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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

tmm9ttwm WmWWlwMIi1l11rAlBtTHBlt ,-rttai.jga,.jt4-. -jaw-jk ,!. .tA. . Aw, J I ' t:i ' u Vi K I ! WUWWJMMII 'MH'JI.;jJJJHJHP-JUIJdBlllJJHJ-,illl.lJ.Il-' ifiIIUJiJTPWlrnfPM 2 ?v Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious OBfZr- Powder Absolutely Pure No fretting over the biscuit making. Royal is first . 1 trxt m Oa - 2iu to many a cook's success Obituary Lottie, diMightor of Jacob anil Martha LindBey, wan born Decern her 0, t8f(, died November 22, 11)00. aged 12 years, II months and 10 days. Who loavos to mourn their loss a fathor, inothor, six brothors and four sistors, besides a host of relatives and friends Catiso of her death wob organic dlsoaso or tlio heart. Her rick ncsB was of short duration which she ondured with much patience. Lottio was a peaceable, good hoarted girl and was lovod by nil that know hor, Sho has gone from a world of sorrow and trouble to a world of poaoo and joy, where there will bo no death, sorrow, troublo nor parting of friends. Wo b...

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 December 1909

yw1'","' -mmerm 7$ m iTf"-" riM" wnw. ft'. " w. .w.nfani it 0ittoammm "WHWRW' TiiFoiilO UNIVERSITY. ? The First Collcgi in the Old Northwest. Many Hocking County 1'cupte ' liilucaleil in Her Halls. - i It is a ilolijihtful ciuiipi t try on . tho wi9ilnui n lid fortftuht of t lio ' founders of Ohb, when thu III tory unci iusliktuoite ol'.the 0 10 UnivorMty nt A them urc read, i That thefo inon, MX bundled miles nvy from whete tiny weto to make their honiiH In tho wcods of Ohio, should think of estab lishing n r-ollegn is ouo of tho unlquo experiences In the found ing of states Most pioneers would bo two much engrossed in and building homes, clenriug forests, laying out roads, to even remotely contemplate tho idea of providing u higher education for the youth. Tho land purchased from the United States government by the Ohio Company embraced 4,000,000 ucres in tho eoutli-eastorti part of Ohio, The townships of btarr, Green and Ward in Hocking coun ty, were included in this purchase. -F...

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. — 9 December 1909

llWiiW'WrtM i -5?r?5 irwifwnrniwimiin fwwirwCStUrt wwurtrtu.ig..u-.'ttJw;j..'SrT- lMaiM rftoWMiqyt ""T"TTrrmrrrrtfi i mj mwwiwii. o y ,1 i i , y : l ! ', B Clirlstmns 8li()ii!i!i It may Hitfoly bo nestimod that puro thoughlessnoss nnti narolcPH no83 uro nt tho root of tho nntu Ohrtsttuns onttgol i ti In tho shops. 'J' ho uvorngo porsiin deH not stop toconeldor tho loud of misery with which ho burdens html working Bitlopglrls ii nd othor otnployoou of thoahopi, ovoii to tho lonst, pimply booauso ho delays making IiIb pur aliases until tho luyt Tow days boforo tho '25th day of December. It la through no luck of consldora Hon for tho comfort und feeling of thoso public Borvonts,porlinp8, that most persons commonly procrusthi nuto in this Important mattor, Tho nverago parson Just doesn't think; he forgets until tho 21st or 22nd or ovon until tho 24th, thon rushes aimlessly about gets mixed up in a swarm of others who havo boon equally helpless, and finally omorges, ontlroly diBsatls flo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

r!M7yet'.''gawaByiy w,tHM?s&fiif-'&!,i 0itmrmwiwitoimiSt&fru mAtmi&fytyrJ tsjv i wun1)i w,mwf mTiTriHiw.iiu wtowi i n wain fm-jjil"iniw npMMBfMHyOKRHflnKlSSlt! HL1. MWJWWBWyjj1 LOCAL NEWS Mr. I J. Tjiiulley was in Athens, Sunday l I I III! I II Mr. llonry Kueeler was ft Lan caster visitor Sunday. Mr, George Locke, of Chicago, was In Logan, Wednesday. Mrs. Poling is the guest of lir mother, Mrs, A. M. Brown. Mrs. Ellon Armstrong was n visitor in Columbus, Sunday. Dr. Knrnest Hauoh, of LincnB ter, was in Logan, Wednesday. Tho Hand dance on Friday night of last woek was a pleasing suc cess. Mr. J. L. Blosser, of Carbon hill, was in Logan, Tuesday, on business. Mrs. John Dougherty and son James, wont to Parkereburg, Sun day, for a visit. Mr. Rob Work had as hie plies' s last week, Mr. and Mr?. Allen Smith, of Now Matamoris. Mr. and Mrs. Vills7ienb nir, of Columbus, wore recent visitois with Mr. and Mrs. Will Snidtr. Mr. J. J. Kollar, who uttended the International Stock ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

y-Ofr-" -UnM -i .- Tf-rrnnfii Twtwiini iiiiiiwniin.mri nMlWuHrlBe. W(ilitt3liMl warjat -s Ll t - Ai--i.' .ma: MlNMMMltt - lliijiiniiinimiiniiiiimmiijijwv Wiwwwwwyppi r,'"".,iBar:u.rs: a: 'i.:Wj;7iKJHmg.lB!iftgWMHHaBlWi Hmmr!l.4iMUIHH91 's IF VIM JmwlV f -- -w., i.?L&aar5a: H niii MVii flBBVHSI yBSSHiV BKHHB MtH flHMHIM SHBHBK vfliPl tt"" ' ''2a I ). tlr J ? w v V.I f V fc . P rj f I Always to the front with a complete line of HOLIDAY GOODS. Remember we are headquarters for Candy, Nuts, Oranges and Green Vegetables. Owing to special arrangements with the largest candy house in Ohio, we are able to make prices that will actually surprise you. Think of candy at 5c per pound. Special prices to teachers and large buyers. SEE PRICES IN THIS PAPER NEXT WEEK iMMBMKgmHHBiattJMMaMBHMBBBMBMMMMMBMHMMHMiMMMMMB gilin i l il tl II l III 'i' '' ''"f""1 ' . - M At this time of the. year our thoughts are turned to Christmas and the usual question presents itself as to what to buy. Don' t ignore t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 December 1909

iv'"f 'Ag"tyj 'j-y t4t'jfitf , i .iinf.i.iJwu.'i1"11 "'"i" ill i.iii iiimiuinjuwp LASIUS SON 'nir , nt?j-vi -i- .. i....rniii ' iiii ' i.j i, A '.r "i1,,:.. 4 I I - I .JL-uUhBMI tijlifn IWmiMI.i. i.h...! ii i i mmmmmm I lmHMilMi.' i Ull I iw.il.ni " ' T; frffmTTre-tltirv;J.ri;-n--IIT-1rrT lll IfW -MiWtrHjJIH"lll,U WIJWMMlM 1 BMTiamimiBmipWWiMniiiBiai imiiw iwwTfrTrm tt i IBS USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS It is needless to state that a useful holiday gift is always the most acceptable. But we desire to call your attention to the fact that we have made very extensive preparation for a large Christ mas business, and for that reason you will find here a very large assortment of gift things from which to make your selections. The stock is large, the prices are varied, but the values are ii"izz3ziiz- always the same MENS COMBINATION SETS $1.50 Silk Four-in-Hand, hose and handkerchief to match. 8 new plain shades boxed together, $1.00 and Suspenders, arm bands and garters, all new styles and patter...

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. — 16 December 1909

ma ssr aBasr -mi (fcHMWtew akww " V BEMOeRAT'SENTINEL. ran onto democrat. 27thY.rNo go THE ItOOKINQ SENTINEL 08th Ter No 21 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1900. Tht Only DiocrtUPpr In Ihi Omnij Olt cahtloa 8000 One Dollar Fit Tim wafrKj.aa wmnmifrMrtpytuwfyjiik?mb M M MmLjj Ji in ! sir m i R COUNCI L ROC DNS On Tuesday night tho village council met in regular session af ter a vacation of threo woekB All inombors woro present except Kloinsmith. The Hyo mambers w it'll Major ThurnosB and Village Attorney H. M. Whitcraft rotirod to .the Echool board room and con sulted largely upon the happy date of iiiruire called a civil suit brought'by one, S. S Rublo in the sum of $ 1 2 f 00 for a cortain horse that the plaintiff claims was let to tbo'fl o department and injured. Upon returning to the council chamber the business started off in good shape and the various re potts of village officers were sub mitted and approved as follows: WATKIt WOKKS DKI'T. RKI'ORT. REOEII'TS...

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 December 1909

V?M SfpWP v-wwr- 'nwOTqpTSfreaiir 's. PflipH 5 IMKBKBIBrtRBHfflWffilBffllBKiBRRBWWttMAp .,, WHImiCTl.l II ... MIWHH.II.1'1 I J l.,,.H11lll"'l Hl.....lH......W,e..ll L MiMMmiMIIl I 11.111 . H I.HWiOtalM Jllll ' I. j . "-, '.'"'"'' "' j1 " ' "' "" cflt i I H S a H OUR STOCK OF DRY G00D5 AND SHOES AT PRICES ACTUALLY BELOW COST We find our room inadaquate to handle a complete line of Dry Goods and Shoes and are going to close this stock out in the next ten days at ridiculously low price,?. We can not go into details, but give now, below a few items to show you what we are going to do. Remember, too, that this stock is all brand new, having been out of the factory less than sixty days. We are simply determined to get this stock off our hands as we need the room; this accounts for the prices now shown here. $1.75 TO HO TO SI. 40 TO $2.00 Good Heavy Caps, were 25c and 50c, sale price 20c and 40c DOMESTlCSCalicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Ect., at ----- - COST Mens Work Shoes ranging in price fro...

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 December 1909

M UiiiIiiii iinmilmn iwmniim tnmtomifr tmz I ) l '"V n l' KE? " f Open Evenings Until After X'mas CLARK'S Furniture and Stove Store 77 Gallagher Ave, Logan, O. 1 Open Evenings Until After X'mas Yes, indeed, we are having a big holiday business. So far our business is more than double what it was last X'mas. Why? Simply because we have improved our line of goods; have a much larger stock to select from, and the people know that they always get more for there money here than elsewhere. GET A CUE 01 THE FREE ROM which is to be given away X'mas eve. A chance with each sr-. - 50c purchase --- - SOME CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS Turkish Rockers j Beautiful as well as comfortable $18.50 Other Chairs 90c and1 up. Library Tables Quartered Oak $6.00 and up ""-- jgggSgMMjMfcJjM Sewing Machines Guaranteed 10 Years $20.00 What 'is moTya. pleasing to the Mother, Wife, Sister or Daughter than a nice piece of F-u.rzxitia.re, a. Heating Stove, Range, Se-w:ing :ha,onine, Mirror, or a, nice 3PiOfcTJL3?e Or T...

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 December 1909

V"' jipiair&iVttlfr3 tt''eyifrr'tyifyl"' ' w-," 1 ' ntniiHMiit li-Mi iVirtun "'!? . MWII1LI IWW 1Mpl.VWti,l!l.rfi,.ifilinH , ffM ,,-, - i &fe&l8M&rt in 'WTt VI - Lmwmmi - . L. i i aT5"ij7iTtH n v v-v w.ir -KKV.tfJkc JAt: v. - i ircs.k; .vw i . l m-m sm: yg&j ft AN ORDINANCE To Lovcy Special Assecirncnts For the Purpose of Paying a portion of the Cost of the Improvement of Mound Street From the East Line of Spr no Street to the West Line of Lot No. 778, by Grading, Curbing and Pavlrci The Same With Brick. , t!o It oitlitlnt'il by thf found of tin' Vlllu&o or Lormj, Stato of Ohio! fr'ic. 1. Tlmt to imv tin- portion of the t-oMa nml iwikmisim for tin? Im li'iit of Mound Strew iroin too int lino oi apuiiK snwi u im- i inovt'im'iit of .Moitnil Strew iroin mts imihi iiih in oiik " w u- i-i, rr inu ol lrt No. 778, r the Vllliw of I.OKitn. Htnto nf Ohio. Iiy KvnilhiB. m ' X hie and imV.t.K loo nimo with hrlck, 1ii'rulnfou ili'lcrnilni'd to ho HneliUly te usfciM-utl I...

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 December 1909

mftfri rf "" y fr If iijm imifiaimr nwiiniriiYn T iii. M1BKBBIBBWIBBiWgfMlMB(BBBIBBimW Grand Remodeling; Shoe Sale Now On 8 Every Shoe in Our Mammoth Store at Cost : : NONE RESERVED; ALL MUST MOVE QUICKLY : : fMaBWaaiMMIgmJIUMlllil'MJIIJMlUIIIIIMaWWlle BMBBMBMtfBMIBMBMiWsMlEWBWBBMWi r 1 )'' " U'i ,. . 4.00 SHOES A.T -$3.15 3.00 SHOES AT. .$2.15 OUR SHOES ARE ALL THE LATEST FALL AND WINTER WEAR. GUARANTEED LINE OF SHOESRIGHT, OR WE MAKE IT RIGHT THIRTY DAYS MUST SEE US READY TO REMODEL OUR STORE W Here's Where We Let LooseAre You With Us? Those Who Have Worn Our Shoes Are Our Best Customers gs$l 8i EAST MAIN STREET LUUA1N, UniU H ignMrannnansranMMau niumuu KLINES BIG SHOE STORE LOCAL NEWS Use Dermatine after shaving") Mr. David Bierly spent Sunday in Lancaster. For Xmas trees, see Wonn Gro oery Co. Mrs. Lafe Itigmire was in Co lumbus, Monday. Fancy Japan rice, 63 pound. Wonn Grocery Co. Mr, Will DeisMey was in Hum den over Svnday. Lima beans 7o pound. Wonn Grocery Co. Mr. Leroy DeiBs...

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 December 1909

m i s T - -" Tpw l r -f J ip-j ajKvw'WPH'p'v,f6 flpK ffrz&nrzmjr 'n1" ?wrt- , 9 TfyM yywwi1f'Hitiywmiyoiptf'nutwim-mAU"f9'w HSralBWBiHHKlHWBdBHRKwBymWWRlWilPJm'.wIRW Toilet Articles Shaving Sets Safety Razors Manicure Sets Cuff and Collar Boxes BSW! Bremen R 1. Martin Kellenbarger and wife expect to move to Missouri where they will reside permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Seholl called on Andy Stemen and family Sun day. Rov. Crabbe expects to begin b aeries of meetings at Harvey Chap el Monday night. Howard Bowland, S. RufF and Sim Blackston are hauling timber through here to the Bremen oil field from Jesse H. Stoner's mill, which is located on Abraham Mowery's farm. A number or young people of No H attended the spelling given at No. 0 Friday night. Among them was John Focht tho great building raiser. Wo are always glad to meet our old friouda and usnnui'ttes which we have made in the pist two years at that place Mav success attend you all is tho wish of the writer. Aj Frank Larime...

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 December 1909

H$JWV"i Fsrvvcftin .-. wifW4taa,aaw,7.g.An,T,ru1a,i,w,jww, inuiwiimiwiwmMj w, iwwwjm.;,w.i nwmHuiBwmimm mw fW$,S"5'SS4 I Ij f- PJ' lfftf' k -"M ift 0 u Bi I ' 8 V fi Warn - 95 MJ?SLWMJ,''L'.'l''t''!."t-'lfll!'Mi!-"i;W i- .'; Governor Hattitoi. atrlkos" Pay Dirt." luitnodlato notion In the coikIh Is to result from tho investigation of stato olllcor instlttitctl by Gov. Harmon. Attornoy Gonorat Do tun in, fol lowing n prolonged conference with tho governor, nnnotMoed today that ho would institute t - onoo suits agnlnst tho l)otiiisnie of former stato officials for tho ro oovory of largo amounts of money which Gov. Harmon charges wort! collected on public funds clopnMt ed in banks before and nftur tho onactraont of tho stato depository law. Tho attorney general made his announcement nftur ho hud oxnmlnod muoh of the evidence already in tho possession of Gov Harmon. Tho suits, it is understood, will involvotho hoads of other dopart monts as well as former stato trons urers. All tho depa...

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 December 1909

fgJSfew"111 r' ..j . riyNyv.73lwPHi'jr "rftf) - ns1- tJ,wjrt'i(S') ..I as-Hraatta: The Ease and Comfort with which an Myc Ola-s rides the nose ilupends on Its adjust merit rattiur tli.ui on the kind of frame. Thero Is a knack In bonding and adjusting frames to lit a nosu that is only mas tered by one of practical experi ence in their construction. We make cacli pair of Frames lit each Individual nose, and our lenses are the very best quality that can be had. Wc Never Sacrifice Quality to Price. F. S. CASE Jeweler and Optician Herman L. Hess Graduate Optician in Chaige LOOAN, OHIO DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription .1.00 per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED ICVKKT THUHSDAY MOKNINO. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tWCORPOKATKD) FUHMSHEUS nt lenBtmnny of tlieru will) that it does not come up to expectations Thero lias been bo much said abmlt the business-liko qualities of this administration and the olaboratlve legislative program which the president mitli .?d re peatodly upon ...

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. — 16 December 1909

;t .' -1 toi o i B wwwppfWWBwiaippa r jyiWTWpf jwyr?iw'Wwr ' w TiaiOTi' wmiwwyJW ftf FTffifi www Mmmnma are jwffppfj w jjy iwffi'niu ,; tfwwwwCTMrteeaaf iu;re;--- rr wr fevms Vtfl.-'TfriA -W -Tyj"! m- Bn&ym M tS&Mirssg Powdfsar Rnmn'ovos the flavor jnamJf -$ 9 sr 4 4taSh .?VM17Z " . j hoaltstMiiiQss (jr , ofihcfootS SSS3! SP1 it . cr- C "A 4arSjN -HI . ..-,' .,. BKiH . -V T'r" '& iv ' AJt "-i'3 BAKING MM Mra Otto Grady was a Capital City, visitor Friday and Saturday of lust week. Mrs. Dr. Moore, of Mt. Pleas- ant, was the quest of Mrs. John Collins in Logan, Thursday of la t week. THEY INJURE CHILDREN Ordinary Cathartics and Pills and Harsh Physic Cause Dis tressing Complaints C You cant.ot be over careful in the selection of incdieino for ubil dren Only the very gentlest bowel medicine should evor be giv un, except in emergency c sis Ordinary pilln, cathartics mid purgatives are apt to do more harm than good. They en use griping, nausea and other distres sing after ail'...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

ry 'Hhf -v ' n,r l'PTZt, ' -v I L F f9j0vwwuim,v m i uitfijiaBjwwanmwiBi lfH ALCOHOL 3 PER Ul'Nl' AVcgclablePrcpaj-allonrorAs-slmilaliiigiiieroodnmlRcqitla t ing the Slomarhs and Uowis of murT1" HW fin Promotes Diges(fonhfcrrul ncss and Rost.Contalnsneiitw Ophmi.Morphiuc norliacraI, Not Narcotic. jtofrofoMDrsuawmum Unyiiut Seca- jivscStcd Jhfirrmuit- , JliCainnatiMr nxmoeea- Wijrrai7taV". Apcrfecr Remedy forConsltpa Hon , Sour Stomarh.Dtarrta or Sleep. . TacSinulc Signature of i BaTfcU. iffeS! 1 1. tu , 2i NEW YORK. BSSfi Exact Copy of Wrapper. NEWS OF S Rockbridge Mrs. Phillip Dupler and Mr8. Noah Young were Logan shoppers Saturday. A few of the boi s of this place attended the spelling at Brown's, Saturday night. Will Miller was at Lancaster, Tuesday. Mrs. Raynor and daughters Alice, Blanche and May, were Lan caster visitors Sunday. Miss Eunice Rider and sister Addie, Mis3 Fay Snoke and Miss Euth Mathias were at Centenary, Saturday. A few of the Young people of Buzzurd Avenue, att...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

i ner . u . ,2 Tf I1H HI i H ,iii. iminiMi ) HU'HH '" IHJiWIIfl' Jl '1'HMI.IH IWMWIW JM)illMMIIIWiJli.WIIlll!JllliiaWiPlffieraWPTWWW1PWIWWeWTWIWWWI'H'. IA LOCAL NEWS f i -? vuTji-m' imMMij-rnr,i .t m.iMKiioiiwumiii nmiifl m'l't.i ihmmij lunmn h.umi iiinimiii i S r" 11 ,., 1 ffi ,r K"! Ktfl J I f X ..V rv I.'' A f 'i i J 5- k i I. .V V Mr, 0. Si Nowman was In Uo ItllllDU, MMI(1MV Mr. John Diiebolu was in f.Y lumbtie, Sniiiliiy, Mr W K It nvi'li (piiiit Tues day In Columbus. Mr. A. Magoon was In tho Our I nl Oily, Tilcedny. . Mr (JIma, lllldobrandt wb in NiilHonvlllo, Sunduy. Mrs J II .Smith wna h Coluni- bus visitor TiicHdnv. Mr, Ed ICellcy upont Sunday lit Ills Old homo in Bidwell. Mr. 0. W. Amorino, of Ilouto I, wus In Logan, Tueeduy. Mr. Gforgo Brooker of Murrny City, wan in Lognn Tuoeduy. Mr. W. W. MoCruy was in Sug ar Grovo Tuesday on blisinofs Mr. John Collins wup in tho Capitol City Tuesday on business. Mr. Cliae. Grigsby wont to Co lumbus Tuesday to seek employment. Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

-Jp&WJfciy-. ,- w.tW: "jg HMKiiiniwn,iwiiwi wi rtmaiy ' '" jff? Jllg1 V fc flP'Tit!1 UWV JFSI? r .,. LI - -"-!' -U--'-lZl-A ' '" "" " "" lL"il'- '"""' '' ' ""' " Brownsville Wo havu been nb9ent for some tttno We will fiorlhblu our tinmen down on the old papor again Tlio spelling at Hiovnuvlllo IhtH Friday night a week, was well at tended. Villa F.owors of Ij'W oiHter wns visiting frlondb at this place last week. Mrs. Homer Alcxtndor epnnt a part of two ilu)8 on lior plitce butohoring lut wei-k Pearl and Jessie Artur mid Nel son AbIioII worn seen on our pikes, Sunday. Arthur Flowers made it business trip to fanonster, Ntturdiiy Jimmy Blglmm of Lancaster, who was seriously hurt while imtv ing his house about it month ngo, is Bomo worse nt this writing. Protracted meeting is going on conducted by Ilev. Jtinies l'uugh. Tom Pierce whs mixing mud on our pikes today. Jacob Bighani and wifo went through hero onroute to Ltncaster. Mrs. Viola Hedge, who has been visiting the past week, re...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 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 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

JSOS3 55SSI differ wizSZssJ KHEmt iv M 'j?- tV?t',"'''y"l-"'''fy'' , - , i . ft, ,x.iv- in.LLinjiniiiiuiiwi..i ip,uy'jini"ii ! CTl"'MH'W'wiMMjpiw'fMMiNrtM A1 M lo atrons an d F nen ds mas time at tKis mecca is here again and or Xmas sKoppers: (ift buying is on in earnest DO Tp p I? I E PUT OFF BUYING THAT ENT ANOTHER DAY. NOW is the time and HERE is the place to buy it where STOCKS are full, ASSORTMENTS complete and PRICES right. Here are a few suggestions of beautiful, serviceable and useful ARTICLES SUITABLE for every DEMAND found upon that XMAS SHOPPING LIST. Silk Scarfs 1(( AnrVSi . i 1 1 i i 1 1 i i fist I The wISIp I Xmas MJX I Headquarters ; Towels Doilies Hand Bags Maderia Worked Corset Covers Table Linens Kid Gloves Purses Shirt Waist Sets Napkins Handkerchiefs Rath Robes Baitenberg Pieces Luncheon Sets Ribbons Umbrellas Manicure Sets Handdrawn Scarfs Rugs Belts Dressing Saques Cushion Tops Handdravn Lunch Cloths Knit Saques Back Combs Traveling Cases Center Pieces Toques D...

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