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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 September 1910

ir'liiitilllMllll UHlUniliHliMMKWiillKIW'Kllhdil II I illtil llll I II t '" I 1111,111 lM WflPHWH WMMNIAMnM THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 PAGE SIX . jinn) , m tvri" ii mi iiixiiTiirn T I 1 1 & LA f" .f 4 Hr k DEATH Rale From The White Plague Decreases As Shown In The Census Bureau's Bulletin Which Has Been Issued From Washington Mortality From Cancer And Typhoid Is Also Shown To Be On The Decrease Washington, D. C," Sept. 27 While tho total number, 81,720, ot deaths from tuberculosis lu 1909 was greator than for any preceding year and ex ceeded by 3,431 the number, 78,289, compiled for 1908, the dealh rate, In tho CcnsuB nuroftu'H death registra tion states and cities, showed a do cllno from 173,9 in 1908 to 1C7.5 per 100,000 ostlmated population In 1909, as reported In the foi tliconilng Cen sus llureau bulletin on moilallty sta 'tlstlcs prepared by Or. Cressy L. Wil bur, chief statistician for vital statist ics, and submitted to Dhoclor Dur aiul. Tho 1909 ra...

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 September 1910

't ' TW "ft ' flfV-!)! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN l FEARS Lady Cook Was Prcparino To Feign A Fit Reporter Suing For The Sum Of $30,000 Has Ambulance' Wait At Lawyer's Office "Blackmail" Shouts Former Licking Co, Woman Denies She Used Silver To Write Biography While Lady Cook, suffragist and nuthoressj once Tennessee Claflln, a native of Licking county, was testi fying In the offices of lier lawyers. an ambulance waited below, says a New York dispatch, Isaac Wells, law yer for Harry C. Silver, n reporter who Is suing for ?30,000 for breach of con tract to write her biography, explain ed that ho had been informed that Lady Cook was going to feign a fit to avoid examination, and ho planned to have her rushed to a hospital and put her under observation. "You didn't come here to do what you did in the Wallace case?" ho ask ed at the outset of the examination, referring to a previous hearing at which Lady Cook was suddenly strick en. "No, no, no!" exclaime...

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 September 1910

&f'r 3aOTWlil TWftwfiifafcjc AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1010 SI V mil VERY NEAR DEATH'S DOOR Columbus, 0., Sept. 29. State Printer K. A. Crawford was called borne to West Union by a telegram enylng that his wife was In a serious condition, and It was believed that the end was near. Mrs. Crawford has been HI for some tlmo and Iter husband suffered an accident whllo on his way to see her In tlio middle of July. When he returned to bis office In the stntehousc Mrs. Craw ford was somewhat Improved. ULLIVAN U Troy, O., "Sept. 20. Judge Theo dore "Sullivan, presiding Judgo of the circuit court of tho Second district, died at his homo here from nervous prostration. Ho was 71 years of ago. It 1b understood that Governor Har mon will npjolnt Harry Fernedlng, Dayton nttorney and Democratic can dl'dnte for thj circuit bench, to suc ceed Judge Sullivan. SHOUT LOCALS Dutter 32c, eggs 20c. Clough for sowing machines. tf Shanty for cut flowers, 8 N. Main. Mrs. Sarah ...

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 October 1910

yt)iftrrjjir 'i -.t tmtiti&i i n PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON,x 0., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1910 No. 79 ESTABLISHED", 1836 9 J Y r TTflRTlfECT UNDER ARREST Anarchist HeH Los Angeles Rewords For Arrest Of Parties Responsible For, Outrage Now Aggregate $18,500, Of Which Labor Unions Con tributed $7,500 Qeneral Otis Thanks Friends For Offers Of Assistance, And Says Company Will Care For Dead Employes' Families ; Los Anseles, Cal., Oct. 3. It la now positively known, that 21 lost their lives in the-explosion and fire which destroyed the plant of the Los Angeles Times. Only five of 19 b6dles hurled In the ruins have been recov ered, although scores of men worked all day removing dead bodies while the police spent a hard day sacking clews to the perpetrators of the crime. Little real progress seems tohave been made. The latest suspect, the third taken Into custody, Is Thomas Egan, and he is an alleged anarchist. The police decline to say on what ground they arrested him. A reward of $18,6CO...

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 October 1910

' T t KfFf WWWftqffP W7FVf7TWI f T t ff."M ( T iqf ttt " "J" "pr-,T, ' -fT Tl mprVTn"bT-i. Hr ' j "Jf "" "T? 'Bfrfwwv 'r "Tn.'7'iMfmvtr-4' "tth. tv AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE3DAY OCTOBER 4, 1010 itawnnMgaawBwawwiiiriLiiJi m wwuwui iwwjwjb l SEARCHING for The Relatives Of Richard Mayberry Coshocton, O., Sept. 30 -Researches are being made by a member of tlio Historical society of Pennsylvania, for Information concerning the descend ants or rajaHvcs of one Hlchard May berry, or Maybury. This man wis born In Now Jersey about 1772, enter ed the" army during the Whiskey In surrection In western Pennsylvania, and at tho expiration of his servlco settled In Allegeheny, now part of Pittsburg. Ho married in 1803, Eliza beth Woods, daughter of John Woods of Woods Hun, by his wlfo Sarah Stephenson. Hlchard Mayberry had a sister Hachcl, who was married to n Mr. McCormlck of Wills Creek, not far from Zanesville. Whllo visiting this sister In 1827, Hlchard Maybury vub killed by his horse, ...

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 October 1910

ii ifn my imwn m "mffSyRSfJ i t "", TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 4, I9f0 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER - -y.Mswi.iiii ,imMffift'T PAOE THRtC V ? Jf i tk PARTTON Suit Has Been Filed Common Pleas In In Which Many Defendants Are Named Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice A suit in partition has been filed in tbo court ot common picas of Knox county by Thomas M. McClelland and Mlnnlo McClolland vs. Noblo Weir and tvrenty-olght other defendants. Tho land In question 1b located In Mon roo township and Danville. The attorn eye for the plaintiff in this action are H. H. and II. M. Greer. To Perform Marriages Llconoos were lsucd In the probate court of Knox county Friday to Itev. Arthur D. Osborn and Rot. Delia Oh born, ministers in tho Wesleyan M. E. church, to perform marriage ceremon ies in Knox county. Administrator Appointed Jacob Dublnsky of Jit. Yernon has been appointed administrator of George W. WIdoe, giving bond in tho sum of $200, with W. A. Hosack and B. Dublnsky as sureties. No appraise ...

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 October 1910

1 'FW mrriwwwtmyv"'' " " ' 'li 4PjWWlw, '!' H.WMJ"flpwi 'j'JJllWlljSi' p (ww " "tsFWWfMf1 iw?wf AGE KOUR mHBBWUUVHWB THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER TUE8DAY OCTOBER 4, 1910 r?zqimmr- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Soxaa-i-'woolitly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate IU69 per yoa Entered at the &U. Vernon, 0., post afllco as1 eecond claw moll mattor. DEMOCEATIO TICKET Governor JudBon Harmon. Iileut. Gov. Atlco I'omcrcne. Supremo Judecs Maurlcn II. Donahue, James JdIiiimmi. Attorney General Tlmolliy 8. Hogan. "Secretary of Stato CIim. P. Graves. Stato Trcaiiuror D. 8. Creamer, Clerk Supremo Court Frank McICean. Dairy and Food Com. 8.- Ifl; Strode. School Commissioner Frank V. Miller. Board Publlo Works J. A. States. Congressman William G. Sharp. Circuit Judge Itobcrt H. Shields. State Benatoi-Welland D. Qrair. lteprcsentatlvo Samuel It. aolslinll. Clerk of Courts-Clias. W. Hayes. .. Sheriff Peter J. Mutter. Auditor Irvln Town. Commissioners William Lewis, Iccrond llrltton, Theodor...

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 October 1910

"Wt( i.l, ,,'. "'ft - TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 4, 1610 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE riVK ; S G Rfe DIVORCE Proceeding Commenced Against Judge Stiliwcll In The Holmes County Com mon Pleas Court Luella M. Johnson Files Suit For Alimony The Douglass Will Is Filed In Probate Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Judge Wellington Stlllwell of Mil lcrsburg, a former common pleas judge and a prominent attorney, well known In Mt. Vernon, has .been made defendant in an alimony suit In the court of common pleas of Holmes county. Tho proceedings have been Instituted by Elvira L. StHhvell In which sho charges gross neglect and falluro to provide. Sho says that her husband abandoned her and went to Terro Haute, Ind., last July where he opened up law offices. She docs not ask for a divorce, but wants certain property awarded to her, among which is the dwelling in which she lives. The plaintiff is a leading member of the Mlllersburg M. E. church, while the defendant has figured prominently In polit...

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 October 1910

PAGE 8lX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY OCTOBER 4, 1910 I I im V 4 'Qoa PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Paslor Brooklyn Tabernacle o-- - .-Ooo Brooklyn, N. Y., October 2.-Pastor Tlusscll of the Brooklyn Tabernacle addressed a large and very attentlvo -audlcnco today at llio Academy of Mu sic from tho above tost. Ho said: Ours la a day In which, moro than ever before, tho statement of our text Is dlsputcd-dlsbellcvcd-)y Jews, Gen tiles and Christians. The great Chris tian author, 8t Paul, agrees exactly with tho words of Moses In our text, saying, "Without tho shedding of blood tbcro Is no remission of sins" (Hebrews lx, 22T. Tho orthodox Jow and tho orthodox Christian, thcrcforo, arc In substantial agreement as to tho foundation of things' anil the unortho dox are In agreement of opposition. Tho latter agrco that there Is no neces sity for Sin Atonement that tho later thought of nil Ibc wlse mcu of tho earth, tho greatest ministers and rab bis, Is that there Is no such thing as...

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 October 1910

-TfTSj "-7w (ry t"1 t par -wk it - m v' I WJW ' J!? s. . ss i TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 4, 1010 OFFICERS Elected For The Knox Co. Agricultural Society Committee Appointed To Purchase New Land On Which To Hold Fairs In The Future Secretary Gates Makes An Interesting Report Regarding The Past And Future Of The Fair Before the close of the meeting of the Knox County Agrculturnl society, which was held on the Q. A. R. hall on Thursday, officers were elected as follows: i President Charles B. Jackson i Vice President J. F. Beatty. Treasurer Grant Simpson. Secretary Howard C. Gates. After the officers for the society were elected, a committee on grounds CHARLES B. JACKSON Elected President of the Knox County Agricultural Society was appointed to consist of the follow ing members: Frank Ward, M. T. Gaines, C. G. Brown, the president and the secretary. This committee Is t6 Investigate and purchase a certain tract of land near Mt. Vernon, where the county fairs can be held. The land wil be purchased ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 October 1910

i-rrzgm'fr -- 'WTJfTTT'" fTMqwH!fiwiTiwi AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1910 igwmnKMgMiwimjijuuLi.jwm.uu.nu jwjj TT"T" -'"' " TI I' " ! 1 SENATOR LA FOLLETTE Will Undergo Operation at Rochester (Minn.) Hospital. Copyrighted by American Tress Afcno cl'itlon, TO OPERATE ON SENATOR LaFollette Expccto to Go Under Knife Tomorrow. Rochester, Minn., Oct. 3. Senator Robert M. LaFolIotto of Wisconsin will undergo an operation nt St. Mary's hospital hero tomorrow for infected gall bladder and poEslblo complications of the appendix. Tho caso Is not considered a serious one, and It Is thought tho senator will suf fer no great Inconvcnlenco through tbo ordcnl. FOUR KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE RAGE Three Others at Point of Death In Hospital, ' New York, Oct. 3. Three of tho 20 persons Injured In tho Vanderbllt cup race nro In a critical condi tion In tho Nassau county hos pital. Five have left tho hospital. Mrs. Ferdinand d'Hubla, whoso hus band was killed when tho car he was driving...

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. — 7 October 1910

" i m -C PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VEENOH, 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 No. 80 ESTABLISHED 1836 r MANAGER Uncle Sam's Only Sultan Is Visitintf 4 IFRMS RFTFJVF y Revolution In Portugal Proves Com plete Republicans Form Provisional troops Desert Monarchy One Hundred Lives Are Lost And Many Are Injured in Lisbon By Bombard ment Of Palace-Republican Flag Floats From Public Buildings THE CABINET. Theophile Braga, president Bonhor Machana, minister of foreign affairs. Senhor Costa, minister of Jus- tlce. . Senhor Telles, minister of finance. Senhor Barreto, minister of war Scnhbr Antonio Gomes, mln- ister of public works. Senhor Alonlda, minister of tho interior. Senhor Amaro "Gomes, minister of marine. Senhor Leao, civil governor of Lisbon. KlT - -I&5S.V i ' ' V "i't-y WOK " Lisbon, Oct. C. Amid the "bravos" of the populaco and cries of "long live the republic," the loyalist troops went over to the Insurgents, quitting Don Pedro square, where they were posted and returning to their bar rack...

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. — 7 October 1910

s'yy.ifVtiBiyyy- 11 in 'mill i i i ii ifr i. Pit, AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1910 ! w OS00080O080a0B0O0O090(B0O0O06)000CO900O008Oe0(B0e0O I BLEST BE THE TIE THAT BUS ! 1 o O ' O 1 Sang at Picnic as a Substitute For Handshaking 1 CHORUS WAS LED BY 1 Buckeye State's Big Governor a Man Among Hen o ooooBOBO9oaoeooeoOoeoGo8oaoco8oSO(Bo9oeofflo0ooOo What would you say, how would ij'ou feel, if you were listening to a chorus of 15,000 voices singing to gether one of the favorite old hymns that Is known In every household? And how would It Impress you If you were told that the man who stood be fore that vast chorus leading tho singers was neither n singing school teacher nor a tnuslcnl director of great renown, buj. tho governor just a plain, every-day sort of a citizen who doesn't put on airs, who doesn't feel ahrvo his fellow man, who Isn't till swelled up even though ho Is gov ernor of one of tho greatest states In his Union? You could have witnessed such a cene 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. — 7 October 1910

MW1ECS iijiji 1,1 ,'. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE V PAQE THRKt- Jm L7 rx HARDNG Meeting Tuesdfly Afternoon Was Disappointing i Only Small Crowd Out To Hear Candidate And His Address Was Of Listless Nature Left Impression De felt Cam paign Was A Loser Third Term Candidate Dun lap Makes Short Speech Tho meeting at the skating rink Tuesday afternoon, addressed by Hon. Worren O. Harding, Republican candi date for governor, was considerable of a disappointment. It wns disappointing to the local managers of the campaign on account of tho meager attendance, tho crowd WARREN G. HARDING. present being not to exceed four hun dred, and which reflected but little interest in the campaign when so few turned out to hear the candidate for governor. The meeting was presided over by Hon. H. H. Greer, who had many nice things to say of the Republican party and of Mr. Harding. Tho address of Mr. Harding was along tho lines of his opening speech at Kenton a few weeks ago. Mr. Hard ing...

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. — 7 October 1910

mmMe'&i2i -pxsrFo'nr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER , FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1910 uummimiuimjmanM ipiM,Wi"H''T" MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor orQl-VCoolsJ.y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubscriptlon Hate $UJ50 por yea Entered at the Mt. Voraon, 0., poot flee as second cl&sa mill matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon. Llout. Gov. Atleo Pomoreiip. Supreme Judges Maui ice It. Donahue, Jntne.i Johnson. Attorney General Timothy S. Hasan. Secretary of State Chan. F. Graves. State Treasurer D. 3. .Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Frank McICean. Dairy and Food Com. 8. ID. Btrodo. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Fuulio Works-T. A. States. Congressman William 3. Sharp. Circuit Judire Robert 0. Shields. State Senator Welland D. Gray. Representative Samuel K. Qouhall. Clerk of Courts Chan. V, Hayes. Sheriff Peter J. Purker. Auditor Irvln Youim. Commissioners William IxjwJb, Lcsrand JJrlUon. Theodora U. Dili. Treasurer Lloyd M. Bell. Recorder BenJ. ft. Panlicr. Survoyor Arthur O. Vfalt...

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. — 7 October 1910

rvp -rrwtjiy T' r7yf" 'i TTFf r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 PROGRAM For The Knights Of Colnm v bus Minstrel Show Is A Good One From Start To The Finish A Great Array Of Talent For The Show Which Will Be Given On Two Evenings ( y Iq The Auditorium At Lake Hiawatha Park Tho following Is th complete pro gram for tho third annual minstrels of Mt. Vernon Council, No. 847, Knights of Columbus, to bo given at Lake Hiawatha park on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, October 11 and 12: Part One Entitled "Colonial Officers at Play." To afford diversion and for tho enter tainment of their friends, It was cus tomary for the officers of General Washington's staff to at times Indulge In musical festivals and the first part Is a reproduction of one of these, pro duced In all Its vividness with har monizing color effects, elegant cos tumes and dazzling scenery. Interlocutor Stephen J. Dorgan. Director Hod Tulloss. Pianist Miss Elizabeth Lee. End Men Ralph Henley, Lawrence Christopher, William McCormlck, W...

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. — 7 October 1910

I IlllllMMnwMHUiUMm ..i.......j.!,,tw.ilullMfr,rv .WMwSSnriiw !WMWI !IVWtrtlHStlI9UUmraMIW: WNHMnncl ,lt,llCitT-.gW7v f PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1010 imuiiw.V'i THEJACTS Reyflrdino Personal Expense Cliaroed By Creamer Did So Under Old Ruling 01 Attorney General When Ruling Was Changed Paid Back The Money As Fire Marshal Saved The State 11,000 Made The State $40,000 As Interest On Funds Columnus, O., Oct, 4 Flnnaly it came. Mr. Harding has attempted to shield Republican grafters by Imput ing a like reflection upon State Treas urer Creamor for $310.60 personal ox pcnscB charged to the state when fCrcamor was llro marshal. Now let us got right down to brass tacks on this subject for a few min utes. Let us consider all tho facts and tho reasons therefor. To do so It Is necessary to begin at the begin ning. "When Horaco M. Ankcnoy, a Re- publican was statu dairy and food commissioner, a ruling was made by tho Republican attorney general of that tlmo, John M. Shoot...

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. — 7 October 1910

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN X CHCUT Court Convenes In Mt. Ver non Tuesday Morning Judge Fiilius . Exchanges Willi Judge Taggart Suit For Divorce Filed In Common Pleas Tho October term or circuit court of Knox county convened In Mt. Ver non Tuesdny morning at nlno o'clcok with Judgo Donahue, Judge Voorheea and Judge Fllllus on tho bench. Tho latter Is ot Warren, O., and comes here In exchange with Judgo Taggart who Is engaged In holding court elso where. The regular assignment of cases was taken up by tho court Tues day morning. Suit for Divorce Viola M. Shannon of North Sandus ky street, has commenced n suit for divorce In tho court of common pleas of Knox county, against Bert B. Shan non. She states sho was married to tho defendant July 1, 1899, and two children were born to them. She charges tho defendant with gross ne glect and alleges that he abandoned tho plaintiff and tho children. She therefore asks for n divorce and , ali mony. Owen & Carr re...

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. — 7 October 1910

-HUHIi)Mi'' '!' NMIJ..!,, f iiriiyin,M..iw.maww,i iU "',-' -7. "i7C rM-JflTfiklH .U-- f t -ir. 1 muW-nrii n ) u '-TTHTIT H ill 1 1 ii i- in -lW AQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1910 HffcMi'V'" & 'f l"1 I I I .5 fc :.m ROOSEVELT SFEAECEN Starts on Second Journey Since Return From Africa, WILL FIRST VISIT SOUTHLAND ) After Attending Uncle Remus Day Ceremonies In Atlanta Will Head Westward, Going as Far as 8t. Louis, Where a Big Time Is Prom ised Returning, Will Stop In Hoosler State to Campaign for His Friend Beverldge. Now York, Oct. G. Colonel Hoose Tclt this afternoon left on the second long trip ho has taken sinco his re turn from Africa. Ho will travel on a private car that will bo hauled on special trains a good part of the Journey. Tomorrow morning ho will reach Bristol, Va., whero ho is scheduled to mako a short speech. From there he will go to Knoxvllle, Tenn., to discuss Issues before tho Appalachian exposition. ' A brief stop at Homo, Ga., on Sat urday ...

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. — 11 October 1910

fo& IIlj1ttt0 tdtlic ;r- PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910 No. 81 ESTABLISHED 1836 ATTACK ON JESUITS ACT OF BRUTALITY Mayor Gaynor's Return '' To Work After Snooting FIRE CLAIMS FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE w x a v iv w Horrible Disaster Minnesota V Two Hundred and fifty Dead. ; - - THOUSANDS HOMELESS Minnesota Experiences Worst Forest Fires In History. MANY TRAPPED IN FURNACE Tiain Grows Show Heroism by Running Trains Loaded With Refugees Through the Blazing Forests-Property Loss Mount Into Millions. THE KNOWN DEAD. Julius Bratten, wife and five chil dren, homosteade'rs. . j Roulln, wife and seven chil dren. .George Weaver, homesteader, Bar 'beau, wife and six children. Charles BaUer, homesteader. . Clflln, homesteader, wife and five children. Tom Barr, homesteader, near Pitt. ,McCumber, wife and six chil dren. M. Brennan, Rapid River. Gafflns, wife and three chil dren. Alfred Palma, homesteader. Ed Reulln, wife and seven children. Barr WlckJ homesteader. Mike B...

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