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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 June 1906

TT sr ?'"'"(J ' WMawaeBguaim igg miiunJJLi'-u.m-ii-i1 u ujui.i.i'iMiinnULi'.iM.i) ub " iLMAiiXnnniniimwa MijuijijijijiiitujiMii'iiiH'i''auiMJiiuiMi'UiJUiiniiiiu i" aimmmmmmwmmn In the Good Old "jf fHa" siS:::::v TW J Cat 111 1 1 J WG. i N II ii Ml ih " ""'II ' Z' ' ill (LLW? Birthday Surprise Tho Sunday School class of Mr. Ed. Kadohaugh gave a vory pleas ant birtliduv surprise to Miss Dlooy Griflln, last Thursday evnn ing, at tho homo of her aunt, Mrs. Walter Reasoner, Twenty-six luotnbcra were present, and tho occasion was a festal one in all re spects. A number of handsome remembrances were presented to Miss Griflln, and a substantial supper, prepared by MrB. Reasoner, added much to the enjoyment. Social Circle. Mrs. 0. E. Yontz was hoBtess of the Ladies' Social Circle last Wed nesday evening, Juno C. Junia Outing- Me?dames A. B. Work and A. K. Smith, who are spending the month of June on tho Smith Farm, two mileB out of Logan, wore hostesses of the Junia Club at a picnic outing l...

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. — 14 June 1906

tiifiilH ,i, I ' J"l l.'"""!'' if ifr " & Ut,TMtf",rB"' r iCK tflTt!f ' HSlpfaihHlnfe 'ibP the Busy . H M 11 1 .. sr. jfimjWtf8WfamUKm''vi ft- Dos Moines, IowallCor.ra :. spondenco Invited. h'U' In ll"l H.H.UilI" C A-ranif curpeutijii s:i UVS 11 hoard st'ht: IIHT ' UKUWISO I ' pisprtM nil corn in strnlKlit rows. ,. ,.fi einpnt U ijrowluj; more ami more In fiir for tiii on tin rnrin, us for a KiJKI ninny punioxM It Is liotli chuup itmu tlti'OolifjiiAWihil'.UUN.ii ijiore'Sii lsRi'lory tliuii uieilluin ijutillty lumber tttja. IiIkIi price. t'a.vji:' .. in a way tUeli&fni&rjil purpose hen .ui' 'j. WIT1. lMjCtl" ut'Inif OJfiiJn'teilwapiiroaiili so l; usJjio'sslblt' tvj UiMYlf Itureut stan MrjU'uf ti 1 1 1 1 t'je-t'fc' iTbofimfici oC u fa lirio tlo tills tliat animals or the tyi motioned ure.,si orteui disiippolii That man Is, tiideoil ntirrciw mlnd( v,'- takes hlg,ji'ttjtiilp 0(1 ivory pit llq(iicstloiiHi,t 'nierty' nflWtlui; li oVU ease. TliL ')rilv "pil)Hc splrltc lnjjli lo...

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. — 14 June 1906

pW?iiqPgrw TT- "sn??" LI i Uttl3LJFVtSVI33PttQ hi a a UJLl M A'l CTK Both Empire anil Princess Styles In Children's Dresses. shout HT.r.nri'.s am: iusvi.y. Tin- lloiii Mum Sultn Mndv Willi JloliTii mill I'll Inclli olil I'iiaIi- limed ti'imntiiir Mttftlln Aniiln In YiiKiir t'liniHiil lilkc CoHdimp, Whole dresses ol' Valenciennes luce mo iniioiiK tlio (.culMltc eroiitlous worn ut linmi'luiii enily Hiiiinncr functions. Most of llioin urn rellovrd villi Hip (In or forms of lii'iivlur luces, such Hi cltiny mill Imby Irish. Hi-owns, liotli tin real brown tonus mill those that verge Upon tin- chest nut, are the lireiloiiilnittliii: similes foj' rrNAFonn mode of VEiLrm both tliessos mid huts. And brown ndnpts Itself admirably to costumes of luilf n dozen tones. Ktfscliiatiiic evolutions of both the princess and empire styles are ubout for tiny tots to wear. The princess ones mo particularly happy in their dainty severity. Upon some of the prettiest suits and dresses a wide braid is put on ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 June 1906

"TT' -r-?- ' -tw wvtmgy-i -c'Tlf5HrSfrT'1''"viv' pifmwmwwr1. 53S5 x v r i nt. u Crocketts Run. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Englo were onllcd to South Bloom field last on account of the death of their sister ' Mrs. C. Huff. Mrs, Mnrgnrot Fox, of Logan, is visiting hor parents, here. Last Saturday night Christ Dauer was seen driving down the valley with a smile on his face that would have mado your heart feel glad to see it. Ho was singing a song which sounded to us like "Meet me at St. Louis," but prob ly it was "St. Logan." Must be something doing, Christ. Mr. Lewis Huff is greatly im proving his promises with a new barn. Samuel Helber has purchased a new binder and will soon be reap ing the golden grain. Some of the farmers arc busy erecting telephone poles for the new line which is to bo commenced soon. Mr. Daniel Ellin ger was a busi ness caller in Logan, Saturday. Rovnn. Carbonhill. What has become of all the cor respondents to the Di:moc!Uat-Si:x- TINEL? If one has to wear up-to-date c...

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. — 21 June 1906

Kpr' -y n "-' mt -j.-3flfw-r-, TmgafwA y "' ' ' m'mricmfw MCJPI DEMOGRA TSBNTINEL THE OHIO DEMOCRMlitUto THE HOCKING SENTINEL, 66tli. Yetir, Number 3. 25th, Year, Number 21. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County JPM" I ' , ft- 1 "SIM I p- END CAME SUDDENLY Governor's Death Unexpected by Physicians and Family., VICTIM Of BRIGhTS DISEASE Patient In a Comatose State for Hours Preceding Dissolution. FUNERAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Remains Will -Be Laid to Rest on a Hillside Near the Chief Executive's iff Country Home State Officials, In cluding Members of Supreme Court and Legislature, to Attend Passing of the Governor Calls Forth Expres sions of Deep Regret i Last Mo ments of John M. Pattison and -v. Sketch of His Career. Cincinnati, Juuo ID. Governor John M. Pattison, after a prolonged illness, passed away at 4:20 o'clock Monday afternoon at his country home in Mil ford, a suburb of this city, Br...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 June 1906

7 mnrTewmmwMm"Wmv9B!)mjm.wmmnt0KiM9muis 9S I LANCASTER CAMP MEETING tJBogins August 1, and Clo .sos August 11. THE ASSEMBLY Will Last Eight Days. Ex; cellent Talent Secured Tlie Camp Meeting ami Assem bly season is drawing near, and we are glad to tell our people of the good things that await them on the 'camp ground this j'ear. The annual excursion daj to the camp ground will be Thursdn', June :28th. It is expected that many people will come to the grounds that day to arrange their cottages, to rent cottages, and to make their plans for the season. The camp meeting will begin August 1st., and close August 11 tli. The assembly will begin August 11th., and close August 1 Dtli. The superintendents, liev. F. M. Swinehart and Professor II. T. Silverthorn- have prepared a fine program, and the business manager and superintendent of grounds, Mr. J. F. Kennard, of Lancaster, O., is getting all things in readiness for n great meeting. "Write to Mr. Kennard for a cot tage. There is every pro...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 June 1906

wumMWmm rutin!! 'j. 'Miff WFtfi ywiMaiHBBffi'y1' SE ymr W ITff1 si I 1 ' , r IB SUNDAY . SCHOOL Coivventlon Held at Mari etta, June 5th. EXCELLENT PROGRAM Pendered and all Report a Glorious Time. Tlio 17th Ohio Stato Sumloy School Convention convened nt 2 p.iu. on Tuesday, June Gtli, 1000, nt Muriottu, Oliio, President Knduly, of Cincinnati, presiding. Tlio iniuienso auditorium was nearly filled, there being nhout 2000 delegates and visitors present for tlio opening sossions. Therowas a half hour song sery ico. led by Prof. E. O. Excell, of Chicago, the first sone being "I will follow where He lends," fol lowed by, '-'The Glory Song," and "Will there be any. stars in my crown?," after which n half hour of devotion nnd prayer., The Convention Bornion was preached by Rev. L. C. Clark, D. D., of Columbus, O., "his theme 'King being'iA-Message from Messenger'." Round Table was conducted b5M Rev. H. H. Monniger, of Cincin nati. The evening was devoted to the nddresses of welcome, one on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 June 1906

,T' ..I'f "" H'M ""'yg""1' t n II V CfJ ' o 1 i w . Jhv vi. ' ;i V. 'i- , PtaiVLOCRAT-SENTI N EL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. '. .. ;. . . . puni.irtltRt) r.vRHT thuuhday MoitNiNn, The Logan Printing and I'liblishing Co. iiNconronATRti) I'UIltilBlinnB V 1 11(11 1,C. I.OWKT, JI. (I. IIakski., .1. II. Dot.taHo.V, PltFBWKitT hkorktaby Emitoii tlKKIUEt-In DolllBon lllock, Hoiitti Door, Klitrrud nt thu I'oMnfflcn In I.onnli.Olih), ni HecoiulOlau Mull Mnttvr. Thursday, June 21, 1906 Announcement. ..KlU rK DKMOC'HAT-bKNTtM-I.: I lnuuby miuoiiticn my nnimi for tlin twin Irmtloii of Inllrmnry Director of Hocking County at thu Doinocnitlo prlmnryoluotlon mauion Nurrr.u. W. J. BRYAN The Next President of the United States Bryan is Here In Spirit. -By a sudden and very striking political refraction William J Bryan, though on the other side of the earth, appears to have arriyed. What was called, only a little while ago, in contempt or derision "Brynnism" has become sane, but progressive conservatism, if...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 June 1906

'TJST "TJ" " w jw i n "r tfissT- m 'mrwftjf SHH to I) i? M X j H i. -$ uiuym Gas mantles, globes, otu. . , , COMLY'S. Jacob Hcrzog waB In Columbus Sunday. "Mh Josopli""ffiinro' nnirPrntik Martin Hpent Sunday at Vinton. , CJ. T. Stophfenson was at Gnlll polls Sinuluy. Glarotico Strnoko, of Columbiip, viHltodliis parents bore last week. Mrs. William Kisele and son .Too are in Columbus for a few days. Huy a Hammock or Croquet Bet. We can please you at Wort A Co'b, Fancy teas and coffees. "" COMI. Y'S Miss Vivian McVoy is tho guest of relatives in Lancaster. Mr. Clarence Kyle, of Columbus, was a Sunday visitor here. Fffcd Kanode was down from Lancaster for Sunday. Mr. Frank Downey, of Columbus, visited Logan relatives, Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Bray lias been visit ing in Columbus for several days. . Jf you don't find what you want -call' ' """ COMLY'S. Mr. James Peroue spent. Monday in Columbus. MIbr Rose Mtdollrtt1ey, 'of Athens, was a Logan visitor, Fri day night. Mr. Ira Angle, of Columbus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 June 1906

nkhmhh . u. rivi.-!-at(.aw?' a& 4tiftmhiti0wmA gfW"r T 1 uiiJiiiiiijiiiiwiimj rUmd Ifii -,f ei i; B! AM N CA .Helpful Hints for the Busy Farmer. : BY J. S. TRIGG, The rntU" of lmnl coitl 'down tin chute Into ll o I'clliif la tin H.v In (lie ointment or Mil' miminer'H sweet content. 'l'lio degree of culture inul reflnOniuut attained by n nation or Individuals Is fairly well expressed In the euro nml regard whlrh tlloy bestow upon their ngeil anil douemh-ut. MARKET Dos Moines, Iowa. Corre spondence Invited. Men ami women ut sixty years, like horsed of twenty, .should run out to BlilHS. .. The primary election system 13 a kltul of ICIiiff road Urutr for our political highways. City advantages are, as a rule, bought nt uu expense of fresh air, free- Uum and contentment. Many U tho nmn who can number his acres by the liundiods and thou sands who Is a bankrupt when It come1 to the question of character and having the respect and love of the members of Ills own family. The cost of layl...

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. — 21 June 1906

lf - if wfc?8 -jm'HJUBWumim utmip as mH '!.. a iH 'v fr ;. f ' 0 " " M'awa, m rino vu Jl fm ho will uttl I ,jthoO, U, wLi&l MRS. T. A. , SHERIDAN. ''lie Ontr Woman In (he World In Iho I.lutitcrnKC Itiiilucuk. The effective combination, of n doni lnnnt personality, cxcculivo nblllty mill close nniillcntloti to tho iniuiy do tnlls of Iilt nitojitcd occupation lias In lest) tlinn u decade placed Mrs. Theresa A. Shannon Sliorldnn of New York In (lie unliitio position of owner nlul buc cessful director of n large nnd lucrn tlvo general contracting nnd lighterage concern. To her belongs- tho notowor tliy distinction of being the only worn, nn In tlto world who Is engaged In that business, which perforce necessitates dally dealings with a class of men who a 10 notoriously rough and unruly, Surely a Calling no woman would, naturally, Instinctively seek, but, on tho contrary, avoid and hesitate to fol low. -Uut cli-cUtustnnccs, conditions be 11113. T. A. S. BHEMDAH. yond her power to con...

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. — 21 June 1906

FrSfPBFPlin?"! 'Q 1 - f X 1 . 'I" ti JUMIIqilfW.MWPIMWWIIIIlliaJIMIMBIll A m ft 3s JL V --s &&? 1 v JS" r Marion. In 1113 writing two weeks ago T wns mndo to say "treason" in stead of "reason." I suppose tlio mistake was unused through my carelessly written manuscript. Uncle Hez's discrimination was correct, thnnk you Uncle. I hold that a reason is rational, . hotipst, just, of pure motive, etc., while an exctiso is the revorso. A person making nn excuse deceives themselves, if not they intend to deceive the one the' make the ex cuse too. Uncle llez quotes Luke 11.: 17 to 19; he says in that case the two terms mean exactly the same. I beg leave to difl'or with you here. Evidently the Teacher was teaching this thing, for those excuses, sifted, were all lhmsy, in words they were lies, and guests wore unworthy that great same wlien plain those were invited to that wedding feast, and it was their excuses that made them unworthy. Read Matthew 22: 8. To iiiy mind the excuses made ...

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. — 28 June 1906

5y rr "pWjw? 'fflWjp njr THirjB??' f,TwiP'SFf' i'wrtrTv " ai$$iW7yw8!r y iQt ' xrwtiFfZ Hoefeing County Fair Logan, Ohio, August 22, 23, 24 and 25. J THE OH JO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 22, THE HOCKING SENTINEL 66th. Year, Number . 1J1IYIJmJ m JErl M IlJErJL 1 If Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County 'jigp$BFe,vw "I 1 ft r w, X CRUSHED BY LOG. Ed. Goss Meets an Awful Death. HEAD CRUSHED And Body Mangled Neath the Weight. Mr. Ed. Goss, olio of the bostLand the matter continued. known farmers and teamsters in Hocking County, was almost in stantly killed, Monday evening, by being caught under sbmp logs ho was unloading at Kesslor's fac tory, on Gallagher Avenue. Mr. Goss, along wifh others, had driven li is team up to the unload ing place, and had placed his skids preparatory to rolling the logs down toward tho saw mill. He stepped between the skids to un fasten tho chain that held the loa...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

Ml " & IHHI 1-J 11 VENBR 8 WIFE WILL Stay to 'Pull" Onions Be fore Coming m THE CAPITOL CITY. She Goes Smiling About Her Daily Tasks. Eaton, 0.,'Jiine 22. "Andrew IIur'riB, president? Humph ! I'd rather see liim nt home 'tending to his own busincBs!" It does not seem tt bit polite to tell it, but Caroline Conger Harris, the first ludy of Ohio, gave an audible snitl' of disgust as she said it. "Mr. Harris has plenty to keep him busy without the cares of public oflice," she said tersely. "Any man who can manage three big farms and be home for his meals occasionally has his hands full." It was early morn of a perfect June day at Eaton, Ohio, the home of the now governor and his wife. Overhead Ueccy white clouds sailed like fairy barges in a sea of blue; broad pntclies 01 golden sunlight filtered through the interlaced boughs of apple and cherry trees and fell warmly on the clover-dotted lawn. From every tree and shrub and rosebush rang out the martin bongs of silvery throated birds...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

mWT " "Wpi?- Hjqp(!P gT ""l f? ?? !' ass ,r if J YELLOW Lu Lost the Game for Logan Sunday. CANTY'S BATTING And Riley's Pitching Were Only Features Nationals, fivu; Logan, two; earned runs, none for either that opltomizos Sunday's game horo, and the gontlo render may easily picture tlio details. Riloy's pitch ing vns a dream, and with proper support the game would htive buon Logan'B. Canty'swork at the hat and bohind it was by oil odds the feature of tho game. Three clenr hits woro scored to his credit, for three times at bat, and his catch ing was perfect. Its diehoarkening but hero's the way tho loathor travelled. FIRST INNING. Janton hit und wud caught at second in nn attempt to steal : Brown and Miller struck out. Webb and Dill struck out; Mc Dermott grounded out, l'iorce to .Tun ton. MICOKU INNING. llurk fanned; Pierce planted n hot liner squ are into Stultz's hand ; Mayer singled; Houston got first on a fumble by Stultz, and Fran cisco ditto by a wild pitch on Ii is third' strl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

p"! nij'WWfl)IWiililMWWH(ywt.l'i i"rw9fa5rjw'- r S9li'npj""5J''lw 'f"-" 1 "-"XIM ''PWW,1""-" - "ti, - mmi ny .- yffHVFeFw&rnpj&w '.ns'ji- (-? n'p7"i'ir"7'Mapgnrwi m&frpvmpyqmr r ws"n1 ? X ft wwwirwwwwwi uji It K DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. AW-EEKLY NEWSPAPER. ritni.isiiRn KVRtir thuhhuav morning. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. UM'OHPOKATEt)) 1'UnMBHKllS viikiIlU. LoWUY, II (1. Hanhei,, .1. I). DoLLIHU.N, I'llFHtUKNT HKOltKTAllY UllITOH OKPIOK: In Uolllsorf Ulock, South Door. Klitertnl nt tlio I'oitolllco In T.OtfntuOlilo, in .Sucuutl Clans Mull Matter, Thursday, June 28, 1906 Announcement. r.tMTOIt DRMOCIIAT-HKNTINKt,: riiMrobyjitiiiounco my namn Tor lliu nom- liiullun of Iiillrmiiry Director of Hocking County at tliu Domncrntlc primary election MAHIOK NM'TTI'.lt. kou coxottnys Wi uiiiiituiiou till! linitio of .Hultfo (). W. 11. Wrlt'lit. of Hocking County, nt 11 ciiii illilnto lioforu tliu Doinooriitlr convention for (oiisrosmnii of tlio hluvenlh District of Ohio. W. J. B...

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. — 28 June 1906

sr'WJKtnff-wi V& f" Vr, '1 -or" lPP"yW"g"jr" v tiTi r-w r " g 1T&ipr-rr"ir- nmBBpwwp" WWtjPWr " TT,,p'flT'P'wfi'"F7wn"', iiimhiwmi m IPIB JPIP aPeal pi iV 9 lV jS B WB P pp IW P lp pi fB IRi IP B P lp IP Ip i w B 11 1 11 Bfi i w w P iB w w VJV ViVVvvvivPvPViiSVi VVvVlVVw9yVfVVVVvvlVvVi ia M THE BIG WALL PAPER SALE AT n-JJrsjHjlJJIajNMpnJ f I I I I -$ to Pk tor i ? ARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT? TWENTY Per Cent off for Short Time Only!!! fff1Pftf1fTfVfffVTTTVfVfffV LOCAL IIS. Borts Big Wall Paper Sale. Miss Noll Schwonke visited Iter parents here Sunday. Mr. Carl Ilartmann spent Sun day mi Pomeroy. Miss Helen Pond, of Somerset, is visiting the Misses McCray. Mr. Henry Kessler wae in Col uuibiis on business, Inst Thursday. Miss Florence Bright, of Obor lin, is at home for tlio summer. Miss Nellie Thomas, of Athens, visited Mrs Win. Lay laBt week. Mr. and Mr. Harry Shotwell, of Columbus, spent Sunday in Logan. Mrs. Jesse Cooloy tpent Sunday with friends In Athens. Mr. Paul Kbe...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

. i'jif-mi jiwiiuiiujej- ffjui in ii i ui.i niiijuujuiLaiii'j jJi'gws mumiuuLiimim -wagiliiii na If , '? I FARM AND I ORCHID Helpful Hints tor the Busy '. Farmer. BY J. S. TRIGG, Dos Moines, Iowa. Corre . "spondence Invited. Not the least of one's assets In the bookkeeping of life ure u good name und the cordial esteem of one's fellows. The clover meadow, the manure spreader and the King road drag con stitute nn iip to date and wluulng agri cultural trinity. Tobacco dust Is oue of the best pre ventive of damage by the striped beijtles which attack the cucumber, squash and melon vines. Aye have known of cases where a Hue feiico was the occasion for 111 feeling between neighbors on the best of terms In every other particular. IJt Is a wise' man -who can profit by tin; mistakes, of his neighbors and doesn't have to go through a similar experience to learn the lessons which thtiy teach. Fruits, such as apples, bananas ami oranges, are tiptop ileslt reducers which have this to be said in...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

twtemn wi-jsyji-g-'y . p.T. frr. tf teKgawgBMesawai.fi mn ii Plaited Tulle Boas Are Highly Approved by Fashion. NEW COLORED HANIMOIRC1IIKFS. Irlnoei Qoirn the Favorite of Ilrldea, The Tun Shoe Htt Ileapiteared In Oiiod Society Cronubnrrcil Mualiu nnd IrUli Dlmltr Much UacA, Bnrcttes for pinning obstreperous locks nt the back of thebalmre soiling In the shops as low 119 18 cents. An at tractive rolled gokl ouo la especially nlco and when wished with gold Is as good as the "real thing." Plaited tulle boas In all shades and whlto that flt comfortably around tho neck and tlnlsh with long ribbon or velvet strings are very much worn. BROWN MALINETTE BTTCH3. The beauty of these ruffs' lies in their freshness; therefore they are an ex pensive luxury. . Hand bags In white linen are new and dainty novelties. The plainer de signs aro In better taste than tho em broidered affairs unless one owns a handsome hand worked example. Cotton suitings In checks and small plaids aro lu the shops for 10 c...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 June 1906

""KFSSSrT. rti - '- Cedar Grove. l'renching nt Pine Grovo was well attended last Sunday niglit. Mr. Clarence Edwards who lias been on the sick list for some time is better. Mr. II. A. Gordon and wife en tertained nt dinner, last Sunday, D.O. Walker and wife of Starr, C. E. lvalklo8ch and wife, of Point Pleasant, and Miss Goldie Debolt, of Ilesboro. Mr. Adam Thomas, of South Bloomingville, is opperuting his saw mill en the Ikory farm at Cedar Grove. Wm. Kitchen has a vorj- sick horse at "this writing. It will hardly get well. Mr. Spencer, of Adelphla, was in our vicinity last week buying wood. G. H. Devoro and wife visited friends at Enterprise last week. The School Teachers, of this place feel a little shaky about get ting forty dollars a month for teaching school next winter. II. A. Gordon made a business trip to South Bloomingville last Friday. Mr. Charley lies, of Hue, is vi siting friends in and around Cedar Grove. Everylody invited to the festi val given bv the ladies of U. B. ...

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