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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 September 1911

w5pMP w 'VW FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THUS i 'vtt T''JWW' ira'"1lHH K V k V H,s- i M Sr) , i COGNIZANCE Taken By Stale Commission On School Tax Cannot Bring The Levy Up To 17 Mills Schools Come Under The One Per Cent Law Roads Lives Are Also Limit ed To Same Law Officials Cannot Go Beyond Law In The Levies Columbus, O., Sept. 13. Cognizance has boon taken by tbe stale tax com mission of Ohio, of roports that appear to have boon persistently and de signedly circulated throughout tho stato to tho effoct that school boards might levy under au old lay up to 17 mills, without regard to the limita tions of tho levy flxod by tho Smith ono por cent, tax act. The report evi dently was based on a supposed "dis covery" made by a Franklin county official. No attention was paid to it at tho Umo, as tho contention had little basis, but tho persistency with which It has been circulated evidently by per sons who do not want tho ono per cent, law to be a success, hns mi...

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. — 15 September 1911

f, i T-i-in-- r . ., - ., , . n; , UTUll ( ,.z.,,;a:. 9Milkm&imiA'irt" (' l"'fW"l U" -w ' r-. . -ri"' 11 yf t u. -- i ! i'WW'!ft7iWffM W.IIlii'Hliimillwnr',c,"W",m, nmir - . r T1 I" iimti i. ''. ; J A", W :;. i '.. F 4 ' 1 '.M'W 'wX AGE FOUR iiw'n'wiinrwwgwww MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor iox3dL-'7roolKJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.G0 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post efico as second claa mall matter. TO TEACH Citizens Of Small Cities How To Run Towns Chicago, III., Sept. 14 Chicago will next week throw oiten her galea to the world' college or cities and represen tatives of the larger cities of tho world will gather hero to teach the citizens ol tho smaller tQwns the art of muni cipal n J ministration. The occasion will bo the International Municipal Congress nnd Hnositlon, plant! for which have htojv going forward for nearly .i year. Ilejegatlouft from cities throughout tho wothi- arc assured. Among the notal,tje speakers at tho congress will ...

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. — 15 September 1911

t- -TTWHnliTW,T , .riifwijyS?! FRIDAY, 8EPTEMDER 15, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQS PIVR u V l f w h i FAIR In Full Blast Willi Large Attendance New Entries Crowded In On Wednesday The Speed Department Filled To Its Capacity Races Wednesday Afternoon Attracted Much Attention Being Highly Interesting And At Times Exciting Ideal weather, fast races and a large crowd of people marked the second day of tho Knox county lair which Is now In full blast. Wednesday was a grand success and gave the great county event a send off that will carry It through tho remainder of tho week if tho weather remains favorable. A large number of new entries of various descriptions were registered Wednesday morning and by noon ev erything was made lu readiness for tho larger afternoon crowd which was even greater than was anticipated by tho association. Tho speed depart ment is crowded to its capacity, tem porary stalls having been erected at the last moment, and it is with diffi culty that the horses are...

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. — 15 September 1911

lart-egr it.Jit ,,x,, ,,..,, ,,, ,', ,--r- "rvr 1-y -''- ..w''ii"'''tWllWirff''-tl,"',.l8S),!'''l" - n t i .. ",tjr' -. . a i - i 'rfnT f ' wnw w:r ftf PAGE SIX wwim-iwxu-LUUi' jua K Of Ministers Of The Zones ville Conference Rev. John T. Black Return ed To Mt. Vernon Rev, J, H. Wells Continues On iiif. Vernon Circuit Assignments Announced Zanesville Monday At Ttie Complete List As Given Out At Conference The assignment of mining at the Muskingum conference of tho Medio diet Protestant cliurch for the coming year was announced at Zanoflvlllo yon terday. Kev. .Tolin Illaclr. la auaigncxJ to tbc ". I REV. JOHN T. BLACK, Given Assignment at ML Vernon for Another Year. Mulberry Street cnurcli for another year, and llov. .1 M. WclJn Ih again ai algnod to the Ml. Vernon circuit. The complete) list of aimlgninonlH Ih hh foIIowH: Attica, C. 13. Kord; llyoiivlllo, 0. CI. Shurtz; Cambridge, unmiupllod; Co shocton, (, W. Jlwk,' nilloiualivC. K. Stockilnlc; Kmplro, II. O. I.ucaii; May nard, C. ...

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. — 15 September 1911

tyQ&JFfpvfrffa Iwrw ' TWVajpj ., jpr,. FV. fj)',!' J 5 -T fir- p -r FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. fAGE SEVEN uy V j r N i ' rk NOTABLE Gathering To Consider Very Important Problems Confronting The Nation At The Present Time Governors Of Several States Holding Conference Which Wili Last All Through Present Week Governor Harmon Of Ohio Among Those In Attendance WOODROW WILSON Welcomes Governors to An nual Spring Lake Conference. Spring Lake, N. J., Sept. 12. If tho Bolutlon of some of the great prob lems confronting the nntlon at tho present time is to be assisted by the intelligent discussion of men well qualified to speak on the subjects as signed them, then benefits of a wide spread and lasting nature may be ex pected to result from the annual con ference of the governors of the states at tho Union, which assembled at the New Monmouth hotel hero today. It la, perhaps, one of the most notable gatherings that has ever mot to con alder questions pertaining to ...

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. — 15 September 1911

'ftW-""'"l',"'"JWijl"'S!g'T W"" y7";-'V',-wTwtwijimtjJli ""Kwiwryvr 'WWll'PjWr'"T " hi ipjSin'I'rwipvk44VM,,YB0tt ""' iyMjWW' A - I) lit : fV 3IMMS CIOHT CHARLES F. F. CAMPBELL executive Agent For Ohio Commission For the Blind. WORKS FOR THE BLIND 'Charles F. F. Campbell Employed by Ohio Commission. Oolumbua, O., Sept. 14. Charles P. T. Campbell, secretary for the Pitts fcurg Association for the Blind, hafi 3en elected executive agent for tho Ohio Commission for the Blind, and will ossutno his duties Oct. 2. Mr. Campbell la known as one of tho Beading promoters of work for tho "adult blind in tho United States, 1b graduate of tho Massachusetts In stitute of Technology, and afterwards -took a post-graduate course In peda gogy at Leipzig. Mr. Campbell will bo remombercd fey Ohloans because of the campaign lie mado in 1910 for the Ohio coin mission, when ho visited and deliv ered loctures In most of tho larger cities of tho state. Through his ac tivity the legislature of Massachu setts...

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. — 19 September 1911

ssipwwi be 1 mjetro$ atituer. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1911. NO. 75. ESTABLISHED 1836 B "r a SW TRfiOPS I I E1UU1 U 1 lllL HE WALKS AWAY President Taft Begins Journey That Will Take Him 13,000 Miles BEGAN LIFE IN OHIO STATE Former Senator Carter Suddenly Passes Away, y h J.- h City Of Vienna The Scene order And Violence, Follows Socialist Demonstration Against liie High Prices Of The Necessaries Of Life Hob Chase Police To Cover With Showers Of Stoned And Military Is Called Upon To Quell The Outbreak -Cafes And Other Property Wrecked Vienna, Sept. 1&. A dozen person wcjbo 'WUed und 209 wounded in riot ma outbreaks here following a So cial Democratic demonstration against the inorcased coat of food- BttUffS. Over 200,000 gathered In various ports of the city, but the biggest as semblage was in lront of the Rath lutus, where nngry speeches were made. After the speeches it appear ed that all of the crowd had con cealed stones in their pockets and with th...

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. — 19 September 1911

Ti. ,.!, J-ll..tJ, T" "&E TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1911j jy.y. .'.,., If ELECTRICITY Be Furnished Frederick- Iiwh By Mt. Vernon Co. Frcderlcktown Free Press) The mutter or purchasing mldltlonnl Machinery for pumping nt the public water works hns been under discus sion for some tlmo back, and In con moctlon with thnt, hns been the ninttcr -f Installing nn electric light outfit In fcaso of unsatisfactory arrangements wrtth the gas company in tho future. "Salesmen for machinery and supplies Siave been visiting the village with a "view ot furthering the proposition, On "Wednesday, Mr. It. A. Mngley and Mr. Arthur .1. Darrah, superintendent of the Mt. Vernon Klectrlc Co., were call ing on Fredericktown business men with a view to Interest them In pur chasing electricity from their Inrgc "plant and thus save tho town tho ex "penHO of equipment and additional cost of operating nnd nt tho same time aglvo better service at a less price. CSomo of the business men...

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. — 19 September 1911

w?V ijiijiiiiimiTrii TSSflOSCTWHfc?" ",Ke --jhwmj.1 JiXLaumtaattrilaiaamaaifiiitm.--- , . . : i ... 't ' '"tt-tj I HPJim(!i"WV!Wft' -UBV wITBryT ' i TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. hf PAGE THRK AX 'r k lie MUST GO TO PENITENTIARY Judge Wickham Revokes Suspen sion. Of Sentence And Resentences Lee To Three Years In State Prison Lee Not Present In Court On Frjday And His Bond Is Declared r Forfeited Judge Wickham Reviews Case it Much Length Anil Shows Wherein Lee Violated Pledges And The Conditions Imposed On Him By Court Court Decides To Modify Sentence To Three Years And Directs Sheriff To Carry ' it into Execution At 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, after hearing a number of matters that were called up on the civil docket, Judge B. M. Wickham requested Bailiff Pur cell to bring tho criminal docket to tho bench. Prosecutor Cromley had, only a niomont before, mentioned the motion In tho Lee case as being one of tho matters ready for the court's attention. Upon opening t...

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. — 19 September 1911

f rt""I'tpll!!liji'Il'l--,lW?,lW'fSf'?i'', q?f1pW?iHWlllWt,'FfW PAGE FOUR MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor O303Ll-,0VOOl3ELly MONUMENT SQUARE BJbscriptlon IlQto 1.B0 por year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post tyCcflce ns Bccond class malt matter. PUNISHING Violators Of The Soles Weight Law By founly Sealers Being Ap pointed Tlirougliout State Columbus, O., Sept. 18. -It Is a pity that the fellow who Bent out from Co Jurabus the story that tho salcs-by-yclght law Is a dead loiter, does not "wear a dunco cap so that he could be distinguished from normal persons. The article Hent out notlflcB the host of unscrupulous dealers In Ohio, who have been preying upon the consum ers that they can, with impunity, vlo lalo the salcsby-wcight law a meas ure, which, If enforced, would result In an estimated saving of $10,000,000 an nually. The dealorti need to he pro C0VEIIDALK 2 tected from Irresponsible politicians, who, from political expediency, create false impressions about valid l...

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. — 19 September 1911

.r iv,iM)TTT.rnr,r,K4jr, 'j?5jlir'i(!p7TWi WWW'WJ-' " -sm- .wr'''tiriaMyrXwJ "mw,'"! jp lqn.o i'pn "rwW- V . K TUESDAY, 3EPTEMDER 16, 16U, iMii THE DEMOCRATIC? BANNES. r i iQiTrtn PAQK. KlWt SCOTLAND And Home Of Ml Burns Visited Oy Sen, Honck Sat In The Favorite Chair Of The Great Poet Also Paid A Visit To Tam o' Shanter inn Some Impressions Of Trip Through Great Britain Farms Well Cultivated And No Weeds Found Ayr, Scotland, Sept. 6. Editor Banner: I am now In tho land made famous by Robert Durns beautiful Scotland. Ayr Is an ancient seaport town and is tho center of tho Burns country. I traveled the same road, two miles south, over which Tam o Shanter Is supposed to have gone to AUoway, which brought mo to tho "straw thatched" cottago in which the great poet was born In 17B9. I saw tho bed in which bo was born and sat in his favorite easy chair, "Tho auld clay biggin" of two rooms is tho shrlno at which more than fifty thousand persons visit annually. I stood within its walls and ...

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. — 19 September 1911

8HJWmmHttMKt1MIHtfttWMJbMmtlrijl A PAGE SIX THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER. TUEBDAY, 8EPTEMDER 10, 101T. ft m. 1; IH! m i it ftfh I it CONSUME The North And East Oliio Conferences North Ohio Votes To Wipe Out Boundary Line Thus Creating Lartjcst Con ference in World General Conference Must Give its Approval Important ilesolutioh Re garding Salaries Of Ministers (Mansfield Ngwb.) Tho North Ohio, conference in ses sion at tho First Methodist church, voted Thursday morning to consoll lato tho North and Knot Ohio confer ences, making it, Mie largest confer ence In Methodism and having a mem bership of fiOO ministers. The reso lution was offered Wednesday and was brought up Thursday for discus "slon. Several representatives from the Kant Ohio conleruncu, mostly front Cleveland, were present. Among theso were Dr. .1. C. Goodrich, Dr. Frank huce, Dr. 0. W. Orcul, Or. J. I. Wil son nnd Frank Arter; all of them to champion the union of tho two confer ences. It was objected by thoso op posed to tho re...

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. — 19 September 1911

r , ii 1-1 -- -X 7" 3ES"--SBaB' IP- !" - 'T7WIT1t-T?WfTr - - ,Wrrwnjf ntrrmfm jm 7"Tprm- "apt " 'II Minn hi.. ....,, -.,,.,,, J " " 77TT"-ti ly 'y, BK'WyWf .i-iw, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BAKXXB. " " "" .-n" .I... J . ' nynj PMU mCVKN iB V p F PARIS Presented Many Attractions To Senator Ilonck Visited Court Room Where Dreyfus Was Tried By Special Permission Of The Chief Justtce Paid Visit To The Tomb Of Victor Hugo And Stood On The Spot Where Napoieon Fell Edinburgh, Scotland, September 3. Editor of Banner A week In France, mostly in Paris, the third city in point of population, in the world. Street cars, cabs, autos and a surg ing mass of humanity throng the streets, and a pedestrian's life is con stantly In danger. The Cathedral of Notro Dame, erect ed in 11C3, and in a fine state of pres ervation, Is among the relics in the chapter treasury. I saw the robe of Archbishop Darboy, which was pierced by bullets and covered with blood. He was the third archbishop 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. — 19 September 1911

seib :4Mfi. P. VVmK EIOHT g PIMOMWOMAN Ht Cost Her Her Life In the Wreck of a Submarine; TDROWNED WITH HER FIANCE. Hfttory of a Pathetic Episode That Was Intertwined With the Tragic Lots ! With All on Board of the French I Torpedo Boat Pluviote. Underlying the tragedy of the loss lot tbo French submarine torpedo boat vl'lnvioso with twenty-seven lives 'When sho was sunk in the bottom of ho English channel by n collision with a surface steamship on May 25, 9010, was a piteous eplhodc, involving ttlie death of n beautiful and brilliant young Frencliwomau. Tho French government Suppressed tho story so thoroughly that to this Jdny tlio name of thu young woman Is siot known save to those in paramount authority In tho navy, but American naval officers say tho fact of tho hap pening has become known to other naval men nil over tho world. Tho Pluvlose and u sister submarines Siad gone out from tho navy yard at Calais about 1 o'clock iu the afternoon TTor a series of maneuvers. Sho' wns 'abo...

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. — 22 September 1911

mmmfmni nfililiMpriii" f. jemjoomtxtjs tsawxtv. M PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1911. NO. 76. ESTABLISHED 1836 fei MURDERED THEY SLUMBER Henr Wi Ax Wipes Out Lives Of Six Persons Busband Of One Of The Victims Is Arrested Od Suspicion, But Authorities Are Unable To Connect Him With Cnse-Two Families Lived On Same Lot At Colorado Springs, Where Members Had Gone For Benefit Of Their Health Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 21. Murdered in cold blood in their bod while sound asleep was the fate of six persons in this city. - Their heads were crushed with an ax, which, cov ered with blood, was found by a neighbor, Mrs. J. P. Evans, who thought it had been used in killing chickens. The dead are: Mary Alice Burn Itam, wife of Arthur J. Burnham; Al )cu Burnham, 6; John Burnham, 3; Henry P. Wane, 30; Blanche Wayne, liis wife, 25. and a 1-year-old child of the Waynes. The discoery of the bodies was made by Mrs. June Ruth, a sister of the murdered Mrs. Burnhavi, who lives in...

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. — 22 September 1911

MWtBWMlI!M.V;(llj)HJlllait.TO1tlli.t-)Wcjiiiii.iii..jiii aWWE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1011. mimMMMMIM 1 Jt "t ? -t t" I I ! J J t' f 1 ! J. MT. LIBERTY $ .j. .j $..$. j . .j. $! jl ! Mrs. Dale Wlntennuto was quite 'fttek for a Tow days last week, but It fcttter. OUvcr Daguo Is suffering from liver :&d kidney trouble. Donald Hatton and Charles Bird arc Improving, their fever being about tone. Iwrenco Shaffer suffered much last week from a sprain caused by Sifting. Dr. Leech of Columbus, was called to see him. He Is Improving. Jofforson Scarbrough aud wife of and family of near Hopewell visited H. H. Robortson and family Sunday. Mrs. Joslo Winter nnd AV. A. Wln tennuto attended the M. K. conference at Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Robertson went to Delaware last Wednesday to attend tbo soldlors' reunion. Mr. John Perkins of Alt. Vernon, and Mra. Alary Wright formerly of our place were married recently and "moved the household goods belonging to tho bride ...

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. — 22 September 1911

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRIK S S Mr. Carl Hollers wont to ColumbtiB Tuesday morning to entor Starling Medical College Hov. John Coolldgo ot Dotrolt, Mich, tenn, la spondlng sovoral days with friends In Qnniblor, Mr. Doan McKeo went to Illram, Ohio, Tuesday morning to enter Hiram Collego. Mr. 13. .1. Craft of Lorain spent Tuos. dny In Mt. Vernon attending tho funor nl of tho late Charles P. Urent. Mr. J, Wood of tho Marlon Star, Marlon, Ohio, 's making a week's visit with his cousin, Mr. Clarence Cramer, ol West Vino street. Mr, and Mrs. M. I.. Uaugor and mother of Coshocton county nro tho guests of Mr. Hanger's unclo and aunt, Mr. and Mis. Joseph Wintcrrluger, BONDSMEN ed administratrix of Mattlo Benson, giving bond In tho sum of JfiOO, with it, I). Stnunton and Win. M. Koons as sureties. No appraisement. Of Michael T. Lee Will Be Sued Next Monday 1! CHKHt h WIL E Hmm s Mil a II PI Y It is easier to accept than to Inves tigate." That's ono reason why ...

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. — 22 September 1911

acssssmawis mwwtMiwmtnwnii j ""- -1" " T mure liHf i PAGE FOUH THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER; FRIDAY, 8EPTEMDER 22, 1911. mm9!Wm,llHi Mihn rm, A II MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor eoxnJL-X'Vool3EJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate L60 por year. Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post ofllce as second class mall matter. PREDICTS Longest And Coldest Winter On Record Snow By October 18 And Ice By November 12 Now York, Sept. 20. Talto It from -'Uncle" Horace Joliuhon, Connecticut's -champion weather .prophet at all weights, this Is going to, ho ouo of tho longest and coldo&t winters that ever cheered tho heart of tho coal men. Persons unfamiliar with his past performnncoa will bo inclined to thing tho Sago of Middle Unddnm has had 'em ngain, hut those who recall tho easy manner in whfch, ho forecast ed tho blizzard of 1688, in which Sen ator Roscoo Conkllng lost bin life, and several othor llttlo things llko earth quakes, big blows and rainstorms will proceed to lay in a nlock of car...

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. — 22 September 1911

fit" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. page rtv INCREASE Of Valuation Of Traction Lines $85,000,000 Will Be Of Advantage To Individual Owners Of Property, Especially Farm er And Home Owners Very Marked Discrepancies On Tiio Old Valuations Between Cleveland And Cin cinnati Traction Properties Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 21. The, tax ablo values of street, suburban and interurban railways have been in creased $85,099,300, and the Individual proporty owner, especially the farmer and home owner, will profit by the in creased amount of taxes these corpor ations will pay under the high and proper valuation. In 1910, all Ohio street, suburban and interurban railroad proporty was appraised for $30,382,927; In 1911 the total value was placed at $115,482,287 or nearly four times as much. The report of the state tax commis sion discloses that even the" street railway companies did not deal under the old system of appraising property for taxation, although all "were fa vored, some to ...

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. — 22 September 1911

PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911. MINISTERS Assigned Dy The North Ohio Conference Of M. E, Church Rev, E, D, Harnett Is Re turned To Church Here And Rev. F. I. Johnson Con tinued As. District Supt, Some Changes Mode in The Mt, Vernon District Aid Given To The Benevolent Institutions Mansfield, Ohio, .Soot 1 9. The North Ohio conference of tho Metho dint church, cloned IU annual session here last nlghl with (ho reading oC Iho appointment!) by Itishop IlrlRtol. The conference) will ho In the Plrst Mothodlst church of Ijoraln noxt year. Tho treasurer's report u'howH tho con ference during tho past your kiito $16,024 to foreign missions and $9,Rfi7 REV. E. D. HARNETT "Returned As Pastor of the Gay Street M. E. Church to homo mlsslonx; f 10,217 wan given for tho HupornnnuaU'd iiruachora' fund by the churched of tho conference. Tho total amount given to nil benevo lent cnubes by tho confciouco church es was $91,854, tho largest amount vor given to thcjo,caMrieK,l...

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