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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 December 1906

r tmmmmmMm JimW m IWWWHHWWHBtWW UUMUWMtjmW at W.1HHH &! unuwtfcaX MWWJMUMJIJ.Jmil.UlH IIIMIWWWIiawHlgjngJUimLllJWJJJlJlMIJllJmJ fl (' w ,1 mcmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmp-M-ma..mmmmmmmmmmmmmr Ummmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Holiday Suggestions Obituary. For the Man or Boy You'll readily recognize this store as the headquarters in the lines mentioned below, if you will only give us a look. We have made great prepa rations for Christmas and we expect you, at least to see what we are offering. We are depending upon our efB forts to make many new cus tomers. We are entirely too busy to give you a detailed description of this great array so we earnestly ask you to to see before you buy. Look over the list. We shall be pleased to show you. sfi sS Men's and Young Men's Suits Children's Knee Suits Children's Overcoats . Young Men's Overcoats Men's Overcoats, Raincoats Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps Gloves, Hosiery Neckwear, Mufflers -Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Shirts Bath Robes, Sweaters, Sm...

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. — 6 December 1906

PfWWfpWfpjpWp rF7lF V wnHptMrimrw j;iw.iTwMr''''''''wU''ilMiMMill mummy IHllf rM,wqwn i u.u HI' ' T ymw,mm'9i wiByyawqpHM w mtWM 11, r atwyraypsaysf1 iua4k4Aifc.uuUk,u Holiday Headquarters is at Harden & Co. Yh vn ai'innw mvly with n fino ttiaplny and woul.l like very'inuch (o hnvo n Holiday Opening, hut tin- fnt't is wo hnvo no room left' to nocommo cliitc hii'go'mimhers at one time. So wo extend a cordial invitation to all to eomo in and look through at your convenience. We are especially strong this season in Leath er Goods. Wo show l0 or more styles of Loather Chairs and "Rockers, prices j30 down (o the cheapest. Also Leather Couches of a guaran teed quality. Not the cheap No. 2 leather that is being put out at a low price and would bo dear at any price. We havo just received n fine line of JJcd Davenports in Chase Leather, Vclour, etc., prices right. Dining Tables, all styles and prices from -.SO to SSS.OQ and if you will come and look through and do not say it is the fines...

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. — 6 December 1906

wmw warn SE iMiiiWCif1iiil,llimciiuii.nll-HiM-LjiL iuiiimwi f ifrr? A, f a m . viH,ArW$WifcW hi Our (WWWWWOWW Tf H COUNTERFEIT By JF.IIOMti P. GOItIN Conj-rielit, 1W0, by Jerome I'. (lorln IN the year ISO tliero were two bnuka la B-vlllo, n thriving little city Bltilated within i.'00 miles of New York; onu a Inther InslKtilll cant nllulr; the other, Jletlmny l-iroa., a remarkably wealthy and prosperous concern for so Hinull u place. Friday naurulng, Oct. G, when Mr. Charles, tlio old cashier for Ilothitny Bros., endeavored to opeu the Ulj; safe the lock would not respond to his manipulations, uud the hour for com tueucing biiBluess found Bethany Hrcw. lu the embarrassing iiredlcuuient of having uo money wltli which to pay checks. Early in the morning a stranger call cd, wanting change fur a hundred dol lar bill. lie utood around quite awhile listening to the bankers' excuses to customers and others. "The lock won't work. We can't opeu the sat'6," repeated James Betha ny for the llft...

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. — 6 December 1906

fl 3 "wyM.)' -" ' -S Fj-iiDfw v --Jt, aaafflggBSSa. nwnwiminii UJU.UH m 111 ijii tmimmmHmffL u'i Batting Fowler , Absolutely Pate DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OP TARTAR, BAKING POWDER "sn" I Royal does not contain an atom of phosphatic acid (which is the! product of bones digested in sul-. phuric acid) or of alum (which is one-third sulphuric acid) suostan-a irtnntr1 for other bakine now- ' riders because of thcir cheapness, a, .,. -aa &C NkiSSZIWYAL BAKIHQ fOWOCH CO., HEW YOMC." ' ftg? f LOCAL IIS. A handsomw box nf candies in not u moan present for u gentleman in iiia ypnug lady friend. Get them at Prones. Mr. Clara Bradley, Helen Krnn lan and several other Lancaster people were in Logan, Satnrdny of laBt week, to see "Bi Bi." Don't worry about coal call up the Logan Pottery Co. Citizen Phone, 185. Mr. Ralph Walburn, of T ronton, spent Thanksgiving with his grand-father, Mr. Thomas Shot-well. Fine Holiday Noeliwenr (always an acceptable present. Beautiful patterns in 4-in-hnnds, Puff...

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. — 13 December 1906

a T EUUrSMajPaT.CI?' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. THE HOCKING SfiNTlNF-'l. 66th, Year, Number 28. 35th. Year, Number 50. yoinoo.sopfvos fi' JZtZ. ,'kiit.. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper In the County i CIAL RETU 2 B-H w ii (tv rntm. $LJl ML M. kJJtsJL m N p N Q A Q I W ft Glean, Bright; Sparkling Comedy An, . All Star Cast. 1 I ''" I I Remei The Clever Musical Farce 66 y PRICES: Boxes - 75c Reserved Seats - - 50c Balcony 35c Stranger With the Unique FRAN o wn A ISH IN THE TITLE ROLE. -A-'JL' ' L' Jri-fcU i i it S E We d y Q Clever Funny linteilaining Advance Sale at illison & Cc Opera House Drug Store- Sale Now Open . . . . Secure Your Seats Early. ber This is u eturn ment ecu red eque 0 smmaxmsmKXHmxrr't wjsasss7mm BWffllllMMgBBmiaiOTXS LOCAL IIS. Borts for Holiday Goods. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Kessler a daughter, Wednesday morning December 12. Spaulding athlotlio goods at Gabriels. Mr. Will Bo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 December 1906

iHStf &) illliDHIIili'SHJIHiJVIJiBt-gBTf"1"!'111 WWIW W V fi Prophet Dowie Insane and Helpless. John Alexander Powlo In raving mud. The founder of .Inn City line forgotten lil own Identity, know nothing of nlie ohmvh ho estalilMiMl, niul hnllovos himself to be the I'otiiiniiiHlor of n certain tliviskiu (if u mythical nrmy. The only nnniij ho know for himself Is "Jerry." His follbwoiK. lirepeotlvo of flex, have booonii' to him "gentle men of the nrmy" nnd ho seea wur ships of the foreign powers nn ehorcd in tho hike to pity honor to hts dond chief. Defeated In tho courts by Volivu, spurned by his son and wife, and bi'iiton nt tho polls in tho oleetion in which ho tried to again secure n grasp on tho affairs of tho city ho built, tho old man has become a meutal as well as a physical wreck, and his stanchest supporters say that it will not bo long before the "first apostle" will be stricken by the Hcytho of time. Ho is utterly unable to nasiHt. himself, and has to remain In whateve...

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. — 13 December 1906

iiiVliWiiiilim . ly ,.. i mini "y" """ '- ffiWWiatWMi'iinillliPMiwl.)lwwl)Uull.wtiaiJWttilfullJiJIJIIUWHWWBBWIWWiWW rir nun i mi i imrjirj ; ' 1".' J''"',"M"'Vy'!m?'aK'm,'M'yi-i-iiMihiitmMinitiXi) Z5Ji - WWWHWMWWW WWWJWPM IM WttWn WWWIW IW, fWMW WWM1W WJWMMWMW (MHaiHBPHWa mmfa f a MiTliuUa L9Ui 5aMfimw;RWt2U5ffn 11 ' '" Mi '1 1 i ' " ii ' ' . . ... i i i .i.W J rv tfl The Place You Want to See IG HOLIDAY -$&- Bigger Stock, Better Display, Bigger Variety and Lower Prices than ever before:- 1 Tho most attractive lino of PURIS CANDY M WE WANT YOU TO iy See This Immense Stock of Goods Especial for Holiday Season The Pictures are fine. The Books better than ever. The Toilet Sets are better and lower prices. The greatest variety of Novelties we ever have shown. The Dolls are pretty and prices right. The Children's Games and Blocks are uptodate. We have anything you want and are pleased to show you. An hour spent in our store will show you wonders in every line. Don't delay but come ri...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 December 1906

i T H nH 'I 1 ,v s "Q A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUtlMHHKn KVBIIY TIlIJllHDAT MnHMlKHi Ihc Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INOtifefrtliArMD l'VW!!lHltR MtrttM'. Ln il r, It.U 1I01H. J II. DoLMSIIN. IMtPHIlirNT tUCK riiT r.DITOH OFI'ti Hi-Ili t)oltliin fllftck, South Door KntortMlnt tlio I'timtiltLuithi t.oRnn,Olilo, n HocnuilCtttviSlftll iiittcr. Thursday, fiec. 13, 1906 .... . Miss Lillian' Jamos, Dead. DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL 'with grief. She soon took to hor bed, and all lnoutcai uiu couiu not rcRtoro lior, for they cuniut lioul tlio wounds to the heart. In ono shot t week from tlto tlmo bIio Btood, crushed In spirit, nt tins grave of lior inotlior slit was lnid to rest by hot" side ; died of a broken heart. Tlio twenty yeurs of this sweet life transcended in mys of light mid hope to lior family and friends. Tlio deep sympathy extended to Mr. Jatnos and his daughter Mis. Rhoii Grovo in their walking in theso dark bIhuIowh, is mado bright in the lives of those for whom they mourn. Mrs. Jame...

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. — 13 December 1906

mspSkV M . M.UffiLWM lll'O fcWj'W .nipyw., ,- jjialWiBuiiiiw7ir7i'iif ' 1.1 "i'ntirnn J5utflwmiwiBtflWMi COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. r; e. & R Ul At the nouiioil niroliiij: Tuesday evening all counclIiiH'ii woio present. Tho oMccrfl roports showed $15.00 fines collected in November by the inuyoi. TicitBiir or rnportotl a total of S00i!0.2t) in tho tionsury. Waterworks rrus tooB Hubjuittocl roport of their iif fairs which report as umial watt referred back to them for mote thoro roport. Lottor fiom Btuto lioaltli ofllcorDr. Trobst wiih rend by tho clork which stated thnl tho Health Ollloor for Lugim cliotild bo uppointod for n term from Jan. 2, 1D07, to Jan. 2, 11)08, there up on tho council caucused and re ported thoir choice to bo Dr. Chorrington; ho was manimoiiRly oleted on motion of Mr. Lnnning, at a salary of $200.00 per year. Many bills woro reported favorably upon, and passed, Under com mittee reports tho matter of re pair of glitter on north spilng Btroot was authorized; tho Wo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 December 1906

KSgiPBppf.'1 PjgjPpHyw.iaitf:JiUrto,- BwifrjiUfjftffppimfppmii, m,!7!!wSSS7!!!iSSS!SBISIfJ iummmwmf9ismmmmamfmm'"mmmmfm HWll)ii y j5!l5i5l?5SpSffKiHB FdPttiH DUNN, TAFT & CO, 84-88 N. HIQH ST., COLUMBUS, O. Only A Few More Shopping Days But they can be made easy by Shopping with us. The as sortment of Staple and Christmas Novelties is the best ever shown. The slocks are new and fresh and the puiGes the very lowest considering quality. OUR RUG, DRAPERY AND INTERIOR DECORATIVE DEPARTMENT Is the tlnest of the kind between New York a nil Chicago. The line of Erlc-a-Brac shown In tills de partment is modti attractive and includes CHOICE POTTERIES, BRASSWARK, TEAKWOOD, LEATHER PILLOWS, ELECTROLIERS, ETC. Space forbids talking about all t lie desirable Christinas articles, but we only mention a fow that may heipjou fhr-icfmiic Qnnrrpcfiftnc REAI TtlBM IT MAY CALL T0 to decide WlIrI&LIlld.S UJCSLIUllis YOUR MIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT. FROM THE JEWELRY AND BRIC-A-BRAC DEPARTMENT Kracele...

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. — 13 December 1906

ttfW mmtmtKuamifSMimUtmiiintiut hi www worn ma imrf&f!Mm'fc MWmtNWfWW "'Steward. Carpenter, . i - -v , 4 "r -', rfW ' rmr (t"6rnetoy TSemocrat) Btewnrd J, L. Carpenter litis boon roHovcil ofliln duties nt tlio Athena Hospital for tlio Insane and tljo appointees Under tlio now organization have assumed control It is only . fair to Ray that this oh an go has boon brought about, as tlio roport of tlio Investigating committee appointed by Governor Harris shows, not beoauso of tmy dereliction of duty or incompetency of tlio outgoingBtoward, but boU ly becauso ho bought the supplies for tlio Institution from tlio whole sale houso of Stondinnn lit AthonR, instond'of frfim tlio wholesale houso of Tlio Eldridgo Higgiuo Company of thoflailiepluuo. Chnrlas 0.- HiggiiR of tlio Arm of Tlio Elridgc JUggins Company illod tho ehurges ugainsfc Steward Carpenter "because tho luttur bought from Stcadman iustoud of from tho Eldridgo Biggins Cotn puny. TIiub tho investigation was tlio result of n se...

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. — 13 December 1906

' MWWBTJP,1 '' '"'""mmiw - i'Wi-iSfwv twdMlf y&Wvyfofri r '! " i ii ' - t f ' '" ' , ...... p .--------. ...... n inn i i y n 1 1 1 -ir i t i ii i Tii ijran ii' "i in tii i fl il ii nwr nliH i mii turn nnuMmMaMM mm maiMiii Mjgir"" . vl V r fi " ONLY NINE MORE SHOPPING DAYS lasius & MUaLtlaO IPIII1W I !! IIMIWH WE DELIVER ALL PACKAGES Som Men Practica and. 1 Suggestions for oys' Holiday Qifs If you wish to please a man get them something that com: bines usefulness and beauty, something that they can wear. We give special attention to men and boys' toggery for the hol idays, and can show you the largest and most complete line of GIFT THINGS ever before shown, even by us. HOLIDAY NECKWEAR, in the newest design, light and dark color, four-in-linnd, teck, bows and strings. Prices from 25c to 75c MEN'S REEFER MUFFLERS, plain and fancy silk in white, black and pearl. Also plaids and chocks, priced from, .. 50c to $2-00 PADDED MUFFLERS, of all kinds in all the newest shades and patt...

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. — 20 December 1906

'"-.. 9TW ?, DEMOeRA T THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 23th. Year, Number 51. THE HOCKING SIHNTINBL.' 66th. Year, Number jjo. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20, K006. The Only Democratic Paper In the County Christmas Greetings TO OUR J J Democrat-Sentinel Readers' J J FROM LOGAN'S J J Business and Professional Men. J "A Merry Christmas to nil." Dr. C. 0. Alien. Greotinga. Mr. Chna, Roho unci his Clerks wish to extend to all tlioir friends and patrons u Morry Christmas and a happy and pros porous New Year. May our rela tions be as cordial as over. Our wishes for 1907 is to servo you bettor than ever before. Moat Respy. Chap. Rose, Cliua. Lappen, Frank Judy, Harry E. Rose, i, "For the myriad courtesies and expressions of kindness from old and young, I send this echo throughout the county." T. B. White, Pastor M. E. Church. "Another year of progress and prosperity is about to close. To one and all a Merry Christmas." Comly is Son. We wish our ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 20 December 1906

fFt-'Tttfl.;) "Tpfinrfyr, '"l5,5?jp,SHi,s '"WJfHV1" r, f-- J m U HI jPWHWBW imWH',WWl H !"'. -Wl1"!'''''!!"1" DRAINAGE OF 110 ADS MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN CON STRUCTING COOD HIGHWAYS. IJoyt to tfnilrrilinln (lip llnmlTr. Ulipumil of SHirin Water Ciutle Imptorlunt n l.iX'iillon unit tirade. Vlu of Witter llrcukt. Drnlnnst' la tlio essential fnotnr nnil sseiico of till gooil road uullilluif, .says V. II. Uolt lu it paper read before the racent Missouri good roonils convett tloii. KxerclsliiR Its proppr functions, all rumU are kooiI i-o:uls. metaling of the surface belntf simply u question of how liiucti it oiiiiiuuiulty ?nn stuiiil a ml without driiliinifu would he Ineffectual nud worthless. A. study of the topogra phy of the tpkIoii tlmnish which the road Is to (mas, the iiuitutlly of tralllc to he served, tho comfort nud con tenlcwe of those who use It, should determine the best, location for a road, und these require the study of one quallilcd and odiiciited for the work. A level 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. — 20 December 1906

r, -.fr fS:taw2wuw3ir jS3! Tfiryfi ,-v LOCAL HS. Norte for Holiday Goods. Pop Corn at S. 0. Hudson's, that will pop. Mr, Hurry Silas llrcon Bpont Sunday in Columbus. - - - - - j - -- Tlio best of everything in Mm grocery lino nt Dollison 5ron, Mr. Ed Pricb was in Columbusi Friday, on business. Spnulding nthlotllft goods ut Gabriels. Mr. Frank Kberst day ut Columbus. spout Sun- Best PerfumcH Holiday Store. nt Boils Big Mra. William Martin has boon ill forsevoral days. Holiday presonts the men at Gabriels. that please Walter BlosBor spent Sunday in GallipoliB. For th nicest box cundies ever Bold in Logan go to J. W. Gabriel. Mr. Wesley Price of Lancaster, spent Sunday with relatives in Logan. Candies, fruits and nuts for the Christmns tablo at Dollison Bros' grocery. Mrs. Fad Collins and two daughters, of Union Furnace, were in Logan, Friday shopping. Misses May and Doris Woods, of this city, spent Sunday in NoUonvill as the guests of frionds. Mr. Meril McLaughlin, of Co lumbus, spent...

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. — 20 December 1906

m&rY Tyi'iH.v I ISr r ifcfliwIftlWilM iHI-h WwtlfcHii'Wi'lll'iiliii ilil If HiHilMaH IHdAM n MfffflgMrttWHff""l1.y1 W D E MOCRAT-SteNTINBL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. riint.HitBn kvkiit rihTimiiAT .mouninii. from 'entering into business wittilii tho limit of tholr jurisdiction Ihey tmvo the right lo tccoivo aud trantmlt complaints tnntlo tt rhcm by buaraon, passengers or mernhniiis, wno are oUir.eun ot tlio United Htntefl, niitl IllC Logan IVilliillg and Publishing 0). they aro required to keen ft detailed (INI-'iltlflllATMhl I'triH.IHIIHUH vitmlr. ('. !. iiv. 11.11. It VNMI I, .1, II, I).I.IHII, ' --!,$ I'ttKMlllKNT MHCIll-TUlY t: lit roll OKKK 111 In iMIIIimndtficI- Hotlth Door Ihitoruil nt tin) ritttlitffiflnVf0i(mi.Olil(i,ii MncOIWIOIuiu -Mill I Mnt tor. Thursday, Dec. 20, 1906 U. S. GONSUL A Kesume ol the Duties ol Hon. I". I. Bright ot this City, as Consul tolludderslicltl, Cnnliind, Sinco our towiiBimin, Hon. Fred I. Brmlit has been nppoiutcd consul at tlio city ol Hudilerslleld, ...

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. — 20 December 1906

,'smmF W" mW w.i PfttisfymiMmtmmtMmmgiu JM&ilwt$ri''jiyjwj'L'5uamgjiaijijnar'ffrfy ! Kwigft f . if-itjiiBW"i.ma Novice Dress Goods. 11 the Newest Marvels for winter wear. Pretty patterns. A sorvicable Christmas gift. . . .25a to $2 per yard Ladies' Hosiery. Silk, Hale, luce, nil colors, nil kinds. Priced lOtlo $1. 00 per pair. Ladies' Kid Gloves. Newest shades, best niakc9, always an acceptable gift. . OO nnd. 50 per pair. Ladies' and Misses Bells. Leather, black, silver, all kinda. 25a to $1'50 Handkerchiefs. A perfect sea of fluttering white, a multitude nf pretty satteen from a to $1.50 Mufflers. Many very pretty patterns, n practical holiday gift ' 50, 75, l.OO, 1.50 nnd $1.75 Ladies' Shawls. Plain, fawcy, opera shawls. A gift that will be appreciated 25c to $3. SO -Side and Back Combs. Pretty now designs, a great variety to choose from 10a to $1.50 Center Pieces And in drawn work. Embroidered designs. Very pretty. 20ato$3.75 Dresser Scarfs Plain linen or drawn work. 45a to ...

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. — 20 December 1906

,! I Hlil,' j. bCW t.i53rett3TTviivavsiuTfy'Tvx3-xurTOiyw- Mm wwwtirtMn. anjsrtr.i-ftWl.'fMWi,euMmii' wwwww Women WfrbDo Women Who 1 lave Won For Themselves a PUcc In Ntfwr York Journulrm Tlit'ir Special Fields of Work :: a :: ' : :: New Yoib. Is il." "wit illtllcult city In lulu foituli.v i wlili'lifor u wntmi'.i to smew-ed In . w i.0r wnru. Knv hit; Kti vast a fop"Uii jWjiultitliMi, tin" lite 'Hy by ""' ""' Ul,s '" "" "f1"0"'' plii'pc lVH "t l'"' "Jtl,f Aiuw-Ji-uu inns-i-iillm 1il.ihj townrcl xvomnn Mean liny other city. Women 'In JourunlWm ortit'clnll.v tin not ft n fair i'Iiujut. Xuvprltit'li'ss It'w vi omen by IlirlP brllllunt work Jiure forced recognition lionornr mcjguiimox. from New York p'JItor. One of thefts Is M.N Dorothy WeJnm'Uon of tin; Hur alri. She wus born In "w'onitrn I'eijn ylvanla anil Imait to earn her awn living when he was lxten. KIini ahti was a sitnocra)hei. Tlmu Cfilue the desire anil determination to become a nwpper writer. She hru warm, upilck nyuipathies...

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. — 20 December 1906

imtmnamiMummA THE SONG OF THE FROST KING. nr V. TYLKK OLCOTT. I'm king or the Alpine heights; I'm lord of the snow-capped peak3; For me the avalanches i our, And thu "cold-wioiiKht silence" KPcaks. I dwell In a palace of gleaming1 snow, Whore the cloud-mists dream of the sunset clow. At my hoels the wind-dogs crlng-p; At my word they swiftly dash In mad career, over all the world, Kor they fear my stinging lush; And the dawn-pink lingers atone for me In the glorious light of the golden sea, I'm king of the rock-bound civets; I'm lord of the rugged steeps; For me the frost-sirlte weaves a veil, And the sluggish glacier creeps. I'm monarch of Earth's vast Solitude, "Where the frost and the cold f mover brood. ACHBISTMAS WOOING BY E. B. BAUTEN. There hi8 been many a memorable Christmas in my life, scared and scarred as It Is by Time's rebuffs, hut none Is so fixed in my mind as that of 18, none that comes back to mi: with so stirring, so boldly-outllued. bo sweet a memory. Perhaps it i...

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. — 20 December 1906

Wmgrn' vmca ,t' -- -r ftiW,. -- "IT Avoid alum and alum phos phate baking powders. The label law requires that all the ingredients be named on the labels. Look out for the alum compounds. NOTE. Safety lies in buying only Royal Baking Powder, which is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and the best that can be made. IBS' INSTITUTE Tillers of the Soil of Cent ral Hocking Meet. On Monday the Farmer's Insti tute opened tit the Opera Houne in Logan. Tlie Fixed program Was ns follows : Monday, December 17. Morning Session 9:38 I monition T. 1'.. While .Music The Ocili.ni l.idlos Quaitette Opening Addles.-. T. .1. liiown Alfalfa In Ohio. How. "Wheie and Why to jriow it... . Vllen O. Miei.s Violin Solo . ...I' I'.. Ve:iei Discussion Opened by lloniei Stieis .Music. The (Vcilian I-.idies Quaitette The Problem of Soil 1-Vrtilit . M. O. Thomas Open lor discussion .Music The (Vcilian Ladle. Quaitette Afternoon Session 12:30 Music The Oecilian Ladies Quaitette Swine Vote-, ....L C. Thomas Vi...

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