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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 February 1912

r,,$KiRHS&y. I THE DEMOOKATiO BANWEK. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1D12. PAGE THREE k r-m. . tPl-P mm jiikv REPORT To Judge Wickliam On Wednesday Morning Nine Persons in , Indicted For Burglary The Usual Report About The Jail is Made To Vote On Proposition Of A Children's Home Other Nutes Oi interest from lhe Court House Tho grand Jury ot tho February term of common pleas court made a report to Judgo Wlckham at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning, returning tho fol lowing Indictments: Charles Foster Burglary. Clarenco Foster Uurglary. Samuol Gould Burglary. Frank Foster Burglary. Glenn Solby Burglary. Bernard May Burglary. Hubert Lindsey Burglary. Forest Butler Burglary. Charles Foster Arson. Claicnco Foster Arson. Samuel Gould Arson. Frank Fostei Arson. Glenn Solby Arson. Ida Crltchfleld Selling and secret ing mortgaged personal property (two counts). Daniel It. Cooper Neglect and re fusal to provide for his child under 1G years of ago. One Indictment is witheld from tlio public at tho present...

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 February 1912

W!mm&wWT nWWWBWSmff BWMraww'TOisCTmWa -wBKM WtffJH'f ' "";' '?WI$Q THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rTTTTTi 1 n ii ii i nrTwnrrrfir -rriiiiiiriTTT'iTTrTrrn'fitliTirTiiiii-iiiii in iiiiirii.ni in n j i 1 1 i i u Tii r n i mi m lasiM w iwpwpwwt wm i " --- f-. i . . ! rtiytn(MaMM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9. 1312 ifif-iiJA rrr if 4 9H n.M VERNON. OHIO wan -ARPER, Editor .... W ools.lv MONUMENT SQUARE niMii hi :iti Mt. Vernon, 0., post on -tiMii.i class mall matter Society News Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. B -iriiiinii Rate 11.58 per year PROGRAM For Lincoln's Birthday Memo rial In Tliis City Tho following In Iho program for Lincoln's Birthday niomorlal to bo held In tlio G. A. II. hall In this city on Monday cvoulng, February 12, at 7:30 o'clock: Introductory Cot LoKor O, Hunt Invocation Itov, V. A. Clommor. Song, America Quilrtolt and audi- enco. Rending, Lincoln's Memorial Ad dress Mru. O. G. Danlols, Address, Lincoln Tlio Patriot Hon, George Coyner. R...

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 February 1912

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PArtE FIW !-. " J is THE PENN STOCK Ordered Sol;) W Public Auc tion By Judge Wickham, After Hearing The Mailer In lonunon Fleas Court Attorney And Receiver Al lowed Fees By The Court The Last Will Of Anna Howell Is Filed In Probate Other items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Tho attention of Judge Wickham was occupied Wednesday In hearing tho caso of R. I. Francis, receiver, vs. 1,. C. Ponn. There was a largo array of legal talent on each side, a number of attorneys fiora other cities being Interested In tho case. Tho caso was warmly contosted from start to finish. Judge Wickham allowed William A. Ilosack the sum of $400 as attorney for receiver and George Sharp tho im of $200, as receiver for tho busi ness of L. C. Penn at tho present time. Tho court further ordered tho stock of goods In charge of tho receiver, on 8. Main ctroet, which was tho proper ty of L. C. Penn, to bo sold at public auction and tho business closed up at tho ...

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 February 1912

,...r,i4Mrfti'Mww PP -.., t mm -fWi iwrjf"' ' frrTff-gttaM"j:iarYr i-iii"M'ftWSi IMM1IKMMMMI -ff -hit " UtaH flMrWtViWMlAW IMKt'1 " THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1012 PAGE SIX J. Ktf. W I v Kf Lit - it DEBATERS I At The Il( giiiar Meeting Of Board Of Education Will Be Highly Honored li Ihey Win This Year May Install Machinery For Manual Training At Some Future Date Finances Permit If Regular Meeting Of The Board Monday Evening The regular monthly mooting of tho ML Vernon boatd of education was hold at tlio olllco af Suporlntondont J. S. Ainu Monday evening with nil members present mid with Prosldont C. N. Loroy In tlio chair. Tho members ot tlio IiIgIi school debating team woro present nt the meeting In rosponso to nn invita tion extended to them by tlio board. Tlio members of tlio teams woro giv en nfisuranco of tlio support of the board In every way posslblo and woro told If thuy mado good this year by defeating tho teams rrom Newark and Zanesvlllo, lliolr names will b...

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 February 1912

7T"-T"S ' W ",'yr-rr ' ' r FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE. PAGE SEVEN LAST SALE LAST CHANCE FOR THE Roe Emerson Quit Business Sacrifice The World's Best Makes &wpA '"W Pf-Wttyirw . rfr , ! -- r V $ im M Dqomed To Go Regardless of Price Regardless Of Value FINAL QUIT BUSINESS SACRIFICE CLOSING OUT SALE STARTS TOMORROW with a greater galaxy of bargains than a sale ever before had Bargains in such profusion that every day of this Closing Out Sale until the last stroke of the bell has sounded right up to the last day, "will find equally as good values to choose from. Bargains that will stand the test of careful comparison. Come, get our price's and then shop around, comparing values, and "WE KNOW THAT YOUR GOOD JUDGMENT WILL BRING YOU BACK TO DO YOUR PURCHASING HERE. The saving significance can hardly be told in type one must see our clothing to thoroughly appreciate the values. TREMENDROUS REDUCTIONS This Gigantic Quit-Business Closing Out Sale has been the event o...

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 February 1912

wtnu i ! mumii inpi w lawmmimiii y - ... .1 ,i i r -i - - yr--m-a-""'"'""'"-- y , VM n I iiifVi mill' I i n ji i t aioMTOvniwMWiEi?.iTrrr iw ,-rtwr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9, 191S MfTCmiii il " r),,,!.,.. A 1 f UEBELS ISOLATE CITY OF MEXICO :'l3 Longer in Gotnniunlcation With United Sistos. BURN DRICGES CEH1ND THEM I eneral Pasqual Orozco Installed as Governor of Chihuahua After Leave of Absence Granted to Abram Gon- -ales Is Extended Situation Which Confronts President Madcro Men- aclng No Trains Operating South of Chihuahua. El Paso. Tex, Fob. 8. The sltua 'Xion In Mexico continues to grow sore serious, the City of Mexico now bttlng cut off from communication with the United States by tho rebels, vho have burned railroad bridges bo tovn the capital and northern joints. Pasqual Orozco, commander ?f ru rales In Chihuahua nnd princlral mil Itnry man for Madcro during tho Mexican Insurrection of a year ago, kas been installed as governor of Chihuahua, and supporters of t...

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. — 13 February 1912

' 'TV1 ("7 ",'"' t """Sji, j$!9p tr Slttnocriitfc atiiuer. wis V ' .5 PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1912 No. 13 ESTABLISHED' 1836 K ANTI-SUFFRAGE FIGHT STARTED Columbus Say Ballot is Not Oeslrable-Wili Tell Constitutional Con vention Delegates That Only Small Minority 01 Women Throughout State Desire Privilege And That They Exercise Full Share Of Responsibility For Public Welfare In Homes Columbus, O., Feb. 12. Local ' women, many prominent In social end club llfo of tbe capital city, met at tbe borne of Mr a. Herman Hub bard and organized to fight tbe ssovcmcnt, which bos for its motive tbe promotion of equal suffrage prop aganda throughout tbe state, and, epecincally, to Influence constitution al delegates eltbor to adopt a suffrage proposal In Ohlo'o now organic law or to submit tho question to the peo ple. They have already drafted an mtWworassrs-tiffraEO petiUou,rwulch soon will be- submitted to- tho const! rational convention. The petition reads: "We, t...

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. — 13 February 1912

j nt iniKyjajuiKmgui JQETWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 13, fOlfc, MMMMMMMMMH!lWMMn 5 I f X hJ I i tX w. EfffWgS'. How Lincoln Problem Recruiting Officer Who Was Slow About Amoving Troops Received Effective Lesson -- . (Colonel Alexander K. McClure, for wnony year, editor of the Philadelphia Times, was closely associated with (President Lincoln during the civil war. The accompanying narration of a little (oiown episode that shows Lincoln's (quick wit and tact is taken from Colo del McClure's book, "Lincoln and Men f War Times." Oy ALEXANDER K, M'CLURE. I UEOALL n pointed UlUHtrutloo of Lincoln's rare txigacity wbun confronted with umburruHHlng xjlllicul complications that oc- mucred In 1HU2, wucn 1 wna In charge f the OJllltary deiinrtwcnt of Ponu iSylTnuIa. pertaining to the draft for -troops 'made under tho state law. tSfanjaburg wan an important center Vat military uuppllcs. uh well nB tho ipollUcul center of the Btiite. Iramenso wmy contracts were there awarded nd e...

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. — 13 February 1912

pyp'WlPP)Pyj'ilpff ' ""ygy1 'mynimi "O'spy tWrmTjUR" TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1012. THE DEMOdSflATIC BANNER. PAGE THRS4 nym (WWWt TTT'PSJTCIHIWTWBI IMW1IN A MIX-UP Of A. R, Heal, Treasurer Of Pike Township Showing An Apparent Short age Of $1,294.67 Divided Between The Town ship And School Funds State Examiner Now Going Over Treasurer's Books Ceo! Disclaims Any Dishonesty And Courts Investigation A mix-up in tho funds of tho treas urer ot Piko township has Just boon brought to light and on the face of tho affair It would appear that there Ib ft shortago in tho account of A. it. Boal, who is treasurer of tho town ship and school fund, to tho amount of 11,294.67. Residents of Plko township 'brought tho matter to tho attention ot tho county officials the latter part ot tho week and on Friday Prosecuting At torney Cromley sent word to the state bureau of accounting at Columbus with the request that a special ex aminer bo sent hero for tho purpose of going over the books of tho townBhlp and ...

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. — 13 February 1912

t PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1812. m i'Pi i ft i m i i l 5 I t S J s Mf . LA il V II V LW r 7 1 r AuiUN'l VERNON, OHIO -RANH HARPER, Editor i -"Woolily MONUMENT SQUARE b'ntered ut the Ml. Vernon, 0., post office ne econd claw mall matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. fltibocrlptlon Rate 11.88 por year, AS TO GOOD hOAbS No proposition bfc groalor Import ance has Icon, br probably will bo, presented to tho constitutional con vention than that ticrtnlnlng to tho Improvement of Uio public highways of tho stato. On Uilii vital matter, OhloJ Is not much farthor advanced than'lt was fifty yoara ago, which, to 6ay tho least, 4a wot credltnblo to tho state of Ohio, but moro particularly to tho peoplo at largo, aa. Uu stato, aftor All, Is only what tho people mako It, and tho blamo tot Any condition must bo BhoUldOTbd'fcy -flao peoplo thorn 80lves, dospllo Wfef-Tact Uiat thoy would transfor Uio rcaponolblllty to tho s...

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. — 13 February 1912

r'WV",!' -( -w.yj -v.- , ip.v mv - &" TUEODAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVp ''' WWyf.npwyrr TO PAVE VIADUCT Commissioners Have New Plans At Session Monday Provide For Paving Of The Viaduct With Brick To Change Street Car Track To Center Of Koadtvay A Statement Issued By The County Commissioners Relative To A Children's Home For Knox County The Knox county commissioners at their sooBlon on Monday took up tho preliminary steps towards tho paving Of tho viaduct. Plans havo been pro pared and wero on exhibition at tho mooting ot the board on Monday. Tho planB provide for tho paving of the viaduct with brick. According to tho plans the street car lino must bo removed from tho west side of tho vla duco to the center of the roadway. Tho commissioners went over tho plans carofully and it is tho expecta tion to pavo tho viaduct tho coming spring. A conference will soon bo bold between the county commission era, fho offlclals of tho streot railway nnd tio attorneys,...

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. — 13 February 1912

3EE :3KsasMBS Jga!a'Ja'liUMWHIBWHJbiJautiiiiuj ii m iiiiiiiitiiiWtiwwwwifta.-H!!!!tJ PACE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1012. n i .jiwww mmmww wwn IWW1WC Vt I tKAN Hall und lomembur veil tho obliga tions; It will keep your lives purer and mako you bettor men. May Tlmon's futuro bo brighter and tnoro prosperous than It has boeu, and may you ono and nil bo blessed with good cheer and long llfo. Thcso aro tho slnccro wishes of, Fraternally youra, A. M. STADL13II. t SUIT 2uS3M-aWKa CBiSacHreai C&y fas FBetcSaer 4S Elected President Of Ohio Auditors' Association For Damages Worries Woman To Death At Kenton km m DAMAGES DOROAN KNIGHTS sr X i i Id Timoii Lodge, Kniglits Of Pjthias, Over 30 Years Are Entertained Willi Social Thursday Evening Many Veterans Attend The Most Pleasant Event Letter From Mr. h. M. Stadler Of N. Y. Is Read The Veterans Who Were Present Thursday Night Anothor of thu cnjoyablo socials given by Tlmon Lodga,, No. '45, K. of P., was the ouo'glven ...

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. — 13 February 1912

rS -4tr-y. t 1 frf "J W TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE 8EVGN H rT wytxx v y-tv CRUSADE Against Tuberculosis To Be Waged By B. & 0, Ry Car Fltti.d And Sent Over Tlie'Systcm Tlio Ualtlinorc & Ohio Knllroad Iibb enlisted In tho nation-wldo crusado for tho extermination of tuborculosls, having nttod up an nntl-tuberculofcls oar at Us Mount Olaro shops at Baltl moro for tho Maryland Association for tho Prevention and Relief of Tub oruclosls, which will visit tho towns ot Maryland in an educational cam paign looking to tho eradication of tho whlto plaguo. Tho car Is designed to display antituberculosis exhibits and lectures will bo delivered on tho preventloa of the discaeo by local phy iolans at tho cities and towns to bo' visited in tho state. Tho car may later Itour other ntateB, which D. & 6. lines reach. Tho ravages of the whlto plaguo spread with such alarming rapidity In tha United States during tho last 20 years, and with such fatal results, th...

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. — 13 February 1912

stxsisssxxssiiasmmimMJ -. jffM" - "-"" 1C tlHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, PEBRtMRY 13, 1812. SllUitl LUULS isstsCTfiaEKHsas: gg i l....gJi.1: ..... . jjr.g.rj.mjjy.!!!! gggr; '-i - As' R. -c "8gg8 30c olid butter 30c. Frosted foot? boo Stokos, chiropodist WoUnds cleansed by Hanford's Bal- MB). Mr. P. E. Roberta of Columbus was la. tho city this afternoon on business. Detectlvo M. B. Martin of the Penn sylvania Lines was In tho city today. Obstlnnto sorc3 are cured by Han ford's Balsam. Mr. Dan M. Park of Metropolis, 111., formerly of Mt. Vernon, Is the guest of trlonds and relatives In tho city. Miss Mary Gaines spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.' Robert Cunning toatn. of Gambler. Mr. John Ahorn returned to Akron Sunday evening after n several days' lslt with rolatlvos In tho city. Mr. J. D. Smoots of Fredericktown pent Sunday with rolatlvos In Mt. Vernon. Mm. L. A. Stroam and little son are fcpondlng scvoral days In Utlca vlBltlng miXh relatives. Mr. and Mrs. U. 0. Plckard won...

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. — 16 February 1912

iofW m&ttu mmtt. trS''Sr Jto' rt W ' .. h. Kt' ' PRICE TWO CENTS EXPECT HOC Tried To Reach Agreement Before Indictments Returned Thirty-Eight Labor Leaders Arrested On Charges Of Con spiracy To Break Open-Mop Movement By Use Of Dynamite-Twenty Cities Involved And Period Of Six Years Covered By Federal, Grand Jury investi gation- A. F. Of L Is E inamnarons, Fe"D. 15. in naonioa to the 38 or more men already under arrest In connection with the dyna miting cases. It Is not denied at tho federal building that thcro aro from IB to 20 othcra who havo hcen caught In the not and will bo arrested. Nearly nil ot the accused men aro now or have been members of the Irternationa) Association of Bridge und Structural Iron Workers' organ ization. Thoy wcro In tho great conspiracy , leidcstroy. property and break up tho open-shop movement, however, and each is charged with some other act In connection with members of tho Iron workers In tho work of destruc tion. Prank M. Ilyan, president of 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. — 16 February 1912

n nrjiwwwwwinwwwi'm him mfrHfWSWWr "i 11 ii;iiiwi ii iiiiijL''jipjifMiygLALiTilB.WWJti .... l-u ZkntA$MMlhF&J I f 1 ,iru nMKf . 1 "7ccsks: WUWlj.i ii; liiWWHrtMWilwwIliwpi Hl Wltl II I 111 ,.,,. l"l . Illl iiiiinlllllininl --. . MMUKMimV!d 'VAGE 1W0 THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912. JT "aWHTTW5 --""'-''-- 1 'iVui 11117" in LuJni.il" 1 . - ii- 1 1 Ti1 t ' 1 "li -" -! - --' 1 "''' .. a, T . 1 1 1 infirimiwwwMMiwiiiii 11 'J-i bh tv & (- k. FREDERICKTOWN M. and Mrs. Thomas flyan enter &Jnod Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Blackburn ad Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoupo at JUtnor on Sunday last. Mrs. T. W. Bancock of Marengo, O., said Miss Fayo Hopkins, of Dayton, Ohio, will bo guests at tho homo of Silt, and Mrs. Harry Groff, on Friday ? this week. Mr. Marlon Hathaway, who has feen spending several weeks in the 3lmy cllmato of Klsslmmeo, Florida, returned homo tho past week. Mrs. Margarot Axtell cntorlalncd Xvrolvo couples at a six o'clock din JUw on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. D...

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. — 16 February 1912

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 10l2. k vMfiuns mtcNM VERDICT IS RETURNED For Defendant In The Case Of Dunlap Vs Simpkins Other Cases Disposed Of In Common Pleas Court By Judge Wickham During The Day, Tuesday The Hutchinson Ml Is Filed In Probate Other Notes Of Interest From Timple Of Justice Tho caso of Dunlap vs. Simpkins ' was tried boforo tho jury In tho court of common picas on Tuesday and tho Jury returned a verdict for tho defend ant. Other casos disposed of In tho court of commdp pleas on Tuesday were the following: Thoma3 vi. Cooper Lodgo Leave to make grand lodge, K. of P. of Ohio, party defendant, Noptuno vs. Ewlng Settled. De fendant to pay plaintiff tho sum of $350. Each party to pay costs. Lybarger vs. Norrlck Leavo to file amonded answer. Critchflold vs. Norrlck Leavo to file amended answer. Hyatt & Scholoa vs. Kayjor Dis missed. Clark ys. Stewart Dismissed. In the court of common pleas on Wednesday morning tho first caso to be taken ud for trial was that of Ivoons vs. Rober...

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. — 16 February 1912

Era . y'ft) i -vi - ...Myy. '" i 1 1 ' HI l'"f I V PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, FEDRUAnY 18, 1912. jriMMmwjLi"mHMwiiwwjmiJJMMffi f RU . W MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor T?vin!!v"5SH??5HBHHHBWB!!!S?S?K!T . iimvv--v--':1 w IH B3aaru'i)iniiMiuim i "" -r" -" " v- - .--) t -, ....... ....j !.,,.,,. yu. i ), j. , . innii'W.il HM' ITM. " T m -t--n1 . i -.. .Mini ii -inn' in fun -j..i.. ii ji .. 'i j- i nwiMnmiiiw) i i. j mrttiwwinwinnnwiwwiin i i m , ..,.- fffl .M.iMr..wli.f .. u . ' . -r - fll idM LAST BIG p, r' m i " , b.V: V.' It. ' '' N" ... . py. ; ' :'V M 8omLl-"WoolsIy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered nt tho Mt. Vernon, O., poit office as second clan mall mattor. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per lino. Subscription Rate 1.56 per year. PROGRAM , For Mid Year meeting 01 IheW.tT.H. Final Days Of The ROE EMERSON Big Sacrifice Closing Out Sale Thousands of dollars worth of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings to be closed out a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 February 1912

Tip r1" 'yVlfr1 ' -f - l.y llfH I If i 1 11 Hh.. -wwy j --.! y,1t K FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. page rivr v V A1VERSM OF EVENT lliat Stirred Up The People ill Knox County More Than Anything Occur ring Within its Limits W. II. Smith Recalls History OflheLosttioy Eddie Berger, Who Jtraycd From Home At Bongs And Whose Body Was Found Two Months Later Mt. Vornon, O., Fob. 15, 1912. Editor Banuor: Ah tbls Is tho anniversary of an ovont that stirred tbo peoplo of Knox county raoro tban anything that ovor oecurred within its limits, and as I was in a position to know all about tho dis tressing affair, I thought I would give your readers a full history of tho oc currence I was keeping a storo at Bangs at tho tlmo and thoro was a shoemaker shop right at tho side of tho ptore. On tbo morning of February 15, 187C, thirty-six years ago this morning1, a little boy, nino yoais of ago, named Eddie Borgor, came and opened the storo door and asked for tno shoemaker. I told him t...

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. — 16 February 1912

'' -y. TP (SSSB3HPSC32 -,.,,., ...v i"Hi'rWi.) ; iiLl"TttH j Hf' ." "itf f' i'flf fu ""f'H ft.f" faty''"" S''T '"'" "'''"'"''""'" l' iiHffMii.l.nT,W .. iff t.,- fcgaysa"" '"" " """"Ii i" WMm. ii! ill i , H i t . 3MMRn& mm mil i " y V . ' fc wt. PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1012. lil22EI!S'E3'l " ' ' ' f i'..l - ,.tf ftfl ,'- ,", 4"'1 3.' "1 rv 'X.J flfl (ff s 'I If, I li F ft 9 W i,. '& An; IJIIUII DECIDES To Pave Only Cosliocton Ave. At Hie Present Time M Will Not Pave Chestnut Street This Spring Mayor Pcrrine Offers His Report For January Chief Of Police Also Presents Monthly Report Other Business Transacted By The City fathers The city council mot in regular ses sion Monday evening nttor an adjourn racnt of two waoka. AJ1 members woro present nt roll coll with ProBl lont Edward Dover in thp chnlr. Tho inlnuteB of tho lant rogular mooting wore read by Cleric Mclntiro and woro approved as read. A written report from Mayor A. A. I'enlne (or tho mouth o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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