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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 October 1908

ffr rlpifriiirpi-r',fr wn ? "jwHMr" fW((r r fljpsjpr T " mjgwiM'yftyry nfs- ",TvVf L I r' imwniiiiiiiiiniw i miiiwmwwww t.M(lHMII I I.4M-WWMJ I I SytjC3i Where you want II When you want II h'i"!n!,()(.oJcvt?g'l0 Wo smoke B;jr kkkVL nttM , witin in some PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) to the room you want to heal suitable for any room in the house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing smoke or smell turn the wick as high as you can or as low as you like brass font holds 4 quarts of oil that flives out nlowinn ished in japan and anywhere. Every The UQaytoUmp la Ait lamn lor trie aludcnt or ruJer. It olvea a brilliant. tltjJv liaM that makci iluJy a pleasure. Madeol brasi, nickel plated anJ equipped willi the latest improved central dralt burner. Every lamp warranted. II you cannot obtain the Perlection Oil Healer or Kayo Lamp from your dealer write to our nearest agency lor descriptive circular. STANDARD Oil. COMPANY (Incorporated) iminniwnv If I...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 October 1908

t "to rr- itjjr'"' Sfffilffyy u ' vt m tfciiiit i wtiniuii W.aami LOCAL NEWS Court will convene nn Monday of next woik. Mrs. Hariy Ambrose spoilt Tiles day in Columbus, l-B ..I.. fcl-p i Mrs, Sllverlhnrno Is cjiiiie ill luce I a-1. Sunday Hoy 0 iuity 1m confined In Ilia home with it cold. Mr, and Mm. Tom Huberts spent Sunday In ColumbiiB. Mr. H. Q Waason, of L'olumbiiB, was in Logan, Sunday. Air Mel Kohb of Nelson vllle, was in Login, Wednesday. HnuHted freah every day. Pea nuts at S. 0. Hodsot.. Mr. 0. D. Carter, of Starr, wus in Loyait, last Saturday. Mr. L. Payne, of Orlaiid, was in LogAn last Thursday. Buy your pea nuts of S. (J. Hud son, tile peanut man. Mr. John White was u Lan caster visitor Wednesday. Mis, J. P. Harden will entertain with flinch, Friday evening. Mrs. W. .). Diltz was u visitor to McArtlmr, last Monday. Mrs. Jacob Poremau visited rela tives ut McArihur last week. Mr. Charles Breene in visiting his parents at Titusville, Perm. Mrs. Barsha Work is visiting rela...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

PiwWnf'f' sp1- Hocking County Fair andRaces, October 21, 22, 23 and 24 DBMOeRA T-SENTINEL. fi TflP. OHIO IIIIMOORAT. 27th YtarNirtl LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. The Only DemoortlePpr In th Oonnt OltonUtlon 3000 One DolUf Pir Yit THIS IbltlKlNU HCH'l'INnii (mtU-an No 12 ' TT'WWWSW1''; THE hP Ll n ( R ,i v r ELECTIONS SATUUDAY, BKl'l'KMIlRH 20, MOB. MEIGS OOUNTY Voted out 22 saloons, by a county tnujuity of 820. Pomeroy, the opunty neat, wnt U!U wet. WARREN COUN PY Voted out 21 saloons, by u oounty majority of 129. Lebanon, county sent, vol Ml dry hy 43, MONDAY, SKl'TKMIIKIt 28, 1DI1R. MARION COUNTY Voted out 48 saloons, by ti (iiiunty mn jnrlty of 125H. Murion, the county eeat, dry by J1B5 MORROW COUNTY Voted out 8 saloons, by a o unity majority of 2185. Mt. Gilead, the conn ty seat, dry hy 2(1. TDE3UAY, SKl'TEMIJRIl 20, 1908. SCIOTO COUNTY Voted out 55 saloons, hy county uii jority of 281. Portsmouth went 142 wet. HOCKING COUNTY Voted out 28 saloons, hy cou...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

i J)!VfjH .- w-"i;WWJV,?W"- 3iW?"w,w"!1P!FI9'f'!tJ'' is r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. poBt.tsiten cvicny TininsuAY murnInu. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOIHllHATKIl) PUHUkIIK.U.S VtHOIl. l'. I.UWHY, I'ltPHIIIKNT II. (J. tlAMHKl., MRUItkTAIlY J. II, Dul.LIMONi Kill TO II Chas, 11, Hki'k A nil i, Ktn ion A Manaiikh OFKlOfis-lu DnllMiin llluok, Hon Hi Door Entered ns Heoouil dlns MiUlnr lUs'iilmr I 1WW, nt Hid I'uit odii'o ut l.tirfiiu, Ohio, iiiulrr Act nfruiiKi't44ut Mi-li :t, IS7. Thursday, Oct 8, 1908, Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TIOKKT For I'lesident WII.MAM J. HltVAS of Nebraska. Kor Vive President JOHN W. KRU.N of Indiana. STATE For Governor JUDSON HARMON of HamllUn. For Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Portag For Supramo Judges HUGH T. MATHER of Shelby. GEORGE B. OKEY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. For Treaiurer of State D. 8. CREAMER of Bilmont For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOQ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

it '.""rprTSjRPWI f)SliSK4fcW w - -? i hi iwwhhiMiWW ninnma wim. ifimDiriffciini'i i in n't' m nini in J"555555S!w!5n55IS' -.v. iTwmrww I'VfeflMMMMVV ' MONUMENT TO AMCRlCAN ENIEiWH Picture In your mind's eye If you can an Industry utilizing over 1,000,000 square feet of floor space. This Is the cpmblned area of the enormous ENDICOTT-JOHNSON CO,, shoo plant at Endlcott, N. Y. which Is the largest ot Its hind In the World. It Is maBnlfkerit-stupendous-onc of the seven wonders ol the Industrial world. This wondertm organization with its .tiousands of employes Is llko a great city In Itself, and If a man should walk over every fciniaro foot of the floor space ho would have to travel a distance of 190 miles, requiring nearly a week to accomplish It. This great plant Is a monument to Amer ican push and enterprise and a living exam ple of what can bo accomplished In tho In dustrial and commercial fields by well direc ted energy and legitimate and straight-forward business methods. Mr. II. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

!-ill mm p M bm H t wr THERE IS NOTHING In which delay Is so dangerous as In Kye Trouble. When you consider that you can tfet along fairly well without any sense except sight, you will understand how Impoitant It 13 to take no chances with your eyes. OUR Business is to Tell You When You Need Glasses F. S. CASE Jeweler and Optician Dr. J. E. Kessler Graduate Optician In Charge LOUAN, OHIO LOCAL NEWS Mr. Albert JleB spent Sunday at Creola. Mr. F. M. McKay is at Spring field on business. Miss Mary Shrader spent Sun day in Lancaster. Pearl Stacey, of Carbonhill, spent Monday in Logan. Miss Jesse Bowen is visiting relatives at Un.ion Furnace. "Thorns and Orange Blossoms" at the Opera House tonight. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lytle, Tuesday Oct. 6th., a son. Mrs. N. M. Till is at Junction City, the guest of her son, John. NOTICE No hunting allowed on my farm. MARION BISHOP. Mrs. T. B. Miles and children visited in Nelsonville over Sunday. Misses Etlie McGuire was in Cincinnati, Monday a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

f -t 'ummrwtKwiw'w fVVjfWIt 51 m SOCETY NWS Tourist Club Mm, John Smith will receive the Tourist Club Thursday after noon i EUchro Handsome curds nro out for a party Saturday evening, given by Aire. Will Klsolo and Mrs. O. W. H. Wright at the homo of the latter. W C'T. U. Convention The W. 0. T. U. or Logan, Is riprpBontod at Akron this week by Airs. Ida II. Mnthias and Mrs. L. G. Dolllson, who are in nttond anoe at tho convention. Six O'clock Dinnor Mrs. llruoo bolllson gave a six o'clook dinnor Saturday evening, complimentary to Mrs. Robert Sandorson .f Washington C. H. Covers wero laid for eight. Ladles Whist ' MiHB Minorva White recolvod the LadieH Whist Club Saturday afternoon, and goes without say ing,' that nil spent a pleasant afternoon. Thrco tables of play ers were present and the club prize taken by Mrs. Charles Roso, a china plate. After the games an elegant two ontirso luncheon waB served. Mrs. A fl Brooke and Mrs. Margaret Rompol were visitors. Sewing Circle On Friday ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

5?tfv7 IfvSkw'TfV ?PlSgJ5f?&?3 - E St, - ' iv1 ' it li IB I' GILBERT'S TIGHT GRIP ON THE STATE OP OHIO dn DrouJ street, opposite the state house, In Columbus, is a lG-story sky scraper, which atauds us a monument to the thrift of. Walter D. Qullbert during his 28 consecutive years lu public ofllco. After serving seven years ns aud itor ot Noble county, Mr. Qullbert was appointed deputy state auditor In 1888 by K V. Poo, then state auditor. At that time Qullbert was a friend and supporter of Qoveruor Koiuker, to whom he owed his political prefer ment In Noble county, his appoint ment us deputy state auditor nnd his nomination for and election as state auditor in 1895. ., Ft om the tlmo ho entered the stato auditor's otllce as deputy he began to : weave the web of his 'olltleal ma--chine, which hud become so powerful during his second term us state audi tor that he was able to compel Sena tor Huuna, the national leader of tho Republican party, to concede. him-re-nomination and ele...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

f!fS!SBSiVK'vm "wrTt""iw ' n " mr-v J "usjw'-'"' r , nr.-.vlW"r''-J J(t"--.' X 51 ;i mtiCxiWot 'turn iwfiv J&a y'.s'iMk -r- -r v ifiTrt Other Towg Carbonhill Win, Shaffer, of this place, had business Iri Loan, last Saturday. J. 0. Hues, of Monday, passed through hore, last Saturday, cnroule to Logan. Lulu Bailey returned last week from a pleasant visit In Indiana. C. W. Hay and family spent last Sunday in Nelsonvlllo. Charley Evans,of Chicago Junction, spent last Sunday here. James Shaffer and wife, of Logan, spent last Sunday here. We spent all day last Saturday In Logan, and among our many warm friends we met Hon. L. A. Sears, the! Democratic candidate for congress in this district. We never met a stran ger that Impressed us more favorably than did Mr. Sears. He has great hopes of carrying his home county (Ross) by a, large majority. Theru is a sharp contest on in this vicinity, between Cupid and the stork. Cupid has made four visits here recently and the stork has made four. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 October 1908

IPPi W.,imWffimiHWWWn '. MmmnmmftwwmwwNrfm Authorative Sh of th owing or tne New Models for Fall and Winter If you are interested in knowing just what the newest and most popular STYES for FALL and WINTER ARE, you should inspect our lines of itiMpmii ""T"- m I First HHM ik,' i JWv.S: mWrnnHnifi TBBnMiH . fr'w .SMMmm--i ::. sMI ffvi illiit 'UK " f:! !;B 3 rrr imp i xftTsrra' CLOTHES i EVERY GARMENT bearing the TYadeMark of the lines we g handle are absolutely guaranteed, not only in quality, but have a STYLE AND FIT not found in other lines of Ready-toil Wear Garments. & We Sell Hart, Schaffner & & Marx Suits and Overcoats iMUituiuiiuuiMiiiuiMiiiiu rrhrrarrhriarnncrfcrrfcrirraj r : 1 SOCIETY NEWS OF I QTHER TOWNS w & t -W JJ Xi V t iAi iM' 9 Tarrytown To the Crosaingville Scribe. Mr. Scribe As our town has so lately been settled aud aeyouBayis unin corporated, we would like for you to give us some information as to how far the line of incorporation extends in your vil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

ft T? 'JTsf pg f T vt- s fyn j : HockiitfierSnty Fair and Races, October 21, 22, 23 and 24 i m I) rwZwwr nniyfilnTIT O C M FT-M NC F 1 Min, UZivnsxzMjn m jCri i maxeil. TH11 OHIO DI5M00BAT. 37thTtMHo42 THD HOOKING BI5HTINEL 08th Yit Ho 13 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. The Only Hemocrntlo Ppr lu tti (toantj aironUtlon 3000 One DolUr Vnr Yr ftWt'rP'iprl&irlfr QWS I ,,.. ' ' Ft t.A RAILROAD NEWS Conductor J. K. Vorlsla laying oil' for a few ilayn, resting up. Yard Foreman J. Bowneu, la off duty on account of uioknoau. ' f i Engineer Qooryo Sohairer Is lay ing olT on account of sickness. Pipe Fitter J. Kelloy, of the oar shops, was a Columbus vUitor, Sunday. Air brake instruction car is at Wellston this week, for the benefit of employees. Council Proceedings. Five moro men arrived, Satur day from Colllnwood Ohio to work at the car shops. Engineer Oy Walker is laying off for two weeks, attending an air college in Pittsburg, Pa. Engineer W. M. Davis is off d...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

HI Xp ' ' -' T fSffS tt I ' I, ' ' f DEMOCRAT-SENtlNEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED KVRHr THURSDAY MORNING. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCtlHWIRATKtl) I'UIIUStlKKH VlHIIII, (J. I.OWUY, I'HKHtllKNT It. O. ItANIGI., HKUIIKTAHT J. II. Duf.f.llONi KDITIIK ClIAH. It. IlKOK A.1ll, KlIITOUAMANAIIKK OFFIUtil-lu ItullMuii llluok, Hoiltli Door Entered ns Ueeoiiil iJlitsi Mutter Ootober I IwW, ill ttit) I'usl (PltU'u nl Logon, Ohio, Under Act nrccitiriruitiif Muli :l, lb7W. Thursday, Oct. 15, 1908. Democrat Ticket. NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN of Nelnaska. For Vice President JOHN W. KRltN of Indiana. STATE For Govmor JUDSON HARMON of Hamilton. Far Lieutenant Governor DAVID L. ROCKWELL of Pertac For Supreme Judge fHEF of GEORGE B. OlfiBY of Franklin. For Secretary of State J. H. NEWMAN of Miami. For Auditor of State W. W. DURBIN of Hardin. T For Treasurer of State , D. S. CREAMER of Belmont , For Attorney General TIMOTHY HOGAN of Jackson. For Members Board of Publ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

9"-H1Hry r-r-tlif j .,).,-- ii'MAlir '-T5,f'C, 5Wri;35"'V ! K-' f'' V A REYOLUTIONIZINQ THE SHOli BUSINHSS Of all tho wonders In Industrial and com mercial development tho great shoo orfian Izatlon of tho ENDICOTT-JOHNSON CO., at Dndlcottt N. Y. Is probably (,0 most notable cxamplo of tho times. Bv n slnelo strolco of darlnir and unpre cedented business tactics this concern has shaken tho vtry foundations of tho whole shoe trade. Deglnnmc In a small way, tho company made old fashioned leather boots and sold them only to the jobbing trade. These were Itnown as the Lester boot and will bo remem bered today by many of thuioldcrgcncratlon throughout tho country. Uy careful attention to business and the production of reliable goods tho house grew steadily until It eventually owned tho larg est factory In this country. Stop by step the company began to maho other kinds and grades of footwear until all varieties of chocs worn by men wcro a part of their output. About six years ago H. B. En...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

WSfSfSmmM I i f. bEMOCiAt-SfeiSTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. iUHMH1ItD f.VKHY TIIUXHDAY SKIIININO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCnllPDHATKIl) 1'UIHilHtinUH VfHHIt.0. UlWHY, I'llltltrilKNT ll.U, ItANHKI., HKCKKTAIlV .It 11. Dol.I.lHONi KlHTlllt OttAft, 11. IlKi'fc AHHII. KltllllUit MANAIIKIt OPKIMKl-ll) llolllam lllouh, Hoiltli Door Hutured i4 HhooiiiI Oliini Mnttir Uctobor I IWKI, nt l III" 1'cHI oitlcu lit I.iihuii, Ulilu, uilUor Aetof Coiweii it Muii tl, ism, Thursday, Oct. 15, 1908. Taft is making speeches in 18 counties of Ohio ; tt is own, repub lican state, to lie sen rod? Do you hoar of Bryan campaigning Demo cratic states. K. D. RtcicKrrs, chairtiiHii of the Hocking county Republican Kxeo utivo Committee. Ih it for his dear party that Ed is struggling, or Is it for Ed. The Hocking Re publican says ho is against Doug las. Fouit hunduei and thirty-nine banks and business houses in Ohio alone went tn tho wall the past year because of the money strin gency. Is this Grove...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

SiW5f p3SW-8f r-rxiowpprff tt -WpieTl.ig !ti-"-w'r18sr 'fi "t- V'' JWHT'J '"' " fn . 1'.1Y4U j -mU. r ll r ri' oft oft m oft ft ft $ oft ft "ft 3 ...Aiaas, The New Silk, Lace and Tailored Waists Wc have selected these Waists as particularly emphasizing the new modes and have marked them at a low figure to uphold our high standard of value giving. oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft tf fl $ ft oft Ladles Waists made of black mercer I zed saline, all-ovor embroidered . fronts, tucked back, a very showy walsb, at ... Ladles Tailored Waists made of Checked and striped ginghams, fancy stock collar, stiff culls of-plaln materials to match color of waists, pretty styles, at - Ladles Tailored Waists made of white madras and mercerized fancies, stlif collars and cufTs, fronts trimmed with 1-2 Inch plaits, plain back, dressy waists, at$l.W) and Ladles Tailored Waists made of madras, white grounds with colored stvlpes, stiff collar and culTs, front trimmed with ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

B.-ni3ra Ur , hi For Sheriff, George B. Williamson. One of tho most aggressive of ficials tills county over had, 1b Hhorlll' Williamson Tho crime that h reported to I im, iapiirHtiod with as much zoul m if liu was going to a ItiiiKiuut. Sometime wo think that If thoracis anything that George likes better than any thing else, it Ih to ehue criminals, mid suy, he nearly always gels them, ton. He never stops: he will hunt ttie fellow down if he is on the continent. Tliut is the kind of sheriff to have. If your home is lobbed, or daughter assaulted, you want a sherilt' in office that you can phone to and in two minutes, day or flight, lie is out after the criminal as vigor ously as if the depredation had been done in his own home. He is fearless, and along with it, he has good judgement. By tho grace of those who reposed in him confi dence he has been served one term as sheriff, aud the confidence re posed in him has never been be trayed. He has made a good of ficial and deserves a seco...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

aimnrr "giyy i'(yHf tf j-Vriiny-y- n i J r i i.Wiuar.fc- .Mimnimintiimmwmtimtmmtimmmtimiimmiimmmnmtim .V WW'iJWDK'f.'WWpl First Authorative Showing of the New Models for Fall and Winter If you are interested in knowing just what the newest and most popular STYES for FALL and WINTER ARE, you should inspect our lines of Suits and Overcoats for c i , 1 1 j E i E B & & k ,j x M ' E E E E E HHTONCtOTIIES EVERY GARMENT bearing the TradeMark of the lines we handle are absolutely guaranteed, not only in quality, but have a STYLE AND FIT not found in other lines of Readyto Wear Garments. E We Sell Hart, Schaffner & E Marx Suits and Overcoats 5uiuuuiuiuuiuuu For County Auditor, Wm. D. Brandt. The auditor of it county must needs be a man of good education. Above all other 'requit omenta, ho mu9t be a good accountant. The auditor of a county is the man that must figure up all tho dates of taxation. He apportions the amount of taxes due each town ship, municipal and school district a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

sssfjjfwr -ogffiittt &aft4?n V "KT"5 I? .- !'W8fF,,"WlWITpil ii hi t i Kathryn Osterman. Think ol paying .$1,000 for a beautiful gown and than not bo ablo to sit down ih It, much less to stoop or Ho down. Just Imagine a dross a porfeot dream of a crea tion in which ono nun stand, walk or tlounco about moat gracefully and fotohingly, but whoso somas would burst in a manner disastrous to tlio most biiwltcbiug dignity and repose of the wearer if alio chanced to digress from an upright position. That fairly well describes the plight of Kathryn Ostormau with her bsatitiful uloth-of-gnld sheath gown, designod to be worn in her mw piece, "Tho Night of 'the Play." "Oh, why, I can't sit down!" wailed Miss Osterman to her man ager in New York during a re hearsal, The actress was attirod in the new gown, which fitted hor like a glove, and had just managed to regain hor poise after a vain at tempt to follow out the business of tho play, which requires her to sit two or three times in the th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

&'fc7?P!?ra,,5$7" 'wyiwRy ? imftliifl iliMMIW 1 if Sp ecial Campaign Offer Forty Cents to P RESS Will send their State Edition daily (except Sunday) from now until January 1, 1909, for the remarkable low price of 40c. Tho Prcss-l'osL Is THE METROPOLITAN DEMOCRATIC paper or Ohio, ami lias made special arrangements to glvo the latest details of Uio campaign from the best political writers of tins country from every standpoint, and this campaign promises to bo one of unusual Interest. In addition to (riving tho latest political news, tho Press-Post has the best marl.'et reports obtainable. Also the happenings of the world In a bright and readable form. THIS GREAT SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER IS F,OR THE MONTH' OF OCTOIiER ONLY. Send in your subscription at once, cither to THU DliYJOCRAT-SliNTINEL, LOC1AN, OHIO, or to THE PRESS-POST, COLUM1HJS, OHIO. H re You Look ing for a Servant? Mm We will furnish you 'with a servant that- will stay at least one year will work night and clay without c...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 October 1908

mmmi! y Anything in Your Eye? MANY PEOPLE who come to us for eye examination imagine that- there Is some foreign substance In their eyes. It Is sometimes hard to con vince them that these gritty, sandy, scratching, Irritating conditions aie smptoms and effects due to jnfractle enors which may be conected by the use of pioper Glasses, Ut US TAKE The Grit Out. F. S. CASE Jeweler and Optician Dr. J. E. Kessler Graduate Optician In Charge LOQAN, OHIO W- C. T. U- Mrs. F. P. Murtlu will receive the W. C. T. U. ladies, Friday afternoon. Kitchen-Cooper Air. William Kitchen and Mias Jessie Cooper were married Wed nesday evening at stven o'clock at the home of the bride, Rey. Mc Laughlin officiating. Ucker-Shannon Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Joe Ucker to Miss Clara Shannon at the St. John's Catholic Church, Tuesday morn ing at 7:30 o'clock, October 20, 1908. At home after -November 1. All friends are invited. Tourist Mrs. J. A. Smith was hostess Thursday afternoon for the Tou...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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