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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

.iiif77rZ5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 34, THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 15. MjniZlJmMJt M yCAX ML AlXMJrJL To" r t ,. r w ,--.... r Circulation 3000. One Dollar Peiear. LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County ri: I ' V Bossed and Boodled Republicanism in the fVw 't' Senators Dick and Poraker Rule and Ruin the Party That flade Them Famous. The Rank and File Struggle to Throw Off the Fetters Fasten Tighter and Strangle Them. The Worst Party Split In the History of It's Organization. Senator Dick Elected Chairman of Executive Committee. MALLOY AGAIN SECRETARY Governor Harrla Addrasaea tha Big Republican Convention, Urging Harmony Senator Foraker Repllaa to Herrlek's Keynote Toledo Man Chairman of Central Committee. Dayton, O., Sept. 12. It Is many a year since the Republicans of Ohio had as exciting a state convention as that held here in the Gem City of Ohio this week. No convention by any party ever held...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

.;aatati.,vMaai'niiifHij,iiiiik Kj&smmmmrfmwm-- t- -ap8Wgfl---'- iinwqwmmnwy ig w'li?v?w ithmjumuuikcciquca awHww3faMMstgaagt3iagwaiMast3airrriiiaasjaaa8B DOUGLAS TURNS DOWN Mon Who Scoured Him the Nomination. BRYSON AND WHITE No Longop Needed in His Political Gamp. Albert Douglas In Tho Athehs Dail)' Messenger of last Saturday published u letter in which lie throws overboard and consigns to the scrap heap one (J. II. ttryson, and gives notice in high sounding language that Mr. Bryson is not his lieutenant in this county and in substance saying he has noth ing to do with him. JMr. Douglas holds a nomination as a candidate for congress in this district as the gift directly and distinctly of this man P.ryson. It was the seizure of the Athens County Committee and the refusal to have a popular vote for delegates that gave Mr. Douglas his nomination. That result wsib brought about, as is charged openly, publicly and con tinuously, by the conspiracy of three mon in Athens county and o...

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. — 13 September 1906

jtr"r -Hf Wl V '. IK , WILLI! JENNINGS BRYAN. Willifitn Jennings Hrynii, of Ne braska that is nil. Only a plain Anicrionn citizen, yot lie has returned to his country amid the plaudits of his country men nnd will he acclnimed tonight by thmiHunds of itdinlruig fellow cltlzotifl. He ootnes with no glamor of bat tle slaughter or trlmnpliH that carry desolation and won into thounatida of homes ; he carries not the ensanguined sword of victory, but tlio laurels of peace. Why all this admiration, this acclamation, this ecstasy of dem onstration and these honors? Ho has been ubroud one year and has been accorded the highest courtesies and privileges and, by his advice to the International Peace Conference which it adopt ed, proclaimed a great statesman. Hut should that account for the fervor of his home-coming recep tion? Has he not twice headed the Democratic party and twjee been vanquished? The common pooplo see in Will lam J, Bryan the exponent of those pnnoiples which would Inure to t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

PWMff rsrt'gys ga-J.,;t!arrei 3 DEMOCRATSENTINEL TWEmrLY"NEWSPAPER I'lJltt.lSIIIIK I'.VKUY TltUlWt)A MOUNINU. Tho Lonn Printing and Publishing Co (itfCOUrOHATKD) PrJMilSllKltS. nutir. C. Low in. II 0. IIanhki.. J. I!. Dol.i.isos. Pkksiocnv Skoiiktahv T'jDlTOIt OKr'H'I-:: ISuttned at the In Dolltsoii Mock, South Door. Piwtoillcc In Logan, Class Mall Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday September, 13, 1906. XEw W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. Fw:i Howj:, Chairman of the Republican County Committee nt Dayton, suys that when Warden Gould and other state dignitaries came there to arrange for the state convention that he had often suggested thnt they meet at a hotel parlor to discuss matters but each time, Chairman Gould of the republican state committee said, "Let's just meet over here," and took the crowd to a saloon. "Gould did not feel at home in politics except in a saloon," said the commicteeman. Jritfsu John G. Reeves, Tuesday of this week, wne iiomin.ited for a s...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

k&tURAwMtitdfUlbj' - t - if iiy -& 1Sj 8MBIWlli?y j' ' gjl V I I r j ''4 5 IN. ESTATE TRANSFERS. Lngnn. Willliim Ai Ruble and .wifo to F. II. Hllderbrnndt; Lot, 207;.l!ir)00. Logan. Victoria Phelps, Ad ministratrix of tlic estate of J, II, G. Nuttor, to Eliza Nutter; In Lot 281 ; $002. Falls Twp. Elmor Mlllor and wifo to John Buchanan ; 1.0.5 a. in tho oast half of the s. w. i of Section 12, and Lots 1078, 1070, 1077, and 1078 of Elmor Miller's Addition to Logan. .$500. Laurolvillo. Irvln S. Courtright and wife to George D. Mowory ; 840 square feet in said villago, br ing in Section 01, Perry Township $800. Laurolvillo, Geo. D. Mowory and wifo to Irvin S, Courtright; Lot 11 of Mowory's Second Addi tion to Lruirelvillo. $250. Starr Twp. Amanda Jacobs to Albert L. Simms; ono-half of Fractional Lot 7, Section 7, con taining 178 acres. $2000. Falls Twp. Mary M. Brown et al to GeorgoH. Shaw and Otto A. Shaw; tho west half of tho n. w. of Section 8, containing 01 acres; 23 acres I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

$0A hi itf tf i r,i ftifr ff PjjSfffifcift Vti quTifaT 1 -J .igfc 7iWHfr f. ym, , fr f a-4Wj wppyif 'Ws&ft3i44.4i 'HUUmgg arrli AN ANGEL ELEPHANT By GHETCIIEN CRAYDON Cojiyrlxlil. II mi. i.j I!, u. PnrccIN '"I wonder II' you di'oniii how nilor nblo you nre In dial liluo gown," Heth erton said. tryltiK to possess) himself of PhllolllOlla'S lllllld. SIik drew It uwny, pursed lior lips daintily, mill flung back t liltn, "OUt It's tlio gown, N UV 'J'liuiik you for tolling inc. I .shiill ho sine to wear It tlit! next tlinu the MacCarty comos to SCO US." "Confound tlio MacCnrtyl" Ilcther tou ejaculated. "I'd like to break hti hand for hlm, the presumptuous oaf. What business has he even to admire you?" "Mayn't a cat look at n king?" Phllo menu Inturruptod demurely, her eyes dancing In the screen of their long lashes. She had the charm of Infinite va riety. Some days she was positively ugly, others rnvlshlngly beautiful. This was one of the beautiful days. She knew It, and acted upon t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

rs f. -W'..1"v VlL2UEiMmiitti m xiMmmmttsmimmLU.mmmnmmm.nunmmmmmmmtmmtm - j immm hwwsm n ! 1 1 n -H "l rn - r 12? $2,000 EACH By C. B, LEWIS Copyright, 1WX3, by Huliy hotialds Youug Jhines Ilnipur, former, nnd Surnli Lee, iliiuifhtor of another farmer, mnrrlfcd for lovo. They htul two or three lovers' quarrels, ns was quite on tho cards and very iiaturnl, but for two years after marriage uo couple ever lived in ore happily. This state of af fairs might have continued at least two years longer but for Abnor Jones, Esq,, cotmtry Justice of the peace and agent for tho Kartners' Fire Insurance company, and sowing machines of all makes, bought nnd sold. Ho tumlo his appearance at the farmhouse one day. "Well, Jim," he ffald, "what do you nnd Sarah think? I've got the agency for a life Insurance company and am going to branch out n little. I want to Insure the both of you. I've got Tom Spooncr and his wife, Illll Wheeler and Ills wife, Silas Johnson and his wife and several others, and I'...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 September 1906

w 'ili'iwi!'jWywrTw''T'm - ' r-fcfcrr,- f-p,. ' jrPWhsW-ffBCTPJ!TO-TFr Carbonhill Did you road Mr. Peoples speech diilivcied ut Chillicothe? If not, got your paper and rend it. Mr. .losopli Hlosscr lind business nt Hocking hist Saturday evening. Mrs. Chus. Dounliour is spend ing some time nt McArthur. Mr. James Shaffer, from Nelson ville, was tlie guest of MissMattie Tilox'ser last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Guess, of Longstretli, pasted thiough here last Tlmrsday eyening. Mr. Win. Parks lias a job of carpenter work for Mr. James Miller at Greendnle. Miss Glenola Tom was among the teachors from Sand Run that attended the Institute at Logan lsit week. Messrs. Frank Hawk and Reu ben Sparnon are operating a mine ne.ir Oakhill. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAllis ter spent Labor Day near Athens. Mr. J. II. Blosser had business in Logan one day last week. Mr. Clarence Lehman is on the ick list this week. Mrs. Wm. Briley spent part of lnt week in Columbus the guest of her sister, Mrs. G....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

rrn 4i0 fr1 4" tu fi DEMOeRA T'SENTIN&L THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 35. THE HOCKINO SENTINEL. 66th, Year, Number 16. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County ."rfrx ANNUA L HON. The annual reunion of Company E. of the 00th 0. V. I. was hold lust Wednesday, Scptoinber 12, at the rosidonco of John W. Tritsch, President of Hie Company Associa tion. While the turn-out of mem bers was not as good as expected, enough woro present to have a thoroughly good time and enjoy tiie elaborate preparations made fop thoir reception and entortaih-nient. The grounds at thoTritsoh homo wore well gotten up for the occa sion. A temporary low stage erootod at the south end was gaily bedizened in Hags and bunting, and a large portrait of S, N. Yeo man, Colonel of th.e 00th, late of Washington C, H. hung above the middle of the platform. Comfort able chairs were disposed in front, and everything w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

-te SaktisfJUSmSmHllm (s!-f..c -a affn is, tji y 1 sm r-r ynr'q&Mg am f ?tpjsrs: fMtHHW - mVw i m, ,. a -au , . i lii Wluit Is a Party , iDhto Hlnln Jmnml'lttHlbllcnti.1 Tho attitude. nL 'I'licotloro B, lUirton, nt tho (hiyuhoga conven tion, will nitinnuMltt Itself to tho people, who dentin Tulr, hmiorublo, (indboBsleofl p'litlcH. IIIh constit uent support lilm with uhtliustiftu Tltoyknow the tnnn. 'J'hoy know him to ho a lunti ff courngo, sincer ity, iinsulflriliiiuaH nil patriotic purpose, lie represent:) tho now it i4 1 bettor polities, which knows no boss nor worships any political litstyimto. The HUpromcny in a political pt'ty of a moredispensor of olllciul piiironngo drags that party down. Ft then becomes a party of de pendence, and nob of independence Any man who opens Ins eyes to the situation will see that Mr. Dick depends for his support mainly upon mon who are in some way be lioldcn to him, and who have time to organize tho machine, while other triei and true Ropublio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

w nnffiyr" " .'jW i i v i The Woman on the Stand. That 50,000 crowd gathered at the unveiling of the MoKlnlcy memorial war n most dlvereo and miscellaneous assomhlngOt All klndH of people wore there the dandy and the hollo, tho fat old negro iimnnny and tho BttiToanted ntid squalling hahy, the modcRt girl and tho Imizon gamin, tho old and young, the rich and poor, the lume and blind mid halt nil nut in one mans to nee Mrs, Alice Roo sevelt Long worth. She supplanted the beautiful idea of tho occasion. The great memorial seemed to have heon tho Inst thought of the crowd. That fine figure of MoKinley, about which Itoats a sontimont as fair as a bright morning, attraoted slight Attention. All eyes were directed toward tho stand where Mrs. Lotigworth was sitting. Never was grentor homage paid to mortal than was indicated by this crush ing curiosity. This woman had done nothing great. She had won no famo in tho realities of life. She was simply u swoet, handsome modest woman, who won the...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

PTSVC ,- I 11 i tBrttmsi2M'Z3&?ynriiifiz '( I)I;AV0CRVr-5I5NTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUIIt.lHIIHtl KVKIlt TIIUIIHUAY MOHNINtl, Tlu Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INC'llll'lMIATIII)l IM'JIl.tHltnitH llli 11. I'. LdWItV, II U It NRKT., I. I . HiH.l. 1-toN, t'ltHHtDKNT HKCKMAH1 KntTOH flIfMfUi-ln UnllHtifi lllock, Mouth Door. liutcrcil ill tlui I'oilnilli'o tn l,ogan,Ohlo, ns Second OIiim Mull iMiitU'r. Thursday, Sept. 20, 1906 'Hie Next President of the United States White and the Ticket. i.Mm rnv City News Hcpubllcnn.) The Hocking Republican stated, la's t week, that the county ticket would le elected if the people did not sueriitce thb ticket to pull even with smother man. Tin- other man is John F. White and if the Republican suspects, tlmt three good men are likely to he cut down and thrown out be- I'ain' of White why does'nt the Republican join the rest of the Republican papers of the county and the people in denouncing White ninl putting him out of politics? Just as sur...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

.? ' TtyUSMfWIW w -, I If A s LOCAL . JjcaU KINKADE LOST A light tan lady's coat longth. Lost on West Hunter Stroot. Will findor please notify The National Bnuk. Mr. Ed. Lay Is spending n Tew days In Toludo und vicinity. OOAL Good, sorconod coal nt Oo delivered. Lojmn Pottery Co. William Fox, of Shawnee, was a Sunday visitor in Logan. Mrs. S. Vollort la visiting friends In Pnrkorburg. INJURED. MIbh Delia Khngor and slater, of Collnn, are visiting relatives In various parts of this county. Pont Card Albums all bIzob and prices at Bort fc Co'b., Tho Druggists. Born, on Soptomber 11, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Cromwell Walker, a daughter. Farmors will do well to investi gate tho special prico on coal made thorn by tho Logan Pottery Co. Mrs. James Watkins and Mrs. WatkinB-Ferguson entertained with euchre, Tuesday ovoning. Mrs. John Uokor and Miss Laura McCourtnoy visited Miss Carrie Bowlby, of Columbus, last Friday. Mr. C. F. Brandt is measuring lumber for Tho Snider Company, on the Ohio River. Th...

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. — 20 September 1906

,t' ''"IWHHIiWWW rT'bVf'Wg5ggff H yyy,-i " r,p T"Wrf-7TTFf (J ?iJBP?SP'fW,'"v j(f -! ""ffH" W tjp -rJfl- w-t. - 35! fcC-K43SWi. im ri o-r ,-, sv. id - crepwjy Up to h wrirlu ;m fall puslurugu la as good if i!i nny oihur 11.11-t of iho year. Hut after one or two lmnl Hosts It Is well lo nfer tlio cows some nice Lay when they come la at night, ami If they eat It with relish one may ho pretty certain the season him arrived to gradually change Hi? herd from pasture to stable fur this winter, says Farm, Field ml Fireside. The cows should not lip loft out nt night nftcr It becomes chilly or to he exposed to co!d nutumii storms. Thoy mny he iillowud In the Held a fow hours on !!! plcnsnnt days until snow 111cm, but vlthout expecting tlicin to get much besides wnter mid exorcise. Uefore keeping them Htendlly nt the stable mid yards the feeding should be, by gradual steps, completely changed to the full stable diet. Meanwhile, or on leisure duys earlier hi the year, the cow house should be p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 September 1906

R SB fllwii mil ii ii.iiii asxs WMUfflfUfOMW ! i A Our a m HI a a IP5 3 How He Got His Start By EDWIN PARKE Copyright, lHX), by Clmrle.1 I), Kthorlngton "- ---tttl c "HANK MMMOCK nml I nfter leaving school Htnrteil out to I miike a curecr for ourselves, Frank was a sensitive fellow, too sensitive, I thought, 'to bucppciI, Our pntus diverged, nnd wo did not meet ago In for ten years. Then I found that he had been eminently suc cessful. He told me tlili story of how It came about: After leaving school I looked about n long while for n job, and the only offer I got wax detoctlve work, I didn't like the prospect, but It was a caBe of starvation or acceptance. I wns not hired for an Intricate Job. My employers knew better than that, for I had had no experience. 1 was wanted for a common case of spying. Frank Petersen, a young bank offi cial, had got mixed In his nccountH and wos behind to the, amount of $50, 000. He had disappeared, and the de tectives were unable to locate him. At the t...

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. — 20 September 1906

"?wrrj(i3rvt. VTrtV-- IP 6l inTTiiiiiniawiM"' ML JjVew& ;MS Carbonhill Messrs. Jerry Muthnoy and Oscar Tom iiro visiting in Indiana mid Illinois. Mr. .John Tom is milking n busi ness trip in Paulding county. Miss Tillie McAllister spent Inst Sunday in Murshfield. Sir. J. 11. Spnulding attended tlie soldiers reunion at Athens lust Wednesday. John Powors and Grover Francis were in Nelsonville last Thursday evening. Mr. Jack Abbott, of Cleveland, was huro lust Thursday morning. Mrs. Clias. Cooper, and children, of Isund Hun, were here last Thursday morning enroute to Cleveland to visit her parents. Mr. John Kennedy and little son, Willie, spent Inst Saturday at Gore. fr. Edward Kennedy, of Sand Run, .neinber election of Hocking, was seen here last Saturday en route to Logun. Drs. II ill and Welch, of Nel sonville, mude professional calls here last Thursday. Mr. James Brannigun, of Long streth, was gcen here last Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Blosse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 September 1906

'ff ST" f .,''"1 ,.y- DEMOGRA T'SENTNBL. THE OHIO DEMOCR&f. THE MO'CKINQ SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 17. 25 Ml Yenr, Number 36, Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County I! ' .ty WtL. rSs COMMON PLEAS COURT orful maohino,but tits rotiromont to privnto llfo at the ontl of his senatorial tonu. Howovor, tlio Democrats will wolaotno Dlok's army of spell blndors, as It will Htrontlion the iirguinont of inucliino politics and bIiow unto tlio pooplo liow graft 1b UBod to pay tlio oxponoos of a political campaign, I'resB. A Stranger in Town. Twonty-ono indlottnonta were roturnod by tlio grand Jury lust Friday, sixteen of tho oases pre sented having boon Ignored. The county jail was found bj tho Jury to bo in good condition. Two defendants pleaded guilty to minor offenses, on arrangement Saturday morning and wore fined. Two old cases against Ellsworth Marsh, for porjury and bigamy, ono agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 September 1906

I I w fMpttrtgtl Successful A Complete List of Prizes Awarded nt the Hocking; County Fair. The HofkiiiK County Uonrd of ArU. nulti'io linn iiwnrdod tho proiulums won by tho oxlubtors ut ttio fair in Auint.sr, Tlie nttoiuiauoo wns largo ;.iui ueyontl ilio nnltlapaiion of tlioso who hud Mm ontorprlso lu charge. IXooltiiiK county cau lmvo flncccssfnl fit i in mid witti tiio same energy Bhown by tills yoir's mnuagorueut, tho next inhibition cun bo made a moro pro nnutneil encoess than tho ono this j(ir. Tim Jourimt-Guzotto J ma lent every tissmtnuce in its to powor Clio ontprpriso ml will contiuno to do bo it' tho miungomout displays tlio samo oiii'i-jiv tn tlio future ns it did this joitr: Tho following is the list of pr.'zo winners In every dopnrtmont : HOKBES. Ho.'ulstors Stallion ovor !1 yoars, 1, J. O. .Morpim ; 2, W. A. Grillith. Stnllion, S yoars, 1 and a, S. S. Rn bio llorso Colt, 1, B. W. Davis; 2, Wm, Dillon. UoUUur IS year, 1 and a, Geo B. Williamson iirooil maro with special...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 September 1906

f-fWV WWagBSWH DISRUPTED N ATHENSi The; Ropublican Party or gan Puts It Squarely. Allien MuMenger Ilfimbllt'nii. 'The situation iii AthoiiH county In relation to tho usurpation of tlio fnrmnr Central Committee Iiiib reached an acuta condition. Some thing iniiBt lie done to oxtricato the party from the ignoble position It occupies, or there will ho a situ ation developed that will most un favorably oll'eet election results. The nppoatanne in AthoiiH Inst Monday of something like one hundred tlnio-tricd and intelligent Republicans protesting in the Btrongost possible manner against the conduct of a fow men In Strangling the voice of the people, la significant of a condition that threatens the supremacy of the party in this stronghold of Repub licanism. Tli 3 situation is to bo greatly regretted and it is the pur pose of this article to show how very eosily and satisfactory is a remedy. The usurpation by lie Commit tee, elected now nearly two years ago, and its demand to be retained in...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 September 1906

?StP!?SyS W-. .ii-a'"''1" "mr WBP".PlJffff Hb - "r - 1 , MiMiiiiii miim x vj'ji.'i'igfffjriin '?i'B-. l".'JI-LJJH-LiLJlU nwJMJ-Kjeaa fjy.grJMggaw!:tiJggiajrJg jJiRjaxjcm: WjeMWHBWHglC9BWMWW DEMQCRAT-SENTINEL. Z TA weerlwspaper. I'UIIMHIIKtl ' KltY THUIIHDAV JIOHNIN0. Tho Loqan Printing and Publishing Co- INCOUI'OIUTKD) I'tTHMSHKItS. JI, (.!. llAN!h.t .1, H, l)oi.Mi.v. l'hksiukmt Skourtauy Enrroit Ol-M-'lCt:.' in Dolllson mock, South Door. loitered ul the t'o.toiilct' In Logan, Ohio, as Second class Mail Matter. Thursday September, 27, 1906. i W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. Tims wii.r. lie the first time in twenty years that a democrat is elected to congress from the Eleventh District of Ohio. It wns no use to try when Grosve nor was the candidate, but there comes up small potatoes now in the person of K. 1 Douglas, and what the people will do to him is a caution. Judge Wright will be elected by over 2000. Mark our pre diction. We know what we are talking about...

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