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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

miwu9JVWMmuTift9nmmrtmvm9tfmMiwmmMWV9tm w.M.i''8'"Wi:Ci-faTrtirWift'r;w uuhmh ) friyU!jjMiVMM nwlwiiiwiBiiria OldA Soldiers That Faced Now Send ' ONE COUNTRY The Fottors Fall From the Feet and the Swords Are Forged Into Laborer's Tools. During tliia winter tliore has sprung up soino very interesting correspondence betweon our towns in nn John W. Tripoli, n soldier of tlio Union Army, and some southern gofitlcmon, that were soldiora of tho Confederate Army. Comrade Tritsoh know tlio numen Mid numbers of tlio confed erate regiments that ho successful ly resisted the Union forces tit tlio buttles of Ghickamnugu, Clintn nooga and contingent struggles, in which Mr. Tritsch was enlisted on tlio Union aide. It was of much interest to him to know whether any of those brave soldiers of tho southern confederacy woro yet living after this half century 'of time had wrought its withering blasts. Getting a copy of u south ern magazine last fall hO'iiddrcssed the editor asking for information conc...

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. — 27 February 1908

-.. W -... wifrMiY. .ii tfrS i- i ,im,t0j iiyilIBWWi frynpnrtTHwii n TffiT LOCAL AN PERSONAL See our Wall lnir, Hurt iV. Co. Thf liiiust ll'nr stultif, ivt Unit it Co. Mrs. Will HNt'lu spent Tuesday In Colunibm. The bett household I'uint at Bort it Go's. Mr. Jus. L. Martin spent Sun diiy in Columbus. The big spring lino of Wnll Pa pers at Hort & Co's. ISIiss Kmma Beckor isjthe guent of her sisters in Jackson. Buy your paint and win to wash brushes, lit Hort & Co. Mr. Orn Price, spent Wednesday mi (I Thursday in Marietta. Mr. Fred Mnrtin of Longstroth, was in Logan on Monday. Tlio best vurnish stains on tho market, at Hort it Co. Mr. Willis Outcalt, of Lancus tor, was u Logan visitor, Sunday. We will paint your house with the best paint made, at Hort it Co. Mrs. M. II. Sherrington spent Mondas and Tuesday in Columbus NifnrPHt lino of 5 and 10 cent Wall Paper in Logan, ut Hort it Co. . "Dutch" Ormand of Lancaster was a visitor to Logan on Thurs day. Mr. Hubert Lappen has been ...

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. — 27 February 1908

., . ji . t:i;fwitiiMW''immnWiiw'.tiiiMH"n"iun' iw iuiijuiiiiiLuiMi.;Mwi'iiimiH;piiumiw uiU'ilui oid'ii'iM lUMinin u miniM Ati'Wt ii, Mnwu'il ii, uiifp 'ATOTw l'Wlil)JIWI,IUlIllll.llllltlUM)I.U'l!mHJM!Ulll"WIJIAlUnaJJ' NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Ewing . News is vory scnrco at this writ ing, but wo will try and write n few itotns to ninuso thoso who nro intorostcd in rending tho Ewing happonings. Goo, Miller was a Lognn onllor Inst Snturdny. Ed. Foltz, wife nnd tholr throo littlo boys took dinner with John HfiiiHol nnd wife InBt Sunday. Kli Kollor nnd wife woro scon in Logan last Snturdny. Honry WillinuiB ana tninily nro ontertnining their daughter, Rose, of Columbus. John Hnnsol's ontortaincd EH Kollor's lust Saturday evening. Arthur ilankison, Grace and Edna Foltz woro ontortnined by Llllio Williams last Sunday nftor noon. Daniel Metz nnd wife woro tho guests of Ed. Follz's last Sunday nftornoon. Clarence Grilllth, our school teacher, is boarding at Pernol Hankieon's. Protracted meeting i...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

.! j.-,t".' V lj W!liuTi)lllli''lwllliMliwMllllWl'liiMlliilliUliilliillll llltiillHIIIMIWHiH mi l"'l''WalJ.IMUMItLtfMMgTfrn'Mnrf miMIill ! XIH UttfU), mnl"B)MHjmUJlltHIIttlll niitiaj " MRS. JACOB The quirlude of our littlo Immlot is again disturbed hi tho Death Angol, wlm um claimed a lovctl ono for Iih victim. Such iB tlio fact that when think wo llvo wo arc (lying) hut wo how in hum ble subtnisslor', anil suy with good old Job, "tlio Lord giveth and tlio Lord tiikoth away and blessed bo the nnmo of tlio Lord." Tlio sub ject of our sketch is : Maggie Hainter, daughter of John and Mary AVoolover, who was born near Cednr Grove, Hocking County, Ohio, on tho 25 of Fob. 3881, departed this life on tho 20 of February 1008, aged 20 years, 11 months and 25 days. She Iouvcb to mourn their loss a husband, one daughter, ono son, a mother, step-father, threo brothers and two sisters and a host of friends. On October 25, 1807, she formed the acquaintance of Jacob Hainter, of Ilcsboro, son of Jo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

yytjjjipH1 wffK3Mqi ivyoiqr v$wwt prTFyFCTiwtwyglyf '"mw "w""WfffWRF,TWFJ-W1wT " pnytpij r -TT!wwiFrT' ns'ijtmi-" .',K5',-Rb:.Jrv:''r-sCijHy' v: j fl IHffvff- - lis MA I I Ww'lV. WAMWJL . .'' S K ' UrffcT. " -'-i Domestic Club Mrs. J. T. S(im1or8on will ro cotvo the Domestic Club, Thurs day afternoon. At Dinner Mr. nml Mrs. John Hudson ontortainocl at dinner on Inst Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and Vera Moore, of this city. W. R. C Dinner The chickon dinner givon by the W. It. C. ladies was a decided suc cess, both socially and financially, Borne sixty dollars having boen re ceived towards the Memorial fund. Chicken Dinner Mr. and David Lutor, Mrs. George Rish and Gladys Rish, Delia MatfiittB Tuid Violet Elick were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mc Gill Tuesday. Mrs. McGill served them with an elegant chicken din ner. Five o'clock Tea Mrs. Phil Rochester entertained with n five o'clock tea Monday evening, the guests composing tho members of thoThoatre party givon by Miss Bird White comp...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

tfiiiiliwymjilifjj ;7wwwssssjw wm mtymmw ' flRf mmmaMm1 .' wr, "jgtn-" Wvimr"W&iWWW ,f;w'pyiHyiMn'yT' s?w L-j aui ' wifihes frir fV U'uiLaai'ipwiwi'if mpwiwjij'wwmwmwwwrw " , c& A TAt OF THE BUILDERS !P CFF" THE WEiST. cziiarao WA S jDJr tJA&Amu-e&aZr CdJ&- ' - - w SYNOPSIS. CIIArTRU I. Tho mnry iin itllrlnff ft trip of tho "Overland MitU throiiKli tho Hoclty mouittalim, while ilTorlB lire br itiK mnile to build up tin lonnliy. "Iiiij la Billy" IJoilK' tni?e Irlvcr, Allrod Vln- , cent, n youiiK inun, und Phlnens Cud will- lor. introduced. They tomp ncrosM tho i rcmalnrt or a iiumsiicre. .aur at AH- tlitmy'o station, they tliul I lie reitnhlnn linve curried their destructive work tliero also. I CIIAl'Tr.ll II. Stullii Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, Keeper ot station, la in- I trjduced. Tho traveler!! find Unit An- thony has boon hilled. CIIAl'TIJtt III. Vincent with letter of i Introduction to Gov. Stanford l uhrIkiiciI his worl: in uhenrthlnsc plan of encmleM I o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

ippfwyvwpiiywptiiii $m)mw'mwf,mwMimw., myvwpw-'w '"w"' l'W,IilM(WHBWtiiy9WttW"J-' w ' $miimmmw-W9uw,w m f riipmm iiw"i,) wv0ft&jrimamm0imumtuim i'rxiu'urmrb,taamm ROOSEVELT S CLEAN UP Censures Congress, But Holds together His Own "Financial Family." "If President. Hoosevoll, Is sincere. In tils professed dote'rmlnatloti to des troy the alliance between 'corrupt business and corrupt politics,' why docs he allow George H. Corlelyou to remain In his cabinet as Secretary of the Treasury V "Mr. Roosevelt knows that Mr. Oortolyou's record as a collector of compalgn tributes from the threat cor porations. Jlc knows that Mr. Cortelyou took confcrubutlons. from the tfieat life insurance companies, from E. II. Harrlman, from railroads, from national banks, from the Stand ard Oil Company. He knows that during the llnanclal panic in New York, Mr. Cortelyou practically turn ed the United States Treasury over to the Morgan-Rockfellor-R.van In terests and through tho medium of favored banks th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 February 1908

IP'TW',;11:1111'' niM$yim''9p tvvmnrvrv'!&v,T "'mmmm- '"r?1Jp 'iTgm '-??BBW-(pVpSPl'ftw 3 "ijO J i& NEWSOF OTHER TOWNS Giblsonville Well, ns t hnve nut Been any items from this pluco for qitito u while I will now endeavor to jot down a few of the- most important. David Wjlio 11 ml T. 1). Woods were LusIih-sb visitor to Logan, Saturday. Mrs. Chas. Nnteetone, of Logan, is vUitlng rolntivcB ut tliis place nt the presont time. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. David Wylie, Wednesday, bring ing thoni a povou ponnd baby girl. Chas. Zeiglcr, of Pleasant Val ley, was seen on our streets Satur day afternoon. Mrs. Joe Bruslmres, of Mound Crossing was in our villinge Satur day. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Kuhn, a baby boy. School is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Iluth Mowery. The Sunday guests of Win. UrashareH wore Mrs. Bryou Zeiglcr, Mrs. J. V. Miller, Maine Gihison, Sally Peterson, Goldie Evans, Curl Whiteraft and Mrs. Chas. Note stone. Several of the young people of t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 March 1908

w'V1 MP-WW ?.?' TTW-lfflt""!- f-WWTW. iWFamj ) .?- . -.',. 77E DEMOGRAT'SENTINEL. '1 THB oniO DEMOCRAT. 27th tear No 10 THR HOOKING RBNTINM. 07th Year No 33 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1908- The Only Dimoorntio l'Aper in the Oonnty Oitcntatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear M i c re t . UN TiRRING Meeting That Meant Some thing Held. MANY BILLS PASSED Appropriation Ordinance Goes Through. On Friday night the Villngo Council mot in adjourned session, and there was something doing. The corporation stipend had hcen received from tho county treasury and that long-felt want on the part of many persons tho village was owing, was about to bo satis fied, and the councilmen wore so glad to pay up, and make the other fellow happy, that they themselves, came with radiant faces like school children the first day of school. This was really the first meeting the council has held this year. All the rest wore just the pleasing exchanging of gontlo zephyrs. Now somothing tangible could ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 March 1908

r,Trv??w'-jpfa5pfjwpjfrT ' wrpapwrf'1'" "y 'wwtnwifWipT "st"''""! '?y"'wr''vy!iglWW)'w-''wg'Wgy' idfwtiPitf "VWIDF" iwjuiiunwmvnmfw wWW9 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER punt.isiiRn kvriit TiiwiiinAY mohniwi. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INClllll'IIIIAli:)) I'UilMSIir.US VIIMUT, (5. I.OWIIY, I'ltKHIIIRNT II. O. IlANHKt., HliCUfcrAUY J. It. DOI.MSO.S, KlIITOK OltAH. II, llhl'K ASW, KlIlrOltAJtANAIIKlt OKFIOKi In Dolllson Illook, South Door Kntprod as Second illnss Mutter Ootobur 1, IWXJ, nt tho 1'ouolllcont Logan, Ohio, under Act of Congress of Mch it, ls7i'. Thursday, March 5, 1908. DEMOCRATIC State Committee Fixes the Time. Pursuant to the order of the Dem ocratic State Central Committee, no tice is lieieby given tliat the conven tion of the Democrats of the State of Ohio to nominate candidates for state olllces to lie voted for at the November election, 1!)0S, will he held at Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and 6, 1908. Kadi county will be entitled to ...

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. — 5 March 1908

:, p-T -rrjvv if 1 1 nniiiwi 8Bf ninwifflflitfyinw Hmrniw AJJM& urg "tr?, y COMING TO LOGAN, OHIO SiTHOnday, Mar. 16. feWf1"' IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO 200 MILES TO SEE f? SNfS Get Well, Consult Dr. Welst. My special method and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guest work, If you art sullering from any Chronic Disease of Stomach. Liver, Dowels, Rectum. Lungs, Nose, rhroat. ISronchlal Tubes, Drain, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Ulatldcr, Prostate, etc., I will cure you In the shortest possible time without the use of dangerous appliances or injur ious drugs, DISEASES OF MEN Special attention Is given to all diseases pecnl' lar to men, especially those suffering from over' work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Varl corele, Rupture, Blood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial, Varloooolo and Rupturo Cnrod with out tho uso of tho knlfo. Each person applying (or treatment should which will receive careful examination. Lis...

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. — 5 March 1908

'"wvjFm xvp0V7iv fwtrwiv'rryiwr""w"j "'wp-mthf -j-i -5-- jn ' liHMi.mii.ua. II S)l IIUIMIHIIMUUIIIJI&MWWWW ni1llfl HSF OM THE LOGAN Brick Manufacturing Company. Herbert McClolInnd, u pitcher In tl.o sot gang, moved his family hero from Nelsonvillo Inst week. Ho has rented Mrs. Angle's pro perty. Mr. McClelland is oil' duty on nccount of sickness this week. A. L. Proctor, after several week's absence on account of sick hobs, has resumed his position with the kiln repairers. ,1. F. Ray and Urban Lash are now men at the plant tins week. John Lehman and John Mowery are working on the track under the supervision of section fore man, David Shrndor. W. J. Lloyd, superintendent, was in Columbus on Wednesday, attending to some business for the company. L. L. Gage, engineer on the locomotive, which hauls clay to the plant, was oil' duty Wednes day. Asa A. Lehman had charge of the locomotive in his place. Win. S. Robey was oil' duty Tuesday and Wednesday on ac count of sickness. The demand...

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. — 5 March 1908

"vwrv-j? yw3 MtWH'MB I'Pii in ' '' '! uwniumi i ii i UPPHWHPBIUBIP1 ffWniMU'fi ,mib,ityftniim SOCJETY AND III ill! NEWS Tho Jnpo Tho mombora of tho Japanese Club woro ontortoinod Inst Satur day by Miss May Johnson. Sowing Circlo Tho Sowing Circle mot at tho homo of Mrs. II. M. Whiteruft, on Front Htroot, Wednesday afternoon. Tilts is n pleasant, atniablo bunoh of ladies that moot onco a week for a social, yood time A vory tnothsoiuo collation was served. Yount Girls Sowing Circlo Miss Florence Lilts was tho charming lit bio hostcBH for tho Young Girls Sowing Cirolb, last Friday. It was n nis(Uorado par ty and soino vory comical costumes woro worn, Light refreshments woro sorvod. Thirteen Mrs. W. P. Heft ontortalned with a dinner party In honor of her daughter Hclon's thirteenth birthday. Tho guests woro Mrs. Lucy (Jrawford, Mrs. Lawrence Yorgcs, Mrs. Will Hickman of Newnrk, and MiiBtor Bryan Heft Many pretty gifts wore received. Auxiliary Tile Ladies Auxiliary mot at their hall Tues...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 March 1908

S II THE if 1 IRON J- WAY 1 A Tale of llio Builders ( of (he West 1 I SARAH PRATT CARR 1 1 IllaittillonilrAtl.Wlillimion 8" CopjrrUlit, 1M7, A. 0. McCIurir Co ,CblcKO 8YN0PSI3. CHAPTER I. Tho story opens durlntf a trip of tile "Overland .Mull" tluough tlia Hooky mountains, while efforts ure be ing niadu to build up the country. "Undo Billy" UodKe, itaso driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young tuun. und 1'hlneus Uadwal ler, IntrodULed. They tome across the remuliiB of a massacre. Later at An thony's station, tlito tlud the ictlsklMH huve curried their lestiuttie work tlitre ulna. CHAPTER IL-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is in troduced The tiuelers Hnd thut An thony hus been killed CHAPTER III Vlnrent with letter of introduction to UuV. Stanford Is usilKtitd his work in unenithltiK plans of enemies of rullroud, belns built lie hiius of vufe arris al of StelU Anthony in a letter from her. CHAPTER IV Vincent lslf? town wheie railroad men ure wotlilnjf on road und lec...

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. — 5 March 1908

)if - J tsfr Jpcaaa i. r.v j,;. wsgr--- -yy? g""1 ." '??'"ivg - - '-' "r'" Y , AW r c wwpwwimfi'i iwwiiJWJWWWwwwBWWyi rrt?tnmimmmm NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Carbonhill Not uiucli (10111' tills tlnio, J. O. Morrison, from Alviti Illi nois, spont part of lust wook hero. .John Grilllth Inul btisincss lit Jobs last Friday. Kd. Smith inul ltcrt Groon wore in Columbit" one dny lust wook to bco Albert Smith, who is in tho hospital from the ofl'ectB of boing sovoroly hurt in n mine near huro. Mr. Smith Is doing lino iitui will soon bo nblo to return home. Mrs. Lewis Wilkinson is rooov orlng from mi attack of quinsy. Elmer Hay, of Nelsonvillo, wus rooontly soon hero. William. Parks and daughter, Ruth, rccontly returuod from a four weeks vi8it ill W. Vu. Houdly Lowes, of this place, was in ColumbiiH lust Saturduy. John Shuiik, who has been in feeble health for some time, in not so well tit present. H"V. J. W. Orr, of flaydenvillo, is holding quite it successful revi val meeting at the Methodist chu...

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. — 5 March 1908

pvmmmmmmnmm i NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Little Race Don Creek Roviyal nx-itltin nt Ilesborn closo I 'list V cilii sd iy night. W. P. H- k'k, l Logan, wna viBltlng friends und relatives of Mt. Pleosa u last week. Mrs, Roboeca U dick nnd Mrs. Lavinn Ancl are on tliu sick list. Mr . Ann Steele wub visiting ut S. Primmor's one dny Inst week. Walter Stine nnd Kd. Prnmpton uttended clmrcli at Mt. Pioasant, Sunday, and were the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Sarah Clark. Artie Zimmerman was seen wending hit) wa' homeward late Mondy morning. Jacob Rediuk,and family called on Theodore Stone's, Satmday evening. Rockbridge Geo. Itish is suffering with a lame bnck at this writing. Protracted meeting is in pro gress at tho A. 0. Chinch, with a large attendance. Dr. Lee made a Hying trip to Logan last week. Ed. Itish spont Sunday with his brother, George, and funiily. Davie Satar is the champion noodle cater, If you don't bo- iieve it just ask him. Mrs. Geo. Itish and children and Miss Delia Mathias were L...

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. — 12 March 1908

Htnyw-yjtf MHW -J., nj vt , WfTV frlBHPII I h VL - a wiinWfc 1TWPrw,p" '' Vp'TTtfsC "r"T ' '."T ; frtf; I.! 1 . i i tt. 77H DEMOeRATSENTINEL. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY. MARCH I2, 1908. Tha Only Democratic Piper In the Oonntjr Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per Year TUT. OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27th Ym No 11 THE HOOKINQ SENTINEL 07th Year No 34 P" 'A OHIO STATE GISLATURE Law Makers of Ohio Still Answer to Roll Call on Important Bills. NEW BILLS INTRODUCED Synopsis of Important Laws Pending. Tho Legislature of Ohio is still grinding away with only inter mission of two days last weok to put through a convention slate. Wo hpro give a BynopBis of some of tho bills pending and tho title of new hills introduced: The hill introduced by Repre sentative MoFadden, to regulate and license the itinerant vending of medicines, nostrums and ap pliances for tho treatment of dis ease, injury or deformity, is of much importance in the subject of peddling medicines. It provides that it shall be un lawf...

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. — 12 March 1908

-SP umijwimyw mi,, -w, i . "'mimygpr """ "".ym" W jUmnW Wfr In r -monvw-mmni DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUIlMStlKD KVKKY Tltl'ttHIIAT MOttNlKtl. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNClllirollATKtt) t'trilt.lMIIP.ItH VtlUllr. U. I.OWIIV. I'llKStllKNT H.U. llANIKt., - HKOIIBTAHY .1. I). Dol.MHON, I'lllTOII Oiiah. II. Hki-k A sin. Kntrnn.tMANAdKli OKKtCKI In Dolllioii Mode, South Door KnUrodas Hecoiul iJIa-n Matter October 1, 1HK), lit tno l'ost ollico ill liUKniii unio, under Act of Congtosiof Mcli :i, 1S71'. Thursday, March 12, 1908. State Committee Fixes the Time. Pursuant to tlio order of the Dem ocrntic State. Central Committee, no tice Is hereby given that the conven tiou of the Democrats of the State of Ohio to nominate candidates for state olllcos to he voted for at the November election, 100S, will be held at Columbus. Ohio, on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and G, 1908. Each county will be entitled to one delegate and one alternate for each iiOO votes cast for John...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

--TF ywi -;f fi v p " jijwmmtwjini'injimiiinniiiidNifci ttilMliarwitaiwiwpwiiiiiiiiimujiiiiii''-ia-i!UgWMMi iiiWiilXMinj r ti.Mtnutjnwi, mtwmm.yj4 11 i SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Domestic Club Mrs. Will Aokor will rGcolvo tlio Doinestlo'H this afternoon. Kensington Party Tlio W. It. C. Kensington party will lo at their hall, Friday after noon, March lBtli. Another Sowing Soo The hull oh of the Mncoaheos will havo another sowing beo at their hull, Wednesday, Mnrch 18, nnd porvo a 10c supper, Bring your Howing and spend a pleasant uf tornoon. Ploauant Evening Mrs. Gus Shiyely nntortained a fowof her friends at her hntno on Friday ovening in honor of hor sistor, Chaieo Lehman, of Lan castor. Tlio oyaning was vory pleasantly spont. Ico cream and cako was served. Young Cirls Sowing Circle Miss Gladys Hoabout ontortain ed the Young Ladies Sowing Cir cle, Friday afternoon from 4 to 0. A sewing contest was given, in which Mary Louise Halo received tlio prize. Miss Gladys served a fine lunch to h...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

ISvSIlWWwf ffWSPsPEP r THE II I IRON V WAY 1 ft A Tnto of tlip Iiullilers jft of tho West I I ny I 1 SARAH PUATT CAHR ft IlloiirilionsbyArl.WIUisinian I Copyright, 1907, A. C. McClorj A Co., Chicago 8YN0PSI3. CHAPTKR. I. Tho story opens during a trip of tho "Overland Mull" through tho Itocky mountains, while efforts are be IriK uiailo to build up the country. "Undo Billy" DodBO, stue driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, and 1'hlneas Cudwal ler. Introduced. They come across tho remains of a inuaincte. Later ut An thony's station, they Unit the redskins have carried thotr destructive work there also, CHAPTER H.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In troduced. Tho travelers find Unit An thony has been killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford Is assigned tils work In unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built. Jle hears of safe arrival of Stella Anthony In a letter from her. CHAPTER IV. Vincent vlslm town where railroad...

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