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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 May 1909

I'J.JUI'l Ilil'J "Ljjli - -UJ1.II.."JI JL '1 ,111111m Jin 111 i in in n ii mi iu i i mii ii i iijintwumimmiiainaH'iM ni'jjiiimiuii.jL urt-mgi'n "u t-i" -iii iu nmmifai iia hm mm"' 'IMMJMAiMlMMlM WMfWMMMMMWMjMJJWW THE NEW Wash Fabrics Wo nro showing n largo lino of all tlio now things in fino shoor printed materials and the heavier weights for suits and skirls. 13 very dosirahlo kind will ho found hero, lowly priced. US and Ui Inch Lawn? and llall&les conies In pretty floral, dotted, stilpetl and checked patterns, very A cheap at 5c and " 28 Inch lino printed Organdies, mostly white grounds covered In pretty floral designs, a regular IU l-2c 1 r value for J.UCt 28 Inch lino printed Hatlstes In wlilto and colored giounds, comes In dotted, striped and checked tie- 1 f .signs, pretty and serviceable at, . lvCt 'J3 Inch lino sheer Batistes and dotted Swiss Muslins - jr In the newest patterns, very dainty materials, at ... IOC 28 Inch tncrccrled Ciepo I'llsscs, Ombre 'Cords and Tissue...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 May 1909

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Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 May 1909

ru wwi'JwiwiiwM 1'jwwwiiWPt.w n wwwwwgtiiwHPWwwwwPW w iuwj IPWUIVMM WWMWI Is Hfcr 'W "fa ssg. iflc Hll jf fri clothes UNION CLOTHING CO. Opera House Iiloclc, JOHN oiilingkr Prntiripfnrs .1011 N T. MuURIDE 1 rUJiriClUllJ m Xocal anb X 'X X X. X -X- I "Tag d-iy," Juno the llfth. Mr. Fd Oliver Fpeut Sunday in Lancaster. Lookout for ".tug day,' the fifth Juno Auditor .1. L ALirtin wuu in Co lombo, Sti iidiiy Mr. Eli Allen, ot Columbus, was a Logan visitor Siturday. Mr. and Mrs Sam Smith were Lancaster visitors Sunday. Mr. T. A. Atkins, ol Caldwell, was in Logan civi'i Sunday. M-. and Mis. Dee Lehman wore visitors in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith wen visitors in Lancastoi, Sunday. Mr. Samuel Bigh'im, of near Rockbridge, was in Logan, Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. A M Sparks, of Lancaster, wore in Logan, Mon day. Mies Ida Juoruenymeir, of Day ton, wu8 in Logan, Sunday, visit ing her parents. Mr. Lowib F Ilatisloy, of Rock bridgo, was a visitor in Logan, last Saturday. Mr. Tom Gulvm, ot...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 27 May 1909

' ixvf- r"imiftfy'rrf - ng-fpff 7!Ym'' 11 riaMMMMM I Ml TBI L 0 NEWS bllh Honkp it llnri' MIc I lam Quuin wns In Colutn- inthy M id, K It dimly Is u Ciilumhus visitor, ukIhv Mr, .1 K Ktuvurils in u Colum bus vIh lor, I mi y. 11(11111- drown Herrles fresh dully at Hnniiiiou Acker, Air. Will McMuirow wus in Co lomhtij, Wil( uhduy. If you can't find wliut you want go to H amnion -Acker. Mr. L R. Ayers ia in Colnmhus today, nrMmqlness. Miss Eliza Marsh is a visitor in Nelsonvillo, this week. Sweet Sour Dill and Mix Fickle" at llumuion-Acker, "Richelieu Pure Ground Spices Tbc Finest Produced OOMLYS' spent Mrs, James lliitterlield Sunday in Columbus. Mr. George Kelcb is in Col mil bue today, on business, Born to Rev. and Mrs. F. T. Suhrteder Monday, a girl. Miss Km in k Cane, of ColumLti, was in Logan, Wednesday. Canned Ko we-ba. Goods are 0. K. if Huuimou-Acker. its Mr Will Strenlz was iu Coluni bus Wednesday, on business. look Its rude to starve, but Hainuion-Acker's window in The Logan...

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

"ifVftVk ffiWy 1,'jm i-" - w,as,r B'.vnr.Siarr . . .-.Vl-.,-.- ifff v- lg 'ffti i"' MtalPi!m-tJVi,'jmmmwilt inw Tf" V Auditor's Ollloo moli 1 oO 77H DEMOeRAT'SENTINEL. TIM OHIO DliMOOKAT. 27tb YmNo 22 THB HOOKIHO BRNTINHI, 03th Yatr No 40 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1900. Tb Only I)einoorMlol'per In tht flonnty OfrouUtlon 3000 One DolUr I'm Yer ' i V K CITIZEN OF LOGAN. "Globe-trotter" But Never Crossed an Ocean. I havo seen the sky-towering Vesuvius vomit forth its utolton products from tho soothing IiowoIh of tho oarth; I have seen the peacoful landscapes of sunny Franco stretch lazily under tho sun, shaded by tho graceful, liuhvon aspiring Louitiiiiily poplar mid dotted hero and there with century old oathedrals; 1 huvu seen the yellow Hood of the Ganges billow onward between its toinple-strdwn banks; I have soon the monster watchdogs of tho nations plowing up the deep with their mighty prows: I havo noen tho horrors, the devastations and woes wrought on smilin...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 June 1909

'""A FiprcHY - vw$rrvmwTi&irZFW mnqSamc Two Car Loads of 1 Buggies and Surreys Were unloaded at the I loll & Co. this week, in such large qtiantites Hardware Store of Chris III getting these goods We are Enabled to Make Close Prices on Them, and they will move out of because they are the best Astonishingly Low Prices if you see them. our warehouse rapidly makes in the world at You will buy a buggy Our Stock of Wagons best we Cul- we have have itist come in, also, and they are the have ever purchased. One and two-horse tivators we are selling every day, and never had a kick on these machines. This is the time of year to Km out fc His it Bdr from your homes and places of business. They will destroy more of the decoration of your home in one season than a dozen sets of Screen Doors and Windows will cost you. Refrigerators, Gas Ranges and Hot Plates Koliert Hunt and wife, Kitlav, and left them n boy lb brighten tip their future life, unci ill so to sit on Hob's knee and pull Ill...

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

I''---TfMimir-' mM"iiii ' """1 I ri mi in i n f .... ' n- . . i rn-i-wn nil n h b JWBCIB , ' '-" . t .... - w -wt,. .-W-.-r- - - -V? r-'..-, "2w-T'Vv ip-if"- - '"'PWWifii tMs-wSSflOigi n-'iW.t'8.Biyiwi "-. k- V liAiUkiAUiLAiiULlAiiALlALijklALAbikiAi VALUES! VALUES!! VALUES!!! II (ME, SHOES, ITS 41 FURNISHIN&S I Every Man is Interested in Making Money. E That's His Main Object in Life. iji i 4 " Ijy'Umn!) 4 Vtj7?' Silver Dollars. This clock is wound up and aliWed to run down each week. With each cash purchase of 50 cents we give you a card on which a "time of day" is stamped. Bring cards to our store on following dates, when the prizes will be fivon in the nersons oresent holding the nearest correct time the clock stops. $4.00 will be given every Saturday at 4:00 P. M. and closing with a $20.00 gift on Saturday, E July 3rd. If the exact, time is not presented; prizes will be divided equally between g the two nearest. SAVE YOUR CARDS they are GOOD for EVERY SATURDAY. Strentz &...

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

.!.(.' It--"! "V , s.'SStesRw-i. ""X-KTawxtfyf .l rvs4 '.' MSf?aan RtftiinJlKwlMftsjSPi Ml IWHIWH '' PUH JIUBMIHIH IJl 111'! t asu It's Like Finding Money To have yoursAvlrius or idle balance earning 5 per cent, pur annum, while absolutely sife ami Instantly available. THK IM'-TO-DATK MAN Is getting I" Hue with progress; his Idle balance, his funds awaiting Investment, and his savings each earn their share llu jrots the ab solute safety ami eiiultahlu Min ings of the best class of tlrst mort gages on Insured homes and has his funds always available, with Ttie Columbian Building & loan Co., Kuggery Hldg., 22 East Oay st, Columbus, Ohio. Write for Hooklet. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLiauru evbhy thuhhday mohninu, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCUKPIIKATKU) PUBLISH RH8 VlROILC. LoWKY, I'KKSlDENT H.G. UANSBr., - SECUKTAKY J. B. OOM.ISO.V, - KDITOK CUAH. II. BKCK A1C. EIiITOKAMANAUKU OFKIOK: In Uulllson Block, Houth Door Eutrretl as Second Class Matter Octob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 June 1909

I .... i j.'u'Lil i JiUJ-J tMj.iiu.j-J-jJi.a-- --i-i- -i L-uswrgl 1 t . n ,,,ii.. iii. ii.il... j ijj iiiPHWj-mwiu'-u- mjui u - Ji' I. -iJ'u."1-"'11- ltLUU ' ' --- --, . 1 7 i. V f H iMiMHMKiflHKM HIDE E11B I ij i HSjlBi fll trusts iB!!i!!i!S!!i!!Si KSHI85MSB55SIS55 PmiMBWlH :sii:SiB::HB:sBH::z:Bii::iiHssiiiiiiistisEBi. SHI W j Xocal anb 1 -g "Tag Day," June 5th. Mr. Charley Oakscpent Monday in Lancaster, They are hoping for great things "tag day." Mr. Harry Miles spent Monday iu Columbus. Mr. John Anderson was in Lan caster, Monday. Mr. Warreu Lanning wns in Co lumbus, Monday. Mr. 1i, L. Ogg, of Rockbridge, was in Logan, Friday. Glenview Heights, Lot Sale, Saturday, June 5. Mr, George Ilengst was a Co lumbus visitor, Monday. Mr, Charles lumbii8 visitor, Stevens was a Monday. Co- Squire Knock Martin, of McAr thur, was in Logan, Saturday. Mrs. Michel Krumlauf and son were lecent visitors iu Somerset. Mr. James Henderson has moyed with his family to Newark, Ohio. Mr. Walter Hlosser at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 June 1909

s -it ( u mbi i ,ir,rarTr MMtetfM wm ii ' ii ii man I'.f.. jy ' I - -- tt.&&& tf m . m r n .lj.. mobs inr DVBrvQQQv You expect more service from your Shoes than from anything else you wear, but you won't get that service unless you buy the right kind of Shoes and have them correctly fitted. Everybody can find Shoes here in splendid values. Rest assured that we won't let anyone give you quite as good a pair of Spring Shoes for your money. We have reduced prices. If you want a Shoe for Memorial Day make purchase this week as store is closed Monday. J. A. STIERS Opposite m&&&&&2&&&&& S SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER. TOWNS MgX Skunk Hollow Miss Mildred llorton of Rockbridge, spent pait of liibt week with Mlbses Nora and Nellie Shatter at this place. Mr. Wesley Byres of Sweet Cake Ridge, was seen on our roads, Mon day. Mr. George Morris and Mr. Hubert Caves were Rockbridge shoppers Sat urday. Mr. Henry Caves was a caller in Sugar Grove, Sunday....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 June 1909

.-'' z. ".jEsagsjar" V 'i.ul.MBWBwr. i . n.m.. I.iii.a.i-i.wli.i' .!... i.'.wwMi .!H' '''' "'""' '" j ijjMVirViMMTMTM'TTMT:iiwT''M "'nrTTif1 I RSI "ij 1 In the Leash Awaiting the Opening4 of the Great Sale of Lots in unriiTr nuun I j Which Will be Opened for Sale on Hy wBKylg AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. asmmt IHMttHiMMbMMBHfeH lirrtit -f7f Wtufd1f f The raP(1 returns lhat are sure to reward you for Hie small outlay represent ed in one rigUl C 1UI iUUI iJCll l or more of these lots. There cannot be a single element of chance in the step yon are urged to take. With the population destined to grow by phenomenal bounds, and backed by the wonderful manufacturing plants, oil and mineral lands, this cft-'ainly is the place where money grows. & mm &,jHme&imsMmiai&mmmMSmmmmasmmmmmm Kmmst mu&sm&sssmwamm samsi $10.00 Per Month The Terms Are: $10.00 Down, NO INTEREST-NO TAXES FREE DEED IN CASE OF DEATH MUMS mmummmmummmsmtm mam DPJVIPMRFJD lnat reaI eslale is t,ie safest and be...

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

I I LOGAN THEATRE $ GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS 5 No Pictures Thursday or Friday Nights on Account of Commencement Exercises. K oitiimiiv uiniiT mur c t ohiuiuhi mum, uuiu u t 3000 Feet of Selected Motion Pictures Including "TAG The Funniest Thing That Ever Hap pened in Moving Pictures Moving Pictures Every Night Next Week. i Program Changed Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur P days. Extra Good Show Saturday Night. T fn n - fit Pnntimlnlic Pffiri'innp Grown Folks 10c m3S3Sm33m Xocal anb 'm&&mmmEmRE$E5im$Em Mr. Edward Griffith was in Starr last week. Mr. Will S.ttere is in Columbus this week. Mr. Ed Price is visiting in Lan caster, today. Representative .lohn E. Canty is in Columbus today. Mrs J. .1. Snider spent Sunday in Nelsonville. Mrs. R. H. Bartlett is visiting in Mimcie, Indiana. Sweet.Sour.Dill and Mix Pickles at Hammnn-Acker. Mrs, Frank Brooke, of Pittsburg, is in Logan for a visit. Rev. Ricketts, of Maxvillj, is a visitor in Logan today. Home grown B...

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. — 10 June 1909

mm? THE DEMOeRATSENTNEL. .'. Otfloo moh 9 J Auditor THE OHIO DnUOQRAT. 27th Yairfio 23 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. Th Only DemoorslloPapjr In the (lountr OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar 1'tr Yenr TUBUOOKINU ailNTINIir. 08th Tr Ho 47' - i-vw .yj"" 1. .. .-j ?v' fcf COMMENCEMENT L Class of Nine Boys Their High It is a pleasure and a pride, each. year to usher out to the woild a class of buys and girls from our High School in whom wo have much confidence, and whom we believe we have fairly, at least, fltted to buttle with the bumps that nl,uyn beset the walks of life no matter how smoothly they may at first seem. An education is the foundation of.the -picket fence that enables the individual to defend hiniBull against the jabs that are aimed at the teuderest spots. Ignorance al ways lights with tho hands ; educa tion with the head, The buttles of life are little oneB usually, but there are so many of them that the weary hands would long since wear out, were it not ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

"'? ), SSWaMWMM Ssl-I mmw Each Bell TELEPHONE LONG DISTANCE STATION AND THE Bell Long Distance Lines Reach Everywhere Central Union Telephone Co. Offke, :t:t North Third Street TELEPHONE MAIN 11)01) DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED KVKltY THURSDAY MOltNINQ, The logaa Printing and Publishing Co. (INCnUfOltATED) PUBLISH KHS VIHC1II.C. LOWIIY, - PRESIDENT H.O. IlANSKI., - HECKKTAHY J. B. Dol.I.ISON, - - KDlTOIl Chas. H. Beck Asto. KuitorA Mixaoku OFFICE: In Dcilllson Block, South Door Euteredaj Second Olass Matter October 1 IVWf, at the Host olttco lit I.ognn, Oliio, under Act of ConitresM of Mob 8, 1S7W. Thursday, June 10, 1909. ."X"X"X"X"X"XX"2 h.riiirinrTr'1. iurrri CAICTV MCUIC HE OTHER TOWNS jj $! Logan Route 2 Fearing that this locality might he forgotten hy the Editor and readers, we will endeavor to jot down a few of the latest happenings and con vince theiu that we are still "up-and-dolng." We have had quite a wet spell dur ing the past week and also line grow...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

SSJjSSSiSSE&S-SSHSSH! fWttfr SBjwVwwwiwiyn , r - ) B ') , I ( I - ... - - 1 - ,m 1 - , f 1-1 g jrr -,!,, . ' HF ocal anft -Kgispf"1" Mr. Daye Karahnor, (if Lntirol ville, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Will Tennyhiil, of Nelson ville, was In Logan over Sunday. Mr. Simoon Springer, of Rock bridge, wae in Logan, Siturday. Mr. Charley Yontz and two chil dreu went to Columbus, Monday. Mr. James Reichelderfer, of Circleville, was in Logan, Satur day. Mr. Tom Pony, of fjarhnnhill, was in Logan, Saturday on busi ness. Dr. Swilzer, of Now Straiteville, was in Logan Monday, onrouto to ColumbiiB. Mrs. Julia Tucker, of Kromon, was a visitor in Logan, Sunday and Monday. Mr. Ed. Idlley, guard of the '.Ohio Penitentiary, of Columbus, gae la Logan ovor Sunday. SMisa Mary Harden, of N.nv Ply mouth, was a recent guest of her iister, Mrs. James Cremoan. Mrs. Hal Muri hy, of Athons, was in Logan the past few days, viBiting her mother and sisters. Mr. John Spencer, of Carbon hill, has gone to Columbus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

t - r i-iypqmt a- i)pri"sn,7tr' "W ngpTJfPPta'l?.1 MTHUlMmnltIV KIIM Kill I SHOE Our wonicns shoe display is of great interest these days to women who linvc a liking for good shoes. Among the many good thing we are showing in high and low cut woincns shoes, our $2.50 and $3,00 shoes deserves special mention. These shoes arc made up in black, Kent and patent and colt leathers; also tan, Russian and kid oxfords in above shades and leathers; also green, bronze, blue, gray and ooze leathers. SHOES AND OXFORDS for every day wear and comfort, such as Julictts with rubber heels, lace, plain toes and tips, $1.25 to $1.50, just the shoes for comfort. Come in and see them. 5 J. A. STIERS 5 Opposite Brier Hollow Mis. Hen Edwards and Laurie Pit man called on Will Edwards, Sunday. A good many people of Centenary, attended childrenS day at Enterprise, unciay. Mr. Peter Harmon called on his par-1 enti, Sunday. ) Mr. Amos Carpenter called on his i moiner, bunuay. Mr. Charley Carpenter made a lly in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

v ttt$ Stvs,FJ(W":f Jnpr y t . llllllllMTlllTr' ' - ! iiirnr-'- 'muMiijrn:'3immiiiiiiiifMiHiirtMTiirnMm BS&& h k:r 1 Clothes for the Little Fellows cfl (BOYS FROM 3 TO 8 YEARS) $ Now Wash Suits In sailor or Russian styles, with fancy braids and trimmings, $ all new, plain and fancy colors, blue, white, tan and solid or combination of colors, W straight or bloomer pants at 50c, 75c, $1.00 ami $1.50 $ Boys Wash PailtS White or colors, in plain on bloomer style 25c 011(1 50c H flj( Boys Waists With sailor collars and short sleeves, button across front or in plain $ blouse style, all new plain and fancy pattern in dress styles with full line of black sateens $ and Ithakis in every day styles at 50c ft NEW HATS, CAPS, TIES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc., for the little fellows, VY always first to show the new things. F. Blasius & Son feWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW I . Sf . ?? X I Xocal anb Mr. John Buntz wns iu Nelson villo, Stinduy. Mr. John Floyd was in Atlionp, Friday of lnt week. Mr. Geor...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

rSry1,-,?V5r;''f TsvKE55PHfH5rww"S'' rv"- "- -r - wyt.V v; f 1 !! I' rr County Commissioner's Pro ceeding for Month of May, 1909. .MAY 7, Bids for road improvement heat Scott's Creek were received ae follows : Edgar Angle, grading and aton ing .foM90, and rip rap tit 12 cents. E. 0. Kudetmugli, griwiing and stoninjr $2940, rip rap 05c , arch culveit .$825 F J. Suter, grading and stoning $2440, rip rap $1 25 arch culveit $333. Houston und Henderson, grad ing and stoning .1-3 387.72, rip rap 55c , arch $320. Nuneuiaker and Guii'ney, grad ing and stoning $2087, rip rap 40c, F. I'ohng, grading and stoning $2997, rip rap 05c, arch S225. hilius Weiss, arch $350. Petrie and Lunsford, grading and stoning $2405, rip rap $t 25, Alpha (jessells, grnditig and stoning $2901, rip rp 75c. The t-oiauiissiouera awarded con crete culvert to Frank Poling, and contract was duly entered into at $225 The grading and stoning wn' awarded to F. J. Snter at $2110, and contract was enteitd into, and F. J. Sat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

r?'M: ,) W' yinmmfnmmwimnmmnimmmmmmimnmmmnig I Union Clothing Co. g Opera House Block, Logan, Ohio E lffaj-Tjl CLOTHga "5 "Everything New and Up-to-the-Minute" 5 1 Union Clothing Co. CS JOHN OHLINGER T)rntfiai iw JOHN T. McHRIDE 3 2 EDWARD BECK rOpriClUia WM.-J. LYTLE - iimumimummmmmuiuiimmtmiummiuummimi Xocal anfc C 1 j C t jC a W l 9C &t d I Miss Carrie Lutz was in Colum bus, Saturday. Mrs. C. E. Bowen went to Ox- ford, Saturday. Mr. Will Stone was visitor Monday. a Lancaster Mr. Charles Steyeus was in Co lumbus, Sunday. Mr. J. W. Price wub a. Lancas ter vieitor Monday. Miss Nan McHride wub u Colum bus visitor Saturday. Mr. Hubert Lappen was a caller in Lancaster, Sunday. Mrs. Tom Price was u shopper in Columbus, Monday. Miss Eva Wright was in Colum bus, Friday of last week. Mr. Henry Coehn was in Colum bus, Monday on business. Miss Elizabeth Rumpel was a shopper in Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Noah Hartsough, of South Ferry, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Frank Tlmrness, of Lancas te...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 June 1909

,,r- ' ,- U . r -i- ., .H . ivrnr.i J. 1 IRj (June White Sale Wfm J 1 flj f)- Of Undermuslins and White Goods fu 1 Logan Opera House $ 5 GOOD MUSIC. BEST PICTURES. LATEST SONGS t 5 I TOMIGHT K. . If I I- i 'J' -5 id S J J $ (Thursday, June 10) AUCIXtJ I'lCTCHES: "A Knee for Millions." A thrilling story of the wild and wooly west that tlirills, nnd 2000 feet of other pictures. TO-MORROW NIGHT, FRIDAY, JUNE Iltli. TALKING PICTURES! "Mystery of tlio Diamond Necklace," and 2000 fuot of selected Funny Subjects. SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE I2tli. TALKING PICTURES: "The Ulaoksmlth's 2000 feet of specially selected Funny Plotures. Proirram Chanzed Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur days. Extra Uood Show Saturday Night. Open at 7; Continuous Performance Grown Folks 10c Children jseaEasasasasasasasasaei'agaEaEaaEaEaEaEgaEaEBi ocal an& personal wmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm S Knit Jackets See the New knit Jackets, the latest things In outer garments, made of the llnest varus. In white only, two s...

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