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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 2 December 1910

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER 'PAGE TH1 X f v LIFE Sentence Will lie Imposed Up on lliarles Suttlos ' Who Was Found Guilty By The Jury On Lliarge Of Ravishing A A Young Girl The Jury Was Out But Little Over An Hour Other Notes Of Interest From The Court House A lifo sentence in tbo Ohio peni tentiary will bo tho suntonco Imposed upon Charles Suttles, found guilty by tho ,Jury on Tupsday evening on a charge of ravlihlng a girl under tbo ago of 12 years tho penalty for which crime, by a law passed last winter, Is a lifo sentenco In tho pon Itentlary. Suttles' trial consumed two days and It was G o'plock Tuesday evening when tho caso went to tho jury. Af ter a deliberation lasting ono hour and fifteen minutes tho Jury roturned a sealed verdict as Judge Soward had returned to Newark on tho even ing train. Wednesday imornlng at 9 o'clock tho verdict was read in court by Deputy Clerk of Courts Charles W. Hayes. It Is understood that tho jury was unanimous in Its verdict o...

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. — 2 December 1910

,, . J lT ) llij-f mil v" H ' 1 "'" fACE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1010 .HI'H,TTJM i'i'i'ni-JuMM HWRWliJflFTflB n r t TTTir r rni J Hrtniuin ftiMi mliN'l VkWNoN. OHIO PRAM) HARPER, Editor A iiols.) MONUMEN1 SQUARE Subscription nato J1.G0 per yoar. Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, O., post office 'as second class mall matter. ii 4 4 4 .4. Mr. zio.v it. .3. . . 4. .. j j. j j j j 4 Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfo entertain ed on Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Tay lor, Georgo Mollck. Jcsslo lialrd, Charles rorterflcld and family of ajladensburg, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Vir gil Wolfe and Mastor Goo McKco. Allen Schooler Is on tho sick list. Miss Fawn Nlcholls spoilt Sunday with relatives near Bladonsburg. Messrs. J. P. Harris, Franlc Jakes and Wm. Hughes of Nowark spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. Clark Schooler and family and enjoyed tho time hunting. Mrs. Cora Huron and llttlo daugh ter, nina, spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. anil Mrs. Harvey Burch. Mrs...

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. — 2 December 1910

rUsemmM', uvn r,.7X,winmK... t TUftJW. M''W FHIDAY, DECnMDEn 2, 1610 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIVK w . . BAPTISTS Decide Upon Sunitnciiand Beach As The Sile For Tl).e Assembly Meetings 01 The Future The New Site Is Located Near Buckeye Lake BASKET BALL To Be Played By The High School Students SHIP Your Christmas Packages At Early Bate And Is On An Electric And A Steam Railroad Ml. Vernon People Made No Effort To Retain Assembly Summerland Beach, near Buckeye Lake will no doubt be the future site of the Hiawatha Assembly and the meetings which have been held at Lake Hiawatha park, Mt. Vernon, will be discontinued and Mt. Vernon citi zens will lose a splendid chatauqua which has been given each summer. The members of the Hiawatha As sembly committee of the Ohio Baptist Convention, of which Rev. P. E. Brln instool of this city Is a member, spent all of Wednesday morning In going over the ground at Summerland Beach and at the conclusion of their Inspection of the GG acres of beautiful...

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. — 2 December 1910

PAGE 8IX THE DEMOCFM'IO RANNEX PHI DAY, DECEMBER 2,, 1910 . INSIGHT Into Hie Life Of Hon, Atlee Pomerene , The Lieutenant Guvernor- Elect Of Ohio And Prominent Candidate For U. S. Senator lias Won His Way To Front By Hard Wok ' .And Constantly Hewing To The Line Of integrity Canton, Ohio, Nov. 29 Fifteen years r.go there came to Canton, from Holmes county, to prncltco law. a tall, slim youth, unversed In tho ways of tho world but equipped with one of tho brightest minds that ovor argued before the Stark county bar. That man was Atleo Pomorono, Ohio's lieu- HON. ATLEE POMERENE. tenent govenor-elecL, and ono of tho leading candidates for United States senator. Opening an office, ho practiced for eoveral years wlthdoggod puralritoncoi receiving but little uotlco oxcopt by attorneys opposed to-him In n caso, nnd they found him tho ohrowdoHt of foes. Ills practice) , was nmall, und though It was growing nloadlly nono predicted tho brilliant fuluro that linn liccn opened for lilmi Whllo p...

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. — 2 December 1910

T1 r SJ4 V FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8EVKM r u It SECOND Day Of The Trial Of Ohio Vs. Charles Sullies Two Wills Filed In Probate On Tuesday Tuesday was tho second day of tho trial of Charles Suttlos, charged with Incest, In tho court 6f common pleas. Tho witnesses woro examined for tho state on Monday and on Tuesday morning a largo number of witnesses wero examined hy tho defense At ono o'clock Tuesday afternoon tho ar guments woro begun by tho attorneys. The case goes to tho Jury late In tho afternoon. The Wolford Will Tho last will and testament of Thomas B. Wolford, lato of Mt. Ver- non, has been filed In probate. By tho terms of the will ho gives all his prop. crty, both real and personal, to his wife, AHco A. Wolford, provided sho contrlbuto to tho care and support of his daughter, Mary Edith Wolford. Upon tho death of his wife, all tho property remaining goes to tho daugh ter, mentioned above. AHco A. Wol ford. tho wife, Is named as tho exec utrix of ...

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. — 2 December 1910

npSt-T,i-r-., -, WWWMPWmiWimw ) JWOWiW tfp'iln'1yn FAQE SIOHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, v VW . fc t rf.. .jalpyy.. yW piW)lftHWtl SE I Li It, STEEL OUTLOOK IS FAVORABLE Magnates Maet In New York to Discuss Situation. WILL HOT MAKE GUT IN PRICE SilUKT LOCALS tt Order Have Shown Steady Increase Since Last August and Plants Have Been Running at 60 Per Cent of Capacity Judge Gary, Chairman of United States Steel Corporation Directorate, Issues Statement Out lines Workings of Pension 8ystem. New York, Deo. 1. Practically nil tI tbo steel manufacturing compa nies In tbo United States woro rep resented at tho meeting held hero for tho purpose- of discussing prices ( Bteol products, curtailment of out put, the outlook for business from tho railroads, tho chances of further cutting In prices, prospect of tariff Tovlsion and other propositions perti nent to tho general readjustment of business affairs now under way Tho meeting wa3 held behind closed doors, nnd tho only officia...

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. — 6 December 1910

V Che ttwwa UUUtV. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1910 No. 97 ESTABLISHED 1836 4 9 ' r c j j r f M MRS. MARY II. EDDY DIES OF PNEUMONIA At Her Home On The City Founder of Chris tian Science. ILL ONLY A FEW DAYS Death Announcement Delayed Twelve Hours. SEGREGY PREVADES HOME Reporters Hector Press Agent Farlow For Particulars of Death Bed Scene-Funeral At- . tentlence to U Restricted. Boston, Doc. 5. In her splendid mansion on Beacon street, In tbo ' Chestnut Hill suction of the city of Newton, Mrs. Alary Baker Eddy, 89, who always Insisted upon being call ed the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, breathed her last, death being duo to fin attack of pneumonia, from which tho aged 'woman suffered about a week or 10 days, In the opinion of Medical Ex aminer George L. West of Newton Center, who was called and viewed the body. Alfred Farlow, chief press agent for the church of which Mrs. Eddy was the head, said that it was sim ply a caso of aid ago,, but aft...

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. — 6 December 1910

-TJ- - f 1 m wm.wm-ti"m i rAOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010 I I A marriage license wns issued In tho Licking county probnto court yes terday to W. P. Coo, farmorf Knox county, nnd Flosslo B. Wilson, Now ark. BGI SMPSl ' .'"TtfyfoimiowxasL. M ttdgr Jit EiwjfllV'GL li tB jKf ! wim 1 - - OUTSIDE TRLSTY SYSTEM ISHED Columbus, O., Dec. 3. The outside trusty Bystem at tbo penitentiary Is o bo nbollBhcd. Offices operated out !do tho prison walls aro to bo moved tclthln, thus taking away privileges tti&ny prisoners enjoy. Tbo first to bo moved Is -tlie office t Btorckecper, and with Ihis change Ihrco outsldo "trustlesnro brought tnsldo. Other changes will bo raado gradually, and prpbably beforo tho Printer Is over most of tho prisoners who have uaon ravorcd with outsldo positions wlJV spend the remainder of Hi Now York, Doc. 3. It doolopcd Teforc tho legislative graft Investiga tion co mm It too that James Wads "Worth, Jr., speaker of tho state as sembly, recommen...

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. — 6 December 1910

MliiluqpBI H I M(iWJWWUWIIJpilltWlJMIlltiWIP-'Wl!ll'.ltiWltlinWWWllAIIWjWiii;l!WWP CJ h TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THHK wmmmtucrcaMaacuK u.iMMuminuMmHnMjmMum U KILLED By A C, A. & C. Passenger Train In This City Jacob Horn's Life Crushed Out Instantly At 1:30 O'clock On Saturday Afternoon Accident Occurred Near The C. A. & C. Station Aged Man Was Walking Track And Didn't Hear The Train Jacob Horn, aged 85 years, a well known retired farmer residing in South Vernon, was Instantly killed by C, A. & C. passenger train No. 523, due In this city at 1:30, Saturday af ternoon. Mr. Horn's skull was crush ed In and almost every bone In his body was broken. Death came in stantly. Mr. Horn resided in South Vernon on Norton street, Just opposite the offices of the Pittsburg Plate Glass company. He was walking the rail road track on his way to Mt. Vernon when run down by the train and kill ed. He was walking the ties on the south side of the C, A. & C, 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. — 6 December 1910

" SU wr iiwwiwwwf3aigWf wWjiiiuggaitlMIIW II 111 "l Til f VlWI 7I77IJUI Hl"n '.uuCZ vmmtmuumnnm wwiiiiiiwinyiirfatfwUiMiiWiiliW PAGE FOUR THE i DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1010 -ri ? ' t?r t -1 t ' H N i ' VOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor pm 1-XWoois.ly 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Itatc $1.50 per yoar. Entered nt tho Mt. Vornon, O., post offlco ns second class mall matter. THE SENATORSHIP ImmyHatolyfollowlnglho election a month ago, camo tho announcement of soveral candidacies tor United States senator. Tho two candidacies that attracted tho most attention woro thoso of At lco I'omcrene of Canton and Edward W. Hanloy of Dayton. Former Congrcsman Lcntz of Co lumbus formally announced his candl dacy for senator during tho rocont campaign. Tho thrco named nbovo arc tho on My avowed candidates for tho high hon or. Therohavobcen several worthy and ablo UcmocratH mentioned by their frknda for the olllcc, among them be ing somo members of congress, but none have got In...

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. — 6 December 1910

mmtit:miiiiniuiuiimrjMwiHitiinKnjmkuutMinjivvit.wiiviM,AiswMflmvii.iimmapmf ;i h TUE8DAV, DECEMDEH 6, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIVK If SIGNATURE Of lit. Vernon Man In A Letter Sent Out Attacking The Labor Stand ing Of E, W. Ilanley One Of The Candidates For .United States Senator Not Authorized, As Was Send ing Out Letter Mr. Albert Faddis Makes Statement In Matter A Mt. Vernon man haB been Inject ed Into tho senatorial light In Ohio Mr. Albert Faddis. Tho following special In tho Cincinnati Enquirer of Monday gives tho details: Dayton, O., Doc. 4 During tho past week tho various olllccrs of labor unions' throughout the state have re ceived a letter, of which tho following Is a copy: "Ohio State Conferenco Board of International Molders Union, Charles Lake, President. Resell Building, Youngstown, Ohio. 1 "Albert Paddis, Secretary-Treasurer, No. C01 Sugar street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio: "To tho officers and members of tho organized labor of tho state of Ohio Dear Sir and Brother: "A...

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. — 6 December 1910

r IWW'H "! HMIMUflwMlill TTTPtTlaiwi iaas .l.T..,..i.rr...i,l...iwUniiarB STOIK! EfMUtEHlllwil lentil frwi MMiiiwiMwiamiyrmOTtitpiiViaMlSS - PACE 8IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, DECEMBER C, 1010 ISRAEL'S NEW C3VMT ItD'ill Tfl nr rTnnnOMP hUW lU Ufc tuiHULsUtJJU So Declares Pastor Russc! Remarkable Sermon. In Messianic Kingdom the Power to Bring About GcrJ'c Will on Earth. Brooklyn. Decern- Iter (. Pastor RiH - .toll continues to use Iho Academy of Music, our largest Auditorium, when ever he speaks In Brooklyn, the "Tab ernnclo" being of Insufficient capac ity. He bed a a plcn did uudicm-o today of thoughtful-look ing people, evident ly chiefly from the middle walks of life. Asked why so few of the wealthy attended, his characteristic reply was: "Of my Master It Is written. "The eo:,i moil people heard liltn gladly.' " He spoke from the following test: "The Lord, whom yc seek, slmll mai denly co-no to tits tcmplo. ovon the Mos Eetiecr of tlio covenant, who n yo lclls.it In. liclio...

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. — 6 December 1910

WjMr " mfium mmmm-mmmm bfHttiiPUEFfi tarniffffiiimTirriiMt ym TJJEODAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN h tff v h LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW! Tho third month of school shows tho following ttoms of Interest: Tho enrollment by buildings Is, High school 372, Contral 153, Davis building ICG, First ward 310, Second ward 74, Third ward 301, Fourth ward 295; a, total of 1C71. Tardlnos reported by buildings Is: High school "tfo, Central G, Davla 3, First ward 5, Second ward 7, Third ward 11, Fourth ward 7. Tho following rooms had no tardy pupils: Miss Fordnoy, Mrs. Wlthcrcll, Miss Wllda Clark, Miss Pfautz, Miss AHco Ewlng, Miss Thrallklll, Miss Mofllt, Miss Sharroclc, Miss Dryant, Miss Durbln, Miss Dovalon, Miss Ounn and Miss Chase. Thcro woro 525 visitors, 41 visits to parents, 22 cases of truancy without knowledgo of parents, 44 cntorcdi Canton, Ohio, Dec. 2 J. P. Miller, charged with assaulting h(s wife, ad mitted to Judgo Qulnn in Court to day that ho did glvo her a "good s...

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. — 6 December 1910

,4, jHPffMlli"" " " inat.Mill'Lutfty- ;, . -r " ftwwwssrJwsii imiwsmwwjijsm' WfMPWMCUUMMMfttM! tf It A6fe felGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010 IM A BOMB EXPLOSION New York, Dec. 5. Explosion of a twmb wrecked the fruit storo of Que no Brother? and created a panic among tho guests of the Elkwood ho tel, and tho Fulton hotel adjoining, everybody In both buildings rushing to tho street. Thero were no casual ties. AUfliLTs TIMS Columbus, O., Dec. 6. Tragedy was Injected Into tho wedding trip of Lieutenant Kenyon Joyco of tho bar tacks and his bride, who was Miss Helen Jones, when tho auto In which they woro driving at Whcollng, W. Va., collided with a sled, on which two boys wero coasting down a steep vlopo In tho National road, and the toys wero killed. Tho victims wero "Charles Dralhlcr, 14, and Harold Meyer, M. Tho latctr was tho son of a U. & O. olllclal. rooIsIets JUDGESHIP Akron, O., Dee. C. Governor Har mon, It was announced hero, hnB ap pointed Samuel G. ll...

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. — 9 December 1910

hiffiriiagl i-,; , i'--f :j,: . . y-7-a.-aral - -.n-.T.;-r. , rTTfivTrmTffi IVifcTiMlifiVtfi. tftlliMijtfglin i'i H'lt ft "" 0 .' , tmvttmx. ' -cr: PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1910 No. 98 ESTABLISHED 1836' ... , Ifemttjeir. m WMt if COSHOCTONMAN William Green Made President Pro iein, Of Senate Official Force To Be Pruned Republicans Given Three Minor Appointments As llie'r Share Of Patronage -Democratic Members-Elect Hold Caucus And De cide Upon Legislative Program-Liberal Eemenl Not Much In Evidence-House To Caucus Dec. 22 Columbus, O., Doc. 8. William Green of Coshocton was elected opeaker pro torn, of tho Bcnato it the caucus of the Democratic senators elect to tho legislature. William V. Coshorn of Crawford county was elected clerk and Rodney J. DIo Elo of Erie county sergeant-alarms. Green, who polled 10 votes, just enough to win, was victor over Senator-eloct John N. Stockweil of Cleveland, with soven votes, and Se'nator H. L. Yount of Darko coun ty, wh...

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. — 9 December 1910

wfpiMiinTawi '"iiwunmmKmmmiMuviiiKW&&timiiW!twet umtommMm&nmmmmm -xtsimmMmimBmmmn MUiliiiMi.llfl .....Jin mSmmuummVm 'WUko -t "t.. .T liu . nllMUllHHI illilrtlssmMIIHinHlMil 'i mi i I i it I AQE TWO i i THE DEMOORATIO BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1010 lit If 11MIIM1W 1 1 . PltKUKHIOKTOWN .$. .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. $. ! ! ! J Miss Carrio Chancoy of Metropolis, III., arrived In Fredorlcktown on Thursday ovenlng to visit her parents over tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hedge of De troit, visited Itov. and Mrs. U. l. Low ia tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Dill visited tho tatter's parents In Cincinnati last week. At a congregational mooting on Sun day last tho mcmbcrB of tho Daptlst church decided not to call tho mln later undor consideration at that time. Mr. Don Groves Is back from Idaho , xlsltlng friends and relatives In this vicinity. Rov. Corfman of Now London, O., Was a Fredorlcktown visitor on Sat urday last. Tho ladles of tho Methodist church bold" a sowing beo at tho...

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. — 9 December 1910

SSSBSSSSes-ifi nasazaKGizizaxi.tssp rvroeotntumxaia lua am amtm Mtetsm mmm fji imww J FRIDAY DECEMBER 0, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THKEK l V Granted A Knox Co. Boy At Industrial School A Case In Epilepsy In The Probate Court Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Probation OfT-cor Patrick Purcoll has received word from tho officials of tho Boys' Industrial school at Lan caster that Albert Mlllor of Knox county has been granted a parolo and has been aont to tho home of his mother in Columbus. Taken to Hospital Sheriff P. J. Parker went to Colum bus Wednesday morning, taking is lth him William Shoemaker of Butler township to tho stato hospital. Affidavit In Epilepsy An affidavit In epilepsy has been fil ed In probato court against Blancho S. Penrose Tho medical cortlflcato was furnished by Dr. Isabollo Nixon and arrangements aro being mado to have the patlont convoyed to tho Gal Ilpolis hospital. Second anad Fnldl A second and final account has been filed In probate by G...

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. — 9 December 1910

Vjr iniiHmijjjnatK' autiM&wfaiifiiiMaTOfllw t--tjjj,- -V T - -T7 " iiiiiiiiiiLjgjggaxBrriiiiBii ,r:r3rj.-r - ".yrTiy-vui jg ggjVr-HS rrr;r,',jiiiMwnhiririiwwi MMftM WMWMM IB HI'liriT'T " .! nn'" ' ' "i " "" PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1910 OLDJUHS Meet In Columbus After A 0(1 Years' Sepuralion MOUIST VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor "Tk Q. ...:.u j.u n j. c .i jiic uiutc wjim uvs "omisuiias spirit t ! Thoroughly Rea IK hristmas Somi-"WooltlT For 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Ilato $1.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, O., post offlco as Eccond class mall mattor. LAYMEN'S MOVEMENT TUI .J . )t Ii .L.l.'.l. ... T. .1 . i .. 9 i iic migcat auu inuaL wiiieLe noes or nonaay gins mis store has ever shown, uirts or every description f o men, women, children and infants. When buying here it does not riiatter what 3 the price may be, the same reliable Ringwalt standard is maintained. One Is A Resident Of Danville, Knox County W iV Doing Heartily Received In ...

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. — 9 December 1910

r-mvriiwmipJiiiiMi k FRIDAY DtJCEMOER 9, 1010 THE democratic banner PAQE FIV id You Love SEIZED OLDEST " 'B WMS VMMB HHHHHi MHHMMHIIBMI Mfet 1 !-,- 1 T I I '' ' " III I II l SLVtR J N Cups To Oc Givon Uy The Citizens' Association To The Poultry And Corn Growers' Associations As Prizes At The Coining Shows In This City "Good Roads" Meeting To Be Held tn January A Financial Report On Last Year's Picnic The regular meeting of tlio Citi zens' Association was held In tho city council chamber Wednesday ev ening with a fair representation of the uiumbers present. President Penn was In the chair and tho minutes oC the last session wero read by Secre tary McCracltln and wero approved. Mr. W. P. Uogardus offered u mo tion that the January meeting of tho obEodation bo devoted entirely to the consideration of good roads and that a special committee be appointed to work with the Good Uoads committee In arranging the details lor the meet ing. Mr. liogardus also suggested that a light lunch bo ser...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 December 1910

inMiMnttmnmm MMMWii) rtx PAGE 8 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1910 tfM.r.x ,, rr ...., ..-wo -. J,w.,M.f -u - - i- -,, -i ,, , 1,;""" """ , - - , -tJi,jafwiwiiiiJijirt M h a h .!? h i 1 t s' 5 h I ' : VACATION M .In Public School During Holidays liver lwo Weeks Dalos Arranged By The Board Uf Education At A Regular Meeting On Monday Evening Vacation Begins December 16 And Ends Jan. 2 Other Business Transacted By Board Of Education Tho regular monthly mooting of tho board of education of Mt. Vernon wns hold on Monday evening at tho onicc of Clerk Coyner. " Tho mooting wna called to order with nil mouibors present and tho mlnutea of tho last regular meeting woro read by Clerk Coner nnd woro approved ns rend. Dr. Arndt of tho supply commltteo reported that orders had been Issued for nil necessary supplies during the month and that nothing in that lino bnd boon left undone. A communication was received nnd rend from the librarian of tho High school llbrury asking Hint the man...

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