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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 July 1906

iWW' : wpr" qpnn"u' " i mim ,nw,JiBppniiii.i"i"i mm- 'IWI11 jWWyMJfjy ' ' r N wnawtajMftrffafruijLjm", i i int -" i fflCAl' new sr vj a . s, $ ? j" Mr8r Cnssio Clark, of Hfte,4vlBn?. ed relatives hero Inst week. "6 Jf Mr. Jchso Muttox, of Newark, Wiib n guest nt tho Warner House, ((ntrity,' " p . .? t tt " Mrs, Win. Sowderw mid children, ' of Knnsas, nro tho guests of her . ' brother', S.' M. Hone. ' . Mr.ifraiiots Ungor, of Col,um- y Iiiib, .wub a Logan visitor Wednes day. ..- . . , Homer Kriog and family, of Jtfelsonvillo, spent Sunday with relatives hero. , , ! Dr.- Allan visited his mother, Mrs. E. A. Allen, and sister, Mrs. Giliilnnd, in Delaware, Sunday. . Mr. A. C. Tlptoii( who is ill of typhoid i fover, is progressing favorably. MesBrs. Tom Eborst and. .lud Shriner were Lancaster visitors, Sunday. Supti H. T. Silvcrthorn left on Tuesday for a Bhort vacation with relatives in Mount Sterling. , Mr, Edward Rohror, of Zanes--ville, is visiting his brother;, J. F. Rohror, and fam...

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. — 19 July 1906

i Baffj.nwffTwywff! MCI , ij- KM' bA i '1 K- Fw -- Ijfe' FARM AND ORCHARD Helpful Hints for the Busy Farmer. BY J. S. TRIGG, -Dos Moines, Iowa. Corre spondence Invited. With lino larso strawherrlei retulllni? at ?l.r0 per crate It is u inustlon whether the berry bed, us ordinarily m:inaed, Is a paying proposition. A friend of the writer who paid ?2 for twenty-live liewfaiiicleil strawberry plants contributed $1.23 toward paying the livery bill of the agent who sold him the plants. There are portions of Colorado in which the ravages of the potato worm amount to as hifdi as 2 per cent of the entire crop raised. In 1800 the leather and leather manu factures of the United States were valued at $12,273,170: in 1003 the total for the same Items was .?ys,04t,4--. There are many cases where the hir ing of outside help for extra work in the house avIII prove vastly more eco nomical than the services of a physi cian following a spell of overwork. Every spot in the jiardeu that Is available ma...

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. — 19 July 1906

v I) fi I rs 1 1 ft Colored Shoes Afe Only For th Woman With Small Feet. IRISH LACK AND SATIN SIIOXS The Prince Ilnthlnir Suit tins tle coinc l'nfiutiir tit tlir Sninrt Uraorta, llnuil I'nlniltiir on Klutiurnte aovrnu linn lleon llcvlvcil. Girls whose feet nro not of (ho BinnlU cat proportions will do well to leave colored shoes severely alone. Brown and black shoos are by fur tho safest mode for a girl who takes any slzo bigger than a small four. There Is something very fascinating about n tiny rod shoe peeping out beneath a white muslin frilly frock, while blue footgear allied to a blue gown Is ul most ciuully as dhtnty, but tho whole effect becomes absurd If the foot Is not built on the smallest lines. Tho crazo at present for evening shoes of Irish laco mounted over pate IoeirmosaT'osebuJ'isiiora-iTrnigirrj- ptltc. Tho Ways roses are used tiro al most as varied as the kinds. Ostrich feathers for hats appear to Increase In slzo every day. Soino of MODERN AFRICA. A &BuhK W ll ...

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. — 19 July 1906

J'"'mmmmmmmmm'm'vm Sfif "awrffw rj o jwarKrey3Tg3B"rt gX!rpavrTTJlTlittT''"fc'-Ji-"fTJ&irigiBianKTaa i k l k. to Carbonhill. I, ot (lit) Iminliiy ilou-days liurn, h'uv winter soon will linyo Its turn. Mr. Thomas Recce, of Jobs,.1 spent last Sunday here. Mrs. Joseph Spooner was Nulsonville, on business, one day, last week. Mr. Fred Horn, of this place, had business in Nelsonville last fin t nrrln v Mr. Wright and family from Nelsonville, spent several days here last week. Messrs. John McManaway and Frank Power, members of the Board of Education, of Ward Twp., had business here last Fri day, Mesdames Harry Smith and Wm. Richardson, of Athens, and Mrs. C. F. Aplin, of Logan, visit ed Mr. G. W. Ross last Wednes day, Mesdames Smith and Rich ardson remaining till Thursday, and in company with Mrs. Ross called on Mrs. Hyde, of Nelson ville. Mr. Roland Stedwell, of this place, is working in the foundry nt Nelsonville. Elder Cook, of Nelsonville, will preach in the Christian house here T...

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. — 26 July 1906

T- Hocking County Fair, Logan, Ohio, August 22, 23, 24 and 25. DBMOeRA TSENTINL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 4 25th, Year, Number 26, THE HOCKINa SENTINEL, 66th, Year, Number 8. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County cstfitapWMi 'i f W - COUNCIL MEETING. The Guardians of the Vil lage Interests Grind. On roll call Tuesday night nt tlio regular oaunoll mooting nil tnombera ansjvorod "Hero" except Thurnofla, whom 19 enjoying tlio spoil binders nt tlio Lancaster Camp mooting. Minutos of thoprovlous meeting were approved with out correction An ordinance regulating hauling on-paved streets was on its second reading and was permitted to take its regular course andcomo up for Until action in August. Grade ordinance for Howeii ad dition and Weldy ndditlon, was read for the first time and bv mo tion the rules weie suspended; the second and third reading-) dis pensed with' and tlio ordinance passed. An enginee...

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. — 26 July 1906

nBBWfiyewpBianpgwtin.'ijifiiwwLgm wwiwiimiiHt yigWTgigfWiini 22ESE 3K ) i f Big, Fat Man. A. big, fut ninn called Tuft thoy cull li 1 tn Bill in Cincinnati, and tho president culls him Bill, sometimes wont down into North Ciirolinii to tench politicnl wisdom to tho people south of MnBon nnd Dixon's lifib. Hoports do not any whothor tho people in Dixie lnughcd right into Tuft's big, broad fnce it is prob able" that they, didn't for the southern people nre'fnr famed for their courteousness, But it- is reasonable to boliovo that they are laughing up their sleeves at the presumption of the aforesaid Tuft, who went among tho Cnrelinians as a ppecial messenger of tho "big stick" to tell them what all the people of the south ought to do to gain the eternal good will of tho "big stick" and uf all the big heads associated with it. Taft told the pebplo of Dixie that wlmt they ought to do to manifest'siip'erior political wiBdom is to "break up the solid south." Gient head! great wisdom for a s...

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. — 26 July 1906

x&& IS1,!1 7m''1WffM'l9f".'" ' " "wTiwTi - - 10 If' t-. F f ? r A Disgusting Spectacle' Disgusting, repugnnlit, nnusent Jng, nro the only words applicable to tlio efforts of former State Fire Marshal Davis, Assistant Fire Mnrdinl Ilollonbcck and Governor Harris to oust Fire Marshal Creamer from the olllco to whloh lie was appointed for a term, of two years by the late lamented Governor Puttieon; and It niny Bafely bo presumed that if their plan proves successful Btillloient precedent will have been establish od to warrant tho overthrowing of tlio entire stuto into the hnnds of tho corrupt political tricksters whom tho people oompolled to Btcp down and out in most emphatic stylo laBt fall. And tho situation is rendered all the more disgusting n"hd ropugnnnt when tho attitude of tho governor is considered, His shifting and halting manner at flt'Bt led tho people to bellovo that ho fully realized tho seriousness of tho sit uation ; hut when ho throw tho burden upon tho shoulder...

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. — 26 July 1906

"""CWK? "sjpssp " sr jtWWlim!r7T'fMI iiwim t rmmm DEVlOCRAT-SENTiNEL.,,lbl0 l0 ,u,ko l,,,u,(,r straighten A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rimMSItKtl KVKHY TltUItHDAY JIOKNINC1, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOIU'OltATED) 1'UUtilBllKIUS vlittut, C. Lowitr, 11,(1. IfANHRI., .1, Id Dot.MHO.N, I'ltKBIDKNT BKCIIETAKT KlItTOK OKKICIll-ln l)otllon lllock, South Door, Jlntereil nt tho Posloltlce In I.Knn,Oulo, ns HocoiulClnai Moll Mutter. Thursday, July 26, 1906 Announcement. Kill KUt IIKMOCKAT-HKNTINHI.! f limuhy iiiinouncn my nnnin for the noni. In itt loit of Inllrinnry Director ot Hocking County t tho Democratic primary olcctlon mauion' nitttkh. koii congress Wo minounco tho iinmu of Judge O. W. If. Wright, ofllooklng County, in a win dlilntit before (lie Dninucrutlu cunvuntlon for Coiigro-miinn of tho KltiMintli DHttlet of Ohio. COl'NTY TIlKASt'ltKlt. Mr. UJIIor plt'iiso aiinonuro tho natilo of .lese W, Uiilirlol iia ii caiuilduto for County Treasurer. Suliji-ct to tlio Democratic Pri m...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 July 1906

fW nnpwnjwirtDiaBMroMa to . , -& p R n r NOTICE TO We are headquarters for Fertilizer this fall. Our fertilizer showed the best crops through the country this summer. Our prices are from 50 CENTS 10 $1.50 per ton less than our competitors. i Tie Faraers' lain hut Successors to The Rempel-Brown Hardware Co. WARRANTS ARE SWORN OUT fat Arrest of Officers of Jackson Lumber Company. ARC CHARGED WITH PEONAGE Party of Qirmans, .Lately Arrlvad, Appeal to the German Vic Consul For Protection Tell a Tale of Cru elty That Has No Parallel In This Country. Penaacola, Fla., July 25. United StatC3 deputies, armed with warrants for the arrest of officials of. tho Jack son Lumber company, have gono to Lockhart, Ala., the headquarters of the company. They are charged with peonage in its most vicious form. If the allegations are true about 100 immigrants, mostly Germans, are held in the lumber camps of that company virtually as slaves. A party of Ger mans reached here from the camps, stating that ...

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. — 26 July 1906

n"- ? iniu j uujjia.jj JCTiafgBKHa.'ii.'rBmim hujuot ' rtt ' H N ORCHARD Holpful Hints tor the Busy Farmer. BY J. S. TRIGG, Dos Moines, Iowa, Corre spondence Invited. Many n parent has himself (o thank for Iho sulky "disposition of his child. In the United States nlono !),000,(K)0 plows nre required In the plowing of (lie tillable land, which represents nn Investment of about $S0,0OO,000. With pr'nic, sound mules selling re cently at its hltfh as sf'JJJ" per heail, there Is reason to hellevo that there Is one line of animal .husbandry that Is not being seriously overdone. Chronic thoughtlessness Is In the last analysis Just plain selfishness. The two "go hand in hand, as do their opposltes. The critical tlmo In the life of the .Voting birds is during the two days fol lowing the departure from the home liest. If they do .not fall a prey to cats during this time they are pretty Nitre to pull through. MARK m ES. While the grosbeak now and then opens a pod of peas and feasts on the deli...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 July 1906

"""Wf 7V"V njt, WCP" ae yS i 3 V" OUR FASUION LETTER. Wash Silk Waists Are Very Comfortable and Modish. WTJAIt A PINK, CMUlt YE Hi. Whore Hlinll 1ic llmnlkcrcliler He Curried f I.lnen Hull Tlmt Hnre Cant mill Skirt of Conirnn.liiB Col or Pongee In Viilrcmnllr 1'opnlnr. Wnsli stilt vnlts njndo up In Iho plainest styles nro iiioiIIhIi mul tlio most comfortable of nil tlio summer rfhlsts With the tnlloretl shirt wnlst is worn a Htnrched embroidered turnover col Inr. With these collnrs nro worn four lu-hnnd ties of linen or Bilk. Tho tic is arranged In n small knot high up in tlio collnr jilst where It turns over, and tlio lower edges uro caught together with n fancy bar pin. Tho summer girl Is In a quandary as to what Is to become of her hundker- PINK QLNOHAM PEOCK. chief. Most of her blouses open down the back, so the moucholr has uo chance of being hidden In front of the bodice, and the fashionable short sleeves are no use as a hiding place. A white chip sailor hat with a wide folded...

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. — 26 July 1906

,U" w "wj r V ' " I ?) ttM mUMi'l'U.JM.'efflrW FARM t egjKSlfe f H Other- J ' V I hfl Tgwj foi I1 Carbonhill. ' 'Hie molim colic days lmve conn Tim hoys will tnkon llll Ami scud to town and get 901110 ruin To cure them of their 111. J think tho weather prophet that predicted plenty of rnin t li is sum mer is tho whole stufi'. Miss Uee Koss spent several duys in Nelgonvillo Inst week. Albert and Elmer Guess moved their families from Greendale to this place recently. Surveyor Shiiw had business in Logan several days. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dawley, of Sand Knn, visited at the home of Mr. (Jlaronce Smith last Saturday evening. Misses Myrtle and Etta Power, of Coshocton, Mrs. Thomas Dowd, of Nelsonville, and Mrs Ohas. Downhour, of Cleveland, spent last Thursday at the home of your uncle. Mies Kate McAllister spent last Saturday afternoon in Nelsonville. Miss Fannie Thorn, of Marietta, spent last week with her parents, of this place. Mr. George Knapp, of Green- dale, was seen here last Wednes c...

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. — 2 August 1906

fywyffP H - ytgfffiy""j X j t Hocking County Fair, Logan, Ohio, August 22, 23, 24 and 25. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 66th, Year, Number 9. 35th. Year, Number 71 jS !i VM &Mam M JLrAyL M MAJLrJL&& P w Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County ft fW" ' -VJRI iTja 1 WJ if If T . I LABOR TROUBLES Settling Down Gracefully In Logan. CITIZENS MEETING Resulted in Good Commit tee Work. As was stated lust week the dif ference between Kerlin Bros and their labor had caused a suspen sion of operation of the big brick industry. Dick Kerlin of Toledo, was on the ground, and failing to settle matters secured an injunc tion against trespassing of cer tain former employees and form ally shut down the plant indefini tely, f This p'.nnt to operate three hundred uion would be supporting about one-fourth of tho popula tion of Logan, and our citizen ship and business men cannot afford suc...

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. — 2 August 1906

. """ H 'B'1 mmw0kwmrw& iuuuBjiiiuiuiiiiiuuaj4ija.se jigLuji'i'imtfi -ijjiui.u-tawu ' iM'wii ui i-Hgug-t No Doubt of tho Rosult "When tho votorB of tho state of Ohio tiro culled upon to glvo con tlciilli would Imvvtk-ch cuiiiiiiirtlvr ly corliiin without tho "machine" a percentage of 80 livea saved in onch hundred has hecu maintained, sldorutton to tho llcDUblicnu tlckctl1'1'0 pviblie will ho allowed to rco t'lifl fall, what will l)o tholr vet diet after a rovlow has boon niado of tho actions of those In charge of the Kcpublican party's affairs at tlilB timo? Ih It not plnln to every intelligent citizen that tho Republican party of Ohio is tho HantoboBP'Controlled and boss-cursed organization it was a year ago; that hoseisui un der Dick is identical with bossisni under Cox; that the bosses of to day are actuated by the same mo tives as tho bosses of last fall? And when consideration is given tho administration of tho state's affairs since tho death of Governor ruttisnu will it n...

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. — 2 August 1906

J I ""rv, f r ' ( nmrnXtnW"? v y t v KV. THE SWUATpN IN OHIO Ex-Governor HerricK Pushed Himself Forward forVindication Will -the Republicans of Cjnio Stand zen AfSfronteiy. It Booms that the Republican Central Committee, vhicli waa clioaon by ox-Govornor Horrlok'B machine and which ho still con trols, is determined that lie ahull bo vindicated nt wlmtevor cost of purty harmony. When ho was defeated by -18,000 majority, whilo all the rest of the ticket was elected by about the smile majority, it was hopod that ho and his partisans would havo tho good sonse to absent Jthoni selves for awhilo from tho center front of tho Kopublican stugo in Ohio. But ho is still able to control 14 out of 21 votes of the Committee and now ho is brought forward for "vindication." It appears to theso astute gontlomeu that it is safe to again ail'rout the 150,000 Republicans who voted against him, by appointing him to sound their "keynote." It remain'f to be seen how many of them) will dance to the .Herric...

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. — 2 August 1906

TV roeswawj democrat-sentinel. FweFkly newspaper. rUllMSHKII, KVRIIT TltUHHnAY MOHNtHfli The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCOItPOltATKt)) I'UHIilBMKUS vtiltm.V. Ijuntv, II.U. II.VNHKI., .). It. Dllt.MHON, VilKSlMRNT SliOllKTAIlT KDtTOK OKKlUKt In lolllson lllook, Soutli Door. Kliteroil nttho I'nstolllco In T.oftnn, Ohio, us Huconuuinsi -mum iiiuiiur. Thursday, Augtut 2, 1906 1906 AUGUST 1906 : Su. Mo. Tu. Wo. Th. Fn So ZZZZOJL-i: 56.789 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Announcement. Mm roil Dbmociiat-Skntinki.: 1 hnreby nnnounce my nnnm or the nom ination of Intlrninry Director of Hocking County at tlio Domocrntlc primary election MARION NUTTKK. FOR CONOHKSS W'p unnouncu tlio name of Judge O. W. H. 'Wright, of Hocking County, as u can dliliitu before the Democrntlc vonvcntlon for Congressman of the Eleventh District of Ohio. COUNTY TUBASURKK. Mr. Elltor pleno nnnonnce the name of .ItMfte W. Miibrlel ns n cnndldate for County Treasurer. Subject 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. — 2 August 1906

tTWf r flB? 9",l?S 1 " rH!5T!f??''U vfsw t13 J jwm5PT'w fljwTMr (f 'p" T H" iW?f "? PWTV" ' imf' - r j Matinoe Races. fHniH?mm!Hf?ni!!!TfHmmtHmnTf!Hiii!?m!!?mf!?m!Hmfn??!n!n!!!!nm!?i?tntHnnutni T""r 'If HaB'" ea-ttM-"-'-iiiiiiM3utrrwi--Trmaf wrgriao3aai mm n m i i mini 1 1 , i i m i, pin in mm., . m : 7 ki b ft i k? r ?w X IJBKT? I Wfrr. & TO Cantwoll Cliffs. Mrs. Lizzio Sttmrb and family, of nuar Itookbridgc, entertained Sunday. Aftor tho snrvinr of tin oxcollont dinner tho following crowd wont to Cantwoll dill's: Misses Bertha Morris, Ada, Theresa and Goldio Unger, of Logan, Ida and Viola Stuart; Messrs. Richard Jewel, Herbert RubsoI, Edgar and Ferd Stuart. All reported a good time despite the inclomoncy of tho woather, 'Entertained Mrs. James Mount and family ontertained Mr. George Unger, and Misses Bertha Morris, Ada, Theresa and Goldie Unger with croquet Tuesday e vening, after which a pleasant time was spent with music, both vocal and instru mental, furnished by Messrs. Ma...

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. — 2 August 1906

p EMWm 'J' U1"1' " 'I'1 '"' ' jy-'1 ' J'w "" irp"?"fi? R3 ip WtTVtl f '"-r " wx 1 - -w-pl 1 IjJSfS ) txu .j.nniTTmiTiT .ynr.j BY J. S. TRIGG, There are two precepts vt hieli, while not having much similarity, should al ways he kept In mind one, that a fel low shouldn't put his hands In Imllliif,' hot water; the other, that he should no sooner sign his signature tor a sti an ger. There's n peg loose somewhere It put cuts who h.ive given their elilldren eaie and shelter through childhood 3 ears have to spend their declining days In the county poor faun when either son or daughter lias so much as a root for shelter or two ciusts of bread. The Minnesota opeilment station has taken up n seih"- of etpei intents with n view to dedicating wild mustiud, which Is a sc lions pest in many of the gialti glowing sections of the state. The method which Is being followed consists In spi.iying the Holds with n sulphate of lion, wlilch kills the mils taid, but docs not seem to injuie the gialu. A gau...

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. — 2 August 1906

iirsr imwkw tmfm-jf SUL. ML - '.y a, OUR FASHION LETTER. Some Hints That Will Aid In the Selection of Gloves. TONGUE T01 COATS FASlItONABIill Cmbrtflitereil Lingerie Still tn High ' t'soor I.lnen Mieettnir Grcnllr In Demand Vat SulU Unfiled l.avrn I'ctilcunld. All experienced snleswoninn rIvcs those lilula about selecting gloves: "Tlio l)DHt plan Is to test the kid by stretching It. Take tlio Ride seams be tween the (hiunljH and iltiRerH and pull. If the kid In soft and pliable, the porcn small) even and not especially notice ahlo and tlio rIovo Immediately takes on Its original shape, It gives evldouro of not only being elastic and therefore full of now life, but of being u fairly good quality." Natural colored linen coats for auto- moblllug with fancy collar and cutf decorations of soutache bruld are won- 00 WN OP ECBD SHANTUNCl. derfully comfortable for summer tour a. The new silk rain coats lined with rubber are smart, but very warm for the dog days. White centers with narrow co...

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. — 2 August 1906

rTiffNwffcfHfwii'ftpii'ii 'i'yiipiiiiiij'ijprmwipiw '''mmf'r!rmT mvir f -JW"WJVftW"yt r " W5 tVpy "- W"W ffll II I IS r,v rr MKtSt OfhcrTowp Carbonhill. Mr. J. L. Blos8or had business in Logan Inst Tuesday . Joseph Smitli nndTliomns ilrad luirry, of Jobs, wore licre on busi ness lust Tuesday evening. Pete Eyuns, oC Columbus, spent last week with his father, D. 1. Kvans, of this place. Mr. James Francis and son, Grover, had business in Nelson ville one day last week. tfss Grace Tnboden, of near Logan, is spending several days witli Miss Mattie Blosser. Eph Shaw, John Young and Win. Parks had business in Logan last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grilllths, of Daleton, recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Griffiths. The stork recently made its ap pearance hero and left a little girl at the home of Mr. Oscar Tom. Mrs. Frank Green informs us that she has in her possession a copy of the Hocking Sentinel pub lished July 2, 1802, which is well preserved and gives much war news pe...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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