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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 August 1910

i 1T"TT j- -rpt-r-'5l.fT--wr;Tl' T - HJPTff ""' PAGE 6IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910 A ABSENCE IIIASI1 Interest Attaching To Teach ers' institute .'1 i John Brown's Memory Is Honored by Kansas Women Of Huge Size Being Harvest ed At Orrvilie Of (irand Army And Kindred Organizations Sept. 2 Gave Way And Workman Fell To Ground Of Her Husband For Over 25 Years VPT" lnp"f-r ipt' w? it- i ONION CROP CN1C CAFFOLD K i I. Is The Cause For An Action For Divorce Being Brought Tuesday By Mrs, Sarah I Davis Land In Vernon Estate Sold At Public Auction Other Items Of Interest At The Court House Sarah E. Davis has commenced suit in common pleas court against Win. E. Davis, asking for divorce. Sue al so desires to bo restored to her maid en name, that of Varner. Mrs. Davis states In her petition that alio married the defendant on Oct. 8, 1877, nnd that two children wero born to tliom, Septimus J. Dav is nnd Bertha J. Funk. She alleges that her husband has been absent for moro than...

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. — 26 August 1910

mmmmmmmmmm " "-fwrryfi 'mipfiffm'vmvi0mf i Twffffy ""mm WI7TjlyUl' rvyrwwe-r-wfnr r ww(i nfw n T WT Tirrfr " TT-ffrvf 'tt tv ' ' y wywrv ' u j ' ' y v "' pmj wjw ir7yWT' n vpnffln ? "v"1 FIJIDAV AUGUST 26, 1010 THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER lAGE REVElS iiwiiiiiiiimw 'j m L wjtwri:ifMmjMmimm mtmtrmwnmimvrnw uimwtw mrnfmjiwjiLfmmtimif9jmtHwuutvm'm'rravumuftmm Ohio State Fair Speed Course, Where Fast Steppers Will Battle For Liberal Purses, Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 1910 wmmmmmmmmmmmm , SHORT LOCALS Earl and Harry Seavolt liavo gone to Cloveland to visit friends and rel atives. Mr. J. J. Taylor went to Akron Tues day morning, whero he will accept a rosltlon. ' The degree team of Pocahontas Is requested to meet at the hall Satur day night. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tappan of Mans field spent Monday In Mt. Vernon with friends. Mrs. T. Y. Barnhlll has gone to Mt. Vernon for a few days' visit with friends. Mansfield Nowb. Miss Mabel Wythe and Miss Amy Ogg left Tuesday morning for Clove land to spen'l several ...

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. — 26 August 1910

Kl fAGE CiGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANffEfc FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1p10 fMWUMMlXVMJm. 1 IW ,8 I! n Rl i $ H f RAlN AND SNOW i IN FIRE ZONES Dampen Forests and May Check Conflagrations, SITUATION MUCH IMPROVED flow Believed Worst Is Over In the Northwest and That Burned Dli- i trlct Will Be Confined to Present Areas Fires That Were Creeping Toward Yellowstone Park Quenched by Nature Latest Estimate Places Known Dead at Seventy-five. Helena, Mont., Aug. 2G. Nature Is largely responsible for the change (or tho better In th forest flro situ ation throughout the northwest. Light rain and snowfalU havo damp ened tho timber and thus permit ted the fighters to fight tho fires successfully. The -winds have also moderated In marked degree, and It is now apparently certain that tho fireB will be confined to the areas al ready burned over. Aside from tho ninny reported dis asters to foreBt rangers, the forest officials both hero and at Missoula de clared that, at a conservative esti mate, about 75 men, w...

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. — 30 August 1910

-.- i-ary- ---".'Vi-jF5t7wffjajgiway''--T '' M lit ,i. klL i' fi '.' !)v ?: PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1910 No. 69 ESTABLISHED 1836 wtvx&tvtilic Jlkiwxtt. rji URGES HARMONY WHIN PAR President Tatt Writes Letter For Use In The Fall Campaign Contributes To Text Book-Document Virtually Takes The Place Of A Party Platform In The Congressional Campaign-Only Guarded .Reference Made To Any Factional Strife-Large Part Of The Letter A Review Of The Work Of The Recent Session Now York, Aug. 29. President Tatt has written for use In the Republican congressional campaign text-book a letter In which he urges all Republi cans to forget their differences after the nominations of their party have been made and to unite In trying to eleot Republican nominees, and thus insure the further carrying out of platform promises. The letter, addressed to Chairman "William B. McKtnley of tho Repub lican campaign committee, was mado public. It virtually takes the place of a party p...

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. — 30 August 1910

V 'Vr t- vmtfiMmmwMnimnituMatiirniM-lrrriiTriiBYz - VT jfiEjacSBiBHKSt- THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, AUGUST 30, 1910 IUIU l 0 If-' i' SCALDING Hot Contents Of Kettle Of Poured Upon Body Of A Little Boy B I ! II II I Burning iiis FlesVi In Terrible Manner Child Had Pulled The Kettle From Table Will Fortunately Escape With out Serious Injury OYS SHOT With Air Rifle By Companions At Utica Martinsburg, O., Aug. 20. Marvin, tho three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snyder, residing about ono quar ter ot a mile east of Martinsburg, was the victim of a terrible accident whilo at play Thursday morning at nbout ten o'clock. Mrs. Snyder, the child's mothor, was busily engaged In can ning peaches at tho timo and having left tho child on tho floor near by to nmuso hlniBclf, went on with hor work, paying no particular attention to him. Having become tired of play ing with his toyH on tho floor, Marvin bvldently decided to investigate and find out what his mother was doing and ho dragged a lar...

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. — 30 August 1910

!5 fiWWIWWWi I'ltpSW'" -- nrrwvr'-rfrnvi;'ni.'Wiiifir TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THnEi rf CLOSNG Session Of Knox County Teachers' Institute Held At High School Auditor ium Friday Prof. A. W, Dorr Of lit. Ver non Elected President SecHarris Reported 159 Mem bers Of Reading Circle Borden Endorsed For Nomi nation For State Senator The closing session of tho institute of tho Knox County Teachers' associ ation Friday afternoon was opened by ' singing, Mrs. Baker being in shargo. Prof. Darbour's subject was "Can Literature bo Taught?" a subject that has caused much discussion among tho great educators of tho time. Many of them claim that it can not, their reason being that it depends upon the emotional and intellectual nature of tho individual. Prof. Barbour said that he belioves It can be taught. Thero is artistic expression in all literature, ho said, which appeals to tho imaginative intellect, tho cultivated ear and tho sympathetic Heart. As for tho intel lectu...

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. — 30 August 1910

THE DEMOCRATIC BAXTER AGE POUR TUE8DAY, AUQU8T 30, 19fB Ri- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ao3txsdL-"'57CrooiiLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubBcrlptlori Rate 1163 per yoa' Entered at the ML Vornon, O., post tdttlce at second clou mail matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atlco I'omcrcne. tJupreme Judges Maurice If. Donahue, Jiunos Johnson. Attorney General Timothy S. Houan. Secretary of State Chas. P. Graves. State Treasurer 1 H. Creamer. Clerk Supreme Court Frank McKeem. Dairy and Food Com. 8. 13. Btnxlo, School Commlasloner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Public Works J. A- fitatoa. Conereoaman Wllllofn G. Sliarp. Circuit Judge Kobcrt 8. Shields. Stuto Senator Wetland D. Gray. Representative Hilmuel It. Gotnlmll. Clerk of Courts Clia. W. Ilaycu. Sherltt-Poter J. Partccr. Auditor Irvln Tbunnr. Commissioners William Lewis, Logrand IlrUton, Tlu-odoro M. Dill. Treasurer Lloyd M. Hell. Itecorder llenj. U. Parker, Surveyor Arthur C. Wolfe. Prosecuting Attor. II. 11. Fcr...

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. — 30 August 1910

- Trti i"ir tf1 ri" TUESDAY, AUQU8T 30, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE Wfc DECREASE Of Incendiarism Shown Re cently in Ohio Figures Indicate Only 84 For The Year Difficulties That Confront State Fire Marshal In Making An Investigation Of The Fires Co-Operation Of Public Should "Clean Up" Ohio The first five months of the current year havo developed only thlrty-flvo fires In Ohio of undoubted Incendiary origin. That averago of seven per month If kept up throughout the year will establish a new low record for this state In fires of this character. The low number Is remarkable and fully as gratifying as It Is remarkable. These figures should Indicate for the year a total of only eighty-four In cendiary fires, whereas the lowest pre vious record since the organization of tho department was ninety-seven In the year 1D05. It was in the early part of that year(1905) that the investiga tions Into the operation of tho "Wil liams County Gang" began to bear fruit In the prosecution and convic...

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. — 30 August 1910

'" J ) i tmOTHMMI SB. PAGE SIX niniiiiinnni.iniMfi !'. i.MK.t.itqQ people's !lit fiSjtwCx ccrmon by MnSJ CHARLES T. f RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. t$ : 9 in hi in i i i i i iQOO These words from tlio lips of our Mnstcr, tho Great Toucher, liavo been grievously misunderstood. Tho teach ing of our Protestant childhood was to tho effect that only tho saintly elect would go to heaven and that others would not only lose heaven, but gain an eternal life In torment. Thus our text was understood to portray what practically tho whole world pf mankind' would bo compelled to endure. This "hell was pictured to our childhood minds from outside tho Itlblo as heated to a whlto heat. If wo expressed won der or surprise that nny human croaturo could enduro such conditions so long the nnswer was that God would exer cise his omnipotent power to malco ua flrc-proof nnd pnlu-scnsltlvc. Some theo logians of the Thomas a Kompls school of thought went bo. far ns to plcltiro tho poor creatures In th...

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. — 30 August 1910

w"iwj T,T''55"Mrl TUE8DAY, AUGUST 30, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNElt PAGE SEVEN UKumn vrannjuutwuuiaarMmvm IIJJIUWI lUMimUJUIII WMffJI COMMITTEES On Nomination Of Officers And Resolutions Appointed At Friday Morning Session Of Institute Profs. Barbour And Cougiilin Continue Addresses Representee Of School Com missioner Zeliar Oiyes Short Talk Explaining The School Laws At the opening o Thursday after noon's session of tho institute of tho Knox County Teachers' association Krs. Iva Sproulo Baker rendered sev eral pleasing selections on tho piano and also sang two solos. "Literature a Recreation for the Tired Teacher" was discussed by Prof. Barbour during tho first hour, lio said that ho would use tho word recreation wjth two meanings and pronounced differently, rec-reation re-creation. Ho discussed tho neces sity of rec-reation first, saying that thoro is no class of pooplo who need recreation noro than teachers. ThiB may be secured by physical oxercise, by Indulging in various games, b...

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. — 30 August 1910

SBE? " tltfWti fJfcbfll1tfMsaAMailtj II Iff I HIT Mill I -Hill 1 1 !! li II Hiill Hill JMWrt UmtW MTlWI,lHWI WtlWWWWWWWIIWMIlliiiSyM'irpMiiWlwwW"W" Vn'ivmmmmm&JAK&likjUtMP, 1122 -v - ' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1910 1PAGE EIGHT vwgMrr ,. ., , . . -t-- --- -. - .- -...... . . , , . t,-..- . , 1 1 i ( i In, SHORT LOCALS Eees 24c. butter 28c. Post cards 10 cents dozen at Perm's. Mr. Chns. A. Dope spent Sunday nt Lancaster with bis stater. dough for sowing machines. tf Mrs. James McVcry of Cleveland pent Sunday In tlio city. Gem Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf Mr. Thos. Fceney of Cleveland pent Sunday In the city. Sharp's for cut flowers, 8 N. Main. You will bo entertained with melod ious music every day of THE PAIR. Mrs. BIney Garrett of Lowell, Mass., is tbo guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard XJates. - Mrs. Frank Harper, and son, Ken etb, went to Chllllcothc this morn 'Jng to visit relatives for a week. Miss Agnes McCormlck left for Cleveland Sunday afternoon for a visit w...

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. — 2 September 1910

-?! w' ti- '' y -r rwt-s ' s MWHMHMM iiwiHji '-' .it PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910 No. 70 ESTABLISHED 1836 TRFnmMlmi ' iy w0mcjgf WtM0ttUlit mmntt "J NEW PROBLE Amerlcon People ino New Natl Kansas Speeches Of Roosevelt Held By Some To Mean That He Has Placed Himself At The Head Of A New Party-PoliticalCreed Of The Former Presi dent As Announced In His Several Addresses In The Sunflower State Kansas City, Sept. 1. Many thou sands turned out to greet Thoodoro Roosevelt on his arrival here today. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed. A parade and reception were features of the day, following which Roosevelt made a characteristic address. Owing to the tenor of the ex-presl-dent's speeches in Kansas and else where, many here profess to believe the colonel has placed himself at tho Many people here believe that as a result of his speeches In Kansas Roosevelt has placed hlmstlf at the head of a now party, and that his ad-, dross at Osawatomle Is practically the pla...

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. — 2 September 1910

THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 2, 1910 IfcJlllMIJMUlWWUHEj BWWJJWUIJMUi AGE TWO ! i I ! I "J ! ! ! f 4 i I J J. FItKDEJUCKTOWN .J. v j j j j j j 4 4 4 Mrs. D. K. Chenowoth nnd daughter visited relatives nnd friends at Wil mington, London nnd Plain City tho -past week. Mrs. J. V. Anders nnd Edwnid Cruto who attended n home coming at BloomliiRton Inst week returned homo on Monday. Mrs. Llzzlo Cruto returned Mon day from a visit In tho southern part of tho state. Mr. U B. Wngnor nnd family vis ited In Akron and Clovctnnd tho past Week. Miss Stella Cox of Mt. Vornon vis ited with Miss Bertha Jones tho past Week. Last Tuesday evening a delightful 'Sluraher Party" wbb held In "honor tot tho thirteenth blrthdny "of Miss "Wllda Rlnehart. Nino of tho girls wero entertained over night and olovon took breakfast tho aext morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Day went to Cleveland on Friday last week where thoy wero guests of tho High School nlumnl which hold its annual reunl'on thoro on Saturda...

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. — 2 September 1910

. m. . mm . tttmwt- -iiiJrii(kVHIifHlR!Tu H v "T - ' r-V 5r .-. '" TVTJ n 'Jl'"- ...--"-jy-T '1 -T-'---t- FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 2, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THFIE z tfcll A J ECC1TRC Clark County Man lias A Queer Entertainment Burial Ground is The Scene Qf Tiie Gathering Friends Make Speeches At Side Of The Grove Pies, Candies And Cake For All At The Funeral Many Neighbors To Cele brate Unusual Event Springfield, Ohio, Aug. 31. Under the little, scraggy trees that cast a scanty shade on Grape Grovo ceme tery, an aged man, in a paint-spotted blouse and overalls marred by the wear of years, stood at the graveyard gate yesterday as ho welcomed 500 persons. "I'm glad to see you mighty glad," was the greeting to each newcomer as ho extended tho gnarled and knot ted hand with which ho had toiled throughout his life. "Come right in to tho cemetery and in a few minutes we'll all go over to tho grave." Days ago Fiaucls Marion Buff en barger ho who stood at tho grave yard entrance Issued in...

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 September 1910

miwfrWyJW'.lf vmffljwiM w1friwi.fc . I'E I Ml PAGE POUR wmiiii'umuuiimiim ? 3. . tf!W?.mr irfo.uk MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SJO3D0Ll-"WooljCJL- 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubacrlption Hate 11.60 pur yea Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post ettlce aa second cl&M mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gor. Atlco I'oinercno. b'uprcmo Judges Maurlcp It. Donahue. JnmoA Johnson. I Attorney General Timothy 8. nosaii. Secretary of State Clia.i. P. Qravcs. Stnto Treasurer D. H. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Frank McICean. Dairy and Food Com. 8. Ii Strode. School CommlHsloner Frank W. Miller. Board l'ubllo Works J. A. SUtCH. Congressman William G, Sharp. Circuit Judgo Uohcrt S. Shields. State Senator Welland D. Gray. Representative Samuel It. Gotahall. Clerk of Courts Clias. W. Ilaycv, Sheriff Peter J. Parker. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, Legrnnd Hrltton, Theodore M. Dili. Treasurer Lloyd M. Hell. Ilccorder Ilenj. 11. I'arker. Survoyor Arthur C...

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 September 1910

' o -prri'tTfl't uvf - 9-t - rMliWMiiwiWMumwiinOTniwnwwimiiiuHr i. ImmmMmw.mm'MHlum iiiiWi-Miu T FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV WTMB.W JtiaJ 11 T'flfPfiH"' V i a WLL Of Late Win. D. Woodruff Is Filed In Probate ' Gives His Entire Estate To His Son, James Offices At Court House To Close On Monday Pension Vouchers Won't Be Executed Until Tuesday Other Notes Of Interest From The Court House Tho last will of tho Into Wm. D. Woodruff of Hilllar township has been filed. Ho provides for tho payment of Just debts and funeral expenses, after which ho bequeaths to his son, James E. Woodruff, his 59-acro farm in Hllliar. The son Is named as exec utor of tho will, which was signed, August 7, 1903, In the presence of S. O. Qantt and J. K. Haiden. I o Offices to Close Monday being Labor day and a leg al holiday the offices at tho county court house will close all day. Pen sion vouchers will not bo mndo out at tho probate Judge's office or the clerk's office -until Tuesda...

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 September 1910

It Us PAGE SIX BURNED Was Morlflage On The Melhodlst Protestant Church At The Annual Meeting Which Was Held Sunday The Church Is Now Free From Indebtedness Wlicers For The Coming Year Were Elected The Report Of Ttie Pastor, The Rev. John T. Clack The annual buslncau, luccting of tlio Mulberry Street Methodist Protestant church was held Saturday afternoon, Aug. 27, at the chiir.cu. and waa well attended. The ineetlni; was .in unus ually interesting one. The following officers wero elected for the ensuing yenr: ClnBS Leader J. T. Hrown. according Secretary Mi s Taylor. Financial Secretary Mrs. a. r. C. D. Squires, Treasurer W. II. Turner. Trustees A. P. Taylor and C, II. Squires. Stewards P,(l, Maidls, II. C. dates. Clarence Stoylu, Chillies Iloyle, Leo Stofer, It. G. Hroek, D.ivld HccIer, V. U. Suttoni, Mrs. Val Setzlor, Mrs. Al llo Lewis tnnd Mrs. Cora Klllotl. Tho report of thu pastor and his Aiinunl address to the church was as follows: "To tho members of the Writ M. P. church: "d...

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 September 1910

r -n - frfrjn rt"11'll "F1 vi '"iivfia 1 ,fltfffiw?yy-iffi K FRIDAY, 8EPTEMDER 2, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER r Tf)oRoooaonooooooBoeoooooOOGoraooo8ooooooonooooroooo8ooeooooooooaoao (j)oooQofSoooeogooQoooeoioooooouowoeoooooeoou joaoaocoaoool imirHffirnrnnir,rnnWlflMtflttfiiftfHMi''iMH. im SiiasifiiflMMiiMMiiiMiii nniMMTBKJWik T" ''Hyli'nyywyr''--" )'. - vrnia ''" yir"W--;)SJi-V"TWW PAGE 8EVEW i IJIHI.WI.tSM II.I.1MII M II.MJ...1MnMw,.. ' ' H M 0 mm POSTPONEMENT OF OffflBO S MMMFCENT 8TATE air (if m I ,AIN OR SHINE, THE OHIO ULE. 80ME MEN BEGIN A NESS UNTIL THE JOB IS DONE. IN THE YEAR 1010 THE MOST SUCCESSFUL STATE FAIR IN OHIO VILL BE HELD. NO FAIR IN THE UNION WILL HAVE SO MANY EDUCATIONAL FEATURES'. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. CHEAP AND SAFE TRANS PORTATION FROM CITY TO GROUND3. THE BATTLE OF THE BREEDS BY DAY. THE BATTLE OF iTHE CLOUDS AT NIGHT. TWENTY-FIVE THOU8AND DOLLARS' WORTH OF HIGH CLAS8 EN TERTAINMENT AND AMUSEMENT. STREET CARS ARE RUNNING ON SCHEDULE TIME. STEAM CARS FROM UNION S...

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 September 1910

"TT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMDER 2, 1010 "PAGE EIGHT .wqfw ; ; r J f!l - l ,) I') K BJIM MJJL1L1 BilHUAUUJWt.'m JMIW8maWUiUiIMW K !! J !! !$ J!' "I ! , OMTUA1HT v ,, , 4. .$. .. .j $. j. j. 4 i Infant's Death Tho two-year-old son of Mr. and lira. William McClarcn died at tho homo of his parents In Green Valley on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. Tho funeral and Interment occurred Wednesday morning. Infant's Death The Infant Bon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer DcDolt died nt the homo of his parenta on Oak street on Wednesday morning. Tho child was three days old and Is survived hy his parents. Tho funcrnl and interment occurred on Wednesday afternoon nt St. John's church south of the city. Rachael Frazlcr Tho funeral of Miss Rnchaol Fraz lcr, who died Saturday at tho homo of Mr. U. C. Workman nt Buckeyo City, occurred Mondny nfternoon nt tho Progressive church in Danville. Tho Interment was made In tho private Workman cemetery. Tho solo surviv ors of tho deceased wero nieces and ...

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. — 6 September 1910

fffffVW- - t"r 7yt w-rv-7'-iicr'lTMj ' ' '"Ssjp" jemwroM PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1910 No. 71 ESTABLISHED 1836 3: ni-s-riyimyi). p-fr.f.-pfcypy-Fl-iyT, ffl ImMUtt- rfife CALLS COLON Fanatic Mounts Gathering Roosevelt Tabes No Chances, But Catches Intruder By Right Ann And Forces Him Back Into Crowd Merely Wanted To Know Who Paid Bills For Trip Through West And When Told Outlook Magazine Was Behind Enterprise Denied Statement And Said People Settled Fargo, N. D., Sept. G. Just at tne conclusion of Colonel Roosevelt's speech to the laboring men of the west at Island park, a rough, dlrty looklng man, wearing a battered derby hat and with a few days' growth of beard on his face, jammed his way through the crowd and de manded an audience with tho speak er. "I've a question to ask," he yelled, as he pressed closer to the colonel. "I want to speak to' you." Mr. Roose velt, thinking that tho stranger was n laboring man who wished to mako himself clear on some po...

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