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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

tV5SSjPw'',W"?lHPfl7!r " " il3'"'','f '"T"'??fWe: r n ) 16 , W 4 W r- ffT i ENTINBL. n- T HE OHIO DEMOCRAT. THE HOCKING SENTINEL, 66th. Year, Number an. 25th, Year, Number 39. Circulatlon.3006. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County amrs i tli r v i x ). W7 PROBATE COURT. SIAnUIA'OE.UCEHSKfl. Edward Gnrfiold Hookman, of Laurol township, nnd Mary Vir ginia Nimomnkor, llf Groon town ship. Lesllo W. Brown nnd Lulu Smith both of Logan. William E. Tipple, of Nelson villo, and Emma White, of Falls township. William Griffin, of Sand Run, and Nadia Lemon, of Groondale. Ernest A- Brown and Nellie Irene Guthrie, both of Logan. Henry Howdyshell, of Wobb Summit, and Lucy Like, of Marion township. John Price, of Haydonville, and Sarah Vickroy, of Logan. Mick Mathnoy and Bess Martin, both of Murray City. The first and final account of C. V. Wright as administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of the estate of Tho...

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. — 18 October 1906

-ry 'fM'iiij)jiy. ij w' M"-iit iutt IhluH in Hyii ! tmiiiiiiii'mn,."iffiJtiFmntM'Jim!tHtif i' i Ti"mwii t ' 'Mljtr? i ' i 63- ? fe ft LAYLiN'S QUEER RULING. Secretary of Mnto Lnylin inn do a curious ruling luilu that may have the cli'eot of emiHinu trouble at the coming election, Ji is pro vided thut the presiding Judge tit tlic polls "bIiuII bo chosen from the .Judges of the dominant party jit such precinct as determined by the next preceding oleotion." The Secretary, as Chief Supervisor of Elections, holds that the general results in the precinct ahull con trol this determination. Accord ing to his ruling it will not suffice thnt Governor I'uttison carried the precinct, which was true in hundreds and hundreds of Ihetu all ovor th-i state. His plan is that the Judgeship shall go to the party which elected most of the candidates, and that the head of the ticket shall count only as one candidate ft is differ ent when it conies to placing the tickets upon the ballot as the law provide...

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. — 18 October 1906

w- "l Ky "A S-i x ,mwwd,mm ELEVENTH SWITCHES. From a Republicart Strbng- hold to a Position of Doubt. (Cincinnati Enquirer.) Chllllcotlio, Ohio, October 14. From u district of apparently nb soliito Itopublloan certainty the Eleventh CnngrcsBionul District thifl fall ban beon made one of ox treme dolibt, and there are ninny now who believe thnt It will bo close enough to require the otllcjal vote to decide the winner. The candldateo ure Alhort Douglas, of Robs County, Republican nominee, and Judge Oliver W. H. Wright, of Hooking County, Democratic nominee. For the first time, perhaps, in the history of the district a Demo crat is making an active campain, and he personally is very confident. The defeat of Congressman GroB venor naturally did a great deal toward making tho district debat able ground. There are nearly 400 Foderal ofllce holders in the district, and these have not been idlo in spreading the discord, while the former GroBvenor newspapers in the district are constantly ke...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

-Tnrny ll. IMUIII LJIII..I UIJIMIII .UJI.IIM L I.I I..H.II I. Mi W1WIIBI mWW pWrlJ-lijipjijiiy p- "?rijiK.J7iSpyi?p '' "&$ DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. .A JWEEKLY .NEWSPAPER. l'UllMBIIKI) KVICUY l'llUKSDAV .M0UN1N0. The Lo;an Printing and Publishing Co MVl'OltlMHtATKD) IMMUilSIlElb'. ViUoit. I'. Lnwt.s. 11. H. llAWI.. ,f. H. Doi.i.iMtN I'lllHIDKNT Sl'.UUKTAHY Etmou ol-'IMi I: TMorl'iTTt I In' In Dolllson llloclc, Soutli Poor. I'mtonkv In Logan, Clis Mull Matter. Ohio, at Second Thursday October, 18, 1906. For President in 1908 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska. mmcoi.NrviN.WMARViimucroR.AiAHioNMUrihR cNrY T,t AmL , . , Mr. Gabriel was nominated by tllo Democratic party Wc will explain for Mr. Nutter, if you wonuer w nj i o , lhclr calutiato for County Treasurer. A clean, nlco hnq not irottt'ii over the county In this canvas, that he Is suffering the hardship of a Very sick wife, for whom there has been little hope of teeovcry. J le Is at her bedside constantly, and could not respond to o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

' m&wv " -JW n ZXgZ2gZ!!2!JZZXf y-lftJ'-TJ! ' -THU w 1' f tef ll f W I'' LOCAL IffS. Miss Blanche Stroup was n Sun ilny ovonlng visitor in Lancaster. Mr. Ed Shorr, of Illinois, 1b tlio guest of N. M. Till's family. Miss Emma Lecroao epont Sun dny In Luncnator. Mr. Jcbbo Moo 1r recovering from ft Hovere slogo o pnoumnnin, Miss Noll Sohwonko, of Colum Imih, visited in Logan, Sunday. Mr. Cluronco Mnthins has takon a tomporary position aH olork at tlio Dopot Hotel. Mrs. ilno MaliafTy and daughter, of Huchtul, attended tlio funoral of Mr. George Shlvoly, Monday. Miss Magdalen Till visited Lan caster friends Saturday and Sun day. Mr. Si Hansloy was homo over Sunday from Ploasantvillo, whero ho Is working. Mrs. Dave Whulon, of Coluni btiH, in visiting her sister, Mrs. Capt. Wra.M, Bowon, Dead .1 (ill u Rectonwuld. Mrs. W. II. Acker has several days with friends in caster. spent Lun- Mr. Frank Cruiuer, of Chilli eotho, was 'calling dn friends liore during the past few davs. lames Flautt...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

' t$fr "PKJfJ! "- vBP!Frr" 'A vpn, t wijf rj? i EKftlMI ass I. ! Colll1Ilissiollers, Keport To the Hon. Ooorge K. Martin : Jutlgo of tlio Court, of Common IMens, Hocking County Ohio: The following la u detailed Btuteinent o" our Kiimnoiul trims nctlniiH, fur thu year ending August (Met, lOOit, us required by SiH'tlon 1)17 i. A. Al)VKltTTrNG G KNKRAL COMMISSIONER:)' A.VNU.W. Itni'ORT Tlm.tinirNnlfliiotti', tiulf rain ,. The Hneklug Hi'piililiciiit " Tlii! (thin Democrat " . Tin' ItorkliigSoutlnel ' .. At IIITOUS' ANNUAL EXHIBIT Tlie Journal Gazette, hnlf rntt. . Tin) Hocking Republican .... Tliu Ohio Democrat full rnti' TIM 118 or HOLDING COMMON I't.KAS COURT The Journal ftnuttu, half ratu . . MMi.i lti..llmr 1,...., il.lt...... .1 III" IIHl.lllll(. llCILAIIllUltll ,, 111111 Tim Ohio Democrat, full rnto 31 20 TIMIIS Oh' HOLIMNO CIRCUIT COURT Thu Jotiriiiit Onotto, lntlf rate.. . 1100 Tim Hocking Htipubilcuii , 1,1 oo Tin- Hocking S-oiUlinil, full rnte vt Oi) sheriff's proclamation Th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

(f k (f v I) LJ a Our f? 1 . a - j-j-H-J-K-f-H-H-W-M-W-W-H-W-t mmwm By GEORGE H. P1CARD ; Copyrtelit, 1900, by George H. ricanl -W-W!W-W-WH-:-H-W-M--H-3! NI2 afternoon Irutt suniiuur two plntiog worn unloaded from tlio way freight at Crossklll, a pretty suburban vlllnge on the west uliore of. n great tldnl river. The Instruments were ncnlly boxed nnd were both consigned to Professor Pierre Xiitcleu Gerard, Afteiybe train hud pulled out of the siding "nuil was ou Its laborious way up lllckerstraw mountain Jacob Hcub, wlio was botli pnsscngcr and freight agent, seated himself ou one of the boxes the one which contained a con. cert grand, the other holding an up rightfreed liU extinct pipe from Us residue with amusing particularity, le fllled It and, still holding It In his hand, extracted tho waybill from his Inside vest pocket. "Pierre I.uclen Gerard It Is," he de cided. "Now, who In thunder Is Pierre Luclen Gerard?" j V i B7 liAi.J. .' '. ",'; "AKTTHINO COMB FOR PEEK IitTOY-AKK OKE-...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 October 1906

"T iMnpm r i i.ii iiiinwfii 'K'i "' ii, i'i 11 i'in"i'nn wii'i V MJ.IJJ II""!1 ' W I' J'lUillUH- " 1-1 ."7T f-A J- JHT'ona awK-sXVsAW & mj Mf s-vmm m w .. "wv , x yrx ir i ih fc- y J0 Cedar Grove Several of our young people at tended preiioliing nt IMno Grovo last Sunday. Miss Nellie Muthiitt the touohor at No. 1, made a business trip to Logan last Sutnrduy. 1). C. Walker and wife have moved from Starr Twp., to our vicinity again where they formerly lived. Sir. and Mrs. Hurry Gordon had for their guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs). C. K, Kulklosoh, Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Walker and Miss Bell and Flattie Heiehley. Air, ILirley ICnlklosch mndo a business trip to So. Hloomingville, lust Tuesday. Air. Arthur Woolever is is the employ of .laeob Bainter at present. G. W. Devore visited bis father, on Klufk Jack last Sunday. Air. Clarence Ivalklosch is going to move to Cilunibus in the near future. Arr. James Fluni, who has been living in our vicinity for some time, is going to make his home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 October 1906

X r S M wft JCcJ THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 40. THE HOCKING SENTIN&L 66tli. Year, Number 21. siteus Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County UNPRECEDENTED POLITICAL FRIGHT. j "'"if iEn Bi W h f 1 I Secretary of War, William Taft, will be in Logan and Lancaster to speak for Douglas on Monday afternoon of next week. Mr. Taft coming as lie does almost direct to Logan from Cuba on a hurry trip, and being the next greatest man in office in the United States, prompts the people to si I up and note the significance. For twenty years the old Eleventh congressional district of Ohio has gone Republican from 2000 to 10,000, and it never seemed doubtful as to the inevitable result, but now it is different. There has been such flagrant violations of political honor in the Republican bossed manipu lations in this district this year that even the political pirates themselves, with guilt ra...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 October 1906

--HH)!fMr 1iy- -- - -"r Hi i i i in ih flltia nw iA flnt e r emiaajaaea-; GTIONS FOR THE YEflf 117 Sonio i in i nt 1 I V- elections isi'ii-'f ion I - t H,,..,( 1 wis been heard phieiw, -an" to TlbV Hie wnv HOW alTftlU'Ctl. C...... ...... I ..,!.. . I II.... .. ..''.'R..3 OUI1JU t'UlllUUUt'U l liuo IU) UIUUL1UIL would bo hold ni'xij your, it being added tlint nil intiuiRtpal niid other olllcers elected in tho l'till of 1005 for two yours, would hold ovcrnti extra yon r. '..-, -"" Mat) ' Just 'how this' impression-1 gb"t out is npt. known ljutNat l,cngt.,it docs not prove to bb'thV trutli in tho mnttor.. . . . . Tho abolishnient'of 'spring olec tions in Ohio,.sq.ught ils.o to.;pr,b-( vido for tho divorcing of local and state elections. i.e.. to so ar- range nil elections t'hat county and state electirtns would, b.e .held,; in iNuvumuer on cue even years, e; g. 1(100, lfl08(veje, National elec- liifl party iu convention. Tho hi dopondunt votpia ktuMVIie-jLtuo, sltuhtion. ntumthnt IsfMl...

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. — 25 October 1906

v" p li-IH-l-l iUMUMUg! I J t.Ui.lli J.J.JI1- l LUIJil!.m il ujau inr.gmwmew (HiuiLLUvn n lU-i-rfZgfafetaaBua iuluuuuuiilubj DfiPAiMffiftT OP AUDlf OR OF STATE BuTaattof'Ihsifeotion and Supervision of Pilblid Offices. Report of Examination of Logan, Hooking County; Ohio, January 1, 1905 to August 11, 1906. AtfeflstJli, IMC Affldtwt In-litlrlk ' ...... 1G0'03 Cash In Treasurer's Possession 4 00 . . u lt.ifK3jAt&,U. mi n$ W; H. GRADY, STATE EXAMINER'. LOGAN, OHIO, AUGUST 17th, 1000. Hon. V. D. Guilhisiit, Auditor- of State, Caiumbil9, Ohio. Sit'. In compliance with the Instructions recehed from jour through tho Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public Olllces, I proceeded to fclio village of Logan, Hocking County, Ohio, August, ill, 1000, and made tho second annual examination of the records and accounts of said municipality, covering the period from January 1, 11105 to close of business August 11, 1000. TREASURER'S OFFICE, G. W. PULLEN, TiiKAaimim. Tho amount in the bank of...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 October 1906

I"i'"MwrF t J 'w w zzTTmswrm "'ir '" " - '' ' '- s-!-fW)tV"'l"''- TK1 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLISHED RVKHY THVU3DAY MOtlNJN'O. Tho Loejan Printing and Publishing Gc (tNCO.ItrOUATKD) PUBLISHERS. Vnuui. C. LmniY, II. Q. Han"ku ,T. B. llJl.M3(l, President Skohetaut Ebrron omen: Entered at. thu -Tn Dolllson Block, South Door. I'ostoiltco in Logan, Class Mall Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday October, 25, 1906. For President in 1908 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska. Democratic State Ticket. For Secretary of State, SAMUEL A. HOSKINS, Of Auglaize County For School Commissioner, CHARLES IIAUPERT,.... Of Wayne County For Dairy and Food Commissioner, RODNRY.T. DIEGLE, Of Erie County For Member Board of Public Works, GEORGE H. NISWONGER, Of Darke County CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Member of CongresB, 0. W. II. WRIGHT Of Hocking JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, JOHN G. REEVES, Of Fairfield. T. S. CIRCUIT JUDICIAL. For Judge of the Circuit Court, HOGAN. O...

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. — 25 October 1906

"flr ?Hf,' f, 'j? A T-i 1 LijJlL! LOCAL if S. Goo. W. Krlnn and wife returned homo Monday, after spending povorcit weoka with rolntlvcs in Indiana and Nortn Western Ohio. A BiiocoBBful operation for Lorain WftH performed upon Mr. Abnor Drow rib tho Frotostnnt Hospital, Inst Monday, by Dr. Fhormnn Lonoli. Mr. Drow Ifi qriid to bo rapidly improving. Mr. Edward Doobolo is ranking n viHlt with his parontH, II. J. Doobolo and wife. Ho will roturn to Dayton about Novombor 1. , Mr- Hon Gofllin, of Bowling Green, visited relatives and frionds hero for a fow days this week. Dr. and Mrs M. H. Chorrington was visitors in Columbus, Monday. Mis Bertha Gano was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawronco Gnno, of Nelsonvillo, Saturday and Suu day. Mr. Portor Prioo loft last week for a visit with relatives in Ohilli cothe. Rev. Marshall Harrington, of Marysvillo, ocoupled tho pulpit at tho Presbytornn Churoh, Sunday, having oxohanged for tho day with Rov. Wilson. Rev. Harring tons BormonB wore much enjoyed...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 October 1906

"JWKnryf- V"WW j mwi ''Mifnli'rti U, tWH, - '-fc- . - t- ' - B & - i k 51 TRIBUTE PAID TO AN ORATOR Whose Voir ()il Stirred Vli L'tiiliusiasm. Pccpls GENERAL WILLIAM H. GIBSON Military and Civic Demonstration at Tiffin, Where the Qtato and County Erected a Memorial Unveiled Today. Principal Addresses by Governor Harris and Senator Forakor. ' Timn, O., Oct. 24. Music anil ora tory were mingled In the tribute piilil liuru today to Tiflln's greatest cltlzon of the iust, General William H. 01b boh. The state, county and city each had their share lu doing honor to lilm who In life was popularly called "Hilt" Gibson, a nlan who was noted for his abilities as a lawyer, a soldier, jv statesman, an orator and yet was at one with the K'oat host of common people, among whom he dwelt. Tho state and county Joined In pro viding for the monument erected here and unveiled today with splen did ceremony. Before the exercises a military and civic parade passed tin ongh streets profusely decorated ...

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. — 25 October 1906

V t-4 QUVpftuJanMii''imu"Uunni"i'i mwi unwr. Wlipn co'fl nro to lie atnlilcd eontln iiinulv ttfttiiiirtt Hut vnnr. .tvlllintif ntitf ""'"W .v?i";n"fY-' '''-: '"."" tflT yum privileges wniucvor, wu incline to tho opinion that there nlinuld bo ncHlicr itnlls iiot tlea othny Ufnti, except ri Mr stanclilonj Mr tnlla In n setmrnto cqui partinoiit, where ft few of the cows cun bo admitted lit n tuhtr'niul'Ucpt In placo during milking find while cittlng tliolr feralti, artyil' Hoard's brilrytnith, For tho bnlnnco of tho tlmo proVldtf n comparatively" robing pdtf, io bo occu pied ju .common, by the .entire, horji, with racks for liny and other qpQisq fodder through tho center, around tho sides. 'Xhls necessitates . the- tloltorulig of all tho nulmals.v but fiirullitM n nieasuro of- freedom and exerclfce'hoC obtaluublo'in any form ot stnll or'th. :' Wo reproduce In 'thl connection .it' floor1 plan' for such nu arrangement adapted from circular No. 05, tllitry di vision of the Illinois Agricu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 October 1906

--rmygpi nii.jfi-.iWi i nViiitfrfr ---it mtmmxM. fiSSk frlKfymtkStoff J, 4lr iinwiiwpw fM' i I f i. iinniniinimiimiii i in mu u jfi f f ttou -x yi en W 'WSwSl' Otl?K.,!IbwJ2 Gibisonville Quito ii number from this plnoo nttondcd tho Lanoastor Fair. ' Clnudo Cupp, David Wylie, Kutherino Kroaohbaum, Pansy Wylio nnd Velva BraBlmreB spent Sunday at Rock House. Married "Wednesday Oct. 10, David Wylie and Punsv Brashares ut tho the Homo of Rov. Matliias. G. A. Cupp Iibb been spending a few days at homo. Mr. Harbaugh was through the city Tuesday looking up political matterB. Misses Sarah Peterson and Goldie Evans started for a weeks viBit with rolatives in Urbana. Chas. Miller and wife returned home Monday from Logan. Mrs. W. 13. Zeigler was called to Hebron, Thursday, her daugh ter being very poorly. "Dick" Krinn and "Johnson" Bell have each recured a good position on a gas-line which the Logan Co. is running through this territory. They are throwing out the dirt. Chas. D.Notestone sold a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 November 1906

' 9WW&V ', t M i i i MOQR ENTINBL. THE!OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th, Year, Number, 42, THE HOCKINO SENTiNBL. 66th. Year, Number ,12. Auditor's Offlpin Sgjit J,' 00 Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County KHKmtMMv 'It ili '? Ul 1M JPW& Jh AM M 3 V Ay vflk W At,y IA JffjV ? pft?r Aff.-1 j4y Rk-.w' is ! i '$v For Congressman, Hon. 0. W, H. Wright Wo again formally present Jltdgo O. W, H. Wright to our Madera for their .consideration us our candidate for Congress, to succeed General Grosvenor in this tho Elovonth district of Ohio. Judge Wright is one of ua, From a poor, struggling, bare-foot orphan youth he line worked his way to an education by the hardest means, nnd in tho practice of law to tho Judicial bench. lie is n friend and 'brother of tho common people and tholr intorostB will bo protected when ho is elected, ' Wo here give a few milestones o his life, ns we have known him, O. W. iHi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 November 1906

- moppet- t- Y '"' ) 0WflW WWnrwn-rnvv w rVT H f SS" iiw: ' gfifuorAxsn! DOUGLAS VS. THE BOSSES. ( Ub'Mit .hmt-iutl.) , 'I mil !i'iiiiist till )i(hfii', 1 ru jjrot. tluit mv tiiiiiilniilinii was pro uinvd I13 l hf tiiciiitx (lint wore used, .t made u n)i'0(!li hoTovo tlio Com mittee on KoKolutloiiR of the Stnto Convention deiotiiifiiix bosses. 1 11 tn utjniiiHt bnssoa". Albert Doug hts. DoimnAa to Uuyso.n : "Qltuuis thou art nnd Cowdor, and it. does not appear what thon shall bo". "Keek still. Lot mo beat you over tlie head. Say nothing. We understand each other. You aie chuiriuun of the county board of elections. Von aro chairman of the only activo committee in Ath ens county and there aro only three of you nnd one of them is a kicker. You appoint all the supervisors and nil the judges of the election. You would uppoint the supervisors of all the primary olections, if we only had one, and therefore you enn carry any election that you want to. Nobody can vote with out your permissio...

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. — 1 November 1906

tjjMttiiayaijWMtt -' w v j. -? ft. .. - ' ' v pssacaayagarasX--J-J. j " I ', 'jajaaaarr- rfafirt ytlaasrtexaasyftfrr '-.r.gCT3Sa rrr.i .' r. i ,-' y '-rrTrt-rr. rTCTfHli,',iL'.';-ir,iaiuJL!a.'i .""J . ; r,1.1. ),; i,au'Tl,lrl i-""i".r.au-uni".' I , ' ' " ' a !-; i" ugm-Lj-i-uj lj u.jljj.',l; J,--1 iiM3ugarmuiiii3ai)riiiuuutq mpygwpjywppwwKf ' fc" i ,i m. 'a r oiinin nrn vvwwwwvvwwvwv dilUUK DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, rtlnusitKn liymiY tmuhsiuy jtoitNiNa. Tho Loeran Printing and Publishing; Co (iNCOlU'OttATIII)) PUBLISHERS. Vmcuti 0. Lmnsl, PmmIdrnt H. 0. HAXHHt.. - SROltkTAUV J. B. Doi.mmiv, - EnrrUn 6rrifMl:"TrnsoirBro7ki Soutii Door! Entered at. tho 'ostrtllli'D tu Logan, rhiss Mall Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday November, 1, 1906. For President in 1908 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska. NEvmt were tholcadors of tho discredited mnchlno bo badly frightened on tho ovo of u state election; never was there more evidence that they inivo cnuBb for alarm. Aubkiit Douor,AS ...

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. — 1 November 1906

'flJSSWT ",l!!JlsJjfipi''Wi(lil in wtirK''wr' ,TTO1W . -HK-y yw.' ' r jmnajpuppj111'! n.'nrmrma i miiiuilu. juiijji."ii.;lE"tjr 1T1FI MEETING Reported by an Independ ent Republican Paper. (Ohio Bon-lad. Hoi),) Logan, 0., Oot. 20. (Special.) Adhering tohis purpose, as an nouncad ut Cleveland Saturday night, in tho first throo speeches ho made in Ohio, William Howard Taft, secretary of war, did not discuss Htnto issues in his speech in Hooking coifnty'a capital Monday, tho home city of tho Democratic candidate for congress, Judgo 0. W. Wright, But he did advise his auditors to voto for the Republican state ticket. Ho did say thpt they should cast their ballots for tho ticket headed by Colonel Carmi A. Thompson. This utterance is suggestive and highly important. There has been jubilatiou in the party of tho op position and that section of the Republican presB arrayed against the state ticket that Secretary of War Taft, the man w ho success fully inveighed against "bossism" at Akron las...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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