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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 December 1908

t t B. r x EXCHANGE NEWS NOTES ft' 'ft 'ft' 'ft' 'ft 'ft 'ft' 'ft' 'ft' 'ft' Ml nei.sonviu.i: news Mrs, Harriett Froer returnod Monday from a few days visit with relatives in Logan. Mrs. Elmer Mink and son, re turned Monday morning from n pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. and Airs. Charles Reynolds in Logan. TI13 many frionds of Mr. Fred Dilcher will regret to learn that he is seriously ill at his residence in this city, suffering from asthma, complicated with other ailments. Misses' Mary Josephine Wright and Florence Itanoy of Logan, were visitors in this city, Sunday. VAT.I.KV I!E(!ISTKU Fred Woynnieller of Logan, was in tho city, hitter part of last week. Mr. Eden Moore of east end is expecting-to move on a largo farm near Logan in the near future I MisBos Josephine Wright and Florence Runey of Logan, spent Sunday afternoon in the Metropo lis of Athens county. x I Mrs. Maria Stonoburner of Lo gan, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stoneburner of this city. ATHENS JOURNAL...

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. — 3 December 1908

.wTO-n.ir-' rwW4r(ii("i(,!Wipl' ' D12M0CRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. l'lniMIIIKll KVRUV TlimtHllAY MOHNINH, Tlie Logan Printing mill I'ublisliing Co. (INt'llHl'lllHTf'IO I'UUMHIIKHH llllltl.f. I.OWIIV, I'ltKMIIIK.NT It. (I. It NHKI., ' HM'IIMWIY J. It. tllll.l.lSllN, I'illtroli ClIAH. It. ItHMJ - -ll. HllMOtlit MANMIfK I) h'l'' If Ml -III liiilllton lllnok, Mouth Hour hint'Ti'il 111 Si'i'iiinl i'Ihii Mutter oeliilmr I I'kM, ill I In' I'imI ollli'e ill 1 ,11X11", lllltll, uiiiiiT aim uf roiiitiiM4iir Mi'ii :i, iith. Tliiirstluy, December 3, 190. Douglus Shorn. The power of patronage torn ln in the adhesiveness of the great "I" Douglas, mis-representative of thin district, leaves him poor, indeed. He hoi buiked up in his strength with President Kloct Tuft in recommendations for post liiuHtcM to secure him a third-term nomination to congress, hut along c(inii!i the Postal Department of the government on Monday of this week and put all Fourth Class Postmasters in Eastern and Cen tra...

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. — 3 December 1908

""Wer (V irtf rmamim'mm ltl8JCCMAlX12fckli!k&WWWj?fc'HtaWl4,JIl9WVll!iQ' '-. ' r. i g DO YODR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. 5 irfrl behind J)o you a hardship not wish g1rHVl-'- ts the change makers, the bundle wrappers, the pack S ers, drivers, delivery boys and clerks, who must lose 3 : sleep and work until they nearly drop with exhaus- 3 s tion as a result of your procrastination? 3 gj By purchasing your gifts early early in tho day 3 HS and in the month you will get better goods, will 3 receive more attention from tho sales-people, and 3 will be able to select your presents with much more 3 5 discrimination. 3 5 The stores, many of them at a great expense, are 3 t doing what they can to co-operate with the Holiday 3 5 shoppers and to minimize the hardships of their 3 Sir employes. They are advertising their wares in 3 5i advance of the holiday season in order to lessen tho 3 : Christmas rush. If the merchants are making this 3 sj sacrifice there is all the more reason whv the pur...

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. — 3 December 1908

1 '' i3y. fy rMrf yi'f,8f?,Ve,'MnS--. '; ine JLJlYlWVI.fY l-OJLrl 1 Hill 1 Ami The Ohio Farmer t0 PAGES WKKKLY Both One Year for Only $i 50 Inclmiliitf a Copy of Tim Now Hook Concrete Construction on the Farm Till- OH O PAUMliK Is published Iti the into rests of Uiat great body of AiuimIi'iui Maimers who follow mixed fanning Voti will Hurt II an AUTHORITY on live stock bioeilliitf in all H.s branches, dairying, cattle feeding, poultry, horses, bees, horticulture, t;ardenliitf, etc.: a help In IjVliRV ONIi of your every day farm operations. The iUestlnns of the day are handled Independently and fear lessly, for the f.inueis' Interests, without political bins, and the Magazine Suction, Inclutllinr short and continued stories, makes It interesting to the whole family. l'or owr thirty years it has been the leader of the farm papers of tills country, and stands In a class by Itself, when practical value for the business farmer Is considered. Clean and reliable. Hives fuels and prolltable...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 December 1908

"Hf? aMii5H!fcjqii m I MMMX9M!0MMitiM, A FINE LEATHER ROCKER FREE llartlcn & Co. have planned to give a FINE LEATHER BOOKER to the person who will bring or send to Utuiu Urn greatest amount of cash customers from now till DECEMBER 25th, 1908. Front now till that date each customer will bo given one coupon with each $1.00 cash purchase and to the one who will collect the gieatest number of these coupons will be presented with a line Leather Rocker Worth $12.50. To the one collecting second greatest number, a line Reed Rocker Worth $3.00. Third nieatest number a Nice Picture Worth $2.00. Any one may collect these coupons by asking their noigh bois and folks at home to purchase their Christmas presents from Harden & Co. and got their coupons. Put your coupons In a sealed envelope with name and address on out-side, with number of coupons enclosed and mall them or bring in person, Coupons must be In our hands at K o'clock A. M., December iifttli, 1!))S. Now got busy and get a lin...

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. — 3 December 1908

RJw5fei!r"-' j'vpT-arV" 1 v ' . " ' ';''' i rf V A r WS Stiturdny 01 lib Mrs. .John Dougherty will re colvc the Saturday Clu Kiturday iillornnnn. Nomloscrlpl Aire, Jane Adonek will lie Iiok- tl'8H flir UlO N-llldl'SCIIpt Oliilt, 'I'lui istlny nfteniimii. Kensington Tito V. R V, Indies will give (iito of their popular Kensington parties, Friday iifturnoon. King's Daughters. Tin King's Daughters will hold n sale of fancy X'iiihb nrticlos at tliii Imiiiiu of Miss Ruth Brooke Friday afternoon and evoning. W. F. M. S. Tito Women's Foreign Mission ary Society of the I J. B. Church will meet with Mrs. Ida B. Ma thins Thursday nflornoon at two o'clock. W. C. T. II. Mrs. John Timborlakc was hostess for the W. C T. U. last Frill a j'. The next meeting will be with Mrs. S. Hone Friday after noon, when a nice lunch will be served to all. Everybody invited. Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Dupler entertain ed the following persons for dinner Sunday: Mr. mid Mrs. George Bloeser and daughter Mabel, Mrs. ...

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. — 10 December 1908

:wsr mpBtiWPMM imuuumnn tH)mw:w HBJSffiffinHIIW WWHH p-TWvaK ,vr K A Jus h Martin Jnn 1 0 8' F 'A jWH DEMOeRAT-SENTNEL Ml m TIM! OUtU DliMOOHAT. 2?th Ym No 00 TliU linnKIHQ ailNTINIil, 08th Yir No SI LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO,' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1900. The Only DemoottloFpr In tht County Oltcnl&tlou 3000 One DolUr Vtt Yf Ti i- COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Clvo Color t the Pact That Thoro Ih Much Doing In tho Village Ooiinoil meeting whs oh Tues day night in full blast with all counoilmen present. Mi. Ed Klein ami tli,' proprietor of the Novelty .Store, wns olecttoil to membership in tile ooiinoil to fill yaoanoy oc casioned hy the resignation of Mr. John E. Canty. Mr, Kleinsmith Is a Logan boy, sou of Mr. utul Mrs, George Kleinsmith, unit will make a good first class 'city dud.' Me is a business man of ability and good Judgement, lie wus not present to assume the responsibili ties of the position, but will bo on hands, it is hoped, witli all the strength there is in hi in for the f...

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. — 10 December 1908

Sh 1WtHiBT' f f "j1 sm MhlfllTjrfi pfj'fiiu "'H'W DB.WOCRAt-SlHNTINBL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PtflllitSIIKI) EVKIIY TIMtKHIUY MOItNINOl Hie Logan Printing and 1'iiblisliing Co. i (t.NC(iitrc)U v i nn) I I'miUMlllJIM ' 'iSwfg1 isiPill 111011,1 , I llVlh, I'HKMlllKNr 11,(1 It NHFM (HOKhrAIIY .1. It, Hoi, i, hov, ' r, in nut I 11.11, II, ItM K AS1II r.llllllll.t MaN.MIKU OI'I'Ii'IIi-Iii liiillKuii lllnok, South Dour Utitcrfil ni Mwcoiitl '! Mtittor Octolior I lllllt, III I III' l08l IIITIl't lit I.UKIUI. olilo, UliiliM' i'l iifCiiliKrtusof Mch !, liTl Thursday, December 10, 19011. ran MS l're&iiloiit Konseyelb delivers liinifeir of it most extended mess age to congress upon their conven ing in short session this week. A uonpilutmn (if about till he neoin niendH imd favors follows: Itecoiu mends greiter "avy, Pure Tood legislation is indorsed. Favors proper employes' liabil ity lay. IndtiHtiitil L'ducation should he encouraged. lTrges liheral government Hid for the national ftuurd. Heco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 December 1908

nMnRtMMtMta Pi m "4i ?&r j9 ft riliMwtfifriifiaMi!WjWffini,fn'i"t' i"'11 rtti Trii'ifrf'vrr"rf'r-m-'i'' '" "''"'"'j iiiiiTOWiKijEifliiMMB-Mi ,-rii -i ,-,,. . -. N'SK U y Uftv. Edgar Whltakor Work, D. D. Tho "Now York Observer," In Its dealing with "Preachers in the Metropolitan Pulpit," records a 11 soriiion of rmr former townsman ItttV. Kdgar Work, and tlio editor of tho "obsorvor" prefaces the sorinnn by the following persona observation of tho life of Rev. Work : "Dr. Woik Iihh been tho piutpi of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Now York at West Und uvo find Olst-Ht , a little m iro than h year, and has already won a plncc among tho loading pastors of tho olty. His Boholarship, his public ministrations, his pastoral work, his breadth of his vision, his personality, win him friends in and out of his church friends talk less of him porhups than of his message and his Master. Ho is a member of tho Homo Mission Hoard, and of tho Presbytery's Committee on Foreign Mission. Dr. Wor...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 December 1908

- ' i my1 i i1'" t- ;$& "' SIT-' ""v -- ftP RgESfTMaTrtJtwAirtn.??'.' ' '' " ilfi.i....i.rt.H (iVhif. ..... f . .V. .. .. . 5f ! X Ivl !. $ SOCBETY NEWS OF fvJI HTIIFn TOWNS g Pnrscll Hill Springer wnson our streets, Suliirdny. Geo. Cor.klo culled mi Lewta Oonkie, ono tiny lint wuek Jou Ilulllnu culled on Win. Wlhu IhbI Friday. Irn SliiHlor wuh on our streotH, Friday. Mary Wine wiih the guest of Forest Wine, lust week. Mm, Kohii Wine called on Mm. ICIizu Winu, one dny lust week. Will Wino called on Hill limwn, ono day last week. Arthur VorlieeH called on Otiu Wine, Friday. Hill Hi-own and Will Wine were hauling feed, Saturday. Hill Springer culled on Jacob Wino, one day lust week. Nmery lliinter was on our streets, latt Tuesday. Mrs. Hertliu Haiuter and two children were on our streets, one day last week. Luellu and Mary Wine called on Forest Wine Wednesday evening. Mrs. Klizn Wine called on Mrs. .Inno Conkle, ono day last week. Geo. Conkle spent last Saturday and Sunday nt S:. ...

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. — 10 December 1908

Sjmmmks: Mnmu 1 jp. T f H i wmxi-i.. 'yi, ii imiii.i i ' "! i JJ, ' .,2 L 1 I. . 3 ' J- k'&2::2kZ:2:2k2Zl SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS L'J.1.. ,.l.q j iL mJ JXj A; JJ tfJ m Skunk Hollow Deferred Butchering is t lie order of the day in tills locality. Charles Ellinger and wife visited the hitter's patents last week'. Mrs. Katharine Sollenberger visit ed her daughter Mrs. Noah Yonrlolc, of Lancaster, this week. Seth If. Sollenberger called on his brother Jim, of Lancaster. Was you after high balls again? John Wagner and wife, A If Ranick and wife and Ed Ruff butchered for Charles Walteis, Tuesday. Ed Klump called on John Wagner, Wednesday. Mrs. Clara AVagner and Katharine Sollenberger sold some lino ducks to Kline Bros,, Wednesday. Sarah Ycnrlck, ot Lancaster, called on her sister Claia. Monday. Frank Grim and wife visited Jake Ulmer's, Sunday. Charles Walters made a Hying trip to Enterprise. Sunday. John Blum, Jr., has a smile that won't come oif, another boy. its no wonder his ha...

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. — 10 December 1908

t-i- "-" iftf1 ' . i J ' "v ' THE BIG SHOE SALE CON TINUED UNTIL JANUARY 1st. This will be good news to the people of Hocking Couniy. If you have not been to this sale, ask your neighbor about it. We are doing the business and why not when you stop to think how cheap we are selling shoes. W" l 3 A "" A ft'm H Have you ever heard of shoes being sold H like to know, but we do it just the same; LOGAN, Two I MAIN STREET Stores iiimiiuiiiiiimiimiiuiuii Mound Crossing Butchering u n (I hunting seems to bo the order of the clny. .Joe II. White of this place, lias been lnid up since T hunkegiving will) iwi attack of uppendicitis with very little improvement at this time. The physician in charge thinks no operation will be necessary. John Carr, formerly of South Terry but now of Stringtown, passed through here last Sunday and announced in loud tones, "it's a boy." C. (J. Seesholz, of South Perry, passed through here last Satur day on his quarterly trip to make the pensioners happy, "Sunny fa...

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. — 10 December 1908

ttmUiiiiiw$viiititm&vwMtomftiVKwiivimHiiwiiitiiibifto ti ""in m iiiimnirtM tlWlttmto?f&PWtfiUM't'&m1i'l'mkt'mm)m""r' ' ,MaiMoeit!admmit.tJ&10'' III! IV-" I ?T '.'"' ; ' ,',rr",Twlw","w'"M""M,w'' ' " 'wFMwwiwiwyTwMPiityiiiiiw 'W'WftTOWTiTifWiFV'WWWVflW Klk l& WS STEDEM & CO. 7? iUUiklALlAiULlAtULlAiii,LAAitA,La&iM'i4 LOCAL NEWS Buy your Christmas prcsente curly. ' Mr. John Mnuahan, of Nelson villc, wusin Logun Saturday night. If you live in Logan, tho fair tiling to do, is to do your buying here. Mr. Charles Huston, traveling out of Columbus, was in Logan, S turdny. Several very handsome concreto houses are being erected in Logan, this fall. Miss Rebecca Rohison, of Sugar Grove, was in Logan, Saturday and until Monday. Dr. G: W. Beery, of Union Fur nace is enjoying a few days visit with his daughter in Bermingham, Ala. Mr. J( liti Connors, County Com missioner elect, of Murray City, was in Logan Saturday, on busi ness. TOIS FOR NOVELTY STORE In the Besides...

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. — 10 December 1908

trif .i wi (.f ti,-fiX) f) J i T'" IIW'IKW The DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL ac The Ohio Fanner L0 l'AORS WEEKLY Both One Year for Only $1 50 liiL'lutllii(,r a Copy of The New Hook Concrele Construction on the Farm WIS Oil 0 lUU.UHR is published in the interests of that tfrcat body of A hum loan .Fanners who follow mixed farming. Vou will llnd it an AUI'MOUirV on live stock breeding In all its branches, dairying, cattle feeding, poultry, horses, bees, horticulture, gardening, etc.: a help In liVliKV ONI: of your every day farm operations. Tlii! iiie.sll uisof the day are handled Independently and fear lessly, for the fanners' inteiests, without political bias, and the Mag.i.liie Section, itiohtdlng shoit and continued stories, makes it interesting to the whole family. For oer thirty years It has been the leader of the farm papers of this country, and stands in a class by itself, when practical value for the business farmer Is considered. Clean and reliable. Gives facts and uiolltahlG, practical...

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. — 10 December 1908

ll,-.fl?ni(fil linrtnlh it.-.i i1 "1 A Vi 1 ' ' "-'"t' ' '1 T " VM''SS3ffUWfcrfte KMRtM-a, h.iir4& ii Vifitn.Vfr. 'i".. iii... 1 BMfc 1 "M Euphonium Glee Club. Tho Kiiphoniums nro four bright snappy young nion who know liow to ontertnin easily and well. Tlioy nro tho truo Lyceum typo. Thoy liayo ndmlrablo Blnging voices, which thoy oomblno most eiFectlvo ly In tholr quartottoa. Thoy nro vorsntiln and fill tho evening with etioli varied ontortalnmont that mtfw&s&mmi W ..? !i MkM likill GGESTIONS dtaj X&&L) 4K$t iiUS? tm &m &,' I WWP ! iriir i vri I w r "Ev w. .jE1 n ffsfca m h M 1 Mfc , .Ji mk 'UST'n vtrJ!rr:Z!iZZV HVJKm wwpi Eya4vjpwB their audiences will wonder what Biirpriso will conio next. Mr. Carr posse&ses a delightful tenor voice, which ho uses with true artistic taste, in his solo sing ing. Mr. Mieho will relieve the steady How of music during tho program witli his clevor imperson ations and stories. Mr. Miohe does not horo his audience with s...

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. — 10 December 1908

msmm tf&Qjnx&rstfjpS&gvZ if ' J,gervv19rt 'nj ; h95fs1?''f!W,, SUtpftVrVt T tnff VS.-T ' jiiMt.jtuwwwi.atit'i"Hini iwiihiibbc!iljih uim m ium rwwxmmonMwxroin i.i. .iijlii..tiMi.MiiiMt.JtUBWMi.a'll"'.Cini l-il.ilBB!IMltiUWliiuil Dl iuirWKHBWH.mMB(MiiJHliWiiiiinli'lM'. 11 1 iiummi mi i.i'i m-amii im iiw.mp mm mi 1 ' if .p. .iii.i. 11 11 n... ..ii.j , m Glvo Gov. Harmon a Chance. Many people hereabouts beliovo that Judo llatnion will ninke one or the best governors thnt Ohio Iiiih ever had. tie in recognized ia being a man of splo'dld ability, strict prol)ity, tiiibleinlshucl honor, and of having tliu persorverunco iind c.'inrai' to go to the bottom of tiling, For the pint seventeen your?, with tliu exception of a few inonilia when (lov.ernor Paulson wus on Ills dentil bed, die ttll'uirsof Ohio lutvt) lieen in the IiiukIh of the KepiiblioiiiH. To tillow govern iiiunt'il HnirH to remain in the control of one puriy for 90 long d time In almost sure to give rise to iibunea and...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 December 1908

sryjgjyiinyrwnmwfy .-; ..anaya. a.ii c ywi- :! iwfc.i j ! w HWFtlfrF'"'' ' 58 i -a Should Old j B Acquaintance Be Forgot? Not at Christmas time, nssurodly NOT. 'I'o promote that ehoer which should characterize the season thore must he giving of gifts. Jiut the same old ques tion arises "What shall it he?" Wo 'make no attempt ') answer that question for you in this ad. But our stock will do it for you. Keep this store in mind. To miss our dis play is to miss a good deal of the pleasure that oolongs to the season. Wo desire to mention that from a Standpoint of prices this store will mako it profitahle for you to make your selec tions here. Try to he an early looker. Kessler Bros. L Leading Jewelers. M LOCAL NEWS ' Pop corn at S. C. Hudson's that will pop. Mrs. Harry Hose spent Friday in Lancaster. Mr. Bob Wadsworth, of Orland, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. Chas. King, of Sand Run, .'was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Hubert Lappen returned Tuesday from Liberty, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCray wer...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 December 1908

r;sj.aiutur-iju,'jawiiiWMiMi w w , -n " - - J T if"kt " 1-' V ftfcjwf mWqpj H&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&PI 4 48 FOR A BOY'S Christmas Aiu'l)o(ly who has to buy a Christinas present for a boy knows bow hard it is to lind out what be really wants. Oftrn he does not know himself, and you spend djys trying to think of aomething for him. We Have PlannedL This year we have planned 'to make it easy for you to satisfy your boy for Xinas, and at the same time get him something useful without spending much money. For the Holiday Season We are giving SPECIAL LOW PRICES on all boys suits and overcoats. Our stock of these goods is a little larger than it should be at this time of the year and in order to reduce the stock we are going to give q? W you the benefit of SALE PRICE on all boys suits and overcoats ritlht in the midst ittst in time to make the boys a sensible and useful -.i.. . . iirtsimas present ai a saving cent on every purchase. B...

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. — 17 December 1908

wMn n 4 -- r V - j JH i ffW.4' "J' ' ' yJ "B p4"'' nj l!1l-HJJiaHlftnlH "t'jil"'li'i'-. iJLufuiiil'WWlrt11"" miilll'ljillllill'ln M ''I'f'in"1" )" " f "J" ""' -..-. MMNtMmMM . ' s3 Auditor's Uliloo man i o THE DEMOQRAT'SENTINBL. J Th Only Democratic rpr In the Ocnnty Olrcnlatlcn 3000 One Dollar PrYar Till! OHIO DIIMOOBAT. 27th Ym No 61 rnn uocikino aiiNriNM. estb Year Ho 22 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. m" IK9 JUST ONE-FOURTH OFF ON EVERY SUIT AND OVERCOAT AND EVERY PAIR OF TROUSERS. IT vt HB !N 3 wAl . i y ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Dear reader ponder over the words of this advertisment well, for it be a long time ere you will have such a golden opportunity come your way again, especially at this season of the year. We have decided to make a cut of just One - Fourth Off on every SUIT and OVERCOAT and every pair of TROUSERS in oiir entire stock. This includes all this season's makes, and some very recent arrivals. Now is the time you can make just twentyf...

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. — 17 December 1908

rvrj-Vnt-3?i ) $w?$ VWI ilwwPVHf l II 111 It. I KJmj'UMi" iiiii V1 WilP" TM 1. U - LI lM.-r il L 1 r m -r. .). v.v.ti'WJJ"i-.' J- ' M ,w jj ji ,Jfi ji. J (JfMJ rj rw J usiness bad? Have you a CENTRAL UNION Telephone To in ito now customer:?? To got nearer the old ones? To make buying easy? USE THE BELL CI-NTKAL UNION TELEPHONE COA1PANY Hocking valleY bulletin Columbus and return every Sun day 7:00 a. in. train, $1.25. Fomeroy, Wellston ami Jackson every other Sunday $1.25 and $1.00 respectively, round trip. Chicago, 111., and return No vember 20 and December 4. Good for return until Decem ber 12. $12.00 round trip. Hoiueseekei.i excursion, round trip to Michigan, Decembers. Iome.-eekers excursion to the west, south-west and north- est. For Pin titer Information Call on C. W. Schwenke, AGENT. Wo have a choice selection of All Kinds, host suited to this part of the State. The careful planter will understand the value of our more than 50 Years' Experience Fall planting docs well and ma...

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