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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 August 1908

rsnw-fet . - -"-?-' !: ui(juiyyi)' L,'iii'!fritLigfeg ?-.?"- - ,- f .n. t.iT'j i,ffifrjX 7l gcgggjjg.BH iT'fl'iri iiiTTi ? e 'Jf I k v :i ii 11 CouldWcButSecYou FACE TO FACE Could we but talk with you, and tell you of the success of thousands cf young men and women whom we have educated for a business career, we-kaow that you would be convinced that by taking a thorough business and Shorthand training, such as Is offered at Bliss College, we could place 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 along business lines. We would like to tell you of hundreds of such young men as William Dobbyn, who in Ave years has risen from a country schoolteacher to private secretary to John Jacob Astor, one of the greatest financiers of the present time; of Jesse Smith, oncea clerk in a little store in a mining town, now Assist ant Secretary...

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. — 13 August 1908

'tdSMJtaflaL 35 sCuaosii mAm'mmimi0tmiM'm For Shorlff-Googo B, Williamson Ab fur as iulliionoliiK niiy voters or u(Ulin gront strength to tlio candidacy of Goo. 1). Wlllintnson for riliorllf, wo tin not peek to nieutture our retiitirkn with his pdr ennallty. W sincerely hnliovn that Slierilt' WlllinniHon will got about till the votes in tho county, whether wo any our miy for hint or not. So thnt our piovtnoo in coin InK bofote tlio people again with tills mention mill it llkonesn of tho candidate, is hut u gentle remind er, "lest , you forgot." Tho Di-m ociutic hosts of Hocking, will, 9HMMMMSMHt&JuHIHIl with scarcely an exception, come strong for Williamson, but we have hundreds of Republican readers of this puper that are fully determined to vote for Sheriff Williamson for a second term, if they do not forget it in the rush and iiistle of election day, looking over the big blanket ticket. SherilF Williamson has served this county one term as sheriff, and made a model official. ...

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. — 13 August 1908

F"."I" M4H30feUM4HjpMVMHa , .".rtWi; i'I. , .,,it.?i;X.:rJ,lLXl.J.f, J v ir l u Prejudice Against Glasses MANV PERSONS :tro pre judice against Uiu wearing Of CLASSICS and positively tlo cllno to uso ilium, uvon when thoy mo Imperatively needed. Thoy may lo sensible persons and display good judgement In other matters) hut In thin one respect thoy act most foolishly and without any reason. A CONTIJST VI HI NATUliU IS HOI'ULUSS, and It Is tho part of wisdom to yield gracefully to Uiu Hist summons to sur render. LET US EXAMINE YOUR EYES R. S. CASE Jeweler and Optician Dr. J. E. Kessler Graduate Optician In Charge L0C1AN, OHIO LOCAL NEWS Judge Alfred, of Lancaster, was in Logan, Friday. Miss Ettu Vurhees is visiting Lancaster friends. Mies Muriu PnrsotiB Bpent Sat urday in Columbus. Mr. George Smith was a Pom eroy visitor Sunday. Mr. Lew Wolfe, of Route 4, wae in Logan last Saturday. Mr. Nick Till, of Junction Uity, spent Sunday in Logan Dr. M. II. (Sherrington spent Sunday at Buckeye La...

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. — 13 August 1908

7sfv!iW,-fM ?- "- - " ""WVf'-i ' T' ( ' t I ., K3 - H000C0 - 0 - - The Early Life k His Birih, Boyhood and First Years In Law and Politics .. Jaaafflea322ii!( Hi. Mrthataea, ,. ppfflffe &-00)')0i Uy UOnCRTUS LOVE. Copyright, 10OS, by Hobcrtus Love H W "aT TO IlllQ utvihim fiii!! In fitnit hft. yoiul nil quustlou to more lienreiM t lut it hits n uy other tiiiin In t lie woi Ill's history," says otio who traveled with William Jennings Brynn iliitliii; (In presiden tial c'fiinpalfrns of 1SUU mill 1000, nnd there Is no doubt as to the truth of the BtntoniLMit. The purpose of this nrtlelu Is uiietly to sltetiii the life of Mr Llrytin up to the age of thirty-six, when he was nominated by the Democratic party for tho presidency of the United States. It Is a life pos-slhli' only to AniiMlcan pol itics, and, whether or not Mr Bryan tiinll reach the pio-ddoncy, It Is an In teresting chapter in United States po litical history. The town of Salem, III., Is tho birth place of Bryan. Judge Si...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 August 1908

,,,. U.I miH' ' .1 It ' " -O-1 ''' rr' A Vt ?H - st 1 ( !T7jijW77T-.i,.J Tnitnrt. ufti iTimw n n i iff ' Q'i'1 'irM-if' 5EJE '"VL -S ataiISZiuS2Sai2 SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS mssxxxzEtfm Little Raccoon Crook Tho colored folks arc holding camp meeting In tho Stone drove .at Mt. Pleasant. Tom Olillcote and wife, of Union Furnace, are visiting Jacob Itedick. Sarah Clark is visiting friends at Ebenezer. Tcnton Tluimess, of Logan, Is visit ing at Mt. Pleasant. Ethel Spears, of Logan, is visiting at Marshall Steele's. Micheal Engle went to McArthur, Monday to bo "sworn in" as police for the purpose of preserving order at the camp meeting grounds. Pleasant Hill Isla Kline has returned home from visiting her brother In Lancaster a few days last week. Mrs. Emily Tldd and Hairy "Woltz made a Hying trip to Rockbridge, Saturday. Eula Tucker visited Eula Tldd last Saturday and Sunday. Isla Kline spent last Sunday with Rosetta and Cassle Engle, of Sugar GroVe. Joseph Woltz and little grand daug...

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. — 13 August 1908

" TrfJIMV1WWWJrlpiPl Big Pine Valley Merle utul Myrtle Vancitren, of IloBborti, visited Mis. Charles Feb u b, Saturday night mid Sun day. Several from this place attended oiiildretiB Day at 1'lnn Grove, Sat tirday. All report a fine time, Bev. lioyd will preioh his fare 'well eerruoii ut Bethel, Sunday night, August 10 All are In vi tod to come. Mahlon Paxton, wife and daugh ter Mazle, were the guests of John Hunter and family Sunday after noon. May Sinlres is going to visit her parents, of Oircleville, u few days this week. Joseph Stump broke bread with Rebecca Paxton laet Monday. Ira Stump made a pleas int call at William Hutl'man's last Sunday evening. John Dresback and family, of Furaell, passed through this place Sunday, euroute for Laurelville, Guy Huffman, of Amanda, is yisiting his parents, William Unit" man and wife. Thomas Willard, wife and daughter Nellie, of Fairfield coun ty, were seen on our streets last Friday. John Mowery spent Sunday af ternoon with Harley Paxton. V...

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. — 20 August 1908

"ffVt 4fl Wwwe-Iiwh T 15v,!r , 'I HOCKING COUNTY PICNIC TO BE HELD NEXT TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, AT COLUMBUS, 11 ROUND TO ID INCLUDING STREET CAR FARE AND lr. ADMISSION TO INDIANOLA PARK i THE DEMOeRATSENTMEL. Tllil oniO D1MOORAT. !!7tii Yoar No 34 . na TnnnooKiNQ ar.NiiNtirj am v-bi V LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHK). THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908. The Only DemocmtloPapor In tht County OlronUllon 3000 One Dollar l'r Tr cjSirtSi titirftf For Prosecuting Attornoyr H, E. Sparnon. Attorney II. Ki Spnrnnn, of Lo gan, bus boon unanimously nomi nated by the Democratic party of Hocking County ns our candidate for Proseoutlug Attornoy. No tnnro nggrosHivo, porsistont or earnest nttornoy pi notices low in tho cdtirtP of our county. Con Bcienclous, rnp.iblo and untiring. Harry Spnrnon ia ono of the boat lawyers in this vnlloy. Ho wub raised in Ward town ship. Was n. coal minor, and known what hard work 1h. He ap plied bis spare moments to ac quiring an oducation and worked bit) Way through collego. IIo bo ...

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. — 20 August 1908

rnwm" H-qryt t -W ' i '"-Ttf - r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. i'ublishkh evkht tuohsiiat morminqi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOIU'llHATKIl) l'Ulll,lHlli:itH VIMQtliO. I.OWKY, 1'UKtlllKNT H.U. IIAN8KI., SkCltkTAMT J. U. HotXISON. HU1TOH OlIAS. 11. UtCK AS1II, KlItTOlut M AN.WlKlt OFKlUtil In liolllson tlluck, MuutU Moor Entprott us Sacoinl Ulu.s Mutter October 1 1W0, lit I lie I'oji (iDlL't) Ml I-ogiin, Ohio, uiulor Act (if Coiihrcsiol Muu 3, Iblw. Thursday, Aug. 20, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TIOKKT For President WIMjIAM .1. 11UYAN of Nebrmko. For Vice President JOHN Vf. KEIIN of Indiana. BTATK For Oovernor JUDSON HARMON of HamlitBn. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL, of Portae For Supremo Jinlgus HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklla. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURDIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOOAN of Jackson. For Members Boa...

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. — 20 August 1908

-inwypfig- - - ?WW1 .Miiynfjy t--y,v tMan.'iv-ttl mwBBBmw1 4lli;tinnr'l i n fMnHHHUMHnHMfWHnaHIHMMMHM Full Text of Mr. Bryan's Speech of Acceptance. SStit ': "J"'''1'' " ' - 1 1 H..IM iM''inrimyvimiirwwnmm auMtMi """WMWMWliMMBMHI HHMHH HiH I t - i i 1 , f..- i. Ir - Vr i -. nrvii iilaji :i s Air. Clayton and Gentlemen of tho Notification Committee: I can not ac- . ccpt thu nomination which you olllclul ly lender, without llrat acknowledging niy (loop Indebtedness to tho Democrat ic imrty for tho extraordinary honor which It lias conferred upon me. nnv-s ing twice lieforo been n candidate for tho presidency, In campaigns which ended In defeat, u third nomination, tho result of tho free anil voluntary act of tho voters of tlii' party, can only ho ex plained by u substantial and undis puted growth In the principles and pol icies for which I, with n inultltudu of others, have contended. As these prin ciples anil policies liavo given mo what ever political strength I possess, tho action ...

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. — 20 August 1908

'Wfl frvv- V1SS?M9 &r? 2::::;:: SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER foTO te Pike Run Win Groiby, of Kingston, wns in our mitlet oti Monday of tills week. Mart Crosby, of Sam's Creek, and Gurnio Smith, of this place, are engaged in hauling lumber for the Bethel & Crosby Co. Protracted meeting at St. Paul has broken up with three conver sions. Abner Swackhatunier, wife and sou took supper with Marion De vault and family lutl Sunday, Isaac Swackhammer, of Kings ton, is at home paying his family a visit. Ellsworth Smith, wife and son were visiting near Soutii Bloom Ingville the 18th and 14th of this month. Louie Smith, Carie Ufed, also Bert Wiggins' daughter and son made a call on Mrs. A. E, Stephen son, Sunday afternoon. Lewis Smith, Jesse Wimer and Floyd Francis are engaged in haul ing lumber for Peckenham Co. Swackhammer & Co. are contem plating moving their mill this week. If nothing prevents, Marion De vault, Noah Devault and Ambrose Stephenson will commence cutting timber next Wedne...

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. — 20 August 1908

PfRfTztmtm. &'? '"qffilTSJr" w-wjrfiiji'j-.-,'i' anirmfm-icxi "V ' h i m ft I I u 11 I " Pin Bidge . ' Tho hoIbo of tho thresher can bo henrd ovorywlioro. Fine prospoots of a good com orop in this locality thin Benson. Tlio Solioll roiinion at Lancaster, Saturday wan Inrgoly attended by kin from this locality. All report a vory onjoyablo time and hopo to onjoy annilnlly tho sanie ocoiirnnco. Clydo Wilson wns a visitor at Rookbridgo, Saturday night and returnod homo by walking- the entire distance of 4 miloain 1 hour and 70 minutes Sunday morning. Joaa Sollonborgor, Dan Martin and 0. Rudolph attended tho dance at WolBhire'a, Friday night. Geo. Kepler, tho chlet cook for Wiseman A; Co., of Gibetown, or located there for the lime being, was a guest of Mr, Conrad and daughter Clara, of Stoutsville, for the last week. Mrs. Sarah McLaughlin has returned to her farm hero from Cororado, after otfe year's absence and has secured for her firm hands for next season John Thrush and Geo. Kep...

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. — 20 August 1908

"wrarsV.W" ; " " f t jrnsTyy ' K r -. Cedar Falls. Aslooil uowb is ecnrce in this vicinity I will write n few lines about unother one of those teirilile battles with u wild cat that hup pencil near lieio 5fndny night, and wo would ask us citizens that the county authorities take aotne measures towurit ridding our cointntintty i f tlitse terrible huiruule that mulangtr life and limb. It is getting so that ohr people me ufiukl to venture out to church i.t night, or to a neighbor;?, utodiis ot the possi bility of being attucked by a wild cat. On Monday uiglit of this week Mr. 0 C. Gulp in company with Miss Isel Davis uttended the St. John's Church, and upon return ing, the night became vary dark and stormy, and difllcult of driv ing. However, Mr. Culp being a horseman was getting along nice ly until lie reached Spruce Bridge, about u half mile ftom U. A. Gordon's where Mis Dttvis nitkes her home. As the horse's hoof struck the bridge he gave a snort and swish ed the buggy to one side, ...

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. — 20 August 1908

Wj'llWiWiP --""!& " --nrym,-HWryt.V'. 1 'I 'Jk o 2&Xa 4 JUUKII iCTTJVT OTHER TOWNS WX$$ES696iil Buzzard Avonuo Noah and Boyd Stlverson weie In Lancaster, Saturday. Sarah Young spent n few days last week lit Lancaster. Ethel Young and bi others, George and Russell, of Lancaster, are visit ing Goldle Stlveison at present. Anthony, Onley and John Daft, of Miltlold. spent last week with their cousin, Bessie Shaffer. Ada Cuter Is working for John Billey. Bessie, Nora and Nellie Shaffer, Goldle Stlveison and. Anthony and John Daft enjoyed a drive to Sugar Grove, Friday evening. Lucius ltlder was the guest of his brother, John. Golden Rod Valley Mrs. II. E. Williams and two chil dren, of Columbus, are visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Poling and family, at present. Lulu Poling Is visiting relatives at this place. Orfa Snyder, of Glouster, Ohio, vis ited D. A. Poling and family, Monday. Samuel Goll and wife spent Thuis day in Nelsonville. Orla and Will Wolfe, Jesse and Ed. Fickel and ...

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. — 20 August 1908

V &ikliiikkmkkmkkJikkkkiikki&tok&ikkU. J. F. HARDEN X FURNITURE TALK Here i'm a lot of bargains if you catch thorn quick. We must make room for our fall stock and we have concluded to sacrifice all tnargains nnda big share of cost on the ileum mentioned below. First We have a lot of Springs, both for iron and wood beds, that aie good goods and yet because of our large assort ment they have accumulated till they are cumbersome. Springd that Hold at $y.00 now $1.50 Springs that Sold at $!j.50 now $2.00 Springs that Sold at $1.00 now $3.00 Springs that Sold at $5.00 now $3.50 Springs that Sold at $7.00- now $5.00 Some of these springs are all steel coils with wo ven wire taps. Some woven wire with wood frames and some with iron frames. They are all great bargains. Reed Settees Regular price 0.75 now $4.50 Regular price $0.50 now $4.50 price $0.00 now $4.00 Reguhu Go-Carts That Haven't Gone Yet TTIne Heed Carts With Hood Sold at $20.00 now $10.00 Fine Uued Carts With Lace Pa...

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. — 27 August 1908

3!tmwirw" ?9"ii""w FfrwpWWv-H jKffhptWWB1 'i '.wijj'wPf "v''r v- .. THE BEMOeRATSENTINEL. , 4 rzm2&a&m -'I'VTrB LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGU5T 27, 1908. The Only Oetnoorfttlcl'aper In the Oonnty OlrooUtlou 3000 One DolUr I'tr Tiir mm onto dhmoorat TflnnOOKINOBEHTINnt. 08th Ym NoO i-":-, -3t am y mm A Good Attendance and Very Instructive Lectures at the Annual Meeting of Hock ing County's Corps of Educators. UlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBHiDHRv' n nc 'iilHllllliMiillllllllllllH man SCHOOL HUILIUNO, T.OOAN, OHIO. TI10 Hocking County Tenehors' Institnto met at the High School building, August 21, for a five day's seaaion. The first day'a at tendanco would indicate ono of the most successful InaLittitoa oyer held in the county, 112 registering . the first duy. The instructors are Supt. J. AT. Rlohnrdson, forniorly snporintond ent of the McrVnu.elHville schools, but now a practicing uttnrnoy of New Philadelphia, Ohio; D. C Meek, of Cleveland, and Miss Myera, of th...

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. — 27 August 1908

7 -'.vw&mmitF'" mf itHlMIWIMIirhllll PPW1? UJ L H s? f ? DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runt.iniiKi) KVKitr tiiuiiadat mohnimui The Logan Printing and Publishing Co, (iNCllltrilllATKf)) rtlHMSIIUUtt VlllOtt. (J. 1 (Win, I'llKHItlKNT It.Ui llANHKI., HKCIttTAHY J. I). DriU.mo.v, . Kmroit OicAs. II, IIki'k Alio. i:i)linit,V Manaokii OFTtor.l In Doll I iim llloek, Hmltli Hour Eutcrculni Hucuiiil illiiin Mutter Uotobur I two, lit tliu Punt ollk'u nt l.orfnu, Ulilu, uiuliir Act iirrmiKriHiiif .Mcli .'I, H7H. Thursday, Aug. 27, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TIOKKT For 1'iealdoiit WIMjIAM J. ltrtVAN of Nebraska. For Vice Preside lit JOHN W. ICUK.N of Indiana. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L ROCKWELL of Porta For Supremo Judgqi HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney Gene...

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. — 27 August 1908

fm 'p&-viFKr!tn T'tr,w&&'fm -. -V7VVl) MhT- J- T- -V - " - jr )r Avr "" IWffP'T- .. 5 i l. r tf Could We But SeeYou FACE TO FACE oold we but talk with you, and of young men and women whom we ,wa know that you would be convinced ana northand training, such as Is offered at Bliss College, we could place you In line for rapid financial advancement and success. The tBIiss School hat enabled hundreds of young men and women to Increase their earning capacity from 50 to 100 more by taking a thorough training along business liaes. We would like to tell you of hundreds of such young men us William Dobbyn, who In five years has risen from a country schoolteacher to private secretary to John Jacob Astor, one of the greatest financiers of the present time; of Jesse Smith, once a clerk in a little store In a mining town, now Assist ant Secretary of the Columbus Board of Trade ; of-McConnell Jacques, who left the farm at fifteen years of age at nineteen, drawing a salary of over Ji, 5...

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. — 27 August 1908

'vtmHtef -tAv -r V- Tj-rt(r ,wJ'(W.' "W'' WMfWP' i, . -- - -mi -i ' ..- .. - - t I Wn i B2aGll222 Xocal anb -i?mr i.0fSJ.0ikiX'X'XX8lS'. Mrs Nert, Sli'ilrm in qUito ill. Mr. Jim Sh irr epmit Sunday In Lunrutri Mr. ulh.it t ribnii is quite III with Uphold r. vir. Auditor Jus. L .M irl in spent Tuesday t Vinton, 0 A Farm to trade fur town prop erty. See II Corn wnll. Miss Sophia Smith was a visitor to MoArthur lust wiek Mr Meirll Kickotts if pending n few days In riiii'innnti. MIbb Plum Shannon of Colon bite, lain Lnpnn, tlilweek. Mrs Mmne U'W-hesler is vihiting Mrs. Will Moore, of Columbus. Mr. John Spencer of Ciirbonhill, wus u visitor to Logan, Monday. , MiB Od a hell lliirbnrry epit Sunday with relatives -t llreiiien j Air. and MrH. Will How en re Bow en turned from Buckeye Lake, Tues day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Ullom of McArthur, were in Logan, Sun day.. ' Mr and Mrs. Dennis Steel, of McArthur, were in Logan, Sun day. Misses Jennie and Ida Haitloy were visitois to Lancaster lait Sun...

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. — 27 August 1908

tynnuiw 'J 'W"ii w&lfw to;nmimr!' .tf1 rN V '. if MMri r ' W 1 "W rr IT IT If IflH si ft $d Council:: Jtyflcctingii & l JTi ijfj tffj kJC n H Jl 7fe iTu J Tho roRiilur council Meeting wuh to liavo boon Tuesday even ing, but 001110 of tho luctubors and tho Mayor bad boon in Columbus nn tho picnic oxaurtdun and ml journod until Weduemluy night. On Woilueatlay uvoning all wore proaout, and tho mooting was of tall proportions. Much wan doing. Undor reports of village ollloera tho Cemotory TrustoeR ropoitod roooipts and expondituroB for July as follows : Ricoipta inoluding balance on hand, $UG8.20. pjxponditures, $320.25. Balancn on bund Aug J, $37 05. Tho rupart wuq read in detail uo to the Bourco of nionoy and the work done uiul coat tiioronf. On Motion it was placed 011 llle. The plat of L'erono addition north ot Logan was presented by Mr. Hay and rof?r.ed to the com mittee on etreets. An ordinance was presontod and read by Mr. Ounty, author izing the huIo of bjiul-i for the c...

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. — 27 August 1908

ymmwmwim?'9''imim9nf ; u FV Tvwrr rc V I h )!,: Editors Meet With Judge Judson Harnion and Hon. James E. Campbell. Col u inline, Ohio, August 17 It Was u shirt sleeve conference tluit the editors of 1 1 Driiiniiratlo pu llers In Ohio llrlil vllh Jmlaon Huruinu .nil .1 Hiiits K. Otiinpbull today upon tllu Ml'ijcct of wayH and means fit- tuiiltiug tho com m on enemy in this uiwnpuiii. The wenther wus so nour stilling that the coiuiiioii-hoi su tuolders of thought, as they gathered in tho private (lining room of tho Great Southorn hotel, "shuckod" their outer rttimont and insisted that the candidates do the same. The conference was summoned by Chairman V. L. Finloy, of tho State Executive Committoo, for the purpose named, and it proved to be a success fnr beyond expec tations, As is usual at meetings of a political nature these days the temperance issue came up, and it waB handled in rather an open and free fashion, many editors relat ing the conditions in their terri tory and telling ...

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