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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 27 February 1912

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREK IHHWWHI wimmt htjbmiwwhhmiii W K lap OLDEST MAN IN OHIO Is 112 Years Old And Lives In Crawford County And Is Preparing To Do His Usual Spring Work Be Is Very Temperate In All Of His Habits And Is Out 01 Doors Greater Part Of The Time He Eats No Bread And Tabes No Medicine Perhaps tho oldest person in Ohio at tho present tlmo Is Ferdinand Han duken, nn inmato of tho Crawford county Infirmary, writes tho Bucyrus Telegraph. Ho was born on April 27, 1800, and If ho lives until that month ho will bo 112 years of ago. Ho was born two years after tho death of Georgo Washington and nine years be fore tho birth of Abraham Lincoln. Ho is a Polander by birth, being born in Poland,' Germany, which is now a division of Germany. Whon ho was born King Predorlck was Emperor ov or Germany and king over Prussia. Ho remembers tho king very distinctly and tollB wonderful stories of his own adventures in tho old country. Mr. Handunken came to...

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. — 27 February 1912

L IhuUNT VERNON, OHIO RANK HARPER, Editor f axioi-",57Voolacly MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O,, poit office ns second clui tnatl matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Unto Jl.GQ por year. HOW BIG BU3INE88 "SHUDDERS" "Big business usunlly shuddors whou I mako tho atatomont," said ox-I'rosl-dent Roosovolt In ho courso ot hla superfluously platitudinous opcech bo foro the constitutional convontlou on Wednesday. Tho comment was made after he uttorod sumo harsh gnorall tles concerning big corporations and their mcthodB of flooclng tho pooplo. It Is very well for Mr. Itoosovolt tq talk about dealing with "big business" in a way that Is popular, but tot us see-the real Iloo.iovclt whon doallng with a law for oak Ink corporation, Dack In 1905, Mr. Itoosovolt whllo president appointed Judson Harmon, now governor of Ohio, and Frcdorlck "W. Judson, to Investigate tho chargos of rebating against tho Atchison, To peka and ...

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. — 27 February 1912

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 191SJ. TftE DEMOCRATIC BANNEH. PAGE FIVR mamm ntowmjfffryrejTfmtja.iljimuiuii.ujM wuhiujh m. u -1111 m niMuiimiJiitfj ASKS III!! RECOVER Dissolution Of Partnership And for An Accounting J. B. WalgM Brings Suit Against F. 0. Levering In The Court Of Common Pleas Monday Morning Officials Settle Family Trouble In A Unique Way The Will Of Mrs, Clara Shaw Is Filed in Probate J. B. Waight on Monday morning fil ed a suit in the court of common picas cf Knox county against Frank O. Lev ering, asking for tlio dissolution of partnorshlp, tho appointment of a re colver and for an accounting. Waight & Mooro represent tho plaintiff. Tho allegation 13 mado that in tho year 1003, the plaintiff and defendant entered into a partnership business for tho purposo of leasing and buying land for oil and gas purposes. Tho plaintiff claims that each was to con tribute equally to tho partnership busi ness and that tho profits and losses wero to bo shared equally by tho plain tiff a...

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. — 27 February 1912

f " ,. ---' " I - ,fc " ' ' rf1k. JMBPIPiBWIWIipMByW -.W'WIill.tlWWIMiBliWiiiHWWIMilMMMIIIlti: 1 WWWU'WMWilSOWaMHUWIMa'BHiaiSI PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1012. i.nniiiiumwtiiMi I'lMnim mill hiiiiimii mil ASKS F NHflBAl Id TIic Case 01 Alary Buck ingtiam vs. J. A. Kelley '.The Defendant Claims The vVerdict Is Excessive Alleges Misconduct On Part (If Plaintiff's Counsel No Common Pleas Court Until Next Monday Oilier Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice In tho caso of Mary M. Buckingham vs. James A. Kolloy a motion for a now trial has boon filed in tho court of common picas of Knox county by Walght & Mooro, attorneys for tho 'defundnnt. Tho jury on Wednesday roturnod a vordlct for tho plaintiff In tho sum of ?r,000 for alleged porsonol Injur Iqh. Tho defendant sols ortli nlno reas ons why ho bollovoa a now trial should bo granted, amoni; that number bo Ing misconduct on Uio past of tho at torneys for tho plnlntlff and tho ox cossivo vordlct. Tho plaint...

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. — 27 February 1912

J TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVENS r FLAMS RAVAGE OKLAHOMA Between 20 And 40 Believed To Be Entombed r k six lsodiGS Are Hecovered-Failure Of Machinery To Work At Critical Moment Responsible For Many Lives One Hundred Men Walk Or Are Carried To Safety By Rescue Squad, Some Unconscious-Hope For Those Remaining In Shaft Is Abandoned Lehigh Okla,, Feb. 23. It Is be ttered that between 20 and 40 miners employed In tho coal mlno of. the Wichita Coal and Mining company fast their lives when fire broko rat In mine No. 5, entombing the moo. The filling up ot the shafts with smoke and tho failure of tho machinery to work prevented their rescue. Six dead bodies have been ro movod from tho mlno and the work la still being pushed. The Are is still raging In tho mlno and It 1b not bo Hoved that any of those yet within the Bhafts can be alive. The num ber of those Is estimated variously by different officers of the company at from 15 to 35. When fire broke out the al...

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. — 27 February 1912

.iM niaJurt mnV"-ii ffrtr,T-T?,--rt Hwi ti ! -j-- - 4 - fcijMuyt- .W" 7 wwpwwjwwwiwaf niwfii n wmmmmm&simmfflmmmmm ffill III! IIIWUMW W - r npy 'wMi fc i. . i iitiMmi i) iHWy"f'y- "" V ,,"il4,3SttI!L "' i tmmmfmm IK 1 L 3 'J l Bf .:. ., .&., rivut tiUHi W w- USE CLUBS ON LAWRENCE MOB Mice Afiackoj by Slriko Sym palhizers, CHILDREN ACE RETURNED Parents to Appear In Court Today to Answer Charoo of Neglecting Off spring When They Attempted to Send Then to Cities Where Tem porary Homes Had Been Secured. Strlko Leaders Cay They Court Fullest Congressional Inquiry. Lawrence Mass, Feb. 2C Rccui lunco of the riotous scenes of Satur flay marked tbo opening of tlio sev mth week of tho mill workers Utrlke. Tho disturbances, however wero not connected with tho exporta tion of children. Pollco officers wero forced to use their clul)3 on a crowd of strlko sympathizers who had thrown stencs at thorn following -some arrests. So far as could bo learned, no heads wero broken. The city officia...

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 1912

fPjlHljrjyyws'lftW yTf 'WMiyflf ir,1y'T"r T-xwr i- ijtw-'x r ' "1 "Y- vy- nr,T'V iS&nM 0jpr S&ttttjer, sfe if jJJJV PEICE TWO CENTS President Confers With Members Of Cabinet Izcona Story Is Dlscrcdited-Threat That Invasion By Yankee Troops Would Bo Sijnal For Slaughter 01 40,000 Americans South Of Rio Grande Held Too Absurd For Conslderatlon-Senor Crespo Abks T hat Juarez lie Considered Closed Port Washington, Feb. 29. The Mexi can revolution, following tho peace ful capitulation of tho important bor der city of Juarez to the rebels, took s now turn, presenting a number of ocrlous and delicnto questions to tho American government. Beports, xrhlch later -were found to bo exas perated, that rebel forces had cap tared a number of townB near Vera Cruz and were advancing into the big oil district near there, were re ceived at the state department. Many Americans have large interests in this district. " Following the receipt of these re ports Secretary of tho Navy Meyer and Anting...

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 1912

K.V r I Iff1 ii i; AOE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 181J2. ., FREDERICKTOWN 4 .. .$. j. j. j. j .j. j j j j j . ar. Wlllliim Monnott visited with Srlenda nt Sparta a fow days tho past week. Mr. W. C. Carson and family visited at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parrlsh lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Watklns, of Salem, visited with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Coch ran of this placo the past week. Mr. Karl Whltnoy moved his house hold uffects to Indianapolis, Ind., thu last week, whore ho and his family Twill make their futuro home. After beliiK away from hero nine teen j cars, Mrs. Lydln Sargent has re Humed her residence In Frederick town, making her lionu- with Miss Tilla Hall. Mr. B. N. Scrabaugh Is now tho owner of tho MofTlt pioporty on Mt. Vernon avenue. Mr. C. C. Lucas, one of our local olotblng merchants, Is going to open a branch storo nt Johnsvlllo, Ohio, "whoro ho has employed Mr. C. K. Inks &s his manager. The Btoro will bo put In operation about tho first of Jlprll....

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 1912

J' - n FniDAY, MARCH 1, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THNEK y HUSBAND DID HOUSEWORK Is The Charge Made By A Shelby Man . In An Action Instituted By Him for Divorce Verdict Returned In Buggy 'Co. vs. Salisbury Which Is Mostly A Finding For The Defendant Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Chcstor J. Beelman, by his attorney, Gcorgo W. Coble, has begun suit in probata court against Pearl E. Beel man. Tho parties woro married Dec. 22, 1010, at Shelby. For causo of action, plaintiff alleges that defendant has been guilty of gross neglect of duty toward him; that during almost tho entire period of their marriage, defendant has ab solutely refused and failed to perform her household duties and that on ac count of her dllltary disposition, plain tiff has been compelled to perform most of tho housework himself. Plaintiff further alleges that during tho greater portion of tho period of their mnrrlcd llfo ho h?s been com pelled to either proparo his own meals or go to his relat...

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 1912

PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER TUESDAY FEDRUARY 27, 1912. Newman jimmumt niiimMMWniijrjMUium.niuuicytiiiUii in'.tMriPii.iiiuimiiiiJimiiiiB MOUNT VERNON, OHIO RANK HARPER, Editor i i-W oo3aly MONUMENT SQUARE. Knifrt-d lit ;tio Mt. Vernon, 0 pott otter up second cU mall uinttor Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Rato $1.50 per year. SELFISH ROOSEVELT The doslro for publicity and to form alb launch Lis candidacy In tho most dramatic manner must havo actuated "Teddy" for ho must havo known that bis lettor of Monday contained no nous. Ho had previously trimmed and used up his old time fighting mate, Senator La Folette, and tho activities of a fco.o of Roosevelt political bu reaus thioughotit tho country, all 6i ruling mints of money, was sufll clT.t cvldenco to tho pcoplo that tho colonrl was a candidate. Many who had always bollovod that Roosrielt was a man of his word and could be (Upended on, will doubtless he du appointed when 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. — 1 March 1912

Bfatt I FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQG PIV MHHWWUUimMIHMmiWUIMJiWl TWWTI.gtJUrj'MTWm ! mtMmttomiM,iiiAXi1!jumuminmwj.iiu'M,MwmmiJiiunYmrwvmmiwirntwmimi Y k y TREASURE IN GOLD Said To Have Bonn Curled Years Ago On A Coshocton Co, Farm By Eccentric Woman Story Now Attracting Atten tion Of The Public As The Farm Is To Be Sold At Auction The Buried Pot Is' Said To Contain About $1,500 (Coshocton Ago) When tho Jano Graham Farm or oomo 200 acres," in Virginia township cells, thoro will ho conslorablo specie lation on tho part of tho now owner whether or not ho has bought a mys terious pot of gold along with tho productive) acres. Tho farm is to bo sold soon at auc tion, as advortised in Tho Ago by tho prosent owners, Messrs. Jack Handles and Virgil Burkolow. This Horn by tho way is not an advertisement, oven though It may. attract tho attention to tho. land and tho sale. For many years tho land was owned by Miss Jano Graham, who was ec centric. That sho was rich none g...

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 1912

r1-v ivfr ,yfr.. PAGE SIX THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912. ' 'jiwivr I JCr COUNCIL S Tq Have Current Shut OH Id The Electric Arctics Until The Same Are Put In PnijiLT Condition mi i So That They Burn Regular ly Each Evening Ordinance To Increase Salary Of Laborers On Streets Is Turned Down By Council Monday Evening Tlio city council waa callod to order an Monday evening with tall mombora present oxcept Mr. Woavar. Tho min utes of tho last regular mooting wore read by Clerk Mclnllro and woro ap proved as icadv Tho cloik loportod that tho pavo ment n-i ossmciit on tho Chnppoloar iiroperty on ICaHt aumblor Htrout has been overpaid to tho amount of $11.94 becauBo of tho fact that during two youta tho pioporly had boon uascBsed for moro foot fiontugo than It poi v sficd. Mr. Applolon moved that n rrfunder ho IhbiiuiI In favor of Mr. C'happehar to tho amount of $11.01. Tho motion carried. 'I ho oidiiianco providing for tho Is Ailing of bonds for Uio purpoao of min ing money t...

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 1912

FRIDAY, MAHOH 1, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEH f S AN ANSWER IS FILES By F, 0, Levuring In Case Brought By J, B. Waiylit In .,'liicli The Appointment Of Receiver Is Asked for Defendant Says Receiver Not Necessary For The Property Charity. A. Cole Sues J. A. Stogie For $5,000 Damages May Send Homeless Children To Richland County In the case of John B. Walght vs. Frank O. Levering in which tho plain tiff asked for a dissolution of partner ship and for tho appointment of a re ceiver, an answer was filed by tho de fendant, Frank O. Levering, In tho court of common pleas 01 Knox county Tuesday morning. The defendant ad mits that the partnership was formed In 1903, to cngago In tho gas business. Tho defendant further admits that tho Butler and Bcllvlllo gas plants wcro purchased In tho year 1906. Tho defendant says that tho only controversy now existing between tho plaintiff and tho defendant relative to tho plants and the said property is tho rofuBal of tho plaintiff to either ...

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 1912

wM-Wljy wfrlwMMiuiw iiWirirmiiiiiinjinirrinwi-imirffiVpniiiftnmrrfrifrnTrrr wi-'-nrr-r-nr-rmi-iTf "i-anp" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912. lfr Wn"-WifrA )'") ' nw 'umi tji TfT'" lITMllmimUg.HUWUILJJliJil1W14liJUUI M MWI JIIMW MM . READY TO PROBE MILL CONDITIONS torment Sends Special Ajent io Lawrence, Miss, UBOR LEADERS ARE AT WAR Wnywcod Chtirges Golden With Play ing FalBo to Textile Workers and Latter Says Former Miner Made Inflammatory Spoechca Inciting Strikers to Acta of Violence Men, Women and Children on Way to Washington to Testify. Washington, Feb. 29. Immcdlato .Investigation of tho wage and work ing conditions at tho tcxtllo mills of Xawrenco, Mass., will be mado by the federal bureau of labor, a ropre uentatlvo of the bureau having left WaiHn"tnn for tho strike-ridden city. W. D. HAYWOOD Former Miner Leads 8trlko of Lawrence Mill Workers. cj.,.;,' Li ... t ff. r.nA l.in.tnr nf tlin "Industilal Workors of tho World. ent a telegram to RopioHcntntlvo VIlBon att...

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. — 5 March 1912

te&l;. ..,- igpwwn TvpiV"""""' ' "V '-TK -T tmvttn unntt 11 .1 m 5 PRICE TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, O., TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912 No. 19 ESTABLISHED 183B i KiljJv , k y Driven From Chihuahua By Villa's Faithful Band Ihdero's Lieutenant Had Tip ed To Turn City Over To Rebels And Upset Plans By Taking Possession Himself-OrozcolDiscloses Hand When He Wires Rush Qrderjo Juarez For Insurgent Reinforcements El Paso, Tex., March 4. In ft bat Uo at Chihuahua, capital of the state of Chihuahua, thirty-five men were killed. Pancho Villa attacked the town With TOO men after demanding Its surrender from Pascual Orozco, the sommander. Orozco and his men trore driven out and hla appeal to the rebels In Juarez for reinforce ments leads to the conclusion that Orozco has joined the rebels and that Villa has remained loyal, and that, knowing that Orozco was ready to tura against the government. Villa 'Ceclaei to ttfUe the- town, etitrenfcn BdznseJf and prepare to resist the In vaders from Juarez rather t...

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. — 5 March 1912

MMnwiiiwmummwirMUM'in.'wy '"" 'Jww"l''"''Wwj3WiCOTsMTV-yi iiiiiii PAGE 7 WO & w W S m." B l li I I I I i ' ,' is HI sunrffumnnniti THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ' i :tNitinmmm TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1012. mall Bonds for Small Investors Have You Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars or One Hundred Dollars an Tho Kimball Light, Tower and Wator Company, who owns a fifty year franchises for electric light, power and waterworks In Kimball, West Virginia, has placed In our hands for nalo Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars worth of Its G first mortgago twenty-year gold treas ury bonds, subject to prior sale. Tho denominations of theso bonds aro $250 each and $100 each, which tho principal and Interest Of 0 Is GUARANTEED by a first mortgage or trust deed on tho fifty-year fran chise granted by tho city of Kimball, West Virginia, and tho ontlro holdings or tho company, which Includes all of Its real estate, power house, bulldlngB, waterworks, wolls, poles, wiring and lta entire equip ment. Tho Bond and Trust ...

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. — 5 March 1912

,'-'''T!"B'tjTWPrww"c'y ,? e "iW'Tjmr w wiywm, " 'V 'T Tw''7j''v"-wn- TUESDAY, MAHCH 5, 101Z THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THfta A s rf- K X Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a relia ble remedy for any kind of Jiorsc lameness. Will kill Uie growth of spavin, curb qr splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Hero's Proof. "I used Sloan' I.lnlment on a mole (or ' lURli lameness,' and cured her. I m never vrllliout n lxmla of your liniment I have bouElit more cit It tliau any oilier remedy for pains." Daily Kirbv, Cassady, Ky. "Sloan's Liniment U the best made. 1 have removed very large shoe bolli off a horse with It. I liavn killed a quarter Crack on a mare that u awfully bad. I have aba healed raw, tore necka on three hornet. I have healed grease heel on a mare that could hardlr walk." AHTliONr O. IfiYKR. Oakland, Pa., Route No. i. SIOAMS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "My hojrt had hoe cholera three dayi before we got your liniment, which I waa adr...

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. — 5 March 1912

itoflWntwrwtowwwpwMr! as A.GE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1D12. t i V tf f? 1 y i ?4 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor r 'Woroi-Wools.ly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered al the Mt. Vernon, 0., poit office as second cIsjj mall matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and .Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. o Subscription Halo fl.50 por yoar. TO HEAR NOTED MEN Washington, D. CL JMnrck 4 Tho J2th annual mooting of Uio National 'Civic Federation, vhlcu la to moot In this city tomorrow tor a tliroo days' session, has solecUxl industrial pcaco and progress as .tho gonoral subject tor consideration. Mnny mon nation ally and Internallonally prominent In public .lfo and in Uio Industrial world frill participate Cardinal Gibbons will prcsldo nvor Uio first day's delib eration and Prosldont Taft will mako tho opening address. Among tho not cd mon schodutod aa spoakoru Socro tary of Commorco and Labor Nagol, Sonutnr Gcorgo Sutherland of Utah, Provident Samuol Qompora of th...

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. — 5 March 1912

a" t '. - XT TUE8DAY, MARCH 6, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE pivr if ' v V TWO STATE OFFICIALS To Bo In Court In Knox County The Present Week To Assist Prosecutor Cromley In Criminal Cases Ljbarger Case First Kind Ever Tried In The State Common Pleas Court Con venes Monday Afternoon Other Items Oi Interest From The Court House PKOORAM For The Wool Growers Meet ing in This City Tho next mooting of Tho Knox Co. Wool Orowera' Association will bo hold Saturday, March 0, at tho Y. M. C. A. building, 1 p. m. Tho following program has boon ar ranged: Tho Lamb from birth to 12 months of ago J. M. Wilson, Frodorlcktown. Tho Stock Ham, Typo and Manage ment Ira Ewart, Martlnsburg. Soma points on Feeding for Market Jno. Cunningham, Gambler. ThoValuo of tho Mutton Broods J. H. Jenkins, Ml. Vornon. My Years with Sheop Jos. Colopy, Danvlllo. DIfflcult cases of Lamb Dlrth J. P. Walkor, Gambler. Every wool grower Is Invited, Lot all attend. gaTwell A etato official and a representative from ono ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 March 1912

tnwMiwvwiiMriMMUiliMiWHTOwwsB U it ! VQE dIA ntm0Z' RAILROAD TAXE c Produce Two Million Dollars More llevcnuo Viian Was Paid During Previous Twelve Months The Increased Payments Go Into County Treasuries Danger Df Clothing The Legis lature With Power 4long The Lines Of The Classification Df Properly Columbus, O, March I Reports Irom every tatting district In Uio stnto show that, undor Uio iiqw tax laws o tallied by Govornor Harmon, railroads operating in Ohio will during tho flBcal yoar 1011 pay nearly 12,000,000 more taxes than thoy paid tho provlous twclvo months. Tho farmer and homo owner pro'flt ed most, as a rojulL Tho following lablo tiliown tho pay ments by ratlroadu during tho two years: 1910 value of railroad proporty, 1CC,4C9.C0!).00. 1910 rate pal!C3ri. Total paymonU, $4,101,730.97. 1911 valuo railroad property, $580,- 000.00. 1 1911 rato v&lifilfa. i Total paymonifS;8OO.dO0.QO. ' Incrcaso, $1,638,260.00, The Increased tax payments hy rail road companion will go Into ...

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