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Thursday, March 22, 1906
D13AIOO KAT-SENTI N RL.
Wo bow ourselves in nnfiw,
though for twenty-five anil sixty
flvu yeiM scporntely, wo have
tnlkeiljto tlio people of Hocktup
county iiml vicinity. In bowing
in, wonly liopo to remain in the
nnntliioiu'e of our nartv and the
people, so long as we cue square
ii nil hoiiost. Wo will maintain
strict intoRrity with our princi
ple. We will advocate tho fiinda
mental principles of a. Democratic
government: a government, of,
for and ly the people. Oommer
eiallv we will know the tiitht, do
the right, and givo to our ctisto
,moR our best efforts. In politics
we are alwavs democratic. We
believe that democratic principles
are closest to the people; but we
shall "not shield a Democratic
nlllnn-hnlder when he is guilty of
wrong in his official capacity. We
will wage war on graft and dis
honesty, in what ever party we
find it. A democrat or republi
can in ollicc, who is dishonest arid
betrays the trust the people repose
in him, should have the counte
nance of no party affiliations. In
,our local organization we certainly
shall alwnyscouncil and advise,
but never dictate.
In Democratic primaries, we
will have no part, except to wish
every cundidato, "God speed."
After the nominations for office
arc made, we will use all honorable
means to elect our Democratic
candidates. Kveiy piimnry as
pirant for office will find us giving
him a "square deal." Taking no
part whatever, for or againfet him,
He will find the now-ipaper and
printing office of his party like an
open-faced watch ; simply bidding
him the time of day, with a "luck
to you," hand shape. The pub
lie arc welcome to our office. Our
democratic committeemen nnd
friends mny mako their newspaper
office their home when hfro. Wo
will soon arrange for raoro rooms,
and make our office "Democratic
Headquarters," and have open
hoimc tho year around. Como in
and see us. Write lis tho news
from your neighborhood, and we
will make this ono of tho best
county papers in Ohio. Now for
a long, Ftrong pull altogether.
lliurn Pity New I
Two weeki since tho .lohu K.
White Republicans mot In Logon
Unit If the rump eoinmltlee which
was elected nearly two youri ago
for one yenr only, arid chosn deh
gatcH to the severnl Judicial eon
vontioim. Is it possiblo that rotten poli
tics still wngo war ngoinst tho
people in Hocking enmity? Is s
possible that after tho sharp re
buke of liiBt fall, the bosses, still
hnvo the nerve and nudnsity to at
tempt to hoodwink the people, ft
it possible, that u dofunct com
mittee will still prcRiimo to be in
power nnd go on transacting busi
ness which has long since passed
out their hands? Wo had hoped,
that the struggle was ovot, that
tho Kang Tang leader of n Rang
1'nng gang would step aside and
permit tlio people to rule, to judge,
to plan and aeheive victories for
tho party but it seem? nothing but
a Rtift' open war faro will drivo tho
enemy from their trenches nnd to
that end our hattorias will begin
work. The people of Hocking
enmity must ho bosses" or nnli bos
sos nnd let those who menu to fight
for freedom nnd justice fall in line
and step to the music of n fierce
ennnncado. If you havolost nil
sense of honor or Imvo not the
nerve to fnce tiie foe, stop aside
for we are going to act double
quick and havn't time to buy, coax
or threaten men to stand for their
Ward township brigade, forward
march ! and let thi be your battle
cry, Down With Hossisni !
Two years ago, Boss Pox
in the odor of sanctity. He could
secure nn unlimited official en
dorsement of his moral, financial,
patriotic and every other kind of
oharnctci. Today, thoio me
mighty few so pooi n to do him
reverence. "Kuu Ilyuickn, nil
lieutenant, stands guilty before
the Drake investigating commis
sion of receiving gratuities to the
evtent f many thonnnnda of dol
lnis from tho bnnks of Cincinnati
for the use of tlio county funds,
while all the indications now point
to tho likelihood of Boss Co be
ing proven to imvo received mill
ions from one source nnd another
corruptly. Secretary Taft said,
in his specoh at Canton, that no-
uouy coma ten now no nan ac
cumulated his money. Jt seems
now ns if Ohio werfin a fnir way
to lenrn something about it.
Editor Krod W. Hush of tho
Albans Messenger, hns tho follow
ing to say nent tho Judicial con
vention at Jackson Thurbday:
ThoroH a pecular condition
among tho represcntntativos from
.Athens comity nttonding the Jud
icial convention at Jnokson today,
The regular delegation selected by
the "triumvirnto" is there headed
by I, D. Sayro, who ifl supporting
Judge Jones for renominatlon for
his second torm. Mr, llrysnn who
helped to select tho regular dele
gation is at Jnokson with another
delegation purporting to ho from
the central commjttoo, and is con
testing with tlio regulars for 'i
seat in the convention, Tho llry.
don delegates arc for Judgo Hrnd
bury. The liousoof the triumvir
att seems to ho hopelessly divid
ed, Mr. Foster is occuping a nou
trnl position, If Judge JJrndbnry
is nominated, tho locul trio will ho
known ns the "Hiyson trumvirntc,
'ami if Judge Jones Is nominated is
will be the"Sayre triumvirnte."
Repreeontativo O'Rourko snys he
win oner tlio joint resolution pro
viding for a prohibition amend
ment to the constitution, which
Frank ulocnrtnoy, ehairinnn of tho
Prohibition Stato committeo has
boon trying nil session 10 get no
fore the legislatmo. Mr, D'
Rourke, however, sny3 ho is act
ing independently of Mr. Mecnit
ney. He will consult the attorney
general's department about tho
form of tho proposed resolution
Mr. O'Rouike says, aside from
the purpose of submitting the gen
eral question of pioliibitinn to
public vote, ho nlso 1ms n desire,
as lie expresses it, "to put these
members of the assembly who call
tlioniRolve.fi friends of temperance
on record." Ho seeks to mako a
test of their eincoiity.
In his opinion m;ntiy of tliem
hive been aeluatod by political
motives in their temperance votes.
Ho thinks he can force the resolu
tion to nn issuo which the mem
btrs oon't iryoid and that they
will Imvo to go on record, one way
or tho oilier.
Mr. O'Rourko supported the
Bilges hill, granting women tho
right to vote in local option elec
tions and tho Woods soaroh nnd
seizure act, hut the othor big tein
porunco measure did not receive
hid vote, This was because he
objected to the petition feature,
Mr, O'Rourko is ono of the two
Independent representatives from
tihoil Hope Twp- Mary O.
Snoko nnd Idn II. Mathony to
Wilson A. Stnrnor; 07.2 a. in See.
Logan Joflhun Drown and wifo
to Rudolph F. Rompcl; In Lots
101 ard 102, excepting 12 feet oil'
the north side; .$2000.
Green Twp. JnmcB A. Drown
and wifo to Abraham Mohler;
108.10 n. in Lot 7, Sec. .10; $1200.
FnllH Twp. John 11. West nnd
wife to Jacob Wolf; 7.1)2 a. in Sec.
12, being n part of Lot 1, Wright
Green Twp. Oscar Dawloy and
wife to Ilattio HyHell; Fr. Lot '1,
Sec. it, containing IM n., nnd 100
a. in Fr. Lor-1, Sec. 33; .l.
Ward Twp. Hnttie and F. M.
Hysell to Oscar Dnwloy; Fr. Lot
r, Sen. 34, containing 5107 n.; $1.
I'erry Twp. Ospnr L. Darst nnd
wife to W. 1. De Havon; 8 n. nnd
11 sq. rds. in Lot 11, Sec. 20; 'nnd
10 n. in n. o. quarter of See. 20;
Denton Twp, George Lowory
to Catharine Low cry ; 157. 07 a. in
Sec. 10; l U.
Denton Twp. Geo. W. Dennis
and wife to F. M. Rose nnd wife;
12 !) n. in Sec. 18; $100.
Mnrion Twp. T. J. nnd P. M.
Sholl to Hiram Sheets 39 a. in
Sec. 11; $100.
Logan Roy R. Klcinschmidt fo
Sarah C. Williams; Inlot 707;
Millville Webster M. Deeds
and wife to C. II. Mnthins and J.
C. Stoughton; one-thitd interest
in pai t of Lots 20 nniU.21 ; $1000.
Marion Twp. William A. Smith
to Eli.abetli Ashbnugh; 102 51 a.
in Sec. H4; $230.
Logan Rhoda McLaughlin to
David Schrador; Lots 500, 507,
508 aiuFSOO; $050.
Falls Twp. Elizabeth Ash
baugh and Henry M. Smith to
Win. A. nnd Clara Smith; 00 59a.
in Sec. ; $1000.
Marion Twp. Wm. J. McLin
and wife to Henry M. Smith; 80.-
85 u. in Sec 20; $1100. ,
Gore Twp. John F. Terrell to
Anna L. Terrell ; Fr. Lots U and 8,
See. 20, containing 170 a.; $1.
Goro-Twp. James E. Terrell
and wife to Anna L. Terroll ; 00.
28 a. in Sec. 20; $1.
Denton Twp. Belinda Dres
back ot al to Durzilla and Samuel
Eveland; 80 a. in ec. 18; $350.
Starr Twp. Lovinn Egglcslon,
Esther A nnd Homer D. Day to
W. C. Flowers and wifo; Fr. -Lot
10, Sec. 10, containing .37 a'.;
Perry Twp. llonry A. Arm
strong to Durban W. Armrtrong;
30 a., being all of Fr. !Lnt 8 and
pnpt of Fr. Lot 7, Sec. 30 $1000.
Laurel Twp. Levin Lutz and
wife to Joe E. White 8 a. in Fr.
Lot 2, Sec. 10; $1000.
Ronton Twp. Leandor Amerino
and wifo to Flora Eokhart; 80 a.
in See. 21; $10.
Laurel Twp. Robert II. Dolli
son to J. E. Vorhces; Fr. Lot -1.
See., 22, containing 80 a; $1200.
Millville S. II. Mathias to
George W.'Moohl; part of Lot 32;
Lofton Ann Dray to Thomas
Drny and Amanda Frasoh ; the I
part of Out Lot 35, now platted n
Out Lot 33; by davlse.
Logan Amanda Frasoh to I, J,
Connors: Out Lot 33; $385.
Mr. William Owen Tucker wns
bom In Weft lrglnia, January
22, 1810, nnd passed away March
11, 1000, ut tho age (if 00 years, 1
month, nnd 10 dnyp.
"Ho cnmowlth his pnrcnts to.
Chin in 1832 and settled one inilo
and n hnif north of Gore. Hore
ho spent tho closing days of ' his
school life nnd prepared for tench-
In 1800 ho was married to M'ss
Prudence Johnson. To them Wore
born six ohildron flvo daughter
and ono son. One girl died in in
fancy. In 1810 his beloved wife
was laid to rest, Sho died in tho
triumph of living faith exhorting
hor friends to meet her on tho-
other shnro. .
In 1850 he was married to Isa
bello A. Wood, to thorn wero given
two daughters, Ho continued on
tho farm until late in the sixties
when ho moved to Goro and later
built n beautiful homo thcro ntid
remained until 1881 wlion lie
moved to Kansas whero ho re
mained until 1807.
In the fnll or 1800 his sneond
companion in life was romoved by
death. In the following Juno Mr.
Tucker returned to Ohio nnd has
o"vcr since lived nmong his child
ren, nnd has boon cared for by
At the ago of seventeen ho
united with the Methodist Episco
pal Churoh, nt Gore. He began
active work in the church early
i l life. Ho was active in Sunday
school, prayer meeting, nnd clasB
meeting. Ho was class loader for
forty years. Tho children wero
taught to attend the services of
the church and were led into the
Uhristinn life. Mr. Tucker wns a
roal leader, lie had plans and ener
gy, time and money for tho causo
that was dear to his honrt. No
sacrifice wns too gieat for him, if
the safdy of the community could
be advanced. To the public serv
ices nnd in tho home ho brought
encouragement und comfort. Ho
was cnroful and vory neat in hjs
personal appearance, nnd had
good tasto in building, whether n
home or n church. Ho was in
many ways n model for young and
old in every good word and work.
His later years wore clouded by
the infirmities of old age, both
mental and physical. His energy
remained far boyond his mental
Btrongtl and at times caused his
friends great anxiety, but for ono
of his years he was remarkable for
his kind, genteel ways, ancto tho
iasc no preserved mucn tnnt re
minded his fr'ends of the real
Christian gentleman of early life.
Of the seven children, who. grew
to maturity, only four nro living.
Tho only son Georgo, and Mrs. A.
T. Hnll, and Mrs. Harriot Poling
passed to the good world several
yoars ago. The remaining ones
nro Mrs, Stephen Tripp, Mrs.
Isaiah Chidester, Mrs. Amos Lin
ton and Mrs, Robort Chancy.
We are glad that tho ground
hog's tlmr is nut, for wo are get
ting tired of this kind of wenthor.
Sawlog hauling seems to bo the
order of tho day, Logs nro com
ing from all directions, nnd Mo
Cunesvlllo will soon ho filled up
with logflj such n sight makes us"
think of old times when wo used
to work In timber of the far north
Even John Rarrick litis boon haul
ing logs in, ho must expect to have
tho cago built before ho gotB the
Its too bad Marion Township's
Clerk had to go to the poor-house,
but such is life, one don't know to
what nn oi d ho will come. But
ho is n good fclloW'iuid we wit-h
Alex Huneakcr has JiiBt com
pleted IiIb course, having been np
prenliced to hlucksmllhing about
a year ago nnd is now a master
workman, tho last thing ho had to
do was to mako a Bwivel, which he
did very nicely. People haying
work of this kind to bo done
would do well to patronieo him.
His shop is loontcd one half mile
east of Slip-up.
Several from thiR vicinity at
tended qunrtorly mooting at Pleas
nnt Valloy last Sunday.
Wo understand that John Bright
of this township, Tiled Sunday
Mt. Tabor Church will bogrcnt
ly Improved with a new belfry,
walls newly papored, new chim
neys nnd inside fixtures remodeled.
Mrs. Ruff and hoirs had a sale
laBt Wednesday. Mr. Ed. Ruff
bought the homo plnco" and will
move on it next Tuesday.
John K. Miller, who bought the
Wright fnrm hi Rush Creek, will
Mr. A. P. Hoft was sworn .in
last Saturday as oiir township
clerk. He fills out the unexpired
term of C. E. Wright.
Resolutions of Respect.
Tho Hocking County Agiioult
ttral Socloty had a meeting in tho
Court House last Saturday to con
sider tho proposition of a county
fair, No "definite arrangements
were moderns tlio society is still
awaiting the auswor of the Crm-
missloners on the question, An
other meoting will ho hold Sntur
day, Mnroh 21.
Notice oi' Aiiotiitinonf,ff
aifho following resolutions of re
spect are submitted by the com
mittce appointed to draft resolu
tions on the death of Jnraea Pr'ce,
who died at the Masonic Home at
Springfield, O. v
WlioroaB it lins ploaecu A'raignKy
God theGrandArchitect of jhe
Uuiverso to remove fromoiir nifidst
Brother James Price, o"Q oy tlio
oldest lsomhere of Mirgo NV. 171
F. ik A. M., and ono who always
followed closoly tr Mastonlc pre
colpt6; he has b cabled from
labor to rofieoiiifciiti anil thus ful
fils tho destiny of nllf tho human
Thereforo bo it resolved that we
bow fn moBt humble submission to
the will of tho most High, who
has nuido this Drench in our ranks.
Resolved, Tlint In the doath of
Drothor James Price, tho family
has lcist u most a'U'ectionnto father
and the lodgo a, brother in wIiobo
lifto the virtuo of' honesty, indue
try and integrity were well exem
plified. RerWed. That our' most sinner
umluoartfolt sympathy is extond-
cdli tho family of our deceased
The Last Rose
"The Last Rose of Summer" isi
nn ovnnnf mnn Mir rtlntf ah nti1
UK lyAuwuuiuiiitiit vtut'Ji unu ir
markablo play. It" four nets 4
filled with comedy, realism rtwd
sentiment throughout, and it
tempts tho ear to fall upon tlye lip
of laughter. As a Vijhicle,fcnr the
display of tiio peculiar taont of
W. B. Patton it could Tict be ex
celled. Quaint and nrjginal in
his methods, realistic, iynd exceed
inly magnetic as Dcxtfcr Hurley a
character full of comedy and pa
thos he holds the ui'orest of tho
audience from start to finish, and
is this soason surruni'lcd with an
exceptionally , clever supporting
company. A7t the Opera House,
Tuesday, Maroji 27.
Nofteelfs to Patrons.
I hayyiort-5en kept away from my
offjcoclnsl four wpeks by my siok-
ness01111.'! inability to attend to
busjinepi. I have so recovered my
DfuJtJ) ngnin that I am back to my
Tiflloottttending to business as usu
al; poping my old friends and
ovpry body else will not forgot me
wben they need medical trontmont.
Yin G. W. Dolwsok.
Master Harold Koppo wns ' the
guest of hi cousin, Rempel Wb
son, of Columbus, for a fov days,
returning Sunday evening.
Mr. E. 1). Rlekotts was. in Jack
son, Mondny nnd Tuendny, on
business) connected with the Fire
tho Dnrr & Mills
Lumber and Sin to Co , of Zanes
ville, loft Mondn3' for n luisjneES
tour of Northern Ohio'.
Mr. Robt. Sproul, of Washing
ton, 1). C,. Car Accountant of tho
Southern Railway, was a guct of
Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Hyson, Satur
day and Sundny. Mr. A. A,
Plorce, of tho II. V. C'nr Service
Department, was also a guest at
the Depot Hoiol on snme dnys.
Tho ninny friends of Miss 'Helen
Pond, daughter of Mr. M. S. Pond,
of Somerset, formerly of Logan,
will learn with regret thntshowns
taken to St. Joseph's Hospital,
Chicago, tfn Tuesdny, for opera
tion for appendicitis. S' e wns
accompanied to Ohicugo by Miss
Frances Pond. -
The sudden death of John Par
ker, of Nolsonville, will be n shock
to his many frieiidshere. He was
n son of Albert Parker who livod.
and died near Logan. John Parker
went to Dozman, Montana, to
spend tho winter with his dnug'n-
ter. Ho died Inst Sundayyivcning
and will bo broiight-to. Nolsonville
for intorment. Fuivornl will take
plnco Friday afternoon.
Mr. Harr$ YL Rose, who has
been condjucting sales in different
points hi Ohio and Pennsylvania
for the Cleveland Moronntilo Com
pany ,returned to Logan on Tues
day mot n for a short stay. Harry
is wpl vorsod in thnt particular
liuens he belioves in plenty of
printers ink. Tho old scout re
c'&ived nuite a warm welcome from
,liis hosts orfriends. Mrs. Rose
joined her husband nt Groenville,
Ohio, where ho was located for
three weeks. They visited Day
ton, Springfield and Columbus en
Opoua House Orchestra
The Jjognn Opera House Orhes'
ttn wns formally organized Mon
day ovoning Mr. T. A. Ktcssler
whs mndc general manager, nntl
Mr, 'Jlinrles Baldwin director,
Tho orchestra will consist ou Heveu
pieces, ns follows: Lawrence
kceslor, first violin, Joe SVnlth,
second ; T. A. IvesHlerj cornet i
Oharlcis Baldwin, trcmbonc: Mini"
Florchco Wels, plntio; ChcRteia
Baldwin, trnps; nnd Bort StcdwmY
bnag viol. Mr. Stedem wnsr not
With them nt their first pmbllu
performance, whloh was i for
"Faiiflt," Tuesday night, buJt ex
pocts to bo ready to Joiiu aeon.
"There Ib somo first-class npusltial
talent in tho nhovc personnel, And
this organization should .muict n
deoply-foft want in Lngani They
playod Tuesday evoning oir ionly a
day's notice, und after onlw one
rehenrBnl( and produced vory ired-
itnhlo roRiilLs. -
Among the Churchies.
Small Farm for Sale.
Consisting of 134 noies, good
young orchnrd, well watered,
house, stable, shop and all nccos
sary out buildings. Will sell or
trade for town property. Situated
at Ewing, six miles from Logan.
Known as the T. K. Lonning prop
erty. Inquire of Warron Lanning,
License to Wed and
Filing; of Accounts.
Tuesday, March 27.
The Seasons mo9t worthy offer
ing. Engagement of Tho Peculiar
In tho seasons biggost success.
The Purely Amorban Comedy.
THE LAST ROSE
Excellent Oast. Klabornto Scenic
Kffeors. A Perfect Produc
tion iu every Respect.
n:..- ti :i m
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. JUIIN WOMZ, Admliil.
Kdliim or Joromlali l'olortau. UccooAoil.
r',eum.SforWir!M That a copy of these
i-uicr'il lumui uooKinir cuuuty, uorieuiunn: .onlnMnnc ho Di.raml .mm. t ... n
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iraicf onordB of Minco Lodiro and a oonv
n6ic burl u0 sent t0 llie LORftn Journal Ga
zette ailll DEUOOUAT-SENTINKtrund
(,iuU.i, thafc C0P,B8 bo 8ont t0 t,i0 blends
Ui. UlU UUUUUBUU.
Notice la lioroliy uiven
uccouhts niul vouoham
tti VroljatoOourt of Jlockli
trf Hf.I nnd II... .1 uultlni
w ...av , m),m. "v,,.yi,,,,
HilnhntiRlt. rtfl mlnlHtrulrki. iii
dncotte oiegft, iloweil, jtlier
euuie on for Tor liuurlne lu, ....
April A. 11. IW0 ot 10 ovr"1 i"J or ooa
tli.r oftpr a way Lie cof WUiipof
'P The Choicest ff
Varieties : : : if
Suited to this section. We
hayo an excellent stock, and
orders nro coming in now. In
telligent planters loalize the
value of our Fifty Yoars Expo,
rlenco, Call and examine.
Michael Knoda Murray City.
Juliana Potooko Botto, Mtirrny
James Glonn, Gibigc'iville.
Eftlo Cavos, South Perry.
C. A. Clark, Richwood, Ohio.
Maud Washburn, Union Furnaco.
Inventory of the estato of Henry
Myers wns roturned by Shoridnn
Myers, Exeoutor, Mnroh 17.
An order of Falo was roturned
on Maroh 14, by Edward P.
Smith, Admr., of tho estate of
Honry W. Smith, Showing sale of
ono tract of land, nppralBed at
$8500,, to Luther Smith, for $2500.
Other tracts included in "the ordar
wero not sold, for wniit of bids,
The sale of tlio first tract wns con-
Armed nnd deed wus ordered,
Tho second art fliinl account of
John E, Anderson, guardian of
Chester 1. Todd and' othors, mi
nors, was filed March 17, and bet
for hearing April 14. Tho resig
nation of tho guardian wns louder
ed, to take oifect on approval of
The niuouded first nocouut of W.
A, Williamson, exeoTitor of tho
will of W, G. Dawson, was ap
proved and Qoiiflrmed, March 17,
and ordered recorded, -
The lUet and final ocoui)fc of
Amanda Uuchanaii, Admx., of the
estate of Lucetta Cloggy whs (lied
Maroh id, and, js for iioitrlngr April
u. n. oiiunuti.
R. A. Powell Pastor.
Sunday School 0 a. m. -
Pronching 10 a. m.
Junior 2. i. m.
'Senior 0 p. m.
Preaching 7. p. m.
LUTUEUAN TIUNITV CJWUBOH.
At Lutheran TiWity Church on
North JHLVocrry St., the servioe
noxJ-y-'Sutiday will be conduced as
Sunday School at 0:30 a. m.
English Lenten eorvico 7 :00 p. m.
H. W. WALKER, Pastor.
Regular seryices Sunday, preach
ing by tho pastor, Rev. C. R. Wil
son. Wo wish to again call the
attention of our membors to tho
fact that our Church year end
March 81 and that Sunday will'bo
the last opportunity to contribute
to the benevolences of the Church.
A collection for the General As
sembly will be taken at the morn
Large Corn Growing Farm.
Tho InrEro't corn growing faira in
the Wnild is Adamis 1S.000 'icio
much neat Odcbolt, In. Ilia lOfi
men, who nie logular employe",
have just finished huking 300,000
bniliels of the cereal.
Thirty sovon double stullTcnttor
wero ufed to bind the corn in the
field lat fall. Mules w?ie employ
ed almost 'evoij'whoiH tn do the hei
vy draft work' on tho fnrm, nnd
thpie aio over 200 of those nniinals
kciit there cnnstantlv.
With the exception of n-lnrtfc
number of feeders which are pur
chased every fall no cnttlo nro rais
ed on the farm except enoimh milk
cows to keep the help supplied with
Last winter Mr. Ailatns had 0,0f0
sheep brought fiom his Worth Da
kota ranch for feeding, .nnrt it is
onnouncciLthnt tho will doit ngnin
thip winter aii soon as the present
vai;dful of cattle has been marketed,
'Ajie affairs at tho fnrm ire con
ducted with as much syMom ns any
lare huBJncss olllce in tho city.
There is n main office anil head
quarters where the manager of the
farm has his desk. It is hero that
Mr. A(lniR himself spends n Inrge
part of hTs time in summer.
Tho farm is divided Into sections
and each part is under the direction
of n sub-foremnn nnd worked by
hifl force of men.
Notice of Appointment
nntnteof Sarlma A. .Shannon, Occensed.
Tho iindorslKiiC'l lius been nppolntcil and
niinliUed .18 Administrator ot the EatHtuof
Sarlnsu A. . Shannon, lutu ofllootilm; Count
deceased. ' '
K.W. BANNER, Administrator.
Dated 'hi V2nd day of Feb, A. D 10!U.
Notice of Appointment
EfiMte of David CuntleUI, deceancd.
The un'deralened h'js been nntudninil mil
miallllrd nsKJiecntorof the Will nnd of tq
KHtiito of Kavld Ci.nlleld, lute of Hocklnc
Dated tuts fflih day of February, A. D. inoa.
, DaNIKL, OANWEL.D,
Notice of Appointment
Fstuto of I'etei' Kltisnilller, DeceaNed.
The udiTHlgrind lum bprn Hppoiiitrd and
lunlincd ns vdmliilvlriitiU ol llie Kttnti- or
1'ttter KittHtnlller, lale of Hoculnu count v,
Puled tlilfi lotb dnvor rVbrunri, A. p. IM,
Probate Notice. '
Notlco In hereby ulven that tho following
iiccoiinUaidiHihttrH have been UM In
Ilia I'roliato Oonrt iiriJooklim Coumv. Ohio,
Kor-Klrst imrllal Heltltmniil bnlllvunMin.
well Muaulluhi W M, MuKwell, bin ward
mid tlm Mine will como on for bearliiK on the
Wh day of JJnri-h, A. D. 1800 nt 10 oMooi,
n ni.oi nn Cjinu tlmreHfter nn niMybucoii.
.. .,. .. K- v Mrtin,ProVjie.lutlo.
Mr. h lpo-aw.
-Notice to Teachers.
j'Iib Board olKchool Kiamineis of Hook
lilt: County rlll meet nt thcHahonl llulldlni:
In Logan, Ohio, at !i n. m.. on the Flmt
Haturday of uiii-h month, for the rxamlnB
Hon ,of nupllcuntH tor Touclier'x Ktcmu'jliity
( ertlllciiUiH; and ;n the drt Huiurj iii
sejiteiiib(;r, Decemlier JUii'h mid .'.uni: lor
tho exiiDiliiHtloH onipllcttutH lor 'l'eabtr
IIIcIj hcl.ool and Hieoiul Critinnitts kx
iiiii'wllqHii fpr pupils delriiK tu cnir Ulu
WaroU 2J, 8w s,,, ku('te Juds'e.
Ay to I'er
t. . ,!'.N Wmiiji. V'lrta'rVyldttit
fAimu.Onto l'brdaivu IWw- t
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