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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 August 1909

imii.. -"- r;SS5rE Tj:j;li1i jfcgraifBrTTYaiiBr-T-- 7TTTTf.. an rsx'2 (UPnrMiinMMMMiMMH !' rs C 1 yinmmmmmniwinmmnwmnimmmimmmniinmiig 1 A Great Success 1 E Tho Logan Business Collogo is now open and nn 3 assnrod success, indicating mid proving what I 3 firmly buliuvod, that Southern Ohio wanted a busi- 2 5 noss college and would show its appreciation by 3 sending its sons and daughters. 3 You are welcome to inspect the collego and see for 3 t yourself what have given you, and go where 3 you will ou cannot find a moro thorough and honest 3 HE course, moro capable instructors, or a more healthy 3 g business like atmosphero in which to study and work. 3 H New Students Can Enter Any Day js: and since the work is arranged so as to give each 3 S and every pupil Individual Instruction nothing will 3 r be missed and every one will get the full and com- 3 pleto course. 3 g Position Guaranteed Upon Graduation r My offer holds good and I back It up with a signed guarantee. 3 g If I don't make ...

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 August 1909

rvi "mxffs'' - "-Try,X,'"..W,JPP)5 -H.I.-JI--U. u .mMJ-J uiijlxh.i.mim miiii.iiiijaiiMw;iiin. mrr-i . J . nrr.ii...M. n iin.i.M. iuwn.wiM.niiiiiMiiiWiWwni h.hi.um ..Kii.i.l...)iTrwg'IM' yi.' T-i'w'Ui.' J' n ' n m .iwii.i. lMnwirrwwtlw Are You Going To Win the FIRST GRAND PRIZE A POSTE RUBBER TIRE BUGGY with top and leather trimmed auto mobile scat. Made of the best mater ial obtainable and is linished in the latest approved style. This lnifry will be furnished by THI; CHRIS I10LL HARDWARU CO. When we tell you this much you know that the quality will be r!(jht up to the notch. VALUE (1 15.00 THIS B $550.00 Brush Runabout I Automobile SECOND GRAND PRIZE-SI 50.00 DIAMOND RING Tho diamond ottered as Second Grand Prize will l)e furnished by F. S. CASE, and is on exhibition in his show window dur ing the contest. The stono is a dia mond of the first water, and is of excep tional value on ac count of its being flawless and a porfoct stono, . A diamond is some thing anyone, can wear and bo ...

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 August 1909

'.ifthifr- Itti'liifit J t iJtVi W .rtj.i. mwBwm miii , n.t m uiiiii'ijmmwhip'i " 'imiM'J'i1mji'wwwww i'tfg,lMuiii.'iJTlllrfi?J5yi'V5'lit'.'.- ' j '-a ua ua -a 0 a -a us Subscription THE CDC I THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL I One Year for Only $1,251 . ii ill. I I0 US & g During the month of August, yearly subscriptions $ jl will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- 3 er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for ,! one year, for a small sum and should be taken j advantage of. j DON 7 WAIT-SEND j as this offer may 3 4 Oil and Gas Leases. Thos. W. Burns to 0. 0. Oa bourne, 110 acres in Benton ; annu al rental $-19. Thos. W. Burns and wife to 0. O. Osbourne, 108 acres in Ben ton; annual rental $81. Harvey Amerino to tho Central Contract & Finance Company, 225 acres in Benton; annual rental $144. James N. Arledgo to tho Cen tral Contract & Finance Com pany, 112 acres in Salt Creek; annual rental $7.1. Isaac Arter to th...

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 August 1909

txjiiiyjv' . -i ...v.tJa.disai wj gi.u.jmwMiiiMininit'w n.'i'jwumiM.fywwwiiMiiJ winmiiw .nmwi.fM.i.w fMiwuniijiiii iwwnnnwmimpnpiu hjm i nniiM'i !' hi i ' m m ii In l ii ii i li il 'hi "1 For the Men and Young Men EWJALL CLOTHES I j CopyngK.l909.by NYSSa SW?? HmM STRENTZ E will startle you with the phenominal values. We will also startle you with the exceptionally low prices and the great variety to select from. There is more goodness in fabrics, more gracefulness in style lines, more adeptness in tailoring than you are accustomed to. That's how we always have and will continue to win our trade and hold it. We expect to win your patronage for the coming season by displaying and featuring THE TWO BEST LINES OF CLOTHING IN THE WORLD, --Michaels Stern & Co. and Strouse Bros. These two lines surpass any clothing made in this country and if your fall suit bears the label of either of these makes, you will know beyond a doubt that you have the very best and at a price from $2.00 to $5...

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. — 20 August 1909

r Til iii inrjnj .-. ...,- l EXTRA EDITION I 77 DEMOeRA TSENTWBL. hP 1 R . i ; t 9m'il 'I THi: OHIO DllMOOKAT. 27th Year Bo 33 TBI! HOOKINQ SBNTtNm. 08th Year No 4 will THE JUDGES WILL Brush Runabout Making a Trip From Detroit to the World's Fair in Seattle By the Way of Denver. Heroic Babcock Family Writes of Their Experiences in the Mud and Sage Brush of the Far WestGreat Test. THE DEMOCRAT - CONTEST EVENING AT EXACTLY EIGHT Candidates Are Making the Last Hours Count in the Greatest Game of Ballots Ever Conducted in This Section. .. Mr. Subscriber go Vours and Give Him Your Subscrip tion He's Busy and Can't Come for It. THE JUDGES The following gentlemen have consented to canvas the returns for the closing day of The Great Democrat-Sentinel Contest. At eight o'clock tomorrow evening the key of the ballot box will be turned over to them and every ballot cast the last day will pass through their hands for the final count: D. V. Thurness -J. W. Gabriel - -II. F. Ambrose - NO The cont...

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. — 20 August 1909

'J'' '-JHI"! " t - J" a - ' J" SfJiBF5J" "r t.a.v.g . iirfh.ihuJi.-oii im' ii r. in mi i '" , ' ' ' 'I"' ' '" This Beautiful Diamond Ring The Democrat-Sentinel Great Popularity Contest To-Morrow Night OF Meadow Brook Ses'eral from this place took in the excursion to Columbus, Thursday. A. B. Murphy and son Robert, of Carroll, spent one night last week with Ids brother, V. D. Murphy. George Conkle was out selling stock food, one day last week. May and Ruth Nihiser visited Rose and Mayme Murphy, last Tuesday. P. A. Rolston called on John Klintf er, Sunday morning. Lucy Murphy called on May Xihl ser. one day last week. ilulda Smith returned home Sun day, having worked for Mis. Jerry Blosser, the past week. Mrs. Jennie Conkle and children spent Thursday evening with Win. Murphy's. Mrs. Alfred Brown and Mrs. Minnie Risen were Logan shoppers, Monday morning. John Kllnger, our road supervisor, had a force of men outhaulinggravel, Monday. Mrs. Mary Murphy and daughters Lucy and Irene visite...

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. — 20 August 1909

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Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 August 1909

Tm irifM ?Tt?W4i',llfj -. rr -t IT .1-. m'f?T!l!l!!S'!?'tS ),? r-' if!P' M.-- "V- I .iuiwmrlu)r'ilrUTOini I HOCKING C01TI FAIR A GREAT SUCCESS Races Are Fine and a Good Class of Horses Entered. GOOD BANDS AND A BIG CROWD EXPECTED FRl DAY AND SATURDAY The Town Is Enlivening With the Usual Free Shows and Cracker Jack Barkers. It is u great success ; is the Hocking County Fair. There was spirit of lethargy in the ilrut days of the fair, but is certainly all dispelled today (Friday) and the prospects for tomorrow are even greater. The bauds ar3 playing upon the streets and large crowds are pouring into town oil" the trains and in vehicles. The races of yesterday (Thurs day) were excellent, they wore fine and the results as follows in order of winings: COUNTY HACK, $75.00 l'UKSE. 8:00 MINUTE MIX. First, Red Axius, Ruble. Second, Peggy Short, Marks. Third, White Foot, Frasure. Fourth, Pet H , Hansel. Time 2:50. 2:40 trot, 200.00 vvm,E. First, Lanbee Boy, Smith. Second, Alfred Meridian, Da...

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 August 1909

?HamA ( fr THE DEMOGRAT'SENTINEL. Till! OHIO DHM001UT, 27thTrNo 34 Tltn HOOKING SENTINEL 08th Year No G LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1909. The Only Domocritlo Paper In th, Canity OitonUtlon 3000 On, Dollar PYm u. TEACHERS' INSTITUE IN SESSION THIS WEEK The 42nd Annual Institute Opened Monday Morning With an Interesting Program for the Entire Session. Largely Attended by County Teachers Good Instructors"The Registration. The 12nd. session of tlio Hock ing Co, Teachers' Institute opened auspieously on Monday morning of this week. There wore 102 teach ers registered on tiie first day. The first session was opened by the President, Mr. Harsh, followed by song service, conducted by Mrs. Yerges, and scripture reading und I rayer by Prof. Richardson. Tho teachers were all pleased to see Mrs. Yergus baok again and her work is as instructive and pleas ing as it has been at previous in stitutes. Mr. Richardson had the first number on the program and waB given the "glad ha...

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 August 1909

tZW i' -WSJT"" V ' '"Pfw-5 '' '',f'r,y,,,Wyfl't; ,Ji mMJN WUIHWI .II.IUII I'HH LMWUm fm'i l'niu MJwxiiifurrOxK ruin in niiinlTwwwtwgwi'wW Detroit Mackinac Excursion Via II. V. Ry. and D. & C. N, Co. Steamer, Saturday Aug. 28 Detroit, $4.75; Macki nac, $0.75, round trip, 15 day limit. Journey by water of 800 miles through Lake Erie, Detroit River and Lake Huron. Apply early to Hocking Val ley agents for steamer reser vations. V. W. Schwenke, Agent at Losan will (jive you a des criptive leaflet for the asking. OF Valley Crossing Thrashing seems to be the order of the day. Quarterly meeting at Pine Grove was well attended. lie v. A. It. Heed delivered an able discourse which was much appreciated Uy all. .lames Andeison, wife and family were the guests or relatives ac Liau ToH-lllo Kfifcnrflriv nnrl Siindav. Maggie Mason and lady friend, of uoss uo., are tneguesis 01 iirs. uuas. Kitchen. Noah McCowen and Shan Kuhn were business visitors to Logan, last, Thuisdav. Herbert Lovsey was c...

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 August 1909

r yjtrtffl'llt6IWMIinjiiiirtw..iwfjilH mm.. ii. S-v-l V. 1 IIT!Y!til!PPt .HHJIIHIILII ALCOHOL 3 Pr.lt flKN-P AVcgc ablcPfcparaiionforAs sim alhiSilicFborfantlRciiula ling tlic S tomaclts nndUcrn-ds of ,vl.uiMmiHl1;ni Promotes DiesttonJCkerful ness andRest.ContaInsneiihtr Opiimt.Morphliic norMiticral, not Narcotic. jtpoidDrsmamwm. tmfkut Snd Mcttana JhdtfftMt' utaatSni IBCmiemikStfa ntmsrrd- nmnta teatlanr. AnerfectReraedv for Consflna- Hon , Sour Storaach.DIarrtiop vYbrras,Coitvulsions.rcvensn ness amlLoss or Sleep. facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. 'Guaranteed, under the food 4ujugm Exact Copy of Wrapper. i'XxxX"5r5f"r?f"X5rX"5riX"r"X"5f"5fX"Xxxxxxi Xocal ano (From Friday's Miss Lucy Bowen waa a visitor in Columbus, Friday. Mr. Pearl Smith went to Lancas ter Friday on business. Miss Florence Bort is visiting relatives in Nolsonvillo. Mr. Ed Cook visited in Waver ly, Sunday with relatives. Mr. J. C. Huls, of Rockbridge, spent Wednesday in Logan. Mrs. E. B. Oomly was a visitor in the ...

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 August 1909

-it" n,"s.'i -H--RFStyC fr'NprO'' !' liH i JH t if - JPw-i -, "T? V1 VW4M nfWtfHlnii HMMtataimM iftiJiiMUtiifflii 1 wMmMMlfcanJWi DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. FUnt.ISUKD EVEHV THURSDAY MOtlNlNOi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOUPOUATRIl) I'UtUilHHKUS VinOILC. I.OKKY, I'HKSlDKNT JIlCI. UAN4KI., HErilFTAHT J. It. Dot.Mlnx. KD1TOU CHAS, II, IH.'CK AllHII. KlHTOII.VMANAllKIl UKFIUK! Iii Dolllson lllock, Houtli Door Kntcro(lu9 Hecoint Oluss Mnttor Octolior 1 two, nt tlio l'o olllco t l.ugnti, uuio, uuaei'AOi oii;oiiisroaor ,ucu a, IS7H. Thursday, August 26, 1909. Political Announcements. roVN8iitiTiu'sri:K Pknse announce my itnnin ns n rnmlUlntn for second tHrm ns Vitus 1'KC of l'nlls Townsiilp. subject to tliu Democratic I'll' 1WH, September 7th, I901!. SAMUKIj IIIiUM. l'leaso iiiiiiouiH'i) my niinio ns n cniiriltlute for'l'KUMTIlR ot Fulls township lorn see- mid term xulijeot to tlie decision of the Democratic l'rlmnry olocttoii.septemlior". ADAM l'OI.lXCl. MAHSHA...

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. — 26 August 1909

"fVfJTSSW-z-fSW.Bl "VL KI'iliaila.UWnPJflflWiWIWUawillillWItlWBWWTI'WUWJlUHP liiiMnmiwififfW'iifTiMfcia JwajJuawjaua'Mi wwiwimiwMwiMwwiwjwiwMiwwwMmaoag rwi"iMiiTfirinrr I ii r A Full Line of School Books and School Supplies AT THE OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY At Prices so low that you can save money by buying your School Books and Supplies of us. We also will buy old or second hand school books and pay you the highest cash prices for them. The Place to Buy or Sell School Books is at the OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY V v 5?. 5?. -5f. 3f. Xocal anb School books and supplies at tho Opera House Pharmacy. Judge Weitzell, of Athens, was a visitor in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. B. K. Tritsch, of Columbus, visited relatives in Logan yester day. Mr. Clark Heft, of Chicago, is tho guest of relatives in Logan this week. Ed Kleinschmidt made a busi ness trip to Athens, one day last week. Miss Grace Souders, of Hamden, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Chas. Stiers. Mrs. Fred Shields of Newark, is the guest of her mother,' Mrs....

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 August 1909

" wwW TlH"" - let- ffyyw v 'n,f.t'1 ' ll 3 a Subscription THE CN IAT U2 THE DEMOCRAT-CENTINEL: I One Year for Only $1.25 1 JS .... . .... , i During; the month of August, yearly subscriptions $ H will be received for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- j 3 er and the Democrat-Sentinel at $1.25. This is a g splendid opportunity to secure two good papers for if one year, for a small sum and should be taken f: if advantage of. N T WAIT ig as this offer will positively close, August H Meadow Brook Several from this place took in the excursion to Columbus, Thursday. A. B. Murphy and son Robert, of Carroll, spent one night last week with his brother, W. D. Murphy. George Conkle was out selling stock food, one dav last week. May and Ruth Ts'ihiser visited Rose and Mayme Murphy, last Tuesday. P. A. Rolston called on John Kling er, Sunday morning. Lucy Murphy called on May Nihi ser, one day last week. Hulda Smith returned home Sun day, having worked for Mrs. Jerry Blosser, the past week, Mrs. .len...

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. — 26 August 1909

TrW f wy-mmnnrr, - - j " .- 'I L Mt&s&tofMUS&lianeummltttitiWi i'wWj HE SSSSmkSSSSSSSSSrkkSSSSSSSSSSsSrSk W 1 i2 1909 ftp 1 $25.00 IN $5.00, $10.00, $16.50 UP TO $25.00 We Invite your inspection on these Garments before making your fall purchases. We can save you money Quality the Highest The WWWWWWWWWWTSWWWWWWWCTWW ocal anb Miss Mary Till spent last in Lunaaster. week Mrs. Frank Courter spent Sun day in Columbus. Mrs. John Sponce is suffering with an uttack of lumbago. The Washington C. H. County fair is in progress this week. O. W. HuIb, of Orbiston, spent Sunday here with his family. Mr. Mack Mounti visited rela tives near Mt. Pleasant, Sunday, Mr. Alva Fetherolf spent Sun day with relatives at Laurolville. Mr. Ray Williamson was a visitor in Laurelvillo last Sunday. Mr. Isaac Johnson, of Gibison ville, was a Logan visitor, Saturday. tJC Jj jC Jt W! fC ?& & Jt JCf IIUC JC Jv W iK Jt sj Ji tX Jv Jv JC gnimmmmmmmmmmmtiimimmmmmmmmmniy 1 A Great Success I tfp The ...

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 August 1909

T&ms? r. V? p i MaiMMiMhBMialamaaafei J 5 Logan Opera House Presenting the Finest and Best Licensed Mov ing Pictures and Latest Illustrated Songs Uvery Nlgltl not used by a Local or Traveling Show. Friday Night, 1st Reel The Necklace. 2nd Reel The Truer Love. 3rd Reel Making Arabian Mirror. t t PROGRAM CHANUHD FOUR TIMBS A WKHK MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS Special Pictures to Please the Children Tuesday Nights AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY. Specially Selected Pictures Every Saturday Night, including a Wild West Production or a Thriller. t Open at 6; Folks Gn m Grown Xocal anb &&&gg:Sgg;gll&ggg&&g;gg&ggH mlmm Mrs. Homer Bay, Monday. was in Starr, Mr. Flave Davey was in Athena, Tuesday. Mr. James Oliver was in Ath ens, Tuesday. Mr. Charles Stevens was in Co lumbus, Sunday. Mr. Fred Groves is his bed with fever. confined to Mrs. Ellen Armstrong was in Columbus, Monday. Mis. Jane Redick visited rela at Siverly, last week. Jesse Moe was a Columbus ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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