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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 December 1910

ir FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE ELEVEN MjrjuimMr Wll WJ IIWlWHIBIWtlTWIWiaWllllW f r W'f-nut -1 i m J4 UNANIMOUS Call Is Extended To Br. David Francis SAs Pastor Of The Vine Street Church Of Christ Act'on Taken Vy The Con gregation On Sunday At a meeting of the membership of tho Vino Streot Church of Christ hold Immediately after tho morning services last Sunday, an unanimous .call was oxtended to Dr. David Fran cis, whoso term of service terminates on January 1. A fow months ago tho services of Dr. Francis wero secured temporarily, at that tlmo Dr. Francis, on account of business relations, not fccl'ng war ranted, In accepting a permanent call, fho work of Dr. Francis has been eminently satisfactory, both as DR. DAVID FRANCIS Unanimously Called as Pastor of Vine Street Church of Christ preacher and pastor, and tho deslra has been genorally expressed by mem bers of tho congregation that ho bo secured as the regular minister of tho church. In pursuanco of this...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 December 1910

.1 mm i)iiiinitijrrin-iir1riTiTiii-TirriHfr'fif iit.iimimaJMjaiitiirwD IllWIJHWiMWi .MMPW'WllfflMTjin ? PAGE TWELVE THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1010 j jjiiy mam iinnmiTtiHiiwi wt' - "" i !i' . v i .M ft.'4 'lV . i t It! n. & hi i si l i IS i: ', Pi ' ' r.ij " i ; DANGER S Which Arise From Christmas Decorations Explained By Fire Marshal In A Bulletin ind Some Words Of Warning To "Hie Wise" REPORT Of The Schools In Harrison Township $30,000 Statue In Honor of General Oglethorpe In Savannah, Ga. Columbus, O., Dec. 13 8tnto FIro Marshal Zubcr 1ms Issued a tlmoly bulletin on 'Christinas Dangors' aa follows: Then) aro at IcaBt two classes of people who, by reason of tholr cm jrtoyment, view tlio approach of Chrlstmastldo with moro or less ap prehension. Ilcfcrcnco is had to tho members of tho various 11 ro depart ments nnd tho state flro marshal's forco. For, desplto repeated warnlngB from tho various authorities of tho Hangers of flro In connection with tho Cccoratlons...

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. — 20 December 1910

'. ii Utltt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20,' 1910 No. 101 ESTABLISHED 1836 m&txtftiv mm mt MU ix T C ADTOOII AlfE OIMIfG Lill I iliil nliij illlillii .WA K1K I 1 sJF J A. XAmaUi JfSLx n E&Ur ISLAND IN LAGOON Men , Women And Following The Expect Deaf!) List to Reach 170. . SALVADORE IS SHAKEN Only a Few Escape In Boats t to Mainland. HELP DENIED STRICKEN PEOPLE Boatmen Turn Deaf Ears to Plead ing of Refugees to Go After Relatives-Land Disappears as Heavy Shock Makes the Earth L Tremble. Now Orloaiis, Dec. 19. Dispatches from Port Liliion, Costa Rica, stato that at least 70 families, variously estimated at from 150 to 170 men, women and children, wero drowned following the sinking of their island home. The island in tho center of the Ilopango lagoon, In Salvadore, disap peared and slid into the donthB of the lagoon, carrying with it nearly All of the inhabitants. ' The sinking of the island Is said to havo followed a series of earth Quako shocks which wer...

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. — 20 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 20 December 1910

-- j.y. .r..f -n.) fmm njpnipinDijmii,! TUESDAY, OECEMBEH 20, 1910 THX DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THJ1E L iB&p christmasI 1 Who's Who I It 9A - . Edition Be Lax, m i H Wlno Like to Receive Gifts ft X ICoprrtsht lxiu. by Atnorlcrn Press ,MiMyWiV f'L- '?A GHANDPA-Dorn lonl time f JFJ1 V ' 'A ' ,; , . nflo but 8ti11 taU un Interest fwy - Jfwmf i PZf$&n $0j$$0- fcr somcthint? else this year. "'? -. -ST t!$ ' J)M$$$M M0M$ maybe a meerschaum pipe. "" 4' ; pffiC. ! fttfSl SlSlS GR-ANDMA-Born few years KSi lMi'"'MlH n.ldbly youni.r. AI- fe UMPtPH &JffiuNSBM rdy has on hand lartfe stock bCKI3d 4 ;V1 nRllI JglrliSH of boulder shawls received hfMW0$$kMv ' iJK Ef i ! SH "l Chrl5tmas- Fancl" Chan tl4fii; ' fflKfflH PAPA-Bornlonnenouflhatfoto fe&Sr i JHHPre' lllilM have actiulred the nb,1,ty to bh&ww- i Hhk. TO H judtfe clfnrs by natural selec- J lyr AWfeffV HBwf lliipSSBI tlon; hence prefers to buy his GttMHNv'IAgs$& WtibiifflEffl&lFK&tRw MAMMA-Doe,n,t tel1 hcr a k tK...

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. — 20 December 1910

ummfpKi)Mhim'mminWmmp mmMmmmiWtmmmmmmmn mn ttm.mMmv tWMUWgMMMWIfPJIIBHMMIW w1f'' iMjgsaarsqa f A8E I-OUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1010 H . .-.... .j- -.... -..... ihi.iit.(,.i.j.iii,iTI'.Ui in ...Hi iiiiii i ii ummitmm g,t-f JUIWI Wf ,IWI MWMItlWIIK WWi II MILIUM IIMIHillllfUHBIH L ..! N..II.-,,.... i - - --- EMfawMWitasiMMMi ituMwwiiiwi'firrT?gTrrai: ,r: , , mm - .-fm' mtlimlmt,ilmwmmtll,-miltvm,MtMt,akl,t ii in ii n nn rr-"r ' " " " nMMMWiiiMiMiiiwjmi It I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor loxxxl"Wool3cJL,y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE 'g-1, ' " ' Subscription Unto $1.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, 0., post offico an second class mall mattor. Ml II I Mi At Y, HI. C, , Sunday The Oest (if The Season Men's Sunday Club Elects Oificers For Year been going on on the Association al leys Tor a number of weeks. Thoro havo been threo teams rolling In tho series. Mullln and Shcedy liavo been tho fortunate men. All along thcro havo been somo good scores, but the final ...

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. — 20 December 1910

-mimiii,-m-il,'uwAu4(tAHtimA TUEflDAY, OEcStoBER 20, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER AdK riv R ! t ! ! r H i r tr r I IHItTllb .J. 1 .. ', .. .J ,j .J. .. j. ,. ,j, ,j, j. Bom, Hundny morning to Mr. and Mrs, Dascom Llttlo of 7711 Kuclld av muo, Clovoland, a bou, Uascom Mt 41o Jr. Tho parents aro well known In Mt. Vernon. o A dnughtcr woa born Sunday morn ing to Dr.ynnd Mrs. J. Carloton Roll or Rrooklyn, N. Y. Dr. Uoll Is tho son of Mrs. E. W. noil. North Main Btroot. OUR 57eR CENT Certificates of Deposit are tho 8afcat nnd most Desirable Investments Tho Buckeye 8tate Building and Loan Company, Rankin Building, 22 West Gay street, Columbus Ohio. 1. Safety, Theso certificates aro secured by first mortgages on Colum bus homes, amounting in valud to bov cnteon mllllou dollars. Homo loans aro tho safest of all mortgage loans, Our appraisers are very careful. Such securities afford absoluto protection to our depositors. Our ossots over 44.3UO.000. (Seo second reason next week) "i ! f ! f 4" i ...

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. — 20 December 1910

ifchfMirtWa ft&etmKaattvaiswftMamiti SSlEBtSESS iiU'--.wiTiJ)iri-ini-- ---iii-firnrr--ni i f mwwwiWHiw itiawMpMHtUMWnP11 winmw ffl ME MUWMMtoMNin "W?winiigaiite EMAMAHwnJBKKHBMWI'l lPt,;it -r2! ww.-wytt afcteK3f X.,,-., Rhw i PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1910 wmmwkimvuuiu.nmwcrMntMm.nim mwr wibm t Mi jwnii-i ftJta?fwttWiiiinniafaHtiA "iiijraaitftsa ;-t'JlUM"""w-"B,W"frwrfrFfffFrWMM . ? Y : i " I .'i 1 f 1 HEED OF GREAT CONFIDENCE IN THE PROMISES OF GOO Light Should Not Ee Hidden, but Always Exposed. Howard Will Bo a Position In tho Mediatorial Kingdom to Do Sat Up In tho World Shortly. Hartford, Conn., Dec. ia-1'nHtor Russell of Brook lynTnberunelo was hero today. n& addressed largo audloncos In tho Opera House, lie had excellent at tention. Wo re port oiio of his discourses from tho following text: "Cast not away thorcforo your cou nilence. which liatfi great recompense cf reward." Hebrews x, 35. Our English word confidence In n uyn- onym for fnlth. ...

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. — 20 December 1910

trsewtarariu'?a TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER CAOE 8EVBT iff f l I- i i r iA5TA C.LMJS, JKAi. mmh te;4T?wBi!Sii ft'VSfywiK.'a mmw-W,'i-;3 . v n-" i'i iimsk -A LL his And So he called "Come, bring . .ifsBuS.. wm. t. mv'v; JSVI W?". ...t & ' .., rriwv i sci . . . fi"-?Js'"s'.5 "" AsaSB&s-v. DOOR UNCLE SAM'S CHRISTMAS. By RODERTU8 LOVE. COopyright, 1510. by American Prcaa Auo ciation.) OUR UNCLE. SAM, that busy .wight Whose duties never let him pause, Appeared on Christmas ere, bedigbt In merry garb oi Santa Claus. "Nowmustl haste," cried Uncle Sam, . "Lest I forget some chick or child Of mine, his stock. ings full, to. cram, , From out my pack with treasures piled." Then swift through fortyseven states, And territoriet three or four, OWHT TIIIIOUQII FOB-TV-BEVBN BTATE8. He scooted) leaving sleds and skates And folderols at every door, lip X;.?uff mmN&m t w y kj . i , 4u q$Hi mssmj immjMm;:ijc,, .. ..j 2 if-iv. i rr:.'vi.it'jr2.flBrK'ii s i e A&iiyvA ...

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. — 20 December 1910

PAGE EIGHT ! LI THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, DECEMDER 20, 1910 3? lit PRINCE OF WALES Ordered by Father to Tour British Empire. CUPID Snares Fortv liolv Rollers In Oneway SPRING OLD CANAL SCHEME Pittsburg Gathering Indorses Lake- to-River Deep Waterway. Pittsburg, Deo. 19. Moro than 200 Sromlnont man from eastern Ohio, northern West Virginia nml woBtorn Pennsylvania attended a mooting called by Mayor William A. Mageo at tho Pittsburg chumhur of com aaerce, to discus the project of a 4cop -wator canal connecting Lake Erlo with the Ohio river httro. En thuslasm woMr expressed by every delognto and It was the oto of the) mooting that the plan' was not only Soaslhlo, but that the $50,000,000 coat eoud bo met. Plans for tho eauBO feave already been drawn, pointing wit that by draining tho Beaver rlvor considerable portion of tho dinar might easily be constructed, Tho Ittko terminal would bo at Ashtabula Harbor, O. Short Feeding Poor Policy. If there In not enough feed on the gtlucc to ...

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. — 23 December 1910

T fffffWW-fW t"r fTiyyff Ti!yiSI?f'VlW-'rr "wii "ffTf ' ' -!I"I-n(H'jflT!lf-WI"""7"'WI 'T'Vfl!RW,1(,''.J,'rl$"vl!!5r'' tmt tmttmm vatx IP ill I ' '& O'nii 'ft we V ,? tSB I ' '"I 1 a: MjIeoe two cents MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910 No. 102 ESTABLISHED 1836 ' J I AIL TH E SECTIONS Shown By Explorations Oi Entrances Oi The Pretoria Pit ABAIDON HOPE FOR 340 MEN E in En glish Mine. DOE TO GAS EXPLOSION fire Quickly Turns Staff Into Seedling Furnace, ASSISTANT MANAGER KILLED filters WreckedWorkings Without Gas Helmet and Is Asphyxiated By Foul Gases Women At tempt to Enter Shaft In Search For Loved Ones. Iorvlon, Dec. 22. Accompanied by .alr-helmot parties, a government In- epector oxplorod the entrances to five sections of tho Pretoria pit, "Whoro 340 miners were entombed by en explosion, and found that all of these sections had been swept by ftro. The bodies seen had evidently tooon subjected to a terrific force. fiomo of tho dead had been burned end others suffocated. T...

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. — 23 December 1910

ttdtHunt0ttMitiinnthriiMVMMUtMlliHtUMMtitMtu mnMmemtmamMwmmtommmimk ttMnmmmmiKu iaiwKwtiuiW)Wj!W.WWWl!BHtTlBMinni ESB! ',AE5BSS3 asjiigia ',?;!' 1 i 7'j!iiMiv'Vff'''i"''''',,'ly.yi'''' 'w '''" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910 PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER r "t toe(- EXHER AT 11 BOARD BOOSTS CANAL SYSTEM Mamas Legislature For Present Deplorable Condition, Mexico a Country Filled With Small Eating Booths For Unsuspecting io The Public: v t . i A an I :! - I CAN BE MADE SELF-SUSTAINING Members of Board of Public Works In Annual Report to Governor Rap at Chief .Engineer James R. Marker For Failure to Make Report as Re quired by Law Urge Necessity For Increasing Compensation of All Public Works Employes. Columbus, O., Dec. 21. The state fco&xd of public works, In Its annual export to Governor Harmon, took oc casion to resent criticisms board 4urlng tbo recent gubernatorial cam paign. It stated that former general Uitembllcs rather than the board trero responsible for the deplorable tetato ...

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. — 23 December 1910

I mmMfam., Hr' ewkiomhm iummwwi P im H Wiyfi ri- FRIDAY, DECEMOEft 23, 1910 W THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THRM X M , SEARCHING A Wife Is Joseph Walk er Of Sunbury And Proceeds To Set forth His Qualifications Successful Applicant Must lie About 30 Years Domestic And Frugal And Beauty Does Not Count Some Other Interesting Notes Are Given Sunbury, Ohio, December 21 Jos eph Walker, forty-one, a well known farmer, who HveB near Sun bury, wants a wife to share with him the now homo which ho bus just built on his farm. Mr. Walker has Just returned from a pleasure trip through the West and Northwest, taken while his now house was being built. Now that ho Is ready to settle down to cultivating his farm, ho wants a wife. Mr. Walker Is forty-ono jears old, Is six feet In height, weight 1G0 lbs., Is of slender stature, and has sandy hair and mustache. Ho has been a 'farmer all his life. "I have never been married, but slnglo life on the farm Is a little different from bachelor llfo in the city,"...

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. — 23 December 1910

...... . ...u . . ....Ji , M , II., Mfc' - mJ-'t-MMM W"" j fl tmmiwmmimmmmiiMntimmtmmmiiiumimi w.iiiMTririxnirntfiWwaimiitM yMMfflfWtroWWiiW h i,',! iM(rtWWKWW, Tmmmwmmmstmm&mimmwutd mmaammss Ct'WII1 H ' ' HM,WfV ' 'HP JLJJ.1 wwwiWMuwt KitecMfrimmv aWBywyjWjwjpfywiiwwftBhyift m m wjjwuwy iu wmimwhw "Hi" ''ufr1 y " www .,.., ...wtwiitnwrtriWaWWCWW'! ii'ii.miiwiiiiiUfflP1 ' "i nnwwMiIWl!MIIIC" HHffl1WlfUWWHl Wi qWPtUfffWlX WWWl WW -i r 'w,f,5Jj(Tt,firvT"T"i!WiT JTHE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 181 AGE POUR ! fcl MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor omJ-:VI7ooltly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate fl.M per year. Entered at tlio Mt. Vornon, 0., post otTlco ns Bccond class uJi.ll matter. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Tho next Issue of tho The- Bannor will bo circulated Wednesday morn ing. This by reason of tho fact that no work will bo dono In tho ofllco on Monday on account of holiday. SHORT LOCALS Butter 28c; eggs 38c. Mr. Arthur Shuo of Clovoland spent Wednesday In this ci...

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. — 23 December 1910

ft t m?fti t. 'm atttmitrnm FRIDAY, DECEMDER ?3, 1910 THE DEMOORATIO BANNER PAtE m 0 V 1 DEATH Claims George W. Bulin After A Long Illness Summons Came At 11:30 O'clock Thursday Morning A Prominent Business Man And A Contractor In Mt. Verpon For A Period 0! Many Years Served In The City Council For Seven Years Georgo W. Bunn, for many years ono of Mt. Vernon's prominent bus iness men, died at 11:30 o'clock Thursday morning at his residence on North Clinton street. Mr. Bunn's death was due to paralysis and his Illness was of long duration. In June 1004, he sustained the first stroko of paralysis which effected his left side, but after a fow weeks was ablo to look after his business Interests. How ever, after the second stroke he was compelled to glvo up work and had been confined to his homo most of the time ever since. During the past lew weeks ho had been bedfast. The deceased was born In the city of Mt. Vernon on July 7, 1830, and had ho lived until next July he would havo been 72...

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. — 23 December 1910

u'liwrn "33 w8Mia mMmmmm iwm" -- r .-mi i MniinniiiiMinww i i if yrr .- - -. ' .- .. .--.... . . ..u.-.m.imi.-jJJ.I.I.llJj, r . i naiiini ftMnia M i OT mnifriHinWlflMIIIIMI MI MMUMiMt Mil !! IWIIil --- ,rit-rA.Ii.J ,IWWRJRWIUWMIPJIWUW1 H '!" 'ii il niwwiiniiH pi iiiii i imp iinpiiiiiMllllillll II iiwil IIPHIiUP'WW IMIWHMiiiiii 1 11 i ifl.rff "-"lWl V -.---., - f -. ,r-7 , . . .p.,...,.,,, PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMDER 23, 13 iiiiiiiitiWllWniTi'J'' if TOTTnfft F LEAPED From A C, A. & C. Passenger Train And Instantly Killed Mrs. Stanley Hcrron Board ed The Train At Danville But Was Missing Wlien Train Readied Miilersburg , Found fter Midniflii) Near drink Haven Deceased Has Relatives 'Re siding in Mt. Vernon Brink Haven, 0., Dec. 20 The body of Mrs. Mnnlcy Herron of Mlllersburrj was found tying along tho tracks of the Cleveland, Akron and Columbus railroad shortly aftor midnight this morning a few miles cast of this place. The woman either Jumped or fell from pas...

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. — 23 December 1910

'"""ii'y'''"- . u, t"'j-' '-f - yF!5F "'Ki." t f f, ,, !,,). mr.Mfc.MWHiM irt'jiiiH fy.i.i .ipwipj. i tV'WV.rK FRIDAY DECEMBER 23, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8KVEW Mfc .." I .i 4 1 ,1 I f p SOLICITATION Of Sale Of Liquor In "Dry" County Either By Letter Or By Other Methods Is '.Unlawful Is Holding Of Supreme Court Columbus, O., Dee. 20 In the case of the State of Ohio against W. H. Hayner, charged with a violation of the Rose county option law for the soliciting of orders for the sale of li quor by letter- In Knox county, O., the judgment of the lower courts was sus tained today by the supreme court. In the lower court .Hayner was found guilty of a violation of the law, the holding being that It Is unlawful to solicit orders for the selling of liquor by letter or otherwise In "dry" terri tory, and the supreme court sustained this finding. Hayner Is a distiller at Dayton. In another liquor case, the State of Ohio against Walter Schean, taken up from Tuscarawas county, the su pre...

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. — 23 December 1910

wftf' r,tt?,n!i''3tsr?3 igmKCRfsmxiRci jevwsiiHrtreraHB ,.a-MT.trnMrffT1rf J 1 tAE EIGHT THE DtfiVTnnT? A TTO rawnt'.h FRIdXV, DECEMBER 23, 1010 l it ! f I NEW HOPS To Be Erected By B. & 0. ' Railroad AY Newark Ah Expenditure Of $2,000, 000 In Improvements Baltimore, Mil., Dec. 22 Officials of tlio Daltlraoro and Ohio Railroad feavo about decided to locato tho now repair shops which tho road will build in tho West at Newark, O. It 1b zaoro thnn likely that construction "work on the new shops will bo start ed Bomo tlmo in tho spring. The im provement will cost in tho neighbor hood of $2,000,000, including the pur---11080 of machinery. Tho additional shops will bo utiliz ed In making repairs to both cars and locomotives on tho Western divisions of tho Daltlmoro and Ohio. Thore was somo talk of selecting Columbus, O., m a slto for tho now shops, but after looking carefully over tho ground it was thought best to locato thorn at Newark. ? ? ? ? t J tj 99 J. E8TO . . J J tfa Mr. Knox ...

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. — 27 December 1910

tmmtli&lmwmzt k n. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1910 No. 103 ESTABLISHED 1836 s CRIME RAMPANT IN STATE OF OHIO Several Horrible Murders Occur During The Christmas Season Lancaster Cirl Shot ly Suitor. SUICIDE ENDS TRAGEDY Weliston Man, in Jealcus Fit, Fatally Stabs Wife. IS KILLED BY POLICEMAN Columbus Loses Italian Resident During Feud Fight In Saloon. Kentucky Reports Ten Killed or Fatally Wounded Georgia Holds Up Her End. l Lanc.iEt.or, O., Dec. 27. Oscar Em ler, a Cleveland chain worker, shot and fatally wounded Miss. Emma Deeds, 27, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deeds, wham ho had not seen tor two years. Jealousy prompted the deed. When he was surrounded b a po lice squad, Emler calmly pulled the revolver with which ho had shot his weethcart, and which he had re loaded after leaving her, and shot klmselfi In the head, dying Instantly. Emler, who during- an altercation with another man over the girl two years ago was badly cut, left Lancas ter after ...

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. — 27 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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