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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 23 September 1910

TfirfrffirniMiimtitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiwiiMi'MiiiiiiwiiiiitirtiiiiiiiiaiiiiMiiiiii Mnmtttui HiiimiiiirMMiwniuniHW'wi U. ..H. , mKMMFWL ,M-4 .ri imn -!,., '"' TT m j"i. . .n i .!. rrnirwwvuu)V.to lil)JlW!WLjlUHUtM ,-,- 'PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910 EMnigitntBM:gJgrTiiJnifau-iunuJiugaiPJiJi'ftf J girvtpmTJBi minviU'wJMJ.HMxw iMpm hotim f 1 VI l M JUDSON HARMON OF OHIO "By SLOAJtE "Reprinted From "Rci)ieto of w "TELL, it's lust like this." said Judson Hnrmon of Ohio, toss I UK his pamimn lint on n convenient lounpo nnd Beating himself on the edge of n big tnble that occupies the center of tho long reception room ndjolnlug the gov ernor's ofllce. "I'm not the mayor of this town. I'm governor of the stato. If the local authorities can't cope with this situation the state authorities must. These soldiers aren't here to do pollen duty. But if n riot starts we'll put It down, you bet." , Baying which, Judson Harmon, gov ernor, strode Into his private ol...

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 September 1910

nn n w i itiMfrntmant i-i'HHN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THKM V ?' u ALL READY For The Democratic Cam paign Opening At Canton Elaborate Preparations Are Now Under Way Governor Harmon And Other Candidates To Be There A Big Parade Will Precede The Speaking A Large Attendance Is Ex pected Id The City Canton, O., Sept 21 For the flrst time in its history Canton is to lie honored with the Ohio democratic campaign opening, which will bo hold here Saturday afternoon, September 24, with Governor Judson Harmon, Atlco Pomoreno of this city candidate for lieutenant governor and Timothy, S. Hogan of Wellston, candidate for attorney general as the chief speakers. Although tho meeting will mean much for the Harmon presidential boom, yet there will be little or no national politics injected into the speeches. The Democratic central com mitteo has decided to have as -the speakers only the man for whom Ohio votors will bo asked to cast their bal lots at tho November electio...

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 September 1910

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1910 5ftSBtpiay MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor j goaaa.i-'Wool3Lly The Standard of Excellence 6 MONUMENT SQUARE subscription Rate s50 per yon. The Largest Shoe Store in Knox County SILAS PARR Phone 836 Black; 3 S. Main St. Mt. Vernon, O. Entered at tho ML Vornon, 0., post fcflico aa second class mall matter. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER . iTtfi, fl H,MIks. , d m, ' - fj xtfKMB W ' hv . nI KfeSTr. YisS JK ,JB38&. n HIHVs .JiAtr JSr H iJHHimfl V.,mi'- .IV ! I1 : l 3 : If 1 M nn H Kl m f.i w tl DEMOCRATIC, TICKET i Governor Judson ttoroioii. Lieut. Gov.-Atleo .Pambrchij. , Supreme Judges MauUed II, Donahuo, , JamcA.Joltriasn. Attorney Oenerai'-nmoUy H Hogan. Secretary of State qua. P. Graves. State Treasurer D. H. Creamer, Clerk Supreme Cotirt lrranlc MdCean. Dairy and Food Com.f-8 la. J Strode. School Commlssioner-tnKi' Miller. Board Public WorlM-rA. .SUiteB. Congressman William a, Hjarn. Circuit Judffo ItoBeri JJjmSIIIcUM. State Senator Wcllnilfl V' rnX"!...

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 September 1910

WJW?Mfc jvij uuiJujiumuxi,, wasx MJiliimuimim,uumtamiu0M mi.iwnix J.Jinuitiiumn.iiyyivrtiiv wMitiftm,v-,MtiimtMHt'iti i FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKElt PAGE HVK UHMHMUu SWK . GREATEST Sunday School Convention In County's History Which Opens At H. P. Church Onjriday Evening Addresses To Oe Given By Eminent Speakers Snnday To Be A Day Of jProfit And Delight dosing With A Mass Meet ing In The Afternoon Everything Is in readiness for tho greatest Sunday school convention In tho history of Knox county. Tho pro gram excels anything over before tho people of tho county both In scope of practical themes and In personnel of tho specialties secured. Tho opening session Friday evening sweeps' the whole Sunday school move ment. Wilson A. Holmes of Granville sketches tho history and achievement of tho movement, while Pros. S. D. Fess of Antloch college gives a vision of its future in its limitless possibility training for leadership in life. Saturday's sessons aro packed with vi...

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 September 1910

mimwmmmw:Twmsm FACIE 8IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 23, 1910 m iTA m is h COMPLETED Is The New Plant Of The Ht. Vernon Bridpe Co. And Inspected By A Com mittee Of Citizens Eepresenting Citizens' Asso ciation On Monday Company More Than Doubled Former Capacity A Description Of The New Up-To-Date Plant On Monday afternoon) a committee from tho Mt. Vernon Citizens' Asso elation consisting of a number of busi ness men of tho city, paid a visit to (ho Mt. Vernon Bridge Co.'h shops, which havo for tho past several months been under process of construction, Tho olllccrs of tho company requested the Citizens' Association, which had work ed with n will to secure the ?25,000 subscription for the bildgo works aft er tho llro last winter, to send a com mltteo to view tho work which lias been dono In completing the now plant and to satisfy themselves that tho money subscribed by the citizens of tho city, had been well used and to tho best possible purpose In oroctlug and equipping 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. — 23 September 1910

Bj'jj .fximhrmsmm-'vf w "'---;.-''lliliwnw t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER H PAGE 8EVEN PASTORS 9 ' Are Assigned By The North Ohio Conference Rev. Eiton D. Barnett Comes To lit. Vernon As Pastor Of The Gay Street M. E, Church The Rev. D. A. Morris As signed To Gambier Mansfield To Entertain Next Conference Bucynjs, O., Sept. 20 Just before adjourning last evening the appoint ments of the North Ohio conference wero announced. The Rev. Elton D. Barnett of Lor ain. O., was assigned us pastor of the Gay Street M. B. church at ML Ver non. Rov. D. A. Morris, who was former ly assistant pastor at Mt. Vernon, is made pastor of the Gambler church. The next conference will be held in Mansfield. Tho following is the complete 1st of appointments: Mt. Vernon district F. I. John son, district superintendent; Belle vlllo, Hoy G. Rogers; Centorburg, C. P. Mott; Chesterville, J. H. Smith; Conesville, C. M. Gay; Danville, H. A. Shook; Democracy, C. T. Goodwin; Fredericktown, Thomas ...

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 September 1910

MiWMfriM.i "ir - AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1010 wiiiKiaiWiiyiUiiiimiiiliiilililiWiiiii-fyjViT 5 I 1 ts ft H '. i i?v:jr-t Peruna Tablets Tested What aro Iho Fcrnna Tablots good for? Una anybody used thorn onougb to know what thoy will do? Bead tho following lottcr and seo. If you havo any doubt as to tho genuineness of tho letter, wrlto to Mrs, Lohr, cncloso a stamp for reply, nnd seo whether hor testimonial Is gonulno or not : Ravcnnn, Mich., Juno 10, 1003. Tho Peruna Drug Go. Iu regard to tho Pcrnna Tablets, I havo used about ten boxes In all. Whilo I was In Chicago my oldot daughter was bothered with a cough all tho time. Sho has hnd It for four years. Sometimes It would go away, and In tho winter time It was so bad that tho doctors and professors said that sho hnd consumption, and tho only way to glvo hor any relief was to per form an operation. I spend so much money for different medicines, nnd for doctors also. Noth ing seemed to help hor. So I saw ...

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. — 27 September 1910

,H..iiilVHM.ifr I-. - - TrtjtxaaKfttti1 'M aife PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1910 No. 77 1 ESTABLISHED 1836 Bfttittet; WtWL JvJV . TAFT GIV Mas For His Guests Seven hers Of Cabinet Difficulties That Beset Administration To Be Thoroughly Discussed For Next Three Days-Postal Banks, Changes In Nicaragua, Economies In Departments And Judicial Appointments Among Subjects To Be Discussed Washington, Sept. " 2G.-Aftcr an absence of nearly three months Pres ident Taft has returned to Washing ton, and this morning his official ad visers gathered at the White House for a three-day "bouse party." Secretary Dickinson is the only member of the cabinet not on hand to have his room assigned to him at the White House. He Is in Japan, and the president and tho other members of the cabinet will have to wait for a later meeting to hear from. blm. Is Unique Affair. -"ThJ5"Kree-day cabinet meeting is Colng to bo a unique affair. Old timers in Washington have been scratching the...

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. — 27 September 1910

VWWtTT TVT T ygy wwY',w-"njpvnp'j 'VtJrHU'Wt '""'"'r1 THE 'DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY 8EPTEMBER 27, 1910 IffAGE TWO """ - in ii i i i i -p i i niiri'i'iyi,., - "i ";ij ' 11.111 mm. i 'ii'ii.'i fn'.gi)nii.i;i...- . . ,,r ,,, . ... . -r,r niiwwimywfi ,, , ,, T n in i'""" .iii....i r ft roads" entering tho "city and thn crowd began pouring In at 7 o'clock. 'The lareest dolocatlon was from Cleveland, with Columbus n closo second. Governor Harmon irrlvcd arly from Mansfield, and spent tho time before tlio opening of tho Speak ing program In hearing reports from friends from all parts of tho state. Speaking at the Democratic cam Jpalgn opening at Canton, Governor Harmon dealt chiefly with tho more Important details of his administra tion. His entire speech follows: Two years ago tho Democratic par ity of Ohio again proved Us right to no classed as a useful political agency by exposing the wrongdoings end shortcomings of certain state of ficials and promising to replace them ("by honest and...

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. — 27 September 1910

liTP TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1010 W LI. lllll.lll II THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRKK V V I ,J i? k r ft I 1- 'r 's; M 1 W of tho city of liiclniiati ami 'runty of ll-mlit';i, ar.d again llppi'bM'.-an officials 1)1. chcd till) work by tin In Junction proceeding, and while this resolution wp.h ponding In both branches of the genorftl assembly, 1 was mot with constant and violent Republican opposition. Again, In 1008 It was a Republican Kovoruor nt tlio campaign opening at YoungBtown who gave a clean bin of health to every associate) upon hla ticket, notwithstanding the outrage ous disclosures that had been made la connection with the state treas urer's office. And who,' outside of these ofllclnls, were the bonollclarles of these Irregularities? Among them nono other than George U. Cox, yhoso hank was made one of tho spo clal depositories of the state. George D. Cox. He Is and ought to bo th'e para mount Isouo In this campaign. Cox, the man who more than any other Ohloan, dead or alive...

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. — 27 September 1910

PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY 8EPTEMBER 27, 1910 u if" B. J- rtl 81 S t- w ' r- V L-. f I- I L? i . r JV She SSmmgr MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Sorai-W oolsJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubncrlptlon Rate $li,5o per yon . Entered at the Mt Veraon, 0 post stfice as eecond cltuu mall mattor. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. LlouL Gov. Atloo Pomorene. Supreme Judges Maurice II. Donahue, James . JolinHon. Attorney General Timiuliv 8. llofran. Secretary of Btato Chafl. F. Qfavus. State Trenauror D. H. Orcamor. Clerk Supreme Court Frank McKcan. Dairy and Food Com. 8. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Mlllor. Board Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William O. Sharp. Circuit JudRO Robert 8. Bltlcldn. Stato Senator Wclland D. urny. Representative Samuel It, Gouiliall. Clerk of Courts Chiuf. W. Hayes. Sheriff Peter J. Pnrlcor. Auditor Irvln Younp. Commissioners Willlnm J win, Ijccrnnd Itrttton, Theodore M. Oil!. Treasurer Lloyd M. Urtl. Recorder BenJ. II. Pftr...

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. — 27 September 1910

E-frrfijmw!),1 nura mK 'tin pr W4'4rw,a rHfffMWW fc TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE dVR .;? . Mi V I m RETIRING Pastor Introduces The New Pastor, Dr. Barnett At The Gay Street H. E, Gburch Sunday Morning 4 m A Fine Sermon Delivered By The New Pastor In Which He Speaks From 1st. Chapt. 0 John Rev. Elton D. Barnett Takes Up His Work Here The Sunday morning and evening services at tho Gay Street M. E. church were conducted by Rev. Elton D. Darnett, the new pastor, who ar rived In the city on Saturday evening from Lorain, where he has held the pastorship of the First Methodist church of that city for some time. As usual, tho church was filled on Sun- REV. ELTON D. BARNETT New Pastor of the Gay Street Method , dlat Episcopal Church 5 day to hear the new minister and It is needless to say that they were pleased. Rev. Barnett has an excel lent delivery and his sermons were most entertaining. His language is polished and every word came forth apparently with no effort...

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. — 27 September 1910

rVWf- "" r nivn' "V Kr"-i - x v 51,T"w''r m HVUUVV"J"W"''"' rr'f,iw a" w lll "I I'M iml'l" mil i' il Hli 'UK I iH i;iwmii "'Mi i"wi.i pm-.i i -"-"v-" ' . """' m.mMrf.r.iiwink rr "' ' HjljW M M r '" " "' " 'ir-p- ' lr ) ' ' " j ' iffi ' ' 4 fl ""l Vmt'x UrV-r'--1 " r:"" " l' "l-l -- " -n- -tJgPB pV i ; uf-' ), 1. PAGE SIX I lIMMUlgllUUMMIUIWMlWB'UJJ"UJ","CT Oo& PEOPLE'S Sermon by CMARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Knoxvllle, Tcnn.. Sept 25. A Con vention of Dlblo Students la lu session In this city. Pastor Uusscll of tho Brooklyn Tabernacle, as President of tho International Bible Student:) Asso ciation, addressed ho Students twlco today. His nudlonces wero Inrgo and Intelligent Wo report one of his ad dresses from tho text foregoing. Ho said: Much speculation lias been aroused by our text Soino have claimed that it signifies that Christ, after his death on tho cross and beforo his resurrec tion, went to somo plaoo whero human spirits aro imprisoned In somo kind of pu...

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. — 27 September 1910

wwwmwynwr "wf, OTvrTwgw "&$ ' - n'T'' 7- y i TUE8DAY, 8EPTEMDER 27, 1910 THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN 1 w & i, $ X S' is & k giumn head WAR VETERAN McElroy Eliminates Himself Be fore Ballot Is Taken. DEMANDS PROBE OF CHARGES Rochester In Line For 1911 Encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Republic Ohio Minister Is Made Chaplain oftho United States Vet eran Signal Corps Association. Dollar-a-Day Pensions Frowned Upon by Committee. Atlantic 'city, Sept. 23. At tho cession of the Grand Army ot tho Republic John E. Gllman of Dostoil was elected commander-in-chief for the coming year. John McElroy of Washington, D. C, was tho only other candidate, nnd ho withdrew his name before tho ballot ing began. Charles E. Burton of New Jersey was elected senior vice commander-in-chief and William James of Jacksonville, Fla., was chosen Junior vice commander-in-chief. Colonel Gllman was a member of tho fighting Twelfth Massachusetts infantry, enlisting at tendorxngo after ho had run a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 September 1910

mmmmmmmmmmmm ADE IgHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER A' w TUESDAY 8EPTEMDER 27, H0 $' k ! k M to . ,. l I'fV r . F' SHORT LOCALS Eggs 2C, butter 34c. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. A. Kollcy spent the dny In Mansflcld. Latest styles In Indies linnd bags nt fiOc and up at Woolson's. Mr. William Wondorly of Lancaster was In the city today on business. Mr. Robert M. Greer left this after noon for Cincinnati, O., on business. Hindoo and Tower turbhns on'dls Jilay nt McIIale's millinery opening Friday, Sept. 30th. Mr. B. N. Graham of Milwaukee Is spending several days in Mt. Vernon the guest of friends. l Mrs. Delia Moyer of Cincinnati Is spending several days with friends In and near Mt. Vernon. Nowest designs In beltings at Wool son's. Mrs. Horner of Oberlln, Ohio, Is spending severnl days In Mt. Vernon, the guest of relatives. Miss Anna Purcell of Cleveland Is the guest. of her sister, Mrs. Agnes J. Tlghe, East Front street. Mr. B. E. Hnrdacro of Macon, Ga., tpent Sunday in Mt. Vernon, tho guest of Mr. 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. — 30 September 1910

r" 1t " If" PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 No. 78 ESTABLISHED 1836 LANCASTER WIDOW . RUDELY AWAKENED Heroes of Civil War May Have Met For Last Time NOMINATION IS UP TO MURPHY M Roosevelt Dictates arao Colonel Makes Speech Lauding Former United States Dis 9 trict Attorney For His Successful Efforts In Bring ing Sugar Trust To Bar Of Justice-Resolutions De clare That Graft Hunt Continue-Direct Primary Clause Is Compromise Saratoga, X. Y., Sept. 29. At Its closing session, the Republican state convention nominated the following state ticket: For governor, Henry L. Stlmson of New York; lieutenant governor, Ed ward Schoeneck of Syracuse; secre tary of state. Samuel S. Kocnlg of New York; comptroller, .Tames Thompson of Valloy Palls; stato treasurer. Thomas Fennell of Elmlra; attorney general. Edward R. O'Malloy of Butlalo; stajo engineer and sur veyor, Frank H. Williams of Oneida; associate judge of the court of ap peals. Irving G Vann of Syracuse. Mr. Root ca...

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 September 1910

mmmxmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmm - - mmiimiw'imr r"Qt'tsm rtf if -1ttjUtlUMMlM jiMLwim-.wi,iwtrriAiwwiHijiiiiiBjaMaaV7,-S; "WtoftmMMrkvwueaMwfM rvif iiil"Brtwiiii MWMw''WWft'W iirtMMIt,aMinJ.-JW13.'l VAGE TWO THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 & SO' :. r 'f H" 4 4 J J & J " " J FREDKIUOICrOWN i4 "I4 ! 4 4 Frcderlcktown sent n good sized 'delegation to the county Sunday school convention nt Mt. Vernon tho pnst Week. Mr. Harold Qhaso started for the University of Pennsylvania at Phila delphia tho past week. Mr. William Monnctt of Delaware. Ohio, vlslteiUwith friends In this vl tlnlty tho past week. Whllo visiting Mammoth Cave, Ken tucky, Mrs. Helen Day had a serious tall on Friday last and was killed. Mrs. jDay was tho wlfo of Mr. Alvln Day, former editor of the "Wyoming Demo crat at Tunkhannock, Pa., and was on n visit to Mrs. C. C. Day, mother of Mr. F. A. Day of Frcderlcktown. The Buckeyo Press Association was hav ing their annual outing at tho Cincin nati Exposition and ...

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 September 1910

t Vy" "" wnfij -wj"rTH -if FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THREK r- P7 -"firi-PT vTV"" ATTEMPT Made To Hold Up A Twice In A Night Man Henry Monroe Has An Ex citing Experience ' While Returning Home On Monday Evening ! ii Got Away From One Bold Hold Up Man Only To Be Accosted Second Man By A Evidences of hold-up men have again como to light In Mt. Vernon In different portions of the west end of tho city. Since tho outbreak sever al months ago, no hold ups have been reported until on Monday night when severarattempts were made by one man to arrange his plans for a suc cessful hold-up. Mr. Henry Monroe, residing on South Jefferson street, and whob employed as conductor on tho Mt. Vernon Electric Ry., often works on a night run and does not get home until a late hour. This was the case on Monday evening when Mr. Monroe was going homo at about 11:30 o'clock and had reached Adams street, where he Intended to turn south, he saw a man standing In the shadows This did n...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 September 1910

11 1 i' ' ji ii' iwiii ii phi mi iw mn mi "'ffWjn'yyi' '""""ft imjuhm-m i.m..i ut..i.j ...-- - .t- iT'7n,rHfgM, ,jj-jt -" H.M.ih, i,,. 1 .wffW TfVmt iimi.wlJT7i "i"jt!!!jffMM HftPW!, ., ,1 -.-.. 1 PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 30, 1610 A r & .1 4L K I- ? a SM -i !.'" ;'7 1 HI Ii KMr" f llloBr' Mm- ' , aHHBr Nt ;vm'jf f MOUNT VERNON, OhllO FRANK HARPER, Editor oaatxl-"Woo3sLl-y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Itntn J1.J59 por yon Entered at the Mt Voraon. 0., post office as second claim mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atlce I'oiiicrcne. Supremo Judccs Maurice II. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy H. ilogan. Secretary of State Chan. E. Graves. State Treasurer D. H. Creamer, Cleric Supremo Court Frank McICean. Dairy and Food Com. S. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Public Worlta-J. A. States, Congressman William O, Sliarn. Circuit Judge Robert S. Shields. State Senator Wollond D. Gray. Repres...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 September 1910

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE rry K I 1 LEWISON'S Gigantic OOO Sale Of Manufacturers' Samples FRIDAYS SATURDAY TWO DAYS ONLY We have secured from several of the largest manu facturers in the United States a tremendous sample line of Clothing, Shoes and Hats & Furnishings This sale will last only two days Fri. and Satur. Here are a few of the astonishingly low prices: MEN'S CLOTHING The line comprises the latest of fall and winter styles, all hand tailored and strictly up-to-date. 100 men's fine all wool suits, brown, gray, blue and black, a great value at $25, for Friday and Saturday $16.50 200 men's fine all wool suits, all colors, worth $18; to go for $12.50 200 suits of the finest quality, all sizes and colors, the latest effects i $ 9.99 100 suits worth $10 and $12, to go for $ 5.98 BOYS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING 100 boys' suits at 89c 100 boys' suits at $1.25 58 boys' all wool fine suits, worth $5 $3.48 43 boys' suits, worth $7.50 and $8 $4.50 95 pairs boy...

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