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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 May 1912

-W-i-' ) ' - -- -. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. AOE SEVEN , -f -WmM. "-t4n -- -!,-, S V: ' -l-i 41 w- Vkk '!J ' '; CHARTER MAKERS COMPLETE WORK More Than Forty Proposals Passed Second Reading. FINISHING TOUCHES NEXT Committee on Arrangement and Phraseology to Whip the Various Amendments Into Shape Proposals to Ba Submitted to the People Prob ably at a Special Election In the Fall Outline of Proposals Adopted. BY C. B. GALBREATH. Secretary Constitutional Convention. Forty-two proposals had passed 9 olr Hccontl reading when the fourth :onstltutlonnl convention of Ohio nd fovired to meet ngnln Mny 22. So far as it relates to the determination of what amendments to the present con Btitutlon shall be submitted to tho people, the convention has practically concluded Its work. After considera tion by the" committee on arrangement and phraseology and tho formal ap proval of their work, tho proposals will be submitted to the electors of tho state, probably at a special elec ...

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. — 14 May 1912

nyy ae: !3S!g!S!flWflRsi'giiMttWMWWMi MdMluftWM 11 MliUhitii in.ij I ACE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BAKHEE. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1912 yMjafehfeSaaanaaaiS n? till JULIA C. LATHROP Head of Child n's Bureau Recently Named oy President. tfLM WOUNDS FATAL TO KENTUCKY FEUDIST Callahan Dies Alter Naming Al leged Slayers, Lexington, Ky., Mn 13. Ed Calla han, shot from nmuusli InBt Thuri day niornliiK while working In Ills tore at Crockottsvllle, died of his wounds at, tho Wlthcrapoon hospital, at Buckhorn, In Ihouthttt county. Callahan was F,hot through tho left Jung and at llrst It was thought ho would recover, tho bnll having passed nntlrcly through his body and the -wound had drained well. Friday jineumonln set In and ho continued to grow worse. The funious feudist made bin will and gavo a statomenl of his belief as to the Identity of his assassin to the members of his fam ily gathered about him, Tim names ho dlvulgc-il to them, however, are kept secret. It was a year ago Inst .Inly that Callahan ...

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. — 17 May 1912

fJKTftMt" Wt'i "ffcvn 1T "W - jem$oar&TO PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912 No. 40 ESTABLISHED 1836 00 9 Sftttttjer, 4V &. ALLEGED TRUST ON TRIAL Congressional Committee Makes Change in Through Testimony Of Herman Sielcken, New York importer, To Learn Connection Between National City Bonk And Brazilian Valorization Scheme Put Forward Some Years Ago Witness Declares He Will Not Go Into Banking Features Washington, May 1C Investigation ot the money trust began today, but It did not begin by an investigation of banks proper, as had been plan ned. The Investigation started with a specialty the alleged coffee trust, 'ihe first witness called will be Her nan Sielcken ot Crossinan & SlelcU en, coffee Importers of New York city, and the questions which it is proposed to level at him will be in regard to the supposed coffee trust. Because of the connec tion between Mr. Sielcken and the National City bank In the matter ot financing the Brazilian valorization sc...

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. — 17 May 1912

mSilkfZi Wiu.i M i,,. aMWIIl I IIIHWDHtW MtlM ' 7& t.i AGE TWO. THZ BE5COC2&!Kia 2&X5XK. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. -"' taajOy &, SCORED TliG Commoner Again Zfliiesville Speech In Gsv. flormon Again Points To Bryan's Improprieties Zanesvllle, O., May l.V-StandinK on the same platform from which ii Ham J. Bryan but recently assailed him Governor Judson Harmon last night again scored the Commoner on the second lap of his tour of the Mate in behalf of his candld-.c for the Dem ocrtic nomination fo the president) Fully one thousand of ZanesWIIej citizens occupied seats in Memorial Halt and showed their loyalt to and interest in him by frequent handclap Tins and applauding bin utterances Kj ".peclally did they seem to nppunc of his denial of Mr. Hrjan's chsrRes that he was a "reac'lonar' when he brief ly rehearsed his record of leKlslatlxe accomplishments. It was clear to the roost casual observer that the sym pathies of the audience all were with the gowrnor. In dealing with ...

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. — 17 May 1912

FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PACE THRC ,y V $ j . .. .. j j. f. DATEMANTOWN .j J l " " I I J " " ! " Tile uutcrtnlntiipiit given hero on Saturday evening was ft hiicccsh. Tho attendance Rood, the hiiihIc very good. Tho readings, pantomime, tableau and short comedy were surely line and en joyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Goodman of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with their moth er, Mrs. Mary Goodman. Bert Strong lost a valuable horse by death last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Cochran enter tained on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cochran and son of Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Will Alglre and daugh ter, Alice. Mr. and Mrs, II. C. Thompson of Frederlcktown spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Vernles and attended the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hossack moved to their summer homo last Friday. Charles Squires and sisters, Ida and Miss Lena Grlflln of Mt. Vernon were over Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Keyes. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johnson ate Sun day dinner with t...

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. — 17 May 1912

VkGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. BV MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER. Edits a. - - " MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at Ui ML VerBoa, 0 poit Sc as tecond cltu mxll mUr. Resolutions of Retpect, Obituaries and Card of Thankt, five eenU per line. SabscrlpUon Hate U0 per year. WALTER M. RILEY FOR coin AUDITOR SAVE EWING'S SMALL TRICK In the Danville Leader ot Thursday appears an advertisement boosting the candidacy of David P. Kwlng for the Republican nomination for probate judge, and at Its bottom Its authorship is credited to the Mt. Vernon Banner. Jfo doubt the advertisement of Mr. Kwing was Inserted In the Danville Leader and credited to the Banner at Sir. Eving's instance in that exact form. The article in regard to Mr. Kwing was published In the Banner as an ad vertisement. At the top of it the word "Advertisement" appeared. The cnanuscriptf the heading and the cut were brought to tho Banner olllco by Mr. Enlng, who asked to have it all run In the Banner as an adverti...

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. — 17 May 1912

'"y ' - FRIDAY, MAY 17, 191. THE DEMOCRATIC BA2CHEE. pace m ' Tflr '"y r-'vr s s h d STORlr TOLD OFJINKINfl Of The Titanic By A Nephew Of ML Vernon Mao Wbo Was Rescued In One Of The Life Boats Charles Burgess Arrives At Home Id England And Telis Interesting Story To A Newspaper A Tbriliiog Account Is Told By The Survivor Mr. John Brining of this city is In receipt or a copy of the Swanage and Wareham Guardian, published In Eng land, which contains the following in teresting interview with Mr. Brining's nephew, Charles Burgess, who was on board the Titanic and who was res cued in a lifeboat: Just upon half-past seven the sec ond local survivor from the terrible disaster arrived from Southampton in the person of Mr. Chas. Burgess, sec ond class baker of the Titanic. A large Levison's Bought the Entire Stock of The Bennett Shop AT TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE DOLLAR We have five hundred of the most beautiful hats ever shown in this county. The character of this stock is so well known and 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. — 17 May 1912

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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. — 17 May 1912

-HSywppgiiw FRIDAY MAY 17, 1912. THE D35MOOEATIO BANNER. rA(.6 SEVEN S W X uf y ANNUAL MEETNG Oi Young Men's Christian Association Monday Night Directors Elected For Three, Two And One Year General Secretary Kinney Makes Annual Report And Teiis 8! The Work In Each Department What is Planned For The Coining Year The annual meeting of the members of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion was held Monday evening at the Y. M. C. A. building, Xorth Main street. The following were elected direct ors: For Three Years C. G. Conley, B. D. Herron, S. G. Dowds, It. J. Hier, Z. E. Taylor. For Two Years W. A. Ackerroan, B. B. Williams, W. H. Turner, E. John son. Iter. E. D. Barnett. For One Year C. L. Johnson, R. S. Goodell, J. S. Alan, Hugh S. Campbell, George W. McNabb. The following was the report of General Secretary Kinney submitted at the annual meeting: To the Members of the Association: The community by generous dona tions has made possible the Young Men's Christian Association. A large ...

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. — 17 May 1912

mom.ttumMmm4i,i mmi Mm PWMWMWiHWlliHffWriMM age eight THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. MMUIMI WIMIMWW1 a i Jewelry at and Below Cost At Henley's Dissolution Sale Many people are taking advantage of our ex tremely low prices on our entire stock, purchasing for the bride and graduate. We surprise everyone when they sec what tine quality jewelry can be bought for so little at this sale. We have an unusual large stock of watches and to reduce it we will make Extra Special Offerings Here are some of them: 25-year Hunting case, 17 jewel adjusted move ment, sold every where for $2.1.00, our dissolution sale price $18.50 20-year Hunting Case, 17 jewel adjusted move ment, sold regularly for $22.00, our dissolution sale price $16-50 20-year case, open face, .17 jewel adjusted move ment, regular price $20; our dissolution sale price ..?..... $15-00 20-year J hinting case, 7 jewel movement, regu lar $10.00, our price $12.00 20-year case, open face, filled, 7 jewel movement, regular ...

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. — 21 May 1912

'""'"ii q'l(iM SDil- 'Mi mtfj?&xx umttt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912 No. 41 ESTABLISHED 183S " iv i" Ije 9 ir - & y a u OF ES BENG Taft issues Severe Statement On His Ri All Campaign Managers Confident Of iuccess Cincinnati, O., May 20. PreMdent Taft issued a. Etatement actraslng Theodore Roosevelt of being a traitor to his party and of having forfeited bis right to stand as a candidate In n Republican convention. The Taft statement plainly shows that the president believes Roosevelt is going to bolt in the event of Taft's nomination at Chicago. He charac terized Roosevelt's course as one of ntle or ruin, and declares that his statement in Cleveland that he is the Republican party finds no parallel in history save in the words of Louis XIV "the state; I am it." The issu-! ing of this statement. It is believeo-, removes the last hope that Roosevelt will yield hi the event of Taft's nomi nation. This statement Is the most severe that the president bu...

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. — 21 May 1912

1MWM 1 vl Twefetwe;. tsx hxkochuod xunotx. TUESDAY. KAY 21. 1S12. K M V i .4. .. . .j. .j. .. .J- 4. 4- .4. t- . .fc. :.?: Mrs. Emily Fisher Mrs. Eta&y Ffc&er. wfelu"r C C3rs Fls&ec. Ksi at 2 afalaua: Bt t!F aftisrnotin. at her Hum a But Ttoat street. T& cleeeuiMflr was bartr in 3rjnaetir, tfcertaw; toast?.. . -oa Ausust 1 ISKh ami waa nutfK? in hr 0cil jettr- Site- turn an MC Vruoa at ate acu- at nine jw swfi k resided Hew- wfc bwr stee Jfcsv Klteabeth. Qifefcrfe- sat 3 ttoHlj b? agtt wC tweaty ywiirs; S&e tbeixi we tMrca t MareffeM astt atiwAdt Ma Pleasant semteara- Later saw laowat 1 MkooL Alter bar mnto a 3- ShouAt Br rrfi Strtl-awwswaaTiii Ffcsfcer she retaiiietl Kjhk cmmAF Net off Wmfc Tftat & CteKr-40-.l Rrr i-oW.r Mntk of tft (to aad I nr of et Veaik S ".Trail Srrm tba cectfc of e ity mi & w moral t Mc YetiM IM iwtt a lr t& past bMpftw fbck. JJMhc twefort ywars m Xw.. Writer tout Ma atfefortave t Ml toal brwifc lfer fta Mil stece that tbit iva...

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. — 21 May 1912

"""vy-"'" -s TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. PAGE THftCft u1i....i.iimmi.i..iiMIIii. iiiiii mini iumiwi u ji. nil,. y fc i w j ML VERNON ENTERTAINE1 Business Men Of Cleveland On Friday ItrjrnBrjnw Aules CoBveyed Clevelanders A&out The City Calls Were Hade On Various Ml. Yeraon Merchants The Visitors Said Tii8 Cily Needs A Traclioa Line And Several Expressed Views AlBig Bis line At Z:Z o'clock Friday afternoon the special train, bearing eighty rst-n- &ers of tae -MaBHtactarers ana Mer chants' Board of the Cleveland Cham ber of Commerce, arrived in ML Ver ses. The visiting delegation repre sented seveaty-three Cleveland basl aess indestrJes, all of whom endeav ored to visit the local firms dealing in and mangfactyins the prodacts corresponding with their respective interests. At 4:20 o'clock they left for Cleveland. The parpose of the trade extension excersSon were to affor dttte heads of the Cleveland wholesale an mannfzr tsrisg booses an opporranity to meet Ite...

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. — 21 May 1912

3E& TfTW .T J..? lpiiw"rwf PACE FOUK THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1012. ranMHHnn JHaaalaiww----"- llip ' "' " ' i " ' " -"$riWF "'vitjy'-",F 4 -r - MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 7 aaoLt-'ST'oolJcJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Metered at the ML Varaoa, 0 pott- m cecosd clau mail matur. Resolution of Respect, Obituaries and , Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Hate J 1X0 per rear. AT Tiourton, Ter, One million dollars' Tozs was the toll claimed by the Are In the central business district of Konttcn, when fire originated in the ;li-torr Stowera building, occupied ty Stowers Furniture company and A. Upper's Millinery establishment, estroxInK that structure and three ct&er buildings and damaging four -ctbrrs. DefctiTe wiring Is declared tjr tremea to hare been the cause. COFFEE MEN GOING TO BRAZIL New York. Jlay 20 -A delegation of ten members of the American Cof fee Roasters' Traffic and Pure Food Asportation sailed on the steamer Vatcaria today for B...

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. — 21 May 1912

PlipiJlU mmWWWtfWIf ui A iwnw.??, rv " """W.'KT" TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1612. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQC FtVC r " TIS Monday When Cose Of Ander son Ys Koons Is Taken Up Next Case On Assignment That Of Camp Vs Young Three Properties Sold At Court House On Saturday By Administrator, Executor And Guardian Of An Estate Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Common pleas court convened Monday morning at 9 o'clock with Judge Wlckham on the bench when the case called for trial was that of Anderson vs. Koons. The next case to be taken up will he that of Camp vs. Young. o Sales On Saturday The following property was sold at the south door of the court house Saturday by Court Bailiff Patrick Purcell: Columbus Ewalt, administrator of William Alam, house and lot on North Norton street, sold to George C. Doup for ?1,003. H. H. Greer, guardian of Catherine Phillips, house and lot on East High street, sold to Lorenzo Marshal for ?1,410. R. M. Greer, executor of Lucinda Hess, house and lot on We...

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. — 21 May 1912

li - PAGE SIX THE DEMOCEATIC BANKER. TUSSCAY. WAY SK. K2. i t W' h CROMLEY WINS CASE Against Kansas City Bail Team In Circuit Court And Is Awarded Money For ltacR Salary Stewart Gets A Verdict Against Insurance Co, Several Matters Disposed Of In Common Fleas Other items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Tlio circuit court Thursday morn in); nliirmed tho Judgment of $335 re- covered hy L. T. Ciomley, known to 'baseball cnthusiastH as "Tnle" ngalnst tlio Kansas City hall club for alleged breach of contract. Croinley several years ago pitched for the Kansas City club. Ho is now prose cutlng attorney of Knox county. The suit upon which Judgment was secur ed claimed $.1G2. -Columbus Dispatch. o Verdict For Plaintiff I the ense of Stowait vs. the Cen tral Mutual Insurance Co., the Jury 'returned a verdict for the plaintiff In the court of common pleas of Knox -county Thursday afternoon for 2, 374,15. The next case taken up In court was that of Iluutsherger vs. I'onn. The case went to-the...

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. — 21 May 1912

TH VKMQCEATm XI200IL REPORT SBBJM DEMIKCES IEITER AS A FAIE SCttUCHEHH. COMTXEJTS- ATrlr7r)iT mrxii "Ni'fV-ar T-Ta.-T'?.r7i- ,--.. -. --l. k And One of Tneir- Grandsons HIIIHIIIIIIIHH JMlHIBtt KIvtiKtairiMKlllfirj ibvMhw y rtn& snMttamc oof r rasFnStf sacs' ass itgttifU! .HiwnrtMlf tD "aar -J snuaarai anwc: iK7 f'ig grmar r. so ihr mwhII aad HaC Aw f ftr r Itef b Jlsjim 3HT iRIOl f5j Ma. Jbrnfasm, SsrrJ 3ie fctfea; ae rtginra tT tfjej Eat Bis-Et Paufe 30f Tari. JBiff ISL a STr" IftwfeuSiBrs gnaac Mhaacr fee Age. fniwt.nrWw hwHpuimi m cm f jw ja "Li - aaar vC3s3BS i - "wili-kMHk -- i.i.. ans?- rit Mll N- mHK nudum VHTtcstt IV iiieaeyj;' hum itSbai MPOHS-WtCE CJ DSim viV r rcEsavr kat xs. " iammmnmmmmmm n n iliiiih , I il I M K 1 1 IbTI 3H f J 1 &T1-I r it r 1 ill I w f r.w imii 1 1 j. 'n? sjni-cr nvrmije. 3to -' i b vtv ' - , jrz;- UwVBVBW T . TubL"". -"IL - .F11- ' ll-fi ii K S "STUB vasaeay ar fe, a fix -iC 2 C Stacy 3k. T3kjk"- aaVs-iS .omsfex. 9fSiB? b iBiaiss eCT Jar-? 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. — 21 May 1912

TH DEMOCRATIC BAHiCIt TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1t12. l ET S7EMX. That F0. Ktt In Eyes, in a S 'O-paoi That Is Weakest. 2Ko.bsnaia erasa, eaqs ;aHfisy tbe 3asaEt. 3b caMd aa Sic udi ins-fl laid owliaaons aettrsar. Bum lie xmnC Sirirtfrml esa- is never lazed Saqwias Hit fei- or Soar jwars 6T a ISatrxcrisa apiecx aad as. xlw we? is ned lj etjueut tstesaaraawB. Tbe '", rnsi 3a He ease 6 jgtdertaranB1 auea, 2saItafi-oc lurcaay aslkt Imam at Tt-ma. a ojr. 2J m sf ar -sy 3a Inwhf-rB ga day sati Visidl eia asg is wr auitwjffigBB. la jhomc ctf 2&C ae least Ibest h iea yjtJif tarafi. ZTbe-es fesss. ts tarF.i amAssr- "W ). KlTS3ttL AS MMZ IMS it SirCb- naaan zesaab aiiiuauaaay caeawr at wettfana or arsis' raw . and a if-TaBg- is ayiuuii. Jtxat nfem a 3be aa C ben- t ailiM Brg axvadd-tf aVaeeas 1b Ik ks tWsa .ens a wwaaatfaay aieajaaafie 3'Brt ts ituLim pa miMjiiiiiii g -Ktraia. TFTif teste s .jilii.i ! ar Seat la 1b3jei as ainiimimriif najBdi i br enLU teglasttr ataat J i.lSl a ats easeJess aac at...

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. — 24 May 1912

jem&ii& wxvttx. PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912 No. 42 ESTABLISHED 183S mm 4 Rl BOTH SEEK TO ADD DELEGATES Roosevelt And Taft Make Attack On New Jersey Each Is Certoio Of Victory-President Says Result Of Ohio Primaries Upholds His Cleveland Statement That Vote Wonld Decide Nomination At Chicago Aod That Plom Is His-Colonel Says He Has Enough Votes, But Wants To Show His Strength Washington. May 2S. President Talt, notwithstanding the result of bis Ohio campaign, still insists that he has the Republican nomination in bis Test pocket. Instead of being depressed by the Roosevelt vic tory in his native state, President rait took the situation more cheer lolly than did many of his followers, nd immediately announced his de termination of contesting every Inch of ground -with Colonel Roosevelt in New Jersey. The president issued this statement: Onr opponents quote from a state ment of mine made in Cleveland that the fight In Ohio, my home state, much to my g...

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. — 24 May 1912

- fc, y, vtt,-yr,rn4f, i1 -.,, t j.j - MfWflWJWWCWWWWS AGE TWO. MMHmMrawTTisci THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY. MAY 2i. 1912 PLANS ome Democrats Nominated At The Primaries Tuesday Picnic Of I'ilii) Schools o Occur June 15 For Decoration Day About Completed Are ' '" ' ' W II I M, tl . .. - j "r ,t V The Union picnic of'tlic Pike town Ehlp schools will he held In Walter Gllniore's Grove on Saturday, June 15. All parents, brothers, sisters and any one Interested In the welfare and edu cation of growing generations are ur gently requested to come with well filled baskets and all that Is iiccch sary to mako It a rousing success. Hand concerts, base hnll games and other amusements will he there to en tertnln. If the weather Is faoruble the Boxwell-l'nlterson commcnccmeiil "will bo held on the giotintlH, hut If dlsagreenblo the commencement will "ho held In the church at North Lib erty on June T2. All aie Invited to tho picnic. Come nnd have a genuine day of recreation, and encourage that eon...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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