ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,658 items from Democrat-Sentinel, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,658 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 April 1908

"wviivjs IfTW llj lllUI, ILLi-IIH. rt?rH" K.ji j-"-tr rjwiww , aiiniu'- i t ni iwwiwpiPBwifWiw ifwui w hj w i mi nw iwnw imj im wjm nwwrwwMWMMWwi 1 1 m mwrmi ' iiipwiwiiwwwwiMw MuiiMiwiMiiijwmmHnnfMmi ; , k) c ;i ii". a i S) fo f gmminmnimmmifflminwmmnmiinnimimnfflinmg iThe New White 1 1 Dress S A large showing of many new designs and weaves 5 Ei in all the popular White Dress Fabrics, generally ac- 5 Sj- ccptcd as correct for the new tailored and fancy waists 3 Es and dresses. Pretty fine sheer materials in India linens, S3 Persian and French lawns, French batistes, mulls and 3 : nainsooks, plain welts, linens, soiscttcs and linen finish :3 jj materials. Striped and checked dimities, mercerized ; novelties, fancy stripes and plaids, shadow checks, :S3 S embroidered and dotted Swisses and mulls. If it's any ; sS thing in white you arc thinking of, look here before j3 7 you buy. i 2 Exta good values in India linens, suitable for all kinds of -i f C wcarabliOc, lGc, 11! 1-L'c and 1UC ...

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. — 9 April 1908

fm'niWm'fWI -f W"P" ',H!W!W',wWV" "Jf!T"-"-HW'?m Itfl HMIWWJl afcWW WlhlW W' lWHWHHWWWPIWIPWWWMWWW THElf I IRON I y WAY 1 A Talc of (he Uullders j m of (ho West 1 I SARAn MATT CARR 1 A Ittat trtloa far Art. Willlimaan 9 CopjrlgUt, UW, A. C McClurg A Co , CMcaeo 8YN0P3I3. CIIAPTHR I The story opern during a trip of the "Ovarland Mull'' through tho llucky mountains, while efforts aro bo ltitr mailo to build up thi country. "Undo Hilly" Dodge, stuge driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, unci l'hlneus Cudwul lur, Intiodiiced They tome across tho remains of a mussucrp Later at An thony's station, thu llnd the rcdsltlns lmvo carried their destructive work thuru also. CIIAl'THR Il.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station. Is In troduced The tiuvulvru llnd that An thony has been killed CHAPTEU III -Vincent with letter of Introduction tu Gov. atunfoid li a-jslgned his work In unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built He heals of safe arris ul of Stellu Anthony In u...

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. — 9 April 1908

ppfwwppip ,wwr jM HWIMIWHI1WWWW MIMBmmllHII.IWlMW K( I ' ft J I'S SOCIETY NEWS OP OTHER TOWNS AS jvrV By Special Correspondents Sand Cave About two weeks ago Mr. Lovi Hull, who wiim oit"o a resident of Hooking Comity! hut now roBidoB in Clinton county, this state, enmo back to visit old frionds iintl to ronow tlio Bocnory in ennnootion with Homo of the gigantic rooks of this part. Ho succeeded in explor ing uovornl cavorns, which were thought by nil Inter rosidontH to lio Inaccessible from which ho ob tained Rovcrnl rolics,. among which was a Know Nothing Imdgo nnd n copy of the Hookino Siintinih. pub lished A. D. 1850, contiiining about n dozon stanzas in poetry describing tlio good ivnd bad quali ties of the contending Presidential candidates that year. At the head of the paper with a poncil wns written the subscribers name Jra Gage. Many names wore inscribed upon the inor walls, with tlio ud dicss of each person therein in scribed and the date when written. Tlio dato of some ran ...

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. — 9 April 1908

"""W vf)?wiir -iwrv -- X-7' t ruTjiji rti " O CMM , iMMi..iimiia.w.iii.iM Miimiiiimi mjmihihhiiiii I SHIRT EXCELLENCE The man who wants to buy shirts that arc in good taste shirts that arc well made shirts that arc com fortable in fit without paying ex trnvagant prices for them can find his sort of shirts here. The fabrics an new, designs in white, stripes and figures; detached or attached cuffs. Shirts made by one of the best makers, but, as we said, they are moderately priced. 50c to $1.50 If the shirts are not right, your money goes back this, you know, is our way of doing things. Chas. Rose The Outfitter. CLOTHES OF QUALITY AT PRICES THAT PLEASE The sort of suit you should wear, sir, is here waiting for you. It's the sort of suit you need not worry about. Strange how the little feeling of unrest, that come from a doubt as to the appearance of his clothes, can interfere with even a sensible man a work and destroy his peace of rnind. And wc '"put on a better front" when we're sure...

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. — 16 April 1908

PNTINP I n&s&tism MC OHIO DRMOOHffi-TU7thTeiirNolO LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1908. The Only Democratic l'apor la the Odnnty Circulation 3000 Oao Dollar For Tear THE ROOKINO HENTIKUL 07th Year Ho 30 THE DEMi OQRA r-s b i. Oil Thursday of Inst week, tho grand jury oT this tortn of Coni 111011 I'loiiH court rose and reported 11H follows: UKl'OUT OP OltANI) JUIIY. To tho Ilonnrnblo George K. Mnr tin, Judge of tho I'ourt of Com mon Plens, Hooking county, Ohio: Tho Grand Jury of tho court of Common Plena of this term, A. D., 1008, bog leave to report that thoy linvo been in session four clnys, nnd herewith return to the Court tho iiidictnionts presented by said jury. Wo havo carofully examined in to all such matters as huvo legiti mately como to our notice, having oxamined over 07 witnesses, cov ering 15 cases, and prcsontcd 10 bills. The business has been transacted in as expeditious a raannor as possible. During our session wo visited tiio County jail, oxa...

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. — 16 April 1908

I -. " .wi! mv.i"M j -f "TTOP W,'JW'i" "-f"' ftMJJIWHIllMWill'lHWMIWWWI''lW riiMivmvyB M)BIP3WW i i t I. li u- Bg"1 W I fflnm7r?gfHMnrMgg Mnnd Adams in her now play "The .Testers" opened to capacity business in Brooklyn, lust week. The pres3 nnd public arc elected over the success of this wonderful Actress. Ethel Bnrrymoro is fentured this week in u new piny from the pen of thnfc gifted plnyright Clyde Fitch. Violn Allen hns the new piny habit, it is culled J reo Wycherlej'. The press state that the now phy is a decided success. "The Merry Widow" companys throe of them is the dramatic tri umph of tho age. You must be u real "it" and see this famous of nil famous musical comedies. Richard Carle of Mary's Lamb, fame is unique nniong American comedians, in that; he never takes off his nose gIn3sos nor docs he ever hido his identity under a grotesque make up. His glasses are a necessity for he can not see ten foot without them. "Flic Wolf" a play of the melo dramatic Fort had its first ...

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. — 16 April 1908

.-niljwiiwjpjyj(i jijvx hp anjiifF)iiiij ijiijpmiinF.qistv- -j Its-J.- - .-- i -.. " f - .iinuiinm iiiui niiMii-'iiinnii)i i.i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuuMipiwiiiiiiiiiii'iiiwiiiipinii"iwiiiiiiji a ji, '""'J.''JJ." ""i"'""'"'"'1 w jixwhimmii ' I (f fWWVTi W! W mmemmmmmmmmmm CouldWeButSeeYou FACE TO FACE Could we but talk with you, and tell you of the succes9 of thousands of young men and women whom we have educated for a business career, we know that you would be convinced that by tatting a thorough business and shorthand training, such as Is offered at Bliss College, we could place you In line for rapid financial advancement and success. The iBIIss School has enabled hundreds of joung men and women to Increase their earning capacity from 50 to 100 more by taking a thorough training along business lines. We would like to tell you of hundreds of such young men as William Dobbyn.wholn five years has risen from a country schoolteacher to private secretary to John Jacob Astor, one of the greate...

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. — 16 April 1908

l'"l!W"Mlii in&twfy" ""l- " '' pmitmiitm "it " ' mamimtmaniHHmHHeMmmvmi ihwiiiiwi It I X ROYAL Bkliici mo oiiiy uaKing rowucr iiiiiuu Willi Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes Insures healthful and delicious food for every home every day Safeguards your alum and OCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS ? L5-J -'V-''V By Special Correspondents Happy Ridge Making garden seems to be the order of the duy. Mrs. James Gordon called on Mrs. Lewis Ilullincs uiul family Sunday nfteinonn. Mr. niul Mis. ffm, riullman, of Bethelville, -were Sunday visitots on this ridge Enquire Dupler, of Rockbridge, was peon on our streets last week. Several of the people of this place attended the last day of school at Pursell one day last week. Miss Bertha Denton, who has been woiking for Lewis Undines and family, has returned to her homo at Piusell. Mis. Flossio Febus spent one day Inst week with Mrs. Maigaret Gordon anil family. Jacob and Heniy Calvert, of Pickaway county, Rpent Sunday with thoir sister, Mr...

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. — 16 April 1908

iV. - f sji I'mimpiipn ipi ,.mn 5 ,' oc L N PERSONAL Rood corn ut Wright ikAllon, on tlio IIVIU1U0. MIbs Elllo Myers spent Fiidny nnd Saturday at.AthniiRi Mr. WuhIi Walker, of Hitydon vlllo, wub In Logan today. Mrs, Wm. McMorrow was a vis Itor to Columbus, TueHdoy. Mr. John Shannon, of Fulton hum, Is in Logun a few days. Minn J no Ohonoy, of Murray Oity, apont Sunday in Logan. Mr. Tom Wnkoloy, of Hebron, Ohio, was in Logan, Sunday. Mrs, Frnnlc Stevens wns a vis itor to Nolsonvillo, last Friday. (tf.fr. Kd. Smith, of Curbonhill, was a visitor to Logan, Monday. Attorney Uedforn, of Adelphia, is in Logan today, attending court. Manager John Collins went to Cleveland, yesterday, on businoqg. Mr. Phillip Kolch, of Nolson yille, was in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Shady Yoris, of Rockbridge, spent Sunday in Lo gan Mrs. Jesse Thomas, of Jackson, is visiting lior father, Kov. I. W. Willis. Mr. and Mru. John Hutiout mo making an extendod visit in Car torsvlllo, Georgia, with their old CBt ...

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. — 16 April 1908

sy-yB!fT -t" i'?'W-feWJ?ytjSjffltf) .uWpQQ kii.MiidiiriWiBLMir!ia Btw 1aifcTt,g.,lLfcfl -.8 f. - woymni iiinmminwoii'nwwunm lr?.vr- if. I r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. JfUHI.tSHKI) P.VRIIY TltUil'H'A.Y MOHNtMd. The Logan Printing and rublishlttg Co. UWOHI'IIHAIKD) I'tUlUHIII'ttH VtWlIt.C. l.OWIl., I'llfMIIIBNT 11,11 HANIft., HKl'HhTAIir J, H. nill.MHON, lilltTOK C'lIAH It. IIK( K AtHO, I.IIIIOlUt MAVAllKIt OKKH'K: In Dolllion Mock, Hoiith Door filtered ns Kecnliil (Uiihs Mutter October It I WW, nl lilt; roil iiinci ill liOKiiiii uniii, uniler Act uf I'linnriii'iiit Mi'li .1, I17W. Thursday, April 16, 1908. Democrat Announcements l'lKWIK I'TINO A'l I'OHN'I'. o mo autliorlpil to umiouiicp tho iiiiino of II ll.MI'AHNON ntiiiMimllilillo foi I'nw cutlnK Altoinoy of ItuckliiK Cmtiily, suli Ject to tin) lh'inociiit Ii I linn v l.li-ctloii I'oi'.vrv iti'cottmnt Wniitp imtlioilpil to iiniituincii tlio mum of CIIAtll.l.S A. Wltltllll'iisu cmiilldiite for Comity Hi'uordor. sulijocl t...

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. — 16 April 1908

VJtff" "" l" CT! winMMniivwHniMmmnimpimi mmRMmmn Wff'jwwwnnniwiiiupiiiiiHWi mmmmimimmmm Mmmmm9mwmnimmmmtmw&'mm '"r-- .gfrfr '.7' "V tmA- T Vt .A ft WC3S. V ml. F 'J P W- Law Makers of Ohio. One Thousand Bills Introduced, and But Thirty-five Become Laws. "Tho nilmbor of bills Introtlticotl in tlio Gonornl Assombly of Ohio, rnngo toward the tliousand murk,' ynt but sovonty-two hnvo received tlio mnglo Hlgnuturo of tbo govern- or and thus becouio laws of tlio Stuto. Gov. limns 1ms not votood any monsuro prcsotitod to him. Tlio now labor Iiiwh nro the KoynoldB child labor law, tho Motzgor anti-contributory nogli gonco, tho HoynoldH certification of minora, tlio Crawford minors' safety, tho Jonos law, regulating tho ntorago of explosives in mines, nnd a law by Itoynolds increasing tho salary of tho workshop in spector. Threo totnpornnco moasurns have bcootno Iiiwh the Roso county lo cal option, tho llathburn law, pro hibiting drinking on trains, nnd tlio Jonus unti-pockot law. Threo ...

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. — 16 April 1908

u iiwumi inn (uniinqnmnm '' f$$gt?f"' "fcHrtc umnwmwwwywuifiiUKiw-MiPW IMWTlWI'jp lfWiMHWWIMWWJPIMMIIWIW1fj inwpowwuww w mmwi miPPwwwp'wwBwiiwwiwriPi tl i i; I gmiwi wiii mn urm THE if I IRON I y WAY i A A Talo of the builders H of (ho West I I D f i SARAH PRATT CARR I m Illuiltillonibr Att.Wlllliraion U Cowrlabt, 1WJ, A. C JlcClunr A Co , Cklngo 8YN0PSI8. CHAPTER I. Tho story opens during a trip of the "OveilanJ Mall" through the ltocky mountulns, while efforts urn be ins muilo to build up the country. "Uncle Billy" Dodgo, Htugu drlvor, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, and l'hlneas Cudwnt ler, Introduced They come across this remains of a massucre Later at An thony's station, the find the redskin') have carried their destructive work tht.ro also, CHAPTER Il.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In trjjuced The travelers llnd that An thony has beon killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford Is assigned his work In unearthing plutm o...

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. — 16 April 1908

wvwvimw unguium ijnn s " k -i OVER THE PIKES OUR FAITHFUL SI He Has Lots of Pleasant Experiences, Set Among the Thorns of Life. KniTim DiiMotMiAT-RnNTtNiM.: My cativuH1) over Ron tu No. 1, Rockbridge, wuh unotltor of Mioho unusually dolightful trips, niiido especially ho by the very hearty imil gonnino welcome J received ovory placo I stopped. Tlio weath- or was ploaBnnt, the ronds good, my health oxcollont mid my uppo tito Hlmrp. There wuh hnrdly any thing else to lie dcairotl, except now subscribers, nnd tlioy roBpond od liberally. T tripped nlong our two-hundred dollar pike just us guy as a littlo dickybird, warbling pi'ii'iBcs to our county commissioners and the road supervisor; for their very elllciont work. Well, I kept going and looking but could see but very Tew ohnngos on this route, in fact, I got as l'ur as J. II. Conrad's be fore I Hiiw anything that nppealcd to mo as now or unusual, I saw a man on the hilltop gazing and meditating. I did my best to at tract Ill's attent...

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. — 16 April 1908

SjmSiffmim wwsff llWpwpPMpfWMJllW '' --rsemi WMWIW MOBUfiMm NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Maxvillo Elonzo mid Wlnflold Ntmistor, drovo down fioin Columbus, lust Thursdny and 'ins culling on old frionds. Wo wi re glad to free tlieso gentlemen as they spent thoir boyhood days in Maxvillo. MrB. Francis Molilar is not quite so well, which we are Borry to hoar, Win. Wolf is suH'crinc a relapse of the mumps. John Snill' is having n swell time with the mumpi. Mrs. Jossio Terrcl is still slowly improving, which wo are surely glad to hoar. A little child of Lieu Kellie and wifo, had the misfortune of get ting its arm brok-.n. Mrs. Delilah Ornnd is some-what improvod, which we aro glad to hear. L. M. Butts has bought the house and lot, which is known a? the Tour Kennedy property, and moved his family there, which is more convenient on the account of his store. Hue Housea moved in the property which Mr. Butts vacated. G. W. Nixon is improving his house. Sylvester Brown and wife, of this place, visited h...

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. — 23 April 1908

i-wsirw5w,ff ' r SpSSfjyiy'yw f ' ,,'lw'f i '"w' y!KwBjiwjBiT'y'iil JKiriyy?giT;';: "iv f ' "?"t'? "; ffiF' 'm: T 71 THE DEMOQRAT'SENTINEL TIM OHIO DnMOOJlAT. 27th Your No 17 THn MOOKINO BKNTINnti 07th Year No AO LOGAN. HOCKING COUNTV, OHIO THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1908- The Only Democratic Paper In the County Olronlttlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year wfwf fr. DEMOCRATS ENTHUSIASTIC Hocking, County Convention the Best in Many Years. STRONG RESOLUTIONS DELEGATES TO- j THE SEVERAL CONVENTIONS CHOSEN, In pursimnco to onll tho Demo emtio Delegate Convention of Hooking county mot lit tho court house in Logan, Saturday, and u largely attended und entliuai nstio convention it was. The delegates presont wero na follows: Bonton Township, Kli Watts; Fulls, Samuel Blum; Lo gan 1 ward, John MoBroom : Lo gan !2nd. ward, Elias Bright; Lo gan JSrd. ward, .7. N. Slatzer;' Lo gan lth. ward, W. A. Henderson; Good Hopo, J. F. Rider; Green i, George Wright; Laurel, Honry Fauble; Marion, A. P. Heft; Perry 2, Nels...

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. — 23 April 1908

SE3eSSS iwwg iiiiiiiiiiiiiihi.ii'I'!i t EDITORIAL OBSERVATIONS Mu Turts spending the week in Washington i ''new lug nrqilulnt nnrofl in the war department, hilt next Huliirdiiy lie i-i "H" njniii. This lime ho vi-iH tin Sphinx club, of New Yoik Dih'h lie pio pose to answer the riddle of the Sphinx? Tlint was something nlimit wlml. goes on ii diH'erent number nf feot at il ireront times. A cliiBHit'nl gent named Oeilipiis snlvoil the conundrum, unci tlie Greek Splilnx is said to Imve thrown horsilf only Egyptian sphinxes were males ovor n elill". The renowned traveler who guessed tho answer hud swollen feet, but becnnio a king. Anybody eonld see the piitnoss of Mr. Tart's visit when diU'erenees in temperament and policies ate much discussed and things and persons swollen are in polities Pittsburg Tost. .lusr-ro uriM' t lie How of political conversations uninterrupted, some gabbling proceeds over making Hughes tho candidate for vice president with Tuft at the top. Nothing thus far bet...

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. — 23 April 1908

-jfp VT fWffwwitwiiwwtjB'wwiwwvwi wnqnuMwuwu m npf rwwiwtwnBBiwwww"wPBrwwfJWww,'f WW flWKHIJHDWliiWMB 'i'U.w.ii.tim in i.uiiiij,! mini n, .,, , mum) ?? V 4 ft p PUPILS' EXAMINATION APRIL (Under Act of United states history including ''' civil government. HoWmauy voynges did Columbus mako? AVIint waa tho result of 0110? Givo uri important fact about qaoli of thoBo; John WintKrop, Junies Oglothorpo, Sir William Berkeley, Benjamin Frauklln, Alexander Ilnmiltoti, Who discovered tho following: Mississippi rivor, Pacific ocoan, Hudson rivor, Florida? Niiino 0110 of tho colonial wars, and give its causes and results, GJvn a briof account of Burgoyne's campaigu, tolling Its object nifd oiit'couio. Explain' briolly whut is meant by tho Doclaration of Independ- enco. Tolf'from whom and how tho United States obtained tho territo 1, 4. 5, 0; 7i ry embruced within each of these states or territories: Ohio, Missouri, California, Floridu, Alasku. 8. Namo three groat Amorican inventions with the na...

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. — 23 April 1908

VWV" , t ,!3(9,!'? I llAWl'VWWMl'WiWi'MiMiiilWllLf')frWrtWWiWWMH 2jJ55!"""5n3C mmmm ouMfc j W dim. V9MHmiMimpivwmviWNCflff99aa,fwnevenjii ! l"W"i"""w"'H DEVlOCUAT-StHNtiNlBL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ruHMRimi nvir TimiisiiAY mohnihci. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. (INCOIII'lMAmi) I'lUIUMIIUHH vtHdlt, I'. I.ott'iir, I'limiiir.tT ll.d. H VNHFI,, HKCHKMIIV .1. ti. Uor.l.lsnN, MitTiut OHAH. II. Hick Asmi. Illimiit.l MANAiitit OKKH:i:i III Dollliim IllotJk, Moutli Door Entered m MrpihiiI i'Ium Mutter Oatobor 1, ItfKI, nl Hie INm nlllL'tf ill l.tignn, Ulilo, miller Adl nfl'miio "! Mull :i, IS7l. Thursday, April 23, 1908. Democrat Announcements HUHIHMTTINd ATI'OKNnY Wn urn .tut lien l7i'd to niinounee tint imnio of It. H.HI'A ItNON as n cimtlliliilo foi I'roiu ciitlim Attorney of HooUliitf County, tub- Jtcl to the Di'inoi'inl I'll mil r. IMeotlon. COUNTY KKCOKOKIl Woaro nntliciili'il to iiniimiiicp tlio nniilp nr UIIAItMIS A. WltlUllTuiii CHliilliluli' for County Itiuonler, siiltjoet to t ...

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. — 23 April 1908

WSPtPPB'Wi !rfw1F "Tttrnpffifvp ."l" f TTW" W ' "WBT V mumiUHM mOTwVffvnvn I ' . L C N PERSONAL vM. Will Petty wnH In Columbus, Sunday. Hov. Baker, of Gibisonvillo, wns in Logan today. Mr. C. E. Ploukhurp spent Sun (hiy in Columbus. Mr. Curl Engle, of Orjfid, was in Logan, Monday. City Treasurer,, G. W. Pullcn, is nn tho sick list. Mr. .Tobso Duplor, of Rockbridge, Was In Logan, Tuesday, Mr; and Mrs. Frank Sturdier Sundayed in Columbus. Mr. Davis Smith of Rookbridge, was in-Lognn yesterday. Mr. Ed. Phillips, of MoArthurf was in Logan, Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth Orewolllor is vis iting friends in ColunibiiB. Mr. John Tom, of Cttrhon Hill, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Runtz were Colunihtis visitors, Sunday. Mr. Davo Wills was an ovor Sunday visitor in Columbus. Mr. Noah Fillings, of Nclson ville, waB in Logan, Sunday. I-a-agn, the Great Spring Tonic, 3fic per bottle, at Bort Ss Co. Miss, Avery Randolph is in Lo gan for a several week's visit. Mr. William Watts, of Black Jnc...

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. — 23 April 1908

H" jjMWii mimm mom w &"W 1 1 THE 1 1 1 IRON I V WAY 1 m A Talo of the Builders A of the West I 1 By f 1 SARAH PRATT CARn I IllaitrtllonibrArl.Wlltltmiea 0 Copjrlgttt, 1W7, A, C, McCluiw A Co., Chicago 8YNOP3IS. CHAPTER I The story opens during A trip oC thu "Overland Mull'r through tlio Hooky mountains, whlla efforts aro be ing madu to build up the country. "Undo Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, mid l'hlneas Cudwnl lr, lntioduued They come ucross tho remulim of a musaucro. Litter ut An tlicmy's station, they Jlnd the redskins have carried thotr destructive work there also. CHAPTER II.-Stolla Anthony, dough ter of Anthony, keepur of station, Is in troduced. The tiav tiers llnd that An thony hus been' killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with lettPr of Introduction to Gov. Htimford H assigned his work In unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, belnir built. He hears of safe arrival or Stella Anthony In u letter from her. CHAPTER IV.-Vlncent vHIti town where rallr...

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