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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 10 June 1910

Ki i n V -I Bf- PAbE TWO Jtau ui mmm nmuuwumiiiu i ! w J 3 frj f J frj l'I J t. FltKDKKtGK'l'OWK. a . J J J J J i Mr. M. W. Baker and Mr. D. C. Baker last Thursday made a trip to Albion and Warsaw, Indiana, to visit relatives and on the return to visit at Conway, Ohio. Mrs, Addle Parks and two sons, and Miss Carrie Chancoy of Metropolis, Indiana, arrived at Kroderlcktown last Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Chancoy, the latter having been quite 111. Tuesday morning word was receiv ed hero that Mr. O. H. Plummor was not expected to recovor from an at tack of nppendicitls. Mr. Plummor is assistant Warden at the Reformatory JnMansfleld. GMr. and Mrs. C. D. Kwcrs of Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. VrcA Kwors of Berlin wcro guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Taylor In this place last Sunday. The village council met in regular session on Monday evening and trans acted routine business. The matter of hitching poatB was again dis cussed but nothing definitely decid ed upon. Ord...

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 June 1910

, -wTW5.-m t" trrTtTm-f. -''( " -if-y,-JTW . ,i iro- . Hr 'uuMwy ""f"'for" ii"' w1 ' 'pfflw'''." "Wvffivw'ga'Ey,! " "j 'i ii 'iij'iw niin iiu.ii..niiiil.iijijij, mnji 1 ,;,,, nHiMhipMi m ii unjinaiiiymiilMI FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BAMHEE PAGE THKM ;V :.,.t l'- 7 ' '' is ifc-4 GRAY Unanimously Nominated For State Senator By The Democrats!! The 17-2Hoint District Held At Millersburg On Tuesday Afternoon Knox County Delegation Present In Full Force faiH I J J AndPiayed A Prominent Part In The Proceedings After all, the Democratic scnatorinl convention at Millersburg Tuesday af ternoon was a very harmonious n'ffalr. Of courso there had to be sotuo fighting dono to secure the ultlmato harmonious result, but tho harmony was obtained just the same, and ev erybody departed ""from tho conven tion hall happy or near happy. Tho efforts of State Senator John M. Thompson of Mt. Gllead and Co lumbus, especially of Columbus, with plenty of assistance from tho last named place, to cont...

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 June 1910

J PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 1ft 1010 l a $ . l! Hi I fi If ft f . ) S i f I Cite 9Etamu:ir FRANK HARPER, Editor SoxridL-'VSroolacJLy Subscription Uato UdPO per yon MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post nice aa second claw mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE F IRE Does Great Damage To Vil lage Of New Carlisle Springfield, O., Juno 0 In a lire en tailing a loss of $40,000 three business buildings and residences wore destroy ed at New Carlisle ten miles west of here early this morning, tho blazo starting In Trostlo'n b'llrnlturo store, from unknown cause. Sovoral fnmlllcH had nanow escape from death, . , DROVE In Front Of A Fast Passen ger Train On C A. & C, (Delaware Uazetto) .Mason Smith, who resides east of Cheshire, had a vciy narrow escape from death at noon Wednesday when he drove on the C. A. & C. tracks thinking he could get across before Uio south hound passenger train came mi far. The wagon was struck square ly by tho train, and one I19r...

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 June 1910

HUffmiiii iy i I . ii i t nil.l lrtin I'. .....,,, .tm .ilWliiHWm FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 THE DEBtOOBATIC BANNER PAGE PIVK T"jv W'ljnrjtrwit&r - t !?;' 7?ll. I?! X y X sun To Condemn Land Near Vil lage Of Millwood On Which To Build A School House Commenced In Probate Court Of Knox Co. Jury Visited The Land Thurs day Morning The Sells Will Has Been Filed In Probate Tho condemnation proceedings of the board of education of tho Millwood special school district vs. Leploy for the purpose of condemning land near Millwood for tho purposo of greeting a school house, was commenced in the common pleas court room Thursday morning before Judgo Patrick A. Ber ry of tho probato court and tho jury. After the jury had been sworn a state ment of the case was made by the at torneys for each side and then an ad journment was taken while tho jury was taken to tho sceno to view the land and In- question. Tho members of tho jury wero accompanied by the attor neys for tho plaintiff and tho defend ant 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. — 10 June 1910

NMlfnA04'MnBKMUfM''N3tfMM0Vt0'A!iCKMjMflnVfflftf(J NWtuwnn AT'!" Sjs 1 Ml ' ..... riJUttJlili(T iiwiliniJBm AGE six THE DEMOCBATIO BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 " ' " I I" I'" i I i i i n Sn ( 1 V fc : l! I. 5 J ? Ii' 'il! , T ORDINANCE Introduced In Council On Monday Evening Provides For Hitcliing Rings On Main St. .Ordinance Is Given One Read ing At The Session Two New Library Trustees Are Appointed Question Of Securing A New "Dump" Discussed . Tho city council met In regular ses sion on Monday evening with Presi dent Edward Dover In tho chair. Tho meeting was called, to order and all members except Mr. Dowdfl nnswerod it the roll call. The minutes of tho hist regular meeting wero read by Clerk Mclntlro and approved by tho council as r.?nd. A bill was presented to the council ly llumnno Ofllcor Jacob Lybargor for services as liiiinntio officer. Tho Ml) was referred to the (Inauco com mittee A communication from Mayor Mitch t II was read before Iho council, pro--ntlng the names of K...

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 June 1910

v'wp h "y ywf!gwjt'iNWff,!'vt( ii.m.m FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEI WUHIUMJWgfWyiWMI P JM X V DAMAGE Suit is Filed Against Camp Glass Company Blower Wants Judgment In Sum. Of $10,000 - i Other Items Of Interest From Court House , William Kehror 1ms filed a suit In tho icourt of common pleas of Knox county against tho Camp Glass com pany In which ho asks for Judgment In the sum of $10,000 for alleged Injuries which ho received while employed as n blower for tho said company. Tho plaintiff states that on Juno 1C, 1000, ho was employed by tho defend ant and In tho capacity of blower som6 molten glass was splashed Into lis left eyo and as a result he has lost tho sight of tho eye. Ho claims that the accident was duo to carelessness on the part of tho dofendant and there fore nsks.for a Judgment In tho sura of $10,000. The nttornoys for tho plain tiff In this action are Georgo Coynor nnd W. P. Winer. r Commissioners' Meeting The county 'commissioners were in icgu...

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 June 1910

PAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 I Mi t ! 5 r r ifcf I II h !. I'!,' I: , h- i f j l ! j j MISSIONARY SOCIETIES .J. tf H Gay Street M. E. The Inst meeting for tho ycnr of tlio AV. II. M. S. of tlio M. E. church wns Jielii In tho rhurch parlors Wednesday evening, .Juno 8. Thlrty-clRht mem lier,s wcro present and thirteen visit ors. Ten new. members wcro ndded, Complete reports from all departments Vcro rend and ricceptcd. Almost $400 wns raised this year, An excellent program wns rendered, consisting of Indies' quartet, Misses Cochrnn, Huntsbergcr and Vincent. Men's quartette Messrs. Miner, Tinbbs. Stevens and rawing. Heading Mrs. Mnc Stevens. Piano SoloKathleen Lauderbaugh. neadlng Mrs. Thomas Wier. l'npc'r Mrs. C. HAVInans. Tlio following ofllcers wcro elected: President Mrs. O. A. lleeder. lBt Vice President Mrs. C. II. Win; ans. 2nd Vice President Mrs. Frank Klrby. 3rd Vice President Mrs.PJ. Parker. Itccordlng Secrotary Mrs. S. J. !Dorgah. Assistant Ilecordl...

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. — 14 June 1910

... ,,,.,...i,frt.iii1iii),irlii.iB;l'ilr,l,,, ..i,,,,, i . 'V QtVmit stint? ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910 No. 47 PRICE TWO CENT jwrinr Ttir HPjCttf. 8 v-' ,i p "t . II ASK ELL MOV lakes ice City Orders Sheriff From Hotel-Will Not Attempt To Remove Records From Guthrie As Long As Injunctiongainst Such Procedure Holds, But Business Of Common wealth Will he Transacted In City Selected By People At Recent Election-Plans Counter Injunction Oklahoma City, Oklsi., Juno 13. Immediately upon his nn lvnl hero by special train, Governor Charles N. Haskell took up his headquarters at Oklahoma City and practically estab lished It H3 the permanent capi tal of the commonwealth. The gov ernor would make no statement as to whether he will attempt to remove tho records of his office to Oklahoma Mty In the face of tho Injunction la sued by Ju'dgo Huston In tho district court of Logan county, at Guthrie, but ho hinted that the olllcial busi ness of the state so far as the ex ...

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. — 14 June 1910

ffi'v'-ffl'igi-yi THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE TWO TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1010 ; 'a M m 4 m 4i to i ill 9. V, im m It) P M i a w t n m i I k i W. 3 , a is kL 4 . IF I SETTLEMJHTS For Hearing In Probate Court of Knox County, Ohio, viz: NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has boon Hied for Bottlomont and will bo hoard on Tuesday, Juno 21, 1010, at 9 a. m.: First and Hunt account of Iovlna 13. Purdy, guardian of George Purdy. PATRICK A. BEIUtY, Probate Judge. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following nccount has beon filed for BetUemont and will be heard on Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910, at 9 a. m.: Third and final nccount of Amanda M. McColIum, guardian of Elizabeth Hon ton. PATRICK A. 11ERRY, Probato Judge. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has beon filed lor settlement and will bo hoard on Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910, nt 9 a. m.: First and final account of W. S. Cumtnlngs, administrator W. W. A. of J. W. LIndloy. PATRICK A. BERRY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account ...

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. — 14 June 1910

jWTIPmn'Mi'JI mn jujii 'hii'ijto- . m VI . ll Af X TUESDAY. JUNE 14, 1910 i f SEPARATE I I'oal Has Gone Out Of Fash ion In The East And Each frock Must Have Its Own Coat Cloaks For Evening Wear Are Very Handsome Some Pretty Cuff And Collar SefsShown Hose This Summer Must Match Costume i (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, June 11 It is certainly tos bo regretted from considerations of economy that the separata coat that might bo worn with any cos tume, has gone out of fashion. Each frock intended for outdoor wear calls for its own coat or wrap, and oven the sheer summer muslins, the elab orate afternoon frocks and tho ev ening frocks are accompanied by cor responding coats and accessories if they come from the establishment of a prominent designer. The long, all covering coats of silk, tweed, serge, etc., designed primarily for motor woar but often used for trotting pur poses, are almost tho only offerings In tho genuine separate street coat to be found in the shops. Tailors mako up c...

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. — 14 June 1910

imrmrnwmuimii MHMMHUiwwMWMma ,. ..Mrumjmw,. w..-'ogjHwmyr 1? AGE Foun THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JlllNE 14, T910 i li l . m r II 1 Si & ' II !S ' Kl r ,i Ki . Ri t ,? h V . V . ! I' i. FRANK HARPER, Editor oxiaJL-"V7'oo3xJLy obscrlption Rate $154 per yoal tflOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the lit Vernon, O., post office aa second class mall matter. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE HERRICK'S LOST OPPORTUNITY Aa a matter of history It is well to remember that when Dick wan taken out of the house and Bent to the sen ate to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Senator Hatina, bU yearn ago, Myron T. derrick was goVeuor of Ohio, nnu Wnrron G. Harding was lieu tennnt governor. That was the heyday of Hcrrlck's popularity. Only a few months beforo lie was elected governor by over 100, 000 ns a result of a spirited campaign for "Herrlck, Ilnrdlng, Ilaiiua and Harmony." Herrlck had been governor hut n few weeks when Senator Hanna was; reelectel. Ono mouth later Senator Hanna died, and immediately the ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 June 1910

K,'r'iy',"''Wi-wiiyilfwH-f''''Bl7fT'" """' r WWTwf w1j(HM)i jj"ffvt v TUESDAY JUNE 14, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER k PACE FIVt rriitvtywlM$$T'twiifyitiriV&fa . A tw w V' V V ss SERMON To Till! Graduating Class Of The High School Delivered By Rev.' J. T. Black Sunday Evening Position And Honor In World Hard To Acquire And Very Easily . Lost De clared The Speaker Self-Control One Of The Essentials Of Life On Sunday evening the baccalaure ate sermon was delivered to the grad uating class of 1910 of the Mt. Vernon High school at the Mulberry Street M. P. church, by the paBtor, the Rov. John T. Black. The church was filled to Its utmost capacity at least fifteen minutes ( before the beginning of the servlco which waB at 7:30. Ap soon as the thirty-one gradutes in the class had marched to their seats d'lectly before the pulpit tho services .were begun with a hymn by the choir followed by prayer by Rev. P. E. Brlninstool. Another hymn was sung followed by prayer by Itev. G. A. Reede. an...

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. — 14 June 1910

nfflMi MMMRrMIIN'MBlM WwmtfffBiW ''wyw'', ! .y PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY1, JUNE 14, 1010 1 X" T f i i-- V I -i' '-h(JOP PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. 1 i i f-.i ii i.,iiiihQO o Philadelphia. Ph.. June 12. Pastor Russell of 'i'lje Itiool.lyn Tabernacle preached here twice today to law nml jittcntlvo nudlcncfs. Wo report Ids discourse from the text, "I, the Lord thy God inn u Jealous God, visiting t lie Iniquities of the father upon the chil dren vmto the third mid fourth genera tlon of them thnt hate me; mid show ing mercy unto thousands of them that love mo mid keep my cumiiiaiulmoutB" (Deuteronomy v, !, 10). A report of the dlscourxo follows: No one of experience can question the fact tli.it our text is corroborated by nil our experiences, In life. How ever unjust some nitty claim It to be that the children should Inherit the weaknesses resulting from parental dMIpntlons and violations of the 1)1 tIiio law, the fart remains that how ...

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. — 14 June 1910

THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN TUESDAY JUNE 14, 1010 i M NAL Business Meeting Of The Alumni Association Prior To The Banquet On June 17 SEVER Officers Elected On Thurs day Evening Tlio Mt. Vernon Alumni Association hold Its llnnl business meeting of tho year last evening. Tho officers for the ensuing year wore olected and all arrangements for tho banquet and re union, which occurs Friday ovenlng, June 17. wero completed. It Is ex pected that tho attendance this year will be the hugeat In tho history of tho association tho reports showing that 400 will bo present. Tho banquet committee was Instructed to preparo for that number. The contract for catering wus awarded to Mrs. Charles Smith. Tho committee in charge of tho re palis to the Alumni hall reported that tho work would bo completed by Saturday ovenlng of this weelc, so that tho work of decoration etc., could bo commenced Monday. Miss Cooper, who had In charge the collection of all the class pictures for the "Picture Gallery", ...

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. — 14 June 1910

unfa ASE EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910 'N P ii P s i nTiii ipjtii ii.iift FRANCIS B. HARRISON Congressman Who Had White House Door Slammed In Face MARIETTA COLLEGE JUBILEE IS OPENED President Tall to Be Sneaker Wednesday. ; Marietta, O., Juno 1.1. Miirlotta Is today a nmss of gay colors in honor of tlio greatest event in hor his tory tho diamond juhllcu eolohra tlon of Alnilettu cidlogo und home coming week. Many celebrities, in cluding President Tnft nnd Governor Harmon, will lie hero, and thousands of visitors nr expected. Tim occa sion is the- celebration of tho seventy fifth nnntvorhary of tlio granting of tho cliarter of Marietta, college. Today Is being given fiver mostly to social alfaiis. Tomorrow Is alumni day. Tho llftloth anniversary of Ma rietta chapter of i'lil Ileta Kappa will, ho celebrated, and Professor Fdwlu A. Clrosvenor of Amherst college, na tional president, will delivur two ad dresses. Wednesday Is anniversary day. President Taft will arrl...

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 June 1910

j rrv itc ynrfKi ytinmnii in )Tiwr,p",fT'?mRT7,sfSiWiWfw jew0jpiraj Mxntv ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 No. 48 PRICE TWO CENTS VT' wkft ' 9 r CHANGES FRONT ON BIG FIGHT Governor Gillette Gets Quiet From Washington Jeffries-Johnson Bout Will Be Transferred To Nevada Or Salt Lake City-Encounter Between Longford And Kaufman, Scheduled For Saturday, Also Placed Under Ban-Mrs. Jeffries Wants Husband To Throw Up Sponge And Quit Game San Francisco, Juno 1G. Actln under orders from Governor Gillette, the attorney general of the stute will uso the full force of his office to stop the proposed Jeffries-Johnson prUe , fight, which was to have taken placi here on the Fourth of July. The instructions from the governor were contained In a letter to M. S. Webb, the attorney general. It was followed by a statement from Gilletto in which bo emphatically asserted that the fight could not take place in Califor nia. This was followed by an inter view with Mr; Webb, In which ho ...

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 June 1910

ii5iijiiit76Miiiwtft -V"f ? -w- "SMO vwmv'""''' v " f"f t"tMV " A6e two THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1010 ji iim.fff ctamgimitMai iriitiuagxaBMaMttJiwKMtiinMaMBaMM ! h I. L I! V : 3 1 1 i i i; i! ' M 4. . .j. 4. 41 I ! J 4 ! ! . FKEDEIUOKTOWN. $ ! 4 4 ! 4 4 I I4 "J J J The Baptist Sunday school will ob teervo children's day next week, Sun- Cay, Juno 20th. Special music and othor features Incident to such an oc ' caslon arc being proparcd and a lino program will bo rendered. Judge A. II. Plummer of Wabash, Indiana, and Mr. Jessio Plummer of Cleveland, wore quests of their moth er, Mrs. D. C. Lewis tho past week. Mrs. C. . Day, editor of tho Sovnie, Ohio, Times, camo to Fredericktown on Friday last to visit her son, Mr. F. A. Day and family. On Monday she returned homo taking Master Iloss Day with her lor a visit stopping ovor bight with her son, Mr. 13. A. Day, editor of tho Messenger nt Bellvlllo. Mr. James Dctwollcr vlsllcd in Delawaro tho past week. Mrs. NlcodcmuB of Man...

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 June 1910

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAGE THnI 35 V s PROGRAM For The Hiawatha Assembly Which Opens July 25 And Will .Continue Through August The 24th The Very Best Talent Se cured For This Season And Program Is One Of Best Ever Announced The Complete Program For The Entire Season Tho following Is tho complete pro gram for tho Lake Hiawatha Assem y bly which opens at Hiawatha park on Monday evening, July 25, and con tinues through Thursday evening, August 4: Monday, July 25 8:00 p. m. Lecture! "Pagoda Land." Illustrated Rev. Sumner Vinton. Tuesday, July 26 7:30 a. m. Bible School LectuVo: "Fundamentals of Child Life and Teachings of Jesus" Itev. A. B. Withers. 9:00 to 10:30 a. m. Bible Lecture: "Studies in tho Life and Teachings of Jesus" Prof. I. E. Bosworth, D. D. 10:30 to 11:30 a. m. Lecture: "'Thomas Paine and tho American Revolution" Itev. C. J. Baldwin,' D. D. 1:00 to 2: Op p. m. Mission Study Class Conducted by Rev. C. E. Stan ton. 2:00 p. m. Concert: "The Zlegler-Howe...

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 June 1910

HWWiWjJPi)''iiuNjjji)wij'ii'ifiyfvy'' PAGE FOUR. THE DEMOCRATIC BAlfNEE FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 ft ffi ft H f f 3 ; i 1 ) -a U I i 4 !. ii FRANK HARPER, Editor J8oxnl-177"ool3CJLy ubscrlptlon Bate $Ud30 per yen MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt Vornon, 0., post eiflce oa second clou mall mattor. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE At A Donee Was A Former Mt. Vernon Woman Tho Nownrk American Tribune of Wednesday hns the following account of to robbery of Mm. Lona Dutt, form erly of this city, whllo at a dauco In Nownrk: "Mrs. Lona Dutt. living at 07 East Ch'urch Btreet, was locked out of her own homo all last night, for the reas on thnt sho was robbed of a German sllverpocket book containing her door key, considerable money, all In change, and her beautiful diamond set engage ment ring. "According to tho story told the writer this morning nil" had gono to n club danco nt A. T. U. ball, and had placed her pocketbook under her hat on n shelf In tho ladles' room.. When sho was ready to go homo nt 11:1C ...

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 June 1910

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE PlVR K S NEW YORK t Out A Village When Mrs, Wood Located There Passing Away Of A Very Remarkable Woman New Branch Of Marriage License Bureau Has Been Opened In The Borough Hall A Truck Driver Makes The Mistake Of- Life Now York, June 16 Whon Mrs. Bridget Woods, who died a few days ago at the house of her daughter in this city, came to New York at the age of six years sho found It but a moder ately sized town. The city hall was then In the same placo where it now stands, but it was considered to he lo cated on the oxtremo northern bound of the city, beyond which there was little chance of the houses ever ex tending. The only Catholic church was St. Peter's, which still stands at the corner of Barclay and Church streets. Mrs. Woods was horn in County Tyrone, Ireland, on February 1, 1805 and came to Now York in 1811, a year boforo the second war with Great Brltian. Mrs. Woods, who en Joyed the most remarkablo good health to within a few ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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