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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 June 1908

T-T-JT" W-pF'-'7r "" '" - u, )nyy,my '? ,ffTTV -T-yi. . TSIpWrWTi!B57.' ;' ,iWr VirfWlTp' ttr J - -tV - '-jr-taVrtm-T.y 'fT ( fc ' fyi'-Miv p jsrfM; Hi g""gT.y!,,n ,n---r'--"- I ..v W ft .!X!!iiiS::a: SOCIETY NEWS OF J 1 OTHER TOWNS Cedar Grove Preaching at St. John, last Sunday, by Nov. Lockwood, or Walnut Grove. Rev. Lock wood took dinner with . Will Hose and wife, last Sunday. Tusslng Hose, of Laurehille, Is cir culating among friends lieru, at pres ent. Charley IMoukharp, of Chapel Hill, is hero shearing sheep, this week. iretha Huirinan, of Tine Valley, Is In the employ of Thermaii Beckon Arthur Woolo'ver Is In the employ of Jacob Halntor. Asa ward and I'eto Weed are haul ing lumber fioin Cedar alley to So. Bloomlugvllle. . Harry Oonlon and wife had for their guest last Tuesday, Mrs. Anna Walker, of Wesley Chapel. Myrta and Ellle Lluilsey visited Icel Davis, last Sunday. Win. Armstrong was electioneering for commissioner here, last week. Allen Helchley was seen on our streets, ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 June 1908

jmEE wnpfff tu- i. - ? ll J 1 K if! h v Cl MS THE LUMBER X Yard, Warehouse, Ofliec at the Old Woolen Mill, near Keynes Mill. Lumber, Lath, Doors, Windows, Slate, Cement, and a full and complete line of BUILDERS' SUPPLIES at reasonable prices. Come and see us. Look at our stock and get prices and estimates. s Eiv AND LOCAL Morning Euchro Invitations are out for a Morn ingEuchre Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Kesslor, of Glenview Heights. Luncheon Mrs. Dr. A. K. Smith very pleasantly entertained with a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday, in honor of Miss Lucy Westonhavor. Covers were laid for eight. D. of P. The D. of P. had a very interest ing meeting Monday night at their lodge rooniP, and at the close of the meeting a very fine supper was served consisting of chicken, noodles, salad, cake, pie and coffee. Burberry--Cook On Tuesday evening, hy Rev. C. R. Wilson at the Presbyterian parsonage, Mr. Merl Burberry and Miss Etta Cook were united in marriage. Mr. Burberry is a blacksmith and mach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

w t naa&w:m hS9Ft fSm'' -S'lt, - 7MB DEMOeRAT-SENTINBL. TIM OIIIO DHMOnilAT. 3VtU Your No 20 TIW nOOKINO BIlNTINTir. 071b Toar No 40 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908. The Only Democratic Papor In the Oonnly Oltonlatlon 300O Ono Dollar I'er Year ffll Democrats of Hocking Nominate a Strong Ticket 1 zjr?''''jr,'tj&,,&,j&,s7!,sr'r?'s?-s7'je'r'r'??,sZ,sz,sF,sP,sZ'si:,si:,i 3m y .. V MM nir.ArnnilA'l' nrltiinrv YT I election for county oIlloorR "1 nnrl ruminilt tnnnirm titmonil --- - -- - i oil' quietly Saturday, thou tjli tlio contest was a . eplondid ono. Ono of the lurjjrBt votes in many years was cunt, tlioro Doing nonrly 2100 Democrats who turnod out to assist in Reject ing onndidntos to bo oleotod thin full to county oIIIoch. Ton out of sixteen nominations were made without opposition. Of tlin offices of Representative, Auditor, Re corder and three Commissioners, the several candidates were all so thoroughly eompotent and such good men that it was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

'i.V" ;r t -..?' i r riTf' "W ILyWfcTia l ' it ,f ij . , I , rf'V -i. 1 T r 1 4 !. 8 M il IKB r i BIQ LOT SALE tri H A Golden Opportunity to Own Your Own Home. 6o 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 Also a Brick Residence, 8 rooms, good cellar, gas, city water and an abundance of cistern water. Two fine corner lots goes with house. 1 i'ii, f' F 'I ij I. ( 'I -!-i' 3?,, it This addition lies foursquares north of Main St., 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 lo 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. Every lot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

ta?"-ri ,..'.. "-w Sh i i .? V 4 rr- i vt NtJ i' mt m , m 11 i'i'i'ii'i 'i7i "ill"'1"! ii"i7i"iii"iiiiPi I SOCIETY NEWS OF p "w fw d Vv V Jv fa (Crowded Out From Last Week) Blue Creek Edith Kennedy ia visltod rela tives in Lancaster at this writing Wm, Parks, wife and grand daughter visited G. M. Parks and family in Pickaway county tiiia week. Delno Wiggins and wife of Benton township, were the guests of L. C. Swuckhammer and fumily here 6n Main street last Sundpy. Wee Anderson and family, of Fairfield cbuuty, culled on Lydia Garrett and family here on South Main street a few days this week, 6. L. Smith, of Rocky Alley, is contemplating moving to Chilli cotlio this week. Abner Swackhammer, wife and son visited relatives in Pickaway oounty last Saturday and Sunday. Bundy Smith is very poorly at this writing. He had the whoop ing cough and lung pneumonia set in, which makes his recovery very doubtful. Lulu Green, of Pole Ridge, who has been vory low with typhoid fever, is getting bett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

WiSt?, - ?.u:'J'? n-rtjKjS TT ' ' r A C It 1 ; v! hi I M1 ti li '4.1 wi . k r Ms 1 1' a- ' '8 ti it it h i a i I r. M 1 1$ y K J I n I f ) V DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED RVKHT TIIUHHtiAT MOHNIMQ. Be Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNcoiti'oKArKn) I'tnn.lallBlM VIRGIL l LOWRY. I'RICJtUENT Jt B. DoLi.laoN, EDITOR Oiias, II. IUck Asao EniTouAMANAOKn OFFIOKt In Dulllson Block, Houtli Door Euteroitm aecoiid OIbjs Gutter October 1 1WW, nt tlio Pirn ulttcu ut Logon, Olilo, under Act nfCoiiRi oh of Men 3. 1HTW. Thursday, June 25, 1908. Democrat Ticket. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON or Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL ot Porta For Supreme Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY o Franklin. For Secretary of State J. II. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of Btatt W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOOAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Worka BERNARD DORAN ot Perry. J. A. STATES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

r i .i V S' .v i" v 'f.. Isl ji LOCAL NEWS The Board rtf Equalization I In B eesfeion tills week , Mr, and 'Atrn. Hurry Uoae wero In Lancaster, Sunday. 'PostmaBtor John P. White was' a visitor to LntienRtor, Sunday. I Mr, and Mra Lawrence Yergde wore ColUmbiiR visitors, Sunday. Miae Alma Hull, tf Columbus, spent Sunday with Logan friends. Mies Gladys Lehman is visiting Mrs. W. H. DoVoro and family, of Vinton. Mr. Levi ColiKan.of Monduy Towueliip, Pery County, wub. in Logan Tuesday. J. Motion, the expressman, Bell phone, M-tin 50 II., Citizen phone 75. Churgee reaeonablo. Mrs. . D. Rlcketta returned from Mt. Caimel Hnepital, Friday, much improved in health. Mrs. Charles Ralston, .who has been visiting her mother at Zanes ville, returned home, Friday. Mrs. Jerry Uausel returned, Friday, from a lengthy visit with Hillsboro relatives and friends. B B B B B B 5 B iMiiiiiiini'iiiiimninmmiiimininiuMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiii.ii - - , '-'-'' i i m i 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 ) 1 1 ) 1 1 1 1 M ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

tiff, Spry IK TffS.TSK 4 IrVTyi- - Ji i j- )t .'SS 1 r;y. -. J . i V - A "SJ israv-jn as l i r-f ' & Eft ft t .. . f M y o J VR m BI J'i W. $1 HI- R. I 'iw 'ill- KB. V fjw? r r l-v ft. A ft -1 it i ? I, THE IRON WAY A Tale of (he Dulldera of the West By SARAH PRATT CARR Itlailtslloni by Art Willisana Coprrigbt, tier, a. a Kcciur Oo., cmomco CHAPTER XXXI. Ambrosia In Arcadia. Passengers and trainmen went for ward to Investigate. . Left alrne, Esther leaned far out of the door tnd peered forward, but could see nothing ot them. In front the train curved out of sight around the shoulder of the mountain. An undulating sweep of white sand and gray sage brush stretched on either side to the hori zon that was all. HreaihljBs and ap prehensive, she waited. She could hear the steady hiss of escaping steam, un occasional shout far beyond; for the rest, desert silence. It wa9 late in the afternoon, yet the sand reflected the heat in pulsing waves, burning her cheek. She climbed down after a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

?, P 'tip! t Si". y'sj&vi ,"" ' r""to r'tj, y ; prwMr--v,iwti-i"f r(rcs5iijwTv,jf 9" f . f ?' yiyyyTyxxtx'IB,tx...,!-'?'.-?Xj?i?!? s Tzrrr: rr .TriT. ...... intra nr u 1 lruvA ir r IllllU VI iiwviiiiiu wvvn" Calico Ridge Wheat harvest Is horo again and the sound of the reaper will soon he heard In the land. The blackberry crop Is very promising at this time. The road superintendent ls making some needed repairs o'n our roads. Downard's teams from Logan are hauling piling from D. E. Harsh's farm. Don Shultz and family spent Sun day with Ed Rlnghiser and family, of Brushy Fork. Several offe young people of the ridge visited the oil well on Scotts Creek, Sunday. 1), E. Harsh, of Logan, spent Sun day on his faim on the ridge. ' James Pleukharp was seen going In the direction of Logan, Sunday after noon. Theodore Stone, of Honey Fork, was a caller on Lewis Rodman one day last week. Noah Harsh was working on the roads last week. Squire Shultz was In Logan, Satur day. Henry Clark was w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 June 1908

fr? - . i ' " m r 1 m h 1ffflTrW!TVff1T1TWnTWWWW II THE SEMI ANNUAL BIG REDUCTION SALE At The Thurness-Wright Co. Will Begin, WU fas KT RIDAY, JUNE k (mg ,r JL JLa r -4 ' Kf hi- t m AW i 4 8 ML Entail JdfeiAkUiLiJUkMllAUAJ SOCIETY AND LOCAL .Junian The Mir-ees Finnpy will receive the.Jiinins, Thursday nftornoon. Tea Party The Misses Finney ijm'o h de lightful tea nirty, Monday cven- iu y, complimentary to tlipir guest, jNIihs Anna Myorn (if EaH Liver pool. Covers were laid for nine. The table decorations wore sweet pens, with nnsturtiunu ns favors. Nihiier Harsch Mr. Grover Nihizor, of Fulls township, and Miss Bessie M Ilurscli, of this oily, wore united in marriage, last Saturdaj eve ning, Rev. .1. V. Willi.- ollioialing The happy couple will make thir home in Logan, for the present. Jolly Dozen Miss Lillie Wright was hosteRR Murphy-Wostenhavor for the .lolly Dozen Pedro Club, Marked by olognneo and sini Wedneadsy pvoiiiug. there being pliuity Wlfl tho we,1(Iin, of Mies five tables...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 July 1908

;&.:''' J?a w DEMOeRA TSENTINBU 7: v (tJSjjJi i'l SHE OniO DEMOCRAT. 57th Tear No 27 THE BOUKINO BliNTINflL 07th Year Mo 60 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY. 2, 1908. The Only Detnooratle Ppar In the Uonnty Olronlntlon 3000 One Dollir Per Tear ? T$i OTHER TOWNS THAT HAVE MUNICIPAL LIGHTING PUNTS Mk. EntToit: Wo ago in tlio Lo gan papers a lotter addressed to the Mayor of Logan, from Logans - port, lnd,, concerning tliolr muni cipal electric liglit plunt, and we wish to here republish tlio Logans port letter, aud then compare the state reports on tho same plant, also to give state reports on Borne other municipal lighting plantB. LETTER KUOM LOOANSPOBT. Logansport, lnd., June 20, '08 D. V. Thurness, Mayor, Logan, Ohio. Dear' Sir: Our worthy mayor, Geo. P. Mc Kee has referred to me your letter of the 17th inst, relative to our Electric Light Plant, and in ans wer will say that we make no charge here for lighting our streets, or any other public build ing such as city ot...

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

K9R9H r vvwrviF $ P- AAllfcUi.UJ,i,liA,iA LOOK OUT FOR QUOTATIONS BIG JULY CLEARANCE SALE W&ikk r to .C iwiriffwwwv'iw1 W&&&&&&MM ft SOCIETY NEWS OF ioTHER TOWNS ft m ft Pleasant View Howard McBroom made a business trip to Logan, Wednesday of last v eek. Frank Mathias was seen In this vicinity, one day last week, hunting help to make hay. Hon aid McBroom mowed grass for JNelson liigham, Thuisday of last eek. H. Fauble called on Solomon Kline, proprietor ot the Hock House, last Sunday. Mr.Orn, of near Logan, was a pleas ant caller in this vicinity, last Sun day. Mrs. II. Fauble and little, daughter called on Mis. Emma Kline and fam ily, of Cantnell Clifts, Sunday. Benjamin and Daniel Bigham made a Hying trip to the B. I. S., Sunday. Quite a number of folks of this vicinity, attended quarterly meeting at Morgans Chapel, Sunday. Trustees, of Laurel township met in Regular session, last Saturday and paid otl over titty dollars. Maple. Blue Serge Suits Blue Se...

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

." & - r1 p?55Sn?WS5p5xSprwSS'3si'''; ";'r"" "" r"rv' SOCIETY NEWS OF I OTHER TOWNS a HIJv Pv hu ifv Jv J Jv Jit Jv ilvBi (Crowded Out From Last Week) Eagle Mills S. D. Ovltt made a business trip to our village, one day tlris week. Tames M. Quary, of this place, made a business trip to Haynes, Ohio, Sat urday last. The little son of Jackson Devault's has beetl unconscious for several days past. The child of Elsworth Smith, who has been sick for sometime, is but little better. Mr. Cortrlght's, of this place, have friends here from West Virginia, this week. Littlic Elk. Pike Run As we don't know much, you need not expect much news. We are sad t) state that Levi Ackley, who has been suffering with lung trouble for some time past, met death on last Monday morning, June 15, 1908. Funeral service was held at Pike Run church, Wednesday and re mains laid to rest in Pike Run ceme tery. Thomas Bethel, of lower Pike ltun, was tending his corn near Mt. Carmel, two days of this week. John St...

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

pfS-fwwir!5 $ ? 1W I w. ! f r, 9 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUlU.tSIIKll KVKHY TltttM'ilMY MOIlNIHIli The Lognn Printing mid Publishing Co. (INl'llltl'llltATKII) i'Uiimmiihiis VtHOII. C. I.OWIIY, PltKHtUKNT j. n. Doi.i.isom, i : 1 1 1 1 it UlIAS. II. IlKI'K At'IO I'.nnoit.v MANAOKIt OKFIl'IJ: III I loll I -mil llluelc, Month Door Entered us Hceiii.il iMnsi .Mutter October 1 1WW, iu the 1'iial ullltfi' ill l.ogitu, Ohio, Under Act til I Oiitileviot .Mull ;(, lsif. Thursday, July 2, 1908. Democrat Ticket. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. Kor Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. llOCmVELL of Portag: For Supremo Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER uf Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY IIOGAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DORAN of Perry. J. A. STATES of Allen. For Dairy and Food Commissioner DAVI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 July 1908

BWW iiPw iimV'!'SriiM spraw yw"yi'"Wf K 5fet - .-w1 lanimmmmm!! B & m DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION A. y I On Saturday of last week the Democratic Central Committee of Hooking County met at the Court House in Logan and canveBsed the vote of the recent county primary election. D. V. Thurneaa presided as chuirman and W. P. Mtllor ns secretary. The olllclul result la as follows: For Representee, John E. Can ty 804, J. A. cuip uai, Jonn W. Bohaal 281, T. D. Trimmor 625. Mr. Canty having received the greatest number of vo'es was declared the Democratic nominee. For Probate Judge, J. C. . Stoughton received 2000. He had no opposition and was declared the nominee. For Auditor, Irving Kriop; 244, W. D. Brandt 1000, H. G. Hansel ,877, W, F. Bowen 347. Mr. Brandt was declared the nominee. For Treasurer, J. W. Gabriel 2080, haying no opposition cvas declared the nominee. For Clerk of Court, D. M. Soli day 2038, having no opposition was declared the nominee. For Sheriff, Geo. B. Williamson 2088, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 July 1908

V "Wfr-IK." Wi.""" i,wwfm,'wwwiwi$0$& ".y i' THE IRON ww jMl jl A Tolo of the Dulldara of the Weal By SARAH PRATT CAHH Itloitrstioas ly Art VlUltniia Oopjrtabt, IW7, A. a KcClum Oe., Chios a "A3 Hallroad Hrldget." He was taking a lover's way of making her retract the lowly name when a distant gleam warned him of the journey's end. "There's Toano! We'll be there In 20 mluutcs! I haven't said half I wish. Oh, my darling, I'm Just the same nameless man! I've nothing to offer you. Will you wait still a little longer? Stella, I've no :ighl to taste of heaven; I've been cheating you," he finished ruefully. "1 think I think I'd rather be so cheated than have any other man's honesty," she said, with her iiist touch of shyness. "Yet you must now know the truth ubout me. I ought to have told you before. My father thought me a thief, turned me adrift, forbade me to use his name. Until I can prove him in the wrong I cannot offer you the only name I'm willing you should have." "But how could...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 July 1908

l1" 4 ftVJt i Til 4' ii&'7K'&&W.iXiR?2 Probate court V $ r :,v i.x I V I LOCAL HEW8 Mr. Travo Mcintosh was n Sim day vleltor in Cohunbus, Mr. John MoGouiery, of Now Straltavlllo, woe In Logan, Friday, Mr. John Hooking, of Murray City, wb a Logan visitor, Satur day. Mr, Arthur KM", of ColumbUB, spent Sunduy with relatives in Logan. , Rev. T. A. Powers, of Steuben ville, was a visitor to Logan, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Josae Rohrer and children-are spending t'liB week in Nelsonville. Mr. Ohas. Kleinchmidt, of Well ston, spent Sunday with his fam ily in Logan. Attorney Elmer E. Murphy, of Columbus, was in Logan on busi ness, Friday. Mr. Joe Cook, of Nelsonville, accompanied by his daughter, were in Logan, Saturday. Mr. and Mrd. John Till, of Junction City, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. J. Mattox, the expressman, Bell phone, Main 50 R'., Citizen phone 75. Charges reasonable. Mr. Henry Kessler left. Friday afternoon for a week's visit with relatives at Philadelph...

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

PraffPfFll ffiV "$!" ,,p? i?,n ? - ", Sr- jv "ctti. r' : ' ' -' " ' .. , - 4. t f pfT'?ySffj";iw?r" L. ' V Don't Forget That the Big Clearance Sale of The Thurness-Wright Co. is Still Going ondi merchandise! -1 tliL 1 ri U K IN xLDo- W KIvjO 1 0 Y AND LOCAL Jolly Dozen The Jolly Dozen Pedro Club will meet with Mrs. Harry Wright Thursday night. Social Circle The members of the Social Cir cle will be received by Mra. Bruce Dollison, Wednesday, July the 8. Dance A decided Riiccess was the dance given by Mnry Josephine Wright on last Friday evening at the Red Meu's Hull. Over twenty couples were present and all declared that they enjoyed it immensely. Music was furnished by Miss Wright and Chailes Quinn. Miss Charlotte Breene was an out of town guest. Picnic One of the jolliest picnic parties of the season was the one of Tues day, to Old Man'a Cave. There were twenty-six in the party, and the girls are still wondering how "College boys" can have such good appetites. Those from out of to...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 July 1908

' -t fttKflZ ti rti h DEMOeRA nSBNTINBL 1rtdSkSrf$$!!& irmr omZjH'mt m MT M M THD OHIO DtlMOORAT. 27th Yor No 28 THB nOOKtNQ BKNTlNKIi 07th Yaar No M LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1908. The Only Democratic Paper Id the County Olronhtlon 3000 One DolUr Per Tear h FOR ONE HOUR V AND THIRTY MINUTES The Denver Convention Cheered the Name of W. J. Bryan. Nominations Made To-day. and Probably Judge S Denver, Col., July 8. Blind was the fervid orator who today excited the greatest demonstra tion in the history of national po litical gatherings, and blind, too, was the exhibition of devotion on the part of delegates and the spectators to William Jennings Bryan, their beloved idol- and sacrosanct prophet. Abandoning themselves to the sheer delight of -in enthusiasm that blotted out all other human feelings, 10,000 men and women sang, shouted, danced and parad ed about just as the mood pos sessed them. To the ears of the darkened master of the forsenic art who had precipi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 July 1908

r 4 4Mpipu - y- ' a 9THSV T.WIWnafaj t, 'W-r'.t' r :m n a I Just Leave it to Teddy. Tho Rorry Rpcotnaln of u bitter fight ovor n division of tlic ppolls of a merely factional victory In tho recent ltcpuhllcnn national convention Is now mi tho polittcnt boards. A. 1 Vnry, tho War- wick of the parly TuTt nnnvnm, but Inter l In tnieki'd in the In - teresls of the redoubtable Ilitnli oock, has been turned down for the oliiiirmnni h'p of the nntinnnl conimitteo. 'J he ultnatinn Ir nn embarrassing one for Mr. Vorys, ns it is well known tlint llio entire Tuft machine in Ohio was built up on promisee of fnt.uro favors made by the statrEiniu from Fulrflold county. The moment it was inti mated (licit Vorys was to bo re legated to some menial place in the greater compnign to come, a bowl went up from the favored ones of the preliminary campaign and their demand to know whether the Vorys promises are to bo ful filled, in event of n Republican victory, has become insistent and is now causing the...

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