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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 2 April 1912

'xm3jRQi&r&m& Iff jiHPJiii""wTH .nyaMfirtwi n I't' " ""VnS'flP'VfJft -V, ...... lipLjN na i . ' J y is A f a i I A TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1912. COAL STRIKE IN OHIO AVERTED Operators and Miners React) Eleventh Hour Agreement, WAGE INCREASE IS GRANTED Short Suspension of Work Will Occur While Union Men Take Referen dum Vote on Terms Made at Cleve land Conference Operators of Pennsylvania, Illinois and Indian; Also Agree to Sign New Wage Scale When Details Are Drawn Up. Cleveland, O., March 30. It was announced that a settlement of thai -bituminous coal minors' wngo dispute n a basis satisfactory to both sides Itaa practically been made. A sub committee to which the operators' JOHN P. WHITE Prerldent of the United Mine Workers of America. nd miners' conference had referred a compromise offer by the miners tld it had agreed to the settlement Mid the terms are being drawn up. The terms, as given out, provide tor Inoieascs in pay to the miners as follows: Five cents a ton for minin...

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 April 1912

YUE8DAY, APRIL 2, 1912 AOE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. WEST SALE irJIfitHflr-ftfL !l k hi MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor yaoxi3Li-"7Wooi3ci.,y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Sntered at tho lit Vernon, O., poat fico as aecond clau mail matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and .Cards of Thanks, five cento per line, 'Subscription Unto ?1.G0 per year. 'Over To The Grand Jury Was ' Frederick Ounn Frederick Dunn, charged In an affi davit filed by Chief of Police Olcrnonto with burglary, waived examination be fore Mayor A. A. Perrlno Monday morning. Ho waH bounds overittt the grand Jury nnd was returned to jail in default of a $300 bond.' INTEREST IN WISCONSIN PRIMARIES Milwaukee, WIh., April 1 l.eadors of natlonnl polltlca uro looking ahead with acuto Interest to llio presidential preferenco prlmarloH In WIhcoiibIu to morrow, tho first to be bold under tho now State law DcloRatua-nt-largu and district delogatcH to tho uat,Ionnl con vention of both paitloH aro to ho so lectcd. WlHconsIn ...

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 April 1912

m i BMM OW -w rtfWiysSWITIJWW' "ry "r"fvrfWT flw-w. "qpfffWT wpn. mMmmm fmKmmmBsmmmum mmnmxmwmmMmaKmamsaaaKmmmummiMmwKKtm 1 PAQE nvw j n. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1912. w .y B v ADVENT ST CONFERENCE To Be Held April 11 To 21 Id The Cify Of Pittsburgh Mt. Vernon Mao Is Vice President Of Tbe Conference Mt. VernonCollege Is Also Con trolled By The Advenlists Miny Unique Features At The Conference AndNany Advenlists Will Be In Attendance Pittsburgh, Pa., April 1 Dologatos from eight local conferences, on bracing the states of Maryland, Dela ware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia and West Vlrgina, and the District of Columbia, will attend the biennial session of the Columbia Un ion Conference of Seventh-Day Ad vontlsts, which will bo held April 11 to 21, in the Homowood Carneglo Li brary Auditorium, Hamilton and Lang Avenues, this city. The Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-Day Adevntlsts comprises the Chesapeake Conference, which takes in the states of Marylan...

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 April 1912

1 apwfflr?sTF W if i PAGE SIX wwawMrBwifPunma SHERIFF Ploaso announce tbat I am a candi date for tho nomination of tlio odlco 'of Sheriff, subject 'to vho decision of tho Democratic Electors nt tho primar ies Tuesday, May 21, 1013. JOHN M. WOOLISON. Please announce that I am a candl tlato for nomlnntlon for tho office of .'Sheriff, subject to the decision of tho Democratic electors nt the primaries Tuesday, May 21, 1912. WILLIAM M. I3DaA.IL Domocracy. Pleaao announce that I am a candi date for tho nomination for tho ofllco of Sheriff, subject to tho decision of the Democratic doctors at tho prim aries on Tuesday, May 21, 1912. FRANK L. TYDINOS. PROBATE JUDGE I'leaso announco that I am candi date for tho nomination of tho odlco of Probate Judge subjoct to tho de cision of tho Democratic electors at the primaries Tuesday, May 21, 1912. SKUA M. CROUCH. Please announco 'that I am a candi date for tho nomination for tho olllco of Probato Judgo, subject to tho de cision of tho. Democratic...

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. — 2 April 1912

". ,1 ,T'Hry'T",n''",,WH w "iii"ri " ' TUESDAY, APHIL 2, 1012. TEE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQE SEVEN r y INTERESTING NH ON Relative To The New Law 0! Weights And Measures Prepared By The Deputy, J, C, Tiiikey, Of This City i Tells Of The Labor In His Department And Quotes From Various Sections Of The Law Asks For The Co-operation Of The Knox County People Tho following article prepared by County Sealer oC Weights and Meas ures .). C. TInkey, will lie of special Interest to tho people of Mt. Vernon ami Knox county: To tho Citizens of Knox County: We will endeavor through the cour tesy of the newspapors of the coun ty to uciiiiuliu you with some of the facts regarding tho new weights and meas ures laws as amended May 17th, 1911, aud hope by so doing that the county sealer will have your cooperation and that Knox county will he the first In the state to have a clear record. Section 79G5, It. S. 142 designates tho state dairy and .food commissioner as state senior of weights and meas ures a...

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 April 1912

' ? "fV 3tfMU 23." ;trnr--wwv , -r- ,- vr sjpf t NkttE EIGHT THE IDEMOOEAIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1912 -I)'-' rey i Et Ifc? RUCKY AGENT ' SHOT IN NECK f 4 Was Trifle Slow In Handing Money Over to Thug. STARES INTO GUN'S MDZZLE SHORT LOCALS Boy Bandit Appears In New Elevated Station and Demands That Ticket Seller Turn Over Day's Cash Latter Plays For Time and Youth Fires Through Window Vic tim Falls to Floor and Calmly Picks Lead From Flesh. Now York, April 1. Ticket Agent Dwyer at tho northbound station of the Sixth avenue elevated railroad at Cortlandt and Church streets, was hot in tlio nock by a hoy If years old, who went to tho sta tion to rob him, but whoso norvo tailed aftor ho fired tho shot. Tho 'boy was captured aftor a short chaso. Tho ticket seller wan standing at the window in his littlo room count ing tho day's receipts when ho henid a scuffling. Ho looked up and saw a negro who was shouting thai ho didn't wish to bo killed. In front of. tho negro stood a boy with 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. — 5 April 1912

i ' J - M ' . ""VWV ' WP H tti0jt fttttutir .''I PRJ.CE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAYj APRIL 5, 1912 No. 28 ESTABLISHED 1836 k MW JUDICIAL REFORMS UP FOR DISCUSSION Plan to Buy Monticello, Old Home of Jefferson R I WfV wfur pvAwgf' y ' 13 HUUliLiiu liiLLLlJ ! Cres Flood Expected lo City Today Ohio And lis Tributaries Contribute To Great Hood That Is Now Raging flown Mississippi River Towards Gulf Of Mexico-Hoilow-Eyed Men Work To Strength en Levees At Many Points-Famine Threatened In Towns Surrounded By Water St. Louts, April 4. It Is Inevitable that tlie area of the Inundated region in tho Hooded drainage districts around Cairo and Memphis will be greatly enlarged -within tho next twenty-four hours. Tho Bmallor trlb ataxies of the Ohio river are pouring great volumes of overflow water1, increased by tho waters flow tag from the Cumberland mountains, In Kentucky. With the conjunction of the flood waters of the Ohio and Mississippi at and above and below Cairo, it is certala 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. — 5 April 1912

HWUfrll llll ! Ill A.M. I ..L ! M, ,!,,,!, , t, ,,, WWhKywmmumwwmtoymimtxemwavmitoU)hmi. ,......r.i...- p. .,,, ' '- "... , Vl. M ,l(1, i i M1 , ,i in' I, in n nniifnn'ifi1ifraBHiiwlii.:Jti i " Ss ' ' p P. i : f t ii ti A J LI TPABE TWO. J 1 ? $ 4 I ! I 1 ! I J I FREDERICKTOWN 4. 3tov, Jones officiated til the funeral Mr. Delva Wllgus, near Mt. Vernon en Thursday last. Mr. Wllgus until recently resided In Orcen Valley, but M. tlio time of his death made his homo on the Mansfield road one mile ot Mt Vernon. Ho met Ilov. JoneB vrljen the latter hold revlvnls In the church at Green Valley. The Motrin Sisters, of South Dend, Ind., gave an orchestral entertainment under the auspices of the Methodist "Brotherhood Monday evening. Thoso "who wore not present missed si rnie treat. Tho young Stoffor couple who were married last week In Mt. Vernon, leave for Knnsas shortly wheie Mr. StofTer will engage In tho drug luifl lie us. MIrr Florence B Agnew returned this Aveek from Toledo whore sho wa...

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. — 5 April 1912

K FRIDAY APRIL 6, 19t2. THE DEMOOBATIO BANNER. PAGE THRKK .jji is I i" v Drug Purity This is the biff import ant thing in all prcscrip- : tions. You find it at : this store. wc nave one 01 tne largest lines of quality Drug Sundries in the city. We are experts in Truss Fitting and handlo trusses of all kinds. Sign Big Hand 205 S. Main St. UtUttHiA Jh Mm. M WnvtwWire Fenei r-mt be 90 heavy, as Ihey hare to turn anm the ihocr treogUl of tbe wire.- T, at they bare to turn aniirikU by H We've a great big s t o c Js. of American Fence. See us now while the assortment is com plete. iogardus &Go. W. Side Public Square I fi I si CMCKens From 90 Eggs is the title of a booklet that tells how 51 chicks from 50 eggs wereN hatched by a Buckeye incubator. It tells about the big profits in the chicken business, too, and it's free to you for the asking. Come and get one of these booklets, and at the same time let us show you some Buckeye incubators in operation. When you see how simple and easy ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 April 1912

mtVtem m 1 as?s .-jjiUJjji'j ;"'-''" 'l r """ . '-'' "" -' ' ''.''.t'"''-'1'j3i'tin',miinlmntTiirmMH'wi IWWt-MIl fAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1912. mma i tmw iwiwwtww i m wtmemmnm uHMMMM&mtiiitoM&kMmimmiii to W rt1 I i . i MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Soxnl-Voolsly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Eatorcd at the ML Vernon, 0., poic eflce aa second cluw mail in&tter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. 'Subscription Rate J1.G0 per year. J. ZUOK 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 f 4 4 J The rovlval services closed at the Chapel Tuesday evening with several additions to tho church roll. Mr. William Pry Is tcry 111 of pneu monla. Mr. nudd Culllson of Howard moved to his farm on Habltd Hldgo Monday. Tho commencement exercises of tho Mew Castle high school will ho held 'on tho evening of April 19th at tho M. 'K. church at that place. A very ln- 'torestlng program has hocn arranged 'and music will he furnished by Scrlb- jier's orchestra o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 April 1912

y FRIDAY APRIL 8, loii. mimirrrrwvwmirwrvm'nmimwm mwwwww THE OFFICE ARE ELECTED HI I 111 I it By Tie Mt. Vernon Citizens Association For The Year At A Regular Meeting Held Wednesday Evening Association Trying To Se cure Another Glass Factory Bonding Of Mile Of Pike Road May Be Delayed Action Taken Relative To ' The Dan Emmett Memorial Tho Iaot regular meeting of the cur ront year for tho Mt. Vernon Citizens' Association was held on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in tho city MR. E. E. 3HIREMAN The Citizens Association , council chamber with a large nurabor of members in attendance. ' Prosldent E. E. Shireman was In tho chair and the minutes of tho last ses slon were read by Secretary W. F. Rimer. The New Industries committee re ported that a conference had been hold with the offlclals of tho Utlca glass company which recently burned to tho ground In which an offer was made to induce the company to locate their now plant in Mt. Vernon. Tho committee reported that tho offlclals of 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. — 5 April 1912

'ff'fa iffwwrff (Wf Tip lfif n,iJJwj -TFIiWXlSppTOW AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1912. pvwfwpjfng' ? I' MUELIiND'S OPPOSITION To Clothing Women Witt) Elective Franchise Set Out In His Speech Before Convention In Whichle Proclaims His Views On Subject Ami Takes Frequent Reps At The Unwomanly Woman And Inilulyes in Sarcastic And Humorous Remarks Hon. 110. -McClellaiid, dolomite "rom Knrfx county to llio constitution al convention, ban furnlHliod TJio linn- nor a copy ot IiIh rocont addross bo roro tho convontfon In opposition to woman Bufirngo. It la as CoIIowh: Mr, Presldont It wan arcrcod yoa torday In tlio opuiiliiir of tbla discus ilon that wo should concodo that ov ery man on tho door of tills lioiiso, and I suppose ovory woman In tlio gallury, in filnccro In this mattor uh woll as in -alt cpjcstlons which ennio lioforo tlio convention. Wo nro slncoro and uarn oat, thL'rofoie, wo aro Indopondont, tlieroforo, with few oxcoptlons, wo are "ourteoiis to each other, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 April 1912

; -9p yr-w"-' ? o i-w fwywt'RTitwpy -t rw5rr?r? 7!ti! FRIDAY APRIL 6, 1912. TTOt DEMOCRATIC BAIOnCB. PAQE SEVKft RESURRECTION MORN MBit illHIIK4'riWiitffPwr " ; if imMr Sfe' - MBit iniBMnMMr.:iELf xjp i llTi ' fwm- :5 -"sm. By NEIL MACDONALD Copyriitit. 1912, by Americsn I'reti Afsotiulioo C R6 Mount wbfcb abooh On Calvary's crosD had since resumed repose, Hnd on tbe brow of Olivet the light Replaced night's shadings with the hue of 'rose. Bright plumaged minstrels flitted through the air Hnd cbanted matins to the day new born. Cbc bills and valleys and the city fair Gleamed In the beauty of the early morn. Htound tbe tomb where Christ bad vanquished death Bncmone and crocus bloom enhanced the view, Hnd life, awakened by tbe spring's warm breath, fiad draped the scene with 6dcn's charm and hue. But one there was whom love bad early led Co where they laid Rim in the rochy tomb. Cbe glow and beauty all around her spread, r But added sorrow to bcr pain and gloom. ' Jvaot at tbe cross a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 April 1912

wwiiWMi)lwwtliMaillTW .j,,,, ipili1it.HM"mi.lMWH h ---- mj uMi.i mlif JrW' M4i4, 'W ptffcTAMVMMCMMAftMtad IV ir t it itt tinUT r" --"' THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL S, (912. - ... . j ' SHORT LOCALS " MMMJ 1! UANIEL A. rULINU ' . Temporary Chairman .of Ohio State Prohibition Convention. IHHHDVfIKwfl'MftHU?3iHIi PROHIBITIONISTS HOLD CONVENTION Poling Sounds Keynote of Stale Campaign. Delaware, O., April 4. The Ohio ctato Prohibition convention opt nod Iior today, and beforo adjourning JIU place a full ticket .In the field. When Daniel A. Poling of Co'ium jis, temporary chulrman, called the convention together at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon nearly all tho 478 del 6ates wore In their seats. Aftci an Invocation by Kov. Mlllon A. Pai'kor voT East Liverpool and music by the Clarion trio of Indianapolis, Mayor Bert Leaso delivered nn addresi; of welcome for tho city. Aftor tho congressional district -committees hud submitted tholr re--ports, Temporary Chairman Poling delivered tho k...

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 April 1912

L.,. 1 rp ','-( ftfr Wi'"",'7. """V" "" 7, iiS ' " "if ';iWvj- - tti0j(& vmntt. MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912 No. 29 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1886 8Kb S TniUTinfl TlftVO GREAT FIGHT IN HIE MIDDLE WEST - i zryArrri fniTlTnp nr llllfyAIIll I II YN -AOMNST THE FLOOD OF WATER IS THE Mlss r,1YRA LEE I Aftl sJIMl! Ill UlUlilUU lUIO MISSISSIPPI AND MISSOURI VALLEYS liTrV l iMl!U UUUil I Ul i Register In California. -w T Hfc n w tnnrmi w Mil VII 1 AfiF epsst- m m rLOOD VOWS Mies Buildlnos Around In hUjMBlHLi- M;vw Thirty Deed And Thirty Thousand QjSR-irifiitP MsSMKmSsKmSSSkim I 7 g-'i 'tfsr- " Promiscuous Manner ' ISii9i flMW' Without Homes People Rush From Houses - Articles-Parly Of Eight Oi Three-Story Structure Which Is Wrecked, But Ail Are Rescued Alive And Trees Torn Out By Mlddletown, N. Y., April 8. South PallsburK, Sullivan county, was dov ustRted by i tornado, wlilch demol ished buildings, throw railroad cam from tho tracks, uprooted troos and Injured a number of pe...

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 April 1912

MvcaKttjrVM ff wftMfea.-a y4 jti THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1012. 1ABE TWO WWMfrWIMhlt4M(fri ' M it tr ., VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND FACTS A8 THEY Washington, April 0 A perusal or the "literature" sent out dally by press agents of both Mr. Taft nnd Mr. Rooso vvjlt reveals that theso camllilates for the honor of lcndliiR their party are ftiaklng a lot of noise and kicking up lot of dust about everything except the one thing that Is going to bo the .J-eal Issuo of the coming campaign, namely, the tnrlff. All tho Democratic candidates aro Jiot only willing, but anxious to tell the peoplo whoro thoy stand on tho tariff. Look to tho opposition head quartern for a discussion of this vital Subject, and you am greeted with a si lence so thick that it could be cut with a knife. Mr. Itoosovclt Is busy trying to arouse the people with tho "recall of Judges" Issuo, and Mr. Taft U trying his boat to stand pat. Tho Democrats, on the other hand, aro cit ing facts and...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 April 1912

TUESDAY, APRIL 0, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRKB. WWWBWwWI mxmman9uvMfwmumfVA.'m mwnncgfiuaMmfljw mumwih ivnnmsrm wBvrmmAwiumimfvwmvKiiim Id . FIGHT Illinois Politics Hottest In Years The And Bath Factions Are Claim ing The Victory sovoral louden of tlioso factions uro providing tlio DomocrnU with nit Hie campaign nutmunltlon thoy will need. Tho Democrats, too, havo tholr differ cncoH, but nro much loss rabid than thoy used to bo ' FIFTY JUDGE ALREAD Greenville Jurist Seeks Place on Highest Court. Years Ago Today Since The Battle Of Shiloh Chicago, M., April 6 With both sides eady for Tuesday's Statc-widd primaries, conflicting claims continued to bo inado today. Through an net passed at tho elovonth hour by tho legislature In special session tho vot- urs of both parties uro to have an op portunity to express their preference for tho presidential nominations. On tho presidential Question Illinois Is not only almost plvotul but a puzz ler. President Taft Is supposed to lead ...

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 April 1912

Um2 iwwmmmffim ft pAqe pour THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APHIU 9, 1012. n.miuuMwiiuli' HWiMMllWW iwnjjj,JiufttiwiB'imitfjrjmmwiTiwnwnMiwinmi BwnwuiwRUMnRnin ;4 i? MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 7 03aaJ.-",77"oo3xJL'y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the ML Vernon, 0 post sfflco as second cteu malt matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and jCardc of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Itato JJ.tiP por year, Assessing Personal Property Although the system, of assessing lersonal property for taxation Is anti quated and defective mcmiorn of the State Tax Commission will andoavor this year to got a moro adequate as sessment of this class of property. As a part of their campaign to bring this about, the following Instructions havo Jjoon issued to assessors: -They must requlro every person to list his or her property at Jts full value In money, or make affidavit, on the plank provided for that purposo, that ho or she does not own pertonal property subject to taxation of ...

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 April 1912

vTir rW7g'r,wt rr?rivaffi Tt'T95WJ("A-,7t',n 4 "" T TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAOE PWf. B6wWrit I9vf vlrvnni 191 X MAN DIES IN JAIL Found li Railroad Yards Saturday Afternoon And TakeaTo JaH WbereDeath Results From Pneumonia Man (iavfi His Name As lloppcs And Akron His Home CircQnstances Surrounding His Heath A Mystery Remains Taken To Akron Monday Afternoon Almost dead from cold and exposure which ho had suffered for a period of several hours, Frederick H. Hoppes, aged 64 years, of Akron, Ohio, a tire maker, was dragged from the Penn sylvania tracks, at the foot of German street, Saturday afternoon In a semi conscious condition. He was taken to the county jail In the patrol but did not fully regain consciousness at any time. He died In Jail Sunday evening' at 5:20 o'clock from pneumonia. Whoa found lying along the tracks Hoppca apparently did not realize bis condition or position and" appeared to bo to soino extent delirious. White be ing taken to Jail he asked...

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 April 1912

-'i i nii.ig. iwt-ii' hh""1' " vv "i iinin) jMf;'"" i ' y.,- t !33nKSSI" UXVpU'-' srr: ; AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APHIL 3, 1dl3. MllliWIfWWIWWWWNlW ii(iM.mMrtMrfftiMntowa E' ; S'; ft? . fcc - & LOWER RATE I llllli W Jtf Court House To Be Se cured By Commissioners fill Close Up A Contract At Meeting On Moiday Ilie Wilyus Will Is Filed In Probate On Friday litems Of Interest From Tiie Probate Court Many Transfers Of Real Estate At Recorder's Office Tho county cominlSBlononj will dose up a contract at tliolr regular session next Monday with somo gas "company for gas for tho county court iiouso for a period of years. Tho com wl8Bloncra havo lusrotoforo boon pay ing 15 cents per thousand for gaa con numed at tho court house, hut It Is widcratood that a contract will ho so 'cured with p. company doingbiiH(nosB In Knox county whereby tho rato will ' Ijo 12 cents pflr ono thousand feet. If ' this rato Is secured It will moan qulto ji saving In gas bills for tho county. "'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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