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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 23 January 1912

TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. aw THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRBtt r ' K " ft. EXTREME CRUELTY Is Charged By Ada B. Hamp shire Id A Petition For Divorce Hied Against William Hampshire An Answer And Cross Peti tion In Divorce Case A Marriage Performed At The Court House Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Ada B. Hampshire has commonced a ault for divorce In tho court of com mon pleas against William Hnmp Bhlro. Sho states they wero married Atigust 1, 1889, and that four children wero horn to them. Sho charges tho defendant with gross neglect and states that on numerous occasions ho struck and heat tho dofendant and on ono occasion knocked her down. Tho allegation is also made that ho struck his daughter and drove tho old est son away from home. Tho further allegation Is made that tho dofendant threatened to kill tho plaintiff. It Is alleged that the dofoudant Is tho owner of property valued at ahout $2,500 and tho plaintiff asks for an injunction re straining tho defendant f...

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. — 23 January 1912

WflMMWIMWT1 -i-r,!. , , .,rr-. M.A.'tJ j.rfi'w-j rrif MfNHtoumb !W' '" 'W r. r - - 'f ,,i ' ' " V V i ' pAge pour THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. S -V SSIWSWrtNftWOTffl rT',SWr ARK ( ft fr' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor feiXExl"- w oolxJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho ML Vernon, 0., poit office ns second class mail matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, fivo cents per Una. Subscription Roto fl.68 por year, POLITICAL AftNOUNGEMENTS PRODATE JUDGE Pleaso announces that I am candi date for tbo nomination of tbo olllco of Probato Judeo subject to tho de cision of tho Democratic electors at tho prltnarios Tuosday, May 21, 1012. BISHA M. OROUCII. RECORDER Pleaso announce Oinl I am a candi date for tho nomination for tho ofllco of Recorder, subject to tho docislon of tho Democratic electors at tho primar ies, Tuesday, May 21, 1012. noiiuiiT u. MavmrtiNQ. RECORDER Plensd nnnounco tliut I am a candi date for tho nomination for tho ofllc...

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. — 23 January 1912

- ' Wtrv twti - i-j.t 7'vt" -i-v -"1-w' ' "i'" i mviiaiiaiiiiiiiiiii,. Wl .l.ttiP.. Hinpll iiiiwwWi,na T-"T-rr rt-TT-'il i immiihiMiainniniiiii . m nlifini.H.1,1 n)i,viimwi.-i.. S rVJJl, KJK to V T TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1012. THE SU SOUTH LAND INI .Il Interestingly Described By A Mi, Vernon Woman Who Is Spending The Pres ent Winter In Florida Writes Of Many Sights In City Of Augustine 8f The Flowers, The Fruits And The Fine Climate St. AiigUHtluo, Fla., Jan. 19. Editor Banner Wo arrived In St Auguotlno Friday noon, Jan. 12; warm and pleasant, but raining and tho cab tbat took us up tho city, suroly tried to tako us the most boautltul way, wo thought, for suroly wo reached tho land of flowers discovered so many years ago by Ponco do Leon. Each person must havo sought for tho fountain of youth and found It too, for tho peoplo seem to llvo to a ripe old ago. Surely no other name would havo suited this quaint old city. Great rows of palms with Its narrow streets and towering buildings 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. — 23 January 1912

b PAGE SIX TP'iwjwamB'iMJUum WIFE MADE AJBEAT To Administer Poison To Her Husband So It Is Alleged In A Petition For Divorce Filed By (tales Taylor Against Ida Taylor In Court Of Common Pleas On Friday Other Items (If interest From Temple Of Justice Charles Taylor Ims cotuinonccd a suit for divorco In Uio court of com mon ploaa ot Knox connly umilnst Ma Taylor. Tho plntutiff Htntos In his po tltlon that tlioy woro married August 29, 1907, and Uinl ono daughter was born to tliom. Tlio plutyllff clian;oa tho defendant with oxlVijtrio cruelty and Bross neglect, ,IIo says that tho defendant la alleged to liavo Hald that bIio would poison tho pluinlirf If ho did not leave hor, and that an booh an bIio got rid of him Hint bIio had othor tnon waiting to boo litsr. Tho plaintiff BtatoH that tho dofondnut ban rofusod to cook Ills munis and mend liln clotliOH. Ho further nllogea lliat Uio dofondant taught tho child to awear. Ho aakB for an Injunction rcalrnlnlng tho de fendant from In Aiiy wa...

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. — 23 January 1912

wM"ift4aMtiyii-iy i 1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SKVKrt L ..v f y 10 LEAVE ASYLUM v MnsBlllon, O., Jan. 20. Charles Gilbert Miller of East Liverpool, tho formor Bethany collego football coochr said that ho will leavd Massll Vm asylum In a fow days, get a Jot. &nd mako a homo for his wlfo, for morly Mrs. Lena Winters of Nowoll, W. Va. Engineer Fatally Scalded. New Bremen, O., Jan. 20. The Oteam guago burst whllo William ncrschfcia, engineer at ho Bell han dle works, was making a survey of tho holler, and the boiling water etruck hlra In tho face, burning him eo badly that he will die. Ills eyes were burned out King and Queen at Suez. Suez, Jan. 20. The steamer yacht Medina, with King George arid Queen Mary on board, bos arrived here. Lancaster, O. Jan. 20. Mrs. Nancy Hall, mother of little Ruth Hall, who died several weeks ago after eating pancakes In which arsenic was found, was indicted by the Fairfield county erand Jury, charged with murder In toe 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. — 23 January 1912

t ( '! v SSSEBBBgff i.wiiiilitoriimaBWfr 'v -i"" '"''"r'' TftB jfi eight THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. Tuesday, January n, iqm. I I; T ,.; ...- SHORT LOCALS 1 tZZ ?:" fAmlly' alrcady locatcd ? J"g!Jm.ig!i as. ;iii.; gaBBSSSi !. .sssffl -T L'- i Tl 11 128. a Lv; WK. & PRINCESS PATRICIA Daughter of Duke and . Duchess of Connaught. DUKE HASjtRRIVED BnnauBht Family to Be Quest of Ambassador Reld. New York, Jan. 22. Tho Duko of "Oennaught, undo of King Georgoand OTonior (jonornl of Canada, with tho Juchoos, their daughter, tho Princes Yalrlcla, and n small aulto, arrived liero this morning for a four-days' Islt to Ambassador and Mrs. Whlto law Rold. Tho royal party will bo tes free today as thoy desire until the 4lnnor to night nt tho Holds. There "will uo muRic afterwnrd, hut no gen ial company 1b plnnnod. NO GRAFT AT PEN "Megan Submits Report to Board of Administration. Columbus, O., Jan. 22. Attornoy 3enoral Ilogan inade 'public a lottor to tho etuto board 'of administration Jo which ho ...

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 January 1912

Am'iiiiMI aiitnn . Mi 4 1 jvutf, iAwmh ! iMMwUmw ttmt tmtmfptftV mvtwx PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912 No. 8 ESTABLISHED 1836 i w wpmmm w wm mm Wm wffcafcHfcMi 6 i k ,, ,. .r . ? Shi XXt mmmf fr' A. fv- -. LIQUOR IS Three Public Hearings Granted On License Question Convention Takes Its TimeDelegates In No Horry To Decide Upon Form Of Constitution They Will Pre sent To Voters Of Ohio-Judge Norris Creates Sensation By Quoting Decision To Show .Ordinance Of 1787 Superior To Present Constitution Columbus, O., Jan. 215. Debates ' to Ohio's constitutional convention ure not ready to dcclaro that they want to write an entirely new con stitution or merely submit amend stents, as was demonstrated in cm- pbatlc manner when they tabled, 80 to 24, Delegate Okoy's resolution "that the labors ot the convention bo confined to tho formulation of amendments to tho existing constitu tion and tho submission thereof, sep arately, to tho electors for adoption r rejection." 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. — 26 January 1912

HStMBWIWPW VTvrrn J. - i witoimat&m gb'MLa.nA. ,w,.. NJwar--VWVrMrt' lhAt-4rtUlktol VMi4nHH4a0fHil ssasBBFy?- Hf-M-wossrauMv, USSi 5SSES! jiiimimniinaniiin'-! ?T" i w VU 'i 9JHV"' t AE TWO. THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. RELIEF ANNQUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY The End of The World Has Come For Wit. Vernon's Finest Men'sand Boy's Store 'tailed For Several Poor Families At Once ; LV f,M- I i - r B w ft. liie Association Of Charities Makes Ad Appeal Tho Association of Charities met "Tuesday ovonlng at tho Y. M. C. A. "building, to consldor tho vnilous ques tions that arc pia3entliiK themselves, to tako action coiicenilng tho business " $ollcy to ho pursued lit tho various iinos of work that tho Association plan laid oro at present undertaking 'o fcoar roporta from committees that we now at work and for genorat dlB--u3slo;i. Tho mcotlng was fairly rcprosontn UiTO. and null enthusiastic. Itellef Superintendent Patrick Pur U reported tliat thirty-five families Uad applied ...

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 January 1912

f L 3P if K FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1912. liwifawiuuiwiiiFrwmiumiiuiwLiwiiiMiitifwr TO ABOLISH TIOFFiCE Of Country Justices Discuss ed t)y Mansfield Lawyers May Petition Constitutional Convention To Take Action To Have Such Office Only In ' The Larger Places A Lunacy Affidavit Is Filed Jo Probate Court Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice (Mansflold Nows) The mombors of tho Richland Coun ty Bar Association aro discussing tho proposition of asking tho constitution al convontlon to chango tho provision regarding township Justices of tho pcaco. They would abolish this court entirely whero there 'Is no Incorporat ed vlllago and enlarge tho jurisdiction of tho court whero thero Is an Incor porated vlllago. Tho townships that hava no incorporated municipality, would have to go to tho nearest vil lage If this plan prevailed, It would do away with several offices. Tho towns of Richland county which would bo ontltled to a justice court would be Mansfield, Sholby, Plymouth, Lexing ton, ...

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 January 1912

I 8ISSRwBSBSSmmi naMnMiwiwMiajMwitiwiiiMjjijt i m P$PJrW?r F?ppspW v-. ? I & 4 PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. rrwHpB '-fcj-""-1JiM,j-MJiinHriiawiMiii frifr--" i imMr L-"-"--"-!TiiHiiiiUhiii iiiHWrflfiilftTt'AlWirfWBrrllWfl1' mm&mmmm 'W'wPWfW?? f -,-...,,.. , & 'fl N i ? . Sl 1 11 . 8.' 5j It? f y i-i . jii . . '! l : m :;' t v 7ft t j. m m ' ' i B ;' ' -! -i u a MUUM I VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ej uLAi-xTooisLiy s MONUMENT SQUARE Entered ut the Mt. Vernon, O., poit office m Kt-cond clasi mull matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, flvo cents per line. Subscription Rate I1.G6 por year, , I I- .....,. I.I. .!-- .4.4. 4.4.4.4...4. 4.SJ. 4. 4. NORTH LIBERTY 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 I I" !' !' Mrs. Llzzlo Ilamsoy fa qullo sick with pnouinonla at U10 homo of hor sister, Mrs. Houtou ISoal at Mansfield. A. M. Dunmlro has beon confined to tha houso for Bovonil days hecauso of a hurt caused tiy a jilcco of lumbor I...

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. — 26 January 1912

,'jvl FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVR mtmrntrrmH mtuiwrm .' J-l VJs i ONE ROUND ENCOUNTER Of The Fistic Sort Between Two Well Known Men Polled Off In The Office Of A Ml, Vernon Attorney Al. L, Byrns And A. J. Solomon The Participants In Which The Former Re- ceived The Decision The Facts Which Led Upjto The Big Battle Amos J. Solomon, former bank pro- motor of Mt, Vernon, now a resident ot Columbus, and Albortls L. Byrns, cnHhlor of tho old Farmers & Mer- ALBERTIS L. BYRNS Victor of A One Round Bout With Amos J. Solomon chants National Bank, of Mt. Vernon, bow a resident of Cleveland, engaged In a most thrilling fistic encounter in the office of Attorney Lot C. Still well lato Wednesday afternoon. As far as the fistic end of tho affair was concerned is was all one-sided for Mr. Byrns was tho victor In one, Bhort round. Tho incidents leading up to tho ex citing bcouo are as follows according to tho story related by Mr. Byrns to a Banner representative: A...

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. — 26 January 1912

MTTgtiiMMnMirjij"'"' -I m """'" -11 I 1F1JPWT'W?,! " I f 1. MeaiiBfniaiifcutiAiMB tfrt wiNP''t -! PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. m i ?t.' ' M 1 fit' iflf r 9.S fMRT fei It Bf: r rM n m rw tS UMi B W- fc I f J l -4 j J Jf j J j ? .j. 'gangs .J. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Collo of Mt. Ver non were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Voinon Sunday. Mrs. J. Q. Orltchflcld of ML Vornon was tho guest of rolntivcn Sunday. JMrs. II. Q. Dell la norlously III. Mrs. James Carey and Mr. Charlos F. Carey of ML Vernon woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Caroy Sunday. Mr. Clyde Blggs of Croon Valioy was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clark recently. Mrs. J. W. Pryor returned to Now--ark ono day last week being called hero by tho serious illness of lior mothr, Mrs. IL Q. Hell. Mr. Harry li. Urown of Friendship was tho guest or Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Carey, Thursday Miss Julia Hell was tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Iloll of ML Ver non Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Clark woro tho gu...

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. — 26 January 1912

FRIDAY JANUARY 26, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQC SKVRft 74 t 'hs. ss $ f CONVENTION TO DECIDE POLICY Two Important Proposals Under Consideration Today. READ HAS I, & H PROPOSITION Delegates to Constitutional .Conven tion Meet and Get Ready For Real Work by Selecting Rev. Washing ton Gladden as Chaplain and Pro testing Against Simon Cronln a Telephone Operator Has Reputa tion as Lobbyist For Bell Interests' Columbus. O., Jan. 23. The Ohio constitutional convention today set tled down to its first week of real work. Announcement had previously keen mado of the engagement ot Rev. Dr. Washlneton"Glnddon of Co nmbus aa nhanlaln of the conven tion, and a resolution adopted re questing the Centra) Union Tele ffeone company to roplaca Simon R. G. M'CLELLAND Knox County Representative In Constitutional Convention. &&$&?$&$ A '' li iM .i'.'V! - I zktr-Xi :i l 'U7"Si & 'i'&s.. Gronln, who was involved In the leg islative probe of two years ago, aa telephone atte...

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 January 1912

n GlftHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1912. A tVi i' -?''. fc h1- P", F Vft ? 'H. u '", Cookery points 4 Winter Salad. Salads for whiter, whether served ""Svlth nmst incut or game, ore mi Im portant bnini'h of the cold weather Subdue. Huhids (.'nil be tniidu from most of the drdtnury winter vegetu "Hes cuulll'.awt'r.i. celery, beet rout, to tontoos, cabbages, etc, and there nro tilso available corn snlaa and the dor sum salad potatoes, the latter of frblch me prepared In the Gamu way fcj u potato sulud. Corn sulud Is often eaten without ny gurulsii, us It bus a delicate llavor f Its own. It Is at Its best, however. When prepared with beets, but only n simple dressing should be used. The beet Is a very valuable winter Aalud vegetable. It Is added its n gur Jdsh to most salads 'and can Itself lorm the basis of a most delicious Alud. A. fnvnrlte French beet salad Is mindo hh follows: Cut up a boiled beet into thin slices and steep In vinegar, pepper and salt for a fit tie...

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. — 30 January 1912

nPJWPTpMfWFW'5 "hP . "i !. .J,-.v'.;,'j,ln' ii. ,'t,,v.',;,..rjL.-..-.JTZj tvttocwAi mntr PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1912 No. 9 ESTABLISHED 1836 JJv fr ASK HOGAN LIFT Delegates Want nance is Bugbear To Convention-Chairman Peck Of Judiciary Committee Laughs At Fears Of Fellow Delegates-Long-Winded Orators Have Littie Show With Mem bers Of Liquor Traffic Committee, Who Declare Merits And Demerits Of License System Not At Stake Columbus, O., Jan. 29. Sometime torlng this week's session of the con stitutional convention Attorney Gen era) Hogan will bo risked for an opin ion as to whether there la anything to the ordinance of 1787 which will prevent tho convention from making certain Innovations in the Btato's or gatlc law. Tho delegate who will In? troduoo the resolution asking for the pinion will also Inquire whether oro Is unv thing In the venerable document which In any way will re strain the activities of the conven tion. Chairman H. D. Fecfc of the- Judi c...

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. — 30 January 1912

!$ a 3v ' 2 1 1 1 1 45? t 9 0 iv! : : S ft Is I I I Is le !! I ii .V. X v & 2 ".-j- The End Of The ! World For the Roc Emerson Mt. Vernon,; Ohio, Best Mens and Boys' Store Positively Going Out of Business. Positively Closing Out This Entire Stock ! Opens Thursday, Feb. I. Ends Forever Feb. 21 The Beginning of the End. WAIT Sale Opens Thursday, Feb. '1st, atr9 a. m. hl A TYH Store now closed and will remain closed un W J I JTl til Thursday, February 1st, at 9 a. m. REJOICE Sale Opens Thursday, Feb 1st, at 9 a. m. MOST GIGANTIC CLOSING OUT SALE OF MODERN TIMES Hr B H H ftK Mhv H H " " ! j BBB MB! HH H 3" H isf l iS - SB flf H H H - B B " b - Ih H H H H H ni 9 H I H iBs - B B B 'B B B H 9H ! HH H Hh fl ""Si Bfi L B ' VflV HBf tBHHflHH "H"i HHhI BMbbbBI HHHHHE "-HHHflH 48.600 Closing Out Sale at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Thurs., Feb. 1, at a. m. $48,600 WORTH OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., will be thrown on the counters, marked in plain figures, at a merciless slaughter This store wil...

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. — 30 January 1912

l B -'rfn "T'yj"(HI'.ljW'VTH,W"',TW(,nr" '-vf-t vr.rnBfl, , - TUESDAY JANUARY 30, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THUWT f Jll!i i WILL IS FILED M Vernon People Mention- ed For Sliare Of Estate The Will Filed In Probate Court In Washington - Edna Pipes Ordered Return ed To Epileptic Hospital Has Been At The Knox County Infirmary Other Notes Of interest From The Court House Tho will ot tho late Miss Francos S. Ilooy has been filed In the probate court In Washington, D. C. A num ber of Mt. Vernon persons are men tioned In tho will for a certain sliare of tho estate. The following concerning the filing of tho will J1 taken from tho Wash ington, D. C. Star: Dy tho terms of the will of Prances Sally Hdey, dated October 1, 1911, bequests of $100 each are niado to William C. Hooy, Itollin C. Curtis, Charles W. Curtis, Francis II. Menagh, Hattio C. Miller and Fannie C. Wither- 4 ell. Tho remaining estate Is devised to her brother, William C- Hoey, for life. On his death the estate is to be...

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. — 30 January 1912

jnmiOT ?5agfV--Tw- nw 7"W 'T - . n-"-" TXT . .'.'-' ffi55lsBw,!5r2i. .raw 1 iLauM'uMiirfflfi' " ni tummr ;iUvjiwitttfcfciiBaM& HlMKmmttlMll&2Z mSBmSKStm PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1912. 8NEAD MURDER CASE UP Bi MMtttJM fcBMilJ MltM.lMi ilMI ) r " ''', X it r K- i MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxxiLl-"Vf7oo33CjLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at iho Mt. Vernon, 0 poit offlco ns second claw null matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, flvo cents per line. aubscr1ptlon Rate 11.68 per year. POLITICAL AHNOUHCEMENTS SHEfllFF rioaso announce Umt I am a caudl date for tho nomination, of Uio omco of Sheriff, subject to Uio doclalon of tho Democratic kloctors at Uio primar ies TueBday, May Zl, 1912- .JOHN "M. WOOLISON. PROBATE JUDGE Pleaso announce .that I am candi date for tho nomination of tho omco of Probato Judgo subject to tho de cision of tho Democratic .doctors at .the prlmarlos Tuesday, May 21, 1912. SHUA M. CIIOUCH. Plea...

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. — 30 January 1912

1 'Yfr,vr"jirv7v -f ' ' TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC ijAWttfift. f Aak rvi f SCOTT WILL IHILEB Leaves Large Estate Which Goes To His Wife And To Children' Of Deceased m Brothers And Sisters The Case Against Waight & Levering is Settled m i -ii Id The Common Pleas Court Of Richland Co. Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The lost will and testament of Jos eph Scott of Morris township, Knox county, has boon Med In probate. By tho tormo of tho will ho directs that 100 acres of hlo land In Morris town ship bo sold at onco and that tho pro ceeds bo divided equally among tho children of his deceased brothers and sisters aa follows: To tho children of Wm. Scott, Geo. Scott, Maria Taylor, Rebecca and Anna Brook, John Scott, Mary Dcnman. Tho testator gives to bis wife, Phcbo Ann Scott, all his housohold goods, farm Implements, etc. To Andrew Ball bo gives tho sum of $500, to tho children of Elizabeth Dice $500. Ho directs that all tho rcslduo of his estate be give...

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. — 30 January 1912

UflttSflH 1 t 1 ?r r7F?Fsr 'Tywiy -rji '' "Mil i M ii mil n . - tii)iii. ifiMH Hi , V HHWHWSftftMBWH &t tV c H-' Of- ," . v f ' 3 ;Vi ?. . J.S i -"a . -vi J"r '9RZ wiTT .!?. ?' i A'. 1 Ui7 i.' -I !! '1 c 1 ' w- PAGE SIX i H1IJIUH,III THE COUNTY BETTER OFF Finonclally Under Tlie Salary Law For flificials The Sum Of $7,400 Turned Bach To The Treasury After All Expenses Of County Offices Were Paid A Divorce Suit is Filed In Common Pleas Other Items Of tateres! From Temple Of Justice Knox comity Ih -much "taller oil un dor tho present salary law at county ofllclnls according to tho figures glvon out Friday at llio court Iiouho. Under tbo old law all surplus In tho -various county DfllceK wont to tbo of ficeholders. According to tho present law all moneys remaining in tho hands of tho various ofTicials, after all of tho expenses of tho olllco and salaries have been paid, Is paid over to tho county, During tho present week tho sum -of f 7,400 was paid over to tho county by tho vaTloim...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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