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TflE OHIO DEMOCRAT,
25th. Year, Number 48.
THE HOCKINCI SENTINEL
66th. Year, Number 26.
Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year.
LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1906.
The Only Democratic Paper In the County
I DEAR FRIEND, SUBSCRIBER
Kindly observe on the label in tbe mnrgin of
this paper the date when your subscription ex
pires. Tf you are bnok on subscription you
would do us n favor to, oomo -in and pay some.
We need the money.
1 THE DEMOCRATVSENTINEL
BjirrT 1 n
The regular BPsIon of tlio vil
lago council was presided over,
Tuesday evening, by Mr. Angle,
ProBident, in the .tbBenco of Mayor
Dollison All the members wore
The ordinance providing for the
abolition of the Board of Health
On Tuosdny afternoon from two
to four littlo Ruth Irene Kriflh
bauni ontortained a number of her
little friends with a birthday
party, tho littlo lady not boing
four years old till February, but
on account of tho extromo cold
weather at that time her mamma
planned a party for her previous.
The uftornoon was spent in child
ish play after which Mrs. Krish
baurn served tho little ones with a
dainty lunch consisting of ico
cream, fruit and candy. Those
presont were: Kenly and Dorothy
and vesting its powers in a Health
Officer was finally submitted. The Nello Smith, Margaret Thomas,
discussion of this matter was am- Kenneth Wright, Violofc Brehni,
matod, the difference of opinion Locke Gage, Josephine Judy, Mary
being confined mostly to the ques- Shanley, Faith Radobaueh. Harjld
tion of salary. This was finally
fixed at $200 per year, and tho
nioasuro was adopted. City Solic
itor Pettit, in his private capacity
as a citizen, addressed tho council
on the Bubjcet of tho advisability
of this action, and protestod Hint
the record of the Board of Health
showed as few errors as that of
tho council itself. Tbe ordinance
appears in this issue.
Residents of Riverdale present
ed a protest against the grading
that has boendono in the Woldy
Addition, The potition set forth
that tho cuts wore so deep as to
Tender the place fleriously liable to
overflow from tho river. No ac
tion was taken in tho matter.
Mr. Simeon Brown, representing
residonts of the Bowon Addition,
brought up tho question of im
proving that part of town. This
businoss is already in tho hands of
the proper committee, and will bo
taken up at once.
Complaints wore received that
in various parts of the city tho
street lights are not kept in proper
condition, and are out sometimes
for two nights together, No
definite action was takeu.
On motion of Lanning tho com
mittee on Btreet lighting was em
powered to advertise for bids for
street lighting. Tho present con
tract of Tho Citizens' Electric
Light Company terminates Juno
23, 1008, nnd it is thought expe
dient to take timo by the forelouk.
Authority was conferred on Col.
Weldy to negotiate tho sale of tho
oity fire engine. Its original cost
was .$4500, and tho machine has
been used scarcely at all.
James, Gladdcs and Jcnuess Bow
on, Mabel Brown, Mary Thurness
and hostess. Littlo Ruth received
a number of handsome little gifts.
The accidental discharge of a
revolver by David Koblo, in Joe
Brooker's place, Saturday night,
shattered a handsome glass screen
and gave a narrow escape to
several customers who wore in the
room at tho timo. Mr. Koble was
arrested and gavo bond for his appearance.
Ohio Prohibitionists, who had
to potition to get on the Australian
ballot at the recent election, polled
a sufficient number of votes in No
vember to entitle them to a place
on the ballot next .your without
going to that trouble.
The Prohibs cast only a few
short of 12,000 votes, which equals
one-tenth of per cent, ovon on a
full vote. Tho Socialists polled a
total of 18,482 votos, which gives
them a long load ovai tho other
parties, and indicate the growth
of Socialism in the state.
The total vote of tho state, as
shown by the official returns, was
only 812,268, wheh wns about 300,
000 short of the full vote of tho
state, making due allowance for
the natural increase in tho voting
population, and 219,000 short of
the voto of 1000, when the total
Tho Committee from tho Board
of Trade, composed of D. V.
ThilrneHs, F. M. MoKay, JnmeB
Bebout, Fred Weymuoller and
J. B. Dollison vlBlted Columbus,
Tuesday, In the intorost of se
curing the labor train over tho
Hocking Vnlloy Ry. from Lognn
Tho committoes wero cordially
recoived by Messrs. Stipt. M. S.
Connors and Gen. Pass. Agt. W.
H. Fishor of tho railroad and
President Caoklemucker, of tho
C. n. CfcO Co. that are building
tho brick plant at that point.
Abouttwo hours wore taken in bus
iness discussion of tho merits of
tho proposed train, resulting in a
promise on tho part of tho rail
road officials that thoy would put
on a train on thirty-days trial at
auy timo suggested by the Board
of Trado of Logan ; this board now
to make an effort to ascertain how
many persons would regularly ride
on tho train. It will leave Logan
at 5:80 in the morning and re
turn at 0:30 in tho evening. Tho
committee in looking over Logan
took notice of 40 uvailablo houses
that can be rented and accomoda
tions for 200 laborers for boarding.
The out-look is good. It moans
much for Logan, Let everybody
push tho proosition along.
The Warning Bell.
Qlvlna Bynoptls of Ohio Happening,
Mayor Johnson Alleges Libel,
Cleveland, 0 Nov. 28.-Mayor Tom
L, Joluinon has Med milt for $800,000
damugea In a libel suit against the
Clovelnnd Electric Itnllway company.
The cuho Is bused ou nn editorial fiom
the Clrlcugo Journal printed by the
railway company lu an advertisement
In throo CJevelnnd papers. The Chi
cago Journal was sued by Jobuaou in
Chicago tor $100,000. In this adver
tisement the Clevelund Kleetfld com.
pauy, quoting the Chicago Journal,
printed that "A three cent fare rail'
load is au ImpoHulble proportion lu
the United States" and it calls' Mayor
Johnson "The Fat Casuist of Cleve
land" nnd "That Adroit Adventui'ar."
Handcuffed, but Escaped,
Limn, 0., Nov. 28. Wandering:
somewhere lu tho northern part of
Indiana, his hands manacled in the
latest Impi overt linndcuffs, Is Glenn
Wntfion, who was turned over to
South Mllford authorities by tho au
thorltles here. Watson was arrested
on grand latcony chargo and escorted
to the state lino. Ou the excuse oC
wanting a breath of (reel) air hu wan
was gi anted pei mission to stand a mo
ment on the car platform. In a flash
ho leaped from the tialn, which was
going 40 miles an hour, and escaped,
handcuffs and all.
Miss Elizabeth Rompel is
guest of Columbus friends.
Miss Bessie Slatzor left yoster
day for n visit with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanderson,
of Washington C. II., wero guests
of J. T. Sanderson and family last
COW! You want ono of tho
best in tho state, giviug near four
gallons riohest of milk per day,
Steve Stiers bus her and invitos
prospective buyers to come, stay
over night, eoo lior milked, lend
liar away next morning, lie lives
near Haydenville, or address him
R. D. No. 2, Box 12, Nelsonville.
Also Bell Phono,
The south bound morning train,
Sunday, was held lit Sugar Clrove
for about two houis by an accident
to tho engine, An engine sent up
from Logan brought tho train
Elder and Mrs, Dovore, of Vin
ton, are guests a few-days of their
daughter Mrs, J, B, Dollison,
Ghrlstujas approacioa. Call
and look at tho stock ut the fi and
10 cent store,
Mr. Charles Ralph Staroher and
Miss Ilattie Tntsoh, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Triteoh,
woro quietly married Mondnv
evonlng at eight o'clock. Rev.
Wilson, of tho Presbyterian
Ohiiroh, performed tho ceremony
at the parsonage. The young
couple will make their home with
tho brido'B parents, on Front
Street. They have the congratu
lations of their many friends.
Mr, and Mrs, II. R. Harrington
entertained the Twice Five Club,
Monday evening, An interesting
discussion of "The Supernatural"
was opened by Judge Wright and
Mr. Lewis Green, Supper was
served after tho close of tho dis
cussion, Social Club
Onoo u year at Thanksgiving
timo the Social Club of Logan have
a big turkey stippor, and invito
tneir husbands. That annual oc
casion was pulled off at the home
of Mr, and Mrs, J, B, Dollison, on
The Heights, Tuesday eyoning.
A most sumptuous turkey supper
was served at 7 o'clock,
At tho Opera House Monday
night last Gordon tfc Bennet pre
sented their famous play, "The
Warning Bell," to a good house.
The general concensus of opinion
of thoBe attending was to tho ef
fect that this was among the best
plays on tho Logan stage in years.
They were first class people and
were supported by grand scenic
Big bargains in Christmas
presents at the 5 and 10 cent store.
Mr. Charles J. Wright has pur
chased und takon charge of tho
feed store of Mr. E. B. Allen.
Commissioner Fred Weymuoller
and wife spent Sunday with
relatives in Nelsonville.
Miss Ethel Losoy, of Columbus,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Will
Miss Grace Taylor, of Lancas
ter, is visiting tho family of P. C.
Mrs. Daisy Watkms-Forguson
visited Athens frionds several
days laBt weok.
Tho Thimblo and Art Club mot
Tuesday afternoon at tho homo of
Mrs, John Strontz.
Mesdames J. F. Walkor and
J. IV Ellison Fpontlnat Friday in
Miss Edna Meldrlm is spending
Thanksgiving in Lancaster with
F, M, Thurness and family,
Mr. Georgo Finney, of Columbus,
is making a yisit with Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs, J. S. Radebaugh and Mrs.
Seth Parker, of Lancustor, are
guests of Mr. Ed Radobaugh and
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Magoon, Miss
Ruth Magoon, and Miss McGulro
wore Sunday guests of friends in
Mr. and Mrs, Will Lytlo ontor
tained a few friends, Mouday
evening, in celebration of thoir
fifth wedding annivisary.
Miss Stolla Murphy and Miss
Boss Llnvillo, of Lancaster, are
guests of Charles J, Wright and
A black mare belonging to J. C.
Morgan became frightened while
hitched in front of Bort'p, last
Friday, and suooeeded in throwing
herself, breaking one shaft to
splinters, Timely aid prevented
Columbus, O , Nov. 28. The flpmclxl
law applying to Cuyahoga county and
providing that the commissioners
there may extend tho time for the
payment of taxes from Dec. 20 to Jan.
20 and June 20 to July 20, was de
clared unconstitutional by the state
supiome couit. The decision was
made in the case of J. P. Madlgan,
treasurer of Cuyahoga county, against
th stato ox rel. Fred G. Beyers. Tho
Cuyahoga courts sustained the com
mlssloueis, hut the supreme court re
reruoil the lower courts.
Columbus, O., Nov. 28. Information
from sources iu both Columbus nnd
Clovelaud leached Juvenile Judge
Samuel L. Black of this city that there
Is a regular trafllc in young girls of
thesa cities by keepers of resorts.
who act In conjunction with ono an
other. A Cleveland official stated:
"When gbls of the Forest City are
put on probation by tho Cleveland au
thorities thoy arc often transferred by
the keepers of houses to Columbus,
and the Columbus women In turn re.
turn the compliment."
Former Appleyard Manager.
Columbiis, O., Nov- 28. Newsviras
recoived heie that Bichard Emory,
former manager of the Appleyard
syndicate lines of electric rnilioads.
with headquarters in this city, dlttd
suddenly in San Jos Cal. Mr. Emory
had not been ill and bis death was a
shock to his friends. At the timo of
his death he was manager of the San
Joso electric streetcar lines. Mr.
Emmy came to Columbus from De
troit in 1902, and was manager of tho
Appleyard llne3 for two years.
Sidney, O., Nov. 28. As Edward
Moyer, son of George Moyer, lu the
wester ir purt of the county, was re
turning from hauling a load ot hay to
Plquu, his tearrr became unmanagea
ble and he was thrown off the wagon,
n wheel pa&slrrg over his neck, break
ing It and lllirrg trim instantly, when
within u short distance of his home.
Four Miners Caught.
Caldwell, O . Nov. 23. Mason Dyer.
Ileury Boud, Eugene liutchlrrs and
Ernest Smith, employed iu Imperial
ooal mlno at Hellevalley, three mlle3
from here, were horribly burned by the
explosion of a 2r-pouud Keg of powder
The exploding powder, which was In
a very small room In the mine, set
tire to tho men's clothing.
Father Admits Unnatural Crime.
Wooster. O., Nov. 2S. Charlos Ed
ward Brown, u blacksmith of Orrvillo.
aged CI, was atrested here, charged
with criminal Intimacy with his 18-year-old
daughtPi Nettle, and Ire at
onco corifosi(-d. Brown's confession
was a heinous revelation to the oill
clnls. His uu'i'o was held to the grand
Woman Fatally Burned,
Sandusky, 0 Nov 2S. A pateut
polish puichased from a peddler ex
ploded whllo Mis, James Miller, 70, a
widow residing near Bloomlngvlllo,
was brushing up her kitchen stovo In
which there were a few hot coals,
Mrs. Millor's clothing tool; file and
uhe waa fatally burned.
Struck On the Head,
Kenton, O., Nov. 28. B. F. Wolllng
ford, a pi eminent contractor, whllo
standing near a house that was being
moved, was struck on tho head with
a ladder which fell from the roof nnd
his skull fractuied. His injury Is con
STRENTZ & LAPPEN'S
Special Holiday Sale
iVlens Handkerchiefs on 4r 1
Thursday, December OlIi
Just received a great assortment of MENS HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEFS
bought under the regular price and will bo sold according'. On the above date
only can they bo bought at tho prices mentioned below.
15 doen Plain White Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs, 10c value on Thuisday only at
20 doen Neat Fancy Bordeis, 10c values,
on Thursday only at
.TT dozen Plain White Hemstitched, worth
15c, on this date at
10c or 3 for 25c.
15 dozen White Japoneltc Hemstitched,'
15c quality, this sale at
10c or 3 for 25c.
20 dozen Fancy Border Handkerchiefs,
this date only at
10c or 3 for 25c.
25 dozen Fine White Hemstitched, regular
15 quality at
10c or 3 for 25c.
10 dozen Fine White Hemstitched Initial
Handkerchiefs, 25c value at
17c or 3 for 50c.
20 dozen White Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, pure lilsh Linen, 2,"c value at
15c or 2 for 25c.
20 dozen White Hemstitched pure Irish
Linen, leduced for this wile lo
25 dozen Extra Fine Quality, J'uip Linen,
regular 35c qualities, on Thuisday at
White Silk Handkeichiels,
this sale only at
a dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiels, a
special value at
10 dozen Finest Quality White Hemstitched
regular 50c quality, puie Linen at
10 dozen Ladies Kimona Handkerchiefs on
Thursday only at
SEE OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY
Gloves, Mufflers, Neckwear, Hosiery, Bath Robes,
Smoking Jackets, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Night Robes,
Pajamas, in fact all that is good in Mens and Boy's Wear.
Strentz & Lappe
Messrs, J, P. Rochester and T,
N. Stiers are agents for a little
furnace that is a practical success,
It is sold at tho low price of
and guaranteed to do tho Work,
Inquire of them and get a circular
that will describe tho whole outfit.
It Is ft wonder,
CharleH TO. Lytle, 30,
Frances B. Pond, 27, both of Lo
gi'". JamcB P. Clark, 25, of FnirCold
County, and Sarah J. Lindeey, 10,
Arn Byors, 21, of Cleveland, and
Josephine Fras-.ee, 18, of Murray
Charles Ralph Starchor, 21, and
Hattie K. Tritsoh, 21, both of Lo
gan. Tho final account of Belle Kern
Smith, as uuardian of Robert S.
C. Kern, late her minor ward, uow
of full age, was filed Nov. 27.
Application for appointment as
guardian of Alice Shoarburn, of
Marion Township, was filed Nov.
20, by C. K. Wright. Bond wns
ordered in tho sum of $100, and
Declination of appointment as
administrator of tho estate of Jesse
Lindsey was filed by the widow
and next of kin in favor of Frauds
A, Lindsey, Nov. 24. Applica
tion was filed ou same date by said
Frunois A. Lindsey to be appoint
ed as such administrator. Tho
appointment was ordered, with
bond of $1500, and the matter con
tinued, Application for appointment as
administratrix of the estate of
Henry J. Azbell, deceased, was
filed iiy Mary J, Assbell, widow,
Nov. 26, Bond was fixed at $800
and matter continued.
Irene Culbertion, in notion
i against G, Michael CulbortHon,
applied, Nov. 20, for an Injunction
to restrain the doiendunt from in
terfering with a lease held by
plaintiff, and with her peacoable
possession. A temporary restrain
ing order was granted, ponding
the hearing of the matter iu the
Court of Common Plene.
Among the Churches.
, V. II. CUOHC1I.
J. W. Willis, Pustor.
Sunday School ,9:00 a. in.
Prenohing 10:00 a. m.
Junior Y. P. C. U 2:00 p. in.
Senior Y. P. C. U 0:00 p. in.
Preaching 7:00 p. m.
Prayer M. Wednesday.. 7:00 p. m.
LUTHERAN THliUTr CUUltCU,
II. W. Walkeh, Pastor.
At Lutheran Trinity Church on
North Mulberry St., the service
noxt Sunday will bo conducted as
Sunday School 0:210 a. m.
English Preaching 7 :00 a. m.
C. R. Wilson, Pastor,
Sunday School 0:00 a. m.
Preaching -10:30 a. iu,
Junior TOndeavor 2:80 p. in.
Senior Endeavor 0:00 p. m,
Preaching.. - ,.7:00 p. m.
T. 13, Wiutk, Pastor.
Sunday School 0:00 a.m.
Prenohing .10:15 a. m.
Junior League 2:00 p, m.
Class Meeting 0:00 p, in.
Epworth League 0:00 p. in,
Mrs. Ed Myer was given a
pleasant .aurprse party, Monday
evening, by tho Maccabees. She
was aldo presented with a
Mr, and Mrs, Harry Ktrker and
daughters are Thanksgiving guests
of. relatives in LUtle Hooking,
TO TAX PAYERS.
Under Section 1001 If taxes
are not paid as required, viz: by
December 20th., and tho last half
by Juno 20th., tho I'ounty Treas
urer SHALL proceed to collect tho
samo by distress, or otherwise, to
gether with a penalty of 5 pei
centum, on the amount of tho
taxes so delinquent. And if taxes
are not paid by December 20th,,
1000, tho property will bo immedi
ately advertised foi sale and sold
for delinquent taxes on third
Tuesday in January 1007. Tho
penalty on such delinquency is 15
per oent. This law will bo
STRICTLY REGARDED. Avoid
PENALTY JJY PAVING ON OR
BEFORE DECEMBER 20th.,
TllEASURKB HoOKIJfO COUNTV.
Scalded at Briok Plant
Daniel Struble, employed at tho
plant of Tho Logan Uriel: Mnfg.
Co,, met with a painful accident
early Monday morning. About
half an hour after work had start
ed, Mr, Struble, in passing through
the machine room ut the old plant,
slipped and fell into a vat of hi)t
water formed by condensation of
exhaust steam. There was about
three feet of water in the vat at
tho timo, owing to tho clogging of
a valve, and tho scalding iluld
reuohed nearly to his waist. At
first it appeared that hie injuries
would be fatal, but later reports
are more enonuruging. Mr. Str
blo is married nnd bus u largo
h n& 4afe