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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 31 January 1911

uiojyy " vnf Hcwy wwniwyyiBffi'fl nwmM'yfwt TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRMJ tl BLOCKED By Democratic Senators Was Republican Plan To Defeat The Purposes Of Judicial Hill To Remove From Politics Election Of Judges The Senate Passed The Bill As Introduced And It Will Have Easy Sail ing In The llmiii: Columbus, 0 Jan. 2S Democrats In the Ohio Senato blocked a well laid plan of Republican members to defeat the purposes of the measure by en abling political parties to load up ju dicial tickets with favorites, when they voted down an amendment by Senator Johnson, Republican of Cin cinnati, and then 'passed the Reynolds non-partisan judiciary bill a party measure by a vote of 25 to 7. The most gratifying fact shown In tho roll call, Is that every Democratic member voted for tho measure. It shows thore Is a harmonious relation between Governor Harmon and Demo cratic Senators, and that they will line up solidly behind tho executive, who is urging adoption of tho re...

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. — 31 January 1911

.TifTTWItora "l .il.ltliiM-,l.li,, ,,,fw.r,m.-m.mr.iu..w , r r. f - t '6rt0tulv'M!"-u'' waraMsWMmHM PASE k'UUR r . THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, JANUARY 31, 1911 !E ii T m twmm inmim iI1Wi , mm ill ' t f ',01 1 1' i, ? v ,v M ' '; : J11 MOUNT VKRNOIS. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Snnol-V ookl v 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.60 per year. IIIIM II M I !. Entered nt the Mt. Vornon, O., post office as second class mall matter. To Be The Star On The Ken yon Tennis Teim Gambler, O., Jan. 30 Tho Konyon tennis schedules shows that Kcnyon will havo a splendid list of attractions this year. Maily and Beatty will be the principal members of tlio team. In asmuch as Marty Is champion of Ohio and Beatty runnorup In the West Vir ginia tournament, thoy should havo lit tle trouble winning all of tholr match es. The Bchedulo Is as follows: May 13 Michigan at Oamblor. May 19 Wooster at Gambler. May 20, Kcnyon plays In the Inter collegiate championships at Delaware. DcnlBon and Wcslcyan will als...

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. — 31 January 1911

TUESDAV, JANUARY 31, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAK riv H Jl I "SPORT" Was The Husband According To The Wife In HeOnswer In Divorce Proceeding Elvira Newell Sues Benj. F. Newell For Divorce Wedding Ceremony Perform ed At The Court House Other items Of interest From Temple Of Justice (Mansfield Nows) An answer has been filed In com mon pleas court In tho dlvorco caso of Carl Schraahl vs. Roslna Sckmahl. Tho answering defendant says that tho plaintiff has at all times dressed himself In the helghth of the modes and fashions of the day, being a tailor and men's suit maker by occupation, while ho compelled his wife, the de fendnnt, to wear tho coarsest kind of clothes, made of cheap material. That tho plaintiff during all of their mar lied life arrayed in clothes of the most modern Btyle and cut, acted the part of a gallant, while ho compelled de fondant to remain at homo and take caro of their children, dressed In tho poorest kind of clothing and with tho cheapest kind of apparel. She ...

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. — 31 January 1911

immHWMwuuiunmtiMmm MinwTOawwgmwwww "C"'vi"' w AUb SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1911 mwaM BunM il ir It I I I; i 4 t r i 1 i V l" n r, r,f cum laid To Half Of losliocton By Texas Man (Coshocton Ago A man down In Toxas has laid 'dalm to about half of the land on which tho city of Coshocton now stands. L. L. Williams, of Blooming ton, Texas, has written a letter to Prosecutor Geo. D. Kloln, stating that ho Is a grandson of Charloy Williams, who Is said to have klckod King Louis Phllllpo out of tho Williams tavorn on Water strecet many years ago. Tho Texas man feels suro ho has a good claim to most of Coshocton and ho Is ready ttf bring suit If necessary to liavo his tltlo established by tho court. Prosecutor Klein took tho matter up with Rov. Win. B. Hunt, whoso book, entitled "Coshocton Historical Collections" Is recognized authority on all such subjects. Rov. Hunt Is of the opinion that Charley Williams did not own anything llko tho amount of tho land that tho Toxas...

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. — 31 January 1911

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SKVKrt U rt tr .; PRINCE LUCIFER OF OLD NOW PRINCE OF DEMONS Pastor Russell Finds Much In the Bible on Satan's Past, Present and Future Washington, D. O.. Jnn. 2l).-rnstur ItllHSull lldlll'L'ABUd I urge nudlcnccs twice today tu Con volition Hall nml u I so In Masoulc Temple. He hud use a t ton t Ion LIMifeTQ) from very Intelli gent congregations. We report Ills address on Satan, the rebel uugel. Doubtli'hH many of the audience wero surprlsi-d when (old that Sntnn Is not In soine far-off place stoking tires a nil torturing human or other victims, but that lie la proetit umongst men, an In visible angel of evil, ably supported in his work as an adversary of God by IcgloiH of other fallen uugol.s, of whom be Is a master "I'rlnce of demons," either bevaine of his superiority of, na ture, or because of bclouging to n high er rank or grade tiiau tiie ordinary an gel. It was a surprise to many to learn that Satan, so far from being III f...

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. — 31 January 1911

" PPMBHBiaagiaBatABirrWI,tllllWlllllJW.MWIW':llWlMiWW nMHMMmMHMM&mmuiimmiuwmbW!iimvuiamimtttJi n ,..,.. iti, .1 .,i-..; 1,1 .in in i l i linn ma 9JH. TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 19tT I a IS A ': B M h ( I 'i li' & . I'fi - TO THUD NUMBER -M lelsvcn Concert Goorse Tuesiay EveslDg At M. P. Ctiurob Tho Bollharz Eutortnlnors will ap pear as tho third nurabor on tho Do Xeron Concert Courao at tho M. E. church Tuosday ovonlng tit 8 o'clock. Mr. Hollharz, ns an Impersonator, needs na Introduction to tho peoplu t Mt. Vernon, as his rondttion ol "Tho Hooslor Schoolmaster" at tho Baptist Assombly last summer, so 7loascd his nudlcnco that thoy aro de lighted to learn of his return engage ment. Mr. Dollharz Is very nbly assisted by his wife who has a bonutlful con tralto voice. Tho combination of those two nr lists will produco a program which 43 sure to ploaso tho most critical audience A NEW CONTEST Is On At The rioza Bowling Alleys This Week A new gamo or contost h...

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. — 3 February 1911

HM KWaMMMWMtlWWy HWW iWWWMiwrWliMW.'1MiMiUi M WM j f i Hun mmi i tyrw wwpww HHu iiMimif WwMj-i mmm ii v 3SJBHMMB 89 tttutjcre PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 1911 No. 10 ESTABLISHED 1836 TOttttjer, wp ib l. k K DYNAMITE EXPLODED THIRTY ARE KILLED Most Thrilling Scene Occurs In New York City Manhattan Shaken to Foundation. FELT LIKE EARTHQUAKE Pedestrians Showered by Glass From Skyscrapers. MYSTERY SHROUDS CAUSE Portions of Human Bodies Found In Rigging of Ships-Tug Boat Captain Blown Through Pilot ' House and Killed. New York, Fob. 2. Plvo million peoplo weie nftccted as by an earth QuaUo when 10 tons or dynamite were exploded on the Jersey wator front Radiating trom the North river and Pier 7 In the Jersey Central freight terminal In Communlpaw, tho concussion rocked Manhattan from end to end. Jersey trembled for many miles back ot the marshes. Away out in Long Island peoplo started up In trembling buildings and thought It was an earthquake. Everywhere tho solldest ...

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. — 3 February 1911

FRIDAY, FEDRUARY 3, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE KEVRft fc ? & fl w Slltllll' LOCALS Mm. Waltor d. I'ylo was a visitor In Columbus on Tuosdny. Mr. Arthur Wnltbn wont to Colum bun TUosday iiftornoon on buslnoss, Jurtgo J. D, Walght was In Columbus Tuosdny iiftornoon on legal business. Mr. M. E. Lytlo of North Main stroot mado a business trip to 0am blor Tuesday mornln. Mr. 0. II. Saundors of Wheeling, W. Va., mado a business visit In Mt. Vernon Mondays Mr. A. D. Murplly of Jamestown, N. Y., spent Monday In Mt. Vernon at tending to somo business matters. Mr. Allen Mofflt of this city went to Gambler Tuesday morning on bus iness. Llttlo Miss Ellon Kerst is much bet ter after a sovero lllnoss. Mr. Clyde Scott of Danvlllo Is vis iting nls parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Scott, Marlon streot. ' Dr. II. W. Blair wont to Columbus Tuosday morning to attend to somo matters of buslnoss. Miss Ada O'Brien of Mt. Vernon Is spending sovoral days In Howard, the guest of friends. Messrs. Jacob Pop...

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. — 3 February 1911

f'AGE fOUR THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1011 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oml-W ooltly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato $1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post offlco as second class mall matter. . J. J .. J J. . J J .J I 4 4. FAIRVIEW ! l l J J l Earl Weavor and wlfo aro moving to their homo noar Mt. Vornon this week. Hupert Sherman of Alloghony, Pa., visited his parents Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. D. D. Smith of Mt. Vornon re turned homo Monday aftor a fow days' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hort Wostbrook of Utlca spent Sunday with Grandma Weaver. Marlon Dcnnlson and wife, nro an ticipating moving to tholr now home near Marongo In tho noar future Mr. and Mrs. Ilownrd Shorman lof. Wednesday for Newport, Ky., whore . Ilownrd has nccoptcd a position in a creamery. Mrs. Frank Rowo spent a fow days with her daughter Kouth of llomor last week. A numbor from horo nro nttondlng tho corn show at Columbus. Mrs. A. F. Oldnkcr Is spending n fow dayB...

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. — 3 February 1911

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Zt 1011 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER PAK ww h &' V t COMMITTEES Named By President Of Woman's Christian Ass'n, To Have Charge Of Work Dilring Ensuing Year Several New Members Re ceived into Association List Of Donations To The Home During January The Report Of The Matron Given At The Meeting The regular monthly meeting of tho Woman's Christian Association was hold Wednesday afternoon at tho Homo for tho Aged. A vote of thanks Is extended to tho physicians of tho town who havo so kindly donated their servjees at tho Homo. One now namo was added to tho membership, that of Irs. Noble Weir, Jr. Tho presldont, Mrs. J. D. Sellers, an nounced tho committees for tho yoar, as follows: Finance Committee Mrs. A. D. Bunn, Mrs. W. D. Brown ing, Mrs. J. M. Ewalt and Miss Lavlna Israel. Relief Committee Miss Anna Barr, Mrs. Leandor Hays, Mrs. John Itansom, Mrs. A. F. Stauf for, Mrs. Horace Baldwin, Miss Addlo Kolly. Kindergarten Committee Miss Mattlo Fowler, Miss Elizabeth Rchrcr, Mi...

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. — 3 February 1911

iL HWf'i' "Mlb SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEDFUMRY 3, 1011 ijjMLujgiuziin.miwmi jsai.LMrxcaBafiSMMsmx-atJ'mwxi v if irvw' MATTERS- Disposed Of In The Court Of Common Picas it The Half-Day Session Held Lost Saturday liie Will Of Joseph HcCorm ick Filed in Probate Also The Will Of The Late Dr. Thomas I Cotton Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice At tho half-day session or common picas court conducted In this city last Saturday by Judgo Charlos W. Sow ard of Ncwajk tho following matters woro disposed of: Strlcltor vs. WoIfoJ-Salo confirmed and deed and distribution ordered. Attorney fees fixed at $77. Reed vs. VansIcUIo Death of Sar -ah Itccd suggested. Uovlvcd In tho namo of the administrator. Dalrymplo vs. Jaclcson Sale con firmed, deed and distribution ordered Attorney fees flxod nt $321. Noptuno va. Rw'lngIlolrs of No liomlah Ncptuno tnado dofondanls with leavo to answer. Chanoy vs. I'lmrls Sctlod. Harris vs. Harondoon Lioavo to lllo petition In 20 days. rtuch vs. ...

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. — 3 February 1911

ft FIUDA, FEBRUARY 3, 1011 BENEHCAL Measures So Long Denied The People By The Republican General Assemblies Of Ohio r Have Been introduced At Present Leoislativc Session And Are Certain Of Being Enactrd into Laws Thus Redeeming The Pledges Of Democratic Platform Columbus, O., Feb. 1 It Is evident from the action of Democratic mem bers of both houses in promptly intro ducing beneflcial measures so long de nied tho people by Republican goneral assemblies, that tho pledges oftho Democratic party to tho people in the last campaign will bo fuliilfcd. Al though tho present session is less than ono month old all of tho Democratic party platform promises but ono have been drafted into bills, and nro now pending in the legislature. Thero are nino of these measures as follows: 1 per cent tax rato, resolution for rati fication of tho income tax amendment of the federal constitution, nomination of United States senator by popular vote, uniform school book law, tho ini tiative and referendum, th...

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 February 1911

i-V-V- ?JV-"".". uuiuuauM: Fft6C EIGHT TEE DEMOCRATIC BANNER , FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1011 m Hi1 fill fc. ,' I Kl r p l Lfc I BlTOR WARREN , HANDED PARDON President Says Socialist's Sen tence Is Excessive CUTS OUT PRISON FEATURE .Also Reduces $1,500 Fine to $100. President, In Brief, Rays Appeal to Reason's Exaggerations and Wild Accusations Should Be Treated I With nidlculo Declares That Free dom of Prces and Frco Speech Not Curtailed by Court's Decision. Washington, Feb. 2. Editor Fred D. Warren of tho Appeal to Reason, Socialist publication, will not to obliged to spend six months In Leavenworth penitentiary and pay n Cno of $1,500 for alleged violation of tho postal statutes. 1'rcBldcnt Taft xnndo public a "brief" In tho Warren enso In which ho commutes tho sen tence of Warren by striking out tho Imprisonment clauso and reducing tho lino to 100. In commuting tho scntonco tho president took occnslon to arraign tho editor In unusually severe terms. "I would quostlon," says Mr. Taft, ...

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. — 7 February 1911

Ijpi VM-GfQF?ZZ.'ffi , ,. K ,-.: . . - a titter, : W ' .ln; PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0,, TUESDAY, FEB. 7, 1911 No. 11 ESTABLISHED 1836 i-ia -rr wtmmxul Ba L ft RiS RAILQAD; OWNS NO STOCK Brown Says There Is No Money In The Bosiness flow lie Invests His Savings-Head Of New York Centra! Speaks At Columbus Banquet, Urging Higher Freight Rates From Standpoint Of Retailer, As He Has His Own Money Tied Up In Merchandising, Bank'ng And Farming Projects in Western States Columbus, O., Feb. 6. That ho does not now, nor never has owned e share of railroad stock, because ho I felt that tho Investment does not yield a proper return, was tho open ing statement made by W. C. Brown, president of the New York Central lines, when, talcing the attitude of a tnorchant, ho showed from an array of figures presented In an address before tho business and transporta tion men of central Ohio, at a ban quet at tho Oreat Southern hotel given by tho local Railway Y. M. C. A., that tho proposed advance in fr...

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. — 7 February 1911

S-UK-syiy5jy-A'y??J' iS -a ' ijtjsrafcgp . r.awatsaTiJr?r-naTn-niiii-T -r ..nn&pSiZl i' Tfcr rr ,, i.i 1 G TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911 ' Ifr , 4 AMI ' ir n 3 iM SHORT LOCALS Mlseos Inor. and Ruby Vanco return W today from a visit with rolatlvos In Akron, MIbb Floronco Huddlo loft this af ternoon for Columbus to visit frlonds 1st sovoral days. Mrs. C. P. Ruch of Contcrburg spent Friday with relatives in ML Vernon. Mrs. A. T. Anderson of1 Cloveland, 4n tho guest of rclatlvco and friends 1a tho city. Mr. Robort Dlson of Now Philadel phia, Ohio, spent Friday In Mt. Ver non attending to sorao business mat ters. Mr. Leo Darling of Akron arrived Wednesday evening to spend the re mainder of tho woek with his pnronts west of tho city. Tho Third Waid Mothers and Teachers' club held nn Interesting meeting Thursday afternoon, tho pro gram consisting of recitations and songs by children of tho third grade, and two beautiful stories by Miss Knapp. Miss Hazel Dowds of t...

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. — 7 February 1911

K9 yx" """ Ip " f"?'"? I11 ' wm ' 'WH - "tx TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911 1THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRK AJ5T- li REPORT Of Hie Public Library For The Past lwo Months A Large Number Of Hooks Have Been Donated And Many Were Purchased By The Trustees Books Kept Over-Time Must Be Settled for The Report Shows Books Loaned And The VisKors (By the Librarian) Wo have been very much pleased of lato to havo received gifts from Mrs. Helen Kolsoy .Wood, Mr. H. C. Plimpton, Mr. Harry Smith and "So rosls." These and tho books added hy purchase during December and January aro given below. A .few of tho Juveniles wo havo not had bo fore. Tho rest have been bought to replaco woin out copies. Thoso who aro interested in tho program of Internaional Peaco may bo glad to consult tho reports of tho Lake Mohonk Conference on Interna tional Arbitration. Wo havo now on the shelves the complete fllo covering the years 1895-1910. When the manufacturers of any lino aro wanted, it does not pay to spend tlmo look...

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. — 7 February 1911

ftrtrr" IT 1 YT! "HfWM """ ' A )i -VTiteWflj PAGE l-UUR THE DEMOORATIO BANNER TUESDAY," FEBRUARY 7,101i WT.iTOfi8 I I ! I ll U Ifri s 4 ' MOUNT VEH1NO1V OHIO,? FRANK HARPER. Editor tx l-W7oo klv - MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.50 per year. Entered at tho Alt. Vernon, O., post offlco as second class mall mattor. CARNEGIE'8 OWN LIBRARY Vast Collection of Dooks Show Signs of Being Used Few (New York Press) Andrew carneglo has been tho greatest giver of llbrarlo3 in the world. Ho has a library of his own that Is wondorful, probably as remark ablo a collection of books as Is owned by any private Individual In America or elsewhere. It takes up a vast and beautiful room In his coat mansion on Fifth avenuo, and Is alongside tho plain and buslncssllko of tho master of Iron and of Innumorablo millions. Dut herein lies a curious circum stance. While- Androw Carnegie's fame will rest largely In futuro ages upon his having founded so many li braries for public U80, tlieio Is llttlo ovldcn...

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. — 7 February 1911

mmwMww fenwwwwp ff yypwwpiwg'i "y TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PASS FIV hW&$$j&tyy' i u S ORANDJUKY Fori lie February Term if Court Reports But No Cases To Investigate At Present Other Nutes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The mombera of tho grand Jury for the February term bf common pleas court reported for duty Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Judge 10. M. Wlcklnm of Delaware was In the city and convened court shortly after 10 o'clock. Thore will be very llttlo work Tor the grand Jury at this term of court In fact there are no new cases at tho present time for consid eration. Prosecuting Attorney Croraloy will have two catos to try before tho cir cuit court from the last term the Sut ties cate and tho Bceman case. i Marriage Licenses Victor Theodore Jacquot, glasscut tor, and Flora Zello Cornlllle, both of Mt. Vernon. Charles B. Gould, pnlntor, Massll lon, and Jenn'o Elizabeth Raloy, 'Ml. Vornon. Rov. Ira J, Houston. James R. Miller, painter, Zanesvlllo,...

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. — 7 February 1911

hfWWIMti1rtWtff(Ui zjjr M VJ .1 flWiN.illlW. ."PAGE 8IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 7, 191i w W ) LOVES YOU, SrangBllslIc and Missionary En deavors AH Discounted, "WHY GOD CARES FOR MAN. The Divine Program For Human Salvation Is Only Beginning. WUGII PREACHING IS TOMMYROT. GF Brooklyn, N. Y., February G. Itroolclyn A c n d emy of MuhIc was crowded today to bear Pastor Has sell on God'x nilnd f n I li chh of man from tliu text, "Wliut Ih Man. Tlmt T h o u Art Mindful of 111111?" Psulni vlll, -l.i Tin- lui'tH' uudk-nce listened villi Intense Intci ost. ho that o plu-dn io;ild h.ive Ijcl'11 heard. The Hpi'iiLur wild.- I'or HoniL wi'i'lw our city will bu In the tliriics of u "Hovlvnl of Kcllglou." Hundreds of inlulHlcrH have plmed tlieinsuncM and their emigre-pit luus under tin le: derhli of (he Iter. Dr. Chuiiuiiiu mid Mr Alexiiuder. the fa muli singer, for the iurio-e of levlv ln rrllirimi. for the iuriiHe of rcwit IiiK human souls frum eternal iiirmciu. as the iic,:hIi.oi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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