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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

iwpnH I'm i tie; ii wwpwwwww ..S" - Em&&mmm&MmmMim Xocal anb personal HjwwwWwi'iW'' Mrs, Elsie Tolbort la tho guest of Columbus friondB. Miss Florence Bright spent Sat ti. tiny nt Haydonvillo. laid np Mr. W. D. Brandt is with a badly sprained foot. WANTEDTo buy or lonse a good Jack. 0. W. Downahii. Mr. Charles Heft Jr. Is very low with pneumonia nnd'ptiritonltls. Mr. Hal Murphy, of. AthenH, was ii l,ogan visitor Wednesday. Mr. Li., D. Johnson was the Sun duy guest of his family in Nelann-ville. Mr.i'Tnm Parry, of Ciirbonhill, Was in Logan on Tuesday of this week. FOR RENT Sevon room houso Soft water batli, Good loontion. W. D. Brandt, Olt. phono OtC. Mrs. KIliBon, mother of Dr. J. It, Ellison, Is visiting relativoB and friondB nt Chatincoy, Ohio. Trinity Luthoarn Church. Ser vices Sunday ovening, 7 p. m. by Rov.'C. M. Hossold of Pomeroy, Ohio. Mind Myers, who will resume her diitioe fls milsio toachor in 'the Bchuol th6flrst of April, was a visitor hero from Saturday unt...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

Sf-v ?T T-Sr"". T H ) il i i 1ipc " " T'iWfli-n" '-1") V " -PTTTTrn ! w T Real Agatha m Bjr ' Picturei by Ed.ll, l Weil Munlington l w1'"' N,"0n avVV C.mpbell W- Alette ajJ- Wilson D j JG Corrlrflit, IWf, bj A. C, HcClur A Co. (Continued from last week) "Certainly," replied Miss Marsh. "1 will Bee to It ImmedliUuly, Mrs. Arm Isteail." At this a thought struck me and I turned to Vincent. "And you hud bet tar wire the good people at Darner's farm," 1 said, "to infonu them or our change of plan." "Indeed you must," said Mrs. Arm lstead, "and, by the way, Mr. Terhuno, If you and Lord Vincent wish, I can provide you with a copy of the will It la dllttcult, I think, to remember all Its conditions." "Perhaps that's a good Idea," I an Bwered. "It Is certainly an exliaordl nary document: and what an extraor dinary man this Fletcher Hoyd must have been, Mrs, Armlstcad, to conceive such a plan as that." Mrs, Armlstead laughed. "I think ho was," she said. "1 saw my brother-in-law only once In m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

IM" HmU'StH.1" l'TSm,JS HW ' JfWWW, The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made trom grapes Royal Baking Powder conveys to food the most healthful of fruit properties and renders it superior in flavor and wholesotnencss. l-S9"S"S&S9"Sn"Sjr"fjw"S9"jS4 Xocal anb Jv &j Jrj Jj tV Jv & JXj Jv Jv urv JvlllJV & Jv &j tlv Xl Jv U Jt .V Jv l Mrs, John Savoy, Jr., spent Sat urday and Sunday in Columbus. Miss Anna Fox was a visitor in Columbus several days laBt week. Mr. Pearl Smith was a Lancas ter visitor on Friday of last week. Mr. John Flum, of West Logan, .has been on the sick list for sever al days. Several persons of Logan were visitors in Lancaster on Saturday evening. Mrs. Nick Till was a visitor in Junction City for a few days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oldiges, of Nelsonville, were visitors in Logan over Sunday. Mrs. Charley Barnes spent a few days in Columbus the week visiting relatives. Mr. Ora Price, of Marietta, was a Sunday visit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 March 1909

Y 'IY "w' ' .f.i.llW. IIiiiIii liil'n" V" ;,) r i iyf If UUVVUUUUUVV1 J Opera House"Motion Pictures J TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, MARCH 25th. Tho Bacholor's Suppor Roman Idyll No Pottlcoats for Him Llfo of n SuffraROtto For Kato's Honlth Song- by Mr. Bolt Fridjiy and Saturday, March 26 and 27th. Boston Too Party (KM) foot.) Cloo Patra'o Lovor (1000 foel.) Los Rlconhot (KWfeot.) Woman Chauf fours (1000 feet.) Bustor's Rovongo (l00 feet.) Sontr---by Mr. Bolt t t Doors Open at 6 Adults - - - 10c. BlvvvvvvvfcvvvW'V'Vvvvvv'VtEl Xocal anft -tt" Tho oqumuutinl storm in upon UB. Mrs. Chris EIhoIo was 11 Line as ter visitor, Tuesday. Watch tho date for "Monte Cristo," March 20. Mr. T. K. Wurren was u visitor in McArtliur on Monduy. Mr. .Too Jonkens, of Nelsonville, WttH in Logan on Wednesday. Sheriff Williauison mid wife are visiting in Laurelville this week. Sheriff DefTonbaugh, of Lancas ter, was a Logan visitor, Wednes day. Watch for the electric sign at the Delpli Bakery, opposite the park. "Mon...

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

rjeUfttmmwimit TmmvtWMfitmitum,nr,wHtfliBfitmtt'fTt, it THE DEMOGR MiOAtor'a 'THfi OHIO nr.MOORAT, 27thXnrNo 13 Till! HOOKING SENTINEL 63th Yor No 37 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL ,1 1909. The Only Democratic PApur In tb County Olronlatlon 3000 Ono Dollar Per Tear rmmimmm-wmmmAmmmmmmMjmHiimrriim-iwru AM. A "ikJFMLdrA W, M MA JLr Lsr i &&i&&&A&&A&&&&&&A&&&&&ft&&&SiA&&&A&S&&M Society and Clubs in Logan fWWWWWWWWWWW w h Informal Reception Mr. Wood Ho won, while lioro on his Vacation from college, gave a very ploasiug reqoption at his lioine Tuesday afternoon in honor of the college girls who were at homo and visiting here. Miss Bowen Rcccivcil Miss Mary Louise Bowen was the hostess to a lurgo number of friends on Tuesday evening, whom hIio entertained in honor of lior eollego friends, Misses Lois Hunkin and Katiierino (Jonsiunt. Pytliinn Sisters Tuesday evening the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

T wrt tti vv-j.J JVVt'fi" "- .fff'fifpr NWrr fOTWfppfp pntf'-"' miubww jitfmimirtAjMWPj iffiiprw J Help Your t UCICLJ, JLAJUgW VI Viwu Vt liavo tleeiduil lo give $l0.00 to four CIuuvIh". SoiMotii"?, LorlgtN nf Clubs, divided in varying mmih of $75.00, $40.00, $25.00, $10.00 1 jurnnling In tho vote's of our cuslonu'i-s. & F.vcvy purrfon who mnlcos a purchase at our store $ during 11)01) will receive a blank vote for each 25 J cent purchas, and with which they are privi- leged to vote for any Church, Society, Lodge or J Club in Logan and on December lilst., 15J00, the r nmminK will be allotted accordinu: to the of the vote". lallot boxe i r.ac'c ?2itmp j , 5 Opera House DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUHHSIIKl) KVKltY tuoiibday morning. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. UNC(lltPOHAlKn) ruui.iMiir.us VIKOIT. ('. I.OWKV, l'l'.KIlIIKNr H.G. UA.NtRI., - - SKCKVTAKY J. U, DoLT.tSON. - KniTOIl C1IA). H. IHCK - An0. EnilOlutMANAOKK OFFICE: In Dolllaon Mock, South Door Entere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

vjif, fr 'ttum jil i .lygiy,' ' ng t lliIWlllIMIiitMMIIl'jlllIUIi,uJillljltiSlVtNliWlW','riii' -yr. 1 7. T' i;r- li''UM.IIll.llftJ.ml'iyilltAUIlJ1BJIM.lll'il-lillJll)l.lUlU miJIIUHl.il J m.lJUlJU.UllllLU-UIIl jUJU.'lWW.gJWJlJIJI UJIJMI -UJWIIWMjJUlllLJ iiiiofnimrrwrrTiTt in '"' " .m, mkMmtmmnmmmmmmmammmimmmmmma W SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS BL It J4 19K.JK.K...K,n Enterprise John Blosser, wife and daughter Sylvia, were the quests of Noah filos ser, Sunday. ' Inna Lake and Edith Kline were Logan visitors, Saturday. Mrs. Jas. Hammond, of Logan, was the guest of relatives of this place, Saturday. Mis. W.Clark was In Logan, Satur day. Quite a large crowd attended the services at Antioeh Church, Sunday night under the management of Kev. Weaver. Bert Edwards, of this place, who Is employed at New Lexington, Is the guest of his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Ed wards, of this place. Mrs. Fred Elllnger and Herbert are the guests of Jerry Blosser, this weelc. .1. A. Kline was a business caller at Logan...

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

" T$PP" "V1' VT pm&y$r$ww? pnwiyiW'ti ffwwtornw( rwM imwswiwnimwuwm m wiw'PWwyrwwwwww nHflnlummJUiinjiji.anc' MWXWPIMlW'KWIIHHtttHnllli TT-jnwv iwwim'iiimiHPJWW'wwwwiwiwn?rwHwi LLLLLLVLvkw f " VBiHi ib SyjtfBwrfilfK&Jpiiaka. Bpjf&r aaiwofwuotm B 1 mi i igaJKMKgHRaaeMHBwearegK KROBATE COURT.... & Application tor the appointment of n guurdiun for Charles R. Hut ton filed by Louisa Ilutton. Choice of guardian mudo by Chiirlos G Hutton, muking choica of Louisa Hutton as guardian. Bond issurd in sum of .'1200. Same approved and letters issuad. Petition for sale of land filed by Margaret Coakley, administratrix of the estate of Lsvi Conkley, de ceased. Notices i33ULd and re turned. Order of sale isiued and return made allowing premise" to E. M. Brown for tha sum of $150. ale confirmed ard distri bution of proceeds made. Order of sale of personal proper ty ordered nnd returned by F. P. Martin, administrator ol AVilliam Williams, deceased. Salo bill re turned showing persini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

WayfaiSrfMgijkd g jgu " & ffiyBtBtrWiTi&nKwtTQsfi. t LOCAlNEWS Mack Dleklson, left Fridny for Hertford Ind. Mr, Clmrloa Yontz was In Uo Iambus, Tuesday. Mr. IitiolUH Wright la visiting friundH in Now York. Duvp Phillips was at Kntorprlso, Monday on business, John Allen, or Nelminvllle, was a Logan, visitor Friday. Mre. Maine KndiuBier, spont Saturday In Lancaster. Will Klmborling, leTt for Colunr bUH, Wodnesdey morning. Chicken noodle soup at the Mothodiut SaturJay market. Mrs. John Kennedy, of Carbon hill, was in Logan on Siturday. Mrs Shatter, of Garbonhlll, wbb in Logan on SUurday of last week. Mr. Joe Kdmiston, of Columbuc, is visiting relatives here this week Some odds and onds of Misses' and Chvldrens' Shoes and Oxfords, choice fiOo n pair, at the SHOE MARKK T the placo to buy pIioos. Miss Bird Bowen is at home from Oxford, spending her spring vaca tion. Rjrn to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rannolls, on Friday March 20, a boy. Mrs. (Jims. Phillips, of Straits ville, waB shoppin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

sr-mx rw&mvwfw wmmPfWriM wp $? W'W r-i .u Tl The r Real Agatha If J If Pictures by Weil W.lteti Ftey Campbell Alesniie Wilwn EJlih Huntington Maion D G l')jrlgti, 1W7, bj A. 0. McCIuiy Jt Co. (Continued from last week) 1 wag going to explain to;-jTilui that he needn't speuk (is if ho tirfjugtit that 1 wore the sort of n man to marry a girl merely for her monoy when his face lighted and he spoke mote ration ally. "Ouil," hi) said, "what u rare lark It would be to toss up a coin anil take a chance at It. Six to otiu only you'd have a good show to win out!" "How foolish you are, Vincent'" 1 responded. "Suppose you took a chuuee at It, jib you say, and Just pto posed to any oue of them, when you had made no attempt to win 1it wouldn't she know you were fortune hunting? And if It should happen ti be the real Agatha she'd reftlbe ou on that account because It would do feat the object of her father's will; and If It were not the real Agatha slio'd refuse you, too, because she'd know ib...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

ztmmtfrin -, ,-rc gj;J'i'Hi.mBL-,v. -,sMBpartB,.wrTfttaut-ij innWinuninwi"' 'HJify'inm i ihiim mm i ! u "i ' ' " "" i ' "' TT" mm wfwm ry Mvwnwnw ,miiM IS J&fi8L yibso The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure, Healthful, Delicious Food im ? of x x. i Xocal anb Miss Graoo Finney spent Satur day in Athens. Atty. Tom Dolson, of Lancaster, was a Logan visitor, Monday. Professor Silvorthorn spent Fri day of Inst week in Lancaster. Mr. Fred Ambrose, of Union Furnace, was in Logan, Sundny. Mr. Noah Wolfe, of Maxvillo, was ii visitor in Logon, Monday. Mr. Tom Perry, of Carbonhill, was a visitor in Logan, Tuesday. Judge Wright was in Columbus on Friday of last week on biasness. Mr. John Walker, of Greondale, wns a visitor in Logan, Saturday. Mefldames Harry Rose and Julia Dew will spend Saturday in Co lumbus. Miss Mary Josephine Wright saw the "Soul Kiss" at Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Harry Armstrong, of Dela ware college, is at home ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 April 1909

,TwJSi.Jftn .rt.rt;. wr tj Sjfpf ZKWi f LOGAN'S NEWEST STORE mn ir'wiutjiiij.ii ii,r- lie u UNION CLOTHING CO. Opera House Block, Logan, Ohio Open for Business, Saturday, April 3, 1909 Opening WeekApril 5th to April 10th. HAKE IT A POINT TO CALL AND SEE US Proprietors JOHN OHL1NGER EDWARD BECK JOHN T. McBRlDE W. J. LYTLE BiWVIrViWl'VmVVVWS TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, APRIL, 1st AT THE OPERA HOUSE. JiOOO feet of Motion Pictmc and Tllustiatetl Sour "'t-"3 The American Fleet in Australia Incriminating Evidence The Story the Boots Told The Patriot Song "We're Growing Old Together" -Sung by Mr. Gompf. No Pictures Tonionow Night on Account of Lecture Course. SATURDAYNIGHT, APRIL 3rd Mrt. Flske the great actress in lier big pioductton, Honor of the Slums, and 2000 feet of Funnj L'ictures: When Lips Are Sealed Will Grandfather Forgive The Lottery Ticket .Song "In Memory of You Sweetheart" Sung by Mi. 15elt. Doors Open at 6 P. M. Continuous. Adults - - - 10c. Children - - - 5c. t t $ t t Railroad Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

ssrRj ttMSiri,v iihimntsmit oltjwii mtm w.mh' we -k -e 'JTrWfri- mt Tirfc -re.. i. rB DEMOQRA TSENTWEJL 3r THD OHIO DEMOCRAT, 87th Ym No 14 TUi: HOOKING SENTINIH. 08th Yer No 3!) LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1900. The Only Democratic Ppr In tin Oonnty Olronlstlon 3000 0n Dollur 1'er Yenr f t i COMMON PLEAS COURT Death of Dennis Noonan. On Monday doming tlio April term of Common Pleas Court be gun in Logan with Judge George K. Martin on the IioiigIi. Tlio roll of tlio Grutiti Jury was called nnil tlio following jurora anawored t(t thoir tmiues: Abraham Mum,, Mart Mills, Chajleia Nunemaker, Win. J. Weaver, John W. Carr, Adam Anderson, R. J. Pinniok, John Campbell, W. E. Engle, W.I.II. Armstrong and James 0: StoiiH. There are four absent and oxousod: David Rutter, Darl Ria or, Lufe Krieg and Geo. Doieliley. In their places wore culled James Allen, Chris Achauer, W. H. An thony and Lewis Green. The court appointed Clarence Stone as fore man of the jury and they were e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

lpSJf ir'wf&fw ,1 ! It i DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. F08MBUEU KVKKT TIIUKHDAV MOHNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. IXNCOKrnKATKn) IMIIiMHIlVttlH Vimitl.J'. LOWHV. 1'ltCMlllt'NT II.U.lIANHKI,, HKtMlkrUlY J. U. IhlM.lHOM, ' UlllTOII I'lMH. II. ItKI'K AMSII, HlltTlllt.vMAMAOKH OKKll't!! In lliilllenn Mock, Houtli Hour Kntornd ns Hneciml Ohm Miilti-r October I I MM, nt ilio l'inioltli'0 ill l.cwni, Ohio, uiitlur AelofConurimof Wli :i, ls.w. Thursday, April , 1909. State Solicitor. Next your thoro will bo but one state 8f nutor to elect In tins Ninth fourteenth .Senatorial District of Ohio. When the district was ere ittod the arrangement was mode that ns the district did not have enough population for two senutors regularly, there should be two sen ators for two terms and then only one senutor for throo successive terniH. Next year is when the one senator business starts, and either Gillette or McKee, who are now serving their first terms, will retire from renom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

uSiiMtMlJlUMUttVtiti urfXj'toJliWlWag .:igi iTiHin iii r3CH' i ffH?r H' r'''Wf mpfiiiwyiBiiiiBwiiwiiiJMHuwunftrwwpnnwwMPWjii1 itrA'WjIiwjwcLTiimirtici'iJa&w.1 (Ri-Hii.ij--aJwilXjJicAtjij'totwi y IS i P Come to Headquarters For , YOUR Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums and Curtains We are showing a splendid line this season and prices the lowest. No job is too large for us to handle for you and none too small but that it will receive our best attention. RUGS A fortunate purchase in room size Rugs has enabled us to quote prices on some grades. Very much below regular prices which you, as a shrewd buyer should not allow to escape you. Uxl2 extra heavy Granite Art Squares djjr f( worth $.oo, now ipO.UU iioomsl.e tapestry Rugs, good, bright colors and rich designs, worth $11.00 Jft ca now ipy.OU 9x12 extra heavy tapestry Rugs, seam less and good patterns, worth $1(1.50, -i pr rf 0x12 velvet Rugs, good values at $21.00, 1 O tZ( now, while they last, at lO.OU 8-.1xl0-(l Rugs, worth -1 ...

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

"-" -y "?!?' r -r ' r?rf ,iir( r,JT!iW; KpWflp-S! If !3iSiMi2S3S2S2S2SiS2S2S2SH 4mmmA A "Mttl 4 xa. i3 1 JlZ iv. Slioe Showing Vnu nil want, and nearly all gel, now Shoes for Kapler. TASTES DIFFER Willi our large variety we can satisfy Hie wants for (lio whole family. We have I he Style?, Wo hope to gladden fta.tei tnorniim, with new (.'ome J. A. STIER5 Opposite The linppy spirit of good cheer is npot the mouiitH.in tops in t be oil circles in Logan this wnek. The Geneva company struck a 50 barrel well on the Poling farm, and over 2,000 feet of oil stands 111 tho hole now, while the Carter company struck a 23-barrel well on the IJowdy8hell farm near Webb Sumni'tt. These are in new territory and interestingly 1 close to the holdings of tho local companies in and about Logan. At the headquarters of the Hocking Oil and Gas company, laht night, the excitement resembled the re ceiving of the news from a presi dential election. Hie telephones were working overtime and each time the voice ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

jfSffreMftreffgfSSaffligatg H f I LOGAN I lu-rsiiuni J High Class Motion Pictures and Songs J 1st Reel A Daughter of the Sun. J 2nd Reel Held by Bandits. J 3rd Reel Nick Carter's Double and Calling Day. J Illustrated Song By Mr. Gompf. 5 To-Morrow Night and Saturday, April $ 9 and 10th, 1909 1st Reel The Poor Musician mid Perpetual Proposal. J 2nd Reel Suved by His Dog, and on the Zambezi. K 3rd Reel The Blind Woman's Story, mid all for J a Bird. Open at 6; Continuous Performance Grown Folks 10c Children 5c t Hvvtvtv'V!t'vi'Vvvt'V'v'Vt'VrB LOCAL NEWS ' Mr. Albert lies apont Smiduy in Crenln. Mr. Will StronU wan in Colum bus Wodnesday, on business. Mr. John Rempel was in Colum bus Wednesday, on business. Jacob Schwarz of Buchtel, wus a Logan visitor, Wednesday. . Mr. J. G. Collins visited bis mother in New Plymouth. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yontz were Athens business visitors, Tuesday. Mrs. Kate Rempel has returned from a visit to Cincjinati friends. Mr. H. R. Hay wa9?"in Starr thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

y "rt ".' jH'jpf ''Kucnur V J ?", 'i ?Iww'T''V,pfw3;fi);y . Y'Vr "TrTr- w mxmtlUnm'iummf u i.ii.. . i j i innti 'jMNwiiMiriite'lii'CMi'uiinj,ii.jiiiiiiiiM'iiWltHriri''WWi 1 mmi UMumiimHamm&iiimtmmmmmmmmimrtil0iimm Tit ' YW1 H" V IS v hi t LOCAL NEWS P, It. Uopeland of Ilnindeti, spent Sunday in Lilian. Miss Km in u Kloyd spout Katur day and Sunday itt Columbus. Mr. Samuel I'jiiuy wnln Ncl Bonvllle, Snturdiiy on business. Mtb. 0. K. Apllu wiih n Oohim 1)Uh visitor, Situniiiy iind Sunday. Mr. and Aire, .lolin K. W hi to wore guests nr Mrs. Geo. DoOamp in Athens ovor Sundiiy Mrs. S. E. McHrlde tins uu es pecially good lino of criinmcd hats for the Raster display. Miss Cluytlo Drown, of Straits villa, will attend the Kastor Hall, the guest of Miss Agnes White. Mrs. .hi Ini P. White and daugh ter Agnes, woro guests of friends in Nelsonville, Friday of last week. MIbs Frank Toole, of Columbus, returned homo Monday, aftor spending a week with Logan rela tives. Mrs. Frank Thomas hus ret...

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

1 miA'A jstumimssm'. .T wwmni" M H ki Graps3 Absolutely the chief fare the active principle, and healthfulneas, to ROYAL BAKING POWDER Slbsotuicty Pare insures wholesome and deli cious food in every No Plioiphntea No Alum Xocal anb Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Price, spent Sunday at Now Plymouth. Mr. Sain Price, was a business visitor in Lancaster, Friday. Mr. J.'C. IIuls, of Monday, was in Logan, Saturday on business. Miss Lena Richards, of Vinton, was a visitor in Logan over Sun day. Miss Eliza in Columbus week. Winn wob a visitor on Saturday of last Mr. Karl Kuntz, of Vinton, waB a visitor with friends in Logan on Sunday. Miss. Mario Shotwell, of Colum bus, spent Sunday in Logan, guest of friends. Mr. Elmer Murphy, of Lancas ter, was in Logan on business in the court on Monday. Mr. G. W. Shuck, of Monday, was in Loyan on Saturday of hist week on business. - Mr. G. W. Johnson, of Sugar Grove, was in Logan on Friday of last week on business. Surveyor Eph Sliuw, of Carbon hill, wus in Logan o...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

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