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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

4VV3erivr,rKT ' mm1 nmtniimrmm9mwniwvnmA 'j'ii'fwiyn tr , 71 ?' EL Vf1 e i 9k9&Pu&(2filu AN m TALK Columbus, O , May 0 In sev eral counties of this state tlio farmers are oil and gas mail. It is due to the discovery of oil in tho Bromen fields, about fifty miles south of Columbus, two years ago, Since then a wave of speculation has been sweoping through Perry, Hocking, Fairfield, Vinton and Athens counties. More than one hundred companies bavo been or gnnized, and oil exchanges have beou opened in Newark, Columbus, New Lexington, Athens, Lancas ter, Junction City, Somerset, Lo gan and other place3. The Stand ard Oil company is pumping into its tanks in Bremen from 1,500 to 2,000 bairels of oil a day from thrse fields, Kvery foot of land iu five cotin tios is owned or leased by corpora tions which are hopeful of finding the miin body of this product. Geologists have stated with great omplnsis tint an immense cavern of oil, which will bo worth many millions of dollars, will su...

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. — 13 May 1909

TJT JAIR) I'ny" F TJ, f ( 'WTP'tV? JT! Next Sunday The J locking Volley 1'y. will rim n pop ulni' rato excursion to points :iii(l at fares nanii'tl l-elow : Columbus $1.25 Wullston $1.(11) Jackson $1.00 Unllipolis $1.2") Miildloporl ... $1.2" Toineroy $1.2.") Trains stop at inler mediate points. In quire of Agents N. Y. Ky. for further information. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. l'lJHMHlIKD KVKKY TIIUK8DAT MOUSING. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOitl'ollATF.n) rUBMHHr.HS tainlttg 10.05 acres ? Fifth Trner, that part of Fractional Lot No. 7 In Sen. flfl, containing 10 02 ttcree; Sixth Truct, that putt of Fraction ill Lot No 8 in Sec III contHlnliip II) 118 acres; Seventh Trnct, Frno tiomit Lot No 12 in Sua HI, con talnlng HI acre. In nil 211 01 acros. Fulls Twp. John W. Schnal to Jticoh AT. lingers, Lots No 2 nml 3 and part of Lot No. 1 In Sec. 10; consideration $:l!30. Logan D. A. Umtiolls nnd T. E. Wurron to Charles Stevens, Lot No. 1201 in Mingo Torrueo Additio...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

WWJSW F?!f?ii-'F&)VWlw """'V " ' "N m ' in - ji-jh mm i pimnuini hi I i hi wii' i' istM mSMV I Mi . V -J BAJ, "HfJfifebte flHHHJSer5iia 049ilbmdiPx' a AfeiesSi' Big Reduction in LAMES' TAILOR-IDE Wo have nine Junket Suits left in sixes .'14 oS. They are nil this season's latest styles, fancy striped worsterds in the popular shades. need a suit now is the lime to buj'. Ladles Jacket, Suits made of shadow and fancy striped series, jackets trimmed with buttons and some with collars and cuffs of corded silk and and fancy braids, satinc and satin lined; flare skirts, trimmed with but tons, $10.00 and $11.50 suits reduced to $11.00 and Ladles Jacket Suits made of fancy striped Panamas and series In the new shades of tan and blue, Jackets but ton trimmed and lined with satin; Hare skirts, trim med with buttons, $21.50 and $20.00 suits reduced to Ladies Jacket Suits made of line quality", fancy striped worsterds, jackets trimmed with corded silks, fancy braids and buttons, full satin li...

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. — 13 May 1909

..J -." U)g.dMbjWM zym WpjLHJ p - fc'"t' '?'S9T!P5WrfPi(P HU1WWLIMIII lHMWliaimUhl'lilMI '! u JJl.f. LJll RAILROAD NEWS 5 1R1 Rj A Jc R yt n Rj W Jv Mistaken orders were responii ble for n dreadful head on colltsnn on tlio K. iV M. rallrorul nonr Al. bany onrly Wednesday morning, in which firenmn Johnstono was instantly killed, being caught be twoott tlio tender and boiler head, and his body crushed to a pulp. Engineer James Stevens, son of the late William Stevons, of Langs yille, hud one foot crushed nud was othorwiso injured. Stevens nnd Johnstone were in charge of train No. S)D, going north 119 u work train, and the collision was with an Albany helper, returning empty, in charge of Engineer Arm strong and Flroman Will Ohlingor. Both of the latter jumped in time to save themselves and thus escaped injury. Tho cause of the accidont is said to havo been the result of u mis take on tho part of Engineor Arm strong in rouding the orders hand ed him by tho operator at Albany. The order...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

"9 i s-,'?rnn3!-' ij"HWjWWimmwiiinn in iMWuin mini ,11 hi t ii ibwihwiwmw WBWiPTwgriww imuulinw i)llJI IIBI)WUW'W'llIWl'-l'"ll'ltWiTt'MitJ' 1. , Ujnit, ..,n , ft i Pumps Are Popular The new ankle strap patterns fit like a glove and will not slip at the heel. We huvc them in all the popular lca'thcrs, patent and tans, also Suedes in London Smoke and Brown. SEE STEDEM & CO. Xocal an& "Tug Day"' June r. get the dato. Don't for- Mr, Klo Donaldson is in Kansas for a few days Mr. John McLaughlin wiib in Co lumbus, Tuesday. Mr. Tom Webb, was a visitor in Nelsonville on Tuesday. Mr. Chae. Van Horn, of Athens, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. William Bowers wus a Capi tal City visitor Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Kelch whs in Lancas ter, Tuesday on business. Mr. J. W. Huls, of Rockbridge, was in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. Poto Thurness was in Nel snnville, Tuesday on business. Mr. John Dougherty was in Co lumbus, Tuesday on business. Dr. Eurnest Ranch, of Lancas ter, wan in Logan on Tuesday. Mr. W. P. Mil...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

5 TBhVft!HnrtmnKBlwwiiwT,w 7-r 7V$T V l-W PJTl I I' JkleJLJBp ftj w w J m vi 'IffiaPBi V-A HH gaa rsa eg m i h p mwmmt'm nvai IMK&&&c? E&31 ?f Ii k H5HH93Is!Ssj7 ft ScKfPJI mMmmmmmMfmmmmMmwm j&jmxw&mjmw -.i.,-. w-mriHt-iiAri-fsxitT m - x r oai v tanii- "w- r w - nr it o r vna ijuijils' tAini.NAi iui--iyiy otn, nyv JHs:22:&:s;::2::2:;S::ei Umlor Act of March aStli, 1902 3 SOCIETY NEWS OF K ! inn flirt uiwraK rr' K1 --. -,,.,v, r. iccount, doctor, del)- WirXW&'&WMWMWX'&im Irlinu Hollow OKTMOUKAl'IIY Give the proper abbreviations for tlic following: tor, junior, the present nionui. Mention live coiniuon prefixes and illustrate the &.11110 In words. Indicate bv diacritical marks two sounds each of 0, o, s and 0. 4-10 Spell the following words to be pronounced by the examiner: privilege, antecedent, allege, mischievous, caterpillar, Glasgow, Chica go, parallel, Greenwich, herring, salmon, anthracite, screen, Yankee, definitely, dense, extreme, ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

WN-wmwMMPTintrwm iiT-WgtwwwwTwwwrwi HI i WMHWIWIPIIW MMMWMMmMIWM .iiiiiini.iw.iiiiMjii.i.ii,.,ii.iirjuiniui,umu.iuinriii Jj Iii extending H s We invite you -Rs .a& i WUCtL y mmmmmm I u ew Stock-Few The equipment and facilities for handling your ::::::: business and furnishing ::::::: PURE DRUGS is unsurpassed and with competent druggists to H compound your prescriptions, we are confident of pleasing you. We have a complete line of J : . 1 Pure Drugs I Druggists Sundries s i Patent Medicines 1 Stock Food Books and Stationery IK-: . With correct prices on everything. Make OUR STORE YOUR i Cor. Main and Spring Streets B Opera House Block Xocal anb ir Rev. J. W. Willis was a capital visitor on Monday. Mr Kd C. Radebuugh was in Lancaster, S-iturduy. Mr. Ohas. Stevens was u Colum bus visito- Sunday. Mr. William Wright was a vibj. torin Lancaster, Monday. Mr. George Siiaw was In Colom bo?, Monday on business Dr. G. V. Beery, of Lancaster, was in Logan, Thursday. Miss Ad i Unger has rot...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 May 1909

M VVVVVVVVVVVVV.VVV'VV'VBI I LOGAN THEATRE I $ t GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS TONIGHT (Thursday, May 13) C. Q. D- or savi'd bv wireless. Tlic ramming ami sinking of llieS. S. "Itppubllc" bytliuS. S. "Flotilla" oir .Van tucket and ".lack" Blntis the wlieii'ss hero ami his good old American smile. Romance of the Old Mill A Pair of Kids Whon Lovo Will (beautifully hand colored.) All's Woll That Ends Woll Song--"Tho Longest Way 'Round Is tho Swoot ost Way Homo." Sung by Miss Lehman To-Morrow Night, Friday, May 14 1st Rool--Lovo and Law 2nd Reol--The Ironworkers 3rd R00I--A Sister's Love and a Cure for Bash fulness Song--"Swoot Jessie Dear." Sungby GonoBolt SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 15, 3000 feet of tile high est class selected pictures, and Illustrated song by Fred Warner Program Changed Mondays, Wednesdays, l-'rldays and Satur days, lixtm (loud Show Saturday Night. Open at 6; Continuous Performance Grown Folks 10c Children 5c Teachers Grantoil Ccrtincnlcs. W HHJCi jt tL Si s j 5j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

W V".1'' V K -iTVW Jf .frr i"' m:F t - -"J??" X DEMOeRA TSENTINEL r Attdw' M M i TUP, OHIO DKMOORAT. 27tbYrNo 20 Till! HuOKLNU 8BNTIN1U. 08th Year No 44 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1900. The Only Democratic l'nper In the Oonnty OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar for Year V "n SHRINER TRIAL On Alonduy tho caso of tho State of Ohio va Douglas Shrinor, in dicted Tor murder In tho second dogroo, opened ' In tho common ploaa court liuro, Judge Martin on tho bench, nn (I hh wo go to press tho c'liso is ettll being tried, mid Wimnly eontustod on both bides, On January II u shooting on cured in tho Ed. Price temperance saloon, and K. W. EHep, a shop employee Hiib-icquoiitly died at tho . iwiupmun notoi. There ih no do.ibt that tho gun wan in the hands of Douglas Shrinor, bur tondor, that indicted tho gunshot wound on tho body of Estop, but Shriner clnima self defense. There woro but tho two persons in the Hiiloon at the tiuio of the shooting, and the exuot way it happened will pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

f!Sp!p!qfirTt?vt&:t$i1'1 'ncn ' . 7 'it--' &-!' f lf'rK in i mm.. u ) pi i ii ii 4. jpT.rfV j. J Pl. II . .- " ". - -. m 1IIIIIIBWIHIWMI'" mmmtl lllMiammmunili ii..-h -- - f WlMFW gfB h HHI hEHMEH ILtfli T Ii m is I H LuSMHMBnM WILL COM ll f i" TTrrrnirrrinrTrMiBiwiTnnriTMa LOGAN, OHIO. You Should be the Maker of Your Own Future This is your opportunily to buy the very cream of Logan real estate on easy terms. These lots are plainly in the best section of the town where marked progress and improvement is apparent on every side. No other investment promises such splendid returns. Logan is the safest and surest point in the country today for real estate investment, and Qlenview Heights is a logical out-growth of necessity. MENCE ATI KittA. m D HH I ?S L I LyVJI 1 l HEIGH tmsas&nc&B&to&amssimm TermsThese Be uti 111! ful Lots Will be Sold on Easy Terms Ii H. ill im 5 NT DISCOUNT FO! NO INTEREST-NO TAXES FREE DEED I N CASE OF DEATH RPMCnDCD fat real estate is the ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

3C i-jjiiiMMiijj'.iiii' uii'w)'igiimmiwa:mjwanmHMiii iij iWtnWU K.WIIHtpW tfnw 'l f f ri?P- nm HIVE HBVlIP32!RiiHamRBiMiKdBiaannBBiHaanBMBiiBaBaKiiGmManaBHBmeRrii mm n m wrs etc i nmxs iw m h s: HRgiiilfiSiil 'HETTEK. SHOES feMJRJSIllfliraiE IMMHMiminMManMHM mi iHiiMpwrnin Xocal anft ?' Si KM bbWHbbbbbbbbbbbbWHbbbbbbbWSJBMIjJ ssssssrassrilissss:: . Jfc jj JV Jlllv. ., .. Jt ru jv v wmj jj v. sv Mrs. Dr. Aplin wus in Colum bus, Monday. Mr. Rug IligghiH, of Columbus, was in Logan on Friday. Mrs. Wohl) left Mondnv for Cincinnati for 11 short stay. Mr. W. II. Strentz wan nctpital city visitor Monday on business. Dr. E 10. Campbell was an Arch City professional visitor Monduy. Misses Ida and Josephine Fickol wero Capital City visitor, Satur day. Dr. O. S. Wood went to Colum bus, Monday on proftssional busi ness. Dr. V. II. Tippie, of Murray CUy, was in Logan, Monday on business. Mr. George Uenadum, of Lan caster, was in Logan a few days 1: ist week. Commissioner Hleot John Con- h, of .lo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

- tt -s ZZLTX -JLT2Z jyZA33Z "Tt? giPi'tf'it"1- i&& i, - n' :"pf$w?r? . $ iitmiii mm i -T ",! mh iiijr,iMiii,iinl People Like It essy r '. An honor, abto record of ullileiM years, ilui lnjf which ileiioMUnsIn twenty-live stales haw reot'lu'd tlielr Inlotcsl promptly caoli sl moiil lis and all or any part ol' tlii'lr principal as they desired It, Is nut to lie over looked. A medium between the people's savings the best class of Mist mort gages on Insured homes, worth double the amount loaned, with a record such as this Is bound to grow In public esteem. The Columbian liuilding & Loan Co., Itjgfiery Hide;., 22 Wast C!ay st. Columbus, Ohio. wtnMim 9tttirunWkn&LQ .iii'n Rockbridge DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Dail llallev and family wore the Sunday guests of Ootlelb Halley and wife, , , Mary Dupler, Mrs. llinina I'arpen ter and Linda llensley attended chuich at (.'culinary, Sunday. Mrs. F.M. Hills and Mrs. (toy Wider were Logan shoppeis, Tuesday. Win. Kliinuur, wife and son were ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

5ri4 V i-jgaagatRto?TL!!gK!JjiM'JLxMflJejrAagia6iii Msmi'iiK-MLWiiii u.y uawi-ung BBPBlfflrtl'tt irtramtfrtftlHtYrfriw 1 iisumu.- "rg!T"- V -j- T,T'Tuat asr $ COOL SUITS FOR THE fl cumtct Xocal anfc X X X X X X X X X X X x 1 1 Hammocks at Bort's. Mrs. Belle Hyson was in Colum Iiuj, Wednesday on business. Miss Lynch, of Columbus, was in Logan, Sunday, guest of Miss Kllie Myers. Mrs. Harry Rose and Mrs. Will Eisele were Columbus visitors Wednesday. The 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of eacli month tho flocking Valley Hy. has on sale at all stations round trip tickets to all western States at very low rates and with liber al stopover privi leges. Tickets and Information may bo secured on appli cation Valley to any Hocking Agent. Palis Green at Bort's. Mr. Joo Jenkins, City, vh in Logan, on business. of Murray Wednesday MIssbb Maggie and Virgin Voris spent Sunday with relatives and .-I: i i.. r .... friends in Lancaster. Mr. Claude Lyons is home from the Ohio Medioul University at Columbus, for v...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

5,6 .. ..,,.., tarr a. , .irtnftainr Trtfy w fc.-S- y- "'wt 1rw5"f!'l'1il ojnii mi mn i in i ii1 !! i- " rraSBSPfi SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS C"X-X"X'X , Fern Ridge Planting corn seems to ho tlic order of the dav. Otto lUvis was seen traveling through this place, Satin day evening. Marie Goss is the guest of hei sis ter, ot near Knterpiise. Geo. bailey was a Logan shopper, Thursday. Ilenrv Miller and wife called on their daughtei, the latter paitotthe week- Nellie stooilv was the truest of her sister, Mrs. Ktl Miller, of Uihisomille. the past week. John and Daniel Myei weie Logan shopper, Satuulav. Quite a tew ot this )1ace attended the show at Giblsonville, Satuidaj evening and repoil a tine time. Hetny Stoodv, of this place has le tunied to his home at Uelawaie. Edith Mine 1 the emplo.ve of her sister. Mis. Jewi Ileoutrhei. Shadv Voiliee-.. ot liockhiidge. here on business, Monday. C. I Go-,-, ami daughtei weie gan shoppeis. Satuiday. was Lo tted River YuIIey We arc ha Ing some w...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

''qgFj!;BP?S;"gy t .V ', 'V i I s r" B4yUUfc&&Ufc&&&&&Aj THE OLD RELIABLE lint menus tt great til mg Surrey, Buggy, Run-a-Bout or Wagon it is the wNc tiling to look at the goods where you know the host are on sale at the right price. This is the ripe time to purchase a "TO i and we are strong in this line. The timo is at hand; it is right here upon up, when every hody is figuring on v Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Paints, Varnishes and Floor Finishes. We allow no store to excoll us in these goods. We are the acknowled ged headquarters in AND CEMENT. Base Ball are now in sense n. Chris Holl Hardware Co, riwwwwwwwwwwww?w Xocal anb Mr. L. J. Warner was in Colum bus, Tiusday. Mrs. T. R Walburn was a Co lumbiiH visitor Tuesday. Mr. Lew Littlejiin wont to Lan caster, Monday afternoon. Councilmin Ed Kleinsmith was in ColumSus, Tuesday on business. Mr. C.d. Stephenson, of New Straitsville, was in Logan, Satur day. Mrs. Azariah Nixon is a visitor in Lancaster for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 May 1909

nrtff9?WF'rfrS:'i r 'V7 rgi.iiT Willi, i'.ii i f 5 I r lUUUHUUfHUUUUWl 5 LOGAN THEATRE l t J J S J t i t iBVVVVVVVfc,VW'VVViVVV'VVVHi i t t t s GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS TO-NIGHT (Tlmrsday, May 20) 1st Hool--Tho Ironworker, (Anolliur Ureal Sniff; Production ) 2nd RoolLoft Out, (A riot urn of Grr.il Heart. Interest uml one Every Mnlliur Should See.) 3rd Rool--Tho Fun. (A lleiititlfiilly Hand Colored Flint.) Faithful Little Dolo and Too Much Snuff. i i ' To-Morrow Night, Friday, May 21 Entire Change of Program. TUB SECRET OUT m333&33m Wtoti 1 WhiU Itinilu niyhlMily ciiitiplnXltm? lib) not like to loll, furlt wns incilk'liio, hut tlio tile U womnn over took. It uns I.nno's Family Mullclno Hint ilul It." 'lliln, H 11 plpfttnut liurb ton whlrli net (uvor.ibly on tlio ttonincb mid Iiowi'Ir. tmrlfvltttt lliolilotul .. i .......... . . . . . . .... . . . .. nun I'lonimiiK me rkhi iiko iiihkic lipntlnslin nml bncknulio. ctcnlorill II, iV, It citron PnmgUts mid SOCIETY NEWS ...

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. — 27 May 1909

BEMOeRA T'SENTINBL. nwjfwy 'Auditor? 0',., Till! OHIO MJMOORAT, ?.7th Year No 21 Till! HUOKlNU BKNTtNuli OHtti Year No 4i LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OJIIO, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1909. Th Only Stmocr&tloFtptr In th County OltonUtlon 3000 One Dollar Pr Year Common Pleas Court. Railroad Notes. ! fcS -j THE BIGGEST SALE EVER KNOWN IN LOGAN AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR : : : THE BIG OXFORD SALE IS NOW ON AT THE KLINE SHOE 5T0RE It is the custom of the Shoe Merchants to have Sales at the end of the season, to close out the odds and ends. We are going to give you an opportunity to purchase your Spring Ox fords at much LOWER prices than you ever have known. All new and the very latest styles; here are some of the prices: MENS OXFORDS Douglas Oxfords were 5.00 . now Douglas Oxfords were 3.50 now Wine Oxfords were 4.00 and 3.50 now Wine Oxfords were 3.00 now Hen's Patent Oxfords were 3.50 now $3.00 3.00 3.25 2.50 3.00 Men's Tan Oxfords. were 2.50 now Gun Metal Oxfords were 3,50 now The Crosset Oxford...

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. — 27 May 1909

!'t ",'' Jf?""" .r7,vril t.fjf. r1-tlr.HU'1H'!lPMi'li Mi'iu u i gmpjiaLl.tlH.l'.w'ajlU4iJt.W'IWlL-.wiJ;iHi'ii -Urn , mwn in n -1 ' UJI'I wij)-ii.yiiini i" ' '' '""" HEIGHTS TV 1 MM UjJE HIHNUMMJ 5 1 ' IT IS THE BEGINNING OF PROSPERITY to buy a lot in this beautiful addition to start a home. We are putting within your reach marvelous opportunities, Glenview Heights is the best addition ever opened in Logan, and without a doubt will be the greatest success. Glenview Heights is the magic name that means golden returns to you; it means returns because it is a bargain as it stands today. A bargain on account of its natural advantages, located as it is within three short blocks of the Court House, and less than one block from the Public Schools. Glenview Heights is entirely above the high water mark. THE LOTS WILL BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS ON COMMENCING AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. THE FIRST ON THE GROUND WILL HAVE FIRST CHOICE. Not a lot will be sold before the gun cracks announcing the opening of ...

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. — 27 May 1909

-jJ1 ryr" -r ( " V 'iip"ityirTP!'''fi-w'"aiiift3juj'atJ- JA " V.-.Ja v 1 Xocal anb Miss Helen loll went to Dela ware, S iturday, Mrs. W. L. Gago w.is in Lan caster Saturday. Mr. Emerson Ponton wont to Co lumbus, Monday. Miss Jessie Rensoncr was in the A.rcli City, Sunday. Mr. L. 11. Ayers was a Capital 5ity visitor Monday. Mr. Chas. Stevens was in the Jupital City, Sunday. Miss Nan McRrido was a Colum bus visitor Saturday. Mr. Goorgo Vansicklo, of Mur ray, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Ron O'Neil, of Sturr, wnR 'in Logan, Friday on business. ft' Mr. Cha8. King, of Kachel- at ij ' iiiiiiiinniii i ii i HiiHliiwiirii i ii ! ! nrr i , . -. ,-.---j. ,-.. ...,. ..- H Pw!3Ns M .... . .............. .. J HI Si Stt SCt 5j Jv 5c iJxj Sj Jc Jvi IIIiAi mWj jl jv Hj 5v Sj jj Sj Sj S Sj BH imacher, was in Logan, Monday. JMr. and Mrs. Marve Martin 'are Columbus visitors, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. I) iniol Markel, of ydelphi, were in Loan lust weok" jvisiting relatives. I Mr. James Savey, of .Jackson, " w...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 May 1909

. VW5 l-- r-1' ,- Mfujiwri-i aSCtitijMMBU )t Mens Oxfords ar. 5r. 1 ou 11 Have to Hurry '0 -a Men who like fashionable Oxfords as well as servicable ones should see our new display of Howard & Foster and W. L. Douglas Oxfords. a The lots in Wright's Old Town Allotment are selling rapidly and soon there will be no more for sale at any price. Everything new that's good in wines are featured in this display. patents, gun metals, tans and fife &p" s1 M STEDEM & CO. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISH KD KVKKY TlIUltHDAY MOUNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. IIMCOKPOKATKII) I'UBLIHUKII.S TRicbclicu Pure Fruit Butter's The Finest Produced OOMLYS' ViKdir. ('. 1.UWIIV, l'ltKMIUBNT H.Q. ItANMKI., - - HKCIIRTAICY J. B. DUI.I.ISON, KlItTOH OlIAS. II, IlKCK AlMO. KDITdlUtMANAOKU OFKIUK: In Dolllsou Block, South Door Entered an .Second Class Mutter October 1 190U, at tho Post utllco lit Loijuti, Olilo, under Act of Congress of Aleli :!, 17U. Thursday, May 27, 190...

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