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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 2 August 1910

. r til'" f w -9ft 4 ft.y ,. ff AWj ffM o TUE8DAY AUGUST 2, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRIK 35K3ES; V. V V V mm(m c Wha- Coventor Dotiismt,, of Ellfiiale 3ayi About: St: royernrrl)oriixnfof Iillnnin, rnmi n ncr n.'i ii t mi l in r Itnt li 'rn lirlTltf I "A nn inrilrnn Tnni noli In UiM o il i r TnnrI cil lo rri tj( i i t torn tun W Oi i pnoplor rotlothl larron Ujo liotin lurr In i'im F-nnua, mid 1 litnn not jut rout ono w)io l ii fr ho nu 1 inn lo n ran ko. Thnjr nronll i1Jn t rWI, xhoro 1ft annrf !v n ont inunlty In thu Ml 1 or Wnaturn Hi itn tlmt hiu nnfc n mprownUtlto In P'jaitoju, baskfitchowan or Alberto." 125 Million Bushels of Wheat in 1303 It IW.YH .J iVvUfM uivwt aff?flanTO sis wifi J';: VVoitcrn Onnsln.fleM eron for IOCS will kimIIt ylotl to tho torn, or l 7 0,000.000 00 In dull. rrcoltomPAtcmlinf lminrm. nml prc-cinptlonn of ItlOurn-i t SJ (it) mi niri'. Ijillttny rind nnl Oompnnln liftro Iftud fnr enlu ntrnnwnubliu rlcos Muur farm ers hum pnlitfor their luntlout if ...

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. — 2 August 1910

,? AGE POUR THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, AUGU8T 2, 1910 AlOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SoixiJ.-'WroolatJLy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE ubBcrlption Hate 1 160 per yna Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, 0., post ttlce aa second clan mall matter. WHY COX SWITCHED If you don't bellevo that Cox alono is responsible tor the nomination of Harding Just fix your mind for a niln uto on this paragraph in tho report of convention proceedings published by Tho Ohio State Journal, (Rep.) lu its Issuo of July 28, second page, first column and fifth paragraph from tho top: "Cox's sudden coup of Jumping to Harding on tho third ballot not on 4y stopped the rush to Longworth but punished Senator IJurton for break ing his noted deal with Cox." Nothing better than Republican au thority Is need to prove that the Cox brand was stamped all over the nom ination of Harding for governor, If Drown was an undesirable can didate because Cox backed him on two ballots bow much more doBlrablo is Harding as a candidate wit...

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. — 2 August 1910

kyM-VjtVjr- ', -I- ,M V TUE8DAY AUGUST 2, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE PIVW r' r SILLED Are The Heart Throbs Of Dwiglit E. Sapp Whose Untimely Death Oc curred Saturday Night Following Surgical Operation A Few Days Before Was Prominently Connected With Large Affairs And Was A Master Mind In Many Enterprises The death of Dwlght B. Sapp at the Mt. Vernon Hospital Saturday night was a great shock to the whole com munity. Mr. Sapp had submitted to an oper ation for' appedlcitls on the Monday afternoon previous, and his condition from day to day following was en tirely satisfactory, and when Friday had come it was the expectation that he would attain a recovery. Nothing yiic."-. .;v a srr. i DWIGHT E. SAPP of an untoward character developed until about noon Saturday "when it was revealed that his heart action had become very weak, a condition that at once caused alarm, and as the afternoon passed on the alarming symptoms Increased and by early ev ening it was evident that a fatal ter m...

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. — 2 August 1910

,1'1'L - PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 9110 ' .'Hrp 6 -jao Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. , --Ooo July 31. Coloron, N. Y. Today nt this, pluco Pastor Kusscll of Urooklyu Tabernacle addressed (iio f iitornatloii nl Blblo Students Association ubout 4,000. Ilosald:- Tlio great Messiah, "King of Glory," lias long boon waited for by tuo civil ized nations. For tlilr(y-Qvc centuries the Jews have waited for him as tho great Prophet foreshadowed by- Moses and foretold by him (Act 111, 22); and ns tho Great King foreshadowed by their Kings David and Solomon; und s their glorious Priest typlded by Anron. but specially In tho former's majesty us king and priest foreshown by Molchlsedelr a priest upon his Throne (Psalm ex. -1). Free masons havu waited twonty-flvo hundred yours for the same glorious personage, as Hlntm Ablff, thu great Master MnsOn whom; death, glorlflcn tlou and futtiro appearing ni'o contin ually set before them by the letters up...

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. — 2 August 1910

-.. -.---, ,. -ng TO7"PflT!PqR&T' .f-rn K w . W TUE8DAY AUQUOT 2, 1010 , MIS Resisted Officer At Tlie Jail Steps Stephen Lnfover and Joo Jnris were arrested tit 11 o'clock Thursday night by Officer Georgo on a chnrgo of In toxication. -Tho men had been driv ing a horso about tho cly nt a llvoly rate of speed and when apprehended by tho officers they started to resist. At tho Jail steps tho men again "balk ed" and Sheriff Parker came to tho as sistance of tho officer and landed both men In the county Jail to avnlt a hear ing beforo tho mayor. I When arraigned beforo Mayor Mitchell Friday morning each entered a plea of guilty to tho charge of Intox ication and each drew a flno of $5 and costs. Being unablo to settle they were sent back to Jail. Of An Alleged Forgerer At Miilersburg Mlllersburg, July 29 Burdetto S. Bontrnser, a furniture dealer, commit ted suicide at his homo during last night. Ho stuffed his mouth full of rags andUurncd on tho gas in a closed room. Alleged forgery...

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. — 2 August 1910

TAQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUEGDAY, AUQU8T 2, 9110 SHORT LOCALS Eggs 20c; butter 24c. Mr. A. E .Itnwllnson wont to Colum bus tbls afternoon on business. Miss Mamo Kelley went to Colum bus this afternoon for a short visit. Clough for sowing machines. tf Miss Petrca ParnelHs visiting Mrs. George Cureton of Lexington, Ohio. Gem Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf Clearance sale will close next Satur day. Frank E. Klrby & Co. Mr. J. W. Scnsel of Glenmont spent Saturday In Mt. Vernon, the guest of -friends. Mrs. W. S. Dceloy went to Cleveland Sunday afternoon to spend several days with relatives. Mr. Ira Lybarger of Cleveland spent Sunday In Mt. Vet;non the guest of friends and relatives. , Mr. J. Smlthhlslcr of Cleveland 6pent Sunday In Mt. Vernon tho guest of relatives and friends. Mr. B. E. Hardacro of Macon, Georg ia, Is spending several days In Mt. Vernon, the guest of friends. Hon. W. M. Koons left Monday for New Castlo, Pa., whero ho will nttend to Bomo matters of business. Mr. C....

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. — 5 August 1910

SRSIP'F'' W'H 4-''l'' i"i')"iJii4tM1''' ''"'' 'I' .' in tw - rw5 rfw"'"i"t" wwvrii "kin i wiiii'r.nPTwn5r( i ,..wniJ.i.Jtp , ,t wjii(,.MM,tiglg;iyj y niut;n-iwti'W.i jiwi)B.iiiii?i!' ''mf i ifwii-J'gto1 - l A , ,'kJ 'W PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910 No. 62 ESTABLISHED 1836 mjtftfim1m ,nlMiA40Pm 5H ! .1 I r I f K s. HE KILLED Dr, Hflwley Crippen Succumbs The Third Degree - Declares That Jliile Quarreling With Belle Elmore He Strangled Her To Death In Effort To Suppress Out cries Became Alarmed, Mutilated And Buried Body In Cellar-Le Neve Woman Is Pumped For Clews That Helped Detectives Quebec, Aug. 4. Numerous events of tbe past few hours have helped to strengthen the belief that Dr. Haw ley H. crippen has confessed to the crime of murdering his wife, Bella Elmore, in London. The most con vincing proof 1b the fact that an offi cial in' the attorney general's office has said so. Tbe manner in which the confes sion was obtained' was a3 follows: After her arrest,...

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. — 5 August 1910

Ottf "Hff "IJS'"' J. fcMt. lrM AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910 i i i it I M f.vf i ! PYTHIAN Picnic AtjJTIie Park To Be A Big Event Outline Program For Hie Bay Mapped Out At a recent meeting of the general ' committee ot the four Knight of Pyth ias Lodges In the county the final ar rangements were made for the county picnic, to bo held at Hiawatha Park. Wednesday, August 17th. The Centerburg Band has been en gaged for the day, and will act as es cort for Hawthorn Lodge. Reports from that Lodge show that there will be quite a crowd come from Center burg to bring the flag that they won InBt year, and which they liopo to take back with thera again this year, If their ball team Is successful. The band will nrrlve at 8:34 n. m. and give a short program on the square and then go to the park and play at Intervals during the day. Wayne Lodge of Frederlcktown will have charge of the program In the auditorium and liavo selected Col. L. Q. Hunt to preside at that meeting. ...

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. — 5 August 1910

. t pjSAY, AUQU8T 6, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER K PAGE THRt J S& fitir X r'iBi V s CE Delighted With The Lecture By Prof. E. 0. Ott At The Iliawatho Assembly Tuesday Evening 1 1 1 Lecture Most Entertaining . All Way Through Noted (toy Soprano To Sing . Thursday Night Track Meet On The Grounds Wednesday Afternoon The only thing to be regretted In the appearance of Mr. Edward A. Ott at Hiawatha assembly Tuesday evening Is that hundreds more people did not hear It. There was quite a large audi ence, but the effort was one that still moro peoplo ought to have been In at tendance. The lecturer Is one of the easy style of the platform, and he held the closest attention of his auditors for more than an hour and a half. There was not a disappointing feature. Mr. Ott's main point was for better and stronger men and women. He dwelt at, some length on heredity, showing that great musicians, war riors, artist.1 and statesmen do not happen by accident. Ho next took up the matter of environme...

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. — 5 August 1910

W 7JST W(pfi "f" ir - t fjft V r ' 'c p IW" T" "wo-V T" A.uwTMrtiW(fwrii (SJUSK fetfa twnntai puivMtUl4'NWrtn'tit0tV44MMWMVlVVtMvM0!i4MMMM PAGE KOUn THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 6,j0 JiiMljKmilgjMUMmtii.iaji.Mwij rraftj-HMui, a v W ' r r I $;ill&!n&atir MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ft 3 oxxxl-'XFZr ols.13?- 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate J1J50' par yea Entered at the Mt Vornou, 0 post efilco as second claw niall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atleo l'omcrcne. Supremo Judges Mourlco II. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy H. I logon. Sccretnry of State Chas. P. Graves. State Treasurer D. 8. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Frank McKcan. Dairy and Food Com. S. E. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William G, Sharp. Circuit JudBo-ltobeit 8. Shields. Stato Senator Welland D. Gray. . Representative Samuel It. GotshaU. Clerk of Courts Chas. W. Hayes. Sheriff Peter...

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. — 5 August 1910

m V? s te' n IN. S - e?.' & v fij friday, auqust s, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ' paqk hv B MEETING ' ANNUAL LIST mt a , " rwfo tsta2sacilsssas!i flp l ; 11 i t Of The Citizens' Association Wednesday Evening When Details For Tiie Pic nic Are Arranged Stores In The City To Keep Open Until 9 A. M. On The Day Of The Dig Pic nic, August 10 Future Of The Assembly Also Discussed Of riic W. C. T. U. Held On Tuesday Afternoon The regular monthly meeting of the Citizens' Association was held Wed nesday evening In tho council cham ber with a large representation of, the membership. President Penn was In tho chair and tho minutes of the previous session were read and ap proved. The membership committee report ed one now member added to the as sociation since tho last meeting. Mr. M. J. Fish of tho now Industries cominltteo made a report relative to the establishment of a sugar beet In dustry In this city. Mr. Fish stated the committee had Interviewed a num ber of Knox county farmers nnd had...

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. — 5 August 1910

rtr- .,,n. mlmtyiZ---yiittmwMinmmmMimii0Kti THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGU8T 6, 1910 PAGE SIX $ r ii ! IM GOVERNOR I.. i Of flliio Will Be Speaker At County Picnic At Lake Hiawatha Park Wednesday Aug. 10 fill Speak At 2:30 In Tiie Afternoon Out May Be A Visitor Here All Day llic Letter And Telegram From The Governor Hon. Judson Harmon, governor of Ohio, will be In Mt. Vernon on Wed- neoday, August 10, and will be the speaker of the afternoon at the big Knox county picnic given under the -auspices of the Citizens' Associa tion. Governor Harmon will deliver his address at 2:30 In the afternoon. It was through the efforts of the PAINFUL INJURY Sustained By Mrs. Charles Thompson Of Cleveland Mrs. Charles Thompson of Clove land, who Is spending several days with relatives and friends In Mt. Ver non, sustained a very painful Injury while driving on Kast Vino street Mon day evening at about Ave o'clock. The horse, which Mrs. Thompson was driv ing, had reached the offlco of Dr. C. K. Co...

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 August 1910

CTjw.,rT,.Ja-iM ,.,lfft..na FRIDAY, AUQU8T C, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER lAQK SEVEN to V, IL Passes Rate Ordinance On Monday Niglit With Out One Vote In The Negative Mayor Mitchell Presents His , Budget The city council met In regular ses sion on Monday evening with all mem bers present at the roll call except Mr. Jones. The meeting was called to order with President Edward Dover In the chain Tho minutes of the last previous meeting were read hy Clerk Mclntlro and accepted by tho council as read. A bill from Humane Officer Jacob Lybarger was read by tho clerk. The bill was for tho services as humane officer for the month of July. On mo tion by Mr. Taylor, the bill was refer red to the finance committee. Tho budget from Mayor Mitchell was presented to the council by Clerk Mclntlre. The following amounts were asked for by the following depart ments for the year of 1911: Library ?2,410. Executive department ?1,050. Law department ?705. Treasurer.' ?360. Clerk $415. Board of Control ?12...

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 August 1910

THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, AUQU8T 5, 1010 COMPLETE Program For The Knox County Picnic ii .ii To Be Held At The Park Next Wednesday Central Park View Ohio State Fair-Weber's Prize Band Will Here Render Daily Concerts, Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1910 Special Features Morning, Afternoon And Night P Etf: A IIQHT u i After weeks of preparation the Clt teens' Association commltteo is nolo to give out today tho complete pro gram for the big county picnic to bo hold at Lake Hiawatha park Wednes day, August 10. A magnificent list of Attractions has been obtained and with good weather a record breaking crowd la expected. Hero 1b the program that it Is hoped can be put through without a hitch: Morning 9:00 Concert on the public square. 10:00 DaBeball. Danville vs. Fred erlcktown, 10:30 Concert In the auditorium by the 4th Regiment O. N. G. band of Co lumbiiR. ll:30Automoblle race. v 12:00; pinner. Afternoon l2:30Racos, Free-for-all trot. 1;00 Band Concert. 2:15 Address by Governor Judson Harmon o...

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. — 9 August 1910

"T WBffWiW''y fms?fir wnWMfwy J timer ,pIS PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1910 No. 63 ESTABLISHED 1836 Hat we n p w N ORDERS TROOPS FROM COLUMBUS Mayor Also Permits Saloons lo Run During Day Prospects For Settlement Appear Far Distant, But Municipal Authorities Believe They Can Control Unruly Ele mentEighth Regiment Departs This Morning And Third Awaits Transportation-Union Asks Special Legislative Session Columbus, O., Aug. 8. With tho possible exception of .the fact that to day Columbus again entered tho list of "wet" communities, there is little or no. change in the local streetcar situation. Mayor Marshall rescind ed his border closing all saloons In the city by granting tho proprie tors the privilege of keeping open between the hours of 6 in the morn ing and C in the evening. He warned all booze dispensers, howovor, that at tho first outbreak duo to drunken ness the closing order will once more go Into .effect. He advises them to refuse drink to persons of a...

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. — 9 August 1910

Iffi1" vT'iftwy'wK ?i iiS(tfiyjmt)iHi ii )ir-u mn mwicifvm ir ' tjt" 2 -iil-w '''- ffi -v -7i v' ! !- - "wam A,Tni;".'.-n-:,tK , tiyi hMWm.1.. wy.ff,y,ipii r VAQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, AUQU8T 9, 1010 'V CASH WITH ORDER Hall Ordor Houses Use Millions of Dollars of People's Money Without Pay ing Interest. BY O. A. CHARLE3. TPnnvrlrh kv n A. r"hnr1c 191B.1 ( .--...,..... , . ... , , Ono of the Items of instruction in Jnall order catalogues the ono on Thich thoy lay the most stress the no thoy set up in large, bold-face typo, roads: "We especially request that you end the full amount of cash with your order." Yes, you are to treat tho mall order fcouso as honest while they treat you u dishonest You are to trust them vith your cash whilo they tell you to "Send Full Amount of Cash With Or der." My dear reader, if you were to go to your homo merchant for some arti cle and tho raurchant would say, "Glvo mo your money first," what ould you think of him? What would you dor It isn...

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. — 9 August 1910

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRU af OPENING " ' ' i Of Sycliar With A Very Large Attendance And An Excellent Sermon liy Itev. C. I). Allen "Thy Word Is Truth" Theme Of His Sermon With flno weather prevailing and with a largo attendance of people from various parU of Ohio and adjoining states, the Camp Sychar meetings op ened Friday evening and will continue until Sunday evening, August 14. Tho camp grounds were never In better shape than this year, and the camp population has not been as largo for Beveral years as It Is this season. With the strong corps of workers that has been engaged, It Is belloved that the meetings will bo oven more fruitful than In any series in tho past. Tho opening services, held Friday evening was marked by one of the most enthusiastic song services ever held In the camp. Song will bb one of tho great features of Sychar this year. Tho Itev. and Mrs. Arthur H. Jphuson of Akron will have charge of tho mus ic at the auditorium, and on Fr...

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. — 9 August 1910

jtwn t irg-wj. rwrtSol "7f '"-yr fnw Hawaii seC PAGE POUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUEODAY AUPU8T 9, 1910 Ultf I.tlJJTBT'fHBT,wT''lnnTnTfcl'n'r'7TnTT'"'1n p.riffnrTrsi wvwmvm9AirmiAm niMM WM-iu fhWW rWBTOMM-imnCTMB !WJI.MmMBllfJmj VNunvimaswi . M Si -'iHr-'! H" 1 ? Hi I f. l 1 I 4 Wise &&$mw MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor fiOMOJL'7Vool3ily 6 MONUMENT SQUARE aubscrlptlon Rate $1.B0 par yea Entorcd at tha ML Vernon, O., jwst Wee as second clasi mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Juilsoti Harmon, I.ieut. Gov. Alice I'omeroiie. Supreme Judges Maurice II. Donahue, Jnmc.i Johnson Attorney General Timothy, H. Hogan. Secretary of .State Clias. P. Graves. Htuto Treasurer 1. . Creamer. Clerk Supreme Court-Frank. McKean. Dairy and Food Com.-S. R. Htroilc. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard I'ubllc Works-J. A. States. Congressman William O. Sharp. Circuit Judge-llobert 8. Shlolds. Blato Scnator-Wclland D. Gray. Representative Samuel H. Golshall. Clerk of Courts-Chas. ...

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. — 9 August 1910

GpjSS y--"--.'ipyzzz? TUESDAY, AUQU8T 9, 1916 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAOfJ r y. V V ATTENDANCE At Camp Sychar Was Quite Large Sunday .11 There Being Cose To 2,000 Single Admissions Sermons Of Day And Evening Were Excellent W. C. T. D. Jay Will Occur Next Friday Some Noies. Concerning The Camp And Campers There was a largo attendance at each of the services held Sunday at Camp Sychar, and , although tho dust was almost unbearable at times, a very happy day was experienced by r.U. There were close, to 2,000 single admissions, and tho vast majority of these persons were present to receive good and to participate in tho ser vices. Some, of course, were there merely through Idle curiosity, but those who attended simply to have some placo to spend tho day were com paratively few, judging from the num bers who Hocked into tho auditorium aud tabernacle at service hours and who gave close attention to the preach ers there or who stood about on the grounds and listened to tho exporters who hel...

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