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Page 5 [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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 October 1909

FjHJUW $sw&rtK&tm4tmmm n initfiiii T- ", , h ltH H. . "r ng,fffT',V-:rr'anlg"-',8,,'g,1! J'Wfi 'l nMMnwKMM iwagCTJtKWwuwpjJtrvTjKuawgtfJiEgifftayTOh iawi.wuiiimn?wiiiuajmiitiiwiiMiwo tUHSKWt- -1 i, & I I. RATES OF TAXATION. In imfuliinooof Imv, I. I, W (fnlirlol. Treasurer of Hooking County. Oliln, tl'i liorohy i-ortlfy Hint llio number of mllli levied on inrh ilrillnr af nrmiili I v lwt.nl fur tut nlltin within until iinititv. fit? tltn Inv vnnl tt 11110 la nq rnllmt'4! KOIt HTATH iMllll'OHKHs HlnkltiK Fund, .10 in. Onlvoislly b'und, ar in Stnto Common School Fund, l.iw in, TOTAti STATU l,KVY,l.:il1tu. KCIIt f'lltlNTY IMMU'OHI'.M! Pminlv h'uiitl. A IV) ill. Count v Ilnml Kulid. M in llrldni Piliid. I. ill m. Ihilldlnif ffiiiul. JW." til. tiled Inn Ktinil, ,n in. .Itiillcliil I'vitul, i..u m, I'lltc, Imnrovod Itond, Itond nnd Inturi'st Kiunl.liw) tn, Poor Fund, .70 in, Holdlors' Ho , .in in, ilium imiioi kuiiii, :s nil Hot Fund, loin l'OR i.OCAl, I'Ultl'UHKSI Woe tlllilp...

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. — 21 October 1909

V Tff 1-yV V- fpWJi twt&na MtiwiMwuim iiwfwwfp'gww!"-w"f''u""niMUiwiMiniwnjy niuwpi"y,ij.i '4uwiii. mi ctMiHijMjui .wpmw mu J. -t'UJm.uiLla-uimuuiLU-mlii ui mwuuw hum n.i.n- nwmn ihjj I Adds healthful qualities to food fttyk Baking PoWdeh tbsotutcty Ture Xocal anb Mr. Will Thomas was in Lima, Monday. . Mies Luetic Allen was in Colura bu, Monday. Mrs. Onus. Yontz was in Colum bus, Sunday. Mr. John Davey was in Colum bus, Tuesday. Mr. Rugg Brandt was in Lan caster, Monday. Mr. Jesse Dickens was in Lan caster, Tuesday. Miss Margaret Cook was in Lan caster, Saturday. Mr. T. R. Walburn went to Cir olevillo, Monday. Dr. Moore, of Mt. Pleasant, waB in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. John Karshner was in the Arch City, Sunday. Mr. Harry Radobaugh waB in Lancaster, Saturday. Mrs. L. B. Clark was a Lancas ter visitor, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Like wore in Wellston, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mowory were in Lancaster, Sunday. Mrs. Frank Johnson was a visi tor with her people in Union Fur nace, Su...

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. — 21 October 1909

-v-m, t tkri ,"?. rSTGMKp'TT"l'i.f?F e ' 4"wnt'-tgf1''j Nfc B! STRENTZ & LAPPEN'S 15 OFFERING OF ROCHESTER Made Clothes m " - I "ir,--M V ??5-??.W) WW ,r3llfl r& '.! W ZlSDfe I IP ft P-; ml & 8t ML; NO HUNTING ALLOWKD On Itio promises of llio tiiulurHiyiuil, J. Wi l'AXTUN, lit. 5, Lognn, Ot Messrs, Frunk anil Oliver Iloft nhtnniliul i.lm r.niinnftt.ur fair, unci rciuntnod ovor Sunday, tho yiloste of rclntivcH. "The Best Clolhiiig in llic World" & AT Mr. 1'iUil Fox litis coiumonceil I n vim lilnn friim 111) imp wnll nonr $3 liifl store in AVcst Lognn to' hie 'rosliloneu on North Stroot. Tlio Misses Minnie nnd Llzaio Uassell, after spendlne n week I with their ptirouts, havo roturnctl t) their homo in Cincinnati. $12 $15 $16 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft OYER 500 SUITS TO SELECT FROM, and from 60 to 70 SUITS of each SIZE. AN AS SORTMENT OF SPLENDID CLOTHES NEYER BEFORE EQUALLED IN LOGAN, and every one A VALUE that will COST from $1.50 to $4.00 more elsewher...

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. — 28 October 1909

1l,iW,ivT THE DEMOeRAT'SENTINEL. THE Onto DEMOCRAT, 27th Tsar No 43 THE nOOKINQ BEHTIHEL 68th Tear So H LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1909. The On1jrDmoortloPpf In th Otnntjr OltcnUtlon 3000 On Dollar Vr Ytr ! J THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES It Is with plonsuro and prido that in this iaauo of our paper wo present tn our largo list of renders in Hooking couiity t ho entire Democratic tirjket in each proolnct of Alio county as compiled by the Hoard of Election. Wo have carefully lookod over the list und aro proud of the good citizenship represented there. Wo bolievo that every consoloncious voter in the several precincts can well till'ord to support t ho Democratic nominees. Tlioy are all good men. Logon being the oounty seat and having a government of its own to be re sponsible for, our newspaper fools the propriety of giving more special attention here, in personal mention, however not wishing to slight the urging of eupport of the Democratic nominees in ouch precinct ...

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. — 28 October 1909

'., mf i -TTf -y vwf&K ? t"' .. k M itiiw crnru)tjgcil.'i'iwjuuiuiijiiaU'iji'''iiujiLHJ)JriTtaui'' I WHY COLE'S t Is Supreme Over all Heating Stoves j i Kvury part of Cole's Hot Blast heritor is a stove masterpiece, jk ant! (tovormuctir, Patents permit livery III Me detail coutiluules towards making Cole's Hot Mast a fuel saver, a perfect heat radiator, a stove that holds lire from Saturday night to Monday morning, and the cleanest stove ever sot tip. $10.00 lip xmm. Bvvi.wvvvwvwwvki Pleasant Hill ' . l)lnce I Quite a number from this attended the Lancaster Fair and all report a good time. P. F. Duplor and family, of Rockbridge, and Thomas Kline nnd wife, of Logan, took dinner with Jacob Klino and wife, Sun day. Bert Primmer was seen wending his way toward Rockbridge one day last week. Elmer Hullinos was seen in this vicinity recently. Jacob Klino is engaged in huek ing corn for P. F. Dupler at pres ent. Mrs. Emma Tidd and Edwnrd Bailey made a business trip to Roekbridgp, Friday...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 October 1909

fp -f .. t m!iimn,mnuiimmJLiuiLi ujmua,Mn ' i w J - ijuuieiimiju. iuiH"jiujg ,r RVnn iMPr ni;v rtnTMR W . . it' . ( vr 4 JMMJWWJIlJ.lll.lllllll'IIIIIIILIlJJLWJi-M.JWTgT 1 gmwFmWWmmmmfmmiMimm W WHIP ' 1 h 1 1 1 1 w I i1 i I i iii r I Wir v 1T 9 if I client, asi! .. .v.A" ..'' V-rVm- Xocal anb Use Dormatine after shaving. Mr. L. It. Ayers was in Colum bus, Monday. ' Mr, Bert Knowlton was in Co luufbus, Saturday. Mr. James Ferone was in Co lumbus, Monday. Mr. Roy Deissle was a Capital City visitor Friday. Miss Nan McBrido was a Colum bus visitor, Saturday, Miss Lucile Allen was a shopper in Columbus, Monday. Mr. Ed Ghent was in Wollston Monday, on business. Mrs. Ellen Armstrong was in Columbus, Monday. Mr. S. Maxwell, of Murray City, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. Jacob Schwarz, of Buchtel, was in Logan, Saturday. Miss Anna White was a visitor in Nelsoville, Saturday. Miss Liza Winn was a Capital City visitor, Saturday. - Mrs. Chas. Wright was a Capi tal City shopper, Monday.. L. It. Ayors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 October 1909

-7wr'-FwnMil ' nW&WUMMLd&F ' 1 -ftwwvn' --"; i . I r ( MOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription .1.00 per ycnr. .WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PlIHMflltXIl RVEIlV TlUlltHOAV MOUNlNQi Hie Logan Printing ami Publishing Co. (INCOIU'dHAIK.Il) PUlll.tHllMUH Vllimt. (' I.IIU'IIV, I'llKStltKNT lll;tIANHl:., HMJHKTAKY 'J ll. Dol.r.tso.v, Kihtoh UUAM. II, IlKCK Al-O. KlIllOHA MANAllKIt OKKICUt III Dolllion llloek, South Ooor Kntcrml ii Second OIum Mutter October 1 li0, nt tliv Post otllco tit I.oami. Ulilo, iiiiilorActortJouitrosior Moii it, 1h7I. Thursday, October 28, 1909. Democrat Ticket The following tiro the names of the Democratic nominees for the olllces in the different towns and townships of Hocking county: BENTON TOWNSHIP t Trustees Oeotge W. Harnhart, William Staikuy, .lohn U. Vorhees. Township Clerk Ilotnur I). Mutton. i Township Treasuier -.1. L. Lehman. .Justice of lVace Ab&olom 1 1 ait, (n. L. Warchelm. of Ileal Property Charles Shaw. Assessor of J'eisonal 1'iopertv John P. Shaw. Hoard ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 October 1909

Nt 1 I.. . V ii'. 'iii.ii MiumnimiMi.'UMiiiiinMwpii uj urn imnmiu ipiuMHHll"m"iMuiwywPMiii jmumitamt hi h ' pwwwwwwi wm' jw SLIPPERS IfousL1 Slippers are almost considered a necessity S because like other necessities it is hard to get along 3 without them. . 23 Our new line for fall and winter is now in. We S are showing them in our window thw week. 3 The variety of styles and the many color effects 3 make it possible for you to select just what is desired. 3 1 STEDEM & CO. I iiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiuaiuuuiiiuiiiiuiuiumiiiiimiaiaiiiuuauiiiuaiiuiiuuiuiuiuiuiuiiiia mijn'ii'w.'rjn.wcpinju.iu.uiwi'f" Mi. Win. Lowilu lir Wa&&a&a&&2& i&&m local anb fltersonal j tXvj Jj &j Jl Jv Jv W tli tv ; -V IbUv V kXb Jv Jv &j JJ Jv Jw v Jj rfv Mr. John Poaraon spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mr. Russell Davis spent Sunday in Colli nibiiB. Mr. CliarleB Adcoek wau in Lan caster, Sunday. Mr. Cliarles Hildebrnndt was in Lancaster, Sunday. Mr. Albert He waB a Colitm bus vis...

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. — 28 October 1909

tfcSL S .H V .nsr&.uusfii -t sexmvtft.snnti. :" ''"WMfKWHH&a&u ' &' . ij,- NFpj,j'T r?:l ! St wSi J RATES OF TAXATION. 1 AT In nuraitnucnnf liuv. I J. W tliUirlol.Trennlrnr of itockltiR t'ounty, Olilo, tlt liorohy certify that tlio number of mllMovlod on Aihdollnrnf properly listed for Inmuinii wllliln snld county, ror tho tax yenr of tlHW.Km follows: ...,., ,,,, j . KOItHTATh: I'Ultl'OMNat milking Fund, .10 111. Onlvorslty Fund, .'.213 in. Htnto Unintiioii S0I100I Finitl, I.W in. TOTATj i'o'linobNTv'i'mil'OHKsi County l-'uml. 3.R) in. County Komi Fund, .:M 111 l)rlil Fund, t.ttf 111. milMIng Ftiml,.H03 111. JCIootlon Fund, .111 in. .ludli'lnl I'untl, l.'.'tim. I'lki?, Improved Himd. Itoml nnd liitureil Punil, ihi lit. Poor Fund, .70 in. HoUllor.s' Ho ler Fund, .10 111. Ilonnl nr Acrlaiilltirnl Fund, .III in. lllliul Uallof Fund, ,20 in. V. 'IOTAIj t'OUNTV t.KVV. 10.AVI m. FOlt l.OOAh I'lMtl'OSKHt Hoe tnblp lielowt N . - : ; m. TOW'NHHII' l'UIU'O.SF.H COUI'OUATION I'...

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. — 28 October 1909

' .- -T , 51 , V M I I I' 1 llltltUte' Iff "IMflMHU' "HT'.t.g.a J I if ' 1 J il . "if'Mt'.M .,!.-. jja-au-1 4. - mifiim.iE'Wf"iii a ii'"nricnn mm 1 iwjigiinnawKi XOg!JllKlIMKIJfll)iinriluilHJ.'JlilBHJii i-t :ws." aafaneaw-MMwe jy- 'VF il !'frpyw'yy w-f " ''V . A Wide Latitude of Choice in & SEPARATE COAT: Perfect Fitting GarmentsStylishly Modeled. MIDWINTER COSTUME NEWS OF T OWNS mm J it I! BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND PERFECT FITTING OAR 5 MENTS, THAT SATISFY THE HIGHLY DEVELOPED STYLE TENDENCIES OF THE PRESENT ADVANCED IDEAS. WE HAVE BEEN PLANNING FOR MONTHS YOUR WINTER COAT AND 8UIT NEED AND OFFER AN AMPLE VARIETY OF Dli- SIRABLE GARMENTS, TAILORED AND MODELED TO BRING OUT THE GREATEST ADVANTAGE, THE PROPER LINES. NO TWO GARMENTS EXACTLY ALIKE, VARIETY OF STYLES AND FABRICS HAVE BEEN SOUGHT IN ALL LINES. IF YOU JE HAVE A TAILORED NEED, VISIT US WHILE THE STOCKS E AFFORD THE FULLE8T ADVANTAGES; NO BETTER VAL- UES EVER PRESENTED AT A SEASON'S BEGINNING. Midwinter coat full length, medi...

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. — 28 October 1909

i.g tmattzwrmjtjnisWMMa(KBmtm&y&s'& MNm" tiTV" - -v. "(fHV'W1" r 7 Tito Mens Mid Young Mena Suits at ll $1 5.00 tiro (ho regular $18,00 kind nnd are worth every cent of $18.00 Jf Oin' Mens nnd Young Mens p H Suits nt v&SS, 1 i in Jp ip i .ju (fflillr I lire sold elsewhere nt $10.00 tAM VniDffi Our Mens and Young Mens & 'W$ I mi n nn lif I a I U.UU III iU't not duplicated at loss tlinn ' iwT $12.00 Ifl ' H Our Mens and Young Mens 1 3& 9 Suits nt g wk are the 15.00 kind in oilier 1 I Hocai anfc mmmmm$Sm Sweet Cider at Comly's. Hon. Lewis Greeu is a Lancas ter visitor today. Mr. Tim Whitcraft was in Rock bridge, Tuesday. Mr. Joe Stroiipe is in Columbus today on business. Mrs. A. E. Huls was in Ruck b -idge, Wednesday. Mrs. Sadie Hone is visiting rel atives at Mt PleaEant. Mr. Win. Miller, of Union Fnr nace, is In Logan today. Mrs. Charles Rose has been quite sick the past week. Mr. Otto Vollenweidor, of Mo Arthur, i3 in Logan today. Mr. .lolin W. Schaul, of Orla...

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. — 4 November 1909

1 r f Ar-H . tHi". ii hnMr fctfia!' ,u. O-WWM twi & a avaMtiVfc - 7MB DEMOeRAT'SENTMEL THE oniO BEMOORAT, 27th Tw No 44 TQH UOOKINQ SENTINEL esth Ttm Ho 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. Th Only D,mocrtloPpr In thi Otiaty airoaUtlon 8000 OnDollr PtrYm Hi ft P ! 1 Si SOME UPS IN TIE BATTLE Democrats Were Generally Sue cessful Throughout Ohio, in the Smaller Towns. Principal Cities Go Republican Election in Logan Spirited, and the Democrats Get Better Than an Even Break. VOTE 01? CANDIDATES Mayor- D. V. Thurness, D II. J. Woodwortli, It Clerk A. O. Wright, D Cy Rochester, Jt Treasurer G. W. Pullen, Ti Marshal GusShively, D Jacob Lltl, R C'ouncllmen EdClarktD Ed Klelnschmldt, Dl Jacob Kranltz, D Fred Sbracke, D ... James Shaw, D ... George Juergensmire, D II. B. Ray, R George Blosser, R 1. 1. Klnser, R ..-. E. M. Martin, R John Westcnhavon, R C. W. James, R (z) Councllraen Elected Water Works Trustees Scott Braddock, D . Fred Hildebrandt, D S. Weldy, D W. ...

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. — 4 November 1909

- - r,5t'f"5sjH!iFi KpiyiwwawwMiw" i imim iminwi iii ipii'lwiiili iKi'i''mio'i". mijiii mawiw TWWpMuiiiiitmmMiijijJiMiLiwiiiiiWWfm JE,uuii'H,mun aMujnjJMi.' utwu'jmi w" , -p rr( T ''Typ- HpD MUS, rt.OUA 5IAV LANDS Mrs, Flora May LarulH, daugh ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. HepJ-miln J5ft3torllii(j, wan bmi August 5, 1884, died October I '2, 1000; aged 125 years, two months mid seven days. She was tinitod in ninr rlage to William Lands, Decem ber il, 11)08. Husband, mother ntid four broth era are loft to mourn their loss. Father, brother and one sister have gono on before She united with the M. K church two years ago. KOIIIiltT WATTS. Robert Watts was born Jnn. 2, 18SJR, died Tuesday, Oct. 120, 1000 at 5:-i0a. in Aged 71 years, 0 months mid '21 dnys. United in marriage, ISO! to Eliza Jane Pierson ; there was 8 children bom to this union, six of whom are de ceased, leaving ti wife nnd two children to mourn tho loss. He wuh a dovoted husband and a good father. He lived in Logan the greater part o...

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. — 4 November 1909

v r riV i1 ( if'in'i '1 f V '"'" J' IT r-yiltT-g 1 u.1 11 I iiiimii u jjm i-i jll'Ltt,IJ'jiWjailJiimUIUWIIIJtmRJJLJJ HIS cBKBPisHHI Xocal anb Mtofl Lucilo Allen was in Colum bus on bUHiness Friday. Mrs. Oresap was in Oak Hill, Fridny, visiting relatives. Mr. H. A. Camoron, of Hamden, was a visitor in Logan, Friday. Miss Lulu Parker was a Capital City visitor Friday of last week. Mr. H. J. Grilllth, of Orland, was a business visitor in Logan, Friday. Messrs. Clyde Chidester and Loyd Mount were Bremen visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Weaver, of Basil, wore guestB over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Holiday. Mr. Jacob Woohrle, of Colum bus, was in Logan attending u meeting of the Knights of Pyhtias. Mr. Henry Cheney, City, was in Logan, attending the K. of mooting. of Muriay Thursday, P. distriot Mr. Win. Beatty, of Dayton, and Mr. Wni. Sclmehardt, ot Cincinnati, w.ero in Logan, Friday of lat week. Mr.' Wilbur McDonald, of Now Straitsvillo, attended K. of P. distriot meeting held in L...

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. — 4 November 1909

i-ww&wipmpx!'fVifi'l!im'm WJp!WVW I ! w ' v?wwrf?w'"'mi 'mmWpWQmy HfVWWS DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription ,$M) per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rillll.IBIIItll EVK11T THUHHDVT MOHNlMa. Tlie Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNl'nill'iMATItli) I'lMiMHltl'.UM VtKrlU. (I. l.OWIC, I'llF.Sllir.NT II. (I. H.NHKI HKCIIKTAIIY J. It. Dol.MSON, KlIITOK ('HAS. It. UfiCK ASSO. linlroit.tMANAfiRli OtTIORl In Dolllaon lllock, Huutb Door Kntoroilm Sccotnl Olms Matter Octolxir 1 lbl, ftt, tilt) l'OSt OlltCO lit I.OUAI1. Ulilo, umlurAct of C'Dtmrosiof Men H, IsTU. Thursday, November 4, 1909. Buena Vista A number of people from this place have been intending the pro tracted meeting held at tlio M. K. church tit Bethauy, conducted by the pastor Rev. T M. Ricketts unci iiHsietod by the noted evungo list Rev. Carrio Richards, of Mo dinn, 0. Mrs. Edward Shatl'er and two daughters Kathcrn and Iva, of Chicago, 111., have been the pleas ant guests of relatives and friends tit this place for the past few d...

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. — 4 November 1909

I33Mj icClSW . . I p f'Htini"wffwp Tl!Tf?r.!Tl!Tr'7wl!??T tt1 nty? lJ.Tir7 tj m-'W'rrKi4T ' v r inmHmnt!!?!tmHtHfHmmH!mn!n!mmnM!!mmtiT!utitiifHnTn?nini!H?Hninit!!fii fc v -w Hunting Boots E Hunting Boots called, are becoming more popular each e ideal winter Shoe have an extra good line in Mens, Boys and Youths, H various heights and at prices that are right. STEDEM & CO. luiuiuiuuuiuuitiiuuiuuuuuuuuuiuiuiuiuuuuiuiuiuuiimuiitiuitiiuituuiuitmutif; ocal ant ll tTC Jl 7V Ji JC 7v Jv Xi 7Ci Jv Dermatine for all skin irritation. Mr. Marion Kitehon, of Cedar Grovo, was in Logan, TueBday. Dermatino for chapped fuoe and hands, cuts, burns, gargle, etc. Mr. T. D. Trimmer, of Orland, was a business visitor in Logan, Monday. Mr. Harry Milos, of Columbus, spent over Sunday in Logan with friends. Miss Martin, the house guest Gladman. of MoArthur, is of Mrs. George Miss Mary Beck visited relatives and friends in Columbus, several days this week. Mrs. Sarah Amerine is visiting her son A. J. Eck...

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. — 4 November 1909

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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. — 4 November 1909

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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. — 4 November 1909

. r V T -' 'I ( c'-w-t'-,s'r"'iJ' ff 5 wp-iy mwwM(MiutMimiy;"i;1 w Mjj g;;!!""".1""""-!?!?!! r"?y MENS' FALL SUITS The Mens! and Yuung Mens Suits at (( Our Metis and Young Mens Suits at OF EXCLUSIVE STYLES AND FABRICS AT are the regular $18.00Tdnd and J arc soUI ulncwhure at $10.00 are worth every cent of $18.00 H Our lons and Young Muiis Suits at. Compare our 1 arc not duplicated at less than 12.00 ( Hir Mens and Young Mens Suits at arc the $15.00 kind in othfr HT these prices we offer you the greatest clothing value obtainable in this city. Every model typifies perfection in style, finish and fit. The models run from the scmi-cxtrcmc to the con servative in cut, to please all those who want something smart, distinctive, aristocratic looking at moderate cost. This is only possible in "ROCHESTER MADE CLOTHING, THE BEST CLOTHES IN THE WORLD" Because the makers have put the tailoring of clothes for Men and Young Men on a scientific basis and shave their profits so closely that we arc ...

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