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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 19 August 1910

fi Wtftft! flF nssKVRC paww -W" tAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910 i i ? i MTr I m ii is J J j J J J J I i I ! J. BIT. LIBERTY Mt. Liberty, O., Aug. 15 Mrs. Jnmes llarplo of Coluinbiis lias beon Visiting her father and other rela tives hero the past week. Mrs. C. O. Hawkins Is Improving. Aunt Lib Snyder, who lives with her is no better. Ellis Umphrey, who lias lain over two years from paralysis, has partly Mrs. John Yoakum Is still In a ser loBt his mind, lous condition. Mrs. Lawrence Shaffer Is doing well at the Stato Sanitarium at Mt. Vernon. Earl Shaffer went to Chicago last Week to attend tho triennial con clave of tho Knights Templars and Is now visiting In Iowa. Miss Zenith Maglll and two broth ers, Ivan and Morgan, of Mt. Vernon, aro visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burgholdcr. Luclnda Poland spent last week With her sister, Mrs. Woods of Bran don. Mrs. Klsslcr and daughter of Sun bury aro visiting Mrs. Klssler's brother, Dr. McLaughlin. Miss Vale...

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 August 1910

FRIDAY, AUGU8T 19, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER I'AQR FITI ;. "V- SY ' VC1 tf t MA To Have New Water Works System Very Soon Two Deep Wells And A Big Concrete Reservoir Will Be Installed By A Co lumbus Engineer n Automatic Stop Arrangement For The Pumps The Village Will Then Have lire Protection Utica, O., Aug. 17 Tho village of Utica, 'which had several disastrous Arcs during tho last winter, has made arrangements 'for the installation of an up-to-date waterworks system. The plans and specifications havo been prepared by N. S. Wyer, consulting engineer of Columbus, and embody quite a few unique features. On account of the large Are losses tho' village insurance rates were ma terially increased, and in order to se cure tho best possiblo flro insurance rato conditions, Sir. Wyer has pre pared plans and specifications practi cally on a standard underwriter basis, Tho entire water works system Is laid out so that the failure of one unit or any piece of oqulpment can not cripple the system...

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 August 1910

PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY AUQU8T 19, 1010 It It IHf' fc. Ii.1 E r m M ti ! J U- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SJom.i-XVoolsJ.y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE ubscrlptlon Rate 11.60 per yon Entered at the Mt Veruon, 0., post fflco as second clan mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Juilaon Il.trmon. Lieut. Gov. Atlce I'oincrone. ijuprcmo Judges Maurlco II. Donaliue, Jamas Johnson. Attorney General Tiinothjr 8. I logon. Secrotnry ot Stntc Chna. P. Graves. Stnto Treasurer D. H, Creamer. Clerk Supreme Court Prank MoICcan. Dairy and Pood Com. S. W. Strode. Hchool Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William G. Sharp. Circuit Judge Robert 8. Shields. Stato Senator Welland D, Oray. ItepresentntlvoSamunl II. Qolahalt. Clerk of Courts Chas. W. IIayc. Shcrlir Peter J. Parker. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, Lcgrand Ilrltton, Theodoro M. Dili. 'Treasurer Lloyd M. Hell. Itccordcr HenJ. It. Parker. Surveyor Arthur C. Wolfe. Pro...

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 August 1910

',0rttimittiifl4m4m'rtmtofiiv FRIDAY, AUGUST ID, 1910 THE DEMOOKATIO HANSEH WWWPMfcw PAGE Fivtr """ r ro. tf ESCAPED From The Knox Co, Jail Did Charles .Suttles By Pushing Out Section Of Crumbling Wail Suttles Joes At Once To His Old Home And Is Located By Sheriff P. J. Parker But Prisoner Makes His Escape In Woods Krtax county's crumbling Jail, unsafe and unsanitary, was the scene of a jail delivery early Thursday morning and as a result Charles Suttle, one of the worst criminals confined In the coun ty Jail for many a day made good his escape. As near as can bo learned the lail delivery occurred shortly after tho midnight hour. There wore five pris oners confined In jail nt the time, but Suttles was the only one who. made his escape. It Is evident that Suttles had been working a night or two In getting ready for tho Jail delivery, but the other prisoners In Jail claim that they did not hear him working at night and to a Banner reporter all stated they were asleep when Suttles made...

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 August 1910

' ,'v3wqr fji-p "V'T-rr. Bt -v . "'gw; """" ""t "' si i" wi't "TrM""""t",'iiyi,w'"'""""" - "W'ti - - - - vyjwww i 'ih t t-P w ' " iiwiiwMyffiiii'wVi"m'W(m'wT"'"lf',CTW'''1''1-'' PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910 IW T r'' rfl"TT7WTOy!',Tr arw?srp'''",rn"i,T7'v'nrT'i -wr t v-! , j- t i P, I li WHEELER The Mail Pouch Tliief Hold To Trial Is Put Under Heavy Bond Federal Court By Was Sent Up To The Pen From Knox County For Burglarizing Store Some Years Ago Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice ' Nicholas Helm, alias Nicholas Bak er, William Sliaferd, William Wheel er, William Miller and Harry Hoff man, wanted for tho systematic theft of mall pouches from railroad stations and junction points along the Cincin nati, Hamilton & Dayton Hnllroad In Indiana and Ohio, has been arrested In Akron nnd held (o the December federal court under f 10,000 bond. Ho was first arraigned before United Stat es Commissioner I'Yedorlck Walther at Cloveland, who transferred him to t...

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 August 1910

FRIDAV, AUGUST 10, 1D.10 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAon seven tu mmmmmittutifmuanMHrrmfm Lr CALLS TROOPS Governor Acts on Own Jnitiat ive. ASKS PEOPLE TO HELP Clash Between Civil and tary Powers Expected. SOLDIERS GUARDED EN ROUTE Mayor Marshall's Official Head May Fall as Result of Criticism of Conduct. Columbus, O., Aug. 10. With state troops onco more on duty In Colum bus, the disturbances which have been occurring hero at Intervals for the past three weeks havo decreased In number and violence. Troop B and Uattery C of Columbus wero In their vamps early in the evening and tho irirst regiment of Cincinnati arrived during the ulght. To protect tho soldlors from ma licious wrecks while en route to the city tho Baltimore & Ohio railway had two pilot engines sent ahead and employes patrolling tho tracks near trestles at Blanchester and Morgans stations. Details of soldiers were aboard the engines. Arrangements were made by the military authori ties to Inspect all boxcars in the lo ca...

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 August 1910

WWrwj.- TAHsT SIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1010 in ; ic r If An Evangelist By OLIVE EDNA MAY Copyright, 1310, by American Tress Association. "Elijah." said Mrs. Dunkers. "thurs an evangelist goln' to preach for us nex' Sunday. 1 wisht you'd go 'n hear him. You don' know how mis'ablo It makes mo to be In tho fold and buvo my husbnn' out of It." "What's an evungcllst?" "An evangelist Is one of them minis ter's the Lord sends onct In a while to stir up tho fcelln's o' tbcm as can't bo teched by ordinary means." "One of whom I am which." "Yes, you be, Elijah. I'm sorry to ay It. I hope you'll go and hear this J Dory man nnu meuno noil icen your heart." Mabuldn Dunkers sighed nnd walked away. Uer efforts to bring her hus band under the Influences that guided her always proved abortive, no was a matter of fact man, while sho was emotional. By some bo was called u BcofTer, though no one ever heard hlra speak disrespectfully of religion, no disliked cant and those disposed...

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. — 23 August 1910

pwjr?wrnwr, tjvpir'it1 TfT 'T v- t-ftih n"qnn t( f . " v"1flPiil$'ft' " ' yjmwww" .lrnnimnwwWiH1"Wv qi,tjgBWw Waffi ,tp;W Kuj , i, ; f.Otv,,jjBBCTi55wgr 1 m0JC13tii sttituet; PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910 No. 67 ESTABIJSHED 1836 ' mnwTpmfrmiiir He B w 9 MANY DEAD HaH Of Tom 01 Wallace Laid In Ruins Flames Are Under ControlRailroads Rush Trains To Stricken Districts And Carry Refugees By Thousands To Points Of Safety-Bodies Of Fire-Fighters Found At Side Of Tracks-Montana Is Passing Through Worst Siege In History Of State Missoula, Mont., Aug. 22. Smoking ruins now mark whore half tho town of Wallace once stood, and heavy clouds, through which the light of the fires show copper and red, hang over tho city. Two lives were lost during the the destruction of the town of 6000 population, one of the wealthiest for Its size In the country. Large manu facturing concerns and mining plants wero destroyed, together with largo business blocks and several of the finest...

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. — 23 August 1910

AOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910 A I E II w .1: 1 1 CAN MAIL ORDER HOUSES SELL DEPENDABLE MER ' GliADISE CHEAPER THAN THE HOME MERCHANTS? , DY 0. A. CHARLES. tCopyrlght by O. A. Chnrlcs, 1010. In order to intelligently discuss tho question as to whether or not mail order houses can soil dependable mer chandise cheaper than homo mer chants wo must first seo whero tho mail order house gets tho goods they offer for sale. In reading th catalogues of tho principal mall order houses wc And that theso houses claim thoy manu facture a largo percentago of tho goods they sell. Now, then, to be able to sell these goods so much cheaper than tho home merchant It would bo necessary for tho mail order house to manufacture theso goods chapor than tho manufacturer who produces merchandise for tho homo merchant. Is it reasonable to suppose that tho factories owned and controled by tho mail order houses are any moro pro ficient in the -making of merchandise than are the Independe...

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. — 23 August 1910

lHtt,W,v TUEODAY, AUQU8T 23, 910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THB fi v K y LETTER Is Received By The Bonner From Clias Sutties , The Man Who' Escaped From County Jail Dated Letter Columbus, But Mailed At Gambler Says De Was III While Con fined In Jail And Will Return In Time For His Trial Saturday morning's mall brought a letter to the Banner from Charles Sut ties, tho escaped prisoner from the Knox county jail, whose whereabouts aro now unknown. Tho letter to tho Banner was dated Columbus, O., August 18, 1310, but tho envelope showed that tho com munication had been mailed at Gam bler on August 19, at 5 p. m. While It would appear that an effort had been made to make It appear the let ter was written from Columbus It is the positive belief of Sheriff Park'er that Sutties wrote tho letter .In the county Jail boforo making his escape. While Sheriff Parker was searching tho Sutties home on Thursday even ing he found tho very samo letter which was mailed to the Banner on Friday evening. ...

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. — 23 August 1910

("ifl v- ' x " PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, AUGUST 23, 1010 ' V?r?p'';,7T"''H it f fi r i v. i ftv a i t h MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor JBoaaa.i-"Vr o olsJ.y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubscrlptlon Rate 11.61 per ym Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post attlce as second claw mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. I.lout. Gov. Atleo I'oincrenc. Huprcmo Judges Maurlco If. Donahue, Jamoa Johnson. Attorney General Timothy 3. HoRnn. Bccretary of State Clias. F. Graves. Slate Treasurer D. H. Creajner. Clerk Supremo Court I'YanlCMcKean. Dairy nnd Food Coin, S. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Public Works-J. A. States. Congressman William G, Sharp. Circuit Judge Kooert H. Shields. State Senator Welland I). Gray, llcprcsentatlvo Samuel It. OoUilinll. Clerk of Courts Chas. W. Hayes. Sheriff Peter J. Parker. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, Legrand ltrltton, Theodore M. Dill. Treasurer Lloyd M. licit. Itocorder BenJ. It. Parker....

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. — 23 August 1910

TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER fAQR Fm. i u. . To Hold Twentieth Annuel Convention At Brink Haven Wednesday And Thursday Very Interesting .Program Has Been Prepared Dealing With A Variety .Of Timely Topics And Suggestions for Future Effective Work The twentieth annual convention of the Knox county W. C. T. U. will be held In the M. E. church at Brink Haven on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 24 and 25. The slogan oC the convention Is: "To live bolow our highest level is unfair to ourselves, our family, community, and nation." The following is the program: Wednesday, August 24, 9:30 A. M. Devotional Services conducted by, Miss Hosslo Greer Danville. Roll Call, responded to by quota tion from Frances Wlllard. Reading minutes of previous meet ing. Appointment of committees. 10:00 A. M. Report and Address of County President. Report of Corresponding Secre tary. Music by the Brink Haven choir. Reading Mrs. Maud Putnam. Address of Welcome by Pastors and local union. Response b...

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. — 23 August 1910

Tl.f.'.r. .,W!.MliW-l Mllif ianM V'fii'WM mi PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIO BANNER TUESDAY, AUQU8T 23, 1910 ' f ? ' ifA ! i? li1 .it ; i , f i ?' 1 5' I ! . n i ro ', r V a II fl ft t hi D'1'" ' - ' - O O O PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor. Brooklyn "I abcrnacic. -O0O Utlcn. N. 1. Aug. 21.-I'aBtor Kus pell of Brooklyn Tnborniiclo preached Itcro twice today to I urge audiences. yc report one of Ills discourses from the above text, tie wild In part: One of ttie Wond6rtul things about tbo Bible mid the aijHtttlitidtjf .founded upon tbe Bible's to'n'chlngs hi' the 'fact that It contains ho' much sympathy comfort for tbe bereaved, the sorrow ing, tbo troubled. Tills Is not tru of any otber book or nuy older religion In tbo world. And who Is there that docs not ut some time In life need sym pathy, need encouragement, need a powerful and loving friend such as our Dlblo assures us our Qod Is to nil who will accept his fnvor? But our great Adversary. Satan, seeks to make the light appe...

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. — 23 August 1910

'? ? TUE8DAY, AUQU8T 23, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEft PAOE SEVEN V k. Foiled To Get Any Trace Of Cliorles Sultles Who Escaped From Jail Thursday Morning Sheriff Again Searched The Sutties Home But The Prisoner Was Not In That Vicinity Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Charles Sutties, who escaped from tho Knox county Jail early Thursday morning Is still at large,- although Sheriff Parker expressed tho belief, Friday that he would capture tho man within a short time. On Friday after noon Sheriff Parker organized a posso of four mn from this city and three from tho vicinity ,of Sutties' home,, near Gambler, and a thorough search was, made for tho missing prisoner Tho party left tho city about three o'clock, arriving at the Sutties homo shortly after four o'clock. Tho posso made a search of tho woods and all the territory in tho vi cinity of the Sutties home, but could find no trace of tho man. Thero were ho footprints to Indicate tho Sutties had been in tho vicinity of his home ...

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. — 23 August 1910

WprjpBr'b iwmb'k "yyj t f TJ"Vr-" rTrr-fc-- nt BIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1010 t "n Ty si'" " I tt fcf ASK GOVERNOR TO CONVENE SOLONS Labor Leaders Plan to End Columbus Strike. n Columbus, O., Aug. 22. The execu tive committee of tho Ohio Federa tion of Labor met hero and adopted resolutions calling upon the gov ernor to summon a special bos elon of thp general assembly to enact a Uw permitting municipalities to own street car lines. Tho Colum bus Railway & Light company was denounced for Importing men of al leged bad character to uandlo street cars during the present strike. A meeting of the organization will be held at Hamilton In tho fall for tho purpose of attempting to recon cile Hjo Ohio Federation and the Ohio State Federation, which split at the Toledo convention. President Thomas RumBy of Tole do presided at the meeting, which was attended by Harry D. Thomas of Cleveland, E. L. Kitchens of Cincin nati, John Moore of ncndrlllc, Frod .. Lcpp of Clevel...

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. — 26 August 1910

I -HW-!? HfT- ttijootra TOtitwir PRICE rTWO CENTS MT. VERNON, O., FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910 No. 68 ESTABLISHED 1836 r-m&9&if wspw irf i?9Pi,,rtWHlw?""j "'"' jiy ? ' K fa t BOTH ANXIOUS FOR THE Roosevelt Replies lo Statement By William Barnes, Jr. Says Saratpya Speech Will Be AIoihj Original Lines And Hopes Opposition Will Not Attack Principles Involved-Albany Leader Declares He Is Ready To Throw Up Federal Position Direct Primaries Are Men tioned In Platform New York, Aug. 25. In an Inter view sent out from Herkimer, Col onel Roosevelt was quoted as saying that he had -read with Interest the statement made by William Barnes, Jr., in which he had left no doubt that it was his intention to fight Mr. Roosevelt and his policies. When questioned about the state ment Colonel Roosevelt said: "Well, then, they will have all the flcht they want. I am only going to the convention because I feel that the public Interest the Interest of the people of the state of New York de mands that th...

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. — 26 August 1910

rrjv-tv i -j" 'itf" n'q1 i iuni"nii vn , - . , .twi) iliJ.MHIii kn& two flliE dSm66batio banned FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1010 hhiiiiiiimimiwwumiihiuhimim.ii iiniiMiMiniMiiiiiiiiMiiiriiii iimmbmiii inijujijujMaww !! im iiniimMjumwmmiJMiiiiM mm mt mamuiiiuummmmum taMmmlmwm.itm rrrr ri j4 $ ! 4 J 4 4 4 ! ? I ! $ "J tp nmNic haven. Aug. 22. Mrs. P. J. Parker and son, Thurston, returned to their homo at Mt. Vernon Sunday evening after a tow days' visit with rolatives here. Misses Avice Nelderhouso and May iilack went to Mt. Vernon to be pros tut at tho Teachers' Institute. MIbs Cora Workman is attending Institute at Mlllershurg this week. Mrs. Edward Simmons, who came aero to attend tho funeral of her taothor, Mrs. J. N. House, last week, returned to her homo In South Da kota, Monday. Jnmes Weeks went to Hammond, Ind., laBt w6ek where ho will aeok employment as brakeman on a ra" load there. Weeks & Dowdall had nulto an ex citing experience near hero recently when they wore going up a s...

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. — 26 August 1910

FRIDAY AUGUST 2C, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER 'h. PAGE THREe f fc k V T S Hi-.- i i r i n rM In Teacliino Reading Is Tn Awaken In Child's Mind As Much In terest As He Has Shown In Learning To Talk The Place Of Mathematics In The Curriculum . Other Subjects Discussed At Teachers' Institute Singing by tho audience opened Tuesday afternoon's session of the Knox County Teachers' association in stitute at the high school. Prof. Barbour's subject was, "Prim ary Reading." In substance his re marks wero as follows: The great problem In teaching reading is to awaken In the child's mind as much interest In learning to read as he has already shown in learning to talk. (He discussed the' various methods in teaching reading.) Tho" sentence method cultivates a rapid motion of the eye and secures natural expres sion In reading at the start. Sentenc es containing action words should be given first. The word-method Is also employed ' with good results by as sociating the word with the object named. 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. — 26 August 1910

PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SfoxtadL-'VVroolsJ.'y- 5 MONUMENT SQUARE aubBcrlptlon Rate J1.60 irer yea Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0., post ttlce ojj second clau mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atleo 1'omcrcne. Supremo Judges Maurice II. Donahue, Jnmcs Johnson. Attorney General Tlmqtliy S. Ilognn. Socrotnry of State Chas. P. Graves. State Treasurer D. S, Creamer. Clerk Supreme Court Frank McKcan. Dairy and Food Com, S. K. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William Q. Sharp. Circuit Judge Robert 8 Shields. State Senator Wclland I. Gray. Representative Samuel H. Uotsliall. Clerk of Courts Chai W. Hayes. Sheriff Peter J. Parker. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, Legrand Iirltlon, Theodore M. Dili. Treasurer Lloyd M. Hell. Rccordor BenJ. It. Parker. Purveyor Arthur C. Wolfe. Prosecuting Attor. B. II. Ferrenbaugli. Infi...

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. — 26 August 1910

rTy'T FRID.AY AUGUST 26, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQK With Wjv. V fcS " ? w ETARIES Appointed For The County Reading Circle In Connection With The Teac hers' Institute w SECR "List Announced Wednesday By Sec. Harris Address By Profs. Barbour And Cunningham Continue To Elicit Interest Of The Auditors Secrotary C. O. Harris of tho Read ing Circle has announced tho follow ing secretaries for tho various town ships: Brown, Miss Lottie Pealer; Butler, Miss Pearl' Staats; Berlin, Miss Mary DeBolt; Clay, Mr. Walter Burger; Clinton, Mr. Robert Cochran; College, Mr. P. M. Lybarger; Harrison, Mr. M. G. Cummlngs; Howard, Mr. Mich ael Underwood; Hlllicr. George Speer; Jefferson, Miss Hattie Clark; Jackson. Mr. O. G. Taylor; Monroe, Miss Lau ra Evans; Mlddlebury, Mr, Fred Mur phy; Morris, Mr. William Maglll; Miller, Mr. E. C. Rush; Milford, Mr. Carl Stamm; Morgan, Mr. L. S. Dur bin; Pike, Mr. W. F. Beam; Pleasant, Mr. C. M. Barber; Union, Mr. G. Greer; Wayne, Mrs. N. E. Adrian; Liberty, Mr. B...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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