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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

f'STwwww'? "tywmffffy"? -vhipWEH lffl,l,ilW'lffllfflfl,Tf,'IW,'fl'fl,VIW,fl'IV WALL PAPER New Stock Low Prices Buy Now BXLLISQN Opera House Block. tJ&JUilAAtWia LOCAL AND PERSONAL SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EF FECTS. Auction sale of house hold effects at the late resi dence of Mr. A. C Sands, corner Second and Wal nut streets, Logan, Satur day, March 14, beginning at 1 PJff. Comrade Joe Collins ib in Goro for a week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto lies, Monday, a boy. Mr. Frank EberBt was a Sunday visitor in Columbus. Everything bright and now at the Home Millinery Co. Mrs. Doan of Nelsonville visited in Lotan Wednesday. Watch for the opening date of the Homo Millinery Co. Mrs. Tom Leyshun is shopping in Columbus to-day. Auditor J. L. Martin was in Gallia county, Tuesdav. Commissioner Fred Weymuoller was in Columbus, Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Davis of Maxville, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Robt. Wadsworth,- of Or land, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Irvin Lowery was a visitor to Ceeola one day last week. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

P" BWWWiiiii.it".iiiV.i'iilV;i m wmi wji ituumtnaam H i COMING TO AMBROSIi mwAmc IIOTElr X KVTlAMlCt.J' 9 IT WILL PAY YOU more than vln to tlons ol tation Get Well, Consult Dr. Wcist. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work. If you are suilering from any Chronic Disease of Stomach, Liver, Dowels, Rectum, Lungs, Nose, Throat, Bronchial Tubes, Uraln, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate, tc, 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 alt diseases pecul iar to men, especially those suilering from oyer work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Vari cocele, Rupture, Blood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial. Varlcocolo and Rupturo Curod with out the uso of tho knife. Each person applying for treatment should bring from two to four ounces of morning urine which will receive care...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

r-.;: -, rxipFyrwt i yt'v ?tipM ' vp " ""' v ,T,-.,rt""r"Trt'r-- r "ty""""' --v pppjyypifpiwppiffwwwHgffWBWg-'-! p inaiiwWitwMijwwMi &mmmrwm BywwwwpiwwTpBwwiWi lffPffvflRHwRI SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Special Correspondents Whiterose Ridge Robort Bowors, of Mt. Vornon, is Visiting hts motlior, this wook. Tho Whltoroso Telephone lino will bo comrletcd, tins wook. Honry Boyor wns in Bronion, on huslnoBS, Saturday. A. J. Wright, of North Borno, was visiting friends, on White roao Ridgo, last week. Robert Ollvo wus in Luneastor, Saturday. E. Boyor was in Bremen, on buBinoss, Saturday. Cloni Mofiabargor was in Lan caster, Saturday. Tom King is helping Fred Froisnor to haul logs. V James Callahun and wife were in Bromon, Saturday. Reddy Rudolph was visiting John MoBBbargor and family, laBt week. Robert Bowers and Clem Mess- burger wore out driving for their health, Sunday. George Sutz was in Bremen, Saturday. Henry Dnttan was seen in North Borne, Saturday. Rose Bud. Lookout Mountain...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 March 1908

V v ' v s V. ,-. -- Sfi..P?JHsSSU1 -. ,. ''"wMJWfWrtWfJ .SjCffv f h r; --wwUfe3riiS3p3sig9' igrhT.TftyHrTiiS'irwi ! MMMnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnntttinnnttdnnnnnnnnMMM mm m n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n mm J Jl JLv 1 i A li vl Tailor Made Suits Tuesday, March 17th. St. Patricks Day. On Tuesday, March 17, we will have on display for ONK DAY ONLY, one hundred or more of the newest styles in SPRING SUITS in all sizes and colors, all made of the newest and most popular of Springs new dress fabrics. If you want a spring suit now is your chance, no waiting. The suit is fitted for 3-011 and you take it with you. All alterations made free of charge. COME AND SEE THE NEW SUITS. On the same date Miss M. N. Parsons will have her Millinery Opening, and will show the New Spring Styles. ROCHESTER LYRE n n a n n n n n n a n n a n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n u NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS MM MMMnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnKM VISITING COHI...

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. — 19 March 1908

wwniinafww wmi0.tivi"niMmtm' ry -w-7 Byii'K 'U'j,' 'i,f,4""wr i"-' -j .j nfw.qi 77 DEMOeRATSENTINEL 7HJ1 OHIO DEMOOKAT, 27th Your No 12 THE HOOKING SENTINEL 07th Year No 3D LOGAN, MOCKING COUNTY. OHIO THURSDAY, MARCH i9, 1908. The Only Demooratlo Paper In the County UlronUUon 3000 One Dolltr Ver Yr fW"fiWPWliflg THE 01 LEGISLATURE 8FFK8 in ARni ISH Protests Roll In By Such a PRIMARY LAW WILL BE PASSED. Many New Bills Introduced, and Many Measures Be come Laws by the Governor's Signature. TIib Sonata of Oliin astonished til 3 good people of Ohio, by lust weekpiiSHiuga hill abolishing capi tal punishment. Their mood must have been in the uiiiro of senti mentality. They miiHt have boon thinking of how awful it aeoms to deliberately lake human life, not giving thought to the terrible crimes committed in which virtue and life of innocents are sacrificed. It is suro to follow, if such a measuro becomes a law, that mob law will summarily doal with many more fiends than blackens the fair na...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

'! ft TffJJ pfiigflipitw r f it - -- i min r inn iiimnrrmTrTTnrn"l TrirTl"T-"T T,Af"' HW V0 M WWffW)OWB: DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PtrULISUED KVKKY THUKSDAY MOHKINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (I.SCOlll'OICATKD) I'uiir.tsnuitH VIKCUI. C. LOWIIV, - - l'KKSIIJKNT H. G. IlAXSIU., - SKCKKTAIIY J. H. Dor.r.mo.s-, - - - KiitTolt CHAM, 11. HKCK - ASSO. IjDtTOllifcMANAClBIt OKKIOE: In Dollison Mock, .South Door Knterud ni Second dlnss Matter October 1, . 16, nt tho Pott, oilleo at Logan, Ohio, under Aot of Congress of Mcli n, lh"!'. Thursday, March 19, 1908. Who Will Be Bound? Athens Messenger ( Republican.) I It is u piece of baro-fuced as sumption, not justified by tho application of any relics of po litical parties, or political proce dure, to assume that the nomina tion of a candidate for congress in the Logan convention on the 10th. inst , if it shall be made, is bind ing, or will be binding, upon the action of any member of the He publican party whatsoever. What...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

IKfrWPWfWflflP pirgrf j -mrr, y &- 1 ifcffatX,, -.-.hJ-i-i V DEMOCRATIC States Committee the Time. Fixes Pursuant to tho order of tlio Dem ocratic S tn to Central Couuiiittco, no tice Is liereby tflvon Hint the com en thin ot the Democrats or the State of Ohio to nominate onnillihites for ntnte olllces to ho vntoil for nt tho November election, 1!)08, will he hold at fohtmhtiii, Ohio, on Tticotlay and Wednesday, May 5 and G, 1908. lOaeli county will ho entitled to ono delegate and ono nlterunto for ench MM votes cnat for .Tolni M. PattlHOn for (Invernor or Ohio, tit tho Novetn her election, 11)05, and one additional iloloKAto ana futcruntc ror the re innlnder of votes exeeetlhiK 250. The tireHcrlhed nnuihcr of delegates to thlfi ronventlon hIiiiII ho' elected through primaries, or dolomite con veutlons, tho (lelesales to which shall have been oloctcd at primaries, or mass conventions, held In the county for the holding or which at least ten dnya' uotlco shall have been previousl...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

-.,, , .. pp. ,- . . , wtr V ii ilniaiHhilnii''Hiimlii'i i urn dmaummmm iirnYmi 11 imrrri in 1 1 1 on ..14 fc: ?' NEWS OF OWNS Max The tild ground hog has stnyed in Ilia appnlntol time unit luis now como nut and looks as though ho has brought the good old sumiucr time along. T, S. Bowlund niude a business trip to Bremen, Saturday. Mrs. Wesley llockinau was a Logan visitor Saturday. Lewis Allen, of Ada, Ohio, is visiting his sistor, Mrs. T, S. How land. Frank Johnston made a business trip to Now Straitsvillo, Tuosday. Mr. Simoon Hhtckston and wife visited their son, Charles, south of Logan, Saturday. Kev. A. B. Weatherby and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Con nel Poling, Thursday. Mrs. Connel l'oling and Mrs. S. N. Focht visited Mrs. Margaret Larimer, Saturday. Mr. Simeon Blackston and wifo visited tile former's parents, Mr, "and Mrs. Horace Blackston, Sun day. Mr. and Mis. IS. L. Slialfel were Bremen visitors Friday. Mrs. Samuel St. Clair and Mrs. Simeon Blackston spent Thursday ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

,i iiiiiniogmmW mtmmmntmmtm Mimmmmmnmnin f ' V5"&t WE ARE N W READY F OR YIIU -CJ W&TW i '.-1 --iafctf I'VWBf vory mxfss. t,,e SSWMHL S, vvv Jun W 3, Tl, 1 Jf7 Tho Tourist Club This moat interesting Club ia ro- colvod tills afternoon by Mr. Hor- hart Harrington. Six O'clock Dinnor Mrs. Uenry Smith entertained u fow of her lady friends at a six o'clock dinner last Thursday oven- JK' Young Cirl's Sewine Circle Miss Freda Wright wus hostess for the Young Girl's Gfrclo Fri day from four to six, and u very pleasant time spout by these Jolly youiiE Misses. Miss Vivian Konnard received the prize for best sewiiig, which jWuh a burnt wood postal card. Tho little hostess served n moo lunch. Thimble and Art Mrs. Darloy Moore entertained tho Timble and Art Glub Wednes i.v nl'tornonn and a verv nlensant time wes spent by these congenial , ladies. Roll cull wa responded , to by miscellaneous readings and quotations. Mrs. Helen Bowen and Mrs. Gould were visitors. The hostess served nn eleg...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

-vwwa Ji.lnifWi.JIPtH.iT? iy k iiwmuuiniimnnaam'Miw uranium " L - & 51 54 5fl 51 S3 XI 51 51 $4 M-jd IHNJ26llllVM) Jfc83S;, SSR, There Clothes are Young Mens Clothes in every sense. They arc for the young man who wants somc- 51 a thing "different." They Jfcfl fashion that the college boy wants. Our Varsity yv Clothes are for the Young Man who wants indivi i duality in dress. 51 $10.00 to $20.00 x a E R1 asms &3 Jl &JP1 51 Brnioi ATiinr umimm (Continued fiom page one) sation of appraisers. Mr. Hatfield 'J'o prevent the adulteration of vinegar. Mr. Reynolds To provide sys tems to determine age of minor laborers. Mr. Crawford Making appro priations for universities. Mr. Lamb Relating to powers of board of trustees of the Toledo State Hospital. Mr. Rose Further to provide against the evils resulting fioni the trnflic in intoxicating liquors by providing for local option in counties. Mr., Rolf f2.rj,000.00 for relief of sulferers in Gollinwood fire. Mr. Little To amend statut...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

ft iuMMmw HiHiMmjuwwiiiM win FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR No greater Democrat in,Ohio. No grander statesman in America. We raise our banner for the Hon. James E. Campbell for United States Senator from Ohio. SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS 'tSZ-vZ .-Z'''?Z By Special Correspondents Murray City Dan Solidity, ot Logan, was in Murray hist week, calling on friends. George Zimmerman, of Glous ter, was a visitor to Murray Inst week. Buster Mooro is giving boxing exhibitions now. Frank Mooro is daubing every thing up just now with paint. Dr. A. P. Lee was in Nelson villo, Friday. Chas. A. Wright, Hocking coun ty's recorder, was in town last week. Pete Sloan, of Logan, was a visitor to our city ono day last week. Dr. Dillinger had his disinfect ing can out Friday among the boys, so they won't catch any diseaBO. George Vansickle and wifo left on Sunday for the Columbus hos pital. Mrs. VanBicklu has boon ill for 3omo time and will undergo an operation. At this writing, we learn that Mrs. Vansickle i...

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. — 19 March 1908

TVi. rp. ., "fl-r rw- j V r? WwlDil liUlllJan ' l'i. I idi'ininliH ilinili ii DOUGLAS, OF COURSE Big Convention, With National Significance Is On. SCRAP ENTERED INTO FOR RESOLUTIONS BUT THE SENATORS' INFLUENCE PREVAILED M 'We congratulate the people of Ohio on the ability and character of our senators, Hon. J. B. Foraker and Major Charles Dick" Resolution ot Douglas Republi can convention, read by A. I. Vorys. (So much for John White's confirmation as Postmaster.) That congressional convention of national importance in Hepub lican circles is on in Logan today. Albert Douglas, better known as the "successor" of General Grosvenor, will be renominated after a Btruggle. Judge Bradbury, of Meigs, John F. "White, of Hocking, and Lafe Eggleston, of Vinton, were talked of as possible candi dates. John White could have had the the nomination for the asking as he could have gotten the votes of Meigs, Athens, Vinton, and CONGRESSMAN DOUGLAS The Republican Nominee of Today, But by Far Not the S...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

T$gf && ',r""ym,pr3iTT "yf1"r rfiwpTV jfcgjpgiirtiL'iiOSliiiliilliimHil I A I Millinery Upemni 1- NOW Grand Display Every Day of Pat tern and Tailored HATS : : : : : ;AT 1 MRS. LULU Millinery Jj Spark's Music Room, fflWWWWWI!IWWf a us ssmb. - r -fc: .. a 1 1 B& Carbonhill Wo liurdly know what to suy as we uro quite busy unci news, is not very plentiful. Mr. G. W. Ross, of this plneo, wus called to Byesvillo last week on account of the serious illness of his father, Mr, John Roes. William Turks recently hud business at Murray City. Arthur Christian, of Longstroth, was seen here last Friday evening. Miss Blanche Minner, ofNelson ville, spent part of last week hero. Miss Bertha Stevens, of Logan, is spending sovorul duj'S with her sinter, Mrs. Chns Green, Sr., of this place. Mrs. Ren Bailey was in Nolsnn ville last Friday on business. Earl Carter, of Sand Run, was here lust Saturday ovouing. Lesley McAllister wasinNolson villo last Friday. Adam Lennell is having a-dwoll-ing...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

fl as 2tC THE IRON WAY A Tale a! the Builder of the West By SARAII PRATT CARR ltlaitritlsai kr ArbWitUlaiM CP7t)iiht, IN?, A. 0 McClurg A Co , Chlcg-o YNOP3I8. CHAPTER I. The story opens during ft trip of, tile "Overland Mall'' through thu Kocky mountains, while effort! arc be ing niadu to build up the country, "Undo Billy') Dodge, stage driver. Alfred Vin cent, a. young inun, und Phineas Cadwal ler, Introduced. They come uirosi the remain of u massacre, Later at An thony' station, tints find the redskins have -carried their .destructive wo.k there also. CHAPTKR II. Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In troduced, The travelers tlnd that An thony has been killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Qov. Stunford Is assigned his work In unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built, lie hearj of safe arrival of Stella Anthony in a letter from her. CHAPTER IV. Vincent visits town where railroad men are woiklng on road and receives token u...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

sqpTpm- " tjM- i" "t jppigfrw sfis' fcer" ""esp"" wit"' v" ts v v- nwy- " ? ifi Headquarters for IAMEF MGAN FEW IIfBEEBEh H f'W LIH IMrt HI Wirn (AM W "1 B P lljpf1 n IMMM ! "' H 1 Tr' cm mm', i imi mv H 4tf"&" " '" i " M flMlIV " W II w imtm tm- " hf'a'-"',rUlTTVTbT'-";ni'r MIADE EH AU. HEIQMTO Mticlo of hrgc, strong, high-grado steel wires, heavily galva nized. Amply provides for expansion mid contrnctiotr.- Itf practically everlasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Does not mutilate nor injure stock. Turns afiilo, tees, Stags and Figs EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us ami guaranteed by the mnmtfnctitri-rs. Call and hco It. Wo can show you how It wilt save you motley and fenco your llclds no tlmy will stuy fenced. Two car loads, American Wire Fencing. Two car loads, Fertilizer for Spring trade. One car load, Galvanized Steel Roofing. Farm Implements of all kinds. Drain Tile of all sizes. Selected stock of Wall Paper. Wc invite comparsion of prices. KLIN...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 March 1908

amamrpiymp wy mMt!grii$wmmwmwm vwEyin'mfBH1 lplgKtl!H;flHP'lSiijWt'WIWP -f r -""-"''-'""-- LOCAL AND WELLMAN & YO Trw Garden sued- In bti'k nt. Unrt tfc' Co. WMM!Hg)IHWBMPlmiWI"W ' N PERSONAL Atty. 'I'nin Dulson, of Lancaster, was in Logun, Tuesday, on btiel-nese. The host putntx nmdo Hold by Bort A Co. Mrs. M. II. Chorrington will re ceive the Social Oirclo, next "Wed nesday. The fluent vurniah stains are sold by Hort it Co Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence YorgoB returned from Sundueky, Tuesday evening. Tbo best blond purifier, Iagoo, sold by Bort fc Co. Today the big Douglas Congres sional Convention is on in Logan. Watch the fur lly. A fine catarrh remedy, Tagon, eold by Hort it Co. Mr. Geoige Tucker, of New Straitsvillo, wub in Logan, Tues day, on hiiBinea". The bent appetiser, Iagoo, ROc por bottle nt Ito't'e. Mrs. T. J. Leyshon leaves, to day for Texas, where Mr. Leyshon has been for some time. Hundreds of bottles of Iagoo sold every yeur by Hort it Co. Dr. Tippie, of Murray City, Co...

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. — 26 March 1908

!r$&&l&8&t yyTf'y T,7?tyyyv t ?r - - masM 77 DEMOeRATSENTINEL 4 Tim OHIO DDMOORAT, 27th Teat No 13 THE HOOKING 8I1NTINBL 07th Yr No 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1908. Tie Only DemooratloPitper In ti County Oironhtlon 3000 One Dollar Ftr T(r "nffl JS" ll ''nW .f 6IBIS0NVILLE OIL FED History of tho Energetic Probing of That Territory. TWENTY-FIFTH WELL Many Good Gas Weils In Laurel Township. Through the courtesies extended to our representatives hy T. D. Woods, on whose property oil has boen struck in luimense quantities, David Wylio, an export drillor,and W. T. Brushnros, n loading citizon and an observing man of all'airs, we aro .enabled to givo to our readers a complete record of the wells drilled hi, their results And possibilities at and near the vil lage of- Gibisonvillo, in Laurel township, in this county. Eight years ago a Columbus company drilled a well on the Jo soph McBrooin farm, just this side of Gibisonvillo. It doveloped about 2,50...

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. — 26 March 1908

't- -y 'mifwif'niffiykiitt 'wmnmnmm "TsfplP"lli' MJH l! ijPiwWfTf """"I1 f'' " 'V . -. iijii '"' " " ' ammin m iwnwt n mini mn tWSOF OTHER TOWNS New Plymouth Geo. Gibbons, postmaster of tliis place, returned liotne Tues day, Murch 17, after u two week's visit in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Eggleston and son, Colonel, spent Wednesday March 18, in Logun. Miss Madge McDowell, of Dele ware, Ohio, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. .). McDowell, of this place, last week. Rain! rain! rain! and then, mud! mud! mud! That is the way it has been in New Plymouth for the past week. Rom to Mr. and Mrs. Kthvard Bay, Friday morning, a son. Geo. Riggs, T. A. Hughes, Will Gibbons, Bert Winteis, Mr. Grllltth and runiily, Walter Lee, Lon Warthman and several other from around here spent Friday in McArthur. The Mission Rand of the l'repby terian church of this place, will give a measuring social at the hoine of Hirum llorden's on Fri day evening, March 27th. Every one that comes must be measure...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

"" WA) rnw(vT5inp; D MPPPBWMW WWlWItttMMM I.WWWlMtlflJMWiWftW'WBEtWW "ww i wmiijmhiwji n ii j 1 1 iiiwiwri 1 umb SKtU COMING TO LOGAN, OHIO SrT Honday, .April 13. MftK" WILL PAY YOU Diseases. treatment Got Well, Consult Dr. Wolst. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work, If you are sullerlng from any Chronic Disease of Stomach, Liver, Dowels, Rectum, Lungs, Host, l'hroal. Bronchial Tubes, Uraln, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Mood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder. Prostate, tic, 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 alt diseases pecul lar to men, especially those suffering from over work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Varl cocelc, Rupture, Blood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial. Vnrlcooolo and Rupturo Curod with out tho ubo of tho kulfo. Each 1 nerson anrjlv hi for treatment should IT which will recei...

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. — 26 March 1908

wft -piw "i "QF ,, p -j .B-vr., -a- jivwps 5f ? ,5w"w5f''",8f"s",'5JfWw ililiUII,JMlLlia'VJiitWiMWiM'MiiJi'''i'iit'iiWMtWW''M-iWMiviiii iwiiWlMlWWiKtilliiiiaiiii.jiriitfiil Vi'iiWrfHftrittiTiMjujtui 'illliaiigiiiUi'iiaiitiiiiiwiivwlriBWiii .. ijiiiMiiiiii jiimlumxki iiinjjjuui.ij iiju' IH()iiJiiiiiiniilji.liiHjii.)iiiMiii iinlmiH'rWi.n iiMhIi.uii-mmii.i ii.iin j mipiiu. .... I JUDGE O. W. H. WRIGHT, Of Old Hocking. Absolutely Pure & i -j-"- - t v"-v DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rOBMSUKI) EVEKY T1IUR9DA.Y SIOKNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOKPOUATKD) 1'UBIJSHEKS VlHOlt. C. LOWKY, - - PBK3IDKNT H.Q. HAN8KI., - - SEOIIKTAKY J. B. DoLI.ISOX, - - - EOITOK OlIAH. II. BHCK - ASiO. HnlTOR AMANAOKR OFFICE: In DollUon Block, South Door Entered ns Second Class Matter October 1, 1U03, at the Post otllce at Logan, Olilo, under Act of Congress of Muh :!, 187W. Thursday, March 26, 1908. Democrat Announcements PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Wo uru authorized to announce the niui...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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