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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 17 February 1911

pwi.i nmmi niyiwiww immWmi0mm FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THfttft V OUSTED Will Be The Fraudulently Elected Delegation Sent To The Legislature From Hamilton Co, By Corrupt Political Machine Of Boss Cox Investigation Has Found Flagrant Law Violations And Sufficient To Bounce The Whole Bunch Columbus, O., Fob. 15 Unless all Hie signs fall tho powerful and corrupt political machine built up In Cincin nati by George B. Cox, former bar tender In a Queen City dive, will crum ble and fall u.ider tho fire of 'the bat .tcrles which a legislative Investigating committee will train on tho operations of the gang. Threo Republican state senators and seven Representatives named by tho Cox organization are to be thrown out of tho llgislature, and their seats aro to (go to Democratic contestants. This action will bo proceded by a "re port from the special committee on house contests, In which it will bo set forth that flagrant and wilful viola tions of laws to safeguard ele...

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 February 1911

y k fnwm.f . n'wian wmiwnw.fr:- q fAQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1p11 ;,-,;,&,:, ' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, tflitor tooxxXJL- W ooi-ty O MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate J1.G0 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second claBS mall matter. v. q, .j. .j, .j. j. .j. .$. 4 j 4 ! !" ! 4. FAIRVIEW j. .j .j. . $ 4. 4. ! ! ! Walter Sherman of Nowark return ed homo Sunday after sovcral days' visit with his uncle, O. JJ. Sherman. Miss Moma Itoby of Frederick, visit ed tho Pino Hill school last week. Mrs. A. l- Oldakor and Mrs. D. O. Lohr attended tho valentine social glv-l on at tno homo of Mrs. A. B. Benodlct of Utlca Tesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dennlson spent part of last week with tho lattor's par ents In Coshocton county. A largo number of pooplo wore pres ent at tho miscellaneous shower glvon Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Snuff Saturday ovonlng and Mr. and Mrs. Itobblo Mason Monday evening. Mrs'George Nixon was glvon a very pleasant surprlso a...

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 February 1911

K"MHf FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE FJVK th- - qflf KrT"" 1. F mm For Plaintiff In Case Of Hess vs Garlier In The Sum Of $786,89 Re turned By The Jury The Will Of Ann Merrill Is Filed In Probate Numerous Items From The Probate Court Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The case of Hess vs. Garber was tried In tho court of common pleas on Wednesday and tho Jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for $78G.80. Tho case of Hosack, executor, vs Schiappacasse was tried in the court of common pleas on Thursday. In tho case ot Church vs. Anderson a motion to tho petition lms beon overruled and exceptions. Tho demur-x-er to (ho Interrogatories has been sus tained and tho interrogatories stricken from ilie petition. The Merrln Will Tho last will and testamontof Ann A. Merrin, lato of Berlin township, has beon filed in probate. By the terms ot tho will she directs that all her prop erty sold an,d out of the proceeds her invalid bi other, Jacob Edson Mer rin, ...

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 February 1911

HKflnWWWRSrHWtD -H" MMMuMUtimUUtoS , AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEDRUARY 17, 1911 I ir rll.' r ADVANTAGE Of The Enactment Of The ' Stockwell Dill For The Election Of United Slates Senators Would Compel Candidates To Submit To Scrutiny And Enable Voters To Select One Best Fitted Very Little Opposition Now To The Measure Columbus, O., Fob. 14 Qovornor Harmon, In advocating tho Stockwell bill for tho election of Unltod States nenntors, Is making a flght to prosorvo tho purity of tho ballot, and to estab lish Ohio tho principle that nowhoro shall a dishonest voto or a dishonest count bo tolerated. It lias boon stat ed that Governor Harmon would en ter tho Democratic caucus on tho Stockwell bill, but tho Hxocutlvo nov cr said this becauso ho dooa not doom ouch action necessary ns Domocratlc senators will do tholr duty toward ful filling tho party platform pledges. In other states bills for Iho direct election of senators, havo been on acted to prevent tho corruption of leg isl...

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 February 1911

yr Tff ' i tWi"Vfr "" t-t, " r j" r ,- nWpT,B"';;Ti FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8EVEM V BUSY Session Of Common Picas Court Monday Afternoon Several Cases Disposed Of By Judge E, M, Wichiiam Mabel Maliring Sues John Maiiring For A Divorce Wm. II. Cline Seeks To Re cover His Back Salary The Uptiam Gas Co. Answers Ohio Fuel Co Judgo B. M. Wlckham of Delaware arrived in the city Monday afternoon and convened common pleas court Bhortly after 1:30 o'clock 'when tlio members of tho petit Jury for tuo Feb ruary term reported and tho regular assignment of cases taken up. Tho following business was dispos ed of Monday afternoon: Quick vs. Debout Carollno Bebout, guardian of Lucina and Clarence Bo bout, mado( defendant with leave to answer. Sale confirmed and attorney fees fixed as follows: Owen & Carr, $200; Walght & Moore, ?200. B. B. Sapp vs. A. J. Lahraon Jury trial. Verdict for tho plaintiff for $45. C. W. Barro vs. T. A Davidson Dis missed by court for fa...

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 February 1911

""'" flTOSWPg"-'"1' Miii i-v- i . f-'ysr "YW " M EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BMTNERi FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911 lK5 ''Wywpn A TheManWhoWas Bribed By M. QUAD Copyright, 1010, by Associated Lit erary Press. Abo Sllngcr nud his wifo being too lazy to work were determined to live n tlio community of Hopewell, The nonstable warned Abo tlmt lio couldn't lo It. Abe snld nothing, but Abo's clothing wns found by tlio mill pond. Mrs. Sllngcr took on awful, and a soft hearted citizen started n purse for, her and $00 were raised, and thero wero others who contributed food and cloth ing. Tlio widow moved from tho sta ble Into u shanty. Ten days after the powwow Abo Sllngcr appeared. He had been car Tied downstream by the current and thrown on an Island, where ho had re mained unconscious for days and with out food for othiy days. It was a pret ty shy story, but tho peoplo had to "bcllevo It and congratulate tun teller oa his wonderful escape. It was about sixty days later when tho next event tamo off. A...

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. — 21 February 1911

i &W0&X mmt Tit a4, f: PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1911 No. 15 ESTABLISHED 1836 II SPEAKS . SITUATION CHANGtJ; LITTLETON IN RICE 151 IN GRIP Tunnels Under Chicago Ritfetf Constructed by a NeV System rtjk 9 t M t ALL & iv I UK Says Talk Of Extra Session Is Far From Being Bluff . Massachusetts Representative After Visit To White House Announces That Taft Will Hold Opponents Of 'Reci procity Agreement Responsible For Consequences That May Follow Democratic Tariff Revision-Gives Warning To Democrats Washington, Fob. 20. President Taft, through Representative Samuel. V. 'McCall of Massachusetts, notified congress and tho country of his Intention to call a special session or congress in tins event of the failure by the senate to vote on" tho Cana dian reciprocity agreement. Tho president's determination in this matter fs clearly .disclosed In va for mal statement given out by tho Mas sachusetts - ropro&entatlvo as - he was leaving tho White Houso afte...

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. — 21 February 1911

WWWwMMMfwwfii(HSjHBBB 59 wrMtf s A PMMtTWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1111 IIIWIII IIJ ? If i' . i . fti lt I " 3 '(- I 1 'f I $ I! ft 1 DAMAGE M Is Filed Against The Up ham Gas Company Alleging A LeaKy Gas Pipe Caused A Fire Which Destroyed tiouseliold Goods And Clothing fiamage Case Tried In Court Friday Morning Other items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Ellraboth Coutu has commenced a suit for datnngo In llio court of com Hion pleas of ICnox county ngalnst tho Upham das company nnd the Ml. Ver non Gas Light company In which she asks for a Judgment In tho sum of $1, BOQ ns n result of a flro which destroy d hor household goods and clothing. Tho plaintiff states that prior to January 11, 1911, sho conducted a hoarding Iioubo In what was known ns tho Loc building on West High streot, near tho 13. & 0 station. Sho statos that tho defendant In this action had a. plpo lino loading from tho curb In to tho collar of tho boarding house nnd that on or about tho abo...

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. — 21 February 1911

TUESDAY, FEBRUAnV 21, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRK l l OLDFASHIOOREML WANTED IN WALL STREET. file Wall Street Journal's Ap peal Considered by Pas tor Russell. BISHOP CANDLER FREELY QUOTED. Pittsburg, Pn., Feb. 10. Pastor Russell of Brook lyn Tabernacle gave two Interest lug discourses hero today to large and appreciative audi dence3. Wo report one of these from the text, "Righteousness Exnltcth a Nation: But Sin Is a Reproach to any People" (Proverbs xlv. 34). The speak er said: Many besides myself surely were as tonished to read the following extract from the Wall Street Journal, under the caption. "What America Needs": "What America needs more than rail way extension and western Irrigation, and n bigger wheat crop, nnd u mer chant murine, and a new navy, Is a revival of piety, the kind father and mother used to have piety that count ed It good huxliit'Sri to stop for dally family prayers before bteakfast. rlcht In the middle of harvest; that quit field work n Imlf hour ear...

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. — 21 February 1911

vp' " PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. ' ri I m in I V f i s. I W 5 B - ? K M ft I ui i". '. it.ii'i J-"" "'t U 'til' MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANK HARPER, cmor oml-W ooltlT 6 MONUMENT SQUARE BubBcrlpUon Rate $1.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post ofllco as second class mall matter. .HIGH JINKS IN RU8SIA Moscow, Where the Money It, (, the Scene of Freakish Excesses AUDITORS Of Counties To Meet Tax Commission In The City Of Columbus This Week (London Outlook) If you would seo tho rich Itussla of tho mlddlo classes spending nor money in luxury and moanlngtoss oxcossos you should go to manufacturing Moa cow. Thero Is tho monoy. Thoro thoy mado it and thoro thoy spond It. There Is, Indeed, a fairly close approx imation of the llfo of tho pooplo of this class and tho mllllonalro doscond nnts of the early mllllonalroa of the United Statos. Some of tho host Judgos doclaro that even In Paris tho Moscow Ways of preparing food aro hardly bottorod. "Cochon do...

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. — 21 February 1911

, tUESDAY, FERrtUARY 21, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE PAQI PIVK t S V v LASrWILL Of Angelins Morrison Has Been filed In Probate Gives Ml Uer Properly To Her Children ' Common Pleas Court Con vened Monday Afternoon Several Marriage Licenses Issued in Probate Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The last will and testament of An gcllno Morrison, lato of Morgan town Bhlp, Knox county, has been filed In probate. By the terms of the will tho tcsihtrlx gives to her daughter. Zona Harris, nineteen acres of the homo farm In Morgan township, together with all the household effects. To her son, Arazy Williams 'sho gives tho ro malner of the homo farm with tho buildings thereon. To her son, Colo man Williams, she gives the sum of ?5. She directs that the residue of the property bo converted into cash and divided equally among Amzy Williams and Zona Harris. R. L. Jones Is nam ed as executor of tho will which was signed November C, 1909, and witness ed by It. L. Jones and C. A. Jones. Co...

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. — 21 February 1911

vjuw, in wwmyiqi wwPTjWffPrjSS; 4M 'f"w"yii -3T W'i ' i- ,illlTWp AGE SIX r THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1011 Oil J" 23252 t.! . i' m !N , jt VERDCT for Defendant In Case Of Irlicli vs Sanderson In Which 'Plaintiff Sought To iRecover Damages Verdict For Defendant In Case Of illoclier vs Opg Names Of New Jurors Drawn from The Wheel Dtiier Nutes Of Interest from Temple Of Justice In tli o court of common, 4Ioas Frl day afternoon tho Jury 4n Uio caso of Alex Erllch va Wm. 13. Sandorson re turned a erdlct for tho dofondant af ter a short deliberation. Tho plain tiff sued tho dofondant for fl.GOO lamngoa, alleging that tho dofoudaht throw the plaintiff down Btalra at hl3 garage last May. Tho noxt ca30 to bo takon up Friday afternoon was that of Ulochor va Ogg. In this cbeo tho jury was directed to ' return a vordlct for Uio dofondant, which was accordingly douo. Court then adjourned until Monday aftornot-n ot I o'clock whon tho rogu lar assignment for tho wook will bo take...

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. — 21 February 1911

THE DEKQORATIO BAJOfMU PAE BfcVW . MERCHANTS' BIG BARGAIN DAY (Continued) MERCHANTS' BIG BARGAIN DAY (Continued) MERCHANTS' BIG BARGAIN DAY (Continued) TUESDAY, PEBRUAItY 21, 1911 'V Merchants' Big Bargain The following live and up - Vernon, ONE FOURTH ON SINGLE YOUNG AMERICA 3 Cans "Tuxedo" Smoking Tobacco for 25c (Only three cans to each person) KILKENNEY'S 118 South The Northwestern Mill CO. i. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW: Gamblers Red Men Enjoy a Dance Tlio Gambler. Red Men held a dance at tholr hall In Gambler on Thursday ovenlng. About thirty couples were present during the evening to dance to the music lurnlshod by a Gambler orchestra. In tho court of common pleas at Newark Thursday afternoon the trial of tho case of William Grassbaugh vs. Tho Ohio Electric Railway company -was concluded, resulting in tho jury returning a verdict for $5,000 in favor of Mr. Grassbaugh. Mr. Grassbaugh Is a citizen of Dan Mo, Knox county. On Oct. 17, 1908, at Urbana, O., ho was run Into by a car of 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. — 21 February 1911

THE DKMOOEATIO BANNER TUSWAV, FEIRUA.flY.XMH1 ttS CtHT I I. H. f" I 9 H I . ki ' I'L HI. t CINCINNATI AUTO SHOW QUqUiiM( O., Fob. 2Q Cincinnati's rl largo BUto show opened in Music "Will today and will contlnuo through fc -ffook. Tho oihlbltlon la hold un wr the auspices of tho Clnclnnntlt Autotnobllo Doalors' Association. In attentions point to a largo attondanco t visitors from points In Ohio, Indi ana, Kentucky and West Virginia. , DREEOER8 AT 8IOUX CITY Sioux City, la., Fob. 20 Dolegatcs trom Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota and South Dakota have arrived hero for tho annual convention of tho Inter state Breeders' Association which will moot tomorrow for n session of thrco lays. J HAD A TOUGH FOOT (National Monthly) A. baro-fopted negro wandored Into a blacksmith shop In a llttlo South ern town. Whllo watching tho smith pound tho Iron Into shapo ho uncon sciously stepped on a red-hot coal. Af ter sovcral minutes had passed ho unified his noso onco or twlco and re marked In an Incldontl ...

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 February 1911

TfF ' ' v?ftfi&rtttmflfr'"!h-r'' atttiet. I PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEB. 24, 1911 No. 16 ESTABLISHED 183S V' ' TOP I " t IPemjKrsttic O POTDEAN DRYS Municipal Saloon 60 lill! Sets May Take Another Try 1 ostest Proposition Is To Have Cities eliminated from Operation llf Hose Law -Attempt On Part Of Friends Jo Have Vote Fo Reconsider Deliyeri thwarted By Opponents Wheeler And Dean Explain Result HOW THEY LINED UP. For the Dean BUI. Republicans Dertsch of Frank lin, Cnlvey of Cuyahoga,. Cathon of Stark, Colter of Lucas, David son of Columbiana, Evans of Cuyahoga, Fulkerson of Muskin gum, Geleerd of Lucas, GuswellT of Hamilton, Jones of Franklin, Krug of Hamilton, Langdon cf Warren, Mcinbtrdt or Hamilton, Ratlin of Hamilton, Reynolds of Franklin, Smith of Muskingum, Spiegel ot Hamilton, Zumstcln of Hamilton. - - Democrats Uattefcid of Craw- ford, Beatty of Hamilton, Dell of Slark, Hour of Seneca, Drennan of Cuyahoga, Combs of Miami, Connaughtou of Auglnlzc, Cowan of ...

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 February 1911

yrnrfiW " "TiltHIJVr i,-'T-.jrrv ft PTrifH T,T3E3 'TTOTnrarg rv tV fcrfHj THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER AKTWO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 ; wwnyjwi :e & tl PVk li 5" j n vt ; ; It ; f , SEPARATE Reformatory Institution For Women Is Planned 1 omen No Longer To Be Sent To Workhouses agriculture To Be TaugM In Township Schools liie Winters Utility Bill Is Very Far Reaching "What The State Tax Commis sion Is Doing Columbus. O., Fob. 21 Senator Wil liam N. Shaffor, of Paulding, will shortly Intrnduco In tho Ohio general assembly bills to nrovldo for tho build ing of a separata women's reforma tory, nnd to compel county officers to limit their expenditures to tho re ceipts of their offices. Tho bill relating to county offlcors will hivo tho state $150,000 annually, Tor under It they can no longer com pel tho public to pay deficits when tho revenuo of their offices does not pay oxpenses. This moasuro will lim it clerk hlro to a certain porconlago r offlco recolpts, theroby compelling officers 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. — 24 February 1911

ry .! ft .. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOE TMRKI "T r'"n n. SEALED Verdict In Case Of lloefllch vs Insurance Company Is Now In The Safe In The Ofiice Of The Clerk And Will Not lie Opened Until Next Monday When Common Pleas Court Convenes At 1:30 P. M. Clerk of Courts Berrront has a sealed verdict locked up In hla safe In the cfork's ofllco In tho caso of Hoefllch et nl vs. The Franklin Marine Accident and Plate Glass Co. The case occupied tho attention of Judge Wlckmun and JuryMonday and wont to the jury about noon Tuesday. As Judge WIckmon was desirous of re turning to his homo In Delaware Tues day afternoon ho directed the Jury to return a sealed verdict. This was accordingly done In the afternoon and Is nowWked up In tho safe In the clerk's ofllco and will not bo opened until Judge SVIckman convenos court noxt Monday ultornoon at 1:30 o'clock. o T.he Fry Estate F. W. Fry of Howard has been ap pointed executor of Samuel Fry In probate court. No bond. The sure...

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 February 1911

".hwic f- . ?AGE FOUR M M VKkNO-S IthUi KANh MAHPth. Latter i t l - fS? KokM ONUMNl SQUARE. Subscription Rate '$1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0 post afflcp as second cluss mall matter. .J. RICH HILL .J. I J J J J J Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Culver aro vis iting friends and relatives at Wester villo. Air. and Mrs. Bert Damm of Coltim "bus spent Saturday and Sunday with tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Williamson of this place. Mr. Henry Garner and Goorgo Tut tie, who were 111 with pneumonia for some time past, are convalescing. Manasset Wlldman and son, Wil bur, of Balrdstown, O., visited friends hero last week. C W. Hooper and wlfo aro visiting relatives at Orrvlllo and Johnstown. The homo of Wm. Collo camo near booing destroyed by flro Saturday ov enlng. Thu .exact cause of tho flro Is not known as tho family was not at homo, but It Is supposed that a lamp left burning on tho tablo oxplodcd, as oil was scattered over tho tablo and floor. As all tho doors woro tightly ...

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 February 1911

tTT'T1TT'TW''yrT'r,-niyff'y,y FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1811 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQPi PIVS MEMORY 0! The Father Of His Country Revered By Hosing diopter, Daugh ters American Revolution Wednesday Evening At Resi dence Qi The Regent Members Attired In Colonial Or Antique Costumes Rare Relics Are Displayed And Minuet Is Danced His Memory Venerated by Kokoslng Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution One of tho most unique and delight ful ontortatnments that has over tak en place In Mt. Vernon was tho cele bration of Washington's birthday by Kokoslng Chapter of tho Daughters of tho American Revolution at tho resl don6o of Mrs. W. C. Cooper, East Camblcr sttcet, Wednesday evening. Everything connected with the en tertainment was colunlal and patriotic in cbaiactcr. The style of tho invi tations displayed the former. They were worded as follows: , Ye Dames and Daughters . iwU bdnpie&sW to'J'gVeelTyotF ' at home of MlBtress Cooper 115 of yo Gambler streote to fitly celebrate ye Birt...

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 February 1911

0i ig.W'w Wi&msEJts SETSSSISIIiiTOw'w in UN I, tfWim, PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1011 m m h a I) $ m ft P .' I CASE Against Insurance Co. Warm ly Contested In Lourt Plaintiff Lost His Logs While Stealing A Hide And Received But Fifth Of ills Insurance Policy Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice When common picas court conven ed Monday afternoon tbo case of Hoefllcli vs Tho Franklin Marino Ac cident and Plato Glass Insurance com pany was taken up. The samo case occupied tho attention of thu court and tho Jury most of Tuosday. Tho plaintiff In this caso, Hoefllcli, Is a young man whoso home Is In Frcderlcktown. Two yoarB agobc boaidcd a D. & 0. freight train near Columbus and was thrown under tho wheeels with tho icsult that both legs wero cut off. At tho llmo of tho ac cident he carried an accident lnsui mice policy In the company of the de fendant In tho sum of $100. Tbo de fendant claimed that there was a pio vlslon In tho pulley that If t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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