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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 July 1909

Er !' tfjaf.i.WA'wfa.iiiiWiiMuij iTiiwrll?'ll1T p1""n,imiWffi HX.lBdOfcBl (v -.. f 1 L On Tuesday night tlio village guardians mot in regulnr bobbioii at the onniiatl chamber in tlio city building .Aftor tlio laborlous.roud ing of n tit 1 lu of proceedings of former meetings, tlio village of floor's reports woro road as follows and ordorod placod on fllo: STKKRT COMMISSIONERS UEI'OltT. Juno 9, clonnod ytittora on Wal nut Street. Juno 0, oloanod guttora on Mill, bery Streot. , Juno 10, oloanod guttors on Uul ver Street. Juno 11, oloanod gutters on Hun ter Stroot. Juno M 17. oloanod guttors on Gallagher Avenue Juno 17. Iiaulod dirt Harvey Bowers. Juno 18-2 i, worked in oatiitl, Juno 28, ropairod bridgos on Hunter Street. June 20, cleaning on Iron Stroot. June 30, hauling dirt; Ciias. Voiiio, Stroot Commissioner. Councilman Kleinsnilth suid that this report did not comply with the resolution of tlio council, that tlio street commissioner should state haw many men he works on the severa...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 July 1909

iit , nf-ji T?"' ,.,.W,f., i,..., t,yWt"i..ii'j .-- ,. i.'-i. JMui yM .ilt..i'.v"'ij j ;n ' V cr i ii an i tm ww.vr,araayatfm'iriii iwumn ti I 2 & Subscription us US u U3 HE NCNNAT THE DEMOCRAT - -a U3 One Year for Only :$1.25 1 Is & IS During the month of July, yearly subscriptions g 1 will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir-1! if er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g 1 splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for ! if one year, for a small sum and should be taken advantage of. 17 WAIT- 0 IS as this offer may never be made I County's Commissioner's Pro ceedings for the Month of June. JUNK 7. In the matter of sheep claims already passed upon, the county auditor wes authorized to issue hie warrant for the several umounts approved by the board in its March session. Estimate for road work on Scotts Creek road in favor of Lunsford and Petrie for .flOOO was approved aud ordered paid. The tax levies were made as follows: General fund 3 00 mills Road fu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 July 1909

. fc-'-jj-T J" LOGAN BUSINESS COLLEGE DO YOU WANT A POSITION ? I "Mg-afeh-"' I aJiw k "tmwi WWIMIUUI'-"" -HWi 'tUmiUMM "" ' 1 " i lilt Ptek up a newspaper, run over the "Help Wanted Column." Nearly every ad. for young people contains one ofthese phrasas: "Annlv ii 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." f aimiwifVaSS'irn 1 1 ali',tn".JMAli. aiMliil.iBMWi'.i.ii. I nil mull ilt.m.m.l rtmiirnilil.fl i tun mm , , -T&l&,mffi)mmitm.itiMmmnlmliM,ltil in .licrfJiMnUU.) ndlm; i'l'iii'ii'i.'.iUX,ti".l7ii7.V.-l mi r ' "H m W : I) !' I 'M umi SOCIETY UNO At Dinner. Mrs. Tom Philips entertained at dinner Sunday, Mrs. E. L EdwardH and daughter Nelva, of Indiuiiopolis, and Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Allen and daughter Illanohe, in honor of Mrs. Edwards. Dinner Party. Mi s, Harry Rose gave n dinner party at Uio Ambr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 July 1909

wm PWafcih.BMSja-..-I-J . ..a.-i- iiwffiWafcKnj .:.. SfP, PIa fmSm 'It ttiilHmttumt Vi "f LOCAL NEWS Mr. vScott Hraddock wna n Co lumbus visitor Snttmltiy. Mrs. George Htelinp una uli ldren are visiting in I'leax-Mitville Mr. Willliun rCinibcrlniu in liouu from Columbus, for h 1W dujw. Dr. and Mre. Mansfield of Col umbus, were in Logan, Saturday Mr. aiid Mth, J. Dillon Sander ton luvo gono to Niagara Fallp. Mist Mabel Ponton, of Nelson ville, was n Logan visitor, Tues day. Mrs. L. E. Wartliiuan of Now Plymouth, was in Logan, Satur day. Mcbbis. John Ackers and Karl Brandt were Neljonville visitors, Monday. Mrs. Geo. Shaw, of Groveport, was the guest of Mrs. M. A. Cook over Sunday. Mrs. Ed Black of Atheus, is the gueat of Mrs. Belle Hyson, at the depot hotel. Mr. Will Kessler has returned from a visit with his brother in Philadelphia. Mrs. Guy Hockey of Lancaster, it ipending a few days with Lo gan relatives. MisB Bertha Howard, of Nelson ville, is spending the week with Logan rolativ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

JWfJ'VStv fSWflW, T?qp s v ' Hocking County Fair, August 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1909 77 DEMOeRATSENTINEL. molt 1 oO TAudW Qlttoo Tnr, OHIO DtiMOORAT, 27th Tear No 29 TIU! iiuukino uentinbl 08th Tm No I LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1909. Th Onlj DemoontloPpr In thi Oonutjr OironUtlon 3000 One Dollar Pir Yr II i- I tf1 : ARE Win a Big Bunch of Bonus Votes at Start Two Days Left Biggest Offer of Extras. ON 7 STOP WITH N A SINGLE 1 5.000 YOU GET THAT MUCH FOR EVERY $10 YOU TURN IN NEW CANDIDATES STILL ENTERING THE CONTEST How mauy people realize what there is to salesmanship? How many times Imve you heard some one suy "I can't sell anything?" If you are oue of the doubters, if you have felt that you c.iuld never sell anything, and so have never tried, now is your golden opportunity to find that it refcijy is uot so hard after all That all it takes is persistently keeping at it. Start out today among your friends and tell them that you have entered the Democrat Senti nel's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

' ift 4S)433gt.'P ,- 4 liy-ft' ' A 8 g t ocal anfc 230 96 Air lluhort Ltppen wus In "o luuibua, Sunday. Mr, John .Jones left Sunday fur a trip to Chicago, Fr. KiuhnrUH is spending it few days In Cleveland Mr, Charles Kennurd ,)i. was in Columbus, Sunday. Mrs. Will Keynes wuh veiling in Athens, Suiniiiy. Mr. Gns Heine wus u Capital City visitor, Smidny. Miss Annu White la visiting,' friends in Cambridge, Mr. William McUouimons left for Indiana, Suturduy. Mr. Charles Luiz was a Capital City visitor, Saturday. Miss O'.ru Brown wuh in the Arch C:iy, on Sunday. Mr. Robert Hurden was iu the Arch City, on Sunday. Mr. Ralph Walburn linn gone to St. Louie tor a short stay. Mr. Eli 0 tiler, of the car shops, was in Columbus, Sunday. Air. and Mrs. Charles Keynes were in Columbus, yesterday. Mrs. Hairy Hose was in Athens over Sunday, visiting friends. Mr. W. A. Henderson was in Columbus, Monday and Tuesday. Miss Ruth Reichelderftr, of Cir-j uievnie, is me unusc guest oi airs. Will Strom. Prosec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

J5'Wf "-wrfew."i 3n7n , K" 0iWW'JllllWQiyW,!IM"WWWPWMPIMWBB pmiipwiw"wpp"i Wj " S V iLUikiLiitUfcAAJbAikikikik The Chance of a Life Time One car load of Milburn Wagons, One car of Stifdcbaker Wagons, One car load of Brown Wagons all received at once at The Christ Holl Hardware Co. Too big a stock coming in all at once. Must sacrifice them a I below cost- we need the money. m - QHPFRIflR shSSKIS!mi brain iHy DRILL R ff uIBL 8 iss vs TKT" VW v M WV 1 fVI r M V, AtiiRil.Ck'WHlBKi-. This time in the year we offer REFRIGERATORS AT COST and The Best Brand of Fertilizers are here; you know that without being told, but we just wanted to remind you. IT General Hardware and Roofing. "The Goods are Right and Prices Right" The Chris Holl Hardware Co. Logan, Ohio wiiwiT'fffifTvnTfi'fnRfVV Xocal anb Mr. Frank BIuhus was in Co lunibus, Friday. Mr. Herbert Shaw wus in Lan caster, Saturday. Mrs. Helen liowen spent last Friday in Nelsonville. Mr, and Mrs. Merrit Wonn were LatiouBter visitors, Sunday....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

' 4 rtiip'fc' "riJr-At.. --,- PST2Xf3CS3 V v ll wtrmmtmfm J I ncr5in Onpra Hnnp S J GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS t t t $ $ TO-NIGHT Thursday, July 22nd. FULLEN & MAYO Sketch Artists MOTION PICTURES: What Drink Did. Another Superb Olograph Production Novor Again Hliod-Tlred- Firod SON6-"To tho End of tho World With You." Sung by Miss Hay TO-MORROW NIGHT, Friday, July a.rd FU1AEN & MAYO-Skotchists AMATEUR NICHT. Slnelne, Dancing, Bird and Animal Imitations by Local Talent. The one lecelving the most applause gets the $.1.00 prize. Come and dee the fuu. Pictures: Hunting Bie; Came In Africa Another one of those Grand Sells Productions Advertised Legend of the For-tjet-mo-not Paul Has Decided to Marry " SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 24th KULLEH & MAYO-Sketch Artists Douglas Fullen in a Dance Unbeatable And L'000 feet of Selected Pictuies, Including another one of those dandy Selig, wild and wooly productions advertised. It'll be great. Electric Fans---"Coolest Place in Tow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

1 $- Jmlmrml0tfii,3b&j4St&iAtJimMiS&$tvem imp mix DUIYIOCRAT - SLsNTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED KVRRT TIIUllHIlAV MOHNlWI. Hie logau Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOIIPOHATKll) I'uniitHiiRua XT Makes this sale eclipse anything ever offered. The largest stock, the newest, best class of goods ever offered. WE HATE TO DO IT NOTHING RESERVED BUT WE MUST VtKOtl.O. l.OWItY, I'llKHMlKNT II, U, llANHKt,, . HKUHK1AIIT J. 11. l)Ul.t,IHON, HlllTOH OUAH. It, llKOK ASO. KUInillitMANAIIKII OFFIOIil-tli DoIIIboii Mock, Houtli lH)or X flHMHHI HHH 1 BL- I h h . , Entfrml us HoouihI i)liis9 Mnttor Ootobor 1 1MM, at tlio 1'ubI olllcu ut I.uunn, Oliln, unilur Acl-of CoimroHH of Men :i, ISTU, Thursday, July 22, 1900. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Will Itlztir is in T.unonBtor today on busiuosH, Mrs A. It. MeBrnom ia it Capi tal City visitor tudtiy. Mr. Eii Radebmgli is in Lan ouster today on business. Mr. V. W. MoCray was in Su gar Grove Wednesday on business, Contractor dairies Stevens was a Capit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

liJ . . Y ,, rf . . - ,,T ' hi m m i &iMmMm,kmm -a I us -a ' us US a 3 a us us SPECIAL Subscription Offer I an THE CNCNNAT WEEKLY BHDUIIBI -AND- THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL! 1 One Year for Only $1.25 1 us us .5 During: the month of July, yearly subscriptions if will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- g er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g :1 splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for one year, for a small sum and should be taken J advantage of. g 5 3 DON 'I M SEND IN YOUR NAME AT ONCE 1 ig as this offer may never be made again. us a a THE DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL j Logan, Ohio g United Mine Worker's Report Colurubus, Ohio, July 9, 190 To the Officers and Members of Dist't. 0, 4,U. M. W. of A." greet ing : We, the undersigned Auditing Committee, herewith submit the following report of the finances of our District for the six months ending June 30, 1900. Having examined all hooks and accounts of Brother Savage, (Sec'y-Treas.) we find them to bB correct and ke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

-"V - A.V-. jrtfri,ijw'fwnr"pi'ii,i'Hi""1" nnn-;' wh"titwii i iMiiminfwnTmwiw ")" l"!' V piirii ii WwfcMJ wfeiwrifci)ryift3riyifrmi ipgi n '! ' H p wvri-wpmmmwmmmm in mwitfmmmm9,iBmmmmmmmmmmm"' iyi"rm0mrwtmmanmm 'HI'"1 )WiiiwwniwMiiiny iiwi.n.iwW m iiiibim i ''I i ' rara W" IHWI IWII IWWlffllllMlW H fH BhM H HHQ ) S Will Be Given to the Most Popular People of II H TXs?RSSllSLfl HOCKING COUNTY AND VICINITY IN DEMOCRAT TINEL ?A Great Popularity Contest Which Opened Thursday, July 8, and Closes Sat., Aug, 21, "The mosl generous thing a newspaper ever did for its patrons" is unanimous verdict of the group of gentlemen from whom the man agement of THI3 DEM0CRATSENT1NEL 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 your...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 July 1909

--- xv-.jvr vrVF"-"' ''?Vf1?V";frWH,15(Sfp? rvnn&KimiSWjjhjiimMTiimb'tiSl'.ltw'rir mC m n.wi OUtmH'UUilWI"'llLIMI'tiMtCt'MtNMiW' "' I t4 -i-Jy - ' NEWS OF OWN Black JuoU (Julie u large crowd attended the social at I'rospuel, Saturday I'vonllur. I)rl)ln Moore, of Mlddlufork, visit ed Ids grandparents, llotiry Keck mid wile, Satutilay, Allen lielchley and Minnie Stiver son, or I.ngan, vlMted the hitter's mother Mrs. SusauStlverson. Sunday. Mary Mil verson, who has been em ployed at the Lancaster Glass Co., Is home on a two weeks vacation. George Morse passed through this valley on business, one day last week. Hen Morse and lady friend, of Or- land, attunded the social at Prospect, Saturday evening. Hen was the champion cake eater. Delia Keck is employed at Martin lleigle. John rulberson was a business visi tor, Saturday. Fred llarble was at Culberson's,one day last week. Edna Conklo, of Columbus Is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Margaret Seo vllle. Carl Hlackson and Goldle Ileery at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

Hocking County Fair, August 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1909 :u THE DEMOeRAT'SENTINEL AvXdwr'"- TIH! OHIO DEMOCRAT. 27tk tr Ho 30 THD 1IUUKIN0 anNTINHI, Oath Yr Ho 2 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1009. Th Only DtmooutlcVtper In tin Oonntr UlronUtlon 3000 OntuolUr PYr Wc Hate to Do It. G ON BEIS WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT? You Can't Expect Your Friends to Help You, Unless You Can Show Them That your Are Out to Win. Be Able to Show Them That You Have Made a Good Re-' cord for Yourself in the Early Part, of the Race, AND THEY WlDlELP YOU AT THE CRITICAL TIME-GET BUSY. Candidates, Help Yourselves; Others, Seeing Your Determination to Win Out Will Help You, and Will Ask Their Friends to Join Them in an Ef fort to Carry You First to the Goal. STANDING OF DISTRICT 1, CITY. Miss Irma Crow, City..' .1 S190 Miss Nora Krannitz; City '. 9165 O. M. James, City 9003 Miss Clara Judy, CltyJ 2780 Mr. Louis Ruble, City 1810 Miss Maffdalin Till, City :... .' 1480 Miss Blanche Stroupe, City 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

t,f . ,.v?m?Mw!mmv"'?''7m"i' mffifft' ft fx $' iWV rtnt-yip wpBrttpv t t. M .1 '. jmiiu jiinfwiiiiiiwr lhJ"J '""JillllSL-!- '.-.'- i ft Xocal anb BwWwwSwKww'JiwWllW'A'jKjtSl'KJt Mr. Joe Rtetenwaldt vvns In Co lumbiiH, Sunday. Mr. John Lotuon epont Monday in Iluydenvllle. Auditor Joines Martin was in Vinton, Sunday. Mr. Henry Kioppel wue n visitor in Gloustor, Monday. Miss little McGuire wub h vIhUot ia LunciiHtor, Sunday. MlH9 Magduletin Till wus n visi tor in Lancaster, Sunday. Mrp. Will Eiuole upent Sunday and Monduv in Ooluiubus. Mr. Frank Roue wus in Lancas ter on Thursday of lust week Born to Mr. and Mrs Wiley Thurness, Friday, July 2!5, a boy. Mr. Duvu Lilt', of Erie, 1b vieit ing Mr. .lake Lift", for u Bhortstay. Messrs. Charles Yontz and John Wellmuu were in Columbus, Sun' day. Mr. Charley Doebele was a visi tor in Lancaster Thursday of last week. Mrs. Ed Nuy, of Kingston, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn. Mr, George Roberts, of Lancas ter, was visiting friends in Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

V.. s tfualmiiili'";"i"iuijiiii'"iiiLil 'u, HOBATE COURT.... .Inly 10, application iiled by John Uagley for letter testament ary of the will of James W. Bag ley, deceased. Order for bond is sued in the sum of $18,000 00. July 12, temporary restraining ordor issued in tho matter of Anna Woodruir vs John Woodruff. July 17, first und final account of J. M. Conaway, administrator with tho will aunexed of tho es tate of Phoebe Conaway, filed. For hearing August 20. July 10, petition filed to termi nate guurdianship of Benjamin Long. For hearing August 30. July 21, distribution of the ac count of William Waner, ndminis trr ir of the estato of William S 4y, deceased, filed and con firmed. July 21, ordor of sale issued in tho matter of Ida IS. Mnthias, guardian of Clarence A. Mathius, et al. July 21, order of uppraismont issued in tho matter of Frank Kessler guardian of Fred Kessler, and Mary J. Itoaliostor guardian of Charlotte Rochester. MARKIAOE MCENSHS. Charles E. Oldfield and Cleo Coop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

it. y t x -t, if??'" nj- Jtj.9T,'.rtfrvp tMatfMtoawaiiigiiMwifliwh DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. l'UBLiiUKD IVKItT TI1UH8UA.T MOltNlItU. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (iNCOHPORATKD) PUHMHtlKltS YlHltll. L I.OWHY, I'HKSIDRNT H.O. IIAN'IKI., 8K0IIKTAUY 3. U. DoLLI-toN, KtllTOK CUAS, H. UkfcK An4tt, KIltrUIlAMA.VAdKIt OPKIOKtIn UbllHim Hlock, South Door Etlterod ui HeCOlid OU Mnttur October 1 lvUU, fit tlie t'tiflt otltco lit Logan, Ohio, unUH-Act ofConwIol.iot Mcli :i, IK'u. fhursday, July 29. 1909. Now that tho hottest months of the yuar are upon us, it' seems to tis that a gi and work oould be done by the church societies or some of the clubu in the matter of furnish ing ice to ths sick noor who ure not able to buy. Many little ha biei aud sick old people suiter in the hot season for want of ice. Will not some club or some society take up the work and relieve some of the suifering. Surely there is a reward in the world-to come for such persons. It is a good time no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

, 1 iiMiuimmjii mTmi ii n TO Opera House Moving Picture Show Hf JU ' 'y JKH l4 ,?. F.v IV 'i ' mWt A j fv , ," ' ! ,,. 1 . .'.- JKjr -jm w ; 'ii. i E3? : ft v-7; iTT ', T ' E J M f& s p -- v jnttfmmmmmmV ' ;-fmmmmmmmmHmmnti b-rffESi&mi'. ; ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk '-V , HBBbHI m 2 ". ' v k rrm3mj - r-- kiiiiiiiiiiiwaHiV.lhiElarkiiiiiWr l Don't miss amateur "night Friday, or that rousing big Satur day night show. The show closes then till first Saturday in August. i Xocal ant Mr. A. T. Hall was in Colnm bur, Saturday. Mr. Murray Butterfleld is in Charleeton W. Va. Squire D. II. Lappen wae in Lancaster, Monday. Mr. J. F. Walker was in the Arch City, Tuesday. Mr. Fred Shaw of Athens, spent Wednesday in Logan, Mrs, Mahnda Magle waa a Lan caster visitor last week. Miss Jessie Reasoner spent Sun day in the Capital City. Miss Mildred lirehm is visiting with Columbus relatives. Mr. Charles A. Wright was a Lancaster visitor, Monday. Attorney E 0. Petti t was a Capital City visitor, Tuesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

w'wwrimw.tarfijntfn t t f V Subscription US THE CHCHUT THE DEMQCRAT.2ENTINEL One Year for Onlv $1.25 1 3 US -s During the month of July, yearly subscriptions i If will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- 'S er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g 2 splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for f! 1 one year, for a small sum and should be taken fj if advantage of. g DON T WAITSEND IN YOUR '0 jg as this offer may never be made again. us '0 5 us U OF Stringtown Mrs. Fauny White unci daugh ter, of Carroll, spent Monday and Tuesday with II. C. Beery and family. James Woods and wife spent Sunday with Bert Vorhees and family, of near Gibisonville. Noah Beougher and wife were Logan visitors, Wednesday. Will Nixon und wife, of Lan caster, were visitors at this place, several days of last week. H. W. Clowe and eon called on Will Evans and wife, Monday eve ning. Mrs. Edward Clark, of Logan, called on Lizzie Clark, Monday af ternoon. Elizabeth White, of Carroll, spent ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

w y , ,1,1,,,-,,, ... i ., i ii i ii i "'Jin iipMilii'"li "I i m ii.iiii.imii iiiiiiwumi i ii i i' mn i i i i' i n in i i - '" an "n nn i 73713 ZZrT"TiiTT ''""'' " ""'" '""'' ' , i I MIiIl!z'i' iiiiimhjhi - . m..-a i - - tlCTMnmmiMMIMB.1!m, i,.,,,,,..,, . TMmB i wiiUUUiUII voti i, tiie u'ar e 1 IJll ""SSiSS MOCKING COUNTY AND VICINITY IN Eg I rut nrMfiPD it . cruriHFi c 1 I 1 1 H 1 1 I I B I II II 1 1 l Hl I I H I I I H I I HA lXj 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 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...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 July 1909

EEZ2 SfcyfcAp-iy, V" C V'' ''''i'tWg T1 ..'V. DON'T MISS BLASIUS' CLEARANCE SALE IS STILL ON HATS, SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR FOR MEN, DOTS AND Bargains Greater Than Any You Have Ever Seen 7 i It '' V t GOOD MUSIC, BEST PICTURES, LATEST SONGS BY TO-NIQHT Thursday, July 29th. FREE In Addition to the Regular Opera House Moving Picture Program SPERRY & RAY In their own original aut-"MR. BILLY AND THE GIRL," using their own special scenery. SISTERS DUVALL In a classical musical act of their own origination, and 2000 feet of pictures, as follows: The Moonstone The Sculptor's Love The Marathon Craze TO-MORROW NIGHT, Friday, July 30th AMATEUR NICHT ACAIN-Seyeral amateur contestants for the $.".00 prize. 2 professional Vaudeville Acts and I'OOO feet of pictures. THE RESURRECTION. If you miss seeing this motion picture production you'll miss the ilnest dramatic production we have ever exhibited. Cured by Gymnastics The Bondsman's Fate SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 31st CLOSINC NICHT Another .Rousing Sa...

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