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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

K.My,t aMfiMis'j'wWJfe-.juisS fm-ntJin' tsj - "PItBf, VWw-- j.,,,,,?,, ..,! , r-, .- ,"T r-a-. r'mmf'' r - . 77H DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL. THE OHIO DTiMOOlUT. B7th Yer No 20 THE UO0KIHO BEKTINEh 07th Your No 43 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY U, 1908. Tho Only DoraooratU Paper In the Oonnty Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year m&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& NEW CHERRINGTON HOSPITAL LOGAN V, cfl ftb WR&&Rg&ttWg i v Dr. M. H. Cherriiigton HfHiHJHHHHHHJHHH Was raised in Gallia County, Ohio. IIo spent his early life as the "boy on the farm" and re ceived the fDiindution of his edit cation in the country school. Later ho acquired a high-school and collegiate education at Ilio Grande, College. In 18510 lie entered the Ohio Medical University at Columbus, graduating with the degree of Doctor ol Medicine and Smgeiy. with high hotioiH, in lOOIS. He first priicticed liis ptofesion in Meigs county, and then removed to Logan in 1001,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

sstisrflh a&t: r'"7 Sflmw v A M-, i k t i m ) w if u ,- i t, 'JL DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rOBMSUKtl KVRRY THURKUAT MOHNINfl. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. lINCOHFUHATf II) rtniUMiiKiiB Vlnrm. (1. I nwKYi l'tiritliK'NT J. U. DoiiMins, KlilniH OlIAH. II. llKI'K AHSII, KtllTOH.t MANAIIK.U OPKtUKt tn Dolllion lllnck, Month Dour Entered as Hecohd iMhhi Vtnlter October 1, IWItf, ul 1110 roal onii'H in i.iikimi, uiun, llliuer nut in i minify m iiii-ii ii iit' Thursday, May 14, 1908. Democrat Ticket. Hl'.VTK For Governor JUDSON HAKMON of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of 1'orUff For Supreme JudB HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secrotaiy of State J. 11. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of Stute W. W. DL'ltUIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of Stutp D. S. CREAMER of Belmont, For Attorney CJenerul TIMOTHY UOOAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DORAN of Perry. J. A. STATES of Allen. For Dairy and Food Commissione...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

mwtwFmmPm f!Ffr " 1 -4 i ,'1 I I y. s h I y? PUPILS' EXAMINATION, May 9, 1908. (Under Act of March 28, 1002 ) United States History Including Civil Government. 1 Write r short nooount of Do Soto's oxplorntlotiB in America. 2 Nnmo one Dutch, one French and ono English disoovoror or ex plorer of America, and tell what ono of them did. 8 Give the name of a person prominontly identified with the settle ment of each of these states: Gonrgia, Maryland, Kentucky. 4 What historical events uro suggested by the dates 1770 and 1780? What groat question was docided in the time botween these dutos? 5 Give what facts you can in connection with the public life .of Thomas Jefferson. 0 For what important invention are wo indebted to Eli Whitney? Elius Howe? S. F. B. Morse? 7 What was the Missouri Compromise? When was It adopted? 8 What wero the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation? By whom was It Issued? 9 What sorvioo was rendered the United States by eaoh of these persons: John Paul Jones, Hen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

iflUJBbMl J I? "" ,p Tl" Mff 1 K!",! 'a , MMSilMMIMMMta nmMMii ft K it. i r k Tl J , l(? f ' l i. 55 1 4 Ifci ' IJ-F hi . ';:' fs s V DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY newspaper. PUUMAHEll RVKlir TKIIIIHHAT MORNtKO The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCIIIII'IIHATKII) nni',iHiii:uM VIIUIIIiO. I.OWKV, I'HKHItlKNT J. U, ItOI.I.IION, KtltTOK OlIAS. II. llKl'K AMll. KlMIOItAMANAtlKll OKKICK! Ill Ddllliim lllook, Houtli Door Entered a Second ('las Matter October I, iwn, in me roil union nt i.ogiiu, uiiiu, limler Aut of (.'nllKltmuf Mi'li 'I, I17H. Thursday, May 14, 1908. Democrat Announcements Prlmaiy Election, Satuiday aftemoon June '20, fiom ll'.Ofl to 7:00 J M. lMtOSKOHTINd ATl'OUNKY We nre authorised lo nmiouuce tlm nntiic or I! Hi SI'A ItNON its n ciuiclUliito rnr I'rnie cullng Attorney or llncklug Couuly, sub Ject to tli Dt'inncrnt I'llnmiy Klectlon. L'OHM'Y itKCOKDKIt We me uuthorUed to iiniinuiicti the inline nf CllAlll.KM A. WltlUlU'ttan candidate fur County Itecunltir, subject to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

TFiwjP'T3rtfWiP,r; If "''TH JTT?M-J,' VW1'' "'WJ'J'ISP4 r-nr"V -v t - -J -WV"-"-! ttj -""' TT Vy- -,, T ,. ? ygpW Tip 'npih,aini IP. Hv N" I J r; I "The Peoples' Store of CourseDollar for Dollar." "fS 1 THE BIG STORE TO TIE FRONT AGAIN Our new room is now completed and we are ready for business. The largest department store in the Hocking Valley. Three big stores in one. Dry Goods, Carpets, Linoleums, Etc., Shoe Department and Grocery Department. Hundreds of dollars worth of bright new merchandise arriving every day and you know its a fact that the PEOPLES' STORE will sell it for less. MrW If If If V If rlf rif If If fM? If 111 'If IT 'IkT If V M 'Af rK If V If r2f ILfal anfc Iforsonal DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Carpets, Curtains, Lino leum and Oil Cloth $3.50 Curtains, for .. $3.00 Curtains, for $2.50 Curtains, for. $2.00 Curtains, for '.. $1.50 Curtains, for $1.25 Curtains, for 75c all Wool Carpets for 05c all Wool Carpets, for i 50c Union Carpet, for 40c Union Carpet . for 35c Union Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

mm V h .. i .' -, i l V PBP wWm t Mi rii A iV F ) y d i w (, THE if 1 IRON I V WAY 1 1 A Tale of the Builder 1 of the West 1 I By f I SARAH PRATT CARR 1 M IlloltrillonibyArl.Wliilinnon 8 Oopjrlgut, 1(07, A. C. UcClurg 4 Co., Chicago 8YN0P3I8. CHAPTER I. Tho story opens during ft trip of the "Overlund Mull'' through the Hocky mountains, while efforts arc be ing inado to build up the country. "Undo Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young man, and I'hineus Cadwul ler, Introduced, They come across tha remains of a maasucre. Later at An thony's station, they find the redskins have carried their destructive work thero also. CHAPTER II. Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station. Is In troduced. The tl riveters llnd that An thony has been killed. CHAPTER III. Vincent with letter of Introduction to Guv, .Stanford Is assigned his work In unearthing plana of enemies of railroad, being built, lie hears of safe arrival of Stella Anthony In a letter from her. CHAPTER IV...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

iM"X ,fnJ , -fl ' A ' )-- !. i f PS OF HOCKING COUNTY Blue Creek Uert Fobes and family are visiting relatives near Logan. ' Grant Holes moved from otir town to Starr Two., tills county. Luck to you Grant. Dick Wiggins moved from Stony Knob to North Water Street. In our town. Mabel Ulllc Is very poorly at this writing, with nervous prostration and spinal tnublo. Mrs. W. A. Seltz, who has been sick for a long time, Is no better at this writing. Charity Schooley and Nora Seltz from tills place, called on relatives, on Big Pine, one day this week. . Jim Hack, from the lower end, was seen here last Sunday, on the corner of Water and Main streets. E. G. and .Toe Swackhammer are hauling locust posts to Haynes this week, where they are ready sale. E. E. Kitchen and Isaiah Tatman traded horses one night this week. J. C. Woodward and family, of Laurelvllle, were visiting relatives on Vandy Run, this week. Rev. Ell Clark will preach at Mount Carmel next Sunday. Everybody In vited to attend. Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 May 1908

' w tv fa, 5 ' J 1 ''& m' ri ra tr B IH 'f K '! I fo? & fl 4 frt $ :, &a it f 4-. . 'A 1 i SOCIETY NEWS OF g OTHER TOWNS Crossingville Wo rt'jiilci once mora to think tliu good old Hiiiiiiiicr tlmo lina CO MIL', Lew llngt s ii ml wife visited frietulH in Sugar (3 rove, Saturday uiul Sunday. George Mot iIh, of l'inu Valley, whb in our (oiiiiniinity one day lust woek, si'lllng fruit trees, F.dwaitl Piotrfnn made u business trip to Logan, Saturday. Mttrtiu Ileiglo uiul wife, of Pine Valloy, panned through hoio Sat urday, enroute to Logan. Artlutr Rogers uiul Samuel Ni hiser win Logan visitors Satur day. Frank Nihisnr and Elmer Kling er called on S. F. Nihisor, Sutur day evening. Arthur lingers called on Edward Pierson, Fiidny evening. Peail ltolaton and family were seen on tiir pikes Sunduy, enroute to Tarry Town. Samuel Krinn passed through this place Snturd'iy, enrntile to Logan. loliu Manning is on the Hick list. Jacob Nihizer Iihh heen husy breaking his driving hoises, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

5?JIM HY-Hf " ' r Jl I 1 DEMOGRA TSENTINEL. MltwTs FfrZEf!rFfiZ!iitff&cfit' wyfFmij&F r'' 'iitfrffiri'-'' vVTri&i'"rxn'-"r''V' X" THF? h l TuT. OlltO nUMOOlUT, 27th Yer No 21 THI! H00KINO BBMTIMBIi 07lh Year Ho 44 Wi'$iKkJNifftlfamiilPtihifo Commencement Week of the Logan Wfflfflfflfflfl Upon tlieiH two. Superintendent H. T. Silverfhnrne aid High Si'hniil Principal Prof. Ghas. Garraan, have depended the flattering results of (his yeur's high school woik. This excellent class ip their produnt, and along with the help of the HeiBtniit teacher, t lit i tb h the praise for the good work done. They are among Ohio's mnt efficient educators. CALENDAR Bacca Ian rente Sermon Mag ' - 7::tO P. M. U. B. Church. Senior Clans Da Mat SS - S-.OO P. M. 'Logan Opera House. Promotion E.rercises Mag '0 - 0:00 A. M. School JIutlding. Commencement Slag SO - 8:00 1'. M. Logan Opera House. CLASS ROLL Florence E. Doebele Marg Gertrude Biff Era M. Wright Eula M. Bort Hazel M. Kanode Xellie M. C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

f-x g I v ' 1 ' ' ' . . ' 'v. M i J "8 h r 1 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUULlSHBD EVRHT TllUHSnAT MUKNlNdi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOHI'llMATKI)) l'UIIMHlinUH Vimm. 0. t.owiiv, I'ltfiliiKNr J. Ili Dlir.t.lBON, Klltllllt OlIAH. II. 1IRCK AltO, I'.linoitA.MANAlIKH OPPIOR: In llolllinn lllnck. Month Door Sutorett ns Hucolul OIhss Mutter October 1, 1WW, lit lliu I'oit oilli'i) ill Ijokhii, OIiIii, Uiiilur Act (if riiimriiiH nt Mull .1, biW, Thursday, May 21, 1908. Democrat Ticket. STATU For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Llsutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL, of Portago. For Supreme Judgoa HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKDY of Franklin. For Seoretmy of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of 8tate W. W. DUKUIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOGAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DOHAN of Perry. J. A. STATES of Allen. For Dairy and rood Commissioner DAVID ELEY of A...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

&'9Pfjlt,(i'&P'rmpi-' f vw' I " " I vmtv gff!$j&, Tf vflfrf & Through the Ancient Archives of Ben White's Library Bv SI HUBBARD J Editoh Dbmoohat 8kntinbi. : My trip round, in utid about 8out.li Ferry was one of the moat delight ful, profitable and betieflciul of my canvass. 1 eturtod up Laurel, following the South Perry road until I roadbed the left-hand road that loads to Bon White's, the tall, straight and true Democratic poplar of Perry township. Of course I took the left-hand road, and of course I lost no time ingot tirig there. I found the old man at home and in the best of humor. I had an invitation to stay all night, which I very gladly accop-' ed. Mr. and Mrs. White and their accomplished duugther, Miss Edna, united in making my stay a very delightful one. After upper Mr. White and I adjourned to a private room and just talked and talked. I don't think there was a single otllceholder from '04 until the present time but what was discussed. We fought the old b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

?i . "-h! , ." V y u r rst W i I J it i ' ' t i i (i 7 u . ( t x DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUHMSIIEb KVRKY THUHHDAY MOItNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOKl'IIHATKIt) 1'tnU.tHllKllH VtROtt. 0. Lnwitv, I'ltrHiiiK.ST J. U, Dou.noN, KiiiToit Cham, Hi IIkck Ammo, Cut run .1 Manaiihii OKKiOKl In Hnlllvin lllook, Mouth Uoor Entered ns .Second t'lnm Mutter October 1 MOtl, hi the 1'int diili'f tit I.okiiiii Olilti, under Adof t'oiixmsiuf Men :i, l7t. Thursday, May 21, 1908. Democrat Announcements Primary Election. Satuiday afternoon June 20, troni 12:00 to 7:00 P. M. I'ltOHIItMITINO ATTOHNrtV We nro autbuilzt'd to n .nnuuee the name of It K.Hl'A IINON as u eu.Klliliilo for Prose cuting Attorney of Hocking County, sub ject to the Democuit t'rltunr) Election. COIINTV ItKCOItDIUl Wenro autlicit lzt'il to nnuotiiice the iinmo of OHAIlfiK.s A. WHIUIU'nsii candidate for County Itecorder. subject to the Demo crat Primary KleiHIon. We me authorized to announce the name of...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

fW wn' aUfWlFf -'. -i J ' ul l nMOMMMHHMaWHMMMMHMIiaPM "H wzqm y?ygwwfflBgwiwwT ''i"Pi'iii" mre tt&MMMdl4il UAMA : clj 1 llvl v is a $ And $ He reaps $ And iWW I'HII.MI' HANSKT,, On Sunday ocaurod the death of our old friend, Philip Hunsol. For many years hie homo south of Lo gan wub a land murk to the trav eler. In a recent year or bo ho moved to Logan, bccaueo, as the bnja said, he would work if he re mained on the farm, and they felt that ho, was not uble to work. Here in town he walked alniit when able and was close to lila children, but life was not pro longed much. The ravages of kidney trouble soon tore him down, and he posted to his reward. In the death of Phillip Hansel, Loan and Hock'ng county have lost one ot their best citizens. A good husband and father, and a man responsible and on the right side of life. His demise Is a great loss to our community. Philip flannel, son of Jacob and Maria (Mackliu) Hansel, was born Sept. 20, 1835, and departed this life May 17, 1008...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

1ft 1 i A ii ii 1 1 hi R" f Bf ft I! f, f iif t ia J AX )JK:? lW(efs & If ""SJv; t rr XS WZSs t J ' - wmr ,. lliv xv- On fiZ'-SJlMI W .M-sSSMT Slate lihr m bytl Xi fiT'tf Shall I ' -VVV i&SisaA exce Thimblo and Art Mrs. Bars lui Work ia hostess for the Thimblo and Art Club, and the Antique Club this afternoon. Jolly Dozen Mrs. Bell Miller will receive the Jolly Dozen, their IniBbands and escorts ut the Depot Hotel this evening. W. R. C- Kensington Party The ladies of the W. R C. Rave another of their pleasant after noons, last Friday, and had more calls for supper than they could serve. Over one hundred spent the afternoon at their hall and en joyed the biggest ten cent supper of the season. Jolly Dozen Pedro Club Airs. John Billison received the Jollv Dozen. Friday evening. All the club members beiug present. After some interesting games, the prize was awarded to Miss Lillie Wright, a pair of silk hose. Mrs. Billison seived a fine two course lunch. Ladies and Cents Whist Cl...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

i?fflr piiefiivmfwi4',f' Tr"""'--'''' WILLIAM J. AND BRYAN Each Has Delegates Enough to Assure Nomination. BRYAN'S Washington, May 17 Tho Now York Horald's wookly summary of the Democratic Presidential situa tion aontaina a reitoration of its former forecast that Colonel W. J. Bryan will bo nominated at Don ver, and states he now seems as sored of 800 delegates, or 128 more than the number necessary to a choice The Herald containing its non factional summary of the progress of the contest for the control of the Democratic National Oonvoii which meets in Denver in July, notes that the efforts of tlio Brynn opposition aro increasing in strength, but not in accomplish ments, and is compelled by its re ports to continue Mr. Bryan far in the lead in delegates actually chosen and in probabilities) Dur ing last week 5G delegates werel TAFT'S Washington, D. O., May 10. This was the last day for the elec tion of delegates to the Republi can National Convention, and with the returns all in, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

, j '? 5 Is ' l a fts i Is r hM. I i THE IRON WAY A Tnlo of the Builders of the West By SARAH PIIATT CARR lllaltritloai ly Art. Wllllimion Oopjrlftal, 1WJ, A. C. McClur 4 Co., Chi o 8YNOP8I8. CHAPTER I. The story opens during a trip of thu "Overland Mall1' through ths Rocky muuntulns, whlla efforts are be ing made to build up thu country. "Undo Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Alfred Vin cent, a young tnun, and Phineas Cadwul ler, introduced. They come across the remains of u nmasucru. Later ut An thony'a station, they tlnd the redskins have carried their destructive work there also. CHAPTER Il.-Stella Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, is In troduced. The tiavelers find that An Uiony has been killed. CHAPTER Ill.-Vlncent with letter of Introduction to Gov. Stanford Is assigned his work in unearthing plans of enemies of railroad, being built. He hears of safe arrival of Stella Anthony In a letter from her. CHAPTER IV.-Vincent visits town where railroad men are not king on ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

"psora r. fV,-Kfinx-vrri.t,-i:iTW T v""fiiSStr; - ii&itf ST M & i m f I lit JSinKrirrr''' 1 OF Cedar Grove A WIT.U OAT BTOIIY, lb was thought tliab this vicinity thu wild would nob bo trdublcd wltl cat In thu future as It had boon In tho past, but It seems that they aro with us to stay. Their den Is on tho farm belonging to .Jacob Hainter. Thcso cats killed six pigs for Mr. Bainter last week that would likely weigh CO pounds each, and other depredations aro continually done by thcso pester some cats. Last Sunday, Mr. Doltha Allison, of Pretty run, Vinton Co., called on his friend, Miss Elsie Tat man, who Is house-keeper In the home of Jacob Ilalnter. Mr. A lllsou and Miss Tatman attended the preaching services, Sunday evening at St. John, conducted by Rev. Lockwood, of Wal nut Grove. This place was about one and one-half nillc from the residence of Mr. Hainter, and to get to this church they had to pass near tho den of the wild cats. Mr. Hainter told Mr. Allison to pass this...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 May 1908

I X L SV VI Iff v 7 i 'if fc "J 3 New Dairy Lunch . AND Ice Cream Parlors. Air. ('has. E. Carey, who recently operated the Central Hotel, has open ed an up-to-date Dairy Lunch and lee Cream Parlor for ladies and gen tlemen. The location is opposite the Court House and most convenient from all points. You will find not only the choicest grade of Cream, Soda Water, etc., but the lunch department will be made a special feature. You will be served a combina tion lunch every day for 15c and 20c; other dishes are equally as leasonable in price. Service quick and sur loundings scrupulously clean. Mr. Carey is well ex perienced in the business, and there is no question but that those who visit their cozy little place will be well satisfied. Chas. E. Carey, Opposite Court House. J V 1 Railroad News $ X.' -J -J fc Engineer C. B. Brooks was a Logan visitor last Saturday. Mr. Brooks is an engineer in the Well ston yards. Charlie of the chick en fame. Operator Ed Lay was visiting friends in Cana...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 June 1908

T't'if 3 i s r DEMOQRA T'SENTMEL. ! ' 'iWffT",p, r ' ,' w TIM OHTO DKMOORAT. 27th Yar No 23 THE HO0KIN0 BBNTINWi 07th Tor No 40 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1908. Th Only Demoomtlo Paper In tti County OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Ytar &&&&&& lr Rapidly Thinning Are the Ranks of the Old Veterans of the Civil War & w WWW fo K V " tfllHHIinyvi Program Oltloer of the Day W. S. T,nrlmor Master of Oeiemotiy ..... It. O. MrMnnlgnl lteceptlonCaniniltlee . . P. V. Dolllaon H. Wulcly, H. II. Hilgbt. W. W. MoMonalu The decoration of graves at I:IX) n. in. standard, by school children. Kormed on Market street uotween HeconJ and Hunter and marched to ceineteilet precoUed by band. I'oinintloii of parade for afternoon oxer cl'ea at O. A. H. Hall nt 1:00 p. in, standard. ". Band. 2. Firing Squad. 3. U It. Knights of Bt. John. 4. Woman's Relief Corps. 5. Ladles Auxiliary, II. Sons of Veterans. 7. .1. 1C. Rochester Post, G. A. R. S. Visiting Soldiers, H...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 June 1908

r, : h IV i $ ) h i DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runi.tNiiKt) tcvKitr tiiuhmiay moiimiiki. The Logan Printing nnd Publishing Co. (INt'ltltl'DHATKtl) l'uuusitnuH yiR(Ut I'. I.OWItV, ' L'WWWKNT J. tl. Doi.i.iion, lililriili OlIA1. II. IIM'K Ahmo, KtilifiK.tMANAUKK OKFIOK.! In IXiIIMoii liluiik, Hon til Duiir Eutrred ns Hecoi.tl dirts Mutter October I 1WX1, lH t tin I'oil ullliNt ill l.oijiiil, (llilu, uiulei' Act tifCiiiirtluisof .Moll il, ls7W. Thursday, June 4, 1908. Democrat Ticket. HT.Vl'K For Governor JUOSON HARMON of Hamilton. For LUutetiant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Portag-fc For Supreme Jutlgci HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Seorutmy of Htatt J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of Btate W. W. DUR13IN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont Far Attorney General TIMOTHY HOQAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DORAN of Perry. J. A. STATES of Allen. For Dairy and Food Commissioner DAVID ELEY of Ashland. F...

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