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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 February 1908

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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. — 6 February 1908

T5 3? ? 53" yyWWgWnuP ffWMWO&JtfriM WifttrmMnHTUM fM 'ftTAAt WWIWjlWfWtfWrt I Ir f NEWS OF OTKER TOWN Mathctiy tccelttly purchased a hund'su groat ns tljey probnbly wished Hay baler of S. '.. Stukey, Hie slcol-j ror, The tiftermmn was spunt I ti tVUIliltU ll'tWIIUll lllilll Stlio exalted liuad of tho of Sugar Grove, did his stunt by having n pair ol , arrested for holding up p, Houndville I take pleasure In jotlng down low of our latest happenings. George Collide waj hauling wood for 1. Brown last wool;. Will Brown Is cutting timber for N. II. Springer. Hunting and trapping Is about all that Is going on at this place. The phonograph entertainment at Tsaac Brown's, Thursday night, was well attended. All present had a good nine, as s. K (Jonttel lias a very good phonograph. Miss Blanche Hrown and AV111 Urown also furnished some good music with the accordian. Before the people departed for their homes Miles Willlard sang a very en tertaining song which was enjoyed by all. Wednesday...

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. — 13 February 1908

vr fwfr3fp A AAJLr JLJLArmXjrM'jtM A -uJLAi A MAmLM JlBite TUT. OHIO DliMOORAT. 37th tear No 7 THR HOOK'INO B11NTINEL 07tUYoat Ho 30 LOGAN, MOCKING COUNTV, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1908. Th OnlyfiemooratloPaptr In tfca (friiinty Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per Taaf THE WHEELS OE THE COURTS GRIND EXCEEDING FINE Largest Circuit Docket on Tap Last Week in History of Hocking County. COMMON PLEAS AND PROBATE COURTS DOING BUSINESS All Classes of Crimnality Their Just ClUOUIT COURT, At t ho conclusion of u week of hard work in Logan, tlio Circuit Court roudored decisions on eleven enses, Friday of lust week. Tlio first case unraveled wus that of Brookcr vs Tom Prico ot nl. Tlio opinion was delivered by Judge Cherrington. This oaBe is fninilinrlj' known about Logan, becaiiBC of the lack of memory on the part of the en tiro membership of the "bar asso ciation." Brookor jumped the rules of the Logan Liquor League. He was fined. Would not pay. They iired him, and wore alleged lo have boyco...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

n W'jpwHhf J1 ' '!""Wi' gH iUiii imiit. btwrttwiimtmMm 0EMOCRAT-5ENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runuaiiKD kvrijt TiiunsnAT mohniho, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNt'OltPllltATRll) rum.iMMUUH VlltlitfiC'. I.OWUY, I'llKSlDKNT H.a.llANSRU . . HKOHKTAltY J. It. DoM.ISCI.V, ... KD1TOH BIIA8. II, 11KCK - AHIrt, KillTOKAMANAOKH OKFMUKi-In llolllson lllook, South Door hnteretlns Hecoi.d Olnsj Mntter Ootciucr 1, I WW, lit tlio I'osKiinco lit r.oisnii, Ohio, nmlorActnf(;nnKro3HOf Mofi H, 187V. Thursday, Feb. 13, 1908. Evtfitv mak with open mind, who still strives to find the causes of tho panic, the long array of idlo locomotives, tho nrmios of the un employed nnd of tho royival of the Rouphouse mode of relief, with the depression in industries, will ac cord Senator Koraker respectful consideration while reading his speech before tho Ohio society in New York. lie catalogued all tho fashionable reasons assorted and added one that he finds many col leagues are believing. It is possi ble ...

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. — 13 February 1908

ft- V' ar l ' i 'ti ) o .'. Tn,j I evtrnto.-i jj nun i nij w tCTUMf-M ft COMING tO LO'O AN,, OHIO AMBROSE Tfwhnii C?ia !- w from 9 p.m. (o 5 1 in. iioia a lo.naay, reo. 17. onb day only IT WILL PAY Y6U TO GO 200 IVllLES TO SEE Dr. C.C.Wei st Tho Wall Known Columbia Spoolnllat Wha will visit abare named town on datM peclfied. For ruotetlmn 10 years Dr. Welst lias mtl. te,iUr monthly visits to tin principal cities ol Ohio. His 1m i practice In Ihl tomnninlty IslarSflvdur to the hearty recommenda. tldns of those whom lie has trea'ed. Why not consult a well known specialist who has earned an islattlislied rerm taton among you? XHVoraiiJ Diseases of ftIon and Women Dr. Welst Diseases Chronic1 MIMake :l$i:ju devoted lii lite to the sttlo; c'Chro i I.' t6h are ainicted. haw can vou make a MIMt getting free ot charge'the honest opinion of an exptrWnySil. educated SnccUIIst. who at tfreal exnense dualilied himself and provided the necessary facilities far (lie suecestlnl treatment ol Chronic...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

jp't ffw j-iiK'!'fiWy g , '" VfMMW1PW(f iwwiPEfflPWIMH f ' r & r LOCAL ID PERSONAL Mrs. Will Kisolu spout Monday in ColiiinbiiB. Mrs. Dr. Aplln spent Monday in C'oluinltUB. Mr. nnd Mr'. A M. ripurka loft Mondny for Lancaster. Mr. Jno Morris of Rockbridge, was in Logan Monday. Mls Mary Wngnor of Lancas ter, ppont Sunday in Logan. MIbs Cora Fitzgerald spont last week at her home, at Elk Fork. Dr. Lyon is still confined to Ills home with a sevoro case of the grippe. Mr. Clias. Townson, of Lancaster, was a business visitor to Logan, Tuesday. Mrs. C. C. Jackson of Rook bridge, was a visitor to Logan last Saturday. C. V. Wright was in McArthur, Tuesday, on business before tho Circuit Court. Mrs. Z. L. Garrison, of Lancas ter, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Yontz. Dr. and Mr. Cuerriiiutnn spont Sunday at Porter with the former's parents. Mrs. Ashler Allbii, of Ilnyden ville yisitcd relatives in Logan, Saturday last. Mr, Noah McCowan of Rock bridge, was a pleasant caller at this o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

K 'wgTHS8aBlnmMWPMBBB .J 'v. v " iiafliigilBWBMMMIPPi'H "" 'I ' MriaCT'WrBlPfU(JWWMi'1Mllflllll.UiiJWPVlWJfcWW ilu'ij WBjigwBeiJfetHwwHiiiaiwgwMMg'wtjaartw MoMKvnvxnkn ms&Soi w"n It--' 5ra&?to$fc ft mi wtvV" r fv X I f Jf V V V Milk A Social Tho Knights of St, John hold n very ploasnnt social nt their hull In tho Frnsoh block Inflt Tuesday evening. Curds woro indulged in for Rovornl hours, after whicli n splendid lunch wns sorved W- R. C. Officers Entortained Mrs. J. T. Sanderson ontertnin ed tho olllcora of the V. II C. Monday evening, wliero tlio Mutual Oo-oporntion subjects of the orllor wore discussed. A nice lunch was enjoyed hy tho ladies. Danco Messrs. John White, Harry Rose and Bort Stodotn hnvo issued invi tations for an informal danco at Red Mens Hall to-night. Quite a number of out of tyuvn poople will attorid. Tho Orchestra arriv ed from Columbus this morning and at the Hotel Ambrose during tho dinner hour today, discoursed some very beautiful selections. Sowine;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

MMaMMBHMMJMMMMMMMMMl Li ; , . . i :...- . - .- .MLi&sMlmmlBiiUKKMmM3M't PPMlHiPPffiifBlHSM . m f - - - .. t JEIROHWAT TALE 8YN0P8I3. CIIArTRR l. The Btory opctn during a trip of tho "Ovorlniul Mnir' through th Hocky mountains, while cffortB are be ing made" to build up tho country. "Unclo Silly" Dodge, singe driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, and Phfneas Cndwnl ler, Introduced. They come across the remains of u massacre. I.uter nt An thony's station, they find the redskins havo carried tholr destruetlvo work there also. CHAPTER Il.-Stelln Anthony, duiiBh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In troduced. The travelers llnd thut An thony has been killed. CHAPTKIt lit. Vincent with letter of Introduction to dov. Stanford it assigned Ills work In unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built, lie hears of s.ife arrival of Stella Anthony in a letter from her. CHAPTER IV. The Whip of the Blast. Doep In a small gulch, the red earth bleeding through Its torn inantlo, crouched...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

feT ffSJ V T j5 tT v W IfPf WMtaSHW V, " "T-JTW i (,!' i i fcMMHGnn6feMm Snow Fork Ab I liave'nt soon tiny nows from this place for Bomo tlmo, 1 thought I would toll you of a few of the happonings around liuro. Tho littlo child of Mr. Charles McUtolland, who was reported as boihg on tho Btolc list somotlino ago, 1b but very littlo hnprovod at proBont. Pourl Hollyor and wife huvo boon quito sorioiiBly allhotod with grippe, tho last fow days. Several of tho littlo folks at tho homo of Ilonry Wilson havo boon quito Horoly allliotod. Wo nro glad to report thorn improving. A few days ugo G. H. Trimmer reported all sick at his homo but tho Teddy-boar, and ho was look ing rnthor brown. Sinco then ho reports all uro improving but Ted dy, and ho is looking still browner. Poor Teddio. Mrs. N. M. Acko", who Hvob with her daughter, Mrs. G. 1$. Hooper, bos been quite poorly tho last few days. Dr. Hayman, of Murray, was called in to render medical assistance. Wo are glad to report her as being sl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 February 1908

1 , l T ,v i M 7 V . t .-tTT-T--y7,liyjyj) in iiwit ji wwwffwwMWCTrinwiHiwMM wumiiimiii n m imi wwiih iwni HHiiL''iinniiiiiwiiiiwimili JH t'i k M ) NEWS OF OW Buzzard Avenue QulU1 :i number fiom I Ills place at tended tlio HupiKu paily at Frank Manilas'. Monday evening, and ie ported a line time. If anyone wants any of Long fellows poems It would pay to call on Elmer Matlilas, or Ilockhridgi'. Noah Stlvoison worked for Andy Rlsh last week. L. S. Shaffer was a business visitor to Murray City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stoughton, of near Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ooldle Stlverson. Mrs. John Halley Is very low at this writing, with consumption. Klwood Stlverson, Harry and Pied Matlilas and Lucius Rider weie Lo gaii vlsltois Tuesday. Counthv Kid. Cedar Grove Mrs. Catharine Niliart and daugh ter, Elizabeth, are on the sick list. Death has again invaded the quie tude of our little hamlet, bearing Mrs. Belinda Beery to the great un known. Mrs. Heery was an octoge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 February 1908

fiiVf-tatAiiinnl'Ti' &' RMMHBEB mM' MrW',w,flf f ( Mg!r?prf? V ; ,vr. ' DEMOeRA T TUB OtltO DfiMOORAT, 27tli Yoar Ko B TUB HOOKINu BBNTINBI, 07tli Year No 31 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1908. Th Only Democratic Papor in tlm County Olronlatlon 3000 One DoUnr Per Yenr MMMmiiftiiJUdiafflmango jFjrgr EgrW5athaWW5BaK'li HMUH'HHMilrfll" HWWMM.caaw3rvw' 1 i OT TT '". II m m l if 1 1 1 1 I Lecture C n JS m tMMM ww mm 1 1 mm wwmw Little Raccoon Creek. Revival meeting at Ilesboro and Fairviow continues, progress is be ing iniulo at botli places. Miss Carrie Steele spent several days lost week visiting friends and attending church at Ilesboro. Miss Jennie Johnston spent part of last week visiting friends and attending church at Fairviow. Mr. Theodore Stone and family, called on Jacob Radicles ono even ing last wool;. Public services wore fairly well attended at Mt. Pleasant, Sunday. Nickel Plate The Nickel Plato school is com ing to n close, only I more weokB. Mr. K...

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. — 20 February 1908

I.I 1U JV l jrITMwiyiUih.Wgte , , M ViT 3MK nwtfNQrimUMMMi v,uM as wcm-M ,A.. A.,L.,&... ,.. ;, , ' ' G . . &-,i..lLj&MWbJk ' '" ' ' '!'- 11 I .T I fc-J , fc-Jfcj tJ,MaMMM, la k kA n DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUTlMSItKI) RVRHY Tl! MURRAY MOHNtNO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOUl'llltATKIl) I'UIIt.tHIIKttH VllUltnU. I.()VltY, l'llBHIIlKNT H.ll. HANHfl., HKCUKTAHY J. It. Dul.fifHIN, KlItTUIt OlIAS. II, Hl-CK A . i:illlOlltlMANA(IKH OKriOKt-lM Dolllson Wools, Houtli Door Entered nti Hoeoiul dluii Mntlvr October I, 1WM, nt Ilio lo Hill cu at I.otfnn, Olilo, under Act or UoiiHrosi of Mull il, ls;ti. Thursday, Feb. 20, 1908, Oni; cox mini' rum of grout vnliie, though it comes about indirectly, in the President's labored defense of bis violation of the spirit of the civil service in the interests of Tuft's cniididucy is the frunk way in which the matter of making Federnl appointments is there stpted. These the interested know are mado bj the President o...

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. — 20 February 1908

Hi . iwiaaaK?' rtf-.Aj A. y X 4 - . ' irfsw3ttii & u- yJ t aW rw? 'ikzALfirt r . .ii t U , If " 1 Afc.J : '"" wT?mmwmmmmwmBmm hw$Mwm r v i v 'immmfWTvwmmmmm ' "i n '" " vvp a r p RMMM9QW V IHMn iLi; , wPISP k p.j i frff"JtmiirWHWnWWWWTffMiCTWWI What is cliiimoil to bo a Vital weakness in both tllo lluffmuti primary olcotlon bill which piiBScd tho Senate, and tlio Brousonbill is that It gives to tho dominant fuc tion tho control of the primaries tluough tho appointment of tho solo olinllongur. It is argued that the importanco of a direct prlinury is to permit opposition to tho "machine-" and under tho pro posed plans tho independents could havo no chnllongers or witnoesdB. Tho Hull'man bill, despite tho fact that serious opposition was threat ened passed tho Senate without a disonting vote, It received 02 votes, Sniintorn Carter, Uosc and Sites being abuont, and Senators ACvell and Williams not voting. Amendments wero odopted by Senator Howe that signors of nom ination petitions ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 February 1908

-.t, "t rjc- jFn jwp jy -mgfW fr urn wTOHJi"! BMtmmm rwufwii WWW 1Maw tBwtttM&4iMnwmti&iiwi&&&M'if0B Bryan In Columbus. Tin rrecptlon which Columbus gnvu to William Jennings Bryan, Tuesday, was certainly complete us to detail. Mr. Bryan wip, truly, int the guest of h pnrty, but tlio guest of tho pcoplo of the contrnl city of u groat statu. Ileal' dents of many other portions of the 8tnto cumo in groat number also, and they, too, wore tho guests of Columbus and treated as such. Thero was a nnnn-d'iy luncheon at tho palatial home of Col.Jns. Kll bourno in honor of Mr. ltryan and of ex Governor Gampboll, tho mombers of tho legislature recep tion committee and President Wil liams of tho Senate partook. Then the meeting in the chamber of the house of representatives, at which hundreds heard the elcq-ient Nob rnslcan give his views of tlio pro posed law to guaranteo bank de posits. Jn the afternoon, following tho meeting in the houso chamber, tlioro was a reception in ...

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. — 20 February 1908

"yJTI WVinnifW(r"V'3nTf"ff'&V' "'" -n)liiyHff W(rqcpB!WHn -W-rawiKV -i iww wnt-ypwn 'pjCTiy,yTWfS T -' Wj -5yyp- 75 V"VTt" -"(.wpp. I1 pM"""f irwwfpi 1IETY AN D CLUB N WS Tourist Mrs. Fhtl Hoohtster will reooiyo tlio Tourist Club, Friday. Nondoscript Mrs. Will liiHolo will nntortiiin tlio Nondoscript Club, Thursday afternoon and evening with a Washington party. Youne Girls Sowinsj Club MIbm Mury Patterson cntcrtuincd tlio Young Glrlj Sewing Club, Friday ovoning with n tnll'y pul ling. In n sowing contest, Flor otico Lutz secured the prize, n fancy work box. Younq LadiGs Sowine: Circlo Miss Sophia Smith wits hostess for the Young Liulics Sewing (lir do, Snturduy ovoning, honoring Mi38 Ruth liiehop, of Columbus, 11 former member. The evening was spentfeocially. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. John Smith was u visitor. High Fivo Mr. and Mrs. Will Messier, of Glonvicw Heights, invited in a few frionds Friday night of last week for 11 high-five sitting. Mrs. Kd. Rochester receiv...

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. — 20 February 1908

v$rjpVriiw ywwyjipiijijji ij jwipmnpfijn mmm I l" i r " . jQ A TALE OF THE BUILDERS V ' SYN0P3I3. CIIArTnn I. The "tnry oponi during a trip of tlio "Oveilnnc! Mall'' tlitotiKh tlie Itockv mountains, while ffriirbi nit 1" in'f iiBiil- lo build up tli couillrj". "Unelo Hilly' Dodge, Miiko drlvpr, Altrcd 111- , rent, a young num. mid I'lilncin Cadwul ler intiocluced. Thoy eomo ncross the I remains of u imimMcrt. Inlr at An tltom'fi Btntlon, Ihey llnd tile reilskliiH h.o carried tlifllr dentmetlve work tbcio i ulao. I I'tlAPTKll II. Slr-llu Anthony, dnuRh tcr of Anihonv, keeper of fttntlon, Is in- ' trkiucpil. The travelers find Unit An- thony hua been killed. rilAt'TKtl III. Vlrcent with letter of lnirniliiftinn tn Hiiv. fiuinford Is ufwlRned lilt im It In unc.ii Dilute plana of enemies of r.illroad, hHiiK built. Hi- lu-iirs of hiiIo imlval of Stella Antliotiy in a letter rrom her. (TU'THIl IV. Vincent vlslt.t town win ro rstllioad men are workliiK on ruml und iwpIvph token of uhWiiii ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 February 1908

4 W'www'fyipfcy Vlft jWffJHffl'wff fK ' ' ' M WW'TW-BV jp 'if if ml wfyf ptj) fpfyr-yTW' ypgr yt v w - yrr it- t -r -r w-- - -, ,- w. t? -- 3 MiiMifrBimimnwLgjnnnrwHij miPwiiwwn POOR OLD SI! GOT STUCK Made a Very Rough Jour ney Over Bremen Route, Number J, EmtoU) DnMooKAT'Sr.NTmm. : I took a short trip through ti portion of Marlon township, that portion wherein lies part df tlio Bremen route, No. J. I loft Lo gan, Monday, l'ollowotl the Straits villo road as far as Chas. Nuno makor'H, thonco duo wost, up Old Town, until I reached Sam 8t. Clair's, whoro tho Bremen route, No. 1, meets Logan routo, No. 2. I then turned to the right, going duo north, for posBibly one-fourth of a mile, taking the left hand road up to and past Reason Barnes homo. It was about the "time tho chickens go to roost' when I reached Mr. Barnes' homo. I reached tho house just as 'Barney' wus coming in from Iiib feeding. I asked him if ho could keep a poor orphan boy, destitute, tired and hungry, over night. Ho re...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 February 1908

s m .fin !- (.". .vou ' -v-r - rff5-W-p J1 jJUftfc IIIWtlMWI MMMtomtMMHW JllflWHfflWOTfc.HW'fllWW"' iILwhU ui Webb Summit Oho of Uio prettiest, recent wed illnffs occurod at the homo of Mr. and Mm. Levi lied, when their charming daughter, Miss Gladys Red, was unltod in marriage to Mr. Charles Altop, or Unrc. Tlio Core nioiiy was performed bv Rev. A. B. Wcathorby. Tho rooms wore beauti fully decorated In while. Tito bride was radiant In blue sill;, while the groom was attired in the usual black. Following the wedding eeicmony a wedding dinner was served, perfect in every appointment. Tito color scheme for the dining room was white and, pink. Only Immediate relatives wcriMtrecnt, which number ed twent.-llvo. TIiom) from a dis tance weie; Mis. Elizabeth ited. of Lo gan, Mr. flowaid lied, of Columbus. Mr. .lolni Mowery. of I.ogan, Mr. Jsaac Bloser and wife and Mr. Carlos Wolfo Following the wedding dinner they were escorted into the parlor w here a few beautiful selections of music were...

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. — 27 February 1908

Tfv & ' jy- -''- THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINBL. THE OHIO DEMOORAT. 27thTrNo 0 TUB HOOKINChBRNTINEL 07th Ym No 32 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1908. The Only Dcmoorntlo Paper In the Oonnty Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per tear ft-J,wT"'Fj V-- i 01 LAWS PROPOSED Senate and House .Intro duce Bills. HOPPER FILLED On all Subjects the Solons Think Wisely. IN TIIK SKNATB, The senate agrood to the Iioubo amondmonts to the Rnthburn reso lution providing for the investiga tion of the Ohio penitentiary, by fixing the date when the report shall bo submitted to the general assembly on March 25th instead of March 10th. President Williams then named Senators Ward, HuiL'mnn and Law yer as the committee on the part of the senate. Senators Ward and Huffman are Demoorats and Sena tor Lawyer is the Republican rep resentative in the proposed probe. Senator Gayman introduced an important bill, modeled after the Now York state law, prohibiting the "watering" of the stocks of all public c...

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. — 27 February 1908

DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. puni.ifiiiRii RVF.nr TiuiiHi)A.y MonNtso. TJie Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCllllPIIHATItll) IMTIII-tMlIIIUS VIIWHI.C. l.nVlt, I'HKMtllKNT H.C1. HANMRI., HKOUKrAUY ,1. II. PUM.IMON, HlHIOIl t'UAM. II. Iln-K A MM. ntlllllllil MANAHK.lt OKKHJMj In lloUlson lllock, Hautli lioor KtitProd in Hpooi.rt Olim Mutter Oololior I, WOJ, nt the Post olllci' lit l.ngnn, Ohio, lliulur Ai!t nttlnllMlosHOf Mi'li :l. tS7l. Thursday, Feb. 27, 1908. Pity tiii: Republican rcpresonta tivo Bceking u renomintition. The mnssos of. Ills party can see nothing yot hut Roosevelt, nnd tlio iiiiteliiiiiutM cum see anything but him. The member litis to ac qnieeo in the Cannon standpat, ilo-nothing policy. He must seek renomintition from hands that, generally speaking, are iignin9t thu President. Then he must get olected, if lie can, by those who a thousand times over fuvor Roose velt against his party reaction itriest The representative who gets back for another term mu...

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