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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 April 1910

t Tlfrras ttttt V"vnt wr?""" ""WTv''-rrn'iB ""-WT"v',wwi"Jv,,rT''J i. 3t AQK TWO imaunum jh.uj.hju fc-J iu.BWPiuiiiiwimiuuiHiiummiiuiBigmM County Correspondence j. j. j j. j. j4 . j j. j j ! j 4. MT. LniBKXY J. J. 4. J 4 1 !- J ! i 'l' Many of our pcoplo nro moving a ilttlo in advanco of April becauso of the nlco weather. Low HolUngsworth moved Into Fred Tucker's houso and Mr. Browning of Contorburg moved Into tho Youngblood proporty next door to tho post oillco. Clarcnco McKowa of Clevoland Is Plaiting relatives hero. His wife will go to Clovoland with him when ho returns and they will locate thero permanently. Tho young poople of ur village Ipavo an Eastor entertainment at tho 3tf. E. church Sunday evening which vraa well attondod. Or. Shrontz of MartlnBburg Is treat lag Mrs. J. U. MaBtollor for cancor. Tho riolghbor womon gathorcd at her homo ono day laat week and made Aor now carpot. Miss Jano Duffoy has Just received Intelligence of tho death of her old fciond and former neighb...

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. — 1 April 1910

w..,rirr,7r,.;,i s-- FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAOK THRMfet l"X'i SMI ltl f n ft GOTCH Gets The Decision Over Wins- low In This City . .. And Retains Middle Wuiylit Championship A Most Interesting Wrestling Match Pulled Off At The Park Theatre On Tuesday Evening Preliminaries Held Before The Big Match Tho first atop "in ttao lntroductipn of athlottc sports In Mt. Vernon was takon Tuesday when tho wrestling tournament was hold in tho Park aud itorium. Horotoforo, Jit. Vernon has novor supported an event of tills kind and as a result, tho general public was not enough Interested to bo In attendance on Tuesday night. About two hundred and fifty were presont when tho first preliminary was announced between John Pryo of Mt. Vernon and "Butch" Walters of Nowark. This event was naturally rather tf.rao as tho men wero Inexper ienced and had to rely on nothing but strength In order to secure a fall. Tho first fall was secured by Walters aftor a few minutes and was secured o...

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. — 1 April 1910

" ' TOW,aiJiiriwwnPT-stTTww'Trr iwf-irr rrr ' wMiiWfmnwiW!'H" iww iMjiyjjy ! "y-"'j)ll,jv" i1"'1'' 'jifPw)Niwf.j '"'Vw-wi t';ws" PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1918 FRANK HARPER, Editor aomi-Wo olac-ly BubBcrlptlon Rate $1.50 per yui MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post ollico iia second claw malk matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Editor Banner: Please announco thnt T. M. Dill of Wayno township will bo a caudldato for the Domo emtio nomination for county com mis 8loner at tho coming county primaries. Editor Bannor: Pleaso announce that William Lowla will bo a candi date at tho coming primaries for re nomination for a second term for county commissioner on tho Demo cratic ticket. MORE BUNGLING POLITICS It Is plain to hco what tho Republic an Btrategy boaul which governs tho majority In tho Ohio lcglslaturo was driving at In trying to put over Gov ernor Harmon a Hiibstltuto for his tax limit bill. Tho Republican ...

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. — 1 April 1910

' MB f ll miDAY, APRIL 1, 1010 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER II 1 ." : o it JBK ?. VMS DIVORCE Granted Idn M. Iloose From Charles A. Iloose Id Common Picas Court Thurs day Morning Two Other Divorce CasesAre On The Calendar Many Witnesses Called For Each Case Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Tho caso of Ida M. IIooso vs. Charlos A . Hooso In which tho plain tiff sought a divorce on tho grounds of habitual drunkenness and gross ne glect, was heard by Judgo Wlckham In tho court of common pleas Wed nesday af tornoon and on Thursday morning tho plaintiff was granted a decree of dlvorco on tho abovo nam ed grounds. In addition she was al lowed alimony In the sum of $1,000 and glvon tho custody of tho minor chlldron. Tho defendant was not present to fight tho case, and his whereabouts aro unknown. Ao soon as tho caso was brought in tho Knox county court and temporary alimony was allowed, tho defendant left this city and has not been heard of since. Hooso Is a glass worker by trado and camo h...

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. — 1 April 1910

..a aMM,im PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER flIDAY, APRIL f, ffftO "Vyi.,,,,. , i SAURES Of Employes Of Department Of Public Service Fixed By Tlie City Council Monday Evening i i - The Bond Of Each Official Is Also Fixed Council Thinks Fire Depart ment Needs Equipment But Takes No Action In Re guard To The Same Tho city council mot In regular ses sion in tho council chambor Monday overling with all mombors proaont mid with President Kdward Dovor In tho chair. Tho mectlni; waB callod to or der and tho mlnUtoa of tho provIoiiB regular mooting wore road by Clerk Mclntlro and accepted by council as read. Two court cost lillls were also road by Clerk Mclntlro and woro roforred to tho flnanco commlttoo, attor con sideration. ' An ordlnanco was Introduced to transfer $10 from tho gonoral fund to tho court cobI fund. Aftor tho first reading of tho ordinance, It was moved, secondod and carried that tho ordlnanco bo read for tho socond and third tltncB by lla lltlo undor suspen sion ot tho rulo...

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. — 1 April 1910

4w3ES2 iiiiMimii !!,,. ,),WWi.p.Ml1h,,,,,i,, i v ,,i. j., p,., i , i, ,kmwM.mami AUUHMwiM ' "Y J WfrVT'V '-P-i ff f-y t "- r"""J' ri?"irjrTcr'!J3I,gl vN PRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAQB 8HVTCH MCfflPUS) J Ay , i V 1 1. V K X DEATH LAY 8 H T1GE liJa wn End Comes Quickly i to Jurist. i VICTIM OF APOPLEXY Was In Good Health Up Until Easier Recess. WIFEFK UNCONSCIOUS BODY In Point of Service and Age He Ranked Third on Federal Su preme Bench-Expressed His Opinions on Public Questions Freely and Was Critic of Roose velt Policies. Washington, March 29. David J. Drawer, justice of tlio United States supreme court, died at his residence, 1923 Sixteenth street. Justice Brew er had not been feeling well for raoro than, a week, but ho had not been obliged to take his bed. Ho had en Joyed Easter with members of his family and jestcrday aftornoon walk ed out to tho ofllco of his phjslclan. Ho complained at tho dinner table of feeling slightly worse, but his condi tion was not cons...

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. — 1 April 1910

4,wjtf.Vm'm-ii-mi'miMrrmm'iiTr GTwWriyimWWWS y r.JK EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rtlDAY, APRIL 1, 19f0 f 5-t T MPE-RU-NA DID WONDERS FOR ME." MRS. ROSA BOYER. MRS. JIOSA BOYElt, 1121 Sherman Ave, Kvnnston, 111., writes : "If any ono lias reason to pratao Porunaiit la surely myself, "Last spring I became bo run down from tho sorloua elTects of n lingering cold, that several complications united In pulllngmodown. I could neither cit "tor sloop well, and lost flesh and spirit. "I finally tried Poruna and It did wonders for mo. In two weeks I was like another person, and In n month I olt bettor than I over hud boforo, , 'I thank 1'ontna for now II fo and strength. I eond you two plcturos, so you can boo what l'eruua has done for mo," Better TIiqii for Years. Mm. Mary IF. Jonos, Burning Springs, Ey., writes: "I wish to speak ft word In pratfto of your highly valued 1'orunn, as I have boon blessed with tho guidon opportu nity of giving it a fair and impartial test, and can say that I havo ...

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 1910

1 jetttoero tttttutr. ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1910 No. 27 PRICE TWO CENTS 9 JXJP a S tU. K if ROOSEVELT WILL NOT CALL ON Declines to Accept i Pontiff's Terms. REQUESTED AUDIENCE i Ganges Mind When Reminded of Fairbanks Incident. IS UPHELO BY ROMAN PRESS Liberal Orgcn Praises American For Refusal to Surrender Free- - dom of Action-Former Presi dent Tells Friends Not to Get : Excited Oyer Incident. Rome, April 4. Until his arrival hero, Colonel Roosevelt's long journey kas been crowned, with success. In every stage his hunting of royal game was triumphant. When he emerged Into civilization from Khar toum to Calio his journey was that of a monarch, it is on European soil that, for the first time in his world famous tour, Colonel Roosevelt has met with dlbappointment. It was thought that today would see his meeting with King Victor Emmanuel and then tomorrow his mooting with the pope. He will see the king today aud dine wiUi him, but Roosevelt will not see 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. — 5 April 1910

V? pptrn,W,WW)7C iTTr trtyTff TjtmT; JJ15 ' -fr f -vitjwwtpr'J wi! HfwSViFv "AGE TWO Ijwim iiiiiii in ii i nrwwwfwtTiwi wlt ajb li." n armc aim t f run ra ji i i-mriMwrt Tf irrnt ftmm in iiwv wmwupb THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1910 mnmrv7r.ifemPMinvMwwfl. A .CANAL SYSTEM t GETS KNOCKOUT Money For improvement Elimi nated From Bill. HOUSE ACTION UNPRECEDENTED (Refuse to Redeem Pledge Made by State to Federal Government For Completion of Northern Division of j Ohio Canal In Return For Building of Dresden Dam Appropriation Dill Is Cut $213,550, Total Amount Carried Being $5,317,941.99. Columbus, U., April 1. TJio House Of representatives, in a session that lasted well into the night, passed the general appropriation bill without carrying in it a cent for canal ex jicndlturcs, except their earnings and unexpended balances of previous ap propriations. This was the Ilrst Mmo tho canals have been omitted from participation In tho lcKlslatlvo hand out since they wero llrst constr...

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 1910

tar, ,i,. TUE8DAY, APniL 5, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THKC fjy-i.r ....a.iftA. u '(. I ttr J' . tn IA h t ' i OS Designers In Paris London And New York Are Turning Out A Large Of The Most Beautiful Even ing Costumes A Tendency To Imitate The Greek Types i Latest Fashion Notes From New York (By Florence Fairbanks) New York, April 2 Now, that East er with Its customary display of new finery Is a thing of tho past, iho thoughts of fashionable women onco more revert to evening toilets which, during the Lenten season wero some what neglected. To a woman of or iginal Ideas and artistic taste tho plan ning of an evening toilet must give exquislto pleasure this season, as fa fahion never before allowed much un restrained liberty in tho selection of style, material, color and ornamenta tion as at the present timo. It might be said that everything is permissi ble so long as Its general effect Is ar tistic and picturesque. The famous designers In Paris, London and Now York are tin nlng o...

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 1910

iiMiiiirii r -us (sfMKttftfrnity'ftrtftTi n. 1 1 ii r?"r! - - .., ..... oml-'Wootely uBcriptlon Bate 1 1.50 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Veraon, 0., post wRlce ob second eloas moll matter. 5 MONUr.TENT SQUARE CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY- COMMISSIONER Editor Banner: Please announce, that T. M. Dill of Wayne township will bo n candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for county commis sioner at the coming county primaries. Editor Bauner: Pleaso announco that William Lewis will be a candi date at the coming primaries for re nomination for a second term for county commissioner on the Demo cratic ticket. LOCAL OPTION CONTESTS IN ILLINOIS Chicago, 111., April 4 Prohibition leaders predict that the "dry" terri tory of Illinois will lie materially in creased as a result of the town and dty oloctlons throughout the State tomorrow. Several hundred cities uro to voto on the anti-saloon question. Among the number are Sprlngfiold, Kl .sin, Mollne, Aurora, Dlooinlngton, Ccntr...

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 1910

wV1 V s ,: ' M y r DELEGATE i Convention To tic Held By The Democrats On Saturday June 4 At The Court House To Select Delegates To Various Conventions List Of Delegates Each Town ship Is Entitled To , I-,. . Meeting Of The Demcratic Central Committee Tho Democratic County Central Commit "o met Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for the purpose of con sidering and fixing 'ho time of hold inp tha Democratic delegate conven tion and for 'the transaction of any ifyrther business that might come be foro tho committee. Tho mooting was called to order by tho chairman of the Democratic Central Committee, Mr. John Cun ningham of College township, while Mr. Curtis W. McKee acted as sec retary of the meeting. Tho meeting was largely attended and an air of enthusiasm seemed to pervade the atmosphere. The Resolutions' The following icsolutlons were pre sented and unanimously adopted: Resolved, That tho delegates elect ed at the primary hold May 17, 1910, as prescribed by the Dronson law, meet in...

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 1910

ii.t.mMMMawiM)millIIMIimWrtOTMlllIMaMIUMItl.WIWl(f PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, APRIL B, 1910 mmuMmffmmtmimymtt ifiiMtil I IP IV J ft ---Ooo : PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. n --.-- -"-qo o Brooklyn, N. Y., April a.-1'nstor O. T. Russell of Brooklyn Tnbernaclo preached licro twice todny to'splendld audiences. Olio of Ills discourses wns entitled, "Tlio Overthrow of Satan's Empire." The other, wlilcli wo report, wns on the necessity for the Millen nium from :liu text nbovo quoted. Pastor Russell said: ItcspectliiB two mailers there can bo no question: (1) That the early Church thorough ly believed In a Sllllennlal Kingdom, hoped for it, prayed for It "Thy Kingdom come; thy will be done on earth as It Is done In heaven." (2) It is equally certain that today the doctrine of the Millennium Is ta booed as "out of date" out of har mony with the views of the Higher Critics nnd Evolutionists, who nro Jllllng practically nil the chairs In our co...

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 1910

rmv'r"rfy i 'tnmimf. IW. ""im'WmmH'Wmt'-X TUE8DAY, APRIL 5, 1910 THE DEMOOBATIO BANNER PAGE SEVEN? ' "XTVUS"' TrtVgi-''iS'nri'-g- vyTiw x-fnmp wwy pt, yu yy y- ry t- r? " tt -" iJ'-T,'i.-f V' ; wy r . S tii YA I fa l i I ' 11 ( J I WW V COURT Takes Divorce Case Under Advisement And Adjourns Court Until Future Date In the court of common pleas on Thursday, Judgu Wlckhum hoard the divorce suit of Harding vs. Harding mid stated that ho would take the caso under advisement for sometime. Accordingly he adjourned court to some date In April, to be announced later, when he will give his decision In this case and hear the divorce case of Beeney vs. llecney. Deeds Filed t " , Catherine Klrkpatrlck to Iva M. Peterson, parcel In Clinton, $C00. Lewis A. Walker to Anna Albaugh, 75 acres In Mllford, $4,500. Three Times In A Year Was 17 Year Old Girl Lansing, Mich., April 1. Married nnd divorced twice and married a third time within a year, this time to a man 20 years her senior, and her self hut ...

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 1910

Bafcwjj.y.wvjrrm rags imimmmiinuiuimmfnfm nMM'itnmitmvfttmmmi'UKHiilnm 'fllttF - ..-r,.,r.,..U.,..., RffVft ,.;.,. l, ,r 'f wr.yjipTffeT iyl.1, I !!.,. """' I" I" ij,i...iiiU III i".Wi1,wwW"i ,1 .nlj mwi I 1 ' Vl . - ua-am,-.-. Ill M r i ' ' 'VIM" IBawrM''lllJMWjJ'"3 ; i r I: tM ;pagh mairr nxmnnujMiSHfB SHORT LOCALS 3!ggs 22c. Butter 30c. Gom Laundry, 7 N. Main St tt Clough for sewing machines. tt Vbarp' for c t flowem, 8 N. Main. Mr. Frank Wilson went lo Canton, t., this morning on busilncHS. Flowers and floral designs. Alicrn's. Tho public schools resumed this morning after a week's vacation. Spading forks GOc. Woolson's De partment store. Mr. J. F. MnliafTcy of North Sim dusky street went to Danville Mon day morning to spend the day. Mr. D. I). Williams went to Cohun 1ms Monday morning to transact some matters of business. Peas, beans, and corn seed In bulk. JVVoolson's Department store. Mr. George Horry and Mr. Harry Kennedy spent Sunday In Newark, the quests of friends. Como! ...

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. — 8 April 1910

FVlWf7f y- " - t - p w ff'W' i - r? ,...n - t-w - - - i -I p 7Awt,Tn WWwK- VI, fc antir ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910 No. 28 PRICE TWO CENTS l( fflli"ttf if first tii C ,J t ?i f ,' rs tic. a v i l ONE lira ONE CONFESSES Grand Against Action Follows Statement Of Pittsburg Effect That The President Of German National Bank Proposed To Make Him Holder Of Big Graft Stake -Head Of Workingman's Savings Bank Admits Tampering With Councilmen Pittsburg, April 7. Prank N. Hoff- atot, millionaire president of the Ger man National bank of Allegheny and president of the Pressed Steel Car company, was Indicted by the grand Jury on charges of bribery and con spiracy. Emll Winter of tho Work ingman's Savings Bank and Trust company of Allegehny, went Into court and confessed that ho had bribed councilmen to the extent of $20,000. James M. Anderson, general bookkeeper of tho Workingman's Savings Bank and Trust company, was arraigned on a charge of having mutilated tho books o...

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. — 8 April 1910

W'i'A'ii' '.77IT1 """""""''. '. ""-m"" ""'r!-T,-i!trrrn'-T:'"'--- Y......ifMlMmrrtmwriiiipwia.tau '....immmmn'. :,j- , ' -,;,.,....,,,.,,) , w. --rvjJfll'""'"l--"'"t ';'?'" IJi " ' n ' " $ ! y- iy"Tr- THTTBeTOORATIO BANNER V FRIDAY, APRILS, 19t t ilmriMiiiwMW.w' M,mmu im imi--i -- -'-' V . .. --,. -i i ...- - . . . -- - 1 1 n 51 t U County Correspondence j .j. ! ! j 4 ! 4 4 ! ! ! .J. FllEDKIUOKTOWN A 'H ! ! ! $ ! l 4 "J1 i ! i J 1 Mr. T J. Bcherlor, who 1ms b'cn tivriously 111 with pneumonia, dloi at 3ila rosltlonco north ot Frcdcrlcktow l en Sunday ovonlng at nlno o'clock. Ho leaves a wlfo and nlno children to saourn tho sudden taking off of a good Uiusband and fatlior. Ho wan forty lUno years of ago and had hut recently irarchasod tho Gaywood farm. Fun Mai aorvlcca at the homo on Tuesday Afternoon at 2 o'clock, Uov. A. C. Corfnian of Gambler officiating, and Satorment mado In Forest cemotery. STtoo family havo tho heartfelt syni 5thy of tho entire community In their jjrttit loss a...

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. — 8 April 1910

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 191Q THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER pae THmni, K r & WJ r v w L y .' Y SISTER Of A lit. Vernon Man Found Dead In Mansfield Edith Emerson, A Stenogra pher, Dies Tuesday And There Is A Mystery About Her Death Coroner Is Called To Make . An Investigation Hi- i I Tody Found On The Bed .Fully Clothed (Mansfield Nows) MIbb Edith Emorson, aged 25 years, a stenographer In the ofllco of tho Ohio Brass company, was found dead in hor room at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hardgrovo, 265 West Fourth street, at 1:45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Tho cause of death is not known and Coroner Maglott Is making an In vestigation. Miss Emerson came hero from Monroeville ahout nino. months ago and was for a tirao a stenographer In tho ofllco of tho Ideal Electric com pany, later going to the Brass works. Sho mado arrangements to secure board and room at tho Hardgrovo 'homo about a week ago and went thero at 11:45 Tuesday to got dinner. Sho ate hor dinner, but complained of having a headache a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 8 April 1910

JAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC 'BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1MB uuHiiwiji.ijmysiwauuiuiMi ae J 6, V 'l 1: n M'f k. ! i f 1 K & II? Che Staimcff. FRANK HARPER, Editor Soxal- '77"oolsJLy Subscription ilate $1.50 per MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post office oa second claai mall umiiui 6 MONUMENT SQUARE CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Editor Banner: Please announce that T. M. Dill of Wayne township will be n candldnto tar the Demo cratle nomination for county commis sioner at the coming county primaries. Editor Banner: Pleaso announce that William Lewis will be a candi date at tho coming primaries for re nomination for n second torm, for county commissioner on tho Demo cratic ticket. DEMOCRATIC CQUHTYJJ0NVENT10N To Select Delenates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions Tlio delegates elected In tlio novoral townships mid wards In Knox county at tlio primary held May 17, 1810, will moot in a county convention nl tlio court house in ML Vern...

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. — 8 April 1910

T- FfllDAY, APRIL 8, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE PlVfv :.- (h ft w W II, F J' j IMPORTANT Matters Discussed At The Citizens' Assentation At The Annual Meeting Wed nesday Evening April 20 To Be "Clean Up" Day in The City The Annual Election Of Officers Occurs And L. C. Penn is Ke-Eiected President At tho annual mooting of tho Mt. Vernon Citizens' Association Wednes day! evening, steps wore taken on sov oral important movements: To estab lish a hitching lot on South Mulberry l street, to cause the hitching rings on South Main street to bo replaced, to establish a "clean-up" day on April 20th, to have tho road to tho state sanatorlumput in propor condition and to have tho viaduct paved.. Those, Just mentioned were among tho most important matters dlscussdd. Tho meeting was called to order by President L. C. Penn with twenty- Br mm rw gftr VJ wSSm 39 L. C. PENN Re-elected President of the Citizens' Association Wednesday evening. ono mombers present at tho roll call. Tho minutes of t...

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