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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

r-iff7' (' VWqyqpfip, Mtifnf - ',-! V "-?,. 3P, - j (, ,v. PL Ii. K ft . rfwiimnjiwUiiiniiiiMfntniijnl)iii)iiMmniwpniiijMjinninmiiiiLii fqfji'nM,up iijt'iwi.wwMflwM.iMw.rftw.'ri'Wwia".i'ii.iipy'.JiJftMiPWMi LOCAL AND PERSONAL You tiro pleased nt Bort fe Co. Read tho advertising and pat ronize your home merchants. Tho Big Holiday Sale at Bort ife Co'a. Mayor Albaugh, of Murrny Oity, was in Logan, Wednesday. Buy your Xnina Cmullos at Kossler's, on tho Avo. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frasoh woro Columbus visitors, WodnoBdny. Musical Instruments of all kinds at N J. Woiland's Jowory Store. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Rorher, Tuoaday, Deo. 17, a son. Dolls, Books and Games at Bort fc Co. Mrs. T. A. Kossler, of Nelson villo, is visiting rolatives in this oity. Largest line, best goods; lowest price candy at Tip ton's. Mrs. Will Strentz and Mrs. Dr. Smith were Columbus shoppors, Tuesday. Call and eeo N. J.J Woiland's Silverware boforo you buy your Christmas presents. Mrs. Darrel Riser, of Haydon vi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

'tfeMfctwrtii i Hffl1tTltmitjlmme Wm miium "WftwiP ; n i iwjfciiwiiniiiitiiWi.Hatfl"i'F'iH iynivfwitMiyiiip'juiBvgjgimiiii.LUgij iuwaiiyiiu "VI ,' Monongah. PPPPPPPPP PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP II" r r H ut f ! H 1 h f ' -. -j 3 ri mKjHM A(V& M.QH ja x , f i i ' i i in ii ' ii 7e BALLAD y5 PATIENCE PATTER and i PEBjEVERANCE PEIL RQ3BBRTUS LiOVR CflPTRI)T,t007,BY FODBRTUS. tOVB OW, lean and list or ye'll have missed, Without ye heed my rhymes, A tale that stirs, of hims and hers, In old New England times. When Plymouth Rock was still the dock Whereon did land our sires, Near by did dwell one Goodman Pell, But late from Albion's shires. An eke ancar, for neighbor's cheer, Did Goodman Potter bide, Whose pilgrim soul was sound and whole Forsooth, it had been tried. ins lift mwK airs A maid meet as sweei as man mav Was Perseverance Pell, And there were swains of mickle brains Loved Patience Potter well. But these two fairs with oroudsomc Ye cemmon flock disdain And set them both to plight thei...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

Paper Stockings Christmas Uso. lor ! $ 1 i IT'S THIS WAY! r jSAVMk GLAUS Jb& They Tell of the Good Things FOR CHRISTMAS TIME AT COMLY'5 The table must groan once a year with a good, big dinner, and there is not a BETTER STORE IN TOWN TO GET GOOD GROCERIES THAN AT COMLY'S. We pride ourselves on furnishing the table with the best groceries in the market. We have the best brands of FRESH CANDIES, THE BEST FRUITS AND CANNED GOODS. Buy your TURKEY here, and all the good things that go with turkey. Try Our 15c Coffee, It Will Please You. CO MLY SON The Logan Plumbin and Supply Co. The best equipped Plumbing House in Logan. g Let us figure with you on a steam, hot-air or hot-water heating sys tem for your home. Gas fittings and the latest gas fixtures in the market. Let us show you our bath room fixtures and fittings. Electric Bell systems installed in your home cheap. We deal in Rock Plaster, Lime and Cement. Special attention given to prompt repair work. Phone us and we will do your ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 19 December 1907

" nwar m ' 1 ?& f?w t.""wr4 'BfW'W'f'K'W c &gi:g&;;&: m AHMBVvvl I 5 JdBcalBk JHkm jiKW iBh ?f . .HSn C3 K m mm JtRmjfS&FWU E.VU v.Mi.Ul' K.82 f. sa m- t-fiw m CMstmas MB ffi S i in i i -?A 2 i juai . r jain . -t That is the first sound you hear from the little ones on Christmas morning. You must be prepared for the Christmas morning "call." KENNARD S Three doors east of the Opera House, have the nicest line of Can dies, Fruit and Nuts in town. Nice Turkeys and Cranberries for Christ mas dinner. A special line of china dishes at cost. A look will convince you. 1 tit w m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft mzm Useful Christmas presents For wife or mother Carving set and roaster Carpet sweepers or pair of sissors Silver knives forks and spoons Gas lamps with fancy shades Gas range or coal range At Edgar Pleukharp's What Shall It Be? That's the Question That is Asked Over and Over Again About Christmas II Time H Many people agree that it should come from a Jewelry J Storebecause s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

rfg! m$?'?fxmfm' ffjT iwwgp'"-vrrar fgfj J-mTW ' s THE DEMOeRAT-SENTINEL " 3j& 3HF. OHIO DEMOOBAT. 20th Ym No 52 6 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1907. Ihi Only DemootalIaFper In tho Oonnty Olronlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear THI HOOKING 8BNTINEL 67th Sm Ho 23 fjy ' """wpm? rw urt2 i C k r s '! r MERCHANTS YULETIDE GREETINGS A. 1. Klnser Bays it is tho beat" year by far he has had in businoss and wishes his oustomors a Joyous yuletide. Bert Stodem 6c Co. wish to thank thoir patrons for tho liberal patronage of tho past yoar. Mr. Stodem said that he has hud n very good yoar. Wellman, Stoinmnn Yontz. Had a big year, and a big Holi day trade. Morry Christmas to all, Many thanks for tho liberal' patronage of tho people. ncarrying a larger stock usual and a great yoar. than No vembor was the largest businoss month' in expenenco. Joyous Bros. Yuletide to all." Work W. F. Eisele hasvhad one of the best years since he' has been in business. He wishes all his friend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

f?r "4 $?&v" mf&nsi Firzyg&ft Pleasant Valley llort Lcntz, Wos .Ashcl, Kny Vnncuron anil Chas. Zteglur uro rivals In tlio rabbit limiting bus!- ' ncss. licrt seeming to he in tlio loud. Albort Holl, nf Logan, passed through nur vnlluy, ono day lant week. Andrew Prior had the miafort uno to got ono of tho legs of a valuable young horse broken, by falling through a bridge near Mr. Prior's home. Miss Hazel Prior was a shopper at Logan, ono day last week. Quite an enjoyable event was had at Mr. Augustine Rlackston's, Friday night, that being his birth day anniversary. Over a score of his young friends gathered in and completely surprised him. Thr evening was spent in tho playing of indoor and outdoor games so prevalent in this yalley. A dainty lunch was served, after that the guests wished Augustino many more such birthdays. Among those present were, Misses Emma Ball,Ma3'uie Murphy, MaoNiluser, Agnes and Nellie Vancuren, Myrtle Evans and Messrs. Frank Nihiser, Bert and Snm L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

r vwf&iim$$'rr? - v5 ?- f , wgftiywwf wwpwiwi ffw'y wawawiMiiP'fMiwwwegaai i IX "-. L, M V A SUBSCRIPTION AND EDUCATIONAL OFFER THAT CAN NOT BE EQUALED! It Is our desiro'to largely Increase our circulation and at tlio same time give our patrons more for their money than bo obtained anywhoro. Vo have arranged for a proposition that teems unreasonable, for you receive SO MUCH FOIt YOUR MONEY) but yo always glvo our watoons ALL THE ADVANTAGES of any good deal that It Is our good fortune to arrange through our general knowledgo of the business world. HERE IS OUR OFFER : The Democrat-Sentinel, one year The Cincinnati Daily TimesStar, one year Map of the State, U. S. and the World ("ToSH Hartman's Stock Breeding Guide - Total a You Get all for - - $2.50 $1.00 3.00 1.50 .50 $6.50 It is a Proposition That Can Not be Excelled What Our Specials Really Are Tho Cincinnati Times-Star Is an up-to-date dally newspaper (fidays a week.) It Is complete In all respects and has a circulation LARGER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

TrWy''., ' fy7'" C "f '" VP" ,"TrL' fWTWiW' SyflW iwwtmwpw iwfl wwTwwwywiwflwi' mmmm" wwwi w wwi JXJMM il wBgTrt DEM0CRAT-5ENTIN EL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. pum.iBHKti kvhky T!tonsny moiuiiho. Be Logan I'rinting and Publishing Co. 1 1 vn.iui'iiliATtttil (INCOltl'OUATKtl) I'tMlUMIIKUS VlHOtli 0. I.OWItV, l'UKSIIIKNT It.M. llANSKf., ' HRCHKTAIIY 3, II, DoMilao.f) . KDiTtiit Oil AH. II. IIRCK ASSO. IIIIIrillt.lMANAdKH OFFICII! In Dotllsoii Mock, flouth Door Kutpreil ns Haooiiil Ulnis Mnttrr Ootobnr 1, lotl, nt.tlio 1'ott nlllcii nt liOKitn, Olilo, unilar ActiifConRronof Mtiii S, lh"i. Thursday, Dec. 26, 1907. It now 8i:um8 that Waltor Soars, a prominent politician of Ross county, must have tlio post olllco nt tlio county cnpitol. Ho lmd tlio republican central coramittco meet and endorse liiin, but in the menntiuio Kditor G. W. C. Perry, alroady postmaster, and operating tlio most prominent republican pa per in tlio county, insistn on a sec ond term ns postmaster nt tlio hands of Congressma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

It vr 1 few M. OF HONOR TllO DEMOCRAT - 8KNT1NKL bogS leave to Inform Its roadora that the following have paid tholr sub scriptions during wook of Decern bor from 10 to 28. Wm. Dolph, Logan Phil Golgor, " E. V, Kroldor, " J. H. McDowell, Fred H6igle, " Mra. Sol Lonz, " 0. W. Ktinn, D. W. Bohaal, " James Nolbllng, " Julia A. Krishbaum, " Goo. Kloinsohmldt, " II. 0. Boory, " Wm. MoCauloy, " LowIb Wobb, " J. E. Canty, Wm. Krisohbauni, Rookbrldgo K. Jf. MyorB, J. L. Groon, " Dan Balloy, " Jacob Cottorman, '" Amos Robinson, " -Tnlfrt THfyhntn. " H. J. Woodworth, Haydonville, E. R. Woodard, Nelsonvillo D. L. Saddlor, " Homor Gaffnoy, ' G, H. Brooker, Murray City Hogan & Murphy, " " John Lovott, " ' Wm. Warner, " " Joe Popozy, " " Jeff Robinson, " " Lilly & Hoekina, " " J. E. Shaffer, " " Jesse Milliron, N. Straitsvillo Joelnman, " " E. S. Martin, " " Wm. Linn, Union Furnaoe Harvey Amerine, So. Blooming- villo. Robt. MoCuo, New Plymouth Mode Cherry, " " Henry Kloinschmidt, Pittafio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

UU,fe 4& I friSsKSS! !: irm-AimS Mrs r.iS, AVRJ ftD -JfifeSL K 25&-C" . J w Jl vJl makki'.t nr.roirrs Prices Paid by Lognn Merchants, December 20, 11)07. Apples 75c to $1.00 Butter 25c Potatoes 70c Hens 7c Dressed Chickens 10 to 124c Young " 7c to 8c Eggs .' 28c Wheat 5c Corn 58c Outs 50c Timothy lmy 12.00 Mixed liny 10.00 Straw 0.00 Hogs 4 to 5c Dressed hogs 0c to 64c Steers 8 tojlg Heifers '. 2?, to 3 Cows 2c to 3c Bulls 2c to 24 Calvew i to 5c Lambs .? Oc Some Wise Suggestions. The worst thing any man can do is to scinip on the amount of grnHS seed he sows. Not less than half a bushel to tho aero will give us what we want, a good heavy turf. What is the use of doing things just n little short of the right way? The toad is the gavdoncr's best friend. Ho has a long tongue but puts it to bettor use than in gossiping about hid neighbors. One of the boat butter-makers we ever saw was also one of the best amateur pianists. She could wear her clothes as well as the most fashiona...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

s3,j ja; "' ii k &. Kiiuruinment. The following 1b the program of rM entortainmonfc nt No, 10 School house lionton Tp., on Friday even ing, Dooenibor 20. Given by Harry Gordon, toaohor of eald sohortl, assisted by sMIsb Noll Mathiot, toaohor In Distilot No. 1, Benton Tplf- and her pupils, Muslo rendorod by Lewis Conklo, of Pino V alloy, The first on the program was preliminary remarks by the teacher of No. 10, Ho went on to say that the ohjoot of our coming together was-to havo an entertainment, a good soolablo time, and in ordor that wo havo u good time wo must co-open1 to to gethor and bo in unity and sym pathy, ono with another. Ho said that wo will oxtond a' general invi tation to anyono hero who may boo fit to help us in our work'horo this evening. Ho Bald, we want your undivided attontion, asking you kindly to avoid laughing, talking and whispering during our speak ing. Ho said that wliilo looking into your friendly faces tonight we take you to bo scrioitB and well diapuBo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 26 December 1907

4 WJ-- - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr nml Mrs. .1. K. 'Johnson spont Xmim in (Joliitnbus. Mr. I)uvi Smith, oTltoekbrldjro, was In Logan, Thursday. Mr. Wm. Ofiod, or South Perry, was In Lopnti, lust Friday. Mr. Iledlov Lowos,. of Carbon Hill, wan In Lonan, Friday. Mrs. Will Lohinan was an ovor Sut.dny visitor In ColunihiiB. Miss Kuto Kowlby, of KaBt Liverpool, 1b greeting old friends. Mra. .J. W. IIuls, of Kockbridgo, was a visitor to Logan, Thursday. Mr. Robert Medio, of near Now Plymouth, was in Logan, last Fri day. Dr. M, II. Cherrington wa a business visitor in Columbus, Fri day. Mr. J. II. Anthony, of Crcola, was a visitor to our city, lnRt .Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gladmnii and eliildren, spent Xinas at Mc Arthur. Marshal George Bnynhnni, of Murray City, was in Logan, Sat urday. Mr. nml Mrs. Kuril Kiohel wero Colunfbus visitors for Christmas festivities. Mr. II. D. Devore is spending Christmas weok in Vinion with his family. Mr. A. L. Moorohoad, or Glous ter, was a business v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

wpfq ', X i M- DEMOeRA T'SENTINEL :n A' . iWWipWWIi .&&? ! hf ,f " IKJl' OHIO DEMOCRAT. 37th fkt No 1 TKB HOOKINQ BHNXIHEL 0?tli Yjtr Mo 24 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1908. flEWS BF I OTHER TOWNS . ,r Th Only Dtmcorntlo Papor In the County Olronhtlon SOOp One Dollar For Toar ri r- - 4 ! I-. M .- and daughter, Wesley vChapet k' John Woodgoard, who hnd Ida a leg brokon some timo ago, is got- ting Mong nicely. Mii SlaggioillaokstOn is on tlio elck list'.' Fred Keller, of Giblaonvillo, was ,tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lypns, Inst Tuesday, r 'Mrs. Annio Walker and Miss Mamo Itolohloy, were in Lnurol vllle, last Tuoaday, shopping. "Mrtnd Mrs, Jatrfos Cain and ahildren'took dirinor with Mr, and Mrs. Jinx Davis, Christmas day. Mr. and-Mra. Caleb Davis, had for their1 guests', Christmas day, Mr. D. C. WAlkerand wife and' HiSrry Zimteorman. , ' iJSanta Clatis visited tho school No. i, last Tuesday, treating tho'scholara to candy and oranges. Mr. Cliae. Lyo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

Wi ' T4 1i W Jivr"-y- 4t -ji 4 "rt i 1 - nMmMiwfHf Political Lightening Rods Out. Interest of Olilo politicians con tinitcs to contor in t ho .ippronoh lng Republican stnto convention, Tho Tuft forcei hive persistently insisted upon in early dato ro-l gnrdlcRS of lite wishes of the coun try -voteiH. Tim reason is uppar ont. A'AIy policies" nro growing Iobh nml li-sfl jopulur with tho farmer us a rosult , of tlio panic. Hrigs formerly selling at six cents per pound have been jducod by "my policies" to four cent1, tho jment trust nt tho enmo time, with thoir product inspected undor1 my policies" by inspectors paid by tho government, holding up tho prioo to tho poor unemployed conaumor to tho old high lovel. They four a full and free expression on the part of tho peoplo, and profor a date when tho roads and weather conditions muko it inlpossiblo for the furmors to got to tho polls. Jn the cities and towns where the lev bosses and federal ollleo-holdors control, they feel confident of g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

""H4BilWW""WPWljp T i umMMmanMaMmnm BWBgilMUUm'IW 'W4jiJJipJWWIM "WiWMupni'iiyunpUM i f k 5K .1 ,(vi ;, i VJ Vi ' 31 i SOsI Logan, Ohio, Hotel Ambrose from 10 a m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Hnvo your oyos oxaminod nnd tested by ft skilled Optician. Dr, Went of the France Modlcal Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glassoB nro required lie will fit you50 por oont lowor than any othor firm. Wo grind lonsoB to Bult each person. If You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability V 'y Not Consult Froo an Exporloncod, Educated Spoclallst, who Is thoroughly equipped with tho necessary appliances known to motlorn motllciil scionco ? It Will Pay You Chief Emmlnln unci ConiultttiR Phrilclitn of tho HORTtST PSSSIIlt time and you are M no charges I would rather effect a jure of a difficult caso than recelvo omeeslnulrt Urln? from two t. lour i,unce or urine, winch will receive careful ,.,. . i k.n.o. i .r-iinifjn m itay cured " clicmleal a'ld mti-nwnpicsl elimination. Cnn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

EsmS rf- 'ittP.'iT tI.A t , - jatgi ,Ai-Ub3kVvjg'feS'AiW- iiMivsr-' "Wipop , i?w?KmeKw',i,ww-wftaL .iw jfFv, , i-. - tiritBj' til's? nt.. .. -"t;- , r- DEMOCRAT -SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. wwa runUHiiKD r.YRitv tiiuiibiiay jnoniUMri. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (lucoiinmATKt)) ruiii.tmimts r VlnOItj C. LOWItY, IMtKtlll)KNT 3I.O. ltANSKI., BKCItKTAHY J. U. Dom.ihov, - ' - KntTon OlJAS. tt. llKCK AfllO. I'.DITOlUt JIANAtlKIl OFKIOEt-Ili Dolllson Itluok, HoutU Door Kntefod ns Hecoial UlnJ Matter Ootobor I, WW, nt tho I'oatolllcu nt l.iwnn, Ohio, lindur Act of t!oin!iiiss ot Moil !!, tHTU. Thursday, Jan. 2, 1908. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. Bort Stcdem wns a Nelson vlllo visitor Sundiiy. For 10 days only i to off on Pictures at Bort it Co's. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Knlllt, of Carrol, spont Sunday in Logan. Mr. Coon Reichley and son, of Bloomingvillo, aro in Lognii todny. Mr. Frank Oldiges, or Nekon villo, spent New Year's in Logan. Mrs. Will Steinbauer, of Colum bus, spent New Year'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

,v-rf'r fj!twfr jb- iKT- TWBfnvfqnr rfw, fliBsTT"" Tf - - HFW 1"a(W' tjy-TrrPT-wviiy?T,"iini'WW 'iiw.-i-arrxr Y",yB" rrnHqx'tyW "W2J MMMMMRM "'S! ffff ' "h ' " "m"-Y ww-ni rr"-ww""""'' ,,.rJ1aiPPIWMMJMWM'UIII!WMW JJIIIIHH t i h. 1 ) d - i u s (it h ft NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS o Brior Hollow Mr. Wm. Duplor and wifo, spout Xuifts with tlio lnttor'fl brothor, (JharlcB D6lon nnd family, of Lancaster. Mlsa Maud Jackson nnd brothor, Clint, flpont Xraan ovonlng with Ghrln Sohull nnd family. Misa AllloEUok took dinner, Wednesday, with Claude Jackson and olstor. . Loute and Joaio Ellok woro calllnR'On Claude and Cljnt Jack son, Friday ovonlng. Mr. ChaB. Daubonmelre, of near .Drooman, spont Xmaa with Mr. Chris Schull and wife. Tho MIbsob Ruth nnd Hazel Campbell, of LancnStaiv are spend ing a fow days with thoir aunt, Mrs, Alice Duplor. Mrs, Kathorn Dolong is spend ing tho .holidays, with her chil dren, in FairAojd Co. Jerry Conrad, wifo nnd family spont Xtnaa with thoir daughter, Mrs. Clint Duplor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

J"ijf iJffrfMB " vs r w -.I.HIIIII llllwlullJllillJllllllllll'Ml''''''l'l'l'llll'" MAItKf.T IllH'OUTS Prices Paid by Logan Morolmnts, Decombor 81, 1007. Apploa. 75c to $1.00 Buttor 25c Potatoes 70c Dressed Chickens 10 to 12c Young " 7c to 8c TWa 25c Whont 1.00 Corn C0c Oats 55c Timothy hay 12.00 Mixed hay 10.00 Straw 0.00 Hogs H t0 Cc Dressed hogs. 0c to OAc Steers toJ4J Heifers 2 to 3 Cows 2c to 3c Bulls 2cto2i alves 4 to 5c Lambs '5c At the Bottom of the Barrel. A farmer's wife unconsciously paid a high tribute to her hus band's character when she said to a customer: "Go clear to the bottom of the barrel if you want to. My hus band put up those potatoes, nnd I know they are all right." The world has a way of digging down to the bottom of our lives just the same. Why? Because most of us have learned by ex perience that there is a disposition to put the best on the outside. The bocton of the barrel does not always turn out as well as the top. Everbody wants to bo sure that the potat...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

, Jt' t?ymm?ermfmmFrr'i. i mm, w m S S S 3 via i p a. 6 Si 3J s O ' ttf- $ 11 t as. !i.i & 3G I 8 MMXAMWMMMMBi WSmSk -4P O sc r & Iff l - . I 6128 Vffi u. a.b-oS. yc? NA- r 2b uj o 2 r C. iJ g3 Wv Sox SsGfea-- ES22S ZtOCGCQcCO go Your Jar Contrary? Is it inclined to run away? Don't punish it with a cruel brush and comb! Feed It, nour ish it, save-it with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Then your hair will remain at home, on your head, where it belongs. An elegant dressing. Keeps the scalp healthy, Dot not change the color of the halt. A formula with oL bottla B Btiow it to your yers Ail: Mm stout It, I thn do bo tT I nMtfm k We certainly believe this, or we would not say so. Aye'o Hair Vigor, as now made from our new improved formula, is a great preparation for the hair and scalp. Stops falling hair. Cures dan druff, Promotes the growth of hair. -MiiU by ttiJ. O. Ayor Co., lowoll, Litis, GET RICH QUICK. Schemes of this class have again come to grief along with the g...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 2 January 1908

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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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