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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 September 1909

f THE DEMOeRAT-SENTNEL. TBI! OHIO DHMOOUAT. 27lhTef No 30 Till! HOOKINO 8ENT1N11L 08th T.r No 0 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1909. The Onlj DemoorntioFftptr In Mi Dainty OlronUtlon 3000 OneDolUr PrYr SHOPS MM WINS QUE AND LOSES ONE Base Ball is Waking Up in Logan and AMONG THE CLUBS AND SOCIETY OF LOGAN OIL MO GAS COMPANIES STILL GET GUSHERS & Some Good The game botwoon tho Logan Shops team and Buohtol last Sat urday ut Logan was ono of the beet and oloanost games ever played on those grounds. Tho Bcore of 2 to 1 tolls a talo in itself of clean work on both sides. The Buchtel boys are certainly a line set of fellows, clean,- quiet and gentlemanly in oyery respect and oan play ball. The Logan Shops team put it over them a little in the game, but there was no mar gin to boast about. It was one of the best games it has been the privilege of our people to witness and we hope the Buchtel boys will come to visit us again. SCOttE LOGAN I'OS Alt U n po a 0 0 1 Fie...

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 September 1909

it" 'rrtfHfpfar MmnimmiiimmmjimimnKimnnmimmminmimmnK Y ou Probably never attend but one BUSINESS COLLEGE It will pay you to attend the best. Upon the college degree of success you future. Attend a this one and you yourself will be a success. In making a business investment no one would think of putting his time or money where it would not bring in good returns. Applying this principle to your own education, we GUARANTEE that upon your graduation: FIRST: that we will secure you a position, or refund every cent of your tuition. SECOND: that the thoroughness of the education you get here will enable you to HOLD that position. THIRD: that the knowledge of Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Type writing will be the best investment you ever made. The Logan Business College is under the management and direction of the Co lumbus Business College at Columbus, Ohio. I personally guarantee that it is as good in every particular as is the parent school, with the single exception of size. Students may e...

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 September 1909

ft imw t H 0 M j uujmjjji iiinnuin ii.jjiii!Liiaj'iii i.u'iMUii. ;l hi mi ih.iuji l. pnwgqwju ''..' I HV Cold Medal H BBr Flour S Xocal arte "KOW Mr, Lon Green bus, Sunday. was in Colum- Mr A. 11. RIcBruoui was in Co lumbus over Sunday. Mrs. Slaughter waB a visitor in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. L. J. Warner was a visitor Columbus, Monday. Miss Elizabeth McManigal start ed for New York, Monday. Mr. Duke Ghent, of Columbus, was in Logan over Sunday. Mrs. Charles McCarthy was a visitor in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Fred Hildebrandt was in Columbus, Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Rizer were Haydenvillo visitors Sunday last. Messrs. Ed Lecrone and Rob Brown were visitors in Lancaster, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brush, of Glouster, are guests of Mr. Walter Kleinsmith. Dr. Switzer, of New Straits ville was in Logan, Monday morn ing on business. Mr. H. J. Woodworth has re turned from an extended visit in Mansfield, Ohio. Mrs. Jim Walkor is in Colum bus this week visiting friends and attending ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 September 1909

HiHHIHBBBiBBiBK"Wi!iB SS-... WHKtP"1 srgsvyTSR i,-J . 14 j , . f- DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ruHUaiiKi) bvriiy TiiunsnAT jiohnino. Ibe Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (iNlMllPOHATttll) l'UIUil.HltMUU VlBdli.C. t,ownv, II. U. IlANSKI., l'llKStllKNT HUdllP.I'AUY KlItTOIt J. D. Dom.ihov, UUAH. II, 11KCK Atll. KlirrOKAMANAOEIl OFKIOKi in Dolllioti Mock, Houth Door Knterod in Hocotnl i)lni Matter Octubor 1 IIHK), lit tilt' I'OHt Olllc'0 nt t.UKHII, Olilo, uiulur Act of (loinjross of Moll 3, lS7l. Thursday, September 2, 1909. Political Announcements. township ritirsTKK i'leiisp nmiouui'o my 11111110 11 s n I'linillda'.o for ai'ooiiil tirru ns TKUSTKK of KnllH TowmhIiIp, iiiliJt'Ot to tlio Democratic I'M uiiirr, aepteiuiier "Hi, 100.1. 8AMUKL lll.UM. 1'loiiHt1 nnnnuiu'o tn.v nnmo as a cuiultiltite forTKUMTKK ot Pulls township for n see- ond iiinu subjfi't to tlm di'clvlou of I 111' Democratic rrlmnry oloctlun, Heptt'tiiiiur7. ADAM HOlilNd. MAUBHAL Please miuouncn my nuiiui a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 September 1909

w i f r" 4 ywff ijipwi&pitnf j.. irw.pssfi VWWIIIMWMIHMMM-W WWBaWII m. -' ' ' ' I'MIIBUHHOraPH A Full Line of School Books and School Supplies AT THE I "ft C rr 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 S I oora ano How about u gas range? Clark on the avenue. Seo Mr. Ed Jones, of Sugar Grovo, was in Logan, Tuesday. Attorney E. D. llicketts waa a business visitor at Fanesville last weok. You are invited to attend the furniture sale at Clark's, on the avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hudson were Columbus visitors Monday and Tuesday. Mr. P. D. Sloan will move into his new home on Glen view Heights this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Keller, of neur New Straitsville, were Logan visit ors Sunday. Got a plaque worth $1 free by buying $5 worth of anything at Claik's. Mrs,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 September 1909

rmf?? ' " i-i,j,-5rfllKaii,'S raw ' ' E.S. Martin; Prcs. J. E. The Purvis-Martin Oil it Gns (Jo. will receive sculocl bids up to 12 o'clock (noon) September 4th, 1009, for the purchase of till, or any part, of $.12,000.00 of its Capital Stock, this stock being that part of $50,000.00, authorized to be sold by its directors, remaining unsold when the books were closed May 15, 1(J0!J. The par value of this stock is $25.00 per share. The director reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to allot or apportion to bidders smaller amounts of this stock than they bid on. Blank forms for bids may be had of the Secretary. Stockholders will have the preference where possible. Terms of this sale to be CASH on delivery of Stock Certificates. This company was incorporated March 3rd, 1900, under the laws of Ohio with a capital stock of $75,000.00, hence is not six months old. The company own the lease on 01 acres, known as the Znrtmnn lease, about four miles northeast of Bremen, in Fairfie...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 September 1909

1'WtiiiW j'TI I l S.1 : I ?V lj V nM!nt wiimiMii iiiiniiMiniimiiiiiniiini'i'iii :'ini uhhiiph h i' iii ilijuwiiwh i.mwwwwwwwwwiiiinpiiniim'i ,iu'umiinii)ii ifej i 1 OU iUUL OJLIVCO g We have the strong serviceable kind that will wear,all leathers, box calf, gun g H metal, kid and patent leather. Our stock is complete for both girls and boys. H tfuiiiiumiuiimiiiuumiumumuimiumiiimuimmuuiui Xocal an& Wmx''i''''''''''J'' "Dusty" Rhoadcs was in Lan cnstor, Sunday. Miss Hlancho Slirinor, was in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Ilubort Lappon was in Lan caster, Sunday. Miss Lulu Parker loft Friday for a visit in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Oefllor wore Lancaster visitors, Sunday. Mr. Charles Pleukharp wob a visitor in Lanoastor, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Young were Sunday visitors in Columbus. Mr. John Rish, of Rockbridge R. F. D , was in Logan, Monday. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Johnson wero in the Capital City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Bright were Rockbridge visitors, Sunday, Mrs. Frank James return...

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 September 1909

,v,, r,w-V tfr wi--npJftf 'TW!rffi0$W fjfcafC1,5 "r. FimiiiiiiiiMlimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiii MIMUftAMtta i i mm nnuxnli nniiUiti)iiri r Kjur Glomes Should Be Your Clothes WE have been in business a long time, and wc have kept our eyes open. We have tried and tested about everything there is in the way of Mens and Young Mens' Clothing, and have drawn many profitable lessons and conclusions. Here is one of them: The man who has from $10.00 to $20.00 to in vest in a Suit or Overcoat, will find better styles, finer fabrics, longer wear in a word, more UallW in Michaels - Stern clothes, than in any other. Why not make use of our knowledge? HP By hi wA'J"W$Mi iHRl Ah ,l;s.'li::-:'3MHHmKBK t toSTi f-' a- i :- '"' l V't Vw&x'asiB P M I '! Wk .'! mmmk ti-'tyf'i&EiUm m'mmf - -wtWi 1909. lw MJ eU Scan & Co, Rochwlcr. tl Strentz & Lappen J IP $ BSiS-ISrH &gggggg&ll!&&&&&affll , YOUJTAKE NO RISK.' Xocai anb flbersonal Mr. A. G. Hall was ia Lancas ter, Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

" jp fwrSPtr, I t-vjsK '!' f 7W DEMOeRATSENTlNEL. v, H0V 1 jMl,r Tnn OHIO Dl'.MOOHAT, 27th Your No 30 THIS HOOKINQ BI1NTINEL 08th Year No 7 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1009. The Only Demoorfttlo Paper In the Ooontjr OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Terteur B1 ' r K' H s !J ' Primary Election Very Quiet in Logan Mayor Thurness and Marshal Shively Re nominated by Substantial Majorities. Woodworth and Liff on the Republican Tick etNot a Large Vote Out. Tho Democrat and Republican primaries wore pulled oil Tuesday throughout Ohio, and it seems that "old general apathy" held away everywhere, In Logan there was very little etir and a small vote was out. Through out Hocking county there camo reports, that very littlo in toreBt was taken and in many places the dominant party had no opposition. The tiokets as nominated in Lo gan and Falls township are as fol lows: DEMOCRATS . For Mayor, D. V, Tliurness. For Clerk, A. O. Wrightf For Marshal, Augustus Shively. For Land Apprai...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

"" ,?! "w ' m?- w pf qp1"1 - TqUpireTJ j0iff-r','yi".w'iylyiii'W"Wl!ipf,"Tr BPv5 nriiiiixiWjfliteto! DElYlOC&Vt - SfeNTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBMSHKI) KVK1IY Tit UflltllAT WOHNlNtl. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. (INP(lHl'OltArKJI) l'tJIH.tMHKttS VllMII.C. I.IIWHV. ' l'KKHttlh.ST H.ti. llANSRl,, SKUIKIAHV J. U. l)()M,tBO, liMTOll OUAS. II. llKl'K ASSO, Kilt TO It AMANAdKIl OHKIOBl III Dolllsim ltlook, South Door Kutermlits Second Olnsi Mutter Octobur 1 1WK), nt ttiu l'ot oiilcu nl I.Ojtmi. Ohio, under Act otCoimresH of Mch :), ls7n. Thursday, September 9, 1909, Little Raccoon Creek Preaching services at Mt. Pleasant, Sunday night was sell attended. Fred, Harry and Lucy Jlclnleln were the Sunday guests of Wesley lUirirs and family. Howard and Hertha Lane weic the Sunday guests of Ruth Oswald. Lauretta Stone Is visiting relatives In Van Wert County. Henry "Engle and little son attend ed Dreachlnir at Fairview. Sunday. Mark Simpson, of Middleport, is visiting ins Drotner ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

Yr-H&tfrr o" $&?. n.-". -Wr- '.i-vji -4f tvit iw.j iww whwpi uMmn liuiiii iiiijih-I uii i i mum i miiupa'J'JU n- nM"'mnt w wr")tiwi'wiiiijiinjA.w..jmM)'j"JHiii'i un imuwn,mj.jMm I.) ) ( 1 t 'A it IV l l. I i HI Hi III ' iSC ( I I HI 1 I ' 1 ill & .; fts riTiir jBHinwi injjiina uiiim i im'iuji min'i il. ji i mmmiwuii'iiiMHpni-imw hu"uihiwiiujiijiwwm minimi i mm imiww .iiiih mi mi w; IG?n&iV 0LD Medal iMrara wy flour i 1 H !&2g222glg2222X Xocal anb Mr. Frank Krinn Stnto Fair, Friday. was at tho Mrs. Ebor Wolfe was a Capital 'City visitor Saturday. 1 Miss Maud Reynolds was a Capi jtnl City visitor, Friday. Mr. Jack Price, of Haydonvillo, was in Jjogan, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinstettle were in Columbus, Friday. Mr. John Rempel was in Colum bus, Thursday and Fridiy. Mrs. W. H. Cowoll, of Colum bus, wns in Logan, Friday. Mrs. Ellen Armstrong was a Capital City visitor Friday. Mrs. James Watkins, of Colum bus, was in Logan, Thursday. Mr. Walter Rochester was in C...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

-i$fc WW? - i ' " - ?- - - ,5n A - 9i i '- v- 3iT -Ftit' jp S y . v B Tariff's Toll, Last yenr Mr. Gun Sumer niul lif u wife inndn n Now Year's reso lution. They ngrood to kcop an itemized account of all their ex penses and eavo $300 toward n Iioubo. They kept half tho rcso Union; that is, they tuado the itemized account, hut not only did tho $800 dio an inglorious death, but tho pair just managed to see tho 31 et. day of December die away boforo the last cent of Mr. Sumor's yearly salary had disap peared. Yot this) gentleman is a confidential clork; ho gets a sal ary of $0,000 a year and makes n noblo jt'mptto keep up a good appearance. Mrs. Sumer bought two street drosses and an ovening dress dur ing the year, and ovon Mr. Sumer had no cau9o to object to the price. For her spring dress she paid $20, and for her wintor dross she paid $85. Now for these precious dresses, whon thoy aro imported, the customs authorities come along and collect a duty of 51 cents per pound, and In addit...

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. — 9 September 1909

I r ,i?p - V S IWWMIIIIIII UtJ' .1 Mjmiif W 1 HIMIM ?. - L r w WW iJ 'Tli . ! r i i- i . I n i ; fMfffrtJMfcJMhfciUllfchMlfciM Square Deal Brand of Grove's Fertilizers! A Car Load of Grove's Fertilizers Are Being Shipped to Us and will be here in a few days. Leave your order with us now, for it will go fast when wo open the car. The prices are right. The Superior Grain Drill The name is proving itself not misplaced, is superior to all. THE CHRIS ?&. rii2fc piT'iffiTirfifiiiriifiwtpi VVVVVVVVVVVVIVVVVVVVVVVVV v Crf V W. 'tfL. Y $ utocai ano ipersonai g A t A Jj J t Jxi klv iTb iw IL Vj lllkrf rfi J Jv j iJv 7v n Jv w &j M Miss Geraldine Fislier Sunday in Lancaster. spent Harry Armstrong loft for school at Tennessee. Friday Furniture at sale prices at Clark's, on the avenue. Mr. Clarence Mitchell spent La bor Day in Circleville. How about a 'gas range? Clark on the avenue. See Mrs. Mary Stevens is home with Mrs. Fox for a visit. Got a picture at one half price at Clark's on th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

f x"i fifFf iTX '-J' l ,-,. - t " $ :& Wt5fl ?! rVv;'.' " , ywtffr",'iiyA &ir---5 .T "-' v" fW V? r i IMi IMI M Mi Wn HIIMIIV Milv QB iWIW W W W W R Pl W W WW WB WVM Two Standard Papers at a Bargain Price I I i t A proposition 1ms been made us by which wo are oimbled to oiler THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL and the CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, one year for $1.25 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer has been con verted into a Weekly Magazine and each issue equals in quality and quantity of leading matter the best monthlies, and makes it four times more desirable to the critical reading public and all well regulated homes. A standard commodity at a bargain price is al ways in demand, and as this oft'er may be with drawn at any time, our readers are urged to take advantage of the offer now. Don't WaitSend in Your Order at Once to this Office. Old subscribers to TH E DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL can have the advantage of this bargain by paying up their subscription to September 1st and one year in advance,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

m X sUtfcJtton xf: T' i ft. f n L fcwff ii Minnimwfliwmm & We have the strong serviceable kind that will wear,ail leathers, box calf, gun H metal, kid and patent leather. Our stock is complete for both girls and boys. 3 cr B uiiiUiiHiiiiikiiiiiiunuiUiinuiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiuiuiutiiiUiiitiitiiniUiUiiiUiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiuuiiuuiiiiiiauuuunikUiiiUL Mr. Joe Krlnu was in Zauosvllle, (Saturday. Mr. Win. Kulcr was luob week, in Bremen Mr. John Wolf was in Gulllpn lis, Sunday. Mr. Newt Kitchen son, Saturday. waB in Jack- Mr. Ford France wiih in on Labor Day. Athens Mr. Mack Mount wits in villa, Monday. Clrolo. Mrs. J. A. Stiers Lovolund, Ohio. is visiting in Mr. Ed Kloinsmith lutnbiis, Sunday. waB in Co- Miss Lulu Parker spoilt Labor Day in Wellston. Mf. John Eaatoring wont to Co lumbtip, Tuesday. Mr. Claude Rhulon was in En terprise, Sunday. Miss Etta Gabriel spent the day Monday in Athens. Mr. J. F. Walker was in New Plymouth. Monday. Mr. Barton Holl was in Cirolo ville, over Sunday. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 September 1909

ZZt ftw wi, s&pqpi -"TJSWI 40'0$tt& if ' HVVVVV'VVVWVVV'VVVVVVVD1 Logan Opera House J i i Prncnnlli-inr llif Pinnei ing Pictures and Latest Illustrated Songs K Hcry Night not used Ity a Friday Night, a r..i M.U.I it ...... 2nd Unci - Saved by n 3rd RcclThc Paris Frock Coat. I'ROdUAAl CIIANUIU) MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS J AMATEUR NIQHT EVERY FRIDAY. j F Specially Selected Pictures Every Saturday Night, r J including a Wild West Production or a Thriller. J Oocn at 6: Continuous Performance J Grown Folks 10c VVVV'VW'V'V,V'VVVfc'Via gg&&g&g&ll,&&g&2&&&g&&&H Xocal anb ES3eEEEE&ESS.liSEKS8SS.l Mrs. Dr. Aplin is in the Capital City today. Mr. Dan Connors spent Monday in Lancaster. Mr. Tom McMahon spent Labor day in Lancaster. Canning Tomatoes 00c. per bu. at Hammon & Acker. Mr. Chas. J. Wright was in Lancaster, Thursday. Miss Sue Mathictt was a visitor in Columbus, Tuesday. Mrs. Bailey of Nelsonville, is in L...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 September 1909

t THE DMOeRATSENTlNEL. :A.LAVt- Tnn OHIO DBMOOttAT. 37th Tear No 37 TUr. HOOKING BENTINKI. 00th Yer No 8 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1909. The Only Democratic Paper In th Count Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar PerYm r w1 w I I I ,1 i i 111 A, fr- MORE STREET PAVING PETITIONED FOR BY CITIZENS A Great Grind of Business Before the Coun cil Tuesday Night. Many Ordinances Passed for Street Im provementMayor Thurness Makes Some Recommendations. Tho villngo council mot in rogu lar session on Tuesday night of this woek uiul nil members were prosont, Councilman Bay was asked to All tho position us clerk protein. Miyor Thurness opened the program to the miscellaneous head and started' the grind. He called upon the visitors to present any thing that they had in mind to bring before tho council, Rev. McLaughlin was present and ask ed the council what was the status as to the paving of tho alley at north Orchard street that had been ordered to be done some time ago. The commi...

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. — 16 September 1909

1 FVi' '' "-'"-fl-T?riafWMfli!'WWVW)!i?' iiWiimiivrtiiAniiiiim DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. CU1IMHIIK11 KVBHY TIIUHSI1AY M011NINU, Tbe Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INt'Olll'lMATKl)) i'uur,mai:iiH Villi 1 1, C, L.IIWKY, l'HRHttlKNT U.O, H.VNSKI,, HKOHKTAKY J. U. Dof.l.isox, Klil-inil CIIA, 11. 11WK ASSO. KlilTOItA M.VNAdKlt OfKIUKs-In DollHun Hlonk, South l)our Entered nS Hoootui Oliis- Mntter Ootolior 1 iwu, at thti I'usi uitico nt i.oumi, uiiio, undurAftutL'iiUKttfSsolMuii 3, Ism. Thursday, September 16, 1909. DEMOUllATIC TIOlvKT. Kor Mayor. 1). V. TIiuniohi. KorClurk, A.U. Wrlitdt. Kor Mill'ilml, Augustus Hlilvely. Km- li'incl Aminilsur. F.J. ICrloif. KorUouui'liiiiuiii Kil CInrk, (luo. Jut-rg-tmsmclr, Kd lloliisinltli,.JnmoiHImv)Jiu!oli ICruultz mill Hreil Htrnclto KorMonilinr-t Wntur Works Honril Hcott Hrnddock. Kri'd Ktidurirnmlt mill S. woluy A-isoasor- Kil'sL v"rd,.I..I.SIinv! Hecond wnru. Him Connors; Tiiiru wnifl non, nun K11urr.11 Wurd. Andr Itibodeu. l-'n...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 September 1909

.... . .-T-f.t.lgtg5J.t j--j ij i j -rt-f -r- --i' ac--lUv?iT Sand Hun mm&&&&&&&&&&M&&&&&&&A$km I !& ft 5 ft I A' '' . HB Cold Medal H Xocal anb Mr. Frod Bowers caster, Sunday. was in Lan- Mr. John H. Bright was in Lan caster, Friday. Mr. Roy Doissle was a visitor in Athens over Sunday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Brown woro in Columbus over Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Cherrington Columbus over Sunday. waB in Mr. Oscar Newman was a or in Columbus, Sunday. visit Mrs. Pearl Smith was u in Sugar Grove, Friday, vieitor Mr. 6. W. Krinn and wife werei in Columbus over Sunday. Judge F. P. Martin was in Lan caster, Monday, on business. Mr. Joe Francisco, of Nolson ville, was in Logan, Monday. M). Clarence Mitchell was a visit'ilr in Haydenville, Sunday. .Mr. Curry, of the Virginia Lum ber Co., was in Logan, Monday. Mr. L. R. Ayers was in Now Lexington, Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trimmer, of Orland, wero'in Logan, Monday. Mr. Tide Hou...

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. — 16 September 1909

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