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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

IM THE DEMOeRA 1 TCfi OUIO DKMOORAT. 27th Ym No 17 MBHOOMHQBBHJ-1-.J,Wrtln ft.pl 1 00 LOGiN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1009. The Only DemooratloFaptr Id lb Ooontj OlronUtlon 3000 One DolUr PerT,r !.' ? r. OF E New Plymouth Mr. Wm. Stone and wife of Honey Fork, spoilt Wednesday with 11. y '. Harden and family. Mrs. Lovlna Randall, after spend ing a few days with friends In Logan, returned homo Monday. Mrs. Spires and daughter, Mrs. Harrison of Rutland, were called heio by the serious Illness of her grand mother, Mrs. LenaMusser. Mr. Sherman Cherry of Alice, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Catherine Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln of near Mt. Pleasant, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Trnese. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wharf spent Sunday with Mr. Wharf's brother Tom, of II ue. Miss Myrtle Soudcrs and Mrs. T. A. Hughes, spent Thursday In Logan. Mrs. Samantha Taylor and son Kenneth, after spending several days with her aunt, Mrs. Asbury pool, re turned home Saturday evening. Miss Buelah H...

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. — 29 April 1909

i ) C -T -a-5BKKT"f--T'-'" t--raiW' ia- I, ,, - " .T?Jtr-wrtiifaiy ! fr'rf ; Ml "'" in ' V"" frWW'''1 .LifW7T'J ' I H UIHII..II imiiiinMmi.ii.ninii.iii. MiiiM.il miiiim im inma.iini i i i i " " "' ' i m- mi mi iraiiml iiiiimi HB I OTExmHOEMSHKHsasisi sanasEXiEssHssa jEiMawrasaMrartre KgssjMgCTmssTCTszatieg:-: 1 JggB2aBroBfiSffiSagBH35mHaCTIl ssaazaaosEEZfflE The great manufacturing and clay working city is now offering the greatest inducements to people in eyery walk of life, of any city her size. Nature has endowed her favorite Garden Spot with such favishness. (hat in the present infancy of her development she far r t jrr- --t-- surpasses Cripple Creek when at its zenith . jlz ., II IT I ink 1 i H H I 4$ A N N 4 4 'C A T .TBatCTgJJ!lrtMKil Mtggaramgg 3" F w JBLdfJd? aggMgEssaBgaa&icflsiK u s T RY At 6 o'clock in the morning when the factory whistles are Mnvtinrr nnrl limnrfrArlc (i linnnv jinrl rfniprt(i man nnH wnmoti are hurrying to their daily tasks, Logan appears as a veri...

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. — 29 April 1909

r "" t'T - stf II. njiiiimniwMi'HipBiiimjwi M"";wi umWWWWWWBWII WBWWffMIHHIM'HUlJll iWail4wilMiiiitUWllilllUJJWMPWWUiiiiTritnBill)WWiiiiiillii f ,SMi.VMs'iP-sWiWiiiHffl L 1 fo A. T. 3? lLu3es3 Oxford styles ia nJi tenliicrs including popular colors IQ Wk, ma IS x3B yari VIiii IIB il, Huso 1 WKSnP g$!iwseil er Shoes for Less Money and Ox Blood $3.00 oaid 3.50 You save from 50 cents to $1 on ENDWELL shoes because you buy direct from rab) materialno mid" dtamen's profits. Only shoes made by ENDICOTT JOHNSON CO. nre sold in this way, as this is the first and only shoe house in the world to tan leather and sell the finished jiroduct direct to the wearer, through the retailor. Most shoes cost more than they are worth because they pass through so many hands hide trust leather trust leather broker shoe manu facturer and jobbei The expenses, profits and losses of each of these middlemen must be added to the price, Which you pay, without adding any value to the shoes. You get the full Worth o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

r1mlttmaiimjnMmilf-imtf, twMliiwwhtiMi4riiHtnfcnltlfa Mtir1i'1f''w " s l?BM!5?r' - 5 V i j jP "i y t W-& vi vsjpj 5ia&w-sr " '" ' v ' T' -1 """- , ' L, I r t h SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUHLtaiCKD KVKKT TltOKNUAT MOKN1HO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. l-UCHMKm?iw) Viiinii. ('. I.nu'iiv. PukmiiikMt H.o. lUNMKt., HM'urrAiiv J. It, DoM.IKON, , KlIITOK ClUAM. II. HfcCK AHSO. Hl.ITollAMANAC.KR 0HT1UKI III Dolll.ii.M lltnuk, Himtli Di.or KutorcHlm HpcoikI Olwu Mntler Octnlior I IKK!, lit til" J'UHl ullloo III l.oijlill, Ohio, under Act nr Columns ot .Mi'li :i, Mm. Tliursday, April 20, I909. Seeing Things Aright. Slowly but surely tlio surround Ingu of mo n bring thoin to seeing tilings aright. When hunger unci nilHory are all about us among the laboring men, thon it is that wo bogin to sit up and take notice to the cauttu and ell'eet, and we won der whut is wrong. Our friend, Editor Ghatfield, of the Murniy City News, in his paper of lust week begins to size the thing u...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

aj; v .vpiU -'flww-Tp amw- fi i - BTiWLm!wwinwi.wwfiii!wwff mTwwmMwt nweti ninywiww iihwhwi nmuwMim fi iinyiwygMwn,iiinHPWTw L ii Sco Wuiicn for s(ed corn. Rnv. li;inkli..lV..7hrLnnMli.r on Tuesday. Rov. Spoehr was in Sugtr Grovo on 'I'uesday. Mr. John Kastorling iH on tho sick list this week. Mr. Itobort Harden was a visitor in Columbus, Tuesday. Mr. George Smith was a Lancas ter visitor, Monday. Mr. L. W. Price, of Route 4, was in Logan on Siturday. Mr. R. D. MoManigal was in Columbus, Tuesday. Mr. Royd Rowo, of Columbus, spent Sunday in Logan. Mr. Mourt Gray, of Vinton, was n visitor in Logan on Sunday. Judge V. P. Martin was in Co lumbus, Tuesday, on business. Mr. Russol Rutin went to Lan caster, Thursday, on business. It is reported that the firo is still raging in the coal mine at .Fobs. Born to Mr. and Airs. Chris Gompf, Monday, April 19, n boy. Mr. Ambrose Voris spent Sun day at Shawnee with his parentB Mr. L It. Ayors was a visitor in Lancaster, Tuesday, on business. Squire...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

T-TW-r" ''.iTOtV? 'K. -JUSj5f i" J ' "" WM x t SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS X kfb JXj JKt Jw 1K1 tv W Jv M Flowery Banks HuUseolonnlng tiutu goetus In be tho older of t he d.j In this vluln Itv. MrH. I) F Nilil-sor mid tluity li ter .Sntiru, were sun on our streets Saturday, Jacob Nihiser was u puller at .1. W. Smith's, Sunday morning. Mrs. Cottormau, who bus been on the sick lint for sometime, if slowly improving. Edward Piorson and fiiuiily wore Been parsing thtough this place Saturday. The Misses I In kin mid Bortha Smith attended church ut Zlon, Sunduy evening. John Uoleton was the Sunday guest of Jess Holston and wifo. Miss Stella Smith culled on Miss Birdie Rogers, Thursday. Mies Stibra Nihiser was seen on our streets Friday. J. W. Smith whs a Logan caller Suturduy. Hi.uk Bum.. South Perry Wni. Crowley, of Kllsnsbury, Wash., was here a few days last week visiting his sister Mrs Joseph E Fast. This is first visit here since leaving this community twenty-five yeurs ago, having be...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

- f? n ' c&sJpnin&jjnr?-r'yi!!T'MmWM'Kmau,Jt mm I iSnK : Newest Styles in Ladies Waists TWO IN ONE The very latest in LAdios lino Lingerie Waists. Ilns tlio new combination collar which by turning down gives yon the Dutch collar and by turning up and pining forms the regular collar as illustrated.' Made of fine batistes, front and back beautifully trimmed with s fine laces, insertions and medalions, open in back, three (fuarter and long sleeves. Beautiful Waists at m x am U Yl Ladles Dutch Collar Waists made of good quality 'white lawns, Gibson plaits trimmed with cluny, Dutch collar trimmed with cluny Insertion and edged with beading, 11 t( turnover cuffs to match, open In front, very stylish, at ipi.UU Ladles Dutch Collar Waists made of white lawns, front elaborately trimmed with embroidery, cluny Insertions and wide plaits, Dutch collar tastefully trimmed with cluny Insertion and edged beading, turnover cuffs djl r? made to match collar, open in back, very pretty, at.. pl...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

l.rlllli"lt'(llll.ll in.in,(.iyt'.ry t!rnTr t-jpi-' VWMH !(?. sAAC k I wwfl4yr .,,, ii, .'"'"-"'i,,,",''"11 I ". - ii lilu 1 3) 171 19 m ii I It fl m .at. Tjt m.mmF Off y " Jl w f ,,Pi,JS IILiH BBBwgagsBHgiEggBaaiaEMgJg) SOCIETY NEVS OF OTHER TOWNS Buck Run The enteitalnment given at the Kline school 1 riday evening, the Ulth was well attended and all lopoiteda good time. Air. Albeit Kdwauls passed tluough here this morning with a load or lumber. .Mr. Tom "VVoIt of Hveij Place, vis ited his patents, Friday and Satui day. Air. Levi Green called on Alartin Thompson, Sunday. Airs. Lama and daughter Addie of NeKonvllle, spent a few dajs last week with Airs. Emily Tidd. A good many liom tins place, attended chuich at Alt. Pisgah, Sun day afternoon. Allss Jennie lleouglier ol Rock bridge, spent Fiiday cening wlthW. Stuait and family. Allss Alinnie Kline of Lancaster, is spending a tew days with liei par ents, Air. Wesley Kline. The following spent last Wednesday evening at the home of At....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

tsriwrt jrv t "? ' WI..MllWWWWrot-HTOWW l-'iu.jjmwjimj1 Y3anr-wrrvrznalmmn vwawm vmlKw.lnnLW mimmtimiinu'9ifiifK0 isHaa?3fl;Meaawa!niM.ii.'S 1 I r . a frfl I "O j rr fiXiOM "ftf'rv"v -Jfc I " Ibsotutcly Ture Renders the food more wholesome and su- - 4-vO 1i I l-l"i--i i-i"r juiiui. ut ugiiuiccs 3 The only baking fi mntlf frnm IH Royal Grapo Cream vfhMMHHran 'jrxa'KJKiWi.aan.MSi nMHWWBlWgJHH iSMi!SiSIi!2iP ocai anb B3ES5K5-X-XS3B-SI!iK5535S3535Ssg33SI Miss Mury Till w.ih h ColumbuB yisitor Sunday. Mr. Chnrlcy Iloweii wus a visitor in ColutubiM. Monday- Dr 0. S. Wnott wub u capital city visitor, on Monday. Mr. .1.0 Benl, of Curbonhill, wiih in in Lngim, Sutuidny. L Mr. .1 G Biown wns u buBinesw visito.r in Columbus, Monday. Mr.,1 N. Stiers wub a business visitor in ColumbuB, Monduy. Liveryman V. L. Gnge was in Columbus, Monday on IniMnesH. Mr. and Mis. Budd Morrip, of Rockbridge, wore in Logan, Sat urday. A Question Answer ed , Why d o many p re fer to do po sit tliuir money with us a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 April 1909

liiiwuiM.I yv!t,trjrj;1ifev-;.if.i'iiTii.i mo QfjQjj MMMiM(aMMMi uaiad 1 " T" "F v r -Vf f-wn-'Hjt ,1j'iV!'"'-,,SfjPt5ff?P9p GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS TONIGHT (Thursday, April 29) lt Reel--Under the l.ivery. Unwilling Chiropodist. anil RueU-Tlie Bride of l.ummcrmoor, (A Tnultjody of Uoimle Soot land.) Tho Pointing. Ortl Keel Tiio Skipper's Daughter, (One of the Greatest Pic-- lures' Kvor I'toduccd.) KongTlio Stirring Natloiuil Nuval Song, "For the Roil, White uiul Blue," sung by Mr. Holt. To-Morrow Night, Friday, April 30. 1st ReelThe Laplanders. Boss and Her Goose, and Reel--Burglar Gitpid. 3rd Recl--Trnpped by Police Dogs. A Joyous Surprise. Song--"No One Knows," sung by Mr. Kelt. SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 1, Entire Cliango of Pro gram. It Will be Good. Program Chungcd Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur days. IItra tlood Show Saturday Night. Open at 6; Continuous Performance 'VVVVfcVfcVW'Vfc,V'VVVVVl I LOGAN THEATRE I t t t t Grown Folks 10c Children . t t s t ff k r.....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

ril - " ' w - n i if mi DEMOeRA T$ENTINEL ijit$ THE OHIO DEMOOHAT. 27th Tetr No 10 Till'. HOOKING SENTINEL OBth Yer No 42 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1009. Th Only Democratic: I'lipar In th Oonntj Olroalatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Ttar rMWJfW ONION AS R On Thursday ovoning, nf tor an all day trial, Lizzie Hart was ac quitted from tlio charge of lar ceny. Sho was on trial for the Mealing of a watch, the proporty of Mr. Charles Elbon, of no&r Laurelvlllo. Friday there was no court, and on Saturday Judge Martin was on the bench and hoard the divorce case of Lowis Toth vs Lizzie Toth. The caso was not contested and tlio plaintilF was granted u doaree. The caso of the Ligan Manu facturing Co. vs Charles By Met al, that was to have boen tried Thurs day and because of the death of Andy Ryers wus put oir until Sat urday, was sottled out of court. The Byors livo near the Logan Mfg Co. plant and got into dispute as to the ownership of a strip of land between the two proper...

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. — 6 May 1909

fr-J ii iwwit vvtjr-' f1!F' pw'rH w;WWW''rf'',aM13 5Tir"sr"' mWuiiiiiiaiiMto WUMItfiM.T'MWPmiUi MWmiLII'M fJWfciJfawwwwn WWMMtfli; IB 1 uililiiP I nu w lifii 1 Si Ill ill M I UK lilt i iiiiiiiiii i iin i HI Wi wM mi mm WvP t$mj Wx mam W H tQ!SZS3ES!SaSSIS23SSS2S3:C ESE2EKJ3SGES553 EESESSSSS JE2TSa33SS?32SSEat3asr5aKaSiS IKiESiSEiSESEXEaEESSffiE LOGAN p SSiffi3SSSSaSSS!nS;j:affiS SSCSSH her The great manufacturing and clay working city is now offering the greatest induceEiients to people in every walk of life, of any city size. Nature has endowed her favorite Garden Spot with such lavishness. that in the present infancy of her d surpasses Cripple Creek when at its zenith development she far ngcs wmtjos mq "CA Buy vFtssHk T .a N N 91 y K 5th M. p JIL caSSo JsLvntld 93 f fll " JLW JL COMME ) B?!1faggraBS3aSS5SgSS3 S3?CS?a&5EC3S5JSS3ffiEC'iSfE32a KESK33B22E32 N JLJ'' U 6- T RY At 6 o'clock in the morning when the factory whistles are blowing and hundreds of happy and contented men a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

I S 0 if IDE MM Ha!lli!sllsdiH!!8HHBaSHBSMIISSSMHP JUta" HS2:Z:S2:2S2:S2:aiS2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:22 m . w I jLocai ano ,"&&" X" X Ji" X X X ' X I - Mrs. Ed Smith was in Columbus, Saturday of last week. Mrs. W. L. Gago was in Lan caster, Saturday visiting friends. Messrs. George Tucker and Ihb brother Bob Tuckor, of New Straitsvillo, were in Logan, Satur day. Former Marshal George Bayn ham, of Murray City, was in Lo gan, Saturday of last week on business. Mr. Tom Tuilor, of Murray City, has moved his family on a farm near Logan and will make that liis business Mis3 Josephine Hule, was a ro cent visitor in Murray City, the guest of relatives and friends in that town. Messrs. H. Seidenfeld, Lewie Toth and Joe Hide, of Murray City, were in Logan, Saturday in attendance on court. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, of Ward Township, were in Logan Saturday enroute to Combridge, where they will visit relatives a few days. Miss Cockins, violin teacher, was in Logan a few days this week, returning ...

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

M? i 'v' ""' r- -s-tp fS'v ?jp ; niminiii loaiarJfiwiiftwtiiiMini MUnvtialiam !JU IWWi IJ J m illl.ll lift Tempting Delicious Crisp Post Toasties A dainty food fur Kvoryone, Kvery Ago, lCverywbcre. u" "The Taste Lingers Popular pkg. KV. Largo Family size lut Sold by Grocers DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUHM3HKU KVKHY TIIUK8DAY MOUSING. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOIIPOUATKU) l'UUMHIlKKH VfHOIIiC. I.OWIIY, - 1'KKSIllKNT II. U. HANHBr,, - 8KCKF.TAUY J. 11, DoM.lBO.N, - ElMTOIl (J HAH. II. HhOK AHSO. KDlTOK.tMANAdKK OKKICE: In Uolllson Utock, Soutli Door , Eutcrailua Socond Class Mutter October 1 IWKI, at tho I'ost ottlce nt I.oKim, Ohio, under Act of Coiiui-bss of Muh it, S"V. Thursday, May 6, 1909. COUNCIL PRONGS Pursuant to recessing from Tuesduy night of lust week, tlio Village council met on Thursday night and transacted considerable business. While the members of the council gathered in, the pro perty owners of Mound street held a meeting and decided on t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

i m&&A&&&&&&&&&A&&&&m I YOU SHOULD SEE OUR SUITS AT $1 5.0D 1 BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR SPRIHG SUIT eft Tj m " eft - F. Blasius & Son tewwwswwwwwwwwwwwwwswi Xocal anfc HsJv j jt 9 JC Jv & JCf $ J J Mr. Sim Price spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mr. Frank Oatley was a cni itul city visitor, Tuesday. - Mr. W. A. Henderson was in the Arch City, Tuesday. Mr. Tom Hell, of Murray CityV, was in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. unci Mrs. L. R. Ayers were Columbns visitors, Tuesday. Mr. Charles Slovens was in Co lumbus, Tuesday, on business. Wo clean wall paper. Neyer streak. Mitchell & Kalklosoh. Mr. Fred Barnes, of Columbus, was in Logan on Monday on busi ness. Mr. George Scliaal, of Orland, was in Logan, Tuesday, on busi ness. Mr. It. D. McManigal was in Columbus, Tuesday, on a business trip. Who cleaned your wall paper? Why, Mitchell & Kulklosoh, of course. Mies Julia Kinser was in Elk Fork, Sunday, visiting her grand parents. Mitchell...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

f--r. f W-fff $? Clf- -'- ,. lfi" f" ' " Mf1 m iuMHftt) I! IPBPflllT'W Mffll IH El B I El 91 ki I mSI m a w Bli rH 15 0 I B I H B ilBBBJBBBstBBBHiHBiljBWirMBBKcBBsM I CAflCTV ME1AC AC $! OTHER TOWNS tw m Blue Valley Amos Elicit is still disabled of the Injury lie retrieved some time ao. Henry Slieets, w ho has been taken to the Athens State hospital for treat ment, is improving very slowly. The winter term of school at Ifens leys closed Friday. A grand enter tainment was given in the evening under the management of Myrtle Clark; a largo number from this place attended. Mable and Cecil Steint., of "Worth ington, and Iilckie Schneider, of Co lumbus, were the guests of the lab ter's parents. .Mr. Schneider and wife, Sundav. The closing day of school at Hrusliy Fork occured Saturday, after a very successful term under the tutorship of Cliloe Clark. The noon hour was enjoyed by a large dinner prepared by the ladies of the distilct. after dinner the audience was entertained by a number of...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

ffTEw--'"riV'- jr pjiuiwi'w"'""3 ' wp wywaj,''i'i'"itn"y"tj'ptwiM PU" wttw im.i4w3mmf uuwnH r i i r :l c T B1 iPti ! wiPiirJ'tilWWwt tious SkSE' ROYAL The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Grapes Mf.; 6J 3Local anb VM . .v. .x. .X. & i Mrs. Dr. Aplin, wub in Coluui bua, Mondav. Mr. Cy llansloy wont to Lancas ter Monday on businffls. Mr. .1. W. Linton was in Lancus tor Mondny on business. Miss Hlunche Stroupo was u vis itor in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. L. ,1, Warner was a Colum bus visitor Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. K. , M. Martin, were Capital City visitors, Mon day. Mr. Tom U.illins, of Columbus was u visitor in Logan on Monduj of! this week. Mrs Dr. Allen and daughter Nellie aro visiting in CirclevillK for a few days. Mr. Arthur Hill" left Thursday for Seattle, Washington, whore he will remain nil summer. Question Answer CU r To W-jO AVI... ,1 , 83 " "J many pre- ler to dopo- 7 $ &il their money with us at 5 per cent rather than to invest it in stoc...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 May 1909

1"'l"HX"r" yw "ttMfr f?J i4$ppto5W A 2. "CP? E I J LOGAN THEATRE f S GOOD MUSIC. BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS 5 $ Tn,NinHTc: 5t J (Thursday, May 6) Saul nncl David 5 r Good Mecllclno J Unfortunate Pickpockets r A Prairie Town Romanco Sone---"lVloo': Mo Swoot Kathloon In Honey j f Stinklo Time." J To-Morrow Night, Friday, May 7 g r A Homo at Last Cure for Rheumatism The Village Gossip An All Wool Garment Impersonators Jokos Song "Won't You Bungaloo." SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 8, Entire Change or Pro- gram. It Will be Good. Program CIiiimkciI Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur days, lixtra Uood Show Saturday Night. Open at G; Continuous Performance Grown Folks 10c Children 5c K Grown Folks 10c OCAL NEWS Chus. Brohni wne Saturday in Lancaster, Will meet you Saturday at Hurt's Drugstore. Squire Yonker, of Maxville, wus in Logan, Wednesday. Sweet Cider at Hammon Acker. Mr. George Roller was a visitor in Lancaster, Tuesday. Dr. J. S Oherrington was in Columbus, Wednesday. All kind of Cheese ...

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. — 13 May 1909

' (WPfJf'l,rwlww'ni - .T--(rf -v r fsv ? Ttr, "T1 'Jtf- HE DEMOeRAT'SENTINBL. Alia i tor' 9 Ollloo mo THE OHIO DBMOORaT, 27th Tr No 10 THI! H00KIH0 BENTINJUi 08th Year No 43 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NAY 13, 1909. The Only Demoorttlcl'iper In th Oonnty OlronUtlon 3000 One DolUr Per Tef ) l! I J U cm N ws Jolly Uozon MrB. Frank Kborst will entertain tho Jolly Dozen, next wook. Sowing Circle. ' MIhb Lucille Allen will entertain tlio Sowing Circle 'I'linrsilay eve- Social Circle. Mrs J. It. Ellison will lie tho hostess for the Social Circle, Wed nesday afternoon. Tourist. The Tourist took a "tour" to Ilaydenvllle, Thurstluy. unci will bolho giiosts of Mr;. Chatles Mc Lain. King's Daughters A vory pleasant meeting of the 'King's Duughters was held at the homo of Miss Florence Bright, Tuesday afternoon, Devotional exorcises were led by Mrs. P. M. McKay, after which Miss Nellie Allen and Miss Florence Bright gave a piano duet. The afternoon subject for discussion was concern ...

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. — 13 May 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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