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

i X.-.. ' fcr fv 1 M 1 1 '1 iA ? r p.' THfi OHIO DEMOCRAT. ?MJ!F ,h. v,, Mm.,,rar'0JS'"ir" -" " !. ij-., MOQRA T-SENTINEL. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. S6th. Year, Number 30. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County mm hum hmwljiird wmsammmsasam.. NEW YEAR GREETING l-i K , .fM-"1 t( ' Here's a few we have contracted for the balance of the Season: William V. Mong, in "THE CLAY BAKER," Lyman Twins in their musical comedy, "THE RUSTLERS," KATHRYN OSTERMAN in the comedy drama, "THE GIRL WHO LOOKS LIKE ME," The musical farce comedy UTT A "rkTO O TTV 99 mA. JL Al 1 f 1" Bfct. ( If,? ,j& .,-- " ':?; -',.. The comedy drama "A PAIR OF COUNTRY KIDS," William Macauley in that clever drama, "THE LITTLE HOMESTEAD," The merry musical comedy, "TWO MERRY TRAMPS," Our old friend J. C Lewis in his popular comedy "SI PLUNKARD," . The well known, popular comedian, W. B. Patton, in his new play -,,, . &'. "T...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

iiMMfcgrtArWi fiHNOTm-im ni'im iow ! mm." i ..Jim iiinwii.n iiiMpii i.. .1 .in i u innuM'imiuu uu im urn I'V I aj fu TROLLEY CA'R HIT Bf TRAIN Grade Croscini; Tragedy nactcd In Ash uhuiii, Uhio. ONE DEAD, FOURTEEN HURT 8ultam Commission Advised by the Governor to Take No Further Ac tion Toward Erection of Monument. Constable Kills Assailant Other News of Ohio State. " Ashtabula. O., Deo. 2fi. Tlu Huf-fnlo-Plttshiirs flyer struck a trolley car mi the Ashtabula Rapid Transit lino at the Lake at root grade crossing of tho Lake Shore' fnilrosul. Tho Htreetcar wjs demolished. One pel1' son was kllk'd und' 14, Inlurcd. Tho dead: Leonard NoWbold of Ashtabula, a sod 17. The Injured: C. .1. Uullock and Wil liam Ralgrihart of I'nlnesvillo; Robert Ruptlsle. Krle, Pa..: William Cook, Jas per Hnrton, .Mrs. James Whelpley, .lames Whelpley, -Mrs. Horace .lohll son, Clayton Gardner, Mrs. Clayton Jenkins, frank Cnpltanl, John Capl tani, Rosalie lelrgln, A. Cnslnn and Rowley Newhold. all of Ashtabula...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

"'Mf? ' vw HTtflWnli CTT-gywi. tmB.jui'iiuiawBiii-n..ni-JU!uijx.jL- i.jjg..imiMiiw!ggMaa tjjj-!jiamtg?imt.iiUJ-' 'mnirfl STATE TROOPS WITHDRAWN Order Restored In and Around llic Village of Walialali, Miss. NUMBER KILLED IN RIOTS Dead, Bodies of Negroes Found In Alt Parts of tho Town and the White Conductor Who Was Ambushed Passes Away Three Blacks Report ed .to-Have Beon Lynchod. Jackson, Miss., Dea. 20. dovernor Vardaman received a telegram from J. A, Quartos, a prominent citizen or Scooba, Miss., statins that ti further uprising had occurred, In which llvo unknown negroes woro killed, and that their slayers had been captured, and asking that 25 troops b 1Ih patched to that place to help hold tho prisoners. Governor Vardmnnn In structed the colonel commanding at Meridian to ask for a special train over the Mobile & Ohio tallro-id and to go to the scene as quickly us pos sible. Wahalak, Miss., Dee. 20. Tho state troops, called hero to suppress tho racial rioting, liava all retur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

ajafc V I n l l. m i i a: If jjini iilrMuilijHWTjl"; DEVIOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEiKLY NEWSPAPER. rUlttitnllKII KVKHT TIIIIHSrAY MOlIMlMtl. The Logan Printing andPablishing Co. ! ifsrimiMiit irnwijv i I'tfltt.lHllKUi vtitmt. '. t.iiw m. JI.U. II nnmh., ,, II, lOl.l.HW, I'llF.SlDPST rid) km MIV l'.lllTOH OKKIOI'I In l)illl'n Mock, Houtli Door ' r Utitcrpil nt th I'lutiiiHcK lii.r.oHiiii.Olilo, n HvconiiriHRi .Mull Mutter. Thursday, Dec. 27, 1906 c PLEAS COURT No. ;!S07 George ,W. Huston vh Thomas Kasuro ct ill Partition. Sale of lands for $1(J!)." was report ed Dec. 21, and confirmed. Dis tribution in part,,' was ordered. Wliitcraft for plaintiff; S. H. Bright and F. A. Nail for defendant. No. 88 1 J . Luella Hart vs Willis McClelland. For 10,000 damag es. Motion to strike at certain parts of tilt petition, as irrelevant, ovenulcd. . W. H. Wright and liicketts for plaintiff; Wright & Pettit and Hparnon for defendant. .JSP. l. C. E. Bowen, Executor of C. W. James deceased, vs Henry Conkl...

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

"fs www yteuMe&Hrilnlu'iMllim) jiii iiuw im r-V" Hostess and Teacher, ' PROGRAM i . liit1 AL . Miss Kate Knshbauni is spend ing this week at Gibsonville. " Mies Belle Brook ia tho guest of hor parents during tho holidays. MisB Florence Snider is tho guest of hor parents in Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Brown nre vifriting relatives in this city. Mr. Harry Armstrong is home from Doleware for tho holidays. Mr. Dwight Mathias is at home during tho holidays. Don't worry about coal call up the Logan Jottory Co. Citizen Phone, 185. Mr. and Mrs. Tke Huston are spending the holidays in Lagan, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fox. Miss Roso McCourtney, of Athens, spent Christmas in Logan with her mother. Mrs. Colonel and Miss Lizzie Rerapel aro tho guests of Mrs. Wasson in Columbus this weok. Mrs. Charlie Woilnnd spent Christmas with Mrs. Nick Woil lund. Mr. John Till spout Christmas with his parents inchis city. Mr. and Mr. Nick Till hud as thoir guests Chrlstmus Mr. Dauiol Fos, of Lancast...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

$ . w-juamT&nan1 i .W.,1, 2.f w -v t 4 A-ii One of the hirjiHt nnd mist mucins fill dairymen in Mils country Is Horace L, Hrotison iif ('nilluiid county. N V whose d.itry blt-lne-is l cniidiirtcil on lie :iiul plain ns ii modern depart uicnt store. In ii iceent Wniie of I lie American Agriculturist Mr. ltronson tolls of lhi linporliiiico of Unlit mill vcnfllnllon In the vCV barn follows: Cows lire liillnlipiy heller off In a colli, ilt'.v stable with plenty of Unlit mid itiioil nlr thnh In nn overheated dark room. I titir knew a cow to get pneumonia or tubcrciiloN from be ing In colli, dry, Willi lighted ipiarler, but I litivc known wholf licrils to be affected ami destroyed from overheat ed, III lighted stall. The niiupolielit parts of air ore oxygeij mill nitrogen. Oxvueii hiinnlles life to the itiituiitl kingdom ami nitrogen to the vegetable. Without oxygen animal life cannot he iiiuiiilalncil, for the reason that when pure air U taken "Into the lungs the .oxygen Is appropria...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

;! w, fjp -"? J vc- - "-npr"-' ""' NngfMjgmg -4 afflWOMIijINIM Our g rat THE NE'ER- DO-WELL By Atiifn Cloy Mtmoz Copyright, 1003, ky Clmrlea It. fctbri Itnttmi THE Vatt Iloustont wore itu aris tocratic family people of tuo world noil no linpp.V ns most but for the fact tlmt a family skeleton lodgod In their liearN In this memory of an older brotlior Peter Van Houston who had been expel led from college and alter running wild for a time had suddenly oudcil It all by forgluK hid father's inline to a check for 55,000, collecting the money and departing for the west. At that time his father, Hubert Van Houston, was one of the rich men of Wall street. Years before bo had burled his llrst wife, who left him this troublesome hou, ami hail married again, a fashionable widow, who duly presented him with a rtuughlcr. Till lady comforted htm when hh-boy worn away, cared for him through his last Illness, wept gently when he died and after a time settled down to enjoy tho money her husband had l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 December 1906

- fiP i h If mniiinnKuwwwwfwiixww mmm TJ? m v i ' i S T JT ! tak. -- "l. u if ' lit t Million Holiday sreejlhga to till, even ooiiiiiiissioner Wiley mueller. Now MondnyJ ercok you know wo feol ns "sncnkin ns sliecp kill- in dog" about' olir high tax unci lovely roads, but wo don't dare to i Lenuger's feet slipped on tlio iny Other Towig Mr. Clias. Coopor from Sand Hun waa seen bore Inst Friday. Mr John Young of this plnco was galling on Mr. Mutt I 'vies of Nclsonvillc Inst Sunday. Mr. 1'. recontly got seriously hurt in the mines. Mr. .Topeph Lenager of this place met with n painful accident Siiturdny morning whilo working at the depot at this plnce. Mr. CONCERNING PHOSPHATES. kick you know. No. J) schoobgnye a spelling the 21 Inst. 'J We are thankful for the snow, it is so much nicor than mud. We are puch inoody'pcoplc that we can hardly apprecintethe change. Hurrah for' Murry City, the temperance porkers are already thanking GoilT " Tiike ui nee toinptTiuioc w orVers You lutll not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

Nl THMEMOGRR TSENTINEL ft I 'J "9 j Tlin OHIO IJKMOORAT. 20th Torif Hoi nn THJiHOOKIMOBEHIIHIlIi 00th Yew No 20 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 1907. Th Onl 7 Democratic Fatter Id th Onnnly Oltonlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year II he. '.into k ,. LOCAL 1WS. Ohntlio Beck spoilt Now' Years in tho capital city. Mrs, Dora Dloasor, of Camil Winchester, spent Sunday with Mrs. Howard Lomon. Harry Brown, who hni iiosi- Ition iua candy fnctory tu Cnntnn, Ohio, is visiting at homo. Miss Lonn Phelps entortnincd Iwith n watch party Monday cvon- ing. Miss Boss Robov entertained with a watch party Monday oven- lug. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Bright entor- , tained with a watch party Mon Iday evening. Agatha Fox and Florence )oobelc spent Thursday in Lan- JaBter. Mr, Arch Kriog, of Charleston, W. VaM spent Christmas and Nqw Years with his mother. , Don't worry about coal pall up the Logan jfottery Co. Citizen Phono, 185. Miss Carrie Kennard ontet tained a few friends with a marshmallow roast o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

" Fip&Tfy wdp v-" Ti-r-' n'rrrm, hwiw,wjiiwhw' iinmwf jw'P mormmtmimVm Correspondents. Marion Frnhk Morehoirt mill children, Guldio mill Walter, (r Ciirroll, Hpont Clirtettiiitts with Dr. Huttor mid family. mwizasxcGtm THE THURNESS-WRIGHT CO. Semi Annual Clearance Sale How Ion th w ure to see the snow lertvihir and mini ro-nppenr- Lust week I wan ninde to say moody whan I mount muddy. Good for you Monday Crook I "A urn i iiiiiiriiisrnifimnrnrirn w Tell It out, toll it out, let the peo ple know whut you think. Dickens snld "to dure to any what othera only dure to think makes men martyrs or reformers or both.' We are sorely in need of reformers but don't want any of them to suffer martyrdom. 1 am sorry to learn, through Uncle Ilea, of people getting so hard ur or low down as to steal fix in old Father Briley. Ho tied the matrimonial knot for your Hcribe nnd did his part so well that it has not untied in twenty years. That is a good while for inch knots to stay tied these days. Wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

jMaiiBJUMu, HimuiJULia,. MMFiWMJWJ'liM"lWimWa ttteiil CSflCLl!..1. l iBjyaJi1 1 utsjc trl y FOR SALE. Here is an opportunity for an invostment that will bring from eight to ten por cent on your mon ey. We have for sale 3 cottage houses and 4 ten room double houses, fooa- ted in the best part of town, all rented and bring ing good returns, call and investigate. F. A. KOPPE, Real Estate Agent. Onico on Spring Street, Hear of Opera House Block. WEALTHY On Monday Marshal Allen re ceived a lottor from J. C- Coney, of Los Anpsolos, California, asking for information concerning a fum ily of Coneys in Logan. The lot tor stated that the writer lias sub stantiated claim of u vast estate, and the family inquired of are heirs. Marshal Allen went t: the home of Nick Till, and talked with Miss Dora Coney, who was visiting th?re from Lancaster, and she said pho know something of the estate, and that her family at Lancaster would take the matter up at once. No other Coney family lives in this vicin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

g? . -"Pf 'rir rtngfiiwrininf -"-irni i wiua.llilii il i hihIiii.ilkihhhiHiiUj IIM III 1 1 il ll'itOHHilwyMIMl yjpnr -k " 1 1 5LAttP j- DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL FWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUllt.lBIICn KVKIIT llltTllfHUT JIOHNtMO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. UNl'OIII'clltATKfl) ntiti.im:u.s VI It'll til'. I.uw in. It.rt. It KNMhl., J, I!. t'dt.l.lHUN, PlIKHItlKST HFC1UTAKY fllUTOH tlFKHMlt 111 Dulllmiii llliu'tt, Himtli Door Knteretl nt tin) I'oitnllW In t.oniui,Oliln,ni HecoiiiU'lim Mull Mnltfr. Thursday, Jan. 3, 1907 Auto-Biography of Mt. Zion School. 1 uni not writing becnse I urn so grout, but because bo nuiny people iiru interested in mo. J was born some 111) yenrs ago My exnct ae is unknown, on, ac count of tbe distraction of thp family record, however, tlint is of little importance. My record is one to be proud of, and I miiBt yriy, my renown has spread far and wide. I waa dedicated a long time ago by the late John Parker to the service of the nation for better or worse, sometimes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

JJi L .V FIGHT AMONG THEMSELVE Saloon Keepers of Logan Engaged in Law Suit 't Thoro don't soom to be enough public scntimont knocking ngainst tho saloon?) to niiikc tilings lively, bo thoy have stirred up n big light among IhonisolvoB while thoy uro still permitted to rfiHticnto among , I1H. Sometime ago, whon the if 1000 Aiken tax law wont into i-IIVet, the Btiloon keepers of Logan met and formulated an agreement Hint thoy would mako the consilium pay the extra tax. Thoy would out down tho beer glasses to twclvo ounces, and chnrgo lfio for all mixed drinks of whiskey, and reg ulato tho size o "growlers" and size of bottles. This wuh a fla grant Boliomo to mako the custom er pay the raiso in tax, by giving him loss goods for his money or charging him more for his usual drink, All tho saloon men in Lo gan "signed tho scale" except Charlos Deishloy. Ho refused, and hold out for a few days, but they soon forced him into tho combination by threatening to boycott him bo ho could buy no b...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

"3i nymtM mW -& IIJMI 1.1, ijjii.'i um'wujfji y rll' ' "'fr?,Tr'r --"''" ' 'r73PW" "j-t '53nf':-Bf!Pfr'Wrr1 "i-B-fc'-Ui1-1 j I't'l.-jlnnffbSan&jftBt" mv juimui.ii.uv wnm Oliiiui .4. -' V r ItvW N25jrtTt! DWARF FRUIT ORCHARD. )rff-Niir 1". V. Wittitfli' Nttirl mill Mii'i'inrtil llntfrii-li, One of tin' suh.l-tH rclutlinr to hor lluiilturc which demand deserved at tention t the eieriiiiciit of 1'rofessor 1''. A. WuiikIi f II"' Massachusetts Atf rlcullural mile: in the production of dwarf fruits. The one-fourth acre dwarf fruit oivlmiil there fruited heiiv- wjkur i'i-i.K tjiek in rntur. The kind they rov In Atiiss.uhii'cUs. ily lust scnson. An editorial icpre NOiitutivo of thu .New Knslnml Ilunie stuiul lut.pertel tin- iitehiiid whi'ii It viis in fruit nnd Iniuid the enterprise an unqualified success. All of the com mon fruits. such ns apples, pears, plums, peaches, neel.irines, etc.. were found In the dwarf fruit ?urdiMi. Fine larjre applet wore mtii kiuwIiij.' on trees not ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

, ft !'. I Sf M mmmmmmmttr .3 Our 1. II l.'l'.lfflil"!!11 II" !' WON BY "WIRELESS" Uy William W&llnco Cool: Copyright, 1WB, by William "Walloon Omk w IttHLBSS telegraphy, at-iu'.e- raen, la nil very well It Is the coming aysti'in, 1 sup pose but thoic tiro other "wireless wiivh of Hliootlnjr our tliounlitM uoross nu abysm ol! space tlmi will nev er bo entirely sidetracked by IUIh In vontlon." The young fellow over lu one corner of tho suiokliitf compartment roused himself with tho genial laugh of a man who might become n raconteur If pressed. Several tedious Jiouitf lay be fore us, nud such a pay stronl; could not be allowed to k undeveloped. "Do you remember the strike of tho tel6graph operators on that Jerk wa ter Arizona road" last spring?" tho young man proceeded aftur a little urging. "Among thoso who walked out were three young easterners) who had jollied each other over the wire until they UaU become pretty well ac quainted. "That strike became a lockout, and tbe road bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 January 1907

tmpgcgpjpnr ypsrwjt. -nf T-flHf WVyJ't' f V POLITICAL MiORIALTO COL SANDS. (f'iiiiniilm 'iiii ) "The late Colonel Aloxiineler C, Sands was one of the shrewdest politiHnns tlint ever lived," rc miirked a well posted mnn In the Neil house lobby tho other night. "Ho was possessed of nil tho trnitB that make a successful politicnl munuger. He eould size up men, know Just where to place them, and with his suave, pleasant dis position could bridge over dilll oulties." "If Colonel Sands hud lived General Grosvenor's career in congress would not be ended. 1 was at the convention in Lancaster when Grosvenor was turned down for a re-nomination, and nearly every man there said that if Sands was alive Grosvenor would have been nominated. Sands saved Grosvenor the nomination many times. He and Grosvenor were close friends before tho civil war. Colonel Sands was known to every politician of any note throughout the country. Ho was on imtimute terms with Lincoln, Grant, Wade, Hayes, Garfield, ithii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 January 1907

' I Wywwmmyp 'ty TrtE DEMOeRAtSENTINEL. lf IVc w- M. IT ffl ggteWEA.'.?tf. m LOGAN. HOCKINQ COUNf V. OHIO. THURSDAY. JANUARY io, 1907- HHJ&lJWlyniAgnSl RAILROAD SHOPS FOR ;' LOGAN Visit by the Hocking Vai- ley Ry. Oflicials and Plans Formulated Monday of tills week was a murker in tiio hiBtory 6f Logan. When a committoo composed of A. C. tfiptoh, D. V. Thumbs, P. Blaslus und Mayor Dollison, stepped into the privuto dnr of General Superintendent M. S. Connors, in Hoiking Valley Ry. ynrde Monday, and entered into a conference with that distinguished rail-road man in company with his corps of officials, there was clinched tho biggest boom for Lo gun over put on foot in this town ; a bonified boost that spells "city" nstoad of "village" for Logan. It niennB thnttho Hocking Valley Railroad Shops, employing from 200 to 500 men, will bo built at Logan immediately. Five years ago, Mr. C. W. Sohwenko, agent at Logan, and a man always endeavoring to help .his own town, lilong with promot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 January 1907

A iiimiiiim iHn fi i vm th r Co en tar i es. Logan Looking Up. With the prospects of. the big clay works ntOreon dale with Logan as the distributing point, and with the other clay works hero pushing right along and the big railroad shops to bo built here, employing from 200 to f00 men, Logan is cortnlnly looking tip. The- next year will soo tlio stunt of a big town grow ing into a city. To the 5000 poople that live within our limits now will be added '2000 more in a few years so that by the time of the 1010 enumeration, we will bo classed as a city. Lot us take hold and push. Make the year 1007 the greatest yoar of our history. Ho an optimist, not a pessimist. Push don't pull. Roads Retard Labor. It is indeed deplorable that the roads are permit ted to bo so bad from Logan to the clay mines north of town, that the Hocking Clay l'roduct Co., must necessarily shut down for want of clay. Teams can not haul over the roads. Two miles of pike out that way would enable that company to run ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 January 1907

" WJJSU"! t "MRf -W T fci U IN W S So Declare Judges of Cin Tsirinati Superior Court Clnuiniiuti, Jan. 2. Tho judges of tho euporior court Wednesday hnndod down n decision sustaining tho validity of tho Aikin law, passed during tho Inst session of tho fitnto legislature, to incroaso tho saloon Hcoiibo tux from .$(150 to $1000. Tho liquor intcrosts of tho state woro behind tho move ment to knock out tho law. In ruling in tho oaso, the mom ben of tho court decided against tho sa loon interests on ovory argument put forth by thoir attorneys. Tho latter mado much of tho fact that tho lato Governor John M. Pattison was not in physical condition to give tho bill any con sideration whon it wus passed by tho" legislature. Tho court held that all tho proscribed forms had boon, observed and his condition could not inyalidato tho law. Tho caso will bo carriod to tho higher courts. A Card This is to certify that all druggists aro authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 January 1907

SjBFWW" '"y-" ft w -jAapjwi'ia' L fc I DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. TU1ILIHHKD -KVRRY THUHSnAT MORNISO. , The Logan 1'ririling and Publishing Co. (IftrollPOIlATKl)) nnii.iHiinitH i VtHtJIt, 0. LOW1M, ll.G. IlA.NSKI,, J. It. Dol.l.lHUM, I'ltFSIIIKNT HkciuCtahv KlltTfllt OFKIORl tn Uolllvm llloclt, South Door filtered nt tlio Pintnttk-e til I.nRnil.OUlo, 58 HocolidUliiM Mull Miitior. Thursday, Jan. 10, 1907 Tiik Shah of Persia is deud at tltc ago of oil. Ho htul 800 wives, nnd by tlicm 51 sons and 121 daughters. No wonder ho died young. Tin: United State Senate sat down beautifully on Senator For nker and his "nigger" wail" He fought so hard for the blacks that ho began to have their odor. So ma.ni persons swore oh" liquor aud got on the water-wagon this New Year, that it greatly embar rassed the water systems of the cities. I'ortunatel' tlio Dig rains came. 2k Judge Bradbury, of Pomeroy, hands down a decision that a temperance law is constitutional, it can be depended upon. ...

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