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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 December 1911

W99!mumMivijifSrm?l! ""H -"T-ffV" rrf---r$i' rr U TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12tti, 19H. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRS. -TUES. DAY -TUES. DAY RING DAY PIN DAY WATCH DAY RING DAY PIN DAY WATCH DAY WATCH DAY RING DAY PIN DAY EVERY DAY THIS WEEK Below Cost Bargains In Watches. Unequalled Bargains In Rings. Unusual Bargains In Pins Note The Prices Then Come As Soon As You Can. Watches A clean-up of watches that gives opportunity, while they last. A splendid gift suggestion. Buy now when the price has been set below act ual wholesale cost. Every watch is guaranteed to be as represented. Men's Watches 16" size, 15 jewej movement, solid gold case, guaranteed, Actual Cost $21.00; Special Watch Day price $ 8,00 12 size, 15 jewel Waltham movement, 25 year case thin model Actu al Cost $15.00; Special Watch Day price $ 1 3,50 16 size, 7 newel movement, 25 year case, guaranteed, Actual Cost $13.00; Special Watch Day price $ M .00 15 .jewel, hunting case, Sterlirig Silver, guaranteed, Actual Cost $10.0...

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. — 12 December 1911

"Mii .JHRi IsMSUl 9MnWmrl(Al9INMnn 8liMilMMli''llW'",' WN.MWMIW W PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY DECEMBER 12th, 1011. HHHBBBWH-!!- . . ivf j ,. mnnHIl ..JS .... , , ",,-.,,-- i. s .1 r i. - - , mUMrtr ii i , r:r,: mmW '"Jmiiii'.i-'"" j .lil,.i.iimiil'i'."i(iiHiWIll'nw'l"'i' " . 'I . f.'. .1 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor tSoxzuL- VSroolatXy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE i Entered at Uu Mt. Vernon, 0., post oTQoo r.3 second clos ioaII matter. ftabscrlDttoa Onto fl.59 per year. 'WATCH DAY RING DAY PIN DAY at YOUNG'S See large Ad. I????? iiqii'iiiitfjtt 9779777?? ORE football At Kenyon Unless Freshmen Can Play Students -Adopt Resolutions On Monday Afternoon Gambler, Ohio, Deo. II At 11 meet lug of the general assembly or the wtudont bodj oi Kunyon college ut 12: 4: thin afternoon, .1 rc.'iolutlou wan adopted piovnllng th.it no fiuthor fool lull games ho rf. IiimIiiIciI by a graduate manager until I lie faculty Has Instruct ed tlie repioKoutativoa lo tho Ohio AthlctI'; Conlercnru...

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. — 12 December 1911

. Bk fcJ4jS (V TUE8DAY, DECEMDSrt 12th, 1011. . .I,., i , - REPORT of the Condition of The Howard Savings Bank Co. At Howard In the 8tato of Ohio, at tha close of business, Dec. 5th, 1911. Resources IjOAhh tm Urnl Ustnte J17,G2r.00 1-onnn on vollntcrnl 2,41180 Other loans and discounts 28,G06.2S Furniture nnl fixtures 3,0U0.8O Duo from reBorve banks (7,438.92 Gold roln 312M Hllvor dollnrH 120.00 Fractional coin 173 31 U. 8. nml National Unnk Notes 2.D0O0O 10,G0I.8G Total .(02,330.74 Liabilities Cnpltnl stock paid In (12,500.00 SurplUH fund 1,200.00 Undivided profits less expenses, In terest and taxes paid 31007 Dividends unpaid 3.00 l'ubllc funds (2,83681 Individual deposits subject to check 18,7S0.CT Demand certillcatcs of de posits 14,530.41 Savings deposits 0,900.12 Total 43,119.99 Money borrowed 6,00000 Other liabilities 117,68 Total (62,330.74 I, Clnrenco D. Horn, of the above named Howard Savings Hank Co., do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tho best of my kn...

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. — 12 December 1911

'J-rxU?ryV wawftajMgtiiMtig szrvwr- V I'ii'V'm."- C VfTTfTfl!J?t 1 ' vHBMiavimwmwMttfffloitMWiLftM PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE3DAY DECEMBER 12th, 1911. i gqapwmijjmwtfuiuiiiimiiuuuwii frit m m m Mr. A I). .loueu Mi a business visit or In Utlca Friday afternoon. THE MAMMOTH Stove Store JTor forty years in the STOVE BUSINESS with more than 15,000 satis fied customers, and still at it. MAX MEYERS, Prop. '.20 W. Grambicr- St. KNOX CO. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS 1911-1012. Mcotlngs for thu examination of tcachors will bo held at tho CENTRAL SCHOOLBldg. Mt. Vernon, Ohio. The first Saturday of every month Pupils' Examination The third Saturday of April and the 'third Saturday In May. Examination will commence at 8:00 o'clock a. m, Address all conimuulcatlonH to the Clerk of Board of Kxatnlners. Organization oi .board: C. M. IIAIlBKKr Pro idont, flit. Vernon, O. JOHN S. ALAN, V. President, Alt. Vornon, O. A L. MURKY, Clork, Jelloway, O SHERIFF'S SALE Cranvlllu II miliar VB. 3a Smith ct ...

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. — 12 December 1911

! TUESDAY, THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. DECEMBER 12th, 1011. PAGE 8BVEK1 PHEMIUMS AWARDED ,X!li ''""WlHK, !h 11 lint of premlmiiH awnrili-il nt tho Knox Cnuiity Kiilr, tail: iipitsi'3 dihautmi:nt H. A. Williams , 9(H) Krnnk Wi'IkI .!. 0 U. H. Ulliii. .. sw Wm. Snyder fioo j. w. Hmitii ::::::: wm Iliiriiliuit HroH I mi c. k. Aicrjimin . 200 Irvln Moving H.tw . " ''e'lKliiH ,' 3.00 Win. WnKiiri' J on 'V W. hllllpH AM P. H. linker 31.00 CIuih. Hlmpklns , , l'ijo L. 8. Ilrmlillck ro.im Norrlck & Wolfo 13.00 uainoH & Jioss 0.00 H. B. Tuinoy coo VS. Cotton ,.... r..00 II. H. I'uxtoii , 3111) S. T. Ilrook 11.00 Jimies WntFon it.on W. H. Uriuker 3.00 W. O. Roberts T,.m John T. 1'Yiote ll.W Alvus Okk 1 4.00 Itoy Walker 2.00 MULISH J. II. Jenkins ..4 $12.00 u. Li. Kller , .. 4.00 Henry Spolin 3.00 PONIES C. AI. Lccily t R.00 Guy Bortlett 2.00 U. C. Hunter , B.00 J. P. Walker 8.00 Gordon Drake 5.00 a, W. Sociry 18.00 D. AI. llruinbach .' 3.00 E. N. Lucas 3.00 L. S. Ilnultlock 2,00 CATTLE ' S...

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. — 12 December 1911

"W-i zssaaaam "r-ssfSL, . .,JUi,.uii.i...i.iliiij'i'iiniL..n'rtwwawiMv J -i i-arJri'E-i-M-T- I , J i . T "- . M. ..... v - i V If 115 I ii? i ft. I? ft ti l J H '.?; i i ) 'U '1. f I I'M ! .' 1 If fi " "' ' "1 If ! " . , A kti Jimiwii EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12th, IDlt. Direct To You From the World's Best Shoemakers FOR MEN W. L. Douglas Stacy, Adams Co. A. E. Nottleton Burt and Packard (Korrect Shape) FOR WOMEN Red Cross Zeigler Bros. (Phlla. Make) Patrician (N. Y. Make) Mr. George Isruel was In Columbus this afternoon on buslnoss. Mr. floorgo H. Spearman, dictator of Hlnwatha Lodge, No 824,. L. O. O. M wnB presented with a Moose charm by a number of his friends on Satur day evening. BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY 29c to $1.50 SLIPPERS '. . BELIABLE RUBBER FOOTWEAR ,BIIII I, , , ,1 1,, I, i . -' OUR 0 UARANTEE in the event oC not giv ing satisfactory wear, wo replace with a new pair. GUARANTEE SHOE STORE SEVERNS, Jociety News WET WEATHER lias Prevented Growth 0! Wheat ...

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. — 15 December 1911

& nvjwi" iW T y" 'I r atttt MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911-,No. Krb PEIOE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 183 HOUSE VOTES TO plot sympathy with tho houao reso lutlon and that unless Russia toolc afllrmatlvo action relieving tho situ ation lie believed tho measure wouldi bo passed by the senate. New Seating Plan of the House And Its Two Principal Figures iwttt ir IB el NAB MINISTER Former Chaplain Soldier's Private Quirk Tells Commandant At Fort Riley That He Blew Up Bridge, Cavalry Stable And Water Mains At Instigation Of Rev. Brewer, Who Had Been Bis missed From Service-Convict's Wife Also Arrested As Accessory To Crimes Junction City, Kan., Dec. 14. In a cbnfession of Private Quirk, the Itov. Charles M. Brewer, formerly a chap lain In the array, now pastor of a Baptist church at Oluatee, Okla., was accused of Implication in a mysterious series of explosions which has kept the military authori ties at Fort niley In a state of ap prehension' nearly six months. Quirk, In a -conf...

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. — 15 December 1911

-- k Msf AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 191t. A Mr j IQUMIiY CHURCH COLUMN Four country preachers, represent ing w ninny denominations, have agreed to be lesponslhlc for this col umn during the coming winter months. -A short sermon, by each prencher In 'turn, will appear once a week. The preachers are the !tov. George P. Smy thc of Humbler, the Itov. C. P. Itnns bottom, of Owl Crook, the llov. J. H. Jones of Preduricktown and the Hev. O.ro H. Newcomb' of Mnrtlnsburg. CHURCH FUNERALS (By Rev. George F. Smythe) "An dovont men carried Stephen to his burial, and made great lam entation over him." The Acts, S:2. This Is u pathetic picture a little funeral piocc3slon. The dead body of Stephen, mangled Hy the stones which Ids enemies had hurled ut him, lies upon a board, and a fow respuctablo and religious men are carrying it to the grave and lllllng the air with their lamentations. Yet somehow their cries havea false, hollow, sound. Tho term "devout mou" Ib applied In...

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 December 1911

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911, i uiiiiiiiiiiiiiii m THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRBIt rc '1 r m & M I GIVEN QUIETUS Republicans Pick dcago As Con vention City June 18 Arthur I. Vorys Explains Why Presidential Preference Proposition Is Not Feasible In Ohio --Brown Issues Another Statement-John F. Hili Of Maine Succeeds Hitchcock As Campaign Manager Indianian Knocks Taft And Is Called By New 'Washington, Dec. 13. 'Chicago had ory Rttle opposition in the raco for tho 1912 national convention of tho Republican party and won hands down. Juno 18 was aeloctod as tho opening date by the Republican na tional committee, which had hardly decided these questions and conclud ed 'other business with a fair show of harmony, when B., li. Lee, chair man o the Republican state committee- of Indiana, and ex-Senator Dov ridgo's lieutenant, issued this for mal statement: "Mr. Taft can not carry Indiana. K ho is tho Republican nominee, our fight lf lost before a gun Is Bred. As one of his original frien...

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 December 1911

TCWW i&mk MMMMUMIWWiWiiWIIMt!.. Mimwmwffni'i-ii'mwwHMiw iwJMWwntHITlTlf ,.(DtW,BWWWfWWWMIIIWWW' JIWJWWHWIWIWHWW1PWWWVII i THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1S,'lfl11. CJAQE FOUR tffagaiBMgllUJMJTWW MlllUiraiflUUiMm'"''"" M.W1IIUUUU uummiiiuhhimiip fU l , u n r .1 r a MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oaaoLl-CTo olSLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., pott office R8 second clasa mall matter. ' PROGRAM For Farmers' Institute Of South-Western Knox Co, BnbBcrlptlon Rate fl.EB per year. DIVORCES Granted To Four Persons In Common Pleas Court The following Is the program for the fifteenth session of tho South-Wcs-tern Knox County Farmers' Institute to bo hold In tho Presbyterian church at Ccnterhurc Friday and Saturday, December ir nnd 10: Friday Morning 9:30 Music Invocation Music. The Orchurd and Its Products John i. Shnwvor. Commercial Fertilizers M. C. Thomas. My Observations at tho Wooster Ex periment Station C. T, Coo. Appointment of Committees Music. ...

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 December 1911

Friday, deoember 15, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PAGE FIVt XtWAII'WIJWIwVlWVlMfrtltlftjfwlj K, 'i ,J P ft SHOOTS AT BURGLAR Mrs, I 1). Men Has Most Thrilling Experience Never Fired A Revolver Be fore In Her Life Handled Tiie Weapon Like An Expert Took Six Shots At The Sup . posed Burglar Mrs. E. D. Turben had a thrilling ex perience with a supposed burglar at ier home at 117 West Pleasant street Wednesday night at about 10 o'clock, the man being driven away from the home by a revolver In the hands of the woman who was alone at her home nd who had never fired a shot from a revolver before. Three bullets were ALL BARS DOWN DAY Saturday, Dec. 16 Greatest Sale Yet Bargains in everything YOUNG'S, the Jeweler shot through the door at the man who took to his heels and ran from the scene. Shortly nfter ten o'clock Wi-diiesdny night Mrs. Turban, wub sitting In tlio front room sewing. Hearing n slight noise she did not pay much attention to It but presently n fnlnt knock was heard nt tho icn...

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 December 1911

d?r - "PAGE SIX imiiwi II llll IPIIIWIII iwiiiiiii s . . J $ J' J I I 'I I ,, FREDERICKTOWN . I j .j. j j j ! J I J ! Mr. William Hurnotl started for 'Florida on Saturday. lie expects to spend the winter at Jacksonville. Mrs. S. W. Hughes of Cleveland who lias been a gueHt of her daughtur, 3Urs. P. A. Day, for a few weeks past returned to her home on Saturday ac companied by Mrs. K. 15. Hughes of Uie samo place. Mr. W. T. Shaffer and Mr. Jacob Shnffcr attended the funeral of their Mltfter 4n Decatur, Illinois, the past -weefk. rtev. Cough of Cheslerville was a visitor Jn this place on Saturday last. lfter. D. M. Prcssley, pastor of the llnptlst church will spend the holiday season with relatives In Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Mala of Mt. Vernon Visited with their daughter Mrs. Charles Frazler last week. Mrs. Ploy Melllnger of Mt. Vernon visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hlxonbaugh the past week. Mr. John Trainer after a week's vis 'itcd with relatives returned to Gran ville, Ohio...

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 December 1911

SPT-rr? N FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVKkf fo VS. If L& riv V DIVORCES GRANTED To Six Persons In Common Pleas On Tuesday Many Tales Of Troubles And Woes Are Told One Couple Lived Together But Two Weebs Woman Then Fell In Love With Another Man Probate Judge Black Sued Id Common Pleas Court These are "Divorce Days" at the Knox county court house. Judgo Devore of Ashland has de voted moat of his time this week In hearing divorce cases, hearing the troubles and woes of the plaintiffs, and sometimes the defendants, in each case. On Tuesday six divorce cases were heard and decrees were granted In each case. In one of the cases Tuesday the fact was brought out that the plaintiff and dofendant lived togeher but two weeks after their marriage. The husband brought his brldo to Mt. Vernon and took her to nn implement store for the purpose of purchasing her a new buggy. Whilo the sale was being made the bride left tho store for a few minutes and upon her return ...

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 December 1911

v r 1 '-r- Aw .a hiryi' iw www i?w f i mi wty tf' IP" ' '-'"' er-- - sesssaasssaessssaeaqltpE lawmitfiMrttikwpvmav ifi jV 4" f " 4i-Wf(WMi?riitl fffffWC yx x h o K19HT THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911. ,, IHMIII - I MflfrMiilfliMrlMfllMilflilMlW T' ET ft S r n I A S M f MS t ' I fi; 1 1 I w : I ''' mk i i "vfli E3 n, 'SHOKT'LUCAIA Krrs SCc: butter 28c. "Mr, Philip Day made a business trip o St. Louisville Thursday noon nnaford'p tlnlsnm Is good tor chill Tileins. t 10c package Of Pennlson seals or rds, Cc at McCrystalB, 10 N. Main. ' 'Mrs. Walter M. Pyle was a Isitor In Columbus on Thursday. ' Mrs. Charles' V. Dullock went to 'Columbus today to visit with relatives. For Irost-bltcs; apply Hanford's Bal aam. ilr. F. B. Zlcg of Fredei Icktown "spent Wednesday In the city on busl "acss. Mr. Martin Mclialp Js seriously 111 t his homo no West Gambler Btieet "with hoartj'trobulo. For lamonoss nppjy Hanford's Dal tarn thoroughly. C-ne, good applica tion Is worth several lig...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 December 1911

VXW 'Tvrgfygi- vV FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE NINlKr a. 14 &. ww - f Better tten Pills I s YOU WILL NEVER wish to take another dose of A puis after having once used Lhamberlain s 1 ab lets. They are easier and more pleasant to take, more gentle and mild in their action and more reliable. They leave the bowels in a natural condi tion, while the use of pills is often followed Hby se vere constipation, requiring a constant increase in the dose. Every bottle guaranteed by your druggist A Wonderful Line Holiday Gift Goods fesrWii w jii t Such a wonderful ot oselectJiolkUiygiLlt goods we have seldom seen. Just such fine things us it is a pleasure to give and a pleasure to receive. Some thing for every age and -wish. The stock is new and complete. Make early selection. -Military Brushes Toilet Sets Traveling Sets Shaving Sets Manicure Sets Smokers' Stands Vases Cut Flower Vases Shaving Mirrors Hand Mirrors Perfumes. SEE OUR LINE OF 25c NOVELTIES I lorey's 115...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 December 1911

7 ..-AH . - i-wAartPUiwwwwww,..- .ai MVfiliiAirmH-V!ahl1it!i 33L. iti ,NMAiUiiI!I"" 4-AQE TEN THE DEMOCRATIC ,'BANNEB. FRIDAY, DECEMBER IB, 19f. HELD IIP Gift Hunters' Directory !y Two Masked Men And MM Of $2,85 i Joseph Howell Claims To iSfci Save Had An Exciting i ? Tfl$ . , i .' i '- " ' i" r t- r , , .I " pm " "" " "'"""T"' l , - i i -h "-" BBrrvr-'jrwsx.--: t;'wh"" jrare" . : , :.!.. yW -..,..--.-----.--www.. ... -Sjer "I h. i J 15' Uoscph Howell, a hack driver, claims lio was held up und robbed by two unknown masked men on 15. High St., aioar Center Hun Monday night at -about 10 o'clock whllo bo wns return 4ng from a trip to the homo of Mr. -Trod S. McConiiell. Having left Mr. McConiiell at IiIh florae, Howell HayB that ho drovo to ward the city on the e.tHt extension of "High street and was met at the Cen sor llun brldgo by two men who had handkerchiefs tied over Uie lower part or their faces. Thinking that the men f?cro only trying to play a Joke on him, "Howell did not resp...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 December 1911

I Friday, December 1S, ion. -, THE DEMOCRATIC! BANNER. PAGE EUVlttt. MmiMMrMWNMMMIni J5 s ssa XMAS GIFTS That Are The Standard of IVIerit Wo havo a most completo as sortment of protty practical gift things that cannot help but please. Handsome genuine leather hand bags. Toilet and manicure Oets and mirrors In great variety of styles. Fancy perfume packages, writ ing paper In dainty boxes and many other nlco things which you will appreciate better by visiting G. R. BAKER & CO. Sign Big Hand 205 S. Main St. jjj EVERED Was Jacob Hull's Ear While At Work At The Cooper Plant On Tuesday Morning RETAIL FEED PRICES Just received, car load of Horse and Mule Feed, A very good feed for the money. Bran - $1.30 per 100 lbs. Middlings $1.35 per 100 lbs. Red Dog $1.50 per 100 lbs. Corn and Oats Chop $1.60 per 100 lbs. 8helled Corn (new) $ .75 per bu. Earn Corn $ .75 per bu. Choice Oats 60c per bu. Wheat $1.10 per bu. , Rye $1.10 per bu. Cracked Corn $1.60 per 100 lbs. Unbolted Corn Meal $1.60 ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 December 1911

5SrSQ-2iL iwiiiMijinyflwwiiw t.iuuwS'iiwtlrwwrSIni i1 ' i i...i-wiwiii "PAGE TWELVE "111 lliri.iii.il THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1011 ? Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, an thoy cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear. Tnero Is only ono way to euro deafness, ond that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is causod by an Inllnmtd condi tion of tho tiiilcouH llnlnB or tho Kusla chlan Tube. "When this tuho Is Inflamed you have a rurnbllntr sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness la thn result, and unless tho In flammation can bo taken out nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition, hoarlnff will bo destroyed forover: nlno cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing hut nn Inflamed condi tion of tho mucous surfaces. MINNESOTA BUTTERMAKER3 Albort Lea, Minn., Dec. 12 Tho Minnesota State Butter and Cheese Makers' Association began Its eigh teenth annual convention hero today with ? large atlendnnco and repr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 19 December 1911

K ip ' v? jM jewjpfaffe &ttttr. & & PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911 No. 101 ESTABLISHED 1836 W4vWr,"fn'''wi wfr,i' rw i" '" ' ""'VV .'"."" ffl RUSSIAN BEAR SHOWS T T Objects Seriously To Wording Of Sulzer Resolution Taft Take Drastic Action-Will Ask Senate To Modify Wording In Order To Prevent Break In Diplomatic And Friendly Relations Between Two Countries- -Calls Cabinet Members To Night Session At Which Every Phase Of Passport Situation is Canvassed Washington, TJoc. 18. Russia has entered a vigorous protest against tho abrogation of the treaty of 1832 'with that country in tho form pro posed by the Sulzer resolution, which passed the house by a -voto.ot 300 to 1, and senato leaders Immedi ately 'went on record with tho dec laration that a modified resolution declaring the treaty at an end -would bo passed by tho senate before ad journment today. It Is reported that If the sonate should adopt the house resolution, which boldly declares that ...

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. — 19 December 1911

Bjtjf f . . jJ ' -v- ii(fwrT.x"T'KviPT4 l,'fTn'f?flJP,5lfT-,,''t" jttjwy EKH IW" -0iSJ'3 ' SLyjWWfflO mmimmmmmmMMmmtovmiwmiiv fctJ .... c . . ...LA. wwMiw5MBat)liffMit Sir, mjiw. . THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911 9AGE TWO EXECUTE NEGRO IN OPEBA HOUSE Sheriff Considers Comfort of the Spectators. SHEEP SHED USED AS SCHOOL HOUSE BRITISH COMMON8 PROROGUED London, Doc. 1C Tho Houso of Com mons was prorogued today, and will not resumo Its session until the mlddlo ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notlco Is hereby glvon thnt tho un dersigned has boon appointed nnd qunliflod administrator of tho estato of HOXINA M'CAMMBNT Into of Knox county, Ohio, df censed, by tho probate court of said co-uty. December 14, 1911. BRADDOCK M'CAMMBNT Dladonsburg, Ohio. of Februnry. THE BEST LINIMENT For inlla on Ick walks, sprnlns, nnd bruises, rub on and rub In Hnnford's llnlsnm. Apply this liniment thorough ly and relief will quickly follow. Deplorable Conditions Reported From Southern Ohio. CENTERB...

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