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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 November 1906

,'!? , ..r. "TF"M; JWf)WlWWIMy " - tnr c fSSgTfcrf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th; Year Number 47, THE HOCKING SENTINEL, 66th. Year, Number 25. M jJCtlL i MAMlJLm S! f Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County G I a mtM imMm m KZK1 ,.- " I - K v 1 &bbMiWik)h) g DEAR FRIEND, Kindly observe on the label in (ho ntnrgin of Ibis paper tbo (Into when your subscription ox piros. If you are biwk on subscription ypu would do us a favor I of come in and pay some. Wo need the money. -a us 0- -2 -a S THE DEMOCRATVSENTINEL PRORATE ? WEDDING PEIIMITS Oimrlos F. Wolf 28, of Logan, and Anna Hnrtnmnn 25, of Goro. Claud Wudsworth 21, nndLuru Zimmerman 18, both of Mt. Pleus utit. Nov. 19, application to he ap pointed administratrix of tlio es tate of John Mitcholl.latcof Ward Township, wns filed by Catharine C. Mitchell, widow. Bond was ordered in the eum of $2500, and the mutter continued. Application for adju...

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. — 22 November 1906

""fc''rr aJfjBWffillfrfiiKfoi rUSH ,i 41.114 "-rta If' '& d ii i u j, iiii1iwPMiiwpiyiiprw WILL DO WHAT MITCHELL SAYS 1' uteri y Heinoernt.J The Klev"lttlt ('ontrrossionul din trlct, made fiuiiou by n long lino of blr, und bruit y reprugentutivcB in our nutioiiiil ('ouurc8, tho Ust including such men in V. 11. Hor ton. T. A. JL'lttntz, Gon. A. J. Warner, Tom Kwing und Gon. C. H . Groavonor, will not huvo that fiimo luklud to very greatly during the next two yours. In fact, tho district, nor its ropre- Hontativo will likely never he referred to during that time, un- lt'iis it should he by pointing out the eniiim'Btmiau as tho would-be HtittoMniriii who is rattling tiroiind in tlit pltiee made fumous by tho Miro-enotiRU etutiHnien who have preceded him. ff CoiigreBSiuiin-eleet Douglas is correctly quoted and we have no doubt he is ho does not pro- mine to he liny thing in ore than a mere echo of another man's voice in the ImlN of Congress, and that other man a life long Democrat. ...

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. — 22 November 1906

t 9fmm9tntHsiKimmmni&Qm OF N . Senator Dick linn been In dos perato straits sinco Govornor Har ris presided at tho convention of tho Anti-Saloon lotiguo of Ohio and recoivod the indorsement of the leaguo for governor in 11)08, for since that tlino ho has been bo sot by representatives of tho liquor Interests on ovory hnnd who make plain their dosiro to understand how ho linn givo support to a tetn poranco candidate for governor und redeem the many pledges mado them in oxchango for sup port during the recont campaign. Shortly after Governor Harris assumed tho duties of Iub high ofilco it was chargod that Senator Dick had succoodod in o Healing an understanding with him, whoro by tho govornor was to bo given tho "solid" support of tho Diok-Forakor-Cox machine in exohango for tho privilege of filling tho of Acob mado vacant by tho discharge of tho Pattiflon appointees; and that tho story was true, evidence is afforded by tho fact that ovory officeholder thus far appointed ie a reco...

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. — 22 November 1906

tfrE.w vymiirW' i pp 1j!wSSSjS5b AfWun. i-'VMy gE?'"' J : ' T WIT TH ft itltt Wl fi 11 M ;,. j;j.,rm BSSS i 'W1 4T "I !' )S ( I: ! I mmMmmmmjmiFmmmMQpmiim J'l.Vf'-fV.T-.M "-."-.-" IJ-"' Bf)rWwnHipMWWHBWIptWTWIW DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. lMlllMSIIKI) KVKHV TIIlMlSUA MOItNlNCl. Tho Lotan Printing and Publishing Co (INCOItl'OltATKI)) IMJULISIIKIIS. Villon. C. I.nwit, 1. G. llANSK!.. .f. Ii, Doi.lison, I'UKSIDUNT SEOIUU'AHY ftUlTOit OKFIPIJ:- In Dolllson Hlock, South Door. Entered at tho i 'om oiilee In Loant Ohio, as Second Chms Mall Mutter. Thursday November, 22, 1906. Tub Kopubllcan politicians of Ohio are holding their hroiith in anticipation of PrcHidont Ilooscvelt'a message to CongreBS. Jt has been propliesiod that the l'rwsidcnt favors an "Inheritunco Tax," and will embody such recomniondation in 1i!h message Former Govornor Horrick Holiloquizes that Mr. RooBevelt had bottor let that alono, for it, with other campaign thunder, did a plenty to tho Gover nor. The "Inhe...

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. — 22 November 1906

J f3p -vjfrti pTi ii ',? Vr. wwwuwiKiMMtaimwrwiiWMiiiii tmmm LOCAL MS. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Wilson spent HundavJTtli frlonclB tu Columbus. fnflrmtiry DIroutor Ltifo lleury Wiih n Columbus visitor, Sunday. Hufoo nti'tl Itotl Band ColToo. . DOLLISON BROS. Mr. L. Yorgcs has accepted a a position M8 Jowolor with W. 0. Iliokiiifin u(, Nolsonville. MIsa Anna Bond, of Toledo, nnd Miss Daisy Cliorry, of Newark, aro guosts of Mrs. I. C. Hyson. Mr. Itobt.. Wright of New York, was in Logan on business this wuoJc Don't worry about coal cull up the Logan lottery Co. Citizen Phone, 185. Buy your Christinas presents at tho Fair, givon by tho Iniliou of tho Prcabytorian Church, Do combor 11. Fruits, nuts, candies, cigars and tobacco at Payne and Co., next door to Feather's gallery. wt r -joes aautt".'."" w.. G- ZmU&tSctX- Vili WB-i MM) I IBHlV' - fe-g xs?i&8mmtg&& Not a spot on earth is more wildly boautiful or sublime than the rugged Now England coast; nnd the scenes have all been pai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 November 1906

R3 F -WRT-Hf nWWli''w'v-',w "otf tppWWw1 f0H'Jt- 1 ' jiwW' .jut w-ww rr-MSfffl??' w i "UT" f 'VlJff!"'" (" -WB 9H '! M !i, t Ui W i A Jumbo Ballot. Two yours licnou, or in 11)08, tho vnttTH (tf Ohio will bo otillcd upon to liuiiillt! a Jumbo hnllot. Tho voti'ra or Ohio lmvo been lifted to pretty big Imllnts since the Australian Nystt'in en mo into votfiii', but all proceeding ballots will be mere dwarfs hh compared with that whlolt will be put in tlie hands of tlie votor in 1008. In that year nil olootive olUcors oaoopt tovnahip and municipal otllcora will be voted for, unci thoro will bo nearly 00 names on each ticket. Here 1b tho list: President of tho United States, Vice President, of tho United States and twenty-three presidi ilental electors. Governor, lieutenant governor, aeoretary of state, auditor of state, treasure, of state, attorney general, two judges of the supremo court, three membera of the board of public works, olork of the supreme court, commissioner of Hohnols and...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 November 1906

McdCBWfflBqH) mIWMW IMWiaWMMTOIWfflMMM WatJIMWTl , t. i II- l ' ijpjijjiMirw a m Our V "V- Vl JL 3 HN HENRY IV ON THE GRIP. By HUGH McHUGH GEORGE V. HOB ART IhW "(k.2lEn5?5yc IkX s&r'M l.; vmmiArfy - r&- . JjlltlMT - .J'Z'm Glnd tho Jnps Tut the Say, did you. ever spar a few hot refunds vdlh ti real attack of grip? When It comes right down to a case or being a bad boy tho grip has every other dlaeaso slapped to a sit-down. 1 had the grip some weekn ago and ever since my nyatern haa folt like eight cents' worth of cheese. Tho iiicdlclno sharps tell us that tho grip Is caused by a little germ which emigrated to this country originally from Russia! If that's the case I'm glad tho Japi put tho boot3 to the czar. I wish they would go after him again and kick his crown off. I'll1 bet even money that the father of tho first grip germ must have been a bombsholl and his mother was some re lation to one of Kuropatkln's retreats. Its dollars to pretzels that tho grip germ is the busies...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 22 November 1906

' i r f?St"!ii,s' - rmijifni-" yyiyyja ! 'TW)y" j"f JT frtfu IVt'Nl inyV'--, '' llMW'flwHl-'lt"l&l'll" ' y mytup, ,, ifr,,t .,. ' '.-- yni.ymm;ii 'jfiMfJf T9'' ifHiiimiliWtHHlkuiimitjitill'Wi'MMi w..iiiiiih . j if A MATTER AKlK5 POWDER Absolutely Pure A Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum or phov phatic acid has no SUBSTITUTE MBpmmwm Am . -rfrg& 0 Jr W lllllk. w r -.S" iv TX Jff 1 HS. kp Washington Twp. Tlie pnsfc fine wcufcher lias favor ed our people in getting most of their corn in the crib unci in good condition although too dry to Have the fodder to heHt advantage. Chan. E. Flnm, (J. V. Harden and J a in oh Lindsay are the champi on luiHkei'H, and if you doubt it just paiB your fliallenge over this way and you can soon he fonvinc ed. The coal Syndicate of New Mt. Pleasant hafs suspended woik. Mr. WeRley lllgge, of South Walter Stieet, was in Logan Satur day and thought the day rather damp for real pleasure. J. W. Schaal passed through our Ewing village Saturday morn i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

Off? HJSitH'S jR v 5wJTf? ' wytc r W" ' TfW "l DMMOeRA T'SENTINBL TflE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 25th. Year, Number 48. THE HOCKINCI SENTINEL 66th. Year, Number 26. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County JWWJjWTBJWpw? Fi. r . MMaIaMOMMaM I DEAR FRIEND, SUBSCRIBER a ns Kindly observe on the label in tbe mnrgin of this paper the date when your subscription ex pires. Tf you are bnok on subscription you would do us n favor to, oomo -in and pay some. We need the money. 1 THE DEMOCRATVSENTINEL ?3 W(W(fWW(fWW(W'0(l)(fWWMW(OWA LABOR TRAIN ASSURED BjirrT 1 n ILL HID The regular BPsIon of tlio vil lago council was presided over, Tuesday evening, by Mr. Angle, ProBident, in the .tbBenco of Mayor Dollison All the members wore preBout The ordinance providing for the abolition of the Board of Health Birthday Party On Tuosdny afternoon from two to four littlo Ruth Irene Kriflh bauni ontortained a number of her l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

v - r w,- !? i f r tt,v,sw'?v r9r'??,ra " " S!WWI- IMIIMI iwyn m iiiinianJlniiuiiil UfJ'l li'yKi M i ln'l'H iDftitJMHI 16? A PERILOUS FEAT. Psrformsd to E'scap Doath, It Could Not 18 RapeaUd. An engineer, employed for forty eight years nn vepstcrn railroads, gays that although lie litis had pome narrow escapes, lit! ha? never heen hurt in a iroek. The story of. one of his irupo ! interesting and peculiar. One ihiy he had left Stockton lioitnd wit. The train was currying u lot of green wood, cut the day before, hut "on the back tmd of the tender there was porno dry wood for u."t' in climbing a steep grade. "My ilroman wan back after some of that dry wood nnd down whore he couldn't see me or the engine. 3 fot down on the dock and slood w'.lh one foot on the front end of the tender and the other on the sill of the engine deck, taking a look into the fire. Just at that instant the engine parted from the tender and shot away ahead. "Of course 7 went down between the engine and tender, cl...

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. — 29 November 1906

JTVf f0MHmnmim 4lrrtCi I V V. HARRIS. Sole . Survivor of Ohio Senate of 1866-7. Governor Ilnrris rocolvod litis tojbgrntn from II. Clay Drlnldo of Ltinoastor, Saturday morning. "The death of William Wurnor yoatordoy leaves you the only surviving mombor nf tho Ohio stato sonato, 1800-7." Mr. Warnor had boon living in Alabama for years, and was ono of tho pioneer stntoamon of Oliio. Tho records show that ho repre sented tho Licking county district In tho state eonato in 1811-5, and was sent back for two more tonus In 1800-7, whon Amlcow Tj. Harris now governor of tho state, repre sented tho Problo county district in tho sonato. Governor Harris still remember ed Generol Warner well and was deeply airectod by tho news of his death, which carried his mind back to tho days of -10 years ago. "War- nor was also a general in tho army so that ho and Governor Harris wore not only colleagues in the forunato debate, but served as comrados upon tho gory fiolds of battle. Governor Harris was 71 ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

i-rtfWWkF VT -r"W T Jur' prw1ls, wuiwpywwijjjuiii u .'r11!' Bnwwmwp iji inm nmnjiii n.muuuuiT nun uij ii i m:-tmii nm umpH V DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPiS. rUHI.lgltPil) KYKHY TlltftlRDAY MOnNtNOt The Logan I'riiitTng and Publishing Co. UNClllirnliAl Kill rttiit,tsni:im v"jnanit. 1 twitv, It. (J. ItA.SHKt,, .7. II. 1)dM.isin, I'HFlMttP.NT Hi OIIFTAHV i IIIIITOH OFFIUKlIn I)oltliu lllock, Boittli Uoor Ktitt-roct nt the I'oitnttlr" In I.okiiii.OIiIo, in nuaonu unitu .mm n Miuu-r. Thursday, Nov. 29, 1906 ihe Neil President of (lie United Slates Most People Would Him a Fool. Call A few county Officials were in the Clerk of the Court's oil'ice this morning unci incidents of cam pnigns were introduced and each gave borne unusual experience they had in their canvas lor votes, "i found at least one honest man in my campaign," said an ex oJHcial. There may have been many, but I know this man was honest. He was a tenant on a turm and I found him in the cow stable. I asked him to vote f...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

-vjmr wtwwwuwiMMMmijwaaentuiBjuMMimimjwiJwwMMi'MJiart II kl r mil ANN A Traction Engine and Hay Bailer go Down The Engineer Killed most Instantly AI- On Friday of Inst woe!;, nows cnmo to town of tho awl ill acci dent nt CrockottH run, but it Tow miles north of Lognn. A traction ongmo under the management of Henry Asboll, in attempting to go over the bridge, broke through, precipitating bridge and the whole outfit down into tho rocky gulch 30 feet below. Mr. Asbell wont down with tho wreck, killing him almost instantly. Tho body wub recovered by his companions and ho was borne into the house of Sam Holber noar by. Nobody elBO was hurt ns the other men in the crew were walking behind. There is quite a little hill to de cend in approaching tho bridge and u slight turn h tho road, It is BuppoBed that tho hoavy engine got over to one side of the bridge too far, throwing all tho weight on Mir stringer, which snapped aud let the wholo outfit down. The bridge was about 00 feet long, and co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

cpyywypr wmff! M4n'''"'"'i""","l ll)IIUIHHH'H pi ! I i.jii41i.i i ii ' i winwirnwnMiiiiwnn in" " "" '" ""'"' " "' iiMUWiimnuii n nn.i mm.., mm m i n. . u m nin . hi, ,i i , n iinwwwi ywuiiimm iiimnm'i'iui""'iiii niw iiiaiitwiiwwnwwwwswWWMuiiJUJmiiniamiJI & P P TO TAP OHIO f COALFIELDS Columbus and Southern Railroad Line , Will Be Completed. EASTERN MEN BUY STOCK Dateless Rumor Caussi a Henvy Run n a Chllllcothe Bank Governor Harris Announces Appointments, Ice Producers Elect Officers Other News of Bdckeyedom. Columbus, O., Nor. 20. B. B. Ding hum of Toledo, reiiresentlng: New York ami Philadelphia capitalists, has purclmfred tlio stock of the Columbus ic Southern Ilatlroaa company, which owns 25 miles of tl'ack between Wyan dotte, on tho Cincinnati & Muskingum Vulley railroad, to a point near Lnn caster. It la the Intention of the new owners of th road to complete It to Lancaster and Ash Cave, thence to McArthur, Vinton county, and to a pplut on the Ohio river, probiby Gal l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

-W"''' r'rAtmmam l'IIKMHWllUJUMjmuMilJJ,IJli,ll.BWWMBaWM'IX)ll1Tg Minim " 9 ,' Our '0 us a t&ftMMMMMWWWW S& T Dy HOWAUD FIELDING Coiiyrlglit, low), liyClmrlon W. llonko MAN who lu honuHl at heart litnl yet deeply engaged In qiiealloii ablo enterprises; who owes lure stuns anil escapes bank ruptcy l)j an endless process of borrow ing front Peter to pay Paul; who Is nl wuys "overdrawn" atone bank or an other and makes tho accounts good by checks which create other overdrafts; who lives upon his reputation for prompt paying, yet never really pays; who preseryos meanwhile a conscience rooted like a great Jaw tooth and al ways aching such ti man will have a weary mind, though the spur of auibl tlou may keep It going. A Jaded mind reveals Itself In queer little absurdities. Observe, for exam ple, Mr. Hubert Ely walklug up the east Bltlo of Broadway with an unllght ed cigar In his mouth. An enviable young man surely. He Is tall, strong, and of a graceful carriage. lie Is dressed In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 29 November 1906

' Ptt$W '' ' 'n"'7 T$V -rBiMSipr " mpilfPJU. " JKM-llJWWW '"'"'' """W'-" ii111 'TqpipwTwf.!r'' !-,,n;infiai JHHK ,-ggsa aftaa .3an a a. JSi wjnimmmMmmmmmmmm imn www iirtn,. mi pwwwftwgwfifwwywiMWMMp 'Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active Principle of every poundf of Royal Baking Wder. Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder renders the food remarkable both for its fine flavor and healthfulness. ( No alum, no phosphate which are the principal elements of the so-called cheap baiting powders -and which are derived from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. ROYAL tMKIHO POWDER CO,, NEW YORK. mSWtoivBmcstr am Jv&LdL to f iwm -e. r s . -j ft J I 1 B!. r Maxville TSI r. John 0. Thompson unit wifo, of Allen counfcy 0.. vinited lfst week, relations nd friends in Maxville, ami while heie sold his store building to Mr. Alex. Poling. Our neighbor, Mr. John Gooil livo and family removed last week to Junction (Jit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 December 1906

-jt i .WW - V . "W DEMOGRA TSE THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 25th, Year, Number 49. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 27. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO.-THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County NTINEL 7 1 '. yvA"' r IF THIS INGYO K taw YOU'R ot an TOWN Prices on Chlldrens Wraps. We are going to make this the greatest December in onr history and with M this end in view we have prepared a list of extra soecial offerinos with such I direct money saving significance that Christmas shopping -will begin at once. i Especially so since in buying now yon can either pay all or in part and have m m your purchase reserved by us lor delivery Christmas week or at your order. s EJLE.ra sio30im raflr&raiios in ELverv oeoanmni. 1 ' ' ' , m mm "" " "' w CESv "" www iMOTBiw w -qv h jy amH nr aw -vvk bi wawnwHwwiH Extra Prices. ifiSW58i$ S.98 0.00 4.98 3.98 2.98 Extraordinary Bargains in Ladies' and Children's Wraps. Ladies' long black coat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 December 1906

wviB(,w" ' ina"5 , pt,i-.- .','? V T If. GH MAN EffiD "Kryuti W making inrtro than the salary of the president, and I do not think no cures to have un- other presidential "nomination," Huid f'lmirniiiii Huivey (Surlier yesterday. "lie received about .i!n0,00fl for hi nnwspnpor letters from Europe, nwl 1 believe ho la to re-issue them in book form. llin loctttres, the milea of nisi book and The Com moner make up an income larger! than any president derived from the government. "I cannot speak for Jlr. Ilryun, but during Ilia trip oyer the state in the campaign, I received the impression that he wan not seek ing a third nomination and did not really cure to have it. lie did not appear to he looking forward to teceiving it. He seemed satis fied with having made two groat campaign and evidently was pleased vitli the way in which the people are coming around to his position on public questions. He could see that part of the people whose opinions control public sen timent was in line with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 December 1906

rr-'' Mt)h& in mm tfi i &fitoWmmmnaMAai wppfcami,HWffwir-n.to4 4 v &y I, J Christmas Time I Everybody wants to feel good and I make their friends happy. Why not? I Has the line of HOLIDAY GOODS that will please all the people; and you don't have to feel that yon have spent all yours money either. A Big: Store Filled With Fresh New stock, displayed in New Electric Lighted Show Cases that will please you. tl toe iCkOk T" l-i 5 c? I tfi .-! ,tfi ci. 1 SKs JL iliD 1II1IIIVI1DV of Suitable Goods for Holiday Gifts R have them for the OLD and YOUNG. The big line of Books is shown here; and Dolls, hundreds of them, come in and see if we know how to sell DOLLS. The greatest line of NOVELTIES ever shown in Logan. See Us Before You BuyWe Can Please You. . Yours for a fair deal, t & CO THE BIG DRUG AND BOOK STORE. ML tJJffoHp ill W& ' Stringtown .,Riitolioring now bboiub to bo tho order of tho day. The farmers of this community are almost through shuoklugoorn. Quito a number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 December 1906

"rr "Pitfw W D EMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runi.iHiiRti K.vEiir runBHiiAV vonNtnu. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. ilVl'iiHIMKATr.ll) l,UUI.I,JinH VtHCIII. C MltVIlT, Jt.U. H.sii'r., ,1. II. I)n!.l.i.t, I'KKmill.NT Nl.l'HMWItt lliuroit OFFIOllt In llollliim ninuk, Hmitli Door Kutertnl nt tUe IMMiiMW'ii In J.oinm.Olilo, us HccoikICIhm Mail Muttor. Thursday, Dec. 6, 1906 -, The Next President of the United Slates LOCAL N W . Mr. EhichI llrown und wife, of Canton, spoilt ThuiikBgiviug in Logn, With frionds. Atlin A very Hunilolph, of Zan ovn, W. Vu,, who lias been visit ing in Logan for the punt month, vlidted frimidn in NelBonvilte, Thiimluy. Tlw! fuiil. tlmt the merry inimical skit ctillcii ".lohiuiy Wise" which appears nt our locivl theatre next Wednesday, December 12, 1b owncil ntut managed by Harry 11. Linton, of tlio ilrm of Stephen & Linton, is a positive guarantee tlmt the production will bo first nliiBS in evory respect. FOR SALE The K. G. Martin property at...

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