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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 June 1908

' $MtetfimW'fftoWm mnn'rrirtmmf,-'m;'f mmm?'''''1'' fw-v, t ' r'. i imw f$mwe i .Ov tf COMINQ TO AMBROSE HOTEL Honday, IT WILL PAY YOU TO Diseases. treatment employ ed physician. Get Well, Consult Dr. Weist. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work. If you are suffering from any Chronic Disease of Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Recium, Lungs, Nose, rhroat,13ronch(al Tubes, Brain, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder. Prostate, lie, I will cure you in the shortest possible time without the use of dangerous appliances or Injur ious drugs. DISEASES OF MEN Special attention Is given to alt diseases pecul iar to men, especially those suffering from over work or other excesses. Nervous Debility. Vari cocele, Rupture, Blood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial. Varicocele and Rupture Curod with out the use of tho knife. Each person applying for treatment should which will receive careful examination. List ...

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. — 4 June 1908

"iFywHnCljr, 'nTrJpySIJrotyM'' 'WiWt rtr-ifytpr. W:WffPip Wl v tl , -i- YA democrat-sentinel aTweekly newspaper. rUBMSItlCD KVRHT TJIUHHDAr MOltNIm) The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOIll'OKATKfl) IMtllt.lMlllIltS VtKlltl. 0. I.OWItY, I'ltKHtllKNT J. U. DoM.IMON, KlIITOH OlIAH, II. llKt'K Alio, Kill 11)11 AMANAIIKK OKFU'Rl III Dollison Mock, Houlli Door Entered ns Second !lnsa Mutter October t O IVUD, III the 1'ilsl Illicit lit I.OKIHI, (llilo, umler Aol ill i.'onxnm or Men :i, Ihth. Thursday, Juno 4, 1908. Democrat Announcements Primary Election, Saturday afternoon June 'JO, fioin 12:00 to 7:00 1 M. lMlOSKCUTINO ATTOI'.NKV We lire authorised tn announce the iinine ofll. K..HI'AKNON as ucuudldiito fur l'rme cutlug Attorney of llncklni; County, sub Ject to the Democrat t'rlinnry Klectlou. cou.ntv ui:coui)i:u We itre HUtliorlzecI to announce tlio nnme of OHAULKH A. WIUUHTnsn ciindldnte for County Uocoider, subject to the Demo crat Frlmniy Klectlou. We are uuthoiled 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. — 4 June 1908

I'T-W-'J ij "" &J 5- ' 7M FJW'i flfc JT &Ttt , ' -wr vfjf "$ "'ft ix&- Ifa"1 -- wtT-r-'-' " - ).WiJtoiAWi-'U.l . , MHpSSKM " 1.2 a -' ?ii " A -- , i ty N Sr- r' sWMan)MitfMMtfMtfita ocal an& personal w 3ivKt$2?s ?: s v m i; 'c tm m ill1.' m r,7"T . W 7v iJv llltTv JCi hie i, A1"- $i Mr. Fred Wills, of MoArthur, WBB ill Logail, TUl'Hliliy. Mr. Pud Young, of Nelsonville, waa in Logan, TntHilny. Mr. Gus Bebnut, of Lancaster, spent Sunday in Logan. Mr. J. W. IIiiIh, of Rockbridge, was in Logan, yesterday, Mr. Will Rizer, of Haydonvillo, was in Logan Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tumor spent Saturday in ColtiinbiiB. Dr. T. J. Dillinger, of Murray City, wo8 in Logan, Monday. Mies Stella Finney, of East Liv erpool, 1b home on a vacation. Mr. Win. Deishley waB a visitor to Murray (Jity, last ThurBday. Mrs. Hurry Flu in, of Columbus, is visiting relatives) in this city. Mr. H. D. Mutton, of So. Bloom- ingville, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Joel Swartz, of Enterprise, was a vis...

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. — 4 June 1908

T s -Wh w S THE IRON WAY A Tale or (he Dnlldera of (ho West By SARAH PRATT CARR Illailfitlui by At!. VllUtmion OupjrUht. WW, A. C. McClurs A Co., Chletco CHAPTER XXVII. The Conquest of the Heart of Sally B. Forty years ago, daring surgeons did not so often undertake to better uaturo's work, make Joints where none had been, remake organs that had not fulfilled their functions. Alvln Carter, desplto his cheerful ness, had ever silently rebelled against his crutch. And when the Idea was born to him that he might have his leg broken und niado straight, he never halted till lie found a surgeon willing to add his skill to Alvln's money and pluck. Three years with scarcely n, day's vacation had won for him promotion and the confidence of olllcers as well as of fellow employes. Thus Alvln had the great eye and sympathy of the governor himself behind his brave venture Into unfamiliar realms of surgery. When Alvln came through with two straight legs, the trilling shortness of one being correc...

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. — 4 June 1908

sS?i5 mFsyTTr f Htry&- if &&:2&l12a2l ws mm:m:77:M Now Plymouth George Itlggs loft Saturday for a visit with his sister In Lancastor. Ulanchn 'fa., lor, of Logan, visited her mother at this place over Sunday. Asbury McGathey spent Saturday at Welhtuu and McArtliur. Mrs. Anna Kreeso and children spent Saturday at Orland. Tlio K. O. T. M. Hand played for Asbury on Decoration Day. Mr. Wyniau, of McArthur, teacher of the Hand, played with them Saturday. The boys play line and aroiinpiovlng. Josephine- Bay attended commence ment at Logan. 1. M.Savely, of Columbus, spent Sunday with his sister at this place. Mrs. George Gibbons and Fanny Hamlin attended Decoration services at Asbury. it. II. Allen, of McArthur, spent several days last week with his father at this place, Buzzard Ave. Elwood Stlverson and Lucius Hitler were Logan visitors, last Saturday. I Bessie, Hazel and Hattle Shaffer at tended the commencement at Nelson vllle, last Tuesday and Wednesday. Quite a number ...

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. — 4 June 1908

.?l8'l '15 ' . Vi" itm in mill mf riiitntiM iili J. ik Xxxx' SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS n A Jt W jx x n W W iKi JT 1 Eagle Mills lames McQuury 1ms a largo crop of corn, am! good prospects for wheat. S. I). Ovllt Is about to trade his large and valuable farm Tor 800 acres of land In Nebraska. Wo regret to lose as noble a farmer and friend as Mr. Ovltt, but wish him success In his dealings. Dr. Murphy has the largest potatoes in our vicinity. The farmers of this place arc about through planting corn. .1. 15. Brown, of near Londary, O., lost his large new barn, lots of corn, hay and wheat, May 30, by lire. James Snider is improving fast, but is not yet able to come home. There has been a great improve ment made in the lower narrow, and as our roads aie bad the correspon dent of this paper would tike to have the road subject brought up. Ellsworth Smith's are having a very bad time with whooping cough among their children. Stringtown D. W. Hurr, of Bucyrus, spent a few days last week wi...

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. — 11 June 1908

-- r? -i-- jp Mf ' - T ' fr- inVf' TWt';'si' j N h ME XBMOQRA TSENTINL. j tfitnom&o THE OHIO DRMOORATi 27th Year No 24 THE HOOKING 8ENTIWriIi'fl7thrr No 47 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE n, 1908. Th Only Demoor&tlo Paper In the Oonntj OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar For Tear jSjTTtT T-jfVym-f (ppRjWI t V ff-(1IynlW-w fTpi x .. BREAKS THE MARITAL SEAL Common Pleas Court Grants Divorces. SLANDER SUIT Makes a Day of Trouble Probate Court News. The common ploas court had a record breaking day of it on Monday of tins week. Three divorces were grunted to parties, weary witli the lot of their double exiatance. In the case of David Staneart vs Maud. Staneart, application was made for divorce on grounds -of adultery. The'defendent did not contest the cuse, and divorce was granted Staneart, and custody of their only child. In the case of Emma Bryan vs Charles W. Bryan, divorce was granted on grounds of wilful absence and non-maintenance. Custody of children given plain tiff. E...

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. — 11 June 1908

immm-m fcWV naflw t My 1 k J -i-i. IJEMOiCAT-SENtlNGL'BMMiUifetM who placed tlio matter bofuro hi tit in an impassioned ihaniier, ho de clared that ho would permit his nu in it to be used. Thu good news sprouil like wild ft re and the Jubi lant Democrats waiting fur an nns wor wont homo with the fuollng that the time hud at last arrived when thu groat Eleventh Ohio district will bo represented in Congrens by a Democrat and abovo all by n man who Ih honored, loved and respected by all men re gardless of political itlllilintion. NB fa fa A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUHt.IHIIEtl KVRItT TllltllHlPAV MOKNlNtli TfJe Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (I.NL'tlllPIHtArKII) I'UII'.lHIIKIl Ira 1 SEARS HAS I ACCEPTED fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa VtHOtl. t l.OWHY, J. II. Doi.i.lmiN, OlIAH. II. IIM'IC AllStl, Kill II l'ltKllllKNT Km i m k A MAmaiikk UFKIOKi- In tmllltim lllnck, Mmilli Door Etileretf us Mectlinl (Muss ilntter uetubur I IVOti, lit (Iih I'uil uillce lit l.oguli, Uhlu, Uu dor Ac...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 June 1908

W"&WifZ' I, 1 Old Si Hubbard Visits So. Bloomingville and Vicinity L-iummnnnnitiriri -niiinniTMiiliiiiMiiiiiBiMMMwiMww imwwi ifflr ... tn, ..i.ni.flrftmi Hindi it aoiMti inirmiiKwrKBrtlliiwin nuiiui hmumii----' .j t pw,w,,MIMtlliadlBMaaiMMWPW " 4 T m yin yni'li iimiijh i ii Au 7Tt , 11 - U wtmffiffiffif Editor DKiuioiUT-SHNTiNKf,; I loft Logan, Tuesday morning, IbbI, via thu Hooking Valloy, west. Arrived In Lnncanter, nno of Lo gan's popular suburbs, just in time to connect with tho Muakio um Valley for Wyandotte. At Wyandotte 1 had a throo hour wait for the tratn to South Bloom ingville, 1 stoppod over in Lau relville for dinner, and more espoolally to learn what tho stork brought and whit they named it. I met Milton Armstrong but could get no inforraition from him. He wore a dejected, disappointed look, in fact, looked dangerous, so I left him, Met Gump Floyd, he had a lather sneaking look. I couldn't make out what was up, and as Cump had such a distressed expression, whether ...

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. — 11 June 1908

m. - -...: .. ,, -,., rriflif i i i fin m i A.rt irtwDai -vjrva ,$r 'f v i "( i? ; X? JL' JG DOv i Xocal an& personal siofis-OT m All the fresli vi-getablep, COMLY'S. MIrh IMhcph Robinson spent Saturday nt LHtirnHter. Attend The Logan Garment Co, Reduction Sule. Auditor J. h, Mnrtin was in Sngnr Grovo, Tuesday GhtHs, stone u ml tin fruit eanp, COMLY'S. Mr. John Judy, of Kooktiridge, wah in Logiin, Saturday. Don't forget the brand, "RICH EL1KU" ntComly'B. Mr. C. N. White, of LuUrrlvillr, Was a vinitor to Logan, Saturday. Have you seon those evaporatod peaches for 10c at COMLY'h. Mr. J. M. White, of Laurelville, was in Logan, Monday on busi ness. You can not all'ord to miss the big j eduction sale at The Garment Co. Mr. Jasper Cave, of South Per ry, was a visitor to Logan, Satur day. Mayor Wells, of Neisonville, was in Logan, Saturday on busi ness. Fancy prunes, the best on the market, COMLY'S. Mr. Hayes Kinney, of Cincinnai, is at home with bis parents a few days. Cut! Slash! is ...

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. — 18 June 1908

?iiFitw!ipipj w 'ifv ' T V T If 'n rf i TOE DEMOeRAT-SENTNEL. .:) Ai)ft ?nn onio bhmoohat. a?th Tr n v. i 'v rtS v vtf LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE i8, 1908. The Only Democratic I'apor In tht Uonnty Olronlatlon 3000 Ono Dollar Per Yr THnnOOKINQ OHNTINTlIi 07tUTr " - LOT SALE w- t I A Golden Opportunity to Own Your Own Home. 60 Building; Lots in the Beautiful Mingo Terrace Addition to Logan Are Now Being Improved, and on and After Saturday, June 27, 1908, Will be Sold at Private Sale This addition lies four squares north of the city, is the continuation of Market, Mulberry and Walnut streets; is only a few minutes walk from the Court House, Postoffice and Busi ness Center; a short distance to Railroad Shops, Brick Plants and Factories; but a few hun dred yards from the Public Schools and any one of the Churches can be reached within less than 10 minutes walk. For convenience to all these this addition cannot now nor never be equaled by any new addition to the city. Eve...

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. — 18 June 1908

r ""w pPf"" -y5 " 'ft ? "Ifw if: M Mf :1 i, i ! J. m ' , fr , r MKUOUUMI9 DfilVlOCRAT-SdNTiNBL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runtiimiKn icvkky TitttimtiAV .moiihimo. ""' T, . r. i j it i it i t r ' v'o nroalttliortrod to announce tlio nnnio The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. 0f .t. a, runs of r,nurci township, ns n (tNcoitfuUATKii) cmutldntu for Hupresunlntlvo of Hocking l'UHUHllKUM 'county, subject to tliedccHlon of tlm Demo- ViKott.M.owitY. "" .llR(,ltlRNT emtio ITImurylllectloa. J. II. Dol.r.lNON, KoiTuitl Wonreniitlioricd tonnnoiiiico the nntuo (JltAH. II, llt'i'K Amsii. Kliliott.tMANAiiKH of .IOUK W. SOIIAAIi, of Washington - tovtiililp, ns h camtldnte for Hopresontn- OKKIOKl In IMillliou IlloeU, South Door tlvo of Hocking County, suujeotl to tlio w..i - fl,.i..r. n...- vi..m ,i..-i IWM, ui tlm I'uu nitli'ii lit l.ognu, Ulilo, under Act of I'niitfiuss of Mi'ii :i, ls"v. Thursday, Juno 18, 1908. Democrat Ticket. bTATK For Governor JUD30.N HARMON of Hamilton. For Lieutonsuit Governor DA...

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. — 18 June 1908

WtiTTiI W'0l0mtMQ: 'pifmrW WSjjBSfgrai --sfyyTrrrtr - fi-nffry -V II Hi ufMihttm J y 'V. m n Gomplimontary to Harry E. Speaks. One hundred raliroiul won, moBt of tlioiu former omi)loyo8 of Harry E, Spoakn during Ills fiorm hb ettp orintondont of tho T. is 0. C. rail way, tonuorou nun n unuquot at tho UofjH rontiiurnitb last ovoning. Thoy prosotitcd Mr. Spooks with' a $500 diamond and also gave liitn a pitcher, which thoy naked him to give to his mother, Mr. Speaks recently wrm promoted to ho sup arintondent of the Hooking Valley, in place of Superintendent Quig loy, who wbb given lenvo of nb boiico beoause of ill hoalth. Those present at tho banquet in cluded truinmastors, inaater me chanic?, clerks, dispatchers, ynrd masters, flitperlntend'Mils, conduc tors and workers in other dopar't ments of tho railroad service. There wore men from Buoy rue, Corning, Ken ton, Toledo, Findlay, Fultonham, Middleport, St. MaryR and other oiliefl. The presentation spoeoh was made by Dick Smiles, a ...

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. — 18 June 1908

' , iiyiw-- -,., , , f- -tV . - r r e i t. jffk ; r 8 T l I H " 7 ,r m Vl Mrf r rv V fy ry W V fJ' 'M IfRI 2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2w jf SOCIETY NEWS OF J OT3ER TOWNS I ks gEgBS3E353E3ES355E30 Pleasant Viow Chris Kline, wife and family, or Cola Valley, passed through this vicinity Sunday. Geo. McUud attended church at Mt. Plsgah, Hundaj afternoon. LenaStahr Is luiprolng fioin a severe attack or i lieu matUm at this writing. llowaul McUiooiu and II. Fauble made a business tilp to Logan, Satur day. Wm. Poling, Win. McGrady and H. Fauble called on Fred Stahr last Sun day. James Lunsford made a Hying trip to the capital city last Saturday. Mrs. Jlenry l-'aubleaiulltttledaugh-ter Dovte, called on Mrs. John Sater, Sunday. John Sater and mother called on Adam Hansley and wife, Sunday, near Sugar Giove. Wm. WolU, wife and little daugh ter Kattle, of Cantwell Cliffs, passed through this vicinity last Sunday. There was quite a number of young folks of dilleient parts of this country gatheied at 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. — 18 June 1908

"jH'T""'- -r r - PfFSii'S fcf . V -. ll r r.? - -" - . - m ., ii . . m .. . i a.na ..! in, Hif ff f rjif m m rm ff m rg rw MlifM lf If If If rw If ff rwi f ff fjf m I ocal anb jfrersonat 7l 7v ifl iJd JCi 7 Jv Jl n J vv nlll7f J Ju 9(; J JT J& W n JC fv HMf r - - - i r i - - i i iii ii- Mr. Ed. Heck was Athens lfit Sunday, a visitor to Mr. W, P. Miliar, of Union Fur nace, was in Logan, Friday. Mr. John Leonard, of near Bre men, was in Logan on laBt Friday. Mr. E. II. Murphy, f f Lan caster, was a Logan visitor Mon day. Mr. Will Weavor, of So. Porry, was on the streets of Logan, Mon day. Mrs, Ed Deck and children visited relatives 'In Athous hist week. Mr. Harry Warner of Cohim dus, visited relatives in Logan this week. Mr. Nat K Baum, of St. Louis, was an over Sunday guest of Mr. Rose. Mr. U. A Gordon, of South Bloomingvllle, was a visitor to Logan, last Friday. Mr, P. R. Sines of New Straits ville attended tho baso hail game in Logan last Sunday. J. Mattox, the expressman. Bell...

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. — 18 June 1908

v rtt k M li I -T ! hsl i j; t r H Ml I I TEE I j IRON I V WAY i m A Talc of tho Ilulldera m of tho West 1 I By I I SARAD rKATT CARR 1 lIloiUiUoniiyArt.WIUUmiin OoMrignt. 1W7, A. 0. McClorg A Co., Chloo CHAPTER XXX. Tho Stroke of the Fang. Tho days ran happily by for Esther, ao far as Bhe remained In her own lit tle woild. It was a Joy to bo with Uncle Hilly a short late hour every other night when his tialn was In and his reports made; a Joy to know that her presence comforted Sally 13., whose heart, despite her busy life, longed for her only child, and grieved for tho older child who dogged her footsteps, did her errands, followed her with meek, trustful eyes. The spell of the desert, and her ever defened hope of seeing Alfred, still held Esther. Gld deon was In the town, though he kept out of Esther's way. Stilly B. mot him abruptly one day, forced a kind word upon him and asked him of his stay; but he evaded her with a hulf-coheient reply about seeing the lailioad through. She m...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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