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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 February 1910

mHijLW m..h"ljM"wmi "'mmmme.vmrm Bljp " iHM lf?W3!PWW FAOHTWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 2ft, lb 10 i.i.it.mjjmiuu' "in mi mini ii i ii ii iiiriTn""'" mmttmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' V cj l I m MASONS Hay Erect Memorial To George Washington Initiated into Tiie Order In Yaer 1752 Alexandria, Va., Fob. 22 A move "Mont for tbo oroctlon of n national Masonic memorial to Ooorgo Wash tegton was officially launched today a & national gathering of eminent Masons hold under tho auspices of Alexandria-Washington Lodge of this atty. Grand mnster Masons from w&ny sections of tho country attend od the meeting this morning at which a national organization was formed to arry out tho project. Later In tho iny tho visitors Journeyed by special train to Mount Vernon to placo a Wreath on tho tomb of Washington. George. Washington was Initiated as member of Masonic Lodgo No. 4, of Fredorlcksnurg on November 4, 1752. Wo unusual display was mado at his Initiation, and tho only relics of the ccas...

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. — 25 February 1910

' ' 'Wisr'fr"vn J " V w -T? ' ,TJjiWWT)flflf-il"iw-jrnjr u ) -.1 p' ItVidny, Februnry 25, 1010 FLOWING Darperies Are The Keynote Ot Fashion Today So Far As Elaborate Costumes Are Concerned Spangled Fabrics Offered In Fashionable Shops Side Trimming Appears On Evening Costumes The Lastest Styles From New York dty (By Florence Fairbanks Now York, Fob, 23. Flowing draporlcs aro cho keynote of present Any fashion, at least so far as the moro elaborato costumes aro con cerned. The shops display a largo rarloty of tho most beautiful mater ials which lend themselves admir ably to achieving this effect and, at tho samo time wonderfully enhance the general effect by the richness of their texture and the artistic charm of their coloring. Whllo the one-pleco or princess gown Is by no means a thing of the past, a very effective mode which Is among tho novelties certain of suc cess is tho separate waist, of moro or loss elaboration, with skirt to matcn. Bo far as material goes. The waist to drap...

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. — 25 February 1910

mmmmmmmmmmm flp?yT?ir5p5 n j. i WMjr' rrTrnr"'nr, r-vyj"w;n ' ir" iityn igmiwimi,"' wwwyi'yy y T-;-TffMlJv''' ' ''' WJ$4KflWfri tFmf ,7.irg ."aw. -w -yfj. .tWMI.M)4fJW iffi mm voir THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNEB Friday, Fchrnnix 2.", 10 If) FRANK HARPER, Editor SRoxxaJ- w oolicly Subscription Bate ?1. GO par yoa 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., post office as second class mall matter. o PAH) PADDED SAIjABIKS. So thoy have boon paying padded salaries to tho ompoyca of tho state board of public works. Although tho stntuto fixed his salary at $1,000. the assistant onglnoor lion boon got Hlng $2,100; tho eocretary, whoso sal ory is fixed at (1500 hns been getting $1,800; and & $700 clerk has been drawing $900. The senato finance- committee out out the "excess", which was again Included in tho partial appropriation bill for this yoar ns it passed tho house, and sot tho salaries back to tho amounts flxod by the statutes. Now what do you suppose they propose 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. — 25 February 1910

"'4B-flSr,'"'mHV V fwvfi r r-i W(J Xnrlrtajr, February 88, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BAKWEE pnrn Tf"r7T"t VAtm m '' TREATMENT Of Tiidse Afflicted With Great White Plague At The Slate Sanatorium Near Mt. Vernon Described By A Lady Visitor To The Institution Who Was Favorably Impress ed With The Methods And Has High Praise For Superintendent Conwell Tho Chlllicotho News-Advertiser of Tuesday contains an article on tho "great whtto plague," tho modern method of treating It at tho Mt. Ver non State Sanatorium, and some refer ence and description of that Institu tion. Tho article la written by Mrs. Lucy Allen Smart, a sister of Miss Elizabeth Allen, head nurso at the Sanatorium. Tho exceedingly inter esting article is as follows:: Curing tho White Plaguo without medicine that Is what tho great state of Ohio is doing at its magnificent new Institution recently built upon tho beautiful hills of Knox county. J'Thoy don't worry" was tho explan ation which a visitor gavo of tho pro gress toward hea...

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. — 25 February 1910

mmmtimmmwiimmAMmrmimmmMmmmmmmmm. m,"4tni - - BtallUliBMM'IClMMIIlMMUMMMwIIM'utAil iHtwmJiirt'tl'li''l-' it- ifi' W V't,'"W v?t V FAGK SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 2S, 1919 . . "fcnrr i"' "" '-"M n um .. ' ft K I L Holds A Very Brief Session On Monday Evening Street Railway Company Ordered To Repair Wires Which Are Injuring Trees On East High St. Ex Mayor Smith Addresses Members Of tiuncil On Ills Work Of Prosecution Violators Of Liquor Laws The city council met In regular session In tlio council cliambor Mon day evening with Prcsldont Dover In the chair. All members answered to their names aa the- roll was called. The minutes of tho last two regular meetings were- road and approved aB read by Clork Mclntlro. Solicitor ixonard road a section of tho law coucornlng tho doposlilnj. of city funds In a bank or trust company. Tho occasion for this read ing was tho question that war brought up beforo tho council as to whether tho funds hud boon iJgnll dep'hlted, ns the law say...

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. — 25 February 1910

,''nfflftpflipii' twyvy4ijP "' 'tfF vvw'm'pwwiim''wi tw ifwwpF1 ,warr"' Trwrr"- ''n.ymiiwi''"'wiwiiwy iyftTgp-7T'-wrw-' ?W''T i W"W'.'$i"ri,W" v Friday, Fcbninry 28, 1010 LAW Provides That All Persons Shall Be Enumerated .ur At Their ."Usual! Place"! Of Abode" Some Information About Jhe Law Washington, D. C, Feb. 22. The explicit and longthy 'flrlutod lnstru& lions to tho consus enumerators, T7hlch have been prepared by tho United States census bureau, give u lcar Idea of tho charactor of tho onsworo expected from tho people of the United States with regard to tho Questions in the population schedule to ho carried In tho Decennial cen sus April 15 next. All answers are to have reference solely to tho "Consus Day," which Is April 15. Persons living on that day, but who died after It and befora 'iho enumerators call, aro to bo count ed, but persons born after April 15 aro not to be included in tho count. Persons who were single on April 15 aro to bo roportcd as single, oven though...

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. — 25 February 1910

MliiWfllMiiailUft S)W (OV . ST-Hr-3- Te-(vij. I'JTUitfUJiJJiMmi-iMW'iiii BMimiMii'WWMWWTfrWflWiWy T- "T3T?r-' Hill llllllll ll "'I '! iTfl ' riT"Tfl7 TTI -pf; Ii-mU.hIiIM MiMM ""fvrflr r A fPAOe SIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February S3, 1910 9 -K )iu V IN WASHINGTON, D. C, CHIVALROUS, high-minded, Impulsive, gonorous, courteous, conrngeonn, loyal, ft bollovcr In good fellowship, a lover of homo, magnaulmous to ono tnles, truo to friends, Is a reputation tliat any man may well onvy. No man better exemplifies this description than Col. AVllll-m Camp, whose lostlmonlal is given below. Jlla unlquo flguro and charming personality is woll known in tho streets of tlio capital city of tho United States. His word Is as good Mills bond. Ilia frankness and truthfulness no ono has over questioned that knew him. Read what ho says concerning Pornna. " wrlto to say that I have valuable remedy for coughs or colds and rebuilding of a worn and tired system, dissipating and eradicating that old...

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. — 1 March 1910

PPpjW-JgJl-l-lBiBIPy n iwiftiite mik? ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1910 No. 17 PRICE TWO CENTS She IfteW Q i ' , W y OR STRIKE Gomes After Day of Disorder. QUAKERS ARE RIOTOUS Boy Killed Wbcn Streetcar Is Derailed by Mob. MANY PERSONS ARE INJURED Unless Transit Company Agrees to Arbitrate By Saturday, 95, 000 Toilers Will Join Army of .' Unemployed and Will Attempt to Force Settlement Through t Public Opinion. Philadelphia, Fob. 28. By an al most unanimous voto union labor In this city votod to back up the strik ing raotorracn and conductors In their fight against the Philadelphia Rapid Transit company." The Central Labor union, aftqr a secret meeting of 600 delegates, voted for a general Btrlko to go Into effect next Saturday. Tho decision of the union bosses followed a daj of continuous rioting In which a boy was killed and CO per sons ljjrt. The trouble spread over tho soutticastchi 'sccito'ndf the city and flared up generally wherover po Uco protection was ...

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. — 1 March 1910

BMMMMMMBMJ(BHHBWBBKHHRBBHBi 'ty&fQflfaWtiYWWf yptyfww'vty ifl'ipfifl'fjifl THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, March 1, 1010 & TWO For Sprains wJ(mM v Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and Can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesn't need to be rubbed all you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion, and reduces the swelling. , Here's the Proof. Mr. L. Roland, Bishop of Scran ton, Pa. says: "On tho 7th of this present month, as I was leaving tho building at noon for lunch, I tOlpped and fell, spraining my wrist. X returned in the afternoon, and at lour o'clock I could not hold a pen ell In my hand. I returned homo I later and purchased a bottle of Sloan's Li STRAY TopicsOf Interest From Utile ' Old New York The Problem. Of Perpetual Happiness is Solved nt and used It five or rix times heforo I went to bed, an...

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. — 1 March 1910

frP tpj'n's" '' '-ta , STJvftrrj 'TSffWmrvi'TWl'w K Tuesday, March 1 lpJtO. ITHE DEMOCRATIC? BANNER rAan f RALLY Given By Kniglits Of Macca bees A Great Success Over One Hundred Candidates Receive Degrees In The. .Pythian Armory Fri day Evening i Great Tent Officers Were In Attendance Degrees boos of tho United States. Ho urged tho mombcrs of tho Mt. Vernon tont to get up a company of tho uniform rank. At this point a prize, a handsome American flag, was presented to tho Tent having tho largest per cent of mombers present outsldo of Mt. Ver non, Tho count Vovealed tiio fact that Mt. Llhorty nod tho largest repre sentation, having a per cent of 92, and accordingly they woro awnrded tho flag. Commander of Mt. Liberty tpnt responded In a few words In re ceiving tho flag. Mt. Vernon Tont will rccolvo a prlzo In monoy for conducting tho And Conferred The Upon The Candidates Ono of tho greatest events over hold by any secret society In Mt. Vernon was tho Initiation and rally conducted by ...

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. — 1 March 1910

v w pacts Toxm THE DEMOCRATIC BAHHEB !Tdjr,!ftrch 1. 110 l ' ( FRANK HARPER, Editor fil ojoadL-'VU'" lacJLy Bubscrlptlon Rate 1.B0 por yea 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., post office as second class mall matter. ItETAIN THE ItltlDQK WOItKS If it had been poBolblo for nil iho citizens of Mt. Vornon to bo present nt the meeting of tho Citizens' asso ciation Thursday night and occuro at first hands tho information relative to tho nttltudo of tho Mt. Vernon Brldgo company with roferonco to their remaining k&ro or going oIbc- whero, all would lifo boon Impress cd with tho vory fJ&r position thoy occupy In tho matter, and of tho ex ceedingly rcaBonnfclo roqulromont that Is Imposed for Iho retention of tho works In Mt, Vornon. Ml would ilen havo boon (raprcsuod with Mn oirncstncss that provallcd at 'hi meeting, and would havo bocomo im bued with tho iiamo purposo of put ting their uhouldors to tho wheel, nnd making ovory poBolblo effort to ralso ...

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. — 1 March 1910

mmmmmmmmmmmi jwnj? tnaj, Mutter, loio. DEMOCRATIC BAKHEE K K tt : V STRIKEN Down By Death At His Post - Of Duty Death Comes Instantly To Florence Sullivan The Veteran Watchman At The D. & 0. Crossing Heart Trouble Was The Cause Of His Death Was Employed :Bv The Com pany For ears Remaining at his post of duty to the very end, death came Instantly to Florence Sullivan, the veteran watch man at the Vine street crossing of the B. & O. railroad at about 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. He was found dead In his little "shanty" near the erasing by Carlo Serpe, foreman of the B. & O. extra section gang. Mr. Sullivan's death was due to heart dis ease. Mr. Sullivan had not been in tho boat of health for tho past week. A day or so ago Mr. Daniel Stone called upon Mr. Sullivan at his shanty and at that time ho was suffering from a Blight attack of heart trouble and was scarcely able to talk. During tho fall months, Mr. Sullivan also sufforcd a severe attack of heart trouble. Mr. Sulli...

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. — 1 March 1910

nixifjiMi jiWawipiwBywwwippfcifiwwfw i mhm ipW"' W Tirr-iiiK'i!i((wiuTfMiff?'i ' furW' H Tf&rW'r frOWn?"'" PAGKSEC THE DEMOCRATIC BANN Tuesday, March 1, 1010 jvw up io citizen: $20,000 Must Be Raised By Sub scription At Once Citizens' Association Pledges Itself lo Accomplish It Committee Of Fifteen Appoint ed To Raise The Money ..... ... And A . Vigorous Campaign Will Be Conducted Among The Citizens Of Ml, Vernon Immediately Ball Started Rolling By The Citizens' Association At An Earnest Meeting On Thursday Niglif Alt. Vornon mum. retain tlio llriilu lvorltHl .Such was llio opinion, nlronnly and mirncstly expressed at llio meeting of tlio Cltlens' iiHHodiillon at (liu city council clmmlHjr 'J'lmrmluy nllit, anil ulilrli wiw attended liy ovor fifty rncnilxTH of tlio oi-kiiiiUiiUoii. Tlio limtUtr In plainly put. up lo llio cIiJ.ciih of Ml. Vernon, and n prompt rcriioiiNo Ih iHWWHury If tlio plant Is lo lo rebuilt Irt're. Kovcnil oilier clllct uro HC-ekln llio location of llio plan...

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. — 1 March 1910

Hi,KHHHHHHMIMHBRMMmmHHHMMMiOTMa-vVMMM ftytr'WQfW.?''t 5SHsfeai Tuesday, March 1, 1010. If .' w THE DEM00BATI0 BANNER taor hkven I r "" " " i i "" J Pt.t.H.,,.11.,,,,.,, MM-tMQO O PEOPLE'S "t, Sermon tiy CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. ! Ooo Cumberland, Md., Feb. 27. Pastor Russell of Brooklyn Taberriaclo, New York, preached twico hero today In our largest nudltorlum. Uo Is well known hero und had fine audiences. Wo report tils dlscourso from tho above text p.s follows: Today this prophecy 13 fulfilled In our mldstt Notwithstanding the fact that during the past century Bibles have been printed nud circulated among tho people by the million, and notwithstanding tho fact that educa tion has become general so that rich and poor, old nud youug, liavo the ability to read God'u Word, neverthe less wo are In the midst of the very famine specified by tho Prophet. It scorns almost Incredible that we should bo famishing now with Bibles In our homes, when our saintly forefathers...

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. — 1 March 1910

"Jr1r TP" g""j rri,--n--- , irw,f!Bw-' UraxpB'i,1 ' 'yinynnnMnwr r w ! ''" n-w m ! my W F"1 tnWBWWfWBflM II v.. wrffirr THE DEMOORATIO BANIfER Tuesday, MArch 1, 1M9 rJ! . ,l'U' '" l45iZF"SF r 6, IS ( ? f s S' , r 8 r 'r EXPECT PINGHOT TO . SPRING SENSATION May Tell That Wilson Knew o! Dolllver Letter, f Washington, Fob. 28. It la expect d that O I (lord PlnclioL mar spring another big sensation whllo testifying Wore tho Joint committee which Is Investigating tho affairs of tho general i;ln(j office and tho for estry sorvlco. It Is currently reported hat before ho wroto tho lottor to Sen lor Dolllver, which v. an road In tho senate and which was tho immedlato cbuso of his dismissal from office, Mr. SHnchot discussed tho subject of such communication with Socrotary Wll on, his auporlor. It la not contended teat Socrotary Wilson actually saw ifco lottor after Mr. Pinchot had dic tated It, but tho statoment la made bat ho know Mr. Pinchot Intended ' aondlng It to tho Iowa senator, and t...

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. — 4 March 1910

! :r:!!!!'!S!F'esa K ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910 No. 18 PRICE TWO CENTS m .i , iiiiM ivti!i.paiifwl)ni'''' k OIL KM PLANS TO AID MANKIND Will incorporate Dispense Millions Similar To Education Board-Details Of Scheme Not Made Public Cut llickefeller Says It Vill Do Nobody Harm -Sueks To Secure Flexibility And Scope Over Sub jects Not Covered In Field Of Older Organization Personnel Of board Not Determined Now York, March 3. According to tbo statement Issued by Starr J. Mur phy, one of tho incorporators in the bill introduced In tho national senate by 8enator Gallinger.-the scopo of tho philanthropic activity to be pursued under tho Rockefeller foundation 13 to bo limited only by tho needs of man kind. Murphy, In explaining the elms and scopo of Mr. Rockefeller's newest eleemosynary vehicle, said that so general was to bo Its province In conducting philanthropic works of all kinds that he believed the only way to characterize tho work pur posed to be done b...

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. — 4 March 1910

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmm fSWV VW'WMIIMtWi "VT'f?TT'"f4pT,''"' rw;p&8'&TVir&! "VHjr' ' i(5fww'r "TABS TW9 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, March 4, 1010, wJkMmnt.mAMK, 4MWJWMMmwMmiw, immgm" mawwy sjS'!- vr'-r-r- f v L i t i It t - MARCH Terra 0( Circuit Court Con venes On Tuesday k Bridge Is Out In Western Knox County Oilier Items From The Temple Of Justice ! Tho March torm or 'oho circuit ort of Knox county oonvonod Tues day morning at nlno o'clock with Judges Taggart, Donahuo and Voor tooos on tlio bench, tho lattor having lully recovered from his recent Ill ness. Tho first case taken up by., tho court was that of Levering Brothers fa tho Llvo Stock Commission com pany. Partition Butt A suit In partition hao boon filed In tho court of common pleas of Knox county by George Haines ngalnst Sa dlo Marshall ot al. Tho land in ques tion Is located In Wayno township. Tho nttornoy for tho plaintiff Is L. C. StUlwcll. Drldgo Is Out At tho regular mooting of tho county ...

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. — 4 March 1910

wJnAwntfrawi i ieW iMMMMaMAHMMgdMMMKu i;.wsiMH '-.ft. A, J Si-May, March 4, 1910, tK DEMOCRATIC BANNER VAO L n k ; $1 250 Subscribed To Bridge Works Fund Tuesday Total To Date Reaches The Sum Of $5,500 Committee Delayed In Ex plaining The Agreement Which Is Published In Its Entirey Below Exceedingly FairToBothSides In The Matter Monday subscription $ 4,250 Tuesday's subscription.... 1,250 Total to date . .. $ 5,500 Tuesday was not as good n day for subscriptions to tho Brldo Works fund riB was Monday, tho amount subscrib ed Tuesday bolng $1,250, making tho total so far enrolled $5,500. Tho coramltteomon In their rounds woro somowhat delayed In answering questions In connection with tho agree ment botween tho Bridge company and tho subscribers to tho fund, and as It Is a lengthy document It took tlmo to read it. In order to faclllatate tho gottlng around of tho committee, tho agrcoment Is given below in full for tho information of all. It should bo stated that tho agrcoment was pre p...

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. — 4 March 1910

xszsxs&zzsste tfaUjM,. n.rt. ! irtiwroBwr iWBWUM'''! myyi.ww MlWiW lfWHMi Um iafeWiii)StiF:"' rprr-i 1,1 "VIJW i,-c-"s 1 jrr . r - - t yr? w JAGW FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, March 4, 1918. "n" ' tV""- - " - T'5vT;V,v,i wvyT- -rji --jiiiijiM.-i i- vj j - If V : t '.'' n l : ! 9 FRANK HARPER, Editor Sojxil-'WoolsJLy Subscription Rnto $1.50 per you 5 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered nt the lit Vornon, 0 pofcfc cffJco as second class niall matter. 13RST SHOT OF SHAM RATTLE. Simultaneous with tho roulgnatlon of Wado Kills from ills ofllclnl posi tion at Washington and his roturn to Ohio to tako chnrgo of tho assots nnd liabilities of tho stato Ropublcan machlno as receiver under nppolnt-, raont by Judgo Taft, political dopo appeared la Ilcpubllcan papers to create the Impression that Cox Is dis gruntled and will support Governor Harmon. Note especially tho following ex tracts from political nrtlclo pub lished Monday, Fobruary 28, In tho Ohio Staco Journal: "Cox pract...

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. — 4 March 1910

l!I'Tyn"t " ik V TrmT, siitrch 4, iBi. yE DEMOOBATIO BANNER tak m lj ARRANGEMENTS IMPORTANCE flf Raising $20,000 For Hie Bridge Works Brought Out At Meeting 01 Citizens' Association Mt. Vernon Will Surely Lose The Establishment Unless The Amount Agreed Upon Is Raised Committee To Vigorously Push Along Its Work Monday subscription $ 4,250 Tuesday's subscription.... 1,250 Wednesday's subscription. 2,000 Total to date $ 7,500 If all tho people o Mt Vernon could havo heard tho proceedings at tho mooting ot tho Citizens' association on Wednesday night thoy must havo been impressed with tho Importance of the task that confronts tho subscription committee in raising tho $20,000 for tho retention of tho Bridge Works. Thoy would also havo been Impressed with tho determination of tho commit tco to successfully accomplish tho task hat has been assigned them. Anothor thing, it would have been mado clear to any doubting mind that unless tho subscription is raised that Mt Vernon will loso tho Bri...

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