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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 8 April 1910

Mrt flSCHKMHB'W CJ - AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 8, t10 If It f N ; i r hi 4: & If r Id K ! V 1 t' , I lit s UDBENLY Tlie Summons Of Death Come To Rev. F. II. Huntsberger As lie Was Spading In The Garden Near His Home Heart Disease Was The Cause Of His Death Was In The -Ministry For Several Years The Funeral Arrangements Are Announced Death camo suddenly to llov. Frank lin Herman Huntsborgor Monday ovening about live o'clock while lio wns busy at his work In Uio garden nt )ils homo on lOant Choolnut street. For tho past Hovornl days ho had boon suffering from an attacik of tho grip, liut had almost recovered and had oat on a hearty dinner Monday noon and apparently was almost aa Btrong and woll as ever. Death camo unexpected ly to Sir. Huntsberger as ho was spad ing In tho garden. Iloart troublo was pronounced as tho cause of bin doath. Tho deccasod wns llfty-slx yoara of ago and was horn In Wayne county, near Woostor. He Kocurud all of his early education In Uio...

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. — 8 April 1910

""i" FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8EVCN' WIWMMIlWWniUlllHlMimiMII " V V x V tf u. v ', , 'Vs SIXTH Anniversary Of Mt, Vernon Council, K. Of C, Pleasantly Celebrated On Tuesday Evening With A Banquet And Program Of Toasts ' Followed By An Evening Of Oancing ALarge Number Ofjniglits In Attendance Monday marked tho sixth annlver nary of Mt Vornon Council No. 847, Knights of Columbus and on that ov uning, tho ovont was celebrated with a banquet, reception and danco. For Bomo tlmo preparations havo been be ing made for this ovent with tho ono intention of having It ono of tho lead ing social events of tho year and tho expectations surely didn't fall short In any way. Tho banquet was begun at about nine o'clock after all of tho Knights and their ladles had arrived. In tho club hall and recoptlon room, before tho party adjourned to tho ban quet room, tho height of merrlmont and good will prevailed everywhere, but especially around the ovor refresh ing puuch bowl which w...

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. — 8 April 1910

mwmumatrMuMimmm im yTf an .i 'iiimwiTwwwwwww'WNiiii'a'MMlnwmwmi9wi mm imiwmiiwm y -r ssrvnMNRMHMitic HTiW;riT,n-., ",fc'Wfit nw,mw..i ! 'i W aHWr-!MH,mm ,.- ... ,.., x f y i -n'TriTmiirtiiiirrinmniiniiiiifiiiiiiiirtiiffly c I it trit , 1 ,A I- ( I 1 It i ? !o 3l Si $ ! r t 1 i IAQE EIGHT CATARRH DESTROYED MY APPETITE v? ;' 8. I 53?:'i': 385 t Ks I & Removed Catarrh, Restored Appetite. MrJoseph II. Oonlan, 487 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "I sutforcd from catnrrh which : weakened my cntlro system. 1 "i am now cureu miu encoruu in spirits, an inroiign me agency oi i-oiu- na, which has cured mo offoctuully and restored my appetite. "Aiy oniy rcgroi is mat i uui not avoided all my previous sufTerlng and VSAK Torpid Liver, Stomach Trouble. Mr. James O'llyrno, GLf) Madison St., Topoka, Kas., conductor Hanto Fe Rail way and mombor Order of Hallway Con ductors, wrltos: 'I Buffered wltlj a torpid liver and tomach trouble, which mado my com plexion very sallow, and I felt misera ble...

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. — 12 April 1910

ffWHWfpJf V ttnntv ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910 No. 86 PRICE TWO OENTS ""- 'w'piwmwiifMi'wjfiwpwiij.piffiipfwiJi .wfgmmt "7 c V t' i, . h. ; . r 1 I II ill I Bod Of Railroad Builders ies town To Signal To Fire Charge Given Before Men Were Warned To Leave Deep Cut On Extension Of Santa Fc Rail road in Texas-Bodies So Badly Mutilated That Only Five Have Been Identified Three Seriously Injured ' ' And One Missing Novlto, Tex., April 11. By the prematura explosion of a heavy charge of dynamite at a construction camp on the Texico extension of the Santa Fe railroad eight men were In stantly killed and three badly Injured ud another Is missing. Only five or the dead havo been Identified owing to the fact that the bodies of the men were torn Into cihrcd3 by the force of the explosion. A relief train with physicians and nurses was sent out from Coleman, 85 miles cast of hero, upon receipt of oows of the explosion. They found Uttlo need for tho physicians, as all ...

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. — 12 April 1910

Warere.E.nwjMj! !lADE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910 I tf lit; fi m IM k! ANNUA meeting Of The Presbyterian Church Thursday Night When Reports Of The Year's Work Were Read Resolutions ;Were Adopted On The Resignation - The Pastor, The Rev. James S. Revennaugh Officers Were Also Elected At The Annual Meeting The unmial nicotine of tlio Flrnt Presbyterian church wiih held Thurs day ovonlng at tho rhurch on North Cay struct. A larno number of friends and motnhors of tho church wore pres ent during tho evening which wns u combined buslncHB nnd soclnl nlT.iIrs Tho mooting was called to order by Clork II N. Litton and on motion, W. V. Dogoardim was appointed. iih chair iiian. This was followed by prayer. Tho minutes of tho lust previous moot ing were rend by Clork It. N. Litton. Following this camo tho various re ports which wero as follows: Woman's Foreign and Homo Mis sionary Society Hccolpts during tho 7oar, $183.07. Disbursements during tho yoar $205.57. Dcnollclont...

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. — 12 April 1910

"t r i" n. TUE8DAY, APRIL 12, 1810 THE IWlM , DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRKKf jr r 'J- WANTED To See His Papo In Sonatirium In Ml, Vernon So Mansfield Boy Decided To Run Away And Got As Far As The Rail way Station When His Weil Laid Plans Are Interfered With Interesting Story About A 6 Year Old Doy (Mansfield Nowa) Adam Ilaag la tbo six-year-old coo o Mr. and Mrs. John Ilaag, of 74 Ford etrcot. Ills papa is in tho sanitarium at Mt. Vernon and over sinco ho has boon thoro tho matter has boon much Id tho little fellow's mind. Thursday afternoon the boy had been out playing in tho neighborhood of his homo and during this tlmo his mamma went out to one of tho neigh bors. Happening to get homo during her absenco tho boy jumped to tho con clusion that sho had gono to Mt. Ver non and had forgotten to take him along. It didn't tako him long to decide what to do. Ho would also go to Mt. Vernon as be was just as anxious as anyone elso to sco his papa. Ho didn't have ' any mouoy to see him throu...

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. — 12 April 1910

!S5SSSMiiirWwuiiiw PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 191 mBOHWlJltJlMIVUXWAmaMm J BMT.nWM!MIinPMBMjTilMj 51 w LTI i ! ' ir ij it FRANK HARPER, Editor SoxiaJL-XoolxJLy BubBcrlptlon Rotn 11.50 per you MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered nt the ML Vernon, 0., post btllce as socoud class mall matter. 5 MONUWENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC GOUNTYJQHYENTIOH To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions Tlio dclegntoa elected In tlio sovcral townships and wards in Knox county at tlio primary held May 17, 1310, will meet In a county convention at tlio court house In ML Vernon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. tor tlio purpoao ot delecting delegates to represent (ho Democracy of Knox coun ty In tho Stnto convention, tlio Circuit Judicial convention and tho Hanntqrlal convention, as follows: J Nino delegate! and nlrio alternates to tho Democratic Hlnlo convention, to bo held at Dayton on Juno 21 and 22. Nino dclegntCB and nlno alternates to t...

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. — 12 April 1910

s THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER pak riv W MIIIIHHI TUESDAY, AP3IL 12, 1910 & r I M COVERED Two Mi lion Miles In 46 Years AlTlia llirotlle John Rineliart A Former Resident Of Mt. Vernon Retires As An Engineer On The C, & C, Railroad With A Record That Is Most Remarkable Never Had, A Wreck And Never Killed A Person Two million mllca of travel on the 0., A. & C. railroad eighty times around tho earth Is tho record made by an old Pcnnsylanla engineer who retired from actlvo service and was transferred to tho pension list April 1, says tho Columbus Dispatch. Tho vetoran is John Rinohart of 90 East Lincoln street, who is 08 years of ago, has bcon in tho sorvico of tho C, A. & C. for forty-nino years, has novor been responsible for a wrecks has never Injured a man, woman no child with his trains, and has never cost tho company a penny In property damage through any neglect on his part or failure to obey orders. Mr. Ulnohart has never run on any road other than the C, A. & C, an...

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. — 12 April 1910

smmsm nmrHmmminMnN 'SW(WfH3WBIB!WJWr,JMAJDtWWJi? WllOHlWI AMMWWMdWMN SKCS PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC? BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1918 mmntmmmmie'fmfJInm ss frltr m " i tt t I m v --3or PEOPLE'S Sermnn by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. )00 April 10. I'nstor ItiisHoIl, accompa nied by Dr.JouiH, who will serve lilin iih stcnogrnphor. nnil liy a rcprosoiitiitive of this Journal, wilted from Now York April 0th for .leriiHiilom via L'arltt, llcrno, Naples, Aleimilrl:i, Cairo and tho Pyramids, JalTii, to .loriiHiitem and vicinity. Ills return will ho via Home, Vienna, Warsaw, Iterllti, Ullicrfcld and London. Meetings have been nrrang fd for enroute. Ills IoiircsI Htny will bo In Great Hrltaln, where about twen ty appointment In the principal cities await him. Ho will bo speaking prac tically every day. Ilia Sunday dis courses will bo Hpcclally reported lu theso columns. Special Interest will center In tho discourses at Jerusalem and Home. The many readers of his sermons will fo...

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. — 12 April 1910

TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE OEVEK FINE Will Be The New Library To Be Built On Site j j j j j j. 4. .j j, ,j !, t minus j4 j j j . j .J4 j j. .j. ! j tj. , ,j, A Mm wan horn Saturday morning to Mr and Mrs Cliarlcs. Sponrman. ro siilinj. on the old Delaware road j Mrs Samuel Dougherty was a visi tor in Coluinlnm Saturday iiflnrnooii "The Last Stand," an Appeal For Protection of Animals As Preservative To Keep Tilings Fresh After Writing Note Saying He Wanted To Die Into Confessing Crime Didn't Commit lie MILK SUICIDED TORTURED , I V y Chicago, 111., April 8 Fresh, rlpo ttgn from California sorved on tho breakfast tables of Chlcagoans and dead bodies so preserved as to shatno tho effortB of tho anclont Egyptians with their mummifying process are wljr two of tho results promlsod from a preparation of skimmed milk which tho originator, Dr. d. Henry Nowak of Austin, calls "Qalo" and which, ho declaros, will revolution ize many industries. Somo of tho other qualities...

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. — 12 April 1910

i. jwnnewmiii uuuimi imiimmw nmiim.iwniwim'" , AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1010 mm-L .) -ami ..A-, fit w ffi m?" t f it. I. f i'f I IH ,;! v ( i' i i m u KILLED AS HE LEAVES Editor of Christian Journal Victim of Religious Fanatic, . flCCUPIED PULPIT AT MISSION Pittsburg Is Scene of Tragedy When Frank Skala U Shot Down by Rus sian Who Took Objections to Some of His Remarks Also Wounds El- I tier John Gay and After Intimidat ing Large Crowd Wins Footrace For Car and Escapes. Pittsburg, April li. Editor Frank Skala of tho Christian Journal, after proachlng a sermon In tho Second Presbyterian church mission of Woods Hun, was shot dead after ho toad stepped outside tho church by Michael Rcudlcz, a religious Russian fanatic, who also tried to kill Elder John Gay of tho church mission. Cay is In a hospital with tlirco bullets In ills body and cart scarcely recover, While tho murderor of Skala escaped. Bknla, the dead man, has been con aldorod tho leador of his pcoplo...

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. — 15 April 1910

1 " .Ui1 wi.,jipjHwvywtiiiHwffvqg v0KrmiHiyt"irv.'Ai -I JWTffWH -Vr-" - rvjp-.,. i ?t 7 TiV WT- W"" ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1910 No. 30 PRICE TWO CENTS PARDON OF COOPERS REVIVES OLD FEOD Lady Paget on Mission In This Country For King Edward Ilemjyaiiip Jmnutt. SENATORS hill I j H' O' AROUSES ENTHUSIASM At The Jefferson Washington Minority Leader Clark .Made A Great Speech On The Occasion And Suggests That President Interview Speaker Cannon As To imiuence Wielded Oy House Minority Also Intimates That Democrats Helped Roosevelt Out Of Many 'A Tight Hole Washington, April 14. W. J. Bry an's letter, In which ho resurrects his thoory of quantitative money, was read at the Jefferson day dinner given by DomocratH o the District of Co ljmula nt the Wlllard. Some of tho Democrats at. tho dinner apparently have loss faith In this quantitative theory of money than tho Hon. Wil liam J. In fact Champ Clark, tho minority leader in the house, said when it caire his turn ...

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. — 15 April 1910

iiwHiiiuiljaKaBiaHnrrtiwiiiaAirt uaumMmaueuumntaiamwtuwt mnwru tWBUgmwmirwawiWMti'Mfe tazttxammm&jexxzisiceiaim r ntwuHammMmK?Ji?, miS:WSIMt!WAibhsr A PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 101B Jfca i ft I ; 'j ir i ' r. County Corres 14 ! ! ! 4 4 I" 4 'I !' j. .j. .j. 4. VlttiDKIUCKTOWN Miss ulsthor James of Akrou, who lias been visiting relatives In this place tlio past fow weeks, returned to her homo on Saturday last. Miss Ilcrmlo Reynolds and Miss Laura Drentllnger woro In Newark on Friday last to attend tho funoral of Glenn, tho two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eaward Galeghort Mrs. Galo iher was formerly Miss Lola Mcln tiro. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zolman were guests of Mrs. Albert Trott at Mt. Vor Bon over Sunday. Mrs. Charles Lcdick of Mansfield spent Sunday lu this placo with Mr. Tcdlck, who Is employed at tho Footo foundry Mrs. C. C. 11 urns was guest of her alator at Mt. Vernon ovor Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Cummlngs wero Mansfield visitors ovor Sunda...

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. — 15 April 1910

-?T""l TUPr m m i NWM lpnJTOtf AWflfWH W - ySw WX FRIDAY, APRIL IB, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRU w U" , SUPREME Court Holds In Favor Of The Commissioners In Reference To Claim For Burial Of A Soldier Inventory In The McFall Estate At Mansfield A Number Of Accounts Are Filed In Probate Oilier Items From The Temple Of Justice Tho Bupromo court decided a cuso that will bo of Interest to undertakers, Tuesday morning, tho case ot Ohio ox rol H. M. Dargor & Co., under takers, vs. the board pt commissioners of. Flko county, says tho Columbus Dispatch. Bargcr & Company had chargo of tho funeral of Matthias Howe, an old soldier, and presented a bill ot $75 to tho county under the act of April 10, 1908, tho committee to havo chargo of such burials having presented a voucher for that amount. Tho county presented several de fenses, one being that tho act was in valid becauso it proposed to spend public funds for privato purposes and becauso it gavo a public duty to a committee 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. — 15 April 1910

I JjlJJffT jSrywgBiMiiiVi'ii iGsrsxwrYm'&tvriHimiiuniiiiitmci)wm nUwua idtwuiJ.'Jwxtv anniittaaWiWBW Tsaa)KhMaaMwuaJiaariBBiP iiiiiiiiiriiiiiLWHwitiw,iwtwwii)iA'"WMiriiiaaia-ii'i jgraiimfiMiMiffiiMwi iMumw&w&wMiMwmmrspmvWk-wsnmttm PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 18, UJItf ship will bo a candldato for tbo Dem ocratic nomination for cleric of courts at tho county primaries on May 17. PLAY Mfoe&&oi F FRANK HARPER, Editor m i 1 1 "1 ' iri v INFORMATION m i M If I 4 I yv 1 6 i? m ikVi i'tfi 8omi-"Wo olsJL-y Subscription Uate tl.BO par (a MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mr, Vornon, 0., post oltlco aa second clou mail matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE REPRESENTATIVE Kdltor Banner: l'lenso announce that Samuel II. Gotshall will Do a can dldato nt the primary on May 17 for rcnomlnntlon for representative on tlio Democratic ticket. SHERIFF Kdltor Uannur: Please announce that l'ctor J. Parker will bo a candl dato nt the primary on May 17 for re nomlnatlon for sherif...

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. — 15 April 1910

VI K FRIDAY, APHIL 15, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE nv ; s VJ n t It At r , (H ' V .t J w w? ANNUAL Meeting Of Tiie First Baptist Church Oi The City . Held On Wednesday After noon And Evening When Reports For The Past Year Were Given Officers Elected For The Coming Year And A Supper Served In The Church Parlors Tho annual mooting of the First baptist church of Mt. Vernon was held Wednesday afternoon and ovenlng. Tho event was a great success in ev ery respect, overyono present being doeply interested in tho work which tho church is doing and Interested also In tho social and business parts of tho meeting. Tho attendance was ful ly as largo as that of last year, dur ing the cntlro proceedings. At four o'clock in tho afternoon, de votional exercises woro held in tho auditorium of tho church led by tho paBtor, Itov. F. E. Brinlnstool. At five o'clock, tho social hour was begun and lasted until six o'clock. During this period, the members and friends of tho church mingled freely and ...

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. — 15 April 1910

v,'.rsrWirifiTtitr,wwgnBMwiiiiwi(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii wi iiwirttdMWUMiiftf'biiwintiW ngmjiimM WCTWIftOTWWWfUBtlHll: WWjfejJWJi.Hfiiw.ij.i1iiniwitea'Pillli)iWw w.-JMiUWwm1U"M iiiMimiirtffl'VMaifMurefflH j I Z.CTT -Mm "K -w Tfcffw1"" - wryfcY t J J "rHri'fan,ViiniTiTYiTiiiiw); PAGE aix THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1015 MNfMtMNnlMMfPlVMMMManCMtMKr m- COUNCIL Transacts Considerable Busi ness Monday Night Talk Of Re-paving A Block On High Street And Of Replacing The Bitch ing Kings Which Were Removed Some Weeks Ago Other Business Transacted By City Fathers Tho regular meeting of tho city council whs hold In tho council chain lor Monday evening at novon o'clock with President Kdward Dovor In tho chair. Tho mooting was callod to order and tho roll wan callod, all members answering to thoir namos, excepting Messrs. Dowds and Colo. Tho min utes of tho last rogular mooting woro accepted by tho council as road by Clerk Mclntlro. Tho first matter before tho council was tho reading of tho...

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. — 15 April 1910

wip(py l-1'i'Vv iVy.,V-r-wr--Wr-y iihp( jtti'v " !" f-wr T"'' ,Tr7"rri ; FRIDAY, APRIL 1B, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN BMiuumnuiMMU9mm V V GANNON SCOP, ippoiro Resents Rsfusal of House to Pay His Gasoline Bills. MAKES SPtECH FROM FLOOR Shakos Plnfler at Insurgents and Telia Them That Unless They Join With Democrats to Oust Him From His Position Ho Will Serve Until Expiration of Present Term De lends Tariff Law and Denounces Lying. Press. Washington, April 12. Spoakor Cannon lost his tcnipor after the fcouse, by a vote of 131 to 111, re fused to agrco to insert amendments ta tho legislative bill allowing the vlco president and tho speaker ?2, tOO each for tho maintenance of tholr government automobiles. Undo Joe, whlto with anger, left tho speak er's chair and strodo down on the floor of the house Tho same Repub lican Insurgents who gavo him so much trouble In tho big row a fow weeks ago had Joined once more with tho Democrats to strlko out the an proprlntlon for tho .maint...

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. — 15 April 1910

iiWiwiitiwiiwiiiiiiiwiii iniXiiTiiiTiriJiC)t,uiimjj'Jijyi.iJiii)ii.)M JMSV 'Wi.1' 'W '" '' 1!IWBB .'.J'gM WWWr.'I'BIWlUi'.IIBllllHIHIHim I iiwwmwwimWIi1 tiHiWiiwlaJJJiwmuJH H r .S afe eight .rt nuianten SHORTJLflCALS i Eggs 24c; Buttor 30c. Mrs. Harold Walker was a visitor in 'Columbus Thursday afternoon. Mr. M. B. Lytic went to Columbus this afternoon on business. Mr. Galo Critchfleld went to Utlca 'ThuR.dny noon to spend several days With friends. Read Quatd's ad. In this Issue. Miss Ruth Under of Cincinnati, O., In tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. 'Anderson of East Sugar street. See Quald's windows for late styles. Mr. C. S. Hartwcll of Utlca spent Thursday In Mt. Vernon, attending to some matters of business. Tho home of good clothes Quald's. An experienced sales woman, speak ing French, wanted by the J. S. King--wait Co. Mr. Harry E. Connor of East Gam bler street went to Howard Thursday morning to spend tho day fishing. Mr. Orlo Pugh of Columbus Is spend ing several days with r...

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. — 19 April 1910

r Jtflrwjj, -f "'""rtw1' ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 No. 31 PRICE TWO CENTS A'irfw-' jrr- r wwwirafi tkimxtt. ige i- k TRAIN HELD UP TWO Turn Engine Loose After Escaping With Booty Presence' Of Mind Displayed By Woman Telephone Oper ator Prevents Coliision With Freight-Mail Clerk Is Forced To Throw Nine Registered Packages From Car-Robbers Steal Horse And Coot In Making Escape-Two Suspects Arrested San Francisco, April 18. Tho Overland Limited was held up near Benlcla by two masked men. Ono covered tho engineer and fireman, while the other, after locking tho passengers in tho Pullmans, went through the mall cars, rifling the reg istered mat) bass. The train robbed carried no ox press matter. Tho mall clerk was forced by the robbers to throw out sine of the 80 registered packages, end of these nine, four have boon re covered. The robbers wore too close ly pursued to go through them. One Tall, Other 8hort. Tho robbery was committed by two men, one tall and...

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