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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 July 1908

m .t, v i ' rt kMSS99RE k .: ti ,'r a j u Death of tho Presidents. Three of tho nation's Presidents met death by assassination. The otherB suffered from a varioty of ills of the kind that aiTeot ordinary mortals, ranging from oholora morbuv which carried off Znohary Taylor, to old ago, which brought John Adams's life to a peaeoful end. John Adams, by the way, was the oldost of tho Presidents, being 01 at his death. It is no ticeable that Ir-ter-day Presidents have not reaohed the ripe age of the Chief Magistrates of the oar lier periods. This is the way the Presidents died: t George Washington His death was tho rosult of a severe cold con tracted while riding around his farm in a rain and sleet storm on Docember 10, 1700. The cold in creased and was followed by a c chill, whioh brought on acute laryngitis. His death ocourred on December 14, 1700. Ho was 68 years of age. John Adams Ho died from old ago, having reached bis nlnety- fi.rjtmilestone. Though active mentally, he was nearly...

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. — 9 July 1908

Tr sAJf t fr n DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtniUfutitn kvkuy TttuninAr mornino. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOUPnUATRD) l'tntMHiintm vtnem, C, l.uwiir, I'kkiiiiknt II. O. llANHRti, HKI'llKTAHT J. B. DoI.MSON, KUITOH OriAs. II. lUfi: Aaso KiiitokAManaokr OKFlOm Iii Ikilllson Utock, aoiltU Door Entered as UbooikI OIiiss Matter October 1 11)03, nt tlio I'osl iilIKu nl Logmii Ohio, uutlor ActnrCoiiRresaol Meli 3, 13i. Thursday, July 9, 1908. William Jennings Bryan Was Nominated loday -as the Democratic -Candidate for President of the United States. Democrat Ticket. BTATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L ROCKWELL of Porta? For Supremo Judg HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKET of Franklin. For Secretaiy of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State TV. TV. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treasurer of State D. S CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOOAN of Jackson. Tor Members Board of Public Works BERNARD DORAN of ...

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. — 9 July 1908

$- r ww vnlTfP Rc" ;y(ir ?-$-" jr i ji jwimiwiw n i i,-) ' ffl'fi6lffT' '"" ' W' ' y''"1''''1' ,, iv E.YC l simmnnnmmminmnmimnmim frWf!flins his f i -I I Our Big Clearance Sale is Still Going On j c .., 2 P And Bargain Hunters can't afford to miss it. Every article without exception has passed under the knife, many at a loss to us, but we pre- f H i ... f er to see them go rather than store away r, . i H lAt Our Prices Merchandise Can't Last Forever. 1 cs -v uuiuu.Muu...Mi.iMiuiuiUiui.MiuiM L Arguments Against Own ing Our Own Electric ' Light Plant. Wellaton, Ohio, May 11, '08 Hon,-D. V. Thurness, Mayor. Logan, Ohio. Dear Sir: Your letter of the 8th to our mayor, in regard to street lights, will say that we do not' receive a oent from tax for arc lights on our streets. We figure that it will cost $25.50 for each lamp of 2,000 can dle power per year, this being act ual cost us running and owning the Municipal ' Plant. For your information will say that from beet figures we have been ...

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 July 1908

$"W:i ' THE IRON WAY A Tale of (ho Dulldara of (he West Iiy SARAH PRATT CABR Illsitrsusas sy Art WlUitmiai Copyright, 1MT, A. a McCluri A Co., CUoaco through the hot, lato April day. Every bosu WiiH alurt. Evury man did his best; perhaps was sworn at for not doing better. Only Bonnctt, calm, un hurrying, held his men to their ta3k with neither curses nor bluster; and Bouuett's gang hud the brunt of tho fray. Mrs. Gregory and her guests winu uuwt-Mjuwiui. k u.K - drama unfold; the miles, rail by rail, banded together In the glorious iron way. At what cost was It done! Yet how great was tho result! "Is it always so?" Esther asked, looking up at Alfred. "Must the joad to great achievements be always by way of the sweat of the faca, tho heart's blood?" His look was tender, comprehending. "Are they not worth the cost?" "Yes, yes; I must believe theya"re." Yet she turned away, her eyes blurred with tears. She was thinking of Gid eon alone under his posies. Dinner was a farce for time, if ...

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 July 1908

-y - vs . 1-. . ""' .tf ir ,.r-s:WF -fj u , J H unijii ! Gold i I 2S2S2iS2S22S252Si!2X2iS2S2i S OF NEWS BH'ifcyfc 'Jv'Jt jfe yfc jtjiyci j aiiia . jl jl jl .a .& a a a ai Goldon Rod Valloy Samuel Inbodcn spent Sunday Columbus. Jesse Flckol spent the Fourth in in Carroll. Guy Wright and CIIII Urown spent Saturdjy In Lancaster. A number of our citizens spent the Fourth In Logan. There Is said to have been certain persons saying that I have been slur lng them through the paper of the Demookat-Skntinkl. I wish to say that I have dono no such thing. It Is not my practice to do so. Orla Wclfe spent Sunday evening In. Logan. Estolla "Wright, Goldlo Scholl and Ida "Fickel spent Saturday in Logan. ACQACOAK. Gypsy Hollow Wheat cutting seems to be the or der of the day in Gypsy Hollow. Edward Fickel and homer Wolfe were seen going up the Bremen road, Sunday evening, with self action sm!les,on their faces. Isaac S. Wolfe is visiting his par ents. D. Wolfe and wife at present. Orla Wolfe cal...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 July 1908

mw&$rA T a A? ' t Nft HWwdrt liMuhAiifcii Wm&Sk&SkSkSi.Sc ii ;'r . Iff i I if (I THERE'S CM AUUllU M "to J Ask anybody ctf ' ', It's the 3 There are no better Clothing, Hats or Furnishings any where than the offerings at this store. . We defy competition and kindly ask our 4 trade to make comparison any day in the year. IF WE CAN'T SAVE YOU MONEY DON'T BUY HERE. Come in any time, run your eye 4 over the most complete and up-to-date CLOTHING STORE in the Valley. HONEST VALUES l????? AND LOCAL Social Circle The Indies of tlio Social Circle held (i business meeting, Wednes day nfternnnn, at tlio homo of Mrs. Rruee Dollison. Now olllcers for the coming year were elected and arrangements mudo for a pic nic to the Lancaster Camp Grounds in a few weeks. Mrs. Dollison served refreshments, assisted by Miss Lola Wilcox, of Columbus. - . i Birthday Party Little Miss Esther Lindsay cele brated her third birth anniv.rsary Tuesday afternoon, at the home of her Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 July 1908

K3S3S5MR!S" 1 ! ' T'fcw3i ff "-'iter' ' ( ?v"i'!W!!?!!t ' W SfFrfj; HOCKING COUNTY PICNIC TO BE HELD AT COLUMBUS, AUGUST 25. rnr rnn pnUn TDIP 7E including street car fare and IML rUI KUUHU Hill 10c. admisswn to indianola park ' mm DEMOeRAT'SENTINEL. i' ( H MB OHIO tiUMOOIUT. 27th Yer Na 29 THE HOOKtNO DENTIN IHi C7tb Tear No 62 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY i6, 1908. Th Only Democtatlo Paper In tb County (llronlftllnn 3000 One Dollar Per Tear v fcv k STORY OF Scenes In the Convention at Denver. Denver, July 10. The national con mention of the Democratic party, after n series of sessions marked by enthusi astic demonstrations unparalleled In any similar organization, adjourned after nominating William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska for the presidency and John W. Kern of Indiana for vice president. Thus Mr. Bryan Is for the third time the standard bearer of his party In n national content. Mr. Bryuu's nomination had been , foreshadowed for many weeks pi lor to the conventio...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 July 1908

'i'-mfX)i9m- amftervft 0 f! i HAVE YOU ATTENDED The Big SemiAnnual Clearance Sale? i r I II affords unusual, in fact, unprecedented merchandising opportunities. The goods must move quickly and we have offered them at RECORD BREAKING PRICES:- - CALL EARLY CALL OFTEN WELLMAN & YONTZ DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rOBLlaUED KTKRT THUHSDAT MOKKHIO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOKPOKATED) PUBLISHERS VIROIL C. LOWRT, - PRESIDENT H. Q. Hansel, - - hecketaut J. B. Dollison, ... Editor Oiias. H. Beck Asio. Editor Jt Manager OFFICE: In Uolllson Block, South Door Eutered as .Second Ulass Matter October 1 1V06, at '.be Post ottlco at Logan, Ohio, under Act ol Congress of Men 3, 137V. Thursday, July 16, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN of Nebraska. For Vice President JOHN W. KEHN of Indiana. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Porta For Supreme Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 July 1908

Wffisr T' ftW ri'! H T!r?frRjsf9PW'-r'T-it(af'FipOT'r "fwjg Pi GOMINQ TO TOSEnonday, YOU Dlieaaei. Diseases. treatment Get Well, Consult Dr. Weist. My special methods' and years of experience axclude all experimenting or guess work. If you arc suffering from any Chronic Disease of Stomach Liver. Bowels. Rectum. Lungi, , nose, Spine, i urvAiioruutui.1 iuuci. uiaiu. ncrvtii ouiue, Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate, etc. I will cure vou In tbe shortest Dosslble 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 from over work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Vari cocele, Kupturc, 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 which will receive careful examination. List ol ing consultation at mi Columbus office, should T ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 July 1908

1 " r j v x 1 , !, . ri k M Real Estate Transfers Quit claim deed, Goodhopc Rebec- eaand LeroyStubbs to Robert and William Jackson, 124 acres, consldera- Hon till). Washington- William It. Thrush and tlfo to Lewis L. Clark, 70 acies. consideration $1,000. Washington Low Is L. Clark and wife to William IS. Thrush, "0 acres, consideration 41170. Murray City Thomas Taylor and wife to John A. Campbell and wife east half oi lot ll!ti of the Columbus and HocklturCoal and I ion Company's addition to the Village or Murray City, consideration 4150. Lam el Isaac and Stella Vancuren to the Commlssiouets of Hocking County, a stilp twenty feet wide on either side of a certain described line, consideration $10.). Laurel Charles Ileltfle and wife to John L- Ilelglu, 80 acies, considera tion $000. Quit claim deed, Marlon Adallne and Chas. Nunemaker to Magdalena Isabelle Durr, S0.87 acres, considera tion $300. Washington Joshua Grlnlth and wife to William A. and Kettle A. Cooper, "J5 acres, consider...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 July 1908

P1pHHpaBHaMHBHaapHHMWMnBMHHlmiMHMMRMIIIIilIIUIRIIIlUUIII I HI Jllllll III I llllllll aw . -xfit rVy' i J1 ' M'l f B SOCIETY AND LOCAL j Breakfast Mrs. Will KobbIpt pave a very delightful eight o'clock breakfast Wednesday uiurninK, honoring Mrs, Myron Pond and daughter, Jeuet, of Somerset. Covers were laid for eight. Pythian Sisters The Pythian Sisters wereierved with toe oroatn and oako by Mrs Wolfe and Mtb. Hansel the Jul) entertainment committee, on Tu 06 day, after the roRiilar order of business was finished. A very pleasant social hour was spent by those p'esent, Sewing Circle The ladies of the Sewing CI rule enjoyed a picnic on the beautiful lawn at the home of Mrs. A, K Smith last Thursday evening. Quite a line supper was had, con sisting of all of the delionoies of the season, Mrs, Will Strentz was a visitor, also Mrs. Hal Murphy of Athens, a former member. Tea Parties Mrs. violin Smith entertained with a Tea Party for Mrs. Myron Pond, Saturday evening, there be ing ten guest...

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 July 1908

n i tii. I i hl lM ffi T ij j iJ rfj" fternck-Taft Combine. The ambition of former Govern or derrick to siidiseed either Mr. floraker or Mr. Dlok in the Unltbd States seitato id to he fortified l a subsidized chain of nertHptipers, Mr. derrick Ims ulroudy eeuured Control of the Cleveland Leader and the Toledo Ulatle, and now has options on other pupe s throughout the athte. Aided by hia vast wealth and by u shrewd system of underground orgaiiizu tion, he confidently expects to ac complish his purpose. Ic is un derstood thut he has formed a working alliance with Millionaire Chat lei F. Taft, and each is to help the other in his struggle for togas now worn bv Foraker and Diok. Such a union of millions has never before beeu formed in a single stale for the acquirement of senatorial seats. Newark Ad vocate. domination of Mr. Bryan. The third nomination of William Jennings Bryan for the Presidency by his party is a remarkable trib ute to the hold he has on the af fections of his followei...

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 July 1908

TSisgWPIfrHPH t 1 -A V yj ( A A 1 I BT , Fr 6 DOS IN PA OWNER SHIP PAY? We could fill tbe columns of our newspapers with municipal elec tric, water and gas plant failures. But. why go away from home? The Logan, 0 , municipal water works has baen in operation for thirteen years. The total receipts from Bale of binds, donations, from sinking fund, taps and sale of water is $76,622.80. The total expenditure is $77, 506.15. Deficiency in running expenses $1,048 76. Paid interest on bonds $23,240. Paid bondB $26,000. Depreciation at five per cent, per annum, thirteen' years, $26, 000. Total amount not earned by the plant and for whiohi we have paid by being taxed, $76,288.75. Would an individual or a private corporation consider this invest ment as being on a paying basib? Yet our worthy mayor and some of our council will tell you this plant is on a paying basis. The above figures are computed on the water works alone and does' not include sewerage. After thirteen years operation of our ...

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 July 1908

?$&&&?$ I ! H y-,-M s"'4 I' SOCIETY NEWS OF QTUER TOWNS 5Tj5 XH It I Jt kA IHI White Hoso Ridge A. J. Wtlght, of North Hern, took dinner with Henry Dutton and fami ly, Sunday Leonard Backus and family visited Mrs. Rebecca Borah and family, Sun day. William Funk and family and John Loui ami wife called on John Mess bargerand famll-, Sunday. Daniel Haidwlck called on Henry Borah, Sunday. Earnest Keller Is helping: Henry Boyer to make hay. Honey Fork George Wj skiver called on William Lenzand family, lastSunday evening. Russel and Paul Harden were seen on Honey Fork, last Sunday evening, Mrs. Andrew Miller, of Columbus, and Mrs. George Miller of Goat Run, visited Mrs. Win. Mosure, one day last week. Wm. Leiu and family called on Sarah Nixon, one day last week. Nada Hoy, of Salt Cieek, Is visiting her sister, Mis. Welcome Stone. Charles Hansel and wife were Lo gan shoppers, Wednesday of last week. Wm. Lenz and family were Logan shoppers, last Saturday. Elijah Harden purchase...

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 July 1908

nMWnfry ifraifa MMtfOJ maf ' ir- . fry r1 HOCKING' COUNTY PICNIC TO BE HELD AT COLUMBUS, AUGUST 25. FARE FOR ROUND TRIP 75c, SSTCSfftS THE TEMOeRATSENTINL SS 'i ) it- p -w55" Si THB OHtO nr.MOOUAT. !17th Year No 00 XBR I100KIN0 onNTINKti 08th Yeir No I i2Krt!Ss" Ufflo apiiTofi LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Pearl were vialtnrB to MoArtliur, laBt week. Miss Edith llnpple visited rtla lives in Oenlrt, lust woek. Miea Uruuu liiirtibti visi'ed re latives at OrUnd. lnt wepk Squiio Stin I Ebu t, uf S Per ry," WQB.in Logan, Mouthy . Mr. Rob't. W tight, nf Marion, Ohio, was in Lnpan, Mime ay. Mr. George Bay nliaui ofMntray City, was in Logan', Saturday. Mr. Wm. Noteutoue, of So. Per ry, woe 0 Logan visitor Saturday. Mr. Otto Haukinaon, o'f Nelson ville, was a visitnr to Logan, Sun day. Mr. Thomas Workman, of New Pittsburg, was a visitor to.Logan, Saturday. Misses Anna and Stella Fox spent Sunday with relatives at Lancaster. Laura Harden, of New Ply mouth, visited relatives in Logan, last week. Mr,...

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 July 1908

EXCS9CB -")' 4 , I i "n-"-jrw.ja i' . i 1, 'J,1 ! '- C DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FUBLtSHlCD KVKHT TlIUHSllAT UORHItta.' The Logan Printing and Publishing Co.1 (INCOIIPOtlATICM) 1 I'ttHUHlllCHB I VIKOILC. LOWKY, ' I'ltMIIIENTl il.U. IlANSKI., BLl-KKTAKY J, H. Lol.I.ISON, " KlllTOIl OltAS. II UKCK ASSO. KonOBiMAlUllhK OFFIOK: In uoliUon Ulock, south Door Entered ns second M Matter October 1 1D06, nt tho Post oillco nt t.oern, Ohio, under Aot nlloiwiussof Mch 8, lb7C. Thursday, July 23, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TICKET KorPieMdcnt WILLIAM I. BKYAN of Nebrnskn. I'or Vlco President JOHN W. KEKN of Indiana. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. For Lloutonant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Portaffo. For Supreme Judf?c3 HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OtfEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State TV. TV. DURBIN of Hardin. Tor Treasurer of State D. S. CREAMER of Belmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY IIOGAN of Jackson. For M...

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 July 1908

s. :mtfiiMmm f r$ j- i. i r F 11 - u SMK' i 1. ' 1 1 A A Candidate for Congress Sketch of the life of the Prairie Herds man, Farmer Lad, Manufacturer, Friend of Labor and Farmer, Leader of Men. t 20$ Born and Reared on the Western Prattle Like many another successful American citizen, Lewis Alonzo Scars of Clilllieothe, Ohio, to everybody known as "Lon" Sears, has risen from the rnnka. Ills struggle for advancement, and his final achievement of moderate success, is not unlike that of the truly big men of the country. Horn ami reared In Kansas, ho began life as a farmer lad, at a time when tin; elements in that stato ueemed adverse to agricultural success and the country wus in the transition stage between the graz ing prairie and the fenced farm-land. Crop failures, droughts and pests year after ear tried men's souls, and amid the stirring scenes of his boyhood ho learned the lessons of patience and perseverance. His birth place is Lawrence in Douglas County, Kansas, and his natal d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 July 1908

w &?$ c-.-cj j &; x Tpj, tfl?r n si ? , Mf LOCAL NEWS Mr. Sitn tliiml, of Gore, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. A. M K par Km, of Lancaster, was in Lognn, Tuesday. Mr Cromwell Walker was u vis itor in Lancaster, Friday. Mr. unit Alro (ilia oiitz were Columbus Mitit. Tuesday. Mm. Thud Allen returned Tues duy evening fr in NeNonvllle. Mr. Knb't Evans, of Itayden ville, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Clin" Walker, of Cedar Grove, was in Logan, Friday. Mr. Jacob Shein, of Giblson ville, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Mort Dupler, of Columbus, was a visitor in Logan this week. Master Joe White, of Laurel ville, is in Logan for a few weeks. Mr. Clyde Scott, of Newark, was a visitor to Logan, last Sun day. Mrs. Charles Yontz was a Lan caster visitor Monday and Tues day. Mr. Morris. Electrical Engineer of Columbus, was in Logan, Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duplet, of Rockbridge, were in Logan, Mon day. Ex-Marshal George Baynharn.of Murray City, was in Logan, Fri day. Mr. Marcus Lutz, of Colum...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 July 1908

fjFvmfv x'rj7 vwr" a V : MUMMJhMtaMMi pimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi iHockina Cotintv Paces. Aua-tmt c 6. t and ft 1 Hocking County Races, August 5, 6, 7 and 8, 5 in At Logan, Ohio, "The Best Ever" tfiMmiuiiuuiiuuimumutmmmiummiiuumimmi EUBZSm m ! tfc. ! Ur I ' SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS K K 2L Jt jk A A IC kb C ku n!s tVC Jnj JHj Ks Chapel Hill The funeral of John Lyons, of. Laurolville, was held at Chapel, Sunday. Soveral of our young folks at tended Children's service, Sunday evening at Prospect. Hattie Reichley is staying with her aunt, Mrs. VVm. Barton, for a few days. Harley Kalklosch and wife vis ited at Arch Ellis', over Sunday. Quite a large crowd attended the sale at the Slatzer farm. Preaching was conducted by Rev, Lockwood, last Thursday evening at Chapel. Mrs. D. Earnhart and children visited at Win. Barton's Sunday. E. Watts and family called on John Hoy's, Sunday evening. Dry Run warmers in this vicinity are about through with harvest work. Mr. Walter Ash made a trip to Vigo, l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 July 1908

mim- ., Tg.-; jyy ,e. $ v V 'V I Use and Effects of Tobacco BY .1. It. JIAUK, M l,( OAMHKIIIUK CITY, 1N1. II F All AT TIIK 8TATK MKlllOAI, SOCIKTY, tNIHANAl'Ol IS INDIANA J All nations, as far us is known, use soino kind of neivoiie exultant. Alooliol in sniH-j of its vurloiis forms, opium anil its derivatives, cocaine, tea, u.illee, unit tolmcco, constitute the principal agents used for this purpose. The science of entomology tenches us Unit in sects exist in th.a country, too numerous hi describe separately in this paper, hut upon the whole, are classed as harmful and de structive, harmless and henelluial, With a proper knowledge and un derstanding, we must concede this to be correct likewise, with nar cotics and stimulants, we have the harmless, beneficial, and not only useless, hut destructive, and one of this class is tobacco. Most all of the fore named agents ure classed among our most potent medicines, with the excep tion of tobacco, which is of doubt ful utility. Ad the use ...

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