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

" i ' f 'J'4'S, ''w-gr'gTMtragif ,tV ,J7 iV MMmwmitijmiinmt3' vA .v-J & 1 - - J " pmmmm mmmmawwmmmm llMmallTTrirritan 111 llllllam iiimiMi w. . wrtma.. . ' ., . - - . ,.,.., .T .-,.17 - " T? " " " ,?w mi w'Ey1 IK. n Y . (' k Mr. Roosovolt's Book. Tho old saying that history ro ponta Itsolf Ib again proving true, for m reading Mr. Koosbvolt's hfo of Jlonton wo find that "Bonton tried to throw tho bliuuo ninlnly on tho bnnkors and polltioiniiB, Who, ho nllogad, had forinoU an nlllanoo for tho over-throw of tho ndmtnistration, hut ho tnado tho ploa moro lmlMtoartodly than UBUal, and probably In his soorot would acknowlodgo ita puerility. "lieiitott and othors protondod to beliovo that tho panlo wns tho result of a dcoplaid plot on tho part of tho rloh olasflOB who con trolled tho banks, to oxoito popu lar hostility against tho Jackson inn Domoaracy on account of tho oasto antagonism which those samo richer classes woro supposod to feel toward tho muoh-vauntod party of thopooplo; an...

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 December 1907

fMj& $ fTfT'r'"''MVV""i,r"y ' V 'T' ' t '.i1 ' i j W "''J'H v " j '5? " r-r.? " gsgsr;? ' fit3jmmw-tew iftrWI "- j -jh - i. ,, ..ivti -iv - ,Wr -j 4 ' 1 Jt J, & fc I K vr I r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLtnitRI) KVRttY TltttllHDAV MOllKtNd. Tbo Logan Printing and Publishing Co. llNeilltt'llltATKtl) l'ltllMHIItniH vmou. U. l.ownv, ' l'nr.HtiiKNT H.G. ItAN.MKt,, HKCltRTAItV ,?. II. DoM.l.loV, KlllTOK OlIAH. II. IlKUK At-. KlIITOIl.VMA.NAIIKU OFKlUKS til Dolllsmi llloek, Hoiltli Door Kntcrculns Hccomt Olnas Mnttrr Ucloborl, IMM, nt tho rml nllluu lit I.dkiim, Ohio, uiulur Act of Connrojsof Mcli :), Isri". Thursday, Dec. 12, 1907. Tin: sixtikth Congress liold its Jlrat soaslon last weak. Tho cliiof feature of tho proceedings in the Sonnto whs the swearing in of now members, The IIouso of Repre sentatives organized with tho elec tion of Joseph G. Cannon as speaker. Following this, the most important ineidont of the Houso session was the protest mn.de by John Sharp Wi...

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 December 1907

IHPILH UMlfW'fttfWk , .-pW a".-- !. ft 2 w. , .Jf VWfrilin j i i . to IPaTWiaiwBMiwiwaaaMaWMiiBMaawaawewMWwwwwwBW .mmiWH'I'iiWWlgWpWgWlWWWM" U'lilDHHIWWPIW'P"1' llWi ..umimmi nui" I' ii'iimu i mi...wuiiiniu u'.iWil un..ii.inii.i mU'J"I i iui'ww.mi.i.nnw jiiiuu uuw)tuLiUMMjiiittajii(vtegfeaAC ijximuAimnmuMitm LOCAL AND PERSONAL ttm HL i. - LIO4 a irk y h ? 'X w Attend tliu Institute at tlio Opera llnttac noxt wook. Mr. J. W. Hrown, of iioar Ttook bridgo, wns u Logan visitor, Monday. Mrs. James Lawrence, of Now nrk, is visiting licr Mother, Mra. Hopkins. Mr. G. W. Hoinloin, of noar Orlnnd, was iv visitor to Logan, Monday. , Mr. W. M. Butloy, of Hook brigo, was in Logan, Monday, paying his tnxos. Mr. Charles Ginion, of Long atreth, was a visitor to our city last Saturday. Mr. Ed. Smith, of Carbon Hill, was shaking hands with friends in Logan Saturduy. Mr. Will Tolbort, or Lancaster, is visiting hiB mother, Mrs.Tolbort, of East Hunter street. Mr. I. L. Mitchell, of near Now Plymouth, wa...

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 December 1907

9ft - . , .w ff. fy, "KJEP" SUfi - V r r v . 1" FALLS VICTIM TO WITION Arthur Murphy Passes Away, on the Threshold of Success. On Saturday ni;ht Inst at 11:00 o'clock the soul of Arthur Murphy took us Might from its tononiont of clay, to tho roiihn of its Maker.. For soverul years ho 1ms nBpircd to the practice of law, studying in tho olllco of Attorney E. D. Rickctts. For tho past your ho haB been Justine of tlio Ponce, be tween which olllco and his news paper work on the Hocking Re publican, lie has maintained him self and mother. Tho summit of his ambition was about reached. He went to Col umbus to take the examination, and dug through the first day, last Tuesday, with marked apt neas. In tho evening he wus taken with a severe head ache, and re tired to his rooms, His landlady McCormick and Monde Howom Tho perRonnl loss to tho editor of this paper, in the dorith of Arthur Murphy wo cannot express. We are stricken silent, ntid can but think think of tho pleasant times with him, Ho...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

f&, feirr . ' Ii .' i. I i v m if o a i a ) THE NEWS IN A NUT SHELL Clnrn Moodgootl tllo noted not rose, eonitnittod Bttlctdo at hor ho tul in baltintoro Inst Thuraduy, caused by norvous collnpso and worry ovor Annnolnl lossoa. V In n mlno oxplosion nt Monongali W. VnM Friday, live hundred mon Woro killed, mid two hundred and fifty fnmiUos left doatituto. Mrs. Tuft, toothor of Secretary Tnft, died nt hor homo at Milbury Muss., Suturdny. King Oacur of Sweden is dotul. V Mrs. C. A. Bond, wlfo of May-or-oloct Dond of Col tun bus dlod very suddenly, Friday iiftornoon. V Tito Republican Nntionnl Con vention will bo hold in Chicago, Juno 10, 1A08. Henry C. Qodman a prominent lawyer of Columbus, diedjeiulcloiily in Florida, at his winter homo. Tito minors nt Goldfiold, Nov., are on a strike, and Federal troops havo bean sont to quell the riots. Joe. II. Outhwaito of Columbus, a Dean of tho O. S. U. Law sobool r&nd former CongresBnian, died sttddonlv, Monday, of pneumonia. Harry M. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

Tr n, . i. ,,., -in .' i-- A -' -- ..-K.-o.M vIW-W" . . MMUmi!- - Vi- f-1?J?"S". TP"TTsF5'Vj(Wnwi ,!lSi4wiw)!Wiy n"f I'WHWlW "Av- X jWMWWIfcfaifcMjMJmiltfillULaUJ.U,J.J.-... II. . lllIWllrnW.IIMtIUUWllWIJ.ll.JMtl , ,B ,WIMI, BiWUIWWj jBMWIigUIUtitlWlWWM twm jwihwwji J imumwwi aaawam wjmMw-31 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT EMBER IG-h. 1907 '? '? .h Jfegw E r Ei J E-T - The Most Beautiful Story Ever Devised or Executed Wonderful JLiGi-' Li lv Council Proceedings. At the meeting of the village council, Tuesday night all the members responded to roll call ex cept Mr. Angle, who was absent because of the serious sickness of his mother. A resolution was introduced de claring it the intention to advertise for bids for lighting the village of Logan, the contract of the piosent lighting company expiring in June next. An advertisement for bids is in this issues of this paper. The finance committee reported favorable on the following bills: J. B. Dollison, chair and desk, mayor olllco $ Wm. Fields, labor ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

mimiiUigmm nm mujji u nuJiumiiunnuu'iAmuii innjuiuimjBiuj.iij i ju,imiuiiwiu-mm jh.hhuh mhhuiiu'l.j l iiuhUi uniju mui iuiii'ujm. wwwwmin JUUiaiJJJJimiiii.mjiiiim.ii w mmw rt NEWS OF Mnroroimtmim c 1 Christmas Suggestions E S TIJWN "J U 't.'t - i L' IK r ft Old Town Mr. and Mrs. fhvlglit Poling woro Logan visitors Sunday. Oroab Ci'oWds from this plnoo havo boon attending protraotod mooting at Ploasnnt Hill. Mrs. Jacob Wolfe, of Logan, wns tho Sunday guost of Isaao Woifo und family. No. 0 gavo a spoiling Friday night. Tosso Fiokol says ho was a "homo lovor" lost wook. Somo of our citizens attondod big mooting at Wobb's tills wook. Mrs. Lulu Bright is making au extondod visit with rolativos noar Baltimore Frank Fiokol, who has boon ill, is improving rapidly. F. L. Poling made a trip to tho Quoon City, Saturday. Quaiterly mooting at tho Radi cals was hold Saturday and Sun day ovoning'u. D. II. Poling was a Webb Sum mit visitor ono day last wook. WoMUKURU. Little Raccoon Greek Several p...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

o I ISV m u 1 I J. I & A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR. noil. Win. G. Hunter Uses Pcm-na As a Family Medicine. WHEN a man of untlotibtod imputa tion comosotit Bqiiiirol in public print, giving unqualtncd endorsement to household remedy thoro mttBl bo some thing gonulno to account for It. Hon. W. a. Hunter, of North Gro Una, well-known In Washington and throughout this Southern States, says of Peruna that ho regards it ni tho greatest family medicine over dlscovorcd. He does not hesltato to say that Peruna Invigorates and gives frost; strength to mind and body. Hueh testimonials an this ought to xnako l'oruna popular. No advertising known to tho arts of man, no commercial management could rer ralso l'oruna to such a high stand ard of appreciation as tho frank and un qualified statomonts of such man, l'oruna is PE-RU-NA A Reliable Remedy for Colds. an ideal household remedy. It wards off colds and re lievos catarrh in 11 lta form and phases. By riddiug tho system of catarrh, it cleanses tho...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

iegwiini Mmmtwmwmumm,,j i'wtioi' itmt ,-km t lrf Lk ji- I Wh JETHE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL Iff jSjgRr VflBH Logan, Hocking County, Ohio, Thursday, ' December 19th, 1907. 1 M llpesT

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

mkVKai,Wm ' Vfy "VQfflt Jf & Vf "-f "Hp W V WJ3- PV wintY -rw uptwryvi :&EJFB&T yyyw" ! y -w'i " iyw pjpgpiG vT- l&vvA itrflHH. loT2 A Little Money Avill go a" lony w.iys in Christmas presents at our store this year. Come in and see, you are always welcome. F S LOGAN, OHIO. itAlttfttAlstinlAlAlJMAlAttt Now After all, Isn't it the Sen Thing; to Buy Useful 5 IS 't ' a & us a a a a a PRESENTS. Buy Something for Wife or Husband That Bring Comfort as Well as Joy. with a a a a a a a a a L CHRISTMAS The Chris Holl LDGAN Hardware Co. OHIO. a ristraas Will Soon Be Here The children are already counting the days till Santa Claus will come Won't you come to our store and see the pretty things we have for Christmas presents? We have all the lat est novel lies from which you can select presents for the whole family. JS111 -JLkJL For Your w or loir A nice new gas range, a carving set, a fancy market basket, a hand some stand lamp, a good carpet sweeper, turkey roaster, or any ...

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 December 1907

???. p.' i"!'5"S,l,? , n.;ti.n,.-ar.fl.fi-i-aii jl iWilawi.-:;.";- i 1 Ifo M limWIIMIIMJUUWlllUwalMIWWWgWWMBM UN '-. ! Candy By The Car Load ' i ?55SSH5S55SK!55SjPR5 wysia.f ff tt ' V rr w ! I1 O' ,f f r3; r y a f-i --J3:- tiwjW.iMwniriiANiii.ivBBT. &Jbs?CJsl " N tlio morn liiK before Christmas day ton years ago, when Iwns living In tho Prickly" Pear cnnyon, twonty ilve miles northwest of nelenn, Mont, my wife Bald to mci "Charley, wouldn't it bo iilco If vwo had n venison steakloo?" Tho "too" meant in addition to a turkey, a pair of chickens, u boiled ham, u i!tun pudding nnd I don't know how many kinds of cakes and plea that she had planned for our Christmas dinner. "Well, Nolly, as there's only yourself nndHho baby and mo at dinner, I don't suppose woU.starvo without a vonlson. etealc," I said, laughing. "But there'll bo pome fun getting n black tailed doer." So I took my AYinchestcr-lato In the forenoon nnd started for tho mountain riftor kissing my young wife and the baby-o...

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. — 19 December 1907

wtr f.v 34 mi'-nmmytmfiymf t Big Pino Valley Llttlo boys nnd girls, as christ nias tliuo is drawing uenr ngntn, you should nil begin to think nbout gottlng your stocking's rondy for your presents for wo ox pcots Snntn Clam to pa this way if llttlo Qoldlo Vuhfosalii was not uiiBtnkolt for alio says ho wont tip Pine one da' init week, so wu would advise some of tho older hoys ami ghU to hu on tho look out too, and if it tikes to long to patch up your stocking, you hud bottor Just hang up your old boots and shoos? I Thoro will be n chrlstmns trre and ontortainmont given at tho Hetliol Church, Christmas eve, avorybody is Invited. Win. Loy tho Pino Valloy butoh er, has beon kept busy for tho past week, killing porkers for his neighbor. Win. Harsh, of Puraoll 1 haul ing lumber, at present, for the Company, at Laurolville, Mano Piixton has returned homo from Fairfield Co., where ho was husking corn. Olio Lomon, of this placo, ex poets to move, this coming week on the Ambrose Reed farm at P...

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. — 19 December 1907

Afw -iTS -""; I'Ub? fpK "" .jrt.wfjty-U ; awffwMTBaJMjWM 1 1 , j Pii ju i rwwwwww t"mH r mwi inwi 'a n i'U h i ww wwy fw awmiBMWTOPffiiwwt'MiiWfuai'jBnaMipa mmmjxummmnmvmmnKKfxmmivmtiMmujim m numvmitw wwwiwff j1. Miaou w r leai Oyer te Prices Careflilly A - Merry, (tC 07 -Sill tbb.o f mm $7.47 B $8.98 rf $11.23 .m $13.46 W suns vPi D B M H B H I M ,.f..T """"I I $8.50 Suits or Overcoats $10.00 Suits or Overcoats $12.00 and $12.50 Suits or Overcoats $15.00 and $16.00 Suits or Overcoats $18.00 Suits and Overcoats $20.00 Suits and Overcoats - Christmas . 200 Pair of Boys heavy weight Knee Pants. Best 50c pants that can be bought. Sale price One-Fourth Off on all Childrens clothing and Mens and Boys Pants. ONE-FOURTH OFF. Clothes with a reputation. Cost is forgotten, prices ignored in this Great Sale." May Christmas pack your stocking from toe to top,' full of prosperityl And your Christmas joy be bright as berries on the holly wreathl May Christmas lore be like th-e Christmas tree--eve...

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. — 19 December 1907

NST iM4. --wWfrt q,rptySqfntkfo).t ),! i..i,i,atiij MWwpiw li f " - t f BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHY. Pc-ru-na Is Praised By a Multitude of Pair Women. Catarrh and Deafness. Mrs. E. D. Lawson, Navasota, Tox,, writes: "It la with great ploasuro that I wrlto to toll you that my llttlo daughtor la entirely cured of catarrh and deafness and is In hotter health thansho hast been for the paat two years. Poruna Is truly a great medicine nnd I cannot say too piueh in pralso of 1 1. It has clono for my llttlo girl what doctors h are failed to do. Sho has taken not quite three bottles." IF tho practical women of tho world who nse family medicines, wero asked which is tho most reliable family medicino in use today, a great majority of them would roply, without hesita tion, Peruna. Peruna is especially praised by the women becauso they hare abundant op portunity to noto its prompt effects in relieving the various ills to which the family is liable. (Coughs, colds, indigestion, colic, kid ney and bladd...

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. — 19 December 1907

gill ULlLiJJM WiyW"BffWHWW LOCAL ID PERSONAL liH.IIIijilWBiil.MiLlliWUtJUllJHIWIUIiinilMM'IIJlW "" . ' g'!!,1 51 J SJtlilSSl "1 'V Gn to 8. Ci Hudson for Candlos, Peanuts mid Toy". Mr. Ilonry Watklns, of Now Strnltsvlllo, spont Inst Stindny in Lognn. Coino quick, everything goeB nt Bort ic Co'o. Mr. Otto HanklnBon, of Nolson vtllo, was n visitor to Logan lust Monday. Christinas Troos may bo ordorod at Feronos. Got your ordors in ujw. Mr, G. W. Fraeuro, Postraastor, at Rockbridge, waB a business visi tor to Logan, Friday. A largo assortment of Cloaks of the best manufactures at N. J. Wciland's Jewelry Storo. Mr. Crayton Roasonor, of Col umbus, vlsitod relatives and frlonds in Logan, this wook. 1 The prloos aro right. They nro all lower than tho other fellow. Bort Ar Co. Mr. Ed. Sliorr, of Columbus, was the guost of Mr. and Mrs. Nisk Till and family, lust Sunday. Seeded Prunes. Something fine. 18o lb at C. L. Wonn fc Co. -iiBMiuMiMiiMiiiMMiiiiiujMwwiwiiiiiiuiii!twiiiiMiiiww iniBiw whi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

' ' ' Ml I I I 1 HI UUL " -' ' ""J-Ji T ITB WWWIPH IHMIIIHWIIIHI.IIIIIJ If .w-TS--r-r-T-, . ,--, . . - - ' : "- -' i" w n J. 4 I5 If to 0T0rt i ! IS BPr DEMOC RAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLUHKD RVCHY TltUttADAT MOnNtNO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (lNcmti'iiiiATRn) rUW.ttMlKHH VllltHt, 0. I.OWItT, - PlIRfiltlKNT II. O. IIANHRI., HKCKKTAIir J. It. DOI.T.ISON, KlItTOK OlIAH. II. liKCK ASMO. ntllTOIlAMANAOKIt OKKHlRt-tn DollUon lllock, South Door Kutered nj Hocot.d Oinn Mnttor Ootobor 1, iwe, nt l tiu I'ou ollloo nt I.uanti, Ohio, urulur Act-of (,'onuruni t Meli 8, I87l. Thursday, Dec. 19, 1907. At tiik skssion of tlio Ohio Leg islature next month a bill for uni form primaries will bo prosonted and buckod by n formidable array of independent and election reform sentiment. This bill will direct that all nominations for municipal, county and State offices shall be by direct vote of the pooplo, and on the same day; that the right of nomination by petition and subse quentl...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

9m&m0mmmmm miim iiwMw,mjWjuwiwrwrtiuiuMWMiiuiLiuii-,iuiMuuuni iiniiMijiimawiiu iimi iiij.icA iiiiu l jiii luii KOF OTHER TOWNS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ONLY FIVE MORE WjwwjnmgMmmiM'"" (t &mbu K: x .V A ir 1 " (V ? V Cantwoll Cliffs Thanksgiving, Ghriahnns and New Your, what a trio of hnppy colobrations I Aftor ntopplng for a day to tlmnk God for tlio blessings of tlio paBt year, and spending another day in memory of tlio groat gift that was sont to earth thofio many yoars ago, wo should bo roady to bogln a Now Yoar tliafc will roally bo n littlo bettor than tlio yoar which has just gono by. Messrs. Clifford Trout and II. W. MoBrooin woro Lancaster busi ness visitors, Saturday afternoon. Geo. AVoltz and family, of Huok Run, spont Sunday witli Snmuol Kiino and family. Messrs. Will Kline, Dan Kline and littlo son, Boyd, of Deflanco, Co., aro spending a fow days with their many relatives, of Hocking. Miss Mary Kllno, Bpont last Fri day, with Mrs. Emma Kline nnd Mrs. H. W, M...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

fjr- lliri 1 ill! T i l IP iTrafiiwiahiiiliii ' " "rl . ....w..,.i.atfi.Mr,..ji.ifci'-..w.irii '"'' i"M IJMjJUju)1 'H-iMym! mimmitt,mHp0ty f s . I r i 1 M IM u It H. V. RY. REVIEW. List of Conductors and Brakemen is Larger than over Had. The list of conductors nnd brakomon nt tln Logun torminiil of the'lInckltiR Valley, and run nlng on Hie River Division, fioiu Logan to Pomerov nnd Logan to Wollston, is larger than was over boforo known. It contains tho names of 51 mun, It conductors, 8 oxtra conductors nnd it I brake men. To becomo a llagmnn, a brakomon must" servo one yonr, and tborc nro about 21 men eligible for that work. Tho oldcBt man in eorvico out of Logan is W. C. Bennett, wlio with hit) brakomen, John Bowcn, coino north from Pomoroy on train No. 135 and returns on No. 131. The noxt conductor is Frank McBrido, of Logan, nnd hisbrako man, Harry Green, who go to Pomoroy on No. 130 nnd return on No. 137. Harloy Thomas comes to Logan from Wellston on No. 183 ovory morning and g...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

V I'L. I m i m GOVERNORS OF OHIO p V 'WH- i iriw "ffi-ti ff'Mk., 'i 'ill ISW4i illMl W jijii iftin4pi mi -fa. hi umi ii i Lp lull gjSS!,l''l.lf.fti'i: ipfai. i'l ' ' I. ifn y - I,- .,i;t5sj flfc re1"'' ',r wgr.TirkH frL2-ai' x' .'.'pN I ; v - fist JJBKvLAS: x --Vj s IWHPifllR 1 A x t- 2 I RICHTRD MOORE BISHOP 1878-1880. Richard Mooto Bishop, governor of Ohio from 1878 to 18S0, rose'to that high office In tho quiet fulflllmcut of duties both prlvuto nud public tli'iit cniuo nearest to hlmi ' Ho was born In ICuntiieliy lu 1812, there entering mcrcaiitllo business which ho afterward moved to Cincinnati, being senior member of K. M. Bishop & Co. He was largely Instrumental In (securing tho right of Way through Kentucky nnd Tennesseo for tho grout southern outlet from Cincin nati, tho Cincinnati Southern railroad. He was member of tho city council of Cincinnati, holding tho position of president of that body, becoming mayor In 1859. Ho became governor of Ohio on the Democratic ticket...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 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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