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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 17 June 1910

. it ii .id i ii i AAifomhh -mm t I r 1 1 ZZZZSSZXKim ,,ti in-,-- iruityifniir ZLZHZJJT il PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 ' t w r ' YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE Pnln alonprtlio bock, dizziness, liendnche nnd general languor, Oct n nnckngo of Mothor Qrny's AUSTRALIAN-lAlAF. the pleasant root and herb euro for nil Kldnoy, Bladder and Urinary troubles When you feol nil run down, tired, wenk, and without energy uso tlili remnrknble corfiblnntion of nature's herbs and roots As a regulator it has no equM. Mother Gray's Australlnn-Leaf la sold by Drufj cists or sent by mall for 50 cents. Sam plo sent FJII21& Address, the Motlior bray Co., Le Iloy, N. V. B s WHEN you lake photographs, in crease the cer tainty of getting best results by having your camera loaded with ftNSCO" F1L1K1' Then print or let us" print your negatives with Cyko Paper and you will have clearer, softer, deeper, moreJLartisuc photographs. Splendid "assortment of cameras, pure chemi cals, all photo...

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 June 1910

rmw"T"ww FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER PAGE 8EVEM litiOMijjim1MUuuujjjwa,ILjiimijan,lluliHjjJHJui)t. 1HU,,1,UIMI IW MFJUWlWimtHKH. i. WORLD Missionary Conference Meets In Edinburg AH Denominations Represent ed At Meeting Edinburgh, Juno 14 Tho third World's Missionary Conference, In which tho various Protestant denomi nations or all nations and countries nro represented by delegates, opened hero today with several thousand del egates and unofficial visitors In at tendance. The United States and Canada with their fifty-eight mission ary societies and boards are nlono represented by about one thousand olllclnl nnil unofficial delegates. Great Brltlan has about rtn equal number while tho other European and other countries have a smaller representa tion in proportion to tho extent of their missionary -work. Tho first of these World's Mission ary Conferences was held in London In 1888. Tho second was held in Now York in 1900. Slnco then mission work in all Its branches has ...

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 June 1910

B:i -f i . i ft wMf.- apiHfHfli"frtPBT A OtH&Mt J VAQE EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 NAVIGATES AIR IN STIFF GAL Brookins Electrifies Big Crowd at Indianapolis. 1!IS ENGINE STOPS IN MIDAIR Huoe Machine Plunges Earthward and Spectators Hold Their Breath, but Plucky Aviator Demonstrates Complete Mastery of Mechanism and Rights Aerial Craft When Mo tor Takes Up Lost Action Other Aviators Balk When Clouds Appear. Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 1C. Avia tor Brookins at tho Indianapolis mo tor speedway made a flight, 100 feet from tho ground, In tho faco of a etlfl breezo that deterred tho pther aerial navigators from braving the elements. Every movement of tno ma chine sent a thrill through tho 15,000 spectators, nnd thero was a cry of horror at one tlmo when for a mo ment the aviator appeared to havo lost control of his machlno In tho heavy wind, hut It was quickly right ed and moved In the rapidly Increas ing gala with the case of a bird. Everyone seemed to know that t...

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. — 21 June 1910

",lrwWWWV9m WW f r rf tprrfwy r l TTOT' T'f MWJRjirP" T W T ' "p- isrf v 1 (., , ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 No. 49 PRICE TWO CENTS -VKi-wjiJO f'UH'tqpVHpp '!"riK','9yyHll VVWflT VWTyjJ1 jmgmm Jmntitt. it i ? i DEWS HE IS PRIVATE CITIZEN 1 gy , Colonel Roosevelt For Publication Says He Hill Be In New York Juice Each Week And Will Then Meet Those Who Expect Him To Say Some thing, But At All Other Times Will Insist That His Bight To A Life Free From Newspaper Intrusion Be Respected Oyster Bay, N. Y., Juno 20. That Colonel Theodoro Roosevelt intends to live the life of a private citizen, for a time at least, was gleaned by newspaper correspondents who called at Sagamore Hill to interview the returned traveler on numerous 'topics. What ho does, what ho thinks, how he amuses him self, whom ho receives, these and several Items about what the public has been accustomed to have a fair working knowledge aro to become known only at" the biweekly chats which he will...

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. — 21 June 1910

n-,. V i m. . , , .ct-Uii i iiTiii i'.. i , u i,. , rul i n.),. i i. ii i 1 1 , i.i IiHi ...mi -ii I, .!. ,.,...i yow.frB 1AQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1010 w; awgmmmKMaMWMtwwtntnKrw9twnKtinpnwfftnffum9nfmm'www'mm''rnwffatr " I ROOSEVELT ROUSING Upon His Landing In New York Saturday Morning People Packed The Water Front And Cheered Themselves Hoarse Big Flotilla In Line In His Honor-Met By Mayor Gaynor And Distinguished Party A Recep tion That Transcended All Of His Visits To The Capitals Of Europe Combined New York Juno 18. A rccoptlon that transcended all of Ills visits to the capitals of Europo combined In point of numbers, enthusiasm and epontanlety greeted Colonel Theo dore Roosevelt hero this morning on his return to his natlvo land. Tho iliost frankly pleased person was tho returned traveler himself, and not only by words of thanks, but With tho famous lloosovelt smllo and Vigorously cuthuslastio acknowledg ments of grcotlngs, did ho show his appreciation o...

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. — 21 June 1910

i&pmnFv&f l TUE8DAY, JUNE 21, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BA1W1R PAQE FIV GATHERING Of Tiie Members Of The Old Classes And The new At The Twenty-Seventh Re union And Banquet Of The High School Alumni Association Was An Event Of Much En joyment To All The Attendance Large And Program Excellent Tho twenty-seventh annual reunion and banquet of tho Mt. Vernon High School Alumni Association will go down In history as tho most success ful and most enjoyablo event over given by tho association. This was due to' tho fact that many now fea tures were added to the program this year and then thero was that feeling of friendship and sociability among all members present which adds so much In making any event of this na ture a success. Then thero was an other reason why this reunion was so much enjoyed In that a greater portion of tho exercises wero held in the old High school room where so many members of tho association spent their High school days and tho old walls themselves brought back man...

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. — 21 June 1910

MMMMHNNttMHMiSMMMNimi fF" "ipWWIflW "t',T7',w;-v? wr 'i"" AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 .IIMI 111 till SHORT LOCALS RICE HHHHMHHHMMHHHHI 14 . ir I; r i i r bv. r i ( PRANK HARPER, Editor JBoaxtl-'W'oolJELl.y Subscription- Rote 1 150 par yea- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post efflco as second claBi mall matter. 5 MONUMENT SQUARE HERRICK'S "SACRED TRUST" Herrlck wouldn't talco tho senator ship six years ago when Forakor and Republican niomljors of tho legisla ture offered It to him, so It was given to Dick. Herrlck claimed then that lie had a "sacred trust" which bound hlra to servo his time In tho govern or's office Dut tho people took that "sacred trust" away from Herrlck within twp jears, and now Herrlck is trying to tako tho toga away from Dick . How easy It would bo to settle tho whole squabble by electing a legisla ture with a Democratic majority In both branches, and there are Just thousands of disgusted Republican voters In Ohio who ...

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. — 21 June 1910

" SwHW,ip",l,i(vt"w TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PA9E fVK K V L Jo Tlic Various Odd Fellow Lodges Of The City Delivered By Rev. J, T. Black Sunday Mnriiino At Mulberry Street Methodist Protestant Church An Eloquent Discourse Given By The Pastor Relative To Secret Societies And The Church nA A largo number of tho members of tho various Odd Fellow lodges as ' semblcd In a union memorial service at tho Methodist Protestant chcurch Sunday morning "where they listened to a momorlal address by tho Rov. John T. Black. After the opening exercises tho pas--. tor read a scrlptuio 'lesson from parts of tho 20th chapter of 1st Samuel and tho 10th chapter of St. Luke, des cribing tho covenant between Jona than and David and the story of tho Good Samaritan. After the opening prayer, Rev. Mr. Black took for his text 1 Cor. 3-11 and Gen. 2-23, Matthew 8 chapter, 1 verse. Ho said in part: All societies, whether spiritual or social, must have certain principles upon which they build 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. — 21 June 1910

two jyMTjMfy yyw ta. AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER MaiiHi- Ti. i - ..- ih,, 1. i.ftj.i. mm i.ii n "irr-- I U--" "-V - - -. i" 4iii(il . PWWff.i mi I ) i i, , i ! i, fw ... -- -r -r in l"tyit.Wi,,, , ... O...I. W-pjll.IWilWlyl.i.w,K, i M- il . ti Jttl II i T i niyiM Vf ' " - - --- - H TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 JM y '& r (n w f I iff IJ 1 --Ooo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Ooo "Louisville, Ky.. Juno 10. Pastor Stussell of tlio Brooklyn Tabernacle, iNow York, today addressed (tho Iiitcr natlonal Siblo Students' Association here, using tho above text Ho nlso gavo a public address under tlio aus plces of the association. He had crowd ed bouses mid earnest attention. On the above text lie mild in part: I address you, dear friends, as Chris tians, students of God's Word, and not ss scctnrluns. Although the world is full of denominations, each claiming to be the Church of Christ, wo all ndmtt that there Is hut the one "Church of the firstborns whose nam...

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. — 21 June 1910

TUESDAY JUNE 21, 1910 THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER PAOE SEVEN V f x SEWARD Refuses A Divorce To A Mans field Couple In Languooe Which Cannot , Be Reproduced Decision Full Of Sizzling Hot Stuff A Nuncupative Will Is Filed In Prohate Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice ii Mansfield News) "When Judge Charles W. Seward of Newark was here some time ago hold ing court ho tried among other mat ters tho dlvorco case styled Matilda Lewis vs. J. Charles Lewis in common pleas court. On Wednesday Judge Seward sent hero to tho county clerk his written opinion in tho Lewis case in which ho refuses the plaintiff both dlvorco and alimony. Tho opinion is a lengthy affair covering six typewritten pages. Somo of the opinion is pretty hot stuff and could not be published as Judge So ward is one of tho common pleas judges who calls a spade a spade and speaks what he thinks. Tho following is an abstract from the opinion of Judge Seward: "This is a suit brought by tho plain tiff to recover from tho de...

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. — 21 June 1910

BMBiMKHMWMMMWWMMSWsfEsW BBSM1! ' -' '-'' " -' ' ' ' ' -' " ' ' ' "-' "" - wiw mi t mm iYi i nr i ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 lnii iin h nr ' I u i, v n 1 1 i , I, n i ,i , '.atuiJJ J UlN itwm WHIM Mi " VI ' i MM ' I ?ff V 1 , '" ', T5 TrfJ" llUMWWIWIWWtllWIMWWIII K !... , .. , .-.-----..-,, T-rl y.. p.-.-- -nl nun ...-- ,, yVs tWS WSsssWtstsJsAft ..twl -'liiiff lsU i.bwvwm'iw 4WP'''WPwWWWVM ttWJrtl1WFpWW'(FWwflnMp HBH('WMfW)l'fr pwts Mpts AQE EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 s f( 2 I t f ? t, If LI l I TELLS IA0RIZ ALL ABOUT Knox Replies to Nlcaraguan's Note of Protest, eCPLAINS COUNTRY'S ATTITUDE Declares That United States Has No Objection to Blockade of Ports 8o Long as American Commerce Is Not Molested Refuoed to Permit Army of Zelaya's Successor 'to Bombard BJueflelds In Interest of American Citizens and Property. Washington, Juno 20. Tho state department has forwarded to Joso Do Ollvarcs, American consul at Managua, a reply to tho tele gram sent by Senor Madrlz, presi den...

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 June 1910

.l BHte mt . ' MMk i&tmBtxwixt. . 4Pfttmjet; fi N -4- u ESTABLISHED 1836 PICK PGMERENE AS UNDERSTUDY Canton Man w Rnnmng Mate State Treasurer Creper Renominated In Spite Of Opposf- tion To Candidacy-Convention Sits Down Hard On v Jqhnson-Bryan Proposition To Indorse Candidate - For Jnited States Senator-Two Bal'ots Most Taken To Decide Any Contest For Governor, ' NJUDSbN, HARMON , Of Hamilton County. For Lieutenant Governor, "ATLEE POMERENEi Of Stark County. For Judges of Supreme Court, MAURICE DONAHUE Of Perry County. JAMES J0HN80N - Of Clark County. For Attorney General, TIMOTHY S. HOQAN ' Of Jnckaon County, For Secretary of State, CHARLES F. GRAVES -Of Ottawa County. ForStato Treasurer, D. S. CREAMER Of Belmont County. For Clerk of Supremo Court, '"FRANK" M'KEAN '" " Of' Cuyali6ga County, , For Dairy nnil Food Commissioner, ST. Ei .STRODE Of Cr.iwfdrd Comity. For State School Commlralollef, FRANK W. MILLER Of Mon'Romery County. i For Member Board of Tubllo Works, J. A. STATES...

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. — 24 June 1910

ii ii I Miap WMW ni ftuiwmiiwrjrrtr ESmw THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY JUNE 24, 1910 PAGE TWO ii fft' DEMOCRATS Pomerene Outlines Campaign issues at Opening of v . tiie Convention. Dayton, O., Juno 22. Hon. Atlco JPomcreno of Canton, temporary chairman of the Domdcratic state convention, at tho opening session in Memorial halt, outlined his party's attitudes toward tho political Issues of tho day. Tho nddress, which was no of some length, was well receiv ed by the multltudo of pcoplo who tioard It. Mr. Pomcrcno discussed tho alleged delinquencies of recent Republican state administrations and referred with pride to tho record xnado by Governor Harmon. Tho hall was packed to tho doors when E. W. Hanloy, chairman of tho Etnto central committee, rapped tho convention to order. Ildv. John A. "Winkler Invoked tho dlvino blessing. Chairman Hanloy then Introduced At lco Pomerene, tho Canton statesman, as tomporary chairman of tho con vention, who at onco prococded to de liver tho kcynoto. M...

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. — 24 June 1910

t -lf;"'TT'. " FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1-flO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREt tftU heit,w"i ntf"?i- evTwapv r - nntf- -r rA- f J liv I I ' if I HARMON NOMINATED; AND GIVEN A BOOST Convention At Dayton Gets lo Work Quickly This Morning Democrats Eulogize Governor. PROMOTION PREDICTED Resolutions Do Not Recognize Senatorial Indorsement. TARIFF REVISION IS FAVORED Separate Resolution Urges Con stitutional Convention-Hanley Again Heads State Central Committee. Dayton, O., June 22. Meeting at 9:30 this morning, the Democratic stato convention quickly settled down to business. The first thing on the program was to make the tempo rary organization permanent -then the reading and adopting of coinmlt too reports wps in order. Then came the renomlnatlon of Governor Harmon, which was made by acclamation amidst 'scenes of tho greatest' enthusiasm. Tho governor made a" brief speech of acceptance, In which he discussed stato issues, making only a few" minor excursions into tho .realms of national politi...

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. — 24 June 1910

ZZ'- -j? M-w--. -- -w-U- .- .mv-.rzrJ-r wwfmnmmm.u,m.'mmmm. 1A FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEfi FRIDAY JUNE 64, 1910 t i. FRANK HARPER, Editor RINGWALT'S oxxxl-'rooJsLL-y RINGWALT'S ! I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY j Clearing Sale of I Men's Socks' ' M Stip values for ....... . ZDC j j 25c values for . 1 C : See the North Window 'i f v. m i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Ladies' Waists $1.25 and $1.50 Values 98c "BubBcriptton Rate 1W0 per ytrn MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the ML Vornon, 0 post office as second clou mall matter. F , u i h 5 MONUMENT SQUARE LECTURE Hf "Tree Culture" To Be Oiven In School Auditorium Tho citizens of Mt. Vernon and Knox county wlllliavo an opportunity of hearing a fine lecture In tho High school auditorium next Tuesday even ing, Juno 28, when Mr. John Davcy of Kent, O., will talk on "Tree Culture1 and tho Cnro of Trees." Tho lecture will ho given under the auspices of the Cltlzons' Association of Mt. Vernon and will bo free. Mr Davoy has made a careful study of tree culture for...

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. — 24 June 1910

"wrw-WV P ( -wftT W"r "rwMTIflV I FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 110 THE 'DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQK FVYH i wHM'iwm vDenHfHgoffiwwg w Y FIENDISH Crime Is Alleged To Have Occurred At Utica Attempted Criminal Assault Made On Girl Who Is Said To Be But Eight Years Of Age Calvin Belt Arrested And In Jail In Newark Girl Said To Be In A Serious Condition ' CLINTON Township Schools Hold Patterson Commencement Tho annual Patterson (fornmencoi ment exorcises ot tlio Clinton town ship schools occurred Wednesday ovcnlng In tho High school auditor ium. Ther was a largo crowd in at tendance and tho program was car ried out hy tho young graduates In a most credltablo manner. Tho class address was given by tho Rev. D. A. Morris, assistant pastor of tho Gay street M. E. church. Tho diplomas wero presented by Mr. L. B. Itnwlln son, clerk of tho Clinton township board of education. COURT HOUSE NOTES (Newark Advocato) Not for years has tho usually quiet villago of Utica been so worked up as It was Tuesday night, when t...

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. — 24 June 1910

SiJfcrdfo . rv ..--. Miwyjifi i i :mmn-ratiatamtitrinnrr'r I I ZIZL.,.li .jjjuiJiiyitCTfiiiiltiririTifiTiififrrnT1 1 i-j ' . H i " i 1 I r" ' T T- r - - UUIlii HI il luiV.i.. i,l .i i n Ji --! - " lht - "' 1' ' "'mM W r..,, ,. , i rfm., fa I t.M.i . , , I j . tfrtwlOiniHiM llf ini,iyijiiiiiillwtifllMirlWMgifllMWlt'l''llMK'lw1"'-''-T---- i"-"-r-"1 ""Vyw-f S MffKnWMM MHWHM(M1 t -i-i . .. r , ihi..iii'..) iimiiii iii !! y"i ijrwt( -n ac PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY JUNE 24, 1910 I hi I' I K WEBSTERIAN Locks 01 Tiie Hon. William HI. Iiooiis Of This City Seen In The Lickinn Co. Court House On Monday f hen He Represented Plain tiff In A Case M Affidavit In Lunacy In Probate Court Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice (Newark American Tribune) Judge Seward of tho common pleas bench is out of the city for thd day. Judge 13. M. Wlckham of Delawaro Avaa hero for tho day. Tho caso of Zoa Slurdcvant vorsus Silas W. Sturdovant, executor of Les ter W. Sturdovant, deceased, was c...

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. — 24 June 1910

Trf'r'Wrrt . K&n JwyjjTJji '-W'n'''.?r''!T''1" T Tf f t',r rTy j rr rr wn"T7t rwr " - MTf''r77' FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1-910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANTTEE lUlMHUlWUMULtLlJimuiKJBmi, aim. PAGE SEVEN I" !' 1 ! I ! I I I l 'I I I ! OIONTEIUIUUG J. j j j j j j .j. j 2 j. j ,j j W. U Ualtenflehl left Thursday for Now Jorfjoy on a plwisuro Book Ing trJi. Dr. and Mrs. II. J. Soymour nro visiting tho looter's parents, Dr. and Mrs, V. H. Mcrrlman. Mr. William Kccslilg of Frederick towu was tho guest of 0. lih Dcnman, Thursday. Dryant Korr attended (ho S. S. convention at Cleveland last weok. Gcorgo and Will Pearl of Sparta visited relatives horo Sunday. An amusing game of ball was pulled off on tho local park Saturday between tho Fats and Leans, tho lat- tor winning by a score of 1!) to 14. Tho local baseball team was de feated at Danville by their team Sat urday by a Bcoro of 9 to 2. D. C. naitioy spent tho lattor part of last week In Cincinnati. Mrs. K II. Klnsoy and daughter of Mansflchl, aro gues...

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. — 24 June 1910

1S0FtJ!XTJ!,TTm'TyT,rV! T'JT'.TT'Sff1 pjfyy? aELwejJ'AWV1.'". f " ''yxipftw WQtfi mwMn'mm,l'm . ..., .. , . . , i. i- .1 r i ii n- r ' m in-r T i' ii Tt if- I I r ' T- VA4 ak -, ''"flffe. " tvWtJWon imam iuiuUiMiiHflttWj ml NlWilNt&,-l rriinrfTiTnTTiifn,rriitnritTrtiiiiiniiiTrJiTTiriTrwfrinTTitmi'iiiii ffr iin i rirrm riTnrnralfrrni i i'-inn i iririw-iniiw, ij .'-., . ? t54, ,x ssrtr SI." ir'mni'iiiiinirii iTmwui n n smmKstsrtrrsKm: iWSSW5MKSS3WS . nLiy.iai 9MJMimi-PiiMnfafUM i iinpnii un II mmmU, A fAQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY JUNE 24, 1910 i ,-f- hr SENATE PAS BANK MEASURE Action Brings Joy to Heart oi President. DECLARES NEWS IS "BULL?" tipper House Alto Agrees to Cam palgn Publicity and Reclamation Bills Taft Has Secured as Much From Congress as Roosevelt Old at Any Single Session Expects to Have More to Credit by Time of Saturday's Adjournment. Washington, Juno 23. Tho smooth 'Balling encountored by his adminis tration measures In tho .ecnato dur ing tho past few...

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. — 28 June 1910

vfjTft i 1 t r 1m0 b jctoot untttv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1910 No. 51 ESTABLISHED 1836 M &. '? ' RENO REVELS IN ITS WICKEDNESS Sports From All Over Drop In For Prize Fight Nevada Town Revives Memories Of "Comstock" Days Of Forty Years Ago Legislature Will Follow Other States By Eliminating Ring Contests Of Unlimited Rounds-Law Operative Sept, 1 Will Put End To Reign Of Goddess Of Chance Reno, Nov., June 27. Reno has started on a spree that vividly re calls the "Comstock" days of 40 years ago, and Is In no wise ashamed of Its dovlllshness. The revel, al ready under a full head of steam, will continue unlntoruptod until the day after the Jeffries-Johnson prize fight. It will get bigger and big ger as the trains from the west and east dump more and more people out on tho station platform. Wickedness, as the pulpit construes tho word, Is going to blow up and bust right herej In Reno. One last chance, one grand time. Here Is the why and wherefore of It, and...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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