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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 January 1907

vyTIW"F "'"'' vywfS ) && RA TSENTW A tit U 1 inn onio democrat, 20th tm No & THE HOOKING SENTINEL 80th Tear No 33 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1907. The Only Domocrnllo Ppr In the Oonntjr OltoulaUon 3000 One DolUrJFor Tout r mmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmomeomyQ&mmm$ " r ' 'rtm pi BJMmW 1eJ iHWRMf UIMVl. 1 vv' tjc7 jv v n F. FAT B'L A SIUS & so N CI l m Gr 't CO . D Now that the Hocking Valley Railroad car repair shops are a certainty in Logan, they having formally accepted the proposition of the people of Logan, and have filed condemnation proceedings in the Probate Court for the purchase of the ground upon which to build these shops and yards. This as we understand it, will take a few days only until they can begin work. At a meeting of the Board of Trade Monday even- ing, Mr. Wm. Strantz was officially elected as treas urer and authorized to collect all money subscribed far the purchase of the 65 acres for the Railroad Company's use. It will be necessa...

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. — 31 January 1907

I) V TOO MANY MONOPOLY SENATORS l,ii.,il )iinssttS&wrfiWi. 1 1 Ho had his hnnilR deep into tlio'i surplus of tho Kqiiitnblo hi ft. Ho hits since hud thoin deeper In tlio surplus of Union 1ii'ific( ' Tlio weultli unci power of Harri mutt huvo been accomplished by i methods which were dishonest In i fact, if not in law. All over this I United States there should b on j the- purt of the people, the pros", I and the public men u dolormlnu tion to stop such methods of roll lug up the control of the railroad in the hnnds (" one mini. It is notorious Unit Mr. Hurri tiiini bus beon n grout power in politics. In ix recent investiga tion of insiiraneo matters in Now York, bo admitted thnt he was buck of former Governor Odoll, and hostile to former Governor Higgins. Today, it is said, thnt ho is trying to put Odoll once more in power. For what? Not for love and af fection, but because he wants pow er in politics. The greatest figure today In railroad management in the United States is Iler...

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. — 31 January 1907

SM99K5 jmMlnm n ..Hii i iu fiiiyff . ,) '8 ELOQUENCE An Appeal For Saving of woman from the Black Fiend. Iloforring tj another Bubjoct o criticism Mr. Tillman continued : "It was adroit for tlio Senator to shift the minds of his auditors and tho readers of the Record from the President's outrageous dis crimination against the block soldiers and favoring the white ones to rav own uttorancos and utti tudo toward tho nogroo rapists, and the shrew'dness and dishonesty of tho argumont, and the indecency of the attnek was emphasized when tho Senator irom Wisconsin pro ceeded to ouote frnm a former speech of mine in this body in whichlBaid: 'We shot thoui, wo killed them, and wc will do it again.' "Now what about those words of mine, 'Wo shot them,' etc. In what connection did I utter them? If 1 "niatako not the Senator from Wisconsin was in this chamber when I used that language. There were present a large number of leading Republicans. I chall enged each and every man hero to show wherei...

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. — 31 January 1907

DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.' rtnu.THiiKit kvkiiy Titi'itntiAr moiinimh. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. imtnii'imATKti) rrtil.lsillnts BRYAN vihiiii, ('. Lnxrur, ii.o. u nsri., ,1. It, D.tl.l.lMOS f I'llKSIIIKMT M Kb It hi. WIT Ktitrnn btTKJKl In DoIIIkdii niock, Houtb J)nor Kliteroit nt Hit) I'iKiiiitlutiItt Lognn.Ohln, its Scoiiinl Cl:n Mull Mutter, Thursday, Jan. 31, 1907 RAILROAD PIsRIL. The people nf the I'liitetl States hiivo a "ntnv peril" to try their nerves unil wrench tboir heart?. It is a peril of the new twentieth century tli1 pciil nf rnilroa'l travel. Approximately 500 passengers liavu'heen billed during tli! la.-'t few mouths In tin1 most appalling series of luilroml accidents tin- century lm over known, brought about, s n mat- tor of common knowledge, by desper ate efforts nf the trunk line companies to mnke more money. Twenty j ears ago people traveled on railroad trains with comparative safety. There were senile accident hut few men dreaded a trip b...

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. — 31 January 1907

1 " Clothii Values Arc not created by allur ing and exaggerating ad vertisements. It takes "Quality and Price" to make a bargain and thc pcoplc arc the judge. "No store can exist without making a profit." The day is past when one coulc make an intelligent public believe that reliable Up-to-date mcrchasdise can be sold at cost and below cost, and stay in business, unless the profits on such goods were sufficiently "large" during the best part of the season to justi fy it, or, unless the goods offered arc odds and ends of broken lots. Facts Worth Remembering Clearance sales and so called closing closing out sales aae, as a rule, the outcome of high prices, or poor merchandise, or both, and has no attraction for people who want reliable goods at a fair price. With us you take no risk Our line embraces the best and and most fashion able Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, purchased from the most representa tive factories in this coun try, and are sold on the closest possible margin of profi...

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. — 31 January 1907

wlWiiMWii. pwllMllli'l'WUlqwa'M''1''tfM,,J!a3l'," vvniAWMAvl)avlU)vvllvnivi;vvO) The Mc Williams jf By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. T belongs to the stories tli at 11 e v o r w ere told, this of the Rut tt hnpponedyeiirs iiiro, mill for that matter McWllllnms Is dead. It wasn't grief that killed Mm either, thoiiijli at one time his grief came uncommonly near killing us. It Is au odd sort of a yarn, too, be cause one pari of It never got to head quarters, and another part of It never got from honihiuarlcrs. How, for Instanee, the mysterious car was ever started from Chicago on such u delirious sehedule. how many men In the service know that even yet ? How, for another Instance. Sinclair and Francis took the ratty old car reel ing Into Denver v. 'th the glss shriv eled, the paint blistered, the hose burn ed and a tire sprung on one of the Five-Nine's drivers, how many head quarters slaves know that? Our end of the -dory never went In at all never went 1 it because It was not deemed -w.'ll. ess...

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. — 31 January 1907

Twr T'"' ''P'FTr'r T "m ,f ;rr " ''SFWW REAPER KING '"" IS DEPOSED Lancaster Man Supplants Whiteley as Head of Harvester Company. AN ACCOUNTING IS ORDERED Another Delay In the Oilman Probe, Caused by Hlnons of Juror's Wife. No Grounds For Cruelty Charges. Governor Harris Statement NeW3 Notes of Ohio. Springfield, O., Jnn. 23. Dissension among tho stockholders of the Farm ers' Co-opcratlvo Harvesting Mnchlno company of North America culminated nt tho directors' meeting In the do posing of William N. Whltoley, formor reaper Icing, as head of tho company, and tho placing; In his stead of Dr. C. P. Stuckey of Lancaster, O. An ac counting was demanded at this meet ing and tho shops will remain closed until this enn bo accomplished. Tho principal reason for the Investi gation by tho directors Is said to bo because of tho fact that Whttclcy stat ed ho had received practically nothing for his services slnco his connection with tho company. Ho said all tho money received had gono into tho fi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 January 1907

i mmmmem i mm. iiwaiMPMjfWfPtMiiwMwwp w uuiMMwwwwtwwiMMwwfcawwa wrtMUHMffiUffij y juhpi w wwwwipMWy'qj WriMM Wii'Jlfi i PMii fe ll t,f Hk IF YOU TOUCH yourtanjpieto ALUM and look in the glass you will see the efTect- You can't help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it By the use o so called cheap Baking Powders you take this "puckering, injurious Alum right into your system you injure digestion and ruin your stomach AVOl A&UM in umbrella loi Wn mi object to rlow 1IU fcntnroi wnx inotleat nml'cnlm tlitt Nl" Janll llgtit III manners polite Awl wo hope to meet It 1 til ngnlti. Mrs. Clint Gnvut) Is flpehdlnir. joyably entertained for tiio night, 1 Mr. nrul Mrs. Ellck havo a family of a tovcn children, four of school ago, i few ilnyn with hor purojts thta anil I want to say that Old SI never week, i put In a more pleasant evening, he Ml.. Mary 0g who ha. been ' ""fgSffi L " ,T T many week.' with L0.d tiiat i,g !.,, wer0 ,v0ZCi mu i no lictter at. tnlfl iraq s writing ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 February 1907

(Vt w "S"!W'', "WJPF881 "" iim'ivwmi 1 THBBEMOVRA TSENTWL TIM OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Tar No 0 THK HOOKINO BEHTINEI. 00th Tear No 31 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1907. The Only Democratic Paper In the Oonnty OltonUtlon 3000 Ono Dollar Per Tear y?-C&i $ t Ml 1 I. ttl RAIL ROAD CAR SHOPS. Condemnation Proceedings in Court.Legal Battle Royal. Ab was ,statod in our isHiic of last week, 'the cnndouinution pro ceedings of the II, V. Ry. Co. vs the Qnlaghor hoirH for !J0 acres of land upon which to locate repair shops, is on. The petition in con demnation was filed in the Probate Court early Ia.st week, and the de murrer filed and argued on Thurs day, tlio matter occupying tho court almost all day. The petition of the Railroad Company alledges that a certain piece of land, in Fractional Lot No. 13, Sect. 14 of Italia Township Hocking county, containing 87 acres, tho property of Frank Gallagher and wife, and Katharine and Henrietta Friesner, is essen tial for the use o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 February 1907

9 w(T(ptflTjyi"v '(iPwrJFiM1 r?'fi!l8f,"Wf,7ff NWttAdiWNMMIbvtww?v9ifniwm T- IWWIHyWIBWWIMWWg'Wl . i Cotiitfi-efttaries. i ' . The Editor's Pleasures(V) Tho editor of today has to got Ills nnao down to tho grind stone and keep It thoro sixteen hours por day and n5 days in the year, or ho falls by tho way side Thoro aro mon who quit work Saturday night and rest until Monday morning. Tlioy lay nsido business oaros at five or six o'clock every evening and do not resume thorn until sovon or eight the noxt morning. Not so with your editor. Ho hns ho ele gant leisure. Ho knows no hours, no Sundays, no night. When ho goes to a party, or to ohnrcli, or on an alleged pleasure trip, it is all in tho line of duty. Withal, your editor man is a cheerful, Iong-suil'ering soul, going about doing good in hie humble way. Ho returns good for eyil. Ho writes long pull's of church socinbles.-and in return therefor, accepts a chunk of cake that would sink an iron-clad. Ho notes the arrival of all the ba...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 February 1907

- UJtuiniiiimiiiijijiLiiLjjj.Lj,jm,jiiijmujiiLui uu. njuu.um muii.hl jjilu tm. i j uii u- .iJiiuu'mmnuMii m him, ' UI'III'IW'I I 1 1 IUIIW1- M l Ml WILL YOU DO II THE BLACK MAN COMES? Support the Governor Cincinnati All Stirred Up Over President's Talk of Appointing a Negro to High Political Office. (Hliiclniirttl Rmittlwri) A dog oovoretl with hornets hit ting tlio high places In a in nd lopo down Vino street at midday could not have oaiiHod a greater oonnuo tion yestorduy than the Washing ton dispatch in The Enquirer relit tive to tho prohiibllity of Pros! dent Roosevelt nppolntiiig u color ed til un to tho Surveyorship of diatoms in this district to succeed Amor Smith, Jr., who was recent ly appointed Southern Railway Trustee by tho Superior Court. In political circles especially the shock was heavy. Ropiihlican politicians of 45 caliber foresee in the contemplated notion of the Presidont a menace to Republican success in this state at tho next Presidential election. Several of t...

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. — 7 February 1907

i MflMttftinl m)i&ima&,mm DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUlltlBltKI) KVK1IT TIIWIlHnAT MOHNINM. The logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tMilltritltAIKtl) i'i'iii.mnr.iw VtllOtl.C. l.HWIM, .It It. Dol.l.lHOS. l'llFltllPNT m-CUK 1'AUV I'.lltlOH ;' It Pays to Be Decent OKPIOBt In ImIIHou Hlock, Mouth Door Knte roil nt thn I'ihIiiIIWmj In I.orivh.OIiIo. n Hocmtil CIiim Mull Miillor. Thursday, Feb. 7, 1907 NEW BOARD CEMETERY TRUSTEES. Tho now board of Cemetery Trustee composed of A. Parker, Dr. B. C. McManigal and James Perone, appointed recently by Mayor Dollison, and confirmed by council, met at the city building Tuesday evening arid were sworn in ofllce. The board oganized by electing Mr. Parker. President; Dr. Mc Manigal, Secretary, and Mr. Perone Managing Trustee (and treasuier). Miss Moe is serving as !lrk mid Charles AVeiland as sexton. CIRCUIT Cllll Judges Cherrington, Wal ters and Jones on the Bench. The eases before the Circuit Court in Logan this week were of so...

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. — 7 February 1907

'jommmia ? f'i V-'i . &' m IM 9M1 tWBKltfK9M m . fesr mzzicom. If i '. r - m m - -fc- - g .- "L All wWJflr' ' ' w i V Iral jt lvkba jibs. A ,, mm SBI SKlAMI Vs .VW1 1 TfPGI 'ff&nr Tourist Mrs. John Smith in tlio hostess for the Tourist Club this week. Nondescript , Tlie Nondescripts will meet with Mrs. Adcock Thursday afternoon. Euchre Party Handsomely engraved invita tions uro out Mr a Euchre party to bo given Feb. 7th bv Mrs. E. 0. Pettlt, at hor eozily appointed home on Main street. Five O'clock Tea Mrs. A. C. Tipton was the hostess at a fivo o'clock tea. Com plimenting the ladies of tho For eign Missionary Society. All re port a fine social. Thimble and Art Mrs. A. H. Brooke was the hoptess for tho "Thimble and Art" Club at her pleasant home, Wed nesday afternoon. The usual pro gram was enjoyed, after which a splendid course supper was served. Parting Honors Mrs. Dr. B. C. McManigal de lightfully entertained Friday, for her sister, Mrs. It. D. McManigal, who leaves soon ...

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. — 7 February 1907

imnHiitti'i,Tfiiiii vwnvmiMiM BUi,PIWPWWfPPWPWWHry'WWWWlWIP'W'WWUW !$WttlffltiittnMnttW rJ By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. (WWWMyWWWWWWWM R12K a Rooil deal of start In print alnut the engi neer," in Id Cal 1h1i.hu dejected ly. "What's the mutter with tho d I s p n tchcr? Ti Itli the mau who U'IIh the engineer what to tlu -und Just what to do', I iov to do it, niul exactly how lo do It; with the niiiti who sits Hhnt In lirlok walls and liuiifc lu Chinese puzzles, his our allied to n receiver and Ills linger rant to a key and his eye riveted on a ttaln chart -the lmiu who orders and annul nml stops ami starts everything within MM) miles of htm and hold under liK thumb more lives every nilmite than a brigadier does in n lifetime? Tor In stance," uskd '.i ll.i tin ii. In Mis tiled way, "what's the mutter with Itiieks''' Now, I myself never know llnckn. He left the West Knd before I went on. Bucks is .second vlee president which means the biss of a triuiheontlnunt.il Hue now and a very uiout swel...

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. — 7 February 1907

wnwff&jyiii ' W Aii:uiimma.nm. TSFTTTT' ""' w" i i 3T ,-vi to I BRAIN PUZZLERS Questions Submitted at tho Ex amlnation of Teachers HADE UP BY STATE COMMISSIONER To Test the Qualification! of Those Who Wield the Ferule In the Public 8choola For the Education of the Growing Generation. Following la tho list of quosttons ai prepared under direction of tho stato commissioner of publlo schools, and submitted at tho county examina tion of teachers Fob. 2 for elomontary school cortllloates. THEORY AND PRACTICE. The flrt five questions are based on 'Rational Living by Henry 0. Kliiff. 1. Into wlint three classes dues King divide temperament! In each lien whut tendency agnimt the symnutrlcal duvet opment of character? 2. What mvr light do King's re marks upon tho nHCeticUm of the body tluow upon tht teacher's practice and teaching of physiology t 3. What does Augtiitine lilrrell mean by "truth-hunting?" What dan ger lien In this direction? 4. Can you even passingly Indulge In falsa amoti...

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. — 7 February 1907

'fifn'T' - ? wywmwwwyi yw.;,1) ,tl, ,,; if tyi . ,i in,piKi,. njy TW 'WW 'Wiljli!1 jP"" MltllM fir hurifinH Bui A INTERNAL1 WPJ . ;rJ Afffl fell" stomach disorders Its con tinued use means . .1 1.1. i.r rn npi rn Following the advice of medical f,lj' scientists, England and passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making. American housewives should protect their holds against Alum's wrongs by always buying pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. CjPure Grape Cream Tartar Powder is to be for the asking ' Chapel Ridge Mrs. George Schaal, who 1ms heon quite ill for some time, if? Homo better. C. II. Reichley und son, Al, wore in Logan last week. Messrs. George Gill and Will Wine, of Bloomingville, und G. K. LyonB wore business visitors ut Mr. and Mrs. George Amorino's lust Saturday . Mr. Wm. Arnol, of Logan, was on the rldgo last week calling on j old friends. A dam Seliaal and Clarence Kalkloscli were in the souping business one day this week. Miss Maud. Edwards is visiting friends in Lan...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

-ntur, '-jryamz -jftff" jv ? .", v i -. s " -rv" -ivyw''iipvH$F!i"'"",w' 'ftwT"1''1 "n TW " 1 JE M MJLir MLJLdfA rM. JmM.AM. M "irjLtr M M A iL JLirJLdf TIM OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Tear Ne 7 TIM HOOKIKQ BUHTINEI. 00th Year No 30 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1907. TIib Only Demoetftttn Paper in the Oonnly Oltcnlftllon 3000 One Dollar Por Your IT! "VW" , i i l). M-JI I r. PUBLIC INTEREST NO ON Contest For Night Policeman Was a Nice Lively Contest. Appropriation Ordinance Passed and Cleric's An nual Report Accepted. Tuosday night'B suasion of tlio village council was harmonious among its members, but u spirited and friendly contest for night policeman brought a breeze of in terest councilward. That honor able body first caucused on tlio mat ter nf bills, the principlo vari .nee being on a bill for special police. The Mayor was called into deli beration and presented his ver sion of authority for extra police service at his instance. After considerable discussion the b...

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. — 14 February 1907

Ml piMtmlutmtii(m'tMTm N , t II. f BEASTLY FIEND IN HUMAN FORM LEADS THE CHILD TO HE N. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Tells a Revolting Story of Stanford White's Inhumanity That Moves the Hardest Heart. Sho Was But a Child of Sixteen, Put in His Care by Her Mother, Ho Betrays the Trust, Drugs the Cirl and Accomplishes Hor Ruin. New York, Fob. 7. MrH. Flor ence Evelyn Ncsbit-Thuw revealed it story of human brutishrogs Thursday. Tlio crowning wonder is tlmt Kvelyn Nesbit survived to tell the story. A niero girl with the grief of ages in her still winsome face, before a spell-bound courtroom, told in simple sentences a story of diabolical sin. It is a story that the types re fuso to print, that is not to be told in full outside of the buried re cords of the courts. And that was Evelyn Thaw's plight Thursday. From the mute lips of him who had heard it all before, and brooding over it, had wiped out the account with the blood of the trnducer from the depths of a cell in the Tombs pri son, languishi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

111 T" HI , . iL i..uii u.j.uiL uuni'ii 'J'-J. ' mm gjuini'. umi u jl'li iiuwwmi'W wu wi'i-b'ilm iss'i-uaui iut'jmuu-jujuij j t uiaiiiuuuMiiiiXMLij.uiisi jm-iioiu ' mtimumuuMirrtGmrHnrtiir fltntir&sAi mmnmtanimBuiiuim f i-LiuLMiukujnM.iijiMJmun nags. u I r Ifll X f ANOTHER MURDER AT ATHENS HOSPITAL DISGRACE TO OHIO Helpless Insane Person Is Crushed to Death by Three Bully Attendants. It is High Time the Governor Should Make Personal Inspection. Arrested for Manslaughter. Athens, O,, Fob. 7. Unhurt, Iteoder, of Znleski, and Henry HiirkhiH, of Vinton, comity, at teniliwitH at the Stato AByluni huro, have hoon arrested, uhurgod with manslaughter in connection with the dentil or Win. Barnes, of Jolly, Monroe cnuntj', a helpless pntiont in the nByltun. Barnes diod anddonly, after a fight with the attendants, and post-mortem examination on re vealcd tho faet that 15 ribs had heen broken, one of them punctur ing his right lung. The attendants in tho Rtato Asy 1 1 1 in said to ho implic...

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. — 14 February 1907

I rii7ji.!'iti)urti7i'Lniiri!!isiij.. &nmemeitmimir?l DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL STURDY FARMERS KEEP OFF ALL CATARRHAL BY TAKING PE-RU-NA A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ILLS J-UM.lBllKtl RVRHY IHltltHIUT MIIHNlNtli The logan Printing and Publishing Co, (INI IMII'lllt VTFII) I'truMHiir.us v'tMiiit.e. Uiwin. II. (I. It KNHrt., .1, II. Ihil.MsiiN, l'UPHIIII'NT HKIUCTMtV P.HITOll Ol-TIOlIt 111 llolllion Itlnck, Mouth Door Kntoroil nl tlin I'ostnttliv 111 l.ogmi.Olilo, in HUCOIltHIIIH Jlllll .iniii'i. Thursday, Feb. 14, 1907 -4gffi ''ifiiSL. $ Pe-ru-na, a Most Reliable Remedy For y!??! ' jBBWWilk liffi i W! AU Climiilc Ailments. w Comspns. Clear Creek To Mntlilni.v HtouliUm's cliMiiniice nnlfl Is tint pllll'l) to go If on v. ttli to jiurelinso giiutM And to itircliust low. Cull on tlium nml do not full, I'm tnlklng now to jou. do now to tin" ult'iirutice wile, Willie the prli'o lcut In two, Yes now is tlio time, Btrike while tlio iron ii liot. Big but' gains nt INIatliitis Ac Stoughton's mid they will t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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