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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 6 May 1910

p'"""1"1'' 'w't &imvT''W y'rrzv'Kir''' ;""" " "" '"WIMbi! "TIT'I1 'M ''' asgirsiisgBiBB. "'fiir"'Tvr"tf frm m t -s: 3ttCS!teawwM MMVKmanawp 0rmwmrtiim Wtf?E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MAY fi, 1910 lii K IC iif ip f MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, AOerllnIUIIefforFoTcrllini-ii, (JonMlpatloil, II i) nil lie lio, -tin much Troublm, Trrllillin Worm. TbarltrrnknnUnldii tngrMbtUti CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Editor Bannor: Pleaso announce the name of Lcgrand Brltton of How ard township as a candidate (or the Democratic nomination (or count; commissioner at tho primary on May 17th. Editor Banner: Pleaso announce that Nohlo Wolr o( tho First ward will be a candldato (or the Democratic nomination (or county commissioner at tho primary on May 17. Editor Banner: Please announce that T. M. Dill o( Wayne township will ho a candidate (or tho Demo cratic nomination (or county commis sioner at the coming county primaries. Editor Bannor: Please announce that Wi...

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. — 6 May 1910

ysrqqpwwwvM ' WUDAY, MAY 6, 1910 THI DIMOdRATIO BANHER lAK THMtt trill JTt1f'Wffifr V "I Dinner Hfare Our lino of Dinnerware i8 quite complete. It embraces a dozen differ ent patterns and every grade from the most dainty Haviland to our American China which we guarantee not to craze or check and sells for $6.50 per 100-piece Set I These patterns are all kept in stock from year to year so that it is easy to match up a set if pur chased here. (All patterns being in nnnti atrinlr imtt mnir linr Ikjjjxx uiuviv ;vu juuj' ""J a just what you may need 1 Ifrom any set. 1 Our prices are low. It i I will pay you to see this I line, fBMXkudsSbtf Goods &D --.,.., JnO-V.M,...J..- AttorneysatLaw L. B. HOUOK ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Rogers building, No. Ill S. Main stroot, Mt. Vornon, Ohio. Hooms 2 and 3, second floor. PRANK 0. LEVERING ATTORNEY AT LAW All business of legal nature given prompt attention and especially to practice In tho Probate Court. Office, No. 9 East High street, Mt. Vornon, ...

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. — 6 May 1910

n .."v n- in, lxH-'!"TO,?!J' f'Tf vvvM BttWWWWaiBWMfaWIMflllirkllTlTiiii ...i.WMl.l.ii.'iiTC' "ji-. ! rr: THE DEMOCRATIC BAHKI fAC FOUR JfcV.!WBsBB5B!WPw,Tw' "' '' v 'tnmKI wTwWBWiKWTyyy tw'w- " - .-"- mw I 5 it i 1 ?! "ffl ii he Banker. FRANK HARPER, Editor oaxLi."T7,OrQoXJL3r Subscription lute $1.60 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt. Vornon, O., post office as second clain mall matter. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE COUNTRY LIFE INSTITUTE AT BELI.EFONTAINE, OHIO DEMOCRATIC COUNTYJONVENTION To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The delegates elected In tho sovoral townships and wards In Knot county at tho primary hold May 17, lfllO, 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. tor tho purpose of noloctlnc dologatcs to represent the Democracy of Knox coun ty In tho State convention, Uio Circuit Judicial convention and the Senatorial convention, as ollowiu Nino dolegatoa a...

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. — 6 May 1910

W(VpWTtf fiqnwt 'wr-rtyy T'-nitf yv'y't' v 9HIBAY, MAY 9, 1t10 TIDE BXKOORATIO BAHW1JE PACKPtyn y Here Are Some Good Shoes from the Good Shoe Store $3.00 No. 2704 This G-unmetal Pump is one of our Correct fit ters. The sides hold tight, the strap is just right, the counter is strong, the bow is the niftiest of the season. Sizes 5i2 to 8 $1.25 8y2 to n $1.50 Correct fitting for young feet can only be done as it should be at a store like this, which makes a feature of car rying all widths, and with expert service to assist you. Prices: $1 to $2 $3.50 No. 3301 This 2-eyelet Pump we show in Tan, Black and Wine. In each it will fit perfectly about the heel, the shape of the toe is such that it is perfectly comfortable and a good looker. In all strong leathers such as Puritan calf, Kangaroo Calf, and Elk. Prices: $3 & 3.50 Other leathers such as Kangaroo and Satin. Prices: $2 to 2.50 ISpfl Farm 3 S. Main St. Mt. Vernon, 0. MEETING Of The Citizens Association On Wednesday Night When Co...

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. — 6 May 1910

BSMffisE -xmnsr. wwraiKMpgr" 'SULXZSSSSSSSSSiSS 1( AOE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MAY , 1918 IK i It 21 IK u v if IM PJ t tv 1 it'!'' THRLLNG Was The Accident Of Two Men On motor-Cycle Doe Knocked Off Machine By Street Car Leaving Other Without Any Knowledge Of The "Bike" And As A Result Both Are Painfuliy Injured W. P. Sawvel And Carl Brent Are The Victims Ono of tbo moiit thrilling accldonta 3ind at tho Bnmo Umo ono which might faavo resulted In tho death of two young men occurred Monday after moon at about llvo o'clock when Mr. "W. P. Sawvol and Mr. Carl Dront, both of this city, figured In a motor cyclo accident on West High street Tflio formor wob operating tho niachlno sand Mr. Drcnt was enjoying tho rldo, thcro being a double seat arraugo oncnt on tho motorcycle Th6 two men wero coining down Sandusky street at a rapid rato of speed and as thoy turned on to High ulrcet thoy did not noo a street car olng west on High stroot. Without moment's warning tho car crashed into ...

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. — 6 May 1910

TEV"'" T" .-. - riff"" u'- PRJbAY, MAY (J, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER pAoe seven. "' i 1 3fJT.-Wlfl!!"npjT If hi. w MEMBERS Of The Grand Jury A!l Re ported For Duly And Ernes! Tulloss Is Chosen As Foreman Report To Be Made On Next Monday The Will Of Major Win, M. Young Is Filed Other Notes Of Interest From Court House Tho members of thq grand Jury com menced their deliberation Tuesday morning, but there will bo very little business for tho grand Jury to consid er at this session. Ernest Tulloss of Morgan township has been made fore man and the report will bo made to Jadgo WIckhain next Monday. Judge WIckhain Is holding no ses sion of court In Knox county this week, leaving Monday evening for Mll lersburg where ho will hold court dur ing tho week. Court will conveno next Monday when the members of the petit jury will report, and tho as signment of cases taken up. Contracts Let Tho county commissioners at their regular session on Monday awarded the following contracts: Samuel Clark Fi...

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. — 6 May 1910

&m&&RMtfte VTr- iTTTr i, Ja"Fi5K?ara' INjMT" ' pf-r-''(fri'- - AOE EWHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ' FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1019 - araamtomvrr-- v fj. I i L -Kpi SHORT LOCALS Eggs 22ccntB Butter 22 cents. Dr. P. C. Lnriinoro went to Nowark Thursday noon. Mr. William Koons wont to BlnU ensburg Thursday morning on bus Iness, Mr. John A. Nash of Boston Is pending several days In Mt. Vernon attending to somo business matters. Mrs. Joseph Jasper of Marlon street underwent a, successful operation nt the Mt. Vornon hospital Thursday jaornlng Collapseablo go-carts see tho best flvo dollar cart In town at Woolson's Department storo. Miss Ina M. Berry, nurse- at tho Mt. Vernon hospital, was called to her komo In Homo, New York, Thursday Hon by tho death ot her mother. Mayor Huntington Brown of Mans Seld Is In tho city looking up his can didacy for the Republican nomina tion for conngross In this district. Gas hot plates, $1.48 and upward, Voolson'a Department Btoro. Mrs. Mary Cornell, mother o...

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. — 10 May 1910

T T$CC''' i. f ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1910-No. 37 PRICE TWO CENTS ' "VH"1' f T H. Ipjematyaife i ;. K fc. frit. lINh Ceremony Is Accompanied By Blare Of Trumpets Signs Of Mnurniog Absent-Troops Lined Tbe Streets, Bands Played Merry Airs And Populace For Time Being Forgot Their Sorrows in Paying Tribute To New Sovereign Norray King At Arms Heads Offic ial Document At Tbree Places in London London, May D. Pursuant to the order adopted by the privy council, King Georgo V waa publicly pro 1 claimed in several canters of London tula morning. Tho anciont, ceremony dispelled for a brief period tha at mosphere of mourning. No symbols of mourning are permitted at tho cer emony of the proclamation of a new king. The bands played merry airs, roops lined tho streets and thero vera no bands of crepe on the alcoves of the royal-and civil officials participating in the ancient cere mony. The banners hanging from the long trumpets of tho heralds bord bo bands of crepe. Th...

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. — 10 May 1910

vRwnm8nvr'iir"rKTT w "J'HSWMr TSTT'Sr1 U."'H "'lit' " gJLi A?E TWO MMRBUmmEM THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, MAY 10, 1910 WHEAT ADVANCES SOME DESPITE COLD JEATHE The following Is the otilclnl report of tho Ohio department of Agriculture on the condition of crops and live stock May 1 ; Wheat Condition compared with standard average, 83 per cent. Oats Area for 1909 as returned by township asscsosrs, 1,592,167 acres. OatB Area sown this year compar ed with 1909, 98 per cent. Oats Estimated area for tho har vest of 1910, 1,DGG,823 acies. Spring barley Area sown compared with last year, 92 per cent. Winter barloy Condition compared With standard average, S8 per cunt. Barley Total area: Sown last fall, 2G per cent. Sown this spring 74 per cent. Uyo Condition compared with stan dard average, 90 per cent. Clover Average date of seeding, March 20. Clover Acreage sown compared with last year, 98 per cent. Fruit 1'rospecl compared with nor mal yield, D4 per cent. Merries Prospect compared with ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 10 May 1910

TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1919 MOB DXMOCXilTIC BANNE AE TH V ;?. BR'. sv kb h- V V & III Is FORMAL Opening Of The Handsome New Building Of The Kelser-Dowds Co. Friday Afternoon Building Is Thrown Open To Jhe Public And Punch And Cigars Are Served A Description Of The New Home Of The Company Friday was the opening day for tho new Kesler-Dowds wholesale grocery establishment at the foot of Main street Just north of tho viaduct. For many years tho company has been lo cated at the southwest side of tho pub lic square and for a time, tho location was convenient and suitable. After, the company grow older and tho bus iness grew larger, tho 'quarters began to bo more cramped and tho floor space was far from being sufficient to nccommodato tho great amount of stock which It was necessary to keep always on hand. As a result, tho site where the building now stands was purchased and tho large up-to-dato wholesalo establishment was built.. On entering tho building, the main office Is first seen. Thi...

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. — 10 May 1910

yr"Tpyrtittrr)iry,,-f'r T"; T i.i r1 !StH3aii pWBWWWiiwmiaijJLiMvaaua.1,,,1, '" L' ft "ft yCTFTff?'?! T yffi y-c- 'JZ."7 7..J.-XrSW(m I'yW-'j-l' " i Hi i Pf tnmlitlm ,, WT' """"- PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TIDEWAY, WAY m W9 I IP. 3V I. 1 7 Che Bairaeir FRANK HARPER, Editor m xnl-'VtjT" o O lsLLy Subscription Bate 11.60 per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Ut Vernon, O., post office as second class mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOGRATIU GOUNTYJONVENTION To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The dclectttPM elected In tho several townships and wardH lu ICnux county at the primary held Mny 17, 1910, will meet In a county convention at the court house In Mt. Vernon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. for the purpose nf Hclccting delegates to represent the Democracy of ICnoc coun ty in tho Stato convention, tho Clroult Judicial convention mid the Senatorial convention, an follnwii: Nine dolcgatcs and nlnn alternates 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. — 10 May 1910

YlJETOAY, MAY 111 1I1 HO! BIMOCltATIO BAHlflHt PAst: mr J J i K V" "N y ARRET Of C. L McKelvy At Orrville By Sheriff Parker III ! Wanted Id Ml, Vernon On Paternity Charge Wife Accompanied Husband To Tills City AFFILIATION With A Political Party For Primary Voting BOLD Property Brings Big Price At Sheriff Sale Other Items Of Interest From Court House Sheriff P. J. Parkor returned Satur day aftornoon from Orrville bringing with him C. L. McKolvy, a barber, Who Is wanted hero on n paternity chargo. The affidavit for McKelvy's arrest was sworn to by Fay nickel of Gambler and the allegation Is made that the man Is the fathor of her child now tw.o years old. McKolvey was married only three weeks ago to a woman at Orrville and his wife ac companied him to Mt. Vernon on Sun day to answer to tho above named charge.. McKolvy was brought out boforo 'Squire George S. Ilarter Mon day morning and the hearing was set for Tuesday, May 17. Tho man gave oond in tho sum of $500-nnd was re .leased from...

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. — 10 May 1910

" AffW""" trnwrnmu,, Mfr" "f i MMf rrgi1:', PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC T3AHNIE TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1910 . n "'k '- A I-: . H i ft ? hi' It) IW '.s.f.l '1 w PS8 to IK VERDICT For Piaintiif In The Case At Newark Will in Which Kdox County People Are Interested Accordingly The Will Has Been Set Aside A Suit Is Filed In Knox County Courts To Contest A Nuncupative Will In the ciiso of Sanniui K. Mnoru et al, vs. Allen II. (iri'KB et :il., which has been on trial for :i week or more, the jurors returned a verdict Undine that thu paper produced In court Is not tho valid last will and testament of Kn sley Finney Haas, deceased. I'laln tiffs alleged In their petition that Hans nt the date ot thu paper and for Homo time prior thereto, was not of pound mind and memory, hy reason of nj;e, protracted disease, and was men tally Incapacitated to make a proper distribution of his property; that ho wns Influenced and coerced Into mak ing and signing said paper. Tho de fendants answered that ho was of Hound...

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. — 10 May 1910

TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANISTER 2ffi PAGE SEVEN 1 & Ik - w k V ENO SOUS 8U0DENLY TO KINO OF ENfiUUHD ii i. 1 III For Few Days Only. MOURNED BY SUBJECTS Eldest Son Succeeds to Throne , as King George V. TAFT GABLES CONDOLENCE Dead Monarch Had Ruled United Kingdom Wisely and Well For i Nine Years-New Ruler Faces l Serious Crisis In Governmental Affairs Roosevelt MayRepre . sent Country at Funeral. London, May 7. After a rolgn of but little more than nine years, King Edward VII, one of tho greatest kings that ever sat upon the English throne, has followed England's great est queen to the grave. The end camo at Buckingham palace, after a few days' illness, which followed a chill" contracted while tho king was In fipectlng improvements mado at Son drlngham and which settled In tho bronchial orgnns. When he camo to the throno thoro was a natural tendency on tho part of the nation to look hack and won der whether the high level which had been gradually reached and sustain...

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. — 10 May 1910

M -vr smi" yi ' --jpfywWjrf -y ' iwre:ryrV-fyV gtrv- 7" --(rgVi t-" f w" wflWT J " i W'r.tT ta'risiijinr'' ' - - '-t r - J . eK&zfwmffqrrr ( rvwmiimMsM"wmQlilM&mPm- 55i?SrF inunWKt gjilwlWiUWMM"' M Vaqe emjht THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1910 SHORT LOCALS i& ' ' i , 1" 7fST! -jfT, -7-7 i -u-, i'iWS! '1 . 1 ' "I' niniB mAJCTTirMP 1 ' TrTTTOWMMMffiMHMWBaBMIMMrriiraM"T 1 h y M & Eggs, 20c, butter, 22c. Mr. Fred Woostcr -vv ill leave tills evening for Charleston, W Va , for a several weeks' stay Mr. Robert Jolinston of E Cinmbier street rando a business trip to New ark Monday noon. Mr. Ernest Warman went to New ark Monday noon to attend to somo matters of business. Mrs. I. M. Wolvorton of East Gam bler street went to Columbus Monday morning to spend the day. Mrs. Charles F. Bullock left today for Columbus, St. Marys and Medina, O., for an extended stay Mr. William J. Henley of Cleve land was U10 guest of lelatlves In tho city over Sunday. Mr. C. N. Illco of Dnn...

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. — 13 May 1910

; 'fWJrWWB-wriari ' r -pxT"fnr- jettwocrolijc sunt i 'd r ESTABLISHED 1836 DESKS HIS RAPID DESCENT Aeronaut Forbes In Companion, J. C. Yates, New York IMman And Amateur Astronomer, Sought Better View Of Halley's Comet From Point High In Clouds And Professes ToJIave Attained Desired End-Disaster Was Due To Ripping Of Balloon's Gas Bag Horse Cave, Ky., May 12. A. Hol land Forbes, wh6 won the Lahm cup it the St, Louis balloon races In 1909, and James H. Yates, amateur astronomer and wealthy clubman of New York, wero- found In tho log cabin of Joseph Bastln, a Green county farmer. They were sadly bat tored, wrenched and bruised, but not crioualy Injured as a result of their sudden .descent from tho .clouds. Mr. -Forbes said he wanted to break tho record held by Count Dela vaux, who covered a dlstanco of 1,393 miles In 1909 and that of Colonel Schrelck, who In 1S99 remained in the air 72 hours. His companion had another pur rose. Mr. Yates is wealthy, and has a liking for astronomy. 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. — 13 May 1910

wit rTr-SBBMsr ati r h TSmiSiaMnoil '"7m 1A0E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY MAY 13, 1910 mm in tfriraiTit WiWMWiNia''Bg'?nTt-c" 'w,vgwwyt"'W ""F'F e,"nv5sir'T-WT inc r e 5LV the Candidates for Nomination for County Offices on Democratic Ticket at the Primaries on ay 17 -t TjnacrSjaTr M SAMUEL R. GOTSHALL For Representative IRVIN YOUNG For Auditor BENJAMIN R. PARKER For hecorder T7 ' J V f IV ilttftjj 1 Ps&TfFujMj$?t J PETER J. PARKER For Sheriff CHARLES W. HAYES For Clerk of Courts LLOYD M. BELL For Treasurer DR. J. C. WINTERRINGER For Coroner' ARTHUR C. WOLFE For Surveyor U, 0. FERENDAUGH For Prosecuting Attorney WALTER M. PAAZIG For Prosecuting Attorney WILLIAM LEWIS For Commissioner NOBLE WEIR For Commissioner LEGRAND BRITTON For Commissioner T. M. DILL i For Commissioner X 3 : UayHaMnUMHHIMHWnHHBWMMMMHl RILEY LEVERING For Infirmary Director FRANK E, COTTON For Infirmary Director JAMES W. COE For Infirmary Director IMPORTANT lnfoin.nl ion In Connection Willi Primaries To B...

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. — 13 May 1910

rM1f - FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAWS THftf A K f v r SUCCESS In Every Way Was "May Day" Meeting Of A; 1, U. Held In Pythian Armory f Tuesday Evening Hon. John J. Lentz Of Colum bus Principal Speaker Tolling Of Insurance Feature Of The Order Refreshments Served At Con clusion Of The Meeting Tho annual "May Day" meeting a' this district of the American InBiir anco Union was held In the K. of P Armory Tuesday evening with a larg number of members In attchdanco Tho armory was neatly decorated wltt tho colors of tho order. Tho regular meeting of tho union was called to order by tho president al HON. JOHN J. LENTZ Principal Speaker at A. I. U. Meeting - In This City , 7:30 o'clock "and thirty minutes wen spent In routine-business after which a class of seventy candidates were Ini tiated. The Initiatory degree was exempli fied by a team of twelve ladles and twclvo men from Newark Chapter No. 24 under the direction of Captain H. B. McLaughlin, district deputy. The work of ...

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. — 13 May 1910

n: ifr-r AigvTUWtyirCT?nyrgwrr8'ytin3B,'''Wr: ptH- fjtm- ;"'' "V ,18WWT st cr jf -i"iT'ir? -R-r?5SIa(Bn- -IWVfflrft' SwS MtaMMTMfM' mwiiaiwmiaMMifjiMwiwiijwiiiwuni;wi,lifwWBitniww!Mwnilf !, Uni'l .'. 'mj1 WUSE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY MAY 13, 101B r 9 ' I I ft ar Che Banner. FRANK HARPER, Editor xaaJ.-"577" o olsJLy Subscription Hate $1.60 per ya MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post ttlce as second clan mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC COUNTYJJONVEHTIOH To Select Delegates to the State, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions Tho delegates elected In tlio several townships and wards In Knox county at the primary held May 17, 1910, will meot In a county convention at the court house In ML, Vornon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. Tor tho purpose of selecting delegates to represent tho Democracy of Knox coun ty In tho State convention, tho Circuit Judicial convention and tho Senatorial convention, as follows: Nino delegates a...

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. — 13 May 1910

mrrr"AfmPmr - i FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER pAGt wvr Stop Buying So Many Shoes Wear Parr's KllOX dLoU Shoes Instead At Parr's you can save yourself lots of money on shoe bills. Parr's shoes are made of the very highest grade of materials thruout and only high class work manship goes into them. Al so we will give you a fit that will make your shoes wear twice as long. We know how to fit. This Pink Pepper No. 3303 will give your toes all the room they need, will hug your heel tightly, will make your foot look smaller than anj' other stj'le shown this season and lastly this Ox ford is a money saver. Parr's Knox 3 -button Tan Our Bachelor' No. 3504 is made of Russia Calf of a rich shade that will not stain easily and will hold its color to the last. Buy this tan and satisfy yourself that tans are very practical and serviceable. This 2-eyelet Gunmetal No. 3301 is popular because of its low pump effect and nas the much desired, quali ty of staying on your foot. Wc know how ...

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