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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

.' nEj, DEMOeRA BNTINEL. (SSSiiSpmolfeEtp THE OHIO DRMOORAT. 20th Year No 42 MB HOOKING BBNTINBt, 67th Your No 13 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1907. Tho Only Democratlo Paper In the County Circulation 3000 One Dollar Vtt Year '&&&&&&&&&&&&&& "Dollar for Dollar The Peoples' Store of Course" pel ssar BS ft 1 I it m rj I . I 1 rt I T T T"fc V Ik T a 1 IJ m TOk B 1 ii IK I I ll GED 1 u -EL .St JLJLfl Doors ' The crowds came from every direction, Sugar Grove, Rockbridge,New Strailsville, Haydenville, Union Furance, and all nearby towns; and it is clearly demonstrated that our carnival of bargains has taken with the public. This week we are going to make greater discount than ever. Most of our Fall and Winter goods were .contracted for nearly a year ago, before the big advances, and we are giving our patrons the advantage of our favorable buying. Plenty of accommodating clerks to wait on you. New Fall and Winter...

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. — 17 October 1907

gfwjr ,wt-,JI1' - '' t-T r it'' 8 RATES OF TAXATION FOR THE YEAR 1907. In pursuance of law, I, J. V. (labrcll, Treasurer of 'llockiiur. County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the number of mills levied on each dollar of property listed for taxation within said folIOWH! FOR STATU PUUI'OStiS: Sinking fund .10 m.; University fund .1215 Total State Low Ulfi m. I'OR COUNTY 1'UUI'OSUS: County fund .1.00 in.; Countv Uoad fund Hrldirc fund. Younirs Ford 1.00 m.: Iluildltiir fund .505 111.: K octloif fund Impioved road, Itond and Interest fund IUIUl .()) m. TOTAL COUNTY LI2VY 11.(155 FOR LOCAL PURPOSES SUU TOWNHHll'M. aoiioOtniinTiUGTrt, OOUl'O RATION'S llnnloii KnllH Green ,.,i .. Hood Hope I.mirtd Minion l'orry , Mutt Greek Htnrr t.... Wind WlllllltlUtOM Logim Village I.iiurulvllli! Vitiligo MuriuvUltv Vllhnto 1 :il.i l :iio 1 ;iir i :sir. 1 :u: l.tllfj 1.315 l I5 l. i J 1.3 r. 1.310 1.3 1.31.1 1.315 1,815 I !H'i IliiXlonvlllo Special District (Green) uoro special jjiitrict. . . . nitilsoiiv...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

- ROUTE SEVEN FROM LOGAN Logan, Ohio, Odt. 10, 1007. KlHTOIl DliMOOUAT'SUNTlNIU, ! I boo in your lnflt Week's isslio n lottor from Fourth Asslstont Post ninstor Gohoral, 1 V. Do C4rnv, ondonvorihg to justify llio dopnrt mont in tho uiiango of Uoijto No. 7, from Logan to Wobb Summit No. 1. If yotl will allow mo just a llttlo space In your valuablo pa per I will endonvor to put tho gen tleman right. Thoro is not a hit of 'reason in hie statomont that "tho Webb Summit Hon to can ho sorved on prqclaoly tho samo lines ns woro formerly traveled." livorybody concornod knows that tlioro was not a single box on Ron to 7 until you reached ChaB. Nunomnkor'B, almost half way between Logan and tho Summit. They also know that tho cnrrldr, as iio route is now established, starts out from "Webb Summit toward Logan and goes as far as James Halls, about half way, or porhaps 1 milos, and retraces to tho Summit. Iustoad of cutting out 4 miles he only cuts oil' 2. Theso arb absolute facts and can be ver...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

c m.-. latrr t . v. t. idAigrgtAi.-s-1? aHir7.ijiafta.,,vtfrini-n mwumm hi iwwam 'fiawtiw iwi w wtim oamiun wi w twwwwi t it U M"" DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. I'Ullt.lSltKt) KVI'.HV TIMJIlSllAY Tho Loe;an Printing and Publishing Co (INUOItl'OltATI'.tl) I'uiHjisnuns. Vinoit. (1 Low it v, II. G. IIANSHI., J. K. Dol.t.lHIIN', Cham. II. Bkok J'ur.siDiJ.vr Si:uuktauy Hwtoii AS5!!). KlHTOIl AXII JlAXAHl'.H OFFICM0:-ln Hollteoii Hlock, Entered ;it tlio I'ostolllce In Loati, Class Mull Mutter. Thursday, October 17, The Knocker and the Optimist. If there is u dreary individual on onrtli, it is the habitual knocker, seeing no good in anything, pre dicting disaster on nil sides, discounting every fa vorable development, apologizing for temporary good times, always looking for trouble and incidentally inviting it. Croatian could not exist a year on such diet, and one confirmed knocker, one gruesomo pessimist will throw gloom upon a wholo company, unless ho is takon up nnd thrown bodi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

SiiFiiipW " WfwpWS fHwy ' ""''!'" -l-''JJffJT'- TO,? "nrw "? JHftT jitPyMKB', ' jimgjuni-iHfrwwwumwiw nAMum,Lmi-mBimviwtwmMV Liii.yjn iMjj)ui.LWMiiili jC'Mmii "" l fib ; l r K I Lm I K , Democratic Tickets. VlM.Atin ltc I.OOAN. For Mnyop-t). V TiliirneM, Kor MnmUnl'AitKtlrtiit ftlilvot)'. for Olor!c0!mrloBmltli ForTrctiiitrnr"HuiltItlt llrowit K6r Moml)orsof tJultitclt (loro ti. rltiguf John H Cmity, Krnil fllrnchn, Thru. Ilmi net, Nicholas ttliorat, Hurry Unto. Kor llonrd !f I'ulillo Horvlcn Heott Urnil dock, Ktoil llllitolirmul, t.nwls ttnrtlniui, For Momborsof Holiool llflnrd ,). I' .Mil ler, Ilonry ICcsslflr. For Auwior-'Flrst ward, .1. H. Hlitiw. Hecniul wntct, tinti Connors. Thlnl wnril, Donnls Nooufiu. Fniirth wnril, Andy In liodeiii FAM.H'Tinvwtiiii', Justlcn ilf tho I'oiK-o 1), E. Ilnrsli, Olorlc-ltl.llnml Hrlglit. Treniurer K, 12. bright. TrnUcei Adnml'ollng, fjnmuel DHiiu, Cotinlnlilo J". It. Cnrnog. Assosior Hph HluilU, Mclinol llonrd ticunni'il Wonvor, Clonrno I'unklo. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

iMiJhfr&i'.M---K'.-Mrf 'JlnbttAWL-i- --m-t.t VIA -a MlfftVd vL ,w,vfe .a. . i.(nii I mniwMmnutJiaawwtiiiwii s n f K ?: ft I r i NEWS OF S Mullen Ridgo Hiifiifl I'm I ill or ntl onduil church at Fellowship, Siiiuluy ovcnlng. Mr. Stanley Wolfe, of Logan, spout Sunday with Mr. Wesloy Illltolllllrt. Mr. ntul Mrs. Charles Ilollyer drove to Lancaster, Saturday, whero thoy attontlod the Fairfield County Fair. Mr. Andy Carpontor visited with his hrothor, John, Sundny. Charles Orn is diL'f'ini: u collar for Wen Ilutchins. Thoso wlio nttonded tlio fair Saturday from tlila place wore Riiftm and Auytistcen Palmer, James Pnrgenn, Mr. and Mrs. Hellyer and Miss Ethel Hellycr. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Palmer spent Sunday with Wm. Palmer and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ilollyor and i daughter, Ethel, spent Sunday in Logan, the guests of Mrs. IT. S. Hoby, of East Hunter street. Messrs. ltufus and Augusteen Palmer and Fred Tannehill are working for Mr. Chris Achaucr, They are baling hay near Nelson ville...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

MIMimWM X t) H FY . fi II ), I s r If J in . M Dn.Mi " FOR .Neuralgia. Sciatica. Rheumatism. Backache. Pain inchest. Distress in stomach. Sleeplessness j Sleeples: i r .. . - les? Anti-Pain Pills Headache I i IM . i V (mv I tafias . -.V Is jr-rr. f J- -w Wvh W- v ft fry jJulS' m ,. inwzazn.. "C1 KV 1 If you have Headache Trv On C . Mi Ik 9, 777 wmwm777&K &tyfr Take ONE of the LitHe Tablets and the Pain is Gone. They Relieve Pain Quickly, leaving no bad After-effects VSWM 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk ft v-,M,WMMWM,frA Logan, Ohio, Monday, 28 1 0 U 1 1 Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. in. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Ilavo your eyes exnminod und tested by a skilled Optician. Dr, West of tho Franco Mcdicul Instituto Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses aro required ho will lit you 00 por cont lower than any othor firm. Wo grind lenses to Buit oach person. If You Are Suffering from Any-Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Froo an Exporloncocl,- Educated Spoclall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 October 1907

- "Minymi ii. j.i ' ' I'finpM 111 - 'f t Vl M V-H t&l t! '41 i f 1, KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Two Years Relieved In Thret Months, xSv CB. nzcrljjljr Knrii.c. u. ii'iZKK, Mt. Storting, Ky IV J. write writes: " have aufcrcd with kidney and bladder trouble for ten years past. "Last March I commenced using Peruna mid continued (or tli rue mouths, I have not used It since, nor have I felt pain. "I believe that 1 am woll and I there fore give my highest commendation to the curative qunlltleri of l'eruna." Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. II. Sltnsor, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "I had not been well for about fonr years. had kidney trouble, and, In tact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer 1 got so very bad I thought I would try Peruna, so I wroto to you and began at onco to tako Peruna and Manalln. "I took only two bottles of Poruna and one nf Manalln, and now I feel better than 1 havo for some time. "1 feel that Peruna and Manalln cured me and made a different woman of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

i r , ) NTINEL, JLJrMlZ'lVM JrM&ATL THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 26th Tim No 4S THE HOOKINa BBNTIHBL 67th Yr No U LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 34, 1907. Tho Only Democratic Papar In the Ooanty : OlicoUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear COUNCIL SimwiiiiHiiHimiHiniimmiw ENS' FINE CLOTHES M proceeding: K I k R v K K Ic r- r I Our city council met Tueaday evening, with all members present except Mr Shaw. Mayor Dnllisou presided. The minutes of the previous mentlng were rend and approved. Tho finance committed by Mr. Anglo as chairman report ed many bills approved by them, which wero passed on favorably by the council. Tho bills ordered paid are as follows: F. S. Case, stationery $ 7 02 F. C. Qrovo, serving no tices to pa'vo M 40 Keynes Bros,, bran 1 20 Logan Clay Product Co. pav ing brick and tile 10 08 " Radebaugh Bros., street cleaning, etc 4 58 John Mathiot, salary as night policeman 45 00 George Bishop, asti't night polioe 20 00 A. F. Williams, service on Are .team 1 50 T. Bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

T .. j- t'r!fs' fg' "'T MVIUUWMMUMM-Si HWHJHUiMgWtWWUm I JiUIWWWWWPIIi'MIMllt'WMBWWWWMWWWf iJiUW TO-W' ll i I? t'i I '. I -f HOW DOES SHE ! Municipal Campaigns Vory Warm in the Cities. The municipal campaigns throughout Oliio, especially, those of tho larger cities, arc furnish ing excellent opportunity for tho play of state and niitioiuil politico of the Republican variety. For uker promptly recognized tlio open ing anil lost no time in Inking ud vantugeof it. Tlio Tuft pooplo, on the other hand, nro gottlng in had in most oft lit) fights, and thoir attitude will undoiilitcdly cost them denr when tho struggle for delegates to tho national conven tion tnke plncc. On tlio mirftiee the Cox organization ut Cincin nati, having declnrccl for Tuft, is antagonistic to tho senator. In stead of anlking, tho latter, con trary to the oxpeclntion nml hopo of the Taft mnnugors, ndvised all hie friends to give loyni Hupport to the Cox (Kepublionn) ticket. This advice means a great dcnl. Cox ie li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

TTTT HTV1 'TiflT'fM fJI TniW1l ''.TlfWf M6WiiairfiMiMiwiirrrm'1 'Mm L h i u Dr.Miles Anti-Pain Pills rr i FOR Neuralgia. Sciatica. kheumatism. Backache. Pain in chest. Distress in stomach'. Sleeplessness Times For HOLDING COI In the Seventh Judi ,cial District of Ohio, A. D. ; 1907. It Is ordorod -tlint tlm day of tho com iiioncoiuent ot onoU torm of thu Cominnu 1'looHCourts In ouch Oouuty lti tho Hovonth Judicial DUtrlot ofOlilo'.for A. I). 1MW, Blmll bo as follows, to-wit: ADAMS COUNTY 'On ttie 17th du' of Kobruftry, nnrt the 8th day of Juno, nnd tho luth cloy of No vomber. ATHENS COUNTY On tho 17th day of Fobrunry. and tlio 11th day of May, and the Mtli day of Octo ber. FAIRFIELD COUNTY On the 1UI day of Jununry, and tho 20th day of April, and tho 20th day of Oc tober. GALLIA COUNTY On tho 0th clay of Jauuury and thelStli day . of April, and tho iiih uay of Heptom " ber. ' IHOCKINQ COUNTY . On theflth day of Junuary, and thn!10thday of March, and tho 6th day of October. JACKSON C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

'W- 'fWH"rf- l ,i rfr- jo. jtjnjaaf,!! l !t DEMOCRATSENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PUIlMSIIKt) KVKItY TMU1WIA MOItNINU. The Loqnn Printing and Publishing Co. (INC'OUPOUATKIl) laritiiisiiKits. VlHOIT. C. Lowttv, II. G. IlANHKI., J. H. Doi.mson, CilAH. II. HlCUIC l'ltKSlUKN'T Skoiiktauy KlMlOlt ASSO. IOtHTOIl AND MANAaP.lt OFFIOHi-iti Dolllsoii Hlook, South Door. Entered at tlio I'ostuillce In Logan, Class Mall Matter. Ohio, us Second Thursday, October 24th, 1907. The Democratic Ticket. In this issuh wo presont the Democratic tickots of each precinct in the county, as certified in to the Hoard of Election. Look them over carefully; tlioy are an array of intelligent citizens that command your consideration for the ofllees they eoek to fill. We are proud of tho fact that it is unanimously said that the county and other officers that have served us, coming out of the Democratic ranks, have never betrayed the trust leposed in them, and have filled the offices with marked ability. Look down...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

mnmm wuwi a twxPLmmummamJumM f i if i-i -.&'! i I S l M I I h t' ) 7. k N c v What lie wants his clothes just n bit highly "seasoned" if you wish to put it in such woitls. No matter whai the older man Wants, the young fellow demands a certain Snap and Dash in the clothes he must wear. F. BLASfUS S SON'S . CLOTHING Satisfies the young man's taste for smart clothes. They arc the hit of the season. All the young fellows in' town are talking about them; about the snappy styles and .wonderfully attractive fabric effects, made especially for young frr.rngc. . $8.00 to 18.50 0 T OR MAN We also have a full line of worsted in genteel pat terns made up in the more staple styles for the older man I'Z. - $6.00 to 18.50 F. BLASIUS flWWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWW LOCAL AN PER Mr. John Geiger went to Co lumbus, Saturday. Mr. ClaUde Rulon, of Athens, spent Sunday in Logan. A full line of Heinz' goods at Kesfllers, "on the Ave", Mr. and Mrs. Dan Heft visited Lancaster friends last week. Mr. James Stump, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

i,tuiMi$m tM.viajuwi rtniiQatfUtt -UilJlja-L,-J.i..J U'UIUUM14 wmtwimtmnMMnmvR WKWmHIWWftlWUW IHIWWHIiWWI I t'l .' f J e f vvvtvvvvtbVvvvvvvv'v'vvvll I A SUBSCRIPT $ t It is nur desire to largely Inncase our circulation and at the sanio time iylvo our pations more for their money than ho obtained anywhere, H'e have arraniruil Tor a proposition that seems unioasonahle, for you iceelve SO MUCH l'01l YOITU MONKY: hut we always glo our patoons ALLTIIK ADVANTAGES of any good deal that It Is our good fortune to arrange through our general knowledge of the business world. HERE IS OUR OFFER : The Democrat-Sentinel, one year The Cincinnati Daily TinicsStar, one year A Ml- - il. PXJ map Ul NIC OIULC, g Madman's Stock $ $ $ $ $ Total You Get all for What Our Specials Really Are The Cincinnati Times-Star is an up-to-date daily newspaper ((I days a week.) It is complete In all respects and has a ciiculatlon LARGER TitAN ANY OTIIKII ONK-CENT PAPER IN THE STATE OF OHIO. Lack or space makes it Impo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

wjpr wuwmunmMmmtivjurimwam'finimiwmmiw' wiiiatnmtMiiuw iivuimmiiuiiKvm' iimtiint jii hiihhm.hiu' uu.niui! Mii'.'j'ii 'iwimw wm'qlJE'UU,lMlJIWIWMMIMI.JUIMlPimgiJIMJIUJtJttJIWUUHIHli 1 lflf f v W 1 LI West Hocking Quarterly mooting was held nt Onion, Ootobor 10 nncl 20. Tho attendanco was very Rood. Mr. and Mra. C. A. Hedgoe, af ter a ton days pleasant visit witli friondf) and relatives in this vicin ity, returned to their home at Munice, Indiana, last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jnlien were visitors at Circleville last Thurs day. Mr. W. W. McClelland lost a valuable horse last week. Death was caused by blood poisoning re sulting from coming in contact with a barbed wire fence. Mrs. Stella Sargent, of Colum bus, in the guest of relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chambers and grandson, Muster Durbin Fickle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Reu ben Hedges, near Oakland, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Clark Bailor, Mrs. Mary Seesholtz und Mrs. Lottie CIuw were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 October 1907

f-Ul Tl!lfpnr2Ff-WZ m w wiiqmwmmw! mMfnemnmvn -fffl t H f ,f if j rf R 4 Lit! NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Rookbrldgo Alios Kvu Troxel visile 1 In L'inoaBter, Sunday. Miss Gertie Lake, of Knterpriso, is viallintj Mrs Henry present. Mrs ). C. Hickman was a Lan caster shopper Tliurmluy. Mrs. Leon Montiugne, of Lo gan, visited friends at this placo Sunday. Mr. Clint White, of Lnnutistor, spent Sunday with his family. Mr. lluyd Troxel and family had us their Sunday guests, Mr. A. E. Hula and family, of Logan, and Mrs. Eva Rudolph and son, Willie, of Sugar Grove. Mesdames Joe Stougton, Joo .Barron and Moses Woltz wero Lancaster shoppers Thursda'. Mr. Charles Hampton and family, of Columbus, visited rela tives at this placo Sunday. Mrs. Boyd Troxol and daughters, Anna and Ruth, spent Monday in Logan. Miss Lulu Ridtfr spent Saturday in Lancaster. Mr. Elmer Whito and family visited Mr. Clint White and fam ily, Sunday. Mr. G. Bailey and wife are visiting friends at Springfield at this writing. Mr. Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

rwk --s'- "ftfrT -W- DEMOGRA TSENTINEL lpS THR OHIO DHMOURAT. SOtliYm No 44 THKUOOKIKQ BBNTINMi 07tLYear Ho 10 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 , 1907. Iht Only Demootatlo Paper in tie Ooonty OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear -uTTr' aim"-:-i .w Sfc jMMMf If r or giwmnmmiiitmniimnmmnimimiffiifnmmmimnmnwn A Great Saving Can be Effected IN BUYING YOUR CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS OF STRENTZ & LAPPEN When you buy of us, you buy absolutely rightequality, superlative quality, is the all essential feature of the CLOTHES sold by us. The superiority of the fabrics used in the construction of these clothes, the skillful tailoring that is given every detail, the highest grade trimmings, the artistic manner in which each garment is fash ioned, are all forcible reasons why our clothes are worn by a majority of the best dressed men in this Community. : " r-r : r::;::r fl suns $6,00 TO $22.50 g Special Hosiery Selling S The best Black Hose in the 5: U. S. for the money, 1...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

' "Wf-wnjr- m m f 4 i o ri .si 1 S fc . i.i ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOUTHEASTERN OHIO TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Tho long looked forward nrrival of the host of touchers of tho South Eastern Ohio Association for their nnnual meeting hero Fri day nnd Satiirdny, was fairly sat iefylng to our citizens and tcach erfl. Probably 800 visiting mom bora of tho association woro hero, nnd tho membership numbers nioro than 000, comprising tho public school teachers of Athons, Vinton, Gallia, Perry, Fairfield, Moigs, Morgan, Lawrence, Jackson nnd our county, Hocking. Logan got all ready for tho fray, and had her lamps trimmed and burning. Tho churches and busi ness houses were decorated, nnd banners were stretched across the streets, pointing out the different headquarters. Reception committees and a large crowd of teachers met the 9:80 train fioin Lancaster, Friday morning, and escorted tho speak ers and principle educators, com ing from Columbus and North Ohio, to the Elk's Hall, where beautiful head...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

fPr" rr-r- mawawwwi Biui w ai m mwi T?WWipwWM 3" &rJ&wm'w " IV .? Lis. fik Dr.M i les1 Anti-Pain Pills r-v-i I i - FOR ..Neuralgia, Sciatica. Rheumatism. Backache. Pain inchest. Distress in stomach'. Sleeplessness Headache If you have Headache tui llillllllii iB Sli JTLj iJ " w.?w Wr" --v 7 .iMScwWii X i, sz. .-.igMTiMS VTii ISS lira f jgfflttiBfllr -- .- v jaaS iJcjrtriQ. IK - iv Try One WMA WSWM&A They Relieve Pain Quickly, leaving no bad After-effect WWMtfStfM Take ONE of the Little Tablets and the Pain is Gone. 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk CO W,,,,Wtt)h RATES OF TAXATION FOR THE YEAR 1907. In pursuance of law, I, J. W. Gabrcll. Treasurer of Hocking County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the number of mills levied on each dollar of property listed for taxation within said county, for the tax year 1007, Is as follows: FOR STATE PURPOSES: Sinking fund .10 m.; University fund .215 m.; State Common School fund 1.00 m. Total Stale Levy 1.315 m. FOR COUNTY PURPOSES: C...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

-pvn-yv r?y?ffi 0 i t M &'! fcf ff I J H ! J- if a to Eri t Fa 'i 1 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PDiii.imtKtt KVKitv TinttinnAr MrmNimi, The Logan Printing and 1'ublisliing Co. (tNt'nlll'OltATPtl) I'UIJMMIIKUS Vtitnli.C. Lnwnv, LMicttiiRNr H.O. Uaniih,, - BKCIUTVltY J. U. DoU.tSON, - niMTOlt OltA). II. 1IKCK AtSO. KlItTOUAMANAOBll OirFIUHl-Iii UoIIIaoii lllock, South Door Euteroil i9 Soconri Class Mot lor October I, 1WM, at tlio I'ost olllco at Logon, Ohio, under Act ofConitiosiof Mob U. ISTtf. Thursday, Oct. 31, 1907. Democratic Ticket. On this paco wo eivo a fac- aimilo of the Democratic Town ship ticket of Falls, and Municipnl ticket of Logan us it will nppenr on election day. Tlio Township ticket of Falls township comes first in the column, followed by the Village ticket. Jn Fulls township and Logan, more than in other township or town in tho county, we nre person ally interested because we live hero and vote hero, and therefore wo wish to moke personal mention of o...

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