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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 August 1910

PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1018 F IM f I I s H '. ' 1 .( ': I i o If wf Ooo Q OFLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL. Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. )oo Jnmestown, N. Y, August 7. PaBtor llussell of tlio Brooklyn Tnbcrnnclo today addressed a very largo meeting of Bible Studentw In . Ccloron Audi' torium. Tho occnBlou was a General Convention of Ulble Students. Tho audlcnco wns estimated at nearly 0,000. Taking for Ills text tho abovo words, tho speaker Raid: The Ulble, to bo understood, must bo viewed from 11a own standpoint This, ns IJIblo students, wo aro learn Ing moro and more particularly every day. In the past wo liavo read our Bibles "up-slde-down." Many read as a duty; others as a sort of charm that ; would placate Divine Justice and bring us Divine favor. Now wo aro learning to reud the ISIIile In a com-mon-senso way, and to use our reason ing faculties In connection with Its statements and prophecies. As a con sequence, while others aro falling from the fa...

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. — 9 August 1910

:,.r.'TgntTTU.p.jiiiiii, nMMi..ii TUESDAY, AUQU8T 9, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SF.VEH SHORT LOCALS IV SS3qBLJE2 MAYOR BITTEN y Of Gambler Tenders His Resiynation Thursday And Harry Holmes Elected To Fill Vacancy Gambler, O., Aug. 5 On Thursday afternoon, Mayor Ilorton of this vil lage, tendered his resignation from tho ofllco of mayor of Gambler. This un expected action taken by tho chief ex ecutive of the village Is explained by tho fact that he, with his family, ex pects to leave for Ann Arbor, Michi gan, tho latter part of this monlh and make his futuro homo in thai city. A special meeting of tho village council was held on Thursday evening, at which, Harry Holmes was elected mayor of tho village to succeed Mr. Morrow. ' RIBS Broken .And Other Injuries Sustained By Daniel Beal Daniel Beal, residing about ono mllo west of Frederlcktown, narrowly es caped being fatally Injured on Thurs day afternoon while preparing to drive to Frederlcktown. Mr. Beal had hitch ed UP and was a...

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. — 9 August 1910

I 1 m Aair iqht Mbbmbi THE DEMOCRATIC BAttNER TUESDAY, AUQU8T 9, 1910 y W'i I fr ! - i ft" vyfr'" liii... TRANSLATED By HARRY VAN AMBERG Copyright. 1910. by American Press Association. Prom the date of tho first settlement tt America there wns warfare with tho Indians, and during tho war of the Revolution thero was also war with 1 rt ,thc British. Dut by that time the In tdlnn fighting hnd retreated westward. In 1777 Harrodsburg, Ky., was sur rounded by red men, and the people, inot daring to go out to hunt for game. were often In great straits for food. The settlement was protected by oncol jtbose stockade forts used nt that time (for keeping off savages, and when (they wcro hostile tho inhabitants of (the place were obliged to keep within jits inclosurc. i During this Indian hostility and con feequcnt lack of food n youth of sixteen Imado himself invaluable by leaving Itho fort before dawn, hunting all day land returning after nightfall with tho Same bo had shot. James Ray was lie...

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 August 1910

iWiwmwm 'wr.ff!,'""" r " HU . h PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910 No, 64 ESTABLISHED 1836 ft WtmtdMp wMm&t S tf DOESN'T KNOW WHO SHOT X r Gaynor Assailant's Mayo Expect Crisis In Patient's Condition Today-Make State ment That Operation For Removal Of Bullet Will Not Be Undertaken For Some Time-Bursting Of Artery Is Contingency Most To Be Feared Vitliin The Next Ten Days New York, Aug. 11. Great im provement In the condition of Mayor Gaynor, who was shot In tho neck by James, J. Gallagher on the deck of the' Kaiser WHh'elm der Grosse, is noted by the physicians who are in attendance on him In St. Mary's hospital, Hoboken, N. J. So favor able Is his case that the surgeons have decided not to attempt an oper ation for the removal of tho split bullet that has lodged in the mayor's neck. Such was tho condition of Mayor, Gaynorthat after a consultation the three Now York specialists who had been in continuous attendance at, the bedside, together with the hospital...

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 August 1910

AGE TWO FRIDAY, AUQU8T 12, 1D10 il THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER it f i ? 1 & p it I n l ft' INDIANS ANXIOUS aa - IOt IjLUul UlAL Willing ToBpy mlH ill Steffril) irs aJ? 8f A ' a a If u .1 ill i i 'Up R McCurlain Testifies Before lliertfasifered One' M M egrtri ! " ceived And'te Then Turnedjpwn Because Agree ment Wiis-Noli' Wr!llii(RFoi'iiii!f';OIiiiiii Accused ui recuuar auiuii iSmmii mi A'.J' MM tho hqatlng befpro tho concrqssloiinl &M4tf$Wft'du 'ju$iaMIWJUv'lcKaflaw muians ,lho charges., of . attempted bribery, taaMlKJpllWltfllGp fori Jt $l ibrought out that tno inuians nro anx ious and willing to give 10 per cent or sovoral times that proportion of what Is coming to them for tho" pur 0oso,l,of Jaavlng .(tribal, affairs sottledi t,aniearjyntdateji. .Soine-tof thonln-i idlanmon Alio jstiuidiitnstlfted tbatrthoy appj-oachod ih Fi jMiiMuixay, nndilsitf flleltr..lhlnii toi.lnlip. unt tho i work of. fcurryJng.wewtflttVWiUi,:! "..Ii AU i ooMdolrt'0.n' f .JU8e; W. G. Hollemanj W. V. MrC...

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 August 1910

fmntmco vr-iTT'" 7W,TrTv'y"yT"frr,,j "" fWUfWW "-nwrwywfWJRWl r?m'jwwM",H'J".uf-'ttlyii.1)' - r T(r H C0FRIDAyi(AUQM8Td2,'1Dl0 ',TH3j5 JDEQOMIC , AjNN-llR PAGE ,THRKK i. v RM L- TO M 'T, i "(Milt Was pyor Gaynor By Jules J. Bui En 1H1!? "ig ii Li!"4' 9,! i ltrr: Regarded Am Fatal Of hicli Jjgor Was To Sail touurope l F. ViF 5 Wi-Be Assgsin Through! lo Be Unbalanced JWS-. . Si Claims MayqrDoprived Him KI II- Of Bread And Butter in Jospital And Is Stiil Conscious' York, Aug 9 Mayor William . . .rv or of NiWiYopl i -.. . . k tiixy was snot fatally W( y wounded on board tamer KaiseraWilhelm Der Gros- e was calling for Europe this ng. His assailant, who was not Red, was arrestee!. finan whahb? Gaynor later gave le as Jules James Gallagher, of Ird avejnuf.l The mayor was g on tho'uppor deck well top- talking with Commissioner kh MAYOR WILLIAM J. GAYtyOR VlctlrrtK6f the Bullet of AfWouldiBe THo'rripsqn,' .'Corpefdltfnj, Dbun!llWati., The police onrthe dock Immediately wcni'SDOai'D' inc'omp...

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 August 1910

Mj4 ' WWJiffPpWftl VJU'W ,!Jff)lpw,PVW,,l, uwv M trf vf1"!?!7" vTfT - ,T'tlfrT"'vyjw rjlp -VW"'',''F"'TS f "i Ur 3 vyfTr w- ""JW"" PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGU8T 12, 1010 MMitwnwweMgga,TJjJwn'tta.'tiraTfiffi;e.HFHJureTWFagii.m' i I fc h ft 4 if !. 1A hg'jBtaituuifr MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Soral-W ooXsJL'y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE , Subscription Rate 11.59 per yea Entered at the ML Vornon, 0., post Mice as second class mall matter. A SUCCESSFUL PICNIC lilko tho one given last year, the Knox county picnic on Wednesday, was a great success In every particu lar. In many respects the picnic this year was more successful than the former one, both in point of attend ance and tho entertainment furnished. To tho thousands ot people present at Hiawatha park, It was a day of much enjoyment. Too much praise cannot be glen the members ot tho Citizens' association ot Mt. Vernon, who had charge of the arrangements, for the success of the picnic. .j. 5 GOVERNORSHIP A' STATE...

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 August 1910

T",llP.ftVl!ffPl'Jllf(p-"l-?K- v. "fSr 'f!jjW V '' '" V " V'1" T"--","i-wrt-1rt:Twl itv FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE PITH I' iV Juuutuu In Every Detail ftis Second Annual Picnic Under Auspices Of The Citizens' Association Weather Fine, Crowd Large And Program Interesting Governor Hamion Delivers . A Fine Address Other Entertaining Events Of The Day It was n grand success! ;Tho efforts of the Citizens' Associa tion wero crowned with success for the second annual county picnic at Lako Hiawatha park on Wednesday was a splendid event in every way MR. L. C. PENN Prtsldent of The Citizens' Association Of This City t possible, and much credit should bo given the association mombers for tho capable manner in which they enter tained the people of tho city and coun ty. It would be impossible to give tho exact attendance for the reason that the gates'" of tho park were thrown op en and there was no way to keep any accurate count of the number of per sons passing through 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. — 12 August 1910

Mnmnm ... I I, , . .ill, H,l. II II H TfTffJ r- VV .! I iniiiili Wcg SfK J THUi EMOCRAiTia '-SBAKOCsIIBR 0 FUQHBK8;WSr,lpi i2I! A SawftwiwtAwwt Bt'AwMuMwrfii iii'iMwiigKuOMcnrgiuinamjtfMtg r " K i o t I P 1 1 s a: i ' r.v , . , ;':0f,::, Roil-Light Co, To Dp . Modem : ) ;(lijl IW "And Up-To-Diite, In Every rA f'Ji , Particillar, : Jo nf)..ii,i ' ; i ! , niyiniasudrt tlmc)thq.icity,bt"Mt.. Ver Tidh)Wtnihdvoitii.hdwipoiVenDlanti.TJjo, , iMt.HVtornon.nallwayu&' llBlit Oo. afq, brtnowuftdrklngion thoiplansifor aplatit, WwHIeli, Mvhon'.fcdmplotdd,. wIlliibo) arjj 'uraodornims aWy plaht'ilrfltuonbountry, fi'indJwllloboIonalof-atUolJargftflti Indtl qi instate. " ""' JTi viiirw inn. i i ii Hit Thel'pbwdr 'houswi wllliJIieiTloaated, "ttlbngithO'north bnhlslofjthdiJColtoslt a "'tltfcr'Justdbolo'W thoOu'UW gaxa.ith. ln "' rftnU'brld'gcVJ Thdr.bulldtnfei wllll betfife iifeoliitifelj('lH'0jrwf'rid(woxJjDlliB o16(4j MhHhb'bVJnB'lriicllbn.'-M'' io;I'joiWo -. 0 " Thei'lrfSchlnpry will bdUKb rob...

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 August 1910

wipAjY,fvwagMV.iifliat ffi3MQPfSA$jq BAJTg$ pags psy, iiajilinini in.uLiiiui)i.ji, . ) im .'!)tm,,ytmgrmmKm,mm,mtmmuntmll!itMn ' 1 s 1 G n. .i'V-M I )T A P Pnrrnll " " D DnVrnnll - "T $ uny Io em'j p-riM 'ir"v y; . in 1.1:11 .at oj) mv juijf) viriq ij if ineumuatetourtor $ lo Yrnmrrmnra tin O'jcoJ SlioffiliFWNfliilbfifOf n rv;i . . . . ...... Cases Investigated I M,.il:,f(i''';ite dh ' J J J .t I J lMU J T 1 tl'll S'dustrifllclidol"1"11" . J'Wi a" ofKo is liough :Mariy Dffenrfprs; S Brought Into Conrr" ft. mi t : ? iiMfim!'! 1 'i 'mi' lin TnilnwInC IH thn nnrnnil nnnunl owing Is,, er r.T-v. .; '47 attj : :a - rep6rfc'bf5 Juvbhlle'.Pt-dbtltlbn Offlcor P$$rlck Purccllffor the year ending- Jifly 3l8t: Qohft W fit Toft tho Hon. PatrickTA. BorYy, TPfff gHbd"tQ'iJullgo, aid -Judgeof tho.Juv-, CJioPeliJi'Seg-ior'sSbiaffthls.iny sec-. ottgi annual- report- as- -Juvenile Proba tion, Officer of said court fottboS-Xeai il ending July 31st, 1910. A TIrs.tfljjiJeBJrpjto ftatp,.tha$durlrig th6?yq...

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 August 1910

int.,., ,.niiJI;iM,.Ti.-flw,ii. .i .-..l' T.i..i';h..iiii ijri My.i,niyiM.'l'Ht MWinmwMimttT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, AUQU8T 12, 1010 GE EIGHT f tv ;-r a - n 'vi x I ' It:-,1 i.v. !: 1W. It 1 RE SHORT LOCALS Eggs 20c; butter 24c. Miss Nolllo Welsh nnd Miss Teresa Allerdtng left todny for Niagara Falls. Mrs. Hugo Potterson loft thta after noon for Buffalo, N. Y., to visit with relatives. Miss Maudo Johnson of Ankenytown Is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mlna " McDonald, of this city. Miss Estella Klrby of Nownrk Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klrby of North Main street. Mr. It. M. Leach of Centerburg spent Wednesdny In Mt. Vernon, the guest of friends. Mrs. It. P. Nugent of Danvlllo spent "Wednesday In Mt. Vernon with rel atives. Mr. George W. Bunn Is seriously 111 at the homo of his nephew, Mr. Harry Bunn, on dak street. Mr. J. n. Lybarger of Buckoyo City is spending several days with relatives In Mt. Vernon. Mr. Chnrles Whlto has returned to his home In Mt. Vernon after spen...

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. — 16 August 1910

' rip jpw," '"c1itt(- w ' TTEl J'-WT W" PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1910 No. 65 ESTABLISHED 1836 "7"tfT WW iHHpvw:TgwWW yxwr KT" (9'W' P wtm&tvtikit V jr 1 ;i? t Y NX Ly BELGIAN EXPO LAID IN Fire Wipes Out if Exhibits Vandals Loot Wreckage Of Building And Escape With Many Valuable Gems-Blaze Starts From Short Circuited Electric Wire And Spreads Witii Inconceiv able Rapidity-Crowd Surges To Scene And Hinders Work Of Firemen Brussels, Aug. 15. Starting in the Belgian Section of tho International exhibition heie, flamed soon had laid In ruins the French, English and other sections of the white city. It is reported that there has been some loss of life and that a number of persons have been Injured, but thus far it has been impossible to get any definite information along thesa lines. So far as can he learned the fire originated where there was the usual largo crowd outside the building to look at the fireworks. It seems that the, electric wires leading Into ...

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. — 16 August 1910

MttMMI ZiUi- tv-'l 'i W-i r"Jf n.ff ia: SKSESfflS . i hi y in i i .1. 1 1 i..Vri.'yqwiMUjw'iwrKwiwwiuiw .ft 14 .vf 111! 1 "AGE TWO IIMI.IIJ LIFESH of mayor W. J. CAYNOR OF HEW YORK Victim of Attempted Rose From Farm Boy Assassination Was to Head of Greatest Strong Probability J Municipal Gov For Presidential " eminent In the Nomination. '"'" World. MAYOH WILLIAM J. GAYNOn of New York hud served but seven months of the four yenr term to which ho wan elected when ho was shot down nnd TBcrlously wounded by Jnmes J. Gnlla sher Just ns lie was Hturtlng upon hla 'first vncntlon from (lie multifarious cares of his olllec. In tlint brief period tc hnd demonstrated that he, nnd not Tammany Hull, was innyor of the metropolis. He had effectually din posed of the pro-election prophecies that ho would be merely Murphy's ".-ii,,,! inTrTtrTaT'i'ii'ili '!itt,Ti'!'TmmmTmm'wivm'i',mF"'"r'''m'T'mmm"!mm1 fjf YigyMjMMiiiiiiiHHHlHiBtHMHHHHH Copyright by American Press Association. PItESIDKNT MONTT. SENOI...

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. — 16 August 1910

" i 'wjwiijYyir 'ipwicr ItlFVF 'r!7"T "" 'WW (J t "" F" "IT'S t -)IT"T -jrvj - iy -TT ?rP TUESDAY, AUQUOT 16, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREC i 4 P '.,. v CHILDREN Parade At Sycliar A Of The Day Banners Show That Mission aries Are At Work From This District In Many Foreign Places An InterestingiSermon By Rev. C, B. Allen Some Notes Concerning The Camp And Campers Camp Sychar grounds wero tho the scene ot much bustle early Satur day morning during tho preparations for tho children's parade which has been a feature each year at tho meet ings. At 8:30 everything was round ed Into good shape and tho parade started. It was estimated that over 200 chlldien participated, being led by tho leader o tho children's meet ings, Mrs. Crouse. Tho children car ried banners which wero indicative of tho Holds into which missionaries havo been sent trom this district. These revealed that the missions were not confined to simply tho United States but wer.o catholic In their scope. Japan, Korea, I...

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. — 16 August 1910

ssaMseiss ar.-tfftffkJfE&i iwH'y iMwwi)iwwto-fyto"iww'm"'m! -a" PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1010 A II MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oaaa.i- Woolsly .6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubacrlptlon Uate 1J50 per yoa Entered at the ML Vornon, O., post etflce as second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judaon Harmon, Lieut. Gov. Atlee I'oincrene. Supremo Judges Maurice H. Donahue, JamcH Johnson. Attorney General Tlmotliy H Hokuii. Secretnry of State Clins. 1 Graves. State Treasurer D, 8. Creamer. Clerk Sum erne Com t Kranlc MoKcan. Dairy and Food Com. S. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Kranlc W". Miller. Board 1'utjllc Works J. A. States. Congressman William G. Sharp, Circuit Judge-Robert S Shields. Stnto Senator Wei laud D. Gray. Representative Samuel It. Gotshnll. Clerk or Courts Chas. W. Hayes. Sheriff Peter J. l'arlier. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, I.egrnnd Ilrltton, Thcodoio M. Dili. Treasurer Lloyd M Hell Recorder Hcnj. II. I'n...

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. — 16 August 1910

TUEBDAY, AUGUST 16, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FTTH MtmS9Wf!WtSK V ::vi ii u Closed Sunday Night In The Old-Fasliioncd Way With An. Enthusiastic "March Around Jericho" Most Successful Meeting In . History Of Sychar i Attendance On Sunday Larg est In Year ' Next Year's Meeting Occurs August 4-13 Tho consummation of the wildest hopes of those in charge of tho hol iness meetings at Camp Sychar was attained Sundny when an overflow crowd Infested the grounds. Over 4,500 people passed through tho gates yesterday which brought tho attend ance on tho grounds up to G,000. Nev er In tho annals of tho canip havo such high-water mark figures boon reached arid complete satisfaction -Is metwlth and expressed on every hand. Tho crowd was most orderly and seem ed Intent on but ono thing to hear tho gospel preached by tho' accom plished evangelists. No disorder ot any nature was reported which Is next to miraculous in view of the largo number of people and the hot weather. The Sychar fountain w...

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. — 16 August 1910

PPi I j lug ;i IIIWI U Ml HHIWj WWWjWWQWroWIIWIMflllMMMMMiM MMHW. I J J I 1)11 - Jl HfcT T" 71 'i Pff '"Wwfy i rw'-rv PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, AUQU3T 16, 1910 mnramsm k n-v.'.. 3od PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brootdyn . 1 abcmadc ' ooo I !Lynn, Mass., August 11. Pastor Russell of Brooklyn Tabernacle spoko hero twice today to largo and atten tive audiences. We report ono of bla discourses from-the above. lie said In part: My text Is one of tlic strongest of those which once wo erroneously mis understood to teach the eternal tor ment of the non-elect Coming to the text with oar minds ailed with tho wrong Impressions respecting the character of tho Almighty Creator and respecting his purposes toward hu manity It Is easy for us to, misunder stand the words of Kt. Judc. So deep ly were the erroneous thoughts Im pressed upoii our minds from child hood that, Irrational though they were, we considered them fundamental the ology. In like manner we wrested to ...

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. — 16 August 1910

fr TJV.''T TUE8DAY, AU0U8T 1G, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC EANNElt lAOE SEVEN wwiiiimiiupjiiFiM wwniroTDiinaw imnrair mi X GOVERNORS To Be Elected In Many States This Fall And All Kind Of Issues Figure In Contests A Total Of 36 Governors . Will Be Elected The Contest In Ohio National Importance Of As Result Hinges On Presi dential Compaign Washington, D. C, Aug. 12 At tho coming fall elections more states will 'elect governors than over before In tho history of tho Union. For tho first timo Oregon is to Join tho list of. Com monwealths electing their executives In November. Herotoforo tho Oregon state election has been held In June. A totnl of thirty-six governors are to bo elected this fall. Thirty-two will bo voted for at tho general elections in November. Three states Vermont, Maine and Arkansas will voto for governoi next month, and Georgia will elect its executive in October. Tho gubernatorial contests In some of tho states are of a moro than or dinarily interesting character. Tho elec...

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. — 16 August 1910

,mMTr, PZfZZJ t"- '"1"JJ FAB 1QH? THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY AUQU8T 16, 1910 mmuMmv u.wt w"g iUm. j. mi, mmfiwmui Ji UM r 11 POET RILEY Doctor Says His Condi tion Is Not Alarming. i. --' RILEY IN NO DANGER Hoosler Physician Dispels Alarm Felt by Friends. IndlnnnpollH, Aug. 1G. Tho condi tion of Jnmos Whltcomb Rlloy, who Buffered a stioko of pnrnlysls thrco weeks ngo, Is Improved, nnd hopes of Mb recovery mo growing, though friends still foar a second stioko of paralysis. Dr. Carleton McCulIoch says tho poet's condition is iiot alarming, ' HASKELL BOBS UP Now Geeks to Represent Oklahoma In Federal Senate. Guthrie, Olcln., Aug. 115. Tho pro gram is already fixed in Oklahoma Democratic circles in cusa Senator Gore should for nny reason lobo his toeat in the United States uonato as & result of tho present congrosslonal bribery Inquiry. His successor will b C. II. Haskell, by nppolntmont of Loo Cruco of Ardmoro, recently nom inated by the Democrats to succeed Haskell as governor. ...

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 August 1910

riBnlfWTTgjgjTjWajuiigtf(iW i I, f.n.. i-i'i i mti riH. in .i.i i h-hv rMffl;it)l"nfftpw ""' ..ho-j -,, 0 J m0ttmij0 . She Statui it & p. PRICE TWO CENTS FURNSH TO PAY TROOP mergency Board s 120 Columbus Comparatively Quiet In Presence Of State Militiamen, Who Will Be Retained Until Last Vestige Of Disorder Is Wiped Out Rail-Llglit Company Again Refuses To ArbitrateGovernor Expected To Spring New Pian For Settlement Columbus, O., Aug. 18. At a called meeting the state emergency board appropriated $120,000 to pay the ex penses of maintaining mllltla here. Three weeks ago an appropriation of $60,000 was made. It was estimated that with the last appropriation made the present force of troops could bo kept hero for 30 days. Mllltla authorities are preparing to hold troops here indefinitely. When the First regiment leaves the Sev enth or Fifth will come,,and pos&lbly later Ohio's naval reserves will by ordered out. The first faiallty of the car strike rioting resulted when Robert...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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