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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 13 January 1911

f mjvqii( ' - tTlf r - lifr ' FfllDAY, JANUAnY 13, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE THRRK -fpr" M t FIRE Gutted The Boarding House On West High Street At An Early Hour On Wednes day Morning Gas Ignited In The Cellar Cau ing The Blaze Boarders AH Escape With Iheir Clothing But Furniture Is Destroyed By The Flames BANK At Fredericktown Elects Directors And OHicers Frodorlcktown, O., Jon. 11 The Btockholdcrs of tho First National Dank of Frodorlcktown elected tho following directors nt tho annual mooting yostorday: J. N. Draddock, C. D. Swotland, C. R. Levering, It. G. McClolland, George Tulloss, J. H. DIckoy. Tho following ofllcors woro elected by tho directors: Prosldont J. N. Brnddock. Vlco President It. G. McClolland. Cashier i.U G. Howos. MRS. CAROLINE BAKES Mother Oi Dudd Bakes Of Tbis City Dies In Columbus Tho homo of Mrs. Eliza Couts and family at 500 West HIch street was gutted by flro early Wednesday morn ing. At about threo o'clock, oho of tho roomers at tho Couts homo was aw...

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 January 1911

WffiWllWWIiiwiMiyw vmnimm1imMMmMmMmMmiwmtllWMm-&': wiwibm piwiiw'wfT'w"""Wi"WWWWiwipiiii ii muni i)im I m ii mnwwrwwWT wWlWPWWWHyf WWWWIW1 "V t "I J T tS? i . v yi, - i- i .. . i.j ,.. , . . . : i -... i Ji.. aJL -. . ...n.mL,m.id .""" PAGE l-OUR THE DEMOCEATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011 h Y ! t B. as'i MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SoxsaJL WooJatXy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Unto $1.50 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., post ofHco as second class mall matter. eMk,l I ! j j j .. j j ! 4. LEVERING 4 ! j. j .j. j j 4 j j A series of meetings under the lead ership of Evansellst U I. Morcer of Alllanco, O., Is in progress at the -Church of Christ In this place. Strong sormons and good music havo repaid tho largo audiences in attendanco from night to night. A soloist, David Ireland, of Columbus, and a rualo -quartet of local talent have furnished especially good piuslc. A special home-coming and roll call servlco Is being arranged for Sunday morning, January ...

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 January 1911

i THE DEMOOftATXO BAlfNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 PAQE THRKr JOINT BIK UP r Tl Our. DIRECTORS Installation Of S. Of V. And The Auxiliary Occurred Wednesday Evening In G. A. R. Hull OfTheFarmersAndMerchants National Bank Meet The Furniture And Smashed The Dishes tl 1N J J 1 0t.Li1Zj I ( T k Tho Joint installation hold by tho Sono of Votornns and tho Ladloo Aux iliary, Wednesday evening, proved to bo ono of tho moat cnjoyablo and sue cessful ovor hold by thoso two or ganizations. Mr. B. W. Brcooo, acting for tho S. ofV., Installed tho ofllcorB for tho coming yoar. Mr. George Coynor, acting for tho Auxiliary, Installed their officers. After tho Installation ceremonies wero ovor, tho now commander for tho S. of V. took charge of tho meet ing and a very pleasant and Instruc tive hour was spent In listening to brief addresses by tho nowly elected dfllcers of both ordors. Short address es , wore also mado by William M. Koons, Col. Hunt, George S. Harter and other members of tho W. It. C. ...

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 January 1911

mum'.wi. ygwgwfeianrwBwmBa Ml'WIJKWWfeliV(IMlflWMI?fW TAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 V it I" ' 11 :t ft hu WHICH SHALL IT BE? yjBjjil' s(iiar 'Your toy, with all the brightness of This boy Is Just a plain American the spring' morning In His Jolly boy like his fellow on the left, face and 0a'ncng eyes. And yet, bright as a new dollar, but the he might have been like the boy sight Is gone from ophthalmia to the right. neonatorum,. . Shall boys of Ohio bo savod tho tcrrlblo handicap of blindness? All wo need to navo ono-thlrd of infantllo blindness Is knowlcdgo of how to prevent "babies' noro oyos" and willingness to use tho proper moans. Tho State- Board or Houltb. la now supplying nt Us stations, to physicians and nurses, froo, tho inediclno necessary to prevout this dlscaso from de stroying tho (tight. OCCUPATIONS FOR THE BLIND (By the Ohio Commlnslun for tho Blind.) Certain forms of worlc aro especial ly adapted for tho blind, but in many factories sightles...

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 January 1911

f'fylEr'''''4' 'V;4P'',ll,'l'r'',tVOT''P'''T'i"' ' ' HBpfwr'" ''""'n""l"' "Tr-'w 'Vrj'--s i." ")yr 'ir "Vy wf tutt? gvyray' -;-ywre jrr-tw'iiM'irtiSr I, PniDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE 8EVK "?9!S,P5!rOT7F'ir r NARROW Escape From Asphyxiation Had Several Ladles While Attending A Meeting At The Wallot Home Fumes From A Gas Stove Cause Of The Trouble Two Of The Ladies Succumb ed In A Street Car While On Their Way Home And Taken To Drug Store A number of tho members of tho Ladles of tho Maccabees lodgo nar rowly escaped asphyxiation whllo holding a meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Lea Wallot on tho Sy char road Just north of tho city Monday evening. Tho now officers of tho lodgo elected for tho ensuing year wore present at tho meeting to make arrangements and preparations for the carrying out of tho work of tho lodgo during tho year. Early In the evening when tho onto ora began to arrlvo at tho Wallot homo, Mrs. Wallot complained of a bad hcadacho and appeared to bo In a ...

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 January 1911

'" '"' '-tv wcr?vwj',xti tfgHfttrvmw:.-yteii?tr '"'flppip " w "IWTV i". W!7flf " "F'lTi "vir'y t$.ft'r'f!ft Hpi fV,'r -F"w-' ' ''''''1''' .TT'W'. 7r''rW,1f'" ' (5"ff JT ' EIGHT l THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY .3, 191T M1Mw"tlMtl-ww"l"M"iMWMaa--M-MM)M-B-MBMH-Ba-M-M f B8. ! . I n M I, t -l J ?5iv. si X J I ll -i A. , COUGHS AND COLDS I Took Fe-rti-nru Hi' ' , . -;i kmmmmm HHhHH ?fas. Joseph HAltGHASEiwf ff I "WASH 1K6TON, P.O. m Jf cruna Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: lean cheerfully recom mend Pcrnna as an effective euro iar coughs and colds. Yon oro autborleod to uso my photo "With testimonial In any publication. Mrs. Joseph Hall Chnso, i eoiTonthSt., Washington, .D.O. Could Not Smell jvdr Hear. Mrs. A. L.WotzoL 1023 Ohio Bt., Torre Bau to, Ind., writes: Whon I bogan totakoyonr medlclno 3 could not flnioll, nor hoar a church boll ring. Now I can both emoll and bear. "Whon I began your treatment my hood was torriblo. I xiad buzzing and chirping noises in my head. "I fol...

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. — 17 January 1911

OTwliWi r-5y)TiFP'-W,W",Wii mjMwiinrii in-i nil--1 iiimi w mi in i in i mi in ii mm i i iiiiiwi 1 1) in infiii i m in lyinniirjiiji f m&txw sratter i.-l :a MT. VERNON, 0M TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 No. 5 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 " 'jwwwpjR ht Mt to 'tH V lf Y lfl BREAKS; NEGROES Triole Lvnchinn Kentucky Jailer Hands Keys To Mob Convicted Murderer And Two Men Accused Of Detaining White Women Dragged Through Streets To Railroad Bridge-Two Escape When Noose Gives Way But Are Riddled With Bulle s -Body Of One Victim Not Yet Recovered Shelbyvillo, Ky., Jan. 10. Throe ' negroes wero taken from tho jail hero and lynched by a mob of 20 citizens, all of whom woro heavy masks. One of the prisoners had al ready been convicted of murdering an old negro woman and tho other two were being detained on charges of detaining white women. ' Before visiting tho Jail tho mob raided a blacksmith shop, secured a Sledgehammer, a holt cutter and varl ous other tools. They went to tho Jail and dem...

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. — 17 January 1911

jTg-m rmnsSm fAt TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER lv, Ts TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1011 an " n-jj"i"w lrj "pvK'iifj'i','r7 n' j- ' '"Tiw"M"'M - -i r WWlW ENJQNED EVEN HUNDRED NEGROES Deathless Diaz, President Perennial,, Age Nor Withers Nor Custom Stales From Pulling Up Feed Wire Is The Electric Co, !,V 9,087 Is The Population Mt. Vernon DISFRANCHISED IN ADAMS CO. l Ed i , y mi 1 P Over The Tracks Of The C, il. & C. Raiiroad Co. A Danville Man Does A Most Charitable Act Iwo Wills Filed In Probate Friday Afternoon flther Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Aa mx outcomo of the cutting of tlio big feed wire- of tho Mt. Vornon Elec tric company across tho tracks of tho Cleveland, Akron and Columbus rail road company by employes of tho lat ter company last Thursday afternoon, tin Injunction suit was filed In tho court of common pleas lato Friday afternoon by tho C, A. & C. railroad company against tho Mt. Vornon Elec tric company. Tho plaintiff aslcs that the defendant bo restrained fr...

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. — 17 January 1911

S? W'W pwj'Tfy-'irfi'F)i ?7ia i TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 THIS DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQK THH ffwnprpt'igini ji m liuWRfrintpafmwi'' vnnn " " ivjmn J rr .4-: SHARP The Only Real Astronomer In Congress Tells Oilier Members Of A Filar Micrometer The Instrument That Puzzled The House Congressman From This District Makes Speach And Entertains All With Knowledge Of Astronomy Washington, D. C, Jan. 14 With tho solitary exception of ono new mombor, tho House of Representa tives at Washington had to confess to tal ignorance on a subject under leg islative consideration In Congress- a few days ago. This may seem remark able when consideration Is taken of tho fact that tho House of Representa tives numbers among Its members all sorts and conditions of men repre senting an amazingly wldo range of experience, intelligence and interests. But here was a caso in which the sub ject under consideration found tho House completely non-plussed. No body seemed to know what It was about In fact, had never he...

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. — 17 January 1911

F "T-" fvrj -;-V'N .i. f ?" T V" fAQE l-UUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 7, 1911 Jf - tirtnirrtlTTirTlli)"l' '' "" , .i.mi.iwiniwirir r It ro 'IVj ' n . ' MOUNT VERNOIV orilO fRANK HARPER, toitor Worn 1 -Woo U. 1 o MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate ?1.60 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, O., post offlco as second olaes mall matter. A GAIN OF 37 PER' CENT Tho population of Mt.Vornon by tho recent census shows n vory handsome lncroaso. Tho 0,087 population ot 1910 as against tho C.CSJ of 1900 Is an In crease of over 37 per cont. Tills is an exceedingly Kami Bhowlng when compared with other cttioa ot Ohlo.lt must also be tali en fiiCo account that 9,087 docs not In fact roprosont tho actual population to which Mt. Vor non should bo credited properly, If not legally. Tho papulation of South Vornon and other suburban communi ties adjacent to ML. Vornon on all sides, will easily lncroaso tho figures by 2,500, so that lha roal population Is closo onto If not Cully 12,...

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. — 17 January 1911

13 TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER page rivi I f K DIVORCE Snuglit By A Women Whose Husband linn Away Willi A Woman Who Resided In South Vernon Two Wills Were Filed In ProbateOn Saturday Matters Of Interest From Ihe Probate Court Marriage Licenses Issued And The Deed Record Elizabeth May Hughes has com monced a suit for divorce In the court of common pleas of Knox county against Edwin D. Hughes. The plain tiff states they wero married June 21, 1905, In Mansfield, O., and that ono child, William D., aged throe and ono-half yoars, was born to them. Tho plaintiff states that tho defend ant becamo infatuated with Mrs. Blr dlo Wnlkor, who resided on tho Mar tlnsburg road In South Vernon, and that ho was guilty of adultery with this woman on several occasions and that on August 27, 1910, ho loft Mt. Vornon In company with Mrs. Walk er and that they lived as man and wlfo In tho city of St. Louis, Mo., for some Itmo. Tho plaintiff states that tho couple loft St. Loula and th...

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. — 17 January 1911

..""; T, "-ji-w trr- n&mirw wf 'ltvt MlaMMMc mf JpjW f WWJfH WPwJSWnWWWIwaw w, a&pllT.A-w-".iii wfiUi . WI (jtliWlN il.pi II f i in mn.Fi'i.t.n.l ,fr. i..WlWy, 1pipfc .hfr .- W-- -. ' T fl.yl. W W H M-"J .r,.-... rGe six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 -1 it j" ymr f & . K B f Sfc 6 f Is f 4 !ii ! .' IP Vit i l? I'R- 1 A t: : GOD NOT ALONE. "The Beginning of the Creation of God." HIS ONLY BEGOTTEN SON. Pastor Russell Quote's Scriptural Au thority Proving That the Looos Was the First and the Last, the Beginning and the Conclusion, of Jehovah's Croatlon, Philadelphia, Pa., .Tnnunry 15. Pas Cor Russell preach ed, yestcrdny from Iho text, "In tho foeglnulng was tho Word (Logos) nnil llio Word (rogos) wu8 with the God nml the Word (Lo- (f&Tofc'KPsaEuSj cos) was o God. Tho namo was In tho beginning with tho God. By him wore nil things rondo-and without him was not iiuyllilng' inndo that was made" (John 1,1, 2). Ho Bald: A week ago we canflldorod tho tlmo wh...

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. — 17 January 1911

5 "tiiry&VVWWWHf "w " fB"? ' y'f'W Tf-J-p'. TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE 8EVCN J',iVvH""JW",""'ll' "" l"P""ti"il-'l"fH(W3HWljJl B r WATCHMAN FIGHTS WITH THR Most Exciting Pitched Battle In Utica Early Friday Morning Three Hen Attempt To Rob Postoflice And Are Discovered Night Watchman Peat By Who Shoots One Of The Robbers Through Breast Newark Officer Also Battles W.th The "Yeggs" But Burglars Escape And Reach Columbus . Utlca, O., Jan. 13 Three yeggmen attempted to tobthe Utica postofflce at 2 o'clock this morning, but were dis covered In the act of trying to pry open a window and Gome exciting shooting followed In which Night Watchman W. A. Peat shot at the three yeggs five times and succeeded In severely wounding one of the men. One 'obber shot once at the night watchman, but the bullet went wild and Mr. Peat escaped unharmed. The yeggmou did not gain an en trance In tho postofflco. It was about 2 o'clock this morning as Night Watchman Peat was nearlng...

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. — 17 January 1911

-'"tss- - wt -y. ; y' iv swf i (.- if s" v 'araKn,"Ffli7i'f" '' T'jiwrf jf-y; tmmtJitUV""" in sxSj;a(r.-i,iZiMH lpwwr rfcJ-VPflflP' "M'fflU' Tt1"" " t --'"- II" --- - -IT tWSiDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 THE DWTtfACm.ATTa rawmf.w, PAGE mv IWJHUMIM4'R Mlli'f UUI" ')?". I lltWIU 1. y " .-rt-r Hf.-tf . i -. - ill. 1 1 , , uiwuiuuwwB.ij.njjijjj ipiuuiju jwwww, .1 mr-imszzssK3rmr,imaimMiimmmmmmmmm ji, i .,- .-. t-. . i ' i i I i i liMMI-U'lj H' I ' IA SHORT LOCALS Butter 2Gc; eggs 34j. i Glough for sewing machines. tf Oom Laundry, 7. N. Main St. tf Funeral emblem's. 'Sharp'sspecialty. Mra. H. L. Pqttlt and -' daughter, Grace, of Columbus, wero called horo en account of tho lllnoas of tho for mer's mother. Mrs. E) Taylor of East Front street. S V '., HhoumatlamT Apply Hanford's Dal Dam. Rub It on, and rub it In thor oughly. Mr. Bonton minor of .Centerburg Say morning. j Mrs. Elizabeth Harwell .returned to her homo In Akron londay morning after a short visit with her brother, Mr. Arthur Ives of t...

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 January 1911

nrnwfv ,r. w,-,, "ip-v "' 'wnf"' i " - : iu vfetntmr PRICE TWO OENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 1911 No. 6 4 ESTABLISHED 183S wtwmp ffxvr Wmtrntmifc M V K MANY CONTESTS 10 Lewis Will Oppose Seati Feetian Latter Will Flglit To End-Convention Of United Mine Work ers Of America Exchanges Greetings With Members Imprisoned In Colorado On Meting Charges Franklin County Commissioners Refuse Emma Hold man Right To Speak In Memorial Hall Columbus, O., Jan. 19. At tho con vention of tho United Mine Workers of America, President Lewis an nounced that the result of votes for officers would not bo announced be fore tomorrow or Saturday. He again requested delegates who were not properly qualified to report at once to tho credentials committee. Preildent Lewis named committees tfar tho convention; the auditing committee ninde Its annual report and tho convention listened to an address by Charles Hogg, former member of congress, and chief coun eel for tho miners of West Virginia, In tho Hl...

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 January 1911

- ot-'. ar ',, n rffi - 1 - n ' ) no MlfM'"''' Mtt2 ywwffyy 1 jiim.hi 'WW .. u& TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 i l'-i I & I kv H r. rD DIVORCES i 3iag!i! By Two Persons In Court Of Common Pleas -Clara L Nye Brings Suit Against Carl H. Nye M Zeita H, Moiiler Against Oemont Moiiler fxceptlons To An Account Heard By J;dge Berry Other items Of interest From The Court House Clara L. Nye has commenced a suit for dlvorco In tho court of common picas court of Knox county against Carl II. Nyo. Tho plaintiff states thoy wore married August 26, 1003, In Kit. Vornon and that ono sou was born to them, Charles P. Nyo. Tho plain tiff charges tho defendant with habit ual drunkonncsB for moro than three years. Sho alno charges gross-neglect and cruelty and says that a numbor of times tho defendant threatened to tako her Ufa and that for her own safety sho wob compollod to leave tho defendant on Doccmbor 20, 1908, at Lako City, .Mich., whero thoy woro liv ing and return to...

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 January 1911

mfwwmmwmimmm fwmfmm mmiwmmwwmi FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PA8K THtMN SUITS Brought By Two Residents Of West iiigti Street To Enjoin The Collection Of A Special Assessment Charged Against The Property for Street Paving Mt. Vernon Boy Taken Back To industrial School Other Nutes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice ' Two suits have beon filed In the court of common pleas of Knox coun ty against the City of Mt. Vernon and John E. Stonebrook, treasurer of of Knox county, to enjoin tho county treasurer from collecting the special assessment for tho paving of West High street, alleging that tho property has not been benollted by said Im provement, but on tho othor hand cer tain roporty has been damaged by said improvement. Tho suits are brought by James D. Graham against tho city asking that tho defendant be enjoined from col lecting tho special assessment on lot No. 279 on. West High streot and the second suit is brought by John H. Ransom to cnjcln tho collection of the ...

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 January 1911

'mmr.v UAattflUfawwi'1 " AQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011 m K t ir. & , MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor fsiom 1 -"V7KT OO lacl y & MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Hate $1.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, 0., post- ofllco as second class mall inattor. THE SUNDAY POSTOFFICE LWoman's National Dally Tho movement on tho part of the clorks nnd carriers to havo tho post ofllco closed on Sunday la ontltlod to most ponslderoto ottontlon. Tho prin ciple of a Sunday cossatlon from la bor, with Us opportunity for church nttendanco or other way to epond the tlma In recuperating both mind nnd body for tho toll of tho coming week, is ono which should bo as unlvorsally applied no possible Tho postal em ploye ha3 his rights in tho matter the samo ns other workers. Tho gonernl bonoflt that comos to society from Sabbath observation, or cessation from labor, would bo as much promoted by Sunday closing of tho postoulco aB by tho closing of any other placo whoro...

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 January 1911

'jw ''VUfWJ" l"iJ1lfAi",TlTwT!f,,('T'iTfTn' "W Tr5'!" i"iiTinw r- nrofmHr K FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 THE DTJMOORATTO BANTrF.ft PAQC SCVK. ML VERNON Men file A Suit In Mansfield For lias Pipe Used Which They Claim Was Never Paid For Items Of Interetf From The Probate Court PROGRAM For The Memorial Services (If Joe Hooker Post Marriage Licenses Issued And The Deed Record MansDoId Nowal J. D. Wnlght and Prank O. Levor ing, partners doing business In Ohio under the namo and stylo of Walght & Lovoring, havo begun suit In com mon pleas court against iho Jefferson Oil & Gas company, W. J. Geer, W. A. Kappe, E. M. Gardnor and T. K. Berry. Tho plaintiffs allcgo that on Jan. 18, 1903, they sold and delivered to tho Jefferson OH & Gas company 1, 31C feet of flvo and throe-sixteenths casing for tho sum of 30 conth per foot amounting to tho sum of $394.80. The dofendant, tho Jefferson Oil & Gas company, agreed to pay plalntlfls said eum therofor. Tho other de fondants aro stockho...

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 January 1911

ygWywyw'ifiiMiiiMgj'.wwwtwiiiiiaiiw.wMiwwg ., iimril !' iww ' -r-- auMrlKW - -ympi i t ,, ,.,., AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011 ' l1 .- ipi!W"j'W'iiii'fi'i'1.;' :.'? 'MJ,.1"1.,!'.."1"1 ' fnii1' .'J.1 ,:.". ' i r"irnr uiiif)r-nrrrprriiiuriiiirrriTrTiTTi(triiiiMiMiiioiliTiTmnrirT'WfrriTi(tliii(tf ''; i',i 71 ; ' ' ' 'ct'A.::'..- r-" :- r '2,1'" 1 J ",'.,:", .',: ',"" ""m"r" ASudden Transformation By R. W. KEENAN CopyrlRht by American I'resi Asao rlntiiin 1911. I wilt ftoni Auicrlia to South Afrk-u. IciivliiK my wife nnd children at Ikoc. I yus ,ruu jluvyn lu lieu I ill. OIscouniKi'd mid felt tluit tin mil; way to pluck up couniKf and jwt on my feet was to light out, li'iivo all cares behind tut ntid ntrlle a new fluid. My wlfe'd fullier on excellciit tnun. by tbt way agreed tu taUt euro of my finally till I could newt for them or return to tbcin restored tu health and pluck. 1 left America nick and disheartened. A muu Hick Is usually u uitiu dlHheurt envd. mid w...

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