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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 24 February 1911

W v - FnlDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE SEVEN -' k'jfr fr J i J J J J J J j. eaoLe grove ,j. t, f , f !, . Vomlo Simmons was In Mt. Gllcad Friday and Saturday on business. Frank Qrnnt roturncd to his homo week's visit with his mothor who Is qulto 111 with pneumonia. II. A. Dantols, wlfo, and son, Qlonn, woro guostfl of Erwln Oborholtzor and wlfo Sunday, C. G. Swank and wlfoL. M. Bru bailor and wlfo, Bpont Sunday with Mr8. Swank's jrothcr, Tlob Shlra, who is sick with pneumonia. , Otto Bakor of Cloeland was tho guest of W. II. Shipley and family over Sunday. W. II. Fry and J. D. Hall, woro In Mt. Voinon Friday. . A. H. Shlra nnd wlfo of Marlon, 0., spent Satirday and Sundny at homo on account of his father's sick- I1CB3. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Oborholtzer at tended tho fuuornl of his grandmoth er in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. v II. A. Daniels and daughter, Miss Edna, woro In Mt. Vornon Saturday on business. ! ! 4 4" 4" 4 4 4 .. MT. LIBERTY 4. I ! ! I I 4 ! 4 ! 4 1 4 ! ! Danie...

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. — 24 February 1911

ff ) izsci EeESC rJSPBinaiiiviiVilWil Win I f i ww nTPWfAfp" MW (EIGHT I"1 g THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 I I EI t &1, &. l. Kn t t w 1 I I ARTH AND FILL CANAL COT Engineers Are Baffled By Latest Disaster Section 100 Feet Long And From 20 To 160 Feet Wide Slides Down Slope Of Gold Hill, Destroying Derm Ledge, Covering Locomotive, Two Trains Of Fiat cars, A (ioal Train And Four Tracks-Work Of Re moval Begun At Once Colon, Fob. 23. WlthoiyL a mo Snent'a warning, and upsetting all theories and estimates, 600,000 cubic yards of cartli and rock slid into tho pioneer cut, Just opposite tlio town of Culebrn, on Inst Tim red ay. It la ono of tho vorst slides the canal commission engineers lmvo hnd to contend with, and It Is worse than any previous slide from tho fact that -tho others could bo explained, oven 'Were predicted. Tho latest avalanche of dirt changes canal plans materially. It makes it seem necessary that the en tire prism shall ho enlarged sum Clently ...

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 February 1911

rJtpFVtfrrj&'J v.T'trr" l.""I7w v Ttp-TTf.v iyifMiiiFfri)fT rrapyywTtwwity? r, ; ?, VJyWB! Wffil"'TyT,WrtTwt W mjomtfi TO "tV : i ,'i PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, FEB. 28, 1911 No. 17 ESTABLISHED 1836 i 1 'rpt 10 III '" LOGAN "CBln FARMER Head Blown Off By Alleged Corn crib Raider Burr Kerns And Relatives Visit Rome Of Gibson Beers To Demand That Thefts Be Disconlinued-Riot Ensues In Which (iuns Play Prominent Part Infurilat- ed Friends Of Victim Surround House, But Sheriff Arrives And Prevents Lynching Hollcfontaine, O., Feb. 27. Burr Kerns, 38, a wealthy farmer, was killed In a riot on a farm near here. Gibson Beers, 21, who shot him, and John Beers, his father, wfcre rescued by Bherlft Woods from a mob of Kerns' friends as preparations were being made to lynch thorn. The trouble started when Kerns accused Beers of stealing corn from bio crib. Beers says Kerns knocked him down. Then Kerns and three relatives came to the Beers farm to demand that the alleged theft b...

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 February 1911

M rwv THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1911 U, v y iiit I SENATORS HOLD JOLLY SESSION Me Merry During Green Mine Bill Filibuster, . OPPONENTS GIVE UP STRUGGLE "Vote ti Adjourn Until Monday After noon When They Grow Weary ot Attampt to Force Reconsideration f Measure In Order to Bring About Its Defeat Bill In House I Would Prevent Use of Pump Guns an uii'u nuniing rioiuB. Columbus, O., Fob. 25. Sonntor reon of Coshocton has won tbo dls 'Unction of having carried to a sue xasrul Issue ono of the longest 1111 kusters ever conducted In tho Ohio ennto. Opponents of his bill regu lating tho weighing of coal mined In Ohio had their knives out and wero prepared to put. It to sleep for the remainder of tho session If given an pportunlty to reconsider tbo voto by which U was defeated Thursduy Jfclght before Green could muster tho tto vouj necessary to secure Its ftassago, la order to keep tho opposition from getting a chance to kill tho bill, .Senator Stockwcll of Clovoland raised ...

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 February 1911

ir TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1011 FREAKISH Designs In Fashions . par In New York Ui) Some Even Of Must Appctll ing Uyliwiss But Most Ofl lien In'iiencii Fashion Papeis liie New Dimities Unserve Special Mention For They Are Prcttiur llian Ever Before (By Florence Fairbanks) Now York, Fob. 25 During the past fow'scusuns inshlon hns broujint many odd and freakish tl lngs, some cvon of appalling ugllnost, but the.e cari cature!) were to be found nltnust ex clusively In French Inshlon papers and In the display windows of certain chops catering to women oagor for notoriety. Women or tasto and re finement kept aloor fiom tlie moat ex tremo styles and In really good Society freakish and outre styles, are every whore tabooed. Aside ftoui the.e ox tronio vagarle3, present models offer many picturesque and "charming ele ments, i The fashionable figure Is more sup ple than It once was. That is some thing to be truly thankful lor. The atout woman, stiffly boarded up In straight front oortets, wh'ch ...

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 February 1911

gr.-m...j, !'.!" ) SX52SES2FZZ tmpi - WU.H-M, f1iWw i . . "fy "-y.rvv "rr- -""""'WH1 BlyWi"WWJJiWIPMWWIBBP(Wi(n( mT ill iT i ni nnWMwiMwiuftitMW'WwW tASE fOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 2fl, 101 VS. :. M h ( 1 ? i R r f MOUNT VERNON. OHIO n i i , i.i FRANK HARPER, Editor Sotal-Teoo l. 1 v 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.60 por year. Entored at tho Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second class mall matter. By The Oberlin Basket liall Team Was Kenyon Oberlln, Feb. 27 Oberlln defeated Kenyon In Warner Gymnasium Satur day evening by a acoro of SI to 15. Kenyon players wero unablo to follow tbo paco set by tho faBt Oberlln five. -Captain Nichols' mon .excelled In speed and team work. , -. .J. X3ARD OF THANK8 Wo wish to (bank (.lip nolghboie and friends for their kindness during tbo Illness and at tho tlmo of tbo dotuh of our fatiior, Francis l Cochran, also tho operators of tho Independent Tel ephone Co. for their prompt and Kind ly sorvJco. Mrs. W. P. Babbs, J. B. Cocb...

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. — 28 February 1911

Tm"'X!$if"' vdp5WP ""-- raw - -rr 't-' WffWm -vy TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER page rrw m"j i n?reffevymrvwiK- ARREST 01 Stephen Lafever For Driving Away A Horse The Property Of Ceo, McDcr moli, North Of The City Lafever Gets $25 And Costs And Is Sentenced To The Workhouse By Mayor Chas A. Mitchell lafever's Brother Is Arrest ed For intoxication Stephen and Theodore Lafever wore arrested Saturday night by Chief of Police L. J. Dermody and Lieutenant Robort McElroy, the former on tho serious charge of taking and using a horso without leave of its owner, who was Gcoige McJJorniott. of Monroe township, tho latter for intoxication. On Saturday evening, Mr. McDer mott drovo to Mt. Vernon and hitched his hoi so to the curb stono In front of tho Dover drug store on tho west side of the public squaro and then left It to attend to a number of bus iness matters on Main street. He re turned to secure his horse and bug gy a short time after eleven o'clock but found that both ...

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. — 28 February 1911

a i' aaiWii. "xxt ' S5iiW -i, iiiU))MiWllWj,iwwej:)Milwy'J.i'wtV,yti!,'n wirnr firm' "SgifaT GE fclK, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911 '. Ify-JS, If '. MY JESUS REFUSED TO PRAY ELECTION AND NON-EIKTION VIEWED FROM A NEW STANDPOINT . Pastor Russell on God's Times and Seasons Fall Rtrcr, Mass., Feb. 20. -Punter RUHsqll preuched twice hero today. IIo had line audi ences nnd excellent attention. VVcquoto one of his Instruc tivedlscoursesfrom iJie text. " prau not for the world, but for thote tchom Thou hast glim me" (John xrll. 0). He wild; When, years ago. I bcllercd that nn eternity of torture uwultcd nil who do not accept God's "call" of the present time. I hud grcnt difficulty with this text. I asUcil, Is It possible that our Redeemer was helcetlvcly unjust tu his -dealings with our race? Can It be true that the lloavcnly Father merely calls and draws a predestinated few to himself nnd to everlasting bliss? Can it be true, ns our catechisms re cite, thnt God nnd Jesu...

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. — 28 February 1911

rl w,fif, rjf -. v-, f, i5r-TT, p-,. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC, BAKKZR PA8E 8EVIM ( y-)f DIVORCE Suit Filed By Edith Bartlcit In Common Pleas Against Howard Bartlett Mak ing Several Allegations -Slie Also AsHs For Alimony And Custody Of Child Several Notes Of Interest From Probate Court Other Items From The Temple Of Justice Edith Helen Bartlett has commenc ed a sull for divorco In the court ot common pleas against Howard Bart lett. The plaintiff states that they wero married in Mt. Vernon Febru ary 25, 1009, and that ono child was born to them. The plaintiff charges the defendant with oxtremo cruelty, gross neglect .uid non-support. The allegation Is mado that the defendant was serving time In the Ohio Stato Reformatory at Mansfield and was released from tho Institution to marry the plaintiff. The plaintiff states that on Juno 3, 1010, tho defendant kicked and abused her and In other ways has mistreated her. She asks for divorce, tho custody of tho child and alimony...

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. — 28 February 1911

jZS&Jm KIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1911 W ' iffi 'Mu 11 Free Free There is a piano in L. 0. Ponn's window showing all..w ,t parts of it in plain view, and . with every twenty-five cent purchase you are entitled to a guess on the number of piec es that are in the piano. .' To the person who guess es correctly, or closest, I will givo a $300 certificate on pur chase price of any new piano that I have. To the person guessing second nearest I will give $50 certificate on purchase price of any now piano in my store. To the third person guess ing nearest I will givo a $25 certificate on purchase price of any new piano in my store. This contest will be open un til March 15th to all that make a purchase of 25c at our store. No employe of mine will be allowed to vote. L C. PENN 14 S. Main St. SgL Kfc 4PM SHORT LOCALS N. ut. Eggs 18c, butter 24c. For cnlks use HiiufonrH llalsnm. Mr. L. W. Wllflon or Syracuse, !Y spent Mondny In Mt. Vernon tending lo some business mut...

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. — 3 March 1911

i"P wwp d h tmmtmw sinner J tlr PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 No. 18 ESTABLISHED 183 Mu U i f ?. v- . U LQRIMER By 1 linois Senator Given Clear Title lo His Seat Generally Conceded That Members Of Legislature Were liribed, But Evidence Did Not Personally Connect Chicago Politician With Praclices if Additional Facts Are Brought To Light, Enemies Will Renew Fight At Next Session Washington, March 2. Following the most acrimonious and extended contest of Us kind in tho history of the country, tho senate, by a vote or 46 to 40, declared Senator William Lorlmcr of Illinois Innocent of tho bribery charges preferred against blm and refused to declare his scat vacant. Senator Lorimer was saved by the votes of men who will retire from the senate on March 4. Nearly every one of the lame ducks voted for him. Hero Is the list of the retiring sen- titers who voted in favor of Lorimer: tJulkley-ot Connecticut, Burrows of Michigan, Carter of Montana, Depew of New York, Dick...

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. — 3 March 1911

'l 'H rwc THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FniDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 X SI" i- 4 ! 4 ! 4 J, FREDERICKTOWN Mr. P. B, Levering assisted In spo 'M lodgo work of tho P. & A. M. at 1KL Vornon one ovonlng last week. Mre. A. M. Torry, who has hoon at ko Mt. Vornon hospital aovoral wooks $&at and undorwent an operation rkllo thero, Is considerably Improved fefed Is expected homo next week. Mr. Llslo Torry of Mansfield, visit a with his father In Prcdorlcktown ror Sunday last. MlflB Carrlo Harris, of Sovlllo, Ohio, -vlBlted at tho homo of her cousin, Mr. I". A. Day, from Thursday of last "week until Monday morning. Miss Hormie Itoynolds and Miss Nol lo Dakor wont to Chicago on Wednes day of last week to attend tho cement exposition thero and visit with frlonds. Mr. A. S. Gregg of Lorain, Ohio, vIb Ited tils mother Mrs. Abblo Orcggs, a couple of days tho past week. Tho annual banquet of tho Pythian Sisters will bo held at Castle Hall on Friday ovcnlng of this week. Mr. Charles Brown moved the past Tr...

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. — 3 March 1911

HIHKISRIfflffTR """'"l' rrm.T; firvvAiii!uiijj "WJ'WT mijw wv l FRIDAY, MAflCH 3, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THUS w v V V k VERDICI For Flainliff In Hie Case Of King Vs King Relumed By Jury On Tues day Afternoon Case Of Sctinebly Vs Mopes Next Taken Up An Affidavit In Lunacy Filed in Probate And Patient Conveyed To Stole Hospital In tho caso of King vs. King In tho court oT common picas, the jury re turned a verdict for tho plaintiff Tues day afternoon In tho sum of $95.88. The case waa taken up In the court of common pleas Wednesday was that of. Schnobly, treasurer, vs. Mapes. Tho next case to bo taken up will bo that of Balcom vs. Harris. A Lunacy Case An affidavit In lunacy was filed in probate court Tuesday by S. Zcnt against Minnie Howard of Frederick town. The unfortunato woman Is 48 years of age, unmarried. The medical certificate was furnished by Dr. Eley and Dr. Eastman of Frederlcktowu and tho Inquest was conducted by Pro bateJudgeDerry at tho homeTuesday afternoon. T...

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. — 3 March 1911

tPfp WPyN '' ' 'r "WfflPI1-1 ' ' i,wti " 1 yn FjfW i ji wy pyMpfynypt ' ti t-p.y. "gn. -MiKilMi f WiiWllKil H,tU'i"' II flff 'S'-"' W,vJ"M""r ' ' ' I PAGE fOUR THE DEMOORATIO BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH tf, 10tf ;jjianV1UIP-W'ltl'"W"1w""l","T'. MOUNT VERNON. QHIU FRANn HARPER, .ono Tral w ool. Iv r MONUMENT SQUARE BubBcrlptlon Rate $1.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. VerDon, O., post office as second class mall matter. -! .j j. ! 4 j ! j ! ! 4 4 l ! BLADENSBURQ MI3S Ethol Ramsey left last Friday (or Columbus to study music. Leo Harris and wlfo have returned from Oklahoma where thoy have been lor the past two years. They expect to mnko this their future home. Mrs. Sims took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mont Hall. Mrs. Alice Froy roturncd home Monday after spending a wook with her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Wood ol Mt. Vernon. Carl Hull and wlfo spent Sundaj with the latter's paronts, Mr. and Mrs Vm. Bockly. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ilayos of EsU and Mr. and Airs. Artlo Jonos, wer Sundav guests of John ...

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. — 3 March 1911

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER rAK tom ft V SPLENDID Heeling In The Interest Of hood Roads for Knox Co. Held In The Pythian Armory Wednesday Evening With Addresses By Number Of Well Known Citizens President Houston Of State Association Was Present And Gave An Excellent Talk On Good Heads ' tlio Intercut ti tho people of Fredor Icktown nnd sntcd that they do not want rlkcs thero; but dcslro to have good gravel roads as gravel la very plentiful In that section of tho count'. Ho said that tho law should require each farmer In the county to put In ono full day of hard labor on the roads each year and If this plan could be carried out, there would be no ob jections becauso of bad roads. Mr. Ackcrman also said that the people of Fredorlcktown want double roads in that section becauso of the groat convenience that they afford to tho traveler. Tho road should be built eo that the drainage Is away fiom the road Instead of Into tho middle of the road bed as Is tho case in many In...

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. — 3 March 1911

TT 3?pr lnE fctx THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 rtflMPP t I ii .. lEARCHLIGHT Will Be Thrown On The Slate Offices Vhen The Cetone Bill Be comes A Law Taking State Accounting Bureau Out Of Politics Heretofore It Has Been A Partisan Affair And Failed To Check Abuses In State Departments Columbus, O., Fob. 28 A bill to ro organize tho atato bureau of account lng which Is pending In tho upper branch of the general assombly, was Introduced by Senator Cetone of Day ton, solely In tho interest of good government. If tho bureau had been efficiently conducted during Republi can ndmlnlstriitlons nnd had Inspec tions nf stato dopartmento been made the people would not have lost thous ands of dollar through tho grafting of Mark Slator, former Republican state orlnter, and other Republican state ofllccrs. If accountants hud In vestigated stato departments fraudu lent tranEnctlons would havo been dis covered nnd stopped. Tho auditor of state's department together with other branchos ...

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. — 3 March 1911

t FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 TBE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAK ftCVH il SUNDAY Scliuol Institute Held In The M. , Cliurcli Mmday Of Special Interest And Prof it To The Delegates Rev. L. 0. Hartmon And The Rev. M. J. Trenery, D. D. Made Excellent Addresses At The Sessions About Eighty Delegates Were In Attendance Tho Sunday school Institute held Monday In the MetbodlBt Episcopal church was one of special Interest and profit to all who attended. About eighty delegates from out of the city were In attondanco. The speakers, Rev. L. O. Hartman, D. D., and' Rev. M. J. Trenery, D. D., proved themselves experts In tho work. The first session opened at 9:00 a. m. Rev. P. I. Johnson, district super intendent, nresided. Devotions were led by Rev. Polhamus of Galena. Dr. Hartman spoke of the relation of "Tho Home to the Sunday School Tho Threatened Disintegration of the Home." The address was not of jthe alarmist typo but carefully dl 'rected attention to tho dangers that threaten tho home. The lack of par ...

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. — 3 March 1911

TTsgHrHi'iim. r. :jL'cUiaAjiutiyiJi,..,i. , .i-v?j;fepcy5iw o CHIHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1011 MtiavA-"rr8w'iPft:irfBWiTigl' i i: : i i v tf IV WASHINGTON, D. C, EVERYBODY KNOWS K&MmxiCOI,. WILLIAM CAMPM&zMWiivmA IBP-' fBfe WBWWWlBHliyillw,slalWla CHIVALROUS, high-minded, impulslvo, gonorons, conrteons, courageous, loyol, a bollovcr in good fellowship, a lover of homo, magnanimous to ono lies, truo to friends, is a reputation that any man may troll onvy. No man hotter exemplifies this description than Col. William Camp, whoso testimonial Is given below. His unlquo flguro and charming personality is well known in tho street! of tho capital eity of tho United States. His word Is as good m hlfl bond. Ills frankness and truthfulness no ono has over questioned that knew him. Head what ho says concerning Fernna. "I write to say that I have valuable remedy for coughs or and tired system, dissipating and eradicating that old tired feel ing." Col. William Camp, 1740 ...

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. — 7 March 1911

vwwwwwymmm unmv MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 No. 19 PEIOE TWO 0ENT3 ESTABLISHED 183$ wtm&ttnifo w w BA U Washington Lawyers Say Resigna tion In Eifect Express The Opinion That Texas Senator Is Down And Out As Result Of Dis Hasty Action in Last Hours Of Session-Vice President's Refusal To Accept Com munication Criticised-Call For Extra Session Names April 4 As Date WHAT CONGRESS DID. Measures Approved. Provision of 53,000,000 for tha fortitlcallan of the Panama ca nal; provision for two new bat tleships; recodification of the Ju dicial code, regarded ns most Im portant for the amelioration of the law's delays; creation of for est preserves In the Southern Ap palachian and White mountains; providing for tho construction of embassy and legation buildings abroad; creating Robert E. Peary o. rear admiral on the retired list pt the navy. 'Measures' -Turned Down. Failure of congressional reap portionment bill based upon tho new census; failure of the Cana dian reciprocity agr...

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. — 7 March 1911

-1 "ftW"" i i- m l PMUUIUI SMfcy"' iJKTasfoiyfcy.. ..TVf.i: .jirtmttwpunwrtntf A XUNETW0 THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1011 - Geese With Melodious Honks Share Honors With Prima Donna Most Remarkable Offer! n.tfti THE POPULATION OF KNOX COUNTY I By Minor Divisions Shown In tin Of Census Bui iei Dent The United States census department has issued a bulletin showing the population of Ohio by townships, municipalities and wards by the census of last year. In the following is given the population of Knox county for 1910 and 1900 for comparison: 1910 . 1900 Berlin '. 700 751 Brown , 886 1,042 Butler 590 694 Clay, including Martinsburg 838 893 Martinsburg 252 238 Clinton, including Mt. Vernon 13,192 7,851 Mt. Vcmon 9,087 6,633 First Ward 2,139 Second "Ward 2,071 Third Ward 2,466 Fourth Ward 2,411 College, including Gambier , 769 Gambicr , 537 Harrison 575 Hilliar, including Ccnterburg , 1,359 Centerburg 723 Howard , 875 Jackson 693 Jefferson 802 Liberty , 898 Middlebury , 777 Mil...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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