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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 28 January 1910

fnwjRf"Pwwfinp'-PTrt rrytyr," "fTfrwjTV -7vtf " '" JPrldny, January 26, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOFJ 'W rr wigy.wy1n, ill I Hill 1 1 III Social Function Was The Reception To The Ladies ' Given At The Masonic Tem ple Wednesday Evening Excellent Concert Rendered By Neddermeyers Orchestra And Selections By The Ma sonic Quartette Dancing Enjoyed Until After The Midnight Hour Ono of tho most delightful social functions ever given In tho Masonic Templo was tho reception given to the ladles, under tho auspices of tho Masonic Templo company, Wednesday evening. Tho entlro building was throw opon during tho evening and almost two hundrcd'ladles wero pres ent In addition to over ono hundred and fifty membors of tho lodgo. Tho guests wero received at tho door by members of tho reception committee and wore Bhowii through tho beautifully redecorated and re furnished rooms. Each lady was re quested to register and at tho samo time wore prcsonted with a carna tion as a souvenir of tho occasion....

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. — 28 January 1910

!HSH-ssss" 5? KSSC" miimTrrwTt'nv Hnd, ifSSsfSf! p-'UffihM . , , 4VV-'fW" -wjSjggjarnH SST" PAGK SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, Jannary Z, 1010 ht j aKzaMjt j.vje mnnR?!9P7?9vgpH iijitoi'iMi ikj WWIWWllJl-AfFyy'r'',tyNJIr'Ta:t A H f ! Kit A PREMLMS Awarded By Poultry And Pet Stock Association At The Recent Show Held In lit. Vernon A Complete List Of Those Receiving Prizes om e Excellent Birds Exhib ited This Year Premiums Also Awarded In Special Department Tho following la a Hat of tlio prem iums awarded at tlra recent Knox County Poultry and 1'ot Stock as sociation show, as confirmed by tho executive committee) of the ausocla' tlon Saturday night: 8. O. Wlillo Leghorn) First pen Karl Tliuma. Second 1'on Lul.'o Holm. Third I'en Karl Tliuma, Fourth I'en Karl Tliumn. Fir6t Cock Lake Holm. Second Cock Karl Thuma. First lien Lako Holm. Second Hen Karl Thuma. Third lion 0. I). Millet. Fourth Hen 0. I). Miller. First Cockorol Karl Thuma. Second Cockorol Karl Thuma. Third Cockerel Lako ...

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. — 28 January 1910

.HMjw.Miw'V.jNMiMiitiyMW'WW "1 Friday, Jammry 28, 1010 J J J i J J J J ,J J. I'ltHDKMCKTOWN J. v v J i v 'I I 'I ! ! ! ! $ 4 Mr. anil ,;rs. Hnrlcy LoMnster of Mt. Vernon visited rclntlvcs In Fred erlcktown cvor Sunday. Thoo. Hnmmcrnl of Toledo Bpont Sunday with friends in this pmco. Mrs. Wealthy Sury died on Satur day evening at C o'clock at tho ago of eovcnty-olclu years. She has been 111 with bronchial trouble for sorao time nnd thl3 was tho Immediate oauso of her death. Tho funeral wns lield at her hits- homo In Frederick town, Iter. Thos. Humbly conauet ng tho services. Tho body wns tak en to tho Pike church cemetery, six miles east of UiIb placo, for burial. Mr. Walter W. Yoole- and Mr. F. Mills of Mt Vernon spent Sunday with friends In Frederlcktowu. I. It. Dogor of Canton was a Fred orlcktown visitor on Saturday. Mrs. James Hull, who has beon In Hi health for somo time past, died at her home In Fredorlcktown last Saturday morning about six o'clock at tho ago of seventy-four y...

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. — 1 February 1910

PAGI3 SUE THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER TnCeiiay, February f, I0l i sutmvruiuiKminsmjuiiimwmilUA.im.tMiJin.liiuiiLulw.llLUUimzx. "ttiUJU-ljiM,T.t iiutjij mmiiJiU-JB Uium --Ood PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL. Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. -Ooo Sunday, Jim, SO. The Ihfnl meet ing fi r (lie consideration of Clinrtli Vcrtcrntlon was held today. The bi:i cious Brooklyn Academy of Music was crowded with Christian people 'of nil denominations to nttond tho third of the Seles of four meetings called ly tho Fconlcs Pulpit Association, l'astor C. T. Itnsscll of the Drool: lyn Tnheruaclo nddressctl tho large audience for nn hour mid n half. The deep Interest felt was uvldonced by the profound fillcnce, na well ns by the cagerncsti of face. The text was tho same as on tho two previous occa sions, "Ray ye not, A federation, to nil them to whom till) people nhnll mp A Federation; neither fear ye their fear, nor bo afraid" (Isaiah vlll, 12). The speaker snl.l: Wo meet today to consider what sac rific...

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. — 1 February 1910

rvaftw --gW"T t' mow,t.4rDai fc,r;. imUqmi - tfr - v-,yjf-V lV( S' r l l H y Tncnflny, Vrbrtmry j, nlo P"WWUJUWlUin?lJ)lBilMllWBWWHtMMWMWW3WWWWMMMIWaMlTi III' 111"' I "I Ml n lll I II I I II III 1 1 1 1 I ! WMR DETAILS LOCAL AND OEM Seeks The Aid Of Probate Court In Finding Home For Her Son Who Is Only Seven Year Old Woman Teils A Pathetic Story To The Court Is Unable To Get Employ ment Of Any Kind Other Items Of interest From Temple Of Justice On Thursday a mother visited tl.o probate court In this city and made on earnest appeal to Judge Berry to find a homo for her sevon-y?ar-oH boy. The woman told a most pa thetic story. Tho boy's rather Is den.1 and tho mother seemed to ho heart broken becauso she is unable to keep the llttlo boy with her. Sho stated to tho court that It Is Impossible for her to And employ ment in the city and that it is im possible for her to glvo the lad cloth ing and proper food. If any Mc. Vernon persons knows where this Tomnn can find employment so that he...

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. — 1 February 1910

wwHv5. t T" THE ppntoATTO BANNEE Tuesday, Fcbrrinry 1, 1010 !PAQS K1GRT UUIIllllME tiimjmimmwifimmmr9iwiitm'mv9m K. 1 1 GROUNDHOG f ' 'Day. Comes Wednesday Of Tills Week r Wednesday, Feb. 2, will bo 'round hog day," and If the rodent Bsea his shadow, according to the ancient custom, It will bo all oft for ood weather for tho next six weoks. , With tho Bas acting up; with food stuffo soaring, and with about all tho winter that Is coming to this" latitude, hero's hoping that tho sec ond of February Is a cloudy day that Is If tho groundhog Is any prog aostlcator. Tho groundhog Is a peculiar ani mal. Ho sits up and whistles at the farmer who seeks to kill him for eating tho clover; ho 13 fat, saucy and a non-bellovor In race suicide. Ho burrows Into the bauks and Molds and Is always sharp enough to bavo more than one cntranco to his fcur.-ow. Ho Is also foxy enough to have n oort of a portico over tho main en trance, where ho can Ho and sco nny ono who enters his domicile. In tho fall, ...

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. — 4 February 1910

SSwS7w?wwp jjiyrW'TTffwy "J WW"1 WjWr ' " ' ' ' II ' M 1,1,1 "" ... ,,.mMW.. , '' ' " ' " ""' "'" ' ' """ ' ' ' "" "" " ' '"'" l ! I - I Ml I I I I. I, , . -...-.. ! SMI ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VEENON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1910-No. 10 PRICE TWO CENTS '9 vnTF miinfy in s.rsriisirnTFiTs how to I i A i i UK rKuBt L!2Mkmil "-- nUli I rUK ruLt ij A fW &?iQl i&WWmL I helping to water. Charles M. Green. 'W& . I ytf -rjpjff i if fMmMmm 40. a hostler at the Norfolk & West! H i 'fi ..fV I I I I I ilPfJPPI(lf I crn yard8' was kllIcd whn he was 1 " ' jfe i 1 I I t J44m2mm$? I caught by an engine which wai back- . 31111 . I t .J.. l till wjSimliSSMMBfXy I int- tin i,. n .nH House Reconsiders Action, ' fiUMSPPQHS I vl ftMLii-i tnoney out tit u Christmas novelty. ' ilfl lHN lIllHillBl rll fill vfilrar ilHBll IK -a 4iW'5PSavS ',4 ww iiiimmiikih of amis with P3 ill?? 'i ' Wfijffi?! Kf 'Pw c7 dealers." Senator Yount Introduces His School Cook Measure And Patterson Seeks Tu Change Date...

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. — 4 February 1910

"S r, fGK TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 4, 101 & J.U Hi JUimUUHttUilJU !.J-liL,JHlilL.UlM-MlJna : ..: M DIRECTORS Elected By Home Building And Loan Association Tho annual meeting of tho Homo Uulldlng & Loan association was held Monday evening at which tlmo tho reports of tho year wcro read and tho following directors wcro elected tor tho ensuing your: Messrs. Prank m. Falrchlld, Samuel H. Israol and Itobort M. Grcor. Tho directors will meet on Wed nesday evening to elect officers for the ensuing year. found Her Son Who Had Killed Himself Hastings, Neb., Feb. 1. Harry Hill, aged 19 years, son of tho chair man of tho county board of super visors, disappeared from his home laBt Friday. Last night the actions of his pet shepherd dog prompted tho young man's mother to follow tho whining animal to a strawstack on their farm near hero. Partly under tho hay and nearly covered with Snow, sho found the body of her son, who had committed sulcldo by Inhaling chloroform. A l...

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. — 4 February 1910

f"pW- -vrfrrtv.irifKrr'yrrrwr( v j frwiififr f il Friday, February 4, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER JP pacik Tiiraat '"jr lvlnfW7'lfpr-, r & censu On Natural Gas Statistics Has Been Commenced In Various Parts Of United States By Special Agents Who Are Collecting The Figures For Year 1910 Eighteen Hundred Men Start On Their Work And Many More Are To Be Appointed Washington, D. C, Feb. 2. Tho United States census bureau lias be gun to tako tho federal census of manufacturers, mines, quarries, pe troleum, and natural gas for tho year 1909, which comprises two of tho principal Inquiries embraced In the Thirteenth decennial census, the others bolng population and agri culture. The canvass Is being mado under the supervision of Mr. William M. Stcuart, chief statistician for manu facturers, and about 1,800 special agents will bo employed eventually in tho wprk, and they are from day to day being appointed by Direc tor Durand from tho ollglblo regis ters established as a result of the Nove...

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. — 4 February 1910

fTfl v V THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, Foumart 4, 1019 PAGE FOUH X ' t M ' i ! i 1 f r f . " f ' K t f 1 1 -. hi I Cff - fi A si" Vhe9B8nncr FRANK HARPER, Editor Somi-"V?Vools.ly Subscription Rate J1.50 per y.n 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mt Voruou, O., poBt ollico us second class mall matter. HOUND Tim HUT NO ItOUNn-IJI' What the dickens did Wado Kills no to ChlraKo for. anyway? Wash ington dispatches announced llko a blnrc of trumpets that ho was going to wage war on tho hoof trust, that ho was going to prosecute- tho big Chicago firms, lhat tho chargo3 would bo criminal, that a dissolution suit would follow, that tho federal grand jury would bo nskod to probe the combine of packers and that all this was tho result of hIx months spent on tecrct Investigation of the packing industry. Then enmo dispatches from Chi cago nnnouuelng that Kills was undor specific Instructions to tako solo charge of tho Investigation, but Judge handlB (who once Imposed a $2!), 000...

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. — 4 February 1910

tfiM ' p-ypj -5??1IS? UTrMay, Pcbrnnrjr 4, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PACTR Fim 1 5fc i THREE New Industries Seek Laca lions In Hit. Vernon According To Letters Re ceived And Read At Meeting Of Mt. Vernon Citizens' Association Held Wednesday Evening In Council Chamber Number Of Important Matters Were Discussed A regular monthly mooting or 'the Mt. Vernon Citizens association was held Wednesday evening In the city council chamber with a fair ropre eontation of tho membership. Presi dent Pcnn was In tho chair and the minutes of the previous sosslon wero Toad by Secretary McCrackln. Mr. M. J. Pish, chairman of the New Membership commlttco reported one new member, Mr. J. H. Mitch ell, superintendent of tho Mt. Ver non Street Railway & Light Co. Mr. Woollson offered a motion that tho Legislation committee tako up tho matter of having an ordinance passed in tho city council for the purposo of licensing street fakers, etc. Air. Woollson suggested that council bo requested to pass such ...

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. — 4 February 1910

r - r S "- Sw3?w WftlWW'W snaummuim -C-"l Vd y wc srx THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 4, ID 19 (' if H II E4'T ' A rOHINfl The Beef Trust To Abstain From Eating Meat Has Become A Popular Fad In New York And In Many Cases People Have Signed Pledges Angels Have Been Known To Fall From Grace And Black Sheep Are Plenti ful In New York Now York, Fob. 1. Fighting tho Beef Trust by Blgning pledges to abstain from eating meat for a cer tain period, usually ono month, has bocomo a popular fad In Now York. Of course, In most caseu these plodg os are not to bo takon aorlously, but there is no doubt that many thou sands of persons, with or without pledges, aro abstaining from eating meat at proscnt and tholr nunibor is Btcndily IncrcaBlng. So far tho of fect Ih felt but slightly by tho butch ers and other purveyors of incuts ,ln tho aristocratic Hoctlons of tho rlty, but by thoso in tho poorer quar ters and by tho wholesale- doalois, supplying tho smaller restaurants, tho diminished dema...

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. — 4 February 1910

Friday, February 4, 1U10 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAOK SHVIHf JIW'lJUiJIUJJiWUItWaiJJiJIIIlJULJJIIJJUia.'JLJiJU-iaiiUiOJIIUIMAJI-LL.I.ii OfLfUM'IWUIMIIIIIMH i w rs jff j. j. .j, j ,j. j ,j ,j. j, j, .j, r nuiNK havicn, j. .$. .j. 4. 4, .j. j, j. , ,j4 .j, ,j. ,j, Uwlght II. Ilyntt resigned ns mny or of our villago at tho Inst regular mooting ns ho will move to Klllbuclt In tlio near future. C. C. Loiter, president, pio torn of tho council, Is acting mayor for tho present. Harry Jaeovls of Mt. Voriion In tho guest of Mr. nud Mrs. W, 1). Snyder hero. It. Wlnblgler took tho following persona to Danvlllo Sunday evening to attond tho M. 13. revival there: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tressel, Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Means, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Tulgor, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Star ncr, Mra. Samuel Black and Mrs. Itobort Putnam. The hardware store has changed bandB, formerly Hyatt Bros. J. E. Scholcs of .Tclloway purchasing the Intoreat owned by Dwlglu II. Hyatt, and tho new firm Is now Hyatt & Scholcs. Edith...

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. — 4 February 1910

l iinywircMftiww.iM'ili i'gCTWi5Jg 7?f?p!?pwTWiin5ips w?rpf ' ssssac: A1U. lTrJTri.r " i JPVv' jsMV-rr'if FJftf' agk Kiairr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER 1 ' . , - - ''I ipii m, I mi mi iiiihIiiii "" '4JLie5!3!!Ji -urn "W Frldny, tfebrnarx 4, iDIO MlJMaimWLMWlilWMKllMJiaiUaWllUlllMW w. I t 1 ?. 1 s JgCONSIDER APPOINTMENTS Senate Confirms Royal C. Cabell as , Internal Revenue Commies! :ncr. 1 Washington, Feb. 3. Two general appropriation bills, one providing for the army and the otlior for urgent de ficiencies, were passed by the senate. At n brief cxocutlvo session, tho nominations of Royal C. Cabell of Virginia to bo commissioner of Inter nal rovenuo and James P. Curtis of Boston to be assistant secretary of tho treasury In chargo of customs, rero favorably reported from tho Mi EffilSM ROYAL C. CABELL, commltlco on finance. Tho nomina tion of Mr. Cabell was confirmed, but In tlio ubsonco of Senator Lodgo of Massachusetts, who was authorized to cspouso tho Curtis nomination, no octlon was t...

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. — 8 February 1910

wwwiiPjwipw -t ji'up'inw , 'WMtfpytmiJiwwwmwiip)i rr1 PJPjJflpPM1 WWIiWP?W! UWjJPplbpl " If &X1$ ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1910 No. 11 PRICE TWO CENTS k CLARKE FATHERS I III il Mrfl.il If r M Woping Senator corporation Bill Prominent Men In Financial World Indorse President's Plan To Control Large Combinations Of Capital And Say Unless Law Is Enacted Great Business Con cerns Hill Be Endangered By Adverse Decisions In Standard Oil And Tobacco Cases Washington, Feb. 7. Unless thcro Is some unlookcd for derangement of ho legislative program, congress will today get the most radical bill It Sas received and which had any prospect of becoming law In the last CO years, according to experts who Arc familiar with tho course uf law making. The Taft federal incorpora tion bill, which tho administration be lieves will provldo a safe method Tor tho national recognition of largo com binations and which will at tho same, tlmo give control of such combina tions to t...

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