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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 April 1907

fi'BrriwifPi fzrwffl "rvpssw-' "i'iw wjihji'ww'Hhiu) ' nimuiufciumiimmiKiwu mmrwmmwm9mm4li1ttldAmimmmtmmm M$W4!wMCM M i NEWS OF THE OTHER TOWNS pc Sant. 1H John Wolf made a business Irip to Si. Bloomingville Friday Inst, Geo. E. Bhull and wife were at Lstitelville Ohio, on business Man dtiy, ' ,' Clint BroWn fit Royal, Ohio, wnaJ visiting relatives here laet Friday. Airs. Ida M. Wolf vleited her parents Air. Miller and family near Alle.nsville, Thursday. The.schodl in Dls .No. 8 of vrliioh Flnley Cox Is tenolier, came to n olose last Tutsdny with a spelling aid phonograph entertainment at night. All report a good time Mr. Cox has taught u good school and .all wish him success in his chosen work. Mr. Jefferson Jewel has contract ed to work for our merchant E. , W. burner the coming season. 'George Shnll was doing farm work for Ephraim Shull a few days laet week, T. B, Davis Post Master at Ural Ohio was here on business a few days ago. It is reported that Jessie Hasel ton has contract...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 April 1907

TflBPT" '"WiBfw-WMijp, i-SepsF WtI1W rf 1 THE CHRIS HOLL HARDWARE COMPANY ttMH-J '-'mfmr'--rxf'TiW'Wv:V'mfr "wip." IHII,IIIIHI IIMIII.IJIIIitMIJ.IIIMlllaiulMMg I Cream Separators "m.. 7S.&o p hurns ;0k::ds.:::m '.....foro GAS RANGES r.!T. ...fofiUlP HOT PLATES r.$2:00. :,...'. &SP Galvanized and Rubber Roofing, Best on flarket -Ji ' l V h I?' Buggies, Surries, WagQfls, JPIows, Harrows, all Makes I THE CHRIS JVi West Side y If . f A Hello! Hero conies Mr. Winter jS in full blast, and Misa Spring has gotten behind ngain. Dear read ' ere don't think its. summer when you hear the froga, for verily I say, thev forget themselves, because they wish to get out of the mud holes in our free pikes. Mr. John Smith, of Glbisonville, wns seen on our streets one day last week. Mr. Vern Kitchen, of Bethel ville, bought some fine pig of Mr. Bert KeUter u few days ago. Rev. K. Tilauser was on out streets a fwv diys ago, looking after the interests of Oak Grove Church. J. N. Klinkcr sold a fit...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 April 1907

-JJ. KF-'S-V ' ,W'Sl8W?r'' m nil j ii1iMwaF"Wiji'i"jui' jJm " I'Hi'iii" wmijuiulim'uihw nii'u muiiiiiiuin niuMi'n.!ji.'."'.'i"ni'm if i in mmtijinwHl,mini'i'im,n)t.wmii4i iajjiiiai.imNfj.iJLjfia"'iJiJsus wfiiutfiiuamm'jiuni ii'wi' a i'ujb smmuii wmiii w.mjimimtijwuaMgaitt'ttfrt'aaWfttaBRn.iwimmiiiEML.uiin winnwwwwwwwiiiwwgwwHw4 w " I ' i .. ,. , ., ' - . ' i ,-., I i W&A'lHiirP - r Farmers are Making His- tory. Slnoo the world wag, and eiiico'j some men produced in one line and others iir another, those who pro- duced food stuff and those who consumed it have been thought to be enemies one striving for a higher price and the other for a lower price for the sime commo dities. It was thought impossible to .reconcile the fact that the farmers made more money when farm products .were hlp;h, and that the wage laborers saved more mono' When farm products were low. 1 But since the organization of Society of Equity farmers have, been studying as they neVoi' studi ed before, and onines t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 25 April 1907

"vwW n ' w. " r MMMMMWaMMMatbMtii . ' t 5 tf. : f I to. lie jfeSy fJSObL8miIJB MllkA. Mellaril: .. iBwNO XkSWM School Watch for the opening number of our new serial story, "The Princess Elo pes" by McGrath, to ap pear in this paper May 9th, Domestic. Mrp. J. T. Sundorson ontertaiua the Domestic Clnb Thursday af ternoon. Pockanifts. Mrs. Geo. Gladman va3 tho vic tim of thi8 jolly crowd of ladies, who descended upon her at her home on Front street last Friday, night. A vory enjoyable time was had and delighfful refreshments served. Tourist. Mrs, Silverthorne was hostess for the Tourist's Thursday nfter- noon at hor home on 'The Heights," A very interesting program was enjoyed by tho club and guests. Mrs. Oomly read u very able paper on the "Inner lifu of Phillip Brook,,' and Mrs, Wil ton an entertaining and instruc tive paper on Dr. Henry Van Dyke. Club responses were "Na ture." After the program an ele gant lunch was served by Mrs. Silverthorne. Mrs. Warner was a guest, Koiler--Brook...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

'waswyjt'y'11 "' "A"w iu)feajj!igfejBti)tMi!stM.i ii"iiAj(jf li'i' guJj'ti' aftn afc-fiifWi -trrswT" "THE PRINCESS ELOPES," A SERIAL STORY BY M6RATH, STARTS IN THIS PAPER MAY 9. WATCH FOR THE OPENIN t w TE DEMOQRA TSENTINBL kfTdiffiSvtti '-ir'?-Era.urrfratMTWBPPrH ,-, -2mqoflt- ill P. OHIO DP.MOOKAT. 20th Yeat No 18 THIJ HOOKIMU BliNTINtll. OOlli Ymr No 41 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1907. The Only Democratic FAper In tin Oonnty aircnlntlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year G NUMBER efTX IT V,f ' j & t ' COMMISSIONER JOHN STRENTZ IsNowBjyontl This Vale of Tears DIES OF PARALYSIS Logan Loses a ' Good and Useful Citizen. On Monday evening after a short sickness, County Commis sioner John W. Strentz diad at his home of paralysis. MonthB ago he had suffered a Btroko of the awful malady, but recovered suf ficiently to attend to his ofllce and was seemingly getting along .nice ly, when suddenly on Tuesday of last week he was again strickon, and never regained consciousness. E...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

matutimmmat aammjjMumi nMommtmm Ji GOVERN OUS OF OHIO a 1 Editorial Observations, 1 "RatnuutBAumm I srwv:"f 'itiutf iimmiwmmw mi wtmmmmmm iiiiiini i i i n iimWI . --- I!,.. i M. I,, i n ii I'inft.r V T? T . . ,,, , I,,, ,'., i!m r,, n!r"' ' ' '"" '""1T B o iu President's Bonnet. That President Roosevelt wishes ho had nut spok en refusing ronoiutnution, Is more evident every day. Ho has looked over the field Foraker, Cannon, Ln follotte, Fairbanks, Hughes and Taft; none of them are entirely satisfactory to him for President. "For akor the worst and Taft the best, in the President's eye Yet, though Taft may make a fair candidate, thoTrosidont don't like that blustoring brothoi, Charley Taft. He is too windy, and uses the expres sion, "Mo and Bill and Teddy," too much. Whon any person wishes to quote the administration, the President wants it distinctly understood that he would have them say, "The President Thinks, etc." Hut Charley Taft always says, "WE think, otc." Charley furnishes ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

i ',"(); lu. v-l' attjyfc HCsWMItt ir 1 1 -I HjlJIHIMmiUIKmlB frMBBEWfcSHBl!1 mJMjHtm'IW""'W"" VHH&Vl'l&Vmu' """"I """ """ 'Wi''Jm.tj.wwisji w.imiu.nimituiunuj TrTT I m K4 1 k OLD S m hi SONVILLE. muunu unuoo mu. ou. ran Has a Good Week Oui and Gathers Many Names to Our Rapidly. Increasing Subscription List. South Terry, April 22, 1007. Dear Editor: 1 left Logan just one week ugo to day and struck out for Hookbridge. Leaving Rockbridge and Boyd TroxePe coon dog I Blurted up Coly Run, thence over the bill to Gibe, where I met a very hotirty welcome. Leaving Gibifjonville and Juke Oupp I started bravely out for the Rockliouse, where I put up for tliO night. Landlord Cox and hie estimable- wife gavo me a hearty welcome and u fine supper. I eat the usual amount of ham and eggs and of course was prepared for good work. T can Hcarcely refrain from complimenting Mr. Cox on his up-to-date management. He is courteous and accomodating, very pleasant und agreeable and h.s the happy fac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

PSHSSR"" T"? 'i"Wn- --T-T- -Tar'-S1"" " ft" --"i T H I p-fcWKlWB HcnnMutffn'vi v DfiVIOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtJUMSHRl) RVK11Y TJIIMtfltMY MOHNlNfl, The logan Printing and Publishing Co. IIM'"H1' UI.VTtJII) Vtlirlll. ('. J.nu iv. It.U. ll.VNHKI .1. 11. DoU.iMim, OlIAS. II. 1JUK ASM! PnritiiHNT HI.UIIM tlV Klllldll Ell! I OK, I MAN.WIMt It fa only duty ami Justice to encourage your home paper, ex tend lo ft tlio nourishment to which it 19 entitled. Pay your subscriptions piomptly, mid send n few extra copies to your rela tives and friend nt a distance They will appreciate the favor nnd bo will we. OPI'IOKi- In Dollixiu ulocls, noutli lloor Hutcreil ut tlm I'oMnlllrciu t.oxim Ohio, as Heroiiiil'lntt .Mull Mutter. Thursday, May 2, 1907 ' 1 1' mil- wnnt your town to grow and prosper, wnko up, rub your eyes, roll up your sleeves and go to work for it. Most fortunate is the boy or girl, the young man or young lady who is given the opportunity to attend school in Logan. Its edu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

" I ' ,T -,ivv.. Tfearfisf -,. Tt - r- rf--5t- ; & i(WY tfWWrrit')tli'lM'W'JnlHVfllWilWIWmwlJJL)'WiWI!MnMMIMMJ ! 1 w ' mrtnii m JIIil H WRONGS ctnmnfli rlJentvWo Tto rnn. T1', llM'' ft1! Hid linued use means injury to health. CI Folio winsr the advice of medical fjjslHEiis scientists, England and passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making. American ho use should protect their holds against Alum's by always buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. fl Pure Grape Cream Tartar Powder is to be for the asking- luy by name Haydenville Wo again wish to enter your columns as of yoie. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Chute Sun daycd in this place with the latter's sister. Mis9 Emma McLnin attended the funeral of a gioat-aunt in Monroe Mich., last weak, Homer Cunningham, clerk at the H. M. & M. Co. Stoie has rc tiied to hie home at Little Hock ing. Mra. D. A, Rlzor was called to Athens on account of tlio illinesa of hor mother, iioht. Thompson. Miss Elllo J. Wolfo, of thia place, closed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

If Wl fWHgWpn -h rr- ,,i-zr J wiwtAjmimi UMflmiMUt'i'i ?., SOffiM' cWr -.' tiS Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Merchants, April HOth, 1007. Apples . Butter .. OhickoiH Wheat Oats . . Hogs Steers .... Heifers Calves .... $1 50 . .. 120c ,...10e ...75c Potatoes Iiggs Dressed (! in .. . Iqc I 5c Timothy . Go Dressed . 5e Cows . . . ie lJulls . . . 0c Lambs j j5(jj ylo! 3c !ie Go gi:nkhai. .MAi:Ki:rs Cincinnati Wheat, SOe; Corn, 50c; Oat, 13c; Kye, Tile; Hogs, (!u; Steers, oe: Sheep, !5c; Lnmbs, -He. New York Wheat, Sic; Corn, Ol'c; Oats, Hoc. Chicago Wheat, 80c; Corn, 50c; Oats, He; Steers, Oc; Cows, le: Heifers, 5e; Sheep, 4c; Lambs, 5e; Calve3, 7c; Hoga, 5o. The Farm Owners' Wages. The press is filled with rumors and news of strikers among trades people, the contention bein for increased waj;es made necessary by the increased cost of living, and some of the pa'pers nro ex pressing surpiibe that at such a time farmers should think of in creased price for the products of the farm,...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

SHJ55RIR3jjB SWIt ijJ-ss- -. J fffrr"' -up Trjrgi vr&ryem Kfcagwyt2oy nimwn f oynwwiii wr ihotwp jw i mi. w i ' wy w ?y Twwwgwrcii) ja.gB.ru ;j t mw w i mFVpyaKmsaMnx tajJumMuuw w bhw r",l-umiimrnm"j !-'-w iwwmi innimiiuMW'iiMii'ummiiw " gyrfiyWPWyiltltt JWW gOT Bi"WP.WW. I ' K a.' sji OtfcerTowi Correapondenta ftom other towjie aro requested Lo have thuir copy in this ottloo not hitter tlmn Mornduy nlghtor Tuesday morning. Please write on one side of paper only. Editor. , West Side Again Uncle Slack sits do Mi With pencil in hand to tell what he knows, and maybe u little more, but will try to give the moat im portant happenings of our wild west side. Preaching at Oak Giove last Saturday night wus well attended. Rev, E. Blaiiber being tlio pastor. Mr. Bert Keister purchased a nice little furm here hist week. We are glad Mr. Keistei located in our neighboihood. Henry Huflines was a culler on this side one day last week. Lewis Keister made a business trip to Laurelville recently. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 May 1907

" 1l HJJMflrtWWWWtWWWMiWWl HBWWWWIWIMU WHMWHWUlW DWWWWIgt r " "ALWAYS FOR LESS MONEY 5) The Farmers' Co-Operative Hardware Company NOT IN A TRUST LOGAN, OHIO. IM 1 B i Our business last year was a hummer. This year will be better. We ask our customers to share our prosperity with us, assuring you that every article in the Hardware Line bought from us will be as good as the best with a shade less cost to you. Isn't (hat fair? Nothing suc ceeds like success. Low rents and less expenses enable us to SHARE OUR PRO FITS WITH OUR CUSTOMERS. JL JL JLy i. Do you want a Buggy? We have them at prices which will astonish, considering quality. Get in line and be one of our new customers and increase your bank account. Read Our Prices on Buggies,. Surries and Run-a-Bouts. These vehicles arc manufactured by the most expert makers of such goods in the United States. Every buggy, run-a-bout and surrey made by the above firms and sold by us is guaranteed. Our word is as good as our bond. Our old cus...

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 May 1907

"W?-' n- f t - - fi "jfrft ' "!S JP! "WTTsar" -" ?,' nJ(iH"t 55?" iw&qrvw' r'i"!,vxmgp,a!,'fffr ' ,'msmf'mp SEE PAGE, SIX "THE PRINCESS ELOPES." xMmIArKMA M &jErJi. M M JL Jilr JLmm jfiin oiiio niiMonnAT. aoih Yr Nn to THE HOOKINO antUTNlUi 00th Vtrnt No 41 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY o, 1907. Tlie Only Deraccratlo Faptr In the Oounty Olrcnlatlon 3000 Ono Dollar for Year The Price Raised. witmmmmm m,.miumtmmui,imiiuiii i ) tt V v It 5 W. niFns ipsa hi i f" r i Biiriir4 imps k oniiTroT Birsn bib BfioAii Kw 'WKL BBnlRI'Vi S'BBBB Bill 111 A Rl KKKrf"?v 4- JR& uUliilol EetLU 1st LUo N. Ii-.fli Cfnm P A.1,... n.,,1 otuim ui jjiuiiao ami Each Strove HANDSOME LOVING Went to the Successful School Athletic Contests ' Also Pulled Off. , The most enthusiastic High School oratorical contests in tile history of thia, the Southern Ohio district wus entered into ot Let gan Friday of lust wek. Chill- icothe, Circleville, Lancaster, New Lexington tind Washington G. H. high...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 May 1907

' Obituary. nr iirv. t n. white Mr. John W. StienU wits liorn in LctncriBtor, Ohi", April 14, 18118, nnd wan called from earth April 29, 1007, nt the nge of "OH yoare and 15 days. Wheti he wu only nine years old his fattier vq cnllod to the s other world so that he vas early in life thrown upon his own ro spousibility, As u boy he worked for the father of my own brother-in-law, Mr, Kceinger, in Lancas ter, and is remembered by the family us a very trusty, faithful boy. At tho ago of 18, he engaged to learn the carpenter trade unci Bpent threo years in thus fitting himself for tho duties of life. Ho then worked at his trade in Cincinnati for one year, returned to Lancaster and worked for Mr, GrolT with whom he had learned his trade, uutil he unlisted, on August 2, 1802, in Co. T, 0(Hh Reg't. 0. V. I., tu n soldier'in the Civil War. Ho went at once to the front aud was in some of the haidest places of the war. With in a few montliH after his enlist ment he was wounded, December 81, 18...

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 May 1907

.i.m.., ,,,, .iiy wr (in mi I1 mi iiimir iypiii,niiygipfljyt- ngrrT ni.iiiiiimiwiSHiiiii iWwmwM i ,,,111 w.-MfWij Lini,iiirM.iyii'-i.Nijiiiuii'i''''Sg?g t. & 0 K It f NEWS OF R WN . Brownsville Well, Undo Teddy Is still living and Able to eat three pood meals ft day. Mr. D, F. Flowers and wife call ed on Mr. Isaac Flowers',' Thursday. Mr. W. M. Watts was butcher, ing one day last week. Mrs. Slary Lutz, of Dry Tavern, was shopping at Mr. W. M Flowers, Saturday. Mr. Daniel Saters . and Earl Caves made a business trip to Lancaster Buturday. Mr. N. P. Springer and wife were shopping at W. M. Flowers, Saturday. The people of the Holiness Chapel met Thursday evening for the purpose of nominating a preacher. - They elected the same man that preached for them last y6af, Rev. R. P. Fitch, Charley Roop, chairman, Mrs. Alice Jack son, Secretary and W. M. Jack son, Treasurer. Mr. Charley Pratt and Clifford Beavers made a flying trip to the B. I. S. Saturday afternoon. Mr. D. F.' Flowers and...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 May 1907

oTvyr&i srr ?. " "!" t-j JMI rasf-i" ' . Da. f( "VK m. :M tmymmmmM-mmtomtym DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, FtmiitSltKO KVKHY THtTUBDAY MOKNINU. Tho Loqnn Printing and Publishing Co UNCOurOKATKt)) VinottiC. Low It v. II. G. llANSUL, J. B. IJOLLldOX. ClIAS. II. Buck rrHLThllEUS -A TltKSlUKNT Skouiwauy " Emrou AtiSO. EOITOK AND MANAUttK OFFICE: In riollteoij Block, South Door.. Entered at the Postolllce In Loan, Ohio, as Second Class Mall .Mattel. .Thursday, May 9, 1907. ' Announcements. Wenrenulhorlzedtoniinouiicotlienniuoof J.B. DOI.WSON as ncntuJlilntcforMnjorof Lognn, for a second term, subjoct to tho "VHt of the TJcmoorntlc prlnmry. A Statement. By the persuasion of friends and the people of Lo gan, I have consented to serve them u aecoud term as Mayor of Logan, if I get votes enough. I have en deavored to enforce tho laws as I And tliern upon the statute books, and if you favor such an administra tion in the future, I wiH insure you that the moro I learn of the law th...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 May 1907

iniiiininii "Hi i i itiiVrnVinirim fi - i ni '- lf'" ilWiinl mw niiMBIIiHnJiiiitiiiniimi inftirijMii,'tfliiimMiiliNii'i'MWiihn'im iaaWpMibaji ,'! i iMrirtiinftif YH- mrt ' T;"ia (3 , ?Pw?MI,''w"WWW'll'qg ""WI?WiPlWf'W(lJUl''lalg'JLll?'J!CMMg jMgjLS'utJuii'aii'Pj'jij'W.wwc.gaMag',utf ig;iiiiraj!mgffT'iiM.uii.Jii" iiipshbshhi rinHonm I FOR SALE $15,000. mmsmmmmsam ,l"P$MflPI(jwsiw& r-i MHRipiiiiPPnivwPiMfiipiNpnn li B B It I n u j J i I 17 D r OF LOGAN, OHIO ?feaS lMi JL Ail JcLo $50.00 EACH -JL stsWsN ' J- -" V. Issued for the purpose of supplying us with sufficient working capital and completing improvements which will make this a modern uptodate Sewer Pipe and Pressed Brick Works. We are incorporated under the laws of Ohio for $200,000, which is divided as follows: $174,050 Common Stock, which is all issued and paid up; $25,950 Perferred Stock with 7 per cent, guaranteed Annual Dividends. . . The most attractive form of security and one that ap peals most strongly to the invest...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 9 May 1907

CT3 - gwws mmymmmtmv9Vtfm Zs . JHVQmf M-- Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Meiohantp, Mny 8th, 1007. Apples .$2 00 Potatoes . ..45c Butter 22c Chickens 9c Wheat 75c Oats 50c Hogs 5'Jc Steers 5o Heifers - 4c Calves 5c Eggs lie Dressed 12c, jjfjc' Ci-rn m:,.,i, in r,n XiUIUbllJ iwiou Dressed 7c Cows 8c Bulls 3c Lambs 5c GENERAL MARKETS Cincinnati Wheat, 89c; Corn, 55c; Onte, 47c; Rye, 78c; Hogs, Go; Steers, oc; Sheep, 8c; Lambs, 4c. Now York Wheat, 90c; Corn, 57c; Oats, 47o. Chicago Wheat, 80c; Corn, 50o; Oats, 4fie; Steers, Cc; Cows, 4c: Heifers, 5c; Sheep, 4c; Lambs, flc; Calves, 5c; Hogs, 5c. Agriculture Ollical Report for May 1. The following report of the es timated area and condition of crops, and the losses of live stock during winter and sfpring, is based upon the returns received from the regular township crop corre spondents of the Department, the returns being averaged for each county and finally for the state. Wheat Prospect compared with an average, 74 per cent. Sprin...

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 May 1907

Ml..iit.wnMnfeAafeSv a jtetcKia jog iUnratnw afe sfcrtsMsMaS t O Ttrmiiiiiiifn in mi .jiiiiri fitg iiTiiiif t Jianw laitmn t r "ALWAYS FOR LESS MONEY" " armers iOAJDerative oaraware Lomoanv i MAT TM A nTPTTQT inP.AM rfcWTr X iMrwwtmmsnu t. -h ja-ag ',. V rtt r Id ) Our business lastyear was a hummer, fhis year will be better. We ask our customers to share our prosperity with us, assuring you that every article in the Hardware Line bought from us will be as good as the best with a shade less cost to you. Isn't that fair? Nothing suc ceeds like success. Low rents and less expenses enable us to SHARE OUR PRO FITS WITH OUR CUSTOMERS. flH '""" '" "- wmummut mu iwm'in n'" " i "T---U-, )f .,. r'TTTl I - -iin.--; .t.ni ., ,. Prvr , . . .- rr-rrTrl i ine r m Do you want a Buggy? We have them at prices which will astonish, considering quality. Get in line and be one of our new customers, and increase your bank account. Read Our Prices on Buggies, Surries and Run-a-Bouts. These Vehicles are ma...

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 May 1907

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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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