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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 August 1907

tm'&mymmWMmwWMmii IK ffife DEMOeRATSBNTINBJU LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1907. The Only Democratic Taper In the Ooonty Circulation 3000 One DollarTMTear THE OHIO UDMOORAT. 20th Tear No 3D THE HOOKING 8ENTIHEL 07th Year Ho 0 r i WHITE SOX VICTORIOUS Logan Never Had a Chance to .Win. ROSS PENNYBAKER Held New Straitsville to 2 Hits Sunday. In a game, in which Logan nover attained the load, the White Sox, one of the strongest amateur teams of Columbus, dofoatod them by the score of 0 to 0. Tho closeness of the score is no indication of tho game, as Logan nover had a chance to win, mostly on account of the poor catching of one colored gentleman, named Johnson, who was supposed to be a star, but in reality was a frost. Outside of the catching, Logan played a fair game and would have won with eaBe with "Cap" Canty doing the backstop work. The Sox after getting on first were sure to reach third, as by the time Mr. Johnson waB in position to throw, the run ners were...

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. — 29 August 1907

smw0" wwyt'Wuywn i$8?""r'rw mn rtymwiwiQIp&qn WSfK8p, uujlJiiim'i'Jl.''-.-1 i' i H v DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUnLIBHRD KVBKT TIIUIISDAY MOnxtNO, The Logan relating nnd Publishing Co. (INCoHI'iiltATKIi) I'UHUhIIKUS v'IRHH. 0. LoWlir I'llKHttlKNT H.O. HA!)ht BKOllKTAHY J. H. I)OI,l,18()V, . . . Editoh OlIAR. II. ilKOK ASSO. KI)IT0KMA.VA(JKH OFVIUKt In DolllYon Hlock, Smith Boor Enterodns Buuuud ClnM Matter Uoloborl. ltoW, til tho Post olllcu Ht iiOrfati. Olilo, under Act of CoiiKrtjisbt Men !l, 1S7V, Thursday, August 29, 1907 Democratic Municipal Ticket. For Mayor D. V. ThurneBs. For Marshal Augustus Shively. For Clerk Charles Smith. For Treasurer Rudolph Brown. For Councilman George G. Gage, John Canty, Fred Stracke, Thomas Bennett, Nicholas Eberst, Harry Hose. For Water "Works Trustee W. A. Henderson, Henry Lutz. For Members School Board J. P. Miller, Henry Kesaler. For Assessors First Ward, Henry Ucker; Second Ward, Dan Connors; Third Ward, Dennis Noonan; Fourth W...

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. — 29 August 1907

J s O If I 1 I b ; ,(BK Dr.Mii.es Anti-Pain Pills FOR .Neuralgia, Sciatica, Rheumatism. Backache, Pain inchest. Distress in stomach. Sleeplessness Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. in. to 6 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Huvo your oyoH oxnminod and tested by a skilled Optician. Dr, WeBt of the Franco Medical Inatituto Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FItEE. If glasses are required lie will fit you 60 per cent lower than any other firm. Wo grind louses to suit each person. If You Are Suffering from Any-Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Freo an Exporloncod, Educated Specialist, who Is thoroughly ' & equipped with tho necessary appliances known to modern medical science? It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist Chlff Examining and Consulting Physician of the Prance Medical Institute. Dr. Wclst will do more for you and Insure perfect success and In the SHORTEST POSSIBLE time, and you arc at no charges If lie falls to heal falls to cure. Not a PENNY Is lost to you If you ...

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. — 29 August 1907

j mlf tHerfrM.? wJtf J t i S2 ro , m :f ! '( 4 ! : DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. I'UtttitSIIKM KVKUV TIIU11SDAY MOUNING. The Loe;an Printing and Publishing Co (INCOltl'OltATKl)) PUIUjISHEHS. VlItQIIi C. Low 11 Y. 31. G. IlAN'tinti, J. It. TlOLLISON, CnAs. II. 1U:ok Asso, PltKSIUr.NT SKOtlETAllY Eurrou ElHTOK AND MAXAdKll OFFICE: In DoMmjii Block. South Door. Entered at the Postolllce In Logan, Ohio, as Second Class Mail Matter. Thursday, August 29, 1907. Imprisonment Needed. President Roosevelt has served another unmistak able and moat timely notice upon the men who direct tniBts and railroads in unlawful ways, and often for their personal profit and advancement. In advocat ing imprisonment rather than fines to punish these persistent violators of the law, the President has struck a justly popular keynote. The people are do lighted with his avowed determination not to let up in his present course. The public in the end always has to pay the fines assessed against penalized ...

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. — 29 August 1907

w-twrwiii.ilu.ii iiiiiiiiiiiii mn.ii'i'niH'JtQ""';ii''.i'.UHWjCif:.imi 5E33 v' V immmtHHTtiTinmnTnimnimiHmHTmtninmtinmm? THE NOVELT LOGAN, OHIO Don't Miss Our S Enameled Sale Watch Our Bargains in the Windows. r STJ' V llt.llUi.Li ED. L. KLhINSCHMIDT, Prop. p OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LOGAN, O. 3 iiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiUiiatiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiii NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Rockbridge Mrs. Webb Deeds was the guest of Sugar Grove rolativos, Sunday. Miss Mildred Wharton spent last week with friends at Athens. Mrs. Sarah Thatcher and Miss Eva Troxel were the Sunday guests of Boyd Troxel and family. Frank Stoughton was a Logan ehopper, Saturday. Jurs. Alice Wharton gave a par ty for her Sunday school class last Thursday. Mrs. Kate Elongor, of Logan, spent Friday with her mother, Mss. Dan Gobs. Mr. Clyde McCormick, of Galli polie, was a business visitor to our city last week. Mrs. Alice Wharton was a Lo gan shopper Saturday. Cyrus Ricketts and family, of Sugar Grove, were the Sunday gues...

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. — 29 August 1907

jtMlU-WU3liijrniliITiiIIWr V BfaxascyftfirAitgoAltrirfJtftimKi i j IK H 3 I ' IK , la sfea38?Lr- Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Merchants, August i7th, 1007. Apples 50c to .f 1.00 Butter 18c New Potatoes 80c ChickenB 8c Dressed Chickens 124c Broilers 12.jc Eggs 17c Old Wheat . 00c New Wheat 80c Corn 05c New oats 35c New Timothy hay 17.00 Mixed hay 9.00 New hay 8.00 New straw 5.00 Hogs 0c Dressed hogs 7-Jc Steers to ila Heifers 8c to 8.V Co wa 3c Bulls 2Uo8c Calves 4 to 5c Lambs 0c PREVENTION OF DISEASE A Few Simple Rules to be Observed in Care and Feeding. In the case of fowls the preven tion of disease is important not on ly from the fact that contagion may spread rapidly to the other fowls if one of them contracts such a dieease, but also from the fact that in any disease, either contagious or non-contagious, it is hard to effect a cure, and often when thought cured there may be a return of the same trouble at a later period. On the other hand, with the proper care and a lit...

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. — 29 August 1907

HJHWtWl piflPfPWS'WWv i immj'mimmmvrFn''J " W "flS' fw "fV7 v mnivmm nnmnnimiim.wmiWCTwtw, mi n imwi .unywn fvf?? ffW :t K i ft it iSTrtjCwt r i ... - -' II Carbonhill We will tnke our pencil In hand, And Inynur tablet on the slnnd, And will write n few Items, And U we're wrong, we'll try to right thorn, Mr, Alsimas Gaskill, of Mc Arthur, was hero )a3t week doing some monument work for Mr. D. R. Evanfl. Mr. and Mrs. James Francis wore in Nelsonvillo last Thursday. Mies Mattio Blossor was in Mouday and Longstroth last Thursday on businoss. Mr. Geo. Trimmer, of Coalgute, member of Board of Education, was hero on business last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan of Nelsonville, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomos Parry, Sr., of this place. Miss Belle Green, of Athens, Bpent last Sunday at tno home of her sister, MrsHarry Wilkinson, of this place. Mr. E. C. Wharton, of this place is planning to move his family to Nelsonville in the near future. They are among Hock ing's best people a...

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. — 29 August 1907

rt! i r J6 i!ff. :fi' x 4i ' rll s i i Melohe on Job nt Payne's. Green Township will vote on Looal Option on Saturday next. At tho D iV 10 cent. Store, Bchool supplies at low prices. The Bonson for hunting squirrels opons Septemlier 1st. Mr. G. W, Cupp, of L'ttreell, was a viotor to Loguu, Monday. Mr. ciiri8.NTlirof Chicago, Ib the guest of his folks here this week. Miss Grace Downey, of Colum bus, visited relatives in Logan last week. Mr. George Congrove, of Adel phi, was a visitor to Logan last Friday. Mr. Noah Hartsough, of South Blooniiugville, was in Logan lust Friday. Miss Mary McBride is in Cleve land this week, buying winter millinery. Mies Nellie Courter, of Colum bus is the guest of relatives in Lo gan this week. Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of New Straitsville, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Chas. Heft. Miss Mary Nibling, of Colum bus, is the guest of Miss Clara Dcker thia week. Mr. Jake Winefordner, of Kaeh elmacher, was a visitor to Logan to-day. Miss Margaret Murtha ib spend ing the we...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 September 1907

wsj v"cr DEMOeRA T'SENTINEL. i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 20th Tear No 30 THIS HOOKIHQ QENriNllI. tmbTeur No 7 ' i .t ii . i LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907. The'Only Demooratla Paper in tb County CltcnUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Telir flfiPWJWWWPW'WWBPyyTg' s W ? prr,3?v,W THf I ft 1 k 1 j ti I -u- attempt TO WRECK PA SENGER TRAIN Mr. George Bright, our old time fishing companion, reports tc us that ho was coming Up the railroad track Sunday evening from looking it his lines, when near Goose croek eliivort he discovered two brake shoes carafullv fastened to each rail of, the Hooking Valley track. The north bound passenger train vrafl due, and ho labored swiftly to lpee the obstruction and save the train harmless. It is no doubt btit that his fortunate discovery of the dastardly attempt prevented a diWstrious wreck. He reported hie find to the company, and they I, ijre uding vigilance tp find the cul- M P""' If Wellston Tennis Meet. To Kev. Herald, pastor of the Freii...

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. — 5 September 1907

a I Editorial Observations. a a a (MKOftW'MMWwwwwflM l'LULUJfTg ,J J I J LlilU Who Will Pay the Frejght? There is n singular unanimity of opinion in every Republican leader from a So.uthom state that visits "Washington. They aro all for Roosevelt, or whoevor lie selects. As about all the Republican leaders in the South are fodurul officials, whether of tlio whlto or bluck-nnd-tan variety, they evidently feel insep arably Bound up with the administration and have BWpru fealty to the particular Republican baron who lords it over them, and he, of course, whether it is Tuft, or Cortelyou, or other Department Chiefs, aro faithful retainers of their liege lord, the president. TIiub can purty feudalism be perpetuated. It would seem that the Republican National convention is be ing packed in advance for "me and my policies." Whether Knox or Fairbanks can arrange with the negroes who hold no office to come with contesting delegations is another matter, but as Knox will have the Steel Trust b...

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. — 5 September 1907

-t Bwm-tuijfrjBsmiiqwt?' f -ivw ttt I'Mfif. esurr- ' m nwyppup,iitii')t. -If'l" ' J -X J I ! IMHft1lltllllli0fcUiH Dr.Miles Anti-Pain Pills Tfcl FOR .Neuralgia. Sciatica. Rheumatism. Backache. Pain inchest. Distress in stomach. Sleeplessness LEGAL NOTICE. Scnled bldt will he recolveil by the Coun cil of tho VlllnKu of r-oKUn, Htnto of Ohio, nttlio olllco of the Olerfc of said Village, Until 12 o'clock uoon, September 28, 1907, for furnishing the necossary labor nnd material for improving ifio Zanesville road from Hunter street uortli-cast to cor poration line by grading, guttoiliw nnd macadamizing with llnjo atone, according to plans and specifications on file In snld offlco. Koch bid must contnln llio full namo of every parson or company Interested In the same, nnd bo accompanied by a bond In the sum of $1000 to the Satisfaction of the council, or n certified check on some solvent bank, as a guarnnty that If the bid Is nc ceptea.a contrnct will be entered Into and lis performance p...

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. — 5 September 1907

If f t ft- f fr 0viSMttmwtm4ui&tilHiitfmtmtfm DEMOCRAT-SENTlNE L AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. TD111.19IIEI) jeVRHY TIIUHSDAY M0I13IHCJ. The I,ogan Printing and Publishing Co. (INColtrnliATKti) ' i'UttTilBIIMUS Vnicm.O. I.uwnv, PitmtiiKST 1I.U. Ha.nski,, . Hkcuktaht J. II. Dut.MHON, ' KlltTOK UllAS, It. 1IROK Alio, Kimolt&MAXAIiKH OFFIUKl-ln Dolllson Illook, HuuthDoor Entprodns Hocuinl Glass Mutter Octoborl, 1H0II, nt the I'oat olllilti lit Logim, Ohio, unilor Act of CcmKioss of Mcli :l, 1S7K. Thursday, Sept. 5, 1907. Democratic Municipal Ticket. For Mayor D. V. Tiiurnoss. For Marshal Augustus Shivoly. For Clerk Charles Smith. For Treasurer Rudolph Brown. For Councilman George G. Gage, John Canty, Fred Stracke, Thomas Bennett, Nicholas Kberst, Harry Rose. For Water "Works Trustee W. A. Henderson, Henry For Members School Board- Lutz. -j.'r. Miller, Henry Kesaler. For Assessors First Ward, Henry Ucker; Second Ward, Uan Connors; Third Ward, Dennis Noonan; Fourth Ward, Andy Inboden, Falls...

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. — 5 September 1907

25SHE35 '-i-i-BJgygg-ii.iMAjiAnEij.y i'-im-ja imtuMM'T mm v 'nunv mi ap Hint iiiti MK3CJM3iPJB-aMPpEr ffl ', 'Tffi 8yjtt i t. 1 . f IV M t iff ( y --'" A I' Hi i i I Miilldti f, i;nill Tk Tolcrfo Eye Specialists Will , Bo Back lo LOGAN, O., Saturday, September 28ili, Oito Day Only, nt DR. U. C McMANMAL'S OFFICE. The Human Eye is a Delicate Organ and Understood by Few. Many a good Eye lias been ruined by Improper glasses. Thinking people don'fc risk their sight and health In the hands of incompetents. Many so-called Opticians use simple test for determining as nearly as they can what glasses the eyes can wear and call them selves opticians. Ours is strictly a profession. We use scientific tests that will find the cause of the trouble, and glasses are prescribed that will stilke at the evil and over come the cause. Have your eyes properly fitted by tta & Examination Free. Calico Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rodman are visiting in Paulding county this week. Mr. Albert Harsh had the mis...

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. — 5 September 1907

I 9E32 wytgattpyggw I It v) . 3" :$wwfflttHIMttWMM I HfffAIIN W I f f A PR I ILffIM91lltlflli MlliHiiMilMlllilli MMIiMllllKHli iiiR ri- '2 OHIO' w MI Ai lUffifiSTUWl LA POSITION, SEPTEMBE K lllfl. 907. ft ft ft ft rtu- ayHHH-T-yVVVYVVVvvvvyyYvvvvvvyvyyyyvrv'ni : the 1 Ohio's Big Day at Jamestown Exposition j HISTORIC NEIGHBOR OF OLD VIRGINIA TO CELEBRATE AT TERCENTENNIAL SEPT. 11. -,U- I - L- L- fMfltWW? $, Sewing Machine $ $ HENRY LUTZ J t t A very necessary piece of furniture in a Home. You can hardly get along without olio. Receptions, Military Reviews and Parades, Addresses by Governors of Ohio and Virginia and Other Features Re markable Historical Exhibit of Buckeye State, In cluding Interesting Remains of the Mound Builders Display of the Schools. j x UlE special committee consisting of Colonel Jolm 1'. Given, CUvo C. Untidy mid Stuart II. Bolln, appointed by tho Ohio Torccn tounliil commission, 1ms arranged the following programme for Ohio day, Bept. 11, nt tilt? .Tiunestowu ...

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. — 5 September 1907

wi r x ' -k JBPjWWl!gBHWMMMWlWBIWlWMBlMWWBW i P 5 k I wr h ISf l i' MjwTjnMtTyr Rockbridge (DEPEItnED) ' Mra. Mede Bailey and Mrs. Bon Beougher, of Columbus, were vis itors at Daniel Boouglier's last , Wednesday. Mrs, Phobe Carpenter, of near Enterprise), and Mrs. Abbie Engle, of Sugar Grove, wore the guests of Daniel Beougher and family last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Manwel Beougher and little daughter of Sugar Grove, spent last Sunday with Daniel Beougher and family. Saltcreek Valley (deferred) As we have never seen any items from this place I will endeavor to write a few. We have been having some good rains the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Reid have just returned from a pleasant visit, with their daughtar of Canal Winchester. Several from this place attend ed preaching at Pleasan Ridge Saturday evening and Sunday. 1.T Wnk Cfnntm rf T nimnlni'lln ! w" MOU KPHUUO, Ul UOUlCltlllB, was seen in this valley last even ing. Mr. Ambrose Reid and daugh ter Bessie, attended colored camp mee...

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. — 5 September 1907

f 5 flij(V4.yi r f 3t-jtrm rvw "5 tp-tp - f-i -v-y. uei JwKsS'vT1l'TfBr " t "" -j'? JOeWICWJRl-f 'PP ? "ypHRWSt? i$iggwv'&x73t tfvw tb-bs I! I ir I' M 1 i IyOn. wtwMWjiiK- (II IMP Social Clrclo Thia jolly conipntiy of ladies were entertained by Mrs. Bruce Dolliaon, last Friday afternoon, complimenting her house guest, Mlea Beryl Feltman, of Vinton, Ohio. A very instructive and en tertaining contest of "Suggested Authors," was enjoyed, and prizes taken by Mrs. James Rochester, Mrp. Dr. Ellison, Mrs. Walter Rochester and Miss Feltman. A two-course luncheon was served, consisting of veal loaf, deviled eggs, olives, cheese, bread and butter saudwitches, pickles, ice cream, cake and coil'ec. This club will meet with Mrs. James Rochester, Wednesday, September 11th, and have a good, old-fashioned picnic, to be enjoy ed by themselves and husbande. , Baynum-Baird On Saturday at noon, Marshal George Baynum and Miss Fannie Baird, of Murray City, were mar ried at the home of the bride. In H...

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. — 12 September 1907

"mw r, ' Mramrix DEMOQRA T-SENTINBL. -v nK$ THE oniO-DDMOOIUT. 20tli Yr No 37 THE HOOKINQ SENTINEIi 07th Year No 8 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. Th Only DemociAtlo Paper In the Oonnty Oltontatlon 3000 One Dollar Fr Year W1WTV9immilrf- p,i"r & ' '.$jm i-t- W i ;n ' r r h- lr Ml ER TERM OF THE COMMON Looks Like a Long String of Business to Grind Out in the Wheels of Justice. WWI BM1 M-Ll-1 !! 1 I - IIIM NINETEEN DIVORCE CASES DOCKETED Civil Docket Involves Some Heavy Damage Suits of Considerable Importance. The following cases are on the Common PleaB Court docket be ing printed at this olllce, for the September term of court that commences next Monday, Septem ber 16. Mary L. Dean against George T. Highley and others, partion. Thos. B. Wolfe against Ieaah Defenbaugh and others, to quiet title. Mahala Hunsacker against Carl Mobler and others, partition. The Logan National Fuel Co, against the St. Mary's Drilling Co., injunction. P. H. Sweeny against Bell...

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. — 12 September 1907

"jyT i$ M stru; "-i"-" it TT - -jw"'' 'raHf :: S'HlF'JWpesv" P?F ty9r -i"T TrIH gfitjppyn'' jw HariSW"- -"ssjtafc "WKFTS&C wijutwifwyv " li IT, i M tf f ?iniiinwiai iTur.ii. iiiiininiiiwrixi HimtWj nn .'HKI yUyvvvvivvvvAvvve 3 (MMMWMVMMMW Editorial Observations. 6s r Good Logic. The Democratic lender of the House of Represen tative?, Hon. John Sharp Williams, urges Democrats everywhere to "Emphasize the tilings that they ure ugreed upon, and forget the things they do not agree upnn." This is sound logic. If two disputants can not ugree upon the premises, they are also most like ly to agree upon the conclusion. Now we can all agree upon the axioms and definitions of free society which we call the principles of Jefferson, if wo are really Democrats. But we shall look in vain for the principle of federal ownership of interstate highways among the principles of Jeiforson. So also we Should find in thoso principles no warrant for governing a people without their consent, or taxing on...

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. — 12 September 1907

Wip9Pi5w5fww5is Xfrp wnl'v 1r,'J'Jjnj5JVi((BB' - T "VJ?" TTK-I"' i? Ill JiMMfiUG&MnvHiMi SEE yiumaiMaMl '1 tfWMMltoftrtMtWflMVM iHfliNiiiiiiyAuiuUii itiUliM i" I i)it&Umiti I Dr.Miles Anti-Pain Pills FOR Headache Tfe FOR LNeuralgia. Sciatica. Rheumatism, Backache, Pain in chest. Distress in stomach. Sleeplessness A. SlMk( ,.J 'it rssfjMiM v if .tfiruuj ii w i csss t wi--" vi a I w' Xtfr r i,, v ';fmietuu I ' - -o&$ I rLS i ! flWTS ViYS W llfrrf. . V f illi T a, x ii ii 1 1 1 1' bmi tuu. y n, ov 111 WWHrWfflW I IS 1 9 I A- 1 1 HI 'i H W X K H H B M M W fW J M, - V" WTJ I fffflliiPWi'ri"W ,,,C II 1 f F "; s oJ xz-- w ) , . ipr r i w X JL. Clr Rsi VBl f, Take ONE of the Little Tablets and the Pain is Gone. Jii you have Headache Try One mzPWfo wtmtzffiw 1 Tku RaIiava' Pain 1 TT' . . MUicKiy, leaving n bad Atter-ettect w;;m mrri 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk $' i &S3BHZ sscc Logan, Ohio, Monday, Sept. 30, 1907. Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT...

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. — 12 September 1907

DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL ' eomo distance very frequently, I When 1 reached John Collison's I nble disturbance among tho little ones. Nancy, the bright little'eix Tbc Logan Printing and I'ablishitig Co. (INl'IlllVrtltATKli) l'tritMBHKltS viinnttiO. LuwHY. I'iirhihrmt H.O. llAMHVT,, . . HKOHKTAHr J. B. Doi.u'sof, kiilTott CITA9, II, UKl'K AHSO. KlltTOH.l.M.VNAI)HU OFFIOKl-Iu DullMon Block, Bautll i)oor Entered ni Hecond Oliu Matter1 October 1, MOO, lit the I'ou ullico at l.og(ili, Ohio, under Act of CottgrtusofMch a, J17M, Thursday, Sept. 15, 1907. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.! was cotiBldrably tuckered out, nnd year old daughter of. Mr. Andor- nuioli grntliled in finding tho son's, as nopn as sire saw me, ran PvnLMtHD nvR.tr TirvMDAr KORxtmi. venerable .Inlw engaged in to tho barnyard whore her mother "gathering' butter, having Just was milking and sidt "Oh, mother. Do you think that is a good man. Ho has a gun, a re volver ii nd a thing to hit you over tho head if you- don't be good." Tho little on...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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