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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 November 1910

-1- v1 ' -yri wwawww ssi&mB,rwprrjmti4it myptm LCMuftUMUAHA 1 1 . i PAGE SIX. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910 i 51 t i. fi EC a r S i '.i it m "SQUEEZE" Worked By Rink Managers On Democratic Com. Failed When Attempted On Tiie Republican Com. Foolish Effort To Hold Dem ocratic Com. Responsible Dccauso tho innnacora of tho skat ing rink undertook to Incroaao tho prlco for the use of tho rink on Mon day night for the aarfloId-Denman meeting, tho IU'publlcnn-Nows pro ceeds to Invent a h lory, which It pub lished Monday evening, to tho effect that tho Democratic committee was back of tho matter. It waB supposed that tho day had long gono by In politics when, such methods would be employed In n cam paign to arouse "sympathy." Tho Democratic committee, no member of it, nor any Democrat In his Individual capacity, had anything to do with tho managers ot tho rink boosting tho prlco of tho rink for tho Qai field Hcmnan meeting. Tho Democratic commlltoo also had nn oxporlent...

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 November 1910

we ig3C5asaBsK3gn-MJfeyJiPrTytflV 'iH"''iNffiiW"l'i''nnTiii.,ii V FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910 THE 'DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE SEVEN SOCIETY NOTES Entertained Few Friends MIbs Krtnti I'arratt delightfully en Icrtnlncd a fow frlonda Monday even ing with a Ilullowo'cn party. Tho ev ening wns pleasantly spout In games and music mid delicious refreshments wcro served. Entertained Young People Mrs. George Clark. East Vino stroot, very' pleasantly entertained nuout twelve young pooplo Monday evening with a Hallowe'en party in honor of her daughter, Miss Eva Clark. Hal lowe'en games wero Indulged In and tempting refreshments wore sorved. Scholars Entertained The scholars of tho 8th grade of tho First ward school, together with tho parents, wero entertained with a Halluwe'en party In Miss Durbln's room at the First ward building Mon day evening. A program was carried t out and refreshments wore served., Hallowe'en Party Miss Lenna Jacobs' delightfully en tertained with a Hallowe'en party at her hom...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 November 1910

"WW - jf-fc 1 -Wi r "f -v- "TyiWrvn ly r - Tv-r-H- a lAB EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1010 S110RT LOCALS m i Vt u w ? tv If I Kbrs 32p; butter 30c. Miss I'cnrl WIthcrow of Frederick town spent Thursday In Chcstcrvlllo Vlth friends. Don't fall to sec our selection of cults and overcoats. Lurle's. Mr. Cnlvln Lonoy la confined to his homo In North Liberty by a aovero at tack of Illness. A few of those 35a Jap cups and saucers left to sell at 10c at Wool eon's Xmas China salo. Mr. Harold Woolson of Akron spent Thursday In ML Vernon attending tho funeral of tho lato Milton Buxton, who Wu killed In Akron on Tuesday ev ening. Your choice of a fine leather music roll, only 99c, while they last. Beau tlful picture given with each purchase. See window. Mardls Music store on the Square. Mr. William Scrlbncr and son, Wal ter, of North Park strcot went to Cc lurabuB Thursday noon to attend tho recital given by Molba In tho even ing at Memorial hall. Tho doctor says: "Don't dec...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 8 November 1910

f m fs PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 No. 89 ESTABLISHED 1836 xt H r r V Ik el? hk v AY CALL FEDERAL Express Companies Execute Flank oveinenf 'This Wagon Engaged in Interstate Traftic Only" In Gig Letters Expected To Prevent Interference Willi Traffic In New York If Not Government Will Be Requested To Send Regulars To Scene-Drivers In Other Lines Anxious To Walk Out Now York, Nov. 1. This morning the wagons of tho express companies whoso drivers aro on strlko were sent out each bearing tho sign, " This Wagon Engaged In Interstate Traffic Only." Wngons In lnterstato traffic only will bo protected by tho federal authorities In caso a call Is made on fnem and It Is found necessary. It is said that tho companies will call for protection for theso wagons when they aro attacked by strikers or sympathizers. The second death from tho express ctiJko occurred when Peter Roach, St. a striking Adams Express helper, wLo was shot by John Perry, a guard, during an attacl...

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. — 8 November 1910

i,'TrMpwrp''fiR uuawettaaantMJJwr!irj;iAM.i:uji BawotyBrVlmB 'r?xfnqv?,? ti,TvvryY'r'rT''ni"f''1' "rj i'i-r-,-"TlTr' -Ik yi.n-. HPT n""' r i" """"" " ' 'l'W,'wi.(S;riirr iin fjr-'v'S"""""'" ' "r7 "t '" VAOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMDER 8, 1010 11 B ! FJ i !r r ' I CARMEN AWAIT STRIKE ORDER Are Anxious To Show Resentment Over Treatment Pratt Says lie Is Doing All In Power To Preserve Peacefu J Relations With Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, But That Conductors Under Abuses Heaped Is Due At Any Moment Philadelphia, Nov. C. Tho Btrlko Uuation In .this city continues to ap proach tho acute stage and, judging by tho temper of tho men, tho Btrlko Of motormen and conductors on tho lines of tho Philadelphia Rapid Tran sit company may bo called at any moment. Organizer Pntt Issued a sUtcmont In which ho uald: "Tho men nr desperate. Thoy aro tired of Inaction. They want to do something Immediately, and Intend to do It. They aro eztromcly nnxloua to show their resentment ot w...

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. — 8 November 1910

"uj'm'ji ..'i n'J,:.""!1.1 ;:-;if: t V, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1010 THE DEMO0EATI0 BANNER PAGE THMHt V Pl V k -f Y v BANQUET To Be Given By Hi(Ii School Bible Clubs At The I H. C. A, On Next Tuesday Evening A Fine Program Of Toasts Is Arranged ,Sovoral weeks ago somo boys from tho High school mot at tho Y. M. C. A. and organized two High school BIblo clubs, taking as their purpose to cre ate and extend a higher standard ot Christian character, to encourago High school boys to further their edu cation and to promote social fellow ship among tho boys of tho High school. In their regular meetings thoy are following Prof. Jenks' studies of Life Questions of High school boys. One of the clubs Is for town boys and meets Tuesday ovenlng from 7 to 8 o'clock, tho other Is for country boy's and meets for an half hour Thursday noons. ' Prof. A. W. Dorr and B. H. Jesson assisted tho boys In forming their or ganizations. Mr. Dorr was elected a member of tho executive commlttco and Mr. Jesson teach...

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. — 8 November 1910

gl.tMMMpW ixi&im&aa'Jaag r i miiiiir niriiHi m innimM n iimummi IMIIML'IWWMyiUMllMlMiHMWmMilWUNI'il ' ' ' " ' ,ij,.r-"-"-'"'l,l'.,"""H' n '"-"'' ii i, Hssy. -TtT-- J ,r i PAGE i-oun THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 I !! wiiminiiiiimnii Minimi ii i ill 1 1 mm im 3hc ttaaaer MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor mm&mmmQmmmmmmmmvmm3 TAFT WILL NOT' TARRY AT POLLS '"I1 Raw Autumn Winds Suggest - etor30Ll-K7"ool3Ll3r Make Flying Trip to Cin cinnati to Oast Vote, I . yjiL 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.59 por yon Entered nt the ML Vernon, 0., post office aa second clan mail matter. trUV EXTEND WOMAN SUFFRAGE AREA THEN STARTS FOR CANAL ZONE Rb New York, Nov. 7 At Uio headquar ters of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in this city ar rangements havo been mado to re ceive early returns from the four States in which a volo la to bo takon tomorrow on tho Question of grant ing women tho ballot. Tho four States are Oklahoma, Washington, South Da...

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. — 8 November 1910

ii wwumwmm mww WWWmWWmwvwflW'w9 '" "TnrwT- "- ' -wt -- - - ---r-- , v. r-- - ,V",T"T -V-i-.'.U!.. . ' - , , .0"91SSHF"I TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAWS PtVt 7 if' l y GREAT Victory For The High School Team Saturday In Defeating The Second Team Of Otterbein On The Gridiron At Lake Hiawatha Park Mt, Vernon Team Played All Around College Men And The Score Should Have Been Larger In a gamo of Bplrit and dash the local high school foot hall team do feated Hho heavy Otterbein collcgt second team by a scoro of G to 0 on the Hiawatha park gridiron Sat urday afternoon. Tho weather was Ideal for a foot ball gamb and tho loc al, players seemed to be inspired with thoughts only of victory. When the two teams wept on the field for tho preliminary practice, the great con trast was immediately seen as tho col lego men were much heavier and ap peared to have things In their favor but tho gamo told a different story. Tho ball was kicked off at 2:45 o'clock, Mt. Vevnon receiving ...

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. — 8 November 1910

EH a" m'Bvvmiii tW Pswr- -' v" J PAGE SIX '1''" ,"j '" " " ' njiyT iiiwwm Kiii I,., .i.n,, i, ., ,(,,,, i ,, ,t...,ii, , j, i iTTiZ in ii. i mi '!" ii ii i. !..., . - ... f,. I,,. .i..iii,i,iiiWiWwWiWi8WBiffWIWWWWBWWg'aWppETTW THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, November b, ioie JJJ BREAT WHITE TIIROHE AilD ITS BLESSES Immense Audience In World's Largest Auditorium. London. En., Nov. C I'ustor Itu'ssull of the Brooklyn Tab ernacle. Now York, preached hero to day. Itoynl Albert Hull held 11 vast au dience of deeply In teresied hearers. The speaker chose his test from Revo lution xx. 11: TAKTOrt IIUS3ELL. "I sii v a great White Throne, and him tlmt sut on It, from whose face tho earth and the heuven (led away, and there was found no placo for them." lie said: Sin mnde moral cowards of our race. From early tenancy fear and apprehen sion, especially In respect to things fu ture, have been Impressed upon us. Wo realize our Imperfection, and tlmt our God Is perfect, and that perfection Is tbo ...

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. — 8 November 1910

js" iMhMMMto',i'JM" " ' - - sMMI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 MRS. KATHERINE GOULD Creatoo 3onatlon at Her Country Home In Virginia IMAGINES HUSBAND WANTS TO KILL HER Mrs, Katlwine Gould Creates Scene at Hotel. Lynchburg, Va Nov. 5. Mrs. Katherine Clemens Gould, divorced wlfo of Howard Gould, arrived from bor country home at Bluo Gap, 10 miles away, driving a team of mules, covored with foam, having covered the distance In 65 minutes, and claimed eiho had been poisoned by her negro cook. She went at onco to the Hotel Carroll, secured a room and had a physician summoned. Dr. E. A. Vaughn was soon at her bed side. After a thorough examination tho physician announced that Uo could find no evidence of poisoning and gave hor no medicine, saying sho required none. Persons who were present at the lime state that Mrs. Gould sold her husband was trying to havo her murdered, and that this was tho third attempt upon her life within tho past two months., bribFry is charged Attorney Erbsteln Says W...

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. — 8 November 1910

TL?9lF??r?!I,Wdff9',?J" 1t"ffW""3i Mmmmr.mf '"1.,,.l"lf7.fTr "'."" !.. .l' '.., . .j . a- ri... " ii ii'iinf irftHil""fTr in gmt MimuniniwMMcimHr mmrnmtMrnummammauuimnum PAE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 $ w I If ' i MIGHT LOCALS Bggu 32c; butter 30c. Mr. B. E. Lakon of Akron spent Hunday In Mt. Vornon, tho guest of friends. Mss Esther Orltnstcad of Colum bus Is tho guest of rolatlvca and friends In tho city. Miss Margaret Reynolds of Colum bus spent Sundny In Mt. Vernon, tho Cucst of relatives. Xmas China salo Woolson's. Mr. L. P. Strang of this city went to Columbus Monday morning to spend tho day on business. Mr. Thomas Dell Is conflcd to his homo on East Gambler street by a se vere attack of illness. Mr. Edward Coonoy wont to Orr Tlllo Monday morning to attend to somo matters of business-. Bathroom stoves $1.00 Woolson's Dept store. Mr. Hnrkor Lybargor of this city Vrent to Danvlllo Monday morning to spend tho day with rolatlvca. Mr. Charles Parnoll has r...

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 November 1910

wfMfMMiui iwiip i i iiin ii iiHJdMJMi1WtW4)WIW LV'IWffflpWiWJfilW mjttttftit utt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 No. 90 ESTABLISHED 1836 m You Know " -.- - . T '"- She Bait C V. liAnMm V r llillMTlUli U I U I-Ij Governors Plurality Threatens . Reach 100,000 Hark State Ticket Is Democratic-Will Have Majority Of 31 On Joint Ballot, Insuring Election Of Democrat As Successor To Charles F. Dick-Friends Of Executive Urge Him To Enter Race For Senatorstiip To Avoid Bitter Struggle In Own Party Columbus', 0, Nov. 10. Figures compiled after nearly every precinct 111 the state had reportod, Indicate ih&t Governor Harmon'a plurality may be 09,000. Attorney General ' Denman, -who It 1b conceded leads the Republican ticket, admits that It Harmon'a plurality- reaches 83,000 there 1b no hope for him. Democratic Btato Chairman Nichols continues to maintain that Harmon will have 100,900 and that the entire state ticket Is elected, in HnmiUon muntv Harmon's tilur- Nallt...

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. — 11 November 1910

IsiiBilMiiMWMBttfisisssWl ''t'ht"' NpfiiSisjip) ME TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BAKHEE Friday, November 11 m fr.LF.WME- WILL MAKE HIS 171st Visit to Mt. Vernon n VU ) , IIS A Curtis Hotel fKSfify ? V.iiH IV YOU JM'.t NO! aJAfi lZti DO NUT TAKE T8ESTMCN1 V ... NGRESSMAN 4jtV HARMON Monday NOV !4ttl DEMOCRATS ALSO ELECT A LEGISLATURE I OHIO CESSQR IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE r SSDRING A DEMOCRATIC sue SHARP Republicans Prob ably Lose All Of State Ticket LOSE THE LEGISLATURE Democrats Gain Three Seats in Congress. CASSIDY AMOHG DEFEATED Socialists, Especially In Franfclln i County Make a Remarkable E Showing-Harding Takes His & Defeat Philosophically. I Columbus. 0 Nov. 9. Judson Harmon, by winning ro-olcctlon to the governorship of Ohio has accom plished a feat which has not been fwltncssoU elnco the tlmo of Captain Reuben Wood In 1851. Govornor Ilnrmon lias been elect ed by a plurality of GO.000 over War- ron G. Harding. Harmon carried tbo tig cities, as was expected, and also wept the rur...

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 November 1910

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 THX DEMOCRATIC BANNXK PAWE IrMVP k i -4 PffMpf-5 K k Samuel R. Gotshall Elected Representative Chas. W. HnyeB Elected Clerk of Courts Peter J. Parker Elected Sheriff v2!"fl .v!SBB2l&Ka .dBBBBabK tSB ASBHhBKv? 5 lxyrBBBBBH$v" BBHBBBfl EwBHHbBBBRbl iBbto BBBBH BBBBBpVBHBBBBBHBHBHpBBU V.BBBBBBBBBBfl Irvln Young Elected Auditor Legrand Brltton Elected Commissioner Theodore M. Dill Elected Commissioner Abstract of the Vote Cast in Kjiox County, Tuesday, Nov. 8th, 1910 " A. . 1 , A".VTS' Gov. 1903 cc n I Berlin , 108 102 Brown 163 85 Butler 98 73 Clay 78 97 Martlnsburg .... 29 39 Clinton, A , 299 240 Clinton, B First Ward, A 163 135 First Ward, B 166 143 Second Ward, A 160 .146 Second Ward,.B 170 146 Third Ward, A 145 228 Third Ward, B ,...122 196 Fourth Ward, A.... ..... .128 172 Fourth Ward, B...rT. 161 134 College 35 33 Gambler 69 117 Harrison 145 40 Hllliar 83 108 Centerburg 90 142 Howard 140 123 Jackson 132 64 Jefferson 110 120 Liberty . 140 145 Mlddlebu...

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 November 1910

V . P . ,H , l 1. 1, i. J ""'""PBBBl M P1HWllLlMlllllllJWJnw..M 11 -mmm,mwmrvt,,W liimn nt wUMiiwuw.inAfailMU i mHHW iSwimwrMiiMei iJS-s AE F6UR THE DEMOCRATIC JBANNER MTOT nn yir'-ifinrinwiiiijiM nil, j u r-m TJuJiTwiT JyTTiifTfi.TiTfninTffr r"iliff5,WRff -'M'l lMi?"-" K!L l.'.i;r'S':r:'::arr 1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 1910 J . i aM i i .. , i ., i ..,... - ' JffT 9 i n Hi 'if t it a t J ol f 4 I 1 11 1 I J : j i i j F' l ) MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor foxrxl-,Vrool3Cj.,y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.6$ per yua .Entered at the ML Veraon. O., post Viflc as eocond cUm mall matter. "V. 0. H. to G. B. C.: "Doforonco -nnd devotion do not mako safe and vsano campaign Issues." J WnB it neglect or oversight that 'Cox did not announco his "pormanont retirement from politics" at 11 o'clock "Tuesday night? If President Taft had soot tho rest f his cabinet to Ohio ho might havo still loss, to say but mora to think -about on his Panama trip. Now York City's Zoo In Dronx Park Is ...

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 November 1910

r3 WflPTWX f;r TEX DEHOORJWIO BAHHEE M Mm FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 SI BMHED To Court Arc Several Ether ington Cases On Motions To Admit Defend ants To Bail Decision Is Expected During Week Petition To Sell Real Estate In. Butler Stinson Vs. Baird Case Ap pealed To Common Fleas In common picas court on Wednes day, with S. H. Nicholas presiding, the following cases were submitted to the Court upon motion to admit to ball: State of Ohio vs. Art Dover, Prank Graef. Lewis Bolton, Edward Woolard, Edward Owens and Robert Cleveland; the defendants submitting allldavlts to the court, and offering In support of v their motions tho testimony taken be fore the grand jury. They nro all In dicted for murder In the first degree, tho state charging that they are guil ty of tho murder of Carl Etherlngton. Tho court will probably render a de cision some day this week, as next week ho will hold court at Mansfloldt In several of tho above cases pleas In abatement and demurrers to tho pleas have been f...

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 November 1910

rff"""'"' T ' -' ' T '.,Jr " "i ,n jUlWW III! i - . ... L . iSSSSZS t.nm twtiwwMaiwiuMua JTJMii Juwit mTwim J5ijuw iMfwi"'"'wMHCT4awMWMiwpiTi o 11 AE SIX CITY To Enter Into Two Law Suits ' At Early Date Council Takes Action On Monday Evening To Condemn Land For Cem etery Purposes To Place Two Lots On The Tax Duplicate The city council nt tho regular ses sion Monday evening decided to en ter Into two litigations ono ti man damus proceeding to placo tlio VVeav tr and the Koons lots on thojtax dup I llcato and the other a condemnation suit ngalnst John S. Drnddock for tho purpose ot condemning certain laud for cemetery purposes. At roll call nil members responded to their names. President Dover was In tho chair and tho inlnutos woio read by Cloili Mclntlro and wero un proved. A lengthy report was sent In by Mayor C, A. Mitchell and was read by Clailc Mr-Intlie. It covered a period from January 1, 1010, up until Novem ber 1, of tho samo yoar. Tho report showed the total sum of $2,050 to...

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 November 1910

Kw(MfftrtMWttp FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BAHMim PAQ 8KVKW rf. N. .William Lewis Elected Commissioner T Sweep Made For The Demo cratic County Ticket Except For Prosecuting At torney And Treasurer Official Canvass May Be Necessary On Coroner Harmon Carries The County By 499 Majority i it Large Majorites Given The Democratic Candidates Tho election In Knox county on Tuesday was a great victory for" the Democratic ticket. Tho total voto cast in tho county for tho Democratic and Republican candidates for governor was 7,419. This was 1,220 short of tho vote cast for tho Democratic and Republican candidates in the county two years ago. In 1908, however, it was a pres idential year, and this brought out a full vote. There was also cast this year a very largo vote for tho Social ist ticket, but tho exact figures will not bo available until tho board of elections makes a canvass of tho re turns. Comparing tho Democratic voto of tills year with that of two years ago. there was 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. — 15 November 1910

K yWIMilMiin ii , iin-m ' ,111 mil in i Mmiifl t f -f TTT m ' IIW1WBIJwimiTmIIUWIImT? V T ,r. .-t-wwih 7 ' 1 4 jl jewjfirafi PRICE TWO CUNTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1910 No. 91 ESTABLISHED 1836 Sftttttjeir M V Jessie Haberstiam Michele Had Romanf ic Ran Away With Gypsy Band And Made Debut In Baltimore Society, But Preferred Life Of Freedom-Marries King Of Tribe And Is Hailed As Queen-Parents Unable To Locate Her For Five Years-End Comes In Cincinnati Following Birth Of Baby Girl Baltimore, Nov. 14. According to dispatches received hero, Mrs. Jessio Habersham Michele, daughter of a Troll-known broker of this city, who lx years ago ran away from a social career for tho free llfo of a gypsy, dlod at Soton hospital In Cincinnati. Miss Jessio Habersham becamotho wlfo of John Michele, a gypsy klngt and herself becamo tho queen of the band. She died in Cincinnati after giving birth to a girl baby. , Miss Habersham W03 the great granddaughter of Francis Scott Key, the composer...

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. — 15 November 1910

3to wmwi i riiifi i'ii mm i t im'ii ii a m mv - frAQE TWO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1910 li I 1 a 15 Scott's Emulsion is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of man kind. It will make the delicate.sickly baby strong And well will give the pale, anemic girl rosy cheeks and rich, red blood. It will put flesh on the bones of the tired, over worked, thin man, ' and Will keep the aged man Or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winter. FOB BALE Ot ALL DRUGGISTS 8tM Mo., uo ot pter nd this tA. for crar' bMutlfa) String. Dank nd Chlld'i Bkctch-Dook. tfiiV btnk oonUln Good Lock Fenor. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Vtul SL, New York r INJURIES A Serlouslature Sustain ed By Mt, Vernon Man In Centerburg On Saturday Morning Centerburg, O., Nov. 12 Thcodoro lllougbby of Mt. Vernon, employed by tho Mt. Vernon Telophono Com pany, was badly Injured hero this morning about 10:30 o'clock. Wll loughby was engaged In stringing Homo wlro In a treo In front of tho Tosldonco...

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