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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 October 1909

THE DEMOeRATSENTINBL. 1 o9 THfl OHIO DBMOORA.T, 27thtrHo 40 , tt OflV THE H00KIN0 BBNTIMBL 00th Teat ft.vu.vtor B tftO LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1909. The Only Demooratlo Paper In th Oonnly OlronUtlon 3000 One Dollar Ptr Yaar 7. f T V y R w ?vj- BR BIDS ACCEPTED FOR THE MARKET STREET PAVING Bonds Sold to Local Banks and the Work of Street Improvement to Begin at an Early Date. On Tuesday night of this week tlie council of the villago mot in recoss session and Mayor Thurness was absent, boing out of town, and President pro - tcin. Hay, served as prosidontof the council, for t ho meeting. Under call for reports of village oilieers, Clerk Henry Leach read his report of the condition, of the various funds for the quarter ending September 30, 1000, and the report was certainly complete in detail of the various sub-divisions of the different funds, and it was ordered placed on file, and we publish the same in full so that the readers and the general public moy know...

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. — 7 October 1909

-- - r-j -"1J5$4SF7 pe ifaniimMwMMM iWKrtwtwtiahwiwifiwijuaidnhniniMi.ifiHiLjwii . If DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBL1BUBI) KVBItr TltUttdDAT MOHNiMQi The Logail Printing aild Publishing Co. (INCOIU'OUATKD) 1'tJHMHHKllB VlKfllt.lM.nWKY, l'KKStDKNT M.G. llANHKt., HKCIIKTA11Y J. U. Dolmsdn, . . KOtTOU OttAS. II. HKCK AHiO. NlllTOIlAMANAflKlt OFKlUUl-In Dolltsou lllock, Houtli Door Kutcreil n Hocoiul Olnss Matter Ootobor 1 1W)S, nt the l'fitt olllcu ill Logan, Olilo, unUurAct otconnroasof Meti 3, ls7f. Thursday, October 7, 1909. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mayor , THURNESS D. V (Jlerk 0. WRIGHT Marshal AUGUSTUS SH1VBLY Land Appraiser P. J. KRBIG Councilman ED CLARK GEO. JUERGENSMIER El) KLEINSMITH 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 Clerk ROLLAND BRIGHT Treasurer...

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. — 7 October 1909

I V n rv. ft l n n t i .. , in nimnrin mil ! 1 I I'" " "" "" Copyright IS Logan Its Past and -By E. B. Aa far back in tho past ns tra dition load us where Logan the Queon city of the Valley of the Hock-Hocking now is, there was an Indian village sheltered by the mighty oaks of the forest and with in the sound of the falls of the Hocking -which was destined after wards to be harnessed so as to per forin tho labor of man. How long this spot was the home of tho Wyandottes, history does not tell us, but it is probnblo that the first white man who trod this valley was one of the soldiers of tho army of Lord Dunmoro. History and tradition tell us that in 1774 Lord Dunmoro Gov ernor of Virginia with his army desconded the Ohio river to the mouth of the Hocking where ho built Fort C4ower as a base of sup plies, leaving a small force to pro tect tho fort. He marched up the Hocking to wheie Logan now is, thence westward to a point near Circlevillo where a council with tho Indians was held. At...

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. — 7 October 1909

t " -v '. Tr- i , tfn u Vw 7 Always Pure and Fresh Perone's Special Sale Saturday, October 9, Only Nut Caramels 1 c? per pound . -i-UC Candies Ice Crcnni and Sodas Xocal anft personal wWWtWWWWillWWtwWWWlwWwStS&l A hat for tlio little girl. A lint for tlio older girt. A hat for the Indies. A hnt for the old lady; at low prices nt Homo Millinery Store. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clevo Jackson and Mrs. William Carpenter nnd duiiuhtors were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Low MoGill. TueBday, for dinner. Mrs. 0. E, ter, today. Yonlz is In Winches Mr. J. C. Morgan caster, Tuesday. wns in Lan- Mrs. Phil Chapman, of Lancas tor, was in Logan Tuosdny. Mr. Bert iStcdem was in Colum bus Wednesday, on business. Mrs. II. D. McMunigal was a visitor in Lnncnetor, Tuesday. Mr. Mart Inboden was in Lan caster Wednesday, on business. Mr. Bronson, ot Parkorsburg, W. Vn , wns in Lognn Inst Thurs day. A nice line of Children's school and dress hats nt Home Millinery Store. Mr. Lew Wolfe of Route 4, Lo gan, was in town Wedn...

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. — 7 October 1909

-5M3Ex T-w l 'T,Tjr"t- iuu iiiwwipw i n,mi iu jiii 1 1 i it L i 1 ' I I ' i. ,VJ I K JL !'l o i: v. i A A Man's Wearing Apparel Show of Exceptional Interest If you wish to see everything Hint's new and fnshionnhlo in mens and young nions togs for this Autumn, come to our Clothes Show tomorrow or tho day following. Here you can see New York's authoritative styles and fabrics all of them mind you in tho renowned "Rochester Made Clothes" THE BEST MADE CLOTHING IN THE WORLD. In no other storo will you find such a groat varie ty of striking styles or as wido an assortment of exclusive fabrics. Every garment displayed is a fine specimen of creative tailoring at the top notch of excellence. TT Remember, tills is an out-of-the-ordlnary ex fl II hihltlon of out-of-the-ordlnary clothing one "j that It will pay you to see. We are not ask - lug you to buy but only to come to look at and examine and try on the new model garments. We want to "post" you on tho authoritative styles, so that when yo...

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. — 7 October 1909

, ,irf Hvi'Tfr'77eiiPwiP'WW'w 5 i dpi fl flll ifi 1 tl i i 1 1 STwft XMHAHH PWfiW w&iy A proposition has boon nuule us by which wo arc enabled to offer THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL and the CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, one year for ipl.O 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 Avays in demand, and as this offer may bo 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 THB DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL can have the advantage of this bargain by paying up their subscription to September 1st and one .year in advance, with 2.1c additional for the Enquirer. THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL LOGAN, OHIO c Falsifying is not Criticizing. Columbus, 0., Sept. 2S...

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

HHHHHHHHH '.TgffSjCy "" i f' "r " "y.rrTj, r i r " t U i !r ii , r HMSuQHMtflfflPSM imum jiMwwafmmMinijiiiu l!!Hntl!mtHt!niH!!!!!!1HtHmtH!nn!H!IH!!!nimt!in!n!intMt!!!!1H!!!t!i!n?!!!ti!tnt!!!!!g sr STEDEM & CO. I (iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiuiuiiituiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiS M&&&&&&&&&&m&&&&&&&&&&&& Xocal anb Mr. .loo Saturday. Groen was in Athens, Mr. Sam Wills lott for Milwau kee, Sunday. Mr. Roy DoiBslo was in Athens over Sunday. Mr. S. S. Ruble octon, Monday. went to Cosh- Mr. Phil McCarthy was in Ath ens, Saturday. Mrs. L. G. Dollison is in Spring field, this week. Miss Maria Parsons Iambus, Sunday. was in Co- Miss Molly McBndo was in New Lexington, Sunday. Mrs. Fred Grove was a Colum bus visitor Saturday. Mrs. John Strawn was a Capitol City visitor Saturday. Mrs. John Shonstoin was a Co lumbus visitor Friday. Contractor Charles Stevens was in Colum...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 October 1909

-i iTt .itfri rftfftt 'i''""?'"' 'fT1"" - t y 1-n v-&ipijWl.- T--Tr?j r -jf rrvw'PV'ji(, rfPSf-i iT3' If-- T-? 1 itmrwwmxutmtmmmmmHimviumii iwuwwiww 1 WWX.I U WW J""? HJUIXI-JW L asag-x-aGac-asae-asaeaGasiiasisasasajsasasaasaia Xocal anb MKmmmmmmmmmw Dr. Loo, of Rockbridge, wan In Logan, Thuisduy. Mr. B B. Comfy is In OolumbUB today, on busltivaq. Mrs Stocky, o Lancaster, wns in Login, Tuobdiiy. Mrs. 6rw77FrWHglit is in tlio Capital City, today. Miss Elizabeth Wiilssol va9 in Columbus, Wednesday. Judge F. 1'. Martin i8 in Lan caster today, on business. Mr. W. II. Nixon, of Lancaster, was in Logan, Wednesday. MrB, Lucy Murphy, of Athene, is visiting her family in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Godfrey wont to Washington, C. H., Wednesday. Mr. John Green, of C-irbonhill, was a visitor in Logan, Thursday. Richelieu Coffee, always pure and fresh at Comly s. Mr. Jerry Hammon was a Capi tal City visitor, Wednesday, on business. Mr, Phillip Marks, of Lancas ter, was in Logan, Wednesday, on bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 October 1909

, s; " r-?,nf h ,' JST-t Jrs -i 6?$ v i" i, ni 1,5:0 rsss pr jbo : .0 AtS ,a V- v . lkJ XL"" , YiOl,U-J moivv"; v,o o , aGA00U .ttftw l rt. V9 nw:uv - -wju- i 4- WarfSM? ' 77 DEMOQRAT "A 11A"-. . t THfi oniO DHMOORAT. 27th tm No 41 Till! nOOKINQ ST,NTINEL 08th Ym Ho 13 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909. Th Only DemoortloPpr In tht Ootnty OlrooUtlon 3000 OneDolUr PrYr PJT a-sr- JJLjtA M ML MJMb i , T"- L , I ft. 1 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Anothor important session of thct city council was hold on Tuob day night of this we ok. This mooting moant whothor or not Market street, will bo improved this fall or put ofF until next Bpring. Mr. Win, Ringwald of Chilli oothe, who has the contraot for paving North and South Market end the storm sewer on South Mnrket, was present with an at torney in the person of Mayor Yaplo, of the same city, and they plead that all tho paving work bo put oil' until next spring. Their arguments were to tho effect that to start tho work within th...

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. — 14 October 1909

llHHHiripW'ilHHlMmillnrinBnlpynawiiim 'riyptnw' ,. i n ,fni nj,tvt7m 'm'f MjifffaB HSpSNW?1 ?-at - - .fcj.. if t .dh.-- -f m jwiBwyg ??J5'i3wBa IVT.vfl IHijHlM-HI DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUHI.tSIIKI) KVRKY TltltltBDAT MORNIHO. The Logan Printing and I'liblistiing Co. (tNOnitPiiii.vrRn) I'UtlMMHI-iUS ViHOir. I', t.owiiv, H.O. llANSKt,, J. II. DUM.IHDV, Cham, II, IIkok as-h). I'ltMIIIKNT HKOHITAItY Km-ron l-Uiiriuiit Manacikh UKKlUKs-tn lkilllson IllucU, Houtli Door Knti-rutl in Hocoint Oli'si Mntter Ootolior 1 WW, ill tliti i'ost (illicit Ml l.oi'nu, Ohio, unilur Act of Coiiarm f Moll II, 1W. Thursday, October 14, 1909. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mayor THUHNESS D. V Clerk U. W1UGHT Marshal AUGUSTUS SIHVHLY Laud'Appraitw F. J. KRKIG Council men EI) CLARK GKO.JUKRGKNSMJEU KI) KLKINSMIHI JAMES SHAW JACOB KRANITZ FRED STUACKK MeraberB Wutor Works Bonrd SCOTT MIADDOCK FRED HIDERBRANDT S. WELDY Assessore First Ward J. J. SHAW Second Ward DAN CONNORS Third Wnrd None Four Ward ANDY I...

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. — 14 October 1909

? :?. ULUuimiwuMUHWiuiimimmwiiiiiumiij"! iaui wnmtinmiiii.LmiHJiunKi hip' musmwimn nl n twwjiijiwwiiiuwwwjiiBiiiiMajwiJviMWJwwwryiwiitJ'.'Uy'wlj"''J'w' 'mwiunwnwimi'Minoti a w i j-ica,t'gtmttitigift?'yi'3wJrwrwim,i mummn t.u ,,..,, Mi iiWn,)H,nnmi,w,Hi ? w. ?? )? x x x x M K .- ) r K I, i i '&& m,, EM, ,.&. Xocal anb Mr, Fred Nail was in Lancaster, Friday. Mr, John Jones was in Colum- IniB, Saturday. Mr. Henry Smith caster, Monday. was in Lan- Mr.,John Aoker is in Lancaster today, on business. Miss Emma Westenhaver was in Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Joe Ucker was in Columbus, Friday, on business. Miss Ro6e White was a Capital City visitor Saturday. Miss Emma Becker was a Cap ital City visitor Saturday. Mr. Bert Harrington-wad in Co lumbus on business Friday. Mrs. Wiley Thurneas was an Arch City visitor Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Price are 'visiting in Baltimore, Ohio. Mrs. E. P. Armstrong was a Capital City visitor, Monday. Mrs. Dr.'M. H. Cherrington left Monday for Columb...

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. — 14 October 1909

j i 'vyff'T a cCBilEjSrS-j -WiMlilihi.il$.tfl.yiii -"tct- Aljjpiilff wtw m jgW'go-j '.Vra'TJa A 'j-ggi l??W' U'"i I WffT rnviM0iNrMn iuiii i.iMn'iii um'IHii Mi(a.'uV-i.l-f,iJfCni mijii' inimijy iijjiiiiMiiwiiifj'iitoiiwMVijiujBikUpwawwtiwiiiMit inn wimmmmmmmmilamm0mBmmmiiamm&m)umu milt iiinwii'Uiiitnmiiiiiii'Lie)iijnH' wiJiaii ""'t This Season's Presentation of DistinctivejSjyles for Man is the Most Comprehensive and Effective We Have Ever ShoWn Ilesldcs tlii most otllcient and ef fective designing, wu have liul at our command the highest standard of woikmunshlp and tho most catcfully selected material, securing the high est possible decree of perfection In R K A 1 V-FOR-h ER V IOK CLOTH ES for MEN and YOl'Xd MEN". Special Values at $15.00 and $18.00 in both Suits and Overcoats that need no more argument than one look at them. Other grades of Suits and Overcoats at $10.00 and up to $22.00 " B Special showing of Boys Suits and Overcoats "We are better prepaied to serve you In our...

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. — 14 October 1909

s "" ,,n,'n,mip,'-,lrtm0tvp t I lu V ' r. . S A , V Tr n j m i f uti i n. .. '(. ... i v Bi ' ft IK , r1Mrflftmjiir'if"nf wrrnr1 YSM "fas " NnimmmmninimimnnnnminmmfflinmiiifflnimmmmminmnimnimfflnmimHiK Fall ant :: The approach of cokl woatlior makes it imperative that you discard your light sutniuor shoos and slippers and provide yourself with more seasonable 3 :S shoes. There novel' was a more complete or hotter lino of footwear shown H in this town than wo are showing for this fall and winter. Whether you Es 5 want shoos for dress or work, you will find just what you want hero. 52 Don't forgot that wo carry a complete lino of rubber footwear and can 3 g savo you money. - i3 1 STEDEM & CO. 1 uiiniaiuuiaiiii&iiiiiitiiiiiiiiuiiiaiiuiiiaiiiuiiuutiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiauuiuiimiiiiiiuiiai Xocal anfc Honey home raising. None better. Comly's. Mr. Win. Donloy of Columbus, spent Sunday with relUiveB in Logan. FOR SALE Two heating stoves. C ill Ed Myers at Stedera's Shoo Store. Mayor Y...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 October 1909

WffftgffiSg "fffiff 9S5& appwi, U !-; ?"ffS5f17. 'H' il sraaj i JfrfrifitMAifcfrMi 4 I Two 2 at a, Bar? A proposition litis boon mtulo us by which wo arc enabled to oiler THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL and the CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, one year for ipl.O The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer has boon 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 offer 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 THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL can have the advantage of thi bargain by paying up their subscription to September 1st and one year in advance, with 'Ino, additional for the Enquirer. THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL LOGAN, 4 HIIB WHAT THE FARMER DID Ohio's wheat pr...

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. — 14 October 1909

t l I' 1 I u ) i l'MIMIHiM.Jimji'lWIIHllllUHIJIIIIlHHIIHml'lgBWCTIWllIH IIJH lllliyil,lIUIIIIWmi'l"illWII'IHWWWHIWWW BUYERS' GUIDE and BUSINESS - DIRECTORY - OF LOGAN Fruits and Confectionery The Old Reliable Stand Hverythlng In Season. Also a full Hue of fresh Candles. Box trade n .specially. Gaberal & Co. Watch this space for one year. Others will save nionoy, why not you? SEE L. V. Clark For bargains in Furniture, Stoves and Picture Framing 47 QALLAUHER AVGNUE Millinery My Fall Line of Ready-to-Wear lints is now on display for j'our approval.' Ion Grocery Co, Cd ners f M. N. Parsons ocal anb Mr. Georgo Ob9ilo was in Car rol over Sunday. Mrs. T. E Warren spent Tues day in Lanoaster. Mr. It. D. McMunigal was in Wellston, Monday. Mr. Barney Eastman spent Sun day in Columbus. Yard Master J. R. Smith was in Columbus, Monday. Mr. L. J. Warner was a Capital City visitor, Friday. Mr. Oscar Newman wus an Aroh City visitor, Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Eisele was' nn Arch City visitor, Tuesday. ...

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. — 14 October 1909

JiT .- rr '"yacagsjt ,r HI , ,fi $. ?,'t ? J IT'S QUALITY rr VUlinn tit.vtnrr 4Vinf ftknfn inc rt poor fence bccnuso it coats u little less per rod. You'll bo Bick ofyour bargain by the cm! of the first season. You'll wish you had considered quality instead of price. PEERLESS BW5 FENCE is built to rtand many seasons of hard usage. Made of hard otccl gal vanized wire MmtVill not rust out and break. ThnrrwlMirinm nil nt onii pprp.nilltnntir1lillblllt In thp ; fonco lltuknut i-tinlticlii'nimtliilnJiitiianririjii'lto. urn not .lip, ami yot I Pritlll' lilt! H nrillM I1MHLIH l.U i.t'-;" Win ..h.'-. 'lliiiwlnit urn nil limn imo lumtli uniform tinnlnn throughout anil ll.i'tnntiinnlMiiMnrMMnriwkotiiliil'ittlMw. linko r ih ah t Iurni.li l't erlnu mecpt lui .tilwtltuto. Peerless Wire Fence Co., Adrian, Michigan w!m Usiv &&m3&&&2&aaEm Xocal anb -&$&t IX X. OC- X X X- X X X & . Fresh Celery at Comly's. Mr. Oscar Newman spent Sun day in Columbus. Mr. F. M. McKa...

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. — 21 October 1909

twnmsfm. i tf X- THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. :t THE OHIO DKttOOIUT, 27thTrHo42 THi; UOOKINQ BUNTINBIi 08th Year No 13 anoa Auditor's DInnor Party Miss Mubol Lay delightfully entertained a jolly crowd of Co lumbus friondBliiBt Sunday. Thoso enjoying MUb Lay's hospitality wore Miss Gluyds Mnnsbergor, Miss Hcba McGco, Mr. Harry Me Cormick and Mr. Ed Lay. Woman's Homo Missionary Society Tlio W.H. M. S. will hold thoir next rogular mooting at tlio homo of Mrs. Lewis McGill on next Tuesday afternoon. An interest ing program lias been arranged and a good attendance is desired. Mrs. J. M. Bruy and Mrs. Safety Home will assist the hostess. Bridge Whist Miss Emma Floyd was hostess last week to the bridge whist olnb. The usual three tables of players woro present and the hostess served tlio regulation lunch of this vary precise club sandwiches and coireo. The club prize wont to Mrs. Bell Hyson, she having been credited with making the most points in the series, Entertained On Saturday evening tlio ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 October 1909

vSKSfM0Sfm w A nwmwwiinwwwimwiwiiwwi bmiimm bwwwiwm m mtmrnmt 5S59H DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription .' 1.0(1 per yenr. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PlfllMHItKI) RVKIIY TUllltSDAT MORNIMO, ITie Logau Printing and Publishing Co. (lSCOlU'OllATKD) l'lMIMMIIKKH VntOfliC. l.OWHV, l'ltKHttlKNT H.U. ItANMKl., HKCIlfTAUV J. 11, Dof.MHov, Km roil UllAH. II, llkl'K Al(). Hill mit.t.MANAIlEK OFKIO!:i In Dolllson Itlock, South Door Kuterml in HocoihI Clms Mnlter October I luoo, nt llio I'ust iiltluo nt Login). Uhlo, liuilor Act of Coniii-oss of Mull it, Is7l. Thursday, October 21, 1909. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mtiyr .TI1UHNKKS D. V Clork 0. WRIGHT Marshal AUGUSTUS SH1VELY Land Appraiser F. J. KREIG Councilmen ED CLARK GEO. JUERGENSMIK EI) KLE1NSMITH JAMES SHAW JACOB KRANITZ FRED STRAUKE R Members Water Works Board SCOTT BRADDOCK FRED HILDEBRANDT S. WELDY Assessors First Wrnrd J. J. SHAW Second Ward DAN CONNORS Third Ward None Four Ward ANDY INBODEN Falls Township Trustees SAM'L BLUM JOE STROUPE ADAM POLING C...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 October 1909

fcraFry ' AfV .W' y " mm ' n J- miuukwuwuu wuwmi i v.mwfmimn'4iitimwn j'MUmtBrrvpmi&Mri'nm-xe&wiXktort IW1IHIWWWI ivniinmi j h :! w k to i V fimwwnvtnam .wwwmuiij Copyright Xocal anft Mrs. Dr. Aplin was in Colum bia, Friday. Mr. John Jones was in Colum bus, Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Voro waB in Nelson ville, Sunday. Mr. Walter Bloeser spent Sun day in Columbus. Mrs. A. H. Brooke was in Nel sonville, Saturday. Mr. J. E. Johnson was aCupital City visitor Sunday. Mr. John Judy, of So. Perry, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. A. W. Mauk was in Murray City Friday, on bueinees. Mr. Charles Kimblo waB a visit or in Lancaster, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Shaffer were in Lancaster, Friday. - - Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Tolbertwere in Ctlumbua over Sunday? Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wright were in Gallipolis, Sunday. Mr. Dan McKeeVer, of McAr thur, wus in Logan, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ucker re turned from Columbus, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Dauben mier were in Lancaster over Sun day. Miss Stinchileld, o...

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. — 21 October 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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