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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 March 1910

"fJijJt jvmmtmffKw' iijWijA5'nJ?ftP'i' ' 5AGI3 SDC THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUEODAY, MARCH 22, 1910 wwp-"! ,s 1 1 ; if ! ,s V Ooo PEOPLE'S T" Sermort by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. O H.ftHti .- i i '"Mooo Little (lid the .lows uirderstnnd tho momentous Importance to tliem of tlio event which Christiana coinmeinorntu on I'nlra Sniulny. It will be remem bered that tlio Incident occurred at tho close of our Lord's ministry thrco nnd a half years after hht hnptlsm nt Jor dan ami five days heforo his crucifix ion. Tho Jewish Sabbath lind been spent In rest nt llethany. Lazarus, -whom Jesus awakened from the sleep of death, with Ills sisters Mary nnd Martha, prcpnrcd for .lestm n banquet, nnd when the Sabbath closed tho sup per was eaten. It was nt that time that Mary brought forth tho box of perfume, spllccnard very valuable, nnd therewith anointed our Lord's bend and feet. It was tho siimo occasion on which .Midas, In n wrong spirit, hnd murmured ngnliiHt this expressio...

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. — 22 March 1910

m n"lJlWaiiJIIUBSmSMlH l HU UfSUmttT'f t wT'iyg "T;y(rr",,ft? 'T7jfrrflffjKr-mrr TUEODAY, MARCH 22, 1910 ' DEMOCRATIC BANNER IAOH KKVKK Mnr wjtamjuiMJiLMfwtutiijmBiiMUJmniHiJLLi . iwiwrartw BmwfgjjritJuwwwfawuaKvMitjum iiBjjiiJJtiwuiiwwwwaw MIIMMMII )' WIHW UKIUlMUnOSMM iwigannMUfmuiisiaf'tt'iiuiajss, n jumss m 1 A ! -J h r H LECTURE Oo "American Ilislorf Given By Rev. L. W. Mulliane CROMLEY May Coach The Kcnyon Case boll Team In City Of Mansfield Wednes day Evening (Mansilold Shield) Rpv. L. W. Mulhano of Mt. Vernon delivered a lecturo, "Sorao Pages of American History" to a good sized audlonco at tlio Y. M. C. A. Wednes day evening. Ho was Introduced by tho Rov. Father Scurlbor of this city and tho lccturo was preceded by a Bolo-by Fred Walter, which was mudh onjoyed. Rov. Father Mulhano Is a noted or ator and has been heard In this city on previous occasions. Ho told his hearers of the part tho membors of tho Catholic church havo taken In tho history of tho United States. Begin n...

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. — 22 March 1910

mmmmmmmmmmmmm yTf -YAGB SIX THE DEMOCKATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1919 il, ' In , A MOTHERS FRIEH A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before Iraby comes, are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow -pon the little life about to begin. Her happiness and physical com Jbrt will largely govern the proper development of the health and mature of the child. Mother's Friend contributes much to the moth r,s happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it affords. 3t is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which 3obricate the muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen aeammary glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues, and aid in the relief of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and danger when baby comes, and assures a guide and natural recovery for the mother. Mother's Friend is sold t drug stores. Write for our free book of information for expectan...

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. — 25 March 1910

T""n,irs'''Wf'W jpJS 'r: tf ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910 No. 24 PRICE TWO CENTS c fgfte iJaUS hT h JI II dL n i y (it I M II li c 1 1 f if-Jv Jv f SENATE PA EXTENSION Reverses Action- After Reconsidera tion Of Former Vote Representatives Will Play Lone Hand In Investigation Of Bribery Charges In Connenction With Passage Of ' Elson Telephone Bill-Smith Measure Limiting Tax Rate To 1 Per Cent Sails Through House-Assistant Attorney General Farmed Out Columbus, 0- March 24. Senator Lawyer's bill making the terms of county officials four years was passed in the senate by a voto of 25 to 5, aftor that body had reconsidered Its former action In defeating tho measure. Under tho bllli aa it now stands, county offlccrs elected this fall will bo elected for a period of four years. By an unanimous vote tho house of representatives passed Mr. Elson's resolution calling for a biparti san Investigation of tho charges of bribery in connection with tho pas sage by tho hous...

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. — 25 March 1910

MMMMmwi wrofr-i WF r VF '"-r'JMlpij(f";-"V-1T-A-"-'"'r -r-wjwj' -IT' im- T'T nflIW1 pimnynnwgyy THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, TAQB TWO FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910, !nVCM R ?i :;t; i s 1, k. t Is i: I !' ,1 County Correspondence j j j j j j j j j j j J. LOCK I S I ! 4 4 i ! i i" I I J J Mrs. Edna Ilnll attended tho funer al of her auut, Mrs. Cass at Urandon, Saturday. Mr. Basil Morcland and Miss Fan ulo wcro iu Columbus Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nowton Shultz woro In Nowark Saturday. O. M. Crego was In Columbus Sat urday, Mrs. Harry Hurt has returned from a visit with Columbus relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hmmott Cnrnos of Bast Liberty woro guests of Mrs. Mary Nolblo Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Emma Safford from Urandon Visited her daughter, Mrs. Edna Hall ono day last week. Mrs. Lutio Clark from Croton was tho guest of Mrs. J. II. Cornell on Wednesday. Miss Nclllo Rowo from Columbus is tho guct of Miss Carrlo Coo for a fow days. Tho Girls' Circle met with Miss Helen Brezillo Saturday afternoon. Tho annual...

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. — 25 March 1910

r' CLICK Goes To The Penitentiary For Eighteen Months Taken Over By Tiie Sheriff On Wednesday The Gardner Will Has Been Filed In Probate A Suit Is Filed Against Nathan Sugar Et Al Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Thoms Click, who was indicted by tho grand Jury at tho February term of common ploas court on a charge of grand larceny, and who entered a plea of guilty to the charge and was sentenced to eighteen months In tho Ohio penitentiary, 'was convoyed to tho Institution Wednesday morning In tho custody of Sheriff Peter J. Parker. Clerk's Record Tho dork's record shows' the fol lowing mattors disposed of in tho court of common pleas on Tuesday: Tho National Bank of Morrow Coun ty vs. N. C. Levering Dismissed by plaintiff at plaintiff's costs. Yauger Brothers vs. William Bail ey Continued by consent of parties. Frank Magill vs. A. E. Stoylo Con tinued on application of plaintiff. Tri Stato Land Co., vs. W. II. Wil son Leave to defendant to amend an swor as Indicated by stenogr...

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. — 25 March 1910

yppyfc;y Jurs'" :avi8 mw APfe "'' . tAGR Vuoit .i-n-;': .'jom-aj: The EMddRAWo aOfiTER - IW-ftWKWIW,V.W.tW ,t rinww wwnt m ,jMnrt twawtJe-y FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1B10. ' CBKpjfef'x' 1 v , !l ' 1" l't IP She Staim? FRANK HARPER, Editor Soaatxl-TOTool-iLl:?- Subscription Kate 1.50 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered nt the Mt, Vernon, 0., post office as second clasi mall matter. 6 MONUIVTENT SQUARE CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Editor Banner: PIcaso nnnounco that T. M. Dill of Wnyno township will ho a cnndldato for the Demo cratlo nomination for county commis sioner at tho coming county primaries. OFFICER S Elected By First Regiment I). II. K. 0! P. OFFICERS Searching For Horse Thief Near Danville Man Broke Jail In Lorain County Danville, O., Mnrch 21. Robert Grcon, tho horso thief who escaped from jail at Klyrln tho first of this week, was bollovcd to havo been In eastern Knox county Wednesday ulght or Thursday morning. At two o'clocy Thursday morning Sheriff Hudson of Lor...

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. — 25 March 1910

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Hu py-,.1 -mh, K, J , rj N ' Y FRIDAY, MARCH 2D, 1910. SE Of Morphine Taken To Re lieve I In; Lumbago Causes The Death Of Grant Aungst Of Oeliville Was Well Known Attorney Of Richland County And Death Comes As A Shock To liis Friends The Body Was Discovered -' v By The Wife Bollvlllo, O., March 23 Talcing an overdoso of morphino for an attack of lumbago, Attorney Grant Aungst, a well known practitioner at tho Rich land county bar, died Tuesday at 10:30 p. m. at his homo on Main street in Bollvlllo. Tho announcement of his sudden death carno as a shock to his friends and acquaintances. Tho deceased had been afflicted with lumbago and It is stated that he used morphino to deaden tho paint Ho bought n quantity at a Bellvlllo store Tuesday. Mr. Aungst was at his ofllco Tues day ovonlng and complained of not feeling well. Ho retired about 0:30 o'clock and his wlfo having somo work to do about tho houso did not re tiro until later. When Mrs. Aungst was ready to re tire sh...

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. — 25 March 1910

,m iiiBauijnlwjjujWi.AjJnJ --w.' i... - uiu i t tvMw wvg jmwp 1 tc rtr-g-ffi.1 i'v av23 taiflt Vuoit Of Petit Larceny Was Samuel Beeman Found By The Jury On Monday Afternoon The Court Jlas Not Yet Fined The Prisoner A Suit For Foreclosure Of Mortgage Filed Slther Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Samuel Iloonimi .charged with petit larceny, was trlod in Iho court o com mon picas boforo Judgo Wlckham on Monday aftornoon and was found millty. It wan alleged that Uconmn stolo a blanket. Tho jury fixed tho valuo o tlip blankot at ?1.C0. Ij. 13. Mouck was to dofend Iloonian, but an nounced at tho last momont that ho ould not roprcoont tho defendant. Accordingly William II. Thompson acted as attornoy for tho prisoner After tho vordlct bad boon returned, -Tudgo Wlckham annnounccd that ho would flno tho defendant at a later lato. Foreclosure 8ult Tho Conterhnrg Hufldlng and Loan Association haa cotnmonccd suit In tho common plcan court of Knox coun ty agahiBt Loonlca II. Day ot al., ...

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. — 25 March 1910

x i flii"7B - TrtfrWJ-T ur-fw, fAFffnwi "t , 'WT,r TP77 5lWflW5 r7-flW? PW. - r-w-vr 'iwr' " JL mr' ""'" "" " T1, V -J- .uiiniiiMiii r "N t N ir . S vv V J FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1810. HMuuemwui Department Went To Three Different Places Before The Blaze Was Located The 11 ro department wns sont on a "wild gooso chaso" Monday icvonlng at about eight o'clock. An alarm was sent In to tho cnglno liouso to tho effect that thero was a flro In Law lorB drug storo. Tho department Im mediately made a run to that point, but wero Informed by Mr. Lawler that tho only flro In tho store was In tho Btovo. They then inado a start for Loroy's drug storo' dn South Main street, but no blazo was discovered at that point. At last, tho Informa tion was given that a call was for Lurlo's Clothing storo, about two blocks farther south. When tho wag ons reached that place, tho awing in front of the storo was burned off but tho blazo was about extinguished. Tho cause of the 11 ro In tho awing Is not known. , Did T...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 March 1910

wBaTti"ii-U ! ug;:iggil. wmtar MmwHMiwi MU.miwf mm iMMilUUUIUIlUMWUlLHlll JMI mmmiMimt,iiWhtH!dii bammikiHlmint i mi iiMii"H WM IW mwiMW I HMIf.'IWMMWlll' nnm'rMwiiuimM'jmtij.''nwi,fiwiiiiH.'Hn WiVmj,tw n'jmfciinmiiiii ,li 2S3.rrJK7ivl'w' . ' T LsTI vxxni" I aWJMn.RH lf iwp5K3iS95 nill)r rTFfir- -w"TWT"1'WmJtT($Ww'V' 1AGB EIGHT yiim THE DEMOCRATIG BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1916. 'WBwwiTOwrwpr" WtPMNKIH ffl.' tl' w' fflW"WWWIllWMB'WW9rT!i' rvmamiilFlWT,ml'W"Ty" "" ii i wai." , , i, i.r-iWpJlWWMOiMBHBSSMMMSIBMBfflHwMBWiJMSMSMffMMllWMniBW lift ? HI l t WEARS TROUSERETTES Miss Eleanor Sears, Whose Costume Startles Polo Crowd. SHE MADE CROWD GASP Mloo Sears Causes Stir With Trouser ettes and Forms Club. San DIogo, Cal., March 21. During a, polo contest at Coronnd., Miss Eleanor Scars, tho eccentric million airess of Boston, caused tho 7,000 so ciety pcoplo that gathered to witness tho contest to sit up and tako notlco when eho appeared nstrldo a polo lony In kneo length skirt over a woll ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

'ifiw T fSi r ttv"! " i-1 t ? SP vwixtv. ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910 No. 25, 1 PRICE TWO CENTS 1j-ij-wiw v mri'TWTV - vbT IlemjMTOfi (Lne S & CANNOT LOCATE BANK DIRECTOR 4 ' Is Wanted As Witness In Pi Graft ConDCilmen Had Onpization-Held Weekly Meetings To Decide How Much Money Would Be Required To Secure Passage Of Legislation-Made Little Attempt To Conceal Business Transacted At Caucus-Two Clerks To Testify As To Bribes Pittoburp, March 28. In anticipa tion of today's events In tho graft jiasca uneasiness Is shown on all Idea In Pittsburg. Directors of banks which held city deposits aro expected to appear In court and tell on their oaths what thoy know about their hanks buying the city deposits for cash from the city councllmen. Pursuance of tho graft Investiga tion uncovered that for somo years grafting members of Pittsburg coun cils, about CO in number, met weekly In parlors of a big downtown hotel and thero, behind closed doors, dis cussed whot ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

fWwjiT PW'PMI "jjnpiV" AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910 ' UI1 jpioaoo.ii'e)o( Filed To Seek Possession Of Property k Answer And Cross Petition Filed iyv? -1 tl m Hit I Uolla 1). Cochran has commenced a suit In tho court ot common picas ol Knox county ngaiuBt John L. Ham mond, asking for thu possession of Veal cstnto In Howard township and for a judgment In the sum of ?lfiO. The plaintiff claims to have an Inter est in the property hold by the uc fondant, but that ho refuses to give tho plaintiff his right. Tho plalnim Ihcreforu asks that the court may give him lawful possession of tho promises and tho Bum ot 150 which lio claims tho yearly rental from tho property. Harry C. Devln and William Kobinson arc tho attorn eys for tho plaintiff. o Answers Filed In tho caso of Oeorgo W. h,wers, ex ecutor of Julia A. Kwors vs. Sarah llorendccn ct al., answers and cross petitions have been Med in tho court of common pleas of Knox county by KUzabeth uierks and Kmma .). iyon...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

'war ? - nrjf v w T" -' TUE8DAY, MARCH 29, 1010 HE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOB TMWmn -'KtT.,1''", rnf'-' -rr-qW"Trrn,ifr'-jfr Suit 5 , "Chantecler" Craze Puts Rooster And Hen Pheasant on' Rollers (Si J' " ) Ji&3: - .rf V Wv5l ft. jx ij.trtriiff i-UiniiirwdWftifrn Ia -imwi ; .&ijYmm m w -rsi ,Af ?.i. a rv. Wj? J V--V!s -;Y,o msmm$-- am ': , - ? i jv-isffi . i -;m &2& -Jh V . ; - -.zi'S ,."y:t-fM ' " -W. --. ' l ' "Mhs 'V."m ?" bimw w , ' . XS,.- W." ' T t' i ssa ! V -I'M ,x ' S , One of the developments of the "Chantecler" craze in Kin-ope 'lifts becu the adaptation of the rooster costume to various uses. In n recent masked ball In n London rink, at which nil the guests wore roller sUules, the prlen were carried oil by a ninn dressed like Rostand's Chanteclor and a woman who was clad to Imitate tho hcu pheasant, the heroine of the French play. CANNON IS ACCUSED III DOWNING LONGWORTH i Washington, March 2G. Nicholas Longworth, son-in-law of Theodoro Roosovelt and representa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

W!???W mrnt ivviwflp'- THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ( TUE8DAY, MARCH 29, 1910 wH flll :f S ill 111 119 IK 3K Bwr 111 ' Hi ; It ' ' ill lit ' In ! St 4 jn i i1 VaE x C15 & i i M t BSt FRANK HARPER, Editor SI J& joxsxl-",CVool3Ll3!r I JM!? Biifi . fiubscrlptlon Rate J 1,50 per yen HEMS MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post oftlco as eccond class mall matter. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Editor Bannor: I'leaso announce that T. M. Bill of Wayne township will bo n candldnto for the Demo cratic nomination for county comiuls oloner at tho coming county primaries. Editor Banner: I'leaso announce that William Lowlfl will bo n candi date at tho coining primaries for re nomination for a second term for county commissioner on tho Demo cratic ticket. NSURGENT8 SCORNED So Dalzoll Is to bo chairman ot tho now rules committee of tlio lowbr house of congress. Who Is Dalzoll? Tho chief lleutcn nnt of Speakor Cannon on tho old rules commltteo that w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

-frj"'sf""fa"'-T1ViViT'V2 '"" TUESOAY, MAtlCH 20, 1910 T8E DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAOW m -ji- f rs Y POSSE In Search Of Escaped Horse Thief Green Spend Sunday Night In Mt. Vernon Having Practically Abandoned The Chase Green Thought To Be In Coshocton County Officers Tell Most Interest ing Story With only flvo hours sleep slnco last Wednesday, Frank Honko, deputy sheriff of Lorain county, Wnlter H. Watts nnd P. V.' Davison, patrolmen from Elyrla, and J. G.Trynn, chauffer, arrived In Mt. Vernon- shortly after 6:30 Sunday evening, enrouto to their homo In Elyrla, after having practical ly abandoned tho chaso for Robort Green, tho former bank ofTlcIal and horso thief, who escaped from tho Lor ain county Jail at Elyrla last Monday. Tho officers aro posltlvo in their bo llof, however, ihat Green Is in hiding in tho hills of Coshocton county, but Doputy Sheriff Henko says it Is im possible to capturo tho man in such a locality. Although tho ofllcers havo departed for their homes the hills qf Co...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

TSSSfS1? camwwJfxwmamiiiirgBiiiauaBaWMBW v iywimmwmfiHmw)iiynmmqMMiiiyiii m 'iy)M '' i ""fm"fTm,f'flW PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910 i i KM vlH it: M l Ooo PEOPLE'S It Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Boston, Mnss, March 2G. Ah Chris tuiiriutn cclclmilt's ilie ruHiirroctloii of 'the Lord Jesus Christ, It is appro prlnto tlint our liuurtH mid mliiriu bhouUl liilolltfiiMitly Kr.isp thu Hfyiilfl canco or thu uvciit coiiiniuiiioriited. St. I'nul mid bio.'u stiuas upon thu ro3tir tccliou vt the ifeml. tlecliirinr; thut if 'there be uo i chiii ruction of thu dead all those whom wt counted aH asleep would iicor !me an awakening, and consequently would ho iih dead aH uro brute beasts. Note IiIh cinphatle btnto jiiont to this effect (I Corinthian xv, 12-1S). Kor here as elsewhere his words conttadlet the thought that tho halntly dead pass liuincdlately to glory and the uusalnlly to t'lirgutory or to eternal tot Hire. According to the Gospel of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 March 1910

f TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1010 FLORIDA Land Not Much Hood Jor Forming Purposes Says Mr. II, 5. Hull Of This City In A Letter Costs Too Much To Put The Land In Shape Much Impressed, However, With Orlando One 01 Florida's Popular Winter Resorts Orlando, Fla., March 22. Editor Banner: I loft tho Central Hotel and St. Pet ersburg with much regret, but tho sail across the bay to Tampa was most de lightful and refreshing. Here I took tho Atlantic Coast Lino for Orlando, passing through Kisslmmce, which Is some ten miles, from tho fatuous St. Cloud colony so extensively advertis ed by tho National Tribune of Wash ington. One gentleman told mo that after purchasing two allotments ho found at the bottom of his deecd a timbor lease ton years to run and a turpentine leaso two years to run.. In the rainy season, Juno and July, much of tho land Is under water-. Very much land can bo bought at from fl to $5 per ncro and some is not cheap as that. Before you Invest como down hero and see what you arp 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. — 29 March 1910

TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910 'wmm: Ktera THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER V, i' i ETNA SPITTING FIRE View of Messina Showing Vol cano Professor F. A. Perrett COLLEtT ODDS AND ENDS State Leaves No Stone Unturned to Convict Mark Slater. Columbus, O., .March 20. Tlio stnto is leaving no stono unturned In Its effort to convict Mark Sinter, formor Btnto printer, Indicted for conspiracy with J. K. llrelsford of Dayton to Bwlndlo tlio stnto out of largo sums of money through tho medium of fnlso vouchers, In order to show that Slater wns engnged In more thnn one conspiracy to swlndlo tho state, Sheriff Sartnln was orderod to bring In I). W. Ulnsmoro, traveling salesman of Chicago, Jointly Indicted on five counts with Slater. Odd ends of testimony, which wero nllowed to go unnoticed at the first tilal, nro being doveloped to tho last featuro In tho present caso to avoid, If possible, a disagreement on tho part of tho Jury on tho grounds that If Brelsford Is permitted to escape by tho Immunity bath route, Sl...

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. — 1 April 1910

f iwx-isv v nwj-w dt' wipnniiB,i fifiiiwwwiywiinrBPfvn "f I'wi"" f : MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 No. 26 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 ffhglpHWtfiiiM1ylliMiiiiili)iM'lj"'''ltWJ'l'tff fSi Iff. $ fjJV v K I jr h y SIX GRAFTERS ARE INDICTED As The Outcome fli The Probing By The Grand Jury Promiiient Columbus Bfa in Toils. ALSO STATE EMPLOYES Are Charged Willi Bribery and Defrauding State, RUBGLES-GALE COMPANY HIT From Small Beginning tile-Graft Probers Unearthed Scandal 1 Which Threatens to Involve County Officials Throughout ! Central-Ohio-Former Probate I Judge Gale Testified Against I Own Concern. Columbus. O, March 31. Tho grand jury which has been Investi gating the charses of grafting in tho etatehouso and Franklin county courthouse returned ind'etments against six men, all either ofllcers or former employes of tho Rugglcs-Galo company or foimerly connected with public offices. In Its report tho grand Jury apolocized for tho small number of tho Indictments by saylnjj ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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