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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 January 1907

9jt ( ciy 'T" t ? (J-'"' HmrnmniKM WWWWWgHW MBS 95S3E iPw UJ1HUM iU!l'J'!l "M"Pllf MHipW 3 V. i-itfi LOGAN SOCIETY. Domostio. Tho Domostio Club enjoyed thoir "grab bag" last Thursday mooting with Mrs. Stallsuiitb. Twlco Flvo. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. MoKay at thoir ohurtning homo nn Walnut strcot, oiitortninod this innst popu lar club Monday night, Subject under discission ''Munioipal Ownership", disousscd by Dr. Knnuols and II. II, Harrington. Tho following guests woro prosont; Mrp. Harrington of Columbus, Mosflamos Eiselo, Gladman, Cubo, It. D. MoMnnigal, Miss Ella BoehoHtor and Mr. Tins. Bichestor. Tho Eutorpoans Tho rooital and eoncort given by tho Eutorpoans of this city will bo at tho Opora IIouso Friday Janu'ary 25, for tho benefit of the publio library. In view of tho light sale of season tickets, there will bo plenty of seats to bo placed on sale. Tho personnel of this organization comprises talent such ns.few recital companies of loftier protontions possess and tho pro gram to b...

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. — 10 January 1907

tr irriir'iTftif ffl'nrTltTtllpiiinMiitf .1 1 TifiWMwilwull jpBMWBBI ' .-. 1 I f f "v. JM 'IWl""lMffME' , ljjHW wswW ' iw I Sankey's Double Header. 'Js Hy FRANK II. SPEARMAN. Copyright, 1900, by Frank H. Spearman g. HH oldr-at man In the train service didn't ptctcud to say how long San kpy liud Work ed for the colu mn 1 v. " WMaoB l'at Francis was a very old conductor, but old man Sankey was a vctcniu when l'at Fran cis begun braking. Sankey ran 11 pas senger train when .llmnile Hraily was running, and .llniinle afterward enlist ed and was killed In the. Custer light. There was an odd tradition about Sankey's name. lie was a tall, swarthy fellow and carried the blood of a Sioux chief In his veins, it was In the time of the ISIiiok Hills excite ment, when railroad men, struck by the (told fever, were abandoning their trains, even at way stations, mid strik ing across the divide for Clark's Cross In,'. Men to run the trains were hard to set, and Tom Porter, trainmaster, was putting In...

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. — 10 January 1907

tij y fwww yMH"-yy " -w " 1!"FW - wa!jBajij.ijiiiijujjWujltjWj1JulljUjl,1,im,jll,Juaw,Wjj r ModemWomao What Shall fie Done With Old Women ? a Serious Question, the Consideration of Which Is Com mended to Feminine Clubs !i :: V I One of thu tm't over many live wo men's organizations Is especially con corned civlth fluillnt: employment for "out of works" of Jt3 own sex. Ita hcrdest task, milte lnimstlhlo often times, In to trot anybody to hire n wo man pnit forly-flvo yenrt old to do anythlntf. All want yoiini? women, at least women who Imvo rotalnoil ttiu capabilities .of yotlth and have added others from orrperleiieo, which all wo men will do when, ut length they learn how. As n remedy for the evil tho organization Is iiKltntliiR tho. subject oc oiu aj?e pensions. I have always had my doubts about those did iirc pensions, except In rases of entire physical disability or Ri-eat nge, say eighty to a hundred. It looks to me Uko putting n premium on Incompe tency and slumping. The elder...

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. — 10 January 1907

r -Hi xa. . M'ijMiwittVd. imii.Mm:w&!mms &'4py&y'l6&iisi J .V J s f ve "I 'I rx. f. :,c 1C JfflKf Other Towgt ill fiPP ' Carbonhill 1 see according to the papers thut John Alexander Dowie is in sane. It tins nlwnj's been a ques tion in my mind us to whether lie ever was sane, for any man that has been advocating such doctrine as lie has must be lacking a few shingles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, of this place, were called to Nelson ville last Friday to see Mr. Webb's brother, wiio got seriously hurt while alighting from a moving train. Mr. John Dunkle, from Sand Run, was seen hero Inst Saturday morning. Miss Inez Fluhart, from Pleas ant City, Guernesy county, and Miss Eula Spooner, from Murray City, in company with Miss Vera Matheny, of this place, were the guests of Mrs. Morgan Bailey last Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Evans, of Murray City, viBited his brother, Frank, of this place, last Thursday. Mrs. Thomas McAllister was called to Nolsonville lust Saturday by the illness of her...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

ym-wtt qpnnyg- " ' h1 , r It TM&DEMOeRA T-SENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th tear Nd 3 THE HOOKIKQ BENTINEL 00th Year No 31 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, 1907. Th Only Democmtlo Paper In the Oonnty Olronlailon 3000 One Dollar Per Toat tS ru Twwy' ( Rs.. fir tern w ,'h Rail The proposition made by ground, if they locate their car shops here has been accepted by the company. The following is the telegram to C. W. Schwcnkc to that effect: To Mr. C. W. Schwcnkc, Agent, Logan, Ohio. ' Proposition from the citizens and business men of Logan dated January 11th, 1907, to the Mocking Valley Railway Company, offering to purchase and donate certain acreage as set forth therein, has been accepted by the Executive Officers at a meeting held in New York this date and I am authorized to so communicate with committee representing citizens and business men of Logan. We now stand ready upon receipt of deed for property referred to, to begin grading for tracks forthwith. To sav...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

if- MfrflM wi4ig -$- ffiMrpPl i-fi j- lHHBlllUBUttUiail iiiiOTfiiiliti'iirrt'j3iif.iliiiiii jlty. -,,- If V X- Commentaries. The Railroad Shops. Mutters tiro more unci moro taking tangible form in tlio scouring to Logan of tlio Hooking Vulloy Rail road shops. A rousing mooting of the citizens and business men of our town was hold lust Friday night nt the Commercial club rooms- Mayor Dolllson pro sided, and rccoived n. roport from tlio committee on securing a stiltablo sight for tho shops. Mr. John F. White presented the report and said thut the com mittee hud consulted with Superintendent Connors, and learned from him that the tract known as tho Gallagher land containing about 30 acres, is what is wanted by tho railroad company for tho location of the shops. A strip 200 Teet wide and 1000 feot long oast of their present yards, for receiving yard9, is also required, making aproximatcly 50 acres of land. The committee investigated the prices of the land, and recommend that the citizen...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

i i IfiSEKEK '(. HooKikG ValleY excursions Hockinjr Valley R.V. one way secontl class Colonists tickets and Home-seekers round trip tickets will be i sold on tne 1st and 3d Tuesday of each month at low rates, for points sold consoult C. W, Schwenke, Agent. sold consoult C. W,' o ocnwenKe, agent. ., . . , J "Sunday rates to Co- lumbus $1.25 each i Sunday 7 o'clock train ..'' Being Surrounbed With Damaging Testimony. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. Judge Jtuives Harris and his supporters vero stupijiod today as the re sult !rjf John .Smith's confession that he helped, assassinate Dr. Cox at the" order of Judge Ilargis und Sheriff Ed. Callahan. Smith's confession bears out In eyory detail the?story told by As bury Spencer, who also swore lie was, employed to kill Cox by Ilar gis aridlC'allahan, His confession was made last June. Hargis swears that Smith is lying. Some off Harris' staunch sup porters ure turning' on him since the Smith confession. Smith fears for hj.s life, ,and is begging for...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

&! 3" 21. AS AD. I ' . ,, gsBii5agaa8Bpi4toiJiMttMwiiw'Mi i.ji..n.ii i in "' ' f xvt"?' i a SjfSjfe fip ,-, ,. t,n, ;jgagt(riiiuigtiMiiwnn'WtriWgaan " iiihihwiiim illitU II 1 1 inn ii.in w!nMP!wwiiwiliitriwiBMr.irnroowiii mi i oii. wiMn .tuj.imii.u.ijuii. n.m, i,iiih.i.IjWm.u,i..ii,.,V umii jijui ni'lOMW VlSSt 111 i DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rOBLtSItHI) RVRItr TIIOKBDAT MORtttNOi The Logan Printing mid Publishing Co. IINt'lllll'iiHATfH) 1'tMll.lHilKtt.S VlIUHt. 0. I-OWRV, It. 0, IlANMHl, Ji II. DoLt.lMMS, I'ltKHtDKHT SKOIirTAUT KntTOH OKKIOEl In Dolllson Hlook, South Door Uutereit nt tho I'litlnilluc Hi tti?nii.Olilo, ns Ht'ContlOliist Mnll Mutter. Thursday, Jan. 17, 1907 Democracy Pure and Sim ple Tho initiative and referendum nro growing in popularity. In the languago of tho Democratic nntional platform, "Absolute ac quiescence in tho will of the ma jority, tho vital principal of re publics (this and other fundamen tal principals) are doctrines which Democracy has ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

ejlfm3&WtmR!M 0 . 1 ; i f v M FOR SALE. Hero is an opportunity for an invostmont that Will bring from eight to ten per cent on your mon ey. We have for sale 3 cottage houses and 4 ten room double houses, loca ted in the best part of town, all rented and bring ing good returns, call and investigate . F. A. KOPPE, Real Estate Agent. Onice on Spring Street, Rear of Opera House Block. Miss Nell Wright, o"f Lancaster, flpont Sunday In Logan. Attorney Tom Dolson, of Lan- caster, was attending court here Tuesday. Mrs. Will Shaw and son, Earl, are visiting at Athens this week the guest of friends. Gans-Nelson prize light pictures at the Opera House Monday evening Jan. 21st. ) Miss Folsom Shaw and Hugo, were visiting at Rockbridge luBt wtiek the guest of friends. Mr. J. W. Williams, of R. F. D. No. 4, was a welcome visitor to our oillco on Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Amos' Dickons and daughter left Sunday for an extended visit in Marion. On January 23, 1907, the Ladies Auxiliary will give a ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

-"flhiLL' ir- 4tts! iliMlfJIIu tniiniiiiwiiiitiiinrwiiiHBiae Mm ' J ' '"'JUii.Hi M i ,,. ..i.Mi.illiliiii..Jifj,i,.lMMUi1l ilWWfrP IT itfirtKMiJ)llrtlW at 3 13 - By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. us v (0(f!WflMMMMMMWMW ltKUHgoesufoJ. low thut walks llku Siclone Clark," cx claimed Duels M Iddleton. Duck was sit tlnglntho Ujir'11 mnstcr's olllco with n group of engineers. Ho was one of the black listed strikers mid runs an engine now down on the Santa Fo. But nt long Intervals Duck gets hack to revisit tlio scenes of Ills early triumphs! The men who surrounded liltn were once at deadly odds with Duck and his chums, though now the ancient enmities seem forgotten, and Duck, the once ferocious Duck, sits occasionally among the now men and gossips about early days on the West End. "Do you remember Siclone, Jteed?" asked Duck, calling to nie In the pri vate olllce. "Itcmcmber hliul" I echoed. "Did anybody -nho over knew Siclone forget him?" "I fired passenger for Siclone twen ty years ago," resuned D...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

I bi v I .WH 9V I Ml' I W WWIM'I WWtWWH tit' V WSIWmOAeHWgyMlrt Womaifs World Women Who Indulge In the Blues Tlio Blessedness of Silence. The GcnUs Spinster Not Limited to the Female Sex :: :: :: " "No woman lmn nny business to Imro ttio 1)11108," remarked tlio decided wo man. ' "Oil, I suppose men tins tlio only ones who have the rlRlit to lmvo troubles!" observed tlio sad facet! liidy. "Not dt All, not at nil!" answered the first speaker. "Women hnve men Bklnned to dentil when It coiiiou to tlio trouble question, but tlio point Is thnt the ludy with tlio blues seldom litis any " rail troubles. "Show mu ii woinnu with a minuy disposition, unit 1 will be willing to bet you money she linn more Hum one heavy cross which she lin: learned the secret t iiiiHIiik behind her. But the woman who Buffers from the blues -baht Sho bus Indigestion or too easy a life. "I know n woninn who can't hour to bo alone ou rainy days. She llatteus her nose against tlio damp pane and weeps, "Other women go...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 17 January 1907

.ii 8 I ' W MJIUI.I. II.. WWWI ! II II U MMMW .. HH.I.IfOrilirB .111.1.1 IJII Calico Ridge Mud! Mud! Mud! everywhere on the Pike, on the hills on the bottoms and yourself If you Imp pen to stop out of doors. Well it is one of the tilings we must en dure for a season as we have not the molting of the weather nnd if we had wo would not have it any better. The rainy weather has washed about all the news oil' the ridge but we have caught a few items ns they were swiming by. Donald Sliultz has moved his family on the ridge from Harpers Run where ho formerly lived. George McLain, of Logan, was a visitor on the ridge Sunday. George Wyskiver, of Honey Fork, visited at Mrs. Jane Snidcr's one day last week. James Pleukharp was a business visitor in Logan, Saturday. Henry Clark was mixing mud between his home and Logan, Sat urday. George Marks made a business trip to Logan, Saturday. Albert Harsh was seen going in the direction of Logan, Sunday afternoon. Will Funk says that the pikes are just...

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. — 24 January 1907

at ft JF JTrnJCr AJAlrAMAM A vJC&AM. A AAwJCtArm THE OniO DEMOCRAT. 2flth Teat H 4 THE HOOKING BBHTIHBL 00th Tear Ho 32 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, 1907. lb 1 Onl Democratic Paper In the Oountj Gltoslailon 3000 One DolUnPer Teat 'JW f 1 f LOCI IIS. Puro Buckwheat. COMLY'S. WodnoBdny evening Kenvood Martin, Thonins RosBmnn, Orloy Wright gave a skating pirty at tho rink. About -10 wore picsent. Miss. Evelyn Sandcrflon ib visit- htg friends in linncnster. J! . Mr!" "Will McDonald visited in New Struitsville,, Wcdnosdny. Miss Flossie Newman and Miss Sohwonko visited 111 Columbus, Friday. .Mr. Carl James is making extended visit in Logan. Tl 1 - - Fancy Celery. COMLY'S. Mrs. Frank Gullnghor and daughter, Ruth, have just ro tui'iied from a very p'ousant visit with her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Sanderson, of Pittsburg, Pu. Judge 6. W.ffH. Wright is u business visitor at Atiiens. Mrs. W. B. Golden, of Athens, is the house guest of Mrs. A. L. Hyson. J Mr. Francis Unge...

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. — 24 January 1907

"r ' jywt ,r- w " " 'ijfefoifaiMiwiii .' v:jf L " -. '- ' w me-. k t ffif tofflracniaries. ' . Logan Responsive. That Logan take right hold of n proposition when bIio sees it, is not now denhd. Jn ten days wo as a vitiligo htiVG grasped a situation that will mnko ub a city of commanding intlucnco in this valley. Fortun ately the town is full of men whom arc not pessimists, but optimists. Men whom do not lay down and say, "We can not do it." Men, whom when the situa tion presented itself took hold with all the power they possessed and pushed to completion our end of a proposition that means so much to us. The way the several committees did dig in, to raine the money to purchase the land upon which to build the rail road fhops was joy to the progressive citizen. There has not been quite enough money raised yet, but major portion of it is already subscribed, and still the committees toil on. It seeni3 a shame that some business men of Logan not only refuse to give any time to the cause...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 January 1907

PfupKmiwwfjff'Jip tt T e ,-j. jj i-v - t9 V CARMACK'S 1 ELOQUENT SPEECH. Scathing Arraignment of Foraker-Sharp Twists at the President, Washington, D. C, January 10. Tho oiTaccmonb o Thoodoro Roosovolt as tho most powerful individual factor in tho Repub lican party and its' capture and control by tho trusts tind financial intorests of the country wa8 pre dicted thin afternoon by Senator Garmaok, of Tennessee, during a speech on tho Brownvlllo affair. Solely becauso tho peoplo were standing by him tho President thus far had succeeded in putting tho Republican loadors to rout Senator Carinack said, bub ho was bound to bo overwhelmed eventually by the combined influences of cor porate wealth, whose representa tives in the Senate hnd seized up on the dismissal of a negro bat talion as a means of brenking down his power. "It is not tho most honorable uct of his Adminis tration that the President has aroused so deudly an antagonism in his own party," said tho Senator. "He might have conti...

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. — 24 January 1907

y&IT -"""'" ' 'r" ' '"wpfff""'"" "';""" ' mi - - flf' -.".- uiirt&imiutn' ' IV m m f 1 ?v 'i i ' DEA10CRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PtflllilfMIHIt HVKIU TUrUMI VY WIHViNtl. The Logan Prinlias nnJ I'dKlsJiSng Co. livrintiiiUArrii I'l'liM1 II5UH molt, C. I iwn. JI.M. IIWRttl.. ,1, II. tlOl.l.lSUN, IMimtnriir HWI1IFT Vltl llliirolt OKKIlKi In DollHnn lllook, Houtli Door Kiiti-ri'il nl tlm I'omntlicr In T,(giiii,Olitn, nl Ml'l'llllll i;il!SS Mflll AIIIIUT. Thursday, Jan. 24, 1907 Report of Condition Our Bastiles. of To tho Honorable l L Martin, Judge oC the Probate Court in and for the County of Hocking and State of Ohio: We tho committee as a Hoard of County Visitors made our annual visit to the various penal and benovolcnt infititutioa of Hocking county on Wednesday, November 2 1st, 1900, und beg leave fo sub mit for your consideration the foi ling report : We first visited the County Jail here in Logan, and must s.iy that wo Touiui ic in fairly good condi tion, such, that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 January 1907

i' ffl. RwlSBTfM Btaiaiai S T R enfii-, ra emn Men's Pants 25 pairs black cheviot pants well made worth $1.25, ourpri!P$1.00n9 g rt ductd for this sale to a S S 25 piiirs nil sIzpb 32 to 38 waists, neat dark patterns. TIii'b pant is wot tit $1.76. our price $1.00 re-Qj ff .-. duced for this salo to... Q C? 10 pairs extra grod value pantB .hi neat (lartt, brown and gray stripes a reen ter $2.1 0 pants the world over, our price $1.50 rcduotddjR -a .psi for this salo 1 1 li Special. 50 pairs corduroy pants all sizes, one of the best $1.75 valups, well made, very durable, priced?" jffc 5? for two weeks. ... 1 a 'U' ij3 Young Men's Pants. 15 pairs of boys' pants, regular $1 CO .. value reduct'd forrff?. a j f& this sale to i I 00 18 pairs boys' pants, extra good $1.75 value very durable, n tp& g all sizes, special .. fc) Q n JSa x& 25 pairs boys' $2 00 pants, lino wear ers and cant bo beaten for the money Boys' Knee Pants. 50 pairs boyB' regular 50o cordurov knee pants, sfzes...

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. — 24 January 1907

,31?T,""",' - - iiiiimmmiiimimiiiiiiiiiiihiwiW mini i mnririrff Hirif -ir inn ' inrinnrT '"T1 7H hiiwjmumuiimumi & n i a a a -a By FRANK !!. SPEARMAN, flMHW(TO(WIMMIM0flM0M 'IICN' the Brcat online which we culled the Skyscraper emtio out of tho Znncsvlllo shops, situ wns rebuilt from pilot to tender. Our muster mechanic, Neighbor, lind an Idea, after her tetrltic collision, Unit she could not stnnd heavy main line passenger ruus, ho ho put her on the Acton cut off. It wits what railroad men call a Jerk water lim, whatever that may be, u little jaunt of ten raljcs across the divide connecting the north ern division with tho Denver stem, It was Just about like rutining a trol ley, and the run was given to Dad Sinclair, tor nfter that lift at Oxford Ills back was never strong enough to shovel coal, and ho had to take an en gine or quit railroading. 'Xlius It happened that after many years he took the throttle once more nnd ran over, twice a duy, as he does yet. from Acton to Willow...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 January 1907

53i Cf n i 1 Hi. ti Women Who Do Mtt. Alexander, the Newly Elected Trustee of the State University of Illinois, Is a Higlily Success ful Business Woman is :: :i :: Tito (date polltlc'itl ItckulH of each pnrty In IllhioW bore Uto name of a woman ruiiitliliile. Mrs. Carrie T. Alexander, noinltiiitod for trustee of the Statu unlerslty on the liepuhllcnit ticket, won. Mm. Alexander Is u prominent nnd public spirited citizen of Uollevlllo. Sim Is u widow. Ilor husbitml, Henry A. Alexander, was iiiuniiRor of several Htrcot ear Hues und laid otlior commerc-liil Intercity. All tltcso, Incliulliif,' tlio operation of tho ntrcot car llttox, Mrs. Alexander took him. c. r. ALi:xANij:n. ou herself at his death and conducted tlicm with signal ability. A woman successful In private business enter prises can be trusted with Inrge public ones. Tel Hinomiya. Among free scholarships nt Smith college Is one allotted to girls from foreign lands. This scholarship Is now held by a charming maiden from Ja ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 24 January 1907

j W - '''"''i1 ''""v V' " "ii r5fi f i 1 V I tmwtmmmmimvBm ff (!BV k y ri iW F. 1 sit hi aWT 3 jaO x JiA xtSaH T '.$. WS BM m 8TS6T US 4ritiJTS In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited bylaw because of the in jurious effects that follow its use. The law in" the Columbia also proniDiis iuum jn food. You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum The only surs protection against Alum in your IB If if lUf W MSk IL Ml WIIER I p ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar, a pure Grape ML product. Aids digestion adds to the healthfulness of food. Wt ffrnKP Other 'Towr$ I jgP Jl y fa Hying trip to t he County ent, (I Saturday. IW Mr. Willie Mowery has gone to Cedar Grove The protracted meeting is still in progres at St. John, with good results. The schools at No. 1 and o are doing well. The former with Miss Nellie Mathiat as teacher and lat ter with Harr' Gordon as teacher. Mr,-. Mollie Oldfield and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hainter's son are on t...

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