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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
I'lMlMHIMM) KVKKY TltUIISDAY MOItNlNC).
Tho Loqan Printing and Publishing Co-
Vittaiii C. Lowuv,
II. G. IIansiol,
.T. IJ. Dor.LisoN,
OlTICEf In Dolllson Block, South Door.
Entered nt tho Postolllco In Logan,
Class Mall Matter.
Ohio, as Second
Thursday August, 16, 1006.
W- J. BRYAN,
The Next President of the United States.
Ox Saturday afternoon last, pursuant to
call the Democrat Central Committee of
Hocking county met in the court room for
the purpose of fixing time of Primary
election, arrange for delegates to the
several conventions. The Central Com
mitteeman present were: Eli Watts of
Benton, Adam Poling of Falls, D. V.
Thurneas, J. N. SUtzer, Ed. Angle, and W. A.
Henderson of Logan, J. E. Barron of Good Hope,
W. L. Achauer of Green, A. L. O'Neill of Starr, C.
H. King of Ward, W. II. Ilankiuson of Washington,
Peter Dupler of Ward, W. II. Burgess of Gore, W.
P. Miller of Starr, Marion Bell of Laurel and W. J.
Scholl of Marion.
On motion of A. L. O'Neill, the first Saturday of
September, being the first d iy of the month was
fixed us the time to hold tho county primarj', and
from 2 o'clock p. ra. to 0 o'clock p. m. being the
hours fixed for holding the primary.
Chairman Henderson win authorized to appoint
a committee of three to assess candidates to hold
primary election. Chair appointed Edgar Angle,
J. N, Slatzer and D. V. Thurness, and same com
mittee of three were appointed to make a primary
call and fix the places of holding the primary in
the various precincts.
Saturday, September 8th, was fixed as
fight Against graft and bossiem which he began and
stood for in 1005.
Chairman appointed committee of tliroo to select
state delegates : E, B. Allen, Chas. Beck and J.
Chairman also appointed committee of three to
soleot Common Pleas Court and Circuit Court dele
gates: Appointed. It. E. Simmon, John C.
and John McBroom.
While waiting for the committees to report, J. R
Dollison introduced the following resolution which
was cnthuastically adopted:
liKsor.VKl that the Democracy of old Hocking in
mass convention assembled, raise tho Bryan Hag for
1008, and in that year will roll up our Rood vote for
this matchless loader of America's common people,
and that our delegates to tho stato convention bo in
structed to assist in tho indorsement of William
Jennings Bryan as Democracy's candidate for Presi
dent of United States in 1008.
The committee on stute dolegatcs reported tho
following names which were approved: John Con
nors, JohnC. Stoughton, N. W. Hankinson, John E.
Canty, Geo. H. Bishop and W. A. Henderson;
Alternates: Win. Wauer, John Conkle, Edgar
Anglo, John Smith, J. W. Schaal and J. B. Itiason.
Senator Lowry presontcd a resolution to tho ef
fect that tho delegates to the stato convention give
oyo and aid singly to tho end that lend no vantago
to any faction of the party, but avoid all dissention.
1 hereby announce my unmn tor tlio nom-
Inntlon of lnflrmnry Director of Hocking
County t tho Democratic primary election
Wp announce tho name ot Judgo O, W.
il Wright, of Hocking County, ns a can-
Pettlt tl',mt" ,,0'orn ""' Democratic convention
or i;ongrcsiuinu in inn r.iuvonui ijhuici
for ratification of the nominees inude at ihe primary.
There being no further business the committee
Ox Saturday afternoon a Democratic M tss
Convention was called in the Court Room
with W. A. Henderson elected as chair
man and Edg-ir Angle as Secretary.
Judge Reeves was endorsed by the follow
ing resolution introduced by Judge
Ri.'soi.vbd by the Democracy of Hocking, County,
Ohio, in mass convention assembled, that we take
the greatest pleasure and pride in endorsing the
official and private character of that distinguished
jurist, John G. Reeves. He has made a most effici
ent, honest, industrious and learned Judge; and
has administered justice without fear or favor to all.
His retirement from the bench would be a distinct
lo3S to the people of this- district. His re-election
would afford to all concerned a pure and impartial
administration of the law. Wo condemn tho ger
rymader of the old district, and call upon all the
people of tho now district, regardless of party to
aid in his triumphant re-eleotion. Tho delegates
from tho county are hereby instructed to vote at all
times for his nomination in tho coming convention,
and we ask tho Domocarcy of the district to join with
us. in his unanimous election.
Judge Reeves responded happilv to tho endorse
ment, and thanked the conrnitteo for the courtesy
extended. He bolievod that though this district
had been twistod o it of shape, the people will rise
up and condemn such legislation by electing a
Mr. Chas. King of Ward, introduced tho follow
ing resolution, which was unanimously carried ;
Wheiuus, tho Demooraoy of Hooking has stood
by the guns in the campaigns for congressman from
the 11th district of Ohio, and has not presented hor
claims for a candidate in congressional honors,
Tiieukfokk, tho Democracy of Hooking County
in mass convention assembled, present to the Con
gressional Convention of the 11th Congressional
District tho name of Hon. O. W, II. Wright as her
candidate for congress, und we delegate to Judge
Wright the preyelego to select Hocking's delegates
to such convention.
Judge Wright responded in oloquence to the ef
fect of accepting the honor bestowed, and hoped for
his ultimate nomination and election.
Senator Lowry urose and with eloquent eulogy
read the following relolution :
HuBotvEw by the Demooraoy of Hocking County
Jn muss convention assembled, that we deplore the
death of Governor John M, Paulson at the thres.
nom or his olllelul labors which have assurance of
the Buppre8sion of graft and bosaism and the rost)r
ation of the people to place and power Jn the coiin
sels of the Btate; tlmt in his death not only the
Democrutjo purty but the people of the stute as well
have suetuinedu great loss and the cause of otvio
Tin: JHETtNCr of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of Hocking on last Saturday was in marked
contrast in point of one man dictation to that ef the
Republican committee of some weeks ago. There
wns no filling up the vacancies just because a com
mitteeman should happen to be absent from the
meeting. There wns not dictatorship that bossed
every motion and every resolution. There was no
perpetuating themselves for two year terms. Tho
Democratic Central Committee were an assemblego
ot tree uorn, tree Americans, witli but the best in
terests of the county at heart. No squabble, no
snarl, no back-bitting. Every man there was
os tull as the other, and his advice went as far.
The delegates to the state convention were not a
slated few about town, but were a good representa
tion from all over the county. They were tinin
structed except to use their every influence against
factions and bossism und dictation in the state con
vention. They will represent the party at that
convention, not any one man, or set of men. They
will do what they think is right, and not what
some would-be boss at their elbow should
dictate to them. Each of their votes will count us
much as the next man to them. Each will be cast
as a full grown man, an Amoricau, and not as the
pimp or puppet of a self-constituted boss. They
arc men of iron and. not of putty. They will blaze
their own way through the forest for the up
lifting of mankind, and along the lines of honor
and purity laid down by W. J. Bryan and Gover
this spring by Hollls Johnson, the
author nnd would-be benefloinry of
tho riipor bill, by which two
Democratic Judges were gerry
mandered out of office and a third
Judgeship erentedt Hie euemies
are now attempting to give him
Vinton County wont for Patti
son by 10 last fall, tho first time
it has been carried for tho head of
the ticket since 1802. Prospects
are that Johnson, for Judge, will
Wo nro nutliorl7Pil to announeo tliojinmo loSO tllO COUnty Ulld thattllO DoillO-
ofJ.K. llnrron, of Good Hopo Township, ns ' crftt8 WJH 0leot the COUllty ticket,
n cnmllclnta for Commissioner ot Hocking
County, subject to the Democratic primary.
COUNTY TIlHAMf Ilt'lt.
Klltor tilpiion niinonnrn tho nitron of
Jew WiUnhrfel usn candlilitto for Comity
Tremurer. Hnhject to
Hut DtMiiaornllo 1'ri
Democratic Primary Election.
Invkstih.vtion! Condemnation! Incarceration I
Three steps in recent Republican office holding, that
seems to tell the story of the strides in these days
of corruption in high places, nnd our own neighbor,
Athens, seems now to be under the search light.
There is such a halo of political rottenness that
hovers around that city, that it is no wonder it is
imbibed by the fellows around, nnd worked out to
their own angrandisement. It seems that it Is also
in Athens that corruption is so glaring, that the
honest men in high places there, are prompted to
tighten the strings of usage and law to force the
crooked to go straight. A few years ago, one
Aaron Price, Hocking born, but representative of
Athens county, introduced and secured through the
legislature our present state accountant system
which investigates all accounts of office holders at
least once a year. Mr. Price was no doubt prompt
ed to his propo3el law by his personal knowledge of
the skulduggery of hn own bailuwick. So-be-it the
first person to suffer by his proposed law was his old
time politicul friend Winfield Scott, deputy auditor
of Athens county. The state accountant discovered
a shortage of $00,000 in county affairs at Athens,
and iinslly pinned a boquet of $1000 of it most posi
tively upon the lapel of Deputy Auditor Scott, his
having colleoted that amount that ho did not turn
in. Scott was indicted for embezzlement, convloted
und sent to tho penitentiury for seven years. Such
to tho credit of Mr. Price's accountant law that
will make tho next fellow a little shy of wrong doing.
While our Frank Rochester, also Hooking born, was
Stewart of the Athens Asylum, ho established the
only system fair in tho purchasing management of
such state institution?; the "competitive system."
He Baved the state thousands of dollars each year,
and treated every wholesale house alike and gave
them all a "square deal." His system wus a rove-
lation in tho management of state institutions, nnd
and made it hard for his successors whom wanted to
"graft" a little. One of hi sucoiBsors is the pro
sent incumbent, Jerry Carponter, a Republican of
the Dick brand, A comparison of how eeomonloal
iiuiiiv ituuiiDni inn mat uiBuiuuon, ana now ex
travigant Jerry Carpenter runs it, brought on an
"investigation," and the now inspector, Frank
Rochester, is sent to Athens to investigate Carpon
ter. His report hnB not beon made publlo as yet,
nut enougn is Known to give color to the rumor,
that Carpenter has not followed the "competitive
Bystem" so honestly established by Rochester, but
1b said to have used the "graft system" and given
contracts to the fellow that would do the most for
him at any prico. It is the same old etoryj graft,
graft. They learn much of it in Athens, where the
the "trl-umvirute" hold sway, and in AthenB rise
up the men to punish the grafter, for they see and
Pursuant to a resolution of tho
Democratic Central Committee of
Hocking County, Ohio, adopted at a
meeting of said committee held on
the 11th day of August, 1900, the
Democratic Primary election for said
county will be hold on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, i, 1906,
between tho hours of 2 o'clock p. m.
and 0 o'clock p. in. of said day
(standard time) for the purpose of
nominating one candidate for eacli of
the following olllees to-wit:
One County Central Committeeman
for each of the precincts of said
County to be elected by the Demo
cratic Electors of the respective pre
cincts. Said Primary election will be held
under the rules and regulations here
in provided but not under the laws
relating to Primary election In Ohio.
Said primary election shall be held
at the usual voting places in the sev
eral precincts of said County except
that Falls precinct and the Village
of Logan shall constitute one voting
precinct with the voting place at the
Court House in said Alllage, the
Democratic electors of the 1st, 2nd
and 3rd precincts of Green Township
shall hold their primary ab the usual
voting place In said 1st precinct; the
Democratic Electors of Starr shall
hold its primary at Union Furnace;
the Democratic Electors of Perry
Township shall hold its primary at
Laurelvllle; and the Democratic
Electors of Blatchford, Jobs, Murray
City and Coulgate shall hold its pri
mary at Murray City; and Sand Run,
Carbonhill and Monday precincts shall
constitute one voting precinct with
polling place at Carbonhill.
The Central Committeeman of each
precinct shall appoint a supervisor
and one clerk for his precinct who
shall have control of the primary
election in that precinct, except
where two or more precincts are
united with one voting place, then
the central committeeman of the pie
cincts so united shall select one sup
ervisor and one clerk for such joint
voting precinct. In all joint precincts
the central committemen thereof
shall furnish ballot boxes for each
of the precincts composing such joint
voting places and the electors from
the respective precincts thereof shall
cast their ballpts in the respective
ballot boxes provided for them.
Candidates for County olllees must
announce their names at least ten
days prior to the day of the primary
election in order to get their names
on the ticket.
The several supervisors will make
due return of the vote cast In their
respective precincts to the county
central committee at Logan, Ohio,
not later than 1 o'clock p. 111. on Sat
urday, September 8, 1900.
W. A. HENDERSON,
EDGAR ANGLE, Ciiaiuman.
At the Opera House, Week
Beginning Aug. 20.
Ladies' Free Night. Every lady
purchasing a reserved scat ticket be
fore (1 p. m. on Monday evening shall
be entitled to a complementary tick,
et, which admits 2' persons on one
paid ticket. This holds good for
Monday night only, to witness the
opening play, "A SOLDIER'S
SWEETHEART." A comedy drama
In 4 acts by Jos. II. Slater. Beauti
ful I Unstinted Songs. Refined and
pleasing specialties between acts.
A Tribute to the Cow.
Square Deal Candidates.
know its evils,
(Murray City Nows.)
John F. White and his ring nre
using considerable deplomaoy in
this campaign. They are insisting
on Square Dealers .coming out for
office. There are several rousonB
for this policy 1st, such a move,
will draw Square Deal support to
the ticket, 2nd, it will make Square
Deal candidates play into John's
hands themselves and their support.
nru. it win give .ionn a ohanco
to laugh no matter what way the
election goes, If it goes against
the Republicans, John will suy
the Square Dealers wont baok on
their own men. If itgoeB in favor
of tho Republicans, John will say
I" John F. White gained a great
victory in spite of the Square
Dealers. Politicians are "Hunting
for gore, 'round somebody's door,"
Square Deulors, think twice before
you run for office this fall,
reform an able, consistent and courageous oham
pion; that It la our duty and purpose to continue the
Lew Beiwaiu). tho Democratic wlzzard and Imas
of Hamilton county politics, was yeaterdoy comple
tely routed from his strong hold, and now ho and
Ross Cox are, numbered among the "has-beens, " For
many years Bernard has been the whole show in
Hamilton. He would stand up In state conventions
and cast 70 votes, for whom he pleased, almost con-
irpiing any nomination, jnow he la a dead one,
will not eit with Hamilton's delegation this vear
t Demooraoy Is further taking herielf ton cleaning, nation for Common Ple Judge' deiorib,
McArthur, Ohio, August
Vinton County Republicans
enguged in an exciting contest for
the control of tho party organiza
tion. The organization, led by O.
B, Vollenwelder, ie being vigor
ously assailed by the "anti-gang"
forces under Judge Coultrap and
others. The primaries are Bet for
next Friday, August 10, Vollen.
welder was defeated for the nonii
Grand and noble Unite ! Of all
the animal friends of man sho is
the greatest! To her wc owe the
most. Examine into all the differ
ent channels of our commerce into
which she enters and note the re
sult should she be blotted out. A
Sunday stillness would then per
vade the grout stock yards indus
tries of our largo cities, und grass
would grow in our streets. Fifty
per cent., at least, of the trains of
freight that now plow the conti
nent from ocean to ocean would be
side tracked, for then there would
be nothing for them to do. Fifty
per cent, of the laborers would
draw no pay on Saturday night.
Our tableB would be bare of the
greatest luxuries with which they
are now covered. Oh I You who
would abuse the cow, I wish that
I could, as you are about to sit
down to your noonday meal, slip
up and remove from your table
what the old cow has placed there
on. I'd take the cup of milk that's
waiting by the baby's chair; I'd
take the cream, the cheese, tho
butter, the oust' d pie, the cream
biscuits, the steuk, the smoking
roast of beef, and leave you to
make a meal of potatoes, beets,
pickles and toothp;cks.
It's the self-same cow that has
made the western plains to blos
som (financiully) like the
and were it not for HER
would revert to the Indians
whence, they came.
None others like the
Thore is not a thing from nose to
tail but that is utilized for the use
of man. We use her horns to
comb our hair, her skin is upon
our feet, her hair keeps our plas
ter upon our walls, hor hoofs make
glue, hor tail makes soup, she
gives our milk, our croam, our
cheese and our butter, and her
llesh is the great meat of our na
tion ; hor blood is used to make
our sugar white, her bones are
ground to fertilize our soil and
oven her paunch she herself has
put through the first chemical
procoss necessary for tho produc
tion of the best white cardboard
paper, and now they hnvo discov
ered that such paper can be made
into the finest quality of fulse
No other animal works for man
both day and night. By day she
gathers food and when we are
asleep at night she brings it back
to roohew and convert it into all
tht things of which I speak,
She hue gone with man from
Plymouth Rook to the setting sun I
It was Ior sons that turned the
first sod In the settlor's clearing;
it was her sons that drew the
prairie sohoonor tor the sturdy
pioneers, as inch by inch they
fought to prove that "Westward
tho star of empire takes its way,"
and the old cow grazed along be
hind, and .when the day's work
was done she camo and gave the
milk to ill! the inothor'o broast to
feed the suokling babe that was,
porohuuee, to become the future
ruler of his oountry. Who eays
that muoh of what we are we do
not owe to man's best friend, the
cow J Treat her kindly, gently,
for without her, words fall me to
Btowker and Hamms Fertalizers.
Best fertalizer for ihe moner made
Thomas Grain Drills.
Thomas Disk Harrows.
Birdsell Farm Wagons.
New Method and Favorite Gas
Pride Royal Coal Ranges.
Aras Cream Seperators.
Full Line Builders Hardware, Doors
Sash, Paints, Oils.
Democratic State Convention.
Pursuant to the order of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee, no
tice Is hereby given that the conven
tion of the Democrats of the state of
Ohio, to nominate candidates for state
olllees, to be voted for at the Novem
ber election, 100(1, will be held at Col
umbus, Ohio, on
Tuesday and Wednesday,
August 21 and 22, 190G.
Each county will be entitled to one
delegate and one alternate for each
500 votescasb for JohnM. Pattison for
Governor of Ohio, at the November
election, 1JI05, and one additional dele
gate and alternate for the remainder
of votes exceeding two hundred and
fifty. The prescribed number of dele
gates to this convention shall be elect
ed through primaries, delegate con
ventions, or mass conventions held In
the county for the holding of which
at least ten days' notice shall have
been previously given designating the
time and place for tho holding of such
primaries and conventions, and called
by the controlling committee of the
party in such counties. No County
Central or Executive Committee shall
have power to name delegates to the
The delegations will meet by dis
tricts at 2 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday,
August 21, at such places as may be
designated by the Committee on Ar
rangements, for the purpose of select
ing one member of each of the follow
ing committees: State Central Com
mittee; Resolutions, Credentials,
Rules and Order of Business, Perma
nent Organization, Vice Presldent,and
Secretary. All of such committees
will meet at places to be designed by
the Committee on Arrangements at 4
o'clock p. m. of the same day. The
conAentlon will be called to order in
the Franklin County Memorial Hall
on East Broad street at 7:30 o'clock p.
m. on Tuesday, August 21. The tem
porary officers will be: Chairman,
Judge B. F. McCann, ot Montgomery;
Secretary, Price Russell, of Wayne,
and Sergeant-at-Anns, BerbS. Bartloiv
of Butler. At such convention candi
datesshall be named for the following
olllees: Secretary of State, Dairy and
Food Commissioner, Commissioner of
Common Schools and Member of Board
of Public Works. Tho apportionment
of delegates and alternates In the con
vention shall be as follows:
Counties - Del.
Logan ... ....0
Adams .... (1
Clinton . f
Cuyahoga . ..1)7
Delaware ... .7
Franklin - .41
to a very great extent. The
fairest akin will roughen, the
whitest teeth turn yellow, and
the most luxuriant hair fall out,
You cannot overlook your toi
let if you would become beautiful
or retain your beauty. More
over you must use only the pur
est and best toilet helps poor
toilet preparations are worse
We can supply you with pure,
fresh and wholesome toilet goods
of every description. We nro
convinced of the superiority of
REXALL Toilet Preparations
for we know their ingredients.
REXALL TOILET CREAM
will keep the akin clean, soft and
fair, giving a beautiful com
plexion. REXALL TOOTH
POWDER insures pearly teeth,
kills all germs and sweetens the
breath. REXALL "93" HAIR
TONIC preserves the hair full,
long and silky, free from dan
druff. Sold with the Rexall
F. S. CASE,
The Rexall Druggist,
Notlco Is hereby given that tlio following
AccouiitH nnU Vouchers hnvo hoen nted In
the Probate Court or liookingCounty, Ohio,
for Jlrst mul nunl settlement, Hiram G,
Lama, Jr., Into guardian of HI nun G, Utina,
fr, iiiow deceased,) ulld tho snnie will i-oinu
on for hearing on tho 7, clay or tho 8opti-in-hor,
A. 1). HUM, nt 10 o'clocx a. m., or as soon
thurenftor as may bo convenient.
K. V. MARTIN-.
August in, 3-w l'robnte Jmlgo
Gallia '. ... 4
Geauga.. 11 Sandusky
ureono u bcioco
Guernsey. .. .7
Highland . ...8
Tuscarawas . . .13
Union . . 5
A'an Wert 8
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL
FRANK HARPER, Chairman.
HENRY I. Buoll, Acting Sec'y.
Dairyman Driven Insane.
Toledo, 0., Aug. 15. Prank J. Lud
wig of Ludwig Bros., Toledo dairyman,
was driven Insane because of wony
over tho report of Milk Inspector Wil
liam Schurtz. In Schurtss's report 10
emaciated cnttlo wore chnrged to Luck
wlgs dairy, which waa aftcrwar.l
found erroneous. Lurtwig worried con
stantly ovor the error and tho loss (.i
business occasioned by it, au.l la splto
of the corrections made by tlio news
papers a physician declared him ufnicl
ed with aeuto dementia. Application
was made for a hearing in insanity.
Farmer Could Throw.
Woostor, O., Aug. 15, An unknown
young mau said to bo a roaldant of.
Cleveland, was hurt badly about tha
head, east of this city. Ho wns one of
four in an nutomobllo. As tliey sped
along tlio road one of tho party throw
an empty boor bottle nt Kansnn Smith,
farmer. Smith caught tliu butlm und
hurled It back at the purty, striking
one of thonr on tho head and cutting
a groat gash. Tho party stopped at
a farm hoaso nnd secured cloths to
tlo tlio Injured man's head, but lofus
ed to glvo his namo.
Stoubonvlllo, O., Aug. 15. Standing
within ton foot of Tony Mario, 50, as
he sat on a door step at .Mingo Junc
tion, 0 Tonny Basso poured flvif buN
lets Into tho body of Marro, who died
in u short time, Bubso, with tlia
empty revolver, lcept friends of Mario
at bay till ho escaped. Tlio men had
been ttissellng playfully nnd Marro
struck Basso with a piece of coke,
cutting his cheek.
Notice li hereby Riven that the followtnt
Account und Voucher have beon filed In
the Probata Court of Hooking County, Ohio
forflrt and Dual neuluurmt, Mury Alice
Frauds, Administratrix or the estate o)
John FrauoM, deciHd, and tho same Mill
come ou for uearln:t ou the 7. duy of Bep
tember.A. n.JWW.at lOo'clooka. m., or at
soon therouf ter as way be convenient.
Auguit 18, a-w . Probata Judge 1
Youngstown, O., Aug, 15, W, h. Ne
vlllo, a nioldor, was killed und Michael
Uurch, a laborer, hurt by tho breaking
of a crano at a local steol mill, Wil
liam Ilouz, a millwright at a hoop
works, was caught In a revolving shaft
and (lushed to death,
Feii From Train.
Lima, 0 Aug. 15. Daniel Sullivan,
43, a contractor claiming Munclo, Ind.,
ua his homo, missed hla footing whllo
boarding a passenger train here en
route to a brother In Mlamlshurg. He
was lustuntly killed and horribly
Ate Canned Salmon.
Lancaster, O., Aug, 15. Mrs. Jo.
hanna Connors, 04, was seized with
cramps shortly after euting canned
salmon nud died soon arterward, Hor
four children and hor Husband met
Ylplont tjeatba within tho last 15
bwte '.:-Aiti -'Win,jfc,