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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 6 September 1910

' 'JJ'"py' 'p. ;''"i! -si'-yt" 1 "tny.- flfwi7njnpij t. -iFi,rTr '" "ro-JvpTfl-r- rrrf- j up-1. 7r--T f AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, i010 .riga! f Hi 1 S WOI EN OF MIDDL1 Need Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Brookfleld, Mo. "Two years ago I Was unablo to do any kind of work and oruy weigiicu lis pounus. mv trouuio UillUa UilCK bU II1C timu that women may expect nature to bring on them the Change of Llfo. I cot a bottlo of Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com pound and it mado mo feel much better, and I havo contin ued its use. 1 am very grateful to you Yam now enjoying." Mrs. Sahah Lousionont, 414 S. Livingston Street, Jirookfield, Mo. ' .The Change of Life is tlio most critl cal period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remem ber that thero is no other remedy lmown to incdlcino that will so suc cessfully carry women through this Irying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, ...

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. — 6 September 1910

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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. — 6 September 1910

Mi yyJlWW-yJy n t?!WWISySyj 'fS? t V'UBVyyyiWWJ - wr - tt-T"t n r rwynirr " "rm" -- -ri'- fjwr- ......i JTOHowt,' T' "WW75t PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1010 JL iPi l I' IK hi. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor JSoaxxl- w oolaii-y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.59 per yen Entered at the Ml Vernon, 0., post Illce aa second clow mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atleo Pomcrcno. Supremo Judges Maurice If. Donahue, Jamcfl 'Johnson. Attorney General Timothy S Hogan. Bccrotnry of State Clian. P. Graves. Stato Treasurer U. S. Croamor. ' Clerk Supremo Court Frank McKcan. Dairy nnd Food Com. S. U. Strode. ' School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Publlo iVorks JjVV. States. Congressman William WD Sham. Circuit Judge Ilobert H. Shields. State Senator Wolland D. Gray. ItcprCBentatlvo Samuel It. Clotslmll. Clerk of Courts Chas. W. Hayca. Sheriff Peter J. Parker. Auditor Irvln Young. Commissioners William Lewis, Lesrattd ...

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. — 6 September 1910

'TlLlrwww,lU'TffBf T-i ffff rfW - -HfT K TUESDAY, 8EPTEMDER 0, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIVK U jy . . VS FORMED Are The Linos For The Fall Campaign I.I 1 I --! Each Party Glioses An Exec utive Committee Judge Berry To Direct The Democratic Compaign And Judge Blair In Charge Of Republican tm.wr, ..ii The Membership Of Both Executive Committees At a meeting of ttyo Democratic County Central Committee Saturday, the eub-commltteo appointed at a pre vious meeting to recommend a list of P. A. BERRY Selected as Chairman of the Demo cratic County Executive Committee r names to constitute the county exec utive committee reported and their ' recommendation was adopted. The following is tho new County Execu Committce. Berlin W. H. Woodward. Brown Chester Beeman. Butler John Carpenter. Clay Chas. Blackburn. Martinsburg James Bell. Clinton Jud McMannis. College John Cunningham. Gambler E. B. Gorsuch. Harrison Peres Dudgeon. Hllllar C. K. Keadey. Howard EH A. Wolfe. Jackson C. L. V. Blue. ...

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. — 6 September 1910

f -..M-,.- PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1910 m O0O PEOPLE'S Sennon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn' Tabernacle. Qi Ooo Brooklyn, Sept. 4. I'rwtor Uussell preached today hi the Academy of Mu sic, our largest Auditorium, the "Tnb ernaele" being of liisufllcleiit capacity. no had a very attentive hearing. There were many Hebrews In the largo audience. He wild In part: "Coming events cast their shadows before." Startling shadows are all about us. A great change In tho af fairs of men Is Indicated and acknowl edged by all thoughtful, intelligent people. The world's pace during tho past fifty years astonishes everybody. New conditions meet us on every huud. The majority of books written half a century ugo along scientific lines are considered rubbish today. Rules and -customs and theories of the past, sup posed to be Immovable nud absolute, are abandoned as worthless In chem istry, In manufactures, In art, In ilnnnce nnd commerce. All these rhnnges necessita...

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. — 6 September 1910

i"ii ' l..". I LBjamBE 9SS Vi t4N"j X to & r TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1910 wuwmwi MiaouwM f it- !! J .. Former Officials For The Re cent Newark Riot Grand Jury Makes Report Thursday Afternoon Returning Many Indictments For Murder Mayor And Sheriff Are Mercilessly Scored Many indictments Returned For Rioting Newark, O., Sept. 2 Holding ex Sherlff William Link, ox-Mayor Her bert Atherton and ox-Chief of Police Robert Zlergebel responsible for tho lynching of Carl Ethrlngton on the eighth of July, tho special grand Jury made a sensational report here lato yesterday, returning 58 Indictments in 'nil. Of this number 25 aro for murder In the first degree, 21 for rioting, 10 for assault and battery and two for perjury. Five hundred witnesses were examined and tho jury was in session 27 days. Text of the Report The full report of tho special grand jury follows: "To the Hon. Charles Seward, judge of tho court of common pleas, Licking county, Ohio. "The grand jury of the court of com mon ple...

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. — 6 September 1910

- fjiWCmaKlWBW "3W ;WWfti'M'iui, HMi')ltfltfMirfl"""l'll'l1) t JTTTT'M Hal,H"..irB? jMrtimfaML: A PAGE EIGHT THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1010 ;i fl IM ! P. If n M ! f ii i V J. UCCESSFUL Applicants At Last Teachers' Examination The following Is the list of success ful applicants at tho teachers' ex amination held In this city Saturday, September 3: High School For two years Ula Johnson, Fred erlcktown and Annie Eliza Mowcry, Centerburg. For one year Michael Underwood, Howard; Eugene HuntBbcrgcr, Mt. Vernon; Elsie R. Studor, Frederick town; Mabel Smiley, Frederlcktown. Elementary For eight years M. C. Cummins, Bladensburg; It, L. Jones, Martins burg. For five years F. B. Levering, Frederlcktown; Olivo Hicks. Center burg. For two years Balmer Stout, Dan ville. For ono year Grace Burkett, Con terburg; Donna Hunter, Brink Hav n; Lucy M. Kaiser, Butler; Ethel M. Snow, Mt. Vernon; Cary Cotrell, Blad ensburg; Frank Greer, Danville; John Wolfe, Walhondlng; II. C. Vcntllug, B...

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 September 1910

-"SjfJF- In f ip ',,!l ., PRICE TWO CENTS -MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 No. 72 ESTABLISHED 1836 CARMAN TAFT REFUSES TO COMMENT Hears of Ballinger Incident on Return lo Beverly, IT 'New Pennsylvania Station Largest Structure Ever Built at One Time K V VW 1 f irv 'iV N Police Refuse To Columbus Detectives Arrest Against Parties Who Dynamited Streetcars During Progress Of Strike-Are On Trail Of Six Others On Similar Charges-Other Unionists Declare A Sympathetic Strike Will Not De Called "Columbus O., Sept. 8. Dynamiting outrages In connection with tho etreetcar strike resulted In four ar rests by detectives who have been Investigating tho cases. W. H.Haines of MIlo, formerly a motonnan In the employ of the Columbus Rail-Light company, and J. R. Ray, both being elated at tho police station for Inves tigation. The carmen's union mado an attempt to secure tho release of Haines, but was unsuccessful. If a I direct charge is not filed against Haines today tho -union will seek h...

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 September 1910

u.!, 1 1) , 'J TnfajflVVACfe .'.TJj. AGE TWO THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1010 Sflr.-VSTTySTBittfntU1 1'tirtasgrlinMnrfftroilrWm i n li'innnmi ram i fe lit? m;- u sn s ft WHEN you take photographs, in crease the cer tainty of getting best results by having your camera loaded with 'ANSCO 4 FHiM Then print or let us print your negatives with Cyko Paper and you will have clearer, softer, deeper, more artistic photographs. Splendid assortment of cameras, pure chemi cals, all ' photographic supplies. W. F. ALLEN DRUGGI8T 219 South Main 8treet & You Know : How you suffer after each meal from stomaen distress You evidently Don't Know tnat reuer is nam; or you wouldn't continue to 2 suffer. Just get a bottle of i Baker's Capsine , Elixer AND GET WELL Manufactured and Sold at Baker's Drug Store 8lgn, Big Hand; Lower Main it. L." No. 205 Mt. Vernon A Real QM Watch Thoro's dlBtlnctlon about ft Heal Gold Watch. It stands for char acter, merit, good tnato, lino judgment, rcllno...

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 September 1910

MWRVWVfHi iwwwuitwrtwwiiijj;mjiii i jwi imw 'ilH' iw. i,jiwwWTIIyfaf'p'wWlwyWW -'- - - --.MiiM K FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THItKK fourth DESTROYED The Story of the Short Ballot Cities A Scries of Articles on the New Commission Form of , Municipal Government , By RICHARD S. CHILDS ' ' By Fire Was Large Barn Near Gambler Quarterly Conference At Gay Street H. E. Church ARREST Of A Boy Who 'Is Only 15 Years Of Age In Connection With Martins burg Robbery To Be Given Hearing In Juvenile Court EXTRA HIAWATHA Teacher For The High School is Necessary On Account Of The Large Enrollment Assembly May Be Held At Glenmary Park hf f When Reports Of The Year's Work AreGiven And Officers And Committees Are Selected Discontinue Position Of Assistant Pastor Conference Convenes At Bucyrus On Sept. 13 Tho fourth quarterly conference of the Gay Street M. B. church -was held In tho church parlors Tuesday evening at which tlrao the business of the conference year was closed up, r...

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 September 1910

age eovn THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 I 1 ft ,K i'l i-' r s MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRVANK HARPER, Editor oxxxl -"VST o o IxJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Bubscrlptlon Rate IlifiO per yuft Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post ttlce as eocond claw mall matter. Copy of editorial taken from The Co luinbus EvonlngMilspatch of the Tuesday, Sept. C, 1910 Issue.) NO SWERVING FROM DUTY DY GOVERNOR HARMON Tho public attack upon Governor Harmon by the commlltoo appointed by somo of tho labor organizations has, as wo feared at the time the statement was issued, .made a very bad Impression nll-orcr the state. The committee, Intent on accomplishing something for tho striking car men, evidently nllowed Itself to subscribe to conclusions that wcro neither ten able nor fair. The union committee, among other things, put this Impossible proposition up to tho governor: That ho use his office and authority to force tho street railway compAuy to submit all tho demands of the car men's union to arbitr...

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 September 1910

rf " "" ,'h1""1"1"" " " -" f i r -I ii i n nn 1 1 -ny w -rmiiinnwi-ww jiiwri ;warOTn(MitrwinijMit'Jtiwwwtfiiiipiji FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Page Five r W. B. POLAND W" 'III 1 1! MONTHLY WARNING ir 1 1 1 i Oh Look h'rJ. T f l& V By A B. & 0. Freight JTraln Was Plait Smith Near Columhus Road Cross ing In South Vernon Body Was Not Mangled To Any- Extent Death Was Doe To Fracture Of The Skull Man Dad Been Drinking Be fore The Accident Piatt G. Smith, laborer, residing on Fountain street, was Instantly killed by a freight train on the B. & O. tracks In South Vernon on Thursday morning at about 3:30 o'clock. It Is supposed that' he was walking along the tracks early In the morning When he was struck by an east bound train. At about four o'clock, Harry Hayes, a flagman, was walking along tho track with tho Intention of flagging an 'oncoming freight train when he stum bled over some object between the rails. On examination, he found that It was the body of...

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. — 9 September 1910

lMWMVHWl1MMMMf nW4MM4fMNMWlpW'UR RtSTWWMUiiVMnAlH'VV3nn CWW?WTWBWP'ffJCWTii(irtMtfWPrt(nnW'"'wflVwnwfiii W M W ' fr ' I "H" f m v wiiMwuwiHiiiwwtidl ipmlm"" twivvm -KiHi THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 PAGE SIX In ff ! G, 0. P. GREEKS BEARING GIFT! o ooooo8oeotBoooooooeooosooeo0oeo8oo8osoeoa u o O o ' o e o O o o a o O o O o 9 o m a 0 Making Pretense of Their Love For Bryan Now o I DESIRE TO DISRUPT THE OHIO DEMOCRACY Harmon's Candidacy Rises Above Political Lines OJQ30BOBOBOHO000000OC0oeoeo0080009oeo0 irero is an oxtrant troni a poTincal artlclo publlsheil In the Ohio State Journal (Rep.) ot Aug. 28 that Is of special interest lo every Democratic Toter In Ohio: Dryan has Iocturod twice In Ohio since Uio Dayton conon tlon, at Franklin and at Buck eyo Lake. Each tlmo the .loffor son club of Columbus scut a dele gation to urgo him to speak at tho ox-roast celebration they planned. To each dologallon Dryan mado Uio same reply. Ho called attention to Har mon's having bee...

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 September 1910

,vw y-tvw' " FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1010 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAGE 8EVEN anraxRnmni . . 'xK kV I m ft WARNING Of A Shortage Of Gas In Columbus Is Issued Columbus, O., Sept. 7 This city will havo n naturnl gas shortage this winter If It Is as cold as tho satno sea eon a year ago, Is tho report of tho two engineers who wero appointed by City Council somo tlmo ago to ascer tain facts relative to the supply and consumption. Tho engineers Investigated tho plant and wolls of tho Columbus Gas and Fuel Supply Company and sub mitted their roport to Council tonight. It Is pointed out, that last winter 13, 000,000 cubic feot wero consumed In this city. This winter they declaro thnt It wlH bo ndcessary to furnish 20,000,000 feet to meet tho demands. Tho equipment to carry tho extra 7,000,000feet Is wholly Inadequate, tho report says. Several recommenda tions aro made, among them that thoso who uso gas In their furnaces should have them constructed so that they can bo changed for tho uso of coal ...

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 September 1910

jrtiwpwswwBCTwmwwuMm min iiuiwiMiiiiiimii" w imWniiLi Sttx ,jinnwHrHi ptflfc-- - fWWW(s ihlimnBWMtnuaaatnU MI9EC THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, OEPTEMDER 9, 1010 TAGE EIGHT WWJWiWSWWfllWKPp '4 V? I I 4 UNION GROVE Mfsa Jennie Fawcett 1ms been Spending a few days at Woostor, tlo guest of Ruth Gllmorc. Mr. C, A. L. Hays recently pur chased a farm near Jit. Liberty. Quite a number from tills commun ity aro attending the state fair this "week. Mr. Oren Fawcett and wife of Col umbus visited their parents over La bor Day. Mr. Geo. W. Hays and family vis ited Mr. John McKee and family Sun day. Miss Sallle Hanls, of Howard, and ber pupils at this placo will give a music recital at the Grove church Sat urday evening, September 10th, ' LaBt Sunday was the banner day lor the Sunday school at tho Giove thus far this season, thero being 200 present. Miss Hello O'Danlol, of Granville, Is visiting relatives in this vicinity. . Mr. and Mrs. VIorso Hagan visited relatives hero Labor Day. MUs Nannie 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. — 13 September 1910

Twr" "wj(Si i mi wi'iyi ini'.yytuj'mnyM. PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1910 No. 73 ESTABLISHED 1836 THOSE V SHAPED EVENING GOWNS. Dr. Crippen Faces Murder Chartfe Alone wmjpirali FOUND A BOMB CATHOLICS END BIG CONGRESS I S1 w Sensational Story In Capital City 'once , Lid en News. BUT FACTS LEAK OUT Suitcase Loaded Willi Dyna mite and-Glycerine. UNDER SPEAKER'S PLATFORM Policeman Standing on Corner Sees Car Blown Up With Dynamite-No One Seriously In jured. Columbus, O., Sept. 12. At police headquarters much mystery was thrown around the finding In Ooodale parlc, where Cdlonel Roosevelt made his speech on the car strike Saturday of a suit case containing, so reports had it, nltro-glycerlne, dynamite and gun powder. It wns found under a wing of the stand occupied by Roosevelt. No statements officially were to bo had from the police department, other than the announcement that thero was no dynamite or nltro-glycerlno In the package. It also was stated that the s...

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. — 13 September 1910

" -vT'v-rT'-T' , ir fjHliHHHHHiiMHHHiHIHHHMNHINHiHIHHHHII WW"""" 'Ui " '! jjy&,v'rfcvfrtrt VAQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER I.H.MIIIIMI i,...ii,i - ,- si-s n-i-n-TTTiiiiiir i ..,., .,.. .. ' -:-.... ;, i - t.w r-l3KBBBBBBBBlBBHBBllllM " J ' -.! ,. , . ' giiMn . - m.n M i-Tarr"r.iaMMaWaWSaEaiaWaWaiaWaWjaWaiawaWMIliraMawaWarar iwiuwwuwJiiwiiw'Hiii,ii.w,'M,t..M'imiMII'iWw Jwjimj. mu mniwmiMmi4mmMmmmiiim , hi i t . . . . I ' ' ' "a m" mi ii p - rf : ' -r- . '.- ..-r- .rf -T -- -. I I I I IIIIII.II I . I. I I I II ili i fKHII I I 1 ' "'M' ' T ""-ITmiT'r--I " " - ...t-- ..-- . TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1010 J t ' "" ' ' .. i , , ,, . ., M JV If . l J UJ l! . a vx urn I! ;-J 'a l I1. 1 . ' II n 1 - SI 3' H ft The Story of the A Scries of Articles on the New Commission Form of Municipal Government ; By RICHARD S. CHILDS R III. The Secret of the Success of the Commission Plan NO incro form of government will automatically produco good government. But forms can bo devised that will automat ica...

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. — 13 September 1910

1BpTfT'VTr'f -" A rVfW9T'VY'i' y? i in, ., H-ifMlS'TMwj,n'iii!wrii4i.a, TUE8DAY, 8EPTEMDER 13, -(910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER V PAGE THUKK wyre.! am jtj -n A V, M'" $k I CRUSHED Wqs Josepli Underwood's Foot Under Slreet Car When He Attempted To Alight From Moving Car At Corner Of High And Jack son Sts. Friday Night Joseph Underwood, a laborer, re siding on the Granvlllo road, South Vernon, was the victim of a most dis tressing accldont Friday, ovenlng at about 7:30 o'clock when a portion of Ills left fooot was crushed by a street car at the corner of West High and Jackson street. Mr. Undorwood had been to the states fair, Columbus, during the day and upon going homo he found his wife absent and supposing her to bo at the residence' of his daughter In the west end of the city ho boarded a west bound High street car. Wllber Bickcl was the motorman in charge of the car and according to his story, Mr. Underwood did not wait for tho car to stop at High and Jackson streets, but attempted to ...

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. — 13 September 1910

TLUtAliiJi r.i-. -unwrnp -nt izrB2r?mwmiii ty ytr MIUW ilUJIUWittrrw BB ,11 ,,Hiiw,qHI.My WfTt"'1" AManUM"! W PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, 8EPTEMBER 13, 1910 nrennn . u 5Efe 3&amtf. &10UNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor &oxxx- w ooXsJly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Mubscrlptlon Rate $11,63. por yon Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post bUIcq oa second clasi mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson .Harmon, Lieut. Gov. Atleo I'omcrcne. Supremo Judges Maurlco if, Donaliuo, Jniiieii Johnson. Attornoy General Timothy S. Hogan. Secretary of Btnte Ctuui. V. Graves. HUto Treasurer 1. 8. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court I-Vank MoKr-an. Dairy and Food Com. 8. 13. iUrodc. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Hoard Public Works-J. A. HUtea. Congressman William Q, flliarn. Circuit Judeo Jloberl H. .Shields. Htnto Senator Wetland' J? . Orny. Ileprescntallvo-ainue4 It. Ootshall. Clerk of Courisi-Clias. W. llayes. Sheriff Peter J. Parttor. Auditor Irvln Touwr. Commissioners William ...

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. — 13 September 1910

1 j"";11 nftvmammmimmmn IT ' I t. IUE8DAY, 8EPTEMBER 13, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Page Fv ,V rv w K SUIT Based On Foreclosure Of fclifliiics Lien Is Filed in Tiie Court Of Common Pleas Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice , Tho Sun Lumber Company has com. menccd suit in tlio court of common Dions of Knox county against F. A. Rogers, tho Contcrburg Building .& Loan Co., et al. Tho action Js based on a foreclosure of a mechanic's lien. Tho amount claimed is $458,33. The attorney for tho plaintiff In this ac tion Is Columbus Ewalt. o Petition In Error A petition in error has been filed in the court of common pleas of Knox county by Columbus Albln against tho state of Ohio. W. M. Koons & Sons aro the attorneys for tho plain tiff. o Administrator Appointed J. B. Oldaker of Utlca, has been ap pointed administrator of Adallno Sell ers, giving bond in tho sum of $1,000. Li. S. Itobinson"nnd L,. A. Stream aro tho sureties. The appraisers aro John .Arrington, Roger Roberts...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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