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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

i a $ Wl to N in .in ti h J I BRW, PmWwmWWWuJtWWWJJMMMWM 1 Men s, Womens, Misses a and Childrens Pine Footwear Tho most momentous sale in our in progress. The phenoiniiml responre sale is gratifying evj'lenee of how close we are to the people and how sincerely our statements are regard ed, whieh clearly provos that confidence is, after all, tho essential point in business. Quality, Variety and Value are the dominating features of this Sale. The assortment is still ample and consists of new, fresh models in Mens, Womens, Aliases and Child rens high class Shoes, fumps, Oxfords, Slippers and and Smart Ties for indoor or outdoor wear, in all the most fashionable shapes and leathers. They are not odd lasts or broken sizes, but complelo lines cf our finest, and best makes. -direct from regular stock at PRICE CONCESSIONS which simply demand recognition. New lasts are added, depleted linos replenished and vacancies filled up daily. So when ever you come, you are sure of unequaled bargains. ...

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. — 1 July 1909

"jpipsrt iwtiMfiWffi T'Ti'ii ''UBBmsamamm "iAaiA,yUuUuiai OWN ALLOTMENT ' assured fact and lite golden opportunity is before you. This tiice you have been waiting for and you'll surely regret it if . you pass it up : ARE SELLING RAPIDLY as will soon appear. Think of the many superior advantages these lots possess: jets, fine brick walks, every lot almost as level as a floor, no hill to climb and 10 minutes walk from the Court House. JU WONDER WHY THEY SELL? y reasonable, only $250 to $500, with 10 per cent discount for cash m full, this chance to help make Logan bigger and better. An Unseen Empire Nay Govern tin; United States, In the Future. R. R. WRIGHT, Office with V. C. Lowry, James Block, Logan, Ohio M1- $ UQ r mid of .ife nil 'r-uwford Tacob 1197; n to aggie ntiiry 0. Noyd Saltereek John S. Slawser and wife to Wui Steveus, 40 acres of land; consideration $125, Laurel Chas. D, Federer and wife to Joseph Fox, 20 acres of land; 1$ and other valuable con sideration. Ward John Gree...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

5sw",ww ' 4ra " ;MSwyS-,'Vij T V' . s it i JiMimnjiiiminwM mimjujmw.i.n'iimuMU'MW hiu.uil wrm mwuMjmpM'iuwm 'ijjiij jiuni mil minium iiiw!ih,hiii hii n.'m.''nnil'l LWalMWILVWWW'ulrJ'"JW i-'lftntfeiWi:tji hhhwwiimiiii ii i i l1 'y ji " 'ni'iiiirujJS&riSlii'iTfmi &&&&&&&&&& BIG 20-DAY CLEAN SEE HAND-BILLS FOR PRICES fl J. UP SALE or s- 3 u r 'J X, 4. r speiv sis' Wri nes' c BJv ' IK v". i WW?WW 'VT' "W VT W rir rut rw r ri rw rVIII f V '"W fM If Tif If IT Trf TbC TbCMM Xocal anb Mrs, Chas. Lytic war in Lancas ter, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roller went to Lockville, Sunday. Mr. George Shuw was a Lancas ter visitor, Friday. Mr. Frank Christofferson was in Columbus, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ri der, Friday, a son. Mr. Frank Kessler was in the Arch City, Tuesday. Mr. D, A. Riser was a Capital City visitor, Sunday. Mr. Rudolph Brown was in Co lumbus, over Sunday. Mr. John Till, of Junction City, was in Logan, Monday. Mrs. Charles Quinn was a v...

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. — 1 July 1909

i ? my ' rv"" lxvnvyvvvyvnv0vAyOyvyxiviWvxyyvvvU: CIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER! I WEEKLT E CNNAT NUIRER -AND- HE OEM CRAT-SENTINEL ,r One Year for Only $1.25 1 - - -. . . . - 0 During the month of July, yearly subscriptions g will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- g t and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g Jplendid opportunity to secure two good papers for g. .he year, for a small sum and should be taken j vantage of. g College Professor Wife, Kills Ills I WAIT SEND IN YOUR NAME AT lis offer may never be made again. g THE DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL ! 0. Logan, Ohio ! x !GE TLJJCTATE thers Need Not Worry State Candidates. 'feller" put out from pton, the mention of Sena- ion as tlie strongest man publican could nominate kr for governor fell llat, It failed to touch a re spot anywhere in the hid election to the senate Irton has developed some J.B ot "strength" that lrri- le oitactory nerve und, be- do not comport with his tua pretentions of political Burton promptly disowned r...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

' 'haiM ww ftAAAAAS&&AAAS&S.SASSSSSB J Tr - w . fob I I tfl I! ' i K br v( L .. ' -- S The Big Semi-Annual CLEARANCE SALE at The ThurnessWright Co. is Still on in Full Blast. Every Article in the Entire Stock is reduced in Price. All must go at ONE-FOURTH, ONE THIRD and ONE-HALF off. Hundreds of pleased customers have taken advantage of these ; MONEY SAYING PRICES - IT Will PAY vnij 10 INVESTIGATE THESE REDUCTIONS. THE MONEY SAVING WILL SURPRISE YOU. THE THURNESSWRIGHT CO. 154158 S. Mulberry St, Logan, Ohio "to m&&&&&&::imm&&&&&&&&&&&w w xocai ano S3g9EgES3E3E3e3e3B3ralsraraES3E3ES5ES9E3E3E Miss Viola Quinn spent lust Thursday in Columbus. Misses Ida antl Josephine Fickle were Columbus yieitors, Wednes day. Judge V. 11 YVeitzel.of Athens, waB in Logan Wednesday, on busi ness, Mrs. Everett Braley is .visiting her husbaud's parents at Rutland, Ohio. Mrs. L. G. Dollison returned Wednesday from a visit in Ja...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 July 1909

!'" psP ?w?p?i X 4t.,i ( r? ' , HVVVVVVVVVVMVVVVVVV.VIi Logan Opera House 5 GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS J TONIGHT Thursday, July ist. t I HORTON and KEENAN 5 j I ric runniest, oi un insii uiuiiicuiuiia j Ff They Don't Make You Laujrh 'Till Your Sides Ache, There's Jv "Sure" Something Wrong. They're the funniest thltiK that ever happened in I rlsli. See announcement ad. In another pai tot this fT V Issue for more about them. r 5 PICTURE PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT: 5 $ J Entire Change Friday and Saturday Nights! Pictures changed every night through July except Tuesdays. ill M k- j l J I 1 I J 1 II .t (1 . I.I11II I I II A ft V 5 Grown Folks 10c Children 5c. K lu the Reign of Louis XVI Avaricious Father French Duel Jones iiinl the I.iuly Book Aeut Electric Fans "Coolest Place in Town. improv'tnent In business in the pusl few weoks and will online it tj'iiorul rcHtiuiptlon of work In the II icltttiy unit SunUuv Creek valleya In the next few weeks to come, The mines of the Sun day Cr...

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. — 8 July 1909

"fT-f '3P" '"T" f.'CSKr.-y ... . . j ;J2iii3;"t 'jjV WT W 7WmJT Wm F d T M TWWm T Mr W i ntL ucmuKZtm 1 '-ax m uxcl THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27th Yett No .37 Till! 1I00K1N0 UtiNTINM, tiBth Y.r No 51 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1009. The Only Democrkllol'tper In th Uonutj OltooUtlon 3000 One DolUr l'r Yr ( The Democrat-Sentinel Six Weeks Popularity One Thousand Dollars In Grand Prizes to Popular People of Hocking Co. and Vicinity This Is By Far the Biggest Con test Ever Attempted By Any Weekly Newspaper in Ohio. The First Grand Prize is a New 1909 Model Brush Runabout Autimobile. Second Grand Prize $150.00 Solitaire Diamond Ring. "- D1S1KIU1 rKiZ,.&: $110 Scholarships in the New Bed Room Suit, and $35.00 To give uway absolutely free in prizes is no small undertaking for a business concern in a town the size of Logan But that is what the democrat sentinel is going to undertake to do as is an nounced in the big page ad in to day's issue. Full details of this big coutea...

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. — 8 July 1909

-n T "I ITIHI lltidl lr l II I ill II II I iiimiil ill !! I II ''! 1 ' 'i f HTIi Ull II' I li I "T ' ' ' ''-I '", ' " LOGAN BUMNESS COLLEGE DO YOU WANT A POSITION? George Alvoid, Manager Pick up a newspaper, run over the "Help Wanted Column." Nearly every ad. for young people contains one of these phrases: "Apply in own hand writing," "Knowledge of shorthand necessary," "Must be able to run typewriter," "Experienced person preferred," "Must be quick in figures," "Must be good in spelling and punctuation," "Must understand bookkeeping." Now do You Understand Why it is so Hard to Get a Position Without Preparation? The LOGAN BUSINESS COLLEGE will fit you for any and all of these requirements. LET US SEE HOW. "Apply in own hand writing," (Penmanship.) "Knowledge of shorthand necessary," (Stenography.) "Must be able to run typewri tcr," (Typewriting.) "Experienced person preferred," (Business Practice.) "Must be quick in figures," (Rapid Calculation.) "Must be good in spelling and punct...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 July 1909

7 s rfirtfii iiinnrii i n iiuucjf rn?ivif i ii 1 1 II T ilm" raccGB3ijmenmj&tmiS&iiCzEm iirmmimm3AAvmUi 3ii waw Mnimmmntintmiw e Our Gigantic Stock Reducing Days Continue I I, l" f. K .. V . "V. 1 E. HAIN ST. WllllMIMMlllMIIMMmiUmilMMUUimMMMUIIUUMlMMIl Xocal anb Dr. A. K. Smith was in Colum bus, a day luet weok. Was Edith Waller in! Vinton, last week. was visiting i 'Mrs. P. M. Gordon is visiting her sister in Vinton county. , ' Auditor J. L. Martin was in ,Vinton over the 4 th. of July. Misses Blanch and Alice Eng land were in Columbus, Friday. - Mr. Walter Doebele was in Rock bridge, Wednesday, on business. Miss Emma Curran, of New Straitsvilje, WR8(in Logan, Wed nesday. Dr. Earnest Ranch, of Lancas ter, whs in Logan, Tuesday, on business. 20 Mule Team Borax for sale by the Johnson-Beverage Co. Miss Sally Watts, was brought to the Hospital, Monday. of Bldwell, Cherrington Mr Will Lutz, of Springfield, is in Logan a few days visiting his father, Mr. H. Lutz. Little Miss Rut...

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. — 8 July 1909

MFtfH" Y Vtt N. w MHil XlJilTl HI ITI'HiK nm DEMOCRAT J SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rinit-tsiiKii bVEitr TitonrtDAT MonNiHd. ffas Logan Printing and Publishing Co (iNC'OItl'lUlATKIl) l'UtlMHHKItB VlR.m.C. LllWKY, I'RKItDBST 11. U. 1IAN4ICI., HKOKKTAHY J. B. lUll.I.ISUN, KtllTOIt OUAi, II. llM'K Alii), KUtlOKJkMANAOKH OPKK'Bt In llolllton Mock, HoutU Door Eutcredm Second OIbm Matter October 1 IVUfl, at llin Post ollloe nt I.ogmi, Ohio, uuilcr Act ntCoiiKruisuf Mcu ii, 1S7W. Thursday, July 8, 1909. Looking In On Affairs at the State House. Since the removal of W. S. Rogers from the olllcu of state fire morshul it litis been possible to look into the records to see how that ollloe Iiub been managed or rather mismanaged, to bo exact. Rogers hud the olllce just one year to the day. Governor Harris denied Governor PaUlson's ap pointee, D. S. Creamer, tho exten sion of one year which he served himself, nnd he turned Creamer out to put Rogers in. At the time nothing was said by any Re publ...

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. — 8 July 1909

n' Jl V',f,',i, J l A 'If ! 'K'J " 'II' ' , i"l.WHJJlJJUUJHmJ"HIUJ' JI'WMH'IM '1 ' fl W "wwwnwwwwmi mwjjuni jnnujmiiiiiniiiwiiLiLHi mm jictwwwwhhi hh iiib i iiw rmtn I'mi iiuni jui mnwrimi.MH iiiiiit)ltti(HtfVVviity-y7,,-tlTrinn i tT.miniT . !!! .ff Hpip e-uwuvBjfvj LOCAL NEWS AN ABSOLUTE ir t , - - ' K US r A. i w. i ; V h i ) i A' i ? ' ? y : ; tJV .1 ,i, l 1 I Mr( John Rumpel wns In Coluui bus, Saturday. Mrs. Hun Fisher was In Lifjin Saturday, shopping. Mr. 0. M. Woltz, oritoukbrldKo, wns in Logan Snturdny. Mrs, John 1'ottlt and children ; Bpunt Monday in Lancaster. Miss Mury Neiullng, of Coluui bus, spent last week in Logan. Miss Ida MuOurty has gono to Magnetic Springs, to spend u few weoks. Shorill' Geo. Williamson left Monday on a business trip to Ten nesseo. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Turnor spent a few days in Springfield this week. Miss Sue .Mathiott is making an extonded visit in Crookuville, with her sister. Dr. M. H. Cherrington and wife wore in ltidwell for the Fourth of July...

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. — 8 July 1909

j-Kggg)Mq''W MfcuiWWan -5MIIH UK lMJU.l py-iu, .). .?---- yw-jJtSjfHfi-if . trycryfiptffa m I .miitlrnrliV,Vi;toTr.T.l-jr- -innfi LlA.iiLiAiiiAiAiA.liAiA.h,LiiitALiAl OLD TOWN ALLOTMENT rrr,:,1., ::,,-: '" '-i1 ' V ji:.7..,:'t, , ' ' ,, .'!,," ,: Is now an assured fact and the golden opportunity is before you. This is the chance you have been waiting for and you'll surely regret it if 1 "' . you pass it up LOTS ARE SELLING RAPIDLY and houses will soon appear. Think of the many superior advantages these lots possess: wide streets, lino brick walks, every lot almost as level as a floor, no hill to climb and less than 10 minutes walk from the Court House. I DO YOU WONDER WHY THEY SELL ? Prices very reasonable, only $250 to $500, with 10 per cent discount for cash in full. Don't miss this chance to help make Logan bigger and better. R. R. WRIGHT, Office with V. C. Lowry, James Block, Logan, Ohio wifrimwvww?rnwwww S SOCIETY NEWS OF S OTHER TOWNS wr. X A O B L 1 A A KH Logan Route 2 Quite...

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. — 8 July 1909

y , , ., K ,, US rv 7i S LUMit wmmTl ,' MiWWMWWlWiWlw jm i UjhiwT JAjrjry. a y rtajuwK JW - vHfc. r - ' tffi.H IllWtH I f I ! !! N NVALU it 9 est roDiuar none o: HOCKING COUNTY AND VICINITY IN Which DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL Great Popularity Contest .G . "The most generous thing a newspaper ever did for its patrons" is unanimous verdict of the group of gentlemen from whom the man agement of THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL has purchased the splendid list of contest prizes announced on this page. It is certain that no contest approaching this in magnitude was ever conducted in this section of Ohio, and in fact in very few cities of 25,000 inhabitants in the U. S. Read this page for details of the great offer; then enter the contest. Make yourself richer by an auto, a diamond or something equally as good. IBBJ FIRST GRAND PRIZE e Sb HflHlllllUlllH?t-TCT Aii(im(ii!iiMU(aiiiu(nill 0 III E 3M 50.00 H The diamond offered sis Second Clrand Prize will be furnished by 1 B. CASIC, and will be on exhibition in h...

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. — 8 July 1909

Fvw!nnp(si?' x ... in rtf.tfTiViflUntl ktfi&MMM J Logan Opera House GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS TO-NIGHT a. Thursday, July 8th. THE SISTERS DUVALL Juvenile Sketch Artists Singing, Dancing, Impersonations and 5 subects of motion pictures, jooo feet as fallows: 1. WILUOR VRIUHT--Aeronlanl.-tt PLAYINU PAT1HNCI5 I. THE TEAAlSTIsR'S IMUUrlTER The Ueiieral'3 Fiancee f. We're Hacking Up-Hold Fast 'tfenPrirty Mrs, Dr. Finney entertained Wednesday evening with tea ptirty at her lovely homo on East liuntur street, III honor of her cifltor, Mrs. Amelia Sanderson of Florida, who is visiting her. U 6lx and Llttlo Six These two most delightful clubs were plenleed by Mrs, garot Houipol on the 5th. of at her home on Main Street, evonlng Mrs. John White entertain thoBo olubs in honor of her house guest, Mrs. Joe Ltiker, of Kansas City, who will louve to morrow to visit friends in Lancas ter a fow days enrouto to her west em homo. TO-MORROW NIGHT, Friday, July yth THE SISTERS DUVALL I...

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. — 15 July 1909

mv"- " 1B" THE DEMOeRAT'SENTMEL. TBI! OHIO DBMOOKAT. 27tb Yer Ho 28 THU H00KIN0 URNTINIU. 68th Ye.r No D2 jujjMirtln Bept 100 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1009. Th Only Dtmoentlol'tptr In tin Ooitty OlrooUtlon 3000 0n DolUt Vt tr -if U Great Popularity Contest LIST OF CANDIDATES APPEAR ON PAGE 4 Generous Offer for Extra Work Done Before Next Week Closes. The Time to Get Before Anyone in the Race Bonus Look to see if your name is in cluded in the list of nominees printed below. If you have not been nominated by friends, see to it that your name appears in the next publication of the voting list. Now is the accepted time for you to make yourself unbeatable in the contest. 15000 Bonus votes over and above the regular scale will be given each candidate for every $10.00 he or she turns in up to 5 o'clock P. M. Saturday, July 24th. , one week from this Saturday. This generous offer is made to put enthusiasm into the contest right from the stmt, and will in clude all mon...

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. — 15 July 1909

iMMlfcMMWi 'liitoi i m Jiimn'inT fi(yAj..AJro tt , I mmmrimmmmimmnwimmm ......:.....i:.j.. ' ' .' ' "r- ;;"".fr JUfaMiM !; o MmoAhw4aM tottWt ) in W llnii JiiVyMJAo?M3atVaMtwlMww-w -H Kjut we me uuous rrom uur mammoth 5torel Without stint or limit fit the nteasdre of value giving. "Great Opportunity Days" when merchandise rrioves at a fraction of its real worth. Prices tremble and out they ro No seconds or spoiled lots. We'll clean up the usual odd lots and discontinued lines at a big sacrifice, but the bulk of godds iriVdlved is new and fresh, all strictly "high grade" articles for which every shopper will have demand for months ahead. See our quota tions. Every item presents some new pleasure, some instructive impressions. SALE CONTINUES UNTIL JULY 27. STRICTLY CASH PRK. sr: s: cr sr cr cr B H3 - - m m v mr b IL. 1 I e. hain st. WELLMAN & YONTZ wan. omo I Logan Opera House ? GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS J TONIQHT Thursday, July 15th. VAN & HADDOX Musical Artists...

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. — 15 July 1909

w ! wtwmmiivixlwfmii'vii'jvmiriii ulilvili n. uJMU''i-,i I'L" ' minwB'l ' lWMrt i'n if. in i i imnali ifriM MW T o wii"jit iiim iviimiiiiitn,wiirtmCii)iiiiiii a&gj(tLkii)tirc7mm'n.Mvi!K,rm,m, 1f Heel Hawl i' ii n ) u-ra 7f-ffOS mm&&&&&&&mM lUtUBUIR (MIS' GouMiMO"iouM Xocal anfc Mr. Homer Joy, of Starr, was in Logan, Friday. Mr. Wes Oliyor was a visitor in Athens, Friday. Mr. John "Allen wa9 a Columbus visitor, Sunday. Mr. Juson Meldrim wuh in Su gar Grovo, Sunday. Mr. John Doobolo was a Capital City visitor Sunday. Mr. L. It. Ayors was an Arch City visitor Monday. Mr. Chas. Armstrong was in Rockbridge, Monday. Miss Mabel Blosser was a visitor in CoIunibuB, Sunday. Mr. and" Mrs. Tom Kline were in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Claude Ithulon was In En terprise, over Sunday. MiHP Zettn Crawford was a Co lumbus visitor Sunday. Mr. John Jones was in Lancas ter Friday, on business. Mrs. W. F. Eisele wuh in Colum bus, Friday of last week. Mr. W, J. Frasch was an ove...

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. — 15 July 1909

ttf Hill Jilllllll )M I M.W l(g3 Sflr!Wf -l n.il)l'MrwMI4iC.WMlll"'' - - - - ' - v v " " ''' ' "" --. JiffiiMffi THERE ARE MANY CLEARANCE SALES BUT BLASIUS LEADS, THEM ALL gKS8S0B8S88!l HBBBBHk. HBBBBBI flBBBBBflBBBBI flBBBBBBBH HHMMMI sBBBBBBBH mBHBBBBBBBI HBBBBHH HBBBBBBBBBBfl HBBBBBBi HBBBHBH Jgj HBApBAV Awn AyiMflMjBH liB """"H H H VH pp HHnpa HBpP BP . Sv5 kl HfeHBfl fl MJ BbHBiBI i HBi IHHi ffej MHHHI Hi WBBBP R mWmmmi MMH l o o a a o tu E O X 2 a Z S H UJ o u CJD O H ml Urn ml ml O CO 2 o Makes this sale eclipse anything ever offered. The largest stock, the newest best class of goods ever offered. We Hate to Do It SUCH Wonderfully LOW PHceS But We MUST Sale to continue until the result in view is in sight. But do not wait. The earlier you come the better the opportunity. On a purchase of $10.00 we will pay railroad fare from any place within 12 miles. On a purchase of $20.00 or over, any place within 20 miles. On $10.00 purchases half of the fare for 20 miles, etc. Study this...

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. — 15 July 1909

"HJttMVpffgW WW UHjiiifj')ii'iiijirjoiiJi ihjiiikwi ji i ' " wim' ' ww fr- ! U - 31 fl HVVV't''t'TVV'I'tt The Novelty Store Opera House Block, Logan, Ohio Our 20 Discount Sale Is now in Progress July 14 to July 24 FOR 10 DAYS ONLY. 20 per cent discount on nothing reserved. FOR i The Novelty Store T Opera House Block, Logan, Ohio j : OF OTHER TOWNS Dogwood Bottom Elvira Schotl and daughters Ada and Nora, visited Charles Rarrick and family Tuesday. Mrs. Alice McCune is improving in health rapidly. Mrs, A. M. Brown and children, of Logan, Visited Mrs. Isabella Poling, Saturday and Sunday. ThoBe that visited Mrs. Elvira Soholl and family Saturday and Sunday were Geo. Hardwick and wife and Master Robert, of Brem en, Miss Ada Soholl, of Lancaster, Miss Bessie Scholl, assistant from the Hocking County Infirmary, Wilbert Turner, of So. Blooming ville, and Mrs. Sylvester Hockman and ohildren, of near Max. Hiram McCune, wife and son Alexander, were Logan visitors Saturday. Charles Rarrick pas...

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. — 15 July 1909

.'ryn.infyrtniim' m&f? V,Wf1ftl,f iiW?'w't PljiiPl fnisasi "J ? V r K m !!! giyitTliiwr;wjwriil,l'iOiii'llHVMgWW'miyw. t' "i mm niwpyiii.unipi pW-WFWtiMX .1 I iil I 'nj i ii'iifi Ml.li'ifTl'-"WWrTIHWqw IN VALUABLE PRIZES Will Be Gives to the Most Pomilar PgodIc of or-swr ''' tM". IT U-IJ-.i i;j unnuwmi- .iiniinJfMl.WwiH .11.111 i II II I ' H1MM11M pjvjHBBpyHywyrBBB hv Vlr HF JIBF THIl 1 Bl jMl lE jHCYIP .JB IjIBl. P Vv 1JBT.JPL. JBL. IBPvlJP. P. .JKT PC" JKT JBdTIBLjiBcijiHPVjB I K aaj I 9H U J, ,v a ITHE DEMOCRAT IK B rfeIM 31 f HOCKING COUNTY AND VICINITY IN SENTINEL Great Popularity Contest Which Opened Thursday, July 8, and Closes Sat., Aug. 21. 'The most generous thing a newspaper ever did for its patrons" is unanimous verdict of the group of gentlemen from whom the man agement of THE DEM0CRAT-SENT1NEL has purchased the splendid list of contest prizes announced on this page. It is certain that no contest approaching this in magnitude was ever conducted in this section of Oh...

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