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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 August 1908

Tjsr TTWi J1 f? 'f -. -iBrw - ' 3JJ. nT-Tiil L i-O A il M will n'lLlUiMIWilli I r.fl2g22a2li S SOCIETY NEWS OP B MOTHER TOWNS g iX. kZ.X,;X' .x. Comic Ridgo Horn to William McNlckols nnd wife, Inst Wcdnotiday, a eon. Grunt Swackhammer and wife attended tho Ilaskot mooting at Macedonia, Sunday. Abo Dovalilt and granddaughter Goldlo Tumor, woro tho guests of hie granddntightor, Mrs. Mary Davis, Sunday. Burt Millor is visiting with his brother, .lolin Millor. Jackson Dovanlt, wifo and fam ily .woro the guests of IiIb undo, Marlon Dovoult, Sunday. Thomas Hookmnn, wife and ba by, ot Salt Crook, woro seon paps ing through our vicinity, Sunday. Mubel Dovault visited with Mis. Vina McNicklos, Saturday. Born to Sam Herron and wifo, a son. "" Lillio Hoy was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sallio Devault, last Wednesday. Mrs. Ovista Stevenson called on Sylvester Devault, las't Thursday. Mabel Devault and Martha Mc Niokels attended tho Basket meet ing, Sunday. Myrtle Kneece is working for her aunt,...

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. — 27 August 1908

"" mr''vwwnfKnsi'f?:v'''r vrTm Rfl-SKWi.i 4f'"iT rKTm ' I . Hocking valleY bulletin 11 Ann Wnw Colonist fares UIIC Wdy during Septem ber and October to California, Montana, Utah, Washington and various other Western States. Inquire for particulars. (Jp nr To Toledo and return (pO.CU August '23, 29, :)0 and a 1st. Account G. campment. A. It. En- SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Mt. Pisgah We are having some very fine weather at present. "Bill Geiger is on the sick li-t. Johnnie Kverhart, who has been working ut this place, made his home a visit over Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Crane, of Hayden ville, were the Sunday guests of Haivey Woods and family. Dell Snider called on Clara Geiger, Sunday afternoon. Joe Primmer, of Fairfield coun ty, was a Sunday visitor at this place. Several of our citizens were Mays ville shoppers this week. Kid. Incubator Creek. Ml-. Frank Poling, of Old Town, is mowing briers at this place. Frank says he likes to mow briers when time is no wasp and bumble bees nests in ...

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. — 3 September 1908

t, frjgyrW i mm"' rf-IPrmFWf""""-" '-"lltf. ' , I DEMOeRA T'SENTINEL. i- Mfi OHIO DltMOORAT. 27th Yer No 30 TUB HOOKIWO BflNTINRL 03th Yr No 7 LOQAN. HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1908. Th Only Democratic Paper lu the Oonnty OlrcnUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Yr v 'ffiSSpgqin '"Ktvtm1" ' jf FJJhti0 g V ) Jw ruv'lf If If If If Tkf If If f $1 JKUBAIJS CJCIUKT GJ 1 vvl Sept. 1. Hearing hud on peti tion of BtiBiin Latitz, ndministra trix of ttio estuto of Georgo W. Lantz, for salo of real estato. Ordor of salo granted, nnd on application for privato sale, such ordor was niaclo. August, 29. Finding nud judg ment entered in chso of Mary Old akcr, iidininiBtrntrix of Isaac Old akor, deceased, against W. I). Cain, alledging the dofondont did conceal, carry away and embezzle certain assets of the estate of said deceased. Tho matter was for hearing heretofore, but came up Saturday for introduction of addi tional evidence, which was to he fil ed in writing. Finding made that alleged...

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. — 3 September 1908

wmmm?" mK8$xp- yi'JWWPiWBW!'' m S V y DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUl't.lSHKD KVKHT T1IUUHDAT MOIININU. f tic Logan l'tinting and l'ublisliing Co. (INC'OlirilllATKll) iMtiihiMiii'.itM VIRUtf. 0. I.IIWHY. I'HKMIIIKNT Il.G. 1HNHKI,. HM'KPIAHV .1. II. UoM.IHuN. Kill roil 0UA9. II. lll.l'IC AlSO Kill 1)111 A Ma.vaiikii OFKICKI 111 Dullliiiii Muck, South Hoot Entered ns Heeoiiil i'Iihi Mutter Oetobur I lUOfl, lit ttiM I'oil iillli'u lit l.utjnu, Olilo, llllilor Act nil oilKimiot .Mi'li !l, IS7. Thursday, Sept 3, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL. TICK i:r Forl'iesldenl W1I.M.YM J. HHYAN of Nebraska. For Vice President JOHN CEH.V of Indiana. HTATR For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Llautonant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Fortasft For Supramo Judgei HUGH T MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Seaiutury 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 General TIMOTHY HOGAN...

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. — 3 September 1908

W9f1'fa0 'W4Wf ayT' ''MWfrW w1Wlr - MprAii.r 9 Jr. v r This is For Bankers and Bank Depositors. Oriltuarilv when Ropubtlanu odi tars try to nrguo against anything that Ib right, simply bcoatiso It Ih advocated in a Domooratla pint form,, thoy trip thouiaolyoa boforo thoy get through with It. An in teresting proof of this foot is fur nished by the Muusflold Now, a Hopiibliciwi paper, in Ha issue of August 21, and it in our purposo to reproduce thut papor's editorial entitled "Unsound on Currency" in full, with oommonts, interposed to emphasize Bomo of its . points. We will tako the odltorinl in sec- tions for that purposo: "TUe Domoorutto )rty sooms to bam unsound on tliu cuirency iiiuistlmi 119 It ever linn boon. In 1SMI tboli' dope wns 1tco stlvoi', whloh, If trliiiiiiliiint, would linvo mount tho demoralization of tliu liuslness of the country nml tho destruc tion of many entorprlaas. Tuo llopulitl can party hus aliown liuw esioiitlul lound money la to tho snecpsa and proa porltyo...

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. — 3 September 1908

fmnvtTtfm t " Hf regipiwwr- jwmep swffipPs; t f w&mwm w r -- , If L I I 'it asniHiinmHWinimmmmmwnmmmmmmmmiimnny g You and your friends are invited to come to Opera House Drug Store 1 Opening i Tuesday, September 8th. j Free Souvenirs Free Souvenirs Free Souvenirs Special bargains on offered at B be g Opera House Drug Store a OPENING I y ... , ... .. "-j:rT 3 1 Tuesday, September 8th. jf iiiaiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii? DEiYlOCRA'l-SENTlNBL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. POUI.taUED KVKKY TIIDKSDAV MOUSING, The Logau l'rinting and Publishing Co. (INI'OKl'OKAThD) I'UUIJHHKKS VIKOII, l 1.UWRY, - - 1'KKHIDKNT H.O. UA.NSKI., - HM'UBTAKY J. I!. DOLMSUV, - - - EDITOK OUAS. H. UtCK - ASSO. KUITOIiXMANAOKH OKFU'Rl 1" UolUson liloek, Soutli Door Euteictlua Hueoiid Jlum Mutter Ootobsi 1 HWti, at tliH Hoit olllco ut Logan, Olilo, undm Act of Ci)iiie-i3 (if loU :!, 137W. Thursday, Sept. 3, 1908. Hon. 0. 12 Pfoi-i.ks, of Meigs County, Editor of the Pomeroy Democrat and ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 September 1908

$mrmm$$0j!W vmqmiawfm 'TfSIWf,f?m' '""" "n" "Wf?e' !HiT " aajcaaai n U fl .1.1 p- fc ' ' r LVI HP y- r vJ- LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Clins. Wright wns u Ctiluin bua visitor, Tuoedny, Mr. W. II. Utile, of Rockbridge, was in Logan, Tuesday. Miss Daley Watklnu wns a Co lumbua shoppor, Tuesday. MIbh Alicu Schwonko was a State Fair visitor, TtiPBday, Miss Clara Downey, of C him bus, spont Sunday in Logan. Miss Anna Fox was at Hnydon vlllo, sovoral days last woolc. Mr. Frank Blusius, tho tailor, is spending tho weok in Columbus. Miss Blanche Rymi 1h visiting Miss Glonnio Tom, of Sand Hun. Mr. Abe Booh, of Route 2, Lo pan, was in Logan, Iunt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hilderbrandt were State Fair visitors, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs George William son visited at Laurelville, Tuesday, See the big uniformed parade at Logan next Monday. Two bands. Mr. and Mrs L'ui Bort and fam ily were State Fair visitors, Tues day. Mr. M L. Woodard, of near Nelson vilb, was in Logan, Satur day. Mr. Daniel Gold, of Gibisonv...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 September 1908

flit Hf'fi'Ty- irmmJWmirm,'', 'fiWWww& V. I f iW . "t- TIME FOR A recapitulation of the interest lost to the state through fuilure on the part of the treasurer and auditor of state to use even reasonable efforts to protect the state shows as follows: These items are computed at 2 per cent on balance all of which are favorable to the officers: 1. Loss of interest on treasurer's balance of $748,000 .$G0,818 35 2. Loss of interest on auditor's balances in Capitol Trust company of $1)0,000. 5,802 05 3. Loss of interest on auditor's balanced in M. & M. and Union National Hank of $1)7,000 22,554 52 4. Loss of interest on Secretary of State L. C. Laylin's balance of $50,000. . . . 7,552 00 0. Loss of interest on Secretary of State O. A. Thompson's balance of $03,000. 1,304 25 Total interest lost at 2 per cent. .$98,091 17 f These computations are at "Simple Interest." They relate to only the obvious and accessible facts; such facts $ as the committee were able to ascertain without ...

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. — 3 September 1908

"is- fs&SW," I? ".. I h " jBp"H-'Wfl-, ''(,Wa(Sf?- ft' r ?I r an s 1 NEWS OF HOCKING CDUNTYi Ji Jt kfv Jl Jv Jt J Jl v JV Jj Ft IIIJV iTv iJIj tJ 7v v V 7v Jv kJv i7jHV Cedar Falls Morton Lehman called on Tressa ,Schaa1i last Sunday. Flora Dllts called on Mrs. Charles Lyons, one day last week. 'Mrs. Charles Dllts called on Mrs. Snider, last Sunday evening. John Schaal was seen at Hue, one day last week, driving a fine horse.- Harry Warf Is a business visitor at Logan. ' Mrs. Dell piuokharp went to Co lumbus, last Saturday. Bud Mounts and Bud Vest called on Acel Amerlne, last Sunday. Sarah Dfltsfcalled on Maude Amer lne. last Sunday. Flora Dllts called on Mrs. Janlo Lanmon, last Sunday afternoon. The picnic at Ebenezer was well attended, last Thursday. Laza Johk. T Bear Greek Pleasant Valley Wo arc having some very nice weather at this writing. Barney Kline, of Enterprise, was seen passing through our valloy, Mon day. Georgo Conkel and wife were Logan shoppers, one day last week....

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. — 3 September 1908

k'ysimH TfWgvWi ( 1) u EifWfWWWlfW?W,1 E FOR WORE OR DRESS Mr. VVhatlnok nnd slater, of Toppers Plains, tiro tho gtloals (if Mr. nnd Mrs Charles Uulslon. Rough, direct from Manufacturers of Established Reputation. 1No old stock to unload. IF No goods misrepresented. If The greatest value for the money for ail. the family, and especially in ,. SCHOOL SHOES Special Mens for Hoys for all all for Solid Tip Solid Tip this Week Only Plain Shoes d CA Plain Shoes dJI OK or or Charles Kuniz, Judsnn Slmnor, Nelllo Bray nnd Mnry Hlggtns spoilt Sunday nt Cnntwoll CIM's, Mr Pearl Holnlein, of Colutn lnia, gpont Thursday nnd Friday tliu gucut of Ills cousin, Nulllc Hrny. Mr I L. Scott, of Hoverly, 0., wns in Logan, Wednesday, nr.d or dered cur paper continued lo his nddrcss. Mips Nettlo Hums returned to Iter homo in this city, nftor n plonsnnt vUit with frionds nt Stolln, Ohio Mr. Win McLaughlin lins moved into tho proporty recently pur chased from D. W. Wright on Kur il acu struct. . A. STIERS I...

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. — 10 September 1908

tffr&k- " TlpK-'W.rff"y(yf-- i'-l ry THE DEMOeRAT'SENTNELS TItn OHIO nr.MOOlUT. imli Toar No 37 11 itOOtflNU BHNTINHt. O'llli Yor No II LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER iO, 1908. The Only Democratic Fper In the Oonnty Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per tear -ivm$m)n'mWFimit V.i W Pi i h M ,; . W, mm ws "Pink. Two Stop" Tlio Oriolo Club will glvo a "Pink Two Stop" nt Heel Mens HhII next WiulneBtlay ovening, September 10. Picnic About thirty (if tho younger po oioty buds of Lognn onjoyed n jolly pionto parly down on tlio Wright farm, Wednesday, The trip homo was tlio ntott interesting pur t of the day, and riding on hnndlo bare of a bicyole 18 all right, pro viding they don't bronk and causo you to walk homo. Family Reunion The Hongst-Mnrks Kollor farat lioa had a grund family reunion at Crystal Springs, near Sugar Grove on Labor Day. More than 150 persons wore present and" a most enjoyable time was had. Wo havo nvmoro extended report with namos of thoso present hande...

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. — 10 September 1908

;yy' ' V'.Tiry-h--, gyppT' r i m b ?. i hT i i DEM0CRAT-3ENTINBL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUllMSIIRU BVRItT TIUtltSIlAY MOHNINt) The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INl'DHI'llllATKII) I'tJIII.lHIIKItH vtium.e. I.nwav, I'liMtiikNr ll.U, llANHKI,, ' HKl'ltH'AltV .1, II, Dot, l.itfny, ' KiiItoIi OlIAS, II. ItKI'K AlSO. i:tlllOllA-MANA(ll!l OI'TIUi:: III IIoIIIhoii IIIih'I:, Hiilltli Door IClitoniit n4 Mi'cuiiil Mins Mutter Oclolii'r I ItiDi!, lit tilt) I'lJII llllll'll ill I.DiIiin, Ohio, iiiiilnr Act ofcniiKruit ot .Molt :l, Is7i. Thursday Sept 10, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIOXAIiTiriCIOT For 1'ieililpnt VII,I,IAI .1. IIKVAN of Nubrasltn. For Vice I'lHilili'iit JOHN W. ICKIIN of IiiiIIiiiih. 8TATR For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lloutcnant Governor DAVID L,. ROCKWELL of Portaga, For Supromo Judue HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GCORGU B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. II. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DUKBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER...

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. — 10 September 1908

rfTw7ifT!gplln- 9, J, mB-flyy !"' ,yiTi'' ' -i' tf .- . ' X 'X X X X X X X X !X? I SOCIETY NEWS OF OIME TOWNS JC Jf JL Jt K Jf J1 v Flowery Banks Crowded Out Mrs, John Tlgnor, of Puttnan county, 1b licro for tin oxtondod visit among frlonds nnd rolntlvoB. Slio looks woll to bo lit tlio rlpo ago of 82. . V. J. Scholl.will liavo hts salo Soptombor lOtli. Frank Wolfo, wifo nnd two ohildrori kworo tho guosta of Oliarloy Woods and family tho lattor part of Inst wook Honry Durr and family visited his motlior and brother Sunday. Augustine Palmer wont to Dr. Ruttor's to make cider Monday. Mrs. Tignor nnd Mrs. Palmer called on Pr. Ruttors Monday. H, H. Cruise and family called on Charley Woods, Sunday even ing. Some very thoughtless boys have' been marking and carving tho No. 0 Sohnnlhouso . Wo do not think they do it to bo bnd, but to pass tho tlmn, yot they ought to go to tho fenco or trees of tho woods to carve. Boys don't let this occur again. Wright Weaver, wife and son John, and H. H. ...

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. — 10 September 1908

, - !Mr 1 . ' '",W0rvmFfifi,l- Xr- " renfWJ,,wtppt5Bw' ISP 1 B IDT II TIE! r You buy it for less 'and get the best at CLARK'S CASH STORE, on the Avenue Beds Spring, Mattreases, Pillows, Dressers and 4 Wash Stands. Tables, Chairs, Sideboards and China Closets. Center Stands or Parlor Pedestals, Rocking Chairs, 11 Couches, Davenpoits, Divans, Bed Couches and Bed ) Lounges. 5j) Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Cupboards, Kitchen s Chairs and everything in the Furniture Line. j Also have one of the most complete lines of Picture f"c Molding, etc. ever in Logan and am prepared to do all kinds of picture framing at reasonable prices. ) Come and sec for yourself how reasonable the prices are Kessler Block Near Main St. Hi I ARE On the Avenue Near Main St. Phone 33. MiiaMMMMKI GOVERNOR FAILS TO PERFORM DUTIES REQUIRED BY LAW Specific charge is mnde in the Ohio Democratic plat form that conditions in the state house revealed by inves tigating committees of the legislature were KNOWN TO THE GOVERNOR...

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. — 10 September 1908

EH33aB fmmmm$ Ewf7 KV tC.,,? ? Mfyl "i v SCHOOL SHOES ? We are prepared to give you the best values Hie market affords. IT Our $ Srlmnl Shoes nre wenr registers having crood durable tinners, solid leather count 1 ers and insoles and the best wearing out soles. IF We have the kind that stand the hard knocks. IF Bring the children here for serviceable School Shoes. I STEDEM & CO. I LOCAL NEWS Dr. J. S Sherrington epentSun day at Ridwell, Ohio. Mr. E E. Kitchen, of Huynes, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Ralston has been quite eick the past week. Mies Ethel Martin returned to school at Oxford, Wednesday. Mrs. J C. Feather was taken to Mt. Camel Hoi-pital, Tuesday. Mr. IUrry Shotwell.'of Colum bus, wis a Logan visitor, Monday Prof. Silverthorne was a Colum bus visitor, Thuredny and Friday. Squire Bennett, of Starr Town ships was a Logan visitor Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Glenn are the proud parents of a ten pound boy. The County Commissioners are now holding their September s...

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. — 10 September 1908

JgJJjjJJ. -nv T ' W?"iSf!i' . rT3r, rv vm s - " JT-SV , 9 - . y- i " I: t m S HARMON LED FIGHT TOR LAW AND ORDER His Great Argument In Cincinnati Court Put a Stop to Prize Fight -How Democratic Candidate For Governor Stood by Governor Nash in the Enforce ment of Law Praised by Republican Paper. m eaA899O333o&a9s9aiaa9e0MMMaM Judge Hnrmon's dovotlon to Imt, or der mul right civil conduct was never better exemplified thnn In Ills volun tary nld in behalf of tho Rood namo nml tho honor of the statu of Ohio, when more than all others, he upheld the hands of tho late Governor Nash In preventing the Juffiles-Uhtilln prlzo fight In 1001. Ills action In thnt case was typical of the man and of his exalted Ideals of public duty. Ohio's soil had never been desecrated by tho grosser In famies of the prize ling. In this caso of the state against tho promoters of tho .Teffrlps-nhulln tight, to enjoin tlium from holding tho contest, Judge Hnrn on, associated with other distin guished counsel, ...

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. — 10 September 1908

T rt -fSr- -4 & si. 'm :' i ft 10 ,'l . b: $3gX2 I SOCIETY NEWS OF OIMB TOWNS Northern Climate As wo havo not seen atiy ltoms from this placo, wo will jot down a fow. Thrashing and cutting clover seed is tho order of the day. Quito a number from this vicinity attended tho State Fair. Alice Clark, of South Perry, Is vis iting hor sister, Mrs. Will Hedges, at present. Mrs. Lewis Lynn Is on the sick list, at this writing. Mrs. Mary Spanglor and two sons were tho guests or Mrs. Stella Hedges, last Wednesday. Wllborb Rlegol Is able to be out again, after a short Illness. Frank PIcrco and family were the guests of Lewis Lynn and family, last Sunday. Barney Spanglor and son, Clarence IUy and Roy Rlegol went on a llshlng trip, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. They report a good time and plenty of lisli. , Mrs. Mary Cole and children, of Lancaster, Were tho guests of Mallnda McBrlde, last Sunday. Zeno Gllck was seen on our pikes recently. Will Hedges and family and Alice Clark called...

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. — 10 September 1908

TTrv '' J1; 3ISBW?r3C!5PrTW - tCP"? '1 I I ! i v u i, . f PEACM 6S Plenty of them al $1.25 (o $2.00 per bushel. ORDER NOW. All kinds Fruils, etc of rotection FIRE BURGLARS SICKNESS The Central Tnion Tele phone reaches fire and police departments :incl the physician, sill in n twinkling. .V residence telephone lightens home labors tind is nn eflicient servant at bul a few cents a day rental THE BELL CENTRAL UNION I ELEPHONG COMPANY i ."Wf Hocking valleY bulletin Cincinnati and ictuiii Octobei 12, 1.'! and 11, good lor letuin until October 10. $1.::0 lound tiip. Account State Conclave Knights Templar of Ohio. New Oi leans and icturn Octo ber (i, 7, b and i), good for le tuiii until Noemboi 3. $2il.0."i lound tiip. Columbiib and return Sunday, September lit, $1.2." lound tiip. 0 a. m. tiain only. Athens and letuin, account I. O. O. F. picnic, Soptumbur 17. f0 cents lourul tiip. Fur Purtlicr Iuforiiiutlou Cull on C. W. Scliwcnke, AOENr. Signs of Failing Vision aio often neglected and th...

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. — 17 September 1908

""?ii" ' f r .farrr mr, 1 1 firir,"Vi HTf-iffr i THE DEMOeRAT'SENTINBJL Till! OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27th Teur No 38 Till! IIOOKINO aBNTINEI. Oath Year No 0 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908. The Onlj Oamooratlo Paper In tot OoodIt Circulation 3000 On, Dollar Vt Yar nptmm? $&$ I . . . Railroad News : i is Kugluoer 0. E. Smith 1b laying nil' u tow days on a vacation. Night operator "Pop" KoiibIi, of Kanuiiga, litis resigned his position. Brakoman Buntz had hie foot injured botween.curs nt MoArthur, this woek. Fifteen now oar builders arrived Sunday from Zanosvillc to work ut the car shops. Fireman II, Morloy will tako the extiuiinution to qualify for extra yard engineer. Engineer Hon Geslin relieved Engiueer Oy Walker, Sunday, on Engine No. 02. Yard Foreman George Smith is out of service this week, on ac count of sickness. painter1 if the hniise lie in working on, is rented. Of tho twenty-otio skilled men on good salary Just brought hero from Zuncsvljlo, many of t...

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. — 17 September 1908

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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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