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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 January 1912

the World's Best Makes Says Farewell to Mt. Vernon Forever ROE EMERSON with 6 5$ THURSDAY FEB'Y 1, AT 9 A. 9 9 9 $ I m CO a SALE OPENS .STORM OR SHINE z out sale price. & i l i m 1 i: m 1 9 9 ! it 9 I m i o a 9 9 9 9 3 IT" nf the neatest and most astounding Merchandise S ales ever known in this part of Ohio. It is positively the greatest bargain offering ever attempted by this or any store, and S!flll bumins of almost every description and kind of merchandise that you need right now and during the coming winter, You '. T?a nf -r rwder that this will be one of the greatest andmost astounding Merchandise Sales ever known m tms part 01 unio. u We wish to impress upon the minds of . faJ D(SStonce in business. Every nook and corner is filled with bargains of almost every description -m vpRit in biest crowd ever known at a retail sale during ? " ""5 " . . A-J -Aa fcaTMi w n ht f-Pit.ir to all buvers. "-; T 0.r vmir eveg will be opened, for it is a magnmcem; array ui ui ia .- B.. - -- ...

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. — 30 January 1912

r,T,VSq!?mnffiX'''i"iF' w"r w t. ,.,,,,,,. i- 4pL .j - , -t-V-f3('W'f toirti iWnWii, imp r uuiaMjffiJigS5SggS J..1 " 7 mWWtiWIKHlil'WK'tHl"MHMKU WMWWH U1lntWHrsriti)iiPiwivjnr wnwwBuwwi I i. f tl'if i I ,i i lnhl.Mi "" WJ?1 i" ' 1 ''jJB" '"'J' ' ' "''f tJ TUESDAY JANUARY 30, 1912. Aft fel&Ht THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ft r fti Us VA, tt4 r J A - ;.n m .nfl ftl y s tl K tV tj'ji wt, - PROFIT Da Ore Is Excessive Com missioner finds Washington, Jan. 29 That oxcesBlvo roflU tiro made by the U. S. Stool Corporation In tho mlulng and trans portation of oro Is charged In a pre liminary roport on tho cost of produc "Uon in tho Hteel business by Herbert Knox Smith, commissioner of corpora tions. This roport was picscntcd to -"President Tnft and sent to the Houso "committee on wayn and moans for -consideration with tho proposed tovl klon of the steel tariff schedule, upon tvhlch the Democrats will caucus to--4 ay. "The prices of Iako oro," tho report declares, "havu been kept for many years a...

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 February 1912

hfiST3 1 wrippwwfwwssiw "yrnmiryrnK'K-"-'i'- )'iWfayFrr,J&TrvrfimwYTypr,TlQ&.,&- ' p ,yffl-W-7 jr n - - "Vll'fP,' V if, -mF2ji"-isi!r--' 'V3 I1! liettwjew stilt? .m PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1912 No. 10 ESTABLISHED 1836 : M ..! "t She s h l DELEGATES nn w la Til Tffi Eliminote Twenty-Two Save Marion Jurist Would Give Counties, Townships And Muni clpjlilics The Right To Vote On Question Same A Under Provisions Of Rose Law, Extending Time Limit To Five Years -Bowtile Makes Eloquent Appeal fsr Abolition Of Divorce Columbus, O., Fob. 1. By an al most unanimous vote the constitu tional convention declared that It would not wasto any tlmo on legisla te questions; touch the question of justices of tho peace; change tho preamble to the constitution, or change the criminal provisions of the constitution so as to permit tho placing of a man In Jeopardy twice. It did this by adopting the report cf the judiciary committee which recommouded the killing of 22 ...

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 February 1912

WJBE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. q.ijy.wpmMPim wniiiifww R WI frl ,v , . 4, , 4. 4. . . . 4. 4. 4. 4. 4- . FREUERICKTOWN 4. "i ? ! i J 1 i " ! I i J Prof. W. "W. Uordon Saturday wns l:ulatlnE ntnong his frlcnd3 hero Tfelddlng thom good-byo boforo going to fcla now work at Columbus. Frederick town loses a good citizen nnd a capa ble man. Tho nowly Installed ofllcers of Ann Mill Chanter, O. R. S., plensantly on tvtnlncd tho other members of tho brtlor last Friday evening. Mrs. J. C. Daguo nnd Mrs. Ida Davis Kftvo a six o'clock dinner to their tvlemls on Saturday evening last. About twenty-four wore present and imd a most enjoynblo tlmo as these hostesses know how to entertain. Miss VligH Coutor cntortalned a company of friends at hoi home cast of town on Tuesday last. Mrs. William McCluor fell on tho Ico ono day tho past week and fractur ed her loft forearm. Outsldo capital Is bolng Invited to Vsomo to Frodorlcktown and build re Bidoncos. Thoro Is nlwayB a bi...

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 February 1912

r 'Xn 'mftfs'? r FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1012. mw mum i mil THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THnCft ' P ESF. TAFT Makes A Short Speech To Citizens Of Kit. Vernon Greeted By Big Crowd At Pennsylvania Station Much Cheering When Presi dent Appeared On Plat form Of His Private Car For the first time In many years a president of the United States was In Mt. Vernon. President Taft was a visitor In Mt. Vernon four minutes Wednesday aft ernoon. His private car "Colonial" was at ached to the Pennsylvania train due ' In Mt Vernon at 2:03 o'clock. The train was on time In reaching Mt. Ver non and a big crowd of citizens assem bled at the station to catch sight of the president As tho train stopped horo President Toft carao out on tho rear platform of his car and was greeted with tremend ous cheering by tho crowd. Standing baro-hcaded on tho plat form tho president stated that ho felt very much honored by tho fact that such a multitude of citizens had assem bled. Tho prosldent said, "I am Just taking a ...

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 February 1912

M PAGE FOUR THE UJlimJ-l.'lim . J Mill W-WIUU-I II Ml tIPMIi.L W-'IJI .1 I WlraHmiiiawWi'grTEWIlfJPMrTVtJWIWIW DEMOCRATIC BANNER. Il IIIMI'I hi JHIIWIMIHIIilliM II IWIIlim nWIIWIIIIWiWl FRIDAY, FEDRUARY 2, 1912. After Inventory Clean-Up Sale Starts Saturday Feb 3, and Ends ALLISON M'FAHLAHD mount vernon, ohio PRANK HARPER, Editor Found Guilty of Murdering His Wife at Newark, N. J. o Meet And Discuss Health And Sanitation txi-WolacJLy MONUMENT SQUARE w CONGRESS Entered at Jho ML Vernon, 0 poit office as second claa null mattor. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, -five cents per lino. Subscription Rate $1.50 per year, MOVEMENT Is On Toot To Save The Qnall National Society Is Much interested Itoporta of starving quail hoard dur ing tin recont cold wavo and heavy snows aro receiving confirmation now that It Is posHtblo to callmalo tho dam age n-fleld. Howovor, tho appoala sent from various nourccn asking farmors and others to food tho birds undoubt edly s.-ivcil man...

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 February 1912

im FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVE. mn iwto iiuwty WBJ'JWjri iim III MM STATE FIRE MARSHAL lo City In Conference With The Prosecuting Attorney Relative To The Arson Cases In Village Of Centerburg An Injunction Suit Is filed In Common Pleas Plaintiff Claims Reversionary Interest Is Injured Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice John Li. Zubor, state Are marshal of Ohio, was In Mt. Vernon, Wednesday In conference with Prosecuting Attor wuow L. Tatu Crotnlov in reference to tho alleged cases of arson and burg lary at Centerburg some weeks ago. Tho caso3 wilPcomo up before tho grand jury at tho robrunry term of common, pleas court. Tho stale flro marshal will take actlvo part In the prosecution of these cases and his conforanco with the prosecuting attor ney on Wednesday was for tho pur pose of outlining the cases before thoy como up before tho grand Jury. o Injunction Suit Victor E. Brown has commenced a suit In tho court of common pleaB of Knox count...

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 February 1912

p' -r--- -J tZ""' ",T' ""i"' ""TTfiim inirnwniii . i.. . WiiiMiiiiwwwaSwjtMtitWiW'iiiiywiww '-" PAGE SIX ju hwuwuh !" Hiiiiiwirriinrii nnr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1012. ! i wnn i in inMiiiwi mwii wiwiMiiiwinii'Miinmii wwi'inm'niiiii iwmiwuih linn.. niiPiiminiiaiiniitniiTwinnwjwwnajwwruniLu I I II ! ! Ill !! Ill If HWItilllBiaM i Mi Vernon's Only Genuine Bargain Sensation JB&03E5 ES33ia:K33E&clxr Retiring From Business! Positively Quitting the Game For Good. Greatest Money Saving Sale on Record. WE ARE FACE WITH THE TREMENDOUS TASK OP SELLING $48,600 WORTH OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S HIGH-GRADE APPAR EL, OF THE WORLD'S BEST MAKES AND SELLING IT WITH THE GREATEST POSSIBLE HASTE. DISPOSDTG OF THIS IMMENSE STOCK WE DO NOT PROPOSE TO STAND ON CEREMONY OR HAGGLE OVER PRICE. THERE WILL BE SACRIFICED DURING THIS CLOS ING OUT SALE FOR THE. SAKE OF IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL. More Wonderful Bargains ! More Wonderful Values ! There'll be No Let Up or Abatement ! The Sole A...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 2 February 1912

kWPtH rfirrWF - ' artT-WJ?"-" " "f W "" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN V WOMAN ARRESTED in . In Columbus By Deputy Sheriff Woolison Wanted Here UNLAWFUL On A Charge Of Concealing Mortgaged Property To Send In A False Call For Hie Police UAIE5 Of Primaries To Be Held In Various States Ida Critchfield Formerly Of Mt. Vernon Faces Charge County Commissioners Award Contract For Bridge New Infirmary Director Is Sworn Into Office Upon u warrant aworn out by Man ager Jones of the C. R. Parlch Co. of this city, Ida Crltchilold, a former resident of Mt Vernon, was arrested on Front street, ColumbuB, Monday night by Deputy Sheriff John Wooli son on a chargo of concealing mort gaged property. According Iq the statement of Man ager Jones, Mrs. Crltchilold secured a largo amount of .goods from the store of the Parrlsh Company on the Install ment plan. Later It Is alleged that Mrs. Critchfield moved all the goods to Columbus. Manager Jones claims this was a direct vio...

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 February 1912

o imwT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. "Ht dnuni LUbAU Eggs, 34c; buttor, 30c. Mrs. Chnrlos Hayes visited In Cen Herburg over Thursday. Clourh for Bewlug mnrhlnes. tf Mr. James A, Kcllcy left tills morn- te lor Tolodo'o., on business. Mr. Hugh Noal mado a business trip 'lo Columbus Thursday morning on "business. Wt mnrtloa f P. J. Honecan's. 11 W, Vine. Miss Blanche George left Wednes day evening for a visit nt Chicago, 111. Mr. Josopli Lovlson has returned -firom u visit with relatives In Colum bus, Watch for "Tho neport," out about February Oth. Mrs. Arthur Mltcholl went to Con lerburg Thursday morning to spend Nho. day with relatives. Wax candlos at McCrystal's. 15 N. "Wain street. Silver Clrclo, No. 1, of the Vino troet Church will hold nn nil day ox than go Saturday. Mr. Edwnrd McCormlck went to Co iambus Thursday morning to make a &urt business visit. Cbolco cut flowers and artistic II oral work. Cbns. 13. Sharp. Mrs. B. C. Deoloy loft Thursday looming for...

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. — 6 February 1912

WWWPWBjJ''!!P'W?'1p3 - tTrYt,3iv" " " - "5 vy V'r atnuer 4- m MT. VERNON, 0., TUEglfeiY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912 No. 11 '' 8 PRICE TWO CElfTS ESTABLISHED 1836 Mtmoc tM& O Lk IE Cleveland Man Was Among Whirlpool's Victims Eight Lives Were Imperiled Five Members Of Party Crossing Niagara River On Artie Bridge ileaili Shore, Hut Three Are Carried Tp Miles Below Falls And Engulfed in Rapids As Thousands htano Helpless To Render Aid-Two Nearly Rescued The dead: Burrcll Hecock, Cleveland, O. Eldrcdge Stanton, Toronto, Ont. Mrs. Eldredge Stanton, Toronto. Niagara Palls, N. Y., Feb. 5. In full view of thousands, who wore helpless to Tender aid, though every effort was made, ono woman and two men who bad ventured to cross the Niagara river near the falls, on tho (co bridge, were drowned in tho whirlpool rapids, two miles below tho falls, to which point they had drift ed on the lco. Tho names of the persons lost on tho Ice bridge are be lieved to-tw?Mr. -nd Mrs. Eldredge Stanton of Toronto, Ont,...

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. — 6 February 1912

-'(wi)(CTcCTJF',,f?P,' AGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUEBDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912. f f i 1 . t DEATH OPPOSED BY MILLIONS If! FIGHT Columbus Physician Oilers Big fortune for Cancer Cure. Columbus, O., Fob. 3. Dr. L. M. Karly, ono or tho beat-known practi tioners In Columbus, is making a toost determined fight ngalnst death tram cancer, a Chicago radium ex tort bolng tho latest recruit sum TOoncd to the city to help combat tho lavages of tho disease. Enlisted In the fight besides tho 4hyslclans Is at least ono million dollars, perhaps two million dollars, "Which Dr. Early1 rocclvcd two years 'bgo from tho Eustman Kodak com sjny when ho void rights on Artura paper to tho camera company. Of a tclcntlflc bent of mind, ho expcrl sicnlod with X-rays 12 years ago and "becamo aflllcted with cancer. First two Angers wore amputated, then tho tana, and n week ago tho left arm -t tho shoulder, In a vain effort to Arrest tho growth. Dr. Early realized his approaching Jeath and repeatedly has offer...

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. — 6 February 1912

If,ffjplspp p xm, -- rfrfyr nt-,) y TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1012 DEATH CALLS C, L STURGEON To Ills Final Rest After Five Weeks' Illness The Result Of An Operation for Appendicitis Deceased Was At One Time Resident Of Mt. Vernon Had A Large Acquaint ance In Tills City Was A Partner Of J. M.Ickcs In Real Estate Business Mr. Clifford J. Sturgeon of Newark, who was quite woll known In Mt. Ver non, having resided in this city for eovoral months, died Thursday night at Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus. Mr. Sturgeon wus associated with Mr. J. M. Iclccs in the real estato busi ness in Mt. Vernon some years ngo and had n largo circle of acquaintanc es hero. Tho following from the Newark Ad vocate tells of his death: Clifford li. Sturgeon, one of New ark's best known and moat prominent business men, died at tho Mt. Carmol Hospital, Columbus, Thursday night at 11:45 o'clock, after an Illness of five weeks with septic poisoning. He was taken sick during the holiday season and rapidly grew worse until...

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. — 6 February 1912

. . .. . ....... jmi i .I n n .1 iiiMnpMmiMHMnnn WVJSffWJVPP 'f-yr"ffT.ww, w7"ikj-n '".1LJ. U '"' "'"'I'll' i II rfc7)l7T7T7Tu''ii umi.di.l mull KEBWmWIWMWJTW i. ma ii nmwu Wwtq wwMmHWft TWWmfcKi " -' "MW'flftMllli J""rl "? I'W'W&VMWW ,!J.'"T"",',wiaw!MrTr-'"'""""-"'" r,"'?y "!" ""''',"" 'f'!eJr-J" ""''"Wi -nrntfircyf uffiyiilyj)Wlfl'Vnft'' iit'yti (uin"-nffrqijw ," , . .1 1 T. J, , PAGE FOUR " THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1912. l V MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor The Last Call Before Our Annual Inventory TWO WEEKS ONLY o xxx a - "7V o o JaLly ; i i ' ; i h t 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Ml. Vernon, O., post office ae second claw mall matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Hate 11.66 per year, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8HERIFF Pleaso announce that I am a candi date for tlio nomination of tho olllco of Sheriff, subject to tho doclslon of tho Domocratle Electors at tho primar ies Tuesday, May 21, 1...

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. — 6 February 1912

'"ifwffWP TPT?1'lWtflT',,,"Sv '("'wey ? ""vr vw"iw-i ;- TUESDAY, FEDRUARY 6, 1012 THE DEMOPRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVE IBI1HWI MM itliMlllil'tf t'UlililMi &4 2 TO TAKE ACTION It Once Towords . Establish ment Qf Children's Home Commissioners Ash For An Order From The Court Which Will Give Them The Use flf The Sum Of $14,000 A Suit For Divorce Is Filed Id Common Pleas Other Nutes Of Interest From The Court House Tho county commissioners expect to tako action immediately towards tho establishment of a children's homo in Knox county. Tho commissioners aro holding a two days' session at the court house and tho matter will come up at this tlmo. Tho commissioners will first ask for an order from tho common pleas court for tho ?14,000, which is availa ble for tho purpose of building a home, but tho money cannot bo secured un til tho ordor from tho court Is ob tained. Tho threo commissioners aro hearti ly in favor of tho proposition and it will no doubt mean tho building of a now homo in Kno...

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. — 6 February 1912

Kxrtmnmnmmiimmmmmmmmm ' ..,M..S-itp r PAGE six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1012. 2" No. i!0 and is Quoted iu full, as fol LAND PAY lows: '& i 14 i SI IKS UP A BREEZE Does The Telephone Order At The Court House .And Officials Threaten To Have Instruments Removed Manager Arnold Of Tlie Hit. Vernon Telephone Co. Makes A Statement Fully Covering The Situation And Shows The Order Is Simply Compliance With Law Tho various ofllclaln nt Uio Knox county court Iiouho nro throatonlng to lmvo all tclepliouos owuod liy tho Ml. Vornon Telephone Company removed from the court Iiqubo. Tho nniihO of Uio troublo ia nil on ac count of an ordor Insucd by the Ml. Vernon company on Thursday, which provides that coiniiioiicliiK February 1, there wil bo a clmruo for toll ser vices between all polnta In Knox coun ty, excepting 1'Yed crick town and Gam bler. For Oio above. umtiorm tho ofllclals "will take tho matter boforo tho county commisBlonars an Monday and will nsk that nt least, a p...

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. — 6 February 1912

J V TUESDAY, rCDRUARY 0, 1D12 INSPECTION OF DAIRIES By Thn Slate Of Oliio Is Recommended By Dairy M Food Commis sioner Strode Reduction Of Taxes By Dem icrats Early Shown What Factory inspector Kearns Has Accomplished Commissioner Miller For Dili form School Text Books Columbus, O., Fob. 2 Stato Dairy and Pood Commissioner Strode has recommended that tho state Inspect all dalrlos. City bourds of health now do this. It has become a serious prob lem how to supply tho many large and rapidly growing cities of tho state with pure and wholesome milk and dairy products. Tho rules adopted by ity boards of health, under which milk nnd .cream are produced for the markets, differ materially. Milk that cannot bo admitted under the rules of one city, may or may not bo admitted in another. This renders uncertain tho supply and quality of milk and cream for our cities, and works a great hardship upon tho proprietors and managers of dairies. Practically all of tho dairies aro located without tho co...

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. — 6 February 1912

11 ""' Mil lf t'"ii n . f " iLiii it jl -U-1" u usjsr i1 jju ' i jnflju. m-iji .i ,Mn. hyiaIWMIlWM'lWW'Pf'Wlll'W'W'WWf .yjv ls etOMT THE DE&JOCJRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912. m & li K it' WKESILINti lalcli In This City Was Quite lntreiiii!) local Man Makus Great Show Iny Ayalnst Opponent A wrestling rautch of considerable interest was pulled off at tlio Grand thcatro'On Saturday evening, the m In lwut being between "Young Ootch" Al Haft) of Columbus nml Sychcd llahtnoat, an alleged Turk. Ootch tvon easily over bis opponent In spite f tho fact that he was out-weighed, tho first fall coming In'a fi action over Vlghteon minutes with a half Nelson sand crotch hold. The second fall was &n a fraction over four minutes, be ice executed by means of n. head fcauncen. "l'ho preliminaries wero exceptional ly Rood, tho first being spoiled, how ever, by rough tactics by both partlcl "jiants. This was between Gustavo Cutlanls, a Greek, and Blako, the lat ter of Columbus. The...

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 February 1912

. rTr S ' -.j to etnocni atttter PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912 No. 12 ESTABLISHED 1836 ZTrW'fflWlVt:l?'',XM&lf, T w-w;; m-"Tor r ri TC B '5 sr f fc. i W KL If. f lf , if , dIUlLUW "LAN RECEIilS Majority Of Delegates Oppose !. And It Caucus HoKliill Of Allen County Throws lacks in Path And Con vention May Pot Heel Down Hard (in Making Of Constitutional Provisions UiitMile Convention Hall Special Committee Reports I hat Ordinance Of 1787 Is Dead Letter At Present Time Columbus, O.. Feb. 8. Tho plan of President Bigelow nnd his ''followers o get a majority of the delegates to the constitutional convention Into a tnucua to agree upon an Initiative nnd referendum clause to be sub mitted aa a part of the new constitu tion, was practically exploded by Del gate Halfhlll, when a test vote on bis resolution to put an end to cau cuses showed a majority of members present favored the resolution. Rerorts spread that the DIgelow men had prevailed on 53 delegates to ...

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 February 1912

i ! mM'immmmmmmmmmimrmttx?h , fcJMrtrtWfMiliMiii'iilwiw'iiiWtiiliL !! P. 1AGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY FEDRUARY 0, 1912 if fr mlH ilmwrw ). 4. 4. 4. .f. f 4. .J. -r n -J. FREOERICKTOWN l -f't-T4 Miss Mary Grow, tcachor In tho "Walorford schools, visited with Miss luta Ackerman one day last week. Mrs. Xantha Ireland, who has boon Uitlng In Columbus tho past flvo "rtelcs, roturned homo tho past week. Mis. Catherlno Kirby, who has boon visiting for somo tlmp past at Colum 4ms also with Mt. Vornon friends, re turned homo tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wland were quests at tho homo of Eva Follon 0110 4ay tho past week. A number from this placo attended tho protracted meetings hold at tho fcatcmanlown M. V.. church last week. Miss Ella Hosack and Miss Uuth iTrizzclt, of Stnckhouso Corners, were Fiedorlcktown visitors last week. Mr. H. M. Uuhl and family, of Dar lington, O., wero visitors at tho homo t Mr. Willis Chllcoto ono day last "'reek. Mr. Prank Morrow recently bought t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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