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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 July 1910

ni)ri,iiVii.arjuaaBai MM mnmmmvwmj'mm MIMIIll BIjW IIHWlll III iiiiiiiininHuwnnnwf(iirwt VVUWEVVAOTNVRBfBnWMttnMClMTffVUiKMtVMfiMftlrM muimummMmmmHMtmiutiuti MIIWUIll'litllHUKMty rti$ f-A&E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY IB, 1010 -fKBffift" "", K-9 L r it- m m i', ? i i ! ! J J 'i I "I I" "J" J" .J. ANKEM'TOWN. 4. J J l ! ! I ! ! "i ! x j C. S. Swnnk transacted business at Mansfield Saturday. H. W. Dennis nnd wlfo of Nowark Visited friends In this vicinity Sun day. S. M. Drubakor and wlfo visited with S. H. Workman and wlfo Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ann Hoover of Missouri lias been visiting with Mrs. Izenbls. D. Keller and family wcro guests Of Geo. Leonard and family Sunday. R. O. Klrkpatrlck and wlfo and Zack Burgor and wlfo wcro guests of J. R. Bcal and family Sunday. S. J. Workman and wlfo spent Sun day with Geo. Cocanower and family. Harvey Syler and wlfo visited .Wends at Sugar Crcc. last week. Several from horo took In tho ex cursion to Sandusky Sunday. O. H. Bcchtel visi...

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. — 15 July 1910

i rwrmir.T fmiwf ' W r,ffWfil-MiaH ji' - PlJji VBf y nr -r - tt qg-v'yTfymiTi fT"1'1''? Wff -V Wry? t I ! FRIDAY, JULY 15 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNE& PAGE THRftK DEATH OF AN INFANT Tho young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Berry died at tholr homo, 233 Central avenuo Monday evening. Short services were held Tuesday morning and tho remains Bhlppcd on tho 8:10 B. & O. train Tuesday morning to Mt. Vernon for burial. Newark Advo cate. Cuts A Queer Prank At A Shelby Home Lynching Of A Former Ait. Vernon Man Today Was The Condition Of Capt. F. M, French "Good-Bye" fln A Towel With His Own Blood BO Not Burden Senator Brown Of Nebraska Is Condition 8f Young Noali Westbrook " fly-" URGED LIGHTNING WORSE WROTE FINANCE CRTCAL S V v Wanted To Repeat Work Of Newark Mob ' Thomas' Kline Gets Serious Trouble Into NolsonvlHo, O., July 13 Cries of "Get a ropo. Lot us do what thoy did at Nowark," nearly resulted In anoth er lynching hero last night. Thomas Kline, a momber of tho po lice departme...

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. — 15 July 1910

wr-SissrsiiF PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1910 Vhg Bairn? MOUNT VERNON, OHIO SHALCTHE country" TOWN CEASE TO EXIST? a JULY SALE m FRANK HARPER, Editor Soml- -w oolxLTy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Oubacrlption Rate flwPO per yoa Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0., post ftttlco as socond clou mall matter. ANYTHING TO WIN Never loso sight of the fact that -with politicians HUo Cos and Burton It Ib "anything to win". They know how to set up a straw man to he knocked down In convention, and win when they appear to lose. It Is an old trick, but It should fool only those who aro "dead easy." , ONLY ONE IN THAT CLASS Thoro Is one plank In the stale Dem ocratic platform that means more to the people of Ohio than anything the Republican bosses will be able to put In the political hodgo-.podgo that will bo Issued by their convention and call--ed a platform. Read It ngaln: "'Instead of protect ing and defending grafters, as was tho way of Republican ofllcors, the present governor Is having ...

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. — 15 July 1910

wptQrWffW'nn1FWF " rjrw--" r miDAY, JULY1B 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV $flm,'gWA'jUS DEATH BITTEN PLAYGROUNDS SHOOTING RESIGNATION f ! J J J. . J , ,J $; 4- MISSIOXAItV SOCIETIES 44a4a4,4a4,44444I,,4a4 M. P. 80CIETY GIFF0RD PINCHQT V Comes To Capt. Fred Marion French At Mansfield The Result Of Exhaustion From Loss Of Blood From The Terrible Wound Which He Inflicted In His Neck In An Effort To Suicide A Brief Sketch Of The Life Of The Deceased On The Hand By A Dog Was Alien Moffit Allen Moult, who Is omploycd nt tho L. 0. P'onn music storo on South Main street, was soverely bitten by a dog while at work at tho storo on Thurs day morning. lie was busy and was paying no attention to tho animal when for somo reason, it slczcd his right hand and Inflicted a number of sovcTt lacerations with Its teoth be fore It was finally dragged away. The action of tho animal was wholly un prepared for by Mr. Mofllt and na a re sult, ho had no chanco to defend him self until too lato. Ho wont 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. — 15 July 1910

-Trr mtiwi fit, - WlUlHWMWWWWllH'l'im'MlWlWlpUlIIWWOIKTIWnnil.illl HI lUt.ift.. li ()MIMU i....i.wmi.iiii..mwrt.MWMiiii.wiiii.iiiiiiiiii tfHimiiliiwii1ifiilliMWiiilMfn(llrJf(ffftrlfi aihi'iiitfitTirmrvrrfilTywwv JJllWllalJWtWlw'''"H'JryTyMJlJl witvn''iTii'ii!iiK tiiyawp'i"w'wyiHWW,'i"'8ygpgggtj'-'1T AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910 II 1 i HARMON WILL RESTORE ORDE "Governor Determined to Make Newark Behave Itself. TELLS REFUGEES TO RETURN 1-1 ears of Lawless Conditions Prevail ing In Licking County Capital Trom President of Law and Order 'League and Promises to Send Every Militiaman In Ohio to Pro tect Those Who Have Fled In Fear of Their Lives. Columbus, O., July 12. "dot to aether all tho good ltlzens who havo been run out of Newark, bo hack and march down tho principal stroet, and Til have every soldier In Ohio back ing you If you need any protection." Thoso were tho words used by Gov ernor Harmon after hearing 'torn J. H. Miller, pre-ddont of tho Nowarfc Law an...

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. — 15 July 1910

""'9?'"HWlJJHliyWMllJlTOillltH' mm jipii'iiwi'frw""" i mfiipw'y'KWtyJ pprt., iT&fP" mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmma V u FRIDAY, JULY IB 1910 T" 01 Copt. Fred M, Frencli Seems Certain Patient Was Resting Comfort ably Today Contemplated Suicide Several Days For A messugo from the bedside of Capt. Kred M. French at Emergency hospital, Manslleld, Tuesday after noon, stated that tho man Is resting comfortably totlay and that his recov ery is expected. A nurse is In chargo of the patient all tho time to seo that ho does not disturb tho bandages about his neck as ho has repeatedly stated that ho wanted to die and It Is feared that ho might reopen the ter rible wounds In his neck. That Captain French had made up his mind several days ago to attempt sulcldo is ovldoncod from tho follow lng taken from the Mansfield Nows in the account of tho attempted sul cldo: Miss McDanlel, who discovered the wounded man was greatly shocked over her experience. She says she lives in tho country and Saturday sho ...

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. — 15 July 1910

liWfcMpiMw WLWllJWWH!lWfcff:tlUJlllLllj)ll1WJ &C-S ii PAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1910 P IS , I THE COOPER PICNIC To Dc Tlie Host Populnr Excursion Of The Season I Thocommon salutation of the day, be tween acquaintances when meeting on the street, is "Aro you going to tho Cooper picnic at Meyers' Lnko Park on tho 23rd?" "Yes, are you?" "Sure!" Everybody Is talking aboitt It old nnd young. Tho Indications aro that this will bo tho largest crowd token out of Jit. Vernon for a number of year3 on such nn occasion. This won derful Interest Is not confined to tho Mt. Vernon peoplo nlone, but,Jt Is tho enthusiastic talk of all tho surrounding townB as well as throughout tho en tire county, nud, at tho request of a number of peoplo In or near Gambler, Howard nnd Danville, tho committee has secured the consent of the Penn Bylvanln It. It. Co. to have tho second section stop nt tho above townB, going, nnd both sections stop returning. It will bo readily seen by tho a...

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. — 19 July 1910

7 v wutt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1910 No. 57 ESTABLISHED 1836 WtWL&ttl&it i n l ' i-l V V READY TO WTH - Pennsylvania lies In Reserve Pittsburg Sheriff Says He Will Swear In 1,500 Deputies To Protect Property Of Company, But Hill Not Use His Officers To Protect Men Brought In To Take Place Of Strikers-Meetings At Philadelphia And Smoky City May Avert Trouble Pittsburg, July 18. Although there Is marked uneasiness here over the strike situation on the Pennsylvania railroad, it Is not believed that a strike order will issue before the meeting between trainmen and rail way officials, which began nt 11 o'clock this morning, Is concluded. Sheriff Judd H( Bruff of Pittsburg threw a bomb Into the camp of the railroad people by announcing that he would not consider It his duty to protect mn whom tlie company brought in to take place of striking workmen. Sheriff Bruff 'admitted that he wis now ready to swear In 1,500 deputy sheriffs at the first signs of tro...

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. — 19 July 1910

wwnpf mxf,n rtw mupu nnmiwwuiwip "W' Hi-MlAy. VAGS TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ffilfofrfl3ttfr- - TT?-W tf ' "". ".' """ ' ll1 www wwwfMWwawir f''''" a. .. . ' - - - - -i - -. ..-- t TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1010 Hj " ii . 9i M ELLIS TO DBOP OUT AS LEADER Makes Announcement During Gall on President Tatt, LATTER IS SHOWN PLATFORM Senator Dick and Chairman or Re publican State Executive Commit tee Invite Themselves to Beverly and Show Executive Their Draft of Resolutions to Be Presented to Co lumbus Convention Taft Laughs at Fuss Over St. Paul Conference. Boverly, Mass., July 1(5. Altnough President Toft had sent for neither, Senator Dick of Ohio and Wado H. Ellis, chairman of tho Ohio stato Re publican executive committee, callod at tho summer capital. They brought with them tho tentatlvo draft of tho platform thnt Is to bo presented to tho Btato convention which Is to meet In Columbus tho lust week of this month. Tho president was glad to boo tho rough notes of tho plat form ana went over th...

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. — 19 July 1910

THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRKK li.ji.Mii iMmWMMMiimuum ! iiiim u miiiwuhi iiULtiJiMMmijiLaijMH imwywn "MWMUWifBiMiffiwMryjrjMmjii 10DENLY r Complete New Barn-DoorHangers ,ine of r" Sought To Make The County Fair A Success Accident Occurs At Homer On Friday TUE8DAV, JULY 19, 1910 RIVALRY FATAL EYE WfflHI ORY L i " r-V ,,,. .fi.i.... To Newark Lynching Was Zanesviiie Young Man Who Is Quite Weii Known In This Cily Of Anjlftcmpted "Lynching" s Death Come To Gcorfle Wldoe On Saturday Found Dead At The Dubinsky Junk Yards Had Been Drinking Heavily Of Late George Wldoo, tho Junk and rag buyer, whoso faco haB been so familiar on tho streets of Mt. Vernon, was found dead near DublnBky's junk yards on Saturday morning. At about four o'clock, Mr. Ben Dubinsky was going to tho ofllco, which fronts on South Gay Btreet, when ho saw Wldoo laying on a blanket just In front of tho offlce. On examination, ho found that tho man was dead and had apparently been so for somo time. The coroner was immed...

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. — 19 July 1910

-vv,,, ., - .. . i. .. l-i I .(' " ' ' tw'..iimil i .fl. . . .. , . . . 1 ., i ft .. mftmrnmommmmM w wwww wwmmttmf mmmtmttA M1 wiiiJMinwJUr ni pin wimitaigwfti Miijifc nudum iiftirilri (i ii fmini niii in ii Miiwaffiwu'n ' wtmiw w r' " -"- T ' "i ' '1 i -i ' 'tiT Til i iiT .TL L , l -iw. -ttt ; lm.m i i i i TfWMraMlBM.IfflffBWTriWTggTry ' ' ' nfcttiainnihWrttriHinh-iiirifiTiirriiiifnmiTTTn-Ti --.uuMi iM.,l,..,ii,uiawi,iiiiiilait'llt !-- 'tr n Mt ''"'CTMl;jjJtMMittJJOT iS. lW HKHWMIIWHWiWIH liitw.WMWJtTWiWTt'WKiW'MHIIJ'JTOlAatftfHUM.qW fAGE FOUR muiaMi)MiLL--rartii! juuji JiJJ.im.JLHJ tsaznmum zskmismt THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER .mj-'ini.n wwi' r" "". ','-. if jiT"g3aiwMgcMiajBtaaituKMaBgiMiuiiiiiiiJt-iniBLiiJwLaiittiiM, V- MOUNT VERNON, OHIOI FRANK HARPER, Editor S oxxx'VOr o o l3Ll"y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE OubBCrlptlon Rate 1,0 per yea Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post office aa second clasa mall matter. ATHERTON'S "EXCUSE" Mayor Atherton, under whose re glrao of non-enforcement of law, th...

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. — 19 July 1910

X J V TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1910 ammmMm.uiMmummt9mimmmjmmvmamGr , cleans up A Million And A Half Does George) A, Beaton - i .ii In A Big Deal in The City Of New York The Money Was Made In A Big (tent Deal Fortune Obtained By Former Mt. Vernon Man In One Big Transaction In In The East Roach's Financial Facts, published in Now York CIt,y has tho following concorning Mr. Georgo A. Beaton, formerly of this city: Qeorgo A. Beaton, who used to bo ex-Eenator Joseph B. Foraker's secre tary, came hero from Ohio a dozen years ago with not very much capital, but vltk a rare fertile genius for cor porations and flnanco and the ability to sell securities of companies whoso chief assets at the outset consisted of tho golden future predicted for them by Mr. Beaton. Some of his com panies made good and others didn't. Judge Ward in tho United States Circuit Court today will wrestlo with tho tangled affairs of the Seaboard Portland Cement company, one of tho rarest corporation products of Mr. Beaton's ge...

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. — 19 July 1910

rWitwiaWa.WW,tM.4.l,a.i.,m JirnTnillillMlMMMi lihmi I - p5Cqesix "" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JULY 10, 1010 tMMWMMWHIUILill'aW'imMllliUIMU'lxai.MU wKinffwiuBUjmu-niiujujijwiinimwjmmjjB "JfcJMwiHa any tmHiHw.mfinu;, m .wunwifaMminiwi ''""'"j lEEmJ2ZlzZZ?Z .. :-..saMMMM ! i m maiiiii iiumm rfMBtMMMMwrwiaiiiTiiMfnwTiniriMiTiBrtfintw fHmtoTrTWTWTnnnrHWTmiKrTTiMiTnmnTW!nwnnTiHrmmmmr!m' jiKww-MWTiaPjewiwiMiji"L4ivMuiw hmithmmi' IWHIMbi IWIIIIHyMi umu 4 5" "K O06 Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. , -Ooo Minneapolis, July 17. Pastor Itussetl of the Rrooklyn Tuberuncle today de livered two addresses to llio Interna-, tlonal nililo Students ABSoclntlon, in the Auditorium. lie lind One audiences nd excellent attention. Wo report ono of his discourses from llio text forego ing. Ho said In part: Although, the words of our toxl wero not addressed by St. Paul to the world ly, they would, nevertheless, bo oxrcl lent advice and very profitable to nil. In n general way al...

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. — 19 July 1910

" HtF n-flt- TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE REVCM tMuuui ' nra mj!KlvmTujrm&7amixmm imwWjwiwmwuw' mm J -"- TT-l- .hi V THREATFNNG Letter Received By Constable Slmpkins On Friday Alleging That He Has Talk ed Too Much About The Recent Lynching At Newark, 0. Constable To Start .Investiga tion At Once And Find Out The Author Of . The Letter Constable Milton Slmpkins' llfo Is in danger. On Friday morning 'Squire George S. Harter received a typewritten let ter at his olllco on South Main street. The letter was received along with a number of others and Mr. Harter paid no particular attention to It until the seal was broken and he saw that the paper Inside was a piece of typewriter foolscap which had been torn In two nt the middle. It appears that some person or persons have it in for Con stablo Slmpkins and took a secret means of attempting to scaro him by sending him a threatening unsigned letter. Mr. Simpklns states that sever al days ago, he was talking with a fr...

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. — 19 July 1910

'T'Y'r -, "? TTV PAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1010 m. " l 14 w I. HEARS ME Of OHIO SITOATION President Grants Audience to Senator Burton. REFUSES TO TAKE A HAND Senators Dick and Wade H. Ellis on Spot, but Do Not Participate In Conference Judge Reynold Kin. kade of Toledo Among Buckeyo Visitors to Summer Capital Pres idential Party Starts on Northward Trip Aboard Mayflower Today. Beverly, Mass., July IS. Among Tresldent Taft's callers today was Senator Burton of Ohio, who told him of conditions which confront the Republican party In that state. Sen ator Dick and AVado 11. Ellis aro still hovering In the offlng but thero is no Intimation that cither was present at the Taft-Buiton confer ence. President Taft Is not going to draw any platform for use at lie publican state conventions thin fall. Ho has no desiro to figure as tlio dic tator of party policies and will not oesumo the authority of a writcr-ln-chief of these more or less Import ant documents. He let It ...

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. — 22 July 1910

i -w irf. ri -i-f i I lijewjpralfe B&tttiJtr T PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 No. 58 ESTABLISHED 1836 fa X s v RAWN MYSTERY NOT Detectives Have Burglar Suicide Is Broadly Hinted President Of Monon Railroad System Was Important Witness In Western Indiana Scandal And Friends Intimate Hi ill Man Who Fear ed Exposure Fired The Fatal Bullet-Wife's Story And' Coroner's Discoveries Do Not Harmonize Chicago, July 21. Members of th family of Ira G. Rawn, president ol tho Monon railroad, who was phot tc death at his summer homo In Win nc'tlca, hold steadfastly to their story that ho was murdered by a burglar Others who hold to the burglai theory believe Mr. Rawn may h"ve started down stairs to meet a man supposed to be In the house, but that Instead of being shot by the burglar bo tripped in his nightrobe and acci dentally pulled tho trigger of his own revolver as ho was falling. A third theory, which is resented by members of the family and by sub ordinate oinelalB...

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. — 22 July 1910

r"li'VWlpf'.,r?'r'iW mTT wr-v i T" M VAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1010 Hi tli 1 m ft d a i. JUMPED From A Fast Moving Troin On The C. A. & f Avoid Being Placed Under Arrest Colored Man Has Thrilling Experience i ii. mini And Finally Arrested For Train Jumping Items Of Interest From The Court House Elmer Marshall and Geo. Swecnoy, two colored men, claiming their homo to bo In Cloveland, had a most excit ing experlenco whllo trying to steal a rido on C, A. & C. passenger train No. 508, duo In this city at 5:15 p. in. Tho episode occurred cast of Danvlllo Into Tuesdny afternoon, Tho men wero discovered on tho front end of the baggago and express car nnd while tho train was traveling nt a high rnto of speed ono of tho trainmen grabbed Marshall and pull ed him Into tho baggago car. When Sweeney saw that his companion had been captured and fearing a similar fnto he jumped from tho fnst moving train nnd was hurled many feet through tho nlr. lie had a mlrnculous 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. — 22 July 1910

FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 MWIMWWllWWIMrjWIWlllWlMWBiagWWMKHMMIILMJIIW Ayer's Heair VOor J Ingredients: Snlnliur. Gbccfln. Qulnln. Sodium ChlorW. Cnpilcum. Slice. Alcohol. Vdler. I'ctfume. Anything injurious here? Anything of merit here? Will.it stop falling hair? Will it destroy dandruff? Doe bdc&H; Cofosr !he Hair J. ( Atl n iV'iriNY, Lowell. Mam. iMMlammnxaaalzracTmxlOi&ilVXJXsfJl irnrjer-vt: nniiiinii nupy in nniiwiinmiii nwiMiiniii ' iwiwn mm County Correspondence A ? A ? J p BRINK IIAVKN. Sovoral ladies from this placo at tended tho special sale of tho Mayor Drotlicrs this week at Mlllorsburs. Charles McDonald of Tiverton was' a guest of rolatlves here, Tuesday. Tho post ofllco at Tiverton was dis continued this week for two reasons, viz: First, that thoro Is a rural routo through that placo, and secondly, that thero was no ono there that would take tho ofllco as it was not a very paying proposition from a financial Btandpolnt, for either the p6stmastor or the government. D...

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. — 22 July 1910

,, . .jm.mmiHm W..'.-1'W ' i!Ja-J( THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1010 1010 J ..to r PAGE (OUR i..iMi..allllJMIUMMTCTIUW'amiUl'J.llllUUM .. 4). Clearance Sale MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor After A Neighbor Who At tacked His Wife Of Knox County People Is Held At Wooster oxaa.l-'V7"o olacJLy Odd lots of ill RALLY a! 1 i ? T I a, U f r 4 i. I IP 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $150 por yea Entered at the ML Vornon, 0., post office as second etas mall matter. BRING ON GARFIELD In his Cleveland banfluet speech Jimmy Garfield said: "In our own Htato the Democratic governor failed to bo on tho people's sfde in Uio fight for a public utilities bill and Demo cratic senators defeated thai meas ure." As Garfield said this In his bid for tho Republican nomination for govern or ho lsv guilty of cither deliberate falsehood or Inexcusable ignorance. The Wtjods utilities bill was not de feated by Democratic senators. It was defeated by a division among Re publican senators, 9 ...

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. — 22 July 1910

m, tw t-'-' FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FiVK aiMin miiwiiiuiiiiinw mm iinfjuMBwownwawaaww PLAYGROUN Appeals Willi Such Force To The People That The Movement Has Very J Rapidly Spread And Vast Sums Are Spent To Promote It Several Points On The Sub ject Gone Into By One Who Is Very Familiar With The Movement (By Wtn, B. Chapman) Thero aro 320 cities In tho United States of practically tho samo size as Mt. Vornon. Already 74 of them aro operating public play grounds, and are enthusiastic regarding their vahio to tho community. Tho Idea of public playgrounds well equipped and prop erly supervised, has so appealed to those Interested In making tho most of our children, that tho movement has spread overtho country with un precented rapidity. $16,000,000 aro now being spent ev ery year In tho United Spates for ac quiring, equipping and' supervising public playgrounds. The expense of the playgrounds is usually entirely paid by the city itself, and tho work is placed in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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