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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 19 April 1910

EjwjiiiijiTiiBwll .J" I t if. t ? IK' !' r Af?E TWO WmaBnaan ASHBROOKS Injured In An Automobile Accident Nownrk, O., April iG.--In nn auto taobllo nccldont Into yesterday Con gressman W. A. Ashbrook mid wife of Johnstown, William A. Ashbrook, fath er of tho 'congressman, and Miss Ida Green, all occupants of tho auto, wore Injured, whllo on n trip to Johnstown Tho nccldont occurred near here, and was caused by a big shepherd dog, Tunning In front of tho auto, which yraa going at a good rate of speed. In trying to nvold killing the dog, the auto turned over. Mrs. Ashbrook bad sovcral ribs broken; tho congress man's father, who Is well along In years, Is thought to bo hurt Internally and Is In a serious condition. Con gressman Ashbrook nnd Miss Green escaped with only n fow bruises. Occurs In Village 01 Lock Tinirsday Evening An exciting runawuy took placo In Lock on tho main street Thursday evening, Mr. Frank Munson wns driv ing through tho town with a liorso hitched to a cart when on...

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. — 19 April 1910

Wp 7y'wiiT '' b-wt WTWrjPmp'TWri- "7PT "n-'lf TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANlfEE l PA6E THH V SUCCESS in Every Detail Was The Junior Play "The Merchant Of Venice Up To Date" Given At High School Auditor ium Friday Night All The Characters Were Very Ably Sustained And A Large Audience Wit nessed The Performance Tho Junior play, "Tlo Merchant of Venice Up-todato"at tho high school auditorium Friday evening was a hugo success In ovcry way. A mammoth audlenco greeted tho players upon their entrance after tho overture had bcon played by tho high school or chestra under tho leadership of Miss Clark. Tho play Itself was a take-off on tho Immortal drama of Shakespeare by that namo. Tho action ot tho play Is centered around a football game in which tho local high school cloven mcots tho team from Belmont. Bcs sanlo, portrayed by halph Jenkins, Is down In his studies and must take an examination In Latin in order to par ticipate in thoblg Thanksgiving day gamo. Antonio (Dean McKeo...

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. — 19 April 1910

53J32S5 iiViMT5BaitmWBwmnwniin imii uiiiMiMiiwfaiW''"'''Vii!a?!'1'!'''t MJUWPWMWMWlWVMtHWI MMrtRMomrnKMEnm WWSIItiimnHHHB DWMtnwiyiHi WCWwlWBWiffHHrTrTfiv WSflPIBIJ iBjwssiasMUwasiiwwji'u'dtew'i'W'ii'wwwwM ,r.-.M";ta3- " AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 10, IfllO TjniMiiiimiMiiiHaaiimitf iiwTiirlriMtii nimur marJJ""" I'lk m I s IS k ( v : lit (T FRANK HARPER, Editor So30QJL-"0VoolcJLy Subscription ttate 11.50 por yea; MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0., post office as Bocond cLbju mall matter. 6 iMONUMCNT SQUARE that 1 will bo a candldato for county troasuror on tho Domocratlo ticket, at the primaries on May 17. LLOYD M. BELL. Of Hllllar Twp. PR08ECUTING ATTORNEY Editor Banner: Plensc announce that II. IJ. Forcnbaugh of Union town ship will bo a candldato for tho Demo cratic nomination for prospcutlng at tornoy at the county primaries on Mny 17th. DEMOCRATIC C0UNTYJ0NVENT10N To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The ...

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. — 19 April 1910

TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE nv v i IS' X UT Is Filed Oy Henry E. Thomas Of lliis City Against Colored Lodge Of Kniglits Of Pytliids To Recover Money On In surance Policy Suit Filed Against The Keller Estate Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Honry B. Thomas has commenced a Bult In the court of common pleas against Thompson Cooper lodge, No. 7, ordor ot tho Knights of Pythias (colored). Tho plaintiff claims that his son, tho lato Henry J. Thomas, carried a llfo Insurance policy In tho lodge for $300 and that tho beneficiary named In tho policy was Jessie May Thomas, tho wlfo ot tho deceased. Tho plain tiff states that for a certain considera tion tho said Jcsslo May Thomas as slgnod tho police to tho plaintiff in this action. The plaintiff states that defendant has failed to pay tho $300 to him and therefore brings an action compelling tho lodge to pay to him this amount, with Interest from De cember 7, 1909, Tho attorneys for the plaintiff in this action a...

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. — 19 April 1910

i "i '" 'ilMtMillUMWl PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, APRIt 19, 19fO 5 . tf, 1 It i ' i J ,? r i . t ,.t.-.i.QO O PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. On the Mediterranean Bon, April 17. Vo nrc not fur from thtvplaco wliero loor Jonah long ago lind Ills sad ex perience In his attempt to run nway from the Divine commission to tlio Nlncvltcs. Wo arc nrnrlug Jaffa, the port from which he Hailed, then called Joppa. Some. Intent on disproving as much as possible of the lllhlc, havo attempted to make light or Jonah'a ex periences, claiming that thero was no fish In the world of such capacity as could swallow a man entirely. Wo nrc to remember, however, that the Scriptures do not say (hat It wna nn ordinary whale that swallowed Jonah, but rather they specifically declare that God "specially prepared" n great fish for the occasion. Nor Is this nil. Wo have our Lord's own testimony to tho truthfulness of the matter, and whoever denies either bis truthful...

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. — 19 April 1910

nrfmammrmmnrmt! TgMtWffWWW mm;.to .,,,.,. mf,wiM-'-i' TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN wpe-mq f STRAY Topics From Little Old New York Town Death Of Dr. Rainey Removes interesting Character A Fish Story That Is The Rest Produced Thieves Display Peculiar Kind Of Rumor A Very Pathetic Case Of 1 Child Suicide Now York, April 15 Dy tUo death of Dr. Thomas Rainey, who succumb ed to an attack of pneumonia the oth er day at the ago of 85 years, Now York has lost an Interesting charact er. Dr. ltalney was known as "Tho Father of the Drldgo, ' becauso ho had spent twenty-flvo years of his llfo and his entlro fortune of about ?G00,00O, in an endeavor to promoto tho building of a bridge acios3 tho East River, be tween Manhattan and Long Island Ci ty. Tho bridge was to cost ?G,000,000, and was to be built on almost tho oomo site as that on which tho f 17, 000,000 Quccnsboro Biidgo now stands. Dr. Rainoy, who had had a varied and Interesting carocr and bad amassed a consid...

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. — 19 April 1910

iMBMlllWMJillt -H-"' !.. .Wu tjt " - - -r-M-f -tr -- -t - Vr jmrz'--!Zt' JPA&E EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APHIL 19, 1910 1 ii; ft n ;n : ' rfi t X u ,i 1 i ATLEE POMERENE Canton Democrat Prominent at Jefferson Day Banquet. OBSERVE JEFFERSON DAY Columbus Democrats Listen to Gore and Pomerene. Columbus, O., April IS. At tho Joffcrsou day banquet lioro oratorical lionors wore divided between Senator Thomas P. Goro, tho blind orator of, Oklahoma, and Atlco Pomorono, of Canton, Domocrafio aspirant for Sen ator Dick's Job. Senator Ooro de nounced the tariff, Cnnnonlsm, tho Republican party and President Taft. He also paid high trlbuto to Governor Harmon. Mr. Pomcreno spoko on Democracy, praising tho work of Governor Harmon and his ox.joso of Kraft in statu departments. Ho also talked on tho Inequalities of tho pres ent taxation system In Ohio. Dofl Poisoner Gets Children. ML Victory, 0 April 18. As a ro alt of poisoned candy having boon ttcattcred in tho streets horo soveral...

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. — 22 April 1910

JHyjiiffll5MlpUIIl)JPIIllHI .- ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910 No. 32 PRICE TWO CENTS fjrrtf juiitiiiilijitu'i!i; m mil h. jiiiiiijiiuiJt. jic jjwjui'jJMw. Jwt-j,--.-i wipi fwpjp-"' wwwnfHui" wism-ww ffUMHtf WttiXtttvtftic Muttutt mm I, If y ' PROBERS SAY PEARS TOLD In His Statement Find He Was Offer ed Bribe, WORK FOR GRAND JURY Exonerate Members of House From Wrongdoing. IS EVEN BREAK ON WINTERS Investigators Say Erie County , Member's Testimony Contra I dieted, But They Believe Con- ! versation Had Suspicious Ring. i Recommend Laws to Punish ! Attempts to Interfere With ! Legislation By Means of Fake t Telephone Calls. Columbus, O., April 21. The com mitteo named by tho house, to InVea thjato the charges that attempts had teen made to corrupt certain repre sentatives during the consideration of the Elson telephone merger bill In the house, has completed Its labors. Its report says In part: Kb. oxaralnutlon of tho sworn testi mony connects no member of tho ...

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. — 22 April 1910

fmm . T -ifi, ..iw iwgrtttwgauiwrwrfiiwatMaaKti t- 'ariMiMft'iqn. -mmriMmMtr-viamzciKF mc v&rut anst-a t , wiim'i,Hauiit!;aij ,,.".., "w tpiiMwsflOTe3Jwftisi iiMwiittiMffMiMilffliitaMi i! f l?M II ' I hi 1Mb f,A PAGE TWO County Correspondence .j. ,, .$1 .j. j 4 4 4 4 "I .J. i VltEDEIUOKTOWN H I "I 4 I I I "J 4" 4 J" I J Mrs. Samantha Alien of Philadel phia visited bor brother, Mr. W. U Smiley, the past week. Mrs. Ella Finnoll visited last week with Mrs. Manila Gcorgo at Uutler, Mrs. S. covering of Dresden, Ohio, visited with Mr. and MrB. James Dlt wilor tlio past wcok. Mr. Georgo Vail and family woro Kucsts of his brqthor and parents laHt week. Mr. Clayton Uucklngham of Gallon tlslted friends in this vicinity the past wcok. Lytlo Mooro was taken to Columbus whore ho underwent an oporatlon for gall stones. Mrs. Mallnda Spicor was called to Utlca the past week by the serious ill boss of her sister, Mrs. Jennie Plorco. Mr. E. W. Wnybrlght has been bo cured to preach ut the Baptist ...

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. — 22 April 1910

tab,l .,-, V t rV FJUDAY, APHIL 22, 1010 THE GRANGE 1 I ! Adopt Resolutions Potitioning Citizens' Association To Place Hitching Rings On Side Streets OfCity. For The Accommodation Of The Country People Also Express Views About The Lobbying Bill Officers Arc Elected For The Ei insuihg Year A very Interesting and enthusiastic mooting of tho Knox County Pomona Grango was held with Wayno Grango Saturday at which time tho following officers wore elected and all installed with two exceptions after a bountiful dinner was served by tho ladles of Wayno grango. W. Master Alfred Andorson, W. Overseer Chauncy Purdy. W. Lecturor Mrs. Andorson". W. Stoward Stewart Wcllor. W. A. Stoward Joseph McGugln. W. Chaplin Mrs. Win. Itush. W. Treasuior D. D. Kerr. I W. Secretary G. W. Tulloss. W. Gate Koopor O. E. Nixon. W. Cores Alico Mondenhall. VW Pomona Winifred Hush. W. Flora Mrs. G. W. Tulloss. W. L. A. Stoward Sylva Dean. Tho lecturer's program consisted of music, a recitation by Mario Dal rymplo, an...

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. — 22 April 1910

MWWTT' -i-'-"W jfcmmTiigfirTO.iiiWMiiw,iiflMiiw wiwLWu.iVfJWilMaiiWJJWi(ti-JBggyttiiii-''iJ'i'J1 iiaaBMKatagatjj..'Ai PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER LET ALL GO TOGETHER Good tiowa comes from Washington nowadays. Aldrlch Is going to quit. Halo ot Mnlno Is going to quit. Can non la going to quit. Wo hopo this kind of elimination goes on until all tho barnacles aro scraped from the ship of stato at Washington. But oven tho rotlroment, whether forced or voluntary, of Aldrlch, Halo, Cannon and other barnacles will not save Taft and tho standpatters In 1912. Taft and Ills tariff must bo eliminated with them if tho process Is to be carried to Us logical conclu sion. Mrs. Capt. David Beatty, Daughter Late Marshall Field FRANK HARPER, Editor oxsal-"JVoo33Lly Subscription Kate ' 1.60 per yua ' ' The Spring and Summer Season of 1910 will see Dress Linens ftie most fashionable of all washable dress materials. Everything indicates their extreme popularity in both white and colors. I MOUNT VERNO...

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. — 22 April 1910

nlDAY, APHIL 22, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV S SPRING And Summer Styles In doilies For Woman Are Now Being Shown In New York City Mannish Type Of Tailored Coats Exhibited And Even Utile Vests Button ed Under Suits The Latest Styles From East ern Metropolis (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, April 21 Tho flue weather of tho past weeks has given a powerful Impetus to spring and sum mor styles. Tho shops show flno dis plays of tho most lmnusomo suits for early summer wear. Thero can ho no doubt any longCr that tho short coat will domlnato during the coming sea' son. Tho coats of tho tailored suits Imported from Franco aro much short er than thoso of American models. Indeed, some of tho latest French Im portations have a bobbod-oft effect be low tho waist that Is anything hut graceful. All women, short and tall, stout or Blonder, looked well In tho thrco-nuarter semi-fitted coats of tho past few seasons, but tho new short coat is dangerous for the stout wo man, and sho should bo ...

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. — 22 April 1910

mmmmJBmnmk9mtmmmmn ffig.iiCTffliraanrai xmmmmmmaiimwwft!!l& : ifcMidtttttttil .Zm 9minakMiwm.h!wiujhmm,ii.kUiiivw,i ttow3m'"tm $ v -nmtWHm'Vj .xmtmum wm wntmmowmfljifmwii ww PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910 If xm $& ;$ CDUNC I Confirms New Members Of The Board Of Health At The Regular Meeting Mon day Evening Voted Down Mailer Of Re placing Hitching Kings On Main Street By A Vote 4. To 3 New Streets Signs Were Ordered Put Up Tho city council mist In regular bos slon In tho council chnmbar on Mon day evening with Prcsldont Kdwnrd Dovor In tho chair. All mombcrs wero present nt roll call. Tho min utes of llio last meeting wore rend by Clerk Mclnllre and approved an rend. CommunlcatioiiH from Mayor Mitch ell wero rocelved and road by Clerk Mclntlro presenting tho nam on of Mr. T. H. Clark and Mr. II. II. Hair In tho places of MeBsrfl. J. C. Ilydo and Jed Montis on tho hoard of health and tho names of Mr. F. C. Fnlrchlld and Mr. II. C. Dovln bb tnistocH of th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 April 1910

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE 8EVEN arannrnsm MONTHLY - i Meeting Of Trustees Of State Sanatorium Held Tuesday At The institution List Of Appointmcnts'kGiven Out Tho regular monthly meeting of tho trustees of tho Ohio Stnto Stinltorlum was held Tuesday morning at tho in stitution, near Mt. Vernon. Alt tho trustees woio present as follows: Dr. B. P. Wlso of Mlllorsburg, Frank II. Tanner of Mnusfield, D. P. Campbell of Utlca, J. W. Worst of Flndlay, A. A. Whltnoy of Mt. Gllcad. Dr. Wlso was In tho chair. Tho hills for tho month wero al lowed. Tho superintendent was given tho privilege of continuing tho pur ohaso of farm Implements. Tho following appointments wero Klven out: Lena Miller, serving room; Naomi McGeo, laundry; Amel ia Zeller, dining room; Sherman Mas tors, farm hand; E. W. Davidson, lab orer; Helen Dial, maid. c. utry. Daul Largest Load Of Ex plosives Ever Hauled Tho C. A. & C. hauled tho largest load o fexplosives over hauled In tho United States o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 April 1910

IITI lliq H.linf.l..IJ.i..,, ,wi wtaimuuCTa,ra,iii'wmwLi. 3?a fifti 5ni viitiMwaiiiSliiiiirjiitAi1.1' ,.,-.- a.- -.-.- Ml- mm 11W An Mm ' n . r n,i,r--r,-,mriTr.nMt mma.nn wi " ! . .- sTngy"'".! 4t '" M I'll HWiafiWIPiUWMW ;SgZZSSrSSSaSSS - Ljxsssstsesrr ' T-'i'winiinUimjmm,ti HlC''lmMWiiHiHIHW'Mri. -. .. ... .ttM"mfwwfra.iWMHa!M.')WAra MtoltllilllWii-ll'lU"'l"W'lc'-i - f II I lml imnrwHHIiIirT niirr r 8p r I I H Hi "TJ1E EIGHT DARING r Hold Up Occurs On North Main Street 'FourlMosked Men Rob Harri son Hobler M Relieve Him Of About Twenty Dollars After Beating Him Over The Head Until He Was Nearly Unconscious A bold and daring hold-up was com mitted on North Main street near the residence of Dr. James F. Lee Wed nesday night at about midnight. Mr. 'Harrison Hobler of Marlon street, who Is employed at the Bridge Works, was (jolng home with about twenty dollars In his possession when he alleges that four men suddenly Jumped out from the shadow and struck him on the head with some heav...

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. — 26 April 1910

b jji - tj-- t "Y"1 rv&Cf TrrTtgmvwt-?' Ul ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0,, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1910 No. 33 PRICE TWO CENTS m--ar v w"- tEfcrtitijeir, fH iP lit ill ia"Ft T 1f ITH TAX APPEA Alsdorfs Measure Has Few Friends Among Conferees Governor Busy Willi His Pen-Makes Laws Out Cf Twelve Legislative Enactments And Promises To Sign Prom ises To Sign Patterson Bill Providing For Biennial Sessions Of The General Assembly-County Com missionefsAutliorizieilTo'.Esllilisii Experiment Farms Columbus, O.. April 25. On the tonato calendar for tomorrow aro two special orders the Langdon bill, giving the county officers a surer trip on their salarios, and tho Norrli employers' liability bill, with which there U a pending motion by Senator Patterson to substitutes tho Brenner commission proposition again. The personnel -of the conference committee on the Alsdorf-Smlth tax rate limit bills loaves little doubt about the result of tho conference. (Senator Mendelson was the hardost fighter aga...

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. — 26 April 1910

m wMMwmiiiwmwuiwuiawWM -f i I ii nWUffj BMM.WWMMlfgllMHMIWMMIMIWWW'W tW,' ' A TAOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910 giigu.iinittJWJwwwtrjawjuijiJJiiiiAgTJLCiwiiiai imMLMuim.piiiimiiiiiiiail ntJ m '& It I- 5S Fl ij MOTHER'S DAY 10 BE DBS J (Columbus Dispatch) Governor Harmon will Ibsuo a proc lamation designating tho second Sun day in May as "Mothers' Day," and calling for a general observances of It. Mrs. Samuel L. Black, representing Columbus women Interested In tho Snovomont to havo such a day cele brated each year, called on tho gov ernor and secured his consent to Issuo tho proclamation. For tho third time, tho second Sun day In May which this year falls on tho 8th will bo observed as "Mother's Bay." Starting In 1D08, at Philadelphia, tho Idea being that of a woman, Miss Anna Jarvls, It has grown with ru markablo rapidity, until thla yoar Its observanco will bo natloii-wldo, and thoro Is but llttlo doubt that It will -soon bocomo an International festival da...

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. — 26 April 1910

TOii V '0''t'mtmmmntwfri.tfrfifftrv TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1910 HW MWBMMW WWHHHIIWHIIIMI THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREB : i This Fact that in addressing Mrs. Pinkham you are con fiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose ex perience with women's diseases covers twenty-five years. "The present Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham, was for years under her direction, and has ever since her decease continued to advise women. Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. Such ques tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great. MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION: Women suffering from any form of female weakness are in vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Ma...

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. — 26 April 1910

n- irtiVMrMmwfiiHbliMlfflWiiOTrni.i t'n rtTiHiii)rtirofc !!S!Z!!2t!g 2aa!wiNrtK,mn,aaa8a8 " "rsaBBmmumn u fflrMflaaaanaaaBttafl I PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 29, iHCO WBWBWWHBWWI 5 fi m S i lie jESaniter, FRANK HARPER, Edlt6r ta o juoJL -"W o o lsJ.y Suhticrlpiion Kate fl.SO pur yuu MOUNT VERNON, OHIO hiu;ured t the ML Vernon, 0., post oniee ua Becond chuu mall matter. & MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC COUNTYJONVENTIOH To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The delegates elected In the (several townships and wards In Knox county at the primary held Mny 17, 1910, will meet In a county convention at tho court house in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. for tho purposo o( selecting delegates to represent tho Democracy of Knox coun ty in tho Stato convention, tho Circuit Judicial convention and tho Senatorial convention, as follows! Nino delegates and nlno alternates to tho Democratic Stato conventio...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 April 1910

4MMVMMfnKf i . i .tiSf . ' Is TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910 CALL Unanimously Extended To Rev. Ira J. Houston As Pastor Of The First Con gregational Church At A Meeting Of The Congre gation On Sunday A Brief Sketch Of The Work Of Rev. Houston Now Pastor Of A Large Church In Cleveland Before a largo congregation tho mombora of tho Congregational church of this city on Sunday morn ing, without a dissenting vote, unani mously extended a call to tho Hov. Ira J. Houston of tho Hough avenue Con gregational church, Cleveland, O., as pastor of tho First Cougregatlonal church of Mt. Vernon. Tho business meeting was held on Sunday at the conclusion of tho morn ing sorvlces. Clerk Howard Tarr ex plained for what purposo the meeting had boon called and Mr. B. E. Shlro man was elected moderator. Prayer was offered by the 'Rev. E. S. Roth rock of Cleveland, who occupied tho pulpit during tho day. 'First came tho report of tho pulpit committee In tho form of an pddress by Mr. Charles F. Colvlllo. The'spe...

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