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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 April 1908

Illgff5 w.iwr'-TJwmwjpwr "W?' "f wi.zy tiinij.ijiiiiiiimtanwwwwwpwyg NEWS OF ER Ewing Plowing, sowing ontH, tanking gnr don nnd donning house soonis to ho the order of tlio tliiy. Mr. mid Airs. Uug ilnusel wore tho guests of Snrnh Nixon, Sunday. 1211 Keller niul wlfo nttunded tho funeral of Airs. Schiiffor Inst Friday. Clarence Orllllth pnssod through our niltlHt last Wednesday. ICdwnrd Folt. nnd wire were In l.o l!an, Saturday. Stella Sntur wns n Lognn caller, Friday. , Until and draco Folt7. woro tlio guestij of lilswslii and Carrlo Stevens Wednesday night. John Felon was n Logan callor one day last week. Chnrles Ilniiklsou nnd wlfo woro tlio guests of .John Mlllor'a Inst Satur day night. Dolbort Conklo nttondoil Sunday Rolinol nt MorrlH Chnpol, Sunday. Clurencu GrlliUh reached IiIh twcn-ty-llrst birthday 'lust Wednesday. Ilia niolhor gavo him a honutirul surprise In tho ovonlng. All gathorud, nbout olght o'clock, Theodore Hnrklo fur nished the crowd with iiiuhIc on the grnphniiho...

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. — 23 April 1908

5P M ?' yfwmw'&f'f mi'ilUfH- V WWV WOMWK9 i m ui j phiii iiwiiwiw M,u'inam..uj ju cmnmMi w" r IP, hvwvw rtktV ! i v! 3S Th ere Isn't a Man Or a Young Man in town who gives any thought to dress, but will be interested in our Showing of Nobby Spring Suits The styles we are showing in these suits are just the same as produced by the best custom tailors in the country, and with uncommon fabric patterns, superb tailoring and faultless fit. Our clothing invaribly satisfies people who appreciate good clothes. All the sea son's newest colorings are here at $10.00 to $20.00; . An exceptionally large showing of our famous HAND-TAILORED SUITS at & $15.00 5? $mw SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS i By Special Correspondents Mount Vernon I will try to give the reader? of the good old Si:.TiNi:r some of the news of this beautiful ridgo, al though I have changed my locu tion, but I think buuio of my neighbors of Big Pine Valley would like to hear from ur since we Imvo gotten in our new home, we a...

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. — 30 April 1908

fr3rVfr TyjjjifrartF-wt-T.- x'Kw,vr'PHfii0t)!r?vi"i-" Bf''ff'WgtWi'ytjyffy 4 J? I DEMOQRA TSENTWEL n 311 MIR OHIO DEttOdlUTi 27tli Year No IB TUB H00KINO BI1NTINEL 0Vtb Year No 41 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 3O, 1908. The Only Demooratlo Papar In th County Circulation 3000 One Dollar Per Tear Rail Road Shops Will Be Formally Opened Friday " teiiw''t'Mwrr'"sa'fs??,f z A flAT intltiHtrial dream that Ins mudo slumber swoot to CtiBinoss interests in Lo'jnn, only to wako, to bohold Iiopo porohodupon the crng of doubt mid disappointment, is beginning to bo realized in its promising picturo us painted in tlio linuH of tlio tnosb optimistio. Logan's greatest industry, her pride mid tlio answer of her prayers is hero in fornitund not in fimcy. On Friday of this week, Muy 1st., tlio big shops of tlio Hock ing Valloy Railroad, that have been undor construction for more than a yoar, will formally open. Hvory spindlo will bo set in motion unci tfil) skilled laborors will be put ...

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. — 30 April 1908

(V WWlllWHifppW'WiWWfuytifciiijpipmn t FOR AHORNEY GENERAL OF OH BBR? x? jxwsjt i s -S SHE ssMH&ji'S jnflnBl?nv!9B'SffidCieKHHBHflHHHHI Democrats Gonfldent Succoss. of In the spirit of Demicrdcy, tin g'eit pirty of the pooplo in Ohio, is this year, as has been her record in in my year'?, reaching out into the comunn wilks of life, nmn,' the salf-tn ide, hard working men, and putting th am. up i the platform in i upon tlie Denneratic stite ticket thi fall, 'to bear on and up the burner of right, of justice and equality. The sturdy mm in the cimaion walks of life; the man of the horns and the rain of the paople, close to the peDple and their interests, is the min every yeir mist boloved by the grand old Demo crat party of Ohio. Judge O W. II. Wright, of II Dcklng county, and of our town, is one of the hard working, genial, courteous, social meu that came from the most humble walks of life, to be recognized by his fellow citizens for his worth and for his ability, and broid powers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

'i'9PP!Pf WWipV " fSl'WlWfpSV?rlwf-7 rgc"" i-jjjn--w-' :-"" p!ji)tm''IEPWggW-TI anwowmwrwHwiiii wmmj gmmmniimnnininimmwinHmiHiminmmmininiHH 3! jLAURELVILLE The Metropolis of West Hocking 3 3 1 BY SI HUBBARD 1 Pkaaaaaaauaauaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataiuaaaaaaaaaaauaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaa mm9mjmmm-l,mw- Luurelvillo Is situated in tlio ox tromo western part of Hocking county. Its corporation is hounded on tlio west by Pickaway and Boss counties. It 1b ono of thoso livo, nctivo tittle towns that can't liolp l)tit keep growing, and is inn do up of tlio kind of matoriat that don't stand but keeps moving. To give you an idea of tlioir spirit of pro gression, I want to stato that right now there is a move on foot among the loading Mien of Lnurol villo for tlio moving of tlio county seat to the placo .they want it, unci what tliuyigo after thoy generally got. Tlio olllcial roster of Laurolvillc is: Mayor, W. T. Dawson; Glork, W. E. Steel; Treasurer, John M. White; Murshal, J. D, Shaw; C...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

!WWt5( fc www iu t m iwwr iim, in imi)nafl')"i in' I '" f'Wvf'1' yw I '- DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtniLlfiitKn kvkiit TiteinnAr mohninNi The logan Printing: and Publishing Co. ' (INCdUFIIIt tTKb) I'tnu.istintiM VfHnlM't I.OWHY, I'llPSlllPNT II. (I. ItANSKt., SKIIH-TAKT .1. it. imr.MHov, iiiiiKiu OlIAfl. It. ItKI'l. A "HO. r.lllTOItit MAVAIIKK OKKICKi In llnltltnii lllootc, Mouth Door Kuterailni Hueoinl 'lin Mnttor'Ootnbtir 1, Iwkl, m tint I'nii otllco ill l.iiKim, tllilo, iiiiiUt Act lift intuit" of Mi'H -I. l"i7H. Thursday, April 30, 1908. Democrat Announcements I'ltiHIin'TINU ATI'OHNtn W'p jtri" nutliiiilzi'il to iiliiinuncc tlm nnnw otll I! Hl'AltNONasacnmllilnlo tor Pump CtltlllK Attaint' nt llni'kliu; Colllll.V, iilti Ject to tltt Dniiinciiit l'rliiiiii'. l-'lt'ctloit. i'oi'ntv i:r,roKii:it We tuo anlluirli'il to lunmiitret' tint liiinio of OIIAUI.IIH A. WltHIUI'iiia oiuiilliliite forOoniily lttrotiloi-, stibjoot to tlu Dnuio crnt J'rtniu, Dlcctlciti. We nrn nutlinr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

l$xf&qF"' sr lmef Y'iV'9KWel!iSfSHf,''t"''VwT'i:" "mWflV7T'T'"v'"' "'p'iwTi-,Fy?r!t-T' ' nifnwiinHimiiwiMf Umi if in i i ii n iiiii ii m.iiiii iiiioi ' ' Dress Goods and Silks Our Di'oms Uoocls unci tfilk Dopui'tnipnis nre now nl tlioir best. Prolly noMtieH and plain fabrics have been abundantly chosen for your selection. Mens which will lend distinctiveness to now spring gowns and street suits are suro to he suggested by an inspection of theVhavming now fabrics. In quality also, these departments olTor assurance of the highest. As to prices the values add decidoly to the other advantages in favor of these departments. Colored Dress Goods :to 50 4t! I rn 42 CO Inch Henriettas, conies In mown, blue, black and red, a splendid fabric for inch line Jlatlst.es and Shadow Plaid Panamas in all the popular shades at Inch Panamas and Mohairs materials, suitable for skirts and suits and will give splendid service at. inch line light weigh L Cord uras, Shadow Striped and Plaid Serges, Moha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

t 1 ,0 fmmmmmtf'mMiPttf)'!rKrqim!i'Utm 1 1 THE 1 1 I iron! V WAY 1 A ATnlo oflho liulldera k of thu West 1 I SARAII PltATT CARR I m Illuilrstlonibr Art.WllUsmon I Copjrlgnt, JW7, A. O. ItcClur A Co., Chicago 8YNOP8I8. CHAPTER I. The story opens during a trip of tlio "Overland Mall" through the Kucky mountains, while efforts are be lntj itmdt) to build up the country. "Uncle Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, and Phlneas Cadwal ler, lntioduced. They come across the remains of a massacre. Later at An thony's station, they find the redskins have carried tholr destructive work there alio. CHAPTER H.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is In trSuced. The travelers tlnd that An thony has buen killed. CHAPTER Ill.-Vlnccnt with letter of Introduction to Gov, Stanford Is assigned his work In uneurthliig plans of enemies of rullroud, beltitf built. He hears of safe arrival of Stella Anthony In a letter from her. CHAPTER IV. Vincent visits town where...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

nfgpWfUWl ' wnrefgwr''riry tiipy jy ly ji wyryiBir;jyTqpy WW Tiy'ynf1,''"9WypFyrgWff" ijp-nr" iv- i if f'i9w: COMING TO JSTflonday, May n. WILL YOU Got Well. Consult Dr. Wcist. My spec!' .idhoda and years of experience exclude' experimenting or guess work. If you are ..erlng from any Chronic Disease of ..inacli. Liver. Bowels, Kcclmn, Lungs. Nose, rhroat, Dronchlat Tubes, Drain. Nerves, Spine, Heart, Riood, Skin, Kidneys, Madder, l'rostate, etc., I wltl 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 pecul iar to men, especially those suffering Irora over work or other excesses, Ncrvoua Debility. Vari cocele. Kunture. Blood Poison, Cnilensv. Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial, Varlcooclo and Rupturo Cured with out tho uso of tho knlfo. IT WILL PAY Each person applying lor treatment should bring from two to four ounces of morning urine which will receive c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 April 1908

"i'w''P (SMh0WAIffanftM KJUWtfjwiiwiirNLitaw iwwiwWij uVAMrilJiiifelll ik samMHimimt 3 est 3 e j-vvvr x-irrtrlKT . J. .4 l ia mi .41 t i A . I ' I l i Nuw Ub I cin wniie we ten you sometmng interesting, mere is no muster ana Diare or trumpets auout mis taiK. This is a face to face proposition. We have added another large room to our already immense store, and you know as well as we. that in moving our stock off the shelves from one room to the other, and sorting out the stock, that v " S'T ,tj,T M. 7iiiu.iUiiii.iumi..iiiMmu Lirelie-i IMriplis of tetlcKii (Continued fiom page tlnce) shines like a new hiundried shirt. His prices are ns popular aa his work. He is very polite, mindB his own business, litis no recipes for grippe, lias no new thoughts on theological questions, advances no ideas on political economy, don't care how many you have in your family, feels sorry for you when you bury your mother-in-law, simply smiles and goes on shaving. Ilair-cutting, shampoo ing, and the colle...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

DEMOeRA TSENTINL. mHJR TUT. OHIO DHM00nA.T. a7th Yoar No 18 THE HOOKINU BENTIHEL 07th Ym No 41 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 7. 1908. The Only Democratic Paper in th, County Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear Trip Through Salt Creek Valley By Si Hubbard 4-i I y..T.:y.y.,y.y.3 Kdjtoh Democrat-Sentinel : 1 am Undertaking to writo up my trip around 'No. 2, in the lobby of the hotel, DiPloyd, and if you. don't And it Just as interesting and comprehensive as you anticipate, please accept the following state ment of a banquet in progress as an nmplo apology. I do think this hotel is patronized by the most strenuous and sudden cIbbb of people on'oarth, Milton Arm strong, the leading and enterpris ing farmer of the vicinity, the fathor of every public enterprise that goes to mako Laurelville the metropolis of Hocking, 'every new idea for the advancement of the farmer, and the father of eighteen children, (the most of them boys and girls), was crowned "King of the May." He was...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

wewry&w$wwmFw: - l MiMbitaMteU MlmmiiMMMMMtMMI MMWM MEMORIALS BK-iJflhV'lr 'am. 'HbHH JOHN WILLIAM TRITSCH John Williiun Tritscli, son of Jacob E. and Catlioritio II. Tritscli, was born January 15, 18 10, in Washington county, Mil. Six years later the family moved to Circleville, Ohio. In 1885 Mr. Tritach came to Logan and has been a resident of our city for about 53 years. When the war clouds darkened our national sky he was but little more than a boy in years, but ho could not answer no to his country's call. July 23, 18(52, he enlisted in Co. E. of the 90th Regiment of the Ohio Volun teer Infantry and was mustered into service by Captain Frank P. Muhlenberg at Circleville, Ohio, August 29, 1802, when but 10 years and 7 months of age. His regiment participated in the battles of Perrysville, Ky., Stone River, Tenn. , Chickamaugu, Reseca, Kenesaw Mountain, Jones boro, Ga., Franklin nnd Nashville, Tenn., besides a numbet of lesser battles and skirmishes. After a faithful service ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

frTi " fv;1 S u ' 4 h COMING TO AMBROSB rlnhAa, Ma w HOTEL I H.F11VKXJ , XYMy 11. IT WILL, PAY YOU TO Get Well, Consult Dr. Wcist. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work, If you are sufiering from any Chronic Disease ot Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Rectum, Lungs, Nose, Throat, Bronchial Tubes, Brain, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate, etc., I will cure you in tbe shortest possible time without the use of dangerous appliances or Injur ious drugs. DISEASES OF MEN Special attention Is given to all diseases pecul lar to men, especially those suffering from over work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Vari cocele, Rupture, Blood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial, Varloooele and Rupture Cured with out the use of the knife. Each person applying for treatment should bring from two to four ounces of morning urine which will receive careful examination, List of 00 questions sent on appli...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

I Q . TSSS- lA. R '' 8 . , . J I' .fc sr.' tt f l F r i' i i I: I s- i lit is llV ra, fc I a !?r" DBWOGRATfiiNtlNEL AWeekly Newspaper. rUUtliHKD RVK11T T1IUII8DAY MORHtMOi The Ugai Printing and P-jMlskiag Co, (jNt'OlUMHtATRtl) l'lTtlMMUKUH VlHOIIiO, I.OWHV, I'HKHItlRNT J, B. Dol.MHON, KlIITOH OHAB, It. ltKtiK Asao. HniroiiAMANAdKit GFFlOEl-tll Dolllson lllock, Houtli Door Rutered m Hecot.il tJUas Mntlcr October 1, IWM, at the 1'UMt oitlctt ivl l.ognti, Ohio, UIKlor Act of CdllKreas ut Mfh it, I HTM. Thursday, May 7, 1908. Democrat Announcements Primary Election, Saturday afternoon Juno 'JO, from 12:00 to 7:00 1 M. lMlOSKOUTINU ATTOItNBY We are autboiUed to niinouncn tho nnuio oril. K.HI'AltNON as ncntiUliliilo for Prose outing Attorney of Hocking County, sub Jeot to the Dniuncrnt Primary Klccllon. COUNTV HKCOUDKIl We are authorized to nnnoitnce the name nf nllAKI.KH A. WHIUIITnsn candidate for County Hecorder, subject to the Demo. crat Primary Klectton. We are authorized to announce...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

T W j'ir a fjsssa vw LrilLL HMA 'i , Sugar Grove Plowing seoms to be the order of the day. 'George Weldnor visited his son, Joseph, and family over Saturday and Sunday, near Thurston. Arch Beery, George Gurlle, Fred Wagner, Joseph Olive, Hoy Beery and Ida Walker attended preaching at Laurel Chaple last Sunday night. Arch Beery purchased a new buggy ofthe Bell boys at Bremen. Jacob Beery and daughter, Grace, vere visitors around Canal Winches ter, Saturday andSunday. William Walker and wife visited friends at Sugar Grove, Sunday. Wllllani Gordon and Fred Wagner were Bremen Visitors Saturday. Robert Fleming recently purchased a Jioise of Wm. Goidonf Ida Walker called on Maggie and Barbara Weldner, Sunday. 1 Grace Beery visited Mrs. J. Miller and family; Sunday. Clayton Beery called on his father, Jacob Beery, Sunday. Jacob Beery was seen hauling a load'of ties to Sugar Grove, one day last week. .- '.Henry Boyer and daughter, Cora, visited Clagton Beery and family Sunday. G. Klump' and...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

"wfer 'ffipwr1' frppf5Sprtr' - - y H,' . r sm la ' -i - iji-n O I iipc Thel9gai& , -. H-, tsi pt- IT loltfriibi h -.&& af5'fr i mv is Convention teresting ATIC SCENES IN THE HALL. ill. M W rhtV Stiwfrle for the fclPfngs of the Party. .u tt. -jov: -jj :S of. Nnmiimtod and f ! cldents of the f I THE TICKET. ElectU' HARMON of Hamilton. ,nant Governor w L. ROCKWELL of Portaff nf NO,e Judses ,,, J MATHER of Shelby. I)enidE'a OKEY of Fwnklln. ... ' -of Statu Weareas-AN of Mlaral of. I. M.HWK date fur In Hi of Hardin. County, sub Joe Election. itate ' H of Belmont. We are autl;eral of h. W. BKqan of Jackson, ond term u3ara of PubltQ Work3 tbe UeclslqxmAN of perrr. Election, jfls of Allen. CO Food Commlsfiloner We are -" r Ashland, of JOE ynmlssloner of Schools commit McDOWELL of Holmes. Democ' Supreme Court WeaC, LARISON of Licking, of lOr" United States Senator .. E. CAMPBELL of Butler, as a if subi'to National Convention P-l.O.. JOHNSON of Cuyahoga. -UEN-VJSK of Clinton. Wk H...

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

yfWTfpTP-' 4 ?S4II - 3 'SWilfl 1 IMUU f'gfEBEff'fifra "ijipS hi LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Tina Siiin ia on the siok list. 'Mrs. John White im an Athona ylaltor thin woek. ' Dr. 0. B. Taylor, of MoArtliur, wn lp Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Will Barker, of Columbus, spent Sunday In Logan. Mr. Monry Loach was an over Sunday viBltor at Clrcloville. The Chorrington Hospital will open Tuesday for the public. Auditor Jas. L. Martin spent Sunday and Monday at Vinton 0. Mr. Euiunuel Burgess, nt Gore, was a visitor to Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Rob't. Wright, of Marion, Ohio, is in Logan a few days this week. Miss Lottie Hardon visited fiomo folks at Now Plymouth, over Sun day. Mr. Walter Moore, of Athens, spent.a few days last week in Lo- gnn. Earl Kreig is improving' rapidly, much to the delight of his mnny friends. f Mr. G. W. Bonadnm, of Lancas ter, was a visitor to our city, Monday. Mr. Adam Schaal, 'of Orlnnd, was a business visitor to Logan, Monday. The river was out of bank Tues day, resultant from th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

mpw ti. W-J .,(!' jt'i ; i j ,-. i. o ' WW - f1 1 D M -. . IT K'ff. 6V a il .1 a i i ii ii u 4-A r it w vr Ht ,mwm I THE I IRON V WAY 1 m A Tata of the Builders A of the West I I ny I 1 SARAH I'KVTT CARR I M IllailiitlonilrArt.WilUimito Copyright, 1N7, A. C. McClum it Co., Chicago 8YN0PSI8. CI1APTEU I. The story opens durln? a trip of the "Overland Mail" through the Kooky mountains, while efforts arc be ing inudo to build up the country. "Uncle Billy" Uodge, stage dilvur, Alfred Vin cent, a young limn, utid 1'lilne.is Cadwul ler, Introduced. They come ucross tho remulns ot ti muisucre. Later at An thony's Htutlon, they II ml the redskins have carried their destructive work them also. CIIAPTER Il.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, Is in trAuced. The travelers tlnd that An thony has been killed. CHAHTBR III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford Is assigned his work In unearthing plans of enemies ot railroad, being built lie hears of safe arrival ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

W ??"' i" p- T-V w Uv K fc B nMMnMiHHMilMlMHMi JWMIHii SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS .yo :v-w By Special Correspondents Stringtown Plowing for com and planting po tatoes .scums to be tlio oitler of the day. . Quite a number of pdoplo attended tlie last day or school at Union, Sat urday, and tlie exhibition at night. All report a good time. Wo are sorry to hear of James Woods being so' poorly, but tiope he will soon bo ablo to bo out again. Will Nixon and Charloy Hlackston recently. Harley Ruhn, of Logan, was seen passing through our town Tuesday, enroute to Glblsonville. Mr. Beougher made a flying trip to Logan, recently. Daisy. New Haysville Moving seems to be the order of the day. Abo Snyder and Hod Mohlor have moved from our locality. Win. Gelgor has moved on the Snyder farm and Sam Ilowdyshell has moved on the JOverhart farm. Win. Gelgor and wife called on John Geiger and family Sunday. Mr. Everhart's house caught lire a few days ago and burned to the ground. Sam Ilowdyshell was l...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 May 1908

fff r !r. ' (V '$ ' t "fl , Tj "Tvi PT ?' ' ft W u ' f'.i m BfcaamllM&a 4 1 n !m u t y 1-4 ) "' fl 3 31 SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS y-iy ' Special Correspondents Derbin Run Corn plniitlug Is tlio order of tin clny. 'Snillu (hlni nnd Nell Mull nre spend ing the week at lluckoye Lake. Maggie Heft Is spending tlio week with Mrs. Herbert Tipple. William (lordun and Kred Wagner were Hrenien visitors, Saturday. George Weldner, wife nnd son, Howard, visited the former's parenti, Sunday afternoon. Arch Ileery was seen sporting around In a new rubber tired buggy. William Walker and wife visited friends at Sugar Grove, Sunday. .Joe Ourlle spent Sunday afternoon with friends nt llretnen. fiuorgo Weldner Is visiting bis son, Joseph, at Thurston at this writing. Charles Wilson has moved on his farm near Sugar drove. Davis Weldner was n Logan visi tor Monday. Air. and "Mrs. Webb or Hooker, call ed on Mr. mill Mrs. Lewis Wagner, Sunday. , O. II. Kluny was a Lancaster visi tor Saturday. Rli Hee...

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