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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 November 1911

TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVRM ELECTRIC ' r mf Lights Asked For By Resi dents Of South Vernon PERK : 1 BRfcisH i R Photo)by Miller I Puts The Negative On Two Current 'Reports One That lie intended He signing The Office And The Other Filling Por tions Hilli Socialists Would Serve As Mayor With out Pay, if Necessary MAYOR-ELECT ALFRED A. PERRINE IlSGASTORIA BSi'incJPB ; For Infants and Children.' li I r asto ri j ie Kinti Yon !!ave fflMI. 'ALCOHOL 3 PER 'CENT. j ' ffiaffi'- AVcgelablePrcparalbnroriU- t j.t M Eilll slrallatrng iheFbotfandRedula JJeaiS tJie -iBilll tm5Ulc Stomachs andDo'dsof Jr f TV 5121- ProraolosDigeslionCkerfuK nf oiff jalS ness and itest-Coutalnsncilhcr VA g l f" JpagJ I OpiunuMorphiiur nor Mineral. firLiHF jj3i0 I Not Narcotic. a JK wjr I I I AttytofOMDrSWIlEUmEm I 1 Hall - Phmp&SHi- . fi& . uiww jktMMs- i iTti in HI? a"', I 111 I h ig was $p OSS ' ?l! Aperfect Remedy forConsItpa- f S R pf M tion.SoucStoraach.DIarrto sp, PM (Hl.,wM...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 November 1911

MMIIilum t V - M Ill IIW rBr Vr rt""""'?" '. J3T T " " 1 't ' 1 .v THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, 4JOV. -14, i1 555tiW(r J&i I ir luff fh w c oa 1 Tvfrtlro Certain To IQeep Warm This Winter by burning coal. Telephone us and we will deliver your supply now while prices are low jf nones uit. sod i Bell 81-R THE Mt. Vernon Ice Delivery Co, Wm. MILD, Pres. COAL POCKETS 408 West Gambler 8treet SUIT Involving Bio Sum Filed By Knox County Attorney Attorney B. IJ. Feronbnugh or Duck eye City, Knox county, 1b one of tho attorneyB In a big suit Mod In Holmes county common pleiiB court Saturday;. Tho suit Ih for allogod fraud against Garllold Roborts, tlio oxooutor of tho estate of tho lato Mary Perdue of Knox county. Tho potltlon aHks that the will ho sot asldo. Tho case In volves about $30,000. Tho orlglual estato of Mrs, Purdue wan valued .it something ovor fliq.QOO nnd the allegation Is mado that It has dwindled down to about $12,000. Othor nttornoys intorcstod In tho cbho for tho pla...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 17 November 1911

f4 B m m tm0ttmxt umttv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1911 No. 92 ESTABLISHED 1836 m .. mini GRANGERS TO INCORPORATE Would lie Tongues Of Its Talkative Members Adopt Co-Operative System-National Organization in Ses sion At Columbus Has A Three-Cornered Fight On Its Hands Over Basis Of Representation-Secretary Freeman Ot Ohio Boomed As Successor To Master Bachelder Arbitration Treaties Are Indorsed ' Columbus, O., Nov. 16. At the final session of the Ohio State Grange conservatives oucceeded In getting nn almost unanimous vote adopting n resolution which provided for Incorporation of the order. This means that hereafter If any member of the order, without proper author ity, takes it upon himself to express an opinion as representing the IReaa of tho grange, does or says anything which might be considered as libel ous or malicious, tho grange will have tho law on him. There have been troubles like that in the grange; a recent case Involving the initiative and refere...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 17 November 1911

rzz2xsSfmM-wnmMWiiliMi S9BS 9" PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 10U. 'am &9&mmmw&m9m9ww9v9W9vw99mwmw&9w9wwwmv9mm9mm&mmmmm$GGQ&mmm&9mmm E EMERSON'S CLOSING-JUT KALE! m yTTTtf'iiO. 1M lP ; ft The Big 1 SALE J Positively J Begins J Saturday 2 November 18 A Bargain Feast For AH READ! WAIT! 15 to 50 Reduction COME BUY Closing Out This Store Sale Begins Sat. Nov. 18 Wait Come 9 9 m 9 9 On all Men s, Boys and Children's Overcoats Raincoats, 1 uits, Underwear, Caps, Gloves and all Furnishings 9 Boy's Knee Suits $3.00 Knicker Suits $2.40 $3.50 Knicker Suits $2.80 $4.00 Knicker Suits $3.20 $5.00 Knicker Suits t .$4.00 $6.00 Knicker Suits $4.80 $6.50 Knicker Suits $5.20 $7.00 Knicker Suits $5.60 $8.00 Knicker Suits $6.40 $9.00 Knicker Suits $7.20 NEW PALL STYLES AND COLORS Will Close Out the Entire Stock of Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishings at a Time When They Are Needed by You. and at Prices That Will Save You from 15 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. — 17 November 1911

..p.. '1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRU T J l J J J J 4 ft t J J f FREDERICKTOWN J J J J .J J J . J. J J. Miss Vllia Trobrldgo ontortalnod Miss Mny Adams and Miss Clara Stophons of Mt. Vornon tho paast wcok. Mr. Joo Carr was In Cincinnati a fow days this wcok making his holi day purchase Mr. P. A. Day wont to Medina, 0., on Friday last to look after tho settle ment of his mother's ostato. Tho public schools horo wore closed on Thursday and Friday last to allow tho teachers to attend tho stato insti tute at Cincinnati. At tho annual thank offorlng moot ing ot tho Presbyterian ladles' mis sionary socioty last week Wednesday a recolpt of ?33.10 was reported. Thir ty membors were present and a de lightful program was rondored. Mrs. Laura Wensol and Miss Laura nigby attended tho funeral of Mrs. Illgby at Mansflold on Wednesday last. On Nov. Gth a six pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Dar ling at tholr homo In Mt. QUead. Mr. Lcnnon Boono and family o...

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 November 1911

i-iini:,.ViiTi ii iM.'iira stsaesammttmuMv. SSSZOft mmmm ttk it-" ynTmnn ,ji-1 MtdZiim W.iiVll'"''' '" '"-- ..a T1 j - ty f AGE FOUK THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NdVElWBert M, 10i1. SS5J35SSSiB$fWB: L B THE Fi II UBJEGT ?ftl , M A n I VERNON, OHIO --'ANK CARPER, Editor MONUMENT SQUARE but.M riitnm Hate 91.60 per year, KtTil itt :e? Mt. Vernon, O., post oQlcf mk mc'jiuI cla&g mat! matter. NOTICE The Banner ngain calla nttoiUion to tho Tact that a charged mado for tho pitblicntlon or rcBolutlons of respect, obftuary notices, cards of thanks and announcements of onlortnlninoHtn to which an nrinilsiilon foo In charged cc which aro glvon for money-making pux-pescs, such aa suppers, etc. AS TO DE-DISTRICTJNG 7ho eclf-constltutcd commltteo on Cerrjrcnndeiing Ohio for congression al purposes liaa mndo lie ".report," and & call 1b to bo mado on Gov. Harmon to present the mattor to tilm and re qnest that ho aRsomblo tho ieglfilaturo In special session to Tlmact their re districting ...

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 November 1911

WpfjBwp'w?SjpOTpi '"""iCWIW ?' W.' FRIDAY, NOVEMDnn 16, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQB PlVft T&t mawv www o fJUDUALLY FILLING up "is The State Treasury Through Law Enforcement Against Public Utilities Co's By Tax Commission Will Pay in Quarter Million More Than Before Low Tax Rate Very Popular With The People According To Chairman'Jittey Of The Tax Commission stood solidly by tho Smith law and Mr. Hunt was oloctcd, Tho returns Indicate to mo conclusively that tho' peoplo aro In favor of n law that will roduco tho taxos of homo ownors. It makes another thing clear to mo. Tho Democrats aro' going to swoop Ohio next vear, boyond a doubt, unless somothlng now unforscon happens. "Senator JohnBon, who led tho fight against tho Smith act on bohalf of tho Republican stato organization, wa a candldato for city solicitor. Ho wont down with tho rest," "Henry T. Hunt, mayor elect of Cin cinnati, is ono of tho strongest young men that has como to tho front In Cincinnati In many years," sa...

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 November 1911

mmmm BrCT vwnmm irmmM.'vtntiftttiitM t t inffli TTifl ir '-irriVTi"!"-""'1 -' T '' ' '"' '. T.r ,7.-i r ii i -r .- -. -- ' I If, ft J lii I US' ' t I? B-'-'S IkA IrtE P 'V r if- I r i r l r,i ; 1 w Mr u ij.- !KT PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOVEMDER 15, 1911. dS .' r-' - m m Iiifliestion DO YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured, permanently cured so that you can eat any hind of food that you crave ? It has been done not only once, but in almost every case when Cham berlain's Tablets are used. An instance: Mr. J. Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over $2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma nently cured by these tablets. f-f, , f-'fr''- II. S. SENATOH AT (Mil Martin's Store Gambier This being a new store it is not generally known that w.e cany a large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Sweater-Coats, Hose, etc. Nor is it generally known that our Prices Range With Those of Larger Townst and Larger Stores. Therefore wo invite you into our stor...

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 November 1911

V h at FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. r'AGE. 3BVKh k. V Do yourself a favor Road this Message m I Tr? I V34 1 M1PH W Biplllll WW Im .ww 1 w Ml 1 Save your money for Lurie and Lurle will save money for you. RATES OF TAXATION In accordance with law. I, John E. Stonebrook, Treasurer of Knox County, Ohio, horoby give notice that tho number of mills on each dollar listed for taxation for tho tax year 19U Is as follows: For State, .431; County, 3; for Township and Corporation, see Tablo. TAXING DISTRICT Berlin 'Prown Brown Amity District Brown Jelloway District Butler Butler Millwood District Clinton j s college 9 College Gambler Corporation 10 Clay 11 Clay Harrison District 12 Clay Bladensburg District 13 ClayMartlnsbure Corporation H Clay Martlnsburg District 15 Howard 16 Howard Millwood District 17 Howard Howard District. 18 Howard Amity District ; 19 Harrison 2(1 Mn rrlson Millwood District a miliar Zi lllliur Centerburg District 23 HUHar Centerburg Corporation 24 H...

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 November 1911

MyaiyiTjiiBteTiiifrfrBigyfcnj.riiii'..p s IJJUmNWIflflHllBK.IlUWrMllf lUMUMWHIIMyi ""rutin!), t "Jp IrtTJJWT Xl&f wmwaiwrtWp4AiMmi .j.-.--- Brrii i lr TBI I TfJ n"g pjptiaTO4---'. wtwatfaeagaw TUGS EIOHT THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1911, L"t" 1 r irp-"t5MiKrViW-' l ml Mil iH ifliiiiBlWWWBMBfaMWWBBBWBBWBBWiBiaiw UbliiwdnKV" " -WMm-j-WMJt; K f. UR SUITS UR BEST Advertisement "This season, and It Is still young yot. 1V havo sold suits to now customers, who havo boon attracted by the tjlolhea we have mado for tlielr friends. We Satisfy Your Frienda Wo Will Satisfy You All tho latest weaves and fabrics. 'I KBl Tailor 3. Door East ot Curtis Houso Oltlce, GETS LIFE FOR ASSAULT Akron, O., Nov. 10. In Bontenclng John Kelly, 22, to llfo In tho pc.ilton tlary for mistreating a little girl, Judgo It. M. Wanamakor declared that he would havo ordored that Kelly he uiwexcd if the law cave him tnat powor. Tho Judgo will try to toave tho Summit county bar lead a movement to havo ...

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 November 1911

FCyTSPW'T . f r, jrsfrmnnrIJSJJ! em?! smtter; MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1011 No. PRICE TWO CENTS 93 ESTABLISHED 1836 t v A 13 'iii y i. RUSH SOLDERS TO THE BORDER United States Will Patrol Rio Grande , For Mexico Charge Against Gen. Reyes, Once High In Government Councils Under Qiaz Regime, IsJEnglneering Revolt Against Matlero Proclaims HisIInnocence,But Be lieves Government Acted In Good Faith Disappoint- v ; ed Qificeseekers Making Trouble San Antonio. Tox Nov; SO. Con ditions on the border oetwcen the United States and Mexico have be came so menacing that a patrol of troops will bo maintained on this sldo. of the Rio Grande to co-operate with tbo state authorities In the en forcement of neutrality. As a result of the long conference betweon Gen eral Joseph W. Duncan, commander of tho department of Texas, and civil and military authorities at Laredo, Company I, Third cavalry, now at target practice at Leon Springs, was ordered to break camp this morning and return to San ...

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 November 1911

; . -ass iy,i,ir;inifnrrrn.Tr-m mKrUer-ftyt IWP,'''W"'1'1' JWIE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. H6l '12 U3QW3A0N 'AVQBanX I i VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WniTER AND FACTS AS THEY chusotts goes, so will tho nation go In 1912." This was tho slogan In tho Massa chusetts campaign. Anil tho Demo cratic candidate, Gov. Foss, won. Tho issuo was tho tariff, tho Bamo ono that tho 1912 campaign will ho fought out on. If tho high-protectionists cannot carry Massachusetts, tho pcoplo of which state tho supposed to roap tho trcmondous advantages of protection, how can they dxpect to car ry tho mlddlo and western states, In which regions llvo the peoplo who pay tho excessive prices caused hy tho tariff and reap nono of tho henoflts of protection. Why President Feels Shaky Horo Is an artlclo which Bpcaks for Itself. It Is a clipping from tho Dako ta American, published at Aberdeen, S. D., ono of tho cities visited by Taft on his trip through tho West, and a fair sainplo of what all tho newspap er...

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 November 1911

TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRRK. IksF W El IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD because it is made of the purest and best in gredients, because it contains more healing, strengthening and up building material than any other Emulsion, and because it is a perfect product of a scientific ally perfect process. Doctors the world over recognize Scott's Emulsion as the Standard prepa ration of Cod Liver Oil. AU, DRUGGISTS 11-22 PROGRESSIVE WTO Columbus. O., Nov. 18. Mombers of tho anti-Jones faction In the Na tional Grange succeeded, by a good majority,' in securing tho trial of State Master Kegloy of Washington, a progressive, beforo the entire body, Instead of the executive committee, frhlch they asserted had been packed for Mr. Kegley's official funeral. Tho progressives seem to bo in the mi nority, but they scored, a victory in tho Kegley case. CORN SHOW The first annual corn show of Bedell school, Liberty township, will bo held Friday, Nov. 24, beginning at 1 o'clock...

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 November 1911

-mWf' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. A f AGE FOUR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1011. dfflriglriTffiliTir Ill.liBHSfflU kff'J,WOir?RrTT7TypT1"'iI"7',f"" ttft & lM F.ft 'V f; !.i' r :r w: I 1 ft HOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor otaaJ.-"VCool3KJ.,3r MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Hate fl.EO per year. Entered at Uio Mt. Vernon, 0., post office 08 second clftM mall matter. NOTICE Tho Dannor again calln attention to tho fact that a chargo 18 mado for the publication of resolutions of respect, obituary notices, cards of thanks and announcements of cntortalnmonts to which an admission feo is charged or which are given for monoy-maktng .(purposes, auch as suppers, otc. Turkey Id The Land Dies Id Shipment Bholbyvillo, InU or. 20 'Troal dont Taft," recorded here as ono of tho largest turkeys In tho world, weighing flfty-Ovo pounds, and owned by Sherman Havens, of this city, Is doad. Tho bird was shipped from horo for tho Illinois stato fair at Sprlugllold, and on arrival thcro It was found to have d...

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 November 1911

5p5;'w?f'5f5J! t j"ns n" TUE8DAY, NOVEM&ER 21, 1011. THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. PAOE P!V v COMPLETE ROSTER Of Delegates To The Consti tutional Convention Assistant House Clerk Pre pares Correct List Six Parties To Be Represent ed in Convention Sixty-One Democrats, 48 Are Republicans Six Independents, 2 Socialists And 2 Problbitiooists A roster of tho delegates-elect to the constitutional convention, giving the name, county and politics of each member, has been prepared by Assist ant Clerk Harry R. Young, of the house of representatives. It is tho first correct list of the delegates-elect to be published. There oto 119 members, each coun ty having the same representation in the convention that it has in the house of representatives. On theso 61 are Democrats, 48 Republicans, six Independents, two Prohibitionists and two Socialists. Thomas G. Fltzslmmons and Harry D. Thomas, of Cuyahoga, are set down as Socialists. Tho Prohibitionists are Henry E. Eby, of Preble, and Illlon Moore, 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. — 21 November 1911

-r-'n'""' I Hlii' .'' -! ri- a.a? PAGE 3IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911. 'KVyRm., I I i r GOD'S PROMISE TO THE Pastor Russell Makes Clear the Divine Message, VALUE OF WORLDLY TROUBLE, SMetecl PrtMktheriSavi That a 4t Was 'Necestary For Jesus to Suffer Before Entering Into His Glory, So Must Hts Followers Demonstrate Their Loyal ty by Trial Chastening Brings Pcsct, Joy and Increasing Faith. Nov. 10. Pastor Russell on (lie At lantic homeward hound. "Well as ,u s u n I, t li u n k, God," wns Pastor rttusHoll'A word of greeting by wire lentf to the mil tlbiw of renders of lila sermons Id tho secular pretw. " lUa tncsango for Handajr was from I'Halm xlll, 5 0: ""Why nrt thou cant down, oh my bouI, "and why art Hum disquieted in me? Hope thou In aod.-f6r-t"shaltyel praise lllm. All Thy wave and Thy billows re gone over me.1' We quote as fol lows: The PsalmlHt'n knowledge of tho sea was probably limited to tho. vicinity of -Jaffa (then Joitii, whore tradition astys Kin...

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 November 1911

OTWwKfl IMtljrr- w TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1811. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE 8EVRM fWNfafiii ? ILL In Ashland Field Proves To tie Dry Hole (Mansfield News) Tho Medina Oil & Gas company's surprlso of tho drillers was prac well on tho Stono farm, cast of Ash land, came In Tuesday and to tho surprise of tho drillers was prac tically a dry hplo. Tho well was drilled between tho Ileesc & Sperry well on tho Holbrook placo and tho well on William Duff's land, both of which are big gasscrs of five and six million cubic feet capacity, and It was thought that equally as big wells would bo opened here. Looking over the territory In tho southeastern portion of Ashland coun ty and closo to tho IUchland county lino, a half dozen or moro derricks can bo seen where operations are being continued at tho present time. The well being put down on tho Klnneman land by Reese & Sperry Is expected to be finished within a few days.. This Arm is also drilling a well on tho Cum mings property west o...

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 November 1911

vmirxw 'r,w" - -,-i -(, '- W.ij,,-. SSJS Mjm--W---piUiy .vIUH599W.lH.MW!HiH t 4 ! ce EIDT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER , 1011. yfnVfmtmff!TVfv'x' NW M CHIEF M'WEENY Chicago Police Official Charged With Grafting. FACES GREWSOME PROBLEM Wfll Sothern Accept Burial Pre scribed For Wife's First Husband? New York, Nov. 20. Shnll tho ashes of nil tlmt is mortal C 10. II. Sothern, after death, bo placed In an urn In a Pittsburg cromatory and thpn. scattered over tho seas with thoso of Julia Marlowo, his wife? Tho cromatory management can not decide tho question, nnd It is up to Julia Marlowo to revoke a former or der and pao to which her first hus band agreed. Mrs. Sothorn, while playing hero several years ago, visited thu croma tory and purchased tho urn. In writ ing sho decreed that tho receptacle should hold her ashes after hor death. Sho purchased still unothor, with the understanding that tho ashes of hor husband should bo placed therein after death, and that when both had ...

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 November 1911

X f tmfittmtt unntt PEICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1911 No. 277 ESTABLISHED 1836 W A p 3 j&geKfiCf eee-e-s--; A- X ? Hears Charges Qf Extortion Against Express Companies Davis Of West Virginia Declares United States Only Country Where "Transportation Parasite" Is JPermittKd To Exist-Hgures Submitted To Commissioner Lane Show Enormous Dividends In Last Few Years Government Ownership Advanced New York, Nov. 23. Frank K. ta.no of the Interstate) commerce commission began an examination of the express business of the country, the Inquiry being held at the re quest of 211 business organizations, which are known as ine ex press rates conference, and whoso chief complaint Is that express rates are unreasonable. Commissioner Lane -said: -The pur pose of the Inquiry is to deter mine whether the rates, rules and practices of the express companies are such as should come under the regulation of the Interstate commerce commission." Congressman a Witness. One of the witness...

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 November 1911

SffiffiKMHi A AQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911. fc E 1? ; : ii. .' It j. .j. j. .j. .j. 4. 4. 4. .j. ., 4.4.4. FREDERICKTOWN 4. Mrs. Clara McCrackcn or Council Staffs, Iowa, visited with hor mothor, lira. Mary Qloason, tho past week. Mrs. W. G. Duckmaster visited with Mrs. Alota Denman at Chcstervllle last rcok. Mr. F. A. Day and family visited with his brother Mr. E. D. Day, editor ot Dutler Times', and family over Sun day. Mr. E. A. Day, editor of Bollvillo Messenger, and family wero also guests thoro at the samo tlmo. Mrs. Thatcher of Utlca visited with her nieces, Mrs. W. C. Hodge and Mrs. J. L. Dodd, tho past week, Mr. 13. C. Smith visited with rela tives In Mt. Vernon last week. Mrs. Charles Fisher lslted with Mr, nd Mrs. J. L. Jones at Mt. Qltoad last week. jr' Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Fox entertained 1f at a six o'clock dinner Mr. Itnbnrt M. h Clark and famllv and Mr. M. T. lirmk and family Sunday evening. Rev. F. I. Johnson, district superin tendent, occu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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