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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 January 1910

HlflffSS5!Ks? wwwmwy i,wwwwwivvvii,ii!ft'JM9 "I awn? ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1910 No, 6 PRICE TWO CENTS jjf fllk t H - - . - - '- - - II.,. """ ' '' ' ' " ' " " " ' ' ' ' " ! ! II .. J .. I , , v RAINEY IS FIRED BY REPUBLICANS Caucus Unable To Dislodge James Of Kentucky Expressed Belief That Presence Of Active Partisans On Baliinger Inquiry Commission Would Turn Investi gation Into Farce Goehel Of Ohio Played Import ant Part In Proceedings Lloyd Of Missouri Named In Place Of Illinois Man Deposed Washington, Jan. 20. At tho Re publican Uoubo caucus Representa tive Ralney, Democratic caucus noml bco an one of tho minority members t tho Baliinger probe commission, was deposed In favor of Representa tive Lloyd of Missouri; but tho effort to dislodge Ollle James of Kentucky In favor of Clayton of Alabama failed t consummation. Regarding himself as the chosen bead and leader of the national Re publican organization. President Taft Cave notice to his party assocli...

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 January 1910

rg'fwwfr"'iiyFMRT. Jj .kk.Wtal.AMfjLMM " -'" - --- -- --.- lju jfc-i.Tt ,, . !s?Jfi-..-Ai- .. . .1 ..-,.......... .MjiiiilwiimlmMiwii' S"?,, in-l7iraM'4ttiniij' ifiiir .UlUlUM'WTWffffBWWffMjMjMui4WJtitgrH (WMllllf iji I Tm.W..r--T 1"- r ty- WrfffflHgBJWW)li j j mnmtriMMiMHfcTinimwMWi la C" AOR TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January 21, 1910 s lUBJlMUt ujmjv TAKE-OFF tos GLA.1S rii m STIFF Sentence Given "Gov." Allen By Mayor Mitchell SWEPT SI KOW i-t . if N e 1 S)f Millionaires Banquet To Be Given Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 19. Striking tin jlto worlters of tho American Sheet and Tin-Plato company in the Pitts burp district have been Invited to at tend a banquet of their fellow strikers, to bo gtvon nt Bridgeport, Oblo, next Saturday night. All who can get car faro and one ont admission will go. Tho bnnquet t to bo a take-off on the recent rwell lanq-ct given by tho Cnrneglo of.cials at Pittsburg, a banquet which Is said to bavo cost $100 per plate. Tho starving workmen, who bavo lieon...

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 January 1910

H' '!&!' MWpP" JTp ly-mMttlivrvjj "n T"WifT( TIPp, ' Wf.! flAJf ' Wfl" M"jJW4v Friday, January 2.1, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAttHTH ' wWyywipWWEWi jm "twht )niwf.mfffyulliwv' w vt trmw imny i" r- FINANCIAL Statement From Fire Mar shal's Office Is Sur.1i As To Compel Reflection Shows Saving At Role Of 812,000 A Year $6,000 Turned into Treasury At End Of Year Department Also S.xured Many More Convictions (Ity Orwell O. Itlddlo.) Columbus, O., Jan, 19. Onco more the stato flro marshal's ofllcs comes to tho front with figures to tho governor by John W. Zubor, pre sent flro marshal, showing rocolpts and expenditures and results obtain ed during the year 1909. Therefore tho figures aro official, and neither W. S. Rogers nor Hy Davis can re futo them. It must bo borne In mind that. Gov. Harmon removed Rogers last June on tho ,chargo of extravagance and rut Zuber In his placo. Rogers, therefore, had flvo months and Zub er seven months of tho year. At ihe beginning of the year tho ava...

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 January 1910

IHHH&bhS5E5m552 WWii'HIifflnirtfTfftifftBtiiii iiiiiiMiniiitiiiiiiiiiiL WffW w KT r j ----"t --. t"t-' -ir"inpi umi minipiiai n i j i.r.i 11. t.p .i.JiWWCi,,iMiuiiil1uMiilMiilSlMrlliWniiJii.,n agsaaowattoAu mmmtrwnummatmismtmimia Mimminmiiunmnfu iminWHMi mi ilinnimwM)iMMrtiM THE DEMOORATIO BANNER Friday. January f, tBT BBgl0SUfff'T0Vf,.k ' ''' " "" " " ' 'yi iB t'lUJIl ,J -., .. :! - )M.vii-.miniiiiviMiliitwmriiiiliM'i(iHWtrirr i . (V 1A0E FOUIl & - I ft f V t ! U. r it! Hi im i i BL die f&aimt? FRANK HARPER, Editor "V'oolaJ.y BnbBcrlptlon Rate $1.50 por yoa 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho ML Vornon, 0 poBt fcfrico as Eccond class mall matter. Injured Was William George At Kinney Bridge While At Work On Wednes day Morning Mr. William Ocorgo, who resides on the Klnnoy road south ot tho city, was badly injured Wodncsday morn ing whllo nt work on tho now Kin ney bridge. Tho men nt tho bridge had laid a long heavy connecting rod crosswise on tho south nbu...

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 January 1910

!wT!fftf5i?lfff ? "flr-WwtWTIW rlday, January 21, 1610 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAM tWW jV Uftr TENDENCY Toward Narrowing Hie Shoul der, Flattening The Bust And Broadening The Waist lias its influence Upon The Silhouette In New York City But Only In A Very Few Cases However Some Of The Latest Styles From The Metropolis (By Florcnco Fairbanks) Kow York, Jan. 20. Tho French tendency toward narrowing the shouldors, flattening tho bust and broadening tho walac has Its 'influ ence upon tho sllhouetto here, but only In few comparatively few cases, as tho majority of ths woll-dressod women In this country Tiavo refused to adopt extreme models along that line. Amorlcan dressmakers say thero has been much protest against the pinched in shouldor lino, and that in copying or altering French models they havo usually been askod to dovlso somo way of widonlng the shoulders. A familiar way of achleUng this narrow line without tho awkward narrowing of seams on tho Bhouldor is tho cutting of shouldor 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. — 21 January 1910

""sjaiMHmMIBBiaBsBBBBBBBBiBiBBBBBI HUH ti. - t II it t-t- ,- - i . T-imwrmw w wniiqun vat tf rtifl i iiuinTiMnrnniT IMUKHP' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January 2t, 1919 5 --' TRAVELNG About Through Texas And Ttie Southern States Mr. K. II. Bebout Of Knox Co. Writes The Banner Telling Of Some Of The Points Of Interest Which lie lias Visited On His Journey Thinks Texas Is A Wondei -tul State San Antonio, Toxas, Jan. 12, Editor of the Uatinor: As I liavo been traveling Bomo, I thought It might Interest tho rend ers cf the Dnnnor to glvo an account of whnt I have occn. I left Gambler on Dccomber ICth. 1309, at noon, and Cincinnati at six o'clock, tho samo day, by tho Louis ville & N'nRhvlllo Hallroadj nrrived at Montgomery Alabama, tho next day, 17th, at noon. .Montgomery Is a vory Interesting city, being tho first confederate capi tal and tho capital of tho state. Among the rollcn at tho stato house, Is Jeff. Davla'a big arm chair, sllp- pors and gown. Tho city Is In tho best cot...

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 January 1910

t'iirCT-T-flBiv fftify!rspFr 'TTTTrwPi?iy'5T rtday, January 21, 1010 CLOSING Chapter In The Lost Glohe Trull Of Col, L. G, Hunt Tells Of His Trip Dnck To "Deer Old" Knox And Of The Bad Weather Which He Encountered Also The Poor Land In The South West L& Col. Hunt Is Now Hunk At The Old Stand Editor Banner: You will porcclvo that this let ter Is not dated anywhere and has been delayed somowhat, as I gathered a fow notes heforo starting from tho Golden state and on iny way back, fearing they might becoino stale I thought I would give them to your readers ns a closing chapter in my last globe trotting tour. Wo left Rlnlto, Cal., on tho 29th of Dcccmbor, went to Los Angeles for a week's vlsti beforo starting to Ohio as wo havo a number of friends In that city and Pasadena. Wo went to Pasadena on tho first day of tho new year and witnessed tho great floral parado of the crown city 'on .New Year's day; this is a re gular festal day for tho Pasadenlans and this was their 21st annual sh...

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 January 1910

HPRBr ,'lpPWHJ ' IPJPP"1' i 'J HWR?PN!Vf8MpiRJJPjn9WTW7' 7TfrHJfyswJf'5'.'T,Tr-!T'iTWpy!'''rr- 8p,i?-"rcrray.JTy'TC"'Y ' " T ,'iqpffliMf';;j;1'" yT'?y';1ir'.MI'''''l,''i .if''wwmi''im,'''ivM"' ' nynyiii","ti 'ii"w "Mil i"i' pi.r, wwynwnwnyi ijjjpmm ; ,w;,iwhjh lv -ty " Hjjjjjj&TSV''"' " '-iV;-7r,.T5F' 7trSv!?ifflvwS ?'r".""""':'p,wH j WlF- IV fc Ttaor eight It, !""" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, January 21, 1019 rl f l W i L K THINKS STATES' 5 RIGHTS INVADED Sovernor Ebertiart Wants Con gress to Change Laws, ACTION CREATES SENSATION Executives In Session at Washington Believe Recommendation of Legls , Nation Establishes Radical Prece I dent Johnson's Successor Would I Have Federal Courts Barred From I Interfering With Commonwealths k In Enforcement of ctate Laws. Washington, Jan. 20. Governor Bbcrhart, successor to John A. John-, on as executive of the state of Min nesota, created something of a Ben action at tho third conference ot the etato executives when ho brought keforo th...

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. — 25 January 1910

ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JAN, 25, 1910 No. .7 PRICE TWO CENTS iS PRICES REAM HIGHEST POINT Commercial Agency Mi Records Broken Concessional Committee Will investigate Conditions In District Of Columbia And Expects Results That Will Enlighten Whole ' Country-Secretary Wiison To Prove That Farmer Is Not Greatest Gainer-Says Retailers Biggest Booster Now York, Jan. 24. Plgurca havo $ecn compiled by Brodstreets cover ing a record of prices on 96 com modities that enter Into dally and di rect consumption of ttao people, and the result chows that the cost of llv fas ban now reached an absolutely fetch record, exceeding even that of March 1, 1907, when prices went soar ing In anticipation of the panic which came in tho fall of that year. Tho figures of December last were below the provlous high record of 1'J07, but tho continuous skyward movement of prices In tho last month of 1000 had tstabllshed a uuw high water mark hy Jan. 1. Tho figures compiled by Brad ntrceta aro kn...

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. — 25 January 1910

"Mud ...i.jiii mi mum 111,11 in ii.ii i nil i ii i i' r ' mi m ..J iiimiinWWWSKWIWlWItHli fnm.imm:tim.V. mw "" p. ( . . ,., ,., U"" TPAG3!W1 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, January 25, !! II III HI I M MMKrtl UWW MMHH H It : f 1. j if ; BACK . Io The Land Is Now The Slogan i ... i Conditions ' Mncli Different Than Formerl Washington, D. C, Jan. j 21. The Croat dovolopmcnt now going on alt over thQ West, oponing u,p to settle ment oxtcnslvo nroaa of fortllo land toy tho construction of largo Irriga tion dystonia, ta slowly' swinging tho pendulum of population from tho olty (b tho farm. Art Interesting feature of this shifting of popula tion, and ono of profound economic Importhnco to tho country, Is the largo numbor of city-bred, people who arc necking homes In tho open country. This Is accounted for In aomo degreo by tho facttltat country life In tho West has grown tnoro and more attractive as population ln rcas'8. Tho farms nro small, agri culture Is extonslvc, communities arc compa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 January 1910

-w (T 'N Tacsday, January 2B, 1010 THE DEMOCiJiAllO BANNER Jf ACIM 0THRR9 J? V 'J BANQUET Given By Adelpliian Bible Class A Pleasant Event And Attended By NearlylTliree Hundred Members An Interesting Program Of Addresses Given And MusicRendered Through out The Evening The Trott Banner Be Presented Sunday Tho banquet given by tho Adol phlan Bible class of tho Vino snoot Church of Christ was hold In tho K. of P. armory Friday evening. The banquet was a grand succoss tho rc- eult of hard work on tho part of the class during tho past sovoral months. Tho Aaelphlan Blblo class started eeveral years ago with four members, Including tho minister. These four by dint of hard work wero ablo to gathor moro young men until tho class numbored forty. This was very encouraging and as Nolsonvillo, 0., was leading the rest of tho state with tho largest class, a contest was be gun betwon the Mt. Vernon class and tho Nolsonvillo class; Tho contest ended last Sabbath day with Nolson villo In the lead by...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 January 1910

"'iw'rWriftifWW VJlStitWi'MW't MWwfW'i li iiiiii!iiiiiiyii)ifijiiWiri(iiii"t'liir'ilw'tMi'iniiifHMiriii)iMriin-Tcr"iiTr-Tr'inrrnrir ff.i;iBM KlMIIUMliaiiMMtnmili,, -,-..:. 'Miii'fJ..' '-jJJM. lWlflWMlMlll'l','''l'''''l''''' '"'" '"'I'Wffft'i wFtf r' PAGE FOUIt THE DEM00RATIO BANNER Tncfttlay', Jarinnry 25, 1019 I" w ik S ti !S 8 -r--fw " (Hi 'VhetBanncr. FRANK HARPER, Editor ozrtLl-"V7"ool3Lly Subscription Ilato $1.S0 per ypn 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Alt Vernon, O., post ofrico ns second oltss mall matter. IIAHMON'8 WAY Does any otjo eupposo that If Hnr mon had not boon elected governor that a buIi to rccovor tho graft of $141,000 by a former stato treasur er would hao boon brought? It was through tho action of Gov. Harmon In securing tho Information and turning It over to tho attorney gon oral, accompanied by a public state ment of the facts, that caused tho suit to bo brought. Not only will tho Btnto of Ohio thus recover a largo sum of money, but tho sta...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 January 1910

i-r -Vrr-"- W- -ry rnu" J 11 V-iv "i-jj V flQuculfty, January 25, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER rAcus Ftvm j?y v v lK RWATION Of Rev. Elwcll 0. Mead Formally Accepted Sunday By The Members Of The Congregational Church And Committee Named To Recommend Successor Committee Is Also Appointed On Resolutions Of Respect To The Pastor , Who Leaves On May 1 At a business meeting of the mem bers of tho Congregational churcb at the conclusion of tho services Sun day morning tho resignation of tho pastor, tho Kev. Elwcll O. Mead, was formally accopted by a voto of the members of tho congregation and Hoy. Mr. Mead announced to the congregation that his resignation would' bb effective May 1. Tho meeting on Sunday was call d to order by Clerk Howard Tarr and upon motion Mr. Frank L. Falr- REV. ELWEMj o. mead Whoso Resignation Was Formally Accepted by Members of tho Church Sunday. child was elected moderator. Pray er was then offered. ' Mr. Falrchlld stated tho purposo of tho meeting and asked tho mem...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 January 1910

hflumnnnuimin "1 K--wVWfp -, -, v fwSWrrsaTr rwvHr w ''Wplf' . , jm DEMObEATldUmTEE L TAQH SIX Tucidny, January Kf, 1010 it - - 1 - V f J- rt- - f " Vf MAtv.Krc, wwippwMiiiwppwtWMPWupiiujuuMPftwiii 1 1' it ft I i & rJl " '.. '. Qi Qoo PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. Q-i-I-HH-ii i. . .-Ooo Sunday, Jan. W.-Nuitierlcnlly Hap tlalM, AdvcnilslH and DlHilples repie 1 sent inure I linn one-thlid of tho I'rot cstunis of the United Htitle.s. Wlmt they must yield fur Church federation is therefore un Important question. All three of the.se Hysti'iiiH are built ripon the CnUKrepttluiial pint form, which rccognlsa-d aa Scriptural the In Oepi'udencL' of each coiigioKUtion un to ilH own creed In all matters of faith ntul Church older. Them bodies of Chrtxtlaiiri. therefore, could not Join the I'eder.itlon as denominations. The only method by which they could give ndhereiice would be either by nban dunlin: tli'lr principles of Independence for which (hey have...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 January 1910

R ; -rvr r 7711 . a--.-, Tuesday, January 28, 1010 ForTbe- Collection O'f 'Decem ber Taxes - Wi Close At The, Treasurer's Of f ice Thursday t. Other Items. From. ' the Temple Of Justice The hooks ot tho county treasur or'a ofllco for tho collection of tho December taxes closed at. I .o'clock Thursday afternoon. A Httlo oyer $9,000, was takon In at tho' ofllco during, the day. Tho Wright Will: Tho last will and testament of Mary M, Wright, lato of Mllford township, has been filed In probate. By tho terms of tho will sho gives to her husband, W. V. Wright tho sum of $1,600 during his natural llfo and at his. death to bo divided between' nor two cnuciron, cnaries ii. wrignt and Lota C. Wright, share and share alike. Tho testatrix gives to her two hlldren, Charles L. and Lola C. Wright eighty six and a. fraction acres of land In Jlllford township to ,bo divided as follows: To tho son Gharloa L. Wright tho fifty acres ly ing on tho south side of the Syca more road, except, seven aores 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. — 25 January 1910

VffffiTTi.. niitn i i.' '' '" '""'.'?"f "!3F' ' rafimjffm-' r-Mimtmm mww wwwriy tyymnff i'p-'wtyffH ,n, - THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday January 25, 1010 YAOK RIGHT i a iii v . I SHORT LOCALS r , Butter 30e, eggs 34c. Bharp'a for cut Dowers, 8 N. Main. ' Mr. Edward Bunn of Chicago, HI., fa Bpendlng several days with his family on East High street. Clough tor Bowing machines. tf Mrs. J. P. Coning of Liberty chap el la spending a fow days with rela tives and friends In Mt. Vernon. Gem LauLdry, 7 N. Main St. tf Mr. EdBon Drccco spent Sunday the guest of friends near Frederick fcown. Squaro Deal bread made with milk dt Armstrong's grocery. 'tf Mr. James Tcmplo of Greersvlllo Bpent Saturday In Mt. Vernon trans Acting somo business matters. Come! Comol Attend the admin tetrator sale for bargains at Back's Inrntturo store, West Gambler St It Miss Amy Welkcr of Mt. Vernon Bpent Sunday In Gambler, tho guest f Miss Sarah Sapp. Mr. William Hunter and family of Oamblcr spent Sundny In Klllbuck t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 28 January 1910

""-yrtT " TP ' ww ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FEIDAY, JAN. 28, 1910 No. 8 PRICE TWO CENTS HENRY S. GRAVER, SUCCESSOR OP PIN CHOT AS CHIEF FORESTER. M-wr tyiyt T Iteitijtfjttr&iijg w&tt SB-iiBiBEB " FLOOD SWEEPS Porlslans Flee In Panic Before Of Waters Snow Follows Rain And Seine Continues To Rise Willi Worst Features Of Flood Yet To Come Cemeteries Inundated And City Unable To Bury Its Dead-Sewers Burst And Capital Is Like City Built Over Lake -Business Almost A! Standstill ' Paris, Jan. 27. TMb morning, un tier pressure of the flood, tho retain ing walls of tbo railway station on tho Qual d'Orsay gave way. Immedi ately a tumultuous flood swept over tho entire Quarter, causing a panic Among the residents. Tho water roso In the streets with frightful rapidity. It was nccessnry to got boats in a tmrry to begin the work of rescue of those living near the rlvor. Half-clad, tho inhabitants of the houses flocked to tho windows shouting for help. Tho Ruo Lily and tho Hue Poiti...

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. — 28 January 1910

issssm lyiBEZ-. ZIIL-MiULL.rn. r, . J .. - - iii in . I .&mm mm "'""" 'J.1. L '. . "T" "'''. i juii MiilfciMMtii'i tiaJilinhi tlilaiitllM innillllMIYtnitTTtift1Trfftt1'Tln'1tffrlPfc yfst&ra? ,AGKTWO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER Friday, Jnnunry 28, iOl j.iK'imiMniuiiJi'i-ni-"JaMauu i mnvnnnnrnnnnnn "1 ri S It ? ARREST 'CHames L. Tliompson For Non-Support James Li. Thompson, residing &boui two miles south ot Homer In lilcklus county, was arrested Tues day afternoon by Constable Milton Slmpklns on n warrant sworn out fccforo 'Squlro Hartcr, by Thompson's former wife, charging htm with wil fully deserting his two sons, both (minors, and falling to provide for them, food, shelter and clothing. Tlio hlldren, aged eleven and fourteen years respectively, aro nllbged 'to feavo boon deserted on March 20, 11904. The warrant was sworn out toy Mrs. Ida M. Wood, tho mothor of ftho children. Tho hearing Is sot tor one o'clock, Friday aftornoon, bo toro 'Squlro Hartor. $ 2 l ! 2 ! I I i i J J ...

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. — 28 January 1910

-yjfi" ' frldajr, January 28, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER vxan BKmx rrvyptrr f 5jwwv'?"ff wVT'Tyv'awT(pir -- vwtw itfyvgrsm"r''&,mrrTir t- S Of Pay The Census Enumera tors Will Receive Classification Of Compensa tion Established By Census Director Durand Of Washington, D, C. ... i Article Shows What You Will Receive Each Day If You Wish To Be A Census Enumerator Washington, D. C, Jan. 2G. Tho varying wago scales In different parts of tho country nnd cho differences In tho nature- and extent of tho local difficulties confrpnting tho enumera tors In tho larger geographical di visions of the United States have in fluenced and guided United States Census Director Durand in tho adop tion of a classification of enumera tors' wages of compensation, within tho limits prescribed by tho United States census law enacted by con gress. Tho different classes of rates will bo so applied that In general tlfo average enumerator will earn sub stantially tho same actual amount in one district as In...

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. — 28 January 1910

--W TT i"T" SXMy$xt9m6mnnii"'9t,utmmm'tm'm "?w '". " - ' ""I "JWJfr " " i tijpyy, ,,i ,t ,., m nmyji i,i,,,,i .,ir,n i ny( nnnyiw WH'yyw'tr fiy- iag poun THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER Frmtt JtMHJuy m, 191V ft 1 I. Ml Ft ,1 i H J it .1 She aimer, FRANK HARPER, Editor oraJL-"VST olxJ.y BubBcrlptlon Rate ll.CO por yea 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0 post Dfllco as second class mall matter. MAKES BID FOR ALASKAN LANDS Westerner Would Lease Goal Tracts on Royalty Plan, NEW FACTOR IN CONTROVERSY John E. Ballalne Tells Senate Com mittee on Territories That His Proposition WMl Net Government as Hlfjh as $?,000,0GO on 1CO Acres 03 Arjalnst $10 an Acre au Proposed In Bill Prepared by Balllngcr, Hints at Peworful Lobby. Washington, Jan. 2G. On tho ovo of tho Unulngcr-Plnchot Inquiry n now and somewhat Boiisittlonal factor appcurcd suddonly to add IntonBlty to tho already sufllclontly oxcltod sit uation over tho AIiibIui coal lands John T. Uailalno of' Soattlo, said to ...

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