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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 31 May 1910

l,J. wfawa(ijrwi'wif mAi WTr 'i-. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 3f, 19T0 PAGE SIX A IIS k; SUCCESS In Every Detail Was The Opening Of Tiie Park Tiie Out-Door Attractions During The Day Were The Best Ever Witness ed At The Park Two Base Bait Games Were Very Interesting Two Thrilling Balloon As censions Were Given The opening of tho koiikoii nt Luko Hiawatha park occurred on Thursday, tho gates being opom'd In tho morn ing and were closed late in tho oven ing. This Is nlwayH a pleasant dato to look forward to by ovoryono who enjoys pleasure of a clean, open na ture, as tho opening of the park Is always a day on which those pleas ures can he had. This year, groat preparations were made for tho event which outclassed ill openings of many enrs provlous, hucIi preparations us a thorough cleaning of all parts of tho park and the painting of buildings, making everything us clean and neat an possible. The management nindo every preparation for tho accommoda tion of n vast throng of pers...

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. — 31 May 1910

TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910 PEOPLE'S ftl3ns, A Sermon bv SPW CHARLES T. m&V RUSSELL M? 1 ' Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. --Ooo Pastor Russell is returning to Amor lea In good condition after having ad dressed the public of Great Britain, Ireland, Get many, Warsaw, Russia; Homo nnd Jerusalem In nil forty times. Ills Inigcst audiences wcie ut Loudon, about 7,000, with Glasgow a good second Mid-Ocean. May 20. As I look nbrond nnd see water, wnter every wbore, without a iieik of land in sight, and as 1 rellcct thnt we are passing over vnrjltig depths, some of which ate as great as lle miles, I nm reminded of the promise In the Lord's Word that ultimately the whole earth, the world of mankind, shall have sucli an abun dant knowledge of tbo Creator and tho Redeemer, as to bo fitly illustrated by the depths of tho sea. I have there fore chosen as my test the words, "The enrtb shall be full of the knowl edge of the Loid as the waters cover tho sea." 1 teiupmber also the very similar promise by ...

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. — 31 May 1910

SS55nwiiMaKwuwwniiiHWmiWiaiii n vi.umwiWiMiilrtW !.JIIUIMUlHi' i'JW (!,?' 3 r ir ..'' gfc. uimuunuujmi i i i-Kitrt ,- . ,H ,,,, r(r- wmwr1 HmWmWMMWBnaW1 '.W WWFWW'wprB'SF r I A4fc ilQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER .TUE8DAY, MAY 31, 1910 I I MM I ! II Willi 111 III I I "! I 1 lWW ilwffwi iiiiiniiimiiiiWHiwiiwminwiwi'HiMWWliiwfUMiiiMiiniiiwiiiMii "r Tjni m i niiBM'fiiirri r wf 'tfannmi,i iumi idto&ti,m1K!mBmrmimarammnmmmm SV W fe vA NOVEL CONTEST By EDWARD TOWNE. Copyright. 1S10. by American Tress Association. Captain Crofton of the scaler Bcnlclu Boy, cruising In Boring sen, wns In a "" quandary. Among his crew wore Dick JTurncr, a southerner, and Olnf Jacob bod, n Swede. Thceo two men's dis positions partook of the climates In which tbey hnd been reared. Turner's being flcry, Jacobson's peaceful. Tur ner had taken a dlsllko to Jacobson und let no opportunity slip to Injure or annoy him. Unfoituiintciy for Ja cobson. Turner was a strong innn thirty yoare old, whllu the object of his di...

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 June 1910

'im'MAlmm!rSIK- T IXftnrVp r THf")' ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1?10 No. 44 PRICE TVO CENTS Wwixtitt N k SCOPE SUIT II Eii L Wickersham Not Alone Real Game In Fight Being Waged Against Increase Of Freight Rates By Western Railroads In Western Trunk Line Committee, Through Which Ail increases Are Presented To Commerce Commission-Contempt Proceedings May Follow Washington, Juno 2. In the pro ceedings which the attorney general has begun against 25 railroads in the mlddlo west tho real scope of the legal battlo lias been generally overlooked. Tho obtaining of an Injunction from Judge Dyer at Hannibal, Mo., to restrain the rail roads from putting into effect in creases in rates, was only incidental to the mnln pioceedlngs. Tho sultAvhlch the attorney gen eral has filed in St. Louis seeks tho dissolution of the Western Trunk Line committee, the medium through which tho 25 railroads have made their move for rate increases, and indirectly affects similar committees nd ...

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 June 1910

rf-TjWjH'"iyii5'-'TfTmf"? aryfrwtvf s "i-ipr iv&wf " rw-1 -rrmgm' wmw&rr' ;TMiTn "TT'T t r r Tinr-y'n. v: ","r viwiTrp-Tt PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910 "MWW 1 ;?: 4 ! i 4 . FIMSDERICIVjrOWK. . .J. .J. t. .J, T J. .J. J. .J. J .J. .$ .J Tho regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Homo and Korean Mission ary Society of tho Presbyterian church will bo held next week Wed nesday afternoon, Juno 8th, at tho homo of Mrs. Margaret Axtcll, A good attendance is desired, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Honry Miller, Mr. Roscoe and bis sister, Miss Ros coo, Rev, and Mrs. Thos. Hambly, lost Monday evening. Mrs. T. D. Ilrown of Ankenytown visited bor daughter, Mrs. A. H. Pox, In this placo InBt Saturday. Mrs. Eliza Weston who broke hor forearm last Friday is reported as do ing very nicely at the presont writ ing, She has been an invalid for a number of years and whllo walking, .across' the room foil with abovo re sult. Mr. T. P. McKlnnoy of Clevel...

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 June 1910

tiplyiiiii?iMiiriiiijiitiwMiiita FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THHMK IV v COMPARISONS Appearing In The Census Bureau's Report I ' Him Jim On Religious Bodies For The Year 1906 Tlie Protestant Bodies Re ported At 20,287,742 And The Roman Catholic Church At 12,679,142 Other Figures Of Interest From The Report Washington, D. C, Juno 1 The ag gregate number of 32,930,445 com municants or members of all religious denominations In continental United States was reported for 1906, accord ing to tho U. S. Census of Religious Bodies for tho same year, as detailed In part I of the U. S. Census' Bureau's special report on tho subject, now in 1 press. Of this grand total the var ious Protestant bodies reported 20, 287,742 and tho Roman Catholic church 12,679,142. For purposes of comparison tho cen sus authorities divided tho principal cities into four classes, those having In 1900 a population of 300,000 and ov er, constituting tho first class; those of from 100,000 to 300,000 ...

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 June 1910

t AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1010 il FRANK HARPER, Editor atoxJOLi- W oolsJLy lubscrlptlon Kate fltfO per yoai MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post cftlco aa second claa mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE DEMOCRATIC C0UNTYJ0NVEHTI0N To Select Delegatei to the 8tate, Cir cuit Judicial and Senatorial Conventions The ldogntea eloctod In tho several townships anil wards In ICnor county at tho primary held Mny 17, 1910, will meet In a county convention at tho court house In ML Vernon, Ohio, on Saturday, June 4, 1910, at 1 o'clock, p. m. (or tho purpose of selecting delegates to represent tho Democracy of ICnoc coun ty In the State convention, tho Circuit Judicial convention and the Sonatorlal convention, as follows: Nino delegates and nlno alternates to ths Dcmocratlo Htato convention, to bo held at Dayton on Juno M and 23. Nina delegates and nlno alternates to tho Circuit Judicial convention, to bo li'd at Coshocton on June 23. Forty-three delegates and ...

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 June 1910

SESKaMSE; WttWf(flMW(HBlMi PRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PABE rtVft 3C 'fits t tf X V K NEW Committees Tor Citizens' As sociation Are Named By President Penn At Meet ing Wednesday Night Association To Give Another County Picnic At Lake Hiawatha Park In Near Fuljire Lecture On Tree Culture To Be Given Here Tho regular monthly meeting of the Citizens' association was held Wed nesday evening Jn tho city council chamber with a large number of mem bers in attendance. President Penn was In the chair and the minutes of tho last mcellDg wore read by Sec retary McCrackln and were approved. A letter was read from Mr. Leo Jos lyn of Hay City, Mich., inquiring as to tho possibility of establishing a sug ar beet factory in this city. Tho mat ter was discussed by the members and on motion was referred to the indus tries committeo und tho granges of tho county. Mr. H. C. Devin brought up tho mat ter of shade trees. Ho read a letter from John Davlo in refe'rence to grow ing shade trees...

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 June 1910

r-Tyjy..- ,;, fr ,",w'i:'ifii.imwiii'iiiWtr'1 wy awM i if iitiWi!iiiwiJ ii wimw it i jiiiimwlaii Hjjimmnsim jmt mmmr wwwmii PAOE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FfllDAY, JUNE 3, 1010 MJMMON kum raira Freight Rate Boost Gets Into Court. SHIPPERS TARE ACTION Appeal to Wickersliam Brings Quick Results. EXPECT BITTER LEGAL BATTLE Railroads In Middle West Are Charged Willi Combining to v. Increase Charges In Violation of Anti-Trust laws-Would Have Become Effective Today. JAMES A FOWLER Special Assistant to Attor ney General Wlckersham. Ilnnnlbol, Mo., Juno 1. In tho XJnlted Stntos circuit court for tbo eastern district of Missouri, Judgo Dyer, In chambers. Issued a tompo rary injunction ronlrnlnlng 2D west ern railroads troin enforcing, effect ing or making the advances In Intorr tat commercu commission lurlff A. 115 on tho ground that '.ho Hald ad vances have beun arrived at by tho defendants tliorelu by ngreomont with each other and without competi tion and In violation of tho act of July 2,...

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 June 1910

rfm vj--- t ' '' m -inr-T1 rTiniii iiiwitriiiiirtntirtaiiiiirtMitiiii u .-... --. J .i. j... ... ...,... ""W r .-..,.., .T-rrT "- -tiii -ii ' ntmm'wtiitnbXiMitmffWtm FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN mum m mumn W iSWmtr n Jf X V mm osll is ' mmm of pork Many Improvements Dropped From Appropriations. DECIDED VICTORY FOR BURTOfi Conforonco Committee Act on Pro test of Ohio Senator and Usee Pruning Knife on Iteme Which It Wat Believed Might Load to Presi dent's Veto of MeasureCleveland Losos Out Along With Other Cities, Bailey to Register Kick. ' Washington, June 1. An agreo tnent on the river and harbor 1)111 has been lenchod by the conforonco committee of the senate and house. Most of the propositions that wero ob jected to by Senator Burton of Ohio on Uio ground that they had never been recommended by engineers were dropped from the bill. The&o are the Items that arousod President Taft's suspicions of tho bill and that led to reports that the prosldent might ...

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 June 1910

zsxxzz r.-natmsiiwisuusa f-r i vi- THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER "PAGE EIGHT FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910 isssassxa ' For Twenty-Six Years Airs. Lamaster, of Kentucky, Suffered with Internal Catarrhandwdi Finally Relieved by J'e-rutia. SIRS. IV. IV. LAMASTJIIt. T SUFFERED for twonty-fllx ycara I with bladder and kidney trouble, and Wngad vised to glvo Peruna atrial, I did bo, and am thankful to nay that eight bottles of Poruna andthrco bottlcg of Manalln outlroly cured mo of that troublo, nnd I am as well as ovor." Mrs. W. Wt Lamaster, U127 MoAtoo Ave, TT'OuIhvMo, Ky. v Catarrh Causes Kidney Disease. Catarrh is a frequent catiflo of kid noy disease. The pelvis of tho kid neys, as well us tho tubules, Is lined villi mucous membrane, nnd Is thcio foro subjoot to catarrhal congestion. (Sometimes tho catarrh Is so slight ns to cause no attention, Othor limes ltleadfl up to Vary serious conditions. Any remedy capablo of mitigating tho catarrh is a much more rational treatment than to glvo palliatives th...

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. — 7 June 1910

" ' 'Qmit )Mlll'iMl"WIMlWWlltWWlwiliiMilwltiii1i)l'iWIliill'llil'li n'm'm','MnJWKmnimKmyviantcmj(f &M0tt nit? X ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910 No. 45 PRICE TWO CENTS " ii "p'Hr She Ufa w 'win "dm s c FATE OF IS Railroad Measure Comes House Tuesday Insurgents Want To Accept Proposed Law As It Passed Senate, But Must Have Democratic Votes To Accom plish Purpose -FearAIdrich And Eikins, If On Conh mitten,, Would Dominate Situation-Regulars De sirous Of Having Bill Delayed ' Washington, June 6. When tho motion Is m nil e in the house tomor row to Bend the administration rail road bill to conference, one of the liveliest fights of the session will break out, unless all 'signs fail. The house and senate leaders liave determined that tho bill passed by the latter body must bo robbed of Borne of its lnsurgcut-Dem-ocratic amendments before it is sent to the president for approval. Ac cordingly the word has been passed for all regulars to stand by and vote to send ...

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. — 7 June 1910

AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY JUNE 7, 1910 WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCured by LydiaE.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound ISlwood, Iml. "Your remedies hayo cured me find I have only taken six bottles of Lydla E. Plnkliam's Vegeta ble iompounu. j. was sick throo months and could not walk. I suf fered all the tlruo. The doctors said I could not get well without an opera tion, for J could hardly stand tho tinlitn (n mtr otllilQ especially my right one, and down my right leg. 1 began to feel better when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on ns I was afraid to atop too soon." Mrs. Sadij: Mullen, 2723 N. 13. St., EU wood, Intl. Why will women tako chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of tho joy of living, when they can find health in Lydla E. I'liikham'o Vegetable Compound? Tor thirty years it has boon tho Rtandard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ali ments as...

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. — 7 June 1910

rr?"s"""""i ,t , -r liro; t n iha)ywMW'ili)lpU4.ljiHMiiwiw TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAGE THRU V k ELABORATE Program For Public Centen nial Celebration Of Mt. Zion Lodge No. 9 F & A. H. Friday, June 24 ' .Parade To Be Given In The City In The Morning ,. ... i And Picnic And Speaking At Hiawatha Park Reception At Masonic Tem ple In Evening Mount Zion lodge, No. 9, P. & A. M.) which in January last, at a regular communication, celebrated the com pletion of the hundredth year of Its existence, will, on tho festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 1910, com plete tho celebration with a day of events which will bo replete with In terest. Invitations wore extended to the various Masonic lodges of the county, together with tho families of the mombers, and these invitations havo been heartily accepted. Tho program for the day Includes a parade of the lodges at 10 a. m., a basket picnic and dinner at Hiawatha park at noon, a program in the park nudltorium at 2 p. ...

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. — 7 June 1910

(MrtttrtWWSHMIWWwWWBl ASE FOUR THE DEMOORATia BANNER TUESDAY JUNE 7, 1910 I 1 y i r n i i; N FRANK HARPER, Editor SI oaaaJ.-"VS7" o olaLLy ubscrlptlon Hate tlASO per yea MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vornou, 0., post office as second class mall matter. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE J Society News Surprise Party For Mr. Trott A very pleasant hiilhday surprlso party was given Sunday at .the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trott, at 509 Kust llurgess street, this city, in hon or of tho 72rd birthday anniversary ol Mr. Trott., At tho noon hour all joined in a trol ley rido to Lako Mlawalha park, whore a bounteous dinner w.ni nerved All tho soiib and daughter!) of Mr. and Mrs. Trott were present, and also olt'Veii grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Among the guests wuio Mr. and Mrs Samuel Itltcy, Hon. and Mrs. 0. V, Trott, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Trott, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Trott, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Stone. Mr. end Mrs. Hort Stuaduian. Mrs. Amos Slleott, Mrs. W. 10. Fowler and Misses llerni...

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. — 7 June 1910

TUE8DAY, JUNE 7, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIVK J" .4 DELEGATES Chosen By The Democrats Of Knox County To Represent Tiiem In Three Conventions . i ' Held At The Court House Saturday Afternoon A Convention Absolutely Free Of Any Dictation And With No Attempt Made At Any Shady Methods In marked contrast with the ring lldden, boss-controlled Republican conventlon-of May 28th, was that hold at the court-.houso last Saturday aft ernoon by the Domocrats of Knox county. At tho Democratic conven tion the entlro proceedings were in tho hands of thoso composing tho convention, and the work of the con- ventlon, which was to elect delegates to three conventions, tho state, sena torial and clrult judicial, was1 done by three committees, each made up of a member irom each township and ward, a plan that has been in use by the Democrats of Knox county for many years, and under which a low persons cannot control the action of tho party. It was a very largo convention, all townships, save one, ...

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. — 7 June 1910

fsty$q" ii Wfw "TM,r -rTlTtf'- wyw xv "yyyjytyKwwff'1""! j "'" " "fTT 11""''" .--UA--Mf-wlw.r PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BA1WER TUESDAY JUNE 7, T9IO IS1 I? I ti I ji h." H 1. i r ; s I ii ?t S Make An Attack Upon Home of Judge Seward And Throw Beer Bottle Through a Window Vandalism Probable Result of Prosecution Of Violators of Rose Local Option Law Jnilijc Seward issues State ment From Bench Ncwnrk, O., Jtiuu :t. On account of tho active Inlerchl lie has tafcnn in tho prosecution of violators of tho liose county optloti law. Judgy Char les W. Sownrtl of (he common picas liench lins boon in ado the tan;ct of as nult by vandals.' supposed to bo 'wets." Soinetlrno during Wednesday night vandals attacked tlio house of Judge Seward, using stones nnd bricks and lmnlly throwing a beer bottle through a window at his home. Upon convening court Thursday morning .Jhdgo Seward Issued tho fol lowing statement from the bench: "I have something that I desire to wiy from tho bench. Yesterday, dur ing...

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. — 7 June 1910

'''"liP I '' ur k TUE8DAY, JUNE 7, 1910 tmwmm mmmmm wi i f m n ! BUSY Day In Court Of Common Pleas On Thursday One Case Tried To Jury And Several Settled Lamar To Go To The Pen On Saturday An Assignment Of Chancery Cases Made Other Items Of Interest From Court House Thursday was quite a busy (lav In the court of common picas, one case being tried, and a number disposed of by Judge Wickham. Tho co(,o of the Eberly Co, vs. Willis was staitod in the morning and a verdict for the defendant was returned by tho jury Tho case of the Ohio Overall Com pany vs. Greer Brothers was settled. Tho case of tho South Sid'o Trust Company vs. Chappelear waa also sol tied. Tho case of Purdy vs. Moore, execu tor, was settled. Tho case of Lnudcrbaugh vs. Bart ett was continued. On Friday morning tho case of Bech tol vs. Ewing, administrator, was tried before the jury. Lamar Goes Saturday Tho necessary papers arc being made out and Lamar, alias Stockwell, sentenced to 2 years In the Ohio pen itentiary for...

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. — 7 June 1910

,lH,"lir3lZZ&m?1 Lmiu nvnlmimnHrfB MMKMtoKrHWTtnjmumifvtMiattWMiiuttywiti & ' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY JUNE 7, 1910 AQE EIGHT immim mrmmmn u in i M mm mm I k k If h fo THE BLACK BASS. Mysterious Habits of the Fish The'. Puzzle the Naturalist. Why tlio black buss bites 011 ono dny and refuses every bait the next; why lio takes hulgrnmltcs uiiil only bel cratnltos on Monday, );rassiioppcrs on ITuosduy and frogs on Wednesday( why ho bites only on dark days for u fortnight nnd then shifts his biting humor to dnys bright ami breezy; why you Olid hlui today on sandy bottom and tomorrow on mud nnd the day nftcr on the rocks, nro untiling traits of the bass that relate merely to his sporting relations with the angler. Hut there are other mysteries that jnizr.lc the naturalist and bear on the organic life of the fish. Up In MalDo nro two bass rivers not far apart. In one the llsli run often to four, even to five, pounds; In' tlio other rarely above n pound and a half, ln one of ...

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 June 1910

ftiWi LZZHH ' L'.'."""'".". ' '. '' t i w 'ra; yimwiitpufw SpESH 7 S,T.T- n - -V-A,"fl . m j ,''. mjtfjtttmjt stm? ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 No. 46 PRICE TWO CENTS TRACKS TORN UP BY LEADER OF UPRISING Mrs. W. J. Gaynor Poses For First Snapshot Photograph nfflfiMnniafflwatr mm urn iintrrrrT,--rrTfflT ?WR' "'SSFJW'TMiMT VIWY kW WpT'Pff WTjfl'Tj T?1? l v" f t L ip A4 fm I'll llflRf IN WIND STORM RECOVERS COIN , PAID FOR " ' V V X Alice Thaw Demonstrates Ability As Financ Drove Sharp Bargain-While Wedding Guests Waited At Church And Titled EngIishmanDenianded Fortune For Use Of Name, American Girl Insisted That Pittsburg Trust Company Become Trustees For Property Turned Over To Yarmouth PIttsbuig, June 9. In the courts or Allegheny county, representatives of Alice Thaw llled deeds which per haps mean the .last legal proceedings In the 111 lated marriage ot Alice to the Earl of Yarmouth. The deeds are those of Alice Cornelia Thaw to a 'part of her own propert...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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