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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 April 1906

MMCTWraaliMaMWMBiS. -AHiiJlLitt'-UiBJJl LuJ WJUSmiWkMWWl'i hum ttim Wj mwiiwM!JiailiMiJHi i j& junmm-iw.'.iim. w .' wi -mxr t s (J jMMmcy If AVif. : i--j . i l vs JlW'iiifs; wwmf- Ingoo linH hundreds of Honio Testimonials. Sold liy Itort .V Co. nt fiOo per bottle Cltnuo Wonn, or Union Furnnoc, waR In Logan on business, Tuesday. Mi FMi-tlr Fimir.V, of rnst1 Liverpool, Ohio, is spending u week nt tiet home here. .Itidgo Coultrap, of MoArthur, oollod on friends nml ncqunntnnco In Lognn Inst Thursday. Mi, und Mth. Gordon W'llllnin- T nil if mil L I I I turn ni',HUWM;"".i'f Hf M'WM1 I Tti. Womrt' fgmmmwitwmrwamt Wilitum ll.islon. of Km hlcl. , Mi . Phil l " .tntnsii li.i- m.np spent last Thursday and Friday In ird the tlnuicr property on Wet Logan. Mr. Gogrgo Toung, of Straits vllle, was a business visitor In Logan one day last week. dm don Heels from tho moHt son visited relnttvoB In Laurolvlllo ronblo yroworf, mA j )U. ,,y from Frldny till Monday. nrt A, (!o AVilttnm Palmer and wif...

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. — 5 April 1906

-jyjir y?f" i r!m&WFv't ' r "5 T"rPnT" TW T"W v--v" t - w;-v'"-R,-?TTj'Tg r- "- " -wwrsvyqar l7- "" -' r'-iggvff f-f fg"?! J a' & 3?";.rWlW(WI sSfflBI BMplMmHMnmjwimE.f HI iNBIH MM M hiii i n ItltolnlB n ,.-,...- .. . ... , . . . , , ..., . ... ( " ;;" g" 'y4T "VJ-"""'""','w""'"t ww); ""Wfi'iljB- '-iT'''fi" ' Bif ng-- t r.miMII.lflLllJ-llllllMWIlll JI HIWJIUHlHI,l WMf..l I KI1M1I W'1"0 -""-' IU Will ! I lUl -H-i.-U -Mi "WWWH ' w..- ....... r r . . i i - . i i in , MI PRICES. Paid By the Logan Mer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Lead ing, Dealers. BUYING TRICKS vnutrs and vKOK'r.vnr.rs. Apples -$2.00 Potatoes le Turnips ' .. . -iOc l'KOIHJOK. Butter 23c Kggs Mc Lard l-ouirnv. Live Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12Ac Dressed Turkeys lc GRAIN' AND 1IAV. Wheat 85c Corn 55c Oats JOc Choice Timothy 10.00 Mixed 8.00 Straw G.00 II VI! STOOK Ioga, on foot 5.V Iogs, dressed 7c Stoere, on hoof Ac to A I Cows, on hoof 3 to 3Ac Heifers, ou hoof 3 to le Bull...

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. — 5 April 1906

igrigHUt.'JiRiuiJHP.Ju lBW58HB4m mawuuiim ipJWi muuium man ;i .uiinim juih 1 1 ll ' WftfTf -f 1 1'" , 'jWiyjasBtsfMfl STO? J '-'' -"- sjs. Fll 'll.U'!.u:.iaMTTri L jmiiiilli iimm nun II lillimiiiuli OCR FASHION lliffi iMMiikmau.ttiJ4-i.t-i" '' 'imuiiiu I'WJli'JlJUJllJ! t-L UJ-JJiliWP" "f LlffPllUUl 1L IU 'il ' I'lUH ywH)rl'.IL.tMJlVf.ll '"11- -J I 'II 'im'HIWI' m I Buttons and Fringes Arc Favor ites For Trimmings, NEW SLEKTES WII.li HE &HOHT. tce Olrillr Arc to tic Very Poiiulnr Thin Scnuon Side C'oiitlm llnve MriIp Tliclr Hi-npixMirniioc While l.nofi li'pvci mi IlliirU CiiMTim n Ntivrlly. r.aeo girdles intulo over llm iiopitlni gold or silver tlssui1 llnlnij are oxet-cil-Ingly nttrncllvc. 'J'hey nrn trltninuil with wurow lint iioltl lir.ild. 'J'lic Htocl: Is made In match tilts Klrtlle, fiia tctiPil In front with llttlu Ikiwh of llm brnlil (lint look like ptctty enrlcattiios of prim tics. In tho onsc of tile "liili" prlneoss frock the tnntcrliil Is rIiIitciI1 i'or sov- - iitmuu...

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. — 5 April 1906

1 -'v-p r ? 4&&nmMmmttjWHKnjiKvmie8Sgz rf .. ,. -"i-nnmiiiipniri.inwifi.rn wnnryjwui npi uMiiHiwj nm hm mny wm w 'wigan i w"iyBp,ii,'j,yw W Wpjm" mwn AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK ENDORSE AMERICAN REMEDY. PE-RU-NA. Twenty-Eight Army Generals Send Letters of Endorsement To Dr. Hartman, the Inventor of Pe-ru-iui. No other catarrh remedy in the world h received sueli mutinied eulogy from so mauy ruiiowned statesmen and military men as I'eruua. Ceil. O'Belrne or Washington, I). c, Vrlten: "As many of my friends ami citmalnUncei have successfully liked your fvruujL as a catarrh cure, I feel that It I au effective remedy, and I lee ommeiid it as such to thou suffering from that (Unease as a mott hopeful iource of relief." .lames It. 0' Holme, aw JJroadwHy, Washington, D. C. General S. S. Yoder of Ohio, AV-itCiC "Iluive found 1'oruna to be a -wonderful rented . t ouly used 11 for a Hliort time and am thoroughly satisfied ai to Its merits." S. S. Vodor, Wash ington, IX C. Urlilatll...

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. — 12 April 1906

O J" 'j'jiwrwii'iiwwgww.wjxiJifjtigyjgiM T' ""'urn wwuijujiLm. v- -.-- "A Dream of Fair Women," Logan Opera House, Tuesday, April 17. Don't Miss It V DEMOQRA T'SENTINBL. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 65th, Year, Number 41. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 23th. Year, Number is. Circulation ,3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County SSillliB"gfWW3jpJ!g lu VI It) VILLAGE ON . k Tlio'Village Council hod a very busy BOBsion Tuesday ovcuititf. Ker portfi of 'Treasurer 1'ullon, Cleric Grovo unci Mnyor Dollison for tho month efiMureh wore submitted unci nccoptod. Tho Treasurer's report showed n total bnlnnce of about .ffJiOOO in the several funds. The Mnyor'B report showed $14.00 collections, for March.' Tho Yays and Moans Conmiitteo reported favorably on a number of bills, disapproving sovcral. They also returned approvod the report of the Hoard of Public AH'airs, re ferred to them at a prevcous meet ing. Several sewerage dilllcult...

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. — 12 April 1906

"rwmy 'gUJBpnT"? Tywypy " nnwrflijnHfnp"i CaSWJlIWillUIWHWM'l'tUim'MWWft'l V imin i (ifViiiximiiii u n in. ,Myvmii llll''',lll',wlul''illll'l,'''lil j Editorial Opinions of Affairs l rt "While the republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of the, people J ; 1 beicve jn'QOVERNOR JOHN M. PATTISON. : : : m fcv : jir Both Deserve Credit or Discredit. Perhaps one of the most remarkable Legislative sessions of Ohio, has just closed. It bodes of much good, and some good was loft undone. If this was sin i.i its proceedings, it Aas the sin of omission, for wlmt they committed Was fairly good. One truth maintains and that is, whatever good or had comes from their work, both political parties share equally in the merit or demerit. To become a law each bill must pass both houses, the one being Republican and the other Democratic. The governor who signed the laws or permitted them to become laws without his signature, is a Democrat, so Ave are leady a.' a parly to be praised or con ...

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. — 12 April 1906

jlpiippjiBH "SitVyny , Pttt,3!ttS.i-LlMlRlBUflilJlJWJ-J'-'-igregi; ihe Religious Crank of Chicago Stiring. "DOMESTIC TROUBLES. tlfttnrt PUtr" in Un TlitiAtire "'"" vijf in uiu iiiiuiro of a Revolution. Admits the Existence of a Secret Chamber In the Basement of Shlloli House, but Say's It Was Built For a' Former Mayor, of Zlon Develop ments In the Controversy. Chicago, April. 11. After a long con imitation with his legal advisers, John Alexander Dowle stated that It might be several daya before ho sees lit to enter Zlon City. Dowle summoned his lojral advisers to Ida hotel and then ensued a prolonged conference, .lust what, the proceedings Will bo to roln i state "tho first aposftlu" In Zlon City was not stated, but Dowle said that here would be no compromise with, Vollva and 'that Dr. .lolin Alexander DoWIe must be the loader of Zlon or nothing at all. This same determination was shown at Zlon City, where the business com mittee of 12 appointed ,by VoliVa de cided to send to all br...

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. — 12 April 1906

SSSVWW'ft '"" ' W"""""(C T5fKR''KWywTT!ieti ir-cs w TC?i"w Fffjr f ,, ..,,- in. mi ) ''lW"t1ll''HMJW'll'lftSBMJMAlS3flE i a . "v ' mjs-' . tteixr y I SE 'i"H-ni 'Ji n. i""'n""HP"r DRMOCRAI-SENTINRL. A WJEEKLYliEWSPAPiR. punt.miKti K.vnnr tiiitiihuat MonNtMl, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (l.tcnproitATRlt) I'tnit.mtlKHS v mult, I'. l.nwnr, H.(). It NtRt., .1. It. Doi.t.tsn.v, PtIRHinF.NT Hr.enKTAiiT t'.nnnit OWItiKl-tn DuIIIroii WncW, Month Door, Knteretl nt the l'oitofllco In IiOKmiiUlito, ns HocniulOlnin Mnll Mnttrr, Thursday, April 12, 1906 Late This Week. Owing to tearing up with re pnirs nntl moving mnchinory, our ptipor is into this week. Come in ami see our handsome oflloc after si weeks linrtl work of repairs. AVo hnvo added fotir more rooms to our office, and new machines, nnd are now tlie best equipped of tiny nflice in the valley. Health Officer. Tito hoard of health at a mcot ing Inst night decided to discharge the health olllec and Ranitary police on account of l...

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. — 12 April 1906

E -'-- -- - - .- . 1 1 II I IU 111 i gM , -,-r.ra... . ..L,. , rfrffTrm-nmrB'hinii i m . ' V-i" '51 flPJ-r ir, rM " p-MT-prini-ww BKBH HSUA - . M iV. J '( auamiJMiitJ-uwiumujJ.iLLj)(gmiwatanH Jouii'JwyiJwaiiwtwiiwiiwgMgii-M'niujMT ja jL)r((ifjf& u III IWr ill 3r i yo -- Taflfy Party- On lust Thursday evening, Miss Edith and Mr. Frank Wnllnr en tortnincd ft few of their fiiends in lionor of Messrs. Lavoda Davidson and Leonard Mclntyre, two of i) inoir menus lrom weiiscon. I Early in tlio evening gaiucH were f played,. and music on joyed, the hitter part of the time being spent in taffy making. The guests de parted at a lute hour, declaring D the host and hostess capital enter timers. 4 Saturday Club Mrs. Homer Wright entertained the Saturday Club' hist week, at tho Depot Hotel. Mrs. F. F. Rempel was the only member ab sent. Guests for the afternoon wore Mesdamos M. A. Campbell, Charles Wright and A. L. Hyson. Rochestor-St. Clair. Mr. John lloohcster, and Miss Jennie St, Clair wer...

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. — 12 April 1906

JTTr. ?f3T?,sWn'flrfl!5lTff1 anrTttlfcJM WiaK"! i I iflMJi'll'lli Mi uivifru . yftywmiimw &. Jm&& 4JmJirewto"mit1numimjmmMi!un,i,',''W'''" "ft l ym. rw...!.!!;!! f nirwfTiWiMWP :$ . f fF"TOi t tyin. ..sr ' v u. ., iTHfiniiiii, .iiil..pfn.iijl'i.iiiiilii i injjigii i'-iniL'-J jjnu'igjiJ '-''.T? ,.llll lHll. II PRICES. Paid By the Logan Mer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Gorrected Weekly by Lead ing Dealers. BUYING ritlCKS FRUITS AND VmKTAHI.M. ApplOB $2.00 Potatoes OR is Turnips -tOc ritonucr.. Nutter 2c KtfCH 1 Ic Lard '. He I'Olir.TUY. Live Chickens J)resfied Chickens Live Turkeys Dressed Turkeys Olt.UN AND HAY. Wheat Corn Onts ..8c ,10c 12;C .15c 85c 55c 10c Choice Timothy 10.00 Mixed 8.00 Straw 5.00 LIVE STOCK -logs, on foot 5V Iogs, dressed 7c Steers, on hoof..... lc to 4-V Cows, on hoof , . . 3 to 3-Ac Heifers, on hoof U to 4c Hulls, on hoof 3 to 3ic Calfs, on hoof uc GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO Cattle: Common to prime steels, ti Sjiffii i; cows. $.1 4nifi,j 00; hell...

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. — 12 April 1906

U-- ..-" i!Jtf'i!aiiiilfclffiMwiJMili'iilWiMiiiWlWWMWl TT?m grrrss.- -Jftpflr .-' 'iffg rfi f r3fPPTVwj"- PS t" ' , ;r .1 . 11 HiHHHS ES! wymiBV. .Jjiuiui i. i , . , , ; I , -n jyipwyTinjn- ji nai'iiiuMfi "'HI t HI11 Jlf 4 4' Probltlo Notice. PERFECTION STEIEM H jTest Questions for County Examinations.: IMMfaljMtftMIMiilWM'yW OIL HEATEKS -S Nnllco It hereby Klvcn Mini ttio folio rlnn AOCtHintMIHltl Vulll'llPM lltlVP tlCfll illnl in llie J'ntbnln Court of lloi'Uliii; Coiiril.V,Ulili, forms! iiiirlltil xeltlmtintif, Olitirle Nlttii" liuikor, Kwutnr or Ilic will or Aljrnlmm Itrd,durPflMRl, find tlieiimr will cnniH on ror itr-uriim on tin sm, Uny or April a ij. Urn tit Mo'uloclt u. m., ol im nun iliiniiilir im imiy bi'i'iinvciili'iit. IM'. MAIITIS. Apill.'iii-w I'mliiilDJiiiit.' I. (. Y i" U-Sat 1 i kv TEST QUESTIONS. Uniform examination questions for county teachers' examination for Toaoher'H Elomcntnry School Cortiflcato, propnrotl under tlio direction of the state school commissioner...

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. — 12 April 1906

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm v -w -r irf- "wB" "vnk" ravwr TTrat "v - rfliwwMane T T j3T7vF1HiV if ' $. y t.- ? -.pr- ,T -SSi'pipF il.lllliilllliilliiw nun.iiii i.iitii ii . .. " nu iMIiiffW'ffliiiti "i anuBwmr , . j w,J iiiiii 1 inniiimji'niniii)iimg m imiiii' mi i pi" J "i jhhujwh '.I wfP1 t"" ,' "" - ".ranr-irg-"' 55? Maaag s& A F HP(k O ther -Town I' n to feed n thousand more, nnd if ' you think the good women of A , Washington township do not know Calico Ridge. The weather of oloroh whs the worst of the winter, the oldeht in habitant never saw the like, enow almost continunlly for tinec weeks, a rent we glnd that April has conio at hist with her bright sunshine and gentle showors, swelling buds, springing grass and singing birds. Mr. J. Y. Miller closed a very successful torm of school on the nilgo March 31. Albert Harsh has returned to his homo here after an absence of six months, teaching school at Monday. Mrs. Ilattio Funk is on the sick list at this writing. ...

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. — 19 April 1906

MHRMMMNm tK'.'V.JV -wv " ' && 0fte Al1 t' N DEMOeRA T-SENTINEL. A' THE QH 10 DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 16. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 65th. Year, Number 42. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County tm- i' SAN FR4NCISCO The Golden-Gate City Is Ruined By Earth' quake and Conflagration. HASS OF DISTRUCTION. More than 3000 Lives Lost and 1000 Build ings Destroyed. SAN RRANCJSCO, April 1 S.--Earth quako shock and firo have dealt this city a staggering blow, causing fully HOOO deaths. The fire is si ill raging. The business section of the city is doomed and the residence sections are imperiled. "Water and gas mains have burst. There is no water to fight the fast spreading llnnies. Escaping gas has caused ex plosions. Broken electric light wires are a source of groat danger. The first earth-quake shock was felt at 5: 1. "5 a. in. The city was just waking for the. day. There was first a terrif...

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. — 19 April 1906

PIBPSf5it?5 $ wTv ! y ' pm-p "-fe-W W - liim.'lt .nl.. IHI y'lll"'ff'WijJiMpljMlgn'-jip jaBtgps-sssferaftsieesjfssaws nw MaBijiimi.ii iimn u wwuwgwwwwmiiiwii mffmwwryytif rnuni isiiiufwtyw wttuummn pitw TTmmm aUWMlHWfUJlM iJiiiUliwWiTHW"11"" 4 i Editorial Opinions of Affairs. "While the republic endures let us advocate what the great masses of the people J - believe in." GOVERNOR JOHN M. PATTISON. m mmf m mmm4 m 4 4 1H 0 H M BROKEN PROMISES. History of the Recent Judicial Con vention. MEIGS Promises Her Delegation to One Man and Then, As Usual, Delivers it to Another, l'oiiu'roy Dojnocrat.l Meigs county has maintained her reputation ! Her honor has been somewhat sullied, but her reputation for pledging support to one candidate and delivering it to another, stands unimpeached. Hereafter the Republican candi date who has the pledge of the Republican leaders that they will support him, first, last and all the time, need make no calculation on winning in the convention. When they say th...

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. — 19 April 1906

jp" 'frrnVTW " pf?-- "' T "'('fgcy ! jjWftV.T-." ?-' y .pT-r ieK"5TrspWT3''',t'7" -- Wnjmiimwmmw wiijitwj'juiippwiwjiiioiuii W 'J' iimiMuuiiJUiJi"ii'iLiwfflWBl'''W''J'''l''"l''"'','' JWWWt1Wgtl k-w rj- WILL CONTINUE INVESTIGATION Member of Drake Committee Dis cusses Court's Decision. WILL CARRY UP THE CASE Claims the Legislature Had Power to Appoint the Board of Inquisition. Governor Herrlck on the Roosevelt Plan to Limit Fortunes News of the Duokeye State. Cleveland, O., April 18. In rovtow Ins tho decision of Judge Smith of the Hamilton county common picas court, holding that tho Ohio sonnto hnd no authority to authorize tho Investiga tion of public offices of Cincinnati ;ih carried on by tho Drnko Invostisat'n? committee, Sonntor Thninns Schmidt, a memb'orof tho Drake oninmlttou. said tho committee lutcndu to go nhu.t I with its Investigation an though .Indue Smith's decision had not been ren dered, and that an appeal from tho de cision Is also to be prosecuted. "It we can reach ...

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. — 19 April 1906

.r.A:J.mii;iiiHimiiii'HiifiiMii mmmwmm&&vw&n"Wiiiittii zsssK&agmEsms&sstii&iMSt " '" i ' rnuaiaiiat i ' ' "'Www,'.! wjgiMg&KiBMtHMtMMMftfigBaMg3Mtfgiwt Awir B f DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. i1 a" weeklyIiewspaper. 1'uiit.iHHKi) rvnnv THiiurtit.vv muunimi. The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. (INCIlUl'OIIATIIln fijm.isiiutw iiiiiim', l.ownv, II. (I. II W1K1., -,lvll. Ddl.l.mo.S, I'HKSIItr.Nf SrilllKTAItV MlltTDIl Ol'IMlJIli-lii DoIUmiii llloi'U, Hiinlh Doifr, KnteicMl nt I ho 1'intnllloo III l.nKMil.Uliln, in HoonmlOluiCi Mull Mutter. Thursday, April 19, 1906 u r Mr. J. V, Clover, of Lancaster, wits in Logan on business", Monday. Don't fail to Gray Stallion . see It. K. Eroy Mr. Frank Rochester, of Colum bus, vlHited relatives here Sunday. Misses Kninia Lecrono and Tina Snin spent Sunday in Lancaster. Everybody wants good Garden Seeds. Reliable seeds fold by Hurt it Co. Miss Elizabeth Edwards, of Col umbus, was the guest of Miss Anna Knee Sunday. Miss Marguerite Wn...

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. — 19 April 1906

-" 'JWSWJ rj 1 W1 m'4'""BLlllwJiwi" manvfv'm'mm r x-"x MB&8F'Vr "7i hT S M7 ( W ( rf If '"""'Vv ?I' V.C-V N - IwMC a '' mm.xr.j&sae kJWy,li' xm Tritseh, AJ&?Z i wmf., ljdrftS4 Cano-Kcmpor- Another wedding surprise ennio to Lngnn, Saturday ovoning, when it was Ioarncd tliat Mr. Lnwronco Gnno and Miss Essio Kemper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kemper, of tlio East End, hnd been quitoly united in marriage at the M. K. Parsonage-. Tile only guests presont were Jlr. Lash Miller.and Miss Elta Gano, sister of tiio groom. The happy young couple wore the guests of honor at a dinner party given Sunday 1)3' Mrs. Myr tle Gano, and received the con gratulations of their relatives and friends. Mr. Gano has been for some time in-the employ of the Continental Goal Company, at Floodwood, and they will probably mako their, home there in a short time. Both aro among Logan's most popular young people, and we join in wish ing their, every good thing. Pedro Party. Mrs. 0. V. H. Wright ente...

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. — 19 April 1906

lfflSf!rviaFfW'"?i''''': LmW I W 4LaumiitistmsMmmaimm :- MhMmwmfla$,?iMiffiiVim,fv iss3i,g t M&Jiiiiattiia3iMMriiM;Ifflkc Tv "tWJjWS. fB -I j- - , , i r 1 If" I c v MARKET H Paid By the Logan Mer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Lead ing Dealers BUYING PRICES VKUITS AND VKOKTAHLKS. Apples $2.00 PotntooB 0"o Turnips. .10c I'llOUUCF., Butter Kgga Lard. . ,2Bc .14c . ,0c PODLTUY. Live Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12,c Dressed Turkeys 15c GKAIN AND HAY. Wheat 8oc Corn 55c Oats iOc Choice Timothy 10.00 Mixed 8.00 Straw 5.00 LIVE STOCK Hogs, on foot 5.V Hogs, dressed 7c Steers, on hoof 4c to -l Cows, on hoof 3 to 34c Heifers, on hoof 3 to 4c Bulls, on hoof 3 to 8Ac Calf s, on hoof 5c GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO Cattle: steers, ti OOftf -40; heifers, 1 75(?j)u 00; Htorkfrs and feelers. Common to prime cows, $3 l!5g)4 50; bulls, t2 GO 25; J2 75iffi4 75. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, il 2jt 50; lambs, H 75("t; 0; yeailliiKS, $5 75C 23. Calves $2 73(?i7 OU. Hogs...

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. — 19 April 1906

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Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 April 1906

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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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