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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

"m'Vf wwwff n iiygimwjm m mwwu if pw aw n ww'wtw t i r'? lmw ii r i j 1 1 , i i j ii Mn h 1 1 u n j w f inn m l 'itn-i'iji' jmm" ii mi i ii i i i i in j 'jjijjui itftl Ay J iWHUIj . 1 J L Jl " IE- W- ', ' A E "-J ' ' ' '-L' I; -' -' " "T 6, : :.v I 'll' P w . J A ki J I K 0 Sa A Good 30Day SPECIAL OFFER Through an arrangement with the Publishers of 1 "The, Cincinnati Post," we are able to make New and Old Subscribers a most extraordinary Offer. READ THIS OVER, and send in your order T0- AY. The Cincinnati Post (daily) 13 Months, (340 ISSUES) WITH Beautiful 1909 Art Calendar AND The Democrat-Sentinel All Three, $2.50 THE CINCINNATI POST is the Leading Daily Newspaper of the Middle West, fn it you will find All The News, Best Cartoons and Editorials, to gether with Accurate and Complete Markets. Owing to "The Post's" absolute independence In all things, you get ALL THE NEWS without fear or favor. THE ART CALENDAR is certainly a beauty. The size is 10x25 inches, panel shape, and is pri...

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. — 4 February 1909

r JH'W ' NwtiiV JSrtMBWaWEWW r; l' rvas HmMiWiU4IIUIMWMMUMIMIPWtlJWWW F s1 rl DEMOCRAT- SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FltllMBIIKn KVKHT TJIBIUDAY MOUNlNd. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INfUttPOKAlRll) mrtititMitniw Viiton.t'.l.owin, l'KKrtiDKNT H. U. II.VNHKIi, ' HKOKRTA11Y .1. H. IloM.IHIIN, KlIITflll CllA-4. Hi llKt'K ! ASSO. HlltlltllitMAMAIIKll Ob'KlOUl Iii Dolllion Itlock, Hoiltti onr Kutercilns Hecotnl )lns Mutter Octotior 1 IWM, nt Iht) 1'oMl iitticu tit l.oauu, Ohio, unilar Act of Cmmrossof Mi'h :i, lsrw. Thursday, February 4, 1909. SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS w J ji Jv Jti ljj J O" West Hocking Mr8. Anna Hunt find son havo moved from the "Widow's Row", near Tarlton to tlio Judy farm on Moccasin. May McClelland was tho guest of her friend, Mildred Kershner, over laBt Thursday night. Howard Hockman, of Grinnel Iowa, was tho guest ol S J. Wolfe and family, a part of last week, F. A. Carlisle, of Portsmouth, 0., was tiie pleasant guest of A. M. Fox, over Wednesday night...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

A 9 V T Logan Opera House FRIDAY, One Night Only Gf THE MERRY WIDOW ITORTY and her beauty chorus MIRTH, MUSIC AND MERRIMENT The Following Musical Numbers : ACT I Tbe Lanky Yankee Hoys in Blue ..; : MlssNellie Whalen and Chorus Games of Childhood Days. .Joseph Ileliil.man and Chorus Down In Jungle Town Miss May mo McPharlan and Chorus Santiago Flynn Russell Craner and Chorus Finale Grand Company. ACT II It's Great to be a Soldier Man Miss Nellie Whalen and Chorus In the Good Old Irish Way. Miss Mayme McPharlan and Chorus I'll Be There Mrs. Ben Craner and Chorus Good Bye Joie Miss Nellie Whalen and Chorus Gay Manhattan Isle Russell Craner and Chorus Finale Grand Company. ACT III Sahara Mr. lien Craner and Chorus The Bullfrog and the Coon.. .Miss McPharlan and Chorus nee Haw Maud i Mr. Ben Craner and Chorus Bessie and Her Little Brown Bear Maxine Craner and Chorus Finnic Giand Company. LOCAL NEWS Flour of Quality at the"Logaii Feed Store. Mrs. John White spent Friday in ColumbiiB. Mrs....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

7 ', i T i,-i -v ! v -isjity "r ' "'"vyywy w"rjywi j'7""''' " f,'5''r"r,!i" vpfwi yT wjwc.ys;"iwprf' v?T!fV "' tproiT ' lliWHWEmiMUWI i..gppil.MlillHMIiMilIIHWiau,gniWWWIIIPnWHWM.B w;iwwwwwii'Miiwiiiiii!iiwwyriiiiiiiiii ,Mui'il''i uwmpil Interests or Ohio Farmers Placed Above Partisanship. y taking the state bonrtl of agricultures out of poll t Ich Govern or Ilartnon rendered n service of tlio highest Itiipnrtiwitip to the farmers of Ohio, In Unit one net ho gave mibstimtiitl proof of lilp genuine IntereHt In Ohio's ngrlcul tural Industry, whifli still is and doubtless ulu-ny will be llrst und foremost among the diversified ones of the state. We niuy justly boast of our iiiunufACtiiring enter prise, our Mineral wealth, our mercantile and commercial wel faro; but it is the faimer who feed ub all, and without rations for tlioso who follow other pursuits ' our whole industrial structure would soon tumble down. As heretofore organized, the htate board of uuricuhuio lins1 squandered larg...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

t 1 hi y ' iumjt inn n i j u mi i i m mm i ' 1 I .! -' i IT r "flfim J- -.'- IvvfWwX XnN v ":?TlS, vtw V AMf!- : iiJUaP?? -. 'T-. .. Kensington Tho W. R. C. Kensington party will be given Friday, from two to five u t their hull. Tourist Mrs. H. It. Harrington was boa teaa for the Tourist Club, Thurs tiny afternoon and tho hours wore devoted to Hawthorne. MrB. Bright had a paper on "Tho Salem of Hawthorne." " Review "The Scurlet Letter," by MrB. Silver thorne, after which there was a general discussion by the- club. The Miasec Nettie and Sadie Mc Cray wore guests. Mrs. Harring ton served a two course lunch. Young Married People's Whist Club On Monday evening of this , 'week the Young Married People's Whist Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ttlasius and spent an ovening of spiiited contest. Four tables vied with each other and when the smoke of battle cleared away it was figured out that Mr. Harry Ambrose was the best gentleman player, an honor that lie might have pleadf gu-ilty to lon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 February 1909

iwf ' Illl.ptp,f II' Trr?t . ' jWUH' ,'t'lVW'ffiPatt' VMfiSSlW'fr(?y)5p K I? Vins W)? " c"lcf ingredient, (gFbrerrx R i jfitr the active principle. rjaiJiisSaLJ) t ggAgftSiy one! hculthf illness, to l$jJHigfc2Ura I RAKING sSotI powder lgP jn fflk Absolutely Turc M jj i . Insures wholesome and deli- ffl 1' I k.cious fd fr every day r 5 E b in every nome jrfy 3V No p,loPht j&tir i PHBMKSffiSSSsssaaS. No Mum caaaa.r.v.hiiTtfifflcsfc Hocking County Farmers' Institute.1- ., . (Continued fiom llrst pajje) The Inst subject of the institute was handled by Mr. Culbertson and handled in his usual forceful manner, and was statod as follows; "More Live Stock .should He K.jd and Less Hay and Grain Sold From Our Farms. " The speaker stated that he had seen some farmers ' that reversed the statement of the' subject and hud more live stock than they should have, but as a general rule the average farmer was anxious to sell just as much feed as it is possible for him to do , Professor C. C. Gaima...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

. jrJ44ff&ffifl'i"'' wj..n-,ctJJtf' ?--. . f- rBH DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL. THE OHIO DKMOORAT. 37th Yr No 0 MR HOOKING BISNTINBu 68th Tf No 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1909. The Onlj Demooratlo Piper In thi Oonnty Circulation 3000 On Dollar For Tear l THE BIG OIL BOOM FOR LOGAN IS NOT FAR DIST Many Wells Will be Drill in Next Sum- mer, and This Territory Gives Promise of Being a Great Producer. The interoat thero in manifest in the nil und gua dovelnpotuent by the citizens of Logan and vicinity, is indeed gratifying. Of late tiie interest has almost re resolved itsolf into a reul oil bootn, and that is what it moans in this town and the country in and noar here in the near future. The many companies that have been formed among Logan capitalists, are in the hands of progressive men that are not. quitters. They are men that are not going into this (or fun and they will win if there is anything to developo. Among the prominent companies that are formed largely b...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

.p-. ,,y , -,r-l)t-.TO W J- -'gr,T)l'lr?7!H1'! '? ff7,k DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED RVKIIT TIIUHSDAT M011HI11U, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (fNCOHfOKATKIl) I'lMUilMIIKKH ViKiilr, C. I.owuv, H.U. llANHKI., I'ltKMlDKNT SKPIIKTAIIV Kllll'Olt .1. U. llUI.I.IHON, (JllAH. It, IlKCK A.H1II, Kill MIL MANAIIKH OKKlOKt In DoltUuii lllock, South Door Kilter ml n a Hootnl Olnis Mutter Oelobar I iwtj, at the I'udt ullleu ivt l.ognii, Ohio, UIKlur.VOt (ifOllUKI'tHSUt Moll ii, HIV. Thursday, February II, 1909; One Step Forward. We are proud that the only oth er Democrat state olllcer besides the Governor is iiIbo milking good. Stato Treasurer Creamer this week adveitisod for bid for the deposi tories of the state funds. He is to receive the bids on the 15th day of this month, und the letting of tho states monoy open to compe tiou, the state will benefit by the system many thousunds of dollars in interest over and above what it has been receiving in the past,and a few ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

SW " ( S f ( ffTit 'V wnrmmm nnwauu"ii'ii nuijiiunm'immiiigJ"lMiWMHJmJi-M'"in4Um" iwiMJamiuiuiwiix 'WW nmngaji IIMUBJillllJJklUHLIl.lMUJ HUW JUJIiJUU iji,imu nuii kvj'bii 'ii.jht mii'iiinfiHiiiriim'i unumi umiiiiiiniinwwumiiLi'i'iiiiMi' i"iin'i iihhiii J V :' KiiSiSiMiiSiSiliSW Xocal anb rjf&&&iite!&'!&,!&'t&'jvt& Mr. Charley J'lngtnnd was recent visitor In Nolsonvtlloi Mr. Tom were reoent City. Italians und family victors in Murray Mr. J. IS. JoneH, of NowStrnlts villo, wbb a runout huslnosi visitor in Logan. Mra. (Jhnrlos Qiinn, after a plonsant visit in Nelsonvlllo, has returned. Mr. Conrad Roicliloy, of South Bloom ingvllle, waB in Logan on Friday of last woek. MIbs Kdlth Lynn, of Nelson villo, was u resent visitor in Logan, the guest of her friends hero. Tho town of Murrny "Citv 1ms suH'orod an epidemic of fires lately, which have caused considerable loss. Commissioner Weymuollor was a visitor last woek in Nolsonvillo, the guest of li is son John...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

r 7 rn f- - " ' !V f ju-y I jjnuwminiiuj'wri uuMmmrmtmmm nwM&tfimxtifmmimtHWinH-HMmmtMimmmi wmwn mwnwtxM namnwiiuw The BIG RECEIVER'S SALE is Still Going On "flg JgSmgggjgfBrun Cfl. SUCCMSSHOKS TO MM IK PEOPLES' BTOKR CO. VV ", ,? "-T(ifn jBPP' Starr Quite a number uro on the sick list now near this place. Mrs. Jell' Edgar is better at this writing. Albert Siniiu9 is wearing a big broad smile, because they are twin boys. Harley Morse is at homo nurs ing the mumps. Mrs. H. Cruise and son Vernon called on Mrs. Sarah Sudlow and Mary Cragg, who have been on the sick list. Mary is some bet ter. Mrs. Rose, an aged lady of New Plymouth, is reported quite ill. Mrs. John Miller is on the sick list. Quarterly meeting was well at tended at Star church, Sunday evening. Ed Edgar, Olaronce Edgar, Ber tie Levering and Martha Edgar called on Mary E. Cruise and others,, Saturday evening. Ash Stevenson is making his home at Joe O'Neill's again. Roamie Bachus, the Stewart at Starr, was out gatheri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

Mj Gas and Oil Lenses. IMm m&A&AAA&MAAAAAAm Xocal anfc personal Jr TkJ 7fe ift J Jx Jv tTv Jaj fcv JX tvtll t ww Jv v Jv Jl JV Jw rfV Jj n Flour of quality at War ren's Food Store. Mrs. K. J. KeBslngur, of Nelbon vllle, epunt Friday in Logan. Miss Ivolloy is tlio guest of Miss Kilitli Lynn, or Nolsonvillo. Mth. M. II. Chonlugton is tlio guest of Coltun hii3 relatives. Mr. A. E. Mooto, of Athens, spent Saturday in Logan en business. Mr, W. (J. Hryan, of NnlBonvillo, wriH in Logan on Monday on business. Mrs. C. E Yontz und daiightor Catherine, spent Sunday in Lancaster. Phone your Food of all kinds, to War ren's Feed Store, Phone 12. Get roadv to latitrli as there Will bo plenty of fun at Logan Hand Minstrel Monday evening, Full. 22, Mr. Frank Irvin, of Nolsonvillo, was in Logan, Tuesday, in attend' anco on the common pious court FREE LAND ft MEXICO order lorJW MaHGIIS ill HlG TfOplCS of Mexico Free to Settlers and Colonists Mrs. 1 I. Klnser and Mis. Chns. Brohm woro visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

.1. .m1i,i&IH1I m-lflrti lf .furfr ,ir it u. ...in., i..i...,.Li, rrp vS '- ar P.,,,'i'PPSPIB rV"-J MT?'WV I ( rMww"Wi1PWW" mj.hi" wwr 1 , p . l! . ly, .Kiinll-Mil W'HI'I'"' '"'" 4 ' 0 I B FINANCIAL OF LOGAN HOME & SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LOGAN, OHIO for the fiscal year ending December 19, i9o8. AHVA'H Ctiali on liAlid . huntiMiiii mortitiuji' 'ociirity Kiiriillurn mill liituriM . j trrei i't Hmtw (io wi ll 'l'otnl lllv.1 In 111:0 imith (,'nsli on Iniml nt closfl of lust llai'ill yenr . ... Hlrtj fa IHiiisnii running stock H)l 89 ulil-tip Mock . . . mi W) I.1111111 on mortKiiKii it-curlty ruimlil .1121' BJ Ilorrowi-tl niniii'y -ww) (i Intorp-a I'rwiiluiu .... 311 S3 1'nas liofilci nml Initiation foes . . i:l CO Totnl . J.Vs to l'HOKIT AN I) LOSS tnttirast I'rcinliiin .. . . . . I'tiss liooks anil IliltliUlon !MVi 12 ill I us foos. 13 on, Toliil im (in IlockltiK County I ' W.W.McOrny, being duly sworn, deposes and sh.vh tlmt tielstliu Hecretnrvof the Tjocnu Homo fc .Havings As...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

PW"PW(W in: L MV I S3S3f3S3m Xocal anb personal Jl 7l ya Jj J Jt Jv Jv Jx i7v tJv JjllkTO JX 7C JX Jv tTt FO iJv JO JV v Jj The Widow McCarthy Tomorrow Night. Mr. Elijah Donully, of Glblson Vlllo, was in Logan, Thursday. Mr. Wni, Blorly, or neur Sugar Qtpvo, was In Logan, Saturday. . The Widow "McCarthy Tomorrow Night, t Mr. H. V. Thrush, of Union Furnace, was in Logan on Sunday. Mr. Ouh Heine wus a visitor in Lancaster on Friday of last wock. The Widow McCarthy Tomorrow Night. Attorney 10 intuit Kooinuti, of Nelsonvillo, waB in Logan on Tues day . Mr. W. S. Posten. of Patten yillo, was in Monday. Mr. MarBli Stool, of Mount 1'lonsant, was a visitor in Logan, Friday of last week. ' Dr. Butts, of Nalsonville, was in Logan on Tuesday of this week on business in court. i "When Wc Were Friends." Posten, of Logan on bueinoss, Mr. J. F. Anthony and son, of Union Furnaco, were in Logan on Saturday. Mr. Frank Alien, of Haydenville, was'a business visitor in Logan, Saturday. Mr. G. L. Shurtz,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

),4 tHi Te ) I'M " " I mvimimm Xocai anb flbereoital P'IT" f.R APES, from their most health ful properties, give ROYAL ita active and principal ingredient 33353535353590119535333595353535351 twzammvi i edSkHnHT : ill W H .?-' -Y-'L (i i IP UV-W ' Domestic Mrs. Mary Hall will receivo the Domestic Club Friday. Kensington The Kensington party given lust Friday by tlio T. U. C. was quite a success both socially nnd finan cially. Soup Supper On Tuosday tho Pythian Sis ters entertainment committee served a soup supp6r to the sisters after the lodge was out. The com mittee were: Meedames W. A. Henderson, Chris Jurgensmier, Mutchmore and J. F. Walker. 73rd Anniversary More than a dozen kind neigh bors of Mrs. John Savey Sr. gave the good old lady a little surprise on Monday night of this week. They cnrne into her home bearing their lunch with them and told her that in honor of her having that day reached the 73rd year of her age they were going to take pos session of the house and help her ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL. THA OntO DEMOORAT, 27th Tear Ho 7 TIIR nOOKINO BHNTINE!. Ofltli Tear No 31 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. The Only Stmootatlo Paper In tot Oonntj Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear r u 9jf W COMPANY ARE YUM IN? Logan uiul vicinity surely should rim very smoothly from the umount of oil talk thorn is poured out here ovory day. Everybody 1b buying or selling oil stock. The saluto upon the street now, instead of "Have you any?", it is "What company uic you in V" Thero are dozens of persons upon the streets of Logan every day selling oil stock. On Satiuday of lust week the town looked something like a circtiB day, or the Saturday before election, and there wore hundreds of the coin of the realm that wiir dug out of the hay and planted in the oil hopper, witii much confi dence that it will icturn an hun dred fold. That Logan is going to be the oil center of thiH terri tory there is no doubt. This town is surrounded witii the leases that ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

A ..upl ijpfii,.. .yn.n.,i.ft6iiiffyayjjifiWj, ..imir r.w. rfrrer. v. .E pwi'imimuuii )IHT r t if Pmmm - f olv H. y r Mf i - v fJi wfQ$&&' Golden Rod Valley Prntrui'ted meeting in in progress nt Bethany itt this writing, Itov. Dodson, of Westorvillo, 0 , assist ed tho ptistor, Rev. Davis during tho week. Ho delivorod several good nnd interesting Bernions. O. Wolfe callod on Alamo Mob ler, Thursday evoning. Harlen Giol is on the sick list, being the victim of pneumonia. Ida Stivison, of Cherry Ridge, called on Dove and Reulah Poling, Thursday evening. Charles Fickel is luying a foun dation for a new house, which will improve the scene aud convenience of his home. Samuel Inboden made a special trip to the Queen City, Thursday evening. Klmer McLaughlin and Samuel Bright, of Logan, attended pro traded meeting at Bethany,Thurs day evening. Goldie Scholl was the evening guest of Dove and Beulah Poling, Thursday. C. Stivisou culled on S. Poling, Wednesday evening. D. A. Poling was ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

ff xaup&vyF?ii '.M.iiiiiiiwr.iM.-i')wiffi'.'iWMi"'iiMii-iiii'p;ii'w'uM mu m (llpl i, itfli,,i,, in hum ii mu iiiiuniiji imniu min i immn iiiHium'Wi'Mm'f.'i "If lif m Jll"lFfl. iw-l Ji.MlV.,Mr?,a """ IW-.WMlUil WWlllwiill I .nil 1 1 1 I 1&E9 46t4 ) K u I 5 ocal anb "ggpr Mr. Charles Williams, of Ooro, Wh n visitor in Logiul, Saturday. Mrs. Johsu lloliror wan n visitor among friondH in Nelsonvlllo, Inst woek. Mr. Knock tftrnwu, of Nelson villa, was a visitor In Login, Sat urday, Miss Clara Uckor was u visitor in Nulsonvlllo last wock finest of friends. Mr. JnnicH MnhnlPoy, of Smd Hun, wnH a vipltor in Logan on Monday of this wook Mrs. Rose Wilson, of Straits villo, was a nlmppcr in Logan on Siturday of last weok. Dr. 0. S. Wood was a profes sional visitor in Columbus on Thursday of last weok. Mr. George Vansicklc, of Mur ray City, was n visitor in Logan on Monday of this week. i i ...- - .. Mr. Honry Watkins, of New Straitsvillo, was a visitor in Logan on Thursday of last woek...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

iimfMmh'mmiMAwtmrMii i, i ,1 The Receiver's Clean Sweep Sale Will still continue at the Peoples Store until the present stock is sold. Remember this store will continue in business under entirely new management. IT We are receiving new goods every day. Will be glad to meet the old patrons of this store, StrSSS?n?. cot in 8t The Johnson-Beverage Co. Successors to The Peoples Store Co, 4 r HP ua t'vmmmm WJBP DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBMHHEll KVKIIY THURSDAY MOUN1NC1. The Logan hinting and Publishing Co. (INC'CIIU'DIMTKII) l'UUMMHI'.KS VlWUt, ('. l.OWHY, I'llKStllKNT II.U. llANHM., HKCItKPAll J. U. DoM.tHOV, UtltTOll IJlfAS. 11. IIH'K AMSO. KtltinitilMANAtlMl OKKIOKl In Dolllmin lltoek, Holltli I)oor KntrrwUu Becoiid i'Iiim MottiT Ootobur 1 lino, til ttiii I'lisl ittlleu nt I.OKrtii, Uhlo, iimliir Act of 'tmriMsof Mch .1, ISif. Thursday, February 18, 1909. What Do You Think or This? Now, the taxpayer of tlio Stuto of Ohio ought to think thiB over for a moment State Treas ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

IffiffifflHi. I m u-i'imwii im"ii' l" mi ii m .""'i mpinyf HwyiMH"'i"ii'i"nwm i "i n "Wi'ni piu!hhiti imwm"m in iniii -,,)" i i iwww wnwwwiu m iimi mm -Uiiiuiw-.it 1 Am.' 111 .H-Pin. A " .J .- BiRiiSiSiiiiflSiiAiaa.. - a n-rr -r-tf- t-w OJL'X1 U JKJLJ.A.X , JU JUJDJCv. CV iu Mtn Inol.il'iv nt mir ttdr Ihuliiflloii Wall' Wn liavn soli! n. Int. of irnm!. $ In Suits for Young Men and Small out Ira fore Saturday. tyo NEW SPRING GOODS Arc arriving dally and within one week Wo will be able to show you Mo .--!k --- our complete line of BRIGHT, NEW SPUING Clothing, Hats and Afc Furnishing Goods. Come In, see them, (jet posted on SPIU NO STYLES. - T " wwwwwwwwwww3 Xocai anb MJt Jf, Jl J J Jt k9v Jr 7l JC Jv 7C1II Mr. T. E. Warron spent Sunday in Nelsonville. Mr. Otto lies was a Nolsonvillo visitor Saturday. Mr. John White wbb Iiuh visitor Tuesday. a Coin ni Mra. James Martin Sr. is vory sick with La Grippe. Mr. James Blankenship, of Winonn, was in Logan on Satur day, Messrs. Fred Groves and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 February 1909

Iff "-tr r177 i v J V f & L WHAT THREE ACRES WILL DO An Illustration of What May Be Ac complished In the Tropics on Small Acreage, Many renders of tlila paper will re call a little book published several years ago entitled, "Ten Acres KnoURh." The book had a largo cir culation, and boltig well nnd logically written by a practical market gard ner, It was tho means of Inducing a largo number of people to abandon city life and devote themselves to agriculture and horticulture in u smult way. Hud tho writer of the above mentioned publication lived today nnd visited that wonderfully fertile por tion of tho .Mexican republic known us Its "tropics," he would never havo written "Ten Acres Enough," but would have devoted his time and skill us u convincing writer to a de scription of one or the most bounti fully endowed und most prolific coun tries on the American continent, und what could be done with but three acres of its itch, alluvial soil. Ills pen would have found delight In depict...

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