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THE OHIO DEMOCR&f.
THE MO'CKINQ SENTINEL.
66th. Year, Number 17.
25 Ml Yenr, Number 36,
Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year.
LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1906.
The Only Democratic Paper in the County
orful maohino,but tits rotiromont
to privnto llfo at the ontl of his
Howovor, tlio Democrats will
wolaotno Dlok's army of spell
blndors, as It will Htrontlion the
iirguinont of inucliino politics and
bIiow unto tlio pooplo liow graft 1b
UBod to pay tlio oxponoos of a
political campaign, I'resB.
A Stranger in Town.
Twonty-ono indlottnonta were
roturnod by tlio grand Jury lust
Friday, sixteen of tho oases pre
sented having boon Ignored. The
county jail was found bj tho Jury
to bo in good condition.
Two defendants pleaded guilty
to minor offenses, on arrangement
Saturday morning and wore fined.
Two old cases against Ellsworth
Marsh, for porjury and bigamy,
ono against Clint Columbor, for
nssult, and the casus of tho Stnto
against Mary Joy and Jason
Thompson, for adultry have boon
dismissod on motion of tho Stato's
Appraisement waB confirmed in
tho partition proceedings of Bar
bara C. Englo vs J. P. Englo ot al
and an order of sale issued, Tuesday.
Divorces crrantcd during th we will witness ono of tho inoBt
past week are: Jonnie Sweeney enjoyable productions of tho cn
from Patrick Swoenov. and Delia tire season. The date of this at-
Stephen and Linton this season
liuvc placed several now enterprises
on the road, and needlesH to say
thoy aro all number ono attrac
tions, the first one our local thea
tre goors will have tho opportunity
of witnessing will bo the mirthful
musical farce comedy "A Strangor
in Town" the loading character
being assumed by Frank Beamish.
Mr. Beamish is not a stranger to
Logan people, his appearance in
that clover comedy "My Wife's
Family" last season is remembered
with pleasure by our public;
Stephen and Linton have surround
ed Mr, Beamish by a cast of all
star artists and without a doubt
Shaw from Fred Sliaw, both with
No definite calendar of assign
ments for the term has yot boon
made. Tho docket is one of tho
largest on record in the county.
Attorney's II. E. Sparnon and
H. M. Whitoraft have been ap
pointed by Judge Mnrtin to exam
ine the Ccwnty Commissioners Re
An Army of Spellbinders.
traction is Thursday, October 11.
Now in Union.
Two more added to tho list of
Union Shops, John Schempf and
Thos. Wakoly. Tho assertion in
last weeks pupur that 0. N. Bowen
tho Brunswick proprietor sold to
L. D. Lehman and was a Union
Shop is a false alarm.
En. EiimtST, Sec'y.
(adv.) J. B. I. U. of A.
Every membsr of Roosevelt's
cabinet with the exception of
Secretary Tuft, eyery Republican
United States senator, every
Republican governor in tho United
States, every prominont Repub-
llnftfT TTIAinHftr rf nnnrrnnaa . A (a
every conspicuous Republican
mayor in tho country will bo in
vited by Senator Dick, tho Repub
lican bojs, to.participate in the
Ohio campaign. Dhjk aims to
have an army of' "spellbinders in
vudo tho state and through process
of incessant rant and' the beating
of tom-toms so confuse the public
mind that the faotjbhat tho Repub
lican party is tho same old boss
cursed and boss-controlled organ
ization still, will bo forgotten.
But the plan won't work. The
people aro well awaro of the fnet
that it will requhu thousands and
thousands of dollars to conduct;
suoh a oampaign as Dick Iiuh
planned und they -know that thai
money has been stot from thorn.
y tuoso who compose what 1h to-
day known as the Dick-Fora kerf
Dick is determined tlmfc'i
state issues shall not bo discussed
in tho Ohio campaign this t'nll.
Ho knows full well what will hap
pen onco machlno politics are dis
cussed and his enreor as boss, link
ed as it is with that of thu 'notor
ious Cox and the corporatioti-own-ed
Forakor, is roviewod. There
fore tho object of IiIh plan to im
port a largo number of national
oelobrnties is only too apparent.
But as it requires no less than
two to engago in a fight, tho
Democrats will have something to
say with regard to tho issuoa onco
the campaign is on, and if thoy do
not air Boss Dick record to tho
complete satisfaction of every truo
oitlzon of tho state, then truly, thoy
aro jwc uoserving or victory. it
can bo proved beyond oven tho
shadow of a doubt that tho groat
political maohlno which boro tho
name of Cox one yoar ago and
that Cox is just as big it portion
thoreof as ho over was, In other
words, that Cox is still tho pilot
to the oraft and that Dick and
Foraker Biniply oboy his orders,
But Dok,s plan to import won
of national reputo and expond
thousands of dollars in tbe effort
to achieve victory, only serves to
reveal tho desperato straits ho is
in, He knows that his record will
not admit of a review and ho
knows that loss of the election to
his party this yoar will mens not
only the dewoUtion of hi pow.
Hondly Mount, Bon ton
nd Hazel Hone, Logan.
William D. Weltnor and
Powell, both of Rockbridge.
Boyd 0. Ridenour, Rockbridge,
and Lillio M. Jackson, Sugar
John H. Blossor, Enterprise, and
Edna M. Murphy, Logan.
Tho first and final accounts of
Victoria Phelps, Admistratrix of
the estate of Jesse H. G. Nutter,
was filed September 18 und is for
hearing Ootober 12.
Application for adjudication an
udininistrutior of tho estate of
Joseph Y. Nutter, docoasod, was
filed by Cassic Clary, Soptember
Tho last will und testament of
William lies, deceased, of FuIIb
Township, was prose nted for pro
bitto September 25, by Otto lies.
Tho matter was set for hearing
Octobor 27, at 0 o'clock a. in, und
A dooreo of salo wits granted
September 21, to Charles A En
gland, Administrator of the estate
of Abigiul Ciudoll. Tho apprais
ers appointed wore George If. Shaw
Iionry 'Primmer, and J. Wolls Tom
Tlio ordor of appraisement, ro
turnod iSoptomboi' 21, showing
proporty appraised at .220, was
confirmed .and ordor of privnto sulo
The first and final account of
Andrew Motfci'or Administrator of
the estate of Anna Swouringon,
filed September 21, is for hearing
Petition to soil an intorest in
real estate in Columbup, Ohio,
ownod by Isabella Edmiston, wa
filed by Knlplr, J. Kdniiston, guard
ian, September SI. Mutter is for
hearing September 21), nt 7 o'clock
Application f 'or record papers in
naturalization v, tub filod by James
Skully, Soptomb or 25. Testimony
waB taken, and lortifiouto of natu
On Septomber 2 20, C. V. Wright,
aa Administrator of tho estate of
Thomas Davis, .filed, tho first
and final account.. Same will be
heard Octobor 12,
Mr, and Mrs. M ichael Krumluuf
and infant; child, after visiting
Mr. Lewis Green i uid family, left
for their homo in Somerset, Mon
The city council mot Tuepday
evening and ground out u grist of
business, West Logan citizens
want a street cut through the St.
Ledger proporty, and presented n
petition to that effect. Col. Woldy
cltied the council to the fact that
one William Fields, former sani
tary policomnn, had obtained a
Judgemont against tho village for
$18.00 in Squire Murphy's court.
On motion the matter was unani
mously taken up to tho Common
PloaB Court. Fields had in a bill
of .$48.50 for burying dead dogs.
The council cut the bill to .$80.75,
eliminating tho Sunday dog funer
als from tho items. The council
insist that part of the bill 1b
fraudulent and will not stand for
it. The whole amount will be eat
up in lawyor fccB and Fields will
That long sought grado ordi
nance for Bowen Street was puBaed
and is now a law.
A bunch of bills were passed,
that would take up a wholo news
paper to print.
Assistant Night Policeman Geo.
R. Bishop was continued in serv
ice for one year at a salary of $20
per month. This from the village
with his merchant police list of
patrons makes him it fair salary.
Mr. Bishop bus been on the force
for eight years, and is a most effi
Many of the sewer problems
have been solved in the past week
by Mr. James and Iub sewerage
committee and ho so reported.
Some 80 names were handed in,
along whose property sidowulks
need repairing, and Clork Grove
was instructed to issue notices to
that effect to them.
Tho street committee wore em
powered to put in new bridge or
arch at Goose Creek on Hunter
Tho bill of Ed. Radebaugh was
cut from $151.00 to 100.00, on his
street cleaning contract, tho street
committee believing that the work
had not been done properly. Mat
ter was referred back to the com
Complete plans and specification
of tho now Electric Light system
wore turned ovor to the mayor by
Col. Weldy to be placed on file.
Mr. AmbroBo who is erecting a
largo hotel building near Worth-
ington Park, waB grunted a 00
days occupying of the alloy at tho
rear of his building sight, for tho
storing of brick and materials.
rn n 5 m
In jsv 4SSO
M till III J,f
Of Fashion's Fancies
in Ladles, Misses and
t tr 111 In
14. VI 17
K) nil our Lndy Patrons wo extend an earnesL invitation to visit our CLOAK DEPARTMENT and see
tho now stylos on display. No matter whether you aro ready to buy or not come any way.
This display is for your inspection. Our new garments are especially attractive; all the latest ideas
in fashion's realm are here, embodied and adapted tc practical, wearable und stylish garments. Fine broad
cloths, beautifully embroidered; light weight kerseys, trimmed with braids and velvet; fancy plaid and
ckeck coats, all by far the the most stylish appearing garments that have been here for many a season. AVe
mention a few oxtragood values, but tho best way is to come and see them all.
Mr. P. D. Sloan, ox-recorder of
Hooking County, who has been
living in Cannl Winchester for tho
past few yoars, hns decidod to lo
cate in Logan. Mr. Sloan will en
gage in tlio cigar business at his
old stand, in tho room recently oc
cupied by Mr. Brumcaldi, the ab
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sanderson
completed a visit with rolativos in
Logan, Saturday, nnd returned to
Pittsburgh, Mrs. J. T. Sander
sou is now making an iudofinito
visit with thorn.
Young Hyson tea, COMLY'S.
Misses Joeanua Chaney and
Nellie ICorr, of Murray City, were
guests of friends hero for several
days returning Sunday evening.
Mr, Ed. Wade, of Columbus,
spent a week with friends in the
valley, returning homo from horo
The finest coffees at any prico,
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Rose have
as their house guosts at their cozy
homo on Canal St. Miss Winifred
Clarke, of Greenville, Ohio, and
Miss Daisy East, of Anderson Ind.
They wore tho guests of Mr. and
MrB, Bert Weaver on Monday
English Breakfast tea, COM-LY'S,
Ladles no inch Coat made of fancy striped suiting's,
velvet, collar and cuffs, patch pockets; also Ladles 48 Inch
Covert Coats, collar and cull's trimmed with velvet and
soutache braids, two splendid values
at ,. j
Ladles GO In Coats of fine light, weight Kerseys in
black and castor, yoke satin lined, back and front tiini
nied with stitched bands in fancy designs, some sWth
full plaited buck, collar and cull's trimmed wilh vchet
and braids, splendid
values at - ...
$15.00 and 13.50
Ladles GO inch Coats of fancy mixed suitings in plaids
and laige checks designs, some half fitted, trimmed with
el vet and plain cloth in contrasting shades and fauc.
buttons, beautiful and stylish
Ladies 45 and fid inch Coats of Kerseys and Fancy
Mixtures, yokes satin lined, collars and cull's trimmed
with velvets and braids
$20.00, 15.00 and 10.00
$8.50 and 7.00
Ladies f0 inch Coa.s of tine light weight Keiseys,
collar and cull's trimmed with panne elet and silk
braids, yUke salinTlncd. You'll look a long time bofoie
you will find one to match It
Ladies 50 inch Coats of fine Broad Cloth, beautifully
embroldeied, laced with fancy silk braids, lined tlnough
out with line satin, in black and pearl shades: the most
$27.50 down to 16.00
Ladies 50 In Coats made or fine light weight Cheviots
and Broad Cloths in black only, full satin lined and
faced with silk biald, collar and cull's trimmed with
panne velvets and silk braids, very stylish garments and
extra good values
Misses long Coats of fancy mixtures in plaids, checks
and stripes, piettih tiimmed with velvets, braids, plain
cloths and fancy buttons, stvlish coats for the young
if" . $13.50 down to 5.00
Ladies 50 inch Coats of line light weight Kerseys In
black and castor, yoke satin lined, tiiinincd with stitched
braids, collar and culfs of panne vehets and silk braids,
at . .. ., .
The young miv, will feel proud and happy in one of
our well fitting nobby coats. The nobbj stles and
specially good values will commend themselves to een
mother. Well made of good serviceable mateiials in
plain and l'ancios. Tho styles are verv attrai-the.
fiom .. ..
$7.00 down to 2.50
In the Eleventh district Albert
Douglas, who defeated Congress
man C. H. GniRVciior for tho nom
ination, added fuel to tho (lames by
antagonizing the two senators at
the Dayton convention. More than
that he has accepted the challouge
of Judge O. W. II. Wright, the
Democratic candidate for congress
in that district, to n series of Joint
debates. Judge Wright is a better
talker than Douglas, and naturally
having the best of the argument,
his friends tiro confident that ho
will oloan up on Douglas easily.
Judgo Wright seivod on tho
Common Pious bench in the Logan
district, until he vai legis
lated out by ono of those Republi
can gerrymanders, this result be
ing only ono of several snob
schemes on the part of the Repub
lican boseuB and tho Republican
maohlno to faBton its grip upon
tho judiciary of the state, which
is a convenient thing to have, as
was ovidouced in the decision
rendored by Judgo Smith In Cin
cinnati, holding tho Drake inves
tigation committee to bo without
legal authority to inquire into the
official crookedness in Cincinnati
and Hamilton county all'airs under
tho Cox regime.
With the odda against him as
the result of that gerrymander,
Judgo Wright accepted tho Demo
cratic nomination und curried his
own county forjudge, hiloRoo
that your. Judgo Wright lost
through the adverse results in the
other counties. Col. Press.
To Defeat Douglas.
It is tho consensus of opinion
that it "behooves Charley Oros
vonor with a bohoofulness that ia
truly bohoofiug" to defeat Douglas
for congress, hut uh Judge Wright,
the Democratic candidate, is about
the most popular uiuii in the
Grosveuor District, "Old Figors"
can well ail'ord to keep hands oil'.
Among; the Churches.
V. II, OIIUKCH.
J, W. Wilms, Pastor.
Sunday School !.! 0:00 it, in.
Proaohing 10:00 u. m.
Junior Y. P. C. U. 2:00 p. m.
SouIorY, P. O. V, . . U:!10p. m.
Preaching 7:110 p. in.
J.UTlliniAN TIllNlTV OllUltOIl,
II. W. Wai,ki:u, Pastor.
At Luthorau Trinity Church on
North Mulberry St., tho service
noxt Sunday will bo conductod as
Sunduy School 0:110 a, m,
English Proaohing 10 :00 a. m,
English proaohing 2 :00 p, m,
Luthoran Trinity Churoh will
oolobrate tho 25th, anuivorsury
Sunday by conducting special
jubileo services at 10 a, in, and at
3 p, m, (Sun time). Roth serv
ices will bo conducted In tho Kn-
seyelt carried tho county by HOO'gllsh language, In tlio morning
Rev. C. A. Kuunieyer, of Lancas
ter, it former pastor of Trinity
Church, will preach the sermon
and tho present pastor will deliver
a short uddross in German. In
the afternoon service tho present
pastor will uguin occupy the pul
pit. iiti:ainTi;niAN onuncii
C. R. Wilson, Pastor.
Sunday School 0:00 n. in.
Prenohing 10:110 u. in.
Junior Hndeuvor 2:R0 p. in.
Senior Endeuyor. . . 0:00 p. in.
Preaching 7:00 p. in.
T. B. Wiutk, Pastor,
Sunday School 0:fi0 a. in.
Preaching .10:115 a. in,
Junior Louguo 2:00 p. in.
Class Meeting 0:00 p, in,
Epworth Louguo 0:00 p. in.
Preaching - 7:00 p. m.
Mrs, Mary It. Chapman, of near
Ilesboro, was found doad in. bed
Sunday night about twetvo o'clock,
having died of heart dlseaso. Mrs.
Chapman was the mother of Phil
Chapmaii, und the widow of Will
iam Chapman. Interment was
nitido at Ilesboro, after immoral
services hold there Wednesday
Mies Cora Fitzgerald Bpent a
fow days in Logan last week, re
turning Friday evening to her
home at Elk Fork,
" ' '' "IHWI p ww
Mr, Otto JiirguonsmDior und
wifo, of Columbus, , vleited. rela
tives horo this week,
1 lirillUl LliUa
Logan. John 11. Rright and
wife to John K. Lohr; In Lot f02.
Logan. John W, Wolf to Mitttle
Wolf; In Lot 073. tl.OO and other
Logan. Mattie nnd J. W. Wolf
to Mary C, Adcnck; In Lot 07il,
Falls Twp. JuuioR W. Moldrim
and wifo to William 11. Funk and
Washington Meldrim; 80 acres in
the east half of Section 21; and
28.10 acres In Fractional Lot No,
2, Section !!!$, Green Twp. $000.
Mr. John liansun, formorly a
practising attorney of Logan, died
last week at the home of his son
in Los Angeles, Mr. Hanson has
resided for some timo in Vinton,
Mr, W, A. Henderson, the well
known natural gas king of the
Hooking yalley, und Mr. George
Gladmau, of Logan, arrived at tho
Noil last evening. Tho gentlemen
are horo for the rnces. Ohio Sun,
Mr, Henry Lilts', and sister, Mrs,
Remplo, spent Sunday at the Rock
House, making the trip ia Mr,
Jl utz's automobile.