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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

T 'VHfriljppJpff J- ' ltes-- ' j ti'--fiijwg''g,mr'w m&&&&&&&&&&m follora soon- SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Pleasant Hill Jacob Kline and daughter Isla, and Mra. Emma Tidd were Lan caster shoppers Tuesday. Albert Edwards, of Buck Run, isjthe champion rabbit hunter of this pluce. Wm. Edwards is seen on our stteets frequently. F "Woltz and P. F. Duplcr and family called on Jacob Kline, Sun day. Mrs. Lilla Lang went to Gibison ville, Monday. Mrs. Pearley Dupler has re turned from visiting with rela tives at Lancaster. GnuAniNE. Enterprise Mrs. Wm. Groye9 and children were the guests of her parents, of this place. Jerry Rlosaer and family were the guests of Geo. Blosser, Sun day. Geo, Klino and fimily visited relatives at Rockbridge, Sunday. Rev. Doyer c inducted services at Antiooh. Mrs. Gertrude Edwards waB n Logan shopper, Monday, Services at this place Sunday night was well attended. James Blcssor made a trip to Logan, Thursday. Vinton Carpent...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

r DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL NmmmmmimmH SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE. 3 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUUl.tSIIKD RVRKr THURSDAY MOHNINd, The Ugnn Printing and l'tibllsliing Co. za 3 3 (INCouroitAiko) l'triU.IMIlliltH GREAT 20 DAYS SALE Vllllttt. (1, l.OW'IIV, I'HKMtllNNT lt.U. ItANHKf,, HK'lll.l'.MIV J. II. DoM.lHOS, NlUTOII I'HAH, II. llKI It ASMO, Kill IOII.I M.l.VAOKIl Ob'KIl'Jlt In Dolllsdii lllook, Hnutti I tool E3W Kliteri'd u Hvotnl Oliui Mnttpr Octulmi' 1 IMJll, lit tin) I'osl ollli'e ill l.lirtiuii (Jliln, iimliir Act (ifl'immoiof Mdi : WTU. A Tremendous Cutting of Prices That Excels Any 1 Former Clearance. 1 1 Sensational slashing of FIGURES thai sound a note of SACRIFICE THROUGHOUT EVERY DEPARTMENT H OF THE STORE. Greatest values ever offered because of a determined purpose to remove stock. H We're going to do it in a twinklingo g i Thursday, December 31, 100ft. & r- AT HOME THE HOLIDAY! Mr. .loo Cuo, of Delaware, wac liniiio for the holiday vacation. Mr. John Davoy, of Columbus, was a Chiist...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

MpPCOM MMI as 8 rf ' Ifc rt' SPJT 0HB ixiyjvi;; 'i.!boll "r; Jt Jt SL JL Jn JIM UU'i ow Ul I f Mr. UtiBBoll Dnvifl Bpont Cliriet In a a In Fultonlmni. Mr. unci Mrs. Josbo Cooloy spent GhristindB in Middleport. Mrs. Jup lies spout the Yliletlde in Columbus with relatives. Miss tlnldlu Smith was the guest of Lancnster friends, GhristnmH. Miss Kanio Sinltli spoilt Christ huh with friends in Starr, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Weatherill were in Lima, Ohio, for the Holi days. Mr. and Mrs. ltort Stedum spent Christinab with relatives in Nel- BOtivllle, Airs. Julia Dow and fuinily spoilt Christmas in Athenu with hor parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Allon were Christmas visitors with rslativos in Nelsonville. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Connors were guest ol' relatives in Cnlnmbus on Christmas day. Mr. Hueli Kby spent Christmas duy and Saturday in Lancaster visitiiij friends, Mr. und Mrs. Will Hntin aro spending the Holiday season in Delaware County. Mr. and Mrs. John Utinlz aio spending the Holiday season wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

bVMHiHiHLHiHHiLiMiliiHiiHHHiiiMiiiiHIHiiiiliiHiilHiLiiiiHHii IWRfwJFWjw! lil H- XT 30C 32S5HP H i Marlon No. G Will Itult, wlfu unci son, and Abe Mowcry, wife and sons, were the Sun day guests of Isaac Hlosser and wife. Will HulT, wifo and son called on Abo Mowury and family, Saturday evening. Edward SMveisnn was seen passing through this vicinity, Sunday. Charles woods was a Lo,ran shopper Saturday. Clyde null" attonded church at Mt. Tabor. Saturday evening. Henry Dorr and wire were Logan shoppers, Friday. HosiwkaIi. Mount Vernon The well on the Kitchen rami was completed last Thursday, and proved to be a duster. James Linn, wife and little son vis Ited his sister, Mrs. Cora Llndsey and family, last Sunday. Mrs. Mary Linn Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Spangler and family, of Tarlton, at present. Clarlsa Caves Is visiting her broth er, Thurman Becker, as present. Mrs. Alice Shlsler called on Mrs. Minnie Gordon, last Saturday. The following people called on Vern Kitchen, last...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

in win 1 SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS m ("K"yV Bcccli Hollow The woattior Is lino at tills writing, bub we aro In doubt as to whether Christmas caino onu day too early fir whether the little snow came one day too latu. Nancy Pattern and Sadie Howdy Miell, c')f Masvlllc, spoilt. Christinas with tlio former's sister, Mrs. David Olark, of Sugar Giovo. S. S. Mohler called on II.N. Howdy shell, one day last week on u matter or business, with the Ebcnc.er Oil & Gas Company. The llrst well of the Ebenezer Oil & Gas Co. Is locatod on the S. S. Mohlor farm. Tho material Is on the ground and work will begin immed iately. Wo hoto It to be a "gusher." The Christmas entertainment at the Luthorn chinch was well attend ed, and all report, a line time. Mrs. 1). K, Miller spent Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. Nathan Cc liagan, of Maxvllle. J. H. Ilowdyshell and family and Alice Marlow toolc dinner with JI. II. Ilowdyshell and family, Sunday. 11 isa Mohler, or Logan, Is visiting her cousin, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 December 1908

r t.TI 3232HW fir SOCIETY NEWS Tourist MrP Oharles Wright, 8r,, will receive t ho Tourist . tub Thurs day nfternnnn. MoPook-GrlfTln Married nl the U It. Parsonage hy llev. .1. V. Willis, Deo i!7, JD08, Mr. OyniB 15. McPcek nnd Miis Dloio Gnllln, both of Lngnn. In Honor of Mr. Allen Mrs. Hollo Murtin entertained, Saturday evouing with cards In honor of Mr. M. It Alien, of Co hunting, who 1b tho guost of Mr. Clarence II. O'tlaro over Christ- niaH. A three courso lunch was served. Six O'clock Dinner Mrs. Johnnny Hudson received n few guests nt six o'clock dinner, Sunday. The guests were: Mrs. Murl Ma Morrow and baby, of Nol sonvillo, Mrs. Life McMorrow, Miss Freda McMorrow and Mr. John Snider, of Springfield. Announcement Purty Honoring her sister Miss Maude McMnnigal, who on J.ui. 12th. will become the bride of Dr. Huf fines, of Columbus, Mrs. John Wollmon entertained her cousins and sister .Siturday evening. The time was spent in hemming towels fur tho prospective bride. An ele gant ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

Wi?mwi, iaraiVimlw. zzntzlZ I ; THE DEMOeRAT-SENTNEL. V ifc- .,, Tni! OHIO DJIMOORAT. 27th Year No 1 TK HOUKINU BHNTINEt, 08th Tom Ho 20 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. Th, Only Democratic Pp,r In tht Otait OlronUtlOB 3000 On Dollar For Tom ymtwamm ,,. r v' . a .- - - - -- i - , . - '-.a.-. .,. t - i . ., ,HHHHHIHrlHliHKrLtHK''-'aa"'aHI REDUCTION SALE - F. BLASIUS & SON ' Begins, Friday, January 8th, 1909 J THE MOST SENSATIONAL PRICE CUTTING EVER INAUGURATED IN THIS SECTION. NOTHING RESERVED; EVERYTHING IN THE STORE MARKED DOWN, all fall and spring stock included. Splendid, new, big stock, Mens, Boys and Childrens OVERCOATS, in many instances cut less than half their original value. SEE PRICE LIST FOR DESCRIPTION and prices. If you haven't received one send us a POSTAL WE WILL MAIL IT TO YOU. This entire enormous stock is catalogued and priced in this list. WE WILL TRY TO REACH YOU ALL WE will pay RAILROAD FARE on all purchase over $10.00. Everything a ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

""fPHf " r "Vlfel 1 V h- , 'Wj, X s Strlngtown Fila Fields, of Columbus, spout several days ot Inst week visiting her sister, Mrs. Roy Beery. Will Kvnns and wire spent Sun day with 11. W. Olowo and family. Lucy Murphy oulled on Mrs. Alien Murphy, Wednesday nftcr . noon. Augustine Blnckston nnd family wore the Sunday guests of C- K. Blackston and family. John Weaver and wife attended church at Zlou, Friday night. J. W. Brooks wns a business caller through this pluco, Monday. Noah Bcougher and son wcro busily engaged in hauling liny to Logan, Monday and Tuesday, Frank Walkor and family woro tho Sunday guests of Wesley Az boll nnd family. Grandmn Nihiser spout Mondny with Lizzie Clark. Mrs. Mary Gordon nnd furuily spent last Thursday with tho formers mother. George Miller and wife wero seen passing through this place Friday. Tony Rectenwaldt and wife, of Logan, spent several days of this week with the latter's pnrents, H. W. Clowe and wife. J. W. Azbell was busily engaged in breaking a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

.ffeL&t4 - . WKi-Uw . . iww r " V"T -t"- - ,f--e w..--.- . n ' . LT - wiw.t.-. -v. - iWfoM-w jkf--V4 i .- - -n. jgllfP WtppWWMWIMWHHWWWWWWiP1WlPfWW JB'Ti w MjT IUH.pu BWi m MV;iffWWWfMfWW'JWWWW pMavmiMPRfmiaivHWannpwnpfvpnv wiimiiiiiiii !ii iiijaOTWMM mwwtijuimHiimmttmrmm m.J 'wft iK.?...ifw.&i SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS g YrtftBgjjftHfc '-t; 'nmmtacUsdiijfuLj -- IDGSl&NflMsMTPtra . or. -a. -x. x. . Sv J . If v. n r-c- r'3 1 i5 Raccoon l tow odd to Buy 1009, and I won tier how ninny hnvo turned over n iitw leaf, resolved to do hotter In the romliiK year. Protracted mooting closed nt Sit. Hltm Inst week. No additions to tlio church, but the church inenibotM were much revived. Protracted meeting Ih In progress nt Anbury at the present writing. Air. Wllllnin Mnson and wife of Midland, Sllch., are visiting their idd homo and friends of this plnee "t present. Sir. Mason has not been here for. twenty years. Sirs. Mnson visited her old homo eight years ago. Hilly Is a soldier ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

sticsmm' inmwiMi,i"ii'm''. liBuTiiHilfcl Hpiiihi -1 DEIVL0CRAT-5ENTINEL -'- CLEARANCE SALE A. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUHI.18U1U KVKRT TltURHDAT MfcrnNIRO. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co, (INCOHVOItArKD) l'uiii.isiimts VllllHI. U. I.OWItV, I'llKllltRST Money is worth more to us than the stocks, as we are needing money to make some vast improvements for Spring. This will be the GREATEST PRICE CUTTING SALE ever attempted in the annuals of the clothing business in Logan or the Valley. Each and every article in this MAMMOTH STORE must be converted into cash within THIRTY DAYS. Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves and everything in the Furnishing Line included in this sale. Hi CI. HAN1KI., .Sri'llKfAKY J. II. Dol.t.lHtlNi KlIITOU UllAH, II. IIM'K ASHI). r.tllllltltl MANAIIKIl OKI-'IOKl III llulllinii ltloclt, Hoiitli Door Klitriml m Mnouliil itluis MiiltiT llctubor 1 ltHHl, lit till' I'nit olllcti Hi I.iijjiiii, Olilo, uiidur Act uf CmiKioisiif Mull !l, IblV. ESMIflHifiS 30 Days Thursday, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

TTinMsrWR sscjw& ft3j ;tf3jffyi?ffi'fr''Sffitf9S& FfiMHKMAiteu MJft oJfAtifcf! . Mf ( -- . !jtn - -A.vAitflHrK. i aw ar i-iy m J tYijjfMjrJ"-'l"t -" - . ibnmi a. .-,..., rT. 1 - imw t Bfr m-i jiviaitJunwiffiwfcteHMiti)iw w awwwwi m kmh ' n- r A3LS Skunk Hollow Mrs. CJriHt Sliull visited John II. Wognor, Xiiiuh. Mm S illonhorger; of Lnncuetcr, vieited his parents, S. V. S llen bargor, 11 couple of days last wook. Manuol Walter, or lttick street, was seen on his road to Enterprise, Thursday. C, W. Walter and wife wore Su gar Grove shoppers, 'Tuesday. Arts. Frank Millor and sister, Fanny Ellinger enjoyed a chicken dinnor at the homo of their par ents, Jacob Ellingor and called on thoir brother, Henry, in tho evo ning. Clara Wagner culled on Henry Ellinger's to see tho big girl that came to stay with thorn. Mis. Julia Klump and Caroline Ulmor visitod Henry Ellinger's, Tuesdap. Clara Wagner and daughters were Lancaster callers, Monday. C. W. Walters and wife wero Enterprise visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

Se&HSffflMji "--v jy " "jrv Vtwrf s" t Reduction IS NOW IN FULL This means much to you. No store in this locality so fearlessly cuts prices as we do when the proper time arrives. We do not want to carry over any winter goods (we have better use for that money). We want to clean out all surplus stocks, all remnants odds and ends, all broken lines and slow sellers, before we receive- our new spring goods. To do this we have cut prices oh everything in our store. Every day during this sale will be bargain day; Big bargains. The biggest bargains, qual ity for quality, that you'll find in this town. We could talk on and on, but the best way is to come to the store and see for yourself. Goods and prices tell the story. ROCHESTER-LITLE CO. NEW YEAR'S E kebslkk's on THE avenue Prosperous New Year to our pa trons and friends. Fuank Kessi.ek. THE IDEAL OKOOKKY CO. We have had a good business and appreciate our friends THE IDEAL (iKOCEKV Co. f. s. case, Druggist and Jeweler. I We have been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

jiii i.1 - - .r-r-ir.i- y.-- J, tULs jnJajZ " TL"7S r-4rOVH lsaKCT-j-r- iTinWJTrT , ,i ..ili i. .11 .rti..ww.,ni r n i,Hr. fvf?rfcrr.tA - - ""T" 1 RJ JUftftSfSSMSi - "JSadttRtefcaJUSi"" rs-i?, flM-f' f 1 fr' 4-i4.iiJJWfe.hl riumwiUi'.llt.1i.w V ! nal4(miiiiiiiiiiiniiwm1ifiiijiirn'iiiwhtnrtfr'..wtl .ii na ttt- k4 UKNJBfi Band at Rink Tonight. Mrs. Margaret llompol spent Mondny nnd Tuesday In Columbus. Mrs. J. M Bray, nftor an HlneRS uf two months Is niuah Improved, Mr. Fred Conkle, of Washing ' ton township, was inLogan Tues day. Mrs. T. B. White, of Zinosvlllo, . was calling on friends hero, Satur day. Mr. J. C. Carpontor, of Rock bridge, was in town, Tuesday on business. Mr. Henry Sohwalback, of Ap ple, Ohio, was in Logon, Tuosday atconding court. Mrs. Will Elsolo spent from Thursday until TuoBduy, tho guest of relatives in St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Cherring ton spent Thursday and Friday with home folksat Bldwell. Miss Bowlby and Miss Estella Finnoy roturnod to thoir school dut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 January 1909

Ma T WT'fTP 7"? W? t.rhJ 'M " - i ' mi i .- . i . . . ..r. - ... ' ey w Whist Club Mra. Dr. Aplln will roeMvo the Ladles WhiatOUib, ntxt Saturday. Kensington Pnrty Tho Muecnbno Indies will give n Kensington party, Tliurfdny aftor lUWIII. Thlmblo nnd Art Mrs I'lill U.iclKHtfr will lie Iioh tess Tor the 'riiitulilc and Art Club next Wednesday TourlstFunoy Work Mr?. Churles Wright Sr. and Mrs. K 11. C'omly havo isauod liandMinie invitations to meet tlio Tourist Club on Thursday nnd for a Fancy work party on Frldny, both to ho given at tlio homo of Mrs. Wright. . Saturday Club Miss Naomi Jones was hostess for tlio S iturdny Club at ho- homo on Main street, Saturday after noon. Miss Minerva White hnd an excellent paper on "Dickons as a Caricaturist" and Mrs. D. A. RiuiiipIIh a very pleasing writing on "Walter Savage Landor," both of which wero much enjoyed. Wutoh Party Miss Eula Hort gave a Watch Party, Thursday night to twelve of her friends and quito a jolly time was spent in watching ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

nut if ' V - i mU-4-- m nTtrtUilTilrt-rifcHtiVufn'iinf jj ,. n -.-W. -. "zxssszj '!?. Vt1.. L....x..t'j ff fA. ,. - rfU-fc-- it Jai L Mrtln )nn nUtf THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINBL. THfi OUIO D11M00KAT. 27th Your No 3 THE HOOKING BliNTINKL OOlh Ym Ho 20 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909. The Only BtnioortlloFipir In thi Ooaity OltoaUtlon 3000 On DolUr Per Tir m. - "1 1 J J..-! J .M ,v TIE VILLAGE COUNCIL STARTS OFF N W 'Ei R Willi Long Session of the City Fathers on Tuesday Night Gave Evidence of Determination, On Tuesday night tho villngo fathers wero again giving over their time to tho good of tho follow man, and looking after tho inter ests of tho town und Incidontly clearing their oaths. The honor able body and tho Muyor wore in executive session before tho meet ing und after, so that thoro must be a hon on or a lion coop dis covered not locked. Something is on and it might ha that they nre seriously discussing the advisabil ity of again securing the services of ono ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

v; lamSM JdMSB3fiBiiHHIHJIE :gv"?.r,"'i-" !T 'T11 EEC & 5 Ifc 3" MlWlflHWlft . i ITHAT UNPRECEDENTED CUT 1 I P SALE IS STILL GOING ON 3 j ATTHETHORMESS-WHIBHTGQ. 1 c Hundreds of people have taken advantage of tho luii'ttiti hi'i'u presented uiul there are j "PS still hundreds of bargains for lliose to (-onio. S US SOCETY NEWS THEY WILL NOT LAST ALWAYS g Better take advantage of them while Ihpy hit. This is certainly a golden opporl unity. ALL COATS AT ONE - HALF PRICE What a (JliAXI) OPPOIHTXITY this is to secure a HOOD (1AKMKXT. Jollity Mrs. Manuel Wolf will recelvo tho Jollity Club, Monday night. LndloB Whist Mrs. Fred KoohoBter will re ceive tho LiulloB Whiat Club, Sat urtluy. Kensington Tlio W. U. 0. Kensington party for January has tteon jinstjioticd until tho Ilrst Friday in February. Sowing Clrolo Mrs. Frank Roan will receive tlio Sowing Circle Club, Thursday af t or noon nt tlio homo of her moth er, Mrs. .1. A. Stiora. THE CO. Mr. George Ober in the Bishop. On Monday eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

r infcUiii..j i. WUi I .... 4. -, .Jv - -, WtJCAS ( 1 w 5' r El IIMJJI Mil I .li.lH.'!ll!"W DEM OF LO Mr. I. I. Kins lvlneor k of tlfo tlr koopB a rooord every year of tlfo uruths of Logan people and ho hai our thanks for furnishing ub tlio following! DATB OK DEATHS OP LOO AN I'EOl'l.K K011 YKAU 108. !uti. 2nd. Joint J. Rodohoavor and" Mrs. John Donovan; 10th. Qoorgo Hale j lOili. Ilonry Plunk, Ed. K. Miles mid Mrs. H. J. Wood worth, died at Haydonvlllo; 21st. Chas, Shoemaker and George B,' Blosser; 28th. Win. Zowo(Suvoy) and Fred A. Rochester; 20th, Mrs. S E. Stiverson. Fob. 2nd. Mrs. Lena Angel Summon, dlod at Huntington, W. Vu, ; rth. Irene Qulnn ; 0th. Mrs. Leo Black; 15th. Infant cliild of Mr. and Mrs. John Rider; 10th. Mrs. Otto Kunodo; 20th. Mrs. Daisy Hutchison Scott, died at Newark, Ohio. March lBt. Mrs. A. C. Sands; 5th. Mrs. Thomas Collins, died at Athens ; 0th. Mrs. J. H. Myers ; 10th Mrs. Henry Leach and Allen Oldfield,' died in Missouri ; 25th, Infant of Mr. and Mrs. H...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

wmam 5r .- . nx$rrF I--T , smxmmm'. 'iij"i,')--' v; i iiihhhm". -' ii ' ii nnMnmi' DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FU-MIU-D ICVKHY TIIURflUVT MliJlKINCIi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co, (iMCURPl)RAlRll) lMJIH.lSllKlM Vlllltll. 0. I.OWItY, !!.(. HAN4KI., J. It. DoM.lHltN, ' OlIAH, JI.llKl'K- A SHIP. I'ltfMltlKNT HKOllKrAKY t'.illTOK IltlllllltilM.VNAIlHK OKKtl'K: tn DoIIIkim llluclt, Houtli Door Knlcrod iin Mvcoml i.M'iii Mtittor Uatutiur I lixjtt, ia tlw I'oit titlliMi in I.nijniit Ohio, lliuler Act oft mmrei'tot Jli'h II. 1H7I'. Thursday, January 14, 1909. -Vrrte.wriftW1v-.M!l ',,T,1''B-ii.w.HvMiwiiwrs3iwwww v S , - -- -------------------------------M--BB--B--BBHBBBflBBBBB1 an ni tri g sgggggggig r BBM W .2 rI C3 fO j -t irf ; ,n . w S J 3 I CA) n O iSs ftMiliiliU!' o'tll illfj lil i Ii ii f. P;i rl HI V 4 V f t. BEECH HOLLOW. Protracted incotlngH are tn prog roBM ut the Hurninny l'. 11. church mid ut Mnxvlllo M. R church. Thcio litis boon largo attendance at both place...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

M w ,r F I HMPPTP j juinyuww ii qwwwwwiwi ijmtimi.Ljuxnii,uiHiiiinui' niw-uiiiiimwyu'HfyB-nmi4 UimniimiiinjmnwmmiiiuiJijin-L-ijiMiiem.i.w4JUUJ.jj.jj mn AN ORDINANCE O II o o in 01 oooo o o o a m q cj t ifj o in o in C 1) tn rt-. 1 rt " . "H-" rj 3 Appioprfcillntf monuy hair year eliding .lit in for 1,1 10 Hscal 11c ."lOtli, 1909: llnll iirilfilucit liy tho rmiiu of tlie VIU Inun of I,innii, Htnto f Ohio! Ht'cllonli TlinMltorn Is liemliy nmiroprl. nti'tl ftirtlm MkciiI hnlf yonr oiiiIIiik June nn, I ww, mit of llm moueyi known in ho in tlio t) O P to ironury.or cjtlinalt'd locoitm Into It itur lliK tliitslx iiirmtlia noxt procpillim unldiMlli ilny 11 ,lti tin, inn, front (tin collpction of lax esnnd nil otlmr soiircou nf rovciuio, for onoli of tho ovcinl olijocls for wliloli thiicornom loiii ici'M-ll, tliu Vlllnup of Loriiu, Htnto of Ohio. Iini to provide, tliu followinn ntnounn lO'll I OKNlUtAIi fUNi). mi o 73 rt n "5 o s rt ft -3 4J . 3 "! x tn f iiii 1 1 n Midi h; : f if telle ih ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

K "' to h in JV a: p r t WMira!iggffW'f Official Report of Agriculture. Tho following estimates nre based on the reports received from tlie ofllciul crop und livo stock cor respondent of the Department : Corn Condition in crib com pared with average years, 101 per cent. Corn Condition in shock com pared with average years, 9S per cent. Corn Amount not yet husked, a per cent. I Corn Amount of crop that will bo fed on the farm, 7S per cent. Hogs Condition compared with average years, 93 per cent. Hogs Number fattening still in farmers' hands, L'2 per cent. Fall Pigs Number compared with average years, 79 per cent. Fall Pigs Condition compared with average years, 93 per cent. Sheep Condition compared With average years, 1).j per cent. Cattle Condition compared With average years, 93 per cent. Horses Condition compared with average years, Do per cent. One month ago the condition of the growing wheat was estimated at CO per cent, compared with an average, and while the present re port sh...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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