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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

3V SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Wnlkor-Kollor. Mtimod Oct 20, 1007, by Rev, J. W. Willis at tho U. R. Parson ngo In Lognn Ohio. Mr.Portor J. Wnlkor nnil Miss Klttio Kollor, both of Lognn, Ohio. w. c-foT Tho Lognn V. G. T. U. will meet nt tho home of Mrs. L. G. Dolllson, at two o'clock Thursday aftornoon. A very Interesting ro piort of the State Convention will be road nt thiB meeting. Snldor-Shorr Mr. Frank Snider was married nt 7 :80 o'clock Tuesday, to Miss Lucy Shorr, at tho Holy Trinity church, in Somorsot. Mr. Law rence Kcssler nnd Miss Florence Snider, of Logan, acted ns grooms man nnd bridesmaid, Tho young mnrried couple hnvo mnny friends in Lognn that wish them many years of happiness together. Sowing Circle Mrs. Daisy Ferguson very chnrmingly entertained tho mem bors of the Sewing Oirclo Inst Sat urdny evening. A good jolly timo was spent socially and in doing fancy work. Mrs. Ferguson served dainty refreshments, assisted by her mother, Mrs. .Tas. Watkins. Mrs. Eail Lindley, of Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

&i V .-. f . v ii mubtsziwKumB'm mmwwMim wmBMWBJW mMnmmwM 1 A SUBSCRIPTION MD EDUCATIONAL I OFFER THAT CI NOT BE EOUALE It Is our de&lrc to largely increase our circulation and at the same tlinu give our patrons more for their money than lo obtained anywhcie. Wo have arranged for a proposition that seems unreasonable, for you lccclve SO MUCH FOR YOUU MONEY; but wo always tflve our patoons ALLTIIK ADVANTAGES or any good deal that it Is our good fortune to arrange Uuough our general knowledge of the business world. $ "I HERE IS OUR OFFER : The Democrat-SentiiicI, one year - - $1.00 The Cincinnati Daily Times-Star, one year 3.00 Map of the State, U. S. and the World CTom) . 1.50 fiartman's Stock Breeding Guide .50 Total $6.50 You Get all for $2.50 It is a Proposition That Can Not be Excelled What Our Specials Really Are The Cincinnati Times-Star is an up-to-date daily newspaper (0 days a week.) It is complete in all respects and has a circulation LAllGEIt TiIAN ANY OTHER ONE-CE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

f- $&f?&f4$$ Afvtf S--s E! Ffc' l Ik V . Carbonhill lion I was n llttlo bnrofootod boy T would soraotimos got in tho way of grown up peoplo and would got my tooe trampled on and would sot up a whino, then father would nsk mo what was tho matter and I would toll him I got in tho way of Mr. bo and so mid ho trampled my toes, and at tho Bamo time if I had kopt my mouth shut no ono would have known that I was hurt, seo. Mr. John Kennedy, of this place, went to Columbus last Sat urday to soo his sister, Mrs. Milos, of Logan, who is at the hospital. MiBS Graco Inbodon, of Marion township, 1b again to take her abode in this place. Mr. Jamos Matheny, of this place, was in Nelsonvillo last Sat urday. Mr. Wm. T. Parks has a job of repairing Mr. Truman Loo's coller at Longstreth. Mr. Poto Evans, of Columbus, was hore on bnsinoss part of last week. Mr. Starkoy, of Logan, was seen here last Wednesday morn ing. Mr. Stafford, tho hollo man of Nelsonvillo, was here on business last Saturday...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 31 October 1907

'twwwiim ". irwrntl- Mipiw W"' i--w J' ' " Pr ' ""f RWWPP!W wSSStoll JCTtrSsgBpS VSSai I GRANDPARENTB TELL ABOUT PE-BIML Catarrh riftccn Years. Mrs. S. A! Rogers, LcMoore, Call, writes J "I had chronic catarrh of fifteen years standing, and louth Boomed to staro mo lu tho fnoo. 1 tried several 'so called catarrh icmcdlc3, and without avail, 1 look llf tuett bottles of Peruna and 11 vo bottJrn of Muiiiillii, and 1 um completely cured. All tho catarrhal eymptoms nro uoue, my digestion is good, my npjiotUo ia good, and 1 rest well at night. I nm ementy years of ago and I liopo to llvo niuny moro years to praise l'cruna to all my friends who suffer from catanh as I ctlil," Rheumatism or Old Age, Mrs. Caroline Trunk, 1703 Jefferson Ave., 1'corla, 111., writes ( "I had a vory painful trouble for six years, consisting of rheumatism In tho back and in tho thigh. 1 used n great deal of medicine, but it did not help mo. Then J used Dr. Uartmaii's Peruna, and two bottles of this entirely freed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

"wwsi '-j DEMOQRA TSENTINEL i TIM 0M0 DEMOCRAT, 20th Your No 45 rnn hookino srntinm. 07th Year No 10 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1907. Th Only Demootallo Paper In too Connly OltoeUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear smnnnnminmimmmmimmmnnimmmmmn i ' ft" L - IV & B. I & fii D r II J ( h i t CLOTHES THAT SATISFY ATT A TlVf Pease a,1( satisfy the most discriminating dressers, the men who think VY JL rXLLVl ReadytoWear Clothes are not good enough for him. Our line of SUITS AND OVERCOATS are made by the greatest .aggregation of skilled tailors in the country,that accounts for the fit and workmanship. The fabrics and prices are right, too, and we can show all the newest stripes and colorings, You owe it to yourself to see our lines before you buy. AT $6.00, $8.00, $1 0.00, TOP COM! SUITS ID OVERCOATS RAIN COATS $8.50 111 2 .00, $15.00, $1M, $20.00 $10.00, $12.00, $15.00. P Young Men's Rain Coats-Sizes 15 to 20. Use them as light weight overcoats and you have a sty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

. 'lW'5'1f- " aw Tf-agwsr; wvffifi- 1 mmmywiwwiw w..mmw, mm unjMpm SP'" Probate Court. Information wna filed Oct. 20, by ProBcouting Attorney A, K, McUroom against Willinm Davia, conflncd in the couiiy Jail for carrying un coaled woupons. Matter whm honid by the emit t, n plea of guilt tutored and u fine of .$300 and costs imposed, to etund committeod to llio work house ut Oolumbua until the fine and cofta are paid. Defendant paid fine unci coals amounting to $15.00 on Nov. 1 nndjvaa released. DbvIb ia the fellow that wna pick ed up on the train for making some throating remarks to tlio conductor, and when searched was found to havo two guns and four knives on hia person. Ho haa laid in jail one month and paid- .$15.00 for his littio escapade, bo it might bo u warning to young men not to be bo liberal in carrying guns and knivea. The last will and testament of John H. Morris, lato of Good Hope township, was presontod for pro bate on October 20, and hearing on the same was had Thursd...

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

7y?;9HjHPEflWBPPHF7 jww ufip4rpt - nyir $ ' k' i i Dr.Miles Anti-Pain Pills r--Si 1 1 FOR LNeuralgia. Sciatica. Rheumatism. Backache. Pain inchest. Distress in STOMACH. Sleeplessness wA f Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose SAVE YOUR SIGHT Ilnvo your oyoB examined nnd tested by a Hkilled Opticinn. Dr, West of the Franco Medical Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses are required he will fit you CO por cont lower than any other firm. Wo grind lenses to Biiit each porson. If You Are Suffering from Any Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Froo oquippeu wun tno nocoasary appliances Known to nioaorn It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist Chief rvaminliiBanJ Consulting Physician of the France .Medical Institute. Dr. Weist ulll do more for you and Insure perfect success anl In the SHORTEST POSSIBLE lime, and you are at no chirscs If lie falls to heal falls to cure. Not a PENNY lb lost lo you if you are at all dissallsfleJ. Ci ft ITW & ATTT CnC Tffll Have you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

nujiiuiin.niMwmi"juiliftmu f KJ?immYi'9fTemMvk til (J ft '- A ! t: D. V. TiBS, MAYOR A Spirited Contest Give Bost Tuesday's election in Logan was piritod, and certainly did bring out a nice vote. T ho Democrats won Mayor, Marshal, two council men cut of six, an ontlro Board of Waterworks trustoes, two nssoss ors out of four; Republicans won Treasurer, Clerk, four councilmon out of six, and two assessors. The Republican leaders put up lots of money and made ovory ef fort to defoat Mr. Thurnees, Dem ocratic nominee for Mayor, but ho pulls through by a clean 70. Also Marshal Shivoly had a hard fight soomingly, but rounded up a uico 80 majority. We regret to have the figures show us that Charley Smith and Rudolph Brown are defeated for Clerk and Treasurer, respective. They would have inado good olli cors. The pooplo had their pen cils with them this year and did some awful scratching. We saved two councilmon and a full board of Water Works Trus tees, and two assessors. The village offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

'"""OT'TUpppiJp ljppipi! as S 0 i --. o O SOCIETY ID I ENS Saturday Club MIsb Minnlo AVlitto received the Saturday Club, Inst Saturday nftornoon. Tlio weather man was not a bit coiiBidonUo of now fall frouk and frill, yot tlo ladles of the club woro almost all In attend nnco. A Bplcndid program wub given, Mrs. Beoni and Miss Nan McBrido having papors, Wook-End Party Mr. and Mrs. Don Fishor, of Union Furnnco, and Mr. Fred Am brose, of Nelsonvillo, woro out-of-town guests at n very pleasing week-end liouso party givon by Mrs. Dr. Smith, Sunday. Quite a number of frionds woro present and a most elegant dinnor sorvod. Tho occasion was the birth anni versary of tho llOSt088. Pecksniffs. This yory congoniul Indies club mot Thursday evening of last week nt the homo of Mrs. Dr. LyonB, and celobrated tho Hallowe'en season in most fiting stylo. They renewed their youths in tho rem iniscence of their youngor days when they took part in the showers of corn and cabbago. Mrs. Lyons served supper....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

55s?r "'-w'BwgMf gaMiiiyy-'PPi wp'iipfPP 55?! ivT'w11 RATES Tii pursuance of law, t, .1. V, fiabrcll. Treasurer of Hocking County, of mills levied on each dollar of property listed for taxation within said NP0R STATU PUKPOSUS! Sinking rund .10 in.) University fund .215 mii cii., r ...... i 'i ir. ... VOU COUNl'V PURPOSES County fund .'1.00 m.i County Hoad fund Uridpn fund, Vounes Ford 1.00 m.! Hulldlnt' fund .555 m.; Election fund Impiovccl road, Hoiid and Interest fund Il.OO in.; J'oor fund ."0 in.; Soldiers TOTAL COUNTY I.UVY 1i.li.Vi FOR LOCAL PURPOSliS Sl-G TOWNSHIP I'UIU'OSr.H CORPORATION purposes 00 M V TOWNHIUPS. u 3 o SOIIOOI. DlHTRICTS, , g B M 9 5 M O0RPORATIONS h . & 5 Sfc-r alt! 5 5 a a I I I s & a I S I 3 3 f S S 3 -3 3 I I S tJ Sou S-soBoSdOoSWoO 1 II. II I I I 33 I , "i iieniun l :iii II "IS i 5 T. Tw himio i V Falls 1 315 II fi.75 0 6 1.& i C (1 ft) 2d ft) 2 h areon i ar. u v. - 1 o. an I. w sotmn 4 Oood llopo 1 ill.'i II BB 8 2 176 .15 10) 2 i 00 I 6 i.i...

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

f-VTFf " !J si fc ? r v iw7 ? NEWS OF E TOWNS Carbon Hill. Not much doln this wook. Mr. Comodoro Slmnk, of Juok eon, spout purt of Inst wook will) his father, Mr. Jolin Shutik, of this plooo, Mrs. Rulph Spoonor returned Inst wook from it woek's visit In Iiulliuiu' Mr. Joo Greon, of Straitsvlllo, passed through horo Inst Snturclny evening enrouto to his homo In Athens. Mr. Flavo QJurk, of Athons, was rooontly scon horo. Mr. Mont Mills, of Monday, was aeon horo Inst Sunday aftomoon. Dr. W. S. llhondo had business in Columbus Inst Wodnosdny. Mr. Charles Ducan, of Colum bus, spont last Sunday hero, Miss Bontrioo Ross spont last Sundny with lior parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. VV. lloss, of this place. Mrs. Uuclo Hcz nnd children re turned homo last Tuesday after an nbsenco of 18 days. Mr. Eph Shaw had business in Logan last Saturday. Mr. Brown, the clothing man of Logan, was here on biiBinois lust Tuesday. Mr. Edward Kennedy, of Sand Run, was seen hero last Saturday onioute to Logan to uttend ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 7 November 1907

) s. i k Kidney Disease, First Stage Promptly Relieved By Peruna. ffffll JlPlilliffJ BHII J AS. M. POWELL p Tim Hrot fltngo of Urlght's Ms. ctiso of tlio kldnoys id known as tho catarrhal fltngo. Citlnrrli of tlio mucous mombrano lining tlio kldnoys Is tho first net at n. drnnin that often ends as n trngecly. To stop tho catarrh Is to head off tho disease. If llrlghl'sDlfictisoCiin horollovcd during tho catarrhal stngu nil will bo woll. l'oruna has nchlorcd n reputation fot mltluntlng cntarrh of tho In ternal organs. This explains why 1'oriinn lias linnnimnfl iifh tin miifh RiinnnfiA 2Jh In Iddnoy tllsetmes Catarrh of the Bladder. Mr. James M. Powell, -lil Kensington street, Kansas City, Mo., writes: "About four years ago 1 suffered with a severo catarrh of the bladder which caused continued Irritation and pain. I was inlborablo, and could not stand up or walk for any length of timo with out extreme weariness and pain. "I began taking Pcruna and Itgroatly relieved mo, and In eleven ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

Pi 77H DEMOGRA T-SENTINEL. ft THB OHIO DEMOORAT. 20th Tsar No 47 THE 1I00KINO SENTINEL 07tU Toar No 18 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ai, 1907. Th Only Demooralto Paper In the Oonnty Olronlatlon 8000 One Dollar Per Tear & A. 5 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Swoltzer Cheeso nt Comlys. J. 13. Cnnty Columbus. spent Saturday in Country Comlys. Dried Swoet Corn at Mr. Alva Kloin, of Enterprise, spont Friday in Logan. Mrs. Will Frneoh spont Sntur- day in Columbus. Havo j'ou tried Comlys. Richelieu Oats, Miss Lucille Allon spent Thurs day in Columbus. Miss Maine Campbell was a Col umbus visitor Friday. Hino and Hoke Hominy at Comlys. Mr. W. D. Crossin, of Jackson, wag in Lagan, Friday. Mr. Eph Shaw, of Carbonhill, was in Logan, Tuesday. Fresh Oysters Standard or Solid in bulk at Comlys. J. C. Huls, of Ward township, was in Logan, Saturday. Valley AVright went to Colum bus, Saturday, on business. Mrs. Will Frasch was in Colum bus Saturday, of lust week. Mr. Guy Ridonour, of Nelson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

C iTST , -.msm?'- $pmfmm&&&& rfl sk 232 3E .AttwnMcul ) REAL ESTATE IS Falls Jamaa Dickon to Mary Charlotte Goropf, lot 188, In Dtckon'B Allotiuont, $17.00. Ward Hurley P. Carpenter and wlfo to fionj. llalloy, 14-100 ncros of land, $150. Falls Jamos Dickon to John Estorling, lots 107, 100, 234 and 285 in Dickon'.) Allotment, $418. C0. Falls James Dickon to John Wellnnn and John G. Collins, lots 207 and 208, Dicken'o Allotment, $00. Falls James Dickon to L. D. Wright, lots 128 and G10 in Dickon's Allotment, $150, Falls James Dicken to Mrs, Ida B. Wright, lot 252 in Dickon's Allotmont, $200. Marion Emily Inbodon to Re becca Poling, 4 aores of land, $225. Falls James Dickon to Lowis Price, lot 201, Dickon's Allotment, $200. Falls James Dicken to Wm. F. Pfeiffer, lot 37 in Dickon's Allot ment, $200. Falls Jamoa Dicken to Mrs. Laura Laslie, lot 255 in Dickon's Allotment, $200. Falls James Dicken to Isaac Wolfe, lot 142 in Dickon's Allot ment, $177.50. Falls James Dicken t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

jmHmmmmi.irimM-9maMt99rmuLBiMMio.mm WIUBUlUMLmiMHHtlBHIIIIII IIIMIIMi iUSt DBHBHIHft WuWWWWW ifr IK f. E ? & f ft" I Logan, Ohio, 1 Hotel Ambro3o from. 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Havo your oyoa oxaininod nnd tested by a skilled Optiolnn. Dr, West of tho Franco Modlcat InstitUlo Co,, will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glnssoa nro required ho will fit you GO per cent lower than any othor firm. Wo grind Iohbob to suit oaoli porson, If You Are Suffering from Any .Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Froo an Exporlonoocl, Eduoatotl Spoctallot, who lo thoroughly fil oqulppoU with tho nocosstxry nppllancos known to modarn modlcnl scloncov It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist Chief Txnmlnlnir and Cotnultlnn Pliystclnn of tho Trance Medical Injtltule. Dr. Wcltt will do more for you and Injure perfect success and In the SHORTEST P0S3IBLU lime, and you arc at no charccs If lie falls lo heal falls to cure. Not n PENNY Is lost to you If you arc nt all dissatisfie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

a -rjmjju " "n hJ ( JtgaTWy "fe A?fJitolfc-i' ' SX-60Y. OF OREGON USES PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAMILY For Colds and Jk Finds It An Excellent Mmk Romedy. UbhHUAUfC iV " H i T- n TTTTIM- - " lapltol uulhllng, balem, Utc, (V Letter From the Ex-Governor of Oregon. The Ex-Governor of Oregon la an union t admirer of I'oruna. II o koopa it continually In tlio house. A lotlor rocolvod from lilm reads, ai follows ; Statk op OnEQON, ) EXKOUTIVK DKVAltTMKNT. J The I'oruna Modlclno Co., Columbus, Ohio. Dear Sirs 1 have had occasion to use your Pcrunn medicine In my tarn lly tor colds, and It proved to be an excellent remedy. I have not had oc casion to use It for other ailments. Yours very truly, V. At. Lord. It will bo noticed that tlio Governor ays ho has not had occasion to uso I'oruna for othor ailments. The reason for this is that most other aliments begin with a cold. Using I'oruna promptly to relievo colds, lie protects his family against other ailments. This is what ovory othor family iu tho Un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

h n h 1 i' ) H 1 hX XI ur i tt: n ( ir IV K k V l NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Rockbridge. Mrs. J. W. IIuls was a Lancaster visitor ono day last woek. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stoughton and son, Robert, of Sugar Grovo, spont Sunday with friends at this placo. Quito a number from this place nttonded tho spoiling at Bailey's school given by Miss Elllo Woltz, Thursday evening. Mrs. P. D, Sloan, of Logan, spont Sunday with rolntivo, at this city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jnckson, Monday tho 11, a son. Mrs, Eva Rudolph, of Sugar Grovo, was tho Sunday guest, of II. B. Troxel and family. Mrs. Tom Vickroy is much im proved ut this writing. Miss Cecelia Wear, of Lancas ter, is visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wour, at this writing. Chas Jackson was a Sugar Grovo visitor, Monday, Will Deeds and wife, of Sugar Grovo, spont Saturday with their son, Webb and family. Miss Pearl Applogato, of Lan caster, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Chas. Tuckor, at present. Elmer Booughor returnod homo Tuesday, aftor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

-i.-...!! & A vjf-, J U WT1 WWWIWliWllMlflMWWWW MMMMKIKMntll FARM, STOCK AND GARDEN MAHKKT UKI'OIITS Prices Paid by Logon Morohants, November 18th, 1007. Apples GOo to $1.00 Butter 2Ho Potatoea 70o HstiB 8o DroflBod CliickctiB 10 to liUc Young " 8o Eggs 20c Wheat 00c Corn 05c Now Corn C5o Oats 55c Tlmqthy liny 12.00 Mixed hay 11.00 Straw 0.00 Hogs fie to 5 Drossod hogs Oo to 7c Steers 8 to 0$ Heifers 2$ to 8 Cows 2c to 8c Bulls 2oto2 Calves '1 to fie Lambs fie Fattening Fowls. The poultryinan, above all others, should havo the finest poul try for his own table. The art of finishing a fowl for table use is not well understood in this country, as any one who has ever eaten poul try in Europe will readily agree. We have a habit in this country of going out to the poultry yard and picking out a fowl at random whenever wo want chicken for din ner. No English housewife would think of making a selection from the flock in this way. She requires that the fowl be put in table con dition b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

ttmiiwiiiWMujiuui iiaitam .jjMi'WJwawg ) i I I I 1.7 I i I- "K. , n NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Cedar Grove Mr. D. 0. Walker, of Chapol Hill, made n business call at our village last Saturday. A. (J. Linn, who has beon visit ing friends In Vinton county, hus roturnod homo. Mias Mjrtlo Lludsoy Sundayod t with MIbs Iool DaviB. Mr. Marion Kltohontook a load of hogs to tho Logan market last Thursday. Mr. Vorn Kitchen was hero on business last weok. Thore was a oandy party Satur day night at tho homo of L. W. Beory, given by tho young peo ple of our vicinity in honor of MIee Noll Mathiot, teacher at No. 1. MIsb Loda MoClolland, of Laurolville, who attonded the party, on going home Sunday, her horse bbcorao unmanagoablo at Gold Hill near Old Man's Cave, and had it not been for, tho holp of James lies who was near by, Miss McClelland would have boon bad ly hurt. Mr. lies proourod a sot of new harnesB from L. W. Beery and Miss McClelland was sent on her homeward journey. Mr. Clarence Grilllth was t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 November 1907

war . - " 'iTMW Ml MiAfcaflMJBttt,'' I ! I, y WPtt . M WWCTWWWflWWlMWWWlWWgWmWBWlBWBiW ! w ff LOTS! LOTS! If LOIS! LOTS! 1 I mm ALLOTMENT Two Hundred Lots Ranging in Price from $25.00 to $150.00. Terms Easy. 10 per cent, off for Cash. I am determined that every poor person In Hocking County shall have a homo. Had a chance to sell entire lot to syndicate. Refused, because I want the poor to have a home as well as the rich. The most healthy addition to Logan ever laid out; high, dry and fertile, dhectly north of new railroad shops and depot. Lots large, streets wide, in Logaif Special' School District. Twenty of these lots already sold. All must be sold within thirty days. Como and sec me at once and get first choice. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! The Boom is On. Edwin D. LOTS! 1 For Sale, For Kent, Wanted, Etc. For Sale. The "Samuel Scholl farm" situ ated on Bremen and Logan rood, G miles from either place. Con tains 218 acres; a good stock and gram farm ; are carrying .$2000 of live stock at...

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