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

y mmmmmrm. Hocking County Fair, August 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1909 DEMOeRA T-SENTINBL. inn Till! OlttO DtlMOOIUTt 27tliYrNo 31 TIM HOOKtNtt HllNTlMM. 08th Toar No 2 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1909. The Only DtmoontioPaptr Is th Ooaalj UltonUtlon 3000 One DolUr Pr Tr r re It yr Everybody's Going to the Hocking County Picnic DON'T FORGET THE DATE, AUGUST 12th Mr. and Mrs. Al Stiers went to Gump Grounds, Monday. Mr. L. It. Ayers wis in Colum bus on business, Saturday. Col. S. Weldy wis in Columbus, Monday, on legal business. Mr. Prod Krtnan was an over Sunduy visitor in Lancaster. Mr. Dick Radebaugh went to Illinois, Saturday on business. Miss Mablo Blosser is visiting her brother Harry in Columbus. d;Mr. Fred Stiera, tho piotiirje 1 IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS Victory in The DemocratSentineI Great Contest Will go to Contestants Who do Greatest Amount of Work and Secure Greatest Number of Votes - But Two Weeks Left to Work and Win. BONUS 5,000 Bonus Votes Every $10.00 Turne...

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. — 5 August 1909

v,v,if"flt-''i1'r rar' fA'Zp KHiiA,Ff S DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED CVfcHY TlttlRtJuAT MORNIttll. Tbe Logan I'riiiting and Publishing Co. (ttttoltrniiATKii) I'UHMHHKIIS VIBUILC. I.OWKY, l'HPIIlnBNT Hill, HANSIM., HM'HKTAHY J. U. Doi.LiHo.N. Km run Chas. H.llrcK Asmo. KnirnuAMANAUBH OKKtUEt-lu DollUou Ittnck, South Door Kutpreiln Heooinl Oln Mnttur (lololior 1 1WW, nt tlm l'ost ottlce nt Logan, Ohio, under Act of Uoimross of Mvii a, Ii"n. Thursday, August 5, 1909. Political Announcements. Vienna unnouueo my mime hi a cnmlhlnto forTItUHTHti of KuIN townililp for it sec ond ittrni subject to tbo decision of th Democrat Ic I'riiunry election, Hoiiti'iuuor . . ADAM I(HjINO. I'leniontinouiict) my iinnie m n ciindldiite for MARSHAl, of Iioimn. siildt'ct to tle- clslouof Democrutlo Primary aluctlmi, Nyp teiiit)t)r7. w. A. i.u m UK. The Pane bill revised the Ding ley turill up an average of 1 5 per cent. The Aldrioh bill rovised the average up 5 0 por cent. By the blurt...

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. — 5 August 1909

iT LWft.i-iti.,wWJ-,rTCflpe(wliJp "Wrff ECTto I I uv 14, If L a r it. cM t TtfiTf Vff s&vsi&iiiazzA (VttTEIMs 'vas rw rjw-Vi yv -v ds-y aim xa. iV k vr i V ra , 9 .l X&J TCiiZ&. x&X&V kTvrv-t tiY3 -:.y x PiOHtl CENTRAL UNION X ' 5f ? 5f Xocai anb Mr Andy Fco was in MoArthur, Mondny. Mrs. Ilomor Hay was in Stiirr on Monday. Mrs Cora Brown was in Colum bus, Sunday. Mr. .Tolin Dooliole was in Colum bus, Sunday. Mr. Frod Weymuollor was iu Nelsonville, Sunday. Mr. At McRrooni, Jr., was in Lancaster, Saturday. Mrs. .John Loiir was a visitor in Lancaster, Saturday. Mrs. II. D. McMauigal loft Mon day for Chautauqua. Mr. Frank Primmer was a Capi tal City visitor, Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Al Stiers went to Camp Grounds, Monday. Mr. L. It. Ayers wis in Colum bus on business, Saturday. Col. S. Weldy wis in Columbus, Mondny, on legal business. Mr. Frod Erman was an over S'mduy visitor in Lancaster. Mr. Dick lladebaugh wont to Illinois, Saturday on business. Miss Mablo Blosser...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 August 1909

ip"l i "PR iftjJ K2 y jF'T x niw 111 i OF I Ccrlar Grove Hen Morse, Carl Hlaeltstou, .Ferry anil Pearl Hose, DIelo Kalklosch antl Qoulve llp.cry attended camp meeting at Acieluhl. Sumlav. Mm I f .ttt.it ("iiii'ss. of Itavdenvlllc. Is visiting liur parents, Marlon Moise anil wire, Kiuuiay. V. V. McCray, of Logan, was a business visitor here. Thursihu. George L'ulp and wife were business visitors at iut. 1'ieasani, last weeK. Several from this place attended the icecream supper at iairviow, Saturday night. Mrs. Lizzie Cook and daughter, of Black Jack, attended churcn at ht. John. Suntlav. Elmer Nihlser Is still on the sick list. William Sater, of Logan, was the guest or 1,011 oidiieid ami tamiiv. O. C. Culp and wife were Logan visitors, last Wednesday. Clem Is'upp, of Logan, Is visiting friends here, and helping make hay. Elizabeth Mliart spent bunuay with her niece, Mrs. Hattle Linger. NlKTY. Pleasant Valley The festival at Falrvlew, Saturday night, was largely attended. I Vancuren a...

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. — 5 August 1909

aittafc1- u n Logan Opera House I Re-0en(ner To-Nieht Presenting the f finest and Best Licensed Moving Pictures J and Illustrated Songs. PKOdRAM CIIANCH-D TIIRKB TIMUS A WUBK MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS FRIDAYS TONIGHT Thursday, August 5 THE SON'S RETURN . n ,. FORGIVEN STUDENT DAYS THE FORAGERS A STRONG CALE Tomorrow Night and Saturday Night Throo Thousand Foot of Highest Class Pictures and Illustrated Song. Open at 6 ; Continuous Performance 5 Grown Folks 10c Hw-wwwww I ?? X X 'X? 1 Xocal anfc Mis. Dan Bray is visiting in Vinton this week. Mr. U D. MoManiftal went to Clevelund, Monday on business. Hon. John . Canty was a busi ness visitor in Columbus, Monday. Attorney E. D. Kieketts was in Columbus, Monday on legal busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wills, of "Wellston, moved to Logan this week. Mrs. John Kurshner was the Sunday guest of friends in Lan caster. Mrs. Douglas Shrinor and danghter Ruth were in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmerman returned from a visit in Wellston, Mouday...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 August 1909

hatf , W - &" -v "WT- 7 s . r j .. .3 ' I" ,i VI Subscription a I "5 S a B N THE DEMOCRAT - 1 One Year for Only $1.25j ' "! '.g. MM-aaB ..- -. s & g During the month of August, yearly subscriptions g 1 will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- f! 3 er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g 1 splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for 1 one year, for a small sum and should be taken g advantage of. T WAIT DON i as this offer may never be made U2 Prying the Barnacles Loose. An invidious comparison of Gov ernor Harmon with his Republi can predecessors, Harris, Herrick, Nash, Bushnell and McKinley, is made by a Republican paper be cause lie makes such appointments as are necessary to carry on the work of his administration. With such carping critics it ap pears to be an awful thing for h Democratic governor to do the making of appointments espec ially when he appoints Democrats; and expeiience also proves that hu canuoo pleaae them even when he appoints ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 August 1909

h v t. & iii iv a ft IS! r if . i r-r A2 . I'M i n'Tii'i "'t iini' hi i i"'T7"Tii;iTjryMjniwiii-. . itj 7smsomasmaseSS " "PIVMiMiMHMHHMHHHHHHHnHHiHaHH r ' v - tm.Mj in, !,. iICT.luii.,,,..J,ll.l.; .. .. li m ii, u.iuuiiMl.yiiiiiui.iiOii,wilMJMJiii.iliiijilWlMiM,lt.ljmiiirfleni I in.tCMMgtMH.H.Irtii.tfll.l 1 i mm rt MMH..11H ft.imuii-M1 .ilfTtimmn ..r- .rT,1CT.X...i-jrr-..waj.wtVrli.i. .i. iihhmu.,,,,.. i,... .... ,., ....... n .. .il.T . i '. Vi.V .!,"! iI'Mlii i . in'iHt w i w mnlwtowi Wi niaiMil' imn i m m'Umi jiiii1H'i ijhHI'wi"jij 'i' I'lunmn i nim ' '"r" '' ' VVHT?.?L!.TlJl!.LLilLLl J:V.''1 ' "' --"-" v in. , , JB A SCORE ARE HUSTLING FOR THESE. Br v E2f!S3sil Who II FIRST GRAND PRIZE --;gsSy YJIp $550.00 Brush Runabout Automobile SECOND GRAND PRIZE $1 50.00 DIAMOND RING MifflflSBffll Tho diamond offered as Second Grand Pri.e will be furnished by F. S. OASIS, and is on exhibition in his show window dur ing the contest. Tho stone is n dia mond of tho first water, and is of e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 August 1909

n-'V"" t,5e- ')' l' t'W'J J- 4. ' " . DO NOT OVERLOOK & SON'S SUMMER BARGAIN PRICES YOU CAN NOT OVERLOOK ONLY TEN MORE DAYS, ENDS AUGUST Uth. i ..i ; LOCAL NEWS Cap. Win. Larimer is in Lancas ter today, on business. Mrs. Frod Yoost left Tuesday fur her home in Lancaster. Hon. Lewis Green is a yisitor in Junction City with 1iIb daughter, today. Mr. Vauce Webb, of Murray City, was in Logan on business I today. Mies Dassie Davey is spending a few days ut the Lancaster camp meeting. Mr. John Collins was iu Murray City Tuesday of this week, on business. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Snider, Tuesday, August 3, a daughter. Mayor Thurness and Frank Rose were in Wellston and Jackson, Wednesday. Mrs. Rug Hansel went to tho Camp grounds today, to spend a few days. Mr. Frank Poling, of Marion township, was in Logan on Wed nesday night. Miss Emma Westenhaver left this morning for Columbus to spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Wilson, of Columbus, were tho recent guests of Mrs. T. J. Shannon. Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

SaimrfriiSjMmmk "" W5 'V te' Hocking County Fair, Adjust 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1909 THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL 1 1 Tin: onio dhmoorat. 27th YmNo 32 Till'. H00KIN0. SUNTtNIir, OBth Yr Mo .1 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1909. The Only DamoorfttloPiptr In th OoanW OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Pr Yur .' JL " "" " '"'-" ''L Mf Ik r, t w t'l i i' l'T Hocking County People Are Helping EVERTBODH THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL GREAT POPULARITY VOTING CONTEST The Time Will Have True That Subscriptions Don't Count Quite as Much This Week as Last, But There is No Bonus to Follow. 5000 BoniKi Votes Will Be Given With Every $10. Turned in on Subscription This Week. They are all working They all know It pays The present week, the important and eventiful ones of the entire contest. The success of any contestant; will be determined largely by the efforts put forth by the contestants and their friends during these last days of the special vote oifer. It is a matter of imparative necessity for conte...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

H-k V ' 5.-.,K W!"!,''iiS7?'J,"",'!S s". , . 4. n TWWWWiWir"9M'IW'T1lTlillt rawtiitTiw'wwwgwiwwwiiii' .iiimiiiiiniii'inin , weMjaairtattttx. niBf'vr-t y5-'T'?f?'- DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUnLISIIKD BVKRY THUnSDAT MORNIMCIi The Logan 1'rinting and Publishing Co. (iNt'oiU'OHATrn) I'iniUHllKHH VIBOI1.C. I IIWKV, l'UEBWKNT H.U. llAJMF.t., HKCHRTAKY J. U. UoLI.IBON, KlUTOU Cuah. II. HicfK Asm). KUtTOIt A MANAC1EH OF,KI0K!-In Uolllson Itluck, South Door Entered fin Secoiid 01s Mntler October 1 1HM, nt the Tost olllci- lit l.ognti, Olilo, umlr Act oMionurosn of Men si, ls'w. Tluirsday, August 12, 1909. Now that the groat tarilT bill is passed and the president line signed it and it immediately be comes a law. lot us look it over and desect it a little. Let us see whether the Republican promises of laBtyear have been fulfilled. Let ub see whether President Tuft has made good his promise in Chicago last year when he said that the tariff must be revised substantial ly downward...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

jiwfi?rrn jmn,Kti- ;.;.. ;MftCtfflBaajssa6attiMiMM v. r iiwwwiuTtti'jMiiiuSifcjwi 55? W fk-'!, "? wv -yy t 'a"'- -w-i I N! k, 1. I 1 V J " 1 ) it I I K I , isis&&&&&&&&&&ik&&A&&&&&P Harden 4 Silent Auction! q $ A chance for a great bargain. A fine $38.00 genuine Mahogany Dresser to m go to, the highest bidder sathmmy AUGUST q j tf Tliiri Di'cssor is of tlio highest grndo nuulo, parti tions botwuon all drawers with closo fit falso bottom which makes it vermin and dust proof. Come to our store, MM) East Main Street, 'write your name and address with your bid, drop it in a sealed box. whieh will not be opened until Satur q q W W ro day. Amnisl. at 3 . in. will be notified. jIust See tho homily in our window and drop in your bid. No difference what your bid may be, if highest you got it. When bore ask for a free copy of "old timo songs." qffl HARDEN & CO. Furniture Dealers and Funeral Directors. IWWfWSWWWWW m&&a...

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. — 12 August 1909

V i.-f.iji i'',B',3''' -4. it ' ' ? P" Clark's Furniture Store 77 Gallagher Avenue y-5criv SO?1 N August 24, 1908i or about one year ago, we opened our Furniture Store for business. We told you that we were going to give you the best Furniture on the market for the lowest possible prices at a saving of from 10 to 30 on all of your purchases. We asked you to give us a trial and we told you if the goods were not satisfactory you should return them at our expense and get your money in return, and we are more than pleased with the business we have had during Our One Year in Business. This, our second year promises to be better than ever, be cause the people know that they can get a "square deal" here, always We again ask you to give us a trial and see for yourself what you can save by buying from a store out of high rent district. We are giving Dinner Sets away absolutely FREE ASK ABOUT IT. Haynos and Vicinity Mrs. Wither Vatifossan died at her homo on Pine, July 30. Funeral' ser vice c...

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. — 12 August 1909

iuzra.xi-f.i...,. &3&C y V I'f I I) ... ) i ii m. i ft WM"PMW'Mlli l Tllll(JailWiPWWnWBWfi...BHfTW'l I I I WWUWI III l I HHWWWWWWHPf' I I I ! ' I llll 1 1 WH H I I ilj 1 I. Ml "PjWiiJotfj ff4fttfCSM4f4irKrif i 1 FALL OPENING THE COLLEGIAN CLOTHES STORE UNION CLOTHING CO. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LOGAN, OHIO Mr. L. 0. Hlratton, of Murray (Jlty, woe in Logan, Monday, ooni ing through in an automobile. Mr. and Mra. A. E. Tolbert and children and Mr. and Mrs. Guy SoliulU and clilldron plonicod at Kenipcl'B Grovo, Sundny. That automobile that wo urn giving awoy in our roat populari ty contest is here and muy be scon in front of our ulllco. It Ip a beauty. Tlio weather bureau has record ed that Sunday last waB the hot test day of the your in Columbus, the govornmant thormoniotur refc lstoring 0(1 in the shado. In the shado of the awnings on tlio streets of Columbus tlio thormomotors registered 10!). Today, almost all Logan poople are in Columbus at Indiunola vklng m a pa 1 1 lour . m ir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

rtl(!r'"'.l;-WW,"-fTMll l ! ?" 1 aMmMIaM S SPECIAL e Subscription Offer ii! ITHB CINCINNATI WEEKLY Elilffil 13! 13 -a -AND- THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL 0" 1 One Year for Only $1.25 1 Cherrington Hospital Staff Dr, At. If. Cherrington On J. S. ClicrrliigttJii Lucy Armstrong, 5upt Tlllj CIIURRINUTON HOSPITAL, la how entering Unon its second year. During tlio past thirteen months many persons have been operatctl upon and without a sihglo fatality. ANY ONI3 In need of an operation and wishing other than the Hospital surgeons, may have their choice of surgeons. OUK (IRADUATU HUAI) NUR5U, ANI) TWO COMPUTENT UN (lUAI)UATB NURSUS are constantly In charge. The physicians' of lice being In the hospital, one or the other Is usually present. THU OFFICII Is equipped with an X-ray and electrical apparatus for the treatment of diseases. Calls answered by either physician day or night. TULUI'IIONES-omco nnd Hospltnl-Cltlzcns nud Bell, on 78. PRIVATE AMHULANCU SERVICE. , CHERRINGTON HOSPITAL, Logan, 0. ut...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

r !- ' V I h a ski.. r iii y- . rltM ''''W'-i.1 &- atSTTTWi Vi ', '. i 'U4Jtl )KM-aiiM wt'iir.uiKTaa3nt'iwiriSiSTS ;u i mi 111 i ,.,.i,.,i.li. ., ,i ..-. ,i,.u, iii,i.i..i,i.,., .., ..-.in i i ii ii u.i i i ..i...i....,i.,....i.-.. .,.,..,, in ...ii.i-rgett.miuaeM.,l ......., ,., gi .mm n.. i in . ii ii mi ! WW WMiiiumi I iiliui I'll il i -ill i ii iii in 'linn mi i TT""ii11' '' "' miT """ ii'Ii" ""i wmimiiai a LAi Is A II It has been decided to GIVE ONE MORE AND FINAL VOTE OFFER to enable you to increase your reserve list. THE LAST CALL To every candidate who turns in $10.00 in Subscriptions an extra ballot for 5000 votes will be given. Now, after you OURSELF A WINNER. from now until the close of the contest, SATURDAY, AUGUST Mill, 1909, have received the first $10.00, get busy and try and win enough to make DON 1 WAIT! IT NOW!! GET BUSY AND STAY BUSY. YOU NEED VOTES TO FIRST GRAND PRIZE MHMKtaU ,, A POSTE RUBBER TIRE BUGGY with top and leather trimmed auto mobile seat. Made ol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 August 1909

sfif!i - fT"1"1" "T y-.-y ty.Y -m .- mwt?-mg, W s HK W "5W5 f 3' ft;. ifciu wmMifiiin ww mmwMu) iiihiiiiikwp Hl.imm fi piwjuw.'I w PIW.WtNWWWMIPrWl SS2SiSife2 WrSry.fgiJftiftA&rftjfeffigfct3fa 1 ft BORTS PLEASANT CaSCARA PILLS PRETTY PINK COLOR 8 Pleasant to take. Pleasing in tliclr results. Tin: best little PILL on the market for all Liver Ills. It's Tonic to the Stomach. It's Stimulating to the Liver. It's Healing to the Bowels. Relelvcs Constipation, Biliousness and Indigestion. 8 Put Up in Packages, 18 Pills for 10c; 54 Pills for 25c. There Is nothing better, and during the Hocking County Fair we will give you a liberal sample, Free for the Asking Please call at SORT'S DRUG STORE and get a sample. We wish you to feel at home In our store and ask for Information. Leave your packages with us, all packages checked and taken care of FREE at I BIO DRUG AND BOOK STORE LOCAL NEWS Mr. Tide Houston was in Lan caster Tueedav on business. FOR HALE A nice palm by Mrs. N. J. Weiland. Mr....

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. — 19 August 1909

LJLJJJA-'r-rT , '--vr. f:4ggg i""iii I'm ii i trtm i ii JWm DEMOGRA TSENTINRL. TITi: oniO DIIMOORAT. 27t1i Tm No 33 T1II1 U00K1NQ miNTiNin. OBlh Yenr Ko 1 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1909. The Only DeraooratloF&par In tht County OlronUttou 3000 Out DolUr t'er ?er rass- 8 J- , Result Doubtful to End Race for Prizes so Close in Most Districts that Question of Out come Can Only be Settled by Final Developments. FOR DAYS mm N EFFORT IS NECESSARY TO WIN L. L. Gage Tops the Entire List by Casting; Over 150,000 Votes. Beginning of ilie End of the Contest Finds the List in an Entirely New Order. No Bonus, No Coupons, Nothing but Main Issue to Work for. $1,000.00 in Prizes Given Away Saturday Night. Three-days boforo the rdoso of the great battlo for the magnificent prizes olFored by the democuat-bkntinkl in the Great Prize Voting Contest, the outcome of the interesting conflict is as much in doubt as when the Contest was still in the earliest stages. So CIo.se arc ...

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. — 19 August 1909

,( m'.fprr. i,. . -iimKawAjs l w-v -r ,,A,hkyk4.Ulu There are none superior to the Superior Grain ask anybody that uses one and they will tell you that they are the best WmWMMKMMWMM MS S SSB . m I MIMIIU'IIJMI IIIUIIJ1IIIWMW Fertilizers The Groves Square Brands of Fertilizers are quoted in state statistics as of the highest quality. They are not in the trust. They are the best and cheapest. 2 Car Loads of Buggies just unloaded, and they are certainly beauties, and the price is right The Chris Holl Hardware Co. Main Street, Logan, Ohio Have fwwwwwwwwwvnwwwwirrTWVWw It is amusing to see some of the republican newspapers of Okio, trying to persuade Governor Har mon not to run for a second term, The witty Shimansky, of Colum bus, who sends out tho storotype mush poultice and panacea to tho struggling hopeful of his party, says "There is a persistent story to the effect that Governor Judson A. Harmon will not Beck renonii natinn. He is so anxious to be come the Democratic candidate for p...

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. — 19 August 1909

r , a,, J. "" Jm T'l'tfrtwrf 7 I Tl ITMII.iii I i iTI ifTH?4t.i,lg.,.4,7 n't -).u, i,3ll VT ( t ft-wi MMhAKflEstttCM 'I r, i v i it h h- THE BEST HHHHHIHHHHHIIHHIIHHIBHH Means Comly's, ALWAYS. Your pleasure will be increased if you Take Your Produce to Comly's Highest Prices Paid 48 Comly's is the acknowledged largest and most complete Grocery Store in Logan Have Everything and AH Goods Fresh SELL YOUR ND BUY COMLY OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 48 swwwwwswwwwwwwwwwwwwb Tho above is a pen sketch of the proposed now Methodist Church in Logan, the corner stone laying of which will take place on Saturday of this week, August 21, under auspices of tho Masonic Lodgo of Logan. Bishop Moore, of Cincinnati, will deliver the address. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sohlngotter of Columbus, wcro the over Sun day guests of Mrs, Prank Scliln gottor. Mrs. Hon Svveezy of Knoliol mnoher, was in Logan Sunday and Mouduy, visiting Mrs. John Blnssor. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Carr, of 8. I'erry, were visitors in Logan, Fri...

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. — 19 August 1909

ii1 tftiwr-'rl ' BlaaMMrltaMIMMKIaBMml Our Claim to Your Patronage There's a xtondurful enchant ini'iit about the big eastern cor poi alloti of tliu ureal westurn tiillilntf syndicate, opportunity lor Immense rlfhes or enormous letum on your Investment! dis tance lends enchantment. Willi us everything In safe, sound and guaranteed. You net no enchantment. Your principal brings you 5 per cent, (a cheek comes to you by mall piomptlv when due) and It's al ways here when you come or send for It. The Columbian UuildiugS Loan Co. Buggery Bldg. 22 Kast Gay St. Columbus, O. 'A. L. White, J'rcs.: Foster Copeland, Treas.; Henry 0. Tavlor, Gen'l Counsel; W. L. Van Sickle, Sec. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISUICD KVHY TKUK8DAY jMOUNINO. Ibe Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IMCOKPORATRD) l'UBM.SHKUS VlKOIL 0. LOWHY, - l'HKSINK.NT H. O. Hansel, - Kkcrktaiiy J. B. Uor.i.isoN. - Kdjtoh Chas. II. Bkuk Amo, EDI'lOK AManaokk OKKU3K: Iu Dolllson Blouk, SoutU Door Kutereil na Second Uln...

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