayer Weeps In Court At Canton, 0. bringing lior homo from the Inst dance thoy had played tor, while her husband looked on from an upstairs window. She snld alio didn't know how miny drives sho and Ilobart had takon together or how many dancos thoy had playod for. Ho drove hor homo from ovory dance, she testified, but sho was unable to say Just what time thoy would reach tho house. "Tho dances usually lot out at 12 o'clock, and it took an hour or so to drlvo home," sho said. Mrs. Eldor snld her husband not only accused her of being Intimate with Ilobart, but also with a Canton man. Sho said that at one time ...

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. — 27 October 1911

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE NV Ci t F VJ ' V 'jr V LASniLL Of John T. Brown Has Been Filed Id Probate Gives His Entire Estate To His Wife ' Suit To Set Aside Conveyance Is Filed Bulletins For Teacbing Agri culture Ready Qtber Items Qf Interest From Temple Of Justice Tho laBt will and testament of the late John T. Brown, of Mt. Ver non, haB been filod In probate. After tho payment of all debts tho testator directs that all his property, both real and personal, bo given to his wife, MolHo P. Drown. Tho wife is also named as executor of tho will, no bond being required. Tho will was signed July 24, 1907, In tho presence of Char les S. Snow and Mllllcont M. Snow. To Set Aside Conveyance Burgess B. Sapp has commenced a suit In tho court of common pleas of Knox county against Elizabeth Clem ents and William Hunter. Tho plain tiff states that in tho Justlco court of 'Squlro George S. Hartcr he obtained a Judgment against tho defendant, Ellzaboth Clements, for ?50....

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. — 27 October 1911

iifli a i'i gfa-ti . j , hg .,., , .. , I'TrT? ;,... r, l",'"UwwMW'M.fcl.iIW --- . 'j r7Brw(P"iil "f WH"" wfr . ihmi iT-jUSS; sxrtjrsecsKnUu r...r.. ,!,,, r I,, A AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. i H r in.ni Loss Sustained To The Treasury Of Ohio BylTiie Old System Of Re turns For Taxation Corrected By The Plan Under The New Law .And The Limitation Of Rate To One Per Cent lessens The Burden On The General Taxpayer Columbus, 0., Oct. 24 After ha Maid tho foundation for equal taxation by obtaining laws reducing oxtrava jjance by limiting expenditures of pub lie money and stopping excessive tax Talcs by limiting tho maximum lovy, Gov. Harm on, through his rato Hmlta tnin a law wheroby tho millions of cor porate and porsonnl property that had 'l)oou escaping taxation could bo placed an tho duplicate. Dcforo the present Btato adminis tration tho averago tax rato through out Ohio had been 3 por cont, but Gov. Harmon .through his rato limita tion bill, reduced the a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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