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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 October 1910

'WBWg.'fW AQE TWO Mmnmnn THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 11, 191d trmmmmmmm Mwm.wmwm wwmwii m ni inwiiwiwwwm mwWMwemiljnfte&i A i' I m i t i r MONUMENT irected In Honor Of An Indian In The Catholic Cemetery At Danville C. C. Logsdon hrts just finished a huge cement monunicnt which ho will erect In St. Luke's Catholic cemetery In honor of Dlghlll Joe, sin Indian. On the monument Is a large hronzo plate containing this Inscription: Dlghlll Joe An Indian Chief Of Kansas Born 1820 Died 1800 Wghlll Joo was a chief of the Osage trlbo and a great charactor. In de srlblng an Indian, who has all the characteristics of a white man, no ox presslon.would better fit than to say ho was a good Indian, beforo ho died, and It was commonly said that tho only good Indian was n dead Indian. This chief was a Catholic, being brought up by tho sisters of St. Mary's, Kansas. So deserving was ho of 'having bis memory commemorated that Mr. Logsdon thought It would ho only proper to erect a monumen...

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. — 11 October 1910

I " TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THHEB y DOCKET - 01 The Supreme Court Of ' The United States Literally Overburdened Witti Important Cases Awaiting The Arguments And The Decisions The Court To Convene Monday Morning Some Of The Many Cases To Come Up For Hearing i Washington, D. C, Oct.. 8--An un-, usual situation will face the Supreme Gourt of the United States when It convenes Monday for the term of 1910-11. With a docket literally over burdened with important cases await ing argument and decision, the su preme tribunal will probably bo obliged to mark time for iwo months or more beforo It will be ablo to take' up the im portant work that Is before It. Tho necessity for delay arises from tho lack of n full bench. At the pres ent time the court is without a chief justice and without that dignitary it will bo found almost impossible to pro ceed with tho important business at hand. It is pointed ouUthnt the chief Justice, In addition to being the bal ance wheel...

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. — 11 October 1910

- T. ,-. . ....l.niAnrfitrr'-'' T -. . " I . .." .... .1 ll mtaf .It 'l 'MMWIllH until iM ! wWteMwlt MIWIK WW . rMBHHirtmiiiiniiMiir"-""--" "in-Tmrninrm-iin i - .j."" -''-" wniiiiiiiiiiiiwTrTiititiMMiMlwMIMMIIMIMIlllifii umnMmmAtotm PAGE t-OUR THE DEMOUKATIO yVNNE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1M0 rr r - V? si I bi foe Mamies . MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor tSiOXJOLL-rVGOlsLlyr 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $W0 par yon Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post Wee aa second claat mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Harmon, Lieut. Gov. Atleo Potncrcno. Supreme Judccs Maurice II. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy 8. Ilogan. Secretory of State Chaw V. 0 raves. State Treasurer D. S. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Prank MoICcan. Dairy and Food Com. O. 13. Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Public Works-J. A. States. Congressman William G. -flliarp. Circuit Judgo Hobort H. Shields. State Scnutor Wcllnnd D. Gray. Ileprosentnttvo Samuel It. aotsliall....

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. — 11 October 1910

iKX'r)frf ' " tUESDAY! OCTOBER 11, 1910 THE DEMOOBATIO BANNER PAQE FIVR pr7 h LEMMON Handed Tlie Republicans Of Tliis Senatorial District At A Star Chamber Session Held In This City John f. Lemmon Of . Holmes County Given Nomination ' i. " ' Said To Have Agreed To Run At Seu. Dick's Request HI Id The Whole Proceedings Of Very Doubtful Legality The Republicans of the 17-28th Joint senatorial district hare boon handed a Lemmon as their candidate for state t senator. Tho handing was done Saturday af ternoon,' and It was a funny political stunt that was pulled off. Tho deed was done In a star chamber session, and Is of very doubtful legal ity should anyone care to challenge It. A call 'for a senatorial convention was Issued, signed by "tho commit tee," providing that it bo held In this city some three weeks ago at tho court house. .When the day arrived for tho convention there, was no repre sentation from Wayno, Morrow or Holmes counties and only a (mall part of tho delegates from Knox ...

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. — 11 October 1910

iu" -",,"-WrWBWlC wwnniwwwwww WlWtHJlM i.i y-nri-piii. ri,.iji i.l "" I ll Ifilltimimrriinnnn'riMrtMrAi r B ,- -'-ferfV'- .pf. -' 1 AQE 8IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANttER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, M10 w 15 t- l4iMMHHHMM Ooo EOPLE'STULiiY.., iCX - . Mi $$? - Sermon by PimJ ri-iARtiTQT MMjIV niVeerTi , Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle ---Q0O New York, October 0. Pastor IlusscU of the Brooklyn Tobcrnaclo today ad dressed a Jewish Mass Mcctiilg, lu re sponse to a request sent to him by a Jewish Mass Meeting Invitation Com mittee. Tho luyltntlou was signed by many prominent Iicforews of Now York City. The Invitation and Pastor Jtusscll's response to the snino follow: New York, September 20, 1010. 'Pastor C. T. Itusscll, Urooklyn, N. X. Dear Blr Your sympntttptla Interest In Iho Jewish people for vcari poj has not escaped our notice. Your denuncia tions of the' atrocltlos perpetrated against our raco In the name of Christianity lias ndded to our conviction that you are a sincere friend. Your discourse on "J...

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. — 11 October 1910

TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 11, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEr V -I' V WHITE RIBBON COLUMN jilted by Mrs. Thos. Weir (MooUiik8 first nnd third Tuesdays or each muntfit Motto Health, happiness and good cheor. All tho bright sunshiny days havo come, cheerful throughts malto cheer ful faces. Are you sure- you aro "al ways that? Got tho habit of cheerful noss. It leads trx happiness. Novor criticlzu unless you can suggest some thing better than that with which you . llnd fault. You may win lovo, happi ness and good cheer If you aro theso three things yourself. Beginning with Soptember tho To ledo Weekly cut out whisky advertise ments. Good for tho Blado and tho Stato W. C. T. U. commends you nnd sends their congratulations a quar ter of a million circulation with pure advertisements will go a long ways to set all classes to thinking when they read your excellent paper. Mrs. E. K. Abbott says in the dally thoro Is a letter from Washington quoting from statements made by D. H. Lopbam, Colo., ...

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. — 11 October 1910

i ii MMLyry !?? r ' --i '-.' .. whwuiOTn n fTntiao-. IflMfiHttlMliri liTlli II iilimnw i niliiiiiiw mfi iiini V5 yCTftTfflWiWTrflT."" Jlfc wnin V fH'in i) i" r, rTTgfTTffrTTrnmri'iiu: ffr ., wawwamwu. ?aaaeartewi'Mw'ifayMw.iwariiwci,iiiiwiaa -.r-ViJ?" J-A YAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910 -r-j-i riH i, SSxifSSSVX fr?T?TfrWf FywyygytfrpfejiJ i II' s, ft T FOR Selecting the Ram. 'As In other classes of stock, it should bo remembered tlmt tho ram is half tho flock. Improvement, therefore, de fends largely on tho character and juallty of tho slro selected for service. no should bo miro bred and of me dium slzo for tho breed. Overgrown rams not usually beget tho strongest Iambs. He should show evidences of high quality and vigor of constitution, as seen In n short, thick neck, a broad breast, a short, strong back, short legs and a general alertness of manner, with n bright eye and quick movement. One or two years Is n good ago for a rain, at which ngo rams nro ge...

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. — 14 October 1910

i mw & imjMtt&xxjt MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910 No. 82 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 INSPECT President Taft and Cabinet Confer After Long Vacation H , :...: OR MIIRRFR FNIK ES1GNS r , ., fAML V k h? k V i Trains Blocked At Poissy Anil Forced By Strikers To Re turn To St. Laznre Station Employes Of Eastern Railway Vote To Join Movement Brland Admits Men Have Just Claims And Is Willing To Permit Roads To Increase Rates ' Paris, Oct. 13. Troops from the provinces are boing rushed hero as rapidly as possible in order to pro vent outbreaks In connection with the railroad men's strike, -which Is rapidly spreading. The governmnt lis not billeting them on private indi viduals, as they could legally do, "but Is barracking thorn in public and mu nicipal buildings. Eight hundred In fantrymen, for instance, occupy tho seminary of Saint Sulsplce. The directors of the Western stato railroad have decided to dismiss all their employes who refuse to return to work. Fivojcndors...

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. — 14 October 1910

mjiiitfihmmmwr'-i-- ; " ' 'mtiittmMitumm I JtW.e TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910 ..- & & .5, I r HARDING Was In On The Game Oi Favoritism In Letting State Funds To The Banks Gov. Harmon Reads Some Additional Letters Sliuwiiii Harding's Connec tion With The Matter And How Lieu. Gov. Tread way Was Also Favored Marysvlllo, 0., Oct. 12 In former speeches Governor Harmon rend cor respondence showing how. Charles C. Green, cashier of tho stato treasury when McKlnnon was treasurer, ad vised a bank at Steubonvillo to furn ish with Its application for stato de posits tho recommendation of tho He publican county chairman, stato sena tor or representative. SHU moro startling disclosures wero mado by Governor Harmon In his speech hero last night, during tho course of which ho said: "CoiTospondonco has -already been published showing that tho deposits of stato funds wore awarded under formor administrations by a 'systom of favoritism as part of tho machliio by which t...

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. — 14 October 1910

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 ,1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE TMniR W' Hi I Of The Season Was K. Of C, Minstrel Performance Given At The Park Theatre Tuesday Evening Excellent Music, Funny End Men, And Again Handsome Costumes And (lost Dazzling Scenery A Lorfje Audience Greeted The Performers Tho members of Mt. Vernon Coun cil, No. 847, Knights of Columbur, have double reason o feel proud to day first this day marks tho anniver sary of tho discovery of Amerfca by Christopher Columbus, In whoso hon or this most worthy Institution has been founded, but far moro Important locally was the grand success of tho third annual, minstrel show given by tho members of Mt. Vernon Council at Lako Hiawatha Park theatre on Tuesday evening. It was a show equal If not better Uian any amateur performance ever given In tho rlty. The first part was exceptionally fine and tho olio, con siderably out of the ordinary, was In teresting and entertaining. Most of tho Jokes woro new and original and most of them wero of...

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. — 14 October 1910

''' '-"-" ??T??STSS?rSSfcfaSfc1igfe HMfsfel vrUVU. wWT?Bmj- "" ' "W rVwTO?,,"T!W ffAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910 t r I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor iSoxn.i-"Vrool3Lly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $150 per yen JBntered at the ML Vernon, 0., post" ttico as second cla malt matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson Ilnnnon. Lieut. Gov. Atlce Pomorcne. Supreme Judges Maurice II. Donahue, Jnmoo Johnson. Attorney General Timothy 0. Hocan. Secretary of State Chaa. P. Graves. State Treasurer IJ. 8. Creamer. Clerk Supremo Court Prank MeKcan. Dairy and Food C0111.-8. D. Strode. School Commissioner Prank W. Miller. Board Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William Q. Sharp. Circuit Judge Itobert 8. Shields. State Senator Welland D. Gray. .Representative Samuel It. Qotshall. 'C:rk of Courts Clias. W. Hayes. 4ftwrlff-Peter J. l'arker. Auditor Irvin Young. Commissioners William Iewlfl, Legrnnd Briton, Theodore M. Ullt. 'Treasurer Lloyd M. Uell. llecor...

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. — 14 October 1910

MSl FRIDAY, OCTObER 14 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV K ' SEEKS To Recover Damages Result Of Being Shot Old Bee Tree Case Conies Up In Licking Co, Court i i Marriage Licenses Issued In Knox County Nowark American Tribune In common picas court No, 1, Judge Dever presiding, the damage case of Hoy Letz vs. John Hllbrant was call- cd Wednesday. The case Is a pecul- lar one, and dates back two years or more. In the start It was In criminal court. All of the parties lived in Liberty township, and tho defendant was a farm owner there, while Letz lived near in a house with his wlfo vand family and worked on the gas linos, whjch form a network over that part of the county. Ono night Hllbrant woke up and found that some fellows were cutting a bee tree In his woods, Just across the road from the Letz homo. Ho armed himself and Vent to tho fallen tree. He got nn Imperfect view of the men, who were working by a feeb le light, which they extinguished on his approach. Ho suspected that one 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. — 14 October 1910

KiwmintiniMftnnifiwincmirtttnnwfi.iMtmwiliniT.nirlWf mWiitrflWW'f-.W Kwp:rariHtat ' lT-r-wnmwr f r-ifl tlMiWMIMtrtftfl f JwAud&iJia PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1010 UCCESSOR PAINFULLY Dr.tF.VOHE itm bALL LU AKMSr Willi: I fl " ' 4 1 ' : I! h r it I h Of Loie Judge Jrister May Be T. Bolton Appointment Is Soon To Be Made Dtlier Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Newark, 0., Oct. It Tlip successor to the late Judge 13. M. 1. Drlstcr wilt bo forthcoming in n sort time. Another nnme has been abided to the receptive candidates for the honor In Itobblns Hunter, the young attor ney. It is stated, however, hat the one gentleman who uiecta with goner' al favor among the lawyers and others is Thomas B. Pulton. lie Is the logl-J cal candidate, they say. When Urister was nominated for the- term preceding the one he leaves iinllirinlicil It will he remembered that Mr. Fullon was be fore the Democratic primaries in the same capacity. It will bo, also remem bered 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. — 14 October 1910

pwwpifPM'ww1 ' ' iJwWpftST5TS5Sw x V FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 1010 LOCAL MHUL Riflf (MLSfll (Newark Advocate) i Ilobort Howor nnd Quy Holl, two residents of Knox county, pulled off ti lively scrap on Sonh Fourth Btrcot on Saturday ovcnlng about 0:30 o'clock, nnd bo vicious wcro tboy In their fight ing that It took Captain Swuik, Drlvor Francis and Patrolman Callan to ar rest thorn. During tho moloo Dell was tapped In t1idmouth with such forco that his false jteeth were broken, while Bower had a new $30 suit of clothes ruined by 'the wallowing ho did on tho ground, which ground Into tho cloth tho blood that flowed' from tho wounds. Thescrappors wore each fin ed $10 and costs. John Johns, who was arrested on Monday morning on a chargo of steal ing corn,was arraigned before Mayor Mitchell on Tuesday morning at nlno o'clock and entered a plea of guilty to tho charge. Ho was given a flno of $25 and costs. Tho flno was sus pended during Johns' good behavior and he was released. Columbus. O., Oc...

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. — 14 October 1910

I 4Mn3WytfpgiVBint9nmMMMmiaM!MMa umwiiimimawa mimu&mtHBWteite-&i!4ii&WM- wr tASE EIGHT bMMHRNnnnHH THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910 AMBASSADOR HILL Falls to Secure Redress For American Journalists. i'i'"i":i"h!i""i,'i,,:i"i"i"i' 4. " BLADHNflUOllG J. .J. J. 4 .J. .J. 4. ! I 'I Mrs. Blglow Jklollck and son Wnllaco of Newark visited over Sunday with relatives. Mrs. Mnrlnda Preston of near Chat ham spent a couple of days with her slstsor, Mrs. T. J. Hess. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Hall wcro gueBts of Utlca friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Humbert spent Sun day night with Mr. Blystono and wife. Mr. and Mrs.' Armor Hess and little son, Everett, of Martlnsburg, woro call ing on friends Sunday evening. Mrs. Lurllla Ashcraft left Wednes day for Alexandria to spend tho win ter. SHORT LOCALS REGRET INCIDENT BUT THAT IS ALL Germany Refuses Satisfaction For Assault on American. Berlin, Oct. 13. Satisfaction to one American and three English newspaper correspondents who were a...

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. — 18 October 1910

fipHifcflliySwap'PNWjiV '-'mi i vmw"ry$'irfrTi vr-wr-v "fr "WWr'9ir'w(wjwi7 T 5r"'5''? " "Tr r w -r - r -V- TT""' ffW1'Trt' " ? t wnifrTrwTWff -f-f5jy -rTtf?r JTifVf 1 " ' ( - V m0jmmje PRICE TWO CENTS , MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, ldlO No, 83 ESTABLISHED 1836 pnpp i'v"wxmwi . :: : Havintt ' -L -'.: ..y.. , .. . -- , ' i ' ! , . . . Bf. . i & - J5T r s S j W ALL GOES ? WITH Aeronauts Send Nantucket (r Office On Million Tliroiiged By People ing Navigators Of The Air-Dense Fog And Inadequate Equipment On The Dirigible Render Service Very Unsatisfactory To Anxious Friends Woodshole, Mass., Oct. 17. The first message caught at Siasconset read: "Havo shut down motors and am heading east northeast. Making 25 knots ah hour with engines. Saving juice for wireless. Dynamos not working. , Thick fog. No obser vation obtainable. Wellman." Latcrithis message was picked up: "The outlook not so favorable, but -we are keeping up the fight. Well man." Atlantic City, Oct. 17. Bob Miller'...

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. — 18 October 1910

wmimmimmB kmj inMiMBiiii x vnmMin 'j WEOR!MMH9'S!'JaBMlittMLiMMMBK!3naflHHNH)H W l"VH' m.ipn IJ f!PTn"TTBPT.-,g-gaSifZii jJSig35, lir TT1T IT--wi i . ?3gai'a3HlMJBllMlHlMm-.lM , , THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, octosEn is, 1010 A Mfe AGE TWO SUwRc IK By St HgM P Hi till' p 2-k !! r r ' : s - 1 u I u filmHuHtCK X -k - AMY W A B m b i vi i' In Conal System Referred To Gov. Harmon In Ills Speech At Zanesville Thursday Niglit Zanesvllje, O., Oct. 14 In his speech hero Inst night Governor Har mon said about the canal scandal: "Mr. Harding complains because the canal disclosures were not made ear lier In my administration. He "does not seem to reallo tho Indictment he makeB of tho many administrations all controlled by tho state house and city boss ring which never turned a hand. He pays mo an unconscious compli ment, too, In expecting such prompt and effectlvo action with out a man In that department on whom I could de pend for help. Ho refers to tho res olution of 1909 for tho appointme...

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. — 18 October 1910

TUESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE TTHrt ST FOR BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ill Suit Filed By Mrs. Sylvia Mcintosh Dog Bites Three People Friday Afternoon And Victims Go To Pasteur Plea For Increased Member ship Of Y. M. C. A. 600 Members Wanted For , Local Association Under A Load Of liay When Wagon Upset DIVORCE RABID EARNE BURIED Against Dr. It. L. Mcintosh Of This City Other items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice , And Millwood Man Receives ' Serious Injuries Institute '! I! jr h Sylvia M. Mcintosh has commenced .suit In common pleas court against Robert L. Mcintosh, asking for di vorce, restoration to her maiden name and support for their fifteen-year-old son, Harold. They were married Oct. 26, 1892, and have qno child. Plaintiff charges her husband with extreme cruelty In that he refused to cohabit with her or llvo with her as man and wife. Mrs. Mcintosh says thaUwhllo she has a legal residence In Knox county, Ohio, she is making her home temporarily with ...

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. — 18 October 1910

itlntiitraWwiiM'iii- .. , iW.'-W.lfayWjirtfninlj.r,ay.ljl ii Wfr, w, ...i. , MMtrriMHMi mtn Mnrm!rjNftB ' IJJHJMH-1L ""l!j!! TjjgW8B4lpigmm?MlBWlii r,fitiwfinwnmifjitiiiiinriiiimtiiiniiii,ir i i iT'H 1 1 1 1 ilH'niUlt'D uvi'irvr.r.ttr'jasia xvJfciffwiiatfmgiW4w;wy'Mi'ii VAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910 wtnKMMfVm 1 ft H N a r It e ir Bi i' h i i ii t L i-y 5 ii p h! !! U ' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor JSoax&JL- W oolsLLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubscrlptlon Rate $160 per yea- Entered at the ML Voraon, 0., pos( vtflce as second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET 'Governor Judson Harmon. Lieut. Got. Atlee l'omercno. Supreme Judges Maurice If Donahue, James Johnson. , Attorney Gcnorat Timothy S. Hogan. Secretary of State Chas. F. Graves. State Treasurer D. 8 Creamer. Clerk Supromo Court Frank McKcan. Dairy and Food Com. S. E. 8trode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Board Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William a. Sharp. Circuit Judge Itobcr...

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. — 18 October 1910

fJMw? rtp Tffi'' ' TUksbAV, 0&6fct-& is, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER (AGE FIVI fe-. ,v k KIDNAPPED Boy Is Located In lit. Ver non By His Father Willi The Assistance Officer McClroy - Of Lad Left His Home Near City Of Pittsburg I Tl On September 4 With An Umbrella Mender And Found In The "Junges" In Ait. Vernon Earl Mills, aged ahout 15 years, kid napped from his home In Wlndbar, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburg, on the afternoon of September 4, by an um brella mender, was found In this city Sunday afternoon and there was a hap-i py reunion between father and son In the "Jungl$s," near the B. & O. rail road bridge, Just south of the city. S. M- Mills, father of tae boy, and S. W. McMullen, chief of police of Wlndbar, Pa., arrived In Mt. Vqhrpn Sunday afternoon on the 12:25 C. A. -& C. train from rMIHersburg and sought tho assistance of Lieutenant of Police McBlroy and to him thfcy told the story concerning tho kidnapping of tho boy and expressing the firm be Hqf that the l...

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