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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

niiumi hww m A 9 r,r!;r. . t.. ,.. m.l, i . i i jL,r,L'Vl"l"L'-'rU1 """'J'" "J'Z SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS f&XX&S&B Black Jack Protracted meeting is in pro gress at Zion church under the management of Kev. Fred Fedoroil". Homer Dillon was ,tlie Sunday glie6t of Susan Stiverson and fam ily. Misses Mary, Minnie and Anna Stiverson, Delia and Forest Keck, Samuel Morso, Charles Thomp son and Orville Hartsough attend ed church at St. John's, Thurs day night. Minnie Stiverson was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Vina Ilarhle one day last week. 0. C. Culp and wife, of Cedar Grove attended church at New Zion, Sunday evening. Zuriah Keck visited Susan Stiv erson one day last week. Charles Thompson was seen paBsing though this valley one day last week. Several from this place attended the funeral of Miss Hulda Baintor last Monday at Pine Grove. Mr. Charles Kreachbaum, of Gi bisonville, was pleasantly enter tained by Miss Rosa Keck Sunday evening. Misses Rosa and Delia Keck and Orville...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

-rvjjtrir lTIfT" ""? 4- .11 j r p.i:2i:M::&i&:P 2 SOCIETY NEWS OF g OTHER TOWNS Evening Social On March Oth. about twenty or more fi lends guthrrod nt the homo of Dun Engle to upend the evening'. The evening v9 spout in good miiBic, suuli mm uutnharp, violin and organ. Geo. D, Eoglo played some fine wult7.ua on tin aiitolmrp aBisted by Clarence Sehriidor, violinist and John Engle, organist. Kttiu Engle played eoveral pieces of church music, Mrs. Carrie Voris sang several pieces, Ida E. Kngle played sovoral pieces of church tun Mio. About eight o'clock Ida Knglo met her friends ut the parlor door with a pleasant smllu und heartily wishing that her friends would partuke of the lunch which she had kindly prepared. At about 1 1 :1J0 some f the folks came to the conclusion it was time to tnuke a speedy journey toward home. They all onjoyed themsel ves so well that the tinio paBsed so rapidly they could not realize that the hour hands were moving toward 12 o'clock. Dun Knglo and w...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

K': I V; '" i jii ur 'I' nil lulu Hi i piii'ph i i in ii IHHiBnMiiiMiHHaMHaiiMHHMiiHHBMMaNvaaHaMNaMHaHMHaNM New Spring Silks and Woolen Fabrics Unique Colorings - Exquisite Textures Wo opon tlio senson with some of tho most rctrmrknblo self-evident villucs in early spring fabrics that manufacturing skill has ever produced, No matter what particu lar line of fnshion your taste may desirej make it a point to visit this deportment. It is necessary that you see and keep posted if you have a care how you look. The strength of this department lies in tho unique and irresistible new colorings and new materials tho two important points for novel and effective results, If in search of either, you'll find them here in abundance. SILK FABRICS Wondorful possibilities for Dressy Women Foulards Messalines Shantungs. A silk occasion of great importance since it brings to the front not only the novel ties, the diivctoire costumes, season demands, but, also tho staple silk in rich and shimmering eff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

ijjriaJate1- i I'll -? R ea atna Br EJith Huntington M.ioa Pictute- by Wtil Campbell Alesnire Wilion D tpjrllit, IW7, Lj A. C. StcClurn it Co. CHAPTER I. I never quite knew how It was tbnt 1 took Vincent with nit, except thut we both nuedoil a holiday at the srttno time anil tilt; saint! kind of holiday ap pealed to ua both. Vincent's whole uauie and title la Lord Wilfred Vin cent, for he Is the younger son of the old duke of Totten. Men of his own uge cull him "Freddy," but 1 call him Vincent or Wilfred, becuuse I con sider curtailed utipellatlons undignified. Vincent Is an artist that Is, he calls himself one; his friends call hlm "a dhhbler in art." He doesn't really go In for It seriously, yon know, but he did little sketches of cows and that sort of thing rather well, I fancy, So we agreed that our aim was to llnd a little old village, far away from London, and get rooms In some old farmhouse. My Idea was that Vincent would go out and paint the cows while 1 would lie In the ham...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

V r K uzwm ..m& j&, mzmmi' i flL rWif'' The only Baking Powder Sv i&-i$KP made from Royal Grope Jiik nmS&sj'it 'imaffl Cream of Tartar ffijk 9wim sm TO feSSl mmm llf Mm I US i'Jk laraa 4h i W Noam IHUBHiHi JSHtf g Xocal anj personal mmmmmmmmmm Mrs. Lon lies present. is very sick Mr. Ed Heck was a Sunday vis itor in Columbus. For all kinds of Roofing, the Logan Roofing Works. go to Mrs. Charles Notestonois spend ing this week in Gibisonville. Mr. O. A. Holey, of Junction City, was a recent visitor in Lo gan. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman were visitors at Wellston ovor Sun day. Sewing of short notice. 804-O. all kinds done on Call Citizens' phone Fine stock of candies of all kinds will bo found at Delp's Bakery. There is bbing instulled a very handsome reflecto sign at the Delp Bakery. Mr. E. C. Walters, of Marion township, was a visitor in Logan, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Dolp and ilttlo son spent lust Suuduy in Noleonville. Mr. John Cooloy, of Nelsonvillo, was a v...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 March 1909

I r'ftmffpgffVp' -eptosssssaiBWisweaKCSSSasiasS THE ONE DAY SALE '' ""J i In till) Shoo Dct. wo will put on salo about 100 p.ilrs Mens Heavy lloll Kdjio llubbeis, worth 8"c, CQ per pair, at ..... Uv7C In tho Grocery Dopt.' for Saturday, March l!t, ono day only, we will sell 8 bars STAR SOAP nr NKW SIIIPMKN'I OK StllltT WAISTS forSatiliday'a Sale. The Jflkon-Beverage Co. Successors to Tho Peoples' Store Co. Wo oiror In Dry Oootls Dopt. 2000 yd Pure Linen Toiclion Lace, Insertions to match, per yard K Tho rush unci crowd lust Saturday was a record breaker, The keynote of the sale has been something different each Saturday and BARGAINS in plenty to tell their own story. Don't fait to see our SLMUNd PAT- at TKIttfS IN ROOM Sl.R RUGS "(SElV"wl NDOW)" u ,'f SOCIETY NEWS Domostlo Mrs. .I. F. Harden Ib hostess for tho Domestic Club thin afternoon. Kuttirday Club Mi Pd Naomi .lories will receive the Saturday Club next Kuurdiiy. Social Cholu Mrs. Ktl Tritseh receives the Social (Jircle Wednes...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

TT TyvarVjj! - IT',? ' - " 7 MMjEr JLJrKjrAVM. fJJK.JnL A jCfIjI A llJCrjLfi THn OHIO DHMOOUAT. 27th tear No 11 TIM! HOOKtNU BliNTINIir. 08th Your No 35 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1909. The Only DemoorlloPper la lb dainty OlronUtloa 3000 Out DolUr Vtt er &&&&&&&d&&ft&A&&&&& Society and Clubs in Logan County and City Legal Affairs m W & wwwwwwwwwwww SSSSSSn?aaa O O O O Ci O O f U U U tJ U U U tj rj f; u U l H V u v v u w u w i j j u " " "" I AND K " i? rV DolllOBtlO Mrs. J. 1 Harden will receive tho Domestic Club, Friday uf tor-noon. Kensington Tlio Muccuboe Ladies will have a Kensington party Thursday in the Hall. Dinner Purty Mis. Bert Stedom was hostess, Friday night for an informal five o'oloolc dinner, covers being laid for six. Pound Party On last Saturday evening the W. It. C. surprised Mrs. Hoard, cme of their members, by giving her a pound party. W. R. G. Kensington Tiie Kensington party giv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

.- ' t jfr f- tr w fvv fv In DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL! A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLlHHBD IVKHT Tl(UltSAT MORNING. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNUniiPoitArKN) I'IMltitHtlKIW VtnntUC. I.OWHV, I'ltKHItlKNT 1I.O. llANSKI,, HKURKrAUY J. II. Dol.t.tHON, . KlIITDIt )HAS. It, llKOK Asso. KtUTOIt.t MAN.UlKH OKKltJKl In DoIIIhoii lllock, Month Jlour Kntf red a Hocohil tllum Mntter Outouor 1 1WW, lit the 1'tnt otllcu ut Lotiiiii. Ohio, utnlur Act cifCmmrussuf Mcli :), Klv. Thursday, March 18, 1909. Mr. Forakcr's Opportunity. My, 0 my, wliat a splendid op portunity Senator Koraker had last week in ti is speech in tlio Ohio legislative hall, to clean up on sonio people who have been run ning the steam roller over liim of late, and unless the daily papers reported his Bay erroneously, tho distinguished gentleman took ad vantage of tho opportunity. He was fresh from the passing out of his distinguished career as a law maker of this great nation, being denied the serving of his second term, and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

ig,"j(UUiu.MuMmj.iBygnggrawMj(pi)i "n lu'wi"! h1 wmn wim nnmmm Onjm w i'"ww jmii I'HJ'MJWWllWIWBWI'WrWWWJ'lJHL'P BFfljRBfHTPBnlMffllfs r 5f of or SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS 4 X X X X X -X . . .. .u. '... jn Hardscrabble Louiso Millor spont last week with hor sister, Cttroline. Those thut broke bread with Jacob Daubeninior aro Dan Keller and wife, Will Daubenmier and wife and Will Miller, wife and son, Lester. Kutio and Sarah Wagner were business callers to Sugar Grove last Saturday. Crist Shull, wife and son, Wal tor, wero Sugar Grove callers last Saturday. Manuel Walters entertained his friends with a wood frolic Friday. Clara Wagner called on her friend Glaru Walters, Friday af ternoon. Munuel Walters was a business caller to Horn's Mill, but I believe ho forgot to tako his pipe. Hollo! Say ! Did y: u see that broad, sweet smile thut Aaron Kornmilier has on his face? He says it's all nn account, of 11 pound dishwusher thut came to call linn pupa. Mother and child are doing well. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

V "" f" T ,1"t W ""J"' iiiiiiimwiwiwii nvttmmrwwmnwmumii.irvimmrmrmniimiiHiBnmuii milium i m ti .11 tiM..i'Trmmmmrrn''Hmvrrrmimwmmvrvr'rrmm mwwmwOTwiw .' U lll"HH)l 'in 1 Miwmim i. ii w 1 1 11 in m 1 1 WALL PAPER OF QUALITY AT - GEO. W. HOLL Also Sherwin & Williams' Brighten-Up Finishes rv ' - JlbllAfeJ&MMifWMA PRING S UIT PROBLEM Will be easy for you if you come here and let us show you our new spring lines. We Are Ready to Meet Any Demand With the most elaborate, and extensive showing of the best style creations you will ever see. New, bright colors, new fabrics new fashions in models and styles, all tailored according to our own. ideas, These Spring Suits embody the highest ideal of modern clothes making; the best goods and the nobbiest styles money can buy. We are showing many different and distinct styles in spring suits and top coats for men and young men all strictly all wool and all hand tail ored. Priced from $10 to $23. oas; Mi 5x 5? 5c 5c 5? x 5v Jv m SnPJPTY NFWS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

H'JUUPMU'H'WHiiUI.J'HWW'!1 IWtWWWWIIW Now Spring Suits, Hats, -$ W f1 Mi r- h &iKS.V Our line of unexcelled HATS in every imaginable at almost any price you wish to pay. Our Showing of Mens' Furnishings Are Worth Coming Miles to Admire. The Shirts, Neckwear and Hosieiy are beautiful this season and are second to none in variety and quality. We defy competition on our "One Dollar Shirt. TheeUnderwear comes in all colors, both long and short sleeves, knee length Un derwear both Nainsoak and Balbriggan's. It will be as much of a pleasure to you to inspect our New Spring showing as it will be for us to show them. We positively guarantee to give you more value, better positive saving of from $1.50 to $5.00 on every SUIT in We Beg the Opportunity of Showing and J TOW IT WILL BE DONE. We have placed in our show window a beautiful clock containing a number of silver dollars. This clock will be wound up and allowed to run down each week. WITH EACH CASH PURCHASE OF sOcts. we will give you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

;-. fTS IVpl ?"T l J I The Real Ag Kr if 3 ith atna By Edith Huntington Miurn Pictutei by Weil W.llet. Ftey Campbell Alejhiie Wilion D L'oyjrlKtit, 1M, bj A. 0. MoClurt Co. (Continued from last week) "Why didn't you stty so at first?" I aald, rutlier peevishly, hb I Bat down ou tha steps to await the dogcart which one could see already, a black speck iu th distance on the winding road from the castle. The speck finally dis appeared behind a clump of trees, and when It emerged and drew up lit the station we saw what a stunnhi!; little turnout it was. The horse was as Una as any you'd meet ou the I-ady's Mile, the harness wns clinking and shining with ornaments, and the cart and, the groom's livery were faultless. The Honorable Agatha mounted the box seat. "Christopher," she said to the groom, "I'm going to drive. You'd better ride back with the 'trunks.' " Then, before I had time to Interfere, Vincent leaped nimbly tip to the seat beside her and I was obliged to take the rumble with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

S y0lfW"'' -ft ' ? k; ?' i.' R AUCf3 Royal Baking Powder has not ils counterpart at home or abroad. Its qualities, which make the rood nutritious and healthful, are peculiar to itself and are not constituent in other leavening agents. I2S22S5S22&5&2S:2&:52& m v g jLocai ano IHJv Jv tJ"C C J JC C J" ic ijx j"G Mr. Clem Krieg was n visitor in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. W. J. Frasch was a yisitor in Columbus, Sunday. For ail kinds of Roofing, go to the Logan Roofing Works. Mr. G. W.huck, of Longstreth, was in Logan on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Win Yaw were in New Lexington over Sunday. Mrs. Mary Schrader was a visi tor in Lancaster, over Sunday. MesBra. Johnny Lappen and Joe Stiers were in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Oliver Brooke was in Ploas iintville last week visiting his brother. Mr. Johuson, of the Logan roof ing works, was a visitor in Colum bus, on Sunday. LOST Gold breast pin, near Catholic church. Finder please leave at this olllce. Mrs. A. M. Sparks, of Lancas ter, waB a v...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 March 1909

,, ., k v.wr x T",-T ,f!Wt'1"t4?'-J"fai I'U I f (MMMMMMMMMMMH V LOCAL NEWS Mr. lJoarl l'ennell whs in Starr on business lust week, Mr. Dun limy was tlio guest of friends in Creolu last week. Mr. rytuitn l-ting was the guest of relatives, S iturdny, in McAr thur. Mrs, .John ('oIihih wits llio guest of relatives tu New l'lj uiolith last week. Mr. AlUurl .1. JoneH of Athens, was a yi'ilor in Logan on Tuesday of tills week. Air. George Connor and family visited relatives in Now Plymouth over Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Arch Grill! lb have taken up their residence at Union Kurn aee. Mr. and Mrs Winkle were t lie gUHStH of relatives in New Ply mouth last week. Mr Frank Wolfe visited ieli tives nii'l friends in South Hlooni ingvillo last week. Mrs. Alice Nichols visited her daughter Mrs. Her'ieit Waldron, at (Jreola, last week Mrs. J. A. Mi aw visited her daughter, Mrs. T. A. Bay, at New Plymouth, Inst week. FOR SALE One hull safe, 15 of fice chairs, one small deek, one large gas stove. Snidkk Mki...

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

THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL s'AttdlioVi Ojnot to?S JL Till! OHIO DEMOCRAT. 27thTerNo 12 THIi HOOKIim BBNTINMi 011th Tdftr Do 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909. The Only DemootatloPuper In the County OlrcnUtlon 3000 One Dollar l?rYr ' &&&A&&&&&&&&&&A&A&A&&&&&m City Affairs Before the Council lwwwwwm PAVINII HTHKKTS, Ono of tho important matters that aunm tip lioforo tlia council mooting on Tuesday night of tills wook was tlto paving proposition. Mound Strcot potition hos boon acted upon and tlio potition of tho ip.roporty -holders on Hill Stroot, Market Street und Mulborry Stroot arc being circulated and will soon bo prosouted. City Solicitor Whitcrul't scrutinized the Mound Stroot petition und said there were Boino of tho signors that were not the ownors of tho property sign6d for, and that some did not givo their front footage, so that lie would look up the front footage and' -see if th...

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

fJpt DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLtatlKI) BVKRY TUOHSttAY MOIININD. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. (IXClMU'llllATKt)) iMriir.tHiiKita VlHrltkf. I.IIWIIV, 1'jtKSlllKsr ii.li. llANHKI,, . Hlil'Uhi.Mir J. U, DuI.mhos. Km roil (!u.h, II. Uf.ck AHfii, l:niroiul.lAN.MlKii OKKlOKl In DulllHoii lllock, Muutli Door Kntertul nn Mpeoinl t'luin Mullvr Octolmr I Idutl, itt thu I'lllt IlltlUt III I.OUIlll, Ulilo, uuder Auliirt'DiiKromiif Mi'ti !i, iv. Tliursduy, Huron 25, 1009. Tariff Tinkers Begin. The long expeutod, carefully guarded tiirill' bill tit hint ih out unci proBonts few surprises tn those who have been following tho hear ings. The real surprise will come if this measure over becomes a law in the form it stnnds. The hog combine 18 convinced of the necessity of sacrificing something, but eueh member will try to make dome other member do it all. The chief innovation is u gradu ated inheritance tax, which many States now levy, and likely to be opposed on this and ot...

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

""rJ v ...i... ., Mi'iv"ir"""Ni'jmii"umi!mi,Mm i i. i'h'mh "inriini'i ftimwiwim umppwiwuhi iiu ipihwhiib t' wnmi mi . in rf wWi AmWwE9SKM TSMWHIHq wlH iBKMfUmEtKRSfimmltgSMttinKEBKBUmlEz. .iH ' Eu(HkvLKrSjiS2jHBB8lf vABESPB&iWN7EKBBtKmwPEKH!EBL- 4HH 'X 5f 5? X 'nri'TMiC riiYiiiiTiir J3,T-"ai SOCSETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS BBViAj Jj ta'ti JVi Jt; JV tJT tTC; 7j Jj yJJ HpSD Clear Creek Mrs. Kate Bailey, of Rockbridgo, took dinner with Win. (Jarpentor and wife, Tuesday of last week. Ed Carpantor was Been mixing mud towards Rockbridgo, Tuosdny. Wesley Byrea, of Soup Bean Knob, made a business called on Wm. Cnrpenter.one day last week. Mae Finefrock and Hazel Kraft were Lancastor-shoppers, Tuesday of last week. Nelson Azbell and Alvoy Art-M1, of near Buona Vista, were trying the mud on our pikes, one day lust week. Mae Finefrock called on Mrs. Wm. Carpenter,one day lust week. Mao Finefrock nnd Hazel and Charley Kraft were buggy riding on our muddy streets, last Tues day. Con Finefrock a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

"IjWp!111 '"iwri tt-w-wryr- .t'"Tr'j,Vr"ffl?S n u wnnnwwwwifW mWIUIIII 111 wnmilliMMMmmHItHmlt1lWttMtmWM'miWKtBmmmmmmiBIIKmm wwwwRwmiHwlwiiii im mumiiiwi nnimii i"iHim nm'iii'twi ig; 'M " n'fl & County Courts; Legal Affairs feWrWirWWWWWWWWI Common Pious Court Thuisdav of Iiihi week wu" n veritable whhIi day In the common pleas court lth Judge George E. Martin mi tliii tt'umli. lie liud previously announced tlint lio whs going to devote that day to the cleaning ol the docket Tor the next term of court which convenes on the 5th. day of April, and thut 1b not vory far distant.' Tho firot mutter taken up by the court was tho assignment of the oases that would be carried over into tho next term of court, and tho dates of tho many casftB con tinued wore fixed an follows: State of Ohio vs Steven llowen, shooting witli intent to kill, set down for April 1:1; Burthlow vs Tho Hooking Clay Co,, April 13: Elllnger vs Uudobuiigh, April 1 1 ; Stephens vS l'lank, April 15; Dowler vs Hamilton, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

1 IP ii- nw , i v.i Kidnapping Again. Simon, Ph., March II), Ton llintiRfliut dollars' ransom Ib de manded ftir tho rotilrn of Wlllinni Whltln.AttornoyJnmeBP. Whitla'a oight-yonrold son, who was spirit ed nwny frtitii school horo by un unknown innti, furnishing a mya tery which tlio detectives of tho country are being ncked to solve, Ai'contf nnylng tlio demand for ransom 1h it covert threiit that tho boy will be killed unions the mon ey is produced. Hundreds of tolcgrnins and tele phono message have been Bent to the police of various oitloB asking their assistance in tho search for the boy und IiIb abductors. The first fiult of these came when Chief of Police Crain of tills city received word that tho rig In which tho lad was tekon away had been reeovr-rod at Warren, 0., with tho child's hat on tho buggj scat. All tho zeal of polico and detectives is now being contored ut tlio region lying about Wnrron, and thoBO in chargo of the chase think tho kidnapper has but a Blonder chance o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

w y-jimjj hi -v B mmmumKimmmMmumMimymmmmimwm9mmmammmnmimimmvm'mftmm te, i r We nro having (Ino Rpring 1 I jmimimwmpww icTn Other Towjg Pleasant Hill Mrs, Toiirly Dupler, of Rock bridge, viaitsd friends in Laneas ter, a few days lait week. Mrs, Anna Davison and dim . li ter, of Lancaster, Mrs. Lillic Lang, of Rockbridge, 1 L. Doplur mid family, Wesley Mathias and fami ly and Hurry Woltz, of C'antwell Cliffs, all took dinner with Jacob Klino and family at Pleasant Hill. Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Woltz and daughter, of Cantwell Glitl's, visited friends in Lancaster, Saturday. Horry Woltz, of Cantwoll dill's and Isla and Forest Kline visited Mrs. Anna Tidd, Sunday after noon. Bertha Edwards, after a visit with her mother, will return to Columbus, Monday, Pearl llull'man called on Bertha KdwardB, Sunday. Girm.imm:. Big Pine Valley We are having fine weather at preseu. David Willard and wife spent Sunday with Thomas Vorhees and wife. William Loy helped move Geo. Vorheos and family to Mt. Vernon...

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