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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 October 1911

FRIDAYf OCTODEH 27, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN H WINSJUT In The Supreme Court Of Ohio Does Wm. Nutting In Iiis Case Against The 6 & 0. Railroad Company And Will Secure A Judgment In Sum Of $7,000 For Injuries Received By Being Struck By Train Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The caso of William Nutting vs. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company was decided In the supreme court of Ohio Tuesday morning In favor of the plaintiff, the decision sustaining the lower court, which gave Nutting a Judgmen for ?7,000. When the case first came to trial in the court of common pleas some years ago, Nutting asked for dam ages in the sum of $20,000. Judge Wlckhara, who was on the bench at the time, directed the jury to return a verdict for the defendant. The case was then taken to the circuit court and Judge Wlckham was reversed. Next tho case was taken to the su preme court and tho circuit court was sustained and the caso was remanded back to the court of common ple...

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. — 27 October 1911

rjwsawwryw wimiwwijMiiimpiiimiA W1lWiwiiiil n n I ill il hi i ii 111 iii ii n.i.llrtlll. aMMtMWWWITH MIXMfc? JPifWflWWWW1 ,WJJ 9, ' """STTT "nw""T-TvngJ7 -jW IOHT TOE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. FRIDAY, OCT6&ER 27, 1"H MBMWWWMgMW t l I ; ; f i t r i j U h u ! v .4 HEWTOM FANB f GET THEIR TURN Go Wild When Giants Defeat Hated Athletics. MARQUARD DRIVEN FROM BOX American Leaguers Make Three Runs In Third Inning and Cham pionship Looked Like Cinch Until Nationals Tied Score In Ninth and Won Out In Tenth Period If Luck Follows New Yorkers Today, De ciding Game Will Be on Saturday. Now York, Oct. 20. No nno was more surprised whon tho Giants de feated tho Athletics In tho fifth game of tho world's camplonBhlp series than tho members of tho National league team, tho victory by a score of 4 to 3 coming like a lightning "iolt out of a clear sky. It was tho Now York team's Mcond triumph in tho series for tho nrorld's championship, tho Quakers already having, captured hreo con tests. This unexpect...

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. — 31 October 1911

1 r'tt PSW 'Urir r--iilrrJ?h tmvttmtt anti?. PRICJE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1911. NO. 87. ESTABLISHED 1836 s ffl h -mr mm PULITZER D N End Comes To Veteran Editor On Private Yacht Owner Of New York World-Austrian Jew Who Landed In Boston Without Means Enlisted In Army And At Close Of War Went West To Grow Up With Country -Had Remarkable Career And At Time Of His Death Was Many Times A Millionaire New York, Oct. 30. Death camo J suddenly to Joseph Pulitzer, editor and proprietor of the New York World and St. Louis Post-Dispatch, while on board his yacht Liberty, at anchor ii. the harbor of Charles ton, S. C. He had been ill for only about 48 hours, and until just before ho died It was believed that tho Illness was only a slight Indisposition. Death was caused by heart trouble, caused, it is believed, by an attack of acute indigestion. Mrs. Pultizor arrived from Now York and had been at her husbands' bedside only about a half--bowbeforo his death. Mr. Pulitzer...

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. — 31 October 1911

g"Srf,f"-'!?r;i'B;'-1 j' yy. - 'lOBf-' i4 air ' 'M''' n ' 'X v- UM gftffrttffWfftJg dMya. msj iimJ iWMIIWM WtifaMiM ' BSSffisaBa ) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1011. TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. t ffT'p'f ft IP IX TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS Writer Quarters For Hens. "Wbllo fowls can stand a great deal crowding In tho winter than "Sfl the summer, thoy cannot stand too tainch even then. Tho flrst noticeable effect from overcrowding Is diminished Jegg production, which can bo relieved flby removing part of the fowls to other Quarters. Feather pulling and egg leatlng are vices that aro soon learned fwhen fowls are too crowded. A con tagious disease soon spreads In crowd ed quarters and plays sad havoe 'among the flock. There Is never enough Vroom at tho feeding trough, and tho Weaker ones never get enough to cat. tent tho worst result of overcrowding its tho curtailment of the egg supply, rvd this counts when egg3 are so high la price, tlf you would havo plenty t eggs keep no tnoro fowls In ono f...

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. — 31 October 1911

IM T t TUESDAY, OCTODER 31st, 1911. MT. JM Represented At The Pythian Sisters Convention Of This District Which Was Held In Mansfield Ladies Fronf.Tliis City Take Part'In Program Several State Officers Were In Attendance Mansfield Temple Royally Entertained Visitors Mt. Vernon was well represented at the annual district convention of tho Pythian Slaters held Friday In Mans field. One hundred and twonty-flvo delegates and visitors were in at tendance. The district comprises Mt. .Vernon, Wooster, Ashland, Shelby, Crestline, Mansfield, Bellvllle, Butlor, Frodor town and Greenwich. Tho following was tho program car rled out during the day: Morning session, 10:30 Call to or der and appointing of committees by Deputy Sue Moyer. Registering of visitors and repre sentatives at desk of Secretary. Dinner at 11:30. Afternoon session, 1:00 Music, Louella Brown, Tiro. Roll call of Temples. Response by quotations. Address of Welcome, Laura Dickson, Mansflold. Response by Cornelia Far ber, Beilvll...

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. — 31 October 1911

EL ""'".' f.TOg?Rm!arBwP msWlifm'prr'.mmveatmtri-u ,n iMimj i'l; : im.. . ..""' g-" - '- JIMd I i 1 ii rT"- " i f il i niii i ii i 1 1 ri i i f " I MmMmtotitwuimmMlmmmKipL 3 x.iv. f, -y-xf-vk .flfftW " r " f '' O --- if, " f ) PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1011. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SoaaoLl-Av oolacly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate f 1.66 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second class mall matter. J. j j ! ! ! ! ! I $ . FREDERICKTOWN 4. Somo damago was done la tko co mont rnasonary around tho water tank the paBt week, tearing away ono of tho four Iron gates and breaking Into tho cement work. A team ot mulct httchod to a wngon belonging to Mr. Mc Gaughy, and without driTor, becamo excited and ran Into It Mr. Fay Whltford, of QolumbuB, was visiting his mother horo U10 past nock. Somo of tho good cilizons partici pated In a horso race- horo on the after noon of Friday latit, oauslng no little oiclteraent. This woo ...

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. — 31 October 1911

i" 7r v1 T"S TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31t 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PA8E rvm. MWJWpp! k I2T0 3 Bonne Academy Defeated Mt, Vernon High School t .Ml ..-. I. At Hiawatha Park On Satur day Afternoon Hi, Vernon Scored -The First Feints Of The Game Bit Were Unable To Stop End Rons Of Doane Three Placement Kicks Were . Features Of The Contest Doano Academy of Granville defeat oil the Mt. Vernon high school foot kali team at Hiawatha park Saturday afternoon by a score of 12 to 3. Doane's points were scored on two kicks from, placement and a touch down which was, In reality, Illegal. Mt. Vernon scored their throe points in a kick from placement by Cap tain Altenberg In the first quarter of play. The locals lost tho gamo because of their Inability to tackle effectually. With tho exception of only a few men tho Mt. Vernon tacklcrs would make ludicrous efforts to jump on a run ner's shoulders. ,If they succeeded In this they were carried for a distance of several yards before they brought tho man do...

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. — 31 October 1911

"lUHH-Lt - --. tiMfftmmmmwsm PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DW OCTODER 31at, 1911. I'n GOD PREPARING FOR THE HARVEST Ttie Divins Promise About to Bs FuIfHlad. THE NEW DISPENSATION, Pastor Rusted 8ays the "Pesos and Safety" of the Unbelievers (s a De lusion Progressive Steps of the ON vine Plan as Outlined In the Olble, Explained The Elect, Under the Headship of Jesus, Will Rule the World For a Thousand Years. Glnngow, Scot land. Oct 20. i'aator RuhscII .preached, twice litre today to ,'nrgo audiences. Wn report one of his discourses from the lext. "Of 'iltrt llmnafil dn. "tions, brethren, ye hart no'ticcd'tliat jl -write unto you. for yourselrca lc.no w perfectly that the day of the Lord tut comctli ns a thief lu the night: for when they shall nay. Peitce and safety, then mid den destruction comcthupon them, as travail upon a woman with child, and they shall not escape. But ye, breth ren, are not In darkness' thnt that (lay should overtake you bh n thief j yo are children of tb...

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. — 31 October 1911

'X ""'".-v - -UJ- rIWff3r,' ''"fij "r t V I) w o THE1 DElfo'&RATiC4 B'AilNEB. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1011. PAGE 8EVKN ' TTIIrfTS SBmBBBBBGBWE LEG Broken When Tree Fell In Forest Sunbury, Oct. 27 Mr. C. P. Boyd, living west of Berkshire, hnd his foot badly mashed nnd his small son suf fered n broken leg, above the right kneo, when n treo fell In his forest Friday afternoon. The, father nnd a furm hand wore hewing .down the treo and tho giant oak waB Just tot tering when Boyd's son ran In tho path of tho tlmbor. A rush wub made to save the llttlo fellow, and both wero caught beneath tho trunk and branch es, i i . Interesting Session Of Timon Lodge Tlmon Lodge No. 45, K of P., held a busy and Interesting session last evening, one application being re ceived and two elected to member ship. County-Deputy Davis 'reported that the county conventtdn would be hold with Timon Lodgo the date not yet being doflnltoly decided. The "Kids" of the lodge will en tertaln with a sbclal on Thursday...

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. — 31 October 1911

T'7TrtWrWiWHWWw1" ' TP" ' " mmmfi UfWKIW "irs33s.tr- -"5 "'.e - rs;'anir9uUMi yMtyyyfy:'rj w 'yrn T"r II I mi iitenmilltpi'MiyMU iiijirflFirWi 4im n;jn j JS 'I "'" '(' ' 'I - v7" WMWS EIGHT THE DIMOORATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER c oa 1 Order Your Winter S Now and get the benefit of LOW PKICES. Posi tively after November prices must advance. Phone Orders Received Prompt Attention. Phones Cit. 455; Bell 81-R Ml Vernon Ice Delivery Co, Wm. MILD, Pres. SHORT LOCALS YOU 1 choice of J can have your Horse Blankets and Robes a large, complete line of if you'll stop in at I Bogardus & Co. 1 I W. Side Square 1 MS SEED CORN A One Minute Sermon To The Farmers (By Ezro R. Nowcomb) "For man lookoth on tho out ward appearance but tbo l,ord lookoth on tho honrt." 1 Sam. 1C:7. Tho runners' bulletins toll uh that 1t is not nocoHHiirlly tho good looking oura or corn that tiro tho host for wood purposoH. Tho Department of Agricul ture found that oars from good yield ing stalks yielded 10 moro biiB...

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. — 3 November 1911

RMMMOrtlNttMMMipllNMMM JL-iL.JJ.'llL'JJIBJ ' tmttu rar; " -i- PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911 No. 88 ESTABLISHED 1836 DENY FAVORING NAVY Chairman Mack, Who Directs Democrats In State and Nation TEEL COMBINE Vwpi nw-r'fT" ffof -, -,. iB Ban ND l " Mir iiiiii Taste Follows Banquet At Pittsburg Declares He Was "Bolted" Was Given Tip On Littleton Affair And It Required Urging On Part Of Prominent Citizens To Secure Attendance At Function-New York Representative Denies That Attack On Slier man Law Was Directed At President Pittsburg, Nov. 2. Believing that ho was butchered to make Pittsburg a holiday, President Taft Is real angry. That Congressman Martin Littleton mallclouslyand intentionally baited him at tho Chamber of Com merce banquet by unexpectedly open ing an argument on tho Sherman anti-trust law, is the specific charge. One story Is that tho president was informed early in tho evening that a plot had been lad to give him a very unpleasant evening at the ...

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. — 3 November 1911

!ww?5iTIT ( Tj-jr vTfwfir-tfi'Tfc "W AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911 i Ladies' Shoes $2.50 to $4 j For new gun metal and j patent cloth and velvet- : top, a shoe for style and j good service see them. : J)cARdi GnMoa SKm $3 For Ilia. Heat I High arch, short vamp, I gun metal, 16 button s shoe Ask to see them. ! $3 for Dr. A. Deed's i $ Cushion sole shoes for : -women who want the : I easiest shoe on earth, : : the most common sense i shoe made, wonderfully : 5 comfortable. : 1 Hisses' and Giil- j I dreo's Ityh Git I j Shoes Complete line j just now. s The Sign of the Electric I Shoe and flrflfc t.lifi hannfit. of I LOW PRICES. Posi tively after November nricBH must advance. I Phone Orders Received Prompt Attention. Phones Cit. 455; Boll 81-R Delivery Co. Wm. MILD, Pros. I f Palate Doari? and Feed Darn In New Hando. I liavo acquired tho barn In tho rear of tho Chrlutlan church on East Vino street ami will conduct a llrflt class hoarding and food stablo. Spuclul at...

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. — 3 November 1911

mvV mwvsmm'm- "vv"tifift,Y v. m ii wpniwunif Mmmmmmmmmmmm -A-aT'Y FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911. Mrs. William Millard and daughter iBka of Mr, Qllead, Ohio, aro buosIb of Mrs. Lr. J, Uranlgan. Professional Girls Attomeys-at'Law L. B. HOUCK ATTORNEY -AT -LAW Ofllco Rogers' building, tfo. Ill South Main Btroot, Mt. Vornon, Ohio, Rooms 2 and 3, second floor. PRANK 0. LEVERING REAL" ESTATE AND LOANS AH business of legal naturo given prompt attention and especially to practice) In the Probato Court. Offlco No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vornon, O. Now 'Phono, Offlco 104. Luther A. Stream Wm. F. Rimer STREAM & RIMER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Farms and city property bought, sold and exchanged. Properties rented and rents collected. FIro Insuranco a spe cialty. Representing 14 old reliable stock companies. Accidont Insuranco llvo stock Insurance. Plato glass in surance, automobile Insurance, In fact we can Insuro any property you may have. Surety bond of all kinds. Call and seo us. Itoora 1 SIpo bldg., South...

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. — 3 November 1911

riMiAi?Mif'V' "I!J' PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911 i.mjUl-. I J I P rt. i . MOUNT VERNON, OHIO uLLIl FRANK HARPER, Editor UIinTI-O Somi-"CeooUJ.y UllUUlLll 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.60 per year, Portsmouth, 0., Nov. 2. Doputlos i. havo gono to rolnforco tho posso Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post- whloh had a Pitched battlo with office as second chu. mall matter. ;Lnmes Evnn? nD(1 h,B ." otl, Twlnn crcok, and during which :;- Ucorgo Rivers was shot through tho NOTICE hack and side, but not dangerously wounded. The Banner again calls attention to '. I the fact that a charge Is made for nector noye" dlstlngu'shed Scottish tho publication of resolutions of ro- historian and friend of Ernnmus, was spect, obituary notlcos, cards of Invited to prealdo over tho newly thanks nnd announcomonta of ontor- founded University of Aberdeen at tho tnlnmcnts to which an admlsfllon fco beginning of the Rtxtecnth century. Is charged or which are gtvon for He nceep...

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. — 3 November 1911

jminnm HMWWLWjiniifKHiiiiinixiiHW OWfWWfaMMiM Vt FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE PIV F rll,-3?PW STMl14i1 7r:,!iJWi!srr,s;"T" r"" '"- ' " j- ,( ,yns? is VE1CT Returned In The Assault Case At Utica Two Defendants Change Plea, One Guilty Names 0 Jurors Drawn From Tbe Wheel To Sit In Condemnation Case In Probate Other Items FromKnox County Court House (Newark Advocate) The case ot Ohio vs. Elton Smith wbb tried to the court and Jury Wed nesday morning. This caso grow out of a flgat which occurred In Utlca be tween Wm. Randall, ho bolng tho per son assaulted, and Elton Smith, Earl Nuberry and Grover Hayncs. These three defendants are charged with as sault with Intent to kill. Earl Nu berry and Grover Haynes changed tholr pleas of not guilty to guilty of assault and battery, which was accept ed by tho state, sentence being de ferred. At tho conclusion of the Intro duction of tho testimony on behalf of tho state a verdict was directed to be returned In favor of Elton Smi...

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. — 3 November 1911

i!mfr- '-rirp77w!f' vi" AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. CRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911 111 f "ollMCE Introduced In Council To Fix Salaries Of Ofiicials Id The City Of Mt. Vernon Hereafter To Be Elected may Change The Name Of East Water Street Hie Cost Of Paving Two Alleys is figured Out Other Business Transacted By The City Fathers Tho city coubcII inot In regular .'session on Monday ovonlug with all members present oxcept Prosldont Edward Dover and with Mr. Taylor acting as president pro torn. Tho min utes of tho last regular mooting woro road by Clerk Mclntlro and woro ap proved ns read. Tho report of tho cost of tho paving t)f Plum and Dlackborry alloys wum 'submitted by tho scrvlco director and civil engineer iih follows; CoHt to tho property owners for tho paving of Dlackborry alloy, $2,817.03. Number of foot assessable on Dlackborry al loy, 1,815. Cost to tho property owners for tho paving of Plum alloy, ?2,208.41. Num ber of foot nsBcssablo, 1,316. Mr. Colo moved that tho roport bo acce...

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. — 3 November 1911

" ' ' ' "i il"" 111 i iinv'rnnvm-timiftrmtm0mmwmmMmwmntjilttmim .- FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911. THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. PAGE 8KVKN VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND THINKER," QIVE8 U8 THE FACT8 AS THEY Washington, D. 0 Oct. 31 Tho Democrats, according to ovon Hopub llcan nowspapcra, ought to win In 1012. All thoy havo to do Is to oiganlzo and pull togcthor. Tho Republican party can not dofeat tho Democratic candldato for tho presidency. The on ly posslblo thing that can provent tho election of a Democratic president In 1912 Is tho Democrats themselves, Tho opportunity Is horo, and from all parts of tho country roports aro reaching headquarters that tho Democrats real lzo it and are already laying plans for a campaign that will result in the Dem ocrats sweeping the country In 1912. Thoro scorns to bo no way for the Republicans to avoid dofeat if tho Democrats get together and work, as thoy aro now starting out to do. If Mr. Taft is ro-nomlnated tho Insurgents will slash him, and if...

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. — 3 November 1911

iU.di,l Jf "SX'MSsnrasa f: 'J Vf' -v. ir t t- - f r-y w J r i"w i-iiir-i" TimroiiWiiwwiwtji ff.jjgiji "t? - r IjlfT "" I " nc CIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911 "-te Mffi3?ffi EL ET GEN. D. E. SICKLES s Civil War Veteran Turned Down by Loyal Legion. 19U. by American Press Association. WAR HERO BLACKBALLED Central Sickles In Bad With New York Loyal Legion. Now York, Nov. 2. General Daniel E. Sickles, hero of tho Peach Or chard at the battle of Gettysburg, on -which memorable field ho lost a leg, tias boon blackballed by tho Now "York commundory of tho Loyal Lo fton. It Is belloved that General Sickles was blackballed becauso of 'Antagonism arising from omitting tho "names of certain ofllcors from monu ments erected on civil war bnttlo TDelds by tho Now York stato coin talsslon appointed for that purpose. ABANDONED IN WOODS 'Body of Boy Kidnaped From Home Found In Thicket. York, N. Y., Nov. 2. Tho body of Charles Ely, tho two and a half year old child or Mr. and Mrs. Hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 November 1911

"ft-vt" HuUfy1 -"c jf!fft-r JWtiiMiBiiiuw.ttwri'iiiiywiatPwaNMW 'tm&ttfo dmntt PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1911 No. 89 ESTABLISHED 1836 irr 6 M k POWERS ilLLu King Oi Italy Issues Royal fion Decree Points To Fact That His Large In Control And Many Way-Populace Of Two Agitated Over Turmoil Over Italian Supremacy Rome, Nov. C. A decree declaring Tripoli and Cyrenalca, "placed under the full and entire sovereignty of Italy" has been signed by King Vic tor Emmanuel. The decree adds that a law will bo framed making definite regulations for their administration, and until the law Is formally promul gated the affairs will bo carried on with loyal decrees. The decree will be submitted to parliament for transformation Into law. It is semi-offlclally announced that the following has been sent to all Italian ambassadors abroad for communication to the po.w.ersv "The occnpatlon of the principal towns of Tripoli and Cyrenalca, com bined with the continuous success of our...

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. — 7 November 1911

t.-riVTr;-rft(4$yttW. XBS&dS wfVH rjTw" r.-sgysyS8BC ac-jTrte afcTarcaitfhtMii . ..-i ' r ' PAGE TWO . ... THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, NOVEMBERt 7th, 191f, . 1-V-"1HUII ''r "rjmtt V l' 5 It' IF M iflE KNOHO. Second In State In Producino Nolural Gas During The Month Of Oil her-The Figures October was the banner month c' tho year for now production In tho crn tral Ohio natural gas Held, and di -Ing tho month 43 producing gaB wolU wore complotcd, with an nggrega' now production of 100,700,000 cu'!c feot daily. This is nn nvcrago p.ir well of 2,343,395 cubic foot, u heavy average. The largest well of tho month was drilled in Ashland County, with n pro duction of 8,200,000 cubic feet, whilo tho Columbus Gas and Fuol Company drew tho prizo in tho southern field, with a 7,000,000-cublc-fo'ot well In Lau rel township, Uocklrig county. Out of a total of CG wells completed in cen tral Ohio gas territory in October, 43 were gas producors. Of these, 8 woro In Licking county, 1 In Fairfi...

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