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The Democrat Sentinel
Contributed by Joyce_Fullen

Description: Business Visits

Date: May 15 1913

Newspaper published in: Logan

Source: Ohio Historical Sociey Microfilm

Page/Column: Page 2



Mr. Harry WARNER spent Sunday in Columbus.

Mrs. Dan HEFT was a business visitor at Union Furnace, Monday.

Miss May RUBLE spent Monday with relatives at Haydenville.

Messrs. Theodore JOHNSON and Fred WARNER were business visitors in Gore, Tuesday.

Messrs. A.D. ULRICH and Dave WILLS were Capital City visitors, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Warren BENNET of Jackson, were guests of Logan friends Sunday.

Mr. James BRUSH of Cleveland, spent a few hours in Logan, Wednesday, calling on friends.


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Miss Glenn TOM of Sand Run, is the guest of the Misses TOM this week.

Mrs. Charles CAVENDISH is spending the week in Columbus with Mr. and Mrs. Frank WOLFE.

Mr. Ed LAY of Columbus, spent Saturday and Sunday in Logan with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.N. LAY.

Mr. and Mrs. Will LOWERY spent Sunday in Columbus with Mr. and Mrs. Barney EASTMAN.

Mr. G.W. DUPLER of New Lexington, spent a few days this week in Logan with his son, Roy.

Messrs. Joe MORGAN and Ray FISHER of Murray City were Logan visitors, Saturday.

See the pretty Graduating Girl of 1913, in the show window at the DOLLISON Drug & Jewelry Store.

Mr. and Mrs. Will RYAN left Tuesday for Hamilton, Ontario, where Mr. RYAN will be employed on the railroad.

Mr. and Mrs. Alva WELTY, Mr. Ed MITCHEL and Mr. Joe COLLINS spent Sunday in the country with Mr WELTY's parents, near Harvy Chap___

Submitted: 04/09/05

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