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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

jn?p- tT "v ' ' w,ijg-vrJP'rii'iirrsr?tf" "" te ? i' 7YB DBMOeRAT-SBNTNBL. THB OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27thYerNo 45 THIS HO0KINQ BENTINEL 68th 7r No 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1009. Th Only DeraoortloPpt In fh Dainty OlronUtlon 3000 OneDolUr P,rT,r r ?" r c vs i t i i F' 1 m K u ; M v V p. .. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Tlio village con i) oil mot Tues day night in rognlnr session, and all wero present except Mr. Comly. Under the head of village officers, Mayor Thurness mudo the follow ing repnrt of money's collected by him in the month of October: MAYOR'S IlKt'OtlT. License collected $ 19 00 Soalo money (58 00 Sower tap 1 00 Total $ State cueos and meals 78 JO THRASUUEIt's REl'dltT. General fund $ 8,089 Safety fund Servico fund Health fund Water fund Library fund Mound street fund Hill street fund W. W. fund N. Market St. fund.. S. Market street fund 3.402 2,fi47 800 2,048 425 540 7G7 3,542 08 4,785 83 5,377 07 Sinking fund 10,200 05 Balance, Oct. 81st. .$87,119 01 G. W....

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

B?5?"fti i twgiNnH ssateafe.l . - . lit t iMfr . , . &. t" 'ii OF Big Pine and Vicinity Husking corn and hunting seome to bo tlio ordor nf the day in this vicinity. 6. W. Cupp mado n bilBlnosfe trip to Logan Inat Wednesday. Francis Kuhn p.iesod through our valley lust Tuesday. Charlie Paxton, of near Cedar Grove, wos aeon in our valley Inst Thursday. Maud Graham is visiting lior sister, Carrie Conklo. Mrrt. Enid Wolf was scon driv ing down the valley, onroute to Laurelvlllo last Friday. Mrs. Carrie Conklo called on Mrs. Lucy Lytlo one day last week. .Jack Emmons and wife visitod Charles Barclay and wife, recontly. Will Wino and family, of near Gibisonvillo, were the Sunday guests of William Huffman and family. Jako Hulllnes, of Happy Ridge, was seen driving down the valley, Sunday. John Kern and wife, of Cedar Grove, visited their daughter, Mrs. Ida Smelts, Sunday. Grace Denton and Nellie Vor hees, of Mount Vernon, wero the Sunday guests of Silas Denton and family. Jacob Bainter...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

75" y"' w4 '"flrf- i-ijji'viW'W ?"?" igwf'tyjaiyrij 'T'yitw-,'"?'U4iJww- J'iy wpwmwiuw.oiwiu'Juwiryti JJMil Mflllll HIWW 3f OT 5f I M &UtUl HklUJkM EXCHANGE NEWS NOTES r.wj S The healthful properties of Grapes .IUHltAV(!tTV tNDniT.NIUiNT. I Mr. and Mrs. Lafo Frnzeo of Lo gan wore tlio guests of rolativos in this city first of the week. Dr. Tlppio wnp n bustneBS visi tor in Logan first of the week. are conveyed to food by " " ?WW5WWP,S" 'jM'WT "- ' tUn ft Jy a( Jv Sj Jkj fCj yLt Jj i no lIilO !&".)&&'' laKj drains j. Br ,; ! ft. Ifc ! i pf J V 'A w .3 I - i ljiiJRn-V' files'' i " Xocal anb Dermatinc for all skin irritation. Rev. Spoehr waB Saturday. in Pomoroy, Rtv. Sohroedor Grove, Monday. was in Sugar Mr. Fred Allen Athens, Sunday. was a visitor in Miss Emma Becker was in Co- lumbus, Friday. Mr. Ham Meldrim was in Lan caster, Sunday. Mr Walter Ileasoner went to Chauncy, Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Wright was in Nel sonville, Saturday. Mr. Dick Kelley, of Lancaster, has moved...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

BKI -J yjpjn-" r-'y-i -'rv wwrryw-awtqr 'j -ijAiwiiiyi PI SaR3 "fit. r hwi immiimwJWHTwtwi'iwwi Tfl ha I'- :j OCRAT - SENTINEL I ascription $,i)U per yenr. EEKLY NEWSPAPER. ltRI) KVRI1V TIltTUBDAT MOItNINU, igan Printing and Publishing Co. (tMClllll'OKATBU) I'lrnuuitKiiH . I ('. I.OWIIV, I'llKSlDKNT jANSKI., HBI'lthTAIiy M.I.HOS, KlItTOll VlCH. Hfci'K Assn, !;i)!roiLl,lANA(lKU t ..'Kt In llolllsou llliiok, South Door eil ns Hocoiiil tJliiis Mutter October 1 01 nt tlui Tost olll Co nl t.oiiim, Ohio, tier Act of Ootiqros-iuf , Moti :t( is'w. Tlrsday, November 11, 1909. sir lett May Oppose Douglas bert Douglas, as the Hcptlbli j nominee for congroBs in the venth Ohio district next yenr, quite likely be opposed by e Senator Kdwnrd M. Gillette .ho Democratic. ,f so, look out for a lively light, Mr. Gillette knows something ut tho political game and is afraid to play it. His home is at Lancaster and is v serving his first term as u mber of tho senate from the .nth Fourteenth district. His...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

f &m ' iri -i- - r t f V- . I a; I si , n iw i .... I in-Tii-ni U ALL THE GOOD DRESSERS ARE WEARING THEM WE are showing an ASSORTMENT of STYLES, and the GARMENTS wc sell have many excellent features. You will find the Fit of Our Collars to be Perfect, something in which many makes absolutely fail. All A7"E are Headquarters for Collegian Clothes and can ' show you an Adler button-to-neck Coat, which is the best garment produced in America. , Prices $15, $18 and $20. Let us show you these IDEAL GARMENTS.- Union Clothing Co. "TOP-TO-TOE OUTFITTERS" Opera House Block, XX".XX'X-X'X ocal anft "rfer"' Use Dermatine after shaving. Mr, Ohas. Hiett was in Lancas ter, Sunday. Mr. John Allen was in Colnm tms, Sunday. Mr. Mack Mount was in Lancas ter, Saturday. Mr. Claude Union was in Enter prise, Sunday. Mr. Charles Yontz was in Lan caster, Sunday. Miss Zoa Stiers was In the Arch City, Tuesday. Dr. Lee, of Rockbridge, was in Sogan, Monday. Mr. John Smoots was in Colum bus oyer Sunday. MrB. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

-w ... - J T -.. !. -r J ,-, ,.' Vff ,, u ?-s-r 0 lawwgawwwmaiiiiwaM mmwuiu i mi mm ftrmmrnmimmmmmmmmmmytmrmmmwi if ",'!l ) "RATES OF TAXATION. i nurAUiiiPODf law, t .f, W Onbrleli Ti-emurer of Hocklnit County. Oliln, tin horolty cei-llfy ttint tlio numlierof iitllln lovlod on Inrof iiroitortv lulod forlncittl m within sulit conntv. for tho tnt yenr nf llH)i), Ishh follows! . OH HtATI! l'UUl'ONES! Hllikliii Kuiul, ,10 in. UulvorMly I'uiiil, .'JIT ill. Btnto Common Sohnol Fund, I.IX) m. TOTAti liKW, l.:itltn. 'OH OUii.SI'Y I'tilll'OSKMi Comity l-'iiml, fltW ill. County timid Kuiid.Altn HrlUo Knml. 1.03 in. HillltlliiH fund, JW3 in. M Kmul,,lilm. .iiidlelnl Kiiiul. l.'jiiin, 1'lke, Imurotcil Unml, Itoml nnd luttirvil Kund,!ltx hi, Poor FiiiuI, ,T0 tin Hnltllors' He Md, .10 in Honntor Aurlculturitl KiiihI, ,10 in. lillncl Kollnf Fund, ,'JO in, ''OTAh COITNTV M.A'V.W.aViin. nil I.OOA1. IMIIll'OHKS! HoulnhliMiclowt V TOWNSHIP i'UIU'OHIW COHPOUATION l'Ultt'OMKB ' 5 it TOWNS lit t'B 3 J 5 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

ipgisw fttTIW"'-'-V "' i K V B5H ft IP I & u r i . h ?1 F A . I f f' fT" ffWWW SSXiSiSasaSS22!S232S3li2Ea2a2262K222225iS222SM AS ctphpm ji 11 SKK3S5ESKSS5(!5E5E55e5E5E55S5f3E3gS5eSSS55ai Xocal anfr mS Mr. anil Mrs. Homor Hay wore in Starr, Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Clark spent Sunday at Lancaster. Rev. Fr. Richards was in Co lumbus, Wednesday. -Mrs. Dr. Aplin wob a visitor in 'Nelsonville, Tuesday. 9 Mr. King "Wright is in Hamden a few days this week. Mr. Ben Bailey, of Curbonlilll, spent Tuesday in Logan. Mr. A. F. Rish, of Rockbridge, was in Logan, Saturday. Mr. Lucuis Wright was a visitor in Columbus, Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah Amerine is spending a couple of woeks with Toledo friends. Suits and Overcoats FOR YOUNG MEN iii;::A -aiP-JlV- $VJfe6r! UN 11 Sjm & fir WIITONttaWtLOIIIlii that we have for you are fashioned with the young mens ideas in mind. They are "different" clothes, specially designed and made for the young fellows. In suits the coats are long, shoulders broad, c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 11 November 1909

rf . imimimtn'! t- (VMPqn r ti LOCAL NEWS Mr. Woa Wonn wib a Lancaster visitor WeilneBilny. Mr. II. G. Hansel was in Lnn caster, edneatltiy on business, Mr. Gcorgo Tennyhlll, of Lan caster, was in Logan, Wodnosduy, Mrs. Sndio Hone is visiting S. RI. Hcinloln ut II no this week. Mrs. Hutin was thu guost of Mre. King ut MoArtliur last Sun day. Messrs. Jolmatlmn Shaw and Will Funk woro in Lancaster, Wed nesday, Miss Rota ltoBsman, of Rock bridge, spent Wednesday ovening in Logan. Mr. Noairvillnian, of Ecks niansvlUo, Ohio, is the guest of his daughter Mrs. Sallie Ellison, nt the home of her son Dr. J. B. Ellison. ( CLOTHES Are Better BUT NOT E OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS A T no 80 Are the best obtainable anywhere at the price. In fact they are not equalled by any store in this section of the country at a fourth higher in price. The truth of the matter is Ave pay more for our goods to sell at a given price than other stores do. We do this to give you better goods, better styles, better work...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

--mamm fwi1 ' " ZT ' "W- k: . w i 9 -- . A X"2r' Co7oh , JLJjErA tA Am.AM. A s i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27th ?m Ho 40 THE H00KINO BENTINEIi 68th Year Ho 17 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1909. The OnlyDemootitloPtptr lath, Ooaatjr OlronUtlon 3000 OntDolUr PtT Death of Mrs. Oliver Brooke. Death of Little Wlnnefrcd Price. Railroad News. Probate Court. A Social Gathering. A Nice Time. Diphtheria. rrafR!9FF3ir SENTINEL I4' V JiSf ft V F I . - ' w r-fe-' - -. " K St; &M, On Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock ooourod tho dbath of Mrs, Oliver Brooke, at hor hoinb on Kast Seoond stroet, after ah illness of bo mo, wooks with heart trouble. The aged hiiBband and family have tho deep sympathy of tho ontiro community. Mrs. Brooks was an qxcollont woman and loved by all who knew her. Sho was 70 years of ago last March, and the mother of six childron ; one son died in infancy, and hor youngest son, Sam Brooke, diod about a year ago. There aro living, Mr. Will Brooko and Miss Ruth B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

sax f?'' e ttoais,''iSJpW EMM1fcfa'a' $7.00 CHICAGO AND RETURN VIA Hocking Valley Ry. Friday, December 3rd., 1909 Ueturn Limit, Doc. (Ith., 1H0!) Account Tenth Annual International Livo Stock Exposition The World's Greatest Edu cator In llrecdlnjr, liaising, Feeding and Finishing Livo Stock. Exposition will continue from Nov. 127 to Pec. 10, and for those who wish to make a longer visit, Hound Trip Tickets will he on sale Nov. 2S-L'9-30, Dec. 1-5-0. Ueturn Limit, Dec. 12, at one and one-half faie. C. W. Scliwenke, Agent H. V. R., Logan, Ohio OF OTHER TOWNS Brownsville Isaac Flowers and wife spent Wed nesday night with their son Leroy Flowers, of Lancaster. The death angel has again visited us and taken away an aged man of our vicinity, Ellas Watts. Wllliard and Arthur Flowers at tended the service at Duena Vista, Saturday night. Tom Johnson and wife were seen on our pikes, Sunday. Old Wrip Snorter and Ills brother were out hunting one night last week, but didn't catch anything only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

ffmrwWwwiWNt n niinHWWW(lt PWOWKft r N W. r rt V d fc. . i J If . IJl U I'J K 7-- o'jjiutJJiH.iiiaJHmiwMUMjajLiiaumi.i'iu u'iiiiwm ioimiblui l))Vii L J iPi Piling l Py a EH L . - ', 3 252S2S2S2SI2i2S2S2Si Xocal anb te?3E3E3?9e3eS3S3E30lSE3gSS3ES3gSS5KSSni Dorinatino for all skin irritation. Mr. John Fearce Sundayed in Lancaster. Mrs, John Wolfe was in Ualli polis, Sunday. Mr. Oscar Newman was in Co lumbus, Sunday. Mr. Jim Butterfleld was in Co lumns, Saturday. Mr. John Kloinsmith was in Lancaster, Saturday. Miss Rose White was a Colum bus visitor, Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Lyons were in Columbus, Sunday. Mr. Harry Wright was a visitor in McArthur, Sunday. Mrs. John F. White was a Nel sonvilie visitor Friday. Mr. Tim Whitcraft was a Capi tal City visitor Friday. Dr. W. H. Tippie was in Logan, Saturday, on business. Mr. John Acker was in Colum bus, Friday, on business. Mrs. Ellen Armstrong was a Co lumbus shopper, Saturday. Mr. atid Mrs. Chas. Sohemp were in Lancaster, Sunday. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

US' imaae.., il- .,..f,.dt1iVl '..I i?"-!.!."1. irT5ip-!isfE,fipBp! SKSWWPf ft I; ft K ilMIlJll.AfeleMa.itjMIMiWl,IMK.llMmiJll. l I WMUI'IIH ""WW " III IWK WW1MM tefflfflWWPffl lull r 1 A Stylish Suit made in Worsted at . . . . $15.00 g We show a big range of styles and can save you money on every purchase. We ig have a complete alteration department in connection and all garments will be fe altered free of charge. 154-158 S. Mulberry St. Logan, 0. DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription ,1.00 per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUm.IHUKD K VICKY THURSDAY MOItNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (IXCOIIPOKATES) PUI1IJHIIER3 Vntrcu, C. Lownv, - Pkesibknt H.O. llAXSEI., - - BKCllbrAKY J. It. Dollison, Editor UIH.S. II. HKCK- AS10. EmiOKAilANAflKR OFFICE: In Uollison Block, South Door Eutorod na Socond (Muss Matter October 1 1MW, at thu l'ost olllcu at Logan, Ohio, under Act of (.'onxress of Mcli .1, 1ST!'. Thursday, November 18, 1909. NEWS OF Mound Crossing Aaron and Fred Stahr.of this plac...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

ijrv"'-)! ,T' r '? -T --, xr f ;r: tim.upi'il?.iiWfHintfwlK-ffiippyjtstigiwmnaa' u wiiUfwwiwwi '' w ' iw WMimptta u M m m JflhSKiieyg w m.m ,, JMiawmti'.it nmirWdCtm WW? WIIMIII II UlllMll 1 I i w lr Y U I m i: 't f i' v ; , V 1 u .' l" n. i j h. 1 II Itlfck '1' ''lBK w - Wo offer our entire stock of tablo linens and napkins at one-fifth off the rVfjnlar prices. The qualities are of tho best and the patterns are all new, Nothing sets off the table or pleases the housewife so much as nico table linens. Now in tho time to buy your Thanksgiving Linens at big savings. f.O inch cream tabic damaslc, in good weight and patterns, Ofn was 25 c, sale price ..' vC 72 inch cream and bleached table damasks, with fancy ACn iloral borders, was 00c and GOc, sale price 48c and flvC. 02 Inch bleached and cream all linen table damasks, heavy weight, comes in pretty Iloral designs, was 00c, sale AQn price flOC. 72 inch cream and bleached table damasks in newest Iloral and dotted designs, with pretty bo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

f " i -jHsSJsS, " i, "s!r,"r-N"' ' ftf 3E35?2!S55 . mn'ii im I'm l rvTrg RATES OF TAXATION. In lHirstmnonof Ww. t..t, W Otbrtol, Tmntttror nlltookliig County, Ohio, do herouv certify that tlia number of inM-lovled on enalKtlillnrof urupetty Hito.l tor timrttl u nltliln sold county, for tti8 tat .venr f inO,liMolli)ri ,,,, -nu KOHHi'ATil'iritl'OSBSi Hlitkliu Kund, .in in. UiUWHlty Fund, .'JiX- m. Htnto Ooinmon School Fund, 1.00 m, TOTAIj WiimoINIY iMflll'OHI'Si Onunty Election Html,, Win. IlKlli'lnl Kilml, l.'Jitu. lief 1'nntl, .10 in. Itimr.l of Aurloulturnt Kit KOIl I.OOAI. I'tllU'OSKHt Hoo tabic TOWN8UI1 l'UIU'OSKH OOltl'OUATIUN l'UM'OHES DO TOWMHUII'd -3 S g 80H00U DianUOTH g IS1 a s g 1 3 H OOliroRATlONH jj & 3 S ! I fll lIS aglSSsS3S333Sflg 2 ou 5 3 "" 5 o o o p a o p y . 5 KnU .................. 1 an 10 UV. . 1 J. 8.60 .28.2BUW 27.00 2 5 Urooil 1 a 15 10 ", T 1 .6:10(1 &i SOU 24.00 u 4 (food Hopo 1111510055 8 IIS 2 60 .IS 1 00 t.OO 4 6 Laurel . I MIS 10 tiSTi I). 1 BO ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

" "'"fflf(W'Jilwfl!i'"ljl;i" 'm r H '! X' if" Mil M ! IUJ1 LU JBiJWI. ! MHIUIM'JJiiW mUJlMMiPaHMMWlW Royal f rt . m s and food Makes No alum The only ft from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Xocal ano Mrs. Wui. McLin was in Colum biiB, Monday. L. Mr. Wash Dollison was In Lan caster, Saturday. Mrs. Life Inguiiro was in Co luuibii8s Monday. Mr. Otto Prose, of Orland, was in Logan, Monday. Mrs. Wyatt was a visitor in Haydenville, Sunday. Dr. B. (J. McManigul was in Nelsonville, Sunday. Mr. Claudo Itulon wus a visitor in Enterprise, Sunday. Mr. Lewis Fisher was a visitor in Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Geo. Brooker, of Murray, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. James Dougherty was in Nelsonville, over Sunday. Mrs. Charles Wright was a visi tor in Nelsonville, Monday. Mr. Henry Cornwell was in Co lumbus, Monday, on business. Dertnatine for chapped face and hands, cute, burns, gurglo, etc. Mr. Carlos Goodwin, of Orland, was a visitor in Logan, Monday. Mrs. Jane Adcock was the guest of triends in Gallinolis,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 18 November 1909

3 l" A m !uw8 agvmww-- fj -MMi-tntiM LOCAL NEWS Mr. Mack Mount spent Sunday in Somerset. Mrs. Arthur Hall is shopping in Columbup, today. Mrs. H. L. Wright went to Co lumbus, Wednesday. Mies Kate Long is visiting rela tives in McArthur. Mr. E. B. Comly is in Columbus today on business. Miss Kate McBride is a Capital City visitor today. "Dot" Davidson visited in Un ion Furnaoe, Sunday. Mr. Harry Wright was in Mc Artuur last Sunday. Mr. John CollinB left today for Chillicothe, on business. Mr. 0. C. Pierce was in Lancas ter, Wednesday, on business. Mrs. A. R. Glandon, of Orland, was a Logan visitor Tuesday. Mr. H. R. Harrington was a vis itor in Columbus, Wednesday. Messrs. John and Rudolph Rem pel were in Columbus, Wednesday. Mr8. G. D. Engle, of near En terprise, spent Saturday in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. T. E Warren spent Sunday with relatives in McArthur. Mrs. Frank, Blasius and Miss Helsn Blasius' were in Columbus, Wednesday. Attorney Eugene Wright is in Point Pleasant, W. Va., today ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 November 1909

( 7ME DEMOeRATSENTWBL. THE OHIO DEMOORAT, 37thYerNo 47 , Auditor's Oinoo inoli 1 j9. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1009. Th Osly DmoorstloPspir lath Osutjr OliouUtlon 8000 OntDolUr Pir Tim Us Be Thankful For The ood Things of Lif V r fLet trn 1 j ti mmc.M v-umw Lj-i,rfr 11 rrv mmm smsss8m,mms-AM tV i i r- y -r .1, f VV THETHANKSGIVING BASKET BOB placed the big basket be tween his feet on the iloor nnrl looked out of the wlntfow of the train. In Hob's basket wns n big Thanks giving turkey, 11 surprise for tho folks at home. There wns no turkey In the basket which n mnn who sat next to Hob placed on tho lloor between his feet. What wns In It Hob discovered ivlicu he undertook to surprise tho oiks nt home. He surprised thetn nil right enough, but he surprised himself also, for he found that he and the man lind somehow changed baskets and that Instead of a turkey ho had brought home a bottle attached to1 a line boy baby. Dlro wns Bob's disappointment, for the turke...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 November 1909

jZmtmaubfi0'MMi)iWm nfT rr..fcirilfm,'r ""mw -?&? W34P XI-mytMlfcU-t'Wt'WiHO'll.iilNHMMir ON E The Village Council ntot Tiled day night find thrir porlliolion was in umbra. In other wordB they entorod tho sun light of their Usual aggrosslvo proceedings, in tho dnrknoss of u secret session. Tho public isaiot informed whoth or thoy were discussing tho ad visability of raising all tlio salaries of village ollloers or working plan, in nbsonoo of Mr. James, to havo the old cemetery plowed up. At 8 o'clock the jury filed in, preceoded by villago attorney H. M. Whit craft, legal plenipotentiary. His bland countonanco betrayed no emotion. The verdict was that H. F. Ambroso and Chits. Dtishloy had purchased a gas well in west Logan, and were justly entitled to a franchise to sell and convey their product throughout the village. Councilman Comly introduced the franchise ordinance in favor of Ambroso and Dai9hloy, and all rules were sponged oiF the map, and the ordinance passed. In the int...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 November 1909

l$8raaRF5W!PW'',r . awiWiiiMil UMk ivW iiiumw Oil and Gas Leases John and Cnthorino Woldner to MmUlumm . x- -. 1. -r .J """ " II fJ c J" i vL itiicav. WLK7 WXi Xocal anb A a .A & A A A A A n R & Dermatine for all skin irritation. Mr. Elmer gan, Friday. Stiyison was in Lo- Mr. OhriB Holl went to Colum 1 bus, Friday. MrB. A. O. Brown was in Lan caster, Friday. Mr. E. E. Bright was a Capital City visitor, Friday. Mr. Joe Green was in Athens, Friday of last week. Miss Emma Becker spent Satur day in the Arch City. Mrs. Bert Stedem City visitor, Friday, was a Capital Miss Emma Westenhaver was in Columbus, Saturday. Mrs. Rug Hansel was in Colum bus, Friday, shopping. Mrs. John Buntz was a Capital City visitor, Saturday. Mr. F. M. McKay is spending a few days in Springfield. Judge S. H. Bright was a Capi tal City visitor, Friday. Mr. R. B. Lougtreth was a Cnpi ital City visitor Monday. Mr. John Easterling and wife were in Buohtol, Friday. Mr. W. S. Poston was in Colum bus, Monday on...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 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
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