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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 20 January 1911

xiymw . 'Hw wy -tyqer " - ''"fr" ""' lBnwM"""1" 1 IT"Tt"1,'"?pijiTrT,TwyTTrr' iywwt(ww'Awvviyv'iriiri') "' fjftr-f FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVKt : eT,'Trp1ll,',",'' FLORIDA And The Sunny Mh Describ ed By Joseph J. Hall A Ml. Vernon Boy Who Is 'Spending Winter There Meets A Large Number Of Former Knox Co. People Who Are Enjoying The Land Of Perpetual Summer Tells Of The Climate, The Crops And The Fruits Klsslmmoo, Fla., Jan. 14. Kdltor of Mt. Vernon Banner Thinking our friends In Mt. Vernon might bo Interested In our recent trip and tour of Florida, I begin by stating our party was composed of 43 people, mado Up between Pittsburg, Pa., and Columbus, O. Somo were business men, other.s professional and somo wero farmers, a few being accompan ied by their wives, all were seeking homes In the Southland, where the skips scorn bluer, tho vegetation more beautiful and the breezes more gent lo than In Ohio, where one can enjoy the winter through In a climate Just ...

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 January 1911

MfiauMdWMiiiMiiMHriM IMMWWMMWWWWIftWWiMiiTl'r(tiwiiiliiin i . r ,-fVrfr i w HFjpr,p r r""J n "1 V"' -t ipr',7W,,T"-1-' S VMS tlQMT THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNXR fRIDAV, JANUARY ftO, 1111 v,,ipTa iprvr'MiTST'' If i iu if iK . HAD CATARRH : BH&v Meeloson : Uplllp Pe-ru-na i iiiiilllBlWl' Relief INF Ex-CONCRESSMAN MEEKISON COMMENDS PE-RU-NA. " ivo used several bottles of l thereby from my catarrli of the head. ' uae It a Bliort time longer I will bo thirty years' standing. "-David Alccklson. OTHER REMARKABLE CASES. Mr. Jacob Tj. Davis, Galona, Slono county, Mo., writes : "I havo boon in bad tieaUh for thlrtysovon yours, and after taking twolvo bottlos of your Foruna 1 ua onrod." Mr. O. N. l'olorson, 182 South Main St., Oounoll Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "1 cannot toll you how much good Foruna lias dono mo. Constant confinement "to my storo began to loll on my hoaltb, and I folt that I woa gradually breaking town. I triod Bovoralromodlos, but obtained no pormauont rollof until I took Fe una. I f...

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. — 24 January 1911

ir 'V JP, Mr. ..J. J4; tvmtt ttttiuer 3. -M &BIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY); JANUARY 24, 19il No, 7 & ESTABLISHED 1836 m. . B r SAY OUR National Labor Bureau Collects teresting Figures America Leads In Deatlis-In Twenty Years Fatalities Reach Appalling Number Of 29,000, While Kate In One Decade is 3.13 Per 1,000 Employes-Investigation Reveal Fact That Child Labor Laws Are In differently Enforced And Many Children Killed Waahlngon, Jan. 23. From a re port made by tho bureau of labor It la learned that more than 29.000 fatal accidents occurred In tho coal mines of North America In the 20 years which ended with the year 11)08. In tho docado ending with 1906 the averago fatality rato In North Amer ica was 3.13 per 1,000, which was higher than tho fatality rato In any other Important coal field In the world. In tho United Kingdom tho rato was 1.29 per 1,000 employes; la Austria, 1.35; In France.JL.81. and in Prussia, 2.13. "The full extent of tho risk in .coal -mining In...

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. — 24 January 1911

, ,-w I " (r,"rij, VifoiMiKmMmmwmft&trviww&vwMa Wiigtiiapttta miiwmwnnmtmiimiiiUi ,.i.iii'.ihihvHi'OMHW imHnnmmifnvnmHMminiHmiNMnimm ijK0iKmjfmtumfii i ii AUfc. BIX THE DEMOORATIO BANNER TUEODAY, JANUARY 24, lAlt f-jyt r WHAT IS MAN? Pastor Russell Agrees With Bob by Burns That "A Man's a Man For A' That." nrc (rue? Ask nn.v spiritualist! Ho will tell you. nt very moil. Unit lie be lieves some of them lire holiest, or will tell you sorrowfully that mime of thuin hiivo lied to him time ami ukkIii; and If he he tin ndrum-ed niul expe rienced Bptitt uullst he will tell that nt time mime of (bono evil splrlw hnve mnde nil uiunner of vile hukkcs tloim to him. Hut he will tell also that at llrst It wiih not so; Instead he wan nt llr.il told Unit he should pruy more ami read the Scriptures more. Afterward he wits Jeered ut and mocked and told that the Scriptures rtulTntn N. Y Jnn- ' were nonsense nnu inui iuuiuuk" uary 22. I'astor there N a God the lniiulrcr Is too rone Uusscll" nd...

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. — 24 January 1911

'-irvr 'W vr-rfi srv -! i HVJ" rf V tUKSSAYi JANUAHY SM, 1911 THIS DSMOOEATIO BANNER vfr5 PAGE 8EVKN " '" tr W SPEAKER WANTS COURT DECISION Vtalng Still Has Doubts as to . SessLn's Legality. TEMPERANCE TEST VOTE FAILS Senator Dean Proposed That His Pet Measure Be Sent t6 Municipal Af fairs Committee, but Accepted Amendment That It Go to Temper ance Committee Public Utilities Measure Contemplates Enlarging Powers of Railway Commission. Washington, Jan. 20. At a meet ing of. tho Democratic membors-clcct Champ Clark was unanimously nomi nated as speaker of tho house of tho Sixty-second congrcsB. Tho ac tion of tho caucus Insures Mr. Clark's election when the bouse convenes next December. The caucus produced n sensation in tho form of a resolution throwing Itepresentatlve-olcct Thoron Akin of the Twenty-fifth New Vork district out of tho Democratic party. Tho resolution was adopted with a whoop. Akin used to be a Republican, but ran on an Independent ticket In the Twinty-flfth district ...

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. — 24 January 1911

iftiiiiiirtwiiiiiWi iv nAQE l-UUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, itit I J ' S I- ii H W ' gismnv MOUNT VRRNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor Hr i- W ook.lT 6 MONUMENT SQUARE . Subscription Unto $1.60 por yoar. - ii i t ' ' Entered nt tlio Mt. Vornon, O., post ofn.ee as second class mall matter. SUCCESS In Every Detail Was The Poultry Sliow Mince In The Treasury For Next Year Saturday ovonlng markod tlio clos ing of tho Knox County Pot Stock and Poultrv Association show which was hold In tlio Sapp building nt tho foot of Main street. Tho show was by far the Iargo.it and most nuccosstul ovor hold In tho county nnd ranks among tho first In tho Bt.ato. Tho at tondanco during Saturday was tho largest of tho wook, Just about ono thousand paid ndmlsslons bolng ro corded at tho door. Tho total attend nnco dining tho wook wao 3,500 ac cording to tho ostlmalo of those In chnrgo, making n receipt of $350 on ndmlsnlon foes Mono. Hvory oxponso wns mot by tho association and a com fortabl...

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. — 24 January 1911

VWJ ' HjerwtV'w' "wjFHjmijiwn'-fl.-'rfppf-;'. TUESDAY, JANUArW &4, 1911 Jill ,Ml...1ILJIJ.lllilM . . THE DEMOCRATIC BAXNIR PAM nv "-"J--"-' i; ft r rt MEHOttf AL Services Conducts By Joe Hooker Post, ft L it. In Memory Of Cormades Who Died During Year The Services Sunday After noon Largely Attended By Relatives And Friends Of Deceased Members List Of Those Who Answered final Roil Call Tho annual momorlal services of Joo Hooker Post, No. 21, O. A. R., woro held In to Q. A. It. ball on Sunday aft ernoon. This ovont 13 held in honor and memory of tho men who fought and died during tho war of tho robot lion and who have passed to tho Great Beyond. The attendance on Sunday afternoon was very large, a nurabor of persons being compelled to stand in tho rear of tho hall and In the aisles. A large number of Indies were pres cnt to hear and witness the sorvlces which were very impressive from start to finish. To see the thin ranks of the old soldiers as thoy sit around their officers In t...

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. — 24 January 1911

""ni ljllWE i-ay " "-w $- w "'p '"''"WtfJ r ' ' '" ; v--" " """'n i$Tr'vnwHw ....jj. .n,mumnmnMimmmmmmmmmwiimu i iiMimininwwwwM W I r fl two THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, January 24, 1911 J r inn R r if, f r SHORT LOCALS ltr. D. M. FIdior of Putlor, Ohio, fra&t Friday in Mt. Vornon on busl- Lincoln cards on tale at Penn's. kr. Qoorgo Mltcholl toft Saturday Qorntng for Sulphur Springs, Ohio, k business. Dr. F. L. Slngroy wont to North Lib tfty Saturday morning on profession W business. Mr. It. K. nichard of Kocbeslor, Pa., $ent Friday In this city, the guost tit friends. Buy Sunday Plain Dealer at Penn's. Mrs. Sliorraun Blubaugh of Danvlllo fcpent Friday In ML Vornon, tho guest r rolatlros. Mrs. J. F. Shrontz 13 confined to fcor homo In Mnrtlnsburg by a sovcro feltack of illness. Mis? Ilelon McFarland of Coshoc ton is spending several days with rel atives In Danvlllo. Popular sheet music 19c per copy At Penn's. Mr. Curtis Stono of North Main Btroot spent Friday afternoon in Co '...

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. — 24 January 1911

'yf(r WtpW"5 '"" ' TJ """ rTpgw"r -j,i$;vr'v$v7qn:7?' i '- " , ,wfv'' T "" " ' " ", " "Knr acmeeT'- "3fP!" if')Pi r" TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAUe. THNK h i. SUICIDE Of Charles S, Snow, Former Recorder Of Knox Co,, At The Davidson Hotel, Co lumbus, Friday Evening Took Large Amount Of Mor phine To End His Life No Cause Is Assigned For The Rash Act Deceased . Was Born And Raised At Danviiie, 0. Charles S. Snow, recorder of Knox county for two terms, committed sul ctde at the Davidson Hotel, Colum bus, Friday afternoon by taking mor phine. The cause of the rash act Is not known, as Snow had not been In the habit of using morphine. Mr. Snow went to Columbus a day or so ago and arrived at the Davidson Hotel Wednesday night. Ho register ' ed as "M. L. Lltzenberg, Columbus," and was assigned a room by the night clerk. Snow did not leavo his room after leglstorlng. A maid, employed at the hotel, call ed at his room Friday noon to straight en things In the room, but Sn...

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. — 24 January 1911

WmBSmimmMmmmmtmmmmMmmii mmmmmmmtmmm HtfytaMAii &m&wmmwVniMi,,V'?KAr: -niWTMiwwwutivtuMirtm WHIlMIlllll ZXX2!X&lSlimiWiW(m$, l-i If f m :i J .i w$n- p lit ; i V f nit ! i r t t )ftMMEJHT lfrMN KILL ONE ANOTHER? ' The end of 7W would not moan tho of combat Man muat strugglo to lst, to oxcol, to progress. Ho wages -intellectual contests ovor philosophy, politics and religion. HIb sclonco vrl&s truly glorious victories over na ture, Evon it occnslounl war Is Inevi table, as consorvatlvo or motionless mtads arguo, do wo advlso physlcans t abandon their attack on consump Uoa and their study of cancer be caubo a certain amount of discaso "will always exist? A gardener does sot ccaso to pull up woeds because thoy Inevitably tend to reappear. What most stands in the way of uni versal poaco today is ,not any material interest sufficient to JuBtlfy war, but tho prcstlgo which It has always had. Tho million .simple, virtuous deeds of lally life, which give to life Its value, do ...

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 January 1911

i n f r i jJ 5 "M tH0Jt? titter f V MT. VERNON, O., FBIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911 No, 8 i i. . PRIOE TWO-CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 She to L , J 3 l! BRIBERY STORY WILL NO? DOWN i .. West Virginia legislator Said To , Have Flashed Roll Democrats Get Down To Business And Elect Chilton And Watson To United States Senate Despite Charge That Money Was Used in Caucus-Successful Can didates Appear And Say They Do Not Want Togas Be smirched Id Slightest Manner Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 26. Dele rate Moore, Republican, at the ses sion of the legislature offered a res olution asking (or tbo postponement of the election of senators for llf teen days -until charges of bribery could bo Investigated. Tbo resolu tion rlso stated it' was rumored that Delegate Shock had been given $1, 000 and w.s promised $1,000 mora, and that'Shock had shown themon ey he bad received to William Q. Bonnott and John W. Davis. Ho asked immediate consideration, but this was voted down. A, motion wa3 then made to cumpol ,alLof 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. — 27 January 1911

:,f MnVWKBft'ff rTt? ! rsajjjjpsssac V T1 " f PVr-'l'pi'f r T3f iMK 1 T " TnT fiK TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 1911 Ww&ZrvFJfwlW "aaVT.. .' JuiJftMiJI I) i ; '. qt. . . . . ,j. ,. . 4, ,j, 4. . . fredericktown 4. . !! ! j !!! j j $ j j Tho folowlng Is what tho Blrmlng vfcMQ, Alabama, Dally Loader ban to -feay concerning Rov. Thos. Hambly of Mb placo who la touring In tho south: Two powerful sormon8 woro preach fe by Ror. Thomaa Hambly, of Fred ricktown, 0., at Simpson Methodist Episcopal church on Sunday. The text tot tho morning sormon wob from tho "3d chapter of Second Samuel. A character sermon, tho subject of Which was Denalah, a captain of Dav id's, who went down into a pit nnd -Slow a lion. In tlmo of snow. Tho Epworth league sorvlco at G:30 "was devoted to' tho Epworth Herald and many good things wcro Hald for ho official organ of tho Epworth "league. At 7:30 Dr. Hambly's sermon was roni a text in Luko, tho story of tho -importunate blind man of Jorlcho, w...

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. — 27 January 1911

tljglljmrvrr-wfvnrfr' P.-WWVJjtMlll WljfS jiwiT!?(!V,R"' FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAGE THUM kABMiKH -"Tiiy yw; ,' IMfff'WW JW'Nftll'jy WV """Wff 'IpWiil ' ' -W '"J ' ' "l-Iy'?iyw" r'Jir,''r'-r"g w TAXATON The Theme Of Much Interest I: At Columbis Expect' To Hold Hate Down To 1 Per Cent Mineral Properly To.Be List ed At Valuation Thus Adding 4200,000,000 To The Tax Duplicate The State Tax Commission Will M Chase Shadow Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 23 With the appointment of an expert by the State Tax Commission to hunt out and place $200,000,000 of mineral property, which has been escaping the assesses, on the tax duplicate, another Important stop will bo taken toward obtaining a 1 per cent, tax rato fn Ohio. Gover nor H-irinon has said tho now rato must not exceed 1 per cent, tho people want that low levy, and the Stato Tax Commission, whose investigation will largely determlno the now rato, is pro ceeding on the theory that tho levy will bo 1 per cent. When tho Govern...

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 January 1911

tHSi .... ..qtr!.. PAQE i-UUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 2TL 1911,. if Ik h MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRAK HARPER, Editor Boml-V7ooll.JV 6 MONUMENT SQUARE (Subscription Rate Jl.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post ofHco as second class mall matter. MACCABEES Holding A State Convention ; In Mt. Vernon INSPECTION MING Grand Lodge Officers Are In Attendance A stato convention ot tho KnlghtB of the Maccabees 1b bolng hold In Mt. Vernon. The convontlon oponod In tho K. O. T. M. hall Thursday nf tor-1 noon with a number ot dologatos pres ent nnd a largo representation from Mt. Vernon Tont. At this convention delegates to tho stalo convontlon will ho chosen. Great Commnndor Kdwnrd Tj. Young of Norwnlk nnd Groat Record Koop or Georgo II. Scott of Tolodo, aro in attendance at tho convontlon In this city. Tonight a class of 25 candidates will bo received Into tho ordor, the work being done by Mt. Vornon Tout. Of Mt. Zlon Lodge On Wed nesday Evening By District Lecturer Rawllng...

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 January 1911

"y FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BAN2CER PASS FtV .-ivJTj3fy ' I i I it S AWARDS Made At Hie Exhibition Given last Week By Knox Co. Poultry And Pet Stock Association Several 01 The Silver .Cups Left The City Remarkable Scoring Oh Some Of The Birds Award Not Yet Made Of The PjiiloCup Aftor 'several days of hard toll, the force of .clerks employedXby Knox County Poultry and Pet Sto'ck associ ation have succeeded in discovering from tho chaos of scoro, cards just which fanciers won tho valuablo pre miums. Three of tho silver cups, as far as Is knjDwn, loft the city. Mr. Claud Coo of Mansfield won tho $25 silver cup offerod by tho Mt. Vernon Clt-1 izens Association for the hlghost scor ing pen Jn tho show. Tho ?25 cup presented by tho A. J. Henley jew elry store for the ten highest scoring birds of one vnrloty in tho bIiow wont to Mr. Frank Fetter of Newark. Mr. C. C. Smith of Mansfield won the $25 cup offered by the Poultry association for tho bird having tho leasts cuts for ...

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 January 1911

' 'Ti"--,,- S3giTW3ry.rrrtta AUb SIX THE DEMOORATIO BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911 ""'tui'li'j 'i .WW' H" "'" r.V" LOCKING Children In Houses When The Parents Go Out Should Be A Felony Says Fire Marshal Annual Report Is Filed Will) The Governor Columbus, O., January 24 Stnto Flro Mnrshnl Jolin W. Hubor Mod his annual report with Govornor Harmon showing that In the year 1910 n total - -of $30,133 wiib expended by hla de partment, of which $40,028 wont for - salaries for deputies. Tho balanco on natulan tho state troasury to tho crod It of tho department amounts to $7, 428. The amount Tecolvod on January 1C, 1911, through tho tax on flro InBur nnco companies, togelhor with tho balanco on hnnd, will nlvo tho depart ment a total of $70,851 upon which to work. As tho ro3ult otluvoHllgatlons by tho forco tho total . convictions amounted to 30, and at tho closo of tho year there were 38 casos ponding. Of tho convictions tho motives of tho arsonists wero thcro: I'yroman laca, 10; mallco or...

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 January 1911

wr Ity-trw),'" ,? t '-T"" 'Kf r' wjmmf' FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8EVEft y--""?Tri-v,Tirtr');-' f t & tV DRYS AND WETS INHOTJEBATE Large Crowd Attends Public Hearing on Dean Bill. COSHOCTON COUNTY FEATURED Opponents of Rosa County Opt'on Law State That Its Operation Has Resulted In 300, Per Cent Increase In Drunkenness Many Orators Present Temperance Side of Issue. Senator Isaac Huffman to Spring NovO Canal Rehabilitation Plan. Columbus, O,, Jan.. 24. The sen ate chamber was filled to overflow ing when the tempernnco committee held a public hearing on the Dean bill to amend the Roso county option law so as to permit cities to decide for themselves the wet or dry question. Two Cincinnati men presented the side of the liberal forces, C. Homer Durand represent Ing the Personal Liberty league, uud James' Woods, a labor leader. It was declared thai the Roso law had been a failure. The Instance of Co shocton county was quoted. There, It was claimed, arrests h...

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. — 27 January 1911

.., jUlJLtlikhuJ - ' . 3 j,tf wn - ,, , "n ' iiiiiw'hU MMWiiMWiHKlBWaMMW.1 waWwuwwwuam MfajftUVOIMMIIrMi ''iA'P 'f " ASfc EIGHT ',1 IJg THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER fr-RIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1911 1 r t b r t. h f 3 5 V hi HARDY WHITLOCK Important Witness In Dan villa Vote-Buying Scandal. WILL DIG GOAL FOR HIS LBVBN lewis, Defeated By White, Says It Is Back to the Pick. SHAKES HAND OF SUCCESSOR Retiring President or the United Mine Workers of America Declares Thero Will Be No Contest When He Attends Next Convention as Ocletjate Iowa Miner Has 26,744 Majority Over Ohio Opponent. Aged Delegate Dies In Hospital. Cofumbua, O., Jan. 20. John 1. Whlto of Oskaloosu, la., wns elected president of tlio United Mine Work ra of America by a mitjoitty of 2(i, T43Vi votes oer ThomaB L. howls of Crldgcport, O., who linn hold the of Ecu for tho past three yours, Frank J. Huycs of Springfield, 111., was re-elected vice president over IS. 8. McCullough or Day City, Mich., by majority of 18,3701, and ICdwin Perry...

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. — 31 January 1911

k It, 1 mmtx JPBIOE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1911 No. 9 ESTABLISHED 1836 wtmtxttli m TiT r QUICKLY AVENGE BRUTAL CRIME Loulsi ill's Mob Sher flang Him To Limb 01 Tree-Complete Self-Imposed Task By Riddling Body With Bullets-Victim Had Betray ed Trust Imposed In Him By Family That Befriend ed Him In Youth And Makes Afroclous Assault On i Eight-Year-Old Oaughter While Parents Are Away Now Orleans, Jan. 30. Ono or tho most atrocious crimes over commit ted In this state was avenged when tho body or a negro, riddled with bullets, was left swinging rrom atrco in tho woods of St. Tammany parish. Ono or the many homeless little negro boys to be found In every vil lage In tho south, he was taken Into tho home of Honry Miller, n promi nent sawmill man, and tor the er rands ho was able to do, was given food and lodgings. When bo grew to young manhood he remained with tho family, and ono of his duties was to help amuse tho baby girl. Thus trusted, "Wash" was allowed to com...

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. — 31 January 1911

&fV "fOUST?" 'ft'' iM WiB iJfiWW'WwwiWW'ftwWiSifcB'wnBKw"W p ?miuguu MMtommiSitei utiif ti AK TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JANUARY 31, 191? f PJ i $ In. li V TWO BILLS DEAL WITH ELECTION Hamilton County Representative Seeks Many Reforms, WOULD ABOLISH PARTY EMBLEM One of the Measures to Do Intro duced by Bruce Provides For Adop tion of Modified Massachusetts Ballot Other Throws Additional Restrictions Around Registration, Providing For Description of Elec tor, Name of Employer, Etc. Columbus, O., Jan. 27. Represen tative E. K. Druco, Domoerat, ot Hamilton county, will lntroduco two f tho biggest election lerorui meas ures of tho present session. Tho first mcaBuro provides for tho modified Massachusetts ballot, which will qo away with tho party em lilcms, tho circle and tho party col umn. It will also cllmlnato tho par ty designation In tbo election of oounty, municipal and judicial ow ners. Tho party designation will bo retained ou the state and national tickets. Tho other...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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