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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 June 1907

TSBff HH (I 'HUH ii'jnj'fiufi ywy1" y i ymn)ryv jr DEMOeRA T'SENTINEjL mmmmi 1 till HV is? V 1 1HE OHIO DHMOOBAT. 20th Year Mo S5 THP. HOOKING BmtriHr.Ii 00th Year Ho 18 THERE ISXREAPER WHOSE NAME IS DEATH, " -J r jjia Ana With JHs Sickle Keen, He Reaps the Bearded Grain at a Breath, and the FLOWERS THAT Stealing Upon Us, as a Thief in the Night, Comes . the Icy Hand of Death. . JUDGE WILLIAM T. AOKER On Friday evening of lust week occured the death of Judge Acker, in the 80th year of hia age. He had been on the decline for some months, more from old ago than any specific ailment, and death came to his relief. He had been an active and prominent citizen of Logan for many yeare and held the best political positions in the gift of the people in this county. Death was peaceful and painless, and there passed out another one of Logan's prominent citizens and old land marks. Hon. William Trimmer Acker, eon of Henry and Maria (Trim mer) Acker,, was born July 21, 1827, near Black Creek Corn...

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. — 20 June 1907

rwSSP whbui up raw i !--. ipuipwnewryiretw'iwmLPi8jKjifmujmw mmf iMjjiMnuuaiLiL.'guuiMuui&. Miui viPcr!FMiih w "i i"FjMwrMTiwvj!f'f.tj',attye3!s3ggittiPtvB.at? yJ GOVERNORS OF OHIO $ I Editorial Observations, -THE- "ST 9ra"W" rvFf yi;ps MHHW'WpwwwWiT ' qSwwilWWWWS?gTg'' IviuwUTTA -3 3WvrfwWWWWWWMWMW Judgement for 59 Cents. Ovr two jearo Bgn, h man in New Jersey sued an other for 60 cents. His claim arose in thia way: He was a wholesale grocer, and sent a box of ata oh to the retailer. The bill amounted to f 12 02. The reciiier deducted from this amount, discount for cash and freight allowance, and sent hie check for .$11. ,48. The wholesalar returned the check and de manded the amount of the bill. The retailer said the deductions were customary and he refused to pay, except the amount for which he sent his check Forthwith the wholesaler entered suit, and only last week the case closed, with a judgment of 5S cents for the wholesaler. In the meantime, hundreds of dollars ware spen...

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. — 20 June 1907

"mt? iiffi&m$r'i'm0w&mwwie&:?i' "tv" r--- -?? V"" " -KH.V" i At It. :: v i v uwviMwawo w jtwf DEAVORERS To Meet in Columbus June 25-28. The taluit secured by President Kini now includes Dr. W. J. Daw ' son, the famous English e'ynngo list; Dr. Washington Gladden, of Columbus; Mlse Nannie Leo Fray ser, Louisville, Ky. ; in all proba bility Dr. Francis E. Clark; Dr. James Patterson, o Columbus; Governor Harris, Columbus; Dr, A J. Brown, president of Wil mington College; Dr, Isaac Alcuz er, the converted .Tow. Other strong Bpoakora are expected. For the musio we nro to have Charles F. Allen, of the famoiiB "Winona Conference Chorus. Oth ers have the invitation under con sideration. The program will be fine in talent. Addresses by missionaries will be the order each day from 11:10 to 11:45. The object is to get a clean vision of present day mis sionary principles and conditions. "The Challenge of the City," the new home mission study text book, was written by Dr. Josiah Stro...

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. — 20 June 1907

li in.m.f. 'V i. I- tr B er ymMJTwijKCli&Si uJlt.wijijjai'Mj.4.iiijLiiiiii)TiTiilruJiAiCgntiuujui.gcJtr tim ltoi(fii ii't iKAmuim niaSUn ktmmumiiiMM&annaxeirfmn- m I xtftaBtthaii jajMiiwjjCM&tfMaytttyaaaa!mar.Ji 0EA1OCRAT-SENTIN EL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PCPLI9UKI) ETKRT TltlTHSDAT MUKHINO. Ths Logan Printi. and Publishing Co. (INlMKfi.KATFIl) l iu.i.-uiuis VHtOltiC. I ntrKT, - I'KFSIIIFHT tl.O. il.lASFI. SFimrAKT J. B. Dol.f.lauN, . , KlllTOH OlIAI. H. HFCK .1l. KtllTOHASfASAOKH OFFICE: in Dcillitim Hlck, South Door Enlfiedm Seeonil I'Uis Alntter October I, IMrt, nt the I'uil office nt Logan, Ohio, imlerAcr utii,iiiej3ul .Men 8, ism Thursday, June liOt 1907 Announcements. Ve lira Authorized toaimouiice the nnme of J. B. OOM.IHU its n candidate tor Ma .yorof Loihii, f.-.r h aeconct teim, subject to toe will ot the Demociattc primary. village tiikaSUUEH rvtliiu, welded together by thelurt, Wcnrennlborlred to Announce tin? tlr.it of epoJlB nd the hope of gain lere lb- v nrt n...

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. — 20 June 1907

f C ibfriU.. m IM. rl , v iJOi Jtpm&Katewkft . . 1 '1. ; s Wj3!?afnrrroeJVnu.i.ijjCTaiLtLii) w i.uam wjiiujk mbonil and logan. A Close One Played Last Sunday Logan and Oat b jn hill met on the local giour.di fut the third tilne this season und Logan de fetited them by the score of V to 5. Eacji team had previously won u game and this was the ."rubber," and both were confident of u vic tory. Manager Hoiti, of the visit ors, aent in his ornck twlrler, Brannigan, who held our sluggere to six hits on Decoration Day, to do the pitching while Smith did the receiving. Pennybaker and Canty atartpd the battery work fot Logan, but Canty had to re tire in the fourth inning on ac count of having his finger nail split by a pitched ball, he showed great nerve by catching one in ning with hie split finger and would have never ret. red except coaxed to do so; Fields' the gener al utility man, finished the game behind the bat and did fair work. .Brannigan did uot do so well in this ga'tue as the...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 June 1907

rv jr" ! I i 1 mjmMttttS2-'V3MX3iiMiMmnL.t,ijix4'wjviimiiimw'' TOJ iCU-s- A r-s. ttl jctw MiiP IMlWflVJf Mai-ket Repoits. Pricea Paid by Logan Meichnnte, June 17th, 1907. Apples f9 00 Potatnea 7fio Butter Mo Ege Mo Chickens . 8u Dressed . 12-J Broiler 12$o Whoftt 87c O in 00o Onte ' SOi! Timothy 17.00 Straw 7.00 Mixed II. 10.00 Hoge Bijn DieeEed . 7u Steele -ljo Cows 8o Heifers . In Bulla 8Jo Calves 6o Lhtiihs . (He GENERAL VAHKIITS OinuiniiiUi Whtnt, Corn, file; Oats, -Hie; Rye, S9c; 7c; Hogs, fie; Steers, n.Jp; Sheep, &c LhuiIih, 7c. NW. York Wheat, 80c; Corn, lilt-; Outs, ROV. ChiOMiro Wlwat, 00.'; Corn, 52c; Oats, I lc; Steers, 5c; down, 4o: Heiferc, 4e; Sheep, flu; Lambs, 7-Jf; Calves, 54c; Hogs, 0c. Breeding Swine. IliilnoU Experiment atntlonj To many swine breeders the question of crosj breeding is an all important one. Tt is thought that bj resorting tu this pi notice success is to follow. Too much stress Is sometimes laid upon some simple practice which is supposed to c...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 June 1907

1 wgglNW' f-?- - ': ' ni;nL.i,ii'-i nn ii-iji ii'uw:if.i jiniiui m.ijiminuinHnn-uin-ULmJ-JummiyiJ-Jnuuil uuijmtKUKi;CT !c A r'i I. ! Br III JHVVVJi'4k&4 vu If ' I J If McCunevIUe Well, as the weather ie Bome what settled and things havo be gun to grow n little, the farmers are not looking quite so sad. Surely this has boen a dlscourg ing spring for them, but there has always been a seed-time and a harvest, and we hope this year will be no exception. Mrs. Alice McCune who has been quite sick for some time past, is better at this writing, Misses Florence and Emma Heft of Crawford county, are visiting A. P. Heft and friends. Mr. R. B. Canon and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Farmer, Sunday. The ice cream social at Flag dale, was well attended by the' young people of this vicinity last Saturday night. All report a good time. Flagdale has a good band, and we belleve'that Logan would make no mistake by engaging them for the 4th. The school board of Marion township met la...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 June 1907

Pf?1 - . KindmjMfcty. - -- 'ypHt4v,,,y"WJJ!',J,HT,H9J;JWJl,,"', nypf s " 'i 9 -J. St mtimm'rm if, Vk Vs -42 Rock House The following were viei.tors at the Rock House on last. .Sunday: Messrs. Fred Ambrose, Frunk Wright und aiiss Lillie Wright, Mrs. Jessie Wiight and her friend Miss aicCauley, of Detroit. Childrens' Home On Friday evening last, Rev. Buckland and Mr. Rob't. Burden drove out to the Childrens' Home, and after a short address to the children and visitors, a very inter esting entertainment vas Riven hy lime-light views. A set of comical scenes drew from the youngsters hearty peals of laughter. Roads-Fursell On Wednesday of next week, ' June 26th, will occur, at the home of the bride in Logan, the nrurri ' age of Mr. C. H. Roade of Uills boro to aiiss Helen Pursell. The wedding will be aquiet home af fair with the immediate families present. Mr. Roads is a pro minent citizen of his city, cashier in the Hillsboro bank. He is taking as his bride one of Logan's most charming ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

MMMMMBBMBWMMIIBIIIWIMBIMBMMWPMMIMWWMMIWW1I1IBWIWHIIIII1WPIWWW1II11P A V e THE DEMOBR7LTSENTINEL i SJSJ31T iS5 THIJ OHIO MIMOOKAT. HOtliYearNo fO TUnHOURINtgiBNTINWi OCthYear Ho 49 LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. .IUNR 27, 1907. Th Only Dcmooralle Fapjr In tlio C'onnty Circulation 3000 One Hollar Pec Year b t-r t h LOCAL NEWS. See lintel. Ontley ut the Central Mr. Ed Collins Sundayed In Co lumbus. Mr, Hubert Lappen spent last Sunday iti LanoaHter. Don't go hungry, nee Oatley at Central Hotel. For u good Flamiuoclc or u Cro quet Set, see Bort & Co. Mrs. Thomas Shotwell ie visit ing in Athens'thie week. S Bom to Mr. and Miv. Chailee Stevens, Monday, a boy. Master Moxy Martin, is visit iug in Elk Fork this week. Mr. Cruin Walker wa.s in Lan caster, Friday, of last week Constable Tom Workman, of Jobs, was in Logan Tuesday. Mr. Will McDonald spent last Sunday evening in Luncnster. Mr. Pearl Milligan spent Sun day and Monday in Gircleville. Mr, Will Verse Smith Iiuh re turned fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

f HW,f(-'-'- ft 5 3 Jiy -pwnntf ywrfTy"" wi$Y" -v j --? TWvr.r -i-3 $. m-- i "V rWSS' itfiw'-'iiiWip. ijip MUHMRMfM eiijmwi inw!Miwwawirii.iKWiwiimwjB'w GOVERNORS OF OHIO $ 1 Editorial Observations. I .oTSjiw wru Tin-- TOLEDO EYE SPECIAL 5(WWWWflWfVf Oi - MuNETTA GOULD. & . MJ- ., i, 'I. M i . 1 1. . i i i i i ii i ii i ii if' ii ii n T i i im i r i -f fi j .,..;.,.,.,...;.;, 1..,1...i.ir..,r. iV,,:ujkgs fcm am Mir Jan1; r J mnnHfciii Winn m iwr " JV ISIS e Tlio Poailly Firo Works. As tlie birth autilvemiiy of mir tuition approaches, the etore windows niu filling with displays of Valium kinds of iireworki), and t lie adveitisin? columns of the newepapere are setting forth the glnriee poseiblo to the well supplied with such materials. Hut it Will be quickly followed by items of more or less length; telling of the damages to life, limb and prop erty which inevitably results fr m the Fourth of July futi. As t lie small boy and the careless man aie gathering in the "store "things," ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

T? ----p'''T?i -" :i vywr$. xt y - j$7'itFtffi'Vr ' wjmww?nWMM lnMPr mfmmfmjrmntfitm njr lV B. r ;j j.i nnwwjiupwifwnwii Al II NL) TO Is tho Lemon Handed Out to the Presldont. St.. LtMiU, June 17. "I -hope President Roosevelt won't decide before next CliriBtmuH to ubolioli Suntu C uiib ne tlie creation of it imtjcui fakir, meant to deceive children, " eald Miea Vhoebo V. Couzins, formerly United States marelml in St. Louis, in un inter view liere to-day. "A. lot of tilings tnuRht to chil dren have always been fukes," said MieB Couzins, "and I don't know that any of us are the worse for it now. Whatever may be the merits of the president's contro- versy with the writers on nninuil life, their'stories are fully us pro fitable for ohildren as the goody goody books F used to read when a child. Thb president lias also .gone too far in eonduini.iiig mar ried people whose families do not come up to his stundord and in applying such u term us criminal to wives who do not desiie so many chil...

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. — 27 June 1907

?mt$ -ar-""--- --' -t S?-1S!??W'' " - l)ijjMMHlllWMaJttMlJMtfWWIM WMs&mMnwjiMmaFmsBBErgsmmmmmmmKKmmmxmumaujmmKm aaagMMBK.fw ww w ii MtmfHHimf!!H1!nmfU!Hmfn!l1WtHIf!!fnil!nt!H!lWnH!IH1tl!mi!!!Hmi!!1 r? i - VR-FOURTH OFPS A LE ON K-FOUK i i'-1 If 1 STARTS JUNE 39th, AND LASTS FIFTEEN DAYS. 11 SEE SHALL BILLS Wiwk ii iiiMtttiuf t iummammimmmiiMmMimmiiwimi A cJLi At ROS h j r J? 4 DEMOCUA r-5L.NTINEL A"wiFlC L Y N li WS 1 ' A P ER . ri'HUSHH) KVFHT TtlUKStlAY MOUSING. The Logan Printing ami Publishing Co. (INCuKPuKAIKDl PUBLISHERS VtKQII. (,'. I.OWHT, I'KKSJDBNT H.G. HANSKI., - SLCUKrAHY J. B. DoM.tsorr, - rjwroK OUAS. H. BhCK A-)SO. EWTOHiCMAAUDK OFKIOEi Iuliolllson Blocl:, South Door Etiiered na Second Class Matter October 1, 1W, at the Post olflee ut l.ogan, Ohio, under Act of Congiessof Men :l, 197n. Thursday, June 27, 1007 Announcements. MAYOR We tire mirhorlzed tounnounce the name of T. B. DOLT.lsuft ua n candidate tor Ma yor cf I.oitun, for 11 second term, subject to the 'Mil...

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. — 27 June 1907

--PJJ5Hrw'',f,r &$$ ftYF -ts-j5r -Fwrjipw- $- -jgupt t-lli'tfMWM iiiiwMi nww MiiAp4i'a i f m wjeaamMta OF OTHERS CHILDREN w When Sickness Comes to tho Jjittlo Ones H Is the Mother Who Chiefly Suffers. V. r ir ' OTHER TOWNS Cedar Grove The surprise dinner given on on the HiJrd. itiet , at the home of hits, Minnie Allen, ol Cedat Grove, In honor of lev and Mis A. R. Rend, was one of the leading social eveuta in the community la fact it was a succession of eiir prises. The dinner served under the grttpe atbor was all that an epicure could wish or an appetile desire, Aftei all hud partaken of the "good cheer" the ladies, not to be outdone by their noble lords, who had some months before enown their regard for their pastor by a donation of a fine "Montana" lap robe, presented their tokens of esteem to Airs. Read in the form of an elegant quilt and other useful presents, the former being the workmunship of the ladies In the immediate vicinity of St. John. The dominie, in turn, surpris...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

i-V (iWIPw' tMrjcS--" J tt ft AVMmNMNrN ': ' ' i I JlraVM7 M7 - T .. M Market Repdits. Prices Paid by Logan Merchants, June 21th, 1907. Apples i'J 00 Potatoes 7fic Butter lie Eggs Mo Chickens So Dressed 12A Broilers 15c Wheat S7c IV rn 0t Oats f0i! Timothy' 17.00 Straw 8.00 Mixed n..l(i.00 Hogs Hffo Dressed. . 7c Steers lJfc Cows !!:o Heifers- la Htills :5.c Calves.. 5-.Ju Lamhs OAc a i: .skua i, makickts Cincinnati Wheat, 88c; Corn, 00c; Outs, loo; Rye, 73c; Hogs, (1c; Steers, He; Sheep, -Uc; Lambs, Oc. New Vorlc Wheat, Sfle; Corn, 54c; Oats, f0e. Oliicago Wheat, 02c; Com, 53c; Oats, 45c; Steers, 5 .Jo; Cows, 4c; Heifers, 4c; Sheep, 5c: Lambs, 6Jc; Calves, 5. 4c; Hogs, 0c. Poultry Queen. Maxville, la. Ueiug the poultry queen of Iowa is profitable occupa tion. Mrs. D. C. Johnson, who owns and operates a 270 acre furni near here, is accorded that title, and she has lauds and money in bank to prove it. Fourteen years ago the Johnson family moved on to the place. They had money enough ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

ypfipif 'iwfPPf! VW ftG&&K&tQf9BJGbG&&tBBtn luiiH y iranniM vniimumwmi m I ft- w w III Hlr'm Haydenville Weather very wntm at preeetit. No other exoiteinent.. ISIiss Clara Wumgley, wlio htia been visiting, here hus returned home. Miae Blanohe Allen, of Lancas ter, attended ohildrena services here Sunday evening. The Mitres Zona and Emma King, of the.Oanton Hospital, are ut liome for a few weeks. Mr. J. A. Lelumin was u busi ness caller at this place one day laet week. . Mies Nellie Stiers has returned from Boston where she has been in school. Mies Freda McSherry attended Ohildrena Da' bervicee at Mt. Zion. Sunday. Mr. Jno. Bond and family at tended the funeral of hie sister at Gore, Sunday. Mr. Rob't. Wolf is on his way to Washington where lie will sup erintend a gold mine. The Village School Board hired as teachers for the coming winter, Mr. Tatmaii, of Vinton Co., Prin., and the Misses Etlie Wolf and Freda McSherry. The M.esdumes J. II. MeSherry, W. S. MoFaddei...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 June 1907

'-"..-JHM1 !- wnrnmwW-'11 W" M ,&. & H. Ill I r . JC-l r- ti r f I i I : i K If TO BSS1 ??? Jitifry? - v Ml ,K -firv sfs XV. i" idr,vi h,:a ti ill I W-3 I fife, i Rontls--PursGll Ah was announced in these onl- iniiH iml week :ii anticipation, e wedding of Air. Conrad Roads of Ilillsboro, to Miss Helen Pur- whole "shontlir match," and knew Surprino Party. And it enmo tn pass that on Sunday lnil, June 'Jit, there ar rived the IHUli anniversary of the hirtli of Comrade Wash Dolllson, hut he moved along fn Ills usual peaceful walk in life, and had not particularly noticed the arrival, lie and his good wife were invited down to their daughter's, Mrs, Frank lCittsiuillcr and upon step liluir into the parlor, saw the Bachelor IVlnlcIs Mies Clarn Qiiinn entertained the Bachelor Maids Cl'ib laet Thursday evening. Till-Heiny Fort Wuyiie Nev; Amid beautiful surroundinge, enhanced by the presence of fair flowers and fair niaide, and rend ered more impreesive by an as semblage of over tw...

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. — 4 July 1907

'"Hft-ffi' tfRlfc'Wf" -wwrr ap&prv Ttrrv ?rip$& " 'z " .-vnwiwy r y f 7"VF,ff" HOCKING COUNTY FAIR, AUOU 9th AND 10th, 1907 0 DEMOeR NTINEL Tttli 0111(1 DIlMntlKAT. Sfttli Yt? j? LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, .JULY 4, 1907. The Only Democratic Paper In the County Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per Tear THB HOOKINfJ BENTINnti 00th Year Ho DO 5T 8th, THP jgjf tgnmrf Wvvpnf i) Mil ii MW9HK .- ilfl K JKBflP H lwW vai Sy .aer B h V PI; " fc ilk. H;. f'f-a & if Ml St 0 ,. try-. - iff " 4 AU ' jy ill . m ; ply Lir OVOVOVOHtOrO00000000 5 HU.- V-i .. MrW. j ne nag mat Made the Song. 8 5 U O Story of the Orltfinnl "Star O Spanrflcd Banner." 6 00000 JttACJOOAO000CI HS. UEOlirjIANA HUNTBH grniidduughtor of the Colonel George Arnilstoiid 'who com mnnded Tort Mellenry wIipii tlio British bombarded It during the war of 1H12 and -liuit Frauds Scott Hey wiotu "Tho Star Spangled Han nur," recently tukl a New York Sun re porter, what alio knew about tho history of thu original liny. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 July 1907

WHWWJpW ''"vyf ? yM,-rTrljvn,"'vT(7iy. f jpjw vv)T" j. Y"vr" -( ' ffr-t fMQWW " ' """l''r'''gfr?'' lwpsspw-3 El I I. ininpijii niiiniji ii wwi'im I Editorial Observations. I (wwfwwwvtywww Whei'o Is John D? Wlieie once ityuin 1st John I). Rockefeller? Is lie hiding in tile storm cellar of I'oc'intloo hills? Is lie on shipboard Hying beyond his country's three mile jiiiisdictlou'r' Hits lie lied to Florida, or west or not th or further east? Anyone rinding the lost HUtiduid Oil uiugnnte will plume notify the United States circuit court. For the ciicuit court wnhts Mr. Rockefeller to testi fy in u Chiciyo suit mid can't toll whero to Hud him. Lust full, when he was wanted in little Findlity, 0., lie temporarily disappeared. The Standard Oil company announced to-day that it was not acting for Mr Hockcfellor in this suit, al though it had accepted the subpo'iiues for all the other otlieers named in the circuit eouit warrants. Searchers first thought the magnate might lie found at his hom...

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. — 4 July 1907

T-"'w,'in"t iJT5-T'gy';iti,,,'"'!L- in"jiajpijiiw.i.ii'8ijii" "t'lyvm rt'T" r'Tw'riipijeFjjis'ujaw-s'" iT-n-viBK "Tr""'1" " ' ' : MMmvnMnaiwtw yejj;tfKijaiiiifBgft)Ji-iii!-BW'wagiL'iiww?iiwwwM i I Kja t ' i 1 k H 1 y l Di i in i REAL ESTATE DEALS. Harry Olmsted Gets Good Price for His Home. By a deal which was oloaed Sat urday afternoon, the beautiful and complete realdonoe property of Harry Olmsted, 1U5 East Broad street, passed into the hands of (I. 0. Qodmati, the sale prlpe being .$70,000, the largest individual sale price for any residence in the history of Columbus real estate. In the same deal the reeidence and property of S. Casparls, in Arling ton, passed into the hands of Mr. Olmsted, the consideration being .$87,000. The consummation of this huge real estate deal occupied just three days. Both of the resi dences are veritable palaces and are located upon tiacts admirably laid out with beautiful lawns and pretty landscape effects. Ti'e real estate firm of Zinn & Bobbin...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 July 1907

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