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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 April 1907

s i''r. ' 3$ f r i L. . .! 1 ' , 1 WL '$ tn ft DEMOeRA T k ) afi OfHfl OHIO DKMOOBAT. 2dlh Yurtfo 16 Tfffl HOOKtHa BHNTINBl.jaOiYm No 58 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, APRIL n, 1907. i rnferlfieOMinlj One Dollar PerTtar OlrcnUtlon 3000 (- .? & J'wfr.nfTfi L r M F Hi s ?1f h 1 ' M V MAYOR'S ANNUAL REPORT ill TO THE An Exhaustive Review of the Vitfage Affairs Cover ing th3 Year Just Past. " " i I,, MANY ORDINANCES DEFECTIVE Recommendations Made Other News of the Council Meeting', of Tuesday .Night's Session. it WOK'S AHHtJAt RKrORT OF AFFAIRS. To the Hon, Council of the Vill age of Logan : Sec. 1750 of the R. S. of Ohio provides aa follow : ,"The mayor shall, at, the first regular meeting of the council in -April of each year, and ut euch other times as he may deerri expedient, report to the council concerning the affairs of the corporation, and recommend such measures as to him may seem proper." f I, therefore, in compliance with that 'Statute submit this report and these...

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. — 11 April 1907

t- ,"" t ?tt.i&rrt '" v -,,,- - ,1 d '.. I J? W Ml M f 'i It T M IN CLOSE OeSERVATIQNS AS TO THE CAUSE OF FIRES, Paragraphed by CreamerCilies and Towns May Follow the Informal ion and Save Much Property Code of Fire Protection Strictly .The protection of the wealth gathered in the business dl-Uriets of our large cities is, moral ques tions aside, tho most important re epcnsibility laid upon municipal officers. Either of four Ohio cit ies is liable to a conllagiatlon equal in los to that of Hnltiutoro, and two may have such a loss as that or llaltimoie with that of Snn Francisco added. From such horrors there is but one way to escape. That is through the adoption unci enforce ment of a proper building code. This will not instantly remove the danger, but it will gradually re duce it. The annual fire loss per capita .in cities in America is if 1.70, which is six times that of the average in Kuropeon cities. The character of the buildings in one European meteopolis is shown by the f...

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. — 11 April 1907

W(f I a if Editorial Observations. I CITIS VERY OFTEN UNNECESSARY & SI v ' r . mmmammmmmmm'fiemmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmKmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmKmmmMmmmmi-L.Liu a uu-u,i 'i'l ,n mil iii.-i.-LU,..tiu-u.LuJi.-ijuiu,.ij i-'iuia-iiu!L'jmiL-uiij-LxjiutiijiiuL-ijiniiiiiiii ,i i'xA-t-,uuiJi-xiitiiiiiiuM-fii'iciiMMwjuiiiiiijrrijiiii.ij ys:."-nvjji-ii-iijimi. $ttivitotftttt$ in nhrniTinn rnn innnmi gARuraMiiunruKArrtiiui- a fit fi K N rrr" y1 ii v (MKWOWW'toM! Initiative and Referendum. If progress In favor of tlie initiative and referen dum in representative government advances" in tho nest few yours ns it has in the past few, it will not be long before the poople will qend their representa tives to the state legislatures and to congress with a 'definite program ofjconviotions to naot into laws for the subsequent decision of the vorers. It is true that the referendum idea tnny be carried to foolish extremes, but within due limits it has groat valuQ. There are undoubted a...

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. — 11 April 1907

. ". i f' v ir & V r -, -M W, .f-ywf- " lyfT" '-tm Ssi n J 0 It V4 i "i 1 t democrat-sentinel aweekly newspaper. PitnMflURii gvRiir TmmmiAy vonti.tn. Thi Logan Prinlinx and Mlishiug Co. MM'lllM'nHATKtl) I'tXIll tSllttl'S VtRtlU. I' tlinKT. l'tltSHlnHXT M. U. irXvXfl., SVCIIKTtHV J. U. ftoU.IHON. KUITOII OlIAH, II. Hfcl'tt ,VI EtJITOIl ifcMANArlRK OFVIOCt-lii OollUmi Ulncli, South Door KnWirod t the Pommlliv Iti t.oumi Ouio,ri Second !la Mrtll 1ntter. Thursday, April 11, 1907 Tnn ncn who savcB his money, becomes the banker, themerchnnt, the professional man. The boy who never qaves a cent makes the man who ''earns his bread by the sweat of his brow," who never owns a home or enjoys the luxur ies of life. A man onco went to milk and sat down on a boulder in the middle nf the pasture field, and wnited, and waited for tho cow to come back up and bo milked. His brother once kept store and waited for the public to come in and buy something. Ho did not drive in with an advertisement. 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. — 11 April 1907

Mtfmfi i ?til JrfT . PlWIMiiiKMIIWMW ' U u If ; '! l? Rockbridge The cold weather make Us think spring la a great way off and Jacob. Smith says we will have thirteen 'Inches snow yet. Weoah stand pniW, hut llnpo he wont prophesy any' more floods. J The fjath and Concrete Faotory started work Wednesday, the first work they have done since the flood. Dr, Lee hap moved his, office In . tho residence of .lucob Carpenter. Mr. and Mra. Webb Deeds vialt ed the Utters mother, Mra. Lewis Kull, Snnduv. Boyd Qoaa visited onr city, Sun day. Miss Winifred Union, Of Logan, visited here, Friday. r Will Edwards, Of Buck Run, eays he has not given up the Fox chase yet. Mary WagstafFt of SugarX3rove, was here on buainess, Friday. Mies Ida Disbennet, of Enter prise, visited Mrs. Loyd Hansley, one day last week. . , Boyd Troxel wa a Lancaster ' visitor, Thursday. - Mis3 Clara .Nunemajser, of Lo gan, spent Wednesday' with Mrs .Hausley, and attended meeting at the U. B. Elmer Beoligher visited our city, ...

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. — 11 April 1907

ii "V "7' yfvw-"-ff 'r" "f-KmdKrmn" frmfiKm0!v" r - "J,fTn2 tr t ' , ) I 4 lutumn iiw.U(wtLMpinmMiMimiu.wiiijinpiiiii jhuihi'ww!Wwwip'"t1 I f t Kf J. -I, - i K- rrr ." k yn - fc. r vV . f jSps y i Blackburnville Wo bogtn to think that we tire going to hnve unothor winter tliia morning. Dry Tnvern school dosed with good success, and were nil sorry to Bee tho door close when they crime out in the evening Mrs, f'luis. K o t e 8 t n n e, of Gibisonillve. and Mis Lena Note stone, of Dry Knn, attended the Inat day of school nt Dry Tavern. Mr. Boyd Hula and Jesse Westonberger attended tho school closing at Dry Tavern. Mr. Wm. Graf, of near the Hoys Industrial School, was visiting P. Blackburn and family, Saturday night. Quite a number from this place attended meeting at tins Uoly Chapel, Sunday night. The Misses Lulnh and Mable Blackburn and Laura and Mary Green attended the exhibition at Brownsville, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs-. Daniel Leisure were visiting friends, of South Perry, Easter....

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. — 11 April 1907

I A.: & fif r i h fern W ft mi tl Condition of Crops and the Wages of Farm Hands. The following report, computed from returns received from tlio nlHoial crop and live atook corre spondents of the Department, fn clicatestho condition of wheat and other oropa nnd the wages of farm hands. Wheat, condition compttred with un average, 87 per cent. Wheat crop of 1006 still in producers' hands, 20 per cent. Winter Bnr ley, condition compared with an uverage, 85 per cent. Rye, condi tion compured with an averago, 00 per gent. Corn, condition in crib compared with an average, 03 per cent. Corn, remained unhnsked during winter, 7 percent, Corn, damage to unhusked during win ter, 18 per cent. Corn, damuge to fodder during winter, 33 per cent. Snow, j;eks -of protection to wheat, -1. Fruit, buds winter kill ed, 18 per ceut. Fruit, prospects 'compared with an average, 88 per cent. WAGES Or li'AUJI HAKD'S. Per month with boaid $21 00 Per month without, board.... 20 00 Per day with board 1 10 P...

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. — 11 April 1907

vx Ui i && -nA-fR-1-! u ,r f $ r A sf.9mmEE&&2Z&5,Sr ,-i-i l',a,BifeiiVr i 1 Aasttif.TTfs.: .c-"i mSf- rmm mj w uuk ' .WkW V. AV.rWKL Ieru ;-ow n .vvvocwr then ti8r 7ip Sm d ,l 'SK:lV ft Way. Vt; nboi 7 1 IU: inn lv ,i,rn l IV Avv tZ&Sxei?''. I then Pleasant Danco On Tuesday evening Miss Mary Josephine Wright gave a very pleasing dance to about twenty couples at tne iteu men b m.iu. Twico-Fivo Club Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wood worth wilLontertain the Twico-Five Club on Monday evening of next week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laf ayette Warner. King's Daughters Mr. M. H. Cherrinnton was hostcs-s for the King's Daughters Thursday afternoon at her cozy home on Hunter Street. A very enjoyable and profitable afternoon was spent. Six O'clock Dinner Mr. 'and Mrs, Bruce Dollisou en tertained with a six o'clock dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. .las. L. Mai tin and their guest Mrs. Will Glenn, of Gallip.ilis, and Mr. Hartley Devorc of Vinton. Honor Columbus Ladies On Wednesday...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 April 1907

" pvz W5 I, V U ' 6 . DBMOeRA T'SENTMBL. 'fUn OHIO DlJIfOORATi 20th tut No 10 TOn HOOKING BUNTING!. 00th Ym Ha 39 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907. Tha Only Demndratlo I'iper'lu tti Oiwnty Olrontallon B000 Ona Dollar VtrYm 't-ewgp5!F3!9JwS9TWrr9Vjgr' W T1 l,V h COUNTY COM MISSIONERS 1 i Much Business Transact ed at Last Saturday's 1 Meeting. BOARD OF TRADE PETITION Road to Greendale Of Much Importance to Logan. The commissioners of Hooking county met Saturday in regular Ttinnl.liltr onaatnti wi'll. PraaMaHt ....j ,,...,., ,.,., 4..COIUOII,, J. W- Strentz presiding. H. H. West, F. Weynineller, .1. L. Martin (Cleric) present. ' The matter of road Improve ment on road leading from Logan to Greendale, the Board of Trade of Logan waited upon tho com missiners in a body and requeated as taxpayers, the consideration of taking some notion in such im provement. Commissioners heard the Board of Trade and took the mutter under consideration. it No matter has been brought t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 April 1907

'W w turn II I.' RECT LEGISLATURE MOVEMENT SWEEPINB THE BODY POLITIC A Sentiment That Will Not Put Down by a 1 jft'aive of the Big Stick. The direct legislation movement is swooping ovor the country, north, enst, south, and west. The question is being considered in North Dakota, Washington, Min nesota, W'scunsln, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersov, Delewnre, Maine, Massachusetts, Arkansas and Virginia. The direct vote system lias already been adopted in Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Illinois, Texas, Nevada and Montana. The vote in'tlie house in North Dakota stood 74 to 17 in favor; in tie state of Washington it was, 00 to 2(1. Such men as Bryan, La Follette, Folk, Hearst, Tom Johnson, Sena tors Culloni, Du Hois, Fulton, Gamble, Gearin, Hopkins, New lands, Patterson, Stone, and the following members of congress: Allen, Baker, Burke; Burleigh, Clark, Fulkerson, Goulden, Gran ger, Hearst, Hinshaw, Hobson, Hubbard, Kline, Knopf Martin, Michalek, Moon, Rainy, Schner beli, Sulzer, Wei...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 April 1907

& "VT ,-y r r v f. -.mm .'mrm-'r'fsfimFmWf it s V IV Wjft;, M 31 3 wiMwwfljftMMMrwij Editorial Observations. I K 44444-M' GOVENMENT COSTS TOO MUCH. The Passing of Roosevelt, It is indeed astonishing how rnpldly l'reeldent Roosovelt is declining from the popular seat he oc cupied in tlio hearts of the peoplo a few years ago. Thero wna hardly a Republican or Democrat in tho rccont past who had ought to Bay of the pi evident. Evon Mr. Bryan published one commendation after another of tho president for his Americanism. How ever his undignified attitude toward his critics shows n rapid change in his usefulness. No American citi zen iikos to hoar a man yell "Linr," as a defense In tho fnoo of accusers. If .an accusation is worth noticing at all it is worth answering squarely and truthfully, in language that befits a man in the high office of prosidont of the greatest pountry in tho world. President Iloosovelt was at his zenith when every body, regardless of politics, tipped their hats...

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. — 18 April 1907

pwri mmwwp .- i DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. pirui.iHiir.i) Rvuny ntuitsn.ir jtouxiNO. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. MNlMUt'OtlATUin I'Um IrtllKltH VIlllHJ. t I tUVIIY, . - l'HKttlKST H 0. HaS'smi . . SKCnuAiiY .r U, HOU.IS'lN, . llDtTDll ClfAH II. llLCi; - 1-UJ. KpiniAitMANAIIRlt OKKXCK: -til DiittMiiil mock, South Door Entered nt thrt I'ti miilluf In IiiikiiIi.OIiIo, us nucnniit mil .MHII ,MIUUT. Thursday, April 18, 1907 KiniiT'HtJNnuKii boiler makers in Chicago wont out on n stiike. The sudden silence was deafening. Evinn- veau the frost kills the peach crop, hut some how there are always abundant peaohep in tho market. Tne HASK-uALt. fan oau now brush up his back teeth and tnue up hie larynx for the sousnn. Tho battle is on for wind jatuing. Senator Cullum should be very careful what ho says, lest he be sued for damages. He says Hurri luau ought to be in the peniton-liary. Now that the Mayor has gotten all tho garden controversies settled, he i still figuring hn...

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. — 18 April 1907

mSSSmSnWMIMHHIHpiplJpEi l lAI Ir , jjil ijjji!ijJiiA.L. 11 MjugiaLjHajaiJimwja'HiiJs1 MijUiiiij,iijiMuijijiim!Luusawwi,ipi.j.nniLiijiiiiL'''i'i 1 wi.;iliiliiiiiptipwWijM iubjj qT.gs.iifi i)M1wMH'yiftiiM mtpWA4Ai)Mii&fltoMKilvHmmimtmW10'w . . -' JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Suffered Four Months From the After-Effects of the Grip-Relieved By Pe-ru-na. The grip more than any other dis ease in the world Uaves the system in a run-down, nervous, bloodless con dition. - Peruna, has become femoua la re lieving the deplorable condition which the grip produces W9ri0ssn'PA50t JfllBHHl Catarrh Victims Susceptible. People wild have bad catarrh of the head, throat, nose or lunga are much more liable to cateh the grip than other people. The reason lor this Is that the mucous membranes of the head, nose, throat' or luugs are injured by the catarrh and the germs which cause tho grip find easy entrance into the system. It la a well established act that per fectly sound mucous membranes consti tute ...

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. — 18 April 1907

f fp-TS J l-MV & ? f s 7ft l ft : ' 4 -iu refits smS5W4m r 'Vanaiib- " v t vi Pine Valley Not seeing any items from this place for quite a whilo and think- ing perhaps the writer litis gone west, we endeavor to givo the most important events in and around this place. - Summer seems to be over with and now a second winter has tak ing its place, which will greatly delay the sowing of oats, making of garden etc. Not much plowing done yet. "Win. Anderson Sr was buEily in gaged in butchering, last Thurs day. Messrs. Hotuer Dillon and Shur wnn Struwn are busy, engaged in clltting, timber on the Henry Keck farm of Mr. Itesler of Logan. Dillion Bros., Jackson and Win. are at Logan working on the brick yard. ISelson Hunkison is erecting a new bum on his premhes. Clin ton Keck & Co. arc doing the car penter work. Mr. Frank Moose who has been out in Miun. working at the State Hospittl for quite a spell, return ed home recently, and is now on the sick list. There will be preaching at Pr...

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. — 18 April 1907

r- vl i&.uuwjireKpmtm.uiLJLiuj xtujivmnjHJitLhi iwmtmn&9tmmmrn9m'mmLi.iii-j-j n t i Clean the Dairy Barn Farm papers talk' a great doal nioro about keeping tlio poultry Jiouso oloan than they do about keeping the dniry barn clean, and yet there is no place abiut tho promises that it iB more important to keep clean than tho dairy barn From the time it is drawn from tho cow, milk is a powerful ab sorbent of odors, or Whatever of foulness may be in the air. Hence the drains should bo kept well Opened, tho floors carefully Bwopt, tho walls frequently white-washed, and limo scattered within and around the premiees. - Such FUtrtrestiona may not be thought to apply to farm manage ment, but they do, with modifica tions of course. On tho farms the milking, at leaBt in summer time, may- be done outside, and there may be no drains to look af ter, and no walls to whitewash; but wherever milking is done cleanliness should prevail; and it should extend from the milking itself through ever...

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. — 18 April 1907

JliKllLUU-illill A jP'saftiiii3tts 1 J1JL eiltClD HUL.JL 11 AK JJ W AKL AJMrlN I i n& a,ki Galvanized and Rubber Roofing, Best on flarket i Cream Separators tT.'wm... $75-oo i churns ;;cikin:,s.::om ,.... $9.00 I GAS RANGES T.$..:i $30.00 i HOT PLATES r$200 , $3.50 j B,e, i W,S, I Plows, Harrows, all Makes Full Line of Builder's Hardware, Paints and Varnish, the Right 0 Goods, Come as We Have th See THE CHRIS HOLL HARDWARE CO. J msbs1 -J? isr? ( wri If yK?.-'r4--v CyY. 7 lis? WJBTlf "Here's to the Garden o Eden, That Adam was always a-weeclln': Till one day, by mistake Kve as bit by a snake That on the rich pippin was fccdin. Then a feeling Menied to possess her lor ,oniothiii,r suilicient to dress hor, And ever since then It is up to us men To pav for herdrosses- God blex her.' Tourist Mrs. Silverthorno is hostess the TourUte this afternoon. for Thimble and Art. Mrs. Ptireoll was hostess for the Thimble and Art Club Wednesday afternoon. A pleasant time wns cjjont by those prese...

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. — 25 April 1907

"THE PRINCESS ElflPES," A SERIAL STORY BY M'GRATH, STARTS IN THIS PAPER MAY 9. WATCH FOR THE OPENING NUMBER THE unMO(BRAT'SENTINEL, I fM IfiE OHIO DEMOOR&T 2Cth Tut lia 17 mejeooxihci behtiiiei. eethTm Ho4o LOGAN, HOCK1NQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1907. The Only Dem&ofatlo Pap'r la ih. County OlrcTtMlon 3000 One Ilollu ftrTear- u -L, .sx , Mr r b STREET CARNIVAL Will Be Put on In Logan May 6 to 12th. BENEFIT CAR SHOPS Board of Trade Contract i With Manager' Welder The weekof the 6th to the 12th will find Logan in the throes ola. Street Carnival .of large rangrfl- nrl a a. carnival p clean, lip-to- -"t - data canvas entertainments ot high clas3 order. """The railroad car shops Ways and Means committee met Air. Will Weider, of Jackson, at the May or's office in Logan, and heard his proposition of, putting on here a large street carnival aggregation, a percent to go to the Board of Trade to assist in the money yet to be raised. The street committee of the council, the m...

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. — 25 April 1907

j . AHngmsm UBJ,8rtWft "8HR5WR"!2E!SH V S Jr.- i . Pa's Houseoloruiin'. When the April sun's n-shinin' hot iwi' things la wise mi' fresh, Whon tho wMler'fl tlroppln' tossuls mi' the blnck'ilrd'd In the brcsli, An' pa ioiii- In ft)." nnonln' tin' tho lloon Is wot us boimo, Then it'p ,'f.ivMt-iuns?y in usl Voiir ma's o oleiwiiii' hoilsol" Then mo un' Jim id atl io to Unci rug ciu'pet in tho sun Who i vwj'U planned to go iflishin' for the suckerR in tho run : But whi'o pti mkcs his nooiiin' nu' the homes cuts their snacks 'V boys Dm bsj'it thuiu carpets while we're rtistln' up our bucks. An' then next duy pi's eertnin sure to have to go to town; Hut heiihvnjH leave u orders, "Help to put thotu onrpets down." An' at nift lit, when lie gets homo again, you'd tlnnk to Iienr him gronn About tho hardship of it, that he'd dono tho job ulnno. Poor ma I Slio 1ms it awful hard, sho'll work until she drops), An' paund her thumb mil I a half way nil", an' wot ho" foet with slops; Sho'll got so hc...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 April 1907

s ? mnmmmmmmmmtm0mmmfnmwkwmjM93Jtnimr9mmmm I.MIIJ'III I )l IWI.il. .Ill ) J. IIMHH'lll I Editorial Observations. 1 ,w - T . -w- .- w .s,- MrfMimmmnMni (MWflWtfWflW( The Club of Federal Parrdnage.' Pcnbnbly one of the moat tlnngeroua obstructions to oivio rights and the most disgusting to tlio enclul fnhrio in a repuhlloati form of government is tho club of federal patronuge, all of which hue a tenden cy toward a nionarcliial or ovon an nbaoluto mo r.nrchiul form of government. It is drifting along in those lines and in American presidential powers, closer every year toward abso lute monarchy. One cannot conceivo how a citizen of the United States could toleruto such a potentate; a power vested in one person ob now exists in the. person of a Kinjj Edward or a Czar Nicholas", and not far removed from such absolute vested control, is tho power of the President of the United Statop under our present recognition and toleration. How much more power over Russia hue Czar Nicholas than hasPr...

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. — 25 April 1907

cr JW? mWWUPWWM - Wri, ' 'fTm W"' T" ,. ,"" fr fo m DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUJlMSHRU BVRHT TltltHSDAT MOlSlftNfl. I "Tie togan Printing and Publishing Co. ' uKcmu'oii'Xfri)) I'UMt.tHMUIlB tVlROILl. liOMHt I'HKSlllf'NT n'(0. lfA'Kr, SKCItKTAItY (J. B. Uiir.LiRiiN, - KniToit J3IIA, tl, Heck Ammo. KmroHd Maxaofu OFFIUE:ln DollUon llltioh. Snutti Door "knterpd At the PimMiM'cv In I.ORnn.Olilo, as Second Claw Mull nmucr k Thursday, April 25, 1907 ' An KemxciE lina the audncity to say that Secretary Tuft is a man of great poise avoirdupois. 1 David or old taid, "I said in my bnsto, all men uro liars." Presi dent Roosevelt of modern times says so deliberately. li An fxchanok sayH that the human race is getting thinner; 'not much woudor when tLe cost of living is getting so high. Newspapers announce that Sen ator Foruker recently lost by death a very valuable- bull dog. Tough luck, Senator, and just when you needed him the worst. Jr is most thoroughly demon strated that the D...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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