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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 September 1909

-vpi V tjj --iFtylps, JJx- r - T "7 "" l&m&&&&&m&&t&&&m&m&&&m .r 5 t ft ' 1 i ir 1 ' L ) ifl. ar 5"' BIMIHIW ail HH Gold Medal H By Flour H.V..V' Xocal anb Mr. Fred Rowers caster, Sunday. wixB in Lan- Mr. John II. Bright whs in Lan caster, Friday. Mr. Roy Deisslo was a visitor in Athene over Sunday. Mr. 'and Mrs, Brown wore in Columbus over Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Cherrington Columbus over Sunday. was in Mr. Oscar Newman was a visit or in Columbus, Sunday. Mrs, Pearl Smith was u visitor in Sugar Grove, Friday. Mr. G. W. Krinn and wife werei in Columbus over Sunday. Judge F. 1. Martin was in Lan caster, Monday, on business. Mr. Joe Francisco, of Nelson ville, was in Logan, Monday. Mj. Clarence Mitchell was a visitor 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, were' in Logan, Monday. Mr. Tide Hous...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 September 1909

T'--"'r"f'r "r"5' Tsrsrr-T-- srw i" HVVVVVVVVVVVWVV'VVVWWWll J Logan Opera House J Presenting the Finest and Best Licensed Mov ing: Pictures and Latest Illustrated Songs Hvcry NIrIiI not used by n Local or Traveling Show. t t t Friday Night, September 17th. 1st Itcc.l Sword and King. 2nd Heel - Birth of a Fountain Pen. Magic Fountain Pen. 3rd Reel-Ragpicker's Daughter. Brazil The Cascades. PROORAAl CHANCliil) FOUR TIA1I2S A Vlil2K MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY. Specially Selected Pictures Every Saturday Night, including a Wild West Production or a Thriller. Doors open at 6:00 P. Grown Folks thrown 1'olks $&vwt4v''&wvnKM Xocal anft vr,r Home Grown Honey. Acker. Ilammon Mr. Dan Heft was an Arch City visitor, one day last week. Mrs. Henry Hartman is visiting in New Lexington this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rizer were visitors in Athens, Wednesday. Born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Witherspoon, a daughter. Quinces, Eating Fears Peaches. Hammon-...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

$r iMi.M--afiig THI) OHIO miMOORAT. !mhTMrNo 3(1 Till! HOOKINtt UllNTtNISr. OHth Your Do n LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1909. Tho Only Jlomoot Alio Paper In lh Oonnly OlronUllon 3000 One Dollur Por Yaur M fTf 1 n j:5 b I, lit. Council Mucllng A rcoosn mooting of tlio villufto council wits hold ut tlio council rooms Tucpduy night of this week, with but four inomliorfl present. Oouiioilmeti Buy und Comly being absent. Tlio now clork, Ilonry Lonch wns on linnd and started in on tlio work with ovidenco of knowing It in biiRincsfl. Mayor Thurness submitted tlio following report of money collected by him during tho month of August: Finos, $!10; menls, OOconts; pculo inonoy, $25 ; licenses, $11; sower taps, $1 Total, $70 00. Tho ro port win favorably nctod upon, and ordcrod placed on filo. It shows considerable activity on the part of tho mayor in tho porform nnoo of hid duty in his olllco, lie ovidontly is not lotting tho oll'ond or go unpiiniRlicd, as $10 was col ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

KWtipf9W1:R3j ' COMMANDER PEARY'S RECORD rr rtr"Vtrkr C,1BI1C0B ot snie uestroyiiuj the of Victory,. JUBt nbovo tho eighty-seventh nnrnl. Continued from last week BUT FEW HANDICAPS. A few hours' sleep and wo were on tho trail again. As tho going was now practically horizontal, wo wero TTLa?TV traV mn l0"g as wo pleased and sleep as llttlo ns We wished, Tho weather was fine and tho go. Ing llko that of the previous day, ex cept at tho beginning, when nlekaxes were required. This and a brief stop ' at anothor lead cut down our distance, i nut we find inado 20 miles in ten hours and wore half way to tho eighty-ninth parallel. The Ice was grinding audibly in every direction, but no motion wns Visible. Evidently It was sottllng back Into equilibrium and probably sagging duo northward with Its re lease from the wind pressure LEVEL ICE SURFACE. Again there was a few hours' sleep and wo hit tho trail boforo midnight The weather and going wore oven hotter. The surface, except as inter rupted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

rrv iwuwt'Wtv&mmntmemtnmm iwM'.tuiii.miitiiw -v'Wtmg !" i" ' 'j""! I' iji" iiwum'i ii"Fi ' ' "" LL"v urn 'i 'I'n mi i "i ii ' j mimmin MitEmiuum M4jfellllai'UWiifei'frfra'lljai !TSMfeftJ!teEJI.- .j '?iavrtjrvj , -v -n '" .1 f, v . : i, 1. i PS:S2::IIi2:::2:2:2:S2::::a W Xocal aitb "sPr"" X . 'X.' X -X X X Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Sim Ni--hizer, September C, a boy. Mr, John Donulduon, of Sund Eun, was in Log an, Saturday. Mr. II. J. Woodworth was in Hnydonvilie Friday, on business. Mr. Charles Williams, of Gore, was in Logon, Saturday on busi ness, Mr. Hurley Danison wont to Co lumbus, Monday, to attend the races. Judge Wright wont to Colum bus, Mondi.y morning on legal business. Furnished rooms for ront in residence in good locution, apply at this olllco. Mr. Charley Hreone waB in Co lumbus Monday and Tuosday, at tending the races. Miss Beryl Folpinan, of Vinton, was in Logan over Sunday, the guest of friends horo. Rev. McLaughlin, of Nelsonvillo, was in Logan Monday, enroute from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

'flV lfHi K-m'$wppfart,4i!&ifffi f ,(, , s A t DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLlallKt) BVKUY TltUItFIUAY MORNtNOi The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNC'Oni'OIIATRtl) I'UUI.IMHMIW VlRMlljU, I.OWHY, l'ltKSIIIRNT H.U. llAXHKt., HtCUItKTAHY J. U. Dot.t.tHOS, KlIITOH C1IA8. H. HtiCK Allf). HllIlOUiVMAMACIKIl OFFICE; In Dollttoit lllock, Houtli Door Knteroil m Hecuiul OlitHH Mutter Ootolior t 11HW, nt tho 1'int nlllce Ht I.utfHU, Ulilo, under Act oMkitmrujn of Mcli 3, 1S7U. Thursday, September 23, 1909. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mayor D. V. THURNESS Clork A. 0. WRIGHT Marshal AUGUSTUS SH1VELY Lund Appraiser P. J. KREIG Councilmon ED CLARK GEO. JUERGENSMIER EI) KLEINSMITII JAMES SHAW JACOB KRANITZ FRED STRACKE Members Water Works Board SCOTT BRADDOCK FRED HIDERBRANDT S. WELDY Assessors First Ward J. J. SHAW Second Ward DAN CONNORS Third Ward None Four Ward ANDY INBODEN Falls Township Trustees SAM'L BLUM JOE STROUPE ADAM POLING Olerk ROLLAND BRIGHT Treasurer WM. DEISHLEY Justi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

TWlTIT'lf Jf'fJtfTf . V V Sir-i J v - i t. X I' f N WALL PAPER ss-AT COST- FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS Q. W. HOLL One Door South of Rochester Store on Mulberry Street. Xocal anb personal JV Jti Ju Jv Jt Jt JO 7V Jt JVi w vJVMIItS'U J Jv rf Jv tt JV t l Jt Ji vJt Mrs. Uiakoy was n visitor in Columbus, Wodnoeduy. Mr. Junius Visintino spont Sun day with rolutivos in Columbus. Mr. Grovor Ueiu" visited rela tives and friends in Limn, lust week. Painting and ropuiring old tin roofs a specialty. Logan Roofing Works. WANTED A good girl to do gonoral housework in small family. Good wages paid. Inquire of Mrs. John F. White. Marshal Rob Surtoos of Murray City, was in Logan Monday, on business. Mr. Tom Trimmer of Orland, was in Logau, Wednesday, on business. Miss Rose Dickens left Tuesduy for New Straitsvillo for a visit with friends. Let us figure tho heating and roofing completo on your new house. Logan Roofing Works. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moriarity of Columbus, attended the funeral of Mrs, N. J. Wei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

m wilMWiifcrf ii bmtwbtimM wfVS mifalmmwi WrfJif mm m SBAIIM 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Two at & ! L muh a n mU"i " A proposition has boon nuule us by wbich wo avo enabled to offer THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL and the CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, one year for $1.25 Tho Cincinnati Weekly Knquiror has been con verted into a Weekly Magazine and each issue equals in quality and quantity of leading matter tho 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 otter may be with drawn at any time, our readers are urged to take advantage of the otter now. Don't WaitSend in Your Order at Once to this Office. Old subscribers to THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL can have the advantage of this bargain by paying up their subscription to September 1st and one year in advance, with 25c additional for the Enquirer. THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL 2 LOGAN, Governor Harmo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

,y-m- vasTO?- rsnviv f v t is i.ml r'to. r gs ' B v mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmiz I&2&&22222m2SK2E222222&&&! Xocal anb xffixWxttWWWWWttnlxxxW Mr. Jatuos Olivor was In Carroll, Sunday. Mr. Horb Sliriner was In Colum bus, Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Eisolo was in Colum bus, Saturday. Miss Florence Fox spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mr. John Mowery lumbuR, Sunday. was in Co- Mr. Mike O'Reily, of Gore, was in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. Charles liowen, Jr., was in Columbus, Tuesday. Mr. Ed Tritcli was in Columbus, Tuesday, on business. Mr, Dwight Mathius returned to O. S. U. Saturday. Mr. A. VV. Mauk was a Nolson villo visitor, Saturday. Dr. Eastman was in Cincinnati this week, on business. Mrs. Louisa Hulton of Route I, spent Saturday in Logan. Mr. J.' A. Stiors was in Colum bus, Tuesday, on-business. Mr. G. W. Mosure, of Athons, waB in Logan oyer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J urn oh Thomas were in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, A. Meeao woro visitors in Pomeroy,' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 September 1909

T lPH-J- 1 (f H3jf ' MIIIIIMt'MM ,...- ,v,,l.,,l,Mft,,..,..-B.ft!q KvvvvvvvvWvvvvvvvv! Logan Opera House J Presenting the Hi nest and Best Licensed Mov ing Pictures and Latest Illustrated livery NIrIU not tisoil by n Local or Traveling Show Mm, Tilllo Honk, in tho UcHt of Mrs. iff Clovclnnd, C, Al Gould, $ oongs $ Friday Night, September 24th. Tho Pencil Bashol Hals Tiio Mexicans Sweethearts Western Hero Broke Anlu Bargee's Daughter Gendarme's Honor Isl Reel 2nd Reel r(! Heel I'UUdKA.M CIIAN(IIH) FOUR TIMIJS A WH15K MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY. Specially Selected Pictures Every Saturday Night, including a Wild West Production or a Thriller. Doors open at 6:00 P. M. Show starts at 6:30 sharp Grown Folks 10c Children 'VVVVV'VVVr'VV& .5c $ $ $ Xocal mb personal find ot Inn r halves lliin woik. Mr Jtpmpul WiiHson, of Colum bu, wits in Logan over Saturday nntl Sunday, visiting rcliitlyi'H, Mr. John Collins, manager of tho Logan Homo Tolephono (J...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

CK To insure prompt to&$r of this jajp yoti & -i-tfc noisxo)rmo'i. ipaWftafetfC ' r ttiii i r.f f ;; '' 6l ft Auditor'- 6m oa moh 1 oO THE DBMOeRATSENTINEL. Tfln OHIO DEMOCRAT. 27tYrNo 39 TUG HOOKING SENTINEL 08th Yr Ho 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1909. The Only DmoortloPapr In tin Ooouty OltonUttou 3000 One Dollar Per Yr f -f i COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Tlio villago council motonTuos day night of this wook and wero all proBont except Councilman Bay. Tlio now Clerk Henry Leach road his first record to the council and he certainly made a complete roc ord of tlio proviotiB meetings. The Wntor works board made the following report of their re ceipts and expenditures for the month of August: UEOKU'TS. Water rents $ 12 20 Service permits 28 00 Builders permits 8 50 Cash on hand Aug. 1 1880 84 'Total $1424 78 IJXrENMTtJKKS. Salaries 178 00 'Oulco ex'pohso 18 40 Pump Sta. sundries 15 55 Light and Fuel 104 80 E'xpressngo 50 $878 25 Balanco on hand.... $1051.48 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

SWWHW -MVai r( i wr-nHM,,("-lfWP-'-l lIWAfl(pJI?SfM(J,jJ(ViSgl; Coltimissioners, Report To the Honorable Ooorge E. Martin, Judgt? of tlio (Aurt of Common" Pleas, Hooking County: The following is n dotnilod slatotnunt of our Kinnnfcinl Transactions, for the year ondiiig August JJ1, 11)00, as required ly Section 5)17 ft. S. APPRAISING PROPERTY. AN. COUNTY BOARD NATION. OK EQUALI- .tamos L. Martin, Bervice as member board credited to fee fund $ 57.00 APPRAISING RAILROADS .Initios L. Martin, nppralslng tlio Hocking Valley and C. & S. railways, year 1909..$ 8.00 NEW BRIDGE AND CULVERTS Wllber J, Watson, service de signing concrete bridge... $ 225.00 J i O. iniboden, estimates one to four con eicte bridge... 3158.31 Prank Poling, conciete cul vert near Scott's creek 225.00 Rolctielderfer Bros., erecting tiuss bridge near Cedar Falls 75.00 The Brookvllle Bridge com pany, bridge near Uueim Vista Crelglow's and Alur ray City 523.00 MATERIAL AND IABOK. Frank Pickett, bridge lumber for Mur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

WWWV ' rtfTT( OPt t-7 wmwiwi i iw P w wm m imiWBnwtiwaiwiwwRW Tt&BtNimu&JTr mjumwUiBiumiinMiuM WiBii.y.wHi.iiii.fii4jMiM.Wiijiilai)tfTrt-ernui3JywWMlMBinmiiwi..wfrtiiifrfrTnwwMLi ).M.L.U'I1I iiiiiummi, II HJMIl HW .WII.Q bums pmnwrriTi,MHiiii.iiiii urn irinninnii nil ; i in mi in mnirr.n i in ji m in i j 1 1 1 1 i rmrTi Tim n HHHiimimwjii i iii.mimmmm.im. ' I .8?f 8ft! Tho ?!. Xocal anft pergonal "r HUC Ji jj Jj 2j Jj Jx Jv hlv JC Jw Jv Miss Efllo Myors was in Lancas ter, Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Lyons was in Colum bus, Saturday. Mr. C. N. Bowen was in Athons Friday, on business. Mrs. Cora Brown was a Colum bus visitor, Sunday. Mr. Will West went to Lancas ter, Monday morning. Miss Rose City visitor, Whito was a Capital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Inbodon wore in Lancaster, Saturday. Mr. John Jones was in Colum bus Saturday, on business. Mr. Will McMorrow was in Lan caster Monday, on business. County Commissioner John Con nors was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Bell Miller, of Nashville,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

,t1SM' " v "" y? ""ir jr"-ifffflr -jrtjpWW'" Wr fWl'MWHWIW Shftljifrrt nwwmrfNwuiftii mftw DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUnLIHtlKII KVRIIY TIItntHDAY MOIlNiNdi flic Logan Printing and 1'ublishing Co. (tNCllltl'IIKATKII) l'UllMHIll'.HS VlUOItiO. t.OWHY, ' l'HI'HtllBMr U,U. llXNHft., HKJUKrAKY .f. II, Dor.Msos, Kiiitok OttAs, II, llra'K Ahii) Htil-roti.t M.v,AtlKit OKKR'Kt-In Dolllsou lllocld South J)oor Kutcrodim Socoiid Olim Mnttor October 1 1UXJ, lit til ii Post (illlco at l.tiuiin, Olilo, umlur Act uf I'ulmiuaiof Mi'li II, IS7U, Thursday, September 30, 1909. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Muyor D. V. THURNKSS (Jlork A. 0. WRIGHT Marshal AUGUSTUS SI11VELY Land Appraieei F. J. KREIG Councilmon ED CLARK GEO, JUERGENSM1ER ED KLEINSM1TH JAMES SHAW JACOB KRANITZ FREDSTRACKE Tub Anti saloon league of Illi nois has stnrtod a cnnipnign to mnkc Chicago dry, It Is to bo u six months campaign, tho election to be held on April o, 1910. Tills would seoui to uny porsun visiting tho city of Chicag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

.y V&&r'ril''r?''& t "'?" "" '' i .J wn!S-T Jifimir j rtoinfiflPBJUiwii I. u ' ii?i?rfn?rvflW!wi?rvwr TO MEN WHO KNOW e '''-I w?. ? 1111 $$ UNION i.LAAiUAAlli,LAALi,Ai. ocal anft Mr. Phil Chapman, of Lancas ter, whs in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. Ray Schurtz, of Orland.was in Logan Saturday, on business. Mrs. Harry Fitzgorald is the guost of relatives in London, Ohio. Mrs, .losse Dupler, .of Ropk bridge, was a visitor in Logan, Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Ross, of Columbus, dauglither of Hon. Eli West, visit ing relatives in Logan. Mrs. Jacob foreman und son Herbert, were guests over Sunday of relatives in-Mo Arthur. Mr. und Mrs. G. O. Conn, of New Lexington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trimmer. Mias Sarah Goodwin, of Now Straitsville, was a visitor with friends in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. Albert Burnett, who was operated on last week at the Cher ringttn Hospital, is convalescing. Mr. Henry Sohlagetter, of Cleve land, is in Logan for a few days visit with his mother, Mrs. Frank ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

vvrTmrT?'. qWMWVX&WIQQ ftrw THEi OPERA HOUSE PICTURE SHOW Now owned nnd nmnnged by (J. 10. Oberlo will continue with high clasa pictures Illustrated Songs, latest and best that money will buy Special attention will be givon to music Something New Every Night Doors Opon at 0:00 Music at 0 : In Show Starts Promptly at (:."0 Admission, Adults 10c Children oc $ tf THEi OPERA HOUSE fl WWWWWWWWH Buchtel 3, Logan 1. The Logan Shops baseball team wub defeated last Sunday at Buchtel by the team at that place by a score of 3 to 1 . The Logan boys out-batted their opponents but were unfortunato in not bunch ing their hits. The game was quite interesting and a good crowd was in attendance, despite the cool weather. A large delegation of Logan rooters accompanied the team to the last placo. The following is a Bummary of the game: SCOHE BUCHTEL J'os ah h h vo"a e Kimble ss 4 110 2 0 Wngner .. . 3b -111 2 8 0 Walburn. . . If 1 J 0 0 0 0 Davis- o 4 0 2 10 0 0 McCombs rf 3 0 10 0 0 Mason ... sf ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

JSi WfI',,V;',?,,1'"'Tr"7''',M'' V r mmihi m I niiiiniimii.iiiiAnimH"imiiiiK i iiiijjuhhiiiw.""h mm. wwi miiiini niiin M mum mnniiiin hihhi iiimniww in'miu mm i iiiiuiimnWBnMiwmtMWiiirtiifnwOtilPKWTOWn i "' ''1"TWTySg-jiiiiiiiiM'wiiJ)I.--. " " hjmm.i u j i n . i . ...A -V I. 2 1 ,. t Xocal anb personal MJi Jfc J tni Jj Jj Jj Jj Jj K jII J L J1J j J JL &t Jv J- i - - .- - " i -. i ! .- ... ' . I K Mr. Will Slrontz was in Colum Iiiih, TiioHdny. L H Mills of Ilesboro, was in Lngnn, Snturday. Dr. A. K. Smith wns n Capital City visitor Tuesday. Mr?. T. K, Varron was a visitor in Ciiliimbtis, Monday. Mr. Lafo "Beery of Codnr Grove, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. .1 oli 11 Luppon wuh in tlio Capital City, Taoeday. Children's school hats very choap at Homo Milliner Store. Mr. W. F. Krinn orCJibleonvillo, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. CliurleB Plum of Iloelioro, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Frank Rlasius was u visitor in tlio Arcli City, Tuesday. Mrs. A. K, Tolhert was in Lan caster, Friday, on bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

TfWx -"fBHfff KMT?' )l U i ') BiPWbpWPfPWWIWWWW mVWWPPN9OTHPWOTvWkH 4M !... 4 ThM ANMri PAMttfl I AWU MbfltUUttlU IftjJSU at a B argain Price A proposition haw been mtulo ns by which wo arc enabled to offer 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 qualit)' and quantity of reading 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 offer may be with drawn at 11113' 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 THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL can have the advantage of this bargain by paying " up their subscription to September 1st and one year 2 in advance, with 2yc additional for the Enquirer. ITHE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL LOGAN, OHI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 September 1909

H'3fWMfrA'JHW'"'Wff BUYERS' GUIDE and BUSINESS DIRECTORY - OP LOGAN SEE L. V. Clark Por bargains In Furniture, Stoves and Picture Framing 17 (IALI.MJHBR AVENUU Millinery My Full Lino of Piondy-to-AVear JIiUk is now on display for your approval. N. Parsons Fruits and Confectionery The Old Reliable Stand Everything in Season. Also u full line of fresh Candles. Box trade u specialty. Gaberal & Co. "Watch this space for one year. Others will snye money, why not .you? XKl Xocal anfc ft ft Mr. John Rempol was in Col urn bus, Monday. Mrs. John Whito was in Nelson ville, Monday. Mi. Reno Hell was in Roek hridtro, Sundny. Mr. 'Robert Burden lutubua, Sunday. wnH in Co Mr. John Smoot wau City visitor Sunday. an Arch Mr. and Mrs. John Price aie visiting at Hue, Ohio. Mr. L 0. Bort is in Pittsburg this week on business. Mr. und Mrs. John Blight wore in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Oscar Newman was a Capi tal City visitor Sunday. x Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Long were in Lancaster over Sunday. Miss K-mnia M...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 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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