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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 December 1910

-tJHMMJ r-T - 1 TUEODAY, DECEMBER 27, 1910 THE DEMOORATIO BANNER PAM TMRM a 4 in is k Y P 1 y rap In Traffic In New York On Account Of Snow And Most Everyone Is Using The Subway Now i i Gounthss Loving Couples In The Metropolis i-i t Will Now Patronize The New Gretna Green Other Topic Of Interest From New York City Now York, Deo. 24 Although mo recent snowstorm did not amount to much, It caused considerable) trou ble nd delay In the enormous traf fic of tho surfaco lines throughout tho city. Never aro tho BUbway lines moro thoroughly appreciated than aft er a heavy Bnowfall, which always has a tendency moro or less to de moralize) tho surface lines of trans portation. Such tie-ups are tho most powerful argument In favor of under ground traffic lines, which aro prac tically uninfluenced by weather con ditions. In view of that fact tho an nouncement that there is a good pros pect for tho extension of tho Inter "borough subway system by a branch lino connecting Times Squaro with tho ne...

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. — 27 December 1910

l4b imm9mtK3pmmvtuai mmiMUfc ii r ryiKl rirwiWU tinti.-ii i nnF n mimmm'mu mm u m i irL'Mmwmmim.iHii,3m affiwaPBBBMMWi -AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1010 uMMJI iLillMIIIWIMJlilllMniBllillllfrililiiilllliiiiliii Winn I1 PHWWPWITTrnrT ir riiTiiirni mn Tini 1 1 1 1 111 jjiwiwiiMto awnnMMBwa0BWagwMMMiiuiiijaaMwwcwBowMiiMMWiWi ' I?- I tJBST7 r n ' . I1! Pu f m II fc Wft I ; T ill ; ill ill1 ; MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Somi-",DV7,ools.lT 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato $1.60 per year. Entered nt tho Mt. Vornon, O., pout--omco ns second class mall matter. "LIFE" YOUNG'S IGNORANCE Tho following editorial In tho Pitts burg Post, Decembor 20, concerning tho lato Hon. Frank Hurd will bo of much interest to Mt. Vornon poopfo, Tho editorial Is ootltlod, "Lafo Young's Ignorance" About tho only merit tho atandpat Bpeech of tho brief senator from Iowa, ""Lafo" Young, possesses la that It docs not occupy much space- In that willing victim of Imposition, tho ...

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. — 27 December 1910

TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 27, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER park mrft K. H, C. A. UUitfNETT SCHOOL MX UP BUSINESS MANliE r v ' , The Scene Of Much Activity On Monday I Amusements Of All Kind During The Oay A Large Number Participate In The Events Monday at the association was in teresting and full ot Ufa from early morning till iato in the evening. Tho CadoU started tho holiday with a can r dy and nut hunt Tho Juniors had eovoral contests of basket ball and other games in tho gymnasium. At tLfeo o'clock tho Intermediates pulled off a lively game of basket ball and at (our teams from tho Cooper shop and Bridgo works contested for honors In indoor baseball. In tho ovening tho business men cloaned up for the young men In a gamo of volley ball, winning in both games, to tho score of 21 to 7 and 21 to 8. Tho young mon will havo to got a lino on tho gamo if they hope- to . down theso older stars. This contest was followed by an ex ceedingly lively gamo of basket ball botweon teams from tho Baptist 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. — 27 December 1910

iMwmwmiwunJ'"l)Ww''"JW'l'"in' j ftWMMMWHtt-aMW. iimhh liimirWw 'Ti VTIVUnTi P wmMimmwwmwwwmimwtiwmiKi!Wi W,lVllWlltli"M(i!j llt''itll11jiiiiTiaa(aiiWiyW i) tx THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1010 , - r . L . "i"3Bfc - i i MMimliMirflirtlilrriifcftMi1H1TIII1wn,BiiiiniiilTttril1ftffMfffffWW mil, lti I' "" ii'wM !'-' . i imtiJMinniiUfMiHtaiiffcBW JlilHIfMtWltiTl IMIHiIIMlMil. ..I fcn.iMt.iiiMii tfWOTJMWlMiM'W-M'tlWP!" .i ' i; a L- . .1 P u '-; 1.5. lr. EV $Mtyw L? .H GOOD TIDINGS OF JOY WHICH SHALL 6E TO ALL When Will Come the Long-Promised Peace? And When tho Good Will to Men? Na- tlons Still Making Unprecedented Preparations For War. CHATTANOO GA. Tcnm, JDoc., 25th. Pastor luia sol) of. Brooklyn Tubpniaclp. preach cu uerp touny in tho,, afternoon oa Tlin flrnul ITprn. I nflcr" and In tho ! ormed, to be peacemakers, to be uep foionoon from tho ' crs t0 "follow peace with all men and toxt'Ufelow quoted i holiness, without which no man shall Qui bfltli occasions, BC0 lho Lon...

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. — 27 December 1910

)W TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SKVKtt pnfwr"- T-'-p-'v"'"" yyywiy nyroiT''-TwwHiWl"f' ' "-"1, "" t si . & H0PL1FTER ' 'At f. .!. inj ti i .tit 11 n. ; m iuuuii. "..hihk.mi.ju ai iji y Goods Store Where She Had Stolen A $2.50 Hat Pin I ! .If C I Taken Into Custody By The Deputy Sheriff LH Store Man Agrees Not To h - PrnsRnntfi Hrp P If She Does Not Enter His Store Again A shoplifter was caught "red-hand-cd" at ono of tho local dry goods stores Thursday evening. At this season of tho year when tho stores ore filled with Christmas shoppers, thero Id always considerable pilfering going on, the articles, in most cases, being small, hut sometimes valuable. For a year or more a certain wo man has been under suspicion as a shoplifter, but until now nothing def inlto could be fastened on her. Her reputation, however, as a pilferer weni out amopg business houses of Mt, Vernon and during her vhlts to ntorps during tho ruEh of tho past few weeks she has been kept u...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 December 1910

W B , u.LMi'' il ttfmmiZiwuhmmimmmt wAummidMX&m T i.'nu-j'.ii- W.WU H'lt'fifrjE ii ,. st-r- ;'-gagaBgaig Kfflm!rIWIWrfcW WWTW'TOWM--- (,M kmmiM)K"" J,25 4PWfi -'.R. Is- WF miMMMrJlMl3WWIIWW rr X p r A ,AE EIGHT V- - THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, DECEMDER 27, 1918 R ii.,i v t A 'l T EDMUND LAMY Champion Skater Adds New Record to List. LAMY BREAKS RECORD Hew York Skater Does 220-Yard Dash In 17 2-5 8econds. Baranac Lako, N. Y Doc. 27. Tho world's skating record of 19 4-5 sec onds for tho 220-yard dash, which baa been held by Lcroy Seo slnco 1000, was broken by Edmund htuay, "Who, paced by his brother Ernest, tild tho furlong In 17 2-G seconds. Tho attempt against tho record was tnado on tho Poutlac rink track, Which Is soven tans to tho tnllo. - A Loulsana Judgo In fining a man ?)00 for kissing a widow, told him bo ought to hnvo known bottor. And hot tho widow Is wondorlng what to meant. ' SHORT LOCALS Quttor 28c; oggs 38c, Mr. Walter Pitkin of McCormlck's emlnnry, Chicago, HI., ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 December 1910

t) rvi.. mmtt r-r J3. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910 No. 104 ESTABLISHED 1836 GOX DERIDES IDEA OF RESURRECTION .J,.V.''flw Vivien Gould to Starry Lord Decies, 26 Years Her Senior . .. : iz i'-HTi wmsfi ntmmxmitM WOMAN RARTFRS UTILITIES BILL PASSED UPON r'i ii imiii ii i mw i urn i uiiii rui r' is , 8 I 'i HER SON'S VOTE Both Appea County Grand Jury Confesses That He Sold Suffrage Three Times At One Election-Played Candidates As Side Issue-Judge Hastens Matters By Promise Of Leniency To Those Who Make Voluntary Confessions-fines May Build New Temple Of Justice Manchester, O., Dec. 29. Two un cuMial featureo develored at the sea Blon ol tho special grand Jury that is investigating tho buying and selling of rotes In Adaina, county. One was (hat ol a woman's soiling of her sou's TOto nnd tho other concerned a voter -who yem bought In threo dllleront ways. Tho yonicn who Is thus accused Is a widow -who lives at Peebles. Sho ia accused of hnvlng accepted $5 for ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 December 1910

- trtifn'vAr' 1!i "Tit-iii nnvii i mwPfmwmmm)iU0mitmmmim)immmm'(i mme rwo THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910 .. TWO COLUMSUS ML BURNED Oeiumtona, o., Dec. 28. Myrtle '"Abbots, 4, and heir sister Murgarot, 2, Tirero burned to a crlBp In their home, twhero they had boon left alono by ttielr mother, Kirs. William Sheets, While sho mado a trip to a nearby grocery. Investigation by tho Ilro depart flaacnt, tho polico nnd Coroner Hanes Beads to the conclusion that one of tfc children, during the absence of too mother, played with tho lire in htJ kitchen range. Tho door of tho iraiigo was found open. It Is thought hat tho flames enveloped tho cloth tog it ono, tho other instinctively rled to save her, and both lost their Mrce. Four Children Burn to Death. OEdonBburg, N. Y., Dec. 28. At "Warwick, tho four young children of Ovldo Barit wore burned to death fol lowing an explosion of an acetylene TEN BANKS OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE Now York, Dec. 28. Joseph O. Ztobfri, formerly Bobln...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 December 1910

"itl M pFRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THPWB ') i M m tyi1 INJURIES FATAL THOIOMAN Wm. Coleman Dies from Injuries Received In Coasting Accident iktto Occurred In Acq ilemiQ Tuesday Night Wlicn Sled Crashed Into Hitching Post Four Persons On The Sled Received Injuries All Were Students Of The Mi, Vernon College KILLED William Coleman. INJURED . George Brasslngtoti, right leg bruis ed and sprained. v Howard Donnelly, forehead and face badly cut. k Elizabeth Herr, right ankle sprain-od.- Josephine Smith, bruised about the head and face. ' As a result of Injuries received In a boasting accident on the Wooster rpad, north of the city Tuesday even iltlOHiySr.Dclocfe, William Coleman, ag aft. j'8g, ,:f ormerly a senior at Mt. Ver rionColleao, died at the.Mt. Vernon Medical and 8urglcal Sanitarium at 9:45 o'clock tho same evening. His death was due to Internal Injuries. Coleman, with a party of compan ions, bad been spending the latter part of Tuesday afternoon In coas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 December 1910

-,, - rfcr-. , - M i iiiitifaiiiiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitruiidiiiiwiiii-iiraKiiiniiwiiiwuiiiii'i'irirffrni'T "" ""1M 1IBJT. JI'IITT"" 1 T "' -'--f" "' rwMtMtaWibtt y,tWifjajlJiwii'JlBWmJ'.flMt'l'M'1 mmmmwmvmM(Mtimm (IjflMrwwWWSBWWiHwS--' ..nt.lntiinll'iUOl"1' ' ( AGK JOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1810 MaNwWaMJMtMMMg ... !WIWMMMMaiMHMMmTTT.. -- - -- i ft iigffiil taiamimMmaimimTWSBLmmmmKmMmmmmmQMimmmmmmmmm&mmnnmmmmmMammwammmmimmmmmmmmBmiHmmmmixnamnMKiw f) O J K ' Bimi? U 1 6ft N' M MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor omi-W oolK.ly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription nnte fl.GO per year. Entered nt tho Mt. Vornon, 0., post ofllco no second class mall maUor, Notice to subscribers Tho next Issuo of tho Th6 Banner will bo clrculalod Wednesday morn4 (ng. This by reason of tho fact that no work will bo dono In tho btllco on Monday on nccount of holiday. WHITE klBBON! COLUMN Edited by Mrs. Vhos. Weir Motto Hero wo aro again for good chocr, health aml'hhpnlilosfl, Merry Ch...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 30 December 1910

- y " FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER pae ptvii I Hi BETUKNS To That "Dear Old Newark" Does "Hub" Atlierlon Who Was Mayor At The lime Of The Lynching Has Been In California For Several Months Out May Take Up Residence In Newark Again Talks About His Stay In The Golden West (Nowark Advocato) "No, I didn't run away, had no in tontion of doing so, nor havo I now, tho opinions of somo Nowark peoplo and the printed Insinuation of at least ono person, to tho contrary not withstanding," wero tho words of ex Mayor Herbert Atherton as ho shook hands with an Advocato repoitor on Wednesday morning on West Main street In a fow minutes tho ex-chief ex ecutive was kept busy shaking hands with his many friends and acquain tances who passed tho llttlo group on the sidewalk. Continuing, ox-Mayor Atherton said: "I left Nowark, Ohio, about five months ago for Los Angles, Cal., to visit my wife and daughter, and had made no definite- arrangements for tho futuro ,and did not know myself ...

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. — 30 December 1910

E3S2IS M ' ; rJ VkE six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMDER 30. 1010 Oy. m if - . Sfi . .f i CORD OF f rriie Events of the World In Paragraphs. AVIATION ACHIEVEMENTS. I A Summary of Affix I hi nt Homo And 1 .Abroad Sllscolliincoiia ilnppou lags ICxplonlons Storms and Shipwrecks Games mid Races. r POLITICAL AND fcERSpNAL , JANUARY. J. Gilford Ptnchot, i thief torcstor, re moved by PresiderfraO. I-ttUltUAUI f It. Herbert Gladstone, whoso Cahor, W. I E. Qladstone. "the great commoner." twlco declined a stfat tin itbOfmAlto of lords, elevated to tl6 llo'ornBo! "" ' MAttetlj , l XI Ex-President ItooseVClt reAbhed Khar tum on his return from Africa. Armi. 11 Premier Asqulth's resolutions llmltlrig the veto power of the House 6f lords carried In tho housci of cdTnniona toy, , mulorlty of 103 ,, ,,, , XL The Btltlsh house lotf' lords' passed tfe4 notorious Liberal budgcVblll MAY 8. King Oeorgo V proclaimed throughout tha Urltlsh empire 31. South African un ion proclaimed at Pretoria. JUH...

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. — 30 December 1910

'FRIDAY DECEMDER 30, 1010 ,;w THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SSVff L'A lit I. lit Holds A Pleasant And Profit able Meeting Initiating A Class Of Twenty Candidates I Address Given By The Nation al Secretary Officers Elected For The Ensuing Year Event Brought To A Ciase With A Oance A most interesting session of tUo Mt. Vernon Chapter, No. 133, Ameri can Insurance. Union, was held Tucs day oyenlng. In the Knlghta of Colum bus hall. A largo number of members woro present. Tho first work of tho evening was tho Initiation of a class of tweuty candidates. This was fol lowed by tho presentation of two prlz ob to persons securing tho greatest number of new members. Theso priz es wore fifteen-Jowel gold watches, and woro presented to Mr. Georgd B. Step'hoy and Mrs. Anna Higglns. Tho prizes wero presented by K. B. Mc Laughlin of Newark, district deputy. An excellent address was given by Dr. Qeorgo V. Hoglan of Columbus, tho national secretary of tho Ameri can Insurance Union. Recitations wero giv...

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. — 30 December 1910

r -' taffe.,).! , " '" - t- t v ---?, ,a ,w '" w " " '"''"IM EWPtyjffffnrajta w i '' "i1 iiHirrrtr' 4 i THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY DECEMBER SO, 1010 Ml , a,dHT SB5kM t & w 1 NICHOLAS L0NGW0RTH Is Back of Bill For Per manent Tariff Board. Copyright American Press Association.) DRAFT COMPROMISE TARIFF BOARD BILL Ipgwortt) Looks After Admin V isfrailon's Interests, aaH' V iWl v ' Mr if r "Washington, Dec. 29. Roprosenta p I ho Longwortb of Ohio will Intro duce a bill In tho house early In January providing for a perma nent tariff commission. Tho moaouro "which will havo tho approval of tho administration, will represent a com promise, an It Is to bo mado up jf bills offered by Mr, Longwortli, who is acting for tho president In this matter, and RoprosontntlvoB Goodcof towa end Iionroot of Wisconsin, who arc aftlllatcd with tho progressive Republicans. As things now stand, tho administration expects that tho Iongworth bill will havo tbo unltod support of loaders of both factions of...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

fr"ggpisj Wl' r j 0Q&H nocx u PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, 1JANUARY 3, 1911 No. 1 ESTABLISHED 1836 imnm t . WW wtt J :' y M r" BASEBALL WAR IS THREATENED '' Big Minor Leagues Demand' Higher Classification American Assertion And Eastern League, If lliey Refuse To Abide By Decision Of National Uimmissrn, ail Be Treated As Outlaws-May I lien Prepare Ti Retaliate By invading Territory Now Concilium! A: Exclusively Belonging To M.jors ..Cincinnati, O., Jan. 3. At the Opening of the .innucl meeting of the national baseball commission here today, It was freely piedlcted that the American association and Eastern league mntnatcs will be turned down In response to their Joint de mand for a higher classlPcatlon. If they take the bull by tho horns and withdraw from tho National Associa tion of Minor 'Leagues, tho commis sion Will declare tnat they are out laws fnd havo forfeited a light to protection under the -national agiec- munt which tcvonis organtzedbase" ball. These- ll", ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

VBE TWO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911 c 1 n? I dtltiC Mid-Winter 9 of the !Gig rv : COMMENCED 9 Don't be e All 9, 9 9 9 9 9 9 Corner Main and Vine Streets. MUM LOCALS Mr. Harry Ling of this city wont to Canvllio Friday morning on luminous. Mr. I. M. Wolvorton wont to Colunv feuo &t noon today on business. Mr. M. 8. Warner of Wooator, Ohio, van a pualnoss visitor in this city on Thursday. Mr. "Wm. Baker-Jr., of Sandusky is spending a few dayn In tho city with motives. Mr.W. W. Kolloy of Ashland spont Thursday in Mt. Vernon attondlng to sotno buslnenB matters. MrB. W, D. Doll Is visiting nor cou sin, Mra. 13, F. DowiIh of Utlca. Mr. W. W. Btlnomoto was u Colum feua visitor Friday. MrB. Charles Thomas of Newark Ib spending Bovcrnl dayn with relatives In this city. Mr. Iaalah MeMaula of North Jot terson atrcot Ih tho guest of Mr, and Uta. I). M. Tllton of near Jolloway. Rev. It. Anna Bholdon waB tho guest Of. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Thursday, on ruuto to Noblo county, Mr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

TZr '1 , TT -- T ''-q-W - tv -ttt(jwvi v ,jr--oBwWi-- ,m , 1 I. ft' TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911 wmiiiiw ii i. in THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THRIt P ) I NE Exhibit Of Work Done in Manual Training Oe)l, Of The lilt. Vernon Schools tail uu ami - In The Large Display Window Of Sipe & White Some Excellent Work Done By The Students Almost As Good As Skilled ' Workmen Product; Tho Tact that tho public schools of ML. Vernou aro up-to-date In every respect manifests itself more plainly almost every day as some particular strong pciat In the var ous courses ot Btu(y Is continually being presented in such a convincing form that it can not be questional. In lata years, new branches of ptuily and exercises have boon Introduced into tho Mt. Vernon public schools that servo to equip tho Etudent for tho pursuit of many dif ferent professional vocations. Ono of tho mo3t interesting branch cs of study, which has been lately in sialic! 'n the schools, Is that of rcHn ual training. This study is exten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

r "rf m it nr- yfj- TwiVg AUh . v-UR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNh- TUESDAY, JANUARY 3 IQtl mman VlW''!WiPPP(Pll JWP" j "i Vf VHRNON. OHIO honk HARPER, Editor , t - VToolc V vONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato fl.GO por year. Entered nt ttio ML Vornon, O., post ofllep nn second class mall mattor. CHAMP CLARK (Harper's Wooltly) Tlio next Spoakor's full namo ia James Bcaucharap Clarlc. When ho went out Into tho world ho dlscovorod that Clak was tho sixth most com mon namo in America, and that Jamos was nearly as provnlont as John or tho measles. James B. also was curi ously numerous, and James D. Clark far from unusual. In tho yodng man's town was a man of that namo who used to get his lottora and throw thorn away. This was very annoying. So the future statesman dropped Jamos, and liccamo IJcauchamp Clark. Doau champ Is a woll-known namo out "West. They pronounce It Doocham, like that of tho Englishman who makes pills. Now, ono of tho Incom ing Speaker's hohltloa Is accurate ex pression, and It ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

Tuesday, January 3, 1911 ,THE DEMOCRATIC BANNE TASK NVft M rp l ,: 1 BOND Of New Officials And Thosu Succeedlni) I'licmiclvus Are Filed And The Cffir.ials Take lip Tliulr Duties L. Tale Crouley Becomes Prosecuting Attorney A Divorce. Suit lias Been Filed In lionoon Pleas Cupid More Active In 1910 llini In 1909 Mr. L. Tate Cromley, Republican, on Monday morning became proecut ing attorney of Knox county, suc ceeding Mr. lames A. Schaeffer, Dem ocrat. The oath of ofllco was admin- L. TATE CROMLEY Ths New Prosecuting Attorney of Knox County ltitered byProbato Judge Berry. Pros ecuting JAtt6rneyl!Cromley'a bond,. In the sum of $2,000, was signed by H. H. Greer, R. M. Greer and James R. MfElroy. xmy; J. A. Reed, Republican, of Jello way, succeeded Fred M. -Neass, Re publican. His bond, In the sum of $5,000, was signed by T. L. Mix, J. T. Blakeley, C: W. Crawford, C. C. Long and 0. H. Neal. Sheriff Peter J. Parker succeeded himself His bond, In the sum of ?5,- &P&. iO hM, &K:,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

SS8355iiiBWnitWi(l Tiffffni!iiftftw TgWPgTWW THE democratic; A, TUE8DAY, JANUARY 3, 1911 LUUSJttLJ I l!.itUJM Pp u mm vaqe si Tltts IB I i- vr p n MM r ' it SENGS MESSAG TO LEGISLATURE Governor Devotes Consld'rablo Space to Tax Question, SUGGESI" FURTHER REDUCTION Expresees Great Faith In Present Canal System and Suggests Method For Improvement Along Business Lines Asks Enactment of Meas ure to Prevent Continuance of Cor rupt Practices as Revealed In Ad;im8 County Probe Renews For mer Rc.ommendatlona. Columbus, O., Jan. Z.--Sonatora nd representatives thin nflornoon llstcnpd to tho rending of Governor Harmon's message lO'tlio gonoral as scmbly. Although s document of considerable length, it was 'gtvon tho closest attention o tho mombcrs present. It follows: To the General AsBotnbly: Performing tho .duly -irapoBod by tho constitution nt ,ovpry sosslon, I havo tho honor to submit tho follow ing nformatlon .and recommenda tions. The necessary limits of a men sago would prevent nn altom...

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