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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 28 October 1910

-U31f- O a "'Wi'Blilt'l'lPllfflffy SMnyji4Wi'(wwinuniMwwnwM wwivmipwmii wa jr?imjjjjiri y THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 1010 AGE TV0 "TffiMin f nr iTiTff riff in hi 1 1 1 ii mil ii n-mmmm'mmmUiMmmtmiaimimmKtmti JliyWIlMHWIH mn 1 1 T2 :rc I :sm ' " r -!', M I J M ii T y a I 0- 1 t. ; ' i 'I l :1 r II f tf II f. u fci One Doctor No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select the best one, then stand by him. No sense either in trying this thing, that tiling, for your cough. Carefully, deliber ately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick I to it. Ask your doctor about throat and lung troubles. Sold tor nearly seventy years. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J. c. Ayer Co.,Lowell, M7 Why try tills thing, that liiin(, for your old reliable family laxative Aycr's Pills? maifflifl-wm: HARMON EXPOSES A RANK FAKE Gives the Plain Truth on Tax Values In Few Words FULL VALUATION WILL Correspondence That Makes Whole Subject Clear As astounding scheme of unprinci p...

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. — 28 October 1910

hwHR")!P,'WfflB5 -mjH.tm,, ' jy..H.i U-,- .Vfi-I"'" -" JSU.M Hi' 'il,lMnin hi i-wr.fgiiirijiin IWi i c " W T i I -- .AfJT 'Bj-.tB.WT V.Cf.Mjr,flL .TV i. Al . , . if ')i He1 wi win " " v FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEB PAGE THRRR A The Knox Building Loan Co Offers many Inducements to those who wish to build, to buy or to borrow monoy for other purposes. let. Interest at C per cent per an num. 2nd. A now principal every six months. 3rd. No fines or promtums. 4th. Easy monthly payments. Dth. Tho prlvllego of, making extra payments" which reduco both tho prin cipal and also tho ttmo required to pay oft tho loan. Questions cheorfully answered any time. ' C. F. Colvlllo. Offlco C E. High St. Scc'y. DIVORCE Suit Filed By Julia Kline Against John Kline In Which She Makes Some Sensational Charges T Real Estate. The best bargain In a nice home two blocks from Public 8quare, Mt. Vernon. Nine- room, two story brick house, lot 80x133 ft. with an L, 38x55 ft. to alley; the' ground ...

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. — 28 October 1910

limLi1"'" """ BTEH5, ' i tAIWWJ? 1 c4WXW1S-pmT?v 'nw. ajggjgQ "ifTfyfwi rr'Hup-'fr''nTffV ff''flJ" .! )Upi yiifili ymfiini nr( nm, fti lUlljUHmm m J ' 'm Ullill iWl'Wiiyw i.ffinil "IH ' mr" "Tf" ""'''JWJWi "ryflfWW' mi tiriiinniiHMiilMwr',-MJFtJHjttf?" irfy -n it V X AGE FOUR THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FHIDAY, OCTOBER 2 191,0 WMiiMI';iWMlilliwWluWiiiwAil A if ; U.. ! He iirajmere MOUNT VBRNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxril"77'OGlacJ.y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE nbgcrlptlon Rate $U60 par yna fcutered uC'the Mt. Voraon, 0., post ottlce oa second class mall mattor. r DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor Juilgdn Harmon. Lieut. Gov. Atleo Pomercno. Supremo JuJgWt-Maurlco II. Donahue, James Johnson. Attorney General Timothy B. Ilogan. Secretary of Slate Chan. POravcs. I SUite Treasurer-!. 8. Crcamor. Clerk Supreme Court Frank McKcnn. Dalrj and Food Coin. 8. B Strode. School Commissioner Frank W. Miller. Doard Public Works J. A. States. Congressman William G. Sharp. Circuit Judgo Itohcrt S. Blilelda. State Sena...

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. — 28 October 1910

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PACE FIV? V .J V WS h HEADER Taken By A Woman In A' Hobble Skirt Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 27 Lottlo Hast ings, n society bud in tho suburb of Wbltaker, appeared today in tho worst-hobbled hobblo skirt tho bor ough had seen. Whitaker's Main street has n curb threo feet high, tho sidewalk boing elevated above the roadway, and when Lottlo tripped on the hobbles Bho took a header over the curb. Tho hobbles held fast, and Lottlo remained stationary, head down and feet straight up, her heels wiggling a C. Q. D. messago for help, Several passorsby wero so shocked that they forgot to go to her aid im mediately. She was finally rescued, with a dislocated shoulder. Reaching the Top In any any calling of life, demands a vigorous body and a keen brain. With out health thero Is no succoss. But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known. It compote perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and en riches tho...

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 October 1910

rAQE W;t COUNCIL Meets In Regular Session On Monday Night When A Number Of Matters Were Disposed Of .Ordinance Passed To Open Up Oak Street City Engineer lllimi Opposes Storm Sewers in imieni hands Hill Do Office nf Clerk 01 Conns Under Chas. W. Hayes In casting nbout for n sultablo per son to assist him In conducting tho olllcc, Clork of Courts Bcrmont's selec tion fell upon diaries W- Hayes, and that thoxtiolco was a Good one was demonstrated from tho beginning of tho term nnd has continued over since. As deputy cleric, Mr. Hayes soon bo camo familiar with tho duties of tho ofllce, showing an aptitude for tho work Hint was unusual. Having so thoroughly equipped himself for tho requirements of tho office, It was on ly to be expected that no one would Btrlvo against him for tho nomination at tho primaries. PROPERTIES Of lit. Vernon Railway And Light Co. incorporated In The City Of Columbus Monday Afternoon layer Mitchell Is Requested To Make A Report The city council met in regular ...

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 October 1910

tf r "T" "7 rpifji -.,- --.orrvw-pr mT W" jji nnlrrtB rriTWWWlwBIBlfpBapP fW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN v WONDERFUL Outpourin'o Of People To , Hear Harmon And Sharp And Daugiicrty On Monday Night And Great Ovations Given The Speakers Many Telling Points Made By Each Of Them People Show A Great Interest In The Campaign It was a wonderful outpouring of tho peoplo ot Mt. Vernon nt the Dem ocratic meeting at the rink Monday night, and a gieat ovation wns given .the speakers of the evening Gov. Harmon, Congressman Sharp and Hon. M. A. Daugherty. Only -on ono other occasion was there a larger crowd present at a po litical gathering In Mt. Vernon, and that was In 1S97, when Bryan spoke on tho public square. Gov. Harmon and Mr. Daugherty ar rived mi the C:G2 train on tho C, A. & C. railroad, accompanied by news paper men- from tho city dallies. Tho distinguished party was met at tho station by tho reception committee and at least a hundred other citizens. ...

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. — 28 October 1910

WMWMMMflWMWJui ,lw t4 'T,"7V :ttffttaftaam iffWiiffllnMtf r agMaMBMaMaiiiiMWMJIIZrL- ... llwim.MMnMMHrtfyr ..xl-'aaeain U'T1' '"' toWwWMncww' v fMMto yrjfraft'lHwim - . w . .. . --.JZZZrZJL:.':-" 'w-'T"wM'"ww"ff''-ifr nurr-fi -irrr T1 -r'T i nJ-T-n-irM-iiiiniT)iMiiiin ftm Tf im -w""'"' -. - -t ! . -.lll...p,. riMim THt: tnpuM Wfoqga AE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 160 r r r Hf. TWO COLUMBUS MEN LOST LIVES AT SEA One Leaps Overboard When Brother Is Washed Away. i Columbus, O., Oct. 27. W. P. and J. M. Taylor, brothers, formerly of tills city but more recently resident of tho Isle of Pines, lost their lives In the tropical hurricane which swept vor tho Gulf of Moxlco early last week. They wore passengers on a small steamer bound for .Mobile when toe Btorm hit tho vessel. The pas sengers were lashed to the rigging to heel) from being washed ovor board, but ono of the Taylor boys bo camu unfastened and was aw opt out to sea before tho eyes of his brother. Tho latter, I...

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. — 1 November 1910

,Ji cm0jpfa mtntt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1910 No. 87 ESTABLISHED 1836 . m & i Jfc m I ALL NOT LO TO Moisant Defeats Mile (lets $10,000 Prize Hung Up By Thomas J. Ryan For Quickest Flight From Belmont Park To Statue Qf Liberty And Return-While Circling The Bronze s Latly Thought How Appropriate That Trip Was Made In French Machine Now York, Oct. 31. In a 50-horae-power BIcriot machine, John Moisant exploded upward from Belmont park and flew west by south 17 miles in an air line to and around the Statuo of Liberty and back to tho park, 34 miles in all, In 34 minutes 38.4 seconds, for a cash prize of $10,000 donated by Thomas F. Ryan for the speediest trip to the statue and 'back during the aviation meet. Claude Grahnino-Whlto. who on Sat urday won the international speed s race in his 100-hor3epower Bleriot, rando the trip from the park to the statue and return , succesfully an hour earlier than Moisant visited the bronze lady, hut it took the English...

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. — 1 November 1910

VAQE TWO Haw innwiwiwjmi LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Akron, 0., Oct. 28 Tho G. A. Kern plo building, occupied by the Hnrd ar nnd Supply couipauy, was com pletely destroyed by Ilro early this morning. Flvo floors and a basement, heavily stocked with hardwaro and fculldlng materials, woro gutted. Tho building was valued at $75,000, partly covered with Insurance., Tho ioaa to stock and fixtures Is estimated at $150,000. Only a small part of tho stock wns Insured. Tho origin of tho firo la unknown. Toledo, O., Oct 28 A pretty love Story was rovcalcd hero today when Jacob Pycatto, agel 73 years, of Mar lon, Ind., retired contractor, married Jeanetto Wordon, aged 72 years, of Toledo. Pyeatte's affidavit disclosed that ko twice had embarked on tho matri monial sea. His brldo was a widow. "I'm only 72," Jokingly remarked Mrs. Worden, "but If you ask mo how old I feel. I would toll you 22. I fell like a young girl." Tho bridegroom also boro himself more like a youthful swain than a man who had pa...

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. — 1 November 1910

l.w..il.J.MUjiw.iciiwlBiwrcwiMirviurti;t..l.gi "rmrVaTrVtrrfimitm'IlAti1ttom-MfnnmmmMtim il 111 i "Wlttrsm'M f'AiKarrt ( j; & :: t y u K 'n WWmNmmm tm htmm 1 (j iisawfTri t X p K TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1010 DEMOCRATIC TICKET (Election Tuesday, Nov. 8) Governor Judaon Harmon Lieutenant Governor Atlee Pomerene Supreme Judges Maurice H. Donahue James Johnson ,Attorney General Timothy 8. Hogan Secretary of State Chas. F. Graves 8tato Treasurer D. 8. Creamer Clerk Supreme Court Frank McKean Dairy and Food Commissioner S. E. Strode 8chool Commissioner Frank W. Miller Board of Public Works J. A. 8tates Congressman William G. Sharp Circuit Judge Robert 8. Shields State Senator Welland D. Gray Representative Samuel R. Gotshall Clerk of Court Chas. W. Hayes Sheriff Peter J. Parker Auditor Irvln Young Commissioners tegrand Brltton Theodore M. Dill William Lewis Treasurer .. Lloyd M. Bell v Recorder Benjamin R. Parker Surveyor J Arthur C. Wolfe Prosecuting 'Attorney B. B. Ferrenbaugh Infirmar...

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. — 1 November 1910

,(.y 1 1 1 lll' ""' """i''iipra;Wr' ' ' .V !. " " t' JW'( ' yi 'r' "iM11 i "." ' ;""" xwt"v"t,""11" .??! :- . i' '-..' ' , !v "? 1 ' AOE DU THE DEMOORATIO BANNER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1910 "I If he Banner MOUNT VERNON, OHIO fRANK HARPER, Editor ooil- WoobLly MONUMENT SQUARE flutiHPrltitloD Hate 11.60 ptr v. Kuiered ut the Vit. Veraou, 0.. post ttttice as second 'ilaai mall matter GOTSHALL TOOK NO MILEAGE Tho Republican-News atlompta to cast a doubt on tlio sincerity of Rep resentative Gotshnll in not accepting mileage under the 12-ccnt mlleago law, nnd asserts that "dolsliall has tho voucher, which Ih aa good as gold to himself, his heirs or assigns, and tho vouchor can be cashed nftor itho election as well as before." This statement of tho Republlcnn-NowB Is an nbsoluto fabrication, Qolohnll nev er accepted a voucher for inlloago un der tho 12-cent law. Tho voucher, It over written out by tho dork of tho house, Is In possession of that ofllcor and no warrant was Issued on It by tho a...

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. — 1 November 1910

Tuesday, November 1, iio THE DEMOOEATIO BANNEB. PAM FtVt, SMTH MADE 0000 KENYON NEWARK M RE-ARRESTED FIRE POSTOFFICE Department Urging Auto mobiles For Mails ,i i j '.) itr Rfc .' Nk Locked Up In County Jail On Old Charge And Is Sent To The Colum busWorkliouse For Bootlegging In This City Last Summer John Smith, who was arrested In this city two months ngo on tho charge of bootlegging and whd enter" ed a plea of gutlty to tho chargo whon arraigned for hearing before Mayor Mitcholl, was again arrested on Sun day morning by tho local oincors and Jodgod In tho county jail. When Smith pleaded guilty to the chargo of unlawful selling of Intoxi cating liquors sorao timo ago, ho was glvon a fine Of $500 nnd costs, but tho lino wa suspended by tho mayor pro viding that Smith leavo tho city and not return at any tlmo during tho present administration of tho mayor. Tho conditions were accepted and Smith left tho city. On Sunday, ho was discovered to bo In tho city and was arrested and locked ...

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 November 1910

a - AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1918 n i i & f I&.. itf C- Doo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle x- .. 'I'i-i-m-i - '' ' iQO O "London, October 30.-PaBtor Russell of Brooklyn Tiiberunele today addrosa d.nn audience of nearly four thousand people from the above test. Ills hear era were of alt classes null very Intel ligent appearing, lie bad closcwt at tention. He Bald In part: God bas messages for those who liave hearing ears at each great Dla pcnsatloual change In carta's affairs. These messages have generally been in tho nature of forewarning of com ing distress and the reasons therefor. Such n message was given to our Drat parents when they were expelled from iMen accursed would bo the ground for their suites. Thorns ami thlatlco It would bring forth unto them. In nweat of face they should eat 'bread thereof until they should return to the ground, from whence they came. An other great messuge went forth at tho time of ...

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 November 1910

ptiyfin.miTUiiimmuiimn.itllM)! TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1910 THE UK :j Ji i 110 BA page sever AIM'S iMt li I WHEN CTUTK ' :'i Official Insight Into LI, " ttlLED :..;.:ty Clerk i h K IMBECILE Id Anger Buys Gun For Own Use Sensational Testimony Given By Woman In The Shelley Case On Trial At Medina Suit On Promissory Note Filed In Knox Co. Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Medina, O., Oct. 28 Tho number of wltnosses yot to bo put on tho stand to testify against E. P. Sholloy, Ash-land-co banker, charged with having embezzled approximately $21,000 from tho estate of Paul Oliver, n rich and aged imbecile, over whom ho was guardian, indicated today that the trial would not bo finished for at least two days. Testimony yesterday developed that Shelloy, after being given .tho power of attorney by Ollvpr, and later being appointed guardian over him, had put Oliver's banl account of $25,000 and upwards Into an account under his own name. It also dovcloped that Ol iver had turned again...

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 November 1910

Kr 35S3SttS & lAnE EIGHT limn i I THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1010 If' ? BROWNE JURORS ADMIT BRIBES Say They Were Paid For Aquit ling Alleged Briber. TWO DISSATISFIED WITH PAY Vook $125 For Their Votes nd Were Promised Good Political Jobs. When Latter Are Not Forthcoming They Go Before Prosecutor and Make Clean Breats of Affair Wine Supper Led to Big Disclosure!) In the Case. Chicago, Oct. 31. That the acquit tlJ of Leo O'Neill Browne, Domo mtlo minority leader who was tried too the charge of bribing legislators 'to vote for William Larimer for .ttalted States senator, waa accom plished by the use of money, Is the Allegation made following the dis covery of now sources o Information. It is now charged that a majority ttt the 12 mon who voted to discharge JOrowno held a wlno dinner and "roundlng-up" fete at rnght In places cf amusement less thau n week after tho verdict was roturncd. In this (unction Attornoy Charles Erbstoln, cno of tho trio of lawyers who rep rese...

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 November 1910

rjfrXLL... . "" '"'""''"""''"wwwwwwwwwiwwWMi Ma-MMMHMu 4 M0ttmt 4 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910 No. 88 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 ft mntimJmm HiwpNwyw m wt s P. 3 V INDICT HOCKING VALLEY RAILROAD Federal Grand Jury Finds 2 Oi Discrimination Alleges That Sunday Creek Company Since 1903 Has Paid No Freight Bills To Railway Company-Government Officials Predict That Conviction Will Necessitate Complete Revision Of Business Methods By Coal Carrying Railroads Toledo, 0., Nov. 3. The Hocking Volley Railroad company and the Sunday Greek Coal company were in dicted on charges of discriminating la violation of tho interstate com merce law, by the federal grand jury, oitor a session that haa extended ovor a period of sevoral weeks. Fines totaling 740,00O can be as tossed In case of oonvlction on all tho counts. Tho government alloges In the In dictments that slnco 1903 the Sunday Creek company has paid no freight hills to tho Hocking Valley; that when tho bllfs came due the Su...

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 November 1910

" y.WJStA!rT .yr i'-''. I" -j-- r.n.',4.w..WMr,,nBiii.'ift' - ;mt zii&ti&$fnis&murm' aqe two THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1010 TrorrraHnFirTara l ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! i" ! t. KIUiDKIUOKTOWN i "J I ! l ! ! 4 4 'h $ 1 4 v Mr. Robert Pnxton lias sold his Graying business to Mr. B. F. I'armon tor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Fink arc rejoicing over the arrival of an eight And a half pound boy at their homo last Friday evening. The Baptist Young Peoplo'a Socie ty hold a social at tho homo of MIbs lloxel Kerr last Saturday evening. A good attendance Is reported and all bad a delightful tlmo. Mr. Carl Wlzo who Is located at 'Ashland, Ohio, was homo Sunday vis iting his parents. Mr. Lylo Qahlo and wife spent Sun day last at tho homo of the, former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Gable. Mrs. A. J. Mann was a guest of Mrs. 'Alex Lovo sovorat days tho past Week. Miss Esther Holo visited relatives at Salem, Ohio, last week. Mro. William Turvey visited flrcnds in New London th...

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 November 1910

w vy w wSFWsFwi "E?- FRIDAY, NOVEMDER 4, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER -f-w wim$vrv'r!- yn " V ' TT3wn"ww'lPHBWPWHH PAGE THM iK K BROKEN Was Milton Buxtons Neck In Fall .From Ladder Mf, Vernon Hoy Meets In stant Death At Akron Where He Was Employed As Night Electrician In The Plant Of The Good rich Rubber Co. The Remains To Be Brought To Mt. Vernon Milton Buxton of Mt. Vernon, O., ton of James Buxton of Newark, for merly of this city, was Instantly killed about 5 o'clock Tuesday evening at the plant of the Goodrich Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. The particu lars of the aclcdent are lacking but Buxton fell from the top of a step-ladder and broke his neck, which caused Instant death. Buxton had been employed ac night electrlclnn for tlio Goodrich company for three months past mid went to work in the evenings at C o'clock. Shortly after that hour Tuesday ev ening he mounted a step-ladder and was In tho act of adjusting some electrical wires when ho received a shock and was thrown from tho t...

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 November 1910

MmnM&m&immwrtn-mfoi,mm'ip" 33SS2 -r iT awwawppp pae four THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4.19W PIFAQFT TAtcTl7 NnTiri7V, rf fk kf vaWc vmi ran orf- fn. A a ii.irnjui azTkUkJU a vr a asa-i jl uu vmi. .jlv wvoi " J wfc w.-- ow w your money m , sngs, Etc. s0 tV Clothing, Overcoat Furnish 1 jr ferd 1 IBM lllllw Spill HM11I ' umZ, nT I w Ila Hi fl b' iABi ivW. i"41 Bill bUm fl Jtmo fJjF(fiB Mi HOP BEftl fl She StaMPu&er MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SomlWoolsIy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Bubacrlptlon Rate flljiO per yea' Entered at tho ML Vonion, 0., poat office as Bccond clan trail matter. DUTY OF DEMOCRATS Just a ilnul word In llio Democrats) of Knox county: AH Indication) point to a "landBlldo" In favor of tho Demo cratic party thiougliotil the coutry at tho election next Tuesday. The result of special congrcHslouftl olcclloiiH and two stato olectlons, nearly all In wide ly aeparated uectloim of tho country, point with unurriiiK certainty to tho temper of the peopl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 November 1910

Mrs. Sagerserj of Missouri a : y y .ivy.41.'.' iy... .:o afl y ?mh wsjwimxv i Homi. rocuKauum. wmm&jm Mrs. 0. S. Ssgoraer, 1311 Woodland A.vo., Kansas City, Mo., writes: "I foel It a duty duo to you and to others that may bo afflicted llko myself, to speak for Foruna. "My troublo first camo attar la grlppo olghtornlno yoars ago, a. gathering In my head and neuralgia. I suffered most all the time. My noso, cars nnd eyos woro badly nffoctod for the Inst two years. I think from your description of intornal catarrh that I must havo had that also, I sufTored vory severely. "Nothing over rollevcd mo llko Pa rana. It kcops mo from taking cold. "With tho exception of some deaf ness I am fooling perfectly cured. 1 am forty-six yoars old. "I feel that words nro inadequate to oxprcss my praiso for Foruna." Stomach Trouble Seven Years. Mrs, T. Freeh, It. It. 1, Hickory Folnt, Touiu wrltos: "Having boon nffllotod with catarrh end stomach troublo for so von years, and after having tried four ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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