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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 8 February 1910

.n,.,, in , i WMlimww ,uMMK'l1 I'M., ii qyM . . t-.ht tt. MJiitt3MiiiHllWWWW,rtfC-. 1 ' ' Va' tT1' " I a- , & n ;y Li "i ( ! u J '1PAGK TWO juJULiBiJLiinsir ML VERNOM i Defendants In A Law Suit In Kicliland County file An Answer And Cross Petition (Mansfield News) An answer and cross petition has lien filed In common pleas court In Ihe caso of the Frcdericktown OH & Cas company vs. Prank O. Loverlng. 3. D. Walght and Charles Rusk. Tho defendants nllogo that after Staking the contract tho plaintiff in compliance therewith procured and set n meter and connected their lines leading from the wells through the motor to tho lines of tho defendant and commenced tho delivery of gas Xrom tho wells In pursuance of the routract to these defendants. 'Die- ftelcndnntB say that they havo compiled with all the terms and con ditions in tho contract, hut thnt tin plaintiff has not performed tho terme and conditions of ilic contract to b jporformed by It, hut lolatcd tho terms of conditions a...

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. — 8 February 1910

HW,' ' uwrw wi. ' i'iwww--"" h.t'11' "t .'.7TTTT i I J Tiicmlnjr, Fclirimry H, 1010 IftJtb i Till! Plan (It A .linn ill Or- ijiliiiZiitluii in Now iuih Do Itaiicis lit .it.. .Ii.wisii uociotius I., iluii oil) No Morn I mi Minus In ilm Shoe Stores Begging (In Hie Stru Hts k ems in tie Prutiinble Other Stray Tuples From Old New York Now York, Fob. G. The Jewish charity organizations of Now York havo shown considerables indepen dence by declining a bequest of one million dollars mado dependent upon tho condition that they should form nc largo central organization con trolling and managing tho collection And distribution of charity funds for he various Jow'sh charitable insti tutions. nopresentatles of the six principal organizations met and, af ter careful and serious consideration of plan submitted to them, rejected the name, thus giving up their claim to the, million dollars which the late Louis A. Iielnnhoimer 'willed to a federation of the six largest Jewish organizations, provided...

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. — 8 February 1910

"Wli'W flElrs '!,- JV JV '''MT")"fT ji.i.wftii'itnwmwwniii' Tf-' - jjapalwl ww tti tTTtommi wwfiM tAGE FOOT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tttcgdnjr, February 8. ini f? I FRANK HARPER, Editor Sorai-XVoolsly BubBcrlption Rnto J1.G0 por ycu 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tlio Mt. Vornon, O., post offlco as second class mall matter. WOJtKING TOGKTIIICU Washington reports stato that Tnft's personal frlond, a Tonncssoo lawyor, will defond Halllncor ho foro the investigating committee. Isn't that nice! While Tnft'B per sonal friend takes caro of Dalllngoi beforo the committee Tuft hlmsolf takes enro of lialllnger In tho cab lnet. Thus nil things work together for good to thoso who Btaud by tho ad ministration, Alili li'UK.SKI) UP Even Honlck Dunlap, stato dairy and food commissioner, got In bad on tho high cost of living probe. lie Htnrted In to jiursuado tho legisla ture to defeat an appropriation for carrying on tho Investigation. lie hns been npokon of ns an avnll- ablo man for...

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. — 8 February 1910

f-F-'.i'mfmj, , "I1TM- Tuesday, iFcbraarjr 8, li THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER "iiyy w s 1 4 I7 PASTORAL i i i On The Coming Lenten Sea son By Bishop Leonard Read At St. Haul's Episcopal Church Sunday Morning Lent Is A Season Of Spiritual Reorganization And Regenerative Work For Members Of The Church Avoid Ail riaces Of Amuse ment Says The Bishop At St. Paul's Eplscopnl church Sunday morning the following pas toral on tho coming Lenten season by tho Rov. William Andrew Leon ard, bishop of Ohio, was read by tho Rev. William E. Hull: With tho coming of Lent a sol emn obligation rests upon every cler gyman and every lay person, to re consecrate life and service to tho Divine Lord. Wo are dally reminded ot tho need of an examination o! our endeavors, and tho character of oar resolutions so that wo may ascer tain whoreln wo havo erred; what mistakes wo havo made; of what olns wo have been guilty. Lent "is a season of spiritual re organization. Our Baptismal direc tion Is that we "should follow 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. — 8 February 1910

Hiiwiwni trm mJ).Hhi.iih .! -mm" BIWW(Wllp' iiwtfwiif jinfifiiiwwwimt 1 - iifiirtiii. j V r VAB 8 IX Tuesday, Fibrnnry 8, 1011 T-TO iui i I.' r b K" ! iW 1 1 f u 1 4....M-M''mtM Qfl O PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Fcslor Brooklyn Tabcuiacie. i. ---) ......Ooo Brooklyn Pel). 0. Tup fourth nnd flnnl meeting Tor Hit" consideration of dwtrlmil surrenders necessary to Church IVderatlon wns held todny. HrooUljn'H largest niidltorlum, the Academy of Mimic, lining crowded. I'nstor C. T. IIuskpII, of (lie Brooklyn Tabernacle, delivered the mldrcis ns follows: Ilavlni; viewed durlnj; the past ll(ici Buihhi.is what the leading denomina tions would need to Rncrlflce In the In terest of federation, we tome today tu the finnl dlscuislon of tlila scrlc.i Tin Church Militant nnd Triumphant and her Interest In the PederaUnn uioj'e tucnt. Let 113 endeavor to take so broti d a view of UiIm subject that there will be no room for disagreement on the part of true Christians of tiny dcuoinl natio...

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. — 8 February 1910

y u L Tuesday, February H, 1010 TKE . ! HO BANNER VioK HnvKtr :msjionmjujii, y MANDAMUS Suit Filed In Circuit Court l)y Fowler & Wilson Against City Auditor Stephen J. Dorgan Alleging Ofiiciai Refused To Issue Warrant For Money Due Contractors On Street Paving Oilier Items Of Interest From Court House A mandamus suit has been filed in the circuit court of Knox county, the stylo of which is Ohio ex rol. Charles E. Wilson and Samuel Fow ler against Stephen J. Dorgan, audi tor of the city of Mt. Vernon. The relators state that they had the con tract for the paving of North San dusky street, Mt. Vernon, and com pleted the work on Novfl 11, 1008, The relators state that the work was completed, accepted and approved by the board of public service, but that the retainer held by the city has nev er been paid over to tho relators, ttch retainer amounting to $1,557. OC. Tho relators further stato that the board of public sorvlco of the lty of Mt. Vernon ordered ihat tno city auditor Issue...

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. — 8 February 1910

'rtcvi , v-i - - "J 'T,$ jrVi,4t-s-snrav" f .rriiintnniny t f y "'t, ytc'-Bawyir - r -yiirv V HMHJiBBETBiBJmiiJMMiiijjiikJj'1-''.! lLlTmmmBSrTrmrTvr . :Z"hzSSSsassSSLiiLi 7 ihHjMi ' im iiiiiiiiimi npwiif 'I'I'iMWI' IC fT-"-ir "" """ ,-v"r'!",in" ""Tt'',Ti,'g TAGK KTGITT THH DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, February 8, 1010 II .I '1 - i fiiiLiirfihJiyiaiiiitwirMniiT'ii 11 I I a B m Ui v K? & W. f r it lftPT QUEST8CNS FOR TEACHER 'ApplicantsforCouniyCertiiicates Asked to Answer Them. EXAMINATION HELD FEB, 5, 10 Vepared By the State School Com missioner to Test the Mental Qual ifications of Those Who Seek Posi tions as Teachers In the Publlo Schools. Following 1b tlio Hat of questions rb prepurcd under direction of tho stiUo commissioner of public schools, and submitted nt tho county examina tion for teachers, Fob. C, for ele mentary school certificates: THEORY AND PRACTICE. ;AppHcant 'olcct any eight questions.) 1. In tho teaching of geograpny, "Memory Is relief upon; thougnt Is not dev...

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. — 11 February 1910

W& H i WtmwxtAit xmxtx m i ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910 No. 12 PRICE TWO CENTS 80te il up 01 T NOW Seeks lo Enlarge Scope Of Stole Railway Commission Represents Views Of Freight Shippers-Chairman William Of Food Probe Committee Forecasts Report As Flea For Exodus From Cities To Farming Communities And Greater Activity On Part Of Grand Juries, Dean Bill Almost Ready Columbus, O., Feb. 10.-Tho rival SnoaBuro to tho Woods public utilities 1)111 mado Its appearance !n tbo fcouso when Representative Ervln of (Meigs county Introduced a bill lo cnlargo tho scopo and powers of the stato railroad commission which kho Woods utilities bill abolishes. Tho Ervln bill Is the bill of tho freight shippers, who are earnestly against the merging of tho railroad commission into the more compro &enslvo utilities commission. Tho ehlppcrs have brought sufficient pres suro to bear to Induce Chairman Crawford of tho houso railroad com mittee to agree to let them havo a...

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. — 11 February 1910

PSHMMlimnMHMIMICHHMHHIHilU WlVflV V4lrfflr iWiWWiawil I ill mm i i -.....---. - -. . -. , "?,"r' 7. : wa'G"'1 f MMiMwiiiy, -JBwJ -STn wmMWMiraniM '- sw - vh THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 11, J Did 'M-FMrEJllllwwWJtf 'tJUl.llLIJIUMUHlJUMWMllllBBBrMBIglIgaEnCMW m 1'"iiiiii 1 .iimrrr-ffiwn'l 'nrt Mm"?""11 TwfulIMI1 "- i1-.'.".!. v - - ; . ..... .j?-, .yijsir?f'...,:. , ,. j,lf.. ... .. ' mi MwiMiiiiMiiiiauii ' ' ' ' ' -'"' ijm'.. - "--' ' - n ii r .iil.ii j j u u ui. ti.ui j 1, YAGB TWO TRIPLE HE AND Occurs In Village Tuesday Lyman Boulton Stabs His Wife Willi Butcher And Moots Man Then Sends A Terrible rime His Village Sunbury, 0., Feb. 8 What will probably result in a triple murder and a suicide occurred in this village shortly afternoon today when Lyman Boulton, aged 34 years, stabbed his wife with a butcher knife so that she cannot re cover and then turned a revolver on his father-in-law and mother-in-law,t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larimore, and shot and killed them both. Boult...

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. — 11 February 1910

yw.f -ht- t7,'v "TW r " 'Tw jV.ftfT'- - rt"-f1 - O ' riyywijr- - - W ft O Friday, February ilf 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAOK THK1M - rjftipy$"vi VV-? I II rt SOUTHLAND Safely Readied By Mr. B. S. Hull Of This City Write From Jacksonville, Fla. Of His Trip To The Climate Of Sunshine And Flowers Tomatoes Now Beino Shipped From Miami And The Ladies Are Wearing Summer Dresses Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 5.' Editor Banner: Dlxlo Land, tho sunny bouUi! I reached this city after some' delay, having to stop at Ashville and Co lumbia each for several hours. The sunsulno was hero to groet mo, but 'tho air was rather cool and I found that my sweater camo in good play. .It has warmed up, however, a'nd this is a fine day. Tho ladles are out lij their spring costumes and low shoes are in evidence on every hand. Tan shoes aro much worn hero and nnkls-strnp pumps aro very popular. Jacksonville certainly has a bright future. Great improvements are o tlceablo on every hand since my visit ono year ago....

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. — 11 February 1910

.ayr" ' &w v.?lWitiIlinfciiin rw MaHMMtfMUMMMbt WfTW ' XW- "" Jf ""' i mil rviGJC FOUIB THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 11. 1M& ' Tg ?'&'''''' t?t?i&i'wi y'TffryjFT r ntyrn'j -;t . m ". f p nr w-t 'rrfTyrwaT.v y . . Tif" fe ' ' m y. IV r; Vhe3Smmir FRANK HARPER, Editor oixx-"177'lxJLy Subscription Rate J1.G0 per yon 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tho ML Vornon, 0., pobI ofllco as second class mall matter. WAKING UP TUB SLKBPKRS So far flvo "sleepers" liavo been found In tho Woods public utilities bill, which President Tnft told tho Ohio leglslnturo through Speaker Mooney, muse bo passed this session and which tho Ropubllcan leaders In conttol of tho lcglslativo majority have deBlguatod "a Ropubllcan meas ure" so na (o innko tho party lash moro efTectlvo. Tho.llrst "Blooper" Is an old-lash lonod political rlppcr to rip tho pres ent statu railroad commission out oi ofllco and put another commission just llko It In Its place, Instead ol Increasin...

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. — 11 February 1910

"?i j?rfP'V" "" " "WJF?- ti-T'yrrifr!Ktr'-tW!Hl'iiiK1 '-'' w;vfT tSW'' Vflptw . Prlday, February 11, iblO THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER ratm rmt "V : BANQUET Given By Tribe Of Ben Hur A Most Pleasant Event And Attended By Many Mem bers Of The Order ileld In Tin; K. Of C. Fail On Wednesday Evening A Toast In" Hyme Given By Mrs. Thomas Weir Was Very Much Enjoyed By All Present Bros Court, No. 5, Trlbo of Don Hur, bold .ts nnnual banquet In tho IC. of 0. hall Wednesday evening. Tho affair surpassed In many ways, tho banquets Elvon In previous years. Ab, it ono hundred and soventy-flvo woro present to enjoy tho evening and to take part In tho program, part of which was bo gun beforo supper, in order that It could bo finished afterward at a rea sonably early hour. Tho hall and tables wero beautifully decorated In yellow and whito streamers and a number of pretty palms. The local members of tho trlbo woro somewhat disappointed by tho fact that they wero unable to have , present some of tho stato ...

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 February 1910

M rSwro ESSSSm HMWUMUdHMMMMaMtM "vMen - - -( m T-vw-jy i JWU"!',''T.WriWB TTT ' ' vaoh six THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February li JD1S f. iiiiiHumh 1'fffimjiHMi MWntPMWTXlTIWJL3CT I. 11 ffi p 14 Ff ?f GRAND JURY Of TIig February Term Charged By The Court And Commenced Delibera tions On Tuesday Two- Jurors Excused By Judge Wickliam Several Cases Disposed Of On Tuesday Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Tho grand Jury of the Fobruary term of common plena court wns charged by Judge Wlckham on Tues day morning at 9 o'clock find com menced tholr dollboratlon nt onco. Albort Wolfe, who la In Cuba, and John Cnssll, whosa wlfo Is 111, wero exuiiBcd from borvlng on tho grand Jury twd tho panol was Mod by add ing tho names of K. O. Arnold and I. J.ostor Undley. W. II. Boilers wa8 chosen foromnn of tho grand Jury. ccrd and to her daughter, Hattlo M. Himrta, cortaln housohold good. Tito Sun and daughter aro also given ml the property, both real and porouii&l, Minro and Bharo, alike e...

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 February 1910

51 IHP tfrrV'vT " ' ffk t'j'fT"' inr" ?'-' fffsy i - 7"-( w r 'r'-vxn'rip-f'w' r"V tfrldny, Fobmory lit 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAOB MOVKN jAuaw.LWjjjxijjDUue.'.isiisnzsj uifiiiAv.rmi; !.j.'j.JXJL?tiij.uaiiyjtgjit-ig.rf!Wjrgteaiaaiiiwinnrjijmi iipv wpftr m,y(vrrfr", r County Correspondence Items of Personal and General Interest , from Our Corps of Special Correspondents A A J J A J J J J A J J J J: holla ' t ? j j a j j 8. J. Workman and brother, Chas., attended the teachers examination at Mt. Vornon Saturday. A. P. Workman's houso took flro Saturday morning, but through the timely nsslstanco of tlio neighbors the flro was extinguished without any Mrs. D. L. Nyliart Is spending a great amount of loss few days with her daughter near Qrcor. A protracted mooting will begm t the North Dend church on Fob. 17, which will bo conducted by Rev. A. W. Harrold of Columbiana, O. Harry Anwlller has rented the Geo. ninehart farm and will tako possss- ulon April 1. John Nyliart mado a business ...

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 February 1910

...yi.M-,,, i. .1 ,.,, i , Ii,ii,'i, i i;trriT!7TffiTSgBHnTTTrrSrBrT5TT!SWTffTTTWi i '"'I ntrfS "- ,- 'i i i u '. j ''"TW-'" '"""ijrj.W ,wji'8s7''"' ' ""'Wjipwr "J AGMVe8T THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Friday, February 11, 1B10 1 yppppi ' Ifel i! i j' f. r Itfj u ri i I Jl ' GQMPERS LOSE FIGHT ON TRUST Government Will Not Prosecute Steel Combine, IjINY RUMORS SET AT REST Administration Confident That 8u- , premo Court Will Confirm Orders j of Dissolution In 8tandard Oil and j Tobacco Trust Cases, but Depart ment or Justice Will Refrain From j Initiating New Suits Except Against j Packers Until Decision Is Given. Washington, Feb. 10. In splto of tho fact tbat tbcro havo been all (sorts of rumors about prosecution of tbo steel trust, and Samuel Qompcrs, president of tbe American Federation of Labor, bas attempted to mako out a rcaso against that combination before .President Taft and Attorney General IWlckcraham, It was said on good au thority that tbcro will bo no busting ef the steel trust ...

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. — 15 February 1910

' rty jyyr B jjfly WMBprpifr'WT- wx&tt unntt ESTABLISHED 1836 MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15) 1910 No. 13 PRICE TWO CENTS iWAWWWlW''lW!!'!mi!i'' Oh M wJU'A X b PETTY Probers Learn (loans Victimized By Short Evidence Gleaned In Columbus And Cleveland Shows That Average Pound Ot Butter Is Sliy An Ounce And And That Quart Ml Bottles Are Five Drams Short Of Legal Requirements-Peach Baskets And Straw berry Boxes Also Cheat Public Columbus, O., Fob. 14. Drastic measures to prevent abort-weighting Cf Ohloans by market dealers, gro cers, butchers, hucksters and dairy uen, will be presented to the general Assembly by members of the Ohio .tfood probing commission as the re sult of disclosures unearthed by the probers In their examination of local markets, which show that the peoplo of the state aro annually robbed of (10,000,000 by means of short weights and measures. The present practice Of mayors of municipalities appoint ing sealers of weights and measures will bo discontinued, a...

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. — 15 February 1910

rTWI ' "'"'l"J ,-i!i !" i"'M, ! ifnVTM'iiiiwiuiMmtnaVs5ii hR TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER Tuesday, Fibrunry IB, 101 f French si hits mm IBB DEAD. General Chanzy Lost In Mediterranean, ONLY ONE LIFE SAVED Steamer Sinks Cefcre Goats Gould Ge Lowered, TWO AMERICANS 0:1 BOARD Port at Marseilles Is Crowded With Frantic Relatives of , Passengers on III l Fated Vessel. Paris, Fob, 12. Of tho 1G7 soul3 aboard tho steamer General Chanzy tt tho Compngno 0Gonoralo Transnt lantlquo, when alio went down oppo Ito l'ulraa, Island ot Majorca, In tho Mediterranean, only one was rescued. Tho General Chanzy loft Marseilles n Fob. 0, bound for Algiers. It seems that Bho was overtalcon by a strong galo and denso fog. She tried to reach a refugo througn tho channel between the Islands of Majorca nnd Minorca, when alio struck a rock near Cludndela, Minorca, a notoriously dangerous place, where tho Vlllo do Homo was wrecked three years ago. Tho bottom of tho General Chanzy was apparently ripped out, for sho f...

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. — 15 February 1910

' -.-ivi "ffvirfl' urndny, February in, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BAN PAGK TIIURU n-towf (rrr.yfT''" -"Xt- iy K EN Burylars ,mi llm Lulus! lliing In New York , Gather Up Cash And Jp.wijLs Valued At ?2,0Hl) Rector's Old Hostelry Now Hi in H l)f Ho I'hsI New Building Hill Soon lie Erected The Asbestos Trust Has Been to med New York, Fob. 12. Coitaln crimes of it bold mid daring nature hae alwajB been cons.deied man's exclusive prerogative. It was the, genera bcliof that women lacked the courage and biazennes roquired foi such crimes as highway robbery. burglary and acts of a similar na turo. Recent events hao clearly shown, however, that this belief, like so many of the Ideas of the anti-sur fraglsts, rested upon an underestl' matlon of women's ability. It plain. ly reflects credit upon women's as tuteness, that two crafty women suc ceeded in robbing a banker of a largj Bum of money while ho was walking along a much frequented street. The other day two women, in broad day light, entered a f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 February 1910

wjwww ji winwlrfn -mvpr nt tpt Wi,1 JrrVvr7 'TmwJtt"1' ' pfp flflr'v' -Y '" s -? Iff H " Es M' lb , n ' i Ti t H L . I Ik " if ,, 'if H fc II ? fc I Klf'Sfe, T ' ! t lE tmwm ui.iiiniiinnini iim-i am ihmiiihii.i bhi iiwmiw ! mi M' - 1 .... FRANK HARPER, Editor Soaaa.l-VV ools.ly BUbsbrlptlon Rate $1.50 per yi-o 6 MONUMENT SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Entered at tlio lit Vernon, 0.. post f office as second class mall matter. PUOSPKINTY GOES ABOARD Last July a cablegram from Lon don was published In n" Columbus newspaper under tlieso headlines "Amorlcan PrCflporlty Sweeps Across Ocean and Electrifies Europe." The cablegram contained an Interview with Daniel Guggenheim, the copper king, who said to an English repor ter that ho had crossed to Englnnd sixty-odd times during the last forty years and ftddod: "Tho roflcx of Amorlcnn prosperity Is becoming moro evident In England ovory month We felt tho trade and financial prices first; you felt It last. Wo got Im provement first; you got It lat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 February 1910

1"Wf VWVBI'VDt. pfrsiJfiliiiifiuu.H. -, TWw .'-pM'fporrwwr'W" T ", I?''1 Tutfdajr, "February 15, 1010 naMnHnaMamaaaaiaHi THE DBM00BATI0 BANNER rAaK nvn WORK Ancompislicd In Stale Fire Marshal's Office And Some Erroneous Views ' On Part Of Pub ic A Great Reduction In Number Of Fires Of Incendiary Origin Since Establishment Of The Fire Marshal's Office In Ihe Year 1001 would Boom to Justify It. Tho first full year in which tho department oporatod was 1901. In Hint year thero wn 291 ncondlnry fires re ported to ubj In 1902 222; In 1903 190; In 1904 1G8; In 190597; In 1-QOC 134; In 1907 12C; in 1908-2JJ7. Tho statistics for 1909 aro not yet Completed. Theso figures certainly, spcLk for themselves. How great ,kns boon tho repressive ef fects of tho work of this olllco can not, of courso, bo estimated. Ao has been remarked abovo, the running down and prosecution of In cendiaries Is tho only ono ot tno means used to attain tho ends of the department. Tho work of Inspection and education ag...

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