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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 April 1906

t ," . t ffHT t.,1 .-,-- . . vrsmnr ? f pwsnp Wf ' " "''Jp: -''-" 7s W TPp v 5fHW!i?'--fW WPtH85 H' DEMOeRA T-SENTINEL: TNE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 17. "The mocking stSNf iniIu 65th. Year, N uniber ,13. Circulation ,3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1906. Tlie Only Democratic Paper in the County 9!gKmS5rrf?J?',"li,', '?""". w NC MEETING. TI10 City Council I10I1I 11 short HCRsion Tiiostlny oveniriR to tmn Haot rontlno husincBH. The Committee on Ordination mill Printing, by Mr. Sliuw, Ohair- man, reported that no dnflniit stops lmvo yet boon taken with re speot to tho codification of tlio or dinnncoa, rosolvcd nt the last nieet ing. Tlie committee suggested tlmt tho busInesH bo conducted personally by Mayor DoIIIboii and City Solicitor Pettit, and the mat tor was left in statu quo. Mr. I'lnirncBB roportnd that a contract had been made for the sprinkling and sweeping of tho paved streets, and that a resolu tion authorizing a formal co...

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. — 26 April 1906

IPlilOTliWlTOIMWW fCLTsmmstemtaamm nBK&4tZAM iwwwm uiiuwtrw 4 t , : Editorial Opinions of Affairs. "While the republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of the people J believe in."-GOVERNOR JOHN M. PATTISON. - -! m GREATER Tho proposition to o.vlend gnu is mooting with .sonic favor many uneven and unfair jogs in cepling of additions bore and now is to aurvoy a general Hue on the north side of the vil ,ago, bogiiiningal a point at the Old Town creek, running wosL on the lop of the Swoanoy hill past Oak drove coino- tory to the old lliff residonoe, ,i r ii ' ,i ii . i,. m,, .....uiii ,i( l.irwn thenoo follow the river south-east to the mouth ot Looms ., , . ii i ! l i i ii Crook, north to the railroad, lollow the railroad east lo tiio Old Town crook, and north along the creek Lo the place ot hf'f'inin'n"' -a ' This would take in valuable territory and conform the i inn imiiu iiiitb in ,"1""0"' ivi.u ,r lino to more regular boundrios. The moat valuable properly taken i...

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. — 26 April 1906

1 iiiiiiaiiwwwwTiBFJWi!'y'''''UMigtJiB..Mi "i'i'"i'"'tM"iiiiuuJw wwtmmn i)iiiiiiiiiwwiiiHMPWWwwiPuWtwjiwwiqwMiwi'M ll'MJIIBJIWW'NWWWglPWMBlWWlM ELLIS AFTER BRIDGE POOL Attorney General Secures Evidence from former Officials. jSome History of San Francisco. i . Beautiful Buildings That Were Distroyetf. i HOPES TO OUSTTHE CONCERN Ul USED TO EARTHQUAKES I Golden Gate Metropolis lias Been Shaken Ofter In the Past f PRESENT WORST EVER KNOWN Some of (he Skyscrapers and Other Buildings Destroyed Magnificent City Hall lu Ruins Fire? Ar rested by Dynamite Earth quake of I868 Described by Mark Twain. THE recent disastrous earthquake extending over so large a part of the I'uulllc coast region and wrecking such an extensive oectlon of the city of San Francisco ,was not the llrst of these catastrophes (known In the western metropolis, though by nil odds the most damaging. For many years the municipal au thorities refused to permit tall build ings In the city because of the fear of earthquakes,- ...

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. — 26 April 1906

,, i w w&araaEieccs fp , . , ?t'i IIWJMILIUl'1H.' II 111 hhuiiii I.IUl I LUUU U II J. WW WHB BLUUJUHI -PWra-4WIUJI muiimniw-Mi HSB fiat - " fe DRMOCRVr-SliNTlNUI.. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PltllliHIIKII KVKUV TlltTHHDAT M0IIN1MI 'flic I.ogan rrititing and Publishing Co. UNfduron vrrii) tMMll lBltr.UK limit, t'. I.IIWHV, H.n. uanshi., J, II. Dor.l.IHo.N, I'HHSlDMNr HrCUHT.VIIY linrioi; ('llTlCK'lii Dolllson Itlock, Houtli Poor. Ullll ll'll lit till! I'lHtOllll'll 111 I.OgMII.OIllll, 111 MeroiiilCliiti Mull Muttt'i-. Thursday., April 26, 1906 Big1 Fire at Athens, Tho 0 15. Sloliiiu business block in AilHiy4,v; pernor of Main mid State-Street, "iwns almost gutted by Jtri Sunday morning. Tho blaze originated in tin- jewelry stoic owned Ity Mr. Isnnc Newton, mid rapidly spread to tlio adjoining business room. Tho damages are approximately as follow: F.unim lioughcr, millinery, $1200, insur anee i(li)0; I suae. Newton, jewelry. $8,000, insurance $800;. I. D. Haw, dry goods, $22,000, insura...

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. — 26 April 1906

"Tf'JI'1',1 pl ' V ' TIKJ' f'-mt 7 p fWOI.IJUL LHH,laHiHj4j""''WjwimJi 4m-HUllU UtJiKW-l--'-MIU LJUJg-,U.Hl;iii.l'ull jl'li'JJUiJ 11UL Um'H Wl"l " )JI " in-" T "S 'iti. ni'i ' J -i 'i ii i'n" iimuii tt.Mmi mi in ji1 11 ' igjUBUH hi ii iii in iii iimmii ii iii i it ; mlllillt " iKr ST2 fi&ZW By$fTWM 8F" Ms l. ew and Fashionable MiMllOC lUUHl$itf ii Amir- . v-m. - II if t i v rm f-i , i . L1" MJKa mk mk WJmtm i ', i 75th., Anniversary Mrs. Leah Krieg gavo u family party, Saturday evening, lit her residence on Wosb Hunter Street, in eplohrnlion of lior scvcnty-lil'th anniversary. Among the guests woro Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A Now herhilidn onions. COMLY'S. Mrs. Will Lytic i otiiriifcl home Tlittt Pdny nftor very HiteeeiHl'iil I rout in out nt Mount Cnrinel Hon pitnl. Mi'H. iTolin Knlin, nf Lancaster, arrived here Sunday criming for n visit with lit r relatives, Mrn. .lane ICiilin m.d Al I'M. iloliu Rem. Miss Noll Wright, of Lunenstor, was u Logiin visitor, Sundiiy. Mr. Lawrence Onno spont...

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. — 26 April 1906

v-mtzg&p'? T vrFW 'J&db-tjik4mtoMi'i$MM&W WfetWMw r ijatafcwf i ihAajngLifwy wwfiififtiff rnwi i 'W t iifcjVfeasiaa i'iiaaiiait,pNw f; jff iitf ajrwHMmi3ftriiv.sffl iyan n i u lgffwoirftm iwwwha nufAmutngsg aftrtui':E..V.i IJi'iiVTWJii li IM.HIIHI.il 1,1 ) M, nl.ll1 llli iWlllf I HI lllltWiWWgM BfMlsrw wwry . wof TM. PW"TJHlQFntJfc--"V.f 1 f'm""wiuyg'tiT,?J 3fJVW!!'Sri'y5K,JJ PHI lHHMlUlUfiWIWWW'WmWT f w WMCTMiyywgt'W w iiWPrjjPWiWfcWMB I' iyri-i"'sei f "- " I. LOf'dll, Rempel Hotel from 10 a., m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Ilnvu your -typ examined mill tested lV h filled Optician, Dr, West of llio Km iioo Medical Institute Co., will KXAMINK YOI'H KVKS FIIKK If glasses are required he will 111 you r0 per cent lower than any other linn. We grind lenses to Buit cneh person. If You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability V. .y Not Conoull Free an Experlon oriulpped with the iiuuussnry uppll It Will Pay You Chief TCxmninlne und CVinsulllhK PliyiMnii of HON IS ...

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. — 26 April 1906

wv,jnwmmiwwwmi.iwm!W-"- 7 wiypjqqjpiNpiPrii IP ffyW, MJlllWJMItlliaMIXWIIIfftMlillMIKItMW wmmwmfliiwt,wKJ"i m.nmwnBWieimmMLiMjnia- ,WJWWj5BWIijII',,j PUPIL'S EXAMINATION. ' April 21, t Under Au'l flf " Writing. Copy the following selection, paying pnrtieiilnrfittt6iitioti to ncnt nc8s, plinci tuition nnd cnpitnls: Leaves iinvo their time to fall, And (lowers to wither (it tho north wind's breath, , And' stars to sot; but till Thou hiiab till soaeona Tor thine own, 0 Death ! Mits. IIkmans. a, Reading. (Examiners will condiiet tin oral oxntninntion In rending.) Physiology. t 1 Of what are the bones composed? Mention two food substances which help to nourish them. 2 Describe the skin Account for tho necessity of frequent bathing. Mention the nrguns or roepirution. t How would you stop ti bleeding artery? !3 .Mention three secretions that act upon the food in the process of digestion. 0 Locate the kidneys. What is tho ofllce of the liver? 7 Doscribo briblly the circulation of tho blood....

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. — 26 April 1906

f?pyipi !"" rT?-T"' t4tirx-T-W$tT""rw ifpt"' ;HpSjPfe"ff"-wsr tstW?$(pwp w" "WM..toLT.PWffl! llMmtwiHiiiitmiimrmmesi yyw" lu,fl mj yi iiiiiiiiumh, t ' , , -nvyiitr,M: I .Bk fe. , -IimW iiim .i iBBBBBBB "'7 vit J sliii ' Walnut Valley. A we have not seen any items from this place for quite a white we concluded to writo a few. Plowing and drilling oats seems to lie the order of the day. Ir. John Collins was a pleas'int caller at this place one day last week. Mr. Grovor Nihiscr and sister, Helvn, attended the wedding of Blr Ohnrles Bright and Miss IWaynie Hob', near irnyrienvillc, Sunday, April 13. Mr. Sol Harwell called on Mr. John Wctzler, Thursday. Harley Davis, of Logan, mnde a business call at this place, Mon day. Miss GuBtn Kodgors, who has been working in Sugar Grove, ie- turned homo Friday. Miss JJertlia Wetzler is sick at this writing. Miss Mabelle Nihiser, who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. K. G. Stevens, at E'iggsdale, 0., returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard ...

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. — 3 May 1906

SOBBSSSSSUOUKM XTtJtUiOXfjij. irtna,jrt. nr .- ir S- tf J DEMOeRA T-SENTINBL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. YearNumbcr 18. THE MOCKING SENTINEL, 65th. Year, Number 44. !ii Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County A r tmaassmasmsaa JII IU II ' i IW . 4, 4. : k ji v. NOTICE. We do not belong to the merchants combination 0 r trust, but buy goods as cheap as we can for cash and sell them on the same basis. Dollar for Dollar and One Price to All. nHHHHMi Dress Goods Wo have got thorn in endless vari ety, colored goods and black goods, arid have marked them at prices that will surprise you. The assortment consists of Mohairs, Cashmere Novelty Suitings Fancy (Jlieuks Poplins Taffeta Sillc Albatroa Toques Now Plaids Panama Chiffon Sioillain Colored Silk A pattern free to make it by with overy dress sold. Ladies Skirts. Ladies Skirts of all sizes, lengths, colors and prices. 82.00 Skirts 2.00 83.00 Skirts $2...

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. — 3 May 1906

n ' F&wr'" vy-hp. w$y Yf 'w!TwwwjwwrJiiiwwj;u'i'W!,i f .l,UTUliBHLJU!!J.tl )1:J.WWPWBWJ.L J. I-1 $ J KM-JIM Editorial Opinions of Affairs. "While (he republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of the people J -sslss believe in." GOVERNOR JOHN M. PATTISON. i i fii rVr Poor Encouragement. Il would si'om thiil n mini Who Atloriioy 10. D. Kickclts wbuldjmve little ont'oimigonient to lako up tho fight of tho 1?qs While crowd t this time. Mr. Puclcbtls has stayed vilh thorn pretty slrorg in the past, but when ho had a chance for the nomination for common pleas judge, and when Fair field county had determined to vole for, and thus nominate him, tho,I locking delegates invadod4hn Fairfield conference and begged of them not to give Uiclcetls the nomination. "Went to the convention howling for Fiicketls, and casting tho county vole for liiekells, but secretly imploring other coun ties to not vole for him. iMr. Uickells would have been nominated if Hocking had sought other dele...

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. — 3 May 1906

fgfiJiP tWkft"?W'tJW ViUf&ft '$SpftliSs iBWPS" 'wpjwww?1 wmi c: iuji iiuiagjj!"a em 7 'w i r r ti :1 ' h i ' s V WES FROM THE SHOULDER. Postmaster McKay Tolls Tricksters Plain Truth. "MURRAY" THE SNEAK. Would Rob Candidates of Their Only Support. I Journal (lasotto.1 "Wo reproduco the article below he.itled "A Voice from Ward" nnd signed "Murray" published In lust wcok'B Republican, in order that alt Republicans of Hooking may read it nnd relloct upon tlio state nienl nutdo, ns to their truthfulness and also road tlio implied threat of disfranchising tlio 1B00 loyal and honest Republicans who voted at the regular primary last Anguat for committeemen. A VOICE FROM WARD. iturny, Ohio, April J8, IflOO. Elitor Hocking Republican ; I noticed in the last i9Siio of the Journal-Gazette, an editoral mak ing suggestions n to the coming election of central committeemen in this county. I want to ask what right the Journal-Gazette has to interfor in any way in tho matter of selecting Republi...

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. — 3 May 1906

rnimpwHMwrn-t.-imii.tt ,;?, -ratwahaBmaft. . m k.' DRMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WlfEKLY'NEWSIPEK. rintt.lMllKII HVKIIY TIIUIISIlAY MOIINlMI. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IN('l)ltlOHATKII) I'tnii.iHiir.itH Iiinit. ('. l.nwuv, 11.(1. It nikt .1. II. Doi.t.mns, 1'llKHIlir.NT HnniiRTAiiY Hditor OtfKilJKl In Diilllsoii llliu'U, .South Door. KutiTfil nt Hut I'iMlunicii hi l.oijiin, Ohio, ns SfCoiulUliiHi .Mull Mftttor. Thursday, May 3, 1'906 About Mayor Dollison, If the Logan Printing Comnuny will permit us ti few wordR again, we will try to take another full out o one Huls that is Indulging in bonio skudoroiiH nintter in hi.1 paper against Mayor Dollison. He says that the Mayor is pos ing as a Neal Dow or a great teni perunco reformer. To the contrary the Mayor of Logan is no reformer nt ull; he is simply fulfilling his oath in enforcing the laws, and he will do so as long as he is Mayor. Huls says that the prominent Democrats of Logan got Dollison to run for Mayor, as being favor able ...

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. — 3 May 1906

jjiji,iiuir."Ji"n"iHr.ijn.iir u iivri ; i.'hjl m m; .r'l.r p' if wuujm vjiigjBUUAU) t'JiMii mumu iitvmxm LIUJIJJIUiJUIIJ'UlUJWIliajUgBUWiMaiUW luv ju-alu-hm mwu mwp in - gg- iMg'wipiwg''B'iiiiii i, ll1idl.WWWiliaWWV8Wi5CTi8iS .1 M M l' K Kl , i J- W Ell N SOCETY. Twonty-Flfth Anniversary Dr. and Mru. J. It, Lyons on tortnlnod thu IndioB ot tho Nondc Hcripl Olul), and their husbands, Insl evening, In colouration of tholr twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Mrs. Chits. Spcolmnn, of Cohnu I',iih, tin cx-niombor 'of the club, and Miss Kobcocn ltnblBon, of Sugar Grove, woro guests. . I., ..i . .. .. Twlco Flvo. Mr. II. J. Woodvvorth, of lliiy doiivillo, was host of tho Twice Fivo Club, Monday evening, tit the Dopol Hotel. On the niibjoct of the ovoiiing Good Bond excel lont papers were road by Dr. Unn nt)l!n and Mr. John Dougherty, and the usual general discussion followed. Visitors woro Mr. it nil Mrs. Homor Stiors mid dnughtor, Miss Nollio, of Ifnydonvillc, unci Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kisulo...

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. — 3 May 1906

1' .c1r?nriTO)!fl!rif r. -Kypivv w- - yrajpp.. "JP ' T w ? j 'www.t' f Tifjl- nrpp,,. r njr-TT'' 'i-wv'fWTFT WitffP? 4" a- ' n mJJiS!Sftyfl ipwawwwnfiw mi .'fH'if p" m ijM;iyiyiiirHiiilyf!ffe!''iifJiJi'; W'li'l H PR S. Paid By tho Logan IYIer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Lead ing Dealers, T1UYINO PRICKS FHUtTB AND VriltKTAIII.KS. Apples $2.00 Potatoes ()0c Turnips 10e l'ltOUUOR. Iltltter 20c .KgM . 1!!e Lttrd , !-' t'OULTUY, Live Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12Ae Dressed Turkeys 10c (1KAIN ANIl 1IAV. Whent 8")c Corn fiftc Outs i0c Choice Timothy JO.OO Mixed 8.00 Xtrnw fi.00 MVK STOCK Hogs, on foot 5A Ilogs, dressed 7c Steers, on lioof Ic to -t-J Cows, on hoof 3 to 34e Heifers, on hoof U to 4c Bulls, on hoof J5 to ic Gulfs, on hoof 5c f GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO Cattle: Common to ciiolco sleer.s, SI Qi'f&ti S,"i: rori, J3 2."-l 00; belfeis, y 751.') S5; bulls. $2 OOruM 25; btocrliers uuil fi-eilers. ?J 75'ti'l 75. Sliep and Lambs--Sheep, $4...

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. — 3 May 1906

W&mimi&ffi8l&0m-nMftfp3t wnwns' wipHirvw' " mtmmt mmmww rm wiippifpp VHVJ I rwj I h &ft Wf y , 1 k If PWH" H'ilVJIHWIUIf"WII'" milli'MI'JWPTW'll'I'll"" W't'f KAAAVvVvVVVVVvVVVvVVV s A Miser's Hoard as;AtD ALLEN Cop) right, lPOfl, by nrntrk ltimle fclVVVVNAVVVVVVAWWAA'Al Jacob Vnn Olrton bad been kuown as a uilsor for thirty jems, nntl at bid ilcntli people looked for a large sum of money to turn up. Juke, as be was nhvnjs icfeiicd to, lived on n farm ubout tbree miles frotn tbe village of C'aHtlle. It wni a farm of eighty ueiei, Slid jot It produced few crops. Ailile from an ucie or two of com mid pota toes for bis own use, bo planted noth ing, lie begun with n little money, and In the course of llfteen yems be wits tbe capitalist of the county, tf nn body wus willing to pay bis usuil oils rute,s of luleiesi, he ooubl bonow from $5 to $5,000 without liouble Tor many jenrs be did business with the bank In tbe village, but finally became auspicious and took caie of bis...

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. — 3 May 1906

-?j-rf- y - ygwy- ft-;... H i MANY INJURED, THOUSAND HELD PLACE BLAME ON JEROME t Political Contributions by Insurance Men Not Inquired Into. Logan, Ohio, Monday, May Reinpol Hotel from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Have your eyes cxninhiod ntut tested by a skilled Optician. Dr, West of tho Result of Clashes Between Troops and Strikers In Paris. Franco Medical Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUK EYES FREE If bIhsrch fire required he will lit you f)0 per cent lower than any other linn. We grind lunnca to suit ench person. Mil, 1906. y . Z "fv Iff LXT'W mm ,-n Laurel Run. As wo lmvc not hcaril from UiIh place though our valuable paper for quite u wliiio we will give some of the important items. The Cola Valley school closed Saturday, under t ho successful core of Mr. Osville Hartsough. The parents of the district came with well-filled baskets and a sumptuous dinner was served to which all did justice. After din ner quite a lengthy program was rendered by the scholars. Music was fur...

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. — 10 May 1906

'W '"&$ s-jar $ "aft1 "Jtrro aert-K 1 "rsrsr-earsHTT: srrrtn' "i" s - DBffiOQRA T-SENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25II1, Year, Number 15. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 65th. Year, Number 49. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County KS!K I lift v V ") 1 i M HUGE ON L A Business Grind of Much Importance. ORDINANCES INTRODUCED. Matters of Extended Cor poration Line On. Some interesting business! mut ters came before the City Council nt their regular session, Tuesday oveuing. The reports of the May or, Clerk, and Treasurer, for the month of April, were submitted and accepted. Tin Mayor'ft re port showed $22 collected during the month from city scales, finos, peddler's license, etc. The books of Treasurer Pullon give a total balance, April 30, of $7973.00. Solicitor Pettit presented two ordinances, which wete introduced by Mr. Thurness. The first pro vided for the annexation of certain outlying territory ...

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. — 10 May 1906

mmmiWmn:immtm,,,,jim ,.,.,! i,,,u,p,mm i y i jiJlLi J111B1IB : Editorial Opinions of Affairs "While Hie republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of the people J believe in." GOVERNOR JOHN M. PATT1S0N. : j 6444 4 WWWWIIWIJVMIMiiM.lie'llltWITIlwullJMl.l Who Comes to the Rescue? Vov some years the ancient tTnele Sam. hn.s been stran ded with the old ship of stile and being washed ashore, stands shackled on the rocky r ill's of monopoly. In the dis tance, on the horizon of the great sea of turbulent waters, there appears a sturdy old ship, at the helm of which stands a man of determination and leve of. country, piloting the battle scared craft to the rescue of Tiiele Sam, pinioned mid the rocks' of monopoly. The effort is a jnontenluous one, most hazardous. The craft may be dashed to snulhennes upon the shoals of the mighty millions, but thai pilot plys the wheel to the rescue, and the old ship will bear him on to strike the shackles from the imprisoned, suffering saint. T...

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. — 10 May 1906

MKtr&mimmiMmrvmmmtBmmimmr WWWBBgffBffiBgngfcaBPgggg S53S TwtmiuajjmJnj.u'nJiuwuajitiuiJ-il iiiiin-mm-mwuu miiiuijmiu)maimi'iJ'mHUii iu '' miiH,i'Tiii-,'.lUfl ftfUUyuitiM,HWiM1UiijiuiifiiiWippwwiwiiiMMiiw.iUiiiiipii! "252 f v t I .) X GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS Democrats. Soon to Control Three. Stale Institutions. PENITENTIARY IS INCLUDED Ohio Coal Operators Decide to Open Their Mines Sensational Double Tragedy at Mansfield Drake Suit Advanced In 8upreme Court Other News of the State. Columbus, O,, May 9. Four state Institutions, Including the now Lima state hospital, will noon bo under tho eoiitiol of tho Demociats, uu tho losult of appointments Just announced by Governor I'attltwn. Appointments weie niado on peni tentiary bam (1 and lite Athcu nt.itn liOH)ltnl board. By appointing on thu Limn boaid a trutitee of the Masslllon state hospital, n vacancy wiih cieated ut Masslllon which will later be tilled by a Uemoct at, and so will enable thu Democrats to leorguulze that Institu ti...

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. — 10 May 1906

o--- . -1.,,, ill. I)I;AI()CRAT-5IjNT1NIiL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. 1'tllH.IMIIMl KVKIIY TIIUIISOV! MOHNlNll. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. IIM'llltl'OIIATKDI I'Uni.tHitp.us timiit. c. t.o-ii, Jt.ll. llxsxnt., - .1. II, lllll. I.IHOS1, rtlRSMIRNT SrOItRTAIlV I'.ntToii 01'l't(l!:-In l)olllon llltick, smith Door. .HnlrnHl nl tho PiKlnllli'o lit I.ofnh,Uhlo, in Spconit Class Mail MntttT. Thursday, May 10, 1906 High Tariff Gets a Shaking. The friends of the stiindpnt doc trine cranio near being thrown in to n panic,- in congress, the other day when u measure was olVered to re lieve from duty tlio steel used for the rebuilding of San Francisco. So modest n request ns that, to re lieve tlie enrtliquake sufferers from paying a big duly in material for lestoring their city, had au ulnrui ing effect upon the friend, of the inoi ilinn to duties. Tho alarm win further spieud, by a pinpotition to m ike it apply to all cities. Tho way this find menace to preposterous duties- was met, wni In g...

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