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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 April 1910

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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. — 26 April 1910

f -,i a rrvp "(tmt-rT "-- jr-Tt m- -,nwfiiWF-'vr- w nmm wy, .iPifi i, a TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910 WMVMWni (a.i.ii.r7;JnS7rr. iiQOQ PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Ooo Jerusalem, April 24. My friends, wo meet today fur the worship of God In traditionally ono of the most renowned meeting places In tlio whole earth. Tradition has It that this Is tho same "upper room" which was owned by ono friendly to our Lord and his disciples and who granted It as their meeting placo on several occasions most. Inti mately associated with the Inaugura tion of Christianity. Tradition also has It that this Is the room mentioned by St Mail; In our text, whoro tho disciples with tho Lord partook of tho last Jewish Passover Supper, after which Jesus Instituted tho Eucharist or Lord's Supper as an autltyplcal me morial, taking tho placo of the Pass over to all who accept Jesus as the Passover Lamb "The Lamb of God which tnkoth away tho sin of tho world" (John 1, 20); "Christ...

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. — 26 April 1910

.. l.lll,W,.,.M.l .-WMBiTfmwmiiaiWtiwi'iiiii. riiiwiniiiMniin tt&9m ir.jitcitlMiWBwlTltwjHIHSWWWWW'fSW WMBifeNMinftWdM TAOE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 28, lit JMMMftWi3iTiiTit,Viii.iiiiIiirii.i.ijiti I l mihiiiihj'.h'.. ' t -- j, tmaJWtnMML jTtri2j!Ti2HV?dHnHHMHMNM i I ' I 4 A. B1GELCW PAINE Biographer of Mark Twain, Who Will -Help Settle Estate. THIRSTY MOB WANTS TO LYNCH OFFICERS Lono Woman Saves Day For Four Columbus Coppers, Columbus, O., April 25. Motlnic nnd posalblo bloodshed, following nn attempt by four' Columbus patrolmen In plain clothes to arrest Edward Davis, snloonkcopor In Marlon town ship was nvcrtod by tho bravery of Mrs Davis, who faced a mob of 250 men bont oil lynching tho putrolmon. A' mod with two heavy Colt rovol fern and backed by a crowd of at least 60 men, Davis hold tho four pn troli.ton at hay and pscapod. They surprised him In his saloon soiling In tiotlanco of Mayor Marshall's procla mation '-ordering all saloons within four miles ef...

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. — 29 April 1910

- -tti fj-H,. TynwiT' jhf- rw?"TWi-" ESTABLISHED 1836 Mes ifiem To Task For Coquettisliness Incident Is One Of Most Interesting Episodes In Senate During Present Session-Warns Radicals That They Can Not Win Without Democratic Aid And Indorses Rayuer's Proposal 01 Political Marriage DoIIiver Rejects Offer Washington, April 28. Ono of the most Interesting political episodes enacted In the senate during ,the present session took placo when the Democrats turned upon the Insur eents and left them stranded and Tery much embarrassed. Senator Itayner of Maryland and Senator Bailey of Texas, both in effect served notice on the Insurgents that they were tired of the flirtation that the radicals have been carrying on with tho Democracy and called for a declaration as to whother they really had any honorable lntontlons of en tering into the bonds of political wedlock with tho minority party. Both invited them to cease 'their co quettish ways and come over and loin the Democrats. "I am becoming ...

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. — 29 April 1910

SiilM i'ri"l mTr""TTTi"l"""M''"'V" 'l'-'-' '-'-'---M-- :-V'!T--Ar!T-tTBtrllimlMlT r.l;''l''WWl''Ti'"''l'''""l!"n1MTTl"'' tmmm wwin.ijtwCTiweii,i(W gwWalim JHUtfU ! IW1Liw,..JMa..IWJiilHlliWiIIUIiPJ.. jrtVriM..i.ifc ii fa. w. r nm - " ..'"i"L.'l1 : - ."" ,.,'. " 'tP I'll! Tiik 'i' mV aiili Af" Mjf' ,lliirffl'TlM'tfBffSllWBiMIBHEi 1 J SM-- -wriMwgwwHWWMWJWiij II I Ml I In! i MMM 1 t A THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APIIL 29, 1910 A?E TWO d I- . V f? ss I 'I " v: i r i l n ii ii it I r ' lb- t II, t i hi-' !' i.f r M ft County Correspondence j .j, j. j. j j j .j. j j j $ j j IlItlNK HAVKJf. j, . .j. .j. $. .j j .j. $ j. 4 ! ! Clyde Parsons spent Monday In Co lumbus on business. Mrs. C. C. Loiter haB boon on tho sick list tho past week. C. S. Stnrnor oxpecta to complcto bis census work this week. MrB. Samuel Wongor went to Co lumbus Saturday to havo nn opera tion performed for Bomo Intornal trou ble. Mr. Wcngor accompanied hur. Charles Guenther of Haddow Pass, was tho guest of relatives ...

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. — 29 April 1910

IT FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910 , THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRHR wvmjaanmim'mmmm - ntr t1mfv ; k? 1.1 l j j j j j, j j ,j, ,j ,j4 ,j, I MHT1IB J. J J , j ,j. ,j .j, ,j, ,j, q, ,j, A eon was born Wodnosdny morn ing to Mr. and MrB. William TIscot. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Leo loft Wed nesday morning for Pullmnn, Illinois, whero Mr. Leo will attend to some matters of business. During their stay in Illinois, Mrs. Leo will visit with rolatlvea lij Chicago. TAYLOR'S ! BEST FLOUR t It's Good Very Good We sell all kinds Fd I Sole Agents Purina Poultry Feedi The best known feed for chicks or chickens i The Northwestern Elevator & Mill Co. ! Dr.LF.VOHE WILL MAKE HIS 165111 Visit to Mt. Vernon Curtis Hotel ?KwoRjFy SEE UIiMt SEE HIS PATlfcMltt THEN it5 YOU ARE NOT SATIS ViCD DO NOT TAKE TREHTMEN1 CS?S$Kr ? L. F. VOKE, PH. G., M. D. Graduate, Ohio State University, Stirling Med ical College, American College of Optometry. Eight yean of College and University training. Nearl) twenty yean experience In ...

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. — 29 April 1910

wiiii i 1 amiiini n n m m MWM1MWM MtM IWW WWII WMll Wll MWUU IWWUIWII IIIWMWHHWWWUHl "ll iBMMWJMlWIMiuttiliiMiiWMMMtill - immnrnKtrntmSMtUtttf.. ....,,,,..,rt.,,Ytrnrin1fnrnn-inriliri -rvy, - " T pS""""' "' -'-'- "rT'1'''''"'''"i't''"'''",Y'Jffff ntmmmimmmimwuBmm&mtmmivimiwkiyMmitmn MMMIMWIiiWIIW ' - J-MUHHIHWWWII. TgwgWMWJW.caK W . i ?: f . f; s n -Tj: t?i f ! ; i1 if Mi ll i -' ! Hi IV ' 1 ' I IV, l. : I m. PRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1D10 FRANK HARPER, Editor Sopol-W oolaay 'subscription llate $1.5.0 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt. Vornou, 0., post office i as second cUm mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE DEFfiOCRflTIC COUNTY GOflVENTION To Select Dcleuntes to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The dclci; ((, i-lectftl (u the fiovcral tuwnslilps unit wuhIh In Knox county cit tlio prlmnrj ln'ld M.iy 17, 1310. will meet In a county convention at the court house In Jit. Vernon. Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p, m. fur the purpose of Kolectlns...

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. — 29 April 1910

yfrtwi tT- -" KJf afttDAY, APRIL 29, 1910 . THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAGE FIV t-WliW! B - 0 ANNUAL Meeting Of Stockholders Of Ml, Vernon Telephone Co. Held In This City Wednesday1 Afternoon And Evening Snpt. E, W, Brcece Makes An Interesting Report And Financial Statement Of Company Is Given A Banquet Followed The Business Session Tho fourteenth annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho Mt. 'Vernon Tclophono Company was held In tho K. of P. armory on Wednesday after noon and evening. Tho affair was a grand ending and a sulfablo cele bration of tho past year which hns boon ono of tho most successful and' nourishing In the history of tho organ ization. Tho whole proceedings of tho afternoon and evening was ono marked by tho notlceablo feeling of good fellowship and harmony among thoso present. Tho fact ls not duo alono to tho fact that the past year has been an exceedingly successful ono, but to the facj that all were among Knox county's and the sur rounding country's most nggressslvcJ 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. — 29 April 1910

! itJ- " - . i . ..- .--. t ti i ;itt 1 13 i? JijtHrirfa,iA7iaiite!i usA & iii nm nimi IMiniimHrf MtMMWItlMIWtli -ir-T-nnTTr'"""iiwirt PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, APIIL M, 1910 UMM .il.JllilllluraMu.uBILlWtUW m t & ' h S i; i p U i ? $ v l iiLdUiUJun i lai a umou Hfciifc'' : & 1I lo Succeed Justice Brewer On Hie Supreme Bench Governor Promptly Accepts Offer, TAKES SEAT IN FALL Removes Poient Factor From Field oi Political Activity. LOEB BOOM ALREADY STARTED Political Wiseacres Predict That Colonel Roosevelt Will Boss , Campaign In Empire State This i Fall-Appointee First Attained Fame as Attorney For Stevens Gas Investigating Committee. Is One of Youngest Men Ever Named For Highest Tribunal. Washington, April 20. President Taft offered tho vacancy on tho su premo court bench causod by tho death of Justlco IJrowor to Governor Chnrlos B. Hughes of Now York, who accepted tho tender and his nomination Is now boforo tho United State somite. This ineanb that Mr. Hug...

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. — 29 April 1910

FniDAY, APHIL 20, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN Mrr.. idfcymwmii.Mi.il. mji wuw COUNCL ui? uud Lively ui&uUu&iuu uvui Passogu Of An Ordinance To Issue Certificates Of In- ' debtedness For $1,000 For Belter Equipment For The Fire Department Prest. Dever Holds That The Ordinance Was Passed While Members Of Council Differ From Him Tho city council mot In regular ecs slon Monday evening In tho council chamber with President fedward Dover In tho chair. All members answored to their names at roll call. Tho mln woro road by Clerk Mclntlro and wgro approved as read. Tho resolution to lssuo certificates ot Indebtedness to tho amount of , $1,600 was read for tho third tlmo by Its title and a discussion was opened on the matter. Mr. Jones stated that ho had consulted cortaln lawyers in tho city and they had Informed him that It was unlawful for tho council to Issue certificates of Indebtedness for any amount larger than tho appropri ation which had been mado and furth er stated...

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. — 29 April 1910

R 15'? ..' -"-'WMT,.r reM.i."" III Hy JmpilHmfc am1 iummwii vmam ""mwwitjt'1"'' "swlyuim,fiwryiwiwii."unwi'j'"ii" ' wiiii,"wn"""i"""i"'"'i 'wwyNwiii ' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY. APIIL 29, 1910 I HKiJ ywmnfifc'ii jn ' '" 'k. IBs Ik 1 AOE EIGHT ft If n v. ) ;' 11 t! I J ih E ttc V REV. J. G. DUKES Writes: My wije has been in a veo bad state cf health. Kothwc; seemed tei do her any gee J until she bigan TO USE PERUNA. fM s3 111 ill fell 11 '1 &v J , bSx MRS. J. G. DUKES. Bov. J. Ci. Pukog, Pastor of tlio Vnl tun, in Ohuruh of Plnolowti, X. CI. vrllos: "My wife linn been in a very bad Bt.it' of health for covortil yt'iirs, mill notliln j-ueniod to do lior any good until flli began to use Poruni ono inutitli ago Hiuec tlion the color ban ro'iirncd to lio tut-, nml nlio In gaining In ilosli ovoij -"day, and I huliove ehe is u well woinui to ilny. ".My Utile boy, len years old, was pnlfc Mid had lint llttlu lire. Ho begun 'to u-,o Poruna tlio day his motlior began. Tn-ilny bin face ...

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. — 3 May 1910

V ; -r yyfhyiT h, wtt. RBTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TlESDAY, MAY 3, 1910 No. 35 PRICE TWO CENTS 'irn yTreSW-"' f-W. Sntmtfjtfttiijt mm r P. " . t. Y GRIND IS OVER SOLONS DEPART Assembly Will Put Finishing Touches To Work May 10 Closing liny Will Be Devoted To Conference Reports And Governor's Vetoes-Fertilizer Bill And Phillips' Proposition To Buy TrinityParisIi House For Capitol Annex Die Natural Deaths Tax Reform Legislation Is Leading Feature Columbus, O., May 2. Bcforo re ccbbIds until May 10, the members ot the legislature adopted a resolution providing that no new business shall be taken up on that date. Th.e work of the final day was or dered confined to conference reports, concurrence In amendments, offering of resolutions, signing of bills, acting on any vetoes tho governor may send And on the unauthorized' deficiency bill, the only appropriation bill on noted upon. All but the final step was taken in the big program of taxation teform, a step so notable that this gener...

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. — 3 May 1910

-" rtww t - - ' ippw '-" ''n 1 WWfl r'VfWm'JJAstjrir rvT -yF? y''.-twT?yt!pafvty-t"iriTO--'y tiiwtCTw;rjywMiTJf i - AGE TWO THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1910 KjtmmttmmKKmm i sj'rV-Jl -"" " tr?"i jr ivt-" r'wW BLOUSES MI! Be Worn As Usual Dur ing The Summer Notwithstanding -Many Con trary Predictions Many Colored Eifects In Siiirt Waists Are Being Shown By New York Merchants Some Of The Latest Points Concerning Fashions (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, April 20. Notwithstand ing many predictions to tho Contrary Mouses will be worn us usual during tho coming summer. Tho plainness of tho new blouses shown in tho shops Is particularly notlcenblo this year. A low tucks nud frills arc tho solo trim ming in many cases, or there Is u simple banding of ombrold ory. -Introduced down tho front. TRut, materials, in tho caso of tho best waists, nro beautifully line, and somo .of these exquisitely Hue blouses with dulntly run pin tucks nnd a pleated frill along one Ride of tho front nro...

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. — 3 May 1910

fr r " ""ySf """'" " .r-ifrry TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THrtEB "vsrpfs ll k MOURN The Loss Of Merit Twain Do New York People Had Won Admiration Of Iiis Felioivmen A Movement Started To Erect A Monument To Tin) American Indian Now Almost Extinct Stray Topics From Little Old New York New York, Apill 30 All Now York mourns the' loss of Mark Twain, the great American humorist, who tiled peacefully the other day at his sum mer homo In Connecticut. After a long and active llfo the Nestor of American humorists wag called away, leaving a vacancy that can never he filled. Ho won the admiration and love of his fclldwmen not merely as a writer of humorous yarns and as a brilliant after-dinner speaker, hut by his kindness, frankness and other lov able characteristics. He did not con tribute millions to universities and churches, did not found hundreds of libraries to perpetuate his name, but it is safe to say that his memory will live when the names of the men try ing to b...

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. — 3 May 1910

-" PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE3DAY, MAY 3, 1910 L FRANK HARPER, Editor ffllojaaJL-'VyoolxJLy Subscription Rate $1.60 ter yon MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post office as second class mall matter. 6 MONUMCNT SQUARE NOT YET Has Hy Davis walked up to the cashier's window nnd paid back what tho Brent grntt probe committee found that be owes the stuto? Not yet. No. not yet. 4 SEEING THE SIGNS Thoy nro trying lo persuade Aid rich to chnngo his mind about running tignln for senntor. He Is so useful to "tho system" that "tho system" wants to keep him In tho sennte. Hut seeing tho signs of the times nnd rending the hnnd writing on tho wall Aldrlch doubtless knows that this Is not the time to change his mind not before tho election of n Re publican legislature In Rhode Island Is sure nnd certain. With Aldrlch in tho senntorlnl race t-ven Llttlo Khody might follow tho t-xamplo of the Old Colony district In Massachusetts, In Chlcngo or Milwau kee. . CHANGE THE LEGISLA...

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. — 3 May 1910

11 ""ftffRW wrjnrYTr 'v-t t? 1wmVi(rRffp?wvwrrrvrWjr,fPivv , .. ftrr,r,-yr-f,-9r,v,r mJESDAY, MAY 3, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER paqc nve Ik I BUN. fl J' w SO I V ' .. ', FARMERS To Meet In St. Louis To Urge Legislation I r i. m Eyes Of Politicians Are On This Convention Where Representatives Of 10,000,000 Farmers Meet it Will Be The Debut Of American Farmer . As A Politician In Bis Sec tion Of TJfe, Country St. Louis, Mo., May 2 The eyes of politicians throughout the country will turn this weok toward St. Louis, whoro representatives of 10,000,000 farmers aro to meet In convention to discuss "needed state and national leg islation and to establish bureaus at different capitals to see that the de mands of the farmer aro heard and to devise means of making the farm more attractive so that tho proposed solution of the economic problem of today 'back to the farm' may be made possible." Tho gathering, which will begin its sessions tomorrow, Is to bo held under tho joint auspices of ,tho ...

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. — 3 May 1910

frwyc n yy "f'j" ""'Hiyy.M UN 'lV';'VV'-'JyilV's' "''-''l, ' " W rf-(irf '"Wf - ''iimwni i Hwyawyj1' PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BAKNER TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1010 i ll ,t k'6 : HERS Of McFall Estate File Petition In Error Opposing Appointment Of An Administrator Husband Says That His Wife Deserted Him And Therefore Files An Action For Divorce Items Of Interest From The Court House (Mansfield Shield) A petition In error was filed by Mc Koll heirs In common pleas court ask ing that the appointment of Hlchmond Smith as administrator of tho cstato of Hugh McFall in the probato court be set aside. Fnrber and McCray and Cook and McClellan nro attorneys for I ho plaintiffs In error. Among other things it Is claimed that no citation was issued by tho tourt to May Thomas Heed ono of the next of kin although tho potltion ways that tho court was advised. It is also claimed Unit tho administra tor purposely failed to state In his ippllcutlon that May Thomas Heed was a cousin of decedent and a resi lient ...

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. — 3 May 1910

inIIWW;'irrii r- ijt yrtfp) rWrF "" r"fTWWt' mmf9H' y. " -'" i i TUE8DAY, MAY 3,-1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN i'n . r VERNON People Asked To Join In The Celebration Of "Mother's Day" Mayor Receives A Letter Mayor Charles A, Mitchell receiv ed a letter Friday m&rnlng from Mrs. Samuel I,. Uluck of Columbus, relative to tho observance of "Mothers' Day" In Ohio followlngout tho plan indicated by Governor Harmon in his recent proclamation. Mrs. Dlack In her let ter requests tho mayor to ask citizens, nil organizations and orders, public schools, churches, Sunday schools, etc. to observe the second Sunday In May as a memorial day for mothers. It Is the hope that Ohio's example may bo an inspiration to every state In tho union. DR. F. C. UUM01E To Give An Illustrated Address Atjhe Baptist Church The Men's Barnca class of tho First Baptist church offer a rare privilege to tho people of Mt. Vernon next Tues day evening In the stereoptlcal study of aseptic surgery by Dr. F. C. La...

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. — 3 May 1910

PWPPHWPWWWW!'gPMiglHPi 'fflMIJMMiiMBMJSfiMMWMIMttfliiMm ;ifQf" i -irmmntrfVr" "? r fm '"' 'i$Mifcy,'"'-W"'!rflji THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, MAY 3, 1010 TAGE EIGHT -m 111 iim n MnwMmg- -.in "w"'".vwuwrMywiH.Ljiipw . t t- r """ ' . ' "- 'r.'jffifSFvw""- -. s-t.-v. i r k r s i r I - .i 1 I SHORT LOCALS K6E8 22ccntJ. Bulti-r 22 cents. Miss "Gthel Mcdugln spent Sunday In Cleveland. Mr. II. C. Parker went to Ashland Monday morning on business. Mr. Lewis llymnn wont to llutlcr this morning on business. Mr. Hod P. TuHosh was n visitor In Cleveland Sunday. Mr. C. N, AllordlnB of Mansfield spent Sunday In this city. The high school baseball tenm wns defeated at Amity Saturday afternoon "by n score of 10 to 3. Tho Misses Irene and Carlta Coch inn of Coshocton avenue, spent Sun day In Howard, the guests of relatives. Mr. Arthur Kellog left Monday morning for his homo In Syracuse, New York, for an extended visit. Mrs. George Haines of Columbus was a visitor In Mt. Vernon on Mon day. Mrs. Ant...

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. — 6 May 1910

' vvWHG0Hfiprri' "wi"' w4piiw(jsi j rr-'wrivwfm'rf-" -ir-vy"t"'",'gw'yw''ti;ri"yiiwi if! m H, ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910 No. 36 PRICE TWO CENTS wmxmwwtmwww wfafif TOwueir l '4. I l Union Votes To Marshall Discharged Men To Be Placed When Every Hope Of Amicable Settlement Of Contest Between Rail-Light Company And Its Employes Had Been Abandoned, City's Executive Steps in With Offer Of ' Municipal Jobs-Streetcar Service Resumed Today Columbus. O., May 6. At an early bour tills morning tho striking em ployes of tho Columbus Hallway and Light company voted to accept au Agreement for pcaco proposed by Mayor Marshall, under which the four discharged unionists, about Those reinstatement tho difficulty lias centered, are to bo given tho op ton of returning to tho employ of the company at wages equivalent to their former pay, but not to receive their old runs, or accepting employ ment under tho city administration. Complete car service was resumed this morning. Peac...

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