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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

iM.r,A nvn'siraBmfff.w.fusJi. y.iai;y.Arjj.flAn. ,f. , i .wwiinw i ifc.. , c V JiiSiSiSiSiS'Sl2S2S2S252S2S2S2S2 Xocai anb H jltjjfejy&jw !&!&'!&' Mr. F. M. McKay spent Friday in llremon. Mr. und Mrs. tint Murphy, of AtlieriB, roturncd homo Monday. Mr. John Heist), or Murray (Jlly, wnsa visitor in Logan on Tuesday. Mr, und Mrs. Lawrence Uano,nf NeAaanvllle, woro Sunday visitors . Iiuru. Sir. .1. W. Jenkins, of Murray City, waB a visitor in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. Mike O'Riloy, of Gore, wna a visitor in Logun on Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemper, of Columbus, Bpont Sunday with Lo gan friends. Mr. William Cage, of Union Furnaee, was in Logan on Friday of last week. Mtb. Julia Dew and two children are tiie guests of her mother, Mrs. Preston, of Athens. Miss Daisy Lehman, of Colum bus, is visiting friends and rela tives in Logan this week. The MisseB Troxel, of Rock bridge, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Huls a few days last week. Dr. John Reible, of Columbus, ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

fc-f tfYW vf-f h ' " IT rvv- I j 11 . imSV ' fflv Hatunlay Club The .Saturday Club hud a very pleasant meeting, Saturday iifter nonn with Miss Kuitna Floyd as hostess. Miss Howlhy sent a very able paper nn Louiso Chandler Mnultnn, which was :ead by MIbs Mcilrtlle. Mrs. Will Rort gave two selections from the sumo Author. The remainder of the af ternoon was devoted to Lincoln. Ladies Whist Mrs. John F. White was hostess for the Ladies Whist Ulub, Friday afternoon and some very pleasant hours spent at the whist tables. Mrs. Will Howen won the prize, a china brush and comb tray. Mrs. White served an elaborate four course supper, assisted by the Misses Ruth Sweeny and Mattie Slatzer. Mrs. Harry Robo and Mrs. Anna Jeffrey were guests. Nelsonville Commandery On Friday night of last week, Logan Commandery 116 Ivnight of St. John about fifty strong, ac companied by a goodly number of the St. Mary's Auxiliary, took a special train to Nolsonville to in stitute a Commandery in that "ity to be c...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

iii. mini ... i.i. - f ,."',-, TIT7ir1,',.,,-,!ft-,i " AjttrfftViife,ir-,KVl(fniHi n.1 ii. ii i. i,,i ,J sm-i i - , p ,JM I Mwtln n 1 OB 7WH DEMOeRATSENTNEL. THC OHIO DEMOCRAT. 27tb Tear No 0 Tnr. H00KIHO BllNTlNEI, OBth Ter No 32 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, Ottto, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. The Only Dtmooridlc Paper In tni Oonntj OlronUllon 3000 One DolUr Ptr Tear MANY CASES I Last woek wo reoltod that the trlafot Dr. II. G. Campbell vb ,W, A. Henderson for money was on, utul the case took till day and far into the night for the Jury to decide. They gave Dr. Campbell a verdict of $'20. an. The cuho grew out of the dispute of ac counts. The caBeof Levi Qr'een vs Henry Fauble, Admr. of George Yunteu, for money was heard on Friday, tried to the court, and the pluin till' was awarded a vet diet of $118.15. In the matter of the cauo of Charles Grigsby ye The Hocking Valley Ry. Co. for damages getting hurt on the railroad ua an em ployee, was settled by the defend ant paying to the plaintii...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

" ; nn-w - -jvf-.r it s f tf'rXF" ''''W'ltjMgJJJI:! ! I DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. puni.iniiiD RVRtir TiiunsDAT moknino, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (iNCclltl'OHATKIt) 1'UlltilMllKUB VmtJtl, ('. I.OWKY, I'ltKHIIJKNT H.(l. HAMNKt,, HKUiirrAiiY J. II. Dom.Ihon, KntTun Uiiah, II, Mkck Ammo, IJnnoit.t MANAOKK OFKllIKi-Iii DoIIIhoii HluuU, Houth Door I! lite reil n Hocoinl Ulum Muttur Octobor 1 lvii, nt Ui u rust nlllou ill liugnu, Ohio, umliir Act of CiinniuHiiil Mi'li II, ls,t, Thursday, Februury 25, 1909. Tie the Governor's Hands. As passed by the house the Woods 1)111 for mi lnvostluutioH of state depurtuients und institutions Is 'a fraud. It is but another nieue of trickery suuli as the desperate plotters of the state Re publican maohine have been wont to practice upon tlio people in the past few years. Protending to give the governor enlarged powers of investigation into the conduct of state depart ments and institutions it abridges and makes impotent the limit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

-? ki, b & v. n ; n &&m&mm&&m&&&&m&&&&& Xocal anb I'iK jttw&jte,,&,!&',, jfct&lii& Mr. Clms. II. Hook was t (Jo- luuihua ylnltor ovor Sunday. Judge W. II. Woitzul, or AtlioiiB, wub a visitor in Logan. Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Oliver wore gliosis of friotidB in Columbus on Sunday. Mr. I. J. LiiulBey wub a biiBlnoss visitor in Columbus on Friday of hint week. Messrs. Elinor Poling and Kvort Mattox wero visitors in Columbus on Sunday. Mr. Willium MoGrudy, of Rock brldge, was a visitor in our ofllco on Suturdny. Mr. Jay West, of Westorville, Was a visitor in Logan on Satur day of last week. Judge 0. W. H. Wright was in Nelaonvillo on Wednesday of last week on legal business. Mr. J. W. Schaal, of Washing ton township, was a visitor in Lo gan on Thursday of last week. Auditor Martin was down on Ills farm in Gallia county on Mon day, outlining the spring work. Mr. George Kulin, of Gibison ville, was in Loga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

jiH.)ill1itBiVjtUrtmtuiniJHM IWIM iumihihiiiiiiiihii in mwimtmi'. V h I PROSPECTUS OF The HOCKING GAS & OIL Co. ffl II THE COMPANY. TUP, HOCMCING (IAS &OIL COMPANY If a corporation ortfanled under the laws of Ohio, with an original Capitalization of 1000 shaios Wi per share. At Its Incorporation; leases had been secuicd on ulwut 1000 acres of lands In Marlon, Falls, Wash ington, Starr and Oieen Township In Hocking County lying adjacent to known das producing terrltoiy and to whore Oil has been In evidence for SO jears-(a well near Logan drilled that long ago stills puts forth oil.) Without watting to sell a dollar's woith of stock tho rt men active In the organization or the company, pledged each other to put up money to drill a well, In what was then denominated "wild cat territory." and the well was forth w It.li located and drilling begun. This well was diilled through to the Medina red lock and while It failed to pioduce Oil In paying (luantltles it was not "a duster or ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

lim ii il II II imii j.iiii.iim iiiiiii mil Mini I I 1 IN. Xocal anb i5E55W55S555S5ESl!i5EW555ES55S;K5e Mfssrs. Tim Morlarty and Tom Wobb wore Columbus visitors, Monday. ' Mr. Mlko O'Roilly, of Goro, waB n visitor in Logan on Tuosdny of tills wook. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frod Shorrnrd, on Friday, February 12, n daughter. Mr. Ralph Edmiston, of Colum bus, was n visitor in Logan a fow dnys this wook. Mr. J. V, Elder, of Shawnoo, was tho guost tho past week of his daughter, Mrs. .Tosbo Voris. Mr. William Tolbert and family, of Lancnstor, woro guoHts of frionds and rolatlvos in Logan, on Monday. Mrs. Clara Woiland and Bon Raymond and wife, of Columbus, woro in Logan over Sunday, visit ing relatives. Mr. Carl Judy was in Columbus Wednesday of this wook to spo bis father, who is sick in.Mt. Carmol Hospital in that city. Mrs. Harvey C. Garber, of Co lumbus, with Miss Ruth Bishop were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bishop. Mr. Lawrence Yorges left Wed nesday for Sandusky to attend the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

U It 1 1, i UNDER TROPICAL SKIES Soma Facts That Tend to Dispel Pop ular Conceptions of the "Tropics." Many people, when the word "tropica" Is mentioned or seen In print, conjure to (he mind a vast growth of Jungle, forest and swuinp, luhitUlted by ferocious uiiltuuls and venomous reptiles, foul with pol3onous liilumniis, the breeding place of dread disease and Insull'ewhle to all except Its habitants by reason of a torrid sun which mercilessly scorches, sears uud eventual!) kills the unaccllmated white mau. In some cases this concep tion Is well founded, particularly In Its application to the tropics of Asia mid Africa. In great contrast to this generally accepted idea, however, the tropics of Mexico stand out conspicuously. Situ ated about midway between the tenth und twentieth degrees of north lati tude, the sun's hu.it tempered by the cool breezes of the Gulf of Mexico on the one hand and the l'.tellle ocean on the oiher, the Mexican tropics pos sess the niorit delightful of cli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

'Tf. m i mm, t,j inmi.wji.ii in rim '.mu n lij mi mi. l 'qBim- IW Ulinm,WTP)WwpWWWlf TffWI'UWrciWIIIIRI'IW ii p i ii jiwMpn m mn 1 1 w ! p 1 1 ii up i ii 1 1 wi w'fiP'gBP i' i m urt 8&&&2:&Ka222(:2 Xocal ant) Wkmmm'x''Mm'M''m'jv Sowing of nil kinds dnno on uliort notice. Call Citizens' phono B01-O. Mr. Wllllnni Morgan, of Murray City, Was in Logan on buslhoss Monday. Mr. W. F. Krlnn, ol4 Lniirol township, was a visitor In Logan, on Monday. Mr. Myron Pond, of Somerset, was an ovor Sunday visitor In Lo gati with rohxtivos. Mr. Jack (Joe, of C'urhonhill, Wub a business visitor in Logan on 'Monday of this week Miss Irene Cook, of Newark, is the guest this week of lior cou sin, MIbs Gortrudo Shrudor. Mr. H. D. Devoro, of Vinton, wqb a visitor with his sister, Mtb. jf. Bs.Dollison in Logan, Monday. The schools took a vuuationQon Monday of this week because of the nutianul holiday, Washington's Birthday. Mr. Herniun Soidonfiold, of Murray City, was a visitor in Lo gan on Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 February 1909

-L j- ,i,'. ,. I, i,:, Hjf.itJ ,., ... f ,i i" ..... i. u'i(yft fii t v'1 5 A 'f " ' J I. . I.I I ' " I ' ' ' HI . Ill II. .... , , . t ITTJ."L Tl n fl TV H-1m. Thr. n.,r, II it o . i t? 1 rfc-7.i II a m t J. t 1 he one For Saturday, February 27th The Johnson - Beverage Co. tin m uur we mi m day sales which we s J J New White Lingerie Waists, beautifully trimmed with dainty laces and having full length" sleeves, your choice for 98c arc going to hold every week this year will be money savers for you. We arc going to make them stand out from the rest of the week in the bargains we shall offer. Big and generous and worth coming mtlrc tn iirt. Annt-lter fnntiirn nrinttf fluise snips is worth remember- Successors to A finrfinl fnr S.ntlird.'iv. Pelirimrv 27rh in the st4 "k V Grocery Department. 25 pound bag Granulated k I jT Sugar (one day only) for V" $ ing at each one scattered through the store, will be a number of unadvertised special MAINS, each will be bigger and better than the on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

swjjfWf'W "Vw ""' WW' iudUor' Offlo. mohioft uket, 7YE DEMOGRAT'SENTINEh. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 27th Tear No 0 Tnn nooKiNO bentinm, oath yr No 33 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909. Tit Only Democratic PAper In the Oosnly OlronUtlon 3000 Ono Dollar Pr Year V fc X. I. '.I I r n COMMON I Tlio ctteo oT tlio Ststo of Ohio vh Polly Stul tz, for cutting with in tent to kill or wound wna tried in the common pious court, Thursday and a verdict returned of guilty, of cutting witli 'intent to wound.' This ceso grow out of a saloon fight more thu.ii a year'ugo, in the Wurner saloon. Stultz was talking to some car shop men, or rather men who wero working In building tho HhopB. They got to parleying about labor unions and union cards, and jostling each otlior, when Stultz was shoved ovor, and ho then resentod tho jolt by taking out a razor and giving one of tho ,men a few swipes acrosB tho nock. Tho wounds were not deep nor dangerous, and wero sewed up ira mediately by a physician...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

mmr mv- -Jff v n-V -V - '"( DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FUBt.UHKll KVKHY TlttlltHUAT MOltNINU. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNConi'OHATRt)) l'lMIMHllKKM VlHlltt.C. I.OWUV, I'KRStllKNT H.U.HANMK1., HKl'llKTAllY J, It. NohMSON, KtllTOH CltKH, 11. IlKt'K Asl. KulTOK.tMANAOKH OKKIOKI-In DmIIIhoii lllock, Hoiltli Door EntnocI ns .Mocotnl Olnsi Mntti-r October 1 IWHJ, nl UlO 1'lHt Ollll'll III 1,01(1111, Oil III, under Act of Cmmrmsof Moii n, 1S7V. Thursduy, March 4, 1909. Obeying tlic Bosess. This npeuiiil petalon of the legis lature wub conceived in political Iniquity, bsgiin with political ini quity, tind tlie Kepub.icnn bosses liuve decreed tluit it shall cotitiniio and end in political iniquity. The Btudied purpose of it all is to hamper the i.dministrution of Governor Harmon in every possi ble way. For this purpose the recess ap pointments of the retiring Repub lican governor were railroaded through the first day of the ses sion and was the only business transa...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

.sttmt0t' Jtfatl liilllTV. Uh 'f I W r N rr i ...u..uiuiminniuniuiiiit j.jni n i' ! i wnw 1 1 jjfjwp nka1, f -X 5f X- X X SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS :'''' Pike Run No. 10 John .Stephenson, cf Girclevillo, was tlio guest of his brother A. E. Stephenson and fuinily from Sat urday until Monday. Marion Devault and eon Noah have beon engaged in making locOst poets the past week. Sylvester Doyault oallod on A. E. Stepenson, Sunday. Abe Hawk, of Tar Hollow, was the guest of his nieco, Mrs. Owista Stephenson and family Tuesday and Wednesday. Jessie Diehl was scon in our midst Wednesday. Gurnie Smith was seen moving a load of furniture to his new home. He will commonce keeping house at the old Stephenson place on'Fiko Run. James Garrett and Ambrose Stephenson made a business trip to Huynes, Monday. Mrs. Irene Smith made n busi ness trip to Hayncs, Thursday and brought home with her her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Tailor, and her two daughters. I. C. Lacy, our huxter, is doing a very fine business...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

J!T"Vt -wrT "TSfVW " '" .! -34. nw.H i iH.ll " i It's a Clever Story The Real By EDITH HUNTINGTON MASON Agatha We Will Print It SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS X X X X X , Pl I.PJ.J Pine Valley Harley Davis passed through this pluco last Monday on route to Robb county, whore lie expects to work the coming summer. Wesley Woodurd, of Logan, whb out on Ins farm at this pluco last week. Charles Andorson made a Hying trip to Logan last Wednesday. Elijah Woolover and Alonzo Ungor were in this Vulley last Wednesday. Floyd Kreachbaum and Frank Kobison were seen on our streets one day last week. Ira Anderson attended the spell ing at Walnut Valley last Wednes day night. Alonzu Unger made a business trip to Logan last Thursday. Mrs. Zuriah Keck called on Sarah Dillon last Thursday. H. W. Kitchen was in Ross county last week on business. Ellis Davis, of Gibisonville, passed through this valley last Saturday. Miss Rosa Keck spent last week with Mrs. H. W. Kitchen. Ira Anderson was in Logan last Sat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

" bxaaisaKttMXMwtmm ?WOUMtMattMIMlftHwgjfciitjBM!teiBtt mu ..i. I umII ml f 'ki i i r 1 1 1 - ' -w1l" -i fc , . tmft i. D 11 J, I h "I'ii yi i i1 f n iii" I'n i pir1 i iii" i0 tious SPsii AAtil BAKING yw huj The only baking: powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made-'from Grapes Xocal an& Mr. John Dickon spent Tuesday in New Ktraitsvillo. Mr. V. K. Shaw, of Lancaster, spent Monday in Logan. ' -1 ' ' f - ' - ' , Miss Cherry, of Newark, is the guest of Mrs. Helle Hyson. Mr. Ely Donaldson spent Mon day afternoon in Columbus. Miss Rflle Myers left Monday for lior home at Amanda, Ohio. The Misses Kleinschmidt spent Saturday afternoon in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Leyshon were Columbus shoppers, Monday. Mr. L. D. Johnson spent Thurs day with his family atNelsonville. Mrs. I. B. Wilson, of Naw Straitsville, was in Logan, Friday. I Woods McCarley has returned from a visit to his mother at Vin ton. Mr. John Lovott, of Murray City, was a' Logan visitor, Tues day. ' . Sewing of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

f lWfiGr '" Mmfttm tAMAlfttWm 4 f if V Vi r 'P'"'! ' A CARGO THAT PAID What an Enterprising Boston Skipper Realized From a Doubtful Ven ture In Fruit, Something less thuu fltty years ago a sen captain linllltiff from Uoston found hlnuulf In Jaiiialru with uu ie turn cargo for his home port. Ueltig of u ftpoi'Uluthe turn of mind ami willing to "tulte a llj or." as the suylns Is, he ileiilikd to (111 tip his boat with u load ot luiunnn, then almost un known In the t'nlli'd Status. Tho fruit ln'tiif, iili'iitlftil and absurdly cheap, he pioceoded to Mil tho hold of lily vessel, tutor which he set sail for Uoston. Ai riving at home, the specu lative mariner put his cargo on the market and was surprised anil delight ed with the result. Within forty-eight hours tho last bunch was disposed ot and the captain Immediately chartered another vc.sul, repeated the trip, with the same result, and eventually amassed a fortune. The Boston captain was only one of many who have made fortunes in banan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

-mjv-t. a, vrt'?Bg,j'v7yyT--a-PT 3 , fc differ -- - v4fC 1. V 1 iL.i.mwimiij'K"! wins. iiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiini"i"iiii wihuhi wii iii'imiii"ii j22-i22ll222S22ii Xocal anfr liii Mr. ClliTStatkoy, tf Union Fur nace, waB in Login nn Saturday. Mr. EJ Conrad, of Rookbrldgo, was, in Logan Friday on business ..-,... .Ill II I !!- Mr. William Skidmoro wub in Murray City last week on busi JAB's .s 'Auditor Martin wuh in Akron on MonUay of this wook on tittsl - I10BH. Mrs. Ed Shorr and cliildron arc visiting her inotlior at Moxuhaln, Ohfo. Mr. Eph Strutton, of Nelson viHo, was u visitor in Logan on Monday. Mr. LMillip Wolfe, or Goro, waB in Logan on Saturday and onllod at our ofllco. Mr. Harry Wagner, of Colum bu8,,nvaB in Logan ylsiting friondB over Sunday. Mrs. T. E. Warren has gono to Oak.' Hill, Ohio, to spend a few days with her people (' Mr. T. W. McClanaghan, of Lancaster, was a visitor in Logan on'BJonday of this week. ' . Mr, Henry Watkins, of New Straitsvllle, was a visitor in Logun ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 March 1909

-n tf,Vtff,yrm wr srp l'JasgJPwr."'-wwJJkt!p,l' .mv- M- ri .a a, rs( ra-H--" t u-fH rfcs liaiA.iikliukJdLUkiAj OUR ONE DAY SALE The enthusiastic reception kIvpii our store last, Saturday him prised us: pre)ared as e were, tin1 crowd elcaiied out seeral of our liljr unadvertlsod bargains. Other birgalns specially bought Just for these sales keep coming In, though, so you will alwas ilml something tempting, awaiting you. We want to cinplia,sl7o especially, that hereafter, overy Saturday will be 'Jtiirt Wnl.st Day ul our .stoie. Always something new and special at 9c. Other Values up to $8.00. For Saturday, March 6th tfkirts, values up to $ i . 71 for.. .. Wo. will soil nint'k II fill li u r b I oo in Hott'l llt'l lli'io lo Lute, fJome in llio Morning The Johnson-Beverage Co. Successors to THE PEOPLES' STORK COMPANY 98c Tlio ovtrn specials on brokoit Into In our Shoo Department for Saturday, March tith, won't lust long nt tlio price, about ono-fourth to one-half loos than ronl vol no. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

"mi liiimm wn,'i.''uivJi.mMirt'iMi-''w .-.. i M MMjCr JLJjL1VMJ'Ma M ?Erl M MlJOrf( 1HG OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27lh Year No 10 THE H00KINO BBNTINEL 68tk Yoar Mo 34 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1909. The Only DemoomUc Paper In the Oonntjr OircnUtlon 3000 Ose Dollar Per Tear -ffiFfi$3Zfrrr: ''""i' -B"fr; I) 1G 0 STREETS logan Will Have Many Improve incuts Made This Summer. WATER WORKS IMPROVED Village Council Looking Forward to a Busy Season. The Village council mooting on Tltnorlorr nnl.l- C I, I ...1. t. ,...... I to botnkon that there is somothing v going to bo done in Logan this .'jt" Vv8liiamor in the way of iinprove I menta, There are going to be somo Btreota paved and the water sup ply is going to bo enhanced by the putting in of two new wells and the town is going to move forward at a rapid pace. Let's give the , council their dues now, and cheer thorn along in their enterprises. The mud roads of this town this winter have certainly roused the people to the place w...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

".j,. .M.- npfff""' ' V wm ' r k k4j DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ruuitiitBt EVKitr TituitaoAT mohnino. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co, (tNl'nlH(lKATRH) I'OntiiMHnua Vinnti, (!. I.nwtv, Pkicsidkmt H.lh llANHKt,, . . HKCHKTAKY Jl U. 1)01, 1, HON, ' KlUTOK OlIAH. !li 11KUK ASKO, IOIpI'IOHAMANAIIKU OKKIUKl lu DollUon Itlock, Hoiltli Dour Kiitertnl m Hoeotiil t'liim Mutter Octnliur 1 1WW, lit the 1'osl nllluti UL I.OKiuii Ohio, llllilor Act nf OoimruHHiir MiMi :i, l7f. Tliursduy, march II, 1909. Fooled Again. Our new president was very em phatic) in Ills limiigurul address on the Biijoct of injunctions in labor disputes, lie said, "At to tllivt my convictions tire fixed. Tuke away from courts, if it could be taken uway, the power to issue in junctions in labor disputes, mid it would creiito u privileged class among the loborers and hiiyg the lawless among their numbor from a most needful remedy available to nil men for the protection of their business uguinst lawless in...

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