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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 September 1908

?fnrTT Wk '' , -yiHr , wimuiiii mwi vm n 533gjqjSggjg3 II j. "i Ail' Ship Gortaln. Wellington, Sept. 0 Orvlllo Wright, In threo pliotiomonnl (lights tit Kort Myor tn-ilny ofltnb Huliod now noroplann roonrdo that not only nsmiro tlio biiccoph of tho ollloial trials hufo'o tlio unity board, hut Indlcnto thnt aerial lllght Ih now only a matter of do velopmoiit. War on land and Roa will find In 'the tieropluno, it is now conceded by military men, a valuahlo moans of reconnaissance nnd possibly car nage. Two (lights of approximately 0110 hour onoh and another (light in which two raon woro whirled through tho air. for upward of six minutes were tho aohlavomonts of tho Wright brothers' noroplane to day. That these flights, record-break ing na thoy wore, will evon bo sur passed by Orvlllo Wright during his trials at Fort Myer is confi dently predicted. The first flight, made thin morn ing, in which tho machine circled the drill grounds at tho fort 57 times in 57 minutes nnd Stl sec onds, wh...

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. — 17 September 1908

mffnrX5sw X' v3-?ivtTWw,r$KP' &r ft , 11 't Commissioners Report. To llie Hon. (i'.oreli. iWirl'm, .In Iffc of llic C-iiirl of Common IMcru of llnckinir County, Ohio: Tlio following a i dot.nilccl shitomont. of our financial t.i'un-uw.t.ions, Cor tho year ending August-. 31, 10OR, mm it quired 1)17 li. H. APPnAISING PROPERTY. AM. COUNTY HOARD OF EOUALI ZATION. .lumen I.. Martin, service not complete for .war 1H0S APPRAISING RAILROADS. James L. Martin, appraising tin' II. V. unit C. mill S. mil-' roads, year I IMS $ H5. 00 NEW BRIDGES AND CULVERTS. Tlio Hrookvlllo midge coin, limiy, Enterprise bridge . .$5175.00 Tlio HrociUvlllo Bridge com- liiiny, Young's Ford bridge. -1 175.00 Columbus Bridge anil- Iron company, Honey Fork bridge ir.7.00 Rclohoiilerror Brothers, taking Young's Ford bridge out of river 850. 00 Rolcholdorfor brothers, erect- Iiir Lnurohillo bridge 150.00 Relclioldorfor brothers, ro-or-reeling Stump Hun bridge . 75.00 Rolcholdorfor brothers. Wal nut street anil Zn...

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. — 17 September 1908

jpjiiiwiplpiflgfc wyww fcTfct fc knft.n it. 'TTii ")mVk trili i - Com m issioners' Report. Oliver Trjiowrltor company, ot'n ilostmY'rlbbOllft ........ 8.00 anorno 1).- Ilnrnlihnl, ono trl miRlo mill I'rnHi'i'H ........ 5.00 The Mocking Hopubllenn, f00 liMtor noailH z. Prosecuting Attorney. Qebrgu D. llnriiliurd mid com- nnny. fllo boxes find bup- plica ? ,12.50 The j,nnu iTininiK ami riiu Hailing company, R00 letter licmlrt , 1.00 Commlssloncro. Tiio Democrat Sontlnnl, sub rorlptlon to Mnrcli 1. 1008." 2.00 Tho Journnl-Clnzotto, mibticrlp tlon to.Jnnunry 1, 1008 .... 2.00 Tho Hocking Hopubllr-nn, subscription to July 1, 1008 1.H0 Logan Hook tllndnry, binding nBsosBorn (llos and news papers 7 00 Tho Logan Printing and Pul llahlng company, letter liends and cards . , 2. HO Tho Hocking Republican, C000 aasesiRors blanks . 18.00 Purveyor. Tho Logan Printing nnd Pub lishing company, road pott . tlon nnd fioo Btnmpprt iavc lopcH ! is.no Tho II. Colo company, cvosj oectlon paper 8.80 W. II...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 September 1908

HtTr BPraSMKiK i4 '- 1. ' 'ftrWiSr "W?WTI1&5"' T", r , V i . . , . i i I ( m 'mfmrt h H . f :i ? i. ! Hengst-Marks- Keller Reunion The relationship ol ilio lliiigBt, Marks mid Keller imiiiHIob held its minimi leuiiinii ut Cry still Spiln;s Hour StiK'H" Omv'i', Ohio, on Labor Day. Tlio tiny vnn mi ideal imo for an ouliiii;, nml I lie oxpii'ssloiiR of pleuiilin unit di'lib-lit lirard (Hi every limul i ml hinted ii butter time titan was iuiiiL'iinlc(l hy tlio moRt smi;uino. Aliitiy ol iliei-i) loliillfi'H met for lliu IliM limn; uiIiuih w ho hud not met for yenis enjoyed n renewed in iutii nl mice, mid nil en joyed a feiiat of fun unci good tliinti to eat and drink. The dinner whs itnmenso. Ono tuhlo was t'nt i iimteil to lie a liuiulrcd feet long, and we know of nothing good to eat with which it and all the oilier tallies were not burden ed. A free iee oroiun and lemonade stand was presided over by Messrs. Win. Snyder und F. C. Brick, who have the vote of tbunks of the society for...

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. — 17 September 1908

Ifffippfrfl wytPwtWM ',1,1lmr V TWTW'T' r"y ,S$PiEypfr'- yyr-y i" - J m m i Mill im 'J V- V.1 k PEACHES Sps Plenty of them coin $1.25 to $2.00 per bushel. ORDER NOW. All kinds Fruits, etc of J v rotection FIRE BURGLARS SICKNESS The Central Union Tele phone reaches fire and police departments and the physician, all in a twinkling. A residence telephone lightens home labors and is an eflicient servant at but a few cents a day rental USE THE BELL CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY Hocking valleY bulletin Cincinnati and return October 12, 13 and 14, good for return until October 10. $4.::o round trip, Account State Conclave Knights Templar of Ohio. New Orleans and return Octo ber 0, 7, 8 and !), good tor re turn until November 8. $20.95 round trip. Columbus and return Sunday, September 20, $1.25 round trip. 7:00 a. m. train only. Athens and return, account 1. O.-O. F. picnic, September 17. 50 cents round trip. For Further Information Cull on C. W. Sclnvenke, AUENT. YOUR APPEARANCE will not...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 September 1908

p'fjb".11' ""? 5 f I . f-L p I ' b f ...I I. fl.ll. I 1;:: SOCIETY AND ClUBSI vr M ' WM MikMI MO... Two Stunning Styles & Jv Jj fj ff in nj in yis iA J riiTf3 tppp. IN i It: h ii HI . W. C. T. U. Mib. Leo Dnlllsjn will receivo t!io W.C. 'I. U. lutllns, Friday af-ternnon. Flvo O'clock Taa Mrs. Hurry Ambrose gave n flvo o'clock ten, Wednesday, in honor of Mrn. Mary Adams of Columbus. Covers were laid for seven. Picnic The following young ladies on joyed it picnic lit. Seott'H Crock, Monday afternoon : Mario Stroupe, Avery Randolph, Louise nml Agn tliu Fox, Lena linker, Clara Uok er fiul Maty Noibliug of Coluni bus. Larrick-Hartman Wednesday evening lit 7 :'M) o'clock ncourod the marriage ot Mr. Albert Ltirrick to Miss Stella Hartmaii, at Ohillicotho. Miss iJeiuinetto Iliirtuuin niul Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Lambert, of Logan. wont to Chillieotho to attend the wedding. Camping Party The following young men com pose n Jolly bunch of campers at Floyd's: Joe Kerr, Dean Hort, Harry Yontz,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 September 1908

jf Hocking; County Fair and Races, October 21, 22, 23 and 24 7WH DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL i l n 1 irf9 ompo. ,;;'.y-- THE OHIO'UEMOOBAT. 27th Yf N 30 TUG HOOKtNO flENTIHBL 08th Yir No 10 LOGAN, HOCKINd COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. Th Only Demoorttlc Pper In tht County OlrooUtlon 3000 0m DolUr Vtt Ym Wl (J ? 't c4 y ll . L tf l' r 1 THREE BIDDERS IR ;t Village Council Open Bids But Will Not Contract Until Friday. On Tuesday night the village dads met iu solemn conolave with bis honor, Mayor Thuruess pre siding. All the guardians of our 75 arc lights or more at .$07 50 per w 11 being, answered to roll oall ex-1 light per year, for 10 years. One oept Councilman Dougherty. He .of, the councilman at the closing of ia so busy on his farm repairing the reading of bids said he bo after the recent floods that he can-Moved the counoil were not ready not always be at his post in the to sot on them at this meeting but council chamber. would meet Friday night and go The evening was hot' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 September 1908

ZmsEW3w$ n.v . sa W'TX3 -tT J " -" J S I 3 i: J. HI democrat-sentinel aTweekly newspaper. POBLISUKD BVMIIV TIIURSDAt MnllNtNU. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IN(.'OUIMIIlArKII) rUUMMIlKKH V'tXUIIiL.'. I.OtfKY, I'HKHIUKNT H.O, ItANMKI,, BRCHKTAIIT J. B. Dul.MSON, lOlllTOU 0IIA8, tit UKOK .110. i:i)ITOU.t MANAIIKn OFKIl'Ut-lii Dulllsrtu liluclc, Boutli Door Rtiterudus Qoouiid Uliws Matter October I iwfl, nt tlio lM.1t uilii'n nt l.ognn, Ohio, undot Act ofCiiiiHluisol Moll 1, I ST VI. Thursday, Sept 24, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TIOKKT ForPiosideiit WILLIAM J. HUVAN of XebrnsUa. For Vlie Proslilent JOHN W. KERN' of Indiana. STATU For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lloutenant Governor DAVID L ROCKWELL of Portage. For Supremo Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GJ20R0E 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 General TIMOTHY HOGAN of Jackso...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 September 1908

7J lswr""Tar"l!q'"" '"- Tr.-ip. t" -nrjf' hWMXm to aimmmmninimmmnirttmwiiwnimmiwniminniiwwg The Country Editor. "" " The country editor is nnlmnl common to all parte of the United btatoB, portions of Kuropo, Asia and Madagascar. He Is a biped, qilndrttpod, contlpedo and overy othor kind of a "ped" known to natural history. If bo didn't liavo ho many hands and logs ho couldn't porform the dutlos of a country editor. Your Undo Toboy was onco an editor. Hut he had a strong constitution und reooverod. In a majority of oases the putiont does not rocovor, The dlsoaso Is not contagious, you have to run after it. Aftor that It has got you. As a rule, the country editor Is not ornamental, but is use ful. Eyorybody ubob him. The rogular duties of a country editor are to gather news from all over the county, and ell othes countlds where his subscribers have relatives living, write editorials, obltuarleB and accounts of weddings; to set type, moke up "forms," do job work, print, fold and mall t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 September 1908

& '. WPSptfjpf.'W' Jt ' wmUmwmwhw i1' ?4 kfc PH. i v n '- H SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS PI H J rj v Old Tow .1 No, 2 The farmer in our vicinity nro busy cutting unru mill drilling wheat. Aliases Ejtella and Susie Poling were the Sunday guests of Mias I la Fmkel. Tho No. 0 school commenced Monday with Sherinun Poling as teacher. Mr. Tom HrOwn and wife weie the Sunday guests of L. D. Wright and wife Sunday. Miss Goldie Scholl and Eitella Wright were tho Sunday guests of Estellu and Carrie Stivison. Willie and Homer Wolfe, Frank Poling, Edward and .lease Fiukel and Charlos Hright attended church at Mt. Tabor, Sunday. Misses Entollu Wright and Goldie Scholl uttended church at Laurel Chapel, Sunday. Miss Hazel Pierce culled on Gracie Wolfe, Sunday. Hello, Old Town Crook, where are you f nun. Antioka. Pole Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Vanfossen and family were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lively and family. Mrs. Minnie Weaver and family were the guests of Mary Ann Beet and Gran...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 September 1908

Trw9'' RVVVV'VVVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVibVVV'VVV.VVBi immmimiimmmmmmmmmmmtimmmimminmmimmmiiimmimimmmiimK J FALL FOOTWEAR Becnuso of then r'onl olcganco and moderate price "QUI3I0N QUALITY" shoes onnblo you to moot oveiy dotnund of fashion without extravagance. Boo our now stylo while tho assortment is Mtt its host - -- PROGRAMME I COLLEGE I FESTIVAL I OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY. SEPT. 24. t t t t $ g Siedem & Co. ! Stcdcm & Ca. 7h& fi&MOlS' J H.-WCN o.x.' pC - ?W71't(ip5i5r t J- . '?- VsWSSn aijpr A llflflflT7 I LOGAN, OHIO LOCI AN, OHIO s LOCAL NEWS Mr. Joo Cobb left for Delaware 'Collego, Tuesday. Miss Maria ParsonB spent Tues day in ColtimbiiB. Mrs. Walter Rochester was n CnlumbiiB visitor Thursday. Miss Lucy Huwen left for Obor lin, Monday, to attend school. Miss Florence Bright left Mon day to attend college at Oberlin. . Miss Mary Hoi! left for Dela ware. Tuesday, to enter College. Mr. Claude Lyons returned to the O. M. U. at Columbus, Mon day. Mrs. J. M. Noiswnnder' retu...

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. — 24 September 1908

Tgf R1V I '''' t . . ....... ..- TJ.f r. 1 i if McKINNON AND QUEEN GOOD TO THEMSELVES Owned Stock In Banks Which Carried Deposits of State Funds, "When the senate's Investigating committee probed the state treasury It discovered that Treasurer W. S, McKlnnon and his deputy, Charles 0. Oreen, the Hepuhllcau candidate to succeed hlni, were linauclally Inter ested as stockholders In banks carry lug state deposits. One of the banks at Ashtabula, O., the home of McKlnnon, Is known as W. S, McKINNON Present State Treasurer, Whose Deputy, Charles C. Green, is his "heir appar ent" as Candidate on the Republican Ticket to Suc ceed Him. the Mailne National Bank of Ashta bula. It was brought out in the In vestigation that Mr. McKlnnon and members of his family, together with McKlnnon's deputy, Charles C. Green, own a controlling Interest Is this bank. The legislative probe also disclosed that this bank, capitalized at $100,000, had $100,000 of the state's money under the depository law. It was...

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. — 24 September 1908

s3P$fP MUM im -w ttti KjjelH IPS OF KING COUNTY 1 JC JG Jt Jl tJ'C JV JC Jv Jv tfV Jv wllv V v "w J"w tv Jv tJs Jv J"tu J"l tV ITHI Enterprise TIHIo Blosser mado a business trip to Lojiarii Thursday, ;ttfir. Vtid Elllngerl Mrs. John Blossej and Mrs, W, Clark, yero Lo gan Shoppers, Wednesday, Henry Rlnghtsor and wife made a ,fyinfr trip to Nelsonville, Wednesday. .Mrs. Will Groves, of fjockbrldge, Js ' a recent visitor with her parents, the latter part of this week. Frank Blosser and John Francisco were visitors at Carroll, Sunday. Herbert Elllngerand Ed Riser were Logan Shoppers, Saturday night. John Blosser, wife and son were at Logan, Saturday night. Kline Bros, are making great im provements by building two new houses, James Blosser and mother were Lo gan visitors, Filday. Eev. M. R. White is storing Ills goods over the i.tore, making room for Alma Kline. Boys get your bells ready, some thing doing In our town in the near future. Joel Svvartz and wife had as their Sunday guests, ...

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. — 24 September 1908

FTPW f -i rs-jgjT'fyi "WV .W T ti ' ,l: X ill t .1 e MMMMM a ;' . V to ft i : I , Id f &T Xocal an6 53f-X3f5e3e3e5eSsilfe3e5E5E5E3?5E5E5e Mr. Homer Hi? day at Starr Hfieat Wedms Dr. Moore, t.r Ml Pleasant, is in Logmi, tudiv Mr. Chris Pabir, f Columbus, Was in Logan, &)uruUy. Miss Grace Green spent Sunday in Logan with lmr parents. Dr. Tipple, of Murray City, wbb a visitor to Logan, Monday. Mr. Frank Hookman, "df Sugar, Grove, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. A L Ulloin, of McArtliur, was a Logan viaitor Thuiaday. Col. Bob Klt'teuiiiler, of San dusky, is in Logan for a few days. NOTICE No hunting allowed on my farm MARION BISBOP If you want the'late New York Styles, go to the Home Millinery Co. Mies Grace Bowen returned Fri day from a visit with Columbus friends Mr. T. D. Trimmer, of Wash ington township, was in Logan, Tuesday. . Claude Pettit left Friday noon to resume his studies at Ohio State University. A nice line of Childrens hats at the Home Millinery Co , next to Tiptons st...

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. — 1 October 1908

?? rtfo' Hocking County Fair and Races, October 21, 22, 23 and 24 .! tf ". ffiaBBgSfa SRT Til P. OHIO tfoMOOlUT. a7liiYarNo4(t TIIH UUUKtMU IJ11NTIND1. OQtU Year No 11 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER i, 1908. The Only tteroooratio Paper In th, Oonnty Oltcnlntlon 3000 On Dollar Per Ttar wir'ia - & L) sr K DROU TH AFFECTED ? Sixteen Counties In Saloons HOCKING Logan Joins the Ranks of the Drys by A V. ', 51 Majority. m "Dry" Mo- Snloons County- jorlty. Alluded Hoekitig.... 718 28 'Jacks nJ ."...-1010 30 Viuton - 800 '1 Gnll-a., 1082 17 N-bie' inns 5 Guernsey 2115 30 Lawrenno 1000 22 Scioto 281 55 Vun Wort 801 21 - Adams 2000 5 Pike , 903 8 Athens U23 58 i m That day Iiiib come and gone looked forwaid to by the people of Logan and Hocking enmity oppos ed to the saloon for many years, and it brought victory to the "dry?" In no ' raistakable terms. It was a landslide, Even Logan went dry hy ,51, which was not hoped for hy the most enthusiastic prohibition worker. The h...

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. — 1 October 1908

-fi- -w( yfV " -rff 'm" ' iriifgp! ' r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. fUlil.tBHEn KVRIIY TIIUHHDAY MOIIHIMdi Hie Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNroltl'IIIIATKtl) l'UIIMHlllIIW Vlltini.l'. I.OW1IV, I'llKlltJKNT Hid. llANHKI., HFCIIhTAHV J. It. Dul.MHON, Kmimt Oiiah. It. Hkl'k Ahio, HiitTou.v Manaukii OKKtl'Kl In IKiIIIioii lllnok, Month Dour Etitcnul an Si-ouhil OIiish Multpr Outolmr I tixiil, itt Urn I'oic iiilioo ul l.otfmi, Ohio, umlerAct nf I'oiiKi'iiHHOf Mi'li :!, Ih7ii. Thursday, Oct. 1, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAT. TIOICKT Kor President WII.I.IAM .1. HIIYAN of Kobrnfikn. Kor Vice I'rt-slilL'iit JOHN W. ICKIIN' of Iiiilliiua. STATK For Governor JUOSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Usutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Portag For Supreme Judge HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of FranMIa. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Mlanrt. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont. For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOGA...

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. — 1 October 1908

VP& Fp "JL yjft 'It--rt fi. f 1 CLOSE UP 111 . ft ThXRANK8 Democracy's Cause In BMiyi State; OPENING AT MANSFIELD s Tide Runs, Strong For .Victory All Along (he, Line;; STATE AND NATIWrWUES Conditions at Ohio Capitol Require a Thorough Houaeoleanlng Governor Harris Called to Account For Rals nig Falso Issues to Hide Official Rottenness Suppression Is Confes sion, the Slogan Sounded by Judge Harmon Chairman Flnloy Throws Down the Gage of Battle. Promptly at 2 o'clock, with a vast throng assembled, Hon. W. L. Flnley, chairman of tbo state Democratic ex ecutive committee, called to order the opening meeting of the Demo cratic campaign In Ohio at Mansfield. In doing so .he spoke, brlafiyns follows I now take great pleasure in intro ducing as your chairman the next con gressman from the Fourteenth Ohio district. Hon. William O. Sharp. Mr. Sharp spoke briefly accepting the honor of presiding at the open ing meeting of the Democratic cam paign, then eloquently introduced Hon. uJdson Ha...

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. — 1 October 1908

nw I H.l fll I'l 1l - r-tK y . MUtttteWAsJiMtU H- Hfffpmv' fe SPIRITED SPEECH AT NIGHT RALLY Former Gover.nor Campbell, Demo cratic Candidate for Senator, QeU Back at Governor Harris. Former Governor James E, Camp bell, whoso administration was criti cised by Governor Harris at the lie publican campaign opening In Youngs town, spoko at the night rally of the Democratic campaign opening at Mansfield, Saturday, and showed up the unreliability of the governor's statements, Mr, Campbell, who was endorsed for United States senator by the state Oumocrutlc convention, de livered a spirited address on state as well as natlonul( issues, us follows: The boss-ridden and deendont or ganization now posing as the Repub lican purty, has recently presented two grotesque spectacles to the peoplo of Ohio, The tlrst was enacted at Cincinnati upon the day thut Judge Tuft broke nil long-speech records In a fruitless attempt to explain the de linquencies of the Chicago platform. Although he believes In p...

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. — 1 October 1908

- m v " 7nF rTsS? 4t?5Wjjwi:j7""""' 1!flr,m " s-j !$ I" . rr'mw'' -ww - rmmr - - -ififimrr' " ' ' :.7 B r ' K -r MMMMMi I v. v wv vvvv wvv iavvvvvvvv'vva Boards of Education May Be Fined For Nogloct of Duty. Public Bohoola wore established and maintained for public good, for tho good of tho wholo commun ity and the wholo state. Tho history of clyilization bIiowb dour ly that all natloiiB, both unoiont and modorn, aa a national policy educated the ruling classos, and when the ruling few, as 'in monarchies, .was shiftod to tho people, tho musses as in Domo cracibs, the eatue policy would show that tho musses, tho peoplo hould bo educated. The hie, the perpetuity of the state a Demo cracy depends upon ' this. This work is too valuable to be trtiBtod to private enterprise, bo the public school as an institution, controlled by the public and supported at public expense, has been establish-1 ed for the wholo people not a party, society, church or clique. The Ordinance of 1787 declared, "T...

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

E AT What will epponr very interest ing to tunny people hero is the nr tlolo tukoti froni u New York daily paper, Riving u slmplo preecrlp tlon, whioh Is aiiiil tn tu u positive remedy for buoknulio or kidney or bladder dertwiKeiueiit, If tnkeii be fore the Htuyu of Hrifjlil's iIIhuuhu. Fluid Extract Dandelion, one hulf ounce; Compound Kurgnn, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sar saparllla, throo ounces Shuko well in a bottle and take in teu Bpoonful doses after each meal and again at bodtimo. A well-known dniKRUBt here nt home, when ask regarding 'thla prescription, stuted that the in gredientn are all harmless, and can be obtaiued at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if aBked to do so. He further stated that while this prescription is oft en prescribed in rheumatic u mic tions with splendid results, lie could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kid ney and urinary troubles and back ache, as it has a peculiar action upon t...

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