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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 January 1908

if Fftw- jPBpr' -T wiffiwtw r "' jly- '.')Wtl-"'g-y X'tKvnr-iprftyi i nr'a pnrf i " 'F't-fP STBHIJp"" "" W -J ?"" f JJIUI ii IIM II i'IW"IIUWI'lJ muMIMIWMWW l! IpitiiHNimiitminmimtmtmiiwmmmimiimtiimimiiK I Two More Days e SATURDAY NIGHT ENDS IT ALL I lie Tmb lilt o's LOCAL N S N Another shirt story told Drown Hros. show window. by Gigantic Sale is rapidly drawing to a close. . Take advantage of it now. Two More Days j ziuummmmiuiumiiuumuiHUuuiumiuuuuimuiiuuuK COUNCIL MEETING On EYiday evening the village council met in ndjonrnod session, and spent an hour or so in caucus, before the roll call. Solicitor Pottit was prosont and callod into the secret session. Among the most prominent sub jects discussed wore the sewering of Rivofdale, and the matter of how to got hold of the money that is laying idlo, when thoro is much . that ought to 1)0 dono. Mi-. Pettit explained to them in detail that other towns wore passing appro priation ordinances, appropriating the balance that they havo fro...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 January 1908

'-r- i tv R WpfWBSipftpii f"TT"''inr i"?ar,ji!' TyTl 15. M ' pr DAVID SILVERMAN LiADriCS' TAlLOtt JCXOLUSIVIQ DlflSLClXIflR pnoNia iun-A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Logan, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1908. I wish to announce to the people of Logan and vicinity that I have sev ered my connection with the Logan Garment Company and that I am going into the Ladies' tailoring business exclusively, and I will be pleased to have all of my old patrons and new ones call upon me, if in the market for a nobby exclusive tailor made gar ment. I will employ none but the most skilled operators. I will turn out only work of the first class, at a very reasonable cost, as I have had years of experience in t-his particu lar branch of work. I believe I am deserving of a share of your valued patronage, assuring you that at all times it will be my first aim to please and satisfy all of my patrons. At" present I will be found at my residence on Riverdale near Gallager Avenue, near the depot . I- am seeking convenient quarte...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 January 1908

&v"ww$r i "VV' if-? v - .-,"- rt T' iy " t pyytrTEWE) 4 KJtywWWlPJBflWIPntrM fcowMJtwumotjm suwwiw iim.ivwt eRtfjwi ," SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Social Clrolo Mrs. Frnnlc Johnson is liostoss for tho Hocinl Clrolo noxt Wodiioa day. Nondescript Mrs. Ira Llndloy will rocolvo tho Nondosoript Club tills aftor noon. W. R. C. Tho W. K. 0. Indies will give r ohiokon dinnor on Washington's birthday, February 22. Jolly Dozen Poclro Club Mrs. Dr. ChorrlnRton will en tertain tho ladies of tho Jolly Dozen Pedro Club and their hus bands, this ovonit; w- Birthday Part Mrs. Dr. Lyon gavo a party laHt Saturday afternoon in honor of her niece, littlo Miss Efllo Smith, it being tho sixth annivorsary of lior birth. Several littlo girls woro invitod in to holp colobrnto and all had quite a nico titno. Elk's Anniversary Tho Ninth Annivorsary of tho Logan Lodge of Elks will bo fit tingly onaorveu by tnat order on tho night February 20. A reaop tion will bo held at the Hall for Elks and their ladies, follo...

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. — 23 January 1908

m&ntm w.wimwngw i ' rHE laurel tie was placed, amidst ringing cheers. The golden spike was set The trans-American telegraph wire was adjusted. Amid breathless silence the siber hammer ivas lifted, poised, dropped, giving the gentle tap that ticked the news to all the world. Thau btolv on blow, Gov. Stanford sent the spike to place. A storm of wild huzzas burst forth desert, rock and sand, plain and mountain, echoed the conquest of their terrors. The two engines moved up, touched noses, and each in turn crossed the magic tie. America was belted The great Iron Way was finished' This is the Closing Paragraph in (he Great Serial Story By SARAH I wmcTara "While it is a graphic and absorbing story of the building of the Central Pacific Railroad, it is, above all else, a charming and captivating western romance. The San Francisco Argo naut Says: '"THE IRON WAY' is a faith ful picture ofthe true birth of Cali fornia and of the vast constructive and transportation work that actually made...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 January 1908

i qpf"Qr-PP$, -UMJf : t-ttsii'mm1 'Wfwjf'5 :w r ''pipiT,5PrTTF,ir'" r T W'yjft1 rWivfslPV rpT. WifflrBWWQ&F ttw Fi 1 m.mi'UTWPWmiumimm,)i'' HWWIIHIJIIIWIWWIP WWW fcrf LD SI" MAKES A TOUR THROUGH NEW STRAITSVILLE Editoii Dkmooat'8i:ntjnem Ono bright nnd frosty morning, vory rooontly, I dcoldod I would tiinko a Bliort trip through Ward townsliip and started for tho depot to catch tho 0:15 train. I had not determined wliotlior 1 would go by way of Nolsonvillo or Now Straitsvillo, but on my way ovor I happonod to ovortako 1'oto Sines, tho honorablo mayor of Now Straitsvillo. ThatBottlodit. His Honor vory soon convinced mo that it was tho best policy to go nlong out with him, Bpond a fow hours in Now Straitsvillo and loam how thoy dono businoss. I consontod. , In fnot I had to. I had' no woap- on, whatovor, upon my person which could in any way protoct ino from his porsuasivo blandish montB, so submittod to arrest. His Honor, without warrant, took mo to tho olllco, turned mo ovor to ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 January 1908

? '"W'lwfr1' it B . riiNiiiiiliiHilmiHUii p V a- ' hT injiiijigir NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Garbonhill These frosty nlulits nml sunny l.iyi JInkorl ii (Hirson Jiut feci Mlio, Jlutaomotlmn thuro'll Im uclmntfe, Anil old Hoi will ri'fnsi! in sliliu1, Ttieil mortal mnti will sorm cnmplitlti Anil say R'h tho ctilileil ovor; llo will complain nt snow or mln And sivy liounvorsinvsutfli ucntlipr, Mr. and Mrs. FroJ Glllln, or Longstroth, Hpoiit last v Sunday with Mr. nuil Mrs. 0. W. Buy. Treasurer Jesse "V. Gnbriol, of Logan, wns lioro collecting tuxes last TucHclay. Mr. Polo Sloan, of Logan, was lioro on business last Fiiduy. James Francis is spending sov ernl days in W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Nelson villo, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. Edward Smith spent last Satur day and Sund y with his daugh ter, Mrs. Don Dawley, of Murray City. William Parks is building a Lam for Poarl Down hour. 'Jap" Fruzee, of Nclsonville, is building a large dwelling house for Sam Smith, of this...

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. — 30 January 1908

rfxw wimm mvm0!W mv'tif "THE IRON WAY" On Page SixDon't Fail to Read It. THE DEMOQR NTINEL. FW'mmwam, 1 ' u i':' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. B7thYorHoO THE HOOKING BENTINEIi 07th Tour Ho 23 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3O, 1908. The Only Dcmocrfttlo Taper In tho County OlrenUtlon 3000 Ono Dollar For Tear OVERCO FU ITS i Q VJ C3 33 9 I STRENTZ & LAPPEN'S CLOSING OUT SALE OF I ATS, SU RNISHIN Prices. rfr W i "RTF TV! TfHTTONTQ A I? IT POQTTTT"Fr To know lt yn must see our offerinss- This sale began last satur I MIL,LJJ 1 IwrNO J.llr I JDL 1 I V XL. DAY AND CONTINUES UNTIL SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8th So far its success has been away beyond our expectations. The people of this community well know that when we advertise a sale iWe Mean Business and Everything Must Q I Cost or MENS AND BOYS HATS, SHOES AND Real Values, No o our us Below Cost at SEE OUR HAND BILL. FOR PRICES. A Handsome and Useful Premium for Every SUIT or OVERCOAT CUSTOMER This Coming Week ::::::: UMUUiUUM...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

vyrirrti W5W?'W?iff5T,fWg!j: ffJw WSpp;ji fyiy-f- ,',"wifW',MWHim" ' gTPffaHpWaw'j'ViWPjt 7 (jvHWfr- w DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rtfnt.tHtiKD kvkiit TittTitstuv MonitiNn. The Logan Printing nud Publishing Co. (tNi'fHit'iiitv-rrii) ntllMHlll'.HM VIltMtljf. I.OWKY. 1'IIKHItlRNT 11,11. llAVHKt,, HKOIlfTAUY a. 11, DoI.i.ihon, Kliirmi OlIAH. It. ItKlK - Attn. nnilOU.tMANAOKIt OPVIOi::-!!! DotlUnti Uloi'k, Houtlt Door Rntrrotlns Hocninl Olnsi Mitttor October I, IMXI, nl t no nut onieu tit uigiin, unio, titular Act nfUotiKro'H of Men 3. lsTl'. ' Thursday, Jan. 30, 1908. Mi:, Buian and Judgo Iltirmon, woro together in Birmingham, Ala, nt n great meeting last Thursday, and when Judgo Harmon was in troduced ns the next Vico Presi dent of tho United States, there was the loudest demonstration of the day. This has started some thing that is reverberating through out the land. Tin slogan is "Bry an and Harmon," At piu:si:nt thr lid is oil' and good Republicans are telling just what t...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

k A Vt: .mv fir Ri'112 it .Lmjifupwwwi'iiiwawjmtwiwwwipwwipfwwywwppPMWwygy" COMING TO AMBROSIi Plm-A, Cnk -t IIOTEE, I lUIlUCiyy A IT WILL PAY YOU TO Got Well, Consult Dr. Wcist. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work. If you are sullerlng from any Chronic Disease of Stomach, Liverr Dowels, Rectum, Lungs, Nose, rtiroat.llronchlal Tubes, Drain, Nerves, Spine. Heart, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate, etc.. I will cure you in the shortest possible time without the use of dangerous appliances or Injur Ions drags. DISEASES OF MEN Special attention Is given to all diseases pecul iar to men, especially those suirering from over work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Vari cocele, Rupture, Dlood l'olson, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial. Variooooto and Rupturo Curod with out tho iiso of tho knifo Each person applying for treatment should bring from two to four ounces of morning urine which wilt receive caref...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

1 JTS "IjFV1 s.iVisx-ay0rrm'rTT ''P1fffl" 1 f""H''' wTr'tsVl MIJ!"W N W(WCWWIHlU.IWAWPiWLHtU mM 4,MWMlimelUIJUM lffWWP-.MPWqi wawwuiiinilliiwi-HPWii"nni.iiiiMuiiiiimiHPJiUwjfftmii pwpi -vaw ' If r g& On Tut'ml'iy night of this week was tho jugular council mooting, ntil us "rcgti'nr," the mooting was not for 7l!J0, I) tlhe public was not supposed t-kuiMV tho workings of tlioeo tnuuloipil guiirdlnim, until bod time. llowovor tho newspaper tnon lmvu gotten lined to those one hour caucus meetings nud this night, were not to bo out-wittcd. Tlioy uppointcd one of their nunibor to listen from the bolfry, tmd this is what lie reports vnn going on, in tho couneU "star ehauibor:' -Mayor T hurness presided and ad dreHsed tho council. Ho said that his life was slowly ebbing from his throbbing bosom in li iu worry and Htruggle with the clamor of' the people, and at last ho is forced to listen to their formidable de mand, but before taking such im portant steps ho thought best to consult the ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

T!EK"'-PnVy'-? "" W?"1 " .-f -."' ?' n: ; ,fK H ' 'J i j ?-) rj cfc ;' ' '! LOCAL AND . PERSONAL Mr. John Schwurz, of Itualitcl, was in Logan, Wednesday. Miss aiuggio DoiHliloy 1b visit ing rolativca at aicArthur. Miss Mildrod Yorgos urrlvod in Lognn today for a wock's visit. Mr. J. Morrison spoilt a few days Inst woek in Vinton county. Miss Ciuda Pottor, of Murray City, is visiting frionds in Logan. Mr. Cliarlos ainuk, of Lancas ter, was n visitor in Logan, Sat urday. Mr. Karn Forgnson of Chicago, is circulating among frionds in L"gnn, -today. Tho ladies of St. Paul's church will hold u buzzur find concert during Eastor week. Miss Hello Martin has roturnod homo, after a two months visit in Columbia City, Ind. Court is in session today, arguments at bar nro being hoard in tho Dug Shriner case. Mrs. Malinda Hansley, of Rock bridge, was in Logan, Sunday, to ,soo her now grand-child. Mrs. Cliarlos Lutz has boon vory sick for some days, but at this time is reported some improved. If you...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

v w . ftJmvr -$ t. -""s -"Jt M Vm ST"1 TWSBfSVl nrvj - TTT?-Tl.-JrSv,Vs?j?-s ynryfif . N-ffSffWfffgjjHsm --ji - 'cwawc i I j w- --..; CHAPTER I. Arrow and Fire. Halt n century ngo the groat region botween tho Missouri nntl tho Sierra Nevadaa, except for Denver, Salt Laftc City, and a few mining camps, was a trackless, forostless desolation known only to Indian, coyote, and venture some emigrant. Yet two men under the golden wing of tho government planted a line of lonely posts, and linked them with n chain of stago coaches. Over this treachorous way oped dally messages, men and treas ure; sped, and arrived It frost and Indians permitted. Lato on an autumn afternoon tho Overland Mall was tolling sunward up r western rampart of tho Rocky moun tains. Two passengers wore on the box with tho driver. The center man, booked as Alfred Vincent, was slight, fair, and, to the superficial eye, young to boyishness. His air of one bred to tho best of city refinements con trasted sharply with his ...

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. — 30 January 1908

3119'V W?gG$? Vvpn v vwsr .5 jp tlB wnmiMfilMW mmmmmm 3! XE ptjimiMajium.Mwmmliiaiuamt iiKiujwjiwJiijmiiWMiTritafrMiWiy..iW OLD SI" ST MURRAY CITY KniTOIl DriMOOKAT-SliNTINKf. l As stated in my last lottor, 1 wont oyer tho hill to tlio Crawford boIiuoI houso, tlioiico vln Snow Fork to Murray. This was my old stomping grounds, but, olit what a chuiigo from J 5 yoars ago. Outside of tho old log "mooting houso" on tho Carpontbr farm thoro aro hut two hotisoa standing hh thoy woro forty-ftvo yoars ngo, tho Nolson Ackor houso, oacupiod by Ooorgo Hoopor, and tho .loo Tnmmor house, now occupied by a Hungarian family, whoso name, without tho aid of Blind Tom's Bystem, J will not undortako to (.oil. Tho ohaugos aro so groat -that Dr. Josoph Trimmer, a man, perhaps, more familiar with tho hillsand hallows on Snow Fork than anyono living, got complete ly lost. IIo stood near tho hopporB at Johnson's now works, dazed, holpless and. completely bowildcrcd. A bystandor, socing his dilomn, kindly p...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 January 1908

m&&mpmmjmF ftu wihwhwhw miwiiniiin jwiuiumtnw WlOTWiWIWMWI'llMllWlWWy'Ml i-9 - q&iqf ' f r -w &,? s& ' i -trfir-fr mp -i-fjqawmprTi- NEWS OF OTHER TOWNS Brushy Fork MIbs Miutil Shouts w.is in Lnn castor, Saturday, for medical trentmont. Mr, and Mrs .loo Morris visited tlio former's mother, Sunday. Tlio podro party ni Chas. Klsli or'B Inst Friday night was attend ed by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ma thony and son, Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Too Morris, Mis? Pliono Slionk and James Matlicny. Tlio prize was won by Miss Robeccn Fisher and JamoB Matheny. Tlio infant daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stnrnor was buried in the Brushy Fork cemetery, Thurs day afternoon. Mrs. Y. F. Sheets and daughter, Gladys, wero the guests oE Henry Sheets and family Sunday. Misses Lizzie Elick and Ethel Jackson wero visiting the former's brother, Amos Flick, last week. Oscar Shoots wob the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornel ius Siiccts, Sunday. Tho son of Mr. and Mrs, John Byors is on the sick list....

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. — 6 February 1908

putq imwap ."ggsar"" fmwy g-w-3ff - "Pir(SF"jf i"f tmrrrFff -yttf 't?- -V?frtptP$Sr' ,:-JT'S''' 77H !EMOeRATSENTINEL. . THH OHIO DKJtOORAT. 27th Tom No 0 ME HOOKING SENTINEL 07th Year No 20 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1908. The Only Domootntlo Fapor In tho Oonnty Oh onlatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Year f IWHJ(("Y COURT NEWS OF fHE WEEK oniauiT OOUUT. Tlio Circuit Court is in sossion thiB wook in Logan, with Judges "Walter, Jnnos nnd Cliorrington on tho Iionoli, Tho ensos to bo hoard this torm aro 11 s follows : W. II. Wiggins ot nl vs Eliza both Wiggins, ot nl, appeal. Daniel Duck, plaintiff in error, vs Tho State of Ohio, dofondant, orror. Tho Board of Education of Green Township, Hooking Co., Ohio, vs Elmer Brown an Infant by Jamos 13. Brown his noxt of kin. Error. Daniel Masters and Anna B. Thomas vs 0. W. H. Wright, Ad ministrator of Mary Masters, de ceased, and Francis Spencor. Error. Josoph Brookcr vs Thomas Price et nl. Error. Lue'la Hart vs Willis McClol ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 February 1908

iljj. pirn hj i in uuiHivaHaamwiaMHiMi -vtwm-ysw w'' ?S5wiSP5rPjwiBSSByBS DfiMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runnaiiKi) kvkht tiiuhsoAt moiinimo. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (tNL'OHt'ORATKIl) rtniMMiir.uH Vttldlt.P. I.OWKY, ' 1'KRHItlRNT It.rl. lt.VMMKt . HlfC'lltTTAUV j, it. Dot.t.wos, ' i:ditou OltAH. It. Hi'ris Assn. KDITOH.OlANAOr.il OFiMOKr-iiiDoiiiwii niock, Houth Door Entered ns Heooi.d Ulnw Mutttn' Octoborl, IWHt, nt tho Post oflli'e nt l.ujnn, Oltlo, tindor Act oft'iilijtroH'iof Sled it, IHiU. Thursday, Feb. 6, 1908. Wl'.AItlNtl A DAMNATION III 1110111- ory of McKinloy is fast moving to ward tho limbo of tho obsolete. Thousands of citizens cherish tho inn in bio qualities of tho doad President, but even in his own State his stalcuiansbip has boon limited and n now dispensation rules. Policies, at tho antipodes of what MoKinloyism stood for, have now been imposed by imper ial edict upon his native Ohio, and it lias become the satrapy of an heir. True, somo reco...

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. — 6 February 1908

sTf Vs" ff ivT -4 N iBFT t-n.iv , V , S ---f tj I ii in ft I ( r n gglJHUMJfl W!!! COMING TO AMBROSB hotel Holiday, Feb. 17. IffLrt&r WILL PAY YOU TO Got Well, Consult Dr. Weist. My special methods and years of experience exclude all experimenting or guess work. If you are suffering from any Chronic Disease of Stomach. Liver, Dowels. Rectum. Lungs, Nose, rhroat.IlronchlalTiibes, Drain, Nerves, Spine, Heart, Uloodi Skin, Kidneys, llladder. Prostate, etc., I will cure you in the shortest possible time without the use of dangerous appliances or injur tons drugs. DISEASES OF MEN Special attention is given to nil diseases pecul iar to men, especially those suffering from over work or other excesses, Nervous Debility, Vari cocele, Rupture, Mood Poison, Epilepsy, Rheu matism, etc. Consultation Free and Confiden tial. Varloooolo and Rupturo Cured with out tlio uso of tho knlfo. IT I!ach person applying for treatment should bring from two to four ounces of morning urine which will receiv...

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. — 6 February 1908

wymi'-'Mmw',ww.Mimmw IMWIf ilMMJU'WWiiMMWl'lllMMWJ'MI''lWllWMiBt ftHWVlWrtWPWrf"Wrl MiimmiimmwmnmnH MmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmMmmmmmmmammmgH&BBrmmmmmmmmmmmmm I 5trentz & Lappen's Qosin 25333EH3flBBai:MEMEBI g wrqmmimwwvwvw wgpy wwpwyCT IULUUHHMUMUHI g Out Sale I 1 iipuii t0)0im i-' tfiuiMiiiuuuuiuuuu Maxville We aro having a grout deal of sickness. Our physician, Dr. Sherman is kept busy day night. Mrs. Simeon "Wolfe died suddenly Thursday morning. and very She leaves a husband and five children. Funeral was. held fiom the St: Paul Church, Saturday at ten o'clock. Jacob Downhour is seriously sick at this writing. The two little sons of Mr. and Mis. John Goodlive have the mumps. John Hell is quite sick at this writing Jcel, the little daughter of Mrv and Mrs. Scott Molilor i? sull'ering from the scarlet fever. Mrs. John Ysearl is seriously ill with pncunioniu. Hon. J. L. Younker has an at tack of the grippe. Mrs. Putrid Connor had the misfortune of falling und break ing her arm. "Wo ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 February 1908

f jy ' Jmvi",' W7iiT"W JflfflPW r -31 W'r (.- r"j. -w ryf 4 "' T" &T V W's,P'W""- T r Wiv-V r "V IT is"" sqfiimipjiwm' ' ?w 1 lift ' . jiii-nuiwnwtwii'iHtwiwBir i;"mv'nWM-.-nwi;vu,nini,nii'i' iiji jiwwwwn LOCAL Ai Jako Ihghloy nindo our olllco n cull Monday. Mrs. Jas. WntkltiB is ti Nolson vlllo visitor. Miss Lulu Parker spoilt Tuosdny in Columbus. Mrs. Hollo Ilyson wns iv Colum bun visitor Tuesday. Mr. Oliurles Uokor was n Co lumbus visitor Sunday. Fr. Poworo, of Stoubonvillo, is visiting Fr. RichnrdB. Miss Floronco Bright is toadilng1 this week for Miss Trncy. Miss Maudo McManignl, of Co lumbus, is visiting lior paronts. Mre. Mazio Todd Culver, of In diana, is visiting friends in Lognn. Miss Noll McManigal is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Boyd, of Princo ton, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Rhoror, Saturday, Fobruary 1, a Kill. " J ud go Goqrgo E. Mnrtiu is hold ing court in Jackson, Ohio, this week. Miss Anna Powers, of Stouben ville, is the house guest of the Misses Green. Mrs. M. II. ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 February 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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