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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

sptr,Bfir'r fKv -"""j-jjjr ? T ' wrgm miiwiiiwMw tmm THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE YOUR VOTB AND INFLUENCE WILL Hi: APPRECIATED ELECTION, NOVEMBER 3id. 190S Your Vote Will be Appreciated D. M. SOLIDAY Democratic Candidate for Clerk of Court (Second Term) Kftf ,, r $ RiiiiiiiiiiiiiB J; wB ny I IflliiHRn BRIMRBte't'ji , ".vJHI m- mm.Mm IRRRRRRRRM iiwn :, 'JM RRRmHi'Atv- ?tiUvRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRv iBTII JOHN E. CANTY DEMOCRATIC ' CANDIDATE KOR REPRESENTATIVE ELECTION, NOVEMBER 3nls 1908 J. W. GABRIEL DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE KOR COUNTY TREASURER (SECOND TERM) John C. Stoiighion Dcmocrntlc Cumllclate -for-P ROH ATE JUDGE of Hocklnjj County Etcrllon, Nut ember 3rd, 190? compliments or Geo. B. Williamson Democratic Candidate for SHERIFF of I rocking Counly (Second Term) ELECTION', NOVEMBER 3nl, 1903 COMPLIMENTS OK William D. Brandt Democratic Candidate for AUDITOR Of Hocking County ELECTION, NOVEMBER Jul, 1901. op; mv$ti I H COMI'LIMENTS OF H. E. SPARNON BKMOOUATIO CANDIDATE KOIt Prosecuting Attorney of Hoc...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

n. '" ItW -V -a-it' JEal .It - Tn..?- Tfl ltf 'NJf 1 'v tf TRUST RIDDEN PARTY Republican Leaders Should Ba in Courts for Violating Anti-Trust Laws. THE WEST COOL TO TAFT Forgery of Ex-President Cleveland's Name by Republicans. fox. Wit CnrritH Three I'reos Ajrenta ou ft Liixurinuu Train ami Hun to Send Out l'ostul Curds tu Get l'oojile to Utt-ut Hliu lu the Cities. Ch'icaeo, III., Oct. 1. Special. Con Bresinfian OUlo James, ot Kentucky, who niude the speech of the Denver convention In seconding the nomina tion ot Mr. Uryan, has arranged Bpehkihg dates in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kansas and Nebraska. Mr. Tardea 1b a popular speaker, and thero are da many demands for his appear ance dn the stump as any other cam paign orator. While a visitor at Dem ocratic National headquarters this week, ho said: "Bryan will be elected president in November by the greatest land slide the country has ever known. Tho record breaking crowds that greeted Mr. Bryan in Judge Taft's home city and state besp...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

'"W'' y w)ijiiwwr,Tyiwi)rir,y -y yyy "w ytmw-w KrwiJfw Kj"rfir'fiKT'''-' " "" Ik SOCIETY NWS W. C. T. U. The W, 0. T. U. will moot with Mrs. H. G. Hnnsol, Friday after noon ut two o'clock. Thimble and Art Mrs. W. H. Cowell will ho hud toss for tho Thimble and Art club Friday aftornoon. Jollity lub Mrs, Howard Starkoy will ro reive the Jollity Club Saturday evening at a masquerade party. Domestic The Domestic Chili will bo on tertulned, Thursday at a high neon dinner, by Mrs. Lydla Thnrness, Knights of St. John The Knights of St. John hold a session Tnosdny evening ut their Hall and spent the lime very pleasantly. A Da toll lunch was Borved, after which cards were enjoyed. Saturday Club Miss Naomi Jones was htistess for the Saturday Club at her homo on Main street, Saturday after noon. Miss Minerva White read a very interesting paper on "The fiotion of Scott," which was much' enjoyed. Oriole Dance The Oriole's gave a Hullow'oen dance. Wednesday night, which was quite a success. The h...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

)- i if yt0ptyWr"nwrM 1ST ti A A I Cola Run Goo Yiinteo and wife wore vis iting Joe Heavers and fnmlly. Mrs. Dolla Koat was seen passing down the valley, one day laBt week. Clarenoe Greon was soon passing with Goorgo Yanes, tutting a load of hogs to Lancaster, this morn ing. Blue Greek As little Jo did very well last week wo will let 111 tn try lb uaht. A. .It Garrett, of Kingston, was on our creek, some days last week, visit ing relatives and buying potatoes. Nora Seltz and two koiis, called on relatives In Kingston, last. week. Swackhaininer saw mill Co. Is at this writing, busily engaged in mov ing the mill and fixtures to a new Mabel Anderson is getting along Het , What Is known asltlg Hcecli fine with her school. Robert Jackson and wife and Mr. Gordon and wife woro soon in this valley, laBt Wednesday. Mrs, Alary YniituH and Sarah Beaverd wero expecting to go to Nelsntiville, Saturday, but couldn't at account of the rain. They ex pected to attend tho (Tnlyiness C. meeting. A. A....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

ft- I s u M To THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1008 L E N T W .? V 1 1 r fcJ THE JOKE OF THE ADDRESS OF ALBERT DOUGLAS TO THE STUDENTS OP THE UNIVERSITY AT ATHENS ON "MORAL IDEALS IN POLITICS." Douglas Attempts to Catch the Temperance Vote, Although His Ross County Boss is a Saloon-keeper. Oh Juno 14th, 1908, Congiessman Douglas delivered an address to thq graduates of the Ohio University at Athens, nd his subject was "Moral Ideals in Politics." Mr. Douglas began his address by quoting from an article written by-an English author named II. G. Wells, who had visited America and declared that American politics was based upon the ppwer of tho saloon. Before quoting the author Mr. Douglas said: "I have recently read with much in terest a book which many of you have doubtless also read. It is a book about America, wiittun by a widely traveled Englishman, II. G. Wells, and he calls it, 'The Future in America.' He takes what I hope and believe to be a too gloomy view of our futur...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 October 1908

v 3-' t'1 " "" ''" ' '" t- ' ;.' ;, t" ,J . ;-. -11- "'.jf ' !;' ,': ,'i L iAi '" . ' ' ' .,'-. LutM. m P1 m 1 1 1 I "W W rf 1 1 4 I M A '" -AHiciifl couiily wlo uro iiofdlng ilia . . , ,,'"' ' II I II II III II I II II 1 1 II I l , H.I., i 7iuroiinr i innn miinuii ww i . - ' 'i ntruuiHitd uuuDLAdsa&jiffi5",,ui: t His Record Exposed Republican County Obmmlttco; yon ' JL ' uio holding oflleo ns my gift mill Says that Lon Sears Represents Honest The Leading Republican newspaper of this District says Douglas tlitwiBh inc. I deiimmltliat you give Capital? is a Friend of Labor b . t 1 i m i X j a i n.r i j M to ilic republicans of Athens county In Field and Factory, was nominated by political mum. , . A truthful review of how ., , ,. , . , . ., i. ... T , . ,, . ., . ., J in, unit "" opportunity lo elect n ccntrnl coin- Tho Athens Journal Tells Just What Our Congressman Did During the Congressman secured his place on the ticket. llllltoo nlld lnnt you givo tllom m, op. B r B po.tu.il...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 November 1908

JG$!&'-fwy;?-' ip-TYi -m tjp pm Tt TT '? "J. Wr- fH DEMOeRATSENTINEL. iTOlftoe ri Till) OHIO nr.MOORAT. 27th Tear No 4B 'i'lll! HOIJKtNU SnNriMMi 68th Yer No 10 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. The Only Senicotkllo Paper In the Oannty Olronlatlon 3000 Ono Dollar Per Year l Jvvd At. HARMON AND HOCKINQ VICTORY ENOUGH FOR US The Entire Democratic County Ticket is Elected by Respectable flajorities I lESil BSBSBBBBBBBBBByBBF liHi! IHHI KBHBKSXVklKVM BKmmlBHftBKBHBKlBaHVw KflSM WHu9 AwVlnXw P7 I pHrTH rrBHTVHrrBKTSKTBKTVHn

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 November 1908

SWrlStPf I"" JT -h.r-n" li ?- -IT-" The Dinwiddies' Wedding Journey. Dy FLORENCE E. DttOOKS. Copyrighted, 190T, ' if K. C, t'arcella. For sonio tlmt' Aluenion Dlinvldillu laut boon mi ciiiliu.slastlt.' tiiLMiibot' uf tlic (Jutitl'Muoii h Automobile club; therefore tils filt'i'uln were nut at all mii'lirlKi'i.1 wltli iho miiKHincutiiL'iit tlint la Intuiuleil taking liUt wedding trip In one uf these iiuu'lilnoM. He uiiil LU bride were to Hittut three weeks lti tbln way, kuIiik where fancy dictated. The quiet iuoiuIiik wedding was held at the eotnitr.v home uf the bilde, aud. wltb the eceptlun of the two fainlllus and ollUiIatlnc clerityiiiuu, no one was present uxi'cpt ltonald Smith, the groom's chum and almost brother, who wna equally addicted to the auto, though not ho expert In Its unmade incur. The wedding service was over, aud the moment bad arrived for the de parture of the bridal couple, livery oue was out on the driveway to bid tlioni godspeed. The baggage having been sent on ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 November 1908

mr" JT" p fHmSrf ' 'i, y ,WS l-,i,V , U ' " 4 . L n K, "' ' "HfV r-, ip8pi J J'S WINTER FOOTWEAR J J Th&ro is no time in tho your wlion you need a shoo that will stand-tho wear so much as in winter. Whiter rainsand snowprove too much for a shoddy shoe. 'In buying our fall linorf wo wore wire cling shoos that aro wonr resistors and wo can assure you that you will nsnko no mistake in coming here, lir, ...... .1.1 ..,.11 .. .n..rl! 1 .-.. 1 1. ....I !... f.. M".... !'..., ...,,! rSnnrr M'llntt lll'rt lilt ? Wb tfould call your Iliitwr tnv wiii'm wnnflmii. Don't forgot that vo supply you at prices that I. S (7i iSTEDEM&CO. t KM urn u LOCAL NEWS See C. L. Frnckei- for Tile Work. Mrs. T. .1. Leyshon spent Wed nosdr.y in Columbus. Mr. B Harrington, of Columbus, was a visiter (o Logan, Tuesday. See Oi L. Frncker for Cement Work. Mr. Lawrence Yerpjoa Bpont Tuesday and Wednesday at iTome. Miss llose McCortney,of Athens, spent Sunday with relatives in thin city. Mr. Nick Till, of Junct...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 November 1908

r -Fimmfim r : ,w8!psrwi i- ( ft f bmocsbntinbl WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED BVRRT THITKflDAr MOKNINO. The Logaa'Printlng and Publishing Co. (trtcfourniiATKii) I'Utn.tfliitJith if f .(.It I. I V I nuMiv. h . Pllffril HUNT 11. M. 1IAN3KI,, riKOKKTAHYJ j. u. noM.isn.s, ... i,iuhk L'nAs. II. Hkck Ammo, Kllhou.l M.tNAor.it (ito'iCMl-ln tXillMm Illnck, Htnith Door fiiltcruiln) Hecdliil OIiIm Mnttt-r Ofllobor t I Mil, nl tliu I'iMt oIIIuh ill l.ii(iiM. Uliln, lllldei- AUt of i:oiinleH itf .MWi il, ISTW. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1908. MENTION HERRIGK FOR CABINET JOB Washington Gossips Anticipate Tail's Selections, Washington, Nov. 5. It Is nssumod pretty generally among ihoso who ar" already speculating on the per. sound of the Taft cabinet that Mr. Tuft will look to his own state for some of his cublnet material, anil this conjecture leads to ex-Governor Herrlck of Ohio, whoso name has been suggested In connection with the secretaryship or the treasury. Ex-Governor Herrlck has long been identifie...

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. — 5 November 1908

( " 1 I. I Ji ; ( H Y y - 3h r Ifwe, 4 ji i)miiiliniiWHl'WWIWn H.WWM8M John E. Canty !Pj&9fV Our Representative 35 Majority . TSeM JltiS' Judge J. C. Stoughton Probate Judge Elect 279 Majority William D. Brandt itTvyiiate Auditor Elect 436 Majority Treas. J. W. Gabriel y fw ff0r 5' - SwiFEVifsg & - & S"" rss; &. ,WSs sst'wMy im HmWi fifllf Ji Re-EIected by 400 Majority General G.-G. Gage Elected Coroner by 71 Majority w'CT' 1 3F HBP" p s&5o,s23S f $88&&&k SS& JxSz?M&J $$ i j&xzmw ' tmsussm C. 1X'a'TO5 S s ivc -J7rsJHr irSF'--. iSSt? Kr-. i&sm&s!1 iwwiMMtiHu --i..i9'si.. iwsJ MrVtjtf -4T .CJW0K;f IKTiJWVJkCU JMfcBp "gP .mtmw MfHRMMHIMm Our Commissioners J. E. Barron ReElected County Commissioner W. F. Armstrong Commissioner Elect John Connors Commissioner Elect Peter D. Sloan Elected Recorder 319 Majority James Bebout Ft - JT ' 1 r. 'j ; V V T,'W . Jil V s f , , i. -' .vcr stm -'t -i j v iffy '" County Surveyor Elect 246 Majority 3V...

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. — 5 November 1908

"-rrirgS i ' VOTE OF HOCKING VOTING lUlKGlKOTS "2 c "! 53 Logan - I First Waul .... ... Second Ward -. ! Tldrd.Wurd Fourth Wuid Hentou . ... Falls I Goie Precinct, 1 Good Hope. 1... . 1 G ree n First, I'rci'Inel Second Pieclnet, ( leendale I'lecinet. ... .. ' Laurel ! Marlon r ' Perry - I First Precinct Second Precinct Lauielvlllc Precinct, .....; Saltcreek ' Starr - , First Precinct ' Second Precinct Third Precinct ' Ward- I Carbonlilll Precinct ... Murray Olty Precinct ! Jobs Precinct i Coalgate. Precinct . .. j Monday Pieclnct . . . . i New Pittsburg Precinct. Sand Hun Precinct ... . Washington l.'I 1:17 mi ItV, '2 i:i: I.V.I UW IS! S'Ji i:ti) it'jl nil mi (I iK ,!i) 1111 tVJ 5.-. "!l l)S 87 c,:t! Il!)j 55 M. lit)' (ill! 127i 4tt :i: I B 1 hi 1:17, i-hj: 77 7.' 113 85 loO ".I'l or, ti:i! 51 18 111' 2S!" 1!7 Totals for County Pluralities 27.'l()i23!)2i274:i 1 IT TO Judson Hai moil has been elect ed Governor of Ohio by a plural ity that cannot possibly go below 40,000, and at its p...

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. — 5 November 1908

J'W"W( vwwwf&vrmKrttyF-"'nm?j) iw '- -w t-si..-Tim- tp u) er WONDERFUL t lu NEW iEATHER After ycaiv o' experimenting Ettdicoil- Johmon Co., tip largest tanners and shoo makers In the world, have just perfected 'a process ol tanning by which a new kind ot sole leather Is made that wilt outwear two or more ordinary soles. This new leather, which Is called Kromtlk, Is the creatst achievement of the century in shoe making. Since the first leather shoe was made, up to the present time, It has been found Im possible to provide suitable and substantial material for the sole that would make this part of the shoe equal the wear of the upper, the averago upper often proving equal tu two or three soles. In recent years of highly developed genius along special lines many attempts have been made to solve this baffling problem without success. In the solution of this problem EuJicoll Johmon Co. have perfected a leather that not only meets the demand for longer wear, but a leather that Is bett...

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. — 5 November 1908

rri t n"r -T -gnV TT W -tjt W Wrlw lF 1 Frjli """oyf 1 'i fr b? r T i P- r ? ij iimnmmmnimwnwiwmwinmiiimniminmmnwnniK With the B B B B B B B OUR NEW tin rH j'im i f till iiv ivin ' x I IHil f V. If 1 1 Hi Ml 11 3r In our new fall slock you will find a great variety 3 of new things to choose from. New pattern's, new H 5E styles, new models, individual stylus that you will 5 g: not find anywhere else. B B can give you anything you want at any price may ask. Come and see us. Prices range Suits and Overcoats from I $25.00 down to $6.00 1 B WARM UNDERWEAR g- Mens extra heavy, fleeced lined at Mens heavy ribbed Underwear, at B Mens heavy, red and tan, wool Underwear, Q-t rf 3 B Mens heavy ribbed Union Suits, (t- rf a Mens fleece lined Union Suits, . at Boys fleeced Union Suits, only Roys fleeced Underwear, at Mens and Boys Sweater Coats, plain and fancy colors with fancy trimming-, large line to choose from, prices range from 44.50 down to i .. . B B B B B MENS HEAVY PANTS Mens heavy Jean...

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. — 12 November 1908

'4i)ytiiy'"iStl y iwini"" ,-nmrv- vtruTfi . -. "?wrfJp'T fv ' t m r-1 mob t 9 MAtor'a Oflloa THE DEMOeRAT'SENTINBL. TI?n OHtO nr.MOOUAT. aTlhYmNctO TII1I HuUICINU SIlttrlNKT, OHlli Tour No 17 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. Th'e Only Demoontlo Piper In Oi County OlionUtlon 3000 One DolUr Vor T mP,mill.'''''W:'iei i .1' pii?!iwi?riti!?TwwwwwTTnwww'!w?ri FURS The Fashionable Kind for Winter Wear t&$&fP An cxoollpnl showing of practical now stylos in KICMA1JLE .FUttP that arc inoxponsive in price. Tho loss expensive grades of furs are well represen ted in a largo and carefully selected assortment. The wide range of styles, the trustworthy qualities and the low prices at which they are offered provide an opportunity to save money on your fur purchases. Ladles black' and brown Coney Fur Scarfs with long fiKn brush tails, two special good values, at $1.00 and.. OOC. Ladles fancy shaped, brown Coney Scarfs and ties, sonic with animal head trimming, satin l...

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. — 12 November 1908

"?;W vp)rT rnMnrtta - -- 7r-qwT-,""y"' niffiir'''l',1 L.' ,N &2::::S::a:::&::2:2 a taj SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS iai l& Clear Croek Mrs Mnnio llonsloy, of Rock bridge, mid Mrs. Allio lteoiigher, called on Mrs. Win .1. Oirpenter, Thursduy morning. Henry Oaves vliitcd with IiIh brother Clint, of neur liunciiHtiir, Wednesday. Kddio Carpenter was been puna lug through our vicinity on routo to Sugur Orove, Friday. Pote ICrnft was n our roads eurly Friday morning. Win. .1 Carpenter whh ii I.ogun shopper Friday. Cleveland Azbel ptiFHod through our vulley Tuesday. John Klick was a Rockbridge shopper Tuesday. Frank Edwards and lady friend were seen out driving on our pikes Sunday evening. Hert McCoy, of Lancaster, and Mies Ida Fiuefrouk, oT Pino Gnvo, and mother Mrs. Sarah Finefrock, were travelers on our roads Sun day. David Flowers and wife, of Brownville, visited their daughter Mrs. Win. J. Carpenter at Pine Grove, Sunduy. John Eli ok passed through our vicinity Monday. Mies...

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. — 12 November 1908

ggiaairq "rw"1" vry -t&NHW ' ' "Vw" v- i vsass wsi m.m,-i. it liiiif i ni m .ml .'Ppi"fig u 1! iiiki liXjfl i t Where theB Door upens Constantly You can quickly heal andkcep cozy lite draughty hall or cold room no mailer what the weather conditions arc and if you only knew how much real comfort you can have from a PERFECTION 09 Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as high f5 ui u iuy us yuu picasc uicrcs no uangei no sitiokc no smell i just direct intense heat that's because of the smokeless device. S bcaulilullv finished in nickel and innan orna mental anywhere. The brass font holds 4 quatls, giv ing heat for 9 hours. It is light in weight easily .carried from room to room. Every heater warranted. .Th6iSajrtLamp A" steady light ideal to read or study by. Made of brass nickel plated, latest im proved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer does not carry Perfection Oil Heater and Rayo Lamp write our ne...

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. — 12 November 1908

-"TJ - "?- -f -v - ? ?vf i-w" -n rv SOCIETY NEWS QI? OTHER TOWNS K K r-wmspv " si m ws !' i mmKuwmmBmUiimut ttf S MV SUf I Wl h 21 .lJC"" llVs32Zrsri MWXJS"itfJf:UII NS. IS S Iter-. BMfesBl i W """ Ifllj I1H Hlil'iMManftMl 1 I """ SK This Hot Air Furnace Has No Superior Prices Reasonable. We sell all kinds of Knoll nj and Spouting. Let us ligurc your work. Al Work Guaranteed by t lie LOGAN ROOFING WORKS DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUUI.ISHKD KVEKY THUKSDAY 3IOKNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCnilFOHATKD) I'unuHiimts VlKOfL.CI.OWKV, - I'KKHIIIKXT K.U. HA.VSKI, - SKCUKTAKV J. B. Dol.T.IIOV. - - - KltlTOK C'HAS. II. HtlMC - A-!l. Kill fOK.tM A.N All Kit OKKICtJ: ill UollLson Illock, Snutli Door Kntcred na .Seeoiii Olam Mutter OrUiliei I lMtj, ut Hie l'unt otlli'o in l.ngiiii, uljlct, uniler AeUdlCmistrosi-. of .Mi'li :i, isrii. Thursday, Nov. 12, 1908. Lon Sears' Remarkable Race in Congress. Ni)w that the official (inures of the lute election tire coining In, i...

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. — 12 November 1908

,1 Probate court Nov. 4. Application filed x by Joseph If t) (It noH for committment of Martin A. llillltno tu Athens Kute IliiEpltiil. Hearing had Nov. 5, Testimony taken. Finding tlmt Martin Hu 111 io ib an insane person utul subject to bo cuunnii ttetl to Hi H)ltnl. Application for ad mission Hindu. Aim warrant to cnnvov returned, with endorse- t in out of Hiipcrintendoiit. p Nov. 7. Applioation (lied for nppnjiitinont of guardian by W. II. Rtiuher a minor; bond ordered b it in of iji'jriOO. Sumo tllod and up proved. Letterti issued to Win. 1J Itiiiihur, guardian. On Saturday, Nov. 7, at 0 o'clock I'. il., resignation of .loll n (J. Stnugl ton hh Kiliool exnniinor was filed in Probate Court to take immediate effort. Resignation neoopted unci application filed in writing by Holland Bright Hume , clato, to bo appointed to fill out term to August -HI, lOOfl Ap pointment made and commission ifisiied. MAItlllAOi: i.ior.Nsns CharloH F. Voro, Nelsonville, and Alice Sckwonke, Logan. Wui....

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. — 12 November 1908

www siv(iffW' pmfmf V vtgtrv- lflw---ir5' J Undue Advantage. Hy what ntlthority unnGovornor Harris issue a mil to cunvono in eltranrdlnary session u legislature tliat Iiuh no existence!1 Under what ollllfjntion nro tlio , men to whom tlu cull Is Iflflitoil to Ud to moot at LMttsburg I'onii respoml toHtieh ik.mII? ylvnnin, Deoonihor 2, 3, I mid ft, These (juuHtioiiH tire lio'ng naked H'OH. bv lawyers who Imvo looked into T i'rosidont miiy npintnt ton the auliject or llm t oyernnr calling a spoaiul Hopslun of ihu legislature to convene January 1, 1OO0. Tlio law provide that ton duys must intervene between the cull for the session iind tlio convening of tlio session. Thin makes it necessary for the governor to jbsuo the cull on or bofore Decemhor 25, if lie wnnts tlio legislature to con vene on .January I. Deeoinbor 25 is a, holiday, so tlio call would have to bo issued on or bofore De cember 21. Under the constitution, members of the legislature do not tako of fice till January 1 of t...

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