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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 24 November 1911

TPwy THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1011. PAGE 8KVS ;f I X . ,. i r. . 1 Y Agricultural extension ana y f Home Makers' School V F -J-.,.. ,Jp trf Fanners, Their Wives, Sons and DnuRlitcrs nt tlio Agricultural Intension and Home-Makers' School ut Mcdlnn In 11)01). Following aro a fow comments from newspapers In counties where Agricultural Extension schools have been held: "The general opinion nt the end of tho first day was t.hat it tho Agri cultural and IIome-Makors' schools wcro to close at onco the members lad received full value for tho mouoy and efforts Invested." Ashland Times. "A representative of tho Nows Herald talked to a number of men and women who nttended every ses sion of tho Agricultural Extension school, and without oxcoptlon, thoy said they had been greatly bene fited" Hlllsboro News-Horald. "Tho farinor must uso his brain as well as his hands and make a study of Industries closely allied with farming. Tho Extension school this week helps the farmer and ...

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 November 1911

rtrf cu wrt-t'iT t if" "W5 fiwvTrnrwsT! PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911. iTT a foiMi ,. I w HP. i VIOUNT VERNON, OHIO fRANK HARPER, Editor rxrl-"WroolxJLy o MONUMENT SQUARE Bubscriptlon ' Rate $1.60 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O.. poit office ns second claa mall matter. NOTICE The Banner Ktln cullB attention to tlio Tact that a. timrijc Ut made for tho publication of reHoIutioari of respect, Obituary notion, cnnle1 ofHianku and announcement erf otbcrtniniiiontH to which an ailmliiulon too la charged or which are given for inoucy-malclug purposes, such in Miippers, otc. i I i 1 $ C t I ! i I t .$. LOCK ! ! T f Mrs. C A Fmnlffl Ih tipcndliig a week In Utlca, (lit? gut-fit ( Mr. II. J. Hood. W. D. StotlKUtoB Is bi Ashland county this week attending to somo natters of buriinemi, A daughter won born to Mr. aad Mrs. Walter Coe, Thursday. Mr. Krod Halt in Jiomo-fiom Akron to visit a few il ivh. O. 11. Creep ym the guest of rela tives at Galena over Simil...

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 November 1911

ltWM pf(i-aFiyi)r7t-i iff"v ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PU1E PlVt' rwffiw tj L Just a Word Or Two by way of caution to footwear buyers . DON'T be misled by glowing, enticing state ments BUY your footwear where you are SURE of getting your money's worth of the old reliable, dependable dealer where quality and satisfaction have always reigned and where you are sure of redress in case of the worst. Everything That's Good and up-to-date in Cold Weather Footwear will be found at the store of Knox County's Biggest Value Giving Shoe Dealer. " ARREST OF TWO MEN i NoMd Open Every ' Ti;n t .on Evening voni Professional (rt Aiforncysat-Law L. B. HOUCK ATTO R N EY - AT - LAW Offlco Rogers' building, No. Ill South Main Btreot, Jit. Vernon, Ohio. Rooms 2 and 3, second floor. Who Ran Away Willi A Dela ware County liirl Runaway Couple Took The Train In Knox County And Officers Locate The Two Men In City Of Akron Now Locked Up In County Jail At Mt. Gilead Had Been Searching F...

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 November 1911

M1E SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY', NOVEMBER 24, 1911. J 5 ii Tf It SHOUUIJUDGE LEGISLATURE ByThe Number Of Good Lows Enacted And By That Test It Stands Than Any Legislature That Ever Assembled Made A Remarkable Record For Economy Notwitiistandiny It Had A Very Long Session Columbus, O,, Not. 21 Tlio last leg islature should lie Judged by two In fallible tests of merit. Aa n Rood truo is known by Its mil, ho uhotild this Icgltiluturo bo Juo'i;ol by tho body ot laws It wrote upon tho Htatuto books. Uy that 'lest It stitinls highor and hot ter than nny loKhilaturu that over as Hcmblod tmdor tho proHOitt cottBtltu Mon. Laws conceived In Jusllcu and adopted by the common turnout of bravo minds vero enacted aRaliuit 'ho llerco oiiHlaui;lil of special Inter ests which wore imed to huvlw; their 'will nnd way, lly .inuthur lest It atandB forth. It attempted to purge itself of coiiuptlon and Ik lilcely to suc ceed. No citizen but known that graft had long been Intrenched In tho capi tal....

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 November 1911

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5241911. ICEX JQIMOQRATIC BANNER. PAQE THREB Are you ready for Thanksgiving Day? Perhaps you have .prearranged most everything for your enjoyment, of tho groat National Holiday, 'but If your Clothes are in goodcon dition, you'll enhance iChat enjoyment. Lot ua clean, press .nnd rcpair'thoin and your enjoyment 'Will ;tbcn tho nn assured fact. Wo are specialists null our methods strictly sanitary nnd modern. .' Sanitary Dry Clean ing Co. B. H. BAIR, Prop. 5 W .Vine St., Citizens' Phone 836 Red Ball Band Rubbers for men complete sat isfaction guaranteed. Felt Boots and ?Heavy Arctics Also complete line o'f Rubbers for Men, Wo men and Children sat-j isfaction always jguar anteed at Fish $ Lybargsr At the Sign of Electric Shoe. . COX'S Barbed Wire LINIMENT 'QUARANEEED to heal without leav iiuga blemisli, or HONEY REFUNDED, DOq and $ljTO sizes for fresh wounds, ,old sores, sore backs and Blionlderslmrufl (and bruises. Sflosizo for Family Use JDR. COX'S FAINLESS BUSTER is ...

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 November 1911

arr eiQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 19J1. ("A ft ir.v $' r . . . ... i narmsgiving lime copyuiokt aauc L will bo the correct time If you have ono of tho Elgin or Waltham watch es from Honloy's. If you aro wish ing for a Handsome and good time keeper or for any jewelry for personal adornment or for Christmas offering to your friends or relatives you will have something to glvo thanks for whon you neo tho Superb array of Diamonds Watches, Silverware hu J. Henley & Co. 117 8. Main St. The Only Jewelry Store olWng li brary votes. THEtjMAJVIMOTH Stove Store For forty years in the STOVE BUSINESS with more than 15,000 satis fied customers, and still at it. MAX MEYERS, Prop. 201 W. Qambier St. Eye Headaches Many pcoplo Buffer from Head ncno caused by Eyo Defects. You may soo nltlght, your Eyes may not pain you, yot, because of a somothlng lacking which properly adjusted Glasses alono can supply you continue to suffer. It won't cost you anything to loarn whothor your oy...

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. — 28 November 1911

lit tma&tto atttuer MT. VERNON, O., TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1911 No. 95 PEIOE TWO GENTS ESTABLISHED 183ft ! l . 'll M ALL FACTiO WANT Question Of Its Legality in Ohio Is At Taff, Harmon And Wilson Also For People Oi State To Name Favorite As Their Party's Nominee For President In 1912 Lawyers Who Have Studied Bronson Law Declare Preference Primary Not Included . Oolnmbus, O., Not. 27. lawyers who have carcfmUy examined the Branson, primary olcetkm law enter tain doubt that a presidential pri mary can ho hold in Ohio. The popular will will he expressed in the selection of all the delegates from this stato to the Republican and Democratic national conventions. To each of those national conven tions will be sent two delegates from each of the- congressional districts who will be elected toy prlmury vote. Six delegates-at-largo to each of Itoeso convcntlono will he elected by The party state conventionwhich will ho comp.osed. of delegates,, either elected by direct primaries or by county ...

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. — 28 November 1911

W I T i PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ' giwiwBi,riiuaiiMaipwwwiiMUiujtiiuiJwi'uiHwiuwLwiit'Mii wawymiiriw.-MiwLiwaw BUOY Of Davis Baker is Found In A Wood Shed Man Either Committed Sui cide Or Mooting Was Accidental Lock, 0., Nov. 24 The body of Dav id Baker, aged 70 years, vao found in the wood-shed, near lit a home one mile south of Croton this morning. The circumstances surrounding his death appear to be a mystery. It Is not known whether the man committed jgulcldo or whether he ac cidentally shot himself. He was all jlone In the woodshed, at the time of the accident The deceased Is survived' by . his wife and one daughter. -- BURGLARS MAKE SAID On The Village Of Butler Early This Morning Break Into Two Stores And Get Some Goods Steal A Horse And iuggy And Make Escape Stolen Rig Recovered North Of Mt. Vernon COURT HOUSE NOTES The Bird Wilt Tho laBt will and tostamont of Joorgo V. HIM, I.i(o of Hllllar town ahfp, lias boon Mod iii rfrplmto. By tlio torms of flic will Uio testato...

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. — 28 November 1911

J, i "-. w-wr $9 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1911, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. IKES CONFESSION Beattie Goes To Tlie Electric Clmir Unsliaken Turned On One Minute And Man Is Dead Parting Of Doomed Boy And Father Most Pathetic Story Of Crime Of Which Beattie Was Convicted tiludo of tho chlor libattlo" linil moro to do with tho recovery than tho soothing ofllcos of tho Ilov. Benjamin Donnis, who has labored with tho doonted prisoner. With Spartan self control, tho father kept his omotlons HENRY C. BEATTIE, JR, Vlralnlan Who Killed Wlfo When Ho Tired of Her. Richmond, Va., Nov. 24 Henry Clay Beattie Jr., paid the penalty for the murder of his wife at 7:23 o'clock this morning In the Virginia State peni tentiary. Beattie was game to the last. The condomned man went to the electric chair unshaken and In one minute after the current had been turned on he was pronounced dead. Beattie was entreated by his spirit ual adviser to confess to the crime, nut hq smiled in dissent and did not acknowledge his...

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. — 28 November 1911

wvrt"V' PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1911. wf rftV IB & .1 i It ft' h. ttOUNT VERNON, OHIO UNCLAIMED MAIL FRANK HARPER, Editor onl-XVool3CJ.y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at iho Mt. Vernon, O., poit office as second clasa mall matter. NOTICE Tho Banner agate calls attoMfcm to . fk fact that a chargo la tnado for tho publication of re1ut!onp of roepoct, ebltunry notices, cards 'oMAwUm and announcemente of otcrtalnniontB to Tvkich an admission fco Is ohargod er which aro gtvonfor tnonoy-niaking tiurpoaos, such as suppers, fctc. NOTICE TO 8UDSCRIOERS Tho Banner Ofllco wfll ho doBed on Thursday, on account of Thanksgiving holiday, which will dclar tho publi cation of the next Isuuo of tho paper until Friday aftornooa and subscrlb- rs on rural routes wttl got Uiclr paper oa Saturday. 'b i 4 $ 4 4 "i 4 ! 4 "J N$. FAIRWEW Cyntha Tulloss Is with or atetcr4n-. 4w, who Is at tho ttwp4tl 4a Ctacta- aatl. Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Bono was hurled hero Itt...

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. — 28 November 1911

'flpfTlfp FP ,$nrrfinr " " TT''' '.ayp" ' '"IjjpivfT- TUE8DAY, NOVEMDER 28th, 1011. nlIHMIIIIIIII II IWIIIWIIMIiawilHIMHIIWHII 1 1 !! THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAdE wnn ROB POSTOFFICE AT AMITY, Yeggs .Blow Safe In A Store And Get Away With Used Nitro Glycerine Blowing The Safe Id Robbers Sbot At Mae Wbo Gave Tbe Alarm Bet Lickliy to Of Tbe Bullets Took Effect "Yeggs" Steal A Rig And Drive Toward FrederlcRtown Believed To Be Same Men Who Operated In lilt, Vernon Is an organized gang of "yeggmen" operating In Knox county? The robbery at Amity, eight miles north-east of Mt. Vernon, early Mon day morning Is conclusive evidence that such Is the case. The robbers were no doubt the same as operated In Mt. Vernon Saturday ( morning. They used nltro-glycerlne In blowing the safe at Loney & Nix on's store, and such an amount was used that the safe was literally blown to pieces. As In Mt. Vernon the burglars made good their escape At the robbery at Amity, B. J. Fletch erer, a well known citiz...

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. — 28 November 1911

T!?TT'."?TTTt.L. JT. , .. li tr- ) Jin nun rjlii I I ' i iii ' 11 fc 'Mi f' W JARE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1911. Vi ' ' i " '! M iiii I 56. IK " III K I 'nil' wflK YMffiJit as HI mm'- I T?a Pt5elSir; PacalVfl, lt!M?J5 JLcac ju?A.u-a.x-jiu jl iaijiiv The now Poison in the Tf.he Jcut tmi tubs, potsan tprcida Itself. Uon nnjr of Lnlt. Guarunttcd 10 aMartnin lie tsu, m:cc. or rtottevtxunaa( run oizo vuua zap iiau ct aggws oratrcct from us. menu com or iuui.pi. i THE RAT BISCUIT CO. N. UmmtoPi. El.. FIRMS : FARM VALUES HAVE INCREASED 41 I IN THE PAST TEN YEARS You can buy ono of these at an Investment price and also protect 5 your family. ; They can't burn up, blow up, or run away and are panic proof. Z 1. These 180 acres aro two farms In ono with two sets of build- J lngs. It lays nearly level and Is largely a black soil and n good pro- 5 ducer. Located south on the Newark road and cIobo to shipping point. S Will sell as a whole or divide. ; 2. Also havo a IGO...

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. — 28 November 1911

$9$tjJWp i wpHi VT'flF""!Tr rfjrr-, , r -mftnfffp! 'rTffWs-'" es TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1011. wmaa&tM r'iiwium -- , .. i a.... n ! "-TTTiTTiirifrnwrnwTiTTMTii iiiii i iiiiirriiTiiiiiBMiiiwiBMwiiMiiiiBwiiiiiiiaiiii fiiqi YFfi(iS" RIOW SAFR. I Backache! ILUUU ULUlf UrtlLO HOLD UP WATCHMAN THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. i i i wi n wiMnmnwriffw HMMyiViPweiWK.tjinwwf mt PAQETHM Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantly no rub bing necessary just lay it on lightly. Here's Proof. "I hid my back hurt In the Boer War nd In San Franclico two yean ago I waa hit br a ttreet car In the same puce. I tried all kind ol dope without uo Ccsa. Two wecka ago I taw your lini ment In a drug store and got a bottle to try. The 6rst application causedirutant relief, and now except for a Utile stiff. ocas, I am almost well." FLETCHER NORMAN, Whlttler, Calif. SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. Miss ...

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. — 28 November 1911

fa - v-V.. -V ..i...fa...Wp 3K f H- -p. TT rtir ' -V- "" L I ' . I M in. n . 11 I Aofe feiattr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER mh, 1B1 -T"''" mlii V If Sti If X 5t!UH! LUlALi Eggs 36c; butter 28c. A largo, now safo is being Installed at tho Mt. Vernon postoHlce. Mr. Arthur Cooloy mado n business trip to Sandusky Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charlcc Matthews o Appleton, Ohio. Cuts clear to the bont hns been loaled by llanford's Balsnm. Mr. Hal S. Jonnlngs spent Sunday In Detroit, Mich., the gucBt of his daughter, Mary. Kov. Cochran will hold special ser vices at tho M. K. Church at Howard on Thursday evening. Mrs. Bon Ames loft Sunday for Chi cago, 111., to Join Mr. AmoH and make a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Crltehfleld of Flora, 111,, wero visitors In tho city oer Sunday. Mr. L. A. Truman of Cincinnati, O , was a business visitor In tho city over Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Harris of Howard Woro vlsltoro In tho city over Satur day. Big reduction salo on all inllllnorj n...

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

& p-y 4 t -- r T Ba mtt nntt MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911 No. 96 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1830 WtM0tf w CHINESE REVOLT NEAR ITS Imperialist Iroops On The Business Throughout Empire Is Completely Paralyzed And Foreigners Would Welcome Cessation Of Hostilities -Rebel Leaders Want More Time To Discuss Proposition For Limited Monarchy-Nanking With stands Attack From Heavy Guns Poking, Nov. 29. China's new pre mier, Yuan Shin Kal, is the happiest man in the emplro. General Feng's defeat of revolutionists at Hankow and Hanyang and their consequent surrender of Wu Chang has strength ened the promlor'3 optimism and convlncod him that tbo pacification of China is within sight. Officials hero shu.ro this belief and ay the rebellion will potor out In a fow days, and that peace will bo re stored oxcopt for local disorders. Everybody here, including the for eigners, would woloomo such out fcS$tffo PuslncBa has been paralyzed, for week's wall6Koo danger to the lives of forclgne...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 December 1911

" ''(T 'WflC Xi "" r"ffipwrmn,i,"fwrrr "PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 111, 1911. ' TJW"" It fiREY EXPLAINS MOROCCAN Intimates That Germans Acted In Bad Breach Between Two Countries Expected To Be Widened By Disclosures Made By English Foreign Secretary In Address In Commons-Says He Told Ambassa Tlnit Unless Britain Was Included In New Agree ment He Would Protest liondon, Nov. 28. According to Foreign Socretory drey, in making 11a long-hornided speech on tho Mo roccan situation, tho relations bo tercon Franco, Qormany and Kngland aro still "serious and delicate." Tho forolgn Bocrotary's Bpcci'h was particularly sensational, for tho high English official practically thargod Germany with acting in bad faith In tho entire African imbroglio. It 1a conceded on all bands that tho speech, Instead qf conciliating Qor many and Kngland,' will open the kreach wider. In tho very beginning of tho speech 8lr Edwnrd Intimated that Ilerr Kid-erlcn-Wnochtcr, German minister ai fore...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 December 1911

,rjT,"j",, v i IX FRIDAY, DECEMBER lit, 10H. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. PAGE THRatat j PREMIUM ANNOUNCED For The Fourth Annual Knox Co. Corn Show To Be Held In This City On December 14, 15, And 16 Under Auspices Of Corn Im provement Association The Program For The Show Is Also Arranged Some Well Known Speakers Have Been Secured Tho following la tho premium list and program for tho fourth annual corn show to bo held at tho Y. M. C. A. building, Mt. Vernon, ou Thursday, Prlday and Saturday, December 14, 15 and 16: Class A , Best yield from an acre. 1st, ?15.00 Knox County Corn Im provement Association. 2nd, ?10.00 Knox County Corn Im provement Association, 3rd, $5.00 Knox County Corn Im provement Association. 4th, $3.00 Knox County Corn Im provement Association. 5th, $2.00r-Knox County Corn Im provement Association. Best display of cereals by any grange In the county. $25.00 in gold given by John Cun ningham. This prize must be won three times. Pleasant Orange has won it once. For tho bos...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 December 1911

THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1911. t.tnnw "n,iyrri"rTiTfTrTi-T'r''r'i"i - m yww ' ?!' TTMiwii-wiwijiigiwwiiijiiPiJiJiugi'wiiifHHu imiiMijM.ii"ia'iiiwrmrLmwff wyw-"iTw?mTmi,,rmTmrrmMti 30 S5&tow VIOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor JOie6f)9t0ti9e)O9iQeiDi$9f$f9 $! 9 . m o iax-'X7ro olSLly TAGE FOUR ' i 0vstf HP F lvJf'8 B jM S in mKm 3k wibbi I Hif IS I lll A K :i f ; ; ? ti i li r i i f i 5 M Ir 71 12 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tlio Mt. Vernon, 0., poitr office as second clam mall matter. Subscription IUto I1.E6 per year. FRANK E. KIRBY & COMPANY Early Christmas Shoppers are working over time this season; for mr$ than six weeks they have hen picking up the choice pieces of merchandise in our store. Inas much as we have been receiving goods daily wo are fully prepared to take care of you. notice "the Bannor again calls attention, to the fact that a chargo fa mailo for tho publication of resolutions bf respect, obituary notices, carts' of thanks and annou...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 December 1911

"WTUrV!W'j(1 fWY'l', FniOAY, DECEMBER 1str DONATIONS 1011.' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. Barammu Received At Home For Aged At Harvest Heme A Generous Amount Of Goods And Provisions Tho "Harvest Homo" Day held last Saturday, November 25, for tho bene fit or tho "Homo for (tho Aged" was a decided success la every particular, Tho members of tho Woman's Chris tian Association wish to express their hearty thankB and. appreciation for tho liberal and gonorous manner In which they wpro remembered. ThdonaUons woro as follows: Mrs. W. J: Workman Cabbage, Squashos. Mrs. Ben Amos 2 sacks flour. A frlond from Gambler 12 glasses Jolly. Mrs. A. D. Bunn sack sugar, 15 Jars fruit. Mre. John Blocher I cans corn. Mrs. John PonUng basket grapes, 1-2 bu. apples. Mrs. Joseph McCormlck 1 dressed chickens. Mrs. Josoph Morton I gal. vinegar, sack corn meal. Mrs. W". D. Browning room size rug, pair sheets, 14 yds. curtain goods, 3 cans fruit. 2 bottles catsun. Jar pickles. Mrs. D. B. Herron 3 lb. dried poach es, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 December 1911

hvr - - " ?M5E SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1011. CCS k 1- I', I) .' I: f r ji V 2. II f J v i 4 f ? i ft CINNATI CLUB Cincinnati, O., Nov. 28 Arrango rnents hnvo boon concluded for tho formal presentation tomorrow of tho .jublloo edition of Schlllor'a worlw sont ty tho German ISmporpr lo tho Gor man Literary Club In thin city. Tho Emperor's gift was mado In recog nition, of tho servlcoa of tho club In promoting Gorman culture. HOW TO CURE BLOOD POISON 'Contagious Blood Poison is a Virulent germ, and like most other bacterid! organisms, is very difficult to Mil or destroy within the system. It would therefore be useless lo en deavor to care the disease with some strong medicine intended to destroy ihe disease blood ceils and vims. The proper way thaonly way is to REMOVE the germs and poisons from the blood by purifying the cir' eolation. Thousands have cared themselves of this powerful disease by the use of S. S. S., the greatest of all vegetable blood purifiers....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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