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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. wrfMnr9r-smirtmnnt4rwmin.mimswm wpwwuiwwwwarjwww at wmmm manmmmammmmmmammammmmmammnmmmm urinntifnnMmi'Vsnrtminrarar THE-0H10 DEMOCRAT, a.W.BREHM. A.. H. Wilson,' ttoprlctol - Editor. Entered at the, Post-office at Logan c.s SeciHid'cluns matter. Tin: Legislature should pnss (ho "Shaw" election bill. Si:natoh Lowiiy will accept our thanks for courtesies during our recent visit. to the Capital City. It appears that the mndslone has failed to euro n ease of hydro phobia in Memphis, though there was an adherence of ninety min ute. About the only nieasuro (hat seemes to bo good in hydrophobia is the old one of amputating the dog Just behind tho ears three mouths before symptoms of the diseaso begin to appear in tho ani mal. Courier Journal. Coloxki. Wm. Freeman Vilas was lormally elected senator to suc ceed United States Senator Spooncr in joint convention of tho legisla ture ol Wisconsin. Col. Vilas was born Ju Vermont in 1810. He grad uated...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. This paper yocs to press at 8 o'clock Friduy eveniny. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Wednesday .wiih tlio coldqst luy. i, D. VIekcrs was nt Lnncns tor Thursday. Will llutln is visiting relatives nnd friends hero. Tlio woutlior lms resumed its normal condition. -Ti. McQIll was in Columbus Monday and Tuesday. The Gilbert Opera Company will bo hero Fob'y. 10th. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Vern Uowcn, Feb. 1th. a son. Thoro is to bo a danco at the rink next Tuesday night. A. II. Wilson was In Columbus Tuesday and Wednesday. . Tom Glenn has moved into rooms in the Bishop block. N. J. Weiland has a new ad vertisement this week. Read it. There is talk of reviving the Force bill. Better lot it stay dead. Sanford Brownleo of Lancas ter, was in the city Thursday night. Tlio exact population of Ohio according to the lastconsus is 3,072, aic On last Wednesday tlio com missioners incorporated. Murray City. A. new watering trough has been placed at the court ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

THE Omo MHMOOBAT, XOGAN, OHIO, SATtTBDAT. FUBBTTABY 7, 1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. e ADVICE TO GIRLS. Come all ye girls who hopo to wod, And hear a friend's odvlco; Before you lcavo your father's home, Think twice, think twlco, think twice For as he li boforo yon tlo That sacred mystlo knot, So ho will be In years to come. When tho honeymoon's forgot. Somo one said truly long ago: " As a young man treats his mother, Ho will be sure to troat his wifo When tho wedding day Is over." For ns ho Is beforo you tie That sacred mystlo knot, So ho will bo In yoar9 to come, When the honeymoon's forgot. Then If your lover has a home, And In that homo a mother, And If for her no lovo ho shows. Just lovo him as a brother. For ns ho is beforo you tlo That sacred mystlo knot, So ho will bo lu years to come, When the honeymoon's forgot. And If ho Is a little w lid, Ills pledge ho docs not keep, Bowing wild oats, perhaps ho'll say, Du' do not help him reap. For as ho Is beforo you tlo 'Tlja...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

OHIE UK) DEMOCRAT, LOG-AIT, OHIO, SATURDAY-. FEBRUARY 7, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. POULTRY AND TOOLS. A House Thnt rtorve Tivo Purposes Kx cellemlly AVcll. On many fnrins tlio liens aro nllowcd to lay their cggR nbout tho bani, under It, or In a fenco corner, and to roost wherever thoy can And a foothold, ro suiting In tho frequent loss of eggn, and in tho vexatious soiling of wagons, tools, and tho iremibcs generally. It Is also trim that there is frequently no place In which to storo farm tools. Tho plow Is run in under the wagon, nnd tho mowing machlno occupies an end of tho barn floor during that por tion of tho year when not in use, while other tools, find resting plaecs, some within and soiuo out of doors. It hard ly needs argument to show thnt buch a course is both wasteful and inconven ient. Such a condition of things may bo remedied by constructing a building like that shown in the illustration a building that can bo readily and cheaply put together by one at all handy with to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOOIIAT SATURDAY. FEBUARY 7, 1891. ryiV jjfltt I 'WlM l '," hum rin mi nirjnriTi" A Ql'liKK BX01Yn.VI.LINU LARK. Little WllliPlniliia's Spirited Accept- mica of 11 Uunllcnr. I'lilhi.Uecmdl A charming story, which is well juithontU'iiti'd; t'oiiii'H from the lliiirue. "Every iiflenioun Queen WUhHiiiliiii, (.'encrtilly nceotnim 4lt'd by her mother, goes for iv long .drive in a slelprli drawn by a couple -of ponies, Thoy nro unattended, ii ml there U nothing iib.out the .cqulpnpo to distinguish t from .hundreds of others of a similar ohnrneter. A few days ago tho excursion was extended to i village a few miles frqra tho capital, which was reached Jus.fc as the girls of tho school were released from their studler and were enjoying a game of snowball. At the earnest re , quest of tho llttlo Queen a halt was made, in order that she might wit ness the fun. Either by accident or design a snjowball, thrown by one of tho children, struck the Queen on the arm. In a moment, and befor...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

X f ' 7. THE OHIO. DEMOCRAT J . THE ir LARGER CIRCULATION; JOB O'FFlQE. i j THAN m PAPER IN THE YALLEY. I J1 Hj iAU CJ ,1M iCtwrfs jMore -News for Less Money.. utLO n raw. YOL. V. KO. 83 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OT&RTJARr 14, 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR:" XL &T .r r 3& A r H vSiii KA . V ft THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LO&AKi Cash Capital, $60,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over,, v v s Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)oe r general bunking liUKlncss. Koro!gn Drnrtnniid BteiiuiMili picket for Kale ut low cut riitcn. OFFICE, Jlooiu No. C, Opera Ilonse. tiAtruRNCK A. nui.vmt, I'reslilcnt. UF.OKOE W. 1'III.I.ICN, Vlco l'rcut, lUuim.v ). our.vnu, Cimlilcr. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGAX, OUIO. Offlca Hours from 9 a. ui. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. Jo fin Walker, President. Chan. JS. liotucn, Cashier. Doiinn general blinking bunlncup, receive dnK)ttH,.IUcoiinUjiuiK)rl nud buys ami Bell Ktelinnpe. . .TIiHAK4C-Ia central room In tbe Jnmo I! I ode, ATTORNEYS. G...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

EHE! OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAiT, FEBRUARY 14, 1891. it THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Ooxonnss costs the peoples 830,000 n TnEUK tiro two hundred women preachers in the United States. The American saddle is holnguscd by the British mounted Infantry. Ir is said that ono-tcnth of tho arable 'And of Vermont Is still left uncultivat ed. In Franco there Is a government tax of two per cent, levied on all bets on races. VAJfnnnniLT's body is still scduously guarded in a stately tomb on Statcn Island. The sun did not shlno in London until fourteen days of tho new year had passefl. It costs about $900 a minute to keep Bio United States Government in run ning order. Quken Victoiua has presented a rich ly caparisoned Indian elephant to tho Emperor of Morocco. Ninety thousand cows, It is calculat ed, lvave to bo millced twlco a day to Supply London alone. Tun Illinois Legislature Is conslder ng a bill to punish impostors who go About posing as Christs. MiS3 Mary Garb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

MISCELLANEOUS. ' .Peasant (to Ins son) "Sny, Huns, how long will you havo to stmly before you can wear glasses?" An uptown druggist In this city hut) In his window a card 'bearing theso words: "Your hcadacho cured whilo you wnlt.v "1 tell you I won't put nnothor blamed cent Into the business." ho said. "Don't talk so loud, Mr. Bullion," urged tho other, "the clerks down-stairs will boor you.'' "What of It? It's no secret," roared Mr. Uulllon. "Thoy lenow I'm tuo silent partner." Chicago Tribune. A woman called at tho department of charities on Saturday bearing a letter from n charitable Sewlckloy lady, which stated that of tho three varieties of poor porsons namely, ''God's poor, the devil's poor, and poor critters" tho bearer was of the third named species and deserved fpcclul aid. She was sent to tho County Ionic. Pittsburgh Commercial. A French doctor has secured a patent on a process for electro-plating people after they die, and making tholr .bodies as Indestructible as copper ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

THE TITO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1891. iWiMwmi p im mm umrowimMiw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W. BBEIIM. Proprietor Editor. A.. H. "Wilson, Entered at the l'osl-o.(llcc at Lagan as Second-class matter. Tun hcIiooI hook Inw of last win ter proved it full lire, but this do innnd for cheap school books in ureases. Gen. W. T. Siikiimax Is dnngor ously 111 ut his homo In Now York, unci hlu curly dumiso will bo no surprise. Will some Republican rise up and toll us what hns becoino of tho surplus tho Cleveland administra tion saved up? Tin: Legislature is still troubled with absenteeism. There should bo some means adopted to put an end to tho evil. Tirn "Shiuv" election bill should receivo tho fow unimportant amendments required and be en uuttxl into a Inw. Tun Forco bill senators nro on tho alert to offer a now bill drawn by John I. Davenport, which they believe they can pass if tho oppor tunity offers. Tiieiik is a bill before tho New York legislature to exempt bank officers and clerks ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1891. WMtttiwuMwi Hmmaammamammm j. wumtMiwwi. wmmm ui wjimiuwwp. iwin mmm . w m nw wi wiwii.jiii.iii uiJiBiiiJiiitMiiM.uilnwwiWMWi. This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Dr. Mansfield was in Columbus Llondny. Gus Mngoon was in Columbus yestorduy. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Purscll aro in Cincinnati. Court adjourned on Thursday till noxt Tuesday. Wm. Klmborling has a riow ad. this weok, rend it. Titos. J. Allen was on tho sick list soveral days the past week. Read tho new notlco of Bus kin, Wollnsky & Co. for bargains. Where- ignoraneo is bliss, 'tis folly to read your husband's let ters. Mrs. Charley Smith of Corn ing, is visiting friends in Logan this week. Charles and Will Stnrrott of Charleston W. Va. were in tho city Thursday. ' A corps of Civil Engineers aro cngiiged in a survey of tho canal "in this vicinity. Richard Burgoon of Laurel, iriado a pleasant call at this office last Wednesday. Wo n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

TTTTC OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATTTRDAy. FEBRUARY 14, 1891. A MESSAGE OP LOVE. OW, Moroury wears a suit of gtay. And his twisted stlok ha tns given away For a bag slung over ht ghoul- dor, Wb.llo tho foathory wrhgs have left til fnAt .Yet ha hurries along on his dally beat, Though thoweath er grows colder and colder. He brings me a let ter from Air to day Hw wh.it in tho world will my lady say? I My mind is In wild disorder s I temr tbo dainty pnpor apart, Wbea oat taUs a blood red Tolvot heart, Wtttt row o( pins for a border! "Will, I pick up tho pretty, useless thlny, ikM tore- It, for hore did hor lingers cling; Yet lean not choose but wonder te It a emblem, a symbol truo; Wfll rtio pierce mv heart so, through and through, Till ii depths nr torn asundert Xtblnk bow ft harsh word hurts and stings; I think of a thousand hard, cruel things; Wrranq gains with love, and ono loses. Ttea I think of my dear oui's sweet puro fact, And my heart ngaln at her foot I placo fcet tier plant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

THJfl OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&AN OHIO, SATUBDAT, FEBItUAltY 14. 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. PLANS FOR NEST-BOX. A Oontxlvnneo That Will l'retont Ilcna from KkUiir Tliolr V.gg. Mr. Luther Kobblns sunds to Farm nnd Fireside a plan of u nest-box which, though nlmple, Is novol In soma respects. Mr. Uobblns, hi describing it, says: "My hens prefer it to the open nests, and ns the lnstdo of the nest Is dark (which tho hens prefer), they are not ll.lblo to eat tho egga in tho nests. "1. 1 shows tho exterior of tho FIO. 1. ncstrbox, which is feet and C inches long and 22 inches wide. It contains four nests, each nest beinff X foot square, making four foot, thu extra 6 inches being for tho ends and partitions. In Fig. 1 tho door to tho passage is shown at II, while A A designate hinges, tho top being raised when desired to collect the eggs. "Fig. 2' shows tho plan of tho floor, Via. 2. there being a walkway, 7 inches wide, tho whole length, which may be open at one or both ends, as preferred. "Fig....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 February 1891

k ..- - - MWW t"(B THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1801. Dcinorrst Miigiizlno for Mnrcli. Flroi l'MroJ" Tlio HiAldun cry tint uriilly Htrlkea (error to every heart ; Init niodcrj) nppllce.s fur illitlii,' tlio iiiorcllosH flumes luivu boon cur ried to hucIi ii degree of perfection that the kuowludK of their o.xlst- onceliinplres conlldencoeveu when fu peril from lire. The Now York Klro Department Is woild-rouowii- d for Its efficiency, every ono will he Interested to know of tho meth ods and appliances for lighting flro In tho metropolis which n.ro nost validly described mid splendldl illustrated in the jrarcli uumbor of iJenioj-e.-H's Fajnly lagazlne, just Arrlycd. Ah usual, th.iii Mtifrasjino is brim ul and rujinjng ov.er with good hlugs, doiethinjj 0 special in terest toiach member of the fault ily. 'J'hoso with artistic tastes will ,be delighted with the paper 011 "The Art Schools of New York," which are most charmingly dis coursed of by one who has had in timate acquai...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

rTHE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 1 LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. THAN AM PAPER IN'THE YALLEY. More News for Less .Money, ( All Kind tt of l at LOU' mi i.tniH ofuait rrinUtm none vest I'juaiss. VOL. V. NO. 34 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Tu OHIO DEMOCRAT . Lwtfv. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP to &AT. Cash Capital, . $60,000.00. Deposits Hocured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dues a Ronenil bunking IhiMiicfu. Knrolfrn nritrtmuut Hlcumslitp Tickets Tor nolo n.t low est rutcH. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opora House. CiAvrnnNCK A. Cui.vkh, rrcKklcnt. Ueokui: W. Pui.i.kn, Vlro 1'roM. Hkuiik.v I). cuMrnu, Citflilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 0 n. m. to 8 p. ni. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Vallccr, President. Chan. E. liotven, Cashier. Doosa Roncrnl banking bunlnewi, rreclve.1 ilainsUH,4tlKcomi(Kpnpcr, uudbuyH niul sells Exchange. , 3 HANK In contra! room tu the James Illoolc, - -- 1 : : ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

TELE OHIO DEMOOttAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUAUY 21, 1891. ? OHIO. CURREMT TOPICS. A Ciiicaoo charity ball netted nearly 510,000. OrALS that solil for $200 havo been found In Oregon. Senatoh Inoali.s has completed his fifty-seventh year. Miia. P. T. Baknum isforty years old, just linlf her husband's age. Statistics show that the birth-rate In the United States is declining. Tiik five-franc pleco of Franco con tains 884 grains of standard silver. A Pennsylvania judge has decided that piano playing is manual labor. br.KATou Inoali.s will tako himself and family to Europe after March next. Henpecked husdands aro In favor ol the closure rule. Closure means shut up. There will bo seven natives of Ver mont In the next United States Sen ate. Necklaces and bracelets of tho gen uino small gold coins of all nations aro teen. "DisraoronTiotfAntENESS" is given ns the longest word in the English lan guage. Phesident Diaz, of Mexico, is re ported to havo arranged for a trip to France. Wateh I...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

TUB OHIO BEMOOlUtf, L0GA3T, OHIO, SAOPURDAV, liBIlUAIiy 21, 1801. DEATH TIIE VICTOR Gonoral Shorman Dofoatod in His " Last and Groatost Fighti The Old Hero Forced to Glvo Up " Ihp Unequal Battle His Brill-' iant Military Oarocr. Slir.IlMAK IS DBAS. j Nnw York, Fob. 14. General Slier $&an died at 1:50 p. m., after a bravo Mrugglo for llfo. Tho Improvomont In t condition Friday, wldch filled many friends with liopo that would win tlio battle, garo way to rralng symptoms which caused tho at tending physicians to announco that tho end was rapidly approaching. Tho tnembcrs of Ills family wero hastily (Summoned to his bcdsldo and remained with him to tho end. From Secretary Barrett It was learned that General Sherman had remained unconscious to tho last, dying with no vlslblo pain. General Egbert L. Vlolo is authority for the statement that General Henry "W. Slocum has been selected to tako charge of tho fnneral arrangements. Burial will take place at St. Louis. All night long , Goner...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

stZmSS&aeGx KJUmtfnnwXiin fwpj THE II I() DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1801. : ,r.-L"S.KSFi a-Mi-wmiMMtlii-piawtMww-itMiiaiuiwtiiiiwiawww 53 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, a.W.liREIIM. A. H. "Wilson, Froptictot Editor. Kn tcred al the Post-office a I Logan on Second-class matter. Don. Piatt litis nguln tisstiniecl the editorial control of tho 'Bel furtl's Magazine. W. f. KXTLKll 13 Improving tllO appearance of tho Athens Journal, which is ono of our most valued exchanges. Tun Now York Tribune wjunts the pension lists revised and tho fraudulent claims stricken from tho list. Verily, "the sun do shine." It U reported that Speakor Ily-f-ell has purchased tho I'aulding Democrat and will become its edi tor at tho close of this session of the Legislature. Tho Di'mociiat wishes him success in his now field. To,ny Baklkox, tho wisdom dlspetiserof tho Vinton Record and Brother Jennings, of tho Athens Messenger, both have tho 8 nine no tion of tho YVatterson letter to (Jo v. Hill, and they express...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1891. IWWWiOTMWWM M FflWWWIWI'WMUmiWimn'BM This paper goesioprcss atSo'olook Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. To-morrow is Washington's birthday. Tho rlvor was higher than any timesinco 1881. laom Finlcy, of Columbus was horo yesterday. A. A. Price has reccivcc1 an in cronso of nonsion. Esq. Xrinn, of Laurel was in tho city Tliursday. Tho inonsles In this) locality have about subsided. Bring in your announcements for tho spring election. Judge Frlesnor was horo at tending court Thursday. Tho McCurglsh murder trial will cotnmenco Monday. Mrs. John Heetohwalt jr., is very low with consumption. Tho petit jury hhs been dis charged till noxt Wednesday. Jlr. and Mrs. Daniel lloffc are both on the sick list this week. Pensions have boon granted to Oliver Oaks and James Jackson. Will Keynes got his fingers badly hurt in tho machinery at tho mil. An $8,000 school houso is to bo built in tho first ward of Nelson villo. Much damage has been...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

U M1fgag5 tiomo behocrat. IjOGAN, OHIO. MARION'S MONEY. JBtonlsh the Parlor or Holp Davo Wna tho Quostlon. ALL, I dunno, Silas." "Nutlicr do I, Lizy." Silas Barney, or Uncle Si, as ho was com monly known, spread out on his checkered ovcrallcd lenco a pair of knotted hands, and thong h tfully c o n t o inplnted thom, while a couple of half grown chickens ventured to crano t h o 1 r necks over the yellow door-stool in sain quest of stray crumbs. Crumbs were unknown to Mrs. Barney's floors, and so were, usually, chickens; but for -onco something lay so heavy on her mind that she quito forgot to meet them with the broom. "I'm sure I dunno, Silas." "Dave wus alwus a good boy to us, mother," Uncle Si offered this sugges tion rather timidly, wfth an upward glance at bis wife. "So he was, Silas, so ho was," as sented Mrs. Barney. "I don't And no fault with him's fur's that's concerned, bnt-" Uncle Silas did not urge her to com plete the centence. lie know what she meant, and knew that it wa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

THE OHIO DIDMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUltJOA', PEB11TJAIIT 21, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. DAIRY AND ICE-HOUSE. Every 1'nrm Whoro Cows Aro Kept Blionld IIuo Ono of Thcui. A convenient combined icc-liouse nnd dairy miiy be constructed as follows: Tho lec-houso Is made In the usual way, with an annex under tho same roof, but separated by u passage-way for tho pur pose of avoiding tho usual frowy smell of tho packing1 round tho Ice, which would affect tho milk. The plan would be as below: I I I I ' B ' ' 0 I - 1-.T . A ici:i n rAssAan; c dairy. Tlio ice-houso would bo filled from the. rear, but the Ice would be taken out in tho passage through which a current of air would pass by tho windows, ono at each end. This passages might be used for various purposes. The tank would be mado in the dairy, and water from a cistern or pump would bo used to supply It It might be too great a cost to ttsc tho ico for tho water supply, although this has been done by an ar rangement of this kind, as follows: T...

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