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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 March 1907

Arf t TH&-DEMOeRA TSENTINEJU flV - II ' lJWWTV- , bW WIR OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Teat No 10 UE HOOKING BENTINEI. Oflth Year Ko 38 Now for The people of Logan are rejoicing this morning most gleefully, and they have reasons to so rejoice, for with the passing of Wednesday night into history after a long conference of the Railroad Attorneys and the Board of Trade committee with the Gallagher-Friesncr land owners and their Attorney Ed. Powell, the prize was secured. The H. V. Ry. Co. and the Land Owners Have Come to an Agreement. It was the general consensus of opinion that both sides to the legal battle in the condemnation proceedings of the H. V. Ry. Co. and the owners of the land sought for .shop purposes, would be losers in. the ' long run in carrying the suit any further, viz; the land owners probably not getting a verdict of a jury for a greater price than had been offered by the Board of Trade, and the business interests of Logan would for weeks or months, be without the benefit...

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. — 7 March 1907

j lt,'fj t f$m p l,pfppwfr'Tr f nf' nfiKHSiWB ,tww IHNMIWWWWHWWWWIllWWHWilWII nmu'iiiiu iu"WiinWH IWgBflftgSBWg1WWWJ.JMI " r '"pin F P Commentaries Grosvenor.to the Front. There is niucli censure going General Grosvonor's direction now booiuise-of lila lmstely swooping a bill through CongroBB, appropriating 100,00() ror apos offlco building for Athens. After all can he bo blamed. Athens is his home town whore ho owns property, and if lie can do anything for his own town, that is his duty. It may not look very good to us who do not live in his town, but wo will ven ture to say that Athens is unanimous in her praise of her distinguished citizon. We would to be, if lie wore of Logan and secured to us such a magniflciont building. Uj'-the-way who is there surmise that General Grosvenor is candidate for congressman in this Now For Anothej?-Negro Bait, The appointment of Amor Smith as surveyor of customs at Cincinnati, so far as that city is con cerned, removes all possibility for the rec...

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. — 7 March 1907

T$smgaaKMUS$A jwpy mmmyBr m-mium iu.iii'uiiit uihili iiuanMiiiiuujmLimnuiuin ujji 1 u Jimu.mil juuhu jw-jumt jjimmi cusaui huh. j-CS u p- HALLS ADMIRES BRYAN, Wlillo'Fnmkor 1b tontinunlly in tlio llino light iiB tlio champion of triiBLa mid nmchliio politics find tlio fpo of all n coded reforms, it is oortalnly a roliof to all good oiti aoiiH of tlio Btuto to boo nnothor promlnont Oliioun, a Clnoinnnti Democrat, coiiBpiououn in a moro admirable role. Tlio recent public addresses of M. E. JngnllB on oconotnio topics, coming as they do from a man recognized as a maRtor in tlio commercial world, are attracting widoHproad atton tiofi, an they deserve. Mr. IngallB, who by tho Way has become a staunch friend and ad mirer of W. J. Ilryan within the past several years, lias retired from active work in tho railroad world where he won enviable distinction, and is devoting his time and great tulents to the study of political and economic subjects. Eocently he returned from a Btay of several mo...

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 March 1907

mil) i lU&Bm&i&Jmai&iitllt MwwwwwwpwwwwwwwftwwHwmi ilnu 91 111 ummimmmmmm'mmmmmHirnmmmmmmBmcA IfH DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runusiiRD RVRiiT TiiuitfltiAr Mttumwi, Be Logan I'riniiilg and Publishing Co. (tNI'ilKt'ilttATKIi) I'tllU.IHlll'.HH rfll.illl.1' I.IIWKV. ' I'llKHlllKNT It.rMlANHKI. HFCItrTAUT J. II. Pom.ihoN, R ii won OHAh. It. llrt'K Asho, KmwBMAJAnBii OKKIOKl-In DoIIImiii lllook, Hotltli Door Entered nt tlio I'ohIoIIIm In t.oRn,n.01ilo, HecomlOlAH Mali Mntter. Thursday, March 7, 1907 NECESSITY OR COMPLIMENT. Htnle .louriiHl.l Washington dispatches say tlie house passed a bill appropriating .$100,000 for 11 public building nt Alliens, as 11 compliment to Gener al Grosvenor. Certainly, the house had a higher motive than the llattery of an individual in ap propriating $100,000 of the people.s money. Wo prefer to believe, that it had a better motive than this, and that there were consider tions of the nublic service that guided the vote. Athens is a ...

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 March 1907

7.39523"? ilStf Mr &f&i!nv'mt mav,mvvwm"jm'wimmm9'mmMmmnw't mvmmpmnumnmpmMmw93twiywtfrrwm'm',v'!i!T i 'jj vm ti vw f i'tfsw 'hi a1, ki' ryrwwr"w ?' J -i , i lumjiun iLLtj L.i-L-i.-u- j jjm j jjiui.il ii ijuhjj in: jgKIMrifanffiariaflfo i f J BAKING POWDEl 'Makes the finest, light est,best flavored biscuit, hot -breads, cake and pastry Renders the food more digestible and wholesome r ABSOUJTEI.V PURE nOVAL BAKINQ POWDEf CO., NEW YORK. yy va iiHHHitta -X t i Marion Mrs. MeLin is, very niucli betlor at tliis writing. Nnth Rutter is visiting his pnr '"ents James Spaun nnd son Charles, of Mack Lick, 0., passod through Marlon last week enroute to Perry Co., where they attenclod the fun eral of the mother of the elder Mr. Scaun. The telephone is a grand thing to the business world, but it is a curse to a gossiping eavesdrop ping community. The Logan council did a nohlo not when thoy prohibited their policenion from entering saloons except when called there in the line of duty. How ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 March 1907

s. mmmmmmmmmm nhMMMwi MMnsMMMTCM )l)i)U)Al)lAl))v)l)) I Second Seventyseven. 11 ' By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. Copyright, fflMiViVIMIMMMMWIVtMI'M i.T Is n bntl j?rndo jot. Hut before the new wotlt wus done on the river dlvi s I o ii Hevcrly lilll wns n tor rortotrntiinicn. & V, ijV On rainy Sim- SHMMMB .i., i, i .ifli. men in tho Zanesvlllo yards stilt tell In tlielr shanties of tho night the Black wood bridge went out ami Cameron's stock train got away on the hill, with the Deliver tlli'r cnucht at the foot like a rat lu a trap. Hen Buckley was only a bis boy then, brukluff on freights. I was dis patching under Alev Campbell on the West End. Ben was a tall, loose Joint ed fellow, but gentle ns a kitten; legs as long as pinch bars, yet none too long running for the Beverly switch that night. HI great chum In thoio days wag Andy Cameron, Andy was the youngest engineer on the lino. The first time I ever saw them together Andy, short and chubby ns a duck, was dancing around, half dressed...

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 March 1907

fZjgfSyjjwL'r---t nnmv ffWW tIE nSpwy'i"" 'Tf '13? iiuiiaii. mu a J uiaauu jij mi.ui 1 1 mu m.mi. iuimuwjijjnu.uji-1-iii.j-xiaB r M I ,1 I MRiiii!iH!!iH;n!i!i!!!i!!i!i!n!iuni;ini!i!:iitiiimifHimi The Mysterious Bird of Mont Pelee By MARION 12. CROSSKILL Copurlvhl, lt06, ltl Mai ton K, CromkUl HI!!mi!i!lliimiii!i!i!lii!il!!:!!!!!lil!i!U!m!!n!!!!l!!!!!iI!!:M I IN tlit fait of 1001 Tom McLaren Bulled from Now Orlcnns on board f. vessel bound Tor lllo Janeiro. He shipped ns second umte, with every prospect In the world of promo tion. We wero to bo married on his re turn, and tho Inst words ho said to ma beforo he jumped on board tho Kitty Kelly the morning he sailed wero, "Tho next time I go away, Lucy, I'll be leav ing my wlfo behind Instead of my Bweetheurt." Tho Kitty Kelly was expected to re turn to New Orleans In live mouths, but tho Ave months lengthened them eelves out Into seven, uud still no tid ings of the vessel had been received since she hud left lllo on her return trip, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 March 1907

)ii iwnoiiiiH)' ""Jttl1 WJa'UV'WIBfllll" '"fl.i"aWF- ji 1 1 ii mil )H ,i jppjniii or ,01 ftflWCT'rtPiwi i?jMg: Wiiwt-wiwy) rfWiiWHfrWniii iit'lrii)WjiliWiiiii,iiiwiiiliifiii j3Mj!rfidji!,iiiirn tjmjJKp p,,i laHtiVinniu i imnHinw in infiin' iiiiit iinrn hi i 'iimi ii 4 , n-T... ...n iiiiijiijiijiiJiiiiMiyMiiutJiiiWwMMaMwwMfPw jwjgfii!! y-X )1? W (&,. & Tourists airs. F. M. McKuy will onter tnin tho Tourist Club Friday. Nondescript Mrs. I. J. Li nicy is tho hostess for the Nondescript this after noon. Card Party Invitations are being received in Logan to a big Card party to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wet zel, of Columbus. Mrs. Wetzel will be remembered as Miss Leatha Martin. Taffy Pulling. Miss Mabel BloBser entertuined her Sunday School class"" with a taffy pulling last Friday evening at her residence on Glenview Heights. The young people were delightfully entertained with mu sic and games of interesting na ture. The hostess was assisted by Miss Ruth Sweeney and Mrs. Hoy L...

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

?y?,lrifyi!m&' . ipffvmmw' Ml) OHIO DEMOCRAT. 2CthTerNolt THE HOOKIHQ 8BHTIHBL 66th Ym R i rtillL IT-... IT. 11 . .- - - .-...--. a m-... ml n I , LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907. The Only Demoortlc Ppr In tbt County UlrcuUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Yir 'f1fi tit '! vj -it v4. FLOOD AND DISTRUCTION LAY WASTE THE HOCKING VALLEY MIBBHnMMWUMBMMMtaMM Never in History Were the Waters As High in This Valley. W BURST N INUNDATES The Flood of '84 Exceeded by at Least Tw o FeetRockbridge, Logan, NeIson viile and Athens Suffers as Ne ver Before by the High -Waters of the Hocking. All the towns in the H6cking Valley have experienced in the la8t few days the most distructive flood in our hidtory. Tlie Hocking river spread from hill to hill and the distruc tion of life and property was most horrible. In one instance to get the readers to grasp the extent of the awful flood, we recite that in X884 the water was but three inches on the floor of the Hocking Valley depot in L...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 March 1907

,igatwfc'A'''yu''('Si'sr.' tfiHlhh . lMgHl i bFFTS lAMHr; , as i.-jBl 3TTi,pwrW, WWVWBHB H1 s WPflWPHJ VI PWW H iuudHtaM - '.vicy'fEIBEr i .. ,. ttPvaTSX. &. 339BflnPMMIHB8 HL ' '''' Com mentaries. v.?. Only $24.00 Per Day. Congressmen niul senators aro now receiving pny nt tho rato of .$21 a dny for each working day of tho yoar, an lnoronso of just fifty per cent. Tlio incrcnBo of salary wns voted to thoniBolves on tho ground tlint tho cost of living lias advanced in proportion. It is unfortunate that tho toilers, business m on and pro fessional mon, who feel tho increased cost of living Just as keenly as do senators and congressmen, aro unablo to add to their annual incomes by tho simplo process of voting it out of tho public troaeury. Un nblo to do this they can consolo thomsolves with tho happy thought that they are paying tho bills of thoBO enjoying the salary grab, George Paid Back the Money; Roosevelt Should Resign. Georgo W. Porkins, former vice president of tho New York...

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. — 14 March 1907

y-. t- "f ,.wf",D,?T' "W jfiss, mmm . it S-i Rt - WWIWWMBWWrMBWPWlW i iwiaftnxi mMKaiwiamrijmaterawMw!ua I wljim ii wr" fc t !JW LI .1 I i OLD "S 133 HUBBARD IS Rifty New Subscribers Added to the List - Every Trip.-History of His Trials. Hunters and Trappers at Mt. Pleasant a Little Shy of the Stranger. Successful on Orland Route. Orland, Mftroh, 11, 1007. Dear Editor. After a threes week siege of toneolitie and grip I gathered, together my ciroua unibarellu, gloves, pipe, tobacco, und 17 button, water-proof, broad tread pike protector shoes nud again atarted out in the interest Of the DEMOCmAT-SENTINET,. I loft Orland at a littlo after, 7 a. m. Monday morning taking Route No. 1, and the only one from Or land, just as the agent travels eaoh day. The first house I struck was W. W. Nimon'B, one of the dependa ble' farmers of that section, where I received the encouragement that helped me along the route at a merry gate. The next two houses, the Lee farms, were vacant, Mr. Lee having i...

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 March 1907

ifef 'AjjSB rt'ug&g WZStvSB "rts d!&wmmm,ysi&!!B&m ftpffM'i '" l,,'ff''dSiroii STJSirrjgr'triaeT iJsw3Si4&tefet1ss,s fcwWT , b DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBMftitKn rvrkv TintnsnAY mohnino. The logan Printing and Pnbltshtng Co. (iNroiivitiUiRti) I'tMIMHIIKHH vtKfltM'. utuiir, l'ltrmiiFST II.U. llANHKI., HfPHKTAHT r. II. DOM.IHIIN, KlIITOU OHAH. II. IJKI'K A1M(1.KDIT0HAMANAKR OKKIOKl-ln Dulllann lllnok, Soutli Door Ellternclntthc I'nalolltco In f,OKHii,Oliln,08 .Seooiul OIum Mali Mnttor. Thursday, March 14, 1907 Thkiif is no bottcr way of bulld inc til) our homo town than giving to our homo morchant our entire and exclusive patronage. The more we help each other tho more wo help tho town. The west way to guard against schenios of grafters and fakirs, and to keep up to dato in every thing is lo read your home papor. It is always the person thnt docs not road his home papor that gets caught by tho grafters and fakirs. This is tho year and tho month and th...

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. — 14 March 1907

1 i: h It LI H ' mmmmmrnmrn A .r iHHh S T "Vn. OV Blackburnville Hello! Hero we are everybody happy? again. Is Mrs. Jane Lensuro is suffering with la grippe at this writing, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leasure were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Reod last Sunday. The Misses Lielah, Mabel and Yiolot Blackburn were the guests of their little brothor, of Lancas ter, last Saturday and Sunday. The Misses Carrie and. Flora Kano, of Middle Fork, wore tho guests of Mrs. Salem Kane, of this placo, last Thursday. John Green and son, Guy, .made a flying trip to Laurelvillo ono day last week. Mr. Atleo Beuugher, of near Eookbridge, says P. Blackburn line the best Cremo cigars of any merchant in Ohio, and every Sun day night he makes a special trip to purchase some of Pierces excel lent tobacco goods. Call again. Several from this place attended .prayer meeting at Mt. Pisgal, Sun day night. Mr. Thos. Lutz is improving at this writing. Mrs. Corbin Friend was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Star, a ...

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. — 14 March 1907

Ml aaBrr--a "i!'gflyj '-.(S-: W -v- 4. fcwg .Jjitfa.-E .ilisMMMWW g'Ki'.4'ifcK " J alWiliruLriiTWriTii61iTw flftWri . .MIUII.1 J mi 4 B- !&ttMMttJMHlMMlnW -js g By FIWNK II. SMJAIUUN. ' is ! i ,)! oiii' Sun ! n in irulng In ii u i ii watch ing for her Id sped around the Nninws. Many locomo tives ns 1 have soon unit rid den, n now oilo is IllW'IIJ-t II WOIldl'1' to 1110- I'llokeS 1110 tip, oven, It menus no much. I hoar men rave over horses and miirvol nt-it when I. Iltlnl-c of tin Iron borne. I hear thorn eluUtor cil' tll-daine, and my nitnd turiifl to the uiinllillilt'ir. I Iioiti thorn brag of ships, and I think of the ship that plow the -mountains and rivers and plains. And when thoy tallc of opeort what can I think of but hop? As the now engine rolled Into tho yards my heart licit quicker. Her linos woro too imposing to call strong. They wore masHlve, yet so simple you could draw Ilium, like tho needle snout of a collie, to a very point. Every bearing looked precise, every j...

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. — 14 March 1907

L. VK j i I I 2E! w-wlySI.llleM1liaWl'"IW i'f V0 (1 SUPPORTS UNWRiniN LAW WWE1CT OF ACQUITAL Strothers Brothers Justified in Their Act.- Protected Their Home. Oulpopor, VaM March 7. Tho "uinvrltton law" and omotlonal iiiHunlty, upon which plena Harry Thnw expects acquittal, saved Philip and James Strothora from dentil for tho killing of William Ilywators, whom thoy slow" when ho nttomptod to dosort thoir sietor, whom ho had boon forced to marry after ho botrayod her. After being out but a fow mo ments tho jury to-day returned u vordlot of "not guilty." Thoro wpb a demonstration for tho broth ers, public sympathy having boon with thorn all tho timo. Tho marked similarity between thia eiuo and that of Harry Thaw, and the fact that identically tho Biuuo pleaH woro ontorod, caused wido interest in tho trial, and thcro nra many who bolievo this vordlct forecasts tho vordict in tho Thnw cuso. Bvwaters had ruined a sister of tho Strothers. Thoy forced him to marry hor. Bywators attempt ed ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 March 1907

FW1 T WT- i" wm'mT tw fT '- rtn ii ''iiMMna'lli.ii.Mjyiiilijlijii,i bT " sr tw--, - aWMNRNW" I &. . I MMmaMUBiM4rfiidaMMnMM !( 22 wiii.aiiilmnuin , fmZLamMJEh St y mm St. Patrick's Party. Mrs. Purcell and daughter, Helen, will entertain with n large party Saturday. Anniversary The ladies of the Euchre Club will observo the eighth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Pfeiilor, Thursday evening, their home on Main street. nt Mrs. Wllklns, formerly Mrs. Dr. DeSteiger of Logan, diod in Flor da last weok and her remains are shipped to Athens for hurinl. Dr. A. K. Smith has moved on The Heights; John WcBtenhaver occupies the Dr. Smith property on Main street. Mr. Hiram MuCune, one of Hocking's most substantial farm ers came into our olllco Saturday pleasant surprise and renewed Mb subscription. was sprung on Mrs. Lindloy andj si Hubbard, the ellloiont travel Mrs. McCormick, by presenting in nnn for t!a pper wjh jj0 j ....ir..i .. " . . ... South Uloomingvillo this weeK, packed on her ro...

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. — 21 March 1907

$jsm a M MMMLaf' JLMArMmMyLMM. M -3JLtrAL M MAl&JLJLdf& inn OHIO nr.MOflllAT. SOth Ycnr Nn 13 TtlrfHOOKtHfl nilMTTNtUi COtli Year No 3D LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, MARCH 21,1907. Tho Only tlemorrtitie I'tipor In tlio Onnnty Circnlalmn 3000 Ouo Dollrir Tor Tear a HAVE RECEDED AND THE WA r ' " ' lie V v" I THE HOCK VALLEY . PRESENTS A SORRY SIGHT FULLY ONE HALF OF LOGAN WAS UNDER WATER. GREATEST FLOODS KNOWN TO OHIO WERE GENERAL THROUGHOUT THE STATE. LOGAN WAS VERY FORTUNATE it WHEN COMPARED WITH OTHER TOWNS. Emerging, ns it wore like n crnw fish bucking out of tho mud nnd wnter, wo now stand and look over the flooded district, nnd sizo up the situation0, nnd Low it all happened. That there wns much water fell from tho clouds nnd 1 oiled down the Hocking valley, there is" no doubt; water cno,ugli that it would have flooded the valley in spite of dams or ditches. The suddeness of tho rise on Wednesday night was probably dun to-tho brenk in the levee of the river noar...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 March 1907

iiiit)igi"r7iiFlii7giwi mmrm LSLl! t i-i s : neuronal observation's. I, ' UMIMU.UUaiUI.1 nmiiuiliuuBiiiui ; CharityT tiio Greatest of thorn All. A great divine onco explained why God permit ted siitrorlng, by adding thnt suffering molted elrong and roliellioUB liearts and brought them closer to Him. If evor hearts of strong men melt, it in when thero is sulForing of little children nnd helpless mothora. Peoplo who in the past Imve spokon lightly of their neighbors or of strangers or traveling men, should now say, "We wrlto their faults upon the sands, thoir virtues upon the tablets of love and memory." That neighbor that you snubbed nnd spoke lightly of, now you kuow him in a diil'orent way, for ho risked iiis life, and rushed through surging waters to rescuo you and your children from death, and your hoiiBo hold gjods from destruction. Rescued as you were, and then conios forward that stranger, thnt trayeling man that you might not thought well of, and gives you food and clothing t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 March 1907

pr ?n fl ?.' gBmmpmMsxmxummnmmsmmmmmmmmmmsmiM rS&af&&&g& vmWfflfmW&WW!,m''n& y? iwrtngm- si ? 1 kH ?' Y Ya I' I Q 7 1 ENCE EN8LER GIVEN A FAREWELL B By- Engineers and Fireman at Chittenden Hotel Last Week. As a furowell to thoir oliioE nnd nu appreciation of his kindly of floop wliilo roiul foremnn of the T. it 0. C, the K. it IU. mid the Z. fc W railroads, the enftlneora and firemen of these roads tendered a banquet to Lawrence 0. Encler, who, the first of Inst month ac cepted ji similar position with the Hocking Valley railroad, at the Chittenden hotel in Columbus, Saturday night. Juat proceeding the banquet, -a very handsome and valuable dia mond ring was given Mr. Engler, to whom the entire affair was a complete surprise. Early this evening, he was sum moned tothe office of H. E, Speaks, superintendent of'the T. & O. C, who stated that the general coun selor for the road was at the Chit tenden and wished to see him in regard to an ucoident which h...

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. — 21 March 1907

55wJQ,ieBal m,nMPinwi4wrtmpiuliwiU!iwtOiMiiSitfMll.Uiifg.lffi'( h tiiMMlMi.ini i ., laZjK -i- WTrtRS-"1""' I i li ft .l ! hi - DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBL1SIIKD KVKHT TllltHSnAY MOIINIXO, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IM(MIII'llliATRII) ' I'tnir.i.miKiw , VIKUII, O. t.OWKY, I'ltRRlllKNT H.O. llAN.HKt,, .. . HKCHKTAIIT J, U. Dot.l.lHOV, KlItTOII ClIAB, tl. llKCk' AS-UI. KlItTDIttV.MANAOKK OFFIOKt-lll DollNon lllook, Hotltll Dour Gutered nt tho l'lMtiillloe In I.Oitnn.Olilo, as Second Ulm Mull Manor. Thursday, March 21, 1907 I FIRST B WRECK Tlilrty-ono years ago tfie coun try wur umdo almost speechless with horror hy a railroad wreck on the Lnko Shore ifc Michigan Southern tailroacl at Ashtabula, Ohio. A train went through a bridge and a largo number of fa talities resulted, P. P. Bliss, the noted evangelist, being among the victims. This wns about tho first experience Americans had with great railroad catastrophes. It happened before the development of the ppe...

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