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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 January 1912

3 " r iffrw(jg&imr r- -,, ' i , v '- - i. q i FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1011, THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNER. PAOK THM I ', m m m ' ti m 4S J ftjsV ! Take v&jjr I, I In I'll 1 Rs- 111 I I I 1 I COP1HionTD i 04 . iuKHOAun eco for us to do is to sell them them, and make our prices will take them at 1-4 9 Remember One-Fourt Off IHOPIftiOnTCD it VBHJP Great Saving. Faultless Clothes Shop On the Square (Both Ways)' $ 1-4 OFF ON BOYS' SUITS & OVERCOATS $ ((F FARMS 270 Acres HAVE YOU Here is an INVESTMENT that is worth FIVE TIMES as much as an equal bank account and ITS SAFE Farm. Is a good producer and lays neither too rolling nor too flat for a gonoral purpose farm. Spring water In every field but one. Five hulled clover stacks tell a silent story In themselves to any farmer. Good 11 room house with collar and furnace. Largo bank barn in good repair buggy shed, crib, etc. Fine C acre fruit orchard. Sovoial acres) of timber for fuel and foncos. 40 raiuuto drlvo to either Mt. Vernon or Frederl...

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. — 5 January 1912

ssFrqrT fVGG FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY B, 1911. :SQGGSe0QCCee03S0C0SCSQeQa86CSCMZCCCU3309S933Slt3983893a88S98l)S tD TOR i 1 m. IX-' &t . Xi mi i:n: EJV" y W-UNr VERNON, OHIO hank HARPER, Editor d-VCo olacly voNUIV)ENT SQUARE Kulmt-d at the Mt. Vernon, O., post Offlr. iip eecoud cl&si null miittor. RuhHcripnon Itate ?1.C0 por your. PRINGFIELO'S NEW RAILWAY STAT 388389QO9S8889888888988ZC(e988S9S0aeOS93e93eeSS988eSSS888S8e8888V888OBV 0 USE OF A DOLLAR "Ten years ai;o a KaiiBaB farmor put hlis Initial on n. dollar bill. I'llo noxt day he wont to Uio nearest town and spent it with a merchant, ileforo tho yoar was out ho had got that dollar bill back. Four times In filx years tho, dollar enmo back to him for produce, and tlirco tlmcB ho hoard ot It In tho pockots of hlfl neighbors. Tho last "Umo ho got It back wiia fdur years ngo. Ho sent It to n mall order houso. 'Ha hnR never seen that dollar Blnco, nor never will. That dollar Will never vay any moro school dr ...

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. — 5 January 1912

M FT?' CT ' l '"' fpi'Vfcr " r . FRIDAY, JANUARY B, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAOE FIVK KiiliMPJiiBi Imi U, v ENIIST And Women Again Play Raiders At Newark Newark, O., Jnn, 4 Followed by n Joorlng crowd, Dr. II. II. Emory, his wlfo and oovorul othor women, led a Bocond raid J.odaj upon Qcno Schlo gol'a place, whoro It was charged liquor waa bolng sold. Dr. Emery re cently led a similar raid and on that occasion as today, tho iriovo was un successful. Tho aplsodo Is regarded a ono of tho preliminaries of tho "wot" and "dry" fight which will bo sottle'd by tho voters of Licking county at a Roso law oloctlon next. Saturday. GIN AND QUININE Old Not Mix Well And Frcilcriclitown Mao Was "Pinched" SUPPLIES ALL 6? CONTRACT Commissioners Receive Nine Bids Qn Wednesday And Will Award Contract On Next Monday Grace Sparks Wants Divorce From Frank Sparks (Mansfield Nowb) Mi C. hosier, of Predorlcktorn, oamo up to see tho sights whllo tho shop In which ho Is employed, is olosctl. Officer Lurz ...

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. — 5 January 1912

,., 'jymjvt-v'lpl ,WWT'W!'W?jK BWr m ni" " r AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1011. )T(firwwnwmJiwwijefiMfg 'Jr vutrriw.wjwjBigrjCTFwi- ajiiJwiawrjF-rjTix'rrJiWMwn'JUr.MBia mwiuarwiatijpwfluiwgjiT V F IV . P t j P.V - ft'-- rV Sl-if' ft" m; It.-, "', S?..' ' u'. hn M. . .. ' R.SV- ..' FREDEHICKTOWN j. , j j. ! . j, Mr. Horbort Kcyca vlaltod at tho kemo of Mr. Thon, Wlneronn at Mt. Otload last wcok. Mrs. Ward Motlclt and Mr. 1). V. Totts were giiosta at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Mooro last wook. Mr. P. A. Day and family roturnod from Seville, Ohio, on Wednesday last after spending several days tuoro with ttslatlvesi Mr. William Stultr. of Cordlngton and Mr. Albert Stiilt of Crostlltio vwxjro at the old home a few days tho ipBt week. Mr. -Wm. Deboll and family of Con ttorburg and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mo lick were- guests at 'the homo of Mr. John Mollck tho past week. Mr, Charles Sinllh and daughter of Flndlay, Ohio, spent tlio holidays with 'tho former's father, Mr....

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. — 5 January 1912

t " CTI(SWwteAiw).Bjflf .- wjtjyrW"Al4w.i-'a- fan jiv . f 4J!!l!ln!?r7TpaB5Ki55wj FRIDAY, JANUAHV 6, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE 8EVK 3 pr A Statu of Ohio, city of Toledo, 1 Luca County, l""' Frank J, Clicnoy makes onth that lie to enlor pirtnur of tho firm of V, 3, Clioney & Co , dolnK bualncsn In tho City of To lodo, County and Btato aforrsal'l, and that wild nrm will pay tho Bum of ONIC HUNOUEP DOLLAI18 for each and ev ery rnsu of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho mo of IIALVS CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed In my nrewnre, this 6th day of December, A. D, 1S. (Seal) A. W. OI.nABON. Notary Public Itall'K Citiirrli Curo Is taken Internally and nets il r"( tly upon tho blood and mu com nurfp tk nf tho system. Send for testimonial free, P. J. flTHNBY & CO., Tolodo. O. Bold hv nil Drugglflts, 7Bc, Tnko Ilall'pi Fatally I'IIIb for conitlpnllou. ADMINISTRATOR'- NOTICE Notice is horoby given that tho un dersigned litis been appointed and qa...

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. — 5 January 1912

-5-r3r5& ' - ',,. . g ... ., ;'itiV.y'yrmiiMr AK EIGHT . i THIS DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FHIDAY, JANUARY B, 1111 (UrfAIHwi44S tfcSly'AKSCS,5 i R' . l & i E i; in R ; M u J K !. 0? w it -rtk .-..v 1HIEVES GET AWAY WITH RICH BOOTY Soft Newark Jawalry Store in Sight of Pedestrians, Newark, O., Jan. 4. With a. worn 'Xti and llttlo girl watching thorn as "by worked, thrco buiglars looted Ihe lewelry storo of P. J. Pratt of vMamonds, watchoB and otlior valu blcs amounting to $10,000. The toro is located In ono of tho main business sections of the city find the tDbery was committed In view of 'Pissing crowds. Tho yeggs gained cntranco through door at tho roar of the storo and "Went to tho front window, which licy stripped clear of its contents, iputtlng their loot Into oil sacks. Next they rifled showcasos and draw ers, securing many valuablo articles. As tho burglare worked Mrs. J. W. 'Weakly and llttlo Mies Hazel Swnnn ffttood In front of the window. Mrs. Weakly bcllovcd tho men to bo ...

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. — 9 January 1912

Isggs?l 'n'mmT', Fm, iV .1 1 N. flV A Mil jem$c "ff PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912-No. 3 ESTABLISHED 1836 f 1 I fill IP ratfc nS r& 9 ALL READY FOR DROP OF GRAVEL io's Constitutional Convention m Opens Tomorrow , - i Hm Bio Questions, including Initiative And Referendum, Will Occupy Most Of Delegates' Time-Long And Warm Sessions Predicted By Those Conversant With Situation-Judge Dwyer 01 Dayton, Owing To v Age, Will Preside At Opening Columbus, O., Jan. 8. Judge Den nis Dwyer of Dayton, who by virtue or his ago will bo tomporary presid ing; officer of tho Ohio constitutional convention, -will call the first session to order at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in tho hall of the house of representatives. Tho Green bill, au thorizing tho convention, provides that the oldest delegate elected Is to net as temporary presiding officer, end aa Judge. Dwyer is S3 years old, (bo l.onor therefore falls to him. After the delegates have presented their credentials, the ...

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. — 9 January 1912

- F;?7'w7,'',w ' v r ....MU!,,.... T' iAGE TWO. THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 912- Jfntww ' J B H f ml f w. ft . 4Hr,i K I 5 m le K TWO ECLIPSES To Be Visible Here During Year 1912 Two eclipses of tho sun and two of o moon will tnko plnco during 1012. Ono oc'ilpao of oach celestial body will "ke vlslblo In Mt. Vornon and tho other Two will bo Invisible to practically nil arts of tho United States, accord ing to tho latest nlmnnacH. Tho eclipse of tho sun which can bo seen horo la scheduled for April 17. It may bo witnessed from all por tions of oastorn Nortli America, portli rn and northpnstern 'aortlons of Uurope, northwest Africa and western Asia. Tho ocllpso will bo what Is known us a central ocllpso, meaning that tho central part of tho sun will bo In xbadow. Tho phenomenon will bo seen at its best Just nt suurlsa on tho morning of April 17. Tho vlslblo ocllpso of tho moon will bo September 28. It may ho seen In untral and westorn parts of tho Unit fed States and 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. — 9 January 1912

1 "''' i"WMiHiiiiHMd m ...-,- r ' -it-' tut il 1 .UNI ..-- i i.li-r--nr n l I I I tueoday, January o, 1912 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. I. Ot IJIl'MI I u in.. I I . IJJ.JILIL" i l.i..ili. 'i JJ!J, mi.iiiji.jm ij. ,. ,,,,', ,','" ' Jm.i I,..,. iii ., I PAGE THRUt f 4fl Jo , I If All TRM RLE LIBRARY HEATH GOES IN ANNUAL D1PHTHLRIA I" school notes i I D bm m umjf m ms r, 11 II HI n iT Yt M 1 J kt W V M i it "t " tUK NU1H1NU Over The One Per Cent. Tax Law Says ilogan Could Have Cleared Worries Months Afio Up But Was Never Asked To Do So By Anyone A Suit Is Filed In Common Pleas Court For Tiic Purpose Of Tearing Down A Church (Columbus Dispatch) Contrary to tho vlows of many local taxing authorities in various parts of tho etato, Attorney Gonoral Hogan Friday held that tho Smith ono per cent, lax law docs not inako tho amount of taxes raised in 1010 for any particular purposo tho limit for tho amount to be raised for tho same purposo In 1911 or any year thereaft er. Ho explains that tho total ...

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. — 9 January 1912

'W anwmliMiw' liXrtWMBWIMrt lAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, JANUAnY 9, 1912. it 1 Ml fPie Banner, MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 8omi-"Wootely 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post office ne st'eond clasa null matter. "Subscription Hate 11.66 per year, imiuuMMiEteis PROBATE JUDGE Please announce that I am candl date (or tho nomination of tho olllco of Probate Judgo mibjoct to tho de clslnn of tho Democratic oloctors at tho prlniarloa Tuesday, May 21, 1912. SH1IA M. CROUCH. WEEK OF PRAYER facing Observed Tills Week At Tin; Baptist Church Tho First Baptist Church will oh sorvo the wook or prayer as follows: Monday, Jan. 8, 7 i, in. Prayer for olllccrs. Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1 p. m. Prayer for chuich, Wednesday, Jan. 10, 7 p. m. Pray er for Sunday School. Subjects for ThuiHday anil Friday will bo announced later. All membcra and filendi Invited, Lot evtiy nicmbor bring bis or hor chuich iiunual. Ashtabula, 0 Jan. 8. Just aftor Albert Olson wan takon to tho...

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. — 9 January 1912

in ; II I 'iuuuuay, JANUARY 0, 101S TTciE Id Hie Dales For Grand Circuit Meet Now York, Jan. 8 When tho stew ards of tho Grand Circuit got togothor at tho Waldorf-Asorla tomorrow for their nnnual mooing sovoral Important mattera will como up In tho forming of tho major racing circuit for tho light harness horso of 1912. At least two applications from now clubs will bo rccolvcd, tho Columbus matter will bo threshed out and sovoral other Im portant subjocts will bo discussed. Columbus will bo welcomed back to tho fold and Lexington probably will bo taken In, which means that thoro will bo no clashos over datos this year. Indianapolis and Goshen, which wero Included In tho circuit last year, will bo droppod. Pittsburg, which has not had professional racing In moro than o quarter of a contury, would like to boo tho Grand Circuit fliers at Bru not'o Island noxt fall. Tho Btewards Boem to think woll of tho proposal and It is regarded as highly probable that Pittsburg may bo taken In. Sale...

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. — 9 January 1912

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912. iuuwnwniMjmiicHaviRi'u,jiaiiv9i WwMIWIIWIIIHgllHIMWMimjJIM THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. kVi f It fi? k I ft I' I I P- f IE ANNUAL MEETING Qf The W. C, A. Held On Wednesday Afternoon Ben Interesting Reports Of Jeafe Woft Given And officers Elected For Tlie tainy Year The " Association Prosperous During The Year 1911 list Of Donations Received At Home For Aged (By Mi Ira Atwood, Sec'y.) Tho nnnunl mooting of Uio Womnn'a Chrlhtlan Aafloclnlloii wns hold Wed nesday afternoon. Inn. 3rd; at tho Homo for Uio Agoil. Tho limial busi ness of tlior-inoiilli wiib InuiBnctod, 'Dip liauio of Mrn. Kranlc Wllfeon wafl presented for ineiiiboralilp mid nccopt ed. A oto of Uianks waw oxtendod to tho physlclauo who havo kindly do tiatcd tholr hoivIcch dining tlio year. The Association alf.o oxprosscd tliolr apprccintlon of Uio beautiful Wblo Drrsentcd to llio Homo by Mrs. 13. A. Sanger, and of Uio many other vnlu nblo glilB Hont by friends at Chrlst waa tlmo. Tho rojiortH of olflror...

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. — 9 January 1912

1 ,''Tn'v,?m?i!rW'r'7 pi " m - 4) "j n ft T TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1012 THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. PAGE SEVBfe WNWWWr7vr r j n. MERCURY TAKESTUMBLE Coldest Weather Of The Winter Is Experienced Five Degrees Below Zero All Over The City While 14 Degrees Below Re ported At One flace Several Poor Families Were Given Relief By The Associated Charities Of The.liily On Friday Tho coldest weather of the present winter was experienced by Mt. Vernon on Thursday night and Friday. Thermometers In, various parts ot tho city varied na to temperature Fri day morning. Tho average was from X to C degrees below zero, although in ono section of tho city the report ifjiB eeut In that tho morcury -wont down to 14 dogrees below zero. Tho mercury started to fall shortly after noou on Thursday and went town steadily until tho early hours of Friday morning. On Thursday after noon thero were snow flurries and a wind from tho northwest that blow regular galo. In fact tho wind kept p oil night and a greater part of F...

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. — 9 January 1912

miiMreimrBWt ' ,y'f-"'rT-'- - - -i -'j' 'w,Ty,fa"i,J' ' M SH' K.'.' ' w fcf 1 A St f J. I r ' L V tf" " AGE tlOHT .am imiuii uii in SEEK TO ALLAY - PUBLIC FEARS Monetary Commission's" Report Ready (or Delivery, hy That Proposed Reservo Associa tion ts Private Corporation and Fact That President Is to Name Governor and Certain Government Officials Are to Act as Ex-Offlclo Directors Is No Menwc t 'to Non partisan Character, T.'.3li:nstGS, Ja. G. Congress borrow will receive th report of 10 uatiunai monetary comcitssiGu. fchlcn represents lour jotrs" i&ssr ttudyms tho financial systems ci 'ihU and the principal countries ct Xurofio, and outlines a plan fur lha establishment of a national reser.'o Association along tho lines ihathnvo fclready been published. The report makes sumo Interesting comment on tho purposes of tho sys tem. Its probablo effects, and on the Question of control. In rci,ara to trio ear that tho proposed nev ,niiivJng J"stcm might bocomo' involved In volition, th...

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. — 12 January 1912

rroT 'w ir " WJI VMrW? fc?fwf jettuwra vmmt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912 No. .4 ESTABLISHED 1836 & mm M INDEPENDENTS MAKE CHARGE Osclars Railroads Favor Siael Gorpcraticn. TRUST ORDERED Tfl SHOW RflOKS Proposed Panama-Pacific j Tower and Man Who Plans It X Bigelow Is Then Delegated To Name Committees Lampson Resolution To Have All Committees Of Const! tional Convention N.imcd By Committee On Commit tees Selected By Congressional Districts Causes Uproar And Is Withdrawn After Eloquent Appeal By Presiding Otficer Columbus, 0., Jan. 11. President Bigelow of tbo Ohio constitutional convention, after a hard fight, suc reoded In having tho Lampson reso lution, which It adopted would havo taken from him tho power to namo tho committees of tho convention, withdrawn. Tho Lampson plan con templated tho selection of tbo com mittees by a committee of one dele gate from each congressional dis trict, such oommltteo to bo named toy the convention. Iurlng tbo proceed...

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. — 12 January 1912

L;i.w...;tM...A.-.i.i ..i...fi,in1llinllUllM pnKiEK',S,iiSi5cB; ili&matmmBimrvstmatmiiismumtit Mmtrmississmtssutumm GE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. r I S i AM I k vs i 1 1 ; t ft ;li t I ftij f ft 81 4. FREDERICKTOWN $ ! ! . .J. Ja .J. .J. t. J . ! ? Mr. O. C. Amsbnugh died at tho resi dence ot Ills sou, Mr. Frank Amsbaugh "Sear Ankcnytown, on Monday, Janu ary Sth, at 10 a. m after an Illness of several months from canror. Aged -seventy-six years. Tho funeral was fcold on Wednesday aftornoon at tho Stalin church llov. Jones olllclatlng. interment In Merlin cometory. Mr. T. M. Dill on Wednesday and Thursday of this week nttended the -Snootlngs of tho County Commission jots' Stato Association at Columbus. Mr. B A. Day, editor of tho Hellvllle Messenger was a visitor at his broth--'s, Mr. h A. Day, on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Mllos Fish of Jit. Vernon, 0., fepnt Monday In Frcdcrlcktown the bluest of Mrs. Dud Illneharl. Miss Hazol McCutchen wont to Co lumb...

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. — 12 January 1912

rr" rf "l FRIDAY, JANUARY f2 19fM2. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRKRi xs a. Y V BALTIMORE GETS BIG CONVENTION Gbeck for $100,000 Looks Good to Democrats, PROMISES NOT CONSIDERED Jura 23 la Selected as Date For the Opening of Convention That Is to Name Next Democratic Presi dential Candidate Bryan's Plan For Presidential Preference Prl. mary In Every State Is Knocked Out and Option Given to States. Washington, Jan. 10. Although Denver, St. Louis, Chicago and Now York mado profuso proinlsos, Balti more with Its check for $100,000 In hand, won the Democratic national contention, and June 25 was picked as tho dato. Two ballots wore taken by the Democratic na tional committee. On the first Baltimore had 25 votes, St. Louis 19, New York 1 (tho voto of Chairman Mack), Chicago 7 and Denver 4, but Donver withdrew Immediately aftor tho ballot was nnnounced. On tho socond ballot Baltimore had 29 votes, St. Louis 22 and Chicago 1, ropre Bonted by tho state of Washington. On that ballot Illinoi...

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 January 1912

iwirWlWHmu?m . - j--., mt.'vsBiSijfxxS'wut t' .'-'. IVJl'B.'TT? "J. ilJ i. I 4PAGE FOUR THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. " !( toQ0 4 EY CLEAEA MOUNT VERNON, OHIO S U ix 1 1 L FRANK HARPER, Editor -o Kxai- Woolsly MONUMENT SQUARE KKCBMSSftWnA'J " NCE SALE? 5V ; ' .i irMi i4 Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post office ne second nlasa mall matter. Bubacrlptlon Itato $1.68 per year. SILVER Calicoes, 4c All black, red Calcutta, grey nnd sterling pi luts, none to dealers. .4c WEDDNQS Can. Ee Celebrated By these People Tills Year Of They Are living And Have Not grated A List Of Persons Married In Knox County In 1887 .And Who Can Celebrate 25tfi Anniversary Tliis Year look Over Ik List And See jf Your Name Is There Tlio following persons, If living, aro euttlcd to cololiratu their Silver wed ding annlvorunry this year, ax tho roc orda at tho ICnox county court Iiouhu -showB that tbo following couples woro .married In tbo year 1887: 'Eugono Loney and Ilalllo 13. Itlco. Amos Tl...

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 January 1912

I Hi 1 1 I' f II FRIDAY, JANUARY 1?, 1911111 I fix . u " "" t ii ""' "in iiwiiiiii unrww imiimi nwiriwiomiiT nmm Viirr rimtrif-"t-1-"rr'TftUTatnn M THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVtT FIRE CLAIMS , SIX VICTIMS Hew York Financial District is Threatened. rr EQUITABLE BUILDING IN RUINS Billion Dollars' Worth of Securities Stored In Steel Vaults Are Sup posed to Bo Safe Money Loss Will Not Exceed $1,000,000, as Structure Was of Antiquated Type and Was Soon to Have Been Razed. Bank President Injured, Now York, Jan. 10. Flro com pletely ruined tho building of tho Equitable Assurance society tho first exclusive oOlco building In Now York. BIx men lost their lives In tho wreckage, ono being Battalion Chief William Walsh of tho flro de partment, who was carried down by a collapsing floor as ho was loading his men upward toward tho Lawyora' club rooms. Three em ployes of tho cafo Savarln, who wore trapped on tho roof, plungod to death when tho flames reached them. Wil liam Glblln, president of ...

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 January 1912

9!m!l"aHBHBHWffiK9n svrv t'"rr,.t,pT''tP MpHfWIvMffV'K JfggttiSmmAMiMTMAUUMmmMMmmmmnmi fr it ( PAQE SIX uiLiwijwwiwwaalsMCwnMniiiii twwmmnmn THE MAYOR SPEAKS OUT AY The Meeting Of Ttie City Council Monday Right ;Says The Funds Of City Are Low At Present Time And Cuts Out Two Offices To Save Expenses Mayor Also Opposed To License On Pool Rooms And Council Promptly Re peals Sucli Ordinance Retrenchment and economy is the pllcy of Mayor Pcrtine. This was made plnln at the meet Ing of the city council Monday even ing when the mayor announced that under his administration the city would do without the services of a reg ular city engineer thus saving the bulk of the salary that has heretofore been paid to such an official, the mayor stating that he had arranged to cm ploy an engineer when specific servic es of an engineering character were needed, and ho was to bo paid for on ly such servce Instead of a stated yearly salary,. Mayor Pcrrlnc also announced that the services of a fiumano off...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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