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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

TK1i B nr . TW? DEMOeRAT'SENTWEL. Jas Ij Mnrfin Hcpl 1 00 THI! OHIO DHMOOHAT. 27th Yr No SI Tim UOOKINQ OUNTINIH, 08th Year No 48 LOGAN; HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1009. Tht Onlj DtmoorttloFtptr In thi Ooiit OtronUtlon 3000 On Dollar P.r Yr if SOUND THE CYMBALS Oil Company Makes Good Near Logan. Tlio oxaitomont in tlio oil ex changes in Logan runs high this morning as tlio Acres Company drilled in a well on the Webb furni, a few miles north of Logan and af ter discharging a few shots, the oil is now (lowing at a rato of about 40 barrels per day. Editor McKay is president and promoter of the Acres Company, and he is 3- naturally smiling at the congratu lations that are pouring in upon hie table. The Hocking Co. and the Gore Co. and the Hock-Hocking Co. and the Crockett Run Co., all having territory close to this well are also rejoicing, and their stocks are not obtainable v for love nor money. Our newspaper pre diction is coming true; that Logan is the center of the oil...

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. — 17 June 1909

r m iiBiMMiawwi DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. t'UUMHIIEU KVKItV TltmWIlAY MOKSlNO. The login l'rinting and Publishing Co. (t.Nl'OHl'OltATKI)) I'ttlH.tSltKUH Vlltlllt.l'. I.OWKV, I'ltKHtllKNT H.U. HANHKI., HBBItNTAUY .1. II. Doi.i.iso.v, Kimui CHAS. II. llKI'K ASSO. Kilt I'OK .V.MANAdKlt OKKICK: In Dolllson Hlook, Mnutti floor Kntpredns Hrtffiiiil Mihs Mnttor October 1 1WKI, lit lilt! I'Oll OlllCl' III I.0RIIU, Ollld, under Act ofciiiimussof Mon :i, Ih;u. Tliursduyi June 17, 1909. Slxly Days After Auction. Lust full along about in Uio month of Oetoher wo roiul extructs from a speech supposed to have been delivered lit Glouster at thut time by Euiinet ThouipkitiH, n dis tlugitislied Republican politician and speaker, from Columbus, in which ho said that in sixty days after Mr. Tuft should be elected President, the wheels ofj industry would start and this country would see uh uuprecidented era of pros perity. We do not mention the depressod condition of business to be a calam...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

I Vi v V I U. mm.iiM lam u j immi'-Uiv-U-ii ijhu mw uu a 'it'i ' j n uj- l'i "g "1 UJ-t I -l''IP !l 'll'l'-Ulimil UUiJMHUMl1 -juuLJ.-miiiJi-Ji tiJUBiiiii 6w wwmM'i um ..BBMBWofliiiBiTi'T'i MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN HANNA'S GREEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality. Nothing in it but what should be there. Nothing lacking that will Improve It. Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Pure Unseed Oil. "The Made to Wear Paint" that outwears all others, and that in wearing away does 50 gradu-. ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting. FOR BALE BY THE CHRIS HOLL HARDWARE CO. iffim&iAiffi'Ai'rfiXi'&Z EXCHANGE NEWS NOTES jts Jv tffe Kj n J &i JJ Jl Jw Tw AT11KKS JOUUNAr. J J, llnllidny Cllno wus u buBlnoas visitor in Logan InBt Friday. Miss Julia Dew and children, Joanotto and Wheeler, of Logan, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. FroBton. Xocal anb flbereonal Miss Lulu Parker is visiting in Adelphi. Miss Kate Delp was a visitor in La...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

ytB'"wwwiirca JeitlitiiMiiiUfcJLiiJ 1 Hies i ,d ( 1J0YS P ROAl NVAY WASH SI' ITS-1 ii .milor or Russian slylw, with unify hr.'iifl? ami trimmings, all new, pltiin and 1'iiney rolory, blue, whilo, tan ntul solid com bimilion of colors, slraiglit or bloomer nnuls at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 BOYS WASH PANTS Whilo or colore, in plain or hloomor stylos at 25c and 50c BOYS WAIST.-? With sailor collars and short sleeves, button across front or in plain blouse style, all new plain and fancy pattern in dross styles with full line of black sateens and khakis in every day styles at 50c NRW HATS, CAPS, HOSIERY, Etc., for Always First to Show LA U Pfwwi'wnrTV'iwvnTi SOCIETY NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS ft 51 v Here and There Philip Rwnckhumuter and son were seen in our valley, Sunday. Siiu Soitz, wife and children, of Laurelville, wore Blue Creek visi tors, last Sunday. Win. Parks is leasing laud for oil and gas. We are certain there is plottty of gas on top tho earth, Lot are not so sure about under ne...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

fiL?L&;tApfckva&r:jaai. v J fc V r ) , iwmmmmmmmmmmj - OU June l?j of Undcrmuslins and White Goods has been a big ) success and hundreds have taken advantage of the low prices at which these goods arc offered. Stocks are still large and if you are needing anything in Undcr muslins or White Goods it will pay you to buy during this sale, which ends Saturday, June 19th. A Special in Childrens Undermuslins One lot of childrens muslin Skirts and Slip, ages 4 to 12 years, with hemstitched rullle. never sold for less than 10c, your choice while they last One lot of Corset Covers made of lawn and trimmed with hemstitched rullle, to close at. A Sale of Sample Curtains We will place on sale Friday 200 sample Curtains at 2.'!c. These arc samples that traveling men use in .showing: the different styles and patterns, and are 1 1-2 and 2 yards bng. There are both Notlngham and Cable Net in the lot and come In white and ecru. The samples represent curtains that sold up to $."..50 per pair....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

ViWfVHH vSbift WBHWw'cnOSWCO I WoiotltOALFujuy T -cs? Rogers Routed. When it came time to reorgan ize the office of at ate fire marshal, Governor Harmon demonstrated that he knew how to do it and how to do it right. Not aince the days of Mark Slater hftB there been anything equal to It in the political annals of Ohio Be it remembered that when Governor Pattison decided to put the Waverly editor, J. W. Johnson, in the oillee of state supervisor of public printers, Mark Slater con cluded to hold on, but the locks were changed on the oflice door, and Slater never got back in Again. Somewhat the same attitude was assumed by W. S. Rogers, state Are marshal, when Governor Harmon iniformed him of the ne cessity for a change. Rogers was to resort to Mark Slater tactics, o the same means were adopted which effectually disposed of the Herrick regime. To get the place himself a compromise woe made which put Hollenbeok on the pay roll at .f2000 per year, within $200 of the salary of the head 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. — 17 June 1909

&w&frfm0W!w: ygy ts'-!p.,-' vfn1) """.' 1 -. ,?. '"'" " f TT 1 rc n-r ,, ,,,, IT - Bargain Oxfords We have two lots une JLot at yoc. a rair. One Lot at $1.19 a Pair. These Oxfords originally sold $1.25 to $2.50 a pair. Come now while we have your size. STEDEM & CO. Xocal anb tJM tJM n v JV 7b JFi J"l Jv Jj Jv Jv iffe J Auditor J. L. Vinton, Sunday. Martin was in Mr. Charles Frasure was in Co- lunibiiB, Monday. y'N Mr. Sam Green was a visitor in Columbus, Tuesday. Mrs. J. F. White was a sliopper in Columbus, Monday. Mr. Jake Miller, of Columbus, was in Logan over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.-E, B Coinly wore Columbus visitors, Monday. Mr. James Grigsby was in Col- umbtiB, Monday on business. Mr. John Smith wan a business visitor in LauoaBter, Monday. Attorney y. U, Lowry, was a Capital City visitor, Monday. Mr. Charley Yontz was in Co lumbus, Tuesday, on business. Miss Maud Runnels is spending a few days in Canal Winchester. Mrs. George Hengst went to Washington, C. II., Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 June 1909

-i ) II H . ...yTT.ir l ' I 1 m r r lVWVVI;WWVi'V'Vi J Logan Opera House GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS J TO-NIGHT i t (Thursday, June 17) Another Oical Sellir Production LOVE UNDER SPANISH SKIES and a thousand fool loci of llllailous Kim BREAKING INTO SOCIETY TO-MORROW NIGHT, FRIDAY, JUNE IOUi. OLIVER CROMWELL Illbtoitcal, Educational, A llili Ail Plcluio. A KKJHTIXd (MIAXOIO A Thriller. Till-: DAIRY MAID'S I ,OV 10 RS Comedy. Two More Fine Solltf I'li'tuics. SATURDAY NIGHT BOOTS AND SADDLES Wild west, the kind cvorjbody likes Many thrilling scenes Including Cu&tei's last battle. DOCKSTADER MINSTREL MISHAPS In which Gene Mult will impersonate the minsliel khifj Dockstader, and IOOi) ft of selected Ameiican comedy. I lie lileclrlc Fans Will be in lull Operation by Saturday Night t Program Changed Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays mid Sattir days,. I:tra Good Show Saturday Night. Open at 7: Continuous Performance Grown rolks 10c Children Mr. ntul Mrs. ii, II. Wullor had as th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

Hir "' ' f'i-v h.'- V THE" DBMOeRA TSENTINEL Tlin OHtO tilitaOORAT. 27th Year No 20 Tnn H00KINO BKNTINHL 08th Yer No 40 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909. Th Only Democratic Paper In th Ooonty OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Fer Year f, "C 7 . V Teachers Hired The Hoard uf Education of Falls Township mot at tho Township IIoiiso in Logan on Saturday, Juno 10, 1000, and employed their toaoliors for tho coming school year. Tho Hoard has agreed to pay the toaahors $10.00 per month for a torm of eight months, allow them $1,00 por month as janitor foo, allow thorn all the holidays during tho term and to allow them tho stipulation mude by law for at tending tho Teacher's Institute, It might bo well for some other Boards of Education in Hooking County to follow the exumplo which has thus been set by Falls Township, for suroly all tuachore are entitled to all that the law ul lows them, and ought not to be forced to mgn a contract whereby they would give up any of their lawful r...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

1-y- ywnyfyrtyf uwgrww upwiwpw DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUUttHUKt) RVEHY THUItBUAT MOBNlNQi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOHl'OllATKIl) I'tlllt.IHIIRHS VtHutl. I'. I.OWHY, 1'HKSIUKNT U,a, HANIKIm HSOHKTAIir J. H. llOI.I.ISOM, KlIITIlK OlIAH, II. tlKUK Amo. Kill Kilt AXlANAUKlt Ot'PlL'Ki-Iu llulllioti llluek, HoutU Door Entered 115 Socotiil dims Mntter Ootobor 1 1WW, nt tin' I'ost olllou lit l.ngnti, Ohio, under Act o( Connrorti of Mali :i, ls'w, Thursday, June 24, 1009. Council Proceedings. On Tuesday night the Village Council mot and recessed until Wednesday night. Bids for paving Mound and Hill Streets were opened and road, they figured up about iih follows: Nolan & White, Toranto, $:W50 00, Houston it Henderson, Logan, $380 i 07. J. V. Sater, Logan, $, 620.75, D. C. Rudobuugh, Logan, $3030 10, Ohio Paving Co., To ledo, .3U1.73. City Attorney Whitcrtift reported that he hud exuminod tho bids unci that the bids of Nolan te Whito, Henderson fc Houston ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

ucjfrmiyt&f.'i . u,- li - ' rmuil 'liml-lliL -mmmwvntmnn bw irmT,.jiiiltuJj1WmnxjilL.Jg!IWJU.lJilJJ' '," HfPgM'WWWH'l"l"P" u lllij ij--i"i,j. iL'-iMJi.irimiirrrgffni iwwgaaBaawfptgaiiBS'jjtML TJil'J'U1 L" !. PWJ ' y I Y. ' ?? 5f x -x Of X Xocal anb Mr. Ed Olivor wna in Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Lou Bort was a capital city visitor Friday. Mrs. Harry Ambrose was in Co luinbiis, Friday. Mr. J. G. Krlnn was a capital city visitor Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Apiin was visiting in Straitsville lust week, Rev. A. W. Buckland was in Cincinnati oyer Sunday last. Mr. Homer Joy, of Starr, was in Logan, Friday on business. Mr. James Allen went to Colum bus and Westerville, Saturday. Mr, John Rom pel was in the Arch City, Friday of last weok. Mrs Charles Yontz was a visitor in Lancaster, Friday of last week. Snpt. J. P. West.of WeBtervillo, wna in Logan a few days last week. Atty. 11. M. Whitoraft was a legal visitor in AthonB, Saturday. Attorney Colonel WeUly was in Columbus, Friday on legal busi ness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

' r i""" vitirfr t-' - tT, nrmmrrr.yifnnw3frmf 22S2S2S2S22S2S2S2S EXCHANGE NEWS NOTES 3ijt!iyKttjK,jt,A"itBi sTUAtiaVll.I.E HECOItt) Mrs Mario MoMullen was In Logan, Saturday, Misses Hullo Wilson and Allco IIowo spent Sunday In Logan. Mrs. I). .1. Richards waB in Lo gan Saturday. Cluulos Cockles and Clarence Mitchell of Logan aro business visitors in town this week. Miss Mary Morpan spent Satiir day in Logan, MUltllAY PITV INDEPENDENT, Mr. Edward Ghent, the Monu mental uian of Logan, stopped over night with Air. Win. Skid nioro, whilo on his way to Glous ter. Pete Sloan, of Logan, wan in town Wednesday on business. Mrs. O. W. Iluls of Logan was visiting in this city, Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Roberts and children have returnod to their home in this city, after a visit with her mother in Logan. Mr. Yaw, of Logan, spent a few days in our town on business. Phil Rochester of Logan was in this city on business, Monday. jIURKAY CITY NEWS P. D. Sloan, of Logan, was a business visitor in the city...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

iaiuMiiiMujiiMiiiiiiiiiimijnwiuMuwiiiiiiiiiimMMijiaimuiuXMniiJnim iuiwi ji iniiiiiimiui jimm' jiimiwiii 1111111111 .jimwnnmuijni.uiiui im iwii.iih 1111 L-I!"hii 11 m "in 11 1 1 i.iii 1 ym'n.L -vj jd5W6iBWj''iM ' llwii'rm9rm mmmmuitt Y 1 - r" T Minnnimifflffl!!!! y I 10 DAYS ONLY I These phenominal bargains will not be offered again. It will pay you to lay 3 in your next season's supply at these prices. Every pair of these shoes are 1 brand new this spring. Our policy is never carry goods from one season to ' another. Hence these low prices: 1 SZ 25 pairs mens patent leather oxfords, wore :i.50, now g 20 pairs black dull leather oxfords, now E 29 pairs tan and wine color oxfords, than cost 40 pairs of the inn rpiincpfl 0.00 reduced 1 Come early. They won't last long You'll be more than pleased with these WONDERFUL BARGAINS. Sale Starts, Saturday. June 26th. 1909 STRENTZ iiiuiLiiiiiiUiUiiiiiUiuuuiiauiiuiaiUiUiUiuuuuuiuiiiuuiusiUiUiUitiaiiuuiuiiUiiiuiiiuuiUiuuiiUiUiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiii X...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

Wr " iy-v -"l M 9 tT" V " -pipi j$tim,wpw$i' mati!it'jjMwwi.sji $yhibKbibil)lnlhhil ta UK FA GDC NNAT THE DEMOCRAT - I One Year for Only $1.25 f IS During the month of June, yearly subscriptions j H will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- 8 er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a i splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for i? j one year, for a small sum and should be taken j !f advantage of. g BON T WAIT - 5 as this offer may never be made again. 1 THE DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL I us & 'r jf Logan, Ohio f! patri one E is Not Lust For Office That Animates Them. Of course it wasn't "lust for office" thitt induced the Repub lican majority of the state senate to confirm by a strict purty vote the lap-over appointments of Gov ernor Harris as the very first act of a special session which begins before the inauguration of Gover nor Harmon. That act must be set down to a patriotic purpose, (from a partisan standpoint,) to embarrass the administration of one of the ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

.I11WI IJHUMW i N. llvtnrrifi Jim wM&k lis I 111 II V Mm Less Than Cost wr We have made it a point each season to start out with an entirely new line of oxfords. Td do this we have aT OXFORD CLEARANCE SALE and put a price on them that will close them out. Now is the time to wear oxfords and you now have an opportunity to buy any oxford in our store at less than cost. They are all this season's styles. Mens 4,00 Oxfords fcQ 1 ET NVomons 1.50 Oxfords' dl c( at (pu.lO at pl.U Mens ;i,50 Oxfords s hp rsr Hoys .'i.00 Oxfords dQ QCJ Mens 2.50 Oxfords h- njr Boys 2.50 Oxfords dj-i ypj Woniens 3.50 Oxfords rtjn orv Misses 2.00 Oxfords d- er Woniens :i.00 Oxfords DQ OK Misses 1.50 Oxfords dj-i ff at pC.iO at ipliCU Wotnens 2.50 Oxfords (pi np? Misses 1.25 Oxfords dj-1 (f Womcns 2.00 Oxfords . (hi Ejrv Chiids 1.00 Oxfords VIr . This includes every pair REMEMBER STEDEM & CO. Xocal anb Mibs Anna Fox ville, this week. was in Hayden- Mrs. Cora Brown Columbus, today. is a visitor in Supt H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 June 1909

ip ) gptKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lllCll IIILUll IIUJILcU nielli l)r. At. II, CherrliiRton Dr. J, S. Clicrrlngton Lucy Armstrong, Supt 'I III: CIIURRINdrON HOSPITAL la now entering upon Its second year. During tlie past thirteen mouths many persons have been operated upon and without a single fatality. ANY ONIs In need of an operation and wishing other than the Hospital surgeons, may have their choice of surgeons. OUR (lRAt)UAfli IIUAD NURE, AND TWO COMPETENT UN-(MADUATI- NURSHS are constantly In chaigc. The physicians' of fice being in the hospital, one or the other Is usually present. THIi OPPICIi Is equipped with an X-ray and electrical apparatus for the treatment of diseases, Calls answered by cither physician day or night. TELUIMIONESOfflce and Hospital-Citizens nnd Hell, 2 on 78. PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE. CHERRINGTON HOSPITAL, Logan, 0. Xocal anfr w "vprv" Mr. John Monday. Shunk was in Logan, Miss Evelyn Bowen has returned to Oxford. Mr. (Jhria Aclimier was in Co lum...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

W J?t?. iW i t'Wii2rW3fc.fSKF , w.S1 V DEMOeRA T$ENT1NEL. TUP OHIO'DI'.MOOKAT, 27U.Y,rNo 26 THtl HOtlKtNtl uMNTINM. 68th Yer No BO LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909. The Only Dtmoontlo Hpr lu thi (loaatr aitoaUtlon 3000 On. DalUf I'm Ym rmavxiiftyirfqy-ff- rmkyy I tin. fc 'I'' y h i i OIL AND GAS TALK " Tlio well (if tho Ovorlntid com pany on tlio Folk furm will bo biint today. It is predicted tlnit this well will l)i) good for 75 bar relle u itny, Tlio Muxvillo couipauy has suc ceeded in straightening thoir hole on tlio Woods tu nil near Muxvillo, unit uro progressing nicely with thu dulling. The Orossonvillo ootupany drill ed lu u dry hole Mutiday, their first dry experience. This coui pauy Iiuh five or six good produc ing wolla. The Hook-Hooking No. 1 is down 17UO foot and drilling haB started on No. 13 Hoth lire in Hocking county, No. 1 on the Dicknua farm and No. 2 on the Huston farm. The recent heavy rains have temporarily reduced the mud roads in the oil fie...

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

11 irfff' t J OPENS MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909 ar BUSINESS COLLEGE '.as 5VM VI f??! GEORGE ALVOID, Mgr. Second Floor Rcmpcl National Bank Building. A Fine Business College for Logan Owned and Operated by the Columbus Business College, Columbus, Ohio- The Biggest, Best, Busiest Business College in the Middle West. What We Offer : Wo olfor the young men and women of Logan and vicinity tho very hesL business education it is possible to get anywhere. The Logan Business College "will afford the same splendid advantages as the parent sohool at Columbus, and will use the same books and systems with competent instructor.-. Fine desks and oflice equipment, everything that goes to make up a first-class business college may be had right here at home. We absolutely guarantee you a position up on graduation or refund your entire tuition. Night School MONDAY -- WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY. An Open Letter from President J. E. Joiner On Monday morning, July 11!, 1 will open the Logan IUiblncss College, Tlilo ocn...

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

"tttW' ""I'WWSMW.' .i5RW!aljf. ,f VTt'W'ini ll f nlyi..liia ii. I " J'VP;rM' !!'MLI-J ir"H rar H&&&g&&gg:g!II&&&;0;&&H Xocai anb "rr Miss Lucilo Alloa was in Neleon villo, Friday. Mr. TIiob. Wood, of Gibisonvillo, was In Logan, Friday. Mr. Lufo Egleston, of Starr, was in Logan, Monday. Infirmary Director.!. M. Sweazy, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. John Jones wus in Colum bus, Friday of last week. Mr. John Woods, of Hocking, was in Logan over Sunday. Mr. George Brooko, of Murray City, was in Logan, Monday. Rev. Wilson returned from his trip to Hamilton on Saturday. Mr. Charles King', of Kachel machor, was in Logan, Monday. Mi's. Luther Timberluko is the guest of friends in Worthiugtori. Mr. Hul Murphy, of Athens, was in, Logan, Saturday of last week. Mr. Jim Oliver wiib a Capital City visitor, Friday of last week. Miss JO vn Wright was a Capital City visitor, u few days last week. Miss Ednu Armstrong loft Thurs day of last week for Donver, Colo-1 r...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

PHSSSpliSitpi -VJptJSSSJX; -. .M-n- Aawnau AufcaTwi d rftwMlwniwiMtMJ&MmmMiM iCUAt - SfcNTlNEL :kly newspaper. kVhIIT THUkSDAT MOHNllHl, Printing aild Publishing Co. (tNl'dhl'dltXlKIt) l'Uur.tHithus I.OWItY, PllMIHKNT NKt., BhlillMAIIY (HUN, Kill'fOH IkCK ASHO. KtllTtlKAMAjMUKIt r ix i,: In llollltnn lllock, youth Unor 'iltered ns HpcoikI t!lns Mutter Otfloliur 1 MX), nt tba 1'ost tittlco ill I.okiim, Ulilo, iiiulor Aol of CniiKruss of Mrfi :i. n"v. Thursday, July 1, 1909. Enterprise Mrs. Bertha Clark, of Logan, visitcil her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kllinger, Sunday. Mrs. Delia Plotikharp and Mrs. Murray visited Charles lies and "nuilly, Sunday. 'rs. Weiland Is visiting her ' 'or, Mrs. Carrie Voris at t. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Grove and hv'ily of Rockbridge, visited rela tives at this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Fraatire made business trip to Logan, Saturday ening. Operators Nod Powers and Sam ihiser are working second and hird tricks at Rockbridge. Miss Florence Ringhiser is wor...

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