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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 January 1908

fijsc."-' r"wnmriiiiimm&'iwfm 77H DEMO&RA T-SENT1NEL. V.ljMnvlWV"'10"8 SHU UUlU'UliMUUllAX, 37111 xer no a THE HOOKINdJEHTINBL 67tb Ym No 25 tOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9f 1908. Tli, Only Dmooatlo Paper In the Oonnty OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Pet Tear V"wip A'lNUQpy'ii'iiinjuwitwij'iNu -""" '"jj;mmwfwyi'i''ii M"-mwpnwvmiqap !w wmnpn Statement From Bros. Korlin WitnoBBoa of tlio Bhootlng of Georgo Halo by Mlko Oioalo first roportod Mint it waft but nn at tompt at cold bloodod murdor. This utatomont no doubt Inlluoncod a groat many of tlio fair tnindod peoplo to give vont to tholr fool ings against tlio balance of tlio Italians, who woro oni ployed and living on our promisos. To such an oxtont wna tlio fooling aroused in tlio minds of tlio citizens, that a committee, claiming to ropresont tlio peoplo of Logan, was on tlio scene within a fow hour's aftor the shooting occurred, and warned tlio Italians that they would bo soverely dealt with unloss they immedi...

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. — 9 January 1908

T .-t Tf rmmg-, H. ,ffl jftjjpcpygw jm" fflfp"1! V ae Subscription -OFFER Tim ii State Joint and Tlie Beittat Sfiiiel dig w - $2.50 Regular price of The Ohio btate Journal is lju.UU per year. This Offer Only Holds Good Until January 18th, 1908. If you want a good daily and weekly paper, don't miss this splendid opportunity. Old subscribers can secure these rates by paying up all arrearages to January 1 , 1 908. Ever Go Out of Town Via Bell Telephone? Cheaper than you imagine. We reach everywhere. The rates arc for n three minute talk to Amanda . ... 20e. Athens 15c. Buchtel 10c. Circhville 20c. Lancastei . 15c. Murray City 10c. Nelsonvllle 10c. New Lexington 15c. New Straitsville 10c. Shawnee .10c.' Somerset 15c. Wellston 25c. :::: Use the Bell :::: CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COA1PANY. Real Estate Transfers. Martin H. Cro3by et al. to W. II. Crosby, 32 acres of land in Salt Creek township. Consideration $300. William II. Crosby and wifo to L. C. Bunn, 32 acres of land in Salt Creek tow...

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. — 9 January 1908

miTjpiTIPV F-V W wvywi r gyg..-8HWMJ4lW''WI fc.iSWlfl fruViil Jr - 7 . mMmnnM in IJJIHWW iWiWmii mKliMWI i MiWi MmmBoiwywi V" RSR55S I Don't Fail to try the 1 Hock Hocking Beer -s rPut Out By The 1 HOCKING VALLEY BREWING CO. It Is "THE BEST EVER," Union Made, Purest Material: " S ri ar 9 m : a a a '-31 isp J r At- AH First Class Saloons I Logan, Oiuo, Monday, Jan. 1908 Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. m. to 5 p. in, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Have your oyos examined and tested by a skilled Optician. Dr, West of the Franco Medical Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses are required ho will fit you 50 per cert lower than any other firm. Wo grind lenses to suit each person. ' If You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability .'iy Not Consult Free an Experienced, 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 Chief KxamlnliiK nd Consulting Physician of the Franre Me...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 January 1908

. . jii i.mii.mj ! ft-aifcrwwir.yM,)li;Mi WWpjiyfjaWBf 3011 HHHW8Siiv , Wr. ThnTih iMoTiuri'T tnh J - - ' & -1 1 li f.iten i Em n.tffflft. tuiitt ridhintf''' " T i ' HW j W WEn -c- W'FtJ.vf (.' TS s.J( t. uukifMiNMv upwwwwwwjwwww 11 w m i iwwHWWiwiwmp f jtwfcwa .X t DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL1 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. punttRHKn nvKiiY thuiiihay MonniNa. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. llNCOUroltATWO J'UIIUSIIIIHH VinOII.O. UlWItl, I'jtKStDKNT Hid. KANHRt., HKCltKTVur J. II. Dol.MHoy, - ntitToii Oiiah, tl. ItKi'i; Amid. Iliu-roiut M.vn.Uhjh OFVIUHf-In Dcilllson Mock, Hoittli Door Ktitcrodns Second Class Mutter UoUtbar 1, 1WM, nt tlio rostuttli-u lit ldnini, Ohio, under Act-of Coiikiohs ot Men :i, IS7H. Thursday, Jan. 9, 1908. Republican Grabfest, Tho Republican stnto convention is to held at Columbus, March 8 nnd , the delegates to he selected nt primaries held February 11, Tho meeting of the state central committeo last Thursday to make the call was not a peace gathering, and at no stag...

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. — 9 January 1908

TT U rv SPPSS'wWp''Pfl wuiiimi" in nnmnffwww i. tm,umsmwntiivumimLHuiMmuuw.jmnvmuiijui)JWaMnM.mwmmmviWiMiuLtiiim inim.iliiW.'iiHililmil'.Jfi1mi'. irtMa 'risijBio; Reduction Sale . THE THURNESS - WRIGHT CO. J Still continues. Everything in our r largo and well solcctod stock goos at a t t big sacrifice Don't miss it. saving is yours. I Thrness-WriirM ? " a 5 - LOCAL All PR D SONAl. Mr. Karn Ferguson, of Chicago, waB in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. Bert Stodem was a Nolson villo visitor Tuosday evening. Mr. Frank Lehman, of Carbon Hill, was in Logan last Fiiday. Mies Emma Locrone wook with relatives in spoilt last Lancaster. Mr. F. M.'Powers, of Jobs, waB in attendance at court Wodnesday. Dr. Tippies of Murray City, was in Logan between trains Tuesday morning. Mrs. James Butterflold, who has been very Rick, is now slowly re Mrs. W. P. Heft, who has been , very sick with lagrippo, is now. convalescent. ' Mr. and Mrs. Moso Strawn loft yesterday for a winter's visit with their son, Wilbur, in C...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 January 1908

- JX - jy V "r-""-" :.-. A.-J--JL I V fl"J I A ! - i? rJvT- . - ' li rIKiii 1tf" WW mahkbt itr.rniiTs Prices Paid by Lognn Marclmnls, January , 11)08. Apples 70c to $1.00 Buttot 25c Potatoos 70c Dressed Chlckons 10 to 12c Young " 7o to 8c Eggs 25c Wheat $1.00 Corn fiOc Oats r!Jc Timothy hay 12.00 Mixed hay 10.00 Straw 0 00 Hogs -1 to 5c Dressed hogs. 0c to CAc Steers !$ tojlf Heifers 2$ to 3 Cows 2c to 3c Bulls 2c to 2 Calven 4 to Cc Lambs 5c State Farmers' Institute. UOAltD or tuadi: AUIHTOKIUM, E Broad St., Opp. Capitol, Columbus, Ohio. PROGRAM TOESDAY, .TAX 14 Ten o'clock a. m. Music , The Cecelian Address President W. Ladies' Quartette Furnsworth Waterville Music The Cecelian Ladies' Quartotto Address Dr. Paul Fisher, State Veterina rian, Columbus Appointment of Committees. Music The Cecelian Ladies' Quartette two o'clock P. M Music Tho Cecelian Ladies' Quartette Address...,. - President George E. Scott, Mt. Pleasant Address W. H. Deam, Tippecanoo City Music... The Cecelian Ladi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 January 1908

8fc WWIWWWgtWqWMt'ljBHIWSMWpWgWWMWWWMBWW'iy w b HTHR9 THE NEWS OF THE WEEK BOSTON Should Mr. Charles W. Fairbanks" booomo a candidate for tlio presldbnoy ho need not ex p&ot the support of his follow Methodists, says tho Zlon's Horald today. "Unfortunately, Mr. Fairbanks is oharged with violating at hia own table prohibition principles ,and praotiooa which tho univorsat conscience of our denomination holds aaorod and Inviolablo," says the publication. "Tho Mothodlst Episcopal oh u roh is so sonsitivo in tho mat tor of prohibition that it doos not and will not condono tho ohargo." WASHINGTON-Willlam James Bryan, new U. S. Senator from Florida, appointed to succood tho Into Senator Mallory, is only 31 years of ago. Mr. Bryan, with tho oxcoptlon of Henry Clay, will bo tho youngost senator in the history of tho country, and has already beon dosignatod as tho "baby sonator." Ho owob his ap pointmont by Governor Broward to his vigorous prosecutions of tho ico trust and boof trust, and...

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. — 9 January 1908

ntz.i?z?Sr " 'B.-W'A -S- -.! 'WRa((rattr -3Str--- ;. ry saaSajew- TWffttW swa-?? S k ! ft - fe sDvasnw f?OYAl POWDER Absolutely Pure The onffy baking powder made with Royal Grapo Cream off Tartar No AIum9 No Lime Phosphate me e Village Guardians Effect an Organization. On Monday night the new coun cil composed of John E. Canty, E. B. Comly, John ITouglierty, H. B. Bay, Fred StrnckA and C. W. James met for organization. The personel of the council is certainly favorable, being composed of some of Logan's best business men. The new mayor, D. V. Thurnoss, presided with dignity, nnd ap pointed the following committees for the ensuing year : Ways and Means Canty, Comly, Daugherty. Ordinance and Printing Comly, Bay, Canty. Sewers, drainage, sidewalk and curbing Buy, Canty, Stracke. Streets and street lighting JanieB, Douglrorty, Comly. Fire Department Dougherty, James, Stracke. Public Property, Public Safoty and Public Health Stracke, Bay, James. Mayor Thurness stated that the meeting was...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 January 1908

v 'ytaK.Aro ,- THE IRON WAY" Starts Jan. 30, Watch For Opening Chapter 44 Tssssissssspwr mm, WmL-' im-ja M UtHrlfM. UmMjfm M DJlli jf IlJrIxm Mr. OHIO DBMOORAT. 37th toftr Ho 3 TUB HOOKING BUHTINBL 07tU Yoar o 23 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908. The Only DomooratloFitpor In tho Oonnly Olronlallon 3000 Ono Dollar Per Tenr i- - t r " P ( I. Court was in session Monday nnd Tuesday with Judge Goorgo E. Martin on tho bench. oiVAr, oAsns. Tho cival oases act down for hoaring nro aa follows with dutes: David Unklo vs A. K. McBrootn, revivor of-dormant jiidtfeniont. Sot down for hearing on 'Saturday Fobnmry 1. "Ward Boll vs Kdna Boll, decree of transfer quieting tltlo and oquitablo relief. Set down for hoaring on Saturday February 1. Meda Byron, guardian of John L. Byron vs Tho Now Pittsburg Coal Co. damages, amount claimed $20,900. Sot down for hearing on January 27. Gottloib Juorgensmier vs Holbor, money amount claimed $ 100 60t down for hearing January 27. Jeremia...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 January 1908

fEgnuSEttm&mESffrXim, iffiW4,'. .4 jjjj?i T -r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ruiiMHitRi) rvrit TiunisnAY jioiwiNn. Tito Lognn I'rinling ami Publishing Co. (INt'lltll'ltllATRD) ruiiusiiiiuH VlnOU.C. I,0Wln, . I'ltRHIDRNT H.IJ. llVNSKt,, '. . HKC11lKrHY .1. 11. Dot.t.IHOS, t HlllTOIt OiiAa. II, Hkck Amsii. nuiroitAMANAonn OPKI0Krtii Uolllsoii lllock, Houtli Door KntrroilasHoooiul (Musi Mutter Oolotmr I, IWW, nt tho Post ollltu al titigiin, Ohio, luidur Act offDiiKioisor Moli J, I87l. Thursday, Jan. 16, 1908. WlIKN TUB lcgislfltUro Of Ohio in 1900 passed tho 2 cent pnBsongcr rato bill, tho railroad niaifagcrs declared it was ruinous and con fiscatory. Hut tho olllcal returns of all tho railroads in the stato for tho year ending Juno WO, 1007, us figured by tho Ohio railroad com mission, shows a substantial in crease over tho proceeding year This increase is duo to tho elimina tion of froo passes and excursion rates and tho natural growth of passenger traflic. The result in ...

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. — 16 January 1908

y. in -.1 ..rrmwwwr-t"www-fHw . ''1 l"! vl The Most Interesting Serial of the Winter is T H E IRON w A Story of the Building of the Central Pacific Railroad. WILL COMMENCE IN THE DEMO- NEI QUESTION FOR TE BS There Are a Great Many Brain Puzzlers In the List. MADE UP BY STATE COMMISSIONER Examination Tests for Teachera In Elementary Schoolc By Their An ewers to These Questions Those Who Desire to Teach Show Wheth er They Are Grounded In tho Rudl ments of Education. Following Is tho list of questions , ss proparod under direction of the Etate commissioner of public schools, nnd submitted at tho county cxnminn-. tion for teachers Jan. 4 for clomcnt ry school cortlflcutea: GRAMMAR. 1. Capitalize and punctuate the fol lowing: ' Quotation mark3 aro used to enclose words quoted from nn author or speaker or represented in narratives as employed in dialogue as by doing nothing says nn old proverb men learn to dd evil quick quick or i perish shrieked the exhausted hunter. 2. (a) Decline the n...

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. — 16 January 1908

t A. mtmmfm )rmmmxnnm&Kmfirrmmtui i m i .m imniiiiin.i in nun iu mni n nw wm'mmmmmmmmifvirmmmmm'im'tt'iiu "l'"Lpy s I GEORGE HALE Victim of tho Kalian's Bui lot Passes Away. On Friday of laht weok it 1 :30 o'clock in the nftcrnoon tho spirit of George Ilulo tool; its dopnrturo. Tho struggle for llfo was in vnin; tho bullet wound initialed nl the hands ot ills antagonist, proved fatal. It wns given out from tho sick rbom from tinio to time Inst Week that tho wounded man was getting bottor, and one person coming from the sick room said lie was doing ft no and would bo out in a fow days. Anothor over hearing the optimistic remark took tho pessimistic view and remarked that' Halo would bo out alright, but ho would be carried out, and that grewsome speculation came only too truo. , On Thursday Halo took percep tibly worse; hemorrhages set in and it was thought that ho could not survive the day but he lingered until Friday at 1 :80, when his death occured. His aged father fiom the lit...

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. — 16 January 1908

'Kr&twvir w'Tw'"i!3SS35!?5!' LA'S1 .7S JELT2T9 ' "J "' - ( i ,v o(, . - v ,yv--,K, --t v -.- ,.'&' T5I?,r 2 ' y .-' ' ' V" " " V fflWll'Mi "?"" SWMWti'lllijIWMlHIlJPHlgtaMW111 f9mmmmfn&re6Km!iarmFmm-at-9!m'mm!rflMiil-iU-ii .IL- i mi hhiiuiiiiiiiiijijliijH'ii').ihiihiu'Hhii 111 ijiiiiiuiaiiitwi'l'iuiffMWlilWWiilMii 1 1 y 55 4: snmiimiiimnnmitiimnimmmHiniimwniHimmtwiiK s Our Exceptional Clearance of 1 Dependable 1 Merchandise! 1 Continues. Price Cutting 1 en Willi No Parallel " SS This great Clearance marks our supreme efforts to 2 5 give you values absolute uncqualcd. Come tomorrow 3 cr and sec how well wc have succeeded. Note the magni- "ZZ 5 tudc of our stock, the range of choice and the cxtraor- -3 g dinary value of articles thrown out. Don't loose sight S of this great bargain event, it's your opportunity to 5 S secure merchandise for seasons ahead. Not one article S3 reserved, all go at sweeping reductions. i3 High Grade Footwear at Bargains Worth the Coming We direc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 January 1908

r,ri EICZ3EiaE2afihiBijH wi'mwiyyKiifiii1 i riiii.i nr e&-' a5B1?fflTsf "iu!wy-j eFqBKar Lmimiiiiin wiH NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Carbonhill Wliore.O whore, lull prosperity sono TUo wlso moiv mlRltt to Uliow Tliod.O. V. l4tti tho run Ami tlioy limit unly go. Tho pnnlo rencli; s fur mill wltlo And moil nro litlo on every side, TlioO.U. I'. will take it rlile lint lip Hnlt lllvor tlioy will gn. Tliootlior tlinu t'w-ui drover C. They wuntod llioworul to know, Tlioycilodntoml tlironli ovory piosi What will vie doltt our illsti os, All did cilrso nml none did bless Tlmtto tlio Wlit to lluusu tlioy mlKht go. It wns Old Orovor In 1)1 Hut It's tlio powor of monoy Tlioy nro trying to scroon tlio O. 0. I'. Which inn t(Os It look more runny. Tlioy will toll yon Just to wnlt Till things gut n llttlo straight, Tilings inny coition llttlo Into, Hut simply wnlt nml sou. Tlio minors work ono ilny rncli week, And living Its mighty lilgli, Hut hold your pence unci Jo not sponk, Hut wink tliootlior oyo,...

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. — 16 January 1908

&"' -rjV' -s ""' j'.' TJP- ( . .njw"fwii'y'pwyl iaiiiwiVi'wiiii)iiiJ "JvifP4tw'wi P)uijl'T 24 f waife" 'V b rt Hi .mil mnwawwHUPWWfiw c !' J SIJlViKS??. Co"'llB Wiyilcliwi of ttio franca Medical Imlltute. Dr. Wclat will do tnoro for yon nnd tniure perfect iucce and In tb IHOHIESI PCI3IBU tlmo and jou ro nt no charge. II lis fall, to heal ftlla to euro, Not a PENNY la lost to you II you aro at all dliiatliaed, Logan, Ohio, Monday, Jan. 20, 1908. Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Havo your oyos oxnmincd and tested by a aklllod Optician. Dr, Wost of tho Franco Medical Inetltuto Co,, will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glnssoB aro roqulrod lio will At you GO por cont lowor than any other firm. Wo grind IoIidcb to suit onoh person. If You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability v ..y Not Consult Froo an Exporloncod, Educated Spociallst, who is thoroughly oqulppod with tho nocossary appliances known to niodorn modlcal Belonco V It Will Pay You to Go 200...

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. — 16 January 1908

np '4 tWtt !t lamjwamwiiWPMjii Economizes the use of flour, but ter and eggs; makes the biscuit, cake and pastry more appetiz ing, nutritioiiB and wholesome. 2&&Kra rowder ABSOLUTELY PURE This Is Grape Cream of Tartar. it Sias No Substitute There are Alum and Phosphate of Lime mixtures sold at a lower price, but no housekeeper regnrdlne the health ol her family can afford to use them. Pleasant Valley Mrs. Ethel Blackstone and little son, Kenneth, called ot Mrs. Margaret Nihiser and famity, one day lust week. C. W. Zeigler took his depot ture Saturday evening, for Rock House Ohio. Heury Vuncuren, of Fairfield county, was the gust of his broth er, Isaac Vancuren, of our valley. Solomon Lentz made a business trip to Logan, Friday. Bill Dillon, of Logan, mistook this valley for the valley of the Nile in Egypt, and came here for corn, Saturday. While here he gave us a detailed statement of the work of the peoples's committee, of Logan. Geo. Conkel and Sol. Lontz were in Gibisonvi...

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. — 23 January 1908

' 'V r-rt -?-- "&N WAY" Starts Next Week. Don't Fail to Read It. THE DEMOGRAT-SENTINEL ) $ MB OHIO BT.ftoORAT, 37lt Tint No 4 tnn nOOKINO BKNTINIUi 07HitM Nn27 LOO AN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1908. The Only Dctnooratlo Ppor In tlio Oonnty Olrouhtlon 3000 Una Dollar Per Tear J : i Common Ploas Court. ml On Friday of lnt week Judge Hooves, of Linunstor, was in Lo gan holding court. The ease heforo him wan tlio application nindo for Koooivor to bo appointed for lite Comraoroial Club of Lognn. Tlio court appointed Goo. 11. William Hon, and he gavo bond of $1000. Tlio suit brought Wfm titled John F. White vh L. A. Warrtor. Tt Booma that an oJJLls'.atfon, callod tlio Comniorcinl Oltil) exist ed in Logan in tlio lied Warner building. It was incorporated for the purposo of promoting the Bocial being of its membership, and doing anything else that the club saw fit to do. The social organization had fitted up rooms in splendor, two rest-rooms with gorgeous loathor furn...

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. — 23 January 1908

ZTT-TZ " - v-XrngrrTtti, iv' ?? -'Y8 'Iv" ' A'" w yyiwijgBVJiNk 'A WMH j J-; ,? o HPHWHiltipwgii J ' "Tem,rSl DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rnntimiKD KvniiY tiiuksdat Monnino. Ifio Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. (tNCOIIPOIIATRH) l'tniiitsiiKiw Vlltntt.C. 1.0WHY, I'HKHtllRNT H.C1. IlANHEl,, HKOIIRTAIIY J. II, Dol.MSUN, KtllTUH OltAB. II. HECK AHW. KlIITOKtfcMANAtlKtl OF WOE: In Dolllnoii Mock, South Door Kuterodna Second Olnii Mnltur October 1, 1WW, nt tlio Post (iillco nt Iioumit Ohio, under Act otc'oiiRrusi of Mod :i, IH7H. Thursday, Jan. 23, 1908. Tin: uiu'UiiuoAN's linvo declared that tho tarllf must not bo revis ed In good times, becnuso it would upsot things. Now tilings arc up set wo must continue to standpnt lost it may make the upset moro disastrous. Under this Republi can logic we must still continuo to pay tribute to the trusts; still con tinuo to sco trust products sold cheaper abroad than here, still trust high prlcos instead of participating at tho bargain co...

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. — 23 January 1908

9'WwSrHj""S"W!f iff; ppipffQPIPappmnipqm(( Ptf1M yfy'H.f "Wff"flCTI K HMg rui ujim- n wi'j"f'l.iwimiiip.uL,i..)i. iiF-Jiiif-inwi ii'Dnmiuni um num mm m'j incm iuhimumiuh u it? Mtmfmmftmmmmmmmmtiim E sr Quit 5 I Mens', i rens OneJLot at a GREAT DEAL LESS. Another Lot at ALMOST YOUR OWN PRICE COME EARLY AND GET REAL BARGAINS. siniuiniuiiiiiiiuiiuiuiiiniiiiiiaiiiiiuiaiuiiiaiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiuuiuiiiiiiiiiiaitiiiuiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiuuiuiiiuiiniiiiiiiuiur EXCHANGE ADKLITII UOKDKll NEWS. Mrs. Kennedy, the venerable mothor of Elmer Konndy, trustee of Saltcreok township, Hooking county, fell from her bed Wednes day, and sustained a serious frac ture of the right arm at the wrist. Dr. Barton was called and sot the fracture, but on account of her ago, there is not much hopes of her ever rogaining uso of tho mem ber. Tho acoidont happened at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Jeff Fethorolf on Blue Creek. Mrs. Kennedy sustained, aside from tho fracture, painful bruisos to hor body, while the shock wi...

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. — 23 January 1908

'Kmmm'mw PPPB PW NEWS or OTHER TOWNS Long Run. As no hows aro scon In the Dum ooratSbntini:l from this neck of tho woods, wo will jot down a fow for onco. Our now olllcor, Charles Stump, landed two oironders In 'Squire Ebort's court last week. Each Man "dug down" nnd paid tho flno of $5.00 and costs, oaoli (lad to got olF with that amount for disturbing eervlcos at tho U. B. church at South Terry, Sam Mooro is cutting wood for Goorgo Oroiglow, at tho prcsout. xjvuiiio juubustuii hub u oicu ux ff the grippo. Our school at No. 5 is progress ing nicoly with Miss Edna White as teachor. Charlie Stump has purchased nnother fajm. Some of our formers attended tho Instituto at Laurclvillo last week. All report a good tinio and say they never got too old tj loam. Wilson Stump, of Strootor, III., is visiting relatives in this vicin ity at present. Wm. Tobin is erecting a cattle shod for Benjamin White. We aro having a very mild win tor so far; rain, then mud; then snow, then more mud. Wishing ...

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