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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 July 1908

$C"fi .vZTrJi "''""' ";i?',i;i";"if" . ' JJKjJJLj t5Vffi"lsr"': .J1 "i ii " Wr1 Hvm .. fniivliBi - Wnifh fKtSlMiit(ipifiMfc,iArtW w rn V if i t JCs JC 'JC J g SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS A A . w " "'I Wesley Chapel Quite a number of our people attended the ohlldrens' entertain Bient on lust Saturday night, and report an enjoyable evening Mrs. H. Honuld is on the elck Met nt this wilting Stacking wheat stems to b the order of the day, Mr. Qarl Blacksten was seen on Main street last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Davis were the guest? of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cain last Sunday. Mr. Chas. Lyons was called to Laurelville, last Saturduy, on ac count of the death of his father, John. W. Lyons, whose roauins were brought to Wesley Chapel on Sunday. Quito a number attend ed the funeral. He was a former resident of this platfe, and was a soldier in the Civil war. - Bremen, Rt. 1 The dance given by Win. Funk, Saturday night, was largely at tended, and all seemed to enjoy the occasion. - Mr. and Mrs. ...

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. — 23 July 1908

m TsrT" "' "mmmppMW '1'4MltfpiWFi,llPMM i i i i9rtll Sg SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS . .x. x. .. .x. .. -X. X. .x. . ., Buzzard Avenuo Goldle Stivcrson was the over Sun day guest of lehttlve.s uoir Lancaster. Luelus ttldur and Noali and HI wood SUverson weie anions the Logan visitors Saturday. Mr. Clias. Perry and Miss Bessie ShalTer were In Sugar tiiove, Monday afternoon. I!l wood Stlverson and sister Ooldle, were In Logan, Thursday. Harry Mathlas and Noah Stlverson were In Lancaster, Friday. 'John Rider, wife and daughterwere the over Sunday gtiests of William Elder and family. Miss Hiuiua Hoop took Sunday dinner with Ida Stewart. Elmer Mathlas took Sunday dinner wlth Lucius Rider. Henry Roop, of Straitsville, was Sunday. Noah and Elwood Stlverson and Lucius Rider attended the Ice cream social at I'alrvlew, Saturday evening. Lykoxohx. Four Mile James Bebout was a visitor to this place Friday. Mrs. J. V. Conkle, of New Pitts burg, who has been spending a few days with her sister, Mr...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

ue&mL -fi h, wiar.wiwj -m,iomi&m HOCKING COUNTY PICNIC 10 BE HELD AT COLUMBUS. AUGUST 25. FARE EUR ROUND TRIP 75, INCLUDING STRRnTCAR TARE AND ADMISSION TO INDIANOM PARK THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL. W!BSSSiS0&B-? THE OHIO DBMOORAT. 37th Teat No 31 IBS EOOHIH& SENTINEL 63th Tear No 2 LOQAN. HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO THURSDAY, JULY 30, ipoB. Itie Only THuiocMtlo l'epet In tie Ooanty (llriiiUtlaii 30(10 One DolUr Per Tear ,tx,m,qtez,if,tjm;A f-X- Council Meeting. The Vllluge Council met on Tuesday evening, tho following membnrs beiug present: Bay, Straoke, Canty, Comly, Dougherty And James. A letter from the Citizens Eluu- trio Light Co , notifying theCoun oil that their contract for lighting tho streets expired, this morning, and awaited tho pleasure of the Council. After some discussion, Council udopted the following re solution : "Be it resolved by the Council of the' Village of Logan, O., that tho Citizens Electric Light Co be authorized tJ light the said villugu as now lighte...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

rmffWIWT"- i mAmttrnttU,! m,ir 4 ammmmmmmmmmm Hocking County Races, August 5, 6, 7 and 8, 3 3 3 I At Logan, Ohio, "The Best Ever" .3 - I 3 laaiimmmmiiimMi.wammi.m.muMm.m , 1 M, . DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBMSUED KVERT TUUKSDAY MOKNtlfO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOUPOKATKD) l'UUMtftltillB VlBOIt-C. LOWKT, 1'KESIDKNT H.G. IIANSEL, - BKCMETAHY J. U. DOLLI80N, EDITOB Oil At, H. HKCK A9SO. EDITOltA.MANAOBll OFFIOB: In Dolllson Block, aoutli Door Eutorcdus Second Class Mutter Octobor 1 mod, at tho Host olllco ut Logan, Ohio, undur Act of Connres9o( Men 3, lbTv. Thursday, July 30, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN of N'obruska. For Vice President JOHN W. 1IE1W of Indiana. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lloutonant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Portac For Supreme Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OliEY of Franklin. For Secretaiy of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Ha...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

I KK- I K. i pni ITIPAI CouldWcButSccYou FACE TO FACE Conld we but talk with you, and of young men and women whom we 'we know that you would be convinced and Shorthand training, such as Is you In line for rapid financial advancement and success. The .Bliss School has enabled hundreds of young men and women to increase their earning capacity from 50 to 100 more by taking a thorough training alone business lines. Wc would like to tell you of hundreds of such young men as William Dobby:n, whojn five years has risen from a country schoolteacher to private secretary to John Jacob Astor. one of the greatest financiers of the present timet of Jesse Smith, once a clerk in a ant Secretary of the Columbus Board of Trade ; of McConncll Jacques, "Who left the farm at fifteen years of age at nineteen, drawing a salary of-over $1,500.00 a year; of six girls who graduated in a class within the last year, whose monthly salaries run as follows: 140.00, J45.00, $50.00, $55.00, $60.00, $69.00. Other g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

WV1 H- Mantes aimmmimimmmmmm DEEP PRICE CUTTING AT STRE1TTZ & LAPPEtf'SI S3 3 BIGGEST CLEAN UP SALE 3 3 3 SuuMMMMUui LOCALNEWS Mr. Henry Lutz is on the sick Hat. Mr. Ed, Beck spent Sunday in Athene. Mr. Dun Engle was in Logon, Saturduy. Mr. John Collins spent Sunday at New Plymouth. Mr. George Sliorr spent Sunday near Starr, Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. Rannells visited Beech Camp, Sunday. Miss Daisy Watkins was a Nel sonville visitor, Monday. Mr. Scott Braddock was a Co lumbus visitor, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R, McBroom spent Monday in Columbus. Mrs. Robert Rannells, of Glen view Heights, is seriously ill. Mr. Pearl Auker of Befsie Fur nace, was in Logan, Friday. Mr. Otto Hunkineon, of Nelson ville, spent Sunduy in Logan. Mr. George Lee of Orland, was a visitor to Logan, Tuesday. Miss Falsotn Shaw spent last week with relatives in Rockbridge. Mr. Fred Weyniueller 6pent Tuesday in Columbus on business. Mr. L. R. Ayers, of Albion, lad., is u Logan business visitor. Mrs. J. A. Cupp, of Gihi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

mmKfjmmmm ft ifS rm imt fii l -.J5TJ! Unmatched Bargains at 5TRENTZ & LAPPEN'S CLEAN UP SALE Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings 4 v J $ VlW'VWl frWnff ;;l R w. . Common Pleas Court. William Hussy vs. Rachel Hub sy. Divorce. Divoroe granted as prayed forln petition. No ali mony. Charles Williams vs. Cora M. Williams. Divorce. Decree grant ed, Alimony of $80 for defendant which was paid. William Watts and Ellas Watts .vs. Andrew Roof. Action for mon ey, foreclosure and lien injunc tion. Triod July 25 and defend ant found guilty of violating tem porary restraining order. No penalty attached. Motion and de murrer overruled, exceptions not ed. George B, Williamson ap pointed receiver to take charge of wheat and rye. Bond fixed at $8000. NEW OASES William H. Reigle, plaintiff, vs. J. H. Conkle, defendant. For money and equitable' relief. Henry J. Noggle, plaintiff, vs. Mary Noggle, defendant. .Divorce and alimony. Joe Tuhot, plaintiff in error, vs. John Wolf, road superintendent of road ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

"S-ijt'lMJjWasy- ;"i S VI IMMMMMMMW W llliciixi J . l0000-00-0)02-00--0--0-0 O-'O'-O- ; Bryan and the Presidency "Croas of Gold and Crown of Thorns"-How a Wonderful Speech Won a Presidential Nomination .'. Mr.. William 0 - 00 - - By RODEIITU3 LOVE. Copyright. 190S, by Robertus Love WttEN the Democratic national convention met at Chicago lu 1S00 one of the delegates from Nebraska was William Jennings Bryan, a young man of thlr-ty-slx, n private citizen of the city of Lincoln. Ills prior political career comprised two terms in congress. lie had been his party nominee for a Unit ed States seuatorsuip lu a Republican legislature. The national Democracy had broken away from Grovcr Cleveland, whom it had elected president twice and who was then In olllco. The split was on the money question. Cleveland had called a special session of congress to repeal the silver bullion purchasing net The mass of the party stood for the free coinage of silver, chiefly at the ratio of 10 to 1. The Clevelan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

yr &', 9W P"i WW o .k pSSStPpSRiFiggut SOCIETY NEWS OF I OTHER TOWNS Pleasant Valley Geo. Conkel made a business trip r to Logan, Tuesday. Dr. Leo', of ltockbrldge, passed through our valloy Wednesday. Ohas. and Grace Jilegler, of Gibison ville, were seen on our pikes one day last week. i Myrtle, Homer and Lewis Evans took a trip to the Itockhousc, Sun- day. Mrs. Isaac Vanouren and daugliter Nellie, visited relatives In Ilesboro, ; Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. John Denison, of Cream Itidge, was the guest of Mrs. Jacob Stlvor l son, Sunday. Harrison Nihlser and sons, frank " and Samuel, were in Logan, Satur day. Hazel Prior and Agnes Vancuren were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Black ston. Geo. Conkel, wife and son Thobern, 'visited the former's parents, of near Ilesboro, Sunday. Happy' Ridge ' Mrs. Laura Her and Mrs. Mary Springer were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha Balnter. "Vm. Eobison visited Lewis Huf fines and family. Cora McGrady Is working for Mrs. S. C. Lama at present. , Jose...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 July 1908

P!t"8'1!fe T,- . k,iAl,j,LiA.iilULlA.ALlA..JiiJAi w-w a v w r s 1 ,- m T - -T W- MMW AlTlVTFTAFE LAb Ub CC 2UrN'2 5CMI- AlMlUVUI I Hi n w "i . i i" i ' Ti cut price CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS, THURSDAY, JULY 30th T"""WW - OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALEone in 'midsummer, the other in mid-winter, are given with throughout the store, not to carry them over; so we may present with each season, a complete, new, who accepts our invitation to this sale will positively save 20 to 50 per cent on their purchase. IF - REMEMBER 20 to 50 per cent DISCOUNT fwjtifwiiriiffliriiwiifrvnw t nnrotr tv TI7WC AC " uueii iEwaur $ $ OTHER TOWNS sBssaesBBEESRnrai Max Counel Poling and wife spent Sunday with E, L. Shaffel and wife. O. T. Welty and wife were Lo gan yisitors Friday. Misses Bertha and Clara Blaek ston spent Sunday at the home of Sam Poling. S N Focht and wife had ae their Sunday guests Phil Wagner, wife and two children and Wm Leonard, wife and son Bruce. Miss Stella Denison, of Lan caster, is visit...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 August 1908

wiiMiii fvf!sf wigjw, '5S wPSfSwSfJwrwwy fmnefi irnrrsOT!ivvTTS:s w7" "' IX'f"' , ' ",'- rif -(jp,i yvw t In I ' ffi DEMOeRAT-SENTWEL. MB OHIO DEMOflBAT, 27th Tsar No 32 THE HOOKING BENTINKL 88th Ye No 3 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1908. Th Only Democratic Paper In the Oonntjr Olronlatlnn 3000 One Dollar Per Yer pgml lotlsiOftloo ! S IT Wk COURTS 60 ON FOREVER Though Nations Cease and Worlds Decay. WHEELS OF JUSTICE Grind Slowly, But Grind JExceeding Fine. COMMON PLEAS COURT William Watts and Elius Watts vs. Andrew Ro6f. Action for money, foreclosure and lien and injunction. Tried July 25th and defendent found gutlty of violat ing temporary restraining order. No penalty attached. Motion and demurrer overruled, exceptions noted. George B Williamson ap pointed receiver to take charge of wheat and rye. Bond fixed at $300. William H. Reigle, plaintiff, va J. H. Conkle defendant. For money and equitable relief. Henry J. Boggle, plaintiff, vs. Mary Noggle, defendent. ...

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. — 6 August 1908

"-rj rvf ti DBMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rOBLtSUED EVKHT TUUHStlAT UOBNIHU. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOttPOKATEl)) I'UUMbHKUH VIHQILC. I.UWKY, l'KKSIDK,r H.G. HAN3K1,, 3KCRKTAKT J. U. DOLLISON. KlMTOH Oiias. II. Ukgk Asso. KditokA Manaokk OKFIOEi In Uolllson Block, aoutli Door Entered ns Second Olti Matter October 1 llW, nt tbo l'09t oiliuu nt l.oanu, Ohio, under Act of Conurojs or Mcli 8, Iblv. Thursday, Aug 6, 1908 Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TICKET Kori'ieMdent WILLIAM J. BHYAN of ebmsku. For Vice President JOHN V. KEUN of Indinun. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor JDAVIV L. ROCKWELL of Portaeft For Supremo Judgas HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State ly. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOGAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DORAN of Perry. J. A. STATES o...

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. — 6 August 1908

'HJgWWOflppW?' ffi&BgrW' '"'-rMJ '"7P' i'-TW 'WJipi ''l- vt5filpi ' ' f t '" 3 '.''y '""""k,,'Wr,y .itthi, -pjgcri" 1(1 it wiiliMiillttarfiiif Ml nlHaimni . mimiMn liililiiAMriitfcMttwUMMMMMiM & ) k I m The Sabbath. Tills is tho lioadlns of an article Which appoard In tho Demoohat SeHTihel of .Inly 0, 1008, wrlttotf by VV. S. Bbotio, in which articles he urges tho nbsnrvalioo of the Bcvonth day, Sabbath by all olirliit i.na, and gJeB bo far as to any all who do not observe this day are gUlity of disobeying tho law of tho L1rd therefore are under condem nation. But lot us boo a littlo farther about this before we make the change and see whether the Jewish Sabbath 1b really binding on christians ot not, and if not, why? Should man try to persuade men to observe it and bind some thing on christians whioh has beon loosed; -we find in reading this ar tlolo he claims the DUciples kept it. Christ honored it, and all the early christians kept it for hun dreds of years after tho cruc...

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. — 6 August 1908

fiTTEl K" te, -. t v $& -l :MUfcfcAAUiAJ.i.lAl UAMUUiMiUJJiUW BLAblUS X RUIN'S StjMI -ANNUAL ttl fc twM.ijiMi'anBcaneJVrfi'.BBiiBSJiaBc cut price CLEARANCE SALE BEGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 30th "" 'LI ! 'ilfll H.JW rW INr OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALEone in mid-summer, the other in mid-winter, are given with the idea of cleaning up all the stocks throughout the store, not to carry them over; so we may present with each season, a complete, new, up-to-date line of goods. Every buyer who accepts our invitation to this sale will positively save 20 to 50 per cent on their purchase. IP HIGH CLASS GOODS AT LOW PRICES WILL DO IT WE ARE GOING TO MAKE THIS THE z Greatest Clearance Sale We Have Ever Given REMEMBER CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS Remember You 20 to 50 FOR MEN AND BOYS Will Save From percent T? T AQTTTQ Q C T 20 to 50 per cent DISCOUNT r . L-r A. O 1 U O Ot OUll on Purchases , ,- . i i m r-r i i M-gwrn " i i i in i I iininrTti n Tnmrn-ri i m "-""'-'" - -- .... - , M n ,. , ,mimmmm...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 August 1908

iyvrwjMwiwTfaiHJ "tSjpNjftj- W' w ir ' ' ! i M M miiilifaiuMlni y.' , jAv s-fi' I v r h I Iqkf, IJte , A SALE FOR ONE WEEK H ' H-jjumiiJE.: mwi Womens, Misses and Chitdrens White Canvas Oxfords Womens $1.50 7Qr values ' C Misses $1.25 ' ,".:":: "- fQn values Vl UtC Childs $1.00 v KQ values k)jC Infants 80c - AQn values fitC AH OXFORDS at cost and below cost STEINMAN k WELLMAN Pleasant Valley Mr. Geo. tingle of Marion town ship, passed through our valley Tuesday, enroute to Gibisonville. Isaac Vancuren made, a business trip to Logan, Monday. Mrs. Robert Head was seen in our midet one day last week. Mr. Edward Conkel has pur chased a new buggy recently. Mrs.- Israel Cotterman and daughter Mary, visited the for mer's son Jacob, Thursday last. Martin Goss of Stringtown, was trying our new pikes, Saturday. Frank and May Nihizer were Logan shoppers, Saturday. Henry Highley went to Enter prise, Friday, for SJine more chicken food. Unas, lies and family, Miss Lulu Swartz of Enterprise, and ...

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. — 6 August 1908

Ifc ' V? K ". ?f i' -A f. John W. Kern of Indiana Bryan's Running Mato One of Democracy's Most Valiant Champions A Man of High Ideals and Sterling Worth. Excellent Campaigner -A Stump Speaker Second to None In the Hoosier State. ny CL'OK'.P II. PJCARD. JOnX WORTH KE11N, the tnrtri who Ims liiwii clitmuii by the Denver coiiwutioii to be the run nlnt; mute ut Wlllliuu J. Dryaii, Is known ns one of thu most valiant champions of Huinucnioy In the Hoo eler State. It U liuu that in the ma jority of the political contests In which he litis ll;inx'(l he has been on the los ing utile, but that has not had the ef fect of lessening his popularity or relegating liliti into the obscurity which is the usual fate of the oft de feated candidate for political honors. It is admitted by all of those who ate at all conversant with the political situation iu Indiana that Mr. Kern is far and away the most popular Demo crat in the stale. This fact has been made apparent on numerous occasions. He lias been...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 August 1908

"fMM i f'1 WTf T TJFtvfS TOC tfVSSfiFfpJ ? 3"J " ' "?j " "," 1V-' ? 'W'jrf y 5W ' ' - ."" k Bk ja SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS lTt X Jt ' '4 j JY A JCi Jf JIj H n7v Jl J1 Blue Creek Cuting hayi killing snakes, picking blackberries and lust a few oilier tilings seem td be the .order of the day on the outskirts of our town. . S. M. Eoblson, of Laurelvllle, was a visitor in our town one day last week. 6. M. says he won't associate with the poor class of people anymoie. He has his house painted. Christie Harris, of Laurelvllle, was in our town last Wednesday. Protracted meeting is in progress at this writing at St. Paul's Church on Pike Run. Joe and Ella Swackhammer were business vistors to Laurelvllle one day last week. W. F. Schooley, our grocer, was a business visitor to Columbus one day last week. Alma Schooley went to London last Monday to work in a dining room In a hotel. S. P. Seitz Is now engaged in run ning a traction engine for a thresh ing machine, both on the road and in the ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 August 1908

'T97 1 ' ' It Y k h If i LOCAL NEWS Mr. J tun kb Shaffer apeut Sunday in Carbotihill, Mias Mae Johnson is visiting friends at Orlxml Dr. Moore, ui Alt. Pleasant, was in Logan, Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Sparks of Lancaster, spent Friday lu Logan. Mr, James SclHll'or spent Sul day in Carbnnhill. Miss Metii Grove returned from Lancaster, Tuesday. Mr. Thos. O'Neil, of Sturr, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Hubert Lappen leaves Sun day for Buckeye Lake. Mr. Charley King, of Sand Run, was in Logan yesterday. Mr. Win. Bierly,of Sugar Grove, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Wiley Thinness of Colum bus, spent Sunday in Logan. Attorney H. E. Sparnoa was a visitor to Lancaster, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Sni der, Monday, a ten pound girl. Mr. Ike Vnncurren, of Pleasant Valley, was in Logan, Monday. Miss Hannah Lehman ot Colum bus, 1b visiting friends in Logan. Dr, A. K. Smith and family spent Sunday at Crystal Springs Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ucker of Columbus, are visiting in Logan Mr. C E. Bowen and famil...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 August 1908

iiBfiiffaniuniM X3423S it fUn. ' tAitayi J DEMOeRA T'SENTWEL TuT. OHIO lir.MOOIUT. 27lh Yonr No 33 THT1 HOOKtKQ OntmNlHi Olttli Your No 4 LOGAN, HOSKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST I3, 1908. Th Only Diimocratlo I'nper In llio Oonnty Olronlatloa 3000 One Dollar 1'er Tear "t),'s)'S WE f)" r y & It REPUBLICAN PRIMARY Next Saturday Will End Hie Race for the Nominations. CONTEST Much Speculation as to On Saturday of this week comes ou tlie contest in the republican party for places on the county ticket, and it promise to ho a battle royal. The interest bag been very quiet until tbo last fow days, and the wax is warming and spreading out all over the county. The contest for the republican nomination for representative lias sifted down botwoen It. B. Long etreth and Charles A. Chntliold, all others having withdrawn. Mr. Longstreth is a very reHponsiblo farmer of Starr Township, a man of considerable ivoalth and educa tion. A man prominent in airuirs of this county, taking nctivo par...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 August 1908

an W nsw T1. U us DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. riMIMStlKt) KVKIIT TitiiudnAT MOKNINO. Tire Logan l'rintfag mid FublisMng Co. (tNClllll'illlA TKI)) I'liliiilsllilim VtUOt't, (.'. I.OW'llY, IMlKSIIIKNT if.U. IIANHM., HhCltKTAIir J. U. DnLt.iaoVt Kiiitiih OI1AS. It. IIK('K AS-111, HlltKIK.t-MANAdKH Of t'lUGs lu IKilflaim lllook, Hmidi l)ouf Klitcroil no uouihI i'Iius MiilU'i Uctutior t 1MM, in I In) I'osl mlleu lit l.oi(iii Olilu, ttllitur Act iifCntiKamit Mtili .1. ITW. Thursday, Aug. 13, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TK'lCUr Forl'iesldeut VIIiMAl I. UllVAN of Nubiaska. For Vlco PiesiJont JOHN ICBHN of IndluilQ. STATE For Governor JUDSON HAn.MON of Hamilton. For Lloutenant Governor DAVID L ROCKWELL, of Portafffc For Supremo Judges HUGH T MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE D. OKEY of Franklin. For Secrctaiy of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of St-iu W. W. DUIIUIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOOAN of Jackson. For Memb...

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