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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 April 1909

1 fippf i vgm-$- Y IIIHVU n iW mm mm&mtmtmm w MhtafaMfeMfcM iMhiiimmimiHmii tW" 0 fon IK it 1 lift p; a We are glad to welcome you to our great Easter Dinln of Footwear For Men, Women and Children Mr. Jlnrry nf tlio National Bank of Welleton, wa8 in Logan Sunday I evening, between triliiR. , I Mr. Ralph Walburn, who in nt-'fi tending college at Athens, is the guest of his parents (luring the April vacation. Mr. Mart Poling, or Lalirelville, caino to Logan on Tuesday of this week to, take medical treatment. Ho ia subject to vo'.y serious apolla wltli lila huart and lina become eoino what alarmud altont his con-dition. Oil STEDEM & CO. m ocal mtfc Ifter&onal I &&? r Mrs. Homer Hay was a butt shopper, Thursday. Mr Oolum- Ike Hosier, of Luurelvillo. wup in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. John Keclenwald i oil' duty with a broken collur hone. spent Mr. Clarence Phillipx Monday in New StraitRvillc Mr. Charles Stevens was in Co in uilni, Tuesday on bnsi ncriF. Mrs. Meade Ho wen h...

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. — 8 April 1909

f--i.$fwr"."f " " , Mij:jfa-? ' ' f . - .1 fTr Real Ag if sl lidiih v Huntington LV1 W' atna Piclurci by Weil Willen Ktey Campbell Aleinlte Wilson G Cji)jrllit, IWJ, bj A. 0. UcClurit't Co. (Continued from last week) "How keen you aro!" ho maid; "and I tell you what it Is. Arch'bald" Vin cent always calls 'mo "Ach'balu" with the "1" left out and the emphasis on "bald" when he's particularly affec tionate or sleepy; he was the latter Just now "I'm Just as keen about marrying this heiress as you are; the only difference la that I Insist upon be ing In love with her Into the bargain and you don't. For I'm hard up, fear- AGATHA FOURTH, fully hard up, you know, and the gov ernor's so awfully good, I hate to ask him for another's month's allowance Just now. I'm 'way behind as it is, and 1 owe Jack Gordon for that prize polo pony of his. 1 offered him 100 for her the day of the Hurlingham games and he sold her to me on the spot. Jack's as hard up as I am poor fellow. And then, you know, It...

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

tn'f-iTiiiW'nitT-iiiiin(i-wtruiti4niihrtwiinWwmi. rmmmnvm.rVM. u ami mmi'i'iwwiwgTw rraxMu"f &SaimrHm?rft tff rVTtrV Wy Wwy W" ) .' I u l V I I V y ri3iriHsmHnnaHimHSimniaHBssHHssHH:sHHSgHii HIDE TO WEAREKl HMRiMRHaiMliili HHUl SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS xx... Ilesboro Archie Bowers, of Logan, was help ing liis grandfather last week. Mrs.' Win. Vancuren and children, Claience and Merline, visited Adam Foster and wife Wednesday. Miss Clara Leach called on Mrs. Wm. Anthony, Wednesday afternoon. Darley West made a business trip to 15111 Dillon's, Thuisday. Mrs. John Ferguson visited Mrs. S. A. lies, Wednesday. Morton Ilass, of Hard Scrabble, was seen on our streets one day last week. Lon Wartman moved his sawmill on the Geo. Anthony farm Monday. Mrs. Juletta Allen visited Mrs. Henry lies, Tuesday. Joseph Thompson and Myrtle Van curen visited friends of near Laurel vllle, last Friday. Elsie Lindsey called on Merline Vailcuren, Saturday afternoon. Isaac IFankison, of Ewing, attend e...

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. — 8 April 1909

PWi"3 .j js?r"Wf' K. ,1 Wall Paper Window Shades Points. Stains, Brushes. The best is none too good. Why not buy the best? It costs no more. From our 5e to $1.00 per roll is the best Wall Paper we can buy. We .show you more, and give you more for your money thnn any other Wall Paper Store in the Hock ing Valley. Sec our stock, we can please you. Window Shades A new fresh stock just arrived. Our 25c Blind is a good one. We carry all siScs tip to 54 inches. Ask to sec our Window Blinds. Paints, Stains, Brushes. Lowe Bios. High Standard means the best Paints on the market. That's what we carry at the big store of Bort & Co. THE DRUGGISTS Come and see us. Get Prices 35v A iykikli'i'"'"-1 SOCIETY NEWS OF f OTHER TOWNS !&&&&! jfct&'&t&'li Pleasant Valley u0hOy Items are caice at this place this weie islting fiiends at Pine (!ioe, week, but we will endeavoi to jot last Friday, down what we hao heaid. Mi. and Mis. .lolin Nutton and Ciiuich at St. John's Luthc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

ML,, H DEMOeRA T-SENTINEL. Auditor1! Offloa mohU-'ol) THE OUIO nHMOORAT. 27lh Yor No 15 TUG HOOKING SENTINBd 08th Ycr No 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909. The Only D(moortloPper In th Canity Olronlttlon 3000 One DolUr Pet Ttr a hwJk 'V &&S&S&&&&S&A&A&AJb&&A&&&&SA&l&&&&! City Affairs and Court Matters iFWwwwwww?Www Guunoll Proceedings At Ilia council mooting Tuosduy night tho street paving petitions cuuio in thick and fast and now thoro uro tliroo ponding und nil look vory good to tho pooplo for tlm improvement, but thoro will probably ba mime squabbling uniting tho iibutting proporty owners find tho council, hoforo tho streets ure put down. Tho Mound streot potitlon, which has boon in tno hoppor for Homo time, has been accepted and tho plane and specifications ae drawn by Engineer Gairnoy, are on file, but nob yet finally agreed upon, as tho streot is of necessity u. rowed a l...

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. — 15 April 1909

, rxaBBSte - -,. T&-JV. 5rei. - r' 15 ' '" "j ' f 1 1 hi imaiwmw TWWBBWHWWW wmmmMma9mjmmiiMwmynMvnMimiwl!'.'''V"'mim .1 R hi; Question 3k Answer ed Why ilo many p ro for to deno- sit Lliolr money with us at pur cent lather than to Invest It In .stocks or loan It themselves on a first mortgage at " Hr I't'iitorevcn a higher rati' of intci'usLV I'lllSI.-ir.S SAlKtl. Our ii-ci'lil ure Unmed on IImi moilKiiiO on Iniproicil Co tutiilmi ro.il vlile worth twin- the .imouiit lo.incil. Our .ippi ilois.ui' expert Imluft ol t pill Ml ilis Om loim hi l- H'p.iWI In munllily IikI.iIIiih'iiK. Wo Iiivp li.inillcil iiirli fonhiicl' I'M'tittlwIr for I'lghlvvn inn, Our irwm' liiiul U glowing iinnuillj. We '.u ( utiiloi M IlHl'l'tlOM. The Columbian Building & Loan Co., Ruggcry Bldg., 22 Hast (!ay st, Columbus, Ohio. Write for booklet. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PLnil.I.'IKKl) KVKKY TIIUKHDAY MOKNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (t.Nl'Oltl-OHATED) 1'UltMSIlKRS VlllOIl. U. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

W iMM""WH MMAWfftffW, '-ttrVfl V. - Mr 'J I. r. ' & 9fl,J'P"BVUSf9'ffW St pf II ilMMnn SS HI l V ... Izzrli jM VSS L GSL. i5 Semi-Annual Report of the In firmary Directors of Hock- ' ing County. The doings of the Hocking Coun ty Infirinury Directors for the past six months might he of interest to the taxpayers. Tho law doen not require us publication but it if filed with the County -Auditor, und we will compile the liguros so that the doings up to March 1st , may he mude public. The report shows that there are housed thoro 11 males and 35 fe males, total 7(S. IUJ.T.S I'AIO OUltINO PAST MX MONTHS. Arota Hutton, Ast, matron children D. N. Settles, 20 days farm labor Heesie Scholl, -1 weeks cook at Jnl Clara Canan, 4 weeks cook at Inf...- Elsie Huinter, 4 weeks cook for children Andrew Reinschell, dig ging grave and threshing Henry Reinschell, shafts.... A. A. Smith M. D,, qr. sal., physician $20 00 20 00 M 00 II no II 00 4 00 1 25 43 75 15 00 II. J. Doobele, shoos J.J. Kalklosoh, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

.V.i-r ffpjnW51S?,r,'' m I .'WWWBaffWKaratii liWtfmiwtijw'fttiwpwj wwwun inns vmu ww11 .y w'uWTiM5wjiyygyva,tfjwwiwtiJMii ''P.i.iwMy'in iJPayji wuir3WPBfWMBpwHwywyywfwwiH l. imtmmiJUi'HWJuniHiii ijgg w hi iH 1. I .- . feflf $f 1 ff 111 -4 MJPth Jf t- H -,l $ til I f- JSriiW i .. ? v SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS x x ; Biue Valley The funeral services of Charles Icer man, who died April ."th, were con ducted at the Bushy Fork school house. Wednesday, and the leinains were laid 'to rest in the IJushy Fork cemetery, l?ev. V. (.'headle, olliciated. Miss Alice Elide of near Enterprise, was visiting her brother in this valley a few days last week. Miss Alice Dauru of Lancaster, is visiting her parents at this wtitlng. Mr. Amos Eliek is contemplating moving to Sugar Grove in the near fit line. Miss Anna Shoripbergcr of Colum bus, is visiting her parents at this writing. The Martin Bros., will move their steam saw mill to the Cornelius Rhodes farm in the near fuLuie. .loe Matheny is contempla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

lfWlPPPC7VH- w t '"' 1 V r; ffl M. f J fefc OXFORD To see them is to admire them. To wear them is to be admir ed for your good taste. I If TEDEM & CO. taKKfiE Xocal anft "pr Mrs. Kate Lytic is seriously at her homo. ill Roy Nelson, of Hawks, was in Logiin, Monday. Allen Julian, of Kaeholmnchor, wne in Logan, Monday. JnmeB Blankonslnp, of Winonn, was in Logon, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Shaffer spent over Sunday at Curbonhill. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anthony, of Orland, were in Logan, Tues day. Mr. George W. Miller was at Kacholmaohor, Monday on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Godfrey are spending tho week at Washington, C. H., O. Miss Florence Vorheeso, of Co lumbiiB, is the guest of Miss Myrtle Morgan. Auditor J. L. Murtin was in Yinton, Tuesday, looking aftor bis farming interests. Miss Era in u Tucker, a sales lady in the Rochester Lytle store, is quite ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Snider sueat Sunday with bis paronts in Washington township. George Fields, Clem Harden and Mac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

- wrf ""twrsrf rt)fw?' jirj&Jii.isw'www"-''ii'JLI"-''""" ""''' i'' i iflv (w3 "& nV i lj. l ;!f Real Agatha By I Picture by Dlrtl. V Wed Huntinglon l Wa,,e,, 11 l ''c)r Maion iAA Ompbell A) Aleshita n! !n CupjrrlKbt, lwf,l7 A.C. McClor A Co. (Continued from last week) "W'ulli," la- s.ilil "It's such a lip pint! (ia the Kills thought thuj'tl like it. Tin phaeton Is coming for ui altor church. AVhat's the mutter with yon We .shall miss on " "Oh, Just a bit off my feed this monilns-' Hut, Vlnront, my bov, ilo you lealUe that jou'ie going to chinch till alone b vouiself with hl sills the piettlcst in Himland?" "Suvett," eoiiecteil Vincent, un moved 'The setiet.uj Is koIjik with lib this morning " f shook my head at htm tultiililugh "Vou'ie a womloi fill fellow," I told him; "I couldn't manure sovun of them at once to save tnj skin It Keeps me busy enoiiRh when I take 'em one at a time ' At this moment the girls trooped dounstaiis, Tliov had theli piettleM gowns on and 'were full...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

W V 'li i RS " ' i" 'Jt&H liM"?r"?v',"v-'u ' t v-.-sv,.;r3nr .. tjUk''tt:'Z"i"T pgwiijuuM,iWMJmjt-l,UJI,Mwllll 'iilllMj rtiin mwi mmMiiaiiiai.iw t; i ( i; r' ' J 1 1 58' Royu jBaKmg JPomfer Absolutely Pun? It is economy to U30 Royal Baiting Powder. It saves labor, health and money. Where the best food is required no other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder. &1 Xocal anb : s Mrs. John Till, of Junction City, spent Sunday in Logan. Miss Lillie Evans spent Sunday with her porents in Gibisonville, Mr. Kph Shaw, of Carbonliiil, was in Logan Monday on business, Dr. W. D. Kane, of Laurolvillo, was in Logan Friday on business. Mrs. Ed Reck und children spent' Sunday with relatives at Athens. Mr. John Retnpel was a visitor in Columbus, Monday on business. Mr. S. H. Mathias, of Rock bridge, was in Logau on Saturday. Mr." and Mrs. A. M. Sparks, of Lancaster, were in Logan, Sunday. Mrs. Nan Beem has returned from a few weeks visit i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 April 1909

l ufcr' ' 'i U Tw Jl'lt ft Jt V? yj:isawawaaaaBai k&&p3iSfiR3BVfi i,kuj Ptc 5v4-swt?-j3yrfftta?1iie WBWJttPff 'iysssjpjss v"7iww!w,i jtm iW i ' b-t-f. Sr 1 ft IB vr v ww ? LOGAN THEATRE 4 TO-NIGHT J (Thursday, April i5) J $ High Class Motion Pictures and Songs J i 1st Reel What a Uniform T 0...1 o.i ri. r '.. f t &IU1 1XCC1 1 UC LUUCUU Si LUVC ltllUl. J. lib ITltll UU1UII Race. 3rd Reel Just Plain Folks. The Merry Widower. Illustrated Song by Mr. Belt "Neath the Shade of the Old Grape Arbor." No Pictures to-morrow niiiht on account of Hiih S i K School Literary Contest. Sat. Night, April 17, 3000 Feet 01 nranu new pictures anu me great ciniu nit song, "BUND P-G spells 'Blind Pig' " Sung by Miss Grace Lehman. t Open at 6: Grown Folks. . . t Xocal anb Mr. Ed. Lecroiie spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mr. ,1. S. Itossnian, of Sugar, was in Logan, Sunday. Mr. Nick Till frpent Sunday with his family in Logan. Mr. Sam Snider, of Lancaster, was a visitor in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Charle...

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. — 22 April 1909

mfiiHMr" - f THE DEMOeRATSENTMEL. Wtta OmooiHir-, Tnr. OHIO DEMOOttAT, 27th Tour No 10 TUT. HOOKINO 0ENTINI1L 00th Voar No 40 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1909. The Only D(mooratloPpr In th, County OltoaUtlon 3000 On DolUr Ftt Ym W'Wi"""MM'Wh'nl'"")U OY NO WS Social Clrclo Wednesday afternoon tho Social Clrclo will mbet with Airs, Henry Kesslor. Snturdny Club MIbb Lou Bownn will receive tlio Saturday Club, next Suturdny nftornoon. Twlco FIvo Tho Twioo Fivo Club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. John White, Monduy night noxt. Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blasius iiuvo issued uppropriute curds for their tenth wedding anniversary next Monday night. Sewing Circle Mrs. Hal Murphy will entertain the Sewing Circle, Friday evening with a six o'clock dinner at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. G. .Steinnian. ' W. C. T. V. The W. C. T. U. hold their reg ular meeting Friday aftornoon. April 10th, with Miss Sarah Etn erine, a very interesting meeting was held. Next mooting...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

MjjsEt5"(.a '-5, " ', JvrnV'.f W gr'iyyv yI?wStn?J5 I m Question. Answer ed MM ar trrzZn I 1 3P Why do in any p r li fer to tlouo- sit their money with tis at ft per cunt ratlii'i1 than to Invest It In stocks or loan lb themselves on a llrsb mortgage at (I per ccntoruven a higher late of Interest';1 SECOND-ITS MORE COX VEN1KNT. Wo pay the Interest promptly when tluu (a cheek Is mailed to you each six months), at tend caret ully to Insurance and taxes, and relieve thu certlllcate holder of all detail and worry In connection with his Investment. Writu for booklet. The Columbian Uuilding & Loan Co., Buggery 151(1,'., 22 East Gay st, Columbus, Ohio. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. HUHLISHKD .KVKltr VIIIIIIHUAY MOKNINCI. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCnimillATKD) I'UM.INIIKUH VlUaH, l l.OWKY, l'KKMlIlKNT U.a. ilANSKI., - HKC1EETAKY J. u. Dor.M.soN, ... KlXTOIl UlIAH. II. IlKt'K - ASSO. KlHTOIt AMANAHKK OKKIOB: In Uoilison Hlock, South Uoor Entered us Heooiid (Jlnss...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

"K'" HV K efr eiesssjsssB lmj-w r- , , IMW!HIISSHHSSIIIiSSIiXSnS3MHS8llflISHIiSiaHSMIISSaH rTT r-n wr ir n n IllVML, AKf VV MU A K. MU XB 1 WWBMIWBWSini'WRHIHIHWBi mnnMiiWHiiu'ji MMMM aimi fjBjjS HIIMII 111 fllllllllllll lM ' I I RSBUMiiiBiiaMniMaaiuiiiiMl HUVMMIMMKHUNNMKHUMai 'RtnTTmii .rrnsriC Mm'nmii'muMwnwmm 2fiE!lE!!5!!5!!3!infl irni? r ir.c.c jvrn-virv IW!H!Bi!iil!aS!ISiSS MpininiiiRHNmiHHiHaiwiKMBiiwx WMaw.-gaiaiBBwawnwwMiwWi IS-snMsmiiHHiinNH gNDICOTT-JOHNSON CO, -World's largest tanners and shoemakers sell direct to you no mid dlemen's prof ils. Endwell oxfords excel in style, fit and wear because Ihey are made and sold by a plan that saves all unneces sary profits, and all cost of production that does not add value to the shoes. More shoes made by ENDICOTT JOHNSON CO. are sold in Ohio than any other kind. Save part of your shoe money and get better shoes. For Sale by IN & WELLMAN I ixmnLmBcnfTVxmmsxx7rzTxnnB?.r- w-a mrnrmmmxrmtTTrr--7rTTTnwTimrlTnnnKTuiuniWrrMTrmTin H3...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

b?I7S ty-rwy -"W' ftt'tt'mlmftffvvvrt 1" ' enr.iFTV NFWd of 2 g OTHER TOWNS m Jt K V J JX Jt FU Jl AIMI Wesley Chapel Tim farmers are busy getting ready to pin u t onrn. Tlio sick of our vicinity uro bfit tor at thin writing. Suniluy puhool was well nttetuleil at this pluoc, Sunday. Mr, Coon U.li'hli'y wna soon wending his wuy to .Too Hurnhurt's, Saturday evening. Last Monday evening Mr. and Mm. John Hoy and futility, Acel Ameriiio, Mnymo utid Raymond Vest, culled on F. M. Mount and and fumily. The evening was spent with mimic. The visitors returned home ut a Into hour. Mr. Low Wnrtluunii of New Ply mouth, was on tills ridge Inst week shaking hands with friends,, glad to see you come again Low. Mr. und Mrs, Herman Studer of Logun, was visiting Mrs Studer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mount, Sunday, Mr. Chns. Pleukharp, of South Bloomingvillo, was the over Sun day guest of his wife. Mr. Arch Williams contemplates moving to Columbus, in the near future. Several from this place attende...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

4- luminjiiijimjiiii iiimiiu. mnu'ii i.Liiniiiiiii!"nii n i jjil jliiiih' hh i hi "i-wnn? ji mn!n'iw.Vfr! mwnmiwu I'll ill ihi"j im i"""iw ,,.,,.,., i,,. It,i, i ui,,.:! i.,.M lt.(.,ni iijLimiy'i wiiiiiim iiuiMjium i!li.' iS!JJJi'SS,'i!!!JiL!SSS .- u lv imxst&t&xso ?y ' A (CLOTHU3 1 ffi Xocal anft "lr" F. R. Uopeland of Huinden, Sun day eel in Logan. Mr. Lucius Wright was in Col umbus, yesterday. Mr. mid Mrs. Jesse Uorer were in CnlnnibuR, Wednesday. Mr. Olias. Wuin iviih in Onlum bus yesterdny, on business, Mr. Jolin .Jones went tn (Jolum bus Wednesday cm busuiesH. Postmaster John K. White is in Washington City, this week. Mrs. Vinton Carpenter, ol' Enter prise, was in Logan, Saturday. Attorney E, O. Putiit was in Columbus Monday, on business. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Merl Bur berry, Saturday, April 17, a girl. Mr. W. A Sturner, of Hondliupe Township, witBiu Logun, Saturday. Mr. und Mrs. Salfel, of Mux, were visitors in Logan, SaLurday. Mr. George Scullsmitli was a visitor in L...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

'yr'' V ffWISWJpl!1'1 ' '?T (SWl'JW J W J rv,"t!' t f tftM 'sr,H '4l mmmmmmm wui wmw m Mrfwi in. i 111 ii . in ,iiiTM-iiiiiigrTitrwilirpr'iiiiii jiljiii..iii u i.hii ! liiWMMr.iM.'Hnii..ww..Ti i' j irr'ww'r-'tr,'w,lTTy'wp -rpr Real Agatha ii ' it By I Piclute by HuDlinjlon Wlltn M"n A '-UV C.mpUll X-) Aleihite n! sG Ct7ilM, IW7, Vj A.O. McClurg Co (Continued from last week) "No, tbunk you, my lonl. This Is my evening off I am no longer Miss Manih, the secretary, but Mlsa Marsh, the lady of leisure." "I didu't think of It as work, and I thought iiorhaps you didu't, either, when wo did It together " "Uttlu boys shouldn't think: It's a bad habit." she said, auveiely; "be sides. ou talk llko T in the 'Dolly Dia logues ' " At this, Vincent's face grew ilesper ate, and 1 saw that she had goaded hi in Into asking her the question that bad been ou bis mind all day, and I nearly fell off the sofa In my efforts to hear without being seen "Do V" he said "Well, that's be cause I've something I'...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 April 1909

"SET & j; VummLYJr W - -m WK'CTy f3&a 'V L5l sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe guard against the cheap alum.powders which are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. EOYAI, 13 THE ONLY BAKING POWIJER MADE FROM HOYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR I local ano AUsb Mablo Hunter, on Route 4, made us a pleasnnt cull, Saturday. Mr. Harry Davis, of Lancaster, was n recent visitor in Logan. Mr. John Walters, of Murray City, wos in Logan, Friday. Mr. Rout. Bess, of Kacholmaoh er, was in Logan, Saturday of last Week. Mr. Merrit Montgomery, of Co nimbus, was a visitor in Logan, Saturday. Miss Mattio Slatzer was a recent uest of friends in Nolsonvillo, for a fow days. Take Notice II pnys to invest in oil stock", J F . 1 1 :il ways pays to invest in real estate, there is no 1 F almut it. Road on down. FOR SALT3-9 acres adjacent to Logan, good 7 room dwelling and out-buildings; 0 acres Is suitable for subdividing. Will sell all at a bargain, if sold within 10 days, other...

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. — 22 April 1909

.SiiL--a.,.,h -,.-,-i-l- . .uwtftct.t ..tnu wwh mnmfrm&fit iMyw 'mNyitit'W' TTv uwi wr ti wu twmjww bj K k $ LOGAN S I uiMiuni (Thursday, April 22) High Class Motion Pictures and Songs 1st Reel The Hand. 2nd Reel The Musician's Love Story. 3rd Reel The Unselfish Guest, and for the Sake of the Uniform. Song "The Little Red School House," Sung by Mr. Belt. i g Friday and Saturday, April 23 and 24 a 1st Keel 1 lie UliKe 2 ' 2nd Reel Betwixt Love and Duty. Get Me a a Step Ladder. J 3rd Reel Serpentine Dancers. ( Mo5&S&l,uMj ) 5 Song "Grandma," Sung by Mr. Belt. W r . n. -..' D f i infn rtr n- & .nun K Grown Folks Xocal anb trr See Warren for seed corn. All the fresh vegetables. COM- LY'S. Mr. Otto lies was in Lancaster, Wednesday on business. Flower and gurden bulk. COMLY'S. seeds in Mr. Charles Williams, of Goro was in Logan, "Wednesday of this week. You can find the Bell & Son's seed corn at WAKREN'S FEED STORE. Mrs. Will Kus9ler has been very sick at her home on G...

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