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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 August 1906

r Hocking County Fair. Logan, Ohio, August 22, 23, 24 and 25. nBMOeRA T'SENTINEL. THE HOCKING SENTINEL, 66th, Year, Number 10. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 2Rth. Year. Number a8 Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCK1NQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County us M I ASCENSION. Has Boon Secured for County Fair. the. The outlook for the Hocking County Fuir is that it will bo tho largest unci host fair over held in tho county. Tho management have worked hard to make it a Biiccuss and everybody Hhould lend a helping hand and its success is assured. The railroad has furnished good accomodations. A shortlino train will run from the depot on Friduy and Saturday stopping at Gompf ' s and Hunter Btreot crossings whioh will save a long walk to depot. The fare will bo 10 conts each wuy. Ghildron under 12 years of ago will bo admitted FREE on Thurs day but must bo accompanied by parents on any other day. Send tho children on Thursday, police will bo ins...

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. — 9 August 1906

a matMfmm3SmP l py t- I 'i .. r ftV'VVVVVfc,VVVVVVfcVVVVV'VV'VVVVVVV lATTHE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. I 'n "IHBwk t &'VfcVV'VfcVVVVVVVVVfeVVVVfcVVVVVfc,VVVV L etter (Spunlnl Correspondence. Mlt. LESUIC M. .SHAW, secre 'tury of the treasury, Is u vory puculltii- iitit.ii. Knots of lils (' turyurun llu'fuctit of current history under Ills two si-em to lmvt no more effect on his inliul tlniti witter lius on the Imi-k of n full feutlieroil diii'k. Not long since In u speech In lown lie claimed tlmt there Is not one fourth us much tariff revision senti ment in the country now us there was si year ajjo, notwithstanding the fact that almost every county In which h spoke went for Governor Cummins nnd tariff revision with a whoop. Kven the Slmw-Dolllver congressional district did that very thlnp. It Is now certain that Cummins has enough delegates tarjij' revisionists to a man to renonil in j liim for Rovernor unless he is counted out. In which case the proba bilities seem to be that there wil...

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 August 1906

nf-fwitJHJ njwt,i 5E3sS5fc' JBTrn . J v. ) -n,i. !'-Js- -S ""was-SIV-l? BiT) FP in GUI LOOSE rnnni nimsii muni u m Is .the Message Republi cans are Sending Gov. Columbus, 0,, July 27. Will tho manly, ooungooiiH, iudcpon tlout voturH of Ohio bo compelled to repent thto fall 'what tliQy did bo nobly Inst your whon thoy ropu- dtutod nmohino rutu in politics? Developments In tliu ofllco of tho chief oxeoutivo of tho Htnte since Andrew L. JInrrls onturod upon thetdutiesof governor unswer this question in the atllrniati'vo most decidedly. Tho bund of tho political auto craj, is still visible in Ohio. The build is that of United States Sen ator Gburlos Dick. The proof of his autocracy is plainly ovidont in every tiling that Governor Harris has done since be took up the reigns which fell from the hands of the departed Pattiaon. But all the things are not trnnsjiiring without arousing a spirit of re sentment and a mountain of op position. A cry is coming up from tho anti-machine Republicans ...

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. — 9 August 1906

rf' tsw v-rf'""'w'frS5?555!'!S5!5SHp!p FV 3 HiX"BmiUl llfU'l;JH.Umimuwm.lU Jmn jL. Jim llLUMIgl! 1 1 JUL IHJiHWaTaJIIIII.l...LI-UlUHUMU- JB3" f DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A- WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. l'UllMSlUSD 15VKUV THUK9IMY MOHNINll. Tho Loejan Printing and Publishing Co- (tNCOUrOUATKD) 1'UULISUEHS. VlllOII. O.'LOWHY, Ih 0, ILwua, .1. H. .Dou.iso.v, I'ltKStDKNT SKOItKTAltV Kditou 0KP1CJ2: In I Million Block, South Door. lintoicil :it the. IViMollliT In Logan, CMuss Mall Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday, August 9, J 006. W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. Clerk of Court, Dan Solid ay. Ox Monday Mr. Dan Soliduy assumed the duties of Clerk of Courts, and he took hold of the work like the thorough business man that he is. We called on him in his ofllce and found him banging away on the record machine, keeping up the work as it conies in. He is facing a term of court but a few weeks away, but there is no moro thorough nor competent man could be inducted into oilice where all the w...

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 August 1906

' arvv&tfr " ie-iffyt7 S3C en r 1 arr I ,v it' t j I r jKlsssssSy fMZfflmEM' V vmyy UK DoliisorvGraham. Mr. R. 0. Dolliaon and Misa Audrey Graham, two of Logan's most poDitlar young people, were quietly wedded on last Wednesday oyening, at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Adaline Mo Donald. The marriage was solemnized by Rev. T. B. White, pastor of the M. E. Church here. Miss Clara Shannon was brides maid, and Mr. Ed, Lay groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Dollison will oc cupy the cottage at the north-west corner of Second and High Street where they will soon be at home to their friends, the Domocrat Sentinel joins in congratulations. Miss Maine Pierce expects to leave Logan soon for New York, where she will Bpend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Von Auer and may remain permanently. Mrs. Edith Ellison entertained a party of young friends in honor of Miss Pierce, last evening. Mrs. Joe Hoey, of Columbup, was the guest of Miss Jessie Wyatt, Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Snider has return...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 August 1906

. tnHna mmmmmmmi'Kmm "95 'fiLmmm HF gJRfa?- 'JfT gffif SM'tf ity -.-wfK ' tVJV.Jfj tyPf" 3 WIlUjIIUIIIHHH ipwuc-M J ! i1 -f?WiUfWqi USE e IM IM J - ! "' malk omm; HUD BY F.E.TRIGG REGISTER, rockford.ia: CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The lad thi't is wedded to a cob pipe at fifteen .seldom If ever afterward con tracts any other alliances that are worth a continental, It Is as true of people as of uuimals that the disadvantages of poor heredi ty are usually coupled with an unfa vorable environment. The fourth and lat spraying of the orchaid was made this year on Aug. 1 and was for the purpose of heading off the woik of the second brood of codling mollis. Hereafter a federal meat Inspection label will not only be conclusive evi dence that canned chicken is not can ned veal, but that It was tit for food when put under cover. Drawn poultry, game and fish may not keep in cold .storage as long as those unilrav. u, but at the same time they constitute a much more whole some and safer food produc...

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. — 9 August 1906

IKWs-'f "W iiwwaflawawiti HHHTCflHEB MWuivntnmmmmrnmmm i ?n' r" h i) li l K ngcyjaj;v-: wrrr Lffctt. MISS LILLIAN MUSQAT. A I'iiIiIiiii Artlut U'luini Work llrliift llor a t'i'iiioi-Iy Income-. Miss Lillian Miuurut of Chicago en joys the triple distinction of l)olii! thu hardest working young woman In thu world, or GtmiliiK nioro inonuy tlmn nny other woinun coiniiiiiiclul artist In tho world-u mucli greater Nmn nm 3 enrned by nny of her rivals iiinoug the stonier sex uiul of having worked her self lit within six years from nothing a week to an Income that Is princely. Only twenty-four years of age, she learned to draw fashion pictures In an engraving house, and now she has a studio of her own high up In Qulncy street, where she has all thu work she can do and la able to command prlees paid to fow If any of the fashion art ists In tho world. This fashion artist, whose drawings are seen In the advertisements every morning In thu Chicago papers and whoso work probably Is scanned by MJ...

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. — 9 August 1906

PK'gTpHwwwiw 'PWitwwujjyy J'Wftitni'? lTf;!faSP!l"!l'i "vfw!(!! r VymftygCtUfQ rtnm HH5HP 4Jmvm&mtm ? y 11 t gWt, Other-To W (' y l'ettit's purentd, Mr. and Mrs. J. tyffljm I Ji ' W. Dnunliour, of this place, SttaI IM? ' , Mrs. Jnmcs Francis and your y jk Cedar Grove. Quito a numbor from our village nttonded Clnldron's Day at Bethel on Big Pine last Saturda'. Mrs. Cheadle, of Mt. Pleasant, lectured on Missions lust Sunday at Wesley Chapel. Her discourse wis attractive. Mr. Clarence Kulklosch and James Flum called on Harry Gordon lust Saturday evoning. Mr. Al. and Jacob Baiuter, of our place, bought a wheat binder of Mr. James Hone, of Point Pleasant, last week. Mr. Homer Pluekliart, who has been seriously ill for some time, is no better at this writing. Mr. Loid Shannon, of Circleville, was the guest of Herbert Lovesey last Sunday. Mr. Isaac Justice, of our place, is in the emplo' of John Rolston of near Logan. Mr. James and Charley Flum bought a horse of D. C. Walker last week....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 August 1906

ir- '&. fc : Hocking County Fair, Logan, Ohio, August 22, 28, 24 and 25. .. Auditor's t"njfl' 8o,,t ' DHMO ENTINBU THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 35th; Year, Number 29. THE HOCKINO SENTINEL, 66th. Year, Number 11. l. A Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County (223 7 VS r S. i If COUNCIL mcltiuq: An Interesting Session on Tuesday Evening1. The regular meeting of the yil logo council was called to order at seven-thirty Tuesday ovoning by President of .Council Edgar Angle, acting in the absoncc of Mayor Dollison. An Clerk Grove was also ubsont, Solicitor Pottit was chosen as Clerk pro tern. Ex-Mayor J. E. Tritsoh and Ex Marshal E. P. Armstrong presented bills to the council for unpaid costs arising out of the prosecutions for road-tax last yoar. After some discussion the bills were allowod. Mr. Tritsoh was for $88.50 and Mr. Armstrong for $10.90. The bill Of Sanitary OlHcer Fields passed up by the Boa...

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. — 16 August 1906

-" "t ffiii'' - ' "f itiij'ftfa" --- i&appsw- "WKjapiWItl i'"P' iipPMyi-w,ilwil " pwf-P-4"'"'- h I K v. I i9l t t'liiaurw, .jAuuunijujm!.rf!muj,n1ij amn'MaKBi , in in niiiLLiw.jiiju wwii wwgw HOCKING COUNTY MIR August 2325. HIIIIIIIIKfln9ronwU GT,,,il 7 nr xji ' TLi n , JLU. Z. J L ' 'ifi.AC.lT.JHi JTIataMiatatam LLLMiaLiBBBKffi'ifrWi& 1HHHkPH W'llilwln III lilt tMMii vmSBW9fSm!Kk ivny. j Tif' ufiaii uiu- yryyeyapi TO COMBAT ELECTRICITY. How to Treat a Patient When Shocked. ,im Sip? Jfo Age 3Jt?at 3a Unrtlj irtowg Jin Dy CAPT. RUEU3 P. G. CANDAGB. (Atfcd BO) Secretary of Doeton Board of Mirlne Underwriter. w m1 vTOli Don't Fail to see the Grand Balloon As cension and Parachute Jump on Friday and Saturday, Aug, 24 and 25- Good races will be had every day. Three brass bands will furnish the music. Nothing has been left undone by the management to make this fair second to none. You can't afford to miss it. AH To Lead the Republicans to Victory. Columbus, 0., July 21. A cry is c...

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. — 16 August 1906

Tfy P" w & Hi fcwi urjrgtfp j aw, m vjt annans L06M TEAM VICTORIOUS In tho Gamo With Fast Congo To am. SEVEN TO ONE Score. Roinhard Pitched Good Gamo, One more eoulp whs added to Logan's vnried mid increuHlng col leolton lust Siiuduy, in tho guine played hero with Congo. In 11)05 Logun wuh led to tliu blook and literally slaughtered by tliiH team, by a score of lifteen to six. Ite vonge, npellcd with threo r's and u roll, was taken in Muh laHt game. The visitors were roiuowIiuL wunk- onod by the absonee of hoiuo of their old pluyorn. Bonnett, who pitched a Btar gamo for tlienl last year, waH wofully easy this time, boing touched for tenaingleH, nioRt of whioh were away out of any body's reach. Koinhurd, the young Columbus pitcher who was with the West Side Nationals when they played Jiore July 21, was in the box for Logan, and did beautiful work. Camp's bingling was tho prominent feature of the gamo. JonoB, a now man , played third for Logan, and made good in vory nice stylo. Ja...

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. — 16 August 1906

" n,"j!! i umu'XPwAHMmiH'mw"iiwMWH)uji!'ij aiH'Jtt MimmjuwiiuutMU'i Lit, mi xuuhaiaajnii iiiii'-uu.-JiMiuiJiuuLLL-iuimjiLJLULiLS.ii.g TiU-'UI-llMtJ.J .nil "1 F r. DEMQCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, I'lMlMHIMM) KVKKY TltUIISDAY MOItNlNC). Tho Loqan Printing and Publishing Co- (iNCOltl'OItATKD) L'UHLISIIEltS. Vittaiii C. Lowuv, II. G. IIansiol, .T. IJ. Dor.LisoN, I'llKStUKNT Skouktaiu ElMTOIt OlTICEf In Dolllson Block, South Door. Entered nt tho Postolllco In Logan, Class Mall Matter. Ohio, as Second Thursday August, 16, 1006. W- J. BRYAN, The Next President of the United States. Demo crat Central Met Ox Saturday afternoon last, pursuant to call the Democrat Central Committee of Hocking county met in the court room for the purpose of fixing time of Primary election, arrange for delegates to the several conventions. The Central Com mitteeman present were: Eli Watts of Benton, Adam Poling of Falls, D. V. Thurneas, J. N. SUtzer, Ed. Angle, and W. A. Henderson of Logan, J. E. Barron o...

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. — 16 August 1906

"Psp""' M liM . V I ? LOCAL MS. FOIt SALE A good one horse wagon Call on W, L. Qngo, Mr, nnd Mrs. Alfred Poling and Mr, and Mrs. Ilorb Hob nro spend ing ton days at Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Glms. Krlzoo, of Nolsonvlllo, aro visiting In Logan this week. Mrs. Hoiihon Spurrier and MrH. Ed. Ithodos, of Columbus, nro guostB of relatives liore, Mrs. Harry Gardner, of Bing hutnton, Now York, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Harrington, Missos Helen and Jullu Ward, of New Lexington, nro guests of Mrs. M. E. MoBrido and family. Miss Mary Vandervort, of Well Eton, is visiting 0. C. Pierce and family. fliiss Mabel bay roturneu on Tuesday from a visit of several months with relatives in Purls, Illinois, and Indinnnpolie. Miss Grace Bright and niece, Alius Grace Cumeron, of New Lex ington, ate guests of relatives in Logan. Miss Until Henderson has gone to Columbus where she has a posi tion in the olllco of Mr. Clarenoo McCray. MIbs Alice Schwenke left Sun day evening to return to Washing ton C...

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. — 16 August 1906

1?'S5?SW?Psfft,sf M PWBIIWMMiLLIllHU'.l-J - .11" M-'I-HHU I UJLLMJ , iiuipiiiuiARsam U'AJXiJlU ly'U1 -" imm B pjjrjygpWMiwB'a- tt J , 1 ( ' 1 f JOHN HENRY . IW A STREET CAR ' BY HTJOIT McHtTQH (timrgn V. llobftrt) -- y "Sla If imW " 'MR' IN Tllli Throw mo In the cellar unci battun down the hatches. I'm ii wreck In tho key ot G Hat. I slde-stcppcd in ninong a bunch of lniiRWiBe-heuvorH yesterday and ever slnco 1'vo boon Bitting on tho ragged edge with my feet hanging over. I was on my way down to Wall street to holp J. Plerpont Morgan buy a couple of railroads and all tho world seemed as blitho and gay as a love clinch from .Laura Jean Llbbey's latest. When I climbed Into the cable-car I felt like a man who had mailed money to himself the night before. I was aces. And then somebody blow out my gas. At the next corner two society Hash lights Hopped in and sat next to me. They had a lot of words they wanted to use and they started In. Tlie car stopped and two more of tho 400's leading ...

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. — 16 August 1906

fn "JffWV -v rwicwr- A w- wwy-n-w i"1? 4""7 5? fll W 1 5f jw Thrust Upon Him By OTHO B. SENGA OtpwrlpM, I90t, hit K. P. Parttttt SoUlra Hart looked the yaunjr follow iver keenly. "II ml'' fflvlup his pudgy hand to the clasp of tlia loiix, thlu ona extended lu grttetlug, "lUlph Heed, eh? And what do you do? Football, I suppusa, like the ret of tbesa doukeyst" Keod laUKhed good huthoredly. "No, ilr. Hart, I wouldn't stand the jjuost of a chance In a. rush, I'm on tho track team," "lie's the champion sprinter, papa," Interposed Elsie eagerly, "lie won tire points for the blue lu the intercollegiate contest!" Her father frowned at her euthml aim, ami Heed's thlu, brown fuce col ored, "You ought to run," crumbled the squire, coutlnulug his examination of the you uk fellow; "you're built Ilka a greyhound or n grasshopper!" Heed, outwardly at ease, flinched In wardly under the squire's keen scruti ny, Ills compact with the pretty Klila would be null and rold without her fa ther's consent, ...

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. — 16 August 1906

.MQfVfVfWS- XfTtfriia 0&)i68H. fc -E ) PI r, 4 r ft lt'' II ' J m rr 11 ! m n i.i i ,n im. iy ft III MMMMwHBJZfTfr4Zjj!s Fairview. Making I1113' is the order of the liny. SOU Mrs. Grunt Spurrier and Donuld, of Whiting, Indiiina, the guests of Mr. mid Mrs. K Tun sh. are Mrs. Stella Davis is reported sick at this writing. Miss Enitnu Iledick is spending a few days at Union Furnace. Miss Campsy Trimmer, of Cir cleville, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Irene Trimmer. Mesdames Clara Keasoner and Cnra Mauk, of Logan, are spend ing the week with relatives and friends, of this place. Misses Lwiit Zimmerman and Jennie Johnson, of Mt. Pleasant, spent Friday evening with Miss Ida Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Warner and children, Donald and Fae, of Mc Artliur, have been snending the past week with Mr. A. II, Zim merman and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis were the guests of Mr. Jimmy Cain and wife, of Chapel, one day this week. Mr. T. D. Trimmer and (laugh- ter Irene, made a busings- trip t...

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. — 23 August 1906

i(fiiS Hjp, j. i I0j H DEMO&RA T'SENTINBL. Ttlk OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th, Year, Number 30. THE HOCKlNa SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 12. 1l Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County 11 HI Br K l ,M IV l A GRAND SUCCESS Was the Annual Home Coming Picnie AT REMPEL GROVE Largo Crowd Prosont from Other Towns. TI10 groat blenuuinl homo coming of "tlio former HocklUK residents nud natives living In the northwest coun ties of the Rtato was held ut Reinpel's grove in this city on Thursduy. Wednesday at noon the home com ets began arriving and continued in a steady stream until 9:18 a. m. on tno morning of the monster pionlo nnd reunion. More than 6,000 homo com er ware in evidence and the oity was filled with them for two days. The weather man has been obstreperous on both occasions during the Hooking society mooting and ho put a damper on the proceedings until almost noon Notwithstanding the bad and t...

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. — 23 August 1906

Ia-v fTipMMf mktif-m L tMBT UUMJ.l JW,Jig W?" rr- SWm .. vt- V P nryir aisaBGnwiw MMMI MNHjssafisjBjSaj wt AKjb tSKU 1 ntKiH IWSIIMISS THE FARM CO-OPERATIVE ulJWi uUii And the Farmers of Hocking; County. This Hardware, Store company was organized by many far mers of this vicinity for the purpose of getting all implements and utensils to the farmers at first cost. The prices have been "TOO HIGH" and we have organized to make them right. Right now we are making a run on Fertilizers and Grass Seeds Guaranteed the best at the Lowest prices. Buggies, Wagons, Grain Drills, Disc Harrows and Breaking Plows at Cooperative Prices. I Paints, Oils and Builders Materials, Tin Ware and Hardware at 14 saving to you The National Cream Separator Is the BEST yet invented. TRY CNE. K emernoer Brother Farmer That we have for years paid too much for all our im plements. Now there is a "new deal" and a "square deal." We have advanced the money for this big stock of goods, and only ask profit enough for r...

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. — 23 August 1906

W3X3 "f rtwiamigyawawaaiia t wsu V i? w U laXCttHfrflmXi VuM UUaOflM AAXU-I, JLt XALiaQ&OSim &&&&&&&&&&& I Ire is Torn Catalogue " House liiiil Ug $ Figures to provo and goods to show. Whon you soo Catnloguo Houses' criticism f about buying at homo, it a JUST confession that wo DO sell as cheap as they HI I 4 Tlioy Leave You to Pay the Freight. They Leave You to Pay the Drayago. They Leave You the Trouble of Unpacking. We Stand Back of What Wo Bell. lUlllftllft ! We Q,viote a. FEW PRICES Tho.v Ave SEARS. KOEHUOIC & CO. CATALOGUE NO. 116 Facts Article I'ago N- Kltohen Cupboard - 702 1D782 Kitohot. Cupboard 702 1D782 Kitnlien Ouphornd 702 1D704 Kitchen Ci nbcmrd ChalrB 001 1DG1 High Chulr 08 1D258 High Ohnlr 1D20B Kookor 0 1D2D0 Kookor : 0"7 1D4G0 Kitchen Cabinet 701 1D77J Folding Tuble 715 1D1108 Stand 715 1D1204 f- Lndioa Desk 718 1131822 Bed Springs 740 1D2815 lied SprlngH 740 122781 Kitchen Table . 700 1D740 Price $ 4.16 4.90 8.4...

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. — 23 August 1906

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