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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 August 1906

SfPSjK ''. (- w-sr" f W" ?' M fv "ri Domoorats of Ohio Hold Their Stato Convention, WAS A NOTABLE GATHERING Declaration of Principles Adopted After Much Oratory. CONTEST IN DISTRICT MEETINGS Loula Bernard Loses His Case Before the Credentials Committee New State Central Committee Perfects Organization Speech of Chairman McCann and Incidents of the Colum bus Convention. THE TICKET. Kor Secretary of State SAMUEL. A. JIOHKIN8, AucUIz. For Commissioner Public Schools CHARMSS HAUPEKT, Wayne. For Dairy and Food Commissioner HODNET J. DIBQLE, Erie. For Member Board Public Works CEO. E. NYQHBWANDEFt, Darke. Columbus, O., Aug. 22. When tho Ohio Democratic convention reassem bled In Memorial hall on Wednes day, It was with the knowledge that a fight on county option In temper unco legislation, as a part of tho dec laration of principles, was assured. A protracted night session of tho com mittee on platform had been Insuffi cient to bring the different opinions together and tho Issue was clear...

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. — 23 August 1906

nifffVSm,;! SWH VtttJft'W I w oi axuwwwt JXJwujj.ruiUgrTffrTrnu .mm -g3 i5jjwuiam:i;j T!TSfS2S98ST ppjjlrjjai .. M'jfflMugN' i . Ohio's Two-Coiil Law, iToledu Hindi-1 Thut tlio reduced faro lias in ort'imeil jiasaongor trnlilc tliore Is little question. One rnllrond olll olnl Snys that while tho slimmer excursions on his lino aro not us well patronized us in former years, more pooplu aro riding on tho straight two-cent rato and prefer to travel in this way rather than stiller tho inconvonlonco of a crowded oxciirsion train. Jn fact, as far as The Uhiilo knows, the railroads aro well pleased with tho two-con t law, and there is a question if they would want to go hack to tho old order of things. The railroads of tho country are sharing remarkably well in the great prosperity of tho country. Por May ninety-three roads show an average net increase of 12.72 per cent., and for eleven months of 15.72 per cent. Thirty-two roads for tho second week of July show an average gross increase in ...

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. — 23 August 1906

tt"l BW-Hr"-" TjtprWifFS "KTT ? VjjWf "J ' .JF t&FWJr (p WW' 7PT" (r 1 r- p- fPWHtftft'lWV Vjp '' W7FV' 3BKT ""WWT Y aoc22Si a&tauaaaawBHtuMaa02f23i2SSS!!!iS2SS 1 ft W3 I tf" V x T JOHN HENRY AT THE THEATRE BY HUGH (Qeorgo V. Fort I was down on the card to lend a lady friend of mlno to a Now York theater whero you can roll around In an orchestra chair at fifty cents a throw. Whon a guy can buy a couple of ocsy-corncrs In a dead Bwell theater for fifty cents per coze, he's a mark to blow four plunks to squeeze Into one of those joints whero they feed you on problem plays and frlcassed pasts. I figured it out that way, and stood pat. That evening finds me in the parlor as usual. You know the parlor I mean. When a guy reaches that con dition whore ho gives himself the careful glance and says, "dee! I got to get shaved this evening!" you can bet there's only one parlor In the world for him. I'm sitting on the sofa with one mitt lying carelessly on the family album and the other ...

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. — 23 August 1906

,.. j i nirr?HBMm iWavsga d iu.uimnUi jp'up'W in xiu jtjijiiyyitfiiaiipgp r p w ir WTOTffBtJll'll'!l.gBl",JW'W WBja"iiiuw jjl hero, lnvB heoti piomotcd to mine (p boss at mine No. t!0() nenr Athens. mnm in i mi imuiibli'w juiiiwwawnyujujiu m umniw WWBTWWW II Carbonhill. One ilay wo linvo plenty of rnln Tlio nuxt thii tun Is hut While It imikoi tlio golden gintn It niiilios our 'tutors rut. .Messrs. J. L. Hlossor, Win. Coo unci Harry "Wilkinson hud business at Jobs last Sunday iifternoon, pertaining to Suiuluy work. Miss Mabel McAllister spent several days last week in RuUon yillo. Mrs. Alex Gess visited her sister lust Sunday in Murray City. Miss Anna Francis, of Clnrks bti rg, AV, Vii., is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jtuucs Francis, or this place. She was necoui- j panied by lier aunt, Mrs. Lee, who will visit here for some time Mr. Thomas Parry, Jr., was in Columbus last Tuesday on busi ness. Mr. Wright Hiuvk and son, Wil- bert, of Nelsonville, visited licreUnnounccd 11 le...

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. — 30 August 1906

'Kmpqp V QRA T'SENTINBL. THE MOCKING SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 13. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 31, Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County DEMO l 1 V BLAZING SUCCESS. Hooking County Fair Be yond Expectation. GREAT CROWDS ATTEND. Many Exhibits Proud Of, to Be That County fairs In Hocking Coun ty are to be spoken of lightly and looked upon as an experiment, was prior last week upon the trial balance sheet of the ledger, but has now been permanently transferee! to the credit side and Is a fixture of this communi ty. The old time fairs of Hocking to which we always spoke of, and hoped for their return, are no more land marks In the gala day affairs of our county and town. The Hocking coun ty fair of last week is tho marker, it is the high water mark that future generations may point to as the deep notch on the stick, that tells the tale of large doings here abouts. To the fair boa...

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. — 30 August 1906

pSSSSBmiik -m- -t-" i 'in ixii w iwmmiJPijjiDim'wjw nwtjf gfui'jinM.juMi !" iLliwa,,yMWCTtiHmBffjrft"jrfTT FIRE And Other Dangers From Tolegraph Wires. j 'i cm' 31 LiiiijtfiTCCNiJWiitj4iiiKaafXJUii!!uliinJ (jMUjWMyjuwT-tnsuft ijwfi M'wi'flaw" 'ivnim'aukiiu'im nmwiim.njmganittiwruiy wuut m a UBruujjAfaLiitfojAUAJiLMtMmwiwitJjuvjttH The tiro dnngorB from telegraph wires are almost ontiroly from evil association with bad neighbors. In tologrnphy the oleotriolty from mngnotlsrc has superceded the olootrlcity from voltaic cells, except tliatcelloid battorlcsof two or four colls are uhciI in small towns for ofllea circuit. Itodlcs of dead birds nre often seen under telegraph lines. A bird may parch indelinitoly upon a telegraph wire without feeling the slightest thrill from electrical current, If he at the same time touches nothing else, but, if in the gentle spring wooing he bills while bo coos with a mate perched on anothor wire, the current passe through their bodies and they are unite...

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. — 30 August 1906

'JySM.'?, .Or,Hf V W ESTATE TRANSFERS. Lojjan Katto nnd J. C, Wood ward tfi John Q. Fox; Lot 1187. $850. flood IIopo Henjamtn E. Heoug .her et til, heirs ofllenry Ueoujjlior, deceased, to Elmer E. Miller; Lot 5 and the e. half of the n. w. $ of Section SO, containing in all lflD .aoren. $1800. Marion Solomon Blomier and wife to Isaac Ulnsser; 81 acres in the e. half of Section 10, and 80 acres in the e. half of Section 8. $,'.00. ijogan S. Weldy to A. It. Mo Broom; Lots 1088, 1080, and 1000, Weldy 'b Addition. $400. Marion Samuel AHlibnugli mid wife to Edward L. Saffel; Frac tional Lot 1 in the h. e. of Sec tion 12, containing Gfi acres. $825. Starr Margaret Jones to Amos L, JpnoB; 80 acres in the n. w. i of Section 4. $2100. Benton Minerva Campbell to Anna Schurtz; 140 acres in Sec tion 80. $1200. Fertilizing Wheat on a Run Down Farm. . For. thirteen years the Ohio Ex periment Station has been con ducting experiments with fertiliz , ers.on a farm which had been re duced to n vory l...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 August 1906

- -mrrwmryr$rw " flWJRWwrWfW1jlipi ,'WV lamwi' W' ''npi FlffffllWW Jf Jr ' ggwww t fEwrrwtagtttr'VJ-? ': ixr.nj-iLimi..M.ijMmii,ii 'icwnuiMi lMmMTiaMC itHwn'JL. I DUYL0CRAT-5ENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. I'UIII.ISIIKI) KVKHY THU11S0AY MUUN1NO, Tho Loqan Printing and Publishing Co. (INOOIU'OIIATKD) TUHLISllKltS. Ytltwll. ('. IiOW'HY, II. G. llANNUli, .1. li. Doi.mkon, VltKStUKNT Skouktauy Eonoit OFFICIO: In Dolllson Hloek, .South Door. Knteivd at tlio l'oslollkv In Logan, Class .Mull Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday August, 30, 1906. W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. The SI it ie. The absolutely unbossed character of the Democratic state convention, which adjourned Tuesday afternoon, was evi denced in every detail of its procedure. It was said that the state organization would dominate the convention because it had (succeeded in getting a vote of confidence in its management of the campaign, and had with case captured the state central committee. Men who urgued tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 August 1906

WtpSfWrmi" P.--jjjnjfTl. ' - 'l u PROBATE COURT WEbDIKO PMIMITS. Frank Johnson, Carbonhill Doroas Halloy, Cnrbonhiil Win, II. Forsytho, N. Plttslnirg Lulu F. Oook, N. I'lttuburg Homer QrlOln, Logan Ethel May Slniltz, Logan CharloB II, Mnthlns, Rockbridge Etta Drown, Rookbr'dgn Jamoa Keller, Qibisonvtllo Hattlo Poling, Wobb Bummit In the matter of tho appoint ment of a guardian for Ioabolla M. Edniiston, hearing was liad August 25, and finding pf the court was that guardiannhlp was nooeBBary and proper order was made for nppointmont of n guard ion on filing of proper application by a suitable person. On the name date, application to be ap pointed guardian as above was filed by Ralph Edmiston, husband of Isnbella M. Edmiston. Bond wna ordered in the sum of $10,000, tho same filed and approved, and letters issued August 28. Affidavit to commit Abner Spencer, of Ward Township, to tho State Hospitnl, heretofore 'filed came on for hearing August 22. The court found Spencer to bo not insan...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 August 1906

w3SH-5!5jh5wwbH MMMBIgWailMllinf UlUil '" ' ""' T 1U1JL1U 1U-1.JU1...!. imimiu. XOLL sawcfiCMi3 mn-wra..Ymgsg: A WWII VWVWIVWVWVWMMWI A EN MYRA FORGAVE Uy KOSE ItAWSON I? VWl WW VVUUtMVMU 'l'la Ico was lt splendid condition, jnd nnrcfiilly avoiding the people sho knew In tho crowd itlmul Hie bont land ing Myra struck out with long, power ful Ft rokes for up the river. Site wiii In no mood for company, fihe wanted to lie alone and think thliiKf over. It Is n serious thing when n lrl rIvc hack her first engagement rln.tr and Informs the donor that she never wants to see him again. That cxpeiii'iice hnd como to Myru that aft ernoon. It had all been ridiculously foolish. Tom had scoffed nt her for having joined the drowning cluh, declaring llrownlng to he n prize puzzler and not a poet. She had taken offense, and they had hail their first quarrel. She iib was r.onKiNO sTn.uonr Anr.D, and IX tub uubK ii 1: l'ASSIJU 1IK11. had slven back his ring and he had gone off In iludxcou, leaving h...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 August 1906

"T TIT w "f ttVf ipn 4ftitiiKfnwtti'ffiit,'twtiwnMwimwxttnmtt(siiiii sc wnranw mwf,nitxvfMitinujmii&m I ATlilL By FRANK U. SWEET CoptirlaM, mo, iy ft c. llattmcHl There was n nwlft turn with BCitrco iy tiny Blnckoiilug of speed,- the two outer wheoh nn limit above the ground, us they swung the corner, then the mi tomoblle settled down to u long, straight run. "Do yon think wo can make II, Mr. Towiisond?" the girl asked anxiously. "Make It"-lightly -"of course, wo can. It Isn't over ten or twelve miles, und we can go at a snail's pace and do that lu thirty minutes, and those clouds yonder nro not halfway tip tlto sky yet." The girl's face showed relief. "I suppose It's foolish," she said, "hut I do hale to get fitught In a ntlti. And and you know or, rather, proK-ibly you don't know It's a sort of lift' and death affair for a grl with a brand new hat und oosluine to get mixed up In a shower. Every true woman can 3 jfP m "On, YOU DKAIt HOY 1" sympathize with the girl who saved her...

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. — 30 August 1906

'VTmrmtyvmywrx &faqqgp6iW "wW- n? F9FiW iimuiii minimum uiiiiijii miiiuwwiwwww'wiph wwwwwi tfr tinsMr wmmmmy&ivrimin ifi'MiuiiT'f WjIW '" 'WWjWWiWtWWlWW iHtt wy i y Vi X X -A lalSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlWTitIiBiB Carbonhill. Whi'ii iiows M scuroo Ami tlio weather hot Olll! 1ms tOHHCIlt And murtnor not Mr. Fred Neicc, from near Jlitrsshneld, visited his sister, Sirs. Tom McAllister, last Sunduy. Tilr. and Mrs. lliinis, from Mc ConneHaville, and Mr. Connie Davis, from Tennessee, recently visited Mr. John Sliunk. Mr. Elmer Bay, of Nelsonville, visited his brother, Clarence, one clny Inst week. air. Oliver Crawford, from Nel sonvillc, was the guest of Mr. Henry Davis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Francis had business in Nelsonville last Friday. Mr. andMrs. George Kidenhour, of iiuchtel, recently visited at the home of G. W. Ross. Miss G, AV. Ross hud business at Jobs last Snturday evening. Mr. Coran Colgrave, of Nelson ville, wa seen here litfct Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John ...

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. — 6 September 1906

-U..J " . . - WBBMMHHM ' .. .vt .t 1 ' DEMOeRA TSENTINEL THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 32. THE HOCKINQ SENTINEL, 66th. Year, Number 14. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County teMdfc t t i h XM i -A ) A ROUS CONVENTION. Judge Wright is Nominat ed for Congress. STRONG RESOLUTION And Eloquent Speeches were Enthusiastically Received. On Tluirsiluy of hist week u dolegntioh of iiliout thirty Demo crats from Hocking County ac companied Judge 0. W. II. Wright to Chillieotho, enthusiastic for his nomination on thnt day to the ex alted position of congressman of he United States. , . At Lancaster the Fairfield and Perry delegation in goodly number joined with Hocking and nil were enthusiastic for Judge Wright, and a jolly time wub had enroute to Chillicothe. A large Ross delegation awaited the train at Chillicothe and a warm wqlcome was extended by Mayor Ynple and his loyal crowd 0. W. 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. — 6 September 1906

, v1 "jn " XJftjJfWT Tw-iT" iw-iiyr"' JsrwwajpfY-v. y"RSS?'uW'w9,at r . m-wyrw-MHwrrw -jy, "fiff' -W' ' rfrp-- dCKVwir33S39(aaisznssnexCdmar8: gnEnsaBeurjws A Question of Graft. (Marietta Tillies.) A new bit or BCtuidiil cropped out in the Senntu in the debate on tbe bill to give the President $25, 000 n year for traveling expenses. Senator Ilnlc, by Way of palliating the extravagant expenses of the While lloum, winch amount to nearly WOO, 000 a yoar in addition to the maintenance of a wnrBhip n9 a yacht for the President's private use, said tlio Presidential horses and carriages are main tained only for uso in oflloial busi ness, and Senator Tillman domnnd od to know if tbe samo vehicles were not also used for private pur poses. Senator Halo could not answer this positiyoly, and Sena tor Tillman suggested that, hav ing raised the issue, he ought to telephone the White House or otherwise learn if it wero not true that the Government vehicles maintained for the White House are used b...

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. — 6 September 1906

f k,m ttMawmBSSS&SmMmisrmSwwmt i mtsesaasta mi i1. untrue,! jf.1. i jti-nix-a A r ti 3 CHAIRMAM PEOPLES CONVENTION SPEECH At Congressional Gonven. tion in Ghillicotho. ISTr. Peoples in ntldrcsRtnjj thp oonvontlon said ! Some wooIcb ago your cnmtnlttoc mot at Athonn mid Holeoted tills 80th day of August tin tlio date and this historian! old town of Chilllnotlio tlio iionio of Allen O. Tliurinan, the nnbloBt Human of them all, old Bill Allou and the late liiinontoil L'irry Neal, mh the place where the DcmncrntH Hhould meet to uatuo the next Congress man from the Eleventh Congress ional district of Ohio. At the same time your uommittec very wisely soleoted that eloquent and gifted son of Fairfield county, Hon, M. A. Daugherty as chairman of tlio convention but he is uotublo to bo present, owing to other on gagoinentsand I have boon drafted as his substitute. For this distin guished honor I thank the dele gates here assembled, but desire it distinctly understood that I dis claim all...

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. — 6 September 1906

trtjmSS!' " groy wqrtr r TP" ' T'WTOWp;;T??i' T-' " SW k rr rsff t k T- ' , j-c THr&qsrax- -i ("r'BK?"' "T i"J1V vr"3"" !$ F ,--vW!Ii?' yf- RSSmWJIXUJJ ert SE2 DBMOCRAT-SENTINEL. AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FUllMMIIRl) RVKIIT TlitlKSDAY MOItNIJHI. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (JNOHtl'illtATKll) MflU.ISHKItS vlllllttiC. l.nWUY, II. II. HANXlSf., .1. I!. 1)01, l.lMliKt I'KKIIlll'.NT HKllthTAHT KlIITOIt OFKk'Ki-tn ihilltscm lllock, South Door. Union il at lint I'lMlntllce III l,H!(lll,01ilu, ill sceoinl CIiiki .Mull Mmior. Thursday, Sept. 6, 1906 The Next President of the United States Democratic Primary Elec tion. On Saturday of lost week the Democratic county primary elec tion was held through out the county. It was very quiet, less than 1000 votes being cast, be cause there was no opposition on the ticket. J. W. Gabriel was nominated for County. Treasurer No one can say a harmful word of Jess, lie is a good man, an en thusiastic, public spirited citizen and would make a most nob...

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. — 6 September 1906

fmWVW&iigrxrn s Ogffiaai.aJutJUiU- ml M W : y of ih "i:J m Sunall S. r whl kit . United ' at ttia quiatloBl action 1 (TMUltT I 7. Btl Met, thl fc en chief, w United till at nwin lr . m Jwes r rt'cuit av otvicoT S. Who WBftt WM tfentlal el o. wm DOUBLE ' ER M Won by Logan on Labor Day from the ALL-PROFESSIONALS Of .Columbus. Both Games Shut-Outs. The fans of Logan nnd vicinity surfcitod, Sunday and Monday. Tho "All-ProfeBsionul" team, of Columbus, advertised for tho game Sunday afternoon and a double header Monday, whilo not fully up to the oxpeotatlons of its prowess, proved to bo a good strong nggre gation tho best, probably, that has played in Logan this seiiBon. Tho visiting team was alleged to bo mado up of strictly profession al players, which was not truo in every particular. It did, however, embrace some professionals, among them Francis, tho Andersons, and Jones, and included some of Col umbus, crack amateurs, notably Burk, their pitcher, who was In the box for the first...

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. — 6 September 1906

pwy1 -npjptmw '"' .LjJ'UWfS .i,-J -1 ' 'i'ipnS!Sw''UWil ' 'mj,iw' vtvvvv'V'wvvwr ! Best of All By HONOUi: Wll.LSIE S fnirfufi, ", im K, V. 1'amUf 0 lUMVlV4MtHVVlUtMMMf Tlic aisles uf pines stretched In ov cry direction. m nnd on, until the white of tin snow Hood blended with the while anil green of snow Inilen boughs In till". shadowy blacks. The si leuro of tho nfU'rnoou was unbroken. 13 veil tho snow lilfils wore not to bo hoard, ami there was not a breath, of .-w'liitl to disturb tho whlto drapery that covered tho pines. Hose, gliding along on her snow lines, seemed jiart anil parcel of tho tili't beatify of the winter forest. Her Hleniler strength unit easy grace seem oil strangely In harmony with the Hue Htrnlglitni'is of tho pines. lint for the first time In her life Itoso was only vaguely conscious of the love liness of tlie woods. She sped on swiftly, untiringly, guiding her course with now ami then a mechanical glance at the ax cuts mi the pine tree trunks. In her mlml she ...

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. — 6 September 1906

R. U' i QUESTIONS" Asked at the Regular Examina tion of Toachors. Uniform Lltti On EUmentary Knowl dgt Prepared Under the Direction of State Commltsloner ol Publlo Schools. Following are tho Hit of quostlona AH prepared under direction of tho Btate commissioner of publlo achooln, and submitted at the county examina tion of teachers Sept. 1: QEOORAPHY. 1. How la latitude measured 1 What points on the earth's surface hate .the sama latitude? 2. - Locato the principal forest reg ions of North Anmlca. What woods do wo Import from India and the West Indlos? For what purposes aro theso .woods used? 3. Why do so few largo rivers flow from our continent Into tho Pacific ocean? 4. About how many thousands of miles of railroads are there in fho United States at tho proaent time? Trace the railroad route by which you would travel la colng from the county nest of the county In which you llvo etthor to New York or to Washington D. C; to San Francisco. 5. Bound Venezuela, describe Its drainage sy...

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. — 6 September 1906

twt f Mj 'Vlfrn i1!W!Pi WUllll'IOtlUWVlVi IWHTJ'W H ! J'HHlin iWIMHWWWW'li UN IJPHI WiWWpfwriByWfffBWM'IT"iW JWfclJWJIWtlWIWMIIIIIWIMlllllWWWWFWWPPpiltTTt r Willow Valley. Aug. 28. r n tu n new-comor. However it sounds rather super fluous to toll you iv fact you are already mvaro of. It is one of the most difficult things of my life to present mysolf unannounced but when I once put my hand to the plow there is no turning buck, so I ii m going to wade right in and give you a few of the most impor tant events which occasionally take place in our valley. As the first thing to be talked about is usually the weather, will' say we are having an abundance of rain at the present time, and that it is about twenty degrees cooler than it was last week, for; which we nre very thankful. Messrs. Milton Davis and Grant Ackcrmnn, of Van Wert, who at tended the Hocking Reunion, were pleasant visitors at the home of Mrs. M. Wilson, of this place. Mr. Davis is an old tinier of Hock ing, but it was Mr....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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