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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 November 1909

TflfV,- V ac Pfr I U y ' . 1 - XX Xocal anb Mr. Charles Nail was in Lancas ter Monday. Fresh fish every day at Lowrie's Fish Market. Mr. A R. McBroom was in sonville, Tuesday. Nel- Mr. Robt. was in town Wright, Tuesday. of Marion, Mr. Clarence Kyle of Athene, spent Sunday in Logan. Mrs. Charles Wiight wab a Nel sonville visitor Tuesduy. Born to Mr. und Mrs. Charles Quinn, Nov. 18th, a boy. Mrs. T. E. Warren was a guest of friends in Lancaster, Monday. Clerk of Courts ID. was in Murray City, business. M. Soliday Tuesday, on Lena and Homer Snider, of Somerset, Ohio, are visiting rela tives here. Mr. Ed. Wade, of Columbus, is spending a few days in Logap among friends. Miss TreaBO Till accompanied Miss Mtry RilT to the Gallipolis hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Helen Bowen returned Sat urday fiom a week's visit with Nelsonville friends. Miss Jennie Mathiaa, of Eater prise, is spending several days with Logan relatives. Miss Dennis of Columbus, spent Sunday in Logan, the guest of her aunt, Mrs.-...

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. — 25 November 1909

6ttHtihwirim&fr'$i-'r 9mwHmmMr iwwiWmw!W 11iyMriiJTgg "S5T"VV Jm . TrsTPv ltv I tir m lilt inTuSW tfmicliw 1 ImmI BMMMMnMMMMMWMMWfflA(P9WV99 WH I. ' .. . Two Standard Papers at a Bargain Price t I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 BB -BBl A proposition has boon made us by which avo are eiuiblod lo offer THE DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL and tho CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, one year for Jpl.t) The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer has been con verted into n 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 i bargain price is al ways in demand, and as this olVer may bo with drawn at any time, our readers are urged to take advantage of the offer now. Don't Wait Send 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 ad...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 November 1909

''fsa!'r7r tl jyWfc XZ&iiiifimti,w&flrtd51M2flrtjiriilBmiJi A&Jdxx3t I k. 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 ii&s.imiwilltoljafr'hii'lifr'fagl V11' B2S2S2i2Sis3iiS2Sia m urMiT d Full of STYLK, full of COMFORT and full of WfiAll. This combined with perfect fitting qualities describes our mens $2,50 Shoes. They have the appearance of higher priced shoes, being made over the snmo stylish lasts that the more patents, gun motais anu msEmgmast -n ) T " Xocal anb WJJ Jt A V JJ JJ Jv V 0J & JJ vv I Use Dermatino after shaving. Miss Moudo Myers was a Lan castor visitor, Sunday. Mr. Charles A. Wright was in Columbus, Wednesday. Mr. Donald McLain was Lan caster visitor Saturday. Mrs. John Bright was a Sunday visitor in Kuchelinaoher. Mrs. Henry Smith was a visitor in Lancaster, Wednesday. Mrs. Jane Unger Sands was a visitor in Columbus, Sunday. Fish and Oysters at Lowrio's Fish Market on Main street. Mr. George Unger was a Colum bus visitor last Friday evening. Big dinner and supper 20c...

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. — 25 November 1909

EEETTSa EIKmf?S2H t-'jhjiw.-j jTr5 B Adlers h i JP "'i 'vc avw a bh . Qtjjirmj; t i JttpwjtCTjHwK" tal rE believe thoroughly in the merit Clothes and sincerely feel that no other garments this Country produces can be justly compared from a "QUALITY or from a STYLE standpoint." Our ex perience with this apparel has taught us to recognize the exceptional merit these garments possess. We feature them because we know they will afford our customers a kind of satisfaction which we do not believe it possible to procure in any other make. "Are you ready to buy your new Fall Clothes?" 1E are showing a splendid array of styles in Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men, from which you would have no difficulty in making a selection. We invite you to call at our store whether you want to buy or ' merely look Union Clothing Co. TOP-TO-TOE Opera House Block John Ohlinger Edward Deck t, aamamz x'xor Xocal anc Mr, Will Stone wns in Lancas ter, Monday. Mr. Wm. Cook over Sunday. wus Columbus Mr. Ja...

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. — 2 December 1909

.w. "Y fH DEMOeRATSENTINBU IT ,JT jr THE oniO DEMOCRAT, 37th Tear No 48 TBI! HOOKINO SENTINEL 68th Ytar Ho 19 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1909. Tht Only DmoortioPpt h th Ooaat Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar PrTar MMtft&&HBM&SttKttu. m; ai 'w i . Memorial to Rev. J. B. Mathias Wo II vo In a variety of rotations, of oooup'itlons, of plonsurbs, of suH'erings, of possessions, of privl logos, of opportunities. Of nil theso, and of everything olso tlint pertains to oiM'tli it ml timo, tlontli is tho (iiiul cIobo. Kvcry marriago must, booh or Into, louvo n widow or widowor; ovory birtli u mourning parent or nn orphan child; ovory grooving family, bereaved brothers or be reaved eistors; every friendship, a solitary friend. Hut tho Christian docs not look upon death and tho grave with so much of dread nnd repulsion as did Job; ho can look upon them not only without fear, but with feelings of triumph. This is not because death and tho grave are changed, but bec...

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

fJ1vww-r"r?i"W'!ifl MmMnwM fafaVi'WrljKi' i w3SrC TinOijti W "T7i T n l2&2Ega2iaa MEN'5 $2.50 SHOES & CI earance Full of STYLIO, full of COMFORT and full of WEAR. 'Phis combined with perfect fitting qualities describes our menu ftiJ.oO Shoes, They have the appearance of higher priced shuos, being made over the samo stylish lasts that the more expensive shoes are made over. We are showing them in button and bluchers, in patents, gun metals and kids. STEDEM & CO. Tailor-Made Suits -nflw -cym- fro- " Sale V I I DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription .1.00 per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. 1'lTnl.IHlir.H 1SVKUV TUUItHDAY MOHNIa. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNCOKPOHATKIl) rUHIilSUKIlU VlHfltt.U. I-OffllV, II. 0. HA.NSKI., .1. 11. Dol.LIHON, Cham. II. Ukck - Asiid. J'ltRHIDKNT HnCHKTAKV Kditou Krn'i'Dit .v Manaukk OKKH'K:!!! JItilllaon llluuk, Houtli ioor Ktitprcil ni coorid ;ins Matter Uclolior l I'M, nt lint l'OSl Ollk'C lit I.Urfltll. UlllO, uiiilor Act of Coniri'8s of Aim...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

r '""fj PttarmattreirttwM tJMafciiMaiMflsiistMauaei , . . fr f. -jf.t, ima'.rwj- n ii'i'" wuniftw nwpnini'iininriwiiii tmwpiMgfirPP))fF "tg .?.,! W'!NW Mu jpaijnm'iTjimiwnniiiiin.if i muwj IT MB ITi. n &h r-. EDWej y ;rt u. -j-1 shburn-crdsbycoe dMedalFiodB VjunllVL? sa . tL 4VW &.:;zw$s&z m?m exchange - n'eVvs notes BllliS2S2SiS2S-S2i2S2 a itocai ano ipergonai "sr Derinatino for nil skin irritation. Mr, Sain Snider, of Lancaster, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. Clorenco Kyle, of Athens, spent Sunday in Logan. Mrs. Harl Barthlow wus in New I'lyraouth a day last week. Mr.&nd Mrs. Martin Gobs were in Logan, Friday of last woek. Dormatine for chapped face and hands, cuts, burns, gargle, etc. Mr. and Mrs. John Collins spent Thanksgiving in Now Plymouth. Mrs. John Bunt, was in New Straitsville a few dcys last week. Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Wonn spent Thanksgiving in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tolbert, of Lancaster, spent Thursday in Lo gan. Mrs. Margaret Shrader is vieit iag relat...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

sfiwrap- K (CAm-ryYrrs&' tfvm-'' acuwy r M'-.mt"i"Vyyii -iW iwniiammtMM - .fin-nmw wi wnnywy fnnwM9 ii'it.i.." .i.jiiipi.iihiiu'i u.mVi ,in...iFjijmiMn.ii hjhihwkhijii iilriiwiawwaMBfctwrmwiwywitt iBi.niMiifcii.j.i. nninjfrMm-.,.,, iuim .i i.,wi iw i.i i.iijjm o , - - - 'nnw"?f qt-w"' ' "f-'i'y' wr tbrfti I mmta ihimiiJ wmtmmm I LADIES, IflMnaMHWHMHHH Of Business Basis Necessitates Our Selling all Our - - New Fall and Winter Shoes - -- mm AND C1DB WEAR AT COST AI BELOW COST We have arranged to change our line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes, and though we have an up-to-date fall and winter line in stock now, wc hclicve we have made a good move for our store and our customers in purchasing a different make of Shoes. Therefore, what wc have must go at cost to make room for the big line that we have ordered. This is the greatest sale of Ladies and Childrens Shoes that has ever been put on in Logan. All new and up-to-date Fall and Winter Ladies Shoes at cost. LET US CONVINCE Y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

it&tix:iiilL:u"toJM&3mSxxii;eut: KIMM i ' a tiij'UBnmi'ii in, miim im mi m ! inmi iwn ib.ii iium i iiLtvuiBssrNsiramjiiamMm,amn' jjuiif lU wwwiii mh mhiu..iu ijw w )WLTMI3eB2ai wrw xii.-Wiawtrif t,i-rriu.. ,iMaaui,j:ii'.riifL'fla'u y M ! v ill Hi T M i' WI",VV ff I 'ft I I V I vl l I s.S' i v 13 I JE .. X X .. OK? i ocal anb personal ?1M1??1 Mr John lirvon of Sugr Grove, Was In Li)(.an Tuesday. Mr. T B Wnrron win in Go ltimbus, Monday, on buslnoao, Frcnh FIpIi and Oysters ovory iltiy itt Lowrie's Fish Market on Main Htrcet. Mr. and Mrn, VVeiley Snidor and little daughter Mury Knthryn woro tlio Thankpglving guests of tlie lattor's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Root. Fj(7. ;ornld ut McArtlutr. Wo aro glad to noto that Dr. M. H. (Jhcrrlngton is again nblo to bo out, aftor a sevoral weeks selge of rheumatism. Mre. 0. W. Sohwonko will epond tho winter with her son in Mntteu wan, N. Y., lei-vlng Wednesday of this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Holler, of Luncaster, Mr. lHaac C'laypool, MIbs Ivad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

(.vir-'-'-r'nT" ''1iiltfr-&litf "1 . ':t. S Death of Mrs. Julius Weiss On Wedfi"i)av. Nov mher 21 i when all ibe ii unuy r.und w e preparing for the fettiviiii h of Hie hnppy Thankoglvlnir day, tlioi Lome of Mr. .Julius Weiss, in Log-1 an was saddened by the dr-ath of tho good wife nnu unit her. olio wub ono of Loguti's mobt nob'e women, loved by till her relatives, noighbors and friends, and highly roapcoted by nil who know jicr. Sho v as Dorn at Hruhl in the Dutchy of Baden, Germany, on January 28. 181U beiiu sixty-ix years, two months and twonty seven days old at the time of her death. In enrly childhood she was left an orphan and thrown upon tho mercy of strunger-. On the twen ty firft day of August, 1SC8 she whs raurried to Mr. Julius Weiss, to which union were born tix children, tho oldest two having preooded her in their infancy, Mr. and Mrs. Weis flret lived in Mason City, Wett Virginia, and in 1882 moved to Logan whero they have resided until hor death. Like all childre...

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. — 2 December 1909

hr""ar -" wttaaMuflrr'MMa.aA - t- bitfiffifaUaJitftiiftaiia3a"J!Lltiitll L-'lfT.gTl ifiirwiwifyai w ii i.iiijj ttjPJP W if J y i & "0 s I) W u '0. v v H p 1 waft The from Royal vysu -&ti',gA Makes S& D'- la Mr. Henry Loach wna in Coluni bua, Sunday, Mrs. Will Wauyh was in Enter prise, Friday. Mr. Claude Union was in Enter prise, Sunday. Tho Uif; Doll Sale, this week only, at Hort's. Mr. Guy Robinson was in Co lumbus, Sunday. Mr. Phil Rochester was in Co lumbus, Saturday. Hort's Holiday Opening Dec. 9, 10, 11. Don't miss it. Mr. Eph Shaw, of Gnrbonhill, was in Logan Saturday. Mrs. Hoy Oomly was in Colum bus, Friday of last weak, Mr. John Allen was a Sunday guest of friends in Newark. $7.00 CHICAGO AND RETURN VIA Hocking Valley Ry. Friday, December 3rd., 1909 Return Limit, Dec. 0th., 1!)0!) Account Tenth Annual International Live Stock Exposition , The AVorld's Greatest Edu cator In 13 reeding, Raising, Feeding and Finishing Live Stock. Exposition will continue from Nov. 2...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

t,..,,.,.. ' !fgeP5rssH(rH?i!pl'' 1f7W f !5"CS!F! " 3. rC - l "Hf1 wv- c v S J J ' VllgUWV?raWMWJWlggCyM.WW''W'M Smokeless Until science discovered n way to construct the Automatic Smokeless Device, and make It completely dependable, all oil heaters had one common great fault smoke. With the advent of the Automatic Smokeless Device, and its practical application to the -.--. nmvv ?!Ppw4i&ttSXB9 You mav now have all the where vou want it without the annovance of smoke or odor, Brass font holdq 4 quarts of oil, which permits a glowing heat for 9 hours, Brass wick tube damper top cool handle. Cleaned in a minute. The Perfection is beautifully finished in Nickel or Japan. Every Dealer Everywhere. If Not At to the Nearest THE STANDARD OIL (Incorporated) BllSlneSS Administration at the State House. Additional evidence of tho busi ness methods that obtain under the administration of Governor Harmon is to be found in an olll cial statement submitted to the governor by Adjutant General W...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

3jt9siffS3nKBn -jtmnmHiTHrtiiTiliWhiiiMn n,,-, -i ftifr 'titiiiiVinMrii -r, , , (yrrfl" fr Tiff-Mr rut f-rmift Mm! miii i ii r-.iiriiiiiiiitii.Mii-tvwmramiwiir J. ll. . I'tf 1 m IV, A w i i 9 h PJ u-pjjrfimjir.crf-XijigiFiiiniiiiiiiijMiimni4lJ iliers IT is reasonable to believe' that we would not constantly dwell upon the merit of Collegian Clothes if our experience had not taught us to thor oughly respect the EXCEPTIONAL VALUE one obtains when he buys a garment of this well known make. IN QUALITY they have no equal. The BEST OF MATERIALS throughout is one of their strong characteristics. When it comes to the QUESTION OF STYLE we have never seen other gar ments which possess these ARTISTIC LINES and which so strongly appeal to Men and Young Men who demand every feature of Fashion. W E would like our NEW STORE in the Opera House Block and show you these NEW STYLES in SUITS and OVERCOATS and let us try on your size WHETHER you want to BUY OR NOT. YOU'LL BE PLEASED WITH THE GARMENTS AN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 December 1909

rAfFSr!1" y. .( -&-'-ft'V,WWte'' F' y i 4 u VI IU IfUfcHtHMI iwv'uwiMi2ggww "SgjSgJjgggiSSSgTgy I Use Dcrmntino lifter Mmvltig. Mr W. W. Keynes was In Hock icy, Monday. Mr, ilulin Collins wits in Murruy City, Mnndoy. M. Kd Klilnnnlth was in Co lumbus, Tuesday. Mr. Jonas 1utton, of Nelson villa, whs In Logan, Sunday, Miss .lowed, of Athens, was the gnest of Logan friends, bunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hitd Harden were Sunday guests of friends in Mo- Arthur, Fresh Fish and Oysters every day at Lowrio's Fish Market on Main street. Mrs. Hoy Comly spent trom Fri day until Sunday in Columbus with relatives. Miss Lucilu Allen was a Lancas tor visitor yesterday, the guest of Mrs. Margaret Gardner. Mrs. Ann Stindley has been vory bnd pick for some weeks, aud is yory little improved at this time. Miss Uuth and Helen Dowd, of Wellston, wero the guests of their cousin, Miss Nelle Bray, lust Sun day. Tho Women's Foreign Mission ary Society will moot with Mrs. Geo. Hongst on Tuesday after noon. Dr. an...

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. — 9 December 1909

mimiiil rniiwuwC ME DEMOeRATSENTlNEL. Ui'tnTa o n ' tM 6niO DEMOOItAT, 27th Tr No 40 iSB'llOOKINO BENTlNnii 68th Toar Ho 20 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909. The Only DtmoorttlcPftptr in tht Oonntjr Olroulatlon 3000 On DolUr Fit Ym nMitlii-'i1i-ff-1T-rr-'rTrJnrriri-iml-Tfff'ITrfr-r''T-1iinflrifi1irrrniTTrtflf--'-t T- ..i1mnMM a i r in ,itttritmia,tiUmumMmmMfMnlimuiaimtmmtmim lu I ' ' i. r a N r i I , I w K U" U ' I' f Marlon Mm Poling and family spent Sat urday ahd Sunday with Fred l-'rels"-nor unci ramlly near Bremen. Mr. and Mis. (Jlllford Starkoy and Mrs. lUy attended services at Ihe.oUl Marlon church, Sunday. Mrs. Uo.'-a Bright or Glnclnnall, Is making an extended visit with L. D. Wright and family. Oliver. Ernest and Fred Memory, Willlo liafnmond, Stanley St. Olalr and Ynltcr Butter, and the MlsSes Addlo and Leuta Huttur, Minnie and Lucy Sheets, Mary and Lillian I abort en and Olara HuiT attended church at Jit. Tabor Friday evening. MlssJIertha Mowory of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

&tttMMMM -a 'a a a -at -a .a CLEARANCE SWI Tailor-Made Suits If e "- "r Every Garment in our immense stock g will be offered at One-half the regular g price until sold. g No Juggling of Prices Here Every one a bonafide bargain, and all g marked in plain figures. g St- g. These Prices Are Just Onehalf Off : g 15.im Worsted Suits, !" inch coat, full Satin Lined, Waited Skirt, Mack or Navy, at .. Sis.oo Storm Serge Suits, 40 inch coat, full satin lined, one of the bigpest sellers this season, avy, Hlack, Taupo or Olive, at ... l!i:0 or $2." DO Suits, 45 to 52 inch coats, full satin lined, plaited or plain Skirt. Made in Hioadcloth or all wool. Worsted, in colors as follows: Hlack, Navy, Taupe, Green, Oarnet, Canard Hlue and Catawba, reduced In price to S12.50 and $7.50 $9.00 I; 00. 11.25 &t :g S Those Suits arc all standard make, such as Printzoss, La Vogue and Woolcraft st 3 garments, which bespeaks the highest art attainable in suit manufacture. No g seconds, no odds and ends...

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. — 9 December 1909

J" Ik-I ' imyfiifrr i11 ri'T1 rtiiii'iiii iii'wnrnT.vldiil'iiIi uWfrifiir.Wrt v v w $k' ; v r . r y JGERCT552I Be An Early Caller Wo want to make a request to every reader of this ad. Tills is It -Will you shop Just as early as you can this X'masV Everyone understands tho ad vantage of seeing the displays at their best, hut not enough people take advantago of these advantages. Wo have chosen our Holiday lines with a great deal of care, and the prlcos arc right. Hi fact every argument Is In favor of Shopping Early Will you favor us with an early call. Kessler Bros. Leading Jewelers OCAL NEWS Don't mise Bort'a Holiday Of en !" Mr. Russell Davis spent Sunday in Columbus. Mr. Lew Littlejohn of Lancast er, was in Logan over Sunday. Hie Holiday Opening Doc 9, 10 and II. Bort & Co. Mr. George Tucker of Now Straitmlle was in Logan Monday. It's a Big Time at Bort'a store during the Holidays Mrs T. Wharton, of Hiyden ville, was a Logan visitor Satur day. MiBS Emma Curran of New Strait9Vtl...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

mmmm 5 rc""""- i&W yfrivvnafk- i. jiui i iiji 'ir.wi mnu Vq"'HWton.ii uinmm.'iijillliiaiiiOTiimn iwrf(i miit"iwtiiumit'iim'idtMi'i''''1 '"" iw ii.iiwm iViLplWHy ). ,., .' ik i (iiuifnwinMiiwfHlili'mii'i"ijri f ijj." ' ii . in J' yyimr(mwmiiBiuiwiiiiM iMiiffijUi.im'i'wwW''M"'Ji'.',M''Wt' "'" pMlk4Miamm,mimttwmmmMmmmmmmmmmlmmmamimmmmimimmmmmmmem ROCKER (Large Upholstered) piiDm nty v hwhs MY (See Window) A Chance With Each 50c. Purchase. CltfsFiriM&S 77 Gallagher Ave. Christmas Gifts of nil kinds can be had at our store. We have been anticipating a very large Christmas Trade this year, so we have stocked our store accordingly. Wo have n good up-to-dato line of miNlTrUK, STOVER, SEWING MACHINE?, IMC'ITKES, MIKIIORS, ETC. You can find just what you want for your friends here. BUY NOW, AND IfAYE IT SET AWAY WE DELIVER IT WHEN YOlT WANT IT. SSsz- A Few Suggestions -sas Book Cases China Closets Library Tables Tables Rocking Chairs Chairs Morris Chairs Princess Dressers Corner or Ir...

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 December 1909

w... r it ,.,7,-,11 w;,iyyHir fc-l IMMMWIHW j mjetuu uwmim fii.ui)u'I gcaacn'wtt tfn WJuovwijjW&iJSKywT rJiiwuatWJiwuKrajtaffiitJiJMOttvmw IKJMHSM Tin (1 -ot (y'rniitjcriioy In tnw n nt Cumlj'rt Judge F. l. Mtirtin was In (Jo- $ lumbus, Moiidny. The I'o.xlotllcn i being decorated by Mr A'iwb luker. Mrs W. W, IvnyneH wns u ,Oupl tnl CJI t jr visitor, Monday. Mr Hums, of lluydoiivlllu, wob a Logan visitor Sunday. Kl rfTfrwwfrrt" " " iMtwtfrirtiiMrMiwMn'rtMniniiiTVwwiirwMitiaMwiMii iMwiwraoJwttaMWiiWiji'Wliiiigawwou .,.- , ... - ..... .. - - -" ,..-.-- . I 0mmmmKmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmn I i &&&MkmiMWMmW 2W2fm&ZmM WmXS9MKSBf0&mSBS1k- 11 aMKSmSmJ. mStWm&mffl siiWWi-Smwwl&mSSSwim K f I i 3i fc l B !, s 1 0 I . PK II t i Havoyoii hud Kicliolluti mince meat; its lino Cotnly'H. Mr. Geo. Shuw was In Lancas ter, Alondny, on business. Mr. nnd Alrg. 0. (J. Wcllzell wore in Columbus, Monduy. Mr. I'rmon Uulon, of Lnneas; ter, was in Logan over Sunday. Mr. Knm...

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. — 9 December 1909

fnr S"F";T5 ainmmmjmiHmnH Something never before heard of in the MILLINERY BUSINESS. In order to clean up our stock and be in shape for Spring goods, we have put the price on everything in our line at figures that will please you. Some of our Trimmed and Pattern Hats will go for less than Manufacturers cost. BEGINNING DECEMBER 9th, and lasting throughout the entire month. If you do not get what you want early in this sale, you may get left, so don't be late. Note the very low prices below Ladies' and WERE $3.50.. 3.75.. 4.00.. 4.50.. 6.00.. 2.50.. 3.00.. 5.00.. 6.50.. 6.25.. 2.25.. WORTH .$5.00 . 5.50 .. 6.00.... . 675 . 7.00 . 3.50 . 4.00 . 6.50 . 7,50 , 7.25 . 3.25 Velvets, Silks WERE $1.25.. 1.00.. 70c. 50c. 75c 20 and 15c. 25c A large assortment of Buckles, Ornaments and Pins at 10 and 15 Cents each. DON'T EVER DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription 1.00 per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBLISIIKD KVKKY TJIBHSDAY MOIINUJO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INt'OHl'OKATKD) 1'UBL.IHHE...

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