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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 December 1911

'VfSTT 'Tfwyrwrv'fww1'? ,( PWWWM."'? "' wnrN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911. THE DEMOOBATIG BANNER. PASR MWSh '.W COII For This Term Adjourns Uiitil A Blank Date Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Judge Soward In the court of com mon pleas on Friday overruled mo tions tor now trials In n large number of casos. Court adjourned until a blank day In case any matter should como up that might demand the attention of the court during the present term. The Durbln Will The Inst will and testament of Jen nettle Durbln, lato of Mt. Vernon, has been filed In probate. By the terms of the will she gives to her daughter, Mary Sapp, her real estate In South Vernon. To her daughters, Mary Sapp nTid Pearl Warman, she gives her household goods. H. J. Chnppe lear is named as executor of the will which was slgued December 18, 1911, In the presence of H. J. Chappelear and,Otta Hcadlcy. o Distributive Account Adam Scott, guardian of Mary Ann Hastings, has filed a distributive ac count In probate,...

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. — 26 December 1911

w -, v r- .,-, mTJvvr TTWIff 111 ( VFV'TrlVTO'VO'1 " ' ' XT T . JflW, Ji!ytl- .. f:, ji rfcUL V. i . ji...j WliyrTffiTittfcraflayttvr wmmwmmmm H" j1' 'ffw,S f'!1"1'!"" ; "rfiffHrt EESffilHWtfi Mfl'inl. '''"W"" ' '"" matmmuttatMmimwtiluwMmi lffelAHll'l'J -m 7W" K EtSHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1911. IWI4EV'li' "fr,i ' ffS '..'... in. iU.tiui,. ii - f Wlllli MM MMWIMMMilMlhiM-imMaifcillliil i . - B r p KORSESJNBATTLE tThej Show Sagacity and Bravery In Times of Danger. FEARLESSLY FACE A CHARGE VeUran 8otdler Afaert That the Cou- ragvous Animal Will Meat an Attack Made Directly Upon Them Without Sign of Flinching. Traits ot horse chnrnctcr. ns well ns 'of human' character, otherwise unno nlced arojirodfeht out In the stress of War. FnTnliiarlty -with 'danger prob ably has Its effoct In malting horses fearless, ns Ignorance of danger doubt less does. Horses 4 nre creatures of liablt. In battle ns well as In the occu ntnttona of pence, and this fact linn been the cause...

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. — 29 December 1911

tfc mjK$ ftttfueir $ u "Ut B PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0,, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911 No. 104 ESTABLISHED 1836 k ,1 AIMS DARTS AT SUPREME COURT Senator LaFoIIette Trust Dec Wisconsin Man Now Touring Ohio in Quest Of Delegates To Republican National Convention Sees Little Good in Existing Conditions, But Has Cure For Trust Evils-Thinks Labor Unions Exempt From Opera tion' Of Sherman Law Cleveland. O., Dec. 28. With an ' assault on tho supremo court, on at tack on the Republican national com- ! mltteo, nu arraignment of the trusts and an enunciation of his Ideas for tho euro of tho evils of the present system of government, Senator Rob ert M. LaFolletto opened his speak ing campaign for tho Republican presidential nomination in this pity. Tho criticism of tho supremo court was tho most bitter yet hoard from, tho Wisconsin senator. It was predi cated on-.-tho recent rulings of" tho ourt in the Standard Oil and To bacco cases. -Tho rule of reason he denounced us a "profound revolution ...

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. — 29 December 1911

AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911. - JA m I; VI SH liUUNIRYCIIURUi COLUMN (By John Beverly Jones) NOTHING CHEAP Text: Matt. 5:48, Yo therefore shall "be perfect. It is tho employment of some peo rto to raise stock ami grain, it Is tho nlm of many people to live a life, of some to live a good life and, of a few others to live tho best life. Jehovah Is running this universe, not for tho purpose of making men, lor reasonably good men, but tho best men. porfect men. There is nothing -cheap about this aim. When wo go In to tho orchard to select fruit for the winter, wo do not select apples but tho best apples. Somo trees wo pass by and others wo climb into, for wo aro not hunting flavor but tho best flavor. "Wo cull them with great caro for wo wont them without spot and without -blemish. Tho last legislature placed on tho statuto books of tho Stato of Ohio a law compelling overy man who owns ton fruit trees to spray them; xliey think It is time for Ohio to aim ut p...

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. — 29 December 1911

' 'TtlrMp,!j!r'"'"",T'"-'T7'V" - "WW"" P' rrV sv ft k,iu Mh aw FRIDAY, DECEMBER , 1911 A. piwOTfniiniiini !! ll'pi IBW IIBI IMIHWIIIMI j A Pane of Glass! By MARY IIOADLEY URISWOLD D Copyright by American Press Asso- elation. 1S1L b0 THERE was no reason why John Donnan should not haro re placed the iHino of glass as soon as it beenmo broken. Especially was there no valid reason why he should have postponed it until boJIday time. It would havo saved him some labor and Mrs. Dormnn ranch annoyance had he been inoro prompt, and there would have been no story to tclL John Dormnn was the village under taker. In the houso of mourning he t-as sympathetic, tactful and consld irate. In the social circle be was wit ty pnd a teller of good anecdotes. At lomo be governed his children dls treotly, cherished his wife tenderly and lost no chanco to have fun. That was tho true reason for his neglect of tho broken wlndowpane. Who broke the window glass or how mt.i, 0,i n.nf ,11.1 mf.r t Mr. Dormnn wha...

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. — 29 December 1911

;,? TW?Pr "T"P"-- i. -y- 4 fcGE FOUH THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMtiER 23, 1011. H r I I is-t Eft !? . I t I f ' r I? 11 fir V m ! it i if MM iNT VERNON, OHIO -rr HARPER, Editor jJl-"VCrOOl3ji.,y MONUMENT SQUARE Kntred nt tfio ML Vernon, O., poitr fcffica as socoud class mall matter. Subscription Rata I1.B8 por year, 'HIS OWN PRESS AGENT iRooaovelt la his own press agont Mid Is On the Job for uro. Today ho Bonds out a statwnetit for tho public to bo un tho lookout for n loiter ho tiA8 written to bo road at tho poaco dinner In New York Saturday. RUMOR UNFOUNDED ' Wo stop tho press la dony and do 'flounce as haso and unfoundod tho junior that Postmaster DowdB Is to at tend tho Insurgent meeting at fcYodor IcMowu on Saturday night. Ho will depend upon Waller Johnson to report to tho administration just what Sen ator Clapp says. "BIG BUSINESS" METHODS Mr. Veedor's testimony yostordny at tho moat packcra' trial In Chicago Rives Eomo Idoa of how business wns growing Into v4lr' bunl...

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. — 29 December 1911

fWIDAY. DECEMDER ti, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. WfWWWWMMMMaMaMMWnMWaMWMMIWB!BWWMMWMW"WM if im,'j M w I ' V I WILL JSjlLED lives His Estate To His Wife And Children Properly Located In Hiiiior Tp. And Hot Springs The County Commissioners Sued For Damages Plaintilf Alleges That Bridge Was Unsafe A Other Items Qf Interest From Temple Of Justice The last will and testament of the lota Captain Charles H. Coo, lato of miliar township, Knox county, has boon filed in probate. By tho torms of tho will tho testator gives to his wife, Sarah E. Coe, 120 acres off tho east port of the home farm In miliar town Bhlp. To his wlfo he also gives 1-3 of all money-he possesses at tho time of his death. Ills wlfo is also given $100 for her year's support for groceries, $60 for fuel and $50 for pin monoy. Upon the death of his wlfo tho nbove named real estate Is glvon to his four children, namely: Charles Wesley Coo, Judson C. Coe, Alice P. IUnehart and Jounle E. Sutton, share and share allko. The testa...

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. — 29 December 1911

i.w. py ' vft?y (''.vV' -JtfTVW"'1"' tt'FTTTTWw,Jjr,(CV' r T V A PAQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBEn 29, 1011. IHLIUI II iuminwaiunim.MiuwiwiwijaJiMW WWK5DMM iJSSRLifcSSibSJBfllr r &. ym t?l.Tnj 'UMH.S 'tM MIS'' IVl IViC XSIii" JnlirC USHtrm: ivmyhi wauss ejjitjgs fcwvis taa S && THE SALE OF ALL SALE .! llWiWll It'1' f mCut! dm fiSjjiUMS W IV Hg? SW 8?3P kJ & jjg T I? I (l 1 Mil 'J f K li B il . - il' L ! ?r l i 1 vffl& m t5 TO M ill. hi Mi m h m I" t! 3$$ m ,jBBMLmj. i f rtJwwi)piwiSSBBSwr,ll aiiiiAttsl! The Gigantic Clearance Sale Of YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE Will Commence Saturday Morning, Dec. 30, at 8 O'Clock Profits Thrown to the WindsYou buy goods cheaper than you ever bought them in your life : Remember-'Thk sale includes every article in the store: Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases and Valises. Nothing Reserved. mi Big Bargains in Boys' & Children's SUITS and OVERCOATS IK MMI Sfij 1-4 or more off the price of every Suit....

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. — 29 December 1911

"' .At ffftlDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAG a 8SVHH V KV Deafness Cannot Bo Cured local UDDllcatlorui. nn Ihnv rnnnnf each tho illscascd portion ot tlio car,1 hero Id onlv onn ttnv In curt rinnfnnnn. ifBd thut Ih by constitutional remedies. rucufncss Ih caused by an Inflamed concll. (uon 01 win mucous uninir or tun kubui 'chlan Tubp, When this tube. Is Inllamed .you novo a rumbling sound or Imperfect 'hearlntr, mid when It Itf entirely closed, Deafness In Inn result, nml nnlefta ihn In. It ilammatlon can bo taken out and this iudo restored to Its normnl condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever1, nine casca out of ten are caused by Ciunrrh, which Is nothing but nn Inllamed condi tion of tho mucous surfaces, W will kIvci Onn llnnilnnl Dollars forsnr cssn of 'AfneM (cAiiM'd br cnlnrrh) that rannut he cured br tills Uatarrli Cnro. Send for circulars, Irvn, F.J CU1SNEV, A 00, Toledo, Ohio, Bold br nrowlsu, "5c. Tako IlallN hainllr I'llls for conatlpatlon. Dr. LF. VO...

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. — 29 December 1911

fllWJiMwMtlliiltMMIJliiiHIlM'IIII - A-A'tfJpKl"! niMM! I ,,..,.,,.,fl I'i'mniiWTPwwwwi "Tmm,m'1,rpKvr"-'v'w'r-rr'i''Ui,i' '71 'Vt !;, "lnT)V " 't'"!" , fcr - -' ' F , t X,- if 1 PMHE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMDER 29, lIMJfij 8WMU KJWWWM ft PROMISES HOT TIME AT DINNER 'IfOQsevBlt Authorizes Heading o! Declination Letter. EXPRESSES HIMSELF PLAINLY Colonel on Return to Oyster Day De clares"That Things Have Been Humming and Will Hum Some More Before- Saturday's Peace Ban quet Is-Matter of History Told invitation Committee That Ho Was Not Hungry and Would Not Attend. Oyster Bay, N. T., Doc. 28. On fete return homo Colonel llooscvclt remarked that "things scorn to havo tocun humming this wook and will 'horn somo moro. I guess ovoryono riU know wboro I stand on somo things boforo I get through. "I havo expressed my willingness to , havo tho letter I wroto to tho mmlttco o: tho peaco dinner made KihHc Snturday night. I hopo It will ofbo rtiudo public until after tho -dinner,...

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. — 2 January 1912

If f I I l rf P 1YmS i - i ' ft ft-. iPtiijdtiir ;... Satin? J) w, j , ' 'X-1 h (. 'JTj PRICE TWO CENTS PRINCIPLE, NOT ! L Prooressives . Ohio Follette And Roosevelt r Friend (If Former President And State Chairman Brown Work In Harmony To Leave Question Of Presiden tial Preference Open To People Resolutions De mand Lower Tariff, initiative And Referendum And Trust Supervision i Oolumlnis, O., Jan. 2. Tho Ohio Progressive league, after a four-hour debate, which at times grow heated, denied Senator Robert M. LaFollotte of Wisconsin Us presidential In dorsement, the resolutions as finally ' adopted declaring for LaFollotte. Roosevelt or any other good Repub lican who' stood for the principles pon which the league was founded. Walter F. Urown, chairman of the Republican stato commlttco, althuugh not a delegate, was on hand,; and with the asslstanco of Gifford Pin obot and James R. Qar.ticld, both lose frlendsi of Former president Roosevelt, was able to block the La Follettc indorsement...

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. — 2 January 1912

3PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8D JANUARY 2, iwwimi V 'ill Br , SECRETARY FOR POOL TESTIFIES l&nonstrates Wonderful Mem ory for Dates and Details, SUES BACK FOR DOZEN YEARS Tell How Territory Ws Divided by Packers Among Different Members of Association Were Fined For Over and Undcrshlpplng Their AI-' iotments Fact That Statute of Limitations Applies Does Not Deter Government From Using Evidence. Chicago, Dec. 30. When the hear inc of tho 10 Indicted packers was .resumed in Judge Carpenter's branch of the foderal dlstilct court, Henry Veeder, Junior membor of tho law arm of Arthur U. Veeder & Son, appeared as tho star wltncBB for the government. He is the son of Albert H. Veeder, trust builder and "corporation attorney, whoso evldonco faring his four days' session on the "Witness stand startled tho public as o related tho story surrounding tho 'formation of tho National Tacking company. Tho witness demonstrated that ho "Juis & romarkablo memory for facts nd details. ...

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. — 2 January 1912

. w -rtrihirvpy"Vfr,,T WWPIfflW' Tf -w?5 GdiB ci?.., '.yj Yv 4.. .. Mmik. W A Yt w 1 life i 'D ' ffl -.. 4 ' lr..i 1312. AT MANSFIELD Get Money But Overlook A Diamond King Explosion Failed To Arouse Tenants Of Buiiiiiuy And Borglars Make A Clean Get Away Broke into Tool House To Secure Tools And Then Secured About $90 From A Safe (Mansfield News) Although tho noise of the explo sion was heard by tho people residing above tho place of business whoro tho safe was blown and also tho people in tho neighborhood, none of them niado an lnTestlgatlon some time between 3:30 and 4 o'clock this morning when yoggs blow tho safe in the saloon of Steve Schlachter at the northeast cor ner of North Diamond and East Sixth streets. Not until Adam Miller, the bartondor, appeared at tho place of business about 5 o'clock this morning was It discovered that tho safe had oeon blown and that tho burglars had secured about ?90 In cash. uno yeggs forced an entrance to the saloon by removing a panel In a wind...

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. — 2 January 1912

rlfm''llS ki PAGE FOUR 3 ill! THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, JANUARY S, 1912 b HHmwnnininnniimnmmiirainnnm r; MOUNT VERNON, OHIO CRANIA HARPER, Editor o aaadL-"Vro olicJL-sr 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at iho Mt. Vernon, 0., pot cOTco as second claw malt matter. ubscriptlon Ilato $1.60 por year. KHf BOARD Of Education Organizes On Monday Evening 31r. C. N. Lorey Is Re-elected As 'President Gnus COUNTRY CHURCH COLUMN TV f"U W" WJ W ' " ' MJI W ' " PJ ' ffj ' ' U M " U U ' M wYi j ar ' "" ----.. v - - .. . g w - w - u v "' U w w-.- --j " IK l( Gift Of Father Mulhone To His Parish Makes Parochial Schools Free From Ocpt Financial Statement Of The Parish is Read VJ iUlfyn ,.MjnW)i'MK.wwV)MMM' Uov. li. V. Mulhanc, pastor o( St. Vincent do Paul'H Catholic church read tho annual report of his parish on Sunday morning. The reports of tho church, comotory and school were read and It waB shown that thoro waB a balance in both tho church and tho Committees Are Announced By President The odjdurnn...

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. — 2 January 1912

5t MM - !V?,r w -JJSJl.' m'mwffmW' wwm$m! ' J " Trapw ' '' BHfiJ"fflipm! 11WPPW "'TPi'iiWWOrTniT tot rt 1 1 i ' m m i mm null i udm mi m i I k t i N Iwf TUEBDAY, JANUARY !r MEfriNo " OF COUNCU Held Monday Evening When New Members Go In President Dever Announces Committees For Year ' Mayor Perrine Addresses The Members Of Council City Auditor Dorp Speaks Of Financial Condition Of The City At Present Time -Other Business Done The last mooting ot the old council and tho adjournment sine dlo took place at seven o'clock Monday even ing. All members of tho out-going council wore present except Mr. Tay lor. Tho mooting was called to ordor by Prosidont Edward Dover after which the minutes of tho lost regular meeting were read by Clork Mclntlro. After tho reading ot tho minutes coun cil was adjourned on motion by Mr. Weaver. Tho first meeting of tho city couucll for tho years of 1912 and 1913 was called to order by Prosidont Dever. All .members responded nt roll call, Mr. Whlttington occupyi...

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. — 2 January 1912

". T""f B;f!rirT' yT.-'Vf TF T"V'Vfp?$p!B" Uf "fji'ij, "ww-TrTiW.' "V 7ifff'T'"",""F' ' T.-f!JS!'f)fpRr oe eix THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAV, JANUARY 2, 1912 7? if, A The Gigantic Clearance Sale Of VflT" HDUPiwuiiMHiBii.iiii'FgwuLt p)iiwiii 'jiMwwiiui jiuM. iww ' iiiJijuiJii n i n ij nw m inMcTtarw)irturuuwP'Tiw jn!Hnijnagwiw ' I V M il i ,ti in 5 i i 1 5 uMimiHyt, E to TO YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOU; Commenced Saturday Morning, Dec. 30, at 8 O'Clock Profits Thrown to the Winds"You buy goods cheaper than you ever bought them in your life : Remember-'-TbUs sale includes every article in the store: Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases and Valises. Nothing Reserved. ' Big Bargains in Boys' & Children's SUITS and OVERCOATS 2 cu lUa w TO 1-4 or more off the price of every Suit. Buy 'em now. $2.00 Suits, now $1.50 $11.00 Suits, now $2.25 $'1.00 Suits, now $3.00 $5.00 Suits, now $3.75 Men's Underwear at 25 per cent off All Furnishing Goods, Over alls, Work Shirts, 25 per cen...

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. — 2 January 1912

; -m. wtD''fV 1rrtr-Vn';!yifc?'rrtlffi'Tg' i IMi "W5Bne vrj k - c -( I TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE. PAC SKVEft ' QUITE A DIFFERENCE Io Number Of Companies Now Listed In Ohio And Liable For The Payment Of The Excise Tax As Compared With Few That Fuliington Listed Splendid Record Of Banking Department Of Ohio Property Of State Inventoried For The First Time Coluumbs, 0 Dec. 29 In 1910 State Auditor Fuliington reported to the State Tax Commission tnero were on ly 38 sleeping car, freight lino and equipment companies in Ohio liablo for payment of the excise tax. The previous year 40 such companies paid the tax there being a lobs of two cor porations in one year according to Fuliington. In 1911, The State Tax Commission by impartially administering all tax laws has certified 98 sleeping car, freight lino and equipment companies for payment of the oxclso tax, thus in creasing the rovonuo of tho common wealth many thousands of dollars. Tho report of tho tax commission t...

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. — 2 January 1912

.SmW, 14 A .'Mr V I "1AE EtQHT ovMWHfTwrjtransiBn TOUR DEATHS i TO BE PROBED Husbands o! Confessed Murder ess Died Suddenly, SON AND DAUGHTER HELD "Nlra. Mary God'au, Who Admits Kill ing Her on-ln-Lay and Dumping Body In Pond, Was Charged With Killing Last Husband to Get Insur ance, but Wob Acquitted Mobile (Ala.) Police Find Bloody Clothes Buried Beneath House of Mystery. Mobile, Ala., Jan. 2. Eacn occupy tog a separate cell, Mrs. Mnry T. Qodau, her' son, VV'Illlo Green, and, laughter, Mrs. Theresa-Virginia Was serlebon, aro confined In the county JoH, charged with murder, the victim "being Fred Wnssciloben, huobnnd of tho latter, and for some time a mem Tbcr of the Moljllo police department. The body, In police uniform, was 'found In a pond some distance from tlio house, whoro it had heea hauled Mund thrown after tho erltnu whk com bitted, during a heavy rainfall. Mrs. Uodau confessed to killing her on-ln-law, claiming ho tried to as sault her In his room, and after she 1bat him o...

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. — 5 January 1912

' w y t vjw- jmr i?t fsmw ' tt' tfjir - pnr&fn s ' & tttUUCtfl B&ttiuer, But Ki-"F PRICE TWO CENTS IpIH I Bill 1 1 I1P 8 ia Seized With Acute Luncheon He Believed That Dignity Of United Statesiiould Be Up held At Any Cost And to Noted For Brevity And Virility Of Messages Handed Bat To Forcip'Jiov ernmen's Wanted Job Of Cleaning Up Spanish Navy With Single Battleship Washington, Jan. 4. Following an Illness of less than thrco hours, Hear Admiral Robley D. Evans, familiarly known to the American public as Fighting Bob" Evans, died at hla iomo In this city. The cause of hla death was an attack of acute indi gestion which came on after bo hat) eaten his luncheon. "Fighting Bob" Evans, to the coun try generally, was the hero of the acvr navy. It was his fortune to boon Hut spot in several seas when de cisive action was necessary to up bold his country's dignity, and bis method of standing up for the right J Americana and tho glory of the Hag sent renponslve thrills from the A...

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. — 5 January 1912

Vw yqwiBPr TyiTO .HjftS'BlrT,' ? ' twWiH' I THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FniDAY, JANUARY S, 1011. 14 ' .J. ?:- a,' i 7 &. 47 ) f m f h iVEN T ME TO PLEAD Ivfti Angoles, Jnn. 3, Arraigned fetter Judge Oltn Wellborn In tha iSWtoa States dlitrlct court, Olat A. tFrcflttaoe, Anton Jonhauuson and J. i!tV. Hansey, charged with conspiring to transport dynamtlo on pansenKor "trains In violation of federal laws, vwra given the 10 days they rtbked lib which to plead. They are to ap .r In court again Jan 12 to an - to charges In the Indictment. In Divorce Court Again. Cleveland, O., Jan. 3. Mrs. May &rrlngton Hanna Stnllo tiled suit Ufer divorce here against Edmund K. HsJlo, to whom she was ma-'rlod not SVrac after her divorce from Dan XL anna. Mrs. Stnllo charges gross mexlect ot duty. When you want n reliable medicine -"for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's 'Cough Remedy. It can nlwaya bo do "tiended upon und 1b plousant and safe 'to lake. For Halo by all dealers. CDNORE88 AGAIN IN 8ES5IO...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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