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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 18 October 1910

-"'f TilfiliiMfi MMUWiwniwWi m muuwi tmm-em mrwmwimmmmwmmmWMm rnV. -M"- ' f - f-- qj TIM-") , t"T-" 1 PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910 l: 61 COMMISSIONERS' REPORT TO THE COURT OP COMMON PLEAS OF KNOX COUNTY, OHIO: Wo herewith submit a detailed statement of our financial transactions for the year ending Auk. 31, 1910, as required by Section 917, 11. S. Respectfully, NEW BRIDGES AND CULVERTS LABOR AND AIATI3RIALS Alt. Vernon Bridge Co., Luzerne Urldge Wnyne Twp ( Ml 00 Alt. Vernon Brldgo Co., .Scott Keir Bridge, Jackson twp 303 00 Jit. Vernon Bridge Co., Huwklns bridge, Alllford Twp 800 00 ill. Vernon Bridge Co., Ill own Bridge, Miller Twi 217 00 Alt. Vernon Bridge Co., Ilcclitol Bridge, Liberty Twp.,,,,.,.' CW 00 ait. vernon Bridge Co., estimate No. 1 Kinney bridge MOO 00 jui. vernon linage Co.. w pet. su- per-structuro W. High st. br..... 5100 00 Jilt, vernon urldge Co.. balance due on Kinney bridge... 440 00 jm. vernon untice Co., iron rods for Zuck bridge M...

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. — 18 October 1910

MHM wmm flKMMW. W1 "' Vwwnfr?iFW:PH,'rm' r" -' -r- wjwi(jiw "T "T"W" wtjfw --' NFf rymif ffmrWTyn)r"m TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN IV fnr '4'. W lAi W ' K fnr 1nmntr, 431 Cii 1'ntrldk J'urc'cll. expense ronveylntf Hdltli Weaver lo Columbus 2 40 Patrick I'uixaU, nxputiHo conveying Uecinmt Iihvh to Lancaster 8 00 II. J. Pouch, tin oo days uxmninliii; ivpttNiu-y I.. ' TO I. I", HtroiiK, tin eo days examining treasury . l 00 Girls' inclunltlnl School, clothing for Co. Inmates 27 78 Girls' ItultiKltlut Hchool, clothing for Co, Inmates 1$ Hiiriur i. uuiiyiiiiiie, expense ui- tending HlntH Conference Char Untii Conference Clinr- ity Mrs. Freil V. Wolfo, oxponso at tending State Conreronco Clmrlty. 13. II. Parmer, 2 UnyB assisting mirvevor on tux minis.,. ...... 15 40 15 40 4 00 Olill) ytnto- Hospital Epileptics, clothing for rmtlentH..,,. .' 47 0 Ohio Stuto llospltnl Kplleptlcs, clothing for patients 39 fiO Institute Kcoblo Minded, clothing n for patients 15 0...

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. — 18 October 1910

gPf ..i iTiMffiTy yyjr??yrayij7f'v"''": wvss,,r i Taiwan imHMffMU.-.ffliTiVTf i T-mfinijr( THE DEMOCRATIC, BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910 fACE EIGHT iwwwm i " " uiaiiiimHiwi.iiii L""' '' . nn ri waajar.iira,- i . - i. 1 1 t j .. m. - . i . i .t - - iiiITii ii iJmj m a i u mm i - - - ' taut c p- mh mmrmr r. 1.1 - r ',fjii r--- - I"""" ' 7 ..; , . - immiMi ' ' TBBT" '.-w-'! w 4)7."T'rv'"iaft(nR:" ' '"MRIWW(lW,lWIwiSsiTr.'H'- rtw--?.'.i'r "-1 i t. t L, rm if H A HOME OF PALMS AND FLOWERS awwpwyggl the Sfff Only WSBUBBHr IBk Mciliciii(l isH l-lf Ever f yRHPi s w Fnfpppil Ii Ills ivi-! SIS--- - 'IPy Home aRra:i 5 I Suffered with Kidney Trouble. J r I Suffered with Kidney Trouble. XT, ftnl.nrt. TT. TJnrrla. l UnRt lltll Ht.. lllBt OaUllllld. Onl.. WrltOS! "Wo liavo novcr liad any other inodiciuo but l'oruna In our homo slnco ( wo havo bcon married. "i HUUWruu WJUl jvmuuj mm uwvj. iiuwv, .. ... xflth l'oruna mauo mo a vteii aim sirong num. "My wlfo Xolt -weak and was o.islly tired and wa...

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. — 21 October 1910

Siijm ywwww(ippwyiwl r;v S ' ' v 4 w ' & miKTm. , r PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910 No. 84 ESTABLISHED 1836 SO W jfx Baniuer f i V X I III II ll :jmtiMkti TELLS 1Y ABANDONED Wellman Places Eplibrator May Make Another Attempt To Cross Atlantic In Balloon If Something Is Invented To Keep Dirigible Steady Aeronauts Get Tame Reception 0n Arrival In New York-Jack Irwin And Captain Down Tell Of Rescue At Sea New York, Oct. 20. The steamship .' Trent arrived here, having on board Walter Wellman and his flvo com panlons wjjo were rescued at. sea from the dirigible balloon America, about 375. miles east of Norfolk, Va., while attempting to fly from At lantic City to Europe. -Mr. Well man, still wearing his khaki aviation clothes which ho had on when sail ing from Atlantic City, showed no 111 effects of the voyage, nor did his companions, other than that' Well man was pale and carried one arm In a sling owing to an Injury to the lit tle finger cf his rlirht hand. ...

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. — 21 October 1910

'..t 'IHfl -i; :'- pwVwpiw ,1 AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTODEFl 21, 1f10 'T1 "vvy- Lt Vatf i n ,1 S , 7 & if 1! t '?h $ LOOK j j ! j j j j j j t ! Mr. nnd Mrs. Audrey Searles of Cen terburg were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. "Will Rowland Sunday. Mrs. Dcbornh Ltirlmoro of Homer, Is "visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Stoughton. Mrs. Dallas Carver Is very 111 at her homo here. Mr. nay Stoughton of 'Wcslcrvlllo was In Lock Thursdayr Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Cornell nnd chil dren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. has. Fredericks nt Stinbury Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins re turned Friday from a visit In Coshoc ton county. Dr. V. A. Smith of Springfield,, O., was the guest of Mrs. W. II. MitchGll and family the first of the week. Miss Minnie Twining of Granville, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hattle Chrlsman. Mrs. ItfE, Watson of Newark Is vis iting relatives hero this week. Master Colt Mitchell of Mt. Liber ty visited Maurice Mitchell Saturday and Sunday. j. CENTEitnuna .$ t J J ...

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. — 21 October 1910

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THflM i. d? fkki Afelfclg FINE BUSINESS ABILITY Possessed Dy Lloyd M. DcMeino ' cratlc Nominee For Treasurer Lloyd M. Hell, tho Democratic nomi nee for county treasurer, Is Veil nnd favorably known throughout Knox county. Ho was born at West Car lisle, Coshocton county, and Is !!0 years of ago. His father was Stephen Doll, a native of Knox county. When ELDERLY I ' i iN Lovers Marry Alter A Long Friendship Bride's Home In Marengo, Morrow Co, LLOYD M. BELL Lloyd was twelve" years of age, in 1883, tho family lemoved to Croton, nearXJonterbuig. He was educated In tho public schools nt Croton and after graduation spent two years at the Ohio Normal University, taking the classical course, Ho. engaged in school teaching for five years. He re moved to Centerburg In 189G, and be came the owner and editor of the Ga zette at that place, which he- made ono of the best weekly newspapers in central Ohio. A man who can success fully conduct a new...

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. — 21 October 1910

m- iHiHHHHiHHHMHi BHgyM",PWMiW 'gPwwwaiww)Dp -fr" f ') ,11; i'rtr . n 'ifUM , i miii 'i ' i "h'ii1 ' m '! V" PAGE FbUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1010 nwagiws rajffllHMBimsSigfe. r.VTg!8WB51l nWtwwgmiJLt - . ''asSSSS3J... ,.'"( .'!' " ''" "r-r-n "r1'' ' '" "v-n-.-Tr-. ..vW. ..,-- . . .'-TTT3SiZirT'" imM . ' " ' """ ' ' '" --ir 'ir" r1' wrr-f- m iiri ii-iiiirfitiiHliliriillhltfffi1'n'r",tr'lw'rt'r' 1 i y Km 'i ii iiniiiim"i " n ii "i" i ' -" IBWm mi,ilv v r t w,.v V'-v. ' '"nm '" '" i " in iiiiijn it i ' . , . . . , l WJ .fV-.itK, f MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor jSoiaal- w oolsJL-y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $160 por yoa- Kntcred at the ML Veraon, 0., poet Ulco as second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET aovernor JuJson Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atleo I'oinerenc. Supreme Judges Muurlco II. Donahue, Jnmcs Johnson. Attorney General Timothy H. Iloean. Sccrctnry of State Clias. P. Graves. State Treasurer D. H, Creamer. Clerk Supiomo Court Krank McICoan. Dair...

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. — 21 October 1910

MHBHBM wrS9limigtmfiiifm W WMBHW ' fiw,:'wjiw wmiiAbriiwmvmrrprr-rF. '- '-!!S!!!!rfKIKKtKtKKKKKHtltKKKKKKtKKKtM h FfllDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE PTIVIt w ,j S! V? v m r. Ji W. fuller, of California. A'V '"x', '. ' s t Pc-ru-na the Remedy. DR. J. W. FULLER, Scientific Opti cian, SOS North Main St., Los Ange les, Gal,, writes: "I was troubled with catarrh of the head lor many years. It affected my eonso of smell, hearing and sight. "I spent lots of monoy with doctors and tho use of local applications to ro llovo mo, but to no purpose until my attontion was called to tho wonderful effects of Poruna. "I must say that I mot with most sur prising and satisfactory results. Peru na took hold of tho complaint and drove it entirely out of my system. "Although well along toward the allotted span of man's life, I am as ploasod as a child over tho results, and Xeol llkirn-young man again." Man-a-Un an Ideal Laxative. Patent Colt Lace J rW MC I'M The style of Hanan Shoes is ...

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. — 21 October 1910

fnn w".nnjifw;Ti""r "T"' v PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1910 IK I EXEGUTRICES I ! I Ijf The Lizzie A. Quaid Estate Sued For $1,842,40 By Isaiielle McDanieis For House Keeping, Etc, Jolin 0. Johnson (Has Filed A Suit For Divorce t!iit Doesn't Remember Date Of His Marriage Dtiier Notes Of Interest Fnun Tempie Of Justice iBnbello AloDanlels has commenced suit In the court of common pleas of Knox county against Francos Lafover and Mary Dello Ilowley, exccutrlces of Llzzlo A. Qimlil. The plaintiff seeks to recover tho sum of fl,84l!.40, and Interest from April 18, 1910, for house hold work pei formed and for musing Lizzie A, Quald from March 1, 10011 to April 18, 1910, being a period of :i08j weeks, which tho plaintiff claims was worth $7 per week, making a total of $2,579.G0, and a credit of $737, leav lnga balanco of f 1, 812.110, which tho plaintiff claims Is due her for services performed. The plaintiff states that on July 15, 1910, sho presented her claim to the...

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. — 21 October 1910

fmlWllm. "(Wl't'T'ffTn ,YJHWJV f'Vi "" "fStttj MmjipW ' 'Wr , -, .r np, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2i, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN N & &j6Atvmrjjl KILLED x In Akron Was David II. Ayers Of This City Life Crushed Out By A B. & 0. Locomotive Remains Brought To Vernon For Burial Hf. David H. Ayors, of Mt. Vernon, O., aged 27 years, met Instant death at Akron Monday evening at 8:25 o'clock .when he was run down by a locomo tive on the tracks of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. When trainmen reach his side death had resulted. Tho details of tho accident (ire lacking, but It Is tho supposition that Ayers did not hear or see tho loco motive as ho wis crossing tho B. & O. tracks at a point where It was unus ually dark. The victim of tho accident was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Druco Ayers of this city, residing at 10G East Front street. Tho decensed had been working In Akron for some ttmo previous to his death. Tho remains arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon nt 12:25 over tho C,...

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. — 21 October 1910

MMPPMHi ir- , 5 Vr-.r - rWn8',,T'l'T ' tq'jMVfllllip w-Hl!IVlV '"'1- -wMwfpi'W ".'!" )"tfWiW),i4.IHli! ' -rxwOWfiVW W '-f fMW?"lh '","" "ty juHljiiiyii'y'H"'HlWlllJ "y"j' 1" I'1' """"tj. A8E EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1910 iTiqp,-fr',rW1r ft m tf! t i?f If n i I r t re 5 Read the Daily ! Historical Bui- j I letin in Penn's I I Window. i 5 It consists of a large picture Z In colors illustrating some lm- ; 5 portant historical event whlchI 3 occurred upon the same date at some time In the past. When j ; you see It, you will appreciate ; Z Its educational value, and we ; believe that you will be glad to J give It attention dally. Pictures 2 of this character possess the J power to Improve the mind with 5 historical facts where mere text I 5 would not do so, and they al- S Ways supplement the latter In Z the most effective way. ; ; The original drawings from ; Z which these pictures are re pro- Z duced represent an outlay of ; 5 $10,000 and they are attracting ! a gr...

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. — 25 October 1910

mmmmmmmmm IMMMmnMMM wmm jyiiMwiiiaiLWiwwywi &M0tmW PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1910 No. 85 f. ESTABLISHED 1836 l wmmmmmmmmmmmm WilBr Tlf!SRW!IFJPlwfP!BBBWW Wf-'mWr -.--.' t -,- ,v ..j-yr , '. ; I i r H Bsmttjer, m -cl? Y V SEARCH IN FOR Hawley And Post Northern Dusseldorf II Comes To Earth 1,240 Miles From St. Louis And Aeronauts Lose Themselves In Dense Woods- Rescued By Fisherman On His Rounds-Have Broken Former Record Of 1,193 Miles Made In Flight . FromTaris To Siberia - ' Ottawa, Oct. 24. The Ducseldorf M landed at Klsklslnk, 13.! miles north of Quebec. Since the Gcrmonla and Du3scldorf II both descended north of Quebec and the Helvetia at Lake Temlskaming, It is thought hero that the America II may bo down somewhete between Lake, To raishaging and Lake St. John, Que bec. If, on the other hand, the Amer ica II crossed Lake Superior well to the west, ar currents may nave car ried it into West Ontario. The Azu , rca Came down'near Blscotaslng, on tho ...

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. — 25 October 1910

HWWlllWUllMMI.JJIIIl(!llllliilPMMMHai iMWii.'wyuniiiliMutiMW'"'i THE DEMOORATIO BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1910 Htl' aqe two Mrs i 111 ? 11:' II Br Ijfr s H nit ' i Witt m ri K. . U -i I ; i i i I t I' i Km. , For Supremo Court Judge I'tBfclF MAURICE H. DONAHUE, . Ifflft ' ew Lex'n3ton' Perry County. $ IKE HSfgS&&sH i ill Iw: 118 I i III W&mPmfctifads3M I 'A lit Hlpl i 11! WmfiS3M I Hi ! IfflffllMpM 1 II HB 1 p III HBIHHy-P ! Mf ill ii &i i ra Judgo Maurlco H. Don aim o of Now Lexington, O,, one of tho Democratic nominees for supremo Judgo of Ohio, carried a district that Is usually Re publican by 5000 by a plurality of 2500 when bo was re-elected circuit judge. At tho samo time several Ito publlcan candidates wore elected by pluralities approximating 5000. Judgo Donalmo began tho p'actlco of law 25 years ago, a fow months After ho reached tho ago of 21 years. Tho year following his admission to tho bar he was elected prosecuting nttorncy for his county. Three years...

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. — 25 October 1910

r,W',ww,'i " VfinfTt"Tf",ij"' ,l"' ',r"?llr" r-Tf-T'-rrr "71- 'ffi,Wly)M'Mf'llll'W'l'-y TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THUt j I TRYING TO FOOL i fi.O.P. Tricksters Misrepresent New Tax Valuations f j REFORMS GOV. HABHOIj POSHED FORWARD j Full Values and Jte&iced Rates Mean Less Taxes ri. W. Dunfap, state dairy rind food commissioner, ono ot thd candidates for a third term on tho Itopubllcan stato ticket, permitted his tongue to run away with his rensoi In sovornl of his campaign speeches At Berlin Holghts and elsewhere ho charged that Coventor Harmon had dragged the stato board ot agricul ture Into politics and that the board was made up of a lot of politicians. ' It Is remarkable that a stato om clal, evo.n hough a candidate for a third term, should mako a statement msnt so completely tho reverso of ta truth. Instead of dragging tho state board of agrlculturp Into politics, one of the nrst omcial acts by Governor Harmon was tb take the state board of agrl '...

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. — 25 October 1910

W MiMm..ai.w.. , .. ... ..i-SSiSI -.- ..-M.- -MMatjiiialiaMlMMMMiM jjgWJiUfc. Vijtferff'f?.i!fe'.'.'.gn'"' r."? t y.-wy Tg.ja n""MnBBBBBianHHaHBBIBBBLi wvKfWWrr' - -' page t-oun THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOBER '25, 1910 ' " ' i-- t . . .. i1 vV71 , ifcMv. h - . .. .. v, ,w .v'wll!- .B,w,wwfcWWW'TWWWWWWSPW l r I ? n i Hi ! i'' hit j hi 'I ' 15he SBiOTTOir MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor mJL-"Vro:LsLl:sr 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ubucrlptlon ' Rate $U50 per yen .Entered at the Alt. Vernou, O., poat--otflce aa second class mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Judson ITarmon. Xilout. Gov. Atlcc I'omerono. tiupremo Judges Maurice II. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy S. Ilogan. Secrctnry of Stato Clina. F. Graves. Stute Treasurer D, 8. Creamer. Clork Suprome Court I-'rank MoKcan. Dairy and Food Com. S. B. Strode.. School Commissioner Prank W. Miller. Hoard Public Worlto-J. A. Stales. Congressman William G. Sharp. Circuit Judge Rolici t 8. Bhlclds. -Stato Senator ...

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. — 25 October 1910

"BJW")1 Pir'tJ,""""f ' 'ft? -r myv'W WfrW " ft TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 1010 NEW Pastor Of The Presbyterian Church Assumes His Duties And Preaches His first Sermon At The Regular 'Morning Service On Sunday i I. The Congregation Hears An Eloquent Sermon , , (. And Members Much Pleased With New Pastor The congregation of the Presbyter ian church of this city had on Sunday rooming tho first opportunity to seo and hear their new minister, Rov. Wil liam A. Clemmor, late of Ashland, Pa., where he has just finished his first appointment. ..It'ev. Clcmmer Is a man of very impressive speech and during his sermon on Sunday morning he ex pressed his heartiest thanks and ap preciation that the local congregation naa sont their call for him and said that lie., would do all in his power to come up to their expectations and i '-SmmmmWBth:' mmmmmmkWS'-,immmmmmmm REV. W. A. CLEMMER The New Pastor of the Presbyterian Church v make, an earnest endeavor to do great good, In tho community. He stated that hoo...

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. — 25 October 1910

iiigiiiflg PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER JJIlliiBIBBolBMiiiiiiiiiii " VftSffS" rrJ?r &..'?.JI.,.mimi)tmmiSKBSSM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1010 f 1W1MIHWH lBMm MPIMaiM,,, jAU I,T 1 I ! i f tt 1 ? f 1 J . 4 I f I f) t.........-i..(-...ii.ti.t.i.lt.t..-HtQOO PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Poster Brooklyn Tabernacle (- --Q0 O London, October 23 I'nstor UusbcII of Urooklyn Tnuurmiclo today niWlresi d nn Immense nndlcncc In the world's greatest Auditorium, the Koynl Albert Hall. Mirny of his nudlcnce were Jews, nttracted by the liberal extracts from I'nstor Russell'H sermons which liaTO been appearing In the Jewish pa pers nil over the world. The discourse was full of contorting nssurnnccs (both to Jew and Gentile) of the glorious out forao to the Divine Plan, as respects our world and Its Inhabitants. Wo re port the address only In part, as fol lows: There can bo no doubt that the words of our test apply, not to Spiritual Is rael and the heavenly Jerusalem, but to tho Sued of Jaco...

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. — 25 October 1910

M M"rpMjnpp ' w w'w y TUEBDAY.nOCTOBER 25 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEB. PAGE SEVEN NnrnmiM V ROAD Superintendents For Eacli Cpunty In State Is The Recommendation Of Highway Commissioner And Legislature May Create ' Such An Office By Passing. A Law At The Next Session The Duties Of The Superin tendent Are Outlined Columbus, O., Oct, 21 In his work of revising and codifying the stato roatl laws, assigned to him by the legislature Inst winter, 'State Highway Commissioner Wonders has now tak en up the subject of road repairing. This may bo Bald to be a feature of road matters that has been wholly omitted In this stato up to this time for what has been provided for by law heretofore has been so inefficient ly done that It would have been bet tor had ,It been omitted. Commissioner Wonders proposes that the road repairing shall bo dono conjointly by tho "county and town ships. Ho proposes to create the posi tion of county road superintendent. He is to be appointed by tho county commissioners...

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. — 25 October 1910

mmmmm&mammtiimmmmMmim ABE EIQHT l i THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, OCTOlJElt 25, 1910 ' " "' vTSra ' .( u 1 I i L'U H- si i . 1 1 t if H F Mi Mi u: i ! ' tt' h 41 t II 1 11 mi it 'V FRENCH FLIER t MAY NOT ENTER leBlanc and Latham Object to Belmont Course, . TOO MANY DANGEROUS POINTS Wolsant and Grahamc-Whlte Attempt Flights In Presence of Large Crowd but Machines Are Wrecked In 30- Mllo Breeze Aviators Receive Threatening Letter From Owner of ) Adjacent Property Who Objects to Screens That Will Prevent View. Kcrw York, Oct. 24. When fho offl dais of the International aviation Inoet declared that there was too much wind for flights, the crowd of f,000 left Belmont park In disgust. but stormier than the storm was the feeling of tho members of the French team, LoBlanc and Latham, bero to lift tho Gordon Bennett In ternational speed cup. LcBlano and Latham vehemently confirmed earlier Tumors that tho international course Is little to their liking and that they probably will not comp...

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. — 28 October 1910

iTW',',T3(P'TT StitUS '' WlWWft'Jfi!jifr fo jewfafijt tuwr -Z. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2&, 1910 No. 86 ESTABLISHED 1836 :X: ffyT " ""S'y-fr 'j ' vty (Uf?i "ijp5rf y ' Jgrr i Stett 0 I N , '' V? AMERICA II LANDS IN DESOLATENORTHLAND Thrilling Account Is Given - By The Aeronauts Themselves Hawley and Post on Wav Home. BATTLE WITH ELEMENTS Traverse Network of Lakes and Forests' Since Oct. 19. ' DISTANCE RECORD SMASHED Send Message When First Tele graph Station Is Reached Mel Trapers After Four Days Tramp I and Sleeping Three Nights In Open Air. y New York, Oct. 27. Dispatches from various Canadian points an nouncing the safety of Alan 'I Haw ley and Augustus Post, of tho Amer ica II., or whom no certain news had been hoard slnco the start of tho In ternational balloon race from St. Louis, on Oct. 17, wero received at tho Aero club. Tho first news from the aeronauts ' themselves was con tained In the following tqle;rram: "St. Ambrolse, Sagueny, Quebec, Oct 2C...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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