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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 7 March 1911

'Wi, ' ' t--''" tA THE DEMOOBATIO BANKEJt TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1011 PAGE THMNTt JT HMMnNMBHIHHHHHVHMHWMWIMMIMIHBMMMaiHnBHHHiVBHWl r UNVEILINQ Of The Portrait Of Samuel L Smith, First Master 01 Mt. Zion Lodge, No, 9,' F. & A. M. Friday Evening, A Most Pleasant Event Id Masonic Circles Jodge J. B. Weight Gives An Excellent Address , i Program Followed ( By Re freshments And Smoker Beautiful exercises marked the dedi cation of tho new portrait of Samuel Hj South, tho first master of ML Zion lodge, No. 9, F. & A-. M. at the Mason ic Tomplo on Friday evening, this date being tho regular March communica tion of the lodge. Tho event'was at tended by over one hundred and fif ty Masons and tho exercises wero most fitting and appropriate. The portrait, done In India Ink and with an oval Mission framo, is hung over tho fire place in tho lodge room nnd is & handsome ornament and a fit ting tribute to the first master of Mt Zion loilge. .JJJ..J.J.JJ,J..J.J THE INSCRIPTION ON THE PICTURE...

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 March 1911

t )iiwfJfirfrgtatirfflfirji'H- & . TitH'l."W' jyifr'THiwfffljrswiiiffii AOE rOUB THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 Corset Week at Ringwalt's rnT-PP anC MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor otool1 - WoobLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.50 por year. Entered at the ML Vornon, O., post office ub second class mall matter. UNCLAIMED MAIL The following letters remain un claimed In the ML Vernon postofflca: To avoid delay In dollvory havo your mall addi eased to street and number, P. O. box or genoral dollvory. Advertised March 6, 1011. Cnrtwrlght, Vorno Crouthers, t oyd Frnnkllng, Mrs. Hob. Gallagher, ". W. Grant, Miss Nellie lloug. Mrs. C. t Ilouelcr, Mrs. Hunter, Geo, Hammond, Miss 0. Hammond, D, (G) Hammond, Mrs. D. Kcaji, Okoy King, Otis f Knoux, Mrs. Q. Loploy, Win. P. Lewis, M. 13. Louis, J. M. McEllber, Mrs. A. J. Mnrlnl, Josoph Martin, Glotin Melton, Frod Fhclnn.JIni Rawlins, D, D. Shuff, Wesley (Urnritli'i. O.) SlmpEon, Win. Smytho, Miss Kalliorlno Stew...

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 March 1911

-"J,.. --'rtt - ( TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1011 THI DXMOORATIO BANNIK r PAM WV Tf11 llfM . ' 1 . BULLETIN Issued By The State Fire Marshal For The Week Shows Over-Insurance As A Cause Of Fires Makes Suggestions To Agents And Assured As To How Number Of Fire Can Be Decreased Some Interesting Information In The Bulletin Columbus, O., March 6 Stato Piro Marshal John W. Zubor has Issued the following bulletin In "Over-Insurance As a Causo of Fires Suggestions to Agents and Assured:" Over-Insurance probably causes the Stato Fire Marshal's Olllco moro un necessary trouble and labor than any other circumstance connected with fires. The term "ovor-lnsuranco" car ries its meaning on Its face; but lest there be some who do not understand Its Import It may bo explained that it simply means insuranco In an amount In excess of tho value of the property Insured. It is a bugaboo to insurance companies and this office alike, and it seems impossible to entirely eliminate it. Over-Insurance is sometimes inn...

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 March 1911

fltE&&2H22fc3ti wmmmsew rtlM'Mfttft 1 - -- iM.ffi.Wu,Ma. ree fei& THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 A SJNNER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD, . YET ONLY A CHILD, ELECTROCUTED Hlgiil Have Lived a Thousand Years Brooklyn, Mnrch G.-rnslor Russell preached tlilh aft ernoon ' hi Brodk lya's largest Au ditorium and In tlio .pyculng held a Question Meet ing. Roth 'service's woro Crowded nM at bolfi eager jina deep Interest wo manifest. The text .of tlio after noon service wns, "yatftfCnFORTBr THERE SnALL BR!, NO MORE DEATH OF AN' INFANT OF AYS. NOIt OF AN' Ofct) RfAN WHO HATH NOT FILLED' III8 DAYS. FOU THE DYING ONE SHALL qE BUT THE CHILD AT AN HUN DRED YEARS OLD-A SINNEIt AT A UUNDItED YEARS OLD. HE SHALL BE ACCUItSElr-CUT OFF FBO.M LIKE (ISAIAH LXV. 20). Tlio speaker nnlcl: Our text Is n pnrt of (lie Divine prophecy of the IileHsIiifra which will come to Isrnel unci to the whole world during MchhIiiIi'h glorious reign of n tlioiisnml years beginning with the close of this Go...

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. — 7 March 1911

w mnsjmiif jmm immmmifNf m nw MT MS'quyiywH iSywywiwiMiijiiiiPpj PWVWWmi'!!' JTilSM-. hmnniaT J1 lrllfW't'?Wi-' wrwi.ytii),.wy(fw TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 STUNG Have Been Subscribers To Proposed Electric Hood According To Statements Of A Hit. (ulead Paper 7 Mt. Vernon People Have Subscribed Money For Tbe (load Which Looked Good On Paper J What Thfi Mt. fiilp.nri Senti nel Says Of Ihe Matter Have tho pcoplo who subscribed to tho proposed Delaware, Mt. Gllead and Gallon electric road, and that from Marlon to Mt. Gllead and Mt. Vernon, been stung by promoters of tho electric railway proposition? This Is tho question sot forth by tho Mt. Gllead Sentinel. A letter from O. S Clark, vlco president of tho Central National Bank of Attica, Indiana, re ceived by ono of Mt. GUead's business men, suggests an affirmative answer. Whether or not, as tho letter Indi cates, tho paying over of ?3,50O to q company of Cleveland engineers last summer for a so-called "Commercial Report," Is tho end of tho t...

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 March 1911

--' mfcjsjjr- NanlllMH w."- w. wr-i1'"!- K CISHT THE DEMOOKATIO BAHNEB TUESDAY, MARCH 7, IBIf IK ypypmBfM-T-"" I ff I ' I t i IEF0SES TO BOW ITO GOVERNOR D1X SMiai Issses Reply to Bar , 'Ursor's Senatorial Dictum 'FIRST CONFERS WITH LEADERS Heafflrmt Former Attitude, Declaring That Ho Will Remain In Raoa Un til Majority of Democratic Leglsla tora Request Him to Withdraw In Intorett of Party Harmony De larea Willingness o Co Before Caucua to Determine Candidacy. New York, March 6. After a con farence with aereral Democratic leaders of tho state organization, In eJudlnn; Norman E. Mack, chairman I the Democratic national commit tee, William F. Bbeehan issued the 'following atatement In reply to Oor e)raor Dlz's address to the legislature b tho senatorial situation! 1 regret to seo that the Demo era tic coventor of the staU has yielded to the solicitations of the small minority of the parry who for weeks have been obstructing the election of tho regularly chosen can didate of the party...

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 March 1911

f "t,Tp?",i np iw?yr-,'-7,""'"-Tf T ew0jcffte unntv. m PRICE TWO 0ENT3 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY,' MARCH 10, 1911 No. 20 ESTABLISHED 183ft 'y WWPyw tyyyw -y-wf 9 B lC i n i i PRESIDENT DIAZ REPORTED DEAD Mexican Government Suppresses All 4 News From Capital , Plan ForMobilization Of Troops Is Gradually Unfolding United States Government Has No Intention Uf Crossing Boundary Unless Foreign Interests Are Jeopardized Mexican Consul At Juarez Talks Uf War Jf Intervention Is Attempted i New Orleans March 9. Reports havo reached this city that President Dlaf of Mexico lo dead. It has been Impossible to . secure , any af-' flrmatton or denial of the report. It la officially known hero that tho Mexican government has placed an absolute embargo on all news from Mexico. The Associated' Press leased wire running from Laredo, Tex., to Mexico City, was closed, and the Associated Press notified that noth-i ' tag more could be, handled. Tho cablo to Mexico City went out of i business at the same time...

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 March 1911

&1ummHWmmnwumwmMiifawuitv)mkimwu'iiimmim Hti)liHIIIl,M MIUIHM,ii.iiMIIi.IHU tAGE TWO mil DEMOCRATIC BANKER Wfmmmmtfmmmrtmvi'vmAiwfiitxmaiLmitJirimf. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911 1 ' ' ' I 4 4 ! 4 ! ! 4 4 $ fr J. FREDERICKTOWN Mr. James M. Dlalr,- of Lexington, Wo, visited with friends in this place Ito past week. The fiftieth anniversary of tho Wo wen's Foreign Missionary Society of U M. E. church was held In tho karch parlors on Thursday after tteoa of last week and was a most 9lablo occasion. All tho other mis sionary societies In tho vlllago were tavlted to bo present and partake of the good things. Tho program given Was as follows: Music. Devotional Mrs. Jennlo Ball. Prayer Rev. Thomas Hambly. Paper, "Woman and Her Develop ment," by Mrs. M. P. Howes, which wa3 read by Miss Mabel FnwcotL Paper, "Miss Anna Hasseltlno Jud son" Mrs. J. M. Howard. Solo Miss Mary Davis. Paper, "Mrs. Borezus," by Mrs. Mur ray Agnow. Paper, "Isabollo Thoburn," by Mrs. J. C. Daguo. Paper, "Our First Missio...

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 March 1911

f ii? - wTTjpr - -ij N FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC JBANNEil pAd f Hftti "T -C B PAINFUL Injury Sustained By Mrs. Sidney Congthn On Tuesday Mrs. Sidney Congdon mot with n vory painful accident whllo at hor homo on East Qamblor Btrcot Tues day afternoon. Sho was operating n sowing machlno and was passing a ploce of, cloth under tho nccdlo whon hor hand slipped slightly and allowed tho index finger on tho left band to restdlrectryundorthenocdlo.Thoflngor was pierced through tho nail, tho ncedlo breaking, loavlng a portion of it In tho finger. Dr. C. K. Conard was called to rendor surgical atten tion. 4 .- 8TATE OP OHIO', CITY OF TOLEDO LUCA8 COUNTY, as: Prank J. Choney makes oath thai ho is senior partner of the Arm of F J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tht City of Toledo, County and StaU aforesaid, and that said firm will pa; the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every casa of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Swor...

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 March 1911

. -'-t ...- . I. L.. jSriwiwtf,iiiw7ii)'i!iiiHni' liiwSMfyiii tiVfimnrtfriitTifWWBm MttimmmiMiimitittMuimMriiJMkiuxuMnittti uiXStiiitini inAmWiiiwmiiiii$htMi HwXt&M!toMrfaHHW&LUimmtiiiimtn,itivmimb AQE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANWEK FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911 ' "fMlii4 .-. ..., ..?. M11HNT VHkNON. OHIO 'HANK HARPER, tdttor r I - 'W o Ic 1 MONUMENT SQUARE BuhKcrlptlon Hnio-r$1.50 per year. V Entered at the ML Veruon, O., post office as second class malt matter. Caod The Death Of A Babe At Mansfield lotiier Hears The Screams Of Child Too Late (Mansfield News) Lena Lcona, the nlnotoon months 'Old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Alhort Tiler, of Orchard stroot, dlod Wed nesday morning at 1 o'clock of burns received Tuesday. - About threo o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Tlfor was down stairs and two of Uio chil dren ivoro playing upstairs. Slio heard the baby scream, and, running up to the second lloor, Mrs. Tlfor found the baby's clothing In flames. Tho mother stnothorod tho flames ont 'as qui...

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 March 1911

- nwmmwpm ym immwrnm 'M.?7755555"P FRIDAY, MARCH 10, (011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK PAGE PIVB MA iURE Proposed Requiring Heal lonsideraliun In Urnls. To Be Mcntianed In Trans fers Of Properly Steps To Be Taken To Stop lloldiiy Up uf Bills Thus Thwarting The Will Of Ihe Leyislaiure 'Other Matter (if Interest Be fore 1 he lieueralAsseinl.ly. N Columbus, O., March 9 Another measure intended to aid the deputy statu tax commissioner In each-coun ty In his woik ot listing pioperty for taxation at its ttue value in money, Is the one lequiting that teal considera tion for all tiausfois of pioperty must be given. 'Ihe house taxation com mittee will advocate the new mcas uie, which will "forbid tho use of the phi asos, "fl and other considera tions" otc. As a measure of rectifying false re turns, lnsuianco policies, as indica tive of the minimum value of proper ty, are to be used by taxing ofllclala. In securing proper returns' of person al pioperty much reliance will bo had on tho pi o vision of...

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 March 1911

.i-'A iM&anaRz--' - - -aiu&, fSgSii&li jfuliTil'MI! j&. JMTJSS.... A, nkXtWMflHtWIilTWXimYlWItKlBHWImM tirmtummimmmmm9r'WJftssi.!iL'.v - o S tiir1wtiFi-t(ttyte "T A mUBE 6IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911 tt lis" m tt rt ONV NCED Cincinnati Audience Too Much Is S Id Conducted The Affairs Of The Municipality Showed Remarkable Returns On Personal Properly is Made By The Public Service Corporations Showed That One Per Cent Limit Is Feasible Columbus, O., March 7 noprcaon 'tatlve William T. Smith of Marlon, convinced a largo audlonco of Cincln natinns, who heard him apoak In that city, that their public offlcorB aro spending too much monoy and that 8omo check should bo put on tho of ficers right to levy taxoa. Tbo strong est opposition to the 1 tax rato hill ha3 come from the Queen City. Tho taxation conditions in practic ally nil Ohio cities aro similar to thoso in Cincinnati, whoro according to figures by Hep. Smith, Bmall homo owners nnd others least abl...

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 March 1911

",w,7n""i FRIDAY, MAHCH 10, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PACK 8KVCIW n'miwmmN)inmsy CIRCU IT Court Convened Tuesday Morning At 0 O'clock And Recessed During Hour Qf Mrs. Cooper's funeral Two New Judges On The Bench This Term Commissioners To Improve The Columbus Road The Andrew J. Harisock Will - Filed In Probate The Starch torm of Knox county circuit court convened In Mt. Vernon Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock with two new Judges on tbo bench Judge R. S. Shields of Canton and Judge Lewis K. Powell of ML Gllead. Judge It. M. Voorheea of Coshocton Is the presid ing Judge. The docket was called and the regu lar assignment of cases was at once taken up by the court. Before the hearing of cases was commenced, Presiding Judge Voor heea announced that tbe court would take a recess in the afternoon during the hour of the funeral service of Mrs. Cooper, whoso husband, Col. W. C. Cooper, waa for many years an emin ent member of the Knox county bar, the recess being taken to enable the members of ...

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 March 1911

viwti SSsS8St2SSSE5im2 iifiSCTWIWiH mlvvMrvvww'VHMnvi THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1B1I VMM CISHT i Ei. J w V r t SHORT LOCAL S(ns 18c, butter 24c. Mrs. Armlnda Oberholtzer of Ccn rtiurg Is the guest of her slater, Mrs. M. R. Uoal of North Liberty. Mr T. B. Parrott left this morning er DaUvIa, Ohio, where he will visit brother. Judge John a. 1'arroii. Mr. M. P. Oliver of PHUburg, Pa., pent Monday In ML Vernon on busl sesB. Mr. W. J. Vance left Monday even ing for Chicago, III., where he will at tend to some business matters. Miss Helen Louise Oorden and Mra. Tnhn Whltford of this city are spend ing several daya with relatives hi Fredcrlcktown. ' Mra. L. S. Van Ithoden was called to ML Gllead Tuesday morning by the serious Illness of her grandfather, Mr. David Ireland. Mr. Henry Spohn and son, Eugene, left Monday evening for Garland, Wyoming, where they will mako a several months' vlalL Rev. Earl Deltrlck will preach his farewell sermon at tho Dretbren church In Buckeye Ci...

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 March 1911

-- w-n pp)jwy-jyfyt-'rip,-w''r -TrT'TirT.-jsw -"-xw .A 'V' ft ('!" r rrmjrr'V' ' "R.'v1'ffl' ""v'"'i JW" "tw JT-TO N jematfttttjc aim PBIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911 No. 21 ESTABLISHED 1836 "T--' 004 v - PAN Army Officers Believe Mexican In vasion Near At Hand Mobilization Is Slow Work-Troops San Antonio And Are Expected To Keep Drifting in 1 Until Wednesday-Expect To See Service Below Rio Grande Until Order Is Restored Or Successor To Diaz is Selected At Honest Election Ban Antonio, Tex., March 13. Within two or three days the Ninth nd Eloventh cavalry regiments aro to be prepared to move to tho Mex ican border, probably to Laredo. No official statement of this fact has como from General William H. Carter, In command of the entlro di vision. General Carter has not made "any statement of any kind to others than his aids and subordinate olll cers. Nevertheless the o Ulcers of theso two cavalry regiments know that they aro to bo prepared to movo on an hour's no...

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 March 1911

"I"1 "''-rr"" " r1rttftflTlhiTniTiirTiTim frmnwlifwriiiii.i i i .m 1 1 n i nfiir- m"' HIHllQMC-TWMiiliS lp ,. NMMETWO THE DEMOCRATIC BAH2TER TUESDAY, MARCH 14 1911. nmjiamimimrvlt OLDJRICK IMfi't Work On A Mansfield Citizen lecclved Letter From Spanish Prisoner (Mansfield News) C. D. Appleman has received a let ter dated at Madrid, Spain, Fob. 2, 19H It is a well known fake, trying to bo worked In a llttlo different way. In tho letter to Mr. Apploman Is a dipping supposed to bo from a Lon don paper, telling a harrowing talc, of a Russian banker who was forced to floe from St. Petersburg for ombezz c ment of over five million rubles. The clipping tells how tho man fled lo Spain, where ho lived under an as turned name, but was finally caught tr a detective. Tho Russian, so tho dipping says, shot and killed a mm- ,lan who was with the detective. Thoh ho was taken back to Spain to -be tried for manslaughter. His port anteau was searched but no monoy found In It. Right hero Is whoro tho ...

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 March 1911

' -vt-ti 1 TUESDAY, MARCH 14 1911. VICTORY For The lit. Vernon Debating Teams Friday Night Won The Debate At Home By An Unanimous Vote And At Newark By A Vote Of Two To One A Great Demonstration Over The Double Jictory An Account Of The Debate Held In This City The third irlangular debate be tween the Zanesville, Newark and Mi. Vernon High bchools was held on Fri day evnning. ML Vernon won at homo by an unanimous decision of the judges as well as at Newark by a vote of to 1, tho question being: "Resolved That the United States Should Adopt a Graduated Income Tax with an Ex emption of Income Below J5000." ML Vernon won on the negative at home and on the affirmative at Newark. The High school auditorium was completely filled on Friday evening by a very enthusiastic crowd, a large rortion ot which was High school students. School songs and yells were given In a lusty manner before the appearance of the debaters and spirit and Interst wss shown on every hand. The room was decorated for ...

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 March 1911

wmrmnnenmimiicaxmTKrM.Wimuiwiiwmu Ty . rACE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 14 1911. h I: i c a MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor Sonal-'W oolsJLy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription IUto flXO per year. Entered al the ML Vernon, 0 post--eflce as second class malt matter. Case May Be Tried In Hbox CsQily Prisoner Asks For A Client Of Yesse (Newark American Tribune) A motion for a chango of Tenue in the case of Ohio versus Louis J. Bol ton, charged with murder in the first! degree was filed Friday morning. The document was lodged with Clerk Larason and ia supported by six -affidavits and tho pleading is submit ted by James It- Fitzgibbon and Frank A, Bolton attorneys for tho accused. The affidavits do not differ in sub stance and are signed in detail by Messrs. J. W. Horner, C. L. Flory, Hoderic Jones, J. II. Jones, Wayne Collier and Charles W. Montgomery ail prominent attorneys of this bar. The affidavits stale that there is a public sentiment against the accused -in this ...

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 March 1911

TUEDAY, MARCH ! 191 1. THE DEMOOBATIO BAHlfEX PAQB PIVW mil MJI 111 IIIIIIWM1 iin limn , k BOUND 0?er To Tie Grasd Jury M Goes Ts Jail Fslfaaass Who Claimed To Reside Ii ML Venn IsftflwCoifiieiliGoslKtii Ctiity Jail It Is Tie Belief Be Is 01 tali Mild Aid Is Uider Close Care Of A P&ysiciai (Coshocton Times) C. I. Polhamns, who came here from Ml. Vernon, nor rests in the Cos hocton county jatt. He, of unbridled amorous Inclinations was arraigned before Mayor Caaslngham Saturday morning and throngh his attorney 3. L. McDowell, walred a preliminary hearing , and was bound over to the grand Jury by Mayor Cassinghani In the sum of J50O. Attorney McDowell, requested thai this sum be reduced, but the Mayor after talcing the mat ter under adrisement, expressed the belief that under the circumstances, the amount was not too large. "Beau" Polhamus is held under the charge o haTing obtained J3, under false pre tenses, from John Morrow, one of his prospe;tive fathers-in-law. Xo afSdajit has...

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 March 1911

, WjJW,ii6TBgTrrrffi 7 -v. f .nfw .jit ? ' ''' "- .!'-- . -,.... t tmrmrttiiiin . r -- -- " --' - -' - -!-- ii.Iiiiiii.m...j i urn ii mi HUHWmimun ..--.JU-teatx 'nHninnf.iy uiitiiit tumrTzzstJVIMImniTi'Ui .-wfa auaumiaaaa; IMWKWflflHW(rWWW'WBPrHWi nE 6IX THE DEMOCRATIC BAWTNEE TUE8DAY, MARCH 14 101ff rf, ..".-.- lf . r v I. U r4 X 14 MORE' DEAD FLIES H THE PRECIOUS OINTMENT Pant op Rustoll Points Out Mors Decep tive Addition to the Word of God Contained in Our Common Version 'Bibles, Out Shown to Os False Bo cause Not Found In the Oldest Greek M8S. One of These "Flies" Has Moulded Aceopted Theology Dead Flies Cause the Apothecary's Olnt rjnent to Stink (Ecoleilastes x, 1). Not lone ngo I pointed out tlintj the last twelve verses of St. Mark's Gospel In our Com mon Version are spurious so recog nized by all schol ars, because thoso verses arc not to be found In any of the oldest Greek ilSS. tind were evidently added to the still future. It cannot be set up until Word of God In the se...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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