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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 1 November 1906

ktPhppp m qnjwr fwrtawiwvMi -s -n-VJI,! ;fl$jLr' wpmm -l)iliWiyDiIl. j EHWMBff ' "' "" ''"'''""'""" ' T""i"i' n..i .,,. ,.t-w- ,--, l' ' ia -yj"".1'"1.'..", i " j'i ";i. ) u " T . " .' '' " I ' ' . Ii m . lima i 1 i mm f I a,h....,lf. MJWtL'I I!W !," JwywPwiwwiwywi1 i nwwrifi rave Lai The ffjllowin& is u Hat of vory vor attmctlouB uookuu lor our I'hofttro botwaan now uud Iloltidaysi "Hunipty Dumpty" xv4v Adam Srvwyor," "Tho tig Boll," tho comic opora f Ilnjuh of Boluig," "Stephen Linton's," . Johnny Wlao," "A Aigor in Town" and tho vory jot Ohio Actress Knlhryn rman in tho comedy drnnm 10 Girl Who Looks Liko Mo." ri)on't worry about coiu call up o Logan J'ottory Co. Citizon liono, 185. Mies Ida Allon waB a visitor in oodwood, last wook. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lindley, of sattlo, Washington, aro tho pnr- ts of a flno baby boy. The 75th anniversary of Mr. liver Oaks, which waB on Monday as colobrated witll a family din- )r at tho homo of his son, Chus. aks, Sunday. MissoBNellBray, Clar...

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. — 1 November 1906

-r v 1 iJtyJ'Jfc'.VitSl 33Ta'J3J.'SIJJVR1St,W iiruauuuJlfrBLa&Mfalaaaa5 222 3BB2 gWWptH i,m.jBt-L'jynBr-ijJjjn,rMwNiwt..u4g .sillllllHslllsiliWsH - Hopuli..., say thrt ballots for Colonel Cam v This uttora highly importu-. the state tio'- xa- T t V i. r '"f u 90 fngH POrMi'!l that M protest I state"' r mttMg IT vote for 1t th STOLEN GOODS IN SUIT CASE Negro Who ClK,: Marslinl Was Well lixcrl f ,,- t o.d Wiullier. ,ft PRISONEI? GUT ON PAROLE Sent to nefortnAlory Trom Columbus For Shoottng a Woman Mob Would Have Lynched Him If Offl cxr3 Had Not Ru3hed Him OH to County all Buckeye News. Vrdnltllm O., Oct. m. A rncc riot liei'o, following the silling o( Ceorge Hnsoro, town ninrblml, by ii nogio named George White, resulted In ne groes being tltl von out of town with out being given time to explain. After White wrh captured he was removed to the county jail at Lebanon, Just ns n mob tried to force the prison to lynch the negro. White vns suspected of several rob beries nt Carlisle, f...

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. — 1 November 1906

r-fljgraaEru i ,tui -..aw-wtaw tjMrWy ...vt-" ". ' ft kJ 1i ku BANii Hss" Jl , W Jt&.flLB 9 a -&K-7rmaTt3kt3rxrT DR. E. M. PERSON. Hcavtl t Wdmin'i lnanne Depnrt Mti feiftMAefpliln Hpaplinl. Drtt' Si. Antiernon it a womnn with high medical rcpulntlon in Pullndcl phla, whore sho holds a responsible and trying position unllfcr tho municipal KOTArsment Parhapa of "all tho posltlonfl tho city can oWr to Woiiicn none calls forth tho ucod '6"f thwoninniy qualities of pa tlencc; tdfldcrnrjirf nnd tact to such a dajrxco "ka thopo-iJcallug with tho poor and unfortunate in tho almshouse and the muulclpUl hospital. In thefti tVo places Ionian lms found bar gpHofc, and 'it In that of nn nnROl of mercy and coiurtasfllou. As every oiiu knows,' the berth in theso ltiHtltutlons are Hot stnocurea the poor pay, tho loogfhburs, the disagreeable Incidentals Xin X. M. AMDERSON. which dro Inseparable from such work, make them testa of sincerity and no bility of character. No womau who Is not deep...

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. — 1 November 1906

fJK lliflUWW"'wip't i mrtjB-T "FT'TT,!IK;'TftF;'f;:!lKlW iU""" ' A VMVMHMWm nNMMMfJuiM MI" () (Pi in i i mu tmiuiiiratmnimy 1BBgMWWWJ'.ig;3i '' '- '' n11 ''''''''y'f 17 II ! Maxville Wo noticed in the National Tri bune, the advise given to us so culled, "Old soldiers," to vote for the Republican candidates for con gress, as they arc the do facto friend of the pensioner, tlinir widows unci orphans, and if the National house of representatives would thus be kept with a Repub lican working majority, the ser vice pension bill, giving each honorablv discharged soldier $11 per month and us Ex Prisoners of war $'1 per day for the time we were in prison, would both bo passed to an early day, nnd be cause these bills were not passed sooner was on account of insuf ficient revenues. We frankly suy to all our comrades, that our Dis trict never had a truer friend in congress then the 'Jon. C. II. Gros venor, and never will have except in the person of the lion. 0. W. II. of Logan, Ohio, our Demo...

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. — 8 November 1906

uwiatmfe,.MjMu - -- . .. ,,. - b- ljrrfkUddlt--M-t ' -.i-uUB wnriwiterf ffviA w I ii ft ii DEMOeRA T-SENTMEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 35th. Year, Number 44, THE HOCKING SENTINEL. 66th. Year, Number 23. j Mil !? SoV V OCftoo Circulation 3000. One Doi ker Year. LOGAN, HOCK1NQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the Coun.ty . -4- .t.yifc.i-i 4fgfariMwtfifc 1 y 3jjf After the battle of ballots, comes the newspaper man's job of gotting tho figures on paper and telling how it happened. We presont the vote ofllcially and you can study the figures for yourself. The State ticket went Republican by about tho usual majority of 50,000; there will be five Democratic Congressmen from Ohio instead of one. Judge John G. Reeves made a remarkable run in this strongly Republican dis trict, and is elected by 1015 majority. Judge O. W. H. Wright is defeated in the district for congressman by from 1000 to 1200, a most noble run against such odds. In Hocking county the entire...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 November 1906

p. 'r!!Tsssssr?. jy-'i; -aui :r-i K7f ' -J,1i'lll'illl.l'llH)liiiilll.iljlfcfr JLILt, ' "MwMfc-a,'' ' fiyyifr,tmlx 'i '!'.. i '.Ul'.UUt LU. I -i,..i.inej'imatJpf mxtmanwmuutJwumnmtitH jnmM,r.n.iMm.iiii imu THE FIRST LIGHTHOUSES. r 0 It Is not one -iii'uli thing Unit makes n co-opcrntlU' crcirnery successful, but It Is tlio L'oiiibliK'il w rk of many essen tial tilings. wijh State Dnlry Inspector "Wlnkjer of Minnesota. The butter- maker Is generally considered tlio most Important fiii'tor roc 11 successful creamery, but bis Uimorfauee Is nmluly that ho Is In a position to bring togeth er iind harmonize the forces to bear on the Important place. The biittcrmnkcr lina an itullinlteil amount of pressure lii'lilml his creamery business If h 5 S g SjT - ttocondi Thli covered '.vhrd. Is bpddert dally. It bus the advantage of making the jjreatsdt linloiint of- the best bin nuru of any plan that uiny bo devised, The stable li oh'iinod out nt such thno as to allow the manure to be hauled di r...

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. — 8 November 1906

, " Sffge!fe?ffiftIHlS fiifirffftl7lHiaJtflrinriTJrYrnrf' ' JU- ,. i.janm . r " JMU1T MUII JimJUWI JtTOKnTfTgT. ILL fl LI, njmftermm M lft HLf f j g Vt gJ '' 'OX LLflfg i'ifc.'vnnng'ee E5S5E iiajaaij jt um i jt!iMi',i ii U4 ii.umiitajiiaWi.-ioa'.'-liii-i Ji'its. VSJ r HER!W60ES "With his pal Both Are Doing Time at Joliet for Chicago 'Bank Failure. STENSLAND ON THE STAND Ms To'd Hdw the Bank Was Wreoked and Said Hiring Knew About All Trankactl'ona Cashier Pleaded Guilty and Alto Drow an Indeter minate" Sentence, Chicago, Nov. C Henry Bering, cashlbr of the Milwaukee Avenue State bunltjn which he and the presl dont, Paul O, ' Stensland, wrecked, went with Stonsland to the peniten tiary ac'Joilet to servo an indetermi nate1 sentence which may run from ono to i8 yearn Horlng mode no de fends ngalrist tho accusations of Sten-j-land oh" tho witness stand. At th6 '6drtcluslon of StonBlnnd's testfmoijy Hcrine; was called to the bar oftho cdurt nnd, withdrawing hlu ploa of not guilty, he ent...

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. — 8 November 1906

MESSl wmm'jLkJ WWWWI 'IWW PWIIH WIW'PI". ... "IHwmna1.ln.'tJL 4 i LBPMWB iimmwifminiieMiMiiliWi'jtMw EESi DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. jtrBMttK nrr.iiT mtmMivr mohniko Tha Logan I'rinlimj and I'uMUIitoK tu- I'liUl.lrtllGlM vinniLi' 1 owiit, ICO. Hamii'i, J. II, iloM imik, I'riK-uiihst HWHM UtY KlltTOH Ol'Tlt'Ci-lii IMllDon Mock, Hontli Door Knlered nt ttio E'tiMidllui'tn t.ounu.Olilti.iu Hpcourt ()liis Mull Matter. Thursday, Nov. 8, 1906 The Next President of the United States John G. Reeves Elected Common Pleas Judge, Poor Hollis Johnson of Galli polis! He was speaker pro tem in t!ie House of Representatives once upon a time, and he con ceived the idea that ho would like to sit upon the bench of the Com mon Pleas Court. He took out his pen&il and drew a map of a certain judicial district to Iwb liking, composed of five counties, three of which were strongly Re publican. The district was aw fully stringy and crooked, but it just suited Hollis. So this little fellow got ...

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. — 8 November 1906

.... Jl ."VMn&a 1tKflk4if0P?i T'WSS-itS- 4MV ,., V r , U L I ii;m, news. Tho Boston Orchestral Company nt tho opora houso, Friday Nov. 9. Don't worry about coal call Up the Logan Tottery Co. Citron Phono, 18G. Tho Boston OrohoBtral Compnny under tho dlrcotion of Dr. Jannoss at tho opora houso, Friday Nov. 9. Mr. C. P, Rulon was nblo to ro turti to Noleonvlllo lust wook, uf tor mi Indisposition of several days. Tho Boston Orchestral Company Friday Nov. 9. Mrs. Goorgo Williamson visited in Adolpbia Inst Friday. Arthur Knight, of Nolsonvlllo, waa in Logan Thursday evening. Henry Halo, of Murry City, was a Logan visitor Tuesday. Ilosorvod seats will bo placed on sale noxt Saturday Morning, November 10, for "Humpty Dumpty," which appears at tho Opora House Tuesday, November 13. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bniron, of Rockbridge, were visiting Mr. und Mrs. Will Shaw Saturday. Grandma Belnstettle celebrated her 79th birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Hudson, on Culver Street, lust ...

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. — 8 November 1906

HHBBIH. m rmms&L:?2m&, rS -4 Wlfr'"'... ' l)ii'llMfy.lW) aiiM&BBSI MWIHH11UUIHHIHIIJJ4mMHIII)IIUUHHUIIIIHH''Mlll" 111 iiiiniiin 'tLnmiMiiiL ii I'll li iiiiu i him injiiim mmMuxnim ...IIWIIIlf Ul II Till II Mlillll .l i ll" L QUESTIONS Mod at the Regular Examina tion of Teachers. POSERS FOK PEDAGOGUES Uniform Llatg On Elnmcntary Knowl edge Prepared Under the Direction of State Commissioner of Public Schools to Tust the Wlu of ThoiB Who Seek to Wield the Ferule. Following are tho list of questions as prepared under direction of tho state commissioner of public schools, nnd submitted at the county oxamlna tlon of teachers Nor. 2 for elomontary school certificates: GnAMMAR. The first il sentence are b:ucil upon the sentence given below. 1. Mr. Welter having obtained leave of 1! absence from Mr. Pickwick, ho, in 3 hii then state of excitement and 4 worry was by no means displeased at 5 being left alone, set forth, long he ft foie Hie appointed hour, and having 7 plenty of tlm...

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. — 8 November 1906

f' o iwrnmrnqm WP-'f.-'"" " F V. r , dnxvi;n pplr SEED CORN STORAGE. A Wcntcrn Corn Ilonne Cunntrnolcil on Now Linen. A full olzctl model of n seed corn toraRO houso that is hi constant use on a Scott county (III.) fnrm wis dlBnlny oil nt tho 1005 Illinois Htnto fair. It Is depleted In'tlio cut from tho Oruiigo Judd Knrmor, which snys In regard to tho method of construction! Tho house la 18 by 30 foot and meas ures rilue feet under tho eaves. Tliu frame la made of 1 by 0 uprights, and tho slats for holding thu cars of com In MODEL SEED COEN STOllAOn UOIISI'. placo-aro 1 by m Inches, placed three and a half Inched apart, up and down. Tills house holds COO bushels of oar corn in' the racks, and there Is space for saving ICO to 200 bushels In tho attle, so to'spcak. Th6 'house .Is three feet above the grouhd'nnd set on' posts ten Inches in diameter, surmounted on the top by tin, so ttyat It Is mouse proof. It Is covered with weathcrbonrdlug on the outside, has a window in each end, n d...

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. — 8 November 1906

r ' lU'Mi'Ji-iJMW lift gtgjpqaga. -vJ?v'h iOy. j' i HiM. r jy yiS3ir"r Marion "The frost Is on the pumpkin, Tlio fodder's In tlio shock," The rabbits nron liunipln. Hoys mid lion's ure on tlio trot. Uncle lies enn you bent that for pootry? Emmet Kreicler and family at tended the funeral of Mike Mitchell at Ilaydonvillo last Tuesday. Will Johnson, of Gore, is nn.v ing his sawmill on the farm of N. il. Parmer, Noah Ruff sustained a pretty pevere flesh wound on his leg by being kicked by a horse one day last weok. Isaac Blosser and wife returned home from Dayton Nov. 3. Carbonhill I guess'I will surprise the readers of the Democrat Sentinel this week, and write nothing about politics or poetry. Jfiss Eula Spooner, from Slurry City spent last Sunday here. Mr. Taylor, of Canada, and Mr. James Shaffer, from Nelsonville, ppent last Sunday at the home of Mr. ffra. Shaffer, of this place. Mr. Eph Shaw, of this place, had business in Logan last Salur day. Mr. John "V. Daunhour, of this place,...

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. — 15 November 1906

J iff"1? tlilWfNwafcBwiw'iy , r - 4mMOeRA TSENTINEL. THE HOGKitfd Se&iINEL. 66th. Year, Number 24; 4 Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOCJAN, MOCKING COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15.1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County If KJ U i -' M Tho guardians of tlio welfaro met last Tuesday City'B night with all the mombors present. Tho now member Mr. J. A. Nail, was on hands and sworn in by tho May or. By virtuo of succeeding Mr. ThumcsB, ho will bo chairman of tho Street Committee, and member of tho Printing and Finance Com mittees. Tho minutes of former mooting woro road and after fow oorrcotionu wese approved. The Mayor made his monthly state ment of fines, liconse otc. collected by him for October. Tho Village troasuror reported $10,401. 1;1 in tieasury. A matter erred on the face of it was greeted. The law provides that an appropriation of nllmonios rociovedfrom nil sources shall bo made. The clork antici pated more than $2000.00 rocejpts from Wator WorkB, and appr...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 15 November 1906

n"ywy"" 1,SpWp,?f imprainipnvvigiMmi -Ttar " -,&. s-rfe n- rs;r(pp"f;S('3p "w 'itpSJUfj 5K' T I IP L HIIIIIHIIIIII SEATTLE'S MAY OR, 1HE PEO PLE'S F Five months nl' lils iitlininltftrii tlon linvu (leuionstnitcil that Wil limn 1 1 i;k in ti it Monro, Seattle's now mayor, Is a nmyor for nil tho pi'iii!. Honn after bin inuiigiirn t tun i lio Ministerial (iHHOc-atioii oalli.il h public nmss meeting to petition liim to onfmeu nti old orilinuuco requiring saloons to close their doors nt midnight, says a writer in tho World today. Tho onnvory interests offered nd a compromise to close tho Hnlinns from 0 a. m. until f'J a, 111. on Sundays. They wore invited to present their nidt! of I ho citeui at tht) niHHN iiH'i'tinjj. Mayor Moore was asked to preside. In tril:ing the I'll ir he said : "Itoforo assuming the position of preHidiiig olllcor of thin gather ing I desire to ask for information. It luiH heen announced in t he public prenu that this meeting in for the purpose of discussing n...

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. — 15 November 1906

rtiWftrTHiw iiih-tw'- i.iifcu " u uwm 1 ! l w M .T V r lMMWttW Ml. MWWWPWWIlWWMWBMWIMWWMmW OUNS. ' Lincoln, Nob., Nov. 10. Wil lifitu .T. Brynn, commenting on 1 Tnosilny'B election, has this (o nay : "Tho olootion o 10011 imllonteu n trond in favor of the Domocmtfc party. Jt provoa that the Demo cratic party h growing etrongor a Itripublican policies aro dovoloped. I'd Now York tlio party has won a iiiglnul victory in epito of tho trc lnoudouB ofFortH put forth in bo half of -tho administration, Tho . Republicans had all tho money they wanted; they bad tho pup port of all tho great corporations, and at tho cloao thoy had what ovor influence tho administration could loud. "Tho fact that the Democrats elected every state officer exoop ting tho governor shows that in - the Empire state tho Itspublician party has been repudiated. The defeat of Mr. Hoarst, while a groat disappointment to his friends and to tho party,' is explained by facts whioh rob Mr. Hughe'B yictory of both glory and ...

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. — 15 November 1906

(H I 7 f j j i(j 1 1 -.. ii . v hi., .in .in i i -. ij. ... i uii . i i ii i i i i i . il ji iii i i - . i ' r " " ' ' n 1 "" ' '' i 8 'r DE.YIOCRAT-SENTINEL T WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. frCnUSItltD RVRItT TMURSnAT MORNTJtO, Tfae logan Milting and Mlldiing Co. Wl''iHVOltKtt-Xt) I'UUI IrtllHIW v I no 1 1. ' townr, 11. li ltANM., .1 II, Hol.l ISU, I'lumiHKNT KM'IIU'aIiY ClIllOH OKI'lt R: III DiiIUhmii Mock, Houth Door Kntrrotl n( tliu IVntiilllee In t.osiin.Olilo'.'na Huunauiii .null dinner, Thursday, Nov. 15, 1906 The Next President of the United States THE OFFICIAL COUNT SLOWLY SETTI IN. 1 1 ! race as oiuiclldnto for the llepub ltoan nomination for Governor Iti 1008. If thoro is no uuanije Iio will bnvo tlto banking of the sena torial organization, Tlui springing of Coticrt'hiintkii Urnnt Monger, itlso of Marion, ut n pro ueutivu canilidato in rccognizori igoiiornlly ai'ft hit ot "back tiring" in.ttmleil to embarrass Harding. Beckham is Senator. Louisville, Kv.. Nov. 8. -With but a low mount...

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. — 15 November 1906

rt6t.PSRft s- f r JK i iwiii.i iw.iw H" ( k vimu L "I LOGAN SO Y. Rnthbono's Suppor. Tho Itnthbono Slster'H gave n very plonsaut supper Monday night. Twlco Five Club. Tho Twico Flvo.Club mot at llio homo of Mr. Lowih Grcon, Mon day ovoning of this week. uVic tor Hugo" was tho subject under consideration, with papers by Mr. C'omly and Supt. Silvorthoru, Lndloo' Afternoon Whist. Mrs. A. G. Stoinmnn ontortnin od tho Ladies' Aftornoon Whist Club, Monday aftornoon. Sowing Party. Mrs. C. W. Sohwonko was tho hostess Friday afternoon to n par ty of ladios for a few hours naedle work and social converse. A two course supper was served. Cards. Miss Ellzaboth llompal ontor talnod at cards in her home at tho rosidonoo of her aunt, Mrs. Col. lienipel. A most sumptuous supper was served. House Warming, Thursday afternoon tho Social Club ladies surprised Mrs. .1. ft. Dollison by assembling at Iior new homo on Tho Heights. Thoy oitmo in body, bringing their sup pers and a moHt acceptable token of r...

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. — 15 November 1906

"-TCrJ'V4-'V&P w IJ PfBffVV4ff9M u gwrwwwiuujw'cqwwiwffgw wHwwjMtwMuuMJMMMwwBiB mtm!imtommmmMMiJAiJ0fi y Sta NEW KLLD CLOVER. A Tnie AIlli in'clill AiMuhIhui-n III Vmt-i I1M11 liirinliiu, Uy ClfAlil... J uttANI), bun.au at li 11 i lnilustry. Two giv.it niii'i-t;niis have long been made ngulust in I rimer vulture In thu urea where It ciii In1 grown. One In that the ay ri.oi in: unci nt a time When thd faruii'i's best lnliTists tie in.iiid Hint lie le i- tluT I'lttti u thipr III' cu'ii u' hareMlug bis Humll grains. 'Hie other Is liiMilveil hi tlii' fact Hint prfrhups tin most satisfactory op nt l.-ast I ho most popular method of seed ing clover for hay or pnsttiro Is Hi mix tares contulnlnfj- either oue or several FIi.lHT 07 IMUtLKSH ORKL CLOVEB, AtiSIOST 1IA.TUKE. of a number of grase-. Of these the most important by far Is the clover timothy mixture, unit against tills It has ever been argued that the clover matures, so much In advance of the timothy that the feeding valuo of ci...

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. — 15 November 1906

w WIMWMMMHiNpnMSM Jasaja-saiWKSSo-" jr a-j-aei-JUBl - " - 'V-a' vfe" ijfrri)HVpjssrTjtrj-i ar ' "' i' ' ' '" " ""iir "f ' on lwmrwrpw tttmmm HCymttmmmnm.m'mimmv99mMtviMmkMiri9mirmjijmmm!mJi9min7mm wmffjvun3mmtajnf-muem6teA r-ySWM I'll'ipPH'1'1''' iiiJSS- JlWMtfUrtaa r JOHN HENRY ON GREAT MEN. By HUGH McHUOH IOJB0RGB Y. HOB ART "All with Tlielr Undo Peter lg one of the Rameat llttlo chunks of. humanity tluit over lookotl the world In the uye, but whon he henrd tho edict put forth by Or. Osier tho Aid man wont ovorliouril With a splash. IIo was undor water a long time. Ho thought tho Ttogey Man hud lilm for sure. Undo Potor felt that It would no longer bo possible for him to pass a drug store without some young fellow rushing out with u handkerchief full of chloroform and yelling: "Here, you old chestnut! here's where you get it In tho nose!" In the dark watches ot the night Uncle Petor used to wake up covered with cold perspiration, because he had dreamed that Doc Osier was pounding ...

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. — 15 November 1906

EEil -- - ' 'W "JWP 'J"' tttwmt? rrro,-n s i -- -t- 5V''T'T T'"f",'V I tUifWiJ .w ' miy fit ,BBS1?S Stringtown The wcitlier id soinowlint ooolor, at Ihirt writing. Quito n niMiihor from tliitt vicini ty uttotidi'd tlio fiUH'ral, of Mrs. Frank Walker, held at St. JoIiii'h church liint TliurBciliy. Miss Flora Eclmrt, of Logim, viflitud AJ"r. Thomas McPeck, and fniuily Sntnrriny anil Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Mart f4oB, and son, viaitod J. D. Highley, and family Sunday. Mr. s:id Mrs Tony Uectenwaldt, of Logan, spent a few days of Inst week witli the Intter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Clowe, of this place. Miss Rohc McPeck, of Colunibus was the Sunday guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc Pe.;k. .Mr. Frank Beoughcr, was seen passing through this vicinity Sunday. Which way Frank. Messrs. Sam Nihiser, and Charley Clark, called on Mart Gobs and family Sunday evening. Mrs. Homer Schein, and chil dren, visited Mr. and Mrs. Noah lieougher, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. Allen Murphy,' vi site...

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