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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 13 May 1910

wi'agMMMr-rtti i THE D1MO0RATI& BANNER e six FRIDAY MAY 13, Ut t ; I I- m V- 9 I if: !l i A . n ' ANNUAL Meeting Of The Y. M. C, A. On Monday Evening When Directors Were Elected For The Year And Reports From All De partments Were Read By Mr. B. D. Williams Chair man Of The Committee Orchestra Music During The Evening-Ice Cream Served The annual meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association held on Monday evening was 0110 of tho most ituccessful affairs that the association lias yet held. There was a good at tendance and a splendid lutorost. I'res. It. II. Williams and Vico Pros. "Win. A. Acltertnan, presided. HcportH were received from the fin ancc, hulldlng, hoys' work and dormi tory committees and frdm H. K. Illlss nnd K. II. Jesson and I). 11. Williams. The report of Mr. Williams Is given herewith and Is a full summary of nil tho departments. The hulldlng, quipment and cu'rront oxpenso hills ;irc fully paid and tho liabilities of tho association Is a bank note on build Jug...

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. — 13 May 1910

. r-irKy -wwfurTWfflf tt" "ryfySytMr'T" tot-' t'wiw ')wyy W"4f MfWiiiai'i - t .'- J v- FniDAY, MAY 13, 1910 THE DEMOORATIO BANNER PAQE SEVEtt v r'u i mist Of Howard Bartlett On Charge Of Abduction" Marshal Of Utica Makes The Arrest , And Bartlett Locked Up In County Jail A Suit Is Filed At Late Hour ' Of Night The Grand Jury indicts But One Man Howard Bartlett, the married man who eloped to Charleston, W. Va., with Alice Maxwell, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. James Maxwell of thls.clty) was arrested Monday night at Utica by the marshal of tho villago and was brought to Mt. Vernon by Sheriff Park er and locked up In the Knox county jail. After tho girl had been taken home from Charleston by her mother, Bartlett decided to return to Mt. Ver non and see how the conditions wpro here. Ho came io Mt. Vernon .Mon day, but in tho afternoon caught a south bound freight train on tho D, & O. Lieutenant of Police McElroy 'saw Bartlett on the train and immediately notified Sheriff Parker, who in t...

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. — 13 May 1910

' '') "" M ii UMii'fy fcHmtMMiaftMJia EWttdWPWRJSItBlflBrJBECEK iwtffffwpwrfejyiS5iTwyi'iF'g"'ri 'n 1AGE EKJHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY MAY 13, 1910 b Vrrxt - - - t.-. l . . - . , i an-"-- . i i ii ii 4 I THE MOTHER'S PROBLEM , Or Raising StimiK, Ilnilthy fill-Is. A serious problem which present it telf to every mother w 1th girls to ralso, An theso days. Tho oxl';cneIcs of bcIiooI II fo, tho hurry and routine of ovory-day duties, tho artificial environment of modern civilisation, malto it mon dinioult to ralso strong, healthy glrli thanovor In tho history of tho world. Hoys ralso thcmsolvea. Glvo then toom, glvo them lloorty, and thoy will grow up healthy atlcast, without much worrying. Hut tho glrla prcsont a bor lous problem. How many mothers there aro who ar "worrying nbout their daughters. Ner vous, puny girls, with poor, capricious appetites, bloodless, llstlosi), a constant mnxloty to tho mother. How shall b1i sotvo herproblom? To as horn shall sho turn for help? Each cas...

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. — 17 May 1910

J'l'W 'wwr"0rrjiif'ryrTrr iqyWttifTwrypi t Vf "" r k mmtt mm ! V ESTABLISHED 1836 TAFT ATTEMPTS AN EXPLANATION In Regard To His Letter Exonerat ing Secretary Baiiinger Admits lie Did' Not Write Letter FORMED OWN OPINION Told Attorney to Dratt Letter Exonerating Baiiinger. REVISED AND SIGNED BRIEF Also Admits, In Letter to Senator Nelson That He Directed At i torney General Wickersham 1 to Predate Review of Glavis i Charges to Correspond With : Date of Interview. Washington, May 10. Publicly as suming ull lcsponslblltty for the Lawler memorandum In the Ballln-er-Pinchot case, President Taft also took upon his shoulders full respon tblllty for the pre-datlng of the Wickersham oplnon. The president ad mits frankly that ho requested As sistant Attornoy General Lawler of tne Interior department to write and prcparo "an opinion as It he wero president" The ptosldcnt acknowledges also that he used tomo sentences of this, opinion In his letter exonerating' Bab linger. With equal frankness t...

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. — 17 May 1910

wmmmmmmmm vafwrnw1-. 1 i i "y -rn' i ' -'' ' T , S'Tywliawii'Trr'ti " " MSJftCTiyrff'at tm"m niiiiiP'liinrTrin'riTfffrrirf - -""ffwi wmjiinnpiimniiwiiipii iiiiwiiinni ii 1W H" 'FtTW1! "T" 'ilwwypT v (r- W?E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1S10 w 1 1 111 111 in iiiiiijuiitumwinilBiMH ' tWfrmmmmmie&mmmmmmm!m Wf -jiiwp? MI JJUgUSIMJMMCT IS I I p.; COMPIM se Seems To Be The Dominant Note In Fosliions Anil Probably Will Be For Some Time To Come Russian influence Slill Felt In Toilettes Though Collar Comes OK VIA Warm Weather florence Fairbanks' Notes On Fad And Fashions (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, May 14 Thoso who ex pected that with tho approach of the Hummer season fashion would decldo upon n certain and definite Btylo of sil houette for womon'a drosses or do claro itself for aomo particular per iod, nro sorely disappointed. Tho un certainty as to tho futuro is as great at present as It was last fall. Com promise seems to ho tho domlnnnt nolo In the fashions of tho...

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. — 17 May 1910

.Trnp- ,; f i '"St. i; ft. t . - i m J V1 w A.' & iAJ&iJfUS "teiSkftiSfJSL MM f- V" r t- .fxj' .. -.. . ,-."-, --. -yr- i TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREE , J s 9 h EH ll H&mi It t vfmp HhhH r i . 5 -4H in wlii, till. .slisL t-. sk . WiSlii - X E:i;.ttftffi..iV.?W,5ra Wv ui t Owing to the prolonged period of cold weather we find ourselves over- LAav , stocked with an immense stock of Spring Goods and in place of 'our usual After-Season Sale, we have decided to inaugurate RIGHT NOW in the heart of the season AY 17th ..LliU jlW The Greatest Clothing Reduction Sale Profits thrown to the winds. Think of it: Our immense stock of Fine Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Furnishings for Men, Boys and Sa Children will be slaughtered at unheard-of prices. Nothing will be reserved. Avail yourselves' of this opportunity to secure these great bargains right now in the heart of the season whilst you need them. , Now Read What We Propose Giving is Bi( Copyright HartScliaf...

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. — 17 May 1910

i I, i - ... i ..ui-L ii i i u l . w-ju.yuEjjwi,jriJljj!s;V- --t!.S!HHB cwy.nn.fM'mffrffl.UrH nKiiinam.;iriiiiBta AOE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 17, 19f? t-..-..-., . , -, - --..t..,.,.-r- - -T " '-laUJIBB' -MaiHJIIWWiHtteMurma. T ; .. ,,., m-imi4-ixiJ MJuU4uJaiiB , m Wnini.iw .,....,,.,. l , , , SMMMiWWWMsMMfWMIiMMMBBfeCT M m i ft I ft ftE SSairacr FRANK HARPER, Editor ubacrlptIon Rate $1.60 por yon AlOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered lat the lit. Vernon, 0., poet oCUco as second clasa mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC COUHTYJJONVEHTION T Select Delegates to the 8tate, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The delegates elected In tho soverol Ciiwnahlps and wards In Knox county at 4ho primary held May 17, 1910, will moot n a county convention at tho court house (n ML Vcngtm, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent tho Democracy of Knox coun ty In the Stato convention, tho Circuit Judicial conventio...

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. — 17 May 1910

?UE8DAY, MAY 17, ItflO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE nvt Ks. is V V FORMER llf. Vernon Undertaker Passes Away In Columbus Assisted In Embalming Presi- . , dent Lincoln And Was Inventor Of Modern Cooling Board Death Comes To The Vener able N. T. Shaw Funeral Ahdk Interment To Occur In" Columbus (Columbus Journal) Noah T. Shaw, known aNnong un dertakers all over the United States nnd Canada as tho Inventor of tho cooling beard used by all funeral di rectors, and who assisted In tho em balming of Abraham Lincoln, died yes terday morning at his home, CO West Blako Avenue, of tho infirmities of did ago. Two Vears ago he was Injured in a street car accident, tho baso of his skull being fractured. He had been In vory poor health over since. Mr. Shaw was born In Frostburg, Md., Dec. 7, 1830. Ho began business as an undertaker in Mt. Vernon In 1866. Ho enlisted In Company K, Ope Hundred and , Forty-second O. V. I., during tho later part of tho war, but becauso of physical disability was transfe...

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. — 17 May 1910

' ' "' ' " ' "" '"i"" ' i -in i ii ii -i ii 1 1 1 1 i iii ., r, , -i. .in i .mi mnrmttmfmt,'-- i '"WWMMtem f f I"".'1' JSS Mi ;ate fAQL THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK TUESDAY, MAY 17, 19f lg'llIW.IOPl Ooo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CMARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Q-m-m-mmmimJ99mimtQQ Q v London Kng. May intli. Albert Memoiial llnll. recoguicd as tho largest modern andllorfuni lu tho world, was crowded today to heat Pas tor Kusxcll ol drool. I n Tabernacle, Jsevv WirU. on "Pentecostal ISIesslngs." Many of the most pioiiilneut stalls and boxes are owned by the nobility, many of wlioiu occupied lliem, while others, unable (o attend, gi.iclously grunle-i penulsslon for their occupan cy by otheis; but hundreds wero turn fd away The meeting was held un der the auspltes of the "International Ullilu Students Association." Tho speaker suld:- It Is npproptl.itu that on lids day, celebrutul and recognized as the tin nlversary of Peutecosl, we should con sider the linpiut, and have well in mind ...

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. — 17 May 1910

tr TUE8DAY, MAY 17, 1910- L'tLE DE nUUJLi 110 BANNER PAGE SEVEN ES) Ttxnsmra f-r t! I is-. VERDICT For Plaintiff In The Sum Of $1,925.94 In Cqsc Against Insurance Company More Personal Assessors File Reports "Bee Tree" Cases Reaches Supreme Court Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The case of Stewart vs. tho Insur- auco company camo to a closo late Friday afternoon whon tho jury re turned a verdict for tho plaintiff In the sum of $1,92$.94, after a delibera tion lasting four hours. In answer to tho Interrogatories asked by tho de fense, the jury fixed tho following amounts: .Total valuation of stock, etc., before the lire $19,000, valuation after tho flro ?G,000, valuation of stock exclusive of fixtures, etc., ?1,000. o Reaches Supreme Court Tho case of John Illllbrant against the Stato of Ohio was argued Friday before the supremo court at Colum bus on application for leave to fllo a petition in error in that court. The case grows out of tho cutting of a bee troo on Hlll...

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. — 17 May 1910

AQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAYr MAY 17, 1910 fit THE KNAVE OF SPADES Dy louiseTTcummings Copyrlstit, 1310, by Amorlenn Press .Association. Mary O'Rourko wns n typical Irish Rlrl-llgbt hair with n tinge of red In U imd u complexion like n ripe peach. Wary lived in stirring times, when tlio people were struggling to be free from what they deemed the tyranny of tlio Ltrltlsh sovereign. Of one of theso adherents she had iieard n great deal, hut had never Been lilm. Dennis Shcn mis u young ichel taking nn nctlve part In the efforts to throw off Itrltlsh supreuniey and was rapidly becoming n leader. The gov ernment was watching for some overt net on his part that would afford an tezcuse for his arrest and condemna tion for treason. Hut of this tlio young patriot know nothing. A gifted orator, be continued to speak to his country men of Ireland's wrongs. Mnry lived in n house with an Eng lish family who wcro very bitter ugalnst the Irish patriots. Donnld Irevor, the head of the fa...

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. — 20 May 1910

Hil"WIJLlWJlllJWml)mplilj mtvwQWJMmvmw'VP' "JfKfWW'm HIl'iVfWBIW1 m.fi.iunwiivim,V"m iw,iipfmprr WW MMIWIIWirW'IfiWppyiWt1 " 1 1 tM0tf vwntti. '1 n V ESTABLISHED 1836 ,MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 No. 40 PRICE TWO CENTS B m mm ROOSEVELT M w ill Ride Willi M. Procession . Ann ounce Official Prograro EiQh Monarchs Will Follow Gun Carriage Conlaining Edward'sTasket Princes, Dukes And Heir-Apparents From All Over(Europe Will Precede Carriages Conlaining Queen Mother, . Queen Mary And Their Suites London, Jiay 10. In brief, they offi cial program for tomorrow's ceremo nial Is as follows: The cofllu will bo transferred from tho catafalque at Westminster hall to a gun carriage at 9:40 a. m. Tho royal regalia will bo placed en tho coffin and the procession will thonbo formed. It will bo headed by a mul titude of men proriilnent in the Brit ish and foreign military and naval oervlces, their names and ranks be ing'' fully Bet forth In tho program, and massed bands and royal suites. Im...

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. — 20 May 1910

' ' ' t I Hnmi-iilr... "T- 1 TTi f MTiT . i Ti"i."n.Ctfgr,iaTrititimimi.i;i.i TT"rnririTiT rairtiViTiiTii saSSSaS m-T-fTii ii't'nn'iuiittmt i-i n .n iMnfMfi iimii)inaMinititiiMmviniriii'li. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 PACE TWO Hi VERDICT : i - - for Plaintiff in Cose Of King & Domes vs Gas Co. .,,. j t;!z!!-m!!mmmmmmmmmm -OF i Returned By Jury Late Tues day Afternoon ' Damage Case Of Jackson vs City Of Ht. Vernon Commenced In Court Wed nesday Morning OtLier Notes Of interest From The Court House In tbo caso of King & Bunion vh. tho Quaker Oil & Gns Company tho Jury returned u verdict Tor tho plain tliT In tho sum of ?1, 110.01 nt G:30 o'clock TuoBday nftcrnoon uftor n de llboratlnn of four hours. Damage Case Tried Tho caso of JoIiiibou vs. tho olty of Mt. Vernon wan commenced In the court of common pleas Wednesday morning. In this action tho plaintiff seaks to recover damages for alleged Injuries sho received while driving on Vino street, near tho I). &...

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. — 20 May 1910

i w,NllWMH" ffHP Wrjf f ''WW1jWW7W,i'WWiWivvv,t'T'r"'n.'''T?"-,ii f"w7 i p(H" 'T'SfT' 'f iry ! r-r - FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREr ?v V J is V j j j j j. j j. j j. j j .J. VIIEDIHIIOKTOWN J ,, ,J .J. J. , J, J. J. J J J Mlsa Qcrtrudo Sptaguo HulBhcd hor j car of teaching at the Gardner school tlio past week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Groft were vis itors at the homo ot Mr. T. W. Hab cock at Marengo last weok. Mr. Glenn Preston and family ot this placo also Mr. Demorest Preston ot Columbus visited their mother, Mrs. Ell Dill at Sparta last week. Rov. C. L. Lewis assisted In tho special meetings at Bellvillo tho past week. Mrs. Myrtlo Darro visited with her parents In Mt. Qllcad tho past week. Mfss tteatrlco Illxenbaugh went to Lima last week to join her parents who recently moved there. Mr. Hoy Lowis and wlfo were visit ors at tho homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mellck last weok. Elmer Stults, Harold Williamson and Ralph Knoff went to Masslllon last week to tako jobs In a ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 20 May 1910

isfiiJrpS HT '"., annBntu ' "ICKO7" w-t---PTnri mps(iij nji3jFntr TT-fortr 'j"CkitorevWH'fri 11' ''' ""' '! "' ""r1"1 " ' "" - in. I. ,1, - ., - ""wr' PAGE HOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 wSj??'''? die Statute? FRANK HARPER, Editor 03oaJL-"WoolsLly Bubocriptlou Rate 11.60 per yoa MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post fflrc us second olast mall matter. & MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC COUNTYJONVEHTION To Select Delegates to the State, CJtV cult Judicial and Senatorial Conventions Tlio OclcBnte? elected In tlio several townships and wards In Knox county at the primary held May 17, 1310, will meet In a county convention at the court houso In Mt Vernon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at' 1 o'clock, p. m. for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent the Democracy of Knox coun ty In tho Stnto convention, the Circuit Judicial convention nml tlio Senatorial convention, as follows: Nino delegates and nine alternates to the Democratic Stnto convention...

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. — 20 May 1910

"tri!tyff!WVnn irHX'my(XWTf,y''im',i yyfyy - y r ""' t ....-, T - TCKtrJi I FfVlDAY, MAY 20, 191 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIVJt fMfT9fi y Well, the Big Comet has come and gone and no body is hurt. Stop worrying about it now and buy yourself a pair of Parr's New Spring Oxfords. Parr's salesmen can fit you because they know how and have the sizes & widths to do it with. No. 3701 A Patent Bully Button that is a Bully Fitter You will like this 4-button Patent Colt Oxford because it is a snappy looker and n bully good fitter. Same thing in gunmetal is No. 4001. $3.50 A Tan 3-Button on the Batchelor Last This Batchelor -Las't is a very comfortably shaped one for street and general wear. Decoration Day you "vill need a Tan Street Oxford. Don't wait until the day be fore to be fit as we can fit you much better now. Don'tthcse look nice and comfortable for father and grandfather? Made with a plain, square toe of Vici Kid, low, broad heel and smooth insole. "It hasn't hurt yet".. $3.00 ...

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. — 20 May 1910

PAGE SIX r iV Vr. m feBE1 9 m m 9 f i A t A t 1 1 1 r V - ?? 9 I 4$ r a if Si K It 8 if -.-T - m WMMWMWMilBiiHHH THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1910 mm&mmmmmmmmmvmmmmmmm&mmm9mmmmmmmmmm s.Vi It IHHIP lififl ,i ii i ii hsni'i 'luui i nwj i ; i rm1 v j m..v.. Mtitllll -mammr b,waip i Owing to the prolonged period of cold weather we find ourselves over stocked with an immense stock of Spring Goods and in place of our usual After-Season Sale, we have decided to inaugurate RIGHT y NOW in the heart of the season &a of Our Entire Mercantile Career Profits thrown to the winds. Think of it: Our immense stock of Pine Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Furnishings for Men, Boys and Children will be slaughtered at unheard-of prices. Nothing will be reserved. Avail yourselves of this opportunity to secure these great " bargains right now in the heart of tho season whilst you need them. ii$SS5 - - 5 Copyiljht lUitSihMlucr it Mitt f WUw - KfepM MSA Copyright 1 1 lit Scuaflncf & Man S...

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. — 20 May 1910

View vtmtotimrqprifrp BTw "'( pWfjIWIW 1f " FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN V VFRU1CT For Adnmson In The Sum Of $1,425 Returned By The Jury Mon day Evening Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of justice In the cndo of Adamson vs. tho Trl State Land company tho Jury returned a verdict for tho plaintiff In the court of common picas lato Monday after noon for $1,425. Tho plaintiff sued for $3,000. Tho next case taken up In common pleas court Tuecday morning was that of King & llnrnes vs. tho Quaker Oil & Gas company. Action For Money William II. Coe, administrator of Joshua Hnrils, has commenced an ac tion for money In tho court of com mon picas of Knox county against Ly man C. Hookwny et al. Tho action Is based on four promissory notes as follows: $5G0 with Interest from May 28, 190S, $110 fiom November 28, 1907, $150 from March 28, 1908, $100 from Novemberv2S, 1907. Columbus Ewalt Is the attorney for tho plaintiff In this action. o Deeds Filed Ben Ames t...

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. — 20 May 1910

H V - - J V T V . fl if3'Tvppnsin' "rtftifr ' ' !r,f r-ss7w r-rwr! -'iffJT-iFnswafTp''K R 1 1 1... .l..,m.lnlHl.,..w T-"- 1 1 ill hi ii i;iijiiww ,, ,,'iTJJMC..... :i iirwiiifiimiiMiMiMHifii i 555ff? ggrcadiCjinHgi'Bw; -tHHBgWWWipWWWggMPBI 'i'Hfa'fetttW'"r' mi-V"- i-"1" in .. i.m....t ''""""t'-r ieiiiutoumiiMWTBuiit v TAQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 tf w' H Hi ia Are Drugs Necessary? Do Drugs Cure Disease? Can Nature be Assisted? If people wero born right and after-1 If n porson would correct his habits, wards lived right, thero would bo no persist in right eating and tempcrnt safor medicine. Kvery doctor knows lhls. So do other well-informed pooplo Ono thing more. When a person Hvo8 wron gly, or acquires bodily wca kn ess by heredity, medicine can do only Tory little, Mcdlclno cannot cure him. Only charlatans claim that medicines will euro disease. Medicines may palllato ymptoras. Medicines may urgo tho powers of Nature toreHlst disease Med icines BomottmcB ar...

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. — 24 May 1910

tl fif " t -- jf.i l(- k -M t , j " tTJI 1 , jewwOTw wmtt ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 24,' 1910 No. 41 PRICE TWO CENTS " 7""t'T f "' -7c'.vprv V" "rte'"f -- ---- ?5?ll Tm m l " V SEE FISH OF RAILROAD Vote Expected Thursday Or Friday Conference Committee Will Have Many Knotty Problems To Solve As Measures Considered By The' Two Brandies Gf Congress Are Dissimilar In Many tie-spects-Insunjents Say Every Republican Senator Will Vote For Bill On Final Showdown Washlgton, jMay 23. From presen' Indications Jhe administration rail road bill will be In the hands of the conference committee bythe lattei part of this week. It will be passed In the senate Thursday or Friday, un less further obstacles are placed lu Us way Ly the Insurgents. Debate on the bill will be resumed tomor row. The Cummins amondment pro viding that Increased rates shall not become effective until approved by the interstate commerce commission,' 1b the principal matter In controversy now. It will be deb...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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