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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

.' THE DEMOeRATSENTINEL inn OHIO DRMOORAT. 20thYrNo48 THE HOOKIKO BriNTINKIi 07lli Year No 10 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1907. The Only Semooratlo Paper In the County OlrouUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear "VJSy.UBWWWfcPll UUp"r'j!f-s!;'-ff-r .1 J V I. X !EAL ESTATE EANSFERS Starr Edward W, Sanner and wifo to Jesse M. Siinnor, 120.28 acres of land, $2000. Starr Tobitha I. Sannor to Edward W. Sinner, (JO aoros of land, .$2000. Falls Jacob PfoifFur and Sadlo PfoilTor to David Shrador, lot 150 in Dickon's allotment, $87.50. Murray City Luorotia Georgo to Alph Shopard, lot 2 in Wutkinp addition, $202. Falls John Uckor nnd Stella' Ucker his wife, to Elmor 0. Pettit and Edwin D. Ricketts, pt. frac tional lot No. 17, containing 20 54 ncreB. $2000. Laurel George H and Sadio C. Junod, to Edwin D. Ricketts, 40 acres of land. $275. Ronton Wesley Swalloy and wife to George' Dupler et al, 42 acres of land, $250. Ward Eliza Six et al to E. E. Learned, Trusteo, part of lot No...

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. — 28 November 1907

hi'mO iMe yWwWW"i fffflU fi'Yii'WifflfflMh''JlW'iili uj:fyjiii. .Ti. tftiitjiirilf t.ifl M ysc Ullw WWBWWWHWWW Miimimtmmmnmmm k DON'T PUT OFF BUYING THAT COAT ANY LONGER 3 Hi 1 1 Doings for the County Dur- The styles are fully determined, the assortment is yet complete. You can make no mistake in buying one of the many stylish garments that we are showing here. ing Month of November. s. A.3b&taMn3AM?-'-te eiHtimkvJI 1B0N ERS REPORT I W Wit A rWwk lv (Sr I W II Nl I wl&fe&rH U Ml II mW i LsSinr Sr 111 Ml l Nov 0 In the mutter of open ing bridge norotia Honey Fork, in Washington township, the board of commissioners under date of Oct. 20, having duly advertised tho letting of said bridgo, received the following bids: Reichehlerfer Hros., Columbus Bridgo &: Iron Co. and II. V. Bridgo Works wore tho bidders. Tho Columbus Bridgo & Iron Co. got tho contract at $107,00. Contracts wero signed with tho Central Union Ttlophono Co. for services as follows : Probate judge's o...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

nKftlHWm mwimmmm w w 1- ,s V A A 0) I B I 821 "SSl Qul "" f y, iur Q) O f.ni S j. &. ITi I 1 Vk tT Z fU 4f- I 1 ft a Z fit f! v I V ,i gmun in,.. T p Hfe NjtV. ' uJozfegS r z:kto Oc qq q. o oo 1 -!-- iJr -- 01 0 W9 nui VILLE ROUTE Logan, O , November 21, '07. EdITOK Democrat-Sentinel: After about throa weeks vaca tion I am again to the front, and hope to bo in n situation to be n weekly contributor, that is if you will allow me the spaco. Well, about three weeks, or more, ago I started out on route two, Nelsonville, all of which is in Hocking county. I left Logan ut 8:25 a. m., for Union Furnace, thonco up the hollow and over the hill, striking the route at Andy ReinsohoH's, Ills daughter, not only handsomo but pleasingly ac complished, at once suw the won derful newspaper bargain that the Dkaioohat-Skntinw. presented, and as a matter of course tlioy are on our list, with the Time.) Star, Ilartman's Stockbreeder's Guido and the beaut' fill map?, at the very ruinous price of $2 C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

Bttw. j weblx. - ... . . . ....- . . . . -. i a fr'4 iiwj;iiiyjiiLiiialiii(ii.TwiMp"igyJitib;pttyt mrtywn- -m. Vf ( "" - . - a--'-'""-- ' XQWjjWfc HiWWiltWl"i. -ar -j. -!, t1,- P DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUllI.laUKl) RVKItT TIIUnSDAV JlinilNtNd, The Logan Printing ami Publishing Co. (INCllItl'clK VfEII) IMMUSllEUa VlltUII- 0. LOWHV, l'llKStDKNT 1I.G. H.VNSiU., - HRCHRTAItr J. 11. PoLMROM, KtltTOH OlIAB, II, llKCK ASSO IIlltrOltAMANAdRI'. OFFICKt-In Dolllson Mock, South Door EnterucJ as Bocond Olnsi Mutter October I, 1WW, nt ttiu 1'ost iillloo at f.ojiiii, Olilo, tnulor Act of Comki-bhoI Moli 3, 1H7H. Thursday, Nov. 28, 1907. The action of tlio Ohio supremo court sustaining tlio Alkin law, which fixed the saloon tax at $1000 a year, and incidentally validat ing all tlio acta of the legislature whose constitutionality was ques tioned because of Governor Pattl son's illness, was to linye been ex pected. Tlio decision is unani mous, thus showing the utter folly of the attemp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

kt mt J h s tv I For Sale, For llent, Wanted, Etc. For Salo. Tho "Samuel Soholl furm" ultu atod on I! rum on and Logan road, (4 rallce from cither placo. Con tains 218 aorea; a good stock and grain farm; aro carrying .$2000 of 11 vo stock at present and mado 75 tons of hay this jour. No farm between Logan and Bromon is bettor cqtiippod with buildings. Huvo tolophono in hotiBo, Aro on two mail rutltOB, ono from Logan tho othor from Bremen. This farm will bo sold choup if sold before December 1, 1007. Torms to suit purchaser. For information call on or address tho ownor. W. J. Soholl, R. R. No. 2. Logan, 0. Oct. 81, tf FOR SA.LE-O110 set of Bar fix tures, oak, cost $1250. Will sell for $350 If sold at once. Bar counter 18 ft. long solid mahogany top. Re frigerator side board 18 ft. long. Mirror and frame 18 fft. long. Novelty box for2half bbls. three taps. Brass foot rail. Front screen with beveled plated glase chiped with two mirrors. One whiskey case solid oak. All in lirst class co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

SaSJBKaii'1 ' '' t-i"" qw(yfr-?:- i. -.-.. 1- , JWWl i. ti. Ill till WWWWWWPWFWjg- Mw IfCatty Made , .. Tlhaniilkssinvnimi ' ' ' ffdDr Her Faitlhier ' i'- , annd Omide WnM Although a vnlt. bronzo turkey rustled his gorgeous foiUHcis In n corral, and thoro was n box or cran berries and somo raisins and other "fixings" which showed properatlon for a Thanksgiving dlnnor, Knty Holt grew thoughtful every tlnio that Thanksgiving was mentioned. She had ft large scheme ou hand that needed tact, courage and good luck to carry It through. Tom Holt, her father, was n genor ous man, hospitable, friendly and square, but his temper was violent and flashy. Ono year ago, when Thanksgiving was drawing near, Wil liam Holt, her father's only brother, had been her father's partner In the Red Dog gold mine. In some way a quarrel, the first of their lives, had arisen between the two brothers. They did not eat their Thanksgiving din nor together, but went angrily npart. Katy. William deeded his sbaro in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

NEWS OF til S Mt. Zion Tito rccont rains aro all right for tlio wlioat unci thoso husking corn,"but rathor bad on tho coal and lumber handlers. Mrs. Ilonry Giovo who haB boon Borlously ill is slowly convalostng, 11. B. Woolory and Ed Hoft whllo moving thoir onglno from tho crook, to this ridgo had tho inisfcrttino to broak a gearing wheel, Banjo said thoy jnst sido-. tr okod tho gontleinan. Andy Klingor rathor likee tho hollow whoro tho sawmill sots, ho goos down that way on Sundays as woll as week days. What's tho attraction, Andy? Jcsso Groyes, of Doanvillc, was called to tliia neighborhood this week on account of tho sorious ill ness of his mothor, Sirs. Ilonry Groves. Rov. Massle, of Gallipolis, preached a very interesting sermon to an attentive congregation, at Zion, last Sunday. Mrs. Kitty Wise, of Logan, was dowe to seo her undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groves, one day this week. What has become of tho switch on tho Busy Bee? Mrs. Clem Thompson and Miss Goldio Thompson, o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 November 1907

Mf wiiwhW"1'1 IMrMMPfl Mrs. Elizabeth Schaal. On Monduy morning of lust wcok uoolirod thcdonthof Mrs Klizaboth Schaul. Slio was nn Invalid for five mnntliB. Ttio diL'uasotl li is been u good and noble citizen of litis com munity for many vents. "The d tys of tho years of our pllgtliutigtt" arc but tho iuh terldl suitings ot the picture that ij puin tod on tho eter nal canvas. Thueo "tUys of the years" are not the life, nor the measure of tho life, tho measure of tho llfo ia in its own tidiness and sweetness, a life is a divine program filled up in tho here and tho hereafter, life is measured by the sun beams it gnthors in ltt arms and weaves- into tho hearts of others, it is measured bv the faith, hope nnd lovo it kindles in tho souls of others. Ho who lives most and best is only "a voice cry ing in the desert" of our worldli ness, calling us to higher .ideals of lovo and holiness, nnd the christ likonoss, mensured by those who can tell tho largeness of a beautiful christian life. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

mmawsMBMam afiftj'-A.. ;, -l'mj mi, T.'i aa f jjljiwfmLjgmlijii wri Tjniyn tiwfrTiiiijWXi1. ywirii ii"rimm irtHMjiMj wwHyjnmii''""fiijpM" -wr Tfl DEMOeRATS wte-nta T nn wMpU NTINBL E Pit.. ME OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Year Ho 49 ME UOOKIHQ BDNTINuTi 07th Year No 20 LOCIAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY: DECEMBER 5 I97. The Only Democratic Papr In the Oonnty Circulation 3000 One Dollar l'er Year ytt8liMoHln Jn 108 nmiimmmmw!! I MUST wa HAVE T ROOM HE Backward Season has thrown upon our hands the LARGEST STOCKS we . have ever purchased before in the HISTORY OF OUR BUSINESS. Right Now Money Is Worth . ore to Us Than the Goods. M 8 We must pay OUR BILLS, and in order to do so we will convert all - p. -j- p. f fl I ' l'i I r.Ufllll.tlMI I.I.M...H I.H, ,1i1P. , n l . M -11 ,! II ! III! ! -d !! MMIIIM I . I - U 1 U 11 1 ' ' " .-... I - !), ,,,,..,- ,.,.,..... High-Q rade erchan nto Cash. ROSE Honest Values zs Logan, Ohio 1 NOTHING SPARED, ALL THE CLOTHING MUST 9 o I If you are in the market for...

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

"1 Tf,1J' ".-?ysr: A ' f I OTsasESssasHsasHSHsasHsasasHsasHErasasEsasasasHsasHsasHsasasHSHsasasasHSHaBSHE j PE-RU-NA vaHasaEsasasaHasasasasasaHasasasaHasasaiHasasasasasasasaimsasasasasasasasasc IN RELIEVING HOSPITALS ALL OVER THE CONTINENT FIND l'E-KU-NA VALUABLE IN TREATING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES CATAHUU of tlio respiratory organs l.i a coin moil ullniuut in Canada for at least two-thirds of tho year. This condition is no doubt caused by tlm long, Bovero winters experienced in this part of thu continent. Therefore, when Peruna was discov ered by Canadian people to be a rollablo remedy for these catarrhal diseases, it at once became n popular neilicliio, not only among individuals And in families, but In tho great hospitals, whero it was used as a preventative and relief in hundreds of, cases. These institutions do not hesitate to give their endorsement of tho remedy which lias been so helpful in the treat ment of their poor and sick. Among these institutions is that of the Sisters ...

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

VwMi'iHiWliiiiHpi -,...,..ffl,,i5-,,l wl! MjfW ET"" WflP!WH( UPMMPIIH HWIWWWiWIWrWWWBI IWMPgMPMWWWWW M h. f -& i u Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose froin 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Ilnvo your oyos examined nnd tested by n skilled Optician. Dr, West of the Franco Medical Instttuto Co., will KXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If ginssos are required lio will fit you CO por bout lower than any othor firm. Wo grind Ioiibcb to Biilt cucli person. If You Are Suffering from Any-Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Conoult Freo nn nxporlonood, Etlticntod Spoclull9t, who In thoroughly oqulppod with tho nocousary appliances known to modem mouieal oclenco? It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist tJl,l,!i'"Jn'!",ninnJOwi!.ulilni;Phy'KMn f the Trance Medical Institute. Dr. Welst will do more for you nnd Insure perfect success and In Hie SHORTEST I'OSSIUI.Iv lime, and you me at no rharues If lie falls to heal fall to cure. Not a PliNNY Is lost to you If you are at all dissatisfied. R A f ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

rvn i i TKif ' !ffaT'3rvr'v" "ne"?!!i$W. K ' 1 - 9 T WIWWBWfllllWilllMllllllllllWllllllllllMIIIWWIIWIIIIIIIIIIIWlWIIWIimnlllllll Ill" Big Lot Sale Hltf lot sale. About 100 lots to be sold in Logan on Saturday, December 7, 11)07. The undersigned will oiler about one hundred lots for sale In Klekett's Allotment on the above date. These lots area block of the cheapest and best bts over olleied the people of Logan and Hocking County. These lots will be sold at the olllcc on the grounds during this week and Saturday and at the otllce of the undersigned above Hort's Drug Stoic. These lots are located west of the palatial home of Judge Martin and north of the residences of George Klcinsmidt," Joseph Stroupc and John Tclccr, Sr. They arc high, dry, large and fertile, and will be bold at one-half their real value. This Is the oppoitunlty of a lifetime to got a piece of real estate In one of the most thriving towns of Ohio, I need not tell you that Logan Is on a boom and that real estate is c...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

tJUtoltuttfi. v&r.kt-.i,-. Sh h '.'. ? irtMnj j 'Mir tti jib , ijSJjJM.- . f, j- fim - -.. - L V. V fe p s H ' J U IS V t. r.s ' t, Santa Will Soon Be j Are Prepared Our store is overflowing with beautiful and useful presents suitable for every member of the family. JS Buy now before the rush is on, and let us lay the ? goods away for you. We will deliver them whenever you want them. S& M TI1ESS-1IGHT CD. Logan's Whist. Mr. unci Mrs. "Will Koynos en tertainod the ladies ami gentleniens Whist Cluh TtiurBdav afternoon. Saturday Club Mrs. S. H. Bright received the members of the Saturday Chili at her home on Glenviow Heights last Saturday nfternnon. Mrs. Dr. Rannells had u very interest ing paper on "Who are the Creoles?" Nondescript Mrs. F. S. Case was hostess for the Nondoscrint Club Fridav afternoon. Roll call was "Current ' Events." Mrs. Theo. Tritsch and Mrs. Adcockgavo Magazine read ings which wore much enjoyed. Mrs, Caso served an elegant tin key suppor of two courses. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

"rr iW!&m ?&&&, vr- rsg . twi v,p-"-T3"i3Bf.wt vlvtff VHPWWVVIH W'M,6wr")WFT57 wwwwt8twwnwp mwvw BTnwmmvmM.imm9mmiwm mtm mm wwifgwr wmua win w wf imiHmiWii QV0!m'mvmmiwmi'-tmimi99wiwirmwi9 miwpwi p"wmwp V t FARM. STOCK AND GARDEN MAitKir itrrours Prices Paid hy Logan Merchant!), Dccetnlier !2, 11107. Apples Toe to $1.00 Butter 2Slc Potatoes 70c Ileus 7c Dressed Chickens 10 to 12c Young " 8o Kggs i!8c .Whont 0&c Corn 52c Oats 15c Timothy liny 12.00 Mixed lmy 10.00 Straw 0 00 Hogs lc to 1 Dressed hogs fi Jo to Oc Steers H to Heifers '. 2 to 3 j Cows ...... 2e to Bo Bulls 2cto2V CalveH -1 to 0c Lambs &c Farm Notes. could be bndglit without having to buy a wuiint too. An exchange sivs it 1 hotter to have tho turkeys ront out doors th it n iiulde. That h whnt nmst pcoplo who Imvo turkoya of tholr own stiy about this Thanksgiving time. Wo don't much like to winter pigs, but somo olio must do it. Seo thut they have warm, dry quarters, and thut they have slops in add...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

f-w,.fcua,. 1 gfc, 3 f I !? I f. IU . y ft ; ESC Old Town Mr. and Mrs. Mnlolier, of Iowa, wu8 in this loonllty Satruday und Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rohrer, of Lo gnn, visitod J. O. KosBlers lust Friday. Mrs. Susan Poling visitod J. C. McLaughlin and fnmily, of Logan, Friday. Mr. Eph and Mian Goldio Ainsioy, of Orbiaton, Ohio, la visiting Mr. Chas. Brooks und family at prosont. Mr. Frank Fiokoll, who has heon ill, is improving slowly. Messrs. Frank Poling and Willio and Orln-Wolfo attended preach ing at Ploasant Hill, Saturday evening. Mr. Frank Fickoll has improved the'looks of his house by a cot of paint. Mr. Joo Gflnor was in our locali ty last Wodnosday. Rov. F. N. Boyd will deliver a sormon at Bothony, Sunday, ut 2:30 p. m. JHr. bumuol Goil visitod D. A. Poling's", Sunday. The proposition "Bettor roads" has heun discussed tunny times but does not help the roads at all. Our locality is in need of better roads, ospooiully main roads that aro travoled over to a great ex tent. Hosk....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 5 December 1907

-wpr- 1-5,-r., -IITWJ T"Tff?"",W5KK'f rWgSffBKWW 1 r I I'tiemlny, Dec. 10th, lg the (Into of Kcesh'r llroi I ttilf tin y Opening, I He sure to lie there Mr. Anion K Inr, of Kock i bridge, wiis! (i bu-dnofs vHtor to I Logan lust Saturday. Mls Anna White, of Jolts, Ohio, Mrs. J. K. Juliiicon is visiting nlj visited relative mid frlendB In I.o Newark, Ohio, LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. I. Y. Hut l.ull, of Lnncnttu, was n visitor to Logan Inst Friday. Mr. l7w. Ukirr,TrT!...-kl.i idge, whb ii visitor to Logan, Tuesday. Don't miHS lvchBler Hio. (loll daj" Oponing, Tuesdiy, Dm. 10, 1007. Mr. Ed. I.oerone, of Oolunibii, spent .Sunday with relatives in Logan. Mr. Watklnp, of Straitsville, was a Logan visitor Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Vail bpentThniikB giving at Pomorny with their son, Charles. Ran last Saturday. Dr. at.d Mrs. Ohcrriiigton spent Thanksgiving with the Di'h. par ents at Bid well. Mrs. Anna Dnvidfon, of Lan caster, is visiting relatives at CMbisoiivillo this week. Ho stlro to vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

t---t -sn --V "V & - 7ME-' DEMOeRATSENTINEL. 4 r i v L i t. H v 'v1 t r THrt OHIO DUMOORAT. 2fllli YthrNo DO Tilt! U00KINO SENTINEL 07th Ysar Ho 81 .In l,5ltri"W iofi LOGAN, HOCK1NQ COUNTY, OHK), THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1907. Tht Only Democrat!) Paper In the Oonnty OltonUtlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year iiHmmmmmiimnwm rr cr CRAMPED FOR ROOM SALE liiai On i races $8.50 Suits or Overcoats $10.00 Suits or Overcoats $12.00 and $12.50 Suits or Overcoats $15.00 and $16.00 Suits or Overcoats- $18.00 Suits and Overcoats $20.00 Suits and Overcoats " Unify $6.37 $7.4 $8.98 $11.23 $13.46 $141 TT Here is th e R eason It is a well known fact that this well known and popular establishment carries the largest stocks of any clothing store in the entire valley. It is also a conceded fact that we do the leading business of the valley, for W AR HE LARGE 8 . 0 ON WORKING COATS AND Corduroy Coats & c . 200 Pair of Boys heavy weight Knee Pants. Best 50c pants that can be bought. Sale price One-Fourth...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

fM1! an r i:. .BWKMWWimif lllIIINIUH"H'" put MiillWlWWW"WWW - v V - iJ . mmi imium ...Ill 11 imiminiiui M Milnilia..il' " "" h,,,... .,::,TTTTr. ,,,'". .'V '. "Z 1 1 11 n " " '""v NEWS OF ER TOWNS Rockbridge Mien Lizzie KUnger vl&ltcd friends in Columbus u rev' days of last week Webb Deeds) nnd dunHy, visited Geo. Kiill nnd wife, nf near Sugar Grove, Sunday. Chns. Wlmrtnn inil duuglitor, Mildrod, spent Saturday in Logan. Mrs. Clint Whito and ohildron, visitod Elmor Whlto nnd family, a fow days lust wook. A. E. Stoughton, of Sugar Crovo, spent Monday ut this place. Mrs. Lucy Montaiguo visitod friend in Logan, Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Stougliton, Friday Oth. a daugh ter. Miss Eva Troxel visited her sister, Mrs. A. E. Huls, of Logan, Sunday. Mrs. Goo. Grove returned home after sponding a fow days with her daughtor, Mrs. Will Gano, of Union Station. C. I. Gosb and son, of Logun, visited his son, Boyd and wife, Sunday. Miss Minnie Bell, of Lancaster, visited hor parent, ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

sV &&-&& wtfjlllhuyiiili kkikw nN Hffiiw mimO...hiin h fe. i Hiff ltctlttctlon Salts Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Small Instru ments and Talking Machines Wc submit the follow ing prices which will talk for themselves, for the consideration of the publje good only to January 1. Ono $500 Piano for $375 $290 $250 $240 $215 One $100 J'lano for. Ouo $350 Piano for. Ono $325 Piano for Two $noo Pianos for Small Instruments and Talking Machines at half price, Three selections of music for twenty-five cents. A. M. SPARKS, Main St., Lofjan, Ohio. Court. Common Pleiu? Court is in ses sion this week, with Judge Mar tin on tlio bench. The Dan Stru blo case against the Kerlin Bros. Brick Co., has taken up all wook time far. It is a case in which Strublo walked into an open vat of scalding steam and wator, ruin ing Iiih arms and legs and almost taking his life. lie has not been ablo to work much since. Ho a hob for $11,000.00 damages, alleging carolcssiiess on tho part of the compa...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 12 December 1907

"T'"y fWWytr- 'f(-'ie-T(Bf-'f---wTJ5-., . 9 BSi' ft Prices of Furs and Pelts. Mh, TitAi'fKn: PlenBo look over these prices and see if you lmvo Leon Belling your furs to tlio right dealer. No. 1 No. i No. ft No. t Mink. $1.10 J1.10 1.50 .75 Coon 1.20 .80 . 5 ,25 Red Fox 2.25 1.75 1,25 .00 Skunk 1.00 .00 .ill) .15 Oppossum .80 .20 .10 . 5 Musk Kate .25 .15 .10 .5 PriceB nro in force up to Decem ber 30th, 1007. 7. IV t. Conlclo, Dealer in Furs The Hocking valleY Railway Co. BULLETIN 4 4 WINTER TOURISTS TICKETS. TO THli SOUTH-WEST FLORIDA AND SOUTH. AT SPECIAL FARUS MOriESUEKERS EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST-NORTH-WEST SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST . . . . C. W. SCHWENKE, Agt ft Semi-Annnal Statement OK THE REMPEL BANK. Sworn statement made of the con dition of Rempel Banking Co., to the State Auditor, Dec. 5, 1907. HKSOUUCEH. Loans on real estate . . All other loans mid discounts Overdrafts "United Htates bonds on hand State bonds on lntnd .1571(15 CO . WKI1 u . sue 3 i(xx) mi art-no 00 Due from other ban...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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