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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 19 December 1911

Il ""WWyW. Vw'"nSri-i!3 'Jf ?ett- wU . t nar, &r fi8QMllWlfctfif W!'1! lMlM.Mtf ,Y-r ftr - J ) THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. i TUEBBAY, CECEMDER 19, 1911 PAGE THKRs im A REMARKABLE STORY OF "FRENZIED FINANCE" Revealed In Connection With The Gambier Savings Bank involv ing Harry N. Hills, U. S. Ly- barger And Claude N. Wyant Resulting In Indictment Of The Three By Knox Co. Grand Jury For Procuring Signature To A Note By False Pretenses Nine Separate Indictments Returned igainst Former Cashier Lybarger rt Hills Arrested At Cincinnati And Ly . barger At Gambier Sensational Disclosures Brought Out In The Transactions Of Hills And Lybarger The secret indictments, which were returned by the grand jury of the November term of common pleas court, on Friday, were made public on Saturday when Harry N. Hills, a former prominent citizen of Gambier, was arrested in Cincinnati by Sheriff P. J. Parker of Knox county. Sheriff Parker arrived in Mt. Vernon Saturday night with Mr. Hills. In addition to t...

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. — 19 December 1911

u - i 7 r -r- - ' ?" ' v ( r " TV ' AVOW 1 Wffty -iV) "j??' j i "wiiiCTiijj)jtti,i','t'iJHHTJiaaw)MiMMi!iawiBawiiuft -Kwr! """Wjr1 MMWepMMMMBMMMM ffAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 191t $ h ' 1 E J i ml 61 j i?i j o i a1 Eli 'If 5A w k m '. .bz a HI it m Ml i i I fill ; ? hbk& MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor tSkoxxxl-'WoolsJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., pott office as second class inmll mattor. (Subscription flat fl.60 per year, SUGGESTION FOR A PRESENT "Why not send tho Banner to a rela tive or friend as a Qhtistmus present? It certainly would he appreciated, be ing received twlo a week during the entire year. DAILLEV ON TRIAL M Common Pleas Court On Cliarge Of tasiangbter Alleged TMJ, Jilled His Wife Oo Mfii 1011 State .Finite Its Side By Kim M(nn!ny defense Claims The Shoot Jog Was Mental The Jury at SK Monday afternoon found Dallley oulMy. Tho ipreoont vrer in dtt.fgaated oa "criminal "week." ta Vko Krt of oara aion plma of ...

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. — 19 December 1911

B"'' ""rviVn 'V' "1i "''' i " "yf J1 VTi . 1, tn ii'iV i u TUEBOAV, DECEMBER 1B, 1B11 THE DEMOCRATIO BANNER. paqe pwm V S j 9 f IV V 111 DEMANDS A TRIAL At Ooce Does Hills' Attorney Monday Horning But Other Cases' Claimed Attention Of Conrt Attorney Tbeo Asks Tbat Tiie Bond Be Reduced Wfaicb Was Done And A New Bond Given Tie Story Of Bills' Arrest In Cincinnati oncQ. Tho court furtlior stated that If tho pttorncys wanted tlio caso tried after Christmas tlmt porhaps nnothor judgo could bo Bout to this city. Judgo Walght next nddresscd tlio court rolatlvo to tho reduction of tho bond of Mr. Hills. Ho stated that tho bond was fixed at 15,000 Saturday night by Mr. Coopor to k'oop tho prls onor out of Jail ovor Sunday. Judgo Walght explained that Mr. Hill was not a resident of Knox county and that tho bond was oxccsslve in this case . Ho asked that tho bond bo ro ducod to $2,500, and If this waB dono that tho defondant would bo ablo to furnlBh bond, otherwise If the bond of 5,000 was Ins...

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. — 19 December 1911

mmyjtiJi liiffii irWi'naiMMip "IWWWIWWjWW 7rw7rv PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1011 hi r ? ' via i s 4.C U T ? b 9 GOD'S PROMISE '"' JO BE FULFILLED i His Kingdom on Earth Shal' Be EstablfstiGcf. BUT NOT BY HUMAN POWER, "Pastor Rutaell Says Mankind Erred In It Early Interpretation of tho Divine Plan of Salvation The Present Age Not the Lord'o Time For the Redemp tion of the World It Is the Period In Which the Few Shall Be Selected to Receive the Blessing of the Messiah. Honolulu, Ha wnllnn Islands. Tho In tarnation ill Itllilu Students Committee of For eign Missions In vestigation stop ped nt Honolulu it nd mndo obser vnMons. Pastor Russell, Ctialrman of tlio Committee, delivered a public addrcfln. He had ii largu nudlenco and attentive heiirlug. IIIu text was from Isaiah IkvI. (j, respecting tho birth of a nation In n day. Ho said: In my cblldliood days every penny 1 could savo wus devoted to foreign Missions. The Hawaiian iRlands and - tho FIJI Isjandfu.wwr...

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. — 19 December 1911

pWffl'MJ,'Yv5'V wJ'l' T'iW'wi"t ".-wibw TV TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911 mmmmi t. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SKVBI. Jt AMOS Fire Starts Id The Lewis' Clotbino Store And Spreads Willi The Greatest Itapidity-Ilie Loss It Is Estimated Will Reach $100,000 And Five Business Houses Are Closed Up Fire Department Team Runs Away-Other Incidents Of The Big Fire Perhaps, the most serious fire that has occurred in Mt. Vernon for years took place at 1:05 o'clock Friday morn ing when almost a block on South Main street was so bad ly damaged by flames that re-building will be necessary. The property which was destroyed, was owned by the Rogers estate of which C. G-. Cooper is the trustee. The business houses damaged or burned out were the following: Candyland. The Kilkenney Cigar Store. Milton Lewis, Clothier. Joseph Levy, Boot and Shoe Dealer. The Misses McHale, Milinery. In addition to the above McConnick & Son sustained much loss in the annex of their main building. It is impossible to give i...

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. — 19 December 1911

. -v-w W rVi UBrMI)WlilWBIiililW11gy!WBWT T "ft t'" Vff 7P "V'i VVY i ( I ' cwv "fifw'nwswn t"'V "ill " H"IB ! 'I'n'l inn rVfTjTpTjr 'wff,ry"flfv!,Tr'l', k - . .. . .. ".'",'-u mtm;imwmwmm grggwt,r -Bi,ww,(WJ,y Q-MyQ wMBHHauaHMMHMaBMua ''jv',1 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1M VMK K18HT iNMlWHIHI Mill $. j-p M WILL DEPORT MISSIONARIES Taking, Dec. 18. Two Australian BIssloiiary women, Miss Sears and Itss Jlolloy, who disobeyed the or ders ot Uio British consul and quit "Wn-Chrag, and are now at Hankow, rHl he deported to Australia for vUitlr conduct. SHOT DOWN IN DOORSTEP former Suitor of Woman Held For Husband's Assassination. Huntington, Pa., Dec. 18. Uenja- aln P. Galoup, formerly a farmer In Kansas, who has been employed by -A contractor here, was called to the ttbor of hln homo and shot to death. Freak Calhoun, alleged to uAVe for- .rly been an admirer of Airs. Oa- iloup, la under nrrest, charged with to murder. A shotgun said to have , "been owned by htm was foun...

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 December 1911

HMyl- . n y; ftiijS!!fiS!!SS!!!l!!! y,.-- i 'invfr-Ty i M.iut l - -f .m. .., ..H- tfKB- ' T asr .r ,.! .,'J Smjoottftiijt uttntv- J I'.M .. X t PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911 No? 102 P. , ESTABLISHED 1836 i' ji ' 13 YtA m w 1 '.' HEADY GET Both Branches Of Congress Will Prepare Wool Bills Leaders Discuss Message-President Files Report Of Tariff Commission With National Legislators And Tells Them That Wool Rates Are U questionably Too High And Should Be Cut To Correspond With Difference! In Cost Of Production At Home And Abroad Washington, Doc. 21. Immediately after the holiday recess congress will actively begin, In the commit tees of the two houses, consideration of tariff legislation, although Demo cratic leaders of the bouse, tho tariff originating body, say that no meas ure will bo ready to report for some weeks. Senator Penrose announced that he hoped the Republican senators would bo able to formulate a bill to 'comply with the tariff board. views. Re...

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 December 1911

,o ns ri - T'ijaw ...-.h. ...fc i . ,Ml,j. . .. . 7 . . .WaWirtfat ' Mimnwnmm & m f, ytwpTtT(wi !! n iiwmtinyjwrtiMiMliiiWi mm4mmmvmmmpfi,im tm.,twmm i m ' i g'-' ' -- - kdt tfT UJ.MH A6E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1611. o . B. It" J I- XMAS GIFTS That Are The Standard of Merit J.!( .s !A (- tfr Wc have n most completo as sortment of pretty practical gift things that cannot help but plenso. Handsome genuine leather hand bags. Toilet and manicure Sets and mirrors In great variety of styles. Fancy porfume 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. s TAVENNER, "WRITER FACT8 AS Make Organizing Plain Big Money saler Clubs Among your neighbors. You can get a year's subscription to the Plain Dealer for as little as $2 a year by our club, offers. You can sell these subscriptions for up to $3. Here are the offers in dctaih The r"Cilnr alnde atibar...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 December 1911

1.1 f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22 1911. Dr and Mm, i W. Williams roturn cd to tholr homo In Cliostorvlllo Tues day nftor'noon after n Hovornl days' visit with friends In Mt. Vornoii, "1 4 j It Would Pay You to stop In and examine our lino of Chrlstmns Roods. ,Our prices are low, and the goodB are suro to go, Wo htivo a well selected line of : Toilet Sets, Manicure j Sets, Military Sets, J Shaving Sets and Trav- eling Sets, Writing Pa- per, Perfume, & Cigars. j Toilet Water and Per- fume in small, fancy s , Xmas packages. Xmas Post Cards lc ea. TAUGHER'S I Drug Store t t UR SUITS UR BEST t Advertisement This season, and it Is still young yet Wo have sold suits to now customers, who haVfe heen attracted by the clothes we have made for their friends. We Satisfy Your Friends We Will Satisfy You All the latest weaves and fabrics. Tailor 1 Door st of Curtis House Office. I LastCall FOR Xmas Slippers Slippers make accept able gifts to people, the world "over. You won't mistake hi giving a man,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 December 1911

ZLIHW !i9WW!lWl)i(WWiHiirjWW:Mirwi.i . "W'"-.r opaKwiftnY" '.-"r' , 'fmvf--n-mr; wQFrmmtp JfV -' '" Trf ,y' ',r' f ' ' . ' , VI PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911, ? -t ? iws ' )i;i yirTO2S22! !R : fr'i ' ' ! . ft 1 wm If I 11 I i - 1 : mm s I' I Iw F ? ' lit f II I H ' ' ' i Hri r f m. 1 5 hIp ft 1 i.lii MullN T VERNON, OHIO 'RANK HARPER, Editor o raaJL-' Wo oXJKJL-y" MONUMENT SQUARE Kntered at tho ML Vernon, O., post ofhce ne aocnnd ettuui .diaII matter. Bubacrtptlon Ualo 1.B0 per year. tetiiisbitrg Group Of u .. Presbyterian Gliurciies '(By Oern It. NcWcfnb) "Martlnsbura li ilon meetings, Methodist and Pn-tiiytcrlan, continue through thla we4r -fu tlio Methodist church unlCHii Mu 4iwill prove too nraall. Tho FedtiU (lamcil of MurUtiBburg churches, Uapliiit. fMnelplo, Methodist nnd Prcsliyterliui, la arranging with tho Department of AKrltl(ro for a eorles of lecturi'ri, by agricultural ox perts to be kLvwi In irturtlnstiurg dur ing tho winter null prtiu; tn...

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 December 1911

PRIDW, DECEMBER t ttfrf. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAOE PIVIL i n if ,1 Merry Christmas Clii-knapc At A Bargain While Last A Meat Beautiful CoHocMon fe Select Trcm fflaoso priced at 65c S for , 48c Hioso prioM at 85c g for , .65c Shoes priced at $1 g for 73c 9kBC priced at $1.25 g for 98c 3hoe priced 'at $1.50 go for $1.23 Ales t Prices on all Shoes, MAtro, Leggixn and w footwear. ECONOMY Shoe Store Sawer Main and Gambier Mt. Vernon, O. LEGAL NOTICE Iac Coiling, whose residence fa un known. wM take notice that on the 20th Jrtr ftt December. A. D.. 1M1. an Intsrn- WPnt nt wrltlns purporting to ho tho mm. win ana testament or ins moinor, Eliza. Collins, late ot Jefferson township, Knos county. Ohio, Uccoaned, wan pro duced l open Court, and an application to admit the same to probate was on the Biuao-dtur mado In said court. Said application will be for hearing be fore said oourt, on tho 12th day of Janu snr. A. D 19x2, at 10 o'clock, n. in. Vntaees my signature and seal of said ourt tWa...

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. — 22 December 1911

pr-TWIWW M ''Hl'lJU'JL'i'" ' -M-tiwf".1 ' 'V! ''L' !' I .......... amgmmmm MlllWHW ' f ii I iul I IJ'I I THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19H- I t.MMI ? " iiiiiULUimanmn ""g""WUUIlUMllKLWinWBWttM 1W(j ")' WWUJWliiaii.ilijiii))MWJJMiuJWJUi'J FHACTURED Was Little Ofrt' s Skull By Kick OF A Horse Little Until Pinion Meets With Sraus Injury Operated Upon At Alt. Ver nqo Hospital Ruth, the ten-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geacje Lahmon, resid ing south of Gambler, was kicked on the forehead by a huise Monday even ing while returning home from school and was seriously injured. She sus tained a fractured iltull and is still in an unconscious vo.iiiitlon. For Boinu time the teacher of tho school where Mln. Until Is a student has boon rewarding the children for good rouduct l)y allowing them to go bonio a few niluutaii earlier ttiun tho pupils who have u. tower grade In do portmont. On Mcui'i.ty afternoon Ruth was given tin; privll"e of going homo early In company vith two ot...

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. — 22 December 1911

' fr I " t S FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22 1911. i.l.urm.n i . A CHARGE May Oe Placed Against Clias. And Clarence Foster Alleged They Caused The Big Fire At Centerburg, 0. Raid Made On Their Home Late Monday Evening And A Large Amount Of Goods Were Discovered Fosters Are Now Locked Up in Jaii At Centerburg Cenlerlmrg, (X, Dec. 19 A raid on the homo of Clarcnco and Charles Poster at this place by Mayor Best, Marshal L. B. Evans and two depu tized citizens Monday night brought to light the fact that the recent big fire at this place was not from acci dental cuiso but that, according to the opinion of the officials of this place, It was the result of a depreda tion performed by Charles' and Clar ence Foster. Goods from the E. E. McGulre store, which was burned Sat urday, were found at the Foster homo and It Is known by Mr. McGuIro that the merchandise was not missing from tho store previous to the fire. In all probability a charge of arson , will be placed against the two hen who are now being h...

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. — 22 December 1911

iSSBiffi-r- r-'T-rr'-TT-iTT-Tr''' t - riaiiiiMn'rrmi'iirir r?wniiwwrw --g mmhh invr. ..c p- vn7,i,ww'?t?n"jw"' rr ? IUJIIUIUJMWWaWBiaWWqTlPJIWMMWHlMMW sssfaamnns M TO MSMOORATIfc BAWHER. WTAYr wmhs'wiswj 3C 1M EIGHT Mlltai , mm r , ,;,;;,.zrzizSZzi-IIIZ r... ugs ii i, i " . 5Eff bWu' RES PETITION FOR ROOSEVELT Smaiia Lawyer Springs Surprise on State Oflicals. ENTERS NAME AT PRIMARIES Yelser Declares That He Can Get All Slonatures Necessary to Place For mer President In Runnlnfj at Ne braska Presidential Preference ContestSays He Has Correspond ed With Rough Rider but Refuses to Make Public Any of the Letters. Omaha, Nob., Dec. 21. Colonel fhcodcro Roosevelt Is officially a candidate) for the Republican nomi nation for president, his boomhalng been launched In Nebraska when the Secretary of utato received a petition -properly signed asking that tlio bftmo of tbo ex-president bo placed upon tho Ropubllean ballot nt tho next primaries, under the profoien tlal voting law. Only 25 names ...

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. — 26 December 1911

is ar 13 tmttm& &tti(jer PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911 No. 103 ESTABLISHED 1836 W STARTS GUNNING FOR DELEGATES Senator LaFollette Oh io Preserves Opens Campaign At Youngstown And Closes At Cincinnati, Where He Also Has Invitation To Occupy Pulpit Of Rev. Herbert Bigelow-Will Then Invade Indiana Illinois And Other Western States Where Roosevelt Sentiment Is Strong Washington, Doc. 26. Starting on ft four-day political campaign in Ohio, Senator LaFollette today lert Washington. His first speech will bo at YoungBtown, Wednesday noon. Other speeches will ho made at Toledo, Cleveland and Dayton, and the trip will be concluded with a night meoting at Cincinnati on Saturday, Dec. 30. Senator La Folictte may remain in Cincinnati over Sunday, as he has an Invitation Irom Rev. Herbert Bigelow, the mili tant inlnistei who formerly co-operated with the late Tom Johnson In Ohio'" politics, -to occupy. the pulpit lu Dr. Uigelow's church Sunday, Dec, 31. If Sen...

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. — 26 December 1911

"" ' i UUlCtnM mm&MWm ii . -n,i ii(fii-'ti- 'frt' - ij. , i,ij 3rMMMiTMMMFI ..rtmiyaMwiJiiwMffitefcfaJMBtcTOp rii'i 'itthihhmumdw muwummu Bf4wsW(fMs1,W&Ai4lf(l "ir:"'1 ".;iiMTTiTh'' ww - ( W n4 (W"p -v"- -jffc- AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911 i . r m 1 r I 1EC0RD OF I9I1.C2S5IZ1 "Events of Hie Year In Review. IEXIC0 AND CIIINA DPSET. Stseellaneoun Affairs, Games nml Races, and Items of Personal In 1rcst The Aviation Field Losses toy Accidents and Explosions, Klro had Storms A Classified Summary. FElmUAIlT. 7. John Graham Hopo Horsley Reresford, Lord Decles, married Helen Vivien Gould, daughtor ot George J. Gould, In New tfork. 6. The Arizona constitution adopted by popular vote. MAncit. 1. Senate vote, 46 to 40. declared William Lorlmer ot Illinois duly elected. , 7. President Taft accepted resignation ot Richard A. Ualllnger as secretary ot the Interior; Walter L. Fisher ot Chi cago appointed. '$& United States j supreme court Affirmed constl- ...

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. — 26 December 1911

'H t?FyTT,'F,S Ee2!1 wrryK-- q y .! I P TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911. UTIWlUJHfg)VCTitEqTa VERY HEALTHY Of The Financial Affairs Of State Of Ohio Casti Balance On Hand Near ly Seven Million The Achievement Is A Tri bute To The Tiiriftiness And Conscientious Efforts Of Democratic Administration To Perform Duties Entrusted To It Dy The People Columbus, O., Dec. 23 The healthy condition of affairs In the state capi tal can not bo better set forth than by referring to the enormous surplus in the state treasury. At the close of business Dec. 15, the total cash balance in the treasury was $6,806,371.92. This is within a few thousands of dollars of the big sur plus, which was placed In the state treasury during the administrations of ex-Governors Herrlck and Harris, largely through the enforcement of the Jl.QOO liquor license tax. Though considerable money will be paid out the first of the year, the state's share of the Dow taxes will come in then and will likely set a now high water mark. I...

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. — 26 December 1911

'- "" f ;$ 'V mt vnimyytitvrfliyiM iSfiSMBna sss ir.y."ffff!!M?!W'-Mt!Mt MmtMimsmM tAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE80AY, DECEMBER 28, 1911. t'f- j i -pnw r v ','(, s jM "SMfflnwv : . . t ., " ' .. i "'il"r"-""' -...i..Mi.-.-.r.,,,..y. .. .,.... -, , . . SilWlHlWtSSff'lBJnS h. i-i Swi MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor S o laal-VV'o olsLLy S MONUMENT SQUARE SM M M h Entered at Uiu Mt. Vernon, O., post fcfflco ns second clasa malt matter. Subscription Rate (1.68 per year, RELEASED )n Connection With The Rob bery At Centerburg .Jay Gould Proves Ad Alibi And Is Given freedom Officials Find No Meoce -Agate Tills MaiT However Aootlier Arrest Is Made in The Affair Hut The Man Gives Bond Before The Mayor Contorburg, 0., Dec. 26 Jny Gould, 'son of Constable Gould of Hllllar town ship, whoso arrent followed shortly nftor that of IiIh father In tho Center burg robbory and flro case Hovoral -days ago, and who wnu charged with burglary and anion at IiIh preliminary - Bearing boforo Mayo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 December 1911

TUESDAY, DECEMDER 2, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVK '! 1 L., "I j 4 If vJ I" 1 IW 4 jW H CHARITY IS SWEET Most Commendable Act Of The Elks On Christmas In Entertaining The Needy Children Of Mt. Vernon A Big Dinner And Presents For 225 Little Ones Moving Picture Show Also Delights The Children Clothing For The Needy And Giits For Everybody "But the greatest of these is charity." Perhaps neror before in the history of Mt. Vernon havo the needy children of the city been hotter taken care of on Christmas, or any other day, than on Christmas Day Thanks to the members of Mt. Vernon lodge, No. 140, B. P. O. Elks. That commendable virtue of the BlVa charity was lavishly displayed on Monday in the splendid manner in which the poor children of the city wore given the happiest day of their life. Too much praise cannot be be stowed upon the order and its mem bers and the, committee in charge, which labored so diligently to make the affair the grand success that it was. Two hundred and t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 December 1911

vt liHBBPmHW"'Tr "i trSSWlWMMIMMT iWiimwiiimn,wininww wmw ''''? llftllWBWWWWIWIfJWII1WIWUltPW;iMWW' X PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911. f. I&.ja.TiMMWMIfllWffi --- i nil i i inriiTiriiiii i rniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiMMiwMiffiiimii iinrTviiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii DISCUSSION ON D VORCES Indulged Iq By Knox County Bar Association Alh Meeting Which Was Held Friday Morning .An Adjournment Taken Willi' out Definite Action .'A Deputy Sealer Of Weights And Measures Appointed Something Of The Duties Of The New Official There was a warm session ptn-ihe Knox County Har .association in the common plcrts court room Friday morning ovcr'tho matter of uncontest ed divorce caHes. After remarks by a number of the member!) of the asso ciation no action wan taken, but an adjournment was taken until the hoc--ond Monday In January when the pat ter will como up at 9 o'clock In the morning for a more lengthy discus nlon and perhaps final action. lion. H. II. Greer, chairman ...

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