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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 September 1906

7fW Hijv LOCAL IIS. LOST A light tan lady's oont length. Lost on West Iluntor Btroct. Will ilndor plonso notify The National Bank. Gun powdor tea. GOMLY'B. Mrs. C. F. Brandt is making a vtaitwlth Mr. Brandt, ntl'omoroy. GOAL Good, screened coal at 10c dolivorod. Logan l'ottory Co. Mr. Charles Broon is tho guest f of relatives In Tltusville, l'omisyl vnnia, for a wook. . . i.P- i. Lit.- . I I li Pont Card AUhiuih all sIob and prices at Bort & Co'b., The Driig ghts, Mr. Jack MoBrldo ih spending a few duys vacation In New Lexing ton and Columbus. Mrs. Will Frnaoh delightfully entertained ahotit sixty guests at podro, last ovening. FarmorB will do well to investi gate the Bpecial price on coal made thotn by tho Logan Pottory Go. Mrs. I. I. Klnser and children spent Snnduy with relatives at Elk Fork. Mrs. Anna Fluke, of Nolsonvillo, spent last Friday with her sister, Mrs. 0. S. Newman. A good, up-to-date grocery store. That is what Dolliaon Bros. keen. Miss Mary Myor, of Now Lex ingt...

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. — 27 September 1906

r"gjBBHBtvjliLi i ii .i :,mz3,:ngi u-mw-r:, t jmiuWtemwmm HflHil.l' hipiwyB rl- 11 "JU ! ' 1 I X 1 JJ-U-J.il LU E .. -1 L5J 'L'" If J-il ".JJIl if.1 'J ! ' ' JL JL' -l- -J- "'U l i - 'iyWJttlffl.f.Ei.1 TT n ti ii iT ! 'ywwM!!wiit'i i. ltoso Is n ' iu tualruti of tnro at laltiniiMit lias been growing old now lui' I j fill's, but hits tiitiiil f Git ud i. ithm of lotlrlug from Hie art.Mi.i a remarkable (.(truer. Tito u" i'i potlmps uupiiriillolcd, rccdiil (! ('' i cow Is thtit for ftn yeais Iti bit" pridm-ed tin average of US 1 )i iii id '' fcr fut or 44 pounds butter per ji Thla Is 1.-JJ1 pounds Hibltir for i "i null uuiy ilny of tins itiMi-jcs. ol t ii 11,000 days. Her lnr- I10SE, AVv.lt VOUi 381 FOUNDS II UTTER FAT. Rest lei iil f r Otto ycur was the enor mous u'l I of GSO.G imitnds of butter fill, (ITT .'J Dtnds, or more titan one lltiid ot it ton, of butter. This wits wot tit, sit "J (outs per pound, 9140. In tlf .imc herd Is another cow biMilntr tl..' unearned title of Queen, mi...

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. — 27 September 1906

&BllilKIAtKIW mmmmmrmwmmmmmmmmmmmtnmwmmmmimrmmmm 'A Our 9 Mothers' Wooing Dy ALICE LOUISE LEE Copyright, 1WJ0, by Allco Louisa I,eo T iIIEItE nln't n bettor mnnngor In tho county tlinn Jlutaey Anew," Hold lior nelghbora and Immediately ndded, "but mny tho good Lord deliver ino from being mnnnged by her." Those worn also Iter sou Zed's ocntlmcnts, but Provldonco had ho fur turned a denf enr to Zed. Indeed, It seemed to do lived lilm still furthor Into her Imnils nfter sho nnd Kllzn Wlllet laid their bends together for the fourth time. Mrs. AVIIlet was npprehcnslvo as to the successful outcome of this fourth lntcrfamlly cnmimlgu. Mrs. Agnew wis hopeful with the hope of one who has unlimited confidence In herself. "But, Botts," argued Eliza AVIIlet, "the others wan't so contrary. I cun't do nothln' with Atulky. Sho won't hear to reason, and Zed ain't no better, Is he';" Mrs. Agnew clicked her teeth and her knitting needles simultaneously. Her tone wns decisive. "Ellzy AVIIlet, BUS,...

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. — 27 September 1906

,-: '-i mifiimw,..ii- "l f p,.,. ,...M !.. Ill HI Mill mi.lWIIIHIIIllWMIlmlMIM"LU.I? 7mi J Willow Valley With the harvesting of the golden corn and the culling of the jay from out the chestnut tree-top, comes that dreamy; brooding quiet over till the enrth, as if mother nature, weary with her burdens of the heut or the summer, was seek ing ti rest, and we know from all these signs that Autumn has come. How like unto a human life is the fall of the year. It reminds a ler?on of one, who having per formed their many duties faith fully, stop for a moment to glanco back ulong the dusty and some times mlrey high-way of life o'er which they have traveled. Like the Autumn, which is fast merg ing into winter, they have not yet quite reached the end of their journey, but they know that tho gate of dentil is there, just a little ways ahead, and that in due sea son they will be called to receive the reward of their labor. (Jlobe on to three months ago Jlrs. James Peddycord, t highly respected o...

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. — 4 October 1906

SHUta nOQRA TSENTINBL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. '35th. Year, Number 37. MRL THE HOCKING SI2NTINBL, 66th, Year, Number 18. i;o' !feg5i Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, MOCKING: COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County W4 --. y m kM $ Mr PROBATE COURT WEUDIKO l'KHMITB. llobort H. Pulnior, of Sliuwuco, and Lyda .f. Myors, of Lognn, Waldo II. Chuto, of Lognn, find Clurn May Wolf, of Haydonvillo. An instrument purporting to ho the Inst will and teHtntnnnt of Wil linm Lindsay, late of Perry Town ship, wnB filed for probate Oc tober 2. Notice to liolrs wiih or dered and inBiiod, and hearing set for October 15, at 10 o'clock a. in. Tito first and fin J account of George W. Tlinmun, administrat or of the estate of .Tames Thomas, deceased, was filed October 1, aud set tor bearing October 20. Hearing was had September 20, on application by Ralph .1. Ed luiston for the sale of real astute of his ward, Isabella Edmiston. Order of appraisement was is...

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. — 4 October 1906

"Sf1 twptfwcw v"r i i DOUBLAS IS ED, His Cnnftr";stoiial Com- mitt eo Gi03 Him But 300 Majority. Hon. Al. Dnitirlns of Ross coun ty, llopuhlicuu candidate for Con fjrcis in tho 11th district, is not quite so "chesty" as ho was im mediately following his nomination at Lancaster, when ho wont ovor t New York and had himself in terviewed, to the effect that while lie might not set the world on fire during his first three or four terms in Congress, yot by the time he had served as long as Gen. Gros venor (20 years) he expected to be Just as big a man as tho "bewhisk- ered Athenian." Also, that it was, wholly immaterial to him whether Gen. Grosvenor took on" hiscoat and helped whoop'er upfor his election or sulked in lr'6 tent and allowed his friends to vote os they mw fit. With a majority of some thing like 10,000 behind him, he was in position to tell'those fel lows who were, -disposed to be ' soreheads, .that they could either get out and hustle for his election or go to the devil, ju...

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. — 4 October 1906

"MWMftPit'Ui-l . "f ' u rPAf-v A - fci,2T -4T WAtfBP 'atJ'n SSSEl Popular Talks on Law. Infants, or minors, are porBoiiB, male or female, under the age of twentyono years. In all blic a few states, however, females bo onmo of ago at eighteen. The law relating to InfantB'eontrnots 1b for the protection of the infant lilm self, lie Is oBHiuneil not to bo ablu to protect hliniolf, Tim ago limit, twenty-olio years, was fixed In the law mauy years ago. Terlmps Were the law to bo formulated anew the limit would be set lower. Young men and young women en ter Upon busiueHH life nowadays earlier than formerly. However, in no jurisdiction, so far iib wo iiave learned, has there been any nerinus attempt made to get the limit of many lower than twenty ono years, exoopt, as stated, in tile case of fomaloB. It is common to hear it said that an infant's contracts arovold, that one under age cannot mnko a binding contract. This is an un safe statement of the rule, if, in deed, not nu incorrect one....

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. — 4 October 1906

s-'jjjUljpppw" snnifgwrap-- fi tl'U'lTJ'J.PSBKyTtaj. lii-Jgf" rEesstt-BrrTr its: ..i wxsssasatti DEMOCRAT-SENTIN&L. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PUltMHIIKl) KVK11Y TIIUIISDAY MOIININO. Tho Loe;an Printing; and Publishing Co fINC'Oltl'OItATKl)) PUBLISHERS. Viiuitt. C. I.oh in. It. G. Hanski.. .1. H. 1)01,1, 1MN, I'llKSIOKNT SKOltKTAItY ItilHTOIt OFFICIO: In Dolllson Block, South Door. Entcicd at thu I'ostottlce In Logan, Ohio, as Second CliiNS Mall .Matter. Thursday Octcbar, 4, 1906. W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. Democratic State Ticket. For Secretary of State, SAMUEL A. HOSK1NS, Of Augluize County. For School Commissioner, CHARLES HAUPERT, Of Wayne County. For Dairy and Food Commissioner, RODNEY J DIEGLE, Of Erie County. For Member Board of Public Work9, GEORGE H. NISWONGER, Of Darke County, CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Member of Congress, O. V. H. WRIGHT, Of Hocking. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge of the Court of Common Plea9, JOHN G. REEVES, Of Fairfield. C1RCUI1 JUDIC...

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. — 4 October 1906

p-r -J .i-C. yuijiyiWjyiMSBBBgB r ifa ira i 'i Hoskln's Position. Columbus, Ohio, October 52.. County lo-'ni tijitinn Ih favored by Samuel A, HoskliiB, tlio Domocm- tic nomtnou for Secretary of Stnto, in a lotter addressed tn llov. J. II. Fltzwntor, of Delaware, Tlio nom inee favors It both on moral and political grounds and douu not hnlt or hoftltato in IiIh declaration of approval. It appears that Dr, Fitzwutor and others addressed a query to Mr. Hoskins requesting information as to his stand upon certain moral quostions. In reply the candidate made this atatamont: "I will way that I know so far as you aro porsonully concornod you aro awaro of tlio position I havo taken in theBo matters for many years past. I am a Demo crat and as fitch believe firmly in the doctrine of home rule. This loads logically to the initiative and referendum, and I need not say that us a Domocrat 1 firmly believe in this dodtrino and that it should bo applied to politioul and moral questions alike. Speaki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 October 1906

r-frmfzg Trv"'iFn.v TWWP" ,lr.-. IfiJtfcSsS J5Tff ihKis! LARQC HC? HOUSE. I'mvlilm Pup Mn Ilium, if Sunlight mill 1 1 t-lilnlixi of DrnflK. The MliiiolH I'iperliuent station gives Hie following ilomTlptlon of a large hoc house which it in successful op eration: , Sanitation. In order to he ("unitary n hog house should uiliulL Itm direct rays or the sun to the Hour of all the liens :iud exclude cold ilruftH lu win ter, he dry, free from dust, well ven tilated mid exclude the. hot sun during the summer. ric. 1 shows n hog house built with this purpose In view. The building as wholo Is thirty feet wide, with an $S0iW K ID D i y JBBjMLJLi via. i. vikw op paiit or hoo house. eight foot alley running lengthwise east nmt west with the wludows ou the .south side. The Important factor to consider In this connection Is the height of the windows represented at K and D lu connection with the width and manner of construction of the building. The window E U so placed that at noon of the shortest ...

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. — 4 October 1906

tyjpillff jfy TJTF? U . X t Our 3 9 3 a a (MMMMWMWW TKrougfi Straddle RocSt Cove By GEORGE E. WALSH Copyright, WW, by George U. Walih OOCU.ICS rmuu alumni nt Ilnll- fiix-u Htriuulod, bnttcreil tlere Het oC (lie, sun anxious to anil to tin; north const. IIu iviih BullVrliiK from u plethora of lmrd luck, but to Mr. Pierce liu luul the nnpeitr nnee of ono recovering from u period of dissipation. Anuuttu hiiw only the picturesque side of Ho;j,'leH, ami liu Wis tentatively eii?uued oii the Hpot. "I know tho Newfoundland count better'n 1 know tho chart of me own face," confessed the. pilot In u woft. pleading voice. "Heoliij; that I wis bonl In Straddle Kock Cove an' lived there until I wiih old enough to run away. I ought to." Annette was romantic, and she an ticipated Ida thoughtH. "And you -want to visit your old homo again?" she asked sympathet ically. "Yes, ma'am, I'm dying to do that; been trying to get buck In the.1 old "oh, boggles! vinrruin this happen?" home port for well ulgh 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. — 4 October 1906

'J pvw i mvi 1 iHWfWgfW1 Ul'H1 I" ji"gfi"ii"iwwlW"wnw pwwwwwim m1 in1 1 urn -j ii uii' nJi i jjuuiu iiJitj.ijpwwwwjiiwwiwii'ifWiijwwUi-ajJu jmwmwwjjimiii kim?"mmr'4Bmmmm9mmmmmmmmmmmmmFmmmmmmKtHm mump- OF VITAL INTEREST TO EVERY CITIZEN. CL() jr j.m tv r v flPP Carbonhill The campaign has opened up Kloctlou will soon ho here Tins candidates are shutting hands Ami sotting up the beer. llrs. Tom McAllister mid daugh ter, Kute, nttended the reunion nt Buelitel last Suturdny. Mr. Joint Kennedy, of thia place, was in Strnitsvillo last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Muce, of Lancas ter, are visiting at the lioiite of Mr. Pete Heedy. Mr. James Miller moved iiis family from here to Greotidale last Thursday. Mr. James Perkins moved his family from Greendale here the same day, Mr. M. G. Harbaugh was recent ly seen here posting his cards of instructions how to vote for him, but he failed to tell us whether he believes in union labor or not, or what makes him patronize n non union barber shop. The voter...

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. — 11 October 1906

.-fettaa ,nttm.ai.f ,. 03 .v 0,39 xH K J 4 y a' nr TW5m$ DEMOCRAT. DEMOeRA TSENTINEL TilR HOCKING SRNTftfRL, T asth. Year, Number 38. ,j uui.ii. 1 wn,j nuiiiuer ly. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. 13 L0QAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County !' . It t A SWEEP All Trustees of Athens As ylum Are Removed, JJEW BOARD NAMED Governor Harris Outlines His Policy. Immediately upon the receipt of tliii resignation of Trustee John W. Gregg of Wnverly, whoso re moval Govennr Harris thought at first would bo accomplished only by force, the executive Monday evening announced tho successors to the three men who have beon deposed for violating their olllcial capacities us trustees of the Ath ens S Into hospital. In making the. appointments tho governor took tho opportunity to outline his policy with reference to the choosing of olllcials and oin- iujrun ii 1111 nutuu inniikiu imiim. ", He Hiiyg that during bin admin istration no will hol...

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. — 11 October 1906

FW IflHIHW l'JW'WW(W'lWfjj!)jaMiHi'Tr. '''''5Sjpf5fiSSSp WWpB WrMta- tWJ K NDEPEiENT REPUBLICAN. John S U'lutoui h)p, who wns one of tli'1 It' m'tig Independent Roiiuhlii'aii" (if Ohio in thu light against Oovi'intir Horriok's re election h year mho. nnd who fig ured eonspleti 'ii-ly in tho campaign us iv writer of "upon loners" to the governor, la one of ninny thoiistinds of Republicans of tlio Htnto who beliovo that tho contest of lust year was a more preliminary skirmish to the real, decisive battle in the clfort to stamp out "bossism and graft," which have nllliotcd the stnte for many years and going from bad to worse ns time goes on. Mr. Wagenhals will not write nny "open letters" in the cam paign, but instead has decided up on the more novel and more ef fective plan of issuing a weekly publication, to bo known as "The Independent Republican," the first isue of which made its appearance on Saturday. Kditor Wagenhals in his "announcement" of tho purposes of the publication says:...

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. — 11 October 1906

-V il(a4'fft!.ciaaar1 erarnsssacaa -1 ,1 HOSKINS . BOLD STAND. "if will bo seen that llo (Hob kins) positively and unequivocally tufii'H the position hold' by llio milch loved and lamented Gcivurn nr I'nttifWn. In IIiIh lie will hc oure the mnriil tippiovul of tlio befit. cltizena itf Ohio. 'Wo congratulate the Demo (irtitH on having at the head of thnir ticket u man who Iiiih conic not into t ho open and who nn noii noes that he will iitand Tor ovory moral and prilitieal reform ropreHonted by Governor l'atll Hon." American Issue. The Hi and taken by Samuel A. HoHkitiH, candidato for secretary of state on the Democratic state ticket in favor of county local op tion, has excited much favorable comment. His declaration is con sistent with his whole life. Mr. Hoskins is now a lawyer, but for many years was superintendent of a prominent Methodist Sunday 80I100! at Wapakonota. !Io was a member of the general conference held at Chicago in 11)00, and it now develops was in full sympathy wi...

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. — 11 October 1906

!? VWMU'T "V-ywywinr"'''1- , j-,p-ww ". VV""WfWjw"W TIJTJpwI BE'lM'Mi jwjmm w Vbm f,fn -a fr fryfryii0'll' "'.VjO1' ' "uc "lU1 JJlU.-Li"J.J. - ----- - i i n 1-....1 j iijjji.if)WjiP.;.X?i.fc.topirti1-.i.iwa.iiii rgTT.BT:r'.v.:if'j'stris ,))j. j DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. 2 A WEEidY "NEWSPAPER. " l'UIIMSIIKI) KVKIIY TUUUSUAV JtUHNINO. The Lou;an Printing and Publishing Co (tNCoiu'OitArr.o) ITlllilSmJIlS. Viitmi. ('. Lowm. It. (. IlANslJI,. .1, It. Dou.win. 1'ltKSIDRNT Shohktauy ThltTOtt OI-'KICK: In Dolllson Mock, South Door. Hut ei I'll at tin' IVwtotllco In Logan, Ohio, an .Second Class Mall Matter. Thursday October, 11, 1906. For President in 1908 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska. Democratic State Ticket. For Secretary o State, SA.MUKL A. 110SKINS, Of Auglaize County For School Commissioner, CHARLES IIAUPERT, Of Wnyne County For Dairy and Food Commissioner, RODNKY J. DIEGLE Of Erie County For Memhor Hoard of Publio Works, GEORGE II. NISWONGEK, .. Of Darke County CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. Fo...

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. — 11 October 1906

'J HjjnMJifftrfvrfrrr !JLT!J J s DCAL NEWS. h COAL Good, Borooncd conl nt lOo delivered. Lognn 1'ottory Co. Mra, August Holtio and Miss Mny Klrkor woro shopping In CoI umhtis,' Monday nnd Tuesday. Mm. V, Harrington, of Coliiin tills, Is tlie guoRt of II. H. ITrir rlngton's family. Halt $1.00 por barrol nt The Thurnesa-Wright Co, Among thoao from Logan who attended tho diatriot convention of tho Women's Kollof Corps, at Nol snnvlllo, Tuesday, woro Mrs. Par Hona, Mra. Sam Crow, Mra. Ilarvoy Stultst, and Mrs. Will Acker. Now is tlio"tiiua. to 'get that whi ter wrap. Tho ThurnoHB-Wright Co. have tliein at all prices from $0.00 to $35 00. LOST On Saturday night Oct. Otli. between tholtcniplo Punk and Drown Pros, clothing store a ladies Cold Watch and Foh. Watch en graved "M". Findor please loave alPrown Pros, and roceive reward. Wo pay 22cts for J3ggs. Thurness-Wright Co. The Misses Pi m in n Floyd and .Jessie Collins wore in Columbus last Friday, attending the funeral of C. A. Monroe. c...

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. — 11 October 1906

iflrftS2sra JJSMSCA j!M Eft W-StfA-ttJItSj ii?,i&$ia3TMUitmttitii'MiMpMMMrSaaxxMrT 4J Our fl(WMMWMMWWfVMIMM KSESSS" ...aOSSHSrn Bernard Flynn, Scooterist Dy FRANK H. SWEET Collrlcht. IDOrt. hv Frntik II MtfnAf fasz-- ffl 11 TITH great Inland boo was choked with drift Ice and slush, partial ly frozen over. It was too thick for a lifeboat, too soft and open 'for a sled or'Ice yacht, too rotten for the most during life saver to venture out upon on foot! And yet off there Bomewhere In the slanting wall of rain, Jnshed and beaten by the storm and hidden by the darkness, a vessel had gone down, and now the survivors, If any, were wnltlng upon some frail, crumbling support for the rescue which, If It came at all, must come quickly. Flie Island life savers were walking the shore, peering and listening Into the darkness, ready at the least hope to risk their lives for something; they did not even know was still there. More than ono man had his scooter ready for Instant launching, but, th...

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. — 11 October 1906

V A m n'2W loJl .. v NT , r" a rT..y !! A (. i' , SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT. Tho conBtltutlonnltty of the Aiken law, bottor known nB tho $1,000 aiitoon tax law, 1h to bo Biibjcctod to a tost in a Hamilton county court and thoroby hangs a talo nnd a vory short tnlo, tho wohIh, "GoorRo 1$, Cox has given orders to his subordinates to wlpo tho law off tho statuto books," be ing BUflluietit for its relation The pins have all been Ho.t up, the various attorneys, Including those who wore eleoted to repre sent tho people, luivo been duly enaoliod, n "Hafo" judge has lieon soleeted and everything is oxpeet ed to move along like unto the rythmic How of goose grease. Wore it not for the fact, that tho observance of certain forms is necessary, tho law would have boon declared a dend-lotter several days ago; but the fact that it must make its way through court in something approaching regula tion style, compels tho attorneys on both sides to gather evidence, and in this instanco it can be said th...

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. — 11 October 1906

Nr ViVMiM "S'y Wnffa. ri SOfii5 V yfJ LZlgQ .'A... 4AiJLlff BIWIH.H. KHIIP Mil I IIHII.IIIHII.II I I Ml WiWMiMMWil.lBrllMIMI I IMtlJ II II im.ilMi 7 .Lalalalalalat S71" Ji Cedar Grove l'ruohhig ut Pine Grovo lust Smulny by Rev. Itued, of "Wiihiut Grove. Tho Jingling of tho School bell is iigtiiu heard. Mrs. Maggie Heory is quite lioorly at this writing. Sir. Diiniel Engle, of Wiiphing ton, Twp., passed through our place last Monday enrout to Salt Creek on olllciul luisines. Mr. Marion Kitchen had the misfortune to lose a valuable cow hist week by getting into his sweet corn. Mr. Clarence Kalklosch has sold his farm near this place to Mr. Sim Nihiscr, of Laurelvllle Twp. Mr. Hurry Gordon and family wore the guest of Mr. Charley Carr of Gibtennville, last Sunday. Mr. Vint Sim, of Columbun, vi sited his aged father II. C. Sim List week. Miss Cora Sims was the guest of Miss Icel Davis lust week. L. H. Beery mado a business trip to ho. Jilunmingville last Fri day. Mr. Aithur "Woolever li...

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