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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 November 1908

)(.&-' '"' rej"" c "- l,TtrWWNllttfei1fOtIJgliiWI1HWUiU JUDGE HARMON THE MI. Cincinnati, 0., N(iv. 7. Tt was the ovontug of tho recent history making oleotion. .JikIo Ilurmun But in liia liiituu nt 211:17 Kutnpor avoniio, Walnut liills, rutiuiviny tlie returns. With him wore Ifis" wife, Ills daughter, Mrs. A. C. Cansat, ami her husband. Afes songor boys wore hurrying to mid from tho nearby telegraph olllco bringing in tho news. Kvory report increased tho gliul tft'ings and mude more certain success. "Von Imye onrried lluinilton county hy 10,000," a friend tele phoned. "It is u mugnifluunt vic tory." "Franklin county is Hiifo by a good majority und the state hy a big plurality," whs tho word from Chairman Finloy at Columbus. "Cuyahoga is yours," camo from Cleveland; "No doubt about Lucas. You have it by several thousand," was tho message from Toledo; "Montgomery gives you an immense majority," an admirer sont in, Mrs. Harmon became excited and enthusiastic. "You are elect ed. I k...

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. — 12 November 1908

- -fnai'T Hj r T 1 fcr --- -- 1 "ll1- MMMMMtal -. ... -,J. . . If j Brown Bros. Clothing g$g? lraw LluiL "Uoal Value" Hint "Tuio .Mirlt" which appeals so sttoiiijly to those uho want the "llest" thai the markets aironl, yet at a "l-'alr" pi Ice. This Store Is fhe recognized headquarters in tlie Hocklnrr Valley for the safe buying of good tellable ClotliliiKi HlSf rmlfiuear, Furnishing (ioods and every thing In the line of Mens and Hoys L'p-to-date Wear. It's the only stoie in Logan where pi lee is strictly the, same to everybody, where one man's money will buy as much goods and as good a value as another's. It's the One Place where the price is put down to the "Lowest Hock Hottom" at the beginning of the season and kept there throughout the sea son when people mostly need Clothing, an advantage enjoyed only by those who trade heie, and at the same time an advant age to us in that Jt moves our goods quickly, turns our money oftener and keeps our stock fiesh and new the year around. A...

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. — 19 November 1908

.jf ,. f i-n. w w - 1 , ion- ,. mow 77H DEMOeRATSENTNEL LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i9, 1908. Th Only Demooriitlo Paper Is th Oonnty OlronUtlon 3000 On Dollar Pir Tr THE OHIO DEM00RA.T, 27th Year No 47 TUB HOOKING BKNTtNEL 08th Year No 18 -w - tum LOCAL NEWS Thanksgiving turkeys, alive or dressed, at the Ideal Grocery. Attornoy Tom Dolsou, of Lon oaBtor, was in Logan, Thursday of last weak on logal buslnoss. Ribbons, all colors, all widths, ail prices at The Peoples Store. Mr. and Mrs. .lake Myers, of Now Straitsvillo, were the guests of Logan friends, Monday. A great line Men and Roys High Cut BhoeB. BTKPEM Jc CO. Miss Kate Porter, of Vinton, O , is the house guest of Mrs. Stanley Thompson. The place to buy your good eating for Thanks giving at the Ideal Grocery. Mr. Frank Allen, of Hayden ville, was a visitor in Logan, Mon day. Very pretty Plaids for waists, Bchonl-dress etc. at 1012A-15 and 25c. at the The Peoples Store. Mr. W. H. Strentz moved to his new home...

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. — 19 November 1908

!wirpf '" "'"'ffffwi1 y - ''-1jgrc?'ryj .i...t...M.. C1IK I'rf ; ? Our New Addition and the Improvements If j) t J, 4f- g IL7V1I . MINGO TERRACE ADDITION Lying within the incorporated limits of Logan on North Market Street just a few hundred yards from the Public School Buildings, until within the past four months was a beautiful suburban home, consisting)! about 20 acres of ltfitd. a fine orchard and a good brick 'resi dence of 8 rooms. A few months ago this tract of land was bought by D. A. Ranneils and T. E. Warren of the Logan Realty Co. with a view of subdividing it into Lots, Streets and Alleys. After four months work surveying, grading streets, laying sewerage, gas pipes, water pipes, building concrete sidewalks and retaining walls, this is decidedly far the most beautiful new addition of lots ever offered to Logan people as residence section. The brick home has been entirely gone over by brick masons and carpenters until now you would 1 hardly recognize it 1 The lot on which...

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. — 19 November 1908

rBSpyfFsppapjfF-?? -'' v"$Gff&wr'?r5iitn?ptt ?$ffnmw-&Brit'''",'r's "v"" Mwii.ifmmwiw .mjMrJfl , $m&&&2m&&xxM&&mm IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE WEEK COMPILED HHtfti t A n n n Jl Jti J JYllltJt 7tf Jl fv J Jv PoWder Atlll Lets (lo 1 Ittna&B City, Mo Thirty paapengors , Nov, 22 on ft Kansas (Mty Huiitliorn paiBenger trains' were injured, Several of them fatally, thin ninrntng, when h powder mill, located nt Holmes Park, 12 miles smith of this oity, exploded as the train was passing Three houses were destroyed at Holmes Park and one man was killed. Perry County Wet Again New Lexington, Ohio, Nov. 10, In tho Probate Court on Satur day .luclge Jaraea V, Hynus rulod that tho election recently held in Perry County under Hobo coun ty option law was lllogal and void, for the reason that tho prnviaon for time had not been complied with. The petition waa filed on Sep tember 12th, and the election waa held on Ootober 2, not allowing 20 entire days to expire. As t...

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. — 19 November 1908

'JW" S&fSf n t n -WwT 'iimwFmwr Tmw w ?gl! ) 'ifWMW- X . i f r 0 I r i B:M T H E HAHON-ACKER GROCERY (Tipton's Old Stand) The leading Grocery of Logan. Why? The courte ous treatment and good value given our customers always brings us new ones. Wc have just received a full line r CO-WE-BA CANNED FRUITS AND VEGA TABLES, every can guaranteed. We arc selling more Chase and Sanhourn Coffee than all other's put together. Just in new nuts, figs, dates, cluster raisins, candied pineapples and cherries, tons of candy on the road; teachers and Sunday schools watch our "ad" for prices, they will he low. Here are a few low prices for everybody: Hulk Ualslus .'! pounds Kuiey Seeded . Ilulslns, 11). uk. . 14auotated Apples .'! pounds Kxaporated Peaches pei pound... ... Ewipoiated Apptu colt, per pound 1'ie 1'eaclies pei can 25c. 10c. 25c. 10c. 10c. 10c. ALL KINDS OF T H E HHN-ACKER GROCERY anrr ws Jolly Dozen Mrs. M. II. Cherrington will receive the Jolly Dozen Friday evening. Antiques FiitUy...

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. — 26 November 1908

J-jW-'-Vt" n flBp !?p sppe-- ''WT,)aifrT 'inn TjSiS?' ev ,-ir-"Vf . -( 1' THE DEMOeRAT-SENTNEL. wtr, """:"" '" '-ft Tm No 48 ,U 1j Mnrtln jnn 1 0 & )Bth Tim No 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OIIiO, TllTKSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. Th Ooly DmoottloPpr In tbe County OlronUtlon 3000 One DolUr Per Year IFF-,? HISTORY OF MISGIVING Tho autumn (if 1021 waned nn a prosperous community. Ply mouth, MaBs., waa both healthy and wealthy, Sickness, though It had do&trojod one-half the com pany of Pilgrims, had ceased, and the crops, as a whole, had been good, the peas alone failing, All the houses in the settlement had been put into condition and a goodly stock of furs and prepared lumber had been made ready for export, to England, by the next ship. The waters swcfriued with fish and sea fowl were abundant. The call of the wild turkey was heard in the woods and the patter of the feet of fleeing deer was nothing strange. The summer was past; the har vest ended. The Pilgrims decided upon a period o...

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. — 26 November 1908

; wi i t ft ,! fr HwWjVwwWjWttfcwW Thanksgiving gjywwwflAw"'Vl''wWt,,VV'WW YOU may talk about your foreign oooks and all the things they make, The thousand dainty dishes that thoy stew and boil and bako; You may prate about their wondrous skill in culinary .arts, How deftly they can manufacture puddings, pies and tarts; Oo praise the French and German chefs and the Italians, too, For making salads, sauces, soups and fancy dishes new, But for a toothsome morsel upon whioh I can rely Just give to me a solid wedge of Yankee pumpkin pie! Let those of fashionable tastes turn up the nose in pride And think it quite plebeian to be simply satisfied; let them eat their pate de foie gras, their truffles and such stuff With foreign names, suspioious looks and odors rank enough; ililiiflw JUST GIVE TO ME A SOLID WEDGE OF YANKEE PUMPKIN PIE I Let them eat those airy pastry puffs they think so very nice Because they've got outlandish names and cost a mighty price, But, say, to curb your appetite ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 November 1908

if r 'j-h '"""'' 1 ' r , y.:y,Tp- L fc ': -;- ' r" .' ; " ' .r .' . .... tgBWllimiJiJBMW.mMii!WiUIU. SOCIETY NEWS OF 1 OTHER TOWNS I Marion No. 5 (Crowded out from last week) Alosundor McCune made a trip to the queen city, Saturday. Mrs. Elvira Scholl and Hon, vis ited the Hocking Co. Infirmary, Saturday night and Sunday. Alexander McCuno and Nora Scholl and Kha Brown, of this place, attended church at Pleasant Mill, Sunday evening. HomorHutton called on William Scholl, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Caroline AnBel. and Mrs. Wm. Parmer visited at the home of Dave Sheets, MondHy after noon, Mrs. Elvira Scholl and daugh ter wero Logan visitors, Tuesday. Hiram McCune passed through this place, Tuesday morning. Cunninc Eiijik. Marion Hello, Flowery Hunks corre spondent where have you come from. Jda Fiekol is working at James Blosser's, at present. Lucy Geil is working for Mrs Frasch in Logan. Goldie Scholl, Hose Mormon and Estella and Jessie Wright were the Sunday guests of Glaia and RcfBie Hull...

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. — 26 November 1908

V I SOCETY ws Domastlc Mrs. Will Brandt tins Domestic Club afternoon. will receive Wednesday Surprint) Mrs. .less Ittihm- planned atitl executed it veiy clever surprise mi her liiflmiiil Saturday tvenlng, tluit being the amiivuiiry of bis birth. S .niti Uentj live weie present iintl spent tlie evuiitni; with music nnil ca,rds. The hostess seivod a fine two course lunch Junius Mini Smile McCray was hostess for the Junius Monday evening and the usual program dispensed with and a tine Turkey dinner discussed instead. The entire meuibei fillip was present and a royal good time spent. The visit ors were Mrs Bradley, of Lan caster, Miss Maytiard, of Cincin nati and Miss Walker, of Colum bus. Queen of Hearts , Miss Blanche Strmipe very charmingly entertained the Queen of Hearts Club Monday evening and several games of Pedro enjoy ed. Mrs. John Brandt carried oil" the honors, a china olive dish. Miss Stroupe served light refresh ments. The visitors were Mrs. Tom Wakely, of Columbus, and Mis...

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. — 26 November 1908

- fiw!' '"tTXn-y-" vs - , 1 -sr?wj",rf - - - my i r jy,'Wiyny'e'TrS" 7 i - --"fflE;-h''.-fr' - N S , DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FUBt.tBHKD KVKIIY THttHSnAY UOltHIKO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNl'llltPOKATKI)) I'Um.lHIIKHH VlHQlr.O. I.OWKT, ' I'ltKHtllRNT H.U. ItANSKI., HKltKKTAUV J. U, Dor.UHciN, KlilTdit OlIAHt II. IlKUK AHHO, KlIlTOH A.MANAIIRK OKPlUtil-ln Doltlinn lilnck, Hontli Door Kutcreii ni Heoohd Olai Matter October I I WW, at the 1091 iiltloe at Logan, Ohio, under Act of Congress of Men !i, IsTt. Thursday, Nov. 26, 1908. LOCAL NEWS SeeO. h. Frackor for Tile Work. Mr. Wm. Anthony, of Ileahoro, was in town Friday. See C. L. Fruekor for Cement Work. Dr. J. S. Cherrlngton ib visiting home folks at Bidwell. All Prints 5 l-2o at The Peoples Store. Miss FCItle Myers spent Satur day and Sunday in Athens. Fresh Lobsters at Hammon-Acker Go. Mr. Oeorgo Davis, of Maxville, was in Logan, Saturday. Sweet Cider at The Peo ples Store. Mrs. Whitman of Columbus, ie ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 November 1908

"3 T Tm&iyfK'iiSe$i!ft"& 7y3!"--vigr fm&pt a iTSflJW 4 1 vi J Ted's Turkey A Thanksgiving Story by Epes Winrhrop Snrient. (CopyilKht, IMS, by M. .t CiinnliiBliam.l -v O von think I I'm a situiire D dun IV" demanded Teddy, "Thcic'M Tom Itolan. lie works lu hU blacksmith shop nil day nnd gets his i'mlo us black u.s tin end mini. Then he goes home and washes up, and he's all right. What dllVei-encu does It nuike If 1 daub on stlue Instead of dhtV" "It Isn't all that. Ted." said Sully. "Somehow you soein dltfeicnt." "Ju.t because you saw me," he laughed bitterly. "HHV Untitle told me 1 was the limit, but 1 didn't sup pose 1 was bad enough to queer my luck with you." "I can't explain," said Sally Impa tiently. "Hut somehow when 1 saw j on last summit' with nil the people laughing at jou 11 couldn't be proud of you any more. 1 Just felt ashamed to sit there and remember that 1 was engaged to you." "And you waited all this time to tell me," he said scornfully. "Let me live on l...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 November 1908

. " w , 'f i"Myf STVcittfcry "- .' 's-w . jt ""i? "TTjre"' - 9 ."--SSivj"-'?'? -"jp-' rr 4 S . , ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY The DKiMOOKAT-SENTFNKL has succoodetl in making an arrungomoni with The Pittsburg Dispatch whereby old and new readers of this paper can have The Daily Dispatch and the DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL mailed to their address one year for only $6. 00. This is $1.00 less than last year's subscription pricoof The Daily pisputch alone, and really means thuljliy -ordering the two from us you get r TheJffiMOCRAT-SENTlNEL One Year Free The Pittsburg Dispatch needs no introduction to our readers, as it is known at home and abroad as the best paper published west of Now York. The subscription price of The Daily Dispatch for years has been $G,00 per year. Now that it and this paper can be had for only $5.00 our, friends should take advantage of the generous offer, which is for a limited time only. If you are not already a reader of the DEMOCRAT-SENT EN EL wo hope you will favor us wit...

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. — 26 November 1908

Wr-jf,-' f fl I f MMWfclWMMM IffllT 14 Lr fW TT JFWWHVW'?TW'?I,,!I'W' Women's $8& .WSTJ t H 11 Shoes Our line of Women's $2.00 Shoes are the best the market affords. They come in patent leather, gun metal and kid; in button, lace and blucher. itsdom u Co. Ej iiiiLkilALii.LlLlliiLL,ULlULliiLLUiULlAiUiAiit,L WwVftlVffTWWffTll 1 y5& jt 1L i I SOCIETY NEWS OF &1 jg OTHER TOWNS g Cola Valley N We are linvitig some very fine weather at present and the farm ers lire busy husking corn. Tom Pierce moved his family from Ruck run to the Campbell propei ty of this place. Mr. and Mrs Hoi Kline and son Ohurltifl, were seen in our valley, Friduy. Messrs. Frank Edwards, Law rence Thompson, (Mi If and John Kline spent Sunday afternoon with S. D. Yantes and family. Miss Lettie Fox is in the employ of Mrs. Charles Federer. Mr?. Will Meyer i.f Lonesome Ridge, spent last Frii'ay with her grandma, Mrs. Levi Yantes. We wifh to comet a mistake made by the Riownsville corres pondent last week; w...

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. — 3 December 1908

mtmfmmmmminiiii'f Tui0iktvtimmwifm-fSr' al. . trm mmmmwm -t F I If," J w I I 'l, 1 1 i V if 61! TM& DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL. TUn-OHIO Dr.MOORAT. 27th Year No 40 THIS HOOKING SnNriNM, Oltth Yer No 20 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 190. Th Only Damocmtlo Paper In tbi County Olrcnktlon 3000 One DolUr Per Yr I AM I 5i9WriMMfiMfi(NiM5 HUNTING SN ACCDENTS Eplws from tlio lmntor'e outings always bring sail news. Every your wo nro pained to record that -i4)omo good follows are shot down or crippled or blinded by accident al shooting while out hunting. Wo are sorry indeed to hoar of tlio accident neat Giblsonvillo, Tuesday. Will Hood and Bert Vorliees were hunting and wheli a covey of birds raiHud, Hood blazed away and Vorliees got many of tlio scattering shot in Lib eyes. It was thought at first that he had been totally blinded, but it is now reported that he will recover the sight of both eyes. We have compiled a few of the hunting accidents that we read in the daily pape...

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. — 3 December 1908

-win wmm i Ty" yiypJUfn 1 i wmwUmplimMWlflft mmm OF THE WEEK Tom Lawson Uatiil Gttlllpolis, Ohio, November 28 Thomas LHndon, (18 yet f , nml ii prominent citizen of New iatrnltaville, Uld soilileniy at i" home of his son nt Iticlne, whom he hail come to visit. Air. htw snn wmh luketi Hiiddouly ill on the train at Gallipolis, ami dltd a few minutes alter reaching his son's home. On the train lie complained of Bcveru pains uhoiit his heart, caused by a severe colli contracted on his trip. He was a promlnont member of the New Straitsville Masonic Lodge, and leaves a wife and number of grown up children. His wifo was with him at the time he died. Unlucky Duffy UJtrnltsMlli' IU'Corit James Dutry of Logan, it brake- man in the local yard crew was painfully injured here, Tuesday, by having lits hand caught and badly mashed. Air. DutFy Wat caught between two cars here a week or so ago and had his hips badly tejueezed, compelling him to undergo medi cal treatment. Tuesday was his first day b...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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