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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 March 1910

Tl TtT,i"'' '.'.WPW inwi!iw'"f'i'W(iii(ffiiiifg rtitmtumtt.hmn i ?iin,nniiii''Hriniiinm iiuni.urfMiijM..i,ii..i1. ..i.'..i. 1i"'"""'ii .n.n.n, iiiiiiii.iiii.iii..iMiiM'WiMMiiCTilii i - . - - m., iy j.. .1 , .. .j i '- l. j .L '-- . -i .......,. . ...-. w,mwn,wMiMiiw wlriiiamiiTjhtoirtwMliUMuJt9 bAUK TWO THE JUJbJMOOh i NNEK Tuesday, March 15, I9I0. um.iir - f- i v'-j.'ajiuif l m )) 4( i ill (L "if 5. ' . n. j i ' if hJM Kl SOLOMS ISSUE ORDER NO. "23" Effect Wi:iB3 to CI jtobcB oi Lobbyists. ELSON BILL 'STARTS TROUBLE Lieutenant Governor Treadway, Sena tors Beatty and Williams and Other Leaders Decide Their Presence Not Conducive to Bc3t Interests of Peo ple and Will Rigorously Enforce Rules Liberal Interests Have Plan to Place House on Record, uoiumbus, O., March 12. Tho big Corporation lobby that lias been In festing the stntohousc since tho pub lic utilities and telephono merger bills came up for consideration, Is to bo flrod bodily .1 present plans material he. Tho representative...

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. — 15 March 1910

:;-..iMt7ywi';wivv'-''JiiSrjvTSjWffff!BiSB -tr rf-sg 7 rf "1 Tuesday, March 16, 1810. KA MTTER I'.UIK TMItKM rata x " lamnnam am m SEVERELY VILLAGh jfTHE bE 'dJl' ATIC UPiM''WW'i J WIKXl JEM MIMJWWWWM(BC I ASSlliMtENf PRflliRAM 1 ARRET 'V y V Injured By fulling Ofi Of A Wagon Wlllam Whltnoy, residing In Mill wood, Was tho victim of a vory un fortunnto accident whilo at work Fri day afternoon nt about 3:30 o'clock. Ho was riding on a big load of foddor about ono mllo east of Millwood when for some reason, ho accidentally fell off tho load, alighting In such a man nor that his left wrist was soverely sprained and tho muscies In his neck wcro Injured. His back was also badly sprained by the fall. Dr. E. L. Porter of Danville, was called In at tendance. . ! x PORTION Of Ear Cut Off In A Peculiar Manner Mr. Vordla Mavis, who is employ ed at tho Walker saw mill on West Gambler street, met with a vory pain ful and unfortunate accident while at work Friday afternoon. He was riding on a lumb...

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. — 15 March 1910

.ftiCWHWfeT !f"""r"'i !' nii ifiji ! i . .r..l...rT.l..-J....Tn1r..lir -j-,, i BANNER PAn 'mint I'HE DEMOOKATIC Tuesday, March 15, 10101 B" r, v R. fS I flEhc Banner, PRANK HARPER, Editor worxxi- Vv ookly SntiRCrlpttnti (late 11.50 per y.c UNT VEKNON. OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post otiMc hm fecoud class mall matter AUTO Owners Without TIig New Number Togs Will Be Arrested Says Chief Dermody Chief of Pollco Dermody Hinted Mon day that commencing tit onco nnd hereafter all owners of nutomobllos appearing on tho fltreots of tho city without tho now nutomobllo numbors would bo arrested. Tho chlof stated that there aro a number of persons In the city running inaculnos without tho new numbor tags and that thoy have had ovor slnco tho first of Jan uary to procuro thorn. "It Is tlmo all machines woro supplied with tho now numbors," said tho chlof, "and arrests will follow." Hatch In This City Promises To He A Oreat Event Young Gotch (Al. Haft) who Is to moot Low Wlnsloy for tho mid...

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. — 15 March 1910

,1"r)-k a Tuciday, March 15, 1910. DEMOCRATIC BANNER ! H M n'mmtiHnM iy fv-r rj ,rn'',f7 1 ,i.,.Jil.iTHjii.ri'Hrrf l sLS S Wd - V S For The Assessors 01 Person ' al Properly Are ReceiveQ By County Auditor Young Assessors To Report At A Later Date Tho blanks and supplies for tho as (lessors of porsonal pioporty wero re ceived at tho court bouso Monday by County Auditor Young. Tho dato or tho meeting of tho assessors of poi Bonal proporty for Mt. Vernon and Knox county bas not yet ooon arrang ed but will bo announced in a fow days. o The Clarke Estate Harry Holmes, of Gambler, has toeon appointed, guardian of Margaret Clarke, giving bond In tho sum of $300 with Leander Hays and Lester Holmes as sureties. o Inventory and Appraisement In tho matter of the estato of Jas. Carey an inventory and appraisement has been filed in probate, showing the following: Personal goods $128, real estato $2,590. Total $2,718. First Partial L. K. Leploy, guardian of Jasper D. Strieker, has filed a first p...

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. — 15 March 1910

'. , wir x 1 jv a"'f""'"T ' ' jiwp'wrn'f "'-yyw"1!1 w'" PBBwapianLmww.ii mm wjp jbmuimmmi r'AUK Hl. i'HE UE'VlUOKATIO BAMY hiK Tuesday, Mar-.li 15, I9t& ZUiliiXLtJUJJMtM M " ' - .-.-.O0 " PEOPLE'S Sermon hv CHARLES T RUSSELL Pattot Brooklyn 1 alicriidcc. -Ooo Washington. 1) C.. Muitii 13-t'nx for ltusM'li ol tin1 P.moklju Tubcum Cle. New York, preiu lutl here twin' today lo splendid audiences ue t his illscoili'M'ii was entitled. "Tin1 Owi tUrnw of Satan's Umpire." Wo repmt tliu other one from the tcit above quoted Pastor linsi-cll sald:- As ClirWtiuns In the light of tin wonderful lut'iiUeUi t'l'iitury ttentiu.ii at tlio p.irtliif,' of (lit' ways timl mum deride for right or for wmiiK. lor trtitli or for lulHohood, In respect In our rellsious convictions. Without questioning the sincerity if our tun fathers, we all object to thi'lr thcolog) It Is In viiln llmt iiilulHtfrM umi Dibit' cIjiss teacher longer deny tint facts of the cure. Nor will Intelligent and tiunertt people agre...

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. — 15 March 1910

jpMjTW'tM rnmrfr,,P$$! &faty0. fEI m V !, '1 y V V , lU-- Tuesday, March 16, 1910. mwjuMM'iiuijijfjjp'iMr.'' iTf.tr" - Were fieri Id Probiite On Friday Morning One Being That. Of The Lain ' Albert King N And The Other Mnrv Reynolds 01 This Liiy A Number Of Items From Probate Court Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Tho last will nrid testament of Al bert Kins, late of Howard, has been illcd In probate. By tho terms of tho vlll ho gives 'to his wife, Mary Agnes King, all his property, both real and personal, tho former consisting of sev eral lota In tho town of Howard. Up on tho death of his wife tho property la to bo divided equally among his brother and sisterr as follows: Thom as King, Mary Buckingham, Lillian Sapp and Alia King. The sum of $1 is given to Clements L. King. Tho wife is named as the executrix of tho will which was signed March 5, 1910, la tho presenco of J. O. McArtor and O. W. Itoblnson. 1 -o- The Reynolds Will Tho last will and testament of Mary Re...

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. — 15 March 1910

- "-T " - n.-.. ..j.i. TTTT-TJvrYi' wimwmmmwmmWHfWW'WWfit THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, Manii 15, 1910. I'AOK KIOIIT r"'""''Ty" f M i' BV GOODWIN, TH MAGNET Maxlne Elliott, Wife No. 3, and" Mrs. Nat of Today. NAT GOODWIN CONFEbSES Tcllo Public Why Four Goautlful Women Married Him. I.os Angeles. March H. Nnt C. Goodwin In an article that r.o lias written, cllled "Why Four Beautiful Women Married Mo," plves vent to the following gomcwhnt remarkablu statements: "My llrst wife was nn angel; my second a silly fool; my third a 'Roman senator;' my ."ourth makes me superlatively happy. "Eliza Wcnthcrby married mo for lovo; Mrs. Nella Halter I'casc to pet out or the vortex of society Into tho artistic life of bohumla; Maxlne El liott was prompted by ambition; Edna Coodrlch well, because I didn't boro ker." After Betting tho nbovo off his chest Coodwln tins retired to tho seclusion of his California homo to wait for tho storm to rf""" over. LEAVES SENATORIAL FIELD TO OTHERS Bryan Te'.ls llll...

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. — 18 March 1910

if Fl iltlill' iilf ilf T 1if ( MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910 No. 22 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 h y HAULS STANDARD OVER THE COALS Wickersiiem Argues Case Supreme Court efore Census Enumerator at Work; Soon to Be Seen Throughout Country Attorney General Declares Present Organization Perfected in 1899 For Sole Purposed Evading Provisions Of Sherman Anti-Trust Act- CItcsINortbern Securities Decision To Prove Cry Of Disastrous Results From Dissolution Order Is A Bluff Washington, March 17. Tho su premo court, after listening for three flays to tbo arguments of counsel, took under advisement tho appeal of the Standard oil company from tho docreo of the federal court at St. LouIb ordering the dissolution of tho corporation because of Its violation of (he Sherman anti-trust law. That this, together with tho dissolu tion suit against tho American Tobac co company, argued a few weeks ago, la tho most important- case ever be fore the court, was tho opinion ex pressed by Attorne...

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. — 18 March 1910

$ftr,?i9$FT- miUUMJVKVfVftUlWWWV .BHMTCnTOWWfSiE ""'(WW VM5!WliPT,T,?JTy;'-'i "'T','fTTTT' wrerv"-"" "vi-fr m t ni "nr ' SvT 'rmipv- , iT feAGH TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEfi FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1D19, IMaaaaMiaaiiaH-IMiaMIHHMMMMIjirilfeflMM. if ; I ii m n n V, I m i 5U Sent From Africa Specimens to Be V. CQEt&itToy.i!tU3E:RwoQn&.aJha3ERWoott.wuyj Tho work of preparing the Itooscvolt specimens for exhibition Is going forward steadily In the Nntlonnl museum lu Washington. They will bo ready tor Inspection by the public about next July. Tim mounted animal of the deer Yamtlv Ju Tint n Ifnnuavnlt trntihv hut thu luinua uru nil from hlH PollocUotl. HUNTERS LOOK : HID AS NAILS Roossvelf Parly Given Warm Reception at Khartoum. fLAD JUNGLE TRIP IS ENDED Former President Has Bored Look When Lined lj In Front of Enn llth Dignitaries and Army of News papermen and Press Photographers. Meets Wlfo and Daughter Ethel Who Arrive by Rail Soon After Nile Boat Ties Up. Kuartoum, March IE. Both lookin...

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. — 18 March 1910

T.& FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. E DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAOH Tnnmt V SUCCESS Was The Banquet In llic Armory Tuesday Evening Preparatory To The Laymen's Missionary Convention Which Is Being Held In The City On Wednesday Two Fine Addresses Given At The Banquet Telling Scope Of The Missionary Movement Now tho Laymen's Missionary Movement Convention is on with" rcat power and interest. Promptly at tlio appointed hour 7 o'clock Tuesday ovenlng tho conven tion opened with the singing of "On ward Christian Soldiers Marching as to War," by 280 men. Tho Invocation was said by Dr. O. A. Rccdor and after a splendid din ner served by the ladles of tho M. F. church and a rare concert by tho M. E. S. S. orchestra, Chairman Litton mado an announcement or two and Introduceu Mr. F. L. Falrchild, ono of Mount Vernon's leading Christian laymen, who presided and introduced tho two speakers of tho evening. Mr. Falrchhd said that it was with no lit tle pleasuro that ho hailed tho dawn ing of this new day, wh...

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. — 18 March 1910

W'liitiiwilmMiiiiiMwni wyyyiMii iimwumiMiWtM wrnt mw" -Wfr'' m hwTW iiimuuiMnnw ifcimiWLKMwtai,awiiwu tauwhwb ) ssbgrl: d PGK VuUIt THE DEMOOBATIO BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH IB, 1010. m m m FRANK HARPER, Editor Boztll- w oolsJLy Subscription Rate $1.G0 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho ML Vornon, 0., post oftlco as Becoud cUlbi mail matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MEDDLING MISADVENTURES. President TaTt lias boon meddling in tho political affairs of bis party In Now York and Indiana with no bettor success than ho haa had so far hero In Ohio. A letter to an Indiana Republican In which tho president praised Senator Aldrlch as a "constructive statesman" following his speech at Winona last year In which ho lauded Spoakor Can moil and tentatively rend liiBurgontlto publicans out of party, has put his political nose out of Joint with Hoos Icr Republicans, especially with tho followers of Senator Ilovcrldgo. Through Snator Root tho president meddled In tho Now York political ecandal. A tologrnm...

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. — 18 March 1910

FRIDAY, MARCH 1B, 1910. TfiE DEMOCRATIC BANNER VAC3H rf'K mmmmmmmmbKKmmmimamammmmmmmmwammimiimmmMmm-m---.-- V S V V LAYMEN'S Missionary Convention Was Lorgely Attended And Much Enliiusiasm Was Manifested In Spreading The Gospel To Foreign Lands An Organization Perfected At Wednesday's Session The Resolutions Adopted By The Convention It is no overstatement to say that there never was a better missionary meeting in Knox county than the Lay men's meeting held hero In the M. E church Wednesday. A largo number of men from all parts of the county were In attendance at all sessions and took a personal Interest In every part of the conference. Spaco will not permit of a (totalled report of what was said as there are so many results to bo prcsonted, hut sufllco to say that every speaker splen didly covered the topic assigned. Prof. O. P. Wisner of Wooster University, who was at one time located in Chin na doing missionary work, splendidly reviewed tho social, political and mor al conditions...

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. — 18 March 1910

TyliftKin..-Ml. y, ii,,-m,,, .. ,,. wrnTTafctiriiMWWtiitB vMilraraCinittttKUnnnMffnwMnEW w"wwwvwmiiwmwwTwflPVfwinP!i .jpw-.a"U. - PACK SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. CHASE In A Mix Up Willi Govern ment Ufiiciais At Washington Refuses To Admit Uniformed Men In His Theatre And Secretary Of The Navy Is To Compel Him And President Taft Stands By The Secretary Mr. Ciiase Gives Out State ment To The Newspapers (Washington Star.) That Gcorgo von L. Moyor, Secre tary of tlio Navy, la dotcrmlnod to compel P. B. Chase, proprietor of Clinso's Thoator, to abandon liln rulo of excludclng inon in tho uniform of tlio United States sorvlco from tlio thcator, waa tlio emphatic nsscrtlon made by officials this morning. In thla (Ictcrmlnnllon, It 1 reported, the Sccrotary has tho sympathy and Indorsement of tho Administration. If It hecomos necessary, Mr. Meyer, It Is asserted, will uso as a compelling agency on Mr. Chaso tlio fact that tho United Slatos (lovormont is about to becom...

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. — 18 March 1910

""WV'WiMwa'Hiw ." TT"TP",'H rf"'1V)lW'iW&i ,"j -rrfnyfrtmr wvripr r-lMrSfir-, lljf -r I 11 (T. U K FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1010. County Correspondence 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4 j 44 4 4' .J. WATKRFORI) 4. 4. .j. 4. .j. 4. 4 4. 4, .j. .J. 4. 4. Mr. L. D. Lovorlng mado a busi ness trip to Mt. Vernon last wool:. Tho trial hold at tho township houso on Saturday before 'Squire CoulBon and a jury consisting of six jurors occupied almost tho cntlro day. Tho caso was that of tho Fredorick town Elevator Co. vs. Crawford, being decided In favor of tho plaintiff1. Quito a largo numbor of wltnosses and spectators were prcsont. Mrs. J. C. Lovorlns who has boon visiting In tho family of L. D. Lovor Ing, roturncd to hor homo In Mt. Ver non last Thursday. Quito a largo number of friends and neighbors spont Wednesday evening with tho family of Mr. Prank Coulson, who expect to leave about tho first of April for Oregon to make their futuro home. On Friday evening the young people gavo a surprise to Carl and Jo...

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. — 18 March 1910

npAUB eight THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 191 """""'"""'" ' - ., :f mJlmmammmwmmmmm'a!1mTmmmmnmMimBuummmwwM Ifc H ri K 3 IS SHORT LOCALS Butter 2Sc. Eggs 20c. Oom Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf Irs. C. a. Cooper was a visitor In Columbus this altcrnoon. Clougta for sowing machines. tf Mr. H. L. Russoll was a Columbus arlsitor this afternoon. Cut Flowers. Ahern's, both phones Alias Tllllo Dry went to Columbus -today to visit rolatlvcs. Sharp's for o t flowers, 8 N. Main. Mrs. W. W. Scarbrough returned to Columbus tills afternoon after a short xiitt wlUi friends In this city. Poultry netting, nil widths, 2c yard 'juid up. Woolson's Dept. sttore. Dr. C. K. Conard went to Columbus ibis nftcrnoon on professional busi ness. Easter toys nnd cards lc and up. SVooIson's Dept. storo. Mr. John George went to Columbus Thursday noon to attend to somo mat ters of business. Beautifully mixed sweet peas, 2 oz. for Go. Woolson's Dept. storor Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley I'earl of Spar la spent Wednesda...

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. — 22 March 1910

1 ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1910 No. 23 PRICE TWO GENTS She ilkwutv. i TH OVERTHROW OF Is Enough For lime Being, Say The Insuraer Not After Places on i Committee. r . FOUGHT FOR PRINCIPLE Cannon Criticised By Friends For Remarks at Banquet. REGULARS ALSO LESS WARLIKE Admit They Were Whipped and i . Are Ready to Treat Radicals I In Conciliatory Manner-Dai- zell and Smith to Remain on I Rules Committee-Clark Sure to Be One of Democratic Mem bers. Washington, March 21. As a body tho insurgents are not Inclined to flght for representation on tho reor Canlzcd bouso committee- on rules. Tuoro is a general understanding among them at present that they will enter the Republican caucus to be held within a few days as Individuals find not as members of tho insurgent band. This moderation of tho insurgents ftor their notable victory over the Cannon organization is working strongly for a better understanding among tho llopuhllcan forces in Washington. Tho organization ...

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. — 22 March 1910

mmmmmmmmmm mmmrnmmmmmmMmmMHiMnmwimwj .-1-..,...i,Ji.,..JJ3J, i ...sa;..,J..rr y-";sfrnS.rr.- V-y --"'' 'jfiv TiramM WMy" rOT'r,,S?ii7fiiriM '-' , ' f....-a-jaii . ' 1 1 Z'vy m T v i!v.'" 'V'1'1""""" Mayprwiir ,,T-r- niiwimi iinnim m imit t p iuiii "V" " THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, MARCH 22, 101K PARS TWO UJI ULUl'iriUfflTT """""" UnbfcNlo rail t Philanthropy, Not Business, Will Keep Oil King's Son Busy ' RUMPUS IN MBnBnmMHHpBSHBBH JmP3WWB5Wni!K!nwWMWW;XKU.r---irai''. "M" t - "wranag-- ""WBsbi j " T' - " f i') i TOW 1 .T , . i iiii '' '" ' " ? ' M j ' " ; "'1 ii i -i i T V ' I T' WOMEN . OF MIDDLE AGE CANNON I l3Bilyif5fcin ll lis' 1 lv. u I-1' li . F'M ,1 IN THE Makes A Ruling Against The Norris Resolution Which House Refuses lo Sustain By Vote Of 181 To 164 Washington, March 19 Speaker Cannon at 12:35 this afternoon ren dered a lengthy decision upholding point of order against the Norris res olution. A motion to lay an appeal of Mr. Norris from the speaker's deel Ion on the tabl...

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. — 22 March 1910

IT T' fl" i-T t 7" " TUESDAY, MARCH 22f 1910 4JTEB DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOS THMM V IS u & V VICTORY Won By, The Mt, Vernon Debating Teams Negqtive Team Carriers Oif Honor At Home And Affirmative Team. Wins Out At Zanesvilie Large Audience Present At Tiie Local Debate And Much Enthusism Pre vailed During Evening RESULTS OF DEBATE At Mt. Vernon lit. Vornon negative won over New ark affirmative. At Zanesvlllo Mt. Vornon afllrmativo won over Zanesvlllo negative. At Newark Nowark negative won ovor Zanos-" tIHo affirmative. Mt. Vernon, 'Rah! 'Itaht Ml. Vornon, 'Rah! 'Rah! Hoorah! Hoorah! High School! High School! 'Rah! 'Rah! Mt. Vernon high school is a "two time" winner. Its negatlvo team won tho'debate at homeland Us affirmatlvo team carried off tho honors at Zanes vlllo, in tho annual dobato of tho Tri angular League Friday night. A largo audience assembled at the high school auditorium to witness tho dobato,- In fact tho largo room was practically filled with citizens "of Mt. Vornon ...

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. — 22 March 1910

IWfiiiy wtywiiwwrwiiyi WM ( PAGH Vt-utm THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 19 I ; rt ? j i i I I r iv -: & a aav:. FRANK HARPER, Editor Ekozxxl- WoolacJLy Subscription Hate $1.50 par yoa MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho ML Vernon, 0., post office as second class mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE AN INEXCUSABLE EXCUSE A witness boforo Uio legislature's graft probo couimltlo disclosed meth ods by which tho etato wns robbed of thousands of dollars through a sys tem of commissions and padded bills. Tho clerk In tho stnto flro marshal's office nccuscd of such transactions whllo Hy Davis waa 11 ro marshal, is now dead. Whllo Hy Davis may not bo tochl nally responsible, thoro is not a Re publican paper In Ohio that would not liold him morally responsible for tho conduct of his ofHco If Davis woro a Democrat You can put that down for a dead moral certainty. If Davis did not know what was Kolng on under his noso ho had a chnnce to find out when tho scnato probo commltleo of two yoara...

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. — 22 March 1910

-Twry mn ''.mVfFvwjjnfmiVf'msW'9'' " Tg"i'mw' Mm""WTlTi ""rn,T'''3 JPHE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, March 22, 1010 PAH THKWI W y tr SALE Of Properly Which lias Chanc ed Hands Out Twice Since It Was Deeded By The Government In 1816 DEMOCRATIC Committee To Arrange" For Congressional Convention Sheep-Shin Deed Was Exhibit ed At The Sale The Property Sold For Con sideration Of $10,600 Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Mr. French V. Sovorna of this city has received notlco of a committees mooting of tlio 14th Congrgcsslonal district to ho hold Wednesday, March 23, at tho Sherman houso In Shelby. Tho members of tho commlttco aro C. P. Venus of Huron county, chair man; C. V( Fritz of Itlchland, secre tary: Win. Fllnn of Ashland, F. W. Sovorns of Knox, J. W. Knight of Lor ain and W. Q. Beebo, of Morrow. Tho mooting Is called for tho pur poso of fixing tho tlmo and placo for holding tho democratic congressional convention, and to transact any other business that may bo brought boforo tho...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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