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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 May 1906

t--k "" ,-' j!rr,fwi!'"r;"'.7,r' M f ' ' Tl ?T" , "-VB - & DEMOGRA TSENTINEL THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. astH. Year, Number 18, THE HOCKINO SENTINEL. 6,15th. Year, Number 52. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKINO COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1906. '"W COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. The recurrence each yonr of thin, a glorious week, in the his tory of our public schools, bright oiih tlio pathway of tho years of plodding nlong In dull school work mid 'trudging tunny days through tho snow and wet, up that big hilt tluit guts steeper na tho spring ruys warm up tho flan nels. Thoro la 11 oortnin star, lending tho weary youngster on mid up; a star, lllco tho will-o-tho-wisp, that they roach mid reach for but never attain, but which points the way tf a pot of gold beyond tho misty swamp; a treasure that 1b sealed with a sheep-skin that roust iifst be possojsed, ero tho tronsuro ia opened to the seeker. This diplo- nrn, this gala weok, these honors, the nuiaio, the choors, tho excite...

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. — 31 May 1906

jtffiiivttyirmT "E1WFW?5it)',wrMH"" "Cf r -"-ptff K uuuiJumiiniuiLjj emimpwuwHWMimj Political Indorsement. This proposition of party oiidorsomoiils i.s gutting to tlio place where it should have been all along. There was a time when party conventions, groat and small, would pass flaming resolutions endorsing every patron saint thai they had hoard of in their party from Trosidont to School Direc tor, whether good or bad, regardless of his services in office or character out of office. Jt has now come to pass that the independent thinker goes to the conventions and is not put ty in tho hanjls of a few, to say "aye" to every motion mndo by a hooler, or applaud every mention of a congressman or a senator of his party. Tho promptings to tfieso a certain Kopublican county convention hold in Slubenville Tuesday of last week. The delegates fought all day in scath ing oratory for a::d against endorsing Senator .J. V. Forakor, resulting finally in striking-his name from tho roll of honor by a...

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. — 31 May 1906

sny-pan'" tfsmmsmm Screen Doors Screen Windows SPECIAL! s'SftSg?L-KKNB 9$c per pound Lawn Swings, Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers i1 p w CD &2 " Notice to Farmers and Builders PBBSf 34 - X t vj yrmyjrsQfrr i'niiiyiT'niHMii""m' ' iMimimiiiiiMiiiminmip iMmiiiwmiimwn. npo iijiihu i"i; ninnn i iiiminiuini mm in i i muyiiii urn i n urn imii i nw imi miii i umi.in jh.iu. n mm i j iliiiiiiiiiiu huh, luiihiwwiij jm juum i inm,i 'i.pij'i i mn jmn niiin.ui ihlim.i Juminninnnn'inwmiiiiiiiiiiiiimim,'mn'mMnwiw iijum m l. . .. - umi i .. ., , . , l j fl '"" imwiWHWrM 1WB 0 c be g X1 Ice Cream Freezers Refrigeators In a Very Poorly Played Game. TWELVE TO TWO Tells the Tale of What They Handed to Us. Logan's Nemesis must have blossomed into twins, and botli were on duty Sunday. The lin ing wns walloped out of the local team in a manner calculated to provoke tears. Tho visitors seemed to have things all thoir own way from the beginning, and trotted around the bases till you couldn't rest. There were 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. — 31 May 1906

TrsSsr??! W"" I w imfmwmnym." u ' iiiwwwwiiwgfyg!WBPgjgiBBwma'j ' i 1 ibulcwui !. wwMWf DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLYNEWSPAPER. rofiLimiKti r.vr.RT thukbdat MfinNtHO. The Logan Printing aid Polishing Co. tiNcoBPoftAT'r.n) runwsnftns IKcltl, C l.OWtlT, H.U, ItANSF.L, J. 11. DoLLISOtf, I'ltF.SItir.ST Hr.rnisTAnT Editor OKKIUt'.:-In DtillUon Block, South Door, Klitf fed nt the PoMofllco tu t.ognli,Old, as BeconUGIau Mall Mutter, Thursday, May 31, 1906 Announcement. KMTOK I)KM0t'ltAT-8KNrlNKI I Unreby announce my nanin for tlm iiom- limtloii of Innrmnry Director of Hocking County at the Doinocratlc prltnary eloctlon JtAttlON NtTTTKR. REPUBLICANS Boss White Scoops Square Dealers. the On Saturday last the Republi can County Central Committee met and the White crowd led the Sduare Dealers into an ambuBh and scalped them all. The "Har wony(?)" agreement was to elect Dr. Wood chairman, but White had the power and he aj plied it, turning Wood down for Lush Hull, and time it is war again to the ...

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. — 31 May 1906

VlW 'HJWf"! - ( p 'L IWPWWWPiW LOCAL IIS. Mallga Qfnpoa. COMLY'S. Tom WAkelj?, of Lanonstcr, spent Siimlny here, The Logan Foundry shut down for three days this week. Mrfl. Tom Fields visited tier par cuts, in Shawnee, thin week. Fancy I'inonpploft, COMLY'S. Squire J. L. Younkor, of Mnx ville, wns in Logan, Friday. Mr. Chris. Voreo spoilt Friday and Saturday in Nelsonvlllo. Mrs. Jennie Tom, of Columbus', visited relatives hero this week. F. M. Stevons of Nelsonville, was in Logan Friday on business. Anything you want in Tea or Cdirees. COMLY'S. Mr. Kamo Ferguson spent sev eral days, of tho past week in Log an. Miss Anna Morgan, of Nelson ville, was u Logan visitor yester day. Mr. J. P. Henderson visited bis family here for Bevorul days this week. Mrs. A. C. Sands, Jr., left for Cincinnati last Friday, to visit iier 'folks. Ti L. Cline of New Straits ville, was a Sunday visitor at Logan . Mrs. H T. Silverthorn is visit ing her daughter, m Mount Ster ling. Mrs. W Itounsavell of, Colum...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 May 1906

i rmmff mmtm mMVSiiwmw mum i u mumiww i w fwwwiwwwwwiwpiaa www J SIMM ,WU3. MISS FLORENCE WIESER. A TitlMited Arllt CniHimtrd With (Uo Grup.rHiilili'iil Siirvur. Miss Plor-eucu Wleser of Wuslilns ton, wliu is In tli employ or the koo grnnlitcul survey, Is an artist whose lore for brush and pencil botan with babyhood, The passion for drawing led her first to portrait painting, then to Hue pen and Ink work anil on to Hit; Nclentltlc ami artistic reproduction of naturo In fossil form. Ml Wleser possess an enviable name anion? kcli'utltlc students throuchoiit trcoloslc.i) and utunolcglciil field. She does a grade of work In the ferreting out of flue de'all in fossil brtehiapods and trilobllwa that has rarely, perhaps never, been eipialed, and as a result she 1 much iu demand by tbuaw engaged lu research or au thors of monographs upon sclimtltie NUbJects. Sli has liven connected with the survey for the past twelve years, where her collection of drawings forms part of the great stride in ...

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. — 31 May 1906

p W"WiiljaMU.l1Ufi,MWrTWttMlUl BggffilM'itUIJtJglMMWMltMWMa'WM ;'"JI1U 1 IMMMBM" ?fft .'fwJfJfpWBS oor fashion LETTER. Outing Gowna Are Now of In terest to Womankind. uvr.N ni:nr.T!ii:iuiSoi:ss ukkinh (Uncle Velvet In A mi In Popular Pur 'rrliiiiuliiK Siiimiirr Dienm-n The Cornelet Skirl Still In Puvor mid IiHtely to Continue) Tlio titliletle Klrl Ims Iil-coiho u per nitinunt factor lit tlio world of. snort, mill fnslilou trmk'sniun lnivo learned to enter to all liur ruqiilt-uiuuutti In thu way of correct iU'urh, untl homo stun nliij; "ftpurtliiK tKH" iiro In Ihi soon lit Hie shops. There Is n now koHIiik shirt Unit will ho nppft'cliitiMl hy thu expert on tlio links. It Is htilll Minu'Wlmt on tlio Hue of a mini's ucxllxi'o shirt. It kos A HMAltf TLANSCIi OOWN. on over tho head and fastons In front with hllnd hand and buttons, slltted .but halfway down, and an absurd imtch poukJt upon tlio loft side. Tho sleeves reach to the elbow only and have no looked folds, but are out bhort 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. — 31 May 1906

Bja.iY tasagmTFH V fj as ' r " POUND GUILTY AND ALL FINED Trial of Bridge Companies and Agents Concluded In Huron County. CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY Court Likely to Take Action on the Grand Jury Report at Bucyrus New Lima Hospital Trustee Announced. Workmen Burned to Death Other Intelligence of Ohio. Norwulk, O., May 30. A Jury In crlmlnnl court returned h verdict of gultty Uiialnat seven btldge companies for restraint of trade. Tin seven bridge agents indicted for conspiracy against trade were also fonud guilty. The companies were fined $1500 and costs, each and five agents $230 and costs each. Henry Hughes, who was recently tlued lu Eriu county, was lined $123 and costs. The companies and agents found Etlilty are W. N Cleveland, H. G. Hammond, Henry Hughes, W. H. Lyons, J. H. Hilton. V. C. Lalblln, Cauton Bridge company, Masslllon Bridge company, the Belle fontalne Bridge Sc Iron company and the Brackett Bridge company. Sensational testimony was given by James U. Adams, Jr., of the f...

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. — 7 June 1906

? VP -TpfT4 yqwy-nwifw v- t "p t jm- rrt ft j'T M"& DEMOQRA TSENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. ; 35th, YearJ Number 19, THE HOCK1NQ SENTINEL 66th. Year, Number 1. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year, LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 7. 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County gpppnwp njf wpjd'wpfpu.if I) v r aaHinifHimminnrnmnimninimnimmmnimmm Ifor 400H tiiiiiiiiaiuiaiiiiiiiaaiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii CONDITIONS REVOLTING Moats in Packing Houses Filthy. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Sends to the Senate a Re markable Message. Washington, Juno 5. President Roosevelt wants a thorough Inspec tion of meat products from hoof to can at the packing houses. Ho urges It In his special message to congiess, and advises the enactment of the Bov erldge amendment to the agrlcultuial appropriation bill. This message was sent to congress with the report made to him on con ditions at the packing houses as found by Charles P. Neill and J. B. Reynolds, who were speclully commissioned...

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. — 7 June 1906

"wjjw -w-sjjjr!?"? V- (eWlnWW''!W9WP!l'9l9m SUFFER THE jf mill nnrm IB UHlLUKtN UIMUIIJMUBKBMHHMMRnBB mm uu.ni imnmuuu jii ijiimitjuuM BcnxMumm iiujuiwuawi To Come Unto Mo, For of Such IS THE KINGDOM Of Heaven," Was Christ's Admonition. (Hliito.lmmml.) The luibit of being short and gruff" to children is pernicious. There lire men unci women who slight them in in muter und tone, us if tliey were of little consequence, and do not think for 11 moment thut such condtiot toward them in really hurtful. If nil young people wsre treated with consideration and courtesy, it would change the face of the world. Thero would be more hap piness, more sincerity, more con sideration for others. A gentle man was passing down the street after dark, when from a llttlo crowd of girls and boys on the steps of a public edifice came the question : "Whnt time is it, please?" The. gentleman stopped, took out his watch, and answered the question in the most leisurely manner, and touching the infor mation with...

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. — 7 June 1906

ui.iiumJUiiwiBwwtiijiwyjiijtijitii)tBjwy'Wit?t!)y -' ra ' ' h III DOUBLE HEADER. Loso and Win With tho Grosoonts, TWO NICE GAMES. Pomoroy Takes Us To a Trimming. Aa we predicted in our account of the game with Shawnee Inst week, Logan came up in thu next Mutch, agaiiiRt tho CroHunts, Dec oration Day, with nil sails Hot mid drawing, and put up a good game. They lout in tiio morning, with very good reason. Brooks opened for tho Creeonts by striking nut, and Parsons "grounded to Buntz. Jones gavo a lly to Wobb, and the latter made his first error on those grounds by mulling it. Jones died, however in an attempt to steal second. The second inning showed up for the visitors a lly to right, grounder to short, and a strike out. In the third, Riley got a base on balls, riielan singled, Brook got first on a fumble at short, and Parsons doubled; this with a wild throw from second, scored three runs for the Cresonts. The next three men fanned the breezeB. The fourth inning went "somethin' simi...

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. — 7 June 1906

-"T, iirvi s -"-sipc wr& wt-t! "" "T "W$i w,', " rflf,'?j(f!i?l,'r i . j' fwwmmjuww""iiwiiini" DEiVlOCRA'i-SENTINUL. a wmklyImewpaper. rVllMSUKt. KVKIIT THUttSDAY MUllNlNUi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNConVOllATtltl) PunusHuns tltdtl, C, LoWRY, It. 11. ltAN'SKt., J. tl. Dtir.t.tHoN, 1'HRmtlRNT HKOItKTAltr KniToR Oh'KtlJNi-In I.olllaon Hlock, South Door. Kntereil nt tho I'oilolllco lu t.ogiiu,01iln,.it HpcoiuICUsi Mull Mutter. Thursday, June 7, 1906 Announcement. Kt)l10H UKMOCIIAl-Ht-NrtXHt.: I lii'iuby announce luy iiiunn for the nnm- liiiitlon of Inllrnuiry Director of Hocking Comity at tin Democratic prlmnry oloctioii MAUION NI'TTKIl. Death of (lorniun. Arthur P. Gorninu, t lie noted Democratic Senator from Mary land, died Monday. With his passing, this country loses one of the grontcst minds of the age, "From n Page in the Seivnte to n lender on the Hour. Poor and honest, lie mot thu hurt! knocks of the world that Hhapcd Iin life for the benefit olthe common peo '...

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. — 7 June 1906

T" " "- ' V f . I i t V ,- t'l r 1 ' v wwuwjluji jj-MMiiiiaiuiiil.t-!ulotiaiiui.'MlL'W',"W'Jji'iiiiii.iiwinni.jtauiiiMii "SSfl EDWARD ilY Found Guilty of slaughter. Man- At seven-twenty, Inst Saturday 'Veiling, lifter a aeHHinn beginning al lour o'clock tho sumo nfteriiooii, tlio Jury In tho cnsn of tlieStutova I5d Wind Don by, charged with murder In tlio second degree, re turned a vordlot of liinnslftiigliter. The trliil lusted all weok, no court being hold, of course, on Wednesday, Decoration Day. Tho presentation of the State's testi mony occupied only ono day, clon ing about noon, Tuesday. The defense and rebuttal hinted until Friday afternoon. Judge Wright, for tho state, opened the argu ment of counsol, and mad6 one of tho best pleas ovor heard in this court-ioom. Attorney John C. Pettit, for the defenso, took up the rest of tho afternoon session. Tlio arguments wero continued nearly all day Saturday, closing at 0:10. Judge Martins' charge to tlio Jury was short, but presented...

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. — 7 June 1906

r n -"rtrR" i 'JWwpgpg'Wj)yTr-?iy wfPlW"'W!lj 'wi"imniumiiujmjuLjijii iulujuw -iniuui.n-L;u.u uui '-mur .im.ii-i.ii.uj.'X-hlu.mj i ui-liunuuiiJiiuiiJu.Bimu'uun E "TIlj"1 : 0 F ARM ANN ORCHARD. f Holpful Hints for the Busy V Farmer. I BY J. S. TRIGG, Des Moines, Iowa. Corre spondence Invited. While .some agriculturists plant crops f under moon sign auspices, It Is quite generally agreed by nil that cultivating should be done at all times when the ground Is hi lit shape to be worked. While we nvi not and never have been an advocate of the fast horse business for any man, Ave still believe that one of the most wholesome kinds of recreation Is to be found In driving a good horse. The old black tabby and her litter of eight little multicolored kltteus are a bud omen for all bird life about the place. The two types df. life don't harmonize. If you must keep the cut, a generous feeding of her will tend to lessen her warfare upon bird life. Slipshod agricultural methods have slight excuse o...

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. — 7 June 1906

'!mF 'TTW L''u vtf"T -."' I y ij. w ' wn ( m i9 I r, '! if FASHION Irti i'f Almost All Dress Fabrics of the Season Chiffoned. WHITIJ LACK Vi:iLS AGAIN WORN Short Hllk CouIk Worm tlvrr Itiinil- diiic Lingerie Frooka HxtrtMiiely Clil Hluek mill Wlilte In lllftli Fu ror Unilirolilcrrtl I'lind. Almost every material the nmnufac turor lias turned out Mils hciihoii linn been clilfronuil. Vi Imvo lintl chiffon Voile, clllffon velvet, mul now there Ik ou the market u chiffon llueti tlnil li lluornnd Bhceror than the hiunlkorclilpf variety. The hew coiffure Is nmuiKt'H a little to ouu Hide. For Instance, the noiiifin WEDDING GOWK OF RADIUM SIIjK. dour Is tilted In a Hllglitly rakish fash ion over ithe forehead, but there is no sugRcstlon of the soubrettc "dip" tbat wns worn some time ago. The knot on top of the head takes the same Incline. Small velvet bows are worn In the hair during the day and In the evening. For blond bnlr a golden brown Is mod ish, nnd black velvet Is most becoming to d...

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. — 7 June 1906

'JiWfv. 'wftuW- "TTVWf 3$RjVf" " f 'VTHISV '-"mmr -!?'' $ 'gnrfvTi '' fffp 'if'iB&-t?f' jTti- (3 3! X jn. " r vrrw VEMir-w yJT tlslslslslslslsBhBBlK. . . yf Mfc t S5sP '" r 1 I- . i WS OL,. Gr-Towpr v-If "5T n vj South Perry, Mr. Editor we thought you would like to lienr from u new cor respondent who hus been 11 render of your papor for several years past tmd who thinks it tiie best paper in the county. Mr. Elmer Gtnler tlio New Cen tral Committee of the Republican party of Very Tj P. was in Logan, on last Saturday, on business. Mr. Isaac Cave, of Lancaster, was the guest of our popular blacksmith, hi3 brother Jas. Cave Week be for last. . Mr. James E, Campbell our townsman is going to move to Lan caster the first of the coming week. We are sorry to loose Jim, he is a good jolly fellow and will be missed very much by the boys. May suc cess be his in his new venture. Mr. Tecumseh Floyd, of Laurel ville, was seen on our streets last Wednesday. lie was invited to make a speech to t...

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. — 14 June 1906

SWIWTT ; "f F1?1 f"SWS"W " " - !'' l BEMOeRA TSENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th, Year, Number 20, THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 06th. Year, Number 2. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County r v """ ' -i f r" ' 3' Sftif' " ?" Ffl BANG! CLUG1 BANG! STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! We didn't expect to pack our store every day, but our advertising man said he ys ould and he has fulfilled every promise made, and no wonder, THE PRICE REDUCTIONS IS SOMETHING SELDOM SEEN IN LOGAN. X X We are getting them from all directions, Haydenville, Union Furnace, Sugar Grove, Nelsonville, Rockbridge, Enterprise, Straitsvilie, Gore, etc. AND WHY? X X Right in the midst of our busy season we are forced to make room for the carpenter, who will soon be with us to make some much needed repairs and to give us more room for our very cramped quarters. We have out grown our present place of abode. X X There is no end to the values we are g...

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. — 14 June 1906

'Tf""'iTiiiTiiifTmii 'twvrr mn lV & ft STATE FIRE M Sends Out Warning for the Fourth. GREATEST DANGER In Toy Pistols and Cannon r Crackers. The time for the slaughter ot the innocents and burnt offering of homes, in our annual exhibition of patriotism, hns almost arrived. Therefore, the Fourth of July warning of the fire marshal is due. The great loss of property on the Fourth is from the small fire cracker, while the great loss of life is from the toy pistol. In the five years since the ollice of lire marshal was established, the ayorage number of iires in Ohio, from celebrating the Na tion's nntal day with noise, is thirt3T-six. Unfortunately the particular kind of fireworks which gives great joy to a boy at small expense, and which he can psrsonally man age witli little danger to himself, is the Chinese cracker, which is responsible for nearly all the burn ing of buildings. Ked fire does not explode; the pin-wheel is fastened to a tree; the Roman en nu: e discharged Irom the ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 June 1906

m ' . " " ' IHPIIIBIII'MMM WW y wwi " i jjr ii i- i wt ,& ji'niii m jAft r pj.m m a, rt jVi j ' wji a i.i.ii rfi Mai ai,jjjniftjii'.Si,rL'jJii,.;Su'.u'..ti unm nrniD . J i ihuM i. Logan yins an Unusually Fast Game from THE ARMBRUSTERS. Tigers" Win by Scoro of One to Nothing. Six hits ntiil prnotioully orror Ichs Holding spoiled victory for Logun, Sundny, in u hob content with the Annbriistors, of Colum bus, and aunt the latter homo with ii gooBe-egu. It was, by all odds the beat game played hero this suoBon. Tlio Lognn team was strengthened some. Fred Hrnni gan and Janice Martin, of Long stroth, tho two now men advertised to play several weoks ago, were on hand, and made good in approved B(yle. The game opened with a dinky pop lly by Chrism n n to Kiley, Just over his head, and a fumble gave Chrisman first. Tho next man fanned; Perkins then got the vis itors only hit in the gamo, to right, near the foul lino, giving him two bases, and advancing Chripinan to third. A fast assist ...

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. — 14 June 1906

e "fei Uif-l'viWP"' Li'' ''"'WfflBryW I; i iv dgmocrat-sentinrl. a weeklyISwsmper. runusitisn kvkht TittjnsiiAT MoitNmri. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (iNconroiiATtin) rUJlMBHRtiH V tlKHI, (', I.OW11T, 11,0. lfANSKI,, .It II. DcH.MHON, l'HRStDKNT HKOKKTAIIT RntTon OKKtOKl-In DollUou Illock, Mouth Door. Kiitered nt tlio l'ostnnlcn In t.(iii,()lil(, m HucoudGlaas Mali Mmtor. Thursday, June 14, 1906 Annoiiiioemont. KlIITOIt DH.MOl'llAT-HK.NTINHI.: I hnrutiy iiiiiioiiiu'p my iuuih for tlio nom ination of Inllriunry Mlri-ctor of Hocking County at tlio Domocrntli! prlnmry oluctloii MAIllOKNUTTKK. W. J. BRYAN The Next President of the United States False Friends. It is indeed strange how some .men profess friendship to others, and then seek to gee tli6m into trouble in advising them wrongly. We have heard of people that would hasten to poison the mind of a man against aa official of the town, and advise the fellow to go and "lick" the Mayor or Marshal or somebody to get even. Such...

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