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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 February 1911

ywwww TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 191 TBI DUMOCOATIO fiAKKKR, PAdE HVMi Or I'. li BIG TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION Tiiocsands of Men end tollmen Meet at Ohio's Gapiial, PROTEST AGAINST DEAN BILL Cpeclal Trains and interurban Caro Brought Crowds In Unprecedented Numbers, Which Filled and Over flowed Three Dig Auditoriums of Columbus Overwhelming Evldcnco That the County Option Law la More Popular Than Ever. Columbus, O. (Special.) When 8,000 persons crowd Into thrco audi toriums within thrco blocks of each other to listen to speeches against the saloon It Indicates Interest. When 03 many nioro walk tho streets una bio to hear tho speakers It Is moro evident of Interest. When 14,000 of theso 10,000 aro men it proves It is something moro than a W. C. T. U. mooting, and when a laro per cent of theso thousands of men are tho leading business and professional men of tho state tho manufacturers, merchants, bankers, Judges, lawyers, physicians, farmers it is evident there Is nothing fanatical nor hys ...

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. — 7 February 1911

Llj-aJlii, JJiLifcKjff'jtirft c3l -'-' - ". THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1011 ft lii. Vii v ii,' A Great Battle Painter How He Got His Start Dy GERALD L. PERKINS Copyright by American Press Asio clntlon. 1011. Tuo battle of Uruvelotto had been fought; a smoke mist still hung over Ihe Dcld, though in tho gnthciliig dark less It was gradually becoming Im perceptible. A man carrying n port folio nnd paraphernalia necessary to sketching left tho Held and, making lils way to n hut on n hill overlooking the scene of tho engagement that had "occurred that d.iy between the French end the Prussians, entered the hut and ashed If ho might have somo sup per. "Certainly, monsieur," said n woman who wuh there, "but wo can give you Tory little. Tho soldiers of both ar mies have taken nil we have except n few bits that wo hid In the cellar. Come, Fancliettc, bestir yourself and ect the tablet" The table was set nnd the supper put tipon It. The stranger sat down, and Fancliettc poured ...

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 February 1911

' fc'-flf? vnTp-J rt fT V "t WfnH5T " R?T?r ' " vy -. j, ,y, mvw n'yu.yr ff,, &mtt amuer 7" I PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY FEB. 10, 1911 No. 12 ESTABLISHED 1836 r"9Tl ' Hxij ftt ;V K i. iiiiii.i ii w: i Both Armies Fear ellins irent f Two Men Hold Big Cards If General Navarro Arrives Firs! With Federal Troops Chances Are That Rebels Will Fold Their Tents Like Arabs And As Silently Steal Away, But If Blanco's Insurrectos Arrive On Time Assault On City Will Begin At Once El Paso, Tex., Fob. 9. "Upon the errWui of Geuornl Navarro and Gon eral Blanco dopends tho fate of Juarez. !f Navarro comes to tho re lief of tbe federals first, military men Io not tlleve the city will ever be taken or that It will oven bo assault ed. If Blanco arrives first with in Burroztor reinforcements, Orozco de clares bo will attack Juarez at once. Orozco and bis army still occupy their position between tin smelter and old Fort Bliss, on tbe Mexican eldo of tho river, and havo received about 100 ...

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 February 1911

TlTHU'fHHit III I k " jwwwmjwwt twwMwfi&wifrH n rffSMr ' - iMMffHftVtfW 0E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER A FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1011 4 it St' SHIRT LOCALS Mr. Frank Jonos of West Chestnut strcol wont to UUca Tuosday noon on business. Judgo J. B. Weight of East High street wont to Newark Tuosday noon to attend to eomo matters of business. Miss Florenco Walland of Frcdor- Ichtown left this afternoon for Florida to spond tho remainder of tho winter Mr. rnd Mrs. S. C. Horn of Bladon burg loft todiy for Florida to spond several weeks. Mr. Clydo Altonburg of Pittsburg Is spondlng sovornl days with relatives In this city. Mrs. Frank Hlllcncnnip Is tho guest Of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Styors of East Gambler street. Mr. MlchncI Undorwood of Howard Is spending sovoral days In Columbus whoro ho Is attending tho National Corn Show. Mr. John Trlgaux has returned to his homo In Utlca after a short visit with filonds In Mt. Vornon. Smallcy will glvo descriptions of Gomo great real cstato bargains. Mr. ...

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 February 1911

pr-mmr 7"fy!i-'jf fmffff ""ra j7TTrT' "J PC""1 " rfT" rTfl1 ri-i-wjwi-i t TTJTyT" Tl V I n!' rj5 "V i '"Tl FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE THREK Jwtr" lr wfl n l INDICTMbNTS Against Two Persons Return ed By Grand Jury But Are Not Made Public At Hie Present Other Nutes 0! Interest From Temple Of Justice Tho grand Jury of the February term of common picas court reported shortly after 4 o'clock Tuesday after moon returning two Indictments against two persons. As neither of tho defendants has been apprehended the Indictments were not made public, but will be withheld until arrests are made. Tho grand Jury examined fourteen witnesses and made tho usual lepori regarding tho unsafe condition of tho Knox county Jail. After receiving tho report of the graand Jury, Judgo Wlckham adjourn ed common pleas court until next Monday afternoon at one o'clock. Case Affirmed The supremo court handed down a decision Tuesday In the case of Thorn as Glenn, admr., vs. The Union Cen tra...

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 February 1911

ssswafciMta gatawjjww wMtMftiiOTWMSii DsflnA9ffWMNKmfflVffMH AGE rOUR THE DEMOORATIO BANNER Friday, FEtmiMnY 10, 1011 r sao !? p) ' 1.1 ? : ! i If I w Ir i n v . X? 1 M MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANn HARPER, Editor 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.50 per yoar. Entered at tho Mt. Vornon, O., post ofllco as second clans mall matter. I ! $ 'I "i" 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4. DATEMANTOWN 4. .j. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Quito a numbor from this vltlago nt tended tho farmors' Instltuto at Lov otlng last week. Mrs. Oscar Donnian, who has boon lulto 111 with pnoumonla, Is Improving alowly. D. D. Strong Is still on tho sick list. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Thompson and Mrs. Sarah Murphy spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Murphy of Frederlcktown. Mrs. Murphy will re main a few days to visit with other friends. Mrs. Ed. Ryau 13 111 with pneu monia. Tho now church Is now roady foi tho furnishings which will soon be put In. Mr.Allcn Queen has routed Mr. Wll Ham Miller's farm. Ho will movi tlioro Apill 1st. Mr...

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 February 1911

r-i-njj? -tr-r'"r""r-"Kl nf.ytw t n ,H yy FRIDAY, PEBMMRY 10, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV rrwjvr" "T J NOJEES Coming To Miss Jones Sajs The Commissioners (If Licking Coonty In Session On Wednesday Claim She Drew The Money Several Years Ago Probate Judge Berry Favors Two Proposed Laws Other Nutes Of interest From The Court House TRIBUTE Paid To Judge Taggart At Woostcr, 0, On His Retirement From Cir cuit Court Bench PROTEST N Comes From Boss Cox Gang Of Cincinnati Against 1 Per Cent. Maximcn Tax Rate Bill , RECEPTION For Young People Of The County At Y. M, C, A, Newark Advocate At a mooting of the board of coun ty commissioners hold on Wednesday the bill of Hucle Jdnes of Mt. Ver non for work alleged to have been per formed as stenographer in the- cases of Robert and James F. Ltngafolter, was taken up for consldortlon. The commissioners found that action had been taken on tho bill by a former board' of commissioners on Sept. 3, 1906, and that Hucle Jone3, by draw ing the allo...

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 February 1911

'xtmmiwvmwx. umES PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEB FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1011 jMHSWWMWMMWhwaifiwwwrtamwiw Qft m I? ft I m mm Token By Cov. Harmon Will tare Enactment BI Law To Elect Senators By The Oregon Plan Ucinij Step In Direction For Holding Popular Elections Surety Cos. Will Have To Make Go:.d On Bonds flow That There's Change In Attorney General's Office Columbus, O., Fob. 7 "I would voto for a Republican for United States senator If the people by their votes declared for a Republican" said Gov ernor Hat inon, at the close of a con ference with a Democratic sonato cau cus committee of flvo, appointed to frame a senatorial nomination and election bill. Thoro had bon a dis agreement ovor tho ponding Htoclcwcll bill, which embraces tho Oregon plan of electing United Stato3 senators, and the commltleo went to tho gov oinoi's olllco under Instructtans from "the caucus to pruparo a primary Bona 'torlal nomination bill or somo bill which would bo thought to aatlsfy tho platform plcdgu,...

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 February 1911

'"WUiprwf f?-wmrr? rvwrf-r $j tpyv 'V" l"'T"! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER paqe sever 7 "?" is j ! j j j j j j j j j j j DRINK HAVEN .J. J J J J J J J J J J Tho tompornturo droppod sovoral dogrcB Saturdny night. Mrs. Corn Day, who has boon con fined to her homo for tho past live wcoIib' and who had Just boon ablo to bo out again, 1b again vory sick from a sovo'ro attack of tho grip. Tho bank building horo, formorly ownod by tho defunct Union Savings 6 Hanklns Co., of Colllnwood, Ohio, was sold to Mr. S. S. Day of this placo laBt woolt by Itocolvcr Win, M, Ray nolda of Clovoland for a consideration of $1,200. Sovoral persons of this and surrounding community have boon consulting Mr. Day In regard to re-or-Eanlzlng n now bank horo, for tho peo ple nil roallzo tho necessity of such an organization, knowing It would bo a great benefit to all our people. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Starncr, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock and Sled tho same ovonlng at 7 o'clock,...

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 February 1911

v t ? (pvramf r it'f1'' immmmmtmmmmnMWWmnPmtmmwn mmmnim WWJWWr VAtME EIGHT JffT THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNEE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, I9li A TIMELY SUGGESTION. Cherry Party For tho 22d of February. WAHU1M1TON BIItTHDAY FATOU8. 'A hostess who tins planned to on tcrtnlu houh friends nt a cherry pnrty n WimliliiKton'H birthday him found "that the urtllk-lal cherries Hold by con Kei'tlourrH. (itc. nri' much too cxpi-nslve Z(tr her purse, mid hIii- will substitute biff red cruubcrrli'8 with excellent ef fect. Th InvltntloiiH nre written on post Ttla ilucornti'd with eherrli's, which nre sold everywhere iu February, und be gin iih follows: Next Friday night nt hnlf paBt eight Wo beg you'll help 113 eclobroto Croat Ucorgo and the Immortal tree, Ills girt to all pomerlty. After tliln conio the address, dntc And hour. The tlrst thing to catch tho eye of Vie guest entering tlu parlor on the appointed evening will he n cherry treo In n wooden tub. This In con structed of it dead supllng tricked out With ...

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. — 14 February 1911

Sl T "Tf1 " T"V ' i jewjpirali atttuet MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 1911 No. 13 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 U i V v WANT VILLA TO Dean Measure May Be Amended Before Passing House r Democrats Caucus This Week-Members Of Upper Branch Of Assembly Will Decide Policy in Reference To A Nilmber Of Party Pledges Dare Single Board Of Control Bill To Be Pressed For Early Passage Differs From Russell Bill Passed By The House Columbus, O., Feb. 13. Owing to the absence from tUo city of the members of tho Hamilton county probo commlttco, -who left for Cin cinnati today to make a personal in spection of the scones of tho alleged lectlon frauds, it will bo lmpossiblo to take final action on tho Dean municipal saloon bill until next week. Tho latest gossip In con nection with tho measure Is that an effort will bo made by Democrats to amend it in tho house by tho substi tution of cities for municipalities wherever tho latter word occurs in tho bill. In tho form It passed tho sennto Its pro...

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. — 14 February 1911

MWMH1WmrtWWfraMBWlfflM :AOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEDRUAnY 14, 1911 ttMK B I ih 81. SHORT LOCALS Hr. Gcorgo Mitchell wont to Akron Stldoy morning on business. Mr. William L. nnntor of Mnnsnold pont Thursday In Mt. Vernon on tiuslnoss. Mr. Kenneth Miller of this city went B Cleveland Friday morning In the ialorost of the Adams Express Co. Mr. Vernon nbddlng, tho woll known Mansnold architect, was In Mt. Mr. W. C. Itockwell went to Co Jumbui Friday noon on business. Mr. William F. nimer went to Horn--or Friday morning to attend to some business matters. Mr. Hnrry C. Dovln and son, notch r, wore ColumbuB visitors this aftcr- noon. nov. and Mrs. Ira Houston and son returned today from a visit with Clovo land fiionds. Professor 0. H. Wlnnns wont to Nowark Friday noon to attend to somo buslnorB matters. I Mr. Tames Dickey wont to Barnes--lllo Friday noon to mako n soveral days' visit. Mr. Charles Hutchinson of Orrvlllo entered tho Mt Vernon hospital on Friday afternoon for tr...

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. — 14 February 1911

TUESDAY, FEBRUAnY 14, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER fAQE THRU -A r CLINIC On Skin diseases field By Medical Society A meeting of tlio Knox County Med- icai society was l.ohi at tho y. m. c. A. on Friday nftornoon with a largo, nttendanco. Tho regular order of bus- Inoss wrfs disposed of. Dr. Shoiipnrd of Columbus, an export skin special-. 1st, was presont at tho mooting. Dr.' Shoppard dollvered a short address on skin diseases which was both Interest. Irig and Instructive. It had boen pre-1 vlously arrangpd that persons afflicted with siun diseases would bo given a freo examination at the clinic and as a result nearly every physician pres ent had a patlont for examination. 4 Mrs. Max Dondel has returned to hor homo on West High street nfter n several days visit with Mrs. Rob ert Fowler of Canton, Ohio. Mr. Donald Crovollng, who is at tending Bliss Duslness College in Co lumbus, is pending several, days at his homo In South Vernon. Professional Girds AftorneysatLaw L. B. HOUCK ATTORNEY-...

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. — 14 February 1911

AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1011 Mount vernon. ohiu FRANK HARPER, Editor Soml- vV oo !.! 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.50 per year. Entered nt tho Mt. Vernon, 0 post 'Ofnco as second class mall matter. ( Id Cos Line And Wooster Was Without das A bad break In tho Incs of tho Mo lilcan Oil and Gas Co. was tho causo of a great deal of lnconvonlonco at "Wooster, Ohio, on Monday. Not only was tho small consumer affected by tho break but a number of manufact uring plants woro forced to ccaso op orations for a time. SUES The Cily Of Ml. Vomon Dues Win, II, italslon Suit has boon brought In Justice 7Coons' court against tho City of Mt. Vernon by William ltnlston for tho sum of $18.81 with Inloroat from April 1, 1901), for 22 i lores of Boron street paving nnil three pieces of Huron cor ner curbing, which tho plalntllf nl leges that the city took with tho know ledge of the fact that tho propony bo longed to himself and with out his consent. f. ! ! j j i t ? ...

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. — 14 February 1911

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FIV V UN'S Birthday Anniversary Cele brated In This City With Appropriate Exercises On Sunday Afternoon Before Large Audience' In Presbyterian Church Addresses Given ISy Four Mt. Vernon Citizens On The Life And Character Of Abraham Lincoln The annual Lincoln Day memorial services wore hold at tho Presbyter ian church on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. The church waa well filled at the beginning of tho services which wore very Impressive and very fitting for tho occasion of tho birth bay anniversary of Abraham Lincoln. A largo number of veterans of tho civil war were present as well a3 a number of Sons of Veterans. The program was carried out as was prev iously announced. It was as follows: Song, America Audience. Prayer Rev. E. D. Barnettf Flag Salute Audience. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Georgo S. Harter. Song Mrs. Iva Sproul Baker and children's chorus. Recitation Lincoln's favorite ' poem William P. Rimer. Song Quartet. Addr...

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. — 14 February 1911

MwqiiMwmmjMJwymittwtiMmBHMHM wiriWt&ttM,itwjiutt'2Z'ttwm'ttri".i-"''tM. 2ZZiZZ.M lailHimifejpnwMMiaMW hjmi w imii iw-im fciiHMmniBtaac: PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1911 E THOUSANDS Or DUD fflFEST EARTH'S ATKDSFOE PASTOR RUSSELL Shows From the Bible Their Origin and -, Their Pernicious Influ ence Upon Mankind. "Giving ticcJ to seducing spirit? and doctrines of ilcnons" (I Timothy Iv. I). "Wicked spirits In hlsli positions" (Hphc slnnn vl. 12) "The heathen sacrifice to devils and not tJ Ood" (I Corinthians x, 20). Trenton. N, J., February 12. Pas tor It u s s o 1 1 of llrooklyn Tnbernu Ie prcut-ued hero today In the Opera II on hu on tlio 'IIEUEAPTHH" and HUbacquuntly mi ifrii.i.j.. ..! CPASToR.,ft;f6eu:.-) wlileb kopt uot iii..VT.n ini .iii " .i.t their llMt estate" Jude 0). Excellent atteiilion waa Riven at both Hurvlccs. We report the latter as follows: The M'.ile'BjeaeliltiB that the earth's atmosphere Is Infested with evil spirits la now very generall...

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. — 14 February 1911

r TMEpDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC! BANNER PAQE SKVCM V K s SHIPMENT Of Stock Over C, A. & C. II. II, First Mode i By W. II. Smith Who Recoils Tin! Transaction From dipping From The Banner Feb, 4, 1872 And Tells Of The Many DiHicul.ies Experienced And Of How The Job Was Finally Accomplished Mt. Vernon, O., Feb. 10. Editor Bannor In an issue ot tho Banner dated February 4, 1872, tho following Item appeared: Correction Editor Banner In last week's papor somo ono has given W. H. McLain credit for shipping tho first car load of cattle over our now railroad from Mt. Vernon, and alsoot buying John Berry's big cattle. This, to say tho loast, 1b a mistake. I bought John Ber ry's cattle, and have the bill to show that I sent tho first load of cattle ovor tho now road from Mt. Vornon." W. H. SMITH. "Brandon, Ohio, Feb. 4, 1872." An article in the Republican-News ono day last week read as follows: "Mr. L. S. Braddock, north of tho ci ty, shipped from Fredericktown a day or two ago...

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. — 14 February 1911

aWWMWiWTHTrirritniiwmwmiMoiwi . n4uni i , , - -vs.-.-toa I .iiiimnrntiiiiii)iiiiriiiiniii,Tnr'frr-rfi I i'i I II 'Irrwiir1! MHE EI9HT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1911 ' i n. , Ef ;;s. f H I f 1-F r 4 I SHORT LOCALS - T3ga 20 conts, buttor24. Standard Patterns at Penn's. Wounds clotincd by Ilautord's 13al--Taim. Mr. William II. Clarko was a visitor ia Zancsvlllo on Sunday. Tho Strikes nnd tho Spares will roll , sorlcs of three games on tho Plaza alloys this ovcnlng. Wo havo tho names ot 100 peoplo who say Corca-Malta broad Is tho fcost bread sold In Mt. Vornon. tf Mr. Edward Wing of Cleveland ar rived In this city Sunday ovonlng U) anako a week's visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols of New ark spent Sunday In Mt. Vornon, tho , isuests of rolatlvos. Deep cuts aro hoaled by Hnnford's Unlsnm. Mr. Burgess Belt Is confined to his Tiomo on WoBt Gambler streot by a sovoro attack of quinsy. Mr. Hugh Ncal wont to Mnnsfiold Sunday afternoon to spend several -days on ...

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 February 1911

yW'y.MTyg'w'ii''fw''4ityyffliwiwHwifKWi'yifw,1 'm miMtt&iijt miitr PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 1911 No. 1'4 ESTABLISHED 1836 5E REPEAL LOWER TARIFF Spanish Doubloon of 1591 Found In Oldest House, St. Augustine WALL FAVI "T Wi il'fc'f! 9 B nnimi Fir.im Rtnuuiuuii nuiiiu f V Labor Leaders Heard By Penitentiary Probers Freiner Urges Penal Farm-Governor Harmon Favors Return To Contract System Until Other Work Can Be Obtained For Idle Convicts-Winters Introduces Public Utilities Bill In House-Enlarges Outies Of Present Railway Commission And Increase Salaries Columbus, O., Fob. 16. At the first session of the legislative com juittoo tbat Is to Investigate condi tions at the Ohio penitentiary, and advlso as to the proposition to re move the institution to another 'loca tion, Senator Reynolds of Cleveland was selected us chairman. Several parties who were present spoke on tho problem of securing employment for tho hundreds of prisoners ren dered idle by the expirat...

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 February 1911

WWHETWO iml TEE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911 K 1 l l J J 4 ! ! $ $ 4 ! ! 4 4 . FREDERICKTOWN 4. j J J J J J J 4 J Mre. Scott Klrby cntortalnod hor brothor from Mt, Vornon tho past "week. Tho "public schools took tholr Lin oela holldny on Friday last Instead t breaking up tho wool: by having It M tho 22nd. Mr. Lawrence Caywood and family vialtcd at Mr. S. F. Wlnand ono day last weok. Mr. Lnno and family of Morgan county will occupy tho Covor place tho coming spring. Mr. Allen Queen will move to tho 'William miller farm tho first of April. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall visited with ML Vernon relatives last week. Mr, pnd Mrs. J. H. Bono of Martins burg, Ohio, wcro guests of Mr. and Mm. W. II. Boozo last week. Married, on Wednesday evening last Mr. Archie Doozo and Miss Vern Fid ler. Tho ceromony was performed by Iter. II. M. Hancock in tho prosonco f tho immed'nto relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lea woro tho guosts of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wil son, ono day tho past week. Miss Christ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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