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T! DEMOeRATSENTINEL.
THE OHIO DEMOOkAT, 20th Year No 21
TUP. HOOKIKO BBHTINHL OOlhTent Ko41
LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 23, 1907.
The Outy Deaoorallo Payor In the Oanntjr
Circulation 30QO Ono Dollar Pot Year
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This Magnificent New Hostelry Is Now Ready For
Logan and the Publio.
MEETING WITH ASTONISHING SUCCESS.
One of the Most Modern
Public Reception
Announcement
S'he fflotel &fonlpio6e will 6e formally
ooened Suebdcwfo Slay StU; T 9 O'f ; tu-iUv
lullio ieceition leliu-een the hotels o
'r.SO and TO:30 P. UL
So the citi'gei7A 0 SBogan and vicinity
le exteixd a mo&t heci'lty wzvitatiorb to
he fried end.
zJfo. and ,ttl&. c. $. &fi?ilio6e.
As announced above, the New
Ambrose Hotel will be formally
thrown open to the publio next
Tuesday evening. At that time
it will be complete in till ltd up
partments and a public reception
is given by Mr. and Sirs. Ambrose
who are justly rioud of their "new
home" us aio their many friends
and the community at large.
They have been compelled to oc
cupy the building since May 1, to
accommodate their ' patrons, but
now the big and handsome new
hostelry will bo formally dedi
cated and consecrated to tho pub
lio need.
That tho hotel is a model in
every detuil is attested by the in
flux of tho lravoling putrons, who
"stay hero" now luther than get
out of town us soon as possible be
cause of the here- to-foro dirth of
pleasant quarters and pleasing ac
comodations. The "New Ambrose" contains
fifty looms, forty two of whioh
uro guests uppurtmente, Six of
these are equipped with private
bath. The looms aro most taste
fully deooruted, und furnished
with the ull new patems of iron
beds and oak furniture. The hulls
are frescoed in soft shades, und
till gives of uppearnuco f an ele
gant home. Knell fioor is perfect
ed with the sanitury conveniences
aud Bhower bath,
On the second iloor of the build
ing to the corner front is the pur
ler, opening oil" tho largo hall.
The rooms on this Iloor uro oer
ttilnly model in every appointment.
To (ho south of tho building and
facing tho Park, aro tlie "homo"
rooms of Mr. ami Mrs. Ambrose
und family. They occupy very
cozy quarters, with private dining
room.
The first fioor of the building is
HOTEL
OPEN FORMALLY
Hotels in Southern Ohio.
Tuesday, May 2th.
given to the lobby, dining-room,
bar and culinary department. The
lobby, or office, is the cornel room,
tile iloor, -and most handsomely
decorated and furnished. The
dining-room, with stationary side
boards -and china closets, is a
model" in every wav, aud the land
lord does notneed commendation
on the preparation and service of
meals. Thercis none better.
Off the lobby, is the bar, oper
ated by Hr.TideHouston'and the
fixtures in this rest room uie most
gorgeous. Side board decoiated
with out glass and all furniture in
rich mahogany.
In the basement is a smoking
room, or "don," that is a happy
solution oi mo joyroom pro"'""'
1... ., .1 , ..!...
for tho traveling man. It is thor
oughly homo-like and comfortable.
Two business rooms on tho first
tloor, fucing Muin street, aio oc
oupied by the 13, D. Rloketts ton
soiial pailar and the John Ucker
mout murket. Their rooms and lo
cations aro certainly tho host.
Tho New Ambrose Hotel is lo
cated on Main street aud Worth
ing Purk, aud is ono of the hand
somest structures, both exterior
and interior, in Southern Ohio. It
1b built of the Union Furnace
speckle gray Norman briak. Mr.
Hurry Ambiose, the proprietor, do
serves the everlasting grutitudo of
our peoplo for his enterprise und
big undertaking in his home town.
Not n mau, woman or child hut
wishes him unbouudod success.
Since 1852 it has been the lives
of the ancestors of Harry Ambrose
und fifteen years of his own life,
r(rrnt in unnninmnrlnHtwr tn
7 ii in i .i t7 ii
traveling public in tho Hocking!
ii An r.i i.i . , i
Valley, Old Christian H.
propilotor of the Tulmage House (
at Lancaster, was grandfather to
Harry Ambrose, and the years
of the best days of his father,
Harry Ainbroso ar., wore given to
."feeding and housing the" wonry
Jruvolor."
This "Now Ambrose" is the
crowning venture in the eifoits of
all these years in tho family, nud
the young landlord Is proud of his
achievement and would bo proud
to usher his ancestors through
this magnificent hotel, and show
thorn tho spirit of perfect attain
ment that lias coursed the veins
of their progeny.
Tho public, as Mr. and Mrs.
Ambrosd have heiein bid, are
welcomo to their now "homo" all
tho tiino, and on Tuesday night
next will bo foimnlly received.
Wo cortninly congratulate Land
lord Ambrose on his niagnificont
and modern achievement, and up
on his being possessed of so
charming wife and family. In
turn they are indeed fortunate to
bo in tho home with so progressive
and model husband and father.
Rev. Buckland at Diocese
Convention in Cincin
nati. The Rector of St. Paul's Chinch
returned homo last Friday from
attending the Convention at Cin
cinnati. Tho leverend gentleman
reports a very largo attendance of
about 500 delegates from all parts
of the diocese.
The Bishop iu his charge re
ported very favorably with regaid
to the work in Logan, and said in
part the day was not fur distant
when Logan would possess a
church not to bo-ashamed of. The
two wardens, Robert Burden and
Mr. T. Allen, were not able to be
present on account of business. It
is expected that the Bishop will
soon make another visit to confirm
a large class of candidates.
It is with great pleasure that
the Demoorat-Sentinei, realizes
the success of the little church
-around the corner.
Frank Braddock, Dead.
The body of Frank Braddook
was shipped from tho Athens
Hospital, wheie he died the day
before. His funeral will tako
j plaoe from tho homo of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Braddock to
day. Tho deceaeed had boen con
fined to this hospital for some
months, and was subject to heart
trouble, and sot toning of tho
brain.
Common Pleas Court.
Jndgo Reeves held court in Lo
gan this morning, nud decided the
ouso of Winner vs Statu, that the
case should bo returned to the
Muyor of Logan for uew trial.
Some judgements wero also
taken during this session.
Mr. J. A. Stiers litis touted the
room in the Rumpel building, next
to Herb Ilea' saloon, uniUwill open
u shoo store,
Inspector W, K Muhuit'y, of
the Stnto Buieuu of Accounting, is
working on tho jounty books cov
ering u period of four years.
WANTED Woman and girl to
, b ,
wush on three daysof eaoh week.
Momllty) TlieBU1y tta mAay
Wugoe U 25 per duv euoh.
Star Laundry. Logan,
Chan H, Sing, Proprietor,
NELSONViLLE
RETIRES.
Logan Takes the Sister City
to a Irimming.
A GOOD GAME.
WelSton Contest With Lo
gan Next Sunday.
For the fourth "timo, in two sea
sons, Logan defeated Nelsonvillu
on tho local grounds by tho score
of 5 to 1.
Nolsonville determined to beat
Logan in this game, had tho best
team it has over put on the field
against Logan. Ponnybaker and
Buttorworth were tho battery for
tho visitors, and Manager Shorr
selected his best battery, Smithers
and Canty, to work for Logan.
The game was a pitchers battle,
in which Smithers proved the
strongest, whilo Pennybaker weak
ened toward the last of the game
and Logan batted in three runs in
tho eighth inning, all earned.
Logan's other two runs were the
result of Adams' and Benny bak
er's error coupled with Webb's
terrific three base hit over Anders'
head.
Nelsonville's only run was the
result of Kelly's error, who mis
judged Buttervvorth's hit and it
went for a two-bagger, which
scored Kyre.
The features of the game were
catches by Jones, Beck, Buntz and
Webb and the timely hitting of
Webb and Jones. Jones' two
base hit in the eighth scoring
Webb, who was hit , by a pitched
ball, and Shannon, who singled
previously.
Logan ab
Webb, If 8
Buntz, ss. ... 4
Beck, 2b 3
Jones, 8b ... 2
Shannon, lb. . 3
it
ro
1
4
1
3
0
0
7
0
2
27
A
0
2
2
5
0
0
0
8
0
12
A
0
1
0
o
1
0
3
0
i
11
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
5
n
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Wakely,
cf . 3
i
Canty, c. . . .
Smithers, p.
3
Kelly, rf 3
Total 28
Nolsonville . . .ah
Gray, rf 5
Kyre, ss 4
Anders, cf ... 5
B' worth, c. . . . 4
ii ro
3 1
2 0
0
10
2
0
2
0
0
21
M. Lyons, 3b. . 4
I J. I.vnns. If . . . 1
. -j , -- . . .
West, 2b 1'
Adams, lb ... 4
P'baker, p. . . , 1
Totnl 38.
Earned runs; Logan, 3.
Two base hits; Jones.
Tlireo base hit; Webb.
Stolon bases; Kyre, Arid
ers,
West, Adams.
Doublo plays; Smithers
Buntz to Shannon, M. Lyons
to
to
Adams.
Saoriiioo hits; Beck, Shannon
und Wakoly.
Base on balls; OiF Pennybakor,
o
Struck out; By Smithers, 0. By
Ponnybaker, 11.
Hit by pitched ball; Butter
worth, Webb.
Time; 1 hour, 1& minutes.
Umpire; Shorr and Canty.
Attendance 850,
THE NEXT NAME,
Tho Wellston team plays
next Hunduy, Muy 20th.
litre
Notice
The Logan Matineo and driving
club, will hold a meeting on Mon
duy evening, May 27th at tho oity
building, for the purpose of mak
ing arrangements for tho matinee
races. All members of the club
will be present if convenient. Wo
ulso wish to sollot as many new
members as possible, the more the
morrler, Tho first raco meeting
will bo held on Friday, June 7th.
Everybody invited.
Thomas Price, Preb,
S. S, Rome, Seo,
County Sunday School
Convention.
Tho sixteonth minimi convention
of tho Hocking County Sunday
School Association was held in the
Logan Presbyterian church on last
Wednesday and Tlnirsduy. Some
of tho townships wore well repro
SPiited in the convention, but oth
ors wero not represented at all, It
is to be regretted that every school
in the county did not send dele,
gates, as tho inspiration and in
struction received in this conven
tion would have cortninly been of
groat benefit to tho schools.
As fat as tho papers und ad
dresses are concerned, tho county
bus never hud a better convention.
At tho opening session on Wednes
day evening, tho principal address
was deliveied by Dr. Joseph Clark,
tho stato secretary.
This was a splendid address on
tho question of popular amuso
ments, as it relates to tho Sunday
school teacher.
The first address on Thursday
morning was by Mrs. Ida Ma
thias. Her subject was "The
Cradle Roll." The U. B church
of Logan, has been doing good
work along this lino and Mrs. Ma
thias spoke on the subject from
experience.
Mrs. T. B. White spoke on the
"Need of Temperance Touching
in the Sunday-school" and W. S.
Stone, on, "The Value of Pledge
Signing. We have seldom heard
more interesting talks on this
great question than these twi.
At 10:39 Dr. Clark gave n
general talk on various .hazes of
the work. Following this ad
dress the committee on nomina
tions was announced and the con
vention adjourned.
The afternoon session began at
one o'clock and Mrs. C. R. Wilson
gave a fine paper on the subject
of'Missions and the Sunday
school" and Miss Muble McSherrj'
on ''The Bible as Literature."
These papers wero both interest
ing and instructive and added
much to the profit of tho couven
tion. After these adressess the session
was changed to u business ouc for
a short time and the report of the
nominating committeo was leceiv
ed and tho ofllceis for the unsuiug
year wero elected. Delegates
wore elected to the state conven
tion at Mansfield next month.
First and final account of Sheri
dan Myers, executor of estato of
Honry Myers, deceased, filed May
21, for hearing June 22,
An instrument in writing pur
porting to be the la3t will and
testament of Joseph Deible, late
of Gieen township, deceased.
Filed May 23, upplioation for pio
bate made by widow. Motion to
next of kin ordered, Set for hear
ing June 1.
Application for lunacy made for
Frank GnlFney. Matter heaid and
defendant discharged.
MARRIAUU MOENSKS.
Lewis Sines, nged 23 years, oc
oupation, clerk, rosidence, New
Straitsville, son of P. It. Sines,
mother's maiden name was Min
nie Uruuu, maite application on
Muy 31, for license to marry Miss
Anna France, aged 20, yeais, resi
dence, Sand Run, daughter of
Isaao Franco. Expected Rev,
White to solemnize marriage,
License, Granted.
James Poling, aged 21 years,
rosidonco, Logan, occupation,
brnkeman, sou of Alfiod Poling,
mother's maiden name, Mury
Kontner, mndo application on May
20, for license to marry C'utherlne
Kirsoh, uged 17 yours, residence,
Logan, duughter of Churjes
Kirsoh, mothor'a maiden name,
Clara Allen, Expected D, II.
Luppon to solemnize murijage,
License granted,
PROBATE
COURT NEWS
ROAD IMPROVEMENT THAT
MEANS MUCH TO L06AN
County
Commissioners
Vote to
SPECIFICATIONS APPLIED FOR AT ONCE
Worthy Action on the Part of Public Officials for
Benefit of Community.
On Saturday last tho County
Commissionois and Trustees of
Falls und Gieen Townships met in
joint session, and favorably con
sumated a proposition that next
to the rail-road shops, means more
to Logan and vicinity than any
public improvement enacted in re
cent years. The Logan Cluy Pro
duct Co. have vust cluy mines
north of Ligan that will furnish
clay sufficient to operate their
plant in this town for 30 yeais,
but each year they have been com
pelled to shut down the plant
from two to three months because
the county load leading past then
mines and through to Gieendale
becomes impassable, because of
the mud. The peoplo of Logan,
with Mr. Pfeiirer, operatoi ot that
plant, have striven for some time
to secure the improvement of that
loud so that traffic in clay could
be had the year around. The
uuthoiities, county and township,
could not get together on the pio
position, not until at their joint
meeting Saturday could a conclu
Memorial Day Exercises
May 30th'. 1907..
PRO .ram
Officer of the day W. S. Larimer
Master of Ceremonies
S. H. Bright
11ECKPTION COMMITTEE.
Samuel St. Cluir, S. H. Bright
and W. N. McDonald.
The decoration of graves at 9
u. m. standuid by school children.
Will form at G. A. 11. H ill and
march to Cemetery preceded by
band.
Formation of parade for after
noon exeeiees at G. A. It. Hall at
1 p. m. standaid.
1 Band
2 Filing Squad.
3 U. It. Krights St. John.
1 Woman's Relief Corps.
5 Ladies Auxiliary S. of V.
0 Sons ot Veterans.
7 J. K. Rochester Post G. A. R.
8 Visiting Soldiers and sailors.
Spanish Amoric.a and Phillipino
VeteiuiiB.
The piocession will move west
on Main stioet to inteieoction of
Gallagher avenue, countermarch
to Mniket street, then North on
Market to G. A. R. circle, whore
Memorial Services will be held by
Post nnd Coips, then back to
Presbvterlau Chuioh where the
following services will be held.
Music Mule Quarteto
Invocation- Rev. C. It Wilson
Solo .. J- B. Dulhsuti
Lincolns Gettysburg Addiess
II. R. Harrington
Solo, "The Veteruns Lust
Song," Mrs. G.C, Weltzol
Mouioriul Address . .
.. Hon. Thos. 13. Powell
Solo . Miss Ruth Biooko
America
Benediofon
KQV.WillleU.il
ham) program ron niE uai.
OAUIUIN HIM. iUJvP.
March, "GloViu". F. II, Losey
Overture, "Grnnd National"
.F. II. Losey
Mai oh, t'Olymplu Hippod
i onio
Alexander
Overtme, "Siuceilty"
liniiiuul
lMEKMla&IOK
Miuch, "Mnjeetio" F, A, Myois
A Duy In the CottonHold
Smith and Jublln
Medley Overture, 'Remieks
Hits" J, Bodewalto Lauipe
March, "Belford Carnival"
. Alexander
Star Spangled Bunner.. ..
Band undei direction of Prof.
Wenvor,
and Township Trustees
Build Road.
sion be reached.
Tho trustees of the townships
thereupon agteed to furnish tho
grading nnd tho county build the
road. The County Suneyor was
instructed to make pluns and spec
ifications for the road improve
ment, and the worlj will be'pushed
at once. The entire board, C. C.
Nelson, Eli Pattou and A. Van
sickle, ot Greon, were present, and
Joe Stroupe and Josh Brown, of
Fulls Board, and the entire Board
of County Commissioners Wey
mueller, Stewait and West, were
present, all voting "yes."
This road will also be the found
ing of a connection between Logan
and tho big bnckplunt and Green
dale and bring much business to
tins town, when it is finally put
thiough to that plant. The Board
of Trade and business men ate re
jocing nt the acting of the officials
und commend them in putting foi
waid so maiked and useful lm
ptovement that meuns bo much to
Logan.
School Affairs.
TEACHERS' MEEItXG, SATURDAY, MAT
25rn, 1 i 3i.
PROGRAMME.
Song.
,Pltino Solo
Nellie Allen
Itev "Willis
Cornelia all
Pools Pop and
U. Wilson, O.-.U.
Vocal Solo
Addiois, "Two Southum
Luuiicr," 1'iof. II.
Piano Duet .Mat Iiovs en niul Nolllo Alien
Vocal Solo . . Ilutli lirooUu
Adilu"33, l)i S. 1) Tec, Pies. AntlocliColleBO
Piano Holo Ooldle Mai tin
Hong.
All tho teuchers of Hocking
County ure requested to be pres
ent at this meeting.
Sl'MOIt CI. V3S CONTEST, MAY 17, 1907.
Pluno Duetto ijul Vle
Jl.Josunhlne Wrlglit and Mnyiparnon
Oiatlon Oui American Lanretto
Hiwyn Jainei
Oiatlon Out UneioviieU Queen
M. JoseiJhlno Wright
Plnno Duette Valo ISilllliuito
i:dua Krleuol nud Ueitha Quito
Oiatlon ThuKtndeigai den Movement
111 anc hu ainlner
Ointton Our New Commonwealth
llnri Lut2
Oiatlon Tho Gieat Amoilcnn Fraud
Ethel Martin
Plauo Duetto Our rsojs
.Ilutli Swetmej and Ruth Aimstrong
Oration The Natuial In Our Nntlvo
Laud Agatha Fox
Oration Cmlcntiiro Call Brown
Oiatlon Tho Llttlo Mother May Spnrnon
Pl'ino Duetto La Fnnmre dud Dingons
.hu K, Bow on nnd Nellie Allen
Fuiiu Tho t'nrloi Cai uy W D iiowelU
Cast.
MUs I.ucy CliiUnnltli M. Josephine Wright
Mi Allen Itlohaids Tied Wuinei
Poi 101 GeoigoBchwenKe
Oouduttoi . . Wood liowen
Preachod in Episcopal
Mission.
Tho Venerable Aich-deacon
Mackenzie, D. D., ot Columbus,
visited the Mission lust Sunday
evening, und wus vory pleased to
gee the congregation in u home ot
thoii own. The levoiond gentle
man pieaehed an eloquent nud
practical sermon from the gospel
of the day Whit-Sunday and
also announced that Dr. Cox of
Mo Arthur, will ho the preucher
next Sunduy evening, Mny 2(5.
Tho Ladles of the W, R. C. ure
ouinostly requested to be present
tit tho regulnr meeting Suturdoy
night. HusinesB of very great im
pel tance tho urruuglng for Mem
oi iu! Sabbath and Decoration
Day, M, N. Parsons, Press Cor,
Prolmto Notloo
Notice U huieby ghuti tlmt tho follow Inn
Ateoinus nwil Vouclioidlimo been tiled In
tho l'lolinloCpurlof Hocking County,Olilo,
(or Hut nud lluul settlement, Shoilciuii
Mei. Kxeyulnr of tho Kdlute (I Honiv
ill oik, ut'i.Ga$iu,uni tuo bamu win come on
lor lieiuliigon llieW divyof judo, A.l), )W7,
in 10 o'clock It. Ill ,01
us toon thereafter iu
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