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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

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Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

. 'mffmwmmgmv!!fmlimmm,t 'iiwwwp1 "?- ' WH mwi 6liwl.Eiiw4irtftl,.iujllw &2MAm. WM(WffiplLiH(fcglltiWiIUWW BftIIHIPW"rt'lWAlltfHrfllj('iWWlllllIHlU'U'lllilllP" SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Domoutic Club Mrs. niinH will locolvo t ho Do mestic club t 111 h nTtorunon. Wouvor-Ro elisors On 'I Uidy. March 17, at tlie U. B pursuant i- In Logan, the Rev. J. W. Willis solemnized the marriage of .Mr. Jinn K. Weaver and Mis Miiry A. Kodgers, both of Marion township, in this coun ty. Five O'clock Ton. The W. H. M. S. will give n five o'clock let ut the M. K. parsonage on Ttitibdiiy evening of next week. The charm' will he 10 (vnttf, and an unuiunlly good supper will be provided. You tire invited. Jolly Doxon Poclro Club Mies Lillie Wright very charm ingly entertained the .Inlly Dozen, Thursday night. Misb Flossie Newman secured the club prize, n handsome water-color picture, and Miss Myers won the visitor's prize, a china plate. Mrs. Fred Grove was handed the booby, in the form of a lemon. Mrs. F...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

-7" V ti9vp'frt x-jp - s, Vjsi'W 4BfBgyg" '",3 S'-'1 rifp fjjra wr ww j IE '! lf 1 1 'WJ'r?l fWWJ f r-r-?5tvJ;'Pr,H?TW f fW?wf?tpi,,T"r "ft-i i iW't-W - w '.u r wwa?WMMiiwsiMiiiw iwwfiPEwjMOwHuw S3 " WW SINCtHtTV CtOTMlt " CD'TBIliMf Quality Without the Handicap At. a Mine like Uio present, when some people feel it necessary to safeguard theirlnterests In iiioio careful investment and expendituies, It Is even more important tlian usual to make your clothing money count for satisfaction and service. Our organization is equip ped for service. Our stock represents the lines of America that are PORIiflOST IN QUALITY AT MODEST PRICES. All the newest style conceits are here, in suits and overcoats; snappy, modish models without the ridiculous ear-marks of foppishness: as well as the quiet, genteel effects favored by the moderate dresser. Among our line we show only the best makes of clothing, famous for workmanship ' ' quality as well as stylo , STRENTZ EXCHANGE MUKKAY CITY INnni'KNDENT. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

BJ ly" ' wtBpmwwm5WIw9 "WWPW WtBTSl JVWSWW I THElf I IRON V WAY -1 m A Tata of tlits Builders of (ho West I I "y I SARAH PRATT CARR fl Itlaitrttlaaa far Art.WtUUroion U Copyright, HOT. A. C. McCluru A Co ,Cblcif o SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER. I. The story opens durlnff a trip ot the "Overland Mall'' through the ltocky mountains, while efforts are be ln niudo to build up thu country "Uncle Billy" Dodge, stage dtlver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, und 1'lilneaq Cudwal ler, Introduced, They come across tho remains of a minmiere Later at An thony' station, thev tlnd the rediklns have carried their destructive work thero also. CHAPTER II. Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, is in troduced. The travelers Unit that An thony has been killed. CHAPTnil III Vincent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford is assigned his work in unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built, lie Hears of safe ut rival of Stella Anthem In u letter from her. CHAPTnn IV. Vincent l'ts town wh...

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. — 26 March 1908

JJJJr! " m t " 4 f W " -5J-TW, r?; si y11'1 "IT" nmmwMiimwiMWiMaiw Headquarters for Farm Fences. AMERICAN FENCE Br fJlM.fL.-r: torn nfA It J flU t " 'oft " -u-u.KJi.i.jLil.riM . fTTHfflfMnTT" "", TTi" MADE IN ALL HEIGHTS Made of large, strong, hlghgrndo steel wires, heavily galva nized. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically everlasting Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Does not mutilate nor injure stock. Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pigs EVEUY HOI) GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by the manufacturers. Call mid sou It. wo can show you how it will snvoyou money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. Two car loads, American Wire Fencing. Two car loads, Fertilizer for Spring trade. One car load, Galvanized Steel Roofing. Farm Implements of all lcinds. Drain Tile of all sizes. ' Selected stock of Wall Paper. Wc invite comparsion of prices. KLINE BROS. Ese' SOCIETY NEWS OF , OTHER TOWNS sjZsz By .,V'? Special Correspondents Noti...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 March 1908

wutw-'nT otWR'rsp -v mitri8!&iw'W0-r ?Gi-in?n"9ii sfrrprwnflB"' Kr TrrTwwww" " liWlrt(lMiffiliiWHM1 THE FARMERS' CD-OPBRAT 1 Mill CO, s Come and see our stock, if you don't see what you g fj want, ask. Put up your horses in otir hitch yard and make Ej yourself at home. Take a look at our I Buggies and Vehicles, 1 Machinery of all Kinds I Machinery made by the trust, and also independent g machinery, fake a look at it. Check Row Corn Planters g with or without fertilizer attachment, the g 20th Z5 Our Stock. Breaking Plows, galore,come and see them, the price is right. Hardware, Paints and Oils, White Lead, Gas Ranges and Hotplates, Wire Fence and Wire, Plumbers' Sup plies, Tinware and Fertilizer. Come and see our stock and convince yourself that we have any thing you need. The Farmers' SO. MULBERRY ST. uiiiaauuuiiiUiaiiiiuiuuuauiimuaiiuiuiuiUiuuimiauuaauuuiUiiiiiiiaimiauiit! Probata Notice. Notice Is herobv glvon Mint lliu following Acciiunts uml Vouchors have been llli'il In lli...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

vtymwifp wfifi SSfn'ySflifiii&ri!'iJYJLi:' iYAi mxr- b&Wvffi jn$$Frfr- jmw$ rt i" "J-t-f-". f frw. rwywTf' sf-rprr' TB DEMOeR SENTINEL. !KttttMpr TIM OHIO BIJMOORATi 27th Yoar No 11 TiMHOOKINQ BKNTINlHi 07th Yar Ho 37 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. Th Only Demooratlo Paper la the County OlronUllon 3000 Un Dollar Per Tear Ft$ri$F' kLh J? tf Ml C I TRIAL AGAIN Italian Gun User Faces a Second Jury, on Charge of Murder. SIDES STRENGTHENED Legal Battle in Progress Bitterly Contested. Tho Common Pious Court con vened Monday in Logan with Judge George K. Martin on tho bench. Tho sitting of tho grand jury wus postponed and tho sec ond trial of Michael Cicalo for the murder of George Hulo was called. During last month the trial was had and Cicalo found guilty of munsluugiiter. Application was in tide for a new trial and granted by Judge Martin for the following reasons: The court ruled, during the trial, and he had former decisions of almost all courts in sever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

WWWP flfif. "wJip;fl!,'T" $6WV"jriSjip!"V"jfVT. f 3 IQCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY At the meeting of tho coninils' eloiiorrt on Mdroll 5, tho rocord bIiowh tlio following proceedings: In tho in ittter of tho Inspection of tho county tronsury tho record is uB follows : An inspection mid thorough oxnuilnntion of nil book, vouchers, necnttniH, bonds and se curities nnd other property In tho tronsury of Hooking county, was liiiulo by tlio Auditor nnd Commis sioners nnd their findings nre: MONUY IN liltAWillt. Hills in druwer S J fi 00 Silvor in drawer .. . i'fi GO PonnioH 2f Coupons from bonds. . 722 81 Niekles 0 or. MONKV IN BAIT. Bills f. Wnrrnnts redeomed . ... 1728 00 281 00 2782 OS Total Money in National Hank of Logan on deposit for county (ID, 000 00 Total in all 71,782 00 Tlio interest puid in the county funds on deposit is $128.03. jrnr.TiNO maucii 0. The following sheep claims for sheep killed by dogs, wore al lowed : William Itonsonhaver .$ 0 00 Irvin L. Krinn 00 75 William Moofc. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

.H'l'Ul i "lipilfllBUWIi! P AJ'"4PIPIW WyJiilMyWlj ujjihHlU.1-' , 11. jVww.'BaiiiiiiMiiw'wuiimrgwnwiuiiii m inn u'l nmimw'iilliWlJ'i'iii8WWirifii iaaiAiuarniimiiwiM DE M CON N N States Committee the Time. Fixes Pursuant to tho order of tlio Dem ocratic Stnto Central Committee, no tice Is hereby given that the conven tion of the Democrats of the State of Ohio to nomlnnte candidates for stnte olllct'fl to 1)0 voted for at the November election, 1II0S, will be held at Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and 6, 1008. Uach county will bo entitled to one delegate and one alternate for each 500 votes cas,t for John M. Pattlson for Governor of Ohio, at the Novem ber election, 1905, and ono additional delegate and nlternnte for the re mainder of votes exceeding 2fi0. The prescribed number of delegates to this convention shall be elected through primaries, or delegate con ventions, the delegates to which shall have been elected at primaries, or mass conventions, held In the county...

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. — 2 April 1908

CBUHM ,'MPi "SI "! HT SI wtfMrv immkp&ri lj i T 1' 't C Vltr wmfi if k p a .-.l j.j iiuiiiiuu i nimwaimi,ijiiiiiiiiminii.iiiii,,iijlfrti ,) Wall pupor at Onsen, Mrs. (Jcbb Vorls Is vory sorlously slok. Seed corn at Wright ifc Allon, on tho avenue. The big wnll pnpor snlo is now on, nt Bort ifc Co. Mr. Vomon Flnnoy, of Orland, wns In Logan, Friday. Mrs. Pearl Smith is visiting In McArtliur tills week. Host lino of 10c wall sold, by Hurt fc Co. pnpor are Mr. Curl Bla'ckston is visiting in Bucyrus for a week, Mr. and Mrs. Thud Allon spout Sunday in "Nclsonvllle. Opio .Read nt the Logan Oporn House, Friday, April 10. Mr. J. C. Morgan was a visitor to Now Ply mouth, Monday. Tho best pnints made sold by Bort it Co. Mr. Chnrley Kloinsmith goes to Wullston this week to work. Mr. Noah Wolfe, of Mflxvillo, was in Logan, Wednesday. UEU. ANU PFRSIWAI . . . -i V Tho host varnish stains 'are sold by Bort fc Co Mr. John C. Young was a visitor to Athens last Wednesday. The newest thing in wall,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

Ft" KjtosS WT,W? T --"?HI&T i 5 H. v -T wi ihilll linn" : IniJii iiii"lllAinh,lii 'imu v:' (j Jwft fiSF : K m, day ' l VWr, 0! II il v I -w--" .iw( ID VAVfe& day. VjJ) V-JrS ' Tourists Tlio Tourist club meets with Mrs. John Smith this evening. Nondescript irre. J. T. Sanderson is hostess to tlio Nondescript club this after noon. Saturday C'.ub Miss JjOU Kowen received the Saturday club, last Saturday. Two moat excellent papers were read, "George William Curtis," by Mrs. Gbrrett, and "Prue and I," by Miss Jones. fcloki Podro Club On Friday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. Thad Allen received the Moki Pedro Club at their home on the Heights, and a very eDJoynblo evening was spent. Miss AnnaKreig won the ladies' prize and Mr. Will Lehman captured the gents reward. Mrs. Allen served a very pleasing lunch, af ter which a "Burlesque auction" was pulled oil' that made one con tinuous round of merriment. Eutorpean Club Mrs. McKay received the Euter pean club, Thursday evening, of l...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

n Stjr-j&f". T- & nmpnfwmiMnnwH wwwgw rttftwtiWiwriHKWwwwaK jnrM SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS ?'? v-v By Special Correspondents Cider Valley Quarterly meeting was hold at llesboro lust Saturday and Sunday. Elder Chorrlngton Was present and delivered some very ablo sermons. Protracted meeting Is still progress at iMt. Pleasant. .lames Llndsey and wife visited Dave Stlvlson and family, of near Lo gan, last Saturday and Sunday. W. K. Thrush was at llesboro last Saturday on business. Walter. Lane made a business trip to Logan last Sattuyay. 0. W. Rlggs Is attending court at Logan tills week. 11. li. Hansel and family, of Logan, visjted II. II. West and family Sun day. .lames NImon passed through our valley Monday. Pearl Ileliileln and sister Lucy, were entertained at the home of Will Hugglns, Sunday. Geo. Nicholas has moved on the Susan Soudcrs farm. 0. W. Allelic Is busily engaged In cleaning up his farm and putting a now roof on his buggy, house. Mrs. lMioads, of Coonville, Is ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

WiyPW WW1BrJWfrfTOFq SWfwjfpmnmpW'" "wrwsejmn MJyawurff'lBWff;Mff'!fiW'?',w, "'!PWW . pHMPWWPwwiiujmumuwi wwiiywwwfwwtmmwHUimii'wi imu i n wwwitiiJPHwniiwiiiwiiiir J' (I THE if I IRON I V WAY A. A Tale of tho Builders A of (ho West I I! fiy I 1 SARAII PRATT CARR IllailMlloiiibrAfl.Wllllsmion If Copyrlg-ht, !;, A. C. McCluru A Co., Chicago 8YN0P8I3. CHAPTER; I. The Htory opens during a trip of the "Overland Mull" through tho ltocky mountulns, wlille efforts nro be ing made to build up tlio country. "Undo Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Altred Vin cent, a young num. mid I'hlncai Cadwul ler, Introduced. They uoine across tho remains or a massacre. Later ut An thony'ii station, they tlnd the redskins liave carried their destructive worlc thero ulso. CHAPTER Il.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In troduced. The travelers llnd that An thony has been killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford Is ns.sliined his work in unearthing plans o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

$wm$rszr P -y-iP5' W-Sfr- mw m miinBirirrtUft nwmnJji iniwMiiiiiiiiif,rfiimno iIMIWw,hW,w 1 mil 1111111? 'if i , I. rmiwMatMMmmmm SOCIETY NEWS OP OTHER TOWNS ivLy By Special Correspondents Garbonhill Shorlir Willninson nnd Olerk of Courts D. M. Holiday, of Logan, woro lioro on business last Tues day. Harry Dilclior, of Nolsonyille, spent part of lust week lioro. Mr. Arthur Hicks nnil wife, of StrultHvillo, 8punt part of lust weok at tlie homo of Mr. W. E. Evans and wife, of this plnco. Win. Purks, our road superin tendent, Imp begun to improve tho rondH. Mrs. Pcnrl Doiinhour is in Co Illinium, helping to wuit ou her son Ilnrrnld, who is in tho hospital, having undergone an operation for nppondoitls. J. M. Swonzy and .less Stribling, of Sand Run, worn seen hare last Thursday. J. G. Spencer was in Logan on business Inst Friday. Squire Isaac Williams, of Long strotli, passed through hero last Thursday cvonlng, onroute home from Logan. Harry Larimer recently moved his family from Monday...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 April 1908

.,' jj j "ym fypmrnwrngwimmw'' i; Hfmnaw" m jMiW i ri 'tfaagm MHMMMKWMiMMl ilimliiitiiliMiniii.iiin,'iiiliii rtl $ First Authoritative Showing $ rL tvt AT Ol LUC nCW 1Y1UUC1S 1U1 W-pJLllAg m m 5;-,,.,, QB UifTOiv glHg' F. Blasius & Son. . SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS ,c?,vty -S"S By Special Correspondents Pleasant Valley Rev. J. L Baker and wife, of near Gibisonville, passed through our valley, Tuesday, enrotite to Logan. John Evans and son, William, were in Logan, Snturda'. Daniel Ringhiser was down to the village mill one day lust week. Sam'l Sisco called on George Conkel, Monday morning. Charles Zeigler and his pupil, RusBell Prior, made a Hying trip to Gibisonville, Thursday and Fri day. Mrs. Harvey Bowers and daugh ter, Marjorie, were the guests of Isaac Vancuren's, last week. Chasles Krinn, of near Gibison ville, called on his father-in-law, Solomon I otitis, one day this week. Charles lies, the man from under the spreading chestnut tree, was in th valley, Tuesday evening. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 April 1908

&ZyYtofttyi9xrr!gi'iyi?ifpfipf- -j - rf-w I MMjEr LjftZrirMXjKKlijtY. I sjmHrl, M MAJErJL TIW! OHIO DUMOOKAT. 27t1i Tear No 10 TUB HOOKINO BBNTIHBLJ17.th.Yoar No 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. The Only Democratic 1'aper In the County Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear JJraHMY lpyp wfyiA mi iT'TlfrllMfc foru7Wffl, r j , ft rt NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Mound Crossing Qenrgo Ilnrtsmigh, of nonr South Porry, is putting in n largo quiuii ty of tile for Job. 1 UraHlinros, of thin plncc. Wngon lontl nftor wagon loiul of com pusses through horo almost dully. It is bought in tho vicinity of Laurelvillo and mostly gooB in to Lnurcl township. . John Komol, of Jnok Hun, wan a shopper at this place, last Sat urday ovoning. Alton Cluppor has rented his pusturo to A. I), Schaal, of Middle Fork. Mr. Scott, proprietor of tho Franlclin Printing Co., of Colum bus, who lias boon rusticating with Jos. F. Urasharos, for the past four wookB, returned to Columbus, on last Friday, ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 April 1908

S rtiai9WiiMsxaiM,JCTwammuLwmT8 . iiiiiiMMwiii-nin-iir-nT " r 'HTjttiot i drop of Ihu ourhtln. 'Jlonry Allllor, 'JamOS E. Campbell for who is won Known ns America a greatest Rtngo hintiagor, Is tho pro ducing manager and ho ling sup pilot! "Hrown of Ilarvnrd" with n sconlo production wlnoli Ifnp evoked praise from tho critics rif New York, Chicago and tho few othor oltlrn wlloro "Brown of Harvard" has appeared. Senator. The question of tho indorsoniont o a candidate for tho United Stntcs sonnru by tho Democratic state convention appeals to be agitating many ol tho members of that.party just now. It appears that eX-Oovernnr .Timing K. fJinnn- AY. H.Pntton, that gifted young uc haB ,lt!0n ttalwtntt in t,0 playrigllt, B,0I.vnH i ,t,,, ,., ,,f nniinf.v nn. American actor and mado his annual visit to Logan on Opie Head, lecturer, traveler and novelist lectures at the Opera House tomorrow(Fridn y) evening on his latest and best subject "First Ono Thing and Then An other." It is not often ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 April 1908

IBWWWilWIlStWWffWtlJMiJIU.IIIAUWUJMiP.W.IIWWlulllKil.lMll ) Mi ':.T ft I P OLD SI" HUBBARD HAS A GREAT TRIP Eiij bys the Mud and the Music and is Very Successful. Hiutou DnMooitATSnNTiNr.i,: I succeeded in (rotting tlitougli Koukbridgo on u vory recent Tues day morning, escaping, by tlie Rkln of my tooth, n recaption committee-consisting of Boyd Troxol, tliu chairman, und several lumdred of that fninouH little city's repre sentative citizens, who wore bound and dntcrminod tlint I should de liver nn address on political coon- oiny, or sassafras ten, I don't know which, but at this time I am some how r othor unable- to state. I don't think there was a single soul saw mo unless it was Itivor Dupler, who was hiking it down towards the rivor with a fishing polo and a can or worms. I am inclined to think that Iliver was too busily engaged keeping an overloaded can of worms that woro constantly trying to wigglo their way out. T hit the route at a 2:40 gait and immediately bognu to inuko th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 April 1908

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