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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 September 1907

1) ft- "y Patronize Yqur Home flusic Store "Wliy Bend your money out of town for SIIEKT MUSIO AND MUSIC HOOKS wlion you can get them at your hoino storo and save time, pontage, money orders and registered letters. Any piece not In stock wo can deliver In two to four days af ter the order has been received by us. When you have decided to buy a PIANO Oil ORGAN, why not give your resident dealer a chance and see what you can do at home before closing a deal with an outside agent? "We handle a lino of PIANOS which Is universally recognbxd as leaders in the musical world. All we ask Is an opportunity to show our goods. You are Invited to stop, look and listen to our music and musical instruments. Hocking valleY Railway Co. BULLETIN West and South-West LOW- ONE WAY RATES SEPT. AND OCT. LOW ROUND TRIP Rates twice per month Sept. and Oct. Nov. and Dec. Jamestown Exposition Rates until Nov. 30th. For full information call on or addess. C. W.SCHWENKE, Agt ii4o LOOKING FOR YOU Lots of people a...

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. — 12 September 1907

Srm-swMiA 'If I lujjdl'WijtfiH.VrtmllUli ' mSKmrnArMyk I rtul.JiLMa Jr' Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logun Merchants, Septombor 10th, 1007. Apples 50c to $1.00 Butter 18c New Potatoes 80c Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens .' . 12c Broilers 12Ac - "Eggs 18c Old Wheat ....90c New Wheat S5c Corn 70c New oats 50c No.l Timothy.hay 10.00 Mixed hay. . .. 9.00 New hay 8.00 New straw 5.00 Hogs 0c Dressed hogs 74c Steers 3 to 4c Heifers 3c to 34 Cows 3c Bulls 2 V to 3c Calves 4 to 5c Lambs 0c Eggs and Egg Farming. Earn a reputation. "First quality" means fancy price. The yolk of the egg spoils much quicker than the white. "Doubtful" eggs should be kept at home. The egg-beating habit is practi cally prevented b the use of trap nests. Practically, the hon is a ma chine for making eggs from raw material, An authority says if the egg is placed on the side or large end, the heavy yolk will settle to tho bottom and come in contact with the shell, which admits the air. If it is placed on the small end,...

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. — 12 September 1907

' linns'1 " v " wrw s?i""W?T -f -iwff ii T f. L ' fg,a$ff'l$yffl9$Frm v?wr3'Www?;i'r- t I iv, 1U I Iv IJ s;v III It F1 BOj sSSSS. -M,',f Yrv Happy Ridge Throshing wheat seems to be the order of the day in this vicin ity. Mr. Lew Kolnter, of West Side, was ou tills ridge Sunday evening sporting a two horse rubber tire. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Febus, of Bothelville, spent one day last week week with their son, Harry, of this placo. Mr. Carl Whitoraft, the hust ling stock buyer of Glbisonvillo, was Been on this ridge recently. Mr. Elmer Hufflnes called on his lady friend,- Miss Isla Kline, of Pleasant Hill, Sunday evening. Mrs. Poarly Huffman and Miss Mazie Lama spent a few days last week with B. 1, Edwards and family, of Buck Run. Mrs. Sarah R. Poling called on Mrs. S. C. Lama one day this week. Mr. Rodney Calvart and family, of Kansas, are visiting friends at this pfaco. Mr. Frank Wilson, of West Side, called on Miss Lucy Quillen, Sun - day evening. George Vorhees says ho has the b?st ho...

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. — 12 September 1907

nii1itil"iirn'ifniitiimft)riii imWITHiftfinl'liiliiatfcUlilui MitiiliMMWHMHH j aiiBton&mmitm iW I LOCAL NEWS. Mies Anna Eberat wns n visitor to Shawnoc, SunUny. Kritchlleld'a, Mg Unole Tom' Cabin, to-night, near depot. Prof. Martin, df Snit Lake City, loft for liia home yesterday. Mr. Clias. Drosher, of Nelson villa, woe in Logon Monday. Mr. Charloy Webb, of Toledo, is the guest of his parents this week. Mr. and Mrs. J nines Price, of Orient, Sundoycd with Jus. Mount. County Recordor John Cohagan is laid up at his home with sick ness. Mr. Houston Meldriui, of Soiner net was a visitor in Logan last week. Mr. Frank Delay and daughter, Louise, of Jackson, Sundaycd in Logan. Miss Emma Leurone spent last week with relatives and friends in Lancaster. Miss Almeda Grovo and Virgin ia Welty have returned from their Eastern trip. Mr. William Devore of South Bloomingsville was in Logan today on business. Quite a number of our citizens attended the State fair at Colum bus, last week, Miss M...

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. — 19 September 1907

t 1 i IE" -jc-j- 1 THE DEMOeRAT'SBNTINEL, ME OHIO DEMOCRAT, 2flUYerNo 38 THE UOOKIHO SENTINEL 07th Tsar Mo 0 LOQAN, HOCKING CdUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SGPTISJYIBRR 19, 1907. The Only DemocratloFaptr tn the County; Circulation 3000 One Dollar ter Year 'vyr&ane njprj fflEwiteit -' (I'll l'. ALMOST FREE SILVER Logan Trims Lancaster at a 13 to 1 Ratio. GOATS NOT GOOD SPORT Manager Shorr Had a Good Line-Up. For the second time in two weeks Logan and Lancaster crossed bats. The first game being played on the Goats grounds, a week ago Sunday in which Logan won after a hard fight in the ninth inning by the score of three to one. The visitors, therefore, cnme to Logan with a good line up and ex pected to return home victorious. They had doped it out that Logan would not be as strong as they were in the previous game, but .right here is where "Foxy" Nick fooled them, as he had signed Bevans, catcher; Adams, first baseman; Bennett, third and West left field, ull from Nelsonyille. These import...

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. — 19 September 1907

mhifmim?fff mmv9mmmmvm I i & !' 9 f r. u m W mW0itiiUVitWiAiMmimtami .utmmiw III 1IMIIIIJUMWMIMtolllMWlSltfMMSW'"'t-'''IJ""'''llll'"''l' 1 Editorial Observations. I Hi $ No Tariff Revision Soon. It id clear that there will bo no tariff rovlsion per mitted bv the Republican leaden tit tho coming ses sion of congress and thtit nothing will bo dono in rtbls lino until after tlio next Presidential election. Meanwhile the people of the country will have to continue to pay outrageously high priceB for many articles of necessity, simply because American man ufacturers are permitted tojohargo what they please. Tho voters who want a square deal should inako up their minds to nest year elect n President and Con gress pledged to revise tho fariff aud to cut down to proper figures the unduly High duties imposed by the Dingley law. Enforcing Law, President Roosevelt suys the people must givo up the habit of passing laws, and then forgot to carry them out; "the man who is lor the law but agai...

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. — 19 September 1907

wi-? Jtt&15ir WjrtH'i,w WV- If " WtyW'V"!fW'"!tW,1Ww 0 1 1 N ii , V tf 11 J KJ r pii i ? 'Ml ft 1 1 I li'll M ' M jmtmmmrmmmtimm Dr.Miles' Anti-Pain Pills PFOR I LNeuralgia. Sciatica, Rheumatism. Backache. Pain in chest. Distress m "STOMACH. Sleeplessness vr"fw Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Have your eyes examined and tested by a'skilled Optician. Dr, West of the France Medical Instituto Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses are required he will fit you 50 per cent lowor than any othor Arm. We grind leneeB to suit each person. If You Are Suffering Why equl It Will Pay, You miHvm vrtw biio Chief Examining- and Consulting Physician of the France Medical Institute. POSSIBLE time, and you are at no charges If he falls to heal fails to cure. Gf HTC7T1 1TfV1 to CITTTTm Hvo liaVU JELVUJkV OmnX. and I would rather effect a euro of a difficult a btg turn of money. I believe In "CURING TO The 'FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE C0.,-IV' Columbus, 0. JSMf...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 September 1907

uhpuulauuui ); K DEVIOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rnnusuED itvBiiT 'nittiiRnAT moiinimo. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. lINCOItPIII(ArKtl) I'UlrMHIlRlW Vinculo l.ownv, l'urmiiPNT H.a.ItASRKL, Hhl'llMl'Atir Jl B. DoLMgOS, KtltTDK OUAB. It. llKCK ASMI. KlltTOU.t MANAIiFH OFFI0F,:-In Dullliuu lllock, Houtli Door Entered hs Heootiil Olms Mnttcr Octtilior 1, HOD, nt the foil Milieu lit I-TOiin, Ohio, under Act olCotii(rin of Men !), Xiv. Thursday, Sept. 19, 1907. Democratic Municipal Ticket. For Mayor D. V. Tiiurness. For Marshal Augustus Shively. Fer deck Charles Smith. For Troasuror Rudolph Brown. For Councilman Geonrge G. Gaga, John Cnnty, Fred Strncke, Thomas Bennett, Nicholas Eberst, Harry Rose. For Water Works Trustee For Members School Board J. P. Miller, Henry Kesler. For -Assessors First Ward, Homy , Ucker; Second Ward, Dan Connors; Third' Ward, Dennis Noonan; Fourth Ward, Andy Inboden. NEWS OF OTHER OWNS Sam's Creek Mr. and Mr9. Charles Poling and daughter, Gertie,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 September 1907

SE mummummm nt&tmsdilwAitiMBm SHU V I The Greatest Lot Sale s s it i 1 I I I ,i.) I M I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 3 -t if 1 Ever Held in Hocking: County. Over 500 Lots Will be Put on the Market at Prices and Terms NEVER BEFORE OFFERED IN THE HOCKING VALLEY ! vf"'M,,'y,y,'i"iri rt-i'Ti rvsi-JTrirm-grg S ALLOTMENT JUST OUTSIDE EAST C R PORATION LIN I SALE BEGINS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1907, AT 9 a, n. LOTS GIVEN AWAY 15s !.&' u'lmi1 jtaLfrtngTr' -i'- LOGAN'S FUTURE Logan is surely destined to be tho Queen City of the Valley. To properly mnn the railroad shops now building and the factoiies we now have will require a population of 10,000, and we now have only 5,500. Within the last two or three years the Logan Brick Mfg. Co., the Logan Clay Product Co. and the Snider Mfg. Co. have practically doubled their plants. The two Clay Plants "named have during the past year been unable to secure half enqugh men to run their plants properly; the scarcity of houses has made it impossible to get desira...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 September 1907

r I ft. 1 iT M T I V n -I - ( i;l T F? fi fr qM Jbwwi attdCuuaJu mMm MkJtarin nVnVrfrrin'Mni iir. 'Iff CAjWw 1 iM,1 rct3rstr 'til) i a Az:laiiiSiefiJrT5555 Market Reports. Prices Puld by liugun Merchants, September 17th, 1907. Apples 60c to $1.00 Butter 23c Potatoes 80c Hens . 8c Dressed Chickens . 12-Jc Spring ' 10c Eggs 23c Old Wheat 90c New Wheat 85c Corn 70c Now oats 50c No.l Tlmothyhay 11.00 Mixed hay 10.00 New straw 5.00 Hogs ' 6c Dressed hogs 7tc Steers 34 to 4-c Heifers 3c to 8.V Cows . . " " 3c Bulls 24 to 3c Calves 4 to 5c Lambs (Jc Seven Acre Farms. to inuke his profit pay. Many of the large furmsjof large farmers of a generation ago have been divided up nuung members of the fmnlly and are worked upon a sort of co operative plan, especially in the use of machinery. Under a co operative system of farming the small holding will be more pare ticable and more desirable and will be certain to answer the specifications of the old song. A little farm wall tilled, Olvc moiaivo me...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 September 1907

p SSPS pw pwwpi -T wwrwyv" imr ir',-f.'ip ..,,,-jt., -"iW.j , n . v R7 vsiT' wmtcrlfvigTW ""TV!? mi4iniMmH,iHsWgih.MHMilm 32 jlWgBMmLUJlMmWIBWWBW MlltfftlblWljflllTVF'lVfVlPlfWHftTT E53 . r ) n R-. T J D . J. II V It w z yA.ssBBBBBBBBBisw-- -tv- v nr fl vPW9t2Sc' Blackjack Hunting squirrel scorns 'to bo the order of the day in this section. Miss Delia Keck returned home after a weeks visit with relatives at South Perry. Mr, Daniel Keck and son made a business trip to Logan, Monday. Fred Barbie visited his brother, Jomes Harble, at-Nelsonville, Sun day. Mr. Charles Kreaohbaum, who has been working in Logan, has come home to stay for awhile. Rev. Baker praacbed. his fare well sermon at the Rock,' Sunday night. , . Oca Culp was seen passing through our streets Monday. F. M. Morse, who has been on the sick list, is some better at this writing. West Hocking The Sunday-school picnic held Thursday near the Betheny Church, was a successful affair. The audience were addressed by Rev. Baker o...

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. — 19 September 1907

-! f i, it HHIWllJrMmlWl I 111 mil) niMBUMTHHi.l'"U)w' f, k ft . I y MAYOR OFSUNBURY Says Pe-rit-ua Is a Good Medicine. lion. 0. 0. ItrookA) Mnyor of Sunlnir y, Ohio, also Attorney for KarmorS' Jluiik and Bunbury Building and Lonn Co., wrllosl "I havo tho utmost confltloneo in the vlrtuoof Perunn, 1 1 is n KrentmcdlcMuo. 1 have used It and 1 liavo known many of my friends who have obtained liouu- flclul results from IU -o. I cannot praise PeruiM too highly." THERE aro a boat of potty ailments which aro the direct result of tho weather. This is moro truo of tho excessive heat of summer and tho intense cold of win ter, but is partly truo of all Boasons of tho year. Whothorit bo a cold or n cough, ca tarrh of tho head or bowol complaint, whether the liver bo affected or tho kid neys, tho eauso is vory liable to be tha same. Tho woathcr Blightly deranges tho mucous membranes of the organs and the ro3iill is somo functional disease. Perumt has become a standby In tnousand3 of homes for m...

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. — 26 September 1907

WW v,,f-ii- rt ): THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEJL 1HB OHIO DEMOCRAT. 8ltthYrWo 89 THE HOOKIHCJ SENTINEL 07thYr Ho 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. Tht Only Btmeoratlc Paper In the Oonnty Olronhtlon 3000 On, Dollar PtrTeat RAILROAD NEWS ITEM f' '"-aa '- ' - -- --- - - - , , -. . - - - ... ., . , , . i. . n.,1 V w 'N t i. if iliri fl& tiSM.t.. ' " iK' P v ssr jp, K'Ua'-iJL sr -r - -A & V if I i - x r I ? i r- 'j .' - - . V & IS Win. Poling tins boon appointed conduotor out of Lngan. Rivor division busmoBS liaH boon dropping off nftor n gront rush. Mr. Newt Kitchen ia a new brakeman on tlio River diviofon. Several trains of rmil have been shipped from Logan to d'olurahns lately, Ties and rails have been unload ed for the new receiving ynrdB, near Logan '"Y." Engine No. 6, whloh has been "shopped" for some time, has been returned to Logan. Walter Bloasor, who has been "wig-wagging" for some weeks, has been assigned to "head shack. Passenger engine No. 81 ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

sr f vr tptywiBwyf 'Pi "M mummi hi mm, juimuJtau WjMfiwgfw imwM n iimwiiiiWHiiwMwiH iuii ii 1 1 f imtEu1 umu' ww mmnmM!!KJKJMymw?KxmmmM iiiiM'i'w''Mwi''lTa,JVCTffH.iw i . ijii ijawMmsywMWfi'gmafc BUliqflW!Uvyj'iyw'wwP;pi.wwt.f!ifPyPfTww!iifBwf ai.-yjgggOSaWWgWW f I I' E h '' r Resolutions. Hall of Mtago T.odgfl No. 171 F, k A, M., Logan, U, Aug. 25, 1007. WnHHGAs, It Iin9 been t lie Grand Mnstcr nf the tiniverso to remove from this temporal world below to the Grand Lndgo above, our l$ro thr Sllns Wliartliniuii nnd Whereas, We ni all loynl Ma sons do bow with submission to Him that doeth nil things well; Tliorefore be It, Resolved, That In the death of brother Wharthmnn theo omiuunity has lost a good citizen, the lodgo ono of its most zealous members nnd the family a kind,aiTectionate father and husband Rkkolted, That wo most sincerely nnd affectionately sympathizo with hlB family and friends, who are deeply boreaved at the Iosb wo all sustained, and tendor them our condolonco in the...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

T E b It ks 1BV M JD MARIN 'S Two Days Work Dis poses of Many Cases. "a be Commdn Plena Court o'l Hooking county presented a busy eoeno Snturday nnd also on Tucb day. The former day being tak en Up with the hearing of motions and assignment of cases and other small matterB that required im mediate attention, while tho lat ter day was spent in nrraigning prisoners and deciding motions And demurrers. The disposition of oases and the progress made in them on Satur day is as follows: CaBeNo.8075. P. H. Sweeney against Belle C. Hyson for money was dismissed and judgement en tered against each party for their own coBts. Case No. 3768. C. W. Dowler against Elmer Hamilton on appeal. Leave was granted to plaintiiF to file an amended petition within five days, Case No. 8552 Ellis 0. Dennis against Lizzie Dennis which was for hearing on motion was assigned for trial on October 4. Case No. 3891. Mary Brooks against Abraham Bingham for money. Assigned for trial on October 5. Case No. 8895. P. M....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

ipiHWfjPfpp)PqgTpiij;iulii, ,mm .m HP-f 'WP"i " nufi .," wji .ni i u,,i,ii.i..m r -) ' 41 in 'ii H.11 ipiiMminwiinp ) fc t iiUjyiiMaiiiiJiA FALL CLOTHING wbii iiaum 11 ri mill mmw uMBrmnnirwwrffwCMW Itf Copyright 1907 by Hart Schafrhcr fa" Marx We are prepared to show you our New Fall Line of SUITS AND OVERCOATS and ask you to call at the store and look them over. In suits we arc showing a complete line of new Browns so popular this season, also all the new Fancy Fabrics in Light Grays and Tans, made up in the new models. The coats have cuffs on the sleeves and the vests are made with three large buttons and flaps on the pockets. Just the thing for the young fellow that wants his clothes "JUST A LITTLE BIT DIF FERENT." Our Stock of Overcoats is complete. We are showing all the new fabrics, made up in any style that you may want. The models this season are the long straight coats, the form fitting coat and the knee length coat with a full box back. Call at this store and let us shoy ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

"TPP :fKmF!"Jk!V'' (" ' - BjOWytr?fi. "S V i k& f. Commissioners Report To the Hon, George E, Martin, Judge of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Hocking Oounty,Ohio. The following is a detailed statement of our Financial Transactions, for the year ending August 31, 1907,3s re quired by section 917 R. S. APPRAISING PROPERTY. AN. COUNTY BOARD EQUALIZA- TION. Jumna I.. Martin, nervine 18 days member board ......? 54.00 Appraising Railroads. James L. Martin, appraising the H. V. and C. & S., year 190G', adj. meeting for H. V. 24.00 Snmo; approving II. V. and C. & S., year 1007 1C.00 NEW BRIDGES AND CULVERTS. Tlio Alt. Vernon Bridge Co., one steel bridge near Hel pers 524.40 Same, extra Adoring used 10. CO Relchelderfer BroB.. steel bridge concrete floor, Lau- rolvllle 488.00 Same, bridge near H. S. Brown's, Starr township .. 180.00 Same, bridge near Stone burner's, Marion township. 1G2.00 Same, bridge near Urlau Linton, Washington twp .. 193.00 Sanie, bridge near W. Johnson's, G...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

rat &rn r '-?iB-'-wi m iiwwf h.ih wmR!? i miiwmLumu Sb8NWNW I I 1 1 I i t & A f I jjjgfi tt , t I -i lf" i: fc V vc' 1 f i I I TfkM war gwyw '"'ll-wlwMfltfJ. ' ' ji" 'BtiyiW 11" "" - iu A' . .m PWirti'TWiUlWiiMPHIWilfl H A BLESSING. '-'. T HE OPENING of Dickon's Allotment comes as a blessing to Logan. Within the last year more than one-hundred true American workmen and their fam ilies were refused admittance into Logan simply because it was impossible so buy a lot or home at prices workmen can afford to pay, or even rent a house. This has caused the factories to run short handed, making them suffer a serious loss. To supply this shortage of help and fully man the railroad shops and yards when completed, will require over 1,000 mon, none of whom are now here, and with all living accomodations taxed to the limit already. Double Logan's Population. THIS MEANS that the .population of Logan must bo increased 5,000 within the next two years to accomodate this army of workmen. Just...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

L.J. MyBAJMMi.ffrii iTTjlMMPrJngWM-w.i'iui'1- -aBku. $ssi DIG A.LjL LOGAN AND K E N OTMENT fj i Court House. 2 City Hall 3 Fire Engine House 4 Wortkington Park 5 Public Library 6 Post Office 7 Electric Light Plant 8 City Water Works 9 County Jail 10 Hotel Ambrose 1 i Rempel House 12 Warner House 13 Central Hotel 14 Depot Hotel 15 National Bank of Logan 16 Rempel Bank 17 The Logan Brick Mfg Co 18 The Logan Pottery Co 19 Logan Clay Product Co 20 Logan Furniture Mfg Co 21 Logan Foundry 22 The Snider Mfg Co 23 Kessler Furniture Mfg 24 The Logan Garment Co 25 Hocking Valley Rug Co 26 Keynes Bros Milling Co 27 Hocking Mfg Co 28 Cold Storage Co 29 Democrat-Sentinel 30 Hocking Republican 31 Journal-Gazette 32 Crystal Ice Go 33 Catholic Church 34 Presbytirian Church 35 Episcopal Church 36 Methoxst-GhuwK 37 United Brethem 38 Luthren 39 Luthren Reform 40 Opera House- xx KP8 u ' n JULlrN . T - " v ffffff " kfJDHffl rzto oziJn nnnn nnnnnna m Wfcfy -e. QCZ C-nCDQpqjn DDOCteJODa uujLi mmSrttflil S...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

'1 -) P II COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. (Continued from Page H) Ottn A. Shnw, tlnmngp to Blioeii by (logs fiS.TR Oeorgo Conkol, witness .... 1.00 Isnnc VniiciiiTpu, wltnpsn .. 1.00 F. 13. McClollnml, damage to Hbecp by dogs 100.00 3. .1. Wolf, Witness 5)0 XV. .1. Weaver, witness ..... .00 t R McClollnml, (Inttingp to sheep by ilogu fi.OB W. .T. Weaver, witness .C0 Jncoli Cavlnop, witness .00 A. D, Schanl, damage to aheen by dogn COO Aaron Poling, witness .00 George II. McClelland, Wit ness .00 Brazilian EVPlnnd, damage to sheep by dogs 7.00 F. M. Rose, witness .70 I A, Keck, wltntWH 00 O. W. Turner, damage to sheep by dogs 11.00 D. M. Woodgeard, witness.. ,70 George Davis, witness .70 George W. Turner, damage to sheep by dogs -. 2.00 J, .1 Johnson, witness .GO 1 ill Woodgeard, witness .. .50 .Inuioa N. Arledge, damage to sheep by dogs 24 . GO llarley Stewart, witness .... .70 W. A. Droknw, witness .... .70 ,1. M Loonils, damage to siIihhii by dogs 18.00 W W Shaw, witness .60 Jacob Backus,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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