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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 May 1907

.-- i im i.miMifimmmHim m i i nun, ,- -v 4t&ffc4$3ftitfMlB&iN!i p- f -j--i3&tgqfaija K - p-dta t -rt t t ' -f -- --?-' Jfc "' V5 . DEMOGRA 7V run onto phmocjuat. boiIi v-ar No 20 THil ttOOKIMQ BHNTINMi GOtli Yeat No 43 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1907. The Only Democratic Paper In ttie 06nnly Circulation 3000 One Ddllar Per Year ' lOi nil fi ORDINANCE S SED A Village Council Proclaims Against Lawlessness. "SUNDAY CLOSING" ORDER Also "Breach of the Poaco" and Dog Law Passed. The council of Lognn mot Toes , day night nntl wore in a mood to equeezo out Uio lawlessness from the confines of tho-town, by pass ing b bi IV prohibitory laws: Tlio first to conic up on second rending was a law to closo saloons at 11 o'clock i.t night on week days, and from 11 o'clock Satur day nights until 0 o'clock Monday morning, following. CQlonel Weldy moved a suspension of the rules requiring ordinances to lie rend on threo separate nights, and that tlio third reading .bo di...

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. — 16 May 1907

ZmtpMf", .jjj. U7Bfiygjfi J. 4WPfi w ii"iit.aiTr-flwiymiiwiwfiajyiif'fcHi'"yjr 9 & I Editorial Observations. I a e sr- Send Flowers While We Live. D) mit keep ilii; alabaster boxeaof your lovo iitul tenderness sealed up until jnur friends uro dead. Fill ho rltvis ith sweetness now, Speuk uppioving cheering words while tholr ears can hour tliutn, unil whi'e their hoart9 cnn be thrilled and made happlur by them : the kind things you menu to nay wlion they are gone, euy before thoy go. The llowcrs you mean to Bend fur their colIIns, solid to brighten and sweeten their honfes before they leave thetn. If my friends have alabaster boxes laid away, full of fragrant perfumes of sympathy and ali'eation, which thuy intended to break over my dead body, I would rather they would bring them out in my weary and troubled hours, and open tliem, that I may bo refreshed and cheered by them while I need them. J would rather have u plain colllu without a flower, a funeral without an eulogy, than a ...

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. — 16 May 1907

.uiiimm'i' IfJ- !W N MimiiifctiiwriwMyiiwwia'wrCT"uyiMllj'mjigjjmiliUJJ PUPILS' EXAMINATION. May it 1907. (Under Act of March 28, 1002 ) Physiology. 1, Explain eaoh nf the following in connection with tlto skin: cutis, cuticle, mucous, membrane. 2. Give the structure mid use of the ligaments; tendons. . Truce the coilree of the blood through the heart. What pie vents the blood from flowing backward? 4. Whose bones break easier, yours or your graudfather's? Why? 5. Name some foods you would eat to produce fat., Why is milk a desirable food? (J. Of what use to tho budy Is exercise? 7. Give the locution unci use of the Bulivary glande, 8. Aleutian the organs of which the nervous system consists. 9. Locate the following: Hustachiun tube, Iris, fibula, bleeps, gastric juice. 10. Why is alcohol always injurious? Is coffee a harmful stimu lant? Why, or why not? Geography. 1. Which is greater, thejolar or the- equatorial diameter of the earth? Why? 2. Locate five important cities of the wor...

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. — 16 May 1907

jWWWWyWBW DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtJBUSIIKtl KVRItV TrlrU.ltlAY .MOHHIMU, The Logan 1'rinlii.g ami Publishing Co. U.M'Hl''iH,TKD) I't'lf M I Hits Vtitornt'. LoWi.v, I'lsnmnns'T II. (Ii tlA.NSKt., SUUIthTAUV J. H. Dot.Msn.s, . . KtiiTolt Oiias. ll..1)Ki'ir Aim, r:iirrii:AM.NANi!K OFt'tCEi In Uolluim Uloelt, South Door Entered nt the l'ostiittk-e In Kngnti.rihlu, us SeconriOns .Mull Matter. Thursday, May IG, 1907 Announcements. We nre authorized toiinnotinco tho name of j. k. ihm.i.isus us ii candidate lor Jln yorof Loimu. for n second ttinn. subject to the will of tin; Dcmociullc primary. AMHlTisOU. We nre authorized to announce the tinmo Of JOHN fl. WAONK1!, bjr assessor of Uarlon Tov.ii-.hlp, for u second term, sub ject to the will of tin1 llemoorutle tun ty. Tiik msciiAUtit: of L'nrterikltl, ne State Game Warden I? just what should have happened liiin. He einiled tit tho lawbreakers, nnd had no regard for Ii is oath of of fice. Another took foolish American girl mar...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 May 1907

' mmmm "wiWWWIAI W" Wj)WlJij-S 9 I UfJ fc 'L' IU - r J4 4h -W-WMJ ''"eiO"l'wuwViiyWtW n B5 T ."r ?Vi6 in the child's health; do not imperil ii with alum food by the use of poor .baking powder. Have a delicious, pure, homcrmadc muffin, cake or biscuit ready when they come in. To Jbe sure of the purity, you must use Royal makes a difference in your home a difference in your health- .a difference in your cooking ROYAL is absolutely Psareo H fJ ip231 Mr. and fills. Fiank Woll2 and y Mr. Josepli II. Woltz. II Miss Kosa Ogg, who hue bo UV living with Mrs. Emma Tidd Coriespondents ftom other towns" aie requested to have their copy in this office not later than Monday night or Tuesday morning. Please write on one side of paper only. Editor. Goose Town The furmets in this ooitntiy uie all huirying to got their ciops in. Thoy had better wait till it quits snowing. Mr, Hon Stntkey was calling on Mr. George Davit), Satuiday night. Wo leain that Mr. liny Turner, who iell in a ditch theothet nigh...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 May 1907

-K F Wr-5 ! II 1 1 fl JIWlllllllliWllIUIMIl.llilttilMillllM''"'lM"'"l'"',LI''' MIMMMWHi m'f li I I ''5 ,ffv veaSSS ! vUIjrtf Jfts'Sw A? 4h J&r. ill Market Reports. Prices Paid by Lugnn Merchants, May llth, 11)07. v . j.Tt i vj"x" i.jt; T. :i-"Kii Tk. .i.'JLa" Kll' .r WMJWA AHMMS; Apples iji'J 00 Potatoes 30c Butter 18e Eggs Uc Chickens .... 0e Dressed .. l'-M Wheat S(k 0 rti . .. 55.0 Oits. . ilOc Tiuiutliy 15.00 Hog? 5fc Dressed .. 7o Steers 54c Cows lie Heifors 4c JUiIIh He Galves m Lumba .. 0c GK.VEHAI. MAKKIlTd Cincinnati Wheat, 80c; Coru, 55c; Oats, 17c; Bye, 7!!c; Hogs, Co; Steers, oc: Slieep, 3-fc; Luinbs, -He Now York Wheat, 90c; Coru, 57c; Oats, 17c. Chicago Wheat, 80c; Corn, 50c; Oats?, 10c; Steers, 0c; Cows, 4c: Heifers, 5c; Sheep, le; Lambs, Cc; Calves, oc; Hogs, oc. The Timber Supply. Every perion iu the United States is using over six times us much wood as be would use if ho were in Euinrje. The country us a whole consumes every year be tween thiec and four times m...

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. — 16 May 1907

DssFsr a fp .i- It fej Mr. Thomas Garrison hus Ills 111 nouae in inagdale about Correspondents from other towns are requested to have their 'copy in this office not later than Monday night or Tuesday " morning. Please write on one side of paper on lo Editor. west Side Deferred.' Like the "hud penny" we come-once more with u few of will our most importunl doings, Preuching ut Oak Grove last Saturday night was well uttend , od.- There will be Sabbath School every Sunday at Oak Grove at 2:80. Everybody invited to at tend. Miss Edythe. Hurtsough closed her echool No. 10 with success , last Thursday. Quite a crowd waB present. Mr. Ezra Girgsby furnished .the music witli grupha phor.e and" Mr. George Vorhees' ,pluyed the violin. Mr. Samuel Kline recently re turned from Paulding Co. to visit friends und relu.tiVea. Quite a number from this side took in the exhibition at Mound Crossing last Thursday nig lit and all. say it was 0. K, - Tommy Whiternft, of Glbison ville, was seou driving his ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 May 1907

m&mmssasims , ,a-. w9mmm9imtimjummiMiiummvMimnn.uiumnuiimmminui.mjimiimniwa9wii$wrMU'fmtj0ViV" S I r. i i- -s. USBiiFT9 r lA- WJ ' Six O'clock Dinner- Mrs. KdTritcli, entertained with a six o'clock dinner Wodnesduy evening, Complimoiitiny Mrs. Dr. Welch of Nelsonville, Mrs. Agnes Tidd .of Lancaster, Mrs. Theo Lytic and Mrs. .Wnltor Becker. Hengst-Hier Mr. Fred Hcnyst, of Columbus, was mirried Tuesday to Margaret Hier, of Columbus. The many friends of Mr. tlengst wish tl.em a joyous married life. Mr. und Mrs. George Ilengst, of Logan, were in attendance at the marriage reception. Shops Dance One of the most delightful dances of the season was given by the Rnilioad shops committee at Red Men's Hall Tuesday evening. The Logan Orchestra furnished the music and an assemblage of fifty couple enjoyed the whirl of the dance. A beautiful sight it presented, the ladies appending in the most beautiful attire and the gentlemen in correct tailoring. The Committee netted about $100 to the goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 May 1907

r'r n 1 1 ,r l-'ji t i r 1r " TJiBjjgiSI wfJ i.imi 'iff '1i. uCiiyy ' .rw- -J TW ihii i'ii i wampum ft.'s T! DEMOeRATSENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOOkAT, 20th Year No 21 TUP. HOOKIKO BBHTINHL OOlhTent Ko41 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 23, 1907. The Outy Deaoorallo Payor In the Oanntjr Circulation 30QO Ono Dollar Pot Year .."fTO K N m u fe i l M AMBROS E WILL This Magnificent New Hostelry Is Now Ready For Logan and the Publio. MEETING WITH ASTONISHING SUCCESS. One of the Most Modern Public Reception Announcement S'he fflotel &fonlpio6e will 6e formally ooened Suebdcwfo Slay StU; T 9 O'f ; tu-iUv lullio ieceition leliu-een the hotels o 'r.SO and TO:30 P. UL So the citi'gei7A 0 SBogan and vicinity le exteixd a mo&t heci'lty wzvitatiorb to he fried end. zJfo. and ,ttl&. c. $. &fi?ilio6e. As announced above, the New Ambrose Hotel will be formally thrown open to the publio next Tuesday evening. At that time it will be complete in till ltd up partments and a public re...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 May 1907

5iii 1 1 WW i ,,,,: .. MM i I, ,.,, ,WHt tw. .,,,,., 4MtttfhmifB uuuu hwmwwH M1-mm !& t- H ttWtihtitfMtiilJffl hi a (MWW'MMMWWM Editorial Observations. I High Prices Produce Business Depression. Til lit too niuo'i prosperity is often the ruin oT in-dividual- is nn inftirtuiute truth, but thnt too much prospority'will brood business depression Is not so well known. Yet from Chicago u few diys ago. comes tho announcement that the Western Kleetrio Company has recently dropped 5,000 out of 25,000 men from payrolls. Not hard times, nor tho expect ed approach of hard times, but "too inuoh pros perity," w.u assigned by President K. M. Burton as tho cause of the company's action. "The high prices for copper, steel and lead tiotalB, which wo use very largely, uiak construction of plants in which our apparatus is used very much more expensive than at any timo for twenty-five years," he said. "Our customer?, then, have to face the p-obubidty that plant put in at the present rato ot cost co...

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. — 23 May 1907

awiiniwmijwwjiitiwftaajM BWLtmmumxmm "wnmBWiww-wtfaasiw Wtcr&mvmm III! I If 1 .j ? j II 1 . GENTLENAN OF COLOR Denounce Taft and Declare For Foraker. In r inectlng of Ohio loprcsuii' tattvgg of tlio eolorotl raeo held In Columbus, Wednesday, resolutions were adopted protesting against the political ndvancotiiont of Seo rotury'of War W. II. Taft, and warning p-illtionl lctulers ttrough out' the state tliut further advo cacy of the cuitdidiuty of Taft would moan the forfeiture of the colored vote of the state. In addition to their resolutions, n declaration of principles 'was adopted, in which the organiza tion declared strongly in favor of Foruker for whatever ofllco ho muy wish to bo a candidate, urging him as the most fearlessly clean man in public lifo, and us the champion of the rights of the peo pie without regard to color. The meeting was composed, not of politicians, but of the profes ' sionul men of the colored race in the stute. There were the profes sors in all the cojo...

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. — 23 May 1907

i i l DEiYlOCRAT-SENT INEL "" - -- n- ii ii. iimi - r.in.i i I A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUllt.Hlttttl KVFK1 HIIIIRIIW MOItNtMn. The Logan i'riiiti.t;' ait J Publishing Co. ( IM tMoHAI'KIl) I IV HIIKtlri Vtltllll.)'. I IVKV . I'lllitlllMNT H.fJ. II.WHI, - Hl'cnt.ltV ,1. II. Oiii.Iiihds. llinimi OII.A4. II. llHC ,V1I. UlUTOU.l MA.VAIIKIt OPFIt'Kt-lh Ulilltinli lllodk, Ntuitll Hoof Kliteieil nt the I'oslutlk'e In I.iiitun Ulitci, us SuoiiiiiH'litti .Mull Mniicr, Thursday, May 23, 1907 Announcements. We tun milliorlecl lomiiimiiici' tliu iihiiic of J. It. IHH.r.Hli.v inn onmlldiiti'for Mii vornf l.nitiiii,firi ivonnit term, vililoct to tbcwilliif lhi DvmiK'Mitlu iiiliuiiry. ASHKSHOKs Wo nietiutluul.(.'il to iiiinoiimv tlio nntiiu or JOHN II. WAMN'KR, for nssaiior of Marlon Townlili, for n socmihI Iimiii, miIi Ject to tbu will of tlio Potiioi'iMtlc part. Village Laws. Two weeks ago the Council of Logan enuoted three ordinances of importance to the pence find wel fare of our town, and witli 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. — 23 May 1907

r : f WNNmwWM TW I. 'r ii. kw J K NEWS or OTHER TOWNS liaydenville A number of students from the 0. S. U of Columbus visited our town Saturday, tuklrtg .In the eights. 'I ho supper given by tho I. 0 0 F. fnturfltiy evening' wus lorgely attended. Miss May me Thompson is yory ill, t this writing. We tiro glad to see Mr. Ohna. MjLain out uguin. Mr. Bort Horn and family Sun dayed here. Several from this phico attended the County S. S. Convention last week, and a good report was brou till t to oiir school. Mr. Wilbert Nelson of Now Pittsburg spent several days last week with rclativo nt this- place1 Mr. Dolllson and son of 6 een dale spent Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Osenr Burns. 'I ho new excitement is Childrens Day, Come early and bring plen of tlowere. New Plymouth Mrs. Jnno Finney died on the 12th. at tho home of her daughter Mrs. R. E. Stevenson of Lancaster, and was brought here for burial on Tuesday. Mr. L. Eggleston of Logan spent Sunday with his siste" Miss Rosel lii Eggleston. M...

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. — 23 May 1907

'rST" PWlgV fc-T-5SJ "3w,w1s$T3-3$. W'SPS"H" 7 Qv St. C f SWA fig - rTi ?iVjy iU Market Reports. I Wm ran ..f.Ai on the plants because thuy will Prices Paid hy Logan Merchants, ,)rcilk n1( tl)eil. growth w, ,)D May 20th, 1007. retarded for at least two weeks. Apples $i 00 Potatoes Goc Right after dinner when they are Butter 15o Eggs lie (,00d and dry is the bet time. Chickens So Dteesod 12. A comuion corn, cultivator is Wheat 00c, (! m 05c sufficient to do the "work. But Oats GOc Timothy f 5.00 'y0U should plow at least six times Hogs Gflc Diesstd.. . 7c n,i ni through with the hoc ini- Steers oc Uows 3c mediately after. Hoc it twice,' Heifers ... .IWc Hulls 2flc ,.,,,1 this with the. nliuvlnt will Calves fie Lambs ... 0c OKXEltAL -MAKKCTd Oliiciiiutlti Wheat, 90c; Corn, 55c; Oats, 17c; Rye, 78c; Hogs, 0c; Steers, 5u; Sheep, -l'c: Lambs, 54c. New Yorlc Wheat, 97c; Corn, 55c; Oats, 17c. Oliic'ilffo Wheat, 97c; Corn, 54c; Oats, -18c; Steers, 5c; Cows, 5c: Heifers, 5c; Sheep, 5c; Lambs...

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. — 23 May 1907

u i m. i V' i 5S iwawjatLPMinyegMJUPff ri'tfci rjunumgnwigiwi miy fin JMHPR55! if Ijlpsg r u Correspondents from other towns are requested to have their copy in this office not later than Monday night or Tuesday morning. Please write on one side of paper only. Editor. Carbonhill News ia very scarce and wo will have 16 cut our items short. Mr. and Mrs. Vinco Green and son Herbert find Mrs. 'Wilson Green and daughtor Lotha spent last Thursday in Struitsvillo. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Tom, Mr. find Mrs. Oscar Tom, and Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Green attended the funeral of Mrs. Tignor at Smiths Chapdl last Tuesday. Miss Tisha Parks ia doing culinary work for Mr. D. M. Soli- day in Logan. Mrs. Ghas. Green sr. and son Elgar returned homo last Sunday aftpf a two weeks visit at Logan, Mr. E. C. Wharton had business in Logan last Thuisday. Mr. Ilobort Hunt moved from this place to Logan ono. day last week. Mr. Higgins, from Nolsonvillo, was hero last Saturday doing some plastering for Mr. Oicir Tom. Mr...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 May 1907

"WMr.- & fr-. ?,'- - "p-nyy, jpvr "? . , ' D isnuoms. B?iVBSlHir c . w . 'HE rAK'yJsm " .XnxV do w SLA? W Wf.i&". ti i ' l ft j'if ,trJJi Hummocks at Bort's. ' Domestic Club , Mr. Chase is hostess for the Domestic Club this afternoon. Musical Cards are out for a reception and musical to be given 31ny 27, by Mrs. .1. I). Sanderson and her sisters, the Misses Hoehenter. Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. John V. White and Mr. and Mrs. Hert Stedeni formed a dinner party at the home of Mr. II. E. Hose, Sunday. Pecksniffs Cold weather has no etl'ect on this Club and they had another of their "pleasant little family gatherings" at the- home of Mrs. 0. ,W". II. Wright Monday night at her cozy home on Main street Mrs Geo. Eisele and Mrs. Ralph Hirschof Columbus were guests. The Junias The .lunia Cliib will hold a sess ion at the Hotel Ambrose, this evening. The paper for the even ing will be read by Mrs. C. N. Bowen and Miss. Grace Finney bearing upon the .Jamestown Ex position and the settl...

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. — 30 May 1907

- y DEMOeRA T'SENTIM rrt tisB&F" THIS 'oniO M1M00RAT. 20tl Tear Mb 22 TUB IIOOKIMQ onNrlNKTi COlh Yoar Hi 40 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. TI10 Only Demooratlo Pftpcr In tbo Ooifaty Uitcnlntina J000 Uno Hollar Tit Year m arm m-a (CrJL4 V ' f0jBmfr 'ty'iwwtv fat $' ' &&fffiL lamffcs5E3ggtiB!-iWi inn nn 1 jp -'fflwku i'iiiii iwnf K. S BOY and man. Col. Bryant had been a soldier. As a boy his ambition had been a cadet- shin at West Point, and the army as a life career. Blessed with wealthy parents, thoro seemed nothing In the way to tho accomplishment of his Ideal when tho opportune time ar lived. At 15 ho began a course of istudy that would lit him to pass the leijulrcd examination and admit him to tho United States milltaiy acad emy. At 18 tho opportunity came. There was a vacancy at tho ncadomy to be filled by appointment trom his congressional district, and he cnteied eagerly into tho competition for tho coveted place, fooling confident of winning...

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. — 30 May 1907

X. fit I. Nw y f r. f l"b I ar, WtittitittiMttWttfWto flMM.WWWWWWMMf Editorial Observations. I GOVERNORS OF OHIO J? A Guest of die White House. The Uepiibliom nomtnfog for prcHidcnt niul vlco president lnuc lien decided upon by President Roosevelt us 'I aft und Hughes, it is interesting to know thnt Hose Cox of Ohio has hy acting with the piesident been tihlo to bring about tills happy family nrrnngoment by bucking his fellow townsman for the nomination, It's u cold duy when "Coxoy old boy" gets left in a political deal and ho is now in a fair way to take the place of "my dear Harriman" as a welcome guest at the White House. Politics cer tainly do make strange bedfellows. Plain, Blunt Talk. If our renders have not read Senator Foraker's reply to Chairman Brown (Republican) which ap peared last week in the dailies, we reproduce it for your looking over. Sometimes the good in a man comes out when he is hunted 'down by a hunch of wolves and he 'fights back in language and thought that ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 May 1907

jf--r-z i -i j.fc.i ...n inJNSu4 f jwWaw.lnW!iillMJftlIHIC)JlilMllWWgWW an wiumiMmw-ii tivnan BaHIBHl'JWPIiWWaaBWaBBBMaW'aWaWaWW'BliaaHB ae II v L v- A" J' V MORE CON TRACTS LET FOR SHOPS. One Building; Will Cost $76,000.00. At the offices of ttie Hocking t Valley railroad in Columbus "Wednesdjiy tho oontrnot -for the main freight ropuir shop of tho company tit the now shops bore was awarded to tho Mt, Vornon Bridge company of Columbus, James Westwntor, president. The building will bo of structur al steel; with a ground plan 600 by 102 feet, und will cost $75,000. It will be covered with corrugnted iron and will contain one 10-ton and two 5 ton clcctiio traveling cranes, tho contracts for which have been awarded to the Case Manufacturing company of Co .luinbus. All of tho muchinory In tho shops will bo driven by indi vidual motors. It will contain six tracts of 12 cars each capacity, and will bo one of tho mosc modern freight car repair shoj.8 in the j- v country There are to be six...

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. — 30 May 1907

i wmwmmiwt IIIIIW liHaHpwppwjinnmLliiyL I h' n DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FOIIIilNltKI) RVKItV mt'lllllAY MUllNtKO, Ike Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INClilll'IIIIATFII) I'ltllUHIlKlta V'tUOtl, t I OWIIV, l'HUHtllE.VT Iti O. Ha.NSKIi, HPCKKTAUV 3, II. DoI.I.ISII.N, tiDITOK OlIAS. II. ttKOK ASU. Kilt lull A MANAflKK OFFICK!In Dollliuii IJIopI:, South Poor Entered ns Hcoond Class Matter October I, 1I1M, nt the foil ulTlce lit l.utflili, Oil In, under Act of CuiiKle'iol Molt il, lhTW. Thursday, May 30, 1907 Announcements. Wears authorised toitnnuuiico llic nniuo of.T. IS. DOM.IMUiN a n euudldututor Mn- yorof tiORnn, for i necond tonn, subject to tlic will of the Democratic primary. AHSKHHOKs. We lire uuthorlired to nuiioiiiic-e the tinini of .10IIX II. W'ACINT.U, for asnuswr. of Hnrlou Towmhlp, for u second term, suli Jeot to tho will of the Doinoci'ittlc party. TOWNSHIP TRl'HTKK. We ore authorised tonmiouucu the niimu of Adam I'ollng ntarnmllilntc for Trustco of FnllsT...

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