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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 3 January 1911

yh &" r rryrrttfivr "TEr'wr 'Yr ,"" " n 9 ?J.7f '"" W r "" It V TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911 HE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVKN ' S ;wWtJff'ffy"T)ffy)y' "J?ivwJT?w""Tril'!r'- " r"y(lP'T1pn' fpj" ! ;!! v fW FEAR THE BANE OF HUMANITY; RATIONAL AND IRRATIONAL FEAR Ignorance and Superstition the Factors Which Lead to Fear. Truo Message of God's Word, tho Only Propop Antldoto to Pear, Desirable at Opening of Now Year. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jnnunry 1. Pastor Russell of Brooklyp. Tubcrnaclo nddross cd n Inrgo congre gation lu tho IlrOol; lyn Academy of ' Music this after- noon on tho Impor tance of good cour ngo for tho New Year, from tho fol lowing text: "Fear not, for I have redeemed thco; I havo called tlicp by thy name; thou art mine." Isaiah Mill, 1. As usual ho had n large nudlcnco and tho very closest attention. He said In part: Fenr Is a great calamity. It Is close ly related to all the sorrows of life. Closely linked to all the crimes of tho tvorldl One of the blessings of true Chrlstlnnl...

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. — 3 January 1911

: yj.tfBg'ff ' .y ! . "' 'rtpiitri&jSPF Fifty TT H9 "W',T8W?W' aw '"ys, si IT W -."j !MME EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1011 V ' t-'0 & "" The Meyer-Lindorf Company's i ANNUAL JANUARY CLE jjjppUii-Ar: SALE LMM8WMMgBBMKBBaBgBMa)MWi.UIWiUa,J:3,' irf L : STARTS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4th, CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY 15th 2 This year we start our annual January Clearance Sale with most radical and decisive reductions. We are not waiting to reduce prices gradually but havo S placed on all our offerings such great reductions as will move them almost instantly. It is unnecessary to go into further detail as everyone knows this is our semi- Z annual "house-cleaning" time and that our values are genuine and inimitable "WE'LL EXPECT YOU EARLY. 50cWork Shirts 39c Men's work shirts In good mater ials; brown, tan, bluo and black col ors; all sizes; regular COc kind now 30c Bath Robe Blankets 1-4 Off Heavy fleeced Jacquored robo blankets; largo slzo und'beautlful col orings; so...

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 January 1911

Tii.iBi.Il)iy,i)li,ilT,l,1)lllJ1iaMrMi(lJrit..-:; - --.'"' lS3g 9 Ito IP' titf tmvttu tilt? MT. VERNON 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911 No. 2 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 POLITICIANS MAKE NEW DOPE SHEETS Governor Foss of Massachusetts And His Fight on Senator Lodge fUNS HER MUST PASSES l C& P- PUT UP FIGHT enator Owen Opens War On Illinois Congress Reconvene: After Two Weeks' Vacation (And Indications Point To Interesting Session Fortifica tion Of Panama Canal Will Be Bitterly Opposed By Many On Grounds Of Economy-New Apportionment Will Go Over Washington, Jan. 5. Attor a two weeks vacation over tho holiday sea son congress reconvened today, and alt signs point to a lively tlmo from now on to adjournment. Tho house and senato began to do business on ' tho double-quick in. tho three -weeks that preceded tho Christmas recess, cud it Is certain now that thcro 'will be tlmo for the consideration of sev eral measures besides tho regular ap propriation bills. Senator Owen of Oklahoma h...

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 January 1911

(pPWffW ffWT AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC) BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1911 4' L leader of tho Sunday school associa tion was given as follows: r $ec $$$' -, Dnlance on hand Jan. 1, 1910.. $ 19.08 Amt. collected during yoar....a83.nn 1302.08 MeetinoOfTtiRCongrepation ill Church Is Held Dbbursomcnts during year. ...J262.G0 Suit Is Filed Against The County Commissioners By Henry lirokaw Who Ajks Judgment For $1,500 Our Dalanco on hand Jan. 1, 1911..$ 20.40 Tho report of Miss Itayer, leader of tho Women's Missionary Society, was given as follows: Total amount collected during Kcports Of flie Work For The Year Are Given tho year $148.50 Amount paid out during year. . 147.95 tr v inr-i "ivir-w rwtsrvnjr vrriWrf fi"jY$lmf ANNUA DAMAGE fib i i And Officers Are Elected For Ensuing Year Committee On A New Par sonage Is Named A fine Supper Is Served At Six O'clock Tho nnnual meeting of tho First Congregational church was hold on Tuesday evening at tho church. Suc cess marked tho meeting In overy depa...

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 January 1911

-r u .' FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THRKi LOWER S That Bloom Over Garden Wall Of Politics Exemplified At The Banquet On Tuesday Evening . Given By Losers tin Guessing On Recent Election Local Republicans Entertain Their Political Enemies In A Royal Manner And De lightful Evening Is Spent Shortly beforo tho election last Novcmbor when tho interest had about reached tho highest stage, guessing on tho result In Knox county as to tho majority of tho candidates for povornor, was started by those bav in,; to do with tho campaign, and it was "framed up" that tho losers should furnhh a supper In which all tbe gucssers should participate. Thirty-four men made guesses on the result. Of these 18 were Demo crats and 16 Republicans. Of course, all tho Democrats guessed that Har mon would have a majority In Knox county, and all tho Republicans woro ot tho opinion that Harding would carry tho county. Tho names of tho tuessers and the majority they fixed for their favorite can...

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 January 1911

R- - !?," my i'"ww r"! -jrytf;r.? wfffPfltf AGE rOUR THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, JANUAHY 6, 1011 -j tWp,JOTi7t.illgyr.il K I f .. ", .yr ' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 8oml -WoolSLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato ?1.60,-.Tor year. Entered nt tho Mt. Vornon, 0 post ofllca as second class mall mattor, HISTORY JTX flEPEAT IT8ELF (Harpors Woohiy) History pclnU unerringly. In 1874 tho Democrnta carrlod tho IIoubO of Representatives. Two years lator Til--den was elected. Again In 1882 tho Democrats swept tho country. Two years later Cleveland won tho Presi dency. In 1890 tho pooplo ropudlatcd .an inordinate tariff, and roturnod ft majority ot Domocratlo Roprosonta- tlvcs. Two yoarn lator Clovoland car ried tho country a second tlmo and tho Democrats won Uio Congress. In variably" tho rosult of an Intormodlato election has presaged succoss of tho winning party In tho succeeding con test. Two short yoara do nqt afford sufllclont tlmo for tho swinging back of tho political...

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 January 1911

qw mjp"&if w & rrrry f ITar"" T" '"'UT -" Wf T-v?' FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAM PtVS fWWiwf? k'1' J' ; i:mi UET Under IIig Auspices Of The Physical Department Given Al The Local Y. M. C. A. Wednesday Evening An Excel'ent Address Is Given By Dr. Fisher And Brief Talks Made By Ml, Vernon Men A Very Profitable Evening Is Spent By AH Tho banquet hold under the nusplc cb of tho Physical commlttco of tho Y. M. C. A. Wednesday ovenlng was a eucccss In overy particular, with tho possible exception of attondanco. There woro 75 present, hut for tho most exceptional address of Dr. Fish er that should havo been flvo times tho number of men present. Invoca tion was offered by tho Rev, Mr. Hull and during tho dinner splendid music was furnished by tho Association or chestra. Mr. Clydo Conloy acted as toast master, and announced tho purpose ot tho gathering as being to discuss tho physical work of tho Association and to listen to an address by Dr. Fish er of tho Intern...

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 January 1911

V -T -HTT-"F"tf? ' VW' '"5"-flr-"'R"S nvrwry TASE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1011 L9KHFV9C9tfM IMMMMMMM nv M . ! r ! ' K I k ,E 1 4. .$. .j. .$. 4. j. 4. i 4. .$ ! J .J. FREDERICKTOWN .J. 4 I 'l I Tho week of prayer la being ob served by tho churchos In this placo this 'week; tho Prosbytorlan church holding Its special sorvlcos on Thurs day and Filday. Miss Ula Johnson entertained at a Blx o'clock dlnnor Jn honor of Miss Juno Dutbln of Oborlln, tho following Miss Ethel Studor, Miss Elslo Studor, Miss Morna Roby, MIs3 Gortrudo James, Miss Dortha Jpnos, Miss Eula 11a Hyatt and Miss Uazol McCutchon. Miss Florcnpo Guss, who has boon visiting rolatlves at hor homo In Dol phos, Ohio, returned Monday ovonlng to take up hor work at tho Froo Press ofllco. On Monday tho D. M. Brumback shoo storo was Invoiced' and Mr, Fred Levering, ono of tho tcachors In tho public schools purchased tho samo taking- possessldn'Jcni Tuesday morn ing. Mr. Levering wilt 'continue his work in th...

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 January 1911

"RT ; FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PABE 8EVKIY Mid-Winter of the 9 Jr Mm H jjl H BpH dVH V rwi B Pi W Ei"2" shi-P" PJafl MB K s: UAf ' Don't 4ft All All All 1 All C Corner mm COUNTY MAN MAKES DEATHBED PLEA Portsmouth, O , Jan. 4. Because the common pleas court has been so busy accepting pleas In tho election bribery cor.es, activity of tho grand jury was suspended until Friday. The Btreets of West Union again wore thronged with offondors, and church women served colfoe and Bandwlches treoly. Many o. those who camo to appear In court had trudged long dis tances through the snow and cold. James Fleming of Wrlghtsvlllo, O., a first voter, lu pleading guilty also put In a similar plea for his aged grandfather, Alexander Fleming, a civil war veteran, who s about to tile. He Kent word to tho court that Jtnntnn,l T lflt P.IJU.J fiiJUUiiiiiui iu Adaidi ouiumid Relief Commission In Their Work In Knox County And Mt' Vernon Tho Soldiers' Relief Commission of Knox county, consi...

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 January 1911

fflJVWWTW! FRIDAY,' JANUARY 8, 1911 EltHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER y IV '. vsS y m M INSURGENTS ARE , IN TIGHT PLACE Mexican Government Changes Tactics to Advantage. END OF REVOLT IS IN SIGHT Adoption of Diplomatic Measures In Distribution of Federal Troops Leads to Bottling Up of Insurgent Band In State of Chihuahua Offi cial Captured In Raid on Town Es capes Disguised as Peon and Reaches Texas City. El Paao, Tox., Jan. 5. For tho flret tlmo since tho Insurrection broko out Uio Mexican government Is making a display of generalship. Tho federal Authorities are flanking tho insur gents and taking further steps to prevent their retreat into Sonora. It begins to look as If tho end of tho In. eurrcctlon was In alght. Instead of sending General Luque to OJInga and vicinity, according to announced In tention when ho was recalled In-.s. Pcdcrnalcs with 000 men, ho was sent north to El Paso and Is to bo turned south and run down to Casas Orandcs and Pearson, In the rear of tho lnsur rectos. If...

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. — 10 January 1911

'Tfcu emTOfM liter hi PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911 No. 3 ESTABLISHED 1836 9 mm TAKES OATH TUNE ife- Trinity Bells Announce Birth Of New Governor Busy With Affairs Of State Until Few Minutes Of Appointed Hour Ceremony Takes Place In Recep tion Room Of Executive Offices In Presence Of Wife And Friends-Pomerene, Graves, Hogan And Cream er Also Begin Work Columbua, O., Jan. 9. As the chimes of Trinity church today noon pealed forth "Hall to the Chief," The Star Spangled Banner," "Bless- cd Bo the Tie, That Binds" and "America," Judson Harmon took the oath of oSlco as governor of Ohio, the ceremony taking place In the recoptlon rooms of the cxecutivo offices. Tho oath was administered by Chief Justice Spear or tho supremo court, tho governor placing his hand on tho Harmon fam ily Bible. Gi"ernor Harmon worked at bis desk in tho private office until a ,few minutes before tho ceremony was scheduled to take place. After receiving' congratulations from nu- tnorou...

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. — 10 January 1911

'Wwp -Tjwr.y w - , -.- -. , .,-,, ,ww,j - r- ft ' 'Ji1 Jlftt'!' f "jwpdlR llJlft,l1l'W;iWf(p,fllWli ,M'UV!! J" t1V"flff,T""",'"'l,1T ""''j'liyp"1 ,im.iwTyfwyww -w;f ? w""i'ij-nin.iii MTfy , i ' yia. .i?l,tsf,rT,r, fc':S i Nnvqe two THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JANUARY 10, 1011 " & &$$ J 6 If it' . ' t v I, ;"f. r & r-- hi I; t I ! Mi .. St" ' i t w . if ISM .4 ' I ,1 L f ur n vt'i Li- f ' ACCUSED 1! Firing Bullets At Ycung School Boys Ashtabula, O., Jan. 0 Tho grand Jury In Jefferson today Indicted Wil liam Parker nnd his wife, Cliloo A. Parker, of Harpcrsileld, on charges of shooting with Intent to kill at Ed Win" Rhodes, Philip Krauso nnd Rob rt Rawson, hoys. Tho shooting oc curred several weeks ago wlillo a soc ial was In progress at ,tho school iiouso in Harpcrsflcld, Tho boys wcro outsldo tho school bouso, and they were shot from the direction of Parker's homo, near tho school. Parker hnd been having trou ble with tho public provlpusly. Meeting At VoungstowD Start...

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. — 10 January 1911

WJWWW9HW & TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNEE PAE THt & W r PROGRAM For llie Fourth Annual National Corn Exposition To Be Hold In Columbus January 30 To February 11 A Grand Round-Up Of All The Agricultural Shows More Than 35 States To Have Competitive Exhibits Speaker Of Nation-Wide Repu tation Will Be Present Columbus, O., Jan. 7 Tho program for tho fourth annual National Corn Exposition, to bo hold January 30th to February 11th, In thoi eight Im mense buildings on tho Ohio Stato Ex position grounds has Just been com pleted', and provides for ono of tho greatest National Agricultural Exposi tions over held in tho world. Tho buildings aro connected by en closed walks, comfortably heated and brilliantly Illuminated, in all resemb ling a great summer garden with palms and plants and tender growing crops, giving tho' visitors a whiff of nature which will more remind them of a balmy Juno day than of tho win ter season. This great National Corn Exposi tion will be a ...

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. — 10 January 1911

Ifcffiffi&vtftimifi PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1311 Remarkable Career of the Late Senator Elkins of West Virginia (JANUARY BARGAINS! MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor To Build A Home For A Destitute Woman S OT30Ll",OVooldC.l3r fc--Ja FUENDS I f- r.. .H v : ' 8 r I'? ' If ii 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate fl.BO por year. Entered at tho Ml. Vernon, 0., post ofllco as second clnsa mall matter, SENATOR POMERENE InnomlnaUngncandldnto for Unltcll States Eenator, tho Democratic mem bers of tho legislature in tholr cau cus at Columbus Thursday nftornoon, acted wisely and well when their choice fell upon lion. Atlco Pomoreno. Tho nctlon of tho caucus was as tho Banner several weeks bbo predicted It would ho. To anyono carefully ob serving tho conditions as thoy oxistod, thero could bo but ono conclusion na to tho outcome and that wns tho se lection of Mr. Pomcrcno as tho party candidate to bo votod for and elect ed at the olectlon, which takes place o...

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. — 10 January 1911

whw'mnMmiiwww 'r " TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1011 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNEB PAGE FIV WJJRjP'WWMW K ' ft Ef !. w 3J . m JUDGE Got Wrong Overcoat And funny Complications Arose When lie Went Over lo Ashland, 0, Transcript Is Filed In Com mon Fleas Court Various Kerns From The Probate .Court The Deed Record And Other ' Notes Of interest (Mansfield Shlold) Judgo Wolfo whon ho Is In n hurry Is Romettmos apt to bo forgetful. Ho was this week. Jiidgo Wolfo was In a hurry to get to Asnland where ho was Interested in tho trial of a caso. Ho picked up an overcoat In a hurry In a barber Bhop supposing It was his. Whon Dr. B. F. Harding was roady to put on his overcoat in tho shop ho discovered that Judgo Wolfe had taken his along with him to Ashland. Ho took tho judge's coat which fitted him fairly well, with the oxcoption of tho slooves which woro pretty long. Judgo Wolfo put his overcoat In tho chock room of an Ashland hotel. Whon ho was given tho coat which ho had given in charge of the hotel man he ...

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. — 10 January 1911

" V ff Wt TW WfK gffRyWff nVMftlfBfrffrfffPi tqjBJSJF1- ' JOAfew- iNih.w.wiy '"ilVjijJSSS ti rfTi1tt( p"'fi HJKWHd -G SIX HRmWHBmi THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JANUARY 10, 101t 1 IK Ul ' ' n .. I l& Nt J If I. V. ! w Pb3 8 m I'" ?t ; n t , to NX POMERENE TO WEAR TOGA Democrats toil S first Twelve Entries i The Race Canton Man Secured 45 Votes," .flieliact Number ilequ'red To Win-Hanlcy NearstcCpponent, Secured 10 Votes-Montgomery Hepresenlative Is Only Member Of Caucus Who Re fused To Sake Choice Unanimous Columbus, 0M ion. 6: At tho cau cus of tho Domocratlo members ot -tho legislature, liolfl-. In tho house chamber at Iho capllol, Atlca Pom creno wan nominated to succeed Charles Dlclc as United States sen ator from Ohio, tho nomination com Ing on tho Urol Fallot. Pomereno's election to tho sonato 'will bo formally .(undo by tho houses It tho legislature, separately, next Waesday, and confirmed jointly Wod itosday. There wcro 11 cuudldatca for the toga placed In -nomination, ...

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. — 10 January 1911

mwwmwwmwim i nip j ii nwiMwuiujinwn ,ii ii , mppiijiipiipij jwii PP mv i) TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN AM 0 w WHEN GOD WAS ALONE ! BEFORE CREATION WAS BEGUN THE INCOMPREHENSIBLE ONE Pnotor rtussgtl Dlscussos, "Before tha Bsfllnnlng." "From ovcrlaBllns to overlastlnK, thou art God" (Psalm xc, 2). "1 am Jehovah, that la my namr and my Elory will I not Clvo to another" (Isaiah xlll, 8). "To ub thcro la ono God, the Father, of whom aro all things" (I Thcssalonlana vlll, C). "Hear, O Israel, the Lard our God Is ono Jolio vah" (Deuteronomy vl. 4), St. Petersburg, Flu., Jan. 8. Tlicso and other Scrip tures tell us of a personal God, tlio Father or h 1 f o Giver of nil, tlio Great Ono who In liabltotli Eternity. St. Tnul doclftrca that to the heathen "thcro nro lords many and gods many, but to us thcro Is but one God, tlio Father," and one appointed Agent of his In dealing with humanity onu Lord Jesus Christ "and that every tonguo shall confess that Jesus, Mess...

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. — 10 January 1911

ff.WfiMi'.-im.Mi.i.iynm iimniw ilpwWiWiMpipwWiKflWlVWWf l. 'aJEEAMTMJlByEBeJBflatttffclflJI rista WBj jWWMHBIMr.'. -TT23 ,.,..r ..;!., hm )sjyyS 5t,',t mj ! --- -v. -v. fpr"fri1' U B EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, iB11 t! jc Il ls ft j. IV i ft l H STOLEN Brass Found In A West End Residence And Head Of Household Is Now Missing On Sunday morning n soarch war rant wns sworn out beforo Mayor Mitchell and Chief of Police Dcrmody, Llout. McElroy nnd Detective Mar tin of tho C, A. & C. railroad com D any for tho searching of n homo In (bo west ond of tho city and secured over 100 pounds of brass, which Is al leged had boon stolen from tho yards Of tho railroad company in this city. Tho patrol Wagon was called and tho brass was taken to tho county jail tthero It will possibly bo used as evidence-. Whon tho ofllcers wcro soarching tho houso thoy discovered that tho 4ead of tho houso was missing and tho officers bellovo that tho man Is guilty of tho theft. A warrant has...

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 January 1911

w " ,fppir'r,nr , V nf -i "P- - " mpr " "" iT" '" 1pTFi " '"IJ'ty' '? (F nf" "i (V'i Tv jemjt?sm ttttttftr H PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, tTANUARY 13, 1911 No. 4 ', ESTABLISHED 1836 rwi 1 1 jyifty?tygrrrMP'ycTr ff yTftr"T g1TT"'y7y,r'f'iyi?''1'rv7'M?' Ty w TfHTgy -rpiftv 71 Is -W W T . W X I STANDARD IS ON TRIAL FOR UFE Supreme Court Dissolve Corporation Attorney Frnnk B. Kellogg, Who Has Been Seeking Down fall Of Rockefeller Holding Company Since 1006 Will Lead OH In Government's Arguments Wick ersiiam Will Conduct Summing Up-OilJTrust Is Representee! By High-Prlced talent Washington, aan. 12. Bcforo the fUprome court of the United States today the Standard OiJ company ot Now Jersey the Rockefeller holding company began Its fight tor exist ence, rleaded not guilty to tho charge of being tho most colossal monopoly in the country and, through costly le gal representatives, entered Into tho final battle for tho preservation of Its corporate existence, Tho argument In the St...

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 January 1911

-W&t'W ftMHOaUUEtmH Cr" vi VT. W1' j fni'r"'' tiw t-tTW r A FOUft THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FniDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 "V , y !fi lf 'i m w s L'l M ' l1.-IS if f $ t$ j j j ! J $ ! J J J. FREDERICKTOWN 4. J, .J. .J. .J. . .J. .J. .J. .J.. .J. .J .J. . J Mr. J. N. Braddock wbb In Dollvillo en business ono day tho past wook. Mrs. Cora Simons, who has boon Ylsltlng with rolatlvos nnd frlonds In this placo roturnod to her homo In Detroit, Mich., tho past wook. Mr. and Mrs. Low Worts wore juosts of tho lattor's mothor, Mrs. El la Thompson, last wook. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Wykor wcro Kuosts at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Francisco, last week. About twontyfivo young pcoplo gnvo Mr. Ed Burson a birthday surprise last Monday and had n pleasant thno do ing It. Mr. nnd Mrs. Amos Vornlor woro guests lit tho homo of tho latter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Shopard, last week. Mrs. J. II. Smith visited bor step mother, Mrs. Jonas, at Nova, Ashland county, called thoro by tho Illness of tho lnitor...

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