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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

,,iflm.1JMIK'"J,, "' i , anc --Mmm m-m,M& ,Xi--.' js&. . jpi !, witwr y THii IIOCINOSIINTINI-L - 65th. Year, Number 38. 1.B OHIO DriM.oWAif-Hi ssfi5' 25th. Yeni Nitriiher 12, msElL Am M MLrA 1L Jf if a JLr Jlf -. i Circulation 3006. One Dollar Per Year. t,OGAN, HOGGING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County. U - f m v v A JLJMJrJi 1 J b P .. DISTRIBUTED THE PLOWS. Senator Lamb Passes the Butter Promiscuously. WAILING AND KNASIIING. State House Turned Over to the Democrats. Recess Appointments. Of Uie seventy-two Hoi-rick recess appointments Senator Luinb voted for the confli nuiltoii of all but 11, those re jected being:- A. 1. Vorya, Fairfield. commlsslone1; or Insurance, tci'm end lug Juno 2, ItigS; Ily L. Duvls, Cuyn hogu, fire mi'rshuU term, ending May 10, 190(5; W. 1. Kennedy, Hamilton, chief examiner of gleam engineers, torm ending April ::0, 100S; Murk Sla ter, Montgomery, supervisor public printing, term ending May 31, 1907: J...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

"VHr&pv. fwj3fflyy ----w iu,wpwy)aeirrw- "gpffn,raB-? fmr,!iHPS(fl A MMHuiuniiiimA iih;wiwwwip ii . : Editorial toihioris of Affairs. '-'.,' ' r-' V?yL : S-,;f . y ''While the republic endures let" us advocate what the great niasses of all the people J believe in-G0VER6R JOHN M. PTIS&W . .. ' ..'1 ;1; Jl I4; ; -'?wjpri I LCTS BE TRUE k iVi TO r When wo as Dom'ocrats two1 ideas of ' 'decency and anti-bossism, just so far wo de sert the hopes of the people that, put us in power last fall. The State Senate or the Governor of Ohio today" would not be there as Democrats, had not the great mass of the people rose in their indignation against a liquor soakod boss opera ting the political affairs of Ohio. Our speeches and cam paign war cry was, "down with bossism and the bum ele ment, and up with independence, cleanliness and decency." There is no backsliding or shirking to be tolerated, and when Senator f.amb, In.lependent-democrat of Toledo, pointed his long finger at the Democrat...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

"-jTrj p? ,T, aSl jVF""'" r '"'" "'" ) msmmmamssmmmsmffsmwssiif -' i(piieiawgrTiyappM.rB m f St A i-; -v ? iiii MMiiiiinfiT niniWWi.tiiJjjfmt.Ji 'jt-J-Sjt iiijirmniimuniniuaiMitiiiuupjjMiii-iJiiiiiiiiijuuytBJ. m-iuxu i - " . hi F SUCCESS. -J HomoTaloni Play Abovo the Average. "IRElfi, THE REBEL SPY" Put onSthe Boards in Grand '., Style. a Tho phiy of 'Irono, tho Robot that Barton Bhould retain a private Spy," giiVon here lust Friday night right of way ovor tho road. Tho by tho l.-ocnl company, under tho plaintiff horo petitions tho Coin nuspiccaof tho G, A. R. and Sons misaionera to agnin vncnto tho of Vetoralns, wob a dolightfui sur- priso. Even? member of the cast was nn a'matour, and not much of liiBtronic' display wan oxpooted, forthut "reaxon. Tho rc8UliB'of bIx woelics curefuLaiid earnoBt ro- heareals'jjiowovor, produced tho most gratifying ro-ultP, unci a pjy that no conji pan-, net-d have been ashamed ofl As a mutter of fuct, it was seyeiyal bundled pnr cent nheud of niu.ny ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

At -r. -r;- - j, -r , s,- -tflWTtvV -yiW$rrl?"' TpE( j'ITritF t-y J pmrjpwpwwfWBwwwwpiwwf . 3C saer: P?s kj,H.iu i. iwiiii'-n. 5 Hi lEMOCRAT-5liN'riNl2l-. avekiy"newspaper. HtnirtsniRlJ RVRKT TllttltrtOAT M011NIN0. A RIP The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. llN(Otll'nllATPtl) I'tMIl.tHlinitS Vimill.C. Iowiiy, , 11.(1. II VNHII., J. II. lllll.l.lMOV, I'upmiiPNT, HI I'UKTAKT nnlion nKPUir.i-ln rtnltlitoit lllnek, Hnutli ttnop, Kulrroil lit l tin I'mlotlUv In l.oiuuMililii.ru mvnitmiiitM .tutu niiuivi. Thursday, March 22, 1906 D13AIOO KAT-SENTI N RL. Wo bow ourselves in nnfiw, though for twenty-five anil sixty flvu yeiM scporntely, wo have tnlkeiljto tlio people of Hocktup county iiml vicinity. In bowing in, wonly liopo to remain in the nnntliioiu'e of our nartv and the people, so long as we cue square ii nil hoiiost. Wo will maintain strict intoRrity with our princi ple. We will advocate tho fiinda mental principles of a. Democratic government: a government, of, for and ly the people...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

Mw$B;n :if3H?rMSRf,, "."rorr-i' .xwrror-TsuxisE.1- $ - jrk f Jt'if" AiJ -1 "i )MJ'y"l"wygi!j'.ig.'igsgisia!igije-a.'q-il'-ig.'Lrrf;"-?aii ul!1 ui!LiiilLH.uiui"'itau',j' iiiuji! gl1 i.imiiF'i' PJIflER HWBBWBWlJUJLMiiijUMnMitjJUlMBJM mni,.iaiArnitatai White Goods and Under I 7jrL,Fm7 I BtMBK'TiiifciiUMMIiiifW'iifiih x ws rfhv?y L if xy rfcJ xw i 'i i vv 7 -vY i ft. b L s. N Vv u .i'llm iiijsimf y y ., ,. i JIPE MM ILL?- St- Patrick's Day. Mrs. I. J. Llndloy gavo a St. Patrick's Day party last Saturday evening, to about thirty guests. Kuoh invitation was accompanied by a request to Lring a reading or quotation apropos of tho day and event. These were read at length after luncheon. Tho refreshments wcro elabo rately served, by Mesdames Thoo doro Tritsch, F. S-Cnse and J. 0. Morgan, dressed as Irish maids, -in white and green. An extensive menu, made up of dainty dishes disguised under such namos as "MurphieB," "S ha m roc k s," "Patricks," "iUarnpy-Stones," olc, furnished somo surprises...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

rwjpvr ,'Tf ' 'Mm1' I, "-r"!'r '(Wpppynrt?"--' ""JW"yyW -If iJBPf!lltB"i 3"'!S5"'" -iw8P:f!,w yjEiiiwy"-,y swjpwigjfw T .ii-w.ii;iW.Hl.i,fU"l;M"IV;'-"l""il," I es. Paid By the Logan Mer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Leading-Dealers. -nUYING PRTOES riUIITS ANH VEOET.UH.EIJ, Apples $1.25 l'otatoes 60c Turnips -10o 1'KOmJCR. lluttor 28c J'ggH . . .- 1 Be Lnnl. .'. 0c l'OULTRV. Live Chickens 8c Drcssod Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12ic Dressed Turkeys lfio (1UAIN AND HAV. Wheat 85c Corn 55c Onts -JOc Choice Timothy 1 0.o'o Mixed. .8.00 .5.00 -trPLM; LIVE STOCK '-logs, on foot 54 lbgs, dressed 7c Steers, on hoof 4c to 4 Cows, on hoof 3 to 3-c Heifers, on hoof 3 to 4c Hulls, on hoof 3 to Sic Cult's, on hoof 5c GRAIN AND LIVE 'STOCK. EAST BUFFALO CsttW: CJooJ lo export, ." ISifju ""; shipping Meers, H 85 5 ,'j; liutchpf cmle. SI 6315 W; lielfeis, J2 Who Oil, fiU cows, JL' 30(34 30; bulla, S3 50CH 73: milkers nnd -in linns', 120 00 (fS50 00. SI'Pep and .umbs (.load to choice ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

csssHns--." S ') HW.lWWWWHWWiWtWWIWM 1? 32 a: TBS. USEE! rtei in im4 a Z23SSC .1 k I. I" r- PIN "Ufflll j' Princess Style Not Suitalile:Fof Wedding GoWns. HANDSOail! LOUlS.Nl! IU.0US& A Novelty- In lleeiii finc Bolero. Bitncit TnfIo(n Wnlnda'A Hjfrliitf 'I'lirlimi Oiiliuppn mill Short ruffed SleovoH on Utile tlttW Frock, Tho princess style, yjileh Is hnvltij finch n voguq, should not bo used for the wedding gown. .Most ttrossmukersJ seem to forgot Uio liunortnnt fact Hint the brido, tiu tyiiosiiro of nil eyes, stnnds during -the ceremony with her lmck lo tho entire assemblage of spec tatois, and the mere fiict or tho gown being fastened hi the lmck jrccliides n good lino there or any trimming 'tra usually mado of a light shmle of .sllk.or sail". 1'nlo yrllow loulslhn t mnlios lln) 'btpuno pfc&u hi tho IlhlRttatldi'u Tim Sfiunhj neck l.i llllod hi with an tun iilucenicnV of creilin lnct Tlie elbow sleeves nrc llulslicil u'illi' ritlllos mill' rosettes of the yellow bIIU. MODf...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 March 1906

-'tjr-! - ij&mmfr " -yrf,,UjrvmsmJ '"-vjrt I) jf. $ I P. f HMfe i.G Haydenville. Wo nre having qiti tc a grcnt ileal oT wlntery weather at present. Miss Mabel McSliorry of Mt. .ion spent Saturday and Snndny with her parents near hero. Miss May Wolfe of the O. U. Hpent Sunday at lioir.e. The social given by the u. V. M, S. on last Sa turclny evening was well attended. Mr. C. W. Cox who has been sifk for the past two weeks ha again taken up hi work in the high school. Mips Fretlu McSherry spent Tuesday night with her sister, Mrs. McDowell. . Horn on March 1 to Mr. and Mrs. ."John Morris a boy. Mr. .1. II. Schery and daughter Mabel spent Sunday in Kelsonville. Miss Eftie Wolfe spent Tuesdny night with Fannie Iieutcr. l'retty invitations arc out for an Epworth League social to be given by Misses Mae and Kflio Wolfe at their country home near here. Carbonhill. f J raft! Graft! Graft! Why not call it stealing instead of graft, so the public will know what you mean. Do you realby think...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

vm'fwmf ,,m Jt Tl""fT iHifP tlmilM3ww",""W'' y?qyv W'-'wyT,'yf t ' fiigpfr; re $., &eV A V ;&. THE OHIO IgSCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 13, DBMOQRA TSENTINEL TIH- HOCKING SENTINEL. 65th. Year, Number 30.J5 Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County rftpfirmfri ., V i RECOMMEND REMOVAL Committee Reports Against Waterworks Board. DIRECT MAYOR TO ACT. Charged With Gross Mal fesance In Office. Some weeks ago, by resolution, Councilinon Thurncss, Shaw and Weldy were appointed aconuuitteo to investigate the books and afT of tlio Water Works Hoard of Lo gan, ilnd on Tuesdny night sub mitted their report ns follows: To the Honorable Mayor nnd Council of tlio Villngc of Logan: Your Committee hcrc-to-fore ap pointed, pursuant to a resolution of tlio Council, employed an ex pert bookkeeper, to wit, dipt, W. M. Bowen, to investigate the books and papers of the Board of Public Affairs whoso statements ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

JifTMfl j Editorial Opinions of Affairs. v j::e: "While the republic endures let us "advocate what the great masses of a the people J believe in." GOVERNOR JOHN M.PATTISON. t 4 J n r TOO POOR TO VOTE. Tho Pupromo Court of Michigan 1ms decided that a man in that slate cannot voto on a bond issue proposition unless ho is a taxpayer.- Now' if the long-robed dignified court would only oxamino the books of the property owner, they would discover that every improvement is paid for by the poor fellow who owns no property, but pays rent. Taxes go up and rents go up. That is the usual system, and the poor man cannot vote in Michigan but he can pay high rents to jnsiko the property owner snfo. "Too poor to vole." That is a sad circumstance. RICKETT5 Phero is considerable stir an politics as to the approachirgcominon pleas judicial con - Cil vontion to b held in Pomoroy. I here is some cJiance lor the nominee to hail from old Hocking, and Attorney E. "D. Ivicketts has had his ear to the ground...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

i,ymfmiigmTmiw'wrwvl'"wwr wwwwtiBfniff' pr'W" $ nwjffljW'" rv 'F',fgV'V tr- r IfTlinjf Tf,-rlffS"-Tt y- -m-ar'aTS T'f" -FV t; !ffr7v '18W St-JW- ' s luiuHfiuiiiwitin i ..!" H '!j """ !" "?TT Those Ohio Solons Prance and Rare and Tear Things Generally In the Law of Tliis-Greai Slate.! Coliimljiis, 0 . March 28. The tints-Be of rcpiCHontolvfiU passed the second geitorul appropriation bill, wlilcli car rlos nonrly six millions. The bill pro vides, unions other important Items. $200,001) ror statu ulil In inadniaklng. This makes n total of ?350.0U0 Tor this purposo"np)noprluteil by the prRnnnl general assembly, the Hist bill uavlni; carried 5150,000 For thn rutinls tbo following Is pmvlded: Kur iiialiile nuiicrxnnd repairs of Ilia At In ml and Eric eapnl. nil of its onrniiinr. end bal ance's;" for lubtilldfng the Miami and Erie canal noitli of Dayton. $ru';0U0; fun maintenance anil lopalis of tliu oiithiirn. division of tlie Olilo canal, all" of Its p'arnlhgH. anil balances mid ?20,000;...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

fa $U am. v4t-i ,. aJl. . , DUMOCRAT-SlWINKL. AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PlMlt.lHIIKi) KVKIir TlltrltHllAY MllKNtflll. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. IIM'UHfOIIArl'11) i'lntt.lBtlKIIH VlmiM. ('. Low n, .1, I!. lutr,t,istiN, )'ltR4If)RT. SllCHHTAllY. Km TO I! OKKtCKi-tu Uolllmm Moult, Houth Door. JOmU'IimI nt till' l'mlotlW'ulll r.ogiill.Olilo, im Hi'cmul Clin i .Mall Mutter. Thursday, March 29, 1906 ON 1 A irarc 11J TT Ui 4 il 1 Sir. Francis Oner( of LancaR ter, spent Sunday in Lognii, rviru. .1. N. Wuikor spent sevcrnl days in New Strnitsvlllo this week. Potatoes wanted at Tipton's. Gils Iloino wiib ut Nelson vllle, Friday, on business. .Mr. John Williams, of Straits ville, spent Suudiiy with his son, Dtivc, at Lognti. .JHW.iiwiimH4WiWM.HIHl1WWM).W.ywIJH4 It lI'lPByfllflWiqiUaWgqBWMNWBWE'C MratlomcE A. 11. Brooke, Helen ISowun, and A. (J. PJllioll Mere in Nclsonvlllo for Bovcral dliys as guests of Mrs. Anna Scifrles. Misses Grace Nerlck and Emma Hoddn, and Mr. .1 nines Bain, of Nels...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

V W If I '74 H X X ranT ara w. xzMam-. ..mmxm & rmlAXS. "' 'Wo m. "" 7 'I Wfw Tnrm mbim Jm Class Recoptiotv - Tliu Senior Glass oC the Logan High Scliool gnvo the nnnual re ception to tlio -Juniors, lust Friday ovouing, at this liomn of MIph .Grace Th urn ess. Nonamo Club. iVIra. ft. W. Fink entertained the Nonamo Club with podro and lunch TltiUBday evening. Miss Ada Krleg was prize winner of the evening u"d recived a shirt waist pattern. Miss Mabel Rose wan o club guest. Flinch Pni;tv. Mrs. J. B. Lyons entertained with lllnch Saturday evening in honpr-of Mrs.. Luke Lehman of Columbus. The members of the Nondescript Club, and Mesdames L. Warner and W. IT. Cowell were I'll. sts. " v Birthcfay Dinner- AHis Barbara Bort gave a six o clock dinner yesterday evening in honor of her nineteenth ho I'iversary. The Mia9es Stone !) i .ier, and Fannie Mulligan of Nehinvillo wero OJt-of-town Kii-is. . Domestic Club, Mis. Moses Strawn wai luiHtess of tio'1)omcGtic Club last Thurs dii', . ' Me...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

.J,J3S &tto.it. ii'aMiiiwi' injinnumfmmwimpiipi iiiwiyTTTiiiriryiffTy V) ' " '---' tr - - " - j..1 ,LjiijiiLJ;tiuiAMiiiiiiuljL.iiiiuiiuaiiiiuMi minimum" mwun I'll mi l.'WHlWHWwryWfW lia.ll ilWB.'.Wn'W.I! arJiFM Planting an Orcltar D '4 t It: H&, H S. Paid By the Logan Mer chant.'! FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Lead ing Dealers. JtUYING PRICKS 1'KUITS AND VIJflETAHI.KS. Apples $1.2") Votutoes 00c Turnips -10c ruomion. Hutter 2!)c Njjgs irc Lrvrrt !c l-OULTHY. jive Gliiekens Sc Dressed Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12ic Dressed Tnrkeya Jfc r.KAIK AND IIAV. Wlient 85c Corn 5f)C Oats 40c Choice Timothy 10.00 Mixed 8.00 Straw 5.00 livi: STOCK -logs, on foot 5.V Iljogs, dressed 7c Steers, on hoof lc to 4-J, Cows, on hoof . 3 to 8Ac Heifers, on hoot !1 to lc Hulls, on hoof !! to 3.c Gulfs, on hoof 5c GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO Cattle: Common to prime Htfel'ri. $" oia; 4D; tows. S3 6."iif4 HO; helfurs. t- TS'oIi -5; bulls. Jli CUe4 25; stoekrr.s ami reedns. ii 75(&4 75...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

m&$',.'wt$ -i -rf - ji ALPINE TROOPS. " Soldiers 0 Italy Who Mancuvtr Lltar. ally Above the Clouds. William 0. Fitz-Qcratd writes of Hie Alpine soldiers of Italy! "All these soldier mountaineers are craek idiots, and it is dillloult to see how ono of the forts held hy them amid the great grunito bowlders and ter rible pinnacles and ttpircs of the Great St. Bernard could ever bo forced by an enemy in the face of these troopi, who would act as scouts, crawling up precipices and planting themselves on wild and seemingly inaccessible! spots, whence they would pour an invisible lire which nothing could withstand. These Alpine troops when scouting or recontioitoring in the mountains use a curious kind of rflle. rent, form ed by three alpenstocks and one of thc pillows they use at night when hey sleep in the snow. For, strange as it may seem, these men when biv ouacking at great altitudes do not trouble to put up tents, but merely dig out caverns in the vast snow drifts and line these ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 March 1906

fc.v"agag"tfc,ij fiw T In JBHPr - II " I Laurel Ridge. Wo thought wo would let you know tlmt wo wore still among tho living. Mr. .1. I) Shaw of Union Furn ace was tho guest of .1. 15. Holstcn nnd family Suiidny. AVe arc sorry to lcnrn that Mrs. .1. G. Krinn i no hotter at this writing. Mr. I'enrly Kole&ten of i his place called on his brother How ard of clear Fork Sunday who is nursing a very painful hand. Mr. Philip Geiger made a busi ness trip to Logan Friday. Mr. Arthur Rogers was seen winding his way towards li. F. Nihisers Sunday. Samuel Smith and Jacob Nihis- er called on Saniuol Nishiser of Plensant Valley Sunday. Mr. J. W. Smith visited friends and relatives near Murray City the past week. J. J. Nihiser is expecting the saw-mill to move on his place in t he near future. Don't forget to come again Zeke we would like to hear from you. Carbonhill. nwny ns long as you plonse, for there arc always tho most clubs under the tree that benrs the beat fruit. Soino remind me of the...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 April 1906

Uiit'iwiWinWiiiiW.wMigijUWi'f.'iiujt'JIiiiiiii'-'.'ipniiiiiiJ.- T litufes-,- urtt17 H I" ! t! ' TUG OHIO DEMOCRAT, 25th', Year, Number 14, TllfiilOCKINO SENTINEL, 65th. Year, Number 40. JL&ArM smAM. M "" ML JL ML ML A ML0JLm 2L f Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKINO COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 5. 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County iitaiy'ijji'jWjfi!ijjB r m, n A The Ohio Legislature Has Adjourned. ti . The Laws as Passed by Them in That Turbulent Session of Fifty-three Days. ITS WORK REVIEWED Some of (be Important Laws Enacted by Ohio Legislature TEMPERANCE ACTS IN FOREGROUND Tax on Saloons Raised to $1,000 Per Year Search and Seizure In Pro- i scribed Territory Removing Sa loons by Petition Salary Laws and Minor Measures Passed. Columbus, O. Among the most Im- portunt laws enacted by Ohio leglsln- ji ture during the' 53 days of .the session I JSjtist closed are the sumptuary meas- per year; removing saloons from resi dence districts by petition Ins...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 April 1906

SSJS SEEaS5SS5SBfi " t Editorial Opinions of Affairs. 4'Wliile"llie republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of a the pe Ie J believe in." GOVERNOR JOHN M. PATTISON. ' mffim9 W Overlooked the Stout One. Our friend, Editor Mnrrimau, of the Gnllipolis Bulletin, has much to say on the coming Republican Common Pleas Judicial Convention to be held in Pomofo.y next week, as to who is who, and what are the chances for the the Gallia man, Mollis Johnson. That paper puts Vollen ' woider, of Vinton, out of business, and scathingly denounces K. 0. Pettit, of Hocking, thus leaving a clear field for John son, as Meigs and Fairfield are already taken care of. We may agree that Vollonweider, of Vinton county, is out of the race because of his flip flop stunt in the congressional contest, but Editor Mammon overlooked a bet in Hocking. E. 0. Pettit is not a candidate, and so emphatically declares him self, hut there is a formidable enndi late in the person of At torney E. D. Tiiekotts,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 April 1906

14, jjt&XM,iBLfi tt. nH. w i wnjMbw fw "'rf1Fr WIW1IA.L.,. -II- JU'lll I '1 'U'ffi 11 li !f .,,..... in. i.)n)i I ( n HI "Jl ' li. ill 'H wMiiniiiHHiifi"if ii' Wl!jl"l'l' waMwaigffljTO VJ u f if The Waists -.ftA rrt vt Arc Beautifully Stylish and Pleasantly Low Priced. Of course, simply the result of days, yes weeks, spent in the study of the waist styles, the selecting of fabrics and fashions, and searching out the manufac turers who could make waists answering to our high standards and cxactingTtemands. As we were exacting far more than most particular customers will be in choosing from this assemblage. We know that every woman who sees these waists will say they are beauties, and they will buy them. No dress maker could equal their style or better their fitting qualities or workmanship. The fabrics arc those wanted for spring waist wear, Silks, India Linens and Batistes, many arc in lingerie efiects. And they are worthy fabrics, dependable, durable. SHIRT WAISTS 50c Waists of...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 April 1906

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