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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 September 1907

-1 !- -V, I'S. vr LOCAL NEWS. far, Al Btlora was a Columbue visitor, Friday, Mr. Hi Brown was a Logan vin itor, Monday. Frank Hobo spent Sunday with his family in this olty. Mr, and Mrs. John fell) spent Sunday in ColumbtiB. Mrs, J. F, Hardon is visiting relatives in Columbus. Sheriff George Williamson was a Columbus visitor, Wednesday, Mr. W. H. Woitz, of near Hnclt hrldge, was in Logtui, Saturday. Mrs. Will Elselo wub ttn Alliens visitor tho latter part of hint week Mrs, T. J. Newmnn, of Rromen, Was n visitor to Logan, Saturday. Mm. O W. H. Wright Bpent Friday at Columbus, with her sis ters. Dr. Bear, of Darke oonnty, is the guest of his cousin, Mr. P. D, Sloan. MIbh Callie Wincheil, of Nelson ville, la the guest of Miss Flossie Newman. "Jeiry from Keiry" at the Opera House, Monday evening, September 80. Ferd Smith, of this oflice, 'Hook in" the Buffalo Bill show at Athens, last Friday. Messrs. Tom Murphy and Will Lang, of Murray City, were in Logan, Saturday. Claude Lyons went to...

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. — 26 September 1907

Hi,. ,niiitiiiii,iil i -fvtu,t&Jlii' n .f. .,......' """fr"1 l isainnnnnni J)UMliAlaVlJinUAlyiAiAJ;liAi ? 0 IS I Editorial Observations. I 'WWWWWWWWf Roosevelt Salves Burton. President Roosovolt snvs to Congressman Burton, " Thoro nre certain qualities of Icadoroiiip you pos sess which could not bo supplied by any one elso in the house, and you hnvo n mastery of cortain sub jects suoh as no othor man in the house can hope to attain. For you to leave the house therefore would mean that in certnin lines of leadership there would be a loss that cannot be made up." According to this view, tho present congress lacks material to fill Burton's place, should ho vacate. Just how the othor Republican members of the lower house will take to tho president's views remains to be seen. Then to give tho situation a nico clean look on the surface, some of the bonofloiaries of the insurance corruption fund, (the president not excopted,) could advise Mr. Burton to decline tho aid of corporation or...

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. — 26 September 1907

,r.f- te5"T. ,-.m.. $vTr -wrJf'f""-?f,,jT'"' &W v4T,''1"' ' " '"'"'yt rs1 3'w5rY5?'P?R7i's - v i h g yijgt WKwrTwsaij: a wofrjatwurew Kjjuwj'jmJiSMi'JL'ijm.mniuiujuuL' wmura n ww owct ffy .nfmqqcw fiPgyfrfffJ'!e- '' W?T f m JDr. Chatten, Ohio's Well-Known Specialist Coming to Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose, Wednesday, October 2, The Bi-Chomia JModical tion, that thoy havo consented to have their Radio Specialists visit tho Hotel on tho above 1 1 1 I I --v 4 " t . . S Incurable Under Ordinary Measures, Yield to the" Matchless Radio Treatment. In the claaa at sorloua chronic, obsti nate, long-standing diseases and afflic tions that bafllB tho skill of tho physi cians, that aro unyielding undor ordi nary medical treatmont and 'that have boon qulto generally regarded hereto fore no Incurable, tho Itadlo treatment accomplishes results that nro truly marvelous. In all tnnnnor of chronic sickness. In all manner of serious af flictions, In nil manner of Infirmities that Impair tho usefulnes...

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. — 26 September 1907

iWPA'i,.MiiWp.MPWJ r-i imacoc A PELVKr DISEASE Of Whuh Peruna Cured Me In n try ,S. I me WAS SAPPING MY LIFE. R7TW- SOPHIA CALDWELL, 1123 1VX IcGavock St., Nashville, Tonn. writes: "After doctoilng for a year and find ing uo relief from leucorrhea rcHulllnp from prolapaua uteri, and which was sapplni; my life forces away, I finally tiled 1'eruna, and when I found that II was helping me erery day, It seemed almost too good to be true. "But, It not only helped me, It cured nic anil In a very short time. "1 am now enjoying the heatof health. 1 urn strong and fiee fiom pain, and I certainly feel that all praise and honor are duo to Pdruua." Thousands of women will read the testimonial of Mis. Caldwell as above gUen. Thousands of thom will bo induced to try the remedy that saved hor. Thousands of thom will have the samo experience alio had. Parana Is tho remedy such women need. Poruna comes lllio a boon to suf ferlng womankind. Mrs. John Hopp, Webster Ave., Glen dale, L. I., N. Y., has a...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

ig'jaaaegawBCTSg " -M r I' i 0i TOE DEMOeRATSENTINEL. V THE OHIO DENOORAT, 26ttiTrNo 40 THE HUUKIHG SliHriHEL 07th Tear Ho 11 LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1907. The Only Demooratlo Paper In the County OltonUtlon 3000 Oae Dollar Per Tear ft k , .'3--. R. r' P J ' ' h . b V s RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS A work train waB out Monday at No, 0 bridge, dumping olntler to rill in the new spur which Iihb been placed there to accomodate Frank Pickett in loading lumbar. Mr. Piokett lion purchased u traot of timber near there and the spur is for convenience in hie louding the unwed lumber. The pile driver was at work Sunday re-enforaing the piling on the' bridge at the north end of the Logan yurds'. The machinery in charge of Contractor Rumor la in place ready to construct the new concrete pier for this bridge ua soon as the piling is driven. Later. The work haa been begun on the pier and is now under way. John Strawu, the old reliable night yard master, has tukeu a vacation and is...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

,r?iw v5 -tnniiifvps; iwrywfQ "wrtxjifjqpfYTFi'qtfT- nmmtg? JI!.fW JH'HHfl "-TO-rsa1 J5F!yK? MR CALFATTT TR strict liis FAMOUS BAND OPERA HOUSE lP' rnmrn r inn? ncuntouAi, ubiuocit u5 laui. re "" Ki'" r' I ' ' ' ' I BBS?-'' " , ' '..v . '3. ?. Wo ato indeed pained to loam t'int David Phillips has bocn stricken with paralysis. Ho is vory seriously siok. A nuuibnr of Logan High School hoys unci girls are in Lan caster lo wittiest) ii foot bull gum e between Lancaster unci Haail, A Few Choice Seats Still Left. m Call Without Delay at DLL MM ana secure your tickets. This will positively be the best Musical Organization that has ever visited Logan. inpA km Prof, U. C. Dibble wns a visitor in Logan, Tuesday. Mr. H. R. Thoiues, of Colum bus, was in Logan, Wednesday. Foley's Kidnoy Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that is not beyond medical aid. Bort &. Co. Atty. 0. E. McArthnr, wns day. Mr. Tom Leyshon has Texas to take charge of rand). Vollonweider, of in Logan, Tues- gone to...

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. — 3 October 1907

W 1 S HON. 1 V'.t rn i if w M I ft ?) w j" ft r-S-KFTl FC1R V ftNEURALGIA. Sciatica, Rheumatism. Backache. Pain in chest Distress in STOMACH. Sleeplessness 'wi"wm 1-wwi'tr THE TIME FOR HOLDING in the 4th Judicial District of Ohio, A, I)., It Is ordered thtit the day of the com mencement of each toim or the Plr cull Con its In each County In the 4th Ju dicial District of Ohio, forA.D,, icoa, shall liens follows: It bordered that the time of the begin ning of the terms of the Circuit Courts of the several counties In said circuit for the year 1903, be nxed as follows, to-vvlt: WASHINGTON COUNTY on the 14tli dav of January and the 29th day of September. ATHENS COUNTY on the 23th day of January and the 6th day of October. HOCKING COUNTY on the 4th day of February and the 13th day of October, VINTON COUNTY on the mn day o; 16th day of October, on the 12th day of February and the lEIGS COUNTY on the istli day of February and the 20th dav of October. IALLIA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT f on the 25...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

WhWWWWWHilWf H Mill ? fHlllIll I IN LIU 1- MAP OF I SSI Hi SSi SSi svs st. shi sw 3 sit szs S20 ssi S3v 'at jst si I llri3fc'il C 1 tej mm H H H K H H UlClYdl o I R M M M"R il A -rf - , . I 111 ? - Allotment I Jt m W iS 'f?0 I "lfjff 4 H yi . . tfflfijf ' BIG LOT SALE. c r , Hj p v oaturaay, uct. atn.l 'TTffi3 vt w" , Be There and Get One. I -v CA V rTT V?2 - ordbb Dana ' M" WS : ' Page Fpr Priees I ' 'VUSMffiJ ' Pick Out Your I - mhPSwIV S:3fidM Lot and Buy It I ( In a

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

JC- i "Rftra8!RffSm0!P!yHiU6f " u--"aicT I,!i-1i4 4(J . UIJWUHaJMJfclMlIUMM.JUHftUllUCRlJllMlllL MmnnhtrtiimitiirttrHIMiri Hi i I ti SK. .f. Jw its PRICE fciaw!.Jbira&iai 01 "") intf I y I .a - IMS "I v Following the advice of the merchant prince, A. T. Stewart, whefi your prices are right, 'publish them. Kindly study carefully the folio-wing prices, then go to the allotment and compare them with the lots and you -will find that we are right in publishing-. them, and that buying these lots is lik GETTING MONEY PROM HOME. o w SHOP SITES All the land we have along the Hocking Yalle3r railroad, equal to about 20 lots and numbered 1 md 2, is reserved for two SHOP SITES and will be given free to airy good factories The Board of Trade may induce to come to Logan. When California Avenue is extended through the Wright Estate, the approach to this allotment will be very much improved. Low Prices At the Glenova lot sale held September 19th, 1906, the buyers made their own prices and they ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

itr. .xriKysnxt JZ"wimmW!jHrl&:erll I i HE A I The Greatest Offer Ever Made by a 1 Publisher in the History of the World I M.M C i i i 2? 181000 FPT?T? Accident Insurance Policy g Yes, Absolutely Free With Every Yearty Subscription o The American Farmer! g Of Inc3.ia,rLe,polis, Ixiciieuaa,, anc3. IThe Democrat-Sentinel. i Both papers and $1000 Accident Insurance Policy for ONE YEAR, with no other dues or assessments, for only'. ibl.O ZZ. The A merican Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published. Tt fills a position of its own S and has taken the leading place in the home of rural people in every section of the United States. It gives E the farmer and Ills, family something to think about aside from the humdrum of loutine duties. Every rJ t Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON" L. GOODE. ! SZ. The publishers of the American Farmer have gone to gteat expense to secure these Accident Policies ZZZ SS for its readers. It proposes to have the biggest circulation of anv agri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

IT rwmmm&fm&mwmmmm"fr1fy?l! sasfECJSss iBag1,ijir1rjifT-ir,'atJ-'ij,a".Tn-;;y;.t. i,n&tvn-lvsmv',M'mtnm5m $$& i ii iiritT I! ft F t.f f i, H i :?r i,r ll w ill The Hocking valley Railway Co. BULLETIN West and South-West WW ONE WAY RATES SEPT. AND OCT. LOW ROUND TRIP Rates twice per month Sept. and ct.-N.ov. and Dec. Jamestown Exposition Rates until Nov. 30th. For full information call on or addess. C. W. SCHWENKE, Agt 444e In the proper enjoyment of homo Hie Is to equip jour residence with a telephone. It expedites the adminis tration of household affairs and aids in everything. You do not know how little it costs. Let us explain. :::: Use the Bell :::: CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY. HONEYandJ The original LAXATIVE cough remedy. For coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic. Good for everybody. Sold everywhere. Tho (jonuino FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in a Yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Preparod only by Foloy & Company, Ohloago. Bort ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 3 October 1907

wr- S!tw3(itsTOf ' "'Srff'ifiVIlKR j buijbbjmmmmijluw SLUGGISH LIVER PROMPTLY BENEFITED R. F. SASS, JR. RICHARD Jb bASS, JR., room Jlfi, Burlington IJlilf;., 810 Ollvo street, St. Louis, Mo., writes: "jl ao not Do llovo there is a person 'who Pc-ru-na a Godsend to Working People. ' takes Feruna admit that ho has been but must benefited. "I havo mot a largo number of men and womon who havo used it, but I havo yet to find the first ono who has not been helped by it. "It is of special boneflt to poor work ing men and womon who often suffer for tho necessities of life, contract dis ease and havo no money to seek medical advice. "To such Peruna comes as a godBend, as it brings health. "I have used it myself for a sluggieh liver and for catarrhal troubles, with the best results." Mr. L. O. Bort spent Friday in Neleonville. Mr. Arthur Newman left Mon day for New York. Mr. P. D. Sloan spent Friday in Murray City. Miss Lulu Parker is visiting relatives in Columbus Col. Weldy spent several in...

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. — 10 October 1907

B? fyft'if '&&& iji'niiniyaBawaqa "T t V t DEMOeRA TSENTINBL . i 't & T M4BKL Mill ' . j n rt t ..i;-'8"1 Tim OHIO DHMOOItAT. 20th Your No 41 TUB IIOOKINQ anNTINm. 07lh Year No 12 LOQAN, HOCK1NQ COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1907. Tlit Only SetaooratloFupor In the County Olroaltttloa 3000 One Dollar Far Tear MMWfrw 4 'V 2r vi' 7 k I i . V ft r LOCAL MD PERSONAL Pumpkins aro ripe at Kosgler,s, on tlioavonuo. Country produce of all kinds wanted a ICosRlcr's, on tlio iivonuo, Mr, Ford Johuaton of Greondalo wqr in Logan Thursday on busi-ncss. Mrs. WJ11 Eisolo is visiting friends nnd relatives in Hioksville, Ohio. Mr.'and Mrs. J. L. Shoots were Logan visitors Friday. "Wanted young and old chickons at Kesslor'H, on tho avonuo. Miss Nell faathiot was a Sun day visitor at home. Columbus broad and onkos ut Kessler's, on tho avonuo. MiBsMaggioMieser spont Thurs day in Columbus. Bring your country produce to KoBslor's, on tho avonuo. Mr. Charles Butin of Columbus spent Fr...

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. — 10 October 1907

&t IIPMBWBgtaJWWWIWWIIWWM" I I , i H i &iMMMiAlMOTMMfoM a i1 a & 3 editorial Observations, i 6 ar WMMMMMVIMMMW B5SC Taft Around the World. Taft has nt Inst snilcd on his trip around the world, Tito tour of course includes stops at nil points whore there nre cable stations, thus giving him opportunity to remind tho peoplo back at home of his continued oxistonco and enabling him to periodically inject hot air into tho presidential boom which bo persistently shows signs Of collapsing. That Is tho real object of tho trip, although tho at tompt is made to docoivo tho pooplo into the belief that ho is oboying tho call of duty and is leisuroly 'rushing" to the Philippines for the purposo of pumping additional doses of civilization into his wards, the Igorrotes. He oxpocts to visit tho em peror of Japan and the crowned heads of Europe and no doubt his thoroughly advertised landing at Now York will be timed to n nicety to most effectively in fluence the selection of delegates to ...

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. — 10 October 1907

IIIWCW1WWBW HHiWMMEWnP lEfwwmwiiiwi'W'm'w tmvm wjwi m vmnwttiBoucwii n niimwwwitww t n Dr.Miles' Anti-Pain Pill FOR I I .Neuralgia. Sciatica, Rheumatism. Backache. t Pain inchest. Distress in STOMACH. SlFFPIFSSNFSS iiwmmrmrmi Logan, Ohio. Hotel Ambrose from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Hhvo your eyes examined nnd tested by n skillod Optician. Dr, "West of tlio Franco Medical Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses nro required lie will fit you 50 por cont lower than any other firm. Wo grind louses to suit each person. If You Are Suffering from Any-Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Froo an ExporloncocJ, Educated Specialist, who Is thoroughly cqulppod with tho necessary appliances known to modern medical science? It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist ,f,f:5i!'?inlneanJ Consulting Physlclnn of Hie Prance Medical Institute. Dr. Welst will do more for you and Insure perfect success and In the SHORTEST POSSIBLE lime, and you are at no charges...

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. — 10 October 1907

P!-Y l' o 1 mmuaimmuuiiumumuiuitmiMmmmwnH iwiiimi aiUH mum BMWWWMWWIMMtuH ju au It t- 1 t i ,i 1 DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtiM.initKn Rvnnr TinmnnAY Moimixn. Tlic Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INI'lllll-llltATF.ll) l'trnMMiiBUH LOCAL AND V 111(111, 11. I.OWItV, l'KRHttlHNT It.U. UANHKl., HROHhTAKY .ft II. tlOM.IHON, ... KltlTOIt OlfAH, II, llRI'K - ANSI), KlIITOIt.tMANAtinit OFFIOKi-lii llnllMon Mock, Houtli Door Rhtcrmtns Hecoml (.Mum Mnttor Ootnuor 1, 1IKKI, nt tint Toil ultlei) Hi I.ihJiiii, Ohio, Under Act (if Coiiuruit of Mull il, IH7H. Thursday, Oct. 10, 1907. Democratic Tickets. VIM.AUB Of 1.0(1 AK. Kor Mnyor I). V Thinness. Kor Mftrslml.-AiiKU'tus Hlilvoly. Kor (!lurk--CliurlosSinltli. KorTreiiHiirorKiulolpli Drown. ' Kor Members of Council CJoor0 O. flngo, John K Canty, Kreil dlrnoko, Thos. lien nut, Nicholas Kborst, Harry Hoso. Kor Water Works Trusteoi Scott llrnil dock, August lllldebraml, f.owlu Hurtinim, Kor Members of Hcliool lfonrilJ, 1. Mil ler, Hon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 October 1907

'yjphflPrwiifWvx!H!FT!5!SP I1, I . V ft ) ) A SOCIETY MD CLUB NEW! Entortnln Pythian Slstors. Mrs. W. II. Whlto ontortniiiod tlio Pythinn Slstors with u nice treat of Ino croam and ouko, Tiiuh- dny night, nt tlio K. P. Hull. Euchro Mr. and Mm. J. E, Johnson an tertainod tlio following friends nt eticliro Wednesday night: Mr. and Mrs. CyniB Rochester, Dr. nnd Mrs. Clierrlngton und Mr. nnd Mrfl. Will Snldor. Mrs. Johnson Horvod refreshments. Euchro Cards are out for u Euchro to bu given by Mrs. Oub Htainnmn, Friday evening Oct. 11th. Houbo Party. Tlio following young pooplo en joyed a wook ond houso party at tho homo of Miss Dorotta Shutter of Carroll, Ohio, Misses Phlla Rrobko, DuhsIo DaVcy and Mlnnlo MeHroom and Mr. Will McBroom. Cnrd Party Tho party given by St. Mary's Auxiliary at thoir hall, Tuesday evening, wns a pleasant all'air. Pedro waB tho gaino played and ten or olovon 'tables of players took part. Mrs. Ambroso won the ladies prizo and Mr. P. J. Murthn wns tho lucky gentlo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 October 1907

a ? E P I Obituary SAUAXTHA MtM.S. Death is In our midst nnd sooner or later wo slinll Buy fnrowoll to this world nnd Its pleasures nnd ro to a homo prepared for ub, a homo not tundo with hands, eter nally In tlio Iiouvoiih. Donth 1ms co mo among tin nnd tnkon from ub n donr friend, onu thnt was io epootod by the entire community, She wns honest mid upright in all hor ways, always ready to obligo lior friends nnd neighbors, nnd lind a kind word for oVoryouo. "In tho midst of llfo we nro in death" is n fnct so well known thnt It bus bocome nlmost a com mon plnco in life. We look upon tho cold foaturos of tho doud with cnlm curiosity more ofton thun with end though tfulness, unless it be thnt one whom we loved line left us, nnd wo turn nwny nnd oiir honrts bleed. Tho subject of our sketch is Snnianthn Mills who was born January 21, 1841, and depnrted this life September 20, 1007, aged 00 years, 8 months and 5 days. In early life sho was united in marriago to John Amerine, to which uni...

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. — 10 October 1907

'' iiiii.i.iiijinanmuln..n m mum n t A I 'i ft. m. l in i;niiiii &mmmmimmmmmtmMmmmmm Tlie "Toledo Eye Specialists With 28 Years Experience OLD SI" VISITS iiillf GROVE Will Re turn to Logan, O, Satrtf, Oct. 26, (one day only) At Dr. B. C. Mcfflanigal's Dental Parlors. Wo have many pcoplo como to us after thoy havo tried all sorts of oyo doctors and oyo treat ments. W o don't claim to know every thing, but wo do know one thing well: how to fit glasses so as to relieve many Ills and ailments that will never lie relieved in any other way. The Doctor's glasses are wonderfully successful, be cause back of them -are men who know their business. EXAMINATION FREE Satisfaction Guaranteed Logan, Ohio, Sept. 00, 1007. Editor DKMOOItAT-SENTINEfi! I had n very onjoynblo and profit ablo trip last wook. I did not confino mysolf to any ono town ship or section but mudo a pro mlscouB canvass. In my work I visitod Sugar Grove, Sugar Grovo routes ono and two, or ratltor bo much of thorn as woro in ...

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. — 10 October 1907

&Tpf&WPiqpj1tGMF?fyW'W9rm W S ,. . 5- , U wi'wmuiiwi u m r yriHk "v v jiff JB (7 Ar JRgeS Otbr.Towg Goose Town. Sowing wheat seoins to bo tlio order of tlio clay. Mrs. Cntlmrino Davis Iiub sold her fat cattlo. Mr. Henry Settlos and John Dills uro cutting corn for T. B. Amerlne and Co. Wesley Kobison is hauling water for Johnson and Wine's saw mill. Mr. Marion Lowery was tho guest of Miss Minnie Waldron laBt Thursday evoning. Mr. Charley Chamborlain sold a milch cow to Marion Lowory for $50. iur. rreu Atnernie bought a large bunch of hogs of Wm. Hill. Mr. J. C. Hill is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. Wm. Starkey, Jr., and wife have gone to Pickaway County, where Mr. Starkey will engage in cutting corn. Among the Bick of this vicinity is Mr. Charles Burgoon. Mr. A. Hart has been visiting his sons, Alfred and Rufus Hart, of near Circleville, the past week. Mesdames Stella and' Hazel Starkey were the guests of Robert Davis and family, Mondriy. ' Benj. Settles is cutting co...

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