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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 November 1910

STATE SHIELDS LAST WILL ELEVATED 10 SUPREME BENCH "It Cured . My i BacK"1 ..i 4 Elected Circuit Judge By Plurality Of 12,000 Wide Dinner Given By Citizens' Committee Of Y. M. C. A. Of William G. Sapp Late Of Danville Is Filed V i At The Southern Hotel, Co lumbus, Friday Night And Presided Over By Gov. Harmon As Toastmaster A Number Of Instructive Ad dresses Were Given Local Association Represent ed By Five Members Tho most conspicuous event per haps over held In tho Interest of tho extension work of tho Young Men's Christian Associations of Ohio was tho governor's banquet held at tho Great Southern Hotel, In Columbus on Friday evening. Tho purpose of tho gathering was to discuss the activity and operations of tho stato committee and to launch a two weeks' campaign for raising funds with which to finance tho work of tho committee. Tho state commit tee of tho Ohio Associations Is tho agency of tho Federated associations of tho stato and Is simply that agency called Into the field to l...

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. — 15 November 1910

JJWWIi UIMWWfn wyuiSw!wiiJuiuiwiyiWfliwilli 'V. h- I r : r . PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Liuiiji ii ii i"i iTiriitJMjiKKiaMBgiiii.aMiuija.iiifTjajt.iiiiaK TUEODAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1010 mifafei MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SomLl-"VU"oolx.ly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Bubscrlption Rate $1.50 per yoa Entered at the ML Veraon, O., post ofllce aa eocond class mall matter. OLICE To Arrest Insurance Man On Murder Charge Whcollng, W. Va., Nov. 14 Tho po llco authorities announced today that a PIttBburg Insurance man will bo ar rested In connection with tho poison ing ot Milllonalro John O. Schonk. MUST KEEP FAITH "When tho voters of Ohio gave tho Democratic party a political victory last wook they placed In tho hands of tho party groat responsibil ities, and If Uiobo elected to offlco properly dlschargo tho dutloo that -will como to them, tho party will on iter tho presidential campaign two years henco with a strong probability of success, at least so far as Ohio Is -concerned. For tho c...

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. — 15 November 1910

Trrrf Ain)unfniiS,mmrtvMnmrM umyM"1v iui jhw pk.romm ii iMtuJUiU'mpmi I JMf yif IWjJlwilJt'IUfllW IUMMgm3Uliga(WSta&' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER t 1616 THE D35MOORATIG BANNER PAflK nvc mum j w. w wwiiim i ii iwwi'Mmi ji uiuawaw iftrj J, 4 SDPf. J, S, ALAN Elcctc ilMeinbcr Oi Executive Commit tee (Ji Teachers' Association Tho following officers wcro elected at tho Central Ohio Teachers' Associ ation: Prosldcnt, C. D. Evorott, Co lumhus; First Vlco President, W. C. Brasharcs, Lancastor; Second Vlco President, J. M. Collins, Springfield; Secrotnry, Miss Stella Wilson, Sid ney; how members of tho Executive Committee I. N. Krcyser, Urbana, Chairman; J. S. Alan, ML Vornon, and Edwin J. Drown, Dayton. Ohio Art and Manuel Training As eoclation; President, Pliny Johnson, Columbus; Vlco President, W. E. Deo; Secretary and Treasurer, Susan I. Odlln; now members of tho Execu tive Commltteo, Charles Carter, Hamilton, and F. E. Matthowson, Cleveland. Both organizations will meet In tho Queen City on t...

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. — 15 November 1910

SJGnm w.wmmtmujmm '-Si) ii niiniJl JtiiuugnamMii PAGE BIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1010 SMM! S M3PM1C5A C5) l Liujij!AJL.'vi'i8W'iu.,iJ'eHiwiJinu'JHimjuuuAjii-imjJJmMJi.ii www wreomnjui' miuiuniiywmci.M . ' jo "WHAT MANNER OF MAN IS THIS? i EVCn the Winds and thG Waves Obey Him." On tho Atlantic, Nor. 13. Pastor Itussell of tho Brooklyn Tabcr- nnclo Is homeward bound. Hodcclaics Hint ho greatly en- Joyed hla visit to Great Rltaln, wbero ho preach- cd in twelvo of tho principal cities, In- eluding three Sun- dnys in London. III I Stop mi He greatly admired and who thus confuso tho minds of nil messngo respecting n Spiritual Kine tic revcrontlnl sob-strata of religious Christendom nnd Jewry, should ex- dom? We ennnot wondert Even hla thought in Brltnln. Whether or not plain away, if they enn, tho plain state- most intimate disciples did not grasp the people nro really more holy than mont of the Apostlo that God raised tho depth of his teaching until, after their bre...

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. — 15 November 1910

ilr- mwij .- - i S i TUE8QAY, NOVEMBER 10 19l6 REED Tlie Republican Candidate Wins Ont For Coroner By A Margin Of 3 According To Official Count The Socalists Cast 372 Votes In Knox County The Total Vote In The County Was 7,878 Some Figures Obtained From The Official Count It wa 12:20 Friday morning when the Knox county board of elections completed tho official canvass of tho roto cast I Knox county at tho gener al election held on November 8, after having been In session slnco 9 o'clock Thursday morning. All members of tho board were present at tho canvass and Clerk Allen Johnson was assisted by Mr. William B. Grant Tho changes In tho official count from those furnished on tho night of tho election were fow and wero of but little consequence so far as results wero concerned, Tho only closo raco was between Dr. Wlnterrlnger, Democrat, and Dr. Reed, Republican, tho two candidates for coroner. Tho official count shows that Dr. Reed won out by 3 votes. Tho Socialists showed considerable...

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. — 15 November 1910

, NK .&.. ' 1.W.M miiiiMfc'-i"'Mi m. in i ftnn hi i mi fcmmajjtfp misaitwMtarm j I". nZswsjra!i!aiiraa 7- iT CTT'WtilliMM immtiwmnrfiirnrnMnTtiir SK52aais WIILHUL3 iTwwrmiwiiitMMMn8'iiittTOWtHtitawwwiWMaia !,'W.Tl.wiwt'tMrrniM-m..wwwnimw. WllWIIMMlwnIIWIWWWMIWIilM' mnwiMWiiTtTinT'Tnf nrirwrnrimmmMwirMm 1 VAftft BIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1U, 11e in ii J. h I . i ' i OPENING 9! The Week Df Prayer For Men And Boys At The Y. II G, A Building Sunday Afternoon An Outline Of Prayer For Each Day This Week And A Special Mass Meeting Next Sunday fcim 1 1. Notes Of Interest From The Local Y. M. C. A, (By tho Secretary) Sunday afternoon was a fit open ing for tho week of prayor for men and boys. Tho topic dlscusscdwas "Jesus' First Mlrnclo" and Mr. Black emphasized Jesus' grent power to en 'tor In n meet of needs of nil men un- dor all conditions. With tho thought In mind that Jesus Is tho friends of Jnen tho wcok of prayer Is entered. Tho following aro tho topics for th...

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 November 1910

I i.i'S.O -4 tttjt?g OEK Blj 9 Xfetttttjer y y A J ) PRICE TWO CENTS Court For Irost Report That Factories Will Be Closed Unless Blowers Accept 30 Per Cent Wage Reduction Leads To Statement Showing Enormous Profits Earned By Imperial Concern During Brief Career-Explains Why Light Fines Were Imposed Washington, Nov. 17. When his attention was called ;to a Pittsburg dispatch to tho effect that as a result of fines recently Imposed upon tho Imperial Glass company of that city and Its officers and directors by the United States court at Pittsburg, every factory In Fayette county would suspend operations, throwing between 700 and 800 men out of em ployment unless they should decide to accept a 30- per cent reduction In wages, Attorney Gonoral Wicker eham becanio very indignant. He issued a statement reviewing the ca'so as it was presented in court. This statement makes It apparent that the attorney general was very much disappointed in tho leniency of the court in imposing fines instead ...

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 November 1910

Aae TWO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910 HtfUU&fii HE DEMOCRATIC BANNER it f 15 I? . ftl H i r -.i lit'. 1 1 ; i1 f I i, if i! & ft i'M I ; '- l I' i: f I r t (If :v 4 4 4 4"i ,l "M 4 J. FllRDKHICKTOWN Mr. Far Wlhtford was homo from Columbus on a visit last wcok. Tho Blackburn moving picture thea tre was opened again last Saturday vonlng In tho placo formorly occu plod by Mr. Ed Dlackburn as a repair shop. Tho room has been altered to ult tho needs of tho show and It will bo a matter of satisfaction to a great many horo and In tho country around to know that they can come horo for a llttlo Innocent amusoment of this kind. A good crowd gathered to see tho plcturos but owing to a mishap in tho machlnory no pictures woro exhib ited and tho crowd had to go away With a promlso of hotter success In tho future. Miss Hoso Davison, tho well-known lecturer for tho National Women's Christian Tcmperanco Union, has been offered a position In Colorado for a year to continue tho work which sho re...

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 November 1910

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1B 1010 THE DEMOOKATIO BANNER PAGE THMft &' I b TOJBT The -Eyesight Of Pupils In The lit. Vernon Schools And Later Physicial Examina tions May Be Made The Board Of Education So Decides At A Meeting The Price Of Gas for School Buildings Increased Other Important Matters Transacted By The Board The board of education of Mt. Ver non met in regular session Tuesday evening at the ofllco of Clerk Coynor. The meeting was called to order with President C.N.Loroy In the chair. The minutes of tho last regular meeting were read and approved as read. Dr. G. D. Arndt ot the supply com mittee reported that orders had been Issued for all supplies needed during the past month and that all of tho work required of that committee had been disposed of to date. A communication was read from Mr. Upham of tho Upham Gas Co. stating that the price of gas would bo raised to fifteen cents per thousand In the near future. This caused a discus cussion on tho question of fuel. The matter 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. — 18 November 1910

1 1 ' ill l".'.,il'. 'Tl " 1J "i iii--irl r ir !..- -- ' "T BBBfMTTBniMIB MgfcWftttMTWfljjatWJlimMMI rrr y .TrrTTT.-frHniwap niliYi iuiva5$rM iftiwv-Mioi6rtifirfiT,Hrr,TaaffB3 tr r"vm 0tmnmm-ii -'it-ffrr''W-'-' fctnwwtnrM kin" v iWtfwy U lHU I HP(V7niR FADE I'OUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER id, WO !Wlna1iiiiiji'jiiiiLiijiijiiiijtljii.irjMtj,J,1lal.JajllJ1Mllt k Ji' 4Ht JUJCf PWIWiWflHJWWPflWfBW 1 "" " " " " " "" "aKMWIW'4ltowiaplP fc sj iii bimiim ! . nuimmiii jiMUHuiiaiiBwrB ii jmj i jl ji iiMjjummmju w w wi mnaw i n 1 1 1 m aa a iwjuim irawaann wmbi Rinffwalt?s Fur' Ooenine" iB 11 B tiH ifl JH H JIB MB IiB H iiH lb mM. of nm' .i , I,. i Ai B - V If ? r Li FW tJ r. i ii i .1 'I i it H 1 ", r: . t it i I n 'if a I ie 2S a aa cur MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor fitoxxxl- w ooljcly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE lubicrlptlon Rate $1.69 per yoa I Entered at the ML Veraun, 0 post office aa Bccond olaii mall matter. A PROTEST THAT 18 BEARING FRUIT (Columbus Dispatch) There la no do...

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 November 1910

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1ul6 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE PIVR ma Develops In Quantities In "Wildcat" Territory And There Is Mucli Excite ment in Coshocton Co. Several Good Oil Wells Are Brought In Lately i Several Wells Are Near The Knox County Line Oil Men Are Very Active In Securing Leases Coshocton, O., Nov. 17 Tho Ohlo noctaester Oil & Gas Co., tho pioneer In tho development of what promises to become ono ot tho most Important oil fields In Ohio, has located Its third well on tho Mrs. Isaac Norrls farm, two miles south of West Carlisle, Coshocton county, and will begin drill ing work during tho coming week. The company owns leases on a large tract of territory In southwestern Coshocton county, northeastern, Lick ing county, southeastern Knox coun ty and northwestern Muskingum coun ty and expects to push Its develop ment as rapidly as possible. - Big producers have been struck on the Fairall and Ashcraft farms In the field and tho location on tho Norris farm Is five miles from the...

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. — 18 November 1910

1 J, F'jtWimAnmmfqimmn, ..li..-. V" I I" III! I! i . -. " ' "" 'i"i. i . .' """' i M..I ! iiiiiif .1 . !.. ... i.,r-ir, . i il, .ji! . -"-"V"t ie3L" ' T-?T!WBBBIiWWmBW .ii.iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiwwMiwiiwiiiiimiiniiiiMiiiimn itiijMMKii'iMiiw'niiBSKlRra:aaai4w ' 't"-;'5Ji-C2B"" CXCT",rao"'ii''' ir.l AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1910 wwoBewsamjmnanmmt vvi it GfiAND JURY ilakes A Report At 3:30 Monday Afternoon r Making Public A Number Of Indictments While Four Are Not Given Out At Present Jail In Unsafe Condition Says Grand Jury jltlier .Items Of interest From Temple Of Justice At 3:30 Monday nttornoon tho grand jury of tho Novombor term of com mon pleas court reported to Judge Sownrd. During tho session of tho grand Jury, which lasted Just ono wook, 14 cases wero examined. Gi witnesses gavo testimony nnd 12 true bills agalnet 9 persons wero roturncd. TClcht of the Indictments wero mado public by Prosecuting Attorney James A. Schneffer Monday nfternoon and 4 were withhe...

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 November 1910

-''3flWJ?" -T-jpW flf.r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN SHORT LOCALS Mr. M. E. Lytto wont to Utlca Tuesday noon on business. Mr. J. J. Henry or Akron wns- a visitor In Mt. Vernon on .Tuesday. Mr. B. B. Snpp spent Tuesday In Columbus. Mr. Thoinns Weir, who has been qulto 111, Is nblo to bo up. Mr. D. D. Klrlc wont to Columbus tills afternoon on business. Mr. L. S. Robinson of Utlca was a visitor In Mt. Vernon today. Miss J. M. Hyatt of Cleveland was a visitor In Mt. Vernon on Tuesday. Miss Ollvo Carlisle of Gambler was a visitor In the city this afternoon. Mrs. Pnter Net! of Canton Is spend ing several days In Gambler, tho guest of friends. Mr. Joseph Porter of Mt. Vornon Js spending several days with friends In Danville. Mrs. J. J. Scrlbner jot North Main street went to Centerburg Tuesday morning to spend tho day. Mrs. Catherine Neldcrhouso of Brink Haven Is confined to her homo by a severe attack of Illness. Mr. Albert Black and family are moving Into the ...

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 November 1910

Al MlW4UM amwn.HB.HT ii! - . . .n.IMiigwHii i t.m46iDa. - wTaiWMJilwww.. ,...., . .. .... , ..-,,. - ii7 "ii yi i it 1 tmrmwi nnnr--ti1 ;t n . vc m5i aii- &! iftttt THE tflMOOKATlO BANNER PftlbAV, NoVEMDER 10, 1910 I hi tr a $ I ? i' i' ; 5 il I ' : I'M SUFFERED THREE YEARS WITH CHRONIC CATARRH. Mr. Disch, of Louisville, Gives Peru-na the Credit for His Recovery, and Recommends it to His Friends. MmMmmw MIX. JOSEPH V. DISOH, 451 W. Jot forson St., IMilsvillo, Ky., writes: "I takogrcatplcasurolnrocommondlng your valuablo l'oruna as a catarrh tomedy. "I havo boon sufforlng for tho past Ihrco yoara with catarrh, and had used Almost ovory thing in tho markot until 1 road of your wondorf ul Poruiia ram ody. After using two bottles of Peril' ca X can c.ioorfully recommend it to my ono having tho samo dlscnso. "I yeas almost compelled to glvo up toy business, until I usod your romody, nd I havo novor boon bothored with latnrrh slnco." Hon. 0. Hlemp, Congressman from Virginia, writes: "...

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. — 22 November 1910

wrrf.iT f-r V" vpn-m-jrimwK!i1V'nwT X mjootraifc p , v. PRICE TWO CEJTTS MT. VERNON, p., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1910 No. 93 tAK ESTABLISHED 1836 ICILLEO M IAD MONEY Count Tolstoy's Wanderings Attract Attention of Entire World v "rajf vkuintt jwtjMjy I 4 hundreds Mexican BIEWOLUTSOI IN PEN Soldiers Open Fire Upon Rioters. MADERO HAS VANISHED Sleutiis on Both Sides of Bor der Look for Leader, WQRKIHGMEN JOIN REVOLT Government Maintains Strict News Censorship But Ail- I mits Facts When Pressed For Truth-Armed Natives Cross Rio Grande at Many Points to Fight Against Diaz. JBasle Pass, Tox., Nov. 21. In & Ditched battle between government and revolutionary forces at Zaca tecas four hundred persons were killed, according to official advlce3 which have beon received at Cludad Porflrlo Diaz, across the border but have been carefully -withheld from the Amejlcan side. The. nojvs comes di rect from various sources on the Mexican side, but so well has tho telegraph been censored that not a w...

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. — 22 November 1910

j..J)tifl 'i iiin'yiiiini ji.'ii.'. '..'., .'mill WfttWiM jes.'m2 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1910 AE TWA SHORT LOCALS MASONS OWES 'Ml m ij I a jj8 M Vi ... . ' XLm ,W-Mk a-B- r n ur" - ft? Tl . ? i .. Lfc.SA IK u &-. ,.. a 'A. SWK4&. , .. ? ..;'- . B TKs Are Not In The Majority In The New Assembly LI legal Prnfession lias 33 Members In House And In The Senate The Num ber Will Be 13 A Dozen Merchants And Ten Physicians A Summary Showing Occu pation Of The Meqibers I ,1 -! The lawyora will not predominate In the legislature this winter as thoy did tn tbo last legislature ; at least not to the samo extent. Exactly lialf of tho last senato woro lawyers. Thoro woro oovontecn jof them. Thoro will bo but thlrtcon In tho sonato this time. Tho total number of senators this tlmo Is 34 as last year. Tbo total momboruhlp of tho houso Will bo 119. Thoro will bo 33 lawyers In tho kouso and 13 In tho Bonato. Thoro will bo 17 farmors, but thoy aro all in tho bouso. Tho sonat...

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. — 22 November 1910

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER lABR THWtB BABE jiaveil Mother And Sister From A Sure Death By Crying When Room Was Full Of Goal Gas Father Of Little Child Lives In Mi. Vernon And Is Employed In One Of The (ilass Plants Members Df His Family Had Thrilling Escape Mrs. Antonio Loriaux and her two children, a daughter 13 years old, and a two-year-old baby, were saved from suffocation Thursday night by tho youngest child who aroused the moth er with Its cries Just In tho nick of time, sas tho Hartfoid City, Ind., Times-Gazette. Mis. Loilaux and the two children wont to bed as usual Thursday night at their homo on East Fourth sticot on the South side but about 1 o'clock Mis. Loilaux was aioused by tho baby who was crying loudly. -Supposing that the little one was sick tho moth er got up and went to tho kltchon to look for a botttlo of medicine. She felt weak nand faint herself and a sudden feceling that someone had been trying to chlorofoim hor while she slept crept over...

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. — 22 November 1910

ilffiitflwii'i1 V -a- a.-aww MiiiiiiWwin'T'ltfwtfiafc'i!- THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 AGE tuurt UNCLAIMED MAIL fffypfynMim f iiijf)wfW m.JWM.wnw a awi.maa com III I , f ' I If t lit p;. u 1M toi 11 I 3he$3anitir MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Sonal-VCooU.1 y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE uhBorlptlon Rat (1 5" or vn Eutered at the Mt. Ver-juu. O post ftlce oa second claai trail matter SHORT LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Iinrt Wright of Mt. Vernon aro tho guests oi friends' at Lock. Opercl music on sale at Perm's. Mrs. Madge Turner Is confined to licr homo In Sparta by a sovero at .tack of Illness. Mrs., Garfield Snow and Miss Ithca Snow spent Friday with Mrs. Gordon Ensmlngcr at Utlca, Ohio. Mr. Orvlllo Weaver of Sparta spent Friday In Centerburg attending to eorao matters of business. Mrs. David Co3nor of this cltV loft Saturday noon for Cincinnati where ,ho will make a several days' visit with relatives. December magazines on sale at Penn's. Mrs. James W. Freeman relumed to h...

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. — 22 November 1910

TUESDAY, November 22, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE FIVE DESrONDENT Over HMleallli Edward Clark Ends His Life With A Shot-Gun On Sunday Morn ny Evidence Shows lie Planned The Suicide r Accomplished The Deed Alone In His Home Body Was Discovered At Noon On Sunday Despondent on account of III health, Edward Charles Clark, aged 36 years, single, ended his life Sunday morning at his farm residence in Pleasant township, near Bedel chapel. The un fortunate man first used a razor In an attempt to slash his wrist In hope of ending his life, but falling In this he- used a shot gun and blew away a portion of the left side of lis face and neck. Death was Instantaneous. A year or more ago Mr. Clark, whoso homo was In Mt. Vernon, took up lila residence on the little farm In Pleasant township and gave Ills en tire attention to farming. About a month fieri his hpnlth commenced to ' fall and It developed that he was suf fering from kidney trouble. He was quite despondent at times and seemed to br...

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. — 22 November 1910

ffmtftmmtmmimmm Z25ZX3&XZ i iii..niinmi.iMiii, rtmstffliwiiw ,ii imiMMM..,M.ai.nMmf,,,l1vl.WOTrtt.W)MMaflaa .... "' " 'I!'7,T7 : v!T?Tr'w'"?.1 ?f'-"i'iW'i inniitntfn mnr.ipiiHrtm,!. frsiMifaiHitttsi.fi,,,,,.., IT. t.ittmTi.m . -, r"--------'.Miwu'lwil AttE SIX THE DEMOUKAIiU BAJMitt. ljjwjhim.li.imi mmiatJMnwu Jtm uwwe planum iwonnuurf j ruwwi ji auyttm j"jnr i i mini " i-u.;..,. iunMmL - migriit -n tt - Mlj.".,ix8rg..Tg-.,sv. f . rin ' r7"f77r"nMtin i1 rt nr linn rfii7T,if.',-rr'(-J"" - W'.iwyjqftT&.Tg. ., IIH . k...,p , 7i in ,m, 1 1 uTiivtuhiaiiiiisL: r'' itM sMtiwaifril. .,.. M,l,il,n...r.tBaMWiiii;iiiiifTiffitiriiMWiHMiw U s it , " TUE80AV, NOVEMBER 22 196 A) i uHH ?i ; I t y f I V I p,i ' , ' IflUBSQ? ft sue uunra&uuatitbi BY FLL Drops Distance ol 800 Feet. LANDS UNDER MACHINE Bones Protrude From Horribly Mangled Body. BIPLANE TURNS OVER THRICE Aviator Leaps to Framework In Vain Effort to Right Himself. Souvenir Fiends Dismantle ' Wreck While Corpse 'Is Being Remov...

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