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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 December 1910

MMMMMkE? ' HrWLTWT7 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SKVir Mmmmt&&&t&mtotmmfrim U ""H MOTION For New Trial In The diaries Sullies Case Charges Misconduct On Port (If Juror . The Matter To Be Heard Next Saturday The Biggs Will Is Filed In Probate SllUKT LOCALS An Affidavit In Lunacy Filed On Monday Thcro promises to bo a warm tlmo in tbo court of common picas next Saturday when Judgo Seward of Newarkj will bo hero to hear tho ar guments In the motion for a now trial In tho case of the Stato of Ohio vs. Charles Suttlcs, found giillty of a chargo of ravishing a girl under tho ago of 12 years. . In tbo motion for a now trial filed by W. M. Koons, attorney for Sut tlcs, misconduct on tho part of n juror in the case Is alleged and this will bo brought out In court next Saturday. The Biggs Will Tho last will and testament of Har rod Biggs, late of Harrison township, Knox county, has been filed In pro bate. By tho terms of tho will tho testator directs tha...

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. — 9 December 1910

ww iwimtmu jhu .! ls2S3E22M mmmMmmmmZSg nnmtMmn,m:i wsyWW THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1910 PAGE EIQHT flftMBUEinRfiwWWffl i Wi ' llii ) f ! t h i ;, ' i Y . t . ft i v ' V fcf n ? DOGTORS SAID INCURABLE RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA. ; g Mrs. E. West, j &$cJ? Catarrh Sp '; ; Robust and Strong Splendid Appetite. t 1 J Mre. E. West, l!i7 Main St., MonaHha, Wis,, wrltos : i "Wo liavo uhc(1 1'oruna In our family for a numbur of yoars and whon I say that it Is a (lno mcdlclno for catarrh and colda, I know what lam talking ', ' about. S 1 'I liavo taltcn It ovory Spring and Fall for four years, and I find that It 1 1 koops mo robust, strong, with splendid appotlto, and fri-o from any HIiicxh. i 1 1 "A fow years ago It cured mo of catarrh of tho stomach, which tho doctors S ! bad pronounced incurable ? 1 1 "I am cry much pleased with 1'oruna." J Bowels nnd Stomach. Miss Mary Jones, 71)18 Boynolds Avo., Chicago, 111., writes: 'I can recommend Fartina as a good tncdlclno for cJironl...

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. — 13 December 1910

eS595SH "I M"i imi jemjorjmtiTO tttn ' t (Stf1! 1 PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY DECEMBER 13, 1910 No. 99 ESTABLISHED 1836 TAFT ELEVAT 13 -v A--''Sr US lllil II M Governors and Governors Elect From Score of States Pose For Picture iuj3BEn GANG TAKEN WITH THE GOODS Oii Mysterious Tlielt ol Alaskan .Gold Explained. ENS L li v U JUSTIC Louisiana Democrat Supreme Court His Place As Assoclote Justice Will Be Taken By Judge Lamar Of Georgia-Judge Van Devanter Will Suc ceed lo Seat Formerly Occupied By William II, Moody, Resigned. Martin L Knapp Will Preside Over New Commerce Board Washington, Deo. 12. Edward Douglass White of Louisiana, asso ciate Justice of the supremo court of tbo United States, will bo advanced to tbo chief justiceship, to tako the placo left vacant by tho lato Mel villo W. Fullor. Josoph A. La-1 mar of Augusta, Ga., former Jus tice of tho supremo court of that etate, will bo appointed an associate Justice, to succeed to tho placo left open by the advancement ...

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. — 13 December 1910

" - Tl-t T"' f-xnm 'VPnPnMVHtpD ftwwwfH u wammm wevmutmimm '::immmM:iamMmvmw fAQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 13, 1910 unmjoiiL'iiiMUinMnmiiiMi'"'"l","""""1 -a HMMAumiimiiM jw r I' ? l ; 1 !' 1 ' I .. J if . . if , r i r r I i; i i PAII RHAH TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio b. & o. n. R. East No. 14 5:G0 a. m. No. 4 11:30 a. m. No. 10 5:30 p. m. No. 8 6:18 p. m. Weit No. 7 P:26 ft. m. No. 17 8:57 a. in. No. 3 2:39 p. m. No. 15 10:08 p. m. Nob. 16 and 17 dally oxcupt Sunday. Other trains dally. C, A. & C. R. R. South Bound No. 606 12:41 n. m. No. 520 9:6ffa, m. No. 523 6:30 a. m. No. 604 9:00 a. m. No. 518 10:65 a. in. No. 602 12:25 p. m. No. 60S 5:10 p. m. No. 600 9:37 p. m. North Bound No. 507 2:26 a. m. No. 501 7:24 a. m. No. 509 8:34 a. m, No. 503 1:59 p. m. No. 605 6:63 p. m. No. 519 6:49 p. in. No. 621 7:10 p. m No. 523 (To Mt Vornon only) 1:30 p. m. Dally. Dally oxcopt Sunday. Sunday only. TAYLOR'S j BEST I FLOUR j It's Good Very Good j SESSON Of Common" Pl...

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. — 13 December 1910

mvr TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 13, 1010" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THHM ..tvvmv&Mnemv , V r. For your inspection is j our line of useful gifts, j And as our stock is now j complete you have the choice of a better selec- tion. MANICURE SETS : $1.00, $2.00, (3.00, Etc. Z toilet" sets I $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00, $7, Etc. MILITARY BRUSH j $1.00, $3.00, $4.50, $5.00 ; (Ileal Ebony) WRITING PAPER : Fancy : 25c,-50c, 75c, $1.50, $2.50 ; PERFUME Christ- j mas Packages 25c Bottle up to $5.00 : TOILET WATER In Individual ; boxcs,25c, 50c, 75c, $1.25. j Lawless I P harmacy Public Square W. Side We will lay asldo your goods w, POULTRY Sbow To Be Given By Citizens Of Danville Danvlllo, O., Dec. 10 Tho Twin City Midwinter Fair, Poultry & Pot Stock association Is tho name of a new organization that has started off with a charter membership of 38. Tho date of tho show will be Janu. ary 21-28, Inclusive. Entries will not bo confined to Just the county, but open to tho world. At the last meet- lng ...

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. — 13 December 1910

-fw- r - -- e-T ' t r iwji,'jwn'MiMinwnfcanii iwiitAiiwWiw!(W&W?wj'iuwiiij 'KWitoWiwujwwwwwfea iiviwwDDW'jmmijiiitmriiQBDimnW' amfimm!iMwmMii,mtmnmMt i jr' i'1" 'wv "' w wmiii'ii1"" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER L TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 13, 1910 mLUM1Imi'nmainmu.u MumuuMMiMwiiimuiMiMmiwin ... - If- ----- , Jjp II II 31 i I'M A 1 i! 1 1 4 I :i rM i li I' IJi 5 n ir t MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Somi- w ooltly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.50 per yonr. Entored nt the Mt. Vernon, O., post otQco ns second clnss mall mnttor. Address Made By linn, L. 0. Houck At The Y. M. C. A. Hon. L. B. Houck mado a splendid address, ono of tho best evor pro scntcd at tho Asoclatlon, Sunday. Tho topic wqb "Legal Dolays," and Mr. Houck covered tho snrao In a master ly manner. Tho development of tho legal court was described, how tho United Statof had secured and framed their laws. He spoko of how tho United States laws dlffor from thoo of othor coun tries. He outlined, what In his mind, was 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. — 13 December 1910

ifMt.01iimi.M r TUESDAY, DECEMDER 13, 19lO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAQKJ IL'WWWttJWMKIHWIJgWitjyUMwiBrtlfWJUIWIiaiMWJiMWWBWJW y 1 im, v nr c?w tumio. jmuci- chandise all ready for Holiday Trade Our Xmas decorations aro all completed and every stock is filled with new Xmas merchandise articles that will make useful and pleasing holi day presents. Don't fail to come in and see the store at this, the most pleasant season of the year. Here are a few items just a hint of the good things to be found in every department: Ladies' Eur Muffs and Scarfs $1.98 up Black Petticoats 39c, 49c 69c, 98c Kimonos , $1.48 and $1.98 Shirt Waists 89c Outing Gowns 50c, 75c $1.00 Children's Sweaters ' 50c, 75c, $1.00 Aviator Knit Caps 50c, $1.00, $1.25 AT THE NOTION COUNTER Fancy Hat Pius 25c, 50c Collar Pins set with French white stones 25o Belt Pins and Collar pins. Big assortment 25c, 50c Initial Shirt Waist Pins 50c Back Combs and Barrettes 25c, 50c Perfume put up in fancy boxes 25c and 50c German Silver ...

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. — 13 December 1910

1&AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 13, 1010 WlUJKjMlAJUHJJIJMtTltBaiWJWJfUIJ.lJIitlttma.WW.LMlilUMlJ'VWLttg raan&mammKK IE r-v SOB'S GREAT PUN IliDDFJ l ABRAHAM hm FAMILY, The Mystery, Covered So Long, Is Now Made Plain. tsanc, tho Second Son of tho Patri arch, Pictured tho Heavenly Seed. Ishmael, tho Firtt Son, tho Earthly Seed. O in a h n, Nob.,. Dec 11. Pastor Russell of Brook- ' lyn Tabcrnaclo vis- ' Itcd our city yes terday as tho guest of the Interna tional Blblo Stu dents Association, IIo gave two pub lic a (1 d r o h fl e s, which were heard by large and In telligent audiences. We report his nd- I dress from these words of Scripture: I "Anrt Isaac brought rtobecci Into his mother Sarah's tent, and sho boenmo his wile and ho loved her." Genesis xxlv, 07. When we sometimes speak of Abra ham. Isaac and others as types wo should not be understood to mean that they were merely types that the Bl- j blc stotles respecting them are Ac tions. A person or thing ...

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. — 13 December 1910

. . - rwtrvr TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVBW f X FLAMES Destroy Tiie Plont Of Tim Mt. Vernon Window Glass Co. When The TanK Burst Eorly Friday Morning The Main Building Was Re duced To Ashes And 180 Men Are Thrown Out Of Employment Owners Arrange 'To Rebuild Plant At Early Date SHELLEY'S Term . Is Suspended Until April 1 Emanuel F. Shelley, of Loudonvlllo, who wan Indicted In this county and found guilty at Medina on a chnngo of venuo for embezzling $16,000 from tho cstato of Uio late Paul Oliver, and sentenced a few weeks ago at Me dina by Judgo R. M. WanamaUer, of Akron, to flvo years In tho Ohio pen itentiary, will not uavo to go to pris on until next April at least. A sus pension of tho sentence was granted him by tho circuit court at Cleveland. This Is pending his appeal, which the clrucult court will hear somo llnio In April. 1011. Judgo Wanaraakor has sot tho date for tho trial of Robert M. Campbell pf this city for Jan. 23. Campbell was Indicted 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. — 13 December 1910

jpjwii(iwwwiwn iisiawiig.iwwMiMiiwiMPWiiawwMWM ""IWfW -"w -- "i"""""Vfll TliWf ,J- WHI.WI' -MMM MWWl4tf- -r-t-s T -f FACE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE TUESDAY, DECEMBEn 13, 1910 MHWlWH4IM"JW""lm-wJW'u;',TVw'"fTO . - , -, , t , "' -rn. wiiimnw mi mumi.!..,. .. ,.i. .,,, ,MMWHl..i.-p,. ,,,,. m.io" ft 4 fj y l( timely hint MS Getting Winter Eggs. One great essential In getting wlntur rtggs Is to make tlio hens entirely co:u- Kortable. i Remove every useless nrtlclo nnd llcnve Hie floors entirely free from nny Jtblng tlmt will obstruct tllclr free use s a scratching place. Clcnn down the fwnlls nnd If necessary wlitlcwnsh or prny thoroughly. Clenn the dropping lioards nnd make repairs on them mid ithe roosts, no that droppings can be easily remove at nil times during the rwlnter. Remove every bit of litter from the door and If It Is a dirt door tako out nt least n couple of Inches of the old dirt, which Hbould bo replaced with clean loam. Make ready u corner In each pen that can be used ...

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. — 16 December 1910

frttr !fv t'W-iLii.i K PRIOE TWO CFNTS MT. VEKNOH, O., FEIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910 Ho. 100 ESTABLISHED 1836 i. & Ije Brnjutftiii W f I f ft" JStV J r V ' fl l ROAST ON ARK IS TONED DOWN Parts Of Dickinson's Report Will Be Suppressed Secretary Of War Sends Document To Congress In Which : Alleged Unpreparedness Of Country For War Is AccentuatedSays Coasts At Mercy Of Foreign v Enemies And Ttiat Woeful Lack Of Men, Guns And Ammunition Exists Washington, Dec. 15. Official cir cles aro all worked up over formal reports prepared by the- secretary of war disclosing a state of uupro parednejs In the national de lenses that Is charactenzod ai ccusatlonal. Unusual efforts havi been made by members of the uoiw of representatives to suppress thi ccntcnU of these rerorts, on tin ground that tLelr publication woul bo deti lmental to tho government' best Interests. liut Secretary Dick inson and Major 'Genoir.l Lconnr. Wood, chief ht staff, who ought t know how fur 1 1b expedient to (lit clcsc th...

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. — 16 December 1910

iiiijiWiiriiffiBCiiiiii wiwiilitT,Tfl-rfatftMttWt.iiiH.iiilW'lrfiflWWtf WMnmfflSm Utmnmp' HHl'lHWIMlli I ill H M ill gwW WflWWMIWMWW wnoimv9,!n Mtmrnvmrnmummm .fM.HMI,mTn,.,, "l"yw,,,ilii.. ,i - t-t ..i.yMWjyy.y irw. -iWnV -Wm (few-? "" "ifW- -wr""YW thjei JOKmuoiixuiTriniKccr "'"yT'i'TT)'"! " y "i'i'iin'yH'""'"" ""'n'wi'lwyvlVstryy,'fBifp'w""" 'r $ k i ' Lodge Elections Dladcnsburg Masons At tho annual election of Ohio Xodgo 199, P. & A. M., of Blndons tiurg, tho following olllcors wero elect ,d: W. M. Ell Biggs. 8. W. M. C. Curamlns. J. "W. T. J. Hcsb. Treasurer D. K. Blystonc. Secretary W. B. Moaholder. S. D. Timothy Mornlngstar. J. D. Robert Mellck. S. 8. Frank K. Hall. ' J. 8 John Plttsford. Tyler J. C. Earlywlno. Trustee Lcandcr McCaracnt Brandon Maccabees Brandon tent, No. G51, K. O. T. M Elected tho following officers Saturday Bight: Commander Henry C. Wood. lieutenant Commandor Oacar Par ley. Itccord Keeper George E. Dlack. Chaplain Ocorgo Ellis. Sergoant V. L. VanNostr...

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. — 16 December 1910

VJ&xp"fmifMm c I I jri'y' . &' ' Tt V"?i-' '1 a &)) -y f i wv ityywn jl'Hl' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1610 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THnii a Few Days Then Xmas HAT to buy and where to buy it has now become a serious question. Tho time for leisurely shopping is past. You must now join the eager hurrying crowds or else, at the very last moment, be one of those who rush from counter to counter vainly looking for "j ust the thing." While we exert every effort to offer you a complete Christmas stock, many of our off erings are carried only through the Holiday Season hence we can not re-order on them. Each day your choice of these lines grows smaller. Many of our choicest gifts are already gone but stocks are by no means depleted. We still have a splendid selection from which to choose if you will but hurry here where we off er FULL VALUE COURTEOUS TREATMENT FROMPT SERVICE. Umbrella for 'Him' or 'Her' P ir ?, This year's showing In- -li vJivua iuu Diiiuiigou uuuuio 1U handles ever...

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. — 16 December 1910

vw-rqrxrprf,--! y--Trffi?J"-' lwwr"9F"- irv-w - -, r r-mjp ? T'.TIjr'r'f V7 " - T'i!. MtiljA 'yvwsr jfry unmanwin "TT" iwwrwnrann i n mmMMnmiuiiliHiMui1 WiWfcWiM HlHSHmMi OMb i-fftftfurv'-'wi Fgfy ui'wiygjiWiwiW v 'V"y r-rrr'"sqCT' n'jyyf rrrrvMmtiimn!9mmvi$m AGE rOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1010 MOUNT VERNOfS. M1I() FRANK HARPER, Editor W f :'.( r X. 1 XA7 o O I 6 MONUMENT SQUARE lMumMUIMlriMMSBSBSijJMfcHHM . . . .. . buji..anj.i II I -ill tiMmmnW - w.r.r- m ii umim iii.lii Li ' ,";""ifeaK.mfiMSSV i -mmw ! " 7(T'i"i''Tr' " ' 'TIWVHH? i raw11 ' i rTi i iifc mi i iiinirr ini i iihihwhi . . . . . -- . . . i qgP 3? r "" ' fc. m l L l ft I H li i' BubBcrlptlon Ilnto'-tl.GO pur yonr. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post ofllco as second class mall matter. TWELVE PAGES TODAY a ibis ?g.uie i u laitw iv n i vwsi iiwwwiigy toiui Aiiieas uuuua , of Every Description l RECTOR ft A There are Articles Suitable for Men & Women, Boys & Girls, from the very youngest to Gra...

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. — 16 December 1910

f&0tTyWWn!r!:'''rr 1f ' I , FHIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC) BANNED PAGE FIVft "WWWTGJ tf r. v t j a f r JP& Ju A (r3 We want to Cut a Figure In furnishing you with FOODSTUFFS for the Christmas Dinner Smoots COUNTY Laymen's Missionary Conven tion Held In Mt, Vernon Wednesday Afternoon And Evening A Great Success QUALITY 1 N. Main GROCERIES 110 W High . MT. XION .J- Mr. Clarence Welrlch was abusincss caller at Mt. Vejnon Thursday. Mrs. Addle Schooler and daughters, Evallne and Wave, and Mrs. Edith Donahey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burch. Mr. Calvin Nicholls tnado a business trip to Ut'ca Friday. Mrs. Edith Donahoy Is visiting rel atives at Dhdensburg this week. Mrs. Margaret Hayden, who hns been slsk, Is able to bo out again. Mrs. Lurel Welrlck spent Thursday with Mrs. Elizabeth Burch. Mls3 Gertha Hall has returned homo after spending' several days with friends at Bladensburg. Ml t 1 ! ! T t l T 1 Ti i 1 T 4. BLADENSBURG. 4. Tho school will give an entert...

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. — 16 December 1910

yimmmmWhTiir mTmAimMmiHikUk mt iWiiVwftiB l IMtflfcWrtiWif WJW iUftlAWM rrV nwmMitrlauMfilirtW tltUr -- wt Mq'yrr- JAi &," i i k I I ! I' r, i 4 i PAK SIX llimnniimiiwui 'h "b ! 1 I '!' 4 4 i4 4" i ! "J 4 FIttiDKIUUKTOWN j 'h 'h "i 'h 'b'i" '"i ! 4 4 1 Mlsa Mary and Miss Go trudo Hpraguo visited their unclo and aunt, r. ana airs. JRSvn Bpmsnu, Bloomfleld tho past wcolc. Mr. Thomas James htld a valunblo yearling colt dlo for him last wook. Also a horso belonging to Mr. John Trcaso, valued at $270, died vory sud denly. "- Mr. and Mrs. Estcy Wligus ol Co lumbuH.Mrs. Qua Cameron of Mans field, Mrs. Charles Llndloy of Toledo, Mr. Chant McNnc and daughters and', l.tr. Mont Held of Columbus, nnd Mf . I crcktown Methodist church will hold and Mrs. Fred McNaro wcro palled , ,t8 (,uarterly mcetnE on Monday, Jan hero last week by tho death of Mr. uary 2nj, 7aaac McNnro. Dr and Mr8 Jt n. Norrlck enter- Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. McNnughton of tancd Mr and Mr8 Albert Schwuitzor I'lcnsanivuio visiica...

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. — 16 December 1910

i,''WW(BPIVW) V w "V i r &.SMKL li in " iiii.'iiVi'ir..i!lLl j nil. . ;.-'7w"wiH -S-SL-uwr . , V wmvvwrAV xjrx.JLTOjU4' iilKI Is. Taken Away From Bnggcr People At Wooster Was Enticed From Her Home Near IJnytnn By Glowinq Account Of Life On Road (Woostor News) A slip of a girl, who don't look a day over fourteen, but who claims to bo older, has been In Wooster for sev eral days with a party of persons camping near Lako Talbot. Tho wo men In tho party, shabbily dressed and very dirty, havo been begging In Wooster during this time A. J. Shanklln, proprietor of tho East Liberty street second hand Btoro. saw tho woman Monday In company with tho girl, and learned that thoy called her tho daughter of tho older lady. Mr. Shanklln had como across tho people several years ago and knows them quite well. He was certain the girl woo not their daughter. Lato Monday he learned that tho girl had been ent'eed away from a homo at Dayton, tbo women telling her that bogging was a very profitable bu...

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. — 16 December 1910

'''SfliJia'.Mffi ,-. ...Mf JU- umJMUiu -jt jmpmtw uw THfJP 1ff" WPWI"W " rL IfitflMVfWW', rf--y- ---r '- -w & J Jrj 7 K r. .t , ii .1. IMPALED lln A Slioft Vhlcli Penetrat ed His Eye Nine Year Old Boy iloribly Injured At Homer lad Ran Out Of A Schoolyard Into A Buggy And The Shaft Entered Head, Bursting Eyeball .'Efforts Of Two Men Reqnlr- ' ed To Pull Shaft Out Newark, 0 Dec. 115 Ono of the most shocking accidents that bus oc curred In theso parts In a long wh'Ie, and one which may result fatally, hap pened near Homer lato Tuesday af ternoon, when Joa Adams, a nine-year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Adams, well-to-do people living In that section rnn out of the school yard, nnd collided with a horso and buggy Which happened to bo passing. The end of the shaft of tho buggy struck the lad In tho right eye with such Torco that it entered Into tho lad's to cad bursting tho eye ball, which ex ploded like a snap of a pistol. The Bhnft was held so fast, that It re quired tho efforts ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 December 1910

. "t n , 71 y m " i e FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PASK HH V v- DETAILS Of The Mysterious Death Of Joseph Duller Formerly Of Tills City Which Occurred At Lima The Inquest Held In That City Monday Morning But The Finding Is To Be Given Out Later What A Lima Paper Says About The Affair Tho Lima, O., Times-Democrat of Monday has tho following details of tho myBtorlous death of Joseph But ler, formerly of Mt. Vernon: Mrs. Donaldson's rooming house at 401 east Market street was tho scene of a terrlhlo tragedy about 11:30 Sat-1 gun and vowing to kill her at onco. Vornon, whor) ho had boon employed In a handlo factory. Ho formorly worked hero, his last position being at I'lummur and Motzgors livery stable, alio was rather Inclined to bollovo Mrs, Ilutlor'u story, which Is given bolow. Mrs. tlullcr Bays sho married Dutlor In Chlllicolho somo thirteen years ago, hut has not been living with him for somo tlmo past. Slio lias been married boforo, having chlldron In Co lumbus...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 December 1910

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