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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

tttt (Mi,t , 'fry "ft L IWi Jj J. . mt tf.ftna. wa. Mtm, . -vt-w. . - rr ft i"- I THE ANNUAL Big Red Tag Reduction Sale Is Still Going On Hundreds have saved money by attending this sale. Why not you? You can make a saving of M, l4 and lz on everything you buy. Every thing is reduced in price Rochesier - LOCAL NEWS Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Wood were visitors at Haydenville, Sunday. Mrs. Sam Shaw of Bremen, is the guest of Mrs. Charles Adcock. Mr. Lew Pursell, of Nelsonvillo, was the guest of his mother, Bun day. Mr. Noali Carpenter, of Rock bridge, was a visitor in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Will Nimon and daughter, of Orland, were in Logan one day last week. Miss Stella Storandt, of Lancas ter, was the guest of Miss Clara Quinn, luBt week. Mr. John Rempel and family left Saturday for Calfomia to spend the winter. Mr. Mel Dennis, of Cleveland, waB in Logan, Wednesday, visit ing his old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shrader, of Route 0 Logan, were visitors to Logan last Saturday. Mrs, Thomas Brad...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 January 1909

7ZZL4mm'Kt'mtrMri-toviemA ii E STRENTZ Bl LAPPEN C! A T Tf m ft ?l 1'aydrt.y l5 on nt tlo (.hops to tiny. Kclitor K. At McKiiy was in Co In mtitiB, Tu's-i'nv. MIuh Initio Kuy hu returned hi mo Omu M't'li(n Mr, 15 i M Mil Inn moved licro from Charleston, W. Vn. Col. W. . Krlesr.er, of Siigiu Orovo, was in l.oiui. Mnulny. Horn tn .Mr, niid Mrn. OliatloB ICrizer, of Nolsonvillu, h son, Khurill' Williamson wus in Ijitiirelvlllo and Columbus this week. Messrs. Ford Smith and Hoyd Wright wore Lununstcr visitors Sunday. Mr. Cruin Wiiikor wus enlled to Cedar (J rove by tho dentil of li is mother. Micis Mtiriu Parsons went to Co lumbus Sunday to vUit Dr. and Mrs, Powell. Mr. and Mrs. H K, Hose arc in Columbiif-, Cincinnati nnd Daj ton this week. Mr. Floyd Copolnnd, of 1 1 'lin den, was th 3 guest of friends in Logiin, Sunday. Attorney Wm, K. Martin was in attendance on Court hero Satur day of lant week. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Davidson, of Athens, were tho guest of Lo gin friends last week, Messrs...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

4 ' f ' ;m ). w THE DEMOeRA T-SENTINEL. dVtor Oft," - . iVn I'ltn OHIO DflMOOlUT. 27th Tent No 3 Till! H00KIN0 BKNl'INMt (18th Yaar No 37 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909. The Only Domocmtlo Paper In tha Oonntj OlrooUtlon 3000 One Dollar Fer Tear -a fer Reduction Sale F. BLASI11S & SON- fc 1! i Js -T Still in Do not delay, come now, every day cuts the supply, if you fully appreciate the opportunities this merciless price cutting offers you. We will close this stock down to a frazzle. We want $7,000.00. We must have $6,000.00 from this sale. Remember the con ditions that forced this awful reduction may not. happen again in years. We did not want to do it. We Have More Good Clothin Look up last weeks paper, STUDY THE LIST IN LAST WEEKS ADVERTISEMENT. Every garment in this enormous stock was re-marked and cataloged in this list, if you haven't seen one write us a card and we will mail it to you, you can study your wants, bring your list and we will show you t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

I.ter--1 RVMMMWRM0R9MH9MlHi Si fa THE PRESIDENT AND THE HOUSE There seems to bo Home controvorsy betweon tlio President of the United States and the House of Congress. The chief executive hue seen ilb to placo postmasters of nil eastern and central Htates on the civil service busts and assigns us his reason that there has boon too much bartering of patronngo on the part of congressmen which renders the service in such olUcou often In the lunula of vory incompotont men, who, by reason of their pull with the congress man personally, have secured these positions and are wholly unfitted and a dlsgraoe to thu service. In face of these fietB, and the president believes them to be facts, tuul he is not fur oil' from the truth, tlio congressmen have taken on torribly. They aro hooked that the President would even hint at such a thing, and they claim to be willing to Btand up and be searched. Well, perhaps they had better not make too much of u splurg about the awful? accusa tion of the Pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

MUlMilMiMMlH )" w wfr I BlWIIWH IINII'i.1 'II ii'i'liU" hill III' MI'WM'I III Hi I III IlilPHIMi l.iW I I'iMflillllil HMMnl I II I . . JI'UWIIll MLMMm g22gg&2:H pROBATE COURT.... Application to bo appointed gnnrdian for Melisna J. Lee, an imbecile, filed by J. M. Looniis. Ordr for bond filed in sum of $1000. Bond npprovod and letters iesued to J. M. Loomia, us gunrd ian. Olioico of guardian made by minor heirs of George W. Suvoy, deceased, in favor of E. W. Davis, of Logan, Ohio, as guardian of minors. Application filed by K V. Davis for the guardianship Albert E Savey and Francis E Savoy, llond ordored in sum of $1)00. llond approved and letters issued. - Inventory and appraisement made and filed by II. II. Rurtlett, administrator of the cstato of Mary Itodehswer, deceased. Order for appointing appraisers having been iesued heretofore. Jan 5 Firstr and final account of T. H. Davis, administrator of the estate of Klizi .T. Davis, filed For hearing Jan. 29, 1909. Order for privat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

fei'lffl)WMiwifciaJ r-y5WWSswAsi , I t ') r $1 2.75, tTntloubtodly the equal of any $!J0.00 made to order suits. Wo formerly sold these .suits at l$20,00. You'll our showing of this particular At Strentz & Lappen's for 10 days. H. I SOCIETY NEWS Domestic Tho Doiui'Ntlfi Club will moot, Thursday with Mrs. Will White as hostess. W. C. T. 0. The W. 0. T. U. will moot with Mrs. John Timborlnko, Friday af ternoon at two o'clock, Club Banquet Tho Nondescript Club will givo a banquet to their husbands, Fri day evening at six o'clock at the homo ol Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Case. Juntas Tho .Inula Club will meet Mon day evening with Misa Jessie Mc ManiRal. The evening's enter tainment will be of a musical na ture. Oriole Club Tho Oriole Dancing Club gave one ot their semi-monthly dances last Friday night. The attendance was not very large but a most en joyable evening was spent by those present. Nondescript Friday afternoon the Nonde soript Club met at the homo of Mrs. Adam Lutz, responses to ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

I' I ilV An Unusual Bargain! Men's 85c Blue Apron Overalls reduced to An a pair 50c Apron Overalls reduced to ( PQp a pair fevL . -This lot consists of about 40 pairs stripe denims. Our reg ular 50c stock. The reason: These overalls are slightly soil ed, but not damaged in the least. Don't wait; come at once At Strentz & Lappen's for 10 days. LOCAL NEWS Miss Emma Hooker spout Friday In Columbus. Mr. Tom l?rieo spent Thursday in Columbus. -Mr. Kit Price was visitor Thursday. u Columbus Mr, Clias. K. Yontz spoilt Wed lHiflcluy in Columbus. Koxie Cnpp, of Gihiann, spent Monday in Logan. Mr. Hurley Whitoruft spent Monday in Columbus. Fr. Steiner, of Pittsburg, is tho guest of Fr. Richards. Charles Horton, of Rockbridge, 'viyB in Logan, Monday. Mrs. George Clark, of Lancaster, wus in Logan, Monday. Mr. Kd Jonas, of Murray City, spent Sunday in Logan. fliC flC Gives you your choice of 50 suits thai formerly ill Til soltl for $10-00- T,10S0 aro rnro vnl" and IjJUiUU every one less than...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

S 3SSS!&B3 Hiiwuti'j na.WtHV''iH iWm'iim niii'iKm m i miiwwiwii ii hw,i mwnromw .mhiii i i u n SfytPWMref VWTViv fliIBflSWWW'tl'",'0T' 4 GROOMING COUNTS Uul it caimol maka a Tulr Skin or a Ulotiy Coal. Women Itn Komi rnmplcMotis coiinut lio liomely. Cri'iima, lotion, vn'lios nml pollers (niiliot tniiko In f.ilr sV.ln. livery f(. &J fc hofei 1MI LtinWS that VI VaA ""' !"tl" ""lt- "f llis L7r, iliniouii1tiL'it comes jin.u llio uiiiiiml'H ':ill-lii;ld" eoiiilltiun. J.it t ho Ihiixi' not "uirliMiciV'aiul lili i-nut timet dull. Ctir- ivIiir, liruihlm,' iiinl tul.1i ii" will ulvo liliu u i'Iimii tout, hilt v iniiiit produce tin' eiivrti'il Miiootline-'i iuhI hIoh4 cif tlio lmi !' skin, Which I- ltl-4 com plexion. 'I'liu lttillfH Mill Hfei llie luiltit. Lane's Family Iithn lc-t proprtrallon for Indira who iles'.ru n i'ii'le lnutlo mi'ilii-'iiii! tlmt will t:ivo llie In ily perfect cloiihlhiesi nit nully unit thu wholc-miune-a tli it iirnitili'i'ii surli slsiiw ns paintors 1,...i ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

' H ? ft' 1 V&f raEXX2a SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS cssi vi Hj Jfj taHi JL Jl jC Jt iJt i tTVjim NOTICE TO COUNTRY COR RESPONDENTS Because of tho rush of advertising during fclieao days our oolumiiB arc bo crowded that we wilt need ask our country correspondents to confine them selves to news only. Send ub the nWB iteniB and leavo out tho stories ot adventure for awliilo un til tlio rush of advertising Is ovor. Wo thank you for favors and ap preciate a nine. DKMOOUAT'SKNTtNKf. Skunk Hollow Wo are having cooler weather at presont. Frank and John Miller called on S. W. Sollonborgor, Wednesday. Kd Run" Is busy hauling wheat to thu mill, theao days. H. W. Sollenborger was u caller at Sugar Grove, Friday.. Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. Frank Johnson visited the latter's parents, Mr. Carpenter's, ono day last week. Hud Tipple and family vlBited the latter's parents, Sunday. Mrs. David Elllnger visited Caroline Wlmer, ono day last week. Ed Klump sold a fine fat calf, Wednesday. Henry Ell...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 January 1909

wj,ygyqaNritg " KY .w.t..lyt.JTrwiy'g ainmwnmimnmnwiimmn I STRENTZ & LAPPEN'5 3 3 -X-m.ytsK wyMMM;J WONDERFUL CLEAN UP SALE Wonderful Bargains Will Continue Until Wednesday Evening, January 27, 1909 No (withstanding weather conditions which prevailed on Saturday, the opening day of our wonderful clean up sale, our store was crowded all day with a most contented crowd of eager shoppers who realized that when we put on one of our famous 10 day sales, it is going to be a hummer. Never have we made such sacrifices and never in Logan has such an opportunity (0 buy , J an a.. I Clothing, Shoes, Hats In all your experience, you never saw a sale with so many HEAPED UP, SHAKEN DOWN AND RUNNING OVER BAR-' GAINS. HWe are giving ourselves just TEN days to clean up all surplus stocks and if you have not been here, ask your neighbor and he will tell you that every article is being sold just as advertised. If Don't hesitate, don't wait, pay no attention to what others say, but come at once and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

r I BMOQRA TSENTINEL. JKL M. ML mL-?q& ' .1 TUB OfllO DHMOOKATt 27thTrNo4 THE HOOKING SENTINHt. OBth Year No 28 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1909. The Only Democratic Taper In tin County OlronUUon 3000 One Dollar 3?r Year M ) 1 !) INC I PR ON Oti Tilofldny night of tills wook tlio rogular mooting of tho council Wiib held at tho city building and nil tho monitors responded to tho roll call, and tho guardiaiiH of tho portals or this immicipul looked well and happy, in tho face of tho proposition that on tho morrow they are to bo sawed and quartor , od-in a $10,000 00 dam ago suit for spilling their dirty soworago into tho Hocking river. Strange to say there was never a word said dur ing the ovonlng about that groat event of so much importunco to our town, It might bo that they were like tho old fellow in tho Amen cornor, asleep, having ex plicit confidence in Parson Whit craft working things out all right. Councilman Hay again aired his old chronic ailment, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

EWWWWWBHWWlASltl H"!laPBHB jaMh. TW1M tJUUwiifwwwiii.iiiim'iwu.iiiwi.iiw.wwMiwwMwffwiw ,11 Ff tf WHO PUT THE COX MAN ONjTHE FINANCE COMMITTEE? Isn't it strntige that tlio Republican papors which falsely charge tlmt the Democratic senators wore in alliance with Cox because tlioy declined to mix up in tlio row botweeti Riptih'lc'iiti senators, have said ab solutely nothing about a Cox man being put on tho houao Finatiooi committee? A Kopiiblloun (speaker did tlmt. It can't bo blamed on tho Democratic minority in tho hoiiso. PROPOSED LIQUOR RESTRICTIONS. We received a letter last week from tho Liboral Leuguo of Akron, Ohio, with enclosed a copy of the liquor legislation proposed by that organization, for the operation of that business in Ohio. Tho laws laid clown by the proposed statute aro certainly strong enough, and had they been in force many years ago, they would have prevented the "awful dry spoil" that has ovortakon us in tho past year. Tho liberal citizens of Logan and every ot...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

""Wrr ijflf-'n' &r- ." v-, i , , ,-. I "i .( V A.u.tw M f ' MKJt tbcr'Towjg W IkP Pleasant Volley Otto A. Klitiw nnd wifo wore in Logan, Sunday, tho guests of the former's sister, MrH. Leu Stleia, who !h reported as being Hick. Ed and Boyd f Jotikel attended mooting ut Antiock U". B, Church, Sunday evening. S il ndny School rit the Fiiirview 'M. E. Church wna well attended Sunday, considering tlio condition of tho roads. Mr$r.. Arthur Undines, of Logon, passed through our valley Sunday. Hen Highloy wns seen tuking a walk for his heulth Sunday. Pearl Ziogler, of Cream Ridge, wns a caller in our valley Sunday. Mrs. Isaac Vancuren was the iguo'stof Mrs. Geo. Conkel, Friduy. Homer Kitchen, of Pine Valley, was in our midst on business Fri day. Mrs. John Denison was the Sun day visitor of Dan Ringhiser and family. Hon. Abo Kline, who formerly was a resident of old Hocking, nnd who now has his place of abode in Trumbull county, was with some of tho people of our valley "paying call's a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

STw,rr.arM -fw- r -jyv1"''' 'l-t'',lft' """f Hl iCU W .." msmvmim w'Si n fiMii 7wlriii"iiiiiiMiigws Atii The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure, Healthful, Delicious Food DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. fUHI.IUIlRll KVKHV 1IIU1IHDAY MOItXINII. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IM'OUPOUAIhl)) l'UiUitsur.it.s VlHOII. C. UtfllT, - I'lllISWKNT U.ti. ItANHKI., SfCllFIAHV J. li. DOI.I.ISON, KlUTOIt (lltAB. II. HhCK AstO, KDlrORtlMANAUKK OKKIOK: In Dolllson liluck, Houtli Door Knterod na Second Clam Mutter Ootobor 1 IWHj, lit this ic-.t olllL'u nt I.ognu, Ohio, umlor Act of ('onurots of Mcli :i, 1S7U. Thursday, January 28, 1909. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Charles King, of Sand Run, whs a visitor in Logan on Satur day last. WANTED a girl to do general housework. Mi:s. S K. MoBuiiir,. Mr. Wm. Moore, the genial storekeeper at Gibisonville, was a visitor in Logan, Wednesday. Trinity Lutheran church ser vice, next Sunday, Jan. 31 at 7 p....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

ff- I . f Wl i ..- !. D. SILVERMAN, Ladies Tailor and Exclusive Designer ---ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY---I am just in receipt of my first installment1 of foreign and domestic samples for immediate delivery, and, while realizing it is rather early to talk SHOP, I am compelled to keep my help employed during these, as a rule,' dull months, in my business. I have therefore decided to give all my friends and patrons an opportunity to secure their Easter Suit or Skirt 'in advance of the usual season's rush, and in order to do so I will make -to your measure and upon your own selection any Suit in my Entire $25. line for Fifteen Days only for $18.50 which is just about first cost to me. I assure you of my hearty appreciation for your past patronage and hoping to share a continuance of same. I expect to increase my working force during the coming season and I will be better able than ever before to care for my large increasing business, REMEMBER this Sale starts February 1st and closes Feb...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

,, yflM MtM8Jfcb wmmmmgmmmim k in th k "t s tf SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS ntitl wlfo, nn January 11, r boUnc ing boy. Mother mid bilie nro dn itig nicely, but the father, oh my. s m H "'" """w fc$ The scholars nil wondered why the . " . , . ? fet05?S?S;3?tS;5?fll tHUj,er 'ore suoh abroad siiitlo tl Bi New Plymouth Mrs. Jntnes Mtlssor nnd datigl tor have gone to New Brighton, Clcur Creek We are having snno very lino weather at thin writing Frank Ilulford, of Rockbridge, wm seh passim; through our vicinity laat Tuesday on route to .Joseph lltid.ey's Charley Lindeey and cousins Huesell and ilarvey Utiilsey, nailed on Orovor Klick, Tuenday evening. Wm. Carpenter was a Sugar Orovo visitor Tuesday. iMifis .ophultndu Lindsoy is working for Frank Cornstalk at Rockbridge. James Stump, who bus been working at Aehville, spent a few days at this place Inst week, Mrs. Nanny Morris took dinner with John Klick and wife, Tues day. John Klick and wife spent Tues day with Mrs. Mary Carpenter, of Ita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

w u Win. JF. Eiaele DKAMCU I Granite and Hnrbtc Monuments. Rook rlostor, Plastering, and l'lnstor of Parle MAIM BTOtlpOflllO llOOUKSTItR'B HTORIi THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGAN OKMOE HOliltS 0 TO 8 1'itUl In Cash CiUnl $nO,00(i C. E. HOWKN, Prcaidont, H. II. HARRINGTON, Vice Proa. P. MRADK BOWKN, Cashier. Does u General Bunking Busi ness, RocoIvob Deposits, Discount? Paper und Buys itnd Sells Ex change, apr (5-ly Bunk in Jamos Block The Rempel National Bank of -Logan' Successor to the Uempel Banking Co. Capital . -. . i .8 r,0,00l).00 Stock Iloldois Liability.... 50,000.00 Responsibility of Dlieetors LV,o,0()0.00 Total Responsibility .. :W0,()00.00 John V. Ri:mikl, Pic&ldont. H. E. SnvnnsoK, Casliicr. ECZEMA and PILE CURE BDCDKnowlnc what it was tosuf JrKCCier, I will give FREE OF CHARGE, to any afflicted a positive cure for Eczema, Salt Rheum, Ery sipelas, Piles and Skin Diseases. In stand relief. Don't suffer longer, write F. y. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhat tan Ave. i.N'ew Yoik. Enclose S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 January 1909

PflWiBw' W "WW""!?-' . " kij r a wfy itnm r.TBiiwi'iima nnr-nx.iAWWiiW( - -v -J- 1L.I....U1.1U J..... ...-. -l " ".'Jj J ' ";, . ' . ,LJZJ,J LIU !H-J llZ.'''r''T'-'M"'T?-"''''?''M'MW"'MmUU I1IMMIM1WIHIUII mm .mm nam hi 8TKENTZ fc "JjAPIrHlN'S GREAT CLEAN UP SALE Mki !' h-'i I v- f v I I i 1 I j I Pi rt v CLOSED, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27tli, 1909 This has been the most remarkable sale in our history. Wc have disposed of more goods than wc ever expected to. Every day during this sale our store has been crowded with people who ap preciated the big value giving and took advantage of this opportunity to buy the best Notwithstanding our great success a sale like t.his, naturally will leave us with some odds and ends in all departments that wc still wish to dispose of and iri order to do this THE SALE ON THESE ARTICLES FOR A FEW DAYS We have a few Overcoats, about 10 Suits a good assortment of Mens Trousers and Working Coats, also a few Heavy Gloves, Lot Hats. These items will all be cleaned ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

,". up W " "- wv "W t DEMOeRA T'SENTINBL. 'jmM MI! oniO DEMOOBAT, 27th Ym No 0 THD HOOKING BENTINEI. 08th Ter Mo 29 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1909. The Only Democratic Paper In the Oonnty OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year WttM&&k&Sdk& Hocking County Farmers' Institute - wwrffimwiw?w 't "jj"1 - JUrf JT JT JL-c JfcsfSI N , 7 ji Tl HK FAIIHKKK INSTI TUTE of Hocking I county, as was , pro gramed, came on in tho court hniiBo on Friday and Saturday of last week, and diopito the weather, wliicli was tho most disagreeable of any time of tho year, tho Institute was one of the most interesting and tho best attended of any for many years. The average attendance for the session was 100 which is far groat er than any previous year. It might be said that tho location for holding the institute was in the favor of attendance. The court house seems to be the ideal place to hold the annual agricultural gathering. Tho Opera House is not located good for that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

Jf l-IFfn V" ?PT?yFmv ' " " ' wTJy""ffPH! immnwwtmwmnmmwmtnnmitmmmwmmmwwiimmmimm i t DELAY - THE SALE IS STILL ON - BUT EVERY DAY LESSEN YOUR CHANCE This is a Rare Opportunity. We Still Have Plenty of Good Things, But They Are Going Fast. REDUCTION SALE-CLOTHING 1 Er 3 F. BLASIUS & SON tfulu.i.iu.i.mu.miuu.u..im..iu.mmmimi r ON GOING LOCAL NEWS George Brooker.of Murray City, spent Monday here. Mrs, Will Klselu spout Wednes day iu Columbus. Mrs. John White was a Lances ter visitor, Wednesday. Mre. J, T. MeCormiok la the guest of Col nut lui h rolutivoB. Miss Ethel Whitcraft, of fron ton, Is the guest of relatives. Minn Grace Simmers, of Murray City, was in Logan, Monday. Miss Corn Kelloy Hpont from Friday until Sunday in NelRonvillo. Mre. Otto lies was a visitor in Columbus, sovonil days this week. Mr. A. H. Zimmerman of lit. 1, Orland, was in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. Tom Miles is homo oil' his run of several weeks on the road. Mr. James Duffy has moved hie family to Logan from Hem ...

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