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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

Vftm.iitff u tfgii f '7 ' ' ; 4l V the)ohio democrat, XjOO-L iq-ierws. Mr. Blossor 1b curbing his prop erty. Both Woldy has moved to Col umbus. Tho Snlvntlon Army hns n now Captnin. Lloyd Myers was In tho city Tuesday. Cnpt. Bowon wont to Columbus yestordny. John Hansel Is In Tonncssco tills week. Col. -Itompol hns been qulto 111 this wcok. Wash "Wynmn spent Sunday In Lancaster. Dr. Swepston, of Swan, was in town yesterday. A pension has been granted to Qeorgo Ilartman. Mrs. Henry James, of Colum bus, Is visiting here, Tho second story of tho new mill Is near completion. Andy Crawford, of Monday was In tho city Sunday. Tho "Wolir and tho Shepard have lain down together. Tho gamo law for tho killing of quail expires on tho 10th. Dr. Farquhar tho Physician and Specialist is in the city. Mrs. J. F. Comly visited in New. Lexington this week. Miss Maggie Belt, one of tho teachers in our schools, is seriously sick. Dr. F. Hlbbard who has been sick for some days is about well again. Frank ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

laftyl XMjymmamtoiirimtm giaw tuttnmmmitiswwmMi ti W3 a . 9 I ) I ENLIGHTENING THE WORLD. Tin Bartholtil Statue of L'herty on Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor, Unvollod. Grand Procession of ttio United States Navy and Military and , Civic Societies. Boviowod by tho ProBidont and Cabinot and tho Oolobratod French Poraonagoa. Bporeh of VTIItlnm JIT. Krnrls ArrnptltiR ttie Rtnttip President G'lflvlnul'it Address History nf tho Work Since It ltoRlniiliiff. TItR TAItADK. Nnw YoiiK, Oct 'iO. Tlio mln, which foil almost continuously for tlilrty-nlx hours, did not ccaso until about dnyllght yesterday morning. tiio sky did not clear, howevor, nnd tliu thousands ot sight seers who began pour ing Into tho strcota nt nn early hour, met a (ln.1i fnmni . ....- "Iff .ll!', !,, miimi- yw imi'ru. which inrcni- vtlcu II luiiunui III UIU rain nt nny moment. Between eight nnil nine o'clock, nil tho thoroughfares showed nwmtot.ni. Blpii of unusual activity. All trains. In cluding thoc coming Into town a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

t -... .yi,., hp '... 4frte m -. w4i st;yiiawAfi', 'wsvsazm-Ji VOL.1. NO. 20, LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, KOYEMBER 13. 1886. rn TEKMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ';...T'.?tT?Tv-'ii'T'' "f Ki& jy p-yv 3B:4"kT? ' The i I I?.. THE PEOPLES' BANK or 100AH. Cash Capitol) $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Handrcd Thousand Dollars, Does n. general hanking bnlnc. VorelRn Drafts ntul Htcimislilp TIckctH Jor italo at low cot rates. OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera Honac. IiAwnr.Nor A. Cui.VF.ri, President. QeouokjW. PUJ.1.EN, Vleo I'rcst. Kkuiibn D. Cui.vr.ti, Cashlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. JS. Jtowen, Cashier. Toes a penernl bnnkliiR business, receives deposits, discounts puper, and buys anil Nells Exchange. JCS"I)ANK In ccntrnl room In tho .Tames Block. ATTORNEYS. Gk TV. BREHM. Ittorney-at-La?; and Notary Public, DolUscm Building Logan, O. Collections of Claim". Notes nnd Ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

J a1; iMK5i)m.(4''i'l'i JEJML11BM."MBT'1 nr .',1, -ii .,if i,,,,f ,, .,1 tia.f . -. V- , i.ri I I- IK 1 The Ohio Democrat. llIinilM A W1I1TK, I'ubllihor. logan. : oiua CURRENT TOPICS. Arri.Rs aro only thirty-flvo cents n barrel In Oregon. TnoUBEns aro lnrgorthan thoy havo been. It's English. Thb mouth of Miss Bartholdl Llborty Is Just n yard wide. TiiKitu aro 791 artoslan wolls In the San Bernardino (Cal.) valloy. lUnoNESS BUKBETT-COt'TTS has glvOD wny In charity $0,000 000. EvmtTglrlln freo America Is nGoddosa of Liberty In her own right. Paper shoes aro now manufactured la Tarls, anil nro qulto fashlounblo. Bictclist Stevens, now In China, ox pects to reach homo by Christmas. Bahon METr.il Rothschild, of Frankfort, who has just died, left only T5,000,000. A movement is on foot nt St. Louis to establish a largo stockyard lu that city. JosEni Puutzbii's proflts this year as proprietor of the flow York Wurld will be souo,uoo. Joseph JErrEnsos, it Is said, is worth SO0.LO0, and will r...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

i n m.ttfHW'&svmfti .mbvi.vm-.,. .-& . ,,. .1 .r . j. evjtii f'i;;t JW' T1 , F 1 f w) The Ohio Democrat nnrnm & whitr, vubiither. LOQAH. s OHIO. THE SONUS WE SANG. I tionr f horn singing tosnthor My ncUtlitiors over llio way As I tit fur n momotit, renting Alono In tUo twilight nriiy. Ifvilnrllnil Omjr rtnrllnsjl Wlint In (ho world to mo? jt tlio touch of it norm In tho twilight It lins almost consort to bo. Ton worn Rnfo In mv moniory, donronti lint tho many weary vnural And thn tioud of Htroimtlt (or tho struggle, And tho llttlo tlnio (or to lira I J idmllbo ntrontt to-morrow; I shall Innuh again with tlio rostj I shall cnrofiilly closo IKu'n Imruulns, And win, aa i mny, tho bust. IJut, O mlno own. my only I Ta.nltrhtl nmyouia nlonot Mow lovos nudliopun nnd Uittlcn Aro gray as tho twilight grown. Jly dnrllnst O my dnrllnt Do you hoar tho in whom you are Trom tho fur. Inno univo whoro I left you, Or from yon dim, holy Btnr? DnoB your honrt bronk with wild longing To Bit...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

'tffimi iiii'imiyiyt iniiiriii ft , vm,' mi- wwimm'tm V 'Hw 'Mittiafluwi h ft w tHW8'WlM j THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, '""J" "ljM"'i Vi'W'Myjun-M jmmmiij jjuhwmi .if.-vwni.jx'm- 'Wi'ju'au'i L'gJ.f-l' w PBEHH Ac WHITE, . Fropiletoti A. H. "Wilson, - - . Editor. SATURDAY, NOV. 13 1890. Mn. J. 0. Caiimsob will bo tho Speaker nf tlto Hntisc. Both parlies aro still claiming the majority of tho Indiana Legis lature on Joint ballot. It was rumored Wednesday and Thursday that Speaker John G. Curllslo was defeated, but our latest intelligence is that ho will have n majority of about fjOO. Tony Bajiu:ox of tho Vinton liecqrd Is burdened with sorrow over the result of tho eduction in that County. Evidently Tony did not know the campaign was loaded tllj tho blamed thing wont off. it Is not generally known that on West Broad street, Columbus O. Is the shop of L. B. Davios, the in ventor of tho locomotive cowcatch er. Ho was born In Kennebec. County, Me., and is now well on in years. He spends his timo in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

h5fi"A JsTO'ft' g(pniaWH fYrtW ) w u feTl wyv?U1 rM '' 5Jl WA 3fc-i 1 1 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOOAL aSTETWS. Athens 1ms prohibition. Will Kceslor la In Chicago this week. John F. Whlto shot 28 qutill Inst Wcilncfldny. C. I. Bnrkor, of Athene, wns in tlio city this wcuk. Now Goro is suffering nn cpl domlc of dipthorln. Rev. D. It. Moore, wns nt Book vllle, Jnd. this week. L. W. Morrln, of Znncsvnllo was in the city this week. Attention is called to tho card of Dr. Ilibbnrd on first puge. Miss Emma Dollison is convnl csing from a wcc'ks sickness. MIrs Lizzlo McMunigul lias had malaria for tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sulzbnchcr vislt icd in Chlllicotho over Sunday. Mr. Williard of tho Gazette lias been sick for several days past. L. W. Beery has been appoint ed postmaster at Cedar Grove. Tho first snow fell In Logan on tho Cth Inst. It was very slight. Several much needed crossings Tiavo been laid on north Walnut St. Don't fail to see Monte Cristo .at the Opera IIouso Friday Nov, 19. Im...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

TOWK tmmmmwmM irtt&rl r L . f .-f i i Id n THE BACK DOOR. Sumo of lift Startling nml, Most Frfqurnl ly, itlsugrernlite Itrvrtatlnus, It would bo n good custom, for a fow years at least, until tho back-door mil sniicos wero abated, that guests should bo ndmlttoi! by tills entrance. Thoro wonlil bo some startling rovolnt'onst Many a brown-stono front would blush nt tho slinnlofttl discrepancy between Its two places of ingress. Yot tho truo ehnrnclor of tho housckoopor Is nowhero butlor rovealod limn by tho condition of licr bnck door unit yard. Filth, dirt and clutter scorn naturally to gravllato to tho roar, llicro to romaln in slumbering, tindMurbcd roposo; csncclnlly If thcro 1) ! a shod or summer kitchen this pan doninnto spirit has clianco for riotous Mvny. Hut, dear reador, If you havo bad habits in tills regard, break from them nt nnco. Don't sentinel tho back door with all tho unkempt, jaded Implements of housekeeping you may possess de crepit brooms anil mop-humilas, limp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

. h4to, . ,.W,...AfcU. 'J. 7X n?Si .n. jki. ,.d(,',iJ...... .rft, . t ,.1 -' . JifnV: j, .,.k J-.liK.fJjnu '. MAl .t ' Oft- fcW'VrfsMOr IW' ,.. , AHlMa-Jt- -MJg' VJ vfvtryw,r;r , fw:. .rp,w:f.i.1fcSywft . .ww..,.. , gaafc-iMiiM , rmmt'iTiri- -- " t- ....-- ..r-.. s --.- '---- M I v ji FOREIGN GOSSIP. -Forty-nlno tons of nnaUa nro con sumed dally In Purls (htrlni tholr Bea- Tim Shah of Persia, It In roporteil, has joined tlio l'rohibltionlnta fitiUclosod all tlm cafes In tlio Kingdom. It Is oald that out of twenty-eight thousand Jews In tlio city of Amster dam, ton thousand nro occupied In tlio trails of diamond-dealing. A correspondent of tlio Pall Mall Clazelle Fays that nt night In Neapolitan hotels the IlciiBdanco to tlio muslo of tlio mosquitoes. Tlio ordinary Imlldinc material at Canton Is a bluo brick. Tills bluo co'or Is created by dampening tlio bricks whllo being burned. Tlio ninth white man who has croFsed Africa from sou to sea is Lieu tenant Cilcerup, who for thrco yonrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

Tiii'L''TH aajMaaf8MM ' -"" -E" 'V7, i "fWty " tt-f.ftfft WIWTTtotfTTWfl 7yfiw.tw,twiinBql'WWT'"yJ''i?'lttyi ivfwwwvywnw tarn Bflf WlJTAfr7TVTirMTPtUIWJlWIW'llWlWTgl1gJWIWW mm w I1 1 h l-A ISr Adventure o( nVnlunblo 1'nliitlni;. A Clmiilo Lorralno rccontly mot with series of adventures In I'nris whlcii, if i0 nnrrrttlvcs bo truo, go to show that precIiitloit of a clioico work of nrt is ot widenpreml In tho French capital itlunll its iuitttutcs, lino nrt-Echools, risen of Romo niul salons, Tho picturo i question whs stoluu from n private eBldenco by u bold fellow who U cred ited (or charged) on tho polico books dth UA auccesiful burglaries, nccom dleliod by him without ntiy nccoiupllcofl. kfter a Ioiir search tho "fenco" w.-w dis overod in tho parson of a dealer in sec-mil-hand furniture. At first ho denied ill knowledge of tho affair, but being tressed hard, admitted that ho had jought it forC francst Not suspecting :hat ho had in band a woik valued at 18,000 francs, ho sold it to a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 November 1886

ijy i j-nyiy WKBJWTT W ' i m&m 1 : 2 S. HOME AND FARM. I Exnmlno your flockn ovory enmlng and rcmovo any fowls that may bo did cased. 1'roy Mines. Grass seed sown on wolt-pulvorlzod soil just before a smart showor will neotl no othor covorlttg to causo It to gcrml nata than that resulting from tho rain. Albany Journal, Two or thrco cats kept In tho barn summor and winter may koop It froo from rats, but thoy will not troublo tho rodents much if pampered and petted about tho kllehon stove. H'csfcri Bit ral, To pleklo eggs boll tha eggs per fectly hard, romovo tho sholli, and put tho eggs in Jars, then pour over them scalding vinegar, well reasoned with wholo popper, spice and glngor. Seal tightly unci thoy will bo fit for uso In a month. Delicious with cold moatu. Boston Post. Apple or poach saiico Is rondorcd delicious by stowing and mashing lino or rubbing through a strainer. When cold, beat In a quarter as much cream, and set in a cool placo. Or, beat the whites of throe eggs, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

The Ohio Democrat. .to. m . I ,.' 13 VOIiI. NO. 21. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1886. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. r THE PEOPLES BANK Of X001V. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposlts secured by Indlvltlunl Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general banking lniMnopw. Foreign Prnrt mill BtcaniNhlp Tlclcots Toronto nt low est rates. OFFICE) Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawjuhcci; A. Cui.veb, President. QEonoEjW. 1'uu.en, Vice rrest. UitumiN 1). Cui.vek, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO, Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. fToftn Walker, I'rctildent. Chan. E. Bowe.ii, Canhier. Docio Bcni'rnl bunking biisliicwi, receives deposits, tllt-roniits paper, and buys nml sells Exchange. jy HANK Tn central room In tho James Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-law and Notary Public, llollhon Bntlilliipr Logan, O. Collections ofCliilnis, Notes mill Accounts, Mortgages, Iiws, Contracts, Deeds, wills Jtcchonlc's Liens, Ac., drawn anil iiukiio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

;; ,Vf4--".-1-'V v-ryr.-im .Vti ' .tiiituimm,mmml-. . The Ohio Democrat. DHE11M & WHITE, Publisher. LOOAN. oiiio. CURRENT TOPICS. BtlAtiK steaks aro sold In tbo Havana markets. Milt and water should bo used (or clean ing willow furniture A mm. In a Kalamazoo papor mill found 9iuu whtlo sorting rags. Social loaders In Now York aro using cinnamon an a perfume. Joaquin Mii.um thinks that roon wh wrlto pootry should dlo early. UoitHEiucK oxorctse lii ultrn-fashlonable for New York ladles this season. Fmsncii army ofllcera aro experimenting with tlio blcyclo as an adjunct of war. Two young ladles, students of tbo State college, Me., bavo bocu suspended (or haz ing. The United States Fish Commission dts iributed nlnoty million shad (ry during 1SSO. Mns. NnLi.tn GnANT-SAnTonis will soon come, over from Kuropo on a visit to her mother. Lake Temisconata, In tbo provlnco ot tjuubec, is the deepest fresh water lako in .America. Seven thousand miles of railroad tracks liavo boon laid in tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

. 4 i ff 1 The Ohio Democrat, nitEHM h WlltTB, l'ubllshor. LOQAff, 5 OHIO THE OLD HYMN. To-day, with nulo( heart, I henrd riio prnyor, tho anthem, nnd tlio psalm, Anil Rontfv on my Kplrlt foil Tlio sweetness of tho Hunday culm, Till, nt tlio readmit ot tliu hymn, With sudden tears my oyon woro dim. That oli!, olil liymnl Its snored lines llml fallen nn my childish onrm My llfo tnmail linok, unhindered ly I Tlio Birotcli of Intorvonlng yours. Kcnr m inv little Onughtor smllou, And yet I was again n child. Outside tho winds woro florro nnd rough, Tlio winter's olilll why In 'ho nlri lint I could henr tho bonny bird And humming lnscts overywhoro; And foci. In spito of front anil snow, A BUtnincr breeze from long ago. To find tho nines I took tho book. And hold It In n woman's Imnit, VHillo nil my son! was mnvod with thrills No othor unii! oould understand; And quite nnsoon, with love dlvlno, Jly motlior's,flnioi' folded mlno. And not because tho muslornso l'.xultlngly I hold my breath,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

itmmmmmiiwmm$mMmmim:mummM 7T- v Pt '' " 4 c" ''" - ... v iilmfl niTfffilfl yMaJi&w the oiiio democrat; ae BMHM 4 WHITE, A. H. Wilson, Froptlttoti Editor. SATURDAY, NOV. 20 - 188J. Conouiishman .1. H. Oithwnlto will accept our ilmnk.s for u copy or the first niimml report of Commis sioner of Labor for 113(1. riir.itK is ono olUeer lo ovory 10 privates In the United Status army. It Is fortunate there are no fewer privates, olye tliero would not bo enough of them to furnish nil the officers with body servants, TirnariPKourfuMlaluro will be mndo lip as follow , vi,: House Democrats, H" Republicans, f-0, Union Labor, '2 Senate Democrats 21 Republicans JO. This gives I lie Democrats 00 niajorily on joint imllot. Tinntn Is considerable discuss ion about tho "labor" vote" since tho late election. The proper place for the "labor vote" is In thu Demo cratic party, and tho duty of the Democratic party Is to see that la bor is not improperly legislated against in short, to see that labor li...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

b K -V '? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. local israws Tlo u brick to your lmt. Miss Mnggio Ileitis recovering. Tho Sheriff now provides for four parties. Prof. Lon Bolt wns In Carrol .Inst Saturday. Fred Millisor of Uonton was In town,Thursduy. David A. Miller was lu Lan caster Inst Thursday. Tho Grand Jury visited the County Jail yesterday. No petit Jury was, In attend ance at court this week. Thorcwas.a dance at Hart man's Hall Tuesday night. BillyHoekey has been promot ed to a lieutenancy in S. A. p. L. Davis Esq. was made Foreman of tho Grand Jury. Mrs. D. IT. Willarcl has return ed from her visit to Marietta. Ad. Tipton of Dayton, O., was visiting hisparcnts this week. Court convened on Monday with Judge Fricsncr presiding. D. M. O 'Hare, recorder elect, has moved hiB family to Logan. Maj. Bratton of McArthur was in attendance at court this week. Take- the little ones to see "the war panorama" on Monday next. Mr. Stires, our popular pork packing man has commenced work. Remember "At the Fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

sK , ; T:.' fv 't -- ; nf, . tffiiP - f- I .j mm. i. JL..iMliw.iiilllilllirTTTrW)'ltlirilllirnintriTi'-i-l1M) iin'iiMn'ltl'lll'mi 'l ' y iiintiMftTnii ,i "nf i ', i i mT'mi'ui iu i, iAiiiij Viiil w.1 u I wi,iiMTllwti . - - w . "THAT THINGS ARE NO WORSE." l-'rom l!io tlmo of our nlit Revolution, When iro Hi row oft the ynho of tho Hlnij, Ilni dc.icetultd tlilii plirose to vcmenilicr, To rrnnmlier. to ny, iimt to slug! 'TIs n phrrtso Hint l Mil of u Itwnn, It can comfort unit vMrm Htm lint, It cnn cheer us when ihiys nro tho ilntlccstt "That things aro no worse, O, my Slrol" "Tirni King Ocorffo' Prime Minister ntild It, To tlio King who linil questioned, In heat, What ho meant by nppoUitlnu Thsuiksglrlng, In R'.ich times of 111 luclt mid tlnfcnt: " Wlmt'i tho camo for your Uny of Tlinulteglv. ItiB, Toll mo, prnyt" crleil tho King, In his lro Bald tho Minister: "This Is thu rcnion That things nro no worso, O, my Slrol" Tlioro has nothing como down In tho story Of tho nnswor returned by...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

k K ' K HOME AND FARM. Herbs ncd In cooking should too ponntlotl, sifted and put Into boltloa or tin boxes. UostonPost. Tho Farm Journal Is authority for tho statement thnt tho so-cnllnd "uppo Users" for fattening stock consist: largely of sugar. All animals Ilka sugar, and will eat It wlion other food Is refused. Lemon Cookloi: Ono cup of sugar, two-thirds cup of buttor, onoltnlf cup ot warm wator, and ono-hnlf teaspoon ful of soda. Flavor with loinou csaonco and uso just flour enough to roll out; bako In ft quick oven. Toledo Made. Discolored tea and cofleo pots may Ira oloancd by filling thorn with water In which two or throo tablospootifuls ol wood oshov have boon placet! and lotting it boll up, thon wash thoroughly with hot snap-suds, and rinse. Chicago Journal. Corn Starch Cako: Two cups of powdered sugar, ono cup of butter, tlirco-fotirtlu cup of milk, tho whites of six eggs, throo-fourtlH of a cup of corn starch, two cups of flour, three tnblo spoonfuls of baking powdor mixe...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 November 1886

rw . t "' fei. u. - yf n n iJTTf-Trr " "ii ..;... luiiiiarani nil i I iiiiiiilili in . im Iiiiii.iu. - f I. 1 ;n t 4 KtrttJM wrmamwiWHrrt r irnciriwm tirttirr.-,i tnmqyrfM.Mtctii.wiJtirtfrmrBiy!)rgrjJ rwftfwrnnwwvnm Vvh:ttWoHhoulf15a(. Tin wlilto brood, which wo nro accustomed to son on American tables Is tlio chief cause of the modern lysi0fhi nnd decaying tooth, not bot'iuiso of what It con tains, but because It lucks the rle nionls which go t" tnako bruin, nerve and bono. Jupt assail, ac cording to the boy's dellnltion, Is that which makes potatoes taste bad if you don't put any on, The whiter tho tho bread you give to your children the surer their teeth will fall them, nnd tho sooner the dentist will he In requi sition. Now, by all tho excruciat ing pains, by nil tho agonizing tor tures, by all tin sleepless hours which you linvo suffered by reason of unsound and nulling teeth, do what you can to spare your chil dren all like experience which are unnecessary and preventable. Wha...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

! Tor iar is '1D A HP --- -?dk- VOfj. I. NO. 2. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY,- NOVEMBER 27.1880. TERMS, $.1.50 PER YEAH. H VI I II -A r THE PE0PLES, BANK or L0OAK. . , C'nsli CupHiil, - $50,000.00. Deposits secured bySJntllvIdual JjiiilflUty of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Dors n pnnernl blinking nnilnrnii. rnrelirn Jlrnftn unci HtPinnxlilp 1 leltuts for mile, lit low est ratei. OFFICE, Room So. 5, Opera Housci I.AwnnNf-i-. A. Cri.VF.t:, l'reildcnt. Qr.oimn.W. I'ui.r.KN, Vlco l'l-cl. Hi'.uhkn I). Cur.vi'.it, OHilor. THE FIRST BANK of IjOGAx, ojrro. Office Hours from 0 n. m. to If p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walkur, J'rrsirlr.nt. ('has. R.Jloiven, Cashier. Docn penoral banking IhisIium, receives dproMO. discounts paper, and luiyo rind hjIIh Kxrlmitce. XyHANK In eentrnl room In tlie. .lames ATTORNEYS. G. W. B.REKM. Attornoy-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison IiiiHtlhig Lupin, 0, C'ollei-tlon.oi-Clalin-. Not cm and Aerounts ... i ... ....... ... Ii..itu Willi. .lOriKHKl, I....

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