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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 January 1910

WWWWBgMwffS? TataUay, January 11, idiO THE DEMOCRATIC BAlfNEU rAGR FTVH h v TS t Tjf S Gas Is increased By A New Gate Installed in The Main Lineupplying Mt. Vernon Gas Cut Off Sunday For A Short Time But The Pressure On Mon day Was Increased Statement Gjven Out At, The ' Local Office 'Almost every business house and residence In Mt. Vernon was cut off from the supply of natural gas about noon Sunday for tho roason that tho Ohio Fuel Supply company was en gaged In placing a new gate In their main lino Just south- of tho city. In some places the gas did not go en tirely out but went down so low that It was scarsely noticeable. The Ohio Fuel Supply 'company purchase their gas from tho Logan company for consumption In chls city and It was rumored that tho cut over was made by tho Ohio Fuel company for the purpose of using some of their gas In connection with that se cured from tho Logan company. However, at tho ofllce of tho Ohio Fuel company In this city tho state ment was given out Mo...

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. — 11 January 1910

1 ' " rmammamm rr'rfizTSMiisEiizi&SSH JJjFlSlI iwZMifcjJin jllal.l a. "?". y.,,f-1 .-' .fcU- SaESZ3SE 1 - L immmmmmmmrmmirrmiiimmm wiiiiiPff'w'MW'''y-wii1 rAGR SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tutsday, January 11, 1010 OMMMMMlM -V ( i i f 1 JlTHi i3.l Fi vJr 1 j I , i3.l iFjij WRpf&FTT&'fr fir fir Hr Hr Hr fir ftr m m pi? It fir Hr ails? m m m P i -' k V 1, It' ll m v m m ft I QS iis f.. 5) 4 3 B W& M w 'AM m " ' i h & m ;' .-.vAgyeMAl r, ufa" U- .- m m IS IIS i! yjp The Gigantic Clearance Sale Of YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE Commenced Thursday Morning, Jan. 6, at 8 O'Clock PROFITS THROWN TO THE WINDS-You Buy Goods Cheaper Than You Ever Bought Them In Your JLife Remember This sale includes every article in the store: Clothing, Hats. Fur nishings, Trunks, Suit Cases and Valises. NOTHING RESERVED Big Bargains in Boys' and Childrens' SUITS AND OVERCOATS WW if t 1-4 or more oil the price of every Suit. Buy 'em now $2.00 Suits now $1.50 $3.00 Suits now $2.25 $4.00 Suits now ...

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. — 11 January 1910

infTwumwf " 9-WTt-V ! rTueiday, January 11, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOn SIWKtt e "w-flwn (i j tpvif wwwt )' 'j tdt i itwwk r i ammm iwei """B-rrajiiii ! a mwim t r n n i n iwwottohi flu ' I ! i4.H"l-t..tlOO Q PEOPLES Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. ' O''' !! HI lOOQ Toronto, Canada, Jnnunry 0. I'nstor C. ?. Iluaecll of Brooklyn Tulieruuole. Kcw York, preached twice tiure today o large uud very attentive uudlunecs. fiVe report ouo of bis discourses from the above text, as follows: The word "Kinked" In our text la used In a figurative sense to algnlfy that Uod took no notice of, paid up Attcutlou to, that long period of time from the flood to the Klrst Advent of mr Redeemer. During those twenty fire hundred years the world of man kind lay In Ignorance and weakness and rice, but, as our text Ueclares, Cod took no notice of It as it whole, lie gave hla attention entirely to the little nation of Israel. Ihe descendants pt Abraham, with whom he made u cpectal...

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. — 11 January 1910

,uup. .jau jyt-. TWlMWWtJ-' )wiwiwaiaiwwiiuwkiWKtwfiiMwi ...- wiHmi ,fc wnHgi tifi .mw i i ihn ii mi w)van- UAWMMnmiirriijiwfo Afeft$, WW". :rW4tH fWP'PIWBWS'Jfi. - TA6K mOHT MMwmamm THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, January 11, 1910 ,r . olCi --OF THE- PTMBtf X. ' i t r,3 iB AH lPl I HL I Bk. flV B B 1 Ka ft FKk HI h dHT iA fl Bk H it l I L'j- 1 l-lt J J? if If 18 V l it. .(( i- . -ji.'h ri vjlfc. ! to 8 TO tIS " A. A. DOWDS Dry Goods Co. And The v R. F. MANTZ Big Department Store The Simple announcement in Friday's papers that this sale would begin Saturday morning was sufficient to pack llhe store with Eager buyers who were quick to take advantage of this opportunity of making their dollars do double duty. Thousands of dollars' worth of this season's Bright, Clean, New Goods must be disposed of now because we must have the room they now occupy. Goods From AH Departments Included In This Sale ' Some stripped of all profit some less than wholesale some a trifle more. The unparalleled ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

jlwyCT" t "'? t T.wryr' i'r'-",r;i jyicW,'pj'W'ipJy'T)tf'V'''1 Wdwshfi f ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1910 No. 4 PRICE TWO CENTS She iletfMWfaiiip Iwititier. K y ends Short But Pointed Message lo Legislature Committee That Is To Investigate High Cost Of Living Has Autocratic Powers To Compel Attendance Qf Wit nesses And Proscntation Of Books, Papers And Cor respondence Of Business Firms Tremendous Opposition Brought To Bear Columbus, O., Jan. 13. Governor Shannon sent to the gonoral assembly a messago urging tho appointment of 4 committco to Investigate tho high tost of living. The reading of tho nessago in tho senato was followed fiy tho Introduction of Senator Bcat p'a resolution calling for tho ap pointment of a Joint committee f tho senato and house, whoso fluty it, shall bo to mako a thorough Investigation of conditions ss they exist throughout tho stato and report to tho legislature what steps nro necessary to prevent tho further Imposition of heavy burden...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

UMgtA WgmmwffljWrjli,i mt jw lyywKwiw ..7-,wr? "T'"ffrr-J-'s jhiiiiihi in Tmmatmtwmt, '" "w w'iMWiiiiiiviiiwwimXiwmtf, ( kli&9lwteMi Trams two imnamimitn THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Frldayt January 14, 1910 ms vmmwiujauwmMuwuuumwimmiwtimuBm-mBvm u miXL.imjJjUmiluuL1lmM, mM,mu.m!lmluMaaaaammaimmi ...I ...... V r i fi ? k B w mi I ' 8 t 8EG0LARS HAVE " ". OWN TROUBLES Hepublican Congressional Gim Qlttso Repudiates Statement. HAY PRECIPITATE LIVELY ROW Wepretsntativo Tawney Says He ( First Say Attack on Insurgents In I (Newspapers and Places Blame on j WcKlnley and Loudenslager Intl- I mated President Taft Perused Doc vsnent Before Given to Public Ce j ktmbus Congressman In Bad. Washington, Jan. 11. Tho stato went, purporting to como from tho Republican congressional comtnltteo, ta which notlco was given that tho Insurgents wero llttlo bettor than Democrats and .that their recent ac WtUIcb placed them outsldo the pale T their party, promises to precipitate Bho Urcllcst kind of a row amon...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

jww w'l'WWwwyWP1WTi i.1itWijyv.Mgf v TvrMfei "l- 'Y',$rrlt''""m"fi'"m "T' ii IP Hi milium l ,WII i JW'H!" P"1 & rrlday, January 14, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BARKER PAOMTRimV i? CHICKENS Of All Sizes And Breeds Are On Exhibition At The Poultry Show Now Being Held In The Weaver Room On South Main St. ' Many Valuable Bogs Are Also Exhibited The Show To Cose Satur day Of This Week Tho Knox county pet stock and poultry show Is now a reality. It Jias been often remarked that Mt. Vornon could not support and hold a good ihow of this kind and have everything up to tho mlnuto and completes but those persons surely woro mistaken. Tho show Is In full swing In tho room lately vacated oy Mr. Wlllam Weaver who conducted a pool room. In a remarkably short length of time, overythlng was prepared and tho exhibits wero put Into such a position that they can bo viewed without lnconvonlenco to any one. At noon Tuesday, only a few birds ,irwc to bo scan In cho room but at Jfrree o'clock on the same after...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

.- L.. -.,. .. mmjm) nmiiimmiHiivmwmiTZi' t9m$UlatamUmttmmm4mmm ttavucvwwmeri N4y;yfcbfcKilirwmH r.a. r " "V 'T t - ' :i I v ?am poim THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January-IV 1ST -SSLfcs '1 ,., B f rv She 2Sanner FRANK HARPER, Editor Sozu.1- w ooltly Subscription Rato $1.50 per yim 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho Alt. Voruon, O., post ottice ua second class mall .natter. NOT A 1'AirrV QUESTION The Athens Mcsongor, n Itopubll can paper, said of Governor Har mon's position in favor ot ono cen tral board to manago stuto Institu tions: "There In no doubt but that n change Is necessary In tho manage ment of stato Institutions but whether tho dolallod plans suggested by Governor Harmon aro advisable and suitable has not bcon dotormln ed." Of courso to a Hopubllcan paper like tho Athens McssonGor grave doubts would nrlso as to whether any suggestions mado by a Democra tic governor would bo ndvlsablo ond sultablo and tho Mcssongor wants It undcrbtuod In advance that If I...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

i vwff f r'aVT'W'Vv-T'W'WF?17wT"rV( "1T T'l , j wj. - rrr J"f i Friday, January 1V191P THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOK tflVW .vTTf!--?;?! -ir, frwsrv i . & ANNUAL Meeting Of Womon's Chris tian Association Held Wednesday Afternoon At The Parish House When Reports Of The Year Were Read And Officers Elected For Ensuing Year The List Of Donations For Month Of December Tho annual meeting of tho Woman's Christian association was hold Wed nobday attemoou at tho Parish houso. Tho usual routlno business of tho month was transacted. Upon motion tho association adopt cd a set of rules for government at tho Homo for tho Aged ns suggested by tho trustees. Mrs. Mary P. Scott presented to tho association a picture ot tho lato Mrs. Carollno Waddell, which was accepted with a vote of thanks from tho associa tion. Mrs. Henry Cooper resigned ns a trustee of tho association which was accepted with regret. Two members were received, Mrs. W. E. Mild and Mrs. J. W. Stagg. Next ciimo tho election of olllccr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 14 January 1910

4ffWWWW4hwwMJC;iWiw'v'' w 'rtmwtWJaviiuliJiiJwiMWW w.r 'ti'i''lft'awu''W'wmwP!WB'rf'wwiiiMwwt VMP. STX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January 14, 191 iWHH"" W'i1iM''Uiiiniiiiiriiiiiiiiiijiiitiiinrl!WMlPMIwaTWtgl8W' I. i ?. $ i i ! ! i J i f ! i! "i i J. KllRDKniOICTOWN. 4 $'! ? $ f ! The mcotlucs tytr U'O MiathodlBt hurch tho past wcftk hiwo b,0Gn pro gressing remarkably woll considering the pevoro weather tho poopto havo have to encounter In ordor to attend. Hov. Hambly fools greatly oncourng cd over tho prospect of a rovvi that will do a great deal oJC good In our village. Theso mcctlnga aro an nounced to contlnuo Indefinitely. Mr. WIIHb Harry of Manoflold vis ited his hrothor, Mr. Charlco Harry, nd his fnlmly ovbr Sunday. Mr. Albert SIdnoy Qrogg of Clovc lahd was tho guosl of Iter. Thomas Hambly nnd family a fow days last week. Mr. Gregg was horo making arrangements for a. future mooting to start a campaign 'against tho clga rctt and Its allied evils. Tho tlmo of his coming waa no...

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. — 14 January 1910

fPfW W'lllIMWP'Wjtip """fiijp' ''wifwsfjiiiyliWiiiBiifi 'f i LP h iFrtday, January 14, 1910 ASSESSORS Meet At The County Court House And Organize Decide To Assess Property At Its Real Value The Commissioners "Can" Janitor Win, Davis Partition Suit Is Filed In Corcmon Pleas Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Thirty-one out of the thirty-four asscsors of real cstato in Knox Co. assembled In tlio common pleas court room at one o'clock Monday after non for the purpose of organizing and receiving Instruction. All the Tillages and townships were present, expecting one, there being a number of assessors from the city absent. The ascsaors first organized as fol lows: Chairman C. M.t Hlldroth of Frcderlcktown. Secretary William Carlisle of Gambler. Instructions were then given to 4he Assessors by County Auditor Young. The assessors present expressed their opinion that tho property should bo assessed on the basis of Its Teal valuo in money and to hold the returns back In tho sprin...

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 January 1910

mmmmm BWWBWHBWlBWWIBWPIWapWWIWIUI,ilii in ,r . V-L.1.- KTOPTSS ti upc.MB wmV xzsxnTf: . s "--..j LjjiBrjjn-.3 . '-iwni3Hr-'lr'8'r' ' MMwW!egBmwwMw3f P' II Mill I ' I Mil rffrvXTTyT wwtywwHff'Mjrtw''tlitiful3WVIMVwy''QWl mt- r Tr jVinV iQllrTW.' "fftyy "7T,T7rrrnf lr7jyr MH" " 'JH iato mmcr THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January 14, 1918 Jte Ill "r1" 1 1 iii.ijjmii.miii ! -grriiTiiTiiniffrnTfliirinrwinimBrSr.il iter vy? TS i XjaSiw' TJBMBaiiSBBwfegiwwTO " "Tr- fi J i WAITING GAME IS PLAYED BY PINGHOT Hinted He Delays Statement to Minimize Tatt's Message. Washington. Jan. 13. According to those political sages who hold to bo belief that aifford Plnchot Is fol lowing the Roosovelt backfiro policy t minimising effect of action on tho Vrt of critics, that Mr. Plnchot Is withholding his promised statement fcrom tho press until President Taft's poclal messago on tho subject of tho conservation of natural resources Is went to congress. This messago villi bo transmitted to tee Donate and tho ...

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. — 18 January 1910

7"-4WTf ''j wwf y TTT-"""' ' "tnupWTf1, ':7SBWr "- " r --, .-,v. j.... ntv ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JAN, 18, 1910 No, 5 PRICE TWO CENTS f, . in1 -i tn wifswwswrtwfif'if mpiFfiffmftwirrv rww wwir.'nr ,-n!7T Smjoomrfii mm u. r k TAFT POLIGIE IRK Open Revolt Is Threatened Regular Republicans Illinois Representative And Staunch Supporter Of Cannon Objects To Recommendations For Changes In In terstate Commerce Law And Federal Incorporation Scheme-Representative Mondell Refuses To Fath er Baliinger's Conservation Hills Washington, Jan. 17 It may bo Accessary soon for President Taft to Address himself to the task of bring fag the regular Republicans in con gress Into lino, opposition to his poll lea having developed with wonderful mpldlty within their ranks. Represen tative Mann, Illinois, chairman of the committee on Interstate and foreign loommeree, who Is recognized as Speaker Cannon's first lieutenant on tfce floor of the house, as well as oth ers Identified with the o...

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. — 18 January 1910

ItJfWpTttKHTBWWf'WIWl'B I WW MwUMBWiww " iuiiitiwwiMWlltKIMIHIWIWHWaMBW f O tAOfc TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tiuslnyt Jnnunry, IB, 1DIO iMiiuiuwwuwmoiwwwmuii MnmiiMmWiiiiui iii rn s'-wt in. wwwiiniiBfi WARNQCK NOT . SJIREOF JOB WashlngtonGosslpsPickGrosve nor For Pension Agency, IS NOT APPLICANT FOR PLAGE President Taft Said to Be Dissatisfied With Manner In Which Present In cumbent of Columbus Office Treat ed Candidacy of Colonel CurryVand Is Not Averse to Naming Dark I Horse at Compromise Friends of Athens Statesman Active. Washington, Jan. 15. Former Con gressman Charles II. Crosvcnor of Atkoas, O., Is mentioned for appoint ment as pension agent at Columbus us a compromise solution of tho situation presented by the contest of General Warnock and Colonoy Curry for the place now held by tho former. No formal application has been marto by General Grosvenor, but somo of bla friends havo bestirred themselves In his behalf and have met with en couragement President Taft entertains a vor...

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. — 18 January 1910

91 -rr,rrim,rvrfmusri.fgnf mtin -wtfy mnmfiwjf'Y!' 'g'l'tSvyw "'jjjwfr"' "JW'ViKt -m WTflWlii n'-nnf i '-W? "V lWntlay, January, 18, 1010 THE DEM00EATI0 BANNER TAOR THRMI a I lW v S Do The liuaranty And Farm ers ft Merchants' Banks To lie Operated Under Charier Of The Guaranty And Occupy The Room At Main And Vine Sis Ion. Frank V. Owen, Presi dent Of The Institution The Consolidation Of The Banks Effective Monday Tho Guaranty Savings Bank and Trust Company and Tho Fanners and Merchants National Bank wore consolidated Monday morning, Jan nary 17, 1910, and hereafter the business will ho conducted under tho HON. FRANK V. OWEN President of tho Consolidated Gunr anty Savings and The Farmers and Merchants' Itanlcs. charter of tho Guaranty Savings and Trust company, and In the room now occupied by the Farmers and Mer chants National Bank. The Institutions hae practically been owned and controlled by the eamo people slnco their organization. It was deemed advisable to consoli date to curta...

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. — 18 January 1910

ii iuKinMvRiaiBaiaHBiH !L-i:.-i J-iawraL--. -.U I. II VtHMmBTOL I I II MllllltlllUWIIpwwIIJHIUIIJ wwr ' T I . . 1 i i lim g'nT7i" ' y k j'l tf" " ""."' BiWW t'j; i.mi'niiWIWllli,MWt)l'wU'i TTn' liiWM'rHMIWWWIWaiWWWlBVHl ''" W HIWHWK V-Ha' ' "'" J"T,J"" 'T" JAGK POUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER Tuesday, January, 18,. 1919 I I She 9Bann-r FRANK HARPER, Editor onaJ.-X7"oolsJLy Subscription Rigo J1.50 per yrn 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the lit. Vernon, 0., post office as second class mall matter. SHORT Items Of Today's News Over The Country San Francisco. Oal Jan. 17. The fifth annunl championship tourna ment of tho California Womou Ool fcrs' association openod today at the San Francisco (loir and Country , Club. CLOSED Did The Poultry Show On Saturd y Evening After A -Most Successful Week -Officers Elected i Harrlsburg, I'a. ,Jnn. 17. Th case of Architect Joseph M. Huston, ucciised of conspiracy In tho fur nishing of tho Pennsylvania State eapltol. was cnllod for trial b...

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. — 18 January 1910

'l1fW"'!tP W n,ywm!pww''Trriw v aesdajr, January, 18, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAGK HV K V THRILLING Experience Witli;Robbers Bad Mr. W. S, Steinhoff A Broilier Of Mr. Clias. A Steinhoff Of The City Ciri Prevents A Double Hold In The Store Up Of Her Father Which Lucated in Columbus Is mnn'o rovolvor slightly burned tho young woman's face. Mies Steinhoff screamed and fright onod by tho four of tho result of this and tho rovolvcr shot, tho two men raado a stumbling but hurled oxlt and ran south on Pennsylvania ave nue Mr. Btolnhoff's watch chain was jorkod from him in tho trugglo and It was thought that this was tho only prize of tho daring robbers, but later this was found near tho drug s ore door, whero It had ovldontly fallen wnon tho robbers ran away. Miss Steinhoff was vory much clat ed with her part In tho holaup, yet her closo call almost caused hyster ics. "If I hadn't been gamo enough to come in thoy would have gocton away with It," sho said. Tho robbeiu evidently planned t...

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. — 18 January 1910

iril fc i iiiMiin mi rTTi riiBrari'" ""' " JL"" i.nrfrrTiiwLwMliMiMniiiHrrirjlll'''nr"TlT"rin','T itHflMWKYfflf3((f"j4ifpiBm(j PAGH SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tnfsday, January, 18, 1919 i u I IK r t ! v if i if 1 I I 0,,M "'" "' -. 060 PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle Q-- i'f.-.M -.- .!- 0 00 Brookljn. X. V, Jnnunry 10.-Todny began n scries of Christian Mnss Meet ings, which nro lo coiiliniio during four suetesslvo Sunday afternoons In the largest Audlloilum of Hrookljn, the Academy of Music, under the aus pices of "People's Pulpit Association." The topic for the dny vvns: "What VdnuicvitllonalhU, 1'icsbytcrl ians and Utthinlh's mutt surrendtr in the intercuts 0 diutch I'cdaaUon." Pastor C. T. Uus-cll of lirooklyu Tabernacle delh crcd the address. The Npncluus and elegant Audltoiluiii vvnt) crowded so that nu overflow mooting with another bpenkor vvus deemed ad ilsublc. On the ptulfonn behind the ttpenker were several hundred men, In cluding n uiiinbc...

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. — 18 January 1910

mmmmmwm. 'VWWWPWIfWPWWWifwy H1tWQmv " wfr'W'fi hpT- & fff r-nwwi W y - V Tuesday January, 18, 1010 flmilMMl'IMIJriVIMPyWgWWWBMMMMttW TIBER Is Being RopUHy Depleted In Canada Startling Information From Forestry Association " ' ' ' 0 Molybdenite, A New Mineral, Is Discovered For Valuable Use In Harden ing Of Steel To Develop Peat For Fuel To Supplant Coal Ottawa, Ont, Jan. 14. Tho secre tary of tho Canadian Forestry associa tion, James Lawlor, has given out a statcmont that camo as a genuine sur prlso to tho general public, who have lilthorto been led to bellovo that tho Umbor supply of Canada is illimitable and practically Inexhaustible. In re gard to this subject, which vitally con cerns tho welfare of tho Dominion, it Is pointed out that in tho older por tions of Ontario there are at present over 8,000,000 acres of land fit for nothing elso but the growing of trees. As an illustration, 'in Norfolk county tho government recently secured 1,000 acres of land, once profitable farm ...

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. — 18 January 1910

T "" J, -. " 'WIMWIHIWi.i.ii.ai. in ' au . , Mi.-j-bW, -y-i . "J,., I iliytT-i"- . fT WMIIWptiWlWtl1l'WifiW1PiWWtW(W4WiWWlJWJff'aH'W ),wmywpi'Ji!iiJjiiil.iJii'wwt't1'"1"'1"" www V ' JW ? :JSs S2: 3ifaingiwSFi.iOT fffUffnmuainimum nrtYXXwnmiKt mr i , wtfHii-.aww,iiirwiiwwiiimHimiuiiu wmBWwrma hEUali 1, -Tt -i-1? t t IPAGK EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, January, 18, 101 ! I REMARKABLE OLD LADY RESIDING NEAR HOWARD Jloward, O., Jan. 17. Sarah Wal ter Drown was born near Wheeling, W. Va., In th year 1813. Sho will tin ninety seven years old should sho lire until May 1st. of the prcsont year. Sho with her husband and kuaband'e people, the Walkers, em migrated to Delaware coilnty, Ohio, eoon after hor marrlago which oc Cured In her clghtcnth year. Dolawarc county nt thnt time was covered with timber and tho land swampy. Mr, Drown became- aflllct d -with what "was called ague. After Vainly trying to shnl:o it off. con tented to seek healthier country Ho camo to Knox tounty near Mon r...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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