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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 July 1910

-StWwaiSSiTMiw lf?,IJW Xp f" iir im,TV,firtwi! PAGE SIX THE 'DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY' JULY B, 1910 aaO laBBinHMMHnnHaBBHHiMBMiBaaHiHaMi w 9mmmmmmmwm&mmmm ' ' f aMBHHMHBHMHHHMHHiHMOTBaHanBHMMBHiUMaMMHMM I J THE MEYER-LINDORF COMPANY'S r BIG JULY SALE - - k !! I IkV 9 9 I' i 9 9 3 m m m : 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 i S 9 9 mi I s a We have again reached our Semi-Annual Stock-Reducing Period when summer goods are reduced in price to effect quick and complete clearance. In looking through the different departments we find some stocks unusually full and complete; some scarcely touched, in others assortments are broken, while some are July Sale Dress Goods & Siiks VOILE, 69c Handsomo fancy voiles in tan, black, navy, groon and brown, 42 to 54 inches wide, 11.00 and $1.25 values GOc WOOL AND SILK BENGOLINE8, 59c 3C-In. silk and wool Jjongolinos in green, navy, brown, rose, wisteria, etc., $1.00 cloths, this salo . . .5Qc LIGHT WOOL GOODS, 69c Ono lot of...

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. — 5 July 1910

Tpmfrf' rr TUESDAY JULY 6, 1910 BUnHnammB THE DEMOCR'AXIC BANNER :AOI REVEN ., v r: A V 4 ,' SUES Fredi Hovillard For Damages In Sum Of $2,000 Does Mrs, Derilia Wolfe For , Alleged Assault Which Occurred In This City Saturday Night i . Several Divorce Cases Heard By The Court In This City On Thursday J Afternoon As nn outcomo of tUo alleged as sault made by Fred Hovillard upon Mrs. Bertha N. Wolfe, wife of Al. Wolfe! last Saturday night on West Front street, and the arrest of Rov illard, which followed a suit .for dam ages was Med In tho Knox county court of common pleas Friday morn ing by Bertha N. Wolfe-agalnst Fred Hovillard In which sho asks for dam ages In tho sum of $2,000. The plain tiff alleges that defendant assaulted and beat her and as a result sho was sick and greatly Injured and huro.ll , ated beforo her neighbors. She there fore considers sho has been damaged to tho extent of $2,000, and asks judg ment in that amount. Neal & Sajp are the attorneys for the plaintiff...

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. — 5 July 1910

aA-CL;lJ-' "tTFTfYiTnlf lIHTJ. -X-flttlp .! ' ijTti i'rr"' "H" -immWMmtewmimtMitmMttt tr1 W( ilyW(fwfcMWni py 1 1, 1 1 v-NatMwHt! , wtmmmMmmmmV'MmmlmimumimmmfmKmmrkjir1 gr -fc .....,... ' ' 7 : r. :. i" -7 """- THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JULV t, 1D10 B IIBI1IWIIII !! mmiTjmmwmmi M t'. u f I Wit It w I. i J I t f fl ft r?: COACHED AT , A COURTING By HARRY VAN AMBERG Copyright, 19:0, by American Press Asvxlatlon. SHORT LOCALS It was an afternoon in August 1 was sitting on tbo t'olands' piazza overlooking tbo ocean. Mrs. Poland n?ns lounging besldo mo In a wlclcer chair. Sliu Is Osgood friend of mine, Mrs. I'olnnd.'although her busbatid nnd 1 wero chums before they wero married. She has never been at all jealous of mo something unusual In such cases. She Invite tno to her cot tage every summer and Is good cnougb to say that she would not consider a party couipletu without me. 1 tell bcr I'm never complete with out a party. Mrs. Poland has a bobby. It Is watchmaking. She tried to ma...

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. — 8 July 1910

rt ii- Stemjtttraiijt ,'. ? io M PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 No. 54 ESTABLISHED 183& SktttttJttr , hi. fe w HAVE FILM MEN PICKED LEMON ? Are Somewhot Up QnflooK Will Fight For Their Rights Christian EndcQVorers Appeal To Governor Harmon To Stop Exhibition Of Moving Pictures Of Jeffries-Johnson Fight And Private Secretary Long Looks Up Law On Subject-Most Of Opposition Comes From South Reno, Nov., July 7. Having paid a fortune for the fighters' share of tho Jeffries-Johnson films, the moving picture men are up in the air and are wondering If they have not plucked a lemon. From various parts of tho country comes news that the mayor and chief of police In some places will not allow tho pictures to be shown. The south is especially op posed to tho films becauso Johnson won, and it is feared that a race riot will result wherever pictures are shown. One of the wealthiest men behind the picture rights, when told that certain mayors had announced that they would...

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. — 8 July 1910

,5. vUf- JKCi. fKZZ OS fi Mkm'T . agsjjmgmiH 'jzl ? mm mtmnmmm inwm mm 1MJ Hum w.i...imw.i.iiI.OwarWHNrMMMH JHPPHE,MMMHH,WHillb,(M'.Wlilli.llilllM.lUtflMMOiKW """v-TrUg PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 rf-.- JryTrr--rT- - ft .yn t f." "T-WfintMij- - WBiJ ... MmHIIIIlll ! IUIMmhii .! II j : V, 1 SEEKS TO ou Topelta, Kan., July C Attorno General Fred S. JnckBon brought suit to oust the Bell .Telephone company from Kansas. The suit Is based ou the recent purchaso by the Uoll com tany of the Independent telephone; plants In Wichita and Hutchinson and upon the alleged Intent to buy other property. , Napoleon's Grit "Was of the unconquerable, ncver-say. die kind, tho kind that you need most When you havo a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Supposo troches, cough syrups, cod liver oil or doctors havo havo nil failed, don't lose lienrt or hope Take Dr. King's Now Discov ery. Satisfaction is guaranteed -when used for any throat or lung trouble. It has saved thousands of hop...

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. — 8 July 1910

FRIDAY JULY 8, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THItKK , y S 1BINANCE Granting Franchise To The Power And Light Co, Again Amended By, Council Monday Night The Rate For Electricity Is Greatly Changed But The Ordinance Was Not Passed By Council i n Laid On The Table Until The Next Meeting The regular meeting of the city council was held on Tuesday evening with all members present. The meet ing was called to order with President Edward Dover In the chair. As the minutes of tho last previous meeting woro not prepared at this time, thoy were not read. An ordinanco to distribute the $500 collected by Mayor Mitchell as fines for violations of the Rose law during his term of office thus far, to tho fol lowing departments was' Introduced 'by Mr. Jones: $180 to the public safety fund, $132 to tho fund for the prosecution of violators of tho local option laws, and $188 to the general fund. Mr. Dowds reported that a commit tee of the council had made an Investi gation as to the condition of tho ...

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. — 8 July 1910

nmmvmmimUmmtmmi mimmmimmmMmim' tAQE FOUR ' Jl It III lir THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 8, (MMi)itiBMt'l.iuxiiiiw4jOMiiimTOiOTWlX -. I'll I Mi Hie ISaniieF. FRANK HARPER, Editor oxoJL-"V7"ool3CJLy ubacription Rate $U50 per yoa- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mt Vernon, O., post ntflco na eocond class mall matter. 6 MONUMENT SQUARE LAST MEMBER OF DALTON GANG Columbus, O., July 7 Chnrlcs Hall, the last surviving member of tbo fam ous Jack Dalton gang of Texas train robbers, Is looking forward to an early release from tbo Ohio penitentiary, whero he has bocn confined bIuco 189G. In that year he was brought hero to serve 30 years for train robbery. Last year the sentence was commuted to 25 years by President Taft and conse- -qucntly Hall will soon be freed by vir tue of his time allownnco for good be havior. Ho has been a nurso In tho prison hospital during tho greater part of his confinement and he says -when ho Is released he will go to "Texas and open a sanitarium. JEWETT FAMI...

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. — 8 July 1910

7. rw wj-W)" FRIDAY JULY 8, 1910 f , THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FtVK rT-"ivnnv f '-" y x " u ''ISAM To Be Given Under Auspices Of Citizens' Association . f... At Hiawatha Park Either August (0 Or 11 ,-!. I ! The Event To Be A Knox County Affair Regular Meeting Of Citizens Association Held In The Council Chamber Wednesday Evening EXCITING Runaway Occurs Late Wed nesday Afternoon In Which A Horse Sustains Broken Neck The regular monthly meeting of the Citizens' Association was held Wed nesday evening In the city council chamber with a large representation of the membership. President L. C. Penn was' In the chair and the min utes of the last session were read by Secretary McCrqckln and were ap proved. MV. M. J. Fish of the now Industries committee made a report relative to a sugar beet factory which sought a location In Mt. Vernon some weeks ago. Mr. Fish stated he had taken the matter up with the Granges of the county to determine If there was suffi cient beet acreage in Knox county, ...

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. — 8 July 1910

Mm4WMmi-u-,mtti;ui7mhi;arzm-ihci; &iv,mvM muum iwwii .twjfeiiwitiuAfctiiiiMJISJaliin BBSHBife , .. I ,Mitm THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 PAGE SIX WMWM m !, t m u;.f 8! at : SHORT LOCALS Eggs 20c; butter 22c. List your farm with V. C, Hockwell nd Brother. Mrs. Itobert M. Oreer wont to Clove land this afternoon to visit Mrs. Neff. Mr. Henry Beam went to Colum ella this afternoon for a short visit. Mr. A .J. Gatnber of Mansfield spent Wednesday In Gambler on business. Miss Grace Phelps of Columbus Is tho guest of Mrs. Guy Porblng, East Vino street. Miss Goodman of Coshocton, O., is tho guest of Miss Emma Waddell. .Korth Mulberry street. Mrs. Joseph Conroy and two chil dren left this afternoon for Cincinnati to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Mulock returned this afternoon from a visit at Al- toona, Pa. Postmaster Sheridan G. Dowds went to Newark Wednesday noon to at tend to some business matters. Mr. J. D. Knapp of Columbus spent Wednesday lu Gambler attending...

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. — 8 July 1910

Trr"" -"tyi-" FRIDAY JULY 8, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOR ftfcVEM ri r wMuvrjLwumm i ,U yV W kA "V TO CUB HILL Roosevelt Announces More Vis itors For Tomorrow. POINDEXTER LEAVES IN GLEE Washington Representative Who Is Outspoken In Opposition to Bnlllrt ger and Who Seeks Scnatorshlp Against Friend of Secretary, Re ceives Assurance of Rough Rlder'o Support Political Seers Still Insist Colonel Will Indorso Taft. Oyster Bay, N. Y., July C Colonel Roosevelt mado tho announcement that some of tho most rabid Insur gent leaders In tho country are com ing to Sagamoro II111 tomorrow. Tho conference gives every Indication of being the most Important gathering that Mr. Roosovelt has participated in since he got hack from the other elde, with tho posslblo exception of the meeting with "President Taft at Beverly lust week, which apparently was not satisfactory to tho colonel, as the lieverly dispatches would havo it. Mr. Roosevelt lefuscd to glvo out tho names of approaching Insurgents. It ha...

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. — 8 July 1910

PuiMi'wimwMWi 7TriqyfoT ?jWWtBIWPB ..,....-,,.,-,--"---- . -'iCTTffFirinrTjiiiiHiMfWWi'lll'l J 'iV. i mi w4fy iwftwii ittwMjH wfrni w ufwwWf) y whe 4tm wtwiiiw ;W , YAr BIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 Uh u I ) i ' !' u.i I.. TEXAS SENATOR Bailey Delivers Address at Ohio CAr Association Meet. Photo by American Fresi Association. BAILEY TALKS TO OHIO BARRISTERS Discusses "Lawyer In Politics" at Cedar Point. Sandusky, 0 July 7. Tlio orntor leal feat n ro of tho thirty-first annual meeting of tho Ohio State Diir iihh ch elation, In session at thu Hotel Breakers, Cedar Point, took place this afternoon, when Senator Joseph V. Bailey of Texas addressed tho barristers on tho subject of "Tho Lawyer In Politics." There arc two cnndldatcs for tho presidency of tho association, Fred crick L. Tnft of Cleveland and Judgo Edmund H. King: of Sandusky. Tho prcsont secretary of tho asso ciation, Edwnrd ft, McCartar of Co lumbufl, recently located in London, England. He Is In this cou...

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. — 12 July 1910

""T ri-ff t mm-1-" - - t , "ir-f fr ?$ , WJl , V MWt t'J n i! PRICE TWO CENTS HI IB MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1910 No. 55 ESTABLISHED 1836 P1 If $ wtwrntmrn MAYOR OF SUSPENDED Governor Goes Over icene of Riot. BRILLS TWO OFFICIALS LInke Also Due For Charges By Citizens. MOB LEADERS NOT RECOGNIZED Sheriff Admits BeingToo Excited to Get Good View of His Un welcome Visitors and Mayor , Too Busy Trying to Disperse Crowd. Executive Finds Jail Well Pro vided With Means of Defense and Cannot Understand Ease With Which Prisoner Was Removed. Columbus, O., July 11. Governor flarmon this morning suspended Mayor Herbert Atherton of Newark for alleged dereliction of duty in connection with the lynching ot Carl Etherlngton, the dry detective whp shot and killed William Howard fol lbwing raids on several of Newark's thirst parlors. Governor Harmon Immediately upon his return from his summer home In Charlevoix, Mich, from where lie came to Investigate the Newark lynching, visited Newark in ...

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. — 12 July 1910

Mijji mM WMSMWMfriliifwiitiKlitWTftW THE D32M6d5ElATld BANNER TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1010 AGE TWO munmanma u m 1 HI ft t h'w t EXHIBIT At County Fairs By Experi ment Station Knox County Not Included In The List Tho Ohio Experiment station has Just Issued Circular 101, In descrip tive of the fair exhibits which aro now being sent out annually to a number of county fairs, Tho Issuanco of this circular commemorates, In a sense, the holding of tho first agricultural fnlr In America, which wns held at Pittsfleld, Mass., just ono hundred years ngo: In tho summer of 1810. The Station made exhibits at coun ty fairs as early ns 1891, and did so occasionally until 1005, when tho gen eral policy of making fair exhibits was ndopted. Sinco that year, when seven fairs wero vlsltedi tho requests for tho exhibit have been so numerous as to mnko It necessary last year to send out duplicate exhibits, which reached twenty fairs. In all, fifty exhibits havo been mado In forty counties. 'For th'ls year exhib...

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. — 12 July 1910

' wnifsw' wyiHi 'i "' wj'v""" " "Wfi)PViyj V K TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1910 FASHION Notes Of Interest From New York City i Summer Goods Now Offered At Rednced Prices Showing Summer Fashion Is f On The Wane Bathing Suits Are Offered In A Variety ! I The Latest In Shades And Fabrics In Gowns (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, July 9 Astronomically speaking summer has Just begun, but in the almanac of fashion It is already on the wane. Convincing ovldence of that fact is to be found in the big shops which offer summer good? and frocks at greatly reduced prices. "Wo men of moderate means may pick up many excellent bargains, provided they are clover enough to avoid all extremes of color and style and pur chase only such materials or frocks as may be worn next season without be ing hopelessly out of fashion. Now is the timo for bathing suits and in all tho big shops such suits are offered In a variety of styles and materials. Tho cut of the modish bathing suit has considerable variety despite it...

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. — 12 July 1910

MiViw m i r?M nrTMl WmammMTmrmmmnimirmmmPm'm',' r" i" ') ' i 'g.'l J j ' -ICi " " " ffiM jfMg-fgr?gsgygMyiMi muni in nmmwmmmmmmmminmmmv'mn'mn MjlilMillMMHI -tJS AGE FOUR ""TT- T "B S" HBPl 'IMSiiiaMBW'MlJafTaMMfMfBM IPjIjVjj-, w UMgMMMBHHHHBH mmimmiamrssmKmmwmmmmmmmirmmmmmmmKmmmm i mmmmmmmmmzmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmeim THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, jUly 12, 1010 Jk ri?; .' hi j , r I! IJ ri i Che 3Smra MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ox3adL-"7Vool3CJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $L0 per yoa' Catered nt the Mt Vernon. O., post vtBce m oocond d&M mall mattor. THE LE880N AT NEWARK With tho calm that follows such a disaster as oddurrod at Newark FrI day night, comes the realization of tho disgrace that has como to that city And its citizens. Back of tho whole terrible affair, and as naturally lead ing up to the action of tho mob, was tho open defiance of the law, and the failure of tho public ofllclats whoso duty' It was to enforce tho law, to do anything In that dire...

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. — 12 July 1910

ffy1' ' 'Wvrvr I IUE8DAY, JULY 12, 1910 THE D2M00BATI0 BANtfER pass ivn ( i sv ' ' fc ft V Sk SUICIDE' Attempted By Copt. Fred M. French Of This City Id A Mansfield Apartment House -This Morning Slashed His Throat Many TimesIWith A Razor But Bid Not Sever The Jugular Vein Had Been Drinking Heavily For Several Bays !! Which Had Produced Great Despondency mm Latestpeport Indicates He "Will Recover Mansfield, O., July 11 As a result of despondency fop over a week, Capt. Fred M., French, publisher of the French directory, and one of Mt. Ver non's well-known and popular young citizens, attempted suicide at the Fair view apartments, this city, early this morning by cutting his throat from ear to ear with a razor. The man was hurried to the Emergency hospital where the physicians announce that' he has a chance for recovery as the Jugular vein was not penetrated by tho blade of the razor. Capt. French had been In Mansfield for a week past, but had not been en gaged In any kind of employment...

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. — 12 July 1910

IW.' i in 1 SVMWr t? 'iiMfjisarijassa PAQE SIX THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JULY 12, 1910 - ,-- . ? innwir .. j - ' i. :?- . -.. -j -... '" '" i . ., . i''''"mmMiiJx:zzJr-,:-i?!'iiMmitimi'mtiaiim.iiM .r.ti t,.ii iiiiiii.n.t. il.li ignagi rTTm'iTrrT rrTT"y Tf ' r rfT-iii)iTili 1 1 I I1 T ' ' ' ,,.,..,.,,,. reagvityc. -.mi in immiigiin,, saiaGsimmemGmmmmnmlmim.jii.mm -j - ........t lii..ii.iihji.i-,.... ,. ... tn. .,. I p I !. i? ! : k h ' 56ti PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. 4-00 Sunday. July 10. Pastor Russell of Brooklyn Tabernacle, New ork, preached today from tho above toxt. Ho said In part: In order to uso a telescope to ad vantage we need first to obtain a proper focus on tlio object to bo ex amined. And so It Is with tlio DIvIno Flan and Purpose. Looking at It with tbo cyo of fulth through the Telcscopo of God's Word, adjustment of tlio fo cus Is necessary. This focusing of tbo Word, Christum people In tho past bnvo very generally overlooke...

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. — 12 July 1910

wf wttywmkvijiqw wMyf&FT1 r " ' v r"rr,w rT vM' r;"frr" T"- -ujTfy r"i rpTt t w ffT1 "f?-(K T "H-t VC iWWSri'' If' " Tf Wf f r""f -n.'iot lUESDAY, JULY 12, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN ,r'ywrwj',,'riq'p j . i.iHJnmiitmii m iih.immihui.ijhhMju n n m mill in wjmjmib iMiqimMijauiijii ,u iiuiin mbimiiim s : . k 'K ." w CHARGES Wilful Absence For More Than Three Year Etta Gibbs Sues Geo, II, Gibbs For Divorce Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice A suit for divorce has been filed In the court of common pleas of Knox county by Etta Gibbs vs. Georgo II. Gibbs, The plaintiff states they wore married In April, 1895, in Ashley, Del aware county, and that ono child was born to them, now deceased. The plaintiff charges the defendant with wilful absenco for a period of more than threo years, during which time she has been compelled to make her own living. She asks for a dlvorco and that she may bo restored to her inaldon nnino, Etta Hought. The ab torney for tho plaintiff I...

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. — 12 July 1910

'SSihmmmamga MNnmwaiMM I VAGE EIGHT !THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE6DAV, JULY 1, 1910 . t s Hi lr l l K Wk w Hi ri $ U l it P) .. ii i, m fx h t li fe. ws Where Circumstantial Evidencj Played Justice False. HANGED AN INNOCENT MAN. Every Incldont In the Remarkable Sequence of Eventa Seemed to Point Conclusively to the Guilt of Harry Blake, Who Was Accused of Murder. It begtin In tho Dluo Horso tavern, fcn tho highway leading to Albany. Toward tho closo of an autumn day b half dozen men sat In the old bar room discussing events which then Wero leading lo tho outbreak of tho 'American Revolution. At such a time arguments were very likely to bo rath r more vigorous than ordinarily would be tho caso. And this was no excep tion. Fearing that troublo might re sult, one of tho men exclaimed: "Come, Wick 11 fTo, stop this. Such a dlsputo Is nonsense." Wlckllffo was an ugly looking fellow, short and stout, with a dark, sallow face, black eyes, low, wrinkled fore head and lips that bared tils teeth...

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. — 15 July 1910

?rffTf vytfiiTyywtt"T'ry,'iy7vV' 'ifP' "' T 'Hfwr- -T;fT Fl P-i' ".-jT.-TTrjiw-r vt -y, - ytat -jpr -"Wtjitijefvw yw '0 St, S PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910 No. 56 ESTABLISHED 1836 - TwrVTT' wyywynTy 'vW'?nr' J Ijew0jartiit TOtttuer Pfl LICE KEEP ThppQ lUnpo nti?PnQ Of MI1UI 11IUIU UlUMlUU 111 J Held To Jury Detective In Mob At Jail-Recognized Many Faces And Wholesale Arrests Are Predicted Denman Will Prosecute Every One Who In Any Way Took Part In Lynching New Sheriff Fears Attempt To Liberate Prisoners Coroner's InquestlPostponed Newark, O., July 14. Throe more men wore arrested and arraigned on tho chargo of murder In connection with the lynching of Carl Ethering ton, tho Anti-Saloon league detective. Tho police refuse to divulge their names, which leads to the conclusion that they believe they have ringlead ers of the mob. Tho men waived examination and were bound over to the special grand Jury. Attorney General Denman said that anyone who byword or action...

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