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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 13 September 1910

?-!" ' m-v,i ..I..I.CT ...ir-i ,i him y-i 1 n, jgg!8r"ilil ilWIM-jg" laMMUliU WMTT ',,,', 'J ,r ' -z 3 'JLi ...irMaWW' w wwi nwi'BMhMm wiiwki;;r; ,fa,MP(lliiUWP.M.WM HiHW' "''" mATY r i " m fAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, 8EPTEMBER 13, 1010 m 1.1 .1,, aniiii.nm i in hi ii.iiHimnu ii inini'n-f "' in irn mmianiiMl iii1iii nilirirm i n.i.ml.mii.iri m.p immnHwiiimmHiitl III luiinil n 1 1 i I n I in I HI III! HI . 'I i, N IH I $ Ooo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. iinmnnnm . ooo Portland. Mo., Sept 11. The Inter national Ulblo Btudents Convention Is In session here with an excellent at tendance and deep Interest manifested. Pnstor Russell of Brooklyn Tahernaclo delivered two addresses today, one be ing In Jefferson Thcntro. Wo report one of them from tho text foregoing: Threo weeks ago today Christendom was startled by a communication Which announce that tho Christian Allianco had lifted n collection of $00, 000 In a few mlnutcs-$300 In Cfcflh, ...

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. — 13 September 1910

VHB WWMlwWtf(WiffHijHWt)Mfcii wssrvm TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN V U" CHIEF DEINODY MAKES Effects Eight Arrests For Violation Of Rose Low A Very Clever Trick Turned By Dermody His Resignation As Chief Of Police A Fake Immediately Gets Busy Among Booze Dispensers And Rounds Up An Average Of One A Day Six Arrests For Keeping A Place And Selling m t i i mt While Two Are Charged Only With Selling Most Of Them Charged With Three Offenses Stiff Fines Handed Out By the Mayor P i i ""N Others Entered A Plea Of Not Guilty 4 ARRESTS MADE 4 J For keeping a place for $ $ the sale of Intoxicating II- J 4 quor, and for selling 4 J. Mrs. Beckcy Brown, W. Vine St. 4 4 Mrs. Jennie Dorsey, W. Vine St. .J. 4 John Smith, East Front Street. 4 J. Mrs. Matt ie Benson, E.Water St .$. 4 Mrs. Ella Sharp, E. Water St. 4 J. Mrs. Maud Krozler, E. Front St. .$. J. For selling .$. 4- Albert Wolfe 4. 4 Thomas Ralls. 4 kl -- -- T -. Tj -T- y - Za Za ftXfl aXa pvv f 1T I TIT JT TJi T...

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. — 13 September 1910

3&WJ7 A A,, j- -,- f ,r ra ' 'MW.W i f 'i Kinmaswfrri!",-- iM..,,. .li.,lWMmftM'lw qpTTuj ga'afiTtuTTit S5B3L MiUwiMumwetfnvMm-sSiiiroiiivfi tAGE EIGHT 1M1IIIIIM... Mil THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, 8EPTEMDER 13, 1910 --. .- ' I f. F. W. PLAISTED. Democratic Candidate For Governor of Maine. 'iTO I .SSf, ' ZT iLf s " a '$ tiVLAJ- ft... ?SSTis M-! V . t ' .- 'Ji. f.A. .S"Xfii- V .yS?!5 Hi' . rr ?.-,? ???:. m Mt r , r .'WV "lltt '. - i! PLAISTED SAYS Maine's Strenuous Campaign Gomes to Close, VOTERS HAVE THEIR SAY TODAY Both Parties Make Predictions or Victory at Polls Democrats Confi dent of Electing One Out of Four Congressmen and of Reducing Re publican Majority on Head of Ticket Hinds, Uncle Joe's Parlia mentary Clerk, Looks Like Winner. Augusta, Me., Sept. 12. Maine Is holding Us state election today after tho most strenuous campaign la quar ter of a century, and from a conservative standpoint It may bo said that tho stato Is In doubt and that thuro Is a possibility that one ...

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 September 1910

jBKSEfc&i JL 0JCt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1910 No. 74 ESTABLISHED 1836 til j "- ,jl r.v V TRADE TREATY NOT IN FAVOR Canadion Manufacturers Reciprocity ". Ambassador Bryce Waves Formality Of Negotiating Through British Embassy And Commissioners Will Deril Direct With Dominion Officials-Conference Not Expected To Dring Forth Tangible Results In Time For Ratification By Congress Beverly, Mass., Sept. 15. Nego tiations of a reciprocity treat be tween the United States and Canada will bo taken up In tho near future, President Taft having obtained tho consent of James Bryce, the British ambassor, to tho making of his country of tho formality of negotiat ing through tho British embassy. This will allow the authorities at Washington to deal directly w'th the Canadian officials. The permission of the British authorities was readily given. Actual negotiations for tho treaty will be begun soon after the president returns to Washington about the mldillo of Octo...

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 September 1910

-' --ri- r .-.. Mi- i i i 1 1 ---n-i" ' i -mi -i i ii - . j . . s- -mnaT?M ?S8EXRSV iwwwwawmwwwwstWWSaMlWiUJJMI SW -tt t(lir'"''fir1WTOTIinilll,liiiilrwrtiiinw.MiViijiii.. t -V. $; K 5 ' & ; ! f V m H i h ;i i f wt AOE TWO STYLES For Men Tlio. Coming Foil And Winter With tlio opproach of autumn, her alded by the cool breezes that play fully blow up your sleevo and whisk your Panama away toward soino dis tant mud puddlo, the straw hat moves on and gives place to tho more appropriate felt. Following in a small measure the modes sot by the Purl tans, the brims have increased in Width In both soft and stiff hats, giv ing a very pleasing effect. Among tho soft hats, brown is tho predominating color, and in stiff hats brown and black. In tho more ex pensive styles, a great number of im ported Velour hats are bolng sold. Caps aro coming In In loud Scotch patterns with extra long visors. The Scotch patterns prcdomlnato In tho now suitings. r-Theso are got up very attractively In soft go...

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 September 1910

w,lMf VX"I'! rj"" ' ' 'tt-f i i) im t pi fsrTO WRJPWP fmmmmummmimmmmmmtumfmm mm mm 'T"""i"wi!uwiiiwii,iymgiw SWJIIPIWWiHt FRIDAY, 8EPTEMDER 1C, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THUE & THE FAIR Opens At Hiawatha Park With Many Exhibits But With A Small Attendance At Opening I ! ! Merchants Of The City Have A Fine Display Live Stock Exlijbit The Best Ever Seen The Races To Be A Featurfc Of The Fair Tuesday marked the opening of the Knox county fair at Lake Hiawatha park for the year of 1910. Tho fair this year promises to far excel thoso of provlous years in overy way. A great deal more general Interest Is shown both by townspeople and by , the farmers than heretofore and with thoso sentiments, tho fair c,annot help but bo a grand success. Tuesday was tho opening day and of course, tho crowd present consisted mainly of thoso making entries and those who aro preparing to furnish tho amuse ment entertainments for tho groat number of patrons who will bo pres ent during tho remaining t...

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 September 1910

iTTifni"i ii "nr T1'1 7---mrTEJa" i .. ..n.i'i'. "' ' i i.i-miiihim . ii hiiiiihiii hi imi n"-r '"- wt KtTW t;flta!OWgWWiWLlMMhWnrtWlKyiwiiwiw "f!""!"' mvti ii MiKwn'Ummnyuw nmnnTmimwwiHMWMHiHiwir PAGE POUR THE DEMOOKATIO BANNK FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 16, 1910 - ,- ,- - MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor &o txxl-',S70ro33SLl-jr 6 MONUMENT SQUARE tubMTlDtlcib Kate tUJM por yon Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post btticr ii8 second 'das matt matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Ijlout. Oov. Atlec Pomercne. Supremo Judges Maurice Ii. Donahue, James JoIiiimoii. Attorney General Timothy S. Hosan. Becrctnry of State Clias. P. Grave. State Trcnsurer I). S Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court frank McICc&n. Dairy nnd Food Com, 8. II. Hlroflp, School Commissioner I'rank W. Milter. Board Public Works J. A. Statcu. Congressman William G, Shorn. Circuit Judge Robert H. Hlilctas. Btato Senator Wrtlanfl D. Grpy. Hepreacntntlvo SntmiDl It, Uplshall. Clerk of Courts Clias. Yf. II ayes, S...

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 September 1910

nmmsmmfmwMmvw ' "in 'I'iiiiilMWI V' FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER page ttvm. 5. ESTATE FLASH CONQUEROR Of Confederate Raiders Jill Attend Fete CATARRHAL ASTHMA. Made By Rev. F, I, Johnson At Conference n j i jii I f;pwiMiW!iwwifya H iri ii ij i imhiii W'iiMi,wi Bjfjm jjh. ), n u; '; mmmmw RACES BREF (EPORI Ono Bottle of Pe-m-iia. The Intorestino Fcoture Of The Fair Wednesday The Pace Event Proved To Be Most Exciting Left To His Sweetheart Who Lives in Danville Recessed Session Of The City Council Is Held In Tin; Pan Was Republican Senatorial Convention IV s And Several Hoots Were Re quired In The Trot Additional Exhibits Brought In On Wednesday The Attendance At The Fair Is Quite Lorgc Wednesday, the second day o tho Knox county fair was far better in all respects than Tuesday, tho opening day. Everything having been placed in readiness for ovcry kind of amuse ment and pastimes, there wns nothing lacking to make It a big day. Tho weather was grand from morning un ...

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 September 1910

fMWtiWlfcM. r.jrr " fc I" 1 in ii hiwmwi. Bnwunwi .n?wgrftawtnw jwwjjj,i mimUKlUOSSi. frsKwfsKK; 232 JWrtjtiSW; r 1 fAGh MX THE DEMOCRATIC BANtfER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1010 f f" mwih MJi wiMHMiiimyiMirawuwiiii m ma M.I IN HWM HIP L.-,t-. JW ' - in i .ij iiurjii mill i n.i - t- . - .fT" - i'TJT'i i hTmT fc7TiTfTlTln1il mt iMWMMiMMitWvitoii A w iijf. i f r J s A U s r 4 i f, i DEMGGRATS Win IT IN Carry State For First Time in Thirty Years, PL"0TC.n ELECTED GOVERNOR Has Plurality of Something Like 5,000 Votes Lea'slature Is Also Strongly Democratic, Which In sures Retirement of Senator Hale to Private Life Prohibition and Tariff Important Issues in Cam paign. Portland, Mo., Sept. 13. Maine, which hau been solidly Ropubllcan for SO years, lias clcotcd a Democratic gov ernor, Frederick W. I'lalsted, by about 5,000 plurality, bosidcH two Democratic congressmen, aud possibly a third, leaving but one llcpubllcnu and also elected a Democratic legisla ture to fill fjio vucany cauRcd by the e...

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 September 1910

Bsjsji tmmmmmmamBmmarSii,'- v,. 'K FRIDAY, OKPTEMBG.. 10, 910 ammrmtmwr mwpiwtmn n ma wjm.u.nimwiMKzmMxnmmiTrmmrnm'UpmmTmam COUNCL Holds' A Brief Session After A Long Adjournment And Incidentally Inquires Into The Business Of Board Of Review Of City Of Mt. Vernon And When They Are Going Over VorkOf Assessors An Adjournment Taken Until Wednesday Night The city council met In regular ses sion in tile council chamber on Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock with Pres ident 'Edward Devor in the chair. All members wero present except Mes srs. Cole, Dowds and Farrlson. The minutes of the last threo meetings of tho council wero read by Clerk Me Iutlre and accepted as read. A bill of ?20 from Humane Officer Jacob Lybarger was presented to tho council. Mr. Jones moved that tho bill, which was for salary for tho month of August, to bo paid as well as tho bill of tho humane officer for tho month of April of, this year. Tho mo tion carried. A bill from County Recorder B. It. Parker was presented to t...

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 September 1910

'$""h- L,lt--J-, H'-X- -?"" Htpfm gcogM..! -"-, mwwilWMIwlUWmiHHIHHUJUWMI m&wvmm Kninn iimiMiTivcaasgt AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, 8EPTEMDER 10, 1910 IS r i f r i'i I;; ? t i I ( I F ! i i WOMAN ON TRAIL , OF BRICK TRUST Secures Indictment o! Four In dividual Members. CANTON MAN IS IN THE LIST Federal Grand Jury at Chicago Stops Chase After Beef Packers Long Enough to Try Concerns Accused of Forming Combine Contrary to provisions of Sherman Anti-Trust Law Alleged Combine Maintained Headquarters In Windy City. Chicago, Sept. 1C. On charges ot conspiracy In restraint of trade, a vio lation ot section 1 of tho Sherman anti-trust law, the federal grand Jury indicted the chief Individual members and firms of tho so-called brick truBt. Four Individuals and threo corpor ations were named In the Indict ments nnd bench warrants wero Ie sued by Judge Landls. Tho follow ing Is a list of the alleged con spirators named as dcipndnnts: D. V. Furington, president of tho Purlngton P...

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. — 20 September 1910

iff " "" I " 'l ' I ' 'S - j PEICE TWO CENTS " ' v ' MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910-No. 75 , " ESTABLISHED 1836 ' .ill ' IUPIMC Q All OP ' I ed W. Planted. Mn7t I BIG DITCH TO IDIITQ "nil! IMM II LIMlllU tJllLUli - Democratic Governor In Years BE FORTIFIED I U 1 0 UlllLliULil if J SHAATH RAPJAS FSPFfM rmknUtmm lip at tiirTlAN If I uilUUlu lull lllil r, ;.; jgP"- jJ2Wt4h For S2,0D0'0011' "' MJulIUll U I " --- mk..- - ;rw.f treaties are not effective mli k Goes llirougti Niagara Whirlpool In Motor Boat Caption Klaus Lersen Of Cleveland Starts In Eighteen-Foot Craft From Maid Of Mist Dock And Steers, Straight For Seething Maelstrom-Is Buffeted About By Angry Waters, But Emerges. WithoutMishap Engine . Goes Wrong At End Niagara Falls. N. Y., Sept. 19. After demonstrating that a motor boat can safely pass through the whirlpool rapids and whirlpool, Captain Klans Larsen came to grief In his little launch, the Ferro, between the whirlpool and Lewlstdh. Tho engtno did not work ...

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. — 20 September 1910

. 7 r- ' - .- I'-v-t: r rrxli----WW!-. iwwiwi-i.'!WfwwwJj'rn'jiw.tittJu;ff WWliWnM,iufiwmrtpaiiiritTttKtnsS AOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 ii t ii if t. ! i: u u JUDGE SUMMERS Candidate for Supreme Court Justice on Republican Ticket. ALLEGES LEACH IS OUT OF TERRITORY Attorney General Takes Up Case of Inland Boatmen, Columlms, 0., Sept. 17. In a latter to Collector of Internal Hevcnuo Leech of Cleveland, Assistant Attor ney General John A. Alburn asked by what right he urrested ami cuuBed to bo fined 22 launch owners at l'or tago lake early In the week. The fines which wero assessed against the owners amounted to D, COO, and although they have not been Staid as yet, they amount to moro than tho entire outfit of launches are Trorth. Mr. Alburn Is of tho opinion that the collector oxcecded his authority Is the matter, ns the arrests were made under tho lawn governing the jjreat lakes, whllo Portage Lake Is owned by tho state of Ohio, is nn artificial reservo...

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. — 20 September 1910

nr v "'jj ivT" TrV"s Tf"w vkJaj " p -r7 ynra,vxwv!Lyas2 TUC8DAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1610 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THhEfc; fMuitmswtmunaiwMftn'swmmw'&iiii k w i TRACK Record At Lake- Hiawatha Park Was Broken In The Free-For-All Pace Friday Afternoon When Beaut Kennedy Goes A ' Mile ID;2:08 1-4 The Finest Racing Ever Seen At The Park The Fair Closes With A Large Attendance The Knox county fair closed on Fri day evening. This was theclosing of one of the most successful fairs that Knox coun ty has ever held and every Inhabitant of the county should feel proud as It could hardly be excelled by any. Ev ery day, beginning with Tuesday, was blessed with the finest kind of weath er and there was not n hitch In tho plans of tho committee that caused the Interest or welfare of the great event to lessen in the least degree. Every amusement and pastime, stand or resort was patronized almost to' ca pacity during the last, threo days and not one person was heard to complain or oyen niurimnyi dis...

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. — 20 September 1910

' -'"a- ! - . 'iiwir-ifper - 1 " - - tlLiiiJfcMMlMjUMMMmMaM(r2MCl -f""""''"- r . , jrf ys-. ' T 1 t .I.UiirftifrVJi1'-! d,itliirfiwl"'W " '" ' " " sjuiOJi, mw mmkmmBMHNHKS' SnniwwMfBjRHn tttecwgwaaawgs W frUft ft ffi fffiCiiw ffsBcc::: nMuRVfttacp""' rtWMDK PAGE FOUR TPIE DEMOJxvATIO BANNER. TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 20, 1910 JUUUHWUMUH on mSf h I ? K M I? ft t -,& MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Soaan.l-'VSroolsJl.'y- 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Uubscrlption llate $li0 por yoa Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post tZlco as eocond clou mall matter. DEMOCEATIC TICKET Governor JuJson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atlee Fotnerene. Supreme Judges Maurlco It. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy 8. Hotran. Secretnry of State Chas. P. Gravos. State Trcasuror D. H. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Frank McKcan. Dairy and Food Com. S. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Public Works J. A. Statos. Conercasman William Q. Sharp. Circuit Judge Itobert 8. Shields. State Senator Wei land...

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. — 20 September 1910

' "Wimw-jlt-S l''"ft"WWM'llM "? 1 u u1 m ju,i ywi mi i' 'U) wawiMMm,v j" ji; mw'jinunu I..', m.ii.imiiwuDpiin,, TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PACE FIVt - !" -w -" f RDM Of A Double Elopement From This City Am) That Parties Are Now In Arizona Tiie Women In The Cose Are Harried There Is a rumor In circulation that two young men of this city, who are very well known and two women, al so of this city, eloped somo time ago. leaving the city In a peculiar manner. It Is said that abont four weeks ago, the two couples decided to olopo and after a while, decided upon a singu lar plan for leaving the city without causing suspicion. The two men, both of whom are married, are said to have cecured horses and took a horseback rldo, but did not return. They went to a neighboring town and ooarded a train for Chicago, where they were supposed to meet the women, who wero to follow a week later. It is supposed that the latter two missed connections somehow and did not show up at th...

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. — 20 September 1910

jBW.ynrfwryiWi,MWij WftW H' r. -Ji '.. .iJ.k..i...;aeiffi WRnWlH)VJBWHmEaHiBV)MVVManUBKMtHinpwWaM t-W "'TtTW PAQE 8IX THE DEMOCRATIC BASTNER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 KMUmiAnMlMMmMMMmMTBM qWBWWHUliWLBWIWMm WBiaiiMuajn wjw wuamxm f --Ooo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Ooo Detroit. Mich.. September 18. Pnstor Russell ot Brooklyn Tabernacle preach ed twice Lure todny to the local branch of the International Ulblo Stu dents Association. Ho had un excel lent hearing and largo and Intelligent audiences. One address was entitled "The Great Hereafter." Tho other wo now report. Thu speaker Bald: Our text lias not yet been fulfilled, but we believe the beginning of its fulfillment to be near. It pictures Mes siah's Kingdom, for which Christian peoplo havo long been walling and praying, "Thy Kingdom come; thy will bo dono on earth as In heaven" tho samo Klngddtn for which tho Jews bo long waited and aro still waiting. Our text relates, not to Uid spiritual ...

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. — 20 September 1910

rftftlfittfr.iiiwwi, m ii rt$wj$mmmjm ' Tutti 'f''''fT5r'r5TtHy:ff rvwTr- 'nrrryniwjwpTi, pr . Do TUESDAY, 8EPTEMDER 20, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE OEVEN iimmiiiiiim amMiiuiiiiii ilmuiui iim yiwwiwjiiiimi ly 1s i B OP Ncely Delivers An Address At Conference Bucyrus, O., Sept. 1G Tho Northern Ohio Conforenco of tho Methodist church opened toduy with tho nddress by Blslmp Ncely, followed hy a brief business session, Rev, II. S, "Powell, Superintendent of tho Sandusky Dis trict, and Nov. II, J. Key, of tho Woos ter District, niado roport for the year. Reports were given from conference evangelists, Including foreign mission aries. One of the most touching and inter esting features of tho conference were short addresses from superannuated ministers, Tho evening session was devoted to tho Freedmnn, which was handled by Dr. E. II. Graham, mid the publishing by Dr. It. T. Stevenson. COURT HOUSE NOTES Guardian Appointed ' Victorllla McMlllcn of Danvillo has been appointed guardian of 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. — 20 September 1910

xinimmixmfifMm wirtfwi(stttwaBSI fAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 v$ tt I" 11 i S. R. VAN ZANT Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. WILL MARCH UNDER STARS AND STRIPES Old Boys In Blue and Gray Plan Big Reunion, Atlantic City, Sept. 19. If present plan's 'nro carried out, tho forty fourth annual encampment 'o: tho Grand Army of tho Republic, which began its sessions today, may bo the last. Tho comninndor-ln-ohlcf, General Samuel Van Zant, declared that ho hoped to attend a great na tional encampment next year when Eurvlvors of- tho civil war, whether they be of Lee's or Grant's, Long street's or Sherman's army should rally around ono great campflro and hold forth as brothers and Americans In pcaco and harmony. Hardly had tho applauso following these words died than a Confederate soldier, General Hilary A. Herbort, formorly socrctary of the navy In tho Cleveland cabinet nnd during tho war a momber of tho staff of General Robert K. Lee, aroso and dec...

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 September 1910

T7rrij yfvroi'?r4tA'rKgt'? '"tirimmmiftMiiiitimi0i,.i ' ""?? fp;T'v-f'-" -tJT TT"' t- T'VJYtW''rJrr- twmmmm0mmJmmmmiitMk TM- fl r 1 Ml MWEEJUl SPfe ik '.w apjem0jtfat mfefilf 1tlr M ,f- , K & .. . ;) PRICE TWO CENTS FORTY TWO WRECK Two Oars Meet-on liiarp Curve. TWENTY ARE INJURED Victims Were Trolley Riding to Fort Wayne Fair. BODIES HORRIBLY MINGLED Pathetic Scenes Witnessed as . Relatives Identify Their Dead and Injured By Clothing and L Jewelry-Wreck Due to Mis , understood Order. Fort Wayne, Ind., B,ept. 22. In tho most disastrous traction car wreck that has marked lnterurban traffic since the system was established, 42 persons weie killed and 20 or more seriously Injured when a southbound limited and a northbound local car on the Wabash Valley lino collided near Klngslaud, north of this city. Tho accident occurred on a short curve, and many of the bodies were so mangled that Identification is ren dered slow, if not In some cases Im possible. Tho identified dead are: Willia...

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